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Array iijuiiiiijiMip**S5Bj|jB^  .���������"s'..*V;.-:'A ...-������������������  _jr4r*'  s  XI.  W'r  . i  V  p  *"���������*  GBESTONy B. C, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1919  'V.  ���������:Z 'ZZyZjZ:^''-Z-ZZ^Z^^^x' "  * 'ffl-  /,? ���������-���������- -  No. 39  B  si,������   U '' "3*p*T_?*-"'-'"  Reasons of THRIFT, of SAFETY, of SALE ABILITY, should  r '     * -    7 .  impel every citizen to put Every Dollar he has and Every Dollar  4l*J.I>l^W,*eH**^l#*4't4w*  \ym _r-v      smsx���������*-������:      ^jw*~_  ~\TZ���������~-  -^Xx-td-XCT  _rv-r-__*~i _^  ilC   ^Ull   OS! Y-C   llltL-lJ      Y  11.1UI  V    JJ-UIIUOc  1  ****- Tm  wm.  -      -fl  B  victory tionds E*rmg z* i-������ per cent* interest;  R_*_ mlrs -orive rtnlv 3 ������el* cent*  ���������a-^*7 ���������������"���������������������������* ������_.  Victory Bonds can be converted into Cash  ������n short notice. Eanks^v/il! advance loans  on the security of Victory Bonds at a  tent's notice. Bonds will probably  \g more than par very soon^  Victorv Bonds are the best means of saving  ��������� money mere is.    ������Suy tnent on tne .instalment nlan. paving for them either in five  f   er  months,  or  under  the  bank   instalment  plan in ten months.  ni1  Estimate how much you require to keep you  during the next year and buy Victory  Bonds up to the balance of your income.  You'll never regret it.  3  s  ID        B  Wr\\  R   |i W   B  i   i  If YOU ham already Bought Victory Bonds  Do it again on the Instalment Plan  The Banks will help you  YOU have bought Victory Bonds with all the cash you have and  all you can save in the next five ^months. You can buy still more  bonds. You SHOULD buy more���������- for reasons of profit "and  patriotism.  Go to your bank or go to any Victory Loan salesman and ask for a  bank instalment card.  Fill out the card and a regular application form. If you have a bank  account write out a cheque for 10 per cent, of the bond when you  sign the application- If you have no bank account sign the  undertaking-to-pay-cash form?  In every case you MUST call at the bank not later than November  1 5th, sign the bank's own card, and  complete  the  first  payment.   |  Onlv Rearer bonds rnn hr bonoht under this plan, but these ;.re  readily convertible on completion of payments.  If in doubt sec any Victory Loan canvasser.  I  B  i*  4  mmX ^W      "^ifff" "tJT"  f*^r>\] P ^t-Tv-W  W*mi\ ff W*m\  ^4      /  w^  r               _���������_.               -i           mgr                        ^r                   ^r                    ., ,-                   .  wmwmm                           W0%mm\               r^M                   qxwsjf *^fwH|      jm  HI   "*       nl      h������-^w������"w^ Nt)_v  tWH^                    f*^r-W            T^*\ ^^?m j^tW  X_>^ mH* -������-  Ni*  S^B_v   1 H       l3 ^p?!_i���������_i������^__  Hipp**,,     I ftm ism) ^ejjjjjjtMMBUS^  ���������pjgjsv I la- ftjtt\ "���������mxttm.  TgKtx MM IP"***" ^*H*"  JL     ^ J~-Lm~Jr mh^J  fc������������'rlii4>4������������M������������>>MI������y������^^  **f*P**NWM*W^ %.������JIWW**l������W>r^ IWtftPlprWPWW!^^ ^���������i.iu'-wi'i'.r^ "  SHE    BKVIETY.     GREST-tWr,  P-*&K-~*m-&H0t^mammmmmm~*mmmimm--*m*a^*m40m^**mm^*&^mH~m^*  ������ Bad Breath?  j        Don't Be Offensive  I Removes the Cause  I  Follow   This   Advice   and   Your  Breath WU1 Soon Be Sweet  and Pure  badly.    I  could  take  you on as  my  orderly."  "That for mincl" cried  Ruggles.  ���������'There wouMn't be much in it for  you," said Pembroke. "Small pay and  a good chance of dying of fever or  ^cholera, or -possibly a piece of shrap-  (nel.     I   fancy   I'll  be   rather   in   the  thick of things."  The bad part of Bad Breath is the      "You    won't have  to     get out  a  fact that nearly    every    case m shows ' search   warrant   to   find   mc,   if   you  considerable     trouble    from indiges- I arc ������  ]">u.-*.>���������!eg answered.  tion, belching gas, bloating, piles or'      '      *-"&������=**-*' -"*-  "No���������considering what I've seen of  your methods, I don't believe I  would."  "Say, doctor, I don't give a hang  some form of stomach  misery.    Of  tener than not a pimply face", a sluggish, constipated condition is the true  cause of many a man's failure in life.  By aiding digestion    and    building,,_     ,   _.  r   j       ������ ���������,   -r.       ������  up the weak muscles of the stomach about what l" draw, said Ruggles  and bowels, DR. HAMILTON'S eagerly. "I've got a little money, and  PILLS completely overcome const!- I'll pay my own way out, if you like,  pation and all forms of stomach ill- A!1 j want ���������    t        t f h  aess J  'I was terribly run down with stomach trouble that arose through neglected constipation," writes Mrs. P.  D. Quigley, from Washburn, P.O. "I  gimply couldn't half digest my food.  I had dreadful headaches, piles and  yellow muddy skin. The effect of  DR. HAMILTON'S PILLS was phe-  aomenai. I have gained in weight,  have a clear skin, no more headaches,  ���������      ~m0%**y     nv_i--t.11        -pIaaa     -e������T*11     ���������������*"��������� _���������*������������������ _f*l     m~*-rx *\r%xr     -rirxtr  ������������������������        -*ejv**>-e������������ ������TW������-J|        i_r#VVJ^ TT **>i*      ���������* **���������������__.        mrxmfTm-J ������-*__^  meals."  There is no need to be in failing  health when cure is so sure, so easy,  by  taking   Dr   Hamilton's   Pills  *������������- j_.-.i._ i  iuaiiuj^jpc    atiiu  uUiici ii ui.  *������������������������:.-  *0xJ*-  of  j_5cr  box, at all dealers.  REFUSE A SUBSTITUTE.  ^S  MI  III  Filling His  Own Shoes  ��������� BY ���������������  HENRY C. ROWLAND  Copyrighted. Printed fjy special  Rrrang������mrnt with Thoe. Allen.  Toronto.  and do something that's worth  while."       v  "There's no trouble about either of  those things," Pembroke answered.  "But you see, Ruggles, it would  mean that you would be my personal  servant. You'd have to look after  my things, and turn to at any time  at any job that might happen to come  along.    How does that strike you?"  "Me for it!" said Ruggles fervently- "~ guess if I can try on shoes all  day long for any bum with a little  money that comes into the shop,, it  ain't going to turn my stomach to  clean the boots of a man like you  that's looking after -wounded soldiers."  Pembroke laid down his cigar and  Give Cwticsra the Care  Of Your Skin  And watch that troublesome eruption disappear. Bathe wiih Cuticura Soap, dry and apply Cuticura  Ointment. For eruptions, rashes,  irritations, etc., they are "wonderful. Nothinjj so insures.a clear skin  and good hair as making Cuticura  your every-day toilet preparations.  Cfliictn-a Soap 2Se., Ointment ������3 and ovc. TrI-  p*mto 25c pIijb Canadian duties. Sold everywhere.  For aamplt: each free address: *' Cntlctm, Bopt.  **-. 9ts9ta~, V. a. a."  | J side desperately defending themselves..  against the frenzied foresters from  the beech_ woods about thc Shipka  Pass. The next instant a heavy bank  of cloud swept across the face of the  moon, and the struggle went on in  Stygian darkness.  Presently Hamid Pasha fell, and*  Ruggles found himself astride his  prostrate body, a rifle iu his hand,  stabbing, parrying, lunging with the  bayonet. A madness seemed to havc  possessed him. He was conscious of  neither pain'-nor fear, though wounded in many places and surrounded by  enemies who gave no quarter even  to the dying. But it was a thinking,  reasoning madnfcss, an ancient inheritance, perhaps^, from Berserker ancestors.  (To Be Continued.)  s  "Very well," said the colonel, and  gave the order to march.  The little cavalcade turned to face  the wintry blast which swept down  gusty and freezing cold from the  snow-clad steppes. The outposts  were visited in turn and the party  soon found itself on the extreme left  of the line, where the Turkish trcn**  leaned back in his chair. ches were less than the distance of a  ..-.-! pistoi snot irom those of the enemy.  wen,  44.  ������n  J  saia nc, m mat case  you're on. Meet me with your dufRe  at the Gare dc Lyon at nine o'clock  X^.7\. rwipJ-  ���������*  4,4-4*11*4^144-...  (Continued.)  Pembroke blew out a column of  omoke and regarded him thoughtfully.  "No," hc admitted, "you weren't  precisely in the same class, from thc  European point of view. I happen to  know something about the family.  This Miss Challand must be one of  the Norfolk Challands; all poor as  Job, or La2arus���������or whoever it was  that was so rotten poor���������and proud  as Lucifer. The Westbrookes are an  old county family, too. Chuck it all.  That's my advice to you."  But Ruggles scarcely heard this admonition, for he was in the grip of a  eudden inspiration that had fallen upon him like a bolt from the blue.    It  was a wonderful thought, and inspired  by     thc     disinterested     kindness  which had been so spontaneously offered him in his hour of need.    Many  a homeless  and  ill-treated  dog     has  been   similarly  inspired  by  sympathy  from   the   casual   pedestrian;   and   it  h.-is   happened   that  thc   dog  has   fol-  loweej   its   protector   home   and   later  .PA  down   its   life in   defense  of   the  family or goods of the ore to whom  its niir^ir.r.cc has, born offered.    Rug-  glr*-    i <-;_., ....*.    .'.J I'wa !'<.!,   liis    e^i-rf    b.iglH  -ltd -  tO   th".  Crtj-J-..  3! dor':  bin  r-i  B.V.:*.  Car.  ���������it  'I    _:  cr. Pi, lean checks.  ",'. y-'.Prr. ,:.oi:.-_��������� out: '_!'."���������."'���������  ;:������������������..������������������ '���������'. work for the Re-d  ': you \uk*. nie wiih you?  ��������� ������������������r.y'.hu.f? ah mil the* job.  :.:" i .'j iviak**. pood."  look his '.'i.-.'t'.* fro:i*i Iji.4  .'���������"ti 'TV'*-'.  i'.r'-T. f*yniv,.ne.d  thr   c.t-,'<:���������:   bliic.  on-".".  5r,r.fc.  111 r  i '.-������������������   ���������?,>'..i  ..il...'-' t r  VV f 11 - -.' i:: < i t.    fl^iii'''  she*  Miry':,  ihr.h'-ri  rill r  inr..  "(h\i c,",  it--i"t full.  not a v:w ;  ciuun mi  latati". ;i"iiv  tlvrly: ".-  uli'jin"* i r,   :  i.t.'/i.y  f.ai'i'.c'';  n-i!   trj   ;.Ir-:i  11: f J ":'' I'l   i'l" I  *'���������      'iX  \i\   Ii*;j'-i   i-i v  said   hr-   A'.-:[j.      "T!  nf'V   left."    i'.tru,  *.ri"i.i  <:  I    -    ,1   jl).'   I  I   -   I   4     ll   4-      I   '   , I   I  ,,l   4  p.'.,i!u.':.".:,   !.'"   aeld  ill,   it   ii.it���������'!,���������,      i;':   i.r  i'    ������'''<��������� i   i  CHAPTER X.  It was a bitter cold night in midwinter, with a fierce gale driving in  from the Black Sea. Thc intense  darkness was alternated by periods of  vivid light, as the moon cut its way  like a silver scimitar through the  hurrying masses of snow-filled clouds.  All about the swamps of Derkos  and on the ragged line which ran beyond Tschataldscha, the Ottoman  army was making its last stand.  There were no camp-fires, for there  was little to burn and nothing to  cook. There was a dearth of everything of which an army stands in  need���������pure water, food, shelter, clothing, and, worst of all, faith; the last  a greater loss to the host of Islam  than all the rest.  Plague-stricken corpses rotted in  stagnant pools; plague-stricken soldiers, soon to become corpses, wallowed in ditches calling vainly on the  Prophet to relieve their distress. To  some of these on the outer lines their  God sent swift repose in scattering  volleys of rifle fire from the opposing trenches when., the moon burst  from the black, billowing clouds and  the flanking heights of thc Istrandja  Dagh gave a sense of direction to thc  fire.  Not far behind thc outer line was  a little    Turkish village,    where had  been stationed a caracol, and here in  the  crude  barracks      Pembroke  and  Rugglcs toiled and labored with    the  sick and wounded brought in     from  thc   firing-line.       In   this   improvised  field  hospital  a  few  lives  had     been  saved, and from its windows streamed thc only light    to be    seen    for  miles,  barring   the  bright  and  warn-  i-ip- rnys which flushed across the sea  from  the coast; light on   Kara  Burnt*,,  which   in  peace:  or   war  must  remain  into his   f,.{<pfj  ;uu] r.oust.'inl, without reference  to   iii'    i'i���������.-.(���������   <.i"   .'aii   of   Irdaiii.  An orderly came in, saluted Pembroke, and delivered a verbal mcii*  ' a-���������.���������."'. Pr.rn broke turned to Rugbies.  "Tlir colour:)':.. ...oing to visit the  out.)'.si:" and wains nn-. io ytt> .uuiif,,"  r of ..-;,;,* |K. "I've co, all I can switv^ to  lie-.re:. Hop on my pony anel tell him  I   lie*-1it   vou  in   my   place.     If  you  sec:  No Equinoctial Storms  Scientists oppose the widely held  belief that storms always occur at  the time of the autumn equinox. The  equinox may or may not be coninci-  dent with storm*"' iveathT  ���������or-hi"'*'" csv I mUi...,.'..  ..r -       .,.x ��������� -V _._, ..   _/._, ���������-,       .��������� t. -_      -4K.��������� .V l^\0  XXVm V 7d   VXXt  reasonably be expected to occur in  some parts of the world st anv t������tne.  The theory that it always does is relegated to the same class as those notions that    rain on  Easter presages  ha-m's Vegetable ������  ���������and Was  Baltimore, Md.-~"Nei  I traSered from organic  vous&a  aches  month'  Btsy!  the  men'  me.-*  my dd  ways *r  have  My eif   .totryl.,  ���������ST*     ham's ^  * Compear  //   consenti|  yj yopeWrtio  (/ / five bot  </ /- ft   has  .    cured sri!  work is a -oleasure.,   I tell all  _ ._..    4-tttrvatTvY^erK   .���������������_���������_?  4-_*l������<*a  \x  ���������taJL^jr   %im.%/m-tj*-*~* \fdt\   -Mur-  ���������  Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege  gound has done for me."-:  JDtuxx'UfuH.eUi, 603 Galv-af toa  more. Md.  It is only natural for *urv  dread the thought of an opera  ..      _-.     . . sman*?  worne****. haves heen rei  ram on seven succeeding Sundays, a| heal& by thia famous remedy,s  stormy St. Swithin's    Day means 40; Pinkham's Vegetable Compou  days of bad weather, and that lum-   ^���������������P*!'_?,t____!_ _^?_^__?e___!j^"vLsJ  ber made from a tree felled in the  dark of the moon will become worm-  eaten.  mappw  re-sim^   on  i.ir ".     'v v hat  ��������� r-     [ J i r I I       .', I 1 v  '.it i  i "re- s  rl.'.   \\\r  14 4.1,1  re-iV'.-  .;i  '1  :.j<i'. i.viih; iiijoin,  \> I j rin;. j ihcii) to  ov.l   tin*,  i.iii':.   thai.  ','iioi; ."  .l.llv   ioi    .t   <ie,*  the   hospital,  se-ciri   (o lia\-e:  l4*'*W^SZmm������2Z������mm^^  ezf ������^m, ^M^'-Wr* \^  "    "'       "  ": -P -���������:---'-  nua    smsm    ������**!  i ....' - r ,      , j I , ...Iii     i.lt',..>,i. .���������,       .1 i.U  .'.I   ini'/     ii.i    cfiiii't,   wl.eii;     a  Ije.ii*,'   v/.m  liite hnl   to  a  Masl-  .11 y.. ..n.i li-    l/cr    iu    liir    i.licitr������  a . t.    .iiiiliii l , ii       auu  r.Jj.  Ml   j  ,j 11'!   1  ll.*   ,.  rouii'  "<���������.-  ���������'' l ���������    "   .villi       ('.ftlrjiirl  k tail,   '.vhi*  !'   .o.'l  ..!.'.'���������'   t  ll.unid    ra'di.i  VV������rr    .t)j<",nly       ill  .Mai t on th nr  :j'  V'<il  ''*% "*^/_>L*^e5'*p������^^  -PJPV44,'.' !-7xm*im+iitutL.xiii���������n���������*"'' ��������� i ~4r   *^ZZ~tJx\i������!~'������***'*"  IViuliri.lo'^"   n/iltrd  th/-   i-oloiir),   In   rin ���������'lleiiil    l'".ui;liuli.  ' '���������������������������<���������.        ... r  ���������'     -i������ 4. . r.i      4/ n.rr.tr,. ''���������.'������  I r>ej/"u,j       IVij.ln e.lir'pj      oielerl>,        IJ*'  J   t  ',,'11.111    |      I r,v ���������..'������-,     ������...      ij*-       'Jriii      in.       .|,     j,|   ,  pi.' ���������-*���������."  The sentries were inspected, "and  the party was about to~-withdraw,  when the moon, which had been for  the last half-hour obscured, bored  through the flying cloud mass and  blazed down to flash from the bayonets of a dark body of men swarming up the slight declevity toward  thc Turkish trench. The colonel 'raised himself in his stirruns.  "Halt!" he cried. "Who goes  there?"  It was the first warning of thc assault, and his challenge came too late.  Although the' famished and exha*asted  Turks  roused     themselves,  prepared  TO        d.d.$f.TV4T ���������8-IAp t"        P������*4#-������t2*t-"/-PT-P TlTPtTl ftP4P  PP. P4V.4.4.4J m���������ox.0. ^rxr^���������x.xr.x .v���������x.r 0.0X-  stubbornness of their race, their scattering volley was" unavailing. The  trench stopped the rush no more than  a ditch dug in the sand might stop  the rush of a breaking wave. It was  bayonet work and quickly over, when  the enemy poured on up the slope in  open order.  For a handful of men like thc colonel's staff to try to check that raging flood was impossible, was suicidal. The colonel gave a sharp order  to retreat. But even as thc words  left his mouth, his Arab reared,  plunged, and fell, pinning its rider beneath him. ��������� It is possible that Ruggles alone saw this, for thc others  were already in flight. Thc Bulgarians were almost upon them, the  moonlight was glancing from thcir  bayonets, and thcir savage cries were  rent by thc gusty wind, but hampered by thcir heavy acouterments and  ankle-dccp in thc sandy mud, their  progress was slower than it seemed.  Ruggles saw, or thought he saw, a  forlorn hope of saving Colonel Hamid Pasha.  Hc flung himself to lhe ground and,  still holding the reins of his pony,  he sprang to the side of the old man,  who was struggling to free himself.  But even as he i*e-ae*.hed him the pony  screamed, tore itself away, and elash-  ed off into the darkness, Ruo-files,  light of foot, might have saved himself even then, but aome instinct  stronger than his fear of death held  him fast. He. stooped over thc  colonel, gripped hiiri under the shoulders, aud dragged  him  to his  feet.  Though theoretically a noncoinhat-  ant, Rui.i'les, like Pembroke-, carried  a reve>lvcr, as amongst the: lhihcar-  iaiis were many who we're: no respecter-; of the Red Cross, of which Christian corps, ay Rugglea fiaw it, the  agents we-rc in uo way bound to suffer 111:11 tyrdoni ut lhe hands of sonic  lihaggy swineherd from the heights  of  the  Kejp.ignlk   Mountains.    So, ao  .lip*   rush   bore  down   upon   them,  he  >.������....,    r . ...  11e*������;ii]jp hii... Jl.iniiel Pasha drew his  nvvord, anel alnio-it as he elul se>, tiie  Iwo wen: lo lhe*. thick of it. Thc  brilliant moonlight glistened on the  iiUvrry lj������-.������d of thr old Ottoman nr*.  he low.:: i.d above hi:* neiuat t*r,.-..>il-  mitu, umi blazce. on Ruhh1i.;':> *.;olilci-  hear., p������! t.if pair, almost emble-iuntie:  ol   l:,:t-!t mid   Weal, (stood  Hide  Py  GEE, BUT IT'S GOOD  FOR A BAB COLD  /  Nothing   Can   Touch   Catarrhozone in Curing Quickly  will pay any woman who euffe  uue!*" ailments to consider trying  fore eubmitting to such a trying ������:  Scotland Going Dry  Minister Saya Country Will Vot-a  *"fOjoiuition in. Sprung  "Scotland is going dry next year/*  according to Rev. Dr. J. H. Jowett,  who sailed on the Adriatic for England recently, after preaching ������  month* in his former church at    the  You may dislike taking medicine��������������� r.,.. ,-,     ,   .    . .      .  but coughs are best    cured without  -f^th _ avenue    Presbyterian   church,  mcaicine. iuc modern treatment is  "Catarrhozone"���������it isn't a drug���������it's  a healing vapor full of pine essences  and healing balsams. It spreads over  the surfaces that are weak and sore  froth, coughing. Every spot that is  congested is healed ��������� irritation    is  New ������ orRs  "It will surprise  "that  I make    the  many," he said,  assertion '  that  Scotland n-ext year will vote to go  dry, for I do not believe it is realised  here bow far the temperance move-  soothed away, phlegm and secretions ment has progressed in the    British  arc  cleaned  out,  and  aii  symptoms , -js-, s     A >���������������������*,��������� w-���������;_p������n >.*������, ���������.v..-M.  of cold and catarrh are cured. Noth  ing so quick,    nothing so  pleasant as  Catarrhozone.  of dangerous  substitutes  deceive   you  sure,    so  Beware  meant to  for   genuine Catarrho-  t~ country wmen nas promoi-  tion will become eighty per cent.  more Efficient than^bnc which has not,  and the drink-ridden countries across  thc  sea will   have  to  follow  in  the  zone.     Large size   which   lasts   two ,.    . .       z ..     TT ..   . e������ ^ ., ~   ������-ii  months, price $1.00;- small  size 50c; ifootsteps of the Umted States or fall  sample size 25c, at all dealers. {behind in the economic race.  Largest Statue in World  It is reported from Japan that  there is being carved there thc largest statute in the world. It is a recumbent cfugy of Nichiren, a Japanese patron saint, cut rrom a natural granite rock on a hillside in thc  Island of Ushigakubi, or the "Cow's  Head," in the insland sea of Scto.  This stone image, it appears, will be  240 feet long, 60 feet longer than the  sleeping Buddha at Scgu, Burma, and  considerably larger than the Sphinx  in  Egypt.  I Wouldn't Work  '    Bank: It is possible to    cut some  people by ignoring them completely..  Plank: I wish I could cut my lawn  that way. ���������--���������*  ���������*%#-���������____��������������� ^BsJessEe, ������E5ss������*ss**  IS aslll?' Relreshlofl and ttesllsf  IA *~W-~~l-m iejioa���������MurinelorR-sd!"  iry.��������� m mm .00m *ness������ Soreness, Granula*  ��������� %/-P~^~0- tion, Itching and Burning  HL^^ ^-r**^ 0f the Eyes or Eyelids:  "2 Drops" .After tha Movlea. Motoring tst GoM  will win your conflde-mco. Atek' Your Dnuiai&S  for Murine whe-n y-ur Eye-* Nesed Care. U-lm  DH~ucl~x~ Gyo R-amcdsr Co., C-~lct~m*m  W.        N.  U.  1288  04*  Z$P0?-l  liliiVilllil'hils'.ii.  "ifii'.'ViiiiUi'.i.r. -  i'lipiSfeilll  'i'.'iiii'iii'i'iHi'iy11-'  ���������CfcjA'eJ*^   H-V-y-SJ-    H-<'/ri*."U*������   ^.X.4*d*t~-t>*9   \ism    H   nfr*  "���������JZ-^.J    S.   Im    JL    T~rm      tZZ'tX.XST.d'K-**-*    J1AA    MmSmm-di  BY Dlt. A. *0. J3A13COCK.  You can talco your boy aud out of him make anything you like !!  you can get him under good self-discipline. All roads are open to the  rrnnn who if*! p.tronjv; nnd (ij,. TTvu-lo Sntn toolc "'our hoyH"���������those n1.-i.h-  bided, stooped, ho!low������cheated youths���������and made of them vigorous,  well-developed, well set-up and courageous men. Tako the right  way! Train yourself and your ehildron to tako proper exercise,  drink plenty of water and keep tho system elcan. Your doetor will  tell you that anything from a common cold or headaeho to tho most  oerious illnesa may result from tho absorption of poisons in tho  Intestines.  Thf. firnf* T.rinnrile in to kenvi tho HVfitem clean. OeeaRionally Reo  that tho boy or girl, an well as youraeli", lma im internal bixii..  It may be with cantor oil or n tiny pil! of May-apple, aloi������������ _>nd jnhiiv  Which is Bold by druggiats aa Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.  If a cold fittirtu with a cough and it pertiiat.s, then uomo local  treatment for thia condition uhouhl bo taken. A well-known alter-  n.tiv~<H extract, which him been on tho maiket for ii great many yearn,  nnd which him been highly recommended by thouaandH of ifnerH, ia  Dr. Pieree'o Golden Medical Di������covcry.   Thin tonic compound iu  nn>nni.<ii..l ���������������>(>  ..������.  t.vri rt*i-i *if mi-iin .iiul Ipj.cIpm    >p/tl li.jjll, pili-j tlud. jjili! bull a  cjootliing clfcct upon the mucouu membrane, ullayn the irritation and  fait    thi*    ilUll.U    tlUiC     V.OlU.'>    iii    i,lii>    litLJljLrL     XxLLtl    .-xX.ri-X.x.-.\~    \i .v')" ���������    x'.t    t U (*    ~A'A  of tho trouble���������'tho Htimuuted or poiwoned blood.  i4...M.4iwi^ i Mrt tdXt jm I WW.  *M-ij^^pmmmm)~,iii  t,istaimj4tmmiiWit^^  ipYi|i������iMie*eM^^  JII^IM*ijlWiiflBlfiWMil^^ BnJJBiftT*iW������iip������-Bii*-*rTri^^^^^w**���������a****���������1***^^  .TT^TffiCpuffyH^^ ''-, -,.,' '���������' .���������fr^**T*rin  BEVIEW.  W-^^^ir^ijAr i ER SIXTY? |  -You surely iiiust if you don't save when you are g  iyoung. An Excelsior Endowment is the best way. s  Write for pamplet to-day    ""* S  BE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO. I  W-JNNTPRp..  SASKAIOON"  EDMONTON  VANCOUVER  's  "I    Women Dive For Shells    I  i  VMS NtW PR8NCM KBMCOY. Wrt. M.-Z. NA  THfiRAPIOM B5������K&  rjAtauccesi, cures ciiromic.wbaxkess, lost vicmb  Vni. K'BNBV.   BUADDEK. DISEASJtS.  BLOOD   VOISON.  (I1.M.   EtTHKK NO. OJIUaOIST* ar MAIL SI. POST 4 CT*  ���������rouosaj. c������, W, sstKMAN st.nbw Yoa.Kon_.yMAH Bung  TORONTO. *������m������TOJl rRBS -JJOOK TOlPR. LB CLERSJ  bc-9.CO.H4VXK8T0--KRD.HAWrbT2_D, I^JHDOH. BHei.  "^S KSWB-srAesSS WASTELESS) FORMO.?   -ia- to -r.MtiJ  ITHE^APIOIM tA._.faDcUM  IS THAT MADS MARKED WORD ' TKK-BAf ZOS    tS C3  -..-aOprr.BTAK** *������"PlXJtO TO Ait oB-tuuis s-acssx������  A -Consolidated Union  Weoa.'s  Australian Premier Says Empire Will  Hang Together  A despatch to the London Daily  Mail from Sydney say that in a  speech at Brisbane, Premier Hughes  said that when he was recently in  South Africa, General Botha had said  to him: "If you call to us across the  ocean we shall come to you. We look  The Japanese industry of making  buttons, -scarfpins, shirt studs, cuff  links and the like from sea shells  brought from the Indian Ocean, the  Philippines and the South Sea  islands, has made mighty strides  these iast few years, says Gas Logic.  Millions of the shells are gathered  from the ocean bottom by women  divers, who work without the aid of  any diving apparatus whatever.  ^r--r. __*! W H������3-������.  *&Z<ZSmm^LS _tSS.  II]  "J"**"** Y ���������������_"���������*! TT. "S^.T* fm" "Wlx. "W7.1T%  X\~~9   JL   \KJ    JL     --~-.~V.J-.   mm. m-~\~   JSLV  ���������er Stranjirles in stallions, brood marea. 'colts .and all others is most  destructire. The sesui causing disease must be removed from  the body of the animaL To prevent the trouble tho same vx--~X  be dose.  SPOHN'S  COMPOUND  ���������will  do  both���������(-tire  the  oick  and   pre-rent  those  "exposed"  freMB  having the disease.    Sold by your dmssist or thc txianufscturesi,  SPOHN  MEDICAL CO., Mfrs., Goshen, Ind.  U.S.A.  ra  The  GredS^ English   Hemedy.  Tones and invigorates ths -srhols  nervoup system, makes new Eipod  m....     -~   in old Veins,   Curea lVervotta ' upon you as the outpost of the Em  Debility, Mental and Brain Worry, JL/eppon. J  denev, /.oss vf Energy, 1'alpitatitm, cf the  Heart, jpattiti. Hlemor.i. Price 31 per box, six  lor $3. On8*ejTilljpleoDe,6ix will cure. Cold by sit  Sratgints or snailcd in plena ptg. on reer.r>t of  pricft. K^snpfinphfet'wailed. free. THSV/OOQ  SaSGSCSNE CO.,TeB0ST0,SHT. (rsrtasil.VSilsiKf^.  America^. Pioneer  I Dog Remedies.  Wn���������i���������mma���������a���������  BOOK  ON  DOG    DISEASES  and   Have-  to *Fee<i       S i  Mailed    Free    to    any I j  Address   by  the g I  Author 11  H.   CLAY   GT-OVEK  CO.,   INC.,  118    West    31st-street,  New York. U.S.A.  maammammmmmmaamtcssamanme^t  pire.   You stand between us and that\  outer world of thousands of millions  which hems us about.    If you fall we  fall; if we call you we know' 3*ou will  come."  Premier Hughes continued: "So it  is  with  New  Zealand and Australia, fof nervousness or weak blood.   They  arc almost sure to fall victims of St.  Those   who  touch  us   touch  Canada.  Thosc who touch Britain-touch us."  MONEY ORDERS  Remit by Dominion Express "Money Order.  If lost or stolen, you get  your  money back-  V"    '     i ���������������������������.��������������������������� ���������������      ��������� m.0 0-0i-0-t  Dad's View  The Pastor: "So God has sent you  two more little brothers, Doily?"  Dolly (brightly): "Yes, and he  knows where the money's coming  from. I heard daddy say so."���������-Tit-  Bits.  Ministers denounce gambling, yet  they keep right on boosting the matrimonial  game.  Faint ani Dizzy Spells.  \Veakness and  Shortness of Breath.  THE NERVOUS  SCH30L CHILD  Needs Rich, Red Blood to Regain  H-Jalth and Strength  Many children start school in excellent health, but after a short time  home work, examinations, hurried  meals and crowded school rooms  cause their blood to become weak  and thin, their nerves over wrought  and their color and spirits lost. It is  a great mistake to let matters drift  when boys and girls show symptoms  oSlars saved by Bovril  Bovril used in tho  Kitchen   means   dollars saved in th������  Bank.  It makes sourishm*? hot dishes out of eold food which would  not other-wise be eaten.    But see that you get the real thing.  If it is not in the Bovrii bottie it is not Bovril.     And it  must be Bovril.  ft.B.a.  Novel Bolshevist Scheme  The   entire   Dutch   press   joina   lo  scathing criticism of an article advo-  Tolstoi's Country House To Be Kept gating   the  surrender  of  the  formes  As A Public  Memorial German emperor for trial, which ap-  The  Bolshevist Government has a  Vitus dance, or drift into debility that  leads to other troubles. Regular  mcais,   OUt-door   ff-jrarrise   *ind   t>!rntv  somewhat Gilbertian scheme for the  disposal of Tolstoi's country house,  Yasnaya Poiyana. The propeftv is  nationalized, and is to be kept up as  a public memorial of its late illustrious tenant. As, however, the great-  peared recently in the weekly journal  New Amsterdam.  of sleep are necessary to combat the  nervous wear of school life. But it  is still more important that parents  should pay strict attention to the  school child's blood supply. Keep  his rich and red by giving Dr. Williams Pink Pills according to directions and the boy or girl will be sturdy and fit for school. The value of "___.��������� s .-. ~ . *i.^:. ������,������������  Dr. Williams Pink Pills   in   cases   of  ernment   officials  to_ rent   their  own  fSdx    mm*     mvtttmts  another aay ������e-iu__s  It obi iiff, Bl������*sdi  Ins. or t-Vomjj_������  ins Pllaa. Nes  atTrfftoai o~mf*  r    -      - - , atioo   nqtilrotV  er  part of  the  house  was destroyed  Dr. Chsse'-n Ointment -Mil relieve yon ������t onoi  last year by Bolshevist brigands, the ^fi." SlSiSUS. ������������. aV. utit-i  Toronto.   Siunpte bos ������reo U yon mention ~-i~  ���������uommnssat-y of .Aft has assigned 175(-  000 roubles to its reconstruction.  The Tolstoi family have been invited,, on condition of becoming Gov  ���������papat -Ms*" ������nclo������e .c stamp ������o pay posugm.  **������  How's This?  V/e offer $100.00 lor any case of catarrh  that cannot - be cored by HALL'S  CATARRH   MEDICINE.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken internally and acts through the Blood or.  the   Mucous Surlacca of ths System.  Sold by   Druygisis for over forty years.  Price   75c.     Testimonials   free.  F. J.  Cheney  &  Co.,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Too   often     when  a  man  tries   to  pinch others he hurts himself.  Every careful and observant mo  ther knows when her child suffers  from worms. She also knows that  If some remedy bc not speedily applied much harm will result to the  infant. The best application that can  be   got   is   Miller's   Worm   Powders  You can generally tell when the-  hcar't is affected by., the faint and dizzy spells, thc shortness of breath, palpitation, throbbing, irregular beating,  ! smothering sensations, weak, sinking,  I all-gone feeling, choking sensation,  etc.  Many men and women become  rundown and wonv out when otherwise they could be strong and healthy  if thcy wouid only pay some attention  to the first sign of heart weakness.  No remedy will do so much to  make the heart regain strength and  vigor, regulate its beat and restore  it to a healthy and normal condition  as Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills.  Mrs. C. A. S. Drake, Paris, Ont.,  writes:���������"1 have used on towards thc  second box of Miiburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills and find they have done  mc good. 1 had those fainting, dizzy  spells, once in-a while, and also weakness and shortness of breath, and  would become so choked up at times  1 could hardly "sleep without sitting  up  in   bed.     When   walking   too   fast  They drive worms  from   the system  1 would have to stop and try to catch  and set up  stimulating  and soothing I my breath.    1 feci a lot better .since  effects',   so  that   the   child's  progress  thereafter is painless  and  satisfying.  All the 'good poets arc dead. This  should bc a solemn warning to the  word rhymers of today who havc aspirations.  qj���������i^������������������������������������iM������iHiriT-jT mmirvtsniuim^mtmmmmrmmtmsmmm^mimmmmmmmmmmm^at^mmm^  mm _     _  1 have used your pills and know that  they have helped me wonderfully as  1  have   improved  very  much."  Price 50c. a box at all dealers or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.   ,  this kind is shown by the statement  of Mrs. Pearl G. Harrington, King3-  ville.  Ont., who says:���������-"1  havc often  felt that  I should write you and let  you know   what   Dr.   Williams* Pink  Pills did for me.   At the age of thirteen   I   was  afflicted   with   St.   Vitus  Dance.    The  trouble  became  so- severe   that   1   had  to  be   taken   from  school.     I   was  given   medical  treatment but it did not help me, in fact  i was steadily growing worse.    Then  a  .friend advised ray  mother to  give  mc   Dr.  Williams   Pink   Pills,   which  she did, with the happiest results, as  the piiis completely -cured  mc and" I  was again able to take up my studies  and attend school.   Again about three  years ago  1   was attacked  with  nervous prostration and once more took  Dr.   Williams   Pink   Pills,   and   after  using  five  boxes  was   fully  restored.  I cannot praise these pills too highly  as  1 believe  they will  cure any case  of St. Vitus dance, or restore anyone  who is weak, nervous or run down.  You can safely give Dr. Williams  Pink Pills to the most-delicate child,  or take them yourself with equally  good results when you need a blood  tonic. These pills are sold by all  dealers in medicine or will be sent  by mail, post paid, at 5 cents a box  or six boxes for $2.50 by Thc Dr. Williams  Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  property from the State and occupy  the house!  Mothers Value This Oil.���������Mothers  who know how suddenly croup may  seize their children and how necessary prompt action is in applying relief, always keep at hand a supply  of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, because experience has taught them  that there is no better preparation  to be had for the treatment of this  ailment. And they are wise, for its  various uses render it a valuable medicine.  mAT^~&-f*iUb   #>Ail  Crowing on the Manitoba Agricultural College grounds are a number  of selected native seeding plum trees.  These trees were in full bearing this  year, and thcir crop has demonstrated very clearly that plums of good  size and quality can be grown in  Manitoba. From 50 to 100 pounds of  fruit have been taken from each tree.  The Unkindest Cut  "It's four years how since he left  me," said the deserted wife. "I remember it just as well as yesterday���������  how he stood at the door, holding it  open till six flies got into the house."  ���������Boston Transcript.  Habits are like porous plasters,  easy to acquire and hard to get rid  of.  CORNS? HAVE YOU ANY?  Old age makes a specialty  of discovering  lost  opportunities.  If so, you want to try Putnam's  Corn Extractor; it is not a cheap acid  salve, but a genuine 25c cure that  does remove corns in twenty-four  hours. Be sure and get "Putnam's  F.Ktractor," 25c at all dealers.  A flour mill with a daily capacity  of 60.000 pounds recently began operations at Kaifeng, China. The machinery is of the latest American  pattern.  Minard's jLiniment Cures Diphtheria-  British Strike Very Costly  The approximate cost of the recent  railway strike to the British treasury was ������10.000.000 sterling, according to an announcement made by the  Chancellor of the Exchequer in the j  House of Commons. Thc Chancellor  added that the publicity campaign  against thc strike cost the government more than  ������32,000 sterling.  tiaxids ax&4  c@3s.ited  cur  ~j mm mx  ANU  To Men Who Live Inactive Lives.  ���������Exercise tn thc open air is the best  tonic for the stomach and .system  generally; but there are those who  arc compelled to follow sedentary  occupations, and the inactivity tends  to restrict thc healthy .iction of the  digestive organs and sickness follows.  i\.rn.ele-j't> Vi-go'table* Pills regulate  thc stomach and liver and restore  healthy action. It is wise to have a  packet of thc pills always on hand.  Our idea of a hopeless liar is a person who says hc never nialccs mistake."*.    '  VEGETABLES  PERFECTLY  GQOKEO  lust heat andeat  4>t>.o>.������p4pp4-������>e*i>.4>p'9>.9''S*P49..e.tf><*!**9**'*.'e**v<  Minard's; Liniment Cures Colds,  &c.  Walked 95 Miles in One Day  One   of   the   most  remarkable   pe-  i]f'���������tri'iji-i      p**\.fr   known      i������-   probably  Edward Pay son Weston, who walked  in one day from Philadelphia to New  York, a distance pf ninety-five miles.  Hr Wt the City Hall In  Philadelphia  at five minutcR after midnight,    and  readied the City Hall in  New York  at 11.35 p.m.    A year Inter he wnllo  ��������� * *    * . *     .**...*  I      .    . .        XI   .    *.   4 -  . .   4_       ��������� V. .    4.    . . . .��������� _. x-         x. .���������    ���������   i *z,~\-; y*"*r-* h~tnrt- hfn.lntt bin own  previou* time by many houro, and  going 1,300 niileo in 24 daya 20 hours.  Of all the rival.-* an athlete ban to  face, the titojt difficult to overcome  is hlu past ttelf.  Very Accommodating  "How did you get on?"  The sweet maiden breathed the  words into her lover's manly car as  she met him in thc passage. He had  been 'seeing father,' and she wanted  to know the result.  "Oh, your father is heartless." said  thc young man indignantly. "I-I told  him I could not live without you,  ;md "  "Yes, Ycsr-impalicntly. "What  did  he  say?"  "lie merely c>lVr-r_d to pay *.*������������������"}��������� funeral expenses 1"  Wli.it'   other   men   have   done,   you  may do.    Carlyl.  ������*.-.*���������<.*��������� "TTr <*-,in  who  "  thinks he can."    Emerson .says, "Nobody can cheat you out of ultimate  success but yourself."  BIFF!  Stop joking Liver and Bowelo    j  with violent drugs, but        |  talce "Cascarets.'*1  f..������-������~*..������-.4������4.������44(4.4������..a..  ..���������..���������>.������**������.P4-|.4*.4*'.a444W������..'J.*P4|  ijyuamiting" bile out of your system with calomel .and other sickening  purgatives is all wrong. Salts. Oil,  and Cathartic Waters act by flooding  thc bowels with the digestive juice*  which arc vital to the stcmach. Cascarets are elilTerent. Thcy act aa a  tonic to the bowel muscles, which in  thc only sensible way to relieve a  bilious attack, a sour, acid stomach,  or ccr.ctipated bov**'?'". Tln*^ ������'* nn  griping or inconvenience. You  naturally return to regularity and  cheerfulness. Cascarets cost very  little, and they work while you sleep.  KiJlalltiw��������� ii* lp.vr.  ���������it nrlMd CadloUU ���������  ~\������0l tmrvriea watcb tmtt  ontdexsr tst-.i-kart. ntXr*  ttonUu er-d bojr������  fi "MUttl 9109 ���������  Wat-fti-bury  ttwedllollle*  a ttimtM ������J������������<J ll  i������i^.p������������u3y<>o"v  ���������t*rtJ������t������d ud J������w  .. tmimml *-00  ~tt.<.S-~-urittt  t������muf������������  ^D ��������� 0 D.: D:'S^-*  ffZ&A-mfmVmmWrlmmWm^^  m?-twmm ���������*��������� i ~t ~~\im^SSS������5^~i  Tin  f"4������������iiii������u nun nwii������.imii4i.iiri|ii������������iwii'wp������ii4������pinp-i������������.������.,1 ni,,.,.  lyy?p'_rw.������r'i������M^i������iP^i,P4ni.K^  edit- la lr.x_.lt  I  It)     l_JMU.CC-     J.IU.U    XUVJt-l  In view of the shortage of British  coal for export purposes, it it reported  that French  scieiitlttte and iudus-  ti'iuiiulU        UIC    CJIUCtiVOJ mm     LL,    aUi'^iiy  power by hanicssinjf the tidw.    For  several years French scientific    men  have declared that this watt uo iauija-  tic   Uieaiu,   and   ulrcauy   con_.dejui>.c i  :._   ....**_.      ��������� -        <     ������   '  .... ...       rx.  lected. in order to apply these theo-  rleo to the tegt of practice, a .small  6cicuiiuc cuUJpp*4iy *.m~ ZjClA, fp^..,".c...  te*> rrerry ont cxp<-rim(*nt������i at I'looin-  <*n-pr1i   nn thr Cnten <lu Nord.  rr-rrVti'-LX-l. ���������Lin."'  'UZZ      ,-���������  ���������  m   .0   -. 1,1 -..  .��������� a  . _;a|L,-  _������"M* ^~������ mfm       ~0   ���������*-'���������������������������-��������� ���������**��������� im-mim Sm-4 ..'   ���������> -*VJ   ->    "-���������' -   *      '��������� ���������������.. ������������������-���������-'  .       ti -i:���������.Al > i  i2.Ul JlI'lt;Ct.al������J,������-.   \xmuidxxmjfi0  ROBT. H. XMGERSOLL & BRO.  IM ���������fU.ErrHY HT. TMONTilKAU CASH  JE"?!''.^^,.,  .-..)���������" i<t*������is*#!_vxi  :..  ir.  12US  sr^jisysMuw  5l....M*lft'i^^  riii'P. .ii;mW[iii.i.i;i)w^phi.1iii(  mmmmmHmtrxmm.s<m  '-"'    NMMr'"- .-'���������-���������;.'.:wa.V:;^^  THE  CRESTON  BEYIEt?  rye purer  I  II**.    *UBBIk.W B  Cp.)liCei'ilc<--i  in v������.">8  .pr-pylr  v p-rj. ..-P.  are directly  and with the generous support or  practically the entire public can  the ends in view be obtained; injury  AXr������-������    *.r%rxM    \.s->T.itAlx,  1 *     -c-      ll-uva      XM -A ������. V* M Jt  to the country at large and to each  4.       V\  ...ii I;__ ,4..,-nj.:-������   ...-.v. n,,..  -"pl-pl'sationS  and   evervonft   of   us   muse   rouow i m oo.uieeujyj.   wa���������������. p~.----o  even a partial failure.    Self-interest [to   our    -**-���������^    soldiers.      The  _    .. ' .      ' 114       .  Issue*.! every Friday at Creston  SubscriDtion :   $'2"a" v(-ui-������in advance;  S2-50 to U.S. points. '  U. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner'   ,_,,_.. vv .    i self respect and sell'-protection com-  rUESTON, B.C., FRIDAY. NOV. 14 i bine to urge a Kreat popular move-  ��������� ��������� - ���������      -    -    - ��������� - -    . *-   ment iif support of the loan.  Th������ Last Qs&Sa \   ^hat* ^;iu^f< "ol;|d b/tbe  I position of the Creston Valley tarm-  ! er and fruit grower ^j^ t^js joan  It is a duty, it is a privilege, it is ! meet with failure?    Tlie sale of-our       nfi-jiin call attention to the*fact "that a very large  ...       --T.X-Jr.r         rx-       X.l.rx       Pill-id^        tllUS      Ob"  Pi'U|JP.->l  1>JLp-*>- XJX        XIX.Tr        *������������������*."*   tained at*e necessary tp carry on the.  various plans for  re-establishment  NOTICE  Girl  ij->������ti������.r\i  country's,   revenue  soldiers,  will   be  abont  Ail accounts other limn prize money  payable by Creston Valley Agricultural Association must be rendered on or  before Wednesday, Noy. 10th, on  which elate books will be closed. Bv  order of-Board. GUY CONSTABLE,  Secretary.  t_^.4..p.rp  IllfUOV-  Erickson.  WANTED-To     assist    with  .v     A pp������y Mrs.-- F.   Putnam,  $25G,0b0,000 this year and the outlay will run to nearly ������700,000,000,  of which some $350,000,000 will be  required for distribution among our  veterans. .    "  For these reasons alone, entirely  [apart from   the   .attractive  TENDERS BE SKATING RINK  Sealed tenders addressed to Creston  Valley   AgriculturiU:*' Association  will  be received for the renting of the u a.  buiidinj.  for a skating rink J������l"   thi'  season   1919-20.    Tenders, must, be in  by  Nov.  25th  next,  and  ���������tmnfifA ou-  120 acres, good cattle ranch,   with I envelope, "Tender.'^ Highest^ur any.,  stick, will exlhange for improved land   tender  not necessardy "g^P^^f  around Creston.    Apply JOHN AVIS,   order of Board.     GUY CONfel ABl.il*.  FOR EXCHANGE  >. vallev   P1**   * ���������y **���������*���������  . i  x   i*   'nr.   uZt- i rie Provinces, who in their turn rely  ;S���������1T iT-i��������� t   ..I8 Vict'oS I ��������� -Po.. *e 9a,,���������, ..���������eir wheat.  Bonds.  '""V   " l   'Without the establishment of credits for the purchase of grain and  other foodstuffs in Great Britain  not a bushel in excess of the amount  required   fot  could   be  sold * abroad   this   year  Under such circumstances it is not  I'll   \JX*x-t  It is possible that this year the  appeal does not carry with it the  same direct incentive that prompted the hard work and 'generous response   on the part of our citizens  during   the  period   when  the  war ��������� w.*-.- ~~    was in progress; but while the need I difficult   to   imagine   what   would  may not today be so directly appap-1 happen   to our  fruit  markets.    If  eivt as during the fateful time when  the   result   of  the   great   conflict  seemed to hang in the balance, in  reality the urge should be just as  and the safety of the investment,  Canadians should look upon this  loan as their final patriotic effort  in .financing their country over the  war, and act accordingly���������as they  acted when their country called upon them for financial assistance on  previous occasions.  \~ZZZ~    rxrx, c.vvTvnrvi^ i    This is the wind-np.    Let us tin-  home    consumption   . ,    , ..        .r ,,  ������   ---s   x\ :_.   ���������_^- j isn the war with a clean recordl  return   P-ry Siding. B.C.  Secretary.  insistent aa it was during those  days of distress and uncertainty.  It cannot be too strongly pointed  e>ut that this is a national movement, for great national ends in  which Canadians of all shades of  opinion   upon   other   matters, are  " " ��������� 1     -4.   -  for no otner motive, self interest  should impel the Creston Valley to  stand solidly behind this loan.  ���������-*- The money is also needed for  capital outlay on shipbuilding, and  for other big national undertakings  which form part of Canada's industrial reconstruction programme, for  the establishment of the necessary  credits for the purchase of grain,  foodstuffs, timber   and   other' pro  October HaS* Rep&^i  Number attending*. 19.  Average attendance 16.7.  Percentage, 89.  TTitrVi^st standing in classes : Inter-  inerliate���������Frances Lyne. Earl Bit-ney.  Advanced���������Frances Knott, Dorothy  Stark.   Preliminary���������Marry Compton.  Perfect attendance and punctuality  ���������Lillian Cherrington, Ruth Compton,  Harry Compton, Hazel Hobden, Earl  Swanson. __ . ,  ���������_/,   _Y__4   __>������ P.J'Misr.p'pp*   jl-..*-.'.'-   ���������   - -*���������* sr- -  cooperating.      Only   by    com'plete  ducts-and it will all  be spent, in  unity of aim on tbe part of all who (Canada.  Fob Sale���������Baby sleigh, 2 creamery  cans, 1 milk pail.   Review Office.  SAVE and PROSPER  The companions oi Victory are  WorM and Thrift. If the people of  Can ada practise these essentials, our  great problems of reconstruction can  be settled to th e mutual benefit of all.  Don't wadte! Save and prosper.  THE CANADIAN BANK: |  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL       -        -.       {ftgMjOO  RESERVE FUND -/       - $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH, C. G. Bennett, Manager. "  ���������B  m  Sfi  They dream of the literary and musical  education they are going to give their  daughter, and of the high position she will  take in her sphere of womanhood.  They dream of the education they are  going to give their son and vision him some  day as a clergyman, a famous lawyer an  eminent physician, a prominent financier,  or a captain of industry.  But to make these dreams come true  or even  partly true���������requires foresight, **  planning and money  To  provide  the  money what   plan so  wise as to buy Victory Bonds for each child?  Thousands of  parents  bought Victory  Bonds, for their children in 1917 arid 1918  /  Surely you will be among the thousands  of loving parents who will buy Victory  Bonds for their children���������this year?  Victory Bonds may be bought on instalments at such easy terms that every parent  who so wishes may buy  4 wMimiz # Twvi  //MPs  ypZffi.< Jx'y j^WZP'Z*-'' ���������*s---y/*'&~-^'^)iyW  *     '  ���������S''Z/Z*/Z/   '���������?,'���������'>   ^^^Jt~~~-^'  Xr.m-z  yy^p'P'-yy  jt*jwi������/ -v^^yy  Cfcsirxr JD OTldLS 1 OT  .'-70���������'   '���������" ' "**   ^^r- ������������������  Issuscd by Cpanada'n Victory bonn Committee  in co-opcratiou witb the  Minister of Finance  of the Dominion of Canada.  jren  625  ^���������������������������-���������-PA^AP. 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' iK>\%p-h'\^''v:- *;//''������������������������������������>/���������'<������������������  ������'..'.������������������-'i!!!ini!.!|!|���������;,;i.-.!,. ,.���������...-������.��������� .    ���������_,'  ../i ...������������������'.  .vy  \ \  .....ir-.. .-r.4x'.V.>    .-., i- ...4. -v..    40711. ������������������������.:.   ���������JJ.ii.r ���������    -     ���������  ���������wj../^-'.?^-^^  sKa*affi������a������*s^  ���������tt-3>*������*-*^^  taiiitommAmt. ..im. a MlHli4*ii^ip|-ijrilT>iMrt*M^V#11ilhijeiliMilp^ig'ilht Ht*tfhllBlil^  ���������*-r'������"*������ --*-,y*������f*,i'^ej-,p--*->^^w?WWW smtirmwlllM^^  h. i������^iPM������*iaippJ������iWI-M������^^ lAnttfiM. vHrMHt-Oiii}*#t m-.*imi-*fmm*ik-<Hmm~4LW-+s^^ ^t-l^ui At,i,i~~mi . J _  THE  CRESTON  BEVIEW  SALE.  X19SO  ���������/-,... '  ������������������jj'.'.'  xj^fvimmt&im  'iv^JS^l-s-i������������������������������������iesujers will be received .by  g^KesiMthisfcer of L-tnds not later than  I'no^ibn the 9th day of Decernbei .ISsOv  )������f-y'r'the piir'qhase of I^icenrso X1950, to  cut 1,192,000 feet of Yellow Pine, Tarn-  ai-ac. White Pine, Fir and Cedar, on  an area situated near'Kitchener,.Kootenay District.  Two (2) years will be allowed for re-  ���������nioyal of timber.  Further particulars of the Chief Fov-  rester, Victoria, BX!._, or District For-  e>ster, Cranbrook  Would you lend a soldier. $50 i  jrou knew it would save his life? Buj  Victory Bends and feeep the militar*)  hospitals   up.  If you appreciate a good invest  ment you.will buy a Vit-rory Bond.  You deceive no one but yoursel:  when you say you can't afford a Vi������  U>ry Bond.  Mii-~.h-\.BBes*  fiiKB  tmtt  v-s."1- ."5*tr.fe'������vp^.  ,-'-���������' "���������rP;,!- 'fi-j.A>  'Sr.-'-:-. \'. ���������'���������'/'.'��������� !.0\  *m to BBSS IB    ^____J____EE3  uui ii  ssn?������0������ to nfiHTRAnTnR^  11U B l������j_.    !U   UUHilinui U a\x-  ���������KASLO DISTRJCT  Highway Bridge, over Goat River, near  Erickson  Sealed tender's, superscribed "Teiid-  e-rs for Goat River Bridge. Erickson,"  will be received by the Honourable the  Minister of Public Works up to. noon  of Tuesday, the 25th day of November,  1919, for the.erection and completion  e>f h_ Highway Bridge over the Goat  River, near Erickson.  Plans, Specifications, Contract and  Forms of Tender mav be seen on and  after the 4th day of" November. 1919,  at Dept. of Public Works, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C.;-at the office  of the District Engineer, Court House,  Vancouver, B.C.* and the oflSee of the  District Engineer, Nelson, B.C.  Plans may be obtained from any e)f  the. above-mentioned upon payment of  a deposit of $5. which will he refunded  upon return of .plans.  "Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank of  Canada, made payable Co the Honorable the Minister of Public Works, for  the sum of ten per cent,.of the amount  of the tender for the due fulfillment of  the contract, which shall be forfeited  if the party tendering decline to enter  ihto contract when called upon to de>  so, or if he fail to complete the work  contracted for. The cheepies or certificates of deposits of unsuccessful tend  ers will be returned to them upon the  execution of the contract.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made out on the forms supplied, signed  with the actual signature of the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelope furnished.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.        ���������*    ������������������      .  A. E. FOREMAN.  Public Works Engineer.  Public Works Department,  Victoria. B.C., 29th October. 1919.  lues  Dependable Brands,  Today's chilly weather is a  forerunner of what is to be  expected in the menths ahead  ���������it's a reminder, too, that  heavier underwear is a necessity that should be bought  now, while our stocks are  complete. We specially emphasize our lines of  Ladies', Misses' and  Children's in the well-  known Watson Brand  of high grade underwear.  Also a new showing of  CHILDREN^ SLEEPERS  which we think will interest  you.  For Men���������Hewson's  Underwear  A full stock of all grades in  this popular brand. Som-e of  the garments are pure wool���������  others are durable wool mixtures. We have it in all sizes  and moderately priced.  Ted Mawson, who has been working  at the Paulson camp for some, time,  left on Sunday for Creston.  Mrs. li. E, McGonegal and children  were Cranbrook visitors last week,  and while there were guests of Mr.  and Mrs. Joe Belanger.  Harry Rymell arrived home last  week after spending the past sis  months at the coast.  C. R. Paulson of Spokane is a business visitor here this week.  Fred- Sodarkie arrived here a few  days ago, sttid is again employed at  the Paulson camp.  Nels. and Tom Ramstad, who haye  been working at the Paulson camp for  some months, left here on Tuesday  and are leaving shortly for the old  home in Norway. Their many friends  here wish them a pleasant trip and a  speedy return.  A dance will be held at the Kitchener Hotel on Saturday, Noy. 15th, All  a-ie invired.  E. Repsomer of Creston was a Visitor here between trains on Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. France and family  moved here from the prairie on Monday and are making Kitchener their  home in future.  Messrs. McKowan and McGonegal,  who are in charge of the Victory Loan  canvass ab Kitchener are meeting with  splendid success. The loan closes to-  ���������rnorrow and from all accounts the  Kitchener purchasing will compare  favorably with any point in Kootenay.  CANADA'S FUTURE  , iPDPisins nisi i .OAN  i  .    x^, A       p���������0 .    x .4.-^ 7-r x-r  .     .        ���������   ���������-   -   = *  Stead .y   ^mployr-ieni   ami   Pr<������si������ritj  Bangs  on   Vi������ t������u>'' "Loan.  Canada's future prostK-rhy <ie-n*r*ne1s  to a great extent upon thp success of  the Victory Loan N'j country can  exist upon trade within its own boundaries. Canada counts on ihe trade  with Great Britain ana other allied  countries to keep the Hood of good  times in. the country.  The surplus products of the-farm  and the factory nnd their way across  the^seas. The revenue/of the farmer  and the manufacturer is dependent  oh thiSr*-trade relationship being sustained. The employment of many  hands depends on the orders that  come to the firm. The pay envelope  only comes with steady employment  **������������������- Great Britain and overseas countries are still desirous or continuing  trade relations, but, overwhelmed  with    war   expenses,   they   must    be  Piano Tuning, & Repairing  J. A. P. CROMPTON  Qualified Piano Tuner   ~  Eight years experience.    High-est ref-  srsness.     v^ingiB iriinisi?. ������*���������������       jRu  clinings a yea?, ������p������.  ������i|_Fg-_rg plffgAgb j|i  ���������P4������_!%i#  Ml-fTp I**_���������**"-_*_!��������� BiaBB-ffiftfn Vfsfll^lf  mgii yiado HutdGi}*d8Uijf\  I am still a-ajent for the famous  LAYRITZ Nursery Stock, grown  on high land, without irrigation,  and during November I will endeavor to call on every rancher in  the district, and will be pleased to  book your orders for Spring delivery of Apple, Pear, Plum. Peach,  or Cherry'trees. Small Fruits, Ornamental, Shade and Nut trees,  Roses, etc.. etc. Hold your orders  till I call. W. K. BROWN.  -'���������   - - ��������������������������� ���������..������������������������������������ _ .���������. s, ��������� ,���������.   WATER A/OT/CE  D-tVERSION AND USE  S ~r  Up till yesterday noon returns at  Victory Loan headquarters showed  the sale of bonds to be still a few thousand under the $50,000 quotaJtixed for  the Oreston Vallev. Some outside  points have not made final returns as  yet and when these are all in it is felt  -Sure the $350,000 will have heen secured,  The be.nd sale 'this year shows* that  buyers of the $.**>0 and $100 bonds have  not been-nearly so numerous as last  year. 10 o'clock Saturday night sees  the close of the le^an and ni-os-oective  buyers of either small or large bonds  are asked te> bear the closing date in  mind and bny-'early.  ������*Sg4Sg2&.&&gSS* WW  given credits for the time bHiig. The  farmer and the manufacturer must  be paid for their products and manufactured articles in cash. T'ne-refore,  Canada must finance tho proposition  to keep the tide of commerce coining  this way. But in order to have the  done*** on hand to do this ������re_i! thins.  Canada must borrow from her people.  The Victory Loan offers bonds to  subscribers paying 5 lfe per c*?i_it. interest. The guarantee behind the  bonds makes them an absolutely safe  investment. Victory Bonds are accepted as collateral at any  call easily be turned into money at  a profit. It is then to the interests  of every' Canadian to subscribe foi  all the Victory Bends he can, for it  Is profitable, it is patriotic, and it is  necessary for the continued pros-  Psrit*"*- of the count*"**':'    T*...,  notice that J.B.^Vinlaw, whose  The Parish Hall was crowded to  capacity for the Women's Institute  whist and dance on Tuesday night,  there hardly being table room enough  to accomodate the card players. The  winners jit whist were Misses Ruth  Smith and Frances Lyne, and M. J.  Boyd and Mr. Richardson of Lister.  The quilt that was raffled was won by  little Miss Mary Goodwin. Lunch followed cards, after which the. floor was  cleared and dancing was indulged in  until 'J. a.m. The quilt raffle produced  $20, while the intake from adnffesions  was almost $70.  address is Wynndel, B.C.. will apply  for a license to take and use 5000 gallons of water out of Duck Creek,which  flows south and easterley and drains  into Goat River slough. The water  will be diverted from the stream at a  point about "3000 feet from sawniiii and  will be used for domestic and steam  purposes upon the sawmill described  as p-n Subdivision of Lot 191. This  notice was pe>sted on the ground on  the.5th day of November, 1919. A  copy of this notice and an application  pursuant thereto and to the Water  Act, 1914, will be tiled in the office of  the   Watey.   Recorder,   Nelson,   B U.   ___ Olfactions to the application may be*  hn-hi-T ZZri i tiled with the said "Water Recorder, or  Dana, ana   witu tfae Colnptl.0iler of Water Rights,  r ..   p.u.i|anienj. Buildings, Victoria, B.C.,  within fifty days after the first appearance  of this notice in  a local newspaper. _^  J. B. VvINLAvv*. Anpjleant.  A. N. WINLAW', Agent.  The date of the first publication of this  notice is November 14, 1919.  CANADA  NEEDS MONEY  General Merchant  / wish to announce that in addition to mj> stock of  Musical Instruments, Records and Sheet Music, I  am   putting  in  a   complete  line of Confectionery,  Cigars, Tobaccos, Pipes.  I have also opened a LUNCH ROOM in  connection, and will serve Hot Drinks, Sandwiches,  and other light refreshments.  *  a  5  0  I  a  3  a  -9 a    -%-SNn    AT vt.~Wlf%l^gWS-i^-W  ������  a  i  Q  t  n  i  a  {  t-  t  o  Plays Al! Records an  ���������jTiieir Best  a  ef  p  (MM      lm*m)0r       Imm^      ***  you are needing  nr  D  s  1  a  i  ra  i  a  a  ta  War   Expenditures   Still   to   Be   Met  From   Proceeds of   Victory   "Loan.  The war is over and won; but Canada's main expenditures for war will  not be complete until well on into  1920. The $610,000,000 raieed last  year has all be������n spent. $400.000.000  having been largely devoted to soldiers���������to maintaining theni, bringing them home, providing the necessary medical services, training them.  Most of the balance of the loan was  lent to Great Britain to enable her  to buy om*_...surplus products. , And  money is still nectssary ��������� for soldiers, for providing markets, for our  surplus products, for the needs of  reconstruction. And that is why another Victory Loan is necessary  Canada still needs money, and needs  it badly.  idm-di  S.3SSS3I  Fm?-  puis ������f      ������-  I" m*mrr|ii-aii!-2  *        Ell^ll*.  MIWIIPiw  Coucevts Dally  MAWSON BROS.  CRESTON  i  Q  a  1  u*  ������  5  *���������������  a  a ii  u  n d e d i  o j������ h o a a bj  a n a  ���������  E  3S  13  ^^^^^ ^^^i   ^^i    ^^^    ^^^    ^^^    _______  ^^H B BBS  ***xMm.j-*  ilOW ~\*-9  .*X.       rx,  HL-XiXZ  ' iciJiV-i-o  Mm       .!*������,  tr-tAt  VV  n-iv,-   just.  til*  l.h,**,!-"',.  inilondctl   ;i  nt   OniMt.nii  C'.IV  Is there any  Meat in  the  House?  HBBO^DpXmUiImpQ^Rm  O **% Ml. W 0, -*% Ux4k J*B m -*������ W i* B    NN fMt.^i IU, *w~ $*m  bmmii  Iiii.   Liiiiim..  LIJVtlTED  This is tho first <]ui'K-  lion tliati pie'.sciit.s itself  to tin- iioiiwi'wife* ii an  nil ex peeled visitor <li-(>ps  in for a iiu-al. tiui. why  worry ?  er"*. _       ......   wx.,.,  .   ������  XJIItSJUl.t XJXrtX   ALUII XJLfllUt  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cool~4~d Ilaktt  Lunch Meat  Bologna, <fi_c*  am alwayn to he* luiel  he-ie*. In nu-iitM ne)tbiri^  i|uite. 4-ipiali-j 'Sbiuureick'  pr4>(hi4its.  A Good  Investment.  Speculation is one thing. Investment is another. The majority of  citizens want an investment, not a  speculation. And they want a jsa,fe  Investment. Victory Bonds 611 that  requirement as doss no other investment. Because behind every bond  there Is the national wealth of Canada���������a wealth so e;reat that it stag  gers  the imagination.  Canadian UnoU Clearings.  m  That Canada i***; well able- to support the Victory Loan is clearly  shown by the Canadian bank chearings for the eurront year. Thcy indicate that the y uu's iotal will exceed $1;..000,000,000 compared with  .f. 13,776,000,000 in 1918. And the  year's total clearings should be three.  i ii.i os those of 1909.  RStist  Subscribe   More.  Dividing the people of Canada into  ihiei*-     cla: h a ��������� the     comparatively  poor,   tin*   moderately   wealthy,   and  the   very   wealthy ��������� it    would   seem  that   if  contributions   to  tlio   Victory  Loan.*-)  con.'litute  m-ivici   to   the   nation, lhc moderated*,   wealthy clas-s if  i.i uly dolus aa aliaie.    Ol ihe iiiojuj  i.Wr.'frilj'-et  io iiie*  v, uior.v   Loan   I _������ 1 J*,  wo hundred and lu-Viiiiy-oiie millio.:  'oUars    wore    in    bond.**    of    J**.*,,U!._  uul   under,   liiiu.ly-toui    mill ion.-,   it,  '.jondsi  eil   botwe-vii   *:>.0u0  anil   '!'"':'>.���������  ;;00, and three tiumlrcd and oju- mil-  iioni*  in  bonus ot   $**i'',t)0U and over  JJti  true  to yoursttit.  Bonds.  Buy   Vickj.:*  You eliei it. bet ore.     Vou can etc i*  again.    Buy  Victory  Boiulu.  Canada pledged her laut man am:  her huil (lollnr. Ue-ile'i-m that ph-d^i  In Victory Uomhi.  Minimum price of fir_3t-cla**s5 land  reduced to ?5 an acre, second-class to  $2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lar.di? only.  Records will be -.ranted covering only  laud suitable for ;!gric*ultural purposes  and whicli is r.ou-t milier land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolisheel.  but pari'__ v;i" t,ot inure tiiiii) four may  arrarge -for adj-icent pre-emptions  with joijU" residence, but each mak-ing  nece*������sary improveineut.*- on respective  claims  Pre-emiators mu.si _ccupy clai'ms for  five years and make improvements to  value of $10 p.er acre. ii;c'udiris*: clearing- and cultivation of ar least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown e_ra:it.  , Where pre-etnptor in -.ocupi-.tion not  /ess* t-i.'ii- *j year.-', arc! *iat- ii'i.'cte pro-  / portionate improvements, he may, because ������of ill-nealth. or othei cause, be  granted.i.it.rn-u'd.ate i-rrtificatt of improvement a-.;U transfer his claim.  l!ecords without permaaent residence may be issued, provided appli-  c-a-H maip-c*- improvemei.t-s to extent ol  *30ii j>er iii.r.um and roenrds saine each  year. Kaiiure to 'nuike improvements  or recL-ru r-ame w ill opt rati* as forfeiture. Title .-annul Lc- oh[a:*'cd in  les.s than f> year.-, and--ir_Ji>r.>vem .-i.ls  oi $l0.e.;o ijp-i* acre, includii a ;'j acres  cleared a;.d cuUivateo, aj.d ie..i<lein-e  of at least u year;, are re.;u:red .  '* I're-emptor holdirs Crown ^lam  may rf-oeml another pre-eiuptiou, if he  requ.re*'. land in conjunction with his  r.arm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements ma-H'  and residence maintained on e.rown  granted  ian.-]  Unsurvoytd areas, not exceeding ���������'������������������  acres, may bo leased as homosites-  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acres may be  >������ ���������>5' *-'r"a lJ������-'*-"-on or companv.  Mill, factory or Industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchased; conditions include  payment of ���������.���������tmnpago.  Natural   hay   meadows   lnacce.ssihhw  by  existing   roads   may   be   purchaKoilT  conditional upon construction of a road  to them.    Rebate of one-half of cost < .  road,   not   exceeding  half  of  purchase  price. Is made.  PRE-EMPTORS*      FREE  _ ACT-  '"'The j-.*ope of this Ant !r enlarged to  nclude a.1 persons joining and serving With His Majesty's Forces The  time within which the heir.-, or devisees  of a eleceased pre-emptor may applv  for titli. under this Act \n extende,!  from for one  year  from  the  death  of  J.UpJu     pp.! ..ua,     ..;p     JunuiTj)',     UllljJ     ou������-  year after the conclusion of tin.* nre*.eiii  war. This privilege i.-i also mad,* re.  troaemv. djx  No fees relating to pre-emption:, .ir.  due or payable- by .soldi,.��������� on i,it..  e-mptlons recorded after June -.c lyjs  1'axt'pj jire  remitted  for  live* v,>j,rn  l'rovisioa for return of moneys ;u���������-  crueil due atid been paid aince Augun  4. 11114, j>ij account of payment.., fee;  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emption...  Ini.-rejt  on  aj;ivem.-nts to  piuvhas,  t.������.on,*>.r. cUy  ''**s  ������������������'*1*J ),v  member.*- oi  Allied   l'oree.-'.  or il.-ni'iiili.n-'.     iii'r*i'  ���������nip'et  or   iii.iir<-<*t.   remit i.pd   from  lisinu-iit  io .March .'ll.  luiio.  SUU-PUHCHAiiERS   OF   CROWN  LANDS.  1'rejvii.lon     mail,*     for  j"ro.p'i>   .������������������������������. .4,,.   iri    .n,).,  GRANTS  ������ 1*4 "  U^mjf  & gu., m.  11   th>.-   nuhtini'   wf-ie-  hiUI   i*agin������;  you   wouldn't hc.it.il*--  to  ljuy   V"ictv>i>  XI IJ 4 J PI . . .  "to luulti" tho Vloieuy Loun a tuic  ce*!!������! in a national obli.Miiem. It muj  he;  that   you art*  the*  d. < nlinj.  I'ae-tor  II you arc ���������.���������o.n-e-i in <: ahoiit tin  rutui'i1 we-liart* e������i t:.uiueui, nuy a Vic  toi>   IUjjiiI p-Uvl  .ii,.;.-   il  .i oii.p- thitit.  Is' nance    of  Crou-r. l.undf,-. acquiring''rlgTu.,' "from  purcliaivptru who failed to complete  pur. h.u.������>, involving fon.-iture, on fui-  UllnieiU of eonditloiKi of purchase,  in  << re: t   .J. I', il   t..X< \V... iy   ; >j!.-l,.JI, '),;,...  er.    r|i>  t.o'   |.i'|.i.|   4, ������.    y.   . r   . ..i  cvl.   lnlJi:ln;,.-   |>j   i ,���������   out-  ,unl   tuxcH   iiiin  be     dl-trlbut-.l      i������,..,���������.|f  l������l."ip'     J.:>.i. .\i,|���������ua(,  mado by May  1.   _������i_!0.  'US       IJJI  "Vii  I    I*.  OR AZIMG.  , * r -, p, I  UfVi'a.pujei.l .���������!   :i*  Nl I ���������  ������lllllli,il..4i IIIMIIIIIII IIII.I ������ l..llllllllM.,ll4^14illM|4M_____l.i_Ui.i|1ll,,..l.,i__.|i_ii-__ii.|___|| __._.������_i..___..4,Hii___.iiill. ,M_..,..4...1.,..ri..iM. ..���������-���������,. ___.,_.���������������(,,.1)rV[,....wv.w_f.n.ff^nwrffw..r...4,^.,.. ~  trim   t.  1.11   f-  *��������� *  \ mm <d        * *��������� I S4  *        J  V* "���������* ���������  cl  JllllU'll.  \A  iy  a  KDUll  i'  ;u  ndatioi  p.  ��������� . i             \ '  . .   . .       44          P  .Ao.  j  *-������.  V i.i.  ..'II.,   .4   4  A ni:<i.i  on Ilu:  It.'ihe..  I,   r, .  llll   lit  t-JT    If  iti;  4       IM  ��������� 11  I :  >���������������������������    :.:..|  ' '''I  ii., :  I I   \ 1   4      | ,  III'. I  I'l"  Pi.  Ill  \.l  i ;jt..t,  i l ia I j.  I';,     <il  ii.  ���������������..   mmumd���������  *ttmmsimmmm*iiim  imniiiBBaiiim '" "~   u444^������.M4W4r.  l������������l������������P*>������l������.JIi*Wl4j4P������P|������������l������  _H_HHHmmna  mw^^&^&at-^mm^l^S^'  mmmmmmm.mmmsmim\mmmmtwm.mi^ ������������aBBEGB  T^-'-rri^i-^rfl-iiinr/n-f^  iMmSmSTEI  mx-mnti uhteimm ti. ������i__|  H^gffflffiHJrH  SHE    KEYIEW/    CRESTON,    B,     -d  X  <**=  The world upheaval occasioned by  the Great War is having its effects  not only upon politics and political  institutions, finance, trade and commerce, and economics in- general, but  also upon all social and moral relations. While thc great struggle was  in progress, and the need for bringing* .very ounce of power and every  item of resource to bear to achieve  victory became more and more evident, people began to say that the  old world would never again be the  same. This, in fact, became a trite  saying,, and many who made use of  it hardly realized just how true it  was and how great was the revolution taking place in the world, aud  which was affecting every phase of  individual, community, national and  international life.  Remarkable anei far-reaching as  have been the changes brought about  in political life and institutions���������and  here in Canada we are only now beginning to realize just how great the  change has been, and just beginning;  to get a glimpse of other and perhaps greater changes which seem impending���������in finance, trade and commerce, in science and invention, the  greatest change of all has taken place  in  the sphere of  social conditions.  Thc insistent demands of Labor for  a new place in the social order; tlie  p.lrnost world-wide sweep of the  movement against thc perpetuation of  the legalized liquor traffic; the insistence upon greater attention being  paid to the health and physical well-  bcit-y of the people, more especially  of the boys and girls���������the need for  ���������.vhich was so startlingly exposed by  the examinations conducted by the  army doctors in connection with the  recruiLing of the immense armies  which modern war called for these  thitig." are ever, more significant of  the   new   era   upon   which   the  world  money, even at a time when the Oid  Land is faced with a tremendous national debt and taxation has. reached  heights hitherto undreamed of.  In Canada a general awakening ia  regard to matters educational is in  evidence in almost every Province,  and is most noticeable of all in the  Provinces of the West and in old*  Quebec. The change which is taking place in the latter Province is,  perhaps, most significant of all, and  has in it all the elements that may  yet lead to a closer union between  Quebec and the other Provinces and  help to eliminate those causes of  friction which in the past have so  greatly retarded our national life.  One of the most promising movements so far as Canada is concerned  was the convening of the recent National Conference on Character Education in Relation to Canadian  Citizenship, which was held at Winnipeg October 20-22, and which was  attended by representative men and  women in all walks of life from every Province of the Dominion, and  at which inspiring and instntctive addresses were delivered, not only by  prominent Canadians, but by leaders  of thought from the United States  and Great Britain.  So important does the writer of  this column consider this great National Conference to have been at this  stage in Canada's history, that hc proposes to devote some space to its  deliberations in future articles.  En B&nte From. Siberia  m \0~~.\  itss"*fes HiiiadrCw BriuSo Soldier  ( to Reach Vancouver Not. 11.  Seven hundred British Soldiers H������*****  on the sea eastbound from Vladivostok on the C.P.O.S. Ss. Monteagle  will arrive in Vancouver on Armistice day, Nov 11, sand will be entertained during their brief stay by tlie  Great'Was: Veterans, the Imperial  Veterans and the Ladies1, Auxiliary  of the Army and Navy.  These troops include men from  several famous British regiments.  The**? are ta!! volunteers and have  served for four, and a half years.  There are First Warwicks, Manchester's, Gordon Highlanders and Dur-  hama in the party. They will be in  Montreal en route to England abaut  Nov. 17.  Xx-t     'f     ���������  "j-Wi     .______.     ���������___  a   _���������__-> _M_* ___������     iiii    ���������jmmm  jf&������J?  Minard's  Liniment Co..  Limited.  Gentlemen,���������I have used MINARD'S LINIMENT on my vessel  and in my family for years, and for  the every day ills    and accidents of  -Safe's secthlss ~~~& fee&Uag  sowar. ---Zam-Buk has been ouff-  Eouishold bal-si to? fcurteea y-safS.  and we could not do -without It/5  says x-Ltx George A. Kllbura of Swas  Lake, Man.  For eczema aud akin troubles of  all kinds Zam-Buk hats no equals  also for -sia aorea, ulcers, abscesses*  bolls, pimples, Mood-pole onta*, piles,  suts, burns, bruises aad scalds.  All dealers or Zam-Buk Co* To  routo.  50a. bos, 8 for .1.26.  mcvdiid nt.  cim^n  f F every mother   COUld   oaly j life I consider it has no equal  & realize   the   danger   whieh      I would not start on a voy������ff  lurks in the neglect of chafing  and skin irritations she wouid  not   take   chances   on   being  without Dr. Chase's Ointment  to apply after baby's bath.  It arrests the development of  eczema and makes the skin soft,  smooth and velvety."  voyage without it if it cost a dollar a bottle.  .   ;   CAPT. F. R. DESJARDIN.  Scfar. "Storke,"    St. Andre,  Kamou-  raska.  Some people -while on earth try to  live on the interest of their imaginary treasures in heaven.  i   ���������  i  CHILD'S LAXATIVE I  Look at tongue!  Remove poisons from little stomach,  livsr and bowels  ���������ju cento a do_������, eii dealers, or Ifijlmanison,  Bates *% Co., Ltd., Toronto.  srB>Y������^r -fe^f ���������������*���������  }  B5tt"������p*������i������tP���������*-*-'  Colli' ~  nm~-sWxHixwm  and more se-^ous  pv*o^.- ���������complaints   a r ���������  Xv^oairastee* ia  N  vaexa  mextaex.  :������i\wmmAW.W  mmmmm  For Soldier Settlers  Minard's Liniment Cures  Garget in  Cows.  Work will bring success���������and the  ___  __.____���������_*���������__. _ 9 e    ��������� tp  *Tj.Of      *"������������������������ sr. _:���������   ���������".*���������* if. ���������_���������   ���������s'S'WiR.   "ri^f Irtc*: ffr   ���������?*���������?   ���������sr^'S _  the more success you will achieve.  Corns cannot exist when Hollo-  way's Corn Cure is applied to them,  because it goes to the root and kills  the growth.  irom the first sniffle ear enees.ee. Stop It to  time and do not gamble with your  be-pplth. Used over 69 yeara in treating  cough*, colds  and allied ezoraplaiats.  "*   E^=r^_:=^e! ^S^S ������*?*3 *=���������!*_���������*. _.!������e-. OS  1 M~rxSi~-j O. WATSON S. CO.. Nets Yex-  __aE_S^������2555������*SSSS_5SB3_  has   entered  th  are   those   which  :o <io with what in the past we  been  taught to  regard  a?,     the  have  h?xve  ..*or<-.  r.-ialcria.l  i  :~.  .1  in  4-1  c ia v.!*._-;  -,1  r-:P  ���������v  i  the foundation  iopment  of,  this  most ihoncfhtful  Accept "California" Syrup of Figs  only���������look for thc name California on  the package, then you are sxire your  child is having the best and most  harmless laxative or physic for the  little stomach, liver and bowels.  Children love its delicious fruity  taste. Full directions for child's dose  on each bottle.    Give it without fear.  Mother! You must say "California."  come to rc-cog-  .'���������Jticn   will   bc  In Russia, certain peasant costumes  are trimmed with the skins of the  turbot, and in Egypt men wear sandals made from the skins of fish  criuKht in the Red Sea.  School Lands in Manitoba and Saskatchewan Withheld  From Sale  Through the intervention of the  Soldier Settlement board, school  lands in Manitoba and Saskatchewan  aggregating 432,000 acres, have been  with eld from sale by auction in order  to be made available for settlement  by returned soldiers. Arrangements  have been completed to advertise  these lands, 2,700 quarter sections in  all, for sale by public auction this  fall. The lands are situated in the  Winnipeg, Brandon, Ashern and St.  Rose de Lac districts in Manitoba,  and the Canora, Wadena, Prince Albert and Wakaw districts in Saskatchewan. Thcy were selected because  of the fact that in these districts  crops this year were good and increased settlement is particularly desirable. The provincial governments  concurred in thc sale.  A woman who attempts to cook  according to her husband's idea is  apt to make a mess of it.  Pumpernickel is the rye bread useej  by the Westphalian peasants, which  in some other parts of Germany ii  regarded as *~ great delicacy. Thi  loaves are eoraetimes 60 pounds w  weight.  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  ������D.A\/rnw  DmC.I\  ���������wr-ir-  9 en "������b-_  AOnmiM  -noriftii*  Qq% Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross"  ��������� riiorc  i ��������� v. ll 1 i c  '������������������rtfcr o  the  institutions     oi  :.___. nnd ill] ull.t-i"  Drives   Asthma  Before  it.  ������������������  The  c! smoke or vapor from Dr. J. D. Kel-  Uv^-'-.'s Asthma Remedy gives asthma  iu> rlumi'i. Io linger. It eradicates  the* r.;iur*e. Our experience with the  rebeif-giving remedy shows how ac-  ive t'o.iiiU-y 1 "������������������d *'**���������'��������� positive is the succor it  f.rives. it is the result of long study  '���������.nel cxpeM-iment, and was not submit-  'e*<l to the* public until its makers  knew it would do its work well.  ���������'.-ivir.g   tne   r-c  _T*.e*>si   public  ���������'���������* tritt.-sj -.cl:   j.i:i  ���������.       l i ��������� '��������� '. I ��������� ' .       '' ,r .  . I*." p! 1! ^     fell.  ���������I.':   hi:*'    hril  I   r.r-r  Ai. S���������.���������.������������������-.<  inielclle  mv,Gm  Tiv  ish weddings, jiniong the  anel lower classes, tlie bride-  e-.-irrjr.jj   ,i   v/hip.     This   is   an  ,,-   ' :.;   ..v.W-.y.-'y.y   Ir.   "?."   dn-  <-\\\ 1''.  x0txjj0.miwtm)ttiA*t���������*>m00im0tir"04-xt. j40Mmm1dm4d1u1m.1i.0m���������.  xMmtxxmimdmdmimm  m~4w~Mldr4.������ll������Ji:rm0.  .���������.- ^4i..i.4. 0J������r- wi... I.4.4.*. 0.U0.0  %3      mm J\JmA*      3.  NOTHING TO EQUAL  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Mrs. Alfred Naud, Natagan River,  Que., writes:���������"1 do not think there  is any other medicine to equal Baby's  Own Tablets for little ones. I have  used them for my baby'and would  use nothing else." What Mrs. Naud  says thousands of other mothers say.  They have found by trial that the  Tablets always do just what is  claimed for them. The Tablets are  a mild but thorough laxative which  re.gulate the bowels and sweeten the  stomach and thus banish indigestion,  constipation, colic, colds, etc. They  arc sold by medicine dealers or by  mail at ?P eients a bo*>: from The Dr.  Williams M.celii*ine Co., l'rockville,  On I.  New lliLii!--:. to cat arc being discovered daily -secniingly for the purpose  ot adding to Uic high cost of Hv.U������.  Tho "mine "Bayer" stamped oni tab-'  iota positively idoutillt-*. the ouly qoix-  Ulno Aunlrln.���������tho Aspirin proocaribod  by phyaiclatls for ovcr nlnowoa years  and now tnado lu Canada.  Alwuya buy an unbroken package  (of "Buyor TablotB of Aapirln** which  coniiihiB proper dheaciloha for CohW,,  Hoadiclio, Toothat-he, Karaeho, Nmi->  rulgia, Lumbago, Rheuniutikttn, Neurl*  tis, Joint Tains, and Pain generally.  Handy tin boxes containing 12 tab������<  lets coot but B. text- cent*.    Drugp:lttt*|  ftlno cell larger "Bayor" packages.  The-c* ft* ouly on* A������pirln-^'ll������ye*r''~YeO"e*������ "mtwt ������ay "Bayer"  A������plrln U th������ trad* mark (re-giarm-oil In C-an*el-������> of B������_r������r M������nuf������otur* of Mono-  4������c6i".p.ii"..S.-.:-t*-r of B=!!eyl!c--.r1rt.    WhlU It is, ���������J*'p������ll  known thttt  Aspirin memni Dayar  im&nufactur������. to 8������������lot th* publto aeatnnt lrnltatloi.0, th* -r&bioi������ o������ HmZ'ZZ C.szS-^-x.  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The  net r\'itniiM", ..re- about nine hundred  lhi>n''.ainl   eli.lhu'.l.  ^pTe^ <* 1 ji 1 ��������� 1 ������������������.honlel be allowe-el to Mlf-  (t-r -m liniii Iiuh) (vj-*nu*; when promDt  iethe-1    i.iiii    In-   KOt      in   ;i   Minplc   out  '.iii.ii'    ..���������,,,., ,1.   ..-,   Alv.tti*.-;-      Gr-iveu'  Wm n*   h'xtii iniiiat or.  V.      -        P . . V     ,*        ._...���������..      ri* r-,.1.%  II      Jl     .Mil       H.lUilUI      JII.II     X.     444,11,      ..44.rw4.v_  ;<*<   ���������-"'   '.- hru  othcri :j "io;ist" liiiu.  l\   intl--   y,My'\iir, jueiie.iou;.ly udoiiiu.*-  ���������: : .'d L.f{fu -j-.A-.t,'- z v.'-";.!* man rtronc*  rksk Your Druggist  For  dtm.  vr~m       n./B*>m     r ~r-   i        v$ ,-  Xxx*~y~l0    ~*V-~~.-.^~~r     \^p^ft".l!fl.O.,l!r%E  For 1920  IT is FREE and the best large-figure Calendar published. It gives the weather  forecast for each day in the yean; also time  of Sunrise and Sunoet and phasea oi the  Maon. "An exceptionally complete and useful  Calendar!" That's what exrerybody-anya. The  eeJiitiou m imaLca. il uu uicicluic */������-4> Mj4������������|���������4.^....  that you call early ao that you will be nure to gel  this splendid free Calendar nt the beginning of  ilSC year.  Jual go to your druf/fftot, tell him a our name  and address, and iiud you wutd S).-. Milea  ">!������;* r,t  ���������   ti', kx,  -.0.0.0. l/\.������,���������������.  .t   TJ-A-dVLT      tXr-VrnVrX-.m  0.44010. "git*.        -.V.fl      *3,.       tit, -4        h~~dUml-0~-l7'ir*  i  ,���������* ������.wm. Ms^M������. irtiMtfl Hi1i'4\^mM'tt^t^r>l>^'tt%4At������iM  ������a____i___mii___B_iitiiiiW tm4miimit4imttiimi!S0mii)i>-- ���������f������'^4fti^.iiimmmmmmi������iiit>i<uim imiJ������mHi������li^'mmmmmm0mi!immiin~iiii -.4' it'fr"'"-.* .;���������  *-*********-*-.���������..... ���������.-."     '.    "    "   "���������".   "    "    "'  r      ���������--,.������������������.'���������--."-���������-.-���������    .rTTZ. ..-.., ���������-.-....-     .-  ���������        .- --",*-1   ���������.""���������^������������������- ������������������������������������-.......��������� ..'     ���������. ,m ,^������^������������������^M������^T������   M   ,      ^      j   ���������     .1^ ^j       ^    ^  ��������� x>'  '������������������' '--''a  : i -ai  r^TKV(T<:,  -*w  ���������od  ������sen  o-  i  Toronto.���������E. C. Drury is to be the;  next premier of Ontario, succeeding  Sir William Hearst. Mr. Duy was  the unanimous choice of the Farmers  of Ontario and Labor representatives  in the new legislature, at a joint conference  at  the  U.F.O.   headquarters.  It is understood that the meeting  ���������was very harmonious and that there  was an indication of thc two groups  nm  nt  me angar anonage  DnMlriAh   I8na_.llAn    Bel StV'  Entente    Representatives   Are   Persuaded U.S. Will Not Voluntarily Accept Mandate  Paris.���������Thc entente representatives  in  the peace conference    apparently  are persuaded that the United States  will not voluntarily accept any raan-  } date in   the" Near   East,  and  it now  "Licenses to Export Sugar excelled  By Canadian Trade Commission      . .  Ottawa.���������No    export- licenses    of j seems assured that the Turkish ques  sugar from Canada are being issued, tion will not be touched by the pre-  e>  un ijoverniiur ooay  Alleged 'Evasion  Of Iisilgr  sent peace conference, "but will probably be taken up by another conference to be held within a few months.  There is  much speculation  as     to  and old contracts which called for the  shipment    of sugar    to    the United  States have    been cancelled    by the  ,,. ��������� .      .      !.������������������_._, i Canadian   trade   commission,   it   was        ._ -_- ���������.���������  ~~  pulling  well   together  m   the   ������<���������������*��������������� learned;    Export of sugar along    the where the conference for the division  though, both^ the U.F.Ov and  Labor;border points>  whkh  hag ^^ peJ>,of Tlfrkcy,������*s to be hcld>   It will pro_  mitted to some extent in the past, has ; bably not be in Paris. The- sugges-  also been stopped, despite the many; tion of Geneva has not met with great  hundreds of requests for sugar being!favor, as it is not regarded as a good  received by the trade commission.      (place for a winter conference, and it  Into  will  retain their group feature  to a-  considerable extent.  Premier-elect^rury said that the  new government was practically completed, that all the" portfolios had  been allocated, and that the govera-  ���������ment would be ready on short notice to take over the reins from Sir  William Hearst and his ministers.  Thc policy of the United Farmers  ao far as it has been definitely agreed  Upon is outlined in an address given  by Mr. Drury after his selection, in  this he stated that one of the first  acts cf the new government would  be to carry out the mandate of the  people of the province on prohibition,  as declared in the recent referendum  vote, and Mr. Drury expressed him-  aelf as in complete- sympathy with  this mandate. He pointed out that  the U.F.O. had waged war on special  At the office of the commission it  .was stated that if care is exercised  by the consumers, there is sufficient  sugar sn Canada for domestic use.  providing there are no -strikes or  transportation tie-ups.  Canada is one of the best situated  countries in the world in this respect,  it was stated.  'is believed that Turkey must be disposed of before spring.  T.   Tfc . 1? ..,  i@ mm  Distress  Claim    that    Hutterites    Get  Canada By Automobiles  "Winnipeg.���������Finding it a difficult  job getting into Manitoba from thc  United States by train, Hutterites, it  is alleged, are trying to outwit the  immigration" authorities by entering  in automobiles. Reports to this effect  were submitted at a meeting of the  central branch of the Gr_eat War Veterans' association, with a result that  a resolution was unanimously passed  calling the attention of the federal  government to the matter and urging it to take immediate steps to see  that the regulations prohibiting thc  s-r-.trvr    0f Hutterites  by lee  Aviators  Will  Try to  Rescue Man  Frozen In  Winnipeg.���������-ao   rescue ~.  man   ���������.������<  zen in in the north country without  ,   ,.        ,. ., .     supplies,     Capt.  Cuffe,    late of the  privileges, and this pohcy would be R ^^ one Qf thg ,oca, aviators;Md  continued, he said: jj   D   Perrin have UH fey airpianc,  j. B. Tirreii,   a   weii-known   geolo-  rj; _���������������_������ gOV-  stand for any  XJL%r      "^CLA-lAA-nkW __������ mmx-mm  ernment    would    not  class legislation^  In his address, Mr. Drury said he  realized that tbe bid upon which he  had been placed is likely to have  more thorns than feathers in it. "I  do not, however, entertain any fears  regarding this -situation.-1 he said.  "It is true we may be lacking in experience, but the situation is not one  ���������which calls for the fine arts of the  politician.9"'  The ss**; leader added:  "It is too early to speak of our legislative program. We have ..not yet  been called upon to fonn ���������"*". government, and it would be unwise to anticipate. We can, however, lay  down* certain broad principles which  must and should govern us in the  matter. Our war in the past has  been waged on special privilege.  "We are not at this time going to  abandon the.principle of justice and  fair play which havc actuated us in  tbe past.  "If we are called to power we must  stand for no class legislation of  whatever kind. Our legislative program must bc framed for the benefit  of every just and honest and legitimate inter.est in the province. If in  the carrying out of such a program  the unjust and dishonest interests  get in the way, so much the worse  for thc latter."  reparations Being Made in U.S. to  Cope With Strike Situation  Washington. ��������� The government,  '! confronted with the refusal of the  miners' organization to call off. the  strike of a half million soft coal workers, has moved swiftly to protect the  people from great distress. I  First of many steps to deal with ai  situation admittedly critical probably i  will be these:  "Ample police j>r other protection  for miners willing to remain on the  job as urged by President Wilson.  entr*  were  not  evaded in  what  cribed as this astute way.  into Manitoba  was  des-  gisi a.nd consulting engineer for a  mining company, who has been surveying holdings in the Rice Lake district, as a result of the early freeze  up has been held prisoner in the  north land.  Thc lake was so frozen round the  edges that several attempts made, to  get boats in proved unsuccessful.  ���������5lijal     ���������rifir+x-9-t-7**9-*0*\ -frt/v***  SV"V-       mm--.X~.A-.XXA.i3 ,X <*W*VSllf  y^^r^||^__������^^^^������l^ll^M>^^^_N������-������t^^^������e^a^������^^������-we,  *k  I  | ss .jus     Si  ���������pi.  lows snis  armed with full war-time' powers to  prevent  hoarding and  profiteering.  "Allocation and distribution of coal  to homes, railroads and industries,  six, re x~  xrx     i���������* *!--.     _^-;i.-   x~  _  fruui ii������   tu      uiuig   mC      ouin-c   iv   et  speedy end through mediation.  "The government, however, will  make no effort to bring about indictment of officers of tha United Mine  Workers of America, who called the  strike, on charges of conspiracy to  reduce production of a necessary product.  To Solve Fiume Question  France and Britain Are Again Trying  to Bring About Settlement  of Problem  Varis.���������Efforts of France and England are again being brought into  play to bring about a solution of the  Italian-American difficulties ovcr the  settlement of the Fiume problem, ac-  cordi**!0* fr*=p %\\& L^bcrtc.  The newspaper reports that the  American opposition to the modified  Italian proposals is ' unchanged and  that the response of Secretary of  State Lansing is in thc negative.  Premier Clemenceau received Foreign Minister Tittoni.  Washington.���������Canada has filed a  formal protest against the proposed  composition of the governing- body  of the international labor office to be  established under the League of Nations. The point at issue is regarded by tlie Canadian delegation here  as of the greatest moment. It involves the right of Canada, by reason of her industrial importance, to  name one of thc members of the governing body rather than to take her  chance of election as one of the nations of lesser importance, from tha  industrial  point pf view.  The international labor office  (which will be controlled by the governing body), forms part of the permanent organization created to further application qf the labor principles E.^uOuiCu. in tn.**" peace t*rs*xty.  Its governing body is io consist of  24 members. Twelve will represent  the governments, six wiirbe selected  by the employers' delegates to the international labor conference, six by.  workers' delegates to the conference.  Of thc twelve government representatives, eight will be nominated by  the members of the conference which  are of chief industrial importance.  The remaining four will be nornm-*--  -x.J*    S   U._i_p__   iijl  It St *     r���������.x*.������������������.     r*.-..._4.nm.n.      jtdt^4V~  ~tm~     XJ 0L.7..       __P-r P* -x.0l.0x.~x-m     -...Zxr  gates to the congress. The governing body will consist of 24 members,  comprising which eight nations aro  of industrial importance    and there-  ��������� ,���������������������������������*. ������������������_-%        ATVil-Nrt -*X*m%m0 ~% _H _n <���������_.���������.It. * ,���������t.        mm rk mmr *x       n������ mmm.-  x\\~T-t <-      VWi^V   .. V.1 VU       Ca-u^i       *m\J      -X-XIUSZ      tm*       X V****  prcsentative on the governing body.  The organizing body of the labor  conference has reported in favor ol  the following*:  United States, Great Britain,  France, Italy,.Belgium, Japan, Switzerland and Spain.  If German delegates are admitted  to the conference, Germany, by reason of her industrial importance, will  I  Cincinnati authority eays corns  f dry up and lift ~~..  1 with -lingers.  ft  lfrlBlt_^gng4lgM������4>M������..������r.|������4������4������.4H440..������.������i)4J������lH  ������8l__������l������lie������P<  Hospital records 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  hard or soft corn or callus.  You simply apply a few drops of  freezone on a tender, aching corn and  soreness is instantly relieved. Shortly the entire corn can be lifted out,  root  and  all.  without pain.  This drug is sticky, but dries at  once and is claimed# to just shrivel up  any corn without inflaming or even  irritating thc surrounding tissue or  skin.  If your wife wears high heels she  will be glad to know of this.  Sugar Rations to Candy-Makers  Washington.���������Rationing of ������ugar  to manufacturers of candy, soft  drinks and the like is soon to be suggested by the sugar equalization  board, a^housc war investigating committee was told by Herbert Hoover,  former federal food administrator.  This step by-the board, Mr. Hoover  said, resulted from the fact that "raw  sugar has risen beyond the point  where it can be bought advantageously for the housewife."  UUUIUC1CU  To WithDraw British Troops  London.���������Andrew Bonar Law, government leader in the House of Com-,  mons, announced that the government Pe entitled to a scatcn the governing  was    arranging    with    France    wd1^.^11^^ J! ^^l?!  Prince Feisal, son of the-King of the vr"' ,,*r W1"    ���������r**5������'- *"1 l -    "   Hcdjaz, for the immediate withdrawal of the British troops from Syria  and the assumption of the duties of  occupation by the French and Arabs,  pending the conclusion of the peace  treaty.  War on Illiteracy  Au Americanization bill to wipe  out illiteracy in thc United States,  was reported on favorably by the  senate labor committee. The bill  would appropriate $12,500,000 a year.  -'DANDERINE1* PUTS  BEAUTY IN HAIR  MirlsS     rA  mass   of  longy -  jthicl:, gleanrjr tresses  'JW-w-^i  A Uaique Move  Commercial Travellers to Use British  Warships  London.*���������British commercial travellers and thc representatives of business houses arc to be permitted passage aboard every British warship  leaving thc country ior abroad.  This, according to Sir Hamar  Greenwood, under-secrctary for home  nflfnirfi, who made the announcement  before the association of British  chambers of commerce, is "a move  unique in the hiotory of the empire."  Germany May Not Hand Over Ships  Berlin.���������Thc Deutsche Allgemcinc  Zeitung says semi-officially that the  reply of the German government to  the note from the supreme council at  Paris, demanding the surrender of  German ships sold to Holland during  thc war, will probably be in the negative. The note will declare that thc  government is unable to endorse the  legal arguments of the entente th.tt  the sale of these ships, which nre now  in German waters, was invalid.  Heavy Potato Loss in Manitoba  Winnipeg. ��������� Manitoba has sustained a loss of about 2,800,000 bushels  of potatoes, frozen in the ground,  which at market prices today, $1.25  per bushel, means a loss of $3,500,000  and represents a loss of from 30 to 40  per cent, of thc entire crop. Dealers  say there will be a serious shortage*;  in the province this winter.  Argentina to Hand Over Hun Ships  Buenos Ayrcs.���������Thc six German  merchant ships which took refuge in  Argentine ports during the war will  be delivered to thc allies in e������������d condition. This decision Is the result of  diplomatic negotiations extending  over several months to determine the  fate of the interned steamers.  tne ust wiii    cease to be  among the eight.  Now the position taken by Canada'  is that she should ra.nk as one of thes  eight nations of "chief industrial importance." ~~And to that end bas deposited a protest. The Dominion  government holds that she is "entitled  to be so regarded on thc grounds:  (1) Of population.  (2) Of relative industrial importance.  When the council of the League o������  Nations convenes, and this is expected shortly, Canada's protest will  be one of the first questions for  education.  Melons Grown in tlie West  Proportional  Representation  Winnipeg.���������A    bill    providing    for  proportional  representation  for  Winnipeg will be introduced in the    next  ���������rr.nion of tlir nrrn-Mnritil IriTiqlntUTr",  it is stated. Winnipeg would be the  only district affected, a*, thc city con-  ���������tituencit-s are the only oners for  which th err nrr* more1, than one member.  Let "Danelciinc" save your hair aud  double- ils l������������-;uily. Yun can havj* le.iu  of long, thick, strong, lustronn hair.  Don't let it slay life-less, thin, iicruf.;-  ������!>* cr f'ldini*,. Pr*!i*j "ini*!' ill color.  vi_,or aud vitality.  ('���������ft a .lli-ce������nt bottle- of delightful  ���������'Dandei ine" at any drug or toilet  counter to Ircslii-n your scaip; check  d-indruiT and f.illin.**- h:������ir.      Yenr hair  l.reel:.     1111 .*>     mi iinin.<iiii|,     pi.hip , nun  it������  lite,. 4-olov,  hi i|.htiip-(i;i  anel  ubund-  wnirr   v\ui   kiii.ii jjtin y i  11 .ily Anpealr, to United Stntew  t   ���������     ������������������- :. r**.*- ��������� .     ���������������  - -.  thni another strong appeal hne" been  addressed to the United States by  Siunor Tittoni, Italian foreign uiinis-  ict, UK.>iu>iit. the ritnac i;itn������tiun.  It io added that the Britinh and  French BoveruvueittH are uuintf tthcir  gouei oiiiccM to cit-uc iiii- uuiiio ~sui-  cal situation.  *"'"-!^*^^~lM.l'l"'    '." ' -- ".""'" y "J*P"������ II4.I"444 -4H4l������^_|ii.,    >"'__^lJ*a'^'.4.'_ft'  Navy Most Retain Strength  Beatty Says Nation Would Fall to  the Ground Unless Sea Force  Is Maintained  London.���������F.rtrl Beatty, the new first  sea lord, 6pcaking here, declared that  while public economy was essential,  our vast lines of communication were  as important as before thc war, and  the navy was our insurance for maintaining them. Thc League of Nations was a pious hope for relieving  us of some of that insurance, which  hc hoped might b-.. ������..!f_!k.d. b������*������ the  navy made us into a stronr. man  armed, and without ��������� it the Empire  would fall to the ground.  SATISFYING RELIEF  FROM LUMBAGO  Sloan*',.    Liniment    has    theft  punch     that    relieves  -T.;.^ .y^J!nt*m V;; ,:.(,_:. ;;������������������;���������; ;..S. ;-:..-.4;;: .^^HflH.;::-,-  :-.���������'-������������������������������������.,������������������������������������������������������������������������: ������������������������������������:'���������������������������- ':������������������'���������'."      '.'.:��������� ;���������������������������:���������'' <*:���������   !: '  ���������-Ji-mt00frS'A-(;f A\:* ,>.* ���������������������������: .���������  ...ynrrfirr,������������������'.:>��������� ������/.!.���������',. ,...-'���������(..���������-.��������������������������� ;./-v -V -r -^-" .���������. ..���������,���������..'.������������������.  ~���������  * ./1.v,;;,.-,,:'.v".'.: .?.?"?,. ���������*���������..���������.;   ;:,".va- ���������;: ...<n,;-,;,,.,J  .44 TU.   47 . 0 44.4*4  ������P  4- ,   ������**> X.  0   00-70.0170070   XXX- m  pp.. rtidxdt  *��������� ���������o'   George Merrick, head of thc Merrick-Anderson company, v.ho ua  yeura b_for<_ thc war and ever since huu been a most earueat advocate  of greater production, lc very proud ot" thr fine* ���������������������������ii.ikniele-.ri.-i v.hich he  grew thi������*  ye in* ut  Old   If.nglam], near Selkirk.    He believer!  that in  yen*  the  city cf  ��������� 1.-..,  ���������P-4L.4J..  w.  x-t.  u.  X4.~a>  to coiuc ti uciy Ipi'iic  piop-.M lion  of th..   i..:.iLct |������atdp*:*.ii.g ft*  Vt/iiinipcii   will  be  d������>u.;  in   ilu: Uj������.������l,   v-.ir������u,   ..aiipty ci.il   ii;   .hi  the town  of Sp-lkirlc,  wlncrr condition!"  nrc very favonible.       The    pictures  ttliowia uanipleo ot tac melon crop at im?j ueutiou, u.iu iu uc ce^uui 10 unite  ol MoMHrcil.  Thin ���������warmth-i-ivm-.*-, conKcfeUou-  ecattering eirculatinn-stimulatiriR remedy penetrates without rubbing  right   to   lhc  aching   spot   and   briiiK*"  3nick relief, gurtly, cleanly.      A  won-  erful help for external pain J, *prain9,  9t*"r>.n*,     etifFtir*;*^     hrrwlnclicf-,      luni-  K-^fp-/-.      Vpp-pipw**������  Get your  bottl'.* today���������coats  little,  ti-������-an9 *n-.:ch. AA:< y<..ur ������lru<rf:i''! f'������s-  it by name. Keep it handy for tho  whole family. The big bottle is  economy.    35c,  70c,  $1.40.    Made la  ICunada.  ���������    "KfiS^fljl     i^^tdmxi^j^^^imi^jtKMjjjmtS.-ivtlmiJffll" pJIM  I  fc-wt-t* 1 ^S JT ������ vZ it fiSV U  I ^**i.  .j,.,  ���������.*fr^J..  laZ^^f        ,.,.<e-f!4>PpV!V,..iiMil~������ .*.,..!,..-������^  ������ fc���������uiiiii.-ijt-jn.wi.t-.    >wrti ,ikp1Mi>��������� ���������   tiniiinii Mini mwi'--p-iw.il 11 im-*** ' nnriniii. Mill  If-w-ewM- frm****   t.-j-w^-isr**'*1-***   **M "tn  -*  **x^i*mmmv-.w<,t  <f**Mj-*feiw*^tiOTJit^^ Kimwu.-umft'           ,--    --,,- ^���������-������������������'���������������������������������������������M'-MMIW  "*ffiaa!-������ig--amti[iiij*i'i^^  iroaii4*JiBimil<Wtt������^^  ���������*eW-i|(|i#ll^ S-  %l*tE  CBESTON -ItETDBW  ('  .ppg--*BBB--{-raErai-r-^^  the  that does not lay up waiting for parts.  As modern as any car.  Starting, Lighting and  An Old Friend to the  Front Again!  \\ e are offering:  *><x's   ��������� ���������   $5.50  4</s   ��������� ��������� ���������    2.8 5  I* iill   stock   of   O^'ilvic's    Breakfast  C'-n-als,   Brrm,   Shorts, Wheat  Barley, ( hop, &c.  Creston Mercantile Company  i_i fv. iTED .  I  0P0-* v*i *>��������� er,no1        8   h#jii>m*H     #"������ JWi ���������rl      W^tnt-A     -P-Wir. VVt W r*.nm,  naii-dicm, u-iGiy onu recti oiam-GO  O^i    \>:?y?--   <  >��������� \ <-l.1  i f.!me'". ijin! Sii'ip.!''  i j|'   .:.ee>ui I   J |,i nil     | | ,'i ilu-:  ������   > >.i i    -iiul     Vv i H ������ei     I' e 11'    .'���������-*;111 ���������  W H  (V-Hf     (W.*   /-*���������  ji ���������*������������������ ill )K--'   ,*���������*'������������  iti        lV-t<-|.������<*������l|'INr        i������Jf ���������*,<!*���������  ���������kM,iL*'.W*P������mp*^������i*^i^^       ~-~-^t*MMMmki<m  tfBx  ������i(W              <rTft   .Pr^  jS?*"        .JKS     "~m**t-    HI  *��������������� mmjwmt jm?   kHpW' *~mpn4 -mm*.***-1   IXmmmf mm*-m*m ***-        IXmX-ttmxm  vt /y w   mj^-#*n r^tfr-w  '*'MJW.'jWAW>.*'^el^^  Wi>Wjl|l������������il<lj>i**������>Wl������^  Local and Personal  Mrs. Frfed Belanger was a week-end  visitor with *������riends in Nelson.      y  For Saice ��������� Canned fruit. Also  small coal, header.    Mrs. Fair-head.  Stove Fob Sale���������Royal Oak heater  in good shape.    R.  R. Piper. Creston.  Mrs. R. S. Smith and children are  spending a few days this week with  friends in Spokane.  Mrs. Bennett and two children left  last week to^spehd a few days with  friends at Cranbrook.  J. H. Schofield, M.P.P., of Trail, is a  Valley visitor this week, on his annual  duck and big game shooting trip.  For Sale���������Two cows; one 3 years  and the other 5 years; will freshen in  Jan nary.    Paul Ofner, Wynndel.  Wanted���������Hogs, live or dressed, also  live ducks. Dong Barney, Pacific  Restaurant,  next drugstore, Creston.  T. W. Bandy left on Wednesday for  Kingsgate. where he will relieve the  C.P.R. agent at that point for a couple  of weeks.  A. R. Swanson is back, in -".barge  of the C.P.R. depot after a two months'  holiday. He took the work over on  Sunday-  Exchange ob Sell���������18 months old  Jersey-Shorthorn heifer, heavy milking strain, $75, or spring beef. Apply  Chas. Moore, Creston.  to have theui in the hands of secretary  Constable by the 19th,* on' which date  the books will positively close..  No better-value in a Christmas periodical can he had than Gold Stripe at  $1.50 per copy. It is brimful Of the  right sort of reading matter, and excellently illustrated. Jack Smith is  now on the rounds taking orders. All  the revenue from the sale of Gold  Stripe ge>es to the soldiers' Amputation Club.  . "*.        "  Creston Methodists are launching  the cajanpaign in connection with the  Forward Movement with a series of  evagelistic meetings in the church here  running from Sunday evening, Nov.  23i-d, until Friday evening, November  28th, with "meetings eachjiight, AH  the Methodist clergy in Ulast Kootenay will speak aere during the series  of meetings.  H. Riddell of Calgary, a sleeping car-  conductor on the Crow line, lost his  right arm in a distressing accident at  Oreston on Friday-afternoon last. In  attempting to board the westbound  express while it was under way he  missed his footing and fell down between" the station platform and the  track, his right arm' falling across the  rail and was almost instantly run over  by the rapidly moving train. The unfortunate was carried to Dr. Henderson's surgery where the arm was amputated close up te> the shoulder- and  the patient, left on Saturday for Cranbrook hospital, where he is doing  nicely. In addition te> losing the arm  he was !>.-.������*iy cut aooi;?. tne rane an  well as shaken np rather severely.  R. B. Illsley of Armstrong, the provincial veterinary inspector, was here  on au official visit a. couple of days the  latter part of the Aveek.  ^ Miss. Estelle Smith, who has spent  the past six weeks with friends at  Pentiction and Calgary, returned  home em Tuesday night.  Rev. j. S. Mahood will be here for  service in Christ Church on Snnel-iy at  11 a.m. only, with celebration of Hoiy  Communion at. the close.  _ Rev. Father Desmarias announces  that he will be here to-morrow and  Sunday, Neiv. 15 and 16th, for the usual services in Holy Cross Chinch, Creston.  C O. Rodgers was a business visitor  at Cranbrook the latter part of the  week,*and reports all the lumber companies making preparations for a big  cut of logs this winter.  Coincident with the arrival of Tues-"p  day's cold snap in rolled three carloads  of coal, blacksmith Morrow, H. S. Mc-  Creatlrand R. LamoTit each getting a  car of the black diamonds.  The Agricultural Association are  asking for tenders for the lease of the  new fall fair building for skating.rink  purposes this winter, bids to be in the  secretar'ys hands by the 25th.  p For Sale���������Saddle or driving mare,  giMitle; set new single driving harness;  dining room extension table, round.  Can be seen at the late Mrs. Miller's  ranch at any time.���������W. H. Parrel 1.   ..  Rev. G. H. Hamilton is a Kaslo visit-  en- this week, where he is lending a  hand addressing a series eif meetings  in connection with the Methodist Forward Movement campaigu in that  town.  Owing {.o the Armistice Day whist  and dai.ee on Tuesday night it was decided to cancel tho-Novemher meeting  of Creston Board of Trade, whic'i was  scheduled for that evening, until called by the. president.  The annual bazaar under the auspices of Christ Church Ladies' Guild  will be held on Wednesday, Dec, 3rd,  in tho Parish Hall, followed by a dance  in the evening. Orchestra in attendance".    Admission 75 cents.     ^  Mrs. C. F. Hayes, who has spent the  past two months with friends at Ontario points, returned home on Salur-  elay last. (She states that exceptionally mild weather has prevailed in the  east up till the time she. loft.  [jThe Creston detach ment/ of the Dominion Mounted Police are this week  moving into their permanent e_uaiter.s  in the R. Sinclair .Smith residence,  which they have leased. Mr. Smith  and family are.inoving to their property across the* Kootenay.  The schools, banks, posleiftlbe and  seisne e>f the- stores e.hservcel Tiu-.-day,  Armistice Day, as a holiday. Tt was  anything bnt iilenl for a holiday as the  mercury registered ten 'above -/.i-ro  (hut morning, iinel the day was cold  and biliary throughout.  .1, A. Grant, I lie prairie fruit markets  commissioner. Calgary, Alta., who was-  he-re- last we-elc, estimates that the*  Okanagaii growers lost almost 250,000  boxes of apples in the e-nd-of-Oe-toher  fi ve/.e. iii' |>lact-.*i i.irttsLoii'.s ]ot->s ai,  2000 boxes, ami Keieite-nav Lake- points  at  lu00 boxen.  Catti.i',   For   Ham-"    Thoroughbied  fj..rJ4:|,.|.,.,|     HIimiI liJJCtl     bull.        f������    VOIMH*;  e-ovvn, Usui eil' i mul calf.      (J cig'hloe-n-  moiit'hs   j.|e|   heifers.      5 spring ciiTv.-h.  Will   se-ll   in   one   lot.     Arrangements  e-ei.iji! lie made fur uilil <���������! iltg them if  , l,.   ;,   ,. I        i   i  ,     p <'    ���������������*: 11:   .        i*.i.,.,.... i  < Ye-eli I, < 'i C!p| on.  S|ieei.i|    Mil-el ill).*;:,    arc   III   be   belli    ill  'he I'll bylei'iiH. ('biiiih i-ai-h evening  lli-Kl We-j'k in i'i Jiilie-el iem V*. il ll the-  I'i it '.-, .11 (I   MuVeilJl'lll   of  the   I'l e'..l>>'l ������  li  au    ('lunch    in    (',jii,iila.       I'i. undent  I ������< ��������� i i L i * l ���������>   .ne   i \ | n'cl ed    in lie   |))i'  ein .  .\.l .ii ��������� ' "i 4....II' invited tn .tt !. ml.  Ali'i I ini*-. '.Lu I  at H ii'eluj-K.  A UMilili)' nl lhe dliirliil <tt the  A |M i'llll ut .i I Sui ii-l'/ vv .1 > he-|i| oil  lleii'l.iv iiii'lil lie,I In wind iij. Ilw  \i-iii':    lilc-iliir ��������� ,   jui.I      pe'l'.'.ullS     hllVlllg  ���������: i'������������������    ......i.. : -!..     ,���������.���������;.��������� :. ..;, ~A.. J  S. G. Foreman   a  addition  to his  mi;  also opened out a,  ery, tobaccos, pi  next the Peekin  of the week the t  in  operation  at v  meats will be, serv  tore will be boon* to ot  pers particularly.    The place*. x  yery tastefully fitted up and up-ty-date  'service is assured, . \  J. K. GHORLTON  TEACHER OF VIOLItM ~\  VIOLONCS-.L.O  Terms on application.  Highest class tuition guaranteed.  /W   %% && -*S ���������# **it������&  S   i B-*������_^S������_i&B %-f  Monday; Nov. 17  ETHEL CLAYTON  in  Journey's End  mZ~r~\ -nrt ~z. >/i������  ���������xm-*-mm>mMmm+miarjr  Wednesday, Nov. 19  CARMEL MYERS  in  JBraakway Scandal  a    jr������-**_i-o^_F-_.������  m-0*-%-*0l-'-%md%dmVmjr  Saturday? Nov, 22  Partfl  A Fight for-Millions  Everybody's Girl  Comedy  The Cure That Failed  jjo you Know why so many  women prefer WEAR-EVER  utensils? if not see for yourself the difference between  WEAR-EVER and .other  'kinds of aluminum and enamelled wear by an inspection of  any of the following Wear-  Ever articles we are showing :  Double Boilers  Pie Plates  Jelly Plates  Bread Pans  Berlin Kettles  Fry Pans  Pudding Pans  Preserving Kettles  Doughnut Cutters  Tea Percolators  Coffee Percolators  Ladles  Clothes Sprinklers  .   Collapsible Drinking Cups  Amminum utensils are not  <������������,11      ~Urx  rxSX~xrx     "  40_A/*.1aP_".  ���������XT       x  x uu   *5������t  fl-.e.  mv  best, always in Wear-Ever.  Better  Service  Q   Lower  i������   Prices  rJ't this price undoubtedly the  cheapest feed you will buy  this season.  LIMITED  I-.1 (rl    V '. M    ), < M  Al'Tl ������   L! \ VA.\   !N   (V>N N !.("!'!<>.\  'iiW''   "**^r^'-^'\'&'*'^Hj>������t*'-\>*i*-'"'~*  i-.i^t.'irt.ttiPtit it.',,iidii0t\v*>r&���������!,:. w���������:  "'At *t*i"lfe'*'*!_l ,*_fc_il _" !".T! t..1"' j*^"'  J������JJ**p������V>*r-")*^**������W**������'^  ^n..^Z:rAiL~^:.m ii:-;.tt:-----\rT-*.??i ^~rLk..  )iSSm~^������!!-x---~~~~l^^

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