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The latest turnover is the  old John Crawford place of ten acres,  which is reported purchased by Andrew ^Anderson. Mr. Rhodes is at  present tenant em" the place. The  price was better than $1500, ^  i Early in the month the Groyer  Kifer place went into new hands, the'  buyer being J. T. Vance of Red Deer,  Alta., who arrived a few days ago  with his family and a car of effects,  and has taken possession. Grover in  tends to spend at least the winter  here, but may go .east in the spring.  Tnursday last saw the Canyon  school have the best attended and  certainly one of the most pleasing  Christmas holiday closing exercises in  the school's history, the teachers,  MiVses Corbett and Knott, having  trained   the children in a  number of   ll.-r.   ..|..rr   . i,     _���������     ._  i^ceiienu BeriieuuiuiiEi, ������,S i/iie pie (gift in tilt;  which foUmvs,indicates:  Chorus���������UlO Canada," by the school  Song, "Xmas. Bells"���������Evelyn Wea-  therhead.  Retitation���������Arvid Samuelson.  Qu&T't.ette,,sHoIy Night"-���������-4 girls.  Recitation���������Harry VanAckeran.  Recitation���������Jeffry Knott.  Chorus. "The First Noel."  Recitation���������Bob Clayton.  Christmas Acrostic���������Little Girls.  Action Song���������Little Boys.  Recitation���������r-Minnie Strong.  Sole)���������Signe Nelson.  Recitation���������Kenneth Davis.  Whistling.song���������Several boys.  Recitation���������Hannah Johnson.  Anthem.  Miss  Corbett got.  away on  Friday  Every household at Wynndel  had one or more representatives at  the schoolhouse on Friday night  for the closing exercises otthe term  which were followed by the/cus-'  tofhary dance. e The children's entertainment was easily the most  pretentious ever staged at the local  school, and every number was put  on in good style, while the schoolroom itself presented a gala appearance rigged out in "evergreens and  other   decorations. Mr.   Bathie  made a eapable chairman, the programme presented following:  v-JtiyiL uo yiy  rxix  uue  |/ii|_maS.  Recitation���������Fred Hagan.  Dialogue���������"The Plan  that Failed."  Solo���������Miss Butterfield.  Pr.II by a class of girls,  Recitatiem���������Herborg Andestad.  Recitation���������Stephen Benadetti.  Dialogue���������Christmas   with   Mother  Geiose.  Song���������Miss Andestad.  Recitation���������Oscar Ofner.  Drill by a class of boys.  Recitation���������Paul Ofner.  Dialogue���������Santa Claus, Junior.  Chorus by five girls.  Tableaux���������"Brittania."  Tableaux���������"Christmas Eye."  Chorus by all the pupils.  God Save the King.  While the children are deserving  of praise for the excellent way in  whieh they acquitted themselves  special mention is due the teacher,  Miss M. Sutherland, for the time  and ca,re bestowed in training the  youngsters.    Mention  is  also   due  fFor  The Review extends the  Hearty Wish that it be  A MERRY ONE  For the  m  that it be  ahAppyone  And may you share  to the  fullest extent in the assured  prosperity of the favored  Creston Valley.  Local and Personal  for   the   two   weeks' vacation, which   ,,������������������,,  she wiii spend in VaricDuyer, iurs- ������"tner^!!a   ana   some or the*  otlfe*vr laddies who5'iiefit to eonisid-er���������  .M.JES. A. IX.���������'.'P������.*biritp'- *tud���������* <laughiei?  who have been visiting with friends  in England, for a few months past.  ..returned on Thursday last, and are.  accompanied by her sister. Miss Coul-  thurst of London. Edgland.  New Year's  Masquerade - Novelty  JKL     ~\~-mmm-mi  Peekin Theatre  Prizes for the best Fancy  and GoBTisc Costumes  Special PH'/ok will also Im f*ivon,  4  Pictures During  <C������   \V  e-  giiavante'e-   t.ei  give von I, he-   best  OIIARLlU CHAPLIN Picture  you have1 ever seen.  able trouble in designing the costumes for those participating in the  drills. And a geod word must not  be witheld Messrs. W. Cooper, Carl  Carlson and Packman who were re  sponsible for the stage erected fur  the occasion.  At the end the end of the programme the children were each  presented with a generous supply  of nuts, oranges and other fruits,  after which the tioo;1 was cleared  and the elders enjoyed a few hours  dancing to excellent music supplied  by Mra. Sadler at the piano, and  her guest, Miss Stooke of Coleman,  Alta., on the violin.  The^Orchestra Concert  Special Attractions  A special preigram of attractions that  will  intere-st the oleler people1,  .���������!��������� we-11 .*'��������� the* yem!*.*���������; through  eait. tlu> evening.  1.1 IJ IJ ll If HI ?> Mj B     IIU U I! * ������ I! J? JJ U  (ieuiel   time'  guarantee-el   lei all.     Don't,  le't, anything keep you away.    It,  will be* tlie be'.sl anil lare'e'st  ehllie'e-   f if   t he' 'ii"Knn.  MUSIC 1IY  Rl. ��������� nt IU, Kb mm ok    n~ ���������<������.!.���������, a^ih������,  55!!??!!!! U! BBtiii lit laBIKiil! 21  eif    Meillll.'.-.    F>  I I",'.  Tlie best concert ottering Creston  Valley people have hud presented  them is, undoubtedly, the Creston  Concert Orchestra concert, which is  billed for Friday night at the Peekin theatre. The artists participating are so Favorably known that-  further mention of their ability  wonld bo su perilous. That tho  programme is*, equally attractive  will bc gleaned from a perusal of  the numbers to be presented, which  are or fr������llmv������ ���������  1  Selection���������(a)  By   the*  Birds anel the Brook.  Brook; (b)  Orchestra.  I   ���������������  ii.  2.  Song, 'celloY-hligiilo���������"Good Bye."  Capt, Crompton. *    _  I*.  Pianoforte solo���������LiebeHtrauin.  Mrs. Crompton.  Violin nolo���������Legend of the Rose.  Mrs. Lister.  Cello Solo���������Cradle Song.  .1. K. Chorlton.  Selection���������Told at Twilight.    Sell  ing (eeiwns in May Iii lie*,  Orchcst m.  song���������lle-iorc Vou Came.  Capt.   Cl'eempteill.  Pianoforte   Duet-- Wpaninh   Dance.  Mis. Oiirland anel  Mih. Croniptoii.  Violin :.nh*    Halu!.  D'Amour.  .Mi-.s. Liiitt-r.  '<'������*lle������ siilo The- Hrni'cM JUe-leielV.  A.  \\. <:horitoU.  Fire ci-ackers and a fine line of nox  candies at the Pacific Restaurant next  t-.hp" i-Jr'ftOfCl-.riTro   ���������'-���������.���������.       ~- -.r-rv��������� ������������������-��������� ������������������-.-.  R. R. -Prper-f>ife t^b^isiitess visitor at  Nelson a couple of days the latter  part of the week.  Miss Hunt, teacher of Division II.,  will, be with Victoria friends for the  Yuletide vacation,  Mrs. ,Tas. Cook was a yisitor with  Nelson friends a couple of days the  fore part of the week.  Chinese Lillies at 35c. a head, at the  Paeifia Restaurant, next the drugstore  Buy   early   as  the stock   is   limited.  Miss Jennie Nicholls, Avho is teaching at Flagstone, is spending the  Christmas yacation with her parents  here.  Miss Roy, teacher of the primary  room at Creston school, left on Saturday to spend the holidays with friends  in Spokane.  Bert Boffey, who has been a resident  at Bowden, Alta., for the last two  yei-i-H, h: back for ^l couple of weeks  visit with his mother here.  i-SSc������ Sitting  Mrs. McCoach and family, who have  been residents here for almost three  years back, got away the fore part of  the week for lone. Oregon, where they  will join Mr. McConch, and make  their home in future.  Mrs. Shaefer arrived this week from  San Francisco, Calif., and will spend  Christmas with her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Stace Smith.  Mr. McLean, who has had charge of  Alice Siding school since midsummer,  left on Sunday for his home at Pen-  hold, Alta., We understand he has  resigned his position, nnd the trustees  are on   the   lookout for a successor.  Morgan and Miss Bertha Peose arrived home on Saturday from Nelson  for the holiday season. They are attending business college in that city.  Mrs. Midford, sr., left on Friday for  Calgary, Alta., where she will visit for  a time with her daughter in that city.  Tom is spending Christmas with  friends in Spokane.  Cecil Moore has now a crew of eight  men at work on his logging contract  on the Palmer ranch, the lack of snow  making skidding operations ideal, and  already he has about 100,000 feet on  the piles. His contract calls for a  haul to the fiats at the Midford raneh  from where, with the adyent of high  water the logs will be towed to Wynndel. ..,,,,.:.':.  A notablei������gaie;.of Alice' Siding property was clo||p.v^he latter, part of the  week when :'?MsZ. W< A. Pease ranch  was nnrcha-s^^jby '-Leslie McMurtrie,  at a price tbRtpyiH compare favorably  with those qbtjijned on other properties -recently^SlsWd in : thes Valley.  There is 20 acres to the place, thirteen  to orchard, with some area set out to  berries and bush fruits. Mr. Pease  acquired the place a dozen years ago  in logged-off state and has equipped  it with a conifortablu house and fair  outbuildings. The owner gets possession of the place complete on May 1st.  Mr, Pease has not yet decided on any  new locution.  DeGm SGfao&B Report  Division I.���������G. P. Smith, Principal.  -Perfect attendance for term (77 days)  ���������Evelyn Bevan, Edith Cook, Robert  Moore, Ralph SwanBon.  Perfect attendance for December (15  days)���������Osborn Bell, Sidney Bell, Eye-  lyn Bevan, Louise Bevan, Edith Cook,  Charlie Holmes, Frank Maione, Robert     Moore,    Clara   Morrow,    Ralph  St....*..��������� ���������     Ti-v-v   -*lXTr.\xr.x^^      ���������"^.lor'-n-a -Vffjxt-i  vvtxLioviLj,   lyVd   ... duaccfc*    vXiatiJ'b   Vycu-  ster, Lena Dornbush.  Highest standing: Entrance���������Edith  Cook, Violet Morrow, Louise Bevan.  Fourth Reader���������Clara Morrow, Kuth  Swanson, Louise Romano.  Division II.���������F. Pearce, Teacher.  Perfect attendance���������Laura Boad way  Leslie Boffey, Ben Crawford, James  Cherrington, Keith Lidgate, Naomi  Porter, Annie Smith, Henry Webster,  Herbert Manuel, Albert Sherwood.  Highest standing: Senior Third���������  Edith Crawford, Donald Young, Ruby  Lister. Junior Third���������Laura Boadway, Ollie. Christie, Bertie Quist. Senior Second���������James Cherrington, Annie Smith, Ben Crawford.  Creston    District  Brass  Band  SIXTH ANNUAL  asaue  Mercantile  Creston  Hall  H.  10.  WsrinGsilav. M. 31  (md ���������'  1 inuring at 0 j>.ni.  rmZKK for l.ltt!  host   Ladies  l\       4   L. t\-\\  i"'     t    'net   IMUei  -   ��������� v   n   **'���������������������.  i *    '\d*i*'smm.*\^  llO.sl   ('()||li(!S.  ...I  i (  will'leiW   all e-l    I li  I.I.  S* I' 1 ���������' i ��������� I t r t, I        lite  lillLll.      Ore-he-  ..I..-  e 1>  ,tlM.  BooIq t1      I aiHoe ^(1f������  WUIli^/ T~>  * 0 tm.%* 00 k \A* %*        W-MUI  I' eil*     I hi'  theatre   aie-  wit li    the   |  I'Vi'lll.     :i 11    '-e-ii I 'i    ill    I he'  ii-si*rve(l,   at   75  e.entu,  Ian    at.    the-    iw.-it eill'iee-  ��������� t / \��������� -i    el    ti i-i *l> i .i-i V-,v  nvrl  I        V   .'   I   V    i   I V   .  ��������� i   I   <  ������  Smit.Vi  - JV0.A0 Xm*mXj  T3V);*-,K  *������������������'a **��������� xx jlvss ������*f  Davis. Ruth and Naomi Porter.  Recitation���������The Evergreen Club.  Teddy Staples, Ivan Staples,  Bob  Hetherington;    Charlie    Holmes.  Harry Smith,Fred and Ted Payne.  Recitation���������Ethel Peairs.  Song���������Away in a Manger.  By the School.  At the close Ivan Staples did the  Santa Claus honors in full regalia,  and each of the scholars received a  suitable Yuletide remembrance,  along with quite a generous supply  of, caudiees, nuts, fruit, etc.  Methodist S.S. Concert  M  I IIML  Thei'e might have been Voom for  the proverbial "one more"���������but  certainly not for two of them���������on  Monday night at the Methodist  church on the occasion of the annual Sunday school Christmas entertainment, and certainly none of  them went away disappointed as  the programme throughout was of  quite high order for juvenile talent,  and equally well presented. Miss  E. Smith, Mrs. Fred Smith and R.  B. Staples, who wore largely responsible for- Lhe training of the children and the selecting of the various numbers well flcservc the complimentary rot'erentTK made to the  concert, the? complete programme  of which follows:  Opening    chorus���������"VVhe-n   Christ ma*-*  comes Again"- Scheie>1.  Recitation���������The Christinas Spirit.  Nora, Payne'.  Recitation���������A ringer Play.  Frank Thacke-r.  Ue'cital ieui���������It. Shall TSfever !*ass Away  Clara  Morrow.  Concerted   re'iitatieui,   "Suing  Away  the   Deillie's"     N'iiim    I'avni'.   Ainii.'  Hmilrh,     Kelith   (Vawfeml.      Kelnu  Davi.s, Ruth anel Namni Porte-r.  Hong���������"Marching."  (ici-lie   Hoadway,  Ite-ivl   Nieheills,  Mary (ioodwin. Kvelyn lann. N������u--  11 im    I'l'r'iirs,    lie-nn   .Siiueiii,   L.'ini'ii  llollilcs.  RiMtitaliein    To All People'.  hleliia Nie-heilh.  I ti'e'il al ieui W'he'ii   < 'Ini 11 111.1--   ("nines  e, ,'lni e'iu:c SI a|i|i-^.  I'e'e'it.al.ieill       \\'ll'*ll      ( 111 i, I 11 l.l ���������     CnlH'  Around.     Kelilh Cr.iu t'einl.  h'liisvi-rs for ('Ini;! iii.i.st iil> .  Kva Iliilniei. <>iiu������' Davis, Milnii  Nie'li.'ll-s I.uu.i It,-uh-.'iy, I'ltir.  Meirreiw. \'i������>1*-t  Mn: i i>w.  I ieeil ,| I ie ill      Tlie      1 ie.lh I i I I e 1     Th.iW^ili.  INaniiii   I'eirii'i*.  Wee-ilnt inn liy l.auia llo.iel w  i v.  1 t'eiil il I ii mi       I ill i Iiii.i V '-.  IC lit ll   Penti'l.  IN'i-ilat inn     The  Me .  :l',;<- nf ( 'In i   I in.i ���������  l������'i'...|   l'i>'ii.-  Hei'itat ieui 1 >v < <e*l I ������ llile Id i.iel v\ ity.  ... . ,   i  ���������������'    ��������� i    <:_ <��������� ������  T * I *,    ('; '  Ppaf/in That-.ra  8.30 p.m.  lllll*!-. Neilil       PilVlie'  \ nn i'  J. K. CHORLTON  '(^llo  AIMS.  LISTER  Violin  AIRS, GARLAND  rieiiio  ASSISTKI>   11Y  Capt. .T. A. P. CROMPTON  Tenor  MliS. CROMPTON  Accompanist ������������������  A in������,'li Class  consisting of Jnslnintcnlal a nil  \'ocal Solos. Instrmncnial  I inctts and Trios.  r~:t   ouu:a   idaoircih   .-.It.  S������-at< on sale al  tlie* Postollici-  lTnilonlit-'<!iv lite one ('onccri  vent cannot all'otd to miss.  timm*-**?-*? ttt*M***94iii4m#Fmt&  ���������w-'i-wmi-i nn-*i" '  ���������mmm^m-^amm-~ms~mmMm pp^  PZ: ���������  Hem  ���������BsMMBMSyi .    _  rama  asm  RKVijUW, '   mflRTOtf/    5.'  tr  :'1  pr.  M)  Symptoms That I ell  of Biliousness  HOW TO PREVENT AND CURE  Are you dizzy?  Docs your he ad swim?  Docs everything- turn da-rk when  you   rise   after   stooping?  Arc you constantly suffering- from  headache?  Are.* vou short of breath    after  go-  ocated strokes of a small sur-pupip.  Guardian, trustee, master, owner of  four lovely girls who thought of him  with fear and awe���������it was an outrageous but an exhilarating idea. He  was conscious of a growing sense of I  authority, of a dignity of mastery and  firm proprietorship. Many men, he  thought to himself, might look upon  the whole matter as a stupendous  joke and acquit themselves of such an  office with an unworthy flippancy.  Thc look which lie turned upon Miss  Eiiiot was almost austere.  ''You needn't be afraiel," said he,  compressing his lips. "I'll lot 'em understand that there ain't: any nonsense  about me."  Miss  Elliot bit her lip, repressing a  1 _  Folks' Coughs,  Catarrh,   Bronchitis  Quickly   Cured  This TeUs of a Method Tha-  Cures Without Using  DmM.-~y-t-  I dents  would     honor  his     drafts  for  whatever sum he might require.  This interview did not fatigue Ruggles. On the contrary, it had a tonic  effect. He was possessed of a clear,  businesslike head for figures, and his  acument in seizing the details presented to him surprised both Pembroke and the Greek lawyer. The  latter had brought a list of Hamid  Pasha's holdings, which were widely  scattered and included sound securities in Russia, the Far East, Europe,  ins upstairs?  Is  vour tongue coated and  furred?  These svmploms give warning   that/ strong  desire  to  laugh.       She     read  >ur     system      needs     a     thorough   Ruggles as  though    thc workings of  your      sys  cleansing���������all poisons must be flushed out. The remedy is Dr. Hamilton's l'ills. Marked benefit immediately  follows  thcir  use.  These famous pills loosen thc bowels and stop constipation; thcy act on  the liver aud kidneys, make them  strong and vigorous.  This ensures health aud purity for  the blood and consequently thc whole  systcm benefits.  No other medicine tones and braces  like Dr. Hamilton's Pills; they at  once cure biliousness, headache, dizziness, poor color, coated tongue, and  all diseases arising through _ fault of  the stomach kidneys, or liver; try  them.  Results prove the merits of Dr.  Hamilton's  Pills, 25c per box.  00IXU  w  <Tk���������        _  uwii onoes  BY  HENRY G. ROWLAND  v  Copyrighted. Printed by special  arrangement  with  Thos. Allen,  Toronto.  J  (Continued.)  his honest mind had been thrown upon a screen by a cinematograph.  "That's what I count upon," she  managed to reply. "Now, in regard  to our plans, don't you think ifc might  bc a good idea for you to go to Paris,  as soon as you're able to travel, and  look up a house? Some big place  with a garden and surrounded by a  wall. Then you will need to buy a  motor-car���������a big limousine. You can  take Mustapha and the cook, Emilio.  As soon- as you get things settled, I  can follow with the girls and Sarah,  their old servant, and a maid, and  Selim, the dragoman. In that way we  shall be sure of having trusty arid devoted servants and ones who will not  gossip."  "That ain't a bad idea," said Ruggles. "I think I know of an old gentleman iu* Paris who wouldn't mind  giving mc some good advice���������a Mr.  Falconer. He's a retired English  clergyman and the salt of the earth.  Pembroke knows him well."  "The very person," said Miss Elliot. "No doubt hc may be able to  put you in touch with some Englishwoman oE good family and conncc- j  tions who wouid be willing to act as  the girls' social godmother���������for a sal-  ar3r,  of  course."  Rugglcs thought suddenly of Miss  Challand.  "I know thc very person, right  now," said he, "if she would be willing to do it."  During his convalescence Ruggles  had thought a good deal about Darthea and her aunt, and it seemed to  him   that  his  miraculous     change  of  Elderly people take cold easily. Unlike young folks, thcy recover slowly.  That is why so many people past  middle life  die  of pneumonia.  Cough Syrups seldom do much  good because they upset digestion.  Any doctor knows that a much more  effective treatment is "CATARRHOZONE," which heals and soothes the  irritated surfaces of the throat.  In using Catarrhozone you do not  take medicine into thc stomach���������you  simply breathe into the throat, nose  and lungs rich piney balsamic vapor,  so full of healing power that colds,  catarrh and bronchitis disappear almost instantly.  The germ-killing balsamic vapor  mixes with thc breath, descends  through the throat, down the bronchial tubes, and finally reaches the  deepest air cells iu the lungs. *\11  parts are soothed with rich, pure  medicinal essences, whereas with a  syrup thc affected parts could not be  reached and harm would result  through benumbing thc stomach with  drugs.  A Catarrhozone inhaler in your  pocket or purse enables you to stop  a cold with thc first sneeze. Large  size costs $1.00 and supplies treatment  for two months; small size, 50c : trial  size, 25c; all storekeepers and druggists, or The Catarrhozone Co., Kingston, Canada.  the United Kingdom,  Among the American investments in  the United States were stocks and  bonds of different railways, certain  industrials, and a considerable block  of the preferred stock of the Walk-  easy Shc> Company. Ruggles's eyes  lightened as hc looked at this item,  and affa' /s bega.n to seem more real  to him.  "I know all about that stuff," said  Ruggles to the benignant Mr. Kara-  popoulopoulous���������or sounds to that effect. "The company's, all right, but  darn poorly managed."  He looked at Pembroke and grinned. Pembroke roared, and Mr. K.,  etc., pushed back his shell-rimmed  spectacles and looked at them inquiringly from under his white bushy  brows. Hc* had always understood  that this security was a very sound  one.  Thc consultation left Ruggles with  his self-confidence marvelously ��������� restored. If the Turks wanted to grab  the palace, let them, grab it. What  could he do with it, anyhow? It had  always belonged to thc Turks, and  God knows they had been stripped  enough, poor fellows. Let it go to  thc tomb with Hamid Pasha and his  *f*rT*\*\ ������������������������ in fj       S*s-ii1 %x -t-m-xs*  (To   Be  Continued.)  Pointless conversation    bores    the  quickest.  Wash Out Your Pores  With Cuticura Soap  And have a cleat*, sweet, healthy akin with  little trouble and trilling expense. (Contrast this simple wholesome treatment  wv ith tiresome massaging and cthey lads.  On retiring stneaar the face with Cuticura  OiiitineHit on the end of the finger. ??ss?5 -  off in five minutes with Cudcura"Soap and  hot water, using plenty of soap, best applied with the hands which it softens  wonderfully, and continue bathing a few  moments.  Rinse with tepid water, dry gently anej  dust on a few.grains of Cuticura Talcum  irOwdcr, a delicate fSoCiiiaUiiij fraijra&Ce.   g  Soap, Ointment and Talcum sold every- 1  . where. I  ���������*I   guess   I 've   been   pven   enough   f d h       b     bring them  already to pay for all that I can ex ex      . w     h- h        K        He  ^      nQ  do,"   Ruggles     answered.       Say,  arc & ghoe der*     Re wag & mil_  these girls Turkish   or  what? Uonairc, and he felt that he had carn-  He looked at ^\ss..1E"l������* .,",tL? cd his wealth honorablv by devotion  sudden curiosity.    Until meeting her, -     ������ R  ed too long and tired you.    Forgive  "Oh, it's not that," said Ruggles,  rather weakly. "I just happened Jp  think of something that���������-that I've  never had the nerve to think about  before."  Vou want him good and healthy.  You want him big and strong.  Then give him a pure wool Jersey  Made by his friend. Bob Long.  Let him romp with all his vigor  He's the best boy in the land.  And he'll always be bright ar.ej  If ho wears ��������� Bob Long Brand.  m-Bob Leng.  mm0.0t"Q..0..0..8n0..0~0..0:0''00m:...0.*~9~0.iw..0..9~0..0*.0~0  t Works! Try  ij.  51  he had rather dreaded to let his mind  rest on his new and embarrassing responsibility, but this reluctance had  been dispelled within the last few-  minutes, 'to be replaced by an intense  interest and a not unpleasant excitement.  "One is Turkish. Her name is Bulbil!���������nightingale, you know. Then  there's Roxana, who comes from  Tiflis, in the -Caucasus. She's _ a  beauty ��������� tall, with blue eyes and a  grcat'manc of red-gold hair. She and  Bulbul are each twenty.    Thc next is  tory proved that many a great family had had it s origin in precisely  that way. Moreover, he was tlie  proud possessor of a Turkish decoration which his benefactor had procured for him and which conferred  the relative title of a knight in Ottoman   society.  In youth the human mind is able to  adap  of  CHAPTER XIV.  A polite and polished Greek lawyer,  with a name which suggested the undulations when one shakes the cud  of a rope, called upon Rugglcs and  offered him proof positive of much  that had seemed like the dream of a  hashheesh habitue. This ������lawyer's  card announcing him as the attorney  at Constantinople for a banking house  of which the name was respected the  world over Rugglcs affixed his modest signature to a number of very interesting documents, which . Pembroke, who hadr.brought the lawyer  over in his launch, assured him was  the correct thing for him to do. Pom-  Tells   how   to   loosen   a   sore-,   |  tender corn  so It lifts  ������ut without pain.  ipt   itself   to   an   unexpected   flood :brokef   and   the   lawyer    after   having  prosperity with wonderful  facility,   partaken of Turkish coffee aim cakes,  The tide of such an inundation is in-   a.e,part1?,a' 'eavinS with Ruggles :i con-  variably     tempered      to     a ���������   normal   stderable  treasure in   gold notes     lor  the son of an old friend of Hamid  Pasha, but ho was killed at Lulc  Bourga.-i. Rosa'.s a mischievous little  thine, pretty as she can be. She- reminds yon o: a Persian kitten. They  ,,re  P\   f-'iir  very  dear   girls,  though   T  about   Re.ixana.  v.'  K'i  A:  A-  ' I  tV.i'LriV.  the.    e,  -1"  pj.\\ *P,  Ri  and unexpected realization. No  youngster of romantic mind is ever  to bc greatly surprised at being suddenly presented with thc deed of a  castle in   Spain.  Ruggles, blessed with thc heart of a  child  was rapidly adapting himself to  ,,   ,i    .     1      .1 ���������  i -    the fulfilment of just such,  fancies as  all   that   s.il   thinlo,,jhad   oflen   ann,Red   h;s     m;nd   (iuring  periods of repose. It cannot bc said  that hc- was imaginative, but he possessed that happy faculty of fantasy  which is imagination in its infancy.  He seemed to havc swum backward  U4?iTti'-,t   the  tides of  thc  ages  to  thc  immediate .expenses   and   the   assur-  cc that the bank's Paris corrcspon-  ihor   three.     Vou   must   un  Mr.   kuggie,,s,   ihat   none   of  ." -A"--   ZcU-*-   fh'y.u-d   at'-'iin  iiiot's  f:��������� ���������--<-���������   lo he :;���������* o-uickly  ������������������'thai it  i  . i    v.".",'.  ...'���������,'.���������! i ���������������������������,  ;  V . ' I I 1 ! i < 11  '    ���������';,.���������  -el. ,1   h.  :' ���������:��������� y\' ���������  ���������r\y      RuggU:-;  nil Y<.rU," said  "���������e  cirl-     have  e   lie^rilehi! 'lOllS  lve  l;e-1 ti   e;u*e-  ''','���������   v.' >t   '. ieieju s-  !������������������       I'll'        -,il))l-       o'  .tve    ;'.\\ I'll    U'.-.-  : '-t\ y,   b*-  'ifficia!*:   or  | Thousand and One Nights.    Nothing I  ���������v->^   uo   longer  impossible���������not   even  Ruth--- .      .  But as tho thought of Ruth swept  ncros*-- his brain hc grew suddenly  faint and breathless. He leaned back  in  his chair and closed his eyes.  Miss  I l-lllie-it  noticed  with alarm thc sudden  j pallor of his face.  I     "There," said she, rising, "T'vc talk-  ���������Q.r������.^,������#^etweBMl*.^iiailr8WMaH#Mt.r8���������il.ftilftMgl>ftl*9wS������gwSMa^  Good news spreads rapid Iv and  druggists here are kept busy dispensing freezone, the ether discovery of a  Cincinnati man, which is said to lessen any corn so it lifts out with the  fingers.  Ask at any pharmacy for a auartrr  ounce of freezone, which will cost  very little, but is said to be sufficient  to rid one's feet of every hard or soft  You apply just a few drops von the  tender, aching, corn and instantly the  soreness i-S relieved, arid soon-the corn,  is so shrivelled that it lifts oufwith-  out pain. It is a sticky substance  which dries when applied and n<-ver  inflames or even irritates thc adjoining tissue.  This  discovery  will  prevent  thousands of deaths annually from lockjaw  and    infection   ..heretofore     resulting  from    the suicidal    habit of    cutting^  corns. '     ���������  BOYS*   PURE  WOOL  WORSTED JERSEYS  iMfiown from "Coast to Coa-tf/'f  FOR HARD WEAR. COMFORT  AND  SMART  APPEARANCE  5L G. LONG & CO. Limited  TORONTO     .     .    CANADA  - ���������     Look tor the Label  143  Women Are Indignant  Farmers Market Poultry  During  the  past   few  weeks  50,000  lbs. of live poultry have been handled  Strong  Feeling  in  England  Against ky the Moose Jaw Livestock Fee-ding  Immigration  Rules  Thc London Daily Express asserts  that there is a strong feeling being  manifested among women immigrants  going into Canada against the revised  regulations for stricter medical inspection and compulsory guardianship  by Canadian government conductresses.  Col. J. Ohcd-Smith stoutly defends  the regulations as boing entirely in  thc interests of both Canada and the  -  immigrants, and    says    the    Imperial  Co. a concern organized from ranchers and business men for the purpose  of finishing poorly fed stock coming  to market. A car has been built by  thc company especially for the shipping of poultry from outside points.  This is properly heated and gives  every protection to poultry in transit.  Do not -raffex  another Any with  1 to bin jf. BleeeV  In*?, or K'rotrud"  In-,- Piles. N'i  ���������jurcioal enpeip.  a tion   requirod.  government   is   fully   in   accord   with ' Dr,.Chano'e Olntmont will relieve yo������l at one*  _, . . i������el an eortiunly  euro you.   MOo. a box:  all  thc Canadian government in the mat-   de-nloi-n, or Kelnuninou, Baton St- Co., Limit eel.  ter.  Toronto.   Samplo box free if you montioii U*Ji  paper a*-** ouclouo So. stamp to pay ponUvse.  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I  WINNIPEG      SASKAIOON      EDMONTON      VANCOUVER     3  Ocean Route Between  JLXaiA.XJXtAjT- tXixxi.  Xi*   Vr  e=  The Vancouver'"Board of Trade  have received word that as soon as)  possible the Canadian government  will operate a steamship line between  Montreal, Halifax and British Columbia, through the Panama Canal.  HORSEMEN FOR 25 YEARS HAVE  RECOMMENDED  IIF YOUR DEALER WILL fioi  -.WPUf WiI������0N5llARNE33  IWRIT&TO US FOR prices delivered direct ���������        H  JDGblTTAKE ^ SUBSTITUTE "THE JUSTasGOOD  H5 hUSYERUPTOTHE HIGHGRAIJE- ARTICLE  ������e������.*������������ tit ������a <������.-  SCh  -af iJ.EX.l.'V D    xsj-x-tj-j-sxixj. 4~im.Sd    s-tyjX'XJTXJt KI JS IJ  for DISTEMPER, INFLUENZA, PINK EYE, COUGH or  COLD. Twenty-five years' use ?.monfj the best horsemen ia  America have given the COMPOUND an enviable record zs a  preventive and cure. A few drops daily wilt keep thc animal,  in condition and his system will ��������� resist disease. " Regular  doses prescribed will cures. Buy from your druggist.  SPOHN  MEDICAL  COMPANY.   GOSHEN. INDIANA.   U.S.A.  e/,u00L CHILD  Needs  OTTAWA  <&������S    Wtl-LIMCiTOtH   A?  "���������"SI  CANADA  irofit in Alfalfa Seed  ~tBE~~9r jaitazfjxatmfif*. i  j Am  \JJF^  5SBBBBSSB������������--f  One acre of land on the C. P. R.  demonstration farm at Brooks, Alta.,  produced Alfalfa seed to the value of  over $900 in two ycars.   Last year 893  pounds were produced and this year  ! 720    pounds    threshed off the  same  i  i acre.  r -m  saa  million brothers  .������������������tomorrow there'll be (mother  70 million. axsC the neart *3ayE  and the day niter!  ���������For tfatt ia the daily output  ~t matches ������t the Eddy factory.  B^.pim..*** ������*.������1t������*M t     Anrl mmtxiv rm.m ,  ..m rr ,. ..���������j,  ... ��������� l,i ��������� ���������.��������� .      ��������� ������������������������������������ .....   .,, ��������� . ..0  ll..f.Mf        ~mtl mttSm       ..mit     mrxX������-t���������r.^  tory. Becausm the? ere Use best  value, insist ass ������-������g������  Um K. B. EDDY CO��������� UttStmi, Hail. CxtsaAx  M-&^rs ef ths famous Ii~i~ral������dFibrevf-r.  Monsieur:  For IS days in the month of January I was  suffering with pain of rheumatism in the foot.  I tried all kinds of remedies but nothing did  me anv good. One person told tne about  MINARD'S LINIMENT; as soon as I tried  it the Sunday night,- the next rooming I >?as  feeling x-ery good; I tell you this remedy is  very good; I could give you a good certificate  any time that you would like to have one. If  any time I come to hear about any person  sick of rheumatism, I could tell them  about   tins   remedy.  ��������� Yours truly,  ERNEST LEVEILI.E.  216   Rue   Ontario   East,   Montreal.  Feb.   14,  1908.  When a man and a woman both  havc broken hearts the woman gets  all the sympathy.  Settlers From South  \  $100 Reward, $100  A party of settlers, numbering 25  from southern Texas, near the Gulf  of Mexico, have recently arrived in  Alberta xo take up land. They state  that they are merely the forerunners  of many farmers and ranchers ot the  south country, and that a large influx  can be expected in the spring.  Catarrh is a local,-diseases jp-eatly influenced  by constitutional conditions. It therefore requires constitutional treatment. - HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE is takeffl internally  and acts throuh the Blood on the Mucous  Surfaces of jhe System. HALL'S CA-  TAB.K.H MEuICIICE destroys the foundation of the disease, gives the patient strength  by improving the general health and assists  nature in doing its work. $100.00 for any  case of Catarrh that HALL'S CATARRH  MEDICINE   fails  to  cure.  Druggists 75c.    Testimonials free.  X-. J.   Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.  Rich, Red Blood to Regain  Health 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  of nervousness or weak blood. They  are almost sure to fall victims of St.  Vitus dance, or drift into debility  that leads to other troubles. Regular meals outdoor exercise and plenty of sleep are necessary to combat  the nervous wear of school life. But  it is still more important that par-  ents^hould pay strict attention to  the school child's blood supply. Keep  this rich and red by giving Dr. Williams' Pink Pills according to directions, and the boy or girl will bej  sturdy and fit for school. The value '  of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills in cases  of this kind is shown by the statement of Mrs. Pearl G. Harrington,  Kingsville, Ont., who says: :sl have  often felt that I should write you  and let you know what Dr. Williams'  Fink Piiis did for me. At the age  of thirteen I jwas afflicted with St.  Vitus dance. The trouble became so  severe that I 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 my mother to give  me Dr. Williams' Pink Piiis, which  she did, with the happiest results, as  the "pills completely cured me and 1  was again able to take up my studies  and attend school. Again about three  years ago I was attacked with nervous prostration and once more took  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and after  using five boxes \va������^-fully restored.  I cannot praise these pills too highly, as I 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^hild,  or take them yourself with equally  good results when you need a blood  tonic. These pills jare sold by, aU  dealers in medicine, or will be sent  by mail, post paid, at 50 cents a box.  Coal Mines Busy  Eight hundred thousand tons of  coal were handled by railway companies in Alberta during the months  of September and October this year.  At the present time between 500 and  1,000 tons are being shipped out daily  in excess of last year's output.  i j*m&~w>^fi  i^gjfSssJS^-^f       Mailed  W&? ZZ  America's Pioneer  Dog Remedies  BOOK   ON I  DOG    DISEASES      g  and  Kovr  to   Feed       g  Maiied     Free    to    anr  -esss   by   the  Author  AY   f.l.OVER  CO.,   INTC,  US    West    31st-street.  New   Vork.   U.S.A.  RAWfl  ii?X  "DANDERINE  wet & r tirtm t'**sm  S-tKxei.iJ  mmt   A  9.  U? x. t~~>  -rxxirnXm-m  Girls!  Have a mass of long9  thick, gleamy hair  I  IDC I   will   pay   highest  UllOmarket    Plices   fot  RAW   FURS   z~~   OINSEHG   ROOTf-  23   years  of   reliable  trad-ng.  Relerence���������Union Sk. oi  Canada.  \Vnte   :or   Price   List   and   Tags  NCI I \/CD   220  St-  Fm1  St-  W*  . OlLVtn        Montreal,   P.Q.  M>ra  I  Wood's ������k6S2&ed!&9j  77s������ Great English IZcmtdp.  Tones and invigorates the vrhola  nervcu? system, makes new Bloo*3  iv, ������lei Veins, i-^tre~ 3~*****r*?-'*  Debility. Menial and Brain Wornt. JJCfpcn.  dettnf. Loss of Knerpy, Palpitation cf thm  Heart, Failing Zlemvm. Vxie~ SI per fcox. sia  for ������5. _ *  ������5o"ldb>all  druggists or mailed in plain pKg. on recptpt of  price. Ji'ixn prmphlrtmailed free. TKE V/OOEB  reE&eCiftE CO.,T0B0HT0,0HT. tFiJairfltfl***!������**J>  Let "Danderine" save your nair snu  double its beauty. You can have lots  of long, thick, strong, lustrous hair.  Don't let it stay lifeless, thin, scrag-  gly or fading. Bring back its color,  vigor and vitality.  Get a 35-cent bottle of delightful  "Danderine" at any drug or toilet  counter to freshen your scalp; check  dandruff and falling hair.    Your hair  mmmntAr*       -t-Xxi t~        -r- *��������� X xxX 11 1 ���������*-*��������� ffn(Y       trt������I/������ +Tl -f������ Tl        t V C  41-WOUeS        ~XXX*~*        I3*,1IIIUIUI.UI^ vVl**V|,        *.m0-,mm       ;--'  life, color, brightness and abundance  will return���������Hurry!  No man can have too much good  breeding and no woman can have too  much affection.  ���������WITHOUT PTJKB BLOOD HEAVTH TS 1MPOSSTBI.B  BLOOD  JMED1CIKE  ERArN aWX*  NEBVE FOOD  Trial Bottle either Remeely Si., leadiiifr Cnpioui* ae  VETARH  Trial Bottle eSHlier Remeely i.... r    ���������  yetareoBeme<r.a8Co.,Go������pelPak.?������ ff e Lonrtun, Bny{  HALF t\ CENTURY REPUTATIOH.  SJh.LE GLeLKG S-LwciRiK DMfeYS  ln?a!t:sh!c for d;-,ci������.-s nf th6������6 imporUini orpanj.  Gravel. I'ains in th* Baok, ficut. Ithpiims-Ustn Prloa  Se.. le-adinir Che*mi������f! i*t n, LB TEKC MSP CO.  UAVEBSINOCK BD.. N.W.6.  LONDON. ENQLAVr������  ���������"*���������.- ' "       ' ..-.-Mm  SVX*~JL\lLr  1  Pay  your out of town accounts  by   Domia������  ion   Express*   Money    Orders. Five   dollars  costs   thi-r-c-   verrs  4   X, 1ILO  *r,~.**     4xr\rr.T\t &vr.  .C.l   dP      X.XJ ..t^l.xrrm  lx \S I.U1U5  ion  quicker than marrying a man to  reform him.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, ������c.  or  six  boxes   for $2.50,  by   The  Dr.  Williams*   Medicine  Ont.  Co.,  Brockville,  For. Colds or Influenza  and as a Preventative, take LAXATIVE  BROMO QUININE Tablets. Look for  E.W. GROVE'S signature on the box. 30c,  Ungratefulness is one oi  cit  traits  of humanity.  the   iiieail-  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Even after slates were invented  people continued to multipb"- on the  earth.  Tattoo artists in London have been  busy since the armistice. One soldier  has had the names of all the battles  in which, he participated indelibly  written on his arm. It was a rather  long job, for lie had been through the  war from the start in 1914.  Jack: "What's chaos, Tommy?"  Tommy: "Chaos?      Oh���������er���������yes���������  chaos is a great heap o������ nothing and  nowhere to put it."  if one be troubled with corns and  warts, he will find in Holloway's Corn  Cure an application that will entirely  relieve  suffering.  Furs to the value of $150,000 have  been landed at Victoria from the  Hudson Bay trading post at Herschell  Island.  THE AGONIES OF HADES  The man who can't stand prosperity will find it harder to stand adversity.  Persistent Asthma,���������A most distressing characteristic of this debilitating disease is the persistence with  which recurring attacks come to sap  away strength and leave the sufferer  in a state of almost continual exhaustion. No wiser precaution can be taken than that of keeping at hand ft  supply of Dr. J. D. Keiiogg's Asthma  T? 4X xXx r\A-*tm        -f-O-ert- /M1 ������*I *> ef������        -f V. A        *^lOS*"        TJCtCtT^  remedy    for eradicating    the disease  from the  tender air passages.  Stop the Cough.���������Coughing is caused by irritation in the respiratory  passages and is the effort to dislodge  obstructions that come from inflammation of the mucous membrane.  Treatment with Dr. Thomas' Eclec-  tric Oil will allay the inflammation  and in consequence thc cough will  cease. Try it, and you will use no  other preparation for a cold.  Aren't supposed to be worse than.  a bad corn. For ycars the standard  remedy has been Putnam's Corn Extractor. It painlessly removes the  worst corn in 24 hours; try Putnam's  Extractor, 25c at all dealers.  Turning Stock   .  Ranch to Farms  It is said that every man has his  price ��������� yet lots of men give themselves away.  Too many mistake tlfelr faults for  misfortune.  A polite bachelor always gives up  his seat in a crowded street car to a  widow of long standing.  Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days  Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Protru-iing Piles. Stops Irritation;  Soothe33 and Heals. You ean get restful  sleep after the first application. Prico  60c.  Women who wear tight shoes hava  narrow soles.  It is the faithless person  who hiij  no faith in his  faitii.  ���������a-E-  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  "PAVCD"  JLT1H B���������!l  ADC  Not'Aspirin at All without thc "Bayer Cross"  Jar  w  Thi taffflo  "ITayer" on Aepirla !s | of "Bayer Table.U o[ A^ii-hi" x.Ucll  r.      St     ir���������~:4      4.77      r-r.S.S T>       ���������- 17,, Xt I .- r������1 ������   I   r r. _ t 4, J ~ -       0.~..x~      ,*'. ��������� r.) t - - ..       tr.-     C* - S J -  tdantlflen the only gonuino Aupirin,���������  %h* Aspirin pr<-������crib*f-el  by  jvliyuicUns  tor   ovor   iihtotoau   >w������ree.   aud   now  -HttniK* lu Canu-dai.  Alwayn buy au unbroken packngo  llcaelacho, Tootliuclin, Karachi), Nou������  riiljpw. Lumbago, itheuniatlaui, Netirl-  iin. Joint Painn, and Pain geincrally.  Tin boxeo of 12 tnblnltt cont but  a fow ceutB.   Larger "Bayer" packugn.  Tkcxo 1* *vnlf otx- Aui������Jrla->"Mayer"���������Yon mnst ������ay ''Iliiyefl-e*'  *.������n1������-lr- fa ��������������������������������������� tr������n-!������ inarlr   (r**rt**,e-t***l !n f'*-.t*������.*a>  cf Tsyi-r TTsr-afactHre of J/ov.ei-  tkoellciie-ldnatetr enr MalleyllcaeMel.    Winter, M \n  v������M   innwn  tii.it JVapirm  m������*������������ea i������������ye������t-  ^....^....i'tM.ll tt 1 '*���������,    i^i     ~..l.x    x'..t.   ,.,.'.J?..r    ~~~'...:l     '. ���������������. r . ��������� ��������� '. . > - ���������    ���������-.     ..���������"      i,,.,l,..,l   til     A0mj\4.    Owui,���������w/,  will ~m atamueiel wltU llielr Ke*n������ral truil* te.'.:'..  e'.... ��������� ii-.,r i*r,.e-.i"  A Large Block of Alberta Land  Changes Hands  An Alberta land deal involving the  sum of approximately $330,000, has  just been completed. This sum has  been paid by several farmers from the  eastern states for about 15,000 acres  of land in thc vicinity of Olds, about  75 miles north of Calgary.  This land has been used for the  fctst twenty ycars for ranch and grazing purposes, but it is one of the signs  ot the agricultural development of  Western Canada that the immense  cattle and horse ranches of olden days  are being gradually broken up aud  thc land turned to the raising of grain  auu   fie.;iu   Ciujia   ill   e-oiijuiiXiiuu       Willi  livestock and poultry.  It is understood that the new owners will start development work immediately ami will convert tiie property into a mixed farm. The land already cleared will be put into crop  and the rest of the holding!* will be  cleared. Livestock will be raised extensively, and if the racing game develops in Alberta it is probable that  thoroughbred horses will form a  branch ol tiie farm's activities.  Some tnilori: would make excellent  cavalrymen; thcy are natural born  chargers.  ���������*!$ ,  w,  N.  tr.  1294  <    ������<keep *il JSt'ok3 Access In Lite  BY Dlt. A. D. BADCOCK.  You can take your boy and out of hirn make anything you like II  you can got him under c������od self-discipline. All roads are open to the  man who is srrrmer nnd fit. TTnnlni R������rm took "o">* rmW���������the-,*--* -alf>H>  eided, stooped, hollow-chested youths���������and mado of them vigorous,  well-developed, well set-up and couragoous men. Tako tho right  tvay!   Train yourself and your children to tako proper excrcisa-  tflni.V   rne-WtV  Of  WOt*'**  eiTlfl   Vf������nrt   tbf������  n>������,-rfAryi   (>1r.r>������i Vr������t������ir<   4if\r.4r\v.  *rty't)\  k. -4 I -    ��������� - ���������      ^' L -     ^        ..*^     ��������� ^    S.  -- ������ *.-. - m   Td  x-m mm  . ~m      *~ 0   - S.-    rf       ���������      fc     "    - -���������*-.���������  tell you that anything from a common cold or headache to tho moat  ccriouo illncsa may result from tho absorption of poinons in tlio  intestines.  Tho first prinoiplo if? to keen trm ny^fnm ob-nn O-^on^ior-filly ������e������*  that tho boy or girl, au well na yourself, has an JnU-rnal bathi  It may bo with castor oil or a tiny pill of May-appla, aloin and jalap,  which iu sold by drugprista na Dr. I*ierco'fl Pleasant Pollt-is.  If a  cold   Rt,nrt.������ with   n. oonc-h   nnH   If  r*r������r*4i������-t-t    tlu>������e   ony-nn  \nr*~\  treatment for thin condition nhould bo taken. A well-known altop*  ativc extract which has boon on tho market Un ii ^iciit uiauy y<i*KieS4  nnd which has been highly recommended by thousands of users, ia  Dr. I'ierco'n Golden Medical Discovery. Thia tonic compound U  composed of an extract ^f lootit und Iierbu, without alcohol, and haw t������  nootiiinp; effect upon tho rnticori'j rnernl-rnne, nllnyi" tho trritnt'on ivtk|  At l.lm H-iini" time works in lln- iirnn#-i* ������mel re.iHirmiiiiU "-.Yf-y, "t *,.}-/- r,?."t-  enf t.lie 1,i-nnb?e-*- ihe Ktntynated or nnivniuvl lil nnd Z- *P?\.  'ZZZ'^Z  ^HE  CBESTON  BEVIEW  v.%-  W'li  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C-  $ubscription : $2 a year in advance;  S2-50 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner'  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, DEC. '26  Some improvement  While 1918 is supposed to have  witnessed Canadians striving with  might aiid main to provide men  and other sinews of war, the Dominion blue book dealing with criminal statities for 1918 would  indicate that some considerable few  had a iittie spare time, and that  with his old time cunning Satan  found something for the aforesaid  ielle hands to do in more or less  satanic fashion. According to the  returns the mill of justice had bigger grists than ever to handle, the  showing in this detail was better  than in 1917 when there were 27,682  prosecutions of the sort. For the  3^ear the decrease in drunkenness  as revealed by the court records  was 25 per cent, as compared with  the year previous. The statistics  prepared also   show that since 1914  -������������������ *  *- fix yx-mttx       l-> tx *Tt      V\ A/tvi     ex      y~l J~*rxv������ql _  UliCl VZ      IJeULO      UCCU     CXJ    UCvl Cao  e*-w*P   ������x-x.   xr\t������m  \S1    \J"~m    |jv.������.  ��������� r*   * ������������������*���������.*���������** r*.  number ot indictable onences grow-  i ������1 4-m     4-���������*���������������/>> %vi������      1Q   P-k^lQ  llic*      ~4\\sxx\X      m*-*SmUr'jmj  1Q17  A-XSJ-   ������   0.  i-,rv 01  aia  in 1918, while on what are known  as summary convictions the jump  was from 98,452 to 105,899. And  although Canada was hone dry for  the most part of that time it is surprising to learn that 21 026 overindulged in something stronger  than two per cent, to such an extent as to be haled before the beak  as common drunks.     However, the  ceut. in prosecutions for breaches  of the liquor laws, with British  Columbia leading all the provinces  with a 92 per cent, decrease.  December Trustees Meeting  School board met on December 15th.  Present, Trustees Jackson and Cherrington. Minutes of preyious meeting  were read and adopted.  Letter from board of investigation,  water rights branch, Victoria, read,  <md secretary instructed to acknowledge receiving same. Letter, from  B.C. Trustees' Association read, and  it was decided t������s forward the membership fee of $2.  The following accounts were ordered  paid: H. S. McCreath, $18.17: Mr.  Fisher, $19; Creston Auto & Supply,  $15; Creston Mercantile Co., $7.35;  rent of Parish Hall, $40; Insurance,  $60; F. Lewis, $60.  Jackson���������Cherrington���������That secretary be authorized to purchase new  flag for school.���������Carried.  Revelstocke Methodists rang the bell  at $451 at their annual bazaar last  Week.  Vernon Anglicans had to bring an  expert from Winnipeg to tune their  church organ last week.  $160 is all the Kaslo Methodist could  coax out of the patrons of the annual  church bazaar this year,  678 persons are entitled to vote at  Cranbrook for mayor and eldermen  next month, according to the last revised voters list.  Greenwood had it 28 below zero  this month, and the ice harvest is now  in full swing. The frozen fluid is  about 18 inches thick.  Dnring the cold snap in the middle  of the month when Grand Forks had  it 25 below zero, it was necessary to  hire an extra stoker to keep the  schools in that city properly heated.  While Penticton en3oys a robust  growth in its school population there  appears to be some decline . in the  quantity of adults resident there.  On the latest voters list there is 84 less  names than on the list issued a year  ago. '  Revelstoke merchants claim that  Christmas shoppers this year are more  light-fingered than for some years  back, thieving of small and size-able  merchandise   being  all too common.  By taking the thermometer in at  nights during the recent cold snap  Kaslo managed to deludr itself into  thinking it was the warmest spot in  B.C. interior. According to the Kootenaian two below zero was the worst  the town experienced.  At the municipal election next  month Penticton ratepayers will be  asked to vote $200,000 for pressing  municipal improvements,  At Vernon this year prospects for a  real winter look so good that the trus  tees  oifts for the  Whole  Family  Hoiiday Hints that sTiake tne  Christmas Shopping easy.  We have an immense stock  of Useful and Attractive Gifts  at moderate prices. Gifts that  are attractive because so useful. Look over these suggestions, and then come and see  our dis pi a}'.  Ladies' Wool Sweaters  and Scarves  Ladies' Silk Waists  Doyleys and Scarves  Ladies' Handkerchiefs  Marquette Trays  lilacs inlaid, all sizes  Community Silver  Kni*>���������������������������-.   Feii'k.--, Table- ami  Dessert  Spe'ii-*-, Butter Knives. Kte\  Pyrex and Aluminum Ware  Cuf>s nnd Saucers  New Year's Day Offering  Our adyiee is don't miss it. This is a  picture your whole ffimily should see,  Bring them. It is one of the most  stirring films ever presented and it  rivals any previous motion picture  ever produced. Its Canadian appeal  makes it a peer to "The Birth of a  Nation" and "Hearts of the World."  It is impossible to describe the treuie-  dous effect which this collossal picture  exerts em the audience but the feeling  of intense pride in being a Canadian  is the emotion which masters all  othei-s, and it is a tribute to Canada's  Gieat War Veterans, their spartan  wives, mothers, sisters, and sweethearts who made this glorious sacrifice for humanity. Our advice is go  and see "Tjoe Heart of Humanity"  and we feel sure that you will be satisfied with it, it is so big, so real, and  contains so many cross currents of"  human interest and love"that it beggars description.  A.F. & A.M. Officers  Tr lnir .-i.-s-e>rliiie*ni.  M  tn  S'wea ters,  I fa n dkerch iefs  and Neckwear  Felt Slijj-flers  fn]���������  e-\ i-ry   I|M*ll|liC7   eif   the'   family.  Su.t Car.cr* and (Iiuh lliH-s  Coleman '.* Quick Lite  (rnsolinp l.aruft-.  Pffi^ff  XxfW i  i  law  ^fljk^F       Ml f-\~-fW    -WmWmM    M       WW    ^-W~W  The complete list of elected and  appointed officers of Creston Lodge  No. 54, A.F. & A.M., for the ensuing term is as follows :  W.M,���������R. J. Long,  S.W.���������G. M. Benney.  J.W.���������Al. Hendren.  Secy.���������E. Mallandaine.  Treas.���������S, A, Speers.  S.D.���������Jas. Compton.  .I.D.���������John Blince>.  D. e>f C��������� W. H. Watcher.  Trustee���������C. P. Hayes.  S.S.���������W. V. Jackson.  J,S.���������W. R. Long.    ,  I.G.���������Guy Constable.  Tyler���������Jos. Brown,  It ia expected most of these will  make   the   trip   to   Cranbrook   on  ' Saturday for a joint installation at  ��������� which    the    officers elect   of   Fort  ��������� Steele,   Kimherloy, Cranbrook and  i Creston lodges will be installed in  due* and ancient' form; the installation e:e*re-niuiiie:H to he followed hy jl  banquet   such    as   the   Cranbrook  l>r*e*i ht*"M   enjoy  some reputation n,t  pnividing em ejooasions of the sort.  The- St.ar e'lairns that- I,he- Golden  lire- Writfaelc anel lire* lighting i-qnip-  nie-hl ii irifi'i'inr t.ei that, existing in  I in" ,0.    Se.   is the*   supply e,|  lire-water.  are making open air skating rinks  at the schools in that town.  Thei-e are over 900 names on the  latest issued voters list at Fernie.  Two candidates are already in sight to  contest the mayoralty race.  Vernon citizens are regaling themselves plenteously on buttermilk,  which can be had in quantity at a  rate of three gallons for 25 cents.  During the peak of the cold dip  this month the river at Golden went  on a rampage, flooding the streets and  store basements���������the latter to a depth  of three feet.  Although Penticton teachers got  salary raises of from $50 to $370 per  year the pedagogues are still dissatisfied, and five of them are -quitting at  the Christmas vacation.  Cranbrook claiins that there are no  families in the town in need of charitable assistance, and the burg, looks  forward to the merriest Christmas it  has ever had���������for the "drys."  A. R. Westepber<-r������ a Revelstoke rural mail carrier, had to equip his horse  with snowshoes in order to negotiate  the deep snow on his 45 mile route between that city and Downs Creek.  Tn order to meet interest and principal on the new $97,000 loan forimproy-  ed .irrigation systems at Penticton it is  likely the water users will have rates  raised- .to an average of f 10  per acre.  A movement is on foot to amalgamate the Presbyterian and Methodist  congregations at Grand Forks, Greenwood and .Midway. More than 90 percent, of tbe" Methodist favor the  scheme.  Kaslo eouncil contemplates conferring the D.S.O. on E. H. Latham who  has seen fourteen years continuous  service as chief of the town's Are brigade, and has just been chosen for still  another trrm.  Cranbrook trustees were in a generous mood at the December meeting  and gave six of the teachers raises in  pay from $50 te> $200 a year. The  janitor the central school got a boost  in pay of $2o a month.  The beispital at Pentiaton ir too  small, anel in order to make more room  it, is provided to utilize the nurses'  quarters and spend $5000 on the erection of a nursou' home. In this way  ten more cots could be installed.  /a iVierry Oiiri.si.m<bL& to *-%..  (  I he t/xenange  Billiard   Parlor  and  Barber Shoo  'he hen! advertisement we  have is when others try to  imitate.    We  lead;   others  try io follow.  !oine where the lights shine  nnd tret  vour  PSf^TPM   ^OMPPC   ITaft������aftOE  E~,  I       ll  nh MN      ....  '*���������-���������.     in    -1  !,���������* ft .I--.S  tut a a EL* ^jf ti zaJ u ������  ���������������* m      ���������.. h   U~*   m vi,   vi it M  i* ������MUt u M laut Su  *0 I  "1,3'   Z-A 0   U     U       CI   ^  tUi \U> U     L*  ti   t- i-      U  W   mmm  J-���������'  *  ���������ir>r-ru/-*!. s  I'-* 11'    k \i i������      ni  To  all   out Patrons  and Friends we ex-  c _*~  s, hoping  JU J  (.���������aim  r^.   il   af-  Each  and  Everyone may enjoy a  ixisrasuimS.  Ml  tm  LIMITED  Owing to tranportation troubles  we have been short some lines of Feed  but this week sees the situation relieved with the arrival of three cars.  We advise buying a stock of all  lines,  including   Oats   and   Wheat  ./  Prices are right.  LIMITED  If you are needing  now is the time to buy  and Candies  r.njoy vouiv-'ir wit l\ the lv^u    a  hir tA-\ *��������� _  W<  have,   just   unloaded  a  ol   these at   Oeston  ear  f"fstntsBftst  pnr4..\JTf..  W*w   Utmhnr  mj}~m% -mV-...IV IxPV  l.tjI-r/itTh ���������)  ftamin*rmii!  ',: \n \c.:::'.  ...it-. *<0^mm*mm*Htm>i<vmWi~m&^ THE  CRESTON  BEYIEW  '���������v- ���������������������������'������������������' .'���������'"'.���������' PAp'fP  f'   - "f1 i  ?'-  tr ..     -vl-  jCjlIj     mm-m      M        d-0 mrt-VT r rx-4/X.  .1717   HI   V^SULAy xJXX  m -m 4k\m^ -���������������      %k. m-x. dsrm-mV'*-^ m~^. ���������*���������*-"*  U    jB|. V  By the -BOSS BOOSTER  indication   that things "had   taken   a | enterprise the residents haye respond  A steady and substantial develop  inent that has surprised even the ultra  optimistic has featured the year 1919  in the Canyon City district���������progress  in every direction that wonld almost  warrant one in .describing it in the  familiar biblical terms to the effect  that. "Old things have passed away,  and all things are become' new."  Canyon's United Farmers _  And this development has been along  so many different lines that one is at a  loss to know where to begin, to place  first things first.    Possibly the initial  turn for the better was the organiza-.  tion early in the year of" the United  Farmers of Canyon City with a membership that pretty well represents  every element in tbe community, and  which is headed by John Wood as president, with A. D. Pochin, secretary.  Whether it was entirely due to their  efforts or not it is noteworthy that  very shortly after tbe organization of  the U.F. things  began   to' take shape  ed with the organization of a literary  society thnt holds weekly meetings, at  which, debates and music are features.  tn������ the conduct of the society wisdom  is shown in  encouraging the younger  men and youths to participate in proceedings, and already some of the juniors have displayed unexpected talent  as debators.     The  officers in  charge  are: Geo. Strong, president; Miss Corbett, yice-president;  Manford Samuel  that meant much for the community. | son, secretary; and an executive committee of W. S. Gilbert, Earl Carver  and Bobby Chambers.  ULii  J  ���������-* m-x -**xs~t, *-v ��������� sy*x 4- ry  cuaipiv-L^  Flashlight line.  You cannot beat our  prices in any city.  Most important of these, of course,  was the fairly definite assurance that  the long-looked for high level bridge  over Goat River would be commenced  this year, which assurance has been  fulfilled. Among other problems that  the organization ti.ok a hand in getting aetiem on was the forming of the  Canyon Water Users Association  which was instrumental in having a  survey made of the available streams  in the district for the purpose of sun-  plying water both for irrigation and  domestic purposes over as considerable  area. As yet the engineer's report on  the scheme has not. cometo bend but  it is looked for any time now.  Investigating Goat River Canyon  But just whether action will follow  such report is a matter of conjecture,  due to a recent turn in eyents of the  past   couple   of   weeks.       Early   this  month saw a couple of engineers with  a staff of helpers busy taking measurements of tbe stream flow and generally mapping the lay of the river banks  and sizing np the country, since which  the rumor persits that this work was  being done by a strong eastern syndicate who are  prepared,  to tleyelop the  power there for electrical purposes as  well as irrigation.  >  ust the thing. for a  ������ X-m   mm di   y-������ 4- ���������eV-*-*r--% m~-m   *P������  V^lll l������Llllcto  A Soldiers' Memorial  Another evidence of the better community spirit prevailing is the naming  of a committee composed of Mrs.  Weatherhead, and Messrs. Mawson,  VanAckeran and Strong to proceed  with the raising of funds for the erec  And a Union Sunday School  And in things spiritual there has  also been a noted improvement. Early  in the year the ladies conferred together on the pressing need of a Sunday school, with the result that a  united Sunday school was at once inaugurated, and has been a marked success right from the start, with an attendance of at least 40 pupils and  teachers. Now that a, permanent pastor 'has been placed at Creston fortnightly church services are held, and  Rev. G. H, Hamilton is assuredly the  right man in the right place in charge  of the pulpit effort.  Lately, too, a boy scout troop has  been organized, and undef the direction of W. C. Cleave is making considerable progress.  The High Level Bridge  In tbe very early completion of the  high leyel  bridge   regulation   Valley  weather will help considerably.    Already   the   roadwoy   leading   to   the  bridge on each side is practically complete.      Contractor   Dicken   is    ".veil  along   with   the    cement    piers,   and  should have his part of the work done  * sot later than the- middle of January.  Prom   reliable  sources we learn  ihat  decision bas been, reached to build the  bridge by day labor under the direct  supervision  of the  provincial   bridge  Ackerau; both of whom are operating  power sawing outfits.  Lumber Company Very Busy  Canyon    City   Lumber    Co.,   Ltd.,  which this year sold the remaining  7000 acres of their holdings  here are  working at top speed getting the area  stripped   of   timber, and   during   tbe  season  putTin a Duplex and a Kelly  truck to   supplement  the   caterpillar  engine at  log   hauling   in   the   nou-  sleighing season, and who only await  the arrival of snow to put the biggest  crew of log haulers at work they have  eyer had.    Word in the bush is carried on by a large crew.  And speaking of motor power reminds that Canyon during the year  considerably enlarged its fleet of autos  the following gentlemen now handling the horseless type of carriage;  Messrs. 'Pochin, Blair, Speaker, Way-  lette. Hugens & VanAckeran, Hussack  and Fred Browell.  During the year, too, it has been  Oanvon's pleasure to welcome home  its three veterans of the war in  Messrs. Hilton  Young, Otto   Johnson  Dec, High School Regort  Ayerage attendance, 15,������33.  Percentage, 38.63.  Perfect attendance and punctuality  ���������Ruth Compton, Hazel Hobden,  Highest standing: Intermediate���������  Frances Lyne and Earl Birney. Advanced���������Dorothy Stark, Preliminary  ���������Harry Compton.  A petition is in circulation at Penticton urging that singing be-- one of  the   subjects taught at   the   schools.  COW ESTRAY  and Grover Kifer, all of whom are  taking their accustomed places in the  community life.  Came to my ranch, red cow four or  five years old, medium short bonis,  branded | | on right hip, slit in right  ear, white spot on forehead Owner  can have same on paying expenses.  John Arrowsmith, Creston.  LIEUT, f=. Dm RSC^tS  B.O. LAND SURVEYOR  HESFER LOST  -- years  Astray���������Roan heifer about  old,  branded Oo on left ribs, hole in  left ear.    Reward to party furnishing  information.    John Miller, Creston.  Surveys of any kind h-indied.  Address���������  Camp Lister, CRESTON P.O.  Piano TijbM & ReDairine  Thoughtful  Ljiit-vjdvinr  Suggests  fV.xxxx^ix.xM  \J cilia p tiy.t,.  superintendent,    1-  will   give   preference   to   lenr-al   labor  when  construction   commences.    The  Or a a Ann   kw.n  9.    OoannlM  B. S. BftAN, Manager  tion of a suitable memorial to the two   bridge  will be of  wood construction,  - -   ������ SX*- .1 1  i~C ���������..���������..*���������������-��������� XXxrx ,.~...XX  J. A. P. CROMPTON  Qualified Piano Tuner  Eight years experience.    Highest ref   . X  at-xrmS.     X.x^txx���������     <s> a '!-���������,,.  c������?euv.-������rT������.    ..  uiiifiic   uuinug, tfrt. x.V.ti  tunings a year, $7.  J~ K~  OHORLTQN  TEACHER OP ViOL.ll. &  ViO-.OPJGE-.L.O  Terms on application.  Highest class tuition guaranteed.  Is there any  Meat in  the  g i A - ~ ���������      ���������"-*,  i iuuse r  Canyon  City  men,  John  Wood  and  Bobby  Smith, who   fell  in the great  war.    As a starter for the good cause,  at the aunuai  school meeting $90 was  voted  the  memorial fund, and since  then some  entertainments have been  given and  already ������-i  matter of $180 is  ayailable.    No special  effort  is being  made due  to the  fact that with  the  aheads* assured development the committee is unable to decide what form  the   memorial   should   take.       Senile  "would have a granite monument in the  school  grounds, while others favor a  brass tablet which could be temporarily placed in the school until such time  as a needed community hall is erected  and a more fitting home provided the  memorial.  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife >f an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry.  Shamrock Brand  Hants and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  t   Bologna, &c.  are always to be bad  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products.  with   steel   reinforcements, tbe   span  haying a length of 150 feet.    To expedite construction  it is expected that  the   material   for the bridge  will be  shipped   in   from  the   coast in   such  shape as to ready to be put in place  immediately on arrival.    It is expected  the wrecked  bridge, which   went  out in the floods of, 1916, will be stripped and such of the material as can be  used will be utilized in the new structure.    Estimates   of   the cost of the  new  bridge ready  for use run from  $12,000 to ������18,000.   Tt is hoped  when  the wrecked bridge is dismantled that  provision will be made to preserve the  site as a permanent picnic spot.  (tr  CuMsnaSi,     mm  0yiBU|S3l5   us  Increase School Accommodation  Tbe stride forward  the district has  taken is strikingly shown in the increased  educational  facilities that have  bad  to  be  provided.    The quite commodious one-room  school provided a  few years ago has  proven altogether  inadequate���������school opening in September finding it necessary to refuse pu  pils admittance after  taxing the seating capacity to the  very  limit.     To  cope with tbe situation the small-sized  church  building across the  road has  been  fitted  up with  temporary desks  and is now in use.       Miss Corbett has  4M) pupils in   the old school, with   Miss  Muriel Knott in charge  at the church  building with 25 more.     Anel the trustees' troubles are  by no means ended  yet,   as  with  the   soldier   settlement  opening  up just  across the   way the  trustees cannot  figure emfc whether to  put, up a three or  four-room  school in  1920.  Have a Llte.rary Society  \> e-ope with the slim  eif  entertainment, with  commendable  To e*opi* with the shout foi- some sort  SECURITY  Property Changes  Unoccupied ranches which were not  uncommon   up till last, year   are no  longer   in   evidence, and   even  those  who  have disposed  of their holdings  are  not leaving these parts, the only  exception   being   Mr. and   Mrs. Con.  Hall, who after selling have gone east  on a vacation, but  who are expected  back   again.    Graver Kifer, who has  just sold te> J. T. Vance, is remaining.  So  is L. H. Hussack, who lately sold  to a Mr. Queen of Alberto; while Saffron   Petroschuk. who   sold   to Nels.  Nelson of Blairmore, now occupies the  Major   Burritt   ranch.    I. N. Rhodes  has the John Crawford ranch, and has  it looking   bettor   than   eyer  before.  Among  the new residents who are  making themselves right at home are  W. S. Gilbert, Geo. Strong  and John  Hale, all    of   whom    are    eleyeleiping  logged-olf   areas.    Geo. Davie   is   the  new  owner of the   Cem. Hall  ranch,  anel   a    soldier-agriculturist  who will  make   good   on   a   good  place.    Bert  WhiniHler of Fernie is another of tlu*  year's arrivals.    Me has run  np a. cottage on about 100 acres of timber land  near the Canyon, and proposes going  into thc fuel ox port business on a con-  Rieh*rable>   scale-.     Others    whei    have  genio into fuel business this winter are  A.  I). Pochin    and    Huygens & Vnu-  No more appreciated gift  could be suggested than Fur-'  niture. It is easy to select  just what you want, particularly in the matter of odd  pieces, from our stock. Our  store is full of suggestions.  Here are a few that will aid in  making "up your list���������  Couches in Fumed Oak  Morris Chairs in Fumed Oak  Rocking Chairs  China Cabinets in Fumed Oak  Kitchen Cabinets  I  n:'msnh  Some other lines in Furniture that we think will interest you are���������  Dining Room Table and Chairs  in Fumed Oak.  Wash  Stands,  Kitchen   Chairs  High Chairs  Drop Leaf Tables.      Beds and  Cribs.  Exceptional values are offered in  Mattresses, Springs and  Stretchers  Lack    of  enumerating  space    prevents  similar    timely  offerings in the Hardware section. A look over our stock  will convince.    Do it now.  Hani ware & Furniture  Supply Company  M.J, BOYD, Manager  f\        -x,   r*t   />   * ������������������*   -4 m   ml-  iictUu in.  not  Ar-*       ��������� Ts., ,. r  OdVUlgSi    AJclAIK.  only provides an assurance for the  present, but guarantees you security  in lite future.  70A  To save is to succeed*  553  HI  si  II  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  mf-m   *    WW-*,      #   ���������������"%       *m%    *    Im-*****  eft   #  -fxia-sJi' '���������wAPiiAiL*  r������������rcrr������\/ir r.t ?Mr>  U   Xmm-mSmJIIXmam,    -.     V     *_������ (ft        Xm4d t     ��������� ���������*���������.*���������  $15,000,000  "������"! 5.000.0'.H������  C'll!'.[',TO>:  I2RAMC!!. C. 0. "Pennon, "Mnn.iKt-r.  ��������� ���������  li  I!  *r������ "' 1   drm���������    mr~x*  **���������'" i tt-      -nr      A      Xx     T <��������� S~X  ---at JFURfcMAlN'd  AFTERNOON   TEA 2 5c  ���������served as you Iik<1 it.  Hot Drinks of ,ill kinds and Lunches served  ��������� ������e|    t\}\   IwmiI'U  All the' lutesl, record.; nnd Mhie-t, Music.  COMJMI11A (UtAlfONOLAH in fuiiie-el oik, w.iliiul anil  :!!:'!'.''''���������*��������� i!y Mni!>h. If yeni went ������������ ii'i'e-liine- thm ���������.-.ill !>���������"> "ey  I.UH'ie- 111 I 111- ii rt i' I   inte-llele-el il  ���������ihnulil  he (i hi Ve-el   Iti IV ii * 'e eh line ������i;i.  AliiUi* our |������liie:e* your he-iiili|ii.i rte-i :��������� when i ��������� > ier.vii.  We will m.ike yeni I'e'i-I nl, home1.  Minimum price ot first-class land  reduced to $5 an acre; stjcciid-class to  $2 50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be gr-iTiled covering only  laud suitable foi -iv-rri^uitura: purpuse.-  ainl wi|ii-ii is Tion-tiJ-'U'er !y.nei.  Partnership pro-em:������teons abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arraige for adjieeHt pre-emptions  with joint resider.������.-���������������. l������ut e:i<.:h muliinp  necessary improvements on respee:tivo  claims. efc,  Pre-empie>rs must vcoupy claims for  five years and make improvements t<"  value cf -J10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of a. least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown eirant  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less tliap 3 years, a: d ha.-j made proportionate improveme.-'t-s. he may. because of ill-health, or enher cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of ini  provement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements te> extent ol  $300 per annum are"' rr-e-ords same each  <iear. Failure to :uuri.e improvements  or recc������rd same w u! operate as forfeiture. Title- ca������::.ot In.- ���������>:uaii.eJ en  less than 5 years, and improves*-.s:its  of $10.CO per acre, iriciuclii a ;"> .s> res  cleared ai.d cultivated. a.eJ rosi-lr-nee  of a I least 2 yenr.-. are iviju '">-<* fc,  Pre-emptor holdirg Crown ^rant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires .land it: <'*onjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation. pre>-  vided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on i'iouh  granted land  Unsurveyed areas,  not  exceeding  ^o  acres,   may   be   leased   as   homesites.  title to be obtained after fulfilling ivsi  dential and improvement conditions.  For (frazil-.-? and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acres may be  leased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding: 4(1 acres  may be purchased: conditions inciud>  payment of stumpuge.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  by existing roads may be put chased  conditional upon construotleui of u ruael  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost ol  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is made.  PRE-EMPTORS'       FREE       GRANTS  ACT.  The n'-ope of this Act is enlarged te>  include till persons Joining and .serving with His Majesty's Forces. The  time within which the. heirs or devisees  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  for title under this Act is uximaled  from for one year from tho death of  such person, as formerly, until one  year after the conclusion of the present  war.     This  privilege   Is  also  maele   re-  tlvaelUe. (gj  Xli fee;; relating tej pre-emption: .indue or payable by soldiers on pre-  emptions ivi,,r<lcel after June L-ei, kuk  Taxes are remitted  fe>r  live ycars.  Provision for return of moneys jn.-  crue-il, due- and been paid :>ii.ce August  ���������4, lleH. on ue-i-ount i>f payments, fees  or taxes e>n soldiers' pre-empt tons  Interest on agreements to purch.u e  town en* city lotr- hele! by menilier:- of  Allied Forces, ar dependents. .'ie-.)on cd  direct or Indirect, remitteel from enlistment  te> .\i.tron ..i. j.r^vr.  Ci-tUVeVIM  xjij L0- i'tJl.Lrl i r\^u.l\ir..    UI-  ^ LANDS.  I're>vlwlein mnele for is-'inince* <���������(  Crown grants ;e. mih-purch'-ser:- e,f  Crown i.iimls. ���������ici-uirlng righe from  purchasers    whe-    falle>el      to      complete  ,....!       .    .       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"    i ; ..I I":-.     ���������;��������� ���������:   i     v '. in. m r     ��������� ,���������    r  A-.*:.*,....   .;: ������������������:.:���������,���������   ,���������������������������-,. . ���������- i,,   .    ..,,   ,.,|  >"��������������������������������� ������������������������������������...   >     .     ,i ,        ;   i. ���������(��������� ,���������   i.,.,  .1:  l.������  I' ������������������������������������....      . .-.,i-. ...   | ..vt  for;.i    ,\v ���������,.,.-!:.*      ���������  ���������     i ...-   i   ,    ,        ,  ., '  turi'.l       l"r<*...   ..f   |. till.ill.,    li.-   ,   n,i..,,i-  f.,r    I. '.\\t'V:-.    r ,uiil>,  I ���������     or    ; i ;. Veln-r-.  iimii.ii hwi������ih4  ���������."-...." ���������lH"1-if'",Tvi^Villi'.'...,���������l.,i������ Mr^lN     ���������         lfir^ar*,|W������iMF������'!,W'mM^  l4M������trt^*ttllnil>-^|r*Je^ ?:?r?r^r-^.:::.  Bf>  m.:  Wz  II  Ik1.  W-  m.  &MSw, -' ckestoh; v"  ���������:^  'them     identifying     themselves   thor-  l oughly    with our    Canadian    institu-  Attractive Winter Tours  Treatment of the "itew  Canadians  ia   xLL-x-    column  last  week    some  Xlx'.r  genuine thcy should be welcomed.  He pointed out that many of the adherents of the old political organizations had carried on the fight on behalf of the new party  principles  for  tions    and    adopting      our    national ���������     _.    . .  .,    ,        A        ...       x .        .1    During   the   summer   montns   it   is  ideals.    A   policy   ot   antagonism   to-   -impossible  for  many  Western   Cana-  wards   them,  of rebuffs  and   disfran-   dians  to  take  a vacation,.   However,  chisements,    will    get    us    nowhere,   with the advent  of winter, and har-  They   will   merely   widen   the  breech   vest  ovrer-  man>' are planning a trip  j         ..           ,i    ' j         c       _^i���������^    ������������������ for   a few   weeks, or   possibly      to  and postpone the dav of complete as- _     , .,         .   .     '.           *          J,.  .    .     .                           -             .              ., spend the winter in a warmer dime.  similation.     But   sympathetic   consid- some wjh   go   ������ast to "visit  the   old  eration and fair treatment will make   folks  and spend Christmas at home,    |  them   loyal   Canadians,   while-    their  others  may desire  to visit the   Paci-  children   will   forget   that   they   were   .fic  Coast   where   outdoor sports   can  , .       ,        ���������        ,. ��������� oe enjoyeu uie year round, armd low  ever anything but Canadians. -y:ng  hillSf  silver  and  blue   seaj  ^nd  lofty snow crowned mountains,  where flowers and shrubs,- rare elsewhere  in  America, thrive.    This  trip  comment was offered on recent spee  ches by Hon. T. A. Crerar, in which  he deprecated the formation and encouragement of distinctly class  movements in Canada, and offered  words of advice and warning to people generally, and the farmers in particular, not to be led astray by new  and untried men who were now espousing their cause since it had become popular and strong, but who  held aloof from it in the days of  atress and'hard fighting when it was  act so generally acclaimed.  This week we would direct attention to another notable speech, and  one of equal timeliness, delivered by  J. A. Maharg, president of the Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association. Addressing a district Grain  Growers'  convention  at  Regina,   Mr.  Faint and Oizzv Spells.  Weakness and  Shortness of Breath.  You   can   generally   tell   when -th-r-  , heart is affected by the faint and di-z-  many years, and it snould no! bc for-|Zy spells, the shortn.-ss of breach, pal-  gotten that it was behind those bul- pitat?on, throbbine:. irregular beating,  warks  that  the new  party  had  been  able to  grow  to its  present stature.  Of   particular   timeliness,   however,  was Mr.  Maharg's reference to    tbe'rundown  ar.d  worn   out   wli  can easily be extended to California,  and a choice of a sea voyage, or train  journey via the wondrcms Shasta  Route, is offered. This, combined  with the 500. miles of scenic, beauty  through the Canadian Rockies, is ~n-  equaMf-d  anywhere-in   the   world.  At San Fr?ncisco and Los Angeles  Canadian     Pacific Offices    are  main-  srr-ofbering sevsaticits. weak, sin king ! taircd   where   visitors   will   be   made  ail-gone  feeling,   choking  etc.  Many    men    and    women  sensation.! welcome, and given assistance in  se-  * | curing   rooms,   cottages  or  hdtel  ac-  become ��������� commodation.  oth'-r- j     The     Canadian     Paciffic     Railway  The great "key  food" that makes  other foods ssore  nourish mg.  3**T-*������a  ten**.**!*  Bndr-toutlttfng  Sf������w*r *vt  ESo-rrll fcikeea  / V  ii  foreigners, so-called, in Canada and'^ise thcy could be strong and heal-.Uv maintain an unequalled service to  thc attiende which thf Rriti-Vn -ho-n if thpv would only pav some attention Eastern and Pacific Coast points, op-  thc   attitude   which   the   BriUsn-bo.n \      ^ ^ ofl heart weakness.       erat'rg two solid through trains each  and English-speaking people should j '"^ ^nVedy^will do so much to  adopt toward them, and he spoke j make the heart regain strength and  with special reference to thc new*vigor, rf-gnlaie its b-^at and restore  Franchise Act; which is to be draft-  X- \m-'mX*.' * J ������L*f---  ed and passed at the next session of  Parliament. Pointing to thc fact  that the South African war was  brought about on account of an unjust franchise, he declared that in  Canada we must be careful that no  grievance of that kind was allowed  to becloud the name of the Dominion. He stated that there were approximately    two    million    "foreign-  formal condition  s Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills.  Mrs C. A. S, Dr?ke, Paris. Ont.,  writes:���������"1 have used on towards the  second box of Miiburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills and find they have done  me good. I 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  I would have to stop and try to catch  my breath.    I  feel a lot better since  Maharg   emphasized   the   importance j Crs" in Canada, and that there were 11 have used your pills and know that  .������ Al l��������� ��������� 0Xxm m^.trx���������X^rxxxr.. ...... i-i.-    ! 5 1 V. 1 ..      ..-..-. A.V  * x t Vl f������ V tl "3 \T ft        ll 1*1 V. 4* A Tfl.O        \Hrr\T1 l\ f������ V f 11 1 1 V        DQ  ~i continuing the educational wo-'K-gooa and bad among n^iu jUi.v ������*..-;  ������f the association, and not neglect- there were good and bad among the  lag  it   for   the   new   political   move-  rest of us, and that while  there had  people   had   decided,   he  lUrV/p  aaid to try out a hew method of-election, but the old educational campaign was still necessary and always  would be to ensure the success of  the new movement. Endorsing the  yiews expressed by Mr. Crerar, thc  president of the Saskatchewan Grain  Growers declared that if the new political party should develop into a  class political organization, its usefulness would soon cease. Therefore, the educational efforts of the  ���������parent association must bc made to  permeate through all classes. He  ������dded: "Support was being obtained  from among all classes, and that support must continue to be merited in  order to hold it."  The eagerness of those who had  been active in the old political part-  iej to join the new movement was  commented on by Mr. Maharg, who  declared  that  if  that eagerness     was  been reSson to be critical of them  in years past, the time had come  when we would have to weld ourselves and all those who had come  to our shores from other countries  into one homogeneous whole if we  were to prosper as a nation.  Discussing thc national debt, Mr.  Maharg said it amounted to approximately two billion dollars, and if, by  any chance, legislation should be  passed   which   would   tend   to   drive  they  have  helped me wonderfully as  1   have   improved  very  much."  Price 50c. a box at all dealers or  maiied direct on receipt oi price by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.  way daily  Florida also attracts a great many  Canadians each winter with its hundreds of ideal winter resorts. The  abundant and delightful outdoor life  of the Southern winter is the chief  charm, and no attractive feature has  been overlooked. Golf may be played upon dozens of the finest courses  in the country, ridingj driving, yachting,* boating and bathing are some  sports  available  almost  everywhere.  Call or write today to any Agent  of the Canadian Pacific and he will  be pleased to give you full information,  and plan  your  trip.  Independent acitntifia   sxptrimtntt   haot  eon.-laaO.ly prvtd that t'-.* Ba.y-baildini  i-������wr of Bovril U front 10 ia 20 tiir.tt  th* ooiooni of Bovril /aim. ���������  &l<r\\������Vxi tvx  ">.YKI1.K  ���������mr a ��������� ���������������>  ntl-  iil-  trien/t.M  MliV  A ball dress is cut low, but the bill  for it comes high.  There is no more effective vermifuge on the market than Miller's  Worm Powders. They will not only  clear the stomach and bowels of  worms, but will prove a very serviceable medicine for children in regu-  _ lating the infantile system and main-  some" of"our" foreign   population" out Xner^is n    "  * - he*U-hy    condition'  en you get up late  rapid brushing up of  A. rr-pid b  thc soap, is. fev/ turns on  strop  the  while  ~4~l 4-',-������������������,,I  the  e.'  work;  followed   by   a  once-ovcr with you;-  AutoStrop Razor nnd  thc job/'i done. Thrct  minvite** ulrr-rcethrr by yoiir  wutch. You can't beat: (hut!  And yoel hriv* n mol i.lirlr  ahbvt. into the bur(j;iln.  Yi 1-irn.n, j*>i.i (Urreniy r.m i nn  cumic   uiuj'.'e    enn   e.-,r,   .-.,,.     *.  -off,    'hen it's   rrte'ly  f<.r  tin-.  /.ir.itt,      c.l.i������V������. Tr.-,      T, ]',::-  ���������minute***!   lo-.t   f'unil.liniJ   with  pfaftf*.       '/iu':    n.cjirj    ;....*���������  II'. er jl.  of the country, we would be placed  in a very difficult position. It was,  he said, only by developing our natural resources that we could hope io  liquidate our indebtedness, and we  could not, therefore, afford to drive  away the labor that would enable us  to do so. In this connection reference was made to railway extension  work, for which large appropriations  had been made, but which was retarded owing to lack of labor. "We  need the foreigner who has come to  make his home with us," said Mr.  Maharg, and it is our duty to educate him in the exercise of the franchise.  People,    particularly    in    Western  Canada,  should  remember that  it  is  largely   because   of   thc   presence   of  these settlers from foreign lands that  our population has grown to such an  extent thnt these Western  Provinces  are  now becoming a political power  at Ottawa through our increased representation  there, and through  that  ! increased   representation   we   should,  I in   the  very   near   future,   obtain   re-  i forms  for  which  the  West has  long  j tough!.  I Tt has been tlirrmgh thc presence  j nn el labor of these people that thou-  j Panels ot miles of new railways havc  I tice-n   built,   thai   onr   coalmines      are  ��������� o|.f.. atc.l, that waterworks, sewer  ;   ysfeMHi,  pave-nu-nts,  anel  other, mud-  ��������� i-rr  conviMiif-ne-rs have* been  provided |  in   ouv <:ilu-:.  and   towns.    Thcy  h.ivc  ,���������>���������-������������������. ,! I'.ir.tenal rii'sifitaiire in carry-  ,iii>; t!iroU;;'h our buildinj'j operations,  ', r.r.il U.f.r adelcd e'I'lnuously to the  ip.rain prexhiclion of the prairie West.  ITli.'y arc tarrying their share of the.  jl'iirile-.n   ot   laxation   from   which   tliis  I  VV-    ������r-v,,     1'iMii'lry     ic:     i: rcn ri lie'    lie>||rr  >���������'���������,,*.,    -,..?t    i.riii ���������<���������(���������������������������      iiuifn    '.-.e'liool**..    Ill--  l-[-!i'>nr,v anel  <>lh?r  servicrs.  in  ��������� 1,  ;!,(/  .ut   ;.  .iiij.-.'liiy  f;u"������������������i'  in  :'. .'.'.-'ll,     e|e-Ve*l(lpM|(*|lt ailll     |ll'OH-  ���������      r ,)'      ' 1 . , c, ,||l . I r '.'  othing in their composition  that will injure thc most delicate stomach when directions are followe'd,  and thcy can be given to children in  the full assurance that they will utterly destroy all worms.  CHILD'S LAXATIVE  Look at tongue!  Remove poisons from little stomach,  liver and bowels  Lots  of men  who have  life lack ambition.  in aim in  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Contentment is  never begotten  by  regret.  Happy Boys  -and GifIs  ������ S your child healthy? Is  ���������^ he or she up to standard weight, of good color,  with plenty of rich, red  blood to nourish the growing tissues?  For children who are iliii^  pale, anaemic, under weight,  nervous, rcatlcao, alceplcflfl,, Dr.  CUtnanss'   fslet-fsm   Ti'erwul   \*X   <r������f   fllA  Indians Ready ^or Winter  The information reaching the department of:Jndian Affairs, from all  parts of Canada, in regard to the outlook for thc winter is decidedly encouraging, according to Duncan Scott  deputy superintendent general. Mr.  Scott stated that there had been no  reports of influenza thus far and the  Indians in all parts of the Dominion  appeared to be well prepared for tha  winter.  fcasilv  and   Quickly  Cured  with  EGYPTIAN UNIMENT  For bale by AU Uealers  Dougtai & Co.,  Prop'tk. Kapance, Ont.  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 plrysic 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."  It doesn't bother  he sees  law breakers.  a   lawyer   wh.es  ureakers  _t *  ~.Llt0fXLL-  ACHES AND PAWS  QUICKLY RELIEVED  You'll find Sloan's Liniment  softens   the   severe  rheumatic ache  r.i'.  a:  ��������������� i,  Wi  ��������� rn'.ii  lot   , Un C.^yn  5".lrop 1";  :e"rr  t~  J--J.  0tl- 'Ad**d  IL* *  X4*0������       Jrmr:        JlMm ���������** *,    4-Km  m *f    ,*0 lS,  jr, J tm     '"   *��������� I  Ta^-'VFETV ^  \t   . i.! < i ,. e r:  ��������� ,'..'    ���������;'il/ln:  ! .,  ::r   .villi  *.'j|ie i<������e,  . ..;: ii..  tlirin,  anel  we-   should  .'A  :.;.  C.;u  .rtrv+dvrvl'  tvnr*i*{*i-  ?imirierri*ii  flhleft.  It required more than a century for  a cedar lo grow large enough to  yield a thirty-foot telephone pole.  The Real Liver Pill.���������-A torpid, liver  means a disordered system, mental  depression, lassitude and in the end,  if care bc not taken, a chronic state  of debility. Thc very best medicine  to arouse thc liver to healthy action  is Parmeiee's Vegetable Pills. Thcy  arc compounded of purely vegetable  snl.istane.es of careful selection, and  no other pills havc thcir fine Qualities. They do not: '-ripe or pain, and  thcy are agreeable to the most sensitive stomach.  It is usually    lhc    blunt  man  says thc sharpest things.  who  Put it on freely. Don't rub it in.  Just let it penetrate naturally. What  a sense of soothing relief soon follows I  External aches, stiffness, soreness,  cramped muscles, strained sinews,  back "cricks" ������������������ those ailments can't  fight off the relieving qualities of  Sloan's Liniment. Clean, convenient,  economical. 35c, 70c, $1.40. Made in  Canada.  Elephants in the Indian Army  Elephants in the Indian army arc  fed twice a day. When meal time arrives they are drawn up in a line before little heaps of food. Each animal's breakfast includes ten pounds  of raw rice done up in five two-pound  packages. The rice is wrapped up in  leaves and then tied with grass. At  the word of command each elephant  raises its trunk, and a package is  thrown into its capacious mouth. By  this method of feeding not a single  grain of rice is wasted.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Garget  in  Cows.  Sonic of our oldest collctjes tire still  in full possession of their faculties.  Protect thc child from the ravages  -.t  -������������������- ~   ������.--   ..<���������:,.���������������   titr.ii.0~   fl.-,,.,*.*  Being mild vnd grentlo Itt ti*>  Hon, and yet wonderfully pat-  ri^f-nrr.tfveftj  it  noon  If *������' *"������  ft  if  .1 I : '   *  i  ii,  .i-j    U>   s'lve-  ,'<<���������    Jioulel  ������**���������    in    <r1!t     Ire :e1tri**n������  thrm   u  rr.il  ir    I.inell/   .il.el  iv a I eh:  lt������irv-  cnil  while-*     ai  I   O      I.  ("���������,  I  *wee#*mer..iw'*nneftj|i*^|  ���������mx.0���������,���������.-..,  w  N'  (I  l!l.'.|::l!l!j;    (Ij-em  V/M*  malceti lhe hkvd rich and builds  up lhe feeblo uervctt.  Ke1������n**i*r-i*e>n,  Jtnt-r*  ^   <>.,  14*1., Toronto.  ft* im-**^vmd-r,imtr-fi*m^mmmtmm^wm  lr-f-TT"nnniiiTiitnHriiriiirii , iii������iiii>������i>i^������ii������)i-i|r) ;.<>|������*������������le������, ^<e<-|  m ^ tmimmk"tiwm~\mWBt **LJi3ilitii&M ttlffl^Mlliii^'-"'if MMU  ~��������� *.  - tr   Tt���������'V '^40' -X.���������4, L-~-   -*.~   yr,   t 0-. -.���������-������������������..-.. 0- ... ......  Worm Exterminator. It is a standard remedy, and yean*, oi usa have  enhanced ita reputation.  The Vatican Library  i iic Vatican ii'ui.uv is- the uio-l  sumptuously housed of all libraries,  and contains some of the rarest mun-  uscrlptt In existence. The printed  book* include ovcr ^,-iUO voUnn-cy la-  tiVi.d in the fifteenth century, many of  them vellum copies.    Tho llbmry    if  aaid to contain* over 220,000 volumes  I t mrrna  Teacher: Johnny, what is a cube?  Johnny: A cube ia a soliel, mutuiiu-  ded by six equal squares."  Teacher: Right! Willie, what is m  cone?  Willie: A cone? Why- a cone is���������  er���������a funnel stuffed with icc-crcam.  inirtim^iiiiiii'iifWMiiiii1"  i^w^r^^^WlW    -W^*0*l^U-mWllW*Wmm-vmm-mmti4mu-- r0<M  ' mTT7r^l^~ r-~x T  -d~r~lS/M  ��������� il :itilisi'i  ll>U  xu-itntt-i  ...   e.ilIHir;  quicken.!.  ->,   t e.Mivi'"*';'ieiOil  Ihr  ^SSSZ-nrhe pi  -m~~itjr**~  ii-tr  0440mm.0Hmiat4imsr������:  mSlll^mSSltl^S^*i^i!till0&i^t0^^^.  mmwmmmmrnmM>mmmmmmwwmm gil!"JijLiL"='' til'iliilj^  rn tn jjfiSJBBB  imtimnasm^Bsm  ~*m iiii I ii���������aaoaesesai  TUJti.       HKVIKW".     -'.-i-ri^TOxT,  S,       <**  ��������� IU  w'ant Kecoguincu  Of Bolsheviks,  ��������� -������������������uai;  Ottawa, Ont.���������-Though Canada is J i?Kj*l������f.  back to the basis of peace, it may be  deemed necessary to spend as much  as $25,000,000 next year for military  purposes. Estimates of the Militia  Department are now under preparation, and the total stated covers the  anticipated outlay upon the militia.  It is an increase of $13,000,000  compared with the ante-war period.  The cost of materials, food, etc., is  almost wholly blamed for it.  A report wiii be presented shortly  ss to the future of the Canadian militia, what units will be,maintained  and what ones  discarded.  lild\*rHTfXTX.7T  0 ������a���������. vrm 0-������-'i.  Anstntia asm tnsumd  r*t^    . .. .    t-%       c* zx*.    ixt: ���������  Captain   j-suss   ounui   w ma  ������10,000    for    Successful  Performance      i  Port Darwin, Australia.���������Captain  Ross Smith, the Australian aviator,  has arrived here from England, thus  winning the prize of ten thousand  pounds sterling offered for the first  aviator to   make  the���������voyage.  Under the conditions laid down by  the    Australian  government when  it  British  Unions Ask for Early  Peace;  With  Russia  London.���������Thc trades union congress in session ael opted a resolution  calling upon the government to consider immediately peace overtures of  the soviet government and raise the  blockade between Russ:.u an I th.:  outside world, and demanding the  right for an independent inquiry into political industrial and economical  conditions  in   Russia.  The resolution also instructs thc.  parliamentary committee to appoint  a delegation  to visit Russia.  -O  Would Surrender  Ex-Crown. Prince Rupprecht Is Now  Ready  for  Extradition  Munich.���������In a letter addressed    to  the   "president   of   thc   Bavarian   Red  Cross,    former Crown    Prince  Rupprecht   of   Bavaria,   who   commanded  taking   of   measures   for   the   protec  Paris.���������Premier Clemencesu9* *p-  jroaching visit to London 'whicls  .vii! place him in the British capital  it the same time with Foreign Minister Scialoia, of Italy, has gives  rise to speculation here of the possibility that questions of importance  to Great Britain, France and Italy  will be discussed there. These would  have to do, it is suggested, with the  m0mmmmm".^0"0"0.*"*"0"*"0"'"m"  I  ��������� . xt.xi.-s -ii i offered  a   prize   for  making   a flight  lhc carrying out of this plan will'        "���������-,,,....���������������������������      x,      -,-  ,        J , * ��������� Z    ..      x     from  England to Australia,  the dis-  tance of 11,500 miles had to be cov-  depend much upon the extent to  which the pruning knife is applied to  the draft estimates when revised by  the treasury board and the government.  ered. within 30 days. Captain Ross  Smith left Hounslow aviation field,  near London, at 9 o'clock; November^  12, on his flight to Australia. On  November 18 he reached Cairo, and  on November 19 continued his flight,  reaching Delhi, India, on November  23. From there he continued east  until he reached Rangoon, turning  "southward at that city, making a  number of stops along the Malay  Peninsula and in thc islands of  Oceania. He arrivedi at Bima, on  Sunbawa island, near Java, on the  evening  of   December   7.  Port Darwin  is near the northern-  4  ���������������...  DON'T WHIP!  Stop Lashing Your Bowels  with Harsh Cathartics but  iral-e;   J*  Xt m-mxJ .  Xixirrv   ''rncrol  yarxxr      ���������a,-    Ct\i.\ 9stril.i~ Skilled  Men Will Return jat Once With In  crease of 14 Per Cent, in  Wages  Indianapolis. ��������� The strike of 400,-  000 bituminous coal miners of the  country was settled here, when the  general committee of the United  Mineworkers of America agreed to  accept the plan offered by President most tip of Australia, being near the  Wilson.  The plan provides that the miners  shall return to work at once at an increase of 14 per cent, in wages; that  a commission of three persons be  appointed to investigate and determine within 60 da^s if possible, 3 basis for a new wage agreement. The  conference was made up of international and district officials and members of the executive board and scale  committee of  the  organization.  ,...~.^..a..t..0"0"..*-*"0"*"0"*"t"*'-*''*"'"  jxrtLx. *iiusL ov-cusionaliy  town of  Palmer son.  reveni Liquor  X..0"0..0m  jive tu  the bowels some regular help or else  suffer from constipation, bilious attacks, stomach disorders, and sick  headache. But do not whip thc bow-  i els into activity with harsh cathartics.  What the liver and bowels need is  a gentle and natural tonic, one that  can constantly be used without harm.  The gentlest liver and bowel tonic  is "Cascarets." They put the liver to  work arid cleanse the colon and botf-  els  of all  waste,  toxins  and  poisons  ���������siTitlii-Mi*-     o-nniniT tVi������������v     nr-\Tpr     cickfre  .....��������� ~.~     a--*. o������.      j     ,~      ' "      ~      ^  or inconvenience    you like    Calomel,  Salts,  Oil,  or  Purgatives.  Twenty-five  million  boxes   of Cascarets are sold each year.   They work  11T ll <   ! I'll ��������������� T re"** ������ 1  little, too.  German armies in Belgium ana  ? I Fi-nncc during the war, and who is  I in Switzerland, offers to surrender  | himself-- in response to the demands  ! of the entente for the extradition of  I German army leaders, provided that  ? his action will bring about" the re-  I lease of German prisoners in France.  | The former crown prince says the  j demand for extradition, in view of  | Uic fact that the judge and prosecutor are one, "is a mockery of evcry  sense of justice." He volunteers,  however, that if the entente insists  upon the fulfillment of the extradition clause in the peace treaty  before the German prisoners are released that he will present himself  for extradition.  iioa of the common interests  of ths  I���������  ��������� gMi *���������**, it*.m������-~x4m *%m Ammtmx  iuipuaauuti  three nations in question, in case tho  United States does not ratify tha  peace treaty or the League of Nations does not begin functioning  shortly*.  There is even talk of the possibility of the forming of an alliance*,  with the object of securing the esxo  cution of thc German treaty and affecting other subjects on the Lecaguei  of Nations program.  Sinn Fein Office Closed  Dublin.���������An order has been issued  under the defense of the realm act  closing the Sinn Fein organization  and its branch offices, both of which  arc situated in Harcourt street.  Thinks Allies Are  ^oitcuiaiory  German-Dutch Frontier Closed  Berlin.���������The German-Dutch    frontier has been closed to civilians.  Made Raid on Irish Estate  Belfast.���������A   party     of  men   armed  with axes and saws raided an  estate  NOTHING TO EQUAL  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Mrs. Alfred Naud, Natagan River,  Que., writes: *'I 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  regulate the bowels and sweeten the  Stomach and thus banish indigestion,  constipation, colic, colds, etc. They  are sold by medicine dealers, or by  mail at 25 cents a box from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  Manitoba    Social    Congress    Wants  Government Control of Sales  Winnipeg.���������In a resolution adopted by the Social Congress of Manitoba, in session here, aii a-ppeal was  made to Premier Norris and the provincial government for legislation to  prevent the importation of liquor into Manitoba.  Government control of all liquor  sales and other phases of the liquor  problem also were discussed at  lengthy but action was referred to a  resolution committee, which will report to the congress before adjournment.  111      vxrLJLLlliy  fSr.���������rx .���������txZrxix       . ~      ...xi^rt ���������      X I*, rr.  VlHlt)        VVIUV.il       LZ3       UllU^l    -lilV.  Tangible Concessions Are Contained  im.       Tt-~.X.X~xX-.       ri\'Trx4i.r.-. &..-���������       ~  German Paper  Berlin.���������The entente notes arc  more conciliatory in tone than has  been previously assumed, says the  Voiles Zeitung.  "They contain tangible concessions, the final clause of the protocol  providing  that  the   entente  could  at   _I_'3  control of the Land Judges court, an  agent of which is an Ulster Orangeman.    The party cut down 300 trees  any time take military action against  and carted  them away,  A search by thc police has revealed  portions of many other freshly-felled  trees in houses in the same locality.  New Offensive  Rcval, Esthonia.���������Thc Bolsheviki  have begun a new offensive on tbe  Narva front. After terrific artillery  fire ten assaults were delivered upon  the Esthonian positions. All the attacks were repulsed, the reports  state, with heavy losses to the Bolshevik forces.  With our "Queen' Adjustable  Drees Form; you can make and  lit perfectly most stunning  draws, -v&ists, suits r.nd coate.  Hun. 'eds ot wo*jen are doing  It. because they simply can't  afford the fa' ilou, prices stores  an! dfjamakcra charge.  H you want to tnow how write  for a free ropy of our booklet  "How Man Kept Vv wi'h tho  Jonesea.' Vou will be l-.WS-ely  intea-eatod In It.    Dent   q^  A0J11STAMS MIESS FORM CO.  OF CANADA. LUffrEO  14 MII.tO-.ONK LANE. .ORONTO  Germany, has been dropped. Negoti  ations also can  take place regarding  certain modifications in the protocol  concerning   the   surrendering   of   the  dry docks."  Goes to Jail for a Friend  London.���������Rather than havc his  trench comrade go down for ten days  on a charge of intoxication, Sergt.  James, a veteran of the war, who is  in civvies, volunteered to take his  friend's place. The request was  granted.  W.  N.  U.  1294  Micrcbes Recur in Cycles  London.���������Influenza microbes have  a regular program by which they recur-in cycles of 33 weeks, according  to the medical research committee.  Thc next call is expected in January  and February, it is said.  ���������Pelow Is fllaBtrftt-teS ~ax  ItK-tGBi    BlE������   -t   0***111" ~  I T������*n.ii������-Cun 2������������caro&L Vots  trill t~~ berw esasOy cttok-A  -und Jtow contesjileat It ix in  thin form frb-sn -goa uso U.  Sold emery wliW-s.  OTWlOOappeUEtee.-ftiyMtsIv  in* redpei ia ear snr tllu������-  trated beoSb,  Writ-joa.  *mimrr?tata?Ttrautmmnuiii, una i*0rmvm4vtfK^,,mm..im^,vini!miaa,1  1  ^S^mmti    rm,       40^t.  %jittt fos* a iviam  YOU are sure to be right if you give him a Gillette Safety Razor.   Let him know what  _      comfortable shaving really is.    With the 24 factory-sharpened edges that go with  every Gillette set you realize the importance of NO STROPPlNG~NO HONING-  there is no need for either.  * . f? *s ? ,^aPPy <*av that any man gets acquainted with Gillette shaving, and you do a  irieno. ������a right good turn when you select for his Christmas present one oi the handsome  liillette batety Kazor sets. Sold l\*y the best dealer������ everywhere at $5x00 the ������rf.  xJwT  -r^jim-mr  ^llmmm-^ lPPWI  ~m*i~.  10-mm^-  m^frma ^4rmnm0VTm-vVm  Hs? St  ^PWeJF  I  V1  tf Hi-t\j ^%^m^     * irnkv-wr"  n x>g    vi JtkiJlftj. M W-tjr~-uJ  ISA   ^J*  ^'        V  -*^%  I  N  Wf  ������������w������������wra������i������ir������������������iii������tw������������*i������aa!Mtaa.^ n������������  mmm .^M.tmtmtK^iimittimimiiii.iiimgss.'tzstli^:  ^ijzsrttszstixtimimmixxiimiitji.i��������� k~.-. ..rwi,  ".. *r^j.- *.im*tAtmx.m!mmmwximt*m:i*tmnmmz7i3tiK!^  mmmnmmwmmmt:  MI������iMffl!liiilgi������lfli m  j~'m~  ���������uhjestGi?  KUiVAJsn  The sugar famine was eased off tbis  week when the several nieaehants in  town received then* monthly ration (jf  granulated sugar, as well as a supply  eif the brown variety. Of the two  sorts about a eeiuple of terns came in.  It is doubtful if any more will be  available  until well along in January.  Mr. and Mrs.^J. B. Leonard direct  from London, England, were here the  latter  part   of the   week, looking  the  Wjl<i\r ovpi' with m. view te"* miY-oVuici-no'  j   .. . .       ...        ..   ._ g. .���������~...p^  o ranch, and secured an optiyn on one.  They have gone further west to inspect some other properties, but are  expect eel Ijack to locate here.  all  ������aiB������������  Local and Personal  Mr, and Mrs. A. H. Webb (Lister)  left on Saturday for a short holiday  trip west, which will take, them as far  as Seattle.  Mrs. A. A. Davis of Lenora, Idaho,  arriyed this week, and will remain for  some time, a guest of her sister, Mrs.  W. K. Brown.  Wood Fob Sale���������Dry or green, 16-  inch length, $3 a rick- delivered in  town; $1.75 at ranch. Phom-Vyonr  orders. Huygens ���������& VanAckeran,  Canyon.  Water Pipe���������Cement, pipe, sizes 6  to HO inches for irrigation en* wells, or  cement work of any description.  Those wanting communicate with W.  M. Dicken, Creston.  A nffiiff  B    ^SBB^  for NINE DAYS, closine  yj  Saturday,  January 3, 1920  ufiigs  vYdiua uiaus rieaaquaners.  -**���������*. 1&r ^s~l  Stationery  skin  Theatre  im iZPAt'^ pmim In 11  The Picture that wiii Live Forever  Allan  Holubar's Super Production  Direct from its sensational  New York run.  1'cat 'tiring  A tremendous theme    a Romance  storv of  ii-0 4-      ���������- *~ 40-x      B Tjt d-v m*x *S-       \ftlf  d-x ������*������  ���������*% ���������u-%<r-i       ������*>  iO~-.JX.rH SJX  love that passeth all understanding  .\i'������-<-|)l e*d    I iy   llic   (   ;i n;nli;ili   ( Je ivcrimieilt its  ( ;iii;nl;i - X il ii.jinl  \\';ii" I 'ici ure.  'I'l    ; i- i    .i, i !��������� in  < r, i ���������- .'I ���������-.  I'i'i!  ot  i' . A ml i >i it. ol' all I Iw smoke a nel eh isl.  I ;    \ ;|! I i '.,*���������.. m  ������������������.'..��������� ;n-  i'i e.n;   in. i-    l'* >.i'   I .at t le,   a mill   I he*   crashing   anil  ���������    i i im.* i"*��������� ���������   ; ��������� ' :,.,'.,,,,.    (. ....   I..   ���������;        ~i H r-n. I n;_; uf w ;i r,   caine  i.iie-   lae-i1 (il  I*: i -! I < . t. :     ll.il    :    I III*,!!*!*'*    1 |*> ��������� I ��������� r I ,   11 j.-1,1 I I,. ���������  ,r\ r I   i \t ���������   11.| l|   |< .|'t   11'. 'I I i III I       A   h'l'lD  i i,.ii  ��������������� ii! m. .'.,..��������� imii   f ..in   ���������' .mil ..ii      < Ir* iss n I 'ii'SM.  III.'       i | Mill   III.'      Willi     rl       irlSI  llll;  'I', i . ,' i;    I-*.    I   i I I . i[ i    ,;'  i '|... ,. : :    '  '   ,i i i V 11 ii |i|.-      I' iii,    I 11, i      i 'S *e-|'V lee illy   sill HI III  A Mr  '���������I    ���������    ;,,!  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IP,  'In the Park" is the Charlie Chaplin  picture that will he shown at the  supper hour at the New Year's eve  masquei*<%d'-d at the Feekin theatre, for  which tbe favorably-known Bush  Brothers orchestra of Bonders Ferry  will supply the music. Four prizes  are to be a war-dec. the best of refreshments will be served, and a first-class  dancing floor is assured.  All officers-elect of Creston Masonic  Lodge who can make the trip will be  at Cranbrook on Saturday night for  the joint installation ceremonv in  which Kimberley, Fort Steel, Cranbrook and Creston Lodges will participate.    Members  are reminded  that  mvino* tn ihe full moon nomine unusu-  *    ���������*������  - * - ���������  ally early in January the regular  meeting for that month will be held  on the 81st.  pines. Leatherette coye?s $1.50; Velvet sheep binding $2 postpaid. Published" by Victoria Printing & Publishing Oo.', 521 Yates St., Victoria, B.C.  Rev. Dr. Calvert, who te>ok the service so acceptedly in the Methodist  Church em Sunday night, will again  preside tbe coming Sunday, and will  be at Lister at 11 a.m.  Creston people are remembering  friends at prairie points in. practical  fashion tbis Christmas. The yuletide  export of boxed apples "is tbe heaviest  eyer at Creston station.  Mrs. Dishman is having a sale of  stock, implements anel household  effects at 1 p.m., Wednesday next at  the H. S, McCreath livery barn, with  J. F. Rose in charge as auctioneer.  Rev. J. S, Mahootl will be here for-  morning seryice ami celebration of  Holy Communion in Christ Church on  Sunday. Christmas music will feature  the service, and an appropriate address.  The* English Church Sunday schoal  Christmas tree and social will be held  in the Parish Hall from 3 to 6 p.m. on  Saturday, and all the parents are cor  j:,.n���������     * :xr.j     x.-    ..x. ]     ii,n     ..nc,.:-.  uitui^      iiiviircet     Li*>    (Ui,t:uu     cuv.     aiiuii,  Miss Lyda Johnson, who i.s a student  at the Normal school at Victoria, arriveel in Creston on Friday for the  hpliday season. She is the only Valley student taking the Normal course  this term.  Those who have heard the full programme presented state that the Creston Orchestra Concert on Friday night  27th inst.. is altogether too good to  to miss. The seats are nn sale nt, the  postoffice. at 75 cents.  Friday, January 9th, is appropriated "by Creston G.W.V.A. for an evening of cards, music and a box social  auction for supper. A tine night of  it is assured all. and a big turnout is  hoped for. See posters for full particulars.  R. M. Winslow. formerly provincial  horticulturist, but now manager of  the B.C. Creklit and Traffic Association,  with headquarters at Vernon, is to be  here em January oth, when it is likely  a public meeting of tlie fruit shippers  will be held.  The Union unloaded its first car of  import bay em Saturday, and so great  was the demanel that the cargo of  twenty tons was sole! before clysiug  time at night. It; was Washington  state timothy, and set the ranchers  hack $15 a ton.  The most important item of business  at. the December school'hoard meeting was the decision to purchase a  ne*w llag for the public school. The  old eme- has been in use for about live  years anel certainly shows signs of  wear and tear.  -Official intimation has been received*  that the horticultural department will  have* at, le>ast. one- class in pruning in  the- Valley this season. All who wish  to take' np the' wetrk slleiuhl tml.ify J.  A. Lidgalc at, once, ami pay the entrance foe e)f $1.  After tin absence of about, seven  months, (luring which time they en-  denvercd lei Mini home, sweet home at  Medicine Hat, Ni'lson, and eme or two  Okanagan   points, Mr. and   Mrs. John  lOllSfWoeiel   hlllele'il   Intel.-    i������t   ( Ve>^l on   <>,;  KYielay, anel if tltev can Iiml any sent,  of a house to liye in are determined to  le'inain pe'rinaiii-nl ly,  NO UKVIKW NMXT WMKK.  j li'olleiwing eiiir 11��������� 111.*11 (Tu.;ttiui <>!' taking  | n week i'IV each ye*a r there Will be ne>  1 Ukvikw until I'Vidnv. .January 1Mb.  Tin- (il'lici' will In- open most, of the  ] lillli'. hoWe'Ve-l. In . I < * <' i > 11 ��������� 111.1 e IJ11 (��������� (.bei.se  [ \vi*,hiuj.-; In lieli|iijil,ili> ,ie-;!iiniit,s of any  11     -..ill.   a lie I    I.i   . | i I i-11   .111    .,' it l|   11   ii it n ii I 11 V  Most everybody got a letter off the  noon mail on Friday, provincial assessor Edward Ferguson fayoring all and  sundry with their 1920 tax notices.  The school rate is up to 13 mills tbis  year to provide the $6000 voted at the  annual school meeting. The general  rale is the old reliable ten mills. The  move opulent received some special  attention in tbe way of a one per cent,  assessment on income over $1500.  Another notable sale of ranch property was put through the.latter part  eif the week, when Mike McCarthy  disposed of his twenty-acte improved  property to a Mr. Reynolds, who bails  from Saskatchewan. About six acres  of the place is in good bearing orchard.  The ranch bas the great advantage of  being well watered, and the rather  commodious residence on it has a  Water supply  piped  in  to it from  tiie  i"if������iirVilw)viiicr sf.i-oii jus.  At  eaxre  Saturday, Dec. 27  ALBERT E. SMITH presents  pnrrfRgi& Griffith  WVilillllU     VIMIKII  lie 01  Can a girl who neyer loved  understand men ? 'A wondrous play; a wondrous  love story.  Part 1*  A Fight for Millions  BIG "V" COMEDY  Beauty and Booty  iti  I  1  For the Creston district band masquerade ball in Mercantile Hall on  New Year's eye, Wednesday, Dec. 31,  the Creston orchestra, which will  supply music, is being augmented  and will consist of five pieces, thus  assuring tbe best possible music, including much of the latest. The four  prizes that are to be given are decidedly worth while, See the programme  of dances on the posters.  E. Mallandaine bas a caew of men  busy installing a portable fawmill on  site near the- Goat Mountain waterworks intake, and expects te> get, started cutting tbis week on a contract for  50,000 ties fen- the C.P.R. The engine  power is supplied from Frank Staples'  Fordson tractor. It is likely on the  completion of the cut eif ties the plant  will be moved to the lot oppeisjte Liel-  gate's garage and used in a box factory Major Miillaueaine, plans to put  in operation.  T~   XT'-   ib   i our  The saddest, words of  pen or tongue  Are these three words, I AM STUNG !  There is no need of your  being stung in buying a  Watch when you can get  expert advice as to the  good and poor points of  the., different makes here.  Better to be safe  than   sorry.  Mr, and Mrs. T. E. Goodwin were  unmistakably assured that old friends  welcome them back to the Valley  whfiti on Friday night about twenty  old-time aquaintaucos happened along  entirely unexpected and proceeded to  play host and hostess to the much  surprised but none the less delighted  Goodwin family. Tbe eyening was  spent informally with cauls and music  and as the invaders came well supplied  with refreshments a thoroughly enjoyable  all-round evening  was spent,.  The debating society recently organ-  iv.e-el at the high school had its lirst,  debate in connection'with the closing  exercises on Friday, on t.hei teipie*: Re-  s'olved>"Tbat in the opinion of this  meeting motion pictures do more-  harm than good." Frances Lytic anel  Karl Birney spoke in favor of the>  motion, while Misses hJdna Holmes  anel Marion Swanson led the- opposition. The discussion was lively, anil  some good spce-e-he'r \ve*re made- by the  youthful e i I'M ten**-',      The' llie-i't ing  ele-ciel-  ed in favor eif the "movies" by 8 to 5.  "Se>n*������>i Unbidden." by the- Prospector, will make- a nice gift, lioe.k for your  PiiHlern friends. Poems of love-, nature-, religion anel sociology It is fragrant-with the-   breath of  balsams and  ".-**r~������,  j. V. 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