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 M  y>-*j^  ap.2?  s  ������r��������� frl.  =sh^=  ���������VOta-XlX.;-  ^:.e^ESTOH, ie.f  Jfj&i]  1*2  No. 4  Mrs. W. Fisher and daughter, Lily.  Creston, spent a few days here this  week, guests of !������>������, A." Sinclair.  j entertained at a dance at the home of  Mrs. Hugh Taylor on Friday night  last. , Themusic waa piano, violin and  accordeon and the affair was thoroughly enjoyed throughout.  ..WW ������  E3    V>~���������t    *,������ a__  uers on Diara-  day afternoon for Church of England  service, which will be at 3 o'clock, and  John Bird is looking after the ordering of stumping powder for the United  Farmers, and has already booked 1500  pounds ������or immeuate delivery.  Albert-, Tedford has just completed  quite a substantial addition to his;  poultry bouse and is arranging to go  in for Ihe sale of day old chicks cf "the  White Leghorn variety*  Lister would like to register as the  first point in the valley a visit from  the bluebirds. Some of them hs.re  been in evidence since Match 5th.  Mrs. Reynolds of  Gainsboro, Sask..  has just arrived on an extended visit  with her daughter. Mrs. Albert   Tedford.  frank Baker, who has been at Rose*  dale, ASberta* for the past few  months, "returned to Lister at the end  Itf tbe week, and will be making an  extended stay. He expects Mrs.  B&ksr %q return at the first cf the  month.  Gmimmyim> Gltfy  ���������vtr  Lasher of  here this week,   a  Mrs. Wearntoutfa.  GSeali!  ^nysv  cnoo  ily 3b a visitor  guest of Mr. and  Report, February  .Division i���������H. McLellan. Principal.  Highest standing: Grade 8, Proficiency���������Jean McCreath, John Blanco,  Frank Crawford, Grade 7���������Pay Pen-  dry. Betty @peera,Ciematine Marshall.  Perfect  attendance���������Beryl Nichols,  ency���������Kllen Jensen, Gladys Davis,  Rachel Morrow.' \' WriSvSng���������rDonglas'  McLauchlan. Imparoaement���������Edwin  Pendry. Grade 2 Junior: Proficiency.  ���������Bicisard" Trevelyan, Edith Walkay,  Doris Hendy.' vVriting���������Edra Walkey.  Improvement���������Jack Ross.  Perfect attendance���������Elena Andros-  offp Doras Beninger. Billy Craig,  Gladys Davies, Ruth Davis, 'Irving  Ferguson. firlaisie Ferguson, Doris Ferguson, Ruth Gibbs, Joan Greenwood,  From conversations heard in the  area it looks as if Lister would see  great development in the poultry line  this ' season. Already rave' of the  ranchers have signified their intention  of getting baby chicks 3n quantities of  200 and over. The preference appears  be for heavier fowl than the Leghorns.  Messbers of. the Lister Stockbreeders Association are expecting to Join  forces with a similar association that  wSlS be "organized at Canyon before tbe  month Is out, and which organization  will assume responsibilty for the  Shorthorn buii tnas has been in the  care of "the Lister farmers, although  kept at the Nougnier ranch at Canyon  for the past year.  Sir.   Britt,   who recently  acquired  tshv-asres of Bend'-frocs- ������V W* Wear  mouth,    is   at  work    now   erecting  quite a commodious residence on the  property.  Pruning operations are general here,  and most all agree that the outlook  for an oldtime crop of winter apples  was never'be titer.  ������������������Dad" Btowell., Manford and Arvld  Samuelson, John and Otto Johnson  and I* Moberg, who have been  work  iugg-fat legging ������v:th Sfsitasassis, Palmer  Ss Staples, near Kitchener, all winter,  arriveo home last week.  Everyone is looking forward with  pleasure to the musical recital Miss  Fi rning of Vancouver is giving- on  Wednesday night. 16th, under Ladies'  Aid auspices, at the H all. Miss Frances  Knott, who has heard Miss Flem  ing in ^recital at New Westminister,  states that the visitor is a vocalist  of exception a! merit, and ������oue  should miss hearing her.  'Hilton Ycung got back on Sunday  from a ten weeks'   vissfc to  the.old  Heme ih Scarboro, as well as holidaying with friends at, Toroniio,   Ottawa  and Niagara Falls.   He says the back -  era of government control   of liquor,  which   Ontario is about to introduce.  Is going to  bring grief to these who  have   been   advocating   that   such   a  policy will put the' bootlegger out of  business.  _  Jensen, WsHians Hernasrhar-, Charlie  Slingensmsth, Thomas Lewis, Gordon  Martin, Helen McCreath, Douglas Mc-  Lauchlin, Francis McLauchlin, Rachel,  Morrow, Beryl Palmer, Maud Ross,  BSIisr***'' Ro8s������ Jack Ross. Jean R^-ckusas,  Jessie Spratt, Edra Walkey. Doris  Walkey, Ruth Spencer.  Frederick Alderson, Bar! Christie. Sa.-E3y;"i&k'i&di^5nS  Stella Herdnran,. ManueMrvang,Dora  Nickel, Ciemaiine Marshall.. Betty  Speers, BalHe Bayle, Phemaa Fisher,  Fay Pendry. Ronald Gibbs,' Frank  Crawford, Lettie Couling, Gwen Webster. Jean McCreath, Ena Christie,  Frank Byrne, AtSeea Spratt, Hlrell  Miller, Dora Sprawl.  Division 2���������Miss Boss, Teacher.  Highest standings Prone iency.Grade  S���������Margaret Blkaco, Joan Hilton, Herbert Gouling, Marguerite Ferguson.  Grade 5���������Herbert Dodd, Corra? Biccum.  Iris Taylor, Fanny Jbewss. -Orade B,  best writers���������Marguerite, Ferguson?  Dorothy MacDonald. Jean Fisher?  Pearl Spencer.  Perfect attendance���������Cora Biccum,  Herbert Couiing Minnie Dowries Joan  Hilton, Dorothea MacDonald. Mary  Maione, Frances Moore, Frank Meuro w, Allan Speers. ArtkurZ Speers,  Fanny Lewis. ft-* -is  Mrs.  Chrisler,  who  visit at Cranbrook came  the 'week* due to  has been on a  borne at the  Mrs. Manuel, who has been visiting with Mrs. Grady, left on Monday  for her home at Creston.  Bob Foxall spent the weekend with  Wynndel friends, returning to duty  at Nelson on Sunday.  Miss M. Crawford was a "Sunday  visitor here, the guest of Mr. and Mm.  Foxali.  srri vsd Stubs  and will re-  -**������  -a*  Mr. and Mrs,  Riondel on Wednesday,  main here for a while.  Mrs. B. Cornwell, and son  came in  on Wednesday   for a few days* 'visit  wstu uor Bsasratitga.  A dance will  be   held   in  schoolhouse     on     Saturday  TUvefirhoclir ra������ieom&.  the  old  night.  K$tehem������9*  Illness of her mother.  airs.  r������:.  ao.u.an mj���������  Highest standings  Grade aaa, Froflci-  eney���������-Sarah.QuIns3,'Habert������;^sssn'gs?,  Arthur Nichols. Generstl iar*apa*ove-  ment���������-Hesper Lewis. Writing improvement���������Agnes Baccara. Grade 4a,  Proficiency���������Moily..... Moore, George  Collisj Daisy Trevelyan. General im-  provs>rnesa1>-^Daisy- Tre^elyan.     Writ-  -Sntfv S*pvi"pii*aa*^a������^arw%^������yfc*fr������������������!u������PR������^r������>11Sg- P*5T������������Ji������tr,iaWk.������1*.3^S  Perfect    attendance���������Hubert   Ben  e*. tan .r^f* a  Bycknaan.  The Clements ranch Is to the fore  again this year with early rhubarb,  supplying part of the Creston demand  for the first time on Saturpay.  The extra $6000 voted for roads in  Orerton electoral district will be  appreciated by the users of the lower  Creston-Erickson toad if ������pent as soon  as possible in gravelling that stretch  of much-used highway.  Mr. and Mrs. Willis and family  hav������ just -responded to tlae'B'go west'  call, moving to Alice Siding, where  they are in charge of the Rose ranch  fcisfs year.  Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Porter left on Sara-  dsy for Wabb, ASberta, after spending  the winter at the Sash and Door Oom-  panp, where he waa employed.  "* **  Charles Cheney of Kimberley paaq  us his annual visit last  week,  going  back oa Friday,  Mrs. B. Johnson and Mrs. G. A.  Hunt were Creston visitors on Thursday, returning the following day.  Cyriile Senesael is busy putting itf a  Huujuiefi   D������a  l*tfij ua   iuc  an  u������o  and Omer  The flooding of the flats is driving  the mice on to the high lands. These  rodents are far more numerous than  usuai, and some of them are almost  ihe size of rats.  Ore shipments from the Alice mine  ysill be hung up for at least -another  month. At some points on the trail  fehere is still five feet of snow.  Pruning is general in this section  now, and the orchurdists are quite unanimous that the outlook for a big  crop of tne winter varieties of apples  excellent.  Dick Smith is stocking up with fin  extra supply of traps, pending the  opening of the muskrat season on the  15th. He has a line between Creston  and Duck Creek and banks on a big  rat catch.  BUI Vaneas is here from the prairie  on a visit with his sister, Mrs. A Cox..  Deer are unusually plentiful in these  parts. One duy Hugh Taylor saw a  herd of four of them browsing off tho  timber Bn the neighborhood of bis  ranch,  Mrs. Webster and her father, Mr,  Bailey, are leaving this week on a visit  with hot* daughters Misses Eva nnd  Lousle and Mars. Jb.rank Ebbntt, nil of  whom are now resident at the coast,  Mrs. Tom Anderson was hostess  Thairsdaaay aiftnrnoon to tho ladies who  are Indentified with the chriach work  of Miss Morgan, who was the guest of  honor.  Mr. aud Mrs. Wlllla and family, who  have been residents ait Brick son, havo  moved onto' the J. F. Rose ranch,  which has jaiat been vacated by R,  Toozo.  Just tlie horse you want for use on  the lanoh, also waddle horses, will bo  offered nt. tho cvr.'imwAt.y auction at  Oreston,, Saturday,-Morch 10th.  Olfuton Nahefl, who has heen here  oi, an ������xttmded vii-lb with Mr. and  Mm PVatak ftlamifntop, |i������ft nt tho first  of the wo������k for Lethbrulgo, Alberta.  Mcmb������ris of tho Social  Club wero  "%JVi������ids of Chance  Presenting %&n accurate, virile and  colorful romance of Alaska and its  pioneer days, Frank Lloyd's ������������Winds  of Chance" wall be seen at the Grand  Saturday night.  "Wands of Chance" is one of the few  pictures with the power to sweep one  virtually off his feet. Moving along at  a startling pace, this latesS First National epic combines the elements of  scenic beauty aand spirited action without slacken*Kg* its paceB and there are  so many celebrities in the cast that  reviewer feels that he has been entertained by a club composed of stars  only.  More than any picture lb has been  our pleasure to see in several years,  ��������������������������� Winds of Chance" deserves the dis  la net! on of being an all-star production. It is. And all of the stars tn it  share about as equally lan it is possible  for so real a drama to divide the  honors. Anna Q. Nilsaon, Viola Dana  Ben Lyon and Victor M������L������glen are  tbe principal quartet in tlie picture,  but there is very little to choose between their parts and those of Hobart  Boaworth, Dorothy Sebaatiitn, Claude  Gllliugwater, Charles Crockett, Philo  McColU.ugh. Fred Kohler and John T.  Murray, all of whom support to et degree the four principal characters, but  also share individual moments of his*  triontc triumph whjcli are vitally  essential to tlie plot's success.  Dyea, Chilkoot, Summit, Sheep  Camp, Llnderraan, Dawson City, all  of the famous points of Interest along  tho old gold trail to the Klondike are  graphically introduced, sand Alaska ia  for the first time truthfully pictured  on. the screen.  "Winds of Chance is justifiably ono  of the screen hits of th������ year and  worth going to see.  Mrs. McKelvey got back on Sunday  ������ ^ ������.      ������.       *~ from almost a   three-months'holiday  mger,   Seorge   Colhs,   J.m   Downes,  vuit with heP  4aushtw,   Mr8.  Helen "Hopwood,jHgas������per. Lewis,. Nor-  naa Marshall, ?Bert Morrow,- Cameron  MacDonaid, Harold McLaren, Arthur  Nichols,  Sarah Quinn, Clifford Yo&������k.  Division 4���������Miss Holmes, Teacher.  Grade 3 Senior: Proficiency���������-William Ferguson. Improvement���������Stuart  Spencer. Writing improvement-  John Pendry. Grade 8 Junior: Proficiency���������Aileen Klingensmitb. . Im  provement���������Everett Walker. Writing  improvement���������Ruth Hare.  Perfect attendance���������Douglas Aider-  son, Doris Bayle, Rjsypaond Sevan,  Dorothy Collis, Clarence Embree.  Kuth Hare, Emmet Johnson, Holger  Johnson, Aileen Klingensmith, Haagh-  ena McCreath, Lloyd McLaren, /Jean  McLaucblan, Norman Nickel, Eleanor  Spratt, Everett Walker, Maargaret  living.  Division 6���������Miss Hardy, Teacher.  Grade 1 Senior: Proficiency���������Doris  Beninger, Elena Androsoff, Beryl  Palmer. Writing���������Gordon Morten.  ImprovemenOoan Greenwood. Grade  1 Junior: Proficiency���������Doras Walters,  Mary Boss, Frank Herdmin. Writing  Doris Walters. Improvement���������George  Crawford.   Grade  2 Senior:   Proflci-  Ron.  *" LXJdgate, al> Calgary, Alberta.? and; is  1 [aseohapanied by Mrs." Isidgale, who  will make a short* visit, prior to making her home at Lethbridge, in which  city Ron. is opening as a dealer in the  Hudson and Essex autps.  The W^hirlwind Club are having  their March whist and danceat the  aschoolhouse tonight, with the usual  popular prices of admission.  SPRING  Sltrsfm**  Tho Presbyterian Lad tea Aid are  Taavitap a St. Patrick's" tas, eulo of  home cooking, and candles in Trinity  United Church basement, Thaireday,  Maron 17th, from 3 to o.JMI o'clock.  Saturday, April 2nd, Is the lust day  for putting names on the 11)27 province  lal voters Hat for the Oreston riding.  While there la Httlo HUlllnood of an  election in  the next twelve months,  irii'iiimfiCiS' l.A.iiH'4   ������������������"Vo    ���������������������|JJ������t'l������Wl������ d*IM������ ii  would be well   for all   Iniorootcd to  have their nn-roea placed on tho Hot.  A splendid display of  Mu!mei,y  NEW HATS  NEW STYLES  NEW COLORS  March 25 - 26  - at tho store, next the  Imperial Bank.  M������a<| B<4) E*"l������ B Cfa*i af* QaVM M,*ML  ���������'Red" Maxwell of Cranbrook Is here  at present, working on the yard crew.  Mrs B. F. Whiteside was a Cranbrook visitor on Thursday last.  Dr. Henderson waa a visitor here a  couple of times the past week, attending Mrs. Dibley. who has been serious-  Eyill.  Mrs. Frank Bamford of Nelson was  a visitor here a few days last week  with her Bister, Mrs. R. 0. Proctor.  Mrs. Proctor nnd children went to  Cranbrook with her guest, where thty  are visiting their parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Goodman.  Ben Whiteside, engineer on the  yard engine, is off duty at present, on  the sick list, and engineer Bert Hill Is  relieving him.  Rev. Father Cullinan'of Cranbrook  was here on Satairdaty taking Unman  Catholic service in the schoolhouse in  the morning.  Mrs. Brawn spent the weekend at  Dluskanook, a guest of Mrs. Shaw.  Mr. nnd Mrs. North wea*e guests at  tho Shaw homo Tuesday and Wednesday last.  T. Rogero, R, Heasp, O. M. Lo&oby  and W. T. Proctor wore Creston visitors between Ira!us on Monday. .  Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Proctor of  Babtrum, Sask., who have been vault-  Etig relatives in Los Angeles, Calif.,  the past two months, returning hnrnai  via the Ca*ow line spent a few days  hoax* this week with Ma*, aud Mrs.  Loaaaby. The gentlemen wore oldtlme  friends in Nova Scotia.  Meadames McOabo and Whiteside  wore tea hoataiasses on Saturday afternoon. 'There wn������ an enjoyable time  nnd a fairly good tumotit.  iSxn.AVv'iiiiaair.H.ik PauAiwuTH ��������� a^enatior  Dunlap and VnnSin Btrawberryjaliintu  at $#.60 per 1000. Menard Wigen,  Wynndel,  B.C.  ant,   He has Elmer Blair  Geroux helping him.  Tom Campbell, who has been working for Putnam Palmer & Staples,  Limited, left on Sunday for Spokane,  oaa a visit with friends.  :   Mr. and  Mrs. B.  Castle   and son.,  Ronald, .who;   spent the   winter hen������  "w^^i^^^?tnef-Sash?* & fDbqrTJoaftr>f  palsy, left on   Wednesday  for their  heme at Webb, Alberta.  Mr. and Mars. Lamptree and son of  Yabk are making their home here at  present.  Hairy Bedmile and Alex. Ellis left:  on Sunday for Spokane, where they  are spending a few days with friends,  Mr. and Mrs. Walter Walby and  son. Elmo, of Creston, spent Saturday  and Sunday -visiting with Kitchener  friends.  Miss Olga Nelson,  Who is  at   high  sshcol In Crau&r-&&d, ape&i; the weekend with her parents, returning oa  Sunday.  The wood cutting contract for tho  school waa completed on~~~Saturday,  Onraor Geroux and O. Bakktn were in  charge with Elmer Blair hauling the  wood to tbe school.  Mtosea Mildred Andeen and Clara  Hunt of Creston spent the week end  here with their parents.  Vie, Mawson of Oreston waa a between train business visitor on Friday.  Mr. and Mrs. P. Sawaley of the Sash  & Door Company staff, left, on Monday.  Will Spence of Cranbrook spent lost  week here, with his father, U. Spence  at the Sash to Door Company, going  back on Saturday,  0. M. Gilpin of Vancouver was here  on business on Saturday, leaving on  Sunday. O, Saddler of Fernie, agent  for a Toronto clothing firm, was here  last week, and says business Is Improving at Kitchener.  The whist wnd dance tn Hunt's Hall  oa Saturday evening was well attended. Those winning first prizes at  cards were Mrs. John Cowley and  Olarenco Devlin, while the consolation  honors went to Miss Mildred Andeen  and Elmer Blair, Tho music was.  furnished by Sflra, W. Arb, plasioj;  LowIb Simpson, violin j Joe MoLnughJ  lin, banjo, , '  Logging operations with  the  Sunk  & Door Company havo almost ccaood,  and about half the crew was laid off  on Saturday. Quite a few of tbe men  aro villi here, although the majority  have loft for prairie taolnta. The Continental Lumber & Pole UompanV aro  employing tomo of the surplus help  loading out poote this week. '&.'.,  ��������� I'l-lTT; ���������-* ij' ������,' ���������  Bj'i"\? if'iTm i,"1C-i?*'.T������r.\-%,T  i3.  '\->.  w as Once Smugglers Haunt  But   Now   St.  ra i.   xael  ���������Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for/  Colds       Headache       Neuritis Lumbago  Pain Neuralgia       Toothaphe     .Rheumatism  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEARTI  Accent   only   "gayer"  which contains proven directions.  Handy   "Bayer"   boxes  of   52   iahloiss  Also bottles of 24 and 100���������Druggista.  Aspirin   Is tti������. Unite   mark   (rcslstpred In  Canada.)   ot Bay<-r Manufacture  <vf Moiwaoctac-  aclde������ter of  Saaicrlicactd  CAcetyl  Salicj-aie Acid.   "A.   S.  A,">.     Wtatao  It 1st  -NV������al  known  that Aspirira m-eaus Bayer manufacture-,  to assist the j>ubUc *gatnat loiltatlous.  tbe Tablets  of Bayer C<*oji>*uy *������U1 t>������ stamped witti  h������Jr geiiew.1 tr������d������ m'-tElr-, the "Bayer Ouss,"  TL.    '^.J !_*-"* "���������'       "  '      "    '            '      ' .'    " ���������'    "    ' " " " " "'    *"" "'      '   " '     "    " '   " mmm  Is tne Vote   \A^ortli Having?  l������o tlie people ol" Canailii. am!, other eounxi-ios enjoying vlx-t* right*.  privileges aud liberties; -which resinmsibU." iiov&i-ntaaqta.t. confers lapou tliean,  fully, appreciate  the  value  of these  possessions?  Tteeallise; tbe loiiit and bluer t-truss le.-? that took nlaee, fiv*-������t. in. Great.  Britain and later in Canada, as well as in praetU'atly all countries now  amder democratic institution.-, t'er the aright of the franc hlse..it -svould almost  seeau absurd to iislc If people y  Helen's   is   England's  Most .Mjorai Viiisge    ._,,..,   .IcleJia^. fisle? ot T&ig)it,<'''i3 :;tiii-  ,dou|>te<lly adj^lan^ aiipsti?mpra,i jyll-  lagf.  Sb  gdlm  arid  pcaee-lGVias.. ;%e_  the inhabitants  that the local police  station:-has-been closed:       _..���������;-.---f:..t.-;,  ���������;-A  palieeamaiia? froau  Soavie-vr/a fiew  miles   away,    cycles    to    the    village  every day as a matter  of forara.  The  time  of his  ttrrayal  ia. known, to? all.  He is-giWtc&nvith ^sa^a5ie:-,.   'There is  tioy^r.{anyilaiiife serious iiniliitn to do?  -Thirty years ngo- 11 iTin^.4' r''\srbi"o  dif-  fereaal. Strangury hail to bo careful if  they   visited   this   tiny   hamlet   after  .o.ar5f-.       Tlie    inhabitants _'distrusted  -visitor?:,  and ysvere apt to  show* then.'  .tUstUte.    A  notorious   gaug; of  smugglers had    their   -headcj^iartcrsa-.  hero  nud  <iaaautitit>jj  ol" rum    and^cmta-a-  bnncl, goads; passed iaito tho Island for  transport to Xotadon. ..  InnoceuU little thatched cottager or  the crypt of a aaeighboring- church  -vvero used a?, hiding places by tlae  sntusglors. . ��������� The police aaid the  revenue aueai .were aiever idle.  Vg:i  ,0?  nf"~  blc    to    cold,    damp    or    changeable  ,.,,..,., , , weather.  But doctors know that thin  lueu tua.t which w so dearly woaa. Inquire * lllo6d   is  ^  marked   characteristic   of  RHEUMATIC VICTIMS  Can Find Relief Through Building Up the Blood  Pain Is'-the ' symptom ' of rheumatism that every victim a'ecogr.ises,  imd -he generally attributes the trou^  the  trouble.  Trying to   cure rlieuma-  oi"   aliuost   any   I'anadiari   eUizen   and   the   l'eply   would   aiuhesitataxigly   be  "Of   course-,    E   -s.-alue   my   ri^ha.*?   el   c**iiy.en������htp."   Aciiora.^,   howev'ea*,   speak \ tlsm   while   the   blood   reniaiins   thin  loalder  ttasvaa   word.-,   and how   do   thousands  of   Canadians  make   answer   io I imd  t>oor.  is an  impossible  task   be-  , t .     ,., .    '        i eause there'as-nothing- to build on.- A  uus  question   unen  d������e������s   aaane-r  thaxi   wxn-ds   are   required.' rLdnic   Uke   Dr<    WilliJms.   Pink-   Piils  The  ChieC' Ktectoral  Oilicer   tor  Canada' has recently   prepared   a state-  mem, of voter; cast iha-oughow. the lioamnaon in the general election of last  f?ho-\vini:-������i.he una!  to  :7o.062. The l^ominioai census of 1921  y8,l8������1.     tlsi'ig- round- numbers it- may  pave the population o?." Caaiada a^  be assumed That the population was at least 9,000,000 iai 1926. Of these  y,������>00,00tf approximately oue-baU' would he represented by those, landed' 21  ywars of age or *an-aiat\ira!izsd adults, leaving- aboirt 4.500,000 qtialafied  voter.-;.    To be quite within the marh. say 4,250,000.  In  other words, approximately one million citizens of Canada  qualified  to vote, or almost 25 jku* cent, of all voters, held their right to the franchise'  In t-uch sraaM esteem that alley did not take the troiable to go to the polling  booths "in a genea-al election io decide questions of national policy< involving  the personnel and policy of the National Government for tho next iive years,  This Caaiadiaai showing, while not one to which our people, can point  with pride, is decidedly better than the United. States record, where in the  elections of last. November.- when thirty-four State governors, thirty-five  senators, the entire IToaise of Representatives, nearly all the members of  state legislatures, and thousands of municipal, county aaad other oilieials  w<u*e. electe<l, oaily one-third of the qualified voters weait to the polls, the  other two-thirds refusing to use their freedoaaa and take upon their  shoulders the duties and responsibilities of citizenship,.  The people of Great TlriUiin discharge the duties of citizenship- better  than elsewhere in the Kmpire. with the exception, of Australia. But.  Australia votes lander pressure and compulsion. Although the  Commonwealth has equal adult suffrage, such a ' large . porportion. of its  people refused to u.-e the ballot that compulsory voting was established?,  and with good a*esulas so far as getting the people to the polls is concerned. \  Iaa tlae. hast federal elect ion in Australia and in a more recent national '  plebiscite,  90  per  cuait. oT the  total  registered, vote was polled.  Is it not, however, passing strange that men and women must be-compelled, nnd*.i* pain of a ftaae imposed for failure to vote, to discharge the  lar-it ohlifiatiofi of their citizenship?  As cue publicaUoai, commentiaag on this aanaxing apathy on the pau*t  of a large section of the people, vea-y truly says, no country caaa he welt  governed where only the professional political elements iat teres t them-  selves iu electioun. Cnforlunafely a great percentage of tho?e who vefuse  to vote have the catraoua conceit tlaat they are tho supovior classes; thai  politics is something beneath them. Such people are, iaa fact, loss worthy  ciiiy.ens than the profossloiaal ward woi*kers iu our large cities.  If Caauid'.iaat citizenship irf worth anything, it is worth at least Ihe trouble involved oai election day of going to the polls .aaid exercising the  franchise which .such citizenship ooaafers,  Tells facts front own ekperiencetb hMp others. Almost  ^,: w and rundown, "foe wort  new health and strength through^^dac? < U  Allen Boudria, engineer, of 432 St.  Patrick* tSt^ris" one ttf���������'������������������"���������> ttaB?a'S" bteb  2inov,-jv citizens. "My pvivpose in ic!l-  ini������: the facta of hay' expeiijbiice/f he  aaad, ^'is to helpo'tQcrs'^v-hb saiffdf as  "Fox five years I was ita misery������- My  whole sysjtcm. sacmciLl out. of gear, bait  my stdssaach 'troiablcd* ntba't. Even a  drink of cold water wouki cause niy  etonaach to bloat ,arvd.i swell abaaor-  niallyi?'Gas woaal^pf^eht me from  *;lccj[>ing at night so that Iliad to get  up and walk the floor fot* hours- Violent stomach paanV nearly drove mo  .: wi Id. Vve seen times when I was  doubled over, laaxableto straighten; up.  ,"My fracaacl M. Laponte told me  ���������how Tanlac had helped.him oiifc of  sianilar, trouble, so I gotasome and tased  !) bottles iai ail.. It j ust anaue me over.  I feel 30 years younger*.' than I airi, and  weigh 214 lbs. My appetite land sleep  are both fine. I cat what I like and  sleep ltke a top. Tanlac and nothing  else, made this great cKahge. Irm for  Taaalac."-;--;- ...,���������-;-- --?��������� ���������*?*��������� ������������������ r.^'.  If ovenvork or neglect have worn  you down get Tanlac, the great -natural tonic made from roots* laerbs and  baa-ks. Your druggist has it. Over 52  . million bottles sold.,  that enriches the blood and frees it  from poisonous impurities soon bau-  hdies ihetianaaisau from the system.  So loaig as the blood is anaintained* in  a liC-aithy c-oriditioai the tx*oublo v.'ill  not retiarai. This is itot theory. Jt  has been proved in hundreds of  cases; here is one:���������Mr. J. W. Rose,  R.tc. 2. Albany, P.E.I., says:���������"For  some years I was a great sufferer  from rheumatism and although; T  tried a gxeait many remedies, I did  aiot get aai^- permanent relief until after I took Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  The trouble was located mostly in any  shoulders, and at tiaiacs was so bad.  that-any Tight arm was almost useless. Of course I suffea*ed much pain  and great iuconvenience. My attention -was direest$*<! to; Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills through an advertisement  in our newspaper, and I decided to  'try them.- I took tlae 'pUlg according  to ���������lii*Getiotts with the a*esult that the  rheumatisau has left me, aaid* I have  never had a twinge of it since. 1������ this  aneets the eye of any rheunaatic sufferer my advice is try Dr. Williams"  Pink Pills at once."  You can get these palls froan any?  medicine dealer or by anail at fiO cents  n box from The Da*. Williams* Medicine  Co.,  IJroeUville,   Cut.  All fighters   ttf*c  tape   but  laone   of  thorn use as much red  tape  as  fight  commissionea-s.  iHlnmi.nni'ii'UHKnuimmx.HiiHij  Nearly Hundred Years Old  Incident Worth Mentioning  (      The  story  of how  the  gold oat  the  IS'.'.S i white  Btiir llater T,tnu*enti<a.  auank bv  i  Experiments Made in 1835 Witla Elec- ! Union   Jack   Drooped   From   Lauren-  trically   Propelled   Cars f        tic's   Mnirwvast  When   Located  IClectale  paopul^ioit  of    cars    dates! hy  Diver  ns   far   hack   :is   ls:t.".,   when   Thomas!  Davezaport.   of   Ven.ionl.   and   in  Jiobert i?>avidsoii, ol.' Sc.oa.land. both j ihe Ocrmaaas in the war, wjis recov  atari ������ xperluaenlul cars by voltaic bal.-jered by allvers onoratttag froaaa tho  a������!ia*;- carried oaa tho car. It. wais lvol.j Admia-alty ^teunaer Itucor, now about  however, atntil the dynamo eU-clricj to be Hold, is oaao of the most thrll-  nint'liLiui was perfected, ho as to a-e- j liug iu tho history of sou ssilvngo. One  din***   tlao   e.ofil,   of   euimail,   thai,   aaty I inchleut that  was  thought too trivial  !iNDlGEST.ON, GAS,  UPSET STOMACH  Ghres Concert From Airplane  Singer    ira    Machine    4,000   Feet   Up  Uses  NeVv  Device  In flight approxtmatolyf 4,000 feet  above the street, John. Charles Thoin -  as, concert baritone, sang operatic  arias to an audience iai Columbus  Circle. New York, ih ; tlie' iirst official  test of the "Voice of the Sky/' a  secret sound-producing amd amplifying device which malces -possible direct vocal comiminication betweei}  aiicratl't and any. one on the ground.  Mr, Thomas sat snugly in a cabined plane,' singing and talking into  this newly perfected amplifier of the  Plane Speaker Corporation of Philadelphia, while lais audience stood  shiveriaig in the frigid blast below.  Despite the fact that the piano was  bucking of a 40-mile, breeze, and  despite the din of street traffic, the  arieioclies were heard distinctly by  the crowds on the sidewalks.  "Hello,, New York," came tk>wit  from.the sky in steaitorian tones.  Then to further demonstrate theam^-  plifier, Mr. Thomas ...while- circliaig  about, addressed "his ground audience  briefly...  L,eaders iat the atrSraft iatdusUy  witnessed * the demonstration. Major  General John F. O'ityan, president  of the Coloaaial Air Transport Coan-  pany of New York, one oC whose  planes was used iat. the test. said, he  believed, the "Voice of the Sky"  would be of great value in commercial aviation.  '"With this device installed in  planes oai our New Yoi'k-Boston  route, and on the jn-oposed New York  to Chicago -route,"-������������������he said, "it will  be possible to comnwaaiicate with the  towns and cities over 'which they  pass, as 'No mail I today for Sandtas-  ley,' or similar spoken messages from  the air."  Easier to Substitute  Editor (dictating a. letter)���������"My  dear Mr.  Schanlvelhausenheimer-:--''  Miss Key tap���������'"How do you, spell  that'"name?" ���������  Editoi"���������'-S-'c-li���������^-oh, by the way,  suppose you begin tlie letter "My  dear Saa*, and save theWear "and tear  ou  the 'machine."'  EMULSION  in Winter*  {Besir for yoxjt and  Baby ~������oo  8SssBU=RUcJ.M!fS.,Mon!re������1  li. v������ u ��������� kj . K. ' a^y^^TT1  9~A  Instantly! 'Tape'sDlapepsin"  Corrects' Stomach so  Meals Digest  'JmJ^mJmm^^ *������&$&���������-*m\)^Bm**Brmfi GSr<mmW  EAGLE: 1BRAN������  ".. CONDENSED MILK.  ���������is' simply pure cow's -milk  from selected lierds, preserved with, granulated  sugar after part of the  natural water content of  the milk has been taken  away.  Tjiaciical   H.vHli-au   was   devised.  The l'in-li'iish and I!hint's (faaisn-  v. ay. UnrUand, ih-t'trle tvannvay, in  iss". was the ili-j-i. liuu in the r>nU.ed  b.ltmdon. whli li took, ihe narreiat froaaa  a   ( oniliK-lor.  Distemper  lt������tn|iofuls to irealiiient with  Minard'ti, Max with moiussus  and  i������oiir w*'.y a   bran  aiuiali.  1  lo be -a-erjorduil at tho tlatae hs worth  mentioning now, foa* tho touch of the  *���������������!>. trodltlon II   bring** lailo Ihe story,  Tlie Lnuruullc walled from Now Yoi*lc  In January, :I017,   hot*,   strong    rooaaa  mind with   gold    and    silver    worth  about  ;tr������,00n,{i<������0.    She wan struck hy  Clnrnwm   toa*i������edoes  aifl!   IVmgh   Bwilly  j aaad siaaak ha ir!0 feel of water,  Aftea*  | two yoaa-H an/'lfoa't was made lo sal-  vnge.   aaad   IhVr.   v.'heaa   a   diver   wetal  j down froaaa the Unci')' he foutad, drooping front the Laurentac.'s laaialuinaKt. a  fad nil Hag with  weveral  rents ha  it --���������  the ('nloaa ,'lnelt.  The moment you eat u tablet of  "Pape's lalaipepsin" yoiar hadilghsttoaa  is gone, No naore . distress froaaa a  sour, acid, upnet Htotnach. No tlatu-  leiace, lucurtbaaraa, iaalpi1.avt.ioia. or misery-making gases. OoiTe'et your  digestion tor a few'cents. Kach package guaranteed by druggist to overcome sfomiaela   troaible.  The sthiUt.y to speak several languages Is valuable, but tho ability to  keep your amra.ilIt Mlittt Iia one latigaaage  is  pi'iceleHS.  H 65SJ 19 tW B B add tal -388SI tw* ttSA CSS (3  \\  N.     (J,     K!7<>  PROVINCE   OF   SASKATCHEWAN  BONDS  IUiiikIiI.   and   :"'old  CutalowiH!  MrilltMl  '.L''i'<in <->n  "ttorrjiK'sL  NAY   &   JAMES  InvcHtmoiit   Sciiurll.lon  reqina: sask.  'HHiiLbiiHinid   t:H������r.  **agmmmwpr  j^s������*    Co-latt I^cllevecS  yf      que- ivttctSkvty Ba������Xt  ^  15et'ui.i:-,e labor i; i*he,������|i, laadlanit iaa  l'ollvla, ;?oulli Aaaini'li-.i. lire heje-jt'i of  1 nidi a,  "I realise the graally of Iho hIIiui-  ataou," Maid Sir Inane Newton an alio  I'alllaan tapple lilt Ulan oa������ the lu*;ul.  TJvuvrywl.crn rnon, wonwn ������n������l ^tdliSrcn  ai-* nnJInir invtant 3r������H������������ from CouEba  ������nd Ci������I<1k nt nil Utnria hy tmUlnur lluek-  Icav'u Mixture, Ev*ryMfh������ar*e dnacn-t������t*������r������  milliner "lauckloyV iinclar posltlv* au������r-  nntcn. 'liio lint ilrt������������ provfli how different It in-���������ami thervt *ro 40 ilo������r������ In w,  Vt-c^iit lii.Uln I Nover l>a TvlttlOUt tliU  pruvan coiiuucror ������������ colJs,  W. It. 11n*k1������y, l.lroW������������a\  143 Uutuiil St., Toronto 31  BW W tmStm MmW W   mWkT&mmt'lmflR  MI3MC"r������J������%BB MP 8,{  Oaie of the most effective veirmr-  t'u.gea on- the naarket isi MiLler'a Wonn  Towders. They will not only clear  the stomach and bowels of worms,  but will prove a very serviceable  medicine for children In- regulating  tho infantile .system and maiaxtalnlng  Et in a healthy coudltioia. There is  ���������aothlaag hi their composition, tlaat will  injure Ihe most delicate stomach  when dlr'ection-s. avo followed, and  1hey can be glveti rlo o.hllda*eat iaa. 1 ho  full assurance that they wall utterly  doaLi'oy all worms.  Addivesslaag a poll!leal Katha-vlug, aa  .apeulcor gave hlB hearers, a touch of  the paithoth'. "I auLss," he Piiid, brusU-  taag saway a not aaannianly tear, '"I mi������r.  aaaniay ohl fnco'a I uwotl to, Bhiake hanO������  witla."  A Prime Dreasalano for Wotiaads. ���������  Jav soiiie l'a.t!l-.oa*i������s jimli workshops carbolic avcld Ih kept for uho Iu eaaaterl/,-  Jng woumlH amd, ctatri BU.italated by the  work meat. Far better to keep oia  ham! ai. bottle of Th\. Thoiauis' I<]elccl;rln  OU. H la Jta.st an qtalclc In action aaad  dnert not. sear the Mlcln or hnraa tlae  flenh.  The ceddetif lime of the day Ih the  hour ,|unl. after sunrise,'according to  .'scientist?;. Thia Ih evplalued by the  fttct, that when I lie mm ntrlkcw tlae  ������<*rarth It eaiiHor- I.Ih������ evaporafloaa of at  \ chilling moisture.  j If one he troubled with corn Ft, he  will find ha Tlollowuy's. Com Uemov-er  an, application that will entirely relieve mittciiiag.  Write  Tho Borde-rx Co.  Lid,,    Montreal,  tor valuable Baby  Welfare Book.  E 1627  *-*-*-*^~J**��������� ��������� * ~ *��������� - -*-ni*i i -n  1*11   ������      *!..   wr  .������. <i  Afov cur free list oC inventions wan tod,  and   frco  advice,  Tlio  lsti.in.scy  Com-  ?any, Internnttonal i'atc-nt Atlomura, 211  ?anlc St., 'Ottawa.  5������.^Wi;tity(i)!ii:W-/*'-'J^l''^^->,'^i^y-4;������;^^^iJ'^-i,^V  caaa irely oii;  SIIIJj0M^  FOR  mm  Acii flltt- m flank"**  ������ln$U ������lp*js������ov*������ ll  ""VlilaaWFil  X TU'ltlrth   araaty, ro|.;lnictit  rerently  rnlairaacd     from     <"!oau-ittinthaoplo     to  I'Ju gland, a* I mm- beli iiv al)H^'iif   IS jvimh  aaad hoavlng nerved tu  elu-ht eountrlcff.  \Kttp Minard'* Liniment In tlie stable,  A  BROKEN   DOWN  ������YOTBIVI.<  Thin Ii a. <*on������liilnn (nr rtU^ati* | ������o whlffii ^loB|nr������  Cive mmiy nann-ti, but whlcli "ewof Uiein ra������Uy  undemttMid. Itiiiilniply ivfulcheM-ntiicalrtown.  a* it were, ofllifl viul Im era tint kunIiIn ll������*>������y*>  t������m. No n.atirr wliui mu) b������,lt������ cuubc������ (i hew ar������  almoai numbfitlrta), Im ������ytn)itoh>t are uiiicli tba  ������������������me; the uioce nruiuineia being. ileet)!M.MHo������������,  B������m.������ orprosn-at-lnii or ������*������a.rlnrKa. ������l*.|>t������,������t,lon ol  ���������plrlta uinl want of mnetoj for all iltr-ordinary  ������ttali-aoriir������, Now,wliuinloueii.Bl)i(i1utelyr.ii!ieii> -  Hal In *ll aucl'CBScaUincrrusrdvlMllty���������vli-mir,  vital itrMif.ili and ������narcy to tliiow olT thru������  ���������tinrlilrl fn<*lln(ri, and mm ailglit aiKicTiU ihti duv  iailtm������ybBinorccMti.lnlya<iRiir������<iaiy kcoornn of  the New Fi^eycH remedy.  "���������H"! 9 afOaf^a Jm\ ���������*% ��������� af*tV ttLI  attM ������.   *r%  THEaRAPBOW Wo, 3  lh������n byniiy other known crarobiiiMtlon, Soauroiy  tvr',:'.������taken In ucoord������n������r Kitliilir������|lrrc������ion������a<i'  eonipjnylnitll.wllliliei.liuil.-rr.dl.falililiries.torM  THE BXPIRIIMQ LAMP OF OF It  >       UQHTCID   UP   aaVFItESH,  ���������inilB newf*l3lf������iic������lmj������krtftllii |.Uc������ orwhalluA  *olilaly������fiBin#(iwoni������>ul,(i������tl1ii|>,������iMtv'jJiirl*i.a,  TThlawocwlnrf.il iiicdiratnant t������ aiiliahVlor niaJt'*������  ���������oaiHintionfl ami roiicU������ton������, In attlirr r*r������ i and tt  la difficult to imagln* a dltraie������r dnatucf inriit  wl>ni������ main faaliir* la wrAtu.iHa, that nlll rot  t>*������|>������iitUly and |>nrmu������anily ontrc.tna hy una  *acu|iarktlvcia>.t>aiirn,wlil(..tilM4tai.|lnatlU)caLtinliii  ���������ajliw'on *vrr������ittlrig llikl Itail prratiilfd It lot thla  ' n������l'1n-i������t������r*������d fU: ntimftrftwarjlaaaofi lnumanalIt-nrnti.  ������.ld byUaill<n:eti*i������liti.������r������lili*rt,'������.ri,|<iiii w:\lrfm  ������.l,*CL������atUa4.C������.Ua������at������U������UK4.t.AV.t.I.������aJoa Ji.JJ  J  XXUQi'  . w^������������������-.=.. ���������=.. ss. i'sr.-.:-. ,..,rTr,s-*?nw*nn^"&-^.v ���������  ��������� .TrMiJa. V 4������JS������ <t ������Ca\ J=. ,5-UJU.JCjQ Jt-*^OS,  "������b  *v^������  MAM������ ^^^Nllli     i Sw^:Coiif*wri*ce-r-on  i  eJPetisieiis.  < If miss.  Qttfi^aj-?--,H6h?S?e  Miftistcn* rpf:;HaJlways and Canals, has  giV0ik,_f.iip;J.^ ������^   ?*Um-  niitfingrto:y?I^i;Ua������tniutV',fdi*''its approval  aty^hey pVesenf soSsioi5,: a program ol  construction ,-v^oa*lC: su-g^e^^d-^by the  maaaagemerit .of;'-, tho?'  Canadiaai    Na-  mm   ��������� ~ .t <Vj1 a?1w^!������        l-*<r-.**"iw?        fi*  iviatterfWas Recently: Br ought Before  Albert a Legislatiire ;  R&uon ton.��������� Old  a ere peixgiori's .conn?,  before the Alberta LegJHhitui-e follow-  trig' t:3ae inirofliicfionof a 'motion by J...  yT^Sha^.y^iberal leadea-, tbat'"tl i e Government, should introduce at the present ssr-^pion   an   old   age- pension,  bill  aaad  an amendcmonl hy A. A. McG-il-  11 vraj?,   Conservative  leader,  that   the lyUient:  ciucsiaon be discontinued at the present, session and" if thought lit, that a  S-TP/ii'imiJ nr.aTTi.fi  mm seNus  Xtm0   S.  HI  [eating  i\ff t afi-as a-p  bill be Introduced as  sown as federal  Parliament is 'to be asked; Illation upon this subject lias been  !  o^thoaizaV ^^' Caamdian^ntlonal 1 or������ci���������?'1  b>" "��������� Donirhimi Parliament.  tIl^Uy������.;f,t^;'proeee'd: ^iih}M com ���������     Punier Ih"ownlee    adjourned    the  debaEe with a view to the. ba-iaaging in  of a compromise* amendment on. which-  all tHiope opposed to the motion might  agree.  Proanier Brownlee thought, that  even if the federal 1 louse" decided to  adopt a principle- of 100 per cent, liability for paytaient of old. age pensions, nobody would very seriously  challenge  the legislation.  directors  to  I  struetioia;;?durin g-ibe ai<)xt three years,  ofg$7<i.2^aiiaie,& f of> 'rial 1 -way.;' 'i'lie ��������� pa*o-  posala "are di^'id^dlatb three groups:  ������;y~Tji\ea which offer economic and  opersUiiig? aidyantages f to. _ the ; system.  3>^I3it*ahchesl^^ ot  general- develoioient? ?ahd ccdoniza-  tionfpf tlae country; which vvill ��������� cpnsti-  tute:fi'eed^rs'?to /theysystemf, f"  3y������A.\ bs-aateii  which   will   link   the  Hudson's Bay Railway with the South j  lines  of the  Canadian National Itaih j f^^; ������t nught be  possible in  ease  ���������-���������-X:,-:'������������������������������������'  /?. -the federal  waysysystem. ,.������������������������������������    -���������--. ��������� ������������������<-.;_��������� ? >  ..3;b^y^ost?df' these-new linos, which  are -tobe completed by August 31,.  1930, ;vpiU b6 ?l������il2<),00() and the program, has ?-bVen;/-'^  fsgenicaitf^tatosv after foxhanstive rote  shleration of the requireaneiitd of the  National system.  Abdht ;50?fper?cent. -of this railway  buihlirig program wall be in Sa.slvatch-  ewirh, ah analysis of these figures  shoTVvi??Th"s is entirely apart from  ahe, extensiou program of ihe Canadian" Pacific fttail way.  The irallway nianageanont, states  that it-may be 'finind desirable to asl*  at -sc=me time duritt?^ ihe next- three  years i'or oaie pr two extensions, as a  result of developments not fully foreseen at this  time.  The railway e*so cut avo"also havo expressed, their satisfaction .at ..the results obtained froan    tho    now    lines  .oniiLu-  Govea-mnent refused to  accept 100 per cent.-liability, .that it  would iiaadertakb [��������� seveaity-flre per  cent, of it and he pointed out that the  Ottawa House might lower tho pen-  sioai age to 65, whicb would briaag Alberta's share of the "bm'don to possibly   5600,000.'a year..-.  fjLoaidpn.--Tbei rising tide of.llnlUh  fO'dliaa'g: 'agviinHt . Coihinunlsl: , pa-opa-  ''���������liii'txthi' arfd ' ?ihri"" unsji^isra.etory rela.-  tioxife betweett the. British Cbv-ern-  aiud- itJte Itaassaatt Soviets hare  eulaninatedi jiai; a, steraa Avarniaag lroi*-  warded by; Si.L* AusttJn, Chambea-Lain  to tlae Soviet Goyoraiauent atgainst the  "contiianous breach of solemn en-  g-agements" belwceai the Uvo G-oyorn-  merits and'-aiiso the wide-spreaal ^)Bdl- =  shev-ist-propaganda.  .The. wai*aiaag was, in ihe form of  a diploanatic note, declaring in the  gravest terms that the Angio-Russran  trade a.ga*eehient would be abrogated,  even diplomatic relations completely  .sevei*ed, aanles^- "the - flagrant violations of tb������ ������solemn agreement between the two countries cease.'1'  ��������� - -Tlier- hote, addrcsseda ta ' M.   Rosen-  }3VJflj   kjwY.^'w.i.  j. VX'-*."^pO^AjLcufea V o *:.j.4l:..j-atyAK*Vav\**J|  is the rf3tarotigestf6f the nuiherems pro-  . tests sent- to Russia- since "the trade  agreement was signed m March, 1D2.1,  aud is one of the most out-spoken "dip-  lonaatic.docnments ever issued from  - Downing ..Street..-  The    first    heavy    clouds   'oaa    tlae  ! AnglO;Hussian hoiiKoai   eaaiae   in   392-t  with tho famous Zinovieff letter ."whtela  One    Thousand: ..Expected    at    New  York's ''interViatt'ioria'l' Gathering  :��������� - New?Ye>5*lc.--^-Moise -th-drt-  1,000:'   boy  ;and .'gia*! -editors'i.i-'dnglug in age from  ���������1-2;;to IS 5'ears. aaad representing school  publications    in ,43    states,   Canada,  Alaska,   Hawaii _tmd   tlae   canal   zone  are expect ed'lo ^.t tend ibe. thJ.i'd  an-  nuai   convention    of "the     Colmnbiit  S c holastic    Pros s   ��������� -Association    h ere  ��������� Marclv 3,1 and 12.;The stmdent journalists have siibnutle.(l theii- publications  iai a coanpetitloxa. if or .13. silver loving  cups, arid cer'tificaaes of honor.  '"���������"''Papers  written and. edited by kin-  degar^ten  children will be entered ih  a ieatiu'e contest..    Foreign^ iangaaage ���������  papers,'prepared  by    Aniea-icaaa.    stu-'  dents and ta-ado; journal a will also be  paltered in. the  contest.    The publicjo-  tioaas  to be-'represented at   the  convention run. intoy'hxmdJ'ecLs aaad are of  many different ���������'types.  nBPaT*r������f.c-in  lTi.%7  &  afBaf^-alif  Ha    fat  aft     B aB^H  mar-a nr*i^^bf  Foiiiicl Giiiltv of Arson  To Protect SharehoWers  Co-  wlikia Pai'fiaiaient sanctioned sn 102-!.-  S h areholde rs    of; ��������� S ask atche wan  Operative  Elevator Co. to  .  Benefit  Rfglna.���������Shareholders of tlie Sas-  . kat-rfiewan     ��������� .Co-operative.--     K levator  Coanpany. will receivo." $155.78 for  'every   1911-12   s^bare   for   which  they  origlaaally paid   $7.no. If  the bill pro-;  riding for" the windEaig up of the.  '"company passes the Legislature in its!  was one  of. the main .-causes of the j l3iea<iea -t33nt -the-.?men  downfall    of   the    MacJJpnaild, Labor j  government. j  Moscow gold���������a million sterling of!  it���������-contributed,   to    iaid ���������  the    British'  workers to-strike' last year, which the i  London    Gfov&rhment    considered     a  revolutionary    ��������� nioveanent,       further  darkened   live   s3;ies   as   have   reeent  eveats in   Chinas where   the - British  ,ai*e    .convinced      Uolshevilc   : agents  ��������� caused  the ? Chin<jse  to: single  ont the  iBritish  as their --'arch-enemies among  I Die hated foreigners.  Six    Kiev    Firetrven    Including    Chief  -        "WV i f t b'e Executed  ;Iviev," Ukraane-^^-Severe sentences  have been .passed on ten .firemen  i'ormdj guilty of ;;a*.son. Six of them,  iaaciuding the chief, wilt be shot, two'  were"s'enioneed to ten. years' ��������� solitary  confmement aaid the other two anust  serve five'years Ea-1 pj'ison.    The chief  set   the-  iires  fearing tlaey -vyould.   lose    their    posi-  1 tions because of a long period of inactivity.' ,-      , .  The members of the fire brigade  were"'ar're'stetl several days after they  had been commended for heroism and  skill: in fighting Aires in the Trade  Union: Club.of Kaer, and the head-  -auarters of a navigation coaaapany. It  was charged by tho police that they  delibei-iately set the "bniiclmgs ablaze  fox* excitement.  Wiii SetfeLegapy  of Gesigra. Strikes  JOB.  for Governors������snt Met Judge,   Say:  Earl Birkeniiead  Livea-pppl.���������-Tl������,c broad hatnaitions of'  the Coveraament's legislation 1o be Ju-  trodaaced restricihig the privileges o\'  trade unions were indicated by .Karl  llu'lconhend, seerotary .. for . India, in  the covar.se of his address -here. "We.  do not think it proper to leave the  legnliav or illegality of a general 1  strike to depend upon the e.spressioai  of opiaaion of .a,.;judge, . however dis-  t ia-.Rua-rhed he"'niaay be," he i-ahl. "We  intend that it 'should be laid down by  tlio juathorlty of ihat parliament  which was chalb-nagc-'d, that aiow and  liereuffer that w cap oai is j'orbfOuou,  and  bus be'cor.ae criuiinul."  ���������rain Shipped Cheapest Route  Western G-rdytfers Have, no -Preference  as to   Ports  Halifax.���������M.  Snow, memher of tbe  .3">oiaiinion. Gn.ii'n'Commission,;,aaid, one  of^'a delegation of Western gi-alri men  who  ins pec ted iho  elevator  facilities  * jit this    poi't,    states   that ' no    great  present    form.    In    other    words,    at  .shareholder hold hag the limit of 20 ol'  these shares will receive ������3.115.60 for  them on tho pi*o rata method of dis-  tributioai proposed in the bill.  Shares  issued   hx   succeeding years  will   be   worth    proportionately   less,  the hist shares    issued    beiaag    worth  |2'c-S7 under tlae pa-ovisions.pf the bill.  Tbe   difference   is   accounted   for   by  tho met that ihe shares .issaied in dif-  "iea-tf-a.t  years   are  paid  tfp. in  varying] anovement of   grain   through   Halifax  aanounls ranglns .from $12.50 for  tbe| can be ariiicipated pending addHiona!  1D11-J3 shares to $7.50 foa* the last 3s-'j terminal equipmeaat.' .  sue, stock"bonuses accounting for the "j     Mr. Snow contended western grain  difference in the paid-up value.     .    3 growea*s  and shippers  had aao  EH*efer-  Hssiair  Vanguarg  Fighting in China  Staffer  "-Speculators" who plamaed to make  a - ""clean-up" on   these  .shares will be  out of luck if the bill can prevent it,'  Premier Gardiner' declared, making it  l-cle'suvtbaat 'the,'government desaa-ed to  | protect not only the delegates, attending tbe annual meeting of the l*:teva:  tor   Company  next    week     baat     Ihe  tbousaaids of shareholders remaining  in Ihe. country.  Ambassadors Deny Rumors  England   Has   Net   Given   Itaiy   Free  H nnd Ag ai n j-.t Tu r!<ey   ���������  K    ("'oai?-.tmallnoi������le.���������Tluinors   that Kaag-  f'lsind   bad   graaatcd   Italy   a   free   hand  ogaiiist  Tur'Key  as  co.iupe.iar?atlon  for.  Itnlisin    co operation     Iai     China     so  'jragilulod publle opiaaion here thaat 'the  Il'ilian   and   llriiish   aaaihaa^sadorH   today   issued  pi aid In denialfi.  :���������   Deputy Muhmoud Hey, chief spolces-  'anuaa   for  l-N-osldmat   IMaa-dapha  .Kermul  P,-if-?h:>, flcemei! ilu* idea ol" Italian  ag-  gi'<'Ssioai,   bait.   ^1r<:ssos   the   faff   th.ul  ,flui   reljiftjreed  Turkish, army   i.> ]u*e  pnrcd  for any event iaaliiy.  once as to ports. They were primarily interested iai economy and  lhalil'ax, Saint John and Portland  -looked all the same tt> ihean.'  Orain would follow the eheapost  route, and by way- of illustration, he  poiaited out that United States grain?  wua- t-bapped througli the port ol: Moa**-  treal when that port offored iho lbw-  <-et' rates available.    v  " ?; f  Is Chnmplon Djfj  Mustier  ��������� <)iaebe<\." l'hnll    Wl,    (Jod<lai-d,  Pas,   Alan.,   liiiltdicd . tbe  raee   In  tjindaec  Intei'taalioaaail     flog    derby  ���������three     hours     ah     inlniil.������-s     and  Rernnd.**,   UIh   total   elap:-*eil   limn  Tlie  tho  ha  ?,,:in  'for  the three rnvs of raring \.van 11 hoaars,  i;l  Itaitaaai<>s and lll'i HeeuinlH, ^hh-la onii  e������'ib'.'i hlni  the ra.ee and  llale of chain  plou dor.' anu.-dnir id" the Xovlh ^rn������*a'l-  cjraa a a   <-i:iiineiat   naail  id'  the  world,  Would  Aid  Boy Scouts j  01 lava.���������Suggesting that-pome por- j  tio.n of  flap 10 por cent, reduction, an  Saicomo  tax,   provided   for  hy   tho   re-  ���������i'.cent budget, of lloia.. ,T. .A. Robb. ntiav  ylsLer  of finance,   sbonld   be   paid , by  each income    taxpayer    to    Ilae    J lev  Sc������>utK' AsKOciati-.>n,    ills    E\-<!ellei.icy  Tistcount" Willhtgdon nm'da> nat. oamosl  phia for financial svuiport to tlao aasso-  clulion fit a Iargoly-ntleaadod Jaanclveoai  here.    Tils  Excellency -said  lie  spoke  aHtlhiel' Seoul: I'or Caimdn nnd "ehlel'  iH'ggna' on hehall! of'Ihe Dtlawa Ahso-  cJatlon."  U.S.   |Vll*icrs   M������iy  Strike  W nub high in. While   then-   reaaaainn  tlte posfiblllly that the soft coal aaaln-"  ea's and oniM'aHvrn of 1He rounh*y Vlll  1-oii.ch an agreeanoial. til, :t laler can for-  ence, Ihe Preak aip of the Miami iiip*"1'-'  ill)? hi lor>ked upoaa"lahTo as practically  a-fl; airliip; a strike April   I,  " Petition   for   Resources  tMlawa.���������A pelliloii    laoarlng    !l,nti0|  t  aaataaes   asking ,for   tbe   a'cluru   1oM*j  berla   <d'   i������rt   iialu:r;i.l   l (-sources   "vvilu-  ��������� out  rest I'lcI ion"   was   aatblcd    in    the  House of Hon in ions hy 11, -.{\ Hoelctn,  C������aat*ea*vtu ivo. Morouto \Ve;d  tjeiilav.  Cut Cattle Rates  Ottawa,���������Word has been received  bore that the lie ford Line aaad. the  ���������Canadian'Goveanmont Merchant Ma-  a-ino: havo cut the Atlantic rata on  battle fiiom ?20 lo ?1C per head. No  Inforanatlnn has yet been received as  lo a hinjilar eaat by other 11 nest.  of   Chang's    Army  Many  Casualties  Shanghai.���������Six thousand "white"  iTus&lans,''vanguard- of Chang Chung  Chang's army, defeated forces of Wu  Pel Pa in Honan province in a battle  in which the Chang forces alone suffered  3r000   casualties.  The Russians., belived to be rofu-,  gees who tied to China to escape the  Bolshevists in tHieir own country, are  lighting with Cluang's army in its attempt to force Ita way through- the  terrifba-y of the inactive Wu so it can  attack he Cantonese    forces    in    the  SOUth? ��������� '     '���������;?���������'   "'" .���������:.;���������������������������'������������������':���������:  3STewr';" Vorlv?"~''To    strengthen    the?  boaids of S3rmpathy" between His  Majesty's oldest Dominion sand* the' Gov-  csrajnent and jaeople of your-great?Ite-  pnblic." ":. .;..?, .' ,.. ���������'.,/ ...; ;������������������-;,.  ', -Thus Hon.    Vincent:   Mas*sey    surn-  ���������m'e;d"up   his   mission ftp, the   "LTjiited  States in a    speech    before   the".���������',������*ii-  grims' Society;l*ere?���������"'���������'It:was liis first  public  address?ih   the United' States  since  he assuane'd ; office as -Canadals  minister..to "Washington- ; M:f ,yif;-f  .. Mr. .Slass-ey.    paid . tribute,, to .ihe  friendliness of Washington" extended.  by  President Coolidge, 'the "members :  of his cabinet and-the citizen.^1 of-1110  capital generally.-?'   He    assured-!f'Etis  bearers  jjhat'Horn.     W. .   S.    PbiHips,  newly   appointed   miniKter   froany?the  tCfhited. "States  to Canada,, wonld f.find  a "'genuine  welcome  awaiting him.' in  Ottawa=    T-ie went on to speak of tlao  ���������"noble contributions   which  -tlie-"''���������Pilgrims''. Society, has made to the cause  of strengthening tlao friendsliip which  existSf and. must ever exist,  between-  the people  of the  United States aaid  of the British Empire."  '" ���������"Canadians," he addedv "are1 "on''the  same high'pal grim ago of international  amity, and goodwill.   ?We feel that" we  know you  who   live  just across   our  lapreler and can understand .in    soaaie  measure and'"-appreciate the intricate,  and fascinating pattern   vhach    modern Aanerican life presents."   On the  other hand, wc have, too, a iia*st TraaVw  liaowledge of and an abiding affection  for iiie great   mother    nation,   whose  'impress laas been placed, upon our Jai*  stitntioais aaid'our modern life.      f  "inheritors of a? coinnabh language  and a com-mon bssfsls Tor ��������� art aaad  literature,, the "United , States suid  British peoples probab]y: always \yill  be. found shoulder .to shoulder .in antf  crisis which Hireatens society," Mr.  iSlasscy said.  '"Natioaial characteristics," he add- '  ed,-"are not an obstacle to international ataiity. They give, color to life  in a "ivorlci where .standardization has  become a peril. Unity in diversity, is  a. key to Anglo-Anieriean relations,"  Time limit for Tourists  Addressed Large Audience  New York,���������.-Tlae voice of President'  Coolidi^e in eulogy on. floor go "Washington'wrw cari'led. by radio "to eoainl-  less mlllioaas 1 htfo't'*tgh"ottt the world ������������������  tho largest au������Bience evea* addressed  by man, 3VIr. Coolidge'a volco way  broaidcatit throttgUqwt the country by  a hook up of -12 nfatUms and re-broad-  i.'aast an 12uropo, Lon.doaa, Vnvls nud  Uea'liu lit'loncd ija and i-epoa-trs were  Ihat reeeption ������s umtsuaally clear.  Mall   Planes   burned  Ivaiisa!-, '    t'liy. fire     <h>:*itr<a'yed     a  bnn.e-'i' til   I'hihards  Field, iiear bore,  wnnla'nliig  lour air anail , "phiaies. Tin*  'tihttai's  *v.'��������� i-1.������   owned   by   the   Xatlontil  Ah1   'rviin-p-������i*t.   In������*..- which   b<������ldH  *lho|  C!ilca:*n,   IVilll,^     line     f-oiiiraet,     The!  dutiiav."-  wiib e.-it l.auited al, .rnore than :  ?I0l),Oi'H).  Prettier on Viacaitloii  Allaaille <'rry, N,,T?- -rrcini-n* AV. 1..  Ml. 'Khig, of Ihe Dominion of C.-irrmdii  Inau; arrived here .for a hrinf vaennlon,  tiai'. King vetiuiud to mm> >a*nvsii������5itper-  men on bin arrival, de charing In*  vwlsljed   to Toed.  Automobiles   Entering    Canada    From  South  May  Now Stay for Sixty  Days  Ottawa.--Permits   for " automobiles'  driven by totirists entering Canada  have been exteaaded from thirty "to  sixty days, according to an announcement by Hon. W. D.. Euler,, minister  of customs and excise. .  Iia tbe past, American tourists on-  ica-ing Canada have been porssiilied  to drive their cars in this eoutttry for  thirty, days wilhout paynaeaat ol fees.  This period has now been extended?  io sixty, days wilh tbe option of an  extension to ninoly days under cor-  tnlaa  rostiictions.  ft Is unalea-Btooal that tourists wishing to rrmmlri ihe faill lianlf. of tiiaao  will bo required to present tdeaattlica-  tiota aand ca'cdontials from authorized  motor clubs or similar organizations.  For jionac yenrs past proviaaclal gov-  ornaaaenls. (f'anadiau automobile cluha  a ltd oa-ganivsaitlons Interest pd In tho  tourist traflic genea*aHy linvo been  sceliltig to have tho thirty-day restriction, wiib-lied.  Australia's Wheat Crop  Larger  Loud-ou.- ��������� H=It    JoHoph    Cool?,    Jllsb  Conanalsflionoi* of Auralralla,  Informed  the annual  meetiug of  tho  Attsti'tala-  Islaai C'hanibor of Commerce that Australia 3s expecting a much larger  ' wheat crop than last yoai\ He ������\st.i-  ariatod the present crop at. 105,0������>i>)nno  btaKh������������l"������. or which 120,000,11(1(1 would  bo avallablf! for export.  \V.    M.    ii.    tfiTu  \     Cttlifo'rnia. han   :in   fiuloinoblbi   for  c\'i!)-j   "SM  pei^'naa.-..  I  Practise High C������ on the High Seas  Sydney 1.1. Nicholson, orgauUt or AVesixnIUHtfi- Ablxo-y, comluntlng ������  j'ohesaa-Hiil an tirmrd the Cohnallim J'licltii: HteaaniMhlp MontroHo with Lhfi boya  or thn AVeflitailnstcr Abhey tclwdr, now tonrlnu Ihe Eflomlntaa iai n riciien ot  ho tig rneltabi. With thn ��������� fooyci tn r-cfikh)', A, V. HalllBe. I! Dream n<l' WJndrtO.',  Via). l:-i  -ii-<-:(i>;ta.iiiaBiy3nc: tho ������'-holr In  Ih-' Den:!nik).n' w3do  trip,  Celebrate R������d Artny Anniversary  IduM-ew. ��������� The ninth ;annLv<.-i'sai"y *->f  establiHUanont of tho Xteel army was  observed, ah rout,'bout Ilus.sila. Feb. *j:t.  Tin* mevv^prtprua's carry arth-des by"  leading .Soviet niU'liorJlien w Uc������  eaaiplui.si'/.ed fh������, propn������*cdJ"to.s!?.. of Use  arnay So moot nll'-viontnathlos.  Advertise' tor CtirSlloneu'r  Ot. taw a.���������-Tho    Civil    Hervlco   Com*  irtlHflloa Is ������<flvnrtl������liiK  for  a carillon*  mar, I'or tins now cnn-Hlon bi-llsa.wbleh  pre   if.  *l������o   hiMirrlled   |������������   VleNei'-*,'  "I'^AVi-i*-  nt tIan  |sMa*Uumont Faulldlnrfist. Tlie ������,ib  ��������� .ary Ih  i������i lut IfS.fiOf* a yrnr,  i&**������ tgrgS-SB: .~j*%*sais-s&?5s^g.,T^-': &*,<mi&*r$&g!^ -  mjjUmMUfyM.'VXM     Mir JO ������ JUa* TV  I"'?  :|,:  f| -  [If-  is  si  ���������I  TiiF   f:S>vTfiM SSB^VB^^  with respect when be  does, mad������  distinct impression   on the house.  s������ '���������#   issued every Friday at Oreston. B.G  Saibscrintion : $2.50 a vear in advance  $3.00 to"U.S. points.  O. P. HATB8, Editor ana Owner.  to" bring home  the  CRESTON, B.C., PKIDAY. MAS.  Electric Lignt Costs  Iss 0021 Sanction with tbe eleofcrie  light plebiscite more than a fair  share o? attention is being given to  the proposed minimum monthly  charge of $2.50.  None will disagree with the pre   1 A.     -   ������ _   ���������  vAieiit eoixa piaiii o liiav a is plenty  high enough, and yet after one  counts up the number of residences  Hera ia -what is reputed to have  made the "distinct impression13 as  reported by the Victoria Colonist,  the .BC. Conservative organ:  "Colons! Lister said that the re-  que&t-of the fruitgrower's had heen  that the Minister of Agriculture  should bring down a bill that  would coHtro! 100 per cent of the  fruit crop. He was sorry that this  course had not been followed. The  Minister, however, saw fit to have  a private member bring in the bill.  "TThe situation of fruit industry  was drifting to what it was in 1922.  It was up to the Legislature now to  ary.  u6   uG  r?������%fw -������ri������. f\m I  Tl..  _A_ggo������j|atsd  oaKtnna  Growers   repo:-t  snore  serious  w������veanwvT aa      aa*    Tt n^-  nsrs assd Spies than any ether vane-  ith   ������f  the!fcnAt -8 already invested indyking pro .  g<>  &   -gy, M������cls in thef&oofcenayValley* j  without the fair.    You never really j   The guarantors of the appearance of j tie8 ^ ift8t yearns crop.  miss the water  till  the  well runs! the Coldstream Guards band in Pen-I _*  tlcton l&Sv SaiutiueF uave just tui-ncu | Stev. Jas. jsvans. United Ohurrh  over $1000 of the profit mafia to buy j pastor at Kimberley, is taking a yeaa-'e  an ice making plant for the hospital I leave of absence in order to take roost  *V������a mil  j&very property owner ia t&& vi!.������  age should be out on "Wednesday  next,  to  mark  his ballot   on   the  electric light plebiscite.    This question has been quite a live one ever  ainoe Creston was incorporated and}  now that the situation has developed to the point where the commissioners are willing to invest up to  vuvw   sn   T&aas   venture   tney   are  certainly  entitled   to   have  a,  f������S!  expression of opinion for or against  in that town.  I gradvaat  te work in Xgngiand.  /  nthkidmiibm *  assist that industry or see it go out  fcbat wiil leave no voom for doubt  as to what  the  property  owners'  age boundaries it is hard to figure  out how a lesser charge can be  made and have the service almost  pay its way.  We know of one institution tb&t]  last year, for the purpose of eo*m  piling a mailing list of the householders, made a survey of the village aud this, we are, informed,  shows that theare ere not more than  1^5 possible light users inside the  corporation.  Even the most optimistic would  not. expect quite 100 of these to  take the light at the start. But.  even if that many became users  of the **juice" at the minimum advertised the village would only  have enough revenue to pay the  ������250 charged for the current.  And with   every prospect of less  than that number being light ens  tomers it is at once apparent that  while the minimum may look steep.  of business.  In 1922 while $2.50 and $8.00  was being paid by the consumer  per box of apples, the grower was  getting only 25 cents.  **Tbe bill now before the House  attempted to control the market,  and prevent 1922 co:sdid*on*������. Jn  this latter year two reppesentatives  went to the Prairies to investigate.  **T!iey found markets over loaded  and apples still arriving further to  glut the market.  "Colonel Lister, on the argument  that a grower could not sell to the  co operative body, said this was  not correct. A shipper could sell  his fruit through any dealer. It  would control against shipping into  an overcrowded market.  "Many returned men were-concerned in this. There were 3,437  returned men went on the land in  B.G.* and of them 906 had quit,  leaving 2,531 on the land, but   of  pleasure is in the matter. Certainly they have been very frank in  stating the case and qualified  voters should reciprocate by casting their ballots. *  it certainly will be none too high to|*h������������    220    had   only   paid   their  make the proposition economically  feasible with the corporation, which  is entitled to some return on the  money invested in pole line and  meters.  Too, it might be well to point out  that the suggested cost of wiriug  premises, and the $17 additional  cost spoken of, are all maximum  charges, bait the commissioners  have so stated them feeling that it  would be the wise policy to give  the top price with every prospect  of a reduction, than to place the  figures too low and incur the  illwill of citizens for understating  costs.  One owner of a five room home,  who uses both oil and gasoline,  tells us that in the winter he spends  almost $2 a month on these itlumin-  aiats. If these figures are anywhere near correct $2,50 per month  for the white light is not excessive, because it must be remembered  that "two bits" of this is everywhere  taxed for meter rent.  In connection with the plant  that will be installed at the box  factory, this will have a capacity of  not less than 75 k.w., which should  be ample to assure all the light that  will be required during the life of  the contract. The agreement to  be entered into also stipulates that  any timo light may be available  from the canyon or other water  power, or any source that will give  a better or more economical service  than the one now before the property owners, or where it may be  found advisable to vary the present  contract in any respect, those and  all other things advantageous to  the village wall be safego arded io  final agreement to be signed by  both partieB.  Boansrs   Ferry   Ooniasiercsa!   Olub  |5*~c*a������ji    vrcrp    ������lx    4.aij������au   uiov. ������Cv  an-WI  a lies.  "There were changed conditions  from the time of Adam Smith, who  had been quoted. The Great War  had come. There had come minimum wage laws since his time.  'This might be a little radical.  It had been asked for, and if it did  not work properly it couid be revis������  ed. He did not think it would be  wise to follow the lead of tbe businessmen of Vancouver, who made  an annual trip to the fruit-growing  country, and on the first accasion  the opportunity was afforded to  give help they turned the growers  down."  D&me&tSc Sf*ach  last year  at 150 carloads, worth |>IoG,-  000.   A car of mustrad seed was ship  ped.  Armstrong "Women's Institute is  suppytng cookies to help out the  lunches brought by children from a  distance who go to school in that  town.  Armstrong Women's Institute is  having a series of quilting bees* this  month, sad ihe bedspreads will bs������  supplied to the crippled children's  hospital.  Kaslo fruit growers organization  want tho Kootenay horticulturist, 33.  O. Hunta to make a survey of tbe distract aod recommend the profitable  apples to grow there.  25 milts of the Cranbrook tax rate  will be required for school purposes.  $58,742 will be required for educational pusp'jse, of which the government  grant will help up to $14,000.  Cranbrook becomes more metropolitan in her ambitions as the days roll  by. Tbe Courier hears that Alberta  capitalists will build an apartment  block at Cranbrook. this year.  The Oliver plant at Penticton 3s prepared contract for 500 tons of cull  apples for vinegar making this year.  In 2026 it paid out $1750 for apples  that had previously been dumped in  the lake.  Bonners Feiry optimists estimate  that in 1032 that district will be shipp.  ing a million and a half dollars worth  of agricultural products, which will  just about equal the amount of money  J^OT ������sly ase hesss sssds by She  * Amalgamated Breweries pure  and wholesome by test and delicious  to the taste; they are thoroughly  ���������matured bears and fnTly fermenteda  Due to the huge brewing and storage  capacity of the Amalgamated Breweries (approximately eight times  British Columbia's present consaimp-  tion of beers), ample stocks are always  en baud, maturing in great caaks  wades moat perfect and sanitary  conditions. Ail beers are allowed to  ripen for periods of about five months.  Fermentation is completed, absolutely,  before they are put on the market.  You are assured of a healthful, family  ������5&t<urevi. ucVeFagS vru������u yOU pufCuuiad  beers  made  by  the  Amalgamated  !!!/! Mimm jiiBJiiiB nin������..  iWWuuilfS I'm iMmi limit  Storage room casd  vuts in which beers  are matured in the  Amalgamated Breweries.     Visitors    are  eordiaUp invited io oSS  the plants of ihe AmaZr  gamated Breweries.  Easily Impressed  There ccrtaiiily in nomn truth to  tho old sayiaag that "anticipation is  more pleasurable than realization."  Iaa the debate on tho Fraiit Marlcot-  iaag Bill at Victoria ia few days ago,  a despatch from tlao oat pi til to tho  Nelson Daily Keww caaasud-partisan  ������������������aithiiKiafma to run W\$r\\ wIkmi that  -mt'dium informed that ^Culoucl  I ji i������������Mir, who doa's not often   engage  With so much propaganda in the  Tory press as to the imminence of  a provincial election this year it  will be well to remind all citizens  that the voters list for 1927 will  close on April 2nd, and any whose  names are not now on tho list  should make it their business to see  that they are enrolled before this  date, as only one other day will be  available / for registration���������about  the middle of May���������when oppKc  ants will have to appear in person  bofore the voters list registrar.  All postmasters, justices of the  peace as well as about two dozen  ordinary citizens in CreBton Valley  are qualified to take your registration, and any who never voted at n  provincial contest before should  remember that voting at the Do  minion election last September will  not get their name on tho provincial list. A sot form of Application  must be signed to secure provinoinl  franchise.  \  Ixl the Amalgamated  Brsweriss are sssedsts-d  Vaacouver Breweries limited*  Westminster   Brewery   limited,  BaSnier Brewing Company of Canada  Osslged* Silver Spring Breweries limited.  and Victarla-Phoenbx Brewing Co. limited.  e  I  Thin advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control  Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  B������i������lliffl  What about that  arc  Tho annual meeting of Oreston1 a  fall fair association is sob for Tuesday night next  at  the municipal  building, ftrnd tho ItovEovv has Ineew  requested to urge all in.terest������d to  attend. If, as so often looks to bo  tho oa8e,"Croston does its beat when  it knows tho worst," muoh may bo  oxpooted of Tuesday night's session.  Certainly tlaero ah aaa Id bo no exhibition if U������mn Mnthaa������*5rtm������rr< prrtwotnt'fl  itsotf than in 1020. Tho fail! Tt.lr in  a fixture that Croaton ohouW   not  You��������� no doubt, will soon need one; the  bright Spring days will soon be with us  again.  We would like' to shaw you our fine Tailored  ix^?LB3,5*15   fl ji *5J. E������3fl,  ^p/**?*���������* "  q,y ep  g?(jj   laPr^p^j^  Good fit and good material guaranteed.  Also a full Hue or Trousers iu Fancy i weeds  aud Fiue Serges, $3.00 to $7*00  ������9t������\ ESSE- E9E9 meSmm.f^ggS tffjhk Ca, E3 Baa ffi8 [BBS K^fc jfWji   fit!   Wk H taaiSiJ IH     tUMi  P^ll-Mi MIIM Y  ���������ilt.JBy n|^Et������ H9 1$f K| |^ ^f-*"!** m %Ht|      el  ^aVflr      ^VaaWr       rnkw    W    aalP    IM Mr VI  aaV        "aaP OT  Ltiivi YEt>  in debate but ih iilwaays linteiaod to I aVauaidon bub possibly Iho boat w������y' f"  "S/JEaJB   **UJ*SM&:a"IJ'������   Jt������������ ������&������;������?  I   .^rfc^sil    ^3=9*=!    f^fiaW^ear**** fia1  Tuesday evening, March 15th, has  been named for the annual meeting of,  Oreston fail ?k!p. tbs KJithsTiia* fco bs<  held 'iat thfe nrantcipai building at 8  o'clock.    D. T. "Scrirogfeour is   the re-  tti'iisif presade^aii  '"' . f >  The vote on the electric light plebiscite will take"place on Wednesday,  19r,h, from 9 a.su. to 8 p.m., with the  polling place at the municipal build  ing,    W.'O. Taylor has  retUrntor--* officer.  been named  to  Foa   Sai.e��������� Jersey   heifer,   due  freshen soota;   Chevrolet Sosirang car,  heavy, team wagon, team disc, buggy.  ������sa:������rat  ity of good  potatoes,  DEPARTMENT OF LANDS  NOTICE  Application for erasing Permits for the  Season off 1927       i  Applications for permits to graze livestock  on the   Crown Range within   any crazing-  must be filed with the District Foreaterat Port  George. Eamloops, Nelson, Prince Rupert.  Vancouver- or willlaias Lake, on or-before  March 31st, 1927.  Blssk forms upon -which to submit applications to*"* be obtained frees ib.s JDtUztsivt  Foresters "at the above-named places, oi- from  BOaT-i'y, Creston.  "*' ���������  Februaryrevenues at the provincial  police' office wes-e much the same as  February, 1928, this year's total, intake  being     about   $500.,     Auto' number  plates  brought ih  $330 of   this,  dog  licenses $35 and fines  A o    W..S11   V.*������     .....  where in this ieaajs there is great  V34rIet*,T to the article's to be sold at the  community auction *>ale at the Lamont  building, Oreston, Saturday afternoon.  J&arch.<l9bb. - Sale is at I p.m.  At the evening- secvice at Chriau  Church on Sunday, 13th, ReV. S. New-  by's topic will be "Except ye repent ye  shall all likewise perish/' During  Lent there is a communion service  every Friday morning at ten o'clock.  Fob Sals or EJxcHANGE^-Oircular  sawing machine outfit, sax ytaorse-pow-  er Fairbanks-Morse engine. Z type,  with 28-inch saw. "Wpuldf exchange  for team of heavy horses, value $350.  Apply Abey, Kaslo, BiCC  I    iitwo yr ru*? 5 EtiJua  a  !!  S3"  J  74 new members were added to the  roll of Fernie United Church last vear.  Very  few  of the  W*-*aaV-aa"*BW>4*at^j4       f*������'  orchards  around  Oi    sjisSi^t*  ���������������*������������������������-.**  ���������*������*��������� u~-  a ������.u    . jLv,vuaac������- a^*w.  -.G. R. NADEN,  Dennty Minister of bands.  Department of Lands,,  Victoria, B.C.,  January i, 1S27.  L������$gM anai ������#&&&&  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  [connection  Shoe and Harness Repairing  m.      UH>1������1JIU1U   UJKf     ������a  I coupled with hhe he*3vy sssowfall on  ihe flats is likely to cause qnite a  heavy loss of Indian cattle in that sec-,  taon. The feed supply is .about out  an-:? it 5?L!l be ** few. weeks yet before  toe pasture was be much good.  At the meeting of tbe Hod and Gun  Club on Thursday night the decision  was against going ahead at present  with the erection of a ball on the club  lot on t Barton Avenue. Tentative  plans called for a two-story building  estimated to cost round $5000.  Geo, Keinwald returned on Saanday  from Salem,. Oregon, where he has  been for the past three weeks, and is  so taken with the 'future prospects of  the place that he is -moving thereto  resided. Daae to industrial devop-  ments in the way of pulp and iraeaa  plants Salem is enjoying uniasunl  development; and  appears  to nave aa  'Fernie police have been instructed,  to close ail "gambling games in that  city.  Up till March 3rd Bossland has been  favored witb a total snowfall nf ������ight  feet.  Hardly more than 59 cars of the IS26  apple crop in the Okanagan remains  unsold.  All the 1926 apple crop at Grand  Forks has been shipped at the end of  February. ��������� '���������".  The apple crop at Bonners Ferry in  1926 allowed of three cars for shipment  to outside points.  The Silver Fox farns at Oranbreofc is  winteringsaxty mother foxes. Twenty  pelts were sold in 1926.  The fall meeting of the presbytery  of tbe United Church ih the Kootenays  wil! be held at Oranfcrook.  ill H  ones  1 t%0%9%f   |  '-  assured future.  Jas.Spaeis.a well know*o-K������sk������.resident, and D. McDonald of Balfour,  were here at the first of the week,  each wanting to buy horses. -Mr-  Spiers is* also a promiuient orchard-  ist, whose Gravenstein apples naade  1 TKa'slo fatuous in   the early  days,  but  Rosslarad wil! build a new reservoir  this year, which will increase the  domestic water supply 23 million gallons. "���������'':-'?  .The first robin' ������w������s seen at I?ei?nfs  on February S5rd, and the Free Press  believes him to have been a tough  bird.  Boaibers Ferry tie mills are now  receiving 60 cents for ties, and are  turning them out at the rate of 20,000  a month. ���������  A bald' bead eagle with a wing  spread of seven feet two inches is  being mounted at "Vernon. It was  caught an a trap.  At Kaslo some of the growers favor  grafting, ail the Gravenstean, Snow  and Wealthy, apple trees to Delicious,  Nekton or Spies, f.  The Associated Growers report  more serious "breakdown" in Wagners and Spies than any ether varieties of last year's, crop.  Rev. Jas. Evans, United Church  pastor at Kimberley,-is taking a year's  leave of absence in order to take post  graduate work in England.  PRE-EMPTIONS  . Vacant, unreserved, surveyed  Crown laza&a may be pre-empted by  British subjects over 18-yeara of age,  axuS by alieras on declariner intention  to become Brjitlsh subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation,  and Improvement for cgrieultural  purposes. , -v. ���������')''���������������������������  Pull - iufermation concerning- regru-  ���������attons reg-arding- pre-emptions - Is  given In Bulletin "No.Ll-, Land I Series,  "How to Pre-enopt Land," copies of  which can be obtained free of charge  by addressing the Department of  .Lands, Victoria, B.C., oi- to any Government Agent.  Records will bo granted covering  only land suitable for agricultural  purposes, and which ia not. timber-  land,.-!.������., carrying- over B.000? board  feet per cusrs wetat of the Coast Range  and 8^000 feet per aero east of tlaat  Range.     "  Applications for pre-emptions are  to be addressed to the Lajid Commissioner of the Land Recording Division, In which the land applied for  lis situated, and are modo on printed  forma, copies of which can be ob-  Italned from the. I*and Commlsnloner.  Pro-emptioaas must be occupied' foi  five yeauro and Improvements mads  to value of $10 per acre, Including  olearintr and cultivating- at least flv������  atcres, before a Crown Grant can be  received.  Por moro detailed Information see  tho Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  Xsnd."  ���������       PURCHASE O  Applications aro received for pur  choao of vacant and unroses-ved  Crown lands, not being tlmberland,  for agricultural purposes; miailnvuro  prl������������ of firat-olaflB (arable) land is |5  por -acre, aud aooond-olass (grazing)  land $3.50 por acre. Further Infor-  mation regarding purchase or loaa������  of Crown lands in given in Bulletin  No. 10, Land Borloax "Purchase and  Lease of Crown Lands."  Mill, factory, or Industrial slteB oaa  timber lend, not exooedlwr 40 aorea,  may bo purchased or loasod, tho conditions including payment of  ���������tumpage.  . HOMEIIITE   LEASES  i^-Unsurveyod areas, not eacaoeijlna 20  [aores, may be leased as homeeltea,  [conditional upon a dwelling bolnit  i erected in tlao first year, title being  obtainable after residence and Sm-  provement aonditlona aro fulfilled  and land has been surveyed.  LEASES  Por (rraxInR- nnd ''Indiiftt.rlal i>iir.  poses areas not exceeding 640 acr^i  mtiy bo loosed by on������ poraon or *  comoany.  GRAZING  Under the Oraasing Act the Prov-  lno������ In divided! Into graalnir <1lB|rlct#  and the range admlntsterod airader i  Qraslntt* v. Commissioner, Annu������j  JirraztnK peranlta aro imvoO. based on  numbertaa, raur*d, priority being jrlven  to established own������m;.fiiano|<.������wn������M  may rorm ausocl������tIon������ for rnnifb  ninniifirement. Freo, or parttully fre������  Purn-ait* mjrm availab.e for setMnrn  ������ttawper������ and travellers, up to t������M>  bead.  due to them maturing' later than at  Creston and the uaafisgias tuey are a  poor seller,? *mdy many of them are  being top worked to late winter varie-  ties,? '?  With the reclamation of the lands  on the north eade of Goat laiiver now  all but assured the lands department  at Victoria are hustling, along the  plans of the sub-division of Block 281  oia the other side of the Kootenay  which work was done last season, and  it as anticipated this block, which contains about 500 acres, will be offered  for sale this year, along with Block  274, near Lister, which was also surveyed in 1026.  T>. K. McDonald was a Thursday to  'Monday visitor here irvom Spokane,  and during his stay naade extensive  borings over the south dyke line of the  Oreston Keclamation Company's 10,000  acres on Kootenay Flats on the east  side off the Kootenay. The visitor is  associated with ft' proanineht contract;  ing firm in thait city, and as soon ais  Engineer MoCulloch hiis the plans  completed Mr. McDonald will be  amonsg those submitting bids for the  dylcing contract.  eoFif teen tables of players were on  hand iW the bridge and whist under  the direction of the Badminton Olaib  on Friday night nt the Parish Hull.  Bridge was the p������*ime favorite, only a  dozen taking piirt in the old style  whist. At the former- the high score  prizes went to Mrs. Geo. Young and  Dr. Henderson, while tho consolation  honors fell to Mlsa Hardy- anal P. G.  Ebbutt. At whist tho top Rcoro  were made hy Mrs. McOreath and  "Jock" Osbornt', while tho low scoveH  wor'o'rhiade by Mrw. Jory nnd amnjor  Malliindalnc._ A very fine lunch was  served, and everyone thoroughly enjoyed tho nffailr.  Provincial police H. McLaren got  back from NelBon on Tuesday bringing with him Win. Kennedy who is  now in the local lockaip awaiting trial  on u c������iiai-fcj������V <>I (getting <moaac-y au-.df*r  falHo protouccfl. lb would appcur thait  Kcaandly sohio wiwks ago as old a loon!  rcflidetat ia lease on Homo oil land a in  AlberttL for which ho received tho suna  of $26 in cawh and oil stock valued at  $J������00. Ah tho lease had not been de-  livea-ed n wiaa*a*aait wmh iHhia������*tl f<ir  K������nrar������dy*s arrcHt which avas eff������������cte<l  laastweuk. lironsaody has' iimUoU for a  da-tiny of eight d������iy������ in Iuh trirtl, wlaich  will Uiko placia before Utu middle of  month.  According to the Vernon News the.  Okanagan has had an unusual winter.  A Iiewis woodpecker wintered there  for the first time in history.  MINHRML AGT  FORM tr  Certificate of Improvements  tvanoi  Midnight. Fractional. Mineral Claim,  situate in the Nelson Mining Division  of Kootenay District.  Where located: On Sheep Creok, adjoining the  Queen Mine Group.  TAKE NOTICE that I, A. H. Green, acting as  agent, for Mlchael Murphy, of Kaslo, B.O., Free  Minor's Certificate No. 84701c, intend, sixty  days from tbe date hereof, to apply to tho  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining- a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 85, must be commenced before tho issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of February. 1027.  A. A. GREEN.  MINERAL ACT  ���������     FORM F  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Klondike- No. 1 Fractional Mineral  Claim* situate in this Nelson Mining  Division of Kootenay District.  "Whoro located; Near Ymtr, B.C.; adjoining;  tho' Yankoo Girl.    TAKE NOTICE! that 1. A. H. Groan, acting  aa raffont for William Thoanaa MoDownll, of  Ynilr. B.C.. Free Minor's Cortiflcato No. 602������Co,  intend, dlxcy daye from the dato hereof, to  apply to fiho Mlnlnjr Booordor for a Cortiflcato  of ImprovomontH. for tho purpose of obtaining*  a Crown Grant of tho above claim.  And further take noUco that action, under  Sootion 85. maiat be commenced before tho issuance of mioh Cortiflcato of Inapravomonte.  Datfld thisOfch day of Auffuat. instn.  a. ir. artREN.  MINERAL AOT  FORM F  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  May Day and Pink Diamond Mineral  Claims, situate in the Nelson Mining  Division of Kootenay District.  Whore located:   About t!������rco inllea from Ymlr,  TAK1C NOTTOIC that T, A. If. Green, aetlnp  aH aaonb for ImmvIu Davlnu, Froo Mlnor'ii Certificate No. IWWIC, intphXl, Hltffcr daya ri*o������n tho  dato hoi*oof, to apply to tho Mining ttooordur  for a Cortlfloats or lmplovomnnt% for tho pair-  prr:*-. cf c"kta.!r.!n������: c. Crov/n Or.f;,r.t to tlao ������\i*vx  ulllilllH.  And fiirthor tAMca notlunn that aotlon under  Hi.-v.tkun  B5, ������iku.,t.  bo  ooramoncod  before liio  Ihhuiukm) of Muah OurUntvvU) of Jjiijiiovuhuuu!**.  J)ato������l thi������ *th day of Janvary, 1027,  A, It (3 KEEN.  Roadster and  lounaag-^ 5������  CT*^:  ach  Coupe ���������  Sedan - - - -  Landau Sedan  -  1025  Qne=Ton Truck ��������� ���������    82  Roadster Delivery���������- '  lecludes Bumper, Spare Tire, Motormeter.  fm^l   i*^*S     Jfj  FREIV1IER   GARAGE  PALMER   <&,.'  MAXWELL  SERviCE Ori RwVTHiriG OPERATED BY GASOi-INE '  EAT MERCHANTS  JTRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, estsy to serve.  Shamrock BranaHAM9 BACON *xna LARD  CLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  <loverament graded;, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties. ��������� _  Choicest BEEly P���������^K, JETTON, VEAL, LAMB f  BORNS'mEALJ^  increases e#g prodxactjon and produces better poultry.    Buy the best*  DeForesi *% Gs*os/&y  J^g^yt;        ^ffl^B^E^^K^ aaaaaaSaa^^SaaMaai 'a^SaaaalaaaaaaaaaaaaV' aUaaaaa^aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaT  Installed in Console- Cabinet made  by McL&gam.  Cannot be surpassed by anything in Radio*  Lower prices and can give easy terms.  Will be pleased  Si to  have  you  call  in  and hear our machine any  evening.    Everything in Radio Batteries.  B EVAN'S  GAR A  nmmmmm  iiimwmmmmmmlm.  GENUINE ASSISTANCE  TO FARMERS *  That this Batik is anxious to assist the agtir*  cultural development of Canada la fihowa  by the fact tlxat two-thirds of our bovieowhiag  mtxsBtowutv& arc fisnsicraa  An application tor oNtdilt (mna yow wCtl  hm ffivmn the roost motmBidecute ttenttaant. gfi6  vMsawMWwaMMwwaHWMMMMMMwaaMMiiaaaa.  Xrlls  *SJAjNAOLAJM BANK  OF COMMERCE  CApital Paid Up 420,004X000  Ileaicrvc Fund $20������OOOjOOO  Creston Brand* ������ D. T. Scrfingaeour, Mnnagfr ssss  ���������wmaijjjuwSgig  It:  If  *������  K  II  THE   REVIEm?HiPE35S1?0^;^;^B.^^  WIMP HApPFNimiN   i  BRIEFLY TOLD  'Af-saam of. $1,000, lost by a piariy of  settlers iia '-'a.'.train? near Yaiicouv'er,  B.C., was recovered by a truck vnlleer aiKt returned  to  the owners.  The  Canadian legation unfurled its  first strip of bunting Feb. 22, in honor  ������ T   \1.SJ~*M  \XiS \   H  #*���������::.���������:���������.?&:-:���������: :.\?il  iiillialBtii  Flag Made o? Feathers  Made eoanp]oi*.dy of iVai hers oi  birds of paradi.-e. an ov.oi ni<>e.s Italian  llajj has* been a-oreived by Signer  Miti-solim. from a inas.--ioair.ry who li.'i'i  Iioano aha-eo vi'ars ugo i'or IVcili.sli X-.-w  Guinea. At ihe mue  weut  uavuV   Mai.syoluu  ii'   ������vdssiona'*(*v  ii-uh-     liiaai    a  Ibis occasion will be the "Union .1 ne]<.  Queen's "University announce a new  fellowship lor the eneoairagemenl. of  I a-eseareh an Cauudiaaa history. Sir  | James Alkeaas, of Winnipeg, eoutri-  j fouted $5,000 toward the endowment  ] fund, niulwing tlae newr fello-wshap pos  ] sible.  i Correct attire is required of street  I car passengers at Kio do Janeiro and  ! ihe rule it* rigidly enforced. 31,en. must  | wear a eollur and tie. ami on the iirsa  j class ears, a. tout.. A coiiductoj- re.  'j eeaatiy stabbed a. man vho irisisi<-u on  I riding iu violation of sho collar-antiu  , oid>c-r.  Kins (.Jeormo has appointed .t.ud.y  ��������� Maude Jloa.re a ila.nao ooamiumder ol"  iho Order of Use British Kmpti-o. Tlie  :ipj>oini.aaii������ait is in a-uoojjaiLli.oai or? her  recent voyage lo India which .she  made by air, :tc������*oiaipanyir.is" ht������r laaas-  baaad. Sir Satmtol 1'ioare, lUiiish air  minister.  present  ol  a.  Italian Jb-  4^-TB  bit-  ���������lo.    M    : a dill  a tut an  CASCARETS" FOR  COSTW  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  MARCH t;  DA  HEADACHE, COLDS  To-night!    Clean  your  bowels  and stop headache, colds,  sour stomach  SHARING   THE   GOOD   NEWS  11 be My wit-  t ..Coram laians  Isaiah   55.1-7.  Golden.Text: .Ye  sin  nesses.���������Acts. -hS.  Lesson:   Acts   S.-l-S:  5.14- 20.  l������evotift>aaal  Iteadinsr:  Gee a   Lo-oont box  now.  Tuna aiie rascals ont��������� alio ht-ad-  acho. biliousivess. indigestion, the  sick, <-o������r sfotiia<rh and bad colds---  torn slu-iii out .tuutjjlar. and keep them  otaa. wiili CasraroJs.  Mailious. of  ���������������ien  and wonieai ial<o a  Casoarot.  now and     then    aiuii  know   iho  svnst-ry oausod     by  liver,  ekii^god   bowels,     or     an  siontaeii.  Don't,   put   in   another  day   oav   dis-  never..  i    lazy '  npset:  (f:Lscarots  'iinsc    yoaar  tress, l.i.-t  stoiaiaeli; ivmove the soar, f**rmea������t-  iriK food; ;ako ihe exeens bile frona  your liver and carry out all alio constipated waste- rnaU'T aaid poison iaa  the bowols. Tlu-n you will fool groat.  A t'ascaiv-t tonight, strai.uhleaas yoia  out by anorning. Thoy work while  you sloop.-A 10-ceaat box from any  drug- storo moans a ch-ar In-ad? sweo!  sloniaoh and '-h'an. healthy liver and  bo vol   jieaiota   for   months  Explanations and Comments  1.    Sharing     the     Good    News    in  Samaria. Acts S.-l-S.���������Perse cat tion followed tho martyrdom of Stephen, and  tho disciples "wore forced to iloe from  JerusiUorU    ���������    a hey    vei'u    scattered  abroad.    They  did not think that tiae  a-e.spoaisibility of witnessing for Clarist I  rested upon the .loaders alone, and the!  entire   ramie     and    file     "went     about {  pieaehmg  tlie woi'd.  Philip, one of "Tlie Seven." who became known as Philip ihe Kvangelist  because oi the success of his ministry  <Acts 2J.1-S). wont dovvu to the city  of Samaria. The ,TewlS had aio Coalings with the Samaritans*, but their  l.ordfs last coninuuid (A������ts !.!>> bade  them wttn'e^s for hian in Saiiuii"ia. To  overcojiie their prejudice- against the  Sainai'iisuis, the foliovers of Jesus ;  go   to   Samaria   and  love   ('as  j;rap������������ or  i i re Is  hooaiaso  ��������� if-lvon.  ih  ey  needed   only   to  preach so iheaii.  If yon   are   prejudiced   against;   any  ���������; one, <!o hian a good deed..  t      Tiae   Samaritans-*,     like     tlae     Jews,  j were   looking:   for   the   Christ;   Philip  Children ��������� made, known to the in alio fact. that, he  never  A hup*o smike known as %a siaciari,  C-l fo*-t loaig aud A\-oJghi:a������ '532 pounds  was captured a-oconily in Cotitral Uaa-  y.al. Tliis snake as said to <*at but. four  tiaues a yoai*.  allies try  or lasiona  Prepared Especially  for  Infants  and Children of All Ages  Mot hor:  ; had   already    come.     Philip   in-obably  I little   realized   the   greatness   of   the  j ai-ovenient lie was iiiaiig-uu-atiug when  | he weait. down to the city ol' Samaria  ! ami proclaimed aaulo thoan the Christ.,  ;lle   foaaiMl  tin*  Holds  white  unto   liur- !  1 vest:    Ihe   people   accepted   his   Knot*!  I tidings   ooaacerning   the   Kingdom   of!  j Cod   and   wore   haplized.   Thei'e   was!  ! groat.   ji>y   aanoaag   a.heiaa   when   anaaiy 1  I -witla unclean  spirits,  ihe palsied and  I the  htine,  were  lieah'd.  j      "It,   follows   as   the   iiishi.   thn   day  ' that   :i   ehau-eh   with   a.   real   personal  ] contact,   with   Cod   cannot?   keep   still  ; abuiiL ia."  j Dread of Asthma tnalcos conntless  | tlaou.'-ands ini.s-oa-ablo. NigM after  j aalghr   Iho   ait tacks,   relurti   and   ovt>n  wheat brief respiae  Is giveia  ilto mind  is si ill in torment, from continual aii-  I ticl|������alion, l>r. . J. 3). Kellogg's  j AslMmn Htoiiotly eh;rnges all this.  ; 'llellof comes, ntttl tit oaaeo, wlille I'u-  ��������� Inro  atiacks   are  -wjirded   off,   leaving  Ihe amic'loi', one in ;\ nkito ol' p-oatie  ' and  haippinesa he oncn    bnliovetl    ho  oonld   novel'  enjoy.    Inexpensive  and  r  I  I  a  1  i  ������IHSHC  II  I^ENTURXES ago, when tea was first-  ^~"A introduced to the English Nobiiityy  the precious leaves���������then almost priceless  ���������were packed in sealed lead containers.  i  For manv generations lead continued to ISe iise-3  as a protective package for all fine quality teas. [The?!  the modern metal, Aluminum, was introduced. But  during war-time and later, paper bags and paper:  boxes y/ere largely used and have held sway -ev-ei.  In our SO years experience putting up Red Rose  Tea we have used all these containers and each has  some particular merit.  But careful tests over a long period prove that;  Aluminum is by far the best container that has yet  been found, and paper packages of every kind the  poorest. When in contact with dampness paper  absorbs moisture which soon affects the quality of  the tea, and in some instances completely spoils It.  Having found the paper package unreliable and  uncertain, we have again adopted the Aluminum  package which we used years ago. For we know now,  that Aluminum can be better depended upon than  any other.      - .���������������������������-.������������������'.���������������������������������������������'  Unlike paper, Aluminum does  not absorb moisture. It preserves  all the, original flavor and strength.  So now and in the future Red Rose  Tea will be packed in the Aluminum  package, as it was in years gone by*  T. H. Estabrooks Co., Limited  Saint John. Toronto Wsa"������pe������ Calgary Edmonton  10a  Floti'iior'!- ("ii.moria. liii.s  Vtoon in use I'or over :'ft .wars as a,  ploat-Hiai. liarndors .������nhslituto foa* Ca.s-  loa* Oil. I'ni'osroaie. Tt'oihina? Ilrops and  Sooahaaaj; Syviaps. t'ontains aac������ ami-- > Bold alnaosl every*Avhore,  ooties. Proven directions aro on oiaoh  pacl-HiKO. IMij fdcial-.s       <'Vei-y\vhorf  loooiinnontl it.  Tin-  gonnine hoar< .-l^initnre of  Establishes Home for Bfind  Former   Jewish    Immigrant   Afflicted  Himself  Aids  Fellow  Sufferers  Shet'tol ^'eedleanan, strlckou. blind  ���������\vlilUt trtivelling 1o j\meriea saw an  lia>aaajgr;n������(. l!!i yours ago, is a*\vaiHnp,  Lho opeailnK on April 1 ol! 1lae lloiaie  of  l.lae  Aiaaerioiiaa   .IowIkH  A-JsociaHion.  i  \N','ird<-!i   -Ii"*!h oan-  enstom  an  lot   a!  :i I     i In-     ;-n tne     i rude1 <  pii>on*-i'   v. oris  i'.fi.-  us   U>.   did  ! im:   aa h .-'iniaii,  (Mil !  travel  The  ahy's Cold  Coru!nn������1  "ao������l|������(r/**'  wtali littc-rtitil moJIttiin  up������������t������ ������l������||������nt.������llttl������  ��������� O^mitr-li.. '1*rowt <��������� (>1<������i������  ��������� ������<|*rri������ll!i. wliai Vii-U#,  You J*i������.t r\������h \i on,  Cgl   ^Q JffS������) fflL^* jJWBg  **H������ %i*>, iwvrvH * *w>m  lltO  M"<i t-t'iaaove old wallpapej*, nth* a  quart ol' Jlotu* pat-.a'e anio u pall ol' hot  v.ator, ilieta apply than mixture lo  wulls. Dollar thick, 31. will not: dry  (pilehly, hial. will salnnaln thn pnpei',  Avhieh nitiy llmav l>e eiiHlly scrupen!. or  pi-..elo������li oir,  T*rolo������>| (lie ehlld froia tlae j*avaf<eH  or YiorniH by aaslUK INrnalior CSravoa"  W r������i -411 Kv to rani aaa* or. ]|, l.-i a Htaan-  diird remedy, aaid ya-ni'ft ol' tnio luive  eailaaiiced II.H roputatioia.  Easily Identified  A poop \\\\^. tnl-hie; a stroll tha*fMaf.������h  the nrnuaidit when ho a ami. ;a 111 tie hoy  whom ho did aiol roeoRii|/o. for a ano-  aia< nt. M'hon he I'eiaeinbi'aedi ihnt. tho  boy wa.H IiIh ehaiihVnr'H non.  ",S'ow, I condor, W you know who 1  an*','"  aaid   Iho   peer,  villa   it tianllo,  "(Hi. }<���������.;," replied Iho boy; "aon  are Hie man who i'Moh In my dudily";������  Jllttlol'. '  ���������I Mrnard'*-���������tbe   cteptndahle   liniment.  Relieve That Lazyr  worn Out��������� Half Dead look  Don't Wait Another Minute  You can tlo wqudora with your  sappeairanco. Bright oyoa, cheery  ������mile, eloair complexion, snappy  sateps, all indicate vigorous mon  and women,  Youi' ta'-otiblo may bo CouaUpu-  ttoaa���������-polaons froaai avixrIo aaitattor  Jn the lnLest!no������ clroulato In tho  bloatl ih faugh your fiystom.  Sick Head-  aclio, Billoua-  tiosfl, IndlgoH-  tloh,    UrOWfll-        jmmm^mmnmrrn  tvosH, Toor Ap- m/jmlpfZwtmfflit  potlln      aind ������*?^ *fcA-iB.I������3  huIIow      eoni-  plcxlim' gonorally follow.  CARTER'S LITTLE LIUER PILLS  la  a vegetable   luxutlvo,  moves  tho liowola gently, wo pain, und  alo not con lain Calomel, Mercury  or hublt forming drugt?,  CftRTEIl S LITTLE LlWtK PilUi  are nanaII, ein8.y to ������wallow aud  IT Ultasri dally aaa a rctRUlator will  proJiioie jjoed health.  Try  I hem  tonight���������to-morrow  j-������������fi"������uh<'d.   ������5o. cund 75c. red pkgn.  for the Blind,���������lai.s coniribution to  sightless people- ol! his raa-o.  After beiaaj*; dcLaiinod at. lOlli.s l.slaaad  lmlll bl.s fait.laor pasted, a bond- iiR.iiai.st  the possibility oi: 1Mb heeonalng n  ptiblio charge, Keedhuuan begaan  selling pniaeavs at the nge of ;i5. With  tlao aaaoney saveali froaaa aaevspupea'  peddling he foiaaadod a printing eoaaa-  pany iia .19:12. Klovon year.s later lie  begun phmnlng conBtrtieiion of Ihe  bd'hie,  His stay while a. boy at. the 1'ik'Iuh-  ti'Jul Jlomo for tho lllaaad Jn llrook-  lyn, where ho would not eat food j>ro-  pitfed tlaea-o, prompted tho .Idea of an  orthodox Jewish insl.itulion for the  High Hew?.  *^#*ini>m������iini. ������������>>mii *mM*mmm*mm������Mm1swmttMii  Expect Cheaper Cars  CuaiadhuiH are to pan-ohaif-ie their  aaaotoi: eair> at HUlo ebeaper aa si re-  buU. of tho 20 pea* cent, roductloai  ou stales tax rat oh. In I bo Fedea'al budget. Jt, waa computed in aaal.oaaaoblle  circlcH Ihat following tho tax reduc-  tlonn tho retail price of the ansijorlty  of cars will shortly bo redtieod from  about $0 to $.lii4 or approximately iho  cost of tho autoanoblle lieenne. Tlao  aaalen (as on motor earn Ih charged on  tlao actual co?>t to the local rtonlor, or  tlao duly paid, value plus freight and  oxclKe  lax.  Old Locomotive Ira Museum  Ono oi: the world's oldeat locomotives, long famous in Kngland,as the  lletton Colliery locomotive, has eomo ���������  to real at last in. a railway museum an  York, after a "tiimupliant tour _ of ex-  pOHhioaift. Thin vetea*nn, In many respects refie in blip r tho world's first;  pa.sHonger engine, I^oeomotive No. .1.  was built in 1S22, rebuilt in .1857, and  again in 3 882!  SO SHORT OF BREATH  SHE COULD HARDLY  DO  HER  HOUSEWORK  Mm, Nelson. Moore, Mil ford, Ont.,.  writoat:���������"I had lie a at aaid ncrv<N  tfoublo, aaad hocinans ho alaort of ba-ontli  1. could hardly do my housowork, audi  *wtw uo aaoj-voaatt ovory tit tlo oouaad 3  hoard foltajilco a alio-jk to J������������a.  jL frlcad of m-lua roconomendod  ^lEBMRNlS  Tho eyelids   of   a   i-Vog   wink   up-  W*U'd.  Mlnard'u Llralanent for rheumatlam.  bo lii^lily X pot & laox of. tliona and.  tlioy did mo no much Rood I ������?ot tli������  B-occand boar, mml Tion I ion feeling like  n. diflforwit tfonaara������J|  HiMirt and ���������Korv* J?HI������ ������ro C0a. u  hox aft nil draiirs^iii** ot d<*a1ftr������, ov  mailod dli������cb oa ltx^eipfc ot parioo by  I'ao T. Milbum Oo.M Limited, Toronto^  Oaife* THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,. B,    C,  >������-  Efi������ia^  4T������     _  \5ive rasesnns  ���������mints  QuIokSy soothing and hesBSsi^ Zam-Suk is splendid  for shin troubles off all kinds. It heais with the aid  of Nature's herbs, In Nature's own way. ������  mamm  Comolimeiit Paid  To Canada  ed  U1JCU  A t*\f\ I-* ��������������������� f> *^ ** *-��������� r> if*  to  is Appo:nt-  Statcs in  Represent United  ��������� ������������������'"���������'���������'���������"Canada;'"'-' y .* ��������� "���������  A delieaie  compliment Wats paid to  Canada   by. the   United   States   when  she appointed'a full-fledged ambassa-  dor  to be   the first,   mijilstor-plenipo-  ��������� teniiary to this country.   Iaa accepting  the   position,  Mr.     YVillaaaia     Phillips,  who has had charsevpt"the?Amea-ican  embassy  in    Belgium,    wail    be    ac-  -.ciuiesciiig- m a    reduction    of y salary  Irdna. $17,500 tod'?lCv000' per yeaty, the  Aineiican  salaries    for    anahas&adors  atad ministers  being  standardized.''  Mr. Phillips is oaie of the -most  capable anon iaa tlao diplomatic service of i he United States. lie was  highly regarded by  velt? ia'ald"- l-Tosident  [ better-understarading of the ^difficulties and viewpoints of one another  shoiald be fostered thereby. Canada's  'minister to the United States, Hon.  Vincent Massey, ranks among our  n nest citizens and his presence? at  Washington should not only Enhance  the respect in which the dominion is  held, but show that this .country,  .liinows Iiow to reciprocate a compliment.-���������Toroaito  Star.  r\we~ i'leassd  WITH  mtm<*m*m%tf%*t ���������*&���������*���������   -.  Loudon's Magic Carpet  Directory of Empire'sMetropolis Full  of information  ors ������iM  ^iib"sc*e  A list of the 5,000 trades and professions carried on-by Londoners is  one of the most interesting sections,  for the reader who browses through  it, in all the 4,000 pages that make up  Kelly's Post  Office  London Directorj*'  t for 1927, which has just been issued.  President Iloose-j     ju London you may find at once, in  ^V.ilson and used r your hour of need, such workers as:  by them in connection with much im-J     Armorers and    fcrasiers.    bowyers,  portant work.    He  served in  vaaious | borderers,   fletchers,    girdlers, -fhorn-  I ers, loriners, skinners, and upholders  who   still   sustain  the   dignity fof the  j City    companies,     -������vith     secretaries,  though not all in offices.  British  Isles Have IVlore  Places;?With  Bible   Names Than   Holy   Lafad ;.^  If you glance  throiigli? a:  Gazetteer  of the British Isles you will  find  ah  astonishingly  iai\ge number of, place-  names -which have been s'eiecfedkfrom  the Bible, observes a writer in|John  o' London's "Weekly,    in fact, iaa this  respect Gi-eat Britain can give Palestine  points  and a  beating,  for ?whl!e  the  Holy Land  has oaily one Jordan,:  5there  are in   Britain  eight, including  a river near Edinbtirgh, a hill in Dorsetshire, and  a    sandbank    off?  the  Lancashire ' coast,   the  other  five  being 'county"seats, villages,'or suburbs.  There    are    two* Jericho's���������one   in  Leicestershire,   oaie   in   Lancashire���������  and' a couple, of Joppas. ,Of the latter  the better known; is,    of    course,    a  saaburb   of   the   well-known   Scottish  seasideresort,  Portobejlo.  The  other  is a, village of Ayrshire?  Wales? possesses    two    Betheisdas,  both in Carnarvonshire. One of these  is   well   remembered   i'or   the   record  strike of slatfe workers,"which caused  ���������its   huge   quaraies   to   be   closed- for  years? ���������      - ���������   ��������� ���������. a  [Novelists ^.aye   nicknamed  London  the   modern ''.Babylon'.     There   Is? actually a. Nineveh in the country, this  being the name of an old'farm hear  Aldborough, in Yorkshire.  Mount Ararat may be found on?our  iarge-seale Ordnance xraap, also Mount  Zion, Mount Ephratns, and Mount?Tabor;  while Mount. Caraiel    is    a    big  house  in  County   Mon.ag.han,  in   Ireland.. ....,.:���������  The naane of the patriarch Jacob is  commemorated by Jacobstow in Cornwall and the village of Jacobstowq in  Devon; the heights of Abraham can  be found in ^Derbyshire.  Say? Canada-Has   Paid   U.S. Compli-  y '^���������e8ift;.in,lt's;,'C?'|ic^ice of Minister to t  ^'���������.���������rf-?-/???;y-.--:.;..y-, -Washington  ;   The y Washington  Star,, commenting'  editorially on the hew C&nadiaa��������� ministry,  says: ^  "The Canadiaai government .has  paid a distiaic|?y??Compliaaient to^ the  United States in the choice of its first  minister to' Washington-,...:Fe\v '.���������diplo-  mats; ftiav������ come" tb f Wjishihgtpii so  well equipped^ with; fa fkiaowledge of  thb prbhlems which will arise and an  understanding of the viewpoint? of--the  American   government   and   people."  TPlif������   Si-fii-   qiifffrocl������   -H-������.-������*   "ft    lino-o,   fuel*  confronts the hew minister in?' tlie  Great Lakes-St. Lawrence deep  waterway! alone? and there are other  quesiiohs saich' as water rights and  sanitation....to keep hliii busy, with the  ever-present problem of smuggling  * both wafa; across; ihe border thrown  in for good, measure."  ia  In!  ;ly!  capacities in London, China and Hoi  land. He Was fia-st in London as pri  vsite sccreiai'y'to the ambassador in I  1SJ03 - and was back again' six years  later, asy secretary to" the embassy.  I'*or. years lie avas first assistant sec- i  tetary of state at Washington:  .IMS has appointment was stron  urged as successor 'to? Walter Hines  Page as.ambassador to Britain, where  he is persona .fa-ata. The appoint-  riieiat of such a man io ihe post at  Ottawa shows that Washington has  a sound appreciatioii. of the importance of. the relations between Canada  .and the Uaiated States.  The ovet'frhadQwing' greatness of  ihe United States in popialalaon aaul  wealth fhas developed iai some Caua-  sliaas t he infei'ioaiay coaiaplex. But  this country has tremendous anatiaral  wealth, caai support f-coa-esi of mil-  Mons of people, aaid is developing a  ���������-4.tu.rdy aaaitioaaal spirit that scoffs at  Lhe I'ejir ot ab.sorpiioi\ by our big  aaeighhor. Canada needs capiaal and  is glad lo get it fa*oan tlae United  States, ft is pleased that 1,200  American cotacern.s have ba'ancb factories hero. Aaad at. believes that both  eoaaaatries caaa benefit by tlao iaicresi-3-  1pg trade between them.' Most nations eaavy Caaaada's aiearnes.s lo tho  great aaiarket to the south of us.  fDu.siness botvaeeu the governments  of tlae two countries* will he fsicllifat-  ud by the presence of the aaainteters  ������t Ottawa aiad    AYashir.gton.    And    a  Indians: Send Address  To Lord Willininlon  Kelly's is a soi*t of xnagic  that will take you anywhere, if you  wish to go to Bokyin or Biuemeu-  tlaall oa; Bimlipatana, to Constantaza  or Cheribou oa- Cutchanandvie, you  maj- learn the Londoaa wliarf from  which to-sail.    If your wbim is to go  to Ashwick, to Bo-a*o-vv\vash or Clyst-  *      ���������������������������������������������.  St. Mary, you anay see at once which  'railway,iv.*ill lake j^ou "there, and what  hotel will welcome - you. You are  also told what bankea*s will accommodate you in Agon, the Aegean, or  Aberehirtler.  Information '-^"about' paa-king your  motor car can be obtained by a study  of an absta-act oT the Acts pursuant  to 32 and <\'������ Vic. cap. 115 and 7 Edward VII. ch. 55, and should you be a  shoe-black, there is a reliable guide  to your conduct in tlae saane section.  One queer entry informs us that at  43 W.hltcomb street, W.C. 2, lives Mr.  William No. 1 IIaa*a*i^. Mr. Harris is  one of the four sonsy of the late Mr.  William Harris, of Saaaitlafiold, the  "Saaisago King," who named three of  his soais Williaaia, aaid dubbed them  No. 3, tXo.;2,.and No. 3.  *s  eslr  Magical  Results    Come  Apply  .WhenTLYaiCi  NERVILINE  It Acts Quickly  Mr. W, T. Greonwiay, formerly connected with the Guide newspaper staff,  has written: "For twenty years we  have used Nerviline in our homo, and  not for the^ world would we be without  it. As a remedy for all pain, earache,  toothache, cramps and disordered  stomach, I know of no preparation so  useful and 'quick/to' relieve as Nervillne." HeniembiBr this, wherever  there Is pain, rub on Nerviline, and  you will get prompt results���������35������*.at ail  dealers.  '50  r^j? hits a cough or coid or has been  aiooscd to disease fgive IS Spohn^s*  Use Spobo's to .keep your^   -  t&S?  MBA   nil ai  itsrr*aU f������v������r  'setbisr  tfcS  rno   m.u auouiis anseciss-  aoa������, throat *a<J tans* g{m  ette aoa^l^O a* Vsvg Store������~ WrU������ for JtreeWkJ**-  IS5   SS  1 TOilfcsttaaD������*o������v������������Hh jb?b������w Pe������odro������  ���������&>lT������nttr^aaMnt. t-ajn atop.ateiaatLnMJUit-  n-  Aetna! radaeUon of th������ aalama xnvth  S������lF������nt Inuaaiil.  n.   Aetna! radacUi   ������������������������150 e������ss tb������^ yoor e������rfc pair of sSsiss Cia  B* a sue RBUJle*���������cSCta two abaa cteaUer.  PtROVe IT fOtEB--Je������t ������������aa yooj. eaato  ���������m4 mawcmmmt bo money, and tSmToll tr*Ktv������������a������  m anwrantvoa so brlDr e������Btp^������t������ xw&tmzoMJ hi  n ar^asswwtsry. ,i<&eaiacsttsws*���������.fees-ess  80 Frost St., wr. *et-9ot������,on������������ J  ?   Always anra.oyingy especially when  It affects you?at night.     ifoitcan  ?%*&E   CfBami>erSa&i*s  SytaKrig Cough Rsr^edy  Now sold at 25c and 50 cents  A Smoke-Eating Maclilne  ���������r'ltrs,   SliOtscTi    /^zac>*������"  :;,-rri*nt  Proves   Boon to   Firerr������)eai  Firemeii iu Miaineapolis mayf soon  lose the appellation of ?"sna.oke eaters," for they now have a m*lchine  that literally "eats" the smok-e.for  theira at iia*es. The device rese^cnbles  the ���������"'steamer1* type of fire engiiie. It  Iiaa a -hoiler'-iike apraratus with a  suction fan attached* to a huge those,  aboait 15 inches in diametea*. The hose  is run into smoke-filled rooms and  the smoke.is drawn out. It has pi*ov-  en especially successful in iighaing  stubborn basement ? blazes, where  there 3s  much snioke but little fire.  Governor-General   Accepts    invitation  to Visit  Braratford   Reserve   f  .A"reply adda*essed    to     the     chief  councillor' of the Six Nations Indians  was received fa-can the Govea'nor-Gen-  e'ral, Lord Willingdon, to an address  forwarded   recently   by   the   Six .Nations Council to the newls* appointed  Governor-General.   The   address   was  in   the  nature   of  a  welcome  to the  Dominion, and  an invitation to  visit  the  reserve,   following   the   footsteps  of  the  King  and  other  meianbers? of  the Royal ��������� .family. ���������-In reply His Ex-  cellenc3r expressed   r thanks    for    the  coi-dial good wishes,    expression    of  loyalty, and notes    that    they    "look  forward  with   much  pleasure  to  the  opportunity of paying- you a visit and  Cannot Do Without Advertising  No business is so c-rbat that it caai  afford not to advertise. Ko business  is so small that it cannot afford, tot  advertise. No town or city is-either-j  too small or too large to advertise.  And it seeans laow is a propitious time  for community advertising:.  g  m. */%%* v   m. x vua  ^*J"  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  ,E  receiving/the    coa-dial  which you assure us."  welcoane    of  Pains Across Kidneys  For Two Years  *'  f  Unable to Work  as  of  be  "Gin Pills���������Wonderful  Rei-nedy " .  We receive thousands oC letters  yearly :l?a'om grateful users of Gin  PHIh, who have been reliovod ol!  RutrcrIng from kidney and bladder  trouble. When Nature fnals to do  her proper work oX olimiiiatinp;  bariiuTul waasto throurflrh tlao kidneys, blnddcr nnd bowcln, a romedy  inuat be found. Many people have  found Gin Pills to bo this remedy,  Among; them, .Tqanca Jolansop. of  J3ridgclmrfj, Ont.    He writes:  "I a������M troubled with i>rdn<i jicror<i������  ihr- l<|(lncj*ii for two ycurn, I wu*  ���������iinrd.il) tit t1(������ any woi-U. T r������Mid m1>o������iI.  Oln lMlln nnd trot n. bnx' rleht ftwuy  lioiu rjiy (Iriijft.-itil. Mjr Miikricrc tlmuikd  to1*! ������l������n you for youc womlorfHl rotw-  ������'ill'. whiuli Una tUmti so rttuch for mc,"  Neglect of kidney trouble spell a  diaafttca*. Lumbago, Rlvcumntijim  and Sciatica n������ well oa bladder and  urinary troubles Xollovv. Upon tlift  timt wni'iiinirr get a box of Gin Pills,  fiOc at nil drurEr^tflta, National  Brujo; & Claoanical  Co, of Cunadn^  Will Reproduce Alberta Ranch  Prince Gives Permission for it to bo  Used In a  Diorama  Distant  parts  of the  Empia*e  woro  visited   during   ono   fiascinating   hour  by tlao Prince of Wales, when lie paid  a visit to tlao 3aaapea-hil Institute, South  KehBlaigton.      Through    tlao    various  coaaads  depicting  every phase of lifo,  and industry  iai  Now. Zealand,  Aus-  h'alia, Canada, Wost. Indies, West and  Kast Africa, IVlalay, India ivaad Ceylon  waiadored tho Prlnco.   Every now and  Lbon ho reavaairked on tho accuracy of  1he  dIoi*anaaH,  and  recalled  bin own  stay   ait   tlao    part   illustrated.    Tlae  Priiierf>, gave pcnaiisskm  for tho construction of a  diorama depicting his  ranch in Alberta, aaiad offorod his help  ao' tlaat  it. will  bo, accuratoly  reiaro-  dliaaod.  The   Soviet   Peril  A main purpose of Soviet policy  to destroy tlao chief "stronghold  capitaiisaii" which they believe to  situated hi Great JMtaiu. This purpose explains, iai paa't, thoir iaitrigues  in China. Tlie other part of tho ox-  planation ataay well lie in thoir desire to orgamize "the East" against  "the West" so as to bring on the universal revolution of which I*oniu  di*eamed. We, as a people, cannot  afford to ignore what is being-donn  to hurt us and the type pf civilization for which we stand.  Saskatchewan   Lady   Tells   How  Dodd's Kidney Pills Helped  Her Husband  To All Mothers Having Young  Children in the Home  No other medicine is of such aid to  mother's of young childi'en as is  Baby's Own Tablets. The Tablets are  the very best modcine a mother can  give her little ones during: the'''dreaded teethiaagr tiane because they regai-  lato tho stomach and. bowels and1 thus  drive out constipation and indiges-  tioai; prevent colic and diarrhoea aaid  break up colds and simple fevers.  Coaicerning- Baby's Own Tablets,  Mrs. John A. Patterson, Scotch Village, N.S., says:���������"I have six chil-  dreai, and all the medicine they ever  get is liaby's Own Tablets. I would  use nothing else for .them and can ���������  strongly recommend the Tablets .'io i  all mothers."  Baby's Owai -Table(.pa are sold by  medicine dealers or by inail at 25  cents ri box frona Tho Dr. Williams'  Mediciaie Co., BrockyHle, Ont.  Mrs. B. P. Romany shy a*a Speaks Very  Highly of Dodd's Kidney Pills.f  Portage la Pi'airie, Man. (Special)  '������������������Claiming that.her h*usabnd has beeaa  relieved, from backache and- kidney  trouble, .Mrs- R. "P. Itomaaiyshyii, u  resident,of-.-this :��������� place is enthusiastic  about Dodd's  Kidney Pills. I  "I have found that Dodd's Kidney  Pills are very helpful to nay husband  who has suffered for three years from  his  kidneys, and is  feeling, all  ..1KB Ml  Liiile Helps Far This Week  now. He tried many doctors and they  did not do him any good. It is only  Dodd's Kidney Pills that helped him."  Dodd's Kidney Pills strengthen the  kidneys and* put them iai shape to do  their full work of straining the ian-  purities out of the blood. With piu'e  blood there is good health all over  the body.  There is no roason why anyone  should contiauae to suffer when'  Dodd's Kidney Pills caaa be obtained  from druggists everywhere, or The  Dodd's MetlJcino Co., Ltd., Toronto.  2, Ont.  Qp.ptain at Southampton (to. Irishman applying for job ou board ship)���������-  Have you ever boon at sea beCoa*e?  Tho Son of Erin���������Do you think I  came over from Olrcdnnu iai a? cab?  "Could you let nio have'$'20 ou Uahi  ptiuit of clbllaea?"  Pawnbrokor (eyoin������ tho suit ut>  and down)���������"Veil, maybe I could, if  dor is about $18 In dor pockets.".  r  ���������in���������tn��������� y>fc>-  IiJmitrd, Toronto, "flnn-cadR,  Ml  fVin. m*Bxmr+,i t  \V.    hi.  ICVo  Exports Froaaa  Albertan '  Exports h'oaax the consular allstrlct  ol Alberta to tlao United States, in  .1026, show aaa Increase of $llO,4(i4  over 1025. according' to tho (annual report of S. C. JU-at, American consul  at. iOttmoutou, Tho total ajxports from  Alberta for .11)26 anaounted to |7,20Sr-  706, while tho previous year's total  was $6,8^0,302..Whilo exports froan  the Calgary district nhowod a drop of  .*p70K,08l>, ihoso of Kdanonton and  Lol.hbrklKo districts gahtod. respectively $708,8-10 and !M0!),81!h  The older  tiltoepbdi lie  a lamb giows  b'^eoaaien.  11 io anoro  Large Pimples  Lasted A Year  Cuticura Heals  "My face and neck were oil covered with pimpled. They were red, hard  and large and festered and BcaLed  ov������r. Fov a while tbe Itching omd  burning were so severe that I could  not help scratching, and my face was  disfigured.. I , lotat my sleep foa*  ubout a month on account of the  irritation. The ta*ouble lanted one  year.  " I, used other remedies but they  failed to help me, I sent for ax free  nample of Cuticura Soap nnd Ointment. After tip-Imp* it I purehmM������d  one cake of Cutlcum Soap aaad one1  box of Ointment and hi a month  and o. half I wan healed." (Signed)  Mint) Emily Doll, Kiverton, Maa������.  Clear the pores of Impurities by  dally nnc of Cuticura Soap, with  touches of Cuticura. Ointment u������  needed to soothe and heal. Cuti-  curu Talcum lu fragrant and reffcuh-  ing, an ideal toilet powder.  !mum|,>������ ������*������<������ "<������, ������y Mrnil, AMrmnu I atiialallun  ai������(M>tl. 'UtewliUMia*, LU., kkMWwtl.- (>r|c������, Homb  lUWi. 4%Mnt������������t H ���������nri Mo. T������lm������M tin.  Culjcu(������ 5W������Jit������ 3tl������k 2&c.  For aiono of  Itoimans xi\'. 7  I  u.s live 1.1a to hiansolf.���������  live for those who love laae,  For those who know mo true.  For the heavoaa that sniiles above raae,  And 'awaits my  spirit* too.  For tlao esaaase that  laclcs  as si stance.  For tlae wrongs that iteod asRlstaaneo,  For the future in the distance, ,  For tho good that J can d-u.  Influence Is as hi<?eparable from  uhtiractcr as the friiKrance is from the  tlower, or the shadow from tho naib-  slaneo. TCvoi-y ono that lives, llaoro-  foie, lives not meroly unto hiaaaseir,  but has at subtle Infiueaieo always  radiating from him tluvt producer  some effect on otUoi-s. On tlae a*ocl<H  beneath'us you will find alio impress  of the tinlef.'t insect an well a;*, that  of the largest ancKairtherlum; and ho  In tho strata of society, each man  bus his own place to fill, a aid wlli  leavo his own mark boh laid Tor blear-hag or for tho rovorso.  Is It Your Nervea ?  IrMMMMMM)  Muscular Rhcaainatlsm Subdued. ���������  When ono Is aa. sufferer from miaKe.n-  lur v.houniatiHm ho eauaiot do bet.tor  thati to havo the region rubbed, with  Dr.. ThonmH" JSotectrlo Oil. Lot tho  rubblrag bo brisk uaad contlnuo until  euso ia secured. Then* ia naoao vJrtuo  In a bottle of It than can be fully o������U-  mul.edu  mrynrM  >i������^^������n  ItVi eat.y to Ijo  I id i to be oiasy.  n fool and II'm fool-  >���������*#������������ <���������Wl������ mSH'mSm  For cale everywhore-  ment.  ��������� IMIiiard'fs    Lbil*  ������������������I'hoto  hy rinyl.iill  Mrs. H. C. Argent  TToodstopk, Ont ,-r-ul have novor foi trad  anytliing no pood for tho nerves ns Dr.  Pierce's Favorite IVcaacription. Hevcnul  tiniCH in tli<a paist, I havo haul spells of  nervous pi-usta'ailion���������-aiay nurv<w wouUI  ro a������H to pfcnr-Ji. I would bceomn rtaaadowm  nnd weak, haat Dv. Taoree's Fnvorlto  1'kvw rip tion hnn always restored: uav  nerves and la rough t buck amy health aritl.  sItoiirMi. T Suave been ko erciitly lutatcliteil!  lay taakinijc t������������ 'I'a-cscriptlon' thait I aiow  revnommcraal it to all weak and nervoom  wowiera."���������M*������h. If. V, Ardent, 01������S  rwuacca 8ti.  fSokl by dealer;,*, in doth fluid mi������B  tmblet. iortui or wind life for trial plcac.  tablet.������ to Dr. I'iarrec'd Laboratory m  iSriUgeljiirg, Ontario, THE  CBE8TOK   RBVH3W  SjSunday provided o welcome break in  the   prevailing   gloomy weather.    It  'was   quite sunny   all   day,   and   the  ' mercury got up as  nigh as  a8 lis the  | shade. .''������������������������������������  I     The feature.of the March session*of  a s~ZJmm mm Sa IBS     S ..Creston vv onsen's institute this after-  &  i  iiOOii  an  address   by  Lamont Bldgo9 Creston  "��������� at ONEy pirn.  Property listed to be sold at this sale includes  Horses. Milch Cows, Chickens  f-sr ft "g w ������    '-���������������������������'������������������  Wagons.  flargies$9. ^pcuD-asors  Floors,   Furniture^   Bicycle  i  Saturday. April 2nd, is the last day  for putting names on.the 1927 provincial voters list for the Creston riding,  TSrhils there is   iitaf  ua   ttu  election in the next twelve months,  stranger things have happened and it  would be   well   for   all   interested to  a  1-ton   FORD    TRUCK,   late  model,   self-starter,  R&ckstel axle.      A CHEVROLET 4BO in ������������������*������  condition,   and a FORD LiiiHT MJ&LIV&KY  S  with  iicense  Terms on Cars:   One-third Cash; balance monthly  payments.  ~W       -*-������        TTl /-.(NTS  cl. i?.   JiUiSIi,  Auctioneer.  *J\JS3.JX  -UAiCi? iiiiJUJU,  Manager.  1 school inspector Manning on "Intelligence of Ohitidren."  The village commissioners   meet its  March session on Monday night.   The  feature of the ttession will be consideration of plans for sidewalk  and road  improvements this year.  H0B8KS Fob Sale���������Twenty head of  horses suitable for bush work, also  harness and Full line of logging equipment. Continental Lumber & Pole  Company, Ltd., Kitehear>ers B.C.  The I'resbyfcsrian Indies Aid are  having a St. Patrick's tea, sale of  home cooking and candies in Trinity  United Church 'basement, Thursday,  Marcn 17tb, from 3 to 5.80 o'clock.  Contributions that have come 8*1  since the Mert McCulloaigh benefit  dance on Feeruary 23rd, bring the  gross receipts of the Women's Institute effort on that occasion up to S9&,  Up to the first of March 76 auto  licenses have been issued at the Creston office of the provincial police.  This is almost double the number  issued at the end os   February in 1926.  It is officially announced that $55,000  has neen appropriated for provincial  provincial public works in the Creston  electoral distract for 1927. This is an  in crease of fpoGGG as compared with  1926.  AB*  ^ Theatre ^Olla; liraiyil   14  B  Anna O.  NILSSON  BEN LYOl-r  VIOLA DANA  sr:-.i.   MoLAGLBK  ,   Dorothy  SEBASTIAN  Herbert  T������rwp,*fla7rvattHPTT  and many  others  T  'm\   M %M.*MJLw\ m^mtmVtmWT ^*fc  mfrsgmte *  ^NDS of  Ay RexBeacii  H^aBedcha Romance ofthe Klondike Gold Bush  made by the producer oFQfeSealiawlC  lou ftelatiyes or  in the Old Country  ���������a          s    s      _  Wuuui yOu WiSu to  brin*g to Canada?  ends  S  ANAD1AN  Have an excellent organization throughout the European Continent, and can -give the best of service.  Prepaids can be arranged  through the Ticket A|  agents-  I  ITever before so startling, so thrilling, so ad-yen Vur-oas  and inspiring a story���������live, cry, fight with men who left  all behind to follow the call of GOLD!.  With the greatest cast ever assembled for a sitigle   j  motion picture  am  W. B, MARTIN,  Ores ton.  T. W. BUNDY,  Erickson  G. D. BBOFHY, District Passenger Agent, Calgary.  Local and Personal  Picas For Sale���������Eight weeks old,  $8 each.    J. B. Haidd, Wynndel.  Fob Rknt���������Five-room house, good  location.    Apply F. H. Jackson.  Wanted���������Two   or   three   tons   of  good horse   hay.    Warn.   J.   Truacott,  reston.  Fob Salts���������Lot 1,' Block 50. Creston.  cheap. Enquire Mrs. Annie Olson.  Ainswortb, B.C.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, MARCH   13  L1STER���������3 p.m.  CRESTON���������7.30 p.m.  Wanted���������Buggy or light democrat,  must be in good shape, state price.  Bert Young, Brtckson.  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 throe  days, PIaco your orders  now for the Muskrat season. I can procure any  make, of trap.  V .  IVIA w jun  Piano For Saus���������Mason & Riscfe  piano, fumed oak finish, good as new.  Enquire Review Office.  C. W. Allan and W. Fraser of Creston hnkery,' were weekend visitois  with friends in Spokane.  Wanted ���������Young saddle horse,  broken to harness, weight aoub 1(000  lbs.   Root. Stevens, Creston.  Land Fob Sale���������Ten acres, under  irrigation, with five acres seeded to  clover.   B. Nowguier, C.anyon.  Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Harris of Kaslo  are Creston visitors this week, guests  of the former's father, T. Hart is.  Fob Sale���������Columbia table Grufon-  ola in Al running order, also 22 records, $20.    Apply Box 82, Creston.  Stbawbbbby Plants ��������� Senator  Dnnlap nnd VanSin strawberry plaints  at $6.50 per 1000. Monard Wigen,  Wynndel,   B.C.  Fob Sale���������Two-cow cream separator, butter churn, and four colonies  of bees in perfect condition, half price.  O. Moore, Oa-eston.  Miss Edith Crawford, who is taking  fourth year high school work at Nelson, spent the weekend with her  pnrents in Creston.  It. B. Staples left on Saturaulay on  a business visit to Kelowna and Vernon, and will probably return via  Calgary nt the end of the week.  Just the horse you want for use on  the aanch, also suddlo horses, will bo  offered at tho community aaicLion at  Oreston, Satairday, March 10th.  Miss Phyllis Hamalton, of the nursing bluff of NoIhou General hospital  was a weekend visitor with her par-  trnta. Ma. aaad Mrs. J. W. Ha&mUton.  I-and Fob Salic���������57 acres; SO acres  fia'at'OlatiH land, balance good "pasture  land, clone to Crouton,  fenced. 2 ncros  Iriongliod,  $1500.    Chas.  O.   KodgcrR,  3ronton.  Kooh Fon Hatching-���������8.0, White  Leghoi*riH frona rMK)-������������gg tented stock,  1*. a.Shi to it ni.tain. To t-cniH por HH.lhig  ofl5a>ggH,    Ilahy chicks later.    Weaa*-  inooUi, Ciinymia.  Egg production is on tbe ancrease  and the price has dropped to 40 cents  a. dozen paid the poultrytnan. The  over supply is giving Creston an egg  export trade of about a dozen cases a  week.  Palmer & Masweli of the Premier  garage are this week unloading their  first carload of six 1927 Chevrolet?.  The shipment consists of two touring  cars, coach, sedan, landeau sedan and  fmuilr *  - The topic at the addi ess at the Unit  ed Lenten service in the Parish Hall  on Wednesday evening nest is "The  Deliverance." These services are at  8 o'clock, and everybody is invited to  attend.  ��������� There has besss a small influx of  horse buyers into Creston since the  first of the month, and already John  ���������������arfieM and C. O. Rodgers have disposed of heavy teams to parties from  the west.  A great chance to secure f airraiture,  etc.. will be at the auction sale of the  household effects of Geo. Reinwald,  on Saturday, March 12. at 1 p.m.,, at  has residence a block west of Holy  Cross Church.  Creston's celebration of St. Patrick's  Day will be the Rod and Gun Club  dance in the Parish Hall on Thursday  night, March 17th, with dancing at S  o'clock. It is a masquerade affair with  prizes for the best dressed and comics.  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