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Creston Review Feb 11, 1927

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 ml  roar!  Ii,  1*  II  14  P  n  :Ci^tiiiti9ii tSelio^l  9  Division"1���������H. McLellan, Teaohea.  Highest standing:   Grade 8, FroSci  enoy���������Frank    Crawford,    Jean    24c-  preathg  Aileen  SpagAt.      Grade   7���������  JMncwjr    Kii^cota.    va;    ^ouvi-J,     ��������������������� _*.._������_-  ���������._���������_,'���������*_   '*'-���������  __WVJ.ft������3������  Perfect Attendance���������Harold Speea*s,  _f_?ed.-A|der8on, Earl Christie, Manuel  : ^mm^mm" ^s^ bow  |-������W������,'        ^vrr^^^^^^r"r^i!MJctMVt^tFrP'am:  :__#'  Ml  ^..,  Madeline  ���������������;.���������.���������.  'ii  ���������\- /-*',*-���������_(*_*-��������� -*__f-_ ___���������**** *" "  ������_������#*    .   ,.  _... ..    __  -������������������-aiH ������������������ <-<������������������;���������"    ���������*-*.ya^_  l^*-^(!~'AAte_������^^ Biccum,  Mar^ret Blineb, iajda Christie, Herbert ''���������^a_^^..':/Mins'^...'pb>^'^^'.'J^-t  Fisher, Jeanl-lendei^n, Jc^n|Hilton,  Annie Irelan_U^ally Johntkr#, Bo-*o-  thea MacDonald, Mary Maiohtf, Frank  Mo.r������w, AJlaniSSpsers. ArHhu^ Speers,  Jock Young, Fanny "Lewis.  "Division S-���������Miss Wade, Teacher.  Highest standing: Grade 6b, Proficiency���������Sarah Quinn, Gordon Reinw&ld,  Arthur Nichols. Writing improve-  raent���������Harold ReinnmlcL Grade 4b*  PsoS-le-acy���������Bert \ Morrow, Robert  Dickson. George Oollis. Writing im-  p_*o*c*mse_a_-- Douglas Spiers.  Berfee. attendance���������Agnes Biccum,  Rohert Dickson, Jim Downes, Sydney  Fishe-v Helen Hop wood, George Maaiv  Grade" 2 ' junior, Proficiency���������Ellen  Jensen, Ru-h Spencer, Gladys Pavies.  Writing ~- Blien Jensen. Improvement���������Edwsra Fendry.  IPsrfest att-ssdlanss -^���������M****,j*f*g' ��������� JBui"-  nett, William Craig, Gladys Davies,  Ruth Da vis, Joan Greenwood, Frank  Herdman, Ernest Ireland. .Ellen Jensen, William KerrigbanV Helen Mc-  Crfcaath, Douglas S_,eS_a_iehlin, Francis  Mol.aucblin, Maud Ross, Jack Ross,  Jessie Spratt,   Edra   Walkey, Doris  %)l/a1t-^D-n_a  ''���������'MraliH^-ft.;  with  days last  Kitchener School Report  __������n 1n_.,   ���������vm^ "%trmmm*TZ<m **_**-__���������  RAW _%_*$-*-%������% ���������* t_4  *������V.-������_^_1_4  jr__ah*u_������.q^_i%������  -_areu, Arthur Nichols, Sarah Quinn,  Gordon Helnwalb, Jane Boss, CliSord  If-ark.  Division 4���������Miss Holmes, Teacher.  Highest standing: Grade 2 Senior,  Proficiency���������Jean Mcl_auchlan. Im-  *provf._acsi_==ll5sth Hare. Writing  iimp*r*we*-*aefflt-^Sve^  S^unior, _-**ro������ciency���������Eieshor Spapratt.  Improvement���������Dorothy CoIIis. ljW_*it-  ing improvement ��������� Marion Quinn.  Grade 3 Senior, Proficiency���������Margaret  Burnett. Improvement ��������� William  Ferguson. Writing impa*ovement���������  Holger Johnson.  Perfect attendance���������Doras Bayle,  Raymond Bevan, Margaret Burnett,  Dorothy CoIIip. Ruth Hare, Margaret  Henderson, Stuart Hilton, Emmet  Johnson, Ho3ger Johnson, Aileen  Rlingensmith, Hughena McCreath,  "Lloyd McLaren, Jean Mc*La������ch!an,  Marion Quinn, Eleanor Spratt, Everett Walker.  Division 5���������-Miss Hardy, Teacher-  Grade 1 Junior, Proficiency���������Doris  Beninger, Beryl Palmer, Maisie Ferg-  uson. Writing���������William .    Oraig.  Improvement���������Irwin Nickel. Grade 1  Senior���������Edith Walkey, Doris) Hendy.  Edra Walkey. . Writing ��������� Edith  Walkey. Improvement���������Doris Hendy.  A gifted Canadian reader  and impersonator.  lilpLUiiSi-p  in a RECITAL, including  PLAYS  Classic and Modern  Character Sketches  Musical Monologues  Humorous and Dramatic  Stories  Trinity Church, Creston  Thurs������ Feb, 24  *m   w"������ ���������"cbtho -t* i"*"K5S"r rata     ea    tsset yrsjETB-i    . usssst     ns  at EIGHT p. m.  Hunt's Hall, Kitchener  F-al   ��������� mm   "|.  iBOSyi rGD.  A(Iulls50c.     Ciiitn'ran 25c.  Miss Grace Kendall, principal of  Kitchener school has issued the  following report for Division 5. for  January: Highest standing. Grade  4���������Nettie Androsoff, Grace Strong,  Grade 5���������Elsie Nelson. Clarence Anderson, Grade 6���������It'chard Molander.  Grade 7���������Claude. Simpson, Wesley  Blair. Perfect attendance���������laid wig  _s.*ss*s-aOs, I~Tst-t.l^ ii.Q_?ososl ~D*mni*-  Busb, Myrtle Strong, Claude Simpson.  Miss Porter's report for Division 2 is  as folEows: Highest standing, Grade  3���������Hazel McGonegal, CeiinaLaaasyloisj  John "Selson. Grade 2���������3_aura An-  drosplf, Henry Nelson, Grade la-  Jack "Lftn^IosSs FrredAndrosoff. G-rade  li>���������Bobert Johnson, Juee Strong.  Perfect attendance���������Alice Bobn, Fred  Anurbsb-f.  by''wi^|oca|  between tr.  iteside was a visitor  friends   a  couple of  Nbrtb,  Brawn and l_oas-  on  Creston  friends  i|o*_rTuesday .last. ���������������������������'  :..;':B^^y^i^^S>f i3-*_isb_oo&'' &,psi?re&  heiwil^^'^i!|^^_..iake; .he piause of F.  Backa^vywhO-yh^te been on the switch  CT^w'jSr. the!p^|t month. ' The - latter  wen^y^j^*������^^^  :.Mi������;;iKroclb*^_vauf* tea hostess ������������a Jan-  uar^y^ti|.y:~^||ted by Misses   Eileeu  at that point was housewarmed in the  shape of a dance and with other musical trimmings. The floor was in  charge of Jlmaaay Locbhead. wbose  effort w������_s so g-sssca-^ful that there ������as  no let up i������s the dancing until th������������  breakjfast waltz was called, after  .which they local -guests departed to  catch, the first trip of the ferry.  Songs were contributed by Bon, Stewarts Mr= and Mrs* Fergaison, and Mrs.  Moul and Mrs;.McNeil. There wae a  splendid lunch at midnight and the  affair was thoroughly enjoyed by all.  Hea������-i_^bl_ysC^^ W, Good  man in the; sajrving of refreshments.  Altrepori::^e^^pFair ������ most enjoyable  one.  __lrs������  ;: ��������� ������������������-���������.\'Sst"  I m^rnvmrnw-'!':-''  '���������������*"_���������.'���������?  COBE  *uu  week.  ::':'Rev.;;i?C:  ���������_TTPS.  ids several days   last  ������*.-* aM -,-irE������������i, ���������4* =*_,���������"������tiie Terbiiry home, prior  WBS heret on Sunday  SI._l_-.El_ *     ' "  land service and Sunday school.  Ir. atifl Mrs. Frank Simister of  Alice Siding spent the weekend here,  guests of Mre. Whiteside.   -.  Mrs. Martlts spent a few clays with  Nelson friends this week*  leaving on  .T^e8day...:-''V::!':;;'  b_^i  Mar*?. Botterili got back at the end of  j the week from a few weeks' vjsit with  _-.r-.7a   relafci w-^s sktk Bafeap. Idahrt.  Jack   HutchsRson   was    ������  Creston   relattwes a_ iJover,  caller on   Friday,   coming  home the  following day.  Rev, J. Herdman of Creston had a  good turnout for the United Church  service in theschoolhonse on Wednesday night.  GK A^W^^r-f-Sdelo s9^'-l_j3r'_a^-__-?^^  call on   Thursday.    H.   Me-  of     -Creston'    was     here  Creation a business visit, Monday.  Miss Alice Molander was a visitor to  vtcouuu  UIU   ���������J a__  v v ruucsuaj',  was a guest of Mrs.  WUC71-C     BUS  Charles Fransen.  She returned Thursday.        y  AD.   Pochin,   the  News repr tentative, was  business call on F_.day.  Nelson   Daily  here on a  Murdoch McLeod of Vancouver was  renewin'g business acquaintances c-_b  Saturday, returning on Sunday..  Masses Estherf Nelson, Ellen Andeen  and Edith Geroiis, msde the hike to  Simpqonf8 ranch on Friday afternoon,  and very much enjoyed tho time.  Mrs. Joe __auglois and daughters,  Vivian and Celina, of the Russell  House,, were Creston visitors on Friday last, They were at the Bert .Johnston Company show, and came home  next day. ,  Joe Levergne, who hod his leg broken before ChristmaB, whilst in the  employ of the Slash & Door Company,  and has since been In Cranbrook hospital, arrived here oh Thursday, and  Is a guest at the Kitchener Hotel. He  Is making a very eatisfnetory recovery.  The Whist and dnnce In Hunt's  Hall on Saturdny night undea* the  direction of E. B. McFarlano and H.  Red mile was thoronghly ' enjoyed.  Tho high scorers were Miss Beatrice  Molander and Jack Hutchinson, while  tho consolation honors were awarded  Mrs. Carl Anderson and Dlok Joyce.  The dnnce niu.'o was by the local  orchestra.  On Fa-It!.*y night a Hurpi-'ue party  wan staged on- Clarence Devlin at his  homo here, to which quite a crowd of  young folks wore Invited. Cards and  dancing; wero the feature of tho evening, A dainty lunch was served at  midnight. Tho winners at cards wore  Miss Grace Kendall and Sam Little-  jbbca, wl.JJu the lowmow traph'-tJ wow  cnrrlod off by Miss Edith Gorouac and  Clarence Devlin. Tho&o proBont wero  Mlcfses Grace Rendall, Kathleen "Por  tor, Edith Gorbux. Alice Mnlaindor,  Ellen Andt������en, Eothor Neleon and Mrs.  G Hunts Messrs. E, B, MoFarlano,  Sam Littlejohn, Hurry Redmile, Dean  Molander, L*owls Simpson, Fred Mo*  Kauder, Jbouis Anderson, Clarence Devlin. AH report a ma������t enjoyabhs  eveuiaig'.  :uand.  Building permits for the month  include the erect loss of a ne w Ice house  at the R.M. Telford store.  Miss Jane Huscrof t is a Creston visa,  tor this week, a guest- of Mrrs. Ton-  Ross.,; ;  Mrs, and Miss Y*erbury from South  Wales, who have been visiting at  Coleman, Alberta, for the past few  weeks/are here at present on a visit at  ������������. . . ^ refeurnloi?  to the Old Country.  Mr. and M_*s. Orval "$ anEtten of  Bonnets Ferry were weekend visitors  with the lattei-'s parents Mr, and Mrs.  Demchuk. Miss Kathleen DemehuK  will return -with them and make a  couple of weeks stay at Bonners.  BiBSS-T-on Febraaary4th, at Soofce  nay __ake General Hospital, Nelson, to  Mr.   and   Mra,   Harold  --I-angs-pn,   a  daughter. -     ������.  E. J. Malthouse has had his wood  sawing machinery operating at Ryk-  erts this week,, where he had  a contract to put up 25 cords of fuel  at the  customs house. -  Mr.and  Mrs. ;F. J. *KSingeEsmith*J  and Mit^.Ruth who have been visiting  at   VaBacpuves*^ dfor".���������-. the   past   three  ^epit^y^'^^^'^yy^%j:ry:. ;y:.:v.  The Cp-Operative Association will  have its annual meeting ne*s_%aturday  afternoon, Feb. 19th, at Speers' Hall,  Creston.. The balance sheet to be submitted is a aooost attractive one.   ���������  Posters are up for an nubtion sale of  the household effects of Henry Brbwnr  rigg, which takes place at the ranch  ori Tuesday,* Feb, 22nd. Terms will  be given on articles over $10. Henry  is leaving before the end of the month  to try out general issming near'Red  Deer, Alberta,  Word reached here at the end of tho  week that Eric Oraigie, who has been  employed at ijumberton, had sustained a broken leg while at work in the  woods for the B.C. Spruce Company,  and had been taken to Cranbrook hospital, where he is making a satisfactory recovery.  Mr. and Mrs. Mert McCtillough  had  J the misfortaine to lose ail  their household effects in a fire,that destroyed  their residence in  the Huscroft area  on,-Tuesday: .afteanri/^^ . bad  '^i^^0^^ii������^0^o^yj^y^^  sbtt?c^K;t.!a^t.E-;__[-_ti?  difficulty   gt-S*_ingAbuto^  tjhbr  Miss Annie Parkin is a Michel visitor nt present, where she is the guest  of her father.  Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. McNeil and Mrs.  Moul, who have been visitors with Mr.  and Mars. John Marshall, are"'returning,  to Vakucouver this week.  Word from Cranbrook hospital is to  the effect that Joe Miller is recovering  nicely from his recent* operation for  appendicitis,  The next dance at the Todd, ranch  house Is reported for Friday night,  February lttth. A boxing bout will  probably be a side attraction on that  occasion. Jimmy 2_ockhead will probable bo ono of tho mitt articta..  Mrs. R. Stewart got back a few days  ago from a. vlartt with friends in Spok-  itue. She was accompanied by her  daughter-in-law, Mra. Albert Stewart.  The Invitation dance tendered the  p������>io^I������4 oP WoHfc Orosfton at the Todd  ranch house on Thursday night hist  went off in fine stylo, and Included a  very eumptuotae supper. Many oldtlmo  dances were soon, including the military -ohottiaiohu and highland fling, bo-  aides tho utaunl modern minabero. All  had a wonderfully fitfle' time the dance  ending at 0.80 a.m.  Four itleCghloadu. of Alice Siding  folks inva-d**d West Cr������Bton on Jan-  ary 231th, wheat the new schoolhoutae  some  house with, the youngest child. The*  house was owned by Charlie Huscrof t,  and is said-- .4** havo been insured.  Miss Hobdep, principal, has issued  the following report for the month of  January for Hu_croft public school  Highest standing���������Grade 1���������Rupert  Bohmer, Vergene Bohh.er. Grade 2���������  Thomas. Tedford, Burton Huscroft.  Grade S���������Margaret Huscroft, Walter  Swizlnski. Grade 4���������Arthur Haipry,  Murjorie Tedford. Grade 5���������Minnie  Huscroft, Clyde Huscrof t. Grade 7���������  Dolly Tedford, Alice Demchuk. Grade  8���������Pearl Huscroft. Perfect attend  ance���������Alex Demchuk, ZuniaDemchuk,  Clyde Huscioffc, Waddy -HuBcroft,  Enga Swizinski, Rosie Swizinski, Mar-  jorie Tedford.  Death Summons  Russell Leaisiy  Another nante must be added to the  quite" long list adorning -Creston's  granite great war memorial. The  _**.s*E3s is that of "E������s_i8selS XLsf^wls Xj3*-*__y,  whose death .occurred at Montreal.  Que., on Friday, January 29th, and  word of whose passing reached his  parents, Mr. and Mrs. I*. N. X������eamy.  (St Cre-ton the following _fay=  No gamer fight for: ������?e was  ever  waged than, that put up by deceased  who passed away in his thirty-second  year.    Deceased left Creston  In Nov-  ember, 1914, and after a few months'' .  tiaining at Victoria, went to Es-gland  early In 1915. and  by arnidsuuBmbr of  that   year   was   in   the   trenches   in  France, with the 16th Canadian Scottish, where he was first wounded its  October,, 1915.    He was   InvaiSded   to  England,  bait in Jamiary,   1916,  was  again  bac_-  in France, only to be so  seriously   wounded in Octobers   1918,  that it was fully seven  months before  he could be moved out of France, and.  it was not until late in 1917   that he  j was able to travel back to his home  in Creston, to go into  the sanitarlutu  at  Balfour for treatment, and since  which time he has been almost stead*  iiy   under   medical   care,    with   the  exception of part of the summer of  1924, when he was here and for some  weeks was in charge of the-provincial  alanLiAn _B,r_c������ar ao tNtfuimimw a|Kaq������. *.������-&  ^.^.^.w.vi..    .. ������^_ m.   wu     ������ ������^_m*__.._.���������g     *rmA*v%2m.     __.  the Creston riding. Early in 1925 he  went to be with relatives at Montreal,  and had already undergone three  operations, the last of which had beer,  looked to bring better health.  The funeral took place on Thursday,  Febrroary 3rd, to Notre Daaaae eameN  '^B^?|^^ ia  ;^otl_te3^^p1IOt^ ; mass  was held a& Montreal and the remains  taken tb HuJl for inters the funeral,: Iteingy;^: 4::������^^  Conclave of the Most Noble Ocder of  Crusaders. Full military honors were  accorded the deceased, the Last Post  being sounded by Bu^le Major Day.  The pallbearers wenre Q.M. Sergt. Phillips, Q.M, Sergt.. Hutt, Staff Sergt.  Tushingham, Sergte. Beei% Clair and  Howard.  The late Russell Xeamy came to  Creston with his parents in 1899, and  was very popular with a wide ch-cie of  friends, to whom news of his death  cameaaa distinct shock, and a very  sincere sympathy is felt for the parents and two sisters and three brothers  in their sad bereavement.  HGiChGfftGB*  Mrs. Stanley Quaife and children  left, on Friday for Cranbrook on a  business visit* .  Alex. Ellis, who is employed at the  Sash & Door Company, paid the dentist in Cranbrook a visit on Wednesday, getting back the next day.  C, Cox, R. Maxwell and Ivan Staples  of Creston were here for the daince on  Saturdaiy night, coming up by car.  Mrs. E; W. Payne of Creston,; who  has been visiting with Mrs. McGonegal, returned home the latter part Of  the week.  Andy Wlckholm of Canyon was  here on a business visit between trains  on Sunday,  Cturrcnco Devlin made the hike up  Goat River as far as Davis* cabin for a  fow days visit, getting back on Satur-  Jiua Dodds, who is working at Goat-  feil, spent the weekend with Kitchener friends.  Harry  McKowam    of   the   Sash &  Door Company,. Limited, Cranbrook,  was here on. business part of last  week, leaving on Satan-day for home.  He was accompanied by H. Spcnco,  who spent the weekend with his family  there.  Iho whist and dance given by  Messrs. 11. H. Red mile and 1_. B. Mc-  Farhtno in Hunt's Hall on Satiawlay  night, was fairly well attended.   The  prices at curds went to Mlers Clara  Hunt, lu<li<W first}   Xt. Anderson  won  the gent's high trophy. The consolation ..oifioi** fell to Mra N. K. Devlin  and Ed. Castle. After cards a dainty  lunch was served, and dancinj* followed, which ended in the wee hours of  the a.m. The dance music was by  Mrs. W. Arb, pianos ^L. S'mpson,  violin; J. Ohorlton, cello; C. Harm-  er, bun jo.  SUPPLIES  In order to reduce our stocks  of this line we are selling  them at  6 for 25c.  SCRIBBLERS  EXERCISE BOOKS,  ERASERS, Etc.  No change in quality.  H|U| tmmX ^^  If m  "J-Uk ***w-*-*-i_ari  msMmmsmmmaw&vmsm  NMM  MMowitnwiiiimiiwii" .:���������������;>'':;.;-t-;  :; :yy  ii .iiii, _ii___ia������g������M*ggwani������M_���������m.ii i iiiii     , :���������..',.   P_1_VXBW,   OESSTONs: B.  r~-^"-'  /  YOU VALUE YOUR REPUTATION  AS WE VALUE OURS  And w-e stake our reputation o������ over 30 years  on the quality and value in every package of  Red Rose Ilea.  The risk is ours, not yours; and is taken  thousands of times every day, because every  package of Red Rose Tea is guaranteed to  please you or your grocer will replace it free  of charge.  ���������**  , ._   ..-.*/.. ������__-.-.__.  7 St. ������������������in  _n*T_  ^*- ���������___r  ||       I  II       _rarn  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  FEBRUARY  6  THE      PRACTICE     OF      CHRISTIAN  RED ROSE ORANiiEPi__K���������>EIs extra good.  I"ai'iolc>inrnoo di    I'Vi-. ncv.^oo    Crs<to  fori, an   Italian. hav������natod iln-  piano  in  272-..;. *  1  * INDIGESTION,  + ���������*+ >������������������������*������^_|-V-I >Mt-M������<HM*>  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  ���������OifW,  UPSET STOMACH $  Instantly!  Pape'sDiapepsirr' |  Corrects Stomach so       f  'Meats Digest I  ^.........q.a"*'*  Tho  uum^-m  j Kuso.h:- Tiarnht, '.HsUd- cliom'st atui  i53.1VOiitoT.oi' iiu'iiniu*, .-.in s-xihos"v*>,  j d'iod ro-roiuly ;u t'osHoue, a short, dls-  1 mice from PiU-is.  I Joint liul! now" claims ro luix'e tho  ; uisiost. uerop.k'.no in a lit? world���������n  k-sin-ik* yo;ued fiiA'hi'ing; uiachino wllh a  ������ TOO iuu-sovxtwei' eh������,ino.  Seven  huwlrod  yonni*; iiK'ji   havo.  ai-  i ready   -.qiptu-d  STEW A R  DCUIO  Golden Toxl:  Tlaou.hast been faith-.  3'xal  ovci' a   Cow  ihings,  t -vvill  sol. thooj  over many things; oiifor thou iailo ihnj  joy of thy lord.���������MnUhew 2">._i. j  i     Lesson * t Mai ihew 2o.'.l'l-30. I  !   Devotional   lloading:   .2   Coriut.hiiut^  lia.fi-ri.." ���������   . .  .   g? hsa a cousfe or cold or has been  "T" exposed to disease give it SpohnX  "Use Spchn's to ke*:p yutir*. >������  horses -worhing full time.   Fey ������*W-  dintcmpri,   lanatnEa,   ci>1<Jb.  ������ou���������hs, Dink aye, catarrhal lavas  '   All  m-CMHcft -.fT-fetanip   th_   '  cKtud*&   _>il_  S__ST~ _!-?_������������������"  ������������������������_,���������_���������>.  $0d an _ JL .RO ot Dm g Stores���������WHte Tor fre������ booklet  Spoiin Medical Company    Dept. 23   Gathsn, In-.  VOU  "IJ-apov-, Diapot'siat" youi-  s t;<Mot. of  indit;*-'.*! H������ts irf  ������OKt-. No fttoro <lisirt-ss trom rt ^our,  sioid, iu_������soi. ^uuunoh. No ilauijom-o.  hoars burn. \*UpuuUon. or m.isorj  ing sru-.-f-s. fori-eoT your tuiAX'suon. for  a !"o\v- <vitts_ KifAi !������u^ka.._x- r*,nar;tn-  iood by dr*a*-;-_:is! 10 ovfix-oaijo sioan:i������.-5a  troublo..  A   eotloeUim  ot   Fr<k:u-!i  coiiaU'  was sold a'or .^^."(.i'.'O.  -lamp:  fur p-is-sago to Canada  frtrtii LmmL'-o alone, alt anxious for  work in iho 1ku*vo~*...season.  Abates     Maude     "Mucher.     t*0,     velj  ink- l ivito-iVj- antho)-o.<s nod pootest*.  iw dead  jar hfr-i-     hohip'    in     Kiaag.stoai    afLoi-    a  [U-Hgjhy  allaipss.'  Ij.    i.^    roj'orlod.    from    I.u-sor    thai  ; amor-.c,si.  the hit est  finds'in Tut-Ankh-  j Aan^n's lottab i.s a royal ostrich 1'oather  : fan ol: allornatin.-;    black    and  planany oi  Tiers A-re Smart This Season  T_x_oodiiag]y snuivi i������ a his ultracaivo  I'roek. The bodice has soi'v leathers aa  each siiouldor, a deep V-opoiaiaij?, and  a vosLoo -with convertible collaa*. The  Ions dart-filtod sleeves are finished  will: scalloped. ouf!>. so oorrespond with  tho triple iJea*s all ached ao a fitted  foundation skirt. A crushed ribbon Kit-  die, of a. matching or  shade, i* Med in a bow  Explanatyions aticL Comments  1.   ...Th������;������' Coaitmlssioias. vea\s<3������,-'W,  "5.  Jesus   is  speaking    to    Hi's    d.isciploH  tiboaat the Kinrkdoan of lleavcii,"'siml he  begins   a  parable   by  .'--.ayhig   that,   lite  tdtuuliou   as  comparable .-'to   that   ol.'  a  aatan  who,   about- to, go   into   aiaofher  coitnlry,  calls his servo aaa s and clellv-  els to   l.heau  his goods.   "The story is  true in fla^ drionlal life, ot Life period;  for, when' a Al'oahhy aaaatn \vat5 leaving  [his home Cor: aw laile, two^ co uvscb. w e re  j opeat   io hit'ii.  for fh^  arvaiisejiient "'of  ; hi.s affairs���������;   either ii*?'might make hi*  ] eonlidenlial slaves his���������"ageriis,. eounuir- ' rr  j ting to  theaaa  the  tilling bt his   land, [  j and   giving  io thean  his money  to bo *  ��������� nned ,.b,y..;: tii'ean Jtn  ta'iide;i.o^^-he.  anighJ .]  I take" Axuvanfage': of": tJfe"'mbTtey-ch j  ins .system which haul beeai mirodueed ;  by the "Phoenicians, arid which was at j  the ainie in  full operation ihroughoxat \  the  Itoniait  Kaaipit'o/'���������(Win.   M.   Taylor).  In his iaat_i'pretatioaa of w\he parable,  . tho "nsiaai-" represents . Claris!,.; 'laas  ! "goods" stand for" all possessio:-)'s-���������  |liu>, physical aatd nieufal powers, etc. j  ] ��������� wJticli aro represeatted as God's pro- j  -jper.iy, eni:a*u_1 ed io lneij; his sei'vantB, .  ; as ;i. loan. :  i 'i he .servants Avere-all trusnvorihy,,  ! but they differed in capability, aaad the ]  j anas Lea* apportioned, bis gpotisl'iimpriR '  ; (beau according to his ."aulsaneait ot: the  lability of each. Jjnto one-he1 gave five  i talents, to another .two,,-and to JHtother  ione. liveaa tho one talent, represented  !a coaVsidei-able suavt, about one thousand dollars, -whose value is reeo'g-  nized Vvhen we recall that, a denarius ���������  wsis a:d.ay's wa?*;e, a,nd a talent was!  the equivalent ot six thousand denarii.  In the iaiterpref.ation of the parable., j  tlie "talents" ar-i the "soods,"' u*hat-  ever is tfn'en to each ^ane Tor use'and  5     S.  .��������� ���������.__&?a  feodav. ana bs>"?-c  ';������-.������e-  Uno, ������"*_������.  Buy & bAttie  W. K. tacktey.   tJnji^-^r  I-t2 M_*tnl   St.,  J.S������onto  2  mi ?������:-r aju-aus  Acis-l'i-r _i |!airi  ** *.ir>������.lc aia prove* It  An airplane of only 29 horsoijpwer  reconaly flew over the Alps, alta/lntng  a height of'nearly 15,000 feet on the  way.  or    conti*as1inS:J������������P*-W'3aiaeait.  Our.^use;  of   1  .- in front.   Iso. \ "'lalent" to siffuafy menial gat'  1 he   Avoa-d  t or skill  ll&gl'is 'fbr'Tadie'R and'auisses and is'in I *"  aceomplishins  anything   is   derived  . ������������   '...  ... ���������...    ...       ,   12 iTieljeS i from its -use an.this; parable.  So Nervous  .east -Moise  sizes i(i. 1..S years, 3K,   U)  bust.    Size  3S  requires  3%. yards .>9-  inch material, or .3 yards 54-inch, and  % yard SC'-incla auaterial for foundation  white : skirt.   Price 20 cents the pat I em.  ,  ,        .,   -   ��������� i     r.II     Tlae  designs   illustrated an ouv  new  i-oaf lonsih in a wondefful | FagllJon Vj^ok  aro udvanoe  styles  fbr  little Helps For This Week  IF BIUOUS, SICK  "\fi-p. W. 31. Tales'. Asltcnt, Man.,  writes:���������"I was bottiered very -niuek  witli   my   heart   and   nerves,   and   the  least,  noise would   make   rae jump  a-rirL  almost:, stop my heart bcAting.  I told tny mother about at one day,  naiil sho said that she had beoa  bothered the saan> way and toid mo to  ji'ot a box of  suite of preservation, with a semi-elr- jj tllu ]lomo��������� <j_-essnaaker, and.the woman  eular  sold   centrepiece   and  a   lengthy   "01- girl who desires to wear gartnenis ,  gold, handle.  -   The London    Daily    -Mij-roa*    undei  sands that Lieut. General Sir Charles  L-Ian-iirgton   is^likely   Io   be   appointed;  coram ander-iai-chief iai India.  CJeaaeral ;  i dependable   for   taste,   simplicity   and  'I-ecojiotny will find IJer desires fulfilled  '- in our pattea-ns.     Price of the book  10  cents the copy.  I am with thee, and Avill. keep thee  iaa all places whiiher t.liou.yoest.��������� flen.  N^iii.  fC       '   \   . *   ";-:-*-"--   ''������������������' "���������  3STo  headache^   t>ad   cc&cP;:   soar  stomacli or costive ^owisl's  ��������� '"by ���������>mQtX*~i-g ���������:������������������������������������������������������:���������:���������..  Lord,  at ml   cheet'  Hftraiaagtoh, who had a Bjtlendad record t  an the   lCuropean   war,   further  distin- ; Addrefes-AVinnipei  guished hian self in the post, war aiego  nations with Turkey.  How To Order Patterns  Newspaper Union,  175 McDornaot Ave.,  ^Tnaaipeg.  --.iy  PaUcrn  No.  . Size.  be   Thou   near,  loaaely way;     ,   .  With Thy sweet   peace.'  bosoaaa  fill;  Scatter my cares :-mi l'<  allay;  Aiul bo ay. mine each day  To  'o������'e and please Thee still.  ���������Pierj-e Cornealle  Get a lO-e^jfi  Jos now,  y.���������'���������.,���������-:���������  ;���������  . You're  ^ ,io������r>!   You   have, .athrob-  Diuis?   soaisatioai   in   youa*   liend,, a   bad  Mas to  iii  youi*. luouth, youv eyes buraa,  ( y our skisa  is  yellow,- with  dark rin^s  V|V i under your, eyes; yowr. Ups areyparched.   No   Avoauler   you  feel ugly,  anean  Mothers    Value   this    Oil.���������Mothers i  who  kno-\y  how  suddenly  croup  may.i  I seize   aljear   children   atid   how   ne.ces-1  I sai*y prompt actioai is in  applying re-'  lief, always keep at haaad a supply of  Da*. Thomas' Kelootric Oil, because ex-  1 perience   has   1 aught   thean   that,   this  ' is aaa   excellent   preparation    for   tlie  treatment   of   ibis   ailment.   Aaad   they  aa-o wise,  \'nr its various  uses reaader  ii.  a   valuable,  aued.ieine.  I  ���������Wlien I liad taken the ono box I felt  qaiito a lot better and by tho time I laad  taken  three boxes, I j,'o*   reljef.fl  VrUioi  00<\  a box   at  all   dealers, or  ���������mailed  I Tho T.  Ont  clirorft   oai   receipt  of  price lay  MalburD. Co., Limited, Toronto,  ,    has    in  prot.e_l.ion  Xoalitaar-;'  secret.  eli'cuhate  so   rapidly jis  t\  A bank in Porflaa.uh,    "\le  stalled    a    periscope    ns  against haaad its  peepdtole on the si reel, level enables  the police |o see info I he vaults at any  lime.  - What a joy to know that of all  things'and ail thoughts, God is nearest to us!���������so aiear that we cattnot  see Him; but far beyond seeiaag llini,  Kamo      j we can know llina.infinitely. ���������  | -���������George Maedoaaald.  T*"AVU    , j     God  is  whore   the  sun  glows;   Hod  ,,   ���������   .���������     i"T    A- T^" 4     j 1    , las  where 'the violet, blooms,   is   where  In all  tnlanitle  eoniplaanls  that  are 1 '^       '.       ' .     ���������       .  aho result    of    the     depredations    oflyon  bird   flans  a1s   wings.   .1 hough   no  worms  in the slonuich and  iaalepianes! friend,   no   anan   b<*   with   thee,   fear  foilnd ! uol-j,j���������-;   'Pity  C,od  is h 1 -re.  a 11 nek the     ..  ;j,.],.in.T-! aucl ill-teaiapea*cKl- .Your systern, is full  n \ of   hale   aiot   properly  passed   off, .and  -ais   :nv "a-iefs' what, you need Is a cleaning tip inside.  ' ' '  \��������� S3'      ' > Don't   coaitantte   being- a   bilious   nuisance  io j'ourselt" aud  those .-.who love,  yon, and don't resort to harsh, physics  that irritate    anil    injure.    Remember  that,  anost 'disorder's: of the'.' stomach,  liver a nrt bowels ~ are cured by ntorn-  ing with gentle, .thorough. Ct_acarets���������  they  work whale you'sleep. A 10-cerat.  box from your danaggast will keep your  [liver aaad bowels clean; stomach sweei.  i and your head clear Cor mouths. Clial-  ' diren* love  to take' Cascarets  because,  they   taste  good   and   never, grape or  sicken.  i Miller's Woraaa .Powders will be  l ....   ,.������.���������.,,:.-. ,(1y   TllG..  i an efl'eelive  ronn  ind burglars. A saaaall ' ciauso of those  iroubles, and. by expol-  1 laaig the; woa-nis from the organs insure an orderly \vorl*ir������g of the system, wiihoul which tbo.chilil caataaol  maaailain Us strength or thrive. These  powders moan- health aiml improve-  utent.  ���������DE11 ie i-  <"������a*ii vos'  A 25-stoaw bullrting in Provideau'-o,  K,L, .is lu be surmounted by an eaior-  avious laattern, the light of which will  be visible iaa   three stales.  '*  Complete  ah   itself,   Mother  Worm Kxterauinator does not rorjitire I Athlete_  use  Mtnarcl's  Liniment.  the assistance  of any  other irw.,a-i*-in<. .   _.. ���������             ,    ��������� ..,  to   make  if  effective*.  It tloos  mil.   fail 1    "  i 10 do Us work.  in  PAIR SILK  STOCKINGS FREE  FOR EVERY  CORRECT  ANSWER  "V/HEAWLLE  HOES   WF^^wE:  'I,, E g^j Gb SR..O'  ���������#���������>  SEND  YOUR  ENTRY TO-DAY  SPECIAL  AWARD  FOR  PROMPTNESS  FIRST PRIZE  1027 Chevrolet Coach  Value $910  2tvcl - - ���������,-. dash $850.00  3rd ������������������-' ��������� ���������-" tfc S60,00  4th - - -'.������'��������� $25.00  Bt1> - * - "��������� $10.00  frth, 7th, Si-h, -9rt������ $5.00 each  lOth, 11th. 12lh $5.00 each  L3IU, vMth -    -   ,55.00each  3'   ;      .Hi  -.���������>������.".  r  ! I ,' I  I I I ' *  II'   \<:  1 ���������   1 ,.  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Vol*  1 ll������l ."< I ll'f,   ilie   ho-oimI   ,|lllUl*Ul'.l  i';mi������i of li.ticro Im in IMS tniil  when  put. In Its pi;*������prr oi'H.t, i;������ li������l,si',.  _ If yoiu* holi.llioii in Mlivn;;; I ul in uiniiij^ ii'-i* iMiiiil.-, ill- m:i*\ 1 li'.n-n lor  Vu-'inpr eori'oel, wis vvill wrltn yon uml nlnw yen how alrsi prl������<' *'nn *1iifi).\'  In-  vvimi.    _Jn  ii'.'.-n   tin ft oniTl'ul,     i "i������iii|>I.s'  Willi  'tn-  I'lih-.-s,  , -.    .      . , ���������.,  ,        -������������������,���������    ,��������� WHY THIS  CONTEST   IS  RUN  Inl'VV      ��������� 'riV!ur:   ,>CnV.lV.Vr  r,v,n,H\li.a h   "'Tvi  i" In S T".l������  I" tt.aa tuHu-rUMuK <-���������MoM.     We   AV.-n.l    In   nnk-   .von    nii.l    sour  ,' '   ���������,* ..I'.-Ml.:: .   I1;1.'.    ��������� I?, ".?.' ilnon    '"     il    I   Lo   VlVJ-f   fvle,���������lH ..cmMlnt;,!   will.   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't'ld.t  Is  ������i������'t   m   Mnleii  eonli'.-Jt  Jur  il������o  .���������.���������1iy.<in.l   lir������  ���������fnr)fiiimi1nit   tin-   |,(nn',,H,   Mf,|,.n.     lOVl'JUVUf >.l i-v's * )IM'( HITI'-NITV   IS KWillAl..  '- ������ .- ���������! i**7. ,M'-f,Wi.7' .'iaajr-  iCnt.'M, wiiAKWl'XL HOSIERY CO., Dept. 77, 76 YORK ST., TORONTO, OaJ.  ',������ i������ - l'.|,v  11     fi!������i|>l [I'l    lit!   fiii'W a I'tU'il    ) ��������� ���������'��������� 11) 11 ��������� I tj, *        ' *  [���������'OI.I...W   THERE   SIMPLE     HULtS  i.    ;,,i ,v,i i'.-   in   ii.-ii   :iu������i    hiivliny   no   I'liiiiii'i'linn    wiih   I l������n  ,, ,.       .,|,     ,,|     ,],,,    in,���������,|.' Hi'iii.  'i'ln-ir   hiiincs   will  I"'   nnitlo  ' '     .    liiiium   In   nil   <:<int>',sliiut n.   ������'nil-  i   Mono mi'l  inlilri-i.-i ;m*l , K.^innis iihihI   uw<-c to ti>������l<l������: l������.V  |i:i|*< i-    In    n|i,i������ r , iln->i' ������l<'>'iMloin<,     1'rl/.nH    Will    Im  i <ir:������i r.      :;i    " '     '    '    " *    '  '       ..���������/.-.-..-  I'lM  lory  on try  Htll'IH1  i laoy  IMPORTANT  :"  i'V <>niii������������������Hinnl' whii hiitvi'ti llii'.Msfi-  Miwuni;!' oorrn-rlly niul ^otnlH lln'lr'  l>i'mu|)aly will rnoolvif <<n hnmndlain  lw> nwitril in Mddllloir Io nny in'is'.o  may  win.  -UUwa t YOl.Mt. I-JN^ritV,  FIRST PRIZE  Chevrolet Coach  Value $910  Nd  i i i I i ��������� r,  or  mil',  i'...i-i������:i ny,  11 ������������������  M-Ntt**-.  '^^^S^^^r^^^  m  S- Sj^S^������*iMpW������St=t^ TH-K    ltEvituW,    CHESTOX,    B.    C.  /&  _ j_Eis_ _-j.i__.s-.iti xvs-e uioai r routau ic  Make Bettet  -.-iA-Bi ���������  Ask your grocer for  Retired   British   General   Runs   Estate  on   Feudal   System  The man.'who has .brought feudalism  ha el* to a little bit ol" Kngland is Brig-  adier-Geaaeral Ga^o,'D.S*0., who* is uow  .retired front the. arms'". ���������'���������;-''  Por five years he-hits' boen rumiiitg  ���������lii_ oBtate of Farnboroug-h Hall, Faa-i.-  hoaociKh.  with   ih<?   outdoor  staff ��������� cot.-j  I sis(ins of men, workiaag on   the feudal  i tltl use  i      -  t _  .._���������  XMW t������Vl _   *_*1  Camels From Russia  tSM.  ^���������v."-?  22&&U.   mfflm8$sm^.^  t hat-sustains  Western Canada Exh.S?it_Q_is  i'l'ifona.  Thery  are  eight   "villeins"   at prosr  ���������Mil,   and befv.retm  alio Kardeais    and  Ih*a������a   they  maatagc  the    120    acres'" of  jygrassltiaad.   They   tire. raid   no ~?Syages,  I..hut 'at the beginhiafg of the five years  they were provided with the 120 acres.   Western ^Canada-exhibitions   held  Dates Are Set f o r Forth com i rtg Season  at Meetiftg Held in- Braiadon  tendorsa tioii..'qf ...the'': i'������- cpata pie ndat i on_  brought in by the executive and -he  definite,..^fix5"ri'^.,;>piV..';tli��������� ( dates ("or the  Wo^tcru ....Canada ���������'"' " exhibition s ��������� foolc  p] ace at tl ie' bjseaaing' s'e y skm s ~ o f the  convention   of ,:. the     Association  or  at  STANDAt-D OF COALM  ���������FQ13 rtUFR-RfliYEARS-**  the'   iieeess-iry    i'amtiaag    impleaiaenf s,  eottages, a, small yloair e^h^a^ioYi'-e;,..a.  eua*t, .-12:;cow_,...'*p1.gs:'\an.d/'^ouli^.yyz'r:.  . All' profit's are iheir ovm, "by^y."|?:-fs!  their duty to> steep the grounds :Ju pa*-  I dea-. and   every, ���������iyeaa-; "to  give ytie'taca-aV  | Gage,  free of ckarge,; eleven ^foiis: of  j.butter, milk,  ' hay. :',T"w...'i  Ho\vers  for  'Brandon; "y'-'���������"'";";: yy ���������"'���������  y-yTlae dates  for the Westerjt, Oau*.t(lrt  exhibitions -are:. yy\.  :-'':;Braiidpnl:yO^ ��������� Calvary,   fa-16;  Edmontoai, iTttij- -8-23;  Saskatoon. July  | D.ingcr of,Spreading  Foot a'h'd   Mouth  [        '-Discasa   Says   Minister V>f  I /Agriculture  I "is it I rue that camels are io bo imported, front northern Kussia for farm  woiic in he west',"' was a question  asked''of the minister of agraeultua'O,  lion, W. It. Motherwell. \vith regaayd  to a ������������������ despatch to lhi������ effect, froan Saa-  l-.atch-_>v.aii.'..'.:��������� .���������;,.������������������.,������������������.'  "Are the camels a-coivung," said Mr.  Motherwell, ''frolm Russia, did you say?  No, I.' think not. Much    as    we    sympathize -with the point of view of the  groaap of farmers who are making the  request for assist aaiceiav this tiiafte'r,  it tvoaald be ...deirinieiitsil to their interests  as  well as the interests  of the  whole   country   owing1, to   the   danger  ; of bringing in foot and mouth disease.  "We   . -vvoulckt't    import   four-footed  Cariadiaii Life  ��������� ���������'���������___���������. _-s* ���������v_>-_t'-������-*������** -a^ ^%-^Ss  j_uSwx*-i$ii������������������T  Canada Only Exceeded by U.S. In Psr  Capita   r>nsUranee  Carried  in it reer:vjt*li:r  -ovabliBla*1!*!   nrl������*-*le   c-n  life itisuraaaee in Canada, T. y. Maeatt-  ��������� lay; president of one- of t������e large; Cait-  adiah life iasuraiir'e. companies, 'states*'  that fit-  per  -r.^idta  life insurance   in  Cantitla, .^vljch   stood  at $144  in   1925.  txe^dod  -$5������>0  in   192rj.   'iCanadu,". he  *-���������>.:��������� 3. ���������"aiaaintains   her   position:  as   the  best lift  t,^^4������ -.-v^'      -    ^\ f^> i^. rv   -  '   v^ f^* .  1 i-^sB,.  ' -x-rt  25,-Sp;"Hegina,; i_ugust 1-6. .: j.live stock of -any kind fi*onv northern  > -:yG^G.y :;;:^ih_ble;-:; :;{<>f ��������� .Prince    Albert.! Has sua, cattle, horses or hogs for-that  wasyefeeSclIpresidon because    of    the   prevalence  -v*������- A  .         ,   .  supply Ith^.'^'itli   "-g".' faia*s;y��������� wf;''JVEobre,     of    -VorLcton, I there of foot and anoutta. disease.'"  use 'at" the   laatll,- ba''-' for . c?  of a  and  t hese he pao's . i hem at  t*-,e  >-^ir.e  hstifway beween   'the-   w'!.:_*.e?3aie  ��������� '���������   ��������� .  ���������  ��������� ..    i  'retail  pa*ices.  This fenda!   ���������'���������>;i)erimeni : is now an  established   success.   .One- ma  siar*,'.ti as a laborer has worked uo to  'the position of secretarjMnanageryand  ���������we^::*wotilf3'Cserid-r^r' ;Za'fe'-Buk,'V  writes Mrs. ji C. Letribra of 1102.  Sast Broadway, Glendale; Galaf.,  ���������,y.-S;A_< ^"In Ontario 20 years back  we used it and we took supplies on  with us into Michigan. Now we hav������  Zam-Bak sent on to California.  "Zam-Buk is proved a snre rented--  for skin troubles! I xecaii Jbow when, we  lived in Canada my daughter burnt her  face badly against tlie stove, Zam-Buk  -healed the sore in a few days;. On  another occasion my husband injured  his foot. -The"wound went 'the wrong  way": and blood-poison ma4������: the: flesh  purple. V/hen we got Zain-Buk pis to  the foot-it soothed, cleansed aa<3 healed  it in very shori; time. Prcmpily used,  Zam-Buk prevents burns going deeper,  and its antiseptic qaaltties are a sure  guard against infection.  "Zam-Buk has done good in so many  instances in our family that I don't know  how,we would get along ywitHbut it.''  first    vice -president.;     l������a\ j  Munu, of ��������� Caa-inaaa,   second  viee-payesi-j  dent, and H. ���������;Huxley, ol" Xdoydmitister.  Sask-, was a*e-elected secretary.  The '^"circuit representatives  tte-  "VVhO  1   -,i_���������������,|      ~~.L -  *��������� nslnwn      ���������   J-t������<������t,������ rvwx-ool-  menabei'ship. Fifteen, tewns are linked  Helping the Blind  Canadian    National    Institute   for   the  Blind   at  Winnipeg   Doing Good  bonglat  ay year,.  EJk  jen  have  bought   a* vaai   for   ti-ansBoa-fJaig  their produce.    ..They';������������������ have'   -foUiMecl  t.tioir own grocery stoa*es, and supply  the   neighborhood   with  milk,  poultTy,  and flowers- "  - -;-;:���������.-y,.-"'  "Xf has not been so easy'as it looks  i n  theory/' XJeneral G age said. -yrhere  iaasuriaJK .couai'.ry iu the whole! were  woa*hl, with - the exception of Lhe"|:j0������.iOij������:i������g and so oh but these appear  I"nitod SLutes, where the per eaiiita j to have died; out, and the Restate Is  insuriiaiee is about. $r>r>0,   , | rianiting smoothlj- and suceessfully.  ���������Tl-is increase in Caiuula lasl yoar,"| "The wages of Ike urea, depend,:'eit-  ttotttiriues Mr. '. Maeaulay, "is^due to | tirely on their own efforts/They'have  a variety oi"-causes. A suoeessibu ofjno unioas to botherylhem, aiid they  fairly good wheal- crops and good jean, work as-long anO. as hard as ftaey  pi'i'ces in Westerai Caiiada .have uh-j'-nke. knowLng that they, wilt reapyflie  uoubiedly hat^l a.   favorable    iuflueaice S benefit theinsel-v-os.  upon general bm?iiaess. The eatoraaioaas j ' vi -wish that move people would car-  ijuielteaiiaag of tnihihg" activity, the ' ry put.ythe idea. There are dozens of  'ptuMaonaetaal dovelopanenl of the pulp ��������� cbliritry. estates that .are vfailing.;-into  ami paper trade, in v.'hich Canada is j neglect owing to the owners' ij-talii.llity  howflao-first'nation of the world., and j t0 pay the labor that would ybe re^  the ciiterpiLso  shown    in    haruessing ': ojiired to make the^anost^ orthe-ax. If:all  ,v %*��������� -.������ .       ^  A jsrood w<2ik is being carried on by  tap iaithe circuit and the opinLoaa was the .Canadian National Institute for  expressediy tlisit .art3r furtiier additions the Bliaad at 52 Gertie Street, Winnl-  wduM liiake tUe circaait uaivvrieldy. A peg. j_naployment is L'aaraxished niatay  a*eqfiest. for nxemberslalp iVom Asyini-jwho are strickeneds with blindness in  boia, Sask., was turned down. ! the makittg of 'useful articles that find  lifii'  the -water-powers and con vert, ing, ther*\   jhose   people   .would  coarstitrt Le y tlient-  '���������io large  iaadustria 1  purposes,' haA'e all  been factors   in Increasing  individual  prosiieruy with its iuovitable reaction f service irien���������t. have aiotie but ex-ser-  '���������'Th'eyyexecutive of the Glass Ii cirewit  wiil-;\ta3v.e. acLioii to seeiu'e some per-  ananeait aa-raugetnent with the" federal  government regarding the annual  grant-of ������1,5.60' made to each of lite  fairs. The executive will naeet Tfora.  W. R.y Motherwell," federal Minister of  Agriculture, at;Saskatoon at an early  ���������date.;.   -  HILDREH like them  Baby's   Own  Tablets  Are  Effective a nd" Easjr to Give  You do atot iiave to coax i\val tha-eat-  a'eady sale. The blind-ioade goods at*e  known as "Toaacheratt Prodtiets," and  arii reliable as to (jiaality of materials  and woi'lcmanship. JSy buying from the \  Canadian National Institute    for'    the;  Bliaad,   you   will  'help,, the  afflicted   in  all  blind-J '������as  their fight against  the greatest ot  handicai-ps,' despair   because   oi    utmu-,j  ness. Touchcral'L letter baskets, picnic | among its  baskets, work baskets, jardinieres and . I>i<������vinoe  or stale  in the- World, -\itla  numerous   other   articles   are   sold   al  Whenever akin ������a cu!. burnt, sore, inflamed ������if  'broken-out',in *ny way, Zaitt-BuV ie atw������y* ih*  ���������afestand most soethin^ heater- Purely herbal  %S0 bos 3 for *pl-_5 alt dealers.  Jewish  Farmers irt  V^est  Eight" our   ol"   the   fourteen   Jewish  farua   colon ies   estab!ished  in   Canada.  are locttted in    Saskatchewan,    which  bigger   proportion .of*   farmers  Jewish po ptiiation than amy  moderate prices.  Must Be Standard Height  nearly   1,500   petmanently   settled   on  taians   out   of  a   total   Jewish  popula-  * tion of r>.100.    In 11)2")  i hey marketed  ! approximately     500,000      bushels     of  when <.  <?n to gel the little ones t;o take Baby's | Men  Forming  Grenadier Guards  Must  Feet  i  attempting to '  greatest   plays-; j  sixteen  out of i  l  upon every  branch of business."  Record Building Activity  T'uildlng permits issued in Canada, i  in 1 .('censber. li)'2(i. a<*coa*ding to the"  records froan OS auuntcipalilies iioau-1  j.dled by. the Canadiaaa G-ovtu'iinieai |  i:uro;iu of t4lattstics. rota lied ? LI ,-1-72,- :  .1:;l'. iho lughesf. on recoa-d for the  ii'imtlt. The s I at is i-.'r-x; for | he year  \:?2V>, so far euntp'lod, show |hat in  I!i2ti more money was spetii, iaa Caaiada  up. huilding iitul c.nnsiraaciiou work  thiin iat any year since 1920.  Own yTalrdets.^The   ease  with   which! Be   Six  they. aa:e    giverL.    as    compaveil    with I     The   lh/itish xtrmy   is  liquid, medicines, will appeal to every jbuiia   up   {he   world's  mother.     None  is -spilled  or wasted; i .-   ,,      ,..      ,,���������        ,.   v  .. .,   ir���������^���������,   ^.-<-<    i,���������,.-   ������v:���������"���������������������������   ,1^.^.   i,���������-, : tcally   h.  army.     Ontj  you   lenow   jtast   fiovv   big   a   dose   has : * - -  i        -a-.i.-ii .f'w/ini .i ;,.{������ *** -;votll^jreaehed the little/stoiTiacl).. As a rein-! every 100 recruits  are   accepted   The  selves utile feudal chiefs and gay^ childhood  arising,| standard   height    for    the    Grenadier  care of their estates to competent ex-   frbm derangement of the stomach and I Guards has atow been raised to 6 feet,  b������MS. USsr ^-,Sa^S,ic. |������^ ���������-o- other regaanentsar^ut  Conn., says:��������� "I used Baby's Own j to obtain taller soldic-vs. The physicfue  Tablets in the ...'Canadian Noa*thwest j of the arany at. the preseaat- riaue is  aatd found, theasa a wonderfttl mediciaio. '  EARACHE.  vice men���������they would  be  doing good  ; work besides helping thenaselves*.".  Don't let the cliildreal suffer*  IVlinarcJ'p with: swyeefr ;Oil y will  ; qiiickiy relieve ;the4pain:  ���������������������������-' ��������� ----gl-  Ml  Live At Great Heights  Tor  childreafs  irouble.-',   especially   in-'  digestioai    aaid-   constipation.    T    have!  .   '.      . j  _,__    _-���������_���������������_.'       'also  given  iheau   to   aaty   childi-eaa   for!  Many An.mals and  B.rds Ex.st Above j Rlm.>lo .fRVer and the r"rS5tlossnoSs  aiJ  Himalayan Snow Live | companying teething aaad thoy always j  In the struggle' for existence many | gave relief,  I can  foc^nnmend Ihxby's  creatures   are   driven   to   live   at. ina- ( Own'Tablets ao all mothers." >  anense heights. The  climbers of liver-j  claimed to be SO pen- cent  reached before th-o war.  above that  Baby's 'Own Tablets  COLDS COST MONEY  FORTIFY  YOURSELF  AGAINST  THEM  lire    sold    by  | medicine dealers or by    anail    at   '2D"  est.  saw a herd of wild sheep sitting | ceiira   .,.  J>ox   it out The Dr.  Williams'  on a glacier surrounded by  pinnacles \ Medicine  Co.. 1-roekvalle, Ont.  ��������� of ice.    They  found bees, aaiolhs aaad; v-  j baattea-aies at 2.1.000 iVet, and the last | More   Big  Things  Corning  'traces  of poraaaaneiu aaiamal existence |     Finality in  produci-ng new varielies  ! far above the Himalayan    snow    line'"   cow-alt--   and   farm   crops   will   aaot  and 4,000 tVet above I he lasl. vegetable | ������oon be a-eaehed. The expansion oi  (growth. These were small- spide.s. j agricult.ure ami ihe receding fronlier  (They lava- in islands of broken rock {'demand, new characlorisaics and .bland  ice.     There j creased  hardiness    in    varielies    llsal  will  continually  si rive  She lias The Greatest  Faith In Them  S-ays Mrs. Elliott of Dodd's Kidney  Pills  i surrounded by   snow ami  ice  ���������were no signs of vegetation or living; P^n*- breoilei  hav  Alberta L������*tdy Strongly Recommends  the Use of Dcdd's Kidney Pills to  all Sufferea's.  South Kdaaaoaalon, Alia., (S-spoelal).���������  "I have used yottr IJodrl/.s Kidney Pills  for at few years and for kidney and.  backache Irouhle they have worked  wonders. I  have great  faith In  th'oui.  For Sore  -.ubthroat _nd clvest  with Ylck������; cover witt������  warm fi-an.]. It*  deu*bl������ direct _otloi\  (Jnh������I-d������"__baorb--)  bringe welcome r������li#*f,  -   vVavoRiiu  j atl.o one    nuolhcr.        Wingless    gvatsa- , i'ga'iculniro . aaavr  'hoppers were found liv'mg iat  a height j Vnraners  Advocate.  lot   IS.OOtl   font.  only  .jii:-< I   begat ia.   ���������  r,o.,tiiT^ nenr them ami for food, rhevi ������"   luodaace.N Dig   things   In   Caaaadhtu ; '  nave great in-siis*. ahottl. Iheaaa  from  caoataiaes neat tuean, ami toi  j.oou* iti-t.ji - I a aiaainbor of people in our ilistrict."  i     This si a femeiit    coitio.s    froaaa    Mrs.  < K'li'oU, who rOHhles at f������:i2-t 70lh Ave.  , Tlin i*ti I lei' thai. Mrs.  I.lliotf found has  '1'ivo  of  I he   most -'beautiful  stained I ������onao to  liioaasaaads of other Caiaaadian  ! glass 'windows  in  1I10  fHtnou.s   "J-lt.ale I')^",<-n    tl'������������"'8|������'   ������'"'    "������'���������   of   J>0(W'������  A-1 OFT'l-It TO INVBNTOUS, SIOND  for cor froc list oi hivouttuns wnniiru,  and fteo atlvlco. Tin* IbiniMoy C^oin-  pan'y, .Int'crnntionul Patent Attorneys, _73  Itjvnk St., Ottawa. ,  AGENTS WANTED  Another World Flight. Planned  i  Church aroaanil   the Corner" are cUadl-  STAllT  md\:  Kidney  Palls  Tlaoa-e   are  only  a   few   peoph  ! Long-  Journey   to   be   Undertaken   by ! ���������tctl '" ���������Tf>HC" *������K*���������<��������� "'"��������� KtcharU j a.ppreeiate    lli������   itrwit   importance   of j East. Toronto  : ,__.._      ,. ,t  ._    . j Mansllehi. , lsoojnng the  Uli.laa������;y.s in good oa-der at I-    Tho ktdrteys  ami  lite   pan!-!  a.lot i uuander   Prancosco   I to   I'inedo,:" " . ���������     -    --        ���������-��������� ���������  A   UUSINEKS   FOR   VOUIt-  No expoi'huico aaocesrtivry���������  IHO   per   cent,   proail. ai.d   bonus.     For  stample  aaad   atgeatt's   pa*oposatlon   seaitl  who   2.r.c to i'hllip llusstMl,  I (if. King Street  Tl is ost'lmnl.ed tlmt at mi.f_oa*er  from coldfl losos'throo days1 timo  front work In a year.  Ai work, In 1ho H"*niovlo," oi" nt  tinj' otvtorlalhtuoaat, 1H your laolglt-  bba' ban aa cold urail snoozcK or  chunlaa. the'nil* Ja full of gea*mH and  if you avo not in good condition,  you may hocoane ill. Tho only  in'otoctlon you oaitt havo ia to build.  rcHln1nnco ngnlust dlHeimo forcos.  Talto that rspleaidld hoi'brtl tonic,  DR. PIERCE'S  GOLDEN MEDICAL  DISCOVERY  Tl, lneroitHOH tlao appetUb, Htlnxu-  '���������utflit ILh1! dtgeslloii, help}' Co on-  rlnli ������ho blood an ml to Improve tilts  health goMcvnIl>*.  rr<i<;:iro li: from yoiir dnagglHi,  Iia   elliior   IIiimUI    or   tnblol-,   form:  AVr!l._ IV. TUia-oo'B ri_v������ltdK' Hotel  In I'laaiT'ilo, A', V., ]p. you doalro tl'QQ  vnedlcal julvlon.  m*mm\n~m0mWmimM0*  W.     X,  I  I <;ini  ; who aaddod   Io his fume*as nrt jivhtlorj  jam!, hroughl;   honor   to   llaly   hy    Ids'  iIHglit 1'roin'lton.ie to I'oklo and buck in j  -j ID-d, is phiimlng atiotlaer lliglal, acrOHS ;  | alio  live eoaathieaalH  of the world. 'Clan'  j veaal.iii'o  will rarry hint   lirsl   Io  Uabal,  i Miit'oirti.  and   then across alio  Albania lo    to    Soulh    Ainerlcu,    around    Iho  Ainorlciiti  tmiailuoiit    to    Ocennha   mid  , Asia, anil   back  to  Wuropo  by   way of  ,'llH*   Red  Hoa.   lie  oMum'I.s  Io  alarl. on j  I his   Jounioy   soarte   ilino   in   f'Vbi'tiiai'y, j  I depending on    alio    success'    of    a rial i  j IliglalH,   .    . !  The  M-nn Up Above  I     Coining:   "I   laaardly   gol   a   wink   ol j  ''sleep last ulght, S-Soaric guy was Imv-  jiJi;; i.foulilo wiah his pJ-ine; and lie had/  ist<i|)|M-il almost, dlroelly above our  house. Tie wain tap thore ixnuadlng and  rhuanpltm and ilnkerlnar; an on*' aiuin  half I he night bef<ire he got tin- I laliap:  taxed    and   weati     oaa."'    Detroit    t"roo  Pl'OHH,  The tir;U iiaildlc aalhraiy was Uuinded  in  AiheiiH   llri'iTi*, in r.*_T  II,C.  I  Travelers Should  Carry Cuticura  iMily Huso of the Soap and Ointment removes the dtaai nnd *������rinie  of travel, allays irritutlon, icdncBS  and roiiRhness of the face and  handa and keeps tlae ������Uln soft and  clear under all conditions of ������_:-  poBure. Cutlcarro Tulcnin in fra-  igranl, coollp(5 and refretshlng-, wn  ideal toilet powder.  MumpU Hurt*. Vr* hy WMI,    A_.Icm( 'f!_n*���������l*iv  l������-p������0  "-tum-MM, f.t*.. il.Htri>_|."   I'riV*. ���������������������������,  V*������    fVlnfcn-Ht \'lt km! Hi)i.,   *l'������ti-|1-.'( "t'",  nil   tlnnis  | flora of your blood.    II" the kidneys bo.-  fuinao clogftod Willi impnrifles they  i cannot, perform ih<dr I'unctloais prop-  jorly. Tliu blood. Insietul, of belriK paari-  | lluil, l,s poisoned, aaad in liarn poisons  j Iho whole, systoan, with the a-omalr. Hani:  a crfnadilion naaa'y <h:n-olop very siu'lous.  Tloi'tr Ih a litwlluit an-ver vuries:  No  one Is blffBor llanta    ihosc    he ��������� hales.  U'hoia   yon   onlA'i'ow  hnliUK llarfiai.  I.lioiu   you   stop i  |      Help    for   Asthirta.      Nof-Joel.    sives;  asthana tt K.eiit. iuhajalittce, Tho l.roil-!  I bl������*. once II: bus sectired :i foothold, I  : fai-Mt-iu*! Its jjft'lp on l.ho hrtmehial pas- ?  i s:������ye lemtr:inaasl>'. far, ,). |i. rvello^ir's  ; A-stlnma llonaedy Is iljiily heneftiin^;  ! eiiKos of asthin.'t ol" loaia? si,andli*iK. *  I V<iars  of    :uaffoj'iiaiT,    however,   anlKlu I  liiive  beeti provenied  imd tlae avnaody j  1 heen  \\r:c.d wh"n Mae irf.abh- w-.r., U\ l'..-. '  Ill-si.   Hl-tipros,   Uo   ivfHt   rn^let'l,  itHliinui,'  i linr u-e  Ibis pi'eiwii'iltion ;i|, o,a<,e-  Siaaikos  I ra vol  qul������;lcly on   hi ml  and  oan Mvtna even more    t'oadily    in    nai.v  deptljOr I'a'osh unler by a  roniiirUable  nihiplulion of rho hoiu-s of Uu* spinal  imliimia.  Cwtlcwr-, *_la_vlmv StCcU 2/_<c.  __M  Hollcvt  ir,ont.  Authnia   with   Mba'trd'**   Llnh  ;/; ,'ryoU.'X':y,,  VWTtfVZf*9&  OIAlLUUccv  M  BROKEN   DOWN  SYSTEM.  'J'lil- if, a coniliilon (or dlxi-au i io wlilcb doctor-  five many nAaneu, but which tew ofi)ier������*fe_lI-  unilentaud. ItlKlimplywealo.e.c-abw-a-down.  tn it wi������re, ol lh������ vnal foii>*-B tint 3iiM3lnthfl������j'������-  a������ni. Noni������tt������Twha������ma> b*tlucauB*a(ilicy������������_  ���������Iniosi numb������rle.������), its lyinixomii ������r������ tmich tbs  ������������������me; ah������ more rfironilnfttii boituB ���������le<,p!r.sr-.n������_*.  ���������eiiii. of |>ro������irHloil or wrnrliir.bi. Ofprr.sioii of  ������plil(������ and vrtnt of ������nrr���������y Jur u',1 th������- ordlnarjr  ultuirtofhfe., No%v,wl������u������_lon(������l__b������oli)ti-l)BB������������-ii.,  <ial in all ���������l!c!ic*-l������**ils imty a������*tl vitilily��������� vtpctir*.'  till-1 KirenKili and i-neigy to tlnov* ell ih*-������_  nmrliida-������ellm������,_ntl ������% nljrlit ������iiccrcUs tti������ d_������  rblfi may b* more cei luinly *r���������nrcil l������v ��������� com ������n ol  TNEN1W FRENCH RKMRDV.  TST* m\mM Wm   ^"'^ m\.  ���������t"���������I B mi^mm BB_B    \%%M ft     ^_ll  ��������� iPiBiiiT_*%ir,i'_*v#f^i irao.o  1 harti nj ^ii> olun kii>vt,vn������:uiiiiUi|.rfll^n. -.ujVuu-j-  m* it is tnUaii in ucr.avH������i\r.r will* lite rir^niionr. an-  _������>ni|ii_iivan_<i.wllli,ii������i.:haitrr<>it|!i<ii;il.|>������ rntnrftl  THE eXPIRIMQ LAMP OF LIFE  '        LIGHTED   OP   AFRESH,  ���������ndain*w^_lilPnc~t-ipuri^d(ii|>l_c<!o{w)<,ii<bkA  _(������Ul_l^ ������fMined wnrii-unl.iu^d n|>.^ii<l v*li;rlr������*.  'J-bliwnrUlrrdillii.i-ilir-MniriirU i.iiiti.lilrK.r.lU.r.  *0_������II(iiiIumh _iul i.iiul.lit im, U> rilJirr i *x; ������ml it  I* ililtiuntt (m inir.Kli,r> * rii.l*us������ in ilri an|;Miicot  wkii������������f nmlii Ujlnr* ii wrakrnf**, llmt -will r������a  li������-lonelily K'ul >"-iiivjn������iiily ������oi>rc<' ������������������ t'j linn  r_r.iiprr_tliv..*<i������iii-i",wlilf IOi>il������i|irtil;',ra������Hi ������o  ������a������livlcui tAfi vili! ne lb-l ImiI j.i���������������(._<:<.iJ tl l.������t tint  WHKtuiuriKiMiiM.ifiiiini urn i.l linii,-ii_i'ii ������-n|������.  S*Ut.rrr_,H,'i!M,^i,..il������,.ii rlilifi " .i if.t<i, i, .i-jil',., ������������������  i������.t.EC_*������xcw������a.C-.U-v*.nu.ux_, n,v; ������.a.-o.jai  y ?5TH__i ;���������JtB81?���������r_I   MMITIIIW  sn  Issued every Friday at Greston, B.C  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance  33.G0 to U.S. points.  4"S    TH    -*1I ..M������n    "u7)J3Z4.'*^mm *������������-������.**l  OnrviAi.  CRESTON.   B.C.. FRIDAY, FEB. 11  1  ���������  WHAT OTHER PAPERS SAY  Picayune Politics  Col. Fred Lister, member of the  legislature for Creston riding, gets  considerable publicity from the  Nelson Daily News, and any time  that the genial colonel has atay-  thi-sg to say it is duly spread over  the columns of the West Arm  paper, with elaborate headings and  all the trimmings.     It matters not  m���������mmjgjr-m S.      ���������_._���������_��������� ���������_>       -������, _ -__.^__ ��������� _^>  6S Vim&F      *"ft_"P*_f-   9mmr ^J���������"������������������  that the sayings attributed to Mr.  Luster are trivial trash, the Nelson  paper does delight in picayune  politics. The endeavor is evidently  ���������to make Col. Xsister ������ big and pop-  uiar -_-&Ti, one that w*ul be al>������e to  carry the Conservative standard to  victory at the next election.  Just an instance or two: Lias, fall  after months   of heavy   rain a,   the  genial Fred is quoted in the Nelson  News as   saying   that   the   roads  were in deplorable condition, and a  disgrace to  the district.    The  ih-  ference was that   the   government  was to   blame. . Any   person   with  any sense or  reason   at   all  would  have known that most roads,   with  the exception of those of  a   pavement type, would be in  very   bad  shape after a month oi heavy raiai-  fall   But,    of    course,     iaasteari    of  attaching the blame   for   the   poor  roads   on   the   weather   man,   The  Nelson     Daily    News      aaad    Col.  Ltister   would   like   th������    people  of  the district to   be   persuaded   that  the Oliver government is   res pons  ibie for   the   rahav    weather   that  party heelers ran rampant. If wo  equally good men, one a Conservative, and one a Liberal, are open  for a position that is to be filled by  the Liberal govera-tient, Col. Lister  Suouiuiibt r-aise any 'objection if the  position was given to the Liberal.  We had an idea that the genial  Colonel was a better sport than  that.  Why not  take  tap the valuable  time of the house,   Fred,   in   some*  thing of a real constructive nature  instead of your usm 1 picayune  critioisms?���������Kaslo Kootenaian.  at    home.  Sherwood.  Wantei>���������D rpssmn k a n g  oha..ises assaderstte.    Mrs.- J.  (Preston. -  . Fob K_-_rr���������~At. Erickson, three room  baarsgalow, water ora place, ffi? month.  Apply Holder, Brickson,  Grain Fob Sale���������Wheat, $2.25 per  100 lbs. Oats, $2.10. These arc In  balk, brim? sack-. John Garfield,  Laaaaotat building, Creston.  I5VERHMEIIT liquet! m  Notice of  'ieation for Beer  License  Nefciea is hersby gives, that on or attss the  IStit day of February j-test the u_.dersi������-*ned  Intends to apply to the Liquor Control Board  for a license in respect of pramlsfis being* part  of the building known as the the Bussel Hotel,  situated at Kitchener, B.C., upon the lands  described as Lot Ten in Block Sight, Townsite  of __ltchensrj_Group One. Kootenay District,  Nelson Land Regtati-atioc. District, In the Province of BrltiBh Columbia, for tho sal������ of beer by  the a-lass or by the.open bottls'for consumption  ���������aa the p*e*a__.t__s.  Dated this 18th day of January. 1027.  -    :    ?JOB LANGLQIS. Applicant.  JN ew  Qf  v������,_v  Harness  oi  **������.       *_ "    _-__-. mS     C* ~ -_8 -       ? -  [connection  _->j_(_ae ana rsarness Jtzepazrtng  c__***_r\,������_-__rt   -#* r____  *���������*<-_._������ _r_ici  ���������_fA>������_\.\>     v*Ji*4_t    ��������� V*j-'*o_������_������*  DAZZLING  DELIGHTFUL  WEEK OF FUN  EB_ 5 to  Ski-ing_  Ski-joring  Sleighing  Snowshoeing  Tobogganidg  Packing  Skating  Hockey  Curling  Doncing  SWIMMING  in the Warm Sulphur Pool  Fun for Young and Oid  EXCURSION  Tickets on Saale  Feb. 4th to 12th  from nil points in Alberta and  British  Oolaaanbaa ��������� Ftevelstoke-  Kootenay Landing and East.  Return Limit Feb. 14,1927  For  full   information   ask   the  Ticket Agent, or write  G. D, BROPHY,  District Past-en prea- Agent  Calgary, Alta.  CANADIAN  Avid then look at the frotst page  of the Daily News on Friday last!  Two triple deck black headings���������  right on  the froa^t pag-N  ma aid  yota  patch that he lakes his beer, but.  that the beer aiaade ias British Columbia is aaot worth dria.kiug���������not  enough kick iia it, we presume.  Expert analysis, however, states  that the beer is good beer.  Just   another example  of picayune politics.  ���������G-lance over a couple of columns-^  still   on the  front page���������and   yon  will fiaad out that the genial Colonel objects to the way the road work  is done,   and by   whom it is done.  He had no kick coming   as   to   the  amount that   the  government had  allotted for road work in the riding,  but   he   evidently   felt   that   thisl  money   should   be   given into    the  hands   of   hia   good    Conservative  friends for the spending  and   that  no one but Conservatives should b;  employed by the   Liberal   government.    He objects   strongly to the  employment   of   political   "heelers"  as   he terms them, and   says that  the money they   spend   is largely  wasted.    As a  matter  of  fact,   as  most everyone knows, political patronage is pretty much  a thing  of  the   past, as far as road   work   is  concerned,   in the   interior ridings  close to Kaslo, at any rate.    Look  up almost any road, gang and you  will   find   that   i'.s   members   are  equally divided as between Liberals  and Conservatives���������a great difference as compared with   conditions  prior to the election of, the  Liberal  Government in 1916, when   if  you  were not a member of the  Conservative association   it was  next   to  impossible to get a job . on government road work.  Col. Lister knows that it is impossible for any government to keep  track of every little road gang in  the province and see that a dollar's  worth of work is given in return  for a dollar bill. But he also  knows, or at least should know,  that things are much better the  last few years in this connection  than they were prior to 1916, when  JOXJ.Sl__J.wSS __^_-C*C01J.0LS  *t  We have watched many small bus-  iness accounts opened in this Bank  grow. We could cite instances when  the small business has grown to be  the leading* industry in the community in which it is established. The  service o������ the officers of this Bank  may assist your business to become  a leading industry.  37  IVI PEaKlAJ-,   B_*s*_r*-liC  C. W. ALLAN,  wpiW'    ***W* J��������� T"4>* nSm-. ��������� *a ~W������  CItBSTON BRANCH*  I��������� I MB  -___--&>_���������  mmamUmm  ���������Manajjoi'.  SETTLERS FOR WEST ARRIVE BY C.N.R. SPECIAL  ^^s^liiliiliiliililiillllBi     W0W^*������������������!������*>������i}C'  THE first week of March saw  the arrival of tbe advance  guard of the heavy movement  oi immigrants to Canada anticipated for this spring, -when six  hundred Britishers anai Europeans  arrived at Winnipeg en route to  their destinations in British Columbia and the prairie provinces.  This number, amving.in the evening by special and regular Canad  ian National trains, -were immediately re-ticketed and the majority  left the same night for their new  homes,  A party of fifteen English boys  ranging from 13 to 17 years of age,  is shown grouped around the -engine that brought the immigration  special into the Canadian National  depot. Good homes on farms for  each of these sturdy young lads  had already been arranged by Capt.  T. Smith, of the Church Army Distributing Home, Winnipeg, who is  shown near the centre of the  grouto-i  Below, at the left, is a typical  group of rugged Central Europeans,  several hundred of whom were included in this contingent of settlers. At the right, three little new  Canadians were delighted to have  their pictures taken on top of the  family baggage.���������C.N.R. Photos.  Colder ^Vcather  We have prepared for coming colder weather.    See our  All Wool Clothin  CONSISTING OF   c=  Stag Shirts, Sweaters, Mackinaw Coats. -Heavy Sox  Stanfrieid's Red Label All Wool Shirts  and .Drawers, also Combinations  Also a splendid line^of  Shirts in All Wool, Ski Boy and Wind Breakers  xlgents for  Penman's Hosiery and Jaeger ail wooi lines  ���������HMBN  _-i5i_S--i������'  B___-__-BG__9SS*fe(  ____!-H--________N  ���������3WB_*-_M-IBfc  1  PriaPiT  E3    *������> E3.    -3      El  nm TF.r>  M-ailf-pIf  B8EB_a mmmVmmfmSSmS.  Sa-aBBBTHMB H  "-N.  nn __f .2*    _^_j������'_5_xFri_V_*i-    iswanm-nr  j_._._._Ly.  .���������^juijuictj-VA**     Jl_������_ ������jr_u_j .������  This advertisement is "not published or displayed by the Liquor  **    Control Board or by.the Government of British Cclcuabia.  MINERAL, _4������7  FORM f  Certificate of Improvements  &������s2? M&sy ssstd S*ink DissnoTtd ASincTzzl  Claims, situ&te in the NeB&on Mining  Striaision &f SC&oien&y District*  Where located:   About three -miles from Yrmir-  BKJ. <.  TAKE NOTICE that 1, A. H. Green, acting  as agent for Lewis Davies, Free Miner's Certifl.-  cate No. 85624C, intend, sixty days from the  dat_ hereof, to apply to the -d-raiss Recorder  tor a Certiflcate of ImploTements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant to the above  claims.  And further take notice that action under  Section 85, axaust be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 4th. day of Janvary, 1927,  A it GREEN.  . SYN0PSIS8F _  LWAdAMENUKS  PRE-EMPTIONS  V&ca-nv unreserved, surveyed  Crown lands may be pre-empted by  Brltlah subjects over. 18 years of age,  and by aliens o__ declaring- intention  to become British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation,  and improvement for agricultural  purpose*.  ���������.  Pull ixafearmation concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions Is  given ia Bulletin No. 1, Land Series,  "How to Pre-empt I-and," copies of  which can be obtained free of charge  by addressing the Department of  Lands, Victoria, B.C., or to any Government Agent.  Records will be granted covering,  only land suitable for agricultural  purposes, and which la not timber-  Basad, ������._*, c__rry__sg over 5,000 boar-  feet per aero west of the Coast Range  and 3,000 feet per acre east of that  Range.  Applications for pre-emptions are  to be addressed to the I_and Commissioner of the Land Recording Division, in which, tho land applied for  is situated, and are made on nrlnted  forma, copies of which, cari he obtained from the Land Conxmlaaionor.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and lmprovomonts made  to value of $10 per aorev including  clearing and cultivating at least Ave  acres, before a Crown Grant can be  received.  For mora detailed Information see  tho Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  Land."  ���������������       PURCHASE O  Applications are reoelved for pur  ohaflo of vacant and unreserved  Crown lands, not being tlmberlund,  for agricultural purposes; minimum  prlc. of -ir-st-blasa (arable) land Is ?&  per acre, and -second-cl&sr. (grazing)  land $2.50 per acre. Further information regarding puroharaa or loaB������  of Crown lands 1b gtvon In Bulletin  No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase and  Loomo of Crown Lands."  Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on,  timber land, not excoedlhg 40 acroa,  may be purchased or loan-od, tho conditions       including       payment      ol.  Ntumpttff-.  HOMESITE   LEASES  Unourveyod areata, not exocedlng _0  aoren, may bo leaaod as homesltos,  conditional upon a dwelling bolna;  oroctod in tho first .year, tltTo belna  obtainable after residence and Improvement condition* aro fulfilled  and land has been aurvoyod.  LEA8ES  J.'or grazing  ana   inautttriai    pur.  Pouoh areas not exooodlng 040 acr_*  may h*������ Joaaou   by ono* .neraoai  or  -  com_*������a*ny,  GRAZING  Undtr the a_*a_lng Act the Prov.  8nc." If a������vldeal Into erasing dlntrJctj  and tho rangtj' adm.u!a._r_d under *j  oraeing ������Commissioner. Annual  graslng permits .are iu.iuctl buuod oaa  numbAiin ranged, priority being given  to citabllHhed owners. Stoclr>o*wnorr  mtiy form n_a������_-otatlons for ranjj_  iuaij_.h,������;������������M.unii, ajr������m. or partially frco,  purmlts art. available for settlor*,  mmptrtt artd traveSter*. <up to ten  head.  PART V. j  EHiifiiTiiiii  iii  o p-    j  uubf-tiivra m 0_u_  By W. KELLY, B.A., Principal of  Creston High, School  on land alone and in others on all  taxable property,, including improvements. In some unorganized distracts  we find millions of dollars -worth of  private property contributing a N mere  trifle-towards the support fo schoo.s  and other millions worth not paying  anything to the treasury for this purpose, In all there are about $90,000,000  worth of private property in>��������� this last  class. A. government levy on this  property at 4 per cent, would provide  over $8,000,000. If education is to be  undertaken by the state then why  should this. large part of the state  escape taxation for that purpose. The  proposed support from this source is  to go for governanent support of  schools through the equalization fund.  The Income Tax  It has been said here that education  is recognized as a social rather than  individual enterprise and also that at  present most of the support for education is drawn frorm t~.x on real property     or .land.-    Hospitals    insurance,  public' health,'1   parks,   water   saipply  and nurneroass other undertakings are  being    socialized   and  as   before,  the  [ burden of support as thrown on lancf.  To distribute this burden more evenly;  and in hope that some small part may  be diverted to education,  the  survey  stiongly urges "a tax of hot less than  1 per cent, on incomes not now  taxed  of   every   male   and   female   over 18  <���������rrr3_1.-i.c-    P* ������*-     .n    -"-r- _-������-._..n~.<_. !__--_    _.-* ____������*__���������       _."S-,.,fi.  j ___������.*._>_ j_w   a-u   .B.__._<w<.ViU^    _;**_?      've*j*fq     a_r-.sois,  less than three weeks ago a hall was  proposed in.the provincial legislature  for this very fca.*j_.  Educational finance thens has two  aspects: '{!) -a fnirer distribution of  government aid, and 2. _Me\v sources  of income.  t_r___rg_gai  1  rfes*ri<eT������ate   s*n  _^_-i-(���������inat-r  " *��������� -aafcflftj-- m******������j^  Coupe  e������ j   SmmmmT  ^tmlf ^���������������*&*&P&___ _5-  ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� 10u5  - ��������� ��������� ���������  1025  ���������a *_i:  ���������***t"  Landau Sedan��������� ���������'��������� ���������  One-Ton Truck ��������� ~ ��������� ���������  -."���������'��������� . ��������� *���������-  i^_^_l_r_*^_"_s*_f lj*_ai'������'_yi*e-'**,_y ���������    ��������� ���������  Ay^Vyft*.***-** **.**������.._.       ___*"������_>&������ ���������XT.^kmrtm J  leeludes Bumper, Spare Tire, Motorsneter.  PR ESVSI E R   & A RAG E  ^   B     ��������������� ������������������ -  rAi.!t*;_.r:    ������i     iv-inAi.vs.__,  service: on anything operated by gasoline  rasa  BK-j-  The survey commissioners admit  that oneof the roost serious problems  Confrrontj-S���������' tli*??n -sti th*?ir sfcaidv of  B.C. problems was that of education-  al finance. They met the problem at  every turn in their survey for everyone Who appeared before them had a  coaxamon grievance and some had suggestions as to relief. The commission  finally arrives at the conclusion that  two radical reforms are necessary;  1. With regard to the dis.rubition 01  government aid, and 2, With finding  new sources of income for school  purposes.  Provincial Aid  '���������~ Government aid for .sehool "pai-"P<>ses  in B.C. as given soieiy on the basis of  organization ot?" municipality. Cities  having a school papulation of two or  three thousand do not receive the same  aid as rural schools. The rate is determined by the number, of paipils  enrotfpd aatad the government .aid is  applied ony the salaries of the teaching  staff. Besides this goverment aid,  each school distract���������except an the case  of some assisted rural districts���������a  local assessment is rande to augment  the salaries and to provide maintenance of school property.  This sounds vea-y reasonable at first  glance bait on an'examination of the  rates t���������roughow_ the province we find  a vast difference. A few comparisons  will allaiataate the point. In 192_  Ladysmith paid a school tax rate of  27 mills while Vancouver paid 8.28  mills, yet these two received government aiid   Oi_   the   _A������i!>*_   uaaia.     SoUtu  Vancouver levied a 21.74 mill rate  whale the Delta Districtof the Fraser���������  separated only by the rivet:���������levied a  rate of only 3.75 mills. The tax rate  takes no 'acoonnfc whatever of the  ability of the community to pay, but  only of tho necessary levy. Comparing Sn\}th VancoiavGi* and the Delta  wc find the former a resldentiail district populated by working men with  small holdings while in the latter we  have one of the most fertile and pvos-  peroaas farming districts in Canada.  Yet Soaath Vancouver was making six  times the effort that Delta wats taaalc-  ing.  As a relief for ihis unequal distribution the Survey submits a suggestion  tlmt aa, district haying property, of aai  assessed valmi of $250,000 shoaild.  undertake entire support of one class  room including toaoher's salary. On  that basis government aid would be  oflven only to thoao districts whoso  total%assessablo property vaahio foil be  low tho amount required to saapport  the necessary _chcol staal- and for the  portion of thntamout in amy district.  For saach daatricts and thoao whoso  tntri.1 vntaip wihh 1o������h than' $250,000 tho  government should undertake support  by means of an **Equali*/.uth>ai Fund,''  tp bu discuaaod Inter. Acoordlng to  this means the govern aaa ont aid would  be distributed on the basis of ability  to pay las well n������ need, T,ho ineqauali-  t^*? ot <������fTCbrfc would nob bo eradicated  bait tho responsibility would be thrown  ou tl.-* ������.e]������ii_������l -dEbti-i.']<&_. i_,.._XZ3'  IV**it_������' S_.M,rc*~ of Jmcomm  Bohool Uxxva ������itio levied iat tioaiau caaaoH  Foi. Saxe���������Strong democrat,  reasonable.     McKay     blacksmith     shop,  RgiieaROii_rGiiServi.es  SLHMDAY, FEBRUARY  13  H ��������� a^-=   =^      *v_____������������������������%-"���������.������������������Jl a_n_.fi **. a **������_*?  -vVYWKDSL���������!! a.m.  . TA&BEil&S. p.na.  CRESTON���������7^30 p.m.  STEERS AND CALF ESTRAY  Estray since, feeding time: One red  steer 18 months old, and one red and  j white steer^ 18 months old���������both  bFanded>7D,������a-4*������������a>hip.. Also red and  white'heifer icalf, 7 or* S months old*  not branded. Reward to party giving  information leading to recovery. J.  W, DuW, Creston.  RED STEER ESTRAY  Came to the" premises of the under-  sagned one red steer, coming two years  old, no brands visible. Owner can  have saane.on .provin*-f property and  paying expenses.   J. W.DOW,Cr������ston.  Nelson Assessment District  ISTotice is laerehy given, in accordance with the Statutes, that  all assessed taxes assessed and  levied- under the Taxation Act  and Fubiio Schools Act are due  and payable on February 15th,  1927.  All taxes collectable for the  Nelson Assessment District are  due and paya-ble aa,fc my office.  Government Buildings, Nelson,  B.C.  This notioe, in terms of law, is  eqaiavateaat to a personal demand  by me upon all persons liable for  taxes.  Dated at Nelson, B.C., this  2nd day of February, 1927.  W. J. 8TUBGEON, Collector.  Nelson Assessment District.  DwcBoU.!   '������Ji2)WiJ!5_--B3J"'   SJ-SslIBul  Notice is hereby given that a  Court of Beviakm and Appeal,  undof the provisions of tho  Taxation Act and amend men ts  thereof, and under the Public  Scljoola* Aut, for 1110 Nelsoaa  Aoacsctnenb District, roipootiaa/*;  tho aussossmenfc roll for 1927, will  hv> h_uS at Uim Proviaaoial Assessor^ OlHoo, in tho Court house,  Nelson* on Monday, tho 21st day  of February. 1B27, at the hour off  Ten o'clock in the forenooia.  JAMES O'SHEA,  Judge Court of l.aviaicm aa.d  Awpenl,   Nelson   Asse--Bmenfc  DEatriot. .  STRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dishV easy to serve.*  Shamrock Brana IIAMi BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE  CREAMERY BUTTER  tiovernment graded, highest qaaataty.  FRESH and dl^^ FISH  all varieties.  Choicest'BEEF, r'^I^^UTT^N,-VEAL, LAMB  |  BURNS' ihEAL POULTRY FOOD J  increases egg production and pi-oduces better poultry.    Buy the best.  D-  '4B>   ������te.  m%     fSK  Grossly  IS THE LATEST OF RADIO  Installed in Console Cabinet made   by McLagan,  Cannot be surpassed by anything in Radio.  Lower prices and can give easy terms.  Will be pleased  K to  have you  call  in  and hear our machine any  evening.    Everything in Radio Batteries.  E~* *ff jB mm  GARAGE  GENUINE ASSISTANCE  TO FARMERS  / -Mm ^mmmW J_L  JL AJmV%tm\,V JL Mmm9M������^m\mW  _>  ^That this Bank is anxious to assist the agricultural development of Canada is shown  by the fact that two'tliirdo of our bo_Tow_rts;  aatustomera are farmers.  An oppllcatloaa tor etmdlt fkoi  ba given the _x~t__t coarulderate  fkoin you will  treatxiaet-t.  BU  THE CAISIVUM^  _fr<%'_n'   _^-^^*ak"_^ _tt_ jr,*ww'"w,fc ^tv_P"*  *4-^iv '  w--*^-rv^jLV_Liw__^>-_-'___f.  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Rcacrvc Fund $20,000^)00  Creston Branch ������ D. T, Scrhngcour, Manager  Printed Batter Wraps at The Review THE   REVIEW,    CBESTON.   B.    C.  Well-Known Home Builder  Quickly Restored To Health  Intolerable Fain, Father of 8 Children, Finds Long-  Sought Relief.  Strength Restored.  Praises Tanlac.  .loseph A. r.rauel, s* well-known  T-.lontreal Lmildiaig con tent;tor, TO;*-'!.  XJoyer Street., says: "The ba-awti. iiaias-  He end splendid health of the strong  c-st man will break umler the si rain of  modern laving;.  "I was -mlTci'lns untold agonies  ���������when I began aalunt*; Tanlac. JNly  sirengrlli had vanished. 1 coaaldn'r. work  efiiciemly, J couldn't enjoy lift.; as  other men. did. I had Io.-*i. weight.- ami  was Avrucluul  by knife-like  pa iai**.  "I Avax c-.oaaai)le.i.tvly diseoaarage-d wht'\n  Teniae was reeoiuanontled to nie ami I  tuok.il. 1 reeoanmeaid if. to anyone  vho is aiiii'S-  '���������This foaiie worked woaidm-s villi  in*?. Quickly nay old *L-reng1h returned. I he^aaa to have a sreitr. -.aaipotite  and ate everything -without, a siRu.ua!  pain. Oueo more E know what iL was;  ao have ;������ gooi1. ni^hi's sle������*.p- Tanlue  ������"������u't:iaaily put aim c>n mv feet. mu<le me  jsu-on.^er and ,-ai *-. ane nettm- health  Than  i  iaave had isi yc;u'i-."  Taailae tusiuiliy hani-ske? pa an. Con-  (lisr-s-s ;-Jinif>rit.ri ami build hi aaj* s.1 rensiah  in faniish.'d bodies. It. relieves i lie sys.  a..'in   ol   pois������>n  caused  by   constipation  Queer R_te Observed!  By Hindu Pilgrims (  Circle    Sacred    Places    by    Series    of I  Prostrations 'I  Victim  of Nervous  Indigestion,    Loss   of   Sleep   and!   wu_n tunda piigi-ims.visit a saci-edi  j place  they   ko   around the  .spot  by  aj  j eoaitlruaotis series  of  prosir'atto-a?*.. j  j     They  oarry  a stone iai   their hands !  aavl���������-when   ihey .drop   oai   ilae,   grroaaiad j  they sirete.lv their anus out as tar as j  possible   and   leitvo   the  stone? on   the \  ; "s'roaaiad so as lo meatma-e their length.  i      Theat   ihey   arise,   -walk   (lie   six   or  ; .seven   feet   to   the  sJone.  ami  nick   it  up,  Asa hi   they   pa-ostraits  iheiuselvew, '  : leave the slone, arise, aaad so. ma tantil j  ; ahoy   have   returned   ao    tbe   starting!  point. I  ���������      Many ol' alio circuit.* are muro than |  I three miles iaa length,  ami  it  t't-ituires:  : 11 u entire iU.������y to aaaake the whole trip, j  Each   anile    u_-.ua.lly     requires     one j  j thousand  pL'ostuuioiis. aud when a do- j  ivoteo  has?     d������rupt>ed     three     thousand!  ��������� times   lie   is   sn   yearly   dead   l bat  he j  lolis over   in   iho  dirl   U������   tlw  sulo  ol';  ! the. rend ami  rests, there UitiU llie next \  : dny. " i  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  ���������Colds       Headache       Neuritis Lumbago  Pain Neuralgia       Toothache       Rheumatism  ���������Esnu  11  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  atad sluggish liver. It is nature's owaa  retredy ua.ade from roots, barks and  herbs according to the tanaoais 'teniae formula.  '1-lan.ish stekaioss from your lite aaad  enjoy the benefits of K'oldeu health.  Begiaa tal-intr- Tuulae. The first bottle  ���������usually brings results that wilt surprise you. Ask your drui^'isl for Tiuv  1 He-���������-today!  Accept   only   "Bayer"  package  which contains proven directions.  Handy   "Bayer"   boxes   of   12   tablets  ._. Also Wfcles'of 24 and 100���������Druggists,  Aapirln Is the trade mark (rerjlstpird Its Canada) of Bayer JManttfactare of Monoaoctlc-  __i._etttar cf SaSlcyltenciii (Acetyl Sallc-fUc Add. "Jl. S. A."). Wh.la It is well __������_-wn  that Aspirin mean*. Bayer manufacture, to assist the public against inxltatlona, the 'XableW  or Bayer Oompaay will be staropsd witis  tielr geaeraf trade _sf_ra������, the "Bayer Cro---"  ���������urvivors  s Of a Bygone A  Hnaaifl   ritxi   f r.innK--t<-  xiii-ii-     civ-     <u\r_j.S|r_-_--v  Without NflrviS^iiCiaila lKlH l),Hm <-'ou'i'ie'-���������-ti at������������������w<i������������o  I and the initial machines to use ii <  Airdrome at Edmonton |  The fust .manicipal aia*divorae iai..Can- j  Laws  of  Life   Exact  IJt'e yields Iter rewards to those who  danontoa j  a Hie *  8e  Xewspa!;���������-'.���������-; iln-oiat-yhoaat vau-.ida reev'ivtlv- orit'ifetl iicvounts ot! ;i deeisloai  ?>>aehed by raV- raae^a;-e-rs aud la-usfees of a se.iaool tUj-ariet iu iVtaita .io xvhieh is  almost laubt'lievLible in. this day n:ui j,eaaeratio������a. The HttJU- se.lu.K)l I-ouse it a this  y-ui-aicular distrU'i is Hsbted l>y oil luniks, ami. according to tlae tetaeher, Cor  -���������I :t. :������st. t\\ t-fit v-tive diiys in i-ht: year t'ae lisliL is sai ttuor the- eiaiLiu-en. can  lumllv see the blackboard.    Ir!jH?.-;\r the circumsaniices a eoiuanuutay club offered  i Wbeai yotar sloan-ida is badly upset. I  ; when you are botching ^as aud saaiTor- j  , ins ra-ona nausea,, the uutckesL reliql j  > vviH ecuae Iroaaa 2a> drops of Norvilino. i  ��������� Tk-1-lp   ������l   iu  sv.-eetened   wi'ioj** and  von i  up irona the Fedeial Govermaaent's big  station at Iiigla River.-  i vork for tliein.    If yoia plant cabbages  j don't   expect   to   pick Voscs,   for   tiae  laws of life    are    exact,    aaid    never  O  K_-fc_rblr*������_-_ _-f _*  | deviate tlae slightest bit. Your life  i will shape Itself according: lo the inen-  ' tal pattern which you shape for it.  get. an iauruodiate result. Nerviline | Foa*' the convenience of overseas  has bocaa used lor aaearly hair a con-j ta*av^tiea*s, through tourist sleeping  taary and is considered a nocossity in|C!arg art> boing opei'ated bv .tho Oaaia-  ano-st lu-uses, becsmso nC its usoualness ! (ii:ua Pacific Hailwav each w������ek froan  h+ pay  ahe cos* oi a lie LnstaHatioii and mairatenaitee ot elecfcrie light, an oi'F^r  wiajfh pa*esutuat������!y rhe stnoel uistriet oflseials would be oaily too glatl to accept. ���������  (.in the <-t>jitnsry  tb-e offer \v;ts refu^etl and the I'.eusota. Cor refusal was that ;  oil  tamps  were  good, enough yvars ago and cor.see-neatly   wvi-o good enough :  now: that, iai a word., wtttat was good enough for t.heir fathers aud g rand fa liters j  was good enough  foa- their children and grandchild rear. i  if  tlie  ratepayers   of  ilais  Ontario   school district   are   consisteau,   oue  is i  toreed to the conclusion char lisey stall carry on their Canning opei'aiions with [  hoes and rakes,  lutml   sickles   asid   scythes,   scorning    to   use    ntoiiern    farm j  machaaiory;   that they i)lo<l to lowu wit'i n yoke of oxen, a aid utterly despise:  such new langled notions as railway Trains or automobiles;   telephones, tele-T  graphs  and radio  ntusj, be anathema To th������_in. ;  Forfiaaaately  foa* I'anada there are fe.w people of  the same mind  as these j  \Y������-.stminster township school ratepayers.    It was not men of this type which j  baiiir  tap  this  Dominion.  m preventang many small ills shaf con- j wjrmipeg. to connect with steaaners  stfcratly arise. Sold everywhere in 3.. j sailing from West St. John, N.B.  cent   bottles.. ��������� rt*.ij_.Bn   imnioi   p^rc   occih-a   coaiaifictioii  ilang  I These  tourist   cars  assure  aaad   facilitate   ti-ansfer lYoiai   train  to  Mr-Trading Post  The wine of good, nature, is Ihe best i slfi-aiaaer. as they go direct, to the ship's  stiauulant  in   the  world.  Tho   man or j side. Any ticket agent of tlae Canadian  **!��������������������������������� ii       .   ��������� -a*    y>  A-avssea ics _5������    oucsme  woiatan postsossiug a well of this rare j  ; Pacific will arraatge. overseas bookings  an operat_jo>i_  viaifage  has   friends  apleaal  he-or she goes/.  wherever  and a'esei vatioais on these cars.  Dance, shoes   aa*e   called   paaanps   be- !  cause   of   t.heir   association   with   the  celebrated  lleaat   Nash   at   the   Pump!  ltoom in Baafla, Kngland. j  Can be Strengthened Through the I  tt r -r^      ���������,.���������. ,- >      ^ Testifies for  Itself.���������T>r. Thomas'  Use of Dr. Williams .} Ecle'etvie Oil needs no testianoaiial of  Pink Pills . | lis powers other than itself. Whoever  VToaulorful is the process by which i fries it for coughs on colds, for cuts or  Rather, the pioneer*? who  came lirtu   into  Eaatern ! the cheniistry of thc< body chaaiges the I contusions,  for  sprains or burns,  for!  Canada and liter pushed out over the uliaaosi limitless expanse.*-, of the prairies I food we eat into blood. And tlie whole j pains in the limbs or body, well know j  were men and. women determined that, whatever hardships thoy had to under- } f. oyu^f}^?f   depends   upon   this | ^a.the " m^lcln^ ������WjJ������s JtBjlC *u*j  ,  , ,  ,,       .     v ., n . ,    _.      ��������� beang maintamed  tlav aftei- day. vear I needs no guarantee,   llais   siaoaas..whs- .  go arid pan up wiilt. ihftr-r claihhen and then children s children should De better j in rn(1 year QUt    Sometimes the "pro-! this Oil is in general use. j  oil'.    They were most  decidedly of the opiaiion that what was good enough for ��������� cess 'becomes   faulty,   and   then   food j  -~  j  ilieii- grandfathers was not" good enough for the an, and. the best was not a. bit j begins to poison the blood instead of J     yy-e're telephoniaag  to   Loaadon    now '  too srood Tor their children. Consequently they conquered the virgin forests and j -l'ceu������lS **���������*.- 'J-']"'18 is followed, by all the ;       { ]v -      Atlantic   hasn't  . , , . .    ., t jiai^gs   ot   mdagestoaa.   such  as   gas  on j      ----.���������  the virgin ]ira:rte, made hoanes, constnactetl roads  and a-ailwtiys. built, cities. > tue."s|-onj.{1.ci1>. pains aa-ound   the  heart, i ooext crossed is on roller skates.  schools aaad lanaversarics, and 3������iad.f Canada what it  is today.       .- j often   nausea, after  eating,   aud  a  (lis-  This constant  urge and striving Cor something better, this insatiable de- !liluV| f������1' flU IvhtcLs ol" food.  anand tor developinenl mad impa-oveaneaat, is tin- glory of: inaialvlnu, the distin-  I     The only way    to    overcome    these  troubles is to lone, aap the digestion so !  .-iitshing marl-   between man and the beasis-,.    Iai if. a^ U. be found the sourer j n-at you  can assimilate all your food. I  of all progress.   Without it  (he woa*ld would, stagnate, deleriorale. and become j To tlo this you  have,, only  to take Dr. j  irret.ievablv  lose j ^W1*���������*'   P,lnk .^nLy-.  ,^ sl������ort eoui-se i  I ol those palls wall quickly tone tip the ,  It  laiay be thai: some ot a he you'uge.r geaaeration  ol' toda-y   are  11e?.ilanding  loo aaaaach; thai they insist upon beginning life whore liu-ir lathers left if. and  i'Xi>eci ease and comfort and I lie rewards which labor a.lono cart bring* without  expending the effort which all must make if Uaev would really enjoy life, und  prosper in tlds world. Hut. placing a proper resM'aint aapoaa such iU-ad.'-ised  desires, and curbing sunh yottthCaal folly, is aaa eaitii*ely diftoroiat thing to ile-  prii'ing Ihe children of today of the advantage* with which science, InvenUoai.  and years of istilighUuimeaii  has blessed the world.  Apparently this little group of ratepayers a aid school trustees are not only  willing to endanger the eyesight of their children but woaahl condemn lliean  m lead the" same benighted, igitoraatl. and unpa-ogrefc.sive lives they apparently  stomach and banish iaadigestioaa. Here  is  it  bit of  convincing proof gven   by >  Mrs. Chas. T.ad.mM*,     LCllerslie.    P.E.h. I  who^Hays:���������"For some, year.; I was ai  sullxu'er from k'to match trouble--, l-lvery-!  thing I ate cjius-cd distress, sour stoan-;  i aclt   ttini   belching.     I   could   atot   eatj  ; aaaeat  or polatoes.   and   1    grew   weak)  | and  norvoti:-*.   Mo   mediciaae  seemed  to i  ' laoli'i ano until C was persuaded to fake  j l)i*,   Williams'   TMaak   Pills,   and   these  I simply  worked   wotulers.     I   took  tlie  i pills i'attr.hfully for a couple- of. aaaontha  BRONCHITis  Leaves a bad cough���������so does "flu.'*  These lingering coughs are quickly  SSheied Chamberlains  Jy t_ldX   Coun-fi Remedy  Now sold at pre-war prices���������25c, 50c  Completely restored  by Gin Pills  From   Fort   Arctic   in  the   Mac-  kenzie District coanes this letter:  ''I was several times advised hy doctors to e*-; outside and liave an operation  performed for (gravel or '*? severe stric--  ture.     Some  two  ye_.ro  aiio  several  of'  my "friends Jaeve ^.-ecomjiieiided Gin _*ilU  to me.  "I have used Gin Pilla ever sinee and  they have completely restored ma t<������  health. Also my wiftf, vho had a very  painful back.  "I cannot too highly recommend Gin  Pills to the public in general."  JAMES E. NAGLE, Mana'jer.  Northern Trading Company,  Arctic Red Rivei-, Mackenzie District  If you have a lame back, constant headaches, swollen hands and  aaikles, or any form of kidney or  bladder trouble, do as Mr. Nagle  aaid thousands of others have done,  ���������get a box of Giai Pills. They soothe  rand restore the kidneys to normal  ���������action. Get them today. 50e at  all druggists. Natio-rtal Drug &  Chemical Co., of Canada, Limited,  Toronto, Canada. 122  PltriWOCOIJNWKHKKBOOK CO.UMIIH)^  HAMILTON, ONT,  Tim  rtiU'payiTs   aaid   sclmoL   (TUidPoH  of Wc-umin.-.tm'   towiaship  ]iiwl(lo -a ImvHhl*' ovamph������'or how not  1m do lliiia_:H.  (lialaai'io, 1  ,,  ,    ,       , ., , ...      .   ,        , i hv -wliicli a.lama ovory syiaaiVl.oaai of the  jirv cM.ml.01al   to liv������*.    Wc vonltiro to pi*odJc|  tho clrildrcn aviII a*ohol uaad a,r Iho j |Tonuie tilftuppc:*roil, and Uicu'o has not.  tiirlii.'si pos.sllih* moMaoaat hreaU away fa-cnai I hoar lioin������- ciia ironmoni and haiancla j since   hocn   iho  .slipfhtcKl.   :<'ymi������l.oaii ot  (mi   into tlae  world   <>l' ll._?l������t,   progress  mad a<lviaufHV<ui*.rd. , stuiiuicla trcaahl*',    No woaador 1  iiraiet.-  '.-.,, 1     ��������� 1     .      ..        ..1 H)a-. Wlllisiiias' IMiilc Pills."  rho   stir".<t   Ktaaa-Ltnioi'   o������   K-copanK  the   hoys   find  .sail*   ita   tlu*  old  home (     v'<������u can and. ahoso pills throush may  <liNiri(;t, and pi'('Voaitang Ww.m fro������n Uyiaaf.*; off lo  the cith-,- :������nd other .1'������n*!iw;t.y j medichao rlnulci' or by auu.ll nl. Hi) tu>i������t_������  aiclils  pi>>htiiatiiiK RiiMMi  hi.^l.tv,  is  Io niaalvf  tho. ohl..Ivoiaae Hiii'rottmliams as aap- j n   box   I'a-ona   Tlu'_ lh\   Williams'   jMod'a-���������  loihiio itnd ant'actlv������������ as posi--ihlc, t.liorchy  provldlais a powerful rival lo vhnl |(-'itl������ (-'������-   ni'0<'kv'lll%- ������u[y  (ulior world whh-h beckons.    If piiviMils. a������aid. coin nuaaal lies ivaalh'.o thi.i tind act; . __  . ������ ,*  jM-<-i������rdiaa;*;ly.  ih-y  will   also land  they have  a   fXt������ at   all.v   iia   I lao appeal  -which 1 "G LiqilOT Habit  luiiin* iilw;i\s nialvi'S  10 every boy aaad &irl. ! ;  yicliaaiH  ol' Ihis habit -will bo  inlca*-  ostaad to learn Hint tho coin bra led  : I roafmeial of the 'Xorno I A asocial km,  i oC J.ondon, WaiKhitaal, can now ho ob-  ' Isahvod hi tliumda. This Ircuil.aneitl,  ; whlcila a'omovoH all craving for lilcohol  : In a row <ln>ys litis, aiaiontf oiliet'  : piiaaiilneiit people, heoit ohdoi'staal la>-  ; Ii'nrd NorthclilT, .Loral ArniHlronp:, rtlr"  ,r,lunies Moi'flHoia ftell, Wtr I'Mwni'd  io'MttHoy, Sh' Annua* Wilson, Sir Owen  < Seaman, The 'Primato of Ireland, The  1 lt6shop ol" WinehiiHfer. Iho lHshop <aV  j <;lilclK*.stei*. I'layBiclaittH, MaKiHtralos,  ; (.'inarch InstafUtlons, tLia������l Press of  loroiu lli'itaiii. I'lu'llcithirs a'OKiardliiK  I Iho i,i'etitita<Mif <'iiia bo obtained from  ' Mr. .T. Wr. IMvon. n_fl Slnallmiori������ npnlc-  1 viard, Toronio Ii, Ontario.  When Buying Bread,  ;     Purine si corn is both risky ami. ha-  I ������iS'������"ecl lv������������.      la   i:t   nuach   belter  ' irnllmv.'i.i','.   t"n-i)j   U*t'-i*if*ver  ami  ", cnlc ahrnaa eialifel>-,  lo   aa so  cnadl-  'IW'thini,'-  \)n>i>f>  ami   Soothiuayj   Syrui>tj,   cs^ectully   |.reparcd   for  i'lfauf-- in nruisi and Cliiltlron all sij^es,  '1 '��������� riMiirl ii������������h.-i������i<iii.', always luok for the hi������;ii:ttairc of   C/tyix^yx/^JcJ&tS,  i     "I  would like lo put It this w������y, any  j lord," wild <:c������iiiih-"I.    '���������StappoKo  I wore  1 |u see yoair lordship ^oliay*; Itilo a pub-  lli-li  hoatse- "  "I'umlnv,'   In."  eorreeled   the  JtnlRO.  l'*"(iv'i-u   dir'rrtioiei   nil   ���������".'it'll  paf'I'.M-*'*.  I*. ���������_,"��������������� |,,NH,ll.l,  l'hytiicuiit.- cviiywhere rccoaamirml H.  r>1i������-ard'������8       Lini������iV**������rtit  A.llm������nta.  ^_^_____���������_���������__________������ll_i IIMI���������__,,____���������_____________���������������_  for  Animal  eat and umer roo  This Trade^ Mark Is Your Protection  "\'oii will l.iiu'1 llaat till of llaclx-st Rakors wrap  their proilucls in wascal paper in unler to keep  tliein clean aiul ffcsli, and lliey use Aji|>lcf<ir<l  ])apcr because e������i" its absialute purity.  I.uuk fur (lie Applefunl trade mark on all tlie  llread yott buy- it ensures you ul* yollitijj: clean,  fresh, wholesome food,  When, buying Waxed I'aper fur bouseliohl  use be,-sure and ask fur I'ara-Saui pin aip in rolls  or sheets.  (Vliide In-Cminda Ely  C,1>M l-AMY* IA M ITItttt  "The Old Reliable Firm"  HAMILTON - . ONTARIO  ..     i������    ���������, ���������       WRSTKHN ACBNtv.lM ^ 1  SrSTi^-T W*������-**4 f-a**" Co. U*������������t*ru VVwmmA rmV*r r������������.  S_ao I>mv1������ hi. Vm.coiiv.ir aOO MrD.rmnlt Avt. Wivntm+et  lluntf rPtmrilm <*��������� Cm.   Vlwtftn- ������������������������  \V.  S*.  r  i('ii;*fi  ;mmm���������  imrmmw,m  1  i  i'i  t'j  .������������1  'V  t>4 THE    BEYIETv,    CRESTON,    B.    C  j.  fl{ J  C -  I.ondou.���������The race for Shanghai,  prir/e city of the Orient, is oaa between  ahe TJrilish army ami navy, and the  Chinese  "rCaiionalisls.   The   Cuntoneso  hihks India Should  Help Protect Shangbai  rimes" of India Believes it Duty of  Goverhrnent  Bombay, India.���������Tin-* view expressed by Nationalist newspapers that  troops from laidia should not be sent  lo China, Is not shaa-od by Iho "Times"  of Jnda'a/ which considers it the  "plain, in-esisiibJe~duty of ilae government".' to sneufe the protection.'.ofThe  MO AGREES  WITH mmmip AM  ^;lJl^,',-UU-liDCV;-:V^  Ask for Exei-intion  Would    Free    Charitable   and    Educational   Institutions From  income  - Tax  Ottawa.���������Exemption of all contributions to'charitable and educational in-  siitutions from taxation under the Fed-  '        ~ * ! e-i-iil Income Tax Act was requested by  Complete .igreemeiity with j a.  deputation   of. prominent   Canadian  _U  _t*B a  : __V, If-  -_��������� to-i   aa_*__������������������������������������% h.���������  a i-SBt-a- _-a_-a a i-: S  EAD 'GAtfnA?DT-TV  "1   a r_ *_ _J~ ���������  iii-.r  !���������___ mm '  <_ ,  Toronto  tlae   position"-.-taken   by   Pfeaiai'dr^Tas- citizens   which, waiteol  aipon  the  gov-  ebereau of '���������Quebecto  the effectf; that eminent;     y   ,.,'                       ..;-.<-  s no changes should be    anade    j'ui   the 1     Hoai.   J.   A.   Robb, ������������������Minister  of  Fiaa-  eonquesl    of   the   ureal   international   iaileinafiomii  settlement   in ^Shanghai.! constitution of Canada, without refer- aiice,  who,   will- Hon.' J. ���������__.   Halsloia,  settlement  at  the moulh of the Van*?-; .������o loaig as, that seeiuity depends upon'! eiK.e������������������'{_, tiie  individual province.-:-was Minister of    National    Defence,    and  1ze, wheie -10,000 foreigners reside and } existing   treaties.     '''There   as   a   large  many  foreign  relugees   li*om all  ptarls j Indian  cornamaaaity in    Shanghai    aand  i ea*y ampbt'tanr, Itukan commercial interests there; it.is just and proiVer  that Iroops from India should share  iai   this   essential   duty,"    the   Times  of Chhaa are now gallic-"eel and where  the immense foreign trade interests of  China are centred, must be accomplished within six weeks if the. Cantonese  areTo avoid  dealiatg with ' the j points out.  '���������Bintis.ii' defence   1'oa-ce   of  20,000 .men, j     Talk of wat' with China is nonsense,  who are hurriedly leaving oa'will soon : in alio opinion of    the    Indian    JJaiJy  leavcj-.l_rigla.sla ports, Malta ami India.     Mail, which says that protests against  It   is  aepoaledly  emphasized^, by the I seatding a contingent to China are not  l}riti-51a/.r.-foa^igii.^qillce,   however,- that j well advised,  "since  the  proaTVptd.es-  - there will be no "clash between the patch of a contingent may- prevent  British, and Cantonese, unless ���������"fhitlsh h.uather. aggrav;ation o.f the conditions  lives arid pi-operly in Sha'nghai, are ��������� in China and promote a peaceful set-  eaaolangered.       The     Brilish ' .defence : llement.''  force will make uo effort  to. prevent ( ������������������-���������- ���������:������������������ ���������".���������  the  Cantoaaesefaom- entering and oc-i  etipyhag  ihe' ci ty of  Shan gha a it .they j  ' aa*e ���������.-.strong enough to tlo so. j ���������~~~���������  Tlae British maa'nlain that the ques-   B������y Swimmer Would Mot be Used  expressed by Premier  Ferguson >hore, 1-Hoia.  ;YV".   pf/kuler,   Minister; of, Cjis-  "Mr. Taschereau is entirely coa-rect i 'tbnis/-' receivetl  tbe  delegation,  stated-  in his view," said the .premier.   ^'Tho [b^would .take, lhe,K ; *hatter^-up;   with  JWiamipeg.^ ��������� Moiaaeatious ojaiestions  oa I-inpire relations, inihaigratijian. soldier settlement and orgaaiizatid'n aver1?  cleared -from the agenda befo're the  national' convention of the Canadian  I.egion of the British Kmpire Service  League;,      ,.,..;.. ,// .,, O     ... :|      J  The report    oii* Baaiplre'" relation's,  which; was  unanunoiisly ya'pproveil   by  eonstitutioit ,is .an agi*eement arrived  ,at aauony* the provhices as  the .rbsull;  of a coaifeience bo ween them'. . It  -would be essential" that    any    ainend-  hiji   dejpifrtivient" aiid  then ! the cbriVentioii, calls for The a<|opt*on-  le     situaticui    helore    his.jpf ������ pominion policy direcied -|.|waa;i.%  - i harnioaaiqus   relationships   within    tint  were ; Baiti?di; coaViniouwealtji of nations and  ofTjcaals ?of  lay  the who!  colleagues. ':"'/...;    ' ���������    \  Included in    the    deputal ion  Cannot Accept Contract  m.en1:.s   to it should similarly   bey sub-   such pi*ominent men    as    Sir    Arthur j that, the  solidarity of the'Knvfjre  he  mitted to all the pi-ovhaces aaid receive \ Cuaaie, Sir  J.onier  Gouiaa,   Sir  Geoi-ge i assured   by   tlie   exercise   of  pi|ic������ic:al  their consent.  "l^Tot  oallv  do  we   agree   with   what  Foster.-   ........,...  Sir  Arthur  measiires of ianniigj-atioaa, industry and  Qurrie  stated  the  tlepu-  Tlu Takes Toll in Britak  tion of the/- control of Chekuiatg province, right, up to the limits of1 Shanghai's intei'natibiaar settlement,- is a  pa-oblem to be settled by - the attacking foi'ces of C!eia"ei'al Chiaaap; Rai Shek,  comauantler of tlie Cantonese troops,  and the ale rending army of Maj*shal  Sun t.huan-Feng, rulexv of Cheklaaag.  Should Shanghai itself    be i threatened   either  by  act iaa!  lighting or by  Picture  Until   May  Hollywood, Cal.���������George Youtig,  Canaoiiaii youth who won. the $25,000  prize in the recent Santa Calaliaaa  chaiinel swim, failed in his first attempt to break into the films and further capitali'/e his new faaaie.  Negotiations between Young and  Famous Players-La-sky, in -whose  studio   he   rec;ently     uncterwettt     film  m   G67      Deaths      From      Epidemic  Reported   in One Week  Are  institutio>ti3   from   coast  Premier Taschereau has said, Ontario j tation  t'epreseialed     more ..-tli'ah      100'  herself would protest,' ami* protest vigorously, if it .were --proposed "to liaake  any.  change, iai   the constitution  >vith-  out consulting herj"���������      -������������������...-���������  Canadian  coast.  eobicaiiom: y = y -x :-.~^      ' ;|  Tlie   repoa-t   was   desciihed   l|y   one  one  of  to���������speaker  as-  tho most  i doeatnaetits"  ever  drawn    up     %     the  ������g  tion  j couiiiry. The cdmaniffee;. l^espcltasible  | for i Is constructiorti was ��������� coanposed ol!  ! Da-.  G. II. \Yaio,   -in ay or.   of    Sauna,.  Alta.  Brig.-General       Sir     Bachard  15,000 Settlers to be Located in Three ! Turnea*, Quebec City; Brig.-General F.  *��������� Western-Provinces This Year ] S. Meighen, Montreal; E. F. Sj|enceiv  Calgary.���������Tiaree   thousanol    families, ; Morden, Man.;  and    Col.    J.    ^LcAra,  i or roughly speaking, 15,000 people, are  L6ndon.���������A wintry   spell last  week I assured   for. setileineiaf on   the  three-  has caused  the    recent/   o-pidemic " of' P���������������^  provinces   olurang  3������27,   T.   O  im-flue-nza, which has been pi*evaleht in  rnaiT5r parts of !-urope, to lighten its  grip on Great Britain, (>(u deaths being,  reported in Britain', for the week ending Jan. 20.    The official  death  roll an the  coun-  F. Jlerzer,. manager of the Caaaadian  Cohmixation ' Association, '" toid.' the  representatives of the various colon-  izalidn boards wheat they aht-t iai cori-  rerence iaere. Ma*. I-fea'zer explained  thav this xneefiaig differed from other  ty of BontT.on has'shown a steady in-1 .colonization coaiv^ntions in that its ob-  crease   during  the   past   three  weeks, Mect was not the attracting of sei tiers  the rabble of a Chinese army, the Bri-j test, were di*oi>ped when i|: was fouaid  ;Jtisla,;_d$t\?irce....l'orce,.:^og������?.thei^.>vitli  the;' itwwduld ;be impossible for the procluc- i t]leyf,guros being 72, 1?,7 and 197. The | !>ut  lo   bnding  out how many' of  the  Shanghai   volunteer organization;  and j ers to use the swimaner in   a /picture j repo3*ts   fa-ojii   .05   large   towns   apart I 3,000   families,   known   to   bo   coming  whatever Toi-eos Japau;  United States ! until May. Young's managers  insisted ; r,.oni Loudon .for the  same  period, of i to the West this year, could be taken  nd   Fi;;ta?ce haye ayualable, would  pro-1 the filming must start at once ih order j time ^h0^s 372, 326 and   170 deaths.  bably   b<!  employed'-along   the  21-anile,j  line,   which . wouid   coaiiplelely-caat  off  ���������^Shiffi^iai.. farpaxi. the infei-ioa* aaid lender'  t|t0 jcilyy' ajiiassailable froain Chidese at-.  tacks or occupation. This 21 -anile line  has been "defeifded on previous ocCa-  -'sionsi by. voluiiteei'o' -aaid.  foreign   tie-  aachmeaits when Chinese ei.il war  - threatenedy the city. 7  to''release hiiri'for vaudeville  tour  .The  producers   said     Youasg's     film  tests tliowod, ilac.v youth    ip    Ifave  "pleasing screen appeaf'ance." . -  In  soane .of  the  pooa-er districts   of  care of in Alberta.    .  "Our i>m-pose  of meeting here." he  iij'aypr. of Regina.  /' Tke / outstariuii  or the report provide foi?: J  . .Migration, itaid laiid seftlemen| wit lain the ' Empire; development, of Han-  pire aiiaa-kets foa-^ all prodiacts;; saap-  pression of foreign literature and Dims  whose iaiflueaiee is ah'Tago'iilsi'ic"to British ideals: clevelppauSnf of, the; spiri-  of Kmpire among the people of tin-.  Dominion as au offset to tla.ngerous-'  foreign activities; introduetion ot text  books in schools of British coniposi-  ton and manufacture; safeguarding of  Kmpiae  contracts.  Another  pa*ovisabn     of     the    r.>porf.  Wheat Via  ^London  people-have  had to stand  in [said,.-"is to take an itaveiaiory now to j stipulatos   that  the -Canadian  Goverat-  lj']jne to obtain death certificates. | find how anaiay c;an be placed- on land   jJ3ent  be  urged  to  enter  negotiation.-.  ]     Hundreds of school xeachei*s aire  jl! ; in; 1 his  province  on  Canadian Pa0MtiexviUtthe   British- Goveiamomt   for  an  ; while some   snurll   shops   in the  Fast \ Bailway land, on prh-ate land,, rented   ngreoment   under   the.���������-..Empire: Setile-  j End  have  put up   their  shutters   and \ h^nd* aIul 4Goverument-owned land." j jnt;ut   Act   fp,.   ;ls   large   a  vo>h������me   of  'The' .   Mr- 1Ierze^  i  j placed   a   notice   011   the   door:'"  Western Ports |:^nfi^ * m or illfl������������������  ���������/'  Would Abolish Sales   t ax    '    ,.   )  ,i.)f ^'lr!i :---'".*       f  Ottawa.���������-Abolitfon  of    thb    govei'h- }  n.eai(-  sales  tax of 5  pcrJecnt. ou all f  . . .- ,   pool has shipped nea-rlv b,0  mens   aiaci   w-onaen s   weaa-ing  appaa-el ,   , .    ���������        .   l���������  .    ,   . ,v       i ���������"��������� ������������������ i els-o���������-grain jjrrom vaaicouv'  was ������������������requested' by  a delegation repre- ��������� '  soaitin'g'-Ca*nadiaaa whole.sal<������ antl retail garmeaat industries which .'waited  upon lion. J. A. Itobb, niii.ister of lih-  ;aaic������". !Mr. Itobb iiatataiatted that the  request would he given consideration.  ' Population of Saskatchewan  Olisawa.���������Tite population of Sus-  kat'ehewan \va.s t*2l.,������J-1'_! at the cep.sus  taken hn June 1. ..last. This is aianouaae-  ed.-iii/jJi- pre Hani nary statement issued  by, the /Bureau of yStatlsties. The re-  shows an increase of. (13,532 over  eens-'us ol* 11)21.  Huge Quantities of Grain Exported  Via/Vancouver and Prince Rupert /���������>-  Vahccjuver.���������Tlae      Alberta t   whaiat  000,000 bushel* this year  to dale and expects to move;'-/"a tot'aa'  j of approximately 20,000,000 bushels by  ; the close of the season, George Mc-  | Ivor,, sales manager of a he pool, an-,  i nounced. here. .  ��������� Frona Prince Rupert the pool has'  ���������shipped 3,1300,000 hashels of /"-grain,'  i mostly to the United Kingdom, and 1  ! expects to  reach  the  15,000,000' bushel '  ion bettor.  Willi there was no attempt to replace Caha-'  claans by "half-baked Europeans.^'  .6  _aflf_-  iCiiisfi-  Thirty Thousand Rail Shopmen Affect-  ed by Scale Revision  Montreal.���������Settlement   of  the wage  dispute involving 30,000 rail shopmen.'  Eledion Was Uiiaaimous  an amount of British capital for development purposes as  possible.  May Establish New Town  i mark  before  the  season  ends-.''  stall  the  1 boxes  1 box weighim  Butter From New Zealand  Montreal.   ���������.Twoaatv-five   thousand  of   New   /,<'aland   butler,   each  ")/_ poutHls. will  be land-,  Ten Chinese>-^xecut_d led at Hull fax,' N.S.,  hy the sleitmsha])  Peking.���������A   telegram  from Fooehow ' Arawa.   como   lime, around   Febraasn'y  says  Generjil llo  Viug-Chlug, Canton-j IS. Montreal produce    naeu, here    <le-  ese eoaaimander    there,    ara'esled    SOOjdared 1haf due lo tlie demands ol" Ihe  M'hiiat-so couneeied    wi'lh     the    l-eeenr, I TI'.S. for Canadiian cream and milk, Ihe  anti-foreign   rioting  and   executed   ten : doauesi ic; butto-r    suianly    was    insiaffi-  of them,   / j deal I ..foa: the aaeods ol Fa stern Canada.  on nine Caaiadian railroads was announced here by the Railway Association of Canada. The, men asked for 10  cent an, hour increase. .Settlement was  i effected on a basis of ^increases between two and four cents an hour. The  agreement is tlae result of negotiations'  which, ha"\*e been proceeding for some  months between the Itailway Associa-  a/ion. of Canada and. Division No. A.  Kailway Fmployees Depart) iic-iit,  Ajuerlcaai Federation of I^ibor, .represent aug ean.)������loj"ees in railway shop  tradtss, The i-o-vidon of certain working eondilions was also effecled.  Captain   D'Oisy   Named   World's   Out-! Paper   Mill    to    be    Erected ''"Onf East  standing  Aviator of  1926 Coast of  Vancouver Islarid"  Paris.���������Captain. TTOisy> French avia- j. Victoria, B.C.���������Negotiations have  (.or, who has distinguished himself j been completed between. Hon.,JV. 1).  with   flights     to     French.   Indo-China, | Patullo, Minister of Lands,.and,James  Itusria. Jind Other parts of the world,  has been nametl by tlie laafernational  T.eague of Avia(oa*s as llie world's outstanding aviator of 1U26.' -  H. I.awson, attorney for the Crown  Williamette Paper iiiteresls of San  Francisco, as a result of Aylaich 1 ho  development   at  a   cost  of Ji 15,000.000  Sir Alan Cobbarn, of England, who j-within, five years of Campbell .Fiver  niade a round, trip to Australia, was Falls on tlae east/coast of Vancouver  also named oat the first baillbt; but, islaaad will be ianmeoiiately laaaderhik-  I.Vbisy's election later was made , on. Tlie fust unit -will be a 200-ton  umtfiimous. ! paper mill, but power sullicjeiat. for   . j eventually   supplying   a   ltiill   capable  In England ihea*e is one telephone to j of manufacturing  I.OOu  tons   of aaews-  27 inhabitants, compatred with one  telephone to every seven in the Uaallpil  Stales.  Dog Stars of the Chateau Team  Fifty-Eighth, A  of Th-e K.oyal Baiik of Canada  The fafly-eigliih #anaaual general.  m'eoiing of The Uoyal Hank of Can*  aoln, held at ihe head oJlieo. markeal  tin* 1 .'lose ol a very saaecosslu! year  and. was intended by a. large gathering of .-���������li'ireholdor;--,  Sexcral nniiotincenteiits of special  Interest wear* amide bolh by Sir Ilea'.  hei-1 Hull, presldeatl, and (i. K, Neill,  geiiers'.r manager. In Lis address, Sir  llerbeji I loll gave a complete review  nt the oiitsiaii'ling feu111 res of (lie  growth iai Canada's i-rado and industry  ami look the view lhal during (he past  ���������x'jir 1 here had been sirady and sub-  sianiial impiM\ enu<aat in uIiiiohi eveay  d*'|i;iiinieia( til' t'anada's hit'slueiw life.  l>!aM'UH,'-,liig l lie iierenslly of ihe re-  din i������ic- of nil laxcs. .Sir llerbei't said:  "Whiii Caiaadia needs is io I'olhns Ihe  e\ai.n|������'e :,ei hy ijie I'aa.it<mI 'Siiile.-t in  Ihe r* line' inn of *r_ 11 ia\e,s nuil. In tin  ������ osi <d K'jvernnii nl, no thai by reuim-  tllleji due 10 the ellieienrv nl' adaiiiu-  i>na inn we ma,\ secure a substantial  I'cdiieiiou in ihe total ''burden ol 'iaxa-  ilen raiher a hi) aa a. chaaige ei incidence.  Ccnada lias I'reouienily shown lhal .'ihe  is not whliotil courage Iai facing:her  o'coiioufii: problems. :\tld Iheav are In-  illciuivm.s 1 hul a bold co-nperaiivo  polb-j hi iidininisiraiive economy on  <he pail of all >;i������\ ei-nim-iils would-  ineel     wl;h    hi rung    public    appi'oviil  ������t������,|    - iii>;io>-i  "  C.   13.   Neill.  K"iieial  taasanuger,  gave  Wbelhoi  or    juji  tlu  a nuaiabor of interosllng.pnrlieulars ot j  ihe Ihmk'.s grow Ih and expanslou- tlaai-i  ing Ihe year. Of special iaaa]in{*f was!  ihe increase oaf !fa;,|MM,r>K7 in eomnier-j  <;aal haans in <'nnada.- This i-oih.'eiod J  Hi:dn< hs aciivity arising from the'  (���������ounley's -growing  prosperiIy. |  ilh fei'i'inic   10   ihe    -coiiMtrueHve    >o-  opea*a.ih������n the Hank had been.Iai a posl- j  (Ion  lo give  towards (he develoiniaetiT, j  ol'   Ciimid.-aV.   foreign   trade,   Mr,   Neill j  Mild in purl:  "Since I bin bank first commenced j  lo ciditlilish brunches abroad over 1  l.weiil.s-llv������������ .\ejn's iikii, We have tier- j  liiilrod an intJmttie knowledge ol j  many foreign itlurliel.H.    Wo have do:m  ami' aitinost lo ine'ihls hnowledgo  foa-     ,        ,    . ,  ���������...  lli.i.bnnent, of Canadian inuio hy piac-; <rhaH,*a lU{,i"v 1,,,hUI<'    /'"^    0���������','���������  Ing foreign   liu.tctH  in   lonch   Willi  our j <-oamliesH   niile.-t ol   snow   ho  Hainan   in  exporiora  mrl    locating   advantageous !      .      .        .  ,   1K ...   (1    .   ,  ' ������������������   ,,  soureiH  of   supply   for   Canadian   i)u. | ^'der lo ealch Ihena with ll.elr loaigues  porters,    Tho Managers of our I'oivIku ilaan^lmi; caul and mil of hiv-nlh is hard  bi'siiiche.s   are   I'.-iialllar  wlib   <!an:id.!iin '  prodiicis,   tind   ii   koch wllhoui   saayiiw,  that our opportuaalllea lo bo of si-rvh-.i  luu'c -boon aautaieroiiH, more purifenlur- j ol* iileluri'H,    The victims of 1I10 chase  |y   tdaaeo   ihe   majority   of  our   loreijm j������,.,..:  ���������|. t'li<- loll, ���������MelT," and. "Faaa������" at  HK'^.'S-. ,'r;!:;:!,,,^ ./���������:;:s h������.,.. ������������,..... ������,,��������������������������� i,���������������w^.,(  bail lather buyers of our products and j ���������**' I'IwiKmiu I-ronteuac Hog loram. Jliln  aaappllerH of our neccHHllles. I Know ' let.aaa J'l led by "Mouailhv" a veleaan  lhal daarlng iUIh pawl, <piar(ei' oi H cacii- | n-Uli a romantic, avwaral of service In  fury, wii  hiivw  becua* abb������  io  lacililate  the  mevenscrit  nf Cnnsirlfaii   g,';s������I.,   io,,r       ,   .   ,, ���������  Ihe extent of many mill loam of dotuara.    M^'mailed   1 olive  paint a day is said to be avtillable.  Contemplaled devolupuiein will lead  lo esliibllHliment. (if a new towia ol!  4,000 to 10.000 persons in iho .eenlral  region oT the islaaid  II  is staled.  The Canadian Crown YVilllameiie  Company, IJmaloik. was Incorppraied  here Jtt .$r.,000,000 as a tsiabsidlairy lo  Ihe Crown \V'illi;imelte '1'apna* Company, which already js opei*iilhig l������itir  other paper mills on Ihe Pacific Coast.  ciiiiieraiiuin  the  1    I ell.  ���������Vj7i������ ' :ll>t't be  'J'lii re   ]i   no   ib.-u,*. t**;;   lioyH'ver  has oblr/Jned an admirable .'��������������������������������� I  ��������� The above <lassic canine slaaily Iaa!  black and white is representative iaa \  r.ail life of a. heavy id rain of wolf  blood, "Hootch" (he mother of these  prliu'd dogs Is hull' wolf. Vlsiior.s to  (he Cbaicau Fronlcuac lor Ihe whaler  .'-pun.s ,se:as������j(l iuIm- in-vcr cnditig ,n>.\  rial   of I heir aliHIllng ihle.-; behind  lh<*  Discourages Return of  Missionaries to China  Cable Advises Any Now in America  Not to Sail  Toronio.������������������������������������ A eaiblo reeeived by ih������������  Toronto headquarters of the China  Inland IMIssloaa frona the Shanghai aaiis-  sion house, aamhes ]*efereaico, (0 ilm  troubles In C'hlaau and discourages ih������i  return of mlsshamrios aiow lu America. The cable was recel/ed in reply  lo a naessiige sent, lo Pluuiv.h:il asKin������  advice regarding the suilJng of JMr. aaul  Mrs. tfeatiaan fi'om Vancouvtu' oji Keh-  . 1 miry _(i. .Ma*, aaad Mrs. Seanaian, who  ; are .Au^lralian;', have heen speaadinu a  ! furlough in Canada and ihe Tailed'  '' Slates.  'die. far utarlli, with the Uoynl Caniullan  To   Visit   B.C.  Victoria.   ll.C.-.-AVoi'd   wji^    received  ,    , ,    ,        ,  , ai   Co\ernment.  House   lhal  th"ir   his-  lialeaiaa learn, b.-lng d.r.ven hy Arlhur . t,0mh.nt4oH    (he    alovernor-Oenea'al    ,.l!  leauvab.      aaa     .xperienced     mt.sher. i |r|)(|     Ll((|       vvlllill>,(lon     wlli  1-ebruary :>l. 22 and 2:1, m.-hor will ^ Uo (M|inva ������������������  Mjin.,,  JS,   ,���������,,���������.,   lol,  Ihe scone ol  .he I.aslern latenaallonal ! yMfti,,,_   ;il.,.,,,n,-   hw���������   m1   51 .���������.,.���������   ...,.  l������og Deaby. a gruelling 120-milo even, I T1)<iv.  w||, t}   ,,   f|,w   ,, 1VJ   in   ,llfH  iaa whIH. some of (he oulalaaading dog-   (,J(V 0H the gaaents ol Jdcat. (lor. Ihu-e.  (eama  In  Amen*, a. numberlu  cover  ���������0, j   ^ '  Ml" h" ������������������'"'������������������������������������������'������������������ 1 " w.   -v.   ii.   nu;6 _____&  ���������s  BB_E---)-__--_---_-__----_------____---M-l--l--__-_M I "*.- .'.' '" ,"^ ���������'^^*r^^^-^^^^^T^V^^r^^^T^^I^^  '"^"S________'  '* -Sw.-KSSfc^B'aSBiii.      iiif_S������_W aTl-_SG_?'  ^ ���������*-���������-    ���������*: -*_-��������������� ������_w-___i*-������___��������� -__r_fe-n .__*.*4������__L_������   V__tM_bP*lV  I*  ,i you are intending to do any interior  or exterior  decorating this  season we would like to remind  that this store c?&n supply your needs in Paints or  interior iiIrishes.  In Paints for the House, Barn, or  Implements our stock is complete  in all the wanted colors and can sizes. These are all  brand new goods and we have no hesitation In recommending the quality.    Our prices are always right.  We carry the fkworite ���������*Kahom&" brand of  KALSQMINE; and have it in apery fine  The vallate cottneJS meets i_s February session on Monday anight* and  a^ definite announcement should be  forthcoming at this meeting as to  what the commissioners are considering doing in connection wiih *3___i-_*!G  light.  A. __. Palmer of the Fremaer ������jferaga  was a Cranbrook .isitor last - wee-teas!  where he v. as attending; a eonfe-rehee  of the y Chevrolet dealers Is East  Kootenay. Sonae of the higher tins  of the general sales staff were in  attendance.  Word from the hospital at Nelson  Indicates that. Mrs. Hopwood ia tnt-k-  ing a satisfactory recovery ft������!!, the  operation for appendicitis, which she  underwent on February 3rd. It will  be another week, however* before she  will be able to return/  Creston Board of Trade was one  short of having a quorum for tbe Feb-  aruary mee_insr on Tuesday night and  the organization is still without a  president as it was irapossable to elect  a successor to S. A. Speers, who re-  sigwesl that- posttioo.  FERTILIZERS���������We are now booking orders for  Fertilizer and would be glad to know what quantity  you will be requiring. Get in on the car lot shipment and save considerable on freight.  yrestuH VaStsf So-Operative Assn.  Stores ai CRESTON & ERICKSON  Local and Personal  Picts Fob Sai_e���������Six  __.ak     t  r  _.������ _._.������_.(      - ������   j  weeks old.  ra������-4_Al  $7  _?<t___  house.  st._T.-g���������-TVgyo Isits  with   _-rooss������  Apply W. Eisher. Creston.  Bikth���������On February 3rd, to Mr.  and Mrs, M. J.. Joyce, a daughter.  Jas. Cook was a. visitor with Nelson  friends a few days this week, leaving  on  Sunday.  Wanted���������500 used feed sacks, must  be no holes John Garfield, Lament  Uldg., Creston.  Mr. and Mars M. J. Boyd were Spokane visitors at the first of the week.  leaving oars Monday. *-*  The subject of tbe a-Ma-ess at Christ  Ct-urch on Sunday evening wall be  ������������������The Clash  of Color."  W. P. Stark is spending a few weeks  with his family at Victoria, leaving  for? the capital last week.  TLoerr���������Yale lock key. in Creston. on  February 5th. Finder please return  to Review Office.    Reward.  it. B. Staples leturned on Friday  last from a business visit at Kelowna  and other Okanag-an points.  C. O. Rodgers was a baasaness visitor  at Calgary, Alberta, the fore part of  the week, returning on Wednesday.  Potatoes���������The best potatoes for  the table, Grade A, Netted Gem. $2  per 100 lbs. Ii. Sinclaiir-Smith, Creston.  Christ Church Ladies.' Guild announce an afternoon whist at tbe Parish Hall Wednesday, Feb. 16tb, 8 to 5  p.m.  -land Fob SALic���������Ten acres of real  good land. Half-acre set out in different kinds of fruit, J. G. Wearmouth,  Canyon,  B.C.  .RAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, Feb.  ���������*   mmi^mmmammt_^ ___��������� r__a *  E_������U  3a^^L    ^g^���������*R   B^^���������*4 ^Sl      a^^W���������^ eS  I ^nmmmJmW  REGULAR PRICES  Miss- Edith and Verne Cook left last  week on a holiday visit with relatives  in Spokane and Washington state  points.  Presbyterian Ladies* Aid are having  a Valentine Cafetria Tea at the home  of Mrs_^ Hendersons Satuirdav. Feb.  12th, 3 to 5 o'clock.  Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and family  have just arrived from Alberta and  have taken the Adlard town property  on a one year lease.  Have you heard the new Brunswick  "Panairope" needle, it is a wonder,  plays sis records each, 35c per bund-  red at V. Mawson's.  The meeting of the Presbyterian  W.M.S. will be held nest Tuesday.  February loth, at the home of Mrs.  Brown.   All ladies welcome.  Potatoes���������_ tons of good eating  potatoes for sale. 551.50 per 109 lbs;,  with rebate on ton lots. A. G*. Cox,  Vaness Ranch (Alice Siding). Creston.  Miss Ross of Vancouver is the new  vice principal of Creston public school,  arriving from Vancouver at the first  of the month to take charge of Division 2,  Collections at the provincial office  for January were in the neighborhood  of ������1300, of which amount $1008 was  for motor licenses. $34 of dag tax has  been collected to date, ,  ** .  Lutheran service will be held at  Creston on Sunday, Feb. 18th, at 7,80  p.m., at the residence of G. Nickel.  There will be service at the church at  Wynndel on Feb. 11th, at 7.80 p.m.  Fon Sale���������Lots 0 and 7, Block 29,  Fourth Street, Creston.    On the property is a vacant building formerly used  ���������as    the    Mormon    Church.       Going  cheap.   Apply W. O. Taylor, Creaton.  Miss Blanche Hendren, who has  been on the telephone central staff nt  Cranbrook for the pust nine months,  has resigned that position, and is at  present at Creston on a visit with her  parents.  For Sale���������Pair young and sound  horses, weigh about 2300 lb_., good  workers. Horses, harness, sleighs,  whiffletrees, neckyokes, ull for $185.  Will make a good farm team. G. O.  Rodgers, Creston.  Shareholders of Creston Valley Co-  Operative Association have just received tbe 1026 balance sheet and notice of  the annual meeting, which Ib called for  Saturday afternoon next, February  10th, at Spec.-* Ilall.  The district looks to bo  another five weeks of winter. The  bear made his appearance in ancient  form on February 2nd, but having  seen hla shadow hua gone back for  another six weeks' snooze.  Th*������ village commissioners tint b.b mi  assessment roll court of revision on  Tuesday morning at tho courthouse*  There were only throe minor appeals  ainal the consideration shown will  result in about a $_ decrease in taxes.  The children of town are reminded  of the "Motto Party" in the Parish  Hall, Friday, February 18th,  at 7.80  -**j,rY% ,A.*-i*itE���������Mori !_���������& ccn*-* Pr5_.cs **vSIE  bo given for the best printed or painted motto or proverb, on t\ erird 9 at ������  Inches.  Miss Ida Gaamache is a Cranbrook  hospital! patient at present, where she  is being treated for a badly crushed  right ankle, sustained in a sledding  mishap on Fourth Street hill Thursday night last. Latest reports are  that the injured leg is mending very  satisfactorily.  Musical monologues, hurtaorcaaas aaad  dramatic stoties, and classical and'  modern character sketches feature the  varied programme Miss Elsie McLu-  han, the well known Canadiam entertainer, will present at Trinity United  Church oh the evening of Thursday.  _Z*_V SbSM.lL.       -A     *_3-.���������.    *.a ���������J 5_,_5_:_  rcumniy otiu, u>_ vaui-U tue EuuiiSaiOn  with s midnight supper. The .winners  of the best costume prizes -Were Gladys  Webster as a ������*Prenci_ Peasant." and  Isobel   Burnett  as a "Mexican Cow  pamcher.*** -���������  In his an nuai report to the depart  snent at Victoria public school inspector Manning makes the following  interesting observation: - "ISntran-e  examinations were held at ten centres  fitiu tne results show a uinr-_6u iiai  psrovsrnent in the passing of rural  school pupils those from Erickson,  Wycliffe, Creston, Waldo, Superior,  JLtster -and Canyon City schools doing  particularly well.n  The O.G.I.T. girls of Trinity United  Church were in charge of the service  on Sunday evening, with Miss Clearaa-  tine Marshall   presiding.   The   lesson  v*r������,������r    __-<__!    wy , wtuin    -tuiuica.     xttsvrjr  Goodwin gave a talk on what the  O.G.I.T. means to  British  Columbia.  BdEargarstFrase? _t?nd Madeiis0pstna_a  gave taiks on ������������������What the O.G.I.T.  means to tne." Recitations were given  by Marion Burnett and Stella Herd-  suan.  About a d oaen tables of players par  ticiipated in the whiss given by the  Women's Institute in the Parish Hall  on Wednesday night for members and  their escorts, with the high scote  prizes going to Miss Beth Putnam and  Geo. Cartwpight, and the consolation  kniannd   #A'*M**S_' "W_   ' R< ������#���������������>.    *������������������������5S     "S3  SUNDAY, FEBRUi%f.Y  WYNNDSL���������ll a._a.  -LlSTEIt���������3 p.m.  CRBSTON���������7.30 p.m.  -lfi<  13  POULTRY TONIC in  8|-lb.-  pkts.  STOCK TONtCin 8& lb. pkts.  is 50 and 25 cents.  To-night's attraction is a masquerade carnival at the skating rink, commencing at 8 o'clock, and for which  fi ve prizes will be given: Best dressed  lady and gent; best lady and gent  comic, aud best skating couple in costume. The admission is 25 cents to  spectators, and 50 and 25 cents to  adult and juvenile skaters.  . "**"���������*���������  __li*.*_-*. A'su-uptuiOus Sunoh was -served? urad during the evening vocal  numbers were contributed by Misses  Winnie Palfrey am an and Muriel  Knott, and W. J. Truscott,  Fov' Stock and Poultry  tt is very important to keep your  horses,, cattle,. sheep, hogs, and  chickens in the best possible condition. Disease amongst stock and  J������ouI.ry always means a big money  OBS. Watki os* Stock and Poultry  Tonics fed ac^psrdakig to ds_ections  will keep yoi_5*st6,sk and poultry in  a good healthy condition, making  them: less .susceptible to disease.  For, increased egg production-���������  snakes hens lay. Feed to little  chicks as a good conditioner.  Stock 'Tonic  ���������Contains the proper amount of  sales, diluents, cprrigents and laxatives to insure well conditioned ani-  mais* In this _onic you will find  lust the right proportions of stizrsis-  iants to promote and en-courage tbe  right functioning of the peculiar  organs of the beasts.  ____������ Watkina Loass-Kilisr  V. MAWSJON  WTAKSTTm I  ������ ������  _l -uJL. -v    _l   j_-_ijr__r    .  The non-appearance of the Review  last week is due the fact that unexpected developments in connection  with Reclamation Company affairs  necessitated atrip to Victoria, and as  it wasi impossible to get back in time  to issue a paper we too__ occasion to  make our annual call on Dr. Afithony;  the well known Spokone eye specialist.  The annual election of Group Leaders in Trinity United Y.P.D. was held  on Thursday last. Those retiring  were Mass* s Edith Cook and Violet  Morrow, and Herb Lewis and Verne  Cook. Those who will have charge  for the remainder of the year are:  Misses Annie Smith 'and Lily Lewie,  and Lloyd Cartwrigbt and Fred Burnett.  Christ Church A.Y.P.A. were at  home to the other town churches at a  masquerade in ihe Parish Hall on  Monday night last. There was quite  a large turnout and a fire time was  had at amusements of   various "sorts.  fom  .if p  i  U������ P-J_M_9Hti' ,vui&nuii. SlillS   lull  We pay top market price for choice birds  CRANBROOK  MEAT  MARKET  CRANBROOK, : B. ���������.;.'. x  Guard against the Flu epidemic that is in our iriidst"  S Use Oil Eucalyptus, Riker's Bromide Quinine  j*a        Tablets, Wampole's Cod  Over  Preparation*  7L These will ward it off.  w   Ukeielies $3.00.     Small Phonograph $42.00.    Large   w  TL Orthophonic $160, easy terms.    Sheet Music, Books.   Jp  IRESTON DRUG  gj-iso. __f. _s:-_-___f:i,$r  _l*-^r*k  RBBB  BIG REDUCTION  in   for  Purs Aluminum Cooking Utensils  Your Choice at $1.00 each any  article on display in our window  CONSISTING OF  Tea Kettles,  Percolators,  Fry Pans,  Sauce  Pans, Double Boilers, Pitchers, Roast Pans  LARGE SHIPMENT OF  illow Baskets Friced to aell  Secure one of those while thoy last. ���������  pry Goods  ij^jSj^ jjjj^^Hjjftf^^    ^Sj^fflSSH^L   *^^5^S������SS9  QS^S^^^SSj  jh^^ ^^^Z^^ ^|~jB ^HI^^^ ^^^^^  HH MSBSmWLWtt&L   mgn  ____��������� mmmWmf ^S5_3i     E_S9  Furnilure  1; IJ������|>^  1 ^fllP_PHIP  fBWiilillB^^  '*^*Bs -'i. W 'k-t������t^������~lU^a,ri~f*<wU^_������4^a  tW$WM#>j^������^  , -if^kim'^'Ht^t^iem^


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