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Array t���������-  J J'-  IS'    ' W fffc - Ea-L--������  eg i  "'' '^__h    'rata I  Vol. XIX.  CRESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1927  Ko. 8  Conservative Club  Elects Officers  afternoon, which attracted  attendance.  iiu>  Oreston Ladies' Conservative Club  had a~ representative turnout of members for the annua, meeting Thursday  afternoon last, with the president, Mrs.  P. H. Jackson.- accupyfng the' chair.  A comprehensive report of the year's  aetivitiesfwas presented by tho secret'  ary, Mrs. Cherrrangton. along with the  financial statement, both of which  "were adopted, ond officers elected as  follows:  President���������Mrs. F. H. Jackson.  1st Vice-President���������Mrs. 5?_ Mallan-  daine.  2nd Vice-President���������Mrs. &.. S. McCreath.  Secy,-Treas. ��������� Mrs. J. OherrLngton.  Executive���������Mrs. J.   Maxwell,.   Mrs-  C. B. Twijrg-- *&**>  M-  Young   Mrs. J  P. Johnston. "  Two other members to complete the  executive will be named- at the next  meeting. Votes of thanks were ten  dered the eld officers, Ms8, Jas. Cossp-  ton being specially mentioned due the  sable way she carried on as acting president, due to the illness of Mrs. Jack  son part of the year.  The club announces a whilst and  dance for "Wednesday, April 27_h to  which all are invited, and the same  hearty invitation ' is exteuied the  ladies of the district to join the club  which is looking forward to an active  11)27. At the close refreshmeri ts were  served arsd the social, hour was much  oni rvwrMm.  . Mr. and Mrs. ft. Oent.es were motor  visitors be Creston on Saturday, and  were accompanied by Principal and  Mrs. Smith.  Miss Kadyard .' of the Whiteside  boarding bouse staff, was a visitor  with Cranbrook friends- friends from  Friday to Tuesday.  Father Cullman of Gran brock took  Roman Catholic Church service here  on Saturday, and Rev. S. $������ewby took  the Church England service here on  Sunday a.m.  A C.P.R. telegraph crew arrived at  th<* first of the week and are look iat:  after the putting; in of the new copper  wire to Nelson from Calvary, via Mac-  leod and Cranbrook.  "^ | Trinity Church  Has Men's -Club  JLars Eamenus - of Valdai, Norway,  arrived here last week aBd is at present staying with B. TJa-i.  R. Foxall arrived home on Friday  from Nelson, where he has been employed for the pas,t ten months by the  Associated Growers. He spent the  weekend at Creston.  Sfm-efmr  Mr. Neil of Spokane, a former resident at Kuskanook, was a visitor here  and at NelSon the past week,   leaving  fur home at tbe first of the wees.  i_*h\ 'and" "Ural Turner, who have  been guests of Mr. and Mrs. By south  at Kuskanookv were Fernie visitors a  couple of days last week.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mawson, who are  temporarily residing at Kuskanook,  were Creston visitors, Wednesdyy and  Thu.sday.  Mr. and Mrs. Jim Faseuzzo .eft on  Sunday for Cranbrook, where they  wall spend the week visiting friends.  Mr. and Mrs. I������arue, the world trotting wheelbarrow tourists arrived on  Friday evening from Caer-ton, leaving  on Sunday for Nelson. They attended the dance at- the schoolhouse on  Saturday and during the even ing gave  a talk on their travels'- so far round  the globe. .  Conductor Dallus with a work train  and ditcher arrived on Mundny and  are now at work at the Landing. The  ditcher la tanking out" the mud that  the water ho a washed in .along the  tracks at thnt point. The crew will  be here all week.  Mrs, Brawn and Mrs. Lonsby, assisted by Misses Rogeis and Tolerico,  were in charge of the tea on Saturday  t-t  Is it nothing to you ai/ ye  that paaabyl"  Good Friday  Service  in tho  Parish Hall, Creston  nday, April, i.  at EIOKT p.m,  W. Johnson and Percv Laant left  last week .for Calgary, Alberta.     "  O. J. Wigen's two sisters arrived  from the United States last week,  and will make an extended visit here.  Mrs. St. Dents as here on s visit with  Miss Ij. Paggot.  A shipment of young fruit trees  arrived On Saturday from the .Layri.z  nursery at Victoria.  D. Kunst. who is at -present employed here, spent the weekend at Boswell.  Bill Campbell, sawyer for Winlaw  CSmpany,"arrived -"on Suaiday to pref*  pare fdfcfor the season's operations.  Quite a number of Wynndel people  were at Sirdar for the dance on Satur-  <*Iu<zt  n:������V.t-   ������*>^3   ..il   ���������^���������~-.������- ..   r:���������~, ������:   Howard Slingsby had the bad luck to  have a bad breakdown with his auto  on the trip down.     -\  Sprang work is progressing well on  most ranches, and all the available  land is being got.ready"for clover.  Orchard cultivation is also having  attention.  Mr. and Mrs. Larue, the wheelbarrow, woi Id-carcliug tourists, were here  on Thursday bight last, when they  gave a lecture ih the old schoolhouse  on their travels. The talk was most  interesting but on account of the wet  weather the audience was small.  Quite a number of the Wynndel  ranchers are getting into the poultry  lane serious-ay. The latest enthusiasts  are Mrs. and Miss Foxall, who are  starting off with 100 baby chicks.  This seems to be quite profitable line  as recordfl provided by G. W. Taylor  show his March output to be 1*330 eggs  from 68 birds.  Work on the pre cooling plant is  is progressing favorably, the fourada  tion work starting on Monday. E.  Uri, manager of the Co Operative  Fruit Growers got back Wednesday  last from his trid to the coast on pie-  cooling matters,  Anglican Church service will be  held on Sunday, 10th���������-Palm Sunday���������  att 11 a,m., with Sunday school at  10.15, Tho W.A; mooting is on Wednesday afternoon* at Mrs. Nathorst's.  Rev. ,T. Herdman will be hero on Monday evening for United Church service.  The  men   of    Trinity    United  Church were out in strength Friday  night for the meeting called to  organize a bratioh of the Beaver  Brotherhood���������a ;t society that ia  doing a very fine work in the  United, congregations at Cranbrook  and Fernie.  Organization was preceded bv a  supper, and after ample justice had  uccu  uuuc  uu  viiccauciicuu UIOUU u_.C  pastor. He v. JV Herd man,, very  briefly introduced Norton F. Brand,  United Sates consul at Fernie. who  aims and objects of   tbe   brotherhood, and 3be lines along   which it  was developing at Eernie particul  arly.  He was followed by short speeches by a number of those present,  all of whom agreed that there was  room for the new orcter of things in  Creston, and on a! motion to organize . receiving .mammons approval,  the election of officers waa proceeded with, after some two dozen of  the men had signed the membership  roll. Those who will b*e in charge  -.b  ho Anamncr -CAst-r ������������.���������������������-���������  -"-* ��������� =? ������*��������� ������������������  President���������tTred Lewis.  Correspondent���������Dr. Lillie.  Steward���������W. Craig.  Song Master���������W. J. Truscofct.  Chaplain���������Rev. J.  Herdman.  At eight o'clock adjournment  was taken the church which was  well filled' to ^ear Mr. Brand's  lecture on "The Phil.ipme People "  the past year, arrived back at the end  of the week, and is at wosk ploughing  up five acres, which -he will plant to  clover. Ha is accompanied by Pete  Krevenko of Kellogg, who will make  a short stay here.  Building permits for April include  a new hay shed to be erected on the  Jas. Buuean place. The surplus wetness of the season has, apparlntly  convinced J|mmy that there is to be a  big hay crop.  A. R. Bernhird of Invermere, who  has been here for ten days looking  after spring work, returned to tbe  Columbia Valley at the first of tbe  week. He has R. T. Millner at work  stump blowing on th e former McKay  place which Mr. Bernhard purchased  last fail.  Wilfred Langston is another who is  active at stumping operations. He is  getting- almost another three acres  ready for crop. He now owns the  former Ivor Christensen place.  Fred Powers arrived back at the  end of the week from Mullao, Idaho,  where he has been since early in the  year. He is busy with some land  clearing work, and intends greatly  enlaaging his poultry operations.  - The enrollment at Lister school for  March was 23, and the average attendance was 87 per cent. Those  usaking highest standings were:  Grade 8���������Jack Bird. Grade 7���������Char-  tie M lthoaise. Grade 6���������Peggy  Smith, Billy Yerbury, Wallace Sinclair, y Grade 4���������Leah Cannady. Grade  3���������Frank. 'Yerbury. Grade 'la���������-Kirk  Beard and Randall Smite equal.  Grade lb���������^DougL-is Sinclair, Cyrille  Biird, Gladys McCulloUgh. fPerfecfc  attendance���������Cyrille Bird, Jack Bird,  Charlie Maihouse, Manning Powers,  Douglas Si nclairv Wallace Sinclair.  1926 Flats Hay  Cut  -a _.  1 W..39  SLS&^tSLV  This section was quite well represented at the hard times dance at  Canyon on Friday night. The affair  was under the auspices of the Ladies'  Community Club, an*! was most  successful in every way.  Rev. S. *$Jewby will be here from  Creston on Sund-ty afternoon, and  will have the. Sunday service at 3  o'clock, and on Monday, after school,  he will have religious instruction.  Notices are out to shareholders of  Lister Trading & Supply Company,  for the annaaai naeeting on Thursday  next, April 14th, itt  the school house.  Jim Huscroft as the very latest  to get into, the auto owning class,  having just purchased a 1026 Chevrolet from Martin Byrne.  Sam Lassachuk. who has been working at Kellogg, Idaho,  for  almost the  SPECIAL SINGING \  SPECIAL MESSAGE!  Will Wickholm left on Sunday for  Kitchrner. where he will be employed  again this season as CF,H, section  man.  Miss Nissie McRobb. who has bejjn  attending business college at Kelson  for the. past three months, anived  hoane at the end of the week.  Miss Murray, who has spent the  winter here with her aunt, J54rR. Cross,  at the McQueen ranch, left a few days  ago on the return to her home in  Saskatchewan.  Grmnprq  IBB Ii ^L-frB ^������  Foil 9AT-.IB-  San,   at   $7  Alico Sidln������.  -Stnvwberry planta,   Van  p.������r   1000,   E. Oatronsky,  Hatoihnw Eogb���������-For Salo Spangled  Rnn������������x opjpjfl, $1 for witting of Ifi ojargn,  E. H. Pridhnm, Ca-cston.  Str^wwkj-I-Y Pr.ANTa ��������� Senator  Dnnlap and Van Sun mixed, $5 por  1000,   A. Wickholm, Canyon.  At Cook,a Greenhouse, now is tho  time to place your orders for Eunter  Lilian. Pot Plants and CutFlowors for  Easter.  IMccs _To������ UAX.K���������Y-ayUaUSr-'-Uuroc  Jersey cromn, ready Aparll !87th, going  prlca. A, O. Cox, vnncss Ranch (AUce  Sidatig), OrcBton.  A meeting of independent  growers to consider a plan  market their Fruit and all  other Products through retail stores owned and operated by themselves, will be  held in  opSOrS  H3IB?    uiQSTuli  Sat'y. April  at 2.30 p,m. -  All independent shippers who  want   better   prices   aro  iimUuj,'  ALF. NELSON.  E. Nouguier is a business visitor this  wepk at Carstairs, Calgary, and other  Alberta   points.  George Strong was a business visitor  at Kaslo on- Thursday and Friday.of  lust week.  A. D.   Pochin,    outside   circulation  representative of the Daily News, Nel  soai, was a business visitor at his ranch  here at the first of the week.  Mrs. C. A. Robinson is spending n  few days with friends in Calgary,  Alberta, this week.  Rev. S. Newby of Creston will be  here on Monday night At 7.45 for the  usual Church of England service at  the church.  An exceptionally thorough canvass was made of the Canyon district  last week and in consequence of which  about 40 amines were added to the pa-o-  vlncial voters list the revising of which  for 1927 closed on Saturday. The new  list will show over 100 names for this  poll.  Last week's surprise party hot-at aiad  hostess wero Mr. and Mrs. Niblow  whose homo was invaded on Saiturday  evening for the usual few hours of  danceiug and other tatnuscmc-ntti, wlttt  tho MawKon-Davao orchestra officiating nt t,ha dance. The usual fine lunch  waa served and ta. very flno tiuao wus  had.  Canyon Ladles' Community Club  hnd an Intiiko of $80 at the hard timer*  masquerade dance at the hall on Friday night last. The attendance from  outialdo pointn wiu-i very large. The  muflic was by M r������. Lister's orchestra.  During the evening a quilt that hud  U-w.i ailou.-ti'd the club wnn r.-tiTaVc!  with A, Spencer holding tho lucky  ticket.  1800 tons of  hay were  cut   on the  Kootenay Fiats at Creston last year,  according to the statement submitted  by assistant grazing ranger Browne of  ] Nelson at the annual meeting of Creston Valley Stockbreedeas Association  on Tuesday afternoon last.   The meeting wtas in charge of the association  president, C SutcliSe, and was favored with an attendance of about forty.  According to Mr. - Browne 125 haying  permits  were   issued   in 1920 in  the  area   from    Kuskanook    to    Canyon.  Due to little flooding of the  fiats  last  year cub on Nick's  Island was   very  light, but the absence of water on the  east   side of   Kootenay   enabled   tbe  haymakers to operate on acreage tha t  cannot  be   worked   in   average high  water seasons,   and    it   was the- low-  water  factor  that brought the total  cut   well up to   the average   of other  years.    Officers elected for 1027 are:  President���������O. SutcHffe.  Vice-president���������Geo. Nickel.  Executive���������F. K. Hurry, John  Spratt, Geo. Hood, John Miller and  J. W. Robinson.  It was agreed  that the association  should     resume     the    self-governing  status that   existed   from   1019  until  three season's ago, and   to make  this  possible an   assessment of  25   cents a  ton on all  hay  cut  will  be levied ixa  future to provide   funds   for   a   paid  secretary to the board, as well as giv--  ing funds for other working expenses.  For i0279 however, the permits will be  issued as usual   by   Mr.   Browne.    A  very satisfactory announcement was  made that the unpaid tonnage fees of  1023 will not be collected by the new-  advisory board.  T. P. MacKensie of Victoria, pra-  vi-acia. commissioner -.of _. grazing,  was f'f?pri^en$?.','^and"~r'-is|H������ke along  general lines. He stated that in the  Cranbrook grazing district an order  had been issta ed to clear the range of  all wildv horses, and he anticipated  similar action would be *taken as regards the Creston hay flats.  Mr. MacKenzie strongly favored  resuming tlie old order of affairs with  the local advisiory board in full con*  trol. It would assure better satisfaction, he thought, in handling applications for grassing and haying permits,  collecting fees, fixing the seasons for  grazing and haying, as well as giving  locations foi the erection of hay sheds.  With a paid secretary responsible to  the advisiory borrd he felt better  relations would obtain between the  board and the department in all matters that hud to be arranged by  correspondence.  Potatoes JBob, Sale--About 5 tons  Netted Gems. S&S a ton at ranch.   E.  Haskins, Erickson.  Easter Sale  Trinity United Church Ladies'  Aid announce their usual  Easter Sale and Tea for  Trinity Church Basement  Sslj, ApriE 16  S to 6.80 p.m.  Plain and Fancy Sewing  Home Cooking ���������  \''' 'Candy  '���������-���������  AFTERNOON TEA  EVERYBODY WELCOME 1 ���������THE : BEVIEW.    CKESTON,-B.    O.  F*  r   . _L  "^1  FM %s rrs ������������������i  ...���������iiuiiiiiiilif  BesfihrYou andBahy ^oo.^  S������_l>_ Li*HttJ, :.(t_-. M.nCicftl <  Plan to Eliminate Foff  Airplanes     to    be    Used    Over    Lake  Michigan for This Purpose  Fl y in g' b ra n che s'. oat   the   arm y   au ������ 1  navy are greatly iaa Lerofe'ted ' iai expert- 1  IM  I  j -ducsurance anst Courage f  J  ..,..,... Many? ineii? andfwomeii   -will   be  ! meats ...shortly to be made in Chicago] ; happyyto^ kha>yr ? that the secret of  Lo detenniaio whether-the    log    ovor-  i hanging Lake Michigan   can be ojian- S  j mated by static electricity   .slant  1" 1*0111j  j airplanes. *.    ��������� j  j Success "will have an important j  j bearing oaa, the; project 'for a $3,000,000 I  j -airport on the . lake front there. Vo-\  1 less the fog- can "''"bo -'eliminated or]  1 greatly lightened,' operation of .the'  j proposed airport would be mue'a ]  j handicapped about one-third of tlao'  ; year. i  j     "Both ihe army and navy have eon- I  jducted   experimentsakmg,r     this    line;  Major   General   Sir  airanville   Ryriejin the past with considerable success. 1  has   been   appointed   Australian   High; Solution  of the problem    wiii    be    of!  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  -/Commissioner    in     London.    He    will  succeed   Sir  Joseph   Coolt,   who   is  re-.;  tiring after many  yt>ars of service u>'  that post.  Premier Mackenzie Kins assured  the House of Commons an extension;  of time would be granted this session  iix which eivil servants might e'leca  . to come uinier the Caiuei* .-Vci for  superjirnuiaaion purposes.  Heme JVlinlsu-r J.".aat;iguh-hs of ,lu  pan announces thai ?>.-7 I persons  were killed and ������s.72f injured, ami  that S3 per cent, of the buildings in  the affected area were wholly or partially destroyed in the recent earth  quake.  To replenish depleted British Columbia hea-ds, a carload of mountain  sheep from Banff National Park and  another of elk from "Wuimvrighi. X;t  lionat Park are being brought. to the  province and wiii be released In the  mountains near Spertees Bridge.  Manitoba   farmer-*  are-     eallins  great value to aviation  iu ..general.  Alberta Hen Wins Out  Performs Best Laying Recoa-d at  Contest Held Down in Georgia  Amongst a ahousaud competitors  from many seeUoaas of tho United  ���������States, a. hen owned by A. M. i">yUes.  of the Wjnler j"trg A'ouliry Farm.  Lethbi'idge. secured the best laying  record ol the International J2gg I<a>  ing Contest,   recenlly     conducted     by  ; good lieaith?flleg jii  a dail-" movement ot tlie bowels. *  The Kidneys, Liver and Bowels  must be active, they must be stimulated to remove the poisons from  the system.  If you suffer from Constipation,  Sick Headache, Indigestion, Biliousness, Tired, but and Acraey feeling:  CARTER'S ?LrTTI.E LIVER PILLS  ���������will help. you.  They are sugar  coated, sua all,  easy to swallow,  and do not contain Calomel.  Druggists, 25c,  & 75c. red pkga.  tirni'i\r__.'Tw ar_ :���������._  "in nui   auur i/umhu.uu  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  APRIL 3  PETER   BECOMES   A   DISCIPLE   OF  JESUS  Golden. Text: Com������ ye after me, and  1 will make you to become fishers oa  men,���������Mark 1.17..  Lesson:   Mark  i.14-is, '29-31.  Devotional  Reading:   Isaiah   55.1-5.  Explanations and Comments  j     1. Peter    Becomes    a    JMsciple    of  j Jesus,   verses   14-18.���������After   John   the  j Baptist was imprisoned and his woa*Ji  jus ji 'herald was   over   (Matthew   14.  ! 3-5:   Lulfe 3. ��������� 19.203, J"earn9wean, from  j Jaadaea. lo Galilee aiiad there pi-oelaim  ) ed the good news (the gospel) of C.od,.  j and announced thai the lime hud been!  I fulfilled,  the  world   w.is  ready   for  aa;  j new border  of  things,  and   the;   King-;  I dona of God was at band.    Moa-e  than!  j a   hundred     times     Jesus     used     the!  j plu-ase "the  Kingdom  of Cod"  or  its!  \ equivalent;   what, did  He mean by it?!  Prance Intends Going Direct to Ranch!11 is a^plu-aso which in different pas-}  _ ": i sages  seems a<������  have dafferenl   mean- '  t-rom Ottawa - lings,  being now. present and   now   l'u j  Thai   Ibe Prince of Wales would not .1 tuae;   but its  usual    meaning    is    ;aV, |  make  a  general   tour   of'ihe  eountry j laere, Ihe rule of God in the hearts of i  on  his  next' vJall to  Cimada. but pro-i"1011-    '-*0- Jlle Kingdom-is within you, |  j Luke 3 7.2.1. !  i     -'Jesus came    preaching    that,    this I  state j Kingdom was    at ; hand.. Most   of  his j  ieed   direct  io  Ottawa and  thenee  to]  his   ranch   in' Albera,   was   the  niena made by Pi of. W. cfarlylr, anan | teaching was aoiiversatioaaal,    but    lie  the   State   College   of   Agriculture   at  Alliens. .Georgia.  1'iykes* hen was declared the best  individual egg layer and accordingly  won the silver cup put up for cmn-  [letitiott by the college. His hen se-  cured 102 points out oi' a possible 3 20.  lager   of   the   prince's   ranch,   who   ar- j preached   four   great   sermon a,   all  of!  1 ,.11.^,1   ,>i   ^������i     t  1. .1 t ��������� ,..,..i,i���������! which  concerned   1he   coming   of   the J  1i\ ed   at   t>t.   John   o^1    he   steamship j T..,,,,         -,.      .,.,   ...    .    , ^ ;   ,  ; ���������,     ,   ,   . , , . ���������   .    ,     Kingdom.    ii\ the first, he  announced *  ; Idonlclano. While axuhing ucilaiitel> ulat it was his mission to iaailialei  j had been settled, the Prince, a ceo m-! this Kingdom. In the second he \  j paniod   by   Premier   Si-anhsv   Uaidwln j iuierpieted     the     a-Uiiuaaxierifal     priu-)  ; oiples on  which   the   Kingdom   would j  be   founded.     In   ihe   third,  he   (raced \  There. is nothing repnislAe in  Millers Worm Powders, and they aire  as pleasam to take a.s sugar, so that  a   few   children   will   refuse  them.   In j impossible  to export, cattle from Eng-  1  would probably arrive in Canada next  August, ahe professor said.  Professor Carlyle had been on a  avgular visit to England to confer  wiih tlie Prince on matters pertaining to  the ranch.  The aid vis ability of importing additional stock lj0r the ranch was das:  cussed but nothing decided as it waa  British   and    Scandinavian  borers   to   assist   in   the   sp  tor  iarsn      ia-  -ing work,  stateil  an official of  tlie   Land   Settlement  branch  of the  Canadian  Pacific  railway, and  every  immigrant, of this  c-iass wiLl be certain of a. position.       :  Creating   two   new  records   Captain;  F.  J".   Marigold, of the  steamship l>al-  hotisie   City,  brought     his     ship     into  Toronto   Port.   March   22.   from   Pore  Dalhousie.       In     opening     navigation  Captain  Marigold clipped two days off  bis   previous   record.     The   time-hon-���������;  ored   silk" hat was  presented  the  cap-1  tain. j  The  f.'itv of Jerusalem is  the name!  1  'of, the first giant, aeroplane of the Bri-1  tish ImporJaal Airways which will con*;  nect KuKlaud witli India. Lorn]  I'lunier, llia;h Conamissioner of Pales; |  tine, will <-hristeit the airship at the i  lvalatidia Aerodiome. The airship re-|  l-eiuly Hew from Kngland to inaug-1  urate commercial aviation beaween'  Ciiiro and Karachi.  In   a   letter   received   by   Col.   J.   ri .  Thompson,  coaaianunder  of  school   ca  dels   in  Toronto,  King   C.eorgo  highly  prai,--es the marksmanship    of    Canadian  sa.-hool  boys    a\1io    look    second  place  hi  the Thnpire-wule  competition  for   the   King'.-!   trophy,   atid   1 lie?,  lm-  peainl  Challenge     Shi������.Id     last    year. |  Canaaliau   hoys     received     ahe     lion's;  share   of   the   medals   won   in   these [  compelia ions. 1  To Atstbmn Suiferers. T)\\ J. D. ;  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy comes like J  a helping liiind t<a a sinking swimmer.!  Ii gi������, ������������s new lib' ji ia tl hope--some-!  ihing h<> has come to believe impos- \  silile. lis b������'*aa������-Ca<. is too evident lo be [  <]ue.-aioiied h is lis own be.-*i argn-'  ment - Ms own best aaU'erlisenient. 11'  >ou vulTer from riHiliniii ::ef this ilnn  iria-il ri'iui'dy jind bud help like ihoi.i  saml.s 01' others.  some     cases  th  ey     cause     vomiting , land at the present time owing to the  through   their   action   in   an   unsound j  stomach, bua. this is ohIa- :i manifestation   of   their  cleansing  power, -110   in  uication ihat   they   are   hurtful.   They  can  be   thoroughly  depended   upoaa   to  clear worms from the system.  I foot  and month  disease there.  Britain's Labor Problem  the method  and  process of its devel- \  opment.     1 n   the   fourth,   he   declared]  the secret of its power, a divinely in-j  spired   spirit   of   self-sacrifice   in  ihe;  heart of all  its  cntizens.    At  the end j  of his life,  in the Cpairt. of Caiaphas.}  he Teallarmed  himself to be  Ihe  long]  expected  Deliverer   coming   to   cstab- j  lish  this Kingdom    of    Goa.l    on     the;  earth. And   after his  resurrection'his j  disciples  went   forth,  not   to   tesu-h  a ]  ; new ethics  or  a new philosophy, but j  j to  proc-laian   their   faith  in  the' King-j  j dam   and   in   Jesus   its   Founder."   ���������I  i Lyman Abbott. '        i  Would you buy canned  goods that bore no ��������� label ? .  Would you buy an automobile of unknown make, no  matter liow cheap? Nobody  -would be so foolish.  You get to trust a name or a  label jwst as you get to trust a  man, through satisfactory artnd  honest dealings. Thai ������s why kitchen and household uecnsiis  bearing the SJ_1P label are bought  vrithout question by ntilliojais of  Canadians. The shatdd-shape  oreen and red SaViP trademark is  a guarantee of full value and best  quality. The firm behind SMP  goods is  ra.'r. Sheet Metal Products Co. ^Jr^���������*  MONTREAL  TOKONTO        VINNKja-C  VANCOUV.lt.    CAtCARV  'B-������a_r  mZOm\Si\S&t3   'V^A   &*&*���������  men -_V_k A W%������mist4*< %^aMatfm,4e������  JUt MUD JsU-TKrtStV a_J������&ipA-C7-_9  _-_-#VJ_ui-CIl ^WJOl^ilCJirf  28;  Winnipeg Newspaper Union  06/\i������������������  Urges   Pensioning  Workers at  Age  of  65 to Make Rooan For Able-  Bodied  Unemployed  Tlae  pensioning    of    workers    ove*  sixty-five years of age to malce room  for   England's' young   able-bodied  uu-  j employed was  a suggestion made  by  I Lady Cynthia Mosley,    wife    of    he  I Laboi*ite  inember   of   parliament,  Os-  i wald Mosley, at a *__*H.boi-ite meeting.  There were near]jr 600,000 men ana  women,  aged   G,'?.   whom  it  would   be  I better to  retire 011 pensions, drafting  I iji  their  places   part of  Knjjhind's   3,"  I 500,000     unemployed.       The      aaioaiey  i saved froan vineniplovmont doles would  a  pay  the  pensions,  she  said.  . I  A Corrector of Pulmonary Troubles.  ������^__~iV*r'>**t ���������     t^oi iiTnrtfiiolc* _-._r-"-"-1.1 l\������rv "*r*������*C������.-  j.tjLt-n*'.^       tvio v* *������*v^** j������������'������.ij -u^^v-i_v*. ������^v. x. *��������� ^*  sented   showing  the   great eilicacy of  Dr.  Thomas*. Ecleetrie  Oil   in  correct  ing "disoj'ders   of the  respia*atory pro  cesses, but ahe best testimonial is ex  pei*ience and  the Oil is recommended  to all who'suffer from these disorders  with the certainty that thej- will ylind  relief.    It   will   allay   inflammation, in  tbe bronchial tubes.  Reindeer for the North  Princess Louise  Mnny hiave- been relieved of corns  by llolloway's Coraa Kemovei*. It; has  aa. power of its owai that will be found  effective.  Tourist Land   Ideal  Possibly the greatest appeal of the !  May   Move   Reindeer   From  Alaska to  Canada fcr Food Supply for  Natives \. ?  The   Porslid   brothers   of   ���������Denmark  are now in the extreme north of Canada   where   they .ai*6"maMaig   an   in-  vestigationf into   tlie     possibility     of  moving reindeer    from    Alaska    into  Canadian 'territories  for' the   puipo.-se  of 'maintaining, the food supply; of tho  ���������;������������������f j natives, according to a   wireless mes-  Duchess of   Argylej   Wife   of   Former) sage     received     by     the.   Northwest-.  Governor-General   of Canada, } Territories   I'Jranch.     The   two  broth-  Reaches Her Eightieth ! ers went into   the  north   country last  Year > [June and will Hot come out. until tbe  Many Canadians of middle age who j spring of 192S,  when they wall ahake  remember when Royalty held sway at 1-their  report  to the Dominion Coyoi-nc..  Rideau   House   may   be   surprised   to! ment   on   all   phases   of  the   reindeer  learaa that  the Princess Louise. Duch-j quest Jos. :  ess of Ai"gyle, .has entered  upon her ; ^rr..  - ..���������.-���������..: '.'.: ...'.,.-?..1....:...:.  eightieth year. It was near the close  of the '70s that Her Itoyal Highness,  then the young and beautiful  Mareti-  I 521  A   Dainty   Bloomer-Dress  Charming   indeed   is   this   blooanor  Th.  Manitoba Good Ronds  Pi*o\ iaiC'--   of   .M.'initob;i   hii~   a-x  ! ill-ess   I'or    lli<!    suhall    rIj*1.    Shli,riaag,  nialaa's     an    sitlraoUvo     seir-li'linniiaaft I Invigorated  jiround   Ihe   na>ck  and   lower   edge   of |  ; \)u\  short   sleeves,   whilu   narrow  luce |  j is  sewn on   tho skirt hi two rows ot j  ! scallops.     The  no company ing   bloom-  i eivt  have elastic ruia  through the topj  ] and   leg a:sislugs.     No,   Ii"i2.l is iaa sixes  I 2,  -I, 0 and  S years..   .Size ���������!  yours re-  Canadian   national   parks  lies   in   the  fact  that   notwithstanding   the   many |  conveniences introduced  for the  comfort -of  travellers   through   lhe.se   im-!  ! naense vii'gin areas, none of the hare j  of tlae uai.in.owai has heen lost. Prim-1  eval   forests,  peopled by  hamdi*eds  of 1  wild   birds   and   animals,   creep   downj  to the towns iaa lite parks and border j  tho  roads  and   frails.     The   beautiful:  lakes   teem   with   lish,   ami   tho   tip-i  land   'gardens    tiro    masses   of   wild-  flowers.     Here,  saai*(;ly,  is   the   toaarisf!  land ideal,    wheie    the    mental    and  physical  mrua   may  be  refreshed   Jtaaal  j ioness of Lome, came over id Canada  pointed   Vieoa^oy    of    the    Dominion.  Four years previously ihe wedding of  the Princess ami Lord Lome, son aaid j  heir of the Duke of Ai'gyle, had takmi  place in St. Ceorgn's chapel, Windsor,!  the   bride   being "given   away   by  hex J  molher, Queen Victoria. The   inichess  of  Ai'gyle,'  as   she   became  upon   me  death   of   her   fallier-in-lnw   in    1!)00.  spent several dellghlful years ua/fau-  ada, and   she bus   always  enterlalneu  the most  nffecthintiie regard   Tor Caaa-  ada.  HEAO^CHES  Are usually caused by some ir-  rerguiarity of the bowels or liver.  Remove the cause by taking  Chamberlain's Tablets  For Stomach and Liver���������25c  A"  -1 OI-"l'--KU TO IN'YEN'TOnS. SRND  foa- cur true list of iiiviintloaa.i waaited.  aaid fr������o ndvk;<������. 'J'ho Kaijaisoy (.Company, intei'imtloaial Vattsnt Att0rn������ya. -T3  linr-'' St., Ottawa.  (Jive some jjeoplei hall a chance and  Ihey will  tatko tho other luilf.  Living Longer  perilled  ?7,(11"..'.01   on  good roads since; quli'os   13:t.s   yards   'JIHnr-h   naalerlal,  or  ihe iai'-uijioiui ien nl' the l'rovhu:<\ jar.'  i.-oi'dlni; in a i*<-aiirn 1 aided in iln-  |.������'Sl.--|jliiire by the lieu, S\', II. Clubb,  Milil.-.iei- <-f rubiie W'oj-U.a. MulnlaMi  ;taa<".- ol minis lias inci-ca-'i'd |'r<vn<  $lll,::<������l iia lit.'iti Id .-f'.l^.'.'tS'll III liiili, OW-  Iiii; lo i Iii- iuauaiirai ion of tin.' paVtvin  Hal   I lit ii u   111 k 11 v. ii>-   system.  c  O 1j 1 C-4!  M inaid'-i  in     iiiola-  f|iii������-|.-      rolh-r.        Miv  a   r|:-i'nr-h.  SI'S  w.-ll  p,Ives  anil  Wi  yards fll-Uach.    Price 20 ceaats the  I tial.tern.  I     Oatr aa������'W    l*_nshloai    Hook,    contains  anany   styles   sluvwlaig   how   to   dress  I hoys and KlrlH; '��������� Slnijillclly Is llao rule  j for  w<d|-di*essed  childrm������.     Clothes  ofl  ; eharjielau* ami    Individuality    I'or    the |  junior folks aire hard lo htiy, but easy  in   make   \\\i\\   our   pall-erus. A,   snmll,  : naimuril. ol' money spent  on good inn-  : lerlals, <*ut  on r.Imple lines,  will  give  1 chlldnoa    Hie ��������� prlvIleRi)    of    wearing  ;idor;ible   ihlugs.      I'rice   of   the   boolc  K)   ai.nl,s  lh>-  copy.  .mm     1|_ta_r^L ^ImSml  tStmjUmm. _H_t_l __h       __l       ���������_____*���������  AD SPELLS  WITH HER HEART  Mrs, 11, Q. Hull, Bolton Ccatro, Quo.,  writes:���������"Some tiiuo npo 1 haul bad  upellft witla  my  lietart which X boliovo  was <!auascil by aiffrvousncss. .1. triutl  ovorytlilitijr I c.oaihl think of, but could  got no relief! until  one of my t'raeaula  porsunOKl sin1 to got a box ot  How To Order Patterns  ' J\(]c\ro  ���������Winnipeg Kewrpaper T?n!orj,  17D McDonnot Avo.,  Winnipeg.  Paitcraa  No Slzo...,  YV      S.  117 I  After T had  Itilcen  wunderfill K'licf.  I now woifth ono Tiamclrotl anal tliirty-  ?flvo poiindH where, be foa o, I never vcait  ovor jaiiaoty,"'  Prlco 00������. a hox at nil -alnaffflriutft or  Naituo      Hehlarn, or irtaail������>(t direct; on ravulpt of  pj-.co hy TJt_ T. MiJliui-aw Cv.p .'AtulUJ,  jTbwn    j Toronto, Ont,  Average Length of Lifo Is Now Phaced  at  58  Ye.ni'a  Ts   If   (rue   tlha*.   t-verybody   Is   livinji  loaaRaja*   thain    labs   f or ba'iir .���������������-,,   sand   how1  aloes     that,    happen".'    wondered     Dr.  Charles Horace    JMatyo's     hejirei's    ail  WaslilaiKlon.     The average   lemjth   oa  lafai  was  tweaily  years  In   l(i.r������0;   forty  hi :i������">0;  forly-llve    lu    :IS75;  Is    lll'l>-  elKlil. aaov������r.     This   Sati\irov������.taaent   Is  so,  he declared, laeetiuse people ju'e learii-  iaaj;  t<������ lal������'e heller I'.ii'i' of I litinselves,  Said he:  "The daiip;au'oaas " fim>    of    it  woman   Is   froan   .Hi   lo   IS.     Hut   tu������.  ilaaiKerous iik'i> <d' a man Is  frona Tit> to  ij.������.    Il' yon   can't   keep   your   eye   on  theni,  loeU   them   up.    <Miami   Iraiisl'ia-  sloai is tin.* bunk.  _"���������__������% 8^-__������B*BuB\35_5      E_aH_iCn^9  ��������� lad      chicks     fi'Oin      Kxhlhlliou      R.-arivd  l'tocks.   Heels,   -and    trnpaiuslr-d    I-ei^hoi-n.i  of      lalK'h      a>i**K      r<>c(iril. Winners     at  Iftiulhu*; tamalla-y slmw.a. U.I.ObO" booli<-il  aala-naidv. wJileli shown wo havo a. uiiln  ropnlii.tioii. Quality aaad 8rrvl<!a*a. 1������. our  oaaly liKtfinllve. Wrlto foi- lioiiiitlful a'treii-  lar. Wu pay the duly, SI'lOOIAU M.VliCH  OPH-Ht, ACT HVICK.  J. A. Mans, Poultcy Fai-ni, Farlta.-iult, Minn.  jiSifJS'ft  S fl C5--SI K^^il m ___mSlO# A f^SjW,  FOR  smmm  covm  1 .  ftW  bflXCB  I  got  Alberta  Co-Operative  Credits j  ,\   iiiillloia  dollars,  roughly, was aaj  vaneed  lo  the  furnierM of Albeala aaaa-  der Ihe Co-opea-ullvo (Iredlfs A el; In  U>:i(>, uee.oi'dIll's' to tins annual report,  of lite woi-kiiapr of lhal Ael presented  lo tin- Ifa-uilMhiliai'e by Mrovlaielail  TraiiiJJtuvr Ham. It, <?l. Kehl. Thea'o  xxm* '.',?. .-.nelrlli;; v.Ilh n anainliei'.'lalj*-  of   l,l.r.r������  farmerhj   opei'-alhiu.  A   BROKBN   DOWfl   CVGTEEnfl.  This In a coikKiIoji (or dl������ ������Ka 1 to wlilcki doctora  Ui\R>inaiiy ii-moe. but which j'hw ot ttaerm rnally  _ncl������r������ia>iad, lMSninij>lvw,-ul;h������n.iil)rr������ldawn,  as it wrrOj olthn wltnl (nrvf* tlm tiastnlntliAayn-  ������������tn,   No mattnr what niaj bnit.c_aiiea(iliey ar*  ���������InioRt iiiin>bftrle������n), Itn _yni|>tou_ lire inaich lb*  aaauo; ahe rnora proinlririii l>niiim ailt.'1'iiln.siie**.  ���������eiiK������ 01 pro carat 1011 oi-we.rliiri.������. (Vi'ir������*lmi ol  ���������f>lall* nia<tVlatat of aaieitty lor all ilia ordinary-  ���������llau������u(IU#.  NoW.vvli,il_loi,r in uhvnliitrjly tiihi-ii- ,  tl*l III all ������������olii<aN������'5 Is Inuirusfil via (Illy��������� uleowr,'  v.iinl airaiiajaili and eiifriKy ia throw eft alien*  iaioi-bi<l Ineiland, _tuJ an nla;lii auucftcdt. .tap >\������y '  aliinnanj l>o more cnriulnly nrciiTrd |������ya eainar ������t  THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY.  ���������YajicfSni AOii^iiy Skin ^  tbrwi lay ���������<������y vjilin Jvuouaa u������iiit>in.i|un. .S<>������ui<rly  ���������alt U uUtii In .cnorcUinK-Willi iln<i1l'A<:ilon������-o-  ������joia������i������aaiylii������H,wllliliB������h������iiPif������lhfBlil>l������f rriHiorf<l  THCeXPiniNOLAMPOFLIFC  I LIGHTED UP AFREQH.  nnd a new pnUinnotlmpunM In placr ofw lialliad  aolalaly ������ftiti������ir<l wnrri-oul, niml unwind vuIn<1r������a.  *jriil������w<>n<arrlu1i>i*dlrai>iii>lla i.iilliU>lrf������H-_ll.r<--  eo������������alimi<iii*.n<l/;omllilrtni.,������n *lilirr������ei; anil 11  la <lillicnll K������ liuajsiain a di������*_������������ or ���������leiai������x������in������M������  wlin������n malm r#������atira ia wf������kn������-������, thai wilt ������"H  Ihi Bpcadity anil |������irui*n*rilly ov^rtonia lay ihia  ������������curierali?������*i������<<iii<;<".wlwr.lilv.(a������rtln������d i������ir������������iinln  1 atlilivlorn ������>w<M vihttua dial 1m<1 kiifr.e.Ir.l la !������i Una  *������i.l(i-������|.r������a"l*V iiMiMfrmmcUn nl Im 111**1-11 hi������-in 1,  taUMl������������l*������.lliW1<'li<"i������l������������a, nrvliaiarNn.rriliirki n-uliri u"i  t|iii:.LKCL_tKUMaa.Ca,liav*i������tucUI'4, N.W.I������,L*M.ua  2;l������MBM-2  ^isicssss  l.tWIW'ltlH'MlifMlrWrairal  ^^M-Wi^-tj|M-i'tBW-M- THE   BEYIEW.'   ISBESTON,- ^   G.  ,^-jh  ?  i������������_C/  Wherever ^eRecipe  Auto Competition Is  No  ^S-fl*      ������l ������*������j������'_Mi,_iSS _-y     ���������������*������������������������?  ~ % *������������������������_������ ***<**,mt>mm.m\+m        _���������-_.*_  ���������I-''**       w-JM-uauwuamaawia^     *     **  KnYtsSm MJfBI__i  Planning Big  Air Program  Britain  Determined io  Have Air Fieet  Second to None  The Cairo-India air line is already  so popular that it carries '"sirai*-  haaagers," Air Minister Sir SamueL  Hoare told the House of Commons in.  discussing estimates lor the air lorce.  The line carries - more passengers!  than a.here are seats in the pianos, he  explained.  Sir Samuel plans a. Iff per cent1;-decrease in air force expenses next  j ear but he avade it clear Great Bra-  tain is embarking on an ambitious  program which will entail heavy costs  after that. It is generally reported  i his country is determined to have  an jiir lleet seeoaid  to noaie.  The progra.m for commercial planes  calls for regular passenger lines to  Canada and to South Africa, via  '"-aire. Canada, Ugypt and Smith. Africa  bearing a share of the expenses. Sir  Samuel stressed the value of the Im ;  perlal  co-operation shown by this. I  He predicted development of a Bn i  aish   air   service   which   would   ba*ing j  Canada within reach of Great Britain j  in  two  days,  South Africa in six. In-:  7 i  <!ia an sevoii and Australia in eleven,   j  i  Sir Samuel foreshadowed a future  when the development oC the, Impei--  i-al-jiir sei-vice would oaiable the movement of forces to any threatened  point with a swiftness, that, a few  >eiu's ago, would have appeal red incredible.  fie announced tluif *,i number of cooperative flights would be unuer-  ttaken soon uca*oss Liu? whole of Africa  with the assislaai.ee of the Soutn  African, Siadanese and other colonial  governments and eventually similar  lliglats in other distant pai'ts of .the  I.nipiro.  If his aiitielpation were fu'Jfilled, he  y said, it Avill some day not only be  '--possible quickly to cmcentrute forces  'where needed but to economize force  '��������������������������� through,, its much greater mobility.     -  More   Being   Sold   in   Manitoba   Than  Ever Before Says DeSives*y  Firm  They tail, of ihe automobile supplanting the reliable old horse, and ox  the anotor age, but statistics for  Manitoba show that old dobbin is  holding his own against' this menacing competition. There are "more than  260,000 horses in the province today,  representing an increase of several  thousand since* last yeaa-.  Contrary lo general belief there is  no sigai of the horse disappearing  from the streets of Winnipeg. It is  estimated that there are mpre than  700 light delivery, and 800 dray, horses  earning /'their oats" in the Manitoba  capital.  ' Because horses do not require a  dose of antifreeze before they can be  left to the exposure of the elements in  winter, nor need to be towed out ot  mud holes in the "soring, they still retain a large measure of popularity  among concerns "whose businesses  demand deliveries into^tue suburbs ot  the city.  "Wo are selling more horses now  than we ever did before," declared  one manager of a large delivery firm.  Good hoa-ses weie in- good demand;  farmers*" did not appear io realize  that there was.-a good market for the  light type of horses. They were not  breeding light draught type whfeu  found a ready sale in. the cities.  Utiiiditeo s -uo-ds  V - i - I  Savs Prince Needs Rest  >  n���������e-  .���������raaall_r.   Check thorn  '-Werrn'shS wlths-jt  "(Seaa-ns" by r-ubbi������s  Vicbft ov������ throe, end  cheat r.t bedtime.   ,  V.CK&  The Care of Her Family  Weighs Upon the Energies  of the Mother  si^*i  .,* jh_\iVr'i  ISS *"*'**- \  Hr\ U,      , <-. I  }-   1 ������      ������     "  A ���������I'JvianH- Htiidle  Mrs. Matilda Milne  London, Out.���������"].)_���������. Picrco'* Favorato  JVcHoriptaon is a splendid tonic? for woan-;  caa to take tit any timo when woialc sunl  "rundown.   While I wan liriii������iii(j; up nay  i'mnily T foimil the 'Favorite jVaoseauptaoa.*"  vea-v Ijcnelicja] jih a stretaillinniiin t<mi<:  tuannprvnlnaildor. On soverjil oawtHioias I!  . look it when an a nut-clown anal nci-von*  ' sin to of henltla aiaad ifc Haul, run right, up. I.  t'oaiaid   it,   tw|������������rtiiilly   hoaioiicuil   <lin-KaaaajLC  a-Npcctanoy. It not- only" kept, aiae aaa mtood  phynii-al emulation but. wiih a pront hr*l|>  tn    any    anetatiil    fttnto,    nlHo."~-Mrs.  RlaatlJtta Mllnia, .������"��������� Wyat.l, RiV  AH ch-iiKp-JHtfl. Tablet tn oa- liquid.  'riias   rieHea*l)>lioii   iw   nintlo   ita   Br,  IV'tvaaV. r/aa.liiHil.|������������4-y hn SSi-ail^eiiiii*gr i>aa(;, .  iSeiul 10 it.iiIh that re ;if you wish a trial  ro.-iYnKC of the. tablcld,  Kapid  Growth Of  Co-Operative Association  Movement  Developing   Rapidly in  the  Province of R/ianitpba  Poultry" and egg marketing on a  co-operative basis is developing rapidly in tlie province of Manitoba. A  recent statemeai. issued bj'~ the  Manitoba Co-operative Marketing  Association Gtd., the headquarters  of which ar������ at Hartney, Man.,  shows , that in r 1926 shipments  of dressed poultry totalled 946,307  pounds, compared with 1L6.351 in  .t������������22. Live poultry shipments totalled  S5.446 pounds last year compared  with 21,586 pounds in 11923 and the  export ot eggs in 1925. amounted to  1,2*2,950" dozen compared with 129,-  360 dozen in 1921.  Dressed poultry was shipped froan  7S points in 192P, compared with nine  points in 1922 the first "year of opera-  ffion. Only one egg station was opei*-  ated in .1921. In 1925 there wore  three,  and live in 1926.  Gross receipts for eggs in 19l!0  amounted to $336,930, as against  $156,907 in .1925; and $33,433 in 192-1.  The average net prices to producers  in 1926 ranged from 25% cents to 15  cents per dozen according' to grade.  The rneml4,ersliip of the organiza  iion has grown steadily sauce it was  jfia'st formed as indicated by the following figures: 1922, 710; 1923, 2,245;  192., 3,015;   1925. 5,600;  1926, 7,900.  Farmers in Western Canada are  now ihaa-ko'ting most of their products  co-operatively; The -"largest farmers?  'co-operative. organlzatioaa iri the  world is the G^aanadiain Wheat Pool;  which is made up-oP tlireo units, ono  fu oacb of tho prairie provinces. Tho  membership of the, pool now ,rotate  over t-10,000 actual fanners.  Novel Way of Advertising  Shabby Bookshop In St. Louis Offers  Patrons -"Literary Food"  in. St. Xjoiiay a Pino. Hti'-cut boolcahop  wlib Bhnbbj' exterior aaul an unpre-  teaaitotas, allspbiy window Jatafs sold It*  self to tho publln as "a "tnental dln-  iatg roorn."  ���������"l/lleaary fotad Ih servaul laeav," ad-  voi*tl;-.M.'S lltu pi'opidetor. "Food the In-  tiillaidt and nourish the brain-.'-'  "Suci-ed soaap," . 'literary pudding,"  "Ingitl hr.tKh" and "doasorl" I'or nil aina  ;mnnnr" the (!oyr;*������".'D which nourish tho  bookworms. Tim works of Paine,  Vuii.aiae, ..Darwin. Huxley auid taagor-  rsoll i\i'o dlKjalnyodus "free thonglit  <iho_)H(" and. l>ritUaV,-a Infertio ami Mil-  ton's Puradlse Luat uro "heated dish-  i in tell I tag who Is going lo bo the eoolc  In iho no;I  world."  Will Work Together  Over "Mining Problems  U.S. and Canada Have Many in Common and Can Reduce Expense  by Ce-operation  Vancouver Province: An agreement  has been reached betweeH Lhe department of iniaes- at Ottawa, the ���������Dominion research council and tlae (United  States bureau of mines for close cooperation in the investigation o_ problems affecting the mineral inetustry  of the two countries. This agreement  should prove of the very highest  value. So far as the ���������recovers- of minerals is concerned, aud their utilization,   Canada and  the   United   State*  identical, and others that areJ very-'-  sirinilar*. It would be a mere waste of  effort and money on the part of the"  two governments to set up separate  and independent establishments to investigate the s&ane questions, wlaen  co-operation might easily bring  earlier results at small or cost. ^  Even between countries so widely  separated as Great Britain and the  United States, co-operation iai  seeking solutions to mining problems  bias proven ot Value. For soane years,  the "United States has had a couple or  anen in England, and there have been  one "or two British ^representatives in  the United States, striving io eo-  oi'dixaate the worlr of the two countries. Dr. Dorsey Lyon, chief metallurgist of .the United Slates bureau,  has stated that the United States has  reaped very- great benefit from the  work done in the republic by some of  the British representatives, and has  expressed the belief that -Britain  benefitted aiso from, the work done  there  by the American scientists.  Between Canada and the Unitea  States bureaus there has been unofficial co-operaiiqn and exchange of  result in the. past. Now. the cooperation is to be made oflicial and  a matter of policy. It, is not thought  an- exchange of investigators -will be  necessary, since the two couulries  are so close together that they can  easily Keep in touch with one another.  Life   is   Too   Strenuous and   Health   is  Seginnirig to Suffer  Thn Passing* Show, ' .London, says:  The health of the Prince of Wales is  u^t? la������t begiauiiiag lo. suffer from the  results of bis too exubei'ant energy.  His -nost Intimate friends have foi  ���������some time been tolling hian t3iat he  must have a re;il resi���������a sea voyage  without oflieiy.1 functions, or at least  a quiet time at some homo oi" foreign  health resort.  The last few years have been strenuous ones for him. His foreign tours,  with their abundance of banqueLs artel  other eeremoaiies, bis alanost daily  visit to .perforin official opening abtE  such-like-.in the" .provinces,'--his -veeeni  "slumming parties," ? tlie hunting;  horse-racing and dancing---all these  occupations have combined-to. weai  doyvn his powers of recuperation. He  is? fairly strong 'constitutionally, but  no young man alive j^an burn the candle at both ends? for So long vviLh ian-  paanity.:.  nose.  ___  hs&a eou{Sj-i or cold or has been  , .   <3FJ*cVe*? to <HB������a������ Stive it Spohn's,  Use Ssohss's to kfee--> youe*   j. "  raorM_  meskiom foil .lata.   For -Ba-S^  dlitin^tr,   Inflaensa.   <-oldu. ________  C^:������h5. ���������������>���������_ -)y������, ������:B_mrrh������i l-aim^jmgj&ggSgj^  >.4br9st  ensd Inass Hire���������      7?f  .-"S-Bw-  DSSIIMPSRCOHPQUND  ������0e ������nd 8a .20 at D_ug Stcsrea���������Write (erfrea booUsS  ���������OONB  sn as  OA"E8  S. mil bunion* foravar with a������ri������wPadb3pB������  SoliraiittMKttnab't, Cain atOB- ftiaK������tIaa_urt-  Ir. Acto������arodoctSotLoCth,������������al������r*������d axowela  ������t������pt������ ao Xs*t ch������t rottr naxt pair of shoe* e������a  .9 at ������a* aoaUaz ���������������lUa Ctro stto- .nutllw.  8*ftOVm IT FHBfE���������Jat aas. vonr nan*  sad edaresa. so -m-anew. ui<i te������ full 6re������Sn>oni  SOKruitaa. to itruog evmeiata re������olt������ mar ba  yoara to trr. I4������ ������)btl������������aon���������������jfi<Mi������������������ ,  KAV LABORATORISSa  *������>oj-a-. Aa^r  AO froiits������.������ W������ Bsr9ii*ta.aii������-.  First News lit Fifteen Yejsrs  ?lav ; Islanders'? Have   Just   Heard   of  Czars Overthrow :  News of the over throw oi'yUae Caar  1 and; the establislmient    of    a " Soviet  ; governinent in Russia lias ill'st reacu-  i>ed a. large?island in the Bering Strait  f -.���������'- ;-_-:-.,'.';���������';'���������,.   '. * between Siberia and Alaska^; with- the  Using More-Canadian Wheal   ' 1 ^vvlviil of ������-e nrst   ship? in  ^fteen  THE SPRING TIME  IS T0NSC t!ME  years.     The   Slav   and   Eskimo  resi-  GersVians Prefer  If to That From  Any]-'dents   of  ihe   island   were , imich ...as-.';  ��������� Other" Country" rtohished   to  learii   that   Russia   is  no  The; -'fconsuanptionf';'pf''-'\Caa-adiai_j longer a monarchy.  wheat in 'Germany is incre'riaiiig year!     ' ": ^������������������~��������� ^~���������  by year-'because tho preference of thej  German   people ���������is   rapidly   swinging]  from rye  bread   to   wheat -bread,' was j  the   statement 'made   by  Dr.   J_,orenz,j  German consul at Winnipeg, who paid ' '".���������,";"'��������� -���������������������������?...  his   first  visit- to   Saskatchewan  re-1 Soniethmg lis Needed to Quickly  ceiitly and while in Sashatoon spenLj.y Improve Your Health  ra,. great deal of time.,at���������ihe.^-ni-.ersltyj     With   tbe  passing  of  winter  ihany  Where  he  showed   a  particular  inter-1 people ,  feel    weak,    depressed    and  est  in   all   things   having  to do ,with| easily   tared.     There  is no   particular  Saskatchewan agriculture.    ���������. .....:   I ^Pa^e' ;bal- mele "sjrsfera   lacks ;'tone.  ������������������     ���������-,���������'���������'   7 i        i    , J >������w  *-"d  yourself tired,  low-spirited,  The change    from    rye    bread    io} often unable  lo   get   sound  ,4ep   at  ���������wheat   bread  has   come  about durin?,:; night.    All this is the result-of closer  the last few veaars?. according to Br ! in-door  confinement    of    the    winter  Lorenz. "We are,  I believe," he said, | months, and',   shows    that    the    blood  ���������.. ,      '    ���������  ,     .     -,.,T���������,.+ ���������,.   '���������r: has  become  thin   and  water;v.    New,  "the    second    greatest    importer    of. ^^  re<J  MoQ^ ig  ^^   T0tf &<&:-&  Canadian  wbeafc   and   we   prel'eyr that; pUfc. yoil right and   there  is sia other  wheat io that of any 'other' cottalry."   j tonic medicine can give you tins new,  - '._        '-'   ��������� I rich  blood as  surely and as speedily  as Dr.   ..Williams'    Piulc    Pills..���������.-. This  KiH warts with  Minard's  Linianen-t.  TVSore Building In Canada  Six  Provinces  Report  Large  Increase  Over Last Year  The value of ihe .building permits  issued by 63 cities ilurifig Fetorwary  as compiled by tlie 'Dominion -Bureau  of Statistics was higher by ?2,34fl,253,  or 43,3 per cemt, than it.;;-'tlite;;prooe(l-  iaig,month nnd by $689,008. oa* 9 pea  cent, than hi February flast year ;r tho  total stood at. $7,778,552 durlaag' tlae  month under revriewv  iNpva Scotia; New Bri?iu.swlciU. Qiito-  bec, Ontario, \Ianitoba nnd Saskateli-  ewian imported Increases' In value icaf'T  permits issued as conaparod with  January, 1927. while in Alberta and  il.C,. there wore comparatively sniail'J  decreases.  Medals For Good Drivers  Safety    First ��������� Association    in    Britain  Gives Award to  Careful  Motoirasts  Sihrer medals,    and    perhaps,   gold,  are' to be' awarded to .motorists  throughout Great Britain for aeareful  driving. Tlae competition is open to  all drivers of any class of road  vehicle employed by members or subscribers to the National Safety First,  Association. A sltvc-r , medal is.  awarded to every driver who com-!  pletcs five consecutive years free from  new blood goes to. every paa-t of the  body and quicl< Iy improves tlie 'ken-  eral health, 'i'he digestion: is toned  up, and 3'ou have better appetite, the-  nerves are st.reugthened and sleep is  refresliing. The special value of Di%  Williams' Pink Pills sit. this..season. i������  shown by the js tatenient of ISars.  Elizabeth Clarke, I..R. No> ?1- Ilast-  ings, Ont., "who says:��������� "I know fl>r.  Williams' Pink Pills are a, great  blood builder, because I use.'thetat in  the spring, when one natura.l3y feels  i-un-down jafter our long winter, t-ast  ���������spring I was i'eelihg weak and easily  tired, and again used the pills with  the result that  I 'havo"had  splendid  blameworthv accidents. At the end oil healtlf si"<f*    '^������ ,Pil]������ ������������������*}?* restored  ., . ���������, jray daughter, Alae, who was badly  each year irec^ from accident each =: raa.tlown# and seemed alanost blood-  driver gets a diploma,    ft is pBannod [ ic-5;S.    gilo llsed the pills faithfully for-  a time aaad has since enjoyed the best  of health. Naturally I never hesitate  .io reconmiend Dr. Williams' ���������Pi nlc  Pills to people who are run-down."  You can get these pills through any  dealer in medicine, or by mail at 50  cents a box trom The Dr. Williams"  Medicine Co., UrocUville, Out,  to award a gold medallion, to those  who go i.eai consecutive years frcr of  bhimtrwortiiy accident.  Little Helps For This Week  Hold Book Upside Down  Lull liitniled In evoayllting o\<*eH  H*-'W.lJiiJf, Nolllu A|.ip:i, a 13 y<uir-o,Ui  Kii'l of ('Joli'onl, iOia.ylniid, \a citlUul iJtai  i'ni.vsl.i'1'y girl" bt'caiase she renalK ji  tiooli bold upi-ildi-'-' flown and vviifriK  Ijucli-vvat'd uitlcsH dii'*Mjl.nit by .hok'  li-ifiu'ir. HIh' Ic ]M*rfoctly ssoru.a.  |jh,V'Hh.'ally batl Is In H������kh().*i wllb rbll-  i (Ircti ol   11.  PIMPLES OVER  FACE AND ������S  Irriiation Caused Scratching,  Healed by Cuticura.  "I had plmplea all over my.t_.ee  anal bandii. The pimpl������n we-rn nimiall  and festered, and the iriltntiou  caused mo to sprntch. Scratchinc  caused eruptions, aaad 1 could not  real or sleep eithei' day ���������or night,  "I used several rem������cllo������ but fcot  no relief. I read an advertisement  for Cuticura Soap and Ointment and  tient for a free sample, : After uniiaag  it three day������ I Rot relief no naarr  chaaed more, and wllhtn a monLb  _ wao completely bealeil/" (Signed)  Ml.a Adelaide Thomas* 45 Hohaaec  Ave,, Kitchener, Ont,  Use Cuticura Soap dally for the  toilet, ujcislHted by Cuticura Ointment when required, and have a  clear, fresh complexion, free from  plmplew mid blaaackheads.  lie strong, jmd quit yourselves like  men.���������I" S;im, lv. J>.  Oh, this battle-Held vast of'tho world,  This trample aitad rush of the foe,  Thin gauge that,  rorover is hurlfld,  f hits, ceaseless roooil of tlae Wow.  This stringent comniaud of the  King,  IVocIaained     through    ITIs,.    annn-  ments wide,  That none of His soldiers-.shaH  fliing  Thoir armor one moment. iisULe.  ( ���������Margaret, ,1", Preston.  Life Is not victory, but battle. PIglu  on, fight oaa! The perfect character  shall come at. iast, Whatt will if. be to  lifght tio more? tSluill wi^ then .forgot  tho bill ties? Shall w<������ Hum foa-g������cl our  xlaas? Why should wai? Jfated, .'c-  noauicpd, subdued, let Iheaat hiaug ot't  the wnlls of memory like tlie shielda  of vanrjyulshed caiomlos. Ho ontflenl. a  Utile longer. By aaid by in our bus heel  and wailing chambers, ouch In his  turn we shall hear the sunset j?un,  ���������n. ilitchwclc.  Canada's Timberlarid  Of the total area'of Outuidn'. 1.20U.-  000 square miles (tipproxlniataly one-  quarter ol the whole) is. i'oretjt, hind.  luoasi than half of this carries timber  of nusrchnutablo stzo (6 Indies in  diameter) at the preseut lime, anal  only about ono-quarter carries saw  ltiatej'bil. (E0 inches  Iaa diameter).  A Blessing to People  of Advanced Years  /Gin Pills .relieve sufferer*  from kidney and bladder  trouble  -*t-l>l������ lu. ������r*# -T litftii.   Ad>ln  m i:������n������ill������ti  pat loan, M������mp  I>������p������tl    "li'tM.ll.Hwav IW , UU������       . .  st:,-,. oUtM+mt aut .ml m>������. Tua^w, n-r..  sm^mmmmW*mm.  #rr������   .w������,    -,    ,.     ������������������..     ,-*,    .,*#���������.*   i     *���������****.  l^"-^ TU^Hi*Jivi������>< *���������    t*#mA-������-'**4m   iw-HMlVH    WttVp  ''111' ��������� I HI >|i>__--W>l-WI������%_.I^M-m<NpBII-_IS_M^^  I  rVV.    .N,    ii.  IUM  Oxford Dictionary Neara Cornpletiora  Coulailnliig -100,000 words", tho O-v  ford Dlcl.loamry In lo appour tie.va  >onr. 'I'tvelre inTaprV* liavo boMi con  Hl.aully nt work on tlto edit ion shire  it was started lav .1883( mud boPoiMs it  in laaucd 5250,000 tvlU havo bt'cu  si'OtM. "tan If iilajiiny l!!<- IG .ai.-acs ul  pri'iiuralfoii.  ��������� IVoptiratlotttt tare IbeliiR itiiide liy the  Brll.lHh Air Forc<������ rum* ra. I rip Jiroiltari  aha* world urvvt feprlaiK.  flu** rop������'M- of an organ in in \u*t������  gluaa fJaurcla aro niadc eJilholy of j.m-  pev.    Kotti-piip������;'i', of c.'oiu.'*������-.  For  dlaatempoi-���������Mlnard'ta   Ulnkruient.  "I wonder IC yoai renlly lcnowwhf-t  a Llonstnir Gin PUl.i car* to' people of  luh'tuiudd yciiam. ,  "1 una 72 ytaurti of mure, nnal i������urY*sretl  -foi' a comsliIeraMo timo vvitli 1-Jilney nntl  blnddcM* trouble. My reat1 wain l������-oleen  a.laaowirli lmviJiir to ud ua> In Ui������ aaitflit  tlireo niid tant timefl. I������nlei* I iiaiWercdl  vlUt i>;������Jia!i In th<>. lil-j.0<Uir, mml my  non. wht> had Hand CSiit Plllit for pain*  in tin; liavk jind luniliatrn, liuii(.tit ma  si liovt, StcCoro I hud Jliij.-ilictl il I w*������  ri'llcvoil ������t the xuihin in mj" blmdtJer  nnd lined to _ro. aiji laaai .rorjitetiitt)/. At  amy nun T ovn x^JU'trftly expcul la������ km  j)fiTm_i>piil!y fr*><? fmara troiaWtf. nt  thin Id rid, l>ut if <;;ai 1'ill.i mIU |i*v������  iithm'n *>������** ri������Ua>. tliey linvo irlw>e������) Wta,  tliey w.ll ht> ������, Mcurtlaiur liniircd,"  (Nnuxvan TMiweni. >'  Prompt and ln������tlnfj rallet. hft������  been found in Gin X*iUs hy fchouta-  nndu of people of advapc������<l yeaa-n  who laaavo hn<l kialnoy or bin drier  trouble. If overt Hlijjlitly fct'oubktl  irf this tvny, {yet a. box Unlay t\t  your <li-'UKfiriat'rt ��������� fiOo. Nantlonwl  I>ruK &t Clumttctal Cumtjv.may <*f  Capnda, Limited, Toronto, Cnaaaala, r #������*m:~:f*rt*i^*Cii^.ixa,._������A3.i*jrt.t������;  THE  CRESTON   REVIEW  viskw i ������uaa*������ BBt-_iWr.ar-.aiv  l������_n������.'eveary Friday at Oreston. JB.C  StabscripUon : ������2.50 a year ia advance  S3.G������ to U.S. points.  C P. H-i^res. Editor and Owner,  CRESTOH.  B.C.. FRIDAY, APB.   8  Winter Spray  " Now that the pruning ia practically oyee the  time   approaches for  applyiheihe winter spray, if need  ed, to control such pests ap blister  mite on pears  and apples,  or arty  of the scale insects of which oyster  shell is the one commonly  found in  this district.    Also   to  control the  mildew   on   gooseberries,   leaf curl  ou peaches and e^gs of various insects that are deposited  in  the fall  hibernate in such form attache i to  the twigs and  limbs of fruit trees.  The strength of lime and sulphur  winter  spray   may   vary a    little,  depending on which pest  control is  sought.    For blister mite it is gen  eraliy  diluted   one   to   fifteen,  aaad  for the other pests mentioned on to  nine.  The leaf roller   at  present is nob  numerous bait is   present  in every  part of the district* and if growers  would isichade  arsenate of  lead in  the early tuitak spray for apple scab  it would help to   prevent the pest  from becoming   ummerous     Wlien  very   very   troublesome   the   only  means  of   practical   control  is   by  applying a winter spray of miscible  oil,   one galloaa   to   11| gallons   of  water, or an eight   per  cent, emulsion.    It is applied at this time of  year, during the  dormant  stage of  "tree and is   an   expensive   spray in  this country.  Further, where any winter iaajury  is noticed on the trunk of the tree���������  generally on the soiathwest side  where the afternoon, sun warms aap  the bark, and it is effected by the  frost sooia after the sun sets���������it is  considered good policy to sever it  "with a knife, even cutting out a  thin strip, and if the bark has a  tendency to curl or appears loose,  tack the edges to the wood by  means of small tacks. C.B.T.  ta, to r������ side, after living hers* for the  past four years, are at Canyon visiting  relatives before ruOviuj* to their oevv  home on Wednesday. "-We regret very  much to lose them us they were good  neighbors and citizens.. Her**"s wishing them the beat of luck.  Onser Gerons made & business trip  to Oreston on Monday. He has just  purchased Jim Soma's Ford car;  Geo. Davie of Canyon was here on  business on Saturday, coming in by  auto. Dr. Henderson of Creston was  here on a professional call on Monday.  H. McCreath of Creston was a business caller Monday.  Mrs. B. Johnscn and son, Robert,  returned on Monday from Spokane,  where they have  been  holidaying*for  two  weeks. ��������� ���������  Mrs. Albert Ragotte: who haa been  iu the hospital at Cranbrook for more  than a month, arrived home on Monday,  Fritz Molaaader, who is working at  Sirdar at present on a C.P.R. telega aph crew, spent Sunday at has home  here.  Alphonse LaPage and Pat Marataer  ui-e at work puttaaig an a new- floor in  the Kitchener arxuiei.  Grade 5���������Bessie McDougall. Grnd������������ 4���������  Betty Smith. Grade 8���������Arthur Constable. Grade 2���������Geoffrey Constable.  Grade 1���������Hazel Miller. Perfect attendance���������Harry Mather, Ethel Mather,  Bisie Mather, Hazel Miiier, Betty Oa-  fcransfcy. Bet.  "j  Smith, Gordon Smith.  Fob SA___5-^-Chevrolet touring car iu  good condition; $350, Also tbgee lots  next Church of England, and ?4~roon.  cottage with two lots. - For terms  apply Mrs. W* K. Eiown.  B'ob tSAi^E���������Touring car, good as  new, snap.    Enquire Review.  _         i  Fob Sale���������Van ������an ana farson  Beauty strawberry^ptaunts, no weevil,  $3 per IGuo.    Wvod uevvle. Oreston.  Fob Sai������~5���������-Tayo milk and butter  cows, one just fresh and the other will  freshen in? June. Also few ������acks of  potatoes.   Angus Cameron,  Erickson.  We are' how booking orders for  Tomatoes, Cabbages. Cauliflower, Celery and assorted flower plants for  spring jplanting. Place your orders  early.    Cook's Greenhouse, Cresion.  WIFE TAKES VfflQL  M- BAs&Arlkm-m* M'MAyULM  *��������� V xrw  "I was weak and bad'no strength.  Since taking Vsssol, I feel Sue now  and do any work again ."~Mrs. G.  Bairn sbe rarer. JL'he very FIRST week  you take" Vinol. you begin to feel  stronger.'eat and sleep better Vino!  is a simple, sta eng then ing iron and cod  liver compound in use for over 25  years by weak, nervous women, rundown men and sickly children. Creston  Drug & Book Store. - '-  *W������il&B8&S3������gm  Mrs. 33. M-Grrmega!, who has restated  the Tourist restaurant, Benaaett Ave.,  ruoved into her new quurters on Monday. She is putting the place iu shape  and will" be ready to welcome patrons  very shortly.  H. Boben and Carl Liruibiooni are  home with th������-ir famiies at pa-esent,  afte*r working for the winter with  Ptatiaian Palmer & Staples, whose mill  has shut down. ���������  Mr. and Mrs. Dan Laioux, the  Wheelbarrow globe tourists, pushing  a wheelbarrow, gave a lecture in  Hunt's Hall on Munday evening last,  giving an account of their travels,  leaviug the next daiy for Creston.  They had a fair turnout at their  entertainment.  The whist and dance in Hunt's Hall  on Saturday night was quite a success. There was a large turnout from  Creston. Those winning at cards  were Mrs, G. A. Hunt and Clarence  Devlin, while the consolation honors  went to Mrs. Howard and Richard-  Joyce. The dance music was by Mrs.  W. Arb, piano; and Liewis Simpson,  violin.  Richard Molander had a birthday  party at his home on Saturday at  which he entertained quite a company  of boy friends. Games were played  and a dainty inaich served. The invited guests were Clarence and Selmer  Anderson, John and Henry Nelson,  Douglas- and Raymond McKee, .lack  and Joe Langlois. This was his eleventh anniversary and the guests nil  wish hitia many happy returns of the  day.  Jack Hutchinson and and Geo.  Betus left on Wednesday for prairie  points.  G. Johnson and R. Wahnsley Creston were business callers on Friday.  Atf, Speaker of Erickson was another  business caller���������on Wednesday.  Will Wickholm  of Cnnyon  arrived   blooms were picked on Friday last.  on  Friday and has started work on  ihe O.P-fl. section,   and  will  be here  all 8ticanter.  Alice &Vdin@  Alice Siding is again the early point  for Easter liUies.    The first of the 192?  Miss Mjary Bush,Creston,was calling  on friends here on Sunday, returning  the same day. Mrs, E. Payne of  Creston is a visitor here nt the M/flund  home, where she as nurso-an-char*_'e.  Rev. J. Herdmanp United Church  pastor, Oreston, took the usual service  in the cchoolhouse on Wednesday.  Miss Olga Nelson of Cranbrook,  spent the weekend with her parents,  Mr. and Mrn, Chas, Kelson.  Mr. and Mrs, L. Mobeap; and Otto  Johnson of Canyon, were between  trains callers on Sunday.  EUvood Meritt spent Sunday and  Monday on n vistft with friends iat  Creston, Mr. and MrB. Walter Wal  by of Creston spent the weekend at  Kitche-neav and were guests at the  whist oaa Bnittrday nifjlat.  B.ita'EC-On March 31bU to Mr, and  Mrn Dotaglias McKee, a daughter. To  Mr. an.fl Mrs. Lelnnel Moland, a clamp-later, oev March Slat.  Miirr*iil Senesael, a-Lewls Simpson and  Win, Aarli made n flying trip to Ores-  ton on business Friday. Lewie Anderson and Okanalo Simpson were at  Creston on Saturday,  Zctiotit Geroiax paid at vlutt to his  daughter nnd son-in-law Mr. and Mrs.  M. fit, at)<H������li<i at Moylo IhhU week, rw-  Lur.iicvK on BianahLy.  Mr, wind Mm, Andy Alai'iilatirritmn  iMiidi1 a liMhin,������-HH raSm t,n Crtttaton nl, the;  wci^kmiiil, returninis on Sttndny.  Mr, nn������cl MrH. Ktrong, and family,  who na*������ Iw-vtug for Lcthhrldgts Alhcr-  Dack Smith is busy with stump  blowing operations, and as planning to  clear at least  three acres this sprang,  Ron. Stewart was a visitor with  Nelson friends a few days last week,  returning on Saturday.  Fred Taaylor is a visitor at his home  here at present. Tom Anderson was  down froaaa the mine for the weekend,  L. Rhodes, who has been employed as  scaler at the Putnam, Palmer & Stup-  les mill at Goat River Crossing, is  home again.  W. A. Pease made the rounds of  Alice Siding district a few days ago  getting signatures to a petition asking  for the establishment of a rural mail  delivery. Everyone slgued readily,  and are hoping something will come  of it.  Mia. JW. H. lleod was Thursday  afternoon's hostess tc the local 1-uly  church worker.!. Miar. Morgan's ad-  da'ess on this occasion was on ''Church  Work," and to mandolin accompaniment Miss Gi-orgo led the singing of  rovlval hymns. The half hour of sncln  bllity at the close was much enjoyed.  Mi'H. Hiigh/XVa-ylor was at homo lo  quite a company of Alice Siding young  people on Wt'diauHiiay evening lu.utv  guinea and dancing being tho fcatatros  of the affair, for which the music was  by Miss Helen Moore, piano, and lion.  Smith, violin. An excellent lunch  warn provided, and a real good time  had by all.  Principal  Mart-lot  of  Alice  Siding  Mjhia>l Mi|k>.'U. .'ii* avairagi; :_bt"oaid;i.������-crs  of HO.StU for March, with the following  making hlghCHt standinfg������: Grade 7���������  Fred Taylor.    Orach" 0���������Jessie Parkin.  ^T. EATON   C^areo  WINNIPEG . CANADA  chase of piano or organ-���������3or any or  all of these there Is a "booklet or  folder -which may be had free for the  asking. Keep them at hand for your.  guiCan.ee In purchasing; they ���������wilt,  save, you time ar\d money.  Write for the Book or Books You  Require.  THEY ARE FREE ON  REOLSEST  Stand  for   QUALITY  and  FIT  combined  with good WEARING QUALI#IE_*  Penman's Hosiery for Women  Silk and Lisle, all colors.....       .75  Silk and Artsilk, 4-ply heel and toe ..;... 95  Fine Silk, all colors     1-50  Girls' Hose in Kewpie Fine Rib  Sizes 4 to 9JS prices 35c, tip  Boys* Peter Pan, for hard wear, all sizes  Watson's Underwear for Women  Ladies" Vests, V neck and opon styles, all sizes 30/40, 50> 00, 75c?  Extra out sizes in Vests and Combinations.  J  C_aar% P-* _#*%  jjjp ^^ ^^  R4Mr| m ui ii rottw  Tggff gg   __B ju   B  LIM TED  PBk 1lB1_#  Aria  msmssm THE  CRESTOH  RSTISW  SHEEP FOR SALS  Shropshire and Dorset ewes that  wil .Shave two lam be each. 335 for two  wheep and four tu-ubsi. Parties wanting  two or aaore sheep should order now  as eaistouaet-P will, be supplied as pood  as lambs arrive.    J. DAVIS, Creston.  Attention is called to the following  Notice which hae been advertised for  the Cranbrook Grazing District:  Notice ia hereby given in -accordance with,  the provisions of Section 4a of the Grazing Act  Amendment Act, being. Chapter 14 of tbe Statutes of British Columbia, 1825; that ail horses,  branded'or unhranded/asid owned, or claimed  by any person or persons must bo removed  from tbe Cro-wn ftaisj-jea of the Cranbrook  Grazing District on or before _Slaroh-28tb, 1827.  and most not be returned! to. the eaid Crown  ranges except under grazing -permit issued in  accordance with .the; provisions of tbe Grazing:  Act, beta������ Chapter 100, R.8.B.0.1924, Stallions  are not , allotted tapon J open ranges, either  Crowa or private, at any period' of the year.  Local sind Personal  At the annual meeting ot Oreston  Ladies' Conservative Chsfa on Thursday afternoon last Mrs. F. H. Jackson  was re-elected president, and Mrs  Cherrington was again chosen secret-  n.������ jr   o*. a/i*_r   *U*u__*������  .. AJ_i    ____rK *  -v__u.    ������������_���������������,__������������������������__>    ���������ou.-atgr  -**-���������__���������*_������ u������"7__-     tyax-Cbu    *���������__    *wr\ipJU4,nucfi_nr_i*q  with Section 18a of Chapter'3, Animal's Act  Amendment Act, 1925, assy horsea In _*eespass on  <3-fo-5?3la2ds������s the Creston. Flats &?e Sfahla to  destruction.  -  ���������  THoa f. Mackenzie,  Commissioner of Grazing.  Dated at Creston, March 29, 1927.  w ir_u -ne  Creston loses its issaier marriage  licenses. Tbe work has been turned  over to provincial police H. Mcl_aren.  whose appiontnesent will likely be  gazetted in a fewxdays.  Cash collections at the provincial  police last month were on the light  side, running to about $310, Foil tax  collections of $190 were the feature  intake. Only $-37 worth of motor  licenses were taken but. ~  All bandsmen are asked to attend a  meeting to be held at the Rod and  Gun Chsb hast on Monday night for  the pass-pose of forming a band to play  ai, the Confederation Jubilee celebration at Creston, July Sat.  Ploughing and cultivating operations have been under way at the  school   grounds   the   past   few   days  getting the ' land in shape for tree  planting^and other features of -school  grounds be.autification.  Trinity United Church Ladies* Aid  resi-inu of the 53������riier sale ot cooking,  candy and sawing* which will be held  in tbe churoh basement on Saturday  afternoon. April iSth. Afternoon tea  and refreshments will he served.  April meeting of Creston Board of  trade will be held on Tuesday night*  12th. at 8 o'clock. All members should  be out as pre.ru.nary aarrangesaessts  will be made, for the Confederation  Diamond Jubilee celebration at Cres-  on July 1st.  Mrs.. D. Hi. -;Linn and daughter,  Evelyn, who have been visiting at  Leth bridge,-Albert a, and Vancouver*  for the past year, arrived in Crestosi  at the first of j the week, and are  guests of' Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Robinson at present;  C. Davis, customs officer at Rykerts  {Foriii...} whs a. business visitor in  town on Saturday, being about the  first- to nsake the ts-lp to Oreston frrons  that' point by .'auto this year. Records kept in" the -office at that point  show that 2500 U.S. antos entered and  left Canada via Porthili in 1026.  r  I  Roadster and Touring���������$ 867  Coach  B    Alt aw**  ������ r  __.JL'������WJB>J-.  ni  & s.  J-. __^v ���������.���������.-.   c_-<m.Sa������tfS  ������aB*������=a^,������an    _*_<_������������s   *7SS?F  pLi SOj '"VVCs SllggcSt yO������ Oaair_ry  S3. ___fW8,-__p_T  'of Oredjt-; It is the isa-osi saiasi&ciory  lor-sigta currencies*   It acts as an in.--  troductiosi to bankers in all parts of  the world; and then- your l-inds are  drawn from your, own Bank oaly as.  you draw on the .Letteir ������������ CSredit. 30  IMPERIAL   BANK  "vtaO-I  ��������� ������������������__*__  C. W. AIXAN,  '   OF ���������V__N-*%-D_t"__  CRESTON BRANCH,  Manage?.  uo JNot i^ose interest  taei'shtp bsi^vssu  A. C:  issifiTsr?!  ,i.������n!l   K?o   uy  'savisbgs.  MBa.ccy.uu.g  cepes-t  Sedais "���������"* ���������*   Landau Sedan   -a  ���������������  ������ai    _a  11 1*1  -   1  OOyS    ������   A "ffc    B*������     ^  jL^-vra-uSs^r ___#������aIV-cry ���������   Includes Bumper, Sparse Tire, Motormeter.  One-Ton Truck-  AM kinds oi  Used    ���������    823  >rs  For Sale  qt:j"-  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER   A.    MAXWELL  SSRViCS: OPS AS^YTHStraG OPERATED BY C.ASOUS-B  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  MtSAT MtSRCHANTS  |TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  nil varieties.   '  Choicest BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS9 IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  Increases egg production and produces better poultry,    Baay the best.  son, H. A., an the Creston Dairy, was  dissolved, and the latter is. now owner  of the business throaighmat. The latter isi planning extensive tmprave-  tnents in the business, and at the first  of May as putting milk on the summer  price basis.  As will be seen by notice elsewhere  a meeting of the independent shippers  in this section is called-for Saturday  afSernoon, 9th, an Speers' Hall, when  a new system of anaarketing aii products through retail stores will be submitted. Alf/ Nelson, of Creston Ta!  ley   Produce    Company,   will   be  in  There was quite a rush io get names  on the voters "list at the end of the  week, and the list for 1927 should show  well over 2300 names. The largest  addition was frona Canyoai City where  almost 40 names were added. A court  of reveisaon will be h������ld at the middle  of May oo which date a last oppor-1  tunaty will he given to register. I  W. H. Puckett. field amanagex for  M������rrisou-Krt������dest������is Cocupany, Boise,  Idaho, with .the firm's engineer, Q.  McGeej Mr. ^ETrufce of the bond department,'and Mr. Joslyn, the firm's  treasurer, -were"* Creinton visitors on  Saturday evening, and had a long  session with the directors of Creston  Reclamation .Company, Limited.  Morrison-Kndesen are now at work on  a dyking contract between Porthili  and Copelandfj/Ihaho, and Int-t year  dyked 40GG Acres -jst Porthili in what is  known of District No. 8. They had a  look over the No. 1  unit: of the local  TF you acannot visit us persotially,  send your deposits by mail. Have  ft__.es ssatas^actaoss^-cif _c_icwi3jg ������^>g������ youar  money is safely protected and is  easming interest regularly*  THE ^AN^I^J BANK  m  ~ Vond $2Q,GG0&GG  Creston Bxaach  D. T. Scrinageour, Manager  company and are an  the   field  for the  contract of dyking the Creston area.  L8&M anti He&vy  \*m.       mf%\m*mmmM^m.  me*  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  [connection  Au SSSfimimS6im9@MS  Shoe and Harness Repairing  An   audience   that   half   filled   the  Grand theatre   was   in   eveidence on  Sunday afternoon for the public meeting an aid  of  the B.C.  Branch of the  Canadian    Si bis   Society,   ������t     which  appropriate addresses were given by  Pastors Daly,   Herdman and  Newby.  with D.  T.  Scrimgeonr,  treasurer   of  the Creston branch society, presiding  and A. A. J.   Col lis officiating   at the  piano.   The     freewill     offering    was  about $25. pa-actacally all- of. which w������U |  go to the society as Ma onager Sod gers j  very kindly gave  the theatre free of  'charge. ' -\  Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gibbs and family  got away on Sunday' for their new  home at Pentictioia, where Mr. Gibbs  has t������ ken a working partnership in a  cold storage warehoaase in the town.  In his removal the town will miss a  familiar figure and useful citizen, aa  Mr. Gibbs has been resident here for  at learst eighteen years, practically of  which time he was assistant postuiast  er. He was one of the original village  coannai&sioners and took a prominent  part in the community life generally.  Before her departaare Mrs. Gibbs was  geaest of honor nt a number of social  functions. The family have the best  ���������wiflbea of all for naiocess in their hew  home.  Daie to the   government   telephone  system selling Its lines and business in  fSTeison-Rossiand-Siocan-jSelsoa areas  to the B.C. Telephone Company,  effective the first of April, lanemat.  Crosby, previously in ���������;marge of the  lines just sold, has claimed bis seniority rights with the result that Dolf  Weir, who has for the prist five years  had charge of the line" between Proctor and Yahk, has laid off.  MINERAL. ACT  FORM F  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  TENDERS   FOR WOODEN   HUH*,   ETC.,  FOR URICDOE ,4P.W.D. ARROW I.AK-.8"  SEALED TENDERS oMroflaod to tho uaidor-  atffnod and ondornocl '{Tcmlpr for the Coiini>������c-  Klondihe No. 1 Fractional Mineral  Claim, situate in the Nelson Mining  Division of Kootenay District.  Whoro located r Near Ymlr, -J.O.J adjoining  tho Yankee Girt.    TAKE NOTICE that I, A. H. Groon, acting  aniagont tor William Thomiw MeDdwall, of  Yinir. B.O., Frroo Minor's Oortlftoato No. mllGo.  lntond, Blxty days from tho dato horoof, to  apply to tho Minim? Roconlor for a Oortlaloato  of ImprovomontH. for tho piarawiao of obtaining  a Crown Grant of tho abovo claim.  And further tnko notloo that action, under  Section 8& must bo commoncod boforo tho Laeu-  anco of auoh Oortlfloato of Iipprovoincnte.  Datoil tlila 0th day ot Aaa_fuat, VM3.n���������������������������  A. H. OREICN.  iS THE LATEST OFMADBO  irBiiirriiniT- *������m^*^,^mmmmmm*m*+������Hmtmvmim~~*i*mm*m*m^m**>mmm*mmmmm!^^ Plt_-trw<---_-aaM--W-WM*^������_--*r-----������r)W--_������  Installed in Console Cabinet made  by McLagan.  Cannot hm surpassed bv anvthinw in Radio.  Lower prices and can jgivo cy*8y torma. Will be pleased  to  have' you  call  m  and near our machine any  evening.    Everything in Radio* Batteries.  tltia ot i, "VVot-alcii   Hull.  Ilomtilaajj,  Drcdgo PtW.D. Arrow Laacoa." will a>o rocolvo<l  npaolajj, ������j.tc,  for  IKO i*. w. u. Arrow irfiacoa." will i>o rooolvod  atthhioflloo until 12 o'clock noon, FRIDAY.  APRIL 22,102*/, for tho conatruoUon and dollv  ory at NakuBp. n.O.. of a wpojlon hull, honalnfr.  etc, for tlao Drodraro "P.W.D. Arrow Lakeo?1  tho Donartmont furnlahuift; froo of charge all  matorlitld culorlnif Into tho eonutructlou-  Plana, rapoollloatlon, and formu of tender can  bo obtained at thin Department and oan bo noon  at tho olHco*i of tho Moohanloal Superintendent  .~       ...    . ^... ^ .    .  rCllKU "          " "  WiMitsmilriBto!-, B.C.*-.  of Drodraroa. Hantor BulUUnar, Ottawa., Ontario;  tho DlMlflct Eaijjlneeitii,, Noluon, B.C., tuid Now  H |������.|| a  y f a f% J| g|   ft -A jj.  t^L^^mf     ^^.������i^*        murttr*/        i^.'     a_Ma'   Ismt    ^^*d  ^^mWmw^Lmr       ^^R^^^H j^���������^m        sWW'      ___.    ^D     ^^9  ���������**8ja>arS if at. t_ -aaa itf __ *ts0m  %vmtmmmmim0mammma  J  Tonjiom wlil not bo oonultleraxl uraleMH inadu  i tho print**! foi    ���������.iont anal In ace<  oontained thoroln.  MINERAL AGT  FORM f  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICB  _., -..���������.....  taertxa unie������H ii  on tho print**! formal mappllod by tho Dcpart-  naont anal In accordx������nco with tho condlllaiiti  BoptiMl ohoquo on a ������hartorod bank, payable to  the order of tho Minister of Public Woden.  j<iual !x> ]0 per eonb. of tho amount of tho ten.  der, Bondo of the Dominion of Ontioda, or  bondo of tho Canadian National Railway Ci  Eaoh tenalor inaiiat, ho oooompanlod by an aoi  eopf" " "~"      " '--��������� *- "       "   '  the  eauallx  B<_        _   ._....    , Jaa.'  pany will al������o bo aooonted an aoourtty.or bondn  und i- ubuquo if roijaUtMl to iiiuvke mi> uti odd  amount.    ���������  Ely order,       .    .  Doparthient of Pi-hlla Wark������,  Ottawa. Maroh It). Ut������i.  Mldnfaht JFVaetiasicsl Aftneral Claim,  situate In the Nelson Mining Division  of Kootenay District.  Whoro located: On .-.hoop Oro*k, adjolnlnrfr tho  Qiaoon Mtno a^rovip.  TAKE NOTMJIC that I, A. If. Grfon, .ictlnjf m  font for Mloliael Murj "  iner'a Oortlaloato  tl     "  >ANOACTAKP.NOMr.N^  PRE-EMPTIONS  Va-u*j*-_ntV unresearved, towveye-l v  Crcwa loads may fee pre-esapte.! fey  British subjects over 18 yearn of a������re,  ind by aliens on declaiintrp Intention  -.o become Britial. aubjeots, condl>  ciosiu upos *f<ssiuence, vOC-axjpa.K.-onp  md improvomont for arsricultasral  purposes.  Pull Information concerning- *re**ru-  atlona regrardins pre-emptions Is  grivon in Bullatin No. 1, I-and Series,  'How to Fi-e-empt Xjand," copies Of  which can bo obtained free of charge  i>y addreBslasr tho Departme-at of  Lands. Victoria, B.O^ or to any Qov-  c-riiBaoGt  AS-ut,  Records will be granted coveiintc  unly land ouitable for aerlcultural  purposes, and which ia not timber-  land, i.e., carrylnu over 6,000 board  feet per taoro -crest of the Coatat X.&ne������'  and. 8,000 feet par s.cs*e east of thae  Ranrffe.  Applications for pre-emptions are  :o be addressed fro tho X_and Coaaa-  nlBiaiiosier oaf the I_and Recording Di-  /islon, In which tho land applied for  Is situated, and -remade on printed  Lorms. copies of -which can. o* obtained from the I_and Commiasioner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five -rerjura and l*conrove*monta -made  to value of JJ10 por aero, including  clearinir and oultivatlnsr at least five  acres, before a Crown Or_mt can be  received.  For more detailed l*afoi**ma_.on see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  Zjand.**  ���������       PURCHASE ���������  Applications are received for pur  chase of vaaucaiat and -unreserved  Crown lands, not being tlmberland,  for at_*rlcul.ural purposes; minimum  price of t-rat-class (arable) land is $6  per acre, _u_d soooiad-class (g-razlnarr)  land $X.&0 per acre. Further information regarding- purchase or lease  of Grown lands Is given in Bulletin  No. 10, land Series, "Purchase and  Leaso of Crown Lands."  Mill, factory, or industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchased oar-leased, tho conditions including payment of  sturmpake.  HOMESITE   LEASES .  Unsurveyed areas, not exooedlnrz SO  acres, may be leased as honaesitea,  conditional upon" a dwelling belnit  created In tho first year, title being  obtainable after residence and Improvement conditions aro fulfilled  and land has been surveyed.  LEASES  For grafting and industrial pur*  poses areas not exceeding* 1(40 acre-  may be leased by one person or  _  comtmny.  iat I, A, If. Green.acting as  urphy, of lCi_nlo. H.O., Froo  No, 8!7<Mo, intend, ���������fJxty  lugont for  Mlnec'a .<  dftyu from tlao dato herool  "Mining lleoordor for nOortifl&ato   .  mciiUi for Uio a>m-jH>sio of obtiiaiiiiiu-  to  tho  irovo-  rowu  [innrovo.  ttCi  Orant of tho above claim.  n Arid, fm-fchor talco notloo that; action, under  anno of umiti Oertl^leaUi of Iintoravnnionts,  Da1������d Uils iat day of Ifobtuoiy, 1027.  uiury, ]  A.M.  UHKBN.  ORAZItNia  Under the Orasrlng Act the Prov.  tno������ is divide* Hr*ia> irr&rtlug dlstrlc-U  and the range admlnttstered under *i  Graslng -t Commissioner. Annual  trraslng permits are Isaued based on  numbers ratuaged, priority being given  to nntnbllnliod owners. aUtock^owncrti  may form associations for rang������  mann.ffemeata.t, SVse. or partially free.  iMiru.'iui tun -,y������i.i44tue .or settiarn.  campers and travellers, up to ten  ���������aead. ---������������������'������������������  THE    kE VIEW,    CRESTON,    B.    C.  RED   ROSE  ORANGE  PEKOE  is  the  *'best tea you can buy^-^-picked when only  jfchree days old���������juicy, flavor-filled leaves.  Nov/ packed in Aluminum,  Co���������Operation  WlltS yv- --*-  1, > ������i ������I.-������ **���������!������1 a f a������>  i.-.  nu*i   vCi U -.jft"  May f rolnnc- \Jfet St*-at\ 1  Pennsylvania   Doctor   Has  Announced;  Discovery of Valuable Serum j  The span of htiarmn life may bo)  prolonged 25?ycars or anore by a new' \  majreaary coa-npohiid called Mot'aphen, j  according to Br. George Ben.iaanhi i  Ruiica.-.li, iai-oieasot- of ehuiiiOLheraiiy at j  Lho Ifim;orsity pi' .-Pcayai-ylvjinhi grail- j  laate school of medieJ tie, disnovea-or!  ot" the suriani. In do^e.ril>in������ the new- j  compound, J>r. UaixjKh s;ahl :il win* tho j  sH'ongost antiseptic and tlao ..-latost. j  powerful orgjvnle. eosa_pon ud ita clioiu  islry. Hi; stxiii ho hoped to develop  an'eliip'lieia :is a posaiblo cure J'or j  tnbeicaalo.vds, IniluenV.t and septa-;  conalu. |  A  life   spun   ol*    one    hundred - and  twenty-five   year.-*,   aaad   old   use   of   a  lew numahs instead of many years are  aaiioaag    tlao    failure    g5j������*-sibiHtaes   das  cussed by Da-. Stigi*  Voionoi'i,  Lho cud-  Health, yi3rGlcen~L>^^  Now \^H*Wo_i B_.elc 82 IBs*  ���������>tta\va tnercKaiit, formerly city officerytvfndown hy  kidney trouble. Wasted from 20tto^3S lbs*  HCanlac restored rohtist health; notv  .. weighs 217 lbs* and feels;jme   , 0;V..,y-?~:-Vf'':  a>ff w  town  Jl.   -Motherwell,   now   1'ominion   Minister   ol   Acric-ultine,   aaaet   iii   tlie j nont speeUilist   in    gland    operations.  of    India n    Head  i ad    organised    tho    Territorial    Graiaif    Growers."  Association,   the^ plan   of   applyinp:    tlu-   piiuoipjos- ot"   co-one'ration.   to   the  jspfaillon of problems  peculiar  to  the- West has   fou id inereasinK iuvoc Avilb  bpth   people  and g,overu������vouis  until   today   it  has  ecme  to   be.recognized aa  the. most,   effective   anoans   o?   right; a op:   inatn-   wrong.*,   and   ro'iuovaiaa-   grievances? from  which the great army  of producers snfJkmv.. ��������� ollaovs  f,   Ai   the   bog inning   ot"   tho  iu'eseut  century   v������eoph?   were   inclined   to   loolc ; lon^'."  to;?GovermneuL Ownor.-jhlp as I.he only   way  oaat of the  ot-oiaoiaaii*  danicul.ao.s ���������  ivii.li  which  ihey   were eotafroaitiMl.     Tlie taaosjl  serious pa-aybloms; wow in l'<-la-;  lipai   to   the   marketing   of  sfaiu,   aud   the   Haw?   *^roai   achat vomesat   of   ihe:  'I'tvE'riloria!   Grain   Growers"   As-sociatlon   was   socu'rin^   the   ^atj-sapi!   ol'   the ;  a'atna-da   Grain   Act, "with   its loading;  plat i'orm  featufe,  wViteh  land   ahe   effect i  of- breaking   the  old   eSeA-al.or  inoaaopoiy.                                                                    ���������   .'.       \  Tlifit: in ii.-=������������".r was not yutUfteiu. and an agitation was begaan  for Govern.- j  anfejit   owned,  and   op.'-raivai    gi'stin    eloNarorj?.    This    was    Riven    a    trialy? in i  -Mauilol-ar  but   wan  rejected  in  SasSuitchewair.  in   favor   o������   a   system   of. co-i  operwuvo elevators, ownevi and operated by  the  Cartauers thevos-eb'-es ihrqiagla !  a joinu slock coanpany  backed with financial guarantees by the Government- i  'l"he   Govejratmeac   owned   sysueiu   in  Maxiiioba  was  i'-ot   a  stac^ess,. aaid   the i  ���������.'U'viLtors- thvre were  ^oou iti-ct--ed to a  farmers"  orgaaaization. The Saskatch-j  '���������-van  Co-operative Klovator Co. wa.* a huge success and in a comparatively I  tt-w years became tlte greatest gi-aiu haudlini; concern in the world. |  From   fhat   time   onward   co-operation   became   a   word   1r>   conjure   wittr oli ilaatj.  itiroajghout      tWstcrn      Canada.        Co-operative      creameries..      co-operative j  wtoekyard:*.     e^-operative     h:ul     insuraueo,      co-operative      wool      growers''  association?.   qiaiekl>    followed.       The     Grain.     Growers'     Aspocaatioii - was  before     fan     asstMnblajxe     of     foreign  newsiutper correspoaadenLs at Varis.  IL has been established, said Voro-  aaoff, that some _raen had lived 125  years.    "'Therefore," lie added, "I aud  that  'f  riialtas Sequin's grocery aaV 2S5'���������"*���������{"���������.  Patrick St., is well known in 0ttiiova.-���������������������������  ���������Pair. Seqatin was f<n-n������or]y n, j)oli(:<������  ofltcer. When ill-health sealed Iiina ho  ���������lost weight vapidly. "I had kidiaey  irouble i'oi' CJ years/' lie toli.s, '.'ami  was given upjis a, hopeless ease. Many  iinaa^s, from sheer weakness, I have  fallen where I stood, and had to baa  helped to arty:feet. -  "Pains racked nay entire systoan,  especially any back, -which felt Jikas  jspsitthig. Needless to say. X could  neither eat aioi* sleep normally-.-Weak  spells jand nervousness wou\cl leavo  me tremlaling all over.   I faded awav  ������-..,v.r, <)pi in T-ir; Il.o    .....1 +-*.;<.A ^������.,������l^^���������  trcjatuaonts and remedies iai those 6  yewfs, witliout, rcsaalt.  <&^~"Z&fafa  _���������SK-.o_^���������-B���������a���������������    n nrf vUnn  have   tho   right    to   live  a friend advised Tanlac I was skep  iical. But ono month's regular aise of  ihas-wotaderCul medicine coaivhaced  me that I wtis on the road to health.  ���������delight and surprise it made anc ix new  -man . In a surprisingly alaort   lime.  Now I tveigb. 217 lbs., eat and sleep*  like a healthy hoy, and fee! like a������  different man. al together."  If aieglecb or overwork are taking  tojl of your health,.try Tanlac. Ifc is  nature's own tonic, made from roots,  fcat'ks and herbs. Your druggist hmM  it.  Over 52 maiiioa bottles sold.  .      -.  5S_S_2S:  Sour Stomach Risings  Subdued by ''Nerviline  A  Few Drops Bring Relief  W!  Growth of Power Pevelopment  of  Qunrter  ?"���������**������������������������>  Million  H orse-Power  Developed on Winnipeg  Riv������r  15y  the  close' of   the  pro-scut   year  The  won.lerrul  relief  yota  get.  froan: plant    wit1l a capa<.itv oC over a (ltuir.  twenty drops of Nerviline will surprise      ���������       ��������� .,..       , ���������,     ,  you.      Take it in    sweetened    water.'! tc-r ol a JnillipnOiorsc-power o. hydro-  Assistance to Settlers  The Manitoba Governanent, aecord-  dasplieated in Manitoba and Alborxa and spread to Ontario. Their forces! ins to the Premier, will give speeiaa  were then uaiifd in the Canadian CouaaoiJ of A.arrieuliiire. Cooperation I assistanee to .ser.riers within its bor-  bi-uuichi? uniry and in uiaiiy ahe producers of the Wwi. found strength. | ders  this vc������r.    It    will    establish    a  Ther- yet retnaini-d one great weakness hi the eeonomie condition ot j bureau of information in connection  tin; Werit. The inereasiagly hirge yrain ero]������.s of tlae country were' dumped |-with the plans" for the development of  ana ihe market at one tiane. glutting it, breaking- prices below a profitable j unused agricitlural lands. Several in-  level to the producer. The-^eemingly impossible task or laniting the fanners j spectors, acting under the Minister  hi one great co-operative enterprise to handle all their wheat and to maa-ket! of Agriculture, will be appointed and  it in au orderly and scientific manner was undertaken through the organiza- i will aid in i-alacing new-settlors'in de-  tion   of   Wheat   Pools.     It   smoeeded,   and   the   Provincial   Pools   oa-gaaiizert \ sirable locations.  one central soiling jigeuey.    Tlie a-osult is common, knowledge today, and, the; .  wheat   pooLs   ha\e  been   t'utlowed   by   Coarse   Grain   pools.   Egg'aaid   Poultry;  pools. Livestock  pools.   Dairy pools. J  Truly enormous a.s h;n e been the material sains to the producea-s oC the'  NV'e.s| through this general acceptance o" the principles-.of co-operatioai. I  resulting,  as   it ha.������.   iu  moa'e orderly marketing, mere  orderly fuiatieing, in] . ~" |  pivjil.or contentiuoiia  all round, it is not  altogether wide of the anark to say I Saskatchewan    Man    Used    Dot_C_'s;  and almost immediately you i'eelbet-j electric   energy will   be   insjisalled   on  ter.    Nerviline brings up ilae gas cans'- j the Winnipeg  River.,   Manitoba���������a reed by fermenting food     mad    relieves 1 ma.rkable growth    in    twenty    years,  that distressed feeling in the stomach. ��������� __.n ..        . .        ...        :       n        ,  When colic or cramps strike, you ^ | When the vaver is Hilly developed  night, Nerviline is a sure-relief For {.aboait three times this amount of,  general use in the family, for omen- j power will be 'available, so that the  gent ills, always keep trusty Nerviline      . c Wi     j d    lliatrlct    can  3uc at all dealers. !.'������������������.      '   .        ,  hope to enjoy the ad van Lagos oE low-  cost power for some time to come before the market having absorbed all  the power available on has river will  have to seslc fan*ther afield to increase its' energy supply.  The salient features of the last  tlu-ee years' pa*ogress are the expaav  sioai of the application df Winnipeg  River power from an almost purely  urban market to large individual outside-industries, the co-operatioa- of  otherwise competing interests, and  j finally the remarkable growth oE the  power market in  tlie  rural districts.  Alberta's Industries  ?Returns filed -byftlae Alberta Bui-caaa  of ILabor  sIioav 'the ���������'industrial payroll  ot ihe proviaee iat i������2G at 534,991;G86f  of which the wasc-earaaevs' share%as,  $30,302,72-1.  TO CAREFUL PARENTS  Great Canadian Remedy      |  Helped Him Like Magic!  Feae  One oP the greatest puzzles lo the?  careful parent is to know just what?  medicine to give the littlo ones. When ?  the child falls ill with griping -pains; ?  is sieized with cold, or fever, frefusesr. ?  food or vomits what' he has taken,?  when lie cries a ga-eat deal and caai- a  not, got tho. sleep so nec-esaary to the  growing child, the '"parent is in a-,  ciuandry. "What is to be .done ota such a  occasions? As- often as-"?-not there is ?  aiot a suitable medicine in the house. ;  The puzzle is what to give him to set ?  laim. right quickly.  It is to-meet such emergencies that-?  -liabi-'s Own iTalJleti* weare;- desisaaed. f  These pleasant little Tablets auiclclyf  reduce fever, break up coldsv .relieve h  co-nstipation and indigesitican *iiid ifcllay |  teeihirig pains. '���������' They: ? quiet*^-^lie ??  aietves and promote restCail lieaUh-??  restoring sleep. Thej- are guaran-T1  teed absolutely harmle&s and safe t'orf?  even the youaigegt and anost delicate'  baby. g '?. f  '''���������' Baby's O'vrn Tablets    :ta*e    sold    by ?  iHcdicine   dealers   or   by   ma'd   at   2������������*)i  Government      Co-Operatirig; ceslfcs   a   D<:)X   "om   Tlle   Tn'-  Williams?  1 Medicine Co.. Drockville, Ont. r  Boy Immigration Scheme  that  ot en more signitu-aau and permanent, effects have a*esulled.  The underlying xn-inciple of co-operation is that the strong shall help the  weatt. and that In the union oE all still gTeater strenglh will be found. No  member of a wheat, pool, however large his resources, regardless of tlae size  ol' his crop, iiti'spectit e. oi his financial strength, will realize the top pa*iee  tor his grain, tittd. equally so, no member however poor he may be, or small  tlie quanta!y oC his crop io market, will be forced to accept the. lowest pa-ice."  Strong and weak, rich'or' poor in a-e-sources. each ami every member will i-o-  ceiv-e the averiu-ve p'rLee. fn other \\-ords, some make sacriiico for the good  of ahe tunny., mm, in the long run, oven 1:ho*e who .seemingly do sacrifice  soinethiijg are the KJiiaaers because through control oC tlao aggregiato largo  volume ������>!' the ma.u.v small prodaacers the nool brings strength and in'ofit; io  all,  Who titer it is I'uLly realizo-d or not. by even Ihe aviost onthusiiistic pool  nilvocae, the toot reuuiiiis tliat aaa the development of this spia-it of c.o-  opemtioaa, and-an the :ipplie:afion of coox������ern.tive priacaples ao the evea*yday  business of the fjirm, a grea.t work of good citizenship is being performed,���������  an  rodiiohi tonal  tno*. emenl  ot" otitstnaadinp; iaaaportanee is  be.iaag fostea*ed.  Tens ol' thousjunlrt of men and wouaen bandeil together to achieve purely  material benefit^ find il au'ccssary to sank all dirf<'i*oaa*-*es oC race, of creed, of  political faiths, Jtnil to dJKa*ogard varying condil.ioaa:s in life. They liaut  <-oni|>romises tUM*o:-������>;iry; that thcru must, hi- a spirit of e;ivo amd take. They  iiialu- tl-.e happy ������lisco\ery of each other':-, good qatalitlefci,. Livang in an  a������amostaheie of oo-oporation for mata'rial gaant*. they aincousrlouHly <*u1tivjil.e  lheld'-a. It begins ta> color their thought, and poraaao&to their activities.  Ineviiubly ii naaa.st display ir.solt' in anuaihiipnl and -school district ailnilnisl.ra-  ihuj. it  inuuenees church alfnirs, it  hee.nines ji. habit., an euvinmaaaeail  uCfoet  lil'������> anil  jacllvi.-.ios.     In  Kidney PUIs  With the Provinces by Lending  Financial Assistance  Mr.    A.    M.    PachoSko    Who  ''Suffered  From   Backache  Tells of   Relief   He  Sought and   Found,  Jedbtirg,  Sask.   (Special)   ���������  TCvery  cornev of Camuhi  holds*  at:   le.aist  one  person  who has   found  a-elieC  bv taking Dodd's  Kidney Palls.    They have  been relieving    Kidney    troubles    all  oyer this vast Dominion for more' than  thirty-five  years.     Thoy  relieve  only  kidney    trouble    and    those    diseases  Tl,���������. ,.        ..       T       .      ,- What  is  regarded    as   the   earliest  ;     Reports  reaching tho   Iiiaauigrataon ,   _    ,.      .,   4.        ,_   ,  ,-, , , ,       ���������     >��������� ,T    .,   ,       ...    .   ! recorded   Loss-al   forest   has   beeai'  aan-  I   Department  fa-om   Matai foba   indicate L1    , .    ..       ...     t  A  that Premier Bracken is favorably  impressed with the boy immigration  scheme,' aiaxd will join tip, probably,  with the-Federal "Department. Tho  scheme is that the Federal Department brings out tho hoys and makes  a grant of $80 per head to.-sustain  them during    an    instruction    period  that spring from disordered lddaieys. j wh������n they are on the farm. The farm  That's why they are so poptalar today.! is to be provided' by the Provincial  Rend what Mr. A. M. Pacholko says; Government. Ontario luid tho Maritime  about Ihean: "X have suffered from | provlnfios liav<J :l1).(,!iay como !���������,,> the  backache  for a loug   Umo   and  have! ���������>       -���������.���������,'���������  tried different    things,   p-htK-ters,   etc..! scheme aaaid  more    than    .1,000    hoys  aaid  found no benent,    I'aaaally 1 tried ; "Will be brought out front "Wiaylaaad thi!-.  Dodd's Kidney rills which holpe.d 3ite j <Veui\     Tlie   JMantoba   tJovoi-niau'.ivt.   it'  like   aantgic.   f  for  It; Has Many Qualities.-���������The tiian  who possesses a.fbottle . ot Dr.?  Tlioanas* y. Ecle^tric' Oil as f armedv  agaiaist .many ills. It will vetiove ay  cough, break a cold, prevent rsoro'i  throat; It will reduce tho swelling.;'-,  from, a sprain, relievo the most per-?  sis Lent sores and wall speedily Ileal  o.'aiiV" find e.oaitu.sions, II: is a laaedlcluo?;  chest In il-self.  Politeness is " the  lore's therniomn ter.  ���������/.ero    m.ark    off  Worms in children, if thoy are not-  ,;itfended to,    causo    eciivaalsaoaas.   and  ith.     Mother   Ornves'   Worm;  a ft tor will proleet the children  family'"ron'tody* beciiuse   jiohjile   have; flcheme.     It   Is  locjafed   in   ihe   iMrtlej from tlu?so dlaU'essing afflkdlonn..  tried tliem    aiad    found    them    good, i distru'l.  They     h������dp    Ulieuiiuitlsin,     I.tuubtigo.   ,' ������,��������������� ������^  ko   aantgic.   f   also   found   them   good|-<,  ir..,,,,-,,,n    ,,ir������n,iv nn������<!F.ei,"������-.������ ������������������������' inrr-a. i". .  ������r-ihat  tired   feeliaur '       lentned,  alieaal.t   itohfeofihos. a  inige   Of|.0n ,ioa  j'ldd's Kidne;;   Pills have become a! t:irni   Avhi('h   c:<m1tl   hc   US(m1   ro1.'.   t,lls | Kxtormlni  _     Ijituo Hack, Heart Dlsoiiso and Urln-.      Knvv   provides   (be   mud   lhal   fttil-  ns all eoan.mmliv  life anil  a������divi,-.ies.    In a, word, it rortet'lH ilsolf in worth-   nryt.raubloshoo.auso a,ll of thoso are ; .Uu.(ws al. Htlccost,  whlite  ciii*/.enslLip. either kidney diseases, or are caused!  An<1   ih������> yoitih of  today is  being brought up  in this atmosphere  of  co-  ux>f,ia,tloaa.    It is  inlluenclng the whole  thought and outlook of tho hoys nnd!   i  t-'lrl's of this K''iaoj*nt.ion, broadening l.laeir syaaapai Ui������3^, teiicblng t.hena to work;  tog-eihi'i- i'tu* i lit* amimiiii i;oo������l  iiisioual of al   iross purpuses, dtat oloplaig tt new  nett so and  a   lam.-r i<1ojiI of ������:ii i/,amship. j  either kidney diseases, or .,..,   , ,  Iry the hidneys    failing    to    do    their:  work.  MOC all the Garni!" cxelalttierl Julius  Ojiesar, as he. stood oai the mountain  toi> and scaiu-<Hl tho horizon.  The Gloomy Bolshevik  Visitors    Are    Struck    by   Depr.sRion  ! and  Dejection of People in  ! Russia  Alberta  Is tbe Corn   Belt  Tho  Province ol" Alberta    Is    de/iu- \  itidy in the <roa*n belt of Not'lb Amor-���������  icu,  saays  a  report  from  the Provin  |  elnl   Government.    Although     a     few,  years ago II. t\:is producing very lll.l-le|  corn,  this hits  now eoino lo bo a not- ;  table  item   in   Ihe  juaiuml   agricultural j  'file   r.olslaevik   rtiJUma  is  ja  gloomy,   LirodtU'rllotv. I.JO.L  j ear aaaore Ihuta  $1.-:  j dismal,   nioibid   (jreaJiiro,   aaid   jvcctil,, 0ol������,00U   wori.lt   was   proalttcod,   mainly I     j visiuirs io Sorleiland nra1 straaok witla   In tho Koullitaru  purl;  anil    Iho    corn'  I'rc]>arc(l   Jisiacciallv   fur  Infants   ! t'1'' hiter deiaresHion ami alojt*ioi,lon of  oxliiblfs wen-    fii.voruhly    <rcM������ua<iiiuul|  j Ilia' luiph'Hs people \tliu nro aloouaod to j oaa at  various seed Kntlia ralr.s. j  , a.-xa.-5t   there  because   l"a>������-  llu-ni   Ihi.-i'o l.s ; - -  --���������- i  j no ������'hM'ii|io.    JMssiu  Is In (raglc tact, an; IndU.ns  Need   No   Boundaries :  j i-veaa more  wretched place Unlay Ihauaj     Tito aborlgliies    of    Iho    conllnoiali  ;li   was i.-pres.-.nf.'il  iia   Ilae Uiissla nuv |)<noWno bounihiry lines and,may pjiHs;  C/.arisi     i-ogim������>,    whereto sm<t  j-ro,u ,,*,���������   |.-|Viu-������d Suites witla-1  Is   dei.lcled   as   pliingotl   in   (H,[.   |t.,.  ,M.  hindrance,   Federal   .liialge;  Babies Cay  For "Castoria"  :j>arc<l  Especially  fur In fa  niu! Children ������iP v\l! Atres  Muiiii'i!      l-'h'i Hum V     f.isiurin     has  I" i'ii  in  ii,-.,.  tr������t  nt������-a- ;io    yi.iirs    as    a  ploiasioii    tinrinb^y   -nli:-l irui ���������>  for (!:im-  !ei   <va|,  l-iai-".',riM'ii-, 'I eni liiiijj   Dni|iM iiiul   "*'s     ui     ''"  Sii-n litn:*:   S*, a", i (������,-,.    Comailis     nit      nan- ' i V I'lvaui  eoii-a\--,   l'i-a������t������;ia  dir������'<-i|oiis   iire on   each  P!H"lvK|'������������. l'll> .- Irlilh: o\ei> wll������'la*  .'-'('���������illlllletul   il-  '.I Ih-   !;<-iiii1io-   lu-ai-   .���������di;n;i I nl ���������.���������   of  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  Colds       Headache       Neuritis" Lumbago  Pain        Neuralgia       Toothache      Rheumatism  mu*kmM^i<mmm*iJ-������mi  moping  uiflaiicliol.v.  laieUhisoii litis mh'tl   ait   Phllniloljdtln.  The ruling tvtan glveaa iu 1he> lest rase  r.i-1   ns |.aai:--o l'<������r u   nioim.'iia   lo slied    ott   I'mil   ialulm   of   llio   ('aaaglinuwJiga'  a   lejir nv������'i*  tin''   hiiiI   lale oi' Ihe nils- i roHoa-vsitlon  of  ?Slouta*i:til.     Ulubn  wiim;  Miiblod  hiiiiioi'hal. wh<a giirt> his   wife a   deported   to (laianda   liisl   Mnrada  on   nj  hov of pi-ail  Itipiocii   fifi   her blriltiltiy.   ������������������Iiai'go ol' llh'Htil eulry  Into Ihe frtnllmij  1 State;*. I  DOES NOT AFFJECT THE HEART  _������ TsSmGLsW  *  ^^9______l____9^^ __r  Goion     fmhinn���������take  i������ <*������'!.  Mlnjartl'n     Llni-  ' Winard'm  Liniment  toothes   titftd  t������et.  Accept  only   "Bayer"   package  wliiiich coulaii'is proven dlrectionns,,  namlv   *<Ttnvair"   hnxon   of   IS   inhVln  AUo laottlea'p. 21 and 1(10���������Wrugj|latti.  Annlrln lit ltii������ ������t������������I#i nmrle r(������v.rl������t#Trf1 tw CUinml-ti ������r n������y*������r Vr������������iiiifi������*;liijyi nf M.Hwm^l'tP-  ���������I'UttpntM or H������lli:*/lli'll<'ti1 <Ac������'tjrl CUItc/llo JLolllt. "Jl, W, A." I. VVIiltti 41 t������ wnM' k.iwia  tbnl A.i'lrln itir-nm llia'y������������r natiniiriictiin*, lo ������whIw|: <!������������������������ iiuUlln H_������liiMt tinallnllosau. tlin "l'_ail������tn  *J  Sltyer tJmiij.inj-  will  tvs m_ut;������a  vith  ������Ui������tT j*eiifT������������ tr������������la������ nurrla,,  *Ui������  "Uitjuir Cr*oiinw"������  ii ras  BK^qmm  oBESTpN,  b.  a  /  <*,"  .>*������  L* lu b*jmB IL ������ h -������  Ilfi  PRISMT������R4IN  _���������������   S.Ul^as. ~ o     . -**������ ss.* aa- .  Tsl Rafiiir������5C,  *  ���������55rS33S93^.S>5-������!'  VVIIdlUIIVI O  *���������*_$_-���������&������ ___W MLk I^H  ----.rn  k/iUiiiiTI.  :I?JI?_fliTI *fSf 1?   *&������%  ��������� if "������������������~~'" ���������"    ~  Moose Jaw.- ���������Mxplanailtons  ivork (laid  objective:*,    ut     the  oi     t.l.t-e j-  Wheat'  Pool committee investigating grain  grueling were givi iii ar the annual cola  vent km-, of the United Farmers ot  Caitadii, ?SjiSicateheU an ' Section. l,in>  it.od, by IJitrry Marsh,.,, liersehel, director of (lie Saskatchewan Wheat,  Pool.  The     Saskatchewan     "VVheat      Pool]  farmed, a .small icomnufLee lo  havestf-j  gale   the  system   ot grain   gradiaag' iia j  operation in Cutiiuda, said All-.  Marsh, j  Jot*   ihe   jj.jirpo.so   of JindJus   remedies  i'or the. faults iii? the   present Bystem.  Tin*   committee'  eornsulted     wLI 11     the  ���������2-/niiona! Roseareh Councilcat Canada,  and  (he habora lories in  .Saskachewan,  Alberta and M'ainatoba, as well as the  lJoniiuLon laboratory in AV'iaiaaipeg under Ihe board of .grain a-oiumassioners,--j  were  worbing   on-.tlao     problems    ml  volved. The laboratories were endeavoring   to   ascertain   alio   actual Tallies!  of the present grades in flour prodaicts J  and   whether or 310  the  an ill ing- .value J  of... ������������������wheat. was   ii-jured  in   the   di-ying  process.  The laboratories are trying to es-"i  tablish the aetanal limit of moisture!  thait caaa safely be allowed in the cou-j  tract grades of *w-]ieat.    AL present the!  Ccunsei   to   i-cok; , After   Interests   of  Consumers Before Tariff Advisory  A a. Board  Ottawa.-   A mooting t>C membors of  the House of Coiaimoris took the first  step   to   provide, that   counsel   representing    consmnoas    ho   permanently {  bc-f'or.o the tariff advisory  board when!  ��������� applications    Tor  - mere-used     customs ;  I tariff are hoard.  i      ihai-iug  l.he. past year  eotansel  liom-  finally     representing    Ceorgc    'Speaae.e  ! (Liberal,   Maple   Creole"),  appeared   on  I behalf of the consumers, ihe expense  ! beans- defrayed by    Mr.    Spence,    sts-  j sis ted     hy     certain     ollkuV--v-''i:-iii')iejaibe]->.  However,   the   meoLlaig   was y i*a>r    (he  purpose of  having ya    eonimiU.ee    of  ia:n;rnbea*s of the House iook'sifter it in  J li o  lu Lure.    An.    eseeit Live.   . was    n p-  poinLed latafc no  slate 131035t was .s?sued  aantia   the   question     could? ?������ho     more  MKNMf _FNT OF  .GRAIN  _JJL.ii������/  iCs-si--****   ilH������>������H������������'i*������"   ���������^isTS^lr ���������-'���������'���������  HP* iitSil VIlH/ia-O   1I-IUB_   '  r  Balkan Incident Closed  CMtllf1!! -I.-I--: Ml Alt-  Dangerous Devekpiivents Averted b^  ^Action of Italian Government  Xoiidaan.���������British officials believe  the latest Balkan war cloud liagfabouT  blowai over. Tliis view is based on  the conference, between Sir Austen  Chamberlaiai, the foreign secretary,  and the Marquis- Delia, Torretta. at the  MM.  *JS"8  be anj-esulecl by granting the minister  qC agrieaal Lit re power to refuse a  license-Tor-any .jiew variety of wheat  until its quality had been established-  A committee was appoiaaiecV by tlae  directors of the iaiLer-pi-oviuciial pools,  consisting of the I^oauhaiou tJerealist,  a represeia(alive of th������ Canadian Seed  thoroughly   canvassed,   when   an otherjr-i-o^ers'    AssociaLion,    a    represeiata-  moetiMg   wiii, be  called.  There  was  a   dve  of  rhe  seed   [i0^vna oL-  j|1?  1>raV.  '���������Calgary?    ���������     The     Inter-proviaiciai  wheat  pools,   al   the  close of ils conference   iai   Calgary   unanimously ''jap-1  proved     of   ��������� the -' '.resolution '   passed \  recently   by   the   agracult.ua-jil   commit.-;  tee of the House of Commons reedna-j ������ons for Italy's alarm over the Alban  mendiaig  Lhat the Doauinion Seed Act   ian s'liu'<>-i-ion  foreign office, in    which    tlae    Italian  aauhassndor gave Sir Austen the rea-  fairly  large ,ntteudanco    of  I not only froan alio West hul  ! ijirjo.  aiiembers  ifoni Dai-  Paris Approves Idea  Of Canadian Minister  But Diplomatically "Appointment Is  Not Considered Worth While  Paris.���������The idea of a .Canadiaa*  anim.-ater 10 Fraaaee is receiviaig- tlae  strongest support in P:ea*is, especially  from     Fj-eaich-Canada an    trade    inter-  inces in which the new vaa*iety  origjnates, and representatives of the  pools.  The' purpose oC ihe comsiniltee will  be to?make a study of the quality ot  any proposed  new  variety.  G. JI. Bumell, presideait of Maaai-  toha Pool, in the course of a brief  adds*ess in reCea-ring to a world wide  organization. sLaieu that wiiiae some  wheat pool men might have . i heir  headas ia Uie clouds their feet were  still in the-furrow. They would cea"-  tairily. not bo   led  away   by prospects  Tlae marqaais also expr*essed the  view that it was largely due to the  prompt actioai ol" the Italian Government in ..inforniing Ihe powers of aiM  suspicions of .Tugo-Slavia's intentions  ioward Albania that dangerous 'developments were avei'ted. ������  Downing Street considers the1*incident closed.    II; is felt in French dip  fll?B5Mr^ PAKTV-  ���������; I-ondon?---T^ieut.-Oolf Ileywood, of  the British defence l'oa-c-e> and a stiiuti  p'ai*ty of Britishers narj*owly escaped  lnpbbing and.possibly death in the native city of Shanghai, says' a dispatch  to The Daily Mail faoni its Shanghai  eorrespondeait. Sir Percival Phillips.  The: dispatch says l.A}Col. 31<?ywood  and his party went by automobile to  the native city to interview the Can-  onese general, Chou, to discuss means  o- alleyiating the genera] situation.  The British car was cauyhfc in a  seething mob of students, who,  shoaating "kill the foreign dogs,"  called foa* the e>:cutioaicr.    The latter  j perform the duties of his oflice, when  i Oeueral   Choirs     hodygraai-d     iesciac������a  j the Britishers in   the nick of time.  ���������    .Describing    Iho     Northeriiers',   de-  | bade,  he   correspor.dent  says   the   a-o-  ]ifnit"vol? nioisture  contesit is M.l pei   ests, but as yet aiothing-is Icnown here! of a world pooL ir there was any dan-  o������?n.l:.   but  there  is  a wide-spread   bc-  liel' that this eans ��������� solely be iaaereaseti  to J "j  per cent,   withoail  danger of ahe  grain   being   da.i-������iiaKo.d   in   its  value   iu   transmission.  A soa-oj-id'.'poina in the laboratory in- I  At'sli?,-,aiion. is to establish, as definite--  ly as jiossible, Tlie i-elative milliingj  A-alui's or Ihe various grades of wheal j  so as to detna-mine w-hether ahej  spi-i'mls belwa-r-ju l.he grades at pr-'w-'  t-nt are equitabSe from the point Oi  \iow  of the  prochieei* ol'  the grain.  Mr. Marsh s'sid it was expected ilnw \ counta-ies.  tin.'  laboratories  would     haavo     solved |  the i������roblems involved before  crop was��������� _aa������.arise,led. ���������  The in\esl.ig������iirig comanri.teaj. had  va^iieal ihe in8pi?ciioia. ileparmeans in  t"an;ii.la and the 1 '3������iLed States and as  ;a rosul-c. of tliei.- visits t-he coan-mh ietT  eaine to the eoaielusion that the ilk-.  .spool ion wbrlv was. being done a.s-weh  :is jiossible en don' lite e*rvi.->J i tasgr cii-euie.  ,si.-ii5<'������'s. la. was proposed i.htif. oaie  graJiv saandard should :ip]ily both io  primary grain iiaspeetio.us and to oaa 1 -  turn iront terioJiiaf ele?vaLors so" .tlijit  tho a\r(M*age of ,m;nle leaxing Ihe terminal 1'levatorrs foa- export ��������� w'oaald be  ������>(pinl lo I ho average al; a?he inspe>-l ion.  point   in  'Winnipeg.  I officially concerning the pa*o3ect.  It is pointed out that so far as trade  between the two countries is concern-  miiliiiig j ed,   the   appointment;  might be  oppor-  | tune, but that diplomatically it haa*dly  ger of the Canadian producers suffer  ing.  Limit Time of Speeches  seems worth while.  It is   believed  here, that   Ottawa is   New Rule of House Becomes Effective  watching ahe  effect   of   1 toil.   Vincent" ' ' Next  Masspy's    appointment    as    Canadian!     Ottawa.���������Xew< rules   of   Ihe- Hoaiso  1 of  Commons    will    become    effective  loanaiie quavierfs that the moment; appeared hi. his'-black clothes ready to  iibw is i*ipe to seek to reanove the  cause of the troaible in* the Balkans  by a thorough examination of the sit-  uUKioai. created by the Treaty of Tirana.  The Jugo-Slav Government, it a? | treating soldiers were like driven  known, has evpi-essed willingness to | sheep. ' tfews of the arrival" of the  accept; such pi-ocedure and it; is un-j Cantonese spread like wildilre ~ ano  derstood that Great Britain and; the Northerners-.appcaa-ed io have but  France are disposed to use their good ��������� 0ne> object in. life, namely, to gain the  offices with the Italian Government; shelter of the foreign settleiiient bai-  in favor of having a frank, exchange I i-ierg at which they had been sniping  of views between  Italy  and the  Bel * oujy ji few minutes before.    The"cor-  j respondent estybnated that at least  1 J,000 .Northerners were killed, woiino-  j ed or captured in the fighting with the  ( Cantonese since only about 1,700 sue  i ceeded in entering the  settlement.  gi-ade Governanent.  No Reciprocity Agreement  i publican < ieadea  of a special eoilmiHtee. j     The  ambassador to Washington   and   also,  /he   cost  thereof,  and     that,     at     tht! n*** session, tlie house having adopt-  present iliev* is little likelihood of Hie j e^��������� ni������ ravort  new-, policy   being -extended   to   Other!     The  house    in    eoanmittee    of    the  ; whole approved the rule limiting gen-  | oral speeches in the house during de-,  j bates- 1o forty minutes, after defeat-  I ing an amendment which would have  Canada Last Year: sf^fto ."��������� re3CCep^?������: under / ^^  .   -  ..-; .;   leaders of., oppos-nion gi-oups?.     Lnider  j tlie hew rule, no meniher,"��������� except the  United   States   Will    Not    Enter   Into;  Aoy  Pact  With.Canada,  Says j  U.S. Senator' !  Wasliingtoia.  -���������, The   United   States I  won't make    any    .reciprocity    agree-;  ment with Canada    along    the    lines j  I suggested By Pa*emier   KiJig,    accord i  ing lo Senator Watson of Indiana, lie-;  Financial Panic at Tokio  Banks   Unable   to   Pay   Current   Witri-  drawals  Close   for   Adjustment  LiGiidor..���������Despatches     from     Tokio  lo llio X'^X-  1   !,2: i Maaay Japs Entered  senator,   who   is   a   prominent  member  of  the   Seaiate   finance   com-  ] a condition approaching 'financial pati-  i ic there. Thi'ee banks aniaounced thev  MajorityWere   Women   and   Childrerf-  Says   Minister   of Tmmigration  ,,,, ,, ,v     ,    -, x     *    j     ioppo.sii.oj3  or a  Ottawa.���������Four  htmdied  and    foit\-l  . 1 g  three Japanese and fifty-eight Chin-j  ese entered Canada during the yeari  "1926, according, to Hon. Hoberi: Forke,  prime minis ter and. the leader of the  minister-   moving    a  oveaii ment    order    and    a    member  speaking   i n   r op l.v   iihan'o'di at el y   a f Let  such anJnistei',;br a aiieaiber*.makang'aa  Minister ol;  ln>migration, who replied j  in  1lae  llonsii to ji  question  from  W.   Neill,   Independent,   Conaox-Alber  ! motion  of  eraiuienf  Italian Aviator May  Come to Canada  no confidence" .in. the gasv-  - -K- "������������������   nnd     a     minister     replying  'I rherelo,   shall   speak .   for more   thati  ,,.������,,..-,,    ,        ,   .   -,      ,. ,-,      ,*-, ��������� i forty   minnfes   at a   time   on'atiy   de  ad, Mr.  Forke stated,  oj   the   Chinese,j . _  ;'.2 had   already passed  out. of Canada:j    '    " _���������_  and  Lhat no Chinese ijumigrants wea*i:.j  among   the   .auniber   admitted. !  With  regai*d  to  eniraaiee dl*  Japan- ���������  ese. Mr. Forke s I ateal  lhat I hoy were ;  Will Be Important Port  De  in  Pinodo   May   Include   Domini on  His "North American Flight |  Mon 1 real.���������I't������ssihiliiy   of  an   o-vlen-1  si on   of many   thousands  or   mile.s   o I" j  l.he Norfli Aaneriuara continent part 01" |  the flight  of  Iho Italian  nvhif.ov.  Coin-  ���������.iatunder de   Pineilo,   is     held     out     In  .fidvices  received bore from. Italy.  Under   ihe  new   plan,     if    ndopled.-    Ihi'  itvisitair,  insh'ad   of  Hying  dire'et . front  New   Orleans   lo    Chicago    ami    Nenv  Vot'l?,   "wonId   go-, via.   C-laLvesl.oaa,   San  Diego  and    Ram ' Francisco,    Seal He  Chieagii,   lln������   pru'vlneo; of   tjitehatc   in  Criujtda  jinil   Xew   York,      1  Cotai*tnander   dn   1'inodo   Is   how   on  tlm   I ��������� a-'fl'v. JI     pari,    of    his     l-hiroixMtn  ^'eslei'ti   I Icini'-iphei'a.'     Ilighl     and     ana  time is' net   for his nrrivnl In Canada.  divided  as  follows:     li:.������   males,    2ill  feaaaales, aanl..l08 children under IS.  Tin.'re were 108 farmers and harm laborers in the number iitul 1" I general  or unskilled labor.  Maritimes Are Pleased  Ten Million Being Spent oat Construction at Havre  London.-- Havre will be one of tlae*  most ir-riporlimf: ''ports ha Nortlaori.  Fa*anci\ with wha fling accotamaodn-  floias for the Jargesl; trans-Athuilic  liners, when pi-esenl. cuii struct Sou  ])hins are developed, Loa-d Kylsaiit nn-    '"aaonnced  nl: a   genoral .meeting nf the  Lowering     of    Transportation     Costs   f.oaadon     and      'I he.tnes      Haven     Oh  Will  Prove of Great Benefit ' Wharves. U<}.,  Ot1;iwii.~"Tlao impSeanenliiig of thej     Iliagn oil sloruge tnnlts have alreinly"  nmicjin  repoa-t. with   regard  to   ti'tma- j been biaill.    Tlie avIioIo sehenie Js sjila  ���������pnrlnilon  costs  naid faellhies  will aan-'lo   Involve   an   expenditure   of   about  doubtedly  he  a   long   step  lowavd  it- [^l0,000,000.     Tbe  new   wharf will   be  Instating a,    proper    bjisi.s.  of    ti*nns-  able  lo berth  Iho Leviathan aaid  M11-  mitlee, said Canada in any. such j  agreemeaat would want to exchange j  foodstuffs for ejtstem manufactured i  goods and this was out of the qaies-j  tion. He asserted the fai*mes"s of the I  Unite*! States would never stand for j  at, lheh\. feelings, having been stirred !  by failure to get farm-'relief legisla,-.'  ���������tion.  IS,  'in  roadcasiiii  "S  to  Ftvmce Detn-*jimds Totnl Tonra.-;ge  Ceii'-'va. The FVoni'h ilrnl't nf n  gi'iu-rnl irejily -f-or the- lliniltiihin til'  iii'iiiiiineiiis, slionvs ;i com liiiitit ion of  Ibe l-'renell in.--.i,'3|ien������'a' of a nysli'lli 01  liklul niiv.il 1 a hi net ",v- In run silloiiiieials  ol" naval slri'iiglh, Inslead nl' ihe spill-  till)! lip ill' toaaainge h,\ enleg,*.ries of  Wjir. hips, iis .'iilvmciUed li,v the I'nili'd  JFJinles   .'iiiil   ("ri'.'il    IJi'itiiln.  No  Aid   For Vict hurt of  Rirmero   Ganl<  r'Hrnvji.      I !.\   ;i,  vi������l������>  -at'   lil."(  l������> ,"((!, i hi ���������  Th'ii ������������������,' .,1     ['".ii i-[.i ,1.".     1 < ,ici i.mI    ,1     im.  Jinn   h>    linn.   ,1,   V\k.     !���������:,awards     (Con  t-ei-Mtilve,   l<'i'oiiiB-iiaa'AililiiiKlon).   Hint  llir ������i,-,.vei'inn������*iil should gnini l lie saute  1 a 11 *{ 11- 111 *1'   id'   I'l'l'iit   III    lllli.se   Willi   SIlfl'lH'  <ed Ii ��������� s thr niw-'h 'lite failure of alu>  Fili'ilii'i'M' Ituuli ;is hns hecii K'ninted lu  t In J- r- Sslin b-a. i I luii'l'-di llir I'iiiliire ail  the   Hemic   llai'l;,,  ^^..     .    r      ...L.^.... ..1.     ..������ ���������������������������.J,|.J.���������    ���������^^.l..,.    M���������,,.     .-.,.! j,...,-   ..���������-.,.       .....|.M...    .. y.ff    .       ���������r|J        ���������    J||r jr.^]..r_T|||t  porlntion <?osts and services in thn  Maritimes,"' says a staloaaieaif issueai  here hy..h\ C, ("oraiell. who pre.soiii.od  the case for the Maritime Cuvern-  tnoaais willi regard lo freight rtiles  iii'l'oi'e the I >uu< ;an coannilsslon,  ^������lr.   Cornell ������*srMnuiled    tl.hiit.    $i"i,00,-  I tlOO  would  he ji  eon servnl Ive  a'sllnijite  a>l'   Ihe   anaonnl    Involved   iat   ihe   rale  , reduel ion.;.  lealie, side hy Hide,  Movement     Advocated     in     U.S.  Eliminate Nuisance Stations j  New York. ������������������ Confusion in broad-j  easting diae to delayed h^gislatioaa j  cost tlae radio Industry ' ijl 00,000,000J  said I/. IJ. F. llaycrofr, vicepresideaiu j  in ehiirge of thaj radio division of thej  National FJeetrical Alanufiicfiii*ers j  Association, in a start emeu I. "   j  3Vla".-.IttiyerofL said that ho was ii������j  favur nl; i*evoking the licenses of i  every station which jumped the waavej  length rcsea-vred foa* Canadian aase uri-j  der the "genflemeai's agreeanenL" ol'.j  the Hoover conference of past, years'  and added that till nuisance .millions'  should  be  climirnticcl.  Customs Will Be Rs-organized  Ottawa.��������� Fansil a*eading has been  given in Ihe. Senate-l.o ji. bill providing for the reorganization of the depart men I. ol" customs and excise, under the aanlaao of aleparhaieiat of nail Iota-  fa 1  re venue,  had "closed for adjustment," making  a' total of five which have been unable  to   pay   cca*a*ent   withdrawals.  The  Bank of  .Tapan   called a nicer.-'  ing of bankers to consider coping witilth e  sitmiLion,     which    is    Considered  grave hut aaot cj*itical, being ..attributed to uneasiness over the, eartlagaaake  relief legislation aaow hefcre .'tlife^xliecf  London.���������A   Tokio   despatch? !to   fh������:  Exchange  Telegiaph   says  Lhe  Japan-.  i ese  Covernment     has    stemmed     tho������"  J moaiey  panic by giving a������isua-ances of  ! uneouditional saapport  for all banks. A.  j timely Japanese  bond subscriptioai   in  j the 17nit< d   Slates,  it  adds, has   teiut-  j ed materially to reassure the public.  I i   Nova-rtholoss,     the    aaei*voias    strain  ! left jlnanchil Tokio pi-oslraled aaad ex-'  j ti-emely     apprehensive,     and      confidence will  be  necessarily slow  ita  a*c-  luraaang.  ENLARGEMENT OF THE CHATEAU LAURIER HOTEL  \v  N  HtT.I  Grants To Universities  May Be Discontinued  Ontario    Government   Cannot    Undertake   to   Maintain   Three   Says  Premier  Toronto.- -This 'wall be prnbabjy 1 !a������������  last   year hi  which the governanent   m  Ontario  will   julvjanoe   htrge grfiaals   10  Quea'n's  Cniversity, Kiiagstoai, aaid tho  Western   University.   JLondon,   according  lo     Premier     Howard    Fea*giisa������n,  dpeaUIng in (lie Cinuariui legislature .-is  minislcr of education.  The time litis arrived, said the pre-  j naler, when a. half would have to bo  1 etilleal lo tha> gr.'tn'tM tn (bene insiiln-  i lions. They iitiasl mil expect, the'  I province could further aandei tnhe l������������  ' mainlaiai l.ltrei> auiiver-dlae.*,;, nnd they  j must look to private soiTi'ves l'<jr hi-  i ������'t*eased   jissl.stiinee.  International    Pool   Conference  Cnlg.n-.\.  Alberta.       -   Qucrh'il    here  whih'   iti   aftend'.ance  at   the   inter pro  j vinciid  wheat,    pool    conrereiie<������   willa  i i-ofeianico   to   thu   itaLorniatlonul   wheat  ! pool eonfeaviace lo take place at   Kau-  ' sits   Chy,   .Mi).,  ������������������rarly   in   May,   <!<'oi*?*i'*  j V\'.  Hohersfon, larca'otary of she  intet-  amiloiial  coial'ereaaco,  itnimitt'd  thai   a  aneetlng   11C   |h������;   a-xecaillve   coiitauitleo  . of the ennferrnej- vva.-i t<������ taLc id;i<-e ;at  Air  Mail  for Cranndn i       WlBiMWl^^ I IMIimc-anoll.s on tho 'Nth ot thin moiaih  OtlJiNVu, - -The    ihiveriimeitt.    Intends ||g||j^ jilt   which   lime   (haul   jarrtiaagenia'aalH   for  to entailillsh   am   ulr  aaanll   .se������'vlec   sind <~*"~*"'' '"~~ ' ' '       ���������'"'���������'' :  ������������������ ^ --- :���������      ^ ,jH,   j,rognMiutai;     of     Ihe    i'oiaa'ri*i'in;o  iDj-Mi'iiil   thi.i'tn  KtiHterti  tiatd   WomI- The ilhiHla*nlIon has henia prepared I'roaaa the ftrehitect.'H alruwlngs showing I would he nuole.  ejia   Canada    as   eondlllons    warrant,  Hie. appearance of ihe Chuiauin .Tinwrier ju   oatnwn when  the new wing will    Hon, . I'Vnwisml   Tthifrel.   Seeretar.v    oil'j have   b������-en   uddeil.     The   ,strta������ l uia]   addition   to   ilae   uotel   will   provhle   for Conorntulations  From  Redn  Stan, aalil   In  rej>l.v  U\  11.  itaie.silon  iu j aaaoihea-   'JOO  rooms, ana k hag a lo'.al of fHnj j-t.������i)i������art iivaalablo lor gtieidn. With j     Wjirsnw. The    a-om.naaialKl.    faclhyta  the IhniKe ot Conaiimnn,     l.le gave atojl'-i  i'Iiiiiiki-k,  bannuet. hall  nia������l  hidlroom   a-ptu-e nnd  auhea; public roomai will i of the relish Jtiet  sent a iiieKwme af  dental.",  ns   lo   when  :t   ?-tan*i   tsinihl   he ; he provided on  proper settle, tliua oitlajturiiig the iiHcn.ilneHti of lit Iai fine aanll. i a-ongriitaaluilon to ShaiiRluiI on Its "a.~  A   Pictiireaquo   Farewell  Wellington, 'N.Z.---A <iunliat fair-'*  well nn-"<^iii."e was smii- hy-lhe Maori  Irlbes ti> Ihe .hitIce and PtichoHS of  Vork who s.iiled \'{\v AuM ralla. Jil'lea-  vlwJIing New Xeiahiaid, Tlia< message  roads: '"Farewell n> you, ahr* snow  white iTJitte which lili'.* Inn once in  a life time, i\\)t\ 10 you, Inesthinihle  high born. htal>, good  hick*."  nuule  lo ehl.nbllHh   tblv, >ei'vtVo  (  of t lie Canadian Nail opal Ihiilways liolel bj .stein,  ll\-<-.--,v  fro:ii  Jitipci-lali ^t  oppriiAAlon." 'xa.su t/KJSS'jrtfja  ___jsv__bsw  JUtt  ^������^__*_r_r_r������_#-r*_: euta <-_m-i_s_u_'H__9^__._S  Sulphur and Cream of Tartar Lozentres  BASEBALL OUTFITS COMPLETE  See onr Store for Specials to  Clear before Moviog  i*  Fob Sale���������-Two nailk and butter  cows, one just fresh and the other will  freshets'- ������*��������������� June, .A.iso fsas? sacks of  potatoes.    Angus Cameron,  Erickson.  For Saz>_.���������Netted Gem and "White  Elephant potatoes, special price on  ton lots. Also some young pigs for  April delivery.    E. Notiguaer, Oahyon.  The afternoon of Saturday, April  23rd, has been t.nken by St?. Stephen's  Chui'ch tennis club, for-a tea and Bale  of cooking and candy at Mrs Henderson's.  W, P= Start*;, *svho has spent tbe past  %._-% #-.���������*"���������_ _" 9r\r*  ...4* W  Qfn..tr  *.->_/r*<l re*  WU-V*  Review readers will f hear ^ibh satisfaction that Miss Frances Lysis has  just completed her course in n-arsiag  at the Univetsity of B.O., Vaneouver.  and took highest standing an the graduating claes of 19527. During vacation  last year she engaged in district  health nursing in the Saanich district  on Vancouver Island, and it is anticipated she will again take up the same  lane of work.  ��������� Mr.. and yMrs. W. H;.---;*&6bbefct have  moved frona theia-* ranch on the south  side of thh O.P.R. tracks and are at  pi-escut oootipyiiag the aouse on the  former; Fairbeaid place pending the  the erection of a residence on the  Gobbetorchard proporty in the Grand-  view Heights section, on which they  just completed a new barn. The  place in town will be taken by Mr. and  Mrs. Bunt.  GEO. H. KLEJLIJY  ifiiriarjn Chssreh R_.r\ries.5_  iSSi <ssss  ���������^r-wa  esvwv  SUNDAY,   APRIL  10  WYNNDEL���������11 a.m.  USTE*--"���������& ".������r������  CRESTON���������7.30 p.m.  IMPROVED RANCH FOR SALE  Local and Personal  gOOd  as  20-ae_,e ranch at Duck Creek, five  acres cleared and aibout. an Here in  straw berries; good house.' Apply Jas.  Manr.erinc, Sirdar, B.O.  R. A. COMFORT  MILK PKICSS :  JERSEY 7 Quarts for $1  HOLSTEIN. 10 Quarts for $1  yt/���������*.^L. ������ _.,  effsctitye May 1st.  mt   V      *_-0������^  ���������e,*-mmnmnrm������    _a    _r o*ia>������_������-_i������  For   Saxjs.���������Toiarang   car,  new, snap.    Enquire Review.  Crestpai 1927 four-day Chautauqua  is just announced for May 27-2S-30-81.  J. F. Rose is a business visitor at  Nelson this week.    He left on Tuesday.  For. Sale���������Strawberry plants, Van  San, at $7 per 1000. E. Ostrensky,  Alice Siding.  1?QR. Sale���������Lot 1. Block 50, Creston.  cheap. Enqaiire Mrs. Annie Olson.  Ainsw*n*th, B.C.  R. B. Staples is a business visitor at  Lethbridge, Ciilgtu-y unci other Alberta  points this week.  Monday  4 to 6 p-m.  Tuesday  1 to 6 p.m.  Thursday  1 to 6 p.m.  ��������� Friday  4 to 6 p. an.  Saturday  8 A.m. to 10.30 p.r...  V. MA^VSOIM  GOVERNMENT LIQUOR AGT  Notice of Application for Beer  License  Potatoes Job Sale���������Abont 5 tons  Netted Gems, $25 a ton at r*inch. E.  Haskans, Erickson.  . Piako For Sajle���������Mason & Risch  piano, ftune<l oak finish, -good as new.  Enquire Review Office.  Hatching Eggs���������For Sale Spangled  Sussex egjars, $1 for setting nf 15 eggs.  E. H. Pridhauj, Creston.  STiaA-WB-ERRY Pi-ANTS ��������� Senator  Dunlap and Van San mixed, $5 per  1000.    A. Waekholni, Canyon.  Miss H. McCIure of Nelson is a visitor with Cranston friends this week, a  guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cook.  Mrs. Pearson of Moyie was a Creston visitor a few days at the end of the  week, the guest of Mrs. Fransen.  Friday nest, 15th, is Good Friday���������  a statutory holiday���������when all places  of business in town will be closed.  Fob Sale���������Van San and Parson  Beanty strawberry plants, no weevil,  $6 per 100Q.    Fred Lewis, Creston.  C. Dewat* of Nelson is the new cashier at the Imperial Bank, arrax-ed on  Wednesday to replace Mr. Bowman.  Christ Chui'ch Ladies' Gwald have  appropriated the afternoon of May  21st for their May Day sale and tea.  Miss Helen McCuslin of Spokane  arrived on Wednesday for a short holiday visit with her sister, Mis. H. McLaren.  Ca-eston children are reminded of  the special service for them at Christ  Ohairch on" Friday morning at 10  o'clock,  At Conk,s Greenhotibo, now as the  tiaaie to pla������e yowr orders for Blaster  Lilies, Pot Plants and Cut Flowers for  Easter.  The evening of May 24th has been  taken by the Rod and Gun Club for a  dance to be held in the Grand theatre  ballroom.  O. B. Twlgg It* in tlae Arrow Lakes  coaintry at present conducting classes  in praaninp; work. He was ab Nakutap  yesterday.  F. Baaker, fifteen years experience  electrical work, estimates priveta for  wiainpr. Box 12, Reviow Office, or  Camp Lister.  STBA\vnEBR"_r Plants ��������� Senator  Dunlap and VanSan atrawberryplants  at IB0.50 per 1000. Monard Wigen,  Wynndel,  B.C.  Pigs Foil Bali.��������� Yorkshire-Duroc  Jerwy cross, ready Apiil 27th,  uroinpf  price.   A. G. Con, Vai.esal.anuh (Alice-  Biding), Oreston.  Mrs, W. J Truscott, who has boon  on a visit at her home in Vancouver  foa* bhu pniAt throe rujon.iiu, artcivud  homo on Saturday.  Strawbkbi-v    Plants���������Van    San  the family at   Victoria,  arrived home  on Saturday io look after spring work  on the Devon ranch.  t'. -  C.P.R. section   crews,   which   since  Novsmber have consisted  of one man  and a foreman,   are  now  back   to full  strength of six  men,  commencing at  he first of the month.  According to the report submitted  at the Stockbreeders' Association  meeting last wsaek 1800 tons of hay  were cut on the flats in 1926. About  125 perataits were issued.  Creston* village coanacil meets in session on Monday night nt which it is  expected some napve will be made to  start orgianizaiaa^u f������r the Confederation Jubilee celebration.  Fob Sale:���������Chevrolet touring* car in  good condition. $350, Alsa> thaee lots  next Church of England, and 4-rooan  cottage with two lots. For teraaas  apply Mrs. W. K. Brown.  Next we������������k*s united Lenten service  will be on good Friday evening, at 8  o'clock at the Parish Hail. Ail three  local pastors wall participate in the  exercises,  with one address only.  Visiting Masons are invited to the  April meeting of Ca*eston Lodge on  Wednesday next, at which B.W.  Bro. A. E. Hines of Kimbealey, D.D.  6.M., will make his   official visit.  An increased amoait of sunshine has  heen in evidence the past week, and  the higher temperatures are bringing  along- vegetation. Daffodils are in  bloom in village gardens this week.  We are now booking orders for  Tomatoes, Cabbages. Cauliflower, Celery and assorted flower plants for  sprang planting. Place your orders  early.    Cook's Greenhouse, Creston.  Baby Ohiok Feed  lb pays to keep the Chicks  growing with  Ogilvte's Baby Chick Scratch  and  Ogilvte's Growing Mash  We also have the  Langley Mask for Growing  Chicks  Feed right and get results.  . FARMERS' SUPPLY DEPOT  CHAS. MTJBRELL  ^ REVELATION awaits -you in yoor firs* ride in  *X~*> the? New and Finer Pofitisc Six���������a reveiatio-i of  comfort- of smoothness, of power, of flexfoility atihae  you. i_ever dreamed attainable in any car of csimpeas-  able price. And the reason is evident. In the New  and Finer Pontiac Six General IVIotors amrned thesr vast  ���������resources, their stores of knowledge and skill, the  facilities of their matchless laboratories and proving  grounds, their great advantages of purchasing sad  production, ail to the task of providing a type of high*  quality, sax-cylinder automobile such as had never  before been available at anywhere near so low a price.  The result is a car of long, low, graceful lines, ������_f  esqulsite die-sign and coloring, of the latest body styissj  of the utmost completeness���������a car as smooth in pea>  for__a_u-.ee as an arrow's flight, quick as a flash to responsf  to your demands . . . and a car that  six performance to the widest circle of  See the car���������investigate the prices.  tpexs.  fFtSStsty  -:������-,  .-T-:i  HANSON GARAGE  CRANBROOK  PONT  ^^smw^mmsm9 ^taiH-^B ^^JJ BSH__!_5?  CHIEF  *  OP  1-HB * SIXES  j  PRODUCT OF GENERAL MOTORS OF CANADA, LIMITED  "ll  EXCELLENT VALUES IN  ���������t  Notice is lioroby trivon that on tho dth day of  May next the -urnlcMlfrncd intends to apply to  tho ...lfluor Coratarol Board for a Hccnso in ros-  Jioct oil _>arcmi������GH boiaij? patrt of tho buildlrag-  ciaown tin tho McConnoal Hotel, sltnato at Kit-  chonor. B.C., upon tho landB dcsorlbod an I^ot  Throo <3>, Block Three (8), Kltohonor Townslto.  Naolaon LAml IlcKlBtmtlon Ulstriot, In tho Province of Brltinh Columbia, for tho Halo of boor by  the elaaa or by tho open hottlo for connuanption  on tno na-onitHOH.  I)at<o<l this 80th dny of Maroh.. 1027.  ANGELA RIZZUTO.  \m\t V_ T" EST *^*->   J\ fm\mtm  ufk7 _^*a a   .^"T- ff"_T j^\%lmmr ff  Notice of Application for the  Approval of Flans  Tako notleo that CroHton Iloolanriatloaa Company. lituil<4Ml, will apply to th_ Oomptrollor of  Wittor ItltchtH foi* tho lipnrnval of tho plana of  IhO-VGrLuttO   1>0 OOllHtrUOUMl   for   tho lllVOritlon    ���������Mr-J  KJ���������rii%l-rtn nnnlnn      tru.,. nntnnA    4t.ntm  or wut a^r from raout. 1������vonin������l������r amplication for   J*1"' oonutor Utaninp,   tj*fta������unnt-OCfJ   It-OCi  '.'������  ���������M  a I iu*a������HO fur lowuriaiK watur i)m*i>0M0. which , irom \\ cavil, any tiuutittly, Js>7 per 1000.  nppHtiA-tinn w������.h alloal In tho ollloo or tho Wator "- *~  liocnrrl or ait NoIhoii on tho Kith day of Novcm-  b������> r, itrat  Tho wator Im to bo dlrortod froan tho aaid  Hit-own on N.IC. 1-1 To. IH, Kootonaiy, for pin*-  IMM-ir-of roolanaatloia of a portion of tho Kooto-  laiay [flal_a.  Tho plaunH and iipucifUaatioiiHOf tho uatd worlcii  anal alttpliraxloat of Hitch plaaiH and tipuailloatioaiH  aiu mow open U������ iiiHiioolion In tho otUt-o of t hu  AVattaiir lionortlor nt KoIhoij.  fabidctlniiM tnity bo flb'd with (tioC'oiuiit.roUor  ���������111111/     Itrilll    (X Mil     i'j    ������������������!<>   iij. |<i>nj lllal    l/l'  i.llia t.y  iUi-yn i.ftor tlwa tlriit, pnlallcittltm of tliln noti<*������������,  Tho itiaLu tif t.li������ lli-Ht taibII<uttloii ������>f UiIm iiaitloo  ih A|������a-Il I. MM.  ������;StKHT<aN UKt'l.AM AT1UN COMPANY,  3������y A. h  IjTI >., Applicant,  McOUM/lCrf, AKinit.  (Ji>o. Daavlo, Otan^'on.  Fon Saltc���������2-bnrnor Pcrfootlori oil  staivo with overt, JplB. BongraHH table,  round. 1R2.W1. Haall top th-ak. $25.  Knqaairo Hovlttw OI1Ic������.  Fnr noxt Sunday fev������'ninK the fi<������r  inon topic at Olarittb Church will ho,  ���������'Oara two waalU toKethor ������*xacopt they  ngiho." 'J'IiSh (ii tint laHt ot half n  <lt>Ki-n tall;������ oaa "The- Grc-tafe Kxceptti"  that laavii hufii given lay thu motor  altirlnpr Laint.  DRESS LENGTHS, consisting of Voiles  Crepes, Broadcloths, and Rayons  Moke your selections while our range ia complete*  Potter's English Prints  [Latest patterns, and colors all guaranteed fast.  Wc havo also a large range of  Washwell Ginghams, 36 in. wide, at 50c. per yard  This is the ideal goods for children's wear.  B������*|lt wr^l% iwllS-Patf-l  I UU111UID  IlarrfiEiariQ

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