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 ������.  'r  Wynndel Honors  Pioneer Citizen  "An enthusiastic aaad deserved public  expression of appreciation a. servicer.  reuderred the coRamunity was given at  the old -choo.house at WynndeS oh  Saturday evening, when O. S. Wigen,  the pioneer sSmwbeirry grower pf the  Valley, and thVfoainder of the cb-oper-  alive marketing system afc that point,  was,���������it5s 3������i'_i. IrVigea, guest of. ho*aoiat a complimentary h. hoaaie aaad  banqitet and presentation of a purse  of gold sponsored by the Wynndel Cooperative Fruit G*ro wears' Association,  of which the guest/ had b*������en d irecting  mind from 1912 until three rears ago.  The function was attended by a company of over 100 Wynndel citizens,  and a lady company off invited guests  from  Kelson and   Creston,   who had  ^USv.   _s  p~Gsaiirt������_eti-gJMiCe  iSt   titic- ������?v>6iV-  ing's speechmaking*  The gathering- was ably presided  even* by 12. Uri, manager of the Co-Operative, and after full justice had been  done to a aaagaa Jsk-etat spread of good  things to eat, attention was turned to  the toast list, which was qwate a lengthy one and at which-a 11 the speakers  showed some considerable ability, the  proposers of the toasts being Wynn=  del. citizens, who very graciously  shortened their remarks In ���������order that  the visitors might have all the orator-  ffgst!; honors.   The list of toasts follows:  ! time reputation for quality ihe speaker  believed it to be due the fact that  many  growers   were  cropping  their  Itiftr-etis&Q 'aa monir asi aS������   ������Aaiia vti   a. f<nw.  In renewing the plants he advised giving the land a rest for, say, three  years, and putting it down to clover  and alfalfa, two years, and a final year  ih certified seed potatoes, which are  always  in    demand    at   saftisfocfeory  g. ��������� - ^_j������..  Mr. Wigen enlarged upon the cooperative idea by advancingthe argument that our nation**! success wa&?  just' as dependent on the larger co-  oi-eration as was the fruit growing  industry, and that world wide advancement- . was y oniy possible , through  co-operation also. '**  la eos-eh_d_Rjf Mr. Wigen coin mend -  ed the action of the association in  naming Mr. Uri as his successor in  1923. and assured that if he was again  favored with his usual good health be  woaild a_ all times be ready and willing  to help along the co-operative and all  other- -aevensessis for ihe advancement  of the commtanity and the industry.  Iai handllngthetoasf'Qo-Qperation,"  Mr. Spencer gave some ^figures show-  The _ving.  ������������������CojOperation."-  Wigen;   response  W. M. Vance.  ���������Proposed fey John  by A. Spencer and  : a   "Quest of Honor."���������Proposed by IS.  BatterSeld; response,by ������. J. Wlges.  '���������Our Va8itors."~P_->posed by H. F.  jPttsfcssRii^ respossse yby C. F. Haye_  aad Major Molljiadome.  ...>^*a������::_^it?iirtdus  : ^A^^fl_���������*-r_',^__a-^^:ll->*^^l    *W*  ,   ������������������������������������ ���������__'������������^_y ���������      *V ^^py_.>���������-!-������_-'  ::**j   ������������������a_f?'9     JL-S    and A. McLV Fletcher.      ,  >**!IVahspor_atton.M~P-������posed by J*  Bathie; response by G. H. Taylor.  "���������Os-S* Customers.''-���������Proposed by G.  W. Taylor; response by A.? Brown. -  "That Growers."���������Proposed by G.  Greenwood; response by A. Joy.  "The Ladies."���������Proposed by W. J.  Cooper; response by A. M..L.Fletcher.  The feature of this part of the  evening was, of course, the presenta'  tion of the nurse which was capably  done Z by E. Butterfield. another  pioneer of that district, who in brief  but practical teims recounted many of  the incidents that had demonstrated  Mr. Wigen's sterling worth in the  community as well as Ihe commercial  life of Wynndel.  On rising to reply Mr. Wigen was  greeted with a hearty ovation and it  was some minutes before he could  thoroughly overcome his enaotaons  and proceed with a reply which at the  outset expressed very feelingly and  appropriately the thanks i.t Mrs.  Wigen-and himself foe such a reception and such a tangible token of  appreciation.  In a timely twenty minute talk the  gucBt of hondr told of the "start of  strawberry growing at Wynndel.  This was in 1800 when he had shipped  200 plants from Procter, where he was  temporarily employed, to Victor Carr,  who planted them out, and in 1000 Mr,  Wigen's crop  of   berries got   him a  ���������ing year-fcy year development of husi-  year,  with  , Percy Owles, wno has been working  ai Traii, is noma on a short vacation.  Mr. Shell, who was here last  is a Wynndel visitor this week  Mr. and Mrs, Dunseatb.  Mr?. Manuel of Creston was a weekend visitor here, a guest of Mrs. Grady.  E. LeBarge was a Cranbrook visitor  last week, taking to the hospital there  an  A*vaaVl#%������n&   /vf? ���������fcfKs   ***l**27i������*I*������**t   <"*'.���������_������������������**������*..;������������������������������������  = tr---r* ������������������   ���������ft -- -������������������ -���������    ���������>������������������_������������������������-_._���������-������  who oa Thursday last had been badly'  iniured at the Sssfirsn-*-*? operations.  many interesting features, not the  least of which was the providing of an  excellent brand   of   loganberry  wine  *.<kra ���������  ������.&*_ * i_   uuaowi.  ������������������'BB,ufi  I-<  iva   s^b'jvj M������>������������iuciie iv������m & weekend visitor with friends in Sirdar.  3*. Siingsby of Kimberley was home  for the weekend, and -was amongst  those present at the Saturday night  banquet. '  visit with her  O. J. Wigen.  and son arrived on a  parents, Mr. and Mrs.  R. Bathie, sr.^&nd A. Joy returned  from Creston gq Saturday, the latter-  being one of the speakers at the Saturday, night banqa-att here.  Miss Harrop of Harrop has arrived  at Wynndel to take charge of Division 1 of the public school, as it will be  least another week before Miss Sherrington can retairh to duty.  Mrs. J. J. Grady was called to Spok  ane on   Sunday   daae  to   the   saidden  of  her  son-in-law, Mr. Hook,  that city*  a O.P.I), engineer who took tho berr  ies Into Orna.cioaik in gallon containers which Mr. .Wigen himself made  out of cedar shonks. -Squally interesting waa ihe recital of facta in connection with tho starting of tho Co-Operative Fruit Grower* Association of  Wynndel for the handling of the berry  crop starting with 1012, although it  was not tantil 1014- that tho association  warn formally Incorporated and In this  latter year disposed of about ffiOOO  worth of fa*nIt.,, Today Wynndel fa  thi:������ tiWRCBt arahraglo berry s-hlppSng: point  In tho province, with a 102(1 crop  worth almoaat $60,000.  Ma. Wigou discussed briefly the  priapism the grower iu faced with if  hia< aim ia to produce ben ies that will  c.uttcl shipping any coiaeiclerable distance. Oaa tbtu point ho utaiecl that  berries to etand taavc-1 ������t{ioulu bu j'rum  jtlnitiH thni are -auppifd noc more thfin  throe yetii'U In faucccaalot-. If Wynndel tu-rrta wero taot enjoying theii* oJd  return of $70.   His selling agent waehj likewise that these same clients played  fair with the inspector. Mr. Fletoher  proved himself the humorist of the  evening, aud his stories in connection  with thin toast went over big.  Speaking to "Transportation," Geo.  ������1. Tt-yloi-, dEt.ta-ut supervisor of the  C.P.R. Express, enlightened considerably on features of tho company's  commodity rates, to which eonao exception Staid been takci. at Wynndefi.  And toiaching on rates in general he  argued that It vvais unreasonable to  expect reduction a when the railway  co.j������p;u*.J_tf that operated th_ express  services were ourning not qaiteS per  fcent. on their tnvofltmonu  Bt.riking tribute to the quality of  Wynndel boi-riea wa������ paid by A.  Brown of tho National Fruit Company, Nelson, in roplying to the toaut  to "-Our OuBtomers/' who contended  that It wiih the Wynndel straw berries  that had .aicccct-fully diKpla.ed the  hitherto unben table Hood 1.1 v or,  _Cc>nUnited on I'aige B.  mologist  on "Vanconver; Island, will address a  growers meeting at the old school-  bouse at 8 n.m;. Thursday Mafcf? I0tb;  bis subject- being control of the  strawberry weevil. As this is a very  live subject here a large turnout is  looked for.. -���������'���������-���������  ���������am^^A-  ness with the Wynndel association  and outlined so me off the improved  seivices that had been inaugurated  from time to time until now the organ,  izataon was giving in returns and  accommodation service that was not  excelled . anywhere in the province,  and this sentiment was concurred an,  by W. M. Tahce, of Nelson, in |fettto  his   response. ? The  speaker asserted ] *  that Mr. Wigen's contribution to the J Mr. UowneBi provincial ers*-~-  establishm'ent of the co-operative  system extended outside of Wynndel.  Everywhere he went in the Kootenay  some measure of credit was evesy-  where given the Wyaardel association  and the guest of the evening for the  ���������successful pioneer effort. Mr. Vance  ;w^JoUMly^*p  sen ted the greetings from the Assoei-  | ated Growers of B.C., as well as the  co-operative? locals nioking up the  AssociatedV Kootenay central at Nelson, of which Mri Vance Is raanager.  In replying to tne toast to "Our  Visitor.," Messrs. Hayes and Mallandaine confined their remarks chiefly to  local affairs in���������%:which the evening's  guest had played a prominent part,  the former commending Wynndel for  inaugurating a movement to pay its  respects in worth while citizens while  they are alive, and not keep all the  flowers for the fianeral. Major Mallandaine recalled a very early-day experience in which Mr. Wigen figured  prominently in holding up the work of  a Great Northern track-laying crew at  putting down steel across Mr. Wigen'a  private property. "Our guest," satid  the. speaker, "had on that occasion  proved himself a successful fighter and  he had kept up the good work in looking after the interests Of the fruit  growers ever since."  The "Fruit Industry" was given serious consideration hy D. T. Scrim-  geoair, who sketched the important  part it played in'British Columbia's  commercial life. He also briefly dis  cussed some of the industry's financing problems from the banking standpoint. A. MoL. Fletcher testified to  eleven years' close contact with Mr.  Wigen and certified his' ability to boo  that a square deal was given by the  inspector  to association   clients,  and  Mr., and Mrs. Tooze and family, who  have been on the J. F. Hose ranch for  the past year, have moved onto the  former Noania & Wood ranch at the  Smith crossing, which they have  purchased.  J. Davis,. CrestonV travelling butcher, is buying up all the hides in this  section at a very satisfactory price.  They are being sold across the line, we  understacd.  Strawberry mulching has commenced in this seotion and Reed & Mather  already have about four acres of  plants under cover.  Miss Gladys Webster left on Thursday last to resume teaching in the  school she has charge of near Foremost, Alberta.  Viptor Oarr wan Alice Siding's  representative at the complimentary  banquet to O. J. Wigen at Wynndel  on Saturday night.   He reports  very  5ir3������SrS)8rry Roof  Weevil Control  A practical talk on the above  subject  will   be   given  by  ME DOWNES, Provincial  Entomologist on Vancouver  Island, at  .   Wynndel  Thursday, March 10  at EIGHT p. m,  "_jTfj(i# aft/ ���������mm^tetm\p ���������&^sJ)"������** JHU  Friday,  March   11  SPEERS' HALL, 2 p.m.  This is  a subject  strawberry  jprroWiGir&i are ii-itajlt utleresttic.  m and all should hear this  speaker.  Miss Morgan, the evangelist, and  Miss George "of Creston, were guest of  honor at a reception oaa Thursday at  Mrs. Kelly's. These at homes are giv  ing the former a splendid opportunity  to get better acquainted with her  helpers In the Sunday services at the  schoolhouse.  What is likely to be the last dance  of the season will be held tonight at  the Oompton packing shed under the  Social Club .auspices. The admission  is SO cents to gentlemen; ladies bring  lunch.  Miss Clara Hunt, who attends high  school in Caeston, spent pacticaily all  of last week at her home here, suffering from flu, hut was able to return  on Sunday to resume her. studies.  Alphonse Lel^age snd JS������a?s!st Senesael left on Sunday for Nelson and  other points on a trip, and are undecided when they will return.  Miss R. Androsof? of Orestoss spent  the weekend here, the guest of her  cousin, Mass Polly Androsoff, reburn-  oaa Sunday.  Jack Garland and '*Slimv* McCaskey  left on Saturday for Spok%ne, after  being employed at the Sash & Door  Company, Limited, for some time.  Victor Miller, who is workingraft the  Sash Sc'Dbov Company, left on Satnr  day to spend the weekend with friends  iraYahk.  Mrs. Mead of Orss^on is s visitor1  here at present looking after Mrs.  Dibley who ass confined to the house  through illness. < -���������'.,-.������������������  The dance at the schoolhouse on  .Saturday night was well attended,  and tbe proceeds go into the community hall fund.  Rev. S. Newby is due here on Sun-  dap for tfe������ aasnai g*aogi^ii3g ssrrisas o*  the Church of ������Jngland.  Mr. ahe Mrs. A. North were visitors  of Mars. Shaw at Kuskanoiok* They  ���������made the trip by buggy, and report  the travelling good*  S.Pascuzzo is making two traps a  day to Kuskanook, bringing home a  purchase of S) tons of hay which he  bought from Mr. Shaw,  On Wednesday evening of last week  a very enjoyable evening ���������spas sgessfe at?  the schoolhouse. The fore part"of the  evening was given over to children's  games, and later the parents joined  in. Refreshments were served and  the affair closed with the national  anthem. Proceeds are to be devolved  to the schoni library.  Mrs. Hi P. Molander and daughter,  Beatrice* spent the? weekend sn Creston on business, guest of Mrs. Charles  J^ansen,^...,^,.^:? <.l^:,<-i.;-i,:y^:4?J��������� y^;^0-  Hi McKowan, who speni -a"weaken  town on business at the Sash & Door  Company, left for his home, in Cranbrook.  Andy Abrahamson is down for a  few days from his trap lane.  Everyone seemed pleased with Miss  McLuhan's entertainment on Friday  night in Hunt's Hall. There was a  pretty fair turnout, and here's hoping  she vi*!ll come again.  Miss Oiga Nelson, who attends high  school in Cranbrook, spent the weekend with her parents, going back on  Sunday.  Geo. Stenson, who is employed at  Putnam, Palmer & Staples, Limited,  spent the weekend in town, a guest of  Mr. and Mrs. Aro. "  T. J. Poirier, pole Inspector for Page  & Hill Cedar Co., Spokane, spent the  week here on bsat4noss.  police    H. McLaren    of  here on  business on.Pri-  Provincial  Creston was  day.  A. McMahon, C.P.R, log contractor.  Bull River, was here on Sunday looking over the McConnell Hotel*, which Is  for sale.  Logging operations of the Sash &  Door Company is slill keeping up as  winter still hangs oa. This year  pronaisea to provide a rocoa-d log haaaal.  F.   H.  Heiee,  the   well know   polo  inspector of Cranbrook, was here on  Tnieeday trying to locate some 80-foot  fir   piling,   lie returned on Wednea  day.  Hurry Redmile, bartender at tbe  Kltchnnei Hotel beer parlor, has taken  a month's hohlays, and  E. B. McFai-  lainc has taken his place.  Our famous Julius Galliard, former  Continental Lumber ate Pole Company  millwright) is at pa-ewe nt time repairing the furnlturo ait the Kitchener  Hotel. He Is hoping the job will last  until tho end of thti month.  W. O, Davis has returned to trapp-  iaaj������ operation* up <3oab River aftor  spendiaag two weeks In town.  Mr. nnd Mis. Chris. jOlnen and ,chil-  dron of Waldo spent Sunday and Monday visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Douglas*- MeX*u*.  Hnri"y Rp^nff*, wsw-np.fj^. "- *^c Sath  & Door Company, apent a. two weeks*  vaeatfon ia Vancoaivor. Hfa ������rr?vp������l  back on Monday.  Mi-s. VanEtten, who has beea here  on a visit with her parents, BSr. and  Mra. Demchuk, has returned to Bonners Ferry.  BtBTH���������On February 28th, to Mr.  and Mrs. Charles Huscroffc, a daughter. ������������������"������������������������������������  Rev. j. Herdman was here on Sunday orning tmaking the assttal fort=  nightly United Church service.  .^^p^iii-rstfrbbi w*1^  seen at Lister baa Thursday- of last  week* which is quite ah eaariy arrival  in this district.  Lister school is now operaiing"1qu  the summer schedule, opening at 9  a.m.  Geo. Chudley and Alf. Wellspring,  who have been working at Klock-  munn, are home at present on a vlalt*  Lister Trading & Supply Co., Ltd.,  are this -week unloading another car  of the weii-known Ogilvie products���������  the sesond car lot within six months.  ,The unfavorable weather that  obtained last mon^h has hod the effect  of keeping the February school attendance downgto 70 per cent, with an  enrollment at present of 23 pupils*  according to the report of Principal  Jenks, Those taking hignest standing  were: Grade 8���������Jack Bird. Grade 7���������  Charlie Mai tho use, Fred Yerbury.  Grade 6���������Peggy Smith, .Wallace Sinclair, Bill Yerbury. Grade 8���������Frank  Yerbury. Grade la���������Randall Smith,  Kirk Beard equal. Grade lb���������Douglas Sinclair, Cyrllle Bird. Manning  Powers. Those registering perfect at  tendance were Kirk Beard, Jack Bird*  Charlie MaltboiiBe, Manning Powers,  Douglar Sinclair, Wallace Sinclair,  The dramatic evening furnished Lister by the A.Y.P.A. of Christ Church,  Creston on Friday was an unqualified  success in every respect. The trio of  plays, us well us the vocal and elocutionary numbers were all well presented and the audience seemed to be  drawn from all points in tho Valley,  the cash intako running to $36. The  three plays presented wero "The Dor-  tor's Mlatake," "A Merry Muddle."  and "Apartments to Let," and those  figurrng in the caste were Misses  EiTie find Kitty Littlejohn, Dora  Henley. Beth Putnam, and Nora  Payne: Jcflory Collin, Prh������oinal Jenks  and Lewis und Keith Littlejohn. Between the acts there were recitations  by MisHes D. Healey and Kitty Libtlei  johu, and a vocal number by Rev. 8.  Newby.. After the programme daaic  Ing was indulged In with Mrs. Lioter,  Mr*. R. He!mo, violins, nnd Jan Hall,  piano, supplying excellent raualo, tho  piano being brought from the Llnter  home for tho affair.  farrat-clfuia land, uulattco ijoud pan lure  html, clo*ie to Urentota1,  fenced, a  n������a*<*a  plou^h^.   CBCG0.    Chuv,   O,    iCoillyi-L'w,  CroHton. IT*  THR   RBJYIEW.   CRESTON.B.   0.  SEMUiSIONllI  Aatiaicrease in savings drf-posits in  Canadiaai banks amounts Lo f>4 aaail-  Laoji  dollars.  Major-L.ienoi*al J. II. OX)-ion, who  has re-signed    as    chief    of    staff    of  Made Book a Success  Confusion Over Names Brought Fame  to  British   Author  Itow a book otherwise destined, for  failure, became:' a success owing Lo  confusion in -iho public mind, is told  by Mrs. E. L.; Tlall, public librarian,  Edmonton, who has aaa autographed  letter of K. IX Biaefcmove. author of  "Lorna Doone."'" Despairing of selling  the book, the English pafblishea* shipped th^e greater part oi the edition  to the Antipodes iai the hope that ii  might find a market there. Then  caane a peculiar coincidence. The  Marquis of Lome- married the Priai-  co'ss . Louise. The names- I-orne aud  Lonaabecame  confused in the public  2ana-Baak soon all ays the  irai animation and  swell--  loaf.'Mils the a nBliiiBpoin. and  ���������oothcs th tnaddeninrr irritation. Where' akin is broken,  teste re or ulcerated Zam-Buaf.  i������ doubly valuable been viae of  Canadian   forces,   wall,  remaiaa   an   the j mind and the rumor went abroad that  service of the Empire."  the   Marcmis   oC  Eorne   was  an  smihj  The  right  to sarlHe is abolished in i vray connected with the book.Interest  i  Portugal hy a decree  promulgated by j  the  Camoaaa   dictatorship.  Dissolution j  of anilitaa-y units which  took  part   in j  the .recent rebeHioai. is jiI-oC" ordered,   j  A remarkable eoiaieideaa.ee was!  ttoted recently in- the death of two!  JBraatsOrd, Unt. reslderais both nasned j  Mrs. Cjiroliaae lb-own. both widows j  a ad both S3 your* oid. |  William Turner. &-1. of lUria>������nt>le. \  ���������England,? has drawn an army pen- j  sion for 50 yeaa-.s, a pos-tofiice peaa- j  for-SO years aaid ;in old age pension'  for  IS.  A  co-tmuittee     will     be  shortly; to   make    nil    nee  rangemvuts   in   connection  ada's   diamond   jubilee   aaa  Premier   W.   1-   Mackenzie  neunc-ed in the- house.  President Cool hi g������ jdgtae-d the l..en-  root-Taber Hill establishing ������a:mt*.u-y  provisions for th>e importation of  3 ii ilk -a ia to the rutted Stales. This  jiett' law widely affect;*, i toper*. ;u ion  of auEEk and dairy produc's from  Canada  to the  United Stages  was awakened and the deaaaand for  "Lornit.. pooiae"' became so great that  tho shipment had to b?v brought back.  * s-������j it  appointed  '.ssaa-v     ;ir   i  with   Can.-'  July   h<*\;,  Kin"     mi-  o a vj*aKB4-������.Vj-n  ORDER AT ONCE  fai���������i���������������i n ���������a������,Miaa,iia������*  Tape's      Dia pepsin"      for-  Gas, Indigestion or  Sour Stomach  -I  J  Allowed to Fly Naval Flag  Official   Church   of   British   Admiralty  . is   St.   Martin's,   London  With   tho exception of abbeys and  \ cathedrals,   the     bust knowai     church  1 in tlae 'l-haglish-speaking'-world ia pro-,  j bably St. lUrta-tin-in-the-Field;*,  London,   to -which   a   now   vicar   has]  jaa.st   been. aippohaUul.   The   parish   of j  St.       Martin-in-tlie-Fiekl.s       includes'  Biaeltingham Palace and    St.    James*  Palace,, and it is therefore the paaish  ehua*ch   of   the  King   and*  Queen,  sand  Pa-iaico   of  Wales.    There  are  iat   the  c'htircU  twt������ Itoyal    pews    and     also  seats lor the use of members of the  Itoyal Household.  The church l& taot jictually used by  aoyalty las the paai.sh ehaaveh, as both  Bucking-hana Paliaco and St. Jaine.s's  I'aluco hfive chapels of their own.  bait, the Kiaag and Qiaeen do on occasion attend services.  St. Martin's is a*eeogaai?.ed as the  oJlieial   churclv of.the   admiralty  and  Instantly! Stomach corrected! You  never feel 1 tte^ sltRhtest distress from  iaa digestion or a ^our, acid, gassy stomach, after yon eat a 1aMet of '"Pane's  IMutiepsrha." Tho moment it, reaches I >������ llius allowed to fly the naval flag,  the  stomach all  sourness,  ilatulence, | ihe -White Erasifiaa.  heartburn, gases, palpitation and paint     Tht!  c]mrc]l during  the war earned  ���������disappeaa*.    13rnggist������: guaraaatee each!  package to coa*re,et digesiion at oaace. |  A Tower ������fStreagth  m ���������������������������,-.  The Suaa Life Assurance Compauy  orCaaaada; .whose, ajmxual aneeti-ug has  just, been held, contiavues to transcend  eveai its own records. This^ year, it,  passes the billion and a'Tiuarter mark,  tho total business paid for during the  yeai* being double 'that of I02I-���������only  two years &go. Tlie Sun IJfci hasnow  more business in force thai* was held  in Camida by all companies, local aaad  foreign, at the outbreak of the waa*.  The 'increase iai new life, assurance in  the States, and .Canada last year was  6 per cent, over 1925, while that of  the Staaa liit'e was 37 Va por cent?  Its -aissbta were increased, dm-inj; the  past year by over $42,000,000. making  the aggregate now over ?������45.2!>0,000i  'The Coanpany's a.ssots exceed Us total  business in force ten years ago. The  rate of Iaaterest earned on its niean |  invested assets during the year a*eaeh-j  ed the remarkable figaare of t>.t>9 per  cent. Goveiiiment'.valuators appraised  the increase in the excess of the  Coanpany's securitie*3 over cost;price  at over ������7,000.000.  Froaai a total stirplus of over $20,-  ���������000,000 substantial appropriations  have beeai matte to contingency, depreciation, and other accounts. The  suan of .^5,371,000 has been added to  tho aandivlded pa*oRts. The total suiv  plus over liabilities, contingency account and capital stock value'is over  534,000,000. The profits scale to  policyholders has doubled in six years.  For the seventh consecutive time ihe 1  Coiaapaaay announces am increase in  the scale of pa*ofits to policyholders.  The Sun Life Company has long  since taken oa the proportions of a  gi-eat national asset, aaad today it  ranks with Ihe first half d-oae-n major  financial institutions of the Dominion,  and in the forefront of the great insurance  companies of the world.  Don't Neglect  Bronchia!? Colds  ^S^7M  ^  ,P-rteajaonia, "Fin" and other danger-  fc*is snaladies ������levelt>p from common  colds. 'To preveai; trouble take BucHcy's  SaisctuEc, It qwc&Jsr relieves *he Ocush  nnd removes the cavaue. Different frona.  t>ad-fach:'oned syrups. It'a a scientific  combination of proven virtues. Sold by  nil druggists and guaranteed.  W. K. Buckley. Limited,  142 Mutual  St.,  Toronto 2    S2������  F!������ E^-Ef' EYE - TEST  aT^L   Biii   tSa 0|4A|^"r  Yoia Caaa -tost yoan- own eyes a!  Iioiaac. No oblifgatioia. .1 u.st .send youi*  name,   at,'c.   and   lildtii-ess   to  CRYSTAL-   SPECTACLE   CO.  97  Kins- St..   K. Toronto 2.  AR-eaats   wanted.   Xiibci-al   Comands������ion.  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  FEBRUARY 27  MAKiNG THE. COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN   (TEiVIPERAs>4CE  LESSON)  :,sa'  End your  cents.  stomach    trouble    for    few  Massey.  Canadian  x  Hoa. Vincent  Minister to the United State.**-, "will [  receive a salary of ?12,f>00 a year and j  ���������will have a staff of nine persons, an- j  chiding     f?ec*t-etat-������es,     according     to -  Jiias\v������.-a-s   ille^i iaa   ilae   House   of   Com- j  i  71 i OtlS. !  t  <?anada"s national debt decreased;  by $S,330,02T in. Januai-y. The total"  net; doM of the l>oaninioa at Jairuary  31 la^t was ?2.S-l������>.033,0^, almost an  even s'ortv million dollars loss than  a year ago. The statement -was issued by the Depart ment of Finance.  For lh<������ oldest inhabitants of Dover  a dinner atid u-f; was given ita the  towat hall. Six hm-.dred, all naore  tlaaai 70-years-ol-u���������their combined  totalling '1G,2^2 years-attended.  oM  A^������      .**������ ,  ������gJfcAPUL  for ia^elf the title of the church of  tlxo "Ever Open Door," as tho crypt  was kept open at night to house  stranded  soldiers aaad    othea*s.    Even  Us Quality Sells. It.���������The fact that  so inaaiy thousands of intelligent people continue to use Dr. TJioanas'  ^electric Oil speaiks volume's for its  healiner emciency. Ever since it was  first introduced it. has grown steadily  in public favor, o*svin*s entirely to its  manifold 'usefulness in relieving and  healing sickness. As a specific for  cuts, burais,   Bcalds, - and  various   in-  Golden Text: Have "ho fellowship  with tlae unfruitful 'works of <lark-  nes-s, but rather even reproA'o them.���������  Ephesians 5.11.  L.essoh: Oalatians 5.13-25.    '  Devotional   Heading:    Ephesians   6.  10-30.      .:  **  toeav the crvpt i.s kept opeai so that t ��������� . .. , .    ,  * ~x       ,      A     ��������� V ... i flaaaamatory paiaasats record is heyoatu  wayfarers   may    have     shelter     tna  aaiorning.  ^7-  ''YeAfi*J$e//es'J6^ft&fh  j?������^*53*..  PgO.-  More,  than   70C   olhc  townspeo  ple who were ttnablc  eeiveu i?i.fts.  to    attend,   re- \  A ta*;\v double violet walla exceptionally large petals has been named after  Ih-iucft-ss Mary oi! ISnglami.  KCASCASEIS,, FOR  B0WEI3. STOBSACH,  HEADACH������,���������  reproach.  Claims Wonderful Discovery  Glean your"livfe as.d cosstipated  bowels to-mght and*  feel fine  A Benefactor  A Tauhlic boneCnctor la ono "Who  hclpn people to be happy. Sucli a  jnnn was Dr. 31. V. Plerco.  It. Is lanpoanlblo to he happy it you  are ranfferlnK���������in pain or distress���������  111, To a*cfitoa'o health and utrcgngth  Jo aBlliig peoplo v.'uh Dr. rici'Cc'o Jnln-  nion, DaarlaaK his lifetime,, ho gavo  U* Hie world n *pa*fecloPB herbnl reimo-  dy in hlfl l^stvorlte Prescription, for  a-erhixirhag tlao health oC weak, ncrv-  otin, ovoa'-wurkod women, nnd thero-  by iaKti'esiwUap; huppinefiR lax tho homo.  Ah a skilled -yihyHlcliih, an honored  eltlwai, Da\ fierce wcib liriowaa fair  taii,*!! iM-jtt* An* lnt-ega*lly sand fad" doal-  liii;, Jllii *j'hf VHiinrnnt r-.aier-rvan Wftfl  dim   io   ihe  u������):ftaaostIonei.l  purity  ot  hlri   TiicfUrhjt.'.n.  Wom.'-n Iai every >vulk of llfo toil ay nn.v Dr. riorce'H Fnvorlto Pro-  aierlpalon hun rehevniJ Iheaaa of norv-  niiinaei-M, weaikaaeKK aaid lciaula-ed Hlfl.  In Ih ;i fi'llnhln aianllclhm n.iide front  rooi.-t ,'inr! licrln*. nolaS hy alraaKRliatfl,  In ImiiIi riulil uml tJiblets. Hcnd l������r������*,  for iritil Jiki*. -inbleiH IIo Dr. Phal'ce'u  i^.bui.^oi j, Ui'IiJiii-but'j;, OkI.  I52P  A   Dainty   Frock for the  Young   Miss  Very appealing in 1hap dainty frock  having a two-pteco Bkia-t. gathered to  a bodice with tlae back lappiaag ovea  the front at the shoulders in an attractive rnunaaea*. 'J'iao sleeves may  be anade long aaad gathered to narrow nvrJFt-hamly, short, or oanlttnrt  altogether aaad tlao aranholoH siaaaply  hound. Safin or velvet ribbon la tied  in a dale how iu lVoatt, Tlao emliroid-  ea-y, as 31lu.stJ*ated In View A, in n  si an pie }<:gypfhan d,e.HSgn aaad l,s very  effoelive whuai work oil In- ai eoaalrast-  lug .shade.  The drepf*. Ko. %7,2Z. is in sizes S.  3 0, 12 nnd M years. Size 1(1 re<-]uiroa  2V.* yitrdri 3d-Inch nialevial, or 1 %  yaarda frl-iuch. aaad n3/a yna-ds rlhhoai  for s-ianh. I'rlcn 20 eeaatH Ilae pattern,  Tho Tranad'er i.iefsjgn l.s No, 111)0  nnd includes Vlgyptlan and Floral  Hoi'dea's, Motil'fi aaad .Spray** (llluo nnd  Yellow). 1't'ice 2!������ eeutH the paftea-n.  The derilgaas HlUBfiTilod in our now  FaubLoaa Book two advance Klyles for  tlio homo droHwrauker, aaad Iho wo-  liann or girl who de������h*cB to wonr gar-  1 mc'iii,-* ale ������i nnd sable \'nv 1nn1e. slaaaplic-  liy i������aad economy will ilud hnr denla'CH  j faiHilled, taa mar prittcrnH. I'rlce of tho  book .1.0 efaalH the copy.  Get a ten-cent box now.  Are you keepiaag your liver, stomacla  and bowels cleaii, pua*e and fresh with  Casearets���������or naea*ely forcing a passage-way every few days with salts,  cathartic pills or castor oil? This is  impoi'tant.  Cia.Bca.rots inimediately cleaaisc the  stoanach, reanove the -sour, undigested  and fcrmeaatiaag food aind foul gases;  take the excess bile from the liver  and carry out of the systeaaa the constipated waste matter and poison in  tlae bowels.  No odds how f*iek, headachy, bilious  and constipated you feel, a Cascaret  tonight will straighten you out by  morn hag. Thoy work while yoai sleep.  A 10-cent box froaaa your druggist will  keep your head clear, stomach sweet  aaad your liver jind bowels -regular for  anoaaths. Doai't. forget the child<reai���������  their little insides aieed a gentle  cleansing, too.  Violinist    Has    Produced"-Varnish    to  Give Strad Tone to Ordinary  Violin   .  Quiroga Losada. the welL-known  yiolinist, assertts that he has discovered,, a varnish a- Mela, when applied  to the ordinary violin, will produce  the .same..marvelous toaaal qualities of  a Stradivarius.  "I believe I have brought hack to  life the magnificent tones of tlae great  master,"   I^osada  said.  "After years of research E caano to  the conclusion that it was iai'the varnish of the Stradivarius inslruiaieaits  that the secret of the amazing  smoothness of sound rested, and 1  have produced a varnish which I hope  soon to give free to the musicians of  tlao world for the benefit of art."  Ca'ilics who havo listened to instruments after watching him apply tlie  varnish say the effect-is stlanost. unbelievable. ' With not more than  thirty-five genuine Strad,ivariuses in  existence, I.osada's theory and  formula, it is declared, are of ga*eat  importance  to  music.  txpianati ofi&. and   Comments  1. Cha*astian . Freedom, verses  13-15.���������-Brothers." wrote Paul to the  Galatians, "you are free from the Law  but Christian liberty does not hieaaa  that you can do as you please."  "A-..Christian man is the most free  lord of all, and subject to none; a  Christian man is the most dutiful soa*-  vaait_���������>f all, and. subject.to all."���������-Martin i.uther.  Liberty and license are not synonymous.-   Do not use your freedom as a  license for indulging  your lower impulses, . batt  live   in   accordance   with  the law*" of love.    "'Flesh" is; used, here  1 foa- "liiat element    of    inan's . nature  ! which is opposed    to    goodness    aaad  | makes for evil. It sigaaifies tlae entire.  i potency of sin." "Through loving ser-  I vice  for    others,"    'continued*   "Paxil,  "you  fulfil tlie    whole     divine?    law,  which is, Thou shalt love they neighbor as thyself."      Paul    here'  quotes  Lev. 1D.1S.  "The freedom of the gospel consists  in slavery to the law of love. The  emergence -from bondage through  Christ is the passing iatto a sphere of  life hi which all the power should act  tinder the dominion of the true motive���������love."���������U.  Campbell Morgan.  Then remembering that the Gala-  tians were pa*one to quarrel, Paul  adds. "Uxat, if ye .bite aud devour one  another���������act toward oaae another like  dogs or wild beasts���������beware lest you  destroy one another." "Mutual backbiting. an<L haired can only .end iai the  destruction of oate another's spiritual  life."  Where two people qaaara*el both are  at fault. "How do you keep yourself froan being involved iai the quarrels?" a member of a contentious  church was asked. "By .letting the  angry person have all the quarrel to  himself," was the reply.  Tier father���������"Last night I saw Alice  sitting in your lap. Don't let it happen  p.gain.    Understand?"  Jlmany���������"Sure; after this we'll turn  out the light.  Mr.  writes:  How To Orcler Patterns  Acid re es���������Winnipeg Nowspaper Union.  175 M-cDermot Are., Winnipeg.  1>h 11 crn  Ko........, Size   i  Ntiarrte  Town  W,  r.    . iiiii*  Mhiard*i������  ���������vin*at!t.  Unlmeavl    for    nmirraal    all-  The city council of u city In India  laas prohibited the killing of aaaad  dogs on the ground, that thoy aro. tlae  same as human lunation and maist  he put into asyluans,  Could Not Sleep  Heart and! Nerves  Wore So Bad  Qoo. Mock, Wiaadaior, Out.,,  -".I maiteaed with any lamrt tuad  aiorvoH aaad could not sleo-p at night for  noiiaos in nay head. I asaaaiagod to  hoop at my avoa-lt uoiaaekow, uutil I  bogan to laavo dijer/y spnlla vhicla got  bo haul I eoaild not go to any work. J.  was afraid to go out any placo, for  vory often I would Btaggor oaa nay feet,  asul eviryUahajj in front of mo would  turn block aaad fade away. Wlallo I  woe homo aide a friend told me to take  J got four boxen  tand by tho thiae I  iiad uw������id tia������aaa tlna  I paiaiia aaad aaojsc!) in  ray head rf'flased  and 1 wnra ahlo to  got a good aaiglit''rt  *c*t. Althoaigh tlaaat  waa aiix years ago  _ 1 linvo niaver latx^ai  taroulakd witli tlaat coauplalat again."  3?rIco tiOc r box at mil al^aleraaa, or  StallcS dhcr.l g;; yccc5;;t aS jia-'.Cw Lr  ���������J'lao T. MUlnam Co., Lfaaaltod, Toroatw  ���������Ctel  All mothers can put, away aaiaxlety  regarding their suffering children  when thoy have Mother Craves'  Woriai F.xtea*minator to give aelief.  Its effects are sure and lusting  Convenience for Travellers  To those contemplating & taap overseas, it wall be Interesting to learn  that the Canadiaai Pacific Kuilwsay are  operating through tourist sleeping  cars from Winnipeg- ameh week to  connect with Bleaaaners sailliaag from  West Saint John, N.I1. doing direct  to the ship's sddo, these cna's nssaare  coainccllou and facilltnle ia*ansfer  iroart train t������> stesaaaieiv JtHHervaflons  jind bookings on these cars aaany bona ado with any ticket agent, of the  Canadiaai I'aciilc.  LOGGERS  Will find Minard's Liniment  iaavaluable in the woods. Clooai  for sprains, bruises, and for  coughs and colds.  ... HtiARjy  li*rnu 13. von Isaceacu, of Vienaan,  is suhl to be thai first woman who at-  (onapled to swim tho Kngllsh channel. Sho anade ha-r first, aifteanpt; In  1S0O.  Children suffeaing froan wovaaas soon  show (he symptonis, ami tiny mother  caaa detect the presence of these pua-a-  sltt-H by tho writhlnKH aaad fradilng of  tho child. Until <i\pollod sind the  Hj'fctcm cleared of thnm, the child  caniaol. regain Us betaUh. Miller's  Worm Powdea-s are prompt aad efficient, not. only for the eradication of  woman, but, also as a tcmer up tor  children that aaa*e i*un dowat in coaase-  aiateaace.  Kxperh-nro Is a gvrail. U-achca*. St.  (oiiohOH us how to aamlie other kiaads  of mlctuUes.  OtWIJia.V NlJnsiDI.tHiJS. VaUey TUvev,  Man., 3 50 aaillcs Morth of liUt-rna-  t'ioiinl ItouiKltaa-y, oft'or.s hoaaie-Ki'OWia  frull, arises gi'uM-erl on harriietit lioane-  grown rool.s. Varlrttlcw l-foonamouibid by  ISxpoa'lraiicaafid I'^irans. Cntalog dcflerlbct  MiecHO - Willi couii'ivrlnona of hui'dlnc.H.s,  Anpl������!, l'biiti, <*ia1������n, Ita:a|.lM'er������������!.s, Sliuw-  IwjriinH, ������.)ian*anlK, (iooaiolivrrloi-, l^|lai<'.<-.  Una-en, Ornaanoiatnl 'J'ret'-s, iflvergi*oi.m*-i,  3'Mi-iMnilad >'lo\vfa'n, 3,'m*ni, VoueUablu ami  ]<*lowei' HcedH. Mirny JJargniaiH. NVi'ile  aaow   for  descriptive  catnlOK.  AVIATION OPPOllTUNITV  Ambitlotas, Inexperienced aaaen  wanted to become Airphuio IMlots,  Mecditiaalclains, etc. Vea'y low tulthan  a*i\<cs. Wa'lt.e 'Box yac, Paiterboro,  Ontario, Tor fuvlher Inl'ormatioaa.  mm*mmmvmwmmmmmmmmimMmmmmmwmmmimmmmm������^  BAK13HS' 6vENS--Waito for "cata-  loguo nnU list of used ovens.  Hubbard Oven Company, 1100 Queen  West, Toronto, Ont.  "���������^p^p.  COUGHS  i  Doctai*s  in cot.  vouch    for    Miinnrd'n  ,   ST H & R A PI O W Nao:S  u,m     I        Hoi* my lr������*l������al r.M������M������BT������. ������r  r������l������r������ mall   lt������������  I       &.LNCLKatCUe������.C*.U*y|t-at������*hM.NW.IXM<la*  ^tda^Jtt^aWu&M.  mammmmmmmmmmm  nmtm si h  TITR  KEVIEWj  YTRT-PK-TVYNr  n  Growing In importance  Treat Colds Externa  For~ sore throat, bronchitis or deep  chest colds, rub Vicks VapoRub braskly  over tlaroat and chest and cover with.,,,  warm flannel. ,    ���������  Vicks acta in two ways���������both <3arect:  ubsorbed like a liniment aaid inhaUd as  a vapor, A quick relief for the cold  troubles of ail Che family.  ;had; 8eehy.p|f??tUe^ea:gufe',  British Kahpiire^ahd    its'  Ovbr 2f Million Jars Used Ybariy  HTii-rnca  *S1ST  Araniea   Undergoing   Intensive   Training    in.   Defensive    Cb������rnical  Warfare  The   auiiOuiicr-neut "by   The   Freiaeh  Mautstrv of War to the cfleet that  Itciuid flame-tln'owing squads will  soon be incorporated  in     evor\     bat-  1...1  iai  is  in  talion-of the French Army hiss  the disclosure  that    every    arauy  Europe,   including   that,  of France,  now undergoing intone ive a raining  "defensive"   chemical warfare.  The French army is- anaintaining a  la age'gas school at Aubervilles, near  Paris where hundreds   of officers  are  l-nfluencc      of      Canada      in      League  increasing     Says     Viscount  Willingdon  - - Caaaada   exercises     a   ..-position     of  growing imporlaaice in the league of  Nations,   His   Excellency     the    Gov-  ���������nor-General,   Vide dubt    Willingdon,  told   the     ananaal     aneetiaag     of     ihe  League   of   Nations -Society   in   Can-  nthi   belt?, at Ottaw-x.    Froaii -"hat he  lies? said, the  anpli;^?yand its "reiaresenta-  tiv;es .liolctiia gre'ait position in they  'couiieii;^ "anil  Canada  ia',';'bhe^--'bF:thg.,..,^a'*incipal   parts of tlur  Empire^   aaid?   her   delegates,, as   she  rises ih   natlonhood^y^ilp liay:e;,aaaoro  :aaid;|a7fwe;'influence/'    _��������� ^" *""'-*'  His Kxcelleaiey?-' emphasized the  value of ihe League, in that it made'  it possible for foreign "ministers of  different nations ' to get together,  "and a few,���������hoiaa*s\ conversation is  worth, many months of -tlae exchange  ot' dispatches." ������  Sir Robert Borden, .past pa*esideut  told the meeting that he wanted to  emphasize the fact "that upon every  one ot us rests a direct responsibility  for the peace of the world. The status  of the delegates to Geneva ^depends-  upon a strong, virile - public opinion  behind them, and ������ believe Canadians  are realizing this more and* more."  The president, Sir George Foster,  stated that one of the thiaiga which  made him hopeful for the future was  the amount'/ of moderation and caution sis-own by Great Britain, in moving iai the perplexing Chinese prob- j  lem, stating it. was the influence oa."  the League of Nations which brought  about such a condition of  affairs.  reti  BOy. .ur^r������5;,w��������� ,:  '���������"' It'''doesn't   cost   much  to   keep   fthe  youngsters dressed in all the pretty colors of the5 season!    Buy less, se\v less���������-  .jand     Diamond     dye     their     dresses,  ���������ayatsts,, blouses,  etc.  Home'dyeang is easy. It's lots of fun. V  The results are perfect, when you use  real dye.   Right o\-er other colors, any  kind  of material, in   an hour's  time?  Keep  your'own  clothes in  style, too,  by   making/thean   the  newest   9ha*Je&T  Also] the drapes and hangings in your"  ���������.hoane-......���������-,���������...;���������; ;.,���������:...;;'.; . ,;:������������������.���������','  . FREE for .the asking, at anv drugstore: the Diamond . r>5'c Cyclopedia,  ���������full of suggestions, with easy direc-  tiona. y See actual piece-goods color-  samples, Ot -Write for free illustrate*-  book Color Graft to DIAMOND  DYES, Dept Nih, Windsor, Ontario. .  M^eii NEW~f<6~r l������ c���������st.  Radio Beacon Successful  Directed Course  of Airplane on  Night  Trap  ' Successfully completing an expert  ment with radio beacons a Stout-  Ford three-motored 'plane landed at  Detroit, Alicia., after a night to Dayton and return during which it was  guided every loot of the route by directions received by radio. The  fii*rhl wan Siiid to have been the Ursa'  ia history of aviation in which a  'plane -has : been.' guided perfectly 'by  radio froan separate fields, with the  -messages .being tabulated in co-ordi-  hatiOn." " ''''.'���������  '.  It also marked 'the.first use" of the  radio beacon for commercial aviation.  .'? The beacon is a device by which  flights are guided from' the landiaag  and* star ting fields by. messages* written in radio dots and dashes on a  chart in the cockpit of the 'plane. The  pilot was kept informed of his course  by the information on his chart, the  slightest, deviation being registered.  Say T6b* ffovate Star*  So say* all whose work; ia  hs.rd after they; toy the delicious, i*a*������igomt-in*s refresh^  ment of Wrigley> Double  Mint. ^-r^r  I  ���������**  I  tri  xtr  Little Helps ror ims wee  Ir  u  ' Hey rth**a������loveth   no t    knowe th  God; for God is love.���������1 John iv.  not  b'.  and  rossssses  lonai  Powei* of Concentration  Can-  Some Interesting Legends  he latest, phases  a ���������.._������-j;  ol'  chemical ������������������'"'���������fighting.*  France, like all other f-igaaatories  oi' tlae Treaty of Versailles; -undertook under Article 171; Mot- to use gas  in   faatiare wars, but her at may leade-a*s  *������ Traditloar Baefstsate Was  Discovered   by   Roman- Senator  Tradition   has,it   that, the  Boiaan  Eaiipcror Trajan ordered Lucius?Blau-  cus, ai senator, to aid in the duty of  offering  sacrifices     to   "Jupiter." The  ;������a*e fa*aakly skeptical.   - j senator  In  view   of   the    re cent? revelation    beneath  aiictt.  Uermniiy   is   working  night,.and  tiny   to   perfect   a\yp , new   gafees?y one  .said   to   reudcr   .harmless"., all   liiiowai  toi-an*-. of gases, and theypther putting-  v.hole armies to sleep fo;; four:hours.  nnd the cryptic  ctateiuoiu  emanating  from high officials at Moscow several  *vea?hsitgo that "Itu'ssia _woaald rather'  iaot dascUss what she    is    rloing    iu  <'huaiaictil' wrirfaa-e,   the   Fa*ciich   arnay  ehiofs  feel  that they   are  conapiej-ely.  justified . in . their extensive defensive"  prepiiratiq^ais.  ......  Naturally e-noaagch. Aaneraeiah e\-  pea:ts who have made "anvestigation or  tlie "\var. gas, situation in Ipnrope  found' the French arguments practically the same as those applied by  1 he araaay heads of other European  afations. 1-Jvery country promptly -rejects Uae idea tluat it', gas preiaaai'Ji-  4tio#-':'isy''''"*^'ytV*ahig but for defensive  ���������j|pua*poses.  f|| Italy and- Ilolgiuna a-tay they ni*c  jSioa-ced to build tap.,foa inidablo cku'uaa-  y-lsave     chemical   warfare    depsartanemts  thought   that   the   work  was  'his   dignity,   lie   refused   to  obey/ but was   dragged  to  the   altar.  While   the...0*5, that  was   sacriiiced  to  the   heathen   god  was  being roasted,  tlie'"-'senator  inf contempt   tore   off   a  piece offthet, meat and ate it    To his  surprise "it ^ra^ very palatable.-He cut  other. slietes';.ia.ua',:-.bi?6iled ilaem for the'  ���������ilatc.esj^who were present. ? From that  lramheaat-tlae fR������an&3 ?..Begaii    to   like  '*beefstea^^'i(and  before 5long the old  styles of Roman cqqkorj- gave way to  the Plaucus style. ;?^?yv,  'It  is  said. 1hat the  sii-loin  of beef  owes its name to Charles IT. King of  England.  At dinator oaie day he was  .so...much pleased with a piece of beet  that "lie asked the name of it.  "It is the loin," was the reply.  "Then, said the king, '"I will knight  it;  henceforth it shall be Sir ?Loin I '���������'  Rules on Alberta Coal  Outstanding    Characteristic    of  ada's Minister to U.S.  , Massey. '��������������������������� possesses ,������������������;. exceptional  powers Of concentration, and when  interested ih ?a-.'��������� business project, the  prepaa*atiou of an address, or the  presentation of a new: play, has the  anility to' insulafe himself 'against  any disturbance and let the world  go by.' He has been known to; worl?  on a problem with deep intensity  fOr days at a^ tiane, and wllen he has  found a solution to be as pleased as  a.boy \yitla a new .mechanical toy.  This power ,ot concentration:..was  a characteristic-that caught the at-*  tention of members of the war cabinet. I rente anber hea-ling the late  Sir Jaanes I.ougheed former Minister  jof..the-,Depara^neiist,o������vSqldiea;s' Civil  ?Ee-establishment sayy'Massey. 4s a  remarkable, young man. He not only  has a trained:mind, but he has tact  and the ability to tinite the efforts  of those around him, to an unusual  degree.    I believe he will go far."  Aaiother .factor in his success has  been his i'ealizatidii of the yaltae of  time. For years he has inaihtahied a  schedule which has been the envy of  his business ..associates* He lias a 'record, for .punctuality that would make  an. alarm clock ashamed, of its short-  coaniugs, imd his pi-ompttaess in acknowledging his personal correepon-  "clence has gained the adaiiii'ation of  ���������?all--w-hQ.*:.'k-uow, hian^.;.v:l,:r, ;���������:. ;V--.;,-  God is  love  saith   the  Evangel;  our world of woe and siai ,  Is made .light fchd happy< oulj^ wiaen a  ioye is^shinlilg in..     '������������������ y ���������?��������� *?  ���������John Greenleaf Whittier.  Have patience with our loss and pain,  Qui*   troubled    space    of   days    so  small.  We^shall^iipt reachjoui* arths tn vain,  - ^'For liove1 shiall 'sayefyus-' all;  ~'f I S * J $' :r % %, H���������Celia Thaxtea*.  The ypressure of ai iiand] a kiss, the  caress of a child, will do more to  save sometimes than the wisest sar-  gument even rightly understood. L.ove  alone is wisdom; love alone is powca\  And where" love seeans to fail, if is  where self ban stepped between and  dulled the potency of its rays.  ���������George MacDonald.  ������J| s^.  ���������s; Bm 2 mm ������������������������ '���������   '^^ ^. m m m*4E*s\:^a������  aTlS-CHiii^ -vy-^^ss^  That keep you awake and rnakc life  miserable arc quickly:, relieved... .and  soon disappear under its healing and  25c    50c  ���������''���������'���������'-���������-. Larcombe   Receives ��������� Appoi htment  Samuel X.arcombe, Birtle, Man., has  resigned  from  tlae  presidency  of the  Manitoba Agricultural    Societies,    to  become aaa adyisotyftd-*tho??pr  government 011 Agricultural ?probl&is|  ^  Evidence  Coal   to  ^because  "all   the  other  countries  Jive  If loang it." \';.>������.-���������-.-. -J  A   Tlaonsand   n   Minute  One ilioaisand dollarsyivv,-miaiute for.  i;neaa iaainut.es was ihe'record es'laab-  ���������i;jli������laed nt Monte Carlo Caisiuo 'hy a  f'?young .Favnch.man, .Tulo"s Regiiler.  klllo pocketed ^S.OOO 'fnahcK 'Iksfwoeh  "Voa-klnll;*. nnd sruantorod nail to  diaanea*.  on   Rait   R-ites   on  be  Heard  June  7  There Is much anxiety felt, by those  who ciro urging lower rates than $9 a  ten on;Alberta coal f toy Ontario, as,, to  whether theve is any; possibility of  getting a. decision iai tiaiae to be of  :iaay; nsai3tai).ce this yoat*.    ,';: ;y;  ^���������he hoard of railway coaninission-  e>i������ to. OiVhidh tlae auestlbn was res.-.  I'orrod. riiledi that statisttclaais "repro'-'  smiting  Ontario  aaid  Alberta oil  the  Bonds Strong As Steel  The British Empire is held together chiefly by bonds of sentiment. St  is essentially modern, and how it is  going'to work out nobody icuows. But  in the Woaid "���������War"'it was put to a  severe test, and the bonds; of sentiment at that tiinc proved about as  effective as. yif''"'they liad been iaiade  of steei.:���������Cincirin ati Times-Star.  Alcohol for running machinery and  tractors on Hawaiian sugar plantations is; made from molasses, a waste  by-product.  Gairie birds .are fattened in? Loudon  Zoological Garden's by using artificial twilight to induce the birds, to  eat often.  RS PRAISE  BABrS OWN TABLETS  Mrs. ?U M,  Brown,    Walton,: '���������������������������'N.S.,  says:���������"l  cannot  recommend  Baby's  Own Tablets too highly. I have found  them   invaluable  for  the  ailments  of  little ones."   Mrs. -Brown's  testimony  is  the  same as that of thousands of  other niothers  who" have    used    the  Tablets.    To use them once is a.sure  guarantee  that they  will  always  be  kept  in the home; as  long  as  there  are  babies   or yonai'g children  to  be  care'd for.    The  Tablets  are a laxative���������-mild but thorough   in   action���������  which never    fail    to    regulate    the  stomach  and  bowels*   relieve constipation    aaid    indigestion;     break    up  colds   atfd   stmpie >'fe~rea*s  'and. iriiake  the . dreaded teething' period easy. In  fact you banish all    the    minor ? ills  from'-'������������������which,  little   ones   suffer. ' -The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  or by  mail at  25   cents  a  box  froan  The   Da*.     Williams'     Medicine  Brockville, Ont.  0������  In Ilao, an island of French pos-  scssioai iai the mid-Pacific, rats serve  sis mediuans of exchanga?, and ., with?  a suflicient. numbei a anau can buy av  wife. ...... .  " ;.._.,.  ;  ' ' '      ' 1    11 11.  <i   _   ��������� ~^���������^a������aa������������y  '-.'lor  ��������� ?j, Canadian   A|*iples   Exported  s^ltatlsties Hlaow a.haa, ��������� t'aaanda |aro-  -fi'duced last ya,*nr (tne barrial of apples  ^.I'or e\ea-y three personw. Most of  ���������"'''i'lhena woi'd exported., anal Ihiu-e wsis  ,'f?h.-t't for honin ci.nsaunpi Ion ahoaat oaie  ,;.'hl������pli,'   for   every   ll.aa'(>n'; ���������pi?:,a,V:baas.#l ;������������������: "'-  dn-rfs J ono hand, aud tlae  two railway companies  oai  the othei", get together on  Maiy .17,- to. .compare1 their foranulas,  and tho board ..'will hear eyideaace oai  June 7 as to tho cost ot moviavg \aaiu  loads of coal to Ontario,  A public school H.vsloart in Uuftshi  vvur lU'st organized under Alexaatder  U,,:.ubout-lJ?<i'>.,. ,.."*���������       .,   "  Embarrassing Position  iuxpcociiccn ssy  Ml Haa .T������*anne Ghanberg, Bronx N. Y., wiilea: "I had hoeoaaio ac-  cURtomi'al to arising each day with 11. heavy head, dizzy and bad  tannin In aaay mouth. My bowels were I'rcquontly ologRotl uml coaa-  stlpaated. ()i������- daij I booanao so sick to my tttomaoit X hud to leavo  nta ianportant Job and go laoaue. A friend advised aate to taiko  CAIlTl-MiS UTTI.K U.V1.11 i'llJ^. . feel greatly rollcvecl salnee  .UHlaag fhean naad.whenever any Ktomach and bend goe>? bud again  I'll certainly know v/hai. to do."  tiAUTlOlf.S UTTI-,"**: I.IVPHt lJll.r.SI airh augar coated, .<.11.aH, eatfly  to sw"a������lo%v. purely vegetable, and relievo the bowelfl Trea from'pain.  Thi-y I.0.11 h.; I In- ^.aal������'iJi nh Jhti.v iue '^Ui"������-iy vegeiuii^. ami do not.  cam tain Mercury, llalomol or other pokmraoaax dnagH,  CAItTI;:if.S Um.v: UVIUI PILLS, 2r������r\ mad 7F������c. red imnlaagnn.  Have Knowledge of Surgery g  Seme   Birds  Very  Adapt  at   Dressing  Jr-elr Own Wounds  ,-Certain birds are said to possess /aa,  Wonderful knowledge of the prlnel-*  'pics of sairgery. The woodcock, the  partridge, .and some othoi's are. wo  are told, ttble to dress fheia- wounds  With conshierablo skill. '   ���������  .? ?A Fi-ench. naturalist say a? that on  several occasions he has killed woodcocks that were, wheal shot, coiij  valesclng ia-oaaa wounds previously  received. :y  In every Instance he, found the old  laajnry neatly dressed with down  plucked from tho steaaa of fejilherfij  aaid skilfully aanauge<l over the  wouiul, evidently by. the long beak of  tlao bird. f,  ., In some cases a ������qlhl plaHtea' waa'  thus formed, aaid ha,othoa"s llRaturos  had beaut applied ������o Avounded  broken  limbs.  FOR.  COLDS  pja."  SI aaaaaauajegra'^..       ���������*>���������������     ���������^MBarnrOaaaav. aaaaaaa   aaaaua <aagna  Sy   JLX%>i-L ^1  Proved safe by millions atid prescribed by physicians for  Canada's Preventable Fires  Xitial. year Camilla had uvea* live  thousand fo*if*sl fires hua-uing over an  ai-eia of nearly two anilllon aea'es of  which, accordlaag to tho Naturaal lie**  sources Intelligence 'Service of tho  Department of the Interior, 00 per  cent, were caus-n-d hv human -i^fncy  and eareh-i^snesf-.  7D() tons ol' brhiaaeiu*h per day is  the.' product of a machine for e>:eit-  vaiing peat from Minnesota pout boga,  The Terailoaial Uistoiicat Museum  nl .riuioini. AlttMlui. conlnius 20,000  I'^sUlano  furhns and  aclles,  Colds Neuralgia  Pain Neuritis  Headache   Lumbago  Toothache Rheumatism  DOES NOT AFFECT  THE HEART  \V.       N.        Ii  I (>(>!>  WARNING!  Beware oi Counterfeits  There as oaily one geauaane  "ASPIRIN" tablet. I? a tablet as offeree! as "ASPIRIN"  and \* iaot si.imped with tin*  "Bayer Cross "-re false it with  contempt-it k n*ot"A SPI RIM''  {    at alll Don't take chances!       >  Accept  only   "Bayer"   package  ���������whlcli contains proven directions.  TTiaaady   "JJcayor"   hoxcta   of   12   tablcto.  Also "bottloH of 21 anal IU0���������l>riig{{ia.t*.  ABDlrln in tta������ tTm������������ marJc (rrirl������t������-r',(i in OAnoda) or ainycr Ma������Harru*(aar������ oa M������a>o*t*oaa������-  ���������Uildeiitnr of Hnaa<<,\'lii'ul<i (Ai*������a.vl H/ilU-ylin Ar-lil. "A. K. A."). Wlilln it lu mvt\\\ known  that A������t>lrar������Tn������'5Hi������ linvrr t^l,^nufa^������������������^^^T^.aol a.a.������i������t tls������������ paaailli- twrrtiriMt liaraltallAna.ahA Ttabltttai  t>f Kayrr a'.Htiiuuir will lit������ ������inms,r"t wiUi lliflr sMipraJ trmle iwarU, *li<- '"aJiaya-r CnuB,"  Masm^mmtmmmmmaim&^mmm^tmmmmmmtmmm    ������������������'-��������� *��������� -���������....,^^-^^.-^^M^^a-������JJ^-^.^������^^a^.^.������m-������^������.������m������ ?3?KB ������BBSEOW:> KBTOSW-'  fia-aaOC^Il Hill1  r^ersona  The jtabalee off the establishment of  rnigsios&ry -work in C'eaij-a? In������Sia will  be celebrated with special services at  Trinity United QhttrcH oai Sunday,  Mareli 20-th, -and a. niiajsabnui-y asocial  the foUowiarij-f ������������vt?tni-n^  Fob Sale ob Exchange���������Circular  Bawing machine outfit, sax horse-power Fasrb5,nk5������-S3or*sa engine, Z type,  with 23-inch saw. Would exchange  for team of h*������avy horses, value $350.  iaiinln   AJnavr^  XTaaXn^ 3-Oi  After the special meeting of the Rod  and Giro ;Club which is being held  Thursday evening, March 3rd, some  definite aiswoiincemoemt naay be looked  for iaa conection with the erection of  club building on their lot on Barton  Avenue.  ,W. M. Vance of Nelson, manager of  the Slootsnay central of ihe Associated  Growers of British Columbia, waa here  on a bvsiness visit to the Exchange on  Saturday, going: to Wynndel at night  for the complimentary  banquet to O.  ������*.   ��������������� ajgcn.  Miss Fleming, a weli known Vancouver vocalist, who is leaking a tour  of- f������*G*B has bees* book-ed to appear at  Canyon on Wednessday evening,  March 18th, under the auspices of tho  Ladies* Aid,   The concert will  be  in  tbe community hall, and the admlss- j night danee on Thursday, March r?tb,  ion is 5S t^rats. 1 at the Patasb HaM,, under the auspices  M**. CL ������.. Bennett,    foamed    of oftjh������^Jnd ������un Oinb, ^iw musfe  C^too,  has j������6fc been, chosen stand. J" *J hf ******"* "**������m*������*  rsr. In Fernie s Sadies* commun- 8  Sf������  !������~V������  the adsslsrson is *1=2S ������.������ gitwsttemen.  ifcy oi-ffaaaization, the* Daughters of the jBMa  ISaapirp.    Mrs.   Geo.    Mead,   another  e*K-Cs-estonite8   ������9   a   member   of  the  executive.  cento   Stitales, - which tssSudes1  3 o'elcsfc, and at an afternoon, meeting  ita Speers* Ha... Creston, oa 'Friday,  March iifcn, at a o'clock.  apples that   rolled   east  on   Friday.  Figures compiled by hlua would indic-  I ate that there is not much m>oa% than  A Mar, Todd, employed at the Win-  law logging- operations oa ihe Alexander    limits   adjoining   town,   was  tM.k������eTT, to Oranhronk hnsnital  on F������V1 iru%n 1 ������ 1 *sh t  any last, suite rang from a baaiy  crushed back, which he sustained  whale at log hauling that morning.  TheHustlera Tresis Square of Trials fcy  United Church had a fine turnout tor  I the evening service on Sunday; which  "*r -c | was in charge of the boys, the pastor  A.  Mel*.  Fletcher,  Dominion fruit J taking partpn.y iaa the way off deliver*  iatspecior, was here at the end of wm I  week making an inspection of & car of  ing the invocation. Feed. Burmeti  presided, in capable fashion and gave  one of the three addresses on Tresis.  wot;k, the other two speakers being  Percy Bobinsoc, and the group fender,  W.; :'4.y^B?ras2ofefe,'' with ^im M&n.i'ey  ^ftjinjug*: sn������ eerlpture leesosso 1  of fifteen boys led the singing*  ' vesusar  tJL.  'VW*0 KK'V'aTai'  Operatoars of the 22 trap lines that  h&v& been licensed in this district this  year all report a satisfactory season so  far, and those who have designs on  the atuuskrat are getting ready for  the season's rush, the season for rats  opening ags the ISih and going uafeH  the end of April,  Eleven tables of whist players were  in evidence on Tuesday night for tbe  coHBgaregat-iona! social given-by Ohrlsi  Church comtnttee, the prize scores  going to Mrs. Thurston and Dick Hall.  There was dancing, after the refreshments served at the conclusion of  ctaitde.  Posters are up for the  St.  Patrick's  CORPORATION OF THE  ^OE OF CRESTON  1 1  E! EPYDif*   i I- ��������� -  Ci^ston, B:C.9 Feb. 2, 1027.  Village Commissionecs,  Creston, B.C.  Gentlemen:  YF *5?   Cft������ ^?  Regarding Electric Light service for Creston,  "ling to supply service as follows:  From dusk to I &.m.  From 6 a.nx until daylight, or 9 a.m. when needed.  For two hours one nioitilng each week extra.  Up to 30 K.W., for $250 per month for the first sis  months; $300 per month after that. Contract to run  for live years. Or we will supply you twenty-four  hour service for $500 per month.  Yours very truly,  CHAS. O, RODGERS.  The foregoing is the basts for aw  agreement that the ConoamisaionePS  of the Village of Creston, subject to  a favorable vote by the property  owners  of   the village, propose  to  to be  lighted, and  for the placing  of such infc-arior wiringf, etc, as wi!3  make  the  system   shocjk  and fire  proof, and fully comply with all the  regulations enacted   by tho Cana~  enter  into with   Chas. O. Bodgeraldian  Fire   Underwriters*  Assodia  ers possession'.  O. B. Twigfg left on Monday for  Cranbrook where he on Tuesday ad-  dressed the Women's Institute of that\  town on horticultural mutters and on  Wednesday he was &t> Fernie9 where  the executive of the fall fair had him  iciva a talk on rfruiti vegetables and  flowers and how to prepare thesn for  cja iia va&������������J.aa.  yWm J. Truscott received word oa  Monday of the death at Vancouver of  Mrs. W. D. Moljean, mother of Ifire.  Traseott. Decaased had been a vieifcop  to Oreston on- several occasions and  was well know to people here, who  will regret aro hear of her passing,  Sirs, "ca^ean *v7ja.g a. pmtniBsn!! worker  in temperance and itdugiaus eircies at  the coast.  What is likely to be the last carload  shipment of the 102& apple crop rolled  to the prairie frona Cs*eston on Thursday last beinsr shipped by Oreston  Growers, limited. This brings the  total 6$ cars of apples loaded at Ores-  ten out of last season's ctg|> up tc 145  e������.rra. xui& 15 m fgaiu o* OVSI* 3LSJ p������r  cent, on the 1825 outgo, whicn was  only-i5 cars.  Wait. Ramsay of Nelson, district  public works engineer, was here on  au official visit on Friday, making  an inspection of the work on the sew  bridge across Goat River at Kitchener,  which will likely be open to irafSietia  two wseks. Mr. Kamsay is expecting  a ten per cent.- increase in the grant  for roads and bridges for 1027, which  will provide about $55,000 for the  whole Creston electoral district.  Miss  Elsie   ������ScL,uhan,   elocutionist  and dramatic reader, had quite a nice  j turnout for   her  ffesltal   In  ^���������iaity  1 Ohurch basement Thursday- night last,  [under tbe auspices of Trinity young  j people.   Paroceedipga* /were   given    a  1 pleasing variety" witli'' Voe^a awsBabers'  I by Mrs. Geo. H. Kelly and W. J. Trus>  cott,  and an   harmonica trio  by the  latter, along with Clarence Staples and  Charlie Cotterill.   Miss Ross was the  pianist of the evening.  How to cope with the strawberry  root weevil, that gave the berry growers of the Valley some considerable  trouble in spots in 1926 will be discussed with fchoBe interested at two meetings to fee addressed by Mr. Downea,;  en*coaxaoioj,isi tov Vancouver Island,  who will speak at Wynndel on the  evening of Thursday, March 10th, at  ^[OT only are beers -made by the  **^ Amalgamated Breweries pure  and wholeaosae hy test and delicloutt  to the taste; they are thoroughly  matured beess and rally fermented.  Due to the hugfe brewing and storage  capacity of the Amalgamated Breweries (approximately eight times  British Columbia's present eessump-  tion of beers), ample stocks are always  oa hand, maturing im great casks  "under most perfect and sanitary  eoaditl&B2= All beers arc allowed to  ripen f or periods of about five months.  Fermentation is completed, absolutely,  before they are put on the market.  You are assured of a healthful, fully  -matured beverage when you purdieaje  beers made by the Amalgamated  Breweries.  swags -J������ which beers ^O  ore tnatttreii in ihs   ^  tries.    Vte&ora    are  ccrdiaUy invited So cS  the plants of th* AmaH*  gamaied Breweries.  SB**  txa tbe Amalgamated  Brsweries are assorted  aacouvs? Brev-^sries Lfcrdted,  estmlaaster   Brewery   iimited.  Brewing Company ef Canada  Spring Breweries Idaatted,  and "Vlct^rla-Pboenix Brewing Co. l^miftftd,  for a supply of electric iighfc and  power for the Village of Creston,  at a monthly cost not in excess of  $300.  Electricity will be delivered by  Chars. O. Rodgers at a point to be  agreed upon within the village,  and from thence it will be distribu  ted throughout the village over  pole lines and wires to be erected  and owned by the Village of Creston; the cost of the aforesaid polo  line and wires not to exceed Five  Thousand Dollars, all of which will  be paid out of current revenue.  The pole line will bo erected ovetf  a route that will give the lowest  erection and maintenance cost, but  whinh will serve- every point within  the village boundaries.   -  1  /  This ^advertisement Is not published or displayed by the I&nior Control  Board or by the Govertament of British Columbia.  a,awaaia^aMaMWiMMaMaMWBMMaMMMaM*M^waM^a������wa^aMMwiP������a������>aaw'wMMtB^rOTfTW'.J'. .&ar,itans=gg  tion.  If it can be so arranged, and any  practical saving effected, the Com  missioners wiii consider purchasing  the needed wire and other standard  equipment and provide same at a  nominal advance over oost deliver-!  ed nt Creston.  Property owners will be at lib-.  erty to engage whomsoever they"  choose to take charge of install*  tion, but where materials may be  supplied by the village the.property  owner will be held responsible for  payment of  all materials supplied.  The one day each week on which  power will be available for wash-  in?, ironing, or other purposes, will  bo decided by a vote of tho users as  soon after the system is installed as  su  jigjaaa  l&E  The Village of Creston will 0Ou}may h& deemed neceBmry to reach  leot all  monies  due for light and | * rili-     tOTy  deoifflon  in   8Uob tt  power supplied, and   charges shall!  be  payable monthly at the Muni  matter.  "With tho introduction of electric*  cipal BuiHing, on a day to bo fixed.  Tho charge for light will be at a  rate of 20 cents per K.W. hour,  with a minimum charge of $2.50  per month throughout the year,  which shall include tho usual  monthly charge for meter, which  are to be installed at the expense of  the village.  fin far n������ the Commissioners c������m  ascertain tho cost of wiring prem  isea, which will bo homo by tho  owners or occupants thereof, will  not exceed a charge of $4.25 for  euob drop light no installed, tho  basis for computing this charge  hoing n lire light hiettnllation.  Tii ������ft*5J(f*5i������������i t/.o i.biH tlwra will he a  fnrllicr ohnrgo   that   the   Corn rami������  himnera urn iaaforaned will in no cua-o  oxoeed ^17 for th������ wiro loading  fr<jm tli������ polo line to tho premintt-a  ity tho Com missioners propose to  install an adequate system of street  liKhfcin*nr within the village, and  arrangements will bo mado where*  by thoso desiring to use light after-  1 a.m. may havo it at a charge per  hour to be agreed npon before signing the proposed agreement.  Tho votes of tho property owners on this PlcbiBoito will bto  taifcen on "W EBNiiiSju'/i.Y, um  16th davy of MABCH, 1027, ab  tho Municipal Building, in the  Village of Oreston, from the  hour of 0 s.in, until 6 p.mM  Town Timo, and a majority vote  by those qtialilled will bo deemed  aaa 111 oi ont by the Commissioners  to oxcouto tlao proposed agreement.  W, O. TAYLOB-,  Clerk.  Crcoton, Fob. 21,1927.  You, no doubt9 will soon need one; the  bright Spring days will soon be with us  again.  We would like to ������kaw you our fine Tailored  Suite from $20 up to $25.  Good fit and good material guaranteed.  Also a full line of Trousers iu Fancy Tweeda  ������atid J^itie Merges9 -^^.hj-o no *$$���������%*%* .  \ff\\\\zL^ 1 yW   w!EI%l#af%Mi 1 ILt   %9%3  UM TKD  ^������fSM*i������$t^������t^^  ^jL?!i^'i^aj&-������WBa WWmfli  aSataaaStS  ;ttHI2 '-^IJllESjOpS/. HB YIEW  ..Of  ������   .-���������,^p=>. ���������'���������;--.:'��������� 5'py;y*s;  ���������^T^@a������ss  Anna ^.  ,-lNir,BBpN;?;--  BE^LYOK;.-..  Victor    '  W/vT.Am.-OIXT    .  Dorothy  SEBASTJJ-iH,.  Herbert  BOS WORTH  and many  others  offi  I      Prank Lk-vd  WINDS ^  ICHANCE  "!*T"  R������x.Beach,$Kotnancs of the Klondike Gold Rush  snade by tbe -producer of ^-^eSealiawk!  Kever   before .so startling, so thrilling, so adventurous  and inspiring a story���������aive.'Bry, ������������gt5fc wit*5 men WuO j���������i6  .   all behind to follow the caii of GOLD!  With the greatest cast ever usse^abl^d for a si  motion piciur&  "Our Visitors." was proposed;���������in the  unavoidable .absence of Rev. J. Herd-  nsan���������by D, T. Scrlcngaowr, ably sup-  portee by Claarence Stapit's, -who prov  ed himself an 'after-dinner"speakerof.  considerable talent. Both epoke on  the great good aeeoni plashed by the  fathers making ruea*e of a  chum  of a  ������"g������asi.nd, thelrtttier gave a, strong in-  jriiaCii ota to an y boy n ot con nected with  or going to any other church to join  with the United Tuxis Square. The  toast was well replied to .by F.Knott.  The toaBt to "41he l>ads" was proposed  by Kenneth Davis, and responded to  in happy strain by "Dad" Blinco.  This ��������� terminated the  toast list and  banquet.   Tables ??were   then   cleared  and games and boxing were indulged  in by the boys and- their dads,    "with  the games at an end a  three-act play  was staged by theTuxis Square, which  I depicted a scene of a boy who had been  J allowed' to  roam around  the .streets,  getting into mischief and being brought into the juvenile court, and then  his redemption after joining up with  the Tuxis.   W. J.Traascofct ablypresid  ed throughout the evening, with Fred  Burnett assisting as toastnaaster. ?  ������  iiHi wwwi. ATW& trs  MMiii I* II PUD If I I ��������� Iv Ur i A .fiiii . _  ���������WMUItLVflllla������.l::TIiliD5-';-r  Although Greenwood school has an  *���������������������������*������������.������������<>    ���������������-*���������>..   v������-������v  a-a employiBd.y  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  ' [connection  Shoe and Harness Repairing'  Wr_   W vrsni  B    *tg*     ���������- '^_**������������������?_ " ���������'"<a������    OCf*9  Koneer Citizen  Coach��������� "-*-- ������������������":^ ��������� 1005  f!*mm.f-* - ��������� ��������� ���������^ ��������� ���������   1025  "*"���������������*' "���������"' **~,JT' ""._���������  Sedaii^- ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������ ��������� 1114  Laudau Sedan��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� 1181  One-Ton Truck ��������� ��������� ��������� ~- 823  Roadster Delivery��������� ��������� ���������  lecitides Bumper, Spare Tire, Motor-meter.  SYNAPSIS 0  ii  %''i  r-  PRE-EMPTIONS  Vacant. unreserved. surveyed  -Cro-wn, lands may be pre-empted by-  British subjects over 18 years of age,  ���������and by aliens on declaring toleration  to bacOrae BriaUsb suttf&cts, condi- -  tionrsrJ upon residence, occupation,  and Improvement for orj-rtcailtural  purposes.  J5*uU la-aJtormatlon conceanal-ng- rejju-  iatdonai regarding pre-ea-nptions Is  given In Bulletin No. 1, Land Series,  "How to Prej-empt Land," copies of  which can be obtained free of charge  by addressing-" tne ^Department ot  Landta, Victoria, B.C., or to any Government Agent.  Records will bo granted covering  only Band -suitable for agricultural  , purpoHOfls and whiob Is not timber-  land, I.C., carry Ing* over 5.000 board  feet par aor* west of the Coast Range  and 8,000 feet per acre cast of that  Han������r������.  Applications for pre-emptions are  to be addressed to the Land Com-  raiesioner of tho iMtxd Recording Di-  : vision, in which the land applied for  1b situated, and are made on printed  foar-ma-L copies of which oan be obtained from the Xjand Commissioner.  Pre-emptions must be occupies for  five yearn and iznprovenaents mod*  to value of 910 per acre, including  cle&rang- aind cuUivatla-r ot least five  acren, before a Crown Grant can be  received,  For more detailed lnforaxaatlbn see  the    Bulletin    "How    to   Pre-earn p1  Land."  #       PURCHASE ������  Applications aro reaelvod for pur  cliasav of vacant and unreserved  Crown lands, not being- tlmborlanrt,  for agricultural purporsosj -minimum  prtcoi of atlrrat-alaasa (arablo) land Is $B  per aorty, and second-olaena (sraslnia;)  land $2,60 por aero. Further Information regarding purohauo or leaa������  of Crown lands ia given In Bullotln  No. 10, ijarad Berlos. "Purohaae and  Laoase of Crown Lands."  Mill, factory, or industrial sites on  timber land, not cxooodlaier 40 acreo,  may be purchased or leauod, the con-  dLtlono Including payment of  ttLumpaae.  . E-SQIVSEQJTE   LCAGCii  i Unourvoyod aroas, not oxoeedlnR SO  aoron, may bo leased aa homeultoa,  conditional upon , a dwelling- boini:  oroctod in tho first year, title belna  obtalnabls after ruBldonoo nnd Im-  provomont oondlttons are fulfilled  and land haa been surveyed.  -'r LEAOEG ���������  For graaatlnif and   lnduntrial    nur-  ���������pvmti wriiixa not uxcuaaiw <i>lQ itartia  mnv bo leased by one person or mi  coR.nany.  GRAZING  tinder the OrarlraK Act tho Prov.  Inctv io divided into grixrints diatriot>  auad the maiKo admlntetored under ���������������  aratBEng ., Oommlaalonor, AnnaarU  R-rnzlntr poa-mltn aro litaucd bdaod or,  numboro ranged, priority laolng given  t������> eRtnbliwhed owners. Btoclc-owiaeara  ������iw faiui HMttaointlanti ror J'aaiK'.  mamogoment. Free, or privtlttlly fr*o*  aawmlta ,������.ap������ available f������t* acttlora  ������aa,E������rip������ra ������mi<3 trawollorw, aatp to t*ri  taean.  Washinrgton, berrie-s on  the soaathern  Albex-ta uaarkeb.  In handling the toast to "The  Gt-owerrs," A. Joy, in humorous vein,  described what -sort of a citizen he was  in ihe different seasons of the year;  but with all their failings Mr. Joy insisted that the grower was "the aaaaaa  behind the gun." Gasy Greenwood responded bfcieflys bespealiing a more  serious interest in co operative ssssoca-  atioas by the sha reholders. By keeping; more closely anfornapd by interviews with the managemet much of  th������ grief now encountered coaald be  entirely eliminated.  Mr. Fletcher was 100 per cent, efficient in discussing "The Eiadios," assur-  ing that he 8ov������>d them all, and was  not too raonest to assume that in good  measure this sentiment was recapro-  ca.ted.    It  was this   toast   that  very  SsMlVSiy. E!srG?i.Bas2S4 s/=i������u JJiff^. caaasA.asa Lo,Vr,U|  "Wigen were not the only members of  fthis well-known family. The Taylor.  I?1letcb.et cAtjubinatton producinfg- some  Veise relating to Monr������d's florieuitur-  fttrpi*^:-nuptial activities that rocked  }ihe *tibuse with laughter.  Mr.Uri was modesty personified in  acknowledging the added toast���������to  *8The .Toaetmastei-"���������disclaiming any  credit for the continued success of the  Fruit Growers Association in his three  years as manager. Any success on his  part was due the training he had got  under Mr. Wigen, con pled with the  wholehearted support of the association growers and customers.  Another added toaot was to "Our  Hossesses," in replying to which Mrs.  Slings by pointed oiat that five-women  had been directly responsible for the  ���������altering for the banqnet and respect-  f,ally enquiring if any five men could  do as well.  The evening wais  brightened  up by  vocal nauubers by Miss Severn and A,  $40,992 will be required to finance  Pentacton schools this year.     ' *������  The   Success meat market at Kim  berley has discontinued business.  In 48 hours at the middle February  Fernie experienced a snowsall of almost five feet.  Siiverton and New Denver will combine for a Dominion Jubilee celebera  tion on July 1st. -  Between 1000 and 11*000 acres o������  tobacco hae been contracted for in the  Okanagan this year.  Michel is building a fully modern  twelve rooms school that will cost in  neighborhood of $75,000.  .������������������- Kimberley board of trade is investigating the possibility ~of starting a  public library in that town.  At the father"and son service Fernie  United Church on Sunday the music  was furnished by a choir of fifty boyi-v  As soon as weather conditions permit -work will start on the new $25,000  Roman Catholic Church at Cranbrook.  Pentlcton has been shipping 10 cas������  of apples a %vee^ f^rsorae time and hy  March 1st every apple wall have been  marketed.  Kaslo and District Fifteen H n ndried  Club is an a very healthy condition financially, closing the year with assets  totalling over $ 10,800, and  no liabali  tiet������. '.:.  With the aid of a $800 giant from  the city council Cranbrook paablic  iibraary got through She year with  $3.35 to spare. The librarian is paid  $16 a month.  Kimberley is of the opinion that a  deputy sheriff should be located an  that town, and the bourd of trade is  is trying to get action on such an  appointment. '  PREMIER   QARAGE  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  opOJ-iCcrS  \X7  J.  Cooper, piano;  and 0: Liant and R. And est ad, violins.  Wynndel hi to be congratulated on  on the bplendid success of the evening.  The large and representative turnout  was most gratifying, and cortuinaly the  decoavations, the service, arid the  abundance of good things to eat nnd  drink could not be excelled, atid well  deserved were the compliments freely  paid Mrs. Slingsby, Mrs. B, Ua������i, Mre,  W. J, Cooper, Mra. J. G. Abbott, and  Mrs. W. Towflon, who made np the  ladles coatunittee aaad whoae efforts  were so ably supplemented by ������u corps  of willing -asti'sManf s of young men and  ladies.  The at home conclaadeil shortly be  midnight^ after which* tho hull wua������  o'oared nnd the yoaang folks vot^nded  o!T the occaislon with aa. dance in which  the Nelson visitors weave oa^������ir par-  tkipnntii.  Father and Son Banquet a  History was mutlo ait Oreston on  Monday night In the huso meant of  Trinity United Church when aa, tiiniqiao  ���������evi'nt, an th-e form <of a FAfcher as-nd Son  banqaaet wi������b Btnged by tho Hn������t},lerH  Taixiti Square, Two tables Htretchlng  the faill li'iigth of tho hull, lad tip uith  tho firaoat of good fut'e tand arovaaad  which wore HiMateci aibout aalxty dadaa  and bays, who dial faall jajBtSctJ to tlao  jjoasd things m*ovl<3tMl.  This bnaac|n<*t waan oponod by Banuyor,  whl������-]i wim hiiii)( (ay all, im'i.^i' whicii  tho toaat to '"Oummha, Our Cn������ii������atay,"  wnin s-oapaaaads-d to with tho Klai.gi������ag of  the nation ml aaatheiai.   Tho ne*'\> toaat*  Aj*      am.  DEPARTMENT OF LANDS  NOTICE  Application for Grazing Permits for the  Season of 192?  AppllofttloaiH for parrnalta to fi-ras-.o Hvcstook  on tno Crown KmiRO -within aaiy amzine  diBtilat of tho Proviaioo of Brlttah Columbia*  must l>o ftlod with tho District "ForoBteratForb  O(joitfo. KarnloojtH, Nolaon, Prince Kiipoa't;.  Vanoouvor, or WllHama Lalco, on or boforo  Maroh fllBt. 1027.  Blnaik forma aapota whtoli to BtabmKt applications may bo obtained from tho District  FovoBtora at tho aboro-n������,mfa������l places, or from  tho Departmoiat of Iaia.n������la at Vlotctrln. 11.0.  &. 1-tVNAltaSN,  Deputy Minister of LaiulH.  Donna*tanoaat of Lamia,  Vtotorla, B.Om.  Janvaary <t, 1D27.  MINERAL, AOT  FORM JP-  Certificate of Improvements  NOTIOB  MEAT MERCHANT  JTRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamroch Brana HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEEh? PORK? MUTTON VEAL* LAMB  BURNS9 IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases egg prodaiction and produces better poultry.    Buy the best.  D&Fot*est St GrosBeyj  1  I  iS TMELMTESt ������8? 82M������m  Installed in Console  Cabinet made  by McLagan,  Cannot be surpassed by anything in Radio.  Lower prices and <3an give easy terms.  Will be pleased    I  Kto  have you  call  in   and near our machine any _���������    -  evening.    Everything in Radio Batteries.  BEVA  ^yi,.^.,m������������.....r...,r......ji..i....,iw...i.i  May Day and Pink Diamond Mineral  Claim*, mftuatm in thm N������t$on Mining;  Diviaion of Kootenay Diitriet.  Wli urn looatarl:   Ahon fc f.hro������ nillofl frona Yaailr,  TJVKl'fi NOTIOK th������t I, A. H. Qroon, aotinar  aw ������m;<!iil for J-iOwIh Uanvlori. wmq Mliaor'H Cortlll-  catn No. HtVUdO, laatnna, wlsty dayw favaan Iho  daitti liomof, to apply to tlia Mlailuu Jtoconloa-  for 11 CortUlcato of Implovoraonto, for tho paar^  Ihiki! of oltt^tliilitfff u Oi-owai Oif^nt lo tin* itlwivnK  olaUaiaii,  Ami fui-tVana* tau������ notkao tlaat. notion ������in(T������u-  Hwctlon H/J. tnaaHt 1>m (���������(n������iinnai<-^<l before than  |n<nann������A of HU<*h C1������a*llnlrft( ai of IninroroaaaitiiNa.  U������tl-������rl this ������Ua day at Jnnvary, 1IW7.  A. H, GltiniCN,.  GENUINE ASSISTANCE  TO FARMERS *  Tliafc this Bank is anxious to mstet the ftffiaV  cultural development of Canada is sbuown.  iby tne tact tlmt -fogyp.������taiiffdb oj otsir boirfl^'CTiai.j  leuotomera ate formcrti.  Ana application, lor crm&lt from you will  bo cjlverfi tho txioct coaota.'i-cato fcrctatgacnt*  aMaww*mtiM������MiaiMaaa*aaMa*B������Maa������Mamaaaaaaawaiaaraiaiiaaja������aMiMa^^  ^H^  JL JljLS3?       >wjf������JL^������ /CTk-Birf^JljifnL >V^!      AJrXJLX^ mmw%tm  ^atfrNTaBW   aUihdaaaaa ^^Kaaafe      .^avTaaTaaafc     WMmm.t aaal^aaTaa aaB aaaBBB^Bat aaBBaaTaaa .^aT������Ja*Baa, *4*aa1r*BaBBa  OF COMMERCE  Cmpltsl P������Od Up $20,000(000  K&aexve Fund $20*000*000  Creston Branch ~ I>. T. Scrimgeonr, Manager  iMMMNWMMtWM"  .umtmtm  ������*Ww##������*B������*i4i!������������**^  mm  tm,mmmml'Lm,\&.mlum������^"im\m  Wraps at The Review THE   REVIEW,   ���������RESTON,    B?   C.  Healtk Broken���������Lost 66 lbs  ��������� {t^.T :;"���������*������������ ���������a-.c*a.B-;B"  r-Utafa^a wiercaunl* formerly ciiyofficer, tiin&oivh by  kidney trouble. Wasted from 201 to 13S lbs*  "Tanlac restored robust health; rto$v  weighs 217 lbs. and feels fine  Total Eclipse of the Sun  rbalias Sequin's grocery nt 285 S!-  Patrick St., is well known iaa Ottawa.  Mr. S?ecinin was formerly a police  olik-er. When ill-health seized ham ho  lost weight rapidly, yl had kitlaiey  trouble for 0 years,'** he tells, "aaad  was given up as a hopeless case. Many  tanaes, from sheer weakaiess, I have  fallen whore 1 stood, aaad had to be  helped to my feet.  ''Fains racked my entire s*ysrcaia,  especially my back) which felt like*  splitting Needless to say. I ooaild  neither"csil aaoa* sleep normally. Weak  spells atid nervousness would leave  me trembling all over. I laded away  ������������������: from 201 to 135 lbs., atad triedendless  treat meats arid remedies in those 6  years, without result.  "I had begun to despair, and wlaen  a friend advised. Tanlae 1 was skep-  1 icul. But one naoai th'.s regular use of  this wonderful anedauiiae cotiviaieod  3no that I was oai the road to health.  I kept on talking Tanlac and to any  delight aaid surprise it made me a aaew  imiu   iii a surprisingly short   tiane.  vrfsssSsSBars^  Now I weigh 217 lbs., eat aaul sleep  like a healthy boy, and feel, lake a.  differoutaaridn altogether.''  If neglect oi' overwork are taking  toll of your health, try Taadae. It is  nature's own toaiu*.. made fa*oan roots,  barks and hollas. Your druggist has  at.  Over 5~ luiilioii bottles sold.  Its All In TLe State Of Mind  It' you think you are beateaa. you are;  ���������Unu's'iaal  Phenomena to be  Witnessed  In England o������i June 29  Eaiglish astronomers are preparing  to view oh June 29, the ' first' total  eclipse oi the srin Avhieh lias visits  ���������England in 203 years' and* the last,  pne until 1905).  The belt of country iai which the  eclipse will be total is only SO lulles  wide, running ironi tlae north of  Wales in tlie west to Hartlepool on  the Nor Lit Sea iu the east. So popu-  lav is the interest''.iaa the unusual  event that several railroads will rnaa  special trains to various points lu the  bell.  Tlae tout! eJclipso begins over Kng-  iaaui at 5.1*5 ami., C'reearwltrla., meau  tin'u\, anal is visible in Us "totality  ta'oaaa 2!.7*seeoaids iaa the west, to 21,u  seconds in the eiast.  : Astronomers hove, poiial out that  with a total eclipse, such its will bo  seen this yea a*, the eorcma is visible,  whirhj is not tlao ease with partial  eclipses.  Several parlies of aslrouoaiiers are  jplaaumis expeditions* to Norway,  where the visibility will bo better  than ia\ England. Three Greenwich.  a&tioiioaauM's will take two telescopes  aud two rf5pec*tioseopes to a station  lax Yorkshire, aaad othoa*- parties v.-ill  go to both tlao west aaul east coast.  If you conie iwoim Engiaody  Ireland or Scotland you are pretty sure to bea  tea drinker and a good judge of "good tea"*  On that account-we particularly request that  you try a package of Re& Rose Tea. You -will  find it has the "old home" taste, as Red Rose  Tea was originally put up by a famous JLondon  firm. And in later years in our Canadian plant  the blending and packing has been under the  supervision of one of the best trained men of  the London tea rooms.  You will enjoy Red Rose,  will call "good tea".  "Every package is guaranteed*"  If you Think von dare- not.  !   W*,*    VI V*  n*r;  If you think you'd like to win. but you can't  It's almost a -cinch" you won't:  If you think, youi! lose, you've lost.  For out in Uie. world you'll land  Success begins whh a fallow's will���������  It's all iai the states of auiud.  Full many a race is lost  Ere even a race is run.  And many a coward fails  Kre even has work's begun.  Thank bis:, aud your deeds will grow.  Think smalt arid you fail behiaid,  Thiiak. that you can and you will;  It's all in the state o5 mind.  1  It you think you are outclassed,, you are;  You've got to think high to rise;  You've got to be sure of yourself before  You can ever win a prize*.  Life's battles do not ail ways go  To the sti*onger or taster man*  But sooner or later, ihe niatx who wins  Is the fellow who thinks he can.  Throughout Western Canada people are now eagerly looking forward to  the breakup o������ winter aud are beginning- to plan for the season's woi*k whicli  lies ahead. The fanner is giving thought to the crops he will sow, aa-ranging  to overhaul his machinery, looking into the matter of good, clean seed, and  is becoming impatient for the frost to come out of the ground iu order that he  may begiai turning over the furrows. The farm wife as beginning to think of  her poultry and vegetable garden. In the cities and towns plans are being laid,  tor building operations, civic officials are prepaa-ing programmes of iaupa*ove-  rrients. men aaad women are studying seed catalogues aud dreaiuiaig of thGia*  gardens la be.   Everywhere, everybody is looking forward.  People, too, are asking themselves the question: '"What will the year bring  forth?" Cieaierally, at feeling of optimism pa*evails. Perhaps never before iu  Canada's history has there bee-ii such unanimity among the head-s of all banks,  atisiaruncc coanpaaaies, financial aud industrial coaicerns, railway executives, and  baaslaaess auen,���������-usually of the most cautious and conservative type,������������������ iu predicting that Canada is on tlae eve of retuai*kable, unprecedented development.  Tlxere is si hopeful feeling everywhere.  It. is believed that 1027 will be a year of opportunity, although aiothiug iai'  the aaaturc of a "boom" is expected or desired.. Weston* people have surely  learned the lesson that substantial, permanent progress can only rest on  strong louaulatioais; that to build on paper is lo invite disaster. For this  reason there is danger that some people will bo timid in grasping oppoalunities  which present themselves evcai though they are in a sound position to take  lull advaaatago of them. Their very timidity, their lack of confidence in  alieaaiselves. or iai their country, may be their own undoing.  The lines quoted- ut tho openings of this article are, however, not directed  only to the attention oi those who aro fearful of launching out oai sonic enterprise this year, but to all the people of Western Canada at this time as Uiey  plan for tho year's work ahead.  It is ta-ue today, as it has always boon true, that the person who thinks he  is boateaa, as beaten. Tlae beginning ot success id the "will' to succeed: the  detoranlnatioai never to acknowledge defeat. This, too, is our British birthright. Many aaul many a tituo Iai our Empire's history tlie outlook lias beeaa  dark, defeat seeaaaed inevitable, but our people would never admit, it aaid.  iought on aud on viaitil victory was achieved anal success crowned their  1-faort.s.  One of the factors iu enabling (loorge. Young to'swim Calaliiia channel  ���������iiifl win the big prize offered was his conilde.uee in laiimsoir. He was coai-  uoaated with obstacles from the beginning of his journey from Toa*onlo to  California and all along the way, but, ho wan convinced of his ability to  wiaa, and win he dad. Courage and pai'r-uvcr.aaico were his watchwords.  \U: poH.-vssod  the right state oC anlnd.  Wcrtteru Canadians, with iholr eouaiti'y of wotuloa-Cu'l resources as an  ,*isi������m, can accomplish almost anythlaig to which they luulce tip their aaalndH  :nd io which ahc.y devote their energies with ioal determination to  achieve. Amazing things have been aecoai],)Ushed in the past, but tho  pivsoait offer* equally great opportunities and an till groat" oi* things caaa bo  ���������.loam :tu������i aichiT inwards v.x.ia if one ].u'.-o|.ilo arc tionvhaced they can do  iImm-  ililau;*  nnd  nialce up  their  aaaimLa  to On   fhoiu.  2 Years* Backache r  Subdued by MNervffiiie"  "Backache was the bane oT my life,  and for two years I was so laane as to  be unfit for work," writes E. S. Sloane,  from Goor'cotown.      "While in Smith  Bros/ Drug Store. I heard of Nerviline  i being a wondeiful pain-destro3'er. so I  I decided to try Nervitine.      Thanks to  j Nerviline, mv two-years* backache was  ! rubbed away, and to-day I am perfect-  1 ly well."  ]     All those who suffer from weak, ach-  ��������� ing  backs,  those whose  muscles  ar������  stiff, whose .joints aro swollen, let them  try Nerviline���������the liniment that never  fails.      oSc at all dealers.  is good teC  RED ROSE UKANUfc*..f Jb.KO������ is extra sroou.  Is Considered a MiracSe  One way to  get  rid  of unpleasant  { people is to begin    giving    them    atl-  Srokc NcWs Gently  Trying to break it gently to his  parents that lie had flunked his spring  semester exaauinatioai, a student at  Goteeiaigen - University telegraphed  his family in. Berlin as follows:  "Passed--exam with flj-iaag colore,  Professors delighted,'? enthusiastic,  want me to repeat it next July."  Body of Rumanian   Priest   Dead   Two  wciiburicS    ia    >rcn    ricacivcu  A glass casket to display the well  preserved bod.y of a priest dead two  hundred s*ears has been ordered by  the peasaavts of the Ciuc district, Rumania. They look upon the preservation of the body around which six  wooden coffins have crumbled as a  miracle. Doctors have tried to explain  to the peasants why the body is in  good condition, but thoy pa*efer to  accept the theory of supernatural.  To pay for the expensive glass  casket an aclaiaisslou fee is to be  charged of those viewing the body.  FELT VERY WEAK  Stop ths.eCcu?ghV ���������.��������� Coughing  caused by .irritation; in the respiratory  pasages and is the effort to dislodge  obstructions that come front inflammation of the mucous membrane.  Treatanenfc with Dr. Thomas* Ecleetric  Oil will allay the inflammation and  in consequence the cough, will usually  stop. Try it auid������ you will be satisfied.  He Recoommends Them For  All Kidney Complaints  ��������� ���������ii     11 a    mam  So   Says  Mr. S.  Lee   of  Dodd's  Kidney Pills  Saskatchewan Man Says Dodd's Kidney Pills Have Never Failed) Him.  Itaana, Bask. (Special) ��������� "I caai  recomaneaid Dodd's Kidney Pills for  all kidney coanphiitits," writes Mr. S.  Leo, a well knowai and respected  resident of this place. "I hstve taken  Dodd's Kidaioy Pills for several years  for backache and pains in the kidneys aiaid I have never linowu them  to fail."  There jire aaaany symptoms which  point directly to kidney disease and.  warn you of sorlous danger ahead.  Backache, deposits in uriaie, headaches and aching -limbs, harsh, dry  and itching skiai and. loss of llesh sind  weight-  To their direct action on the kid-  aaoys is abac the wonderful success of  DoihPfi Kidney lills as at relief tor  diseases   of  the kidneys.  Dodd's Kidney Pills are aio cure-  all. They are just, a kidney remedy  thnt caaa be taken by old aaad young  alike. TuMld's Kld.aaey Pills sare sold  by all druggists or Tin? I toald's Medicine  Co.,  Ltd., Toronto, a, Out.  Want Free Port  New Tomato  Grows  on  Trees  Tomatoes ga-owing    on    trees    like  dwarf apples were a novelty for visitors at the first exhibition this year  Horticultural   Society,  by  the  Itoyal  London. The trees aae about four  feet high, aud look like futuristic  orar.ge trees. Each ta*ee bears some  seventy little tomatoes, growing so  closely together that they seem to  form high .cones. Tho tree tomato  ' has a lighter color than the ordliiary  tomato aaad its taste is sweeter.  Had No  Ambition   and  Had  to  Rest Frequently  Mrs.  Wm.   J.   Griffin,   TehlcarjaimaU,  Manitouliaa. Island, Ont., is one of the  many thousands  of women who was  run-down and bloodless, and who lias  found, new  health   througli. Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills.   She says:���������"For a  number of years I felt very weak and  had no aanbition. I found it .very difficult to do amy housework and had to  rest frequently.    As  time passed 'my  condition grQ,w decidedly  worse, nnd  my feet and. legs were badly swollen.  My husband  told ; the  doctor   of  my  i3   condition, and lie gave me medicine-  Then my baby  came and the dff&for  attended me.   He said.. I had scarcely  any  blood ia  my body���������that it  iaad  turned to water.    I continued taking  his medicine for a time, but did not  feel that it was  doing-me'any good..  Then I started to take Br. Williams'  Pink Pills. In a   short   while   I   felt  better, and. after taking the pills for  a couple of. months I felt like a new  person.    Where my work used to be-  a tlrag upon my strength I enjoy doing it now, and I will always recom-  anend Day Williams'    Pink    Pills    to  weak people."  IC you will send your name and address to Tho Di\ Williams' Medicine  Co., they will anail you a 'little book  called "Building Up the Blood,"  which contains -many lioaith hints.  You can get tho pills througli any  medicine dealer or by mail ait GO  cents a box from The Dr. -Williams*.  Medicine Co., Biockviile, Ont.  The' araost obstiaaato corns fail to  resist Hollo way's Corn llemover. Try  it.  Makes Money  From  Radio Set  Aa\ onterprasiaag resident    of    Worcester, Mass., has oqulppcd hts radio  set  with  eight  loud   speakers  which  he has installed In the homes ol" eight  ! neighbors.   He charges them each $ft  1 a month for the service.  Too many men wait until they have  been done to a turn before turning  over a new leaf.  Relieve  ment.  Asthma  with   Minard's   Lirti  True  love  doesn't thrive  well  lu it-  paablic garden.  Persistent Asthma. A most distressing characteristic of this debilitating disease, is tho persisteaice with  Which recurring attacks come to sap  away strength aaid. loave the sufferer  in aa, state of almost continual exhaustion. No wiser pi*ocaution can- be  taken than that of keeping at liuaid a  supply or Dr. .T. I). Kellogg's Asthaaui  Ilenaody, fanaious as the most potent  a-onaedy for eradicating the iliseasc  from the louder ulr passages.  Men arc so noaitrary tlajit It theii*  ���������wives wanted thoan to stay, out late  they probaibly wouldn't do II:.  'I li������-   Htialiuhi   ol'   11:ai������iilin���������-���������.-*.   seldom I      Many   ta.   Uinii's     pe  lis aijKiii a  ^Liin'.y I'cpaitait ion. , cuaiiu-K iai IJUjiahl foj'm.  peck     ol'     ti'ouble  Cuticura Loveliness  A Priceless Heritage  For gmeTtatloaia*. another������ have be-eai  uuing Cuticura PaeparationB for all  toilet piarj-iOi-cB, aaid have been teaching thdr daughters that dally ������b������ of  theinproduceticlear.stnoothNkltinnd  hcuhhy lukir. They (laid the Soap \nne  and clcantilaaR, the Olaatnarait tiooth-  iiiK atnd hcaHaig. ahould any Irrllu-  iIodh uTisr, uiul ihe Talcim* uia Idcul  toilet powder.  Ua.fui.1*, 1:*<.I. l'i*������ liy Mala. A,ailn-������a I'kiiniafah  ) t. pot '(.Uiitiouaa. l.ld , ainntraal I i i.r,. ���������*u  ,',..   itl,iiin#nt .:,, ������i.,Il'i. .  IhI.uiii ::���������'.  l9a*SP"    C.'k.ltru^a, .Sliauinu  Mill,,   l^f><-.  Urge Free Port r.t Ocean Terminal of  H.   B.  Road  Tho establishment of a free port ait  the oeonn  toraaainal  of tho Tluiaalsoaa's  Ihiy   itallwuy   will   be  ttvgvd  by   noaaae  ProgroHsive   uiemlxn's   of   the   ttouso  <j������ Conuatoaisa wheal th'.a annual dtibatu  on  the    railwfiy    talcnis    tihice.    One  member hns r<v|)i'eKqn<l the conviction  that it Port NnlHim (or Fort Chaarchlll  ���������if the terminal Is finally established  there)   were  i.i.'tde  a   tree  trade   port. I  lh������T f-*'.'i   oi'  core.! met Ion   el' Cam ad*,a';-:'.  railway   to   the Xortlaona   Seas   could |  he -wiped out In a few yeaa*s anil the  llntiatrial suee-.nss ot the road assureil.  The tuamlM'i* ol' iatr������t<ia* uci'hleials will  not d������*erea:ie amiII aailoniobik's have  lean  hoi'sfpower    and.    drivers     have  ������\,<>\-,i   itm'Hi. Hun'-n,  Athletes  use   Minaret's   Liniment.  IV.    N.    u.   .luca  MOTHER:- Fletcher's   ' ���������" "i' ��������� "  Castoria is a plcaBant, harmless Substitute for Castor Oil,  \yircgoric, Tcctbing Drops  and S<M������tliiii<f Syrups, especially   -prepared   for   Infants   in   amis  and   OltiMren   ail   apjesr.  i  io avoiu luiil.tiuni-v, .%aw:i>,'> luoU a'm  t  proven direct it>ns ������������n enrh pra-ku^i*.  lie MKI....L..-C x4   C&L*&f'&&A  IMaysiciaaas everywhere lxcomancnd it.  ''JCth*  !  '-whi ' im .inniiiwiii.aioa  mmmmrmnk  twamxmmm  -ii''j;ily;;mfiiiifryil'ia;  mmmmmmwm  i������������ii������������.aiiiitiin.������iiiiiiiiMMairwii>,^aiiiMi,i'iiiiiiiiii������������iiatMia*jl^^  Mm^.aw^TmMMi|fl|m|||h f mmm  &W  WmmMii  MM  wwwMiwaBWiiiiiji  jl^jlglgw .gsai^:^  t^-A:::'  A*  lie I a  SOtfll  .'liVff"-  un ruLafU^ivin.  1 "f Ot.t.aw;i>~i\;;.:?% natiortal������- .policy  Whieli  Oaari^ario iuid?'?oih^r f-?T)artK  -Ct-ntraii- Canada .will be supplied  Canadian   .coal   was  discussed   in  by  or  ���������ith  the  House   of   Coannaons yon? ^resolution  Iia-oposed by T, L. Church   (Ooriserva-  ���������tiv't  Toronto   Northwest).  Mr.   Church's   resolution 'asked   for  lower   rate.--,   on   Alberta   coal   siaad   a  duty   against "coal   1'roni  State!-,     "to.;,.  jaiBUre,r  aaa.  supply   for   Caautda,   *.uid   afford ��������� ad*  {jUiite??proLocaioai   for   coal  iiaivles;*'  y^-  MVi^vhuvcliv'.tjaiu use present;;Ca������a.--  ad-ian eoal? policy was residy-ijtade  aaid pr6:Arnoracaai? staid blamed the.  dia-eetors J ot ?ythe Canadian ^ National;  Railways ������6v the;-''fact that inost foa*  the, coal used in Ontario .comes ^froni  United  States-mines. . 'V ^;?''  "1 '-ana stivpj ised, Mr. .Speaker, tlaat"  you have --r<ot Tilled this ���������motion out  of. order, as tlit a'testiou lis before  the railwcy ooiriaiiission. Is this a  fa:ee ParUaiaie-at_ pi*; ia it-..u.oi.?'.'...Mr.  - Chua-eh asked, and* proceeded to emphasize, wlafit lie claimed ^ras the  desire of the people of '-'Canada "to  deaL Speedily with ?Ibis question of  cosah sfupply.    "J   am:?  not     criticiziai������  m*-���������A- ftm'TCi   TAB Ii_ -1     ���������     ������"������   .. I  IM ft^K^ i iffiay .Acauce..varae.  * ' %'&n*v Rates to Britain  &Jr f&  a Kd *%  Eli'&SL a.JaUaJ   Possible in .Near  Future  Minister of Agriculture  \YJnttipos.---A reduction" in ocean  freight rates in cattle shipments'-tb-  the British lslesjjlq'b-qflj6:"--;;as'^a possibility in tlie. near faatvro?fpr. jt H;  CJriridalo, ?i>epua?y Minister"ot Agncial-^  lure, stated i:i aai addicts here before  the Western Livestock IJnion.I f>r.  Grisdsile declares that, as the result  of a recent conference . with ollicisils  of the 'various steamship lines, an. ran  ders landing^ has '; been reached "that  the question of -reduced a*ates would  the- United ] be fully considered. r |'  all-British! Any.- downward Teadjustmentv? lie  si^serted, ^vduld depend xaponf the  j-ecoanmeaida t ion s y of ste am s h * j> vert re -  aeaitulives in tlie;.- poiartinion. If a $5  a-eductloh 'eoaild"be obtaiaied it would  mean, ihe differencebetween a profit  or san actual loss on shipments of  Canadian cattle.  While sti'essing tlae importance  of  enlarging "the home market for Caiaa-  fsuaat    produce     every      e.ffoi't  v^-arvv-raan-Avv-rsn  ���������fn\ttk'mf%r&s-  --FAldllstl-l  'DffailljK  %Jkx    IJUftj ....I &!������l.U������B.LsU  ii?  &uAA  sliould be made to cultivate and extend '���������������������������trade with Great Britain. Dr. J.  H. Grisdsile said.:  '���������"'���������'"'  "I Cio not look for any wild, rush of nage was the deciding factor  ���������Uniteds-States legislators tolowTer tlie  tariff ?baa;s against bur products. On  the other hand, 1 believe Biitain? is in  a ppsitionv to" take alt- the surplus  Canada   can "produced   providing   tlie  Thornton     personally/*   quaiity is there," lieadded.        "  Chin-ch. y'"but  .'���������'tlae    east       Tne attitude of British  traders to-  country  that  allows  ihis  thing  to  go   wai.t| Canadian  beet'    was    becoming  Sir    ITem-.v  on."       :     ���������"-���������-��������� ���������������������������  The 'rate of $i) a ton offered by the  rail ways? foa- bringing Alberta coal to  Ontario, dad not meet, the need. It  must   be lower than tlaat.  "You will never make any -'headway oai -.Unas, .question, as long as the  pr'esetii <iirectoa*s of? the C.N.R. aa*e  handling it," Mr. Church said.^^or  the present- manistei- of 3*aiiways."  -a lo ....sta'i.d .y the re f ei'e'n'ce. ?t o the ra.i I way  coiiJinissipn was aivjide a year ago,  aud tho indications were that,'xtficro  would bo no decision Jrom it in tiane  io.r liiiy^iiovenieiit of'--coal next,;'sum--:  mea*. '    T  jJojj.   Charles   Stewart.. anijiasler   of!  - interioi*.^ said   the;, coal   question   had  been   1'eceiving   coaasidqraible   thought  ;nad   staidy   on   alio   part   of   the "Ooy--  ernment.  ,I\Ir. Stewait a*ead at soaaie length  ffbiai at a'epba-t of aho fuel uoai'd on  aho -eniiaT- fuel situation of Canada.  At the conclusion, Mr, Stewart  pointed out that Hao (Jovea-nment was  ac,-tia;;li������y developiiag a a*e:-al laael policy  which had adduced the anaportal Ions  of Ameiioain coal by 2,000.000 tons  a year since'19251. |  !  i  8t<-acr i  JUttmJV  more favorable each year. Experience Avas teaching thean that, Canadian Ktbck. Cattle was of a?:'high  standard. The shipper oat this side,  however, did not appear to be avail-:  ing himself of the opportunity as statistics showed that only 80,000 head  had been shipped to Britain ill 3926,  compaa-ccl with. 035,000 head from,Ireland-.  France  to  Attend Coarferenee  General Rales Higher In S  West   Fsvoi*ed   in   This   Respect  Says  C.P.R.   Man  Ottawa.--A compaa-ison betweeaa  J "sites and coanliiioais iJi Eastern and  Wei-'tcrn Canadra was dealt with  specially on the railway a-ate case  before the railway: coanaiaassabaa by  tjt*oi;ge Sia.'phen. assisaant. frcaghi  ta-iitlti* mnna^M' of ihe C.I'.'U.  Iaa the West, - said Ma'. Stcjahen,  Ri'ailn ra������<">s to l^ort William wore by  I'ar ihe lowr-wt in ihe world. In  tin..' Ka*l ijiaiu rail's, o.\cept those  on. We;Htoan -grain aaaov.ing foa* o.vpprl,  wea'e anaach hi^huj" tli.ua those iaa Ihe  West. T-iyosfoivk enjoyed,' a ba^ls pf  a-atlei^ iaa both tevi'ltoi-lcs which was  lower a'olatjvoly than that npplaed to  any  other  clas������ of freight.  In   the   Insist,   he  said,  H   had   been  touiul   necessary   io  t?ave. spucaal   con-  sidoiat loaa   lo   laaanul'siciureil   pa'odaicla  aiaad      anea'claaaadb-o      swul     aaianicrou.s  aates   had.  been   |iaa(   ita   lor   ih.f  pua'-  Pokc of  foi-teiiug iaad.'ihlry and meet-,  lug  nini'hei   competition,.   Uniatg Jnto  ])rirlleulars,   he   staled  that,  ihe   clitsa  raate.s in  the Maisl were us high us or  Mi'hei*   iluiai   ihe   class   rates   In   tlie  Worn   up   to   di,-1ancoH   ol   athona  miles    beyond     which     the    western t\J la within  ,3*311 cs won* for  Ilae moid- part higher. !  thoogh on sioaiie'fhiSHOR westea'ti raiosj  IV'MV  h������\V"l'  evi'li   Up   lo   Jllll JJliU'K.   I������\n-j  r\aiii|de,   the   .vlxth   class   aale  which j  itpplifs   lo     aurii-ultau-iil     intideaiienls'  aind wsa.-a i.herelore  very  laaiporunal   Jn \  the   VYoi-i   was,  an   tin-  Wenl.   I'tiiuii   U������  or  b-i-H   ihaaa   ih:������a   in   theJOast   U]������   l<������  liin  niih--.  Will  Not Take Part in U.S. Parley on  Disarmament...........  Washington.-���������Hopes- ot"  the  Washington government for.   an?   effective  iiavai -'llhiifat-ion conference -'have been  jolted seyea*ely  by  a polite  rejection.  fi*om fFraaice and a forecast that Italy,  jfrlso wtll'decline to participate. With  the declination of France,?the opinioai  here wsis that Italy'would accept and  still   anake  possible   the  gathering  of  ���������'representatives   of   sufficient   number  of  aaations to  briaag pi'actical results  iaa    the?   timing    of    aranaments    not  touched upon at. ihe Washington con:  fert-nce.  A semi-otricial eoiumunique issued  in Roane, however, an.aiounced that  Italy woaild follow tlie lead of France  iai/ domuaTing to -the pi*oposjiii of  PraVsident Cpolid.ge'for the conference leaving as a. matter of conjecture the next step of the United States  tJovernmcut. an seeking methods ol'  obtaining the -'agreements which is  hoped for.  Tentative consideration had been  given to a possible four-power conference participated in by ������������������the 1,-ail ted  States, .lapan, Italy and' Great Brits* iaa oven before the unfavorable  Fa*eaa<*h . a'cply. was roceivod. 'Accept-,  iuace ot* tho Coolidge iaavilation were  conj-ltl.ered as having boon assuroaV-  1'ro'ni Japan and Croat: Th'itain, but  obviously the alvltuile 4)1' Croat Britain may now be affected by the position of Fraaaco and Italy.  Foa- ahe moment it is uialakuly tliait  any   plan  of   ruather   action   will   be  ..1'iaj'anailat.i d hern in the advance of tho  Brllash  and Jjtpain^ao fornual replies.  .-���������..; .--  ��������� < -      ���������      ���������     ���������',     \  Ottawa���������^Iteasons tor the passage  of Hf, great staaioiant of Canadisin graiai  froaii the Canadian west to the Allan-,  tic?ports-oyerfthe tTnited. States a-ail-  '\vyay.s": tiaadV tlirougli United States  ports, were discussed before tlie  Board of Kall*\ya.y Cpnami.ssioners in-  ves'tigatirig freight a'siles. ���������,���������...,<���������,-%  Tlae uiseufjgion. arose during tlao  ��������� examination *>f George Stephen, assistant freight traffic ansuiager of the  Canadian; Pacific Hallway. Commissioner' Oliver,- who' called attention fto  the quantity of grain being shipped  via? the--United-'State's, termed the sit-  usition a "very serious national prbb-  -leni."- .v - i  ^Counset for the C.P.It. contended,  that the Tiioveaneait of grain within  Canada had greatly increased during  the period of open navigation aiul  counsel for the Maritime Provinces  added that the available o^ean ton-  Exporters took their grain to the port  where facilities were ready to receive  it- , ���������    .. h .  Mr. Stephen pointed^ out certain  characteristics of the freight business  in. British. .Columbia.' One of the moist  important of these was tlae large per-  eeutagc of tho teiTitory which was  absolutely hon-lrafllc producing.  This was accounted for by naoun-  taiuous.. conditions, and by the fact  ���������that at least 53 per cent, of the population resided iai seaboard cities. He  compared this with the condition fin  the pa.'5tii*ie provinces w.iiorG l������is PQP*  "talation was well distributed, tlie  latest census figures indicating that  the rural population of Manitoba  ,-vvsis CitJ per cent, of the the total. In  .Saskatchewan-.the rural ���������;population  comprised 70.5 per cent, of the total  and' in Alberta 61.7 nor cent. This  meant that iai the prairie provinces  the distribution--of freight was eveira-  r Ii!=:ii������������g a^CW UJISilllSJIg  Government   Needs   Seven   to   House  Federa! Departrraients in Ottswa  ^Ott-A^t.r-Tlieralded in local news-  pap^s?;as"marking the tommeuce-  merit ill*a ���������preteait'sous scheme of Federal Goyernnaent .structure.-s on Wellington street, the thoroughfare  fronting the paa-liaiitent buildings and"'  known as Federsd Row, sui item of  ?5G0,000 -, for " "new* . depariiiie^tai  buildings" was contained iai the estimates tabled..-.,by the niihister ol"?finf  ance. ������������������������������������--���������-���������.���������������������������������������������^* -������������������������������������        ,������������������     .-      ���������.���������-;-.���������������.,--  The Citizen says in this connection,  tliat seven buildings 'in" all with- an  esti3iiated"yalue of- ������15,000,000 -are to  be ea*ected to hbuseyffederal departments in the capital, but that only  one is to be built at present. The?cost  of this iia-st saructure is esaiaai;it<3d at  ������2,5G0,0Q0 and erection is expect ed to  be' 'commenced shortly, the $500,000  item already tabled, being 'considered  sufficient to meet any expenditures  this year.  Plans of- the bwildhigs, its size and  the departments to liave their headquarters therein must av,rait consideration of the cabinet- council.  AIT  niji������=      %F*ws^aviu  Fewer Wage-Earners  Only Four Out of Ten Work for Living in U.S. is Report  New . York.���������r-Less than four out  of:  ten persons iu the United Slates  in  1925, were woaicing for a living,  according to a study jiia.de public by the  ISTaiibnai Industrial Conference Board'  A d.scline; in the naamber of gsiin-  fullyr.occupted persons in proportion  to total-population in the United  States between 1910 and 1920, and a  further 'i'9'2'0 and 1925, are j'eporte'd.  Relatively larger school and, college  enrolments andi changes in immigration are ci-edited with being among  the chief factors in producing the  trend. - v.y-"   .<i a\. . ��������� '  Reform ������f Senate  New   Members  Will   Give  Support   to  Move in This Direction  Ottawa.���������-All Csuiadion senators ap-  Dap'%j&jr  Ottawa.���������Discussion of Albertayna-  lurai resources was ruled out of carder  :5.V   il>.o   'TTr."r." 'ra-;--. .  ^-..-.Z..i     j ,.'. '���������T-n -.  -sa -..^������������������-      ���������*.<_-y.ijvr. ii.������,     iruun.     KUveU. -'JW ii S  that under the reference to thefSu-  preme Court, which is to be lilard  in -March,'  the  questioai   was  sub" ju-  dace. '���������']  T.y?L. ChurchV? Coriservatire, Nprth  West Toronto, appealed against?; the  rtiiirig, but cowld not find a secoukler.  Mr. Church iirst gave the name of  Mr. . McG-i-egor, South York, as | his  second.oa*r 1   ���������  "No," said Mr. McGregor.  "T ask-- any of the Toa*onto nieni-  hers to second my motioai," flMr.  Church >vent on. "I ask Mr. IMattiiews  or Mr. Anderson' (twp Toronto snferu-  bers)   to second it." * k  But no one seconded Mr. .ChuiSeh's  appeal and it went by the boards'.  The question arose on two separate  jiiotions. First, Dr. Edwards, Firon-  tenac-Addmgton, had a motion that  natural resources should be transferred to the prairie provinces atfthe  earliest passible moment.  At the outset. Speaker Leanieux  questioned whether the motaoai |avas  iti order in view of the reference to  the Supreme Court and opened" the  way for discussion of the poiaif by the  House. Discussion .. proceeded . ..and  .eventually..ilia motion, was railed,, out  of -order. Then Mr. Church endeav-  oi'ed to move another motion off liis  -own on Alberta natural resources.  "lie. argued, that his motion wasftlif-  ferent?from" tlaat of Dr. Edwards. j|ttut  the Speaker ruled the Church 3iiQ-lion  .out of oi-dei* likewise. Then came  Mr. Church's appeal and his failure  to fiaid a sccondca*. %  The Edwards motion came lirstyjbe-  fore the House. ��������� ���������}.    '  In opening the discussion,^Speetker  Lenaicux jiointed to" the  reference? oia  iy   i>iacea iiTiu  strefches 'such  Columbia.  iaaei'e  weie  a s   existed  ii o   oarreii i LJ  .1 ������J������ii  i^as^   two   3~oar*5  in  British 1 have  given   an  assaarsmce  of   support  {of  such measures  of Senate  reform.  Iron Deposits iai Italy  Ilome.���������-Iroi* deposits found near  Tjcgiaorn ataay prove to be of such  size   that  Italy  can  rank   with   Eng*-  i  1 iai   conformity7   with''the   requirement  of the constitution, sis may be introduced by the Liberal administration.  This declaration  is    giveai    in   , an  answer tabled by the Covea-nment in  ..,,,... the House  in reply to si question  by  land" and Germany an^industrial vow^  ^ny^^  or.   The country has ho iroai aiow and '  has been importing all the metal used.  Lepers   in  New York  ��������� -New York.���������r-Thei'i3 are twenty-oiio  lepers at large in Nc-w York city, Dr.  Louis Harris, health commission ssiid;  These cases sire undei* surveillance  always and are not capable of transmitting the disease bo added.  Home Bank Creditors  Ottawa.���������The sum of $222,000 of the  ?3,000,000 voted by Parliament for the  relief of Home Bank creditoi*sP ro-  inains unpaid because certain claims  have not yet been-dealt with by the  commissioners, according to a Government answer to questions iai tlao  House of. Coanniqns this < afternoon.  100 i jas the drlvei' ot alu  !  PassenQer   Held   Liable  Reaattlo.-���������Holding llsat   a  iaiasseaiger  In an u,ul<auidbflo    which    fatally    injures any persons is as naaaela to blame  <���������������]*, Judge A. XV.  eiHiMiced Mrs. Christine  llnpliJais to from oaie to 110 years, in  state peaalteaatiiiry, 81ie wias convicted  of .nt;i]i.slaaa*.',hiei' ana i-h.-irgCH resulting  faonv tlao death of Lois Ames, .11. The  driver ol   the  car dlsappourod.  the Alberta bill aiow before the"������u-  prcme Court aud saidi in his opinion  ihe ouo-siion was sub judice. However, he would ask advice of *|thr!  House its to whether this inoliqn.?������vas  in order. '    $,  Dr. Edwards explained that "the  question'a-eferred to the Supreme  Coaart was whether section 17 off the  Alberta sact was ul'tm, vires of % the  Doiniaiiosi- Parliament. .... That ��������� refef red  to Alberta alone, whereas his resolution applies to, all the prairie provinces. This vea*V decided d-ifffereuee,  he contended, made his resolution iai  ordea". ���������       .- aa  lloai. lamest Lapointe. Minister of  Justice, declarod the matter could  iaot be debated on tho ga*ounds that  it was a anatiea* now before the Supreme  ������?ourt.  Prescription Sent By Radio  Directions Given by Surgeon Saved  Sailor's Eyesight  New York.-���������itow radio directiotas  for the manufacture aaad use of an  elect fir-; magnet saved the eyesight  of si sailor several hundred* miles sat'  sea is related,'hero. Particles of iron  that laud ponerlated tho iris of the  right eye of Peter Kriuf, a Rcitmaia  oai the Aiaiorlcjua Diamond Line  freighter Toavialva,, were removed by  use of a soft aa*oaa bar enclosed by ;i  ciol uf wire ami tthaa-ged with electricity froaaa tlio>,hip's radio set. Tho  prescript loaa was flashed by an eye  surgeoja uu aaaother ship.  Canadian Wolves Feature U.S. Exhibit  (���������<'ii.-.ta)i������ hi'ijji,. ��������� 'J'ni-]J>|| (ifllrlnl  firt-aaa.-. utty ;i I a*<'������s������l.y iirelt>iaiL-JriK the  pa-eM'iai   cinmin-reial     aureeaaienl     he-  twei u   Tni'Key   atu",  tlata   1'i.S,   will   b������*  pcyM,.,i ..ti,,vn,-  W,      N.  i <;������;n  Fob Delays Belgian Rulers  Loaadon,--Cb������!iriiiK of the foK i^n-  ahleu iho Klaai-r and (.Jateeja of tho Itel-  rtlaiiK to naaki! a deltiynd depni'ture  tea honae via l)o\ca*. 'J'hoy hail hoped  to 11 v hack, hut, conditions juvvented.  The royal vlnlloa*n cataie to l.omloai to  ittlend the Flemitla picaun> exhibition.  *V|u>.������i-   f\,.f\nyri(\   'hi-y  H'(������|   ^-Hjej-fl   ihi Ir  il.sll   tlei'plle   ihe   aatifavnri'hlf   weaih  I <,r'  Tlaaaber wolves are the lutr-st- recruits to Ihe raaak of the Chateau  1'i'onteraac-Hok team at  Qau-bec City.  ^il3j������n"  l?!e;UiV^l'-,  dj-3\<.J-  <>t   the   le;ai������i.  of the Canadian  Pticlflc, laoUHnK  one  of the wolves lor the camera mam ai  tlie   New  Eaardand  SportMnii.-n".-;  Show  Vit-h'l   Ui   Ih'.-liUi   r������.<.������-jit]y,        'i;\,v     ;ttiJ  cciaa������?hf the three caabs ha Ihe wlhls of' mal.-s formed a highly iaale.-reMtlaaK ex-  Onttirlo aiul after much patience laas'hihit and. wea-e viewed" hy tliouHaiads  suhd.uod  their wild nature a on on Bit  to ��������� of people.  let tlnmt run wit la the haiKhae dot?*5!.! President i\-i1iln Coolldpe pre.s.'i������-i)  'JTie wolves are only a few month* j a bull'oil In M'aMlilngton Hum suntaaU-  old   saaial   beautiful     spi-clmens,    ������I***j1; ; iua.j a  Mont?  iliat  jtniaoaanced  to  thou-  satnlri   ol    liMiiors!   that,   the   Ki'cuti'M,  JiJk Ktime aaad  aranie t:ntiR(;tvalI.-jn  ex--  Department  of S.C.R.  Report  Ottiivva.- 'J'lit; "��������� Departaaient of Soldiers Civil Itft-establiHlaancait wpciat  $5*J,00:t,-i:>S in iho last Jlscul year, ac-  coadiiai; lo the depaatanent's report  tabled in the House of Conaanons by  Hon. T>r, .T. IT. Klait*, lh<������ minister.  There was a reduction of 132 in the  miaul**!.'*' of palleaats receiving faeat-  jnent froaaa fh<e i>a*!������vIous year, the io*  ffd   hi ���������Fait';   ;t,0<)7.  and   alert    with   the   thirty  look" of l.ln-lr Itijul.  'J"he     ph<������toKi*aph     HlaoWM  I3������hi.-v,    r������i     :.!-..-���������    --ouria     <!<  cunnaaii;  Saftey in  Air Trade  London.- -"London streets are far  ujo daiif,'fi-<JtJH ..u I'xn (ivYaiui uty la.\l  and roInK Into the alt* taxi busIncHH,"  nays Harold Solomon, who in studyhaj;  avisatlaMa.  No  Duty ������n Used  Pianos  Ottawa.-   A duty Ih not lacing I������'\led  hihIci*  the     AailI-Smuggling    Act    on  n������*-d   ^tueoM   e������ili>rlnf- <"'anti<Ira. tii'<-iild-  PuiiBlaH j lilbit over held  da New Kuglund,  waH;|nFr to a reply <o a qnoHtlnn by  John  ���������������������������arinveail ' loj-niallj    i������|>.'.*in!   to   :h<:   pisblk*.  .\iiii.u i.ihh-d i>i i;.<; lloU.U- atjWWBWWW^^  titil m  JLMBJO-  VawrsTu js    jbs, jo-������ sjo vw  A.iictibH 55sis will be hsl-d at tfas  Lamont Bldga,, Creston  dH1Unu  . a re  ONE p.iT2.  and an opportunity is given fco anyone having any kind  of property for sale to bring it to this sale.    There will  be- buyers for  Harsesj, Cattle9 Hogs? Poultry9 Harness  Farm Implements, Furniture  and anything else of value. Send a list of what you  would like to offer at once to the manager or auctioneer,  and the leading articles will be advertised on Posters  that wilt be issued soon. This sale will be advertised,  and a good crowd will be present.  Auctioneer.  JOHN GARFIELD,  Manager.  You Relatives or Frlem  In theOld'Gountiy  whom you wish to  bring to Canada?  Mars. F. H.Jackson announces tferafc  she will bsvia tier usual sale of spring  hats at the old: standi this month, the  exact date to fata announced inter.  The March rijTf������tSng of Creston. and  | DisUscfc Women's Institaile  will  held  in Trinity Oliuat'cia basement.   Fandasy  afternoon. -Mareh; 11th,.at 3o'clock.  .Bey. j;   Herdman   waa   aa;   Kelson  eaafrsy In the weels, for the spring trcaeet-  ing of the United   Church presbytery  covering the Kaotenay-Boundsry das-"  tricts. - .       ���������'���������'. ��������� _y":  iaAira Fora &AMB--57 acres; SO acres  f 9*?s������-c3atss land, balance good pasSur������  land, close to Creston, fenced, 2 acres  ploughed, $1500. Chas. O. Kodgere,  Creston.  Pastor Herdman anounces that for  nest seven Saaraday evenings his sermon topics will be appropriate to the  fLsnien season, which commenced on  Wednesday.  Fob SAUS���������Jensey heifer, duo to  freshen soon; Chevrolet ttMsranp* car,  heavy team wagon, team disc, buggy.  uttntity of jjood table potatoes.    P,  "���������offey, Creston.  Miss Palton, Presbyterian W.M.S.  field secretary, will hold a meeting in  St. Stephens Church, on Tuesday,  March 8th, at 3.16 p. ni. All ladies and  eirls arecordit.ilv invited.  .  .   ^  A. Brown,of the National Fruit Co.,  laid., JJolsore, with Mrs. Brown, were  caHea-a on Saturdwy, being amongst  the invited guests to the WaeeBB banquet at vvynudel that night.  The Presbyterian Ijadaes Aid are  having a St?- Patrick's tea, sale of  home cooking and candies in Trinity  United Church basement, Thursday,  Marcn 17th, from 3 to 5.3*0 o'clock.  *l?ne jaaaes waii he interested iu  tne  Speers1   aatcre   annotacenient    of   the  three-day opporfcasnity to secure the  latest in spring hats at prices from  SS.G5 tb $4.75, March 10, 11 and 32bb.-'  These was a. fair turnout at the first  of the United Lenten services at  the  Parish   Hall   on   Wednesday   night.  The subject for the address nest Wed  nesday will be  ������������������The Passover Feast."  The farst ever community., sanction  sale in the Valley's history is scheduled! for Saturdays March * IQt-hj afe the  JLanaont building*, Creston. If you  have aoythiug to sell look up the  announcement Sn this issue.  TPhg annaaus saseting of Creston "Val"  ley Agricultural Association will be  heidi at;;feh-a' -tOwsaT iaall tonf^Tuesdaay,'  ��������� ������jr . ,:y.^>.    HIJ*i."SL. ������������������" Urn,   ���������������:?-_;    _    -,  that ail! members find svaryorae ? i������ter=  ested in the fall fair should attend.  I  !raiid  1 H@I&tr*$5  There's no holding the laughs in this one.  To win the girl, Doug, had to capture the most  unsociable lion in Africa.  LAUGHS?   Yeah t   THRILLS?    Wow  Have &n   excellent organization thronghorat the European   Continent,   and   can   give   the   best   of   serviee.  Prepaid* can be arranged through tbe Ticket Age������t&���������  WE Bf MARTIN, T. W. BUSTDY,  Oreston. Erickson  G. D. BROPHY, District Passenger Agent, Calgary.  SPECIAL PRICES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE  lO-lb. tin .....; $1S.00  2-lb. ttn : ... ...  $-ih. bottle....... .������������������   1-gz. bottle.���������   ORDER EARLY  ~\  Full information and spraying calendar on application  n  4.00  M..5&  Local and Persona!  For Sale���������Potatoes. $2 per 100 lbs.  delivered.    G-. Davie, Canyon.  Mass Marjgeory Hamilton left at the  end of the week, on a visit wath Nelson  friends.  Bogs Fob Hatching���������S.O. White  Leghorns from 300-egK tested stock,  T. Barron strain, 75 cents per setting  of 15 eggs. Baby chicks later. Wear-  mouth, Canyon.   ;  IN ME MO ROAM  VAN ESS���������In lovanfe memory of Jamas  W. Vaneshi, who died March 0,1025.  Although from yoai I'm far iiwaay,  And cannot see your face;  In spirit I stretch forth my hand  To grasp you in embrace.  Tne Family.  VICTOR  I have to arrive on March  10th a shipment of the  above traps. Any size  not carried in stock I can  procure for you in three  days, Plaetj your orders  nc������w for the Musk rat season, I can procure any  make of trap.  V. MAWSON  Mrs. B. Stevens is spending the  week with friends in Nelson, leaving  on Monday.  Mr. aarid Mrs. Geo. Kelly were Nelson visitors a. couple of days at the  first of the week.  Mies MarRuerita Crawford was a  visitor with Nelson friends a few days  the latter past of the week.  Land For. Sai^k���������-Ten acres, under  irrigation, with five acres seeded to  clover.   E. Nouguier, Canyon.  Creston Presbyteria������n young people's  service at 11.30 u.btj,, Sunday, March  6th.   Adults cordially welcome.  Lutheran service will be held at the  residence of Geo. Nickel. Wednesday  evening, March Qbh, at 7.30 o'clock.  For Sai,k���������Yorkshire boar, going  cheap. Also Chesapeake- female, $25,  pua-ebred) toKlsterecl. G.Davie.Canyon.  Don't forget the find iu in ton Club  bridge and whist tonight aat the Parish Hull, 8 o'clook. Admlbsion 50  ���������cents.  Fr. U tall Irian annoiances that ho will  bo in Creston for the usual services In  Holy Cross Church on Sunday next',  March 6th.  Mr. and Mrs. Dentil Maxwell of  C para brook, are visitors here at present with the former's molhur, Mrs.  Jaa. Mux well,  Sunday had the leail sprang- touch Lo  the woatheaf*.   Bin tnuch so that mar  blea made their first 1027 appearance  on theSaobaUh.  STnAwnBitRY Plants��������� Senator  Dunlap aind Vanftin strawberry plianla  at $0.50 per 1000. Monard Wigen,  Wynmlol, B.C.  Fuit Sams���������Two-cow cream scpar--  aitor, butter churn, and foair colonloa  of bcioH in perfect oorvdltinn, half price.  O. Moore, Oreston^  March w������h UHhiTed in on Taiosday  In very lamblike style unci tho Vialloy is  still onjoylnif moist -nnd gloomy  weather conditions,  Wamtw* to I*t������CMT--Kritil, ipaimr5a( f> *rv  iJO nci-������*������������ vvltSa h-oiise ivaa It. Pr^fur St  ���������������sa h������i1f~crnp> plan.- NofciPy me at rmce.  Jo*. fSwIvJaibkl, '(Jump LlHter,. U.C.  During Lent Rev. S. Newby is  preaching a series of sermons on ������������������The  Great Excepts." For Sunday night his  topic is, "Except your righteousness  exceed that of Scribes and Pharisees."  Mr. Phillips of Kelvingto. Sask., is a  Creston visitor this week, on & land  buying trip. He is particularly i&ter- [  ested in the West Creston distriilt, hut  for th������ present will take a houss in.  town.  The March meeting- of Creston  board of trade will be held on Tuesday  next. Amongst the important -busin-  | ess will be the making- of preliminary  arrangements for the 1st of July celebration of Canada's sixtieth anniversary of confederation of the province-?.  %  Til pi lilliiia M������~ ffiiiiif ^ i ilHir  GEO. BK-^KlEXiZJY  r^fc  ^BEllaais Ohureh Ssmse  SUNDAY,  iViARGM 6  SIRDAR--8 and 10,30 a.m,  CANYON���������3 p.m.  CRBSTON--7.80 p.m.  It is iaot always easy to save but  those yvho do save prosper. As a  little money is accumulated it should  be placed in a Savings Sank account  where interest will be paid and the  principal sum be secure. There is  a Savings Bank Department at every  branch of this Bank* S9  ih4PERIAJ=,   Bi^NK  tataWiH  C. W. ALaLAN,  OF ���������SANAJESA.  CRESTON BRANCH,  JMIaan������*|6r.  BIG DISPLAY  THREE DAYS ONLY  Thurs., Friday, Saty., MARCH 10,11,12  We offer this  big  range  of  Hats, assorted  styles,  patterns, colors, at the exceptional low prices of  $3,95 to $4������7S each.      Do not fail to make vour  choice early while the range is complete.  1  Dry Roods  groceries  xsxamaimmwammsi  Furniture  iSIMMI  Mri&^hflTii la^ilTSW^IttaSSffl^SSr  Sw<St^y*M^w^l>^5w5S?'''*'*' m'm'

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