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"The founder Of the Leagwgf Continued from Page 1 homesteads the flames, if they con- tinued to attmd, were VMty to wipe then out, With the help of a U thoee ava U- abla the housee which lay on the upper side of the roadway and In greater danger, were emptied and the contents taken to the barn of M; \',ii:a(l which wa.s in le.s.s danger. Mr Waiie had ( ome to the farm only about u wn k ago, moving from Albert. Ite ehk M wfll aat i FMi Carratt, Larga Mead Let Cboka Toa Mt POULTRY 25c I ^Ji-'ii-i^^'-ase KOASTINO FOWL* par lb. Hobm on selse the aiifntion uuiiifcliutfly i- • on in tne gallery. i^Ke t :.i:ice of their coloring, typical oi Uie keen blues ol water, moun- tain and sky along the British Co- lumbia Coast, and a definite style and slm Uanty of subject set this group apart as the work of one man Anyone who loves the sap- ;.! complete* a ' very charming study Some of ihl.s ■rtlst s old-world subjects are very harming, notably two bridge scenes Numbers 7 and 18 oth; conveying one to the heart of a wood to the vitch's house in Hansel and Oretel. "Spume." is nothing but curling peacock -colored wave, but very attractive. Theie i.s no doubt but that it will forge ahead Like all pioneer \entures m the commerc ial world thrre are dtfflciil- ties which he surmounted, but we .shall overcome theui of that we have no doubt Nothing stand.s in our way to progre.s.s which causes us alarm.
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