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 ^*7i*C.    ~Ty~^.'"' i. l_ f~ ..,....'" '   j.   I,." TTT in    '. I.imi .11    . j I jmi|urjiiiiii_i_Niii������liiiiij|wwiiiiii|ipiiiiii*'ei'  4*V..*&ftV.:'_'''*U*_^ ' :>'-:'*l"-''..;  a mfT^emmtttmm"  mueAtm^mmm  SsLxJsSSm.,  mfW%I  ���������IU    klf  I   **"������  Vol. XI.  nRF-ftTOM   B. C.\ FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1919  X^ ^.���������%jMmm.f*mir   ���������*-    **������������������*���������  **-   1  ���������Bit r  w earner expert  Visits Creston  Mi-. Napier Denison, who is in charg  of the observatory and weather reporting station at Victoria, was a  Creston visitor a couple of days tbe  latter part of the week, his mission  being to get acquainted more intimately with the lay of tbis part of the  Kootenay country, as well as to learn  if the weather bureau service at present supplied is satisfactory, or could be  enlarged and improved.  Jttobt. Stark and Dr. Henderson, who  does the meteorological work iiere,  discussed matters with him. as well as  showing him over the Valley, and as. a  result of his yisit arrangements  have  1        ,.-������_.      t.rx       ,-l--v      ITT.,, I  ..        -C,,ll  uccu    iiiltiu-p-:    Lry,    uiSievc    pji'caumi      <*     _ll-i  weather recording station. This will  include the installation of a sun recording instrument, which will he  plaeed on the Mercantile store, and  ���������which E. C. Gibbs will take charge of.  a L*s -nsui-u*r*4.-**>*_its recoruS luc lii.nuirc*:*"* o_  bright sunshine on a card, which is  changed every day, and daily and  monthly reports are made. In order  to more accurately guage actual weather conditions herewith those forecasted on the daily bulletin it has been  arranged that Mr. Gibbs will each  month return the bulletins wired here  and on the back of each will state the  weather conditions that actually obtained each day.  In order that the local weather mux-  imnms and minimnms may .appeiir in  the daily press regularly it is hoped to  be able to arrange to have the figures  telephoned to Nelson each morning  and wired in direct. At present they  are wired via Calgary and much time  is lost in transmission, the information  invariably arriving too late to figure  in the daily bulletins.  At jjister a rain guage as weli-as a  standard thermometer will be installed  almost immediately, Col. Lister having assured that the regulation records  will be kept and reports made from  that point. Dr. Henderson is also having a barometer sent him at his own  expense and for his personal use.  When all these improvements are **f-  f_._. *, - -i  -.���������-.-  *.r������._������������  ��������� *_%_.__.   . __.... .���������  ___  lOOLiSlt- trllV  Ttmxs&y wjii ������n: j;tj*.i;vv: vy~-��������������� .,*.���������*.-  formed on climatic conditions.  Rodgers' ITord ear. which "*"*"������* ������atuer-  badly ."Wrecked in the recent airplane  smash last month, and is having it rebuilt into a truck.  A. B. Swa-isor., who is taking his  annual vacation at present, is getting  tbnigs in shape to stump several acres  on his ranch here. Geo. Strong, who  is at present on the place is getting  ready to build a house on the ten acre  he purchased this spring, adjoining  Mawson brothers tract.  Rev. G. H, Hamilton was here for  his first Methodist church servica on  Sunday afternoon, making a very  favorable impression on a congregrat-  ion that numbered almost half a hund-  wkroirffi LPrSzes  A literary society has just been  organized here, more particularly to  brighten up and improve social life for  youne people, and will have its first  meeting to" night when a debate on the  subject that wheat growing is more  profitable than fruit will be the feature,, with Messrs Strong* svnd Carver  on the .affirmatiue, and Messrs. Gilbert and San:nelson tbe negative. In  addition to the debate there will also  be a musical paogramme. and the public are all invited. Officers elected  for the ��������� society are: President, Geo.  Strong. Vice-president, Miss Corbett.  Secretary-treasurer, Mr. Samuelson.  BS-jceutive. Messrs. Gilbert, Carver and j  Chambers. !  The attention of the lady exhibetors  at the Creston fair is called to the fact  that in the printed prize list the sections shown do nut include three lines  that should be there, and which were  announced as as gbing to be in the  premium list in this paper on April  18th. The three items and prizes to  be given are:  See. 230a ���������Collection of home  mending: Darning on table linen,  tear darned on woolen goods, patched  hole on cotton goods, patched hole on  woolen gooes.    1st, $3; 2nd, $2.  Sec. 230b���������Fancy tea apron, 1st, $1;  -     Kf*^  ���������JT-.PJ.  Sec, 230c���������Best working apron machine made, of colored   material,   1st,  r_p-p    ���������������. -1    rrriC  Epj.; Z.IJU. ouc.  Contestants are asked to make their  entries as for Glass 32. using the section numbers as above. These are  three popular features of needlework  and a considerable list of entries is  anticipated.  300 boxes a day would be easy for tbe  grader.  The Review had a look at it in  operation on Tuesday and the pack  oi Wealth ys could not be improved  on for uniformity of size. Truscott  Bros, have demonstrated it will save  a cent a box even handling the orchard  run stuff, while they claim in taking  care of tbe wrapped fruit it increases  a packer's efficiency not less than 20  per cent. Packing from a machine of  this sort they estimate most  packers  boxes a day.  than 90  ���������m~r  f-S-^-x-mSmimV  T  Eriokson  Miss Boffey arrived from Kami oops  on Tuesday and will be with her sister-  in-law, Mrs. Boffey for a time. The  latter-- is still laid up, at present having  a rather acute attack of neuritis.  Messrs. Dennes and McDiarmid  made a launch trip to Proctor the  latter part of rhe week to sample the  fishsng, but report them biting none  too good.  Geo. Cam was at Creston on Mon-  on- his usual visit to Dr. Henderson,  i*ne injui-ies to his finger .ire progressing nicely.  .Mrs. .jas  Alberta, where she wiii   visit  fi  at Claresholtn and Calgarv.  ,1.    trxr.  .   KX     lVfl  ���������iends  *-.C,r.4x.\f0r,   4\f   ~\TZ4.4rr,v.. ..  jl_-p-._p-ppf^p-   p.p.     r  iv-prp. a. .,������,.  ."--O IS ____  ������-��������� V   ���������0-,~   . IU I ���������) Ul-wici,  A3 Siion as vi-*3seatrS auu otner iacj5Sip-  ment, which are on order get here the  new room at the public school will be  opened in the church. The present  intention is to provide for twenty  scholars���������the younger pupils, who will  be quartered in the new premises.  Otto Johnson is busy these eiays  building a new verandah and otherwise improving his residence here.  Messrs. Simons and Davis, two of  the married men at Camp Lister, who  have ���������just got back with their wives,  are spending a few days with Mr. and  Mrs. Rice, before "taking possession of  their temporary homes at the soldier  settlement.  Andy Wickhoim. who has been  working at Blairmore all season, returned this week, and will spend the*  winter on his ranch.  Miss Corbett, the Canyon teacher,  was a week end visitor with friends at  Kingsgate.  Little Miss Eleanor Blair, who has  been rather seriously sick since early  i tithe mounth, is now on the mend  nicely.  Norman Strong left last week for  Calgarv, Alta., where he in spending  a short holiday with his frieiul.-i.  Chas. Simpson has purchased Floyd  the new school teacher  is accompanied by his wife, and for  tne present they' are making their  home at the C. P. R. Hotel. Mr.  'Brewis,. so far,. has ^created a very  favorable impression.  ���������    '. ; *.. ���������'���������'������������������; ���������-***4J2 ���������%__.-���������-'    "  KevV J.   S.   Maboo&   w^  -ehureh service on Sunday evebjng and  was favored with a fine turnout.  Mrs. Joues of Kuskanook was here  for Sunday service, sheading the day  with Mes-dames North and jjennes.  The news agemts are now making  the run through to Sirdar. .Formerly  they quit the job at Cranbrook. Those  on the run are Mr. MeCUinn and the  Billiken brothers. Occasieieally we  have Mr. Senator Gavis of the Soo line,  one of the oldest agents in the service.  C. M. Loasby Casey -jonesed a party  to Creston on Saturday night, the  nassenuers being Mfs. Grundy, Mrs.  Loasby, Mr, Crosby and Jack Cameron.  For the Creston fall fair next week  an effort is deing made to have the C.  P.R. run a one-passenger car special  from here in the evening, returning  after the dance.  s Mr. and Mis. Dennes and aon got  back last week from Spokane, where  thi'y had been giiests of the former's  father for a short vacation.  Word has just come that instructions will be given to have the roads  in these parts put in travelable shape  so fis to make the trip cf the Nelson  business men a little pleasanter than  is now possible. Along with this we  should have a rain to settle tbe dust,  with both of them the crowd at" the  fair will include all hands.  A.'R. Swanson,   C.P.R., agent    at  Creston, who is on holidays, is spend.  "i-r-* _���������-*������������������������ ai 4f> rm . ��������������� ������'���������_ I *���������> **%*���������- *!_'e-"i>l>"_*. d.-f I-vSo ������..i *-., . we.*--.  S-Lig  en, v-���������������,.���������*_4 |_ri,*-'   uri       -*r *L ?������.*>.**!     *-.j-__.        mo        ������ cu\-U;ty>-p/ii  looking after the shipping here. Miss  Marion Swanson having gone back to  high school.  charge of boy scout work in British  Columbia, was a visitor here onThurs-  day and Friday last, reorganizing  matters for the local troop, due to the  removal of the former scoutmaster,  Alex. Smith, to West Vancouver. He  had a meeting of the boys and parents  interested in the schoolhouse on Sat*-  nrday night, at which he spoke on the  all-round importance of the scout  work. F. H. Pearce, the new vice-  principal, was chosen to take charge  of the drill and indoor work, while  Principal Smith ha" consented to  handle the sports, hikes, and outdoor  scout effort. The juvenile scouts, who  are known as wolf cubs, will be handl-  eii oy xvxlSH  itj.rtr-iOi.  o vviiiisuii, who  nas  had (barge and given excellent satisfaction the past few months. The  junior offieers are Arthur Gobbett and  Earl Swanson, patrol leaders, and Lionel Moore, assistant patrol leader.  The boys are in need of funds to procure a library and other equipment  and are planning to put on an entertainment later in the fall to secure the  money needed.  Moving Pictures  Fair Night Sure  The Peekin, Crestons first picture  theatre, will be/open for business on  fair night, Saturday, Sept. 27th. Most  of the equipment is already here, and      TTrr__-a 3~���������   ~x���������x.~:r.r-     "I?     "VI ���������*_>*"-������fill  OU    v\ vrLxticaLAtxy   xxixjx pj.hj-,      ���������.��������� .   ���������0 I _"_-.������-',  an expert electrician irom Spokane,  commenced work on installing the.  theatre plant, and with ten days to go  on is confident he will have everything  in shape for the first showing of films  at 8 p. m., on the 27th, Mr. Mitchell remaining here to take charge of opening nigtic. operations.  The first-night films are already  booked, and delivery guaranteed.  These include the well-known ������������������Fight  -for Millions,' a fifteen-week serial, the  first chapters of \vhich will be shown  on the 27th, along with a two reel  comedy and five-reel feature of the  same high class.  Manager F. C. Rodgers announces  that the picture machine will be on ex-  --.... .'., ���������r-% ,* _., ._. ___. Z .x A ���������....  nirCipr.on a*., -cne jceeKi-- "._;"_--_!.���������*.-*-; v?-"n*4^*.o*v  for a couple of eays before installing  and invites everyone to have a good  look at it. The old Auditorium has  been thorughly renovated and certainly nc expense has been spared in any  direction to make the Peekin thoroughly modern moving picture house.  Seating is provided tor 200.  There will be two shows opening  nigh*., the first at 8 prompt, and thereafter the show nights will be Mondays,  Wednesdays and Saturdays, with a  change of films each night. First-  dla,ss music will be provided, and  popular prices will always prevail.  The Graham evaporator   at Vernon  pays $30 aton for second grade apples.  Truscott Brosv-yiave their Gifford  apple..giaeling tvy^ijine at work at the  W.*V: Jackson ranch this week, audit  is giving tip top ail round satisfaction.  With two men operating it the machine handles 280 boxes of domestic pack  a day���������nothing under 2J inches going  into the oack.  EAST KOOTENAY'S  X entii  a *___i  ~y~.atiiidim%4i  judjel  Sam Scott, who went overseas with  '_ "allandaine's forestry draft in  the spring of 1917, arrived home from  war service on Friday, looking as well  as ever, and certainly the same genial  Sam to talk to. He "has been in east  ern Canada under the doctor's care foe  the past two months. Mrs. Scott,who  went to England in June, is expected  back shortly.  ���������"-**������������������,  Nelson Fa/B Fair  At Greenwood the** schools opened  with an attendance of (13 pupils. At  the high school there were 11. This  will probably lie increased 50 per cent.  The Gazette claims Hint during tho  last Week in August Grank Fords real  estate dealers sold $-10,000 worth of  ranch properties. The trade.is so good  that H. Robertson is'forsaken ��������� NoIroji  iu order to open an ofllcc- at the Forks.  Id  this   Hank   i.s  prepared  to give  every   assistance  to  responsible farmers.  As a medium for transfering money our Bank Money  Orders should he oi special service to you.  Special attention given to our Saving.1** Bank Department.     One l)ollar opens an account.  IMPERIAL BANK  Now that the war is over, .-ind things  are slowly returning to their normal  condition, the directors of the Nelson  fuir felt that it was time to again  place the Nelson Faia on its pre-war  footing, with thi. end in view they  have arranged an extensive program  of attractions to provide amusements  for the ont os town visitors.  Arrangements have Oe-n made  with the transportation companies to  provide round trip tickets fo������- single  and one third fare.  The stellar attraction will de the engagement of thei fearless aviator (''apt.  McC'ill of Calgary, who will give daily  aerial stunts, the like of which ha*-,  neyer yet seen see>n in the Kootenay's  in addition to which ho will make  daily nassenger flights to accomodate  those "who are Ijankcring after a trip  through a'/uro.  Music will be furnished by the* Great  War Veterans Band of Nelson, and  daily v-uidevillo attrnclion will ele  Rltigeel on the platform in front  of the grand stand. The Midw.ny will  be provided for by tin* Bo'ucher Big  United Shown. The dates of t he Fuir,  are Tuesebiv, Wednesday and Thursday. Sept. 2.'{rd, 24th and 25th.  WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY  OCTOBER 1st & 2nd, 191  Under the auspices of the Cranbrook   District  Agricultural Association  mx   ���������'MM-! mug*, gmmtx    jm    j^ttx miffut n   _^������^ Bk   ��������� jf-*-**-*  ATTRACTIONS  SPECIAL FEATURE-  CAPT. FRED McCALL, D.S.O.,  new   $5000   Aeroplane.     Both  of Canada  II  r.KKTOH Brandt  W W AM/.!J  Btit  P'oieVt?^ J-iWtfsBic. ~^-^~~imB-x-ifa  Tlip' jjou.-.i .ii������l>li' frailer '..i:. ariivtil  in the valley. The first one iH u Clifford, wliie-h Truse'ott 'lli-osr brought, in  ji few days i������go, and which ban been  operating at the VV. V. .)jii:Khiiii ranch  thi". V-'e'el:, :ll������il V'>>���������������������������'ie\<>; ������������������!> \\oll fbilt  the picker.-*, have not been able lu ki'ep  up te> it at time's.  Ho far it Iiuh been working on a elo-  iiie.*-,tit- iiii-ek of a-iplt.', aiitl I'.iiaii eight  buxe'M of this grade alone, with no |  p'oiiii*. l-i-jit. ��������� in >h''; other si;-.''., whip'*.;  have* rolleel eleiwn the other two e-eun-  partnie-tilH on the machine ---nothing  iinde'i- ~. ini.hi-'p being allowe-el in the-  Dome-Ht.ie- puck.  A luilf-beii���������Niinower e>n,..iiie in eonii.e.  lent to handle Huh si/e of (.ilVurel.  anel it. is tiguie'el | but with h st.ill eil  live men-a  t'e-eelcr,  i\. nuiii lu lake out  H  A-mxret Fl������r**iriear    cfrBirai*    -flvincr    n*n  ^m^������~4~r-������Af     *** ��������� ������������������*-      -m^ mm^tmm^tttfff mm"  *������J" ~*mm- ��������� ���������-   **e* mm   mm    m     ��������� ��������� ��������� |-^ -*"���������-���������-���������   -*-���������  carrying passengers.  l*nsKentrer Hiu;lit.-*. $15 per trip.     Hook  reservations now  Flights in order of hooking on $."> deposit.  Horse Racing   -  Athletic Events  Side Shows,  Concessions, &c.  Tm r~ Tei.i.r-nrc t-ttr-iriJ.  fr^/'K'MiWein.c  ||t _y .{-ft JL. 'Ii tjy~d _-)-_i__J>       -LPOl^t-   ii   H. M.       ja___    V    St-~SX  T j. j.   ��������������� T-..tx0x-0  Coiik' one !      ('onte all !      And lei us l-.nterlaiu Von  I - 41 * ��������� 4     %    % 4 I 0* I       0 1*     Ol.'  iii}-; I'lmwny imi  )i!. ,,. VV, ia-TI.K.M-iiK  M .   M.   I I .-���������������.!{ li I  S. -i-l'i-l .Ml  tlie  j.;,..  miu-liitij*  anil   wiih  ....        ���������!   ���������'  4|^t'^J*Jl*IWll#J*4������t*J4**lJJ������lr*JI#  i mttimm miwwrwi mMinnwi MP  n������t.id������>irjti ���������tj'ifit'i-i  ������* iHffi-'"M*M'l"w*rWf li������^i'       .peyi-mi-        (__*_���������?  ������,ii4!l4)^t?j_������i-f*1^  m������&mvmmimm.it "jrTWtws wrt-^ma&iivmd^^  1blimKtofr*lfiliMm\T*^^^  ~   ������.������ .   -,v ..      *   " -        "     '���������      --rr������������������. ,���������~^-mmm^m--.:rm44mx^mimmmmm  ���������*f ������hAH-Vl l   r. v       ������. THE     BEVIEW,     CRESTON,     B.     ���������L  ���������ftr  Awake  esh As  aisy  Constipation Gene  "��������� "Oli, I guess you succeeded, all  right/' Ruggles answered, stuns as  though lie had been lashed across the  face v.-ith a dog whip. In thc shop  his patience was limitless, partly because lie regarded^, a customer, no  | matin-   how   disagreeable,   quite      as  i impersonally    as     the   customer     rc-  t  ..   .garded  liini;  oartlv     because  he   felt  "Works  -while you   sleep,  smootn,  sil- ;".       , *    . ."       ,.,  J - - '   -.-,.ci. i,-,.wi     thai   he   owed  this  politeness   to   ITic  4>4jisi 11 cm- ( ���������*���������  ! people   who   paid   him   for   that   and  other   qualities      that   go   io   make   a  other  remedy     acts   the   same  cm, cutp-uvc.  ache   or   constipation.  This is what happens when you use  Dr.   Hamilton's   Pills.  For wind or pain in the stomach  nothing works better.  No bad taste left behind, no furred  tongue, nc more dizzy spells or bilious fits after taking Hamilton's  Pills.  All thc old costiveness, frightful  dreams and nervous disorders disappear as  a  ship   in  thc  night  good salesman. But out of the shop  it was -a different matter. He respected other people's feelings and  saw no reason why other people  should not respect his. "If I'd  thought for a second that you were  the sort of a girl to think less of a  The appetite is sharpened up, takes j man   because,   he   was   working   hard  on  a keen  edge. j 1.0 make an  honest living and get on  You   enjoy  your   meals,  relish   and.!;..   ,,_  ,_..orld   j ^..^ havc  toW vou  digest them  Htgg  Yorkshire Miners  ������  riS'*- "*VT ������*���������������'-"or.  Boar  ^xrlxjr-i mi     _-*^ ������������.������!_. *_*_._.     ___r \rZr!r X.  Strength  turn,  vour  old self a  ir   meals., relish   and  and  buoyant     spirits   re-  long ago  that I  was just a  salesman  You   feci   good,   you  look  like   in   tlie     Walkeasy     shoe   store.        It  rain,  with bright  eyes ! ncver   came   into   mv   head   that   you  anel   rosy  cheeks.  Thc best guarantee of good health  and old age thai man and woman can  have is  the  regular  use  of  this  fam-.inan,"  Darthea  replied.     "But  I   took  took mc  for a  rich  man."  "I   never -did   take   you   for  rich  Strike Fund Exhausted With End of  Fourth Week's Benefits  London.���������The Yorkshire miners'  strikes havc been an expensive thing  for the miner as well as for thc people not directly connected with the  dispute. The generally accepted llgures arc:  Finest Thing Ever  For Chronic Catarrh!  Gets   Away   From   the   Medicine  Habit,  Cures By Novel  x Method  With thc many remedies you have  tried, you surely know that no liquid  medicine can cure your throat or  nose.    Even a gargle only bathes the  Damages to mines, $10,000,000; coal  entrance of the throat���������it can't really  AND  ilv  Pill.  Suited  to  all ages,  you  should  get j     ������.VVf<11_ nn(.-. so j ..... ������  a few 25c boxes  from thc drug store  and  *ep  +i  lem  11 ft r_ sr  i-vvli vAj ,  HuNkY G. ROWLAND  Copyrighted. Printed by special  arrangement  with   Thos.  Allen.  Toronto. ,  =JZ  S-m  (Continued.)  Rugglcs would never have suspected that amongst his other gifts he  possessed eloquence. Miss Challand's  tightened features softened as she  stared at thc flushed, boyish, face. She  had never before considered the  question of trade from thc viewpoint  so eloquently presented by Ruggles,  and her British sense of fair play  forced her to admit that it might be  well taken.  "Miss   Challand,"   said   Ruggles,   "I  wish  I  could speak to your niece."  Miss Challand hesitated. She was  sorry for Rugglcs. but she could not  forget that hc was a shoe clerk and,  even though promoted to the charge  of a shop, must still, she felt, be scp  -".rated from her niece by a social gul'  that admitted of no bridging. She  quickly reflected, however, that Ruggles wc"..d soon bc leaving Paris for  Vienna  mo iv  p-'ii'ty  be  iftcr which  i,:,,-        T.*������pf.  4      ,~4  a c; u  "cir   past  ���������j.v. g!'  ..bUm  they need see no  des hc had been  fan1.!, and for the  pleasant relations  s ti. send him od  o   she  answr-rt'el  a  I you for a gentleman.*'  Well, and so I am," said Ruggles.  j "What havc I ever done that wasn't  J gentlemanly, I'd like to know? What  I told you about expecting to represent a big American exporting concern in Austria was true. Why, I'm  expecting every day to get orders  from the home office to take the  | managership of one of our stores in  'Vienna; and believe mc, Miss Wcst-  brookc, it will be just as fine an establishment, if not finer, than our  Paric" store that you came into yes-  i tcrd:iy."  j Darthea gave ��������� a little shiver, yet  her eyes lingered on Rugglcs with a  sort of puzzled doubt.  "And is that the height of your  ambition?" she asked, "to be in  charge of a shoe-shop in Vienna?"  "It is, just now," Rugglcs answered, stoutly. "What more can you  expect of a man of my age? No  doubt, later on, when I've made  good, I may go gunning for something better. You can never tell; if  I���������oh, say, look here, Miss We-st-  brooke, it's the same with all of us.  Just now you're working hard to get  a picture hung in the Salon���������and you  sort of feel as if that was the height  of your ambition, don't you? Well,  suppose you do, you're still only one  of thousands that get pictures hung  in thc Salon. You wouldn't be satisfied with that. Thc next thing, you'd  want a medal, or something, or a  picture bought by the stale and hung  in thc Luxemburg. Well, it's just the  same  in  business."  "I must say," said Darthea coldly,  "I fail to sec any connection between  art  and business."  "There   is,   though,"   said   Rugglcs,  stubbornly,     "There's   got   to   be  art  in   everything   that's   made,   I   guess,  it you want lo make it a success. And  , there's got to bc business in art, too.  ie two things"go together, just like  x-r%.mm  WITH   TOMATO,  OR PLAIN SAUCE  ���������PI-TTT T  P^y-'--L-X_L-JJLj  VT  vi  9   _._-"S_  W-UJfK.  !___/ Zf  ~ mm J.  (AKS-U.  itaren  lost to industry, $15,000,000; losses to  kindred industries, $12,500,000; thc  strike fund of the miners, amounting  to S1.400;00(). was exhausted with thc  end of the fourth week's strike benefits. This fund, it was stated, had  taken some 25 years to accumulate.  Thc Local Government Board, it is  stated, cut out a lot of red tape, and  with thc co-operation of the local  relief authorities averted distress  throughout thc district. In some cases  $2.50 a week was allowed every married woman, with $1.25 for every  child. This money, with thc strike  benefit, averted, the-authorities believe, a great deal of suffering.  ���������all    profit    from    a    meal    of  ���������'_-*"I-.-.1-'t.**    TLDrx~t- 3    *D^ r.  \>.ux-p c_        a. p_r*xr_    ciiap_x    j-4*v.a..i-p_.  The purity of "CLARK'S"  PORK AND BEANS and  OTHER GOOD THINGS is  guaranteed by the Government  legend on every can.  W.    CLARK,   LIMITED,    Montreal  One .Big Union Is Dead Issue  Winnipeg.���������In the opinion of R. A.  Rigg,.organizer for the internationals  in the West, thc Onc Big Union  movement is definitely defeated as  far as Regina, Saskatoon and Moose  Jaw arc concerned.  "Very little O. B. U. sentiment is  apparent in these cities, and with  very few exceptions the unions arc  lining  up  behind   the  internationals."  get inside, nor can it reach the inflamed bronchial lubes.  With Catarrhozone, it's so differ-  cut from medicine-taking ��������� you  simply breathe its healing vapor, in-  hale its balsamic fumes, which carry  cure and relief to thc minutest air  cells in the lungs, nose, throat, and  bronchial  tubes.  In this scientific "way thc soreness  and inflammation is rapidly allayed,  relaxed cords arc toned up, the entire -mucous membrane invigorated.  Kvery trace of catarrh disappears,  lhe disagreeable dropping of mucus  in the throat, hawking, spitting and  stopped-up nostrils ��������� all    these sure  CiTnc fsj-r ������**-n+*^i'f-1*������ ���������-.*-. A ,-\*.^T+dt *0 *���������*,*.*%���������*** .-, *-r-  *-'������C->**p-'        \~*~-        s-m% -.���������.., i  i  .. t       owl*.*        ~~-x\~txx\~.xix.x~r*       ~*x \~.  permanently cured by Catarrhozone.  Large outfit lasts two months, costs  $1.00; small size 50 cents, trial size  25  cents, at dealers  everywhere.  Hatterites Must  Educate Children  When you hear a man say that he  is tired of the world it's a safe bet  that the world is tired of him.  r I  cell in most well-managed prisons, or  monasteries or convents and similar  institutions.  "Very interesting, I'm sure," said  Darthea, and looked at the door,  wishing that Miss Challand would  conic tb her rescue.  Ruggles reddened, and rose from  the edge of the divan where he had  been sitting. 1L_. felt the sudden need  of air and exercise. Ruggles was a  bit of a physiognomist as well as a  pedalist (if there is such a word). He  had seen similar expressions to that  now worn by Darthea on the faces  of customers whose earnest wish was  to escape from thc store as quickly  and gracefully as possible, without  having  made  a  purchase.  (To Bc Continued.)  14orl  r*. V/ort/   Rorl   Ai"t-*3rkU  , 1 y     imPULKA  OF  I *��������� L ~Vl\J I\  ii rr to come  : L;'.ve to fp.v,  doubt whether  a:*.ce  her   aui-  How You Can Tell  fl   * *~x*mm mmm wi. rx  \LX<ClllXXH4~  ___ <_.*���������-*��������� T -B������I TT.  -li!  man   and  a   woman.  Thc  . t,  ��������� i; v. e  girl  '. i.'ll    O!    1'lii  i   ...    ii (: p'    .  ,1      -:  111(1  bv  color flooded his  face.  "I fail to catch your meaning," said  Darthea, and quite untruthfully, for  she had caught it perfectly, both in  its   abstract   and   concrete   senses.  'Well," said Ruggles, "it's like this.  Suppos'u'  there was nothing but art-  thc   wo ih  Who'd     supply  i  ��������� i,  ih.i'ir    materials   and   build   their   slu-  furnish     their    food     and  ml,   most   of" all,  buy     their  AH   that   couldn't   go   on  >n  im ���������:        Anel,   on   thc   con-  rvci vl hiii'.      was   business.  .Oil  ���������'. i i ���������" '*, r  pie lures ?  v, it li. iiii *  ! r:: re. il"  .i'i: !:��������� .  .'..-..lie! 1;,  .������������������o'ileln"!  Only Tablets   Marked   With   "Bayer  Cross" Are Aspirin  If You Don't See the "Bayer Cross"  on the Tablets, Refuse Them���������  They Are Not Aspirin  i iau a vG  Bowel Complaint  IT WAS CURED BY  DR. FOWLER'S  EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY  Any onc suflcring from bowel complaints such as diarrhoea, dysentery,  colic, cramps and pains in the stomach, summer complaint, etc., will find  that Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild  Strawberry will give quicker and  more permanent relief than any other  remedy on the  market today.  This old tried and proven medicine  has been on the market for the past  74 years. You don't experiment when  you buy it. Surely the test of time  proves   this.  Mrs. Daniel Hartwick, Mountain  Grove, Ont., writes: "I used Cr.  Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry  and have found that it is a good remedy. When my little girl was 2"/  years old she had a very bad attack of  bowel complaint. Nothing prescribed by the doctor seemed lo do her  any good. She got worse, until wc  thought wc would lose her. I got a  bottle of 'Dr. Fowler's,' and she soon  found relief. Everyone who has children should not bc without it in their  home.  Price 35 cents a bottle; put up only  by Thc T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  Must Conform to Regulations or  Suffer Prosecution  Winnipeg.���������The Hutteritcs, as in  the case of thc Mcnnonitc's, must  conform to thc regulations of the  Manitoba school attendance act or  suffer proserin ion. was the decision  announced by tlie department of  education.  Robert Fletcher, the deputy minister of education, visited the colonies  at   Eli, Man., and informed the Hut-  ���������1p  fi.  ie_  o .*\ ���������"���������������-. /-  provision for the education of their  children. A school is under erection  now, and upon completion the department of education will appoint  trustees, as tne -.-ulterxtes <_io not  take part in elections, and assign a  teacher to the school.  GIRLS!   WrilitN YOUR SKIN  WITH LEMON JUICE  Make   a-'Beauty   Lotion   for a   Few  Cents to Remove Tan, Freckles,  Sallowness  Your grocer has the lemons and  any drug store or toilet counter will  supply you with three ounces of orchard white for a few cents Squeeze  thc juice of two fresh lemons into a  bottle, then put in thc orchard white  and shake well. This makes a quarter pint of the very best lemon skin  whitencr and complexion beautifier  known. Massage     this     fragrant,  creamy lotion, daily into the face,  neck, arms and hands and just see  how freckles. Lan, sallowness, rcdj  ness and roughness disappear and  how smooth, soft and clear the skin  becomes. Yes! It is harmless, and  the beautiful results will surprise you.  London-Paris Air Service  There is only one Aspirin, that  marked with the "Bayer Cross"���������-all  other tablets are only acid imitations.  Look for thc "Bayer Cross"! Then  it is real Aspirin, for which there is  no substitute.  Fortune Teller (reading cards):  '"You have money coming to you, but  no sickness whatever."  Client: "That's singular! I'm the  new doctor across the street."���������Boston Transcript.  tiling as aii,  the  wmld'     Aspirin is not German, but is made  n;;e   one   big   factory.        It.m C>.inael-.v hy  Canadians, and is own-  lie   worth  living in.     Believe  ;���������-.  , 1  llic  -.''-,   ami   jiul   leu'   thai   very   reason  ..i.i.-i    ii,isn't   pot   any   more   right  look  ii. iv. ;,���������  ��������� .ii  ;i  business man  than  ',:    im    ���������        .,r.    i'.'i''   got    his   lie-e-nsr-  h.i il.   -!<���������'.��������� m   ' 'if  ;m   artist.     .Sec.?"  I i.i i ' I.. .'   .'������������������I.    rat her   eonfusee  .', ��������� ���������   ; ���������.'.11,   in   a   v ;i.���������:11e      vvay,  .., . ,. i..',.,,.   ir,   ;....,,���������...  -I' ;.  11 y. uin-'lil  to   ;  She  what  Up-.!!  I'...  No  s i 111 i  of    a  1  ed hy a Canadian Company  i Genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"  havc. been proved safe: by millions foi  Pain, Headache, Neuralgia, _ Colds,  Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuritis.  Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets���������also  hirget* "Payer" packages���������can be had  at anv  ding  store.  Aspirin is tiie trade mark, registered in Canada, of Payer Manufacture  ol M onoaei.tii acidi'Slcr of Salicylic-  acid.  ���������'lie   i. .in i.   jiiiicc  iii   a   man   by   lhe  llOSMv-M'N.  tlu.:   |.;������m_ J    lh> I i  worldly   gooels  he  lined  A i t  W'/d&p-rt-.'������������������:'[  "i?���������iy3*%f~0'\ p"r  /   tr'.^-L)  .itrone  iirin  t hr /  I jiv   : ,tn.i:  '%/**)s^r^Ar? ���������������������������>���������-������������������. i������ ������������������;<���������-������������������.  mldlJiil. x~,0 _L rxj? i:.-:.u..rri '.������������������-'. ���������  U'\c Vt'-riro* iifift,.  ',uft- for fnf.n,'  Kioltirj,  ,r   I-.'/,-  ''ii   oi  Jj.tr,\.  llll.  11 i 111  I.   I*  Ail.lie  f  CHILDREN NEED HELP  ���������S j--ml: in j'el i ii ���������������������������n't :fMi."e������l>*'<1-\vollii.o*  '-r VI p *., ., 1..  of Hup .nlrrtinl orgfin.-i.    ]\fy .-'.lice-e-.".'fill  il'MI"-   il'Milllr'Ill    V.".)\    IM*   ?"!Oill    ) I.'  1 ] .I'll! ,  I'..' ii.i no ti;ou.- , hut write n.ic today for  fir** trial treatment, My ti'ratineiil is  K-i'.i.illy iu. i . :,. lul for .jilult:., troubled  Willi in in.uy i! itlwiiltie-H.  ."!!'*. H. PUMMrnf*   'fit-rot.  Wi---*'--- ������)���������*������.  Journey Both  Ways Being  Made in  Just Under Six Hours  London.���������Three machines took  part in thc inauguration of the air  express service to Paris, the journey  both ways being made by one machine  in  just under six  hours.  Thc "Airco -11," which belongs to  the Aircraft: Transport anel Travel  Limited, and which has often carried  Mr. Bonar Law and General Sccley to  France, carried one passenger and a  cargu of gv-od.s and accomplished the  journey  in   scheduled  lime.  The. "Aiivo 16," polilcd by Major  C. Patterson, M.C., carried several  journalists anel a cargo of newspapers  at tiie fasi spceai of 1*10 miles per  hour, also arriving to time, despite  Ilea el   winds.  The Handley Page machine, piloted by Maji.il I'uul.', p.aiTUal 11 pa::  sengers, but was eh-l.iineil in Paris.  All the machines we're cxamitu-d by  t custom.", officers at Hounslow ami at  U. P.i.ui.ol before drji.r.'t'.r.o .:..d or.  arrival.  A    l ui lit    i:',:,iu.  J   O I I J    J I  . I   J P .    . I  . . 1114.        _.  that   vciu.'i able   lie-  oldest, in  Scotland  tin-'Journal   was  published  on     April  IB,  1'.-.'*i, ami  contained an  ae-e-onnt   of  an  rye-witness  uT  Uic. battle of  ("ullu-  den   I ought   two   day:.  pi������.vion.-.!y.  Tells How Lydia E. PinkhampC  Vegetable   Compound  Restored Her Health.  of  lhc  A be  id  ecu  \44,l,  pa  4 ll         11  P.'l  4  1,1,4.  now  llic  Tl  I'       ill  *.l is:  .Ih  of  j:  I'.oo  f..urine <'..'i������.:a..i.r.. i'.UU: .i-i'i. !���������  W.  N.  U.  l.-liO  M I I I I I ���������  iliclueliii.  II   I I     .ll W .1 \ -,  l!n-ir   In-I  do   1111 11  11 ieinh,.  Philadelphia, Pa.���������"I wao very weak,  ulway.*- lU'cd, my bad; ...ch.cd. aud I felt  sickly most o������ thea  time. I went to a  doctor and ho euid  I had nervous indigestion,  which ad-  d- A X.        *..������.       v.r.-.p'lr.  OU *,LA      tilt ������P P--*.������  condition kep mo  "."jorryinK moot of  tho timo ��������� and ho  yiid if I could not  ,?l nlop that, i couid  not got well, jl,  heard bo muchabout  Lydia hi Pinklmm'a  V <? go tabic Compound my bur-band wanted nne to try it.  I took il, Jura week arii i"c-lL iililUo belter. I kept it up for thre-e month.., anil  I feel fine and can oat unythin**; now  withoutdist.r..nn or nervouanufia."���������Mrs*  .1. VVortrm.iKK, 2B4-. Worth Taylor iSL,  i nii.iueiplii.i i ii.  the' miitjeivitv of inoUie-iM uowaeiiiyt-  oviii'pto, J.uiio tliu r������������������ jnnitiy {U;r������ii-.r������p������cj  iipiJiitlieSi" timo and titraiu.th; tho rcuultt  is invariably a woakoncd, run-down,  ncrvouu condition with bcaduchea, backache, irritability und de.pivuiilon -and  i ������nn������ mioro nciionii uilioeiil.4������ duV>*lp>j>.  1 It. I.. ..,-.:.v.A,\y.jvlcl'.'. hi !���������������'"��������� *'������*<<��������� f-ye������i!i!������:.  l'inkham'a  Yof-rotabh"'  t'ompound will  v,..iti,n.    r.    t.o.nlnl   IllMltlllV/   CDIIllitilJll.    XmLr  it diel to JVIiii. Wurtblhus.  ^^^���������^-���������^������������������^^  Hi  igi_2_f_3-?-i-Mia/.i*.  Miamaai^^  tfl^M'Blia-W.M^^  ���������pmm H'*"''**-*-*'*  '������?  z/'Zt,}?^  ,i."Iii'*-  vnrS^-*r!S  ��������������������������� _p   ������������������������*'-  BEVIEW,  I   .iffik  A  ���������V  V     *V^r _*. X--*, SBxAS-m   II *������ta_jU ������   B.t  R  *   ������_���������������������, *������- K*>*JL  You surely must if you don't save when you are 5  young. An Excelsior Endowment is the best way. i  Write for pamplet to-day  THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO. 1  WINN 11'EG     -SASKATOON      EDMONTON  VANCOUVEK     _=  ��������� ������������������ ���������   ���������   ...Ml  ��������� ii    i       Ml  ___ft|___* ���������*-"-*""���������*"���������_*������.  -SusdSa&e.! Liquor Congesting-  London Docks  ^f0.0.3.-, *ca*Uo������,.������ -..,  4iV UUVA O -t ~~~a^tm\--0*>ami  The   Great   Enplish   Remedy. '  Tunes and invigorates lha ivho.o '.  nervous system, makes new Blood !  in   old  Veins,    Cures   Kervous \  Debility, Mental and Brain. Worry, JJespon- i Big Revenue in Sieht If Government  aency, Lous of Enerpy, Palpitation cf the \      ������ ~  Heart, Failing Memory.   Pric-c SI per box. six Cares to Make Use of It  for*;..     Ono will nloQne. r.ix will cure.    Sold bv nil  '  druggists or nmifed in plain pkg. on rpectpt of i     London.���������One   of   the   chief   causes  price. Ken--pamphlet mailed free. THE WOOES i ���������  6WEDIC.?!ECO_,TCB0ST0.e'*iI. (foraerljWiatisjrJ i of   the   unprecedented   state   of   con-j   , ��������� _ .  . . ...,-.- -...���������'���������      . ������������������ ��������� ��������� - ! gestion on thc  London docks is said  j to   bc   an   enormous   influx  of   wines  -^a'S-BPSIPafl^BS -Sfe-nSft 1 and  -un  for  winch  the  liquor   trade  Reparation Commissioner  New Reparation Commissioner  London.���������Sir John Bradbury, joint  permanent secretary to the Treasury,  has been appointed principal British  representative on the reparation commission in Paris, and is succeeded by  Sir W. Fisher. Three departments  havc been set up in the Treasury to  deal with supply services, establishments, and general financial administration.  Rrxl! .--      ITS A.Z ���������  ���������ciiey-e -ouiig-esiiuii  Of London Traffic  HOLERA INFANTUM  a Bra I.-S. S"*.,.^VS%~9S**^ Hospitals"with j r_-.v(_ ireiuendous orders immediately  great success, cures chronic weakness, lost viae. bl% *- * ��������� *- '"cnuoti_. uiucii juiiui.uia.i_i_,  & vim, kidney. bladder.diseases, blood poison,  i after  the armistice was concluded.  It  is reported that the port of London  authorities are taking steps to slow  down     these  shipments     until   condi-  |reat success, cures chronic weakness, lost vioe������  k VIM, KIDNEY, BLADDUR, DISEASES. BLOOD POISON.  PILES. EITHER NO. DRUGGISTS or MAIL SI. POST 4 CTS  S-OUG-3F.A CO, 90, P.EEKMAN ST. MEW YORK. orLVMAK BROS  frOROwro. write for FREE a-.ioK to Dr. Le cleko  Meo.Oc.i.avi-fstockTId. iiampstead, London, eno.  ������iy new dragee itasteless) kormof   easy to tak3  THERAPION KS������ftSD������������  ESS THAT TSJ.DF. MAK.K1.D WORD * TiH-BAMO**- " Js OS  SHUT. e_OVT.3TAMP AT17I2KD TO ALL GSNUlNEPAI'-KSTa,  nr-;rrSgVBXSSS3SLUtl Mt U'SilrH   II.  DO YOU W.A^T TO KNOW  ^*"*" the facta about SHORTHOl.NCATTLE 7  Tho breed for the farmer or rancher Write the Secretary to-day for FREE PUBLICATIONS, and _.e>  your name on our free mailing; list.  DOMSNION  SHORTHORN   BREEDER'S ASSOC'M  W.A.Dryden.Pres. G.E.Day. See.     e  Brocikiin. Ont, Guelph, Onfc  tions  become  more  normal.  A  suggestion   that  the  government  lot  -���������  r- 4-1 ��������� c->  LU    cue  11 yj u vj i  +   <"-.*-(*-������ -I" -*-4  MONEY ORDERS  ameliorate its financial problems was  made in a speech, at Carlisle by Baron  d'Abernon, chairman of the central  (liquor traffic) control board, and  we'll known as a financier. Baron  d'Abernon said that despite the increased taxations, the profits from  the  sale  of liquor  were  greater  than  i at   anv  ne.-ind   in   Ihe   trade's   history.  I -    ��������� "".'  jlf financial  conditions required  it, he  Cholera infantum is one of the  fatal ailments of childhood. It is a  trouble that comes on suddenly,  especially during the summer months  and unless prompt action is taken  little one may soon be beyond aid.  Baby's Own Tablets are an idea!  medicine in warding off this trouble.  They regulate the bowels and sweeten the. stomach and thus prevent all  the dreaded summer complaints.  They are an absolutely safe medicine  being guaranteed by a government  analyst to contain no opiates or narcotics or other harmful drugs. They  cannot- possibly do harm ��������� they always do good. The Tablets are sold  by medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a- box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Buy your out of  row.-i  supplies ���������������"'������"-   added,      the   revenue      from   alcohol  mmion   Kxprcss   Money   Orders.        X-ive   aol- ! ' "  lars  costs   three   cents  could easily be brought up to   i.200,-  = i 000,000  ve;  irlv.  Man to Make 5,000 Trucks Do Work  of 95,000 Vehicles  London.���������A. G. Gattie, in a conference with the board of trade committee with reference to his scheme  for the reform cf freight traffic - in  London, said that his proposal to  use 5,000 motor trucks for the transport of commodities through London  in connection with a centralized  freight station, would take 95,000 vehicles off the traffic-jammed streets.  Criticizing the present methods of  handling cargoes on the London  docks, he said it reminded him of  "bailing a cistern  with  a teaspoon."  He advocated the cmploj-mcnt of  deep water wharves, abandoning  docks.  rz~rrz~z���������!  luinard's Liniment Co.,  Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������I had a Bleeding Tumor on my face for a long time and  tried a number of remedies without  anv good results. I was advised to  try MINARD'S     LINIMENT,     and  OINTMENT*. TALCUM  The pore-cleansing, purifying and  sterilizing properties of this wor-dcr-  I ful skin soap, lising plenty of hot  water and soap, best applied -with  the hands, will prove helpful to those  who use it for tbe first time. Touch  ������mptions, roughness or irritation,  if any, with Cuticura Ointment before bathing.    "Dry and dust lightly  | v.-ith Cuticura Talcum, & fascinating  fragrance for powdering and perfuming the skin.     Nothing better  **"_*"_-"*    .*!__  their cost is but little.  At__h*w������*-k    i0~~m-m*x    grm--- -- ���������*��������� ���������  Cuticura Soap 25c.,C.ntme_-at25and|>0c-J,  Talcum 25c. plus Canadian duties.  2 OUp-..  Sold  everywaere.    s-or sampis eacn tree aa-  dre-ss: *"Cuticara,D9P-.N,Bostoa,U^J^.**  I dre  M~m~~mm  The poor mavn who is going* down-  after using several  bottles it made a j Hines  has   s;       d  a  contract  awa  complete   cure,  and   it   healea  all   up   . ,      ���������,  ., A, -, ~.-..  and  disappeared  altogether. | ,nS the Pullman company $ll,/_>0,  ..���������i _, ���������  IICCUS     d.  To safeguard the child from damage thai worms cause, use Miller's  Worm Powders, the medicine par excellence for children. Tkese powders will clear thc systcm entirely of  worms,    will regulate    and stimulate  appeared  altogct  DAVID HENDERSON.  B_"*"."*' *-"������������������      ���������" ~t r' /*��������������� _ -XT   I*"**  cileisic   "Manon,   i**-nigs   *-_-0.,   N.o.  Sept. 17, 1904.  Pay $11,750,000 Rent  Washington,   D.C.���������Rail      Director  ard   000  - as one vear's  i i. was recently announced  rental for thcir coaches,  Mysterious Blaze  ���������t ri-tmi clxr   r. ftr*nrr>A    1-.tr   fl-iA  ���������  TT������*.*f _^.-1  -**������ a.   j    a x  c?       I     Oil  -or Toothache.  ������iepOn.eu   ai   cieaipni,.     So  acute    and  i -t li f-   nreTinc   tn    I    ������*���������"*���������--      ��������� -  r_3���������-*������������������     ������*-_jr .j               ~ ~i    __ | worms,  and  will   encourage  healthful  ���������There  is     no   operation of  the  digestive  processes,  distressing    as " "  Would Abolish Conscription  Washington.���������Withdrawal   of  : No matter how deep-rooted the  '; corn or wart may be, it must yield  | to  Hollow-ay's  Corn  Cure  if used  as  the:  r i  toothache.     When  you  have  so     un-  r~ xr.- cj���������.*j..- <3o .- -, Tji-,4.1, /-.-* 17,,-e. ��������� welcome a visitor, applv Dr. Thorn-  Captam ?tnith  Saw a Flash  of Fue^.,   Ecleclric  on  accl0^ding  to  direc-  ��������� ien   ivliles   DistariL | tions a'nd vou will find immediate re-  New   Yoi-k.-Another  mystery     of;!icf*    ).} touches the nerve with sooth-  , it-    JI1S'   eliect   and  the   pain   departs     at  thc  sea  was  reported  upon   thc  am-; oncc_    Tliat it w-n case  toothache is  val of  the     steamer  Meraukc,     from  another fine quality of this Oil, show-  Rotterdam,  with  a  tale   of  a  strange', ing  the many uses it has.  explosion.    Captain  lames Smiih saiu; .  that when approximately 600 miles j Thc rnick of a riflc sorties the  from New York hc saw a flush of fire average woman less thau the crack  to the north of his ship at 3.50 a.m. *lJ* d-^ ������- lhc ll:inds of thc Iurcd  He judged it was about ten miles dis- \ ilc'P-  taut   from   his   position.        _ ./Minard's    Liniment   for" sale every-  xnrec   hours   later,   Captain     Smith,     w_-_ere.  rcpoitcel,       reel-hot       material       was ���������-���������..������������������  thrown     high  into     the   air     and  he':        Confiscated   Jewels   Recovered  "plainly heard a terrific, explosion. He,     Vienna.   ���������   Baron   Adolph   TJlman,  found    no   trace  of  wreckage,     how- j director-general    of    the    Hungarian  ever, although the weather w-as clear' general credit bank, is quoted by the  and   there  was   a   smooth   sea. Vienna papers as saying that the pri-   i vate accounts,  and  likewise  the jew-  An Easy Pill to Take.���������Some per-i .Is confiscated by ihe Bela Kun gov-  sons have repugnance to pills be- crnment i,avc* bi-cn found intact in  cause of then* nauseating taste.    Par-    .  thi  c   j-edgue  Nations   two   years   after   ratification  a t .������������������ -x    r. ,^r.x i -. ^,.~^r,r.~     oi  tne peace ireacy, n111oss an iiaLions i-n/r*____-,.i������_  As a vermifuge it cannot be surpass-! .    ' .    . '     . .       :Minarus  ed in effectiveness. | abolish conscription within that time, j     ralgia.  .-  j was provided for in a bill introduced    Bc   happy     and  perhaps you'll  bcjby Senator Tones, Washington, a Re-j     The   average  good. i publican.  White lies are apt    to    le?.ve blacl  marks  on   a   man's   reputation.  Liniment    Relieves     Neu-  _/-������*������.-/-������/v*r'. ���������*-  v-jvv.vjj s~  **������ J.*.*��������� xx  man   is  v.  moderately  . e    -pt-i ry. rrnr)  .-      w..S5P������t_.>-".  I  1    .p.-       ,  t i    -ii-ii��������� ��������� i me various  banks.    The jewels were  melees vegetable Pills arc so prepar- <* "-*���������"������������������*-' j   *    .  ed as to make llicm agreeable to the ! systemalically      tagged     with      their  most,   fastidious.     Thc   most   delicate j owners'   nanus.  can   lake   them   w'thotit     feeling   th.e I  .,._  revulsion   that   follows   the   taking  of j     .J.]i.. , f j      ,n  ordinary.pills.    J his is one reason for  Lhe  popularity     oi   those  pills, but the niaiu, reason is their  high tonical quality as a medicine for  the stomach.  The heart of a  coquet    is     like    *a  street car,    inasmuch    as  there is al  wavs  room   for  one  ;*:orc.  Aero   Club  of Manitoba  Winnipeg.���������Tin' Aito Club of "Manitoba is to be the official title of the (  organization of fjirnu-r air service'  men formed in thi:* city recently. The  objects of the chili are to promote  good fellowship among those interested in Hying, to promote flying and  to safeguard lliers, to assist in recruiting in an ciiiergeiii-y, to render  charitable and financial aid to flying  men in case of ne-e-d, anil lo stimulate-  interest in living; also to raise patriotic  fuuels if the necessilv arise':'.  .  I  i  ���������  i  i  i  ���������  Hurrah!   How's This  ,i  i  Cincinnati   authority says corns j  dry up and  lift out |  with   fingers. .  3 i  'I      4^       ^-I  H -z <\m  :������*-, *   \-\\l  4 **.**    /  'xaW''- V.iSS**'  ���������    ^^ '"^''^/dsSrffi  89  New Air Stunt Succeeds  New York.���������A. feat ue-ve-r before  attempted,) was successfully performed heie by liiii.i: ..i\ i..'f.ii *���������., \>liu flv\v  con.s<;euliv'cly r.iuU r il.c live East  River bridges. Lieut. A. S. Roberts  headed the trio with Lieut. C. If.  Burgess, who was recently niarrie-el  in an airplane, <*'��������� hi*" *��������� ��������� i"', rmel T.ie*nt.  N. T.. l-'.Uiott on his right. They  flew in  the  form  of a  triangle.        ~~  Hospital recorel*. show _ that every  time you cut a corn you invite lockjaw or blood poison, which is needless, says a Cincinnati authority, who  tells you that a quarter ounce of a  drug called freezone can be obtained  at little cost from the drug store, but  is sufficient to rid one's feet of every  hanl  or  soft   corn   or  callus.  You simply apply a    few    drops of  | I'ree/.one on a teneler, aching corn and  soreness is instantly relieved. .Shortly the. entire emu can lie lifted out,  mul   and   all,   without   pain.  1 Thi:* driii. is sticky, but drie.i at  unci: and is claimed to just shrivel up  any   corn   without   inllainiug   or   even  : irritating the surrounding tissue or  skin.  !      If   your   wife   wears   high   he-els   she |  wiii be e.iaei io know ot  this.  (PATENT APPLIED FOR)  -ffeB 11 ������,&-**&! ITmif \\~\S~\Mxf\s\~x^l\MWaf. m  UHM-Atf*  ^ilflPl if a  mm[*m~\-\^~rx.������[r i gi s^sg^a-i^  MOVABLE IN AIX BIRECTIOISS  THEY KEEP OUT DUST, WIND. RAIN, SLEET 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 first  put on the market in the United States.  JL..<..������������������������'-' n<'o<l no proicciioii io llicir Slices when riding in the front scut  when the Car is FITTED WITH THESE WINGS  .-.-*-**v-e..,*****..  ^-T.Y>M^^ ..'   -.���������  .4'..._. v,., ...-,.,-*-*������������������  i^W  i'l  ffl  3 ��������� ���������' ^,r^Z^':'/Z���������-'���������"Z.l...,:l-..alA-,l/-Z  1  \.ZA.'\ ," '\\ V_k\ ** '���������V-..'--:-*_____2_^rC^^  \ >>A<-'H������^  v.;.v*',-' ;^*jte!���������*t^^  ���������r-yr/jr/    . Si**i  W'  ..  '     ,   '.     *44_\  ~t~-m*im-?~^trs^^  PV4 j|!V.-.---ti'H|..e'r*^  l>������p"ti,'l!*_l**'  '1S^^?^^  .Jt'.PH'-HI-l  !S l*^*?5t'_!,-."'l't" *^****t: tr-*r-~tdW'i^>~hm  *������iii'ii"������iiii_ i -Ttxiim ������ ilm^mi^-r-n���������xi ���������L*^--������~^u\.-������'r.',\&  mivx-it'tiislt .--<���������<*���������������������-H**WWr-������...|WB*������^! i ifill^ill'r  ^82.^s*.p^.]r  >������tf*.       -mumm,.-, ������������������ ���������������������������*  Finder of Gold at Vimy Kidge-Sought  I iiiulon ��������� < 'au wlian head'ju:!rters  ha- i iti i-. cii an 111111111 > uum.i j u ing n-  sum of gohl slatcel to have been buried mi ;\ I.afolie- farm, ne-ar Vimy  h'iilgr, by a fanner, and sub.see|Uenl-  i_v     iii.-.. m i i t. d       by    t .iii.uli.il.    .a.bin. I .',  who gave it. lo their superiors.  Anybeiely peisse Ssing ���������'������������������*>' knowh'elge:  ul    llilp    ui.iiii l     idniiiui       p.ul iilniiiiii'. ile.  IV  . i .1      i 4 4. .Ill 4 ( i i.i i   i .   I  ;,,  **- " "p-"* 1       l-fpp.  I'HU    l-.lii>ll__Il    ��������� nCi'i  "What   small   feet  your  wife has!"  "\'i::,    but     they're    plenty big  en-  i <-i11;.��������� 11  whi'ii :'h<' Marts lu walk all enei  1   llll','  PB  tff*~4+tW'im^T^**\^  ill  HA  Mil  lCo>riil Sinii>i<'X WiJieushitMil W'Injis eliminate the drnup.hc for those in the front  Heat. In rainy weather it is not neceajiavy to n.-.e side curtains tor the tront seat, the-roby  alle-nvinc** tlu^ rlriver lhe s.--iir������e view of (he roarl a������ in clear weather.  HI-STAVr., I.HIICK $2.^.00 per pjur NET  In IS'Ie-lcol or *ltliirl_. l-'i������niii������*l  In  i������.-.lp*riit-i jiivii <Ii������ name of ������-iii' iinil   yj-nt* (mil.  (jui Ixi  |ii'<jiiiiiii   Iiiiiii  H   .~ H_  I'D.O.V    A   "K'       "������  *���������  t*"|ft 'H  '*������ "*, K    ^ ^ *'>*"   V.'AYU '^"r-M'Y.     "MVCjH'j"''--'    "?.P!"H"ri"h  120 Wellington Shed West, TORONTO, CANADA  ������*������  V'*i *-���������  i.i.  i ;.mi  M  17.1 W.irXh-imoit  Ave.,   WINNIPFfi.  M:m.  i )r iioni ;itiy ile-ahi* In _*'\n.������-������iMP~fi-)i(������. Sur.pu  iI" ';  cr k  '--jmrn-M-tW^^  mm.dmdtmmmAmmmAmmmmKmatimmmm4mmtAmimdtmm.m.miim... ."  m^-rr-rm-rrp���������pjftzyp:  l___9_i__ffl_____!!_i!____^  <smmsim4imm~mi-mi~^  iMniwiiSin^ ^l~wSS~mttSSSS!BaSS^m^S^^SsSa  THE  CKESTO'S   BEVD-W  THE CRESTON REVS  IE*  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C*  Subscription : $2 a year in advance;  $2.50 to U.S. points.  C. P. Hayes, Editor and Owner*  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY* SEPT. 19  TSSB S~^SSS-~S Pos*tio������ssB  presentation to the exclusion of the  interior���������opinion pretty generally  will be that the Kootenaian does  not come far from telling the truth  the whole truth and nothing but  the truth in the above-stated view.  ������&__  Great minds do not always run  in similar channels. While The Review has always had the idea that  when   Hon.  -Mi~X.Xl.x7  JJJLOiX U_.ll  "Dp-  prr-rol I  - 1. \-X.  shelved at Ottawa R. F. Green,  M.P., would be selected to succeed  him as. minister of mines, the Kaslo Kootenaian is not seeing things  that way, and in rather vigorous  fashion Editor Grier states the re  son why in his last issue, after this  fashion:  Respite the exceedingly dry season  Penticton still maintains the fruit  orop will exceed last year's by a margin of 20 per cent.  The Herald says Penticton apples  will be of the smaller size this year,  though the peaches have not suffered  in this respect at all.  Ill^aH   _^_#%iiii H  Piano Tuning &Repainn  J. A. P. CROMPTON **  Qualified Piano Tuner  Eight vears experience. Highest references. Single tuning. $4. Two  tunings a year. $7.  In last issue the Creston   Review  touches on possible   federal cabinet-  changes and says that' Burrell will  probably drop out   of   the   cabinet  and Bob Green take   the   portfolio  of mines. There are  probably   two  reasons  why   this   will   not   take  place.    The first one is that Burrell  will not let go until he   is sure of a  life job either in the  senate or civil  service. It is well known that Shat-  ford beat him to the   upper   house  two years ago.     The second reason  why this is not iikely   to happen ia  that Bob Green may not accept the  portfolio of mines   in   the   present  government,   and    we   believe   he  would be foolish to do so. The writer is one of those who  opposed Mr.  Green's nomination in the Conservative convention, because   he   was  not a resident of the   constituency.  He is the only  live   representative  from British Columbia in the federal house. Delegations   from   other  constituencies usually   have to   go  to him for   assistance   when their  own representatives can't find time  to attend to their affairs.   By   accepting a portfolio "Mr. Green, would  simply   be   scrapping   himself   in J  about the poorest junkpile that was I  ever shoveled together in the  British Empire.  Within the month Vancouver  despatches to the daily press would  tend to create the   impression that  We  w*--.   are  distributors for the  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on 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 here-  inaiu6r 86u out, tor- ueliiiQuent taxes unpaia oy saio. persons on tiis 3iSt usy ������������ DficeKiber, 1918, and. tor  iuterest, 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 PROPERT.E:  Name of Person Assessed  .ft-Eii.  SiflOfs* i-rSSOirip&.C  Property  M    fx*  Arrears of Costs &  Aii Taxes   int.   Expenses    .ot.  Uooctar  iiook Absorber  Put   on   for $25  and  guaranteed   to   satisfy  and not to break���������or  money refunded.  ���������-*-������������������������-." (S-^ .   ..;    !���������  De LaMare,  Groves, J. E  Shultz, S. D.  Pfielfer. A.  Jones, J. T.  DeRose,  J.  .  Jones, T. J.  Shultz:, S. D.  Lambert, R.  Smith, Mrs.  -���������**. ������������������:_��������� "ww w.���������-���������"���������".  P. M    lot    lots 3, 4, blk 21    lots 18, 19, blk. 32    lots 23, 24, blk. 33    lots 3 to6, blk.  36    lot 18, blk. 37      lot 1, 2, blk. 45      lot 24, blk.  46      lots 7, 8, blk.  47  .  H  lots 11, 12, blk. 51  SUBDIV. LOT 58A  Map 266  22, 23, 24, blk. 16      $80.00  -ZSZM'-  *���������������������������������������������"_"'2  T>~.        IP-   LilWIlU,    -YIJ.O  UL.  xr  XX.  C*x   OkCVCUO,  4-L-  Ir.JC  n.GiTi ������.������"-*"  frvv  that cit3*, would step into Mr. Bnr-  rell's shoes. Should anything like  this happen���������thus giving both Victoria and   Vancouver   cabinet   re-  If you want a car to work  for you, buy a Ford.  If you want to work to keep  up a car, buy something  else.  SUBDIV.  LOT 96  Map 284B  Being the Hume Addition to the City of Nelson  R. K    lots 31, 32, blk. 2    Busk.   C. W    lots 31, 32, blk. 7    Larrabee, Mrs. I    lot  33,  blk.  7    .-,.'   Cassidy, J. H.    lot 17, blk. 9   Ransome, Isabella    lot 18, blk. 9    Ringrose, Jos, Estate of       lot 19A (except 2% ft.) & 20, blk. 8    Carlson,  Oie    lot 1, blk. 10   Lun, Sam  .:.    lot 4, blk. 37   Bremner. D. Estate of         ...   lots 4 to 6, blk. 38  ...   . LOT 97  Addition to City of Nelson  Map 727  Miller, J. Rae, Estate of     E% of lot 2, blk 15   Miller. .T. Rae.. Estate of          lot  1,  blk.  22      LOT 182  Davies Addition to City of Nelson  Map 486  Creston Auto & Supplv  R.S.Bevan    COMPANY  Liaurie,  Andre*-*?         lots 4 to 6, blk. 4 ..  Tuzo,  John  A  lots 9 and 10, blk.  Houston, A. Li  lots 4, 5, 6, blk. 6  Long, Anthony  lot 12, blk. 8    Dancy,  James    lot 3, blk. 22    If you are nee-ding  Hardy, Violet A.  SUB. PART LOT 304  Rosernont Addition to City of Nelson  Map 1136  lots 6 and 7, blk. 13    Subdiv. of  Lot 23IS  Map   1262  i and 5, blk. 1  11,  blk.   1     5, blk. 3    11    11    11         11     i nf SfSs* n  now is the time to buy  We  have   just   unloaded  a   car  of  these. ;it  Creston  Houlahan, Mary A  lot  Washburn, Albert   lot  Robinson, John R  lot  Clark, W. S  lot 2, blk.  Hargin, W.  N  lot 4, blk.  Hargin, W.  N ,  lot 6. blk.  Seggie, C. Y  lot 7, blk  Downey,  M  lot 9, blk. ii  McDougaii,   C.   K  lot 4, blk. 12  Woodward,   Agnes     lot 6, bik. 12  Scott,  Jas. P.     lots 15, 16,  Head, K. T  lot 17, blk.  Patmore, E. H  lot 18, blk.  Ewings,   G.   T  lot  3,  blk.  Ewings, A. E  lot  Hill,  Robt  lot  Hill,  Robt  lot  Picaviello,  Emilo    lot  Allen, Robt. V  lot  Sibley,  Albert,  B.   M  lot  Nelsonj-^Andrew   D  lots 4 and 5, blk  Smith, Beatrice M  lot 8, blk. 15    Rosehill,   A  lot 13, blk.  24 .  2, blk.  5, blk.  10, blk,  13, blk,  16, blk  2, blk.  blk.  12  12 ..  14  14 ..  14  14  14  14  15 ..  12  15  Schmidt, Mrs.  J.  "ERiE TOWNSITE"  Being a Subdiv. of Parts of Socs. 5, 7, 8  To. 14, Block 8, Lot 1237  Map 641  lots 7 and 8, blk. 6   Canyon City Lumber Company  L.fe/IITED  iHMIM-���������������!���������������[Ill il - n    ������������������!������������������������   .i   r.7- ~~.mm4mmm.m>mt00Arm m ill ��������� -Minium  "GREEN  CITY TOWNSITE"  In Sees. 2 and 3, Tp. 37, Lot 1238  Map 739  Talman,  McVeigh    lot 4, blk. 1 _.   Castle, Mrs. ia. Ivi    lot  7,   blk.   1      Clark, Thoa. G    lot 8, blk. 1    Johnson, Mrs. M. E    lot 10, blk. 1    AU-xamlm*, David      lotH 11 and 12, blk. 2    AndorBon, R    lot  C.  blk.   5      Hamilton, Mrs. P. *L   lot 7, blk. 5    .Tonkins, Mrs. K.  L    lot 0 and 10, blk. G    Ronton, Jas    lot 5, blk. 6    Fletcher, C.  F    lotn 1 and 2, blk. 7    H tt  II  You  i i  NBtiil 3  r'.'i     j iii*.   j ir..-*.'!  WmU  *-*-*"-SUmUm  E idisu  i  "SA.LMO TOWNSITE"  Lots 206 and 206A  Map Q22A  II  lot 22, blk. 2      lotn !> to 12, blk. Si      lotn 5" uim  10, blk.  WUlliml,  Voriia  lot 18, blk. 10    Jonon, Mm. S-n.ai.na   lotH 1 and 2, blk.  J.K-luton,  Arthur  *W  lot 11. blk. B    Snll-ibnrv. W. It  lotn 10 and 11, blk. C.  Maitland, E. <1  lot 16, blk.  C     I.Iiiih'ii.  (lla    lot  IB, blk. 1)    Hall,   Edwin  ,".:���������.!'.-bury,   W   T*  T.ouliy,  Mrs.  J.  IU  28  I II  l . \i iii-ii \  i...i ( N/s.u.ilii'i. C ;;���������!'-'���������! ',-!.'*m.   u, ,.  <l 'J.t ,\ IP . y        fit  I '..nieis  ���������^���������H  ���������       1  !!  _____ * 1*01       04  IMione. me.  Mi'*-*'  "KITCHENER   TOWNSITE"  Lot 25*16  .....   nno  Mille-r,   .i.    10   Klnliiy,    l������'.   H   lot 0, bll(. ft  I  ���������   l  4> ,  II  p   I  f I  . '*0.0Jm     ���������    . \kixxt    " ��������� ���������  -f   *_,_#  m^Otr-m.        -00.0 -T4  ���������-������.���������_- ���������-'...  ������.._... f. -x-J i. ;j j. ���������: ]   r".    ("*, fl  ItlxV    tUt    h~ SuSrrtod t,4fdd      M������'.������*������4r|'    *������.������   mrt0tj.  *��������� ^tA^ t?*-   l-~ 0*d4*iTd tdt tm* t������4 Am'" IJ������I 4mA \~1'  I .  i      :  I    I  l-'llllllV       .lllll   ;v"i.'lliinlli.l    ('.hur.'.h      Mel.e-enl,   Mm.   Klnlay  Vinir   Mln.'i'.'i   (Iniiiii  V'l-'-i'v.     Id.1.1  li.il.. .,   Mli,:.   I'''*;uu-I;i  M.iltri',    ivium   i-iiuh,ii.  ������������������YlvilH  TOWfplS.TE"  Subdiv. Sec. 7, Tp. 17, Lot 1242  Map C40  lot 2, bllt. K      ioi. 5, bik. 12    W.  Vi  -^  -K-- W.  V/  10, blk.  10     IS. 'f *' "L,,U *   ���������*��������� -AA ������*"������ ���������"-������*' -     ���������  l,il  ft, blk. 25    I.jti.   I   Uj   'Ai, I-.'-   ������������������''  lotn   1   to 'Mi, Dlu. :>i>    80.00  $ 6.14  ? 2.75  $88.89  10.00  .75  2.75  13.50  16.50  1.67  2.75  20.92  16.00  1.25  2.75  20.00  17.50  1.50  2.75  91 ���������"I"'  CIA.. 1 IU  a.Zis  .<o  40. id  tt tin  XI. 1 .'  11.50  1.00  2.75  15.25  IJ.^U  .85  2."5  11.8R  77.00  7.70  2.75  87.45  24.00  .40  2.75  27.15  110.00  11.12  2.75  123.87  ii.oo  I.I2  2.75  ���������* a Ar?  X*S.O I  5.50  .47  2.75  8.72  28.00  2.28  2.75  33.03  66.00  6.68  2.75  75.43  48.00  3.68  2 75  54.43  55.00  5.58  2.75  63.33  8.00  .70  2.7K  11.45  12.50  .73  2.75  15.98  9.50  22.15  1.10  2.60  2.75  2.75  13.35  27.50  12.00  .92  2.75  15.67 .  *? AC  \f**~%~>  an  9 7K  ���������"������ ftO  32.00  2.45  2.75  37.20  5.00  .50  2.75  8.25  32.00  2.45  2.75  37.20  26.25  .95  2.75      29.95  9.00  .60  2.75  12.35  1.88  .12  2.75  4.75  8.07  .54  2.75  11.36  4.00  .30  2.75  7.05  8.00  .62  2.75  11.37  14.00  1.06  2.75  17.81  13.00  1.03  2.75  16.78  7.90  ".A  2.75  11.19  6.00  .46  2.75  9.21  6.00  .46  2.75-  9.21  9.00  .65  2.75  12.40  12.00  .92  2.75  15.67  6.00  .46  2.75  9.21  9.30  .70  2.75  12.75  2.60  .20  2.75  5.55  4.80  .35  2.75  7.90  10.00  .75  2.75  13.50  8.71  .65  2.75  12.11  2.63  .15  2.75  5.53  9.00  .65  2.75  12.40  n.r.o  .75  2.75  15.00  7.59  .56  2.75  10.90  24.31  1.81  2.75  28.87  6.00  1.00  .45  .10  2.75  2.75  9.20  3.85  0.0.  .1.)  .VII  j^.IU  1.00  .10  2.75  3.85  1.00  .10  2.75  3.85  1.15  .10  2-?5  4.00  1.00  .10  2.75  3.SC  1.00  .10  2.75  3.85  1.15  .10  2.75  ��������� 4.00  1.00  .10  2.75  8.85  1.15  .10  2.75  4.00  2.31  .22  2.75  5.2S  53.60  4.15  2.75  60.50  ���������������������*.oo  4.fif>  ?,.75  53.35  25.13  1.85  2.75  29.73  3.35  .25  2.75  6.35  2.88  .25  2.75  5.88  36.85  2.80  2.75  42.40  1.7ft  .10  2.75  4.61  3.35  .10  2.75  (i.20  . e ���������>  1.00  .08  *mi. I *>  2.75  3.83  t)._!0  .f.r*  2.75  12.80  :>.'.)<>  ������������������ii  '.* tr.  fr   T.  *1.������M  .tin  ���������:'.. 75  7."i������  9.20  .85  2.75  12.80  :u.r,"i  3.40  '.'.75  40.65  6.80  .riii  2.71-  lO.eiu  4.1 K  .25  **/.Tj  7. IK  "���������.mi  \i  '/.en  l>.    1    .<  (<'/.,H...l.eii .1   e,lj   Vi-.;:'?  p'*e) 3S3.ES  >*'?  /  '*���������/���������"  THE  CSESTOH. BEVIEW  iraae  T>.,.  Seoten&ber Meat  ���������r*_r> a#J  Marine of Ferson Assesses  named to  Nineteen members were out for the  September meeting of the Board of  Trade on Tuesday night, President  Constable occupying the chair, with a  number of live local questions claiaj-  ing the attention of the session. Jas.  Cherrington was elected tc member  ship, whieh gives the board a list of 42  members.  An interim report on the entertainment of the Nelson   board members  and  business   men  who   are   coming  here on the 27th to see the fair and to  get a clo**ie-up introduction to Kootenay Fii_.tR reclamation and i/ne Valley  generally, showed that almost 75 visitors  may be expected, which will  include the members of  the Veterans'  brass band, which is about 22 strong.  The band is accompanying the Nelson  delegation and it is expected that it  will be available to supply music afternoon and evening, supplementing the  efforts of the Crecton band if it is sufficiently reorganized to be able to play  that day.    Present plans would seem  to be to devotp the afteri.oon to seeing  the. fair with  the banquet at night,  while Sunday morning'will be taken  up with a trip over the  flats anel such   x���������   .-js  a.\ TT..*l..��������� ..rx   Xi .-__v   .  ���������Jill US *jx  uu.   ������ auvry na i_i.no   ,  of. Committees have been  look after accommodation of the visitors, and it is hoped, in this connection  that the. C.P.R. sleeping car will be  run up from Sirdar, and placed on the  sidetrack here for Saturday night,  whieh wjll sleep quite *������.. few of those  expected. *���������  Un the visit of the federal  reelama- j  tion expert, E. T. Drake, the president  reported  that if   sufficient   notice,  is  given of his ariival  a delegation wiii  be up from Bonners Ferry to present  the American side of the case to him.  On  irrigation Robt. Stark  reported  that' ?������.���������  the -Said work on the Arrow  Creek-Creslon scheme is now complete j  and the  report as to  the best system  and the cost thereof might be expected reasonably soon.    By utilizing both  O'Kell atid Arrow Greeks ample water  is assured for at least 3000 acres.  The necessary anthoi-itv was given  the fall fair committee to prepare the  best possible fruit display for the  Cranbrook fair early iu October. The  big East Kootenay exhibition prize  list has been enlarged to include all  the fruit sections shown in the Creston list, with prize rnoiiey -totalling almost $350 for fruit aline".  There was a very thorough discussion of the fruit selling done at the  C.P.R. station, and the opinion was  very freely expressed that in many  cases only culls'were being offered feu-  sale, auu that in conseQusnce -"a-ley  fruit was getting some undesirable  publicity. C.P.R, authorities will  written to asking if  K  matter of getting in touch with Road , -������->.������������������ rr  Supt^ Moore asking that the roads on j jsjelsoii Assessment L/istrict���������-uontmueu irorn -fage -3.  tlie fiats particularly be given some  needed attention to put them in good  fcravelable shape for fair day's invasion  by Nelson "business men. and aiso that  the road grader be got to work to put  other sections of the Valley roads in  fair good shape. The minister of  works will be written to asking that*^|  the ferry be operated on Sunday dur  ing the haying season.  Trail has just started in ta spend  $10,000 putting down new cement sidewalks.  ith, "S  Wallace, C. A  Beemer, John  "Larson,  Short Description of  *-*���������<.      Property  "FRUITVALE TOWNSITE"  Subdiv. of Lots 37 and 210, in Tp.  Lot 1236  Map 785C  lot 8, blk. A    lot 1, bik. B ;   Arrears of  AS, T3SC8S  ���������nt.  Costs &-  Expenses  lot.  11A and 12A  B  3.30  *7 e*.  4.65  Albert   ��������� -    lot 4,  lot 18, blk. B         **.uu  *.... A   T-V-..   _-,          12.00  blk. C  ;*.    '?.$-  "FALLS CITY TOWNSITE"  ������ -,__���������____���������_. ...    s_r.-..-.*._i5.-pp_. District"  Nelson ferry handled over 6000 passengers, last month���������an increase of fifty  per cent over the same month in 1918.  The News admonishes the citizens of  Vernon not to be afraid to drink the  city water in its raw state. Although  the supply is limited the purity is of  the usual high standard.  Wallace,  Wallace,  C. A.  Addition A, Kootenay  Map 1029  lots 4 and 35, blk. I_ ...  C. ������A* ".-...ll.."l..l."!l]."."....l.l......   lots 10 and 11, blk. N  "CRESTON  TGWNSiT-e.*'  Map 693  CQR  Griffin & Mallandaine  Myers, J. E   lot 9,  lot 4,  blk.  blk.  49A  E ...  Synopsis @f  Creston Mercantile Co.  Ltd    All blks. J &  Map 890  K.    2.50  2.50  16.66  4.18  21.00  .18  7ft  .32  .92  .25  .25  1.50  .35  3.54  2.75  g ?".  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  _-..D  6.23  11.30  ~7.72  15.67  5.50  5.50  20.91  7.28  .7.29  "v..  ���������"���������Til ���������������>������������������������ ^"K.������ikVi  J-AX -.������-.������* ~-> W -.mm  be  _ some plan cannot  .,e worsea out whereby only fruit that  is of at least average quality will be  allowed to be sold.  To Geo. Johnson was delegated the  Is there any  Meat  iiouse?  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry ?  Shamrock Brand  HatTzs sz-td Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked riant  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &C0  are always* to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products.  URNS  & GO., Ltd.  Minimum price of nrst-ciass iana  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  $2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is non-timber land.  *P->.l"i*"pl*Ptp<2i'Pirv   T.r,*a.-fp_Ypp-pl-prpT__3    H-l-OllS-ie*-���������-  but parties of nor more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each" making  necessary improvements on respective  claims.  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  Ave years and make improvements to  value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  lss**; *'"*?*:>.n s vip^**s   _*.*7c*. _*._*.������ -T-t'.���������.i "proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.  * Records    without    permanent   residence 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  wiii   operate   as   forfeiture.     Title  cannot  be  obtained  in  less  than  5 years,  and  improvements  of   $10.00   per  acre,   including   5  acres  cleared  and- cultivated,  and residence  of at least 2 years are required. q_,  Pre-emptor holding Crown grant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual" occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres,   may   be   leased  as  homesites;  title to be obtained after fulfilling resi-  I     dential and improvement conditions,  I -4.-..r    __-*X_.__.|_*    __I_v-     l*4-PAu3p.r*>*-*._     _*rUr***rGc������*}->  I    areas   exceeding   640   acres   may   be  leased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpage.  Naroral hay meadows inaccessible  by existing roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is made.  PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE      GRANTS  ___ A (f^-T*  |g^ r~\%~s ���������  m  The j-*cope of this Act Is enlarged to  Include all persons joining and serving with His Majesty's Forces. TBe  timo within which the heirs or devisees  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  for title under this Act is extended  from for one year from the death of  such person, as formerly, until one  year after the conclusion of tha present  war. This privilege is also made retroactive. .g$  No fees relating to pre-emptions are  due or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after June 26, 1918  Taxes are remitted for five years.  Provision for return of moneys accrued, duo anel been paid since August  4, 1914, on account of payments, fees  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  Interest on agreements to purchase  town or city lots held by members of  Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired  direct or indirect, remitted from enlistment to March 81. 1920.  SUB-PURCHA8ER8   OF   CROWN  LAJMDS.  Provision made for issuance of  Crown prrnnts to pub-purehnsers of  Crown Lands, acquiring rights from  purchasers who failed to complete  purchase, involving forfeiture, on ful-  tlllment 01* conditions of purchase, interest and taxes. Where sub-purchasers do not claim wholo of original par-  col, purchase price duo and taxes may  bo distributed proportionately ovor  wholo aroa. Applications must bo  made by May 1, 1920.  GRAZING.  Qms-lnt. Act. 1019, for systematic  development of llvostoclc Industry provides for grazing districts and range  administration under Commissioner.  Annual grazing permits Issued based  on numbers ranged; priority for ct-tab-  llHhoil jivvnoiji. Stuck-owiiui-b may  form AHiioclatlons for range management. Proo, or partially free, penults  for uottlers, cumpe.ru or travellers, up  to ton head. #  Larson,  Skinner,  Nelson,  Maude     Robertson, John ...  Rozander, Grover  McLaughlin, Thos  Thompson. John -  Rossander, Henry  Gross, Mrs. Lois  Newton, A.  H   "MeKELVEY & RANDALL EAST TRAIL"  A Subdivision of Part of Sublot 2   -  Lot 4598  6 ..:.   6    lot 7, blk.  lot 8, blk.  lot 7, blk. 10  lot 8, blk. 10  Snta   Q   anrt   10  4.V>-W_/ 04. ~m.~0.~~. ���������~.  lots 15 and 16,  lot 17, blk. 10 .  lot 20, blk. 10 ..  lot 26, blk. 10 .  lot 3, blk. 11 ...  hlk. 10 .  blk. 10  1.00  .10  2.75  3.85  11.00  .80  2.75  14.55  /***    t\tm  tx-.-f-x-  ���������..  ...  10.20  "D.OO  .71  2.75  12.82  21.23  1.65  2.75  25.63  22.59  1.75  2.75  27.03  7.70  .56  2.75  11.01  5.37  .39  c. rrtz  &.i~-  i an  9 nv.  4U* ��������� V  20.68  16.66  JU.ir 1  3.75  .23  2.75  "���������S.-73  ������-pRlj!TVALE  In Township 11A  SUBDIVISION"  and 12A, Lot 1236  Man 897  Presbyterian  Church    lot   B, blk. 93  3.95  .35  3.75  8.05  as 785B  Hitfp  Cooper, J. W   Wolford, John ..  Vickery, JZJhas. ..  Ashton, Cr-ias. ....  Brewster, J. 1. ..  Fallon. "Wm. K.  Larson, Albert .  Cowlin, H. A. ...  Cowiin, EL. A. ...  Henderson, Mrs.  Skinner,  "W  Lizzie  tn  block  98  block  118  block  144  nlOC**  172  block  173  block  183  block  219  block  289  block  290  bioek  291  block  293  "V  Dunton,  H. W   CJrontage Bros   Doughty, John M. ....  Mrs   (Iraee  "COLUMBIA GARDENS"  Subdivision  Lots 205, 205A, 205B  blocks 8 and 8A    block  10A      block   11A      blocks 13, 13A and 13B    "CENTRAL PAS-SK"  Map 850  Raney & Hall    Thos. P   *W.   and   Bailey,  A.  Van Alien, W. H   Jones,   Alfred      Bowhey,  Dawson,  ���������__T__'"~-a������������.'pV������  XlCUPJIiip-'",  G.  lot  lot  lot  lot.  lot  .SBStajHB  10   26    49   51  -   60  -   "WYNNDEL FRUJT  LANDS"  a Subdiv. of Sub Lots 6, 43. 44, 45  14.00  1.07  3.75  18.82  27.50  2.50  3.75  33.75  15.40  .90  3.75  20.05  23.60  2.20  3.75  29.55  -i A or.  ���������4.P..4W*.  7ft  3.75  16.38  9.00  .60  3.75  13.35  3.30  .65  3.75  13.70  27.50  .97  3.75  32.22  31.45  2.92  3.75  38.12  21.70  1.58  3.75  27.03  21.70  1.58  3.75  27.03  101.44  8.12  3.75  113.31  48.35  3.85  3.75  55.95  26.60  1.67  3.75  32.02  103.74  11.40  3.75  118.89  5.00  .47  2.75  8.22  6.00  .46  2.75  9.21  7.25  6.20  .65  .48  2.75  2.75  10.85  9.43  _2   /������/*k  3.60  .-~  iL.itj  \j.\r\s  \lWW$*&'&r' '?**^*p?*p -fsi^-*������S!'^;' ��������� j  Johnson, John     block  Man 864  25.40  1.65  3.75      30.80  "KASLO & SLOCAN  RLY. GRANT LANDS'  Lot 812,  G.I.  K.  D.  M-ir.   7SOA  -fi*.  iviyers,  Kemp, W. H.  Lee, Rev. R. W.  Renker,   Chas.  Quaife, Thos   Cartwright, W. E   Mellor, W. M. F. Estate of  70.80  60.00  6.98  4.60  3.75  3.75  81.&3  68.35  W*& block 2  S% block 23    "RODGERS SUBDIVISION OF LOT 812"  Map 730C  block 76  :   block   162      76.70  10.3S  7.85  .60  3.75  3.75  88.30  14.83  "LOT 891"   G. i. K.. D.  Map 698  block 7    block 11    21.60  20.80  26.35  1.58  1.27  1.80  3.75  3.75  3.75  or*, 4\r\  *j*0.ifO  25.82  31.90  Alice Broughton Mining Co.  Owens,  Ip.  13.00  4.00  McAstocker, C. J.  Ogilvie, Clarence  Hill, W. B   Blakelock,  C.  King, Dr. J. H  part of block 26  "LOT 892" G. I. K. D.  Map 698A  Ltd    part of block 2    "LOT 893" G. I.   K. D.  Map 823  ichard     Sublots 7, 8 9    "KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY GRANT LANDS"  Lot 222 G. I.   K. D.  Map 718  II    blocks 7 to 13  1       part block  14A       lot 1, block 16        lot 4, blk. 16     J    lot  890,   SOUTHERN  LAND GRANT"  Lot 4595 G. I.   K. D.  Map 770  1.70        3.75      18.45  .30  3.75  8.05  &, Thos.  B   (et al)  206.08  20.0R  3.75  229.89  77.4S  7.10  3.75  88.33  31.00  2.37  3.75  37.12  1G.28  .93  3.75  20.96  560.00  57.30  3.75  621.0,r*  ���������B. C.  Bird, H. & M.  McMoans, L.  Boc-war,   Earl  sublot  17  3.S5  3.75      57.60  It.  SI  _L<J.n <���������..���������,-���������"������������������.' "- ������������������"-.i-'-v ���������"���������---��������� ���������*���������������- ������������������*"���������"���������  JL   JL*V JL JeV.    *"#    M-~d4 ~-~m. X���������4 M.~-i xx m. i^->  CHEQUES  ,.mmxm>������.mmmm  Cosman,  McGhoG,  T,I u el Hay  W. P   Annie M.  Mary C.  McCvohan, P. J.  block 10,  blockn 13  block 13,  block 12,  block 13,  ijuuiui.  Map 787  sublot 20    nnd  16, sublot  Map 1044  BUblot 36    sublot 42    aublot 42    ire  Convenience, security and   economy  secured by the use of Travellers' Cheques  :."'..r';r.crl hy thi;: Bmik.    They eu:ihle tlie henr-  Jeffonion, A.  Bowncua, A. C.  Co-ibL-blo, Cuy  E    sublot  &  Boattio, R. E.  ...      " *"   *  iii       "LOT 4592"  0         15.00  21       16.00  14.00  10.00  20.00  8124  .00  .23  G.  I.   K. D.  40r..28  18.50  1 i  ������."l      tO     ip.n_-UCi.i_y       ii i -i-i.  L- <~  converted    into    the  0  ioj.c--t-,ii c������.*ii������...ry.  current   com   o  1!  f   any  IHE CANADIAN BANK  _.������������������*w T******     ���������/*****���������* j******. "!*)   .������*���������"*'    ���������*? "*r***" I'"*"**- *^*>* *���������*"**  vjr v.AJiviivj^K^jti,  H II  '������  u 8  M  Zi  MeMoani',  T.U.-ir-eT.ile--,  callon,  L   Kfithr-rlno  A.  .-   M..   and    Can*  s7%"of N.E.-vi HUblot 12    S.1"_.V_  nublot 12       35.40  .'���������COLUMBIA AND WESTERN  RLY.  LAND GRANT"  Lot 4598   G. I.   K.D.  HUblot  CR          48.00  iMouut* *i und .r. CVi jlI'l.), v.'A-.UA 70 46.20  "NELSON ������. FORT 8HEPPARD RLY. GRANT"  Tp. 7A, East of Columbia River  1.45  .76  1.63  4.50  40.CS  1.15  3.50  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  19.75  20.98  19.20  14.51  25.28  89.49  449.71  23.40  42.65  4.47  2.62  Cockayne,  Atlaniu,  lb-  V.  .  ...  T.  M.  |>1U t.  part  ilUiJlvJL  nublot  p������w   .  "'ll  mi el  x.~x. 0^L-tr.4^-ivttvM- mtX.1M*V#  Coiifari  York.  |i*ooi..i,  Keieilt),  l������'  W.  Sublot  nublot  ..i  "L't'T  1.1. A  30.\  .  1?^'  IHill  Jteui  X70  nubleii ;i, pian ^:l>>'  .r* ������.���������p. tP_*.<^_~k   C  (I   Kpnnf-ttr M;ina������tcir  V.       . I"   ���������**-*-* I, ������������������   p,r p|        M   .0 *   -  . 0  ������p������   ,������   M 4.        T~-m       -x..-0.m     0.-.-   .���������.-. ~��������� ~  ���������   ������������������ ��������� 5,    - xr  I   IIII.I. HI.,'!       ������ >-P     ���������       *  lli-iivn,  Jiiiiiiu  e /iiiii p.iii".",   . -    -  Cliuvt-liill,   1--   '-  13 Tp  21   (p.  11A      "LOT 1?."I7'"  Map  jl.L.I   10  Iii    11   reu������l   ir,  Ml ri-.:bl<������l  *������   '*   O*.   14:  part  Tp.  14   M.iUei..   CO.   tp.   11  ullhleitil ii.i anel  e,*-,.  j.,.   1 ������������������  .*.1'..V���������. N.K.'/!  tiitel N.V. eif S.V.-'i   iuc 1  u> :u\  in   !if<-.   \,  m>.  .���������*>,   j ������.',   . .   .44 .  ((.'u'Miiiueel ein 1*11^'" H>  ������!  f-.U  r,o  :t.7f,  1:1.  ���������ill.Ml)  '~.~\>  A. tx)  ��������� ���������J         H.S.e������ej          Gl*.*M>  "l.Hil  3.78  41} nr.  3.75  Ml  74  ������������      r~  ,f  3.75  45  Sfi  .43  14.70  '   "'        ll  1.10  1 i.i  3.75  it    lit  19.85  '..'.\.u c.  '���������ii.'iei  in ui  ?l !",ei  3.7.r.  3.7.r.  1 in.:;������������  ���������am, :~:\  .<mt*mmm4*xn~*������> I earn from $1,500 to $2,500 if hc stays  away Irom  school.  But take, thc oilier side of the ledger. If the boy continues to go to  school for another three ycars he will  be able, at the end of his course to  earn, on thc average more than the  boy who stopped short of the high  school, and hc will be able to earn it  for the thirty or forty or fifty years  of liis earning life. The balance in  money is on thc side of the bo}- who  returns   to   school.  Then conies along the pessimist  and the Job's comforter and says:  "Well, if he goes back to school and  gets cram full of book learning what  will it profit him? Does not a plumber earn more than a schoolmaster,  and a carpenter more than a clerk?  And  of  what  particular  value  will   a  WHY BEAUTY FADES  A  Condition Due Entirely  to  Poor,  Watery Blood  The _rirl who returns home from  school or from work thoroughly tired  out will be fortunate if she escapes a  physical breakdown,, because this getting tired so easily is probably the  first warning symptom of a thinning  blood that must not be disregarded if  her health is to be preserved.  When the blood becomes thin and  impure the"patient becomes thin, pale,  haggard and angular. She not only  tires out easily, but suffers from  headaches, palpitation of the heart,  dizzy spells and a loss of appetite.  is  condition   will  go  from  bad   to  fviur m my.  Th  fc.   Back To School  'Die school*-' summer holidays arc  over for another year, and teachers  and pupils arc again occupying thcir  places in the little schoolhouses all  ovcr this prairie country, where thc  real foundations of Canada's future  citizenship are being" laid.  But while tlio teaehers arc. in their  places, something more than ten  thousand of them in the three Prairie  Provinces, it is important to ask and  answer thc question whether all .the  boys and girls arc again in school  who ought to be there.  Compulsory school attendance laws  are in force in these provinces, under which it is obligatory on parents  and guardians to send their children  to school until a certain age is  reached. These are wise laws, designed to prevent future citizens from  growing up to young manhood and  womanhood not only uneducated, but  illiterate. In this western country  boys   and   girls   are   wisely  compelled  to   learn      to   read,  r*.nglish and  master  a  primary   cemnnon.  i-'.very   year,   h.ow  ands  of boy**   and   tr  u'lien   t'  worse, until perhaps fatal consump  tion ."lifts in, if prompt steps are not  taken to increase and enrich the  blood supply. To make thc rich, red  blood that brings the glow of health,  no medicine yet discovered can equal  high school  education be  to John   as I Dr. .Williams'  Pink Pills.     If given-a  a   farmer   or,   to   Susie  as   a   fanner's   ���������[**���������������.*" t*"-**1 their l,se brings-rosy cheeks,  .-   .,,     -p. , . .   \ bright eyes, a good appetite and good  witc.        These   arc   unfair   arguments   sp������its/   Dr.   Williams'      Pink   Pills  and illogical.     Thc   trained  carpenter j i,avc majc thousands of pale, languid  and  the  skilled  plumber  having     the   girls active and strong.    On the first  backing   of   a   good      education   soon  forges  ahead  of  his  fellow  carpenter  or   plumber   who   left   school   before  he  was  hali-way  through.     It  is  the  educated   man   who   succeeds   in   business   for   himself   while     the   uneducated     ones  become     his   employees.  And in  this  age  and generation  it is  not   necessary   to   dwell   on   the   fact  that successful farming has become a  highly   organized   business   undertaking, a  really scientific undertaking in  the   carrying   on   of   which   ignorance  and  slipshod  methods     can   have   no  place,   but   in   which   the   trained,   intelligent,   thinking   men   is   pre-eminent.  But everything should not be meas-  sign of poor, thin blood, mothers  should insist upon their daughters  taking a fair course of these pills.  Thcy will not only restore health, but  will save  further  doctor bills.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills can bc obtained from any dealer in medicine or  by mail at -50 cents a box, or six  boxes for $2.50, from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.  CO 11! J.'U I SI-'  .���������*.,-.. .i   - 11.  aim ���������������������������  cd by  ll:. r   <-.  v.ill   1  !.���������  >e  write and speak  the rudiments of  school education.  ���������vcr, some thous-  !,'].*- roach the age  ��������� n oi the law cn-  ���������::d;.!..'C is lifted,  att'. :" to be deeid-  l'd mo.hers wh.e-  ,:: or Susie, shall  or whether they  >' 'i o h������-!p on llie  >:v   or   about   th?  4!     '.' 1     UO    OUt    '���������. 11 i'l  A   Shower  Jinks: "You look dreadfully battered.    What's happened?"  Binks: "Wife has been pelting me  with Flowers."  Jinks: "Why, that wouldn't mark  you up in  that manner."  Binks: "Oh, they were in the pots."  ..���������ip  kee  ���������o make. ;  ve an>:i'ius i  :. line,   rr.u- ,  ...1.1 .4- .:,���������������������������  ^   not   until  bad:  upon  ���������   1 , t 4 4 , -��������� - ,  urcd by the money standard. Is  there not a better opportunity in life  for happiness, for contentment and  for service, for the boy or girl possessing the qualifications and powers  which a good education confers upon  them? There is a place in the life of  the community, the Province, the Dominion which only the. educated can  fill, and in these days, and in the  years to come, service to our country and to our fellow men is going to  count.  Parents must ask themselves the  question whether, by withdrawing  thcir children from school before  they have secured the advantages of  a high school education, thcy are  going to deny to them the opportunity of titling themselves for the rendering of such service, and of attaining tlie place in the life, of their  country which they may otherwise  Lie exceptionally well qualified to fill.  The fathers and mothers of today  are the trustees of thc future citizenship of Canada. With them rests thc  decision now which may make or mar  their children's future. Jt is a tremendous responsibility. Thc wise  decision will be to keep their boys  anel girls at school just as long as  they ean possibly do so, and thus  give, to them the best possible equipment for their life work, no matter  to what hit or sphere of action thcy  mav   In-   railed.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.  "Cold Ir *���������!��������������������� H-*-*.-**'  TxrXAtXA     XXX     XXXX0     *������P--MP_l  is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Persons who are subject to frequent "colds in  tlie head" will find that the use of HALL'S  CATARRH MEDIC J NE will build up the  System, cleanse the Blood and render tliem  less liable to colds. Repeated attacks of  Acute Catarrh   way   lead  to   Chronic   Catarrh.  .���������IALT-'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken  internally and acis through the Blood oa the  Mucous   Surfaces   of   the   System.  Aii .Druggists  /5c.     Testimonials  free.  $100.00 for anv ease of catarrh that  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will not  cure.  1"\  J.   Cheney   &   Co.,   Toledo,   Ohio.  Isn't it a fact that tlie congregation of a wide-awake preacher is seldom caught  napping?  Asthma Brings Misery, but Dr. J.  D. Kcllogg's Asthma Remedy will  replace the misery with welcome relief. Inhaled as smoke or vapor, it  reaches the very inmost recesses of  thc bronchial passages and soothes  them. Restriction passes and easy  breathing returns. If you knew- as  well how this remedy would help  you as do thousands of grateful  users, there would be a package in  your home  tonight.    Try it.  KlMWXlKiX^J.MI^UiMkiA.^lJakiXlRiki  . i���������~  \is.  ���������%!$ ^j*tc        ~mT3~\r*l "Wi"*'. &-%&.      tOrV-Q   .Hr*-*--  ~7tS    &%&   Sjtmcf Artxyrtr  taUs4r'   f^*^*-1  dm  ri-j* axfst**-  ��������� 0*. , _  0."������C--A"lC>">  -MfftC        "#\,m p,p*  bl AT-fACMffr  r 10 Mint  "-U-t-TtQ -"tit  THE  tt  THE HOT  STORM  HEATER  Burns   Any   Kind   of  Coal.  Heats the Floor Like  -������������������"������������������"-'"���������������   a Base Burner.  Can be Supplied  Equipped with a  Double Heating Attachment, . heat Upstairs as Well as  Down.  Not an Ordinary  but Two  Heating Systems in  One���������A Hot Air Furnace built inside a  Heating Stove.  HOT STORM HEATER HAS A RECORD OF  50 HOURS ON ONE CHARGE OF COAL  IV-i  1  Made in Three Sizes:  No. 453 ���������  Height 58      in. ��������� Fire  Pot 14 in. Diameter  No. 454 ,,        5V/~ ��������� ���������       16  No. 455 ���������       64     ��������� ���������      18 ,.  Double    Heating   Attachment   Extra  Please Sec This Heater at your Dealer's.    Full Particulars  .will  be sent  you on  request  40 YEARS IN STOVE BUSINESS  MERRICK-ANDERSON CO., LIMITED,  x~--.-~xi:~i. 1  J*i������t*clMliSA"L"CU  -IOOO  IOUJ-  Stovcs,    Furnaces,  ���������.rcrs   and  Wholesale  Distributors  Hardware,    Metals,   Building   Papers,    Roofing   Ante  Accessories mid Sporting Goods  117  BANNATYNE AVE.  E., . WINNIPEG, MAN.  M^YlVAXl>f^>fKI>fr<i*>^  \~~-  Altered  Cases I     Propaganda Funds From Russia  "Where's   your   watch?"  asked  the j     Washington.���������Russian     soviet     inobservant man. j tcrcsts     apparently     are     supplying  "Why, here it is," replied the man��������� fl--nds for a propaganda to stir    race  whose prosperity had slipped back a antagonism in the United States, ac  cog  recently.  "But that's a silver one. Thc onc  you used to have had a handsome  gold case."  "Well ��������� cr ��������� circumstances alter  cases."  cording  to  information   now  in     the  hands of the department of justice.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  As a vermicide there is no preparation that equals Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator. It has saved  the  lives  of countless  children.  -Flax   Survey  in   Ontario  Toronto.���������A personal .survey of the  flax situation in Ontario made by Mr.  Justus Miller, field crop specialist of  thc Dr-par Iii lent of Agi icullui'c, reveals thc fact that the crop this year  is only a fair one, at least one-third  of lhc yield being- loo short to pull.  This quality will he made into Scotch  low, and the reinainiiij-; Iwo-thirds of  tho crop will be used for fiber. There  are 4n all 50 llax mills in the province,   and   these   are   operated   hy  33  The  Moth  and the   Clothes  Society  Woman: "I  sec by  today's  papers I am referred    to    as    one    of  'fashion's butterflies."'  Her    Husband:    "Considcrinp-    thc  way you go through clothes I  should  think moths would apply better."  The average woman would consider  life a success if she could find just  onc man who would ni-ikr- love io hci*  without cither shocking her with his  suddenness or wearing out her  patience with  his  inertia.  ___, uo not sutfes  *_~ another- dey wit!.  -tCtching, "luleeei.  Inj_-, or Protrudp  ing Piles. No  8ur__ical oper*.  a tion require**-"*,.  Dr. CbaH0*8 Ointment will roliovo you ut oneja  and an certainly cure you- ���������ii'io- t*. itev-c. txu  dcaloi-a, or Ediunneon, Bates & Co., Limitod,  Toronto. Sample box tvoo if you mention thU  paper 0.0A enclose. 2c. stamp to pay postage.  ���������.k-phev  !'),  Abjures  Kaiser  '������������������'.:a.it.   -The     former     Count     Jo  ,u   ','���������, iT.eh.i     von  l.oewouel     Bran  ��������� hi'.i'.'' I I' .l.e-i'izolh'-rn, a re-sielent ol  1 v.i'n sii!������������������'* I'.'ll, anel a nephew of  ;:e���������]-      .-'.inpi'Tor     William,     is   now  ��������� ,.��������� 'in      I .'n ii.i 11.        Iii:'     name     was  ��������� -.��������������������������� ������I   i:i   i. n >i i.r 11-   I'.iii'.      Mr.    I .ii ni -  '.!,���������������������������   !���������: ���������   M!'.-l   mi lurali/nti. ui   papea-s  I      : ���������  4     lie   "is   ilii'iiiij.'li"     wil Ii   his  companies.       The   growers   expect  ship about .**(),()(Kj bushels-of  seed  1 l'eland.  to  5,000 LIMERICK PRIZE  Tlie winning-' of it can't: earfe the  pain of llic coin, but "l'uliiaiii's" will  case.*, cure anel prevent corns and  wails. p'uiaiaiilee goes with every  bollh- of " I'liliiain's." Use no other,  '"���������r   at    all   elenlers.  **��������� ,^y?A ;��������� Lzm .*. wrty?t -j ������zz;a :> .rsiy������ a ma h m&  N  ill  M'  3  A  eA  J1*.),}   0T.  ���������*"-P������ 4rV.T00X 07.    ��������� iL)     nA -9 ���������������  r-7, _-_.  E-;-  _r-_ -.���������   e"*.   8  A ���������eiecJieLlt'U'.LfleaLJl     Jl^Vl*V4*UeDtLR"U*MileClS.'i  Twelve outstanding addresses by the best  known public men and women of Canada,  the United States and England.  REPRESENTATION is being asked from  every public organization in Canada. If  any organization is being overlooked, let  us know. In addition ample provision 19  being made for individuals who will attend the conference in their own capacity.  Cm.m~.������   V-zViiil ^I~^������ A-pLsv**  THE AIM  To direct public attention to lhe fuiid.i-  iiicntiil problem*! of  educational s.y_,lcuis in  C-itiudn.  To consider education  in _ its relation to Canadian citizenship. To  uudeit.'il't* the: establishment of a permanent  bureau to yuide and  a'.sist tlir educational  thou-.hi.  of   the   country.  y/d'-'AA-Z' *-  A  ,tr--'\ -.1 rr" --  -*p._Jt ii vJSl  ^/r\\ii  ^  \/':  r  y<m4>  A ������������������'-  I* - -  a    > 1  i I  Cf  I    I  I  ' . ' J  .T-O-p-"-*"  _.   ���������,. .Ji- *.   i~  j;  : ���������+��������� % , ,.  Hi. v  . JL  Zi' i  A.ZC  Y  /. /-il  W4���������  :;/!" or l.ir~<'ii  zi'iWz or (Zri'c-.iun  1 F.^4  -xr ...  El-t     ������������������  "''  iZ\ \  Fi!.tires on  Strike  Louses  < M lau a.-  -Aeenrdirij;'  lo   (ii*,iiri's  pre-  1.���������: 11-<-< 1 bv ihe 1 "aiuulian   I'lepaiinieni  of  l.alii.r. a total of M,1J7,J_'U elavs have   -  bci'ii   hist   llireiiij.'.h   .strikes   from   1001  lu  I'M''.     I'm'iiul',   lhc  minimum   .vap'r.  at   .--''.'   a   d.iv,   the   deparl nnni t   estim-  1  I .it' -   tti.it   be   v, mhini;'  men   of  Cauaela  jluive   b.-pi   at   h ;,st   $-13,()(H'),<)00   elui'iiifT  1 'la    i'e 1 ii.it,      11 . .neb   no   estimate      is  I made-      ..f   nicirasi-il   w;ii;i";      Sfcuretl  I tlll'i itli'll    ill.'   si I il.i'S.  'I lie    (..Isl    1: ���������linliei       of    .-.t 1 il'''!*.       wa:i  Address Any Inquiries to  The Convening Committee  ���������������������������.OS EEECTRTC RAILWAY CHAMBERS  Winnipeg, October 20-21-22  n  ���������r  (ZY  71"  7  t*irf,*'.rv!'   x i ( _!     r'<i/'-.*  / l     lit   ������ \.-4t,    A..J       i     it'   V        i   -  J    s  /    '..  f' -T'*.���������������,- .;-", ] c*  l*i\r  **--    4  '     ���������-.. df  -*  1     III  /  I  t   t 7, r t   ���������*.. * t  r-t  4K  I"*--1/  J     I'L jr  ���������4   4.   y -" , ( p -J- r~ t,  V    V    \~.~ \   >   ������.   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"London.���The situation of the coal
question now is that the Miners-
Federation has unanimously rejected
*Ur.   fl/,,rr.4-nmpnt'��     nlnn   for  -working
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the mines in favor of nationalization. ] ^ ^_
They have,  however,  left  it  to     the.; t-Ui-s v��ii. oxiow .<ir��,ncss
ermans Musi
Fulfill Peace Terms
Trades Union Congress, to be held
?.t Glass-row on September 8, to- decide whether there shall bc direct action by the miners or whether constitutional means shall be employed
to secure nationalization of thc
This means, in the opinion of the
competent judges, that direct action
will not be taken. The miners-
nevertheless, are said to bc flirting
with thc idea, and will endeavor to
induce the labor triple alliance���the
miners, transportation workers and
railway men���to order another ballot
of its members on the employment
of direct action against conscription
and military interference in ""Russia.
Messrs. Smillie and Brace, in recent speeches, both plainly intimated that it would be a mistake, to assume that direct action had been
abandoned, and urged thc government not to drive the miners to
Point seemingly is given to Mr.
Brace's declaration that coal is more
important than gold by figures issued by the Board of Trade, showing
steady decline week by week in the
output of coal, from nearly 5,000,000
tons the week ending May 31, to
just a little more than 2,500,000 tons
for the week ending August 9. Thc
greatest reduction in Output was in
Peace  Treaty  Fully   Carried
Paris.���Commenting upon thc action of the peace conference in ���simultaneously handling Austria, in final
form, the peace terms framed for her
acceptance, and the delivery io Germany of the note demanding a"..
change in thc German constitution
to eliminate the provision for the selection of Austrian representatives to
thc German parliament, the Paris
newspapers declare this was not a
simple coincidence. It means, the
press argues, at once a firm resolution by the Allies to insist upon respect for the terms of the German
treaty as regards Austria and the definite end of the Danubian monarchy.
To  Breed  Horses*  Cattle  and  Sheep
and Grow Cotton
London.���A  party     of   former  officers  of     the  British     forces     held a
meeting here with thc purpose of get-
J ting acquainted preparatory to their
departure for Central America, where
I thcy wiii take up life on a ranch under the supervision of Brig.-Gen. Alfred Critchley,' former commander of
the Royal Air  Force.
Brig.-Gen. Critchley originated the
plan "in recognition ol the desire on
the part of many other demobilized
officers for healthy sporting and adventurous open-air life, combiueel
with unlimited possibilities of a com-
-mercial  nature."
On the ranch, which is located iu
the centre of a well-stocked sporting
area,  it  is  purposed  to  breed horses
___ ���a,**y*-''ii^i-rfe*s^_fs.
JBa-91 BHE! i-tv -rw m a. a.���
_&    ~Stm~&     ^-~*i~~-,--&r<%-4>
a       _,      ������ it* !      London. The   Air   Mi--:
-fiUSiniilctfiS    10 j tjiat  the  demonstration  fliL
!.,.���-   Ijjvit   HdsvnZsrsfX! h' carried out  to   Scandinavian   conn-
Learn Dry farming j tries by a flyinK boat o�� thc r<oyal Air
\ Force  proved  to  bc  remarkably   suc-
Hundred Picked Veterans Will Study: cessfnl.
Methods  in  United  States j     Starting from   Felixstowe**  ami pro-
New York.~-One hundred picked \ "cding via Dundee, the machine flew
I Australian soldiers will arrive in New! ^rect to Norway and lauded at
York on the steamship Celtic, en ! Chnstiansand, this Demg ihe urst
route to the University of California, I occaslou on v-�����*-*���' *������*���<- journey has
where they will take a twelve months'| bocn accomplished by a British sea-
course in farmincr, it was announced I Plll**<*- F*'om Chnstiansand tne trip
here. Thcy will return home "and'continued by stages to Chr.sUai.ia,
teach Australian soldier farmers } Copenhagen, Stockholm, Gossburg,
scientific agronomy and irrigation. I -Eshjerg and back to Felixstowe, a
The Australian  Commonwealth  re
mn ismi r H DA-*-*1_*_
YYliSUfl  mil -UJlESUii lenine
Significant Skiffle In Cabinet
Hon. Arthur Sifton Now Minister of
Public Works
Ottawa.���A small, but, in a way,
significant shuffle in thc cabinet took
place, when Hon. Arthur Sifton, former minister or customs, walked
across the square and took the place
of Hon. F. B. Carvell as minister of
public works.
No announcement is yet made as
to thc customs portfolio, but it is
quite possible that when Hon. Martin
Burrell, secretary of state, goes out,
H. H. Stevens, of Vancouver, will become minister of customs and the
new secretary of state will come from
New  Brunswick.
By this move Mr. Sifton heads a
live spending department, and considerable interest attaches to the
Going   on   Stump   for  Peace   Treaty
All Over States
Washington. ��� President Wilson
has left on his western speaking tour
on behalf of the peace treaty, confident of ratification of the instrument;111*' fa-vorit
by the senate without amendments or
i-icstructivc       reservations wmcri
would require re-negotiation.
The trip, perhaps the most arduous
ever undertaken by a President, will
carry Mr. Wilson and his party as
far west as the Pacific coast, almost
to the Canadian border on the north
and almost to Mexico on the south.
He will speak in every state west of
the Mississippi except four, and will
make up for the omission of these
by speeches in Ohio, Indiana- Kentucky and Tennessee. In Seattle he
will  review  the  Pacific fleet.
Although it is expected that the
President will devote most of his attention to the peace treaty, he probably will also touch on the high cost
of   living   and   other   domestic   prob-
. **s
and cattle and sheep, and grow cotton and other crops. Tlie estate belongs   to   General   Critchley.
It is planned to divide the land
among thc members of thc parly after, thc  first   year   spent  on  it.
All the members of the party who
will make thc trip arc bachelors, but
married men, who are former officers
of the British forces, will be wrel-l
coined to membership in the club af-'
ter the inauguration of the enterprise.
Brig.-Gen. Critchley, who was born
in Calgary 29 ycars ago, is widely
known in Canada as a sportsman,
hunting, polo, golf and tennis being
astirnes. Tie v.-as a
rncmber of the Lord Slrathcona
Horse at the outbreak of the war and
went to Europe and served with the
First Canadian Division. He was
awarded the D.S.O. in  1915.
ccntly appropriated nearly $250,000--
000 for the aid of returned soldiers
and sailors in obtaining land holdings. Believing that a large number
of veterans will go into agriculture,
thc government has sent thc Australian delegation to thc United
States to study modern farming
"_   _*** _*^    /*! _"*P _"*_
scaped Service
total distance of 2,450 sea miles,
which was covered in a total fiyin""""
time  of 40 hours  and 40 minutes.
The flight was made entirely as a
demonstration' of the commercial use
of flying boats, and it is noteworthy,
because no mishap of any kind occurred, despite the fact that from its
departure until its return to Felixstowe thc machine spent a total of
27 days on the water or in the air.
Exhibition    and    passenger    carrying
out  at   Chris-
and     Coptn-
\jr~-x   rv-.x  -nn--.J-.   T>..
.tm'-t-x.     --_rU'-     iJ-aUU     _-S_T
Chain of Grocery Stores '
New York.���Sale of surplus army
food in New York took on thc aspects of a cut rate war, when Market
Commissioner Day, ��� in charge of
sales, announced that prices of canned soups had been sloshed to meet a
cut in soup prices made by a chain
of grocery stores following army
food sales.
The first exhibition flights were
made before thc King and Queen of
Norway, and as'thc Queen expressed
a desire to fly, her Majesty was
taken U**-*- on two occasions seated
beside the pilot. Her Majesty was
keenly interested in his manipulation
of the controls and during the second
flight> when the Queen was accompanied by the Crown Prince, her
Majesty actually took control, of the
flying boat  for a  short period.
A very good impression was created in each of the Scandinavian towns
,-�� c* **-i-1 ~~.m-.   .* . i- . .���, 1<.r.��M*i/l f��i   .11***I Kill. ���,-/-"*��� ���
suits  will   accrue   to   the   British   aircraft industry in  opening up  what is
Switzerland Leads Neutral Countries
With 40,000  Deserters
Geneva.���Nearly 100-000 officers
and men are considered deserters
.from the German army during thc
war, according to Munich advices.
Included in this number are many
thousands who were in England and
America at the outbreak and were
prevented from joining the German
army, "although advised beforehand
to join the colors," the dispatch says.
Switzerland, leads the neutral countries "with forty thousand deserters.
A proclamation of amnesty to    these
men   has  been  issued if  they  will  re- j pe!-haps the best market in the world
turn  to Germany this year, but many If or --.va; er-'voir"-r ,-,~*_i..
former German soldiers in this couu-j -       '"	
try refuse to go back, fearing that
they will be placed in the ranks once
more because thc aiiies havc permit
ted Germany to retain her army on a
war footing until the end of 1919. Thc
amnesty proclamation docs not apply
Armenians Fear Massacre
London.���Responsible      authorities
in Armenia continue to emphasize thc
exceedingly grave situation that must
follow     thc     withdrawal  of     British
troops.    There arc conclusive indications that as soon as thc withdrawal
occurs the Armenians will bc attacked  from   thc   cast  and   southwest  by
Tartars,  Kurds and Turks, who  will
likely  form   a  combined  force   under
Turkish   officers.       Thc  Kurds     and
Tartars  arc  already  moving  towards
Krivan,  thc  Armenian   capital,   to  be
in  readiness  to  strike  when   the Armenians are left defenceless.
Rumors Waste In Navy
Admiral    Fisher     Suggests     Money
Might  Now  Be  Reserved  for
Better Things Than Fleets
London.���A    protest      couched    in
vigorous   language   in   the   Times   by
Lord Fisher on naval expenditure has
evoked   interesting  comments.     Lord
Fisher  declaimed against  alleged  incredible   and   ruinous      waste   in   the
navy,  which  now  costs  onc  hundred
and forty million pounds sterling annually, as  compared with  thirty-four
million   in  190-!,  notwithstanding that
the. German fleet does not exist. Lord
Fisher declares that, half the navy is
already     obsolete     and     should     bc
scrapped and says that the other half
will be equally useless in a few years
because   of   internal   combustion engines and oil.
Lord Fisher concludes: "If thc nation don't sack thc spendthrifts, thc
day of crumbling is not far off."
The army soup originally was  sold
at  nine  and   ten   cents   a   can,   which |to  thosc  accused  of treason
was below     the price     chain     stores'
were asking for similar products. The
chain  stores cut thcir prices  to  three
cans   for     25   cents.
Day's   new   price   for
army   soup      is
Cheap Meat For U.S.
seven cents a can.
Commissioner Day also announced
revision downward of thc prices
charged for army bacon, beans, corn,
peas, condensed milk, corn syrup and
canned tomatoes. All these staples
now arc being sold at prices considerably below thosc fixed by the fair
price committee, hc said. According
to Commissioner Day, thc army food
sales havc totalled more than $500,-
000 in eight days, and at the present
rate thc supply of army food will
have been exhausted in two moro
Five Million Pounds of Frozen Food
Made   Available  By  the
Washington.���Five million pounds
of frozen meats, now in cold storage
in New York and Chicago, were offered by the War Department to municipalities for sale. The offer will
remain in effect until September 25,
at which time other methods of marketing such portions of the stock as
remain will bc resorted to.
Made In Germany
Story of Proposed Attack Upon Pet-
rograd Without Foundation
London.���It has been ascertained
that the dispatch from Berlin giving
German reports from Riga to the effect that Gen. Gough, of the British
army, had issued a proclamation to
thc -population of Pctrograd that an
attack was about to be ma.de on that
city is untrue.
iO Ll w. II      Ui.
1.-1 ..lo,,
1...I <
.\ U���"*"!! St
19 for home, and at tne pre. sent time
is in .England. He did not see
Admiral Cowan, commander of the
British naval forces, operating in
Baltic sea, before his departure
Threw  Bomb  at Governor
Tokio.���Advices received here from
Warn Income Tax Dodgers
Winnipeg.���A local paper, in a
cpccial dispatch from Ottawa, states
that prosecution of income tax dodgers will begin this week, accordm-*.
to a report from the Department of
Finance. The department, it is said,
._or���">-��-��� proi-.rrutkin of .ill pcr-
who failed to file a return on
their income or who gave false information. Several Montreal and
Ilalifa:. bur-mc-!*-" n*f*n nnd several
prominent westerners are in line for
early prosecution,  it is  reported.
*.1-4   .-P   -4 P��..Y
$30,000 for Grubstakes
Dawson.'���The Dawson city's wel-
c.cj.'.'iv.z *"���*"''��� re-ertablislinient committee for returned soldiers has adopted resolutions asking thc Federal
Government for $30,000 for relief of
returned nu.ii who arrived back here
ine* ��;,-f. -0 oarn a winter grubstako,
or who are physically unfit, and asking particularly that soldier-miners
lie given this assistance iu lieu of laud
... ...it.*.
US.  Navy to  Go to Greet Prince
Vancouver.���Hon. Josephus Daniels, secretary of the United States
navy,   will   senel   part   of   his   Pacific.
...����>���-,.,. i*-*
tlie Prince*.of Wales is to be
li.'-.i'e. M<". l*��ntiu*l*' wire-el ritv official*,
that while- In- would not be able, to
be present himself, he would be
pleai.eel to ���"-"���nel part'of the fleet, and
would   "make   ..ucii   atianticm-iiU   us
New Zealand Auieet.
Wellington, N.Z. ��� The peace
treaty with Gcrnnny wa*- tmnnimous-
ly ratified by parliament, after members of the Labor party had criti-
ci.-.cd the pact.
Oil Find at The Pr*.*.
W.ii..ip���"������"". Ucpcrts :."aching here
from The l'ar.i Man., ntate that a discovery nf crude oil of (j re at commercial value ha*, been made 20 miles
..outlive: t of The  1'a;:.
Cheaper  Meat for  New Yorkers
New York.���The retail price of
meat has declined from onc to two
cents a pound in this city, according
to Arthur Williams, federal food administrator, who has just issued his
semi-weekly fair price list. In the
matter of groceries, however, thc
campaign against the pool has not
bem so frucce-'.sful, as most of tlie
items under this head have increased
Arrest. Mexican  Outlaws
Wa'*hi".,.,';"'to... Outlaw r'"-p'"ti*pihh"
for the murder of John W. Correll,
an American citizen, havc been arrested and will be placed ou trial at
riujipieo, tin.. _ti p-.vu..iii c'ul.;i.;..y !i.',:.
announced, The arrests were niaelc
near Los Mezquils and included Ramon Diaz, chieftain, and his follow-
el.., Uufact lUii.'., Francisco G.unbo.i,
Bias  Vidal  and   Francisco   Valvcrdc*.
Tlie. meats in storage include about ] Seoul, capital of Kg:'-....,
1,120.000 . pounds of frozen poultry
at New York and. more than 1,000,000
pounds in the Chicago zone. This
will be sold at .32 cents per pound.
Large quantities of frozen mutton
and pork shoulders and loins also
will be offered from 16 to 27 cents.
Since these products can only be
transported in refrigerator cars, no
order for less than a carload lot will
be  accepted.
bomb was thrown at t.n'ivcrnor-
Gcneral Saito and that twenty persons w c r e. -,',��� c i::ul c d, i -.*. c 1 *.*. d 5 *. *.;.; : < n
A.*.*,eric.ti v*i -I*-*-* named Harrison,
who is believed to be rclaUel to Carter Harrison, former Mayor of Chicago. Governor-General Saitei was
not wounded. No further <!. tails
were received.
German Doctors for Russian Army
Berlin.���The*- meelieal journals in
Germany are publishing advertisements offering position;; to German
physicians and surgeons iu the ivits-
sian army. Attractive pa}' and tlie
necht of securing homesteads is promised  them.
Medical men arc    urged    to    enli-t
with  volunteer troop unit:*,  organized
for   fi'.h'hv*;      P,ol.'li'��vi*:m      and      nre
promised  a premium  of
if   the   countei-revolution
After Due Deliberation
Lexington,      Ky.- -'T.Y.ele     J��il,n:i\"
Shcll,   described   as   "the   i.hh.>t   man
in   the  world."  Irm   Just   ci-h 1.rated  his
131st   birthday   by   .'���i.'iidiii.'   f'-i"   '..   life
insur.'.i'Ce.   .���'.���'er.t.
tell  what'll  happen*
the age-::!, "..tn!  I w
tlie   v or-it
"You    nrver    can
sonny,"   lie     told
.nt   to p.'< pare   lor
Have to Wait Their Turn
���-���-'���*      '''he      C.1'.-''.S.      have
���,000  marks j iM_.-tatio!i   tn
compaii j
the   end
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:-.  clear,,! until
and   it   is   said
:*,   call   at      th.e
t.rli.4     tJJ.
ii J I .    i-J.pil-p-i.i    i.r    P
di cadn,nt''-1,.t em
Sent em!
>er   '
Prince Will Unveil Statue
i-OUUOii.- J-he auiuu: oi v_ueeu
Victoria, purchased by the T.iili.'.h
Columbia government before tlie war
for plaeinpT in front of thc Kovern-
mcut bttiltliucs tit Victoria, in beim*.
shipped, wnd it ia hoped  that it will
arrive in time for tbe Prince of Wp.le*i| Chief   Justice   John   Doim
to  unveil.    The  atatttc  bao   been   nt. of Cimad..,    oinntd    v.:
To  Protect  Salmon
Washington, D.C.  ��� A   treaty   be
tu-ccn   thc  United   State*   and     Great
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nalniou of the: Fra'.' i rive-r <-y- Je'in
WpiH bigiip-d ut the state ucp.u taa-u;.
Secretary Lansing ti-.ned for tlie
Unlle-el State:*!, snel IK. C. Liiuhey, in
charge   of  thc   Briti.h   emha-'y,   nnd
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.04WM7ill>00lt0imiill&m~m*il0X7mm7r000lri^.rM.4n0i~00i*0i0000,lli.n.*'7v*0���r .m���r*,.!���.'��� THE  CEESTOH  BEVIEW
Nelson Assessment District���Continued from Page 5
Name of ferson Assessed
Arrears of
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7^ 7r..^.   .     ���. ��� .   .r... ��� ..     ���.
Property �����.. .axes ���!'��;.
"LOT 1240"
Svoboda, John   N.W. ""4 sec 36, tp. 23  __	
"LOT 1242"
Ferguson, Geo    in-sec. 23, tp. 17 	
Ymir Gold Mines Ltd    in sec. 33, 34, tp. 17 	
Churchill, F.  L.    N%, N.W*4- sec. 6, S.W. 14 N.W.*W sec.6 & that.
part of S.E.% of S.W. 14  ~- S.W.Vi, S.E.
%, sec 7 lying outside of Ymir townsite
tp. 17      241.50
Truax, A. R    N.%, S.E. Y*\, sec. 8; S.E. "&, S.E. -V4, sec. 8;
S. "V.. sec. 9; S. Yz, N.E. Y* sec. 9; S.E. %
N.W. Y. sec 9; S. Y~ sec. 10; S. % N.E. V.
Sec. 10: S. V2. N. W. **-*.. see. 10; W.-%.
N.W. Yn sec. 11; S.W. -Vi, S.W. %, Sec.
11;    N.   %.  N.E.  y.,  sec.   4;    N.E.   V\.
N.W. "H. sec. 4; N. %. N.W. %. sec. 3;
N. Yz N.E. -"i sec. 3, to. 17      575.64
Costs &
3.75      36.05
3.75    270.15
"N. & F. RLY. GRANT LOT 1242"
Baker, Francis E    in Sec. 17, tp. 17 	
Broadfoot. Erskine Estate
Mack, Wm. Lyman 	
"LOT 1244"
in sees. 19 and 20, tp. 30 .
S.W. *% S, W- Yi sec. 5,
Pond, S. P    lot   229   	
Johnson, A. F    blocks 5, 6, 9, 11, lot 251 	
Finiay,   Will       block 10, lot 251 	
Jones, W. H. ..
Sikowski, John
'{.UDUiVioivii   Wr   !_*_> i
Yz  block 237, map 766
ITI -���J*
r oiu,
Ford, J. W. ...
Hyslop,   John
S :    block 287, map 926        36.25
"LOT 306"
W.     block G, sublot 1 	
block H, sublot 1 ���	
block 2, sublot 9; block 5, sublot 8
Brown, G.
TJ_^ ry-t m.    f    f*-X/t\m0r%
"������WAP 1178"
E    hrtr 9, sublot G, sublot 1, lot 309
part  lot 367   ..'.."!. "...'.'..'!"..	
Peach,  James      block 9, lot 914  ��,	
Powys,  Arthur      blk. 3, lot 2542 	
Schroeder.   J.  H    blks. 13 to 20, lot 7674	
Holditch, Ii    lot   7774   	
Cose, Boas     blk. B, lot 7876
Rooke   E",
BeTC~G* D-
lb R.
&4X0 tr      :v .      /��%.    LJx
lot 8231  138.00
Stephens, Wm  part lot
Curran, E.  J. Estate   lot  8371
Wright,   Harry     one
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 	
Bourdon,CM  lots 1 to 8, blk. 4, lot 8989	
Bourdon, C. M  lots 1 to 8, blk. 5, lot 8990 	
Young,   A.   L  lot   9177	
Shaw,   M.  T.   lot   9295   	
Bleasdell, H. T  lot  9400	
Bleasdell,  W.   H  lot   9401	
.Bieasdeli,  W.  H  lot  9402   	
Vuori,   Hilda   &   John  blk. 5, lot 9403  	
McDonald, Thos Estate   blk. 6, lot 9403	
Laurie, Sarah M  N. E. % of N. Yz lot 10190	
Leahy, Eva M  part lot 9767	
Calhoun, James H  lot   10606   	
Talbot, W. A  lot   11755   	
3.75    623.46
3.75      17.90
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%J. ��� xr
Kootenay Flats, and is being shown
over the area by President Constable
and a party of Board of Trade mem-
Ensign Nelson of the Salvation
Army was in Creston last week making arrangements for the Red Shield
"Hon-�� Seryice canipnlgn, which will
be-held in the Valley shortly* She
""""���""as .promised enthusiastic support.
M, an ager Allan of the Imperial Bank
$x8,8 consented to act as treasurer.
The "Women's Institute will serye
���fjo-ialw in Speers" Hall on fair -day and
if any ladies in the "Valley feel that
.tbey would like to bring any refreshments to help provide for tbe great
ttnmber of visitors expected it will be
greatly  appreciated.   We   will   need
pr..g>r��<K'gy   rtf   oataiiva      v\\x.a      C"rt*i_S.*_      *3_*SS*!*i
^titter and pickles.
Insp. .Tunguet of Fernie, who is in
aharsr-e of the Bast Kootenay R.N.W.
M.I?, forces, was here yesterday looking for quarters for a two-man detsxeh-
ment of the red coats who will be stationed here. It is likely temporary
"Dreraises will be taken until the residence of R. Sinclair-Smith is vacated
the latter ptxt-b of October.
The first serious effort to provide
storage for apples and thus get away
f.om the necessity of the rush to get.
,i_fae,fruit away the fore part of No-
yggxhev is bei'ng provided at the C. O.
Rodgers ranch, where contractor Jas.
Johnston is busy on the erection of a
two-story-and-basement packing s-hed
Seventeenth Annual
"3 ���3*W-l*^esi*HB
to be held at
NtLSilpN?   DaUa
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11 ��dlUij c-fi!!-. <&y
A!g _*���_>. an;*    0*S
inn     it\n
E1SJ d
ine   sun-age is
inHa 22 x 36
x 7 foot basement, provided with a 13-
inch wall which will readily store 2300
boxes of apples in absolute safetv in
the coldest weather this part of B. C.
has yet seen.
T-rTic--.Trop.il .il-_.ee.
JL JLIP_.     JX.   *xJLA/X _.P_rP_��PJ
Captain McCalt
ij*.��.��    B     ~. .
Xj^-Xmfe*J~~. J
The September meeting of Creston
"Women's Institute was largely taken
up with bus-ine-f-s having to do with tha
annual Kootenay W. I. convention,
"Which will be held at Nakuap nest
?*:?�����   month, and making arrangements
I aai.i'jnor n.��?_tls   ."ind   refresh nieiitrs
has been engaged to give daily
exhibitions of aerial stunts
never before witnessed in the
Kootenay. Now is your chance
to fly.
Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 8th day of September, 1919.
Act. Assessor and Collector.
The Liedge claims business at the
Greenwood postoffice is greater right
now than it was a year ago.
 ?JL* _
The bird and deer season
oqens to-morrow, with grouse
takable for onlv two weeks.
Local and Persona!
Pigs Fob Sale���Five weeks old.
Guy Constable. Creston.
Birth���At Glenlilyf on Sept. 10th,
to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Barnfiardt. a
Miss Wilson of Calgary. Alta., is a
visitor here at present, the guest of
Miss E. Smith,
Lien. Mawson, section foreman at
Marysville,   was  here over  tbe week-
VIXVV i xi
_. -   J ��   "-tr .-f*' I"        /  *�� T \\t-
Bicycle For Saia*.���A Rambler
bu-ycle, in good condition, cheap for
cash., at. Bevan'.** garage, Creston.
G. Tayntnn arriyed from lledcliffe,
Alta., on Wednesday to "jeiin the staff
of the Creston branch of the Imperial
V<m SAT-K���Hotel range, 7-foeit top;
Moore gasoline? li;>;ht.in'g system, one
Aladdin hanging lamp. * Apply White
Lunch, Creston.
.-.pare for hunting, it is import-|     Mawson Bros,   announce that start-
big '.i!-!!ii)ii'<��v f.hey will haye the well
1 known Choeme-tte Bros.(Nelson) bread
on .sale* ovei-y day.
With such a short
-���on.   and   not   much
>ircl sea-
time   to
and a banner display in all departments of Creston fair seems assured.
Entries close to-morrow.
Miss Erma Hayden left on Tueselay
for Corvallis, Wash., where she will
attend  the  state   hidies'  college  this
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virl tilp       A'JD      TyJLitrLr     s-tivr.     tc    4741K-1111U15     <x
couple of days in Spokane.
P. B. Poote, who is recently back
from overseas, last week purchased
tbe C. Hogarth ranch, adjoining the
McCarthy place.     Mr.  and   Mrs.  Ho-
fair day.
The fair day programme includes
serving dinner and supper at 50 cents
in either Speers' Hall or the Grady
building, with afternoon tea and re-
frethments also available at popular
prices, while at the fair grounds there
will be a booth handling ice cream and
soft drinks. Mesdames G. Cai-tvyright
G. Young, Lidgate, McMurtrie and
Hayden were, named the refreshment
For   the   convention   consideration
was given the resolutions that will be
Considered  at the gathering.     There
are only five of them, two of whieh are
from Creston.   The two feom here ask
that the B.C university be put in com
plete working order, while the second
calls on the educatiem  department to
n.ftke a regulation that girl**-attending
the provincial normal school shall ail j
wear    the    same   costume   while   at | A.
The Institute is organizing a drive
for new members and Mesdames
Downs and J. W. Hamilton were
chosen captains for tbe rustle. Another $3 was reported donated for fall
fair buiMing lawn social, making a
matter of $1-J8 the ladies have turned
in to the building fund.
Dally Passengsr-Garrylng
*ouener s
United Shows
on the Midway
x. Daily free attractions on the
3 grounds in front of the. grand
real   before-the-w&r   fair.
Send for Premium List.
J. W. Hcimes     6. Horsfeati
n-*���->���.��-_ i j __h!
Box 35)2, Nelson, B.C.
^O!! ��-'"�����.
'tit', uiul you u*pi,* tuc very
Slu-lls and Cartridges.
i tOi-il.
'Phis year we  are
\}\o best to be had in these
tine.-, and specially recommend
:}\i- favorably-known Dominion ''oons.     In  thf-so  we  have
Mrs. M. J. Bejyd, who spent thc past
three months with friends at Ottawa
and other Ontario points, returned to
Cn-sUm on Friday.
s  hael   a sudden  call   to
. e>n Friday last owing te>
sister  in that
!  1<;  miaL'e   Shol   Sli-"!!;*
'      H. A. ��pe-e
!(:ri!Ti!i, Siih!-
, I In* -siielelcii death e>f bis
1 t.eiwn t hat' morning.
.Mi : (���:; Schnri ,(tic Klin    Ariele��v*"ein eif
Kitnbe-rly ai-rivoel ejn   Weenoselay e��n a
I visit, t.o their parent.H, Mr. and Mrs. A.
! Aiiile-rson, Victoria Ave.
!      Dr. I'liriirose- VVe>l.s,    who   has   bi'e-n
; Hpi-rieliug the past ereniplii of mouths on
, ilis llI.IJi.il  here,  ,l llliulim l m iilai, In*  Vv lit
! ii'siinii- tlie- pi-aet,'u-e evf   his   prof(>Hsion
i in <'re-stem.
garth have movad to Vanco-..-.^..
Jovr Martell, for .-i time porter at the
Creston Hotel, who has been at tbe
Cranbrook hospital the past three
months, died in that institution last
week and was buried in that city.
Mrs. Perry and young son of Bonner,
Mont., and Mr. Chatneld of Albion,
Mich., arrived this week on a visit to
their sister, Mrs. K. R. Piper. The later is just recently home from overseas
service with Uncle Sam's forces.
Mrs. C. F. Hayes left yesterday on a
six-weeks' holielay trip to Toronto,
Markham, and other Ontario points.
She was joined at Kitchener by Mrs.
Forrester, who will probably spend
tbe winter at the old home at Woodstock, Ont.
E. T. Drake of Ottawa, who is in
charge of the federal reclamation and
drainage service, arrived at noon yesterday to  make an   investigation  of
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