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 ^  __3  *  l_ '���������}������_ _. j _Ei ui    -S_-_E*__M--_--l  Vol. XIX.  CRESTON, R. C.T FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1927  .KO,   35  awrggW-m-a-s  Llmtms*  Lister,friends had a call at the end  of the" week from Harry Brown, a  former resident, "who is now located  at Kimberley. He was stopping with  C. Pipe at Oapyou.,  Capt. Oatts of . Creston, who is in  charge Of fore-try department work  in this ssct'ion, was a Lister .visitor on  official business cm Saturday.  Mrel Beaton of Keewatin, Onturio,  who is a winter visiter with her sister,  Mrs. Wood, at Canyon, .pent a few  days here the past week, the. -guest of  Mas.  Lister,  Mr, and Mrs. Harold Langston and  young daughter arrived home .. from  Nelson at the first of the-'-week.  Tntm TTithgfc, who has been st La.f!!"-  berton for the past month, is back  again and is working with Charlie and  John Huscrofr on their tie* saw ing contract.    . ���������' "C-'"'        ---'?  Mass   Kathleen   Demchuk is    home  .������.m*_t -���������������    4-__���������~   "."!-"'   ���������'^-������-      -���������lil-      ���������~1... ��������� t ..^r-,  __���������._-_������������������ _���������-O VvcD_c>    via.-    vr.-ui   *.__��������������� ��������� ������ _o  at Bouners Ferry, and as accompanied  by her sister, Mrs. Van Ettera of thai:  town, who will .pend a week with her  parents  here.  __[__���������_ Os.**"*-ns**'itr and -_lail*2_ss_ are bscfe  again at _he .<iia.u after a _-i_.ij.i_s  vi4t "with Creston friends.  Everyone should be ont for- the  dramatic entertainment the Creston  A.Y.P.A. are putting on at the school-  house tonight at & o'clock, and ''which  .will be followed by a dance, with Mrs.  __iste? in charge of the music. The  admission is 50 and 25 cents, which includes supper.  Jas. Wilson of the Gray Royal  Granite works at Atabar, got back a  few days ago from a business trip at  Cranbrook. He was a caller at Kitchener and is quite optimistic that development work on a larger scale than  usual will start ��������� this season on .the  iron claims back of Kitchener.  &#_r������ft_-r*������  Mr. and Mars. Goodman arrived' this  ���������ttfeek fpom Cmsbroo_^������>6i'^rVBsife a__-__._f  home of their daughter, Mrs. Boy C.  Praetor.  Rev. S. Newby was favored with a  good t urnont at the Church of England service on Sunday night.  - - . -*  Mrs. .Whiteside- 'was a between-  trains visitor with? Creston friends on  Thursday.      .  The upual   Saturday  afternoon  tea  hast week was another big success abu  netted a handsome saim  for the community ' hall   funds.      The   hostesses  ..were Mars. Dennes and Mrs. Whiteside.  O. M. JLoasby got baack at the end off  the week from aa month's visit with  friends in . Spokane, Montana and  Washington. He is still somewhat  under the weather and will not resume  work for a couple of weeks.  The new steel barge of the C.P.R.  is now on the run between the Landing and Proctor and is proving up to  "expectations, handling 18 cats handily,  as compared with 14 carried by trQ  other craft. The new barge, however,  ..is about half an hour slower making  the trip each way.  THIS IS YOUR  INVITATION  TO ATTEND  Father and Son  Banquet and Social  Under the direction of the  Hustler's Tuxis Square  Trinity Church Basement  UIBgi   a tSEJg   JL  BANQUET at 6.30 p.m.  SOCIAL till 9.30  ADMISSION :  Father and Son. . 75c.  ___-M-  W. J. Wood and' W. Redderson of  Wynndel were business callers here  on Wednesday last.  ' Mrs. E. W. Payne arrived on Satur  day from Creston and is visiting with  M__. McGksnegal for a few days,  _k������ A. Fraehett-J pre.idea, of the  Two-inpne Snap & Hook Company,  kelson, was here on busicess Wednersg  day. last, goaug home  the  following  day..      - .; ���������'  Alex, Derby of the Western Grocers,  and J. E. Webster, the Swift Coaaa-  yasy salss.aara, Oranbrock, were Friday visitors at Kitchener.  Mr. and Mrs. Lamp tree and son, of  "-Taisk, ' spent the weekend In town-  returning on Monday.  , Cyrille Senesael made a business  ttip to Cranbrook on Sunday, and  ���������caime home the next day.  Dean Noiaiad left on Wednesday for  Ciareshola., Alberta, after spending  the past two months with his brother  at Kitchener. He will be much miss-  ed, particularly by the young folks."  W. Cowley, who is employed at the  Putnam, Palmer & Staples operations,  spent the~weekend with his family in  town.  Alphonse LeFuge, who has been  serous!y all with praeurncuie.< is able  to be around again.  '���������yvfyf-Qy Davis made a .business,trip to  Ci-ithbrook  on   Sucday  coming bacr  5.*������_ _l  3._.������SSJ.>* I !3  ���������,   J,  ' C. R. Paulsen president of the Continental Lumber __ Pole Company,  returned to Spokane on Saturday  after spending a week here on business.  Rev. J Herdman, United. Church  pastor at CresLoD, held sesviee in the  schuolhouse on Wednesday, where a  ���������tinge crowd atteiseleu. ���������  Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hickey of Canyon were here on Tuesday, the former  baaying the furs taken so far this  season by W. O. Davis.  A. G. Strudwicke is down from the  the Leadville mine, and is renewing  acquaintances in towia for a few days.  Clifford Foisy left on Tuesday for  Vancouver, where he will spend a  month with relatives. He |went via  Spokane and Seattle.  The whist and dance in Hunt's Hall  on Saturday night was a great success.  Those w.uning first prizes at cards  were Mrs. E. Castle and Mr. Bohens,  white the consolation honors were  carried away by Miss Esther Nelson  Ed. Castle. Lewis, Simpson and ������2.  Castle, violins, and Mrs. W. Arb,  piano, furnished the music for the  evening.  Mrs, N. P. Molander entertained a  number off friends on Friday afternoon at tea. Everyone thoroughly  enjoyed tho affair, the invited gnesto  including Mrs. E. DriiTil, Mrs. G.  Hunt, Mrs. N. It. Devlin, Mrs. A.  Simpson, Mrs, Carl Anderson, Mrs. B.  Johnson, Mra Z. Geroux, Mrs. No.  Ian, and Misses Grace Kendall and  Kathleen Porter. Miss Alico Molander ^assisted tho hoateai.,  A crowd of young people spent a  most enjoyable eVenlng nt tho home  of Mr. and Mrs, A. Simpson on Tuesday. Cards urad dancing wore the  feutures of the evening* Those pre  sent were Misses Ellen Andean, Edith  Gerous, Esther Nelson, Alico and.  Beatrice Moliwapur aud Polly Aml-  roBoff: Measrs. Clarence Devlin, OHf-  foid Foisy, Dean Molaml, Oya*ille and  Mnreel Senesael, Lewis and Claude  Simpson. A dainty lunch woe served,  about miiltaIglat.,aftor which the gang  look their departure and much enjoyed the moonlight walk home.  . Mrs. F. W.^..4UBb_ /who  haa   been a  visitor ������fc Vt_^j-i5_j* *P& Vancouver for  the past monih^^^Tved home at the  end of the mfetz.  Mrs. E. W. Payne was a visitor  with Ki'tchener friends a few days  last week.  The milder weather that has obtained this week has started pruning  operations in this district, Jas. Compters being the -f__s_.--i_p'g-__ operations  under v/ay. *  Mr. Morrison as here from Manitoba  at present on a visit with bis daughter. Mrs. J. H. Webster.  Jack Miaier left a few days ago for  Stavely, Alberta, where be will again  be employed this yeai^ . He landed in  that town iiast as last week's big bliz  zard blew up, and had to remain in  Stavely four-days before he could get  out _o the farm.;       ���������  Miss Gladys Webster was hostess to  >-party or about a dozen friends on  Tu esday e vena rag lasiu the* feature of  the a_fair beio^g dahcing and other  amusements,, with a. midnight lunch.  Theaffaia was much enjoyed by all  the guests, -  Previous to bis departure for the  prairie Mrs. H. Taylbp gave a send off  dance for Jack Mi|!er, which was  attended by "most '.<������. Alice Siding's  younger set, and ah iteport a very^fane  time.  The flats in this section are about  clear of hay, and It b:_s been got home  just in t:_ne, ks the land as beginning  to flood with therecenfc rainy spell.  If the party who? went honae from  Friday night's dance minus his own  pair of rubbers will? call at the jpack-  tngshed  he eaaa s^ajure them.   They  i������?etu-nedp?-������������������ '"''���������';.      ' "'?:?V- . ;??���������:"?f!y-'?;-yy:  . Almost 175 people were button Fiti-  day night for the Social Club dance  which was held in the Compt on "packing shed and which was featured by  some exciting boxing,' Geo. Bertram  ;.ad Jimmy Lock head goiug S rounds  to a draw, and Ron. and Hec. Stewart  spariing for two rounds to no decision.  There was also a wrestling bout to  round out .proceedings, which were  highly appreciated.  where they will reside in future. The  former Duperry ranch, owned by the  Celli's. is .eased* to Jan Hing of Creston.  Dick Hall is at Creston for a couple  of weeks, getting _k short training at  the Imperial Bank before leaving to  take a position in an Imperial branch  on the prairie.  Visitors were here from all points  in the Valley for the sale of the effects  of Henry Brownrigg on Tuesday. In  the main prices. were low. Ardrey  Wilson of Creston was the buyer of  the radio.  R. Dodds got away this week  for a few weeks trapping on  the line at Cultus Creek, f He has  been operating up Summit Creek since  late in December and has taken a very  fine catch of weasel and marten.  G&n&akm mWity  Harry   Brown   of  Kimberley  lasrQ   _������eS"S   _ ���������     ���������_- ���������������  past week, the guest of his old friend,  M.     JIJW  has  >*ns  Charles Pipe.  W. H.. McQueen, who had his foot  rather badly crushed while working  at GoatfeU the lalter part of January   .Stt,  _iuu    >������ lit  Tho ToiaaiBt IIoLol nt Bull Eivor will  be rtsbiiil. aH oucoa������t a co������fc of 912.000.  ������c*SssSss%ve3  Before leaving on Wedaiesday Henry Brownrigg announced that he had  sold his ranch to W. V, Jackson, who  gets possession imaiaediately.  The backers of the community hall  are awaiting the disappearance of  frost from the ground when work of  platting in the cement pillar foundation for the hall will commence.  Mrs. Frank Colli and family left  at the first of the week for HighRiver,  Alberta,where Mr. Celli has purchased  a confectionery store    business,   and  CORPORATION OF THE  Village of  Creston  NOTICE TO  Dog Owners  All Dog Licenses wero  diio and payable at tho  Municipal Bnilding on January 3, 1927. Final notice  is hereby given that; sneh  licenses must be immediate-  ly paid or the full legal  penalties of the By-Law will  be enforced.  By order.  W. O. TAYLOR,  Village (Jlerk.  Creston, Feb, 9, 1927.  Mrs. J. M. Craigie was at home on  Tuesday night in honor of Mrs. and  Jessie Celli, who  left on   Wednesday  (jtVln   fU���������    n������ift ���������'_.-��������� 'l-M~._.    1L������S_ ^       /l!l.���������  _*jO:s ������... -_.-_���������__ c_u-L_.!jgu   ui>c>i aiucr  ta.   Cards were the feature of a much  enjoyed evening.  Mr. and Mtrs. BU Brow-arlgg got  away on Wednesday for their new  home at Red Deer, Alberta, where  they are leasing a farm and expect to  remain permanently. As Henry did  not sell his car at Tuesday's sale it is  likely he will be back in June to secure  sir���������and will lend bis oldtime- hand with  the four-day Chautauqua.  Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Palfreyman had  the assistance of a large and quite  unexpected company of neighbors to  help them celebrate their coming of  age as a married couple on Friday  night���������the twenty-first anniversary  of their %������edding day. Seven tables  of visitors indulged in whist at which  the prizes were made by Miss Beulah  Pensen and George Truscott; Mrc. E.  Botterill landing the consolation hon-  jyw-TfV"'.?-.-^^-^ "���������"������������������ !'^'r-���������.i-:<fliJX-[' ��������� 'fr**^^>^.-^?,:'-*?--:H,^.^-'-r'ir--"'"'-'.'-.:-*''.-': v -'��������� .-->--''.". ������������������.-������������������ ^  ^ao_T_;'"fThere were sortie fmusic^fmuai^  S5*_rs and a very sumptuous lunch and  certainly everyone had the best of  times.-. .. '������������������    ���������  .      .���������,:-.���������-���������   -.-."  *sCo-OpJ9 Elects Directorate  Ihere was a large and representative turnout of shareholders of Ores-  ton Valley Co-Operative Association  at the annual meeting in Spees*s Hal!  Saturday afternoon, over*which F,  Knott; the association president, presided.  Mr. Knott presented a carefully  prepared statement covering the year's  operations, as well as explaining the  balance sheet in consideratable detail.  Satisfaction was espressed at the  expansion in the association's bue!  ness in 1020, which was reflected in  the erection of a new store at Creston,  at a cost of $3500. This was opened  in August, and since that time it has  been found necessary to put on an  addition of 40 feet, so that today the  store building covers an area 28 x 100  feet.  The expansion in business was at  least 25 per cent, tho feed baisiness,  with the exception of hay, being the  heaviest on record. With "enlarged  store space it was now possible to  handle a line' of staple dry goods us  well as some lines of hardware, both  of which were, proving*popular with  tho stores' patrons. With the longer  experience in business had also come  increased efficiency in buying which  was particularly noticeable in tho feed  department. On all sides satisfaction  was expressed ait the splendid financial standing shown by the balance.  sheob.  Joff. Knott and Geo. Davie wero  scrutineers for tho* election of directors, the following beiug chosen to  servo on the executive for 1027: J. M,  Craigie, W. G. Littlejohn, T. R. Mawson, F. Knott, John Blinco, E. Has-  kir.aa and T. Goodwin. The usaaal  votes of thanks wero passed, including  ono to 3. M. Oraiglo for services rondo red as chairman of tho building  committee In at year.  .i.i|%     a cuun     __:_._>������r ci jr,  be at iea8tT~_wo weeks yet before he  can even wear a boot.  Miss Mabel Bond, who has heen  visiting wath her mothers ? Mrs. As  Bond, for some weeks past, has gone  to Kimberley> where she has secured  a position. '.*>.  The picture show attracted the  usual fine turnout on Saturday even-  lag, _������td the af_e_* dance, for which  the music was under the direction of  Geo. Davie, was also much enjoyed.  Quite a number .com ]_e_������ were at  Creston on Saturday afternoon for the  annual meeting of the Creston Valley  Co-Gperative Association of which _?.  Knott,"president last year, and was  again hoaored wi_ii a place on t_ae  executive.  Although the weather appears to be  iavorabie the amount of pruning  being done at Canyon, is lighter than  usuai. >,  Tom Hickey was a business visitor  in the Kaslo country last week on his  fur buying rounds.  Buttercups in bloom were picked in  the Canyon area on the "16th. They  were gathered by Dick Penson who  discovered them on the south side of  some timber on the Knott ranch,  their location being entirely free from  snow. ' -'���������������������������'���������  Vic. Kanio of Vancouver,  who  has  been a  visitor with his Jap parents  be_e|:fojiMthei-fpast,*}twa months, returned %o they coast metr-opoias at the  first or the week.  Tho Courior cltiirataa this winter's  snoivfull at Cranbrook is tho heaviest  since Wlfl.  Bonncra F-i-i-ry pouitrymcn, In addition to supplying tho local market, aro  MI-ipififtK    ������I������*i-a*it    (m)   *r   HttH    of    t'ggej ft  wool*,,   which    manna $.00 of  out_lda  cnpltal coming into that town weekly.  Ladies' ���������am_au_iJ.y Club are putting  on a whist at the hall on Friday evening, March. 4th, with the usual������ popular prices of admission.  Friday night the surprise party,  squad invaded the home of Mr. and  Mrs. Geo. Davie and made a braw  Scotch -f-ichb off at with dances and a  vari<*d line of amusements and, -of  course, a very fine lunch .at midnight.  The affair was so thoroughly enjoyed  that it was alsaacst breakfuet time before the last off the guests departed.  J. G. Wean-month is reported to  have sold ten acres of partly improv  ed land adjoining his own place to a  Mr. Brett, who has been living at  Erickson for some weeks pust. The  new comer gets possession at once  and will proceed with the erection of  residence immediatley.  Canyon Hall Association are having  another show of pictures at the hall  Sliturday night, 26th, This is the  third picture screened and the proceeds are being nsed to liquidate tbe  hall debt.  ONE-DA Y DISPLA Y  L  Spring  on  FRIDAY, FEB, 25th  Large assortment of Ladies' Spring Coats. We have  arranged for this display  from one of the leading  manufacturers, will offer yon  exceptional values, Do not  fail to make your selection  early,  ���������1  9  H3 Worth its weight in gold'*  World's Smallest Seaplane  Mine. Beatrice Charlebois could not hold pen to ivri  Nerves completely shattered, health ruined. Now alert,  vigorous and strong, she gives praise to Tanlac  Tho  two-year  ordeitl  which  she ~  paassrd through before Tanlac came to  laea* p_vra-.ar.ent relief, was recently de-  Ecrabeci bv Mme. Beatrice Charlebois,  of 22 Rose-St., Ottawa.  *��������� What I endured ia that time could  not be told," she said. "I was so weak  I eoaild ha-tlly walk. My appet 11 e was  poor arid any stomach gave no cud of  . t roau >le. Gas atid pains woiald bring  on aaiuiing .pclis.  "My nerves were so completely  ���������shattered that I jumped iu fright  every time the doorbell rang- My  hand trembled so that it could not  hold the pen to write nay nauac. Night  alter night I've goaae .without sleep,  too nervous to lie still for even a few  moments. Bveai nay housework became too much for me.  '*i tried all kinds of reaoedies iaa  1 ho.se two years, but can honestly say  Tanlac gave nie any iia-^t real ro-i^S? T>>-  tmiltiu. upsothat I've gained LI lbs.,  eat^and sleep fine and have nerves us  _^&^:;3?M^_s^*S3g_-l__s*s_a  calm and: steady as ever. Tanlac i8  worth its weiglat in gold."  Build up. your health oat Tanlatv  ������__&._&'_- owe ionic made 1'rom roots,  herbs and barks. Your druggist has it.  Cver 5U million bottles sold.  j Brilliant Future Predicted for New  Type of Air  Machine  The .'-smallest seaplane iai the world,  one.?������, which is destined to form part  of the oquipaaient of every submitriaie  in tho French Navy, has Just boeia  delivered tit 'Siar<_sm������.s. Named The  Passkey, tlie perky little "plane as the  first oC rnaaiy do-Roais to ho constructed.  The naayhlna rose from the water  an 9 seconds.and ita ta. few an'mutes attained a height of 2,000 l"eet Iaa three  .uiiuUtP-^ after dv-������cocvdi������iX Maa-eel lias-  son had separated tho inae.hla.ie into  many parts, ready to be puekeil  aboard the submarine.  At a convenient point the sub-  marbae can vlso to ihe saari"ac'<������ where  the seuplaaae. in the time ancaatLoraed,  can- b������> assembled on deelJ and take  the air. A brilliant fat Lure is predicted for Luis new type at air machine,,  for it Is assoa*t_cl that it can retaia*ta  to  the ssaabanarirae  utter .������������������aconnoitring  NADIAN BANK BILL  is guaranteed by a gold deposit'/in Ottawa to  be worth its face value.  So every package of Red Rose Tea is guaranteed to be -worth the price printed on, the  package���������(and a littlemore).  The best goods of any kind are usually the  cheapest���������this is particularly true p������ tea.  If you use Red Rose Tea in 1927 your tea bill  will be less and your satisfaction greater-  "Every package is  guaranteed  9?  w  O  ���������������-*������'** *&  w  attd be as spo.Go.iIy haaaled aboard.  W V    fc-������ ������  . ^* _. A. "_��������� *_* _h    W  Among; rite aataaay intere..iLing- and valuable reports issiaed by the nomit.aon  ISaareaaa of Statistics, the one teeenaty made public containing; an analysis of  home ownership iai Caaaadu based on the ht.st Dominion eonsaa-? ia most  lnstraaeiive. It. id likewisu- of aa encoua*aging- character indicating, as it. does.  that   a   fairly   high   perceaitago   of   t-aauidlans   own  their homes.  According io the figures pwsotuod, there are 2,..--.512 _as-d]__s an Canada,  a ltd of this number .1,239, l">*> own their homes, as compared with 762,3G2 lit ing  in rented houses*. lav other words. t>_ out of every 100 families own. their  braiii As is natural, and to- be- expected, ah** aae-eetitage of realtors is nvuch'  higher in die- cities, towns and va]luges thara in rural districts, the respective  i'gures being: llua-al home, owners <\Sl.i per cent.. lo {'enters 21% per cent;  urban home owaers   -6 per  cent., to urban houae renters 54 per cent.  Pain in ihe Back  Yields to Nerviline  If yon have Palled io secure: relief  from other remedies, raab on lots of  good old "Nerviline,"' the stroasgesr.,  most poneta-ating pain relief oa the  market. Noi-vlllno aets quickly oaa  small pains aaad is the surest to drive  -out tho big ones. XL's becaaase every  drop oE NftrvHlue nibs iat, because it !  has the ability to shale in deeply that  y it driver*, away pain that ordinary oily  Liniments won't touch. Large S.c  bottles at all dealers.  ASmSjf __���������.l_^_3i__ UiX_H__.^*4j_.SLi r__.__.,J__ its ������3_.if 0. ������������������3���������������i.e  Did Not Fear 'Plane Trip  Wals**  Lit  ae  x ������*_-_\.^,,  :!'!  Kdvrard  Iskmd naal-ces   the hest showing in the  Dominion  S"!-r per cent, rairttl. aaid 5G'i ���������*.���������*������������������ a* eeat. urban home owners.'.This is an  strled poriioQ of Canada and ih-e popaalation as ot course, siuall iai comparison with the other provinces.  It -wail be e-speciaU}- -?a*ati.ying- to the people ot the prairie provinces to  learn   that   thin   newer  portion   of the   --������minion   makes   a  strong  showing:.  Although a young: country where tlae people are really ouly beginning to be- j  tome established, and to which the majority o.C in_mtffrants anake their way, j  more t'amiiies  already    ov,-ii   their   honies   than   is   the   case   in   the   eld.cr J  provinces.       Saskatchewan,    the    tbia-d    province    an    Canada   in   point   oC '  l.opulation. follows closely titer P.E.E. with S3 otat o������ every 100 rural families  aiad  5ft out  of  every 100 ui*ban  families owning'  tiieh* homes?, ��������� n>3 compa-rfwn  I4ne.ii should he laua\g on the line  so that the weight falls on the warp  threads, that is, the threads raaaming  the long way oC the cloth.  OUR WINTER WEATHER  no Difference Where "One Dies  Says Passenger  A War    Department    report    _a*6m  Panama tells of a recent incident 5u  which au army aeroplane carried au  I aged native woman 300 miles "back to  die anions' her   o\va������   people    in   the  C hr I qui   -country    of    Panaarca    after  physicians at the Panama City Hospital pronounced Iter case hopeless.  As the plane prepared to start, ait  interpreter asked the patient-passen-  fi'et ������C she was not afraid to ride in an  aeroplane.  "When, one anust die, one dies," she  replied with a shrug of Iter shoulders.  Gold Mines Profitable  Profit of the gold mines on the  Transvaal, South Africa, for 'the  month of November, 1^26, amouaated  to -������1,110,254, the secretary of tho  TraRsvaa. Oha-nber or; Mines  nesbua-g, has reported.  r g ���������_*'_-_��������� ��������� ���������  ;>:  per cent, a-ural and  per cetat. ua-baai home  v. ith, sny OaaUirio, witla  o waters.  Alberaa couaos a close second to SasTsatchewati, St*'4 per eent. rural and  4'���������}*.������ Per cent, urbati Eamlties being ltome owners. Manitoba shows 791:4  per  ceni.  rural, and  \l\-j.   per  cent, urban home owning families.  The percentage of home owaiing families for all Canada would be .much  A Trying Time for People With  Weak Watery Blood  Canadian winter weather is  a trying time    for    debilitated,    run-down  S������   Sv  r,fl0S,t+ ^\   ������f    ^^r115 I prominent Greenland- department offl  nouses. Slack  of  out-of-door exei*ctse,3  ^-.fnna  99  Protests Against Sale  The Nationalist   Union    of   Iiergeu  protested to the   Norwegian    govern-  iiaeat a.gaiaast the Danish plan to sell  .Greenland.      The   tiaion   declares    a  tbe restricted diet of- the season, all  \ have their effect o-o,-- weakened sys-  [ terns. Tltea*e is always in such eases  i_the danger of severe colds, attacks of  ["influenza,  or   the  still   more  dreaded  higher but for the fact that _<v.ss than one-third of the families living in the j pneumonia..   There  is no  other  time  i-ities and towns of Quebec owai their homes.    In Ontario, on tbe other hand. I of  --"car. .wheat  a  bountiful  supply  of  tho airtizans aud workers an the big indaa-ftrial centa-es appear to be purchasing  homes a-atlter than rentiug. the percentage  of urban homo   owners iai that  province   being,   as   already   stated,   51*2.   or   the  behest   in  the  Dominion  after P.I'M, and Saskatchewan, aatd almost eaual to these two provinces.  Taken as a whole  .these   figures   aro    gratifying   in   that   they   reveal  Canadians as a home-loving aaad honae-buildiaag people, iai marked  contrast,  u>  the manner in  which  tho.  residents in the  big United States cities arid ved iaa blocks and aparr.tttOTit houses and dependent oa*a restaurants, lunch  coaiuters and cafeterias.    This laoaue  buildiaig characteristic 6T Canadians  Ss  reflected iat the laealrh of tlae people aatd the low* death rate in this country as  compared with other coaaattries?.  sial recently"' left Copetthagen for Can-  EsiDecially Prepared for Infants  and Children of All Ages  ada and it is feared lie is  conferring .vw-tbout; opiates  Mother! Fletcher's -Castoria- has  been in .use for over ;"0 years to relieve babies aaid children of Constipai-  tioaa, Flatulency. "Wind Colic and  Diarrhea-* allaj*iatg-:-,Ft>'vpris_thcss- arising titeaofrom, and, by regulating the  Stomach and Bowels, aids the assim-  ilation- o t" Food ;   giving natural sleep  with Canadian authorities on tlie  question of selling Greennmd' to Canada.  rich, red blood is so necessary; aud  the one way tu keep the blood rich  and pure and thttsaA-oid winter trouble is through the use of I>r. Williams' Pink Pills. IC, unfortunately,  you bare fallen a. victim to influenza,  or other winter troubles, this same  medicine will restore your health aaad  strength. Among tho_e who have  proved the value of Dr. Williams'  Panic Pills is Miss Margaret Pearson,  lt.lt. No. 3, Chatham. Miss Pearson  had passed through a "severe a( tack  of influenzal and says :��������� "It left'mo so  The genuine bears signature of  i  The. only IIy ita the oiuuueni, so- far as Western Canada is concerned, 5a ������ weaifc ullu    ruu-down,    t.lnit    I    could  found in the fact that hatildiaag lots in most if not all our Western cities a nil  larger towtts aro held at too high a price, thus acting as a deterrent to hoatte  building. Iat view of the vast vacant acreage in which those- centres of  popaakttioat are located, utad the ease with which thoy can bo extended, if  necessary, prevailing prices for vitcaaat cliy and town lots: are. In many  instances, sibsuitl. Thoy are a relic of the speculation, indulged jai during  '"boom days."  llonao building by young people about to ha- married should bo widely  ��������� ���������aieou raged, it makes for pot'ma nonce sind happiness ita 1lu> hoanej il, is a r*ood  in\estmont frona a, paarely oconomic standpolait, while paying iaullrpef  dividends iaa better health thaai liviaag m an apartment or block. The town  or city which oneourngos its citi/.on,-' to build and own their homes as found  to be more tittmotive, anoro ssubstantial, anore prosporous, thaaa oiao whore a  largo percentage of the residents are routers,. moviiiK about, from house to  house, aud who can easily pnll up stakes aatd' depart I'or other .scenes.  scarcely walk. Aaaaeaaiia set in mid it  almost seenaed as it I would net pull  tlnrougla! tho winter, as 1 grew so weak  that the least exertion would ba*iug oaa  fainting spells.. I Wats under medical  ta*eatrnont, but it dill not help nae.,  Then oaie day in our local naner 1 :  read an advertasmenl: of l>r. William's'i  Pink Pills, and decided to ta*y thoavt. j  Py the (auto 1 had used three boxeH 1 |  folt much bettor, and coaitttvuiug the  use of tho pills II, was not long before 1 fell biHlev than -I had been before tho influenza attacked itie. 'My  aiapid vecovory saarprlscd aaay fraettds.  and wheat asked "What did you do?"  I wouhl protnlly pjay, "Not my doing.  but l.)r. AVilllanas* Pink PLUs." To an.v  aat tensl,. tho i������ills hsivo been worth  -rrz j their weight  in  gold,"  As  it. proeianHon  agalaasl. winter ills  ||.,|*."l. IHIH.HIH.HH]  STOMACH MISERY,  GAS, INDiGESTSGN  'Tape's Diapepstn" Corrects  Sour, Upset Stomachs  at Once f  3 I d t. t t. iu wiii Hi'' * ta-rH!-H-H--l-1-f"il-,-A'!-'-'"*-'lA-^''^-)-"-V-' ���������?  "Pape's Diapepsin"' is  the  cpiiclcept,  surest relict for indigestion, . gases,  flatulence, hoar-burn, sourness, f'er  mentation ot  by acidity,  i ianmediate  your stomach and digestion now  for a few cents. Druggists sell attilliotas  of packages.  Poisoned By Radium  stoaaaaala distress caused.  A ������o-\v tablets give almoat  sloniiicli -'reliel'.    Correct  Might Need Help  ��������� A Iravulltng palosinEut sttiyang at a  sntt-ill hotel wished to catcb aaa early  anornlng trsuat atad ayl-od the pru-  pi'-eLre-s for the loan ol' ait alarara  clock. She produced the clock aaad  remarked: "We doaa'l. often use it, nit*.  and wo me time a It h ticks a. bit, but E( at,  dcvo.sta't go ol'l', :|UHt    touch    Iho , little  Woman  Was  Iwfacted While   Painting  Clocks Says Doctor  j? IEadiutu poisoning, according to the  Medical Examiner's office,    was    res-v  pbnsible for tho death, iia ihe presby-  tcrian   haspilal,   New   York,   of  Miss-  EUrzabeU- Webb,    25,    of    Waterbury,  Conn.  It becaaaae  known  that  Miss Webb  jhad been employed Cor some tame iai  painting clocks and similar objects  with radium paint. Sho became ill  arid was rotnoved to the hospital,  where every effort was made to check  the poison, which caitsesi bono rot, an  effect similar to that, caused by cancer on flesh.  take   Dr.   Williams"   I'laak   Palls -now.1 uimwwv aaad it'll ring all right."  Wold bv all  tuedk'lnn dealers, or Hont!    bwanjtll   lit    Mo   ������    hnv.   by   The   I>r. \ ���������   "'  Williaans*    aio'dlcini*    fo,,    Eirockville,;     Bonae men naaimgo io dodge enough  Ont. ' work io keep a ilo/ett people busy.  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for?  Colds  Pain  Headache  Neuralgia  Neuritis Lumbago  Toothache   - Rheumatism  War Traces All  R.rnoved  ' There reaimlan    tuil,    n-    sliifcb"    nlufll  hole In l.haf Floaaalsh coutalrya^ldo tmlny  nnd  nil  tlie  lani*laod wli'o,  flasit nlpjht-  aaaare of the Infantry, ban ftat*ally been  \ rolled  tip.    Tim  denp woundh   In  the  i bt*o;,.si   of   l In-  .hills, oaiCti  xly, y.ug'KtnK,  | laaa'o hntiled  woiadrot.iE-'ly.    K'ol   a ruin \  | cnit  be discovered  front   iln> oate eatd |  I ol'   lie I Mini u   tt<������   I ln>   ol.hej*.   U   lit  H.'ald  I hiilL h aiiillion  rtncM.doaSi'd .shidls were  taken   t'roau   Iho hoII.  Children's Colds  Ara b*������t tr*������te_ e_- ���������  taxnaiay. Check ttaani  ov arnliclJ t -without  *,_o_1���������b:"' "by ra������bbtn������  Vlok_ ov������r tliroat and  cheat _t badtlma.  W VaipoRuc,  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  j     rtv. col.      and       palutabtfi,  ' ri'ptuhlo to  (Children,  and   It  ��������� wovK nUi'oly  and {.u'oiiiplly.  I m, wax, ,,11-imni  ap-niia.���������-aawaw--**���������'  Mother  L".    :ic-  iIooh   ll:������  ^SmMm%m%*\twMl0^^^ %W  Accept   only   "Bayer"   pneknge  ���������which contains prnven directions.  ITnndv   "Unvr-r"   laoxon   of    12   liahlcl-  Alao WtWoI 24 itml Inn���������l>rai{?(������liit������.  jaxr.trl.r i.i II.* ara.l*. mark <i>_UI������-r*i. hi ������������n������(l_^ "f Uayrr ������laiiiif(ij'liiiy. ������.f Mrtt...������r*lic-  ���������,.t���������^,t..f or MaH.*.Tll.*������cl*l <Ac������.|������l MnaK-yllt** Artti, "A. M. A,"I. Wtitli. Jl la ���������v������������*lt knovirt  <__- A*,.f..������ i.������^*.iv J-������.rfr r.t������,���������,f_.-i.ir<'. I" anv-tit ah<- fnVllf aralnat* lwVaat|..i������B. U������w ���������a**_VI������  #:  ���������������>*,!���������  i\>.m<unj   ������;it   I*. _tN.'*v->l  *.11U   tJaitlr fi-iieral  Ira-la  ������a.a*_,   III*  "Udjir Ccvm< "  ^ljira-U*tl nt.r������n drivu naorrs o������r������rully  ilmaa hacludnrii, sa<*������*.oa*dhvH Lo autoann-  bllmi hia*iantn<;������������ a<*ttiii-i'loH. IT.o Iwavida  tjiMioKt who ttraa'olH aUni<'. Hit Id th*_  old i.troN'oib.  athlctoa i4Q������   (Miaafla'cro Llrtiwent.  VV,     N.    if.    .HIGH  Save Money and Beautify the Honie   u_^. ___i_������___________l_______r������������B������������ll������MBi������|>������������l^^  rfffi-tf^* Grow Your Own  Vegetables* and Flowers  ���������Buy  ^^t      ^^^SI ^M^^l t^j*0* ^^7  Seeds  ^N-^^__E_l__-i*mld______M  m ��������� J-i^iSHwfltfwBBQa- aaufV-i^_a-^PaBwB_a_p_5apBj ^  We :we t't-e o!.f,K������*^t' R������"������t-d Hoiasr! In  Canada which show Id he an Assurance  of the quality -intl servacc tlui, wc jiiVe.  Write for our 112 page Catalogue  *_*"*_n_ aT" it*  V* W% W*  l4  .B,  <a VJ__j3__)I       %,  John A* Bruce & Co.. Limitea  ^smaamamieasjit&^'iwxf^mmi  HAMILTONI  mtwimmmmmmmimmm  -i.iaM.du4 IM.-.'l>      ONTARIO  tiWff* + ������  ���������Aa^miiiT-iaiiB������lifiiiiii[iitittir������i_a^ ...  ���������tfBli!  Mi  ������  ������-#|!p$^^  ������^^'^P������^i;_,%S*'';*ll1������;fej;������^; THE   BEVIES   .CRESTON.  "n_  JL>-  c.  /  l^*i   /    s"l  _!^V  f;6 N RAILWAY  ^p7@    \_������ ������._ar s;(������_a _*____ -__>__������ Ga_a  ��������� s   __> _������ ���������*&_������  niAMNvn-s  _a j_n_nt.f% A  t_r^ W  fcSililAlES AKE  TA  Otiawa?-fllon. J?rA. l.obbV IMiaaister  of Finances' tabled estimates oC $21.-  000,000-.-j"oK-;'-,:;th������--v'.Caaiadlinn-.- 'Rational.  Itallwayg fror, Hlsb present ii seal; yeaiv  The estimates sire tlie saaxae as werfe  brought dowai last session less 'SlO,--  000,000 then voted.i-? .���������.--��������� -----v- ,.,>..������������������,,,.-,.,.-,  An eslimatq roi* f-1,000,000'.'for. the  Caa^a'diaia" Go'voriinTeht- -i'J5erelirin--^'^a'*-;-  riai������! was also tabled by Mr. Kobb.  Thf|:; repa*esent,s the main estimate  !"T6rSthe Merchant Marine o������ last-s.es-  siojfrf loss ?2fi0,<)00 then voted. The'  total,-at pproprhrtioaa io the Gaaaadian  Nagonal and tlae Merchant _.%rin<e  iu fho estimates is $21,400,000.    J������..������:;  They are classified as loans.  - -five peUtioaas asking for..rthe.,.*trans-  feryfioC   the   aaatural   re source^ Of My  berta to -that province withota. iaitep*  fej^hee, wero presented, in th#Hous������*  A? pension not 1,6 exceed::$2J5>D0:-per.'.  aialfuau. for   Canadian winners of the  Vijeloaia 'Cross  iai the  Great War is  eunvested by T. L. Church, M.P., To-  .  a-onto. y-....: .     ...:..-  5$. ball to aanend the Railway;; Act  bullae establishing of speci-ail freight'  rates on coal, was inlrodaaced in th-e  Itfause by Ala*. Church. It received;first  r<rSding\ The Toronto snen^ber said,  ediial should be Carried, on; theyfsame  -special   rate basis-;ias grain-' and- flour.  &E. J. Carhaaui. I'.F.A., Bow River,  has placed a resolution-on the order  Pilpor d-X'hiring; that Canada's prime  lainistor should be under obligation  to'^obtaii. tho sanction el! ; the , ina-  .ioHty ot alio House before advisisvg  Ills Kxcollency the Governor-General  toi?dissolve parliament. *..������������������.-.*'  ������A measure to'sive financial assist-  ataeo  to  the Hoyal  AgrlcuHnraKtViai-  Byrd Enters Cos__petiti9!S  ��������� >,'  Will    Take    P_*rt    in    Trans-AtJantic  Fligb.  for  $*25,CQ0   Prize  New York.- -Commander Richard  Evelyn Byrd, air conqueror oE the  North Pole, will compete this spring  for tlae ������25,000 prize offered by Raymond ;Qrteig 'fdr the''''first non-stop  night between New York knd Paris,  The New York Tianes says.  A Pdl-ker liiortoplan'ei of the Josephine Foa*d type, in which' Byrd  "reached tlie top of the worlds; is now  being built for, the flier for use in the  forthcoming flight. The- new ma;.  chine, slightly ]aa*ger thaai the Joseph Sane '' ForxtV���������'��������� wlli;'----b'fe'''''yri5_ai?:('by three  Wright, whirlwind engiaies of 225  hoi'sepower each.  ^ Just when ".Byrd will start had. iaot  yet been learned. The Times says,  although it is believed that he will  leave"'in the late May or caiiy June.  s|'13isf 'plane will have a flying radius  of at least 4,000 miles, providing a  fair factor of safety in the 3,600-mile  trip frona New York to PiirisT??pne-  third |(6>E the distance wil.yfbe ' oyer  laiid?- ' ::??.;?  :-Gn his coming:^jflightv Byrd -may  oppose Captain Rene Fonck, the  French ace. Fonck and Lieait.-Commander Noel Davis, officer in charge  of naval activities of the navy department, are reported to be con-  teanplatirtg eaaleriug the i*ace.  Coannaander Byrd will probably fly  along  the    New    England    coast    to!  Newfoundland; and    then    along    tho  great   circle, to   the   Southea*n   tip   of  :Knghind'-aiid?Fi'atrco?V ,;?���������'? ?">   "?'-���������?  .:;"-.  'mat e tt-_mA-_ _a      _p_.������v  fViANIJ-lKA im  A *___.______ __    -*mW <  Proposed Creamery Merger j  Matter is introduced in Saskatchewan !  Legislature   by   Premier  Gardiner  Kegina.���������Pi'eanier     Gardiner's     an-j  nounceruent of the amalgamation of j  the Saskatchewan. Co-operative I  Creameries, I-iiuited, Moose Jaw, was I  ana.de an the Saskatchewan legislature. He rnoyed the: adjournment of  gave the 3_egisiature,au outline of the the house in order to make liis siate-  government's policy toward the pror j ment,  which  was   received  ALE0FBEER  Winnipeg.-���������Premier  John   Bracken  *s_rf_r._rn_*3  tfll  ,Ted  in   tense  btjen  said Premier  Visit  ada Later  lei* Fair Association will he1-?JntiraarJ  diaeed by Hon. W. 11. Motherwell,  hrinister of agriculture.  ?f?yNotice has been ^iven hy the Gov-  ei'jaanent ol" legislation for establish-  i.-oent. oC,_ rural ..credits,,, old. age pensions,*: tdr^-eyaluatioai; pf, Soldieri^et-  Uenn-aii laind*s,:?_or ili������ypen������xy post yyon  drop letters and "abolition: 6tvHa'x;'''bat  iyecuipts. The legislatioai was before"  |iio 'Ifouse last i:essioai but failed to  hh'cbtne^flaw^^y-' Furtheriaxbre-:-tlie.=yGpv-:  on intent is bringing do*\va. a bill for  a loan or $12,000,000 to the Montreal  llnrbor Commi������ai;sioners and. a bill to  confiran the scheme of ari-angomoiit  ol!  Ausu&t  26,  1!)2G, with the holders  visit of King George  Says London Paper  London.���������"It is to be    hoped  Canadians   -will   understand   the  impossibility--..pf.    Kiiag    George's  cepling the    invitatioii  ? Ddayninibh.:. ??iiaf?" HvHy":,  Weekly TanaIhr""  '.'A month's  absence  at that time of tlae yea  oiat of the question that it is a  der   His   Majesty   should   have  Possible  to    visit  declares :  that  real  ac-  the'  The  froan  England  r is so clearly  worthed*  posed, referendum in the province on   silence.  There was discussion' on the  statement 'arid ' -after ''the" pa*eiailer  ���������withdrew--his motion for the adjourn-'  ment, the house proceeded with roai--  tine business.  "The   government   has   been-"-mails'  acquainted   with   the   fact   that     the  Saskatchewan  Cooperative   Creameries," Limited,  had  approached  Cauld-  er^s Creamei'uis,".I_imited, with a view  tqoan anraigamatioax and that jaegotia-  tibns: with   this  object in view   haive  under- way    for     soine     time,"  Gardjaiei*.  |?"It is considered by those. interested   that   the   px*oposed  amalgamatioai  will make  possible  the  operation  of  tliae new company in such a manner as  to greatly benefat the  dairy industry  oi? the- province.  I|"lt will be necessary, if the aaaial-  gamation is yconsunamated, for certain,  atniendemnts to be made to the pres-  ^ent   Co-operative   Creameries   act  as  it is iiateaided that the proposed new  ?ebmpany  shall    operate    under    the  iii\me of the SaskattclxewaiL Co-operative   Creameries, Caniited.? and   under  the Co-operiative Creameries act..  y "In  the  event    ameoiding    legisla-  i ytion being  brought, before the  house  :an   opportunity   will   then  be   offered  ?"_or   a   lyuif y^^cusgiph"- of   tlae ywholc  -.matter.-?   f;.   y; ,.--?" y:yyy-.fy - ?y   f-f.-.?- j  the sale of beeav  The .Government, he said, pa-oposes  to introduce a bill which before its  passage "may bei worded to suit all  purtiesyiiroj, |hg- legislature. This W^  will be submitted iai the foa*m of a  referendum.  The premier was aaisweiing cxdtic-  isaai directed against the Govei-nment  duriaag the eoui^e of the debate on  tlae address in reply to the speech  from the Throne, in which Opposition  leaders had inferred that the Government was trying to avoid responsibility b^fsufcinittmg to the people  a bill fr4^-#?-fspine, outside source.  Prearaier Bracken: was emphatic iaa  stating...that, a..referencluau on the beer  question was .justified.  .Mr. Bracken outlined the Government's policy on iaamigi*ation and  colonization^ He forecast the creation  of a central agricultural development  board, with sub-agencies throughout  the province, to aid, dh-ect and gen-  erally su'p'ervi'se settlement* of vacant  lands. He also intimated that a eorn^.  p,etent anining. expert from the  IJniversLty; pf.MaiaAtoba would be engaged yto direct the Government's  work in assisting development of  min erals.  Heart Disease Ranks First  New York.-���������Heart disease ranks  first today eiuiong tlae causes of u������_ath,  and if nothing is doaie to check the.  present; sitaiatiop, -it will claim as its  vidians one-__'Cth of the present popu-  latioaaJ;. These were the figures given  recently by a physician who has ex-.  amined thousands of people for a  leading  iaasurance  company.  N.---*_- 5.5i-cr-������r _-.v_������f! F.fif_.*.A  A W V ������. W *,-������      mm0-M,m.~*mmm-mmrm\ ^j-__  _    -*m*s\m.      ������M_ _���������>> *������_*������������, %. W  or  tin  tour  per   cent.   Geboirtm*c stock  Grand Trunk Pacific Raliwaj*.  of  7 ImmigraioH Shows Increase  January  Repott Shows  More Arrivals  Than in January 1926  -donlroal.- -Ma aaa hadlcaUon that a  substaaitial iaacrease in aanmigratioai to  Car.ada. wall bo experienced this sea-  soaait Is stated by the Canadiaai Na-  lioaaa] Hail ways that arrivals at the  Atlantic port of Halifax: so far this  year show an increase of' approximately G1, per cent, iat comparison  with arrivals during the similar period' of 3926.  The month oC January'aud. the begin aiing of February is a period wheit  largo numborst arajvo in the Dominion and ait. Increase'lit the first weeks  of the year is ,regarded as promising.  imt??in ?tlie ���������-'��������� position ypf  having to re-  fu������s*0; the ihvitatiohi  ���������?'-. .;���������??"?  ' "Canada is near enpuglv for the  King to make aaa.pmcial visit oaie of  these days," Truth, contimies, 'jBut if  ���������-.i-t-.^o,m.es.-:..t.Q;:.-Uaa-t;',..cs.o.,,is^,Dublin.v, May.  we not hope that the day will come'  when a. r-oyal visit to the Irish Free  State would be as agi*eeabie to all  parties as <o any other of the Ba-atish  comaaaonwealth nations."  may  Appeal  to   Lesguc  I-.ondpn.-^Ehsl^nd ;rnay inform  the  kSoviets  Restore  Part of Land Confiscated   After   Revolution  f Moscow.-���������Depaa-ting fi*om its aan-  yiasual principle of nationalization, the  Soviet Govei*nmea_- has i*estored to  y^eodor   Chaliapha,   noted singer,  part j Two  of his 800-acre estate in the province  y'pf -Yai*vslav,   expectiaag- ,that   he   will  -return to Russia soon.      The    estate,  Ottawa.���������-Tlae Civil Service Com-"  mission, which for some months has  bee-n. carrying'-out. insta-uciions ot the  Government for a-report", on saaai-y-  revision, has completed its work. The.  l-epdrt, however, .which is about to  bo'taken up by tlae cabinet couaicil,  may not be aaiade public, until .it is  considei*ed by  that   body.  It is understood that a Jiorizontal  increase.- in salaries is recommendei.  affecting: all "grades up to those receiving an annvral salary of $0,100.  The change Oiat ��������� is ' proposed applies  both to (he inside arid outside service anal the to fatal ihci^ased expend i-  tiare entailed ''Would be $2,000,000 a  year. Everybody is in line for sn  increase?, both yah the lenvpoi-ary aaid  permanent classifications,-and the ex-  ta*a anonoy that is proposed to be provided is designed to absorb the ieosts  ot living bonias 'which- was instituted  some years- ago and me an while has  heen saabjected to -diffea*ciat modifica-  itoiis. Iai soane cases' the civil sea-rants ;;  'will get the -full aaaaouait of the homas  thoy originally received aaad ia othea-s  they will; not.  According to the classificatioa*, the  increases varyr" frpuo#, 560 yyto ^.tSO a-  year. ?The_ ibwer- gra.de Jcanployee^  get the larger ainouait. It Is -iaot proposed that the 'new* schedule oi sal-  ariea'wJll be retroactive, but i*ather  that they will date froan tlae coaaiing  fiscal ?year;y The ropcrt will be coaa-  ssderea y?byy; the ftabhie. sxnd i_ it is  appa*oved. the necessary Tinaaacaal ap-  propa-iations v.-3al ha madi������ iu ihe *jm-  timates to be saihard'tcd at the pa*es-  eut   sess'ioaa.  Insurrecfloii lii Portugal  powers-';������$ifsobn;:;as.the occasion offers ['confiscated   after   the   a-evoluiion,   for  that it d������esires the?^eague?;Pf Nations[tlae    preseaat    will    be    occupied    by  to intervene iaa the Chinese situation,^Chaliapin's wife aaad fainUy,  who aao  they Daily News.says.  . ifliving in a flat iai Moscow.  HARD FOR THE JUDGES  War .Expenses Increase  Expenditures    Resulting   From    Great  War Bear Heavily on Canada  Ottawa.���������Canada's expenditures directly resulting from the Great Waa*  aa*e not decreasing. Daaa*aaag tlae fiscal  year ended last March, tlae Dominion  spent $_5^96S,2_1 oaa pensions, war  claians, soldier "laud .settlement ' ami  rerestablislnneiat, m_ruoa_al,_ and war  graves. The saint represents' a net  increase of-.$872,974.over the previous  fiscal year. The fagaares do not in-  chado tiae Interest oaa that part of the  public debt aittrlbiatable to the \vaiy  ��������� Those llgures are published in the  auditoi'-genoral's report. ,  Oiithr.io Liquor Com mission  ���������Toronto,' Ont..���������Jh'caaalev Forgaason'a  'strong' naaiu" for the Ontario Liquor  eommlKHion >y|ll bo lh.o foi'naor pa'eiai-  deaal aaa<l chulraauan ot tho Caaatadtata  Nation hi niiHvaays, U. H. l.imna. the  palaate mlaalster atnaioaincbal. The premier lurthcr imnounced Hint Mr.  Haaaua would be "buttreHadMir' lay two  coiJiaa'ilM.sloaaeivt, S! lovvarf McCIonn g-  luan', Tovanni* (,onia������*a,vjallvt> M.l*,,  oi.t'aiNvn, and Ifon. It, J. Mim!/������aa, tjon-  as������-rvntlvii -������l.i.\ I'oa* l^arf: Willtaaai.  For   Entertainina Queen  Marie  Ol.tnwia. A  modest  Item   ol' $1.t������0  l-<  laiohuhMl in tho a-tnl^nb-iat of "unrore-  noon csiruisoH,1" Itiblcd ha the lioaiKo ol"  ������'onui'ioiiM. It reprei-xmlw aan oxpimill-  iuvv hy Govcrintannl. Ilous^ on eulor-  Isi.lnanonl' for Qui.on MurUi" ' of. itoaa-  n.iniiii  in Oi,tn<vii,  Wpnt &hanahai Free Zone  Pcl(|nj*;.--H wits roporiiHl hero lhal  tho l.titiKtic 0*1! Nations may ha ftHlfcd  to nut left Shantduil it l'rii<i /.one id miliar  to I'ancl'-t, I'Jmait, Urltitln V\un aaaaih������r-  jaloiKl, lo fiivor the tiac>v'r*in������'']at.  Germans Play British Games  Believe Sport Makes Fine Nation  Says Ambassador to Berlin  London.���������Load jTAberiicm, Drltish  anibasfladoa' to llerlin, haa 'returned to  England, aitd states that; the Goi'inans  are playing taaost I.h*Itlah jtjanaes bo*  cniifio they believe that, sport makes aa,  fine nation."'.  l^aaa-d D'Ahea-aaoaa's statement hats  bceaa verltled by tho decision of the  Gorman 3lei������*hslng to vote a aataaa of  JjiUSiVMiO in ii Id ol' tho Ooranau pro-  pagaiiihi to dlscovor the host posadble  cjind.hlittes I'or the Olyaaaplc ganaes  next year.  Resented Wording of Sion  Mhivnf, For hmaglng out a sljjn In  a novidty shop: "Selling out, ko\ok  h(tcl< Nnrlia wlanro aaaoaa aare aaaeaa aaatd  loaatH aaro roai'daaahh1," II, Lewis  ..auraainn of liultimoro was <*onvh:ted  of ili-oadealy conduct avaad sentenced  to 10 diayaa in Jail.  Hundred      Persons      Reported  Killed        in    Oporto  Loaadon.���������Two      hundred      persons  were lulled in the "filiating at Opoa*t.o,  sa3"S a  )aily Ulail dispatoh fa*oan  Vigo,, .quoting a newly arrived traveller from the centre of the Portugese  revolt.  : ���������-  ���������; A bomb fet>! leato ...the., room iaa the  Grand* Hotel, occupied by the United  States consul, who had left only five  niiiuat.es before. The .room was  wi'ecked.'   ' '".-     ::  Those hilled durtaag the course of  the revolt iaacluded Lopez Teixeira,  director of T3iuro do Oporto; Alvaro  Ctislro, Republican, leader; " General  Norton do Ma'ito.-, foaaner war aaainis-  ter; Geaaea*al Jaime de Morals and  Geaaeral Soxasn, 1.3.it\_.  Many of tlae -.araost ianpoa*lqnt buildings in Oporto, aanohg them Hie inab-  lic library and post. oaTice, were destroyed.  W.    N.     I'  .1 tii,H  Sending Cruieer to China  T-OiHi'. Tho    Italian    cruiser,    Ran  Glorulo, aaccordiaap; to tho Fascist paper. If Troviu'ci, will loavo Naples for  lliiaaa aaitout. tlie end of tint naoaath.  Mtio will I'airi'v mut'liK'H naol j������A..>.IMi.''  iiovoriil   unltH  of Fam.:lnl   anllliija.  Anyone who Ualulcta that at, judfjo In  a beaaity coiatont ia Saaliatchowan has  aa, slaaecuro haet only to glance -at tlao  above pictures to havo that- iinprofl-  slon conoclod. Tho hoaaitles who are  Itictua'cd above aro but four of aa <lox-  ajn.  bountiful  yoaiaaj? wonaoai  who  are  tcauiildatoHNfor. the Queen's CVown at  tlae Nut'thcraa SaHl'al.cluvi-.au' Winter  <Jar.*d������*al -.vlaich i.s bcijafcj h������.*ld in J'rlacir  Albert, March Slli to _l(h, inclusive.  IMIsai JOiiRlc and Mi������f������ flrailanin aire  Prince Albert glrla; Miss (hiclcattaere  is froan Leasl?, SuHkatchowaaa, anal  Mltis Mary than ton fa*oaaa Shellbrook.  Oilier caaadhlatcH laavci entered horn  SiitaUatoon,  JtcKlmt, Cudworth,   llliai-ae  ! I.alio. Star    fJH.v.    Kiaal.sthao,    Wahaw  [ I loan i out y,  KelaaRr 'Queen -of Ihe Northern 9ti������-  Jcatchi-'waaa Winter Caa'aalval Ia no  caaapty honor. Sho aaaad hor court will  start tho big di������K derby which lauH as  Its maiaa prize tho j.Ilvau* i-hailengi..  trojahy donated by I'rmuler King and  who will ho onthionod in tho jalueo ot  1-onor at" all the otlacr events Jraclud-  ���������Jng the ball to be hold ovovy cvunlnp  iu liic aainottaiuri. Tito cur nival in the  blftg'-^i. thhiR ever atlejnptnd In AVcst-  ca*n t!ainula and the Judy who will  ru\o Jt wltla Iter sooplro will  have to  lac evejy inch a qtiocia.  Tho photoci'apha nv" by iho Can*  adlaaa NatJonnl Kallwaya which avo  ro-ope rating  In   make  the   carnival  n  ���������ilH'l'1 MS,  Britain Replies To U.S.  Considered   Tantamount  to   Rejection  of U.S. Terms for Entering  World Court  Goaicva.���������Great Urltalu has informed the League of Nations' Unit she Is  a'oplyJng to the United States oaa thai,  country's woi-ld court roservatloaas iai  accordance with Ihe terms oT the iaa.-  niantnaent drawaa up Iaa tieiaevu at the  woi*ld  court conference last  yoar.  As this iaastruaaaent; did not aaccept,  consDletely tins ill'tla United States  reservation conow-nlngy oalvlsoiy opiai-  ions, if. is coaasidercd here that tho  British a-ejaly ia tautamouaat to rojec-  tloaa oil 1hc conditions jr-overning tho  t'nltod Staltos" poasible cniry Into tlao  world court,  Large Sum Paid Depositors  Claimants   o������    Home    Bank    Receive  $2,728,282 From f->derat Govern-  aaient  'Ottawa.- Homo     Thatvle     dopo,<������ilors  havo rocclvoil to date a total of $2,-  7-1R,282 fa-ona Jhc Federal Govorumcnt.  A HtatoTnont, lablod In ihe limase of  t'ominon? jdiow^d tlua.t ditrlnr 1f������~n  the duparlaaacnl: of naaancia pahl chtf-  nuutt.H on iho chjttincf. bunk a aum oa*  ^l,S0S,������li:i. In 1H25 the aaanotuti paid to  <dta|i������ia-������itH Mas f5s-l!>,8t]fJ.  Approve* Slave Treaty  Tol'lo. Tiifv      l-rivy      *Coaincll   Iisih.  voted ifanao'h ad-a-a-ronc-*: to tin- Gi<aa-  cva win I to ������������l������vo  la*������'iity, 1������_I1}  ���������Bg-s.T@_g lIBTOBw,  ��������� .t  I,.  js  cal amcr i*erson&.  i  Foa Saijs���������Pair young and sound  horses, weigh about 2300 lbs., good  workers^ Horses, harness, sleighs,  whiffietrces. neskyoltes, all for $135.  Will make a good farm team. CO.  Rod gears, Creston.  Fob Sal-S or Exchange:���������Circular  sawing machine outfit, pis horse-power Fiiirb.rok8-Mo.se engine, Z type,  with 28-inch saw. Woaild exchange  for teara of heavy horses, value ������35G.  Apply Abey, Ka_io. B.C.  is  Osborne Bell of Kellogg, Idaho. .������,  a Creston visitor at present at the  horuc** of his parents, Mr. and Mrs- J.  W. Bell, and is accompanied by Dean  Peasrs*, ���������. forme, resident of Creston,  who is Jilso located at Kellogg.    -  Local poultrynaen are looking forward to" the best season yet _*__��������� the  sale of eggs and young chicks. __fc the  McAlpine and Bradley poultry farms  orders already to hnsid will about take  care of all the ehlcks they wall have  for sale in 1927.  At a z-teatia-g of the executive of  the Creston Board of Trade on Wednesday afternoon* Major Mallandaine  consented to to continue ias president  for l__i?, in plane of S. A= Speers  . who declined the presidency to  I which he was elected at the January  meeting.  The weather off the past week has  provided  most everthing   except the  bright sa.nsh.ne.   Sunday was one of  | most   miserable days of  the year, a  ���������������r-j roentary dinner at Wynndel  o_ Set-' sh-idlowed in the wilderness   wander-1 ce asked to st-3_������  by ballot wseth-a--  the  ������rday night... which is being tendered  ings." they approve of __u_ ������oaaaci! enterlne.  .KaU     .    ������74���������_.���������   w   ������,������   dl.eeto*_a   oil    n t.   ������������������������������!������������___ of Nelson. Dominion  ln������o a flve-y**** contract for electric  O. _5. Kobinsonof Nelson. Dominion|'lnto ������������*������>-**���������*_ contract for electric  .-}__*3pe_t9? foV  th������ SCootenays^sb* ^a  power  to be/rapplied by  Growers Association, with wlaiefe tne  and Boundary, was a Visitor _sar������Iast Ohas. O.   Koogers, on   _������*������ -sssaa sst  guest of the evening has been so long  week, ana |n conference with officials *������<���������������* lE e*& aSer fw>_n Mr. Rc_4gers.  and activelyassocla-sed. of the Rod  _n_Rar. ninh^r^aa^        ' '    ������������������-���������~���������-��������� -  the opinion that trout fishing In Vocal -w"-.-.-:  strcanas would probi&bly onen on May S STEERS "A-NB ������Atr'SST-tAY  24th this^yeaiN though^e ^et^ni B8trayBlnea g^Sag timer One read  date on the lakes will likely be May 8_eer 18 months old, and one red nnd  1st. white    steer    18   months    old���������both  mi       _.      *   ������.-������__  ������ ���������.!������������������_ ���������_������' ' ���������"-  branded 7D on left hip.   Also red find  Elsewhere In tass Issue will be founa  what������ heifer calf, 7 or 8  O.   5.   Wigen   by   the   dl_eeSo_a  the   Wynndel     Oo1Opt_EaS.i7c    _?_���������-.-_  Growers A_a_ociatio_i,?:--wS__i W-aiete the  Co__a_ne_������-iwg nerxt Wednesday evening, and continuing; _mtil the middle  of April the. e will be Lenten united  services in the _*cirash Hall at 8 o'clock  us. u     Paci-Ara   nuiv.   Herdman  and Newby will spdura. In ro_s_.s-  _t_������ sti TPO_������*_���������������:_������������������      js.* s      ������_������_._.-��������������� ,_   the subject is "The > terms of the plebiscite the eo_a_a._-ion-  Sprinkled Blood," the first of a series I era. are taking on the electric light,  on the general  smfoject, "Christ fore-'On March 16th. property owners wil**  ._    . _    _. _���������_ ���������������������������,I���������-B���������m-t_-_-n-______B_-a__-H-aira_____E___n  ������,������., ������ ~. - raontha old,  nrt jtaAnded. t B������waard to party givin|:  infbrn-ation  Seawissg to  W. DOW, Creston.  Jj-~   ������.������������   ������M3������nwignw_ -   ^|-  "��������� -   -    -I  heavy w.t snow falling ail mo������?_aii.������, j g  which turned to an all afternoon rain.  From appearances   both skating and  curling are at an end for this season.  Every fniher.and son in  the district  is invited to the Father and Son Ban-  | qaaet and socaal which is  being put on  Word has just been received that  T. P. MacKenzae. provincial grazing  commissioner, is to be in Creston on  Tuesday. March 28th, aud will address  a public meeting on grassing matters  in Speers' Hall at 3 o'clock that afternoon. ������������ :���������  . ���������. .  .t_ w* ..    bv the'-Tuislft Boy-s of Trinity .Ohurcfe s m  1^he evening servsce aaj _.rin.ty <uui_-     -   .,_   , ���������   _._    '   ������__.   _*.    _.         Jl  , _.    . ,      ^      , .lk . ,     .     on Mtanday night, with the banquet  3 Church on SundaT will be conduct- ������    __;���������������,       A.x. - . fe . - ������������_ ..  ���������        (spread at6.80 ana the social to xohov.  until Q.m.   The affair will  be in Trinity Church basement and is sure to be'  ���������worth while*  ed ,   ed enti-ely by the Tuxas Boys. Three  of the members will gave short  addresses and the mentor cf the group,  W..J, Truscott. will also speak* The  Taxis boys will form the choir fur the  evening.  >    A nu-nber froam town have received  j invitations to be present at a compli-  CORPORATION OF THE  VILLAGE OF CRESTON  Creston, B:C.9 Feb. 2, 1927.  Ylllage CommissioiietB,  Creston, B.C.  Gentlemen:  Regarding Electric Light service for Creston*  we are billing to supply service as follows:  From, dusk to 1 a.m.  From 6 a.m, until daylight, or 9 a.m..when needed.  For two hours one morning each week extra.  Up to 30 K.W., for $250 per month for the first six  months; $300 per month after that. Contract to run  for five years. Or we will supply you twenty-four  hour service for $500 per month.  Yours very truly,  CHAS. 6. RODGERS.  The foregoing is the basis for an to be lighted, and for the placing  agreement that the Commissioners of such interior wiring, etc., as will  of the Village of Creston, subject make the system shock ������nd fire-  to a favorable vote by the property proo}, and fully comply with all the  owners  of   the village, propose   to 1 regulations  enacted   by the Cana-  tion.  If it can be bo arranged, and any  practical saving effected, the Com  missioners will consider purchasing  Electrioity will  be  delivered  ivy  the needed wire and other standard  Chaa. O. Rodgera at a point to be equipment  and   provide same at a  agreed    upon   within   the  village,  nominal advance over oost delivered  and from thence it will be distrib-   at Oreatonr  uted   throughout  the village  over  pole lines  and wires  to be erected  and owned by the Village of Creston; the  cost of the   aforesaid pole  line amd wires not to exceed  Five  Thousand Dollars, all of which will  be paid out of current reveaaue.  The pole line will be erected over  a route that will give the lowest  erection and maintenance cost, but  which will sorvo every point within  the village boundaries.  enter into with Chas. O. Kodgers,  for a supply of electric light aiad  power for the Village of Creston,  at a monthly oost not in excess of  $300. ->  Electrioity will  be  delivered by  Property owners will be at liberty to engage whomsoever they  choose to take charge of installa->  tion, but where materials may be  supplied by the village the property  owner will he held responsible for  payment o_ all materials supplied.  The one day each week on which  power will be available for washing, ironing, or other purposes, will  be decided by a vote of tho users as  e village Dounaanea. aooia after the syetem is installed as  Tho Village of Creston will ool-  may be deemed necessary to reach  lect  all  monies  due  for   light  or ������  satisfactory  deoision  in such   a  power supplied, and   charges shall  -natter.  be payable   monthly at the Muni        Witli  cipal Building, on a day to bo fixed.  The charge for light will be at a  rate of 20 oeute per K.W. hour,  with a mitairnnm charge of $2.50  per month throughout the year,  which shall include the usual  monthly charge foe motor, which  are to bo installed at the expense of  the village,  Ro far as the Commaa*sionera can  ascertain tho coat of wiring premises, which will be bnriaaj by the  ownora or oooupaaats thereof, will  not exceed a charge of $4.25 for  oiaola drop light so installed, the  basin for computing thin uharge  being a five light installation,  In addition to thi������ there will be a  further   <*lmrge   that   the OuiiiaaiH  RJoiacr������ fin* anfinr������m*d will in no case  exceed   $17    for   the   wire  leading  from the pole line to the premise**  With tho introduction of electric  ity tho Commissioners propose to  install an adequate system of street  lighting within the village, and  arrangements will be inaa.de whereby those desiring to use light after  1 a.m. may have it nt a ohargu per  hour to be agreed upon before signing the prupoaed agreement.  Tho votes of the property own  era   on   thia   Plebiscite  will   hr  1   taken   on   WEDNESDAY,  tho  10th  day of  MARCH, 1927, a.t  the   Municipal  Building, in  the  Village   of   Creston,    from   tho  hour   of   0  a.m.   until   6   p.m.,  Town Time, and a majority vote  by those qualined will bo deemed  sufficient  by tho  Commissioners  to  execute  the   proposed  agrec-  iiiikil.  W. O. TAYLOR.  Clerk.  Cre.ton, Feb. 21, 1027.  at about that  &^yi 'if ���������_  You, no doubt, will soon need one;   the  bright Spring days will soon be with us  la  'J-^lf!  We would like t������ shawyou our1-fine'Tailo  ������!__--���������-_.    -C���������_-_-_-_.   ^^fl -a-a** <������#-*    fil-^rL  _Z9Ult>&    S _T\J_-a_-   ���������^���������as-tavr   -_-y   '_*'=-'    ^���������- ���������- -  Good fit and good material guaranteed.  Also a full line of Trousers in Faxicy  and Fine Sergesf $3.031������ $7/  V ___ra  %&~m\ ,__  ii_n_ M __\1%#.  UMTED  iiit#iIliiiK Some of It is good, some of it is bad, and a lot of it is  indifferent. -  But all of it is sold in wrappers marked "Choice Dairy  Butter.'  Buyers have no way of telling who made the particulat  pound they happen to biiy-^-be it good, indiSferent, or poor  stuff.  And worse still���������for the good butternaaker���������so long as  this haphazard way of putting butter before^ the public continues the demand for Dairy Butter will fall off.  If you are one of at least a few who mi_ke really good  &_*__er why not let folks know j?e������ar butter by using FEINTED  BUTTIB WEAPS-~s^_)^3?._f Rfisje.  They cost very little more than the readymade sort you  use now���������to your own disadvantage.  By way of indue!ag you to use the printed sorfc���������with  your name printed on them-���������we will supply you with FIVE  H UNBRED Wrappers at the popular price of $3.00.  It's a pleasure to show samples.  weekend, - ?r visitors yy*4t.r?-_?*.po.tor,-:-where  tfceyfwejra.b^  latter'aVjpiar^^ .  ���������The bri������ie-^d^^baro"?^^  arfyisitbrs^yiiiBi^  and are '.qntifey-iwe^  Creston pepple^hofwl-^ the  the - family ^and? r. latayesyii^i^'te adi-a g  best vriahes for many''" ha^ppyfreturns  of the day.     ?:??^.; ?���������;���������?:,.'/ ,y;i;#?t?y;--: ?   "-'���������  The Hustlers Tiaxis Square bad their  weekly meeting tai "IVinity 'Church  basement on Friday night, The main  business of the session whs completing  arrangements for the service which  will ba* on Sunday, February 27th.  They also arranged the ka.e for tho  Father and Son Banquet which will  be Monday, 28th, with the supper to  be followed by a social and will co_n~  nierace at 6.30 p.m., in Trinity Church  basement. The admission for father  and son is 75 cents, and fathers aae  urged to com������ and en.oy a good  supper and social.  'Ui_r  ncaiun  f^Sf3! MB33! if  KEYlEVf  COMMERCIAL  PRINTING  DEPT.  .SYNOPSIS OF _  !..^0ACT/1M[^!!^yNi8  y.,L Ps?g-^raPTswr3s.;J;;' _;-yyy-' ;/���������  .': Vwauti.. '��������� tar-reserved, ?. K~_*__rv_y-fl-;  Crown lan<_a may bo pre-empted by  British."subjec_a ovsr 18 years of a#e,  and by aft-xaa on dec!_xirag intention  to become .British subjects, conditional upon _-as-������_-nc_v occupation;  and _mpr_v_-_a__at for agpTicultural  purpose*.      *  full irtfor-matloxa concerning regu-  <aelons regarding- pre-emptions -is  given in Baitletixa No. 1, Land Series.  "How to Pre-empt Land." copies of  which can be obtained free of charge  by ad-_x������.-.3._ig- iho ___r������i3.rtn--_-t of  i-ands. Victoria- B.C.. or v.o any Gov-  e i nrmerat -Asre&'L  ��������� - Records -will be grant" ad covering  only land suitable for agricultural  purposes, and which las not timber-  land. _._,, carrying over 5.000 board  feet per acr������ west of the Coast Range  and 8.000 feet per acre east of that  Range.,  Applications for pre-emptions are  to be addressed to the fLand Commissioner off the __aa_d Recording Division, in which the land applied for  Is situated* and are made on printed  forms, copies of which can be obtained from. tin*. Land Commissioner.  Pro-omptions must be occupied for  five yeara and improvements made  to value of $10 per acre, including  clearing and cultivating at least five  acr������r_, before a Crown Grant can be  received.  For mora detailed Information coo  tho Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  La-ad.*  0       PURCHASE ���������  Applications are rroo-lved for pur  chase of vacant and unreserved  Crown lander, not being tlmberland.  for agricultural purposes; minimum  prl _a of -Sr-t-olaai- (arable) land is $6  per acre, and second-class (grazing)  land 9r_._0 per acre. Further Information regarding purchase or leas*  of Crown lands is given in Bulletin  Ko, 10, __and Series, "Purchase and  Lei-so of Crown __andr.."  Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acro_,  may be purchased or teased, tho conditional Including payment oi  uLumpog-.  HOMESITE LEASES  I Unsurvoyed areaii, not flstnoftiUni? 8<1  aor������i������, may be leased as bom eel tea,  | conditional upon a dwelling being  ioroctod In tlia first y_ar, title* bolne  obtainable after roildence and improvement conditions arc fulfilled  and land has linen surveyed.  LEASES  Por granlTuj and Induotrlal pur-  posss areas not ������n_ceedlng 040 aer������j������  may be  ieaa-ad  by one. person   or   n  __axap&_iy.  GRAZING  Uadt.r tho Gmuelng Act tho Prov-  incT A��������� *������vM������fJ Into gra-elng district*  and tho range admlntstorod under n  Qraalng     ��������� Comunl-.BL_.nor.       Annua/  graaslng parmltw are Issuod based on  numbers rangod, priority being given  to wBtabllsJaed owners. -Itonk-owner**'  may form   asioolatlons    ror    ran������<  management.   Free, or partiallv f���������������<���������������������  Hu<k..ii.*  ������_������<-_   ava-Jaole    ror    wo-tlers  *u.iiti|������erfl   atia   travellers,   aap   to   ton  Local and Personal  Miss Kitty Rosindale returned from  Cranbrook on Friday.  A. H. Faggot was home for the  weekend.  The dance on Saturday, though  purely local and not a la.a^ge crowd  present, was none the less enjoyable.  OP Wednesday the K.K. Klub had  a sleigh.ide party and bean supper.  ,<-Fi*i.-G-,_i4q"-e-_?<y ������_��������� -LCC.u^B-it/ occuiii'cu at  the beginning of the evening when  Mass Hose. Oherriagton was thrown  from a sleigh, breaking her collarbone.  Dr. Henderson was called, and later  she was taken to her home in Creston.  Invitations have been issued by the  directors of the Oo-Qperative Fruit  Growers Associatian to quite a large  company for the coaxaplinaen.sary dinner to be tendered O* J. Wigen by the  association at the old shoolhouse on  Saturday night, at seven .o'clock.  Several from Creston, as we!! as other  points; are espected to attend.  Sedan ���������  Landau S  One-Ton Trsie_k r��������� ���������"���������  Roadster Deliver^"���������'  leeludes Bumper," Spa re. Tire= Motormeter.  B  REM i ER   GARAGE  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED SY QASOUNE ^  8  1  MEAT MERCHANTS  }TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  * An economical clish, easy to serve.  The milder weather that set ih on  Friday whs just two days too soon and  has spoiled the finish up of a series of  curling games for1 saibstanSial prizes  of-ered by W. Frassr a nd I>r. Mersdei -  eon-Matt.y-=T_"ork_ . For first rplace the  Cbrisler, Fraser and Painter rinks  were stall in the runt-ting, and for' ihe  consolation prize tbe Staples. Speers,  M_I_ar*>n and Joyce rinks Were still  figuring.  The Parish Hal! was a size too small  to hold the crowd that turned oait on  Wednesday night for the benefit da nee  for Mr. and Mrs. Mert. McCuHough,  which was put on by the Women's  Inslatutei Excellent raaussc was provided by Mrs. Lister's orchestra and  the Institute ta.li.Si provided a very  fine lunch at midnight. The intake  of the evening was in the neighborhood of 870.  A. L. McCulloch, who was here Ia_t  week making tb������e survey of the dyke  lane and doing other field work iu connection with the final plans of dyking  10,000 acre*a on Koetenay flats by Ores-  ton Reclamation Company, Limited,  qomplrted the word on Friday and is  now busy completing the blue prints,  maps, etc., wh.ch will have to be  approved before a permit ia issued to  strarb the drag lines nt work.  Auditor A. Spencer has completed  his aaad it of the willage books for the  year 1020, nnd the official copy of the  bataiaco sheet and statement of assela  and Habiltle- xoached Ohahanan Mo  death at tho end of the week. The  statement shows the village finances  in pa-ticiihaa-ly healthy condition with  a cash balance ait the end ot? the year  of almost $3700, Assets tare shown ait  $7100, and there aro no liabilities.  Mr. and Mrs. W. 9. McAlpine were  Bonners Ferry has a radio club with  20 members. ���������?  Dong Barney is offering the 13-rooxn  McConnell Hotel at Kitchener for sa-e.  Kaslojuid District Fifteen Hundred  Club paid ninetee-ct^r death claims in  1920.  A 'Feniirptpn grower has just disposed of a 400-pound hog 'which he claims  to have finished off largely on cull  apples.  At Nakaisp the Anglican and United Churches are uniting to put on a  father and son hara-quet. with an  expected attendance of at least 100.  Two carloads of hogs from the Fitz-  patrick ranch at Bonners Ferry  brought the highest, price of tbe week  at the Spokane market, bi-lnging 20c.  over top pa-ice.  The prof its on smelter operations at  Trail, along with Iho company natae?,  is expected to earn the Consolidated  Mining and Smelting Co! Ltd., profits  for the year of over $8,000,000.  DEPARTMENT OF LANDS  NOTICE  Application forGrazIng Permits for the  Season of 1927  Shoes iWaaPe  to &F*ttGr  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  [connection  Shoe and Harness Repairing'  Applloatlona for pcrmita to graze llveotock  on tho Or.wn RaaiRO within any txrazine;  distcicc of tho Provinca of British Coliij-i-iu  miiBt bo aiod with tho District Foroatornt Fort  Gtior#o, Kamloops, Nelson, Prlaaoo Ituporb,  Vancouver, or WilUams, Lake, on or bofoco  March 3>l8t, 1027. . .       -,      .  Blank fonran upon which to oubmlt apt>ltoa-  tlons may bo obaalnod- from tho Dletrlot  Forontora at bho ahovo-narraod placoe. or frotn  tlao Department of Iamln at viotorla, B.O,  O, R, NADMN,  Deputy Mltalatcr of Lands.  Dopartmont of Laaadaa,  Victoria, B.O..  January i, 1027.  Mi B AI E? O A f     Awf>'7m  FORMf*  Certificate of Improvements  /vor/af=  May Day and Pink Diamond Mineral  Ctaimti, ellaato in the .Nation Mining  Dioimion of Kootenay District.  Where located:   About three ralloa froaaa Ynalr,  nto, _  TAI .K NOTICE that X, A. IT. Oreen, aeUnir  iih naient for 1m"w\h Davlos, froia Mlnor'H OortlH-  ������ml������i No. KWi-IO, Intiaiacl, wlyrlY rtayn froan tlio  date hui'eof, to apply to thw Mlnlnu- Iteeoraior  for a OnrtHloato of Inaplovoranonta. for alio pa.-  pone of obtnlnlnir a <Jrown Orunt io tlao above  ������3J)������Il������H.  Aturl ftirth^T In!:* tso.I.~o S!iat _._LJ_fj ;iu_u  ftoetlon HA, iiauit ho comin_n_ecl luaforo tho  iHwainnctn of hih'Ii OortHlcato of lEnnrovoinonta.  X>atcnl this 41h utay of J"aaav������������ir,, 11/27,  ja, W. OllJil-N.  ������ ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEEI*9PQRK9 MUTTONs VEAL, LAMB  BURNS" IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  in creases egg production and prod uces better poultry.    Buy tbe best.  SJ&F  ~=**mjmm\   mW**    ��������� ���������    fit        "^Bgh  m'TMlEtMTESJ OFRA&SO  Installed in  Console Cabinet made  by McLagan*  Cannot be surpassed by any thing inRadio*  Lower prices and can give easy terms.  Will be pleased  c?jto have jT6u  call  in  and hear our machine any _,  evening.    Everything in Radio Batteries.  BEVAN'S  GARAGE  GENUINE ASSISTANCE  TO FARMERS *  That this Bonk da anxious to assist the ngrt-  cultural development of Canada Is shown  by the fact that two-thirds of our bo*Towi_-tf  customers are _kfm&ra>  An appllcatlcm for <r*dlt Ixoan yon. will  MbIwii _lru-mo-tc-on.-d������rat<_ t-reatmaaat*  JL mVmJL*    *K_*.������^X^j_T_Jl_^Jurval^l     JO.OJ/N J_V  tJSm? t_^lJJ_MU^&_K.*l^JJ  Ileffcrvc Fimd $2O,0OO������0OQ  Crentora. Branch  D. T. ScrcBiiatoi-e, 3VEuti_u������-_  Prisitecl Butter Wraps at The Review in-  If  .'4  m;  mm BEyisw^f; ,oeebtoh8  j  Albesia Coarse Grain Poo!  S&s.s eacletl ia ueatl_"    .So 5 recsst  Canadian      laYa-estlsation -* showed.  These *aver_ not cases ot Infectlou.  ���������diseases ��������� of consaiaption ��������� of ty-  gahoid! They were ear.es -where a  person "had sustained some slight  Injury-���������a cut, a '.urn. a *wire-pr.c_:  '���������and -wlaena the v,'ou_td, being  thought not serious "enough, for care-  Sul treat-Gent, Lasi been. -..gl.c.wd.  Blood-poisonlug; and death resulted.  When you or your chiHdren sustain any Injury, ensure against infection by applying "Zam-Buk. This  _������al_a sootb.es the pain, stops bl.ed-  _������*-?-, and by destroy iia g all germs  *S-reveats blood-poisoning, etc. Hence  no time need be lost iron, work or  (pleasure by those who use Zam-Buk.  1WSU Be Put !.ito Operation if Suffi-  | cient Members Are Secured  j -When the new wheat coailraets are  ���������sent oiat by the Alberta Wheat Pool,  I coai'se grain contracts also will be  { distributed. IC the respoaa������e by the  | coarse grain producers is sufficient to  i justify the step being lalceaa a coarse  } grain pool will be operaled, it was  ! stated at ihe olliees ot the pool iaa  | Calgary.  i Farrnoa-s signiaag ihe coarse grain  i contract will have to become au.m-  j hers ol the Alberta Wheat Pool.  j Course grain pools are iai operation iaa Manitoba and Saskatclaewaiai;  | the gt-aias being held by the -Canadian  j Wheat "Pool, or eoaalral Helling ageaaey.  No Danger of Gasoline Famine  If Oil Fails Motor Fuel Could Be Made  Says NeW Jersey Man  Tiaoae i.s little��������� eha-neo ol" ihe aaa-  lioaa's-. gas laaak goiaag dry, even iaa tlao  j-eaaaote futua-e, George l.F. Jones,  chaij-naan of I be dla-eeiors oi' Uao. Standard Oil Company of New Jersey,  said as1 a baaaqatet in Oil City, Pa.  "But   it  in all  this  wo  aro   mistaken.  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON IrWUT.U  FEBRUARY 20 I ������__ '  SERVING   IN   AND   THROUGH   THEj  CHUF5CH j  *   *  Goldeai Text:   We are God's  fellow-  'Woi-kers.���������1 Corinthians 3...  Lesson:   Matthew   5.13-16;    Acts   2?  42-47.  Devotional  1 1-21.  B*_ayE-iv*H__aR  Heading:    Ephesaaaas    3^  With the '1.25-26 crop ihataeen.y soldi11'. ^������ oiJ  ia1Ls  in xUfi  1n,uro  lo v������!\  stataaao  sua  ample    saioply,"     he     saiu,  "we are   eevtaitaly  already   ia  a- posa-  j tioaa to rest assured I haa we cm aiaahe  ja mulor -fuel similar io gasoliaae J'aoral  ��������� a*aw  aaiatorials,  such a*  oil   shale and  lI, whieh avo a.vaihibSe in eaaoraiioata  quant .ilae  The Liquor Habit  WORL0 HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  The Buffalo head, emblematic of liat*  fancy skating    ehaatapSonship    ol"    a he  Kan tl   "  Curmval,   v.-a*   wo������   1>\  :  "miaLpeg  rSkaiiag-  Club  in an at- '  ti..a.ie display.  .vTdueation and home economics. au.1. ::  legislation. a,-i-ee*tinj*- \vo-.m-u   aiui chii- :  di-eu will be discaassed a? a world weir  fare  coLi'V-i-erice  to he   head  in  Wash- :  ixigton. in May, It i.-? aEaaamnord.  Carbota naoraoxide l-u.s has taken a i  toll oi" u71> Hvt-,-; in the United Suites ;  tiiariaag the pa^t .-fix mouih.-*-, i.a was das- i  closed in suuisaies naude i������ubli. hciv '  !>y an insurance eoarapatay.  Fearing    the    iamvuuea.ee    oi:    waa-. .  poasaaai.s   ot"   the   P^koVj   Mogilev   nnd;  "Yaa*o_lav   di.sirieas     in    Russia     laave "  bought nj> all available saoeks of sale,  cau_iaiij a famine iai the commodity.      ;  . _.uiaea*t Clark, seven    year*    old,   L--.  ���������now a millionaire and    one    of '(.la-eat  Britain's     largest      kiaiuowooa*s.      lli.^  father  died   i-eceaaa]y  ar   Monio   Carlo.  The e.stale includes 113.U00 aei'es neai-  Molbouraae, Aaasaa-alia.  :iO,OS0,C00 bushels of oats; J0,(H9..2PJj  bushels oa: barley; 3,-joS,-loO- bushels j  of'dux- anal l/J(.Ut,t.Vo:] bushels of aye.  An   Undersea  Mountain ,'j  ;     A  fall  peak     out.    iia     anad-AHaaatir, j  I Mount Tvaui'a Kihel, Avouhl tower high!  : aavaong i'1**  lt������ny-   i-unges  of  the  HoeU-.-i  ;ies-, but its sumaaaia. falls iaihonas shorn  of sunlight,     act-oa'daaas-    to    seaeuiislsj     ,..    , ~ . .  ;, . ,      -   , ,    .     ,, J     \K-iiaais of alias hubit will  be laatca-  iboro.   Amu.tea-   buried   anarvel . is   lhej^lod    fo    ,uum    that   1{uv    <.e,ebmtt,a  ; Congo Canyon, bi-goa- alum the Grand | ta*eaftaaea>i   of  the  Noranyl  Assoeialion,  farjol" l.ondoas. l^aaghand, (*;iaa aafe,%- be ob-  Itained iaa Casaada. This treatnieial  which aeaaaoves till eraviaag lor alcohol  iav a i'e-vv days has. aiaiaoug other  proauaneaat people, becaa eaalorsed by  Lord "Nora la el iff, Load Aa*aaa.sta*oiag, Sir  Chaiiea Aloari������<>ta-l5ell. Sir l.chvaa-d  <.>'Malley. Sir Arthur Wilsoaa.. Sir Owen  Seamaaa, The Pa-haute ol la-elaaid. The  IJitaiop of Wiaichestea*, the Ihshoa) of  Chi<daestoa*, Physicians, Maga.sla*aaU^s.  Chaarela laaslituiioaas, aaad Pa*ess of  Great Britain. Pariiculars a-egaading  the t.a-eatiaaeavt can be obtained from  M. J. W. Dixon, f>2l> Si..*allaaaioa*o  Boulevard,  Toronto li. Ontaiio.  Keep your horses working with!  "SPOHN'S."   Standard  remedy  tor 32 yeesrs for DI-tSHapeg-,  Strancles.   l*afl_en_s. Coughs and  Colds. Gi*?s t������  sisk sad those ������s-|.������.ijii__i  posed GIv* ^SPOHN'Sf' for Dog Dis- --------_  SPOHW MEDICAt e&.Q_������*3 23 fiSSiicSi. PSsP.  Cuaayon oi" Arizona, hit*. j.ubaiaej*ged  aiiMler the surfuee of the ���������Atlantic.  Aceoa*diaag to the proiei-b. riches ah>  not anake hai^'hiess. Neither does  povtiiy. for tlaat aaaaiaea*. so people'  anight just as well .accumulate what  wealth they  can iaraai honest  way.  &J2.jr*-'2  r.J/���������  ������r:?7-    _^_ '*r ������X^^^  /&%.  cxpSariatiori-j aaid Cocsanients  1. ItHsponsibilitief? oi! Disciples,  Matthew 5.13-3..��������� "Ye na*e the salt of  the earth," Jesus 'declared. Salt.was  used iia sacrifice by- Jews. C.i'eeks, aaul  I'toanaais, aaad was an.eanbleaaa o_ puritv '  and of the inilaaehce of holy life itpon  <������thei*s. Salt jireserve;- froan corruption; .lesaas was aeniiaading Ills disciples that Jl. was their duty to keop  otiaera. from in oval ^omaptiori.  -Pearlessly to speak the words  which bear witness to righteousness  aaad truth and purity; patiently to do  1ho deeds which strengtlieh virtue and  kindle, hope In your feilowtnen; generously to lend a hand to those who are  trying, to'climb upward; faith fully to  gjvo yoaji* support and -your 'persona!  help to efforts whicli ai*e making to  elevate aaad purity the social life of  Ihe world���������that is what it mean's to  have salt in your character."���������(Hemy  Van l')yke.)  "But," continued Jesus, "if the salt  have lost, its savor, wherwith shall it  be sailed?" They must beware lest  I hey lose their Christian character  aaid become as a-.sele,������s in J3is Jving-  dom as salt that laas become good for  aiothing and is cast oiat upon the  gaound aaid trodden under - foot or  men. Tlaat this -was no mere figure of  speech^ Pr. Thoanpson shows: see  Ugiat from Oriental1 Life.  "Claaist. was giving a clear aaad powerful call to duty. His thought was  not that his disciples should congratulate themselves oai being better than  other nae_���������. lie wished them to ask    themselves Avhet.her they actually had  -,, . ���������    .      . ,. ,.     | in them the purpose and tlie power to  fc.iaipinem.s..    oi     leather     lroiu     tn������ j inake   otlier   nlen   beLtor;       jMd     Uxey  United St:ttes  to Ga*eece laave juauped j intend to exercise a purifying, season-*  -���������giving  dozens   of  tasty, tested recipes  for soups,  sauces, salad dressings, breads, biscuits,  puddings, candies.  Write  to The Borden Co.  Limited        .'        jffioriireal  A   2S27:.  " ' m  *mM.9M&8&������j  mmtMmmM  v D'apy'9' vwnv  KEEP OVER AND  OWES REGU  ;ii:_  ���������  MA _,-  H  i  No more Headache, Bad Colds,  sour stomach and  constipation  Cot ji 10-ce.nt Ijo.n: saow.  Ko oddrt how bail your liver, slom-  aeh or IiowoIm; how much your head j  aches, how miserable aaid aanconafort- j  able you jii*o lYoaai constipation, in- i  digestioaa, bllioatshess ancl slugidsla |  bowels���������you always get iho desia*ed  results with Ca.scarets.     ,  1'on't. let your sLonaach, liv<>r aaad  bowels multe you aaiiserable. TaKe  Cascaaets tonight;   put  aaa. end  to tlae |     Dignity aaad  headache, biliousness, dizziness, iter- ; combined iaa this cbaruahag dress. The  voii!'n������:ss, nick, soau\ gassy slonaaich, i bodice is slightly gatheaed to tlae two-  baekache and all other distress; j piece skirt, and there is a saaaaad plait.-  eloanso your inside ma-gam; ol all the led iiiaiie at 11m left :dde. The culls  bile, gases and conslipalod mutter j linit-hiug tlae durt-lltiod sleeves tire  which is producing Ihe misery. i noti'hed  lo aaaafch  the  graceful  collar.  A  Ki-ccan  bux ini.-n.ns ht'aLU), ]aai������i*i-j Ihations   adorat   Hie   vestee   and   .<ddav  tics.s aaad ;i  clear head foa* months, No | closing belt.    No.   lall is in  .sizes :!���������">,  in value fa-oin $65,000 a year jiast. be- j  fore the war to about ������11115,000 iaa the j  past twelve moaaths. J  A    Remedy   for    Earache.���������To   hrlve j  the earache is 't-6 endure aoa-iure. The j   ear is a delicate organ aiaid few care to j     a ea*edulous woman  ing, saving influence in the world?  Were they going to mttke their pres-  eaice felt oil eaa-th and felt, for gocKl?  If not, they would be -.failures aaid  fa-auds. The savor would be out of  them."���������(l-Iom-y  Van Dyke.)  AII������n S������������f. llali.J. Mfrlu U,i������h!  deal with if, considering^,it. work for a ; yev.-is  doctor.     Dr.    Thomas'    ].electric     Oil | '������  offers a siarple remedy.    A few drops!"0*1 hurt her  upoia, a piece of lint or aiaedioaaed cot- [  i ton and placed 1ai the <j;ar will do mtjela < *���������*      |        T*  I in relieving pain. ! i������0K S_.'.J_*  as oaae who be-  tlae   dentist   wheaa   he   promises  snavice i  And Received Benefit j  Quickly eased and the severe, straining cough controlled. Brings_nights of  restful  sleep and ^���������&������%  comfort ^%tf*_-������-i-_  No Narcotics���������25c and 50c  s  In   the   last   21 ''months''British   air;  liners  have     llowai     nearly     2,000,000 i   miles and caa-ried    25,000    passengers! ___ _  .  without    a    single    mishap    Involving! So Says Mr. j. F. Kuss, Who Used  injury to either passengers oa* ciew.     |  Dodd's "Kidney Pills  ITH  HES  _LSB_r__.-L^  _ra--__-aL*_ En-  Mrs. R. G. Il'alV. Bolton Centa-e, Que.,  writes:���������"Sonao tiaaio ago X had bad  spells with any lion it which X believe  was caused by aacavoiasnesf?. I tried  evor3rtliiaag I could think of, lmt could  get no relief aaaatil one of my friends  persuaded nm tn get ii box of  Manitoba Man Suffered With a Weak  Back and Was Unable to do Anything.  Jloblin, Man, (Special)���������"Two'years  ago, eaaly in the Fall while I was  working foa* a ahaeshing outfit 1. got a  weak' back, which at. liaiaes afiacked  me so badly that. I was uaiabPe to do  anyaking. A friend advised me to  give Dodd's Kidney Pi lb; a trial which  I did. The results ,A\*eae great, J have  had no trouble siaaee. Woa*ds cannot  exjaress  any  thanks to  Dodd's  Kidney,  Pill 83."  This tosliiiaonial comes  fa*oau Mr. J  F   Kuss,  who resides at this place.  @������_!_g-  sm as  -HA-TS  *S*5 H _s_ b_2a������2s^or������?er ^Hfc "?=? sow P.d������_rries  Solv-ant trefttxnent. F^&ln ������topa _a_koatlos_ukt_  I..   Acto������aToductioo ef iie en!������x_������- _Towtt������  ������ tarts ������o fa-tth-tyo���������rnutpurof tbo<������carsi  _ b. sii- _m_ll������r���������oitea tiro nsea amaUcr.  fPffOVB IT FBCC���������Jtat send.Tow juw  ���������ad addreaa. no moneyj and tho t all_-ata_������Mi  Batr=xte-d t������ brioft ccrspleta eeisats msj Ba  yaara to try.   Ko o-ll_atTon������~Ad<ir������ia  StAV taBCRATOSSiES:   ������__??��������� *������������1  eo.r-nrt S������..W.   -. Tokw������o.O������s������������  May Visit Canada'  The London Sunday Times Jeaaaas  that although the Priueb ' of AVtiles  audi Premier Stanley Baldwin intend  visiting Caaiada iai the present year,  if i.s highly improbable that they will  be. able to aitteaad the celebration or  the I>ouaiaiioia's 60t.li birthday on .Taaly  I, as their departure for Caaiada will  aiof take place until tho end of July  or early in August. Premier Baldwin's  Dodd's Kidney Pills  sta*ongthen   the     , .,, , ,     , , ,, ,.  kidneys and put them In  shape to do , *>la,ls Wl" larg������l5' a*���������������& ������11 ������Iie J,n"  their work of fitrah.ing the impurities   leal situation then,  out of the blood.    With    pure    blood  -*'  An   Attractive  and   Easily   Fashioned :  Dress !  grace    uvo.    adaaiij*ably l  After I liad taken'a few boxes I got  v*oiader.fnl relief.  I now weigh ono lnamj.cu an������I tliaaty-  iivc pounds -where., Voforo, I ncror "went,  over ninety."  Pi'ifio fiOc. a box tat all tlTUffgasts or  lhei*e is good health all over the. body.  Don't experlmoail with things you  think will do yoai good. Oct Dodd's  Kidney Pills from the druggist. Thoy  are cheap enough and nil da*uggist,s  stock them. s  .-V giant salanaandor. thought to he  1G0 years old, was presented recentiy  to the Prince Itegeaat of Japan by the  head priest of a temple near A������akau*:i.  more day,. i>_ glooui anad dlsla-ens if  yota -will tnlce a C'aBearet now and  then. All druggisas s������dl t';iseair������������as.  Don't, forget alio children--their Utile  1ri-:ide*> u.tiI :i g'^ntle clcanHJng, too.  Kltlle .laivi,; of (.'amberwell anight  be called the "pinl piiaereHK' of Cum-  berwcll as nhe helps la on- father to  catch a'.'iis r������ir a liviiag. aaid a.Hn1nied  hlna in taking 200 live mis foa* the  film "Tied Piper of IJnanelin."  !^l  Cold  Relieved  or Money Back  Kv������Tynlff*ro ni*,n. v,<������ftifn nnd clillclron  niv ItiHluifi- m_/<ni* n-lSff ftum Coaash.  -������.I i'xIiIh >>r -kll Ulrn������u l.y lailciner nurV-  Iry'* Mi-tttir-, Kv_rv4liorw ������IrM������ui-tii mrm  ��������� rJlinu "Hurkli'yV und������r _>������*BHiv������ caair-  Miifi'*-. TIh������ t\r*i. d������)a������ prov#* haw dlf������  i't-s.nt. <t ���������������������auHU iti������rn ������r������- -t_ _ose* inn.  7r.-������������f>al t.ottlrt Krvrr l)# wltlioait thU  j.j-ovrn (���������uiKjwiTtir nt cold-..  W. K. Iluckl-r. Mnaltial,  3 4.  Mulunl Hl.r Tor*.rain *  _S, 40, 42 and ���������II inches bust. Sl/,e 3S  , i*e(pah-es AVu yards ;i'J-anch mateaial,  i oa- ?,\U yaa*ds ."������l-iuc.h. Price 20 coails  : the  pattern.      *  j     Jloino Bowing brings  . laleo    clothes  'within tlie reach of all, and to follow  | the anode i������ delight fail v������lie.n it caaa be  : doaae ho  easily  and economically,  oy  | following  the   Htylos.' pictured  in-our  new  FiVKlaion   Ilonl*;,    A  chart accoan-  | paaaylng each pattern ahows the laaa-  terinl as  II   aipiaeai-s    when    eait    oait.  {Every delail Ih exjahilned s^o thai  the  1 inexjiorieaaood   sewea* caaa  aaaake  without cllllcaalty ait atti*aetive da-ess. Price  of ih*.. book 10 cents the copy.  dealers, or aiaaalcd uarcet on receipt of   j ���������|irm,i,mp   nvi|   lailll,  prieoby The T. Malburn Co., Limited,   i a"  'l',0'>,;,,<    \������^-  '���������l������t,������  Toronto, Oait. 1 wheel.    Wham it loses the  How To Order Patterns  AddieFK���������AVlnnlpeg Nowppnper Union,  .75 McDci-mot Avo., WJianlpogr.  ^^^^������7  ^fl ^ffi^LW   ���������  ^^^u     ^9        ^r*3      ^m^F    ^Lm^Lm.  MmW MIXTUaH mW  MIXTUHH  A at like n flo.a���������*  a ������4������n;lc f������Ut i>4������v*i Br  8-0  ffmmWSImMMmmmm  L'VlUt'tl   I\o. ..  ��������� *.������..������ h3ii__C * *  u  I 111 ,v  Niutio   Towia ,   J D-Cl-i';; vouch  for  Mlrurd'b Uiuim������nl.  Tlae man who knows aaolhing and  wan is aaolhing ought to be conapn rati vely happy.  "MY HEAD DOESN'T  ACHE ANYMORE"  ���������snya Miss tlhidya Ilollia of Mon-  ti'oal.   I suffered for yoau'a wI1h tea*-  rlblo pains Iaa any laead, thought I  ���������would   dlo   I  ���������was ho miser*  able.    I tiled  every thing,  unll! at last I  And your pillt.  keep mo free  from    lioad-  iichcfl   and   I  now feol well  and happy,   I  jam telling- all  about them." ClaUy* ilolli.  CAllTKll'rt IJTTJJ3 TJVEK P1T-LS  ���������will aellove Oomatlpatlon, Honrt*  bunt, Dt'owMineHH, BillouamosH, Nau-  ������oa nml In digestion and Improve a.  bad coraaplexlon. Thoy are purely  vegetable, do not contain Onlonael,  Mercury or habit; forming drugaa.  They move tho bo wain .reo from  palai. Tiil<������-* tbeiaa to-aalgbt,  Th ufciyijit:.,   ������__.   tK  ?ue,   red   i'^K*.  Plane   Lands on   Single   Wheel  Tho  United   States  Is  having  built  on a single  momentum  that keeps it on an oven keel on (he  gj'ound, one side or Ihe other Hops  over till at. Hkid.alInched to either.  wing lip stipports Jl.  Discharge of Ion and one-hall* loaas  of powder aonl, live million Ions or  rock hurlllng down Mount, .laineaai a*e-  cently. 'J'he Alaska, .inneau tiold "Miii-  iaig Comptiaay cliilms ihis was a record  blast.  Tlie     Many-Purpose    Oil.    Moth    hi  ihe house and slable there na*e scores  of uses for Dr. Thomas' Eelocta-Jc Oil,  i rse It for ciitrtj brulaeat, burais, scalds,  {the pains of rhouamitlsnt aaad ajeiatlca,  I Horo Ihaoat. and a-laeat. Dorses are Iia-  1 bio \ ej-y largely   to   ;dinllar   a Union is  and  jiaislmpB  uh affilet, miinklaul, and  are  e<j\inlly  ."iineaaable  to  iho  Jiejilhig  j iaafhai lice of ahla U110 old remedy which  i has  mside  thousands  or  .Iran   friends  j during the past iifiy yeaa*s..  I     "My eua'btarolor is out; of eider, bail.  I think I eaia, put It ilghU"  "Have yon  a meehnnieal hont?"  N<������,   but  puj-haps  my   neighhoi'   has  oaie, I'll btii'i'ow it."- ���������Vlver.vhody'a  Suffered Constantly  from Backache  Gin Pills Recommended  Miiiard's;  merits.  Linlnaerit    for    animal    ail -  I  Immediate Relief  If; your back -acliea with n dull,  Bore pa������in, or if you have bad head-  nehes, then your kidney a are certainly _iffectcd. You nocd Gin Pills.  They go right to tho kidneys anal  -tootlao the inflamed tubules. They  'rcotorc them to normal and tho  Jntpurities of tho blood stroa-m aro  again filtered from the system,  Mrs, .7,-Iieid of Vancouver writes:  ".butt, ti word ot 11���������������nl:n for tlir  Kcioil 1 Ititva tlarivrcl from akin iihd of .'  <3in IMHh. For y������:������r_ 3 ntiitcr^d uoh-  ������t������ntly fravn __i,_r_ch������. Iia t*m*t, I w������m  nlmoBt an Inv-Alld. coulJn't do my own  hou** work. <Jin 1*111* w.re mcom-  ���������Atpntlixl to *nr 1������. ��������������� frWrul. I _t_raml  uu\ii������ tle-i.i u������id 4Aj.tfdn<-<| Almuut. irn-  itirOiato .clloa* mail 1 ulna, (dad aa tiny  J v������ti now da u\y own liouno woi-k.  DmnVia iu Ciin -*ilU. X inon. td-'lly  )-*������-oi������iiinfiid tlinm to AinyonA ������ulT������rl������ivf  froiia kttln*y trouble."  Gin Pilla are tho universal remedy  for backache and kidney trouble  land are sold everywhere at 60c a  box. National Drue <__ Cheitaaca!  Co., of. Canada, Hiimitcd, Toronto,  'J RWf d *. 1 ?.?  (i X������i___  T>TT\t  -__���������__*_ V  lEw.   uitiiafc rulsT,   B.   C.  / y  _      ���������_���������__   g_i____"r_-'r"_%  ___.   IU  BPIWElEliU  Booklet of "NEEDED INVENTIONS," blank form "RECORD OF {N-  VENTION" and full In-formatlon FREE on request. Write todny. W.  IRWIN HASKETT, 13 Elgin street. Solicitor of Domestic and Foreign  Patents, Ottawa, Canada.  Exchange Of  i  *,_r w-a  country  ���������   .���������..   ��������� ������  citizens  Canada  Gains  More  Than  She  Loses  Says Nevi/Vork Sun -V  If not so    regular    a������    1-he    oceaav  tides, yet a distinct ebb an., 'flow of  'migration   can   be   observed .between?  Canada and its great neighbor to the  south.-"  Jtiot now, a iter-a rather pro-  loaiged ebb pei*iod  to Canada's detri-  ment,the current    appears,   to    have  been   reversed   -with   more -incomers  aiian    ona<������riei*s     "lyrii'eb    natni-aaiv   ds-  I)������-ads on baisiness Conditions.  .When  these aa*e bad or stagnant, on one side  of the line they may Nbe. humming on  the other, and* since the United States  is  vastly larger and.more developed,  it is not surprising that the prospect  of eanploynaent is "greater south of. the  border.. Anyway,  nothing is  likely to  stop th e" continual exchange of popu-  7a lion unless and aintil either  imposes  aaa  embargo  on  the  of the other.    This the United States  may, eventually   do   if  the   efforts* of  certain Senators    ai*e    crowned    -with  buecess.  Discussing this laaaman ebb, and  flow, the New York Sun is disposed  to think that on the whole Canada  gains anore~Ehan she loses. Iai, its own  words: "If either country iiaaterially  gains by these ss]>orad*ic movements, it  is Canada. Factory workers who come  info the United States froan the  Dominion? are likely? to be-.Mat sojourners, inclined for the most part to. re-  turn to their own laaid when woa*k  becomes scarce for them or more  plentiful at. hoane. Pea-sons who buy  'v farms, on the other hand, expect to  make .pea-ananent homes on their property. When a family takes root iai the  soil, at is' not' lightly removed." While  this is ta*ue so far as. it goes, no account is taken of the drift-of"young  Canadians trained foil, professional  careers who can find no place, in their  own couaitry. In too * many yy cases jit  -means .permanent alienation -froTB  yibeir native.soil.        . y  The New York paper does not fall  to stress the constant movement of  faraners from  the   SJ.S.  into Western  workers there and are "prepared to  flock back with the fia*st revival of industrial activity. Further develop-  anentmeht on. the industrial side thus  -becomes a prime necessity..The Iaa*ger  the internal 'market, the more attractive is the pa'ospect for land 'workers  ol* the best type.  r  Our New  INVESTS*,. EfCT LIST  of Dominion, Provincial.  Municipal and Coa*poration  Is now ready for distribution. If  interested in investments"^  write for  c&py.  -AY& JAa-Bica  REGiTMA, S.ASK.  Established   1905  Surfacing Streets to  as_-._ _ -v.. . ^_ ��������� _,������  . ��������� ��������� s  - -  _r������_a__e atnem noiseless  Ehg-  Rubber  Paving  Being Tested  in  land  Has; Proved Durable  Streets'" and. high ways may be surfaced in some futua*c day with soundless, durable rubber and ihe world's  highway traffic allowed to proceed  skidlessly through rubber-l'o-rubber  contact.  A matter-of-fact report to tlae  Commerce Department from a London observer notes that a 700-yard  area of a rubber pavenieait iu one of  London's heaviest traffic sti-eets.. has  withstood one month oL' wear and  dampness without showing any-signs  of deterioration."A.'mitcda longer time  of experimentation, however, will, be  needed.  The test street is paved fia*st With  concrete foundation, headed over with  sand, and on the sand is laid rubber  topper r.baick, sealed with a. rubber  cement.  __.aa ]    -  k uaaajta ���������-_.    aaa  !������ New Ro!e  Perfected Knowledge Too Late  ... -a. ,;...;      ������������������������': ���������;.  Some Unlucky Scientists Missed Fame  By Inches  Somewhere' today, unknown to the  world and to each other, it is quite  probabie that two- scientists are working along identical; lines towards  some epoch-making discovery. One or  thean wltt perfect his knowledge first:,  and -will announce it triumphantly to  the world. The second worker, no  less entitled to fame, will retire. Re  will have the satisfaction of being a  co-discoverer���������nothing more.  The parallel discovery of new scientific facts has occurred very often in  the past.- When Darwin published his  "Origin of gpeeics" Dr. Alfred Itussei  Wallace had just come to the same  conclusions, atid was actually wa-iting  his treatise upon the subject; he was  just too la������e!  So,-too. when Sir Oliver Lodge had  managed*" to send wireless messages  across a. labQX&tory, Signor Marconi  published to the world the results he  himself had obtained and became the j  recognized   inventor, of  wireless.        1 Professor Who Ann on/used T.8.  Cure  The same extraordinary coincidence j       *     Succumbs, xo Pneumonia  occurred   with   the   discoveiry   of   X- j     Jusiy. a week after he had" announced  rays.     Sir William  Crookes  lit  upon * to   tb.a. w-orld.-what  he  proclaimed   a  Carried Fuel and Food to Trains in  Spain Buried by BSissas-ds  A dramatic thing has happened in  Spain, perhaps for the first time.  When blizzards buried the railway-  lines about Madrid iai snow, aeroplanes were -sent to the relief and rescue of a_ train and its passengers -$*ho  had been plunged into a snowdrift on  tlae  Madrid-AIbacete line.  The storm was so. severe, the drifts  so deep, that iai the absence of the  snowploughs eifaployed in. countries  more used to these extremes of  weather, the relief trains which wer.  sent could neither clear the line nor  get near the stranded-train. Snow continued to fall one day after the other,  and the train passengers were in serious danger of perishing from cold and  hunger. The aeroplanes therefore  circled above the snowdrifts and  dropped supplies of food and oil-fuel  to keep them in some degree of  comfort till release from their plight.  became possible. .  ah__n. B-T _l H-**a_fT. __^.  av"������_-a _*_* _i*s*r     =^  mmm  *Bi*  Ti'iafs%vvw  assure  Made mCanada  HOW TO RELIEV!  *x&s Autonomy  Lo  in  r_   V<ilbu0hby   Says   Conditions  *the East are Changing Fast  Avoid Serious Results by Using!    7������ we show a ieal desire to assist  Baby's Own Tablets {India to    get   control    of   her. own  -' VVhen a child shows the first symp-1 a������ali-s,  and  help  the  Indians  to   be  toms of a, cold, such as sneezing, red- S���������-masters   in   their  own  laouses, "I  be  ness of the e_rese clogged or running! lieve India, will want us  i-ry-  Died Before Discovery  ,C  be  Tested  the discovery much, as Watts did t>n  the idea of the steam engine.���������he was  thinking of other things at the time.  lie happened to be working on  some scientific photography when he  discovered,-to his amasiment that he  l*,ad photographed some Instrumeaits  which lav nearbv in their case./ He  realized that he had stumbled upon  soanetiiing maawellous. And-he meant  to 'follow-it up.  But fate was- agaiarst him^ He was  a t that moment due to start upon .a  scientific expedition. He locked tap  his photographs and set forth, to re^  suane his work later. When he returned to England the world was i;ing-  Canada, whe>vi thej' take root. These ing with the name, of Professor Ront-  are a anon ^"the better   class    of    mi-  gen, of Vv"ua-*_burg University. I-ontgen  grants, and being familiar with both  janr-lag and living conditions in Canada, they fall ' easily into Canadian  ways aaad have, as a Mile, been successful iai their own country. They are  attracted by the possibility* of obtaining less worn-out fai-ms at moderate  prices, and theii*'children become permanent farm-owners"'and gtood Cana-  .'di-taa citizens. Aa for native sons of  Canada who Hook employment iai the  industrial centres oC tiae United  States.,  they aae  often only  transient  had made the identical discovery.  posifive cure for taabea-culosis, Px*of.  \Smile F. Pernot, .8, internationally  known for his bacteriological research  work, died at his home in Portland.  Death was due to double pneumonia.  Prof.  Pernot had    anaiounced    that  after ten yeai*s of scientific investigation and tests he had 'proved' definitely  that a eui-e for tuberculosis.had been  found. He made arrangements for an,  extensive test, using a herd of tuber- '  cular cattle.    The city health depart-  ment of Portland was to check "the  tests and tlie results.   The tests, it is  believed, will be carried    on    despite  Prof. Pernot's death.  nose, prompt measures of-relief may  avert 'serious, re&ults. Mothers should  always have on hand some simple,  safe and effective remedy Cor immediate use.  ?\ Baby's Own. Tablets act quickly,  contain no opiates or narcotics, are  tasteless ' and'harmless. Ma. Joseph  ftadieux, "Holyoke, Mass.. says: ���������"I  have used Baby's Own Tablets for  my" children and find them a very satisfactory medicine. When any.- little  boy had a cold I gave him the Tablets, at night awid ho was well next  day. I give them to the children" for  constipation and they always do good.  I think Baby's Own Tablets are much  easier to give a child than liquid  -Medicine. I recommend the Tablets  to all mothers who have small children and believe they should always  be kept, oh hand."  Baby's Own Tablets are sold by all  medicine  dealers  or will bo   sent  bsr  mail at 25 cents a box from The Dr.  Williams'    Medicine    Co.j    Brockville,  An Everyday Story  _  V  oMss  i  -, 3   :.;;r;l,:-':i(HS*8'*<-!'''*;.''':;.,:;i?;S;<'<:.!::':'-'  _2.T  ,'     : :::_HI__J.irti* '^ .^.-.w-."'^"-"  ;.'i'ft*,..������_vw������������"  ICvaiaf*'   Ml.iiillo  Francis H.enry Cook  London, Ont.���������"[ was an a goatoral  riin-down stale of health. I had andicofl-  tion aaid niy stoauaela was weak aitarl so  fioa'e 1 could not bear to toaac.h it. I got  whea-e 1 clad not have any health at till,  \v/ih not ahlo to follow ai>v usual lane of  ivnrlc. I maw where Dr. f*iea*eo'H < loldoia  IMa-dieal Dlt-rovery -wa,s ro<:������aauaaoai]ed.  i'iit i-Jojiua-h truiil -h* ;m> T ili-eah'd l-o lay it  n������al it ralinved aaie of nay aaa<ligeHtifTa aral  weak sloiuticla, also i\u\ abcaVaauinal tlia-  IrcHH and built mo lap iaa health. I can  highly acdoaaianend tlae '(loldma Maalical  J)is(*ovei'.v' to ntiyono who maffera hh I  did. it in exi'dInnt!"���������I'Ynimw llena-y  t'nnk,   -171    Mlawibcth   8l..  Ml dealer*?. ICxtra la-rif"*1! bolllen, lif|iiid  ������U.:ir>: I'j.hi.iis $\ ,:tn ni,.i<.i,,.-..  Write Dr. Piea-nt'H IravalidH* Hotel  in  ji l|JiUi������l������,  .������.     A  <|   ���������  OX   .i'i  iiiiVi.**.  U'.     N.     i  IlitiS  Chemist Discovers New Metal  a       *  _-.  Can be Made Harder Than Steel and  Softer Than Lead  is ������laim  The-assertion that he had discovered a now metal that may be made  harder than steel audi softer than lead  has beeai advanced by T. T3. Kelley, a  Londota chemist. Mr. Kelley declared  that tlaea-e-. is no degree of malleability  to which the now metal may not bo  reduced, aud that there is aio ,use to  avhieh platinum is put that his metal  will not sprve equallj'  well.  Mr. Kelley, who calif? has anetal ho*-  Hum, declares at Is composed of oxides  of the oartla's metals. It is ianpea*vious  "to hydrogen, says  tlae discoverer.  His twenty year's of research holding to tlao dlscovory of solhaaav ttlso  led, says Mr. Kelley, to tlae discovcry  of another new metal, a*ustless Ia*on.  The Inventor holleves his discoveries will a-ovolutioniKo ludiiBtry.  Required Quick Thinking  Apparently    poverty-stricken,   save'  Tor the  blushing bride  at his  elbow,  tlao aaewly aauulo. brialegacyom as Rod the  jnagitftralo tlao    charges    for   having  tied  tho nuptial knot. The judge, ro-  gaa'dlng him with synapathy and com-  p:is_Ioaa sahl: "Two dollars sand a hiiir,-  I'l-lt'iul."    The   swain  i-.vla-aoted  ti.   roll  dial  would have Inxod tho eoaitractile  anuiMile.H of a jaaule'rf throat. '.I'lao oyos  ol   the  judge  bulged,  but,, h������a  thought  quickly   nail   added   the   hIngle   woral:  "l-ktch."  Undertake Study of Manna  .Sia aa.teuipt lo uaako a. Hciuiilidr in-  \r.stl*.;aiioa into tins tu'Iglia and nub-  saanee ol Miinaui, which the Bible  recordn AVaia. served an food for tho  iMi-aellteii hi (he lienor!, av III he aaiad.e  tioon. A group oi' evperta of the agricultural o.vpcrhaaciat Htnllou aaiaiutaln-  ed ha Puluallnu by the /.loialut orgiui-  l/,ntlon, wiii proeoed io- alio Wimif |������nn-  Instihi. for Ihe purpoase ot undurtiikhag  tl.L.   :-.! inly.  Lends Zeppelin for  Exploration Purposes  ���������.'!._-��������� i-    ���������     I IMP  Hugh Eckner Places Big Ship at  Disposal of Soviets  The Soviet Official Agency announces that Professor Mckenea*, director of the Zeppelin Company-, has  placed at the disposal of a company  which is being formed in'Leningrad,  a Zeppelin airship for a flight to the  polar regions for which preparationt'  are being made.  The flight is to%lart fi-fam Leningrad and coaitinue via Murmansk to  the various Soviet Arctic territories  north of Alaska. Tlae Soviet anoataace-  ment says that a series of oxploau-  tloaa flights are intended, but does nor,  mention the date of the start.  When n  load of coal is  purchased  ���������c������a*,-5T -wH������i-.  her  for  many  long years,"   declared)  Lord Willingdon in an    address    before 'the  Canadian Club    at    Ottawa.-  His Excellency    related    some    reminiscences  of his term as viceroy in,  India for 11 years.  "We must always renaeinber"  continued  the    Governor-General,    "that"  . _  tlae  East is  changing  very  fast  an<_.  Unit India is detei*aniued to have more  l-esponsagility in regard to the admin- -  istration of India's affah's and determined to be treated    on    a   basis    of  equality."-  ^n  his  11  years'  administration ox  India, Lord Willingdon had  found In- ���������  dians  on  the whole   loyal, vex*y  res--  ponsiv'e, very friendly aaid very amenable to the laws of the land.  The Governor-General also express-'  ed his thanks  for certain -assistance  i Canada had rendered in the Work or  | development of India,  wljile  he  was  (located at Madras. -  i . - -   ���������   ���������   ���������  Rich toward God.���������Luke xii. 21.  Richest are.'they  That live for Christ so well,  The longest day  __.  Would scairce suffice .to'toll  In. what wide ways t.heir beaaefactioaia  fell.  Ttlela with no very ga*eat things, but  with the little daily  self-denials, the  speakhag a   cheerful  word  when   the i  heart is weaa-y, the    patient,    steady!  performance of duties that .come with j  every a*efcuraiiaig.   dsay;���������-little    thiaigs, |  and yet they contain the riches with  which..God   is  well  pleased.  ���������Rose Portea'.  Where there is most of God. there  is least of self.  ���������Benjaaaain Whichcote  i There niay be other corn reanovers..  but you will not be completely satisfied until you havea^used llolloway's ���������  Corai Remover.  An orchid garden, containing 7,000  plants, has beon taken' over by the  Missouri Botanical Garden from';C. XV.  Powell, of Balboa, Mo.  Hockey Players  A rub down with Minard's after  a    sta*enuous    game     prevents  stiffness.  Insteaid of going to the buyer  ally  goes  to tlae cellar.  it aasu-  'Brazil  was  originally  called   Terra  de Brazil, or laud of red-dye wood.  Freedom from .Aethmq.    Asthma is  oaae of the naost distressing troublos,  suddeta   hi  its  attacks  and proloaageu  in its agoaiies. i'Voquontlyniany thhags  t are tried, but nothing seems  to give  ! hope of roliefT     Dr.   J.   I).   Kellogg's  Asthma Ileanody Is the oam help which  caai  be depended  upon.    If yoai have j  tried other a-emedles without, suece.sp,)  do not faail to get ait once a package of j  this uniformly 8uceessfj.il preparation.!  wwm*  ^*  mnwfmW  Cuticura Talcum  The Family Comfort  For Tbe Ntarseat, Toilet  And After Bath  The purity of Cuticura Talcum,  with it������ delicate medication and an-  tl-eptlc propciales. make it the ideal  toilet powder for the entire hoime-  hold. It preventa chalhig and irritation, and tuootheti uaad comfortai  baby'w tender Bklaa.  Should Pay for Prc-cctio:-:  Writing iai the Loaidon Sundaty Ob- ]  pervcr,    Colonel   Right   lion.    Josiah:  Wodgewood, Ltibor Member of Pari la- i  meut, suggested that i-.s Britain gets j  nothing by  her  protection  of  Egypt, j  she should traaasfer the protection of'  that country to Italy.    Or    if    ISgypl  wants Great Ihllnin to Jnsui^ her external  peaee,   she   should V>{}'  JlHtaha  about ^3,000,000 anaauailly.  THEJ.R.WATKINSCO.  Want Steady, Reliable and Industrious Meaa to retail  WATKINS* QlTALITV PRODUCTS  "MAIM. IN CANADA"  Good   territory   available   lu   this  locality. For full particulars write  The J. R.. \Va_lc_ns Co.  l>opt. 12 Winnipeg, Man.  *_m������i������  JmSji  COUGHS  ������������_,_i. ft** fr������" ���������>��������������� ������������'������''������ ���������..a-li-cr.'! C:;*.;.i  Drtioa: "at/taiflttii*, tUI., Monirdni." VelM, i\  tKa. i������nlm������nl S4 ������ii������l -Do. Taleuim 'JSn.  C"������������lrur_ 51������aivtne StJ������_ 2���������r.  ___>���������mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmim \m m 'in a m  ita])'  Miller's Worm Powders, will purge  the stoma oh tatad in teH tines of worm ft  so effectively anal so easily aiul'ttaln-  lessly that tho moat delleitte. stomach  will not fool any Inconvenience from  theii* action. They recommend them-  r.flvi-r, lo molhi'iv. ravi a prepaa-aslon  that will restoa-o strength and vigor  to their children aaad proteot thoiu  fra.au tho dolallltutlng effenlH which a*o-  sull. front Iho' depredation*' of woa-aaas.  -i OFKian to liNrvisNTons,   arnd  for car fra-ft li������t ol Inviriiloau* vv-uatotl,  and  frc������ advice.  Tlao Uaiiawey  Com*  fanny, international Put cut At.i_ni.y_. _7_  IJanlc at., Ottawa. _  A'  A fellow, who ban actually tried it,  says that jilihougli there tiro three  scruples in at. drana, the more drums  you lta"Kft I lie lens .scruples you iuive.  Reliitve  naent.  Astlam-j   vwith   Minard's   LIm*S-  H>7.AVf������. IHiAMAS,  B"**     .S/totchi'.-*.   TtiUloidti.  *t':oMi������:i.������rKB.  .NuaK'o t(i������->!c-  1loi������H. naulco nj*������. airoatent HChu-liori  aanimlju* hltH. niaaail^iu* uai'l iiior-H^ffHuil.  Catalog I'-ree, Cot*lilan. tit \V\ Uniidolpli,  CMdcairo,   Til.  H      -Tin  SiUN-H BItw ������ff**B������ 1^^^ Bt ^fa/j-mW 9 %3     SS^SI m$0 _���������  H   B'-'S j-ff!1!1-. B"iCMf^i B*1^BC_JB^__l   M^oig   ^C  T"i~l_Pi9-_kP>i#Miiyi lyn'^  B   lJBt&liri������_**l_.D^_*^__������_T������   IlllJ- ���������������__'  i.-u-, *> i'a. -I.UU.'1 utMrrn,       m>. J t-ar _.-_--_. _.  mm (it roi������������������i_������_. No.* far cattail-V. __._n___*������.  r������������l,t h>ir1--<llii.(*.ti������mlara.nraliih������r Na-r>i<>niniall>������.iin  up i.t<:- _*<-������������-* co ji*������-������-ii,...._ ������'-.*-' *>"������������������ ��������� i (-"'it  ���������r  MjII ������l,m   ������^t_1.i   i������������rv,.t������ '���������,   ltiM.no., frnn*  it, yi<iciNi JVinnt _.v>i, iuvvmo. out: _*_-���������-. IT-IB  C_fiiJB_4__OIf  B.BVJBV9  K  I  One slightly ussed Parker Broth:  ers   12 guage'SiiotljGuti,   in  perfect  condition   worth   new  $175.      WiiS   sell    reasonable*  for cash. *  Also new Ki ley ������������_. McCormick  stock Saddle, complete with  bridle, spurs and blanket.  . MAWSON  Local and Personal  9 Mrs. R. B. Staples as a visitor  with  Nelson friends this week.  Pigs Fgk Sale���������Six weeks ol<_. $7  each.    J. B. Ksadd, Wynndel,  S Pom Sale���������-Potatoes, $2 pep 100 lbs*  delivered.    Q. Davie, Canyon.  For Sale���������Two lots with 4-rootn  house.    Apply \V= Eisher, Orestou.  *fr_e A.Y.P.A. of Christ Church will  be addressed on Monday next by Dr.  Liillie.  Lent starts on "Wednesday and there  wall be services at Christ Church at 8  and 11 a.teu  Geo. Nickel left at the end of the  week oa a lew weeks visit at Salem  and other points in Oregon.  __ Lost���������Yale lock key, in Creston, on  j-'ebruary 5th. Finder p!eas9 reius-n  to Review Office.    Reward.  For Sale���������Yorkshire bonr, going  cheap. Also Chesapeake female, $25,  nwi-ebred, tsg-Jstei-ed. G.Davie,Canycn.  Tiie Sacrament of the Lord's Supper  wiii be dispensed at the Presbyterian  Church aS the close of the morning;  service, which a*-* at 11.30. Service at  7.30 p.m. as usual.  Place your order now for early delivery  of fertilizer. The  "Co-Ops.n   will   be  ordering in the very near failure for early  delivery and yon   will   want   to be  pro  tected  We do not order much in  what has been definitely ptaced. Please  estimate your requirements now and we  will take care of them.  Nothing will pay you better than "proper use of good  fertilizer.    Make two to  three tons grow where one grew without  *_.  it.  _*  re st on Valley Co-Operative Assn.  Stores at CRESTON & ERICKSON  Sale  Notes  Every Branch of this Bank  undertakes to handle sale notes.  You may discount them or leave  them for safety, and whichever  you do the Bank will notify the  makers and make collection.  iYou may foe sure that the notes  will receive every attention.  38  IMPERIAL   BANK  __*_EB__  C_ W, AIJLAN,  or C-*-_.-*/-j_t/_t  CRESTON BRANCH*  ������V_-__1  _������_ asses ���������������_>_.  ___���������_-*���������������-__���������  Have You Relatives or Friends  in the Old Country  ��������� whom you wish to  bring to Canada?  CANADIAN  Have hh _-.xcjulle.it orjacaii.y.ii.ioii throtiKlioufc tho Eiiroj-  pean Contimenb, aaid oan ������civ<������ tho be������fc of service.  Propaido oan be ������rriam|i;ed through Uae Ticket A#ont���������������  El  _L  jpaa  W. B. MARTIN  Crcfflton,  i'r. I>. ilSiOiMiY, Diubnoli PfVHHuia^or Atfonc, O-iftiuy.  T. W. BUNDY,  1-riokaon  mmmm.  smammxmmem  ���������: .Mrs.: 'Ch'as.? Moore, who .has spent  the past aibrrith at the old home afc  Easlc>, arrived batck at the first of the  week.     "?.���������?���������?/.:, >*'?.���������������������������  Geo. Kesra waidl, the loca! csrpsrtfeer,  is at present at Salem, Oregon, where  he is afc worfcj���������������������������.nrid will foe remaining  until April.  The social arranged for Friday next  by the cottmuittee o������ Christ bhaareh  is postponed _o Shrove Tuesday, ut 8  o'clock pi-oiup..  Thf subject of the address at Ohris.  Church on Sunday evening next will  be ���������'Ev idences, purpose and blessings  of the L.entern fast."  Jien CherringtonV who as taking the  fourth year high school work at Nelson this term, spe-ni the vre-ekehd  with his parents at Oresfcoro.  The Hod and Gun Ohab March ameet-  ln_; is on Tuesday, 3th. Members are  reaannded that 1627 fees are *ao������v due  and paynaen, will fcae appreciated.  WAKxi_J>TO R_e_*t���������Fruit ranch, 5 to  20 acres, with house on it. Prefor it  on half-crop plan. Notify ame at once.  Jos. Swaziaista, Camp Lister. B.O.  Horb Christie as aaithority for the  assertion that winter is over. He  reports the crows back sn almost  summer   mi rubers at  the end of the  fjraiicl '������������������/������������������'���������:���������:  At last!  _n_���������?r ^r-eaceff'-E*.    E-h _f_r**_l_rB_fffa_/_n_k''_^  >_liUEl_5J^ Jmfm^^^AUL%Jtff  n        **? ������  CJ?\?'&*������%-������ '������������������ '  _������____&_  -V  "N   ������*   .    .    <*_  .  _������' ,   I! ������_fc_x_K-������������_M_-*_*k������������������ fin  For Sa"L_s��������� Jersey heifer, due to  freshen soon; Chevrolet touring car,  heavy team wagon, team disc, buggy,  quantity of good table potatoes. P,  Boffey, Creston.  Trinity United yoursg people's draaia-  tic talent is being sorted out to secure  the cast of nine for the play, "The  Arrival of Kitty," which wiii be presented early in April.  Creston Valley Go-Operative Association had a large turnout fop the  annual la.eebing on Saturday afternoon  Jast sn Speers' Hal!. The ooeiefcy now  has almost 125 in embers.  An evening of progressive bridge  and progressive whist will be held by  the Creston Badminton Club in the  Parish Hall on Friday evening, March  i.h.    Admission &0 cents.  Chas. Moore was a  business  visitor  at Nelson for a coup.e of days at the  end - of tbe week, and reports the  Kootenay metropolis enjoying a spell  of slow times sinalaar to those abfcain-  ing locally.  Our former townsman, A. R. Swan-  son; now at Kimberley, as taking a  lively interest in community work in  that town, and has just been elected a  member of the executive ofKinaberley  board of trade.  Creston Valley Rod and Gun Chib  announce their annual St. Patrick's  night dance for the Parish Hall on  March 17th. It wall be a masquerade  affair thts year aaad prizes will only be  given to those wearing homemade  costumes.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27  CRESTON���������0.30 p.m.  *���������m_    i%I||    _*���������____. 2__2 H_L_l__?.'-'   **��������� ---* mm m n "*> m ���������**    *_*"������* H'_r_tS .  _s   __    _��������� _��������� "������J^"    *" -������-^^.������=^������a 4������mm*s^      ^rvaaawaa*       W������  _.-.������*������������_.  RONALD JCOLMAN  Screen play by- Hans  K^raly, based on  the  stage play, "K.iki," written by Andre Picard  and adapted bv David Belaseo.  ivu AU KAiv������_._a  mp������ i^Mi^'JbSfi  WANTED!  V3 or Dress  We pay top marketrpriee for choice birds  -CRANBROOK- MEAT  MARKET  c&a i_rflj_������oriftr  _���������*-._?_  f\: Hi ]A fl ICI \Ua'P uMW  SPECIAL PEIGES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE  JL 19-lba tin... ...:.$1S^00  a  2-lb* tin.....  _,...  ..   4.00  i-!b. bottle .....I ,���������.���������.������������������������������������....    LS0  1-os** bottle.....  ���������"iimhi!       40c  ORDER EARLY  Full information and spraying calendar on application  H. OB EST ON OPJJO & BOOSC ST01E  GEO. l_f. _8LEI_a_LY  BIG REDUCTION  Pure Aluminum Cooking Utensils  Your Choice at $1.00 each any  article on display in our window  CONSISTING OF  ���������HaP1 W     ������������������! T_l 1     ji ' _P? Tl fC  Tea Kettles,   Percolators,   try Fans,   Sauce  Pans, Double Boilers, Pitchers, Roast Pans  LARGE  SHIPMENT OF  Willow Baskets Priced to Sell  Secure on������ of those while thoy last.  Dry Goods  ITP H������>4l*M   tW������" ��������������������� m*  mmimn  ^t^^^^aZa^^^^^^S^m*'u'f'^^!!u!Si^^^^  Furnifura  ���������____!        ^a_____   "**-S^KS-SjKEj[-y*  jgjgg^ k^lftia.fi,-- >^M'fnJ < ivu 'V ^-tfti^jj:aj  M. ]_  ������  srtrtiyw!%M, % ���������  iii^__i^_i_^^^_^_s_-_-__-__i_^  m������mmnmmmm  35f^r_-a____^^iaiBlllIBall^^_a_]S^_^^^2llaalaliailll>^sa_________>i<i^  im+m<mmK#mmiffiMWwmm#  wmmm  mmmmmmm


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