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 ���������J3L������  ,rf*h (BL JBr^^  Vol. XIX.  ^MJ.  CRESTON, B.C, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1927  Meeting to Talk  Marketing" Act  Returning on  Friday from  weeks1 staay at Okanagan. as  a two-  well as  prairie points during   which  time  he  tne new   Fruit .^Marketing  Biii aa it  effects  she shipping   as well   at   the  marketing end, jR. B.  Stap!*?? manag  ing director of Creston Growers; Leon  tied, on Saturday, made the announcement that   Creston  Growers will he  There was a. sane turnout, at tne picture show for community hall benefit  at the hall on Saturday night. A four  reel film was shown with music ty the  Davie orchestra, which also played*for  the midnight dance-that wound up  proceedings.  Hilton Yyais-g was the recipient of a  eurprise visit on Friday night from a  party of 4B of Canyon hespla who had  a for aw Scotch nicht with games and  dancing and other amusements and a  very fine supper.   The music for dans-  at... 1]     irt  tig Wf&S ������iiupleuj&utir������  ���������ujr  When the nevJ-. legislation was first  brought down its provisions were so  drastic that it at one tisne looited  as if selling agencies other than the  larga co-operative concerns, would be  forced out of business, but as finally  passed the bill is now q^ite accept-  nbie io ail pat-Lies akiu BS*r. -SLapaea  looks for it to be of benefit to the  industry.  In order that orchardists may  acquaint theroselver fully -with the act  a meeting of those intere&Ud is called  for Tuesday evening next, March  29th, at 8 o'clock, in Trinity United  Church basement, at which Ma*.  les \jtiii espSstis the Fr*  Act and opportunity-given for aiase  and easy discussion of all features of  it. ?While the meeting is calledfmsder  the auspices of Ca-eston -Gjtowers,  everyone is invited to attend and take  part in the discussion^.  aivuuiigu    ������fI3e    iialTiiJii;     *Tu*3������tang*    ot  Creston Growers Js not due for a few  -weeks, the year's trading statement  indicates that 1926 gave the firm a  bigger volaame of business than the  Valley's banner year of 1*824, the gross  business being very close to $100,000���������  or more than 3������ per cent, of the year's  Davie combination, with "the fain keeping up until almost " a.ni.  Canyon was on Wednesday night  last-favored with a musical enei tain-  men t that on all sidfs is conceded to  the .best ever heard in the Valley.  The artist of the. evening was Miss  Fleming, a Vancouver vocalist of rare  ability, assisted   by her brother. Rev.  Hi*..���������,:.,.���������  .4... H      ������*.  hers by the Knott tvio and a reading  by Miss Ester Staples. That tbe turn  o.it-w&& large is indicated in the door  receipts ofc������$g6 with popular prices  abtarning. Rev. J. Herdsnan occu-  PI&3the chair. = -:'-"*'  A branch-of the Women's Auxiliary  of the Anglican vOourch has been  formed with ten-, members* Mrs. J*  Bathie is president; Mrs. Towson,  vice-president; and Mrs. Andestad,  secretary-treasurer. The meetings are  held on the -third" 'Wednesday in each  month. \  has  England service rat the school on Sun-  ?piac!rigf&"Mltte^^  yearns fruit ai^yef^tabief shipping., ?  Creston Growers tonhat^e fin apples  ^as^^M������-hoseg issrad theia*| outgo of  strawberries ��������� ' and raspberries was  about 4000 in each of these lines. Iv  raspberries more thai* half the Valley  crop was handled by thetm.  Gaayon friiy  C. A. Robinson of the Canyon poail-  tay farm, as a business visitor at Calgary, Alberta, this week, leaving on  Saturday.  MissEffie Littlejohn of Eiickson is  a visitor here this week, a guest of  Mrs. E. Langston at tbe Halstead  homo.  John Anderson is the first local  resident to purchase a new car this  season. He is now doing most of his  travelling in a a 1027 Ford purchased  at the Chrasler garage, Erjckson, last  week.  Martin Nelson and -Stanford and  Arvid flaunuolson are again located ut  Kitchener, where they have a pole  making contract with tho Continental  Lumber & Pole Company, Limited.  A. North was a business visitor at  Creston on Saturday. He was at the  eomitauiiitw auction sale hoping to get  a bargain in a work horse, but no  Hkely looking equities were offered.  The first westbound auioi^fe to "o  aboard the Nasookin 'this year was  G. H. Abey of K&slo who on Sunday  shipped out with a Ford truck he had  purchased at Creston the day previous.  Hev= B= N������wby had one of the best  turnouts of the year at the Church of  Never   in   Wynndei's   history  there    been   so  n^uch   optimism    in  evidence 'as ato satisfactory sta*������*wfcerry  prices as as c-viden-t this spring.   The  chief reason for this is the start on the  erection of a modern pre-eooling plant,  which work   commenced   this   week,  and on Sunday ID* lUri, manager of the  Co-Operative Fruit Gvowers* Associa-  ion. left for Salmon Arm  to make an  inspection of   the* pre-cooler   at that  point and then  goes in to Vancouver  to engage   a   superintendent to   look  atier ihe vi-eCwtift'Of the   building   suits  the installation o������ tbe necessary equipment.    Work   will   be  rushed at full  speed to make sure of the plant being  in operation when' the first berries are  ready to ship in carkmd lots.    Much of  the credit foi- the building of the plant  must be given y&|IL  Gale, the Libera]  candidate in West Kootenay last fall,  whs������ recognized the   great  assistance  sus-h a plant would  be to the  Valley  growers, and onfhis visit to  Ottawa  early this year was successful in inter-  ^        ���������   *r . A"        ."A .  esting Hon. W. ?R. Motherwell, minister of agricultua-e,. to the extent of the  latter pa-ami sing a'.-grant of $30G0. and  so confident Isthe association that Mr.  Gale will secure another grant of similar size that they have arranged for  the necessary finance in tho interim,  and have stgrtedtbuilding operations._%  With  pre-cooling   facilities   available |  Victoria, Vancouver, Seattle and  Snokai.e, where he visited friends and  relatives.  Tony Lombardo of Sirdar was here  on a business call, Sunday.  C. Nelagh left on Sunday for Lewis-  ton. Idaho, and we are sorry to hear  he is in the hospital. We. however,  trust he will be back soon to resume  work as vice-president of the Lead villa  amine.  BrotherWod Here  Mrs. F. Porter and daughter of Nelson were here on a visit with Miss K.  Porter, who is ia charge of Division 2  of Kitchener school. It was & weekend call, and they went back Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs.   E.  Johnson and son  Robert, left on  Monday for Spokane,  where they will spend a few days visiting friends, arsd on business.  Mrs. E. W. Payne of Creston is here  at present on a visit with Mrs. Mc-  Gon<=gal, arrivin--? era Saturday  n v  ��������� ��������� ������������������ j   ��������� -~ "j   ���������-   ���������  brook3 where he will spend a few days  on business.  Fritz. Molander left on Sunday for  Cranbrook wheie he has a ;gob with  the telegraph company.  Miss Olga Nelson, who is at high  school at Cranbrook. spent the weekend in town the guest of her parents,  Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Nelson. Mrs. Nelson spent a day with Cranbrook  friends last- week.  Cyril ie' and   Marcel  Senesael    and  :fOri?Fridayi April ?lst. Consul Norton  F. Brand of fernie will visit Creston  for the purpose of organizing a chapter  off the Beaver Brotherhood. Preparation are now being7"" made fos? the  event. The organisation saeetlng will  be held at 6 p.m. in Trinity Church  basement. Commencing with a  suroptious banquet, after-dinner speaking, songs, choruses, and lots.of other  extra speeiaiu Lhs-OWaa its. v,    /  .Good fellowship and bi-otSerhood  will be the order of the evening, esx&  every man in tbe valley is invited to  be present. -   -  ?|At eight o'clock of the same evesaing*  Mr; Brand will pi-esent the feature of  the evening in his celebrated lecture  ������*The Phillipine Peopled  ' ifTfiiis?ts faytti- mlnuie le0tapey? fiiSS'; of  jauoior jtroitj start,:to iir>iou. ^ ?������.t -aT5p;"?=-.  sents -the creahs of?Mr. Brand's espsrl-  periences? du ring a, stay ::ptf;fpurj?y?^'ears  ih?f the ?Philipines.     This  lectuare has  been deliveared a score of times at- Missoula, Billings, Grand Forks, Stevens  Point Barr&boo.'Omaha,  Springfield.  Dubuque,     Chicagb  (3    times),   and  recently   twice   at Cranbrook   before  enthusiastic  audiences.    An   offering;  will be taken at the lecture.  A l*-awtwr-������i������  and  hiia������  tne J.ourisk restaurant, maxing at  more up to date. Also painting it  both inside and out. It will re-open  for business on April 1st."  Z./Gerbu*ac, who has been working at  EB������$GfomBOa������  tn pick | Ross Spur for over four niontHs  and ^  immfmV \JE%> JL aw.  flL BiJtm. a t*J  also a special line of  at  SPECIAL  PRICES  on sale  tT*e   *  \\ ire     m "3 '  rriday - Saturday  MARCH 25th-26th  0.30 a.m. to 5.80 p.m.  Store: Next to  imperial bank  MRS. F. H. JACKSON  Mir. and Mrs.. :Jim? Pascuzzo were  weekend 'visa tors y wiaih ? the f latt^r's  mother at Wynndel, taking in the  K.K. Klub concert Saturday night.  S. Paseuzzo and daughter, Lucy,  wei*e Creston cnllers on Saturday.  The latter is under Dr. Henderson's  and was consulting him.  Mr. and Mrs. Moore and danghter,  who have been visiting with Mi and  Mrs. By south at Kuskanook, are leaving in a few days on their return to  California, and will make the - trip by  auto. v  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mawson are  occupying the Tearoom Inn tat Kuskanook at present, while George is  opea*ating a rat lane in the area between Sirdar and Kuskanook.  The McCabe B & B crew is busy at  piesent at the Landing re timbering  the barge tracks.  Mrs. Whiteside and Mr*. Martin  were Creston callers during the week  with their mother, Mrs, Simisteiv who  is not enjoying the best of health at  present..  The Irish and most till the other  residents of Sitdiar were out on Thursday evening for an enteatainuienfc, in  which the children had a prominent  part, nt the schoolhouse. On Siiturdaay  night there was She usual fortnightly  dance in aid of the community hall  fund.  Mr. and Mrs.  Geo. Mason,  who are  living   temporarily    at    Kuskanook,  were tetween ti-ains  visitors ut Ores  ton on Tuesday.    Mrs. T. Hodgera waa  at the miti'opolis tbe name cloy,  Jerry Cooper of tho roundhouse staff  is on vacation at present, nnd is away  with his father ut Trail.  over lthe..prairijes?,and as far east as  iPort-ArtmiT*'^ and������������������"'"Fott '?"Wi!itaatn7"at  which points wefcan compete almost  oh an even footing with the Ontario  products--and if the market is right  (and the "dump" not excess?ave> at will  be quite possible to go into Minneapolis and even Chisago with our berries.  Prospects for the biggest-ever crop  are bright���������so much so, that we hear  the initial ordea- for crates is 25 per  cent, larger J-hun a year ago.  _  yvynauei wiuyBe  her. selling spots? for strawberries  all | ei on Satutday on a visit ,at his home  here.,f .-. . ..^. ���������  The?t^ifs^n  On Satairday night -; vfas fairly well  attended. Those wanning  were Miss Mildred Andeen and Charles  Bush,while the consolation trophies  wea-e can ied away - by Miss Katbyleen  Porter and Marcel Senesael. Every-  b idy reports a good time. The next of  these affairs will be on Saturday,  March 26th, and everybody welcome.  Kitchener Hotel had a close call  from going up in smoke at an early  hour on Tuesday morning, when "fire  was discovered in the basement in the  neighborhood of the electric light  plant which the building is lighted.  The inmates were roused from their  e!enp and with the neighbors formed a  volunteer fire brigade that soon had  the blaze extinguished. The loss will  be at least $300 as the bafcteiies in the  engine were atll burned and other  damage done the hotel* B. Johnson  the proprietor, is away at present on  a visit to Spokane and was not here  when the blaze occurred.  ffw iffaHiSBg** *H9 BfflffHa M  Rev. J. Herdman of Creston took  United Church scrvir-u in the school-  house on Wednesday evening lust,  going home the next day.  Miss Esther Nelson was Kitchener's  representalivs at the St. Patrick's  dance at Creston on the 17th, and  whale at the nttttrinoiis was a guest of  Mr. and Mrs. Walby.  Miss Edith Geroux returned on Sunday from Crestota whete she was visiting frienda for ii week.  Clifford Foisy returned on Saturday  from spending a month's holidays 1n  Swunson   of  well known  Mr. and Mrs. A. B.  Kimberley, and former  residents of Sirdar, paissod through on  Tuesday to Nelson* to attend tho marriage of thoir Bon, Earl, which took  place at 0 u.wi. Wwlneaday,"tlae bride  being Mlaa Gladys Lambert of that  city. Tho nowly Wi>ds passed through  Blrnar on Wednesday morning on  their wedding trip, which will take  them fti-ffar south as California, after  which they will reside In Kaniloops,  where Earl is mauugui- of Canada iu  Pacific commercial telegraph office.  Hatchinc* KaoB���������For 8:ilo ������yarifjk*d  Sussex eggi), $1 for fitting of 1'Q- eij,jg������.  E. H. Frltlliiini, CroBton.  Fruit Marketing Act  All orchardisba are invited to  ���������   attend a meeting in  Trinity Church Basemonf  at EIGHT p. m.  SPEAKER:  R ' Qf A  ������>|   ���������170  m    JO-   O I JWV LiMZmiJ  who will explain just how the  grower and shipper will be  affected by the new market-  fing regulations.  QuestEona freely answered.  EVERYBODY   WELCOME  Signs of real spring continue to  multiply. This week we have tbe  swallows return, and the wood tick ia  also repotted in evidence. A couplo  of flocks of gecEie passeil over on Monday on the flight north.  " C E. Cuming of Uaondcl, who is on at  visit with hla father, E. 8. Cuming at  Erickson, was here on Tuesday looking over some of the farms in the  Lister area, with a view to purchiaslog.  D. J. MoKee of Kitchener 'wan a  visitor at the Yerbury homo on Thursday aancl on hia rt-turn next day was  accompanied by MrB. Yerbury.  Harry Demchuk arrived on Wednesday last from Kellogg, Idaho, on a  visit with hia parents hero after an  absence of eight'months, and is accompanied by his friend Joe Pclowski of  the same city.  lilev, B. Nevvby was- making culls on  on his pnriimonera here on Tuesday,  nnd also conducted a Sunday school  after   tho    close    of    sohool.     Near  ly aall tho children remained  for the  religious instruction.  Mr. and Mrs, It.   Hclnic,  who have  bason horo for tho pant three  months  Oil ������i   W^oU,   will!   J/Ji.kH   U4JII,   I!ui*>,   Ul  LllO  faa-tia. h������ft th8������ week on it combined  bunineea nnd plcatsuro visit at Van������oas-  ver und Victoria.  Mr. and Mrs. Janseu aau fatualj,  who have, had the Wickstrbm ranch  near the boundary - corner, left at the  first of the week on their return to  Kaliam, Aiberta, where they will again  res ide-permanently.  Mr. Castle, district superintendent  of the Ford Motor Company, was here  on a business visit at tb{3 end of the  week., and has made the Chrisler garage the local selling and sales service  for the firm.  The land owners in the Arrow Creek  Irrigation District are asked to attend  a meeting at the Craigie packing shed  on Tnurspay afternoon next, March  31st. at 3 o'clock.  Cultivation work at the Jas. Carr  ranch will be taken care of with a  Fordson tractor, of which delivery  was taken on Friday last.  The Chrisli-r garage has already disposed of 2 of the 3 Fords unloaded  week ago. John Anderson of Canyon  and Vic. Mawson of Creston are the  buyers.  B. A. Pitlfeeyraan will sn future do  has transportation by the auto system  in future, having jaast purchased the  Ford owned by Mr. Jansen who has returned to Alberta to live.  Jartk Brown, who is in tho employ  of Frank Staples, had the bad luck to  have his right leg broken in a teaming  mishap on Monday, while hnuliug  wood from the mill near Goat River  crossing. He was attended by Dr.  Henderson, and thence to Cranbrook  hospital.  ���������Mocsygipiiij jiirpRiBon  The Annual  Meeting of the  Creston Valley Stoclcbreed-  era'   Association    will    be  held in  Speers' Hall,  Greston  TiiBSL Msir  At TWO p.m.  T. P. MacKENZIE, Provincial Commissioner of  Grazing  will be in attendance and  U������UU4 WWW      tW������.iw        *VJi-W<W������VMAik������#  GEO. NICKEL,  Secretary. M  IQ'-  rr-  'X'J3.ii;    jxJia v ijl yV,  i^Tj *sra c* rra /~v vr  1-1!  n  WT7k.'i~   ~~m~Q rlLL1 Hi iii       im     CL    ���������.. ll"     "II I iiiih.il  M  DISTEMPER  OT������H?������r4NB==^  Keep your horses workajsg: with  "SPOHN'S,"   Standard  z&m-  Siy   for 32 years for -i_������i������t������-rnper,  tr angles.   Influenza. Cougtit and  Colds. Give to   sick and those ex-  faoaed.Give "SPOHN'S" for DosDis-  emper. Sold by your druagit*. It not.  order from us. Two sizes, large and  tjsaa3!.   Writ*, las free booklet oa Slseaeea.  BTOHN MEDICAL CO.Oool 23 COSHEN. 1ND.  L4PPENINGS  BRIEFLY  >*i^  :SsK*tiaH?rSg^l?;  iaiciltifi  EMULSION  V}}.y '^tie?fo?CK3fy;?:'K:  *s���������  ���������^ a*- f   Owri  Soap  You and  Bab ^ too  More bottlc-fctl babies Inave been  successfully raised on Eagle  Brand than on all otner irifant  foods combined. Write The  Borden Co. Limited, Montreal,  for Free Babv Book.  T3ie French court oC cassation, tho >  iiigkest ''court ' ol" ?tbc eounla-y, lan.bi  jtule'd that pedestrians are subject a'o j  ira-fflc  rules like vehicles. !  The discovei-y of a new star or thej  IweHth magnitude has been announc- [���������  ed at Cracow.     It was  discovered  by ���������  Assistant?   Professor    Casimir   Kordo  lewxki, or Cracow University.  ���������Mrs. Amanda Kiel, pisstor-in-uvw oi'  "Loans Kiel, famous rebel, is dead aa  Winnipeg. Mrs-. Ria/1 died on a sheet  car from heart disease. She was  born Jit St.  liouil'aee, Gw years  tis<>.  The United States has definitely  : proposed to (.la-eat, Britain and Japan  : a tJiree-powcr naval limitation coiifei*-  I t'lico to meet in iv>ii<-v;i aaoi earlier  : ilaan June ;l.  Thomas  P.  Dawson,  *>0,   \vho> attain-  ; ed  international    pa-eminence     duriais;  ; the <treiil. War   tor bis relicT work  in  I I'oljnv.m   as   a.i   associate   of   Herbert;  Uooror,   died   rooonllv   in   Providence.'  itL������. * I  I  Tiic* Yionainion niovemnieaat'ri ii-o-i  .breaker, tho Stanley, has. otuered thej  : Halifax drydoels for a rtmrough over-j  hauling and refitiing |nv para lory to a :  ; voyage to Hudson Uay on sairvey j  : worli. !  Openirisi   or  ilae   new   tailed   Siaie^ ]  ' legal iota   ai.  Oiunva   may   have   to   be j  ; u������-lVri-ed   until   after   .luly    1.   because j  there  are   aao   i'und.s   for   thai   purpose.  due to the  i'acl.  tkat  congress tailed to  enact, ihe detieienev- appropriation.  'J'he Itoyal Air Force is planning an  auoanpi io bveaU the world's distance  iHslu, in a aion-sf-io^ aeroplane run. j\  j.owv-rful phine i^ in star? from t'ran-  avcII, t-iucolusliia-e-. and fly in. the direction ot Uraiisli ttialia tas lar as its i  - fuel ami other equipment will permit. !  The Canadian <.lorea*tanient has been i  i  B^aUA-lO^y  invsaed to send ;i d������degalion to  world agrlcull tiro congress called by [  the Ralijiai aioveaimient. lo convene at j  Mcme, Apaii 2G next. The ��������� Depart-j  uieixt <if A.qi-i<*uitui*o slated it. was tan-{  iiliely thai Canada would ha repre  , stetiicd.  Tallest  Man  in   Smallest  Country      i  The talJesi   man in the woa*ld comes !  t'roiai  a he     sinall������>st     rountrv     in    ahe:  i  worhl.     In  the liny     repaiblic    of    An-j  doira   lives   dose   runie>s,   who   is   Sc[  feel   G inclies   I aa II.     (iohaali,  according:  to Ih'blietil '-.vjieris. -\\as only IS inches.!  laller   Ilaan    ib's,   I>ui.   .lose    may   yet I  reaach thai  taaark, for he is only 10 and j  siill growing, !  ADACHE, COLDS,  COSTIVE B0WEIS,  AKE "CASCAKETS3  eTo-niglit!    Clean  your  bowels  and end Headaches, Colds,  Soiir Stomach.  ������ ������**  ^a d' HS   s   s  ijj^Bj ^StV  miMm  FROM   Windsor, Ontario, to  Hudson's Bay,-from Halifax to  the Rockies, RED ROSE- TEA:  within the last few weeks has scored  an extraordinary increase in sales* ���������������������������  It is because we have stopped using paper paefc-  agesr and are again packing this finest of teas in the  old, familiar Aluminum package of years go.  __ ''������������������*���������_  The reception it has been given demonstrates  beyond all doubt that housewives of Canada recognize Aluminum as the perfect container.  For more than thirty years we have been experimenting with packages ��������� trying lead5 paper and  Aluminum���������-seeking always a material that would  protect and be worthy of Red Rose quality.  But it was only after Red Rose has heen offered  to the public in all these packages���������first lead-then  Aluminum, then papes^���������that the great advantages  of Aluminum were proven.  Aluminum keeps out moisture, preserves the  flavor and protects the quality. Paper packages., on  the contrary^ absorb moisture which occasionally  lmnalrc ilio nil  aiity.  The Oil of tbe PeopJe.���������-Many oils  have eoane and .uone, but Tb\ Tlmina.?" reeling  lOdectrie Oil continues 10 . maintain  its position and increase iis sphere  of usefulness eaeh year, lis slerUias  qiifiJillo.s have brought, at to tlie I'ronr.  and kept it there, and ia can <i*aalv be  called l be oil of the people. Thousands havo boiaefneil i>v jf an<*- ^-0u3^]  use   no oilier   pa't'iiniTiioia.  Ahifc-kn. may  laiRht  Times, bin  a'ai* to find  datlgiitea*.  be  I behind of alio an.ld  (Jet a   10-eena  b������x now.  You JJien and woaneri wbO can't ������et  i-iglu -who have headaehe,  coated ioiiKue, bad taste and foul  briath. dixzltsess, can't sleep, ai*e  bilious, nau'voias si.nd upset, bothered  with a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or have :i bud cold. '  Are you keepjjig- youi- bowels clean ;  with (lascarets ,cn* am.TRly I'oj'cinK a!  passji^-way every few days with:  waits,  calhai-iac ]ii)ls or  castor oil j  ^apeaa-eis   wo lit   while    you    s]eo]i;  So now and in the future RED  ROSE TEA will be packed in the  Aluminum package-, as it .was in  years gone by.  T. HL Estabrooks Co., Limited  Saint John Toronto Winmpeg Calgary Edmonton  iS5  The fiddler ca*ab . is so called because the male has one brightly, colored daw of inuaae.nf'O size, which,  ���������when he raus, he waves as if he were  playing a violin.  we don'I   Iia ve  in ko  ilia I  (!.<���������    land    ol    tho    1    a.m.  , cleanse ahn stomach, reniovo Ihe sour,  sun,   remarks   the  l.os   Angele.s' ,,,uiij;,..sted,   fej*u ien ling   food and   foul  KUPcs: lai-ie ibe nxeesrj bile from the  livei- and carry out of Ilae Kyste.ni all  ilae consulted wuste niat.ter and poi-  son  iai   ihe bowels.  A discard toialxhf will sta'aigbtnn  yoaa oiat by moavniiij;- ��������� m 10-cent box  from tuay da-ia^ sloi'a> Avail Is nop your  f.iaaamicli swo������d: 11,'er and bo\v������d,s reg-  ulnr, and head clear for months.  1 Han't forget tho ohihli*on. Thc-y Jove  Caseurels hecaliso tlmy lasle good- -  never  gripe   or   sicken,  Mother i:v:ives' Worm lO.xlernifna-  tor will drive worans froan Ilae svsiona  wliboul litjurj io i \w. ehibl. Iiocjiuho  its action. wiiil>* fully erfe<-il\e is mild,  Leads In Asbestos Production  Canada Blill buds the world in u������������  boMos prnducl.ion. fai tbe year* 30126  the 'J'Kmi in ion's ouiput was 2<J<������,000  out of a A\orld'rt total of ttdO.OQO tons,  according to the Ijifest eompulation.  Khodesia rnnaJshed 5-1,000 Ions aud  .UuHKia and  Uypruss 20,000.  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  MARCH   20  THE* CHRISTIAN'S   HOPE  CJolden Text:   In  nay fathei'Vs bouse  are many mansions*, if it wort- not so.  > 1 would have told you;  for 1 g������> lo pre-  i pare a place i'or you,���������John 31.2.  Lesson:   .Tohn   :l4.1-3;   2  Corinthians  5. 3-10,;  X John ii. 2, Lb  Devotional Koading:  Revelation  21,  1-7.  In the la.-a n-n yeju-s, ;,,tiiii) paieaiis  b:i\-e bei'ii granted Aauei*i<*:in woniern,  iuer������* Ibaaii ihe ioiiiI foi* .11>"������ ye-ai's prtf-  vioilH.  Children Cry'  For "Castoria  KspeciaHy  Prepared  for Infants,  naad ChaMrcn cr{ A11 Ages  Miii h> i ' l-"P"icliei".- Co-.ioria has  been in n/e I'or i������v������-r :;ii years lo re-  )������*���������*.- l.abi.T. and chUdn-n ol ('onsiajia ���������  i an', a l 11 .a Nil ��������� : , \\ i i.ii i mjjc and  J din rl'i-a : .-ilia' In-* l'"i"\ t-i-lidim'ss nrl.i-  ia:', i le-i i -la-oin. ami, bj i-i-f-.iilaI iaig I h������-  S'on uri. :i ii < I I 'n Vi i.',-,, aids the n.-sijji-  Ihiilrm   el    l-'ood;   f.h lii|.',   niiliiral   .sb������i>p  ��������������� i I In HI I     '.pia !'���������:'  Tin    .-1 ��������� ri 11 j ii* ���������   Iaa r     y lioni I lire  of  Helping New Cr.ii.~di.ins  Tln're can be no more |>ublie-'-piril  ed work Irnn gin tilde iban that ol ami k-  hag Iho loj-oigners In oui' inblst goad  I'aaiiMiliin ciil/.ens. If a helping baud  is not hold out to I bean, If Ihey aro  not lauifclil Ihe |ulne;pleH of our kov-  eniinoail. :nad iiieidenfed "Willi the spirit  of (,'iuiiaillan htsl lluilons, then jiiHlend  of In lug nit asset, lo Cauuila. they b������^  conn* n   naeniico. T.ondoai  Free I'i'ohh.  Intei'ianJ pariirhes In ilae shiapo of  worjins in I lie fsioinacli and bowels ol i  cliildroai Hap IlK'li" vluilliy and retard j  physical ilovolopnioni, 'J'ljaiy Uecja tlie i  child In ;i eonslanl Hltite ol' aanresl t  anil, l\' not nlleniled in, endnnr';e)' life.'  'JMm elillil cilia b������- Hpiu-ed aniich HitlTei'-i  bat; ami Ibe mother much iiuxiely b> '  n-ini; ;i a'idSiible wiii-m i*e.aiiedy, "uncil I  iih Millei-'H VVovie l'������nvi|ei's, which are  sure ileal It lo worm.-!, I  On any gheia day a;hero aa*e on the  1 stalls, couaiaiaig only the value of ships  I over o.ilOD Inns and the cargoes  | borne,    no    Ic-hh    1 luaaii     -������700.000,000  ���������worth of trade under ihe ilrllish (lag.  I        .   The   Swede   Smiths  While Americans ami KugUslimen  w-ado through lists, oI! Smiths iu their  telephone directories, tho Swedes are  having- their dUIieulties with the An-  tlea-soiLS. It. has become so dilliculi;  ��������� to pick out th-a right Andersen that  tlie postsal depai'lnaoijt bas sugge.-jted  -Kivlnt; st prc������"i3uin to those who  change their iv,nines. ,  1  ism  Explaiia+ions and  Comrnasnts  1. Tho ProuaiKe of ChrJHt, .Tohn It.  3-v!.���������"I-el. not your lieua*t trouble; believe Iai ������Uod, believe also in Me."  i' "Pm'uci   fim    T\tficji.-������..    hiiil.seM'  The fti"8t mala is tat Eon for raaliu  broadcasting Ian Ireland 3s being e-s-  UiWiHliod In Dtthlan.  who  Was So Nervous  The Least Noise  Made Her Jump  wiih  the    Master  said If  To the Horrowfial  lli,ile band,  Facing an  hour ol' dairknoHS  That    ihey     could    not    untlor-  HllUICl."  "In any Fiithoi''^    lioiise   are    an.tny  ia:antdonH,"     thus     .leyufa     cnjiil'orted  ilietu.    Our word    "niun������ion"    an emit,  origlnnlly   merely a   place of" shelter,!  and   ticcordipgly   the   margin   of   alio  For Sore Throat  Rub throat and ������Ti tt->  Twltti VlaVm;cavst with  wirm n������Ba������],   It������  double) direct ���������cttlcrv  (I nholed and nbaorbed|i  brlnjr������ welcome r������tl������it  WVa������oRui  ���������i  Mm,   W.   IT.   YfttOH,   Ashoam^  Maw.,  writes:���������-*������X wuh  bcvtlicrad  very  mm\i | i'civi.s'ed VeVwioaa   lias  the"woi*d";<nbid  Ing  plaaeeH.M  Willi my heart n.u(\ norvtw, and tho  least noluo would miaUo aiao jump and  ������Jni������ist  f<lop, nay himrt bPiitinfi*.  .1 tcild my anotlior alaout it oiao day,  nnd slio Hii.id that, alie bad been,  hotlx'teil the KtLint) way luid told nao to  got a bin: of  tN'ERv'rpiUS  '^ir-iMli ���������*!���������**'  . .i^/fy^^r^^^w /���������  s s+  aW  " >fc-C--i  'MMta***-  l������>'  m**  \\  I ������������7U  '*f<')in-i. upon  a   lime,"  is lint way fa  i Men  hi'Kln, nud iifli-r  u  maia noe������ oul  OlM'e    Mpuai    II    Mine    b������'   bi'i;inH   lo   tell  . \'\a   \\ he  ualdi'H.  a Winnrd's���������-the depend;vljl������  liniiaient,  "Wlicm I laittl talon, tho ono box I felt  quil������ a lot bettor and by the tamo Jt lia.d  Ink nn Hi waa box������-n I got. voliof."  I'i'U-.w Mh\. h boa. nt M.iD iitmlars, or  mumib-d <lir������wt on receipt of prl������������ hy  ,The 'I'. Mitburia ak),, lamitaiu, Taronfi**.,  Oate  In upcahlng of la3fa own don lb, .TesiiH  ftabl, "I go away," "I go to tlm b'afh-  er."   So 3'aul   Bsalih  "'IMie  tliaae  ol' any  tb.'pnriuiT) Im ail    hand,"'   Tliey    w*ea*o  Iravellei'H,  'KnllliiK forth  on   ia  jona-ney  lo ia better country,  So Ohi'lst. would  luivi- iih Iblnlc, not ilaait wo nrn going  to die, but that wo lire going lo sol  forlh on  a Journey  than, endu ait our,  I'alba r's Iiouj'.c,  |     "tf it "were not ho. I would have lold  : you,"    In the wiIiuIk    of    all    pcople.s  ���������ahere U n liellef 3n a future life. This  | had ltd', .lemas'H  words  tell  tan, Ih tram,  for oiherwhui be would have rtl*lllua-  1 ionnd   the nilaidH or bis folloxaX'i'jt.  "I Ihustlr; thee, O TfiLthoa*. that there  Ih a voice within mo vhbdi conlra-  dlctaa the nilence of death/'���������<������i><������rKO  Mathei im,  For   nnte  i ne tit.  everywhere���������Minard'a   Lini-  asaj  Tho iqswkltorsift nnt\ Trioat cflfeclivo  jrclieC from Lome Bnck nntl nil Kl-il-  nicy bwjkH Bladder Troubles in Gin.  PIlfH.   Thoy promote health by re-  ��������� rd<ra*ii*nrf lb������* l^ldnriyr*, to Oudir nor-annf  aietlnn mf fUtorintjj; tlits |>oSisoraB front  ihe blivavd.  yvic a h&K i\t your dtruggist'si  f ?%.  h'ttpv  T?"17'TPrT7!'TOr  r .������ .* j  t ������ j  nT)Trictrnmf  Tt>  v.*.  , /Y"\.  BAKE YOUROWN   i  BREAD  "-������������������-?   WITH  over ills face aud crowned the picture with a derby hafc. From a remote part of the country eaane an  accurate- picture of anask and bat. The.  same thing- bappealed when another  held up three sprays' offlilae blof-som,  ���������Et is easier toexplain, these correct  inipres s i o ns by tlie theory o f ,se con d  Rig-lit than by the theory ot" coincidence which woultl;account Cor tlie  identification of the caa-d. There  sceans to be such a thing as thought  ti,aiisfereiice,-and"'sonie believe that  III ere- are; -sunalL : waves of high fa*e-  quency Avhieh carry"'��������� certain ianpres-  sioras to whatever nerve centres are  capable of receiving thorn. As- Ave  learn more about r.a<iio we may learn  mea*e about these thought waves, and  build tip a scientific foundation, for  what has-"for a long time been a pop-'  ular belief.-���������Mail and Empire.  Telepathy l>y R adi������  Earliest Date for Easter  Mot   Possible   for   5t  to   Fall" on   Any  pate Before March 22  Lent   this   year   began   only   eight  days  away from   tlie   latest   date   on  -which the season can begin, which is  ; March :10.    The earliest date is Feb-  j tuiiry 4, which happened in ISIS. The  interesting   Experiment  Conducted  byj *'AiXi   earliest   date   will   be   in    200S,  Sir Olivet* Lodge j when Ash Wednesday will    fair    on.  It bf improbable that the recent j February 5. These dates arc set by  telepathy"tests'' of Sir Oliver TJodge|iin -eccliasiical reckoning for Easter  wall"prov'idte an argument-"331���������'favor olW Smu"*ay covering; a period ot 22s  the central belief of spirit .bats, aaamely! 3"ears, or twelve cycles of the moon,  Ihat the living can. he broaiRht into !"*1*^1 au analysis ol: the table, from  (-oninnmieatiou with the dead, but It | ,'l:"SG,to 2013, shows there are more  may add some valtiablb date to tlio ^ ^le ' ll,an : ea# Masters, the figures'  theory of  thought   trarisfei-ence.    The  t  mmoL ..   ? mrna.mMW ���������? Wam^^-ar    MB ��������� ��������� JBHt���������aatfrRWIBL- -    ���������  mmmmmmtn-  ...AwrfawrA    mttmssmywsWsmr'    mfssWm dBWJBaWfr   H  Rigid and Smooth  S,������Taa.ne-at as tls.e Building,  ���������  itself. ���������"���������  THE. PERFECT SURFACE  tax WAIXPAPER, PAINT  or KAtSOMINE  Will no������ warp or shrink.    '.  Fire proof and Sanitary.  If you' can't obtain sample  from dealer���������write us direct.  lire iftanfiQlia Gyjtimn Company Lid.  WINNIPEG  being  175  Eas tea's tn. April and  fifty  three Masters in   March. *  Easter Sunday this year, April IT.  will be repeated according- to date in  193S, 10-19. and in 1980.' The earliest  date ifc caai possibly fall on is March  22, anel only, once does that elate. *a-p-  ulio   have   the   Rbi." of 'seeing- oil   the j *>eEir in  the Period  referred   to.  That  average man.    is    incredulous...- .about  .spiritism-....hut   probably' has  some experience of his-own to support the con- j  liMifion. .that -tbore aro certain presons!  who  can.  toll  wbtat  is   pas.slii.'-c iai  thej  .mind? o������?.anotlier   pea'son,   and  other*!  :'������������������ instant; -whaLyis   happening   at   a   dis-j  l.'iaee.     The' Coatee    expei linen t    was!  .   ..... .(  ''--a.-ondUL'Ux.l   over    the   radio_ and   was!  *]i-u-tleipat.od  in by   most "6C tlae ���������radio |  .iii^vri   in   EnsUuul.   Half a dozen  per-;  ���������-..sons were'shut, tn a room which could j  . bav-<> no  eoiimuinicataon with   the out-j  side   world,   and   from   ti������ai������������   to   Time:  <-on eon I rated .their   minds upon some 1  object   held up   by. ono  or them. The;  rost   oC   Knghiml   was   invited   to   con-i  was in ISIS. In 200$, Easter:Sunday  will be.oa March 23, Ihefatext earliest  dale. " y-f? ������������������  Easter Sunday, according f to  ecclesiastical reckoning, is tbe first  Sunday after-the full moon following  the vernal equinox;- in other wards,  the first Sunday after tbe eeelesias-  rticaL full moon on or next after  March 21. The first- efforts to bring  about  a* uniform  date  were  talion at  Copied  Crusader's Armor  Com  ceam-ale.'its mind -.upon..what was j?o-!'t]l^ Council of IsTicaea, called, by Con-  ���������IttjK en'and send a description of  tlie ?' stauUno" IrL 325,When at was decided  -^articles exhibited. So far 10.000 have] *uat faster "was to be on Sunday .and  >������.-nt- in answers, ,an������l more are pour- l" the s same day throughout the  ' 5a is- in.,? Some:lhue will elitpse before \ y*??l& ��������� JTll<3: correct date; was tofffoe  :-Hir Oliver Lodge 'is- able to- tabulate ���������reckoned at yj\lexandria, then fthe  ;. ;i!ie results and let us know 31. aliere | ^onie ot; astronomical science, and an-  fwas hi England a single person able j' nounced yearly. At first the reckon-  ? to -penetrate   to   flint   secluded  rot>m! ������"������������ .\vere   based,   on    an    eight-year  and  see what was happening there as j cycle,  when  the   changes   oC sun find  well .������a those  present, in person, ......   j uioon more or    less    exactly    repeat  One of ihe. objects held up was a! themselves. Later an elghfcy-four-year  '. playing   card,   the   donee   _nf     claihs,! cycle   was  used,   until   the  year .457,  There wea-e  some who  reported  bav- j when a cycle or 532 years was rased.  Jiir- received  am ian.pressLon or It,  hut I Ultimately    the    3iii.ieteou-yeai*    cycle  there were also an equas niniubuf wholes  adopted,  whieh accounts for the  lind seen every otlier card in the ['able of .?2S.j-e>rs referred to as bo-  ' juvt-l-c.     This  is   Ihe  sort  of  Lfiln's;  the j I������P twelve cycles of the moon.  public  would  expect,  bur.  some other!    nnswors   betoaig   lo   a   dllTerent   eate-  ���������pory.    (hie of  tin- objects   held Up to  1he invisible   riudaenee was  a  curabusj  Pelt Raising in Canada  music,   which   one   of   Ihe   party   put  Mrs, L. Sefoooley  Climate  is Weli  Suited to  Pi*oduction  of  Superior "Skins  Raising  Toxos for the  anarket  eou-  titiues as an iuoreasinly active aud  prpductive industa-y in Canada, Last  year the Dominion exported 5,000  live foxes.' valued at. $:i,-l-f0,000. The  IJulled States bought 1,������00 of those  for breeding _ purposes. F*ranoe h^s  'i.indiM't.al-'on to rnlso I'oxes m'aid invested .1150,000 in Cnnadian stool* last,  year, Finland has established Its first  fox I'urm, which- has been placed in  chui'gu of aia experienced Caiaaallan  breeder.  Tlae CaniulUna cilEiaaate ja suited to  production, of supet'lov pellta of all  IlIikIh. The breeding" history has  not stopped-wllli fox oh; some of the  run* Tn mas produce minis, ���������niarl.on,  wat'oooiij slcuatk, llfciliei* iukI Ictia'akul  wlkoep. iPiieo.t of tull furs promlsn to  fc'-fuuiln wo high thai bnieders- who  iiiect with may &aae,ecss are aiasaired  of bag  financial! relums,.  Juat a Matter of Time  "One thousand yours hence," says a  Lansing Itom, of Fob. \\, "tbero will  he aiiiollaor day Ulce yesl.eri.lay l>vat not  Ljalil tbuta. tl. wad ulio second day oi!  I tie H<v.ncuul anoaallt of the. .second year  of Ihaa Hnnonil quartor of the ivvuntletb  eeiilin-.V, Hut In 1,000 years, along  tnil nl't<en������ler|' to lier' liou'wRho'liI 'dntir'a ��������� *'^' eonin the tliird flay ot, the Thira  rijirbt up tot Up l-i*d',. Nho hud fiompjirn live- ! month of (ho third year of Ibe third  I,* aao Miill'eraai^- -tho lcaw-l. I evef W41- ;,.���������..,,,<M, ���������r .,,,_ ji,i,.ib.,,i, ,���������vni'ii.'������>- 'm>,>..  ni'swul. I\lTy only ������������������������������������* lisei Iwrii Hint L Ml>Ul,,i01 ������r ll,������ thUMiuh century. I hen  iinli,..[ ktinvvol1 thin wo-nelorfi.il modiehuB ; overyfltiaag will bu all  right aignln.  uliile lirimKiKiu; up  nay own  tiuiailv."*���������- i ~~~��������� ���������-���������*   iyiJH; '���������"������"������" rSdiiMrtisy, WW 1UH Hfc, I      jahva.   tho   Inmmt   of  the  .hipimetie  jMI dcii|ni"H, Muid or t������l) ot form. ,  ,   .    i ,  i i- \   ___���������    Inl'M-H. t,-r so iianMid be can ho of lis .���������<���������-  ��������� 'Mvrnns'   Hludlo  T.inadoai, Ont.���������"Ever slnai^ I finw.iho  piciil- lienelil, my (hiiiKblcr wweivod from  J)r, Fierce'������ Kavorito I'lvscrriiitlion duranir;  her hei'o.n-a I e.v|������',(d.iaaat |iei'iod, 1 liavvo laevoc  miKlmtleil Ihe opporlnaaity to renoiiim'nnil  ������! to nverv fM'o.spnctivn'niotber I wna  ���������.villi my niaujubinr when hlio was iin'sei*-  nhle nnd sink, fl'lina my u-dviee edte took  l>r, 'I'itTee'H lAivanifn l/reHeriptinu, atul  fro in Hie very bej'aniiing; who gaiuerl in  l-ieallit aaad stroug-tii, wns able to Im aap,  Young   Englishman   Has   Made  plete Suit in Spare Time  A complete suit-of chain armor supposed to be only one in existence lias  been  made   in   his   spare   time  by   a  young man at Nottingham, England.  ������������������There are many examples of chain  armor in museums and private houses, but the malier has. been unable to  trace a  complete- suit   of  interlinked,  cJiain mail, as worn by the Crusaders!  in the  thirteenth century," anywhere.  The suit he has made is a remarkable example of craftsaaianship and  patient a-esearch. Tie spent two years  assembling    ihe    armor,    and.  many  more in gathering the correct' details! recede .with   the  and. actually j-hafcing-the suit. [of the "earth  Some idea of the enormous amount  of work involved- may be gathered  from the fact that the total number  ..of: links, in the suit is -17.520. Kach  link recruired four .-..distinct orpei-a-  tions, necessitating 190,080 operations altogether, and all'thi*ough the  correct gauge and- strength' of iron  wire has been nsed. as far as possible.  Every detail has been thoroughly  sfcaadied and caa-efully reproduced by  the maker. He spent much of his  time visiting the old pre-Reformatiou  churches of England, , iu some of  which are wonderful monumental  brasses dating from 1277 , to 1325  which, when taken as a whole, show  the Crusaders' a ran or in its entirety.  Fortune Came Too Late  Stefan Sandu, one of Rumania's  best known burglars, is a million-  ali'e. Ife received news of bis good  fortune /While on his way to servo n.  20-yoar prison term. He loll heir to  1,500,000 lei through the da-nth of a  relative but prison regulations pa*e-  vent  him   from    buying    jiaiy    prison  Say Eskimos Came From France  Interesting  Discovery  Has Been Made  by Canadian Geologists  Canadian geologists claiaai Lp have,  discovered that tbe Eskimo, now confined to the Arctic, originated in the  South of Fa-anee. This is one of the  major successes or research made by  Ganadian scieaitists w'itb the cooperation of the French Government,  during little more than a year, and  carried out. largely on French soil,  which it is considered has justified  the oi-gauization of the Canadian  School of Prebistoa*y, and lias laid  the foundation for more extensive  exploi-ations in this field, both in  Canada aaid abroad.  The director of the Canadian  School of Prehistory is Dr. Henry M.  Ami, P.K;G.S., F.R.S.C:, etc., noted  -.Canadian, scientist. Professor Ami's  quarters, in an Ottawa Government  building, are headquarters for the  work.  Digging at a site iai the Dordogue  department, France, a party of enthusiastic Canadians recovered  skulls, bones, weapons nnd -various  implements which leave no doubt of  the oa*igin of the Eskiaho and which  enlarge considerably on existing  theories regarding the manner in  which North America was faa*st pop  ulated.  TVhen there were no Cli-eat Lakes,  before Niaigara Gorge was worn below the normal surface of the earth,  and when' Ottawa was  from 2;000 to  (  w  HBTHERitbeacut,   rj  : a:. ^'bruise.; - eprsi  burn or scald. Zam-Buk  provides the handiest and  surest means . to quick,  perfect healing.  It is from ce*������tain valuable  herbal extracts that Zam-Buk  gets Its power to subdue pain  and inflammation, Its rgerm-  destroyinjt activity and fine  skin-growing property.  Zana-Bsak is splendid for  chapped hands, frost-hite.chll-  blains, etc. Get a box to-day !  3,000  feet  beneath  a  "cap"  of  snew  and ice, that  stretched as far South  as  New Jersey,  prehistoric  men   followed the receding ice cap oa?" Eiia*ope,  northward to the boa*der of the Arctic  seas.    Some remained    to    settle   thej  northerner  countries,   but   tlie  ances- j  tors oC the fEslviano followed  the ice j  on,    turning    eastward    acioss     the;  aiorthern rira"pf Europe and Asia and]  gradually', same'    over    the    Deb ring-  Straits ������n to the northern Americas. |  They   went   south   then,   spreading j  out   over  what  is -now  Canada,   but ���������  following  the ice   line  back  towards j  the pole again, when it also began toj  gradually   warming  Found Queen's Tomb Empty  Da*. George A. Reisner, assistant  'professor-.of Egyptology of Harvard  University,- opened the tomb containing the sarcophagus of Queen Hete-  pheres, mother oi Cheops, builder of  the great pyramids," says an Exchange  Telegraph despatch from Cairo. It  was found that tiae sarcophagus wras  empty.  XV.    N.     HJ  .h;t2  J ue in bin near |.r> a ,Iapnne������e lute.  High Acreage Yields  According*- to the"'-Alberta���������..-���������Department of Agriculture, - Crop District  No. .2, .'.from Lethbridge west to . the"  mountains and from the international bored noi'th of Okotoks, produced an average of 22 bushels to  the acre-of wheat and 34 bushels of  oats. This was only beaten by the  district from Leduc r.ordi, whei*o the  average wheat crop was 23 bushels to  tbe acres,  and for oats 32 bushels.  If a  silent  speak.  man  he  doesn't know when to  doesn't    know    when  be  to  STOP FALLING HAIR  with Minard's.  the growth of  dandruff.  It   stimulates  the  hair:. Stops  i  FOR CHILDREN'S COLDS  Cold in the bend is very coaaaaaiou at!  this time of yeai\ especially In thej  very young. Neglect, of a cold is;  prone to lead to serious eoaiset-picneos. j  To relievo all congestion ol' the sys-i  tean is the first step in ta*e%at1ng a'  ���������    ,       ,.,,        ,.,. ,      ,   ,,���������     .cold,   whether   in   Infants   or   sultilts.!  comforts.    Iho-million and a laa.lt' for*j x?or the very young, Baby's Own Tub. I  and. Pneumonia .  NcBlecte������l bronchial colds are dan- |  Brerows. Stop them instantly -with /. <  Buckley's Mixture. Ita action in re-. M'  lievinur the coujjh and clcarlnn tho /jf  tubes is amazinely swift���������and sure. IA  All darujrebts sell "Buckley'ss" ander /S  a positive truarantce. Buy a bottle Ija  today, and be safe. fjH  142  Mutual  St..  Toronto 2  MIXTORI  Acts liht a. flash-*  a sitasle eip proves U  A-l OFPBIl 'J'O 1NVENTOHS. SISNO  for cur froo list of invuaitlona wanted,  nnd froft ntlvlco. TUn Kainncy Ooan-  pany,-International JL'ateait Attoraicya. 213  nniaU St., Ottawa.  tune   ropreseuts   oaily   .^SOO   bait   by  tho  tlnte   Ids, term   bus   been  served  compound      interest      will     Increase I  greatly Sandu's wealth.  No  limn is   Iruly Rood who  is  only  so for the satlco of praise.  OUT OVER BODY  Could Not Do Any Work,  Healed byjCuticura.  "Eczema broke out over any  handn, arrm, feet nnd limbta and on  my body. It appeared in pimples  that itched something- awful, und  when I tjcr-atched, it caused th*  trouble to spread. My arms and  HmbH were covered with wore eruptions. Whenever rny clothing rubbed rh������ it would bairn lake tire, 1  could not do any work.  ''a read an advertisement for Cuticura Soap and Ointment and eient  for a free sample, I purchaaed one  cakei of Soap and one box of Ointment and within a month I waa  healed." (Signed) F. W. Simmonh,  TawRttnaw, Alta., Oct, 4, S026.  Rely on Cuticura Soap and Olnt-  mrrnl: in ic^rji j-our *U\r\ rl*"f������r,  (>������t>iiB;  "������u������ilie*������������. ltd., au������HltMj."   ������'r!i-������. H������.������ik  B&S&r- Cuaicwm Sb������vi������* nock zn������.  ���������..,...,.,���������.��������� -���������ti-y-t"! rwr���������i���������iTir-riiLn.urr  lets aa-e the ideal means of doing'  this. Containing no narcotics or;  other luirniful drills Ihey soothe Iho;  child's fretfulness, relievo Its surfer-:  ins aand ensure convalosoauio. !  llaby'H  Uvvu    Tabiois   are   "wiiliout j  an    erpaal    for   relieving   Indigestion,;  eonstlpji.tion   nnd   eolle.   They   ebeck'  dlrtrrhoera: break up eolds niad simple  eocUh.  fevers;    promote    heiilah-i'iviiiK    sleeit  BRAUTIFITL ItE(3TSTKIlET> ItULL  pups sent aiiywlio.ro qtin, live  delivery suai'linteed; prowu bulldogs  eheap; Kuaranteod mango remedy ?1.  lhilldotfs, f������01. Iloclavood, Dallas, Texas.  siail  HATCHING   EGGS  t'laiolo*     I'i'oni     Kxblhitlon      I:.������i*rv-d  ICedo.    ������oci    Iraium-faifxt    r.^Khoa n.-������  of     lilub      r>KK      rocorrl. '       Whinorn      aat  -������iwi i������.,1-/. Hi.-. ili^.>,i,.,i inrtililiwr .w.pIi.,'11 loiulliu* lunaltry nlaow.-������, 'J>7>.0W Pookoal  and aaa.iKe the aiieuded teotlilaiK peihna , ���������i,.,-:n<iy.   wlil������-h   Hlaow.s   wo   biavo   a   wide  easy. The Tablets aaa'o the one modi- - i-opnunion. Quality, nnd Sorv-in. i.m oau*  clue thn I. a mother can Rlvn her little i jJiaiy hu^uniivo. \Vi*iif> t>'i" b������'oitUaii flh-riii-  ones with" perfeet  safety ns  they are \ ^,!Vku '^VjV* C*i" c*><-W1 bS������'A'' Af AlSC71 *  Riiitrunteed to be free from Injurious ' j, a. M.Vns,* Poultry F.-irm, Faribault, Minn.  driiK.n. They two sold by till laiedl- ��������� ������������������-.'::t^JLj'l^^l:-..^^"!:���������:.���������..::.:y;..^.:i',...:v.:'s.fz..:.'iA.:aa..'.~.  eine ������lealers or by u*all nl, 25 cents ai: "  box from The l>r.  Williams'  Co., Broejuille. Oiat.  .Teri'y----'"Have     *vnit     over  seriously of ninrrliacreV"  Si ranger- -"Veali:     ive  cerenaony."  Afedlelne  tboaif������-bl  aiiiueu     Ihe  pan-:rely;on, ���������_.  -FOR  COUGHS  ..Aathma  No   Longer' Dreaded.     The  dread of renewed nilaael.-M from  aEitlnnn. laiaw no hold upon those who  have, learned to rely upon J������r. ,1. 1').  ICellorfi;',-; A:il1������nn itr-mnly. Hn. r.aft:  do they fool that complete relliuien Is  placed on ihis true Hpecifb: with the  certainty that if wUlalways do nil I hail  11iai naailcor.H claim, if you have not yet  learned how J-nfe yon two with thlri  paepnrntlon at hand Ket Ii today nnd  know for yourself.  THE New rRKNaOH REMBDV.  " B ~ Baeffl B**"! w*%\* ^^a B*I^Hag^B^lM   fflaW n   m^P  "a* j������������I E? S^ lak rap*iC^Jfll i^fl Lr&  i������io. 1 for Biadttar Coaaarrh. Ma. a tor aloaa m  Uklu DI������t������H������������a, Mo, a foPCitronto Wft������kirt*<������o*������.  )iiil.ll<vUa<llii||(*,li*iitl������t������.������raltli*r N������i.f������turnui������lafrom  I)R.I.KCi.*n������]M������>t.Ca llM*������r������l<icU K������t.N.W.M.onilom  wr Mall attl. IO. (*l������lta pn--.kf.lt for Ola, 00L Irnira  71, arato.NU' Unktoti Uasv. xohOiu-o. Our... C������m������J������.  .Tudrje:   Have you over been up  be  foi-e nifl'.' **  Aeeiatied;  <h. )������li |.jel  UUK JMBK Jttkg|aL  mm ^tm. ^^  ������������������    ^^ jSmmmmt  I   don'l   loaow,  A\hnl   lima  tp?  Keep Min**ard'ft Litilrtaent t������ tbe ttable,  oenn  IN  l������  mmwmmVUmi  C,m.������.i������.'4m#i fe,M*������ r������������.f m..������ i#������������r������r .....*������m  tKAV aa.AWOlMIATOrtlK'f.  at>#������t-������������������' , wcsswwesawsB"  ^!  f9Sf>ifiSSSS&!>^S^^^^Si^S  mmimna<*rrfinr, JC i irr-������-' aw? ������* -a"^  ���������THE  CKBSTOH ."RBVIBTar  liE  1  8)  V  ������1  Issued every Friday at Oreston, B.C  Subscription: $2.50 a-year in advance  ������3.0@ to TLS joints.   :  C F. Hayes, Editor aaad Owner.  U-KiSStfXXaN. M.C. StiiDAl. MAK. 25  The Fruit Marketing Act  of     the     people,  organization that  to speak for any  represen ta ti ves  rather than any  one  but   th������ two or three dozen,  nsore or less, members on its roll.  If   the   day*;   exercises   are   to  adequately befit the   occasion there  next day io find 16 empty booae  bottles -round the ground. Tbey  have government? .control ia Alberta,  He said  that it was  not much  wonder that  such   conditions pre  vailed as in these places there   was  *���������������  *i%Jm.  a   f\s.������&   i,HrtS  ������"  teresc  wiii be some considerable gathering  no ohu.rdb; no^Snnday  school  and  here of residents from Kitchener to  nothing else provided for entertain-  N"ow that the new Fruit Marketing Act has become operative there  is considerable demand for full  information as to what the new  legislation really provides for.  It would be quite out of the ques  tion for a weekly paper to publish  the act in full, and aaiythiaag short  of that would hardly fill the bill, so  it is a pleasure to direct the attention of orchardists to the meeting  called for Tuesday night next, in  Trinity United Church basement,  to which all are invited, and at  which R. B. Staples will discuss  the 192? marketing act.  No one in British Columbia is  more fully iiaformed on the subject  than Mr. Staples, aaid no one better  qualified to pass along the informa  ion in practical fashion. In addi-  on to knowing how it will affect  the industry as a whole h������ ���������will bo  specially well informed to discuss  it as it aiiects Creston Valley in  particular. Everyone is entirely  welcome to the meeting, which  should have a banner attendance.  Sirdar, with the   inevitable  oppor  tunity   of   some   organization    or  individuals making a   direct   profit  by  catering? to   the    wants  of th������  visitors. ���������  We hope the mention of this Iat  ter   fea ure   will   not   esoape   the  attention    ojr   the various   church  ladies'  organizations.    With   them  taking a hand in the drive on the  commissioners speedy action in th  desired  direction would surely seem  assured,    and    certainly    there    is  no time to lose.  A Paying Proposition  Prior to last week's vote on the  eleotrict light plebiscite much was  heard iat varioais quarters as to the  rise in taxation that must follow if  the property owners voted in favor  of the "juice" supply on the terms  set forth.  While the old saying has it that  comparisons are odious, they never  come amiss, aiad in this connection  we would like to submit the experience of K.as!o in the .matter of  electric light and power.  Get Your Name on Lisf  The Review again directs atten  tion   to   the   fact   that Saturday,  April 2nd, is the last   day   to enroll  names on the provincial voters list  designated for use should an elect  loss occur in 1927.  When a comparison is made of  the names on the 1926 list with  those on the list used for the Dom  inion voting last September thete  is a surprisingly large number of  folks who are going to be deprived  of voting provincially if they do  not at once tna.ic������ tiae necessary  effort to get their names on the  new list.  Voters who have moved into the  Creston district since midsummer  1924 are reminded that if they wish  to vote here it will be necessary for  them personally to apply to have  their names struck off the list for the  constituency iu which they voted  about three years ago before they  oan have their names placed on the  list for Creston electoral district.  The necessary forms for such  transfer oan be had at this office,  along with the address of the  registrars of voters to whom they  must apply for the regulation trail s  fer certificate.  According to the auditor's report-  Kaslo council made a net profit of  $217149 on the operation of it  water power plant in 1926���������which  was a year of "slackness in general  business" according to the Kooteua-  ian.  And in spite of the quiet times  prevailing Kaslo found that electrical revenues advanced from $9,912.-  30 in 1925 to 10,240.26 in 1926.  All these figures are illuminating  as showing just how generous  people are with the light once it is  available.  While th village commissioners  are not ant.eipatisig any such  revenues as these from the electric  light venture it would look reasonable to expect a very slight deficit  even for the first year. So far as  the Review can find out Kaslo is  much the same size place as Cres  ton���������smaller, if anything, if school  attendance is anything to go by.  And should there be any deficit  on operations the Review ventures  the opinion that it will not run to  a total in excess ol what the village  would be called upon to pay for  street lighting were the service  being given by a private company  direct.  ment. All the preachers are herded in a little town and have no time  for a lecture or concert or religious  service through the year. All their  time is spent in the little two by  four towns with two or three other  preachers. He said the condition  which prevails today are verv similar to those preceding the days of  Wesley, Whitfield aaad Jonathan  Edwards.    The   reliable    hiatoriah  ��������� ' . "V  tells that dancing was rampant, all  classes indulging.    A   life  of  loose  living   an i drunkenness pervaded,  the -whole populace having gone to  pleasure    seeking.    The    cbnrohes  empty, prayer meetings almost ex-  tssaeJfi as   tOi������sy. and   serious  Sabls ]  study among the young people unknown.    The     great     awakening  revolutionized    society,    as   it will  agaha.  He expressed surprise that there  should be sufficient influence in  Fernie to pass a bylaw closing  dancing at 1 o'clock. He knew of  no towas in Alberta where it would  be possible, |?ot much wonder  dancers were opposed to it. He  said any daEice he ever attended or  heard of the real fun did not begin  till after midnight.  He gave th������ fact that the Mor  motts had taken advantage   of   the  dance   as   a means of popularizing  their church.   They encourage early  marri ge   because    large    families  mail ti ply    their    power.    So    they  have a dance once a week in   their  church so that their young   people  can become acquainted.    The floors  of   the  church are  always waxed. (  The dance is   always  opened   with |  prayer and at  midnight  promptly  and witl out exception   it is  closed  by prayer and the benediction.    He  never heard of,a dance conducted  by members of  the Baptist,  Meth  odist. Presbyffcrian or other churches that would make prayer possible  as a   part of the exercise.���������Fernie  Free Press.  -by   delaying   to   deposit   yous-  savings.  Mc  TF you cannot visit us personally,  send your deposits by maiL Have  the satisfaction* of knowing that your  money is safely protected and is  earning interest regularly* ���������     ' ������ae  faf^A  RADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  ggggff  SHHB  Save Trips to Town  Let th������ Bank save you. th������ tisad  and inconvenience of special trips to  town. Send your deposits by snail.  They will receive careful &n&  prompt attention, and you will receive an acknowledgment by return  post* f  28  MPEafUAi-   BAN  aruc  *w������ niUf-aunjre,  4>F.*GAPCASiV'k  CRESTON BRANCH*  Pigs For. Sale���������EiRht  weeks old,  $8 each.    J. B. Kaadd, Wynndel,  Fob Rknt���������Five-room  house,  good  location.    Apply F- H. Jackson.  BLAGKLEAF "40"  SPECIAL PRICES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE  10-lb. tin... ....... ��������� $ISM0  2-lb. tin ���������..    4.00  i-lb. bottle........  r ^ ���������.     1.SQ  I-026* bottle  .......... ..���������       4Gc  ORDER EARLY  Full information and spraying calendar on application  liiitSiUN mm & suu& &  GEO.H, KLEI^XiY  Printed Butter Wraps at The Review  Jubilee Celebration  hh BBv O Q ^rf������fil m\_      ^^H D Q \L Q oJH H        \m\ Q B ^/���������'H ii  Although   Creston   and  District  Women's Institute wore active   nl  roost two months ago in the matter  of having the jubilee of Canadian  confederation fittingly observed at  Creston there are nosurfaoe indications, at least, that the matter is  ���������making any headway whatever���������  not even progress in the undertaking was reported ai tho ladies  March meeting.  It might appear that the ladies  ure counting on the looal hoard of  trade taking the initiative to 'tho  extent of calling: an organization  meeting, but as the hoard has been  unuhlo to maa store von a quorum tor  fcho February nnd March meetings,  and has had to conscript the 1026  president to carry on for another  year it might has well for tho ladies  to insiat on the villaigo council got  ting thingfj started���������ao haa been  the cane in all other orgiitii'/ed din-  fcriotB.  After all the obaorvuueo of thft  day is a oitizoain a [Fair and nhould  at least ho launched by   tho elected  Dr* MeLaurin on Dancing  At the Baptist Church last Sunday Dr. McTjaurin spoke of what  he called the modern craze for  dtin.ing and what should be the  attitude of the followers of Christ  toward it. He did nob wonder at  the person who is not a Christian  participating in the form of amusement, it is the only kind of pleasure  thoy have. Bub to the person who  enjoys real fellowship with God  and has joy in the prayer meeting  and oommianion service, to enjoy  tho ordinary dance is incongruous  Ho baid that dancing has become  a menace in nearly every school  house in Alberta. It was the easiest kind of ploasuro to secure in tho  sparsoly settled country. A man  and n fiddle in all that ia needed.  No brain worry. Some trustees  arc refusing tho use of the school  houso for the purpose. At one  point they wcwo prevailed upon and  consented, having an agreement  that no liquor bo brought to the  dance.    Thoy wero   surprised   the  You, no doubt* will soon need one; the  bright Spring days will soon be with us  again.  We would like to shaw you our fine Tailored  Bruits rroHEi <%p^s" up co ������ji������s%3i������  Good fit and good material guaranteed.  Also a full line of Trousers in Fancy Tweeds  and Fine Serges^ $3.00 to $7.00  )!l  ,  I  ^m^mm^   ^^^^   ^^^^   ^^^^.   ^^^^^a.   ^Mca|*^    n^    ���������u^ UM|L     i|*i|g| |jj8j-M|a ffij^Hliifr.    j^gfjj^      JBfflS      KjjSL    Q33 BHjSSiSJ IS3   tss\ 125223 j^SOjlk   ffi^Sm  ^^S    iBB  BH^EgL     J^^S     E^  Era   tel J^r  Wmjjt D v B^n vLgJ^4  B9 . ^^^ff H tea       0 V B VLsmmi H ^ VS^0 ffl~'XL\ H XS9   II  tl tSlttBi ESSssss        ^5^5^ ^issy n w hi m   - jw ���������* <*( *k   nt  JL* i %wn     m W*m %<������r  Uf^jM^ at*j*aLE������    XJS&SiiSS JL VIS    ShSU m *jes IF  /   ^ *>  f  Bxbth���������Gin March ICth. to Mr. s;sd  Ma-s. H. J. Irving, a sod.  Fos SajuB���������Touring car. good as  new, snap.    Enquire Review.  Potatoes���������Rural Kussett potatoes  for sale* foa- eating or seed, Si^-* pa?  sack,   j*'. J. iviingensmith, SSricksoa......  jSOKSEfe For eAXE���������Twenty bpad of I traffic on the 17th.    It is  a two spin  1  Sh&^s  ���������ssyp'ar  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  [connection  M* mffllpmis&iU  Shoe? and Harness Repairing  noises suitable far farns or fawsh work,  also harness sand full line logging equipment. Continental latumber_ & Pole  Company, Ltd., Kiteberer, W.O.  Geo. Abey, of Kaitln. was a business  visitor here on Saturday, attendine  the tomnauntty auction gale, at which  be purchased the Ford truck r.ffered  for sate. He endeavored to get hs>arse  the same day driving-, the car to KusL  kanonk, but the poor shape of the  travelling at the Constable hill made  this impossible, and it was Sunday before he got away.  A meeting to consider the organization of a branch of the Beaver Broth-  erhond in Creston will be held in  Trinity United Church baseanent on  Friday night, April 1st. A feature of  the meeting wall be an address on  ������������������The Phiilipine People" by the U.S.  o uasul N. F. Brand of Fernie. He is a  lecturer of smaeb ability atid all >vho  can will find it worth while to hear  this address. ~  Geo. Hendren. forman in charge of  construction of the anew bridge across  the Goat River near Kitchener, arrived home  on . Friday,   the work being  Howe and Sin's truss structure, .with  a total length of 255 feet, and complete  cost about 814,000, The tsmaber of the  old bridge. has been mostly, used for a  fS/  asieaa-  1  A united gathering of the churches  of Creston in support os the Oarmssiaa  Auxiliary of the British and Foiif������gn  Bible Society ' will take place in the  Grand Theatre on the first Sunday in  April at 8 p.na. when addresses will be  given as follows: ���������"The Church and  the BabUv" Rev. Dr, Daly; "The  Bible Abroad,"? Rev. J. Herdman;  "The Bible at Home," Bev. S. Newby.  Gospels wiii be presented to everyone  attending the gathering.     "  Er* Castle of Calgary, Alberta dis  trict sales manager for the Ford  Motor Company, along with Cbas.  I>raper of the Kanson parage.. Cran=  brook, wc-ve here fat the end of the  week on Ford business, and announce  that the Chrisler garage at Erickson  been made a Ford selling and service  depot in ��������� an agreement 'a-aaradeT the  Hanson     garage.    Mr.    Castle   states  B  i  a  Is the last dny for fyiing Returns of Income  earned daring the Calendar Year, 1926  complete and the bridge opened for,   that 50.5 of the cars registered sold in  *������������������������������������- Canada in 192o were Fords.  Roadster and Touring ��������� $ 867  The increased rebates provided at the recent Sei3sidn of the  Legislature in respect of married persons and dependents may be  claimed for this period.    The rebates now in effect are as follows:  .*Married person, uiso %vi������loWss and wijadowees with  dependent children . JL- ��������� '.���������81,800.00  (Where a husband and wife each have a separate  income, an aggregate rebate on $1,800. shall  be apportioned between them).  Single persons, and widows and widowers without dependent children _ $1,200.00   ������ 300.00   $   500.00  u. $1,000.00 only  Bach dependent. Si . .���������  Insurance premiums paid but not exceeding.  IN on-resident persons .  Coach   Coupe-----  Sedan��������� ��������� >��������� ��������� -  Landbua Sedan���������  One-Ton Truck  - 1005  - 1025  - 1114  ��������� ���������    823  Roadster Delivery ��������� ��������� ���������    824  Ieeludes Bumper, Spare Tire, Motormeter.  R   GARAGE  a m  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  P  ilari^  m,  UU.y LI!  MEAT MERCHANTS  A picture of great local interest at  this time will be shown afc "the  Grand on Saturday night. It is an  800-foofc reel shoifVing the. reclamation  worV" done in the Fraser River valley  at the Snnias prairie. As this work is  similar to what will be undertaken at  Oreston after high, water in the dyking of Kootenay Fiats it: is as picture  well worth seeing, and is presented by  the Ford Motor Company through the  courtesy of the Grand management.  The biggest turnout of the year was  in evidence on Thursday night last for  tbe St-. Patrick's dassce in the Parish  Hall under the auspices of the Rod  and Gun Club. It was a masquerade  affair with prizes given to those in  homemade costumes, and the winners  weres Best dressed-lady,"Miss Hardy,  "Queen of Hearts." Best dressed  gen, M. York, "King Richard." Lady  comic, Miss Mary Bush, **Qld Lady.Si  Gent's comic, R. Maxwell, "Romper  Kid." A five-piece orchestra composed of Mtn. Constable, piano; Mrs.  Lister, and W��������� Hendy, violins; IS.  Craigie, cornet; and G. Craigie,  drums, supplied the music and the  supper was of the high order established by the club for their at homes.  There was quite a representative  turnout, at the annual meeting of Creston Valley Agricultural Association at  the municipal building on Taaesday  night, with President D. }T. Scrim  geour in charge. .The balance sheet  was submitted by ' M. R. Joyce and  was adopted. In spite of adverse circumstances the fair management came  through the year with a cash balance  of $01 after meeting all the exhibition  expenses, and the meeting tendered  the officers and directors a hearty vote  of thanks for their effort, and similar  recognition whs accorded all the other  Assessors will snake the necessary corrections   on   returns  where rebates, as revised, have not been ciainsed.  An individual whoso income does not exceed $900.00 is not  required to file a return except upon demand of the Assessor.  Returns should. be made promptly in order to avoid incurring penalties  The necessary forms and full information' may be obtained  n application to any jri-ovm  sioner of Income Tax, Victoria.  upon application to any Provincial Assessor or to tne <ooiuiiuis-  woa-kers who helped with the 3926 fall  fair., The directors for 1927 tare: H.  Young, 3j. Iattlejohn, Mr. and Mrs.  Geo. Cartwright, Sam Moon, C. W.  Allan, Guv :Greenwood,.P. H. Jackson,  M. R. Joyce, Major Mallandaine: and  D. T, Scrinageour, and these are to  meet on the 80th to elect the officers  and strike the committees for this  year's exhibition.  work being done on the -field. "Miss-  ion ay games and contest were played.  The limericks contest on mission sta  tions created a lot of real interest and  fun. And not the least enjoyable was  the race and curry supper served by  Mrs. Dickson, Mrs. Burnett and Mrs.  Herdman. Miss C. Morrow and Mr.  Herdman weie responsible for the  programme.  5TBY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  nil varieties.  Choicest BEEh, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases egg,production and produces better poultry.    Buy tbe best.  GRIS9D THEATRE  SATURDAY, Mar.  Missionary Jubilee  The Jubilee celebrating fifty years  of mission work in Central India was  fittingly observed in Trinity Church  on Sunday and Monday. That Trinity  people haye missions at heart was  evident by the large number present  at the evening service. Two cello  selections played by Geo. Truscbtt  were especially enjoyed. Mr. Herd-  man spok*������ on the work of tbe missionaries in Central India, dealing with  the problems with which they are  faced giving the history, and referring  to th������s evils of the caste system, and  told of the splendid work being done  by the United Church missionaries in  changing the lives and conditions of  the fifty millions of India's outcast.  On Monday the church hall was well  crowded for the missionary social. It  was a success from the word go. The  casrio table attracted a large amount of  interest. The articles on .view were  loaned by Mrs* Bliss, C. Moore, nnd  Mr. Scrimgeoim There were also a  number   of   mission   pictures  of   the  G-eofge Sidney  in  DeForost A Cr-oslcy  JVfe      JstmW        SmW^S%%    mV   i<Pttk SSsVG**   jBPWW ^MBtff m\\W*\\\\  ���������3&SCCES  saSss  LAND ACT AMENDMENT!  PRE-EMPTIONS  Vacant; unreserved, -sairv������ety������������d  -Jrown lands may be, pre-empted by  'British subjects over 18 years of age.  -.nd by aliens oa declaring Intention  . o   oecozae   j->ritisu   subjssts,  cional    upon   residence,  md   improvement   tor  titt.  MINERAL AGT  FOf*M J="  Installed in  Connote Cabinet made   by McLagan*  Cannot be surpassed by anything in Radio.  Lower prices and can give easy terms.  Will bo pleased  to havo 3������ou call  irt and hoar our -machine any  evening.    Everything in Radio Batteries.  ^     w^Sf ^mmw^  AMNa. SSL.      rnSlm. BSSM  QfH'S ^^^Q        .JWl^gBM m^mwmmwM  ������>**,     mmm, ^mmm^ ���������     pUF  'HM fK*}  a^Ww^ ksw iSi    \\m ^^m HM  |B BsM ft M lli  mm    ^m% mw     *!������U    "^jp^ BJfj3**fi*j|  (UifiSS  nmmmmrm  t.mmwmm  The Auctioneer  Story by David Belasco.  You'll laugh with "The Auctioneer," you'll cry with him, and you'll  love hi tn.  The astounding Biiooeas of the  wizard of the stage made into a  Btill  more  astounding   dim   by   a  ���������genius of the screen.  By all.means seanTW Aauobiotioer.  Bolasco'aa otago phu-ys arc nlwayB  p,ood und George Sidney is a  eoroam. Tlais pictnro nlone is worth  while, bub wu also offbr you  FOX NEWS  OAJVlkO COMEDY  SQUIRREL FOOD I  Special Attraction!  "RECLAIMING THE SUMAB  PRAIBIE,"  Aaa Sntcrc3t53'iK nwl wt.trnrvn-,iv������>t wlu  cationmS   piotaaro  ���������ahowiiig   the  apart than Ifordfton  'raobor took  in this firroat -work.  SMSjs/c  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Klondike No. 1 Fractional Mineral  Claim, situate in the Nelson Mining  Division of Kootenay District.  Where located: Noar Ytoir,' B.C, *, adjoining  the Yankee Girl. .     -^  TAKIQ NOTICE that I. A. H. Qroon, nctlne  naiivjrorat for William Thoraon McDowaU. of  Yaralr. B.O., Froo Minor's Oortifloato No. OaSlOo,  Intonil, eixty tlayn from tho tlato horoof, to  apply to tho Mlnanff Ilcoordor for a Oortifloato  of Improvomonta. for tho purpose of obtatnlnn  ia. Crown Grant of tho above claim.  And raiHhor take notice that action, tinder  Section ������B. munt he ooramoncccl hoforo tho Ibhu-  ainoo of Huch Oortltlcato of lianirovoaneaita.  Dated this 0th day of Aueruflt. 3fl3ft....������������������  A. II. GltRBN,  MINERAL ACT  FORM tF  Certificate of Improvements  NOT/GB  Midnight Fractional Mineral Claim,  situate in the Nelson Mining Division  of Kootenay District.  V/laoro loomtotS: On Shnop Oroolc, c rtjolnlaur tho  Qanrnn Mlno Oa*oiai>  TAICIfl NOTIOIfl that I, A. H. Or������oja,u������UnitaH  Affont for Mlohnel Murpaiy, of KomIo, it.O,. l������ riio  iifiaior'M C!ertlltotl4������ No. 847������lo, inUnd^tsixty  floyn from Uio d*t������ horoof, to applj/ to tho  Minimi Koenwlor for a Oortliloatu oat lianirovo-  monbi for tho paarpowo of obtaining n Grown  (-Irnvitof lh������ ahovn ailalraa.  Ami further taiixo notioo that notion, amaior  Soctlon R5, nuiHt lie oomtraonood noforo tluj liuiu-  anro o< uncli <J<>irtlllcft.t4e>of ImnnkvoinmntJi.  Dat*"il thin Infc day of BWhrtmiy, lft7.  A, A. OHJffilQN,  occupation,  ajarrtcultural   '  .���������urposea.  Full information concerning regu-  i-tiona regardittaS prc-eraptioas Ss  iiven in Bulletin No. 1, Laud Series.  How to Pre-empt Land," copies of  which can be obtained free of charse  t>y addrossina: the DaparUaaent of  Luanda. Victoria, B.C., or to aany tSev-  -*.ni������ent Asent,  Recorda?*- will be granted covering  >nly land suitable for agricultural  purposes, and which is not tlmbor-  and, !.������., carryixair over B,*300 board  feet per acre wast oi th& Coast Banere  and 8,000 feet per acre east of that  Rang-o.  Applications for pre-exaptlona are  .o be addroffsed to tho Land Com-  nlsslonnr of ithe Xjeund Recording- Di-  ialon. In which tho land applied for  Is situated, and are made on printed  I'orms, copies of which can be obtained from, tho aLand Commlsalonor.  Pre-emption* must be occuplod for  five, ycroxa and improvomonta mad������  to value of $10 por acre, including  alearlna and oultivt&tinjjt at least Ave  acres, beforo a Crown Grant can be  received.  For more detailed iaatornaation bo������  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  tand."  ���������       PURCHASE ���������  Appllcatlono aare received for pur  chase of vacant and unreserved  Crown lands, not being tlmborland,  for ajrrlculturai purposes; minimum  prlco of first-olass (arablo) land is 9B  per acre, itund socond-class (KroxLns)  land $8.60 per acre. Further Information regardlnrtT purchase or lease  of Crown lands Is -given In Bulletin  No. 10, Xjond Series, "Purchase and  Lease of Crown Lands."  Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, the conditions Including payment of  stumpaiee.  HOMESITE   LEASES  Unsurvoyed areas, not exceeding iio  acres, may be leased aa homesltes,  conditional upon a dwelling boinc  erocted lu tho first year, tltlo being  obtainable after residence and improvement conditions aro fulfilled  arid land has been surveyed.  | LEASES  For rsraatinir and industrial purposes areas not exceeding 640 aortu  may   ii>������  Itumud  by one  %������ui-nuu  or   u  company.  QRAZINO  Under tiae araaUarajr Act the Province is divided into -eraslnir district*  ont?. tho ru.nw* admln!������Uroa undor i  arasltair % Commlsalonor. Annual  graxlnjjr permits are lssutm) based on  numbers wmerfld, priority bnlnir erlven  to ootabllshed owners. Stock- ownen  may toram   associations    for    rani?������  'iitim������ino������u������juii.    UPt'tna, or ������>u������iii������lly  I������ r-������,  purmlts  are available   for    uottloru,  dampens!   a������d   traveller*,   up   to^   ten  ���������a**i(4d. ���������CH55351J5JCTSWW3  THE-,;.REVIEW.:  -1DEES.TON,    B.    CL  Idventors���������It's FREE! take tills step firstl!    Vrse*M^ Wars  W. IRWIN HA5KETT,  iy|*;| P**������������������* T^A^r  ���������8S I=l0li-i St., Ottawa, Canada i**8*ia   v*Vari*w>wa.*    *���������%������   *kmjt   Persona!   Sea-vice.  W  P ror>ii*������t,  Professions J,  Please, send me FREE  CD "Record of Invention." (2)  Booklet of  tions."  C3) Newest Leaflets on Patents, and  (4)  "FulJ information."  'Wanted" Inven-  Name  S0    ���������  Address: % ..'  Welcome the Newcomer  ������Mi  The immigration sesiscm is just opeiiiug, and, .judging, from all repoa-ts  and present prospocas, Canada is due . to..receive a larger influx ol settlers  thaai in any year since tlao period between "1*900 and the oaatbreak of the waa*.  This increasing stream of people CaaiadaAvards 'results from a number  ol" factors. In the first place, conditions in -Eui-ope are more favorable than  tliey have been sine*-.*- the tiphearat caused by the v,ai\ and people "avho  liave long "been anxious to emigrate are better able to do so. Canatja. loo,  3ias somewhat relaxed the re.s irk* turns imposed on imnugrution following  "the Avar and "wheat ihis country, like all others, was- faced with the problems oi' readjustment and the xe-esbiblssliiTiont iu civilian lite aud einploy-  anent of the hundreds ol? thousands of Canadians whose energies siad beets  ���������devoted to Avar activities and indus'Lriesv lfnt.il our domestic problems  of uneinploymeni and rehabilitation had been solved ir. was. generally con- j oaice  sideivd   unwise   to   allow   any   largo   numbers   of   shjav   pe.ople   to   enter   tlie I  Pleads  to   see  British   Envoy   io   Washington  for Aangio-Saxors   Unity  f "The sort of unity I want  grow up among thd English speaking  peonies is.a unity of heart and understanding." said Sir lysine IIoAvard,  IJritish ambassador. Lo Washington hi  ������iy speech on Anglo Suxou unity, delivered before tho Twentieth CouUiry  Club aL "Washington. '"I should like  it to be nti aeeetped fa-cl,'* lie added,  Iu   the   mlt-ad  of  overv   man,   woman  and child in all J-'ifiylash-speaking  fcouaitries that, coaue wlial. may Ave  still -ivJ.il never war with each other --���������  ifhat sitc.ia a Avar "Would he 1 ilto a titled  belAveeu ba*othcr���������������a filing unholy and  iaiapiotts. not to In? oven  tlioaaglil, of."  "If av(3   have   to  f.poled   large  suans  on aa*inameutK,"    ho    staid    later    on.  "k!*t  us  at  least, "do so  without  refer-  to  the   armaments  of   tho  oher  but  only  considering our own iieces-  j_������oiinmoai. t sui,..a   u>r protoctloai generally. There  The economic and financial situation throughout. Canada has likewise I oau "be 210 amity of luutrt or of ptir-  euoraaously improved; employmeau Ls now general; great development ; pose It avo are going to begin ej'eing  enterprises are under A\ay; railway and building eonstraict.iVi< 5s> ineteasing: : each olhor with su^pieion every  trade-ami conuvanee is steadily and  rapidly *>xpauding. j lime   the other  builds   a   new ship  or  Agriculture lias enjoyed several fairly prosperous years, and, wharoA-or I Revises some engine of destruction."  miay be the dilYk-uliies yet to be oA-erco-me, tliey are being faced and solved,; Speaking of conditions in Kiirope,  -witla the result that the Canadian farmer is today iaa. a much better ami JSir Esmo reminded hi* ii������-aiers that  more hopel'ul i>osiaiou than is his fellow* agriculturist in tho United States, i Ga*eal fSritaiu could nut ignore the  The Canadian farmer through orgaaiisatiou ���������arid co-operation lias success- i 'continent iu hoa* efforts to preserve  fully m������������t? problem* Avhieh si ill confront the iruV.ed Siat.es farmer, and ! .Aaiglo-fta-xon Unify.  sol iai ions   to   w Lite it   lie   asks   iiuveiratneTiH   authorities   Lo   provide. j? ,.  , .. ���������  The   success   of   the   Western   Pools,  the   steady   xoduction   iai   luxation., j I*|���������ZV_-     fill I"     RllAUmaficCTI  Federal.   Provincial   and   Municipal,   decreasing   railway   deficits,   increased ! I'tlVCb     Ultl     fllltJlLIlidliball  railway   braiteii   line   construction,   all   are   helpful  factors   in   the   economic!  structure,,  leading   io   confidence   in.   Canada   and   encouraging-   to   intending 1  <.-tatt.������-,va������*.s   as   pixn Lding   substantial   reasons   why   ihey  can   succeed   in   this j Brings  country. ! .  But.   as   has   been   stated   in   ?his   column   oat   more   than   one   occasion, I  successful  colon iiiauoai   is  much   more  impoatant  uiau quantlay in   immigra- '  S  Tells His ^  "Les" B  ootK, widely fcnoivn Ontario farmer? and, a sick  man for 20 years, suffered daily, only half alive*  Now strong, robust, vigorous, credits netv  found health to Tanlac  Subdises lumbago  Ease    and     Comfort  Sufferer at Once  to    the  tion. Caaiuhi wants more people,-���������no one disputes that fact. Hut, -'above  all, t"a.nada'^ future. sroAvch, ps-o^perirj and sound national development  dt-nuttii'  prosj.������ea*ott3      pooiue  NFRVILINE  Thoiagli -popularly Icnowaa as "Lcs,"  Mr. 33t>otiY8 coiTetit lirst .iiacaio .'is  C-lcorgc. ita.������ homo is at 271 Pert-la St.,  Baorkville. -For the past three yeiara  Jao has enjoyed Vigorous health biat  what' ho enut'ired' lioforo then is hosS  ���������told ia his own -words. "For twenty  years iny arms, shoulders, back aiaid  hips, ached with I'heumalisin," said  Mr. Booth. "Often riiadto quit work  entirely and I remember ono had spell  that kept nio ia bod for sis months.  "My <*aso got to be so chronic that  ilae }ielp ntn the faran. I vi-a3 pa*ac-  tacallj*- helpless. ?Even my wrists and  hands would swell up so that I couldn't  write my name. I dreaded bedtime,  for I got no rest, but lay there in  agony, waiitiaig for morning. Nervous  spells would seize me and I would  tremble all over like a leaf.' I couldn't  get. any benefit from my food and hail  ������^u ioi'e.e i������iys������������ *o ca.w. JNj.y wcagait was  far below normal.  -"Three A*ears ago I decided to give  Tanlac a good trial; for nothing else  bad helped mc. I could scarcely be-  licA'e such results were possible as  those Tanlac soon showed. The aching  stopped, my appetite came back and  I could eat -heartily. My nights b������i-  carao moie jestfui, too, ������trid I slept  *������V5?KvH������*.  iBSwS^SSSS&i^yfiSffiiiS?.'!  soamdly. I gained 16 pounds which X  still retain, and I now work hard outV-  doors froan 8 to 10 hours a day. J never  have-an ache. It's hardly belicveablef  If folks want to Icuoav what. Tanlao  can do, tell them to write to Les  Booth, or to come and see mc; I'll  tell'em." - ���������.-.-���������.���������.;.������>  If your health is broken from overwork   or  neglect,   pa*ofib   from   Mr.  Booth's experience. Try Tanlac, nature's own body builder, made from .,  i-obts, herbs and barks. Your drugnist?  has it,   Over 52 million bottles sold^  Cancer  that our iatmifecrants  be transformed in the  shortest possible  space  of   time   Into     cemented.     law-abiding,     prosperous     people,     resulting    ���������"*" '  permanent   homes   and   good   citizens.  -A  King Over Pain  who    seek permanent relief  Those  in | from the grinding pain of Rheumatism  j and Lumbago should read the letter of  To achieve ahU mtw-h to be desired eud, governments, railways, and I F-^Nomaaitd. from Owrgetow-n. who  organizations of many kinds are doing much and can do more, but. in the- 4<i -sras fairly crippled wit.li aching  jthial analysis,  mimic? pal and  school   bodies  rami   the individual neighbors  oi*'; joints    and    Rheumatism.      Neawiline  these  newcomers  can  exen  the  most  i.OAverUul and  laolpful  iniluence. Kvery ] must   *\ar?   ^e^,u   wllat   l   nt?et!ed,   be-  . . ., ,      ,   .       4       .        ,      .      , >   . ,���������; cause It cleared up my ti-oublo quick-  rural   municipal   council,  every   rural   school   arustee   board,   .should  an  ilselC; jy_������ *y      J l  he a small local colonization board, alert and ready to analce welcome eacii i      "if you need a 3-c-liahle, strong, pene- 1 scientific  ciicumsiauc.es : trating pain  remedy, otie you can de-  I peaid on, g^t a o5e bottle of N"erviline  to-day; it aviSI make yoa Avell quickly.���������  si.ml  every   inc-osnicg settler, regardless  of his  race,  treed or  in life.  Present settlers should make it a  part of their duties of cLLizeoisMp to  extend a hearty  welcome  to  their   hcav neighbors,  to offer such  advice  as!     Only one mother of^n president of  may be necessary, and give a helping hand in lime of sickness  or difficulty, j Lhe United Stales lived: to see. her sota  These new-comers, if  thus encouraged, will become permanent; residents. As j inaugurated���������the   mother   of   William  After tAveaily years of practical experience ami 3-esearch, the late Da\ F.  W. Forbes Hess, noted cancer specialist, announced, in 1912, that cancer is  caused by deficiency of potassium  "salts" iai the body and iC such deficiency is remedied. Cancer, even in  advanced bases, Avill retrograde. Before ids death, this eminent English  authority abundantly proved the truth  of-hts assertion aaid, since then, the ^  voliuitai-ily written testimony of thousands of sufferers who state they have  been completely restored has bi'ouglit  justified hope and confidence, to  countless others oai both sides of the  Atlantic ocean.  The   public  Is but   sloAA_ly  realizing  the    tin pleasant,   truth     that    while  a-etlnement     depraves     all  Alberta Oil Producers  Three diffieveait types of oil are being produced in. the Turner Valley  field near Calgary, lloyalite No. 4 and  Vulcan are producing- naphtha,  Illinois-Alberta, gasoline and New  New McDougall-Segur, crude. The last  AA-as producing 100 barrels a day by  baling, and a pump is being installed.  such   Hies- will  help  to  develop   the   dislricE  and the  Pi*OAince.     They  will i McKlnley.  bear their share of the tax burden, uml thus Hpfhten ii for all. Their presence ! i  Avill  mean better roads,  belter schools?  and   the  possibility  of modei'm   con j /,|\M"fV|f|,|A^CJ.  -TOUT  jutajra.A  A'enieaices now considered out of the etjuestion laecause of cost to the present; \j\J,1'*3Sb.s.swmsu  sparse and scattered population. .   I  Tlie eyes of the Avorld, and especially of Great Biitaiar and the a'est: of  the .lSanpiro, wall be foeuased on Canadaa. in litis year of its diamond jubilee.  Tons of thousands of people Avill come to rnnke their future Tioaiies. in this  lioniiniou. Thoir success in the great adventure means everythui-g to them.  but it Avill also mean much to the future ot" all Canada. No Canadian of  today cfin render greater service to the country than by doing all that lies  iu his or her poAver to make immigra*ir.������;i to the dominion this y������*ar successful by Che conversion of tlie neAveom,irs-:, through sane and pa-nctical | of people who luivo been benefited by  colouixatioru info permanent soLtlers ami worttiAvhile citi/.ens, tho -be use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  greatest a:-.set of any country, and the only abiding foundation ol' national  gr������';������,hiesR   in  the   truest   meaning  of   the term.  CALL FOR A TONIC  Symptoms   That   the   Blood   is  Thin Should Not be Neglected  Weak,   lacking in   strength,   energy |  aand ambition, nerv-ous, sleepless, poor j  appetite,     digestion    disturbed���������these  ar������! the symptoms of ������ great majority  Linei* -Tor Jungle   Airway  For a jungle    airway    from    Khar  touaaa   through   Ccnta-tal  Africa   1.o  Kif  ol' ,1,2ii0 miles, ;i bag triple si-row air  liner is belim designed in JCaigl.and. It  Avill be based on the flying boat btiill  for the Air Ministry "which ]);-c>vetj l.o-  be the Ja:il.e;-I in i.>\lsl������.������aic������i. Owing lo.  the presence of rivers, lakes aiut  swamps along ihe roaale, 11. will ������������.-.  paa^silile !>a' it-dug seaplanes to ttlighl  at  nlanosL any  point.  Expl.-mntiort   is   Simple  Ttilklug   fatigues  aa'oum>h   less   than  it does men, a Flemish scientist says  imi,mi in tlie Kenya colony, a. distance hi a dry ob.loe.tavo way, without entering into the conlrovo-rsy as to  AvheUtvr the feniale. is more talkative.  Ilaan Ihe male. The-scion13sI. explains  his statement, by two facts: First.  Lhal the greater the length of the vocal f-.cirds, the more energy Is a-ecpi'i-ed  Iii produce a'Hoimd; a- t.-coiiil. lhal *( lio  vocal coi'ds of women are shoviev  aluuL those of men.  white   flour   and   white   sugar  of   the  last   trace  of  potassiuhi,   the   boiling  of   our  Aregetables   also   destroys   the-  health-preserving organic salts which  an  all-wise  Creator   originally placed  in tliem and a civilized AvorUl, halving  olin'-inated   its   food   values,   is   today  consuming    vyhat    Dr.    Forbes    Iloss  described as "muck  minus  minerals."  Such   diet'.creates ���������-more . acids   than  the human liver    can    neuti*alize    or  uisposo  of   and   the    consecjuent   inevitable  potassium   starvation  i-esuTts  in rheumatism   in  any   of  its  varied.-  forms,   goitre,  ecscenia  or  any  of   the  maladies   caused   by   potassium   deli-  ciency,  including ulceration   of   stomach or othei* organs    which,   -if    not  i*omeilied,   is   liable   to   degenerate  to  cancer.    lit fact,  the'-now practically  universal   intestinal   staisis   or   constipation  of  civilization, Avhieh no pMls,  purRalives or laxatives will ever cure, t  is   the   certain   forerunner   of   ninety j  Tho great  vauio of  this  medleiaie  U\\ W  oentuni  of  all  humanity's   mala-  eases  ot  this kind'ia   proved  bv   tho! dl������s, ot which    cancer    is    the    most J  statemem. of  Mrs. \V. TLensher,  King- i deadly. .,,.���������'  ston,  Ont...   who   savs:-���������"Following  a       NVheii,  but  not. imt.il  drastic. _roform  severe cold f was left in a run-down,   talcoa l,l!l(,������ in ,no<lor������ "^l- will men  aaeVvous coitrlitlon;   1  back   and   limbs   aaad  move about,     I did not  sleep well at  nigh I.   and   was   despondent   ami   alls-1  couruged.    I   ���������Ufc-i^Uul   rlo   try   Dr.   Wil-!  ISainii-.'  Pink  PIUs.  aaul   caaa   truthfully i  say   that  afaer  thi- upc  of six boxes, l  the    change    in     my    condilloaa    Avas'  nothing    short    of    aiisii'vollou.-*.      The'  ptiim   Aanihiied,   |   slept,   well, .had   ai  good appetite, am!   itt  every  way  ^  AAroll and strong. | nlsi.i gave the pills  lo my dumchlor, who Wim lu'an ana.e-  mic. cupiliirrat* and feeling aiitiao anis  erahlc, ;ind in lie a- ease, loo, thoy re-  sMai'ed   health.   I   hop's   my  oi-perionee  Jtad pains in the   and   women   nppreeiaie thoir personal  could   scnreelv i ability  to avoid not, only Cancer, but.  '! almost,  all    tho    pi'awalont    maladies,  j Avlilch  sire  actually,  if imcoaaseiously,'  I self-inflicted.      Till    such    drastic   re-!  I form   occurs,   sul'ferers   avIU   conf.iauae  lo   alleviate    Ihc-ir    iaidivtdual    potas-  sliaan   stiirvttl.Ion   by   taking   at   home,  with  their  ute-ils,   the  snuall. disc.-i   of  The,   Ciititusslum     Treatmonl.     Avhieh,  ,?n | with   fully explannlory  Hi.orsi.ture ai.n<l  '    '    ' -' "     '     T-      Ob-  fa I  IntfH'Csihig   c.iisc   ra'porls,   can   bo  tinned     from     Cluirlos     Walter.  ', UrianswUk    A.venuo,   Toroailo,    I,   f)n-  : fiirlo,     Hole     Caiuttlhin     aiad     t.'.St.A.  ri>in*o.soait-..| Ire    <af     Tho     CantasHiuin  i may help sumo other weak pi-i'son."     ; Company ot Fiaglnruh   Dr. WilVtims' Pink Pills tare :-old by'  ! sail  ii-.-illeiiie   d������*:a!ers   or   H-mi   by   mail ���������       r-livfiiag   aiibnril   fail,   in   Iho   form   of  ! at  HO    cents    a    boy   Pay   The   Mr.  Wl'l  !lutl.|ei\  e.roam  or   inetaJ,  Is   now  stilted  ! I lu ni������'  ModlrlPc-   Co,,   Th-oelcvl.le.   Out. j (0 ,)0 ���������,.  Kmii ���������,ssi,;|-ai.eo  In   wtirdlaag  i ,V    Hi Me    hook,    "fh-iUdlng    Hi>    the1  I Ulond,"   Avliairh   ������*ontlaatii������   iniauy   useful  ' hamuli   hiiiln,   will in>  went   free on ,a*o  j rpia'-Hl.  Gr-eat Successypf  Cantassium Treatment  A Avcli-lciiowa-j jjontlon sist^con  and vccosraiizod mithority cm  Caaaccr -lias fi-t'.af-vd \voi-k|-W'ile  interest; in. tliof ."rtijscov������ry''<--Ihat  Canoca- is due to a 'deficiency Of  potussiuui '*salts" hi iho I-ody,  .which -ctLiisos tlie ceias to bicaU  down aiwl i>ocoine nialls'-af at.  In order thait every  ono  may  loraria  The Real Cause of  Cancer  n      reran rlciilile      IjooU      has      been  spor-. \i\ \\y  wi'it t.������~: aa.  Tins book win ho sent laec to  patients oa- a.aiy ono- avIio as hi-  tftrestoal    i������i    tlio     most     saicc.>spfnt  nii-.tii<Mi or tigiuirtjc ���������titt: c.vxckk  St)UUC15."  The- folfowing   is '-jt'-Hst   ot' the-  chsi/ptna-s:  I.  Tlie   I*iiiaatfa.tioais-of Sam,f?<aa'.\--.:...2...  RiiiDfi  l^n������'.t.<������i-s Ojnaosd  Oporttt.ioi:  *J.  . AVhut Oant'cv Is: ���������!. T,Yhy tlw. liODV  ������'TRTJr.R   lUtKAKDOWN:   H.   In.hai-  foia.s  OortlcwiK   Method.������=:   ai.   Clinitinon  .Krrors ��������� hi. l>i<at:   7.   Vit.d   K!*niaci>l������  ������������������ of .��������� l.i'ood ; .-S.  MtHlu:al   FJndoi-HGiucnts  of Our��������� Claim; .0.    Ttic t'biel' Minet-  ���������������.Is. of   the   TJody:   10.   Tlae   Thymus  fJland;   It   At;e   When. T/mao   Hejriaa.s  to      Aeenmiilate;      is.       Pol.assiaitn  <���������aa.tt.ses   l.inae.   Kxerotioti:   1"t.   (.treat  \'rilne   of   r������>t:tsshnn;    1.1.    I'nri.s   i>C  the    Hody    Jjiahle    to    <.'jia<cea-:    15.  1*������a.i*ts \*.rlii.nh  Aro Se.ttloui  AITected:  10.     Il.ovv  a   llootor   Caan   tl>|p:   17.  How to  A\-(jid  ilnnct't';   IS.     Death-  ante    >"i*oa*������i    Ciincor;    10.       Ai-Km-IuI  pi;loa*osi������  Jind   Old   Awe:   I'll.   Ulien-  iii:;l,i.M>n.   Clout   and   Kindred   Oom-  ]*ilittn(������.  Willi flits book .'ire n, namiber ot  InWn'e.silt������n- era.se-i-einM'ts iM-oviiifv 'he  ga'isnl. v.'ihae i>C "*a'ji.iiliisstnm Treatment" ill VUl-iullrf (;;������..si:,s. Taut t.ns:a.L-  m'ent in sinanle nnil Inexivniisive,  ai^tt enai a������e ensil^- t'lilcen iai oaae'.s  oAvil homo..- Atapiy for fa*e.e liooic lo  i'llllileB V\'(lltoi*, ,Vt 15iuu������U*u:lc  AA*������9iute,      Toronto.    Ontnrlo,   <.'nai-  (lj(l.  ol'f liiborahilnHiM.  =r=y'-  Stops Couching  t dose help;;.    Effective  Jren trjaid grown people,  GgiamberSaSfi's  The   very first dose helps.    Effective  for both children rrjnd grown people.  Does not*  atomichi16,   Cou^h Remedy  Sttmdnrd for over 60 yciars  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  Colds       Headache       Neuritis        - Lumb<ag'o  Pain Neiinilg-i.il       Toothache      Rheumatism  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  IjWMIlAMIftrMrM^^  J.���������   ^^^^..^.^Y-^^- -|^ -^[.-.....1..^. ���������-~ ~..|r.^.^r-1rnj^J^rl|ntr^[,r.-.^1|,Jr,a,J.^..,������- u,������.���������JM^i^.^.^rff  .Accent  only   "Bayer^  pac1:aj?e  which contains proven directions.  Hniu'lr   "*itn*-or,������   laon-i   (*������<?   1"   ftablet������  Alao wottlcBof "2*1 ftinl 100--Druicflfbttaa.  Jkapuli. f* al.<* ir..ii* w.fcrat (tt-gU\rt+d in C*u������,M\ ><f t\������xrt X,r������.������uif������*"lnn������ *\t MAfMvmyllr-  *i.j.j.*������i.p ..f ffulfrii.M-rHi tAiviyU H*m->1l-i Aa-������il, "A. it. A," >. WldUi In in mam huijwB  1li������l AiMlrltt mcNiiN lim-rr iri������iniJVinrc. tu mnuM |U^ |ta������l������lha t������H������l������mf liulmlli.i.n, Him Vmhtoim  ������: r.iv-f.t  tsmyiii* v-ni Ui ni������aiijv������i will*  aaliHr .r^-oncatl lr������ac tiatck, tlie *'lJ������jc** ���������aj*rv������������������"  ' If 11 ��������� ���������   aituda/t   it   Ih  l.o   I'lffoi'-Jia   ;i   liuiii  the oI'umioi' you'll  hiiA'o  lo ill) Jt.  r������orcts  Flee   Before  it. ��������� Thoa'o nro  many who havo- hax-m afilhiioal with;  Mon.i.4 sind hatvo rti'lvon fhoiii aiAvii.v ;  AVith T)r, Thomsas' .l^lMcti'tc Oil. All ;  talnilliii'ly l.r'oubb>fl Hhrtialal low aao llano!  Jn nhplj'liiaac this pjiloiin'Jirl rat'inody. iih i  tlaorav 1?< nothing IUcm If lo he Ir.ail. If J.s I  clioup, but iik ihmvui" H lit no way ox-  IJI'OX.M-H'l   by   II.W   lOAV   pU'ltlO,  Corns ftto pti.lnfiil ^rowilin, llollo-  way's (,'orai .ICoanovtu' will ruiiiow  Llaimi,  Am :i vvomaia,'*'."- bwiuly (anion lir-r  brailiirt voirifi to I ho friiail,  ('orcnioidi'.s naaay dlffoa*, bail trait-  fifdlionoHH m������ I ������������������������������ H^aaio 1h������< At or hi on>������\  Min.ircS's Linitn������aat far rh������um;Ui6m,  mmmimmm*mwmmmm)mi* i ih������biw>������i������^mW>mmw^>i<^ ^mm.imlmmmmMmmi  W,    N,    0.    .\H?2  (V  Save Money and Beautify the Home  '<ffi^*V Gro,wr Your Own  Vegetables and Flowers  (���������lBiiy>������������������  Braces Seeds  We   are   the oldest  Seed  House;   in  Canada which should be ;an assurance  of the quality and service that we give.  Wait* for our 112 page CatttlfJiraie  H-l E^ 7r4   E-|  John A. Bruce & Co., Limited  HAMILTON      JSttuhliihcd tsr>0      ONTARIO  4  "i  i  J  ;i)f THE   B3SYIEW.   OBESTON,  TG*������  a  anIIIfF''   ***** & ���������aWiPli'?^  ���������i m ������j  SSBT"  WFW 1101?  JUU*C1 11B1   & UUI   I SlJllI^IkL  to  Co-  ToiOLito.���������The following are tlie  chief features of Ontario's new  Liquor Coiili-o! Act introduced in the  Legislature by   Preniier 'Ferguson.  All liquor must be purchased  llirougla  the Government agency. ���������-"  Permits" aa*e of flA-e classes, as  follows r  Individual permit to a resident oi  Ontario:  Individual permit foi* any period  not. excoedinp one nionlli to a tourist  or temporary resident.  Special permit. , to physicians, dentists, veterinarians and those in  scientific or mechanical pursuits.  A   special   permit   for   ministers   oft  $27,000,000      Seing       Distributed  Famers  in  Three  Prairie  Provinces  Regiaaa,    Saslc.���������The   Canadian  operative "Wheat  Producers,  Limited,  central  selling  agency  lor   the  three  proAdncial    wheat    pools,    announces  that the first interim payment for the  1J>2(>.27  crop is being mailed from the  offices of the Manitoba, Saskatchewan  and Albert a pools.   The amount of the  payment is officially stated to be loc  per bushel  for     spring    -wheat    and  spring Avheat mixtures, 20<; per bushel  for Duruaai   wheat and  Durum  wheal  mixtures, Sc per bushel on all.grades  <>r oats, Sc, pea* bushel on all grades of  barley,  I2e tper bushel  on all grades  of flax. A total  t>r  $27,000,000 is "thus  distributed  to prairie farmer,-* in" the  three   prpvinees,    according    to    Mr.  MePhail.  Saskatchewan's   share   of   the   ������27,-  000,000   being  distributeil as a  result.  "SWfth ^ST'Jtf^^S^'B^L "tarfriaB^ff^^jl  CHINA KiSiiN IS  aas'S^a 'aaa -as-sbs*;-������asis!3s  Saa *  USSIAN SOVIETS  Think Brii������mlsi Favors  War Craft Liinitatiosis  the gospel Cor sacramental purposes.!017 1h* Intci-im wlie.it pool payment  The board has further authority to! ������n the 1026-27 crop amounts to be-  isfiue a special nermit aa aiatliovizedl ^cen $17,500,000 and $18,000,000 a*  by the regulations Tor the sale of j coining to an official statement issued  liiiuor for the special purpose named 1 b^ the Saskatchewan Co-operative  Tit the pei-mit.  j  no t    permitted    to  Druggists"? are  .dispense liquor. ..'' '������������������  Breweries and distilleries can only  sell iai the province to "the board  under a permit from the board.  NO liquor may be coaasumed iai a  public place. All liquor must be  consumed in the residence or temporary home of the purchaser.  The     commission     will     establish  stores for the    sale    of    any    or   all  classes   of   liquor   at   such   points   as  theyjnay deem   "best   in   the   public  interest  but   no   store  may  be  established in any municipality where the  Canada   Temperance Act is  in   force, t  nor where a- bylaw under local option |  had   prohibited  the  sale  of liquor at j  the time of  the  coming into force  of'j  the Ontario Temperance Act in 19-16.2  Light beer,  as  defined  by the  act, *  and which is -ordinarily .-known- as 4.4  beer,  may be  sold iii such places  as  the  board    designates, under    permit  from the board.  .There   shall  be no  public advertising of liquors.  No person, except with the'perinis-  sioia'of  the hoard,  shall have in  his  possessioai     in     this?   province'    any  liquor not purchased-from, the board.  This section takes care of the private  stock  that  any   citizen  may "already'  have   that   is   legally" purchased   and  the  board  has  absolute   control  over  all the liquor that is found an Ontario.  Tbe  board   may' appoint   a   staff of  inspectors, and this staff, in co-operation  with, the   provincial   police   and  local   constables,   shall   co-operate   in  the enforcement of the law.  All prosecutions will be conducted  under the Department of the Attorney-General of the province.  Any person found selling liquor in  Ontario will be imprisoned for int-  first .'Offence Avithout the option of a  fine. Thoi'e is a great. Arariety of penalties for other offences under the  act.  the    Saskatchewan  Wheat Producers. Limited.  Officials of the pool cia.ll attention  to the fact that this huge sum. of  money, ' .scattered, widespread over  'Saskatchewan just prior to seeding,  represents- one oi ihe tangible benefits of the pool ..system of marketing,  Shanghai.���������The drive of the Cantonese for the city of Sooebaw and  tlie attendant threat on Shanghai are  o\ ei-fohadowed momentarily by tne  possibility of strained relations between the Peking Government and  Moscow, growing out of the arrest of  Madame Borodin, wife of the adviser  to the Cantonese' Government, and  three  Soviet couriers.  Chinese authorities     declare     there  have been increasing indications that  large numbers o������ Cantonese emissaries  have -been sent jiorllaward in  an  endeavor to stir up trouble among the  wprkers.  Every     precaution    already I  lias  been taken  io  proAent an  inilux j  ot    these    agitators    iaato    Shangliat,]  Tientsin,   Peking  and  other northern  indusrial centres?  It is charged here that the Soviet  steamer Pamiat Leniaia, on which  Mane. fBorbdin and the couriers were  seized by at squad of white Itussians  attached to the army of Chang- Tsung  Ghangr jiad tons of Rod propaganda  tracts aboard and only a feAV pounces  of tea.  While the military situation be-  which was absolutely, uulcnowh prior! twdeJ,- tlle Cantonese and the north-  to the organization of the pools in j era forces is developing steadily, the  192a and 31)2-1.    The 'beneficial- effect l question   of  propaganda  xs  troubling  the northern   commanders since  it is  Officials    at    Washington    Believe    ir>  Ultimate Success of Plan  Washington. ��������� Lt&idon and Tokio  news advices clearly indicating thai  Great Britain and Japan will nccepl  the Coolidge proposal i'or a, conference Avith th?? United States at Geneva  this -summer on auxiliary Avar  limitation are taken by ofileials here  to mean that such a project ultimately -will be  brought about.  While there lias not been rauen  doubt as to the Japanese altitude to-  Avard such   an    arrangement    British   efiaa.  oi.9**   "5 Brsr*BT?    H^^ff"  LU35 W Liril BI  m is ��������������� a rssii tOkWk w   era  craft I in need of medical aid,  ; bring order  Tokio. ��������� Thousands of refugees in  Central Japan, shivering, hungry and  struggling  to  out  of the chao.s created  by   the  earthquake,  which  already   is  knoAvn lo  have taken a toll of nioro  than 2,000 lives.  Tlae Home Office stated that its  latest advices showed 2,275 persons  sentiment in the past generally hns|were kined and - 3y4J1 injured, ln-  been against any limitation ot anti- J formation received -by ��������� Tokio 'new*  submarine craft its long as her eon-j papers, hOAvever, indicated the total  tinen-tal neighbors refused to limit ��������� dead irL lhe enlIw? earthquake regions  submarine construction and ollicials | would number more than 3,000, .while  have looked to Great Britain to re-jone newSpaper estimated the toll  move the greatest obstacle in the way ��������� woujd mount f0 5,000, with 50,000  Jo  of a three-poAvers parley  Public opinion throughout Great  Britain as interpreted by 'that country's officials was'., described as demanding British acceptance of any  plan  for naval .limitation.  Creneva despatches carried the additional .information that Great  Britain would insist on linking the  three-power parley with France and  Italy not exceeding certain tonnage  in cruisers, submarines and torpedo  boats.  of these payments is not only recognized and greatly appreciated by pool  members, but it. is recognized by  bankers and statesmen-alike..  r  I  STOMACH MISERY,  GAS, iiNDiQESTiON  I "Pape's Diapepsin" Corrects  I      Sour, Upset Stomachs  ��������� at Once   , ,  t>n>miomiinii>M������nunn������mmin.'ma. ���������  interfering  of troops.  Avitli   their   transportation  'Tape's  Diapepsin" is tin* quickest,  surest relief for indigestion, gases,  flatulence, heartburn, sourness, fermentation or stomach distress caused.  by acidity. ���������'. A few tablets give almost  Immediate' .stomach relief. .Correct  youi* stomach and digestion now  for a feAV cents. Druggists sell-million's  of packages.  Would Amend British  North America Act  j  Arms   P;arley  This   Fall  Geneva.���������The    League   of   >Jaaio������i>  council   adopted  a  resolution  to  the  .effect   that   tho   informational   coaifer-  ence for supervision of private manu-  'facturq of  arms  should be held  this  l'a.11.  ������Mt������M-������MM������������������MM������iMaa������rwir������raa*r^  Had Terrible Headaches  and Was Unable to Sleep  Saskatchewan  Man Used   DodtTn  Kidncv PiHs With Great  Success  Mr. IM. Zilan    Was    Relieved   of    His  Trouble After Tal<ino Short Course  of Dodd's  Kidney Pills.  I-aivonilure,   SaHk.    (Special)   ���������-   ".!  want to    I������*1J    you    jai8t    avJiiiI.    your  DoddV Kidney   TMIIh   luivo   alone ' I'or  me," wrltoa M. N, ZUnn, u rcHlileiil ol  fhlH ]>hico.    "1 hud  ii'iTiblr* ha-adnchoH  and  could   iaot   nlopp but   .'ifK-r Inking  two   bo.\en   of   Hodd'H   Ivhhiny   1'llln   I  coimia('|i<������ed   to  feci     fine.   '   I    cinaaol  pi'ul.sn  HalH   Nidaaa������y   nu illelne   enough  mail   avouhi   aiol   be   wlllioul   If   In   any"!  llOllll'.'' I  .,. P<.r,sislenl lieadaehcii anal .slcoplii.sji-!  naistA i'jiii nHually h<< silirlbulcd lo a  run doAvaa nnd ������>.\h tunteil conilltioai.!  Clin i* H.viniitohiH Hitch an fnltubiilty. I  tliM'd liinmiid I'aHilhaujs; dciu'ei-ittlon nnd j  Insrt of i'iH'1'ny ai*a* -ilrfo ihe anitcoinei  of UiIh rondiliou. Il Ira 1 ha'ri'foi'*'  li������������*'i.;trii|.y (bail "A on taUi> a fi'-w weeks I  tivmiiKMii of Dodd'pi Khlaicy I'iIIh i������!  I'l'Hloro vitallly aaid wcnorally iame nji!  "J.In-  j.������-j vi>u.->  ���������'.'������ >;l������ i������a������. i  S.   Wood&'wvorth   "Suggests   Commit  tee be Appointed1 to Change j  Constitution |  Ottawa.���������;A special coivniiittee "to  consider what amendments might be  made to the British North America  Act which, while conserving the principles of eonfedca*ation avouM eaaable  us-more adeauately to cope Avitli the  cbanplicailetl prob]outs which now confront Ca.na.clai," was proposed in tho  Hoarse of ^Commons by .1. H. Wooils.  worth, Labor, Winnipeg North Centre.  Mr. Woodbworlh gave an' reasons  for his proposal:  A-The constitutional developments of tho last 00 ydni'j*.  13���������Tlae ' dif-sal.lsfaclion of certain  pi'ovinoes.     -  C���������The changed conditions in in-  dusti'les, commerce and flnance 'not  confeniplutod at the tlnae of Confederation.  D--TI10 action, of the Senate in preventing tho uiuicimont of popular  leglbUitlon.  In proposing' lain roftolntion Mr.  WoodHAvoi*ah fb'cUirod Caaaatlu had no  Avay of cdiniar^lng .it������ own eoaiHlitution,  and Jn Ihhi regard if wiih Inforior to  South Africa, Au.stnilia and the  Mothei-hanil. He apohe of a "very  wldoi'iuvail reeling" in tho WuhI that  lliea-u would bo an InevHaible b)*o:alJ of  coni'cdej'sailon aviili perlui.p.s co-opera-  Ijxan with tlfn oilier pnrii-i of CaniKln  on   s-.oiiia1   olliaM'  biiuJs,  Urges New Treaty Practice  British Foreign Secretary ***Asks  Negotiation Between Heads of  States  .��������������������������� Geneva?���������An ��������� echo of 'the last Imperial Conference- was sounded iai- ihe  ���������league, of Nations council Avlaen Sir  Austen Chamberlain, British foreign  secretary, asked the I-eagiae to abolish  the praetiee of negotiating treaties  as boAveen states itud substitute thai,  of treatios between heads of .states.  lie explained thafc his statement  Avat? made at the request of the British and , Dominion- governments. It  <did not mean that the Dominions  would lose their���������:��������� prerogative of approving or injecting treaties but that,  acceptance of; treaties by Croat Ba*i-  fain anal the.'.'-Doaninoiaas Avould be  facilitated.   .'..?.-'.  OttaiAva.���������-3'he .statement made by  Sir Au-stcn'Chanaborlain in the council of the I^eague of Nations as to the  foa*m of tsaghature which it AA-as hoped  would be adopted for the British Kaii-  pia*e iai signing League documents, is  In lino-with tho decision arrived at  during the Imperial conference. The  Canadian Govea-nment also received  detailed infoi'anation tts to Mr. Clatam-  bea-laht's statement.  ~l  Engine Trouble Ends  Trans-Atlantic Flight!  Oil     Pipe    in     Motor    Blocked    Says  Message From Uruguayan Flier  Madrid.���������Paralyzation of an oil pipe  iu the motor of his plane brought, the  trana-Atlantic    expedition    of    Major  Tadeo Larre-Borges, Uruguayan  fliei-,  to an abrupt end while lie-was flying  front Casa Blanca, Moi*oeco, to  Cape  Jubl.   lie made this, known in a brieiy  message received  by  the ."Uruguayan  minister- through  the    high -f comnus-  sionex* at Cape .Tubi..    'The    message  said the failure of    the    oil    pipe    to  '������������������function   made   it 'necessary -to- stop]  and that the    plane    was    destroyed j  when it alighted.  Major, Tadeo I.arre-Eoi*gesTs in tut*  hands of >��������� Moroccan tribosmen who  captured him and Iris three flying  companions after the plane .vats  wrecked. lie is believed to be hold  i for ransom.  Waiting Outcome of Conference  London. - Greait Brilahi does not intend to lay down any naval 'vessels of  her 3J>27 program of new conslraact.ion  unttl late in the year or until the otit-  coiuino of tho disarmament confer- j  ence is known, William dive Bridge- j  mam, first lord of the admiralty, told j  the House of Commons. Work on vessels already under construction wa'n i  aiot be stopped,, he said. i  75,000 homeless.  The correspondent for tlie Tokio  Asalii Shimbun, who ���������'���������travelled  through the stricken area, reported  from Miyazu that the, scenes in-line-,.;.  yama, where, more ihan, 1,000 persons  AA-ei-e killed, and Amino, were? heartrending. Itefugeos, he said, AA-ere ex- .  posed to .snow and rain AA'hile only a  small amount of a-elief was available.  Many-, relatives' of victims of the  'quake we're digging iu tlie ruins be"  devastated villages seeking the bodies of fathers and mothers ami sons  and daughters. Funeral pyi-es? were?  built and bodies cremated. Ottier inhabitants of the foAvns worked with  police and soldiers ia .e^Uieating  bodies and giving aid to the injured.  ? Shallow gi'aVes were daig in .the.  snow-covered grounal, even smalt  children assisting in the burial rites.  Hits'.of half-burnt sticks, raked from  the debris, AA-ere ���������.used as incense  .sticks foi- the offering of .prayers he-  I'ore burial. .Tapaaiese and Christian  preachers and priests wore everywhere aiding and comforting AvidoAV-s  and orphans.  The neAvspapers rorresponderus.  general reported that that the lack of  medical supplies and food -va'sy-the  greatest hardship for tliey refugees.  Injured .men. and women along the  broken roads askeal every passer-by  if he were a doctor, so great Avas their  aieed for '-medical atteaition. poctoi'S  and lied Cross nurses were coming  into the region rapidly-and .it was expected they soon Avould be able to  aanelidraie. the situation.  The roads throughout tlie region  wei*e reported literally lined with ihe  bodies of victims iiaiclaimed by reia-  tiA-es and friends.  OtlaAva, ��������� C.-tnada's giant, ice-,  breaker Mikula has reached the Cult  of St.. Bawrence, anal conditions there  :ta*e pJ-opitloia.s to an early opening of  navigation, ihe Department of Marino,  and Fisheries baas'boon Informed by  a wireless fa*om Ihe ship.  Permitted to Fly Over Canada  Oltuwa".���������The Dominion air board  haa granted permission to the Ford  Motor compaaay to fly 'planes over  Canadiaai teajritory iat coainectlon svith  the company's proposed daily 'piano  freight sei'vlce between Detroit and  Buffalo, N.Y.  IVIakeo First Speech  Qan/bi'M*. -llonnld^H I*Jlon, liberal  M.UA. for Vuudivuil, luii.s huuio ha.s  (h'Hl a--p'>ecli in tho leniskiluro in Ww*  Iwenly-Koviui yeaars he bias roproHonI.-  ed Vaaudroaill In Ihe llou.ae. 'lie int-  voctitcil more prncaullonjiry I<'.slt5 of  cuitlie   imiiortcd   Into   (hn   |iroA haco.  \V  n.   r  \i\1-X  London,   with   lis  7.000,011(1   luhabll.-  , ,ij.Id, ha.s a. |,uIJ< <:i <oiti.' uf 20,000 aa������d  ' 0*>0 dHoc| |\������'.������, ou'o of. ulio'iii i.t a  I wainum.  London Worker Has  Terrifying Experience"  Was Swept Into Sewer by Rush of  Water and Carried Many Blocks  London.- .-V woilinaa engaged in  sewer work In Chancery Lane had a  terrifying exporic-noe when a siuUh-n  aaisla <if water SAvept nim inlo tne  sew-or. From Chaiieoiy Lane lie was  sAvii*lod at great spaiod fifty foot  down beneath Fleet. Street nnd ih<*ii  into Luilgiite Circus. whciv> the si'wci-  ent,ei*H the subteraanoan rivei' Flc������*t  aiOAv' in full Hood.  He AV.as passed along several oilier  streets and Anally was shot out Jnio  the aivor Thames, boneal.h Black-  IViai's Bridge. Avhere ha? aviis res"aa������)!a  by river pi>lh:e. Beyond .s������>voro <���������.*������������������  hauhlion ho Avas not sea-lously hint.  First of 3,000 Families for Canada in 1927  Mr, J. Malcolm, Canadian dovorninent Ag'.-nl, fJlasgow, <h-fi), lakJug  ohai'Ko of tlao tli'Ht. family of the year to b������uve Scol land under- ih*������ ;:.0������>o  FaniJHos riolllomeut Schonie. Tho family compi-be.*". Mj*. and Afavi. JVlex. L.  ThonvHoia, and their foui" olalldrmi from New Jiivr, Ab������-i'ih.'Oi),s|iia*o, who pro-  f.<-,������.(!������M| -n "httiadn, nn boatrU \hx' t'nvnuWnw V:\i-ii\r lh������'-v "Mon^-nnlrh,"* to Ij'.kt-  up farming In Urlilnh Coluniblii. 'J'lie)- I ravelled all Iho way for tho jinlu-  hiw  chai'gn  of   JJiai.   wlaoroiiiM,  iIk-   full   fai-f   for Hie  family   Is *X I iii.  Relieves Indigestiott  Very Quickly  Men and '.women all over the  world have been takinp a small.  <������asy to swallow, purely vogeia*  bio pill, nfler meals, to prov mil.  nnd relieve attacks of ftidiBe.s-  tlon and sick headache.  Millions'also a^coaniiiejul thorn  iaa a mild, gentle laxative, moving the bowels free, from pain  nnd leaving a pleasant after feeling.  These Utile, pllhi are a doctor';*  prescription and have been sold  by all drug-  ghda as  CARTER'S   LITTLE  uvtta pills.        Syttiguaui^  Thoy do not jdjBZ^^lMWm  coaat ulaa Mer- 00^ t-TL I M**%.i,i  caary. Calomel  or habll   foraaalng tla'URfl.  Try  them tonlRht and feel re-  li'oidM'd lo morroAv,  AU   druKKiNt*   ri-i:uiiinii cal  CIUIVEK'S UTILE UVltt PltaVS  Mt'O.   avoiiicn   and  children   tal'e  l^<-rai fi" '������ d tally a*������������i"-inli������l<i>l'.  All DmikrIhIs, Uric, and 7:1 e. real  praeltap^u. TUB-.'.'-'CKBSiPCK   KEflSW  1 and Persona!  Bibtjee���������On March l?tb, to Mr. and  Mrs. D. A. fdacDonaSd, a son.  E. O. Gibbs left oa Thursday on a  business trip to Nelson and Okanagan  points. ������  For Sale���������Chevrolet motor, first-  c!a$s condition, price $200. McMurtrie,  Creston.  Fob Sale���������Lot 1. Block 50. Creston,  cheap. Enquire Mrs, Annie Olson,  Ainsworth, B.C.  A. L. Palmer ol the Premier garage  was a visitor with Nelson friends a  few dnys last week.  Piano Fob Sale���������Mason & Risen  piano, fumed oak finish, good as new.  Enquire Review Office.  Hatching Eggs���������For Sale Spangled  Sussex eggs. $1 for setting of 15 eggs.  B. H. Pridham, Ca*eston.  Mrs. Hopwood* of the telephone  central stuff, was a weekend visitor  with Cranbrook friends.  Wanted ���������Young saddle horse,  broken to harness paeferred, about  1000 lbs.    Robt. Stevens, Creston.  ffrm. s<>f,Tc; Qolnuabia  table Grtifon-  ola   in AI running  order, also 22 rec������  ords, $20.    Apply Box 82, Creston.  POTATOES���������rRnr-al Russett potatoes  for sale, for eating or seed, ������150 per  sack.   F. 3. Rlingensmath, Erickson.  Strawbeeb**     Plants ���������  Senator  X>u������lap arad VanSan strawberry plants  at   S6.50   *"*-������*���������   1000.    Men.'ird  "Wa������-ess  Wynndel. ^B.C^  "~  Fob Sas^e���������Hand power stump pnlS-  er, and gang plow_for breaking rough  laad half price.    8J. Moore. Creston.  -MSss Elaae D&vles returned fco Fertile  ' on Monday after a few days9 stay with.  her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Da vies.  Fob Sauk���������-Team of horses, four an d  five year old, sound and broken,  weight about 2300, price $126. John  Garfield, Creston.  Fob Saus���������"VanSan strawberry  plants, ������8 per 1000. Also a limited  number of Mastodon everbearer. John  Garfield,   Caeston.  Stbawberb? Plants���������Van San  and Senator Dun lap, gaaaianleed free  from weevil, amy quantity, $7 per 1000.  Geo. Davie, Canyon.  Wanted��������� Woniati for general  housework on ranch, family of three���������  no chaldi-en. Enquire RevieAv Office,  or write P.O. Box 36. Creston.  A conple of sunny days at the first  of tbe week past the roads in shape feu*  the road grader to commence work  both in the village and counta*y.  back again in B.C , and teaching neap  T8ock Ores"1*. -  The brighter weather that how obtains gtvataj? promise off g*ood ramds it?  the immediate future is helping oat  the gnrage business. During the  week Palmer <& Max well report the  sale of a Chevrolet lardeau sedan to  T."Goodwin, and a Chevrolet; traack to  W, C RodSers. Both &v������ this' newest  in 1927 construction.  Uptown Oreston   had almost a fall  noon, so large was the turnout for the  community aale put on at the JLamnnt  building by John Garfield.    However,  while the crowd  was large  and there  ������.,.,*. an jShtmrtnnng  *jf    St'Vlf? to    SiXCbiOIi  prices offered were in the main disappointing and no more sides will be  held this spring.  Land Fob Sale���������Ten acres,  under  irrigation,   with five acres  clover.    E, Nouguier, Canyon,  .������������������,a,-_J3  BCDUCU  ft  ft  Dgffean Ohuroh Service  Fob Sale:���������Netted Gena raid White  Elephant potatoes, special price on  ton lots. Also some young pigs for  April delivery.    E. Nouguier, Canyon.  Th������ fmsrih of th������ "Lentena series of  Suaiday addresses at Christ Church  will be at 7.30 p.na., 27th, when the  topic is, "Bxcept a man be born ngian."  R. B. Staple's, who got buck on Friday front a two weeks' Okanngan-  C������igary business visit, left agaatk on  M<>riels������v for Kelowaia. for a few ���������ts*vs:  stav.  SI  SUNDAY, MARCH 27  CRSSTON���������7.30 p.na.  BULLS FOR SERVICE  Purebred Jersey Bull/'Rogue'sThelaiia  Lad,** at the Griffin Ranch, Ca-es>tou.  ree *i>.     ������cr. ir\M.%^a.MiiAjr vifc**tou.  xcegisieireo: jersey xsuii, fee 5po, payable at time of service. A. H.  PIGOTT, Duck Caeek.  EFFICIENCY in  It takes years of careful training,  then more years of hard work satisfactorily performed, before the words  "experience*1 and "ability" take on  their full meaning, and I.have qualified on both those points.  Coming strongly endorsed by the  best authorities an Canada���������piano  manufacturers who are positively paa>  ticailar where tbey put their signatures  ais follows:  Heintzman & Co.  Morris & Kara Co.  Gourlay Piano Co.  Dominion Piano Co.  NeAvcombe Piano Co.  Fletcher Bros.  Gerhard   Heinrtzmnn    House,   Vancouver.  Mason & Risch Co., Vancouver.  Prof. J. D. A. Tripp, Vancouver  David Ross, teacher of vocal.  and others of highest authority.  Tlae above fine letters and 17 years  of success an this Held mean the finest  possible resaalts on your piano an  tuning and action regulating, cleaning  and positively properly patched.  Alvin E. Perkins  Knows his business nnd nmketa good.  Will he in Creston within  two or three weeks  Dominion .22  Ammunition  at a  Great Reduction  5000   Dominion   .22  Short  Smokeless Cartridge to  close    at    TWENTY-  FIVE CENTS per box  of 100.  V. MAWSON  Boos Fob Hatching���������S.C, White  Leghorns from 300-egg tested stock,  T. Barron strain. 75 cents per setting  of 15e$*gs. Baby chicks later. Wear-  mouth, Oanyorn."  The Presbyterian Ladies Aid St.  PatrictVtea and sale of cooking and  candy on Thursday afternoon was a  splendid financial success, enjoying a  cash intstke of about ������47.  F-ed Ryekmara of Cranbrook, inciian  constable, has been here for a few  days this week oyerseeing the delivea-y  of a ear of hay to the Indians, who are  short of feed for their stock.  Horses Fob Sax^:���������Twenty h������>ad of  horses suitable for farm or bush work,  also harness and full line logging equipment. Continental Lumber & Pole  Company,  Ltd., Kitcherer, B.C.  The ladies are reminded   of  Mrs.   F.  H. Jackson*s sprang   sale  of  millinery 1  at the store next  the  Imperial  Bank,  today and Saturday.    In the shipment  is a special line of children's hats.  Attendance at the Wednesday  night united Lenten services at the  Parish Hall are on the increase. For  next Wednesday the subject of the  address wall be "Sacrificial Offeiings."  C Twigg was at Wynndel last week  conducting st pruning school and  reports having a paid class of ten. He  stailes that section has now about  thirty atcres in apples, and shipments  in 1925 were close to 6000 boxes.  In   fcht?   village Vic. Mawson as the  first to be driving one of the new 1027  Ford cavs������. On Thursday he took de-  livcry of a runabout, and about April  1st will be calling on his customers  with the Watkins products and other  lines.  Milder weather on the prairie has  started Ihe Albertia hens laying in  gieat ������tyle, and aa local dealers ��������� have  to meet thia competition at points  east Creston egg sellers are now only  getting SO cents a dozen for their hen  pi'oducE.  Creston Val'.ey S Lock breeders' Aswo  ciation have the anntml meeting on  Tuesday afternoon, Maa'ch 20th, at 2  o'clock. T. P. JVlacKeaizie, provincial  commissioner of grazing will be present. Chiiy. Sutcliffo is the retiring  president.  Another turnover in neap-town  rnn..h property was effected at the  end of the woek when E. O. Gibbs  disposed of lals five-ncao place next  tho cemetery ti> a Mr. Eludon of Wy-  cliiTo, who gets posBunslon nt tho end  of the month.  AU orchurdists are invited to attend  a growers" meeting In Trinity Chinch  basement on Tuesday night, 20th, at  S .(Vcloclt,  at   which   tho   new   Fruit  Mauki'Ling Act will be tl la cu used, with  It, B, Staplem giving a talk ou the now  annrkefcing np-golationH,  The amoiWi and Irtdlos* ConHea-vativo  otganiKiitions invito everyone to a  inecticig In the Parish Hall at 8 ������������'claok  Monclmy night. iMiirch 28th, at which  Coli Fred LlHLerv M.P.P., will review  tho avoir (if the 1027 ueuuion of the  leglHliminre. Hefi'P������hnient������ will be provided.  Tlie F, 13, Peiirco plare on Ooat  I Kivor IxittoBiia luisjiiut liecuvpiai-chascd  by John OaiirncM, who Ih planning to  gai heavily inln <������Li-awbi!iiy paodaic  t.irtia, Ma*, Pttiii'fie, who r<'turiaaed to  TCsiwImiul   it bout   tha-aae   yoiars   ������i������i������,   Ih  /tn.*m+  R%S9  !&F&S*EQ������,  New and JFiwer  atPactofytGsSussise.  Sales Tax Extra  HO EXCISE TAX  j*������?J  "r  1������"  it  Cienetr&I aMotoni today announces  trua entirelv new fine of Pontiac  Sixcsj notably enhanced in beauty,  incoarporatiiig-' auraaerous re������*oe-  ���������meats in design, carrying new  low prices���������and constituting the  most electrifyitrtg development in  the Uyw-pncsfd six &e&& as*c& the  now-historic itttvodocdon of the  ���������@giEi������l Po&tiac Sirsi  New FifkerBody  Nev<er before 3a aay lo-w-p*occd  shs. have been. sscMeved aitsch commanding: beaauty and hsmry. The  new bodies by aHshec.aare longer,  lower and superbly executed.  AH New Duco Colors  aaess,  all bod*/ types are finished ia  new combinations of Duco colors.  New Beauty and Style  Fos-das Sss beauty has always h&sa  outstanding. Bat now in these new  and finer .models lias been achieved  not only new bemsev9 but also an  ^srestang sakishaesa���������the rresolt of a  <ieeper radiator; facgec. heavier, and  saorc snve-spaag ceowps leaders a and  -more massive beadlamps. Windshield  rpsQan are narrowed to conform to  She accepted custom-built vogue and  <o provide a wider ������rc of -visibility.  wijiilftw io^stss are sssss-dv arcccsscd  -and finished hi a contrastir. j color.  mecnamcat  Refinements  The new and finer Ponttae Six  introduces anany new features and  refinements in engineering design  ���������such as tUting-beam headlights  with foot control, new^atranaaw  gnissio-a end brake levers, steering  erheel with, aluminum spider, e  posidve in acdon and an oil-sealed  universal joint.  Two New Body Types  Two entirely new body types of  characteristic beauty have beea  added to the Pontiac Six line.  These are a dasbrsg, yorathfal  Sport Roadster and a 4-jpassenger  S������ort *C^brioIet9 to rival ttie vogoe  and smartness of the highest priced  cats of the day. Both are offered as  ���������prices which reflect the economies oS  General Motors* tremendous purchas-  0 * * ������ r������  From the hour of its introdocdes, tfie  ap^atiac ��������� Six kindled ������ntfausEasas aH  over the land. jDevelooed on the great  General Motors Peovmg Gfeund, is  introduced elements of tsatamlrsa, performance, economy snd comforS  unheard of at the price.  Now there is a new and finer Pondac  Six���������a triumph reflecting all the  experience, skiSI and tremeradotts  resoiireeg of General raoacon!  aa^osacinl See this history-making carl  GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCTS OF CANADA. LIMITED  Pontiac Dlglalon   Subsidiary of General Motors of Canada, limited     OSSAWA, ONTARIO  AT NEW IOW FHSCES  aSedaa^985      Sport Roadster #965        SportCabrioiet (4-pass.) ^1045  Coupe ^963      Landau Sedan #1125       DeLusce Landau Sedan #1220  AH Prices at Fadory,Oshaw<p���������Salts To^ JBrar*r������--No Excise TbSe FF.1SSO  i muGh-Lower  Parents of school children should avail themselves  of the saving presented by our special prices on  Shoes displayed at our store.  BOYS* SHOES, sizes 1 to 51, at  $3.45  2.45  Dry Goods  Groceries  Fuifiiiiiilii  Hsntetrc  mm  4

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