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 fvv;;r;,:^*.*?'i/-������t������-������v>a^t."?;'*  'V^o^  *C  5. -  fcV  v.-.  rnrD  ���������     5       SB    \Wl&  -j/-,.^  ���������^"WTTTOV.   Vou XIX.  *&>  CBESTON, B. C, FRIDAY. APRIL 1, 1927  who  will operate  the ranch  for  the  O. It. Paulson of Spokane was a busJU-:  nnss visitor hero last week.  Jos. Sania^ who has JseesTtvorking at  Goatfell since September, ,}b b^ack-in  town for a few days, . fie made .a- IjfSp-  to Oreston oa Buiaday;-;r^nruing^exfc  day,/���������- ~>      - ���������  -V-'*''.'/'*  ''-c'  "- -.-  business in AlbWta^rejfcbrned on;/Sat<-  urd^fcto 'hi* home-hefife.--'**  iMtS^.4ki Yierbury ^olLtsfcfrr is her^at  prresent on t^visTt $rith!- -feer daughter,  Douglass McKee."r. '   *-    *  B. Johnson' got back oh Sunday  frona v> week's holiday spent in Spjok-  ane. ��������� '?.'- _   - -,'"":'  Andy Wickhcdm of Canyon wa-sa  Cssayon was a bet-ween trains business  caller on Sundav. ""'" "  ?' Harry Spence, manager of the Sash  & Door Company,  Limited,   spent the  weekend   with   his  family   at   Cram-"  brook.   He got back on Monday.  Tbe dance.and,whist in  Hunt's Hall  ������n Saturday was-fairly well attended.  Those  were:  first  winning  Miss Grace  prise at'   cards  Kendall and 1>. D.  Was* jSfcrongh who hits been cwRfty olaiJCJIly of Calgary, while the'consolation  T������ ������>������������ una uciru Tnnjriw*  ing  rat Ooatfelf, arrived -in t^^ss on  Saturelsy for few days' fstay. .fie also,  made & business  trip- to Oreston on  Sunday.  Ivan   Staples,   Hobcrfc. Byrne   and  -Canute Anderson of Creston  motored  5��������� - ������5-������ ;������_-. _s_.i_._a -i J_l:-. -.1-iJ  its uu K3ai,ua-ue.jr mgiiu iw tuc w uiov nuu  * O���������������������������������=>-  sss-jae  honor* went to Mies Vera Langlois  and A*. Howard. The dance music  was by ^Mrs. ;W. Arb, piano; Lewis  Simpson," violin.      . .  Mrs. Carl Anderson was hostess at  ar. af terns on tea Thursday for. some  of her friends, and a most enjoyable  time was spent with cards, after which  a dainty lunch was served. The invited guests were Mrs. Payne off Creston,,  Mrs. 33. McGnnegal, Mrs. N. P. Molander, Mrs. N. K. Devlin, Mrs. - A.  Abrahauieon.  Miss Delia Hand!sy left at the end of  the week for Btairmore, Alberta where  she wall, .make a visit with relatives  and friends.? -    -    V>  -' '"*��������� " "*  Dick Hall,- who has been on the Imperial Bank staff at  Creston tbe past  .month, I**ffc on Sunday for Naftai* to   w^!?  which branch he has been Appointed  as ledgerkeeper.  one of -Alf. Nelson's places on a crop  sharing basis.  The Lister school scholars had three  days vacation at the end of la6t week,  due to the indisposition of Principal  Jenks. School was open again as  usual on Monday.  ir&lBBJP&tW  business  visitor the  aanee.  tot., was h  day.  J. R. Kottet offlitossland was a business visitor here on Thursday. John  Robertson of the C.P.R. staff. Oran-  broo&p was here on a business trip,  Friday.  W* O. Davis, who is trapping up  Goat Rsver, spent the weekend in  Kitebenmv A. G. Straidwicke, prei-id-  ent of Leadville Mining Compay, was  also dowa for the weekend.  B. Graiia-p-i, IX^eaton^ JfsJBmW&faSmy*.  and  3.   Humble   of  Canybn, vpairsaed  through oh Saturday -with their teams  from Goatfell, where they* have been  logging all winter.  -  K. H. Machuiu of the C.P.R. natural  resources department, Calgary, Alberta, a burliness visitor here Thursday.  Non is Mindlin, Crown Tailoring Co.  representative, Cranbrook, was here  on' a professional call, Sunday ' He  went back Monday. s  V, Z. Manning, school inspector for  Bast Kootenay, Cranbrook,. made his  spring visit to Kitchener school at the  first of the week.  Mr..Mrs. Brio Demers and daughter,  GSema. rrbo have been residing oh the  M Seven Ranch, belonging to P. R,  Paulson, for the past two years,left on  Monday for Edmonton, Alberta. His  place here is taken  by Charles  Rush*  Mrs. Ashley Cooyer left on Friday  fcr Trail v������'here she is visiting with  Mr. Cooper and her son John.  Mrs. Towson, who has beeft.on nursing case at.-Creston the past snonftb,  arrived houae on Sunday.  T. Slingsby of Kimberley is spending- a fet* days at the ranch here at  pre&ent..      - .  .   T  John   Bathie   left .on  Friday on a  Miss 'Irene Huscroft and Miss Mc-  Intvrepf Creston were weekend guests  of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Wigen.  Siie Wood arrived on Sunday from  Kimberley on a short visit with has  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Wood.  ^iraT^ev'era^ /Vice-principal -*=^  Wynndel school, spent the' weekend  with her-parents at Procters.  Mr. and Mrs. 'Reg. Price and son,  who have been or a visit with the  tatter's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Matt.  Hagen, left for their home at Riondel  on Monday.  Mrs. Vic Johnson left on Monday  for Nelson, where she will spend .the  next week or ten days.  During the weekend the residence  of O. Hindley, which is now unoccupied, was entered by some yoaiths who  ransacked the place and then took Mr  Hindley'a rifle and ammunition Into  the hills, where they amwped' thenv-  selves "for some time firing off the  shells. Tbe rifle was returned on  Sunday evening.  Bob Dodds was- borne for a few days  last week from - trapping, operations at  Cultus Creek, and?reports quite successful work particularly with the lynx,  I the past month.  .?���������;     . -  R. J. Long got*-'back at the end of  the week from Penticton, where he  had been attending a meetings of the  Associated Growers.  What will likely- be the last worth  mentioning shipment   of   1023  apples  "s?erit Sizst c*^,, TnEoday*& *A-ay freight.  There weie about 200 boxes in the lot,  mostly Spies and Wageuer.  A telephone has just been installed  at ihe John Hall ranch.  Wilfred    Langston,    arrived    from  ce. Jdciho,  os Thtsrsda-^ l������sf������ for  spring work on has ranch,  and plans  clearing three or more acres  Bert Yerbury arrived  home on Fri  -unjr    auir   o|������Li������g    nuiS.      ������5.6    u*S>5   vEGil  working at the power project at South  Slocan the past three months.  Rev, J. Herdman , held - the u*ual  United Church service on Sunday  morning last.  Harry Yerbury and Bob Dodds, who  have, been trapping at Cultus Creek  the past ������sis weeks, came in on Friday,  returning on Monday. They will likely be there till the season closes at the  end of the month. They report quite  a successful trip.  Miss Beth Putnam was a Craabrcok  visitor a few days last week, where  she was havingsosne dental work done  by Dr. Miles.  The government road grader has  been at work' in this section the past  week" and has the roads in very fine  shape for traffic now.  Mrs. Ron. Lidgatbe, who has spent  the past three 'weeks with her another  Mrs McKelvey, left on Monday for  new home at Lethbridge, Alberto.  Mr. and Mrs.. Hertig of Kimberley  spent the weekend hero with Mr. and  Mrs. John Hail, eta route to resume  his former position at Trait. Mr. Her*  tig has been doing? special work at the  eoro^pany^toT^-^^ijcube'Hey- the past,  few months.  C. B. Twigg of Creston, provincial  horticulturist, is in the area these  days, esaminining the vacant orchards, and giving - expert help and  advice to those requiring bis services.  Albert Hurl-of Oriliia, Ontario, was  a visitor here for a few days last week  with his uncle, Richard Hurl, en route  home after a holiday visit at Vancou-  Geo. Davie waa a visitor at Cranbrook on feuslness a. counle of days at-  the end of the week.  Mrs, F. Knott is a visitor at Glenlilly  this week, the guest of her daughter,  Mrs. Bar-sbardt. . ' -  Mr. and Mrs. Erie Demers of Kitchener, who have been on a visit with  the former's brother, Pete Demers*  left a few days ago for Leduc,' Alberta,  whexe they will again reside permanently.  Charlie Pipe and Arthur Bond left  a few days ago for Bonnington, where  they are expecting to 5and a- season's  job on the West Kootenay Power &  Light Company construction programme that requires about.400 ?men.  The Anglican service usually held  on the first Sunday as postponed to  Monday, the 11th, owing to the Bible  Society meeting taking place' at Creston next Sunday.  .���������  A pleasant sight Is the hea*  grader  working as far as the school corner,  which    will    help     travelling     very  snuch.    From   That   point   south JiQii  Huscroft is improving the  going with I  aid af the oldtime horse drawn grader.  ODD ������jl������.yw*iJ, wuir una uetu  e������jj������iOjr ���������-  ���������mvr/m mat  SEAS0M1927  Mr. C. Foster arrived on Snnday  last from Yahk to ta*k^ over the permanent post of night operator.  Jas. Mannsrino and Jas. Wilson  were business visitors at Creston between traains on Monday^ ���������  ed at XiEttberely the past fe*w"months,  arrived this week for .a few weeks*  vacation at his home here.    V.--.  The tractor and grader have been a  work on  the main   road at   Canyon  thisjgg&ek, and the travelling is somewhat better in consequence.  The   Ladies'  Community ��������� Club are  having    a   hard    times   masquerade  I dance'at the hall auo-nigbt. '%.���������  C. Bush, who has been operating a  tie camp on Goat mountain ' back of  the Holder ranch, has completed operations for the season and has about  1000 piled at Erickson awaiting, ship  ment.  MJBtGi*  K.K. Kiuh Concert  $5.60 TACBXK   BOXi For   *he  largest Blaok Bass caught durihj?  the season.  $3.50 Standard Bait Canting Rod,  for Second largest Black Bans  caught during the season        ''  $4.60 "Stag Brand Telescopic  81 foot Steel Rod, tor the largest  Rainbow, Cutthroat) or Eastern  Brook Trout caught during the  season.  $3.60, Pigskin Fly Boole. Por the  largest Silver Trout.or Kaniloops  Trout oaught in Kootenay Lake  during the season,  J&KOULATIONS  Competitors must purchase 25o  or kuore cif . Taofclo at %..m aiore.  Have your name registered when  you   make your first purchase of  Tackle,, ������������������"���������.'       .���������..'���������;  . All fish must be brought', in ao  taken from the water, toba weighed aud measured.  Prices will awarded Novem  ber 15th*  V    MAWSON  The annual concert of Wynndel  Kill Kare Klub attracted quite a large  turnout on Saturday evening, March  10th, the old schoolhouse being filled  to capacity, and finite en fair program  was presented. Probably the best  items of the evening were three dialogues, a monologue, and a qifurtette  by Misses Severn and D; Butterfield,  and Messrs. W. Mason and A. H. Tow-  eon. .  The dialngue, "The Duck Creek  Gossip." wias well received, and Mrs.  B. Andeetnd and Messrs. P. Haigen  and A. IB. Townoti did very well in  the parts ontrusted to them. "Station  Y Y��������� Y Y," a radio play, wus a star  piece, and was loudly applauded.  Oncar Hagen warn tlie outAttindlng  character, in the putt of Herbert,, tlie  radio fiend's son.  "Turn''Dm Out,*'a very enjoyablo  comedy, was most popular with the  young oncR, and Measfn. T. Monford  and W. Johnson were,the outstanding  chairaeters.  Mias P. Fox nl I, who gave the mono.  Bovine, 44ncRgap^' caimc In for th<** UonV  share of the npplaaane for any ono  Item, and she fully deserved it, as she  gave a lengthy tind difficult recitation  with confidence and splendid aeting.  The Interval botweon paarts oa^e and  two of the program watt brightened  up by D. Kunst of Bomvell, with a  ���������couple of songs. A danco followed  tho coibcoat aarid a good crowd remain-  ed, und all report a ft������'f������t-clii.iiB time.  The gross intake waa In tlae vicinity of  $75.  C. H. Phillips of Kimberley was at  his ranch over the-weekend.  Mrs. Reynolds, who has been visiting her daughter. Mi s. A. 33. Tedford,  returned to her home at Qaiusboro,.  Sask., last week.  W. P. Kdwarde, who has been on a  visit at Nelson and Spokane, for the  past ten days, returned to Lister on  'Friday.  E. H. Smith has just finished blowing- stumps on five-aeres of land. . This  gives him fifteen acres ready for  cultivation. The new acreage will.be  sown to alfalfa.  A..K. Berpard of the Putadiso ndaio,  Invernifi', is paying a ten day visit-to  his ranch here, arrivlpg on Thursday  last.' '*' ���������  Joe Swizinski, \\**r^pta������is beeu on the  Charlie" BHsb place for the past few  months, at HuBcroft," moved to Canyon last week, where he is  operating  GRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, April  Bm  rlorence vidor  in  "You Never  Know Women  ss  The public bo praised.    Thoy  raised Florence Vidor to '  stardom.       Hem's     her  first'  ��������� starring   vehiele���������:.  don't mias it.  Me. and Mrs. < Lonsby were visitors  with Creston friends a couple of days  ttt the first of the week.  Geo. Mawsoa, who is operating a rat  line**between Sirdar and Kuskanook,  is reportod to be taking some worth  whale catches so far this season, which  runs till the end of April.  Rev. S. Newby is due here for  Church of England services at 8 and  10.30 a.m. on Sunday.  Auto travelling in this vicinity "is  good now bub until roads dry out and  get some grader attention between  Alice Siding and "Wynndel eas? owners  are in no hurry to take out licenses.  Mrs. Bainford of Nelson was here  for a short stay with her sister last  week, en route home from a visit at  Cranbrook.  Mrs. Shaw, who has been occupying  the house on the Jonea-Jansen ranch  for some months past, left at the first  of the week for Wardner where she  will be employed in future.  . Ike Lewis was a business visitor at  Creston on Tuesday.. going upon  horseback i  About the last of the Sirdar landmarks disappeared this week when  the old building on the main road  with the "Slow" signs on it was de  mollohed by Jim Puscuzko, who is  Using the lumber to build a gat age.  The structure was erected ut the time  Mr. Brlgga was the C.P.R. agent  at Sirdar.  " ^ ;  * ���������  Grand Forks tax rate is 32 inills.half  of which Is d   In   finance   the  town schools.  To avoid being overloaded with free  church boosting the CranbrootV papers  have agreed to let each denomination  have a week In rotation, atid they are  expected to keep thels publicity down  to one column a week,  A committee of 80 m^mbere, representing every fratemaal and other  OH-ganlzlation in Cranbrook���������including  the ministerial association���������will handle the Canada Confederation Jubilee  celebration at Crcurjbrook.  Thb EftGt Kootenay Telephone Oom-  pmny, which cnntrolH the phono arays-  tenia at Cranbrook and Fernie, paid a  7 |a>lig* <i'Mfi. K.tv'.Ul'.K. Oil l������i20������J|M--,'.������i,i!������������������lt..  This Is tho third  time since the com"  prany n*a������ Incorporated that a dividend  lias been paid.  Earnest Langston, who has been taking a course in telegraphy at Vancouver the past "few months, arrived on  Tuesday on a visit with Mrs. Langston  jajgo* fdmalyv, -who- liave spent the  winter, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Halstead.  Quite a number from here were at  Creston on Monday night to hear Col.  Lister, M.P.P., gave,a review of the  work at the 102? session of the lrgisl ib-  ure. His address was the best he has  deliveied since entering dublic life,  and he touched the- more important  of  uaao  fashion.  Btuaiuil    iaa     |>tai:uivai  In order that no one will be over*  looked the surprise party enthusiasts  are working two nights a week fat  present. Last Thursday the Hongland  home was invade and on Sikturday the  McRobb residence was the scene of  operations; Dancing was the main  feature in both cases with the Maw-  son-Ditvift orchestra*, in charge of the  snuslc.  At Vernon the board of trade is asking the city onuncll for a grant of not  less than $500 for publicity work.  Cranbrook gives $300 nnnuaHy.  ORESTON BRANCH  Canadian    Auxiliary   British  and Foreign Bible Society.  Public Meeting  in the  Grand Theatre, Creston  at THREE p,m.  SPECIAL AB-DRESSES ''  by  Rev. Dr. Daly  Rev. X Herdman  Rev. S. Ncwby  A Gospel will be presented to  eVeiyono attending.  COME IN CROWCS i PXA fftV:  8EH2_   I^IYIISWV   ORESTON,   B.   Ct  ?*^*e^ei^i^:^-p^^  FiraSanders Dislike Red  IS  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY  The King: and Queen will hold royal  courts at ISiaelcinghani 'Palace on May  24 and 20 and June 21 and 22. j  Lady    Rliondda    has    instituted    a \  ���������whu-lwiiMl suffrage campaign designed ';  to   an fin oaioe   ahe   Prime   Minister   to i  support,  .a   iiieiisui'fi   si-anLing   a.   butlo".  lo aii wukkm] u'.er 21.  Women students of OxXcaixl .and  Ciiiubrltl-ge Univeri-.ili������.������s look pai'L in  a boat riM-t- for Ilia? -firs-i. lime. The Ox-  lord crew won. The vaee was aver :t  li:������ll>niilt! coutho on Ahe upper Thames.  Toje phono sorva<.'������? b������'t*vvoen Cub;;  and Gi-o?^t Tirh.ahi' was recently in-  aitgat'rated, Tho rate ��������� will be $S7 for  the first three miaules and ������2$ for  each aaliliuonal niintia<.' hot woen Havana and London.  Montreal \va< a. mievh more kiw  abidlng e-iay in '\'.*2k* thnn lu the "preceding .jcj&ar. r.ccordtr.5; 10 static-1 i**s  just annoimeed by ���������Chief of '.Police  llelanger, There were four luunlcrs.  one les* than iho luoeedhig \ear, bur.  other crimes have shown more jaou&-  ble decL^ases.  Wall N3t>6 Tolerate Color 'Which  Associated With Bolshevism  An.y.t3il*a*g:associated "with the eolor  red is diflicailtto sell lti ..Firilmid. .An  American Jtiitoinobile manufacturor  eonsigned a large mtiinber offfUiLaitio-  bales to Finland, aaid while most of  the cars sold readily, 40 or tliem were  unsaleable owing to the. various  shades of red that had been used in  -painting the cars. They had to be  repainted to invite Finnish, buyers. In  few couarta-Jes are llolshcvists sind  Bolshevism so disliked as in Finland,  hence-the Flaans' dislike of Ihe color  of red.'  ..others Treat Colds  The New direct" Way  Ko Longer NeceMtwy to *sDose" ChiS������  draj-t With Internal Medicines to  Break Cold.**  Trip Will Be Brier  .Children's cfiges-  tioais are easily upset by too much  "'dosing.5/ Vicks  VapoRub being externally applied;  doc s not upset little  stomachs.  At the first sign oJ  croup, sore throat,  -or any other cold ta-ouble-, apply Vicks  freely. There is nothing to swallow���������  youf just "tub it oh;*'  Will  Prince of V/aias' Canadian Visit to  Cover Only Sax Weeks  Instead of spending ?lx weelcs si a  his ranch an Alberla, the Prince of  Wales ?_s. 1101 lilcelv 1������ be away from  >ha gland' Cor more llum six"'"weeks altogether ' oai lilt- t.'unadlan visit thiy  summer. .Vuhough i he ������������������ dei a tied :u  rangemcan.*> jCor his visit have' not yea.  heen completed the 'Canadian I'i-cs.-.  Itnai-ns that, iho suggested six weeU.v  will very likely repi*oseiU the whole  period   6f tlie   Prince'*   absence   front j muled  Overt 1* Miitto&J&Jzs Useo \Ye*%8&?  France Is Playing Safe  Not Discuss Armaaiient Problem  With United States  Franco has objected iu the past 1o  suggestions that ������������������������������������reiara-ssioii of her  debt might be tho reward for an  agreement a-estriciins armaments.  She   does: so   on   the   propcrt:   ground'  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  MARCH 27  REVIEW:     ������������������     STUDIES     IN     THE;  CHRISTIAN   LIFE I   .  , 1  Golden Text: If ye lovo Me. ye will!  lces������p My commandments.���������John 3 4.15.  Devotional _?e:adtng: Revelation 7.  9-17.-.. ..  .  ftftview   By   Means-of Allusions  The-.deyil ..can--cite Scripture for  his purpose.���������Shakespeare.  May we 'never tie deaf to the ea*y  oi! the man from Macedonia, In -whatever way la.18 need is made -known to  LIS.  IT your character is infatuated by  love of praise, desire ol* money, .eagerness for pleasures, the: lust ?������6r revenge, the fear of dislionoav losses or  death, the salt loses it savor.���������Eras -  I anus. ��������� ,.-.. .-���������   ���������"���������-.������������������-���������'       ���������v-,-..v. ?;..-.���������>.-,  1     To go tha-ough iife caul ..plead.-at the j  j end of it that wei haye riot broken any  j one of    the    commandments    is    but  what   the  servant did   Who   kept   his  I talent carefully unspent, and yet was  sent  to. outer darkness  tor liis .use-r  lessness.���������Frou'de. .,.,-,���������  To me nothing neems more natural  tlv������->->      tTloj-      i t������*������      Or>^v     ^vP     Mn'h.'    i>T>������v..lVl'    B*^'.  carried of the. Spirit info -'.gram SQli-  taadea, and there confront the teanp-  ter.Ts-Carlyle.   ���������' ''., ??���������'  Japan   has   seen  believers   scattered abroad and-nanny with one accord  (hat hnaneia! pressure cannot 00 poi-\    .   ,        , ...  ,.,,-*/,.,������  ,���������-,,,., ���������.,������������������   :..,,...������������������-.   ,.���������jj..i^^[ B������vJng heed  to  the   things; that were  to  determino   iutoraan]   policies t  Kngland.  ad a earl j"  The' Triai cl-*  iu August.  h?av������.->s t'ev <!an-  "^&'^^il^I?TQ,,  m  OUR BOWELS IF  nimfi  I  To-niglit!  and  A  VJa-JLl  117  it Witl Paevent Uicerat������d Throat.��������� -;  At'the iirst syntpaenis of sow throat.;  ���������which pa-esagf'S ulceration and in- '  tlunmiaiion. talie a spoonful of l">r.������  Thomas''' Kclectrie Oil. Add a lit Lie i  .sugar to at ro make it. palatable.  will allay the irriaa.Liou and prevent i  ahe ulceration and swelling that are.;  so painful. Those who wcto period-',  kaliy subject to quinsy laave thus!  made themselves immune  to atac'k.     1  1 oi: security.,   foaisecmenlly.  when  she]  (replies to  E'rehldent .'Coolidge thai  she \  j prefers   to   soek   a. ..'solution    of    thtj -;  'armament     problem    by     considering 3  land, sea., and air qu oast ions together,]  stn<l   through   alu*  T^������agato  of Nations,  to wlrich  tlie  United  States  aloe\s  not  1 -C, adhere*, sho  mesms Just  ont>  thing ���������  she   meaais-   that   she  thinks   she   has  nothing   to   gain   From   America   and  ���������something  to   gain,   in    l-hirene.���������Tne  Oan look, Xew York.  spoken.  ALMOST HELPLESS  Keeps in Style!  Wear the colors that are stylish, but  save the cost of new materials and  labor o_ sewinjy. You can horns dye  old dresses just as good as the professional dyers!  The s������cret of perfect home dyeing  .('riiitirig, tooj is to use real dye. Diamond Dyes are true dyes; they dye  true evens col-ors and tint in bs-mtiful  tones. And so easy to use! Any kind  of goods���������right over other qolors. Dye  your curtains, and other famishing-,  ���������too.?-.--  FREE" ask any druggist for the Diamond Dye Cyclopedia. Valuable suggestions, simple directions. Fiece-  ��������� coeds c^ler~ss tan pies. Or v?ri-e for bi01  illustrated book Color CJraEt to DIA^  MONDDVES, Dept.Nl2. Windsor,  Ontario*  Mak0 it NEW for 1-5 sis!  Winnipeg Newspaper Union  Glean  your  bowels  end Headaches, Colds,.  Sour Stomach  Get  a  lO-a-eut  box.  Put aside--just once���������the Salts.;  Pills. Castor Oil or Purgative Waters';  which Btiorely force a passage-way I  through the bowels*, but do not;  thoroughly cleans**, fret-hen and pnrt- ;  fy these- drainago organs, and have rws?  elTect what over upon the liver and;  stomach. ���������   '    i  Keeji yonr "insades" pure and fresh !  with Clasearots, which thoroughly !  ��������� cleansp- tlae stoma'ch, remova.; the tin-j  digested, sour food and foul -gases, j  take t.ie excess hale from the liver j  sind cany out of the system all the i  constipated waste ma tier and poisons!  in tlie bowels. i  A   ens caret .tonight will   mal;e  youi  fool   great   by   morning.     They   work',  while  yon sleep���������never gripe, sicken, I  and   cost  only   3 0   ���������c-nts a hox   from;  yoni"  druggist.     Millions of men   an<3 j  ivonia-ii take a Casef-tret now and then '  and novoi*    have    Headache,    TJilious-  ness, Sovere  Coldrf, IntiiReataon. Kour  SI-ouKicDs  aar Const ipated Bowels.  C:is-  caret.s   belong    in    every    household.  Childrcm just, love to  I alto them.  The ei vera ko man Mponds a lot of  money for expmienre and alien SJ\'e������  other people the benefit ol. il Tree of  "liiii*}j;������������,  Miller's    Worm    Powders    act     .so;  UtorouRhly   Ihat  Rlonaaohlc and intfl's-1  linal worms pa������s I'rnni tlie t*lii3d Willi- -  ont bi'lnf* notictMl  aaad -without saieoaa-  venii>aTf:<������   to   the   sufferer.     They   aro  painless* and peiTccl  iaa action, staid at.  nil iaiu.f>H will h������* found :i helahy ina>di-  elne,   , strengthen tnrs      tlae      iiafnaitlle  sloiiiftfh and malinnininp; il  iaa "rlpror-  oaas  operjiiion.   so   lhal, besides belnj*.  an efrni'iive vin-nili'ns^aa, Ihey are toni-  eaS mnd heallh-niyanK in their effect*.  Sni!)!;������>il i:eiUii.yi*- max he cleaned h.\  wsij-hlnij: them with eloilas wrunp; f>ul  ol' wwlev in which a small piece ot  wash Ink sorla has  been dissolved  i4������>il>������M0������������������������*O������>������������������**������*������������*M*'*S**  PUT STOMACH IN  1 >������ >������>���������������>>������.  nDncD  %^i\_j?^t\  AT  0 1VL.  Pape's      Diapepsin"      for  Gas,  .ndig-estion or "  Sour .Stomach |  HHmilllMIIMH lll������<������H <������������< MMIIMlt  Instantly!   Stomacli corrected! -Yovt  A Nova Scotia Lady Tells How  ' She Found Relief    ���������,  Among, the well-known residents of  Nineveh. N.S., is Mrs. William Silver,  who tells for the benefit oC other sufferers   how   she  found   a*eltef  from   si  seveae attack   of   rheumatism.-     Mrs.  Silver   says:���������"In    the   early   fall   o������  3 926,   I   contracted  a  cold   which .developed Into a severe attack of muscular   rheumatism.     In   fact,   it. silmosL.  totally   disabled   me,   and   I   suffered j  great  agony  most'of tlie   iime.  Afier'.:  trying- in vtun.to get something to re-1  Sieve  me,  I   decided, to  take 33r. Wis- ���������  liams' Pink Fills  .which  I had  heard j.  highly recommended.    1 may say that;  'the  quick relief   they   tifforded  really ]  : surprised  me, and  after  taking some]  six boxes of'the pills every twinge' of]  the rheumatism  had gone,   and I am  now  feeling   peter, than   .1   have  been  for   some -years  past.,   The   pills   not  ,    n ���������        .. . _, , ^   ..��������� . ��������� bnly  banished    the '������������������''rheumatism,    but  never feel -the slightest ,disires&fronx   helped ane in maaav other wa^st1^^--  in digestion or a sour acul   gassy stem-       Tvy'l>a-. Williams'    Pink    Pills    for  ach, alter you eat a tablet ot    Papos   ami'emia, 'rheumatisin. neuralgia, ner-  Daapepsin..     J.he  anoment  it  reaches j vollsncss  and stomach troaible.    Take  the   stomach   all  sourness,  flatulence, j <hem as a lonic if TOU are not iu the ,  heai-tburn, ga^es, pstlpitataon-aixd pain|,best  of   pUy^-ai   condition   and  cult*  disappear.   -���������Druggists'gun ran tee ������?ach ; va{e ihe ro(4j.st'am?e":tli<i+ ������������iii i.-0An vny i  package to correct digestion nt once. ] ^vell an<J strong. Sokl bv all druggists |  End-your.   stomach    trouble    lor.  few.}��������� gentbv mail at .50-cents a box by f  CentS. l.'l'MiA        T->t Wllliame1    . TLr^.lJ^I-nri       r>.n     '  Every man lias a threefold nature  ���������that which he has, 'fliaE wlitch ha  exhibits sind thsvt which lie thinks lie  has.  The     Dr.     Williams*  Brockville, Ont.  Medicine    Co.,  rrofiiable  Faltlne^s, Company  I JHU  Cause  of Asthma.   No one can say  with   eertstinty   exsieUy   what*,    cause a  the eslablishnient of asllmiaitc condi-  auns. Bust    from    the    street,    from  llowers, from grain, and various otlier  ���������Irritants an ay  set up a trouble Impossible    to    Srrudieate    oxcont    through  a. sure  pre pa rat km such as Dr. J,  T>.  Kellogg'^    Asthma    Kenaedy.    Uncertainty may e���������*<lst a.-i to cause,- ljut.,lbea*o  can   he   no   uncertainty   regarding   a  remedy which has freed j_ generation  j ot asthmatic victims from this scoui'ge  of  the   bronchial   tnbes.     It   is   isohl  everywhere.  Tnvesligalion  has  than 200,000,000 cubic  feel of gas escapes daily 1'i'oni ult well.s in. the Pan  linn die sire.a of Texas.  lace. No. If)���������10 is in sizes 2f, flO, !I2,  'Mi   iu<*h������^   wi'ist,     Wl/.e   :t������>   waist.  jTV jl J_T1.JL_vIL a X1j\j ���������  IWinard's   will    lianlaer   up  tiRiavcrVH   aaid   sore  jatinls.  lin   i'or 11   a-ah aLoxvn,  mmmtmm.  Stiff  Uhij  Keep Minard'n Liniment in the stable.  When a nuiaa la hIowu lals eneaaiies  stop kicking him and liis friends begin.  BRONCHITIS  r-ratvean- a bud rough-    ������>o doca"'flu,M  Ti|i*.-.c Jingerinu n-MUjxi'N ������''c Kjnickly  h,1"! iarHird Ctianibcrlaln^s  bylrnVMiv1.        COM^h   R^5|Tla<5dy  Nai* walal at pre-wair price*    2f>c, 50e  The   Nevv   Under-garrraents  Give  Slen  deriziii'd   Lines  Thn wnuiaii or glrj *>\ho delights in  anahlng her own lingerie xx-iU Hud I  aln.'.se atia'actix-e drsiwers unite easy loj  fushaoai and it style that aloes away |  witla needless materia] 511; the w'tlst,  and hips oxvInK to the well-lit ted [  sliapml Iron I. yoUo which I'sastens at;  ihe sides, while ahe back is slightly  gathereal to a hand. View A shows':  the Hii'iilght lower ������.>dg������' tj-iaii/neil wllli ]  wide l������io<\ and View B lias the sides ]  : I'owuh-d  and    finished     wllli     aaarrov ]  ,\    r. .     1 . . s  n ,!���������       fir,      .1.1      .ft      '  ���������������*l>  rn-  aajaaJros I'M yards M-hidi j'jutl.erUil, or  ���������]% yards Jlfl-lneh*; 1% yards wide  hiee,*or ������������������ yiti'ds aasirrow lane for trbn-  nilng.    Price 20 cents the pattern.  The sfkeret  of dlsMlneiivo dro'ss Mos  In. kihiiI ImhIo valhor thah a lavish on- [  pendliurn  of money,   "livn'ry    wonniin j  shonhl want lo miilm lior own adolhes, i  iind   iha>   liouk*   dr^MHiiuilcer   >vlll   <lnd '  ahe   ih'tdgns   illuiitraled   in   our   new  Fa.Mhinn   I Kink   lo    ho    pnaellenl    and  simple,  yet  nauinialniaag ihe spJrlt. of  thi>   11111111 <���������   of   Ihe   mom out.   Price   of  the  hook   10  eeaat s   flm   ermx*.  How To Order Patterns  Addrft-"-- ���������tVimdnei-; Mew-panev llailran,  n6 McDrtrmoi Ave.,   -Winnipeg.  Pnltcrai   No............., ,Sl/.w,,... ���������,  ,.,.....������ ,...,,...,....���������.,...., 5 ^*tcr Hie flrf-f Ivox I was *fo*llTig nvwcri  ; f>������t.t������������r,  no I   lippl; on mitiil  1   had u������ad  Nniaio ,....���������,,.... ' Hae tln<"o hoa#������, uxa<a iiomt 3 fori ns wbII  j as.8 oxer X did whom :i wtua a yoaanjj ijlrl.''  Saskatchewan    Co-opers.tiv,e    Elevator  Company   Made   Handsome  Profit  Last Year*  Profits of $1,065,46(5 were earned by  the  Saskatchewan Co-operati\*e Kiev-  ? I ator Co., Ltd.,   -during   the    flnauacial  yeatr ended July  3:1,  1926.  Net profits  amounted to ������825,546, the largest profit in the history of the company, sand  exceeding   the    previous    year's    net  profits by almost $1)00,000. ,  The  Saskatchewan'' Pool Klex-ators,  Ltd., haa  purchased  tlae  .grain  hsiaad-  :        . \ linp- facilities of the company,  shown, that moroj     Through  the  sale  of  the  company,  6haa*eholdcr.s will receive In oxcchs of  $.150 for ortcli ^7.D0 Invented in 11111,  when tho company >vji������ organized.  ���������9_'**"W  ri?EE..^\  Government Pamphlets  Urn Ought to Have  GNE   tells  about  beautifyins  the grounds about your bouse  ���������the   -other,   how   to   groxy  successfully an  important  forage  ������op under Western conditions.  "Alfalja   Tn   Manitoba"���������Relates "  tlae experiences during the last 40  years -with this crop at the Bran-  Jon Experimental Farm, -where at  has consistently out yielded all  ,     other-hay j crops V   Grves lull details  about   best  soils,   seed - bed '  preparation^date- and rate of seed-  -  ing; -jAe'-.b-st time to cut; how to  cure, etc.   Will help-you harvest  ,H^���������ro������5e hay from the same acreage.  ?���������"'*'- "A nnuat Flowers"���������--Lists tbe flowers that grow best in each locality  acroa Canada.*    Enables you to  ��������� select those most suitable to your.  district.   Gives details as to colorings, heigbt, planting dates, etc.  There are ������ver five hundred free  ��������� gavernmcavt pamphlets on all the    ���������'���������  different   branches   of   farmings     .  Write for the 1927  list.     Fill in  and mail this slip POST FREE to-  PUBLICATIONS BRANCH  ,     Depajitnent   of   Agriculture,...$    ,  Ottawa, Ontario.  rieasc seaid me free pamphlets on:  ioge  tbet  ��������� -with list of all free pamphlets;  Rente...     ������$r?  tjga.   Post  LM_-Sf*c   Office .,.......,  jfflwRJi R.R. No   ���������^aa?  Province ,?.,*  m a  _t~  Became So Weak  Could Hardly Stand  KrB, Wm. Palmoar, To-ni������liawk,''A.ltn,,  wHen: 'fT������ra_t   Kpr.aiff  1  land   11  loriR"  Bpoll of uicltiaeyM and bcciimo no *vveak  I could hartlly Htniad. X eoaild not  mlo^p nt. tiijjlit ran t'W������ l^aM. littSn -noi������ik  would waiko amo aap. 1 tried blood "tonkij  ftaad ot;her vinrvo pills, l������ait iln������y did aaao  110 g-ootl, and  I w*������a jjnitimijf wovbo,  I wrote my mother aiboiat i������y eon-  ditfon, i*nd wlie actit wo tlirea hoxes ���������of  Historic House for Sale  "Ilcnne, Sweet lloaaie1" U\ for sale.  The farm houso at; Hast Hampton.  N.Y., in which John Itaaloaa Payne  spent liiu boyhood ami Inspired th������->  faamoiist song is to ho dhvposcal of lo  Rettlo an estate.  Rub It Ira for Lame Back..rr-A brink  ruhljliiK with Dr. ThoiaaaiH'' Eeleclrli!  OH will I'elleve hune hatsk. Tim skin  -vvill Immediately absorb the oil and It  will penetrate Ihe tlnMina and hrln������  Bpooaly rollel'. Try It and be eon-  vlneetl. Aa the linimetit; tBiaalcs In. the  pain ooiiiia out Haul thore aa*e aanplo  Bi-ooivtls fur ������aylng that'it In an ev-  cailleait artlelo.  "Buckley's"  for Throat Health  A nip night and morning arellcvcs'  Borenean and hoaraencas, and pre-;,;  vents . morn, nurloaiB  dovolopmentu. y  A Lottie ot Bu_kloy'a~40 doaea for  75 cants���������is  an economical suar-  amtce of  heAltby  tlironta for the  whole family.   Pleasant to take������������������  Instant in Action���������poaltlve in ro-  HbC.   All danur-aclstii aell it.  W. K. nuekley, Limited,    K23  142 Mutual.St.. loronto *_  KBo_������������y_i'-  ���������^JC Ac<s I ihe a /tash���������  a^^^a Blnijlc dp proves II.  B  A-CtQRS* OVI.NS���������Writo for cata>  Ioruo and lint of used ovens.  Hubbiml Oven Company. U0t> Quota  Went, Toronto, Ont,  Tho.,HHlimo-fli-U"    or    tho     tropica,  only 10  hulieis  lonir,  omlta a deadly  i polison   from  a  aliurp  opiate  taea.r  hlti  'lull.  Hard nnd poft coi'ii^ both yield to  1ToHowh.v'h t'orn Hemovea*, whleh a������  ������>ritlr������ly nafe to iiHe, and certain and  uritlBfactory  Iai Uh  aelloas.  HATCHING   EGOS  mul '<ihlelc������ ri'om Wxlillittlon Harroal'  Houltw, -i.u������lw, luiil traitiiciitiid I,OKhoi*iifi  of     IiIkIi     WRIT     roporil, VVInianrH     tit.  It-anrllnir pouuvy hIiow.^. 2.1,000 hooltrxl  nlra'iKly. whMa hIiowh wo luivo 11 whlta  roaiailiUloai. Qnnllly nnd ftorvlce Ip our  only Incirtiitlvai. Wii<������ foa' limintllul olrnn-  |���������,'M'.i nnv lh������ duly. Hl'KCIAI. MAIIL'll  OKin?H. ACT QUICK.  j, A. Mario, Poultry Fm*m, r.irlbnult, Minn.  'I'CWH  <���������    M   H    .    ���������   I    ���������   I  I     ���������    *    *   *���������  VI'.  N,     I  MmII  H Mirvarcfn���������tlie   d������������*nd*ible   Imhnent,  l'rico BOc, n box at ������all clcalera, or  niieifled direct oat icre-ipt ot aps-Ic������ by  Tho T, AHIaVaina *t.)o^ l#ianlt������d, T?������TO*nte\,  WrllhiK wa������3 oailj Icalrodueed froaa������  tJhlnit lo Jnpaia tlualnjj the fll'th utiia-  lurj.' of the Chain liana ertt.  JfJM!  -IB  For  *al������i   e-Jerywh.re-  inont.  -EWiinard'E   Llnl-  .A,m*kmMeeri^,  citTT 'Fiia^wtc'''  &RJULMmWm<m  -vmb waw rnKwoH mtMmpv. fto.11  CTfCS A R3>B������-n_iW__!i*'1!  mmwm m   m% mV*"m*  M        w   ^tmW ta*  -**��������� *> * ������i* ���������**  iemw CM������������r������������.  ������o,������ tarn mt>**St  ���������������������������������������. m������.atfo������Chro������>i-W������������.a���������������������������������������������������������  l������������������l*j| C*(UU:t^S-.   e������   rtiirs  t-������ll   If**.  :*_C]Da llasS.CCi l_llni������������M������*-M.MWJ.il.������**_������i       -������������������ 'IIHlMifll  ii..������iWtl������������.<M������������illMMiWIMIW������W.*;^ijWj^^  tmtmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmWmM  m\tmitwmmi  mam ���������"%������'.'*.���������������������������'  "'"?'���������" .f'. :''...-*^-^f''������-%%:''-.'?&?|,'^f'^;"^'|fr->-    vflflT  .-Ms''*--*i V'^^.^v;i^.^l.'^rrA.-n������ ���������;:  '���������;���������; -O' ���������' '���������!_-$���������_$" -*^ :i ^ ' *-% v>^  ���������&.& .v.*--'.":    ft.    'v-1* "- *  ^-.-:-V-fr'-.*rf;^?-'"  -���������^S^^-.,.,  .;i*<v;4 ���������*  ���������������������������fe#  ��������� .^_&������'  .     %:  M  m  $4  .#1  '������'  as*'r  :s^#p#  ... ,_f;,  ������������������^^.���������-f?z?1 "'k'W?^5__i6?i ^L.-'^  jl?*t;  5gj Aitacktr N M������rii8 Kis twry w^ilrr  if<Jus3le'^Pru  'eig, Bronx,'���������Nv>''T?,0--w-rilef3:  *For naon^iis Itried  in vain to clear .my.'ffac*a|^|fiiorrible ;"pimples.. Qncbvl%*>verheard my  dearest frien^ieler^i<^M������i:as, ^^L\t^^e%*\ii6\}'^x&Tyo&e. laughed.' I  cried bitterly** I reail about CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS  being  used   successfully   to   cleiftiS complexions   when   due   to   the  picture   .,���������______.._..���������,  ...,..,,,.   ,.,���������..���������,    ���������.. .. ���������,.. ..... ,.   .......f ..,_.,. ^ jige-dtle  ma^pS&'ISr^ ���������^^i^^^^Ciio^oi^i^'Qvt ^bas-tip-slilon  from the system.    These p_pispnB," unless removed,, are absorbed by  the blood andappearflitftlioito&m^oi slsiii eruptions and blemishes.  M  %5-r  ^-_.?rr,^'^f���������^���������w^JsV*'^*?.v^^.'.^'Hs*,' *-*''  a?*  Another War  ' |mttnW*������i^ ^"o  condemn   war.    'They   say   ther������|| airways have, been _wars and...,alway^|tvill  y beQ;y?-AaadJ: a '-taew^crop'l'ibf icour^gifous  youth Is ripe and reaidy to rushgnto  ihe -snrld cheering aiid-aslstng no|i||eS-  tions. ���������:::A.'AAA *AIA     -S'^'-'AA'-'A'^tk t s& ���������  "th*  ra||i|cenaries      Who      Prbfi-t'-' hy  Iff  '       ^fferingjof gthers;^    ^,.sy^..,  &&credil>lei  as it 'must seean. to tlae  n^tll|ons of people in the World whose  l������^fe| have b^eja darkencd:^;by the greafe  -*%vpr| there? evidently ,-, .sire^ j-1 iii'Cifceyery.  c^^Cry, those fwlao f joplc yfpivvvard jwith  e^tjectancy --to viinotlier ������������������*\var.  11  i  provocations that.,, ai*?i being  g-fj&f.-, the defiances that'"'are uttered,  thft* splans  tlxat  are  being made  and  tlf^preparr^ttqnjs;?* tha^|are''''f'b.Qin^. %a?  se^a^led and?&.fljalsted^ial. on#ebi*ne#-6'l'  thisj tvorlcl and siiiot&si*' "ea^ffleaivel;-, oiie--  in||| doubt.about ������nis^:'rf;*A>'''&''!i^'l'6&  ^i| every   conntry   there   ;t^):tli(>fte?|^  wh|!;inade ' foi^^!E>j^^j^;5?������f -^eV;?^gre*av|:  v,*a|| ^.nd who, it given another chancu  Scientist ,,Declares,?, Bees   . J4.ave, ?, ISSo  ^���������" ���������.   Sense  :of ,Beautyv   ,.....,,....,-   ,..y.5  ''^i^alics!lH^i^ itt-'ftiis. 'celcbratb'fi' satire ^ took .*a\vai^*'s *������h e-u-glbry; 'with.' %ls|eh  ���������the.a poets? iand?itia.tura.iist s had' in va3st-  ^ed  Lheiant.-if^e;;yfvvatcirea;ian- aut?hiH  I91*, lifafeen.ominutes.- and: as, the .result  oC has /ob^ervatipns.? decided ..that itlie  ci'nt's system is neither, iaUelligeiitynor  ^ eifhSio'lit/ ;:':'v";f   -?^'"'"?:   ?���������;'   !  --.----1--r.*'^--'-  -fNow edmes 'sbieh.ee ' at'tackinu ^i?n.-  otherysinaturalyyhi^ioryi myth ?aiid ?de4  glariaig tla,at? thejaxiiees���������extolled    foa*  centuries fpi-'ftUe uncannyv^vi&doaxif:. and  superhuman  energy���������is iaa. reality. ut-.  teiiy deybid of intelHgenee. Nay, eveb.,  :. further; it'is '_aC-.in^in ordirarii-y'com- ;  nion sense. say^r:the ��������� Frbhcri sCidntistr  J. G. Miilet-r wiro has just completed  ;an;'exhaustive??stud-y of the "bee's--life  and^'habitS::^.'.    -t^.^-    ������������������'-*    ���������:'"- -���������-���������?'���������--' ;���������?-?;-:������;:/  M.  Millet, iwhes is  In^ disagreement1  with  Maeterlinek  a.nd  other writers  who have glorified the bee for its ex-  ilSLp v&ixixLrirqi^  giving nowers and for simultaiieousl3r  "i^it-^bf'-poi-eEii^ing, '^eetia^^:tha.r't&it'  ir;-������S-.ai'  4>^i:< ,Tetacil y:ba_r"chiSd*/eh''to'*teBiBCnilOTr^ Ssoap^'  "~ '*''bejMU8'S:it'i'S-.-be8tr:for7;'*^ ''  Assisted by occasional applications 0%  ,^uUca^;f@J_a__-������i_J-l- Jtp Srity ailfga'^'bffirfSiS?*  tation or dandruff, it keeps.the skin and  scalp clean y^nd healthyl -Cuticrira Tal-  ;.ea4n'^cooUn^:ajad^i3op^^ *;;^>   |  Bnn.pa# Eooli Pr������e,b������ la_U-.'��������� Address Cunadisnljap<������t;  B3r*i������ffi and "SOc. Ta-lcum2Sc.  ��������� ..   . ������������������:..'.,,.,..;: i,;...-,  .^ i;?H������_!^^^wts������iar3''Sfioi^sr;'SUck-;2Sc.*.:' ������������������'' "  ?'God shall ; supply  Those .whpvtai^"'i:������bf^w5ar,    ssa|y||   a  IMlted^State^ airoy'.tb%l^e1r writa|a_S. in  oxiiP of^thfei*"   magaaiiaesf'  must  ?what it-;would meaag^-a rush l^ypair  i -aaS-  .m  f. to   smotner rviae   non-comaxitant vlpjpm-  -lations-of',-. theaenemy before the feSok-  ing  collapse jgf  our  own nonN-coa^3>a-  tant population    should    end    11311 ���������  fr^<m-o.s-u������T.B    ;h-. &4 H vS  .���������,*���������*"''>.  -How JDo^You Breathe?  ccrai^  do tear"'time^' better' or'st" lnih>  d ^J^D^^I^I^Ii^^^^^^^^  ela^l^J'a^r'*ft'i^t^^err''^s^  they���������-"missed^^great ��������� "ehianc������s^���������'��������� ?TIley  would know how to go'.about it right  f rbana"StKe^rbi>^^:-tlie ^i^f^"-?"^-^??^^  Then, too, there are thosev-who only  got   their  eyes   openedy-vtOf. .-ivhat' "was  going on quite late in *'tlie day, near  the end. pfTthb-.wai'^falid -had jonly gbt  started    am-^ssiiag    9,    fortune    when  news cstnie^bi' the arnaistice-^ahd their  golden ^fcifibtile  ffturst-M Theis1; 1-would  have likedft,to,lia,ve.had ayyearoi".it-  one  good  year off it aand  tliey woultt  have heen'^bii '??basV'-' sti*e?bt t-'bf^kfeepsV  Cut  the^;:^is$edi?4heii*s^  had beeia.,^caa;rie.d j^way, by .enthuesiai-m  and never" even thought of 'nialsirig a  fortune outoOf^ie ,war+;Mii-il it wag  neai'iy  Q.v^rfc.wl^.ii^^t'li&y "-ii������?Ppened  ixi  find oitf= Avfnif'a lb Pot' S3ilartemeu,.)verb  doing. *    . ,:^"y:^"e^"  A yo]ingei"c,l.ot, of course-���������at the  timeiwoicr^iiesiwar xiC oilicc-boy ^age -���������  used to fetch .aud . carry for the  money-makers without grasping the  significance^ what, they ^'ere doing,  Imt^nbre^n^airb^by now,.;they fcuow.  sill about it, aud feel sure they coxaltl  get. as rich as anybody, if another, big  war opportunity presented iself.    But  f''ie^������atne^feaF:tha^  aat do not come along very often.  1| In   all   countries   there   are   people  olgaiu  thlkiali  ot war but  not| them-  functions, ^c,i^,m^"p.li������10tii.  hyy^,tlip    bee  are wiio"E^J^^It^sSiba?_ii Thei35e% doet,  ;not know    a    good    I'.oney-producing  iflower from, afbadfonb, says^ SI? Millet.  i    Fasrthei*m.ore 'it is    wholly" "unconscious  that  its ? yjsits f froih  -lower  to  a4l your heed.  I'look^ to Thee iri'feVery need?- '"'���������"���������    v  And never-look iu, vain *    ?v-- ''---  '<I feel Thy touch. Eternal Love,    , ������������������  I ',?An^airis'!''well ag^rii;"'-^5"::    u:'u'  i They thought; of Thee is. mightier: far  ?^han. slh and j>*a.in .a,nd sorrow are., ...^  ipiscoairaged. in ithe^ work oE life, ;   ���������::  fEnshearteai'ed by its'load.   '  : r^^_-^._**^/ t*(J.;^.jr.      aw.>.     ~v.*.������.^i. ^,^j.  i^ri.; .^^C5     *^M>. .3,        -  I sink besida.the,road;,  jBut let nie ohly ihlnic of Thee  'And vthehf new? lieaart springs up in me.  | ���������.     ..... J,..........���������'..^.-rr^amuel,. juongfeiiow.-, ������������������...  vt-'Jl^by'^God...shall?.supply  eyeryj need;..  iH.er& isi'a key to. open _<eyery xipor be^  i'fore 'wiiich?'we' .pajiseifj'sa-ying,' "''How  I shall I get tliroughT*-H^a mighty mas-  vflower l-esults  In  Its  reproduction,  Ii L. ���������..^ -������������������-���������-j.    ��������� .������.���������������������������    .    ��������� -.���������..,-. >..-..    x ^   ,  :-���������_       -      ^   ,.    ���������      :r   ^   -A f-     ^  -  ^  .n    liter-key for the- regions of Giant Des-  : does not. J-m.o3ftr?that?ut ?is^domS the i���������  .       _ -,.,    ,    ,.  ��������� ��������� 4.    ^^.  .j*.* %'^^r^ ^< -���������������������������������������������-. i- ?*^������i::*:&>-        itpairi-   -for: levery;: lock; :.'m   ,Doubtmg>  'Castle. ���������;���������������������������  !'Ijhave:,a key in... my bosom  errand. ,,  M. Millet ii'dsagg Tits assertion on his  Peoples Very Seldom Use Second 1Mbst  'Important  Muscle In   3ody|^  Br-eathing.s;_s'fbne^:o������-3ih.e mos||Stai-  ^por-tantev-f uncUons ^of ,,v,tlie^ v4sody| fi-e t  there������?ass on-e���������������������������-;��������� *muscIei"5������T;ery-''-w seldom  used, cthaf t-. will>��������� do^o^a^^brjeathingr^tbF.  us.     This  is   the  diaphragm  muscle,  the .second ;mostKimportaaits^nJiSs4he  body.    An "example of the usefulness  ofj the,muscle ^ss to be found in four-  footed^animals; all of whjch are said  to  breathe   wtth^ythe ���������.dlaphragin,  simple test    Wteir'libw    you    are  "breathing is to" place'?oiie -haad over  .the upper j ch'esty ysind.��������� ythe;-.v-ojtiiey'  over  the  diaphragm^���������the .flat^nmscle  that  divides the trunk into "upper'and low-  ^er-- ?secjtions.;.??.?-?a?r������ss?^tlib   bliestS firmly  ^wifch. the^hattd.jPJa.ce^ there^;i*jesistin,  L-  sown erperiments^ahd similar onesjby  ;the Belgian scientist, Professor Felix  JP^^%gp���������ft^^|^^i^eM^^iow |^at  ��������� wl_fe_^'^W'''ati^'^l^it^ is  fsear.]CjlaIn^;������<|c;? saig^r-rand isiivattrabtetl  solely and wholly bjr the odor. If the  fflower sariells sweet, that is sufficient  ?for the bee^v^Hey||5^iuld.Ju������t as soon  fvisit an   |p^^ia^;ib)yb1i||^rtificially  jperfu*^d^Bt|||lil^^^u^ a  itime &S,^njg^r||ap^f4.^/P^ in a  ^real J^^0^^^^^i^^^^0iy'       \  i    It  is"''"ii6tbfibus*'"''iii'' '"natural   history  fthaiV^the fbee?.tlis<la:irij5r .certain.^"towers,  A^ Ithe begonia for example, y<2,t M. Mil-  *" fletf? declares^ythatf? thef beesf swarmbu,  'around?; his?:begj0_ada? when? he'^sisiearfed  fa. speck ^of honey^ on one?<>������ its- leaves.  jOira. tlie:���������: other fiaahdv ��������� lie d.eclare s? that  bees neglect flowe������*s ;per������bctly acapable  calied ^.'Pyotnlrse,". -said/;Hopeful;  and  he had forgotten. tfo. take,: it .out.  "l -���������Anna B? "VVariier.?  ??' it kepS liis oabu.h saoisi ajrad  j_^������hrtO*af;I������i������ 4-Bo_i''.'.*aTfocJsyf apba-a-irr  .=5^^a>sg.^*a.,;!^^*wee|^_'J:fea ytojoki;  her  ������  aniootfc, white stone!  Todav,   t&  saaks   a  rsataafyizsg' impre������8ion,.-  -ixmv1-' Wrigley.^*,'"  take  |.he action  of tlm chest as  much as  ; pbs^ibib,   arid' tlaen   *watch " tlie^ other  hand. ��������� ^his^yril^gi^ .goi*. a.,;good ideui  Q*^-t|i^|ac^^ns5(#:^j^.p|^"^ The:  ������_Cwn^&o^1)������batSe with? the ������<iisiphragm  is'jaeiieved, to explain what is known  Ip athletes1-a^ "second .^viad.'V.  Hai<lvi/>tiAnc Thnl   urrirsiktm  f  OUlf   tJatOJalUcLaulfr:;  i"VV  "My iroitay-neyr Ybrkto Palris "  Attempt f^yilI be? Made toe Cross in 48  i   :-:r;'     ..������������������'-:.,-::������������������������������������  ?.HoUrS-.: :���������.,,..���������;_.���������      ".A. .���������?������������������.'���������/:���������  : Lieutenant Commander :Noel pavis>  UfS.J^.!,'' %lll ''; hbp,"v^ oif from Mitchell.  Field''*e?arly rie'xt fjune . bohfideiit thai  la-e will "latut' In' PaTis iiot' more than  4S hoiirs?lately The flight will?be  muni^ in .attempt-to capture a prize-;������*  $25,000 offeredv;byy Rayanoaid, j,Qrtig,  New York hptelman, for a non- stop  flight from New York to Paris.'  ��������� Tlie vplane to bo; usbd is a specially  built mracliine -"which" Is expected to  be ready for its initial tests -late in  New-  of Supplyihg-all4he  need^for honey!A-^11 or early in,Mi^ ,        .    ,  fbe^use,^ The route of the flight wdl he from  I i;:fi\'s^pr^"';i������el^  [ tit^^passioii:" '$ bp ;_lb-wer*3.": '''^y^M^'iAilr  yletp^"the-rbee;'\isf'?not -������tt ?:^i.^particjUlar  aiald?; wb������uld ^liiuit. but-.sugar' in ',��������� ati old  shoe ,,hesid|B,, the ....-Ipya3Uest^b"-w���������r y-^"^  tpt;il?:ihdiffere*nbe.f f'ffff ?f "��������� ���������"-���������;���������"'! f ;":?'? '"?''' 'f ���������"  Wheii Laurier ;Was UrtJmQwn  in  People    of    Quebec    Were, JSIo-wv  Recognizing   Has   Ability  While" the House^of;��������� Comna^na: ;%va.&  quick to sense the1" taleiit; 61* Wilftreo  Laurier, and to give rein to prophecy as   to   his   hi'illiant   future,    the  ifl"m\f!^Ml^r;'A'2'l,C:)iA.yAA������������������.':': ���������v;S!'^i^AV������!:\:,A;'A-il:?/AA .'C'niW.1,  pr-nri"^   r%?- ��������� h i'c ' mw������T)" "rtrnva*vir������ii"-',\xwi"������vf������"ini,rtl..  Wptrking of theyi Defences of^the Reatfti  f  '-i?������      ' :i?'?vAct*-in^Britain���������������'-; ������������������������*������������������������ *   ���������������������������������  3Mei*ry England takes pride in having gone a    long    way    toward    tlie  elimination of Mrs. Grimdy .from her  "tfe-i'ly -5it fe; ?': -'out^ 'tiaby'": Iia. ve ���������* ;b c'q_i':" :'spme;  time  getting around to "Dora," who,  in soane respects,   has   a   reputatioii  l^aot^aatiiite tttait   of   tlae    older ,i;J.ad^  V������:i}pra$~som a?if':'?tlie  f>cf������ie^ of |B*^fl^^m;ff;Aet���������gives?'to  't'lhp igovernasSiinlJI 3^t^lic^*^astiqyflp^w-  bai's tpj rcgula'te^.?tthp i^ljabiiis of'"^Iree  Eiaglislaanen, Night clubs, for -ln-  starhce, find it diflicult to function  uudbr her supQi'vlai^m';So; do tobaccp  slaops, piibsli; drug store's ''ntid^grbceivK Wheii" tiaurler' cuinb  lo   Quehee u>  carry on,,.hhv;campaign ho was a young  -linkijowiii feut iae had . a few good  friends  who wero  not    without  Mrs. W. H. Sky ring  rGuolph, Ont.���������"Ttacrb a������ nbtluna'  liettor as a biaal(.lin|������ ton if a aaad .bloojl  Jiaaedioano than I)r, rierco'a CJoldcii Meili-  ���������ial Difioovairy. Hcvoral tiavioH when I was  riandowai, Hiafl'ored trona wnaik f*t<������jnach,  thin nnd impoverished blood;'! took tho  *C5oldcn iviedacal Duoovory' anil uUvnyn  pbtaiatud good aonuitH. !��������������� eururUcil any  blond, rflii'ved arm of the we������lc stoniauli,  feiaalt nae aap iu health ami made niefeet  a-JlKO n now pornoia. I ialw������ found it a  BJi>!pndl<l tonic to take followlnp naolhw-  liood to frave m������ wlrenKth, I alwnyn  rtifsomiaienfl Dr. Piorce'H uaedacanoH to  llMKSdi whom I find nilanK fpr 1 know tliem  to lie JttM* ������'h a(lvftrtwi������a?''~^M!rfl. W������ H.  WUyri iiir;' ti'i l^pttinitluini 8<i, :'���������;. ?      ���������'-���������'���������!  At nil (hiiK tilAirw, <ar fiend 10 cents fo  IHoctor J'acrce'H l<r.a.p������������mtory iia iJriuKo-  b'utjc. Oait., for trial paokano,  les.^' Tlve^niaitra. .pbjec������;"pf;th'6?^wi*tr-'^  law"v\va'8' to? e.baita'bi -tlae' movembut or  aliens, enforce economy In food and  fuel and protect London against, sulr  a-aids. But it is on account of Dora'si  waiyrof irritating i������eopi<������Hu iniuor .matters that alae id'moat'Via'ted. So,, elelic  years alter the end of the wai\ the  English aro about, ready to get around  to abolishing tho girl. It took oven  longer with Ma*R. Grimily.  Ife*'' ot ��������� -"Ill's'"' 6 ws.'T''i)rb vliibfe" *v?0Ycr ';in:St?  so Aviso, at first. When the tall, slim?  young lawyer froan Artha^^sJjavilJo;  sought    re-election,     in     ^j^ijetjpriond-;:  ^r^stbiiska; after iai>i>plialj^i|nt1^ the?  iSbrSlnlpt. i^^iii^t.^^ft^ie^tfed t  tv-  ���������flflatu? kOt. bbttpsbi: ^^^Miindijgt had  a^p liaye,^ ;^e*^,'??;so |^Hil^udeaiij    resigned and offered him Quebec East,?  which  ho  was  t-o   represent   for   the1  next ,J.'o,rty*two; yoars. f i'V;  New York    Via    Nova    Scotia,  foun]|ian'di.>?abrbsi3. 'fthe y^Atiantic/risbver  Ireland and the northern part of  France to Paris.  siwetitaened. f countryf:  -milk,, do-uWy rich^  ^ec^.iuse mc������st of ,its ?  water cotxtept lias^,  heen.evaporated-, v3  Ideal for cobkurig.  : ��������� FREE K-iECUPS ECOK. '  :.-���������-.   ������������������     '. .��������� r :.���������.-���������.-....-,������������������. ��������� ���������>?���������..f-.-.:.^i.-<������?i ���������)  Write The Borden Co.  Limited', 3Xontreat.  '",4  '���������?���������������������������    h'     ;;:-'?-.;:?    2927?*  ������St7T���������i&ni  st.chaplesmm  .%a.  ���������Canadian Built Autos  "Production of automobiles made in  Canada. ��������� in v January of this .year  amounted -to, 15,376 cars., an, increase  of &S, per cent, pver the^.,7,75.2 units  produced in the previoli^' inonth, hut  slightly lbw;ei- than1'the'"'return of 15,-  -179- rii'ade in Januai*y a year ago/-Or  the total Januaa*y output, 49 per cent.  or ; 7,0 9 3  cars   were  hu I It  for  export   ^ Many, of us are like the letter, B  and  the bsilanne  of 7,783 iaitended. for > often in debt when there's really rtq  ;sale in Canada. -need for it..  J.UC     wurti   _   -^e-V       Cuutca ..Xiu>u.    u������������o,  Arabic    "sin*/'     meaning   '"nothing^*;  Our  word   "cipher"   also   ca caie ' from  the same source. . >  ���������    Rural   Hospitals Successful  L fSuccoss ���������ot'.Hlid -'r'iU'jiJl anuailclpal hos-  pilal sy.sl.oiu In operation In. the Pro-  viaicta of Alhuai.H, aaad' the ' careful  nianiiRomont of the aovontoen hosri.lt'  al:s npQra1,la:ig uuder- the isclieino^' ������re  liialleafed in the t'laet thill every one  of i.he seventeen hospital dlnU'leU  pIpHeil ilH, hooka ait the ond of ?lD2Ci  with a, cced it ^ranging from. $750 to  $30,000.  It wsaa a very cold 'day ond Itiuucs  mill Cohen had widlced n'bout lour  nallos without either leaking n single  re'niiar'lr.   "4Vy don't    you    say    nomo-  thiiiK?" Bald  Cohen, ,  "Fi'ecKO ycini* owp ; liiiaad������.!" h������1ci  lf.aaf>i'.--i-Tlt-.llItfiv. X*oudoaa. "f  re  sourcofulness, One of these was the  present Senator J. V. 11, Cnsgralu,  wlao was to bo an tntlmato of the tu-  "tua-ti' lbadov for ���������nearly" a halC-contury.  Senator Casgraln told the Montreal  l^eform Club the otlaei'.day of Lau-  tier's coining to Quebec.; Casgraln ano  a few friends met tho" candidate ai  tho terry crossing frcwu Levis, cheered  him pi\ his arrival, thou ' dodged  around cbrriovs nnd choored him again)  and again at successive Btages of hit)  parage to tho city, in order to ralne  hln spirits,,and cveato the' impreBBlon  that-he; was  pepulffr  ut that tiane.  "Eight" yeaaV' ai?o,' oa Feb, 17, the  ch ien a In passed awn;.', having won  not only Qu-eboo b,tit the Dominion, iu  Wiiioroaia blootii.Mis, and having K received high haamru. in, London, tlao  CupiUl Ot? Use THiuiiUuL -��������� TihouUi  Globe.  ?V  VV.    K.\V,   Mill  After  foa-glaag  hifp way  to the  frona.  many  t\   man  h������a   fownd  hlrntjoli'   bc-  i bind th<? bare,  picture Moy be Valuable  A. Van Tiyl<o picture oC'llio Holy  Family, purchased for Jl������,tSr ceaatg a!  au upatato,���������.auction ii% N<uv J5<uilwnah  may ho worlh ^ LOU.tKiU, 11' th������ pua*������:lun������-  er'.s uM?sesnniew!l of ILti vialuc Ih eor-  rocl. lie linn Insured it for $no,*OOA  and in yewdlng II. to thu 'United SttiRe^  , Cor iippralHaJ.     ���������  te***^.  Every unit must be of matched high quality.  jilalce a complete Eveready pbweir chain throughout your entire set o������ A, B and C Batteries, aaid  you will have no weak links in. the reception.  There i*������a nn. F.verendy to -fill, every possible radio  raced���������-Bee that each battery you buy bears the  name '"Evcrcady"~rit ia your assurance of even  quality and long service.    .  Your dealer wiU gladly show you  ..his.complete   stock  ol   Eveready  Batteries, A, B and  C.  Tunc    iaa    on    CKV,    Winnipeg,    tor    Kvcicsidy    Piocaains.  S������aiirclBj,������   Mnrdi   ?6*h.   11   j������.������r������..   RtM*i!t������v   April   ?<M,   It)   jv.rn.  -uaiduy  April ,10th,    tl a>,in.,    Stttuutay April   16th,    la  p.m.  Caiittdiun Nutiomit Oirbon C��������������� I-,imitcds  Montreal Toronto Winnipcjj Vnnceuvcc  ���������<s������  ������VE1  ^__^_fc _____ ___���������_������������������ jmwmm.      tsmsm ^r___^______i___-_______L __l___i__t vmm crsstoh n&wmw  *%.'?r'tr~y<ji92sP;.  ^*1^*T���������!*���������������������������������������������������'ri   i  .id ew?y Friday at Ofestosi. S. _  Sat^c-FSg^-s-u s SS.5Ga.yeai' ia advance  $3.09 to tf.S.-points.  decidedly comapetitive carload mar-  j ke*ky.-': Aha "iiow '���������'-'having "establlshetl  I it-xtaMt at  Ml  srv&ucsr  vss.iSo2X5M. B.C, SJJIDtAY. APB.   I  Mi&ss s&oard of. Direction  All tlie information ootning out  c������f Vlufearia would indicate that the  administration is likely to appoint  a man from outside the province to  assrame the chairmanship of the  board of direction in connection  with a_he siew Markefcinjg Act���������pre-  tsu mable with a view to ha vara j? a  head fees' affairs that cannot be  a������esag_*i of hsvisig: previously been  friendly with either the Associated  Growers or the Independents, each  of ������7__osi3 will also have a represent  -svtiveosi the board, which is to con  asist of three members.  In- theory the departmental poi  icy looks good, but in the workfci ft  out of the  practical  affairs of the  boas������l "w������ as5������ not sur������ the severs  ment'e more i,  a wise one.    So far  as we oan learn it haa heen decided  that O. W. Hembling, of Oyatna,  an   Associated   director   of   1926,  wiii foe that   o_T^ni_&ti6n*s repre-  gentsta--?������ org the board, and as fully  90  per cent,  of the Independent's  tonnasj^e comes from the Oka*iaj*jara  it seesns -gslt������ certain the Independ  ent's member will also he from that  dismast,   isavis***    sil   the country  from Grax&d Forks to Creston with  ont a semblauoe of  representatioiu  And   of- all   seetions of British  Columbis'a fruit industry wp know  of none that _ao badly  needs x-epre  ������jeniatiot_   on  so all important, an  organizations,    In so   part   of the  province is the problem of underir  able varieties and efficient assembling and transportation as acnte as  it ia at Arrow and  Kootenay Lake  paints, some which are  _ur.-i-.jj; v&  less than  1000 boxes -a year and  repressenting at ateast a couple of  doasen different varieties, early and  late.  If equal justice is to be done  these lake points it seems to the  Review that some one of the  membera of the board of direction  should be more intimately convers  ant with the Kootenay situation  than it will be possible for either of  the three prospective members to  be.  It has been suggested that an  advisory board, with a member  from each district, might be named  to assist the board of direction in  its worfeg but th5s wosild only complicate an already acute situation.  If the salaries to be paid board  members are on the sgsSg indicated  there will be enough expense with  control vested in three members-���������  and provided an efficient Kootenay  . man is named the work of the  board will be as satisfactory if done  by such a trio as it would be With  the help of severat dozen advisors.  Action, not advice, is what the  marketing situation requires.  quantity than any other single  -point in all British Columbia it is  gratifying fee*, note that the spirit  of progress that has always dominated the Wynndel growers marches  forward into action in the most  modern marketing: methods.,  ���������: J|ndy in.doing' itself a good turn  Wynndel'a new enterprise should  also prove denefioial to other points  in West Kootenay, because if selling agencies will take the trouble  to make arrangements for in tell  i&extt assembling, as well aa  for transportation that will permit  of pre?*cooling in trasmsit, the cherry  growers, at any rate, at- further  west polnSiS should also benefit  greatly by the pre cooling.  And while the He view has no  desire to rob the. Go- Operative  Fruit Growers* Association at that  point of full credit for its enterprise  in undertaking pre cooling, it is  only fair that reference, at any rate  should be   made   to  the   valuable  assistaeice rendered that organisation by R. H. Gale, the Liberal  standard bearer in the last Dosnin  ion election. Entirely at his own  expense he made the trip to Ottawa  and by his own direct effort was  able to secure the necessary initial  grant of $5000 that has made pre  [cooling possible at Wynndel.  When the election was on the Review made a strong fight for Mr.  Gale's election oai the score that he  would be a great help if elected as  West Koote-jmy*s representive at  Ottawa. That he is willing to give  the time and stand the expense of  carrying ot. the good work even  though defeated would indicate  that Mr. Gale was not the self-  interested type of public man his  opponents malicioulsy depicted  hioi���������and the Wynndel incident is  not likely to he the last of tlie sort  to be heard of the Liberal standard  h������arer either.  Afte? belli j^ esssed foe sGeBis yesrS  the one-ronm school at Mirror Sittiee,  near Kaslo, has re-opened.  face roadjto SJrickson, and will this  year give residents along the Io*s?a_?  d-eStOn-SrlcksOa ruaaEae h.gssWs^' |  they trave long desired.  By bringing taxi possible ^pressure f JS  to bear to have its present roads j ^  put iu the Bxaape desired Canyojs  will probably get the attention at  desires some^rhs-t qnfesker than by  waiting for the buildingof the north  and south highway. And with  Canyon's needs fully met Creston  can surety loolk. for Canyon's support in hustling alongthe construction of the tourist highway via  Creston. For every business at  Canyon that will directly benefit  by the tourist trade, Creston can  at least boast a dozen.  ������*fes& ���������-���������-���������sjp X p^Ct_v  *  &  <r5&/_--������4--M_/_v_,   _s?es������   s������sn^__#tf������B_5-_������i������-_s*  Sulphwsr und Cream of Tartar Lozenges  BASEBALL OUTEITS  See oar Store for Specials to  Moving  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  {connection  Shoe emd Mammsm Repairing  ������o Not ^  by  delaying   to   deposit  your  .___^+&__r  ���������'-^n-p-^mky*'  ���������saw  TF. yssta esazssat  visit us  ^srsosusSiy^  ,Sus*=aaS yous? dejposits fey utss-lS*������������������"-''������*���������������������������  the satiefactiQ-i of ksaowlag ihskt yOtxt  ������a_cxi_-__S in-teriMt t������git_ls������iy*  rum  aw  NAX������IAN BANK  $.���������31  t%. T. Scri-ojgeoiir, iMaasgcf  mma   -arV-rwvir*    e_o -r*-*?*!****-  Pre-Coolingat Wynndel  In .the strawberry industry  Wynndel district appears to have  at last come into its own, with lost  week's announcement that work is  under way on the ereo-ion of a fully  modern pro������oooling plant, and no  section is more fully entitled to  enjoy whatever added properity  the new -undertaking will bring.  . For almost asoore of years Wy nn-  del has pioneered it tn the berry  business. It w������*n first to make a  name for the Valley with iU small  lot express shipment, only to later  on have to share this profitable  trade with ita competitors. "  About a dozen  years  ago alb was  forced to pooVet some considerable  Unmtm wltvn it   nLittritK.1   in   io   com-  pete with the aooausL distriotm in sell  ing   the   Wynndel   output   on    a  T5T0g������5������ reach in ���������  City would indicate that there is  some antagonistic feeling in that  section towards Creston due the  fact local organizations and citizens  are advocating the building of  the prospective north highway into  town via the abandoned K.V. right  of way.  The idea at Canyon, as outlined  to us, is that Creston should play  the part of a disinterested spectator  and permit the proposed highway  to be built through Lister and Can  yon arid gixe the latter district,  particularly, a first class highway.  Why there should be any feeling  between  the  communities on this  question is beyond onr oomprehen  sion.    Both appear  to be aotuated  by   selfish    motives.    If   Canyon  believes it  good  business  to  have  the  highway  it   should   have   no  quarrel with Creston for being self  fishly interested for identically the  same reason.  In fact the Beview is prepared  to go further and express the opin  ton that Canyon will be well  advised to at least overlook the  north and south road as providing  its salvation in the line of highways,  because just at present there ia no  indication that the Idaho authorities havo any intention of building  their uncompleted part of the road  this year, and it is equally certain  tho B.C authorities have no idea  of starting construction in any  direction until the U.S. road hits  the boundary.,  By organizing their ratepayers  club and making a" fight for road  bettermonts Canyon people are on  the  right track   to   secure   relief.  Some years ago  this same pio  cess brought results in getting the  auiv^rwioti oi?   ihe   * iiumnry   iia*31ow"  hill road,, and it was just this same  sort of effort that brought the attiv  TENDERS,, FOB "WOODBN HULL, ETC,  FOR DRJ_0_������E'*P.W.I>. ARROW _uAKKS"  SEALED TI-NT>KRS -addressed to the under- J  sigrned and endorsed "Tender for the Construe-1  tion of a Wooden Hull, ^Housine, etc.. .fori  DredeeP.l?r.D. ArrowyLafces." w-Uioe received  at this office until J2 o'clock noon, FRXDAT*  APRIL ������St, 19-7,'for the construction and delivery at Nafcusp, B.C., of a -woodoa litall, housing,  eta, for tho I>rs_!go *"*P.,WJE>. Arrow. Late^*  the Pei^artinent ���������tacnlshins free o������  materims entering into the conetraction.  PlanSrBpeotfieatlcstL, arei t<srms c������ te&der ������s__i  be obtained at this Deparliaient and can be seen  at the offices of tho MeohsEdeal Sape-rfritendont  of Dredges, Hunter Buildtner, Ottawa, Ontario,  the Dist_dct En������ineera, Nelson. R.C., and New  Westminster, B.C.  Tenders will not be eootrddered uiJesa made  on the printed forma snppKed by the Department and Sn accordance vrtth tho condiuoiss  contained therein.  Sach tender most be accompanied hy an accepted oheqne on a chartered bankj pa^ablo to  the order of the Minister of Public "Worka,  equal to 10 per cent, of the amount of the tender. Bonds of the Dominion of -Canada, or  j bonds of the Canadian National Railway Coda-  pany will also bo accepted ae security, or bonds  and a oheo,uo if req-alred to make np an. odd  amount.    _  By order,  & K. CBR1EK.  . _ .      _^ Seoi?6taifF.  Departmont of Public Woarks,  Ottawa, March 19.1927.  x/arSet  Y  The Bank was established in 1.175, and in  the course of fifty years Branches have jbeen  estabHshed from time to time at carefully  chosen poiots.   The ssrvitce at all Bi-anche@ is  scope* A moderate sized Bank'���������not too saacb-  ln@**Iike9���������with a friendlyinterest in Its clients.  C W. ALUVN,  OIF  CAI^yEL*:.  CRESTON BRANCH,  Alauelen  Printed Butter Wraps at The Review  I   laflllll-MIl  Satand  For   QUALITY and  F.T combined  with good WEARING QUALITIES  *E_5  sgssos  ������____������  sSSS  Penman^s Hosiery for Women  Silk and Lisle, all colors...  Silk and Artsilk, 4-ply heel and toe  Fine Silk, all colors.......  ������������������ar**������^a������Ba������������4������������    *���������*_������  .���������������*������  ^*������������t>t>*>**������at>iv������<  ,***!"*+ *������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������(  ,75  1.50  Girls* Hone in Kewpie  Siasen 4 to 9 J8 prices 86c. up  Rib  Boyfl5 Peter Pan, for hard wear, all sizea  1  Watson's Underwear for Women  Ladies" 'Vests, V neck and opera styles, all sizcs-aU-.^SO,, 40,' &Q* SO, 75c  Extra out sizes in Yeats and Combinations.  aasus-n  CjBIBHftL,  BSJJffiS   JnSkt   HifflS^9H ^fflBH4   EJS,   MSI ESJH.    Sgjl B_S^^9| H^Qn^.   ^k^Hhl       j������RS     *Sft    ���������91 BQ99H9S9 HS] "ffH flBbS&|i3l ^MHBk^    uJ^^Sk    ESgKl    bjLwL nBBBSStok^      niffl      B������k    &9 vBL    jkCI1  um TED  IMHtt-SHH  _-_-S_S  m .-/  >r;  THE  CHESTOff  REVIEW  SHEEP FOR SALE  fh.at. ������*  Shropshire and Dorset"' ewes i������������a_  wiiifhave two Ittmhs each. S35 for i^vfl  nbeep and four Jarnbs. Parties wanting  two or uiore sheep-should order- now  ae ens-omerp will be sarpplied as -poon  as iambs arrive.   J. uASvlS. Oreston.  The SoelaS Olub dance at the Todd  house oa the, 18th w������s noteworthy m  the fact that the attendance, of men  was about four times iargpr than was  tne tasrnoijb of _adi&s and tcse Jttfcter  certainly had a very enioyable evening  even if the.lunch was a little short.  Mrs. C. S. Hester was ������   visitor with  Oaanbrook .friends a   few   days   least  Attention ia called to the following \  iVbfi-s-a ssAish Has been aJsertiscd fpr\  the Cranbrook Grazing Dis&ricS: -~  Notloo is hereby given in accordance with  tho provisions of Section 4a of the Grazing: Act  Amendment Act, being. CB&pter 14 of the Statutes taf British Colninbia, 10.5, that all boreea.  branded or unbranded. and owned or claimed  by any person or persons., must be removed  .from the Crown Ranges, of = the Cranbrook  Grazing District on or before March 28th, 1927,  and most not be returned to tho said Crown  ranges except under eraidna permit issued in  accordance with the provisions of the Grazing  Act. being Chanter inQ.. ^SLTtC!* 192*= SfeaUioas  are'nos allowed upon open ranges, either  Crown or private, at any period of the year.  All persons are warned that in -accordance  with Section 18a of Chapter 3, AnimaT-sAc.  Amendment Act, 1825, any horses in trespass on  Crown lands on the Creston Flats are ljaila to  destruction.. .  .    '��������� . -y/Aj/r ������������������'.-.���������������������������������������������  THOS. P. MacKEN_5TB.  ������������������".:'-r-.-..:.:..: Commissioner Of Grazing.  Dated at Creston, March 29,1927.  :  . Immediate- attention by the road  boss would be appreciated by those  who have to use the' McMurtrie hill.  It is very'badly cut np and in addition  to grader treatment will - also require  some filling.  The Social Glub arc having a hard  tames masquerade dance at the Todd  home on Friday evening next, April  "8th, to which all are inviteh. As the  busy season is at hand this may be the  the last dance of the club season.  Mrs". J. O. Martin was the weekly  Thursday tiostesta to Miss Morgan, the  evangelist, last -week, when a very  profitable afternoon whs spent by a  company of fifteen .ladies.    Miss? Mor  gan gave an instructive bible reading,  arid the -singing was led Miss George.  At the close there was a half hour for  refreshments and sociability.  The second property sale of the  year was completed last week -when  Teddy Hasfcins of Shriek eosa purchased  the Mid ford place at the north end.  Mr, Haskins apparently believes the  flats are to be dyked and is ont to  secair-e.a place that will have an ad-  van tug aus location for flats land  baryers. .     ,  H. Ostendorf i������ busy at present on a  Sand .clearing contract on the John  Parkin place. John Kelly is making  some extensive drainage improvements that will enable him to g-et a  stutt on the low lying land on bis  Hiunaraing-hird ranch.  The Social Club- members and their  friend's were guests at a J_oaisewarm-  ang given by Mr. and Mrs. W, Ferguson at their new home on Grand view  Heights at Creston on Thursday nlerht  last. Cards and dancing were the  chief feattires, the music being hy  Ron. Sin i th,; viol am; Bob Marshall and  'Hector Stewart, accor-denn; Charlie  Cotteri 11. and Ron. Stewart-, <;.harmonica. Ay qaiartette- was furnished by  Mr. and Mrs. Tooze and Mr. and Mrs.  Ferguson. The lunch was of a very  hig-h order and at was almost 3a������rBi.  before proceedings caaxie to an end.  s*  1  9BBB- ^_s s B-.sass a    . a'* *���������**���������._ s m^sWBm  AM Trades, Businesses and  Professions "Musi be .Regis--  tered   Before April   30th  Roadster axsd Touring���������$ 867  - ��������� -  1005   1025  B  Coach  ��������� ���������  Coiupe -   Sedan������������������   Landau Sedan��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������  1181  It������adster Deliver y ��������� ��������� ���������    824  Includes Bumper, Spare Tire, Mbtormeter.  One-Ton Truck'��������� ~~ ��������� ���������    823  4For tSasde  reus mmmm  PR:?E":^  -   PAL.-V1ER   &    f^AKVWE������.L  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  P. BURNS & CO, It  m\MW9  TO  lT5,?_^?;nr������yyf-*ajt^  I  y.'.g:.::^,;,'        jtry our  SHAMROCK FORK SAUSAGE  "'.'An ecotionaical dish, easy io serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  *    Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  "._;.-: , ,   all varieties. ���������    ,-(?;  Choicest BEE*, FORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS' IDEAJL POULTRY FX)OD  inear-eases egg production and pi'oduces battel* poultry.    Baiy the beat.  r*jr_-_-__B_B__-a^^  The 1928 honey output in the Okanagan is placed at 70 tons.  In 1926 the wnter system at Kaslo  showed a nett profit of ������710."  A Women's Institute will be organized at Grand Forks sbortly.  Kaslc is still paying principal and  nnd interest on bonded debt of $56,000.  Up to the middle of March over 3000  auto licenses had been taken ont at  Fernie.  Kusio's municipal-owned electric  light plant showed a prof it of $2171.49  on IS^foperatiriaofe ��������� a  There is quite a -scramble at Bonners  Ijjerry to buy undyked Kootenay Flats  I land at prices fto*ra $25 an acre tap.  j After paying all. the. -jrear's expenses  Kaalo Cfiri ncil i-cldised. the -books nt the  end? of   1926  with?!. c^s"h   snrplias of  $527;f-..;=->;;:*  . j.; .f������:��������� ��������� ;^.. ?f'vy. ?  Kaslo -had its first snowdrops in  bloom on Marchy7th, niaid on the 4th-  the first rohsa snade its appearjance at  Cranbrook.? . f. ..^  The golf se'ison is likely to be late in  opening ntFerhie? and to get in shapss  the players, have started indoor golf at  the curling rink.  The Miner says there is hardly an  unoccupied   hosise  .in - Rosslaud, and  the demand for1 residences becomes  a-freater every day..  KusIo'b tax arnte is 40 am Ells���������a reduction of 4 mills over the .1026 levy.  Aboast 10 mills is required to ftake care  of the school expenditures.  In a  points competition ������t curling  earlier in ������he month Sandy Watson of  Fernie is reputed?! to have hungup a  ������vou!d48 'record, scoring Si ' oaat of a  possible 72.  The Herald points with pricle to the  fact that Pentlcton growers last year  shipped 4000 boxes of Cox Orange  through the AsHOclated Growers for a  nett prof it of 8DO0O. *  Notice is hereby giveir that, pa.rsiiatit sub-section (3) af Section  523 of the Taxation Act, e^ei-y person who engages in, carries  on, or practices any Traiie,- Business or Profusion witbin Proy.-  ince is required to obtain from ^the Commis-aioiier of Income. Tax  a Gerfcificate of Registration before .April 30th, 1927. Application should be made to any Provincial Assessor, from whom full  information may be obtained. -Certificaatesi" will be issued without the payment of any fee therefor. .-.... ^  Default in complying with fche provisions of this section renders  the person liable, upon saimmary conviction,, to a fine, of $10.00  for eaoh.day daring which his default continues.  Applies tion forms may be obtained f re ra any ProviacialAss=  essor, Government Agent, Provincial Police Offujeiy or;., from  Commissioner of Income Tax, Victoria.   -  . ���������; A. naarses residence is to. be _added to  St. Eugene Hospital atvOranbrook this  year.    It will be brick constratctao_..n95  EFFICIENCYin  TUNING  It takes years of careful training,  then more years of hard work satisfactorily performed, before the words  "experience"~ aaid ���������*abilityM' take oh  their full meaning, and I have qualified on both those points.  Coming strongly ? endorsed by the  best authorities in Canada���������-piano  manufacturers who are positively particular where they put their signatures  as folieews:   y f .^--/f..;*:?.:^-'ff .?,??:.. ������������������''_  Heiotzman & Co.  Morris & Kara Co.  Gourlay Piano Co.  Dominion Piano Co.  Newcombe Piano .Co,  Fletcher Bros.  Gerhard. Heintzman   House,   Van*  _ couver^ '_..?..'-  Mason. & Risch Co. f Vancouver.  Prof. J. D. A. Tripp, Vancouver  David Robs , teacher of voeal.  and others of highest authority.  The above fine letters and 17 years  of success in this Held mean the finest  possible    results   on   your   piano   in  tnning and action rcguhatts-ii-a*, cleaning  and positively properly pitched.  Bay Hanson, near Vernon,' last  week took toofe' a golden "eagle in a-  cougar trap. The bird has a wnig  spread of seven feet nine inches.;  Charles Shuttlewortb, a noted Pen--  tacton hunter,, is employed, by the  government to clean np. the cougars,  which are unusually., numerous in the  Columbia Vaiiev around   Ganai Flats.  . SYNOPSIS OF ,  tmwlm  DeForost *% Grasley  RADIO SETS  Installed in Console Cabinet ^ made  hy McLagan.  Cannot be surpassed by anything in Radio*  Lower prices and can'give easy terms,  Will bo pleased  to  have  you?;call in and near our machine any  evening.    Everything in Radio Batteries..  HHIk       MHMMH|   HI       In  ____wB_���������_.       iE Wmwms B^B K^M  R9     lT^Q     t^M ^SL&ff  _D^D^B '^2___.  ���������_���������  wWmmH ^V^Rk  mmm ^���������tt^Am _^d      **^affll  69   TW ���������'^BW  ������������������������������������ '^^���������H_i       dffljffi^^n  ^BB^* tm     ma  __B B__9    B___i^  W^M        WXjjM       ll^'JBl  1l__l---__l     MWM-i  DDjBDB-B y By uBy QD S Jf  VafllllBB-jJlS   \\m%\Sm  Ammunition  at a  bi83I ifBUUGIIOli  for Ten Days  Alvin Em Ferkins  Knows his business and makes good.  WHS, be in Creston within  two or three weeks  MiNERAfLAGT  FORM F  Certificate of Improvements  NOTIOE  .2.2 Short  5000   Dominion  Smokeless Cartridge to  close    at   TWENTY-  iTVE CENTS per box  of 100.  Vm% __$     fit    '%'% sTjt* jT\mU%.,t  _n_i_af_i   am   ^JmB  mQ    ^ i^LG  ������   Iwlx4! ft ii*3''L#li|  Klondike No. 1 Fractional Mineral  Claim, siiaata in the Nalson Mining  Division of Kootenay District.  WJacro located: Noar Ynailr, B.O.; auljolntaier  .the Ynnkoo GJrl.  TAKJI3 NOTIOK that T, A. H. Garaoon, aotlnpt  aajaaont for WrlHIiwn Tlionruui MoDowall, ox  Yamu? B.O,.-iTroo Minor's Oorbtflcato No. mm,  Intona, nlKty rlayti from tho dato horoof, to  apply to tho MImiliraff HooonJor for n Cortffl canto  of Improvomorata. for tho purposo ol obtaining-  a Oro*nrn ������rant o t tho abov a elaim.   .  Ami lan-tlior tako notloo that notion, nndor  Section 530 nuiat bo commoncod botpro the Sanaa-  an ao of uuoh Cor tlflnato of Jm pi*0vomontd.  Datod ttata Otla day at AmcaiHl. 102a ,mra "  '.   ���������     ���������  A.-all. G-ItKBN,  /^6RM'"i=t\  Certificate of Improvsmehts  ���������JVOTYCffif  tr\lM.  Midnlfffit   Fractional   Mineral - Ct-alrn,  -   situate ia the Nelson Mining Division  of Kootenay District.  Whoro loontotl: flTii Shoaip Oroolc, adjotnlanji the  Qiifwaii Mlno GrouiK  TAKIfl NOTIOM tlaat I, A. II, Oroon.auiUnffaa  aeont for IVTIobael Murphy, at Kaslo, IkO.. ITroo  Wtnor-iH Ooa-fcliloftto No. lUjIHo, Intond, i sixty  ilmtVH ffi-OJin tU������ <ifylo H<h-<3oC, Ua *iuji>a,*lv to Uio  Mfnln������I*VoooKlorfor a Oortlfloaf-o of improvai*-  mflmit^i for iho _>nri������otio of obtalnlJi������ a Ct������wn  Gkw.i.l w" Lh������"' ������*T.ii*W0 1/Sitl.ti.  And taaa*rJ������op tako notl������i������ that notion, si-oideu*  Boctloia Ki, ranaut ho comma-jasinwjd uoforo thu Bhmii*  uin-.t) of h\������\-X\ CuvlMUuiUy *vi ilrripi*ov������iirMf)i)tii.  Daatod nJaU ina clay* of F������ji������ru<������-y, .wsh  A, A. NuICtBN.  ......PII6-EM.I>TiON'8,   ?.;;?:  Vacant, unreoervod, eurv������yed;  - Jrown lands may be pre-ex*apte_l by  British subjects over 18 years of aa_*e.  md by aliens on decleurlag Intention  c- become British subjects, -. cosadl-  ionoi upon resJd-ence, pocaapataonr  tnd lmcTovement for ajjnricuittaraL  purposes,  KS������II    lwf<r.w������i(a *l**+\     nrfMyt-naw������.t������n_>    ������*_a������_ni_.  *? ������MM_k  , M-aa_i-fc-^-������ ������.i mmm *rm*i*A+      m+%*mJm>mr%**m. mmmmmajf       > wjqm  ���������a-tlons regarding- pre- emptions la>  given in Bulletin No. 1. Land Series.  "How to Pre-empt X>and," copies of  ���������vhich can be obtained free of charge  cy addressing the Department of .  .^anda, Victoria. iS.C^ ������r to any Gov-  ci nment Aajrent. t.  Records .-will be Kranted coverIn#  unly land 'suitable for acricultural.  purposes, and which is- not *litn.bsr=  .and, i.e.. carryinrar over 5,000 board  feet per -wore we&t of the Coaast Range  and 8,000 feet per acre east of that  Range.  ,. Applications for pre-emptions are  ':o bo (u3drosa-eai to tho I^ond Com-  nlselower of the Land HecoTulnK X>--  .'lalon, in which the land applied for  is situated, and, aire made on printed  i'orrna, copies of -which can be ob-  ralnea from the Lf&nii Commlorsionor.  pre-emptions atn-uflt be occupied; for  five years raa_n<L Improvements made  to value of |10 por acre, including  clear ins; amd cultivating; at least Ave  acres, before a Crown Grant can b������  received,  For moro detailed Inforinatlon see  the Bulletin. "How to Pre-empt  Lend.*?  ���������       PURCHASE 9  Applications are received for pur  chase of vacant and unreserved  Grown lands, not being tlmborla-nd,  for agricultural purposes; ��������� mmlniuna  price of flrct-daeta Carable) land, .a ?B  per AC������Nt\ and siocond- claoa (KrtuclnB*)  land $8.B0 por acre. Further information regarding purchase or team  of Orown lands Is rrrlvon In Bullotln  No. 10r I_and Berlei^ "Purchase ������.r.ad  1.0000 of Crown lamae,"  Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on  timber 'E&nd, not exoeedlng 40 acres,  may be rpurcluitaed or leaased, the conditions Including payment of  atumpajse.  , .mOMEOSTE LEASES  Unsurveyed areas, not oxooedtng 20  aofen, may. be leased as homealtes,  oonditlonaaU upon a dwelling holm:  erected In tlao first year, tltlo bclns  obtslaoable after residence nnd Improvement oomllttoAH are fulfilled  and land has been surveyed, ���������  LBAOEO  For usranlng and   Industrial    pur-  jtosjws axefti* not <_s.c������tt>dl������_; C-SO n^rfea  may b������ leased by one person or -  ooaaatuuay. -  ���������'-  GRAZING  Uaafler^tha Om������InK Act the Prov-  Inoo Is dlvtdeA Into ojnraasln-ar district*  and the ranne admin tattered undoar i  araaclaso ^ Oommlsaa loner. Amnuul  ftraslnar permits aro Issuad bim������d ota  numbers a^rajred, priority bolni. ������lvera  to erstnbllshed ownern. Otirclt-ownorn  ltit*\-* f.Ui-*tA4 Uw������f<W UM>4 UI^M>I ������VOat ������*.S.SjjM*������f  mttnaarennent.   Frew, or partially frtj*.  fiiw-mlts are available for ncttsg-ara.  ptamtieirfl and tratvollers, up to .������������  ���������Head! THE    REVIEW,   OTESTON,   B.  *L>������  direct irom tlie orient  In metal lined chests.    Blended  and packed into I lb., ������2 lb., 54 lb.  bright As,UTsii-HUfn packages.  h/iftaugx;-  SferforaaaRcs  Staged in Moscow  Re*  105-E.  __*_J_������������I-^ r*.\/ij__i vy*"_.-r3.j.^vj������_r- ST ������l&������a.%~F8Za I.S ������XXy������VS.������������-y-������  Britisli vs. Foreign Born  Tlae  subj<?et   of  imixuRTauoii  to    Canada-'-  is,   it   is    gra-tUyiais   lo   110U'  engaging tlie attention, of the people oil thei .Dovuinioai to an ever Uici'easiaag'  extent.    A very veal interest'is being- aroused, and this irufvrest as not con-I  fined to Canada, but is much hi evidence in the, =������rUisit-.Isles   This grovriiiK  interest is occasioned, not only because of a realization of tho fact that one  ot' Canada's national r������5u,ni-*eiiieiu*-j  is a largor population, but  because  ifc la  beeoming  increasingly  clear   that    in    the    present    and   suocoofiiug    years,  Canada "will  be the mecca of   the   surplus   population   ot 'older   and    more  congested land*.  Much of ctae discussion tiround this subject is as to the effect of this  larger iiUUix of piapuhitioii "uijoa the future cUaractoi*-, ideals und national  view point of the- Canadian people. Fears are expressed in some quarters  i!aat n'on-Englisli. speaking peoples "will swamp the native Canadians and  the. lia-iti-sb-born, with a resultant gradual weakening of the ties binding  Canada to the Empire, and the possible ruu.roduciqn of customs aaid ideals  not wholly acceptable to those 01 British descent. It has been.  th:tt- Canada-.s-houId restrict aniauigration to-.men and woaaeu of  descent.  Remarkable iPartade Was Grim  minderof Cz^ri-st Days  Moscow witnessed one of the  strangest tlieatrical perforannnces in  iii story recently.''. Dressed in stripes  prison garb arid shacilod with chains  and-handcuffs and wil-h shaved heads,  300 actoa-B paraded" the streets of the  capita! guarded by Cossack prison--  Wardens carrying fcaiottts and swords.  The purpt a of Ihis grim procession  was to s3\.������a* the present proletarian  public how political oifendei'S wciv  punished in CBatist days a iia I slgiiiu-  i������ed the ientti aainiveisary of liborai-  tion front, imperial Jails of professional revoluUoii-.slH.  ������ 12aeh- "convict"' wore on his back  a huge ace of diamonds which- in pre-  rg-volutioiiary. ��������� days yvwas accepted as  ay symbol of degvadafUm ami oppro-  biuiu. Tho out 11*0. co in {'any 'proceeded  to the Meyeahohl theatre where- tbo'-y  j gave a.dvauia- based on prison life uu-  del* tho emperors.  iigouy 111 Lvmoago  Quickly Sooilied Away  ".    sat  errisine  .n  j For the sharp, piercing pain oT Tvum-  : bit go. and tbe tormR-nting aches of  I Rheumatlsia. no; :-Uri_ment' is.-sb.e_-t-  : cleat, so quick to bring comfort and  : relief as good old "Nerviline." This  i wonderful liniment ptenetrates through  : the tissues very quickly, sinks at once  argued! *������ tue col������ ������r the pain, draws the  British I blood from the congested area, and!  [thereby relieves the pain in a short  I time.       Those   who   suffer  from   stiff -  "Worth its weight in goldJ?  O  _r  Davs Ottawa jviatroti  Mtne. Beatrice Chariehois could not hold pen to write.  "Nerves completely> shattered, health ru^edff^  vigorous and strong, she gives praise to Tanlac  The two-year  ordeal   Which   she  Easscd through before Tanlac came to  er permanent relief, was re-vently described bv Mnac. Beatrice Charlcbois,  of 22 Hose St., Ottawa.  "What I enduretliu that tunc could  not bo told,".she said. "I waa so weak  I'eoaild hardly walk. My appetite was  poor and my stomach gave ho end of  trouble. Gas and pains would bring  oai fainting spoils.  "My -nerves were so .completely  shattered that I 'jumped iat fright  every time the dooa*bell rang. My  hand trembled so thnt it could not  hold tho pen to write my hai'nie. Night  after nigral I've gone without- sleep,  too nervous to lie still for even a few  ���������moments. Even my housework became too maach for hie.  '"I tried all kinds of remedies ia  those two years, but can honestly say  Tanlac gave mc my first real relief. It  built me up so that I've gained 11 lbs.,  eat aud sleep fiiao and have nerves as  calm and steady as ever. Tanlac ia  worth its weight in gold."  Build up your health on Tanlac,  nature's own tonic made from roots,  herbs andbarks. Your druggist has it-  Over 52 -million bottles sold.  New PBace Open For Canada  Can  Have   Seat   on   Geneva    Council  Says Herbert Holt  The    unhevsal    esteem    in - which  Canada  as held throughout i he woria  ���������"It just ain't," exclaimed Mary  Carra, 75"who', hobbled fibhi' her IfbhAe  at Snowbound Silverton, Colorado, to  observe the first aeropla.ne she had  ever seen. *   '-  While it will be generally admitted that srreater encouragement  should i joints, swellings  and Rheumatic  con-  bo given to British immigra lion than to immigration of other races, it is a-j d.tions should use Nerv-tinc. tho King  of Pafn destrdyea-s.      Get Nerviline to-  pity and a grave mistake thai peop'e strongly urging a his view should indulge  iu niis-statemeuts iu their references to the present composition of Canada's  population, and more particularly the racial classifications of the people of  the  Western   prairie provinces. : -  Speaking ber'oi-e the Canadian Club of Vancouver recently. Mayor "Webb  of Winnipeg is credited with making the statement that fifty-five, percent, ofi  tlie xaeople of the pratrie provinces were non British.    It would  be interesting to have "Mr. Webb submit some  proof in  support of utich a statement,  because the official census figures do not support him.  At a meeting of the Women's British immigration. I-oague held in  .Saskatoon a few weeks ago, tlie even more astounding statement was made  that "after a careful study of statistics" it was established that Saskatchewan's population was 75 per cent, foreign born and only 23 per cent:  British, and a Saskatoon paper headed its report o? this League meeting with  a two-column display declaring "I'rovince's Population is 15 per cent, of  Foreign Extraction."  In view of the circulation of such misinformation from wiiat might well  be accepted as authoritative sources, it is welL iiisit the actual facts should be  given wide  publicity.  According to tlie census of 1D21 the population of the three prairie  provinces was 1,956,0S2, aud  was   officially classified  as  follows.  Born in  day, 35c, at all dealers.  Speaking of fraiit, the ^ first, apple  caused a lot of trouble for the first  pair.  MAKE CARE OF  BABIES EASIER  Stomach   disturbances   and   constipation are responsible for much of the  ���������peevishness ot* babies and young chil-.   ,    .   ,    , ^ , , , ,     ,    t������  dren.    When the baby is cross*or irrt   tUa%haa ta!c^u    ldace.^.,by    declarm  is liable to bring the DbmLttion face i  to face with the question whether or j  not  she  will   accept a   place   on   thn!  council of tho I^eague of Navtions, Sir  Herbert Ames, financial director of  the secretariat' of the League .--ol*?.Nations, told the Ottawa Canadian Club^  He predicted that in a short time  it will be demonstrated that if C'Jari-  .ada .-wants a. scat on the eouucil she  can-th aye. it f with the goodwill of all  the members oE~thc i^t-ague.  This   goodwill, :be   added   was   deserved because    Canada    had    always.  played  the  game .and  taken  her full j  share  of responsibility  in connection  with league matters.  There existed at Geneva, he-added,  an atmosphere Cor peace and the men  who were making international reputations wero .the,..men who came to  Geneva ready to make concessions.  Sir Herbert summed up the change  Her Kidneys' Were in  itty Ba  res  Shape  Manitoba Lady? Tells^of fBeSteiils  Received Fr������m DodcTs -;  Kidney Pills i  ISIanitoba    ....  Saskatchewan  Alberta      "Born in  Canada  3S7.7-IG  457,833  315,090  Total    ..  Iai other  1,1(50,669  other  British  Possessions  118,11-.'  .100,355  99,392  312,S<;t  Boa*n in  U.S.A.  21.GU  S7.G17  JV9.879  20D.1-10  Born  Klse-  ��������� where  87,014  111,705'  74,093  273.412  table the mother should not resort to  so-called soothing mixtures to correct  the troaible, foi' iai the majority of  cases these mixtures simply drug the  child into tan unnatural sleep. What  is needed is a gentle laxative that will  sweeten the, stomach and regulate the  bowels. Such a. remedy' is found in  Baby's Own Tablets. They aire easy  to take and .guaranteed to be entirely  free from opiates ami narcotics. Concerning them, Mrs. Jos. Tousaignant.  Ste. -Sophie; Que., writes:���������-"! would  like all mothers to kuow that I feel  words, oaii. ol* a total population of 1,950,082, no less tluiai 1,473,-  f.:U> wcjre British-born, eiiher in Canada or iaa Croat Britain and other British  couaatries. That, is, a little better than 75 per cent, were British-born as  compared with less than 25 per cent. non-British, a contrast* to Mayor Webb's  figures of 55 per ceut. non-British and only 45 per  cent. British.  The figures used at Saskatoon relative to Saskatchewan should just bo  ���������reverseal���������75 per eorir. born under tho British ilag aud only 25 per cent,  tinder all other dags being the correct classification.  It is a well knowu fact that thousands of our people classified as born  iu the United States;'aa*o the ehtldroai of Canadians who emigrated to the  western middle states in the eighties .while other thottsrvaids are of British  descent. ..  Canaibi is British and British to stay, Tlie Anglo-Saxon has demonstrated his ability io assimilate other people as no other race 'has done, and  here in the West we know Ihat most of our non-British people have a. high  regard for democratic British iusi.Uttt.lons, si renl appreciation of Brillsh  liberty, and a deep respect tor Uaitish law. Thr-y are glad to have their  ehildren educated in regard to these things, and in a generation or two it is  well nigh impossible to distinguish them from those of British descent, except, for tlae surnames  they bear.  British people themselves s������.a*o the result. oP an iailermlngliaag of i*iices,  aaad in the melting pot of Canada thea*e is every reason to believe that the  Canadian people ot tho future will be one of the finest, sturdiest, most moral  and intelligent, races in the world.  Mrs. J. Q. .Beattie, in, a PewV/ords  Gives Reason Why Dodd's Kidney  Pills Are So  Popular. ,y���������  Mlnneta, Man. (Specbil)r-^''M-y: kidneys were very bad and I felt a^  though I did not want to do anything  i but sit-a round. I thought I would, try  Dodd's Kidney Pills? which I did^ and  they helped ? me very ..much. ,r^f tea-  talcing two boxes I begany to feelfwell  again, and" now my kidneys are fine."  What Mrs. Beattie states is;all that  has ever beeai claimed for Dodd's  Kidney Pills���������that they are good for  sicli kidneys. Th������frpaci? to good fhealth  lies through the itidheys. If they are  kept strong and well, all the_ impurities gire straiaied4 out of the blood.  "it they'are Weak and 'out of orderS^fie,  that fear had beeit replaced 'by sec-ui -  ity,  force    by    compromise,    des-ioii-i jnll)Urit.es  stay iu the blood and dls-  deuey   by  hope  and   co-operation  replaced competition.  bad j| ease is the sure result.  ���������     Bodd's  Kidney Pills  keep  the kid-  good   condition, to   do   their  Graves' Worm  there  is no  other  medicine  to  equal [out the parasites.  Baby's Own Tablets.   T always keep a | ���������~ --  box in the house nnd" their prompt.use i  never  fails to restore my  little  onesj  to  health."    The  Tablets are sold by  medicine   dealers   ov   by   mail   at   25  cents  a  box  from  The Dr. Williams'  Modicinc Co., Brockville, Ont.  As   iai  nature',   so   hi  government���������  xtothiug is permaucnt that is violent.  Worms sap the strength and undermine      the      vitality      of      children.  Strengthen    them    by    rising   Mother j  Kxtermiaiatoi* to drive'  ney's   in __  work  o t   cleaning  and   pairifying-"the  blood.     .  ���������Weak,-, xtevvous, run-down women  should give Bodd's Kidney Pills a  triahaton.ee.-  She:  Axi<i will you ever ^top 1'bVing1  me?         ���������-  ���������  . ,.^.���������������.....  lie: Well. T havo to get to the office  bv  ten tomorrow ntovning.-���������-liifet������������������'��������� -:  Rural Mail is Heavier  The greater bore a    man  smaller the hole -fhe    leaves  him.  is    the  behind  A 'safeblower  Utter. -.'' ?'  doesn't blow abotit it  'irS  Children  Cry  More    Use    Being    Made    of    Postal  Reduction  Than  Was  Anticipated  When penny postage    was    inaugurated through Ihe    budget    of    last  year it was estimated hy tlie minister j  that, the loss In reveaaue from the decrease in tlie former throo  cent rate j  would   be approximately   five   million  dollars.  ft is stated Ihail, while, (laeve has*  been littlo laiereaso lit the vohimo ot  business letters, the return lo penny  postage has rpaite appi-oclably slinaia-  hitod leltov mail in the raai'nl .distrlcls,  and tliat as a result the decrease in  revenue will be, not tiro millions,' as  ostlnaaitoil, baat tiboial. two naad n hall'  minions,  The department will show a. con-  Hideruble detbdl for the ctia'i'eiit yenr,  hut not iaa.������aii*ly so groat a dellelf ;is  evpecli'd,  Fletcher's Cia;-  isant,  harmlcssl  istor O  goric, 'J'euiliiraj;  Urfips and Soothing Syrups, especially prepared  r  lul<i  in'iit; and  Children all  Princes Fond of Jazx  Tliougli   ;|a*/*'/   Is   not   popular   with  ihe senior lueanborH of tho royal family, thn juaators greatly -'enjoy it. The  iTliicu   Is  a sK II U.mI   and   en thus last ie  ii'ap-draiinniea',  and   PrJnco  (leovge  :ls  it vlrtuoaaso ma tho saaue \ory modern  iaaslnanienf. Prlaace   Jlenry,    liowever,  has more classical tastes and ewchows |  the   negroid  melodies   for  opi-ria   and!  Hyniphonh'S, ]  RNIN  ���������v..1   .j~ytfr .i,..^...!.. ������������������..Willi  It, .������vi/ul js������iit.*tiuai>, aKu>������ luuk for the signature of  IVaivMi  di aye I itniH  en <*;<ib  parkjit-a-.     PliysicUius  everywhere recommend it.  A eenlury ngo it phywlclnn told Tlja  polyte C.Ulet'H pareial ������ tlaat he eoaild  not. lire long, as lie lunl only one luaag.  lie died recently nl. Iho ant-' of .1015,  Wlmard'a Liniment for rheumatism.      |  PTRTTST  -,"-        %j   -   -y^lh-i mM~,-       -fin,    ??^|  Proved safe by millions unci prescribed by physicians for  Colds Neuralgia  Paiiv Neuritis  Headache. Lumbago.  Toothache Rheu mat ism  DOES NOT AFFECT  THE HEART  ^Ju  j**mf yy^yy^^-**  \V.    N.     11  Iii'  Beware of Counterfeits  Thei*c is only one genuine  "ASPn-ilN'" tablet If a Unlet is offered as /'ASPIRIN"  UUfcl is not *jtainjjc<l vvitli the  "Baver Cross"-i*cfusc it avitli  coutcmpt-itisnot^ASPIRXN"  ut all!  Don't take chances I  cccpt   only   "Bayer"   package  which contains proven directions.  Handy   "Ih.yor"   boxna   of   J.2  tablets-  Aluo bottlesi of 21 it aim 100���������WriaggiHti.  AanlJ-ln Im illiw itnflti aia*r1c (i*orl������t������r������a������*J In 0������fnnfn) of IlA-ycr "M������iaiirao*ur������ oi IXnnonnHi*^  ���������M-ililn-t.t������i< of Hn.at(\yaioiiM!M HAiiBUjrl. Ht-lloylta; A'ld. "A. H. A."������, Willi* It (m Wrtll Juvtawn  ������l������ut A.|������lrli������H������naini������ Ui*.v.-r iucuuir������<*itnr*.,t������> na*i������|. titn nulili.: unatiaitl. iinltaitoiin.tlao T.i,l!>)rti*  mt liuynr CoaurtiAaiy wall bo (dauatjtaH wttli. tUelr iieuoraa tratio walk, tuo "H������jti- Ui*u������i."  nm  1  a. d..d&__,l_4j_iiiULikL.'A.  MMt-������__U______t������____t_������ THE   REVXEW,    OI.JESTON,    B.    C.  I  WW  Hann:i_i? BH������_*floIh^r^t  Great liiterest,; Being Taken-in.jNevw  , a - C on per n J?a pita! ize.d at $5a0Q0>0pO v-H?  ; .Kkpndon.���������plans; for. founding -as Bri*  feti^l.i llpllyv/ppxl;, .already? baye ribeeii  sia^te.d by Ei-itish motion fpicfurP pro-  .,,Gl;Ucea.'8f! elated, over.- the ?: prospective  passage of the bill now befoa-e: parliament, to foster. British .mplioit-idfitii-r.e  pi'bdiietion.   '' Jhitisli .,,,liiCQi-porated       Pictures,  II7if|fTtil  '__r  Xfft  '"'''""b.ii'awa.r-'-'At'YlaVftrsC jiieeting of the  ���������K_ati0nafr'G'bm:mt'l'f^  tion;'  Jield  'here,   formal * organization  was carried out, officers "were elected  ainl  nunaei  eeived as  should4ai^i|#SittiSi-^S^-    - j^'^WM^s^^^^ol^^^f^letxiveti  .     "^jli^^!1"-^^!!^  Kiniggh&kid :^f^^^.^^0^^M^������^^^]^^^^^^^^^^^^ are  p|ran'gHvy'' "  .|.y^x������jeasi^e"iiaoder3i studipr^^B^Eb be   $p-.^'0p$M������$&: lit^f^?"pajr  I^pndpn,y:un0^f|irei^p3fB  are  60U||^|i^'h^  I,ra*fl*P$tlil^^ . pivo  '   D������a|n|||^ ���������f  well||||||fi^ '^0^^^:j^0^^^K0i^ovfn aMth-  ,ree.^^^^0^^il0tm^^ig^i^^AX. ox^;;li^|bje^i#Ur^dTit is aiiaaio-iac-  attd||||^^ ^aele^nclute'    Arnold    Bennett,  of' efrii^llllgl^^ Galsworthy,  Sir Hall Came, Sir  jubilee c^SK^i^nfr^||p?a^(i that tbe j Artbui* Conan Doyle, Kden Philpoits,  organization h^*f?r^es������ntodlyras;%^nSii-?Phiiip Gibbs aridv Harael Sabatini.  greatly in  faavor*" of ?spending.^dargpj Affiliated ���������������������������>--companies-    -will    operate  c������������ i'cif,^tti*;;.;^������ixwu*u;,'j.vii.������f,*������-y;.  ;Wii'.; ''a^l^>mS^lao^d^a|^      %  amount, of money, on parades . ,andjfire-  vrorlts. - ..-.���������.-'���������.���������-���������.-.������-.--.'���������     ~-.*.\-^:, ���������  George Kdwards, pVesidfeiit' of tlie  Canadiaai Couiijeil* pf yAgricailtw*e,, said  lie believed lie expressed.'.flip.,.vie ays of  organized agrfMltyvire ?%h'en flab "urged  upoir the committee ytlVait, tbe: efelebra-  tion should' uot?be predbmIniantl3T military. There slaplaldibe pageants:wbere  Ibe achievements?;;:: of.-?.- the pioneers  ahdiild be portrayed. ?.'"  The draft of the organization of the  corporation, consisting ofy^bescomntit-i  tee, approved >��������� byy.. act^of -Paadiamerit,  was agreed to...^ vote, of thanks \\"as  expressed to 'Kord,.'fv^Villingdpn -yand  I^ady Willingdon/'f';???"   "'"''     '���������"-.   '"-.'".  In replying, 'iibi:a'Hv*?.-H'ngatibn,',sta'tyecl.  that he was proud to be a citizen of  Canada at the present -jiinctrarer and  that he, and lately Wittingclbii, would  join  in   tbe -vvoric:'"''fo^ "C6m-  nipmoraiion most successful.  Ediaionton.-^EBtebJi.yhiiien.t   yof     its  Pwai'seHing;ageii'cy^inO" freedom  any" "entangling^ PW  sister^prbyincesto.'the east'until.such.  'ffme'fi's they arp ready to accept their  sli are. "of.''. the . responsibili ty and.; bur?  den of developing- db-operative marketing on a wider ba.sis," id recommended ';rin c'tlie f-"dareictoa*s' report ''"presented. %t .the' s&c^nd annual ; axam^eii-  feioii of tlie Alberta *pb-operatiye L.iye-  "stoclc Pro'diic'bTS' ?Limit,ed ' here. " ' '  'ft'-;';11'i'e''rcr_j**i.trtin; bf'tMs 'sieiiing ageiic-y  for the li-Vestbck"ilitaadicd h^ the Pool,  >($f^e?b^ it:?fs:-stated;'3ai;:;tbe i-feport; can:.be?'fin  anced by the Board by tailing advantage of the cleduc-tibits for reserve fund  as^ provided ��������� in the Pool contract; '  ? While;: it;?; fsy' geiiterally understood  that this new?Eiri*aiigen?eiitvJf= brought  into effe'et ?*\v-H result iii severing-the"  connection; whicli- fbr some time lias  existed botvreen?the Alberta Pdol ��������� and  the United Livestock Growers yvith  head offices, $n u Winnipeg, ofTiciais -,-tof  both 'brga'n'iisatiohs . are 3*eticent.as to  the possible., effect.dJ? the move, on the  failure of 'co-pperative marlv'eting-.. in  this proymce.   1  ^ ������������������ , .,������������������., .........  tlu'ougUoait the empire^:  Asks  To ateaye Shanghai  Steel   NoAiv^WithBM'Eignty -Miles ; of  av3 itssv  ������f'i.;:S;Port-'*riJ������l;Scm--'y   ^.i?5?-'   ���������'  '<"'.'  ���������'���������'    n:-.-. '. ���������-;���������- ���������'���������:���������:'    >���������  -������.,.Ml_jy������._'^    .:���������:..���������-���������'    t'." . S: .'��������������������������� '���������    :''-\':  .... ���������;.-, --������������������--��������� .  ��������������������������������������������� ��������� ritoiaurt ��������� ���������.-������������������ ������������������ -  ���������>  ;   ��������� -  , ^innipeg.^Laying: .of ysteei. fpr the  Hud^o-p'S; B^ay,;;Il)xilwa.yrf:is? novvy.,aca*pss  thp^ Xjimestpne ; Ilivpi-,. antf^vitluu 80  miles of Port Nelson, is tbe teport  brought; here by Constfable ID, P...^itr-  renfprTlie"PaV pivisi,pn;-*pa!��������� tbe 'prqvinr  .cial f.ppli'feef Toree,;*? ^H^.'' re'pprtecl,?. j&at  \voric ''"'was'" prbgi*eWstrig very lav drably  under ideal "weather conditions.  ?eonstable Wafreit has just'returned  frprti. a lorag patrol    iutp   IVlanitolia's  hinterland, seeking evidence as. to the  alleged poisoning of    game   by    trap-  per������'?;?f-"}.   }.}.'l}^"}\.."'.-.,,."',V-:}',���������.':���������:[ ������������������'���������]'I'-z.  During the .trek, Constable Warren  .ran   short  of   food  and  subsisted for  seyei*a,l days on> dog biscuits and tea.  : He?, also rasported that,   he , was    com-  :: pelled .to, destr-oy;. four ofnhis  huskies  ' owing to lack of rations.   m\^*^mtm������mMmxMmii^  AilJl^ii  Infanirymaii  t������  Are Most liriaportatit^  Gold Seekers Stake  Claims in Blizzard  mi"  Defenderof City  Willing ?to Come to  -.:-.= ������������������   fffirms- With   Nationalists  T^ondbn. ���������-  AVith   the?Nationalist  forces   in" ChinJikeepiiig.up  their intensive  struggle  to  surround and isolate   the  important fNankiug  position^  .from Shanghai, ; comes . a report from s;  Shanghai,,tliat. General Chang Tsung-f?^ W^epah held, eyer:increasing  Another  Mew   Area  Rush   Stair ted to  . >   in,Nevada  ��������� ....  T������nopaia, Nevada'.-~Tbe land of;gold  num  Chang,  tbe?Shantungeso  defender of i^rs?in .its;sE>pli,>s novices and des  that-'1 city/ Ms ::offerfed. " for    a    large!^rfc. ���������Aii ^e^H^ ihe 3ie*ws:,pf,,tlie:  money  consideration  ira^^ni,,  ihAiIatt>st discoveryc at .P.arreL   Springs,  iiisuraiice  Labor  fM'aSaraJ^i^^otg yNb^b^Wirtiraipeg  ;  . . fn*tro_luees'^esoiuti6tt','?*-  O tl atra?' ���������- A res olution de ciari n g  that the commit|^^*^^d^stgial'*^?l|'  iiiternatioaial rehitions^shouid be instructed to investigate and report on  the establishment of a system of iaa-  surance against iiatf^ptpy*chei^fe; Sickness and invalidity -%%^! ���������Sisctissfed fn  the House of Commons. -Kv. ..��������������������� rv ^  A. A, Heaps, Winnipeg North;1 "Ld-  bor, the anover of the resolution, said  in opening that he did not .expect. 1be  conaanitlee would;be- able ������to, report pn-  the liiaftci* tbis session? or"pcriiaps for  two p^,,.tlir<^,s8essipn.s, It;v;*was. a big  undei'td-kin'g rt^Uiriri^'"- extensive /ini  vestig-yipij,,^    jvf 'ff?;"_'.,_.      f.;.,    ..}!:;;}' ,;���������?;:,-' '���������'���������  A ro5%lr':''Cbmi.tiisjsibaa, MiC"'"' Heaps-  saial. haul been appointed iat, Gri^at .Britain to invtstigate uneanployiweiit iu-  simince and    had'   repoi*te<l    recehtly  to evacuate th e  terrain he holds aiid tlitis save the region- from becoming ji zone of actuaa  hostilities. "',      :   ''. "'"??'   .  : Chang desires ��������� aboiii: '?5;000,000 for  a*eth*ing into the province of KLangsu,  says a despiitcli to tbe "VYestminster  Gazette. If ythie. amoiajat is not forthcoming, ..it'; is asserted he intends, it'  necef-sarrj-,: to retreat" upbar Shanghai  itself, tba^..ibrin^ng-'-pip^prize,.'city of  five iniles to-iho south. Two hundred  men and women struggled through a  whihing mountain fstorm from "Gold?  field to Barrel Spi'iaiags, and stalces but  ;claBibs in the rie\vra.*ea.   ?.'-?'?  The; rairiboTVi chasers   plunged   out  tbrougli the night vfEiile the gale arose  ���������'to-such strength'-" that    it' blew    the  -.storm'-'door's and "plaits glass windows'  ���������out of-the Goldfieia Kbtel.       ������������������'���������   -;    -f  .The;yt6mperatafre Svas !  13"' degrees  .Npth.:?ag   l-ias   Been? yinyehted   to   Replace Them in Warfare  OttawTa.-c-Among    all   ..the,   instrtt-  mehts. 6f.;warfare ay-bich JiavHy; been invented during and since the hist war  there is nothing io take the place of  the infantry.nam and his .-rifle, was tht.  keynote' of the: report of tbe  cotm cii  presented;'--'at  the   annual  meetiatg   of  the Dominion of Canada Rifle Association; here. ; A feature of the council's  report wasftbe :i*ecpmmenda1.ioii of the  treasurer   that   careful   consideration  be given, the suggestion 4hat the size  oi tlie  .team. i*epresenting  Canada.5 sat  Bisley  be. reduced   from   tvrof oilicers  and iS isbooting aii'embers To two officers and  15  shooting anembers.    The  suggestion, was inadb  in view of the  increased   cost   ot. ocean   transportation." -���������'���������'��������� ; ���������'- -; '"''��������� ���������-'l- -;; - ���������-��������� -���������-"��������� '���������������������������'"'��������� ��������� -  Plan To Visit  itces  the Orient into the struggle for mas- \%  tery between    the    nortlaerners    and X*&<��������� zero, wyith; a: forty mile ait hour  'soUthern^rs,?f;Accof ding    to    the   corJ?^ind-wlibs'tliiig' across  the'wa^tes of  respondent      Chinese    mercliants    in!-,-  j >  Shanghai are said to be unable or un-h  willing   to   a*ai-se   ihe   h������i  maudied*-^���������>;;.���������������'  ^   -j^j.-  suau   ue  ;s.age and saitdv,...-s  >nvi.i,n  V-.   .:/-.-.:���������--:?  ,r^J-ie,..rjisb,.to the ��������� iae^ district-began  after   dark:  ,|w.)ibefore/,daylight..arid^lpa^g.  | the last,f stragglers : .began rto...  reach  vAiixious To Prevent Wars  League   Interested   in   Keeping   Peace-  Among   Non-Member   Countries-  Geneva.:~;The i.eagtie' of Nations in  iiit������r.e.stpd.��������� iu ,,,,prpveiiiing.., the-r���������_ out-  brealt of;^. OTy.i,^!^a3*,ifi|'a*egar:aies^':   of  ^'hetfher The  b^tiovis -^concerned:?:-arc  members" of the    Iveaguet"This was  blade clear in a import adopted by tlie  ; iLeague   council    comaniltee    engaged  i iai interpretiaig the league covenant .is  that this form ��������� of. insuraneo waa now\ an inslruinc^lt T?v. prevon1 ll*e "5V.W-..No  a permainont feature in the soeiarHfo|".ation3 sft'������ M������ined '" lno report hut  of; .-GreaWBHthln?-;^^  bpeu abaastjd in Great Britain accord- j tlj������������e-i_ it involves the United Slates  1o the commission.  Heaps stated the tariff board  afforded industry in Canadi^ )a>b >op  i&arl.uaiJty to ask foa* increased pro'toc-  shel-vec-j  heaip. \.MJj.er.er.;-.-..at ��������������������������� .the    gold,' became known here.  Canadian League .Members ."Will, Wait  on Ministers of Education  -; Ottawa.���������Deputations to wait upon  the -miaiisters of education, in each of  ibe nine proviuces of the ��������� {Dominion  are being organized under "the aegfs  pf .the,. Lteague of Js'aJtipns Society pf  Canada with.,a view to getting definite  insti'uction: on the /origin,-aims*^ and  wdrk of the Tibague of Nations included , in the curriculum, pf the. elementary  schools-throughout:   Canada,    it  ,t Ottafwa..���������^  tlie  present?year are  considered::-particularly favorable jn yiew of the ex-  - tensive"?^aeiivfties| of'?' the';'ppparit men t .  ���������fa-'c.on"Hectkpia^wi&' wbich iloii. yltpb-f  ert Fprlce. is going to Europe at the  con-elusion of the session; - Evejy-arriving ship -is- fulll of : intenaiing set-  tlei-s.  : 'fhe ,Deparment lias jitst" :j*etaew'ed  the agrPeinent ;i Svitb f "the ' -Canadiaxt  Pacific  and   Canadian   JSTational   Itaii-  r-wjays' vvliereby-- represfeii'tatives'' of--the;'  compsthies are * io ^ coniinUe, ; on? tlae  continent, the selection ^f a liand'  picked, class of- i-mmigra;nts^tO' engage  in. ;WorIb;as fai*naers, farm helpers and;  domestics. The Department is io accept the ; certificate;   of" the    railway  i representatives as ito the; occupatiori^  al  fitness  of the ^nimigrantS'-^Vrfir-The*"  particula-i; "\yprlc to whicli.: they wil 1 -be  direcied/ "while    the - epiaapanies ? -alsa?  guarantee to  locate  the 'new cbni^rs-  in.;ppsitiqns.;,.. ....,,r; -.^ .-.���������i.^:.'i.  For the purposes of the agj-peaj'ient,:  which is. .to be a three-years continu-  anco of the existing arrangement, expiring next September, Europe will bo  divided into  three areas,  the  principal    one    being    the     British "Isles,  France,   Belgium,   Germany, iind   the  Scandinayiaii; countries?.^ People 5 com*?  in^Trpm? ih^spfwUUtries i'^lip'hptiirii*''  q.uh*e the   certificate   of   occupational  fitness but more    rigorous     condition  will be applied toKhe dtiiers. '/??  When the minister, of immigi'ation  is in Great Britain lie vvill take tip  with, tlie British- authorities the question of extending; the -rappUpation of  the plaa  of assisted   immigration   un-  "xiais,  ._ ..k-e;  aieceesary land anil, in that connection substantial tracts are bein^ bher-  ed at "very low rates by the railways  ahd the Hudson Bay Company? ~ The  whole -mmi^gi'afion ;ou*irook- is- considered to be most favorable.  .    ..   . , ,    J..������������������  -. _���������....-~   ���������-_-���������.���������._. ^  j der the soldier's ;]Setlleanent;j.plaU;.^Tlii  Sis largely a .problem, of securing th  zonq^ a;lead.naine -Ip^rftHes"ifrom--AVee-,.  pah,. tha-ew down Lheitr* tools andjoiu-  pd in jtlie tlash.- ���������,'���������-,���������>>���������., ���������..^.-���������������������������^  ���������}. She - latest discover.-^ is. .r-eached;  from at ho head of -a- precipitious canr  yoiii. witero argeologi^t found . ore'assaying $78-to the saclr; at a' depth, of  20. fee iv-lit an old :a]iaft^' f; ���������?.���������*���������:.-..-��������� -,-. ���������,���������  ... ^^_- ;���������___.   .:.?   ;/  Prince Wins Guards Race v  Bic������\ster,      Eug,- - The  Frin ca     oT  H Ma1  %JThe li^uman  jfjbwi' ' '-"���������  lion  v������ir.  j>  tpent?  i.  ita   iadtistay,  .;"Wis fijoj^'girpn ?"any ;;;pi*oto<>;  K.?   kfi      *$   h\.     *?'->   Ia      i.  1*  "���������" -������������������     ���������'-'" ������������������"'���������"-    :"'   '������������������    (  Mexico, Turlvoy or    any    other    non  member,   bo conies   a   matler  of   con-i  cea;n.to tho council. That body shpuld  'sUuly.the 'ad^isabiliiy bf ba'aiiglng into  play  sill  proveaalivo  moaHiaros includ  }pi& aorii-al;j'and  ������'(ivHl  dettaoiaslraii^lonH  :fpg'airasf. tlie ::'a'tafe?r-Wiilelt attpplsfa ibbn  tiib''<ti.tli)iulf>j''        .-H"1     ���������>;'���������-���������?,���������     'r%A'-,'''  ;'.'ii,  ���������-.'.ii  F.orn-.er Cblhcse Premier Has Re-  ^ aaouncecJ All Worldly Honors  ^]!onu.!.~ Iai Chon^ Hshuig, formei-  pjyomici* of China, who Jaj saai au-damt  T^bha*.ui Ch I hoik!, (, lijij^".; yfjnoaiiTcoa  xv;bi,ldl,v laouoa-fi find saaif' i.iwa" J������oi������o "������  cfaio (loaitalulaiK the high it'ivii; hi'ill-  ta;'y, iiikI- diplomatic, deitoiMtiamw  aHvairdod liliu iliij-lng his long dip*  lojuaallu c:irt������M*. Along with tlie decor'  riijon.s Him vtitevaia (Jlilnosi* diplbnaal  a^oiil. UiM I Mini If n iutaer -Inforiniiag hiiiv  ol! Mh di'ailf-Joai lo votli'o to priviito ilfa*  ���������;v'  atlld  i-anioiiiuM'  nil  iiniaidiuia.'  pomp.  ...Thoaaaht Government Golny Broke  ;.>AV<\Mt I'alin liciich, Fla. -A ]oiir  layiae t������V talt^croajt^( Kfaged a Htitsuly' run  cjli Han UnfUfrSfatfti'Posi. Omco beiv  Jfi^j" ln-.'iivy \vllid)'uwa.lH I'niin Ibo Toy  tal  Savirj?i 3 i.sptirtiiicut,  I'ollawbaf.' r<".  Walr-s, riding one of his owii1 hunters,  won Ilia? T^oril Alannm-s Clip 'in the  Grenadier Guards regimental point-to-  point races at t.he Uicesior haant. meet-  ihla*;Ai..-.j'Tlioi;rt-,':Hv.Pr(rV'' rrAlf"^V'SS^rt^'^-iitiS-i* :-^r������"rV*"���������'  tries. Tlio pvlnco rode a well judged,  raco and tiiiishcd a length aihejid ot^  the fwcoml. lie was plvon a groat  ���������oy.atlonf-.by tli������������ ci-owd.  ..A; siiecial conianlU.ee undei' the  chairmanship of Senator II. A. .Bel-  court has been dealing with the mat-  t(>^ n      -..--���������:������������������     A. - - '������������������' ���������-���������     -     ������������������!'-������������������  ,"-fSaar Coivipromise Plan  .'Berlin,-���������-Foreign -viinister : Strese-  iaifiain's acceptance at Geneva ot n  compromise plan for policing the  Saar Valley after the witlidrufwal of  occupational troops was unanimously;  approved by the cabinet. His policy  regard hag the status of -Goran an ,s In  upper Silesisi also was upheld.  Paying on War Debts  Tjondon.-���������Pi'ehfli  and Italian    gov-  jernmenls each' paid ^2,^00,000 rpeent-  Jy to the British Govertuiient on tlieir  ;war debt accounta.  ives  Exploirer Leaves im China  Roy   Andrews  Will   Probe   Secrets   of  Gobi Desert  Scuttle, Wn.���������Itoy Cliapmnn An-  clroww, notPfl explorer ba������ siiilud frpn.i  hero, fen rdutpto Clilna' again lo .afPiv.ni.  bui",tlio 'siecriiis 'of the' Gobi clbsbi*lf,  ,i(Vbl<}li .|bo-<.bfd,lpy9fl y.waH? llus J'prctdle"  of an ia nLJii il. ^'1M aa ��������� uii.sui I )������-d comlJlioiis  :In'.China nulled iho date of bin daipirr-  auiv. from lain himdqmu'tors In IN'klaiKl  lii'obhjjriuilfiMil, Ijut Uio .OjXjiodltfon \l)}\  be;pa'i:-f>aVoaJ -tp,.lniulji-. itf-J .way., o-roi.*', ilip  age old cai'iivan trail to tlao d-esell. as  soon  an  tho  fdtunl.on. warrjanlp*.  Gai hirt lu������l Irli.)) inlo tha.a l't'gton, An-  Was   Trapped   Thirteen   Hours   When  ��������� rpi-Side;;Cav<^:y|^^fg������. .���������  . Fuquay"   Springs,     Isr.C.���������Enlombed  for tlair toajn hours  iii a   70 . foot .well ^  Jeff A.?hSvoVtil  wllp' laa.fl' bee'if pinaie'fTs  by caved in  walls"foi'Vy  feel; down in  the well was extricated after a group  of rescue Avorkers dug away the debris' all  night by ftli'o'light PC autonaor .'���������-  ���������bile headliglits,    furaai    lantern's''; and ?  candles.' .   ������������������-'-''���������   ���������������������������������������������.���������'.���������.' ..;'������������������_    .<-:���������'  Ashwcirtli was placed in"thu'bands,  of physicians  wlion  ho wa������ rcspciied'?  He said that* he rested er.sily for Iho  last Ave hoaars of his entombment.  When htr rescuing parly pulled Asli-  worlh out lie was exhaai^tod but no  outward physical injury yaas Indicated. "'"*:,:'~   -; -"���������' '''   ,;  ���������A������ , soon- aa >,^hwoi'tii'*? pUKht^i.wt;  camd Icuowaa' a "ci-bwd'' Pa' yoitlia(������������������ea*.*.  assembled smd began, r������->niovIng iln?r  a-onk curbing, of tli'p well.'.In?: jslaiftfj of  iliraxi nion ea't-la the. roscuoM-. ivm"������  loweicd into tho hole and as ftuU as  (hey could fill buckets the debris avas  ���������drawn to the lop.  davvv.s  foujad   djiipyum*  lo lie "inlUToiiii'of yaxaj1;  Phi.  efc.iiuutotj  Police Hunt for Poison  Box.es   Lost   Off  Hoepltnl   Van   Picked  Up By Children in London Slums  London.���������Sipiuds of   police   woaisvil  I'evea'Jshly nil one night t-i'ylaig lo re- '  covau*   2C1   tubas   of   powerful   poison  which fell off a hospital van iii London M ������'3iK(   Hide. Tho lubes wore picked up hy.f-miill    childrcu    wlio    used  ���������thorn for playtiihigH, .      .,,    .   - f. ..  .    Ail iiIkIP   the piJlU*������*n*ail'.Mi 'tlao nilf**  fjdng lubes from one child to anotlaci  anil by nooaj bail rocovcrod 200.1- Thb  luboH  woa;p  packed   in   blight pranuo  uolojod  boxes which  made thuna \������-r.v  defdrable toys iia Uio eyes of the poor  ��������� ���������r;i11di,������>3x   pi'  ihe  section.  ���������'  p'aii-a**   clrculiiNul   vi*i<l<dy  lipgro si-ajllmn   that    ihaa  T,".'!.:',  i.-.oha;:  Iii-u3-i;. ,  M������itf������i**wiii ti,nLiitmi.t\/mmimmm i_..m<ii mm.*  tiironiTli   the  (ioveriiiiia.Mit  ^      .���������    Advocataa   Albeltn   Lliid  OHtiWj.i.---IIa>p. C   A.  I>inaialng  ister  of Railways,  laatends    lo'   ln.im  down  a. bill  lr������ oxloml   I'or two yearn  tho   lime   I'oi*   Iho   comploiJon   ol   iba>  T_Mout>i4itic_ti VvreIcoaie Wliite Etiipres^  *l,0,p������)0 piiophs lljacjd thoi const at Vnucouvor 1o wpIcoiuo tho (.  V'''    ������������������"jl-neitlc ������iupai'������aHrt'or'Ciirmaalw; JlagHhlp of tho Pacillc Jluet, when Hho Htoanand | ^n"lt  ,no  (*.[  ^, Mln- balo her home jiort from the Oiieiit rijbimtly, gliHtenbiK Ira btar new Karb of !-\n|ood      en  I userted Without AiiUion'ty  London.   --   Advei'tliv,ueiitsi  appi'at-  Ovor *l,0.p������)0 piiophs lln.i?d tboi const lit Vaucoaivor lo welcome tho Canadian \ inu in 31CWn]u������pa>rs In Scotland Htailn������  mulian   Graverniaac.'.l. guai>  aaaploymi'nt,    to    cmlgianl������  whKo pnint.   SIu'i wan etacortod by novqral Oaiatullnn (Jovf-i-riment Boaplnnofl.     ������ihrotixbont ibe   year   wero   I ii urn-led  Tin- deuisJon ������l   Uwi '."aaiandliin 1'uciJb* io  male*' lba-ir eiailro  Pnoiilo  lleet ] wltlaoiit appi'ovail'of iho  Canadian tiaa-  whJi.e, luu mot. with appa*������vul In alio ^Iilppliig woa-Jal mid nlno by puHKongej'H j <UorIilo.'i. Hon. I., t!. M, Avery, Domlti-  intiil   M^riJon of ibn Ciimiilhiaa Msiilmi-Ivrltli wboua ihe.io kIiuu iranii-raciiic liber.-', aro populatr. They will lnvknown 1 ^,nH ������n/>r**������aii*v tafaau*.! In alio "i\nu^- nt  \v.   s.   u.   irwa  , J nl bi-aaicli - Jlfio   I'roim  j w.!fcta.*t']y, Alb������'������'Uk'.  'l'.nsra������Uil<������.  Hoiitb-:  MH alio "VVbHo  KiwpreHHOrtor   the   raaPlllc"   ami  eicjinibis through lla^ bluo watci'j*. of lb<- Paeiilc.  naalio   a    btianiiful   plaitua-c  CoaimioitM  thai   atep.a wcrara being  a-n   lo  anieml   tho   hUUtiiiou.  tak- mmmm  rUS ���������Smg������l!OH   ESTOPS  ������  a**!   Pa  Was������ are������Mj|BA  Foa S_!___&-~Tonring  car,   -good  mt  new, ana?).   Enouire Review."  am.  PoTAVOBB^-Rnral  Russett j-iot&ftoes  iir a&ie'.-iur _u_.f_]nsr or rseed. ei.ou pep  asaek.   F. 3. SL-BEsssssialtfa, Srickssos.  For  J  V    VI  h.n<_ay evening He*?.-S. Kew-  _*-  WH1������U  ens __,  vhuiwii  vw*������>   vo������  Mrs. aFssd KSingsrss-nlth, a son.  Fob 8AUZ���������Chevrolet motor, first-  class condition, price 9200. Msfijurtrie.  To _rsp*TO"������?0 3_zjd, 1s the last d������y for  enrolling names on the 1927 provincial  voters list.  Miss Bieanor Burnetfcof Gs-anbrook  is spending a holiday with her parents  iu Creston.  Fob S.S.S.B���������Ex>t 1. Block 50. Creston,  cheap.    Saqutre   Mrs.    Asa Ease   Olson.  Ainswortb. fl.C.  Fota-soks^ob Sale���������About 5 tons  Netted Gems. $25 a ton at ranch. E.  Hask.ns��������� Erickson.-  ���������S3. 0v Bndgers get back oat. Thssrsday  last -TOtt������ a few days' business) visit in  the Kuk) country.  FOR SiOJB-Sonie furniture, lani-ps,  ssd arcss, and other effects. Apply Maes  "Serimgeour, Creston.  Father Cul.inaa will be here for the  ������-tg&~i?l a$*rsvicea in Holy Crows Church  uu ouannif, _������prii oni.  SAtcssks _������ass���������Far Sale Spangled  Sussex e-gfts. $1 for setting of 15 ������gifs,  B. H= Fridharas, Creston.  John Sow_xiao. cashier at the Ira per*  iai iSank* left on Tuesday cm a visl*  with friends at Calgary. Alberta.   x  Capt. OatVte; who is in charge of ths  forestary worts in Creston district, is <m  a business trip to Victoria tikis w-aek.  _������xof������w jro nw atgutr ���������*>������_������   ���������S?S*av****5������  A* Shade of Ej&ird. Bask., -who formerly operand the Griffin ranch, north  of towta, is a b-os-jness visitor hers this  " Creston aud District Women's Institute have their April meeting in Trinity Church basement* Friday, St!., at  3 p. in.  -, At Coot.,8 Greenhouse, now is the  tisane to place your orders for ESaBter  Lilies. Pot Plants and Out Flowers for  Baster.   -  Rauiva Wlt-n W������g?g ^^,.    ������_-=������=&  f������>ciuM������  ^tMaa.-    Boii   atop  -less*  Enquire Bevieu? Office.  *aa__i  Fob 8_\x=������~-������.burner  Perfection -ai! |   Mas. Garland Foster 0? Vaneowver  ������������?���������   Ssragrafea tuf:4<es j ���������as a������ visitor with Mr. and Mrs. Hayes  couple of days at the end of the  -line ia at work on a bock, ���������'���������The  j^o^i���������^ F&sal.ae Johnston.  will be  psfcHshcd osr.y  this  this fait.   Mrs, Foster wu en route to  Toronto to look after fch"e book's pub-  ticatioxt.  ���������tMbfi-inrw   #iw" nwina-arn.������i)ro i &_?.h>--������l  ��������� Saw*   Ck-Ct  B������_������������r*  &*���������������*_-_  ttrVMH-KkB  ���������*t-_.SkiV    ������*._������������������> '  STHA"WBJffi������_������Y  _-_*-?_--. ������_.&-���������������_������   -*������6������-t������������k'aaV������������  Strmsmt   _           ___)TC7������������>������^V^j|X*C%a������_Ut_������ ������������������������   <_>n>ES7n,  ^������  ������;  Cox,   Vaness   Hanch   (Alice  Creston,- v--.-.-.  P_.AiJTS  .Si  Paraon'o  'siasnjjf).  |gtHQbe>s of _3se eoss__.itt���������0 of Cfejrfsv  Church vestry are (reminded of the  mottthiy atneeting fttfts-r s������r?ic-a S;ss.day  evening.  P. Baker, fifteen years experience  electrical work, eatStaates fati^en for  ���������wiring. Box 22* Review -Office, or  Camp Licter*   ���������'  Trinity Chaach B*aasernent. whet.^.?-!.  Staples g-avo a tiroely talk on the new  Fruit; Ha���������-ke_l������g Act.  fSU O. .^ibUss got back on Sunday from  a buaJneas trip to Okanagan poinata.  We understand he has purchased a  workiuir parfi-B^rshlp in a bsRinesa ������t  I Pectictoji, and with BSn. Gibbs as_d  'family -will Irs. a few days be motfnjg to  that town, to -reside.  Vl-taRe Clerfc W. O. Taylor was on  the rounda Monday naa&Sniji a list of  ttas b!!E?H*sss. ?_Tr_rss Sn ftowr^ and has  forwarded the fijutae to the provincial  asctessor afc Nelson for mbb In levy inn  tbe iirSf tiiri-Ovefi* t&s. io the village  about 45 pereonvor firms were shown  on the list. ���������: ??"?;"  ���������>rr������������  a. l.luwo*t  ���������%���������%> laumu  ->__akg    _C3S*n  Col. Peed Lister ���������WBS,gi������ete-i with ft  full house on Monday nigbt when h&  epoke ix. tie Parish Hall reviewing^tas������  work of -he 19i7 session of tho Se-gf slas*!-  B5������.   The Enwar wi_S uucutpiag^ bjf major  S^allandaiae- with coimaaunifc-e* -dmsine  ���������sad vcca.1 nssK-bcrs by-. Chaeu __Toor������  and Rav. 9. Kewby to brighten up  procciedieat^s. At the close lunch wa������  starred end aa hours danc.__^ indulged  taaqe  Dunlaio a?sd ViMiiS^is -Btrawberry  at  86.50  per   1000.  Wynndel,  B.C  Isgiiisa OBtorcSi Sergio  SUNDAY. APRIL 3  S1HDAR���������S asad ?ASO a._ss.  CRESTON���������7.30 p. iw.  @������4E������ P FOI1 SALE  -----M_-___-___SM>  Shropshire uad Dorset ewea a hat  ������vienb9.v������! %vtts .assbe each, s@d for fewo  ssheep aaad four lasral-s. Irarties-watifcinK  two or more sheep should OTder now  sa cus-osaera will be supplied as pood  aa lamtm arrive.   3. -DAVIS, Creston.  Mouard "V^ifgen,  Norton P. Brand, American consul  at Fernie, will be here to>n3ght for the  CTrganisatlof. of a Beaver Brotherhood  in  ccnnection   with  Trinity   TJiaited  -*OhsirDsb.fa.5s4'*������.S p.&\. !ss Usig* sbas'sfe,  8*"*^r j hasetuent he will deliver his lecture on 1  B������The Fhillipine People,*  are> io vitabd.  to which ail]  Poa Sa_vb���������VanSSana strawberry  plants, 1& per IQS0. Also a linnlted  buiiiberoE masiouon everbeurer. Joan  jQarfietdi  Caeston.  Pob S_vJM-3~-_ueanifvf horsein, four and  -five year old. sottnd and broken.  -s?������sht about ^00* pries ������1S5������ Jotiss  Garfield. Creetoti.  STitA"������rB-SKR.Y Pulnto���������^Van San  and Senator Dtmlaps guaxanteed free  from weevil. u������y quantity. $7 per 1000.  <3������*o. X>a^i-?, Canyon.  Vietoria,  ���������am      my0  the  A^uu>UK������  iuts women s Auxiliary or *aurar.s������  Church neJteb* about $8 at a silver tea  at the borne of Mrs. Si. Young on  Thursday afternoon last.  Tbe subject to foe presented at next  Wednesday evening's united Le-oten  ���������service its the Parish Hall wall be -"Tlie  vuuoecniviuu  of the Priest^,*  BULLS FOR SERVtCS  Purebred Jersay Buli.-,*Bogue'sTfael_na  l^ad/' at the UrifBn Ranch. Creston.  Fee 55.   O. NIGKEU Cieston.  Fred and Harry Smith, who have  been working at lumbering operations  ������t Fruitvale the past four months,  arriv-ed hoxne on. Wednesday.  To facilitate the steadily itacreaslng  business Jas. Cook has |*ust iastalled. a  telephone at tbe greenhouse, and calls  will be answered day and evening.  tiegistered Jersey Bull,   Fee  able   at  time   of   service*  PIGOTT, Duck Caeek.  pa;  8.  mmmxi lbquor m  Notice of Application for Beer  JLieense  Notice Is hereby agiven that on the 4th day of  May nest the underalened intends to apply to  the Liquor Control Board for a license In respect or sremhies beinfr part of the hnildini*;  known as the MeConnall Hotel, eitnate at Kit-  ohener. B.C., tapon the landa described fw Lot  Three (3), Block Throe (S), -Qtchener TownBite,  ilumbia, for tlao t3&Ee oi beer by  Nelson livnd Regiatrntlon District, in thoProv-  rahColi       i sap T  he jpi   lifted thlg 30th day of March-1*327.  iueeer������EaMtiBh<   .....   CJkj arlass car by tha open fcottla Cor cor-ra-mption  on the jpreacaiBea  t>iA,f<  anbo'  ANQBLut RIZKUTO.  Fob- Sale���������Netted Gem rnd White  Elephant potatoes, special price on  ton lots. Also some young pigs for  Apri. delivery.    33. I^ouguier. Canyon.  T. P.  MacKensie of  was he*re on Tuecaday, when he addressed the Stoelribreede-fs* Association  meeting.- Horse owners should read  the nntico. appearing etse-e-here is this  issue re animals running at large on  Creston:. FlatGtr  . ^ "  The fall fa3*r directors had the organisation zneeting *>n Wednesday afts������r-  noon when -O. W Allan was massed  president for Wb.% with" Sam Moot,  vice-preaidant, ano P, H. Jack8onB  secretary. St. our report last week of  the annual meeting we omitted the  name of P. J, SlllngensmUfa from the  list of elected directors.  Warn. Kennedy, who a couple of  weeks ago wras sent up for trial by  Magistrate Mallandaine on a falso pre  tenses charge in connection with a  sale of aa oil lease, appeared before  Judge Poris* at- Nelson on Monday asd  was let off with sentence of 28 days an  jail. As he bad already seirved this  anaout of titssp while awaiting trail at  Creston and other places, Kennedy  went free. Since hie: triaS be has repaid the money unlawfully secured.  '���������i^*r_^  -������t__s . ������aa.g.raw.gns^-g .  8. Burnett, who has been working  at Fruitvale all winter, arrived home  on Sunday to take care of spring work  on the D. Scott ranch,, which he has  isd. -  PUBLIC   AfQT/Ois  Attention im called' to the following  Notice which has been advertised for  the Grembroah Craxina District*  with  Aot  Notice ta hereby given in accordance  the praviadonB of ������3eotion to of the Groel ui  Axnendament Act, helnjgr Chapter M of the Mtat>-  uteaof British Columbia, .OS, that all horses.  branded oar -anbrauidodl, and owned oroUtmoa  by any roeraon or ajeraonra mnsb "be romovod  rrota the Crown Raxiffua of the Cranbrook;  Graslncr Dletriet on or nefore March 28th, 109(7,  and muBt not be rotuaraed to tho said Crown  aran_cene3.aept under gxBaina permit Isimod In  accoi^auiice with the provisiona off tbe C-rtualno;  .let, lMla-10 ChapUtr 100, aaac, VOL Btalllons  are not allowed tapon open rantroa. either  Crrown or private, at anv period o! tbe year.  All    peraonii  with fiection  aro warned that tn aooordanoe          18a o_ Clw-pter 8, Animal's Aot  Amendment Act. 1025. any horses In trwpaiau on  Crown lands on die Creston Vtatc are liable to  destrnot ton.  "���������"* "^      mos. p. maokknziic. .  CoQ-amlA������lon ur of Ct-fvaunajt.  Dated rat Creaton, March 20,1027.  WATJ&I& MOT  Notice of Application for the  Approval of Flaws  Taka notice that Cre-ton TtiMliumatlon Com*  -pour. Limited, will apply to tho Comptroller of  Water KLjrh-t. tor the approval of the.p_anr. ot  tfe-ctrmtoito boiconEtrnct*fl for *the aL������roTtt!D-a  of watttv from (.oat lUvor under application for  a B leenaa for lowerlnu; water pitrpoiie^ which  auplloatkon waa (Lied in Uio ofQc<a> at Uio Water  luieorileir rat Kelson on tlae 16th day of INTovem  ie water Is to bo diverted farona tJao uald  stream on K.1CL I-l Tn. IB, Kootenay, for pnr-  01 a portloin of Ui������ ICoote*  poua nf rreclanutUon  iiu_y Flata  Tine plaas and _p**ola1t-i.USon������ of  Iru&ve boon died In the oflloo of tn  0 plaas and _p**ola1t-i.USon������ of the sniA works  ... 1 boon died In the aHAoe ot the ComRa-tmaler.  imd duplkeateii of mioh pUnr. and ������|MM]iiieatlon������  ar������ aiow open to Inspection  "Water ItUricotdeiir at Nelson.  txtyedlosio rmar bo mm. with the UoraDtroittflr  6any taaaae prior to the expiration of"  rrtrw uJtmr tl������������ flrmt puuitaatlon of thin n������������4  THim Amtm nt the Wr������t ptibll<mtlora of thin nntles  Aa-j*������ aftiw tl������������ flmit puhileation of thin neilewi.  Him ������W*������ of th  U A^6__���������fl?>fa atlCCl-AMATlOia OOMI������ANY,  l/l*l#,. At������pli������anU  Hy A. H MeCUIJjOOIT, Aiwent.  Mrs. Stanton and young eon, who  hitve spent the past few weeks with  her parents, Mr. ond Mrs. lu, N.  Leaniy.  returned to Kellogg,   Idado,  on Saturday.  Vic. Mawson 13 again offering sub-  staulial prizes for the biggest baas and  trout caught on Mawson tackle during | frist  1027.   Look up bis announcement elsewhere in this, issue.  We aro asked to announce that  there will be aLutheriin services at  the residence of Oeo. Nickel on April  7th. at 7.39 p.m.. and nt Wybndel  church on April* 8th, at 7.30.  Hod and Gun Club authorities have  just heen notified that a limit has this  year been place on  the day's catch of'  buss in local waters.   Now 20 of these  flah can be taken ita any one day.  We aire now booking orders for  Tomatoes, Cabbages, Cauliflower, Celery and assorted flower plants for  spring plaint ing. Place your orders  early.   Cook's Ore&nhouae, Creaton.  At the nnnnal meeting of Oreston  Vitlley Stockbreeders' Association on  Taaeaday afternoon,, C. Sulcltffe was  re-elected president. A further report  of proceedings wilt appear next week.  Grain Foxe Sami���������Whrnt or Oats,  In five-Back lots, 92 per hundred. For  two days only���������April -2nd n������������dl -4th.  My lease of the Luraont building has  expired nnd 1 must close this out,  John Garfield.  The past woek   Ihas been   featured  by a "������onttlderablta- spell of cuainy,  weather and some winds, -which have  put the travelling- In. much better  ttuiipd. and produciHl the duab nustance  Una. some local Ibtas.  * A united service for th<o benefit of  the Bible Bocloty will be held In "the  Grand Theatre on Sunday aftavr-noon  at 3 o'clock, at which Pastors Daly.  aHerd man and New by will deliver ap������  proprln te addrarosca.  Mr and Mrs, Laarui*, whoaremsklng  a. trip rarounai the world with a nvn^ol-  barrow for traneipatt of their twilong-  Ings, tmutaod thivjuu^tu Ccx-wtou Wiitat-  bound on fl biiradny, after spioinding  the winter nt Yabk.  Instead of cards Oreston flnd Dts-  trict Wosssen's Institute featured the  March at home for s-aeuibers &uu their  escorts on Thursday evening last with  a variety of g-aTues and concert pro*  gramme and the affair was very pop-  ulnr with She largs������ tur������s������ut. Vocal  mimbers weie given by Miss Muriel  Knott and W. J������ Truscotts recitations by Mrs. Mallandaine and Dr.  LiUie, and an orgati and cello duett  by T. Goodwin ane Geo. Truscott. At  prngresuire games the winners were  Mrs. M. ITounf? and Ted Staples, while  I at a newspaper dress designing contest  prize went to Bub Crawford, in  very keen coutpotition, which was  open to men only.  introdu6e<& a  szassdsje&'ei valaias "������fItaE ths Srst-ppniLists &z  '   ^.aa E_^_i������.������_sv������_r &y&3S ssgss.  .:^i^?'2Bci_^si-9*^'.&s?^  fiirthtcr.iii'^v_uo<uc: fisr lis otcsaa.;  For* m -the New sssd Fiaef S*���������ra_-__*$ -pi- G������*^  e*ml Motorra has aclaSevcsd &' cm^mstssm. si  fiae, sijc-cylifadet* per form ance���������s������nk!mf$p  tse_aiu������-fa-l sppearrast-.^ *^*_l_b-^* |������-icei  ������_-all tl>e aiitoaioblie waa^So.  AgaiaiFontiac leads ia vj_3������*&���������ssssf  's____ffgp-s '���������'____������_&���������'-aewer.  recoils eatat-vfisSnecg by -?s>ss������iac5s fast jeaxmtSsa  ���������are already beiiag s?_rpas������ed lay the eapfass*  iaseic pubtic reception ol the Mewr -__ar_| Hsseg  .rontiac Sia__  Come zfi& _md see tlie car, and the t&&xma _W  Poaatiac leadership hezmxxsi atomce &pg������������&is&.  f?   Hewlhicib 'Colbaia-- ��������� ������Sr.:  .;- ��������� -Waewo Design.' Jb-H-aBa-tar^-"--^  ��������� "Si������sirw*aro'Cra^-'FrM__<rai'.: -  Tii-iag->f������easi.   He-aSSi_rh'_a  New Desle-. SteeH__|r Wheal  I  GB<^ex3^s%^oivBvead.^eim9^ '  CRANBROOK  PRODUCT OF ���������E&S������_A1 MOT^^SOV CA^A^A.UKSSrS������>  BF-aoa  WPKW<**IMr|  ���������ana  EXCELLENT VALUES IN  Crepes, Broadcloths, and Kayona  Make your Belectiona while our range is complete.  B^^kw*S'|tfli>Tr|>a  ���������S      B** "ii'&iSW B ac*jtg2iM^_l    _P^__*1i'_y,____*'__t  Latest patter as, and colors all gimmnteed feat.  We have also a large range of  Washwell Ginghams, 36 in. wide, at 50c������ per yard  This ia th������ Meal goods for childrea'is wear.    ;  Qry Soods  Furnlfuro  MWBIl������HHili������,HW������������itl,MlilWI>ll������IMll  /  > -������.. f������*,.������ ^i  WIUIIMIIMMI������lMIIIIW'll.l������IJ:MIII������liWI-���������--������������������������������������-  try. r**������.jww  w&imatwsgesttm  mmmm  <rsm������mmmmmm  mmm  tne

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