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 HPH f-i1  I^T7nr ___>!. m/  ^BgSjwm"^''ag\   . Y^9_b_P WM *_____! "���������__[ *f-__-K><t7     "_---l_h-_r  V    V  >���������%  vOLi XIX.  CRESTON, B. C.? ^BIDAY, it^BIL 22. 1927  Kg. 10  Board of  ������f*Eu@  April Meeting  - Highways, swimming pools and Con-  fedeaation jubilee "were the feature  atopics at tbe April meeting of Creston  Board of trade on Tuesday night last,  which was in charge of-the president*  Major Mallandaine. Too, being? tbe  first meeting in three nioniiu>, there  -was a voluminous lot of correspondence to dispose of.  The principal discussion on highways bad to do with the rout*"* of the  aos-tl. and *ouih road which will connect with the anen high-way through  Idahoat or near PorthslL l^foarina*  taon was to hand that Indicated that  tot* tbe next three years at any rate  tbe public works department would  be concentrating their expenditures  on the Kuskanook-Grey Creek road  and ferry around Kootenay Lake, and  ^������.���������*.   MBa���������������_���������.^    ^..-.^^vs^^    ^,.m~.     .3=..--.     ���������*.~~  mixhm.  uuaKnn.   nLj|tKB������a.M|us������-    -vvimsf    UUUI3    *j_M-  north a,nd sooth highway  would be  unheard of until 1930. /  The swin.8_.ing pool idea was  brought forward by C. SV Hares^'ho  outlined a proposition T. M. Ed*aao?a=  dson was prepared to entertain to  alio?-? the SKrranser use off a pool 85 x 135  feet which he has hand dugottt on his  ranch at the foot of Fourth street. It  has a depth of five feet at the deepest pottat and * good clay bottom. It  is so situated that iat fills and empties  itself readily . and as situated in very  attractive- surrQs&nd.iQ&s. - The nresid���������  ent will name?a astSmtnatee to invapsti-sc  ate this as well as any other pool  propositions and report/ at the May  meeting.. '.^������������������>i.. '? ";. ?'?���������-?-'  The president reported in some detail as to the work that had. been  accomplished to date in connection  with the celebratioti'^of ?the siitieih  anniversary of Canadian confederation  and submitted a. ?t#������stet-i*?e ".plstss of  observing the day, which had been  approved by a committee of the  Women's Institute. The village council had -nroEniscd flnancis.. supports and  Legislation���������Geo.   Johnson,   B.   B.  Staples, Col. Fred Lister, M.P.P.  For the annual convenfon of the  Associated Boards of Trade of Eastern  British Columbia the executive were  named a committee to draft resolution. This gathering will be at Trail  in June and delegates will be chosen  at the May Meeting. The sheaf of  correspondence included enquiries off  of most every sort, from the "price of  land to the possibilities of opening an  electrical shop.  Due to has removal D. T. Scrimgeonr  presented bis resignation as secretary  and his work was eulogistically commended by the president and other  members present, and Messrs. Green-  wocd and Hayes, were seamed a committee to draft a letter of apprecaition  to be presented Mr. Scrimgeour prior  to hts departure. Mr? Serimgebur  suitably acknowledged tbe. compliments paid him and assured that no  matter where he might be located  Creston would always have a booster  Institute NameffS' -���������  Jubilee Coiomlttee  Oreston's observance of th������ eis-  tiebh anniveraasy of Confederation  was the chief topic of discussion at.  the April meeting of Oreston  Women's Instt.ti.te on April 8th.  which attraoted quite a large tun.  out of members,' and was in oharg������  of tbe president, Mrs. B. Stevens.  The president, Mrs. It   6.   Staples  S&SiW  HAT -11  jx&.ue~eea  wa.,^  ���������������  ���������~g  ._au,~~������  m-'UMWm.  -t.~. a  uunru  ir������"--  wotiid also be  approached. When it was known  wnat help in this line could he bad  from Creston it was proposed to have  all the school districts from Sirdar to  Kitchener.as well as all organizations  of every sort in the same area,  name delegates to a centra), commitee  to handle the big day.  The  es-seative   submitted a   list of  staWidirfig committees for 1027,   which  wete  approved as follows, the members first nimieil to act as chairman:  Finance-��������� Geo. Johnson, C. W-  Allan.  'Transportation und Highways-���������C.  Rodgers, U. S. McCreath. A. I*. Palmers II, S��������� Bevuna  Agriculture and Irrigation���������Robert  Stisrfc, Guy Greenwood, Col. Fred  liis tor, M. P. P.  Reclamation���������C. F. Hayes, 6. A.  Speers, H. S. McCreath.  Publicity���������C. F. Hayes, Major Mallandaine.  AFTEENOON  :m&ss  Walter Hall, who is now located at  Kimberley, was a visitor at the ranch,  with Mr. and Mrs. John Hall, a few  days last week.  Miss Walker of tho Erickson school  teaching staff, as spending the week's  vacation at her home in Nelson.  Ray Crisler was a business visitor at  Spokane a couple off days last week,  making the trip by auto.  The children of Erickson Sunday  School were motored to Creston on  Blaster Sunday morning for a special  children's service at Christ Church.  Ra^y McKelvey was a business visitor at Kaslo a few.days the early part  ������.������ f ..M^������lJ^mm*^&sim- .     '- ������������������-���������.       yA'- .''-'' .-.-.': .A ,   ���������  ��������� ���������'���������' '��������� ~-;^'i3i'*'-������������p������i-*-y -*������" -^*--'-=:-:?-''; ..:-  Mr? and Mrs. Murphy and family of  Red Deer, Alberta, arrived about the  middle of. the month, and will have  charge of the Henry Brownrigg ranch  the next couple of years.  Frank Tompkins*- who has been  operating at Goatfell the past winter  is home again. His shipping* of pine  logs for matchwood the past season  ran to 98 carloads, all of which went  Nelson. He is at'present r.t Lister on  a land clearing contract.  T. W. Bundy is taking his usual  two weeks* vacation at present, and  spent a few days in ' Spokane this  week. In his absence Mr. Cummins  of Cranbrook is relieving at the C.P.R.  depot.  .Mrs. P. P. Hertc left at the end of  the week for a short holiday visit with  friends In Kelson.  instjifjuie oo2E__j_-ttee to^***t?C!r__ ?*������**_ ti3 _i |  like number from Creston board of  trade to draft * a tentative pro  gramme and arrange for a meeting  of representatives from all the  school districts between Sirdar and  Kitchener to arrange a final pre-  jsrs-sSsuje.  A letter was read from the provincial board of institutes in which  it was started that the British Col-  unosbia Women's Institutes es-hibtt  at tbe Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto in September will  be made np of crystallized*- fruits,  rugs and basketry, and all .institute ; are asked to make & showing.  No date has been set as yet for the  provincial conference, which is tpba  a������eS*_*l  ������*C \z_sii_5 wSuss.)    tfO.-   w___������53;'���������-* "-������������-  G. Murrell   was.  elected   delegate,  with Mrs. Stevens iris alternate.  Jjiig to the backward season the  meeting could wot agree on a likely  date for the annual bulb show, so  the directors -���������w^.sis^l^ef.^.ill--g0*e?:i  to set the date and make .ill other  arrangements.  The tea hostesses were Mrs. M.  Youny, Mrs. Burnett and Mrs.  Beninger arid the freewill offering  taken, for the crippled children's  fund amounted to $2.75.  hood of $50, The music was by the  Riondel Jazz Boys, and all report an  excellent time. Creston and Sirdar  were well represented in the crowd  present. v  ���������}"}���������  The erection of the pre cooling building is making great headway, and  should be ready in ample time for this  year's beat fry   crop.  Berry planting is in evidence at  present. Quite a large number, of  new patches are being set out.  Rev. J. Herdman will be here for  United Church service on Monday  evening, 25th.  Thegmder is at work in this section  Hud iSie f-unds afe ������iU������o tile   QOVt&V for  travelling as   a   result of the repairs  given them.  Miss Leah Whittman is spending &  few days this week with friends in  Creston.  The Riondel Jazz Boys arrived on  Saturday. leaviKg again on Sunday,  and while here were guests of Mr. and  Mrs. Matt. Hagen.  Mrs. Bathie was a motor visitor to  Sirdar on Sunday for the Anglican  Church service that afternoon.  School closed for the Easter holidays  on Thursday last. . The- teachers. Miss  Cberrington and Miss Severn, Ieft for  their respective homes at Creston snd  Procter to spend the vacation.  Mrs. Nathorst's sheep ranch has  profitably increased this year. She  has 14  healthy   lambs,   all   of which,  except uwO, ������s*r������ M^?sn*ra  A shipment   of   seed   potatoes   was  delivered to the   Co-Operative   Fruit  1 Growers last week,  and with  at came  a quantity of ^certified   seed   potatoes  for O. J. W'igen.  $2lr*Qm$w������tn>ii  The  ladies  of the   LO.B.A,  wish to announce that they  will  hold a  Bridge  Party  and Tea in the  lossesrooEii-ti ii.sr(i-.s.iiiS oSK*  Thurs-r Apr. 28  2.30 to 6 p.m.  L^ Iky _yr mtf/ ^^ i^u* ^MBMll  AdlilBSSlOBl ������ ��������� ������������������ Z5c������  w*m    ^ '^mmmm������Mmmm^m**mm'msmr.mmrmm'^���������r_������" ���������_># -*m       vpr.       ms       *_ff      mtmmsM^mtmw ^-~P������ w  Everybody Welcome!  Melt Beam and Mr. Clay of Brick-  eon, who have been operating u trap  line nt Crestwood and vicinity for the  past month, took up their traps last  week. Their catch of muskrat was  pretty fair, with n few skunk and one  or two eoyotes. Andy Lovestrom  also finished his trapping operations a  few days previous and moved back to  Creston.  John Murrell and IS. Holt of Creston  wero here last Sunday viewing the  Indian paintings at Lizard Hock,  Fred and Harry Smith nnd J. Burnett of Creston are our first fishermen  ealU-rs. Thoy wore horo last week  trying out tho bans fishing. 'Fred  reports the btuc as not being very  hungry, as the catches were light.  8. Schalli r of Klocknuiim ranch was  a business visitor1 heie last Monday.  Henry Dospinn of Oreston was nnoth-  of the business callers hero hist week.  Wo understand Albert Johnson has  disponed of his Wlloonand Oarruthere  l.-u.jtl |*tir-c<iuHc-il   -������i-������v.,  ������iti<.l liuu  imoved  back to foiinor homo at Oreston.  OlniB. Murrell and bin boy aoouts of  Creston to tho number of at. dozen or  metre* vlultcd the Indian paintings  bore on Good Fridry. One could  almost imiiglno from the noluo of tho  war whoops   that tho Indian battle  wm������ aVtt������vnir������ fr>ii������l>l, ov#������ar nifnln.     1|m������nH<><  ot  the  rather  dlaagrceable   wc-ithor  prevailing the   youngster* seemed to  have had a moat enjoyable outing.  W&mwefel  Mr. and Mrs. C. Moore and family  of Riondel were hera at the end of tbe  week on a visit with the latter's  parents, Mr. and Mrs, M. ' Hagen,  returning on Monday.  Mrs. J. B. Rudd got back, on Friday  from Califortaia, where she has been  for tbepjisfc three month, recuperating  her health.  Mrs. Ashley Cooper left, on SattttV  day 'for Trail to be with "tier eon*.  Geruld, who met with a slight accident the day previous.  The dnnce on Saturday night in aid  of the Baseball Club was it hiage success, the intake being in the neighbor-  ;^..;.Z5-.-v--:--i_v-,- - '������~  IS. X^angston is the latest Oanyonlte  to purchase a new auto, f::?His is a 1027  Ford, which he.gbt at y iMe end of the  week at the Chrisier garsge a?_f___?ick-  son-  Friends of Mrs; A. G. Samuelson  wiK be pleased to hear she is making a  satisfactory recovery from her recent  severe illness.  Canyon 'churchgoers had   two Eas-  at���������������������.    ������  a.%.c. Ua  ridge Whist  An evening of Bridge Whist  and   Dancing    under   the  auspices   of the  Women's  Qonaervative  Club  will bo  held in the  Parish Hall. Grsston  i iiit.yf rtpi ii ii  Cards at EIGHT p.m. Sharp.  Music for Dance  in charge  of Mr*. Lister  All Conservatives aro Invited.  A good time aaani-od.  ter services o������������ launu&y.  man was here for United church worship   in   the   morning  und    in    the  afternoon   Rev.   Mr.     Helquist   held  Norweignn aervlees  The United Church Ladies'' Aid had  their usual successful Easter Monday  sale - and concert at the church on  Monday, afternoon and evening, at  which the cash turnover was almost  $50. The concert. prograMBEse wae sa  good one, and was produced under the  direction of Miss Aileen Halstead and  Miss Muriel Knott.  The Davie-Maw8on-Kolthammer orchestra will phty for the baseball club  dance at the hall tonight to which all  aie invited.  Fred Browell, who is working at  Bennington, spent a few days here  this week, after an absence of ia I snout  seven months.  This district has had a touch of early  winter weathet the first three days of  the week, 16 degrees pf frost being  registered on Wednesday morning.  Ten reels of pictures were shown at  the hall on Saturday night, including  an educational reel entitled "High and  Broad Jump Ant Kater," The committee entrusted with the selecting of  films Appears to be meeting the popular demand very nicely.  The biggest surprise gathorlng of  the au-ason was that on Taaewday night  when Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rogers were  guests tof honor nt a reception at the  hall. Dave bcctmie a benedict at the  end of tlae weak, th������ nuptial knot  being tied at Nelson, and with his  bride he arrived here on Saturday,  The reception was highly enjoyable  with games, roaisle and some dancing  and a vory taaty lunch. All will wldh  Mr, and Mra. Rogeat-stbo. boat that's  going tn married life,  WAN"i-_-������~Onc������boar8c   cultivator, also two well-broken ponies, about 1000  e-taindsench.    Write   Box _f7, Review  ttlce.  Annual Meeting  Trinity Clrarefe  mW  Payment in full of all tbe running  expenses  of   the   year,   wiping  over  $1700 off the Church debt and adding  seven sew members, were some of the  pleasing features of statement's  presented at the annual meeting of Trinity United Church so the church hall  Tuesday  evening last.   Rev. J. Herd-  man presiding, and a large turnout off ~  members and adherents in attendance.,  In   addition   to   these   the   year has  seen the organization of two new departments of Church  work���������a   women's     Missionary   Society    and     the  Beaver Brotherhood,   both of which?  have active and  representative mem-  berships.    Since   the   return   of  Mr.  Harback to .college early last fall the  work of giving services at  Canyon;  Lister  and   Kitchener,   as   well as at  Wynndel and Creston,  has  devolved  upon the local pastor,  and has beess  well   . maiDtained,    particalarly    at  Kitchener,   where   Wednesday night  worship is   held   and   is  preceded by-  Trail Ranger work at 4.80;   and Sunday school afe7 p.m.  In addition to the financial state*  tssents of-the elsiar-sb assd ...a baildlsg  fund, reports were turned in by the  several societies. For the Young  People's Department the treasurer, Vi  Mawson, reported an intake of $118  duringing the yrar, $45 of which had  gone to the Church EattensipnJFund.  Forth������ Sunday* Sehooi Miss Oiara  MorioW reported an enrollment of  116 scholar^, and an average attendance of 76. Collections had amounted  to ������������15S and "$45 had been - given  the extension fund. For, the  Bible Class Herb Gobbett reported  ���������j^'^r_neif_Bfe*3rshi -/**������&'--;?*,*%  average atfendarice of 10 for the year.  Ilie collect ions bad smounted to $46,  and $10 had been aad vanced the extension fund.  Mrs. W*. H. Crawford presented the  Liadies' Aid report with an intake fox*  the year of over $500, practically all off  which had been spent on the parsonage improvements and helping reduce  the church debt. The aid at present  has a membership of 34, and all the  regular meetings as well attended.  For the "Women's Missionary Society  oars. Kernughati reported that the  work waa just nicely inaugurated and  almost a full attendance of the twelve  members -was in evidence at the  asoath.y -nestings.  The membership of Creston church  stands at 80, with 20 on the roll at  Canyon. The following stewards wera  elected for the dheuinff years F,  Pridhant, H, Gobbett, B. Martin, F.  Busst aad Fred Snalt-h, with BVed  Sewts chosen recording steward. A  social hour was indulged in at the  conclusion of the business features*  with refreshments served by the  ladies of the congregation.  Jus. before tlie close of proceedings  Hev. J. Herdman. on behalf of the  congregation, presented D. T. Scrlm-  geonr with a Parker fountain pen and  pencil set* In making tbe presentation the pastor spoke of the cplendid  work tho recipient has done in several  departments of the congregational  work and assured him that he would  be sincerely missed by all. Mr, Scrim-  g'eour feelingly acknowledged tho gift  and assured that It was with equal  regret that he severed his connection  w������th Trinity activities.  mm THEATRE  SATURDAY, April  20  A Whirlwind Story  "' of tho Plains S  mn������������������    *ni'*iiy "B        fir -fir  the Wonder Horse  in  FOX NEWS TOTE     T?.TKVTTT.\\T      nT?T7.Q*TA?J      Tl       H  jmrnW * W m������ /B e&fJSkW J ������0M������  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  The Newspaper of Today  Aims to Present to Readers important  Events of Community  The newspaper to today aims to' lie  a uijitOi- of the   important yeryents   in  lhe?<commurii<y ia -which?tt i|!|mb]irih-  ed,?and ot the "woriflfrtt itarse? it docs  not follow  that the  aaiuisiial,  the  unexpected, ihe. surprising are not news.  !.The   light   and   amusing,   the   strange  \ anal   fantastic   havo   their   proper   an<i  j important place in the newspaper, the  1 pages of    which    they    frighten,    but  j newspapers   that   exploit  the   oddities  i of life to' the neglect of the great. :nov-  | ing   force,   are. merely   runaaing   shte-  I shows   to   real   journalism.     Well   da-  | reeled journalism  is one of the great t-  | est    forces   iu   society   today.���������lUalit  I ford' "expositor.  Alb*ftS6!H>. I.twt1.d;jl  tHJdH!&&rfaut,f:ao%.  ���������      ������������������-��������������������������� ���������^f7:-y.;;'r������-?--;  ���������Canadian's yHeavy Tea Drinlcers'.  ajuiliiiri   u-Uivu  DO  APRIL 17  PETER'S   GREAT   CONFESSION  L LESSON iirZi.Y.^.-***.  .}������������������  DISTEMPER  COMPOUND  Keep your horses working with  ^Olaen  1������M,    lloi4n;u*t   the   Christ,   gty  for 32? years Sf������r <:Dia,������_np*r, idi,  jilae.ySou ,ot '.tlae living God.���������'Matthew -' -Strsasglea, -.Infleresajk.- Coughs and _������g  '-16.3:6.      -aaa   fi ?K'- ?'*  I "^J^?-?i?iv*i:���������t2.^?l_?li*P9 tiy>Be_?..x- liS  '���������JVessoai':  ItfatllYow'lfUS-1 I.  Devotional XU.adlng^BsaIm 34. l-S.  $jo������e������i. v>ivo pronws-' ror \Joa _.i&-  temper. Sold by your druggist. If not.  order from us. Two sixes, large nnd  until, Writ* -for frae booklet ondlMmm.  8P0HH MEDICAL CC.De������l 23 GOSHEN. ������MD.  IfllSI  Docs  All restrictions   imposed    iu    -Greatj -  Britain   on   account    ot   the   foot   andj  mouth   disease    of   earth.,   "have   been I P^lllS 111   Back   Snibulied  removed. j  In format ion obtained from reliable;  sources in Montreal is to' the effect;  that the Cuban Government will, .in j A  all likelihood, create a diplomatic post !  in  Ottawa.  Sir Thomas Upton has arrived at  New York to repeat his optimistic  beiief in his ability io build a yacht  that will take The America Cup to  Kaiglaiad.  Graia exports front Vancouver for  tlie season to April 5. total 25,182,-  f>**-k bushels, compared with 4 2,4 60, t������ la  bushels   for   ahe   same   period   ;i   year  Sore Chest Relieved  Nova Scotian  Tells  How  She Overcame   Her  Troubles  With  MCD \I 1 |   1 io cr  I "-i   i���������  I   i  V   i  I��������� i   i ^i 1���������  '1  coaishhv Net*viline the best roan-  1 Dominion       Stands       Fourth      Among  j Nations of World  in   That  ! Respect  !      l*'a������ii   Canadian     drinks     over     four  ! pound?s of tea pan- year, or praotically  | live  times as  much  as  oiii-   American  i cousins . lo the south of us. <.'reut T'ri-  j tain     {in eluding     Northern     Ireland)  | leads  llie world  '��������� tion  by  using: yearly  oy������m-   400  inilliou  ,: Explanations and Comments  1. OpiiiloLLS About Jesus, verses  13, 1-t. Willi His disciples Jesus had I '*���������?_���������*'������������������! B  journeyed as fair as tho neighborhood  of Caesareu Philippi fwheia He suddenly, asked theaii, "Who do men say  that? tho Son of mail is?" The pha-atse.  "Sou of man?" was not associnteal iu  Iho poFiuhir mind ..-with the idea of the  Messiah, tor had it been. .Jesuswould  hot havo ia_wd.it as lie did early . in  Uit* ministry, lie used it here", seemingly, with aio iaaaplicatipn as to His  identity. Murk and" l:iak������- give his  (lue-slion I bus: "Who do anen say thai  L iam?" -  - ,-.-  The  disciples   answered   that   some  I. ho tight. He Tra.s .Tohn  tite Baptist- (aa  Sorm-ar Tiffife is  CELERY KING Time  Brew si cup of this JfrneoLd? vegetable tonic,  k ;is all the spring rneaiicinefyyou need,  it drives out winter's pGi"sori"s, improves  the appetite and makes you feel better  right: away. CELERY KING is good for  the whole family.  At druggists, 30c Sc60c.  ih point of c-onsunip-! l|*\������^   said     Matthew   .14.2);    sotne,  ! that lie. was Klijah; and others, Jere  A Deathless Bullet  -   i������������������aa*.  Sportsmen   Will   Use   "Mercy   Bullet"  to Capture Animals Alive  Zoos  throughoaat    tlie     world    tnay  sooii be   enriched  by  the   addition   ot  i misih   or  some other of the propbets.-l specimens   of those kinds  ot aniaiaiils  pdtinds (taeauiy "S-Ji pounds *T������m- | "There was m man a hen ltving" with .j which have been almost impossible to  capita). Then comes 1 he liailed i Whom Ho could be coanpaied. We do ! capture alive, as the result oE rati jti-  Statot- w ii -h 100 million, hut t������u!v nine- i ������ho ''Siatme   llnug.   AVlujii   we   -want   to | v.m(im,  of    oari't  ,.......,    ,.-   ..   -^,1    .    . :i ,       *,..... i stir   men's   hearts,  we   arvpeal   lo   Ihei  tenuis   oi.   u   pOuiici   per   cupiaii.   .  iNf- ��������� - L ���������  (dead;   when  ve search for tine ^reat,!  ntiou of    Captain    Barnett   ���������Hara-is,  spottsman  and   representative   e>f   thai  .mIv   for  a   cold,   sore   t hroat 'ov   taShl - ! ?omes  Aus,ra1^   wi,h *19  ^'^o^,  ������������U i Wo descend into the grave, we talk of [Chicago Zoological Society.  ness  aea-oss  the **hosa,"    writes     "Miss j Canada  with   Mi milHoti.     Mo  reliable j Shakespeare and Caesar,    of    Ch.arle-f      it is  a  deathless  bitllet whicb  Lucy Mosher troatt Wiaidsor, N.S. "For- statistics   ai*e   available   for   Cluna   or! i������������gaie and Alfred   Ihe Great, ol Un-; duwK a complete uncoaisciousries  The "sale of beer bill.'" prepared by  the joint committee of veterans of  Winnipeg-, which asked, i'or ahe sale  of beer by the glass, was killed on  second reading itx the legislature.  Oaae cruiser, six destroyers. ii\>-  submarines, one mine laying sub  marine and two dispatch A-e-*sels wiu  be built by France between July I.  1927, and June 30, 1&2S. under a bill  signed by President Poumergue. The  vessels beloaig to the second sectiou  of Franco's naval program.  I  many y<ars otar home has nev<-r been  avjthoui Ni-rviline. J luitt a cold on  any chest ihat fourteen remedies  couldn't break up. 1 rubbed mi Nerviline three times u day, used Xervi  line as a g:ia*glo and was complelely  ...^(,1 .,������..,.i " f:*;i iiri'-i'iiKo Norvliitao is  so powerful, so p������-ne������ rating, so sure  to relieva; congestion, that it is used  In most 1 mmes, for the prevention aaad  relief of a hundred minor ills. Get a  3C>e. bottle to-day.  iiTiipeg Newspaper Union  ,-,..,,.,-,.��������� , = "������������������ ^ ��������� ���������- -oanplet  ISrifli   flw^A   ���������n.i,1(i.Sn<!   r.nnsnmo !X(-'n    Mid    W ebstcf,    We    tlare 'TlOt   11SC I ' ' ,. ���������-���������       -.       .  a>otn  tnest>  couiaiiies <-oiisuhiv .  ... ��������� -,.-.-     ,,.,    ,    .   ; no nevnianeiif-ill ovVoc--^  i tlie  name  t������������  a man  living.   That  is a        j'taiauijatan ua. t,n������,t..i.  largH   amount   of   tea,   but   the   per ] What the   Jews '  pa-o'-  ss but  Russia  u  capita  is   very   small.  did.     This   tells  very!      'fh.o "mercy bullet,"  as  he  calls it,  A   great   deal] clearly, that to them He was-'a- niaai of! contains a cheanical .which it; released  THE ONLY MEDICINE  BABY HAS HAD  Is What Thousands of Mothers;  Say of Baby's Own Tablets  Once a mother, lias used Baby's Own  Tablets Cor her little ones alio will  use nothing else. Experience teaches  hot* lhat they are without an equal for  relieving- baby ������}f any of the many  minor ailaneaits which afflict ham at  one tiane or another. Thai Tablets  never fail to be of beneiit���������they cannot possibly do harm as they are  guaranteed to bo free from all inju-  i-ioaas drugs.  Concerning Baby's Own Tablets  Mrs. ltusseU Hill, Norwood, Ont..  says:���������"I shall always have a good  word io say for Baby's Own Tablets.  I have given them to our baby girl.  In. fact; they are the only medicine she j  has ever .haul Jind I aaat proud to say  that she look second' prize ait our baby  show. "She is eleven months old aaad  weighs 22 pounds. No mother whose  tihild is peevish or ailing will maUe a  mistake Iai givng Jlaby's Own Tablets."  Ruby's Own Tablets . are sold by i  medicine dealers or direct by mail at I  25 cents a box froaai The Dr. Williams''  "Medicine Co.. Rroekvillle, Oa.t.  ; more tea -\\ouhi be used  on this con-  : tiaient  if the  imblic  wore  educated  io  '; demand   fresh  tea.  Old  lea   is  flat and  i  i unpalatable.     Tea   3s   a.   very   delicaie  ��������� vegetable   growlh,   which   deteriorates  ���������unless  kept sealed.    A  bottle  of  gin-  ! ger ale soon loses its flavor if exposed  . to the  air.    This is exactly  what nc-  | curs in the case of tea.  Feels Better In Every  Way And Is Srdnger  j That's Why Mr. F. Harimaii Says  Use Ooi^cl's tCidne"40* Pil!s  Alberta     Man    Suffered    With   Weak  Kidneys  and   Found   Dodd's   Kidney  Pills Very Helpful.  Piers.   Alberta,    (Special)���������'T   have  found your Dodd's Kidney Pills very  tremendous i������ower" (C. !���������". ,Teffei;soii).  -Did you ever think of the vast:.diL"--.  ferejace there is between the ?i'l!ai*ae-  ters of Elijalt sind jeiemiahV'' questions tl. II. Mora-istoiii.y "jTliefone is ardent, enthusiastii^ fierce soineiiaaies.  The  other  is the' prophet of the  ten  ia pon striking the animal. Entering the'  blood, this drug almost instantly produces a- slate of cocua.    "  Captain Harris will p;o to Borneo  soon to" aase his new weapon. He expects to    secure    oa*ang-outangs    and  tier heart.    And the remarkable Thing.  Is  that  the    common    people    should | gorillas, which are easy to shoot, but  have  taken these types, which are- so j extremely difficult lo capture alive.  wide apart, and should have found Jjtj   both    the    character    of    Christ.    Jn!     _���������       , .���������   ..,  other  words, the    impression    whicli :     ^e   *<-ln   Hke   lo   fori Bole  ourselves  Jesus   made   was   that   of   a  complex, ; with    the    delusion   that   the   grapes  inclusive  personality.    You  could, nol j just "beyond our reach are sour,  exhaust.  Hi 131 by  a single p������-rn������aw-vt ..it ������������������- ~   ��������� -, .    -  took the range of the greatest to por-  tray his character."'  f?  New Device For  Motor Car Headlights  The Visolife Ta*aiaspareut ]>e.flector;  is a simple device, so arranged that !  motor car owners will- have no ttifjfi- !  I culty in ..focusing., their headlights   to i  Vehicles Act.     ;  .helpful   for   i>y   kidneys,"   states   Mi*   Z^��������� ������,jn :������r  ! Fred, ilartman,    a->vell    kno-ma ? anal! cof?,^ jj    f* n     ,   ...-.   ,  : hiciiiv     rA,������Pr pi!     v,������i,ipnt     of    ihisl     SasSsatchewan has laken the lead m  . highly     respected    lesJdent^of  ^^Jj elimiimtiug the dhimiiaag of headlights '  higl  i place  -pec  "I used to have  Pills 1 felt better/'  It is astounding how many people  go on suffering day after day with  aches and pains, rheumatism iiiul  backaches. They suffer because Ihey  are not awaro of the fact that, ihey  can get relief. Sirenghen the kidneys  which are the soura'e of the trouble  and these 'pains vanish. Dodd's Kidney Pills act. directly oil the kidneys.  They heal and slrengthen I hem so  that they, do Iheir full work or straining all the impurities out of the,  blood.  Drill  for Oil   in  Manitoba  therefrom      shall,     when      measured  seventy-five feet, ahead of such lamps, ���������  rise stbove  forty-two .inches froan the 1  level   sua*face   en.   whiclt   the.   motor:  vehicle staaids."  The TisoLite brings the uppermost  rays dowai to a proper focaas theaeby  eliani-nating the 'penetrating glare experienced by car owners with aaighf  driving. Only tlie tippermost raj*a tire  refracted and the volume or white  light is not. lost. Many da-ivers coavi-  plaiaa ol* eye-strain by-constantly look-  ilng nhead for saiuill ruts aaad buaaa,ps  alirough the glaiing wltUe lights of his  ear.  "Visolites   fi'oan   the   driver's   seat  VISOLITE  TD AMCDKDI7MT  1 IVrtlltfl i&UEiil ������  HEADLIGH  BEFLECTOR  casts a.  slight green  rellectjott  above;  At.   least,   six  wells  will   be   drilled I Uie main beam of light thereby elim-1  dtirlng'^the  coming   spring' atid   sum-['hutting   eye-strain   and   nt   iiio.   same'  mer lu the Crandview, Man.,'oil siraK-H������"e ������"mc\������nt}V  oulliniug all   ob;ie<>ts ���������  .       ,.      ....^ +. inbove the lion/.on of vision. It is n������M ;  as dEllicult for light lo poaielriile at. wea  Tobacco growing iai "Manchuria, a  comparatively new industry iu Mint  a-ouaatry, ifl rapidlly gtiiaiing aui im-  portmaee. Maaichaariau (obacco is said  to be of fine quality, and is well, liked  not only by tlae Chinese, but also by  the "Russians and  Japainese.  tiire,     {according     lo    announcemejits. j  ! niade by \V. T, J loss, niaiiaging dlrec-  I tor  of   the  Ifro  (Jas   fc   Oil  Co.  This  statement  follows  the ne.W's  that the  ,  ,,    . Hudson's Jlay-Maa*Uind    Oil    Co.    hud  are  topping  anany ^tJu,, pnp(jlmBoil  wo ���������(!1.os  of leases   fron.  i Attractive    Style     1 endencies    Diatin-  j guish This Daytime- Frock ]  I      Shirrings  arc  entrants  in  the  new1  anode,  and  drapa-ries oaa   fa*oc.l_s  such as this model developed iaa plaid  I (alfela.    The  bodico  is tucked  at  the  I shoulders,   si aid   tho   top   of   the   long  full sleeves    extend    halo    Ihe    neelc,    forming, sis JI wore, a yoke effect. The  ������                 . ! dress slips oai over ihe head, and has  The Poor Man's Friend.-���������Put up in I a converted collar thait may be wona  small bottles that, are easily portable! closed to tho neck, or open as plc-  and sold for a voa-y small sum. Dr. taired. The foundation of Ihe frock Is  Thoanas" Heloct rie oil possesses pow-; straight, the cireulua- panels being  er In concentrated form, lis cheap-: shirred lo the pockets, which In turn!  ness and the varied vises to which it: are set onto tlao slclrl. A narrow belt  ������.'au be put awake it tho poor man's. lies at the back. No. 122������ Is In sl/.ns  friend. No dealer's sta.ck is complete IM, :i(>, US. -10 and '12 inches bust,, Sine 1  without it. ��������� ��������� :'.(; bust, acquires r>YH yards Jlll-fnch;  or;  ���������     \\%   yards   5-1-Inch   naaiterlal.   Price   2(1;  M.     Brlan.l,     fo.-elgn     tnii.ister     <������''!''^-^ woman*K (U,Hj,.fl ,s  lo achieve1  Fj-unce,   flflh   man   of   his   country  to: ,ha).������,���������,������������������. diriVront ������r.|>*Mii'������neia whhli  win the Nad.)������*l   I'eiace  Prl/e, must pny| draws  favorabh*   comment    from    the  observing  inahlie.     The da-slgns  111ns- !  I rated   In  our new Fashion  Hook tare I  origlnaled   in   tlie, heart  of   the .style |  centrns and  will help  you  lo acquire  1 hail  much desired :alr of iaadlvltlaaaUiy.  Price oi' ihe booh  10 cents the copy.  the la*ro this & Oil Co.  .Tordan:   "So he's n great inveaatoa  is he?    "What has he invented?"   . .,-  lens as it is' for a driver 1o see .through : l   ?��������� ���������������  "���������?*,  it wlndsbielai   when  rauuiig; w.ihoul.  ii   (l?,.  whulshieltl   wiper.     Tlie   Vlsollt.e   ev- 1 ^ ���������   .. ._       .},  Which complies V/lth the  New Vehicle  Act and are now being useari ort the  following  cars   in   Regina'���������' '���������'���������,-���������'���������  ijioutenimi-Oovea-nor Xew-laixtis.  IToi).   .Tames   a.5. 'CJardhaer,   Pra>m'*r. '  Hon.- S. -J.   T-atla,   Miiuster of  K^u^a-  t tioxi.  lion.  T.  C".  I>avis. Minister of Mtinat'i-  ���������-na.lia ies JUtd "Prov.  Sec.  1 Ion    3    A.   t'ross.   Atlorn������;y-Ci<?nei>al.  lion.   .1. M.   aHwK'la,' Minister of I'uljii*-  "VVorks iUtd.  Public  Health.  Hon.   AV.    J.    Patfrrpoit,    Minister,   of  Telephones  ������.n������l  Higli\va-.y������.. ��������� ��������� "i  1\.   .T.. X'-yfe,  .Supci'iutciKa.eat, oC  ll.ish-  \va ys. ' .  .?.   .M.   McLood,     Cleak     of    13xc,������iut.i.v���������  COIUK'H. .   _.  O.  A.     Mahoney,     Ooitmii������'siOiier'  'Pa*0-  viaicial  l'olic<->.   ���������   :  M.  .T.  Brait011.  Clii.>r of Clitv Police.  J. 11.   Hoff ernan,   City   Police   Magistrate. ���������....-���������  T>.   M������;lJoiiKal.  Jiispf-ctor City Police.  V*.   Toop,.Inspector ������'ity Police.  V>".  A.  White, Pi re fh.fef.  tTOV������i*ni������ont .Chi-p,    Provincial    PoaiCfp  Cars,    <)ity   l'olice,   .Taxi    and   many  others. '  This Tiwispai'cnl. l^ofloctei' cun a������e  :atta.������.'hed to any' motor cur headlight  In Ave miiiutos* time, thci* be in 14  suuacient'. room to fusion VlsolIt*yn he-  tween rim svaad Icjap. "When ordorhiRT  p-h-c malift of i*ur as tlscy ai-e iai;L<l������> In  Hi roe. .sixes.  If not slocked by your dealer they will  ho   nanilRd. m'������-pa.id   nt  $2.00   per   set,   casli   with   order  Special Price   io   IAeah-a\s  road . _5su-(.akos  W.   ;B.   S.   IVIFRS.'   AGENT  P.  O.   Box 276 Phone 8G07  s   St.,   Recalna,   Snsk.,   C.-in.  tends far. enough out fro'in the lens to  arrest the gflare orlKanjilinp; at the bottom siale of the reflector as well as  keeping- dirl. off alio lens d uri tig snow  aaad   Tor.  VI sol it os are  raia.de   of   ta   25   Kaiipte  ! RTeen    eelLuloid,    with    an   itluaaiiamna |  .   _      i rim. They are the result oi: more Hum j  "A .transparent  "Window. i]ivep  years    or    exuerinienliiiK    and |  "Urownle  I'or ciliocpUt-tes so you can tell "WlutPs-l st'teiLtihe tests.    Tliey aire amide to lit  CHAMBERLAIN'S  TABLETS  For  Good Digestion, Active Livicr  Easy, Regular Bowels, no  griping* no -ntiusea, only 25c  about.   $,ri,<nio   of  lite  -*p1ii,0hh   iiward   to  iheT'reaich tresisaary.  inside 'wlthaiht hiliaiff into tliem."  SO SHORT Of BREATH  SHE COULD HARDLY  DO   HER   HOUSEWORK  Mrts. Nelson Monro, Milfonl, Ont.^  ���������writes;���������".i: . haal liimrt mid ������urv(������  troaahlo, aviitl hopiatne ho nltort'6'f brotatli.  I coaalil linrdly do my luniflewoak, tund.  waua no nervous every little atouaitl I  heard  felt lilc.it u idaork  to me.  A frleanl oi! inlno roooaaaniendod  -A  snugly beltvef-ai the. lens and a*ian. si tad  eaan be taltnched to ttiay headlight,  (]ORNS  lose   <h������'ii*   iioi'fiu hs wheh    ,voit  \\>*\     Minnrd'u. Kcniovo    tho  luiral   sl'in  anil  ut.|������ly   1'reid.v.  How To Orcter Patterns  >\ddivf.r>-  -WJiiiiJpeK Koivspaper L'tiion,  I7C  McDeriiiot Ave.,  NVInnJpcg.  Vi\ t tern  No Sl/.o.......  The  Kicking!  Horse Tr<ill  Annuls   Ihe   lnijtorLat.nl   devadopianaait  pln.nrf. in eon ate c I Ion with Ihe Pittaudiiin  Niitlonnl   rtia-Us  in   10^7,   Is   the   tn.'W  motor lait^liwaay  in h������i Known  as  ''Tho  KlelilnK     STorse    rl'uill,"     which     will  throw  (>pt"ti)   prtu'lieully   ihe   whohi of  Volio Park to ntolor umrlsls.    II will  niltlri-'  pons I hie  it  new   IdKhwnv  loop ail  I it-houl   :H)0  inlh-s through   Ila^ 'lietarl. nl"  ! the  most "beaullinl    IMcKy    Monnlnlaa  1  ��������� senncry,  -1   OPFI-U  TO  1NVKNTOUS.,   RI5;N.������  for oiii'.fi-oo lint of inv-ontloaia wttiiletl,  niul   fieai  nilvicc*.   Thn  Hnmiwiy iCotirj-  pniav, lait-oiTiatloiml Patent Attari|������sy������,'-'"-iJ  tSniila  8t.t  Ottawa. ,���������..':'-."   \\ ,.;.���������;  /1l  HATCHBNG    EGGS  ami ohlolt'i rmm. 'Kuhlliltlbia--,.; icniroa"!  Itoaicw. Ilftdfli, itaul ;.11'tipn.ci.thd 'T^Khni-n'i  of hh;h *i$fi r������vna*i|. ' <��������� AVhiw'aii'.s at  iotidhu; pouhry hIiowh. 2r������,0(l0 Imoin-d  nlrctKly. wlildi hIiowh wa> Imvo 11. vaiilo  rr-anitnllann. Qaiiillt.v and Ma'i-vlro l;������ rmr  only hKNiiit Ivi������. AVrllo 1*01' a������r>rnatlliil <,"i-i'ia-  |,ir We p������iv tlan ilaity. KI-'HOIAI. MA IM "l T  OPPF.Tt. ACT OPH.MC.  j. A. Mnns, Poultry Fflrih, Fnrlbnutt. Mini*.  N'lillUa  1 ������   m*m   t   ������   *   4   ���������������������  io lilftltly T ffot n box of, thcym anarni  they did mo 110 much jjo<id T |jot tlto  Beeoiail box, and aaoav I nun fucdiii^ lilta  a dififerotat woinnaa."'  I.amrt niul Norve Pillm ������ro COc, **  taoac at nil draa*ffi*ir.t_> oar ("ioaterii, ov  n:pJ!cS direct on rcr.ojpt of price ty  Tlio T. MJJbtirn Ho., UwiUsd, Toronto,,  Out*  "Did   t licit.     Mr iu  dehls'.'"  "Ko.   U   railed   .-,  kii jniy ihi.'in."  rail     to    pay    Ui\ \  It   wouldn't   hava-  Por years - Mother <irnvi's' Witr.iu  tCxtiirnilnatl.oi' lifts ranked as a������, a-fllahlo  woi'iav preimiration! and II, always taiiiln-  tatlHsa its a-epnttiihna.  The allamelaM' <������l" the planet JWopen ry Is about ll.Utiti inila'S. or nearly  ;',!)   lOOtlis   Ihe   alhiiiaetcr   ol'   Ihe   a.'Sirth.  Kill w.-ar*". with  IVIiimai*cr(_  Linhnentt.  THERAiPIQN _H"������2  ^"h^R|pHEST S^r i_fm ^9Q^^ht-^li W^MjTB -jffii)  mutn Dl������������__������_. No.������lorOHi-an!������iW_������������IW'n������%������<������������<<'  liri.l.,Kb.RM':M������il.<*.n ltu,������*|-������n������. UO.HjVV'AJt n,,,ifl,j  ���������* Mall ���������HMO- (*l*l>������ l>������ram������������l <tir ttlB.fMl'. Ir������i������  ... rK^J.* .iKKIij' liASr, ���������xurowio. U*-'"- C_l'������������l������- w--.'-v;.;l ".'is-������aww,;  .rrixr.Tji,?.  ^iir\-������_"_^r~;-Q  ,^^^i^^P^ ������������������������������������  .-������-^--,r-.  4&  *"���������������:���������*<:������������������  ���������:v.������-v  ,.-. .,,.....,.. -.������������������:.��������� jT".  '" "'"'  ������������������--���������-'���������- ��������� _^->'"w .  w^���������^-���������j-mm^'v <s^i-;r^"  jJPliiltllPl  j*-  te^  &&>      -..-���������:*:a'^"  :g|  | and constipation have la-oublod nae for years.    T tried everything hut  s  JT;canvips^htuiiy stay >oin  CAItTER'S T.ITT1.K 1JVER. P.LL.Sis tan*  ?i%j|t_la^fel"?*e i have ever us-ed.-' I find that *they >are'small, easy5,io'  tjs*|I?^n,a--'flie1it:t action dees ih-ot.paitt me.   They ke&p me regular and'  I -ffithfrXmrttolirfjau. how I appreciate this* purely -vegetable medicine,  knowinaJr^t-Uer'te,, my experience In .laboratory work that laxatives,"  eontatning;-CMfSrcuiy,    Calomel   and   other   poisonous    drugs   "aye  injurious."    ~ *~;;y '���������.  CAKTT-R'S T.CTTI.l. JaVBIi PILLS are sugar coaled, small, eaisy  to swallow, and esrer>one -In the family can take   them  in perfect  conflji.en.ee as"they are a doctor's ovrn formula.   -  ?ti?e|ilRTl!}K*'S T-_TTT_K 1.1 VKR P1IXS in red packages 23c. and 75c.  Ne^f - Anaesthetic  '^r/- "'Discovered  Physicians   Expect   Bromine   Prepara-j  ���������Lion  Will   Supplant  Ether and  ^;*,.,.vGhlp:rofoi:in...:p-^:.-i-i.Jff:f .,-<-���������������..-,������������������.-.  l-Jther an^cKlorOfdrit! ���������wiliffaicefsecf-;  ond place as anesthetics if the..claims  nl' noted ^sUrgeOns itt"a meering-oF ihe  lieilin Medical Socle!j in i-egaa-d lo ;.'  new discovery called ".107" are sals-  tsii ned. '       ' .*- -if?  'i'he inventioaa is a bromine prepaa-a  tion   which, is introduced  into  the  ita-  aeaalnes  llrrbuyh   an     erieind'    in   "tlici  form of a    sbiuijoii    \Viiloh   -produces'  conipieto ' iinestliesia yih   a?very   short  .. lima-?. .-;:>:;        .[���������';  Dr. Krnest t'nruh, c!irector .0I" itie  Rudolph A'iicliow. Hospital., reported  i hat- oOO tests . were entirely successful. The doctor ;corilended'f that the  ticw preparationis -a'ta'������������������important pro-  gress and superior lo ether and  chloroform.  1'ii I aents treated with"' iho .hew .*ihcs~  tlwdi_ fall-into a deep sleep, while the  heart, pulse a action and blond, pressure  -I't'inain -ai6a.-nial.-i., ������������������-���������-.������������������  J^st Powell Heet' In ^Baltf <;:- y,,  Gerrna ny; is:;'Rabidly ThcWa'sihg Power  aa   An.l   :->,ri:^6f'Wer-:'Na\/yi^>":' ���������f������^$'^'  ���������';^One:lYun^ is  the   watchword   of   Ihg   new   C5erniaia  navy,  which  is    now-^jbeing    steadily  1SlpvectsrtKd Jns'st??^g|]i?f^% *���������'  J|be   f|ti|^atf|l f<a.a|^ 0%   show   that  ��������� |&ef������i attfeaipbn ||s ' ,,rji$irt"-;'''%    improve-  -^nents^in'-fl-ghtlW^^itU'LUit^t and na-  val eugineerjug.    The>   further reveal-  th"  tompary.tnejy��������� Jurg*    program   of  new colistructlou isow under way.  Slonfey-is voted-lot* continuing work  on four neAtr - cl'iiiser.-. of the lOuideia  class (the najneshi3������ ot which was  completed hi^tfxfesaiv,nnd is now iiaal-O-  ing a anaiden trip'around the world),  J2 bag destroyers- and one torpedo-  boat.  1  There  is   a   large   increase   in   the  vote   for  oil-fuel, -which   as  now xised  exelaasively  in all new ships, us well  as  in  the older    desaroyers    recently  coaavera?ed from coartl. to oil.  Underground     Chamber     Enormousiy|     ''"he 1act lhal elabotate experiments  Strong and Provided  With  Means    j are-being made to pea-feet the Diesel  for Observation--?'.'--. 'motor  foa* high-speed warships  is Vb~  ^^���������paddearbeH^p-,,,;,^ for the    first    time.    Germany  Working: on ?"Siient" TSai_es  Machinery Tested In   -  Huge  Padded. Cell  from loose? nnts?f������hough not of the-hii^  anaii vaa*iety, has just been completed'  at? the ?yv"0T]5S: ; of ftlie '<��������� Metropolitan  Vfclcer^ "'Electric Oompahy, ol* Man-  ciiestei*?fEaigiand. it is a proteetioti  npt?6nly '-fagainst loose faauts, but  against bolts, gears and screws as  well, for the "cell" is" a chamber��������� for  tesliiag iiigii speed machinery, -vvfhicii  is liable''' to fly to pieces itndei* fliti  rs'traln.-   f ���������������������������������������������.-.-.-���������������������������-   ...���������.--.       -.''   ...f ->:f;;""' '?  Fraiic*--'5 Perfecting''sMachrr.itfs-  ?Th'at  ���������aa} ...^-A-  ?Carth^t b������-oHeard?^-??������?:i-s;?sf;  -- Silent aeroplanes,:"pfjeinted:.tiie....cOlpi^  pf;jnight, vWl-tieh ;<GaiV;;iieith^. be^hejard-  oivseen. after   dar;kj.. T.ya.11.. soon   be  ;a?  j>racti<-*al f   ii'ccomplfshaiient "" of     the  "P*reai't:ii AA-iritibn S<ai*vice,' it is -reUabiy  S;lateU.:"���������'"���������'    ?"i;'   ������������������-?������������������-���������.-':'������   -. -?'.!-^-- ���������--..;������������������.- -;   a .  ''    Seveaf ^.ther ���������- nations ��������� :liave; i hoen  -working,^along ?the;? sa-������a<e   ]ines.   but  have    asot    yet    succeeded,      Itecent'  French   experaanents   with   new   wonderful silencers    have     demonstrated  that  tlae. 'plane  erriuippetl^wUih, tiient  ���������^puld'fiipt y^e? lae|S'ti 4^l# pfel?,^������ ������������������������'f,  S00  feet,  from the ground.     Within .a-'  short   time,  a,bspiutelyy"silent"'pianes  will Tj#^;_^iliY^'-o'P'.th^P.*oneh Avia-;  tion   Service, according  to   the   saitie;  reports. :....-.  The laboratory lias also been worlc-  iug foi* ittany moiatlis can the :cn?lesuon  of the color of 'planes and the e>;peTts  ltave decided npon. a- new darlc paint  which has the effect of, so suecessfially  blending t he 'plane -into the night atmosphere as to inake it invisible 'even  within?;ja? few huriured feet of the' land-  ing'Held."- v" '*   ?=���������������������������-'?-"?���������:  With   the ;.ko-called   "disappearing"  paint and  silent  engines,...'tlie   death-  You see it ey������ty>vhere: rr- the  pearly gray enameled "tyare  that  spells long  service and  may   \et produce the first high-speed  moEor cruiser or "battleship." ��������� ".vj  ?   Theffleet now itfi active service con- L  Sists.., ;.oPv, four   battleships    and    live [dealing qualities of the Jteroplane ,will  cruiseKs; Hvlth torpedo craft aaid smal-. | be increased enormously, in the opin-  ler vessels.    It is    now    proposed    to! ion    of    aeaonautLcal ' experts." Tliey  commission^:-noa-er?big;,ships, as the re-1 cite as an example a night attack" by 1  cent     stibstitittion.     of     civilians     fori Several? hUrida-ed armored--'piahes; in  sailors  in&ilsl-ore appoiutmonts iiasi  relea sed. many, rnore officers ������������nd men  for sea duly?" -T^lic new German fleet  , Wheii.a piece of such, machinery ita \ as already the most powerful force in  completed, it is. tested iia the chain Uhe Bailtic, and {it ihe present rate of  her, -vrliich is underground'.' and has?; progress its influence will soon be felt  waifs nirie feet six iaiches in fhicit-1 once more beyond 1he confines of that  ���������ness, composed oC wood, steel, bags of j sea  satui. aaa* scushiobiUg-space: and reiu-  forc-ed con crele... -It? is: large enough; to  take "Voters" 14 feet 6 inches in diameter, da* shafts ?>l<y? feet'-'-lbng.^ ? l.igli  spee'd motors turn the machinery tan  der'}test,.whieh. is >yatclied.from out-  Kide b*v-,.,me.an's bt.. yarions,. electrical  devices and fast camea-as. Iai addition,  "o-r"'"  Race Determined By Hair  Also   Shoivs   Sex   and    Probable  Scientists Are Told  flu man hair betrays    race,    nation- !  ahies^ sex? arid?yf probably     age.     the]'  American    Anthropological      Asso'cia-i  * eluding bomberSj upon an esetny.-.ci.iy,  or position. y_ >..,..,...;    ���������-..  Th.e .enemy aiiti-airei*aff. defences  would he immediately placed at a  great disadvantage, for about the oarty  ���������means;- oT: detection left? would - be  searchlights. ?f.        ���������     ���������   :    'a-  .During the World War the ������������������peculiar,  sound oE approaching Geruia.ai "planes,  ���������which to many people, teemed. 10 say  the 'woi*.ds- "I? will," acted as a suiTi-  cieht warning to-permit the "French  iir forces to get into' action.  real, 6ld-������|sHioned sktisfaction.  This splendid akitc_aie.i Vare,  S5MP -Pearl? Enameled I^atej  defies \vear and tear _and its  siarface, like all SMP Enameled?  !Ware,.������s so chissa-snaooth and ���������  c.ean it harbors no raassss or  impurities. -���������'���������'>���������'��������� ?--> --^ii<?.       . ���������:  You meed; po st^el wooE or special  cleansers to keep SJ_JI?-Pearl Wai-e  3" jariding clean. Soap aiad hot ���������water  o the tarick in a: Jt-fya..���������,-.���������;��������� Made,.ia:,:  evecy new handy .shape and siz������  by an old established Canaciia.fi ������n-'  thb Sheet Metal PaooucTs Co. 0l*������������Z*A'  MONTREAI.  B&MONTON  Age?  'de fen fling  The   ana_">st  important   advantage-.- of.l  aha^ discovery' I)i\ IJnrnlt stateal as .il'tej h.v means of'a Iio"te^ored; through,  ai tioa ot the Central. United SiifLes "-was!  tii el. 1 hat" tlie new^ anesthetic does not jshaftr a SpeciaV^escope permits-at:  t igformed'at itk'anntiaf naeefing in Chl-  eiidanger-;tl;i^'hcaa'l: lungs' and nerves;] tual scrutiny?oe^tli# iarferior ?of va?mov-1 cago hy ^j ^;'Bernsiein, of New York'  aud   makes? ������pea-atlons   possible   eveni ing.part, f    ���������..-.-'?;--.y^;. :?^v. ::*,:>":?      ^aaa<,    \ City,   a .student--at the   Universiay   oi  iai severe���������"eVis'es ot? puoiaiiionia anal ad-j     The"need for such, protection, is em-' chieago,   who  has  concluded  detaileo  vitneed   laaberculosis. ��������� | phasisrefl  in   a   recent    issue    oi"     ilaej experiments   \vh h   hair   ot   all   coloi'H  -HIT."  it -was said,    may    he     u^ed i^ci^nru,rlc ^magazine,. Nat^e^-whei*e.it! uu^  g,..,dcs_  without alanger of narcosis in old p^^-Js.^ All .Irishman's    hair,    for    instance,,  pie, and permits    operations    on    iliej or electric generator .driven by a \va> j auis different we'igrht  than an Italian's,  face,  nose and throat because au in-j ter o^^e^lt^^irie^iind running atj ann an old Irishman's hair, Mr. Bern-  -The "Oil   for the -Farmer.���������A .bottle,  of Dr. 'Thomas'   Eclectric-  Oil   in   the  farm  house will save many a .-journey  for t he  doctor.  , 11  as,. not only   good  for the children wheal taken with colds  anil   croup,   and   foi*   the   mature  who  suffer from    -pa-iris    and     aches,  thereat  tie of it in the house  Catapult Aero planes  Have  To  Been    SuccecWsfully ' Launched  ^   From'-1 Deck of Snips'?       ���������">  save-"'time,''it  is^ suggested?that  bait j AtUtntic litters apyr6a.ch.-Lng theit^ ;port.s.  s 3a-  s  and  \ parcets, 01*;. in except tOBLal^ases/'eveii  re are directions for its,use on .sick ���������. should discharge small, aeroplan  tie. There should always be a bot- j deri wi^ specia!ly'urgent mail  -of if in tlie-house. -'? ':-.'   ;       ���������-I -:-.   ���������-���������'��������� .- ������������������������������������'������������������r. .'���������"-.:;������������������-.   iu-^^'v/  :;.0!>a  revolutons   per  minute,  the ro- j stein  said lie believed,'������������������would she-  halation mask is not needed.  "Patients on awakening are not ta-ou  ' aating part weighs abotti 20 tons, and; tiefilxit0 tliifereaa.ee ftoatt ;> \oung  hleftfSy the?eioitenaeuf Enid vomiting! the energy is about the "same as that 1 uian������s ilair;  w  com  irion after, tlie appMcalayan ol ether   developed  in  a head-on  collision  be  ing   fourteen   cars  auile<5 an hotti*.  and chlorpforan;-'...- I  The? optimism ol" the repbrttng phj *(  sician is dnmpeiaed by ���������������������������tlie'- admission,  ihat  it is still  too earl:'   lo pabs  finttl  yitiflgnienl. on acoonnl ot1 only' r>00 tests-  litivlng boon made so far, but the doc-;  aors  agreed  that, there    is    a     strong; Doctrine   of Air  Must  possibility  of the new  nietliod event-!  ���������ually   supphintiug   Inhalation.   1 hough]  liveen Iavo a-ailroad ta*ains eaqh carry-1 porta nee in    the  35 * antSaropolog,\.  and   1 uamlng  at  This discovra*y has < onsifletablo jui  realm    ol  pliysicsii: of- thy Lord.  Mr. ilei'iislein said, iaa-; q   y  is a-esearchei-s may now have'  j passengers.     It'lias-  -already     h-Sfen  1 proved that aeroplanes* eari?bO launch-  i ed from the ,-eontlned??deckSi-o^v������hips  by the catapult system,-:,,,, .._,,.;.,.,,;-f-.,.  ,  . ,    ������     ������������������   . ... .      ,   .     .,......... .. ,  ������.      :     It lias been shown 1 hat. .aeroplanes  li-.ish-.     Thou liasl -beeai'laithfyul over a  few l     . ,    '      . .   - ���������''-^vii'-^^  t   , . T       .,,      ���������  ,      ,    ' ,. 1 wiah no human beings  on  board  "���������"*���������  -j th-_.BB.-I   will  make: thee: ruler   ������^?j be,^op^ed-on Ho,obj^c^  I many things;   enter thou anlo. the joy | ^^ ^laqU and it ls; ejected that  can  thirty-five  -Matthew xxv.  2J.  Stresses Need or Empire Po.icy  asiKitcli  hair 1o woa*k li'ion as well  making    anihropological  tions,  1  as skulls Ju '  da-'lerniana- 1  of I  be  Doctrine  Sea   Says   Bri-iish  Air .Minister.,    j  lu "ih'e  course of  Ihe debtiltv in thej  :';���������'���������  ���������JS  *���������<���������!  ���������q.  1  I  I  I'  ;aV  ?;*1  I  #  18  Delayed Punishment . j  An opinion was'expressed    by    "thei  in .10.000. j estimates, tho Minister    for    A\v   re-1 cently that wham a whipping sonteiice  icil   that  for  the  uea~*ds  ot  Great i has been  imposed  upon a prisotie.r; il  that" faiiiL   anal   die,   av3se   and  '���������  live! f,. j  Sing,  ye*  that   all   things    have   .������,  charge lo bless; ,  If   lie   1s   failhfail   who   has   sworn   to1  give, 1  Then be ye. also faithful to possess.'  ���������Anna   Laelitia Waring     j  1 will not count \    \  On aught but being fniahfaal.  ���������-George  this   range will  shortly  to one haandred mites?  be   increased  '"'t'can't imVtgine Vhy Ft>r<lie is^so  brainless:   can you?"'   ������������������"'���������������������������  ?'��������� -?--���������   ;''���������  "Why, no; unless the .poor hoy Was  hroughI "Up. on ti vacuum , bol tie." y,  nun-1  The essential fidelity of  KHot.  tlu> heart is  C|ke Eighly YearspOld   "^  Part'^iof    Cgcliefy; ctf ^t^r^njeiiri"'' :Arcti<^  ExP'aSd rtioh   in--1845  :V:  tMMiin atO 1������>ks thaat for the taeods of; should ho carried out imtaiedaatad^he { the  same, wha>fher it be exea;cised   in  ��������� the>l*haii)ii*(5 as a whpie, the dofclrlftai oa  tljfi air  intt^t?he.-: thefs(loctribe^of the  !f t^is?diie.1:m's*4/:iiipU^d:<''lo riyyil  ���������r.-������y  ���������T?  ������ai()d  of  I lu  lo   tMi-tf-'-'-is "Idepl'-'iai   the ���������;miascHim  Norihwa'sT Tea-r'uorles and   Yu-  Collows1, that  ���������'''���������J\i'  the  ^Cuke eMtt^ y^aVs^oltiHhifU; kI^U ; a^iaaion,'f"it:.riataarally;  near  l'uttare:Svlll ?!see-'frho developnien  of air ports, just jis our uutiitiano ac-  .pr^oaiei; e3ers.tjje 4aiU;f?l'lle assoclu-, j * avo nail.es or in a  n  .tljb',V'(clai'ili's'-"ihat in | genuine  raaihfiilnf ss  regal  la-easurv.;   the  of    alio    life    is  whether   at   be  <lis-  .'sUfsneuspi? awaltlng;;a?yioggitig over n\  d0^g^i*r������^ act of j playeal  in governing' an empire  or in  'ciueily; ���������'���������-���������W-liiie -aifeiiie 'members.; 01 r '""    "     --.������������������������������--      ^1.^., -     . k..  tho  association   were aiot. in   favoi-  equally   hesaaatifu  playeal  iaa go von  wrteing    an     oxe'reise.     Observe     I In  association   were aiot.  corporal   niinishniie.nl.  they  edf on? 111 a; ;f QVogo-jfa^  wi?re.  01  Unit-  Itott  hriineh;.of |he,,dt;*nai.*lment  ol*!-.,Uie   tiviii.es   deinanjii .,,tli,u a.n*Jalut,t*-iia-aa:a.c;u.., of  Hita-i-icn*.    The''leiakef'isruuuUv.y;of pqiii: 'si-tipcat;!.^:.;.}-       f?    >  ���������:,,,���������;--^'?. ^.' {;:  inicnaa. a' compouiul ,olf, Ijirer., ,1'tHs apdj   . Croydon    remains    an    ou|staii*(1iaig| ^    ,;,.  drliMl fruits, ami  wiis'l'o^nil iji a f!aciu>| ^aaiaplo^^ Wtaen utv l^skiano dies ho is wrapped  in Ihe s<iulh\vestern eoa'iii->a'"o'ii No'rila; hilt' 'i he "a'ii|>ialv growth'oi' nvUdion itnasi. [-'in his best 1'nrs, ltthl upon the tuia-  Drum oat J'.eechy isl'ttnrl". In ilie-Ave-1 Itmvlfably hrlaig fin its' traib. extended i da*a, aaid a cairn of stones built oxw  lav the Cannilliin Areilc lOspfMliilon i I'tii'LHl ies  for Iho  I ran sport of past-en-! hlna.  slriking fuel ihnt our Lord..does 'lipl'j.  say, ".lie 1 hall is ttiit lifail. In 1h;tr which':  is leasa will be faithful also in niucli" :  hut "lie that in 1'aithl'ui in lluu wiiieh-j  is'lnast Is I'ailhrul talso 1n much," ���������-��������� \  '-���������Frederic^'.  I^itrraar.     i  Sic,   l>>'   IHO   t.. aill 110 l;i 11   ninir   i-������ a iii-um imii /  of 'l!)2:i which found the ettel-te among  otliiM' ovhlfiict'H of Ihe f iage<*l y 01*" I he  espeditaou led by Sir  in I sir..  John   FraiiKliu  Tho  liniguHieenl     Indian   'In    gohl,  seaah'l anal blue with minnow  turban,  '$'  :������������������->'  '.<r.  ;..jrt:  ������������������ V  M'1  .ft  who  laka  hi   Ilia'   II  lasod   to he  aer's vatlo  >h  lli������>i  lueii'.s  hills,and  coals,  lyde   IMvk   llotei: ha''|.on(h-iiay  Iaa |iro-\vur tlnysi i'la'o Kail-'  gen's mail goods. .fTlio rapid expaaisioti j  ad'  nla;; tiaai.HJ).oi*t, deiiianclB ena.evurise;!  Iniltiitlve, and a long view lit consider-.'  lug uaa extension of air iioil   fiielliiios  iu 1 lals country,  Sooaiea- or hat or Iho liadtaslrital. north,  Willi   its   giant!,   commercial   laila.Mcsts,  will  have to he linked up hy air with  -ii'lae,-rosf-of ��������� In? Vot'ld. iuad tlUViitaUnlct-.j'.  fi'alll'.y' which' Is" suHlclotatly ot\iminis  j"  ���������Ing, lo tial'.e .the .initiative in. this ' all- j  rectlun will gultv all the udvuntngrs of;  boliik  an  on/repo!   for  Ihe Norllt, tit**  C.'oytiou* ;.i.o.j\V>ftl(B . py^ being' till t*i������t.i',������*"  po1 IVn- IlieSoaalh.  ....,,, AKeenlnQ Up,,Wjtli th* S-Sylo!  '   All's Well' on   Main'"Strfto't  In Fort  ^Itupsoai,    North     West,    TeppltorleiH,  says a special ulircU'.^s desptilch In  Ihe Oulgai'y IFerald. HaiTy Camsell,  toaaHorliilist exfa'aordlaaary, is buck  from hi?H wlrUor <vap liai.p nnalthe  belles oi'   alio' riuh-Arcilc  post, whiles  .:nnil duiiliy lndlaiji-a nialdenH ..ai.lllu), am  llulng   \ap y^or r,Uie! lit lost,   p.ObH  iHlifcutfloav, a.lit JiIcIcIImU, .tfjoitaj. . }.  .and  NnviM' Ju'ilge 11  imiii   by  ihe  ���������11* otil   In his own  beh:������lf.  tiillc ,)ie  M  ISS  ALL ILTllWe  Eczema on Face and  Body. Cuticura Heals.   ,1. ', ���������-y.  "My baby Is face nnd body wetfe  covoied with eczema. It broke ont  in blifttors and sort eruptions, aivji  hc could not sleep on account of the  irritation. 1 und to Keep mittens on  hta h������nd������ to keep hian from acrutclir  ing. He warn croon all the time, and  hlH clothlnij aggravated the break-  in pr out.  "I uHed other remedies but,they  did not help him, I began using  Cuticura Soap and Ointment nnd in  a. few dayit I could ace a chiinge, and  in aboni a moarlh he wn������ healed;'!  (Slpned) "Mrn, Katie Davidson, Flat  L������ikpr Al|(t������ . ,, ��������������������������� ;\ .:;,:?", >?' ^  ���������fl Cuticura So*p, QlntinentandTu.1-  tiuin are ldca.1 Jar slally toilet usea,  _-r-pa������:'atMi_ tm-bymxtki.  aiMi-m. r^.nju*.  Ii.������n������<   *������Ui_Jm������m t������4������ UwaUfctO.*-    t"r������fl#, Sak|>  UM<T,  (tl������ilm.nt M> KHii Itux,   La^uuiu -������������-. , , .  CmUoiivm. Shavliak S.icik ZKc.     ; 1  r>iiiir-finiiirii-|f)i'iiii-iniiiriiir-ii~i'iiiT-i���������*iiiir*"iiir*"'iiii���������nirniw-"ir"r,,'^rrJ^TT*^rrV'i-rt",B,  Fly Five Miles a Minute  j        . ���������    J; ,  i  j Speed of  New Mystery Seaplane Built i  , For Oreat   Eritain  j . II will, bo pohsibhji lo reach UrlKhtoia  1 from l.oiidoat iai leia aninul.es on' aha.;  j new niyslei'*** superniarliie Napier Sti  land (lloHler sc>ti|>lunes which lifivt-  j been built-to rcin-eseiai Creat Ilrltaln  j In the'.SolaitehiVa' Cup race at Vienna  j in Suploiubor. Jk-tich, fa .i.s ant-icipnteal.  'will 'be 'capable, of a speoil of live  i miles a  Juluiliu, These  rnrrlilff "jahnacas  ���������\vhi<*h have, boen vel'erriHl to tin "lly-  ; haa? Ian I lets," ur<������ ifttied wiah secret nn-  ', fijues   of   enomaoias   power,   but   with  a.  nitlm.  lit,. r-c-dv.e.'.Mi   Lo   :���������.���������!.  '.tb.--.o!u<������  nalni- '   ������-;  Hal-Old-"Is   Gladys   eu lea-tain ln������?"  VVilliaJji  ������������������ "3' .should   .--a;   -���������-���������������a     5   la!l;  ed   to   her   about:   auy.sell'  all   evenlaix  and she never itatetTU|>t������ul iue once."  "Money   doesav'l   wrow  on   a'rea-H.   hut  atauch of If Is obtulueci: by giufalnpr,  Tlie  aniin   Aviah  a  Krievjiut'e to other.*).  Kl'ieVailce     Is  Minard'ct   Llnlamfrmt   BOoth������K  tired   f*e1.  Once a School Teacher-���������-  Later a Faamoaus. Physician  A younK man wiio'was brought upon a farm in Western Pennsylvania  quail n.d  for district school teaclaor.  Furtlaoa*   purstiinK   ii.ta   BtndtoH   and  toachUag, hcmanacedl to������nve etiontch  mnaaoy to mat laim tbru medical col-  leRe.  He boenn the i������,a'ctico of medicine in tho 110V oil titectloti of Ponn-  Bylvunli., and, often . rod -ft .aor~o-T.aclt  tlaroaiR'h tho woods; tto r^nch and ra������  Hofo thojio who war������!) seriously 111. Mn  was a student ot nature,, knew  and  easily, rceoKnlfcod napat of the motile-  \ jalauth yrawin'K In ^!ie woodw.  j      Finally,    lao    niorei):    tn    BufCalo,  ,  N. Y��������� where ho launched hlstavorlta  j   rt-maedieH. and, in a rnhort time, thoy  '1  woro sold hy  oveiy driiBrsSst iu tho  '   laud,     Today, tin* jiwaip oT tJtl.'a mars,  I  tho lnf:<������ Ba'. It. V. l?lorc!o, 1h ItnAwn  I  iha-ouRhoiat  Uio   world.   ,H1������   Golden  Medical Discovery is tlao bos I? "known  Keaawnl    tonln   for   b at 11 ������1 i 11 B   up  .  atreaaRth, rostorlaiK  tmpnlted  tlasuoti  and enrlehlnfc the li.nod.    Moro llnni  "  fifty million bottles  inavo Ia������eainoIil  1  In tho U. 3.    If youi* <hmatr-hat do"*  not sell It. In  IIqui ill nr tnhletu, you  !   can obtain a .rial p'teic. of tlao tablet-  ;   by HoiKriiUH H>������" l������������ lJ-i> P2������������iu</a Lu-a-oi"'  mory In JJiidiJoburB, Ouf^ THE eSSgTOR  BBV5BW  ������(_������__.   vrrsBfe^rs ������_?������**.  see* w esssastg  imme ffeatta-res efio-alai not be a serious underatakmg.  ,. .���������       . ���������     ^      ������,^,       The eentaT__l idea ia to  tnnke tha  ���������*_..*��������� -f ^ *,*. f ^��������� ������,__    ^ay *-  Subscription t ������2,l������uayear in advance  63.0������ to U.S. points.  O. P. HA'sf-ss, Editor asBt. O^sae?.  CRESTON. B.C. FRIDAY. APIS. 9S  Conteder&iiom Jubilee  gFkVm    _aV���������S"������__  "Hjr**    -V-Mt*-;  sr  os  possible atftei-d-ande from  the various points io CFesfcoa  Valley;   and not only attendance,  being*   wortby  WWKMI.O-..  of    S_HS__    ������������  .CAN*���������  \JO.JLf.  '������_-_a*. I ? ?'"-!?Ii_K6- fFois SAXr-5���������Ma������?on 'fty-lsirgels  vV'Cr I S?an*fg������'''fnittet-l dais: finish, good aSD.a?>  ���������v Ml  USBS9E������&! ��������� wis% w__������������_el_���������������5jrei _s ������__3 r&8*_"������������a Siajpp������!**-       l^sg. SAS-B-  pa^ear.t aau assy and all who tiave j tlast should doubly assure th������ day j8-!"*. ���������* *���������* ^:iim^;*S!i.;  -Straw _aeff?y pilots,  ideas along this Sine  Sosne tiisia  before  tbe  mon.n ia  out it is hoped a h\& central com  xuittee   repre������ienting  all points between Sirdar and  Kitchener wiii!  be at work arranging a final plan  for tlie "V'talley'a  celebration of the  sixtieth anniversary   of   Canadain  GonfedcrstisK.    At Cresi^-v repre-  sent-atives of   the   Women's Inst!  tnte   and   Board  of   Trade   have  i-ongh drafted  a  programme  that  will    stand   some    additions    and  pfgihjfcttlv  nnmA    ersBur������*^   and    in  order that   all   other poirtta  may  have eomethins  to   work  on  the  Review is  asked   to outline  what  Creston has in mind   for  a  observance of such a rest occasion  IVVMj  bfs ���������Bt.eSr*'  fully heard from. The forgoing;  as*������ Just soszao of the ideas that hsv������  been put forwards iDmihfclegs tber������  are as many more* and beta>er ones  than these���������and all off them wilt be  worked  ont   if    funds and    time  ' - --' S������5*WAW1BK3Ev-S,'S'  DuuSapan������i ���������-  ieoo.      ���������  ':_PJ___M_Ja.-  _3������__i_e*osy  ���������oA '��������� *������fi  an ?-San ��������� s-algesS, $5 per  Ai" Wislshiilstit Csss^sasuyf f  fitfcisiE I s^������������*f������tin*i  It will be felt  that  the day haa  -srhat may he  termed   its "series.*?"  aide, as well  as entertainment fea  tares, and with this in mind it has  been thought well to get tho former over with first   and   to that end  it is proposed  to have a  parade of  all the -school ehildaren. each district  raarcning as a separte unit, as well  as a parade of the  returned meru  These latter will Brat of all  march  to  tho  ss-onassent and  deposit   a  ^r-sath     and     then     return      to  a central point at which the school  diuuFei. wii* also havo rcaaeheaa  oy,  say,  11  a._n.    This central   point  has  been  suggested   as either the  Bank of Gssssssros corner or at the  monument,     where     a    speaker's  stand will   be   erected   and   from  -which   a   well   known    Canadian  orator will give an address sketching Canadian history  prior to and  since eoaied*rs*!on= Along with the  oratorical effort   will go   patriotic  singing by the massed schools and  citizens wis-h t-he b%nd  for acconi-  paniment.  This '*serioo8" feature will term  inato very shortly after 12 o'clock,  when it is suggested that as many  as possible adjourn to the fair  grounds for a community picnic, as  it were, for whioh the committee in  charge will supply hot water free  of charge, and at whioh location  there will bo refreshment booths to  take care cf those who do not care  to bring along the old time picnic  basket.  Atjo_������*b -.8������ p-m. the afternoon  features of the celebration will com  mence, and will include every possible line of athletic sports including  features for the Indian . in costume**  If it can be arranged there will be  a tennis tournament and the baseball teams from the outside sohools  will play five or Beven innings con  tests for the Valley championship.  Either from an outdoor platform  or   in   main   exhibition   building,  there will be prizes offered for singing national songs both for soloists  as well eta sohools,   and  there will  bn similar prizes for elocutionary  effort on   patriotic   numbers.    On  tbe same platform youngsters  will  parade in  Canada-ill  costumes and  prises will be  given' for  the  moat  attractive   "In this detail it is hoped a spirit  of keenest rivalry will  he aroused  by   confining e^me of  the competitions  to tingle ������&n tries  ?rc_z_ seboo! disirictn, and for child  ren under and over, say,  ton years  of age.    In   addition,   too,   prizes  tfiny h% aivm-o for the most  attractive   couples, using tho name  ag*  limits.    FriMS will also bo   given  for tho best dreoaed  Canadain   boy  and girl  on pon.r&a.    And if there  are   instructors   to   handle  it   no  doubt tho oldtime maypole  will bo  in ftvider.cft.    With the  exhibition  huildittgti    available  for  dressing-  rootrnn the putting on  of these  dor-  Jubilev Privileges  Editor Review  Sib,���������Before arrangements get  too far advanced in connection with  the Confederation jubilee celebration I think attention aho-ald be  drawn to the fact that aa the day  is one of great national eigifioance  any profits that   may   be  made in  ���������,     -with   sTseh   sr������    wuair  should be returned bx> the coram un  ity���������as far as possible to every  communiiy helping make the day  a success���������and with this idea in  mind I -would ask that the committee in charge see to it that no  favorites are played.  My own idea in   this   connection  is that every community organization in    the   Valley   shouli   have  a refreshment privilege free of cost.  At Sirdar the ladies are building a  c^smrnunity hall and   might  not be  averse te running a booth.    Wysn-  dsl has   its  Kill   Kare  Klub that  may also wish to, in   like manner,  participate.    Creston has a Women's Institute that does  a splendid.  c������_5_n_*������_nit"*r work? at Cassyon. fefesH*?'  is the    I-adies*   Community   Club  that has a  hall debt to  wipe out.  At Erickson there is  also a community hail project largely backed |  by the Oirla* Whirlwind Club and  to let them in to equal   and   bene-  ficial advantage I would like to see  an open  air  dancing   platform  in  operation, the committee to supply  the lumber for same and the Whirl-  winds make a nominal  charge per  couple   for  each  dauee���������:and   probably   a   little   variety   could   be  introduced by them offering a prize  for the    best   dancing   couple   in  Canadain costume, and  and  other  such features as the  club management coiiid think of.  On the grounds there is the big  main building and also the curling  rink whioh will give all these  organizations really splendid accommodation at a very little get ready  cost and with upward off 1500  people on the grounds that day  wishing refreshments there should  be a satisfactory financial return  for all.  Some time ago Creston Women's  Institute bit on a likely idea of  planting Memorial Anemic to maple  trees. With the money made on  jubilee day what couEd be more  appropri te. Or if not trees, there  there is always the cemetery beau-  tifioA-tion work, or a swimming  pool that may be available if Mr.  Edmohdaon's offer of last fall has  not heen withdrawn.,  Too,   by    giving    the    different  districts a chance to shnro in what  ever profits tho day may offer, surely   Creston    could   look   for   the  PRuViKCiAL aEST.88'5 AGT  Creston Electoral District  NOTIOIC lo here  ��������� . UetrftttVir jelvon ttu_bl tahatai.������tt Mora  Any, |h������ 16th any of "Many, ma. mat the hour ot 10  o'clock In til* foiHmoon,    *  Grcoton. hold a. ulttlt-ai; ot i  for the puttMMw ot ������_w������lfifr thA H������b aatvotaeort. afoi  the wild felwotoral dlftUlot, anal <o( hrMurlnir and  dotArmlnltrair any wail nJJ ohJofttJonu to tho ro-  tcntlon of any aaamo on too uavad Hat, or to ta������c>  ���������MgHraatratiain ee a. voter of twny mvvilesMt tor  rotfiiitn.tion: auul ttrc tlio othor puir_)Oft������u net  forth in theJ������iHM*hvoiiU 1.1.00-aAaw1 Act, .  Dated tt Orestim, IJ.C, this atfttlt. day ot j-prtt,  lul.Mimi' <et v<otmrs.  CaNMton MlnMrtoral plnttJot.  .wi.  <m  &^0mm^^MSs������mm^^^'���������  9A09Wses fa������ m^^w  -*5*__#V  PRCOUCT OF  ������iAc_i.^s-E-in_-/  MOTORS OF  UANADA  2UMTTED  A^LRHAOY yen see o������ __b������ __lgli"������rays the e^ctssice ������������ tbs  a a.   popusar acclaim witit which the New -tad Hsaer  -pG-tti-sc Six is _3������__ag -received, A!_?easfy e_-tS-ttssiasfi������ e-^sr___f@.  hy the thms^sssds are >^ho!e__.ea_-*ed3y e__d4>rsiasg shls i_a-_������  ausual car���������aare praising its aataraesting beauty, its lotrtg, low  lilies, its fleet-aess, iats countlesss new gyfjnemea-ts^ its uprto������  th&txunut& c&mpietextess.   Even -cbeic most optmusdc cs.������  "D^Ct������_tE_%������_S feslVe 5y������������* *3M*Se tjk^** 2*������&lh&d Sg2 fl%g ^������������f S_8*_f  Finer Pontiac Shelf you have not sa_������*_i and inspected die New and Vises  Fosstiac Sax aat elese _ra_ag&--a-f you have aiot investigated  f-fin* rj*ew. to'^er s^scss whisdt* ass ra������glr_������������<gr _??������._2.*iac Si.-* fJkse  out-^nc-itiig car value of its fieald���������you owe it to yoautfself  _?ora ih. the Ne-wr asulFhsas* P������  S  i  Sf-s, Gensmtiwl M������������ot3 presents its latest achieveaaent-���������iats  mm&vire* te tk need for a atsfuSy iiae, Uyw^pric&d sbc-^ymsder  Ycxs taise invited to come ha and -see it for yourself,  P������-20SO  HANSON GARAGE  CRANBROOK  jummii  SftS-HO   aOF    *%������U_A1__IT a     S-UCa    1*11     COIHlblll-SCS  with good WEARING QUALITIES  =_S_5ffi  ttit:ffi'fe!  Penman's Hosiery for Women  Silk and Lisle, all colors.... 75  Silk and Artsilk, 4-ply heel,and toe _,       .05  :.. Girls' SrSose in.Kewpie Fine Rib  Sisefl 4 to 9J, prices 35c. up  M^-fl.g'^r _-M        _-_rfl-S'&-flyrlT    _���������>   ^A M B __i'   ffl -S^PBT    BM-tft-l CI    ^_^r ^__5**__&������__T ���������  SwSttt*   -rffB tr^^-O^r  Watson's Underwear for Women  "Ladies' Vesta, V nock and open styles, all sizes 80, 40, 50, 60, 75c  Extra out sizes in Vests and Combinations.  wwyywwm  CniT'f^'T"  il a. Ba-_t^-__r fi  E^^^^^^^ ^^^^^_ ^M_Hk ^^^       |^^ ^^^^ MSmm   Smtth ^_^ngg^ w ^m/mag^^        .mSlsmSSm.     SSmSmm.        *|gMK   gu|aga|^^ MN| |H__      ���������Hi Bbigk        j^^  *h_b^^r^t^ik ^o rffljL Qnt^jAti'fflht>   aj^*_*__       mmT^LKjlW~S\WmW__BIB^^Bm'^*ffl *^&*a^a^y  WM^mM wm   mm ^^mM   mm^u^m    mm    nn mm    t ajTM^^ mm   w. mm   mm |tl|^ll_!r^lM WM^^mM  mMwrn" rffiFiaiaill   wM^m  HBHQfiSla   B   B EL^HLg. &_8!l_W_l VM B    .fffla   B  n   ������ mm  ItmMlnrt  wnm  H  __i *-f  was**������   B^WMtwanttrvmy   ������������������������������_���������������"  B Bszs&z  A. S.    Savant*   and  sa, sapaF-row siaee  just home fyoro Kianberley- and  wiSJ spend the nest few weeks at the  Isvsas   ranch,   ora   which     stumping j  Rosedale. Alberto, for some months  past, ib back again, and intends to'  reside here per_.1a_.e_.tS2r.   She 5s going  into poultry, and has just  taken de*  iivery 05 about 100 baby chicks*  Miss Patsy Dodds of Briekaon  is a  operations are receiving considerable | "Lister visitor this week,  the guest of  resent*. - Miss Annie Yerbury.  statement of the year's business was  submitted by Manager John Bird, and  adopted.. The new boated of directors  is 53. J. _-_a.ihot.se, W. P. Edwards, H.  tX~.-~-J*     CI    T3������_���������._.._       A      Tm   'mm     *--.-      *���������.__2  S3.Ka.uSm te > arwrcire, __u JC..  p.  Ogl'DQUrai  attention at present*.  Geo. Chudley left a few days ago  for Ladner, at which place he is  reported to have purchased a two-acre  possltrj*?foszn and wis! be ares-dlngls.  future.  John Finiay, ' who has been  working ut Yrair, for. some .time came  back on Thursday last, and is expecting to be a permanent -resident on the  ranch here from now ota.  ���������. .���������*������������������ ��������� .t,  A. ILatoUle was in from Kimberley  for a few days last week and bias made  Princiruil J^nba and a\f ������������o and Vera  Lister were motor visitors to Sand-  point. Idaho, on Tuesday* where they  were making a call on  Evans.  MissTFaossie  m������sm  ��������� ������������ ��������� -������������������������-"������       ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������www.  fan    onroa  John Finiay, sr..,is back again after  spending a week at Oreston with* his  daughter, Mrs. Jory. Jack Jory accompanied him for a week's holidays  at Lister. '  H. B. Dawson of Cranbrook who  about thiee years ago purchased 20  acres opposite- the Bird ranch, is here  with his brother and with the help oi  E. Humble of Canyon, and Frank  Tompkins and team aof Erickfqn, is  butty clearing and ploughing the front  five acres of the place, which he intends to seed to.alfalf.i.  There was a representative attendance of shareholders at~ tbe annual'  meeting of Lister Trading & Supply  Company, Limited, on Thursday  Might iast, with IS. J. Malihouse occu-  Mrs. Frank Baker, who has' been at I pying the chair. -   A very satisfactory  on   his  place   to   sweet   clover   this  spring. . -\ ; :.m .���������  Mrs. Yerbury, who has been at Kitchener the piist three weeks with her  daughter, Mrs. McKee, arrived home  accompanied by her grandson, who is  to spend .Easter at Lister.  ���������Geo. Hurry is home from the Win-  Jaw eaoap for a few days this weak  stapsrvisiiSS 5S3rln_. work on the ranch.  I  a  __l AIM f" U L'l  -MB  I  a?-*******"-*-"  mtsal  Roadster -and Touring���������$ 867    > |  Coach��������� ���������:���������.��������� ��������� ������������������ ���������:��������� IOCpS .     1  Coupe��������� -r'��������� ���������;��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������  1025 .���������  I  >���������_t>9---i*6i-  ���������lsf <gr ueiavery ��������� ������������������  t Includes Bumper, Spare Tire, Motormeter.  One-Ton Truck -r ^ -���������--���������. ' 823  I AU kinds of  Used  I'- . ������������������  For Sale  Miss Grace Kendall, school principal  and Kathleen.. Porter, teacher of  Division % left on Thursday for their  homes in Heison, iW ������,���������_������ Easter* holloa ys.  Sana Ottlejohto,-bookkeeper at the  Sash & Door Company, left on Thursday for Cranbrook; where he spent a  few days,.  Misses Ellen and Mildred Andeen  and Esther Nelson left on Satnaday for  Cranbrook, where they are spending a  few days with relatives and friends.  M iss Al ice M<61 Ander left on' Sunday  for Ca'anTjrook,fwhet*e she has secured  a position, relieving for three weeks as  stenographer in tbe C.P.R, office iss  that town. We all wish her the be^t  of luck.  Misses Nellie and Phyllis Payne of  Creston arrived on Saturday to spend  ..Ji������ IsHster Ssolldas's with Ver������s. and  Hazel McGonegal.  Z. "Serous naade a business t_ip to  Creston on Saturday, arriving back on  Sunday. Andy Lovestrom of Cares*  ton was a motor business visitor here  one day last week. Jitn Dodds of  Erickson   was -__������������������ isotiir ctillsr ������n- Suk=  AM..  Geo.' Begg, woods foreman for Putnam, Painter & Staples, was here on a  short visit on Saturday. C. W. Allan  of the Imperial Bank, and C Moore,  surveyor, Oi eston, were business callers on Monday.  Alex, Ellis, Charles Russell, Jim  Sonia, Ed. Hardy and Pat "Marine?  left ou Sunday for Nelson, where they  have all secured wo.k.  Mrs. E. Driffil got back on Sunday  from a visit with friends in Cranbrook, Mrs. Nj P. Molander returned*  ftromfCsat-bnaokjbh Monday, to wnieh  which town she had been with her  daughter, Aiice.  Miss Helen Heise of Cranbrook is  here this week on a visit with Kitchener friends.  Lewis Simpson. Aiphone La Page  and Clifford Foisy left for Cranbrook  on Sunday,'where they -were guests jit-  the Easter Monday hospital ball.  "V-J  PALMER   &.    i^lAXwELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  Fred  house  wi.l-be a resident<:he.i9e thia sumtii.er.  Smith   is    busy   repairing   a  on   Kitchener, Heights,   and  MEAT MERCHANTS  ssss  |TRY OUK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAMP BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEEb. PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMS  ������3&JM%i������vaj   _gJL.fJi-._r_ *���������������  Ea\j%J&* M ������&M   B?\3%JMJ  increases egg production nnd produces better poultry.    Buy tho best.  fCJIlJf ������ff   m^ar   m _3i  BCt mswmeisrm m mna*mrPem������<m   mYmagr mmm_ni_f_*r_k  ������������������"a    W erwsc -ffn.afftl m ���������jiHOI m    WmWir    mWJrmSJrmmW  Monev Gives Gonfideiice  inose who have money carry oa  tfesir v.rork isa isle -with greater ������ob������������  dence. A Savings Accx^mt wittifliis  Bunk if added to regularly even with  small sums will soon give you the  confidence tfoat^ only the possession  oi money-can give. There. ������& a Savings Bank IDspartmesEt at every  ssra-ncn @f this Hc=5ik*  -O. W. ALLAN,  Of C-^^a_t_-__i_t%_  _^*aSv__,_5r*f,^^s-������_S  ������������������ A t_Trf-*4arc*_*  "i__-f__a-5 i "4_^l^ _-������B^AjL-^������--i_C-a?9  -B-_>*  Meneger.  BxsaaB^mmwmmmmmsm -  end Money  M^^^  HI  USttC  sold atallfo^aiicJies of this  Bank.  9HmY are safes  coiaves^ieiat, and are  t   readily casKed iia aU paras  of the w^orfd*    ������������������������������������:'.  CANMMAN BANK  mzi  ssoss  SSS532  installed in Console Cabinet made  hy Mc'Lagan.  Cannoi ti$e surnassea' ay anvitafiM in if%adiom  Xjovrer prices and can give easy terms. Will be pleased  to have you call  in  and hear our machine any  evening.    Everything in Radio Batteries.  D-flf A fkl! if*  ^"^n     ^RH     WmM jBt^B        B^^nt9���������^.     |_^_[ ^_^^V ^^.    ^t^tS*a  T"5P"^"ffl"^^      frlHSfiwffl!''        r&^W       *ff^      ^aaiaii    wsmt     tM_11 ^HUhaJP"^  m%mm\        ___       _8H__''     _B_        mmWSm.    __-M  laf afi Di _5na w3 mm  A Wedding of particular Interest to  Kitchener, people .was -solemnized  at the Baptist parsonage at Nelson  on Wednesday last, when Miss  Mary Haptonstull anil El wood Merritt  were united in   niiirriHpe.  Mies EtTae Arrowsmith of Creston  arrived on Saturday on a visit with  Mr. und   Mrs.   Abrahauasou   and Mr.  and Mrs.  Driffil.  ��������� ������  Mrs.   Poster,   wife   of   the   O.P.R.  aRenb at^Yahk, is here on a visit with j  her daughter,   B1i*i.   Victor Miiiur, at  the Sash & Door Com puny.  Miss Laura Andeen, who is at lausi-  npss college at Nelson, arrived on  Thursday to spend Easter with her  parents, Mr. and Mr*. B. Johnson.  W. Arb, road foreman, has started  work on the highways, and we hope  to see the travelling In good shape in  very few days now.  Geo. Dill and Jack Annable of  Nelson were motor visitors here on  Friday calling on friends.  O. R. Pnulnon of Spokane is here at  present^ on a business visit to the  Continental Lumber and Pole Company.   He arrived on Fridny.  MisseB Mildred Andeen amd Clara  Hunt are home for the Easter holidays  from 0,-*eB.on, where they sure ttt high  school. Miss Olgat Nelson, who is at  high sohtaol at Cum brook, as also home  for the week's vacation.  B. B. MncFurlane whs a bualness  visitor at Oreston on Wednesday,  arriving buck Thurt-day.  Misses Laurai Andeen ahd Edith  Geroux left on Sunday for Cranbrook,  ������vhoro thoV are spending a few days,  and then tho hitter will return to  Movie for n few days stay with hear  sister, Mrs. St. Denis.  Mrs. H. Yerbury and daughter,  Irene, who have been, visiting with  Mrs. Douglas McKee the past three  weeks, left at the first of the week for  fthofr home at Liater.  A dance is announced for Iltint'o  Hall on Saturdny night, April __lrd.  Mre. Lleler11!* orchestra will offlcinte,  and all are welcome.  There is already an abundance of  the wild astrawberrses in bloons on the  southern and western slopes of the  hills at Alice Siding,  "Bversii-d Constable is spending the  Easter week vacation with Reg.  Smith at  v/est Creston.  Miss Morgan, evangelist* and Mirs  George, had their bible study this  week at the home of Mrs. John Mai-  ���������shall. -������������������-..  "=.?���������' .-���������;������������������'���������   ���������-��������������������������� ���������   ---  The b.ass finhing season has opened,  with Jack Smith the first to bring-in  a string, which he got at Hood's  bridge late last week.  Mrs. Consttable' and children got  back nn Thursday last from a short  visit with friends at Vancouver and  coast points.  1927 asparagus, packed in the family  garden was a feature of the Easter  Sunday dinner at the home of Mc.  and Mis. W- H. Mather. Now let's  hear ti'Gi������������ _a^us,c������**>**iGok  via kaisruar.  as the dam across the big slough, and  the rest of the trip was made on foot,  including the  hike home as the trans.  porttation failed to turn up, but all got  back   safely   though   a   trifle   weary.  Bats and  puck  rats seemed to be in  possession  of the old house and after  climbing around the rocks on the main  land the paintings were  seen through  field"glasses on the rock in the slough.  This was reached by paddling, and it  was found that water, had washed out  the paintings so that St wa& *hard to  say what they" represented.   An indian  warrior with a large spear in his hand  could be made out, the rest, being indistinct.     C.C. French told the party  ftha^a. oKrt.������|4j i������. s lisjsrd. buffalo s^nd &  bear, but these could  not be distinguished.   The pack hopes to have a number of hakes dtaring.the^/frjtssistroer-sad  another camp in August. It is planned  to   play  ball   until   it   is   again   cdol  enough to play football.  Mrs. South and family of Cranbrook  aa-e visitors here this week, guests of  Mrs. Whiteside.  ' Mro.lG. 8. Moore and three children  of Cranbrook are spending the Easter  week at Sirdar, guests of Mrs. Loasby.  Alex. Mi ru belli of Creston wns re  newing acquaintances here ut the end  of the week.  Mrs. A. R. Swaneon ot Kimberley  pit seed through on Monday tn Vancouver, for a short holiday visit with the  three children in that city.  Mrs; Martin and  Mrs. Rogers -were  the  hostesses "at the Saturday after  noon  tea which enjoyed a very satin-  factoty intake.    The revenue  goea to  the community hall building fund.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mawson. who  have been in tho house on the Jones*  Jim sen . ptace since the middle of  March, have returned to Creston.  Geot|jo keports the catch of rats for  the month quite satisfactory.  Pi'lttClpaiil nnd Mr*. Mtmfl/b rare Ranter  week visitors with Grand Forks  friends, leaving on Friday.  Jeff. Foster,, night operator,  spent  the -weekend with Ct-anUrook ffrtenrlrt.  Rev. S. Newby had a very fine turn*  out for the afternoon Easter service on  Sunday, und the offering, which goes  to the minister, was liberal.  Vinol Gives Gbrl  Appetite and Strength  "My 10 year-old daughter was weak  and.had.no, appetite.' Since.giving her  Vinol she has an amazing appetite and  strength."���������Mrs. W. Joosteu. The  very FIRST week they take Vinol,  children begin to feel stronger, eat  and sleep better. A.sample, strengthening it on and cod liver compound in  use for over 25 years for run-down  men and women and weak children.  Creston Drug & Book Store.  MINBRAL AGT  FORM r*  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Wolf Cubs Have Hike  Creston and Ktrlcknoaa Wolf Cub  pack had an enjoyable hike on Good  Friday when the trip to Johnaton's  Point, Crest wood, was inudo to Intapttct  the Indian paintings on the rook out  thm ulottgh. Mr. Kemp's casr; and the  McCreath truck took the party aa fat  Klondike No. I Fractional Mineral  Claim* situate In the Nelson Mining  Division of Kootenay District.  Where loontod: Near Ymir, B.O.; a4jolninK  thoYankooGIrL __  TAKE NOTICK that T. A. H. Groan, ncUnir  nalii-rent, tor William Thomas MoDowall, of  YrJiir, B.C., Frco Minor's Ccrtltlcato No, eo-i.Cc,  Intend. Blxty daya from tlio data hereof, to-  apply io tlao MlaiinK Itoooandor for aCoirtJEIcate  o. imiirovomonta tor tlto purpoeo of obte-nintr  a Crown Qront of tho above olaira.  Ann! futttacr take notice that racUon. tsndor  Gleotlon R& muRt bo ooanmenood before the Ihbu-  anoo of audi Oortlaloato of Inaprovemonta.  Dntod this Oth day of Au_pi������t, 102a  A. H. GRKICN.  MINERAL AOT  ror*M P  i*eritncaie or improvements  Midnight   Fractional   Mineral   Claim,  situate in the Nelson Mining Division  oi* Kootenay District.  WIihw) Iooat4Ml: On 8hoop Crook, adjotninar that*  ^QMOBljMjJM^tJjtJOnill.  i-mnb for'  Minora Cortiflcato No.  BlVatflo,    tiffitrw from tho dato  horoof. to apntjy t  "MfnEnflr Koooriler for a-Cortlflo-lo of Itnnro  montw for the puriMMe of obtainlno* aOro'  fitnuwt. *������* ������.ti* HhovM4������ii*an������,  n And futUior tako notloo that sMXon. undor  tBootlon 415, nttiHt %m oomnft������������eed befor������ tho lawns-  ������mj Mlno Orronn.  IB) NOTIOIC that I. A. IT. Ororm. anting***  for "Mlohaol Mnrphir. of Krruilo. ILO., Vfrmm  intonti, idxty-"  "    to  th������  iroTO-  fliw<*l aanseb Oartta-CAS* of taaaprovesaeajt*.  Dfitca thla 1st d&y oi ifah-ruurw. law.  A. II. OWJCKR the :itmm^
ixou  must try  RED? HOP QRAJ^QE
PEKOE.   A little higlier price than Mother
Jeas, but a real difference in quality.   Novv;
packed in Aluminum.
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��}�����    ������;.. ������.-���::.:��!'<-?���.' ������ '���- ������������"���-���'������-' ���' ���""" ' ��? ���   ������-���.-.... (** .--.._.-....
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f?? The* celebration ot the hix.tifi.li anniversary of (f-pat federation sho��l<| be
���well und fiiLingly observed by nil citizens ih rough out tti(-> i-oa^tli jukI ba/ft'LUlili
of it lit- "Dominion, and no community however small .sli ma Id Tail to fluke
tidvaaitage of" this hisi.orie dale to review (he pa-ogress .��-f tlie eonnlay atcd lo
strengthen iii the minds of all. especially "the yoiui!:. a ilea1 orna but. itoyi to
rftjhdei- worth-while service ao i'aatada ami make if a. still, holier land in
\yhjch u> live aud a aval iiover for good among lite nations ot live \*(U'|d,;;
fyi ; A strong national committee litis beeai created by Par.iauu-nt ao ;'g;iye
dit-eeiion io litis celebration, in us large tastiioiaal asi_iei.it-, and lYov'uiciai
c&mntiitees are an process ol formatiou in eai-li ot -.lie m\u> provinces.'Jfho
<fh;i��pf national ceremonies' will, of course, "be -tehl ai Oltawn. ilae Fedend
e&idiah arta.1 it is proposed t la:tt in each of- the pmediv-es .stril-ing t'erouionies
should be lield ai alio provincial capita! cities, "hit every city, town. vH]iit;e
;<fitijL; hamlet .should   likewise   organi/,*.'   U>  comntenia*rale   the   event..
���ff .-While in ihe observance of alias diamond .inbitee. sports'. c-oneerls. i\w-
works, ami other forms; oa' recivai'toH and pleasure weI! ;l;k! -should i121.il si
place, >a is in be hoped thai something of a more lasting chai*a--ior'"wilL lie
done or inaugurated a ha a. will materially assist in tilt
ilevelopm-etu of Canada un\l advancing - h a Urn;*, the
greatness   and  streisglU. - " -'���
The I">ominion-widc- oratory contest now in "|M-*ogress in the schools of the
i.iotiaitiiuu under the auspices* of leading; daily newspapers is a eoiicyreto
example e-'I wha; we have in mind. It is edneaiional. inspirational, and
c-annot fail io induce a 1 rue pa-ide in Canada anal its achievements, and 3iol l>
to promote ;a fine and helpnal national spirit. The study wiiLch isanieipaiiou
in this contest imposes on ahousaaids *��f si3;dents will kave a his I hag
amprossbm. while the iraming in public- speaking that resuiis "will prove a
vf'iv't usser   in ihe  Po-minion.
A siagges* ion bus also been advanced aha a the national comndi lee .-should
create a national prize in literature lo be awarded each year to the best
t'anaaliata literary product ion <d ahe year. Sn��-h av:snl might? fittingly be
ammunc.oal   on   each   succeeding   Viouainion   Day.      A   really   woa-lli-while   pri/e
orieouraR-ins   ^   h.islier   standard  in
Vitaglass Is Newest Idea (
Does. Not.  Exclude   Ultra-Violet .-Rays j
. Like  Window Glass {
Scietti isl3 -have discovered at. n\
date it somewhat belated, lhat j^Uiss '.
windows, from -tlie "standpoint, ol";
iaealih. are line of the srt^aiest evils}
from which lniiviaaaily suffers. They
do ������act. ;ih a rire.veulive lo cold winds,
da-atBgbts aaid -'champ, but Ihey oaily ��� prive
the illiasiot-l or Hsht ami A.v:ia-u��th.,.The
Medk-iil Jtesearr-h Coeiaeil coi-roboe>
ates the fuel? thai, wham .light. paa-He*
Llii*ou*sli a wlaadciw or ordinary, glass it
is 'entirolj- rpbbcd of Ihe berteli<d;il'
ultra-violel rays. It j;i\os a sensitfioai'
ol' wanni.h. but, apari fa-otii this, H ears"
have no efla'el on bodily elllciency aaml '
-\vei"l -l4eiaij*c.
Tbe remedy oxisls. however, .ffan'
both li^ht ttncl lhe:aallra-vlolel. rays are
inovidetl by yUa^ljasN. the itivetiilon |
ol' a lVirinlttjUiani scienli.st. 'Mr, .IC. hi. j
l.tAJiajdoitfi-h.   It   has   bent   installed   :irt!
'ye*, eral ho-stdt-sls in.t-lreal Urit'i'm aucl J
iaa l.lie, Stu.iihvvicU norou^h Couuiuii
Schools. The installation, it is claim!
ed, has  bad reinitrUabh- i-csialts onlln-1
; iiealih of Ihe pupils. I
The   !Moi-oia-tg   T**osl    s;a\S(   thai   vita-I
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for ignition -must he as dependable as that of the great
metropolis power plants.
Ignition. ��� .'"troubles during wood-cutting,, threshing,
ensilage chopping, separating, pumping or ploiving may
cost more than many sets of batteries.
Take no chances. Positively insist on seeing the
name Eveready-Columbia on every dry cell battery you
buy. It ensures you of an even and certain supply o��
power -wheia you. most need it.
Your dealer will shovv you. a complete
range of Eveready-Colmnbias covering
every possible need.
the T.H'<\pnr;y of Ira 113.-;
conviuued-and RTeEiter 1 du>vvs   uuile
B>,tili   to   liue   Jtaiional ^ a iUi^la.s.s  is
g 1 n.s s' 1 M>:ssf-s s (������ s
pareney    i<i    the   curative   nil ra- viedc-t :
iays ed uatui-iil  lijilal. \V<* quote: j
"l?P   lail   quite- recenity  jt   had beam!
found I ha a  ciaaarij-, 'or fused silica -were |
ahe only   kuowtt  taabstjim-es   that  'pos-1
ses^ed   this   property  of  transnai-ency.
an-a  (heir  hiwfh   e.ost   had  rendered the
pos.sibiliiy of iheir appiicai i����aa ao "\vin-
prohibativc.   The   cosi    of
however, very liLile moac-
Llum   ordinary   window   glass,   aaad   so
Lhe questuin  of Us .inssaallation in fuc-
toi'ies and   indust rhal   eenires becomes
of coLisidea-able  intt��1*esi.
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g;rams.    Sunday Apit-i3  lOthy  9 p.ni..-Saturday April
js.sn.,   Saturday  Apri!   23r_,   11   p.m.
16th,   11
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A Model of Cleanliness
SPRING IMPURITIES
DUE TO POOR BLOOD
If Ihe house wife could  visil   a   modern     anilk ���-, ",ooiadest'.ry.     wliei-e     pure
counuyy   niilk   is   put   in   tins    for   her
co'iivenieaae��, she would  he. as deii.ubt.
led   with jts.cieaiiiinesss as  slic would
A Tonic Medicine*a Necessity at; be   samaisoil   at   the   ingenuity   of   the
-vvimli.l   T.nidi>iibip��lly    ha\"
Canadaau Jiteraaaii-e.
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��.-ffeoi    of
1 Hts   Season
Williams" Pink pills are
I   ionic-for   the   tiki
cota.tiensaaraes..
an all
Cannot   < he idea  winch prompted  this  sn^g^.^iion 3>e exia.'nded
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���J.N.ai'-l'O'l'id     *l f>fa:f_ fss:-    ! !tss    !i!r����l    mik!
nerves.  1-1 nt,   t.hey are  especially valxi-
jnciu(ie ' at,'e bi ihe. Spriaag.-ivhen the system is
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Telephone System Pays      .1
Alberta Government 'Phone System
Shows Operating Profit
The Alberta ('fV.verthV.en-i - aelephono;
sysii'in shaawed a profit, of $270,000 in?
o|��pi-a l ion in 1 he yp-'a t;''.fi'.f)2{5J,.,;:iJec(>rd i us
to ihe annual report of the Depart-?;
ii!��im..   -:T.her��- was jah? jncrease of rov-i
diaries i enate over
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H)2r, of more tbam'"$ t,r.-l.ih��0,:
e;ieh community throiiiihoait the Honiinioti"? M��ast of our cities, towns saaid
\-illajrer�� experience -,- ia<-k of sometltintr of a -public aumiio which- eorild easily
be ]u-ovi<led :<i toanparat "tvely sauaill  expense- if ahe leskienis would -tanite Iheir
loaded '-with   Lini>i-ities   as   si   result   of
the indoor life of the winter inoni.hs.
i There is no other season whe.ny the.
' blood
land enricbiuR- srnd every dose nt these
\ p-ills helps  ao <-airicli She blood. In the'���
i spring one  feels weak sind   tired���Dr.'
.Williams' Piuls T'ilhs .-gave strengtli. .In!
the  sprang appeiiile     i^    <iTLeai     poor 'y|)<kinir aitmed it
i���Dr. AVilliaiTis* Pink  E'alls develop l.h��.a i-,        ' ,.    .,
stonaach   ami   ai\K:^*> 1-oat-loc i l.v
|sa-ocess.       In:   Bairdea
Where   Kagle   IJratid     or     St.
Milk is; packed,    tlae   entire    plant    is i 'I'lH'ie are now 2a>?.4 \'& rural ^labseribera:
Fiibjeefed  ao  a   risid'   eleahsink  every l-'a-nct :J��<i*,i") 17   subscribers Son 4lle  urbaar'
<lay.    l-*vory eontainei- and ev.e.ry piece I svslcin,  makijig a total of *>(i.fi:;0  sub-v:
t'f  piipiuK  a.hrough     -which     the     hiiliv I scribea-s   for  Ihe eniii-e systern. an iu-?
rp;isses"is. scaKled  wilia liv<:>  sietatn.  ^i. iyea'ease of about  ZOO over a he j>re*. ioat^i
is_^o much in awed of purifying :fchar!eK Ti'rilk f^b'ich is evaporated. has;1
nothing added to it, and notlaiaig taken |.
away.?exc(?'pt a, portioaa of ahe- natural j      A
iiioislure   of   tlie'T eounary   anitk.   ,\fte�� | ban
sterilized,  so il   vvill '
ue
 ] ^_ ,.,.,.. - . year
effoiis in making pro-vision for if- Some lack a coiaiiiiunity centre; in oihers
Mn> abseii<-e. a>l" a public- library is a real lossJ to the jieoj.le; some places have
as yet failed io make adequate provision, possibly no provision ai all. iia the
shape of parks or phiygiovmds; many have nagh-elcd io plant trees or
crertte   beamy  spots  io  hnprove  ii��e,   appeai'-ance   of   11��>  com in it tait >   in  Avhieh
<"��H��| 'T- a ��� "t*v-^       ��� \ �� u \^'       tut-      oii/imua ia       ct i_*t_       t.a.4^4 **r
tbe.v   pa.ss   tlieir   livais. ^       i weak   digestion.     It.   is   in   Ihe   si��i*ins :^aSl0   Brand.     which      is     condenseu
What  could be better pi-ove a  more fitting observ-i nee of Caa-jacla's jubilee ��� | hai poisons in the blood tinal an outlet  ?ni ilk,  is .-preserved  by  the  adaUtiou   ot
than'  th<-   cra'at.ion   of   a   Confederation   rank,   a   .lubilee-   L.ibrary.   a   Canada   hi. dishgui-ing_ iiinipleH, errnpfions' aaad; pua^  cane   sugar,   but f not hitig  else  5s
a'omnaunitA-  Hall, or a  Confederation    Avenue    of    lives,    or    soanellijng    0f , boils���Dr.   Williams'   Pink   Pills   ctetii*: . (U,p(1  )c> t lie fresh country  aaiilk.- The
.    ...      ..        ��� the slcan b����'ti.u.se ihey go to lo the root .,.,.-,
laea any or of public servtca-  tilong somewhat similar  lines : iof"   ihe   trouble   in   the   blood.   In   the fecmdoiised  an ilk is called ���*t-weetened y
The   above   suggestions   tare   merely   intei-faled   lo   direcl   aliention   lo 1ho | .sgn-iug, ainaemha,  rhcaarmatisaai. iaadiges- ;utial     the     evtipor'uled     "aanswe��dend'-
idea  and   to  (iraivol-e  eotisidenii ion  of it.     En eh   comiminity  will  be aware ot" i Lfion.  Jieuralgiu   cind  many  other  iron-    villlk.
Foe   to   Asthma.   -���  Givae-Asiluna;
a   chance    and���������'��� it   gains^ g-wjianrl
a-iii��kMy.   .I.Uit   give   it,   repeatetl    ireal-
anients   ol    l>r.   .i.   l>.   Keiiog's   Asihtna?
in  the    unopened     ain. j Remedy  and    it   wall    fall    back   even?;
faster. There is no half way meas?
live about?;' f his- :a:eiiaedy. 11 goes right
���To?-'work and -drives; :islhma"fou1. I-
resac-hes the iajmest breathing passages
and loaves no place Tor Ibe trouble to
liarlv.    Have it by you for ready use.
will  be
its most pressing need, and of iis ability to supply thait need. Eacli j
community' n��> nun tor how snvtall in numbers. e;in do something. All that!
is neeoKsary is thai soma- thoughi aaial <-oa.asidei-ai.inii be given io the mutter. I
and one or two "live" loader-, can quickly secure I hr* eo-opevalion of all. with'
the result thai something really valuable :tnd of liaslia:g benelit will ra-sult '
in  eoavtuieaaioi-iiiiou ail" tha>  liianiond  .luldlee of Confederation.
Gorgeous Car For Ni^enan Chief>votvov��-rc-rmi,a. a
^  j ihm,_    more   gorg
British    Factory   Turns   Out    Daszliny
Vehicle for  Emir of  Kano i
llieh   naiive  potetiiair-s     who     have;
Inxiirtous  lastes  in     iiuionahhiles,     in
vaiiabl\    place   their   aii-alets   in    l-Iug-
hind.     A   utr   that   lias  just   been   com
pleteal   foi'   i lie   Cuiii' of   Kauai, one  ol
���he    most    powerful    of    the    Nagei'liin
'���diets,  had.  accajailing  to  iiisi ratet ions.
iu   look   like   a   bird   ad'   vi��,"J,dise.  when
:ra\ riling  under  the  labia'  Afr'h-an  sl:.\ .
The   usi- ol   black   ��m  an.\   pari   of ihe
r.ir       was       toi-hidden     on     ri'ligioits
R-rounds       Mi   dilhiMili b-^   were,   lxi\\
Children Cry
For "Castoria
99
Especially  Prepared  for Infants
atari ChiMreal <if All Ajjes
Mul lin '
her it     In     tl-t
1' i -, i ���  ! i a h i < .--
..I--,        Clai
I llli ,1 hen
itig   i hen
Si o.i,;ic��� *t
iia I i��ei    o
I'll l rhei ',-���     (-.asinrla      bus
for   over   'Pi   v ej(i*s   to   I'i."
a:!d   c'iitldrea  ol   Camiii ��p;i .
i :b !,������-, ,     Vi'ii,;!     I'ollr     and
���alia ' In;*.   \>'<>\ a-risbness  arls-
'i-oiu,   ar.il,   Iia    regiilal log   Ihe
iml   IJov.fh-;,   uhls   the  nsiiiiii'
l'"ood ;   ei', lug   tuii urn I   idi-ep
Willi Oil I    llphlle
'I I ii ���   a;i-aidue
b
��� a r
��� k'.natilie   of
���^Jz*mm ^L/%r' ''/jfiajr** "J%&J}/
and   rarely   has siny-
eoiis   left    a    Urilish
facfoty than this da'/.'/ling vehicle. The
uhasi-is  is n  H-e,vlino!er wllh  till  parts
brighlly   linisheu.     The   dashboard   Is
of   polishi'd   ti.liiinii.uini.     Th
wheel  niiil   ihe door  handles'are blu<
The  spidngs :ire   painled   vn
fuse   cari'ier   on   ihe   da,-
ivory,     'Ihe  body   is   siripeal   wilb red
ami gold lines,    Tlie hood is moTe like
a   sutishnde   und   Is   a   viv'nl   gtea'ta   in
color,  and- Ihe   Interior  is  upholstered
in blue lonCier.  Even  iho engine, nor-
msillj.   black,    has     been    cannon(Iti-Kei'l
w'uli  silver  iiniaal.       In     liie    ilii/.'/.Hatg
Minshiiic   ol    Afl"ia*a   the   cn.r   I ravelling
Jil   high   Hpeonl--and   ii    is   iltidei'slood
the   ICmii    of   Knno   ih'liglils   lit   speed
will   certainlv' give smne ifiipressiou
of ti guy bird of many latins.
T.B. Taking1 Heavy Toll j
I Deaths    Amorifl    Gr_��nlnnd     Eskimos :
! Due   to   tUnaanitnry   Conditions       \
Tim      devusiiii lug       Inline ia cos      nl''
' t ttbercttloHlH are   lulling u   very  lieaiy
; ladl nl' <;reeriliin<l   lOalclnmi*!,  If, (\ Ka-
' veil ad' the ili'iuu'Utaejjl  nl' cramjuif.'ii K r '
ifunili��n,v of die Antorieu-n   Musenin ol '
, Nailiu-Jil   lllsaory.   lidil   Ihe lloyiil  ('mi   \
'��� Million   lnctiaille  hi   Torrmao.
j      Thn��   prevnlenec   ol'   ttibereiildsls   hi
i "ivelil'ind,   where   ,\l r.     itsa vein    speiu !
the watjatiip-ti' ol' 1!I2H, was ulitylhineal;
| by Mm lo i In* fuel lhu1 ahe clsliinin \
| HveaJ \u vrfi-.v Ubsiittiiitry surroniuliiigs,'
��� ;i?t iiii.ru')v   riaa   I-   people-  being  crowded,
into oaie  {little  Igloo  folia   f��-��>l   wide   by
1   let)   or   I We'll'*"   ln'i-l   high,
oilier  arou-
Ides   are   inosl    persisu-ail    because   of-' .y _���	
jboor,   -weak   blood,   and   it   is   at.   ihis , :.
a3nie   Avhen   all   nai.ure   takes on   new1.     With   so   thorough   r   preia-nraiaon at.
rCl'e   thai   Hip     blood     niosL     seriou-sly -; band   as,   Miller's   Wor.in   l'owders . the _
needs  alieulhm      Sonie    people    dose i -mother   who   allows  "her -children , lo j -whose saauUtl?. wivs
lauoaaselves wilh    pnrgutivos    m    chis : suffer from tiao  a-aavivses  <��f -woi-isa*  is . wiiuh. while   she
season, bin. ilmse otiiv furllter weaKen :���unwise -sand :eulpably cai-oless. AClii.il,
-ha'niRelvi.'f-a.     A  pnrgativo  naei-ely  gtil- jsubjecled   to   liie  all.acks of  worms  is j
lops th rough     ihe    system.    <,niptying fal^ays   unheahhy,  atul, will   be   sfunl -   *"������*.
ihe   bowels,   hut    does    not.   help    I he veil an  ii s growth,    ft  is a  uiermUu aei
blood,     On   Ihe otlie.r   liaaad.   Dr,   \Yil-;?<o   rid   it   of   these   th siruel avo   pau-a-'
blood ! sites, especially   when  it   eun   be done
.    A  Real Cinderella:    ���---    ���> .-. ���'
The   story of Cinderella    has    been
ts-aced lay an histoilan  lo thav jvecount.
of a     young     hidy     nabied * IlhodoplS
carraeil ' ;by    tho
.-fifs   batViing  in   iho
Nile, to Hie  fee(  of lh<
io  olfereil a reward
Wheal   -j'houupis   'rlahned
l.he king ma rried. hei-,
KgypHun king
for   the  owner;
her   Mundtil
''Jams'   Pink .Pills    eiifieh    iho
which ro��iche�� every' nerve and every
uj*gnn   iaa
wtrengllt
.^viahout dithciilly,
i
the
ami
!
\v
I.. I.
��������- ' ColnKj    tlahinu-- take
j      eifcnfc.
body.,    bringing    new
vigor   lo   weak,   easily?'
m,,(,;���;,,��' kired annu.  women   n\u[  children.   Try;
"Dr. U'il!i;iins'   Pink  l'ills  Ihis sprliiK--i
, iiltnv  will nol' di.s:ip)iolnl   you. , j
und ahe ���     v",,u oa��� p-ct  iliese i��ills throtiHli siny
aboard   is   ot'  nuedjclno, denier or hy runtl al. Till eeiils
si   box   from  The Dr,  Williams' Modi- j
���tdtie- Co,, Urocl'viHo, Dm.
Chinese Womem Progressive
Are   Becoming   a  Fa etc r. in   Readjustment of Tboiir Country
.Tlie   women of China  will he a   rae-
tor in  ili��- readJusl.iTiont   an thai  conn-
', ir.v,  accoriling   lev 'Mrs,   (Irace  Thoiaap-
'son  Sadon  Avho sprtlce  had'ore  I lie  Wo-
nien's  Press Club in   New   VorU.  Dv��
1 crililng   lli<��   achievi'ineails   of   modern
Chinese  women, Mrs, Kelon  tuitd oau-
I woinnai    author     hsi.d    publlshiMl     '.tin
j books.      Another     wJto    eoiuLuclri   ��� a
; Heboid, aha- Miild, had SUlopled   KM�� ehil-
i alien and   is  Ahienii Ing  Iheni.  From  a
Hiale  ol   eoauplide  suab.ierlion   lo  nton
wo'iuin   arc   fatil   eniergltig,  she   sabi.
, arid   banks   for  Avoimeii   are   being   a'h-
Ulhltshed,
 ^_���������..._-��;**���
For  dlBtemper���tVlinard's Liniment.
IHendne:     Ch.     ��eorge,     eitri'l      J'ttll
���with Jiihi  si. week  I'or nty deelHlon'.-
Voice froth   lla���� ��")0(1h:   Ooia'a  you  do
II,   Ceorj'o.     The   play  won't   run   thul
loiilA,   -<lalely, /
A welgblnn nuielilne deHhtne��3 for
^ ,,, in . ��,��^iv -i-i ���.hw lli-aelv eon HI r IM'teal
Haul    II    will   weigh   tali,el bin ���*���   from   at
Proposed   New  Paper. Mill
'N'ew   "N'ork,    Moul real   ami   Chicago
limit.ekil iih'U are ri'sxiria'd  lo be combined in  the plan  lo construct' a tioO-
I.Otl     IMIpel.'    llllll    at   ^Wllilellllld     Pillls,
islaultoha, riii*'- whir-It upplieiit ion bus
been uimle to (he Federal Covem-
nienl, Timber limits involving 11 .oOa)
cords of pulpwood ai'e being sought.
The ease    with    which
waids  can be removed
corns    a nil
[lollovvaiy's
C>oraa l.eihover is iik Htrongest  ra-eonif-
Jttiendti.l.ion.    II .seldotn  frills, f
v MaiiuifaeturUig indusfrlal develop-^
auent Is in Its infancy iaa Bolivia",
"which is alnioHl sfdidy ja praailucer o'j
mine nil!-*. A disadvantage is the almost complete absence of fuel in 11 via
couiatry.
Proved'safe by millions and prescribed by physicians tot
Golds       Headache       Neuritis, Lumbago
Pain        Neuralgia       Toothache      Rheumatism
[
DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART
HaMM.kMMWN��MMtUMBMMMMl
Mlnni'd'B     Line
human  air lo  un  aillab'  of   in pint ml ,���
.Accept   only   "Baver'*  paclcaRO
'HI If I -    ill luffi nil    'll|. mm MH��mm fwimri prntm���mmi MM' i|-ii' V l^��W> *** *-i"i��" I�� -"��� Mm Un* M-**
whicli con.aliis proven directions.
Hia nil y   "llayftr"   lioxoa   ol   12   taibkU
A Iho )iuUlof�� ����. i_*i und 100-��� DraagK-wb*.
iVrajnttln 1ji -|H��- 1r��it�� murk   0'��>iefni<'ir���� In Oataafiaftri  of ����**��>r M-mitfiftur^ at MonnnwUr'
-<'tM��i.k��<- wl-. H.Hi^lli'-ti.l l.ki.,,^1 'WllO'lU- /.Clii, "A, ,H. ,'���..")��� "WMIan I* ���� w��ll Unnwu
ttlmt A-N|i-lrln naiCKDH Wmyw nunnr>��nuiO>, to k��mIn| ilin I'uljllo __-lnai|. liHtmitoiaia, tb��- Tiahana
wt li-��t-,a? (1<)tu'.i��.u)* wilt t*. ��u_��i;ifil -wltU   UictP if*u<cr_t  tenim uiiu*k, aUin ""Mtyer Oru������" THE -Rg|JE^s ������������������^gB^sr;cmi., b.   a  / *���������/ ,  CHINES tROOPS  RMDONS0V1E  inedo  Italian Aviator Will  Resume Flight in  Sister Ship Frpit-Y Italy  Apache Lodge, -Roosevelt Dam,  Ariz. ��������� Commander ..Francesco.; de  fPiiiedo hit ends to res tame.,his inter-  eon ti tieht Ilight jus I? as quicKly as be  <Can arrange for a sister .ship to. be  'sent 1 o the .-If aiifed >Shi I es .from bis  aia'live Italy. .-.,,  A thoughtless boy tinai a match  'caused the destruction of the big seaplane after aba? aviator had flown if  across the Atlantic Ocean.' risked his  life soaring over Ihe vVilds of South  America and brought it here agamsl.  giyeat odds, an making hops by inland  -Wtiters' fill touto 1 o the Pacific (.'oast.  The match was tossed on the oil-  coated surface of the lake about the  'plane after the youth lighted a eig-  ai.:e,tle, and -withiaa a lew minutes tho  ship, on which de fPiroedo had lavish-  pd such care, was a mass of flames.  Everything, was.In.-readiness for tlui-  ^���������*4"_r>      !  roULU DEVELOP  WIDER MARKET  sraaiary Revision  iffi  VviiiiilMl^y  "fT,  .-.- Peking.;?- -A. a-aid by. ��������� Norfiiern sol-  diers and ("laiiiose police, on biaiIditags  attached to ihe Soviet, annbassy hei*e  and the delention at. a hotel of two  United Slates joairnalists, one a wb-  an.an, who tare known lo havo-incurred t he , alispjcaiure of alio Northern  command hy contributing fo hostile  Xaiblieaiions, today inirodiieed new  julornational aspects to tiae Chinese  civil war imbroglio. \  lioth the raid...which i-estilied ih the  removal of 22 Kussians and about.- 00  Chines*?, described as agit.ii.1ors, from  the embassy compound, and the de  tenftpii of the Americans, wero con-  ���������ditcted by representatives of Marshal  Chang Tso-Lin, the Manchuria n -war  Ipnl, ivho is cumiuander of the Northern   foa-.cos defending Peking. \.  While the raid was in'progress lire":  broke out in J he building? formerly j  occupied by the Raassiau lega tibia ;  guard. A report -was ���������eireula.led, as-j  though its truth could not be con-j  farmed,  1 la;it? the   fire was started foi J burs|. ,In{0 flnnies from stem to sternJ Passage scheme.  Winnipeg.-die organization of the  board Of a-JtiiWay commissioners, to,  provide forfspveu; Jiiembers, three of  whom would bo from Western Canada, appointment of a 'trade commissioner; to the.- United Statese lo  develpi) markets for Canadian product?-., and that taxation reductions  should be in the form of i*edaacing  and removal of protective, duties on  imports, "with .'tho .income tax maintained, "were among the subjects ua*ged  upon the federal goyernmeitf in resolutions, adopted at the aaauuut meeting  of Use Canadiaai .Council of "Agrieial-  tua*e hero.  Other'"rosolutioais adopted protested  L SUI  Ottawa.���������The"iiiiahjg-ra'tioaa probleaais  depaa-ture of tbe , commander on the j against any duty- being placed oai  Apache l.odge-San Hiego leg of his j binder twine coming into Canada, aud  journey Avhen the. Santa Maria burst |urged that the council co operate with  into names.  The aviator  was bidding   *-he  hand  settlement board     and     the  goodbye to friends on ibe shore us  fiie match smack the -oil-coated water,  a Hash and it had communicated 1hc  flames to the    plane.      As    the    ship  Civil Service Organization Cqjrtsidei:?  ���������?y: Recent Adjustment Inadequate y������  ^Vancouver.���������rn a protest against  civil service salary .revision,;yfag^an-; j,J  nounced in Ottawa recently, forward- j  ed to t he federal author i ties - by Fred 1  Knowle.s of Vancouver, and.. C, Gard-{  ner, of Regina, president and secre: }  tary, respectively," of?; the Amalgama-?} of *r^R-^P^il3i^V���������,:Rfl"r"1^.i^,^''*������'-.''af*r-p,SSJ"  mated CivitsBervahts;"of Canada, they [ tion ot? ithe-Coma'non^. A'vbte oC $2������5^y  state 1hey find that what is ^at? best t - ^"y-^oi-f; the.;..-aep|^rtment. of. immigra-1  a.raf;. equalization of pay"is called V$1S<> [ tion aiad colonization -was before tlite-  increase for the purpo&e of depriving | House in coanmittee_of supply and th������"  civil servants affected of the full j discusssiqai, which.lasted several bouts  benefit of the yiiew inci-ease?'V :f ?, ?- f )  Coniplaint'is . ^also - nvade? that the]  salary readjustment bias been made i  only after three yeai*s' delay and that I  a-gvtsioaa. dates only i'roin ApriL 1, 1927. \  ;<" We consider that, a flea* foua* years*  agitatioaa   on  tlae   salary   question,   to  beforfe? the   vote? rwasfffinaUy? ypasseal;-,  toolc; Iai ?^pr&etieaily fall? phases? of ilii-  departanent's     activities,     its     receht  disjigreement     with      the      Salvatidsi  Army came in  for debate with a -tscanae?  of the members^' 'ipaartioulariy' iToto'the  Avesr,    suppprtang    the ... department.'s  be offered in "most cases froan $42 tqj position on   the  groiind  that  since   it  $60 is- a direct "���������'.'insult'' lo tlieffpaafieait  and long-sull'eiing service,"' the protest concludes.  -Canadian lied Ci*oss in securing the  coniijiiian.ee of the- IBrifish grant for  medical attention to immigrants coming to  Canada    under    the    assisted ; B.  Ssks Assistance For  -aivii  Captain   del   Prets,   and   ship's   rnec'h-  the purpose    of    preventing    records  fron-i, Calling   into   Urn   hands   ot  the | anio. M   FiiOChetli,  jumped overboard.  N6^lherner*fTwd  flre   brigades   rush- j.-    Th(,    ,L1,ad heon spiUed on the wa-  The 'decisibh  of  the   Saskatchewan j  ,   Legion   Branch   Sends   Request  to Federal Govern.-nent  Victoria.-^���������The  Coviichan  branch of  ed to the -building ������ud extinguished  the fldiaiiies iii a short time, although  not before some auinuinitioai in the  structure" exploded, wounding one  ilussian dangei-oaasly.  Nunterbus bundles' of red ��������� flags,  seven: car-loads of ?pi-bpagahda leaf- !  lets, a macliine gam, a trench an or- j  (ar, bombs, about a score of rifles.;  thousands of Kuomiiataug (the Can-!  tonese political, party) flags anal aj  quantify of ammunition were stated ;  lo have been taken from the raided;  fbuiUltngs.^.-      ...       -^ -���������-..-������������������ '.y|  ' i\fai-slial Cihihg Tso-t-iii'1 noTilied j  Northern coniiiuanders of ihe a*uid. !  "The main danger to the preser- ;  vaiiou -.oC peace fiu Pelting, is now ?re j  inovod," the marshal's message was j  quoted a.s saying. "Those ara-ested ;  will be : layieai and dealtvwjth accord- ;  ing ?to: ?.,?theit  pointed     out  section  oC. the    United    Farmers     of .1 tlae Canaadian Region at ti meeting at  Canada not to afTiliate with the coua-i Duncan, passed a resolution "that the  refuelling the ship and the fire*'0*'- v~as discussed.  Tlie Saskatchewan i Canadian 'Government, be requested lo  ter in         _  became so intense there, was no opportunity to reach, the SanUi Maria's  cabin to get fire extinguishers.  Brilain's Chinese Policy  | orgamzatioaa,  at  a   recent  convention  j in Moose Jaw, decided lhat it-"'would  r join the council only, after it as funda-  j aneaatally re-org:tnized."  j     It  was: deeded that the reorganiza-  | tion demanded of the Canadian Coian-  j cil  of Agriculture would not be pa*ac-  iicabie nor in the best interests of ihey  j farmers  of    Canada    generally.    The  in- j counciL will  continue to  carry on its  j woi*k  even   though the  SaskatcheAvan  ��������� sears at the council table are vacant.  clear  diiring a  debitte']      A.  ,T.   M.  Pooie^ of Kelwood,  Man.,  of   Connuoais   on   the !-was elected president of the  defray the entire cost  iug, maintenance sind  of    transport-  treatment    of  was in the inMnigiation busaiess . -itf  shoiilid vjtotcband 'over; its ��������� work?, to -  outside organizations. Others expressed regret that the Government had  decided to stop its ga*ants to tlie Sal-  A'atioia Army emphasizing thjft it ban  been an important factor in tiae colonization of the past.  Hon. Robert Forke, MintsEerwJ?  fmjmigralioH, was optimistic of Ihe  outlook for the cbniiug summer and  the years immediately to follow. Confident in the future, of- Cana-tiia, the  minister did iioty.l'ear . bringing out  large numbers from the Old Country  would increase une-naploymeiit., ?fif������i  pi-onaised  to   give y epris-ideratloii     to  or  Not   Prepared   to   be   Hustled   Out  China, Says Chamberlain  London.���������-Great  Uri tain  has   aio  tention of being'driven out oE Chiaia,  .Sir Austen Chaauberlain, foreign, niin-  asta^a*,  anade  it  in  the   House  all Imperial service men invalided  to 1 bringing iasijnigraiils Cbfthe' .Maritim.^s-  Canada due to service in China." The  resolution referi-ed to Canada's -large  as  well   as   the  West,   and   urged   oo-  xaperatioii   of ail parts   of'Canada   to  trade   interests   iu ,China and   to the^ the   work   of  lending   a   hand  ao   iln������  fact  that  many    Canadian    Jn    China j immigrants   and  aa-e     being     protected     by,    Imperial ] the   department  troops.    A copy of the resolution will j work.  otherwise   assisting  in     this    important:  be sent to Premier Mackenzie King.  Chinese   situation,   in  Government's policy.  He   declared     that    Great     Britain  would  pursiae a policy of conciliation  aaid adjustmeaat of its old position in  China to meet the new aispirations oi  deserts.    It?; must?; bt> j the.Chinese people and the, conditions  that    these . rebellious -; of the country as events progressed.  i-eiterating   the , and  ajl  other    officers    were  naischi������?f lhalter.s who are j-esponsible ]      Then, after a pause, he said slowly  for  the  dissemiaiation  of llolsheyisin  and  tJi^P^italvoiS?   *wrbught? -iipoh���������-': t he  people and,the.naaions tire unpardon-  S  tresses Wall For Peace  a  Parramount Necessity to Prevent War  Says French Foreign .Minister  Paris.���������JVIoaye liaipo'rtant than technical disarmament, is ahe will foa  peaa;c, declared M, Ih-iaiid, fpi'eign  aninistei'. in . a niesstige sent fo the  1'n a ted States'on tlie occasion of the  lenth anniversary of ihe entry of the  I'nifed Stiltes inro the world war.  yftf?. Ba*ifiaad'<i message, "seait on tho  heels of Fr-ince's refaiKiil to pa.rtici-  pafe, iu alio tht-eopower aiaval dis-  armamoait eoaafereaace at Geaaeva. Insisted that the paa*aanouai.t, necesshy  in pi'ovont 1ng war is the cultivalloii  aaf the civilized world of a spirit. oC  peace interpreted tlarougrh a "polaey of  peaeo"  on  ihe   part  of till  nations.  y-Vli' there wero need <>C it: between  the two great: democracies in order  <0! ftivo high testimony of their desire for..peace, aaad? to finjailsh -a'solemn a'xsimplo ao' other ppoples France  would be willing to onter into an  jigri^eniont; with America, auututilly  oullawltig watr, lo at ho ?;yo tar way oa  expressing II."  and solemnly: "Great Britain is not  prepared tb be hustled out of China."  lias stateiiaent drevr cheers from the  , Conservative benches, after which he  j continued: "Nor ai*e we prepai*ed to  ] withdraw our nationals from. Shang-  ' hai and other up-couhtry places or be  : treated as though they had no right  j to'that'which is theirs by ta-eaty ana  I as though the laves oC Britishers  i were of ho account to the Ui-itish  i Gover'n-inent."  unanimously elected 'with-l-t. G. If. Sehole-  fleld, vice-president of the United  Farmers of Alberta* as vice-president.. Mrs. S. E.t Gree was elected  president of the women's section,  wltlif Mrs. Miles Ojoer, president of  the Ijniied Farm Women of Ontario,  as vice-president.  ar* .".-' ������_> wi n    n        v  isovcott ur u.3. boons  Amity Agreemesii Signed  I tally  Agitation   Starts  in   Capital   of  Soutn-  ern Chinese Province  Shanghai.  ��������� Anti-American    agitation, taking the form of a strike an<i  a boycott of United States goods, has  i brokeai   out  at  Changsha,   capital   oa  I the   province   ot?   Hunan,   in.  southern  '.'China. A Avireless despatch? from fhat!  [ place said the strike acd boycott ha.d  j gone into, effect and reported that the  .United States consulfcad gone aboard  t the  United  States   gunboat  Palos  on  Coixsiderablo  regai*ding     the  cri i icisan     developed  various     regulatioaasv  a-especting ianmigralton, several mean-  bea-s taking the view that they .wet'o'  too severe in many eas>ps...,.?-  Foilovvisg the passing of the item  of $2<>5,000 for civil aclniiiiisU'ation  other appi*opriations, totalling $2,-  580,000, were quickly approveil. This  total included a sum of $7501,000 towards the empire settlement scheane.  .   .. I the  Siang rivei*,  preparatorj"  to  Iea\  Hhngary   Pledge 'Eternal ��������� i^ Changsha^  Opposed To Seruni  For Cancer Treatment  ������**?-���������.  present Claim to Government  QueBtion of Lnnd Title of B.C. Indians  Before Committee  Ottawa, Con use I     for    the     Allied  Tribes of llritisb Colnniblta coaillnued,  liiWM'iilJiffrnt of Iho finlin������ of the  Ii'Um'h lo l lie ahoriMiiiiil lilh- lo lands  In; Urlll.-lt Colnnibht. lieToae tlie Joint  eoilimlUen nf tile lloupo of t^oin.nu.iiH  at lid Ihe Semite. 1  Quotations \ver������< iircH'tited from  aneh'til ireaties nnd morn "modem  4'baari .imlgnaciils in Hiipporl. of the  iianieiai ion ihat, ahe ri-ln t iota of \ho  Cuiuialian goveraiaateni. in the tribes  \\ji^ om> of I rnslci'slilp us opposed'to  ftuni'ailillislalp.  ���������fnaly one pension Is now being pitWi  by'ihc llrltlsh tJovernnaeiat. This is  tbe aiinn;il mini of "ft;ri,t.)00 to ihe  holder of the  Nelson  earhlnm.  British Emigration to Canada  Says Percentage Coming to  Dominion  Is Lamentably Small  T,ondon,���������"I frankly say that up to  date we have been grievously disappointed with British panlgraition to  Canada," declared Coi. J. F. Deunls,  oC Montreal, head of the department  of iho Canadhin racific Hailway,  spcaUhig at a. hmcheon h<y*e.  "There is a Dominion nnd provln  ciail oa*ganlzaitioai in Crtaaiada capable'  of lajindling 50,000,000. yet we have  only 9,000.000. We have to look to  ���������Oi-eat iJa-llalji atnd Co'ntinenthl. Europe  for oaar inoveaso yet the porcontnge  we are obtaining froan Britain is  | hamaoailnbly stiinll,"*  j lion, lterbert Groenftehl, foa'anor  | premlei' of Albei'ln,, speaking at the  i same .luncheon, da-ohmd that the iai-  I lercHt 1ti3*cn by some of the mosi  ��������� onl.standiiig men in (ireatt llriUiin in  Ciimtdinn enterprises was roniuri*,-  I able. Thorn'wais si. gn.-'Jit reservoii- of  | po|)ulation ha Ihitaln which would  ', inttko fulniii'tiblo ra'ttlorr, In Cauudn,   .  and  Friendships aid Aid  Italy .and Hungary, through their  padane niinistea*s, di*ank toasts, pledging eternal friendship and aid.  Both Pa-emter Mussolini and Count  Bethlen, the llungaa*ian preraaier were  voluble iai their praise of each other,  aaid expressed good v.yishes for the  welfare of their .countayies-aai.il Iheia  sovereigais. Tlae occasioai was a dinner which Maassolini teaidered at the  capitol iia hoaaor of the yd si ting Iffaan-  garli-iai stsitesman. and folhvw'ed the  Higniiig yesterdny, of a -iieaiy ot  frif.n(|ship, eon<:i!hilion und arbitra  tion between Uaaly and ITungai*y.  ���������  Ontario Speq,d Limit  Toronto,���������Wheal royal sasseaat was  given to hills affecting the Highway  TraJHc Act and the Public Vehicles  Act: in the Ontario legislature the  speed limit of r*!> miles an hour oaa  highways outside or eitieR, towns, and  villages, in the pi*oviiace bectinaai'.'.'oper-  aitivye.  Only   Reli*blef:Cure   is- Surgery^ Say*?  -;;_     "'yNew?'jYc������rk  bector a >. s/^'?' "'"$  Toronto;���������The   weight    of    3iae<iical  expert optnlon is against the use of  serums  in . the   treatment; bi'  eancea*,  Dr.   William   S.   Bainbradge,   of   New  York,  told   the  Toronto   Academy  of  Medicine.     He   staid   that  those   who  had  deeply  studied the  subject weref  still open, to conviction on the use of  i serums and claimed     tlaat    wU.li- the  rather inadequate knowledge of.  caiaa-  j eer possessed  hy  t lio medical profos-  i sion   at   Ihe   present   limp,   the   only  3*elia'ble treatment lay in sui'gery.    -  anond land lias    been    discovered    at j  j The whole province of Hunan will  bo evacuated by -foreigners shortly  because o������ ��������� labor anti-foreign .maul-?  Testations.  _i ���������   - "*- -       ���������   ir  South African Field  Yields Large Diamond  Weigbs   81    Carats    and    Valued    at]  t^35,G00   is   Report ,r  T.ondon.���������An   exceedingly   a*ich   dla-  Ale.vfttider Ihiy, south of the mouth  of iho Orango Kiver, says a Cajie  Town despatch to Th<^ Daily Mail. The  despatch "says that powerful financial  Jiaferosts. htive acquired control of the  (ligHiugs which accoa-daaigly will not  be proclaimed public.' The hai'gest  sfoaae thus far reported on the aaow  dltfgiaagH was valued .tit, JZ 7,000 weighing SI   cnnils,  .,  There uro   1,420 women ningistrates  for Kngliind aud 2,5177 for Scotland.  W.    N.     L*.  1������7������  Want Canadian Coal Used  Ollmva,������������������ "Tite tlovermaaent Is  hondiaig every a'l'Curr, to .suppht.nl  Aii'.ri'lcaui auU.ln*ucite in the naairkets  oi: OeiHiiU -Canaia^a,". 11 oik, CliarloB  Sfewairi. Allnister of Mines, staled in  Ilae House of Conaaaions In supporllaaK  the secou. ���������������������������tullng of a bill 1o on-  eon rn go the prodaaciion of doniosilc  laaad and eonl.  PoIIeIi Ofricero Executed  WnrsnAV.-��������� Two T'ollfda nrnay ofll-  eers, niaaned Pletttlc and Urbiuaink,  were tirrenied in Thoraa, chatrKetl with  dellvi'iiiik' phann for Ihe defeaieo of  Pommorai province: to tienm^i agenlH,  't'hi'V *.v������'i*e ������,f>ti*'l-mnrtlnll������',d- ������������������onidct-  , ed   it ml   exocufed.  Fine  British Types for Canada  i  rrnppy gronp of 'slatnly Biitisli sotllea-H on toule lo British ("olnnabia  polnls over the lines of tho Caaiiidinia Pncfllc ItJillwny. From left to right,:  Mr. nnd Mrs. WUlitarn T. Cottlugham tind five children froaaa AVales, and  bound for Cnurlonny, Vani-otaver island; Mi", aaad ^Irs. Ihaviil .Tonics find six  clallclron, ol* Wales, on iheir way to TVlku; Mr, nnd Men. W. II. Hmlth nnd  three ehllda*eai, who will establish Iheir home ait Mission; Mr, and Mr������,  1-l-niTV Trolfnll. iind two ebihlren Tan* Ai'-nssl'/, s.od Mr and Mvh, WiHi'-avi  Murdoch, aaad live  children,  for Mtilnltwa.  Cancer was a local disease Iai tlae  boglnniaig and if" reanovoil iu its sis-  cipient singes by the surgeon's knife  tiaei*e was every hope lhal. ii. would  not renin*. . '  Ho did not believe Ibiit the a*afo, *>r  htcrease in tlao uisenso wtis ������s raapiil  or aisirmlng as has been  naaita oul.  Imports Apples From U.S.  Canada   is   Second   Best Customer in  This ReBpect  WiiHldngtoia.-  In   addition   1n   being  tl at i h     coiaHtry'H    host     ciustoinot:-     foi-  I oraaages, lnanoaa.s; peucheH, gnrpes nnd  i berraen, Uniuidi. Ih Ke<*oanl only  to tlu-  j United   Kingdoaiu   ih   tlao   lint   ot   Importers  ol'  Pnltod Stnle.s, apples.    An  ollicial   publlcatioaa     hero    Hay.-a    that  nioa-o thfita !p0,000,000 worth or atpples  wero eNpaidoal from tho 'Pnltert states  Iii   laVJtb ait    Inct'osixio    of    $ 11,000,00b  over  11>2n. The total o-ypnrtf* of friNsh  fruith  in   that year  wea*o  ^r������������,000,0OO.  aiad  t:jin;tda wiih  Uio    prlncipitl    <'������-->  toniei", ���������    *: <     -,.,-,,.  Loan Foa* B.C. Harbor  Ottawa. -'.I'iiartl   rending   w������h   giv������*n  In Ih*": TIouho of Commons 1p n hill  ro.speetliig a loan of $G00,D������>Q to the  harbor coiaiinlKHlomri'H of <i|ilcoiit.Uiii  on the Hunaa^ toman under which loaiaan  hail been made bv the llovoi-nmeni  to1 iho harbor com in I ni-d intern of Mmaa-  Iroal nan; v'tincnuvoi'.  Tin.- world'n Rivale-aI dlHfirilern ' h>  lire were: London, JG<1<;; Mohi-hmv,  IHI2;   Chicago -and Vuvif, boHh   1871;  ln>f*l'tll,  I i>Kiil lniMo-,  IllO-i  .Sun  | J'YtineiKC'O,  1U0U;  nnd Sulonku, 11* f a -  ( ���������rasa cbbs^ois nmwm&  a������ . ������m���������.4w    <v&*p>     vu^-j'    a^wj^g* *^f^������   ^������   v"-**j    'V'Vdf''   'm ���������  Mk  Idaboc  SULPHUR and MOLASSES  Sulphur and Cream of Tartar Lozenges  BASEBALL OUTEITS COMPLETE  See our Store f or ��������� Specials to  Clear before Moving  GEO. H.'KFTjy  ���������nai  SlgliGSS  VBI  Ifll *3-9  IMC  SUNDAY,   APRIL 24  CRESTON���������7.5JQ p.tu.  ^PROVED RANCH FOR SALE OR HEIST  20-������cre ranch at Duck Creek, five  acs?ea i-leared and about ao acre in  strawberries; good house. Apply Jas.  Mannerinc.-, Sirdar, B.C.  _f^  _P* _���������������'  uresToo u  R. A. COMFORT  MILK PBICES :  JEBSEY 7 Quarts for $1  HOLSTEIN. 10 Quarts for $1  Watch for new Milk Prices  effective May 1st.  Local -md Personal  Hazel   Oannaday   of Kellogg-,  arrived   on   Wednesday on &  guest   of    her  sister,    Mrs.   Ed warp  Gardener* .���������.--.'  A. J. Kent. Bonners Ferry's beat  known resident and reclamation booster, with Jud&ce Featherstcri of Wallace,  Idaho, were Creston visitors on  *i*-"*c>rf now"* n v  - - =r ,���������_.. r .  Htbawbebbt Ptaots���������Por sale "Van  San strawberry plants, froanunfruifced  stock, guaranteed true, and free from  weevil and other -ses-tSj 87 tier 1000. Li.  Littlejohn, Erickson.  Chariie Moore, jr., left on Monday  for Victoria; where he has taken ������  position in a ftreeaihonse and nursery  business in that city und expects to  remain permanently.  St. Stephen's Church tennis club  have a cafettaria tea and sale of cooking at. Mrs* Henderson*** on Saturday  afternoon, 123rd, from 8 to 5.80. to  which nil are invited.  TarinSty United Women's BSassioa������a_������y  Society are having Mass McGregor,  Held secretary, address them at their  April meeting oh Tuesday afternoon,  26th, at 3 o'ciocic  at  the ch tircb.    All  Indies are invited.  ^ -   ..-���������-. . .-' ..  The ladies of the L.O.B.A. arefh'sv-  injy an afternoon bridge and tea in  their lndgernorm, oves  the Mercantile  STEEL  Fish in or  ' ���������_m- SS5b     JL""j.  4 and 4-t feet  3   S  Why send out of town when  you can get them at ONE  DOLLAR here. A complete assortment Reels,  Lines,  for  Oi������������l  and the best Baits  Bass.        Telescopic  at  $4.00.  Ju,GCi3  epiP.  KiTn  .1  aula  V������ R^Airtr SON  Goat For Sale���������Yoamgj Saataen  doe, fresh.   C. Blair, Canyon.  Miss M. Kobson of Nelson ts an  Easter week visitor tvath Mrs Henderson.  Seed Potatoes���������Gold Coin seed  potatoes, $1 per 100 lbs. Fred Smith.  Creston.  Wanted���������A few grass calves, suit  able  for   lieef     W\ K.   Beard, Camp  Lister, B.C.  Mrs. C Murrell was a visitor with  Nelson friends a few  days  at the first  ~e ������ w^. ... at.  Alt   &1.CT   Wdj-g*.  Mrs. McAfee of Nelson if spending  the Easter week in Creston, the guest  of Mats. R. Stevens.  Miss Isooei Burnett is spending the  Easter week vacation with her sister,  Eleanor, at Cranbrook.  Nest Sunday opens Save the Forest  Week. A special seimon avail be  preached at Christ Church.  Mrs. O. B. TwIrj, left on Tuesday  for Cp������dbrook, where she is renewing  gLcoijajiifejijjjjc; ������������������*��������������������� few daj-^s.  Misses Mary Bush and Joyce Moore  are visitors with friends in Spokane  this week, leaving on Fiiday.  Mrs. J. S. Irvine and son. John, of  Fernie are Easter week guests of  Major and Mrs. Mallandaine.  Mrs. H. S. McCreath and daughter,  Helen, are with Spokane friends this  week.    They left on Tuesday.  Rev. J. H. and Mrs. Herdman and  children were motor visitors at Bonners Ferry, Idaho, on Tuesday.  Fob Sale:���������Van San and Parson  Beauty strawberrv plants, no weevil,  $6 per 1000.    Fred' Lewis, Creston.  Ma*fe. Hut lbuat of Mooseja w. arrived  on Thursday to spend the Easter week  with her mother, Mrs. C. Fran sen.  Wanted���������One-horse cultivator, also two well-broken ponies, about 1000  pounds each. Write Box 27, Review  Office.  Strawberry    Plants ��������� Parson's  Beauty  p! tints  for sale.    S7 per 1000.  A. Cox, Vaness Ranch (Alice Siding),  from 2.80 to 5 to which aU are invited.  Admission 25 cents.  Trinity United Church Ladies' Aid  had one of the most successful Easter  sales in. the aidV history sr. Satssrday  afternoon, when the cash intake from  the sale of sewing, cooking, randy end  tea was very close to S76,  A qiaiete wedding was solemnized on  Saturday a* the home- of Mr. and Mrs.  H. J. Irving, tvhen Mr. Pat Dotvney  of Crest*in and Mass Jean Wood "were  united in marriage. The young couple  will make their home in Creston.  GOVERNMENT LIQUOR AGT  Notice of Application for Beer  License  Notloo Is hereby grlvon that on the 4th day of  May next tho vamleralgmod intends to apply to  Uio Liquor Control Board for a llconBO fn reu-  uccfc of prauuiit-os bcliirjf jwitt of tho building-  known oh tho McConnoll Hotel, nltuato at Kitchener, B.O., upon tho landa doacribod am Lot  Tliroo (8), Block Three (3), Kitchener Townaalto,  Noluon Land RoKltatratlon District, In tho Province of BrltlBh Columbia, for tho aiUo of boor by  tho Klaao or by tho opora bottle for conaumptlon  on the piomiHCH.  ���������Dated this 30th day of Maroli. i������27.   .___,__,  ANOKLA RIZZUTO.  ww As  ������ACf  Notice of Application for the  Approval of Plans  , pot-Mom of tho Kooto-  T������.k������ notice that Crouton Roalnniatlon Com-  jwuijr, limited, will apply to tho Comptrollor of  Walor Klffbtii for tho approval of tho planu of  tho work** to bo oonntruotoil for tho dlvortdon  ot? water rrom Wont Hlvor u ndor application for  a I Icesinn lor So-wr.rlnij vmler purpono. *whlch  applioatlon woh lllod in tho oltloa o. tho Water  Iffsoordor at NolHon on tho HJth alay of Novoan-  b������>r. lOtStt  Tlie wrfttVer I������ to bo dlvortod from the. mid  Htroium on N.IC 1-4 Tia. B, Kootenay.  for pnr-  gHaiuaof roaolauiutioii of a puartloo of tl  nay VIaIh.  'rho planx and NpccifleatlonH of tho uald world*  havo bonii flhxl in tho ollloo of tino (Jonititrollor,  Hl>ll dllpKcUtUw Of Mlloll IttlOlM (Old   NlJl������>l(l<VLt Ioiih  aro now oainn to IriHnoouoii lit tho offlooofthe  WaUnr lloiioralor at Noluon.  nitfftctiouu may i>(, iijimI with tho Connptrollor  ,tt M)fr tliiio pelor lo alio oxpimtlon or thirty  iIiivh aruia* tho tlnil ���������.nalillinatlaiii of tliln iiotlco,  Thedutau of tho fla-nt publication of thin notlr.o  ������* A|������H1 in, WW.  OltICHT<IN HKOI.A"M ATKIN OOMPANY,  I^TIl,, Applicant,  lly A. I* M������t.lULt,<iOIT, A|_.vnl.  The Wnmeti'8 Auxiliary (missionary)  of Christ Church announce a salver tea  at the Vicarage on Thursday next, the  2*bbh April.  Stbawbkrbtt Pu-Nts ��������� Senator  Dunlap and VanSmn strain*berry plants  at 86,50 per 1000. Monard Wigen,  Wynndel,  B,C.  Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. Speers and family were Spokane visitors at couple of  days at the first of the week, making  the trap by aitto.  Pigs Fob Saus���������Yorkshive-Daaroc  Jersey cross, ready April J_7th,  going  grice.   A. Q. Cox, Vaness Ranch (Alice  id ing), Croston.  Housm Fob Samd���������Five-room house  on two lots on Fifth street, or will  rent to i*elhtble party. H. S. McCreath, Creston.  GitAr-Ee���������For sale, .talian grape  vine, fine nnd heulthy, 60 cents per  root,ior i educed prices for quantities.  S. P������iociaz/o, Sirdar  Little Misses Hilda und Lily Heigh-  ton of Pi'octer are spendinp* their Kiift-  tor vaciation here with thoir aunt.  Mrs. W. S. McAlpIne.  Miss Daisy Moul, who has spent  the paBt few* months with hor slater,  Mrs, Stun. Hondron, has returned to  to her home in Vancouver,  The bishop of Kootenay Is expected  to pay   his   annual   visit   to  Creston  alio ut May   XOtb,   for  the paarposcof  holding a conflanuitlon service.  Fob Sama���������Two milk nnd butter  cows, one just fra-sh and the other will  fretahon in Juno. Alan few packs of  potatoen.   Angus Cameron,  ICrlokson.  Chan.  Moote   In at Kitchener this  i.'������������'L. ;������1m������-������<-! I.������j !i> aSoio^ r._a-.t_w>k' ttta w>y  woi'k In cin.neotloh with the Hathaway development projrnit near that  town.  Misses Edith Crawford ami Marjorie  Learnaonth, and Jim Cherrington,  who ace taking fourth year high  school work at Nelson, are home for  the Bister week holiday.  For SaxjS���������Chevrolet touring ear in  good condition. *850s Also three _ots  next Churnh of England, and 4-room  cottage with two loafs. For terms  apply Mrs. W������ K. Brown.  Miss r?. Westwood. who has charge  of the school at Ct������al Creek, spent  Saturday and Sunday wath Major and  Mrs. Mallandaine, en route to New-  Denver for the week's vacation.  The few warm days we ha������S last  week produced excellent bass fishing  and those who tried oait their luck last  week had no trouble taking the legal  catch of twenty in a short time.  C B. Twigf? left on Tuesday for  Roosville, where he will spend a  couple of days on horticultural department work, in the only commercial  orchard district in E;ist Kootenay.  a^ .neeting of the 1927 Ohaiifcauoua,  guarantors is being held this Thursday  evening? to organize for the four bStar  days of entertainment that will be  held at Creston at the end of May.  We are now booWng ordesrs for  Tomatoes. Cabbaaa-e, Cauliflower, Celery, and assorted flower plants,? for  spring planting. Place your orders  early.    Cook's Greenhouse, Creston.  As will be seen by official notice  elsewhere Monday, May 16th, is the  final day for enrolling names on the  1927 provincial voterts list. The revision court will be held at the court  hoa'ise at 10 a.m.  Geo, H. Kellly is the first of the  local merchants to do the wiring for  the coming of electric light in September. A. Weir and Fred Hale  made the installation in the new drugstore last week.  The feature of the Easter services  was the children's worship at Christ  Church at 10,15 in which the Sunday  school Rhaldren of Erickson and  Creston participated. The collection  was taken in eggs and nineteen dozens  were given, which have been sent to  the hospital at Nelson.  C. W. Robinson, Dominion fishery  inspector for Kootenay-Bonndary,  was hereon an official visit on Monday. He has posted notices at likely  places notifying that the day's catch  of bass is now limited to twenty.  Jjr. Dove*** an electrician of ^Frsi!  was here on Saturday between trains  looking the situation over with a  view to opening an electrical shop.  He figures it is just a little- too soon to  locate, but will be back again in July.  All Conservatives are invited to the  bridge whist and dance under the  auspices of the Ladies' Conservative  Club at tne Parish Hall to-night, 22nd,  with cards due to start at S o'clock  prompt. Mrs. Lister will have charge  of the dance music. S .'   /���������  ' }  D. T\ and Miss Scrim geour got away  on Sunday for their new home at  Vancouver. The former travelled by  motor via Spokane and Portland, but  Mass Scrimgeour went' by train. Mr.  Scrimgeour figured th6 auto trip  would take fows* da-^s.  I>r. Lailie left on Sunday for Viotoi-J  ia where he as spentinsr. the week  attending the annual convention of  the British Columbia Dental Association. Principal Kelly of the -high  school io also at the capital this week  for a teachers* association conference.  Ftji-tt-jiTURE For Sale���������Oak. d lining  "table, 3 extra leaves, p-ooci" as new;  3 o*ik dining chairs; oak dining arm  chair; Congolcum rug9x12 feet; coal  heater; small washstand and ware;  kitchen cupbourd; bedstead complete,  or would sell separately. E.H.Coppen,  Park Hoad, Creston.  The three days of summery -weather  ast week���������Tuesday, Wednesday and  Thursaay���������has been followed by something akin to early winter, Monday  morning there was a gale out of the  west with the mercury going down to  30, and on Tuesday morning 26 was  recorded.   Wednesday saw it at 17.  Uc .nf������r_nat_bn:'' is .acl_3ng yasf to his  intentions in connection wish a new*  residence, fyf ' * ...  There was an encouraging turnout;  of b������ndstjien at tKs Kicating on Tuee-  day nightt at which It was decided to  Fe-oFganiss the Crestor: and DastrScS  Brass Band3 with W^ J^ Truscott chds  en president;   Bred Saniibb, secrefcaty,,   j������    W������ v*^ - Jl��������� I _^������^_ .. ��������� 4.^^. .TB^rf.'..   :  fcices will start alraosb Immediately so  as to be Sn shape for the Confederation Jubilee celebration on July Isfes  Sixteen members joined up at the  meeting  The Premier garage this week te.  ports the sale of a Ford dump truck to  the public works department to be  used on gra". veil ling operations in this  section. The firm have also sold a*  1927 Chevrolet touaing car to W.  Kernaghan. Two overhauled Chevro������  lets have been sold J'������"W.Ma_Bailto'"_i &,n*i  Frank Maione. So Sa_r this season  they have' sold five Chevrolets as  compared with one sale up to this  time in 1926.  SHEEP FOR SALE  Shropshire and -Dorset ewes that  will have two .lambs each. $35 for two  sheep and foar iambs. Parties wanting  two or more sheep should order now  as customers will be supplied as soon  as lambs arrive.   J. DAVIS, Creston.  The Start in Life  -i- ���������  is sieVeiytmsLtE  and CHICKS raised on  Ogilvie's Scratch Feed  and Growing Mash  will be the  nest fall.  LAYERS  Then use  Follow  with  jK_������������. fW3<amBm  4Pa&asi/ '-"*t*������S_H_fe!������J!.   ?������_5_������a*  fc_^*f*l������  Garden and Field Seeds  FABMERS1 SUPPLY DEPOT  CHAS. MU_iEEI_I_ '..     /  Li&M mntS Me&syy  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  An important village property deal  was closed oh Friday laist. when H. S.  McCreath pwrehased the splendid residential property of li. B. Staples on  Victoria Avenue and gets possession  at the first of the month. Mr. Staples  is out of town at present and authen* j  Shoe and Harness Repairieis  Am miWi^ais&SSi  i  ���������n  HI  -.ii  J-ti-ft-.^*_8������-l.^il������-iRZ-tl^i J.      if _fm_L-%JBLutj    -Hi!  DRESS LENGTHS, consisting of Voiles  Crepes, Broadcloths, and Rayons  Make your selections while our rungo is conapHoto. '���������.,.-  Potterfs English Prints   ^  Latest patterns, and coiora all guaranteed fa$b.  We have also a large range of  Washwell Ginghams, 36 in* wide, at 50c. per yard  This ia the ideal goods for children's wear.  Groceries  ^^KnkmmgM^^  tfHI J^^^mmmmmS^^k  &S, ...~***������-  JNi-rMMI-r-tarHii |>MaatMHi|r|rMlf bmmmmmmWsmWmmVf     ***|_-tlt--^*^lll-% ****    t**-'4"* :*-***** **m ���������**-** **��������� **,*rf  W^^F^ ^L^LW^ ^^^L^^^m^^Sk   i^LK^^^esszmWS |_i_ri_i __._JI_t_.-l-rr_k l_fe_H_i ''  ^^flMHgmM| ffiKMw|M|| -BH     WM ^2S!2i__n__SSy BBQrHflHW-O���������������_.  ua  Bi  B!EiiE^^������S������fiSS

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