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Creston Review Apr 15, 1927

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 BaawBsaaBBBBOi  _^.ms3Sr*c>-"    i- --^-5_'r,.i_*S_i_rV X"^-t ���������' 5������_?V^" 4  ��������� ���������1*^_ga[a_apj-a---!aaag-". ���������������*.���������  -o ��������� "  r   u   i  1     !i     ������*  i n n.  ?"W!_i W^^^t^s^jr %wkT  ^  v ^ m r w-n. _  ii. v i n. ww  VOL.   JsJLA.  CRESTON, B.C./FRIDAY, APBIL 15, wm  Ivf/.   ������i  Gardening is well under way at  Sirdar. which would indicate that this  district is at leasta week earlier than  other points in ibe Valley.  Alice Siding'sclaim to have had the  first. Easter blll������es~ip!cked OHa April  __������������������-���������Is abuuaiL,j_ wu wseis old. . A������ Sirdar  these flowers have been gathered for  almost the past four weeks. Daffodils  were in full bloom In the -section  house gai-den on the ?th.  Mrs. Ma or/son, who as at Xtssfeanook,  and Mrs, Loasby were Creston callers  on Friday last.  Jeffrey Foster* night operator at  Sis-das', was at Creston last Saturdays  attending the wedding bis sister to  to Mr. Millar of Kitchener, which  took place-at Christ Church.  RevS.Newby was a motor Visitor  here on Saturday last and announces  that be will have   Easter service at  o-aTueir oaa   Sunday swenacBB at 2130  o'clock.  Geo. Sawyer of Creston has dented  theOeo-Janset. place at Kuskanook,  and has already taken possession of  the ranch.  Mr. sad Mrs. C. O. and M?. and Mrs.  F. O. liodj-gers of Creston were motor  visitors at Kuskanook on Sunday  where they were guests of Mr. and  antiMrs. Oeo. Mawson.  express her appreciation to tbe trustees for allowing the use of the school*  house. Tbe school is well attended,  some Sunday's seeing: a turnout of 35.  Cultivation and other spring work  are in full swing this week, and at  the Parkin ranch Bill Vsness has tbe  contract to stump and break an acre  to be set out to berpMys.  CGKjrG_3AxiCK uP TK3.  Village of Creston  *Yr4_w_->v-i&_w_, 4 __-���������_������  to  The first tourist autoist eastbound  passed   through   .Ise  ioute from Vancouver  Alberta.  Mrs. Goodman and Miss I*ily Wilson  of Crasabrook arrived on Sunday.  The former-is a guest of her daughter,  Mrs B. C. Proctor, while Mis* Wilson  is a guest of her parents, Mr-' and Mrs.  Jas. Wilson, at the Grey Royal grass-  i&e quarry*  Sirdar -is a hive of industry this  month with no' less than five extra  gangs with boarding cars at this, point.  The latest crew lo come in is a paint  vtrisw th_.������ will make S.?dar'���������oo-.'S.-.e a  brand new terminal by the time they  have completed their labors.  The roads im ibis section are getting  a very thorough over hauling -With  tractor and grader this^week, with tbe  veteran W. A. Pease handli^ the  motive power. Travelling " Is* very  much improved.  Mrs. John Miller was hostess to the  afternoon Bible Study Class on "Thursday afte_*n<M>ns with Miss Moivan in  charge, and Miss. @eorg������*- leading the  musical features, and the usual social  hour that was very fully appreciated.  The Rose ranch made a notable  addition to its dairy herd on Friday  last when delivery was taken of three  purebred Ayrshires,   which   came in  from the West* -  The Social Club hard times masquer  sdeon Friday night was a great success in every way. attracting an  attendance of at least twenty-five  couples. The judging was done by  Mrs. Kelly, Victor Carr and Jack  Smith, -who placed tbe awards as  follows: Hardest dressed gent. Hec-  Stewart? lady. Miss Vera Bhs'ies*  Hardest comics Jennie and Bob Mar  shall-   Theae was a fine supper sad  AM  &S.XI  owners, _������geri*-? ������? owners, and  tenants of property withiu the  boundaries of   the  Village  of  Oreston aro hereby notified that  tbe commissioners decided to put  teams on tbe rounds tbe follow! eg day  to haul off. free of charge, all refuse  <except ashes) that nroperfcy owners  wish .removed���������provided the refuse is  placed in boxes or cans and set nut  handy to the street or lane.  Spring repair work on the roads*  particularly, -was undertaken last  month and in consequence tho March  payroll and other bills totaled $523,  all   of   which   -were scrutinised   ard  16ffimmgagm*EQB  Edmonton, ] **ne run was ^ept up taai a a.m.  has been proclaimed Clean Up Day  on which  date  tall yards and  premises must do  put in clean  and sanitary condition.  All refuse (except -ashes) placed in  cans, boxes, or other resoeptacle,  and  set  ont handy to street or-  lane will he taken away free of  charge by Village teams the toll  owing da^-���������2i������tii';  "������? ������������������������<���������"*������  '.'__. Jaftlsssson ws3 '������������������*_��������� bssfssess vle;t-os* at  Orsssfcrossk at this end off th������ v?ct*ls.  getting hack on Friday.  Martin Byrne off Creston was here  on business on Friday, coming in from  Cranbrook, and leaving for home Saturday.  Mrs. E. Draff.! was a visitor with  here sister, Mrs. Young, at Creston on  Friday and Saturday.  The Tourist restaurant opened for  business on Sunday.  C. Neligh and E. West of the ������<ead-  ville   mine     motored   to     JLewiston,  Wynndel Co-Operative Fruit Growers Association baa fust takes delivery  of a ear load ot fertilizer, which is Im*.  Ing distributed to tbe ranchers here.  R. Uri and fa rally are just home  from Arrow??;P*a*_ti -where ? they have  bees TioitiBK foi-rsotoie -weeks, and he  has made a start, on spring work on  thats ranch. '��������������� ?f-  } She Una. sneetlog of tba E.!.?!, Slub  for this rseason was held on Wesides-  day las*.* The order of "the evening  was wbist melee and dancing. The  whist winners were Miss H-eat. 'Witts-  man and S. Hin������z_ieir.i.  Andrew Backman was a ausin^s  visitor at Wyaddel on Tha_^a.y atvd  Friday last.  Mars. Victor Johnson returned frexn  Nelson on Friday.  Alex. Cameron, who has spent the  wlsstsr' 8>t *Oclssi^i5, AlfesaptSi  on Friday to take charge of  for the next few months.  *#  tberasich  __.*Laa._ia<u'4  W. O. TAYLOR, Clerk  Oreston, April 12,1927.  r+mmt\Xz*gm  and  . . smmtrmmf^  _. as  o******&<apa.*h?mjs, ;  Village Conricll  Guy Browell was renewing acquaintances here for a few days last week en  route to l_etbbridge, Alberta, where  b^jwill'be Icic.i^edfos'. tbe-presest.   -f  W.  Cook,  who is  power developssaent'  ington, is home for  week.  working  on the  jeet at Bonn-  few days this  Mile������ mSMinsf  Mrs, Webster and ber father, Mr.  Bailey, who have been holidaying at  at Vancouver  for  tbe  past  month,  arrived home on Monday,  Fred Taylor, who has been working  in the Cranbrook section alt winter, is  home for a visit with his family at  present.  Alice Siding was invaded  Creston youny   people   in  Receiving * Women's Inatitute-  Boaid of Trade delegation and discussing with them the Confederation  J ubilee celebration em J uly 1st, and  and  the    reading    of  &'f voluminouE:  Andy   "Wickholm  Myrtle, of Canyon,  were  itors here on Sunday.  Mi. and   Mrs.  JLamptree.  rooms at the Russell House,  daughter,  motor  visi-  wbo had  have just  *.>���������������    HKHHWl'  3HB  by many  quest  of  ������M.   The community Sunday school is  now meeting every Sunday afternoon  in the Alice Siding schoolhouae, and  Mrs.   Martin,   supervisory   wlrshoB  to  CHRIST CHURCH  ifilHaui P UEu .  Good Friday and  Easter Services  Good Friday���������April IS  10 a.m.���������Ohlldron'a Service.  11 ji.m.���������aMatins,   Ante-Communion,  Sermon.  0 ptm.~-Evening Prayer.  8 p.m.���������United  Service   In   Parish  Hall,  ByV ._,-.Ms...-  .  .-.   ...������ ���������- ��������� ��������� Jfla ^m__j_____* _V      __a____T  tbaturaay, j%ptil la  .  7.U0 p.m.���������Hvonina Prayi-r and Ad  dress* "My Sursum Cordaru'  Easter Day���������April 17  8 a, iaa.���������Bloly Communion.  10.16 B.m.���������-UhiUlivai>a Service (gifts  11 a.ar*a.~Morira1a*g Prayer, Sornaon,  Holy Coinnnitalton.  7,tW t&ns.-���������Bvcnlng Prayer. Sermon,  Te Donro.  Miss J_3ster Staples left at tne middle  of tbe week for Red Iteer* Alberta,  where she will make a few weeks1 visit  with relatives and friends.  Mrs. Barnhardt of Glenlilly and  Mrs, Anderson of Goatfell are visitors  here this week, with Mr. and Mrs.  Knott,  W. Bidd arrived hoaas al the end ?.f;  the week from the Lacombe. Alberta,  district, where he has  been in charge  of a sawmill for the past few months.  Stanley Watson of Creston waa hero  a couple of days this week making  delivery of nursery stock purchased  last fall-.   The quantity left here was  !���������������������.������(���������>������������ Jlgjsg;  "wf-SliSs!   b������*   *5__",>S2't2S_ KHdCST  present conditions.  The movie show and dance at tbe  community ball on Saturday night  attracted a large turnout, the children  being there in full force. Two comics  and a feature film, "The Beggar Maid*  were shown, rod the Miss Muriel  Knott���������Mawson - Davie���������Kolthammer  quartette furnished music for tbe film,  as well as the dance, which ended  before midnight.  Canyon bahubnll club has been organized for the 1027season with Clifford  Vance as manager; $. Kaygaard, captain, and Jock Moltobb, Jr., secretary  of the club. The Fleming field will be  used again this year, and as busy a  season as 1LHSB Is looked for.  There was a large turnout here on  FrEday night for the ccicstSng culled  by Alf. Nelson, at which he submitted  a marketing plan to take enro of selling  the fruit as well as other farm products through a chain of retail stores  that he assures Is amply financed.  Col. Fred Untcr, M.P.P. had boon  invited to attend, and spoke briefly on  the new marketing legislation.  correspondence im electric-light mat - V^^R themw on  their Iota in towd  ters. which were  from sundry firms * "  and gentlemen wishing to install, in  whole or in part, the town's pTant. as  well as opeE-ate same* took- np most of  the time of the Aprii meeting of the  village commissioners Monday night*  wi th Chairman McCreath in charge.  The July 1st celebration committee  was made up of Mrs. Stevens, Mrs.  Mi.rrell and Mrs. Staples frona the  Institute, and Messrs, Mallsndaine, C  F. Hayes and A. Lu Palmer ftrosa the  board of trade. Mrs. Stevens and  Major Mallandaine spoke in some detail of the pff-oposed obsei-Vutacaa- of the  diamond jaabiBee of confederation and  asked that a substantial grant be made  to help finance the undertaking which  would bring in a forge influx of visitors from Sirdar to Kitchener. Very  serious consideration was promised  the request.  CO. ilodcers wrote the council  asking .hat tbe agsteement between  the village and himself for the electric light supply be signed at the  earliest possible date, no that he could  go. ahead with ordering the needed  equipment. Thn agreement ia now  being prepared and will be ready for  execution very shortly.  Wednesday,   Apri. 20bb,   was  pro  clitimed clean   up  day and   this year  Miss .Mary Haptonstall  of Creston  was another weekend visitor here.  Jisn So_iia made  a burliness trip to  Fernie on Friday.  Continental VX-una ber & Pole  Company   are   busy   pulling   down   their  the miii.fand  are  shacks near the river at  Authoritative announcemont haa  just been made from Victoria that a  bounty of 15 oents a bird will be paid  up till June first on crows and crtiig-  pt������*>. Proof of destruction must bo  made with   tho  provincial' police by  ,������.. ��������� ^���������������4.������-h ���������  ...   ������,������...,   ... ���������  **    ...    ,���������������,.*. f.      .,?,..... fi- .  atk^MW<W.l|| ������������ *w|^  uuu  u. ������ k^.Ob     VWlui^.        4,tm  1020ulmoMt JfllfSO wer^ paid  out here  tnodtly on crow bonnfcy���������and to the  and  and  ���������Euiiiv  This is giving temporary employment  to a small ci-e-w of men.  E. B. McFarlane and C Foisy made  a business trip to Creston on Monday.  Bobt. Buroa of Oanyote was a between  trains business caller on Saturday.  A. 6. Strudwicke, president of Lead-  vEHc Mining Company, was down faom  the works on Friday*  Mleases Clara Hunt and Mildren An-  deen, who are attending high school  in Oreston, spent the weekend at their  home here,  Mr. and Mrs. A. Mr-ptonstali of Fort-  bill motored to Kitchener on Sunday  on a business, call. Miss Hophina An-  droso-ff was another weekend visitor  from Oreston, at guest of Miss Polly  Andro&ofK.  George Wickholm oat Canyon was a  weekend guest of Master HI-hard  Molander.-  El wood Merritt left for Vancouver  on Monday.  Rev. Mr, Jan sow of Nelson was here  on Monday.  Omcr Geroux spent the weekend on  a. business visit at Creston, getting  brack on Monday. Angus Cameron  a������d Bay McKelvev of Creston motored In on Monday on a businers cull.  Mr, and Mrs. Victor Millar of Yabx  havo taken up residence at the Sash Sc  Door mill, arriving on Stataiyday,  Haarry Spence, rnnnag-nr off the Sash  Sc Door Company, Limited, spent the  weekend with his family at Cranbrook. ,  Miss A. Hooke of Spokane is spending her Eaat**r vacation with her  grandparent, Mr. asd Mrs. J. J. Grad-y������  Miss M. Ciawfc-pd of Creston was  a visitor here last week, the guest of  Mrs. Foxali.  Rev. Mr. Janzow of Kelson was  here on Friday, taking Iiutheran ser*-  vice here on Friday. Bev. S. Newby  of Creston was another clerical caller  th������ same da**. ISev. iJ* Herdman ^silS  be heie for United Church servscoat-  3 p.m.. 17tb,  Mr. Huttne has jubt about comp_-_:_e_������  his poultry house, and is expecting hie=  starton SGObaby chicks to arrive any  day now.  Repair work is  beinsr done at- 'the?  Winlaw sa wnssll, which -wfpuSd iadieati?^  an early start at sawing, and with the,  bigcutbf Ipgs this winter the plants  will have a longer ansh than neaal.  Wynndel strawberries are showing:  good growth, ssd in some of the?f.e_ds-  the mulching Is already removed.  A.' Andestad and O. Ofner returned  home on Sunday from Harrop, where  they have been trapping all winter*  They report a successful season.  A general meeting of the tennis club  was   held  on   Monday.   Everyone is  looking forward to an active season at  this sport.  The youths who broke into Mr.  Hind ley*s house two weeks a; go were  up for trial at OareBton on Mirjday,  when they were each fined 91 and  costs and given a very timely talk on  law observance by Magistrate Mallandaine.  The well known Riondel Jazx Roys''  orchestra will play for the dance in  the- old schoolhouse on Saturday  night. 16th. The baseball club is stag-  lug the affair. Gents 76c., ladles I50o.,  which includes "supper.  Candy  St aStephara's Tennis Cluh giro  having a Tea, with Sal������ of  Cooking    and    Candy   ut  MRS. HENDEKSONfe, on  al jj nPi Ii _4������j  L?J?s+mi*mun.f+    C������J_m.mP   BPtfmwmV  Bridge Whist  fgmmurm i  Imdtahs largely.  0.00 to fiJ.SIO p.m.  Everybody Welcommi  Miss Hobdon, principal of the Hub  croft school, has Issued the following  report of the pupils' standing for  March. Proficiency: Grade 1���������Rupert Bohmer, Vergene Bobmer. Orado  2���������Tknrnnfl Tedford, Alex. l>������������m<5hiiile.  Orade M���������Margaret Huscrof t. Wnddy  HuBcroft. G-radoa 4���������Marjorio Tedford,  Arthur Hurry. Orade 6���������Minnie  Huscroft. Clyde Huscroft. Orade 7���������  JDiolly Tedford, Arthur Demchuk������.  Grade "8���������Penrl Unaeroft. " Perfect  attendance��������� Baa pert Bohmer, Vcr-  gon*   Bobrraoiv   Alexander Denachuk,  garttt Hutjsroffc, Mlnnlo llusa^roft, Pa������r^  al Mnncroft,   Wanldy Huscroft,  Oolly  Tedford, Marjorio Todfor  An evening of Bridge Whist  and   Dancing    under   the  auspices   of   the  Women's  Conservative Club  will be  held in the  Parish Hail, Creston  A___ I  Pill  Cards at EIGHT p.m. Sharp.  jRafa#ic for mt^ance   in charge  exf MMritm _f.**isi,*t8������  All Consorvaftivaos are Invited.  A good time assured. V
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|-who Hotels lite Ficntdiffiboljjlit recordj
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| August,   has  sailed   lor laid ia.   with   i> j
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; aver Mount Kverosi. -   ' '        !
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! misaioai   of the T.ritish-Indian  author-;
\ ittes to start    from    land    in    British?
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= the ?BriLish    aaa.*    stations    has    boon j
; promised.    l.lo wilt    ti'.lse     tho    plane j
i out witli   him    hy    sou   and   fly    from���;
'Bombay to Si mitt. I'roio?\vhw lie "will1
; atteaaapt  the. Uiglil   over   ihe   world's
i biggest  aaaoamlain, which aowers 2H,oa>-
j feet over flit* Indian plain.
!       M.   <.*aUizo    is   Inking"   with   him    a
j phoioerapher   ciiul   will   make   a   spe-
| vial   ���*-��� iTol"I.   to   obtain    iiltoiouraphs   of
Li tie   unexplored   top   ot   the   mountain
���  which   wail   servo   as   a   ^uido   for  anv
future a;tempt like the? UsHi-oe  cxpi.nli-
a a oaa  to  re:teii  iho ,sunnt.iis,  on   foot. . tie-
expects   ie>   lii-vkc   tin;!   t��ii;ht.   almUt   alio
��� 'aid   ot ^l.;*\   ������* -Iho Ui'iii'.auiiii; ��a!   Jnivt-*.
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New to Czecho-Slovokians j
Popcorn papped over flowing-\yootl- |
coals d^iachippf' wi|Uyhi(^edfb\attea*?a*nil I
soa-Y'edyllapc. ?|o asl|si|i.sl'.0(ii CKe^Ii^-SU^j
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j�� :���. this     cpiuitry.; ,    TJn.'    poppinj-f.--.is-j..-
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.\anoi-iean    cota-iiian-idial    a. laclio.    -\vli(H
also   iaa.trodu<*��>d   ;at.   th(>   tail*   oxliibi?s i '
of  numoroaas    othm-    taovol     prodtacMs
anions avltida"Jajro lis) oai a j-oldia.ijff haul?
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liny   nvo      and   ono-hali'   laorso-paaAviM* j
���'motor wii��yh a I'-hald can carry. !e J
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-  Mr. W. B. Towner, New York, -vrrif.es:    "Never have I-felt better
in   my ]lfe  tlaan  siaiqe  Uldaig  CARTEIl'S   LITTLE LIVER ?PIIJL,!S,.
r fiild fliey keep my bowels active; headaches and indigestion never"
bother mo aiow.    I enjoy my sleep and Ret up reCreshsd^fxeady for
a bard day's -work.'V
Millions all over the "world have found this doctor's prescription
a relief for every day ailments."'.CARTER'S LITTLE LIVEIi PILLS,
the purely vegetable! laxative, Are small, easy to sw*a.llp*w and tnpye
the bowels iaa a geaitlc inaanier free froan pain. They are not hapit^
rormiaag aaad do Hot eoBlaiti Calomel, -Mercury'oi* poisonous drugs.
CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS in red packages, 25c. and 75c.
Try them  io-atight���To-mori'ow refreshed -All da-aaggists.
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Corn .Ka,inaa\ or takes
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Received Special Training
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Illicit  stills  have  l>i.-i->a t"ii)I;��;  ruit.ua i'
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Come to Canada
Atiumjj*  itn.;j*.iKi-��n!s laualiug :>l
fax. rciC'ii i \y- were- il
had been traitianl on a model faa*m iaa
the   Ua-itisla   Lsh-s   to  prcpaio   iliem   1'oj
aicriculiural lit'i' in Canada. !
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Golden Text: He ol" Rood cheer; at is
be not afraid.��� Matthew 14.27.
Lesson:  Matthew 1-1.22-33.
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Iaa tlie last four years, lnbtor vehicles io operation 'in'"this 'eouiitry"increased "-S5  per  ceiii?
A   man   seldom   walks   ei*ect   Avhen
straightened  by   circ'a_aaistan'ees.''
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The bill
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du'.-eti in al'.e llon^-.'
redtia.-e i i:��.- i^J.-saiM' t
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ii.-   o'!   Ciinsuliau
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ass  ao   oue.   cent.
A   IlriTislt   proposial   to   evtend
Hniitaaicm  m  trainfal r��->t-r\. e< was re-
���jeeied as initn-aetieabb.' by the deb1
Kafirs 'of Will nee. Jaja;tn ae.d Ib'l.sinn
sti   Kin*   prt'r.ai-iuory   eomani^-sion   -'or  -
. disitr-manieists    coiai'erenee.
Ati'iibishot*  l-'maard   foa* thr
>'ea*'s liead  of    the     Roman
ilio��-ese ol   t'lLtawa.  is dvatl.
prolate  siu.-euinbcd   i:*j a  ^ev-
,aiaal   di:~ortb:.'J-   -which   h*.-   11at
i'or u arena, lime.
Tiie Spring' is a lian^i of anxiety to
mo'.hors who have Iii lie ones in the
home. Conditions xnaKo i' iaeeos,sar>
to koe|i a In- baby indoors, l.lo is often
conlined lo overbcatod. badly vonti
lated rooms and catches colds which
rack his whole system. To jiuard
ayauisj    this   a    ho's    of    Uiiby's    Owaa
.Tablets should be kepi, iii ihe lions,
and an occasional dose S'iven ahe baby
lo keep his stoiuaeh and bowels worlc-
iny: ro^-ukirly. This will .prevent toUls.
consiiji.viion or colic and keep baby
well.     Tbe  Tablets  are  sold  by medi-
��� cine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a
box from The Dr. "Will tanas" Modi date
Co..  Crockville. Om.
Exp!ar*at!orss and Commsnts
1.    Peter Sees the  Power of Jesus,
verses 22-27.���After    the    feeding    of
,      ,        .  ,, ,   '. .        ! Ihe ITve Thousand tlie disciples svm-
Ksu'h   ol   ilae   men   bad   been   juaveia; palhlzed Avhh tho��� do-slro oj- the multi-
tw<> poaaaids  aaa  see   i hem  ibrough  the; tud'e   to  anake  Jesus King,  and -were
lirsi.   low   days   hi 'the   Dominion.     It \ loth   to  leave  the   spot-until'lie  coaa-
was  ali^covcred      however,     lhat     Uic i strained   them.   H.;   bade   them   enter
���    ,     , ,,w���.������.^   l...  I uu*  *>��at and  cross  to the  other side
neweomers had. .speaa.-. tne moiiex ��>';] Gf the Sea of Galilee while he remain-
lore e.mliarking and thoy were held j ed behind to disperse tlie caowd. When
by oaniiijrafion autliorities. The dilU-jthe crowd haal departed, Jesus went
culty was solved when the British I "P t"<? mountain to pray. John tells
("ova^ riiiUf-rii.       eabh'd     iho     aiecessary
\V0lfl8iiS' d8Si Fri*6!-d
__{|.  9��� -Cttlw-n-vr-tCB-rl
C     AlVllVa V VU
Thousands of Canadian
Women Sufferers
ais   that   Jesus,   perceiving-   that   they
wore about'to come and take him by
unds   ao   make   up   ahe   shortage.    In | force io make     him    kins.    wiahdreW
be giveaa to ;he   again into the mountain himself alone
,   liUU|. (John G.12.)
I'utaire  tin
money win
s   whoaa   the
Could Not Sleep
m/a'-.-.""- __������_��.'
pa-5   live
Th��' npeo
���1>-    til I Or-
Winnipeg Newspaper Union
? a Mr.
A Household Medicine.:---They.- thai'-
are aeapiaimeil \\.it], tlar- sr.<'i-ljng pro- '.
periies op J ��r. Tiiomas" 'Keh.'ctrie ��>fi.
iai the treatanoau. ay many .-tiimenrs ;
would not bt' witiaoiat. it in the liouse. ;
11. is truly a household medicine and:
as Jl is olTc.c!.in- in denlin.tr wit ii aiiaiaj ���
oa-diaaary coruplaints it. is an-iaiexpeai-;
save ruediciiae. So. keep it aa haaio.j
as Ihe c-all I'or il may come mosi un- '
A   field aiaa   lias been knosvta to hold
in   its  jaws     a     wniyhi.     o,000    a antes
lia-avla-'t'  I hate   iasell'.
Minard's  Liniment sootties  tired  feet.
tsnakes   avo   bins   raised    I'or   coin
merclnl  purposes,  in     hn*.-;e    eoiacref<"
pits, by  ta  1-os Aityt.des man.
Women,   Here   are   Facts!
Gpo. Meek, Windsor, Ont.���
-' 'I Ruffercd>.7ith niy heart and
nerves and could not sleep at night for
noises in my head. I managed to
keep at .my work somehow, until I
began to have dizzy spells avhieh got
so bad 1. could not go to my work. I
was, afraid to go out Juiy place, for
very often Twould stagger on my feet,
and ������; every thing in front of me would
turn bla4:k and fade away. While I S
was home asick a friend told uae to take  f
I got four boxes j
and by the time T !
had u>ed them the I
paiiaa iibd noises in !
any     head     ceased   a
'���Jesus wits not always goiais about
doinf? good. He could not; no maui
can. There coanes a^ time "\vlaeaa (lie do-
in�� is worthless ami fruitless. No,
Jestas was ofteai a*vvay getting power,
getting virt.ua> and tliaa valor', which
enabled Him. ailci snspii-etl Hiiaa to do
good. Sometimes ho sent the mulli-
taade.s away. sometiiLies ho went away
from the multitudes, lie weait, of
course, in order to rotutn. Uui, he
went,   tbaty is f.hoipoint;������ vile loft   the
oaskaic'iewan     womaii     ��avises     An
Kidney    Sufferers   to    Use     Dodd's
Kidney   Pi!ls7
Ilenriboiaa'g, Saslc. (Special) ��� "1
must say that the use of Dpald's Kidney Fills have done me much good.'
writes Mrs. T.-S. Hooves, who lives at
this place. "I also got soane Dodd's
Kidney Pills and sent to a. sister-in-
law-oi mine who was unable to ge��
them. She also found a great relief
after having suffered with backache
for a long time."
It is statements like this that hav��*
built   up   and   maintained   ihe   aejiua
tion  Dodd's  Kidney   Fills   hold  today,
as the"old Canadian-kidney remedy.
Dodd's Kidney Pills have become, a
family  remedy  all over the  Province,,
because   people   bare   tried  them   and
fouaad   fheaxi   good.     They   are   purely
aatd  simply a Kidney   remedy.    They
plain that iai the mountain the drained j nelp    Eheumatism,    Lumbago,    l.ame
'Back,    Heart    Disease    ami    urinary
troubles because-' all    of?    these" ai**?'
either  kidney disease,  or are; caused
by the kidneys    falling    to    do    their
Obtained from all druggists, or The
Dodd's  Medicine  Co.,  Ltd.. Toronto.
and I. was able to
get a good night's
rest. Althoaigh that
was six years ago
I  have  never been
troubled with, that complaint again."
Price  50c.  a  box  at  all   dealers,   or
mailed  dii-ee't   oa  receipt,  of   price   by
Tlie T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto
|      A  train .of. thought   should- not ..be
i allowed to a*ian wild.
'hat Miss Herd is much <ihlei- than;
powers might be renewed and re-
chargeal for use iu refreshing the plain
again.!'���Alexander   McGafliu.
: *T watch ihe Master lake His way
Fair uj> the inoaant, at break of day,
'Mid  nature's  quiefude to i��i*ny;
And as X seem  to see 1 Jim there
I hear, with, ail my load.of care,
'Iia;  calls    I bee    to   the"" moatait   of
���John, R. Cleawertls.
And  when  even was  come, He was
'���Wheal God speaks he likes no other
voice   to  break   the   s'tillaaess  but   liis
own, hence the place that: has always
been gi-vtm to solitude  iai all   true re-'
ligiotis  life.     It can be  ovea*doaie, but
I it   caai be     grossly    nnderclone.     And,
there is no lesson more worth insist- j very severe conditions. It is no
ling on an days like ours than this: .untried,- experimental preparation,
���"when Cod  wants' to  speak  to  it man! but one   with  many  years   of   stroiag
lie  wants that man to be  alone.'' ���i service  behind ai.    Buy at froan  yotu-
Makes, Breathing Easy, %)ie-, oon-
structioai of the air passages.,and ilie
struggle for breath, too familiar eri
dene, of asthmalic 1 rouble, cannot
daunt, Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthnui
Remedy. This is ,.the famous remedy
which is known Iai* andfwide for its
complete    effectiveness    even    unoei-
"Wlial   makes you thank so'.'"
"Well,  1   asked  hoi* ir she had  read
"Aesop's   Fables,"   and   she   said   she
read thorn when they first, came out."
Henry Drtaiaianoiul.
nearest dealer.
For distemper
Mina��*d's  Liniment.
The Increasing U.S. PopisSatioi.
I 'Wheat o man is unable to choose
j between two evils he tjsually hunts
I aap  a  third.   .
Loud speak < a*
Murder!    Polio-
Kaaiio     l-'an
'���IV.ilig!   Crash!   Help:
!  PamrV'
- " llaaoray!     I've
A   Smart   Daytime   Dress
(.baamiingly sianple    is    alio    smart. \.
alross showir hea-e   aaad   a   stylo  easily'!
fashioned by (lie home anoillsle. Tltore!
is an Inverted plall nt. eaelt side of Ilae',
front,   p.'taaol   and   l.he   back' is  in   ojae i
plffo,     The   Iota;*,   rolling   collar   tand
v<<si<-��o of cent r.'isiitig jaasalerittl  give a ;
h'iikIIhIi  waist-��''��aa  elTecl   and   Ihe Umg i
alarl-Ufled   sleevi-H   lire   finished   with i
shaped   cull's.   A   holt   fastens   at.   the'
sit lo seams and  lies  in at  chic bow ��< -
the bjK'k.    No.   107.1  is in  kIwh !i��, 4��M
���PJ, -II. -Hi Jind  -.IS inches bai-sl. Si/.e -10 ���
i-o(|nli-os   :'.',y   .\aircls   uU-iaic'n   nialerhii.,
When You Tint
Jf!l,\  l.llll     Slll��ll����
Mrs. Walter Coles
VS'i>i��tlstiii*U, <'>nl.---"l have* liceia urotni-
)y Wcinoili'ii bv liil.iin.-; Dr. I'iercii's
|-;.vi��rilc l^escripl inaa unti do not laaiNi-
t:��ia�� in n'i<niiini'iad il as a. AV��uu:iai"s toaiir
iiinl in'i'virae. I wtis all rurnlowii, weak
sun I tai'rv��Mis haal u a Iranny, woru-oiat".
I'iJiii;;. i lm��k the ' �� Verac* ijit ion' anit
foiitnl il w-ry helpful. Il built me up ita.
iirt'ilih and Kii'<<'iif>;ili ami amnio me foci -co
���.'.ell lhat | would take it a|*;ain if I tv_T��
ever in vwl <��f a Ionic mill nerve uieili-
ciiw*. for I wri" \'��'i'y W'-ll H'ltinlieal wild
I b��' ��va\- il lu'lpcd* i��i��'." -Mih, Waller
I ?i.l' :���-, ."i"  I lui'ola St .
���Ml ��lniji|'int -i   T;il��l��'t.% or li(|nift.
-^i'ikI HI eeiils. to Ua*, Fierce'h l.jilaorta-
l-.r'v, Uridi;��-|,s'r|.;, Ont., if you wiaSi a trial
p!i'-l n|r,r oi iaj/i(!if,
or   y-i.   > avds  a-l-hacli,   ami   ��.:.  > aril  lUi, USG    IVCSll    -L/jCS*
or  :i����-lnr.h   coniriaslina'   niulerlal   (ami'. When tii.tint�� cltaiiaty underwear, tailk
<to.-m, i,., ).     IVh-u   20   cenifi   II:-   I>-i�� ��tockiuf.s, ��r ��uv fine fubrici* use triu
i*'1'"'            , ,        rL    ,     ,,,    ,               ,' dyes.    Tluit'fa  tlie  only way "you  can
our   Fit-Shi on   Itook,   lllatstralfn?*;   Ilia", ��ct (|l(S naanc heaaalijiul, soft shatU* ma-
aaa���wor-.f and mo*l  pracilcal  slylos. will; terjai^ ]ulve \��|,eaa aicw.
bo  of   Iniea-oHl   to every   honm  dross- \[nt. some pieces tonight, with  real
iuak.-i-,      Fi-lce   ol*   the   iioaak    10   ooiaif-.^ Oiiiiimnd   dvc���youMl   see   the   daffer-
the  copy. caace!     No one  will dream they were
  tinted ut home. And you can do  real
Il��,��� T�� rWJIn,- Pnff^i.^              ' <l.veiaiK with just aa perfect results, if
How Io* Urnlcr rattcms v^, ^.-,-,1 just Xlsc luc truc Diaiuomi
Addref.n-   Winnipeg NowBpnpor Cnlon. i C>F,RIEEs \vliy not teak your  clrujrRlst
17&  McDoraaaoi   Avo..   Wlrnaiiieg,        j tfor   Oie   verv   useful    Diamond   Dye
| Cveh��iveilla? Valuable BUKKeBtlons, easy
r-aitlxau   No Size ! iUrectlons, and piece-Roodrt sample col-
! orx.    Or write for free copy of  Color
I Craft, a l��itf  illustrated book seiat pout-
 ; naid���acldaTean.     DIAMOND      DYES,
j J)rpt, Nil, Wind��or, Ontario.
t\U IOO        mmmwm*s**#tmr*   i^***��i��#t��***   �����.!���������#     | mjjLm jS* IS tti^ II W M^lJ^^i M^Jl_L   lJms^\   r      B-H-l _S_C^Tl__3_^
, T,,wu    - Afeke it NEW for 15 <-*���/
Population Increases About 13,000,000
in Seven Year Period
Oit .Inly 1 aa ex I. it Is the estimate
Rot. o)- <1)e (.|,nRUS bureau that; the population of the United States will be
11S,C2S,000. This will repr.fseaaf an
increase over the .1020 eoaasiaK l-eturns
of a Irille sliorL of ]"J,000,000. Next
July I will bo Jnsl. t.laa'oe-fiaaaia*tei'.s of
the eurreait decad<', unci if the same
ration of inoroast.' be -assumed for ahe
hist quarter, l.he census of .11)30
should regis!or a population of I2;��.-
GOO.000 with :tn ina-a-faso .sinc<, 1li20 of
.17,1'r-0,000. I will be greater by '!,-
500,000 than tbe gain in po|.iuhillon
between '1010 and .11120 Iia face of a cac ���
eliniii*,'- bli'lhraln and tho Mharp cur-
tiallanoail. of Jmnaagratlon, As sin oJTho.-
to these two factors is Ihe decline rial
anorlatiiy   statisiacs.
Causes gassy pains that crowd
the heart and put you in misery.
Get relief and comfort from
Chamberlain's Tablets
Never Fail���25c everywhere
Bf!st Seller in China
The Initio is sliil the be,-| seller
lit China nolw itlistiiiidiaijj' the sprem*!
of the power of tlie NatlomilUds, who
are on frlomlly toriura with UiiHslan
lwilsbcxlsas. The llrlllsh jitul For��'lR^
IHble Fpchdy sold more than lour
million  IHbles   In   (Ihlna  Irani   year.
-.MiimifnciiuriiiK 'ano��t' fiimdus���
f'lipllitf or a-xncrliMia'c uniaa-ccsiuaii'y, S��M��d
One J')olllU��� Ida* four ranrlpufa. - ami instructions   liMti'hhitf   this  iia*bf\ta.bli!   bitslnesM.
London   Dulldlmi, Vancouver.* Canada,
BAKI.I1S' OV13NS-T-Write for cata-
loguo and list of;? usod ovens.
Hubbard Oven Coinpuiay. 1100 'Q-joon
West, Toaimto. Ont.
Tim "Maoris of Now Zealand ilurlna*.
Ihe last (io yoar-i have tjian*ri,ra:d from
cfinnlbalism io a eivillzailoaa eapaalllnK
lhat of the wlalto niaai.
When a innn I'mlls Inlo an error ho
hi liWolv In be aiioro or less Injured Iaa
his doMooiat.
trial clitcUm rrom"' "fSxIilbltloh Iturrcal
Hoi-ldi, itaut.-a, nnd li-iapucHterl T.oj'laoa-ni
of     bl��.b     ��>;���(?     r.icord. AVIr.nr.r:;     nt
lorntliHi poultry shown. 85,000 laooUa*i��l
nh'��>iu|v, whii'b xliowta wo huvo aa wbbi
roputiitlora.TQunllty liaid Rftivb'o -'Ira our
only Jnccntlvo. Wa*lt<^ for brmutlfaat Elavil-
bar. Wo pr.v aii�� duty. BIU.CIA^ AtAllOU
Ol'T'I-m. ACT Q1.1CK,
J. A. rvuaa-, Poulti-y Farm, Fnrlbault. Minn.
Gollifd     finhliiy-.
-fake     Mlnard'c     Llaif-
thk ratw rnarwcif himkdv. rio.i
1 P^rf^^F^ RgotS ^Si WmmW _^u. RitkWB iff   m _R_B -L^V --.
aim. i tto**ltia__ii_w'\3��urrti. i*to.**j,f��ir m��t>a a*
Wltln ��lM��KHa*. Ho.������rChroMl��W_��tMn_��.����
rt����A  l��v  lrM*ln�� l*��i��:wai_'iH.  nr w.iufm n>����l   Icon*
n>i .a.fcCini'i m��j c��.ii��m>(ia��cUiu,jv\"��,*,i,<viuii.��i THE. :BEVllft^ 'a  v  A.,  frf-.  ���������JQr'  &fl_ GReAT/lfftBAt- SK/trBACM  eeted  Skywriter H  Been I  Long    Range    Searchlight    Gun    Will!  Prisject'Pictures !V5anv "VUles I  A h-a-pg^ratige-.-���������-.- searchlight '-sun,  which /can shoot pictures'y o'r' ianages j  ���������on clouds or baiilditigs at varying dia |  lances, depending; on a'mospheric \  nnd elo'ud conditions, has been per- ���������  tooted:Cliy -'the Oenerol Kleetric 11 ha- i  111 'mat ins fKnttjiueeriug. J.,aboratoa-y, I  Scheiiejjtctdi;, N.Vf,  less' of their height. If there should  be no eloaads avo can create artificial  clouds "by smoke boanbs, chemical va-  pot* screeaas or steam."  First TelepKone Gonversation  Inventor's     Statement     Says     Honor  Shared by Three Ontario Cities   <  Whewv did ihe- first conversation b>  telephone   take,   place?  All   loyal   Canadiians   who   aa*e   conversant  with the subject will al on.ee [  say   '"Brautford,"  having in naind  Ihej  its   pa-ojeotoi*,  external  ! fact that though 'living in Boston, j>r  PI jam' Int^r^ci-strsor   Ts������sn  Machine   Gunners? Will   Travel   From  Toronto to Prince Rupert on  Horseback   . "  From Torosito ?to Prince. -Hupei't,  B.C., on horseback is tlie frrp now  being-planned by six 'voting' members  of the Canadian Machine iGaan Corps  as a fitting way. to employ the summer  months. -:.;...-;-, ���������-., ?��������� .?;��������� '  Throaajyd run tracked regions,-svliea*e  the oaaly guide is.the coanpaiss, across  rivers and finally through the Rocky  Mountains, the part5^ intend -to " follow at 6,000-mile route far north of  aaiy previously; niade paths across the  continent.   ���������-.  The originator of the plaia is Trance  Corporal Kwart Warren, and his companions are Privates E. Hancock. S.  Miller; M. Hatton. B. llalliday, ana  S. Flannivan. All arc Toronto men,  and they expect ?o receive the backing of?, several prominent, baasiaaess  riieai.    y      :'":"-'   -;' '";''-  Startiaag at the beginning of May,  they hope to complete their joaaraiey  withia. five anonths.  Ijance-Corporal Warren,    who    will  _?_rw  i want to ~feet������������  nr.n. >jr- J*a. jC__������..  >^.-^������_���������.-2-^-^,^   J.^    ___?.*.    ~.1.TL.~**.  Al.  Hell   at   tlae   time   used   to   spend  his;  appearance  closely resembles  a large; hnUaixVii  at   tlle   Ontario   cifv. expert  naval   cannon,   wi'h   its   tapering   barrel   painted a battleship gray, is onij  a   small model   of a i^rgor skywriter  iaot as leader and guide, is aio strauger  which   can be  ma<le,  according to W  avion ting the. while.  The  American  claim  is set  forward  in   the   I926   report   of  the   American  LO  country. 3-or  several  "i tziiS JdClS JTGart GxVti CXj/CTiesi-CC iO aiCip OtitCTSm/\.i,77l03i  ^vild with painy weak and rundown^^ ifie 94?*f>nG i V  new health and strength through Tanlac  Allen Boudria, engineer, of 432 St.  Patriaik Ht.r is one of Ottawa's best  known citizeais. "My purpose in telling the facts of my experience." he  said, "is. to help others who suffer as  I did. .    *'  "For five years I w;as In misery*. My  whole system seemed out. of gear, foufc  my stoanach troubled most. Even a  drink of cold water would cause my  stomach to bloat and swell abnor-  rnally. Gas would prevent me from  sleeping at night bo that I had to get  up and walk the floor for hours. Violent stomach pains nearly drove sne  wild. I've seen times when I was  doaabled over, unable to straighten aap������  "My friend M. Xaponte told me  how Tanlac had helped him out of  ���������similar trouble, so I got some and used  !) bottles in all. It just made me over.  I feel 30 years younger thaaa I am, and  weigh 214 lbs. My appetite and sleep  are both fine. I eat what I like and  sleep like a top- Tanlac and aaothing  else, made this great change. I'm for  .Tanlac/'  If overwork or neglect- have, worn  you down get Tanlac, the greafernat-  ural tonic made from roots, herbs and  barks. Your druggist has it. Ovfex 52  million bottles sold.  a niinii iiiimif itw  l"t'Arey Jlyan.   direotor ol? the   laboratory.  "There is absolutely no; loasoaa why  we cannot' make pa-ojectors using . ai  sixty-inch searchlight' -which will be  capable of casting au irange oiv a  cloud or. other object ai a cli.staa.aioe oi  five miles,'" Mj*. Ityan explained. "The  laaeseni. gun employs an eighteen-inch  searchlight,, which can bo used with  either an idea udesceiaf lamp or carbon  ares, fit is our laboratory model on  wbi*:h we have beeu . cxperiauonliuj-,  lor soane time. Wo. kttow its eharac  aa'.risl.cs and can now make projector:-,  just as big and powerful., as may be  vvaided." ,,..-'  I'nusaaal sky projectors iw.d by Mr.  Ttyan in his jlUanntiiUlota'ol* tlie  I'ana-  nta- Pacific   i.0>;posilion   in  I91i������  resulted   in   the   first   model   being   built   ia j  l!H7. He did it at that time for po'ssa- j  bio u^e iaa spreaaiing  propaganda over I  tho Coraaaaai  lines during the war. lUtt '  before any such exp .-rimea.-s eoatld bet  ariod the armistice was signed.": {  A searchlight is located at Lhe reui-i  eaid or the gun and in the barrel are j  leaises   avnd   a   slot   for   insertiaig   the]  berta. Hiking through the wilds lias  always been his hobby, and he thinks  hts plan provides the ideal way of  crossing the continent.  Speaking of  his-desire  to emulate j  he remarked thai  he wished lie had been oiae of.,then a.  "I don't know "Why I wasn't born, t:  few   hundred   years   earlier,"   he   a*e-  Telephone aaid Telega*uph tlompany in  the words:  "In   IS76'the     first    sentence-   was i  heard  oyer the telephone  in Boston; i  the    first     outside    conversation took i  place    between    Caaaibridgc   aaad   Boston;   aild   the first long-distance mes-1 the early ^xplorer  sage   was   sent   between   Salem   and  floston."  Ih*. Bell's own statement, which  ought to be Sinai evidence gives  Itranttord the hoaaor, however. His  words, at that city in 191.7, wheat tlie  lSe'll memorial was unveiled, included these statements:  "The   telephone   was   eoaiceived .iaa  Brant ford  in   1S74   and   born   in  Eos-  ton  iu  1S75.    The first   time   that the j  instruments  were  placed  aniles  apart!.American  nnd  speech   successfaally    transmitted}  was   here., iaa   Braantford, August   iOth, j  1S7C..   Tiae transmitter- was placed "ml SO years old, have arrived  ISraaatrord, the    receiving    instrument j nesburg aCter  was placed  in   Paris, and   the battery  : was  in  Torouio.  years at resident of the West, he has ] jt������ %lvrvri> .xn&asJ'-s.X/sjSma  made.a.-number .of hiking trips up io-j UHIJ QPRIMf' TIMP  to the woods,    und    has    ridden    thej TUlJ. OrftlnU   lUUEa  ranches  in  British Colaaanbia and Al  }  Do Not Use Harsh Purgatives  ���������A Tonic is All You Need  Not    sick���������baft    not    feeling  well.   That   is -the   way   niost  feel in  the sprihg-1    Easily   tired,  appetite    iiekle,     sometianes   headaches  aaid  a  feeling  of depression. Pimples  or eruptions may teppear ou the skin,  or there may be twinges of rheumatism or neuralgia."   Any  of  tiiese in-  Not Always a CIo������u Rule  ,    ,.������,,������. n t,     'dicale that the blood is out of ordea ���������  marked.      Ihate going anywhere by  tha(. the indoor life ot- winter has- left:  [  train. In fact, travelling to and fro  in the West, I've often got off the  train at a station ami walked the next  few miles.    1 felt I just had lo."  Braved Africa At Eighty  Women    Completes    4,000  tylile Motor Trip  its   mark   upoat   you   and   may   easily  develop   into   anore   serious   tremble.  ?Do not dose yourself with 'purgatives, as many people do, in the hop������  that you can put your blood right.  Purgjitives gallop through the system  and weaken instead of givitag  strength. Any doctor will tell yoaa  this is true. What you need in the  spring is a tonic that will enrich the  The idea that a man is as old as  liis birthdays is one that is fast disappearing. There are too maiiy eani-  nent ineai beyond the psalmist's spaa-  to hold to stieh a ��������� principle. DLrtlidays,  quite j alone, are poor way to judge a man or  peop e a WOTnaili siaaiiy men of ripe years  are also of a*ipe intellect and judgment, while tnany men and women  uever" reach that stage.  Jt is suggested that judges be cpm-  pulsorlly f reiired wheal they havo  reached the age of* seventy-five years.  That dOes not secaii to be a good rule.  A judge, particularly may have gained a. wide outlook in his service .which  would be missed on tlie bene.*.  The worms that infest elilldren fi*0m  their hirtli -Are. of two kinds, those  that find lodgeanent in the stonaacn  aaad those that are fouatd in tlie ht-  tesiines.    The latter are the most dea-  hlood   and   baaiid   up  the   nerves.   Dr   Two American Avomen, one of them\ WilliatnsVPink Pills do this speedily! tructive, as tliev" cliug to the. walls oi  :and surely. 13i-ery dose of this medi- tho intestines and if not interfered  eine. helps to enrich the blood which with woric ilavoc there. Miller's Worm  clears the skan, strengthens the appe-   Powders ?? dislodge    both    Idndg ? ana  at  Johaaa.-  i 4,000 mile anotor trip,  without   white   escorts   and  unarmed,  througli Africa.     r  tite aad-.--.xaia.kes- tired, depressed men,  women and children active -and  strong.   -Mr.'Jaanes'   liicksoh,   West-  'i'lum Hn-fE- Oi-taa-io eiiie������ share the. 1      The     women     were     Mrs.    -Vvr.     13.'        .^.     _.   . - ,,r .,     ,     ,  iius iiaitt cji.Laaiu uutu *,J1'11'- '"'--���������! _ "     ' ,    i neath,  Out., says:��������� "I was quiLe bad-  tho world the first] Cornish, ot 2\ew  Vork, widow of tlie j ly  ruu  (\ovr}i,  easily  tired, and  appe-  ! t'oraner   vice-president   of   the   Union! tite noor.    Mv blood seemed thin aaid ���������  ������������������"       ��������� " WUr|  honor of giving to  speech. -  while expelling them from'thefsystem  serve to repair the damage Lbey have  caused.  _    ... ....-.,      .... _ ... . ...     .    j pies Nov eittber  Residents    of    Brighton    Are    Ninety  j  slide   lo  be   projected.     'These   lenses j  ;nv. so arranged-ihat. tho. lumge' froiu  the slide is  iai constant  focus? at any'  distance   greater""��������� than     twenty,     feci.  fi-oni    the   end   of   the   bai*rel,. \vliich  liiii'koH   it   possible   to   east the  imago,  jibrital   ou  variolar  objects  at   dilTeaeni j  alisjaiices   wUhoui   refociasing. '     .  The'image can be retlected in 'ever- i  (-bunging colors by use of un electric- |  :allv operated screen altauhod io the j  aio/zle of the projee or. Tlie. speed!  .of lIk* screen ean be regulated., so the,  rolo'i's Will 'vary "quickly''or sloWly, as ���������  iiitiy  >>(.��������� desired,     v 1  ".Inst,  as   skywriting   by   aero planes ;  bar-    proved    popaalnr.   we   belive   litis,  Faii|cus Twins Meet Prince  .new projector Will find iv place -4*n ad-'  vertisirig,"  ?Mt*v Tlytan   s������������d,?    ���������?.! fP'anj  batllding   a ' -largij" pa-ojetiioa', \ one 'a hat ;  Four Years Old i  "Brighton, the   holiday  resort on ahe'i   ,  ."' , '   i-   i.     i      i       iii .! decided to proceed any-vvav  south   const ��������� ol   Kaaglaud,  which  owed]     -A , -^., .������������������ *;...      An. .���������_������������������.. .--  its eut-lie.r fame mainly to the patronage of the Triaieo llegent something  over TOO .years ago, received at visit,  from tho regent's successor, Ihe  'Prince of Wales.  At .tea with the: Mayor n.nd Mayor-  ess    the       iambus      'Brighton     twins,  Matthew   ami   Mank   Gunn,   aged   9-1  years,   wore   presented.   Matthew   told j  the Prince that wheu ho was ten > ears i  olil lie  hard delivered   goods  to  Buck;  'Ingham Pola.ee. . j  12. alone, although an i recommeud  tho    pills    to    vun-dovna  escort  had  be<3ii  arranged  for.  When i people.*'  the   arrangeaaaents   failed,   the  women       You can get these pills through any  medicine  At Ttijaf, T)eci:vnl)or If,'said the report which aeached here, the travellers caanped beside a native - road  ���������gang, and during the night one of. the  men killed at lion of the sort that is  known iai those parts as a man-eater.  afioiug  into- Central  Africa,   the  report said,- the    travellers    lost    theii  way after passing    ���������through    Nairobi;  aaad were eoaiapelled     to    drive  automobile during the night.    The x*e-j  serve  car  broke  down  and   the  party1  halted iai the wilds.    A spot light war* j  dealer or by mail at GO  cents at'box from The l>r. Williams*  Medicine  Co., Brockville. Out.  Mystery of the Towers  But  Little Helps For This Week  If ye love Me,  ments.���������John xiv.  My  command-'  ;      . / .    ,"     iturriaed on to fadghteh; wahl beasts, but  -biBi.ee    hc^nvoiiLlon- ol   the  lyr.m tag '^^ *uml ^011HB ana ^vei-al ������rhciV5i  '������������������'"'   M "*<^1 almost  any night  when! press,  btaO.OOOJDOO  cbpries ol the  lUblo| of f}^ .,Mnglo>atht.v^ S!roim<1 thf, car  them  tire  clouds  Iaa  the  sl>y,  vegua-al- j have  been  printed.  Free Treatments For  I aau lil  l.he  anhlnighi  arrival of ti   rescue  party at  Will Raise Historic Ship  Schooner  Sm ������ ������3- *_Du \v% ������ Si 5������ ������ S5 2 __* ������ !_t3_i 1^3 eH _8 <2__ A t? 'SSi "t S3 2* UT 5$  This is FREE  I feel' bo sure that  tlala treatment will restore hearing atid end  head noises from nasal  catarrh that I want  every ataitoror to tay it  ati'ec, I want to provo  at my expense that th������  srcswlfcs ai'e quick and  conviaican*-*;.  It its tlao best treatment that I have found  in 42 years' practice a������  a&yf&.eav.nose and throat  specialist.  FWPM- BNHi ___������������������  _J_y_a^^_SB_l E5a^^^^ BSHa^^^^  ��������� m li--H'l-HH  'Pile  works  Wearing Restored  1 have aa. ovijjinal home  i voa tnaent fordeat'ness and  lieaad noises from aaasal catarrh which I want every  HulYoror to try free���������without, obligation. Por many  yeai/a I Buffered from catarrhal deiufnesd aaid head  i������olaes, J 1'ierfec ted n treat"  ment which conaplotely ro-  abored my hetarinp*;. I jcavo  it to othcrt-J and they wero  aide to hear npnln. Shaco  that time, hundreds havo  used it successfully. Or. W. O. Cotlse '  ^*i**& hjBBBB   ii B*'ff-_S'B'-<->'-l-?-B-l*-Lt^L   B tf_i  KSfi5  -S1VEIM AWAY riiis Month  Nancy Was Sunk  War of 1812  Oialurlo depja.rl.m&-ni of inabUc ,  will sivoaa call lor l.otaders lo>  rtilsn thn. hull of N.M. Sehoona't* Nan-'  ey, lylnn iieur the rn.mil.h of Koti.awa- j  sngai river. The Nancy, Urhish tramr ;  port, in the wait* of is.12, while taklia^i  su|>plUv* to the flrlllsh Karrlsou at j  Mni'kinac,   was  Built in England During the Wa  Were Never Used  The mystery of two    huge     towers,  built  on   tlae  south   coast of   Unsland'  during  the  war aaiai   never   useal.  has  ilieiij been cleared atp.  The towers, 80 feet high aasd built  al. a cost of approximately $5,000,000  each, wore to be Ihe forerunners ol  many sinallar ones for the doretieo ol"  the- Ka^lish Chnntaei.  They were to be towed out to sea  and strung together across the Straits  of Dover, Halted logo I her at. distances  of a few huaidred yards wiila nets and!  heavily I'orlllled with guais. Iaa that}  | top of each a powea'l'ial soitrchllght'  During', was to he placed. j  !     Tlie amaii-dice, huweva-r. made ii ma-  ' necessary t.n a'otilanue the tfohunae and  l.he  towers   won*;  uur:horeal   off   Shore-  latuii for  some years.     One   has   been!  broUi.-ti up aaad ahe oiher is nsa'd as n ;  light*.hip  off  Spitboatl. I  3>o as  thou woulldst he done anato;  Love   God,   and    love   thj-    neighbor;  watch   and   pray.  These aa*e   the   avoids   and   Works   of  life;   this do,  And live;   who doth wot this hath'lost  heuv'n's  way.  -Henry Tattghan.  'Wheav a'viiuu is told Hani, ihe whole  of religion aud morality is summed  tip ha the two coinauanihnamts,---lo  love Clod and to love our neighbor, he  is ready to cry, like C'iuta'aba in Geblr,  at the first sight of the Beta, /'Is this  l.he niighiy'ocean? Is this all'.'" -Ye*,  all; but how snaall a part oil it do your  eyes survey! Oaily l.rusl. yourself lo  It, launch out. tapon it'sail abroad'over  ia, you will final 11. has no end; it will  carry  you  a*ouud  the world-  ���������Julius lJare.  HAVE GLOSSY HAIR  Milliard's will atisike your hair  soft-ftaid lustrous. Stimulates  growth.    'Vim as a  tonic.  j      According  1i>     Sir     \V,  forced   info   Not fawa-1 l������ane noted Jlriia>h siaagi>ou,  tlie    commit utter    siaau j ������'d   persons are  uaoro    able'  tlulu  Arbiathnotj  Ijaii-halr- 't  lo     light  aim  ���������halreiT  sagu   J lay   and  crew Jolt   her and  built si blockhouse; ngalnsi .   dlseasi  on shore.    A powder train waas laid I������ ���������,'������tJ������h*  the   Nancy   lo   destroy   her 11'  eapl.uiv i    was   i.iireatened.     After  it  heroic  fighi J      In   Ihe Seianilln;a\*iti������     roiinirieM    all  with   the   Americans   the   hhicklaouse j Mk !������thUi*lc  eveaals  aro  sche.lubMl   ou  catiRht lire, and the powder train was ' ^uiulaiyH in pt'olV-i'iince  to a-hum-days,  iicclileuutlly  Ureai, sinking |]u������  ves.sei.   .  --��������� ���������' ���������* *"������������������   ���������-���������    ' ���������'���������' - ' '   ���������  Thet'o   Is   an   atttoitnihile  llvi>   ]u<rsams   in  'ha-   I'niteil  this   iiil.io    there    Is    one    I  every  lam 11.v.  for evt'i'V  SlaU's. Ac  'or   alniosx  TUbbiv ti-DntinicaUa coat you itoaldni.. The ro-  n i ill* *r������M|tiltali:Mii)lennvlnnliiir,Y"nii trill tf������������iltlia������  iltn������ia<iaa������i t)io IliHk il������y. I h������v������ Cuuiial Ui������fl>()  pur y.ont nf tho cn*������n of di>Kfn������������n mad h*>������������i  ���������uilrtHM ma cnuiictl i>riui������rlly by ntrnoX c������tf*ra-la.  11 of ami ntr������r;l.-l li������������4ti)ni������.c.h(������5������u������n������ rlioaumttiitai  Mtiil inniiy *������a3i.'i- trnul>lt-������. U.iinlly ono car (a  *atlV<-(i),l tl>r������t. lino Jc.ttfjKt.fj utrrow* woinc with  ������������������v^iyiinviarMdoldiaaitHthwotHiir^ar In������atVnt<-al.  RJ.v ua*ii_iainliIii>aii*iro������tiikHnc wiU nlopwll th In.  t ������ve r^idtwra'id li������*H������>_: In, miaany fDCtruann  ^���������k-*;oiio woi4iMailk������<5 |,cnu Browhiar deaf for 4H  .���������'irl������i>ri������  ������l������<ll( #n  yn������|-������ ������������l������j  WlIM 44a(i   IMIOH <il:������l  .for innaa..' yv������\r* i-mt, now lamir __-*Sn. Hundreda  ot olhor lai.trtnco* alaitttnr lo Ua������������ hatVo told mc  of tlio trer-laainrak'H ���������iirrcin.  TRY IT FREE  In Rddltion, I will boimI yaai nb.ohit.ely frro  u\y nuw liook' on I>*iuf;i������.i, ..���������������������] Nitlow. aiitl  Cntaxrli. It dim-.u.rjei fully tho curnbla rand in-  curaDvlo lctn_a><3. ������Beafn(-������������-.  WtrlU toclar tnv tlila trmf ti������afc a.rf-fttianar.nt-.  t>Lut������ li you a,r*������3������Mr, huvn linntl ait>lu������a or Jiut  naaaleatarrh or head catarrh. Writ* or print  youif aaamo |)l������.trah'. _>0 i������ot.d������lay. TMataotlc*  11  Read   Before  You   Sion I  To eoaml.ea'ii.ct the aollvilles of hlsh  ' pa*a>H>*ui.'e Hiilcmaii tiHhlp a aioteal 1rad������''  i expert tidvaaeaiteH "buyintaiiHltlp." Aaa \  t educutidual I'.uiaipalun is propound foi  j impi'iutrt on Ihr1 public: tiio Importance:  , ol" laaaUhiK- a Haaurchhtf'; luvesllKMitloai'  ! before htvoMiiaag. '"Hettil biTfore yoaa <  1h3j;ii." !  tCQlr.fC eo elvo away Sh.OOt) fr������n treatmerata.  JdltkW.���������l.'COFFIICrSeilt������ 32*112, St. Jama*a. Motel Bide., *������������va���������������***<������art, lata.  Wealthy   relatives     Moiuetlinen  ,a,hh- .t  li.aai to Ural  Ir. J'ttt.a:j-iy;i.  eaa  VV,  \\  I'  Iti7  Cuticura Comforts Tender  /__ A^ri'inor  ly*i"iir5i,i"P>_i   _r4A_3������,l'  J. jt.\0.&jLmMM\xZ     HI II _l"tCl _.u^"W.    JB. %>%*>%*  Bathe the feet for Beveral tmalnaates with Cuticura  Soup und.warm water, then follow with a light  application of Cuticura Ointment, ijetatly rubbed  in. Thin treatment It* most Hucceseiful in relieving  and comfortiiiK tired, hoa, achhifc. burninR feet.  N������mi>].l-M_ Vrm.my U������ll-  - mm, r*-- -  ..t.uiv,  Ckittuair* Shavioir -tticlt 2fic.        ......       ArMrnt. Cun-rflnniVnol;   *ataa-  *n������������jmi, t.M.,IU������������tri������l."   I'rlcn, Ho������p 'An. Oinimiini -'O.ml :���������<>������������������. m  iff  'a:ansa  "U-Kmsx-iM-   jrtt__iV_tL_Br*w  sni;  ���������**u*_������"������^*Tr_^_ai nr'taffir'iAi  _ssi.������l every Friday at Creston, B.C  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance  83.00 to TJ.B. points.  C. P. Hayes. Editor and Owner,  ORESTON.  B.C.. FRIDAY. APR. 15  The Gross Income Tax  the solan t.fie&lly demonstrated and  certain. We know there is life be  yond the grave.  What does the resurrection teaeh  rand amply? Think ofjthe meaning  of that first Easter message of the  angel, "Why   seeli    ye   the living  M-MV-llg       UCJ-Cr      V*.-OCIiVBi>  __lx-*o    ao    _-.*������_������-_#  ho.wn -.-to  ail���������-every man,",  woman and child in the eommun  Tou will, therefoe, permit s_s  to wish Mrs. Gibbs and your  fasa.^s'and yo?irself the best of  health and every success in your  new field of activities.  To aupplv Iris present trade Mr.  Comfort reguires a herd of sixteen  tnilkinajf cows, and in. view of steady  expansion he feels justified an  building with a view to at least a  50 per cent, increase in trade. His  summer scale of milk prices will go  into ������Erect afe May 1'stV-  Fob   8a__b���������Touring  ear,   good  new, snap.   Enquire Review.  at*  jl tie  U.UU  Under the provisions of  the ������*ro- ���������  vinoial Tax   on Gross Income, enacted at   the recent  session of  the  Legislature,, every .person   engaged  in any Trade,   Business, or  Profes  sion within the-province is required  to obtain a Certificate of   Begistra  tion   from    tlie   Commissioner   of  Income   Tax    before   April   30th,  -j������o������j    . ranus������v   ���������^.������^a:~������    *.~     ~.. *,~v.-.  iwmi.  .     Jtuio      oppuca       v\j       \j. K3. y WHO  who maintains a place   of   business  (no matter how iar ,e or how small)  or who carries oaa trade of any description, or who   is engaged in any  business enterprise, or who practices   any   profession;    hut   does  not  include persons connected therewith  who are working for wage*?, or who  are em ployed   on    a   salary   basis.  The fact that   taxation returns are  already being made does  not effect  the liability to  register.    The pen  alty for failiaag to obtain a Certifac  ate within the tat ted   time is $10  for   each   day   daaring    which    the  default continues.  Applications should be mailed :o  the Provincial Assessor for the District, Mr. E. Ferguson, Nelson, or  can be abtained from Mr. Taylor,  village clerk, or H. McLaren at the  provincial poliee office.  Full details   respecting subseqai  ent returns required under this Tax  and    other    information    will    be  supplied to   each   person   with   his  Certificate of Registration.  bub is risen."  The dead are living;, living more  [fully if they have died in  the faith.  ���������Tn,������������      .*...������      ............ 4. ~^3       ������..,.__      ������������.~  xuoj      ������*!*?     oc^taucu       4.1-uui     una  body of weakness, corruption, dis  honor.    They  are   delivered  from  the suffering, trouble, toil" and care  of this earthly life.  And beyond the abundant life  whioh the christian departed now  enjoy, is the enhanced life when  they reeive a glorified body "fashioned iike unto His glorified body."  Bodv, soaal and spirit is the trinity  of man's human life on earth, and  that trinity purified and glorified  will be the life of the ohri rtian here*  after.  "Hejoice, brother, He is risen."  >iaofi fr.r> k*������ the salutation of  great believers. Let usfeaE it I  a festival of joy, the Easter memorial, **The Passover of gladness; the  Passover of God."        W.E.DALY.  bag  fr.lna  viav  . t   ������ w  was a persent  from board members as well as a  nu mber of other old time friends  who wished to be included in the  testimonial. On committee work,  particularly. Mr. Gibbs was an outstanding-member of the board, and  it is very largely due to his persis  tenee in following up ai! likely olueB  that the electric light question  was kept so prominently before the  village, and has finally resuleted in  action that assures the white light  very early this fall,  P*w  n-V-  w  -f  ������r*^M*_*_-^- #_  rat.  Mne  Antra  uay  ne  JFLOSe  Fro~m CRESTON PASTORS  Tne Resurrection Hope  The story is told of a German  princess who, on her deathbed,  ordered that her grave be covered  with a great granite slab, and that  around it should be placed solid  blocks of stone; and the whole be  damped together, with clamps of  iron, and that on the stone should  be carved these words: **This burial place purchased to all eternity,  must never be opened." Thus she  meant publicly to proclaim that  her grp,ve -never would be opened.  It happened that a little acorn  was buried with the princess It  sprouted under the covering, its  tiny shoot, soft aaad pliable at first,  found its way between two slabs,  and there it grew slowly and surely,  each day gathering strength until  it burst the firm clamps and turned the whole structure into an  irregular mass of upheaved rocks*  Up and up grew the oak whioh had  thus broken the bars of the  sepulchre.  In everv grave on earth is n tiny  seed of the resurrection life of Jesus  Christ and that seed cannot perish.  It will germinate when the warm  wind of Christ's return brings back  the springtime to this cold sin crtis-  erl earth of ours; and they that  aro in their graves, and we who lie  down will feel in our mortal bodies  the power of his resurrection and  willl come forth to life immortal.  J. HERDMAN.  The Great Memorial Day  The churches uro laying* more  arid mora emphauis on the great  fact of   Easter.    Un memories  mre  fraught with ������m promt* iinporLanrc-ia.  The ret-inrroottoit of .leans Chrinb  rurnovea tho hope of immortality  front tiae ['do.mn.n of tlie ttpeculativa  nnd the probable into the domain of  Again from the Dead!'9  Here we acknowledge   a   fact of  history.    A keen critio has Written  'Nothing stands more historically  certain than that   Jesus   rose from  th������    dead."    The     effect     of   the  resurareefcion on   the   apostles,  who  never expected it,   was  ������   renewed  and   deepet*   affection    for    Jesus.  Could a myth produce this?    Could  a myth stand  the test of witness?  Is the Christian   Church built on a  myth?    Witnesses of the risen Lord  were     many   and     aaried;      four  evangelists   refer to  it, writing   at  different     times^    individuals,    oaa  different occasions, two companions,  groups of varyitag size, a   company  of five hm-dred, these met and*conversed with Christ.    He   appeared  by night and by   day,   indoors and  outdoors.    Worshippers   today are  not   so deluded    as  to rejoice  in a  phantasm or mistaken notion.  Easter is a season for great and  holy rejoicing. "Easter's music is  iaot a, monotonous chorale, but an  impaasioned fngueJ" The grave is  empty. Death is conquered. Physical death need no longer hold  men in fear. Man's sin sent Jesus  to the death of the cross, but His  resurrection revealed how sin and  death may be overcome. Easter  points to immortality; Easter  provides Sjustifi cation���������our hope is  in the living Christ.  Acceptance ot Easter's message  may prodaa.ee Easter's faith; rejection may mean, sooner or later,  losing the grasp upon the spiritual  reality. S. NEWBY.  Starting Ice Cream jriant  With the taking over of the complete .ownership of Crestosa Dairy  by R. A. Comfort, comes the anam  otiiiQen.es.. of. a -start at fully nscd-  erizing the business, the first move  being made last week whsn work  commenced on the erection of a  barn 32 x. 70 feet, and capable of  housing twenty-five head of stock,  aiad providing hay storing space for  almost 50 tons.  The stable will be of cement construction and cement floors. The  stalls will be of steel, steel stanch  ions, with double drinking bowls of  steel, to which the water will be  piped,thus assuring .heraaximum of  comfort for the herd as well as  sanitary arrangements rarely equalled in   mall dairy plants.  In addition to the milk, cream  and butter business carried on at  present, Mr. Comfort has decided  to branch ��������� out in to ice cream  manufacturing for the local trade,  and in the new building space is  being provided for the necessary  cold storge * features as well as  space for the operation of the plant,  which can be run from power  generated by- the engine used in  operating the milking machine,  which >v as put in about a year ago.  For the present a plant of five-  gallon freezer'capacity will he util  ized, and having secured a receape  used by one of the biggest ice cream  manufacturing plants in Toronto,  Mr. Comfort feels Bure he can :urn  out a frozen product that will be  in great demand.  ess anci  ityVflmUT.  ;-?^l  y���������,-~'  TFIE announcement of a New and  Finer Pontiac Six���������-built in the  great? new General Motors platBts-���������  justifies .high expectations. Yet even  this scarcely prepares you for the  thrill of real osught you experience as  voti see the iSfew and Fiaer Pontiac  Six3 and ride at- it for the first time,  Here aire all the smoothness, power  and stamina for -which Pontiac Sis  won such unstinted praise last year.  Kere is the economy for which Poo*  tiae Six becanae so quickly renow_s*_scf������  Here is all that made Pontiac Six, in  its first year, the greatest success of all  motor car history. But in addition*  here is a new BEAUTY���������new, Fishesp  Bodies, Icwe?, longer, more graceful g  new, higher radiator, new? appealing  shades of __>u.eo. Here is a car that  commands a second admiring look  ���������wherever it appears.  The New and Finer Pontiac Six is a car of  ���������dashing appearance, built to perform cut*  standingly. It merits your dose i-c-spection,  as its new^iower prices warrant your  ' serious consideration.  rp-isae  PRODUCT OF   'GENERAL MOTORS OF CANADA,  LIMITED  HANSON GARAGE  CRANBROOK  __s_     _s'  EW   LOW   F5-.EO-5S  Address and JPreaentation  Prior to his leaving last week for  hia new home in Pent-ctou, E C.  Gibbs was aooo.-ded fitting recognition of his worth as n citizen by the  presentation of a letter of appreciation from Creston Board of Trade,  of which   he  had  been   a  member  i  from almost its iaiception, along  with went a travelling bag. The  board ol: trade uddretai., sigiaud by  President Mallandaino and Secretary Scriingcour road as follows:  On the ovo of.your departure  from the community may we, on  behalf of tho Creston Board of  Trade express to you our sincere  regret that you are leaving us.  Wo ca.a assure you that your  aisefubioBH as a member of this  board will baft missed* aaad also  wish to add a line o. appreciation of the sr.eal yon have display-  <������cl in the public welfare, pt.rt.tcui  larly as otic of! fsbo Ilrst Cominis-  doricrn when tho villugts wiir  incorporated.  You will bo, imcMKjd Trom tho  piaFitolHue, whero you were favor-  fiJI  Stand for   QUALITY and  FIT  combined  with good WEARING QUALITIES  Silk and Lisle, nill colors... ��������� 75  Silk and Artsiik, 4-ply heel and toe ���������..,      .95  Fine Silk, all colors     1.50  Girls Hose in Kewpie rune Kib  Sizofl 4 to 0*J, prices 35c. up  Boys* Peter Pan, for hard wear, all sizes  Watson's Underwear for Women  Ladies' V-flfi-s, V neck aac_v open -styles, all Bims 30, 40, 50, CJ.0a 75q,  *    Extra out sizes m Vests and Combinations-!*  ~r���������  m M k^^ ^m^   Q   U B Emu _������_��������������� ___��������� " ^ ���������   -   Mm- Btitd   B   II  LBM TED  i.i  1  u h^  m f  *af?HB CBBSt?������!.   BSVIEW  Local and Fersonal  The rreftul&r -monthly meeting of the  pA-esbyi-es-Sis     Warsst.*u    M-sslcsarS' 5  Society wiii be. held at the home of  Jlrrsv Boyd  19th.'  i������t- S   piirtj, TuOBClfl'y,  Starting with. Tuesday the weather  is banning to have a suiasraery flav-  osr. The meyeaary hit GO in the shade  ok Tuesday, and negotiated ������������_ on  WediaesdaVi"  Daae.to t%} shortage of dpaee we are  compelled^ to hold over till next issue  reports<������f the annual meeting of Trinity United .Church, and the March  meetings of the Board of Trade and  Women's Institute. -    -----   .  The tnenibers of Creston  and  Distract Women's Institute were out in  barge numbers on  Wednesday  afternoon for ������- Rend-off reception  to Miss  Sciimfceo'ur  at the   residence oi  the  president,   Mrs.   R'  Stevens.     Court  whist was ihe  feature of proceedings  with the high scores made  by  Pffirs.  Murrell and Mrs.  Maxwell, -and   the  Consolation        honors*    fataattij*;       to  Mrs* McLaren.   Just  before -refresh*.  ���������a-j-enfca the president, on behalf,of the  institute, presented the ctaest of honor  with s> silver flower vase as a la tile  token   of   appreciation   of friendship  and  services   rendered the organsza-  T.m_T-.1T* *rf       *|af������������Bw5*������-U W4T5_r-et     ^jL.m%mtm$Trarm. +m*a-ir\m-mSr>    Kfl _������  ���������*<*���������+* w*m;      >-*������. W BigVIA        J-i-aiOq     V7ij~*->  '"-M-ji'WW W"*      _W_t_.c.T'  been an  executive uaeoibes-,- zhe past  two years,  Presbyfess'iia.n Ohtatch Easter services: Morning service, 11.30, for the  young people with Easter music nnoL  children**! iiuraiben*. ..T.S������ p.su.,-sassier  hymns. The pastor. Dr. W. E. paly*  wiii preach.  Provincial police-H. Mal_*nr������E_ In  company with Chief'Constable Gam-  mon of Nelson, are1 the first auiqists  to snake the trip":to Spokane this  season, getting*- back on 'Thursday  from that point, where they? had  been on official business. After you  get off the surfaced roads the travelling on the U.S. side Ss juet as "bad as  it is in B.C  Reports coming in are to "the effect  that due the very dry July nnd August of last year the Valley raspberries  have not made anywhere near the  usual gsowfch of tas'A' cssnes and that  the 1927 crop will be lighter than usual. The effects of the 1924 blizzard  are. stall showing, particularly with  the Northern Spy apples, although  pears have  tsaade   a   much   better re-  4V%������*jawrwr    aF������Mi.m*    ft ha    rf������flC������M.t>n    *���������������������    ���������i-lmo    cpmIa  than was anticipated.  There was a large turnout of mem-  i.rr _  ll I r  Roadster and Tonrio  Coach ��������� ���������. t" ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  Coupes ------ ���������. "���������?��������� ���������"  $867  1003  lU-?_rt5  1114  Landau Sedan��������� ���������  -   Includes Buraper, Spare Tire, Motors-ieter.  Tobi Truck ��������� ��������� ���������  kinds of  Used  Cars  ���������    823  For Sale  PR EMIER   GARAGE  PALMER   &    MAXWELL   *  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED ������Y GASOLINE  S   U5T3 S    i  UU., L  MEAT MERCHANTS  JTRY OUK  ZhAMROCK 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 BE El, FORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS9 IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases egg- production ttnd produces better poultry.   Buy the best.  DoFare&t & CposIgm  BsWtsm    ML      mWto' M JkW*m% J% JW1"' ���������*������������������������''jPfc-  ISTHELMTBS7 OF WMMO ',  BOg^taafiw^iiiuiulLJ  8__Ji!!.!l1H^1,.lIS  Inwi^tled fot Cym������!������ Cm&itemS: made  hy M^cLaganl  Cannot foe surpassed by anything in Radio,  Lower prices and can give <easy terms.  Will be pleased  to have you call  in  and hear our machine any  ever������ing.   Everything in B^dio Batteries.  bers and. visitlsag brethren at Creston  the oeeasion being the oxBctai visit of  R.W. Bro. A. E. Hines, of Kimberley.  D.D.&.M. for ss&sv, Kootenay. Work  was. conducted in the first degree, and  the omeers were- warmly compli_nent>  ed on the oroficiencv shown Sn nnttlnsr  on the degree, At the close there was  a banquet tparead, and the usual round  of toasts rc^possded to.  Inltiai   steps have been   taken to  assure   a   fitting:   observance   of   the  sixtieth anniversary of Canadion Confederation at Creston on July  1st.   A.  Women's Institute committee consisting of Mrs. Stevens, Mrs.  Murrel nnd  Mrs. Hi B, Staples, along .with a delegation from the board of trade, made  Up of President Maj. Mallandatne.CF.  Hayes and  A.  Ii. Pal men.  waited on  the village council on Mondasy night  with a request for finatctai assistance,  aud were assured help an  t?his direction,  as  well  as faili support of   the  undertaking,   would be foithcoEiaing.  Official announcement was atnade at  tbe end of the week of the tacansfer to  head office of D. T. Scrimgennr, who  has been manager of the local branch  of the Bank.of Cttmnserce for the past  2 years. Mr. Scrinsgeoaar experts to be  leaving tor Vaneouver ast the end of  the week. Has successor is J. K. Forbes of Central Baitte, Sask., who  a.*rived op Saturday, an d who is gel-  tang acquainted with the work and  the bank's customers this . week. Mr.  Scranigeotir: has been particularly  active an ak lanes of community effort  as well as as in church *av������ik, and in  his d������partus*e the town certainly loses  a useful citizen.  Miss *Scranageoiar, who  is leaving at  the end of the week for Vancouver to  reside, was guest of honor at an enjoy  abl������ at borne at Mrs.   Hea.derson''a os*  Thursday last, with   the   Ladies' Aid  of St. Stephen's Church   as hostesses.  A    series   of   contests    featured   tbe  afternoon at which the winners were  Mrs. Boyd. Mrs.   McLaren, Mrs. Dow  andfMrs. J. P. Johnston, and proceedings were brightened   aip   with piano  selections   by   Miss   Ross and   vocal  numbers by Mrs. Geo. BL Kelly.    Be-  faeshments   were   terved     with Mrs.  Dow- presiding at the tea table.    Since  coaming here about two years ago Miss  Serasxageout   has   been   aaa very   active  worker in the aid, and  her departure  is sincerely regretted.  ���������-a-v  .~_.._u  plishirieiit  To save money may require that you snake  nnni@ ���������BnG!"i__ic5eji but ������1 2L state������_l sum is jplaced  in a Savings Bank account at regular intervals,  your money, v.'ilh the interest it earns soon  j__ro,jsvs stud irois estrsfirifince t^he *i*>v of accon!**  plishment. ^*here is a .Savings Bank Department at every branch of this Baok. 4S  ayyL ffi^jsi  ���������aW.AIXAN,  GRESl^N BRA3MCH,  rssrssi-vi:  Mransgea*.  4  jl ney aire sate, cliteap and  cosiveo.ien.ts and -are  readily -cashed in al! pasrts  of the world*  *SJ- "^ ,.    mSmVJLTTmmV+i _M_,  ~~ l?und $209000,OGG  >-, T- Scrimgeoor, Maoager  ^Kitchener School Report  The March report1 for Division lof  Kitchener school has been given out  by the principal. Miss KendalE, as  follows: Proficiency! Gdude 4���������Net*  tie Androsotf, Einaer Lind bloom.  Grade as���������Selmer Anderson. Vivian  Langlois. Grade 6���������Rictaaaird Molander.' Graee 8���������Claude SHu.pson, Beat-  race Molander.  Perfect Attendance���������Clarence. Anderson, ��������� Selmer Anderson, Nettie  Androsoft?, Dennis Bush, Elmer l&ntl-  bloom, Bichard Molander, Edith Nelson, El������ie Nelson, Claude Simpson.  Miss Porter's report for Division 2  is as follows; Proficienoys GradeSa���������  Ceiina Langlois, John Nelson, Hazel  MrGonegal. Grade 8b���������Curt Anderson. Grade 2���������Laura Asradtosoff, Eva  Atb, Ijiuarence Strong,,-CiH'stdeln.���������JacU  LaingTois,   Grade lb-rAltta. Bfair.  Peafect attendance���������Laura Andros-  off, Mary Androeoff, Fred Androsoff,  Marie Arb, Kva Arb, Hazel Mcgoneg-  al, Henry Nelson.  Spencer, Jack Youaiy, Iris- Taylor,  Andrew Miiler. Dorothy Marshall,  Annie Ireland, Jean Henderson, Jean  Fisher. '  Division 3���������M iss "Wade, Teacher.  Grade 5a; Proficiency���������Hesper Lewis. Arthur Nichols and Jim  Downes  equal.   Jay Biiss.    General   Improvement^���������Jim Downes, Jay Bliss.    Writing   iaGaprovement���������Helen    Hopwood.  Grade 4a:   Proficiency���������George Col31st  Molly Moore, Norma Marshall-    General   Improvement���������B.ohert     Dlcksssn.  Writing Ixopravement���������Molly Moore.  Pi'trfect H-ttendance���������Hubert  Benm-  ger,  Robert    Dickson, Jim    Downes.  Hesper Lewis. N<������iu.a Marshall. Harold McLaren, Arthur Nichols, Douglas  Spiers, VliSord York, Jay Biiss, John  Ganaacbe.  Division 4���������Miss Holmes, Teacher.  Grade 3 Senior: Profilciency-r���������Mar-  garet Burnett. Writang.improveaaaent  ���������Dcnglas Atderson. ��������� Improvement���������  Marion Quann. Grade 3 Junior: Proficiency���������Jean McLauchlan. Writing  Improvement���������Stiaait Hilton. Improvement���������Camilla Konaano.  Pea-feet attendance���������Doiaglns Alder-  son., Doris Bayle, Clarence Embree,  Ruth Hare. Margaret Henderson,  Stnnrt Hilton, Emmet Johnson. Holder Johnson, Aileen Klangeaismith,  Haighena McCreath, Lloyd McLaren,  Jean. McLnuchlan, Blettnor Spratt,  Charles Taylor,  Division 5���������Miss Hardy, Teacher.  Grade 1 Senior: Proficiency���������Elena  Anda-osoff, Mnisie Ferguson, Beryl  PaBsiier. ��������� Smpi-oveuient���������Jcitti Ryck-  a.ian. Writing ��������� Gordon Martin.  Grade 1 Jtanaoi: Proflciencv���������Doris  Walters, Mary Boss. FraniV Headman.  Improvement,���������Maud Ross, Writing  ���������iJcuis Waiters. Grade % Benlor:  Pr-ciflcienty���������Ruth Spencer, Rachel  Mortovv,   living  Ferguson.    Bamprove-  tuent���������Gladys Da vies. "Writing���������Edward Pendry. Grade 2 Junior: Improvement���������-Toni Lewis. Writing���������  Sdra -Walkey. ProtSciency���������Doris  Ferguson. Richard Trevelyan. Edith  Walkey.  Perfect attendance���������George Craw-  ffu*dt Irwin Nickel, Joan Greenwood,  Frank Herdman,. Ernest Ireland,  Charles Kiangensmith. Thomas Lewis,  Douglas McLauchlin, " Francis Mc-  LanchSin, Ma������d Boss, Jean Ryekmaas,  Jessie Spratt, Richard Trevelyan,  I William Weir. Ruth Spencer.  ii_r*-r(rair*_iawiiMr������w_^^  WMMNMI  Cresfon's School  Report, March  Division 1���������H. MrLellan. PilncipnI.  ProHciency: Grade 8���������Aileen Spratt,  Jean McCreath. Prank Crawford,  Grade 7���������Foy Pendry, Oleaamtirae  Marshall, Billy Baylo.  Perfect attoridance-~*8tella Herd-  man. Betty Speei-8, Beryl Nichols,  Fred Aldea-son. Earl Christie, Mannaial  Irving, Baayuioaad Murtha, Willi*...)  Bayle, Euphemln Fisher. ITny Pendry,  Lottie Couling, Gwen Webster, Frank  Byrne, Aileen Spratt, Arthur Webster* Frank Byrne, Doro "Spratt  Division 2���������Miss Rons, Tn-achcr.  ProHciency: Grade II���������Tom Crnw*>  ford, Frank Morrow, Joan Hilton,  Omule 6���������iris Taylor, Hetberfc Doihh  Cora Biccum. Moat Imprnvoritert-U  Grade 0���������Le'roir Johiieotn, Marjorim  Loarmonth, Sally John ������on. Grade 6���������  Alli.tD Speera, Katie Payne. Bewt  writers: Grade fl���������M,aa*������uerlte Ferguson, Pearl Spencer, Mni'jorle Lour-  .inotiiitih. Gi*iiufr&���������EI-aGa Balers, Annie  I rein aid.  Pcrtfttct stttenrtfincfi'���������������������������Ufsro HJEr.cue,  Marjffiarot IlHnco. Lydau Clulntle, Herbert CouJlng, Minnie Downes, Joaan  Jlil"Ujai, Dorothea Mj-cnBanald, M������ry  Mnlone, Frank Morrow,. Allen Speeri,  LeRoy Johnson, Rrlnnd Miller, Penrl  VINOL HELPS NERVOUS  RUN-DOWN MAN  BOARFORSgRVBCE  Berkshire Boar, service #%5(X    A, G=  COX, Van ess Ranch, Alice Sidipg.  Sho&s Marie  to OB*dGK*  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  [connection  q train i-  _>   US     ������3X2 mm ������2(3     ^mmmUSmTmtl^SmmVBl SS SS  ������S9t0%m; ***���������*������ ffrmmraimmm   tf������r%.nSv5m������mr  MINERAL. AGT  FORM F  ������������������Before taking Vino!, ������ was run  down, nervous and irritabh1. Now  I feel like another person.*' B.McCoy.  Vinol ia il simple, nt lengthening, iron  and cod liver compound in useful* over  2B years for sickly, nervous women,  run-down men, and weak children.  The very FIRST week you take Vinol,  you begin to feel Rtrongur, eat and  sleep better. Oreston Drtag & Book  Store.  5ay? yniGK eB-SD  It pays to koep tho Chicles  ������r**av.n������ wst.n  Ogilvie*a Baby Chick Scratch  nn**!  Ogihte's Growing Mask  Wo aloo havo tho  Langtey Mash for Growing  Chicks  Weed ripiht and get rosulta  FrIlllldEfIS1' SUPPLY DEPOT  OHAS. MUBHKLL  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Klondike No. 3 Fractional Mineral  Claim, eitaaie In the Nelson Mining  DieMon of Kootenay District*.  Where located! Noar Ytatta% B.O.; ar������4Jo_niai_r  tho Yonlcoo Girt  TAICB NOTICIC that I. A. H. Oroon, actinor  aalaffont for William Thowiofl MoDowall, ol  Vanlj*. M.O., Froo Mlnor'a Cortinoato No. OWMlK  Intend, sixty days from tho dato horoof, to  Rpply ato tho Mlnlnor Roootcdor for aCcrtlUcntc  of ImpK������vomon tta. for tho parnoa-j ot obtalnine*  a Orowta Grant of tho above clalwu.  And farther tako notloo tha. OyOtton. under  SeoUon 80. miaet bo ooraunoncod before thoteeu-  ancoof mioh Oortlaloato of Improviimroirtta.  jit.t**\ into (Hih dmy of Aairynna trnw.  ,    . A.lrt-_IIi-SSK  MINERAL AGT  PQntM F"  Certificate of Improvsments  .  . . ttfCtTiCttS1  Midnight Frnctbtnal Mineral Claim,  situate In the Nelson Mining ZUaiston  <a# Kootenay MJHstrict.  Where locut  avdJoJailnor the  loro lootttedt On Olioop Grccli, i  -TXlCWNm-IOj/that r, A. n. Qrt*n.**VlnKri*  lAgviit lac JJtUhiMil Murphy, of UmAO, "U.O., Farea.  MlnnrVi atkartlfloato No. 847(110, Intend, ���������wxty  liaya fr<wm the date, herasof.. to Rppl^ U������ U.*i  ������ftonl4i for tho i}iir|H)Ho of obtalnlnfir aOa-ovna  Orant of tho a'aovo oliUni.  Ataa fitrtlior tatoo noiloa that aotlciaa, aindnt  UtuMtm HO, riM,int Uaooaiimonood before tli������i tiwu  atHioof ������uch OorUfloafyo of Innjrovomoi>t������.  Ultat^d thta let day of F������bru*.ry. E_*27.  A. II. OHICKNT. g'ss^^-si'?^^  ,y  M  If  i&  m  !*������  IS  T>'TPTT'TTr7iTniTT '���������  ������������������ im-n TTic***rn/-vvr  _"8  a -���������     **=.      H       ���������      ������S_        '  ������   -9  JLJ_9 JUT A Jkj^JLJh.Jk _rA*.*t������ai8*.'_ii%.'iS*  Cahaaa s Certain Destiny  4**  is _^oodt@S'  Bmj**     -SSL '___''-' ^SgjT ^t-tf-Sb    *S**'^^f-'^BfSfe  107  When you serve KED ROSS OlANGE  PEKOE to your family you are giving  them the best tea yovi can buy-  Too  L  ate!  Which   ^oiiu1   .-cores   oC  Vtscpunt   Willingdon   Says   Dominion  to beOneof the Great Nationalities of the World  Canada's   certain   destiny   is   to   be  erne of tlie great nationalities  of tlao  world, a member of the British Coan-  monwealth"of   Nations,  but   free  atid  independent in its administrative, life..  VlscoUut  'Willi ngdoaa   declared   in   an  address   before the  Canadian  Club  at  j Victoria .������������������'���������������������������  j The C'oveanor-Cionoral oaUiaod his  | vision ol' alio I-hiipire, "an empire the  | like of which the" world litis never  | seen, -an empire which, whatever  | poRMnais't.s may say, it is nay* fa a-an bo-  ; lief   that   the'  mm*e: independent  aaad  a  | I roe the various parts become in mai-  I lor* o<   aahnintsLi'ataon  the  closer will  I bo tho ticH of loyalty thai  bind them  | to Hi,;,  throne."  !'    Ih-ilaiaa, ho 'said? is slid  full  of life  -yf "With   ahe   memory   of   the  theatre   holocaust,   iai  lilBo? children   were   the  vie Li ins*.,  stall   fresh  in 'thoir  -annuls,   ahe   eiii/.ous  of j aud vij*oa- despiEe the troubles of posx-  Mqh'troal   are   pusssinj;    tluoiis,h   another ' trag-edy,   an    epidemic    of    l> (>UoiclI war years,  fever   whLeh.t"ut   the   L'uno.   ol   wr.ir.ingr,   has;   attlieted   over   l,'J0t>  res.ttlled in over forty deaths,  ?.;, The  taking  of  proper  precaution*  ���������ttul the  provision  of?  -necessary   s;  hards   would   hart-  saved.  he   peof;dy  of Montreal  from   t.lu>' sorrows of viae  present, typhoid  ephtemio   i-outd _eassLly !  people   and j   ufe I Stomach Cramps  tleeiat.ro ia re,. an������ci, iu like manner,   t:lu  hav-c*: beeai pi'eveirred. i  ffH   is  the ..same oEd  stuj-y  over and  over again of UnUm--*,  the stable Hioot j  fift-Sr alio  horse  has "bee.n  stoh-ti.  und ono  is sometimes   uu-lined to  question. '  "_7������   aa *    .       tt%,t ������������������������      ���������������  neia io   werviime  When donbled up :it anldnis:ht with  cramps .von doaa't feel like experimenting:   what  you  want, is something to  whelher   human   beanos  -tire,   ai'ier   talk  so   much   superior   in   iut.eIUj;eaK\-i   Lo ' remove the. era aaa r>.    ^jJCothJng acts so  tintrpals.    In  the <-;tse of ;mhuals it; i* noticeable   that  onco. bitten  ihej   are : effectively as Nervillne.    Take twenty  fh,  ������ ij ������v\.^  i tip,,   aft'er  "i inn-  drops ita a Uttle sweetened water, and  quick as wink tiae cramp is gone. Ner-  ; v?,*s.-;ii!;:t; mi:, si--:i:-o:   blundo't"  aiid?j>ay large iienalviesiu sorrow, suffering: and loss. :    : viltae is nbout fare tianes as strong: as  r;l*',oHowitt&   rt:o   Montreal   theatre   live   an   .i*ftv������:s,-ii.mif.ion   was    made   into : 3nos' medicines, and; because so siroug,  every  theatre ami  hall  oE  public assembly  in ilte  oivy. to  ase-ertaiu wlietlier  EilmBliRE  -IM^^IlMM^a-a-IIHIi  No expert required to make  a perfect waii, ceiling  -M.M   _���������*���������%'**��������������� _M*4*������4> ���������4^ak������%   m.m\tm*s.\\mm  ���������W      JfmWQL\m   VI%IVRI     IWllill  Empire" Plaster Wall-board  Cau be sawed and nailed like  lumber. It is. fire-proof, rigid and  strong; :wiH not wa.rp> shrink ox  crack and gives a Tbeaaitif tally  smooth surface for Wallpaper,  Paint or Kalsomane.  U'r/'t* us direct for  sample if you can't  obtain from dealer  only u small dose is requtriMl to give  ,   - ��������� ��������� . ... . ,. , ,.    , .       ,. , , instant effect.      For stomach, Kas. fey-  thej;: wero   in   a  condition   saJeyuuTdun;   the   lavv-.s  ol   thosi-  aaltenduig  vhom. ' rnentatton,     crumps,     etn..     Nervilino  Practically  all of them were" found   detleient  in  some   respects:   some  weaye.   should be kent  In every home  .    For  eunde'Enaied and closed tip.     \t should--noc have required  a  gfoat catastrophe ! sure    protccthin.    get "Nerviline" yto  tnid xtie.Jpss o������  maa-jy ILv^s. to lea*i eivie oflioiats to diseliarge a duty which i  should be reeeiviaiK their attention all the tiane. j  And now. when it is too latsv investigation has establisliod that the'.  r\ iihoLd outbreak is the result- oi impure niilk stipplied to uitixons. One raiait!  kills another and he has ao face a trial for murder or matislaitghfer.' In  ���������\.fanua-eal olio ttarusand and anore are lying on sick bods in homes and;  hospitals fighting for lite, and xuoro than two score are dead, ail the result!  of criminal negligence. I  day.      35e at dealers.  Found   Millions  Bui  Received  No   Reward  Many Vessels Wrecked  Ships Lost During Year 1926 Totalled  Three Hundred  A total of 291 vessels were lost lu  tho -world during 193-6- by disaster ��������� aa.:  sea  or5;pav:;"vva-ter\va3'5-fy'   . .f?    .?' ?;  The Bureau bt ISTavigation. has just  anade public its annual eompilatibu on  the subject, showing that 2,01-1 pas-  seaagers were voyaging on ihe wreck-  ed"boats, of whom lip lost their lives.  Among tlie ���������-vessels were ;2-4 private  yachts, the balance, 267, being mer-  ch'aait vessels or passenger ships.  British Doctors Urge  International Code  Would   Remove   Language   Difficulties  in Wireless Consultations at Sea  ;?; .Ata.''-.;'������������������ international--?, medical ;/| dtwle  whereby /remedies "aioif* diseases; l^ow.1"  ite -ta/atasmiLltedf by standia^di^cl??*c^ac?  sigha-ls 'iih, the case o��������� wireless iStedi-  cal coatsultattoits at sea between doc-  torless ships and those "carrying doctors, 3s being urged by British,i>hysi-  ciaatsP By this an eans^ tile fcli.fitc������ltae������>  of langtaage diatereaices are to be removed. ...-;'.' .���������.   ...    ,     "v  British Oh'icer Left Sick Bed to Locate  Wreck  of Laurentic  <i  In the ease ol" this typhoid oviibivak tliea-e is doaablo lu.-g.-leet, on the part  the  health   authorities.     In   the   iirst    place    it    w;is    their   KWorn  to  Commander    Geol'rey    TJhswortla/j  j D.S.O., ?D.S.a, It.N.11., who located tlui!  duty | "Laurentic,"   from   which    ������25,000,000  to  safeguard the health oC all eiaiz-eus through the  assurance, of a supply or ��������� j     bullion his been   ������������������ lved  pare milk.    That is one ot" the duties  oE a civic health department, and for'  the discharge or  vl.Leh.they aro paid  salaries out of "'the taxes oE the ratepayers,    lit tiae second place, medical science has placed  in their hands the.  means of preventing  typhoid, of rendering people iiwmu;ie front its ravages.  Is'ajw that the epideraie- is raging energetic st������������p-������ ate being taken to innoculate  Commander Unsworfch, who is.noAV in charge  of a steaancr trading between CJrims:-  by and the Conlinent, was a pilot in  Irish Avateis and mine clearance officer of the Ixmgh Swilly flotilla when  the "L.aua*eatic" struck.  Ite saved, tbe    ship's    coanplcment,  tarns of thousands  of citizens, when, in the case of matiy, it is overlastiatgly  loo lute. [  Mot onlx- so, hut these emergency measures cost many times as much in;bllt suffdred so much from exposure^  t-lTorl and money as the day to day carrying on of uus all iauportamt vork i that he AVRS adiinitfefl Lo Londonderry!  would cost iu ahe regular work of health, adiuiiiistration. Why is it that j ilospital.:: Adaxaaraitv expeditions fail-'  municipal councils insist they carnaoL afford io' expend .n'oaiey to protect fhe | ing to. locate the treasure.-]aden ves- j  liejtlrh and lives ot thoir people, and ther. expend iiianv tin*es the required ��������� sel> (-ontinandei* 1'nswoilh insisted on I  ntnount   in   a   frantic   endeavor  to   overcome   the   evil   which   through   their j. leaving  liis  sick   hod   to   Lake  part in ���������  Proved safe by millions. andfpresGriibed by physjciims fpirf  Colds       Headache       Neuritis Lumbago  Pain   ....   Neuralgia       Toothache-      Rheumatism .s  shortsightedness has resulted'.'  Aud let not other places adopt a "holier tlian ihoti" 'attitude toward  Montreal: rather let them exataaine their own municipal households. It is a  well established fact, t.hur. sxxaallpox, diphtheria- aatd tyjahoid lever can be  absolutely prevented and banished from our anldst. These frightful disease.'-:  can be ramdered ������as extinct as lla������> dodo, leprosy </r yellow fever. Yet tliey  conthaue to stalk through the land claiming their thousands ol" victims every  vi'iir, Why? liec.aaase ot* wh;i.i an.oaaait'3 to criminal negligence- on the part oi"  health otllcials atnd  people  generally.  Our Westoi:n pn'airie provinces pride themselves in their wut-k for the  promotion of health, hut. they still have a long wny fo'n*av������d in the direction  iti the eradication of prevoauable diseasa\ Thor������-. is jjiiie.lx educational .work  vet-to be done, and it is sLiicera-vly to be. hoped that provincial health departments,   .municipal    <:ouncils   aiaid   health    odiea>rs,    all    doctors,    and    every  the   search.     Has   knowledge  of Irish  waiters   enabled   hint   to   discover   tha-  wreck aaad buoy the spot, making possible   the   recent   salvage   operations, j  I'or   which   honors   and   reward   have!  been geaierously bestowed. |  The  Admiralty    apparently     regard i  the  eonmiandor'.s   part  as   aill   in   thej  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  Accept   only   "Bayer"   packngia  day's   work,   for  so  withoaat  recogai'u ion.  far   it   has  gone  which cpatains proyen directions,^.  Ilandv   "Raver"   bo-xo.a   of   12   tableta  Also Ijottlea^of 24 and, 100���������-I>ruggista.  Aaplrin -Is thft ttn.l* mark itee}������t*x*d !������'. C-n������*_V of'ftWj-M^ft*^ ^''t���������^  acldcatpt of SaltcrllMcUl.(Acetyl SnlteyUc Acltl, 'fA. S, A."). -3VtkUe It la -well known  ttat Aeplrtn meiinn ltaj-.c m_n������,.<.et,irc. to assist the r������Mla ���������**^J&}fi*$&m *Jj?"S*^  vt Buyer .Coma������anjr v������ll',;ba������'������tamp������d with  their Ben.ral liaa������ mwrlc, tUo  *'B*-jr������r Cwua.  i, ' Externally or Internally, it is Good.  [-���������When applied extern-ally by brisk  i nabbing. Dr. Thomas-' Kcle.otric <)ai  opens   tho   pores   anal   pextel raites   the.  organization ititeresUad in the health, happiaaps^ ami well-being oC tho people ��������� tassiue,  lonching  the  seat ot' the  Li;ou-  will' throw thentf-.elves unreservedly into tint ������*amp:iigns ��������� tvsw in progress at  liiany points -ninL������������r the ".Seymour t'lan" Tor the wiping out. of pteyanUable  disease.     The   comnumily   which   does   not   eaagage   iti   thi.;   wnrrnre ' staaatps  iis������'ii'   as. hopelessly   bat;Uvs'iai*d,   staid  highesa   welfare  of  its  people,  iiHlilTeront   lo   the'  be-H   lialcivsls   aaiti  A good wife reni'inihers it cmtaplt |  merit paid her husband us lout; ������n|  she- lives. i  A     Hi Jl������l ill III  'lioliajiini,   Italy  lor--.  s   lo   he   const raieta'ai   nt  to   seal   ."ihOtiO   tipnel.it  #-1  Children Cry for  ���������lSfOTT-TF.1?  Oisloriir    is    eHpo-rirttly   pre-  pared   to   rcliovc.   InfanlB in  artnv ;iml  riailfh*<-n  rail  ng������s  of  Ca>tp-<i{>a1i(������ii,  Tr1nlti1cncy,  Wind  Cr>1ic nnd T)iarrhc������; nlbyiiifj  Fcvcrishncss  arising iliero-  frnm,   and,  hy   ruKaalul.it4j;'   i\w.   Sumuwh   and   ITcnvcls,   aids   the  if'.inailatiuii of Vuoi\; ifivinff healthy and natural sleep.  bla.1 an<t aiumeilii.itely ������a.iioi-uing r'oSlel". |  Aatnnnlstered Internally, if will still j  tin-, irrifatioaa in Ihe throat -which in |  dueos coughing and will axdia^ve at'L'ec-?  floats ol'.(Llie bx'ouchiiil I llba?s natal -res-,  ��������� pirater>������������������'organs. Tr%\ il and be con ;  \ "inced. !  Documents   Are  Guarded !  In  Westminster  Abhey;  j Some  Historical   Papers  Date  Back to  1 Eighth   Ceantui'y *      _:  !      Tha.   IMiiniiaioni    Uoona   nl   W'eslniin- j  sla-r   Abhey   conl. un;;   a   collection   ol i  liis'<n'lcal   dnciuiivitl.i-i     Unit     prohabl.v j  has   no   cotininrpurl    tin'   world   over.,  t'losely giim-deal   In  loidceil, Iron-hamiid.  I chests,   l.he   papers   kept   Ilia-rat   naiin-|  j Iter  over   Hid.Ot'M),   taiad   siaaiie, ol'   I Inuia \  ! alale  back    to    I he    nlft'Utla   .century.!  ' The: a:  documents   :are  now  b������dii'*: pre- j  j pared anal edited  lor publication, nam j  I l������r. Scoll. l.he  lihrmiun of- Ihe 'Urltlk'h  ; lM:uhoiiiu. \f, making tt -f.airel'itl precis ol  i f,7,oa>o of   the   more  Important.  j     To have children sound and healthy  is   the. Ilrst   cue   of   a   mother.   They  1 ciuanol    be   healthy   If   troubled   wltm  i wtu'iaiH,      I se   -vloihea'   t'ravos"   SV'otaai  I l-'.Klertidiiul.or.  IJ1  Anybody who htm a face like n HhIi  Is t'a>vcrllng to lypo, if JJr. W. K.  ���������tl-foKory, Ta-hilly t'ollege. Ilartroa'd, Ih  rhihl. II,. traces tlao evolution ot tho  hnuaaii aaciA froiu that ot a. Huh in ton  Hltiga'H I'liaitilrlrtg  UOO.OdO.OtiO years.  li< avoM iattif.i.i:*>*n^. nlw;������>-.*. h������������U  Tor the s>ia;i������.itiHc o{  Ab'-raitti'l?   I lua Miles - Nn < ipi.-ita-fi.    Pliy.*uciaatt������ everywhere jcconimcnd it.  KIM   wart������  with   Mimird's   Linlmeht.  \V,    N.    V,     1675  The white finger p. Evcrcfady ilhaminatEoti  will point the -way uaifaalirigly.    ���������  Thousands of accidents have been prevented  during the laat year by these watchful sentEnela  o������ tlae night.  Joiai   to-day   the   vast   army   of   Eveready '  Flashlight    usertst   who   have   come   "to  ,l������).pw  Eveready quality a������ the standard by -which all  portable lights' are jiadrRed.  "There in only one Eveready--  .   buy it for safety."'''��������� ..- ?,?,   ���������:.':'r :'?      '���������:;*"'���������'.  Tmio in on CKY,- W������mU������er_, Cui-. UvcMSily-Pa-QRsni-.i---.  Sunday April l'Otli,'0 ������,m��������� Suturclay Ai>ril Ifttli, 11 p.in.,  Sttturday April 23rd, Il .p.m.  Cui-audauti NutuMiua1  Carbon Co., ILi.iui.ctl  Moivtretil  Toronto  >Vlnnipci{  V������n#o������ivt'c  tiV JE_J\l__0-l# jl  SFL AS H LI GUTS  ��������� a3V TjRl flmM} j-TK-lPLs EiS  -tliey /������ut longer THJffi    Iii__'Y.L__iW,    -UIii_:������TON,    B. - a  ������^_f^_r_i _T-_f _f,S^.'!!S^_?^S!_',8      __' Sr"fc "EPS  h!IKMfclw KV &K B������  en i"rvii'iint   t.iiiiif^  Shanghai.���������With aiiolher general  strike iai. the oiling aaad -with Shanghai the cetnre of.a continued flight of  foreign era from the interior, the defence authorities* here aniule furthea-  prepaa'trtioris to protect: the iaiterna  tional   settlement.  A bai'bed wire barrier aiow is being  constructed along the entire length oi'  lower Duty ������fi livestock-'  Western Stock Growers Are Asking  .For .Relief  Calgary.���������Urging the Dominioti to  take all available measures to obtain  relief froan United States daily oai  livestock entering that country, the  Western Stock Growers' Association  addressed a resolution to the Federal  Government. Another  I is f?f_ttvii������i?Mvn wv  SISSPSIB USE'S*3 "S*S I ���������"*%     S :I _������  ILPI_-!\2l\m\jm        I _.XI "U *-J---S  -ft-fti.-t  far  ll_a*fiJ-__4r������'J-  81   B*m5&m**BX*}5.  left With Government  Ottawn.���������AiuoiLdiHeuts.  io   the   Cau-  a-osoiu.tipaf'adj. Grain?. Act,, proposed by the board ;  pointed out the necessity  for keeping j .of  grain  and ��������� scree ji in gs in   Canada".aaid  prohibiting export of this commodity  to the United Stated. A petition will  be .submitted to railways ashing reduction of rates on horses to ah  equality with     cattle.      -The    Alberta  tike AVetaue Kdwnrd VI1. between the   Government was asked for an  appro-  French eqiaeesf-io'n  tipnal? s'itCl^rnent.}'  -and   the   iriterria-  The. SuffollifTlegi-  mont: fnlso'fyyi-as assigned togujud 'the  oftlces of Hie* cable companies sit.ua.t-.  ed iai the Avenue.  Tlie date? of the aiow general strike,  which has been decided aapon by the  general 1 labor uiaion, .vvill., be fixed  later. There aire about 20,000 mi,seel  laneous workers still out from the  last strike.  Meanwhile the? fFa-paziese naval authorities warned the Cantonese that  the Japanese navy "will, hereafter take  drastic steps in the event of unlawful  actions by 'Nationalist soldiers or in  the event-of .firing on Japanese steamers -without good cause.  ifcepOl'i-i*,    COiiiiP.iSO    Ol    4il'iiig    Oil  i-iBc.--.lr.      in     Aim     y.jimicn     V.  priatioti for experiments with grazing  rotation find rehabilitation of nali re  grasses. I>r. 8. F. Tohnie told the  convention that- fanners are "losing  tea. millioar dollai's a year marketing  'beef-.of- poor quality," and urged  establishment of beef grading io better this condition.  ��������� - --Lf r- ��������� ������ ���������       - ���������       ���������* **��������� ���������,        **..������>������  Attained Terrific Speed  Major   Segrave   Drives Car 203   Miles  Per  Hour  New   York.���������Major Segruve's record  of  203.72D8  miles  an 'hour  at Dayton  Beoeh  marked   the  nearest   approach  to  tho highest speed mart has attain-  for-1 *d3 27S: miles aa hour. In a a? airplane.  This  :air  record   was   set.  bv  Floreav  tional 1st soldier on either side  of the! Un Bonnett, ol* Fiance, in December,  river.    Two  Hriaish  si earners   leaving j 3 92-1? ���������   The  fastest mark  by  rail  was  Hankow, which has again become the! '-hat set by  an  engine  inn  five  mile  centre of a nli-foreign activities, weii-j  tired  on.    The    American    destroyea*.  grain   commissioners,   were   tabled '.  in the 1 louse of Cpiumons, along with  correspondence between  the  Mianstei  of Trade and Commerce aud the commission? f:  Oai February  r������,   the  mhaister'"wrote  to the commission asking for .suggested amendments. On February 7, Leslie II..'Boyd,   chief  commissioner,   re  plied, setting 'forth  the proposals.  Tie  stated that the    board    believed    the  provisions of the drafted amendments !  would give the faa*mor ihe same privl-1  leges   as   "the   Campbell   bill,"   which j  -was"before the Commons last session.! the Premier.  The  commissi oner's   proposals,   how-1 ���������  evea-,  defined    the    conditions    under  which   grain   anight   be   delivered   ,to  a country point if the  farmer desireo  to- lal.e delivery, of alle same and ship  it to any specific elevator or point.  The drafted    amendments    covea-cct  the duties of country elevators. While  the* present grain, act limits liabilities  as   to.'weights  and  grades,   the   com-  mission's   proposal   covers   these   two  important, points and gives the. board  novel-  lo  make   regulations   covering  Canada  Not Bound an Airy Way Says?  Premie rK i n<j ���������'������������������.���������'���������  ������������������'Ottawa.���������"Iaa no way has tin's  I?ar-  lianien t or eoiant i-v b<2,en bound .by dei:  cisioais made by  the. Ihpe.rial Confer- j  ence. last fall,"  declared' f*reanier AV.  Iu.. Mackenzie  King,  in the llonso of  tfommon.s, when  he; reviewed  ihe re  ports  adopted at   the  Confea-ence,  in  I.ondon.'   Referring to tlie question of  defence.  Premier King ydeclaa*ed  thai,  no   commitmenas  li.id  beexi  made  oia  behali: of Caaiada with respect to de-.  fence, and aio i*ecpiest .had beeai naadara  9ji behalf of tbe British   Governuieni;  In' the    anattea*.      It    ws   lor    each  Dominion,   through   its   own   govern  nient and parliament, to' decide.  *Tt is for this ���������-parliament' to say to  what? extent  Canada will  lake  in  all  "Ili-alB  B  Si"-S-E  ; ���������������������-_- mm. bav-a  Ottawa. ���������-" ITbhV Ernest Lapointe,  Minister of Justice and? chairman oi"  the Imperial Conference eomniitte'e on  treaty"-malcing powers, cpniinueu the  Hoaasb debate oai, the Imperial Coaifer-  encie:yMr. I>a.poJiite ?was emphatic thlia:  the Imperial conference of 1926 hart  no -authority to) change'one'iota ot *-h������  British North Ainerica Act or any.  constltaiitifpii offtlve?ICmplre. What the  conference did, Mr. Lapointe exclaimed, was to crystallize "the priai-  "cspie- of equality of status, which wa������  already recognized and which w-n s  the logical outcome of the develop-  matters pertaining   to   tleConce,"   saLolment of the. various-nations. - It put������-  Manitoba Liberal Leader  tr.  John I'). Ford, which recently canie  liere from Manilla, was fired oai between Shanghai- and Nanking. Thi-  deslroyer brought its four-inch guns  aaid   anaciiiaie  guns imp action   in  re-  pi>">. y; )-.������������������';? .���������-.  Disquietiiig repo^'ts have been com-  jiig- from lfankow, scene pf? anli-foreign aiisordeis some time ago. Advices from a Japnne-e source in thai  city said y that soldiers , in civilian  clothes, j-.uhlaus and: laboa* pickets  were overrunning the city and that  the Japanese     women    and     children  run from irieuiins to Jacksonville, j  Fla., in 1903, by attaining an average ���������  of .120 miles an hour. .   !  On the water, Miss Dotx*oil, an 3 920,;  at LiiJce George, set a recoi'd of 77.So |  miles an hour for speed boats, while j  on the Solent, Fnglancl, the Maple'  Leaf IT. made Sal miles an hour' in  3021. ���������-'  The recoa-d of the 'Cainaa-d Vm<;>  Maureiania is 27.01 knots, while thai  ol" the Leviathan  is 2S.0I.  jujinA Mynt/i a. Robson ElecSfid  Succeed Hon. T. C. Morris  Winnipeg^���������Judge Hugh A. Kcbson,  K.C., proanment in the public life of  the West for many years, is the new  leader of. the jirovincial Liberal party.  He was elected to succeed Hon. T. C.  Non-is, who tendered liis resignation  a   year   ago,   at   a   parly    convention  the  method   of drawing samples.  The I held here.  board, too,  could invest igate disputes T.    .1 udge. Itobson   was  elected   irom   a  'regarding ''grades aiad weights. Jn his I slate   of  several   nominees,   including  letter,   Mr. 'Boyd, states   that,   he   be-.[ I*><"d C. Ilaaniltoai, foraher president of  lieves   the   proposals   to   be   fair  reasonable to all p*u*tit-s.  lished a detinite, cleai* and official adherence |p that priiicipic. It did. that  In siic-lx a way as to make it the greatest contribution? 10 the permanency of  the free association of the nations of  the I*Ji_i*oi.rO; It is the final" and. unequivocal acceptance of the principle  of unity aaad liberty, unity preserved  and enshrined in the Jlritish throne  and liberty in all domestic.and.-external activities of tlie various nations  of the commonwealth. It is n^T.ohg-'  or the case of *. .   .  "A-   daughter   am   I   in   my   mother's  --��������� house.  But a mistress in my own���������" ,,,.-  audi tho ' provincial     Liberal     .Association.'!  "The? family   is   a  family  of sisteri.  equaL in tlaeij- rights aaid activities--'  Spanish-Seulh Ameri  i-tt". Norris who.is tlae leader of the  Liberal group in the' Legislature, was  nominated  _-M_n  ivuu  Judge-   J-Obsoaa,  ciff_n������  U1VHU  hrt  Air ServicePlannedi 2  And, concluding his speech, Mi*.  Lapointe declared, to rounds of Lib-  but: withdrew Diis name. ^ eraj applause,' that alio principles underlying the pact would illumine tho  way to peace,? progress and nationhood.  who   was   borai   in  Bartow - in-Fnrnoss,  Kngland,   in'  1S71,  mio lo (."anada in 1SS2. p.nd is a pioneer resident of Winnipeg.  Will   be  ���������n-ent  there will emliark on  ihe first avail-i  able steamer. !  No  Made  Further Amendments to   be  to the Present Act  Although the groat, ma;joritv of anas- !     Ottawa���������"The Government does not  sionaries,i%>ho,tat-e.P|or?oC Claiaa fi>et^lld ^  extend   the   present proyis  now.en  route for  Shanghai,  or plan���������  1 ions of the pension    act    by    fui'tlaer i  Started   if   German   Govern-  Finawces   Completion   of  Airship  Berlin.���������A iish 1 p     service      between  Spain   aaid  .South     America, ' .startlais"  within  IS moaiihs,    is     predicted     by  IIiiKo Keknor; Zeppelin    expert,    provided   llu* Clermaan     Govej-nanent     furnishes the  remaining  2,000,000  marks  necessary-   for   lie   completion   of   thi.-  airsbip  to be used    which     is     hcitas  ���������biailt in Germany.  Death of Sir Gharies Tapper  Many Claimants to Millions  Was  aning to start soon, about 100 are refusing to leave their posts in the  Vangtse Valley, despite the advice ot  iitalhorities.  Increase In Taxable  Value of Proprety  Statistics    Show    Figures    Higher   for  amendments   this' yea)'," stated  J.   II.   King-,   Minister   of   Health  Soldiers'    Civil    Jle-establis'hiuen  the House.  Tho    pieseiit  said  I>r.  King-,  all   disabilities  euried   dairing  Hon.!     Similar agreements are. expected io  ahn-i be aaegoliated  with the Argentine ana  iu  other South    American    governmentf*.  One   of   Canada's   Most   Distinguished   Elder  Statesmen  Vanconvea*.���������Hon. Sir Charles Tiap-  peiv Iv.C.M.G., K.C.L.B-, died at his  home here following an attack of  ���������pneumonia which had confined him'tell is home for nearly two   weeks. 'here  Sir Charles, was one , of Canada's |  most distinguished statesmen. lie was i  born in Amberst, N.S., in 1S55* the son '  of   the   kite   Right   Hon.   Sir   Charles  Dutch  Merchant's Fortuaie Has. Drawn  Interest for 200 Years  Adelaide, Australia.���������A fortune oi:  $000,000,000 which has been --accruing;  at interest for 200 years, is to he subject of issue in the courts, according  to   cialans . that   are   now   beiug   fileu  it is planned'at first to make n round . Tupper at oaae time- prian-e aniitaster of  pension     1 eg-islaliam,  provides  pensions  foa-  "aita'ibaaieal   to. or   iai  1'iiilitaJT   sei'vioe,"   ami  Tor "disabilities resulting frc'iii injury  or disease or the nggra'vatioai  thereol'  incurred during  military  service." Ko  Period From 1919 ^o 1925 i ex-soldier -who   was   so  disabled   was  Ottawa.���������An increase of $1,30?.,772,-: denied a  pension,    but    j*esponsibilily  SS������ in the total taxable value of real j aioiald aaot be accepted for those* whose  property in Canada is shown  for the j .disabilities  were   not  related   to   war  year "U'2n as compared with 3919, tic-1 sea-vice.  eordinpr to a    report   issued    by    the j  i  Dointiiion Bureau of Statistics.  The total value of taxable property  hi the, Hondnion was $7,031,785,5*15 in  the yoai' aander a-tivlew as against $0,-  02S,0l2,Hlf>  hi' Mm*.  Pea*sonal property, which is oailr������  taxed iai e.'-rljiin iirovhiees, increased  n-oau $r>2,f)ni),7:ifl In lUlU to if5(!.|.*a2,i:M  In  B'25.  trap to South America every three  ���������woehs. can-ying ������t,.i.15-i,on.. caa-go consisting mostly of mails hut including  some passeajgers. la. is estimated that  tho (light ao South Ana erica wall require  from 75 to HO hours.  the J.iominion.  Cain   in   Employment  .Ottawa.���������Thea*e   was,   a  gain in employ meant at aha:  Salt  For  Dyspepsia  Washington. ���������-- Common  salt  is as  etl'ecaive   as   any   other   remedy    for  dyspepsia, according to re ports of re-  seiu-ch   ot.   the     T'niversily     of     Mel-.  boaaa*ne,   Australia,   recently " vee������ivod I  modea-atej here.     Dr.   F.   A.   Appafly   has   fount*j  beginning ��������� that coauaajon sail: helps certain types  Edward Webher, morchant.-r-prijicc.  of Holland iii tlae days wheii the  Dutch" ilag was supreme in the worhi  of commerce, died iia Kew York"leaving an eccentric will, bequeathing an  enormous sum to has seventh generation, claimants  assert.  The fortune, will eh has now grown  to $500,000,000, maty ei'eate at least  .150 Australian millionaires for juore  than that number In the city of Adelaide Hione claim a  share.  Tlie claimants aro calling a laaeelinj;  to discuss the mattetv  British Will Protect  Colony of Hong Kong  of-March,  the  upward   movement be-  i ing .rather move    extensive    than    iaa  i t<aa*lier   years   recorded.     The   largest j  i increases   took   placa   in  ijajinufnctaar-  of   plain  dyspepsia.  Betting Bill Defeated  London.--An attempt lo introduce a  i iaag'and construction,    while    logging,, hill .lit   tlm   House   nl'   Commons   to  in   Engl und   was  de-  of mi; to Ii.  | mining ami  slacker.  inaue     Avere  seitsontilly i ]egiill/,e   belling  i feale'd by a vote  Thrown  Out  OU aw a.--The palvato hills  commit  ten  of the House of Commons throw  out mi. act  to incorporate the "Thon-  sund     Isltnids    3ntei*aa:itlonal     llridge  Corporation.''  *i*  ���������sftaaaaatsp  MSBlte  I_HU*aN  mm*  ^V������IJJ^K|J,#it^'p[|,^j44-i^ii;.'^  -iiiWinfa riia  t?sfee to Motliertst  Write: The Borclcn  Co. Limited, aVlon-  ircnl, tfor Fccdirajr  Chart aiaid helpful  Baby Wcl fare Book-  lct. Iil8j:7  Have    No    Intention    of   Diminishing i  Riabts or Authority J  Hong Kong.- -The Ih*a1 ish go\*ern i  nun! will give full proteclioaa 1o ahe  colony of Ifloaig Kong nnd; the loused  tei'-ritoiies oai the mainland during the  cavil waai'araa In Chiaua, according lo  aiR.surances given by the local .secretary of state.  The noercitnry's comniuaiieatloaa sniil  tin*' government hsis no inteiilloaa of  surrendering Hong Koaig or abaauhm-  ing or diminishing fii any way UrilSsh  rights or ttaitliorlly iaa any part of the  lorrhorioH under-'lis aOmlailslratlon.  Leaving   For Australia  Ottitwa,   -���������-   Hon,   lOinest    Laiiohate,  Minister  of  .InslJce.  leaves   Thursdaj  night   for   Vitncirnver   where   he   will  embiirk  tor Auatraliji oat  April  <J.  iMi*.  I^apolnto  will    roposetit    Caaaada    aa  the opwiJtag of the.  Australian Porlia-j  iiuual   buildings  ut.   Cunbi.-rra  on   'Mtiyl  ihe lull.  Is  Made An Indian  Chief  Victoria. IU!." - - Ills Kxeellenc.v  Lord Willhigdoaa, Covei'iior-tlonevn! ol  Caiuida. is noM* Chlei: CottUi-.hun, ������.r  <.MiIef Ritnbow, of the Vanemavei* Ih-  hand taidlut. Irlbes, having l������ien i nil hated here hi one of the most plaituv-  ok*|U<> and colorful crroinonfos ever  ivlliir.'ified  Iaa   Ihis city,  Trappers Ovesrta.k*e Swift Dee_r  ��������� ���������.. .^"��������� .^i  ?:d5i?S?5M%i  ������:^p|j|^l  esr  \v.   s.   [:.   it;:.  T:i)!!n, J-*i'tjhonl.i, ha:.  bioadcastlaag   situ Ion,  I'ltib t ln'i-e alreiidy   h:i*  ju:-,l eipcimd III;  mad aim radio  aiiai nieiaihers,  "Muny tuh'H  have    drifted    down  from   ihe north  of  how   men   have.  nvorUiluui    and    ctiptureal    wolves,  dnur and  other swh'i-footed   laahnh-  1 taunts of Ihe woods of Ontarhi aud -  Quebec, linrtdei's of su<*h have often  been Hlaoplenl ban  iho above photograph, tahen hnly n shovt disanee  ������'a*oiii Uio Canadian Piudne l!m.*H In  thn  "Ltiurnmhan   ISlouutalus,  proves  linen hi Utr< J,ttnr<antl*.na >lounliains.  Hint   such   a   ihbm   Is   F>ossible.   In .  tite   cuse  of  deer  at   least.   Ila-avy  snow, its '"'<n be/RiM'n, ua'coiints I'or  this and lit ihe plcitai-on above sev-  a>ral   irappej's   on   snowshoe.s   have  .sajca-CH'di'iH In a-:apliii'liig 1 "tvo animals  In    uuosthaaa.      The    <h>er    looklaag  phacidly   -nto   Lh.������.   cauaera   was   no  doubt   caught, o'nJy    taller    an    ex-  luiustiiig   chnHe   through   the   deep  (lail'ls.    Tho  Hitlo  floi-������ 'Unit   h<*ouis  lo  lie ;|UhI   :i������a armful   I'or the I nipper, Will doubllers he admired  In it  hIuh'I   I line  by   thntisunds ot pa*a)j)la>  in soinn city purk.   '.I'rappm-K In Iho  uoi-tlierai   sections   of  Onlui-hi   ������uil  l,)lleboc   htivi" Mivi-d  uuiiiy   nl   1Iich������i  young aailinnls, l'a*ona  ilealh  b>'  l'i*������"e-  lug   them   front     heaty     drlilM     ������d  Harvesters From Oxford  Unavei-sity    Students    Plan    to    Help  Canadian   F^riUcrs This  Year  Cxforal, -��������� Oxford University sIndents fire phiaanlng to help harvest, alio  Cjinadinaa whetat crop aiext sutmaa������-r,  T'arlios of^saudents are being recrnil-  ed under the Joint .auspices of tlie?  Cunadlan goveraaaiaenl and a Canadinn  railway. They will sail iu .I'uly lor  Mottla-eaal tiaad will work on Ontario  faraaas until the middle of August,  moving oai later to 'Muniloba and re-  j turulaig to I'Cnghiml Tor the a*e-open-  ing of college, ha October.  jctir ao  Wrigley'a,  you  are  pelting   benefit  as  well.  Y  Miaow, itrad Uuih Ue'ipltii-; Hh������in from  |i.i������:kw iai   huii'-,!**   wolv������i������,  0flX.  f.������i*>4   %>kHi4y   tmtng. warn  pOk*---^*^^  ffiS$iw&^d%^^  _   _     BflirMp-fljM^  ^?Vvfi'���������"'''>  fr"  ft  II  il  _X,  iff  '.TOE?''CBESTC5   BETIEW  :"������____-. 442L. -j*-^   -^L. "g-**^   *_^������  SULPHUR and MOLASSES  Sulphur and Cream of Tartar Lozenges  COMPLETE  tSA&E,&JCi.M~.L* OUTFITS  See oiiF (Store for Specials to  Clear before Moving  * CRESTON DRUG & BO  GEO. BL KJS_LI_Y  Angliean Glmroh Si  SUNDAY,   APRIL.  17  SIKDAR-  nd 11 -a na.  7.30 p.m.  2.30 p.m.  IMPROVEDRANGH FOR SALE  S_���������"-acre ranch   at  Duck. Creek,   five  acres cleared   and   about an  acre   in  strawbeprk^s*; good house, Ap������������ly Jas.  Manner inc. S-irdar. B.<J.  *-' *     ������  A. COWrFORT  MILK PRICES :  JERSEY 7 Quarts for $1  HOLSTEIN. 10 Quarts for $1  Watch for new Milh Prices  effective May 1st.  Monday  4 to 6 p. tn.  Tuesday  I to 6 p.am.  Thursday  1 to 6 p.m.  Friday  4 to 6 p.m.  Saturday  8 a-m. to 10,30 p.m.  V. MAWSON  GOVERNMENT LIQUOR AGT  Local and Personal  R. Wniters arrived home <tm Friday  from a   n.on.fa*s stay with   fraenda in  Spoteane*  Potatoes fo������ Sauk��������� About 5 tons  Netted Gems. $25 a ton at rnneh. $3.  Haaskins, 13rick*������������������n.  Fob Sale���������Strawberry pl������ntss. Van  Sun, at S7 per 1000. E. Ostraxa ek y.  Alice Siding.  For Salk���������1-cow American separa  toa*, Kotid ������s ne vv, $15. ' Angns Cameron, Erickson.  Mrs. Rumsey of Cranbrook arrived  Monday on a visit with her mother.  Mrs. M. Yoaang.  Allss Selriia Anderson of Ku_.her.ey  arrived on Saturday on a visit *wi*_b  her parents here.  Piano For Sale���������Mason & Risch  paa.no, fumed oak rinis-h. -good hs new.  Enquire Review Office.  Hatching E-ggs���������For Sale Spangled  Sussex eg-gs, $1 for setting of, 15 eggs.  E. H. Pridhnm, Creston.  Stbawbebbt Plants ��������� Senator  Dun-lap and Van San mixed, $5 per  1000.    A. Wickholm, Canyon.  Miss Margenry Hamilton, who has  been a Nelson visitor the past few  weeks, arrived home on Thursday.  For Sale���������Van San and Parson  Beauty strawberry plaints, no weevil^  $6 per 1000.    Fred Lewis, Creston.   .  Manager Allan and Cashier Dewar  of the Imperial Bank staff, were week  end visitors with friends In Cranbrook.  The Premier garage reports the sale  of a _S5s7 Chevrolet sedan to Guy  Greenwood, wbo took delivery last  week.  At Cook's Greenhouse, now is the  time to place your ordea-s for Easter  Lilies. Pot Plants and Cut Flowers for  Easter.  Strawberry     Plants ��������� Parson's  Beauty plants  for sale.    $7'per 1000..  A. Cox, Vaness Ranch (Alice Siding),  Creston.  P. Baker, fifteen years experience  electi'ical work, estimates given for  wiring. Box 12, Review Offace, or  Camp Lister.  Stbawbebry Plants ��������� Senator  Dnailap and VnnSan strawberrv plants  is t $6,50 per 1000. Moamrd 'Wigen,  Wynndel,  B.C.  Pias For Hale���������Ynrkshire-Ditroo  Je*sey cross, ready Apial 5.7th, going  price.    A.G. Cox, Vaness Rainuh (Alice  Sichng), Creston.  The local and nenrby markets aire  oyersupplled with fresh eggs and the  price was dropped to 25 cents a dozen  rat the the end of the week.  Fp*s:!Sa5l,"S-���������-C/IhevrolPt tonring car.lfs  good cdndlivionf j������S350f Also three lots  next Church of England, and 4-rooni  cottage -with two lot-s^ For terms  apply Mrs. W^ K?l Brown.  We, are howryfybooking orders for  Tomatoes, Cabbages, Cauliflower, eels'"fF an������ 3sssos'ts?d fiovi'er pssatats for  spring planting. Place your ordetrs  ettrly.    Cook's Greenhouse, Creston.  Houses to rent are not to be had  this sprheg- and those forced to eeex  new homes are compelled to take  apart-Tien ts over some of the vacant  stores on -the lower tide of the track.  At the Women's Institute meeting  on Friday afternoon Mrs. C. Mtirrell  was named the delegate from the  local institute; to the provincial institutes' conference at Challiwuck next  month.  The C.P.R.are gradually disposing  of their reu. estnta-i holdings in  the village. This week W. O. 'Taylor  has ptirchased a block of sis: lots ?.&  corner if Fifth Sta'eet and Victoria  Avenaae,  *a^ ^i*a.*f i. ������^.  ff^^*,  uuiiurvj     ������������.'F  iUULiUruj*        KCS      ���������������  service and the banks will also be  closed for the day. At tbe postof_ace  the general delivery wicket will be  open from 5 to ft p.m. only.  : A meeting to fnlly i-e-organize Ores-  ton District Brass Band !s called for  Tuesday night, April I9th, at 8 p.m.,  at the Hod arid G-un Club hiafon  Barton Aven tie. A full turnout of nil  interested as earnestly requested  ������n6Cir  r%*r%  5������_"i_._i.  Shropshire and Dorset ewes that  wiii have two lambs each. $35 for two  sheep and four iambs. Parties wanting  two or more sheep should order now  as customers will be supplied as soon  no !ut>ilw"a-.<i'iv'c.     .7-   _"*4A"VISL flr^iatrsrs.  as iambs arrsve.  ������>���������   ua.  VIS, Or  *a^t9_u-waakJ������  T}������\     Q    Pgf      fin!   '  fi^ff'         SO" So  Trinity "Church Ladies' Aid remind  of their Easter sale of needlework,  home cooking and candy, with afternoon tea at Trinity Church' basement  t>omoa*row (Satna-day) afternoon, 3 to  5.30 o'clock.        .  Hod and Gun Club officials state  that the flocks off wile, geese that are  making a stop on Creston flats on  the flight north, are much laa-ger and  nioa*'numerous this yearth an in any  past, reason.  School closed for the usual Blaster  wpek vacation yesterday. Principal  Kelly off. the high school, and Miss  Ross, viw-principal of the public  school, are intending to spend the  holiday at the coast.  According to the official records the  tbe snowfivlloff the past winter to tailed 49 inches���������a very average year's  fieciimutation of the whate goods. 1013  appears to have been the record year  for snow when 109 inches were record-  Rev. S. Newby officiated at a quiet  wedding at Ohri&t Church on Saturday afternoon, when he united in  marraage Miss Elsie Gwendoline Foster of Yahk with James Victor Miliar  of Kitchener/ The couple were unat  tended.  Wednesday* April 20*th, has been  proclaimed cleam u'** da-**- for the village. Parties are requested to pile  their rubbish (but not ashes) convenient to the street, and the next day it  will be taken away without cost to  ihe householder.  The Easter children's service at  Christ Chun h, announced previously  for 2.30 p.m., is changed to 10.15 a m.,  in order that Kev. S. Newby can take  an afternoon service ac Siadar. An  offea-lng will be taken in. eggs to go to  either Nelson or Cranbrook hospitals.  M. V. Allan, Nelson, governanent  check scaler for the Kootenays, was  here on an official visit at-the end of  the week. He has five opea-uting mills  -under his jurisdiction locally, which  last year accounted for a cut of over a  eleven million feet nt lumber as well  as 92,000 railway ties, "*  imititiger xvpugei-s is piivuing oo  two shows at. the ������rand this  ���������week���������Friday ��������� and Staturday haghta���������  when he is showing the? stealing comedy, "Irene" adapted from the light  opera of the siinse saats, and featua-  ing Colleen Moore ,   "'  The gW.M.S. of Trinity United  Church have postponed the April  nterting until Tuesday, 26th, when  Miss McGa-egor, travelling secretary,  will be here. The meeting will be held  in Liae church at 3 p.m. All are invited to be present.  Rev. W. B. Daily will deliver an  app i oprla te add ress���������on * 'Oai vary*���������at  the uaaited service at .the Parish  Hall on Good .'.Friday' evfenahfg. In  which the Anglican and United  Church pastors will also participate.  The service is at 8 o'clock prompt.  Up to the end of tbs week 125 auto  licenses have been Issued at the CapeF-  top office of the provincial police,  which is considerable, of a gain  over  a *y*g ^Minnjber of cars nsnKisn^^ sii" *his  time last year. To date almost 300  driver's licenses have been issued.  Satisfactory reports were presented  at the annual congregational meeting  of Trinity United Church last Tuesday night;~ A gratifying feature of  the financial'statement was the reduc=  tion off the church debt by over $1700  since ate opening in Decernbea, 1925.  Our former townsmen C G. Ben.nett  and A. R. Swanson are developing  unusual activity in community effort  in   their hew    home   towns.    The for-  - *g  colleen  7Sr  a "4^^?  =^^re  in  ss:  has jisst bsen saameaa secretary o&  uiith the World^s  Greatest Fashion  Show in Nature's  own Colors  Adapted from the musical  Oomedy that sets a new  pace for the laughmakers.  Gowns that will amaze  every dressmaker In  Paris.  Hollywood beauties that  will open your eyes.  REGULAR PRICES  Fernie Rotairy Club, while "Swaainy"  is doing the secretary work for the  newly organized Kimberly public.  library.  The Ladies'' Conservative Club are  having an evening of bridge whist  and dancing in the Parish Halt on  Friday night, April 22nd at the Parish  xxkH, with cards due to start at S  o'clock pionipt. Priaes will be si ven  and the music will be iu charge of  Mrs. Lister. All Conservatives are  invited and a good time assured.  The conduct of the atfairs of Trinity  United Church Ladies' Aid the past  year was so satisfactory that at the  annual meeting on Thursday after.  noon the former officers wea*e re-elected by acclamation, as follows:  President���������Mas, G. Cartwright.  Vice���������President���������Mrs. T.   Goodwin;  "Secretary���������Mrs.  W. U. Crawford.  Treasurer���������Mrs. B, B. Staples.^  The Aid had a membership of 34 the  past year, and the cash intake was  just over $S0O, praictacally all of which  was used for the reduction of the  church debt and paying for Improvements made on, the parsonage.  Trinity United Ghurch\Ladies'  Aid announce their usual  Easter Sale and Tea for  Trinity Church Basement  sary, April it.  3 to 5.30 p.m.  Plain and Fancy Sensing  Home  Cooking  Candy  AFTERNOON TEA  EVERYBODY WELCOME!  Notice of Application for Beer  License  Notice ts hereby Riven Oiat on tho 4th day of  May noxt Mio aindeifalfirncd laitondR to apply ao  the "Liquor Control *Bot������"d for a Ilconso .n ros-  ������oct or proiiaisod bohif; p-irfc oC���������tlio bullrllnfir  known ixHthu McOonnoll Hot������l. ALtnnt^aat .Ktt-  chenor. D.O., uj>on tho liuauln alosorHioal ars ]jot;  Throe m, ]31ooit Throo (3}, Kltolaciaor ToVamBltc,  No1������on Jjand Kccrlfita'atlon Uiiatrict, Ita tho Prov-  luco of Britlfth Oolumbln, tor tho aalo ot "o-ocr* by  tho plima ob by t!io opon bottlo Cop oonaumptlon  the  on the iK'oiniHOR,  Datotl this 90th day of March- 1Q2T.  A*KQ]a;L.A ItlZZUTO.  WATEl fir AGT  Notice of Application for ihe  Approval of Plans  It haa been announced frona Victoria  Ti.ka3 i-ioth-ei tHwal.Oa-l-.nlam rt������aalMWfttlou Coaa-1 thiifc  non-ieHSdent ffl������hln*K license fa������eB  jmnw, Ijtualt*'*!. will "uti'ty to l*h������a r-iomiitrrallffl'of ... .  "VVnttir lta������lai������t fair t-lin amatttviil utf tliu olaim of will^ liegimaiiiK til lb y pr | ������gj. a*everfc to  Iho workM U* Imia^onHtniw������fl for tho ������llvon*lnia ', i... *���������, ,.,���������,, ���������������,,,,to ,*t id. ...v., ,������..��������� ^.. <i������ia  aau-r wi.tor from Cioat Itlvur ������a������l������p npultoatlon for ������''������1' *��������� "���������,-* wxuXH off "SB1 per tiny or JBIO  n. I l������jnH������> for loworltut w������tor imrmiMO, wlai-la for tho Hanson.  tt-ppllrjautlom wiw rthwl In Uio aolllcft or tho WiiUr |  i|i������a������sorclBr fit NotHori on thti llHIa ilay oa* N<ivrorn  St. Stephen's Church tennis club  remiaid of their cafeteria ten nnd sale  of home cooking atb Mrs. Henderson's  on Sattirdny itftornoon, April 23rd.  For. Sa_._5���������Two milk and butter  cows, ono -jiiHfc fresh aind the other will  freslisan in .Jtane, Also few Ba������cks of  potatory.    Anjj;tis Cameron,  Erickson.  W.' B. Martin, O^P.R. agent, has  ���������again {oiaaetl Lint auto owning fraternity. He has JoRt ptirohaBed a Cht^va-o-  let   coach from  the  Premier ffartaRe,  Mias Anna Anderson, who Iia with  the l-iurison's Bay Company at Wintil-  pppf, Mian., arrived on  Mondny on  n  vtnit with  inn*  parents, Mr, and   Mrs.  A. Anderson,.  in  EXCELLENT VALUES IN  ���������bur. um\.  Ti������������* witUn* Ih Ua h������ ttdvui-Loal 1nnn tho jiulel  wl.rwinai oik N.K, 1-1 Tn. R, Rootoraiay. for pan*-  jjoho aif ro-chi.raaB'tl'Jji of bu jwirtlon of t!i������ IC������ot:c-  j������uy FlatH.       ������  Th������- (iIjvuh mh\ M|M!<-.ifl(������t.l:ioi)H ut llm nnM woflua.  |mv������> honri i\Un\ In lliunninriaof thai ''ornnlpollnr,  ���������iBtarl (liipll('ut!*tta rif wiioli pluaiut. Haul  Mgiovinont'lotiH  urn tiifvu u(M-.u \a������ "ntH\\w.%\*.������m   111   alio OaitcU uf 15������'.  SV'iit^ir Hi������np(vii1nT at NoIcmim.  4lli.|f*|-l������MiM iiii������y bn lllaio*! with lh������t ('otai|itroll<M-  id iinv tlm.i- palaii' to I Kmi *ix|ili*Milinn ol/Mnlily  rt.^-h iviU'x I Im iHr-Ml pnliliic:nl Inn nl' it'll', nul ho,  "I'liai iti*1 fi <jI* tlum Hrm? lat.bllcnlton (if thlw imaica"  |n April  a. il������7.  Ut KK'I'ON- HKCLAM a;|.;M >N < K >M IVa N V.  fly A. h. MctCirLl^frst Aimiit.  U,   C,   llnrriH   nrrlvwl   from Lotla-  11ridk~> 1 nut wt"������������k to tt-iku -chargaH ol'  ������prEng and BMmwiiT operations on the  f_nf]r.li"ll   ranch,   which   h-o purohaMid  uhtuiit throe y<mr������ it^o.  Th������    O.G.I.T.   ������f    Trinity   United  Ohnrota wi'H" h������������������l'.eNHeM to ������lat������ ToxIm  imyr* at n. v.-ry i**a,i������.iytiblM Ho<-.iail in Lite  chtU'Ph hull on Friday night, Al������<-m(,  two 1111 vnt.hu. jifra thai bnyN wiarta homtw  hi who liar fn rial on to lltai- C.O.I.T.  DRESS LENGTHS, consisting of Voiles  .   (Qrepes, -SroadeSotk^, and llayons  Make your se-loctions while our range ia complete;  Potter's English Prints  Latest patterns, and colors all guaranteed fast,  We have also a large range of  Washweil Ginghams, 36 in. wide, at 50c, per yard  Tins is the ideal goods for children's wear.  i  Ory Goods  Groceries  Furniture  Hardware  t0iim>Mmmnm*m*mum  wmmm  *<c_*  miMmwm^mwsmiMmmm  ���������urn  ***r4rif*W  '  1^-t������t/*^__A',*l'W*t  , %*ii_^sm.' *v *"  ^mmtmf>m*m������������.i������t*jmm iimiMj  <li<n������X������aiiil  imwiiMiiiiiii'iirtwitliii  MMM  ������*���������**  iiav������������iwaifei^^M*������TwiiM������  l_������t!'_3_%!_&l-___.  fliilMltiT^^  tHI  m  m  mi  m  1


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