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 TTol. XVIII.  CBESTOH/B/a^SKI3JAY4 MARCH 25, 1926  Uo. 6  rer-7-- -~  "^, **, pll  MJ&$������s*>  ~3ms. Duncan, who has been a. visitor  at  Cranbrook   for' some   time' past,  arrived home at tbe end of the week,  * . *  Mr; and Mrs. C. H. Hare of Creston;  spent the last weekend*'here*an a visit  with Mrs. Geo. Jacks.-.      ^ <-   - -  F. N. Thompson1. is now listed  amongst the gas buggy- opera tons.  Starting this .week he is handling the  mail with. a~ ,Ford -truck ^which he  securedattjie Bevan garage at Creston.  Mrs. John Tedford of Byemoor,  Alberta, is here on a visit with Mr. and*  Mrs. Tedford of Huscrqfts,  Dandelions made" thehv.. appea^mce  , here at the first of tha - week,   and  it  looks as if the crop will, .be well -up to  the average. .^  popular price d^nce the Alice Siding"  orchestra is giving at the Compton  packing shed tonight.  Sickness still _ keeps the .school  attendance light, only seven pupils  out-of a nossible SO being on hand one  morning this week.  j  JS"*  J"  C.G T^r^ay  C__r4^3___l--.~  *     "v      "V       "5*1' **"  ~* /'*   Z2%*L, m  ,-  ������������*Y*t_  &. ey a. aa  ' ,r-*i * **  'St:  Friday   to  Kitchener.  renew   acquaintances  -at.  rur*  "R*     "OCT      V3a.ew~.a-nt   Mt^aat*..  ������w.     .*-*  .     A **a*J ������.w *^������     ^^.-wmv.*.  the  Mr* Halstead, who has spent  winter" at Winnipeg, Man., arrived  hack at the end of the week'and has  taken possession of' the Messenger  ranch for another year. Mrs.Halsteud  will return in a couple of weeks.  Clifford- .Vance, who has been- at  .Newport, Wash;* for some time^ast,  is home again and will be iu charge ot  the ranch this season.  J. S.   Wilson   of  the^Gjrey yKoyatl    Mr; Ringheim of Wynndel'was  a  Granite works at Sirdar, was calling] Sunday visitor with  Mr. 'and Mrs. G.  Strong. *  on Lister fjriends this,.week.  Lister Trading & Supply Company,  Limited, are this week tilling the ware,  house with a carload of the well known  Ogilvie Sour, feed and other supplies  of the sort. "   -      ' "  Tenders are being called for the  delivery of the Lister mail for a period  of four years. As in the past the mail  will come from Creston with & call at  Eriekson each' way to ~ pick up the  Canyon mail. "���������  Landowners Or the Lister, area were  in session on Tuesday night discussing  matters ' in connection w th the  expected revaluation of farms by the  Land Settlement Board.   " ''  Mils������ SIs������is2&  MisB JElva Kelly arrived from Kimberiey . on Saturday on a ^couple "of-  -weeks-viRitwlth her parents Mr* ������nd i  &*&%  "Mra/yE. Wj>ayfc<w.fflr- -^  ^tcbehw.on 'Itf'riday last, going Ibaclf  with Mrs.'McGonega], who bad beefiT  her guest for a couple of days.  Quite a number from here went to  Wynndel on Saturday nig|it for- the  dance the Alice Siding orchestra gave  in the old schoolhouse that night.  -  There1* was Nao session of the community school on Sunday last* Mrs.  Martin being on the sick list. Appropriate exercises will'be held on Easter  Sunday, April 4th. ^"  Mrs. W. A. McMurtrie left last week  for Winnipeg, Manitoba, where she is  making a few weekB visit.  John Miller, jr., left on Monday for  Staveley, Alberta, where he will be  employed for the next few months.   *  Jas. Churchill arrived on Wednesday  last from Vancouver, on -u business  visit with his parents here.  Good turnouts from all points in  the  Valley  are  "looked   for   at   the  A. D. Pochin .left at the en k of the  week on a business visit at West  Kootenay nnd Okanagan points.  Mrs. Lowerson is home from a visit  at.Newport, Wash.  The United Church Ladies' Aid are  having their usual Easter sale,<teaand  concert at the church on -Blaster  Mondoy, Apxil oth.  Everyone is busy with spring work  on the land. Orchards all look well  and it would seem quite safe to  predict a. crop double that of 1S25.  The March meeting of Creston atid  District Womea^/XnstUule was held  in the basemen)||"pf 'Trinity United  Churnhjon Fridst^ afternoon, rwitli a  record attendapjW/and an 'additional  five members; ^Moijed. bringing the  ���������_L37.SU    S____s;.5������>i*:.. &������������.������>-������������gr     %kt   -xav.       ������x������������B������    M.4*.  Steve^s/presidenJ^jWjw in charge, and  the' afternoon ^^sTla'rgely takeri up  with routine mafelers,   y   -* ---  Saturday, Marts-* 27th, was. agreed  upon as the date^tora. tag day in aid  of the crippled c^fdren funds A house  to house 3nistje"f_9* funds wiltJbe made,  and the dififereiijir school teachers- in  the district will tfEi- -written, to asking  tbem to do what' -they can to help  along the good "Work. The monthly  en tertainm"ent,f(U������'members and their  escorts will be on Wednesday night.  March 24th, a special committee being  struck 16 handle" the affair.  The Institute^ i-?ill have the usual  bulb show with tea and sale of cooking some af teraoon in April, and the  directors -were given full power"4-to  make all - arrangements. The usual  yearly assessment of 15 cents per member was authorized paid tbe Federated-  _ - Jos. Heath, of the government  experimental fsrin at Invertnere sent  the Institute some peas" of the Lincoln  variety to be distributed amongst the  ^  members who  care   to   try out this  Entertainment talent both ,,of qual i particular variety, which Mr." Heath  believes are particularly% adapted   to  Ity and quantity "came to the   fore   aii  tbe St. Patrick's eve concert given in  connection with the, opening of the'  Canyon Community Hall on Tuesday  night, March 16th. of which mention  was made last week..-. Most every thing  ih the musical and litereavy line had a  place oj^tbe^prc^i-anttmei;  which   waa  __   _._. mm ������___-  _-_ _ _������   ,JJ^y^   ��������������� '������������������  .ly necessary to discuss -the evening's  \)  Popular Price  By special request the Alice  Siding Orchestra will have  another ^of  their   Popular  Price Dances at the  Jas. Gompton Packing Shed  on"'  .JDAN.CXNG- at 0 p.m.  4.  t    ���������*������rii^i'^_i'^ ff- ���������F* JS Jl mjr **yr Jm^Mr wm ar ttti A itj^ff ^Lf say^ 0  Supper included.  offerings whichjwere-as follows:  -sPisno solo���������Miss Vera *L|steK~    \  'Dialogue���������Annie Gartoandand Lester Pochin.  ' Soloi^*Bells of tbe Sea"���������Jeff Knott*  Dialogue, /-Keeping on the Bight  Side"���������Miss Biggin, Mrs/ Niblow. Jim  Bateman."  ..Duett, "When Irish Eyes are Shiil-  ing*'��������� Misses VeraLisfefer. and Dorothy  Niblow. . \  Recitation���������Helen Browell.  Solo, "Last Rot������e of Summer^���������Jim  Bateman. -  Solo, **Duna"���������A. Spencei.  Shamrock Drill���������Seven ladies.  Solo and Chorus, "Eileen Alannnh"  ���������J. Bateman, Jeff. Knott, F. Bar-  back. A. Spencer.  Becitatloh���������Mias E." Staples.  Solo, --Thrit Old Irish Mother of  Mine"-^F. Harback.  Dialogue, * Profesttor PiisMzled"-~A.  Spencer, F. .Hs i brtck;  Solo, '-Sleep and BmBes"���������Mrs. Norman  Strong.      ��������� .>������������������ 7"7'  Solo; ���������'���������Kathleen Mavoureen"���������Miss  Edna Hickey. .  'Witidies Song Drill���������Seven Indies.  Male quarte^tte, ������������������Peanut Song"-���������  Mepsrs. BateiVmn, Knott, Harback and  Spencer. ,,; '   '.."'      ��������� .  It will not come amiss to compliment  the boy  vocalist, Frank Clark, whose  --Buddy's Little BCue Eyed  Boy" and  ������������������Annabello" well deserved t he applause  accorded   them.    Mis.   Niblow,'   Mrs  Ted  Strong,   Mipses   H-*l'"n   MtRobb,  Helen Pochin,   Veray^Llster,   Thelma  Vance and Dorothy Niblow very gracc*'*  fully   executed   the   Shnnii**������ok   Drill  which was one   of   the most  likable  numbers   of   the   evening,   and   they  made    a   second   npuearance   in   the  witches   song  and   drill.   L. Moborg  and T. R. MawtmiD were popular with  their  Irish   melodies  on   gultur  and  violin, und the Peanut Song by Messrs*  Harback,    Spencer,   Jeft Knott    and  -Baitcnssan dr&*,v _i well lucii'tcd l-eptr-at.  The comedy of the   evening whb provided in   tho  -dcit,   -'When   Wpmen  Vole;*'In "which   T. it. Mawson   held  forth on the'iniquity of the new woman with a regulation  wash day stage  setting in   his 4*wn   inimitable  style,  ably nssiated hy  Mrs. Ted Strong and  Ji-f! ItnotX   .j.tano3.lsc;:s* CF,.p;.Vily. hjindk's-  sketch was "Pat's Dlloniiiis," in which  Mrs.   E.   Humble,   Mrs.   A.  Spencer,  Mim-    D.   Niblow,     and     Mesm-s.  -A.  Samuelsnn, Harback and Spencer   all  did thenmi-lvew  pifMid In   diupennlrig a  vory fine line of Irish  comedy.   Mrs,  rttphhi wua Van t������w���������.1-1 iifu's tic^ompanSnit  and her work contributed  In no small  I' m<f������Bure no tne nti rounu success of tne  evening.  the Creston district.  There -was a-vote of thanks to the  friend of the .Institute who jgave the  material to make tho small table  ���������cloths. The members who made them  up  were also., slsnila-riy remembered^  rery t������ason��������� |������ be  vr&un*ittheserit^5tSs"whfch arB^doue'  in "workmanlike fisbcon ih Institute,  colors:. "* *       -,^_��������� "-v -    _-  Thew* was the usual b-tlf hour of  sociability at the closi-.-with Mrs. G.  Johnson, Mrs. Boyd and JGfrs. Hayden  as tea hostesa.es, and thethankofifering  amounting to $3.25 is to go to the  Crippled Children Fund.  between trains visitor here on Friday*  Boh Burns of Canyon was a business  visitor here" on Friday, making ������he  round trip the same day.   \ -  Mrs. Sid Abar and son, Frank, were  visitors at Creston on Friday.  F. W. Becker of Lethbridge, Alta.,  ms-Hs is buying poles -ft-0jrs-rthe,C-^nt*en*  *al ������.nmber & Pole Company, Limited,,  was a Sunday' to Monday visitor here*  Hubert and Jim Ewen of-Kimberiey  arrived on Saturday- ,|o look over some  of their old claims. - A- ' ^  Mr. and Mrs, Andy Wickholm ajad  son, Andy, were Canyon visitors on  Sunday.       "'   "    I.  'Mrs. Erwin McGonegal of the Mc*  Counell Hotel was a visitor at Creston  on Thursday, getting back on Friday,  Miss Myrtle Wlckholm was a. Cres  ton visitor on   Saturday,   making the  trip by auto. -  The baseball club- had' a dance ih-  Hunt's Hall on Saturday, Mrs. Elmer  Blair, and Rex Millar supplying the*  music. -.  'John McCofob and Miss Edith Ger<-  oux were Kitchener's representatives  at the St. Patrick's Dance at Creston  on Wednesday night last,  Andy Wickholm got- his new .meat  market opened on Monday. x:  Miss Polly-Audi osoff is back on a  visit with her parents, Mr. and Mjl-s.  Fred Androsoff, after spending the  last few -months on the.prairie.   .  *_. r * ���������*  J*"*  O'Neii Demers of the M7 ranch was  a business visitor at Creaton on Saturday, returning on Sunday.  Mrs. Dan .-McDonald was. a weekend  xarauaoies wnicesice,' t*oasoy ana  Brawn jwere calling on ' friends at  Creston oh~Friday. ..   .  -Mrs. Hihgsley of Nelson . was a  between trains visitor .here on Satur*  day_ a guest of Mrs. Sid McCabe. _  '' Rev.*"S,':Newby was here from Cres,-  ^ton on Sunday for evening Church of  B������iglahd.service and was favored with  ^ good "turnout. ,_  ;  The tourist season has opened eaalier  "than*usual this year." Since the middle  bf the month -there has been an aver  age of_a$ least one  carper* day  botb  carper*  ",  W������ Goodman is the first resident tg>"  have his auto' in commission. He  went to Cranbrook on Sunday, and  -motored hack on Monday with his  S*tudebaker which has been in storage  there all winter. He was accompanied  by Raymond McCabe.  Vincent Cherbo, who has been visit-  to/? at Bellvue, Alberta, the past week-,  got back on Saturday.  T.  Rogers  a-hd  Jas.   Wilson   were  business visitors'at Creston on Monday.  \'       ~ . ^  -a Geo. Cam went back to work on the  switch crew at the first of the week  after  about' a   week's   holiday  with  Cranbrook-friends.   "'"  Due to the first.. Sunday in April  being Easter Day -there will be no  Church of England-Service here in the  morning. Tbe next aetvice will be the  usual evening worship the third Sunday in April.  and the other o������@9**s -were deservedly  complimented on the excellence not  only of *the degree work-bat ������n the  general eonduct of the. lodge. Supper  Visitor at Yahk with bsr^husbaoad, who- ^waa.aer������*ed at U������a <^k^^.and rounded  l_^p*^3frs^:^|tte^^ri ^-/������* -'-J���������; KK*������tf-������������������ Afe ^*jftto ������������������������>* a^^^HW^Jo.*.*..,  Sam Ltttlelcfiaa Ajid J'.AMhNe.tv  ai Yahk for'the masquerade dance ^n  Saturday flight. *     ~-   '\        *:,  ^"���������J%tt^ one^fe'-thejyjffitosfe" lewfojwble^-aight������"  *���������" j%-' lihe ������"recent- .fhiBto^"/^;,., Creston  Mkaonry.. ; -.-;'    -   "; 1_.;,._.>:'.:~ / -*"-  mKEtm&SiBB&es*  m"^ "*��������������������������������������������� 4  3. E. Webster was a business visitor  hereon Friday. ���������  J. J. Garland, who is at present  employed, at Corbirt, arrived on  Wednesday on a visit with Kitchener  friends. . ���������"'���������."."���������''������������������'���������  H. Machums, with the C.P.R;  Natursl Resources department, was  here on a business visit Thursday.  Misses Mildred Andeen and Clara  Huitit got in a few days experience at  cooking during the weekend stay at  Hunt's camp.  Bill Belangpr of Cranbrook, who has  been   a   Creston   visitor,   arrived   on  ' There was a targe turnout at the.  United'Church ~ Service on Monday  night, , Pastor Harback being ably  assisted in the musical exercises by  Geo. Lawrie, violinist, and J. Chorl-  ton, 'cellist.  , Quite a crowd from Kitchener uiade  (he trip to Canyon on Tuesday night  last for the concert and dance' in connection with the opening of Canyon's  community hall. In the party *yere  Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wickholm, Myrtle  and Will Wickholm, Alex. Mennie,:  Edith Geroux, Elmo Wulby, Friu*  Molander and Mury Huptonstall.  Institute At-Home  Milk  a  n  d  Irtigationists Meet -  Those within  the proposed  Arrow  Creek Irrigation District were   out in,  large  numbers  for   the   meeting on  Thursday night last at which the chief  business was the signing of the formal  petitinnnsfcingfor the creation of an  improvement district.   Engineer' McCullougb was present und gave ont all  the information asked for in connection  with the project.   The acreage signed  in favor of incorporation is very large.  There are  still   a  few  atsentee  land  owners to hear from but at the end of  the week it is proposed to send in the  petition and it Is expected very little  time will be lost at   Victoria  puttin g  the application through.  \  Having Just puroliaued the  Crawford Jersey Herd we havo  ��������� to make a change in . our bus-  ineas ahd in future* will supply  our customers with Milk from  ���������Jerseys or Holateih Ayrshiros as  demired, at tho following revised  sohedule of prioos.  PURE JERSEY MILK  7 Quarts $IM  HOLSTEIN~4Y#mmE MILK  W.'Quarts $1.00  CREAM  Half Pint, JSc.  Pint, 30c.       .      Quart, 50c.  We   &uarante������f   ������*������������* -Milk   ������nd  Cream first Quality,  and oan  a'up-  ply in woiiilJ or  Us*������^ cuitaiiititSeii aa  desired delivered daily.  A. & R. A. COMPORT.  The Women's Institute dispensed a  particularly fine line of entertainment  and hospitality at the March at. home  in the Parish Hall which  drew a large]  attendance of the vescorts and friends  of   the  organi-sstion   on   Wednesday  night. . Most everything. Ip the way of  nmuuement was   in   evidence.   There  was community alnging in* charge of  T, - Goodwin,    piadist,    and- Bev.   J.  Elerdiuan, contests and games, along  with solos  by Miss Marguerite Crawford, Chas. Moore and W. J. Truscott;  a piano solo by Miss Hardy, and read"  ings  by   Mrs.  .Mallandaine   and   Pr.  Lillle.   Th'e most popular artist of the  evening, however,  were   little  Misses  Helen   Hopwood   and   Betty   Speers  who  in  appropriate    costumes  very  gracefully executed the oldtime stately  minuet,-foi* which thoy had been care  fully trained by  Mra. ������oiHoi.   Durfes-  proceedings  Miss    Davidson    of  tho  Ciinadiao Bod Cross   Society   gave  a,  tatk on the home nursing work of that  orguniatntion.    D. T. Sci-lmgeour made  a capital chairman, and there was an  abundance of good   things  to  eat  U������  close procceedlngs.  D.D.G.M. Visk������  There was n line turnout of members and visiting brethren ba Wednesday night when H.W. Bro. Major  Midhiadaylno, D.D.G.M.. of District No.  ft  paid   nn   official   visit  to   Creston  For Saub���������-Team of work horses,  weight about 1100 ths.. aged 4 and6  years.   Bobt. Moore, Creston,  Easter Sale!  The Ladies' Aid   of Trinity  United Church  are having  their Easter Sale of  Plain and Fancy Sewing  Easter Novelties  Home Cooking  Candy  in the  United Church Basement  mWL H      ^h ������������Mt SBffi 111  II bh W  3 to 5.30 p*m.  ...      .  H*"  mc    ������.������_^v_,.������.aa.    aaaa(a)aa.w  was conferred and W.iM. 8. A. Speer*  jIFTEBNOOH TEA SERVED  Everybody Welcome 1 y  THE   BETVTETW;   CJRESTON,   B.   C.  Expedition Discovers  Ancient Dinosaur  Eggs  jMeii   Traversed   T:<ho  Thousand "Miles I  _v_r ^Jnmapped   Territory   In  Ay Mongolia '  Forty'dinosaur >ggs estimated lo beaten    million    years    oTcl    have*    been. ,  brought to San Francisco by ilio. Roy [  Chapman-Andrews expedition  to.TVlon-1  golia.      "Mr. Andrews, when inter view- ,  ed, confirmed  the theory that  all   life i  "originated in an  Asiatic  plateau  now j  the. Gobi Desert,  from which the people of the "earth migrated all over the  world.      The expedition, he said, traversed five thousand  miles, two thous-  of  which   were   over  unmapped   territory.      The expedition found ihe fossilized     skull    of  a   two-horned   beast  probably millions  of years old.  EE,S������NQFf  James Oliver Garwood  * -     *  *  FOR  THAT  _    _*_���������_���������    - -Tfl ______/! Ji  'Dim %jmu  YOU    MUST   TAKE  Keep your horses working with  "SPOHV'S." .Standard remedy tor 32 years, for "Distemper.  Strangles, Influenza, Coughs and  Colds. Give to sick and those exposed. Give "SPOHN'S" for Dog Dis-  afresh to" McTaggart's lips,! temper. Sold byyour druggist. If not,  .     , - ���������*" order from us. Two aizesTvlarge end  m   a   Wide      Circle     and      CUT    ������-*���������"!. .Write for free booklet on dlieaaaa  SPOKN MEDICAL CO.Dcat 21 C0SHR4.MJ0.  A LOVE EPIC OF THE FAR HOU-TH  ' Copyright, 3917. by Doubleday,   Page   &   Co.  TBAKEE, SON OF KAZAN." a Vitagr apirPicture, With Wolf, the War Dog.  is an Adaptation of This Story  mtmM/eMPwm&i  is a   tool.    It  is  a_dog."      And   then,  after a moment, he uttered in a voice  SYNOPSIS  It was iu the winter  breed found in the snow  Baree, the wolf-dog. He reported to  McTaggart, the factor, that he had  seen prints larger than those of "a fox,  and the "factor's.'suspicions were aroused. Baree had been his enemy. He  had tried to kill the dog and the dog  ling fact that Baree could sense  that a hali'-j the presence of poison even when it  footprints of' waa most ..skillfully injected into the  frozen "carcass -of a deer. Foxes ana  wolves ate of flesh from which his  ���������supersensitive power of detecting the  presence of deadly .danger turned him.  away.       So he   passed   Bush   McTag-  had inflicted wounds ou him.      More-.        ,, . ,,.,,.._ ,���������,  over, McTaggart had shot Pierrot, the i %*rt s   poisoned   tidbits,   sniffing  them  lrapper, who was Baree's master, and; on the way, and leaving the story of  caused   the   animal   to   be   separated  from Xepeese, the trapper's daughter,,  his suspicion In the manner of his  footprints in the snow. -Where McTaggart had hatted at midday to cook  his dinner Baree made these same cautious circles with his feet.  -a  was not as skillful as Eierl-e Eustach  in keeping the scent 6T his hands from  the traps and ''houses,*" and every now  and then the .smell of him was strong  in "Baree's nose. This, wrought* in  Baree a swift and definite antagonism,  a "steadily increasing hatred where a  few   days   before   hatred-was   almost  ^CHAPTER  XXV.���������Continued:  The next day saw the beginning of  the'Nitcaggle that was to. follow between the wits of man and beast. To  Baree the encroachment of Bush McTaggart's trap-line was not Avar; ' it  was existence. "it was to furnish him  food, as Pierrot's' line had furnished  hi in food for many week's. But. he  sensed the fact, that in this instance  he was law-breaker and had an enemy  ���������to outwit. Mad it'been good hunting  weather" be  might  have  gone .on,  for  the unseen hand that was' guiding his j putation which dojes '..iiot "quite achieve  wanderings was drawing him ��������� slowly i the . distinction of reason, and .wliich  but rarely back to the old braver pond j is not altogether instinct, but which  -ind the Gray Loon. At it wa.*, with ; produces results that might be as crib-'  the .snow de-rp Hnd soli under him���������so j ed to either. Baree did not add two  deep thai in places he plunged into land two together to make four; he did  ii over his cars���������McTaggart's trap-line \ not go back step by step to prove to-  wn.s like a trail of mamma made for liis ; himself that the man to whom this  speciut Lis������i, lie followed in the -Fae-1 trap-line, belonged..was the cause of all  tor's snows hoe tracks, and in the third | his griefs and. troubles���������but he did  ti-ip killed u rabbit. When In? "had j find himself possessed of a deep and  Iini .-ill od wiih If. nothing but the hair j yearning-hatred. '��������� McTaggart was the  and erimspn pa H: Ires of blood lay upon lone creature except the wolves that  lite .-.now. Starved for many . days. \he had ever hated- it was McTaggart  hi-- was filled wiih a wolfish hunger,: who had hurt him. McTaggart who,  ;md If-fore ihe day was over lie robbed ��������� had hurt  Pierrot, McTaggart who had  j scarcely louder  than  a whisper,  "her  dog."  He went, on travelling in the trail  of the dog. A new excitement possessed him that was more thrilling  than the -excitement of the hunt. Being human, iixwas his privilege to add  two and two together, and out of two  and two. he made���������Baree. There was  little doubt in his. mind. The ..thought  had flashed on him first when Lerue  had mentioned- the black wolf. He  was convinced after his examination  of the tracks. They wore the trades  of a dog, and the dog was black. Then  lip caine to. the first trap that had been  robbed of its bait. '     .- :���������;���������  Under his breath lie cursed. Tlie  bait was .gone, and the trap was  unsprung. : ;:-���������; "The.'���������;.. sharpened stick  that had transfixed the bait was pulled out clean-..: :    ,, - ,      *  All that" day Bush McTaggart'--followed a ttair where Baree had left  traces   of his  presence.,     Trap  after  thick bankslan swamp. Baree kept  with the wind. " Now and then ���������he���������  caught the scent of bis pursuer; a  dozen times he waited until the other  [~was so close he 'cojuld hear the snap  oi. brusji, pr the metallic click of "t*wtgs  against - hi������ rifle barrel. And then,  "with a sudden inspiration that brought  tbe curses  he swung  straight back for the trap-hue. When  the Factor reached the line, along toward noon, Baree had already begun  bis work. lie had .killed and eaten  | a rabbit;. he bad robbed three traps  in the distance ot a mile, and he was  headed again straight over the trap-  line for Post Lac Bain.  It was the fifth day that Bush McTaggart returned to his post. lie was  in an ugly mood. Only "Valence of  the Tour Frenchmen was there, and -it  Valnce who heard 'his"story, and afterward heard him cursing Marie. She  came into the store -a little^ later, big-  eyed and frightened, one .of her "cheeks  flaming: red wiTere McTaggart had  struck her. "vV*-hile*- the storekeeper  was getting her the canned" salmon  McTaggart wanted for his dinner^ Valr  once found the opportunity to whisper softly in hei* ear:    ������->  "M'sieu Lerue has -trapped a silver  fox," he said with low triumph. "He  loves you, mon ami, and he will have  a splendid catch by spring���������and sends  you this message ,1'roin his cabin up  on The "Little Black Bear'With No  Tail: Be ready to fly when the soft  snows come!"  Marie did not look at him; but  she heard, and her eyes shone  so like stars when the young - storekeeper gave her the salmon that he  said to Valence, when she had gone:.  ''Blue Death, but she is still beautiful at times, Valence!" '.  To which Valence nodded with* an  odd smile.  -> (To be continued)  :i/Zzk  HORSE'S  MijtES  ���������'I'layr^-j  Boy (to sister).���������."Mrs. Grubbs sent  yer four big apples, Milly, for takin'  care of *er baby. I ate two and lost  one, and Billy pinched tbe other. Mind  -era     -m ���������j.-oj-*.   j x-*-**     *3*-**~-n     I-**- ���������  ~Vst  urn*  EYES  IBJMTATEn  BV  SUKWINUDUST &CINDERS  MCOMfcENDID 4-SOLD BY DRUGGISTS 6-OPI1CIAN*.  *c������ra xoil _.*.������* Rve cam book, hu-ijh co.cuica<x>,cw  MmrBM.  st-filfiiBies  With the  Cream left in!  Free Recipe Book���������  Write the Borden Co.  Limited,   Montreal,  ������T. C *T.24  PERFECT MEDICINE  ''���������- FOR LITTLE ONES  McTag-.made  tin"  bail   from  a  full   dozen of  sun's   traps Three   Iini-  1 > 11 i s r > ri - h; i i r .-���������venison **5r caribou fat in  ill"     heart'     'iT    whieh  was  a   dose  of  .-��������� v. riinine.   and   < aeh   time   hi.-   keen  i.o.-i :-H.--.   .!  h.i ���������!   mrm  ii-eivii  lhe  iliati   one*  danger.  riot������>lI   th  Pi������rrot  '   a ma;*.-  CARRIED  WIFE TO BED  Suffered So She Could Not  Walk.    Restored to Health  by Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  .\*inr.....ntf, Ontario.   - *T am a. prac-  ti'-fii rvtirs*- and 1  recomrnen<l Lydia  K. PJnkiiam'HV'e^i'tal)!**Compound to  ;j'.!'f>'rin������j irrifflon.     Fa,)* O,rr*** months  j was ������Jrn(jKt liolploHS and  could not  Kit at the table lon^ enough to drink  h cup of xaa.    Many a time rny hux-  l>and cai*rie������l rnc to' be*l, I would be  so u-e'sk.     Then  i.e. n-ad in the tiaper*  of ai  w'������"fian  Hufl'erinj? a*- J  d}<l who  i^ux, be tU. rafter taking the Vuffetabh*.  ' 'otnpounfl, iw.- Iw went and pjot it Tor  jno.    When I had taken three bottles  i   \\;\y.   just   !ikn  a now woman and  !i:ive had splendid health evfi* yince.  IV lien 1  iV'i'l any liearnuj-fifiwii   puius  I   always take-'it; uo me times ,i half  buttlo or vvhaU-vy-r I m.-ed.     It i'i  my  only tnfrrlii'ini' and I have U-ld -nany a  ono i.boot  i1,  ' Any one wanting to  kiio'.v inortr about a._vibu 17 ['i:jj.'naii.'.>  \'ct*nlnbU*  <>>tvipi*'i'md.   I will  gladly  ���������atit-* to her.     I do all I can t.<i rftc-  omm-'-rid it   for T  fe������*l  1 ov,t  my bTo  and  -"tr-flnuth   to   it."   ���������   Mrs.   N'l'.Ai-  i'illW^lilC.   IC. i..    i,   .illlH..*il!i-.i,   OjiUitic,  r>*-������ you fori l������rokon-dowrn, n^rvuri;!.  nnd weak Horn^tinK'-*"? Do yon hav?.-  th:* horrid f^'-linK'''" '"*"���������*"������* which ���������*ome-  time������ romM to women whom they are  not -v-H? l.ydi.'i K. Pinkh'un's V'etf-  /-t.-ibl*'" Compound fa eN-eelb-ni to l.-ike  ut. -.nrh a tir������.r-. II. .-jbvv.\y.". hMp.i, ;*r������f!  iT takrn rop-nl'-Hy and per-*:Hivntly  will ri'Tinvc thi** cornlition. c  \'i     y,     i'.    i-'i i  trap he found.--.robbed. On -the lake  1 he came upon the mangled wolf. From  forgotten. There is, perhaps, in the ��������� 'tlie first ^isfcurbing excitement of his  animal mind a processor simple com-' disc0very7of Baree's.. presence*;his humor changed slowly-1o one of rage,  and- his rage^ incre^ed; as the day  dragged out. He was not unacquainted with four-footed robbers of the  tr.rp-lme, but usually a wolf or a fox  or - a dog who had grown adept in  thievery" troubled only a few traps.  But in this case-Baree was travelling  straight from trap to trap, and bis  footprints in the snow-showed that he  stopperl at each. '   . .,-'.'  At dusk he reached the shack Pierre  Eustach had; built midway of his line,  and took inventory oE his fur. It was  not more than a third of a catch; the  lynx was half ruined,��������� a mink -,yas  torn completely in two. The second  day. he found still greater ruin, still  more barren traps. '-y: He "was "like a  madman. When he arrived at the  second cab.'n. late In the afternoon,  Baree's tracks were not an hour old  In the suov\-.. Three times during  the night he.heard the dog howling.  The third day McTaggart did not  return to Lac Bain, but began a cautious hunt for Baree, An inch or two  of fresh snow liad fallen, .and as IE to  lake even greater measure of vengeance from his man-enemy. Baree  had loft footprints freely within a  radius ol a bundled yards of the cabin.  II was bait' an hour before McTaggart  could pick out the straight trail, and  he  followed  this for .two hours Into n  him lose his belov.ed Nepeese-  be  struck ; and ."McTaggart was here-on this trap-  ie!  line! Il" be had been wandering before, without object or destiny, he waa  given a mission iioav. U was to keep  to ilie traps. To food himseir. Ami  to vent his haired and his vengeance  as  he  lived.  Tho soeo&d- day, in-the centre of a  lake, bo came upon the body of a wolf  lhai   bad  died   of   one  of  the   poison-  , bails.'    For a ha If-hour he mauled the  -dead  boast until its skin was torn in  ribbons.      He  did not  taste the flesh.  ] Fi was rp-ni&nanl. to him.      If was hi.s  i vengeance    on     the wolf breed.      lie  ; stopped   when   ho   was   lialf   a   dozen  miles irom Lae Bain, ami turned back.  Ai   t lil.--; pari'.on In r point, the line eross-  j ed a  I'ro/.i'ii. si iT-am beyond which wn.s  ' opon plain, titul over thai: plain carno���������  [ when  tho wind was right ��������� the smoke  ^uni   suii'll  of  iln>   Post.       The 's������-cond  jiiltjlii   Fiiiivc lay with a full -.tomacb in  j a.  liiieket or bank pi an  pine;   tlio third  | day  Im   wiih  iravelHng wOHlwnrd   over  S : lie  I rap-lhv again,  Jviuly on ihi.--, morning Ibisli McTug-  j .;an iijufed our lo gather his catch,  7-jnd '.viierc In* crossed llie stream six  | rnlle.-i 1'rrnn |.jj<: U;������in he first toiw  : liar--i-"s ii-,*i(.:|-!M. ��������� lie !���������!topped lo (���������"'���������  i ainin-'-  iluiii   wirh   sudd(.'i)  and unvij-uul  i  i Irtii'i ������-��������� i,   lulling  al   la.'-!   *������u   libs  kneoi*,  ������������������ whipping oil'  ilie   *.lov;-  fjoui  his   rlj-hl.  ���������hand,  aud   r-'eliim-'   up  a   siiil-'h*   hub'.  "'I"be  hill-'!.'   woll'!"  II"    iiioi .j|    ihe   \vjii(Js,    In    :ui    odd,  haul    ,ia_r:i.  anrl   tovoliHilailly   Ills   eyei-,  .*ui.'i"il   -iiio^hl   ui i li" direciion  of the  ''!:"      I.ooi. .Mtaj-r   I hni,   even   mop'  eiu-i'lutl'.   lli.'UJ   liel'O.'e,  be i-Sii 111 ilu -ll  Olle  or  I he  ilmrK   biM"i'f:M."d  irjirICJ-3  hi  the  1  ,i i jo vi,' When     be    i'umj    lo    h*.->    i'f<'i  i ��������� '  i iln'i'c   "���������.,<"  In   Ii7   In-"   Hie  Imol.   ml   one  lv. ho    luol   niad'e   -ill    i|llple;>..iilit    <H-"rov  Baby's Own Tablets Should be in  ""Every Home Where There  7 Arc Children  The perfect medicine for little ones  is found in Baby's Ow:n" Tablets. They  are a gentle but- thorough laxative  which regi^lat,e J^he .bowels, s"\yeeten the  stomach; drive out -constipation and  indigestion; brealc up colds and sim  pie fevers and promote healthful refreshing ' sleep. It is impossible for  Baby's Own Tablets to harm even the  new-born, babe; as they are absolutely  guaranteed free from opiates or any  other injurious drug.  Concerning the Tablets, Mrs., Alex.  J. Perry, Atlantic, N.S., writes:���������-**L  always keen Baby'syOwn Tablets in  the house for the children, as I. have  found them, a perfect medicine for little   on.es." ->' 7'    ..  '.';."������������������-. .���������'.:���������  Baby's Own Tablets are sold by  Medicine dealers or by malj at 2b  cents a box from* The Dr. AVilHams  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont. *  If COUGHS AND COLDS  INTERFERE WfiTH  BUSINESS  Stop -them  with  pilitip*iRili  yfirEDjISpRU-feiWGJoyStl  A Vegetable Preparation than  |g-_<7������f ^n^icfe   results  without]  dragging the system " .   * " N . f      *  ^ohZZ?ZA-q[-WZfs!^  "Didn't    I    tell    you    to.get white  bread?"  "That's   white   bread,   mom,   but   I  dropped it onthe way home."  erv  ihrui'i'-iil   hi  TROUBLED WITH  Scalp Inflamed; Hair Fell  Out. Cuticura Heals.   ��������������� * I,  '* My daughter <<*r-8 troubled with  ec-M-mn for three year*. It broke ont  on tbe back of her head and her  hair all fell out. The ccxemn. scaled  over and her scalp w*B red and Inflamed. It was very painful and the  irritation n._. night kept my daughter  awake.  "A friend told me about CutlciTra  Soap and Ointment ������o I purchased  ttonue and within u. week, there v.810  n decided Improvement. I pur  chased mom and utter using two  boxes of Cuttcum Olntsnent, to-  K������rther with the Cutlcura Soap, ahe  wa*j coniplrt-ely healed." <Signed)  Mm, John Donovan, t-ewlirton,  J.'hin., June U, 11.2-fl.  Use Cutlcura for oil u"kintroubles.  Motihers Value this Oil.-���������Mothers  who know how suddenly croup may  seize their children and how necessary prompt action Is in applying relief, always keep at hand a supply of  Dr. Thomas' Eelectrlc Oil ,becaitse experience has taught.,them that this is  an excellent preparation for the treatment of this ailment. And'they are  wise, for its various uses render It a  valuable medicine...  A  BROKEN   DOWN   SYSTEM.  Thls.is a coriciilion (or dis aselto wliich doctors  give many nameB, but which few of them really  , underatand. Itissimply weakness-a breakdown.  as it were, ofthe vital forces that snsta'nthesjs-  tem. Not-"atterwhatma>beitscauses'tlj-.yare  alniost numberlest), its symptoms are" much the  'same; the more prominent being ������leei>I*ssneR*.  sense of piosiratlon or weariness, depression of  BDirits and wan! of energy for all the ordinary ���������  anairaoflife. NoWB-whutalonc is absolutely esscji-  tial in allsuchcasesisincreasedvitality���������^Ifionr,  vital strength and energy to, throw ofi these  morbid feelings, und as night succeeds the day '  this maybe more certainly secure d by a course of  THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY.  thwijay.apy other known coinbinallon. Sosuiely ,  ;��������������� it ia taken in accorda ncc with tli������ directionsac-''  cortw-anylnKit.willtheshatteredhralthberestored ,  THE EXPIRING LAfWP OF LIFE  1        LIGHTED   Uf>  AFRESH.  andanewesistencelmpartedii- place of-vliat had  so lately seemed worn-out, nuediip.and valueless. :  ThlsAVonderful msdlcamentis SMitableforallafC3  coiJMltutlonEandcondltlonfl.ineitherfex; nndit  ii (llfticnlt to iinuglnea disease or deranfttmont  whoae main feature is weakness, that will not  l)������ R-peedily aiyl permanently overcome by-this  recui.en'tlv������6itence,whichlxd������Miriediocasli������lo  .clilivioji everything; that had preceded it for this  wide-spread&mimerau*claBsoftiuirtanailtrj-*nt'~.  Snlal by ]e������.llti|������C!_-)n)lKt-, or eitherNo.rf>tl������ritir,Bllfrovj  , l������M-UCl.UBCM*d.Co.lIuveriU)clj Re], N.W,JfcLondon  Little Helps For This Week  Lei this wind be in you which wns  also 1n Chrlat Jesus.���������Phil. ii., 5.  . Teach me, then.  To harmonize tho discord or my life.  And Ktop the gainful',jangle of IhoBO  wires  This J a a task ImposBihle, until  You tune your heart-strings to -n higher key  Than earthly melodies.  ���������Longfellow:  Michel Atigelo.  *\V_! cannot gather too much or'the  Chiistinn spirit���������the spirit of forbearance unci peace and sacrifice; the  spirit of brotherhood and charity; ihe  s.ph*it of purity and devotion to TTIm  through whom come all that, render*.  Wo' noble ami Irue.���������Horatio N. Pow-  ers.  l-BiO'di". u corn Ih bo1K riisliy nnd Int-f-  I'octlve.      It Is much better to use Uol-  loway'H Corn llemover and  eradieafej  them onllrc'y.  lMal|:  ll������-1 ���������  It.-,  1,1 I Ji.'  I!  _Ut_*v*l_i Kauib  Vi'M ������y IHbktl.   AdiliniiH, I'anmlU.n  I iwl-   nwtwitJ^aaUHi. f.W_, mmmimmi.'   HVhw, Htmv  v.tf, i>iii1.k*������,������ tj������ nr*! *4������i. 'Joir-im *������.*.  CuUrur*. Shm.tlag Sll-U  Gc.  Sand IIuHon, In Yorhshhv, hits  ihiH'iJ! ruilroaact lihtlkuiM utid only foilp  traltiH a <lay.  Minard'c   L'nlment   tj>r   Grippe  f-x ^M^^m^^w  ^SM l ^)p^W,r  DBESTON,   B.   0,  s  G5i3  Contirvoil .''do-dan**.  with Internal ai������_Uclne  iij>������et** dullest a IHtte  atopaacha. Treat colds  externally with Vicks.  Yea" Just rub it on..--  8^ff*i. i-*i .it ^pa  CftS  VapoRub  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Impressed With South Africa  The favorable impressions received,  by- the Prince of Wales during his recent tour of Souti*. Africa/ s,eem to  have had an influence on his brother,  Prince Henry.. The London Daily,Express prints a dispatch from'/Cape  Town saying it is reported -there, tliat  Prince Henry has applied for an appointment -on the staff of Tils unclothe Earl of Athlone, who is' governor-  general" of South Africa.  RFA11T1EV IT 1IIITU  UU1UIII8    ii    Sffllll  i.  The founding pf a chair, fbr music  in the University of Manitoba, is being promoted by the Manitoba Music  Teachers' Association. . _      ..-.*���������  * Sir William Henry D. Haggard,. SO,  brother of the late Sir Rider Haggard,  the novelist, is dead al Meatone,  France. Sir William * entered 'the  British diplomatic service- in 1S69. ���������  ;Sergius    Sinavsky,    a" professional  spy,   charged  by  the state -"villi  causing the death-or betrayal. of;.:i,35: revolutionists, was  sentenced  to* df-ath in  "Russia. .       *��������� - ���������,-**.  Official figures - reveal- that more  than 1,500,000 tourists visited lialy  during the year. ' -Mary- were* attracted by the t'esitivities in --connection  with Holy Year.       ' -. *  The Canadian National Bail ways-has  signed -a. contract'\vitli the 'British  Empire Steel Corporation to take (500,-.  00,0 tons oiy-coal from the' Nova Scotia  mines.  llftMlD DYES"  Just   Dip    to.   Tint   or'  Boil  r    to Dye^    *���������  Each   15-cent  paek-  fegc     contains    direc-'  tions ,ao   simple   any,  woman can "tint soft,  ; delicate shades or dye  rich, permanent colors"  in" lin^ef"ie, silks, rib-  " bons,*..'skirts,-  waists,  dresses,'-, coats,   stockings,   sweaters,   drap-  ., cries, coverings, hang-'  __ ings ��������� everything!  * Buy Diamond Dyes���������no other kind���������  and tell your druggist whether, the material you wish to color is wool or silk, or  whether it is linen, cotton or mixed  goods.  /���������TV Make Aviation Safe  Anti-Stall 3'iventions Are Expected to  Prevent Accidents  Hurry orders have been sent to an  aeroplane factory for the completion  of the planes which are to be used In  two inventions which, it is hoped, will  ma���������������" aviation sdfer.  a.        " ,  'jEme Invention"��������� is "the Cierva autogyro, or windmill, which is being pu!  into two big planes with 400/ horsepower engines. . It is thought that  the' Spanish indention will enable an  aeroplane to come safely to earth even  in a,.thick fog. - "The other invention  is -the Savage-Bransom anti-stall gear,  which will be fitted to cne of the new  Imperial airway 16 seater planes. This*  apparatus operates the control lever.of  a plane*"when flying a*t a dangerously  low -speed, and prevents stalling of the  motor and tlie plane from going Into a  nose dive.   ...  Illil^^illll^.  'W^m^MW^M^  Wash with Zam-Buk Medicinal Soap.  OUR CROSSWORD PUZZLE   I  T  Site CouSdn't Sleep  Heart Was So Bad  . Mrs. J. ID'. McGliatock, Charlotte-  town,~P._fc_X, writes:���������"About"-a year  ago I was greatly troubled :wltk my  heart;       - ..  I could not sleep at night, and "was  bo nervous I imagined that I Could  see every-thing' in "the room; moving,  and would have to turn on the lights -  before I" could get to sleep.  After baying read of your  , .-��������� * '&������IusiveJ>aUcn$s \  Itook several boxes of tli.eni) and  can now get.a full night's sleep wifh-;  out any trouble, and feel fine in every .  way." ,   - ---' ~\   ",  H., &   N.,Pills"- have   been   on   ihre  market   for 'the' past   32   years,-   all  dealers sell thorn; put up only by. The -  T. Milburn Co., Lixuitedi Toronto, Ont.  Want  Western   Dairy   Association  Formation    of    a    Western Canada  Djiirymen*s_Association to embrace the  four western province/-was- advocated  yat;.";tlie- annual ymeeting 0 C, the British  ^Columbia Dairymen's. Association  Imeetiug at New Westminster.''  Girls f Good Health Adds  Tti ^pinr Personality---  Makes You Attractive  To Men!   .. -:-.���������..::  Crossed Africa In Auto  v  Party  Took "Trip To  Map  Out Trans-  * port-Routes  Major Court-Treatt, of the Britisii  army, his wife and four European companions, rode into Cairo, Jan. 24, in  automobiles, in which they had travelled the -whole length of Africa from  Cape Town. ���������   '  Their 7,000-mile trip was undertaken with the object of mapping out  transport routes tlwough darkest  Africa, to help fulfill the cherished ambitions of Cecil Rhodes.  -��������� - r  The party left Cape Town, September 23, 1924, and encountered many*  difficulties and" perils from wild animals.  Pain Io Her Back  Has All Gone  Ontario. Lady Used Dodd's Kidney  Pills With Beneficial  Results  Smart Example  Flare  Mrs.' G.   Fowler  had  Suffered  for Six  *-Months   with   Backache   and   Found  ���������Relief in Dodd's Kidney {'ills.  Arthur, Ont. ���������'(Special). ��������� Mrs.  Grace J. -Eowler, a-"well-known resi-  dent'here is very satisfied with Dodd's*  Kidney Pills.    ***  "I have used several boxes of  ."Dodd's Kidney Pills and "found great  relief In them,"..Mrs. Fowler states.  "I have suffered with' backache for sis  months.. - JL .friend "of mine bad told  me about Dodd's Kidney" Pills, so I decided to give them a.trial. I have  taken six boxes and the "pain in my  back and across my kidneys has all  gone.    ,1 am very thankful to you."  Mrs. Fowler's troubles' came -from  the kidneys. Dodd's Kidney Pills act  directly ou the kidneys. They put  them in shape to strain all the impurities out of the blood. Without pure  blood there can be no good health. Insist on having Dodd's, the kidney"pill  your- neighbours use..  Women are seldom what they ..seeni  -and they are glad or it.  ���������'$.  '"���������.  Satin-once more asserts its charm  and lends its lustre^ to" the graceful  lines of this afternoon frock, whose  slim bodice more than meets its match  in a full rippling tunic. Fastening at  the front beneath'a tie, and molded to  the figure, the "distinguishing feature  of this charming model is the circular  se.t.-on flounce -dropping to. form a Y  at tho centre front. The sleeves are  long and tight, flaring softly over the  hand. The front and hack of this  frock are plain and In one piece, the  flounce being finished separately tind  joined to the dress al'tor it Is made up.  The. diagram shows just how the  pieces go together, and No. 12RI Ik In  sizes 31, 3G, ,38, 10 and 12 Inches bust.  SI**.** 36 bust requires CH yards 36-inch,  or 3% yard- 54-Inch material. Pri*t.a  20 cents.  .Many stylos of smart apparel may  he found in our new Fashion Book,  Our designers originate their'pattern's  in the heart of the style* centres, and  their creations are those ol! fosted  popularity, brought within tho moans  of tho average woman. Prion of tho  hook'10 centa tho copy. ���������'  Help for Asthma. ' Neglect gives  asthma great advantage. The trouble,  once it has secured a foothold, fastens  its grip on the bronchial passages tenaciously. Dr. .T. D. Kellog's Asthma  Remedy is daily benefiting.cases of  asthma ..of long standing.* Years of  suffering, however, might havo been  prevented had the remedy been used,  when the trouble was pi its , first  stages. Do not neglect asthma, but  use this preparation at once.  1-  7-  13-  14-  16-  17-  1S-  20-  21-  22-  23-  25-  26-  27-  29-  31-  34-  35-  39-  40-  41-  42-���������:  43-  '"*-  48-  49-  51-  52-  Horizontal  -Man's name. ���������  -Perverts.     I  -A medley.  -A   three-master    _ es-,  sel. ]  -Yellow of an egg. i  -A plant.  -Bears witness.  -A sash (Jap).  rPart of the verb "to  be."  -Filth.  -Sound of a horn.  -Indefinite article.  -Italia l river.  -God      of      the      sea  Norse myth).  -An interjection.  -Telling lies.   _.  -December (abbr.).  -To measure.  -Pertaining to the day  before.  -Directed one's course  -Close to."  -An animal disease or  plague..  ���������Preposition.  Fractured.  For nothing.  ���������A yearly record.  ���������A writing fluid.  ���������To    carry   away (as  property).  South latitude (abbr)  s 53���������  53  55-  56-  53-  60-  62-  63-  65-  G7-  6S-  70-  71-  73-���������:  Correct   reasoning.  Senior (abbi*.).,  For shame  (inlerjec  tion).   -  A minced oath.  -A group o'f tiiree. "-  -To execute.  -To cut off.   *^  -Narcotics. _  -A drink.  -A canal (New York).  -To implant.  -Healthy.     "  -A    repeated    phrase  nius.).  Irritated.    .  IS���������A three-toed sloth.  19���������Thus.  22���������Do not (cont.).  P24���������Conjunction  of  coui-  j parison.  j 26���������Short     metal     cyiin-  Vertical  1-  "2-  3-  ��������� 4-  5-  6-  S-  9-  10-  11-,  12-  15-  -Vfrtuously.  -A mineral salt.  -A bond.  -Preposition.  -Additional.      _  -Saturated"    with  liquid.  -Pertaining  to  bodily  motion (dancing).  -Performer.  -Next to.  -A card game.  -Place  of   Napoleon's  first exile.  -Flayed.  -To exist."  I ders.  j 2S ���������Working   parts   as  a  j -   " whole.  30���������One   who   audits   accounts.  32���������To long for/  . 33���������Paired.  135���������-Jm. style."  j 36���������Guardian spirits.  j 3S���������To move rapidly;  j 39���������False hair. ;5 _  43���������A schemer.  44���������A vegetable.   7  46���������-Too.  47���������Pried into other peo-  -    pie's affairs (colloq.).  49���������An antiseptic.  5C���������A young cat.  53���������A stone.  54���������A Grecian island.  57���������Old time  (poet).  59���������To depart.  61���������Part of-the verb "to  be."  62���������To give out.  64���������Seed of an apple.  66���������Con junction.  67-���������A-xuate.'--  69���������Comparative 7en,ding.  71���������"Height (abbr.).'  Ans\v:c.r?itby Eisi'Weejc's Puzzle  -*   ,       N  '*",.���������. '-'-I?;, is*: :���������;.:.������. ,.,>..  All the salaries and wages received  in. a year In U.S. are estimated to .total  about .f;32,000,000,000.  Bright ej/es, ������ clear complexion, rosy  checksr animation,  maUe   for beauty*  ������very time.    A Well woman ia nlwaya  beautiful.   , ���������^*"  Take a bottle or two of that well-  known herbal Tonic, which has stood  the test of time, nrfmcly,  Dr������ Pierce's  Golden Medical  Discovery.  TIiouaiml������ in ������vcry Provhict !t*v* lt������tifa������������l  that ir.ntcaJ of litJnjjt t'tuJe, -weak *lul tti������d thlw  DUcovatsry b*v������ ll.em tcjicv. e<l Vitality,  All DruUtfUU  lt\ either fluid or tablet form.  How To   Order  Patterns  Address���������Winnipeg -Newspaper Union,  175 McDermpt Aye.. Wlnnlpog  Pattern No  .Size.,..........  Name  ji rovinco    *������������������ha.������^������ *,** *���������������������������.*_*���������������������  Send 20c coin or Btampa  (wrap coin  **������rvr������iTnl*v1  VV.    x.  I'.  t r. 11  Ntin^i-d'a   Liniment   for   froat-bit������n  I Self ������������������ Poisoning  Incteasmg.iy  Common  i Modem Living Habits _*ro-j  mote Self -��������� Poisoning; ���������  Thousands are Victims  The average man or woman docs not  ijnjoy consistent good health. Loss of  appetite, hcatlaclicji, liilio(ibii*-.sa uiul a  lack of enthusiasm for.cither work or  play arc com'tant complaints.  Sclent ist-d have.asccrtained that such  a condition''is usually caused by sclf-  pdisoning resulting from constipation.  '" Due to modem living habits, the  natural .secretion which promotcft Regular elimination py softening the bdWcl  contents, in often deficient���������especially  among middle-aged people. The ^okou  from wantc matter remnining in the  systems of people thu������ affected ia t\\a  inBidioiii enemy of pood health.--*  Such people need Nujol, because  Nujol Koftens tlie wa*te matter and  permits thorough and regular bowel  elimination without overtaxing the  intestinal muscles. It 'helps Nature  help you.  Anfc your druggist for Nujol to-d������y���������-  Mlicl    ir;i������icnl'uLj?   <oa.it..    tut1    ii������<*    n.mm  "Nujol" in red on both bottle label  and pacLa^.".  Was No,t RiBceiving ..  Instalment Collectpr.-^is your father  home?' Small daughter.���������Wliat Es  your nameu please? Instalment Collector.���������Just tell him that it is his. old  friend Bill. Small Daughter.���������Then  he isn*t in, because I heard htm tell  mother that if any'bills came he'Wasn't  at home.���������Brolclyri Eaglo1. '"",'"  Conquers Bad Breath  and is Popular Again  A   Tested   Rqdlpe   Fo*������*T4j.i������r Favorite  B  Who Miioe8n4.i* iiiro  'A*  o    cakes?  1. cupfut"Borden's> St*'CKliirlgHk$im.  1. cu^Culylyater, *i^ hfci-^  *&������Z  2 tabIe^"P0Qn fills melt rd hut tor  I egg, weil^beaton.  3 cupfuls white flour.     "s  1 teaspoonful salt,   ,.  4 teaspd^^ulss^baking powder  2 tablospoon/'ulW sugar.  ComH'ri-" ', the \ml!5; and  "aVUl.t'l',      i.dd  J       ������   5������  1 ,,. *4S  tho Bhortcnlng,:angar anrtfhe egg. and  beat Ijjiyttie dry Ingredient** wbich have  been uitted toieothor.     Beat thoroughly anil fry ns usual on a slightly oiled j  griddle or on an unoilcd aluminum or |  soapatono griddle.   It very thin cakes'  aro dOBlred, add two mora tuplespoon-  fuls of St. Charles mill- and water.  Mlnard'* Liniment relieve* headach*  /'The "-Jay I startt-1 taking "Carter's  tattle Liver Pills," saj-s Mr. John,A.  Perry of New York City, "my habituat  bad hreath and bad stomach stopped.  2 !>to..ttgly recommend them tt> all iluuke  a.*Tak������c4 wlmrn. ilicjt u^ciy Iriaiul-Ie.-. 1  jn**ure yon that my own case was a  bad one, causing me untold emUarrass-  mmr* and Carter's helped me right  from the start,"  Had breath comes from sour stomach'  and can o-ually be relieved quickly by  Carter's Little Liver Pillt.  They are iTonilerful for constipation,  sick-headache and indige������tton and they  physic the rp*ti*m in ������ rnild and gentle  ui.iuiicr, nu iMii mlict cuttiiia  Recommended and for ������������1e by nil  drag; ������tor<c ���������B_E33*������B SBVSSW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued, evsry Friday at Oreston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance.  83.0ft tt, "U.S. points.  O;. F". HAVSas, Editor and Owner.  UHESTON. B.C., PKIDAY. MAR. 28  "  ���������!.���������u?_-ii���������'.-'-^ '.:��������� "i ���������"���������   ..'"'":���������" ���������_.:'��������� '������������������,.���������  ,':; y, ?_���������:���������������������������-" '.t  V������gr_to&__ Planting  head, Hanson, and' Giant Crystal  Head.  , Tomato. "We have to depend on  a quieMy maturing tomato^ *here,  and for this purpose find the best  to be Alacrity, Eariiana, and Burbank. In.favorable seasons Bonnie Best does well-/ Danish Expert  although rather small, is recom-  mended for shape and~ smoothness.  -T  Local and Personal  ������sDr. Wilson Herald,   ear,   nose   and  threat specialist, will   be   in   Crestoi-u \  March 26 and^27.  ^=_������---_-_" _ui ���������_._: __._ ant__^4.__ Tj_J_ ������_.������_������  niuiery auuiwi lico wjr vtnvuu uuu uuu.  Gun Olub. The season on Summit  Cre-siS will not   Opvii uutii ���������*������  In connection with the season *s  planting o������ vegetables Jos. Heath,  a former well ikriown resident of  Qreston, now with the Dominion  Experimental Farm at Invermere,  has issued a bulletin that should  be of considerable value to local  growers. Dealing with varieties,  his recommendations are as foi  lows:  Potatoes. For earliest planting  Early Ohio, Early Bose and Irish  Cobbler are recommended. Main  crop and late, Wee MaeGregor,  Gold Coin, Green Mountain, Sir  W. Raleigh, Rural Russet and  Nettedu Gem. "  Carrots. For main erpp nothing is better than a good strain of  Ghantenay. For early work Early Horn may be. used. If a short  carrot is required for later use,  Oxheart may be grown to advantage. Garden Gem is a very good  variety, but is lieavier in top than  Chantenay.  Beet.    Nothing  surpasses Det-  -1 roit Dark Red, and here it is ready i'or Use as soon as Crosbys Egyptian and has a much better color. .  Where  beets  grow rapidly  and beeome large, sowings should  1 e made! weekly from mid May to  mid. June.   The later sowings will  give ideal roots foi winter storing.  Parsnips.     Hollow   Crown  and  Coopers Champion are both varie  ties   of  merit,  but  strain  enters  largely into the matter, . *  Radish;   Scarlet Oval and Sear-  let White Tip Turnip    are- both  good.   For variety French Break  fast and Icicle may be added.  Turnips.     For  earliest use.- we  favor White Milan.    This is foi  lowed   by   Snowball and Golden  Ball, the latter perhaps the best  flavored turnip grown.  Peas.     Where   only   a   limited  number of varieties may be grown  the following will be found satisfactory ;    Gregory   surprise   and  Thos.  Laxton early, followed by  the   Lincoln  for  main  crop  aud  Stratagem late.   We cannot speak  too highly of the Lincoln as over  a series of years it has proven to  be the most constant pea grown  by us, always yielding a full crop  of  well fiiied pods with peas- or*  t e  highest quality.    For exhibi-  t on vrock, the large podded varie  t.es of Teiepliojue type are desirable.  I;eans.\   Best results have been  (������������������"���������-mined with Davis White Wax  ] ��������� mi-.t.ifu., Mastevpiece. Wardvveli  I uiney Wax and Stringless Green  i*ed.     For   longer   seasons   than  ou..s add lioclson Long  Pod and  Refugee  to   this  IL-t.     in  rurine.'  be������'..:s rieariet Uu.":ncr is desirable.  Cabbage.   For earliest use Go.  I",.'���������.*.���������-   Acre, aud   Lo^eii-hagon  IMfv.'-  J fit. 1-or pointed "-.ut'.etiew Sutton;i  1   tele    Gein    and    Karly   Jersey  Wakefield.     For  winter  storage,  ...Hush I ia 11 head or Danish Round  L mt'Ad.  Cauliflower. Nothing better  than Early Dwarf Erfurt &.Snowball.  Celery.     White   Plume   recom-  _���������������  rnem"ed r'or eas liVst celery followed by Oitd-'en .-".<���������'! ? Hlanohing. The*  latter ��������� {.'iven good compact heads  oi' fine quality. For late work,  <!ii*.ik+ l-RKr-ol ������ucl  l^a'is '.V.umph.  (.'oi*i_. l.est ro.srilts iii-i; ohtained  v- tii Pi(!nninny, Banting, (both  j> v<. ��������� ��������� i h.* \ > o 11 s o i C .iZF., Ottuw a.*  i.rii. AI.r-lakof.  ..- .xjx-j'.. lv ,", ������������������ n*. e leaf lettuci.  '.. ii'in. l������ui������iu-> .skill "("'idis the \vay.  I.t'4.' Zi.:.t y. j.n (7 ... i uc? ft '* Whec*. -  v. -;.  'i <.-���������_;..   Y.iumli>   I* .   i i-.t   Wit; u-  Wynrid&B  Coleman Journal.  -At the regular meeting of Summit xjOuge^ A. F. es - xx. ux.f on  Thursday evening of last week,  R. W. Bro.- Alexander -Cameron  was presented by the niembers  with an illuminated address /and  a life'membership. Mr. Cameron  had been treasurer of the lodge  for twenty years. -He declined  the requests of his -brethren to  continue in office, feeling that his  fruit interests at Wyndell B. C,  (demand most of his. time and attention.  It was with regret that his resignation was accepted, and" it was  the unanimous opinion of his brethren that in some fitting way,  they should -express their appreciation o������ his long and faithful  services.  R. W. Bro. C. Ouimette made  the presentation and in- felicitous  words expressed the feelings-of  the brethren towards .Mr: Cameron.  R. W. Bro. Cameron was completely taken by surprise, and  found it most difficult to respond  to the graciofts sentiments of Bro.  C. Ouimette, but in a few well chosen words spoke of the delight  sueh gifts gave him, and while ht  might be away a good-deal from  Coleman, he assured the brethren  t was his home.  -  Mr. Cameron is a charter mem  ber of Summit Lodge and has a*  ways taken an active interest in  , ts welfare.    He is now the pos.  essor of two  life-memberships���������>  ���������"e was made a life member of his  some lodge in Ontario a number  *.f years ago.'  H., Burnett* who arrived here from  Harris, Susie., about a year ago, has  taken a lease on the I>svy Scott ranch*  rfnd gets possession next month.  -*\  The 1926 curling- season will be  wound up and .lawn bowling discussed  at a meeting of the curlers tp be held  in the Fraser bakery tonight ������t 8j  o'clock. All interested are asked to  be present.  Anyone wanting- household effects  should be at the.sale at the residence  of John Berg, three doors above the  United Church on Victoria Avenue,  on Saturday afternoon, March 27th,  at 2 o'clock.*  Tonight's social fixture is the popular  price dance by .. the Alice Siding  orchestra ut the Jas. Ontnpton packing  thed, commencing at- nine o'clock.  The admission, is 50 cents, -which  includes supper.  Ishe Women's Institute have" com  .pleted arrangements for the sale of  tags on Saturday for Crippled Children Hospital .benefit'.--They will call  on every householder nnd are hoping  for a liber-*! response.'  A children's set-vice will he held next  Sun-lity, 28ih March, in the. Presbyter  t.n , Church. Bev. - W. E. Daly.  L.L.D.. will preach, and ail young  people wiii he welcome at the-morning  service at 11.30 o'clock.  ��������� a.  The Hod .and Gun Club take this  means of thanking those who by their  attendance "in other ways help make  the St. Patrick'*".night such a splendid  Biu-flPSi". The club will -make the dance  an annual affair in future.  in past seasons* j *"-t<~      *""-"  Evangelistic services . will Jbe . hei*]  eyery night {Friday and Saturday,  excepted) in Trinity "United Ohil^cb.  commencing Sundayv March 28th, and  ending   on    Easter - Sunday.   Week  nightservices are at 7.45, and Sunday  _s_������u*. y i a _-^i_ "* i-  _������_,_? ~A.o or. f*m *.Kere has beeu but one  claim' paid  In". Ojwston   and   one  at  iily 1st, ss! Wynndel���������both within the ������aat yea*,  A. &B. A. Comfort, have- en inter.  night services 8 pith.  . Bev. J. Herdman was the. speaker  at the LentenV������ited afternoon service  in the Parish Hal! on Wednesday.  Next^week the service will be on Good  Friday evening, at .8 o'clock, to which  all are invited. 'AlfTihree* local clergy  will speak on --The Seven Words from  the Gross."  j-     - - _      ..  Saturday^ 27th, is tag day for the  Crippled Children Hospital at Vancouver, and every house will ba called  upon as well as all .pedestrians." This  Is one of the .finest causes Oreston  people have ever had opportunity to  help and a -generous response is  looked for". N ' _  Good Friday night / will have the  customary united service in the Parish  Hail, when Revs. Daly.1 -Herdman and  New by will each give-a short' address  oti the topic "Seven Words from the  Gross." The'service is undenominational and will start at P o'clock. A  hearty invitation is extended all to  attend.,'  The j-uimiiery weather that has  obtained practically all month has  brought the spring flowers into bloom  remarkably early. At the H. Stark  ranch both tulips ������itid daffi-dUs were in  flower at the first off the week.  Don't both'-r with Eat-tei" baking.  | Buy it- at- the sale of home cooking the  Ladies' Aid of Trinity United are having in the church basement on Saturday afternoon, April 3rd, 3 U. 5.30  oVl-ivk.    Afternoon tea served.  Cows Fob.Sai,e��������� Choii-e.milch rows.  . ve .i    old. two just freshe-ned a'-d o- e  t-o   "v.-   eti ..   few   days.    Mrs. ;G.  ���������T* oinpson.  West Creston.  GRAND THEATRE  F i. &Sat��������� April  In conjunction with the moving  pietures Saturday night, 27th, at the  Grand Theatre,'h<-ar- *Sfte Ort-boph'������nic  Victor, a new invention. The first  showing iu Creston "Valley." For sale  at- Creston Drug & Book.Store.  Andy Abrahami-on is t he first of the  fishermen to i*egister ftu ,the big bass  piixe with Vie. Mavtson. He brought  i.i one oil Moml.*y that weighed the  e vhii four pounds, meaMit ing 1*9Jt inches  1 >nj_f. and a giith measurenient- of 13J  inches.    .'-"<���������     .    7'    ''���������  The High School Literary ������������t Debating Society are having a dance at the  Grand Theatre ballroom on. "Wednesday night* 31st, ut 9 o'clock." Alice  Siding orchestra will furnish the  music-, and the admission is $1.60 per  couple, which includes supper. The  proceed** go to the   athletic   funds   of  the society.  j -  .B. A.NStClair of Nelson, who is in  charge of the forestry work in the  Kootenays, along with W. J. E.  Biker, water rights engineer, also of  Nelson, were here "on Wednesday in  conference with the executive of the  Ai row Creek irrigation district regarding tiinher operations in the Arrow  Creek section.  Since its organization in 1922 Kaslo  Fifteen Hundred Club has, paid S3  death claintii-K The Or--**t-*n. district-  has many members in the "club but it  would appeal*"that the health of- the  people in these  parte - is exceptionally  eating announcement elsewhere in this  issue. They have just acquired the  fine Jersey herfi- of W������ }3L. Crawford  and are now selling milk from their  Holstein Ayrshire herd at 10. quarts .  for $1. Thepriee of the*Jersey, milk ,  remains at Tquartsrfor $1. .  Remember Wednesday, April "7th,  Es clean up day for v&llage properties.  Last year the refuse was removed free  ot charge hy the 7iUa$e authorities -  but this.year thoBe having garbage to  cart away should see W. Hendy, who  is inaugurating a. garbage service  throughout the village. -Where a'  yearly contract is entered into the  charges are very moderate.     -' -.  Hr. and Bars. EL West and Mr. and  Mrs. H. Payne, with their families  left on Monday for the Oardsfcon,  Alberta, district, where they are to  reside in future. These two families  arrived here about six years ago, since  when they have occupied a number of  places in Creston and vicinity, but not  fipding fruit growing to their liking  have decided to return to the prairie.  -Road superintendent A. BS Davies  received a telegraphic call to Calgary,  Alberta, on Saturday, where his son,  Arthur, underwent a critical operation on Monday, from which he  never recovered word -reaching here  this (Thursday) morning of the,young  man's death on "Wednesday night.  Up to the time of going to press no  announcement bas been meide as to  funeral arrangements.       ���������  Vernon News: Some kiddies are  going to get into- trouble- with tbe  authorities if they. do. not "cease  loafingrin the. posty office. Obscene  writing on furniture bas caused a  good deal of indignation . and an  attempt .is to be made - to put an  end to loafing in the premises.  Kaslo council was pleasantly  surprised at the March .meeting  when the electric light superintendent informed that with one thousand dollars to spend he could put  the plant in "shape to run another  six years. It has" been operating  now f or at leaet a quarter century.  Trout fishing   in   this   section  open   on   Thursday ytiexl,".  April  according to advice received   froi  ������ji*  1st,  n the i  Nelson Protective  IA   1500 CUJB1  P  OSITIVBL.Y YCUR LAST CHANCE to become a member of this  Club, as the Government his stated that no more (Clubs may  li'siy-be incorporated. -Applications ;are c-mting in freely.A Why  not.send iu youi>. Age limit 6. Entrance fee $8. Persons of either  sex eligible.    FiJi" application forms apply to y   yy y   ���������'"':-'  R. J. STBEL. Secretary.       '-Z  Box 158; NELSON, B.C.  \.  jJT%m _rT'-|g":l<#B.  We have jnst opened up two cmtes of  Plain White and Etched Line  and Sprig Crockery  from  Cups and Saucers, plain  White, doz.  ...... :$2.00  4 in. Flate-s,  doz..;...,........... 1.10  6 in. Plates, doz ........1...... 1.75  7 in. Plates,  doz ,...,...,... 2.00  8 in. Plates,  doz......  2.60  Coupe Soups, dozv......:........ 2-25  Fruits, vdoz ,;.;...;.....J....... ......[;1.0O  6 in. ��������� Cereals, doz������........:i   1.50  B in. 'Flatty  10 in.  P\At^H ZZZ.J4ZZ^.^Z.: z -40  1 ___> m. j. ja*ctei'B  > .to  7 in. Mtel^'^lJ^.i::;:^:    30  8 in. Bakers    .45  The pricen are marked to sell.  Also in .stock���������  JCiW^rSj |jS.Slllo| *tl-I^jSj   Jl 6n.poi.8i  W     rzyXllasses, Stone  f^Zg C^*������������aKS-   EftEaCE   ^-ua-SaUsITI!8 ������  SO  .45  1,25  .50  .35  .00  .20  .50  Pickles  25  7"in Scollops ,_.....,  8 in, Scoilopi-s...............  Covered! Vegetable...  Sugar: ...;...   '*\mJ m  X3mjmt\%lmmMm������.'.,.fmm'.ft-.m,*m,0        ������#������������������������������������<���������**���������������������������������������������������       .���������������������������������������������������*���������)���������* %  jugs. ...:......;, so, .40  Bowls  Boats.  RCANTILE COMPANY  LlWllTtlO  3  / *a  h i c, r,r+  , ������f"3*$'"fj,pt i"*iiwnvyfft '  >-  THE CBiS&rOX  REVIEW  u  s~      Jt  '   * Garden Seeds in bulk.  - Common Red and" Mammoth Clovers.  Turkestan Alfalfe..    Sweet Clover.   -  wTlmmmmJt*****.    QaA^tflft     -*_    P������ar-1>*.^  Ferrys' Steele Briggs-and McKenaies.  n , * *  School  Supplies  )Large assortment bf Scribblers in 5c.,'loc, 25c. sizes;  ;FLOVR  Purity, Royal Household,   Five Roses, Robin Hood.  wh   ���������  ume and Sulphur*  x 12 Glass  Greston Valley Cooperative Assn.  ERICKSON   _"'" CRESTON  ANNOUNCEMENT  -_ "- .- al - *     / _      .  Just co let you know tbat I have taken over my  former'Butcher business^ and am making -the_rounds  regularly with a very choice line of JFRESH BEEF  "  AND PQRK.       _: ^  ���������As usual I am this spring well stocked   up with Implements  of every description, Democrats,   Wagons,' Karness, ete.  >    - Also have a few .head  o������ Horses, "and Milch Cows, wbich I-  am selling on favorable terma .     ^  -1 can handle any Apples you  have to  dispose of, .and will  pay the top price iu Cash.  ALF. NELSON  BB  Ou r Service ~  The Bank was established iii 1875; and in  the course of fifty years Branches have been  established from time to time at carefully  chosen points. /The service at all Branches is  local and personal, but it is also world wide in  scope. A moderate sized Bank--���������not too machine-like.���������with a friendly interest in its clients.  31  IMPERIAL   BANK  G. W. ALLAN-  OF- e/mS^USmlDtAi.-  CRESTON BRANCH,  Manager.  ���������_-  -. -a ������������������>..   1; "������������������  ', .y '.' ���������'-..���������'-.''.       *   ��������� ���������   -."-''��������� ���������'..'  New Improved Models  on hand, and  more  s-  c/  Sensible Cwc Bnyeirs  A.': waiit a-y "'"���������'���������'  '.��������������� muni  wC JLI  Elf l|M* C-  luttive Ford Dealer.  . Om% jGj2> m "LW  - It will coat .$7.3,1)00 to run .trail  schools for, 1926,;* ;      -  *-- $62,984 . will-   be    required   to  Snanee Vernon .schools   this year.  ���������A night jitney service bas jnst  been established between Trail and  Biossland.  ' Almost two tons V>f fresh killed  meat are sold' weekly on the public  market at Vernon.  ^Vernon Oddfellows are spending:  about  five thousand dollars on an  addition to their halL *  '-;*--. -"  Dr, Kingstoi-ira semi-nrivate hoe  pitat at Grand Forks-at a   loss   of  almost $120Q last year.  The . interprovinoial highway  between Fernie and Elko is closed  to traffic until March 29th.  C.P.R. corn-table Cook of Revelstoke had garderi rhubarb two  inches high before"" the " middle qf  Marefc. ~  Pentieton growers got their final  payment on MoIitoHh Reds on  March 12tb,' according to the  Herald. -" ���������  Grand "Forks was unusually  healthy or on the quiet last year.  Hospital business fell off almost 33  per cent.  . , #-  -At Vernon i-pme of the unemployed are claiming they cannot  get   work  "because   they ,-are   not  Baptists. ,  1 Tbe Courier has heard the rumor  that the Great -Northern Railway  will extend its branch   from Waldo  into Cranbrbokf  ������ . *"  Revelatoke   council   has   pruned  1926 expenditures to, the   limit and  are still facing a   deficit of $12,000  on anticipated revenues.  *  At Trail  *tbo~ school   hours   are  being lengthened 30 tninu'es in  order to give the" youngsters some  needed physical  training..'  Taxpayers, in  Boundary county  will  pay one-half mill   in   taxes to  finance the .Bonners Ferry fall fair.  This will  get, a   matter   of   about]  $1500.   -  Katilo's tax.-, rate- is 46 mills for  ,1926, aiid "��������� jaast exactly.. half, the  money collected by the town will  be needed to finance the. public and  higb schools.-* "7 j-  ,. "  P. Burna&-Ck>. liave just taken  over the crea*nery at Grand--Forks  and already tUs Gazette has visions  of the firm branching, out into  cheese making as well.  "Kaslo council will protest to the  government that the charge of 70  cents per day assessed agaiiiBt the  .village for every patient in the  hospital is exhorhitatit.  _ *_   .  '   According     to   - one    alderman  Vernon jcouncjl is  supplying water  to the Iuland'Ice Company  at J$25  a month, whilst the cost of furnish  big-same is at least ftl'OO.  The last ahd best sign that  spring hat* struck *.Gran brook is the  appear an ce of . the -. gra Ssho ppers,  pne of whibh was ^brought in in  captivity to the Courier "oifioe last.  week.-' "'    ,���������'   '  a weE known Erickgon rancher,  -and many old time friends will  hear with satisfaction of his sue-  V -  eess in this action.  H-SiSQF b  ANH 0,4 MWNTS  II U *W OWT ���������   anlH.MJ .a_.������a>aM. ��������� . ������������  rz>*  }  y\  MAI L CONTRACT  Sealed tenders aftdres-jed tt? tbe Postmaster  General -will be received- atpttawa until noon  on Friday; the ������ssrd April, iwo, ������or fche ������umrey-  tlnoe of Jms Majesty's Mails, on a proposed  Contract for a period not exceeding four years,  six times per week on the route CAMP IIS-  TBRandCBKSTON via. Kricfcson and Canyon  from the 1st Jnly next. *       *      \,'���������    '    ���������  Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of proposed Contract- uxay  be-seen and blank "Forms of Tender maybe  obtained at the Postofflces of "Creston. "Brick-  son. Camp lister and Canyon and at the office  of tha District Superintendent of Postal Ser-  TlccCaUpwy, Alberta. JB^comSB^    .  District Superintendent of Postal Service.  District Superintendent's Offlce,  Calgary, Alberta, March IS, 1928.  Plumbintg, Tinsmitla  Sheet Metal Work  "i  re opened    the  Wo-sks.  M. York has'  Creston Sheet Metal  next his Acetylene Welding,  Woodwork aud Blacksmith Shop,  and has secured Mr. J. C. Bell,  a first class Tinsmith and Plumber .who is sure to accommodate  you as to price and quality.  . We have also been successful  in securing Piping and Fittings  and are prepared to furnish Pipe  in any quantity you desire.  Light MtS Heavy?  ** ���������* \  Shoes Meade  to Ordor  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  - connection  Am fflSSrmSiolEI  Shoe and Harness Repairing -  PRE-EMPTION'S  Vacant, unreserved. surveyed  Ci-own Sands may "t>e pre-eiapte-S by  'iritis!}- subiects over 18 ar**Ars of acre,  iXu. by Bliens out declaring IntenUon  .*o. become" "Britisb. subjects, coadi-  tioo&T upon residencei occupation,  iend-" improvement tor agricultural  purposes.- -  Full i__oroaat"on concernine regu-  aUona resardlns pre-emptions la  given in ISulletla No. 1, "Cand Series.  How to Pre-empt Juand," copies of  a uieh can be obtained free of icharse  .s������y addres^aar the X>epart_ient of  ^atnds, Victoria, B.C, oc to any Ctov-  c-nment Agent  Records will bo granted covering:  ajnlr land suitable for agricultural  purposes,-attd wMc"a- te not timber-  .and, Le- carry3������ar over 5,000 board  feet -pery&cre west ot the Coast "Banga  and 8.0CO feet per acre east of That -  -***$ngre������  .   Applicautiona -for pre-emptions "are  ���������xo  be addressed to tlie  *Uui.d Commissioner ofthe *D_nd Recordine "Division, In. -which the land-applied" for.  - Ls situated, and are made on printed  forms,  copies  of which, can  be: ob-  ' tained from tho Land Commissioner,  ypre-emptlona must be "occupied for   .__  live yeacft. ow Ssaprovsaients   made  to  value of 910   per  acre,  including  clearing: and .cultivating at least nv������  ac-r^ft-Tosfore a Crown Grant can be  received.  For more detailed Information soe  the Bulletin .''How -. to Pre-empt  X_and"** -������-  tmw        PURCHASE ,. '      &  Applicattons are received for pur  c3a_ase    of    vacant    and    unreserved  . Crown lands; not being tlmberland,  -for agnrlcultural purposes;   minimum  "price of -Cirat-class <arable> land is ������5  per acre, and second-class {grazing)  land 52,50 per acre.    Further Information  regarding  purchase  or lease  of Crown lands is given in BuUetin '  ISo: 10,- lAnd Series,  "Purchase and  X*ase of Crown "kands.*^  Mill, factory, or "industrial sites on  timber*Jan6Vnot exceeding 40 acres,  may "be purchased *or leased, the conditions Including* payment -Ot  stumpage.   -- -      '  -  HOMESITE   LEASES     .  ���������y-Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, raay be leased as hbmesites,  conditional upon a dwelUng. being  "erected In the /first year, title being  .obtainable- after residence . and improvement condlUons are fulfilled  and land has been surveyed.  -    LEASES  -For grazing and   industsial     Purposes" area& not- exceeding 640  acres   .  may 'be leased by  one person  or  a-l  company. -      "  GRAZING  Under the Grazing, Act  the Province ts divided, into ^grazing district*'  and the: range .administered under, i  Grazing-       '-Commissioner. "   ' Annua}  grazing permits are issued based on  numbers ranged, priority being given  Co/ established owners.  Stock- owner-.  may^form  .associations    jtor     rang-e  Tianagement. "*~-ree, of partially .free,  tA-mi.ts  aro. available .for     settlers,  "-simpers ' and   travellers, "up   to   ten  l-'JBd  >".-  Erlcsjfi&on.  Residents of Eriekson, particularly, will be interested in the following court decision, which was  given but at Medicine Hat, Alta./  op^ March 17tli :--"Wftlter Leveque/  fprnlcr shift J engineer at the city  poWcr plant, Mas Wpii hisrsuit for  slander over A. B. Carr, plant su-  perihtenclpnt.   The judgment was  handed down by His Honor Judge  Greene  yesterday morning.     In  liis  judgment  the  judge  stated  that-in his opinion the case could  have  been  hoard  in  the  higher  court, where much greater damages could have been asked for and  secured, but\-that he was allowing  Leveque, plaintiff jn the action,  all the court would  allow, the  amount of $600, and the costs of  the action to be paid by the defendant. Tho plaintiff, .Leveque, succeeded on all grounds.   Mr, Cari.'  will.appeal thp case;.  Previcnis to 1M6, "when he mo'  ved to tho Hat, Mr.. Leveqiip.,.was  GENUINE ASSISTANCE  ' TO FARMEEIS  a * .  That this Bank is s___dLO*us to assist the ssgafi-  cultural development of Ca_iada is bIiowa  by the fact that twb-thirids ofotiyborfio^riotf  (eustomerB are -formera.  " " , ' r     i '���������'."*"-     ���������      -������,  An -ppiiefttton fee ������cedlt finsm yem wfll   .  b������Givm%tfh������-moiitcon������ijdear-ate tceKtmont-.  THE ^C^Al^APIAN ������ANK.  Cnpit3"i Paid Up $20,000,000  ^ Itwerve "ft_ml $20^)00^00  CriestoiEk Branch  D. T. Scrfmgeotnr, Mtinager  ZA:^.  v-  ..jaMJ-���������-;.****'.?..".  >''  S������ jff!km ������������S������\. jsBS^  MERCHANTS  :^/__4^^0GSr POUK. SAUSACE  An econoinlcnl dish, ca-ay to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana%LARD  GLENDALE CMEAMEMY BUTTER  S   *.,\.      GovernfflaientRnulcd, highest-riuaHty.  FRESH and CURED FISH  ���������  -  . atl varietioB..  Choicest���������- BEEi*, PORK. MUTTON, VEAL* LAMB  BtjRNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases emf production and producen better poultry.    Buy the best.  I rasas  MM������BM������BaWW���������������>������BMai  HU  __#.______>______  ajjaamtoma muj^mm^^m^mmmmmmm. .������__a_T^*_h_v-*wrtj������1-J,r'v^ *  ^^Ai^^vI^w^^^-^^jAuniW^AaSMStaai  "S.  the   review;   gkkstox.   I  /���������  ^f*������ ���������  ood tea  C^hwli. TO a ten A I si  ���������Vf   /Ci/WtClM.jA4/tU'  ���������w-  ^^.r-   v   >w ������s-     ������l^" ^^   m*yms\sw*r-1  urfWiju>ex -good, tax is AaJiccL.  Fatk  ers an  d s  ons  To   Obtain   Publicity  <^  Finds Newspaper the-Best Medium for  Reaching People-  Many church denominations are now  making-a special effort to provide the  newspapers and press associations  with church news material, according  to Dr. J. T. B. Smith, secular public".ty  secretary of the -world service commission. The ne-w'spajieiyjaffers the  best medium foi- reaching all the people, said Smith, "the non-churchgoer  as well as the churchgoer.  For Aches, Pains,  The Safe Home Remedy  NERVJLINE  Canadian Banks  Position To  In Better  Serve Public  Otoe o������ the-mosL complete and authoritative statements ever submitted  regarding the Canadian hanking system and the present banking'situation  was , made by C. _E. Neill, General  Manager of The Koyal Bank ot Canada,, at the annual meeting.    Mr.' Neill  "Through amalgamation, the numbei-  of-banks in Canada has been slowly  reduced until the present situation'is  analogous to the condition existing in  Great Britain, whore the great bulk of  the banking assets -of the country is in  the-������liands of five large banks.  favor of bi\incli banking are, in -my  opinion, immeasurably stronger than  anything wbich-' can be said on tht'  other side. In the development ot"  new districts in this country the necessary funds have"been supplied from  order districfys,-and at much lower average rates than those current in the  United States at'.the same,relative  stage of development. The banking  history of the United States, moreover, contains a long list of banks  which have failed, either through lack  of proper perspective during boom  periods? or because iri districts where  everything depends on the success of  When sudden sickness, comes, when  (he kiddies come in with coldsy-their'  littlo chests and throats sore _from  coughing-, quifck  line.  com pan  -35 cents at all dealers.  longer courLship of old times.  suited in longer marriage.''  II  ANAEMIA SHOWS IN  VARYING SYMPTOMS  From either ilie contemplation ol* abstract* phases of-life, or the din and  bubtle of ordinary affairs, il is lefreshitj-g to turn 10 an occasion of robust, red-  blooded companionship such as is called forth by tl*1 ** *-ssoeia 1 ion of fathers.  and sons in the annual observance ot Father and  Sc o-ek.  There is mnch philosophizing on the Brotherhood uj Man, much dogmatizing on the Fatherhood of God, but all is iiieaningiess=-without a proper appreciation of the vital relationship between the individual father and the individual son. '  No more congenial field for development can be given a boy' in which he  may discover the true relationships which should exist in. life than in the atmosphere of an understanding lather's influence. And what matters of vast  import in a very few years' time depend on the impressions obtained in early  youth! ~  A long stride lias been made from the days when the old woodshed interview was about* the only occasion on which a father became intimate with his  son and summed up the then acknowledged position of the father as judge.  aud disciplinarian, and that "only, with scarce a thought more devoted to ihe  boy's welfare than to see he was, home when required and out ot sight, ihe  jest of the time. We are thankful that today we can point to the fellowship  of father and son in contacts running throughout all the family activities, an  many interests of the community and reaching'-'out��������� to things Provincial and  even Dominion-wide. 7  ' To what may we attribute ihis change? ln~*a large measure it is due to  a keener appreciation of all the aptness and truth of the pdet'3 statement that  "lhe boy js father to the man." The fathers realize it in\ the winged-passage  of time, daily clipping the opportunities for them to prepare and inspire their  lads to greater things than they themselves have done and in. the urgency ot'  fulfilling their privileged duty of leading out-their boys toward a truer sense"  ol"..values.- ...    '".-'.-���������" ..-..,-'��������� "   '.  The soti.s recogniEe it. in the urge to look beyond the prfesent to that dim  lime which forever beckons to yo^ith���������the time of the i-ealization of their  powers and possibilities. And the sense of his not long to be delayed responsibility throws him back to-glean hungrily those truths which companionship with a mature mind might give him. And in. the impact of this seeking  for the best, in each, the father meets the son not. merely, as a progenitor, but  as the sympathetic counsellor and guide, and the son realizes he .is. not" only  the male offspring of this man but is of the fibre of his ver^iieart a nil soul  and holds at his disposal the best of which the father is capable.     _.  So. with the thought of the need, the place and "purpose of this high relations!.! py between Father and Son, the CS:B.T. movement has made a very  definite place for its development. During .the month of February a week  is set aside in which to foster the fellowship of* Fathers'-'and Sons:*' To'.'many  fathers this time is a time of i"eal recon'secration to the biggest, job of their  lives���������that of upbuilding and out folding the life of a boy, and to' the bo ys come  m realization thai, though often preoccupied with business carets, Father has  vheir best, interests at heart, and a renewed-trust is awakened and strengthened in the vitality of all the relationships of the: home, and this fin-Is expres-  -_ion 311 the more faithful performances of their oblign fton s to the. home. "***  :.r Not only are home relationships emphasized, but also Christian fellow."-y  .ship in the Church.: ' That line in Longfellow depicting the village blacksmith  ���������j.oing on Sunday to Church and sitting amongst hi*- boys carries a jH������hch  mightier than that delivered by the smith's muscled arms and hands on7'������he  led hoi metal at 1 lie anvil. It is the unanswerable argument Willi those/who  would have you *"do as 1  say, not do as I do.'        ; y   .  Not only are public opportunities provided for in Church serviceyRnd  brmquv. for expression, and development between Fathers and Sons, bufeVoii-  <*ourag-*m������-ni is given to the more personal and private interchange, of  thoughts nnd ideas by means of hik������*s and home nights. 'Jihese are. golden  s;round? affording priceless opportunities tf* each participant to make his con-  uibuJion   to  ihai   happy estate of perfect, understanding .between both.;  Mu<.'li might be said of ihe details ol" the programme of activities during  Failur   and   Hon   Week.       Suffice  it   to  say   that,  while  emphasis is  laid, on [ < "���������������������������"���������-. j  i-ffco-rniiion of  Faih&rhood and Sonship and all they involve during, the Abort \Ti^C^   Directoi)s    Issue.   Statement   In  period of on- week. ihi.. is to be taken only as an indication of the :i.ecessil.y J      Connection With Elevator Policy  and������������������ woi-ihwkileni-sw   of  an understanding  between  Fathers  and   Sons "based       T3ire*s   dlvnclors    of    the    Manitoba  *-n sj-nif-iiiheiic tvilowkhip with and deep respeci 10 each other, the whole year   Wheat "Pool, W. C. Weir, C. S., Steven  ��������� amid.  .."_d ''Von.  "hi.--  aelu.-v.-.-u_eni   of the soul  will flow out. a real  spirit  ol  brmlerhoo.l.  .-Mbracni*; rhe height, breadth hiuI  depth of all  human  relation-  .-hi������'>'!. br^-a- hinj.  good-vil! 10 man nnd honor to man's Maker. ' /  __   ......    Fears  have been expressed that the concen-,   tration of banking power in the h^nds j one crop or one    industry,    the    local  of a  comparatively^   few    institutions hbanks-had all their eggs in one basket.  -nay lead to bad results, such as slack-J1 have no hesitation in saving that had  ening of competition or neglect.of local j Western Canada been served by unit  interests.       The  feeling- in .regard to ' banks  the  situation  in  1921-22  would  competition seems to have haa its in-   have been nothing short ol*-calamitous.  ception in the fear of what may hap-!     "A. great financial  Institution  such  pen in the future, rather than as a re-, as The Royal Banlo of'CJanada, cover-  date,   for no j ing the-"whole country, must "have in-  competition  be-   timate.   persistent  and active interest  rhoea Nerviline i������ n w-nniterf-iil friend- ! ;*��������� "^". ���������"������"-��������� ������ ""-- -������vei'e than it has   iu every  part  of, Canada.       We have  iibrfeea ease,rS en^Hnvr i> nuirklvM \eeu   in  the  Pasl'       We  believe, that   responsibilities not only to our share-  For yoSt?n|Tnd  olbf^o  overcome Vhe I 'he  cont���������VS   the  case,  and  that> ; holders, but, to a degree which I hope  minorlis that eSnatantl? Irise in t e   '^ Proportion, of the savings affect-   we ihlly realize, to the public of. Cari-  in-  passed on, to the" public in. the form of, terest, because it is only to the extent    [increased service and relatively lower'that we contribute to the sound econ-  .���������. ^ ��������� ... .    ' charges. J omic develorment of the country -that  lliere was oue good thing about (,he ;     "The   merits   of  branch  banking  as' we   shall deserve or receive the  con-.  Pains and Aches Disappear When  . the Blood: is^ Built Up  ' Wlien the blood is thin every organ  of the body k suffers. . So anaemia  shows in in.ligestip.n, nervousness and  headaches as well as in loss of color  ,and strength. ���������'���������/.-Many . symptoms-": develop which to//the patient -suggest  widely different diseases and so cause  mnch needless^ y.apprehension; The  quickness with which a supply of rich  red''blood'.ViIT drive away all .these"*  pains and: aches -is, shown by the result of treatment -with--such ajreiiabie  blood-buildixig tonic as Dr. Williams'  Pink Piila. - vThe value of this medicine is fully proved by.the experience  of Miss itlice Sandberg, Ogema, Sask!,  who says:��������� "I. can speak with the:  htghest-.praise of ..Dr. Williams3 Pink-  Pills,, -for to..-.this"!'Vmedi(^e.:'-I.:.:bwe:-::my'  -present good health. -yt_a^t.Winter;-I  becaiae 'r-un-.da.Vh;'>^as^?^a^'':.*aii4a.:- sickly leoklng.... My back ached aftd I%^.d  severe: pains- in the, "stomach. ��������� At  times my head ached and I would Tee!  dizzy. /1 tried various medicines but  they did not help me./ A7friend advised me to try. Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills, and I can scarcely say how glad  I am that! acted oil this'advice; I  hand-.-not,-��������� been taking the pills very  long when 1 fell: a . change for the  better. Day by day I became stronger. The headaches, backaches, .-stomach" troubles and dizziuess disappeared and , I was again '-"enjoying- good  health. Y������.iu may he sure I shall ever  have a goo 1 word to say for Dr. Williams' Pink Pills."  If you need a blood-building "tonic  begin taking Dr. Williau^' Pink Pills  to,-clay. Sold by all medicine dealers  or sent by mail at 50 centsT^a. box "by  writing Tho Dr. Willi aims' Medicine  Co., "Brockville, Out. /        .-���������'���������������������������  re- compared with a system-of unit banks fidence ( of the public. Self-interest  are a subject ol* dobate in the United , will prompt us to secure a diversity  States today, and opponents of branch ' o������ risk through the encouragement of  banking have stressed the "advantage the industries indigenous to the -vari-  to local interests of having their bank-' ous pari.-uof our country, and to -keep  ing business in.the hands oiy local in- always before us the fact that we can  stitutions, which are claimed to be achieve tlie greatest measure of sue-  more intimately in touch with condi- cess only, if our actions and policies  tions at the points concerned. "*- For promote and foster the best interests  Canada, however, lhe    arguments" in   of every part of Canada."     -    -.  Ali������nony For Husbands  , Among a' certain tribe in the district of Ahmedabab, in India, there  ig a custom permitting women lo discard their husbands " and to marry  agaih on payment of money compensation -to- the ""first  husband."  A Jostle Restorative  SCOTT'S EMULSBON  OF PURE COD-LIVER OIL.  FOR NURSING MOTHERS  ABOUNDS   IN VITAMINS  ������������������  "��������� It Testifies for Itself.-^Dr. Thomas"  J3clectric Oil .'needs no testimonial of  its powers other than itself. Whoever tries.it/for coughs or colds, for  cuts-ydr; contusions, for sprains or  burns,J^y'ypains in tjtejlini&s or body,  /well..know that the medicine proves-*  Itself and needs n^i-guarautee. ''"This  shows why this Oil is-in general use.   -  A Georgia woman killed three deer-''  with two shots, equalling the record  of the Indian hunter who killed a cow,  wounded two. chickens and ~a horse, -  dislocated his. shoulder*, set fire to a  hay stack, and missed the.rabbit with  one shot. "  In 1919, = 900   acres  in   Alberta   were  planted to corn.    In the following year  the aez'eag-e increased    to    7,000;     in}  1922 to 15;600;  in 1923, to" 43,900;  and  last year to .68,000.  GRIPPE!  Stop it at the start. " Heat and  inhale Minard's, also bathe the  feet in' Minard's, and hot water.  In. all infantile  complaints: that, are  the    result    of    the    depredations -of  worms in the stomach and'-Intestines.  Miller's Worm Powders will be found  an effective remedyf     They attack the  cause of .these troubles, and by expell  ing the worms from the organs insure  an orderly working of theyssystem, without which  the  child   cannot  maintain  its   strength  or thrive.       These- powders mean health and iiiiproAremeut.  ���������/___.���������_������������������   ,.'*������������������ -���������   7   ***   '  Great Men  *    "Some men are born    great,    some  achieve  greatness,  and  some���������r"  "Just grate upon you."  \  Half the people in the world are  unhappy because they** can't afford  the things that 'make the other half  miserable.. '  Manitoba   Wheat  Pool  1  *J_..--r" .-nil .-.:.- mon- than n dozen : Twenty-three women of 'England  widow-, or ih*- v.-_<j- ol 1>12 on ihe,;iri:! known to earn their living- as  ],en--ion  rolls 01  ih"  fniu-d  S1 a l e *. ' chimney  sweeps.    ,  son and A, .1. M. Poole Issued a statement in coimeq.tion with a statement  of elevator -policy recently made by  Coljn IT, BumHl, president of the pool,  I Rnd published in the. Froc Press of  j .Tan, l S. Tho hla lenient in part is aa  j follows:  j     "The Free press of ,1a 11,  1.3 contain-r  ed  a   statement,     from     Mr.- Burftell  carrying the- heading. 'Pool Will Again!  Seek to Acquire ..".levator."." I  "Tills sl.al'.i.iMenl. was issued without  consul I titlon with the board of rliree>  tors ol* the Manitoba'pool, and without  au I horl ty   rrmti   I hem.  "Aa threo memljors of the Manitoba  pool hoard, our effort's I'or over two  mon ths huve been directed lo at temp l-  I Itlg to E<*������ (lie bonrrlH of the pool antl  I lh*i ir.ri.d, If.pf.'iher U> dl-*cusH frank-  j ly any dlnVrenceM of opinion Hint may  ' r* x I p I.  ' ''We bi'li-vi,' more t-aii he done hi  i tlil 1. vvjiy limn by I.Pi������������ bonrd'������ atnyhiK  hipm-l and ciiuli In iljelr own m<.'-|Iii*g*  ; evnlvlng plan,*- lo put up lo lhe oilier.'"  P'ir<*.*f]   to  rr.\ie.vt\ Infnnfs" lit.-  ;irin_ mkJ C'liiMr-cn all ages of  CoriMtJjjat.Mi,   Flahtlency,   Wind.  Colic    a������<!    Diarrhea;    riHaying"  Feveri'-hne.-iS arisinff therefrom, ,'iri-l, Iny  regulnilng the Stomach  nnd 'Row*.!., a'u'r!'; tlir- a-'sftiiilr.tion of Foo<\; giving natural i"!������������p.  r'n.-iujilei"   In   ll/.r-M,   MolUev   <U'nve.',.  ,  Worm  I'lXifrmiimtrni' iIoph  not  reiiulrei  ; tlm h;-.<���������&ie-mnee  of any other ineiUcline \  tu nuiliH It ciTeetlvo,      II  (Ioph not  full;  ������jj (Ut. lis work. 1  j     To *"iT 1" hu inn rt.;   iiblllly io ^oiHieal;  ��������� U   Im wntiHtiul.  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  Rheumatism      Colds       Neuritis \        Neuralgia  Headache Pain Toothache       Lumbago  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART j  M������mmMiMiw-*_ttiiw������it^  S7?  / v v "  "Ir- nvorrl irnitatKw."., always If.iolc tor tlm ���������tiynaliirc. of   C/i.i������ :Mf/Y' /���������tetH.'JZ&V.  Ahv>1iiirly XliLliiilli^ "*Zlil  f. li-iL'.'.-'_'-*,/-     T*li.v*n'f'".a.n'i   f-v-ryudi-rrc   r^cnniiiiMUfl S4.  ���������Milnard'n    l.l*>i*-n*jnt  441 u *-it) 11  used    by    Vet������r.  W.     N,  I".  i������;n  l^mmi4i������r *  Accept   only   "Bayer"   packaga  which contains proven directions.  Handy   "Buyer"   lioxo*   of   12   tulili-tn  AIbo Ix������ttn������i ol (U and lOO���������llniKgintii.  A������i*tr1������������  1- itir Im,1*   ninrV   (rntUt-uied lu  CunnA������V  of tXMTtt Jtuoufncture tit M^n^ac-tlr-  Ma-iaJr-aarr W   .inlUytU.v:!*   ijmvtsirl   tomUeyUa   ABlCl,    "JU.,   Urn,   A.">.       Wlaii������    Il   im   VfatJl   kuoni.t  tlmt jLHptrln im*i������iim Bayer manufaotitr*, to aanUt 1U* |inl������llc atftln-t Imltatlana.  lhn TalileHi--"  af  Umji-r tUniitnu.y -will  \m ������Ut_i_������Ji witb   tl>Hr  r<*>"������>r������l  vrmic  murk. U>*  "It-ay-tr Oi-o������������."  II  -*1  XI  ri THE -- REiYTEW,    CRESTbN,    B.    C.  m* r - -  -  ?  Very Gratifying; success Is  ^Acliieved By Sritisn Settlers -7  Coming /Under  Assisted  Sclieme  . It has be^n &aid that'one of the factors which might become an active  stimulant' to British immigration "to  Canada in 1926 and the years following-would be the satisfaction-and success achie^ad by those British families   moved   to   the   Dominion   in  Liberal  Bran As Human Food ���������.'  is. Opinion  Supply   Necessary  of-U. JS.- Doctor  Some  of our food  specialists   think  the average diet -would supply- all the  the j food "elements needed  for health  anil  course of the present year to be .settled on farms under Lhe,. assisted"  scheme of the Canadian Government.  Through the terms of the Overseas  Settlement \ct, the Imperial and Canadian Governments entered into an  agreement ' wijereby 'three .t thousand"  families in the British Isles would J������e  assisted on" to Canadian farms. The  colonists were to be provided on arrival with a , farm wliich^ they  would  _ make their domicile, and this stocked  with cattle, poultry * and machinery,.  the price of these to be repayable Jby  the settler in twenty-live equal yearly  payment's, \yith interest- at five per  ent., no payment being asked .until at  least a year after settlement.  The scheme caihe into operation���������in  vlJ>25.N Only families were accepted  which, after careful Investigation,  were approved, as suitable by the emigration agents of the Canadian Government. Farm homes were prepared for their occupancy before their arrival. No family, however, was permitted to operate a farm immediately  upon arrival. Canadian experience,  it. was recognied, must be gained, and  lands were leased to' neighboring farmers for the current year, reserving for  the new fa'tiily, housing, stables, gar-  Aid   To   Agricultural   Industry  Foreca6t. of   Proposed   Legislation   in  Speech   From  the   Throne   in  y  , _ , Manitoba House  Legislation providing for special aid  to .the agricultural industry, a general  pledge-.to   encourage   development  of  Manitoba's ' industrial  and natural resources, cre-ation of. local government  boards, and   curtailment of the. horse  racing  season  in   the  province,   were  outlined in the speech from the throne j  read   by   Lieutenant-Governor  Aikens'  For First Time In History  Weigtit'Of \^QirIds Thinking  Now Fpr Peace Instead Of War  -o  Why the Jog On Correction Lines?  bodily vigor if it contained a little  more milk. Ihe special reason lor  increasing the allowance^ of milk is to  supply more lime than the average  man now gets. Dr. D. Bresee Jones,  of the United States department of ag-  j-xj_eulture, does not altogether agree.  He advises "a w-ell chosen, varied diet,  including more milk, inore green^ vegetables!, fruits and more cereals than  is included in the diet of the average  person."  By whole cereals he means cereals  made from the whole berries of grains  and inclutfitig, therefore, a liberal supply  of bran.      If the -bread one  like)?  'is pooi*er in bran than it ought lo be,  J A *" *-"_"������  some of this food can be added to the  cereal, *yther before cqpking or before  serving. Most of the report by Or.  Jones ^s based on his studies oi  bran.  He writes that rats can be kept ali.'e  and in fine condition for a year on a  diet of bran alone. Bran is generally considered as a- roughage and with  out food value. As a matter of fact,*  rats digest bran well. Perhaps cows  and other ruminants digest it even  better. It seems probable that man  digests and assimilates bran, getting  from it most of the food value aside  Fundamental'   Geographical    Truth  That  lhe   Earth   is   Spherical  j    Every western farmer, 'school teach-  at the ceremonial opening of the fifth j ei*-and student should be interested in t  session of-the seventeenth Legislature ] tlie answer to the above* question/foi"4  of Manitoba. ��������� i It "emphasizes the    fundamental    geo*-  The    agricultural     aid  schemes in- j graphical     truth     that     the   earth   is  volve's   a _ survey    of vacant lands or-j-spherical.  the provinc.-- and encouraging of settlement upon such of these as can be  economically developed. It is also,  proposed to utilize the ^provincial  share of - the Canadian wheat board  surplus* to work designed to  promote, at    the    north pole.  According to the topographical survey,, department of the interior, Ottawa, ������1I north and south- township  and section lines "are theoretically  meridians  and   therefore  would   meet  'ma ike tin;  of    farm ! lines the^nieridional t  From the base  i"lines "off town-  more    efficient , ,.  products. - " 'ships are surveyed 12 miles south and  The throne  speech iuriher indicat-j12 miles north to the correction lines  ec.    steps    would    be taken to obtain  railway facilities for the mineral belt  of Northern Manitoba while the Introduction o fa bill to. make "provisions"  of the * Dominion Industrial Disputes  Investigation-Act of. 1907 applicable  lo industrial disputes within the province wds forecast. Reference was  made to pulpwood development freight  rates and satisfaction was expressed  for the general improvement in the  business  outlook in   Manitoba.  ire  den and pasture."   - The farmer of tneifiojn that incorporated in the cellulose  family and ^children of an age to work | Furthermore, the proteins of bran  "were   directed  to  employment   in   the i of the best quality.-  immediate  vicinity.       The  first  fa nil-1  : y  lies accepted under the scheme sailed';              pjne   FJavore(J   Cream  for  Canada in  March,  J925, and  alto-,   -    _    - _ ^   gether  during  the  flr*_t year  approxi-   AbsoIute cieantmess, Pure Water an**d  paately 500 families, numbering nearly Food, is Necessary  2,500 people, have come lo Canada un-       ln Bulletin~No. 57 of the Dominion  der its provisions. *      j department   ol   agriculture, Mr.  W.  P.  Some   extensive -publicity   has  been j Jones,   chief of  the  division  of  dairy  .given in the Dominion to Lhe success J manufactures,''gives    4he    conditions  Due to the convergence, the breadth  of a township on the south side- of a  correction line is about 120 feet less  and on the nof'th side about 120 leet'j  greater than at a ���������base line. This  gives a "jog on the*^ correction line ot  about 240 feet at the west side oH  range 1, or about 7,200 tee*,-that is  .over a mile, at a distanceof 30 ranges  from an initial  meridian.  Townships   are  therefore  not truly  rectangular and it can be easily dem  ! ontrated that it is not practicable  to  Percy-   Reed     Receives     Appointment , fit  rectangular townships on a spheri-  The  resignation of E.  T. Love, as-. eal surface over an extended area such  sistant secretary of the national dairy   as the'prairie provinces.      Heie is an  council, left a Vacancy in    the    west,j opportunity for the  school  teacher  to  which has now been filled by the ap-   Sive ������n example ofthe practical use of  pointment"   of    Percy Reed, oi Regina,j the knowledge that the earth is spheri-  | according   to  word     received'    by    L.' cal.      And,, what better place .is there  'A. Gibson,' Manitoba    dairy    commis-' to   start  teaching' geogiaphy   than   at  jsioner from D'Arcy Scott, secretary of j home with a knowledge ofthe sections  .the  council.       Mr.  lieed     was    dairy Saml   quarter   sections,   townships  ! commissioner for Saskatchewan up till j "ranges, etc.?  last year, when he left to lake\a posi,- ]  tion - with" tha./Saskatchewan Co-opera  tive Creameries.   .  and  It's surprising how easy ft is to get  something - you "donJt w'ant. -,      v  that are necessary    to    produce    fine  of the wife of-one. of these British settlers who, after only four months" - flavored cream. First-in-importance  residence oa the farm iu Canada,.,se(- i is^-absoJute cleanliness in which is iri-  cured all the first prizes for dairy pro-j eluded clean and pure water and food,  ducts at the fair iu a British Columbia'Any dirtiness or impurity "in either al-  - town. In surveying the general ex- J fects the cream. Cows should h^ye  periences of this first contingent of i iree access tb salt at all limes. Clean-  British settlers, however., this is,found liness of the #nimals-is not only im-  to be not exceptional, but rather indi- j perative but also that of the milkers  cative of what has been accompli shed and of the utensils used. Galvanized  in the- brief period.      After arrival in ' pails,  says  Mr. Janes, are diflicultf'To  \Canada' some twenty ram Hies dxprosfj-j keep" clean and bad flavors have been  ed dissatisfaction, disinclination, oe-tyaced to "their use. All utensils  inability to proceed along'the original! should be sterilized. Dairy-tinware  lines under the scheme, and turned \ should be :-insed in lukewarm water,  their attention to activities other than | then washed in hoi water containing a  farming  or 85 per cent,  of all  those  ed   in   1!)25,   Have  definitely  Of  lhe  total.   125  families,;| lit tie -*v ashing soda, using a brush (not  who tfatl-1 n  cloth)   oirbolh the  inside and out-  expressed ' side,  themselves as happy and sal It-fled, arid , willi  glach that they moved.  y, A review of-'those simply narrated  experiences, gathered together by the  department of immigration and colonization, makes very gratifying reading  i to those who h-i've foifnd il a mat tor  yof  deep  regiot that, it  has   not   heen  Foil own ig, scald thoroughly  boiling water .and place the implements 'where they will, drain and  dry, preferably exposed to tlie: sunshine.- Use a new piece of cheese  cloth foi* straining alter each milkinf  or wash the .used cloth thoroughly,  boil and dry quickly. The new type,,  our  authority /Rays, .consisting    of,- t<  ' ylt- was related the other day in u  special cablegram to The Herald from  Oslo, Norway, that the Norwegian  cabinet had" voted to tear down all the  fortresses that Norway had built along  the Swedish border.  - That* is a sane example that on** lit  to -spread. *  Thej5e symbols oT enmity go down  because enmity has passed out of the  hearts of Swedes and Norwegians.  They find "that their old hatred was  needless and foolish, and that they  can live side by -side as friends and  both be much happier and far better  off. .  So.^ns. tural ly, they do away with the  worse than waste of these frowning  fortresses, and in tlie. same motion  the Norwegian Government cuts its  military budget by "two million kroner.  That is only part of Europe, of  course, and the fortresses to be razed  are only a small proportion of those  that still stTand threateningly across  international borders.  But hew forts are not being built -  '���������for one reason because they have  ceased to have much value, but for  another and gieater reason: that at  last it can be said, for the first time  th recorded history, that the"weight  t_.of the world's thinking is toward peace  instead of toward war. New forts  ars not being built., and some forts, at  least, are" being torn down. Even a, .  little of this is great news for a world  that needs just this kind of news so  much.       -*���������>  Wheel "Europe gets to ihe point  where if". - can point to international  boundaries like that between Canada  and the United-Slates, which winds its  way three thousand miles over lake's  "and prairies and mountains wiih utterly no-forts and battleships, or guns  or guarding soldiers, there "will be  hope for the intelligence of mankind.  -Duluth Herald.  Win   World's   Championship - \  Record .of    Canadian    Birds   in    1925",  Egg-Laying Contest N*  A  Cttnftdian ^ten-bird  pen "won  the *  world's", championship 'in    all _������official *  h ten-bird contests held in 1925.      Canadian ybirds  also made  the highest in-"  dividual  scores- lor  the  same  period.  These records were "made in the British Golumbia contest conducted at the"  Dominion  experimental farm, Agassi**, -  B.C., under the Canadian national egg-  laying contest rules.  Tlie cha .-"lpionship pen* which is  owned by J. H. Mufferd and Son,  Milner.' B.C., hud 2,-**<J3 eggs in 36.4  days.  The leading _.inglc bird is owned by  the��������� Dominion experimental farm at  Agassiz, B.C. -with a record of' 332^  L eggs, while the second highest bird  I belongs to Farringion Bros.. Central  Park, B.C., wtUij 331- in 364 days,  Canada had li������ biiyds wiih records of  found. possible , in the post-win* years ! combination of wire mesh and absorbent cotton strainers, lessens the danger of poor flavoi's..   7  to effect tiny great agricultural  devol  opnienl  lh Canada along -British line...  Such    families 'as dropped, ont of ihe ���������  scheme,,  It. ������������������vyaa   found,���������:��������� luhV iiot form- \  ed a propfer conception of actual farm.]  lllejn Canada.   * Injeveial case*- 1hoy '.QePn,-^y  Goes   ln   For'This  did   not   realize  Unit   liard   woi-k   jvimj.. 0n  Large Scale  essential to success, or  Fish-Farming   In   Europe  Industry  that yn   f-jii'm  which could be purchased at a mo ler-  aii- price, with no payment, down, **��������� ith  low interest,.und at long' terini", nuat  noeoyiisrily be a modest establislin  and not the highly developed plae.i  frequently conceived its a typical C  adlan farnj home.     "Iit������ review, tu ken  altogether,   goes   to "'shOw  thtit."-ex cry  one of the  British  families which) wet  out  Iu  VJHlOll  the right spliil, actuated bjy  which   permuted .(hem   to  Great Britain is^nlniopl. the only  eouiHry where 11 gb-funning 1-. *prnt!ti-  eally unlcnoaUi,  ������ , If Ih true Ihat tlic*|*e are. excellent  -."lit. ii-oul. apd sulmon haleherles, but these  are, run only for the ..sake-, of re-slock-  ing^wnters for sport.  Germany goes In for eol-iiiri'ulng on  fi large ."-���������sil-*, nnd before'.iho wjii* (lie  Gerninns bought huge (inaniltles oi'  elver.-, or young eels, in Ihiglaiul.    .-Ip  so  iH^BS  *imSi  300 eggs or over in 4^ie 1025 contest.  all of which'have-official record's In  the government laying contests.  The egg.lq.iing coirtost was conducted throughout the world and the central experimental farm here announced  the results, alter  scores  had  been  [received from  .he oi her countries par-  i,iicipaiing. *,  thee  ney, on   ilie Severn, was their sjpuree j  the future result of lu-OMofit labors, hi*s'or WUppl^.r.������id In four >-,ara Ihey took  uehieved tin Initial mea-sure .ot* hue- ^s,.vonU,,.n nillllon eel fry liuni Ihh-  cess wldch  In  very gratifying to O'nv;,^,.,. lu ,|uil|. mv��������� |ish f.,riMS<  ada   aud   must   be   highly   P  IheuiHelveH,  .������������������in  ta  Diacn-te of Modern Life  Naughtine-.ts   ainoiig   ehlUlren   is   lhe  r.h-.eat-ie of eh Mixed life,  In*. .1. A. Mad-  Jli'ld fold women ������*jnili3iry inspeclor^ ar  h mool in London.   " The --,p<*uker snlilj  hit.   I'iillui-   '.cul   t-peiil   lljirly   ytuif"   In'  the Wou'li  Sen   IshnidM without  havtn';  rver  heard anv  en:ii-r->IIIiiR' jinmng'the  - _ i  mi live children. . j  M*������w^iii-������i.i-iii���������ii���������,_>.m���������w������i.i������i^ ������,mu,mm*m.mmmmm4mimmWmmmmm,,.,Mli. ���������.���������_,��������������������������������������������� mH'imii-.iMmIw-   |  \v.   .*>'.   v.   n;n  . The mo.*_I .up-.o-d.j-lo <���������.-,(*. liuni iu lhe  '.world 'is at-Neilsen, on th<- 'l)anli?ii  j l.shmd ol /C.*uhiml, where an ni'lltlehiV  ihike of neiu-'y .live huiulred shtch Iuih  , been formed and .slockeil wiih eeln.  ( I'nrups hare been net np l(* pump 'he  j-;i1I v.alei" from the hay close hy into  Ihe lake, ami a .'peel.il pnii.sage 1- nr-  raiiK-'d v I ii fresh water fiowli-.g oul  nf ii t������i aiiir.ei tbf. r-lvrr.i or young  eeln   Irom   the   Mat.*  CARRYING YOUR HOTEL WITH VOU  Had anyone conceived the idea one , cards, listens  to  the    radio,  hundred year." ago ol' taking u"ple:isuro  trip  In   a   hiHRie  mansion' whore   you  carried along not merely  your  trunk,  hut   nl so   you i'   home,   It   would   have  been  \vJld  bruin,      Now  of   luxury.  'dance**.  Then,    ono    bright morning he say*.  '���������"Why,, hello, here's Yokohama." From  4. there he decides to go to  Now  York,' Louis bo nrg, August 11. IVW. might not  * m  Wolfe's Prophecy  General Who Won C.-inada For the  British Had Faith in Its Future  lu view of tlie efforts. being made to  attract emigrants essential to tlie  working out of Canada's industrial and  political destiny, ihe following prophecy, contained in a letter written by  General   Wolfe   to   his   nioiher  dated  A  It ml  ii������-'niu*ri,<  a  i.s  n   frenles  fiMil   tvliti hitcceeds;  who   I'tllH,  conHhlered by the world as the  wanderings of an ovenyroiiKli^  >ve uri" living in an- age  tine day lhe' inipulHive  wiindi'r<*r Ih Helzed with- the. -,vunder-  ItiHt and he walks info a magic innn-  s'lon, bungs up bin hut on the hull  ;-l.*iti'jil- piithl.--, -.:'le': in Use vwvV., i<' n*_*.  hi.s things In ihe wardrobe, bundlei-  hiM l.runkK Into the buav-mout, hJIh back  in bis eany eliuli' with a newapupei* In  liln hand, a lighted- pipe in hla mouth  and lays eufvlly, "'Well. 1 guess we'll  (���������p to .Inpan."  Ji'or a while the traveller walks  a roil n't] thehoiiHC, plnj'������-goir and tennis  in   (he   sunn blue,   dln*iis,   tnllcw,  "This    country  ������ <t"-,an:-dn*i   will snni������. time hence be a  nnd  so repents  Ihe pleasanl   perforin-' \>e withom   interest:  itneo."  Modern  travel la  fanlnslic and ihir-  Ing, 'rejillzin.; the utmost: iu hotel com- ��������� learning.      Nature Tin si  refused  them  of l-iOitlou  of   PariH.      The hotel \ nothing,  and   there   will   grow   n   poo>  descrJbi'd   !-*��������� nunle  un  vast   empire,  ihe  seM  _j.  of  power  nnd  The  the  fori  trip" descrJbi'd i**- nunle un the Cann  dlah Pacific liner KinpresH of France  which leaven S out ha nipt nn off January 2<J friv New York. ���������.-���������From, the American 5*i*iet*rov dhi the Kin^v^p"- of Fi*;ir*sK-"������-  leuveri on iln Mediterranean cruise on  February j������ for seventy-ciBht. days*. \  Tlm magic iiihuhIou" will present Its  front door at Lisbon, Cadiz, Cltbralhir,  Algiers, Athene, ("ottHtmi'lnnple, Alex*  andilsii. Beyrout, H^ITa, PAlesttne, Venice. Nsipletj* aud lu-ainy other of those  sun-bathed, old-world places lapped hy  tie. :VN*������ui������-ri������ii������nn.  nothing,  pie our of our llHle spot. Knglaiid,  tlnii will fill this vast Mpttce.-r-Arr.  W-olfe-Alyward   in   lh<-  1-ondon   Tliiie*.  play?* | the blue ivliters oi  S"v**>^ AM  Sfci-ft  The British Hoynt Aeadeit*iy Ih seeking  the .solution   for  on,, ol   ihe  manl  baffling riddles In  the. history of  nrt,  the    secret    by    wliich    the    fatuous^  1 flft-fenth  century   Van   Eyck   broibers  ublutaied huch jiC-a'ma.n<*ncy of colors im  ihetr works'.     The pictures ar-e nmotii.  the   world>   raient.      The   colors   aro  still ire-.tk. TAXATION  ACT  ms?Gh Stmt  l-'r: IS IHE FIN AL DATE FOR. MAKING  RETURNS   OF  INCOME_ AND  Z   t^RSONAL PRQPfcKl y  Ttese Beturas are  required  to be  __led with  the Provincial Assessor  ���������WITHOUT NOTICE OR  DEMAND  Forms and fall information may Jbe qhtained at any  ^     : Tprovincial Assessor's Office.  _������&##������##������������ fo lFIIo ttGiurnm incurs PonrnMims  !rand  Theatre  He stopped traffic on Fifth Avenue���������and  then he stopped a band of arch-croohs in  -"���������[ Ireland I  THOMAS ME1GHAN AND LOIS WILSON IN A SCENE  FROM  THE  PARAMOUNT   PICTURE    "IRISH LUCK"  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY,  MARCH 28  CRESTON  7.30 p.m.  Loyal Orange Lodge,No, 2095  MeetsTHIBDTHURSDAY of  each month at -Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially Invited.  W. H.  CRAWFOKD.W.M  Local and Personal  COCOA I  Watkins Cocoa is a PUKE  Cocoa prepared from choseest  delected Cocoa bean* imported  direct from the Cocoa plantations. A special proceMH of roust-  ling produces a nn*- flavor nnd  makes it eanily dig'**"tible. Con  taiiiH no filler*, nn ndeled chetn-  icals, no artificial] cocoa oil, no  coloring matter nnd none of the  ground nhelIh nr hmtkfl found in  cheap cocoa. Waticina Cocoa ts  fiinperiJne quality,  f 9b. Tlmo, BOom  SPECIAL OFFER  For limited lime  To   every    purchaser   of   one  pound of Watkins Cocoa,  your  Watkins Deiilttr fia nuthorized to  give a  Watkins" Cook Book  containing eighty selected re-  eEpeat. Aftk for one next t"m������  jjonr Wjibklna Denier call*������.  Vajwtf    ________!       ^^    .^   ^^   ^,  ^fm^m    _^JMfl____.     fl_H___L   __l  #     **f������ I-m\ W %S) %mifi 3>3  Birth���������On Match 21st,  to Rev. and  Mrs. Appelt. a daughter. tt  Men^s bow  ties have arri.ved, your  choice 25 to 6Uc, at V. Mawson'e.   -  Cow Fob. Sale���������Due to freshen end  of - Api il.    *t   years   old.    W.   Hendy,  B-_i.   For   Sale���������Purebred    Ayr-I  shire.   12   months   old,    $60.    T.   M.  Edmondson.  Fob Sale���������Auto Jtnitter (3 cylinder)  knitting- machine, almost good its new.  Enquire Review Office.  Wanted���������Cat* cushion, must be in  fair shape.    Enquire Canyon Trading  Company store, Canyon.  Fob Rent���������7 room house, free  watet and poultry house, $10 a "month.  App.y A. N. Couling, Createn.    ;  For Sale���������Team of work horses,  weight about 1 ICO lbs,, aged 4 and 0  years,   Robt. Moore, CreBton,  Pony Fob Bale���������Buckskin pony,  good for saddle, pack work and general  use.    Mrs. .lory. Camp Lister.  Lionel Moore left on Tuesday for  Whitewater, in the Ko-bIo country,  whore he ia working in a mine.  Disc Fob. Salic���������Ono ' horse dine,  used but one season, -Massey-Harr Is  make.    Kay McKelvey, Creaton.  Fob Sale���������Aupanigua plui.ts, $1,50  per 100. Will buy Parson's Beauty  strawberry plants.  Robnon, Wynndel.  Call and ������eo the   spring   sauipk'ii   of  Ti-j-TopTjuilurw,    All  tho latent wfcyloa  al one price, only 827, ab V. MawHoiVa.  KrneHt Paul arrived  from  Kelownn  jjon Friday, and   taken tin? place  of G.  Hull una caw liter at the  lianlc   ofj Com-  in<Tce,  --Seven Wordw fronn the (JrtW will  he the -.object. cU������cm.������ed hy Pastors  Duly, Herd man unci New by at the  united jf-'-rtrEce in the Pa'-fali Hall cm  Goad I'ddny night at 8, All are'  cordially Invited.  Frank Romano, section foieman,  was a business visitor at "Cranbrook A  couple of days last week, getting back  on Saturday.     *      ,  The Presbyterians had a bee on  Tuesday hauling gravel for the cement  foundation . that - is ��������� being built  under the church." A    ���������  Cows Fob Sale���������Choice milch cows,  3 years old, two just freshened R~d one  to freshen in a few days. JSIrs. Gi.  Thompson,  West Creston. ���������'  "  The evening of Monday, May 24th,  fyas been booked by the Rod and Sun  Club, which will be putting oti a whist  and dance on that occasion.  Hatching Eggs���������For sale Purebred  Barred Rock eggs,- also heavy laying  strain    of    White     Leghorns,     Mrs.  Vaness (Alice Sijling), Creston-  If it is Fruit'.oc Nut. treses send for  out* 'spring price list; you will be  pleased. Empire ' Garden Nurseries,  Clayton; R.R. 3, Cloverdale, B.C.  B.GGS Fob Hatching���������Select White  Wyandotte Eggs, $1.25 per setting.  White Pekin.Duck eggs, $1 setting.���������  Mrs.R.Stewart (Alice Siding) Creston.  C. B. Twigg,. local provincial horti  culturist. was at Kaslo a few days the  latter part of the week,  taking charge  of some spraying demonstration work.  Easter - Flowebs���������For sale at  Cook's Greenhouse, a nice collection of  Lillies and other Pot Plants suitable  for Easter. Make your choice hi good  time.  Monday was the warmest day of the  year so far, the ine'reury hitting 64 in  the shad? that afternoon. 42 above  zero was the coolest touch of the 24  hours.  President "tf* H. Jackson is expected  buck from "Victoria early next month,  and it is expected the annual meeting  of the fall fail* will be held on or about  April 16th. .     ,  ia  After being off duty for almost a  month -with a severe attach of the flu-  Miss- Wade was able to rebunte charge  of Division III. at the school on Monday u_iorning.  Next  Friday,   April   2nd,   is   Good  Fri Jay, and is a  public holiday, when  all places of business   will   be   closed,  the postoffk'6 wicket being open from j  5������to 6 p.m. only.  Gordon Hull, who has been cashier  ai the Bank of Commerce for the past  year, b^is been transferred, to Trail,  leaving on Thursday last to assume  his new position.  Rev. S. New by will conclude his  aeries of addresses on the '-'Titles of  Our Lord," with his sermon on Sunday  night, 28th, for which the topic is "The  Light of the Woi-lcl."  ftlhe Preshyterian Ladies' Aid had  very generous patronage at their St.  Patrick's tea and sale of home cooking  on Saturday- afternoon; at, Mrn.' -Henderson's, the cash  intake-being about  Oth Bal  25c������ lb.  Cedar Oil 1  Cedar Oil!  Cedar Oil!  j*  **  Y  CRESTON yDRlie & BOOK STORE *'  GEO. HU KyjSK_XjY  Burns/ Standard Fertilizer $3 a sack  while they last.      _A,bout 25 bags on hand.  Implements and Repairs  We  are   taking   orders  for Repairs NOW.  v Spring work will soon be here and it takes  time to get Repairs. -       -  y  PLOUGH POINTS, to fit any plough, in stock.  Lubrioa-mg Oil and Grease.     Coal Oil.     WHITE BOSE GAS  -  Until you have seen the New 1926 CHEVROLET  Models. Both Models���������open and closed ears���������are  lower in price than last year. They will be in for  your inspection in a few r'ays^- .. .    _. '  SPECIAL���������No reasonable offer refused for a 5-tube Atwater-  Kent Radio, whieh we will install for youat once.  Now is ihe time to have your Overhaul and Repair- work looked  after.    The season is early.    Have it dofie before, the rusk.   -  PREMIER   GARACE  i  PALMER   A,    MAXWELL  Printed Butter Wraps at The Review  STOCK  Simmons Steel Beds in Walnut and White* 2-inch Ronind and Square Pillars,  in 4-foot and 4-faot 6-inch widths. ...   '  Simmons Slumber King and Banner Springs ih different widths.  Simmons Cotton Felt Mattresses, made of White Lagerhd Felt, Fancy Ticking  i ' ��������� :   I  SIMMONS' have manufactured only Beds, Mattresses, ands Springs for  . the past thirty fearaand occupy a pro-eminent place in the industry.  r. ���������      -  - ���������   !      . '  Wvq (arc cxttxttczB" that jwic see ottr v&&$������3<������.  Dry Goods  Groceries  Furniture  Herd were  IfiBlliWiWSfBSi^^  &3tOS  SSWi  ���������gggjg  11  -'���������I  71  '.'I  !  -",.1  ��������� k  Dm]


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