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Array ������   rp'j    *'iU'"  .** it^y-ictjr- >y_&: .-,*&& .,.;r.-v.  - -.j-ii.jii'ty-ii'^tmiJ'tf". -,-������-  Vol. XI.  CK.ESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1920  No. 49  bard of Trade  Annual Banquet  The banquet, which bas now become  ii fixture in connection with the annual meeting of the Creston Board of  Trade, this year was in tbe nature of a  reunion dinner, us it were. Cranbrook  and Creston boards, which have been  out of touch for some year?, cemented  the bonds of friendship with the attendance of President Spreull, J, P. Fink,  R. E."Beat-tie and P. M. McPherson of  the former organization here to renew  former-time friendships, to heip heave  into the discard any imaginary or real  differences that may have existed, and  to assure that co-equally with Creston  their desire is to inaugurate 1920 and  succeeding years with a new deck and  a new deal.  In the past, too, the divisional city  board has been a bit lukewarm toward  ' the Associated Boards of Trade, and  to make tbe reunion complete Commissioner F. A. Starkey (Nelson) of the  associated boards was here to welcome  ('ranbrook back to the organization  over -which be presides. The speeches  hearing on this phase of the evening  session were redolent, with genuine cooperative get-together spirt, and while  no guarantees could be given in tbe  premises certainly the tenor of all the  addresses was decidedly optimistic as  to the desired goal being reached.  The spread was oh Tuesday night in  -Speers' Hall, u committee of the Women's Institute having the catering in  hand, and a repast well worthy of such,  a special occasion was bountifully  provided and squally expeditiously  served. President Constable was the  presiding genius, and opened proceedings  with    his    presidential   address,  Our Veterans���������Proposed by S. A. |  Speers and responded to by C. B. Gar- !  land.  The Ladies���������Proposed by C. W.  Allan, and respended to by H. K.  Oafcwav.  An added toast was the Creston  Board of Ti ade, which was intrrdnced  by Mr. Starkey and replied to by President Constable.  Commendation is due Chairman  Piper and G, Johnson and Dr. Henderson of the banquet committee.  They supplemented the ladies' effort  admirably in every detail and a great  deal of the praise for tbe all-round  snecess of the function is due them.  Board of Trade  Re-Elects Officers  Although  street talk bad it that a  Mrs. Violet Sullivan was here for a  few days' visit with her father. ������i. J.  Chambers, returning on Monday to  her home in Cranbrook.  Mrs. Shane returned on Sunday  from a short visit with her mother at  N.-ds'on. She has left her eldest boy to  attend school in that city.  The Latter Day Saints reyival meetings are still being carried on with  much interest. Even . during the wet  weather and muddy roads of last week  fairly large crowds gathered.  Next-Friday night, Jan. 30th, Canyon people are holding a whist drive  and dance at the schoolhouse���������dancing upstairs at the same time as cards  downstairs. $1 a couple; children 25c.  The proceeds are to be used toward  buying a much-needed piano for the  canjuiunity. Good music and a good  floor assured.    Eyery body welcome.  Mr. Weatherhead is honie again for  a short visit.  * S       * ,  coupled ��������� with :\vtt-tei&*--tm~*~-*^^  export trade statement in all lines forT1**^ M^ndayV:V.^f������3M������^^������K-^  *��������� xv-~m rT*-xdTm-v4      rrh-x .*--.������ *t**x      -mr* mx .4     t-=X *-S������?rT P*     ���������#��������� ���������**-*���������������    t-.|l7-**������    XX XX  1919.*; The latter showed that for the  year the exportable products had put  the Valley into the half-million dollar  class, the fruit and vegetable export  alone running to at least 200 cars, and  tittl V-iU* n u-i i 1 I .-B3JJ.0)J.  While the speeches to all the toasts  were   decidedly   worth   while  special  mention is due  the efforts   of   J. P.  Fink, to whom was assigned the reply  to the toast to "Publicity." Mr. Fink  was particularly happy iu his opening  remarks   which   had to do  wiin  his  acquaintance with Creston for almost  a quarter <if a century, and on the desirability   of   Creston    uniting    with  Cranbrook, Fernie, and   the    Windermere in the pamphlot it is proposed to  issue and circulate Mr. Fink made out  a splendid case in every detail.    Even  more felicitous  were  tho remarks of  Mi-, Sproull both in speaking direct to  the toast to "Our Indiirtries.''as well  as setting forth his views on the relations that he hoped.these get-togethers  would  establish, not. only as between  their respective boards of trade but us  between tbc citizens of the communities     individually    and     collectively.  .Mr. Spi-nell'i-i language  and style carried   conviction   with   them  and   undoubtedly  if  the  suggestions  offered  are   acted   upon" mutually   beneficial  results   can   hardly    fail   to    follow,  l-'nually pcrt.uu>ut and as capably expressed wen- the views enunciated hy  Mr. Starky   in   everv   direction, with  special   mention   due   to   tbe   concise  way   he  presented   the  usefulness  of  the Associated Hoards ami demonstrated the useful  work that tbe organization is doing.    And in handling proceedings throughout as well as reviewing the yeiii'*:  work e>|' the- ho-o-d nnd  presenting the   M>1J)  trade  statement  President Ctiiisfahic did himself equally proud in compariron with tln> trio  .'ifoi'i'inentiotied.    The-   tousl   li-u    was  as follows:  The Province---Proposed  by Capt.  (Vompton   miiiI    respeiruled   by   It.    I<*.  matient change, -and intend to take up  residence at* Kitchener. ' ���������'  A new box of books has cbnae to the  school. Librarian Manfred ��������� Samuei-  son put the books in place on Sunday,  and is now ready to receive Applicants  for reading matter.  Elder Branson is here again holding  gospel services in the basement of the  school, ' .The number attending runs  from 10 to 60 nightly, and although he  has bee.n holding meetings for over-  two weeks the people have not in anyway slackened their interest, which is  indicated by their* good attendance.  Elder Branson is a line speaker and  certainly a good bible student, and  bas the goodwill of the people of this  community.���������Com.  Wynndel  A very enjoyable little dance was  held iu the schoolhouse on Saturday  night, with a fair-sized crowd in  attendance. All present state, that  they had a fine time.  conlese might be looked for for every  office   connected    with   the   Creston  Board of trade, the annual meeting of  that organization  on Tuesday night  passed   off   without   incident, except  that   the   attendance   touched   high  water mark���������there being about thirty  members on hand���������but for only one of  the   places on  the   board  was there  occasion   for   scrutineers Speers and  Cherrington to pass*around the ballots.  The name   of   Vice-President   Bevan  was submitted along with that of Pre  sident Constable for the presidency,  but in a neat, speech Mr. Bevan withdrew, remarking, that the 1919 officers  had many matters;-well in hand which  would have to be completed this year,  and in view of this'fact and tbe excellent services rendered he preferred to  retire,   Those who will be in  charge  of the board's effort tbis year-are;  Hon., President���������C, O. Rodgers.  President���������Guy Constable.  Vice-President---O. F. Hayes.  Auditor���������O. G. Bennett.  Executive���������Geo.    Johnson,      S.   A.  Speers. E. C. Gibbs, W. H. Crawford,  r->     r������     /-l...,1,._J     A~*     T.X7       A\\,.x-  Lj    o. "ejr.ii iiii iu, u,   ,y . miiiii.  Tlie treasurer's statement showed  that including' the balance carried  over from last year the board's gross  intake was siightiy over ������800 and of  this ariionnt sbme $300had been spent  on Reclamation .effort, about $80 in  dues and delegates, expenses to the  Associated Board's - convention,. and  other incidentals. The year closed  wit ha balance of ^IJ.5 on the year'.s  ���������operations.. -PZjZP.ZZ'j  The committee ;5bistrike the board's  vsttinding eommitfe^eo for 1920will .eeirv  GlrO. Rodgers. ������.nii ���������the.se.same gentle-:  men will comprise -the delegation to  attend the Associated Board's convention at- Trail next month.  There was quite a grist of routine  business to-dispose of, the correspondence including a letter frunr a- Regina  gentleman who desires to establish a  co-operative evaporator here, and this  communication will be turned oyer  to the "Fruit Growers' Union. The C.  P.R. haye opened an information  bureau in New York city and want  literature and full information regarding Creston Valley to submit to callers enquiring about likely locations in  B.C, The C.P.R. natural reeourees  department also want even more precise information f&r their office at  Calgary, and these req nests will be  complied with.  Another resolution udopted was  that members  who are one  year   in  Loan Committee Chairman Henderson  asked for suggestions as to the disposition of the flag won by this district���������  with three crests attached. Secretary  Garland suggested that a fitting home  for it would be the G.W.V.A. club  room in the Maliandaine block, assuring that if it were turned oyer to the  vets, that it would always be available  for loan for decorative purposes on  great occasions. The board unanimously agreed to denote the bunting to  the soldiers.  The meeting was held in the G.W.  V.A. hall, due to the annual banquet  being spread in the Speers' building.  The president's address was deferred  untii the banquet, which followed adjournment of the annual meeting.  Nothing Like ?Em  Even in Ontario  Miss Vernon, who has been the guest  of her brother-in-law, Mr. Baggs, has  returned to Vancouver, and will leave  shortly for England.  Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stones haye  moved to their new residence on their  ranch on the lower Oreston-Porthill  road.  Mr. Beard, who has been at Calgary,  Alta.. for a few days, returned the  fore part of the week.  H. Lambie, representing the B.C.  Nursery Co., was in the district this  week, booking orders.  Geo. Pa ton has gone to Vancouver  for a few week's vacation.  Tiny Davis is on the job of timekeeper for the camp this week.  That  the   Crestoii Valley  can  produce Delicious apples in quantity has  never  been   doubted,   and  that  their  flavor and keeping qualities are unsurpassed   are   still   more  important  factors that are not in dispute on any  of the markets the Valley Delicious  have so far invaded.  That these same  Delicious  can more  than hold  their  own in the classiest company is indicated in the letter below, whieh has  just been received  by    R.  J.  Long,  whose Erickson orchard has recently  established a B. C. record for net returns of a solid carload of this variety.    The letter reads:  Calgary, Alta., Dec. 31, 1919  R.   J.  Long,   wsq.  Creston, B. C.  Dear Mr. Long���������You sent me a box  of Delicious apples, which I asked Mr.  Bevan to buy for me, and they were  of such splendid quality and pleased  so much that I wish to especially  thank you for same.  We only opened them abuut t"--vo  weeks ago, and I have a daughter living near Niagara Falls, Ont., and  when sending her the annual Christmas box I enclosed a few of these  apples, and I have a letter in reply  to the effect that such apples were  never seen there before.  When the next crop comes around 1  hope to be ahle to get a few boxes  of the same variety and quality. With  best wishes for a successful New Year,  I remain,  Yours truly,  H. C. GRAHAM,  Customs office, Calgary.  The letter needs no elaboration, except to remark thai the Niagara Falls  section is the banner fruit district of  all Ontario, and when a resident of  that section so frankly concedes the  outstanding excellence of the Valley  Delie&us no higher commendation can  be had.  A few of the residents got together  on Monday afternoon and put up a  flag pole at the school grounds.  preparations are being made for  ^moving'/.t^$i'^h^c'ks.''<pi}..the lots of the  settlers -is soon tinw&'a.re favo-redvwith  a fall of sno-syv^*-'-.'"/ *.���������������������������'���������   py. i-  CpL Lister has been away from the  camp for" a few days���������on a business  trip west in company with Director  Ward.  Ray Ciandall and family are moving to the coast, where they will be in  residence for the immediate future.  Mr. Crandall is one of the earliest  settlers at Lister, but oh account of a  flattering offer concerning his future  welfare, very much against his inclination he has decided to leave.  The stork has paid its Hrst yisit to a  Lister couple, a daughter being born  to Mr. and Mrs. Horace. Wright, on  bhe 15th. To fittingly perpetuate such 1 friends, and even her father, a for-  an auspicious happening tbe happy ��������� mer governor, warns him to Rive  parents are calling the little lady  Margaret Lister Wright.  !'  , :iuv-  Fink.  ,ti'-iuii\ ('i"imhroo|.  i"ui>iieil*y I Yo-.i.,-.���������-.'��������� 1>\ ;  e-i-i ami iii-)uiih'hiI to hy ,1  ���������Trail brook.  Transport at ion  Ili-van, anil n-'-ipunded tn by F. M. Mc-  I'l'eTMil),  I'l .lllill e'e.U.  Nislei- uiul Asseie-iale  Trade --Proposed by ('  . 111(1 I'l'spoiidi-il In by I-  i*-M*l*,eili.  Biutm������������������ On January 11 th, to Mr.  and Mrs. Matt,. Hagen, u son.  J. C. Butterfield, who lately returned from oyerseas, is now employed  with the Canyon City Lumber Co* at  Canyon, where ho is driving a, Kelly  truck on the log haul.  Most of tbe residents of vVynndel  were at Creston on Saturday to attend  tbe cattle sale. So far as we can learn  none of our cili/.-.*ii.s secured any of tbe  b'i..c1;, p-ic:-:* b-.*:r2g beyond Mm* i-aevins  of the average fruit, grower.  A nasty accident occured here on  Tuesday morning when a team driven  by Victor .Johnson run away. He  wm- h.-itilinfr- fort ili/.ei- and while crossing a. creek tbe horses broke through  the ice and bei-itmiug scared got al-  nviNt,    out    of    control.     Victor   was  ['. ���������..*.-, *.. :.'..' *!?*.'- }"-."' '.--it ,im.o >,,,()������������������,  i ii.idiy biiii;.id and n!si!0.:i '���������n'������-|'������'il  joilt.     ih:  llendi'i'.soi-'H   m-ryit-en    were  lvquihitinned and examination .-.hows  ��������� ',,V.,:!t'll y\\   i'.S" ! be   is not seriously, though   painfully  ..���������>.,.....I.     !,.>,.i      navel     iw    i/cl.l illli*    lllonu  ili.e-K   lii.H.  arrears for dues be dropped from the  membersnip   roll.    For* tbe    Victory  the Second of  a Series of  P@pl.ir (Zmtnt  by the  Big, dramatic scenes abound in  "FigbtiiiR Destiny." Vitagraph's  feature starring Harry T. Morrey,  which will be seen in the Peekin  theatre on Saturday night. Tbe  hero trails to tlie depths of the underworld of a. great city his fiancee,  who vanishes on their wedding eve.  A man of great influence, he is refused any aid by police or political  Si^iSssB*  an  up the search. But Larry (Mr.  Morey) single handed battles all  the sinister Iniluev.ces siud solves  the mystery and finds his trust in  , ^^ girl's love was justified. His  . John   Trachieux,   section   foreman,' adventures and escapes from death  who has spent the past three weeks at' ,       ...      ���������        ,   ���������   ������i,.,:ii  ^   ,       , ' ...ii        ���������     .. i ������.vo  screened   with   many   a thrill,  Saskatohewan points, is back again at I .-,,,. i        i   <i   i  tbe  old job.    During  his absence p.   especially  his hand  to   hand  light  Lombnrdo was in charge of the crew. ��������� with tho habitues of the resorts he  Ernest McCabe is another of tlioU'isits. There are also remarkable  holiday-makers who has just, returned : scenes of Chinatown dens.  to work,  after a vacation   of almost j ��������� ���������.===-rj-====-^^  two months. j a t.n,tt. ,)f nuM, at work at the Landing,  tt. II. Koms of Cranbrook, a former , building a new slip. The iuquovv-  ear foreman bore, spent a few days \ ment will tie welcome as tbe slip at  with Sirdar friends last week, He ! present, in use is far from sati*,factoi-y.  states  his health   is almost  as good as I     y h Cluxrch S(ll.vi(H. in ,,,��������� sfinool.  ever since  the  operations   be   ������������������������������i-, hmiSl, on sundav night, with   Hev. J  went at a coast, hospital last summer.   s Mllhood in Ch'lirf.K.% w������s well attend-  Mrs- Jus. Cook of Oreston was n od, although climate conditions were  week-end visitor with Mrs. Konsny.       ��������� i,u* from live in-si.  The soil, weiiiriu-r over   Lhe* -.m-A-end        Social  iiie   m    Sirdar  -.���������..���������������*,������������������ inU* m.e.-.  put a crimp in the   bay hauling opera    -,aHL   Week. cards  and   dancing   being  t-ioiiH of Arthur North, who   Iiml been   ft.)lturos of ut homes at. the r.-si.b-nei-s  busy bringing   in   bay from across tbe ; of M���������Shl.s# <J,>,uliimii and Mc.Masters,  lake.  il    He nereis   e>f  (>.   Kodgei's,  \. Siurl'.-v.  I bit*   I min* I i ii*  Pr.  .[tn  Ir.   .1  liei.iin i'l  ell,.  ipi  ii!.*; r.i.  i|ni!-������*il   bv  *'i'Mt|e*i!    ���������  Ma  l bv  ���������nil.    Pti>--id--iit      t'rauhtook  i i ii'H*.  II. Hoscmlah* lias ineiwil into bis  i.i*\\ biinn* um lhe- U.tio'.lael place, and  Mr, Anderson,  who   recently   arrived  f.,l.. .\b .... I...    It;.!    Alt;:.. ri'MV occupies ilu- bungalow vacated by iWr. Itohcu-  at thc  tm$im Wo Mi  Program of Latest Popular Songs  atul Instrumental Selections.  Popular Music.  I *of.iuhir PrU'.f.s.  ���������Kiill atmoiinr-emenl, next week.  A new bunk house is being creeled  here for the. convenience- of the freight,  er-'WH. and the newer jitlet heller accomodation will be- miii.h appn-ciaicel.  Chas. Fr-inson, see-lion foreman at,  Moyie, was here ;i few days last, week.  He lias booked ill)   extended  leave and  i        ������������       I . I... . '   l, ,i|.11  nt  I.**. K*'"'I-*, i "   !<���������������������������.������   KoehcMci*,   Min  liienl.  I'm    nii'.lii'.il   ti-.it  < \v! * I Men i-i-- \\ri-, i i'hi*u iuu' ���������*> uu.'iii-  ItailCCS ill tbe met l*o*M������lis between  I  1,1 .iiie-, i ill   .Mn.leliil ���������  I      Mr. Fraser, >- Ne*lseui cont r;irte.r, h.is  After a iwin-weeks* layoff, due to a  rather bail cold, C. M. Loasby is back  !i������   work n(/;)iiii  tbis week.    Iu  his nb-  ���������   ���������      ������ ���������. '-*���������������   ���������'.������������������-. >*.-.  bi.l  I'linrci' of \ he-  ���������,...,-,1   ,-,,,.-,<'  Mmv.u Il.ilv is slill unavoidably  abe-iit iieuo iiiwii. iii-������l for ib������' prenent  in--, t'linetl luiini'.-ip.il in:<ui������gemiMii.  over 1 o l-'.ngiiiei-r Ib-ock. He diel have  de'sigiih t-n ai,inning the- work lo e-x-  Mnynit '.liner*--!! .if Cran brook but when  I ���������    I' .1   ..������    UilU*-,  d.-f.-.������l   b.*  decided  ties   tin*   till  that  anyone-   (.'ruubrool  rail    1  ������>         1.-      I...I    li.    ,           -���������         1     !.[���������..  uniK'i  t late*  fell' Sil elm .  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Most women can have sparkling  eyes and ruby cheeks if they will bnt  use regularly a blood cleansing and  laxative medicine like Dr. Hamilton's  Pil's. Just follow these simple directions. Tonight take two Dr. Hamilton's Pills and note bow much  fresher you feci tomorrow morning.  Your face will be clearer, your appetite better, your spirits brighter. Next  night take one or perhaps two pills  again. Gradually reduce the dose as  mentioned in the company's directions.  Day by day you will note a steady  gain. You'll quickly have back those  happy girlish looks you once were  proud to think about. No other medicine can do so much for you as Dr.  Hamilton's PiMs of Mandrake and  Butternut. Sold everywhere in 25c  boxes.  ��������� BY ���������  HENRY G. ROWLAND  %  Copyrighted. Printed by special  arrangement with Thos. Allen,  Toronto.  J  {Continued.)  Sarah, entering at this moment  with unnecessary salts, Ruggles ceded  her his place. Misses Bulbul, Ales-  sandra, and Roxana were still standing, and there was a peculiar warmth  in the eyes of the gorgeous Georgian  beauty as they followed every movement of Ruggles. Miss Elliot looked  at them all critically, then at Ruggles,  whose face had turned rather white  from thc pain in his ankle due to the  strain put upon it when supporting  Rosa. Miss El'iot understood. ( Her  bright eyes had caught the contraction of his features as he had practically carried the girl to the divan.  "Won't you sit down. Mr. Rugglcs." said she, and pushed a chair  to  where  he   was  standing.  ith     his  perform light services and play in  j the sunny g-ardens and be taught tnu-  | sic and dancing and intellectual accomplishments. Perhaps the merchant, seeing greater possibilities of  profit, might have her educated at his  own expense up to the time of her  maturity. She was not degraded physically. One does not smirch a priceless pearl or drive in a coster cart a  filly that may one day win the Grand  Prix. No, her lot was destined to be  an easy one, for the Turks, as husbands, are proverbial for their kindness and indulgence to their women-  kind.  Such a girl was that lovely maiden,  Roxana, daughter of a herder of Tiflis. She had been since her tenth  year of the household of Abdul Hamid, who was related to Hamid Pasha, and who had given him the little  giri not iong bdore uis imposition.  Hamid Pasha had planted her in his  garden as one might plant a lovely  flower, and watched her bloom with  the  same  deep poetic  appreciation.  But what of Roxana? Where did  she as an individual enter into the  general scheme of things? What of  her soul and her highly active intelligence?  Up to this time neither had suffered. Lessons of various sorts had occupied her mind healthfully and sufficiently; she had been taught music,  dancing, and two languages besides  her own���������French and English, which  she spoke charmingly. Then, if truth  is to be told, she was rather lazy and  luxurious physically, though mentally active enough. She was also de-  | vout and prayed in the mosque frequently, but one thing lacked her,  and that was love. The girl was as  ripe for love as a sun-kissed pomegranate for the plucking.  Consequently, as she looked at "Ruggles, late salesman of the Walkeasy  Shoe Company of America, and saw  the light of admiration in his clear  blue eyes, strange tremors seized  Roxana. As she understood the situation, she was his. She had been  left him by Hamid Pasha, together  with other real and personal property.  He might take her with the others to  Paris or any other place, but after her  first glance, Roxana much preferred  that he should take her for himself.  She thought him very beautiful and  a hero. Perhaps she was not so far  wrong. Ruggles was handsome, and  certain'.y a hero, if standing stubbornly with an empty rifle and lunging  viciously with its fixed bayonet at a  swarm of frenzied Bulgarians who, m  their mad blood-lust, would hove  slaughtered his colonel, can make a  man such. Hamid Pasha had not  been sparing in his praise of Ruggles.  Then Roxana had just seen that he  was kind���������too kind for her jealous  taste. For. the moment, she hated  Rosa.  Ruggles. quite unconscious of the  sudden passion that he had aroused  in the hot heart of this mountain  goddess,   sank   down   into   tbe   cbai'-  and looked  about him  with a smile.  "Sit down, ladies," said be. "You  mustn't mind me. I'm still prettv  shaky."     Hc  glanced  over at  the di  '4Qa^t\W jmtV^xt^bo&yMSSSiVt  .A.  v^-  I  tst   00.00 m txJ*  **a &  ������1  MseBaaa,!  *ZM  JJtOST people first knew Dr,  Chase through his Receipt Book. Its reliability and  usefulness made him friends  everywhere.  When he put his Nerve Food,  Kidney-Liver Pills and other  medicines on the market they  received a hearty welcome, and  their exceptional merit has  kept them high in the public  esteem.  Take Dr. Chase's Kldney-L-iver  Pills for example. There is no treatment to bo compared to them as a  means of regulating the iiver, kidneys and bowels and curing constipation, biliousness, kidney disease  and Indigestion.  One pill a dose, 25c a box at all. dealers,  or Edmausoa. Bates & Co., Ltd., Toronto.  r*nr^sB9HBjii.iMl^������jLxii!S9tes&&  and therefore went calmly to work to  get it. She was quitfe successful, and  her eyes glowed as she observed thc  effect she had produced upon the new  master.  Miss Elliot's brows contracted  slightly. "Show* Mr. Ruggles your  gowns also, my dears," said she to  Alessandra and Bulbul.  (To  Be  Continued.)  wmaiau ior eoiaier  According to the terms of the will  of a bushman in Northern Ontario,  Sergt. Arthur Driscoll, a patient in  Sydenham Hospital, Kingston, Ont.,  receives the entire estate of the testator. He will be given a lump sum of  $5,000, and one thousand dollars a  year for life. Sergt. Driscoll served  overseas with the second battalion,  and on his return went to northern  Ontario, where he made friends with  the bushrnan in question.  What are they7 A mild form of  frost-bite���������a chilling of the pari la  ���������such a degree that lnfli������mmatioa la  set up, causing a tingling pala, excessive irritation and often ���������welling. Zam-Buk cures chilblains by  drawing out the inflammation, thus  ending ths pain and irritation and  -reducing ths spelling.  Miss Annie Lepard of Be&verdalo,  Ont.. says: "I suffered agonies fvosa  chilblains and used many remedies,  but nothing gave me any ease until  I   used   Zam-Buk,  which,   after ���������>  .......       -. ... ��������� m. .r. ���������     rtrx0-.0ti..Xjxivo      0^A  liltlU     liei&*3������Clom.o,    vuuijrrvi������������j     m.vm  me of this painful ailment."  Regular applications of Zam-Bulc  will prevent a recurrence of th������  trouble.   Keep it bandy.   60c box*  GIRLS! A MASS  OF WAVY, GLEAMY  BEAUTIFUL HAIR  Let "Danderine" save and  glorify your hair  Rubles     thanked     her     wn���������     ...������   off      d   b      w       E]y  quick,   flashing      smile,   and   his   blue     - . . -      ..  eyes travelled from her to the three  expectant girls, who were watching  him   with   a devouring intentness.     As  , r-r, tt   -    i~.rn.r-    ������"������nv. i ei*    lii.eii-ui'U    uvri     hi     lwiz    ui*  thcy   met   those  ot   Roxana..    he  Ion.������ "Feeling better, Rosa?" he ask-  lashcs   ot   the   lovely   Georgian   quiv-1 ^  ion      It i     '���������"'���������c ���������3,'r"  s,-nPe<J from ber cushions  q..,cr.   'rh;i,1hnndlw*th   tl1C   nt,ie   Crace   ������f  a   k*ttPn   a"d  P. \ir.  Un   i crossed  the room.  venerable   Ha-       ���������.r     ,,    . ,   ... ��������� ,  Yes,    she answered.    1 am all better ��������� and  I will get you a something  "That is more comforting?" she  asked.  "Yes, that's more comforting,"  Ruggles answered, smiling back at  her.  At a nod from Miss Elliot, Alessandra and Bulbul had seated them-  1 selves, primiy arranging their ski-ts.  Roxana, however, remained standing,  her tawny eyes glowing at Rosa. She  was wondering why she bad been so  stupid as not -to think of the ottoman.  All of her s%3rt life she had been  trained: to plefijse some lord'*and. master, and here',was this "child "from  Cyprus fo rethinking her! She should  get a good slap or a twisted pinch  for that, at bedtime.  "Sit down, Roxana," said Miss Elliot.  Roxana   turned  slowly   and   looked  ered. A  marvel on?  rosy wave or c  floodcel   her exquisite  complexion.  was  that  mid  tile--     tirst  anv   man   tvit  Pasha  had   hi  time  thc  voile  mo--, t  he-r  Ch.a-  ke'-V.  c:"' -  i. ;i<  a T-. e 1  l!  'lath  lu d noon  her    un-  ���������  emotion     v.-as al-  ������������������id*-n   surprised   at  by     some     Prince ���������arc  in   The   forest. |  vii.rial, Trans-Can  !:������������������  --li  on   which   to  rest your  foot,  for you  lamed."  She   pushed   an     ottoman   to   Ruggles'*-*  chair, and, kneeling,  raised his  n's of Tm--'i:i,,'''e'  which   was  still  bandaged,  and  with  Invelv  ��������� - ��������� ''.,.,i  -,,"���������  lea   silk.       It j'  eie'u rading, ���������  of    view, j  daughter  ',*���������'���������*.   iii an I  on -    f'i-'!  ;! i   ii   ii ol I  '..r   erf.dle |  shoved thc cushion, beneath it. Then  she looked np at thc young man with  a   .smile.  rfr-"*-'=>"*t?  * iiCnretoF Pimples  ''You don't need merecury.potaah���������  or aay other otrou-r, mii-oral to  r-ur-u oimples ccm���������*���������-*<��������� by poor  bloe^d. *|ak~L.~\tTuzt-t:Roots���������  V> drug2ut .-.tuitaifc "aiotuer Seigei'B  tx  turatwc Syrap���������ant  your  skin  XC  ^.t ,1 ��������� r... ���������~x  ������������������   C.  m.m~   rx ���������   ���������   SrxmXxV*.  T\ TTJXXlt mrXVJX..   Ur|* H. .������%,.������. H. ^  mmvj,    ~.  v it v/ili sweeten your stomach and  yogi-date your bowels." Get the  ���������genuine. 50c.������nd$1.00Sottle-B.  h   At drug stores. _  Tn a tew moments you can transform your plain, du'X flat hair. You i  can have it abundant, soft, glossy and  full of life. Just get at any drug or  toilet counter a small bottle .of "Danderine" for a few cents. Then moisten a soft cioth with the Danderine  and draw this through your hair, taking onc small strand at a time. Instantly, yes, immediately, you have  doubled the beauty of your hair. It  will be a mass, so soft, lustrous, fluffy  at thc governess from under her long-and so easy to do up.    Al! dust, dirt  fringe of lashes  "I like better to stand," said she in  a silken voice that held a trace of  sullen n ess.  "As you wish, my dear," said Miss  and excessive oil is removed,  Let Danderine put more life, color,  vigor and brightness in your hair.  This stimulating tonic will freshen  your   scalp,  check   dandruff  and   fall'  Elliot   evenly.     She   looked   at   Rug-  ing hair, and-help your hair to grow  Airman Discovers  Ancient City  Would Never Have Been Noticed oa  The Level  Lieut.-Col. J: A. Beasley gives ia  the Geographical Journal an interesting example of how photography  from an airship can extend our knowledge. When making an aerial re-  conaissance in Mesopotamia over territory occupied by the Turks, he took  a series of photographs near Samarra,  which shows distinctly the ruins of an  ancient, city extending twenty miles  along the Tigris River and two miles  and a half wide, large enough to shelter easi'y 4,000.000 inhabitants. This  city would never have been noticed  on the level, since it is not marked  by anything but scattered hillocks,  although pottery and medals had been  discovered on thc site. But the photographs show clearly its whole plan,  with its fortifications, canals for irrigation   and   streets.  gles. "Don't you think that the girls'  gowns are pretty?" she asked.  "They're great," Ruggles answered. "The ladies look like they'd just  stepped   off  thc   Rue  de   la   Paix."  Roxana passed slowly in front of  him, walking with the lithe, clinging  step of a lioness, the foot about to  leave thc ground drawn deliberately  by   the   extended   hip.     Mer   straight  long,   thick,   strong  and  beautiful.  "Wireless for Venezuela  So great is the propagandist power  of thc modern press that thc wonders  of the wireless arc commonly taken  for granted by thc veriest chi'd. Yet  thc resolution of thc Venezuelan gov-  hcr i ernment to install a wireless appara-  shonldcrs     were     carried   back,  proud bosom  thrust  forward,  and  as   ttis   in   thc  environs   of   Caracas,   thc  she   passed   in   front   of   Rugglcs.   she ��������� capital  city, .was  of  such  tremendous  looked   at   him   aslant   from   beneath   il)ipol-tancc   aml   ncws   valufi<  her  long,  curved  lashes.     No   trained |  cloak   model   in  anv of  thc  big dress  ���������*'   ��������� i!v   nne-l   (>uie:l<lv   tinrerl   witi"  EGYPTIAN LINIMENT  I'OT   h.iie*   r>y   All   l'eiilrsr-i.  !.*���������*.���������!!?':)���������.   Hi   ��������� ev,   I'eop'rM. N.-ipntK'e?.   Ont.  makers' shops could havc shown a  gown more deliberately or with better clTcct. Bui in Roxana's act there  was something almost savagely primitive. She wished notie*.- and admiration   for  her  new  gown  and  herself,  and news value, that it  occupied a good part of the front page  ot the Universal on October* 16, the  account being printed in large type  and "featured" much as American  papers have recently been "featuring"  the   League of   Nations,  Loaf sugar must be a shiftless article  I r .fat?* g a basket of broken  botties~-you need  Stomach or bowel dls*������  order poisons the blood  end thus irritates tfao  rest of the body.  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M . ~>>t        U H ������  L������*!-!iLi������JL^  rV-040v4dT.i..m*' IV-M...I. minri.''  mmeemmm  ,'3B*a*?ig!g!!!ia^^  ������ii*i������ffl������*MWiliW������e������e)WWIt>iU**eii*!li!Wee������ w������ h������;;i  -..���������HiHWUMim.iii.mi iKliniiill.  mm ii ��������� n  Jr??^iff-ff SJ!.jy f^f!?^^"^^'i^^*^y^'WI^IN.^  ti.iil 1 il, tt.tjuljlrk,*' tUtU^til  ***m*mm-*m*m*tMMm^ 1_1  A ^s-W V9*-~*-l.m*S-x~  Aesanoing w  r*    .������__ f. ���������������  L6iisoisri:p uroef  Ottawa.���������The honorary advisory  council for scientific and industrial  research is taking steps to co-operate with the government air board in  the matter of research to solve the  problems of aerial navigation in Can-  ������������������a *-*| n. T It ��������������� ef*--       wr *m-Y\mr.xm       Viio      I-*.*-*-rtf*       ���������-n tr-fMi      xT.  "M-UUf ���������*-   mlXxD        (jVitlVlI tlU J Ast~t~.*jl it������j,*kv*.*        mmm  view   of   the   growing  importance   of  aviation in the Dominion.  Thc research council at its last  meeting made provision for 1920 for  forty bursaries, studentships and fellowships to be awarded to qualified  science research in connection with  the natural resources of Canada. The  council  has made a grant to Profes*-  To Resume Soviet  Esthonian   Delegates   Are   Returning  to Dorpat on Armistice  Question  Is   Included   Among   Thosc   Ending  With the Passing of the  .Old Year  Ottawa.���������At midnight, December  31, all orders-in-council passed and  enforced by virtue of the War Measures Act became ineffective, some  hundreds of orders being numbered  in those which are now no longer law.  Commenting on this, a member of the  Np&nHatlifiliQ I cabinet stated that, contrary to the  mterpretations of thc rescinding  orders-in-council which had been published, the ordcr-in-council relating to  censorship  is among those rescinded  anan JKsiicf^ to  IH'B-rsfl   ~~~-9       w-*i������Sg9������k ^S> sin ^0  -71  \x������  ���������SS������^b*a  MZ^kS.   H B *B jCfe.^Pffl  im\ m  -o  Reval.���������The     Esthonian  delegation j fro,1\ January 1, and only nine orders,  is returning to Dorpat to resume the j  Eleetririiv To  Smit-ri-aintm ^.foam  U1IVI 0i"il*m���������>      txAtLVAT-tn.  All Railway Terminals to Be Electri-  C-JS    !-.    ITm���������  UVU    *il       T -���������A3  UUVl r.       ������.XL\x\r  relating to trade and dealing with the  conference. It is reported that thc,'enem^ remain in" effect until the end  Bolshevik  arc  willing, to  establish   a!of 1-he forthcoming session of paring  neutral  zone   about     six   and  a   half jment-  passed  which  miles   wide  in   Soviet   territory,     but!     Thc  on^ orders-in-council  state that neither side shall be* allow--m*der t!,ft War Measures Act  cd  fortifications,  the  effect  of  which  is j  ��������� will remain  are:  Government control  f'T,"��������� -'T would be to break up the Esthonian s jof Pu1P and i-*aPcr>. suea.r- coal. and  ���������or Drury of Queens University for,_ ^ xw^ f���������t ������;tud-n-t������s oc the woo!- orders governing silver .coinage  the   investigation   of   a   suitable   slag  ^^o^red^^  tions   are  successful   the   example   of-*���������? and  internment of  aliens,     and  Esthonia  will   be   followed   by   other*the   ordcr   relati������S   to   thc   ^ar   Pur~  for smelting Canadian ores containing  vanadium which is for making steel.  A grant has also been made to investigate the nutritional diseases of  the fox, which are a very great i  handicap to the fox breeding Indus-j  try, not only for Prince Edward  Island, but for Nova Scotia, New  Brunswick and thc Western Provinces.  The council, it is said, has taken  action which will lead to an in vita-1 there to investigate prevailing  tion to the British association to  meet in Canada in 1923. Its last  meeting in Canada was in 1909 at  Winnipeg. Where the proposed meet-  Baltic  states,  although   French  influ-|chasinS commission  encc     may     have  the  effect  of  pre-!     Censorship- being   abolished  venting this.  vi  th  . the New Year, the censor's office will  ��������� be closed as soon as the business of  !that undertaking can be carried out..  XQt.^ iriTJ*\.  rsir.   a!   PfilOfl  *tm-fli--ua.i,i'im vi * vu.w  Unable to Grant Passports to Russia  London.���������The parliamentary    committee  of  the   trades  union  congress  applied for passports for a delegation  of the congress to visit Soviet Russia, ] Germany to Sign Protocol, and Allies  Will Hand Letter Agreeing to  Reduce Their Demands  Paris.���������Exchange of ratifications of  country  with  which  it had no diplo-  the   treaty   of ��������� Versailles   takes   place  London, Ont.���������D. B. Hanna, general manager of the Canadian National Railways, made the statement that  within a short time the terminals of  all railways in Canada will be electrified owing to thc advantages of  electricity over steam in the handling  of trains and cars in yards. Mr.  Hanna advocated an advance in  freight rates, because such rates in  Canada arc the cheapest "in Christendom or any other country."  He said it might be a year before  the Grand Trunk Railway comes into  the hands of the government, owing  to the prolongation of the negotiations.  conditions. The government replied that  it   could   not   grant   passports   to      a  ing wi!'. be held has not  Iccided,  but Ottawa is so far favored in the  proposal. Thc visit of from 400 to 500  scientific  men  of     Great  Britain     to  matic relations.  14.000 Shot in Three Months  Berne.���������Fourteen, thousand persons  were- shot   by   Bolsheviki   of   Russia  Canada's resources.  Canada will, it is felt, be of great as-  during the first three months of 1919,  sistance    in stimulating    interest    in j by order of th? extraordinary commit-  j tee at Moscow, according to an official  note  published  in  the  Bolsheviki  or-  1 v * *  gan  Isvestia of Moscow, says a  dis-  j patch received here.  leid ap Jeweller  Toronto Auto Bandits Made Daring  Raid on Store and Made  Clean Get-away  Toronto.���������Five     auto  bandits  held  up  and robbed  W.  J.  Watson  in  his  store on   King street west, and after  helping themselves to the most valuable jewelery, made a clean get-away.  A shot was fired at Watson as hc retired   hastily  to   a   room   in   thc   rear  She Thought Dre?s  Wouid Look Dyed  But   "Diamond' '��������� Dyes"'1 Turned   Her  Faded, Old;, Shabby Apparel  'Into   New  Don't .worry about  perfect results.  Use "Diamond  Dyes," guaranteed  to  give a new, rich, fadeless color to any  j fabric, whether it be wool, si'k, linen,  of the store.   A policeman made chase i^   or   mixed   ROodSi   ���������  dresscs>  as the bandits were leaving the build-, b,ouses stockineS( - skirts, children's  ing but only succeeded in forcing the | coats> feat^ drapcries> coverings-  robbers to drop three small trays of j everytllinp.  this week at the Quai d'Orsay, Baron  Von Lersner, head of the German  delegation, and Paul Dutasta, seere--  tary of thc peace- conference, settled  all points in connection with*- the signature, except that relating to naval  material which, it is expected, will-be  solved  shortly.  The Germans will sign the protocol, and at the same tifne the allies  will hand a letter to them agreeing  to return part of the total available  tonnage, if it has been over-estimated,  or Germany is gravely menaced economically. In any case, after the signature, the a'lies will get-242.000 tons  of material and the balance based upon.the report of experts, who are now  checking up at Danzig, Hamburg and  Bremen. The British Premier, Lloyd  ���������George, will be present at the ceremony, which will be carried on without any display.    Diplomatic relations  Hungary Wants Territory Returned  Vienna.���������The Hungarian government will make a fight when its peace  delegation go to Paris for the restoration of some of the territory taken  away from it. Count Apponyi, who  heads the delegation, indicated that  line of procedure.  London.���������It was learned from Jap-  2.*** ������*!���������*���������       ������/M������l*/������*������e      ���������������������������������������       T    J~L~m A*~vmx       *lt<-������4>     mxm.     A^.  cision has yet been reached between  Japan and the United States regarding the future policy to be carried  out in Siberia consequent upon Admiral Kolchak's retreat. The -eis-sy*  of the Japanese government, it wa������  asserted, have been fully communicated to the Washington government,  and the British government has besa  notified that pourparlers have begun.  Japan, it was said, was determined  to arrest the blows of Bolshevism  toward Japan, and must, therefore,  review the whole situation in Siberia.  She is prepared, if necessary, to increase her force in Siberia, but will  act only in co-operation with her  allies.  It was also said that all arrangements had been concluded between  the British, French and Japanese governments for the repatriation of tha  Czecho-Slovak troops concentrated  near Vladivostok.  ���������MKur ur n~~  CHILD'S LAXATIVE  Lock at tongue!  Remove poisons from little stomach,  liver and bowels  t^CS,  jewellery valued at $200.  Precautions to Defend Gen. 'French  Dublin. ��������� Barbed wire entanglements are being constructed around  thc vice-regal lodge and also outside  tbe town clerk's office in the city hall,  which overlooks thc chief secretary's  office in the castle. , It is assumed  that the latter barricade is being erected to prevent the possibility of an  attack upon thc castle from the city  hall.  with  Germany will  be resumed     the  following     day,    when    the     orench  Charge   d'Affaires   will   go   to   Berlin  and French consuls will resume their  ,,    , ,. ,    , posts,  age   tells  how  to  diamond  dye  over-     AlHcd tfoops win procccd on janu.  ary  12 to the  territories  which  must  The Direction Book with each pack-  RHEUMATIC PEOPLE  any color,  To match any material, have dealer  show you "Diamond Dye" Color  Card.  Made Demand For  Fcr Former Emperor  Request for Extradition Was Sent to  Holland During the Summer  Washington.���������Through official information, not heretofore available,  it has been learned that last summer  when an apparently reliable report  came from Holland that the former  German crop prince had escaped from  his island of Internment at Wieringen,  the supreme council precipitately demanded that former Emperor William bc turned over to the entente  powers. The demand was embodied  in a note sent to the Dutch government.  The reply of the Dutch government  was a polite statement that the report of the escape of the crown prince  was erroneous and that every precaution was being taken to prevent such  an issue. The information available  is that there was no attempt by tha  Dutch to answer the demand otherwise, so that the probable action of  The Hague -authorities in case such  a demand is pressed can only be inferred.  How Ktisis Shelled Rheims  be evacuated by     the     Germans or  where  plebiscites are to be held. It  is   estimated   that   100   trains  will be  needed for this purpose.  Can Only Find Relief By Enriching  the Blood  Rheumatism is a disorder of thc  blood. It attacks people when thc  blood is overcharged with acid and  impurities, thus setting up inilamnia-  tion in the muscles and joints. Wet  weather or cold weather of autumn  may start thc tortures of rheumatism,  but is not thc cause. The cause is in  the blood and thc blood only. Victims  of this  malady  have every  reason  to  Cathedral    Was    Bombarded     After  Saxons   Had   Occupied  City  Berlin. ��������� Rheims    Cathedral    was  damaged by German shell fire the first  time on  September 4,  1914, when  thc  Prussian  Guard bombarded  the     city  for two hours, even after   it had been  occupied      an   entire     day   by   Saxon  troops, according to Licut.-Gcn.  Baron   Von   Hansen,  then  commander  of  thc  Saxon   third  army,   who  has just  published   reminiscences   of   thc   first  battle of thc  Marne.  The revelations ot Baron Vou Hansen arc prefaced by a statement which  declares that while thc Germans have  fear the first dull ache in the limbs j oj:c" searching helplessly for the guilt  and joints, followed by sharp pains j of those who started thc war, an en-  through thc flesh and muscles^ these | tire year has passed in which no at-  art- the> e;ynmtnnm of poison in the e  blood    which    may   shortly leave the  Nasty Tkoat Droppings  CalarrLal Discharges  %xm  Quckly  Cured  victim painracked and helpless,  There is onlv onr vvav tn cure rheumatism, and that is through the blood.  Liniments, hot applications and rubbing may give temporary case, but  cannot possibly root the trouble out  of th<- -system. That can onlv be  done- by the rich, red blood which Dr.  Williams'   Pink   Pills     actually   make.  terntpi uas in-i-ii mane io esiannsn the  responsibility for thc bombardment of  the cathedral city. He explodes the  theory ot tlie military leaders who declared the firing on Uheiins was'forc-  ed by military necessity, in view of  thf* fact Ihat lhc French were said to  have used liir lowers ol itic cathedral  for   observation   purposes   and      cui-  This new blood driven out the poison- | placements  for gunn.  ou*. .u-ii!:. and impuriti*. *., and thc -licit  * r ..       .   t  thi������*.  nainlul  mnladv. beirin  f^lTI*    f veil 11  vAiiinr, > v>iii m If i������jila> b> tlu lHiC of  Dr. Williams' Pink l'ills, and ner how  noon the pains and stiffness of the  ���������joints fade away, K-aviny?. behind new  energy  .-ind  new  health.  You can act Lu. v Vii ii.i in-a' Fink  ['ill.i Loin any i.K.li. ii;c i!c;'dci, or by  mail   ut   ."iO cents a  box,  or aix  boxes  -rx,-     i  >   <-,.!  klc(lie:inc Co.,  brockville, Out.  Winnipeg'-e \~\*j building Vermitu  Vv-.nni;]*���������*;���������;���������    t'uil*ltt*i������   permitr.     since  January   1   aggregated  S2.9M.000.     or  ���������tUn? lW\n     ~rtr .1       I-      entei       ������. .     -  .  ^ ���������, ..       ..        ....- ������...-,  ,  -  t.4,        ., VV.!.,  Iruiiecel (loin lhc tnuUliilK iee .s|n i ie>>'������  dep-inment. December permits Totalled  it144.P(iO  Accept "California" Syrup of Figs  only���������Look for the name California  on the package, then you are sure  your child is having the best and most  harmless laxative or physic for the  little stomach, liver and bowels.  Children love its delicious fruity taste.  Full directions for child's dose on  each bottle.    Give it without  fear.  Mothcrl You must say "California."  Ye!!ow Sugar 1  Kow Available  11  -rimtrnzz  Doctors recommend Catarrhozone;  il is nature's own  rurc. It drives out  the germs, heals  ���������fOYc, spots, cleans  nvvay every vestige  nf  Catarrhal  taint.  You scnel the  ��������� oothing vapors of  the  pine  woods,  the  I ev.'h(***> I.    bulnalieS    ;eiul  healing essentials,  right to thc cruise of  your cold by inhaling Catarrhozone.  Little drops of wonderful curative power are diisl rihutrcd  through the whole  Inv.alhing apparatus  hy the. air you  breathe. Like a r.ii  racle, that's how Ca-  tarrhnxone ruren  hronchilis, catarrh,  robin and irritable  throat. Vou f.iniplv  breathe its healing  fumes, and every  trace of disease flcea  lis  before   fiic.  Viscount Grey Leaves  U. S. For Liverpool  Completes Three  Months of Service  as British Ambassador at  Washington  Washington. ��������� Completing thr**  months of sen-ice in Washington a������  British ambassador to the United  States, Viscount Edward Grey left (or  New York, from which port he sails  on  thc  Aquitania  for  Liverpool.  While no official announcement has  been made cither here or in London,  it is expected that after Viscount  Gre-y has reported on the work yet to  be done by the British representative  here, a successor will bc promptly  named. Pending the arrival here of  an accredited ambassador, Ronald C.  Lindsay, counsellor, will be in cbarg*  of the embassy.  ttH0tm*x+m4f+t-***$���������.*+**{  ���������-���������������������������-������������������^���������������''*-������*->-4-^-������-���������������-���������������������������������-���������<  \-{Wm  ran   hip   it.  to     relieve,  HI   I  ,(',!   I   .,  no    iiive'  doctors  If the   People of   Canada Want   It,  They Will Have to Make  Application  Ottawa.���������If   thc   people   of  Canada  want a certain  large quantity of yellow  sugar  which  is  available for use  in   thc   Dominion,   thcy   will   have   to  ask for it, according to a notice which  it is understood is to be sent  out  by  thc      Canadian      trade      commission  through   various  channels.     There   is,  it is said, a large quantity of  yellow  sugar available in  Canada, but at  the  present   time  there appears  to  be   no  takers,   and   this   sugar   is   not   being  ordered  from  the refiners and vvholc-  b'llcis,  in   whose hands it  is lying.  If thc Canadian people do not want  yellow Btigar, it will help build up an    e������-*..������-������~*~������..������...........������.........  export   trade,   and   thc   supplies   now        llospnal  records    show     thateveiy  available will be released to buyers in   time   vou   rut   n  corn   von  invite  le^rlr-  othcr    countries, who    ore anxiously   i:uv  ot  blood  poisort    wMrh  jo  need-  . .        . less, savs a C. in chin all authority,  who  aeelcnig   it. ,���������,,,   ,, .���������   ,h.y,   f   ru-\rfr-   oi-r-re   nf   ft    drug  called   freezone   can  be  obtained  German  Battlo   Losnea nt little cost from the- d-n������ more, but  Berlin. ��������� Official     ttatistks    madei'* ���������uffirirnt to rid one's feet  of every  , .. , . ������ ,     j~ I Siarel    ������>���������    ���������fc.'U    Coi el    o������    t.l������iu������.  r-i-iil-elir   f,1-i������-������.   tier   nneiihiT   d.4     i .frnni ������i������ I       .... . - . .  h.i-     '   ���������'            ��������� -       '        '     ' ' "  Hurrah!   HowfsThis  Cincinnati  authority says corns  ary up and  lift out  with   finger*.  .e.���������i^i   i���������   ...  prenerihe  It,  no  ben-  it.Mr. ...im. 0 - .. ii*. .*- X  priuon camps.  1 V ������ 1*1-1,11 i  W.  N.  V.  'no   person   ean   ���������(Tord   ������o   do   wlthnut  CntarrhoTone.     t"*rd   In   thousands   of  i-.tHcn   without   f������ ilu re..     Coi.iplc l<-   e.ni-  ' lit   SI.00,   Inntf.   three   monthii.   niid   i������j  I Riiaraiiteed   to  cure;   ���������mailer   *i\~c   50c.  I.i\     llr*:i ir] N       r)t|      III*,     ���������. .u I.i I I II I ������'.rr ������ III <r-l     r.    i,  I Kiuginioi),   Out.  .{���������rilled in battle at 1.5,'K).'H)(!.    Th-*Ee fi<������- j ������, .,,r.nrr ,-,., -,  ���������������,.���������,-',.���������-   -ic\t.\**,������ r *���������**���������** r*-r\  ures do not include ihoiic who died in j sorci.r;--.  i.% in*.t.iutl*y   n-lirvrd.     Short-  llv   thr   entire   corn   enn   be   lifted   out,  I ���������      11        ���������. i       . ���������  Iiofie      ..nil     .������������������������.     *.*. ���������. I ��������� i' ���������' i      | .ni 11.  Thi**!   driiir   >���������*   ������tirkv.   but   drleg   ~t  once *i������������d  in  cl.iimed to  iu^i  ���������jhrtvcl up  f   Mrllll 1'e/i  ..        L, l'  i* r������������������*-���������. ne \-   the  Prince Sttirtii New Tour March I  London.��������� Thc.      Vriiic.      of      W...  ���������������e.Mit> lii>  jviiil nc.*/   lo  ������<v v.   i.i ���������!..nv'  Aoitrnlin   nnrl   l������ieli:i   nn   March   1.  (will he u-'.';iy until ������ ,'i: i-Mna-  ������i.  Art x..,.tlL*    X. I. U   I  li.::;.:.-.'.v.iy   cr   era  ������n e re-'Uiidi iii'   tift-mir*!      Af  He]  I (kill.  ..   I I r-       V. ������  I will be I'.h'd to Uieow  ol thi*.  ������fiW?^^ ammmmemm  THE  CBE8T0H  BEVIEW  KB.  If  K8i  l-,'.l'r  i      ATXiT0^X I  *-*w*������'*j&  *������  *a*^"**l  B-'-pv'-R-nk-ra-Sa I  a   -*0~x. <-xp&4%*d~jx  Ii. B. .Staples was a week-end business visitor at Nelson.  Wood For Sauj���������Dry or green, $6  per cord delivered, (\-cil Moore, Town.  O. W. Allan nuuiager of tbe Imperial Bunk, was. a week-end visitor with  friends in Nelson.  Janitor Wanted���������For Methodist  Church, Creston. State salary. Apply  Mrs. F. K. Smith.  The annual meeting of Creston Val  ley   Agricultural Association   will  be  More Bread - Better Bread  Creston, Jan. 20.  Another   00,000    pounds    of  Ogilvie's     Royal      Household  Flour  (the peer of  all flour.-),  with    its    kindred     products,  Bran  und   Shorts   (al s ilu tei y  pure stuff; is now on the wav.  The- Ogilvie Milling Co. is the  largest flour mill company on  the   British   North   American  continent, having a daily capacity of 19,000 barrels of flour.  They   employ   only  the   very  best    millers    (trained     from  youth).    They" haye  the most  scientific and up to the minute  labratory,   by    and     through  which  every car  of wheat  is  tested     before    being   milled.  Their  machinery is  tbe   most  perfect known to the skill and  genius of man and that is why  lhe  Ogilvie, flour  is eaten by  every nation that  travels the  Seven Seas, anel has therefore  proven it to he the best in the  west   by   test.     Enjoy   something reallv choiee.      Wait for  T, M. EDMONDSON'S bigc.-u-.  held on Friday night next in Speers'  Hall.  Wanted���������Live chicken  and ducks  Dong Barney, Pacific Restaurant,next  drugstore, Creston.  Vic. Mawson got back from Nelson  on Friday, where be had spent the  week on a business visit.  Foit Sale���������Useful, light bay mare,  for ranch; work single or double. $80.  Short of feed.     Chas. Moore, Creston.  Birth���������At Miss Candy's maternity  hospital, Creston, on Jan. loth, lo  Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wright of Lister,  a daughter.  Mrs. .1. W. Dow left on Wednesday  tor Stunuierland, where she will spned  a few weeks with her daughter, Mrs.  S. A. MacDonald.  Those who haxe booked up fur the  1920 pruning scuool are reminded that  the class will commence operations on  Tuesday, Feb. 3rd.  The eyening of Friday, Feb. Gth, is  booked    for    an    entertainment    and  J. K,  CDHtjRLT  teacher 0/=* violin ~.  vi6loncel.l.o  dance  in  the Parish  Hall  under the   Association has named him as a direc-  auspices of the Women's Institute and   tor of that organization,     The Honey  for the benefit of the G.W.V.A.  For Sale���������-Lots 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 in  Block 3, Dow Addition  to   owner,   Mrs.   Agnes    vvuson,   *s  Langside St., Winnipeg, Man.  J. H. Fubner spent a couple of days  IU   .t^C-j^O,,     LiH-c*   jatlrei      pill 1/    Ol    tiliyr     ������������ vlx!.-.,  acquiring working stock for the blacksmith shop he has opened here.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid announce their annual afternoon tea  and sale of home cooking for St. Valentine's Day, Saturday, Feb. Mtb.  For Sale���������By owner, good quarter  section wheat land in Southern Alberta, all fenced, reasonable price,  easy terms. T. J. Stanton, Creston,  B.C.  Wanted to Rent���������Five or ten acre  improved ranch, with house, for 1920.  Give full, particulars as to trees and  small fruits. Write Box 27, REVIEW  Office.  Producers succeeds the Kootenay Beekeepers' Association, of which he has  been a director for half a dozen years.  Make an offer  vv.,. *m I The honey output of the Valley tor  vv nson,   ".in. - - ���������*-  has been giving gilt edge satisfrotion,  and is a decided factor in making the  Peekin popular for gatherings of any  sort.  Terms on application.  Highest class tuition guaranteed.  anoTuning & Repairing  J. A. P. CROMPTON  Qualified Piano Tuner  Eight years experience.    Highest references.      Single, tuning. $4.       Two  tunings a year  fur,  ������J>I.  CLEANLINESS IS NEXT  x~~\j~-j  1*kT������?C?C?  To assist you in observing this excellent maxim insofar as your wearing apparel is concerned more particularly, we have pleasure in calling attention to a  splendid line of utensils that materially expedite washday labors.    Here they are:  Washing; Machines (Home and Maxwell  Folding Wash Benches.     ' Wringers  Wash Tubs.     Fibre Wash  Boards  Wire and Cotton Clothes Lines  Arm Clothes Line Heads.  Clothes Baskets  In these lines the market has   nothing better to  offer, and prices are right.  For Sale���������Jersey heifer, will freshen soon; one cultivator, part of barrel  of spray, one cutter, set double harness, quantity of plum crates. M.  McCarthy, Creston.  C. Olsen lost one of his milch cows  on Monday, when the wessbound passenger grazed it sufficiently forcibly to  break a hind leg, necessitating the  killing of the animal.  H. Chester, who has been in charge  of the telegraphic work at Creston  depot for the past year, has been  transferred to Cranbrook, where he  takes the position of night operator.  Valley hens are resuming operations  with their wonted vigor and as a  result strictly fresh eggs have come  down from 85 to 75 cents a eozen, and  another drop of a nickel is expected  any day.  Notice���������Having bought the Ding  laundry on Fourth St. (lot*, building  and furnishings complete), all parties  to whom Ding owes money up to Feb.  18, 1920, will collect same from Dong  Barney,  Pacific  Restanrant, Creston.  last year is placed at 8000 pounds.  A special meeting of Creston Board  of Trade is called for Monday night  for the purpose of deciding on going  in with Cranbrook aud other East  Kootenay towns in the issuing of a  tourist pamphlet "Seeing the Canadian Rockies. The new co-operative  library proposition will be taken up  and there will be a general discussion  of plans for 1920 board operations.  Although Friday night's weather-  was anything but the right sort to  coax people to an entertainment of  any sort, the Ladies' Guild of Christ  Church had quite a good turnout at  their Cinderella dance that evening,  for which the best of music was furnished by Mesdames Lister and Garland. Refreshments were disposed of  at 10 cents a plate, and the Guild  treasury was enlarged a matter of $34  on the affair.  Saturday, Jan, 24  Harry F. Morey  IN  riggfiiiig yssisiif  A  reformer who  Jas. Compton got back on Monday  from Vernon, where be had heen at*  tending the annual meeting of the  B. C. Fruit Growers Association. -He  was again  unanimously chosen as the  Hardware & Furniture Supply  M. ./. BOYD Company Manager  Have You  tried our  it's   from    R.    I-Yame's  P.jik'-ry.i 'niiibrook, -md  is  ;ihv;jvs   fresh.  OI'KN  AT AU,  IIOMfS   ut  A   complete  line eif   ...  Confectionery  Tobaccos  Cigars  Pipes  If yeni need anything in  tin- Mimical Instrn-  ine'iii lino it, will  pay you te������ see ine  liei'ore buying.  FHRF.M A ISPS  M. ���������x-^d'     XL   JX-  m  / JL    T   M.J.       3m. X        T -m^  Si  )\V  UK  I mv  i. n lie. I ;im! niii   in  to  h;i  i:iv<  >'  !< >;  I A  A  ir ( .ar  notivr  overyear.  v*. or!*.- n t:i n  ivoofcenay director-Ci the organization.  Parents interested are reriiinded that  pupils of the full'-school age of six  years will be received at tbe primary  room of the Creston school for the first  two weeks o'f February only. After  that no more will be accepted until  September.  Rev. C. S. Eby took the seryice. At  the Methodist Church on Sunday  night. Word from the hospital ifc  that Rev. G. H. Hamilton is coming  along nicely, though he may have to  undergo another operation before being discharged.  Tbe latest commodity to follow the  other necessities of life is coal oil.  After maintaining a price of 40 cental  a gallon for at least six years last  week saw it go to 45 cents, due to  approximately the same, boost in pi-ice  by tlie wholesalers.  The second of the series of Creston  Concert Orchestra concerts is announced for Tuesday, Feb. 3rd. The numbers to be psesented throughout, will  be of a popular nature, and popular  prices of admission will prevail. Complete particulars next week.  Twenty members were enrolled at  the organixat.ion meeting of tbe United Farmere on Satuidny night, which  was well attended. A canvass of the  Valley is now in progress at tbe conclusion of which officers will be elected and other organization details completed.  Reports submitted ut the Christ  Church annual meeting on Monday  night, showed 1020 lo have been an  equally successful year uh contrasted  with a half dozen of its immediate  predecessors. The Ladies' Guild had  :i banner ye-ar, thc e*n*ib intake* being  over $500.*  Manager I'exlgers of tbe IVekin theatre spent n couple of days the fore,  |>,iie en' the* week al, ('algeiiy, \v1icm-, be  hail lb<> moving picture Ui ins lilm a  mimliei' of the o(Trrhign be cont.em-  pilite'i.    In niU i������i|������    fin* this   ,m*.i.t.iIi s     use.  J. A. Lidgate got away on Monday  to Cajgary, Alta., where, be is attending the annual meeting of the United  Farmers' of Alberta, which convenes  in that city this week. Mr. Lhlgate  will convey board of trade-greetings  to the Alberta agriculturists 5n connection with. the large amount of  publicity Valley apples gol last year  when the U.F.A. refused to accept a  dozed boxes of them as a gift from thft  Creston board.  At a meeting of Creston Fruit  Growers' Union directors on Monday  afternoon the position of accountant  was awarded Alfred Spencer of Nelson, who has accepted the same. Mr.  Spencer is a Valley landowner, having  purchased the Hickey place at Canyon  about a year ago, He is a soa-in-law  of John Wood of Canyon City. Mr.  Spencer has had mnch experience at  bookkeeping and the appointment is  well received by the growers.  Mr. Atkinson of the Spraymotor Co.,  London, Ont., was here the latter part  of the week i n the interest^ of that  firm, and for whom Creston Fruit  Growers' Uuion aie sole agents -and  distributors in the Valley. With Mau-  ager Staples Mr. Atkinson made a  successful canvass of the Valley, disposing of almost a'cat-load of spray  pump engines, the smaller-size sprayers, as well as four power machines.  Three of the buyers of power sprayers  are Truscott Bros., Palmer Bros, and  D. Learmonth.  a city for love.  ������V Vi "��������� ie*"**"*. 0*rJ  SS 111 tJijyjyjx  See   Harry    Morey   in   " Fighting  Destiny."      We" consider   this  one   of   the   best    productions  we have eyer had.  PARTS  Ths Iron Test  GSMDY Always Good  i .11  ' )l !  I I i  I .  ll  il  .������ ,1.1  liim.  !������.    *.r II, ,1 II.  Uniteb Farmers���������A meeting to  elect officers for the branch of the  United Farmers which takes in the  Alice Siding, Creston aud Erickson  districts, will be held in Mercantile  Hall next Thursday night, Jan 20th,  at 8 o'clock. Business: Election of  officers, appointing delegates to the  convention at Victoria next month,  and the framing of resolutions to present thereat. New members desiring  to join may do so before the business  of the eyening is taken up.  Acclamations were the feature of  the board of trade election on Tuesday night, the only contest being for  the six places oti the. executive. Vice-  president Bevan declined the nomination for presidency urging that the  old officers be retained in yiew of the  unfinished business that the 1010 officials had well in hand and could the  more expeditiously handle. Thirty of  the forty members were out. for J the  annual. Tbe export trade statement  showed 1019 shipping in all lines to be  ovcr tbe half-million dollar mark,  TitANKH--Creston Branch G.W.V.A.  take this opportunity to express their  appreciation of the liberal patronage  extended them nt their whist, and  dunce on January 0t h, particularly to  till) ore:ilesi.ni wiiu e'eeinm.eei i,iii-ii' tier** i  ces; the Mercantile Co, who gave the  ball free; the hidir*.' of Christ Church  who loaned the card table's; fo R. B.  Staples for his good work as auction-  e'er, and to all others who in any way  helped to ninke the alVab the success  it, was. After meeting all expense's  $225 is available fo defray the cluh-  room I iirnisliingH di'bt,  ('<>it,K"i*(.-noN   -In    couneetioii    with  hist, week's report of tbe Fanners' In  e;e.,e(,    ...iim.il   Tin..    11 ���������.��������� v i\..\y    wiim    in  ill  .-dill in-.; that,  I hc mceliiig had  4CV2 fmn  Revolutions  Every Day  Do you realize that the  Balance Wheel of your  Watch makes 432,000  revolutions every day in  in the ye&r.  And the fittings are so delicate  that the 100th part of a  hair would interfere with  its performance.  The friction  from accumulating dirt,  lack  of oil,   etc..   destroy  tbete  fittings.    Do not let your watch  run   to  ruin   from    neglect, just  because it don't stop.  Remember our business is the c.-re of  watches, and our opinion  costs  you nothing.  J. V. ORR  Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing  Next door Mawson Bros.     CRESTON  Till*  \..  .1;  ��������������������������� H 0 H   s  **i M M h. , ������-"  -   -        r   ���������     f   >r-  i ,.-'x-������ *+i I  itimfm*    S-0���������401    >~t       tn   ���������  '-���������-  c;  .,   .j   .. ?.... ...      '?..   ' ::   :: r: ";���������',' '.'. r - *" ���������-* -*��������� >���������? ��������������� ������-*��������� ���������-������������������** *- h -  ('n|il. ('i mii'ilun exercised bis magis-  tei ml  iliilie*,., fiir the  lies!   time in  1020  ��������� in 'l tH'Nilav nn m niii|;, uhe'ii   pn<\ ineial  ��������� iiilii*.*   V.ii-l'i'ii   |,.-nl  M  | riivi-lliug   man >,i       11 oiilil*.  ��������� ie* I'i 'I ' ���������   I le*  I lie    in  i ;> j, I |*.*i I e*  i ill    a   l III I (r-1  'if   e.ii i yiiic   ini iixieant *     wit bout    lln  .,i  .. e*   ii,.  lights goingjouf.    Owing   to   temporary engine' trouble the lights went, olV.  but, the cliai i mini  was infornu-il  that  would   be  l���������"incdii'd   in   a  eeiilph     eif    minute*.       1'nH'rVl'l,  il'l    t he'  v*. ein   |n ,iil ii*, ell \    i*ei||i| !i*l e  lhe*  Jan. 24 to Jan, 31  Seldom is it that such an opr  partunitx, to save money on  mall}) staple goods is afforded  such as thc offerings listed below,   whibh are only part of  the czceplional Values  wc are  .r .������ ������.  uL/cie/'y   at   muny   utuci   mic.  during this sale.  Men's all-woo! Sweaters���������  Heg, price $12, now $10.50  Sweaters, reg. $ 7,50, now.. 0.1)5  Sweaters, " 11.25, ' .. 10.00  Sweaters.   *' 7.25,    "   .     0,50  Sweaters,   *' 0.00,    "   .     5.25  Men's Mackinaw Shirts  -  Reg. $7.50. to clear at     0.50  Men's Mackinaw Coals���������  Keg. $12.50, to clear at... 11.00  lTtider\vc������r,\Voo! <v Collon  ll-mrr      "J!'.*   i|    l.<i||t)       IWilV 'I  i\T\  Men's Mocks  org.  ioc. pair, naie ,i pair    I. Hi  These prices for Cash onl\).  .4 M  t".  VI.....TV   *i0������m  H    M       ll'.t       W    W>>r*|r   Sliv.,0  *w. .Mi M   le U W U  C' trF-  rrr-if-..  Wi'l i*  l.'VH*  I. ,  M111-  *   1 ���������  ,i,ll  e*. ll ill  ���������I*    ���������:\.-\f- 1  ll.e*     Keiiile'  ll  lie  I'm  ..I  p.  50  ���������   ���������I   Hi i������ ilil'll  I'l 'IlllllCel'll  liusine*  e'.lI,e 1 I'll 1.111 ur-*.iiuh   ti.  i.r,..    i,,.    ,,,.,.,,.,..  nie-ut, and iiifeii'iui-el the Ibe-alii'  ,,i.Ui;i;;i*ii:i'n1 lei neit hiiibi*c lin*miii-;  t lli-lil oil a|;aill. Willi the* ik'\. 10 h.p.  engine-    iiistalleel    lie*     lighl in|������   plant  im*\ i-r.   Sk  m\ fSk Hsjrxk. i  tiutiui  *x   .      .       I  -   ,  t:  I  Lu-iiui  %-mmsoBM


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