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Creston Review Mar 18, 1927

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 *x  \   .   ������*??'  Voii. XIX.  CRESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, MAECH IS, 1027  as  Melt Beam and O. D. Biles of Barick-  son and Creston respectively were  Crestwood visitors last week, on a  cougar trail headed for Corn Creek.  The East account heard was that the  cougar was still ahead and going  strong.' ' ?���������>f  Andy Lovestrom has been .camping  at the Davis shed the past week, on  trapping operations. i,  Mr. and Mrs. R. Phillips and family  of Kelvingtoh., Sa������kf were visiters at  Crestwood the past week, aa-''   .-  Snow has about all disappeared Off  the mssid������W8������������ Crestsocd aa^^ttleT  are beginning to follow the thawing  Hu0 sorts *jc������*rd;  yy. yry-. '{..'i*/,  Robins and   nieadowlarks wintered  at Crestwood, and later the geese nnd  row   band   has.  arrived   with" their  u*uat early morning calls.  "Lndwlg Johnson of Oreston waa  here an a visit with his brother,  Albert, a  few days hast week/  With the talk of reclamation now;?  numerous enquiries- are coming in for  land at Crest wood, and as it is well  supplied with water for irrigation and  electric light pow������r, as well as beautiful scenery, Crestwood Heights is destined to attract the businessmen and  others who prefer to hVe in the  suburbs rather than in the heart of  the city.*  the Winlaw camp all winter,  where  operatic ns ended Saturday.  Miss Lacy BSarsbaH left this week  for Elko, on a visit wirh her sister*  Mr, W. Kelly.  Ton; Anderson, who was down from  the Alice mine all last week, was busy  with land clearing operations. He  went back to work on Monday.  John Miller went to Cranbrook" ca  Wednesday last and retisrned the  next day with his son,' Joe, who is just  about as well as ever after an opera  tion for appendicitis in St. Eugene  hospital a month ago. .  - - :A'. Blaine of Nelson, water recorder  for this district, with an assistant,  was here on an official visit ��������� last week,  vimkiuK measurements on one of the  Council Considers  ^a  rmtmumm*<ma  springs in the bill back  lace. .  of theBeazer  Alice Siding school trustees aire having some trouble maintaining the purity off the water supply in the well and  iSigSrvSug  There was a. full turnout of the  commissioners for the March meeting? of the village council on Monday night, with Chairman McCreath presiding.  - The correspondence read included a letter fron? a Mr. Muirhead of  Vs"nQGwves% en electrical .engineer  who advised that he could interest  the necessary =, capital to ; provide-  the village with an electric tight  plant. The el-erk will advise him  that a vote on the question is being  taken this week, arcs' in case the  decision is against tbe present pro-'  ject be will be so advised.  J. W. Craig had  a petition b������  February   accounts totalling $134  were ordered paid.  "ViSlag'S firsHS!i!*sr T������twlor rs-^ort?  ed considerabl. activity in the payment of dog licenses, 58 owners  having obtained tags, whioth just  about accounts ibr all the. canines  resident within, the corporation.  190T-' payments of village tsses  ���������are about oa par with 1^6 receipts  from this source to date. Appoint  ment of clerk W. O*- -Taylor as  re ceiling officer for the electric  light plebiscite was confirmed.  :*mi*mmBm^VBm:vm*rnegp^  '-  Brara���������OnMarch Oth. to; Mr. and  Mrs. A. Spencer, a son, '  Canyon wais -well supplied with  church services on Sunday afternoon.  At 3 o'clock Rev.; J. Herdman took, the  usual United Church worship^ and at  4.30 Pastor . Helquist, who I. wfist'here*  from Cranbrook, had a Swedish ser  vice* /  piping a supply from the mine tunnel  in the hill just about opposite the  school.        .'* y:  - Mrs. J. C Martin was hostess this  week to the ladies bible study ehib  conducted by Miss Morgan of Creston.  Their is a social half hour at the close  of the gatherings which . are well  attended and much appreciated.  Frank Si mister as going heavier into  poultry this season and is now busy  -with the erection of a 10 x 16-foot  addition to his poultry house.    :  Mrs. J. J. Grady got* back on Tuesday from a visit in Spokane.  Mr. _ Pollard of the water lights  branch. Nelson, whb here on an official  vssit-������*m Tuesday*. retsiraisf^ the ?osSow^  fore the council for an extension of] frig day.  the   sidewalk tip Victoria Avenue;]    MSss E. j. Crotch, who has been at  ������������������Jock"     McRobb    and   his  friend  Harry Lauder Boyce,   who are  work  "ihg at the mine at Kiockmannv spent  a few days at the McRobb home last  week.  Notwithstanding all the rain and  and some mildness there is still a foot  of snow in orchards here, and it will  be April 1st before any work on the  land can be even thought of.  The young people were out in full  , force for a surpiise party at the home  of Mrs. W. Cook on Friday night at  which a varied line of amusements  were indulged in, refreshments served,  and dancing to round off an affair  that all very much entoyed.  "  There was quite a large turnout of  the ratepayers at the schoolhouse on  Saturday hight for a -meeting called to  discuss highways in the Canyon dis  trict. J. ������2. VanAokeran presided,  and A. Spencer was secretary. After  a* very general discussion on which the  road needs were all pointed out, including tho necessity of the proposed  north and south highway from Idaho  passing through Canyon, a committee  consisting of Messrs. Spencer. Vain-  Ackeran. M. Samuelson, F, Knott and;  Principal Kolthammer was named to  make the accessary reproseiitataons to  the minister of public works at Victoria.  ���������LaBt week at a representative meeting of those interested at tho home of  B. Nouguier tho Canyon Stockbreeder*** Association wasjjoa-ganiscod, with  the fallowing officers: president;. A*  G. Samuelson; vlce-proeldont, John  Bird, Lister; sccrelaary-treusurer, W.  H. Kolthammer; directors, John Johnson and Jock McRobb. Tho now  association will assume full rcspons-  ibilty for the Shorthorn bull previously in control of tho Lister stockmen,  though kept at theNouguier ranch for  the past year.  Electric Light Assured  Creston *a?itl h&^e- electric light. By  a vote of 50 t������ 38 the property owners  on Wednesday endorsed tbe plebiscite  empowering the village commissioners  ^td enter into ai five-year contract with  Cfeifs, Ot Rodgers for a snpply of the  ���������'juice." The vote was a heavy one  only about sis votes of resident proper ty owners going'unpolled. It is  hardly likely the white light will be  available before the first of September.  B?. H. Taylor got buck at tho first  of tho week from Voneouvar, where  ho had been in nttendunco at the B.C.  Liberal convention a couple of days  last week* ,-  "%i*m\\#    (O*  ********* 14 <L.4*&   *������<|������������M**  MJ&f&r  Mr. and Mrs. Reno House, who have  been'staying with the Jatter's parents?  Mr. and Mrs Demchuk,; for the past  threes months, left on Wednesday for  Vancouver, where they will reside in  future. ��������� * *'  ��������� ..John Bird was. at Canyon.at the  weekend attending the organization  meeting of the Canyon Lister Stockbreeders' Association, of which he was  made vice-pret-ident. The new organ-  i-z-atEcn will be responsible for the  Shorthorn bull which hats been in the  custody of the local association for  some years past.  Col. Lister arrived home on Saturday from Victoria, where he has been  for the past two months attending the  sitting of fthe B.C. legislature. Ho  brought with him n very fine looking  Groat Dane dog���������the first one of its  kind in tho Valley.  Walter Edwards, who haa been  working at K.ioclcmann for the past  nine months, spent a few days hero nt  the first of tho week, leaving on Tuesday for Nelson to receive some optical  attention*  Deer are quite noticeable in parts of  the area this spring. Six of them woie  noticed making a leisurely trip across  Bird ranch one morning: lamb week.  Notice Is up at the postofflce asking  that orders for tho second shipment  of powder bo In by March 22nd.  A number from hero woro at CEriok-  son on Friday night foil the Whirlwind Club whist and dance, for whioh  Mrs. Lister nupplied tho music. AU  report a very fine time.  Lifrter had a double supply of theo  logy on Sunday, Itev. J. Herdman  being here for morning service and  Rov. 8. Newby In th������- afternoon. The  ministers aro arranging a new wched  ulo eo that there will ho no clash hi  future.  from Hillside Hoad to provide the  Craig residence; with a board walk.  Immediate consideration was proaa-  isep, Similar action was taken  wsth a petition signed by the property . owners dn Wilson Avenue  who complained that tbe flood  waters From across the v^^P.S.  track was now coming over the  sidewalk and under the buildings,  threatening serious damage to  foundations in that quarter off nhe  town.  - Steps, are tobe taken at once to,  if possible, secure property to give  a 40 foot street through the J. P.  Johnston -.jaarop^nty to ' connect up  Barton AvaSnue-cf td Vaitcoaver  Street, and to provide a 26 Foot  lane from Bar ton Avenue to Victoria Avenue at the rear of the Im  perial Bank, Auditorium and other  properties fronting oaa Canyon  street.  Chairman McCreath reported  completing the purchase cf.a No. 4  road grader From a Vancouver  firm at a laid down price of $240.  Proet-or for some tame past,  returned  to her home here on Friday.  The dance, on Saturday night,!  though only attended by local people, \  was voted by alias most enjoyable,    j  Mrs. C. Ogilvie left on -Tuesday on|  her return to- Roassland, ..and was;  accompanied by Mrs.- V= Johnson..  Sd. GradT was a weekend visitor his  parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Grady.  A meeting of the Co-Opea*ativ&Frn5t  Growers Association was held on  Thursday* evening when methods- of  controlling the strawberry root weevil  were discussed. ���������������������������-������������������..  Mr. and Mrs. W. &. ������relg, who were  married in Calgary on "-"Wednesday,  arrived here en Thursday, last to take  upf;pwm������m^t^r^id^        yfThe.j,hri^������:  and groom were met at the station by  the bride's   parents,   Mr, and Mrs. G.  Lunt, and were    plentifully- shewetd  with confetti.  Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Quaife and  children left for "S"ahk where they  will reside for the present.  Mrs. A. Ragotte is at present a  patient in St. Eugene hospital, Cranbrook, where she just underwent an  operation, and is doing nicely at last  :sep6rt.' .        - ?  Marcel Senesael and Alphonse Lepage returned on Tuesday from; their  trip to Nelson, where they enjoyed  over a week's vacation.  Joe Lavergne left on Monday for  Cran brook where he is consulting his  I doctor.   Joe had his leg broken about  three months ago! \  Mr. and 'Mrs. Frank; Anderson an3 -  son, "Curt, made  a  business   trip -to  Creston  on. Monday,-   returning   On  Tuesday. . ;  .    ..      '.--.'". -  Norman Devlin made a business trfc  sap kootenay  .Lake  on  raturning or Thur-sday.  Marcel Senesael left on Friday for  Oreston on business, and will have a  surprise for us on his return.  Miss Polly Ahdrosoff left on Tuesday for Creston, where she is stjtetiding  a few days with friends and s^latsves.  ������������ euarenzoy,  GRAHO THEATRE  SATURDAY, Kar.  JfM^wlM*     ...,..., r..  tor at Cranbrook  this week,  leaving  on Monday.    Ho ban  been  scaling  at  Pigs Fow. Saijj���������Eight weeks old,  86 each.   J, B. Rudd, Wynndel.  LUAMRXC*  WHiSPKirJC  WIRES  Do you like Myatcrieo, Spooks and  t&hostft. If yow df>��������� don't mine RR������-  ing ������������WHISPIfllllNa WIRES."  It Ih chuck full of mysterious doors  ���������strange panels���������and all that goes  to give you the creeps. Bonltles  all that there is a demented crini-  a! In the baaeiiHmt, uo what more  can you aak.  FOX NEWS  MlStCJIAID COMEDY  DON'T, MilSSI  Engineer B. F. Whiteside, who has  chaa-go of- the yard engine for some  time, has been  replaced by W. Hill,  and the fcraspr "Wall 550 ba.c!  service.  - Mrs. T. Rogers returned on.Tuesday  last from a week's visit with friends  in Spokane.  B & B foreman .Sid McCabe and  crew have returned to the LetndEng  where he will be busy for the next two  months. ���������  Mrs. B. C. Proctor and children,  who have been visitors with her parents at Cranbrook, returned on Tuesday last.  Mrs. Loasby was a weekend visitor  with Cranbrook friends., returning on  Monday.  Messrs. North, 8. Pascuzzn and  Otierbo are busy with the pruning and  Hxe looking for an early spring.  Ernest McCabe waa a visitor at  Creston on Wednesday���������his first trip  to the mctropolin in two ycrttrc, and  wan. uiaach taken with the development  in the retail section.  Mr. and Mrs. Cam were, Tuesday  between trains visitors ������* Creston.  Gna Oman, who has been laid up at  Cranbrook for the past few weeks  with a sprained hand, received a wire  there last week from Nannimo telling  that'll hie Ig-year old dim-ghter had been  run ovor by a switch engine at thut  placv, and had had both feet cub off.  The child only ltvrd n few .hours aftt-r  the mishap,, her fatn-m* arriving too  late to see her al Eve, Mr. Oman sunr-.  ly has the sympathy of all In Ihe sad  bert-irtvement. Ho akTlved h������re on  M-onrlrty fwam Nitni-almw, but leftTJGKft  day for Cranbrook., where he !b still,  tinder care of Dr, ������reon.  Fred Yerbury of Lister is here on &  visit with -his   sister,   Mrs.   Dotiglas  Provincial police. .McLaren QffiCtes-  t^in was called here on businea^ on  business 011 Ffldayi* making th������ call  between tiains. -  Joe McLaughlin, left on Fjradasy.for  a few days9 visit^t-Cranbrook.  v Miss Edith Gerou-s left on Saturday  for Creston &n a visit "With frieads,  and while there will be the guest of  Mrft iand Mrs. Waiter :WaIby. .  ,;":'Hoy :Wick������r, who* bassfibess essyJoy-  ed with the Sash & Door Company,  left on Friday for his home at Webb^.  Sask. ' '* ��������� ���������. ��������� ���������   ���������  Jack Sullivan, of the Sullivan mine  here, returned on Thursday from Spokane, where he has been on business.  Harry Bedmile. Alex. Ellis aud Tom  Campbell, who have been holidaying  at Spokane, returned on Saturday,  Miss Beatrice Mc lander left on Satin day  to  spend; the   weekend   with  friends in Ct'esfcoja. f  George Betus. who has been serlows-  By ill with pneumonia at the Kitchener  Hottl is making a very satisfaefcory  recovery now,  A. G. StrudwEck?, president of the  Leadville Mining Co., Ltd., made a  business visit at Creston last week.  Charlie Leamy-and Bert BoSPey off  Creston, who have been working at  Goatfell part of the winter, passed  here on Thaatrsday with teams of horses on their way home. It would look  as if work at Goatfell was about over  f or tbe season.  M. M. Cook of Calgary, Alberta, was  here on a business visit last week.  SPRING  STnA-WBicnifsr P-lanta ��������� Senator  Dun Jap und. VnnBin ntrawberry plants  at r$ft.i50 pev 1000. Momard Wigen,  Wynndel. B.C.  HonuKs Fon Saxjb���������Twenty ht������ad of  fcorcr,o aaltcblo tar fann csr bash tveyk,  also hnrncBU and full line logging equln-  meofc. Oonihtental Lnmber as Polo  Oonap^uy, LtO., KHUjUjojioi*, B,0,  A splencliil display of  Millinery  NEW HATS  NEwv STALES  NEW COLORS  Trtifsi SEilJ Ssti!FiI&Sf  March 25 - 26  at ths store, noxt tho  Imperial Bank.  Ml*������t     w*       wrm       W^mt*mrm*tnk"m THE    REVIEW.    GBESTO^",    B,    G.  \  cUilicii  IS  i\ Ival'-c   jurif-u  WORLD HAPPENINGS  porcriv  TAir**  approved  Kraiaeo-  pa> men!  The   French?'cabinet   has  the  tentative     text     ol"    tin;  American ^ Provisional   debt  agreement.  yteel rails worth   ;C 200,000,  impori  ed  1'roiu  Ofnuineuaal  steel  firms, have  been, condemned  as useless  by  South  Africam railway ex perls.  The cost of ihe Parluimeniai-y commit te-f; which investigated the cusioans  department ai iho iy*J6 .-ession was  ������J27,K������flfCj?. according to a return  tabled ia tlie House of Comuiojis.  It is l Eu> inteiUJou of the .Trine*' of  Wales to snack Ca-o.������' l-'a.iro. Lemon,  his siew puj-i'Jia^i- near Nyuiug.ham.  Villa Shorthorn cattle, a breed in  which  he   is  particularly   interestvd.  A traanp lit <.'hrisi church. Ilaiui'-  shire 3���������ng:land, was ^enteneod lo a  clay's amprisoiinieni. for bcg'gii*^ ���������"'  bueket of hoi. water. :i is m* oueust-  ao beg cold water. bin ho; water i* a  misdemeanor.  Women of Japan are in a lie midst  of a brisk cainpaiim 10 save a sen a  day- (about a luaif-o-ni} io aid iu paying the Km pi re's foreign debt. Al-  i.-eady c^nsidera hie money ha* been  OV-pos-ii1-d and the prosnoivrs Uojh- io  obtain   a   c-imsidi'rable   sum.  DeveSope    Cross    Between    a    Turkey  and  a  Rhode  island   Hers  A new Canadiaai bird, the "turkoaa,"  has ma a" e Its ynppearance.    ?lt    3s    a  ci*oss hc.tTirceai'��������������� .l?������rkoyy,ars<3 a 'Libode  Island  hen,  and' was iirist 'troughL  to  ptiblic    attention    at    iho    Ecl.montoai  poultry   show.   George   Spurgeon,   who  raised Ii,  claims Unit it will affect a  revolution in ihe poultry business, a's  it  combines the best features of hear  and turkey.    If. lias a lien body and a  tin-key head.  5 J=  PROVINCE    OF   SASKATCHEWAN  gOwps  Bought- and   Sot.l  ('���������'nf*������loiru*> M������a...i  v.'yf:0 0n  T?,-..-j-ltfipj  NAY   &   JAMES  REGINA, SASK.  Hist.d)liahod   uio",  MARCH. IS  MAKING   THE   WORLD   CHRISTIAN  Must Be Good Dodger  Pjgmies     of     New     Guinea     Undergo  Severe   Test   for   Permission  to  .  tVlarry ..,,  If -,>vpii, were ai iplgihy and  lived  hi    . New   (Ualuea,   yoia   would   have   I-inky  .  .   .    c jj   %  .     j ! red hair ahd a. eomnltrvion resembling  Joint   Soreness  Subdued, ! aiiiiirehoVrdate.^Thus 'reports    Pro-  Swellings   Quickly   Reduced jfessor   Stirling   of    lterUeley,     Calif.,  '- ~       " | who arrived  today  after investigating  (lie pigmies aaid their country for the  ^^   ^^ I.mieh  gdvoi-niuoiH    aaid    the    Saiaith-  N-E-R V1LI  Golden  Text:   Go ye  Uaerefore,r*Midj  i������i<ij\f    ili'scliiie^    of   ������li    the    jiailojis;?  Mat<hew 28 19. ���������*?,,   ?|  Lesson:   Matthew 28.1.6-20;   Acts"f6?  015. ....,.,,;V:.::. .���������.,........,.-....,.,  Devotional   Reading:   Isaiah   CO.1-5.  Wonderful   Results  From  Rubbing  tbe \  Sore Parts With ��������� .{  ^.���������.j.Mn;icii.iuiii  p.i.iu.  1. The Commission to .Make tho.  World Christian; Matthew "2������.i<5-20.---  | This interview of the dfsc-iple?8 %vTth  ! thoir lUweat Loa-cl took place inGali-  > !ee. 'upon' the oiouni -wliere Jesus ha*.!.  I appoiaated. AN'lieaa they saiw hliii,? they  j worshipitecl Hian, though 'soniij dbuhl-  i ed. Wo cannot think that the dasci-  i pies who had'" diiliculij- in' ncoopliaag.  I the shipendous fact-of the r'osurre'e-  S tion   of . Christ--wei'o   the   eleven,   for  "My testimony should convince any ;  one that *?Nervaline' is a spb-ndid prep-- J  araMon to i*is������? on swelletl joints. "Rheu--j  matisnv left me badly crippled," writes j  Amos."!���������'. Fleury, from Kingston. "i '.  went to McKay's Prug Saore and tbey '  r.-eonimended Nerviline. which restored me completely."  For Hheuniaiac pains, r.nmbago,  Sciatica. y*.m will get lasting satisfaction (rem a 3r������c bo.Ulosy of Nerviline.  Sold   every where.  snatiaai Iaastitute i their   douh'ls   had   been   dispelled   in  Tlie proie^or sav*    it     is    awfullv ' ^���������;������*������*^V   Jostts told   liaenv   of    his  .,.���������.     ,    ,     '.. .       ,       ,        . ' laniversail���������-. doanimon- -"All     authoi"ity  dalheult  to get aaaarjMoal in  fhe  pagmy.j- liat.h  betm  Kiven  aaaito  me  in  heaven  country   becaus   Ihe    would-be    ba-lfdej aaid   oaa  earth"���������aiaad   then  gave .-thcni-  groom h;!.--. to stand in a clearing and i .Ills' coaaaaiiisslpn   to  make   his   world-  he   ������-het   -it   ������iv   ^"tes-   i'-iicm-"- 'v.ii''it'������''��������� w*i'o  power a a*eality:   "Go  ye  there-  ... , /v       .     ������������������ ���������     i tore and make disciples oE all the na-  waih bows aaid arrows.    One is allow- , ttons ���������    ,rh<}y wore .Klven a seemiaigiy.  ed  to-dodgo--and  if oiie survives, tlao] iaupos.sablc task, bvat The Acts tells u^  si-gar  PisTvi;  t itnes  *:.���������:">. 01  frofit in Sugar Beets  a vi*i'ti>0       IHTt':        ijii"'0!-i"lt^  beets   ita   'the  aeot.s   ita  alter   lj-rij  M.l.iS,     Oi.'  HEADACHE, COLDS  nn a vrv*    ccr\ ft r% tn a ^"irirKirs??  prot>-.*is(������r ������;oa\tiaaues.,  mit-. man-ies   tiae '.  durliaig   of   one's   heart    and   is   permitted  the privilege of cutting off her  index  fhiger at' the? ilr.si joint.  This charming eiastom corresponds  to the less intea*esfing marriage riaig  arrattgeineui: here.  Over Sixty Years Old and  Still Agile and Aiert  Alberta   Lady   Very   Enthusiastic  About Dodd's Kidney Pills  fvirs.   M.   Griffin   Compieteiy   Reiiev&d  of  After  Effects of  Influenza.  I>ake   Thelma,   Alberta   (Special).���������  The   following  remarkable   testimony  is from Mrs.  M.  Griffin, a. -\ve.ll-know-n  lias   been   priced   as   the   leading   liaii- ; and highly- respected  resident of this  iiOil! -,  ;;vUon \  three-!  greaiei* than thai ot" wheat, at;  :m acre. Accordivig f������> the '.  secretary-manager oi! the district, \  zngiu- beets are coaning to lake theii.:  l'lace as the leading cash crop of ihe;  eV strict .  A  Power of   its  Own.���������Dr.  Thomas'  'Kelectric Oil 1ms a subtle power o!" ita;  oA    All who have used it  kitow ibis :  and keep it. by ahem as tlae most valuable liniment available.    Its aases are  innumerable   and   i'or   many   years   ia. ���������  Liyeiiig  o  . "Thousands ot womengive old garments  latest colors, and make drapes and furnishings ail bright and bea-utifulr-dwnks, tc>  liome dyeing. So can you! It's funa and  how at saves money!  Deep-dyed, rich colors or daintiest  tints. So easy, if you just use real dye.  Diamond dyes do a perfect job on any  fabric���������right over other colors." Dye anything; easy as washing!    ;      v ,  FREEitowat any drugstore: the Diamond  Dye Cyclopedia, full of suggestions,-witli  ���������simple directions,actual piece-goods color  samples, etc. Or write for big; illustrated  hook Color Craft ~ free���������DIAMOND  DYES, Dept. Nil, Windsor, Ontario.  Make it NEW for IS ctsl  ment  for man and beat>t.-  ������6.  place.  19.1S   I  Site   writes:���������"In   the  No   Headache,   Sour   Stomach,  Cold or Constipation  by BibrniTig  jdad  r /*  ashsf&n.s-^^  */..  Get a 3 0-ceiia  box now.  Furred Tongue, Bad Colds, Indage.-:- '  Mon. Sallow Skin and Miserable  J'-iead.'n.-he.s come froan a torpid liver  and clogged lrnwels, which cause your ���������  .stevnaeh r:o become .filh'd wii.h uudi- '  gested toed, whit-h soiars and i'er- ;  moul.'*. lilie .uarbage iu a swill "barrel. '  J i".al s ' he itrst. sieji io iiittoct i"ii������:-"icr.v  ---indigeptioii. f<nal Kti.ses, had breath,  yellow .skin, mental fear.--, everything,  tliat.iH horrible and ri;iu.--eating. A ;  fa scare |- Lonighi vvill gi* e your iron- \  slipated bowels a thorough oleaaasing \  .iind Kiraighaen you out. by anorning. ���������.  Tliey work while you sdeep���������a lu-cent. ,  hoN froan your druguisi will keep you ;  l'������-el1aig good ii-r .uioaaths. Millions of ���������  titer., iind women take a f!:iscavet aiow ?  tiiul then to keep their stoauach, liver ,  and bowels regulated, and never know |  a -miKerahle naoaneaal. 1 ton't. forget, the;  children ���������their little insides need aj  good, gmaile <-le:vn,--ing, Ion. j  In the i;-t*-aa������M*al movement* in India lo '  abandon eentm-Jes-old cuslont of I  hoard iaa g gold, an Arab recently coaa- j  \-erted his savings into .-J--8a0,000 woj-l.h i  of Hovoi'niiu-iil   securitieiT, i  Fall   pf  crif.l.-       till        I.,nn.i,.i- 1010  .   '���������V.-.. ^- .  . t ������, ^fc J   1   - ������ 1.1 ���������    ..    j ..*.'-. V ,  ] when T got bettei-. F used 1o have  ; awful i>ains in my back; so bad at  j times, it. -would dray me doiable, I  j could? not walk fasjr without crying  ; oiat with pain. I tried everything. 1 j  i read about your Dodd's Kidney Pills I  j and bought three boxes. By the time j  I ?j had used the second box I could run j  ! across the sti'eet to get. the car. I  \ -wmald not be without tliem, theyr are.  i wortli their weight ig^ gold. I am 63  | years   old and  could  run  a   foot race  runt tiiey carr'iea it out. There wo.  have the record of evei*-eailarging circles of-evangelization,-.first in Jerusalem, next to a widea* circle an Judaea,  theai to aa. still wide a- cirlce in.  Samariai. and at last to a"circle that  embraced the kuown world from the  Imperial city of Rome. '"Love never  eoaitrsicfs its   circles;   they   widen  by,  around ai pebble oast into' still water."  ���������James Russell Lang.  "���������Remember, fellow Christians, how  -wade ' >vas the horizon of Jesus. Our  horizon widens from cradle to home,  school, city, country, and with some,  perhaps, to the last .man. . But to  Jesus the outside rim of the earth | through Madison avenue frame Start-  was the fla;st horizon) that ho saw, aaad j M d slopplug ppompfiy wltli tire  the last. When he was born, good [ e>^> . /_ ���������  tio.ings came������*unto whom���������the Jews?j *-T  "Unto aill people'; 'among_all nations'; j ---  "throughout the whole, world'; 'to |  every creature"; 'to the .uttea-most!  part of the earth.' are Christ's words.!  "Go ye unto all the world' is his limit- j  less command, his boundless expeeta- j  Mom"���������M.'IX Babcock.                           '     !  Is Skilful With Motorcycle-  A legless motorcy-cle operator  apparently is not handicapped in  Nevv- York's congested trashc. Seated  in the side car, with controls adjusted lo operate from the side, such a  driver   was   seen  to   thread  his   way  IN  disappears  PAIN  wheal yon "use  Minard's. The household Liaii-  monfc for genei*ations.  Canadian National Lecture Car  with any  yoiatag girl."  |      This-- -vvondea-ful      remedy���������Dodd's  | Kidney  Pills  caai  be   obtained at all  rdruggists, or    Tlie    Dodd's    Medieiaao  ! Co.,  Ltd.,  Toronto,  2,  Ont.  Honey   Production   in  Alberta j  Honey production in Alberta is iai-1  creasing, the 10"i(i output being fifty'  per cent, greuler limn the year be j  fore. ipilG.OOO in value, as compared j  with $2:?,000. One man in the fLothl-1  bi'idge district. rn*oduce0> nearly  tons, another  .1(5  ions.  50  Good   Results   Achieved   by   C.N.R.  Spreading   Helpful   Information  to ^Farming '-'Communities  Encouraging     results      are     being  achieved- by the lecture car whicli tlie  Canadian  National  Railways,   in  conjunction   Wiali   the   Extension   Sei'vice  of the   University   of   Saskatchewan,  ! are operating    iai    Saskatchewan,   ac.  cording to  a  i*eport received  by Dan,  ! M. Johnson,  western ��������� man a ser of the  | agi'iculture department    of    the   com-  ! pany.  The   car,   which   started  out, on  I Januai'y 17,. had  been visited by 17S3  people up to Februaa-y 3 2,'in spite of  the  fact that at seyeanil .points-exceptionally   cold   or  stoi'hiy -weather was  eaicountei-ed.       Of    the    total    attendance 507    were    children    of    school  age,   aax interesting  fact,  as  the   aiaa-  joa-ity of Ihem took active pai-t in the  discussion which followed the various j  lectures.  Cereal varieties,  tillage   opea*ations  Aasts I*i3t@ a FSas_4  Iaa ReSievaasg Colds  "BucldeyV to end Couarhs, Bronchitis and all Throat, Chest rand  Lung troubles. It's instant, pleasant,  guaranteed. You'll note ita unique  po-vvers in the very -first dose���������and  there are 40 doses in a 75-cent bottle !  Ask your druggist for "Buckley's",  W. K. Buckley, Limited,  342  Mutual  St.,  Toronto 2  t^  Acts llkt a flash���������  & single sip prove* it  Acts llki a flash��������� &A  5Z1  That Stomach of Yours!  iu j) !>���������  Heart Palpitation Z*Z���������n wmc11 ,OUOAVeu cno variousi-   hatcha-wg eggs  "_!.          A"'- l ��������� ?-'������������������ 'em. "     ������������������ .      ""          .               i,..                       ^- ���������          Jnd     chicks     from    "Kxhiliitlon     Bii.rrr-d  B22!y     2������BIBKBBB&   SSn^llQ Cereal varieties,   tillage   operations/ uocks,  K������ds,   und   trupnost������d   I.eg;hoi*ns  Sa.fi,^j   ^HBaniil^   a^aStSBl^ , >,   ,.���������i|iv.,j;nn     ,,,,,.,���������.,.   r-illow    cronl "e     hi~lt     e^������'     '"''conk         Winners     mi;  ._     ._   h                                 r tall   cull nataon,   suauaaaea    Kiuow,   li������>1>; |,,,ldil,K.   poulti-y    show a.    2.-������.()(i0    hook-d  Mrs. M. A. Gnp-non, Donatville, Alta., a*otation,    the     ianportanoo     of     -good ! ulroady,   which   shows  wc   have   a  whkt.  ri'itcs:-���������"tSoano   lime   non   1    wm   m��������� j          ,                    ,              .-                ,i      ,���������....,: ,���������. i teiuitadtin.  <"������un.llty   and    Sorvico    is   our  lervo.m   rnnl I  1     1,  ?,* /������������������?������      ������ y RCod*   t,lc   Villue     oL     nnXiJ<l     '"rmang.    C111',y ivu.,MUiVo. Write for beautiful ctrci.-  icivoaa^, could not bleop at mglit, often ; i,���������ailjinP������aon   oC   ,ilo-  n.rnastead   wero    Inr. Wo pity tlao*duty. HCHCCALa MA.ROJ-I  ind  dizzy,  saaiUaaag spells and  palpita- ; ,"-aw������-"-.anon  oi   uio   uaiiiihu.au   1UU1   on,TO ' ACT quick,  -wa-  nci  hnd  t \524  \ An  Attractive  New  Dress  Cini'-ft  and     eharm     aa'e    admit'sihly  i <'ciaaahin������Ml   in   the   sniua-t.   dress   shown  I hea-(\    The  lion I   aaad  hack aa*e  in one  j pici-f  and   a.  Ilartil   j air. io may ho  add  ' ������������d a.--, in  VU'W A.    Alloviu* lace' is used  1'na- the deep ver-tee and IVills thiish-  | isliiiaK the loiiK |������oinl<'d sleeves. A,  ��������� i-im-lii'd hell t'asicns with a. front elos-  ; liaj.-; hiielih* and there is a eliie lie col-  ; Jar. .No. .ir.'JI is iu sizes ',11.5, IJS, >10 and  ; 12  inches   haasl.    View  A   si/.o 'IS  hnsl,  a^vpili-.v^ I ���������"���������.; yardw "IO tneh aaaaifiial.  :oi*:;������i yai-ds r.-1-ineh. View 11 re-  ! ouires   if';,   yards  :'.{)��������� in eh   malea'lal.  :?i  tion of tho houit, aani was so run down i sonic ��������� of   the   subjects   dealt   with   hy  I could not do my linnsework, hut just    those leoluring    on    aaprri-CultaaiH)    aaid  there wea*e ailso tsilks on the relationship of livestock to aga-ioulturo Willi  suggestions   as   lo   the   typo   of   livo  ls  renuii'ed   for ves-  llls.     VvU'it 2d  cents  yaid   allovei*  laet  : lee  and   sleeve   I'  t lu? pat tern.  Kvei*y woman's desire Is lo achieve j  ; ihat smart, different appearaiaei;'  'which draws I'avorahle comaiieul I  j iroan   ilae   obwervin*^  public     The   del  siuns  llhmtrated   In ,our  now  Vashton !  1 took-   :ta-i-   originated   In   the   heart   of'  Joavo overytlring- arid sit down.  I tvpeaat a lot of moiar-y using medl-  ciiao from tho doctor, but it did not  do me any  good.  At last a friend told me to use  and after using ������  couple of boxes I  was not iho samo  woman. K licfyaai to  fool so nnic.li better,  and after a few  more boxr-fi J. was  in . perfect health,  j? always roconi-  , _ ,- atioaad   theiaa   to  all  tuosn r know who aro suft'erlnc froan  heart   troaalalo."  - Price r,0o. a Tiiix nt all rhiajvfc-iflis or  dcalAa-H, or niniled direct on a-ecoapt ot  praco by The T. Millraam Co., Limiibd.  Toronto. Ont. ' .  The city  eoiiiull of a oily  in  !i!!ii  prohibited  ihe    kHHnr*    of  India  mad  .stock that Avill lit. hi to aa diversified  plan of farming. In a number of iai-  stance it, was found, that farmers  had e<*fme nanaiy mlle.j (o listen to the  lectures and that when tln-y wore  lire sent the discussions woi*o nao.-jt  active.  AVhen a mother dot eels from the  wiithiaajjfs and fretllnp; of a child -rTiat  worms tiro aroubliaaK It, she caaa procure a, reliable ��������� remedy iai Miller's  Worm Powders which will expel ail  worms from Iho system. Tliey may  cause vomlllnf-r, but this need cause  no anxiety, because It.Is but a, mjanl-  I'obIalien of thoir (lioronuli worl-i, No  wovnis can loaap; cm 1st -where I he so  l-owders are  used.  J, A. Mans,  Poultry Farm, F-iribautt, Minn.  '^-'.���������..'.���������."��������� "' -J~".."r^.,'A'"mj",AA"���������?:".:.'j"r~-������������������������ ..'...".j.1..  BEAUTIPUIj ItEGhSTERED BULT^  pups sent anywhere $15. live  delivery guaranteed; grown bulldogs  cheap; gaiaranleed naaiaage remedy $1.  Uulldogs,  K01 Kockwood, (Dallas, Texas.  BAK13RS*   OV12NS-  loguo   and   list  ���������Waito   for  cata-  of   used   ovens.  I-Tuhbard  Oven  Conapuaay, 1100  Quoen  West. Toronto. Out.  Hie   siyle   cenlres   and   will   help   yon.  .  ���������      , v  ., . ,,    .   ., ��������� ,,,���������  in   ar./airo   that   much   desired   air   of   ,,0������s' <m ,1,,l ������,on,ul  ,hiU* ,1,,,>   nro ,,in  ,10  Mrs. E, Everson  OijclpJa, Gad.���������*'T cilia laaj^lilv rccoiaa-  mi nd Mr. lvi(*r',(,,H niediciiu-M���������those that  hr.vc been used in any family have always  pt'ovn'i-t wry bcncli'-lal. 1 have taken ttac  '''.i-M'-ii Miilii-:,! !>i r.ivny' f������������r "mdi^r."-  (JMji tun! stomach danlrcrisainl it lias Riven  tur- u-iijid<*i/ul relief. It, in a|w> a lini* tonic  nnd 1>|ihm| nurilii-r."- .\1j-s. V��������� ICvci'hmu,  71 JKIa-saheth St, ���������  'rjiouj������ntills in cvry I'lYiviaicc have  fntJififiia-1 that iliis Disci������veiy nave them  renewed lic:ilt|i.  .Ml dntnninis, cither fluid or (ablets.  .���������"���������cud JOc t/j I )r, I'jcrce'H j^thni'atory  in l-'.rriIfMjlnirf. (bit, fur a lrin! pl;|.������. of  imlll'klualhy.     Price  cents the  eopy.  nl'   alio   bainli  sanao as human  jnaI. In Hsylunis.  Iiuaailes and must he  How To Order Patterns  Address-   Winnipeg Newspaper Union,  1~7,  MifDea-inol   Ave.,   Winnipeg.  Put turn   No.  Nunic  T-ov.':j  i   sl. if%\ h sV ear  LaMlJl f& S  IMPORTANT  .<>nr Sau-lnir ���������ma<l SumnirM* Htvln  jKiok ana a'alnku'ia*. t>f l-ndlc''  (.{arnuints   has new   jiceu  niniled.  If y<ni have no) iviuiK-ol your  copy we will ni:UI oiii" aijxon lerfncsl,  J*rt*i> of chiirire. We nro olrerlug  >.'onni t>a ilm Ini-jf vmIuchi niul iiiohI  iidvn.iii.ie(l   alylns   iliovvn   anywhiir,  tine our i.pechd Spofllalit D,������i ���������  (inlns r������ra (-".ioch 17 nnd 18, of the  CataloQiie.  The largest. siivingK lisnak In. Uio  world Is In Sydney, Australia, where  the gpvornaiaonl Savings Hank of Now  South Wales has deposits of $70,00t������,*  OOP and 2,788,000 depositors.  Nearly Jill ohildivai are subject to  worms, and.many are born with them,  Spare tliem sulferiaig by using Mother  I'raivoa' Worm i'lxtormlaaaiur, an ������>s-  eelleaat fenau'dy.  B(,)l'������)aiiCN NIUIMiguriflS. Vnlley lUv-u*.  Man., l.r>(i miles Nortli of IiiUm-iui-  lional .Itoiinilary, offers boine-ffrown  (nail ti*������M's f;r.ilf������-(l oa hardiest honifi-  i?io\vii roots. Vni'lellos recoinnictnlcd l>y  JOxpcrinienial fnrniH. f.'iilalog ileperllies  lliewn will* i-ooipiirlitons of liar������llnen>*.  Al>l)le. Plum, <'riil)M, UfiHphorrleK, Hlrnw-  licrrhjH, * Mirnmtx, CtooHclK'rrh.'H, Lilacs.  Ilosen, Oniaineiilal 'PreoH. Kv������������rwi'i.'ens.  Peioiiitlal l<"low������*i'H. l>"ariii. Vt-selaliie aiml  Flower .Sncila. Alany IlarKldiiw. Wrlto  now   for   dwVrlpllvi.'   (jainloK.  Mothers iPrefer It  Bceuusa they know it is i,ufc and liurc,  nntl the children like to take lt������  c^upf"   Couah Remedy  No Narcotics- -2Sc and 50c;  ^stX*  ���������Give*  ilHil  .,4+*'^^ ,,},,, jl.y.,  L  I MinnrclB-tiie driK-ntlaOl*-   liniment.      j  A. A. IWIORT0IM CO������, Ltt!.  Toronto, Ontario.  sif8������g|sir������IN#fe  Ted-   -"Why  do  you write  'dictated  on  your lellers.    You  have  no slmiu-  ^raiphei'."  .loa'i'y-  "So,  but. my   Hixdllng  Is  mo  b:*d."  CXJWTmf\m\mt  : TOR  iomm  Minnrd's  Ulnlnicot  for   t ������n<*umntlci������.  Witt NSW CCaiKWiOVB WBR3KOV. M0.U  "rTHERAPIONKs:  W* t,     f Ml  ,,  M  *������, ,,  mm,,, *,������,���������,  HIHlMOHk������������a*������i. M������.Sl������>  -     -      l)������g C������i������ui������i  tU+tf-C������.U***lnwl.lLa.MW.t4.l.������n������*������a������  E������I4~ kr i������*<>ii*>i CiiMuiti*. w rmrii mill Iimu  piuiti.Ci.ircii'C''  H  n -U,V������~ -I'    -  'jL  TEM^ ^MVIB^^GEESTOH-s.,B.,.a,  33  If  ft  *H  f  5&  Jt  fey  IN  *^������  n  *p  ������  if/  **  "Site  >  Freshen Up  Flavored  -with th������ juice of  fresh anint leaves  After Every Meal  e'aeh other to their mutual advantage j  and graduat.e into a loftier and more |  wholesome respect of each other's j  ideals and institutions without in the]  least -sacrificing their own.  Dartmouth   Hoaise   is   dedicated 4^.  the  of comradfe;  e&ts attaching  to  British  and Ameri  .can -relations,   whiqh,   bO"sv"ev������V xOi������$&:  Joas"jii .their   methods,-Vafce .iviriuajly-  Identical \in their  aii^sncCr^bjecti^,,,!  '"And"'if1 Is" gratifying thai' of'tliis move'"  ment for growing" fellowship  foi*ans one  of  the strongest links.  Iiegma Leader.  .vapors  ���������^iT-.-Vv".  1|S    '*���������������:���������'  ,?f  Origin of Domestic Fowl  tplrss fsr  calas*?2s  wh������n melted! in a  __._. , - . __;.^m-j  up the nose and  inhaled.  ?'v  Head a31 d Chest Col  In aNewl^y  Aar Mail Facilities  f\eC 3  IO  Caiaana  ��������� on Coast  A   Salv0..vrhEcn.   Releasee   Medicafssl  Throat "and Chest.  .������  FriendshiD  "������>���������<������ S:������������fc  ���������'--fc-V^f-yH.-^  Promotion   of  Closer   Boi3dSi  the   Enalish   Soeaksrfa-- Watibris*  era  Bbulairi  Fov/I   Resetnt>b!e" Indiah Gainer  Birds of Today  Chickens  were    first    brought   into  North America    by    settlers    in    the  U uited^States who, obtained jthe,J^ir^sf  ISmni Surufie^'- :Th^'"^eaie'bi-*the:-%fiilai^:  Mediterrane^n.|---t5fBe : njpJed;.afior' jtheftj  fespin^.yp^lit^^anai^ if-^Was *"fj%m*'thfs'  type that the i>reseait day small heavy  ogg laying breeds developed.  e   It; is claimed"  b^-fsorne   fttutt'-, tlf^j  doaiieslicated  fowl  of  today  descended   from   the  wild  jungle   of  ancient  India-    Although it is-contended that  . this*' i^'liiofc'SrUeJiBt Ihe "-Case  hu*  iniaaiecyas a vapor and, at the saSne  tame absorbed through the skin liljle a  liniment, \^icka VapoRub reaches irr^ie-.  dia'telyy inflamed, congested air *oassa|res.  This is the modem direct treatment^for  all cold troubles that is proving so popular in Canada and the States where Q$res  17 million jars are now used yearly, it  Splendid for isore throat* tonsil!|is,  bronchitis, croup; head and chest colds,  Jc^i^f>CastlKEi^c#^ay fever. - .������&������������������������������������>  Just irub Vicks over throat and cTsfesl-  Miid inhale the medicated vapors.%������It.  'owlckiar loosens us a cold.  i$*t?   :  It was a notable address which was  delivered   by     Premier     Baldwin     oi.'  Great  Britain,,,the ,.o.thfar,,���������da:3^atv;.th.e,  lormaT opehihg of TJarimoutli  House,  w.hicji_.isr heme forth to be , heiulquai^-  teT^> of ".'tlie   PalgTiSll soqietV* devoteiL  10 r.pro'raatioai.of- "closer^-fi-iendship ho-,  . vye'^n     ���������Rngli^li-sponkipg     races.     Mr.  i3aildwin emphasized    the    many   ties  ihat bind   together Great Britain; and  the  elements^best^cal^l_^ejl^.Jph^i)jt'^,-  ^0  larse-iv^type^pf fowl,  like  the _Cochiiaj  ^Di'oe^j.fi t is'aigreed^io: -lii^f regard- AS^tho?  >     - --,.f       .  smaller egg-layers. The Indian  jungle fowl- of ancient times w;as of  the build  of the present day bantam  iratt&r!n---'c^  tbe. Indian game birds of today..   ',....  ���������������������������it:      m 'ia������������������Jv-i^s-iJ ->t?   ������;.������     ^Mi      ���������!^i^-.     -Piif^ s?'*;:'?. .y.%   .;*-V>  "ifi   Trt-i Taa'ri'Sfcvirl?* +*������'���������.- flia  iaSsf+^lil-nrr   'tiP-'^nivfti  ������������������ tlcesd 'z artiHgial ������������������'} incxrb' ation* "xSf  eggs at a tiiaaey;when*.tlie ancestors  ^j^- ������Sf  ^Xy^y'Vflfe^^o^f !S^yo-' Day?  ir}}"Air'mail". r^tes2.in.ihe^.XJjaited States^  'have ?bepn?^made ; aya'iiable ..to ..������������������Capa-'  ''diaiis.'' Forranr..;9^ti"Ay'.te^^  ' (mneef;I^texs ?Jtroan : y. Canada., ��������� j-wiH -1: -be  carried by^theV:cpa,st ,stp   ;,cpast ������������������'.-.;ait*'  mailis-'^pexajted v uaider^contract  wttli  the iUnitedjStates ..government!/,  ?;/ y  4:^e^t%������-^esiin'is;a? to. ,3|rjtis]h-:Goluih-  Si^^e^^^riedv^arEilfo,'; ^eviida>t by  .aii" transferred? to a ^Seattle t-raih,- and-  from there/. trans-Shipped  to fVancou-  yer^?or   Yiclpria.y?A   net   saving-  in  time oO at;fleiast ajday is)ehsm*ed. ?L,et-  ters  to  United  States   points  on the  Pacific   coast   are. delivered   at^  least  two^da^ eai^i'ea;f^if5th?e'f^^ra;go.  The   announcement   of   the   United;  .S.tates-.jpost-office  department points  out ithatv the "extra'���������-ten i cents? for aiv,  mail routes-   must   be    prepaid:' ;f������na  Cajhada"  inf^ijfnited'.^  .'stamps,--?'. ?-.:������������������?--���������???  .^:a^-aa -���������������������������-��������� ��������� AJ:--c---  ^ w^..:*-X-*.:'-.r-  8ver 2iMiuioMJARS Used Ye amy  *  ,-S.fcv-  Reviv^lIcilflOld Idea  S.fr^.Uc.fcffft Mac<  "Kingdom of Canada"  Con-federation  Suggested  Before  N^tim'e  of  ������\ia.  tae-ii4*?>ri  ihe  present    Eui-opean    races    were  eaves.  :'earl*y-'  early  Egypt was also noted for her  afeasdillg^    of ������ chickens - in^?^*h?e-i-tt-*1016  Babylonian  .and_ Egyptian .peiv.  iods,vthenfl|tige vblfiedfc clay 1 incutfa- SL1^, ^^^ r^Wx^  ^Lfu  tors 'xvtre ttseh, having'a capacity of 1'lBdtl^1tf"?8'67-    ^^ s!st]f Jlraf  eggs.  from 50,000 to  100.000  Xhe poult-py ihdastry^-iiii thOi    , ,    ���������,. ^       ,  ^te^-fc idimced Io   suctf"# <1-  P^yinee^-^ the pr|qeding?draft,^nd  h    ���������-'-'-      ?'c    *v   ���������'���������''���������'-- '**-      -c^ ry'^that.^"^'* Jonh-^^m������tde"-fevery ettort"'to retain"  vgree*-in  the sale  past yeai  dollars.  ��������� le^s ^tha.h'-a*   centur  of. poultry products in  amounted to over a  the  bl!li.o.u.  Found Airplane Trip Easy  serve an'd ~sta*eh"gt;iieh (Tie"cordial re-  lationships of two great nations  whose mutual interdependence and  historic traditions, along with their  growing luLOTcoui'se, ������&v  to the l"utua*e ot| cp^iljzsption Jan  western Jiemispbefr*e? aii,d'4he a^'eace|or  the world. The British Premier re-  a iewed the irend of events and the  strong sentiment which serves to cement and consolidate the mutual interests and social amenities between  1 he   American   and   English   peoples.  The real force whiph #n^^th^m:si^|j^^.������-fj^flinpleasfnftf ?Sa������s l^adf'  superior to tho tSin^4lmft^ifferea^-r -*��������� ^^.^-i^f^A^r^ . _H^r ";.-?yy!^..  tiate their respective policies and for  a nex-us more potent evear than tho  submarine cable or the vibrations of  the aerial wave. Trade and language  aaid blood i*eligion, not toymentioni=.the  marital relationships axuT'c'ons'CaWt'interchange of travel, ail enter as elements of that e.oihhion 3aeritagw to  which the Bri'.ish '^Premier* referred,  atid his plea for a ".wide rolieenc.e "hi"  criticizing each other''-'will coaiimend  itself to,all who are? capable of forming a rational judgjneait upon ytraiis-  Atlaniic ta'afhc ancl-'its implications  as to kuernatioauil fellowship.aiad the  welfare of luamanitv- at hia*ge.        ���������  As Premier Baldwin pointed out,  liaeratui'o hns;,,b<?.f*n a.*potenl-.iacLot'.iu  ihe converse of. Aauerican and K'ritish  peoples. But it is not tlae only in  lluenco in Ihis dirootioh; .Of late y&arte  tliere litis been constantjiiUoi'chungo  ol" views by  the intftUligtihsia of both  There is something unique and|unT  ^xpecied^sih^^he^revival::;at--"this liito-  date by a Western Progressive irtfirn-  bep .^0ydtSL$^^  ��������� cal||ia^||ii5 cpai^t|v- "^e^'^KanifloatiSof  Cai?iaaa?fe-?tt ���������^n^^f'i&o% isfcei "^^ner^ly^  known that this title was put foris^rd  by Sir John. A. Macdonald during |t|tie  Sir John was    quite    eager    for    the  Kingdoms and?? *?presseel?^ his  claims during the drafting; of the Bri-  itish N<irth ^America   AJct pin   London  t of the  bin contained the title "Kingdpm_of  Canada.'* feSia������|ing ihe -ft^'rds ''Uiixted  Mtle Helps JFo^piis Week  y  ConstrucSing Speed Bttat   *  Fren ch man ..yy.i 11. Atteinpt; toy,,,. Cross  --      : ?'    Atlantic in 48 Hours       .-,  Art attempt to cross"" the    Atlaaitie  idceah ihflS lioairs will .he "nsdids* Jn ;i-  ; motorboat.'itbw"������ being corastriicted by  M. fBugatti, f the    French   automobile  ^anyufactiirei"..:,...     r?^-;    ii^ss^-^iAAC-  The boat is^macle of = steel^construc-  tibh of the submarine aiicl. wijirfhave  eight- motors. * It is a. 'chaser type? It  is^ 35 weters 51ohgf??i^ expeclJ^cE td'Vaiake  ,i40;;ihiies anxhenir in a" calm sea? and  1005. anile% a-oj hpursfoji an average- sea.  ;The .boat will: make a. trial.-tcip soon  on .the Seine. "T :=     ���������     .....  ;V iTh0 merciful?vinan Jdoeth goiad to; his,  own soul.���������-Prov. xL;17:;  The Qualityypfimercy is hot sfca*ain'd;; *  :lt dropped   as   the   geiiiic   dew - from  ���������,.:..���������:-heav.en-.-i--.i--: .-:.     ���������---'���������;���������??     ^;-s'-?- ���������-.--;"-'- -'? - '"-  Upon the  place beneath;   it is  twice  ,-;.������������������������������������-blessed,-^-.-������������������;���������>??'   -y?--.--^  .??"������������������-    r-'::?:.l'  It ;blesseth l^ini  that  gives  and  him  that takesT    ? " f.     ;  ;?.??-; -y r -��������� ^-Shakespeare.  We ar<^ unmerciful^ when?-without  necessity_���������: we? are; -judges of evil  thoughts;? #h���������m -we suspect meaniioss,  littlenes s;'""' untr lithf u.ljaess----not f;. t.0  speak of worse sua;misin*5S^^in .^piliers.  Themercifaii in thought give ho rooin  ia their hearts foa* suspiclolis such ais  these. They do not secz-etly impute  evil.���������Bichard  Chehevix Trench.  HE NURSiMfi MOTHER  ���������������������������*&  Bible Printed in Esperanto  sOften  Finds  Herself* Weal-rand  -: - >Ia-     ' ??I^eeling^ -Worn-Gat:" :'J"  ���������r, Tlie nursing; mother more- than"! any  other  wppian   needs   rich   blood   and  plenty of it.    The demands upon her-  /health are many- andJ 'severei-���������* Household duties,and the care of..her,chil-  di-eji  exact heavy  toll,  wliile  hurried  jKieals, ba-okeu rest? and't;siidoor-living"  ytep.d ,to weaken \}her. ������������������:..;. Mq wohdei'she  is "often indisposed through weakaiess,  headachesi?  >backa;c?Iie3: fand -liervoaas-  -ness. 4-; In -this,conditibaikthe?-bioo&^will  always   be   found  weak   and   eatery,  and relief ?will?cohfe? cihly-'through eh-  aaching the; blood, y J^otfithis^cpnxpose  Lai*. 'Wifjiams'- Pink rPiiis. is the. best  blood-makihgr-' tonic " kn'o\v:ii^"'*'  Through  thei������ ���������, use;, iuany,. weak,   ailing4 wives  and mothers have found  new... health  w  nations holoaif,'iri.g ip;;thp church, ihe  slate, and'tliei-ianiversity. There is  a statue of Abraham Lincoln iu the  Brilish enpltnl, and! hO ���������i'l-osidoaat of  the United :! states over- recoiveil a  more hourly welcoiuo Ihaii Ills Iioyal  Highness Uio. .I'rJnee of Wales during  Ills Amoi'lctan>;-loua*. 1.1, has boon  sJarewdly said that whilst EiikIuim'I,  during lilt* *Yntst half-cenlui'.v, -has  grown nio.ro, iiiiil, more domocratio,  Americans have becpine more, consioa;-  ���������4 n 11 v 0 I a tho I r I la I nitl r,g ' ���������' siaid?'? iheli*  ways, llerejn 1.-; aaapdier phase nl' tlie  j-xehnnge   whda'oby  ' people    learn    of  Hoare, After Long Journey  "Plyiir^gfj- eleyeii d^j's| .^a^igiit'r^>Kf^  maach easier 'and less t2*ying" thaai I  had expected," said -- T^ady- Maud  Hoare, the only woman who has ilown  ^^Oftftinailes^?pn an air voyage, when  she stepped to the befogged platform  of Victdi'i'd stfttaoh, after fan air trip  to In.dia and back with her husband,  Sir Sanaa,ael Hoare,.the air '-minister.  Fog; had prevented the completion  of the last stage7 -from "Paris to London .byfaiiv and,tbe two,were obliged  to.make the-tcidiotis chamiei'' crossing.  The British   Jiir   ahlhisterf aaid   his j  y^ifelefC Croydon?-by largo .passenger j  ate*  piano  pat the, moaning Of Deceih-1  her 27 and   landed  at  Delhi, on  Jan j  uary  8.  '' :  ; ' -' ���������������������������'   '        '"' ' "���������   '' :^  j  "It was aao fan* w^atheq,'ftrip/' said  S ir Samuel.   ;''We had; dust .-storins~5n  tiae ..Persian, gulf and. earthquake on  tho northwest! frontier of India, snow j  and "rai'iv, and, often adverse winds."    j  fLaily Maud Hiapplohiented the  description by  saying:,,,.  "Three day's 'Word di'sthVctly uiv  pleasant,   while   fivb  ;days'out  aaid  the monarchal term  The cha,nge to Dominion of Can-:  ada was made at the instance of  Lord Dea*by, then Foreign Minister,  ���������who, as Sir Johaifsaid in 18S9 in a  letter to Lord?'Knufeford-, "feared the,  ;-������sft'/_^ia^e?^cipld wduSict the .^eiisibili-.  Ties of the Yankees." Sir John in the  siatn^v l-rtfprl ^ef^Jiled^ lias proposal,  and said that, had it been accepted,  he -was sure the Austa-alian colonies  would "have been jippljring to ,be  placed in the same rank^:  -''���������"-*-^ --���������?-���������  It is doubtful if, after sixty years'  use of the word "pomiuion," there  will bo found any : good reason for .a  change. -- .-- ��������������������������� -���������-������������������ - -  Last Year Saskatchewan Printed One  Copy and One of New Testament j  Tlie book  which   still tops   the iist  as the world's  best seller is in print  Graduates at Shantung  Christian University  First; ,<:;Womnn Student . Receives  Diploma in  Midst of War  With the shufllo of China's inarching armies nhnost'.heard on her campus, Shantung ' Christian Uaaircrsily  has completed her academic year with  full aid tendance and, uitder authority  granted by the Parliament of Caaiada,  has graduated sixteen Chinese stu-  denth of. higlier learning, .including  the first woman to cornpleto the  course iai divinity;        ���������     .... "  Miss Clii Via -Clioa'of Mukden, -Manchuria, was presented by Demi Mac-  Btie of the theological facial ty. a mis-  lOO.to 9,000, feet.     This  necessitated i fciionj^' ot ������������ X,Jni1ei1 G*���������* ?* Ulin-  j sada, for her diploma, mad Avail beooane  a teacher of" theology in tlie United  Fa-on Church of Scotland's seiuinary  at Mukden, now being ope nod to women students on a co-oducaatlorial  basis.  1'liroo' dai'ya a*eiuVaiinK for iaoino  were  voa*y buanpy. We flew at'overy hoiglit,  dressing in hiyea*^.? putting oai and  taking otC gavmciits as required, The  only moaaotoiious hits wore two  slrotchos of desert; ,<!u-������ scenery  ot|.tonvlso was most varied;"'  A prieo mark, loedes all right 01a almost anything except, ai man.  Druggist  <a0  X k   **  Miss TEaith rrorowilz. Ihonv, K, V��������� writes: "Having heen troubled  with indigestion caused by eon.stlpatlou for aevoral months, my  dnagglst aadvlHod mo to try OAUTI2IVS MTTI,R L1VKR P������LLi3. lie  fiahl 1hey are good for 11 hundred dlffortmt allmoaats, it people only  knew the viilne of Idem, f caaa safely any that, (since J nan falfhirc  tlifun, and only eaaio ouch night-, I fool like mynclf ugula und can  * -at? most anything."  Those who rufaW froan .'dele headache, laadlgoslloti, bllUvUBiieaa  tlrcdout and aa'.laey l'eellaig, vvlieu duo to constipation, will 11 tail  relief la-  UltliiK DAItTMU'R  TdTTTJO LIVKIJ   TMI.T.H-  UAnTf'l|f^,LITTLH IJVIOIt 1'ILLH In red pacakagen, ������3.������. and 75c.  'J'ry  llioni  fo nl;r!i< ��������� ���������To-iaaon'ow rofi*oidicul---AU  draag^lHlH.  mmmtmmmmmmmmmm  aiew  and strength.    As an exanipl^ of this  Mrs; Saraii Cortex,; Eltenstdw-ir^fr^B.,  says:���������''While ntirsing lujybabj' l.be-  cahie  ruh-dowii;; vei-y^" weak and nervous.    My-head.aclr^dialhfheitiihe aaftl  , I? was'not abloyto do my work. Shad  in Saslcat.chewan Esperanto.    In 1926! often read of Dr.? Williams' Pink Pills  one copy of^the Bible was printed in I and   began  using >them;" and--what; a  Saskkteh<yw^ in    that    international 1 blessiag0 they ;pro red; f Jlefiwevrryhad  ' used* a half dozen boxes I felt, like'.,.a  new person,- and by; tlieir   c"6htlhued  use., for, a while I was e?rttii'ely?;y,r!estoi*-  e'd to my former .heajth * and st.r������|ngth.  I take piea.surO in VecoJaimending'Di*.  Williain^VrPink -Pills to everyone 3 sirf-  ferihg as I did."     ,,..,......:      ,.���������v,.,,,^    ,....,.,,'?  r .f'Yyou can: get thele pills'"''through  iiaiy: aneiliciaie dealer or by mall: at; 5,0  cents a box from The T>a\. Williams,'  Medicine  Co,,  BrOckVille,  ditt? *   ��������� ��������� ���������     . ....     m  iahguasre * as-w-ell  as one eopy of the  New Testament.  Other languages in which the Bible5?  or portions of H arc printed for disf  taibutiou in this province are: Eohe-1  inian, Bulgarian, Chinese, Cree, Danish, Dutch, Flemish, French, Gaelic^;  Gerinan, G;reelc, ITebrbw, Hungarian,;  Italian, Latiai, fLifehauihian, Noa*se, Pol-,  ish,? 3loumanian, Ru-ssiaia, Ruthonianf  Serbiaii,, Swedish^ Welsh and Yiddish.;;  Keep Mingrd'sf Liniment in the stable.  Be good 'and you will be happ��������� as  happy as you can be. nnder tho circumstances.  The patient:usually, lias ;more con-  iidenco -in- , tho physician thaii. ,:.tlie  physiciiin has in himself., .,.,,,- ....,, .,,.<,.^  Some men who live i������y  have l.o get;-along on Voaw  ital.  rheir  small  WHS  caij-  Gooil Roads From U.S. Boundary  Impi/ovlng Highways, Frpo> Points in  'i; Alberta: to tlie U.S.:!Bpimdai*y  "iMalia hlglnvuys' ru'nufug Jro.ni fioints  on'fhorbqaiiitlary lino hetweeaa Clunula  aiad tho Ifiilt.od Stntiss are to he sub  Hlanllailly iiupt*ovod tl������is;> jcar., i'rpiu  point!; in Albert;*, on the buiuuhiry  through as far as Kdtuonton, the jiro*  vlnclal1 '"capital, ;aih"i to Home of 1 homos!, attractive' .scenic sjiola in the  Cii.iiadj.au JMJocJviya.,, Thij. amuiibur of  toiiiis(.S ' coining from lli������������ Unileil  Slnt.es to visit tbe 'scenic wonders nnd  other rUfraction:* 'lu- .Alberta is hi-  ,ei'caiiI������e rapidly, every year. UoLIa ihe  Fc<h>rjal and Proylm-lal uutlioritles  in Cmmdu ui'^ doing ovorythlng possl-  hie lo lOiuiourago yishoiH .front iho  J'nlU'd. :-?u������t������������H !in������l <ilh������>i* /���������nMn1i'l������-������", *Jr.  Hpond *.li,<)llaj:n'y hi the Doiiaiinlon.  Dissolve two "BAYER TABLETS 'OF  ASPiRIN"  in  four tablespoon Tills of water and, gargle .'(i'lprouglil >y  w.   s.  "1C1  Swiillow some of  llic solution.    Donrt  'rinse the lnoutlt.V Repeat g'afgle every  %WQ JiouiJi if aetcssary.      r       ,  This is an effective yamla proved safe  by mdliom anil prescribed hy physicians.  ������afeS*  Accept only ^Bayer"  ���������package Look for  the    "Bayer    Cross/'  For  TONSILITIS  and  SORE  TiiRiQAT  1  llnntiy ">*:xj.?v" lii?:itn of 32 ������j*h3<-.J^. AU������������ b������>lLiVw m* Jl-i and lull���������Th-iiuyfiiMlH.  Auiilrln l������ alio la-n������In na'irlt fwnliif.i!i*nd lu Omuvln) of :i������������jr������������r MmmUuMw-i* ot Jt<ni<j������r������>Uo*  Kfiilculcr <tt HailU-ylti-B^ld <A������-rt5-l **!il!fy!l'- .vJtJ. "A. l*. A."). "aVl-Ua it i^ i,Ml Luurtir,  tHn.t. AHOlrtiuwiMiN lluyor mntiairii^ium-.tu n*mtnt t!if iMtMtr' lifi-ql'ifct tinlttUI(Ji>������,lh^ 'J'ablmt*  ������t lluya*' <t."C)Uit������any wl!! ha niutuwil >-llli  tiutli* koixiiaI Ij-.-kIv taiarU, tlin "lliiycr a*r<in*," f>������w*������^W*UM.  SdyA':A  ������������������:��������� '���������'. v. i-;r-'.w<t / if-f^iy^v^r*1-^''"8"������������������ ?-.-?.���������"*;,,v  STUM HEVIEti!  ������*������  J^s^.*snlP������yy,^s������o-y at CicesBasa. 3.C  _ >*^e.' points.  !&'-& Ha-sbs, Kdltoraiid Owner.  >-*������  OBISBWHk B.C. FRIDAY. MAR. 18  ������M>  Preszarmg for Exhibition  Tingg took iaa bis subject  ^Prepsaing of Vegetables and Flow-  era for Exhibition." Ha gave in  detail the marks given by judges  ior imiformity,, aize, quality and  api^swrr^nes ants aseatiiesaUa prepay.  ing them to? exhibits In" most  cases msta was a secondary matter  compsyssS with smc&ihs���������&s and  brightness in color in different var  ietiee. The eise of various garden  predsets was girea as a standard  takea hy moat judges as foIio^s*  Beets, two and half to three inches  in (diameter; cauliflower, sis to  sight inches diameter; cabbage,,  rou-sd, 8 inches; long or early rsis  inches, and faat" eabba������������6, 12 inches,  inches in length.   Celery, as large  as possible,  blanched evenly, close,  Gilsp.  solid    and   heavy.    Cusnm  bers,   according   to   variety, long,  smooth, raniforsn  in sise and solo?  ���������awp eaSSsS, 3s*vs    S3   aSSS   afOeH S������S=dS-  aa   possible.    Com,   nniforaa,   fair  size, dose, without bosks, not hard  or fully   sssatured.    Head   lettuce-,  large and solid and free from faded  Isavea.     Common  lettuce,    leaves  ionasand uniform.    Onions, uniform |  in color according to variety, ssnsli  necks, hard and about 3 inches in  diameter.   Parsnips, firm, dear and  smooth and email core.    Peas, large  and ssasfsru* sua Hiied  with good  green,   peas,   but  not   over  ripe  Badaefe,   bright   and   clear   color.  Potatoes, not over large, uniform in  size, dough skin or hardened,  free  from disease   or   blemish,    weight  from 6 to  12 ounces  according to  ^������jp|g*w   tfaa;eg52g,v������w fw sBUV ]B0 %������* 1K> 1������35=  Turnips, about 5 inches in diameter  free from insect -marks. Sugar  mangolds, smoothness move import*  ant than size and uniformity.  Several Questions we?** asked and  Mr. Twigg's advice to prospective  exhibitors of both vegetables and  flowers were well received.���������Ferine  Free Press*  in:,tW--*soh������s!5. :--H������ then- dealt, with J   ihe^ various intelligence? t-ests ngecilg  ������M������������"t    ' ������w(WMr������l6-������      '������A.*������������5e������ -.'-3  #M WIS*. ���������    rr"���������   ���������mm'  SSK5     JP������SE������������53     Cumsuou. wi������ ���������������! f    Bci- ���������  ver^r*jifjno, uuuurraii  ������<xvO*������   anuaS  in tsiissensc. 22per cent* Jsjapssfoiv ������  percent,  very superiorr-Wd form   _  the  c!ass_ that   p^oduos ^gemtiBes   g.  ������rh3e on theother hand z^ per cent. 1 p  are inferior! and 8 per cent,.-very!  inferior.   Of all the white races the  23n$gSiah, Scotch and jTrish -are most  Intelligent, with the Boateh having^  slightly the a^yantage.    The Chi-'  iiesetand Japanese nitsk very high.  KAt tis������_ ������lose of "t^ss eddress .s,'  hearty vote of thanks was tendered  Inspector Manning.   Tea was served by Mrs. Hayes, Mrs. G-. Johns-  eon, and Mrs* J. TL BEayden.    02.80  was the freewill offering   for the  Crippled Children's Fund  wmmmmmMrmwm^mimmmTmMtM  g-T'a"ij'ia ess       Tnf ii aaw^. ^y ������������������^*a������s *^S . -     IBB p. <��������� ���������^ewbi' tb������'  ���������J:^  ate  u  BESS  ���������a.^sle5!5-������jr ^sj^gs*! g������<ssz2&s-i  Miss KendaU. printsipai of Kitchener  school* baa issues the following list of  stacdlass fo������ XHyfeina i fer JFebsuarv:  Highest standing, Grade -4���������Nettle  And"������otsoft\ EJaaoer LEndbloom. Garade  5���������Elsie Nelson. WiUawrd Blair. Oracle  6-gdsth Helaaoa*. Qi^de 7���������B**at8*iee  Molander, Clau-ole Simpson, Most Jim-  proveioeatr���������iliud-arclg Andenron. Jfer-  lecfe attendasce���������^Itndwig Anderson,  OUsence Ass^essKsa. Ss-!ss������r A&de*son,  Kettle AadrcsoS, WesSey Blair, WIU-  ������rd Blair. 3>&i������riis Bnsh, Vet a McGon-  e*%al������ Richard SSolander, Edith Neltson,  Cianoe Simpson.  9g������e report of- $&&&& Portor for Sivis-*  ion 2 is a������ follows:    Highest standin**?,  I^nfflniiBc Myrtle Javndemm. Grade  Sb���������Sas-fc A&SessoB. Orade 2���������-Laura  And3,osoff5. Henry Nelson, Ita^rence  Stress^* *Sra*3e la���������Jack ianglois,  I<eonard Bobn. Grade lb���������Robert  Juhanson, I*ee Strong. Perfect sttend-  anee~Myrtls Anders^ss, I<assra Assdro-  eoff, Mary AadiosoJE. Fared Androsoff  .Marie Aro, s^assries Bnsb, ^aasei Mc-  -Gos^aS. I3o������3glas BScKee. Henry  Nelson, Ijee Strong, Robert Johnston,  Cart Anderison.  You, no doubt^ will soon need one; the  bright Spring days will soon be with us  again.  We woisM like to Aaw yon oisr fiitse Tailored  ���������������  ���������a?.  fB&*-1*9-J5!mnm%  Gobd Bt and good materiai guaranteed.  A1&& a fssll.line ������f Trousers hiFaneyTwea&  and Fmm Se-rgaa, $3.00 fe$7a0O  CORPORATION OF THE  VILLAG  Statement of ;Reeeij^ts and Disbursenients  YEAR ENDING DECEMBER Si, IS36  Taxes���������Meal Property  Taxes, 1926.  Arrears of Taxes, 1025.  Arrears of Taxes, 1*824.  Penalties, 1928 taxes.  .$2031.90  Interest and Penalties 1025 tsses.  4  Institute Hears  Intelligence Talk  Creston and Biatriet Women's  Institute had their March meeting  on Friday afternoon^ with tho pre-  indent. Mra. B, Stevena in charge.  The tainutea of the February meet  injg, together -with the treasurer's  report were read and adopted.  Notioo has iueb heen received  that the provincial conference -of  the B.C Women'o Snafcitiatea will  he held at Chilliwaok thie year,  father on May 18th to 21������t inclna-  ive, or Svfty 6th to Gth inoluoivo.  The mooting expreataed itself in  favor ol the oarlier dato on motion  of Mrs. Q. Cartwrifeht and Mra. O.  A, M. Yonngr.  The ladies decided to donate $10  to Creaton and district pnblio Hbj>  ary. The secretary reported that  %h& daiiea hol������3* on ^obrsaary  23rd yaiaed $92,50. Bxpensea incurred amounted to $15 leaving  $7T.60 etc**-. It wab decided to hold  aiooial evening! in March, and a  committee waa appointed to make  the neoeaaary orranjjomonte.  After the roll was called the  members and a number of vEoitore  w������liwsi3������'d C&pt. Masusiiaar, ineips"8t������  of eehoole, who fcave a moat interesting addreae on "Tho Intoltfiftenoe  of Children."' He lx*������n*ii. by oot>  ^ratnlatinie the diatriat on. the eroat  proirreae mada durinii the pautt year  Interest and Penalties, 1924 taxes.  Bog Taxes   S38.66  92.60  07.85  S2.S5  47.08  r* bmmimm%mlm**3T%B),  Govsrfttitctit txrottts  XAquor Profits.  Motor Liceo-seiTj-  Pari Juntuel Taxetra.  418.15  190.00  Tax Sale costs recovered -.-_....  RefmS on Fire Fighting ^uipmtmt  Oiiflh on handf!pcc. 81,1025 --.  Cash at bankp JDec. 81,1025.  19031.00  2173.01  C6.00  14.10  8.85  B56fl.ll  8084.00  DBSBURSenAEMTS  General Administration  Sala-triea, ,,. , ���������... ^  Accoanting and Auditing.  p0at&K6 And wM>r t<������Z.  .$ lSS6.8f  "75.00  Printing and stationery.  K!ectsen expsnes���������  Municipal Ball building .,,,��������� ,,���������..;,..,   Municipal Hall furniture and equipment.  jMnnEtsifial Sail gftrSfaEanee and maSnten^e  TalGKrs~S_ -, ���������...���������...   Workmen's Compensation Board.  Movtofr old-fire.hall bnlldln8������  Poatomee bos rent.  Dogj t&ftB.  Registrar of E������and Titles  Highways  Street consixuetion^.^..  Street maintenance.  70.60  88,10  1804.50  S������7.50  ' 1.2S  20.05  IjLSO  ������.08  iaia  LIS  246347  m0me**������pii������0*mm m**>  $10,487.11  Sidewalk constrnction.  Sidewalk malntsnansc.  Bridge ma!nt������nanoeM  Took.  Fire Protection  New etmipmeni������~~H.  Jd   14.1?  .   857,E6  ISiTtSd  mMS.53  8a7������  14,05  Insurance and maintenance   Gtant&  Oreaton Valley Ag. AfisostaMon fall fair.  Reliiof of poor.  192$ Accounts paid-  87.00  BALANCE���������Dash on hand Dee. 81.1020  Oaah at bank Dee. 81,1020...  .S7  8005.08  80*S2cO4  487.41  50.00  180.00  552.00  mmmenmmmmmmimwmm  ���������883&.81  8085.00  a^rUe-Maai-M-MMla**'  ���������40.487JS  "rat a"Nrr^v? QMi^TyTr  ii Sl ��������� laiia   jA_     5aixiJialijo������M^iiaWiX^--fiJiw       >3        nmuar^ pmwmfp Piiua-^iJRr rff-. %^mwjf ���������JSLm-<������W    J5L^  DECEMBER 31, 1926  m m^0mmtlm,mmtmm  Oaab on hand  Oaah at bank.^.^-^^  Arreatra of taxes* iOSOu.  iut������aw o������ taKas, 3CX5 ^   Arrears of taxea, 10K4   Aeooutita rec*tv������We���������~.  Offieeand hall furniture.   JUeuM d<9preolatlon.������~���������*--.  Fir* fighting oQulnment.  I^M depreciation.  8torag������irhon9e.  <������������������ trnm-tmnMrnH  i .mm .m mmm������.'mm'mmmmmm  Ijtm d*������nr������elatlofi������  ���������4m+,*m*m������tmmm>  HttnteEnal'HaU bnltdlng  ������#aas depreelatlon-^^^���������,^-���������^-----  Munkisbpsii idaail mkm������ jws. w. wwt>������. 3  mmm������pmmsmm������*mmmmmnm*mmmm*tm  ,Q      .27  8085.03  84.00  20025  930.95  1181,50  iai.66  ttft.00  0.50  wtmw  "������806liu80  805.00  85  810.00  1000.00  85.50  1000.0Q  ********  00^mm*imMm**M m*  SmmmmVU^ m1Stmmm\    AlttV  AO���������OtTNTB PAYABf.16 - Owwton Mercantile  C/Q-Sa  J^^flliiMiiagrrtjiiipriiriiiiiMiTriirru latitxutt^Bjrnuwjtnaata-iyraviinai^ifMriit^wr^niJiiu . aaaaWIP"'  BAIJANOBM9urpluo of Aaeota over WablUfcl^ ~.~~. 7104.00  attiratMrir^irMWMaV  I9116i%.05  A* SrEMCSRi Aw^.iitcc  ^���������1  v\ *S?BE  CBESTOSI  BSVSSHT  - yv  fjyf  Si f  S3  ������^9.s*S,  Kates of  Commission  ������ove  fiteiice  UffstUs  $$230 to  5.00 to  10.00 to  50.00 to  60-00 to  32.50  5.00  10.00  30,00  60.00  60.00  80.60 to 100.00  3������.  IOc  12c  18c  20c  24c  MPERL%L  Tellers of this Bank sell  ;���������*:. Bank Money Orders pay*.,  able anywhere in Canada���������at  any Bank9 and our Agents  abroad hondr these Orders at  current rates of Exchange.  When you wish to remit small  sums of money ask the teller  for a Bank Money Order.    n  -ANiC  C W. A1AAN>   OF CXXNAXMm,  GRESi^N BRANCH*  .Manage-?.  Kus-setu pota toes  ���������'���������&���������:  Potatoes���������Rnrnl  for sale, for eating or. seed, $1.50 per  sack.   F. J. lUingenemitb. Erickson.  Wanted��������� Woman- for 'general  housework on ranch, iaarmly of three���������-  no children." Satriquire - Review QSlee.  fiHen-iwiS  \SSm  IQBmW*  ss  N ew Stock of  Harness  At the first meeting of the directorate of the Creston Valley Co-Operative  Assoc! utior. ob Thssrsday last F. Knsstt  waa again chosen president, with W-  G. liittleJohn������ vice-president, aud" "T.  B. Maw������on, secreUiry-treaswrer.  East Creston Water Users'Association had their annual meeting on  Tuesday night at which P. R. Trus  esstt was elected president; Geo* Hoh-  den, vice-president; and -W. J.  Truscptt?secretary-treaBia rer. Financ  iatly the year. \vas a- most' successful  one.   >��������� '���������':        '���������'��������������������������� '��������� ������������������'  between Cresfcon and Wynndel. This  is a much larger Area than he was.here  last fall to look over and he has taken  "the plans back "to* Toronto with fiim  and ssil! submit a tender .for the dyking work. ~ J  Uranbrook Courier: The deaih^toas  .reported from the St, Eugene Hosplt&l  t tcsday of.Tony Rudinscki, admitted to  I hat institution in January suffering;  from paralytic goitre. The deceased  was working with an extra gang- on  the raib-vay at Oreston when taken ill.  Xiittle.is known here of the deceased  antecedents, but sn effort ia being  naa.de to communicate ~ with a friend  said to be lining in Nelson^ No date  has been set for the funei al as yet.  Oreston 1*0.B.A. ladies had a large  -turnout on Monday night for a. special  anoeetissg of the , lodge, , which Was  favored with a visit from Mrs. 3f"ag-  gurt of Kelowna, grand seeietar-g* of  of the JL.O.B.A. Brand Lodge of BIO..  and Mrs. Brown of-Cranbrook, who  was on Siafurday,.choseu worthy mistress of the newly-organized lodge in  that city. * After tho business of,the  evening had been disposed of a supper  was served and the occasion was much  enjoyed by all present.  &m Eui-iflitii!������i ������r^m i  ���������*  ���������   ��������� m.i mmm   ataaaas n   mm   aaHtf *���������'      ������������������������     n   mm   S   ������   SS"      SS 2| '  555 5H      55 !5! ?= ���������* i5 ���������*=���������?���������* *���������  s3ecofiQ  [connection  ������*?  sn  Am M������M*ssixoffi  tfSJJ, __     _       Jet    W~   .-���������      Hff ��������������� ..in   ... ������il_ii S.m j J  Those interested In the Arrow Creek  irrigation project, are asked to attend  a meeting at the Craigte packing shied  on Wednesday afternoon next, March  23rd, at 2 o'clock.  ^Mrs. Bamford, who has spent, the  winter at Calgary. Alberta, is hereof or  a few days stay with Mrs, Bundy, en  route to her hossse In Nelson.  Carpenter work is well under way  for the commodious new store be-in**?  ejected by Creston Drug & Book Store  on the lot between the Bank of Commerce and S. ASSSpeei-s* store. Manager Geo. H. Kelly states the building  -will be one story, 26 s (30 feet-���������just a  counle of feet larger than his present  quarters. It will be piaster finished  and his plans call for' the insf^iia^ion  of a dispensing room 6 s 26 feet that  will be-as modern as? any. store in the  province. It will be electric lighted  throughout; and? occupied" about May  1st. Boyd & Craig are -the contractors.  Missionary services wilt be held in  Trinity United Church on Sunday.  March 20th. Thesis the Jubalee (50th)  of the Central India Mission and suit- j]  able services- are being held in all the I  UnitedJ Churches, throughout Canada.  The'jubilee -will-'be   continued   until  av������r������m<r������M-,?  SYNOPSIS OF .  i ������lfi  lUENliEiTW  Vacant, unreserved, ? surveyed  Crown lands may* be pre-empted \>y  Britlsfa subjects over 18 years of age;  and by aliens on declaring intention  ~.o become British subjects, coitdi-  tionfel tapon residence; occupation,  *nd Improvement for agtricultural  purposes.  Full Information concerning- regai-  atios-ui regarding* pre-emptions la  given In Bulletin No. 1, I*and Series,  "How to Pre-empt Lawd." copies of  which can be obtained free of charge  by addressing- -the jD^-partmeaat of  btuada*. Victoria, B.O, or to aayGov-  eminent Argent.  Records will bo granted covering  only land suitable for agricultural  purtJoa^B, and "whiete !������ not tlmber-  iona, Le.p carrying- over 5,000 boeixd'  feet p������r acr* west of the Coast Sanaa  and 8,000 feet per acrei east of that  Ranee.  Applications for pre-emptions are  to be addressed t������> the Land Commissioner of the Xi&nd Recording Di ���������  vision, In which the land applied, foils situated, and are made on rprintsd  forme, copies of which, can bo obtained from the Land Commloaioner.  Pra-empUo-oo must b-a occupied for  five ycaxa* nnd Isoprovcsnents made  to value of 910 per acre, including  clearlna and cultlvatlnrff at least flv������  aoras* before a Crown Grant can be  received.  Vor more detailed Information see  ths Bulletin "How to Pre-romp<  tjand.w    '���������  <9       PURCHA0E ������  Applications are recalved for pur  chase of vacant and .unreserved  Crown lands, not being* tlmbcrland.  for agrloultural purposes; mtnlmum  pxios of first-oluBs (arable) land Is tl  per acre, and aooond-olaas (arraelng)  land $2.60 per acre, further Infor-  nw.tlon resarding purchase or loas������  of Crown lands U erlvon in Bulletin  No. 10, Xrfind 8iMrl������0. ���������"Purchase and  Leaso of Crown I*and������,"  Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 4ft- acres,  may be purchase fl or leased, the conditions Including payment ot  Mtumpage.  HOIWE8ITE   LEASE &  !    ITnsurveyed araun, not excoedlnifc 2C  acres, may  bo loosed as homesltes,  j conditional   upon   a   dwell! np-   being  ibrootod In tlao flrst year, title being  obtainable of tor resldenco nnd lm-.  provemont   oondlUonn   aro    fulfilled  -"and land "has b������en surveyed,  LEASES  For arateinn and   Industrial    pur  Pomm areas not exoeadlng 040 aar<������  may bo icosod by 6ns person or  ������  company.  G HAZING  I -Onater the Oraalng Act th-o JProv-  Inoa to dividsil Into exacta* dlstrioti.  and tho runtfa udmlnlsterod under a  Groadng v Commissioner. Annual  Kraslntv poi-mita aro tabued hosed on  iiumbara ranarod, priority being given  io oidtabwiafhot*! ownora. StoclC'Ownora  may form tunsoclationa for ran**  mantujomoTit. ITroe, or pariSally -fr������M,  1'wmits are avwiabio for oottlors  mmpmrn' and   t������**v������1l*rs,   up   to   ten  The Chrisler garage is evidently ex  pecting Erickson   to   have a   normal  year.    Delivery   of   three  1927? model  Fords was taken this week.  The birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs.  Nelson Bail of Reason last, week gives  Mrs. H. Truseott the right to lay  claim to the honor of being the ������nl"y  great grardmothezfin this section.  night  mispit-nai'v i ���������  social %vill be held id the church base-  tuent.    This will be an unusual social  The programme will be of missionary  games and competitions.   The refresh"  tiients will be  out   of   the ordinary.  There wiii be no charge for admission,  but an offering will  be  taks-aa Kp during the evening.     A hearty invitation  is extended to-all to be present at/this  jubilee. ������ ..;,;.;..-..-,  Not in recent years at any arate have  deer been so numerous as they are this  year. On Friday morning last. Mrs.  John Graham counted a herd of nine  of them on the hillside at the Graham  ranch.  The Whirlwind Club had a full  house at their whist and dance at the  schoolhouse on Friday night, -and the  affair proved one of the most enjoyable in the claib'ss history. The win  ners at cards were Mrs. Roy Browell  and Mr. Hester nt high scoring, with  Mrs. Roy Telford aoci f������*rs. John Ha.l  awarded the consolation trophies.  The music for the dance was i n  charge off Mrs. Lister.  i  FOfiM F  Local and Personal  ��������� III   ���������IB- I I Ml1���������������I���������>��������������������������� ��������� .,1.1..���������..II-*. .^1   !.���������������������������������- yM-'l.li..lir ���������������������������..������������������ ���������������������������������������������I ��������� .1  E. Gammon, of Nelson, who is in  charge of tne pa*ovincial police work  in West Kootenaay, was here on an  official visit Tuesday, and on his return took with him Wm. Kennedy,  who on Monday was sent aip for trial  Bt a highHT court' by Maigistrate  Mallandaine.  Mrs. Sherwood, Ma-s. C. H. Hare,  Mrs. Dow, Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. Speprs aand  Mrs. Henderson avere at Cranbrook a  couple of days last week attending the  oeasiona of Oio Kootenny Prcsbyteriiil,  returning on Sul-urday. Mrs. Boyd  was elected treasurer, and Mrs, Hure  Is tidings seorotary.  Fred Bel anger of Cranbrook is combining business nnd pleasure on a visit  to Creston this week��������� renewing acquaintances, with a host of oldtinao  frinnds, and loading out several thou  sand fenoe postu that were cut about  six you io ago by Bellinger & Mungatn,  nnd oince then piled   in   the   O.P.tf.  yurd,  Mainy friends, here of H������-nry Bleu*  menauaoa", who had churgc of the  Beafctle-Ontwiiy drngstoa*e In 1023, will  very di������eply ������ymprtlh!ro with him in  tho death of his wife, which occurred  tit Kimberley on Saturday night, after  a brief lllnu������a. Tho tuinalns wore taken to New Denver on Tuesday "for  bairlnl.   Two young children sairvive.  ' O. V. Ciiiumins of the: contracting  flrnu of Cummins, & llnhinson, .Toronto, Ont., wu������ hero at tho'end. of'tho  week making a Htudy of the Iteoiamu-  tion- 0������. plautCfor dyking the8000 acreB  Certificate of Improvements  Midnight   Fractional   Mineral   Claim,  sitzwte in the Nelson Mining Division,  of Kootenay District.  Where located: On Sheep Creek, adjoining the  Queen Mine Group.  TAKE NOTICE that I, A. H. Green, actteg:>������  agent fox' Michael M������rphy. ot Kaalo. S.O., Freo  Miner's Certificate No. a3476lc, intend, raixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for tho purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 85, must be commenced before tho Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements. '  Dated thia 1st day of February; 192T.  A. A. GltEEN.  MINERAL AGT  Certificate of Improvements  n or/OfS"  Klondike No. 1 Fractional Mineral  Claim, situate in the Nelson Mining  Division of Kootenay District.  Where located:   Noar Ymlr, B.C;   adjoining  .   tho Yanlceo Girl. <  TAKE NOTICE that I, A. H. Gi-oon. actrnir  as layout for William ThonrnH MoDowall, of  ���������Yrala*. B.O., Froo Minor's Cortiflcato No. 80216c,  Intend, sixty dayr* from tho dato hereof, to  apply to tho Mining- Itooordor for a Cortiflcato  of Improvements, for tho purnoao of obtaining  a Crown Grant of tho above claim.  Aaid further take notice that action, under  Section 85. muat ho comraonootl boforo tho iaau-  anoo of auoh Cortiflcato of Improvomontfl.  Dated this Dth day of AubiihL lft-28.  A. H. GItlCEN.  MINERAL AGT  '   FORMF  Certificate of Improvements  NOTIOE  May Day and Pink'Diamond Mineral  Claims, situate in the Nelson Minima  Division of Kootenay District.  Where located:   About *throo miles from Ymlr,  IMO.  TAKIC NOTIOIC that I, A. H. Groon, aotlna  a������ airont for liowln Bavloo, Froo Mlnor'n Cortll'  oat������ No. H6������I21C Intend, Hlxty dayn from IJi..  data hereof, to apply to tho Mlailnjs ICucomor  ont������ No. 85������������MO, Intend, Hlxty dayn from ������.ho  d������.to hereof, to apply to tho Minimi ICucomor  for a Goi-Mlitmto or? Implovomont^, for tho pur-  ponn of obUklnlntr a Crown Grant to Uio above  olainiH.  And further lake notice tlaat action under  BiH)l.lori fW, miiHt bo  commenced boforo tho  inmnwioo an hiicIi <iuruiii������i������ oi Jniinu v������ihkji������ui.  Dated thla dth day of Janvary, lliW, ���������.iram.T  A. IL GltKKN.  \  h. ��������� ���������? ���������' ���������  $ S6f  1005  1025  Sedauti--��������� -r   l^andau Sedan���������  Gise-Toia Truck  Ster  823  824  Xecludes BuiBper, Spare Tire, Motormeter.  aj^v/ss   wr-  ���������f~ trt  JT^  va ������*% r^m   ������  .      PALMER    &.    MAXWEIL  SCRV8CE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY QA@OS.iNE  mmm iia  MEAT. 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Everything in Radio Batteries,  i  A RAGE  J  GENUINE ASSISTANCE  TO FARMERS  That this Bank is anxious to assist th������ iqprl*  cultural development of Canada Is sliowfi  by -the foct that two-thirds of oiir borrowing  customers axe former-*.  An ������ppll*caai*tloi*ii tor cttdit afroataa you will  lb������tiv������r������aaadi������aiaticMtcM)nald*rati������ aareaubiritMiatU.  i8i  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Caajpiatak jfaaia Up JZO^KIO^CKI.  IPojoA  Cre*ton Branch  D. T. Sctimgcottr, Mttitaagcr  ^fittUMUAtih  Wraps at   me laevnew mmwsmmmm  saHSSswjBBBHrasaswras  tii-U A'.iM*.\*,*>.*t *Wril S<Jt" --V**t  iJt^iai^^jm^/^atayi^J^aw  jSKisiS*5*rs������l^fcW^^  t������??:?  "5li'."-.  i  113  !lf  THE    BEVTEW,    CHESTO^     B     (X  lAiTd  ft ^*   vvaA-  Artt-SF long W  ������CI m^iUwiWFMMMgf^ ?as lilfe   stk-e-S"   rf**������^k������***ft _ ���������,   __  is gob������  Now packed only in Aluminum.  i o micrease Egg Production  Hens Lay More Eggs With the Use of!  Light !  The use of'-lights witla the''laying j  flock iaicreases the 'winter and yeatiy j  ogg prodvicliorr. Fall laying caai bo  kept tap by iiss'irig lights from September 1 to Xovbmber 1. It is possible  by ns-ink-lights to carry 'Ihe early  hatched pullets 'thi'oaigh .their first  production period 'with much loss  moulting than when lights aro runt  used. .Slow maturing pullets "will mature faster under lights. Properly installed lights will increase iu (lie labor income fraili the- bird .-3 for the  year.  n  eef m ?ever^ :m  ���������mr "V*"*. -g  V^  B  ranc  kL  mes in  ���������S31  Torture Jewish Boy  Anti-Sam itic  the  Wave      Sweeps  Soviet  Union  Throe  members-.of  Mae  <Jom������naanist  Party, havo boon arrested at Ivaaiovo-  , VozaieseaiHk. near Moscow. <m charges  The  next,  few   years will witness great,  activity in branch  lines i-aihvny j oC having    tortured    a    Jewish     boy  eoasn-uT-tiuii hi Western ('"anada, judging by the Canadian National Railways ! 11;,mRd  ISayraeh, employed   in   a   fac-  programaue  covering  ihe  nexa.  three years.,   recently   outlined  to I'natiametit j lcH'-v AvUU  thena.    They  are alleged'to  by   Hon.    Charles    A.    Dunnuig,    Minister   of   Railways,    coupled    with   the j luu*������ !1PI>IUmI electric wires lo the hoy  to li;"tvo  nearly st rankled him on  one occasion.  intimation  that   hats   been  given  that the  Canadiaai  Pacific al*o plans ext.eiv! :lTUV to ������'*iVv"������ 'nearly strangled  she branch lines building itt the West, although,-at the tiavte of writing, the  details of their inogvanune have not been made public.     " 5  ... . ,       ���������    ���������    ��������� i  (.annua is   weaa   euuippeu  watJi  main  lines  of railway;   so  well   equipped j  an  fact that  the statement is frequently  made that, the  Dominion has over- j  built   in   this   respect.     These   main   line.--   run   east   and   west,   carrying   the]  products of the "West  to Ontario, Quebec, the Atlantic and the Pacific coast.'  d  bringing   to   the   nr-ua-U-s   the  iiianniaeiiired  goods  as    w ell   as  of  th** east,   aaad the  the    imports    coming  fruiu   iish.   lumber  of  LUiiish   Columbia.  tha-ougla  our seaport   cities.  iUai jtL order to make these long maiu lines profitable from ait operating  standpoint. Caere must be a veritable atetworli of braiuii lines to feed tliem.  1  It   is   in  the  West   that   these   feeders   are   mostly   needed,   and   where   ihe j  possibilities  for  securing new   and  larger   trallac is  most   promising. j  There,  i.  The case has rev oa led a Avave of  anti-Seniuisin throughout the Soviet.  I 11 ion.  MARCH WEATHER  UANUKUlJd iO MM  Three years of stomach and. hidrtey disorders wrecked  Her health,, JSo<w fully recovered and feeling  splendid, she thanks Tanlac  Mme. Eliza Villcmairo lives at 432.  St. Tatriftk' Street, .Ottawa.. She is  ruddy and robust, Knowing no signs of  the distressing ordealshc went througti  ���������for three years. "No. words,can cx-  ])i*c*i what 1 suffered," she said recently. ".A ttiui.es I Uiotiglit nay hack  aijuTst break, aiul I could'-not even  stoop over io set the table.  "My^touiacla was just as had, for  food woaald lie there like a lump of  lend. ��������� I used to Moat terribly, and at  times could hardly catch my breath.  Nervousness .kept meawake half the ?  night.'*.'''I tried many remedies and'  treatments but though I spent a small  fortune on them, nothing seemed to  help me.  "I only wish I had taken Tanlac  when mj' trouble first start ed for it  eet* tan 1 ly would have saved m e a lot of  -suflferiug. Tho way any trowiies disappeared after talang'it was almost .  mngi(;al. It built me up and made me  a. new woman. Now my kidneys  sever bother aite, I am free from all  pain and any digestion is splendid.  If  I had my way I'd put Tanlac in every  home m Canada.  That's how much  1 think about it." ._..... ,,,,���������  Don't  neglect nature's  warnings."'  At tlae first sign of trouble, take Tanlac, nature's own tonic, made from  roots, herbs and barks.   Your drug--:  gist iaas it; get a bottle today.  Over  52 million bottles sold.  another .lack  i:i   the West  iu the railway situation  as it now  and thai is In the matter of lines initialing north aud south, eoameotiias:  exis  ah*-   several  east   and  west  main 3iues.     Branch  line   construction   in   more  reO'Tit years has been  planned so as to not  only provide feeders to the main!  lines,  but  through  a  gradual   linking  up  of these  branches bring   about  con-  nocting lines running in a generally north and south  direction.  I.raneh line construction in the West ������nusr, in Cue i'ului-e. h-ivo slill?  another main objective in. mind. The Hudson Bay Railway is being pushed  to completion, and by the end of tlie year steel will almost if atot quite  reach to the Bay terminal. By- the AVest, this railway is regarded as a main  line.���������a direct "Western route to tidewater and the markets of Kurdpe. If  this route proves to bo what its advocates claim for it, then in the Jtot. now  uisiuau future millions of bushels of Western grain will move north which'  must now- find au outlet either to the Atlantic or  the Pacilic.  Our existing iierwoa-k of main and branch lines must be .provided wtih  direct connect ion with the Hudson Bay Railway, its success requires this,  ami the people deanand it." in order that tliey may enjoy maximum benefits  which  the new outlet   should  provide.  As the soul hern terminus of the Hudson Bay Railway is in Saskatchewan, it naturally follows ihat the initial work of' providtaag- direct connection with ir. maisL be done in that Province through the building of  certain branches which will have the effect of linking up existing lines with  the Bay road. The building of such lines aro included in the C.'N.R. pi'O-  grainnio. recently announced. It would be n mistake, however, to regard  tliose as purely Saskatchewan branches. They ai*e just as inaportaut and as  essential to Manitoba and Alberta as they are lo the Province in which they  must atcl.ua.lly be built.  The   c.oustructioit   of  these    connecting    branches    may    also    prove    an  On Account o������ the Very Sudden  Changes in Temperature  j Our Canadian .--March weather���������one  j day bright, but sloppy, the next folus-  I tery and cold���������is extremely hard on  i children. Conditions make it neces-  i sary i'or the mother to keep the little  i ones indoors. They are often eonfin-  ���������j ed    to   overheated,   badly   ventilated | sl yeal'  Working Women Want Chance  Too    IWany   "Htgh-Bro-ws"   in    Brilish  Parliament   Opinion   of  Women  Socialists  Many   .women   in   Iho  Socialist   audi  T^aboi* movement iat    Kngland,    have \  reached the conclusion that too nanny |  "high-brows'*   are   representing   them |  In   parlaaanent.     They  point   out   that ���������  Motoring in  Alberta  All-the-year-round   motoring  is  now  planned   in   Alhcrta,   a   result   of-the  fact   that   there   is   an   aiatouoliile   to  every ten persons in the proviaicfe.   u??  1  rooms  there are no genaaiue working women!  selected as Socialist parliamentary ���������  candidates but that women of higher |  social rank can obtain nominations;  quite easily. Consequently plans are !  under way lo raise a fund of $13,000 j  so   that  working   women   will j  competing \  IF STOMACH IS  TROUBLING YOU  Instantly!     End   Indigestion  or Stomach Misery with  "Pape's Dinpepsin"  and   catch   colds   which   rack I have a better    chaaiee    of    ^.^..^ ��������� (  their whole system. To guard against j -with   t.heir  more   fortunate   sisters   in I  these colds and to keep the. baby well   tl     ���������ar(.r Pnv ���������,.i-.^1ontarv honors,  till  the   oetter.   brighter   flays    eoane        -!.-.--���������������-  along,   a  box  of Baby's   Own  Tablets  should  be  kept in the  liouse and an  occasional dose    given    the    baby    to  keep his stomach sweet arid his bowels  working regularly.  j      Baby's  Own Tablets are a itiild but  ! thorough  laxative  which    aiever     fail  i to  regulate  the  stomach  and bowels  j and   thus   relieve    colds    and   simple  j fevers and  keep  baby fit.    The   Tab-  i lets  are  sold by medicine dealers or  j by mail at  25  cents a box froan  The  j Dr. Williams*    Medicine    Co.,    Brock-  ville, Ont.  As soon as you eat a tablet or two  j ot "Pape's Biapepsin" your indigestion  ^  j is gone!  Heavy pain, heartburn, fiatu-  .     j Ienee,  rgases,  palpitation, or any- inis-  AVhy   suffer from   corns  when   they ! cry  from a  sour, acid stc-mach  ends.  can be painlessly rooted out by using 1 Correct   your  stomach   and   digestion  Ilolloway's Corn Remover. ! Cor a few cents.    Kadi' package guar-  _���������:  .   ] anteed by druggist.  The   hottest   flame' man    has   bcenl ���������""    ���������~T~.   :   :    ���������  able to produce, by  electricity,, is es-!      Property   in   the   west   eud  of   Lon-  timated at 30.000 to SO.O00 degrees.  There are now 3.1,000. miles of railway and ,23 million acres of canal irrigated lands in India.  don   is   still  held   on   leases   granted  'three or tour' centuries ago.  W'heai  a  man is  a   tittle mellow he  iniagiues that lie is ripe; for anything-  Indians Are Good Farmers  t  Indians of Prairie Provinces  Produced  One  Million  Bushels of Grain  Last Year  The Indians of    Hie    three    Prairie  Provinces ��������� Manitoba, Saskatchewan  and Alberta���������last seasv.on produced in  round  figures  one  auillioai  bushels   of]  important  factor  iu  effecting it  complete   change in   transport-atiou matters j grain) Df which about half, or 4SS.00O  aud development in Ibis whole western  country.    Backing any northern out-j bushels,   was   wheal,   recording   to   a  let vo  the sea,  those products of Western  Canada which do not go oast  to I recent Government ronort.    There are  the Atlantic or wissr. to ihe Pacific, are forced, to move to the. south, that ::s, | U7)OUj,   35,000   Indians-  in   the   area   in  lo the United States, to Minneapolis, Chicago, and thence to Buffalo or New; nuestioai   and   the   land   rosovved   for  'Voi  their use includes some of the most  fertile soil in the Prairie. They had  97,000 acres under cultivation in 102(1.  They own about 2.~>,0(>0 head of cattle  and 35,000 horses of a good iypo.  Willi a he opuniaag of the. Hudson Bay outlet, ami the connecting of our  existing railway systems with 1he road to the north, not only will out* own  western pa'oducts liud aa. shorter outlet, but,; instead of Canada shipping to the  south, products of the. aiorthwestern states will, because of these, direct  connections and shorter haul, move northward through Canada, providing  additional (.ralllc for our railways, and adding to the volume of business over  lh������-  llaatlson   May Railway,  Tlao  approprlathm   of   over   $r;,000,000    for   construction   work-' on   the  Hudson   Bay  Railway,  and of an   even  larger  sum   to be exponded #by  the I paroxysinis of choking which seem to  Canadiaai Xaiional in ihe next, three years on branch linos in .Saskatchewan | fsdrly   threaten   the  existence  ol"  lite  ....... Ihu* v-i,., I.h������ ,,������������������ vo,,!. ���������,���������l 1��������� pvovM,, ,i,���������ct .vonno.t.0,, | ^K,^  Aiu.Sa^SSlSS,,1''^  ( brought naany   to a;oinplotely restored \  Asthma Victims. Tlao man or woman subject to asthma is indeed a  victim. What can be more terrifylaig  than    lo    saaddeialy    ho    seized    with  e**.  Permanent Hair Health  Shampoos with Cuticura Soap, with light applications of Cuticura Ointment when necessary,  tend to free the scalp of dandruff and minor  blemishes, and to establish a permanent condition of hair health.  Address  Cnnadion  Dppott   "Sten-  lions*, Lti.j MoBtrsSt,"   i'ric*.   Sonn S5o.   Ointment *J5 ������nd 00c ]  Ttltnn 3t,   Cuticura Shaving Stick 25c.  3an>-j>je Etch Tt.a by Maii.  Radio Batteries  -they last Jonqer,  to connect e:  for Rtanitoba, Soiatherat Saskatchewan, anal the northwestern Htaitos with  alio bar, marks a new era in railway Ira.iisponat.Lon in the West and in the  development   of the  whole  prairie  sect km  ot  the Dominion.  Ij. '^r-ffltfT^ J^Wf  laeiilth and happiness, it is known  and prized in every .section of .this  broad lata ail.  Building Boom In Winnipeg  J Winnipeg is oia thn ihroshold. of one  j of s, the greatest. humo-buJldiiag years  j of lira history, a summary of plans of  i local conl factors rnveiils. Plans are :al  ��������� rcudy drawn up for I IS homes, which  ; will cost $1,000,000, coiiHlriicfioti of  | which will cominoRpe as soon ais the  ! frost is oaa! ol' Ihe ground,  I  MOTTTKK:- Fletcher's  Ca*tnria is espcrially prepared  In rclicxc Infants ita arms and  ���������CluMrcu nil a^es of Conslipa-  1i������m,   1-I;i(ii1cucy,   Wind   Colic  and ?'">iarr!iea : allayinjc Feverislmess arising therefrom, and, by  r^fjnlrpitaf;   Mir*   Slomaeli   and   V.ovvels,   uids   ihe   assiiaialntiou   of  l-'ood ; jLiIx i11(-T hcalthv and  natural .sleep,  .. /*  ��������� .,.  IV. iivoid tniiiatiniis. always look for tlae Kignutiiic of   CjZyj^/y^tcJtL&u  Ail^filUJLrli;  ) *--"?!"���������'"*''- -��������� ^" .* 'piait-i.    Phytici������m;i  (.vciyyvvlnuc  rcuouaaaacaad it.  Internally nnd Externally it io Good.   The    crowning     properly     of     Dr.  TlaonuiH' Kelocl.rh! t.)lt Ih that II. can  be used internally for naiiaay complaints as well iiM externally.. For  sore tlai'oal, croup, whooping cough,  pains iia i In' chest, colic and many  liindred ailments It. luas <ni;dilleH thill  are aiaaMiarpaasKtiil. X hotlle of ]t costs  Utile mid thine is no Ions in always  having It at hand.  An American ohuilrleUiai Iiiih ills-  coven'd thait llgltl.aalnK wanders  around a good deal In {apace. Wo aare  more coaaceriu'tl nllh what ii dues  when   If comes lo ltuad.  Here is power in its most dynamic form  ready to meet all the varied and exacting  demands of modern radio.  The superb work of Canada's foremost  engineers, chemists and battery builders is  sealed beneath each Eveready nameplate.  Make sure the label says "Eveready"  when you buy radio batteries���������insist on  getting the 100% endurance that none but  Evereadys can duplicate.  Your dealer has a fulVranpc of  Eveready A, B and C Batteries.  Canadian National Carbon Co.������ Limited  Montroul Toronto Wlnnipcjj Vuiacoiiver  "tiatlio is Better With Ra1ter\\ Power"  Tune   in    CKV.   WinniW,  for  )',v*rear1y   l������r������i;rnm������,   Stui-  clajs,    March   20t������i,   April    3rd'  Stla   untl   23nl   ut   11   Pl���������a#   '  t  For   naie   everywhere���������Mihnrd'H   Liniment.  r  VV.     N.    i:.  .1071  A^Al^^^. ^^Ab.Jl^h^iiti^.^^1  *m  i Mffl  m&i'A'-'-f'-iSi'KW  ^jmMmm^B.  to������  r~"EJ>y<-"*'.  ti-  .;sK?������**SeS5������  sw  ���������aat&mtiJftii  =ff=f:S?  I     Reindeer lH������*e^iiSii������n  i-m  Js  ft,BB BBS  ��������� *ttJ|f������  iiii^,niji''iuutF'0-i^P.  ;  ���������;���������<Saa,; Franeisco.���������That ?tlife "Goy-era-  meat lias carried .its1 War-agatiist5 lia-  _ uor . s]migglei"g.,..to, the : higlr. seas without regard ^or  the^l 2   mUra^ limit? in  ���������rj, ijcarttsesi? ^yneri^ltlild gta]iip]s QB^oi^d f&i'O  ^������������������'^nown''vi?um-rifiiii  here as Federal officials discussed the.  Bei^ua-e.<.ot ijLhe ^..0*eight^r^-Fe(iif3i'alship,;  owned by the "Consolidated..Exporters,,  Inc., of %aitada:,'f; .^ San  Francisco, witla.:''";tiinvards."^f^,$1,900,000  "'"''W'oHh?''rTf"Scotch whiskey aboard.  Thet>.|e4ziJren: -V^as ^cqndtjcta|d^|ttnder'  offlji&Gys jfi���������ojsr fKlWivifen aai't^-F^aiiilc^'u stiiiI  aide lo ^a������,*kroyuyfljfr^ district  coafdguwdr^<niSiifaiitieV.'* ,  W.   I-J.   namUtpn,. collector   of   cus-  toni,s  here,  although   disavowing, any  e.con uectioai  Withy the seizui'e,...said, he  ;    ? f'sitpposed''   it, was,,made ���������.. as: thc.re-  ;,suit,  of an understanding  aanpng  the  "governm^tifs bf.fOah'kda,    the ? United  States andPahama "and? also .with: the  ^advice,,;f"pt?^United?'-States- Attorney  ..-.���������tieaierajrSargent. ' '''���������'���������'":'?  -; ��������� The? Fed era] ship, one '-fbf f. a ...-fleet  owned by the Consolidated Exporters  Inc., which recently ;fiigajh,ed"iia? smuggling investigationsby -b^th the Canadiaai and United'States���������'govern'hientK'i  was watched ������������������������������������liy --coastguards since  February 22, when, .phi sailing ? from  Vancouver/ 13.C., she,, changed her  registry. Iroiii Britislv to- Panainaian:  At -theytinte she- was reported heading  for   Tahiti.:' r"' v?'---^ :".   "*���������"  The   coastguard    cutter    Algonquin  was   scut  to   follow   the   Pederalship  and later the clatters; Caiholda, Slialw-  friee   and . Suiith  were yentr fi oui here  to aaad.;.,:.;-. ?iy---:.:  Government fWouict     Provide;   f^pbd  '}. "'    ; Supply for Natives of North.., \ \ ,;������������������  ���������..���������,���������; 'vo^ntry,  . j .>-������������������;��������� .,;���������.;.������������������.--,; "-^  "Ottawa.���������-A wireless- message   has  been received by the -Northwest  yTes'rltorles brahch 'oi^ilre 'interior_de;!  ipa:i*tnieiit   from- flip: iPoi-slid | bi"othea:3  atr FoiiltBiiiTow; Alaska, reporting.; on,  '-tlie '��������������������������� progress- "of* their   fl TAV  i^JDI2iif'iV -1!AA!'  ���������.%. i.  ��������� ??  ���������f  ilTMT  i-|%fs  Prnnfij&l  IJr^HbH Mel (ippoiect  S&3  .���������SR ������S:, ii  .'���������    ���������-���������   ..-  y/orlv." oh  ftbe  reittdeer "iaivc-stjgation. ���������   These     two [  Danisli brolbers" are no'w' on   a  1,2CtO-;J  mile push,, aca*oss ��������� Alaska; ;ind- the eix-j  treine North coast of "Canada -jjialcihgl ^a^Ko^Ufie?  an .investigation,  into?- the; possibility i Commons  of ���������-. moving reindeer f roin Alaslca ihtc ;  CStJiadian ' tei*rit6i*y ������������������;���������; to    nvaihtaiaf   'tlae;  food  supply  for  flic aitttlves. Game jji  that section oiftjie Chnadian North isy  in  danger  off exler;j'niuafion.   aaid  the  ���������s-tir,yival..,.qC..itlic Eskitno i.-i jnenaced.    -  -., The two. Ppiyslids,,   went ,, into j.the'  iSTprth country last Ttiaieaaid will hot  come but until they; spaing   ;ot?   192S,  Avlieai they will make  their report to  tlie    IDoniinibn    trovernnaent    on    all  "pliases  of   tlie ^i*eihdecr   <juest ioii,   in-  cludihg; the   coniinercial   possibilities.  It is expected    that   .within^   a     few  weeks   the  little, twp-haaaa.   e.^pedi^ion  will  be in the delta oi' the Maskenzie  Iii vei*.    The in en   are  trained aValm*-  alists  and botanists and; ai*e  sons  of  the govern or of <3reenlaiid.v '  H*.   '���������"^y.#-.--:.--r'-������'&il.-f-   ??.? .-:'   -^-���������'--?"';   |  ,^Oi|a\^'^,^iv^ jn; 20(|  'years' a tax is to he pb.iced upon, fur^  f������om  i    the" ������������������^Nbrthwest"   Terrilbriesl  Within?-tt   -fewv>days    Ileal. " Chaide^:  Stewart;^aniaaaster olf th������v iaiterioi*;" willl  Jt?-bili? liitd HbeA:lTous^',;o;|  to   empPwei-   the   Cdihniisl'  tsioner-in;COUHpi l:-,^oX   , the ^ Nortiawe-st|;  Xei*rjt.bi:ies .ito ,-i3iapose ?a   tax ?pei"-pelt|  Oil;   furs.y;;   ..;.;    .y.v;l-?.:-    ?-..        zv'-'.-^a    -  ..jAt  the-pi&sent^tinie? about ^2,000,4  000 worth of furs-are taken front the|  ter3-itqrie,fs ^acli year by ytrading ,coan-?  paiiies   wit)fou t   revenue  -to , tbe;-jtcib!  ei'al   gov eminent.   , The   pr.op.o sed  tax:  Eastern    Producers   Against   Changes  Advocated at" Regina Conferences:??.  Ottawa.-���������Eastern livestock producers and representatives ->������������ the livestock ���������^^^^^^^^^}^^^^iM:^s& tlie  country who met the aninistert-aE ag-ri-:  culture. w^#*e| dft^d^r^iaiJtst th������*v^ro\  posal of the Regina con|ei'encqyf of  Western .livestock ni^S^kijeSpeftUiig-1  coifteanplated ameaidments this season to tlie Iiiveslock"��������� and Livestock  Products Act. A:Y:A}V']-:r'is-:A-  At. the Itegiaia conference the main  Vanfcoiiver Men Chosen  DenarSment of Reireiitte  reso]utipn.>adopteil,av-%s that...the.actual  adtai'fairsli^ ti tit "o f ' s Lack yard s he tafir  en out ��������� of: ihe, hailcls ;of the; exchanges  and placed direrjtly.tiiider: the pe-  p art ment of Agricaalliiae. They S'a'vbr-  ed inarkeiing en the. co-opeiafive  .plah??'^?    ���������:':';.ljl':   '?.'1- ^'-y,v    -;: "'   .'.'���������-'}'  is  desagaiedVto-meet  to-some iCxtentl    Whein;this pvdpoWitU^was'Submit tod  tlie'!'* cost ot maintaining 'the,: adminis-^ to- flbe;. conference   oE Eastern? inter-  tration   of  Canada's  northland.   It  is;J ests  liere: ytheX;?^l yOb;ieeted' to yauiy  poiia\ed   outvtIaat" every , pa^byince   of* sucli "provision  Cianada   has   soaiae ;sbvt   of  tarx  upon  Cttrsf taken ��������� within��������� its boundaries. The  tax is to be npbri exportatipns; ip pi*:  not to work any hardships upon  .natives  whof depend:'-.iiipoh 'skins  .Clothing;?-?--:       ??-' ���������-'���������������������������:   '        "���������  ~.---->>^%^'  '���������:  ' : -g~- -  a-m-A:IiIK-|I p  as    IfSA 3.9J0 %FM && a   &}  OF 23 JHHBB  " MM  -?���������������;  '^:.^Qife%ai?^hii|^ ftr4i";;budget of Cla-  ���������Uaa?s '"sixteenth Parliament- has befen  ^ry^^Jiflthe house by a majority  ^"'���������'tweiity-three     votes.       Approval  jot tlis-:?;,,btidgct  "'''' r*6&iis to  vote  tlie' bleaneiifs   of   surprise r  on division by iKa  88 produced none |)f  while . c|e-  t'eat oE the Cootel.aiiiendiasen't^by 1^2  tof-21/ wasfiilicwise' ejected?? Tlae die-  bate, 0\bwpy ev; i was oaie; o I! lite shog.L-  erSt-;.fQn--?reco-rd.-;vy:v>?'.   ^'??-? : %  iLiber^als; and   liberal;  Brpgrcssiyfs  lined tip solidly in    support    of    Hie  budget en fth^;;dJvisioii,? while,   with  th,r,eeixexcoptions/ ��������� ConserrEttiyeb,? Pr|>  ga-essives .". and  .membersk   oCf'!bth|r  grbiap?-   voted    in    opposition.     TnV������  cxeeptionk  were-:'  IL"B.. A'dshea������ay'��������� Ea-  They   admitted   the ;b0ry?Mea]gary-: feast^ '^    f!E?fJeJ3i|,  idevelopment   of   co-operative   market ; VJF As  Eethbridge, and  Jang and agrped to. adequate provisionf indep^ndeitt,    "'Cimaox-Albcrni  being made in the Act, under-!}  der  ythe  .tOl'i  ?forJt being .made,-in j; the. Act, underj tliree voted for - lite - btad^eC' "f'llenli  |depari?ittent>t-?pei*yislcmJ ?but .tl^y P^-j Bourassa, Indepehdehtf Eabellfe;' vot������^  |;iect to "the?exchange being put out oi'j against it  Ibvisinesf-', j  ag  fHst  .New Name - is   Proposed   for   Depart-  -.;rff-<ent of   Excise and  CMst.omsi.r ������������������-.  'Ottf-i-yv^-^^'biU^.^a'g.^introduced  iai  the  House  ot   Cpanmoiis  hy  Hon.  Vv.  I>: Euier,'"':Mints ter of Cu:^ toms, wh'a ch j  j.    ..->-.. *.,    -*.,������������������i..J -.-.-::-.-t... -v.,. s-.. ��������� fe-K,, "*v^. '; squadron*,  ^er^l^^al^^certamgcn-i^ .���������-j������.a^-.v.o* - j ,^. - ���������  f*ga-i:ixation   of   Ids   denartmeiit.     The,,  vjttjinister^  explained    laisS. dejpartnient  ]3tytd   thr^pf iia-ihcipal' dut$es,f';' Qnerft&  'collect custoans, another    excise,^ and  *tlp third..incb^ief.toes^lThfe:b     prov  ^led that sp^clx-^fiOj;    tliese    divisions  ^nlould be utjctpf*?" tlae1 charge "of a com-  niissioner vJlM would have iiractically  tlie same pbixvbr-as a deputy minister.  Fiy tins method, it would  be possible  to   relieve   tlae    deputy    minister   ; of.  :fohae ol* his duties.  'Another provision of the bill-chan.g--  ���������esftho name oQ the department froni_  tii|,t of Customs and Excise to that of  tlap- Departmei>fc. a������ sNalipnal Beyentatv  oi^.tho lieparljhejfit/bf Rbvehue:;? TliigJ  chiiiago was-'maiilei Mr. Eider said, not  faL'om any prejudice because the .der  pivjQtment under the present name had  bc'j8[h--tind,or ��������� at;ta'ck-.:;.but--'be"c^-iiisc---5t w;is..  tfi'oiaght the' the aaew name, aiaore properly describes, its  function's.  Four     Posted     t������     Special     R.C.A.F.  -''���������>'������������������ Squadron for Hudson's  Bay  '' Survey  Vsmcbti'vef.?���������Four A'ancoiivea* men  have been posted to the s-pecial, lloyal1  Canadian Air Force squadron which'  will fly into the Hudson's Bay coun-  ti-y for, a fifteen naonths' survey of  ice. conditions, it: is announced.  ..Siiuadron Eeadei".. %T. IT. Tudhope,  M.C.,, ojTi.ce.r. copnnandiiig the -Vancouver unit, has been advised? froih  Ottawa -that Flying Oilieer A. Eewis,  of Winnipeg, who came here .recently  as'instriictor foi- the training coxirses  this spring? and Pilot Officer? A. J.  'Ash'ton,' who' had" been adjutant of the  Jericho Beach station for some lime,  have  been    posted    to    the     special  Edward  L,' Doheny Will  Lose Millions  As a   Result of Court Decision   -  ")yashiaigtoii.-r~Ed>t:ard y.E.     Doheny  will lose $21,GSG,92S as a resuLt Of they  Supreaaie Court's decision    of    eaiacel  ling  Jiis  leases'' of "Elk Hills,   Calif or  Aia, Oil reser"t*e fiorii the liavy department.  "'������������������'������������������"*���������. "'}    "'"} ��������� "f '        ';.,..',.'  'Of this aanpunt'|9i900,000 in cash is  held by the receivers, who have opei*-  ated the reserve during the litigation.  ��������� It; represents the value: of the- oil  lie received ;as a royal ty payment foi*  working the deposits of thei reserve.-  The,; ..balance'"' : 'represents expenditure mude. .by., the Doheny Interests in  raining tlie oil arid constructing fuel  tanks at Pearl Ilarbor,; yTaSyai i,:y and  the'oil.^.stored there'..     ''.���������" '.���������'.,}'}'���������  A: W.   Neiil,  Thle^fActeiS- fo^h&i entirelyf'ia-evised  ylhis session and,,   on?;-\ a.--r-variety,  ipfj  vthiiiKs^ tlie   opinion   of   tlie   livestock :  linterests is   soaight hut mai-ke-ting- is  |hesyixtost1 :ianp?&*fMit ..iSi-n-p:-?. y.:i   ?! ���������*"���������'���������;.  |    The   Government   will   have   to   do.  fg|r^e,.,^iL.b.,.m^ the  conference disclosed that the Western.  view  is   ���������utterly-"clisfehmlar  from   thai'  of. the,..East.... Ci   i ���������,���������. -a .���������   % >:: - vr;' f-  early"? aivyyth^:SHllscut-  ?<>iojt t\^e Coote  aniendmeitt.  >!i?a SB'  all    Bin **.! iija  tioBal Law  ��������� .-As ? indi cated.  found  if%  suppba-terSriii- the' t?-F.Al, li^rogressivfl  ^md Eabor groups, %  h. TJyie ^a^^fl^aeiit^ was moved ������>y c|  G?"~Coo-tb,"'E.F.i*?, "Macleodj and sect  ondecl J>y_A._,y^.J^^os,,.Jj^ji^*'^ii^^  p'eg'^brtii, following a conference of  the -meanbers������������������ of thP-thr^cis ferbl^s'wifcf  supported it?. ���������:-.' ��������� ���������;..;���������: :??"   ?:"::^? .  Diamond Rush In South Africa  C5 em s  Million.  to Soviets  Eewis and Ashtoii will afomaiai \at  Cahip Borden "ill Onlario^nntib; June.  iai &-ai^mg:Jor|ihg-ij.tgbt. \i,. s   ^ ���������-._ '������������������} ^  Sergt. "''Perry, "' engiaac-fitter      .^4.  fCjorpi Senipip, ?;^C������i)-ppnter.-rjgger, liafv c  also beeai ordered to the J.Iudsor|J|  Bay alight. jSoth'liaV'tV ybeeii' at Jericho  Eeach .for some ���������?. years; * ���������?���������    - ^a,  It is underStjpbdftiiat'C'ighf; machines:  will coanprise ��������� the sciuada*on, wbieh  will, establish its base at Hudson's  Buy and do regular patrols from Junb^  1927, until October, 192S. Twelve  officers and 50 men will be employed.;  Rum-Running?,������ase Taken to Canadian  ?rv- /Legation   at  Washington  Washing text. ��������� Ksmi-rujimng 'cases  afi'eptlng. Canadian eidzens ?and  ships  of Canailiaii regisfrv aire beginning?to  find  their way to   the new-Canadian  i;legation here.      ?        ; ; ?     ??  -    y.     l.?-:..^���������L-L-ll--":...-" J ,- Foi'aiterly -thej-'? Wea*e  dealt Willi-by  . ���������- WillyNob Lartdrin Nicaragua -? j the British Embassy, which will dis-  Eondon.���������Sfcr Austen Chamberlain, 'pose of most; of ythe ��������� eases begun be-  foreign secretary, -reiterated in thej 1'ore the Canadian legation opened?  House of. -Commons-' that ?n0- forces} t) theas are being twned over to Vin-  would -; be jlanded in?Nicai*agiia by the pent ^-Massey^ ..the Canadiajif minister  cruiser   Colombo, which  has   proceed-   and ids s'tait: at? discretion'-'of..'-the'-; De-'  ed 'to   Sbi'intp;  rf?"? G"i"?'������'!*>T^������ir  jV  l**������*^������"l  where ? conditions  not    remain  are   partment  of   External   Affairs lit' "Ot-'  hat! tawa.- .;.; ;;.,:-      ���������;;..:���������.   '??���������? '��������� '};::  a[f     Some  of tlie cases iaavplve- diilicult  bed u.v ^i>  Cife Colombo would  Coa*int;ofe*y;iongunl(?ss^ it. should be Questions    6f.   in tea-national    law    and  luost "delicate  Canadian  lega  ;n ceded  ?iects.��������� ���������  as  ai   i*efuge   for   British  at  Taking No Sides in Struggle  .Shanghai Says Chamberlain  "Eondon.r���������Creat Britain- wil 1- J cbai-  finiio "to hiaintatiia an atttiude of strict  neutrality in the' struggle between  .the... cpaitenuhig .? .ChJuesOi. forces, .- Sir  ..Vusi'eri bliambbrhiiai said in the House  of Commons. Asked whether tho United States i.s co-oporaiing wilh Briiash  auLhoa-itiof* lit the defence of the iaa-  itei*aia1toaial  f-el^tloment;?'1 ���������lit    Shanghai^,  '-:��������� y.-  Dominions  Are  Ibvited       -   -    j  Sydatey,  N.S.W.���������An  invitation   hasj  beeai    extended    to    all    the,'-"British ]  Dominions   lo   bo  j*epre'sonfod   at* thej  opening  of the   nai-linment  houses at j  Caaibei-ra,  by   the  Dukp  of;  May 0. ., Promhjr Bruce has expressed  the hopie  thait  Canada,., .will-    send    a  mini Filer.  suli-! will form one of -the  tasks confronting the  tion.  Worth    Quarter   of   a  ?FPi>n'd   oh?'' Farsaat"'" "; '"  Johannesbiia-g.   ���������-���������;. pianionds yesti-,  mated to be.;worth;    ������;5O,000?, iabippt  $250,000)   are' repbt*ibi3i,'to iuive" i>e^n  found  iai   a   Jiole  on   the"Crasfdriteui  faraiii reputed lb    contain    t'he-'v";inb''st--  valuable   diaaiaon d     deposits    iai. ��������� ? the  iworld.    Tlie hole,   25''"foot ' deep,    Is  said to show iio?^giis  cleared of its diamond deposit.  l^llt^Grasrpattbiii faf^.yft;:'lhp^Tr|B.|^  vakil i������va?s? ;#rocIaimPd??fopPn ? fo'fiuihl i&  digging last   week,   but   there  was   a'  premature rush ao stake-plaians before  the signal was given.    Tlie stakes set,  put by eager peggers were pulled  VJm-, ���������.  and the claim's ?intllified.' a'nti" the Vni^'  , thorihiesy are. considering-.'1 her ���������advisa-  :bili.ty of arranging another rush-   f?-^  of liaviug been  A New Rate of Initial Payments -Jo be  Made   by   Manitoba   Pool  :v" .-. :.t.  .I.-'-."-:.  [-.(}  ^?riew  of? Siaflllalyi  May Extend Te."sri of Office  Ottawa!���������MajbaMJeaiei-al   ,T.   H.   Mac-      Whw'ipeg  Krien,   chief 'ot?  general' staff  depart-| payments  ment  of   fMational    Defence,     whose j toba When  York   en . resignation was io take effect on Maty   pool grain was announced here by It  awe  iftatfe  by:rthe:; ^hitii-^  Pl'odn'cbrs, lifd.,'   on    all  1, will prpbably continue in office uai-  til .luiie 1, an the resujt oi' the requesf  of the Minister of National Defence.  The   I'cvistMt  oaa   March   '.).  Opposed byMetjorit'y of Russian  Peo-  ���������$!' pie Says  Kerenaky.:;:;^  |vw Y<n;k.~Atexaaadei;^.^Keroaisky, {i'the. i seci'etaa^yf pt! fij-rcigh' nJTairs,;:said  w|to Jiea^jPti; thoxreypiutiotifary 'jg-overaa- jftlib Uiilipai .^tate^; wtisyticthig hidepeat-  lupnt esi^b3ishgiti: \\i |lttsslia after ovei*-|iirj������^i|y ilii?delfe*rtcpv <-^ its own Interests  Utow c>^-tho-:;C5jtar? ������������������arrlv-ctl?' (Jh   the f'-j^chJna.o ;;1 ff ':~:{ '!;:; ::t-....?���������.',��������� '??:...$  Ol^unpic'lj-for' 'i10' pua^pbB'eSbCf sill dying .'  A-njerlcan  iirJncipIes    of    liberty.    Ho*  alr^o   iaitcnilK   to   write   i'or   Amoi'ican  cpp.8iii))pllou on tite������ propriat:/Aiiy Itu^-,  slrin   sltxanlion.      '������������������'}'��������� ������������������ '���������'���������?'���������' -u '-'     ���������? ���������"���������' '  i3iereiiHk,v   though|T"0!3   per., pent,   of  thip;, TCais^ian   people' wore   hostile   to  th'^ Soviet. \U> expressed the opinion  "v.*  lhal   a-Kiiv   goiul   had  hq^vevei". that anoi'e gotnl had conic  ourli of Iho Soviet ���������"ultl.iough It' hail  lujflhi'd jiimr," ibnaa could over have  cot^jo out hi" tin* C'/fii'lsf Tegianp.i, '.  "r,1,? Attempted to Introduce Bill  Ijiimdon,���������An unaaaslng Incideiaf oc-  ciaii;red In Ihe lloaiMe of Commons  wli$n aa group of aaui-liusslaia Conwor-  X'sitJvrH, dewlrlaafa*'to brenk off relations  with, the, WaarJol, at tenanted to Intro-  dupliji si pai.yule ���������hill lo ]n:vveii|. .IlritiaU  rec.dgnfildn' ofA-irfy foi'eign government  fndtah'ini':  In   anti-Ih-lilj-h r-mroptifHndti.  ';'  ^T'hero-'^lfl   lib 'ivlvhli'y' 'bet wa-'on ' t.h<  United    Stales    ami    ourselves,"    de ,  chu:ed Sir Austpai., .f^TMaey, act a^ tin  independent fiPwbr and ?������s thpy'thhalc  pi'opci*."',.^'     ' '? ;' ���������-������������������������������������ u ������������������ ���������  Si i; .0<>spph II all ��������� atsked w ho I h.eiv this  meant that the ITnii.eil States was unprepared to tnke actiova ha the defence  ol* National!* of other countries.  : "No, 1' have not : ttaid that," i'C-  ��������������� ponded Sir Aaii.ten. He added thai  ,hii WiiH not lucliaaed to de fane the ait-  lltudo of a I'orcigri powcMn ujacousld-  cr������,d an:;w<.i'.j  to Mich fjnesihinn.  y        Btilid Three Cruisers  >yyin-'liliagton.- ��������� The ������]ipropi*la(lon  for  Ihi'ife  new eriil;������ *.-h pill   Into (he naval  I'oiigi'csH   oVit  the jvcomnioil"  I'tie  blllffl^  Pilgrimage to  Holy  Land  Otlawii.���������ra-tdiinliihi-y .adejis ���������luiye.  been taaken^'to organise a bania������iluit  pllgriniaga-! to jolat with I ho,.-_ .fourth.  atanuaal i.������\*jiglo-Caatholfc pilK'huage to  the Holy Land ihis trimmer. 'J'hls will  Me (ho fu-Hl aiane ilnat Ciiuadi.-uih will  lake part in the pilgrimage olllcially.  M. Mahoncy, ana'nag 'j*.  I'sites bccouie effecfiv-f  Tlie scheduln follows:  Duraians aiad dah"tiaat> aaa'-iixi,aaa*es, where  durum predominates,������������������ y 2(> : ce-nts; :.-:������11  otlnn.' grades of, vyheaf,, :J5 eesais; all  grades of oats, eight cents; all g������id*\s  oi" barley, bIx. .ceii'ts;' ryev 12 ceri'tn';  tha\, 20 cents.  The 3jicrease  carload lots.  affects both street and  Mecca For Champions  ���������hiI Iron of  President   Conlhlgi', rcech-xnl  p|-������<(jjil������>n1 hil  aequh'Kccnco  <"notId g e ������'jg p e d,'; I h e b 111.  ^lu������a������     Air  W.   '-iy.;   IT.     .11171.  Babe Rutii'-s Contract  New York, lhabe Jiuth, home run  hlng of biiuebnll, caane ao an agreement with the New Voa'li y������nl<e(-H aih  aler which lie wiH.J'^colve ;\ now Hire*'  y<T4vr������rtn(Hi������'1''nr   tin   nimiril   ><til:i������'y  [ $mo*ooi:  iQi,^3lip^;Clti-..htU hocont^ the Kiithiuvlhg'bhict' not oji).v Tor winter.toui\lnl.������  but. t'������rrchampions in, every liaie of winter spoatH. 'the Canadian Indooa-  spied skating chaaiipaoiiHliip races h**h1 ihtfi'o reiienaly attracted over 2">  pa-oaujneiil wpeed .skater,*; from laJanx   jiailw, of Canada nnd tit..5 C idled Nliifod.  'J'lie above pholograiph was tal;en ai.b. Ihe Chateau I'Vimlcuiic aan.d showw,  ;a| the l'ight, J.ella Jlroolis of Toi-niifo,-;.holder of i������riict lettlly all Cansidlan  woniiMi's Jipeed j'ecords and many woild's rocordri. At1 the left, Ih Isabel  McCullougli. aniother proiaainont Toronto ������peed nk-stcr, liSelwoni Ihone two  younii ladies is another champion, a clatuuplou of ihat w<irthern trails nnd f  none oihei  lhan Mounlhvtbtv lead dog of iho Claaateaai Fronbimc dog team, t  Moiinlie  hair ta., long  nf iP*illec   In   a bf>   noi*ih.  Chali-naa Vioaatenac.  record  of  neivlce  and    itHvuvH    ah'I oh  witla   Ihe   Itoyal   t'tinudfnn   Mounted  I lie     he:iil-i    of    I l.e     I'lieHl"     ������i     Ihe  Coal Rates Case  Oi law.'i, - I'luit ihe coal rale case is  wilbisa t h*������ jnri.sdk-tloai of the raihvay  coianrjl'sslon, ' aaad "tin direction will Ijm  given is ihe derision of Ihn privy  council of Campla (in-���������(.lie. request or  Albeilii- h\m\ "Sasjitchewaaiy fo-i* inanie-  illale disposal of the case by ihe railway (jpty'd,, Cia-fef Cojnawi^lpiaea*;. Mft-'*.  ii<!(ivn*)"SttWdij:rihl.!( itTti������oMii������v|j<ra't).nt vVia't  ilae fn^ight ,;haft^ spaiiibn. ojCyvtlie vki^r  u-jav roiriinlssioiv:    ??���������   ;-''-     ':���������'}  ':���������'!       Xv.  :'������������������;���������' jV-   ;l.n   -f'vvA.y?:   ?yf.      }$  ���������'Wants   New,? Sarai*' Head'        2-J  riiiis.'- The IViIf Parisii.-n undr-r-  aaids ihat Canada I,s anxioaa-s to ijto-  viile a. saie<-essur lo''"'^lajor <!���������. W.  Stephens, Morn real. Jaa Lite pa'esldeucy  of ilie- League of Nations c."ninnls������iorn''  goveantaig the Stuir. Il'lie ajcwr-paiuvr,  helleves that duta'hilvKs; "'Sir, A Us lorn  Cluiiuberlriin, JCrilish j'oroJgii secretary, tvotihl support (iinawn's ehoh"^  ���������of a nominee:"  Will   Moot  at Coaaat    r  , Vancouver. - ��������� Phial aiTaiigenieuij;  havo been i'emptyled here for the  holding of ihe HKfh all-Ctanadlnia eoi:-  frj'Oaee on. *-h53d U'4ilf;i.i*ri iaa ibis city  May 2:t. 21 and 25 iai "Victoria, Mtiy  2ff, at a ninetlaag beiweem Miss rlinr-  Jotle WhJI.ion, nitaiwa, usecrrcfaay . ot  lu- Caisnfl|nn C-oniicJl ot: .Chtld Wcl  fare, aaad a loicuil cooiaallttert. awmvmmv)vv.'!'ii\ii" ?"Fir"i<"  ������HJ������ 32$IM&TS2>18  BtUSBUBTB  wrnmn  Juionel Moots left ess TbgissHs,1* Isst biizzivti   that;  for Bsitanmta   Beach, where he lias  Wednesday.  eeeswed  a pcsatSses  sn  tits *S3ataSSea  niant of th������ e������2e!ter ������s tfeat tow  The wonderful new Everbearer  *<MASTODON9" #������wir^  /  Si  I1-  'if  is now offered for sale  in "limited   quantities.  This new Berry was recently introduced in the United  States, where it has created the greatest sensation  of any berry ever offered, the  plants  selling the  nrst season at SO cents each*  It will  produce  fine* large berries SO days after  planting and three crops the first eighteen months.  The cropping season covers a period of four months,  &a*d the fall crop is harvested at a tita " ~  are in demand and prices high.  The Berries ^re large - 'aiad !hU flavored aaa it is a  cropper.    My crop last season was handled by  wu6S JL?6ife'i6S  Ck  Weston Mercantile who casi tel! you&bosst their q  V������a?y  \tkgmmmttmtmmi9  swept the  prairies on I at the station to see them off.  {t^tisfo&Sory ps-less were  f nuet-OES of tJy*fcj������ household cSscis ess  uacu xau rnic  *.*__   SaigSiuo iuVTm^imiUj; KMK3U������SS SDOUrfr I  | tine amrach or be. the hessa wilt ho  ���������fft**������aa0  Guy Greenwood, manager of Cr������8>  at the community auction  sale at tbe  ton inoperative Fruit Exchange*  was s. biisioaess visitor at Keisos m\i*m  dssys last sreek, returning oa SVSdajp.  ������<?+*>.������*.  JLamaonfc building  oa 5stuada>  ascn, 13th, commencing at 1 o'clock  css-ompt.  fiB. _    ^������   o^r a j&se? Ie>������? of ICO plants ai $T.SO per IOO.  tss   %nwRWZmrv ������*f ���������i^at������ JfSsrgmmm **& m?&  I also  mmm. fV   #*���������&*  inura hadpici r.  aaf^1 ft- ��������� t-  ^���������aBSafcOas  *fo& Hjxecsxsg���������S.C.  Whit������  TL#gho*B& froars SQCMgg tested stoefe,  X. Barron strain. "15 cents per setting  of 15 eggs. Baby chicks later. We&r-  mrajat*h. (Hanvioa.  iua.t^  rww 3iEkVI���������������  Purebred Jar-say Bull-/*Bogue'sTbeInia  Mjad" at the Griffin Ranch, Oreston.  _ Pia&s Fob ^aijs���������Sight weefes old*  so each.   J. atf. &udd, Wynndel.  Kksx1���������Pive������room house, sood  location.   Apply F. H. Jackson.  or   three   tons   of  Wm.  J.   Truscott,  Wasted���������Two  good horse   hay.  the ena of- the week Strom to &w������  months' visit with her mother, Jafa^u  Jos. Wilson, at Clarea-holm, 'Alfe*Tta.  Walter JLswrao. a former assistant  C.P..13. agent,at OrestcKv who iss raow  night operator, at Sirdeea ws ks*b  3ng acquaintances In town oa Saturday. /  Ed. Jordan* who its trapping up  Summit Oreek. was in last week -with  a marten sand about a dozen ifns  pelte, which he disposed of to a local  buyer,  Mrs. M. Torkc Mrs. M. Young and  Mrs. J. B. tiohnttton weire at Oran*  brook on Saturday assisting*; -with th@  are*organissatIo!fBof a L.O.B.A. lodge in  that city.  Service as@st Sunday at G&riat  Church wiii he at 11 a.m., when the  rector's subjoast will be, "Except ye eat  the fieah of the Son of Man and drink  His blood."  Those interested in the Awovz Gmeli  irrifeation project are asked to attend  a meeting at, the Oraigle pscking-ehed,  Erickson, Weuuesday afternoon next.  March 23rd, at %t p.m.  Our former townsman. O. G. Ben'  sss%%. continues io step, out in the  oouSSsUsjIt^ saszUvsiies at Fernie. aLaast  week he was elected vice-president of  the Fernie boaatd of trade.  Saturday.  Win*  B^asafsflgjg-- who ISSS IJSS25 ������s ������ll������  3������SC������  ju&SCa* am S������������������������IfesSBg  Fob Saijb���������-Chevrolet  motor, first  JSegistared Jersey Bull,   Fee $3, pay- S class condition, price $200. McMurtrie.  able at   (Utoe  of   (service.     A.   H. 9 Creston.  FIGOTT. Duck Caeek. ^B      ������   ���������   ���������  Mrs. C. H. Hare j?ot back on Tuesday from a few days ?isit'wi*������h friends  in KimberSy.  Tne Annual  Meeting of the  Cirfftflton Valley Stoc-kbreed-  ers'   Association    will  held in  Spoers' Hall,  Grsstcn  manm%sm       aStfttaV  i uG&, Mai.  at TWO p.ms  Mr. and Mrs. C M. JLoasby were  visato-fs with Creston friends a few  days the latter part of the week.  guests of .Mr. and S5.V8, J. SV Kots^^ire*  turning i������ Sirdar on Friday.  A six-week open season for snuaskrat  opened on Tuesday, and those with a  license are hoping for bi-g catches as  there haa bean no trapping of these  | animals for several season s past.  Horses Fob Saub���������Twenty head of  horses suitable for farm or bush work*  also harness and full line logging equipment. Continental Lumber & Pole  Company, JLtd., Kitcberety  newest In sprinff hats ia Friday and  Saturday,' March"? 25ih aaad 23fcfct' when  fiilrs. Jy. H. Jackson will have a large  assortment at the astore nost the Ira-  periai Bankr  A well attended meeting? of the eat������>  payers was held on Tuesday night at  the municipal building to dEseuss the  electric light plebiscite. ChaSs-Enan  McCreath, of the village commission*  ears, presided.  Due to  the  ratepayers  meeting at -  the : municpat   isaaildissg  oa Tuesday  night to discuss the electric light sit- j  u&tiots,' aud Ktiiiiual tueesisi^ of-she ?&%%'  fair association is   stood over   until,  Tuesday, March 22nd.  At the meeting of the vUtagecoam-  Ksissfoasra os JwGcidajf aJjjUt> Oissssfssaan  McCreath of the roads and street committee reported tlie purchase of a iNo*  4 road grader for the exclusive use of  the village, at a cost of $240.  .: ������������������������������������'������������������"'    *('-..   >ji  Tho Valley stiti continues ta bs  favored with every sort of wither but  the sunshiny variety. Since the first  of the year the records show that on  the average there has not Jbeen more  than one bright day a week.  Public school inspector Manning  was here on bis spring official  visit at the end'of the week, and on  Friday afternoon spoke oan athelntellig-  encs test at the Women*** institute  meeting, which wtas well attended.  trial on a charge of getting- money  under falsa pretences In connection  'sslth th������ ssS������ ������������ oil 5s~?5ss sssgeaasd  before Blagistrato Mailatdaine on  Monday, and was'senteseed to trial At  a higher courat.  ogifsgii Ohurah Ssrvises  SyWDAY, sws.AacH SOS  ORESTON���������8 and It a.m.  SIRUAB���������?SS0 p^m.  jEFHeiEf-fCY is  f^feigW  f*,$     m^m ������pft*&#e������������  then  Up to the middle of the month 66  dog licensej? l*ad been ta&ess out at the  provincial police office by residents  outside the village. Instructions have  issued to the police that om and after  March 15th all dogs running at large  without ta gs are to fce destroyed.  1 Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Reinwald and  family left on Sunday for their new  home at Salem, Orrgon, and there  was quite a company of their friends  cksI Cammissioner of  ^Svazsnss  will be in attendance and  address the meeting.  GEO. NICKEL,  Secretary.  Fob -Saus���������Lot 1. Block 150. Creston,  cheap, inquire Mrs. Annie Olson.  Ainswortb, B.C.  Piano For Saije���������Mason & Kisch  piano, fumed oak finish, good as new.  Enquire Review Office.  Wanted ���������Young saddle horse,  broken to harness preferred, about  1000 lbs.   Robt. Stevens, Creston.  Land For Saus���������Ten acres, under  I irrigation,  with five acres seeded to  clover.   E. Nouguier, Canyon.  For Sax/b���������Columbia table Grafdn-  ola  in AI running order, also 22 rec  ords, $20.   Apply Box 82, Creston.  For Sai/e���������Hand power stump puller, and gang plow for breaking rough  land, half price.   C. Moore. Creston.  Potatoes���������JRitraS Hussstfc potatoes  for saleg for eating or scad, $1.50 per  sack.   F, J. BLIingensmith, Erickson.  *i������"   JS   fajfr     B*!='raas"^B's*j    asa.      e_   b    ^Vanthsd������������������ ''Woman    for ���������   general  J ������ St* macJfc*%������ymZi������JE,9 Jrrovin- \ housework on ranch, family of three-  no children.   Enquire Review Office.  Miss Edith nnd Mr. Vetne Cook got  home on Friday from a month's holiday with relatives in Spokane and district.  The topic at the united Lenten Wed-  | nesdayevening service at the Parish  Halt on itfaich 23rd will be "The Tho  Goats."  Yesterday was St. Patrick's Bay and  the "woarln* o' the green" was pop-  j ular with a considerable portion of the  population.  Miss Nancy Severs) of Proctor was a  visitor with Oreston friends a few  days last, week, the guest af Mro. W.  8. McAlpine.  The annual meeting of Creston Vnl  ley Stockbreeders* Association ts called for Tuesday afternoon������ March 2ftbb,  at Speers' Hall.  Stoawdbbiiy Plants ��������� Senator.  Dunltap and VanS'in DtrAwboirE'FpIana.B  at $0.50 per 1000. Monard Wigen,  Wynndel, B.C. '  The Ladies* Aid of Trinity United  Church announce their utmal Blaster  bazaar, with serving ol refreshment*},  for Saturday, April 10th.  B.   Walters,   warchoaaaoman   with  I Creston Co-Operative I<Vult Bxohango  _ is spending a few days with Spokane  friends, leaving on Sunday,  Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Proctor of Batt-  ruiw, Soak., wero visitors for a few  days last week with Mx. and Mrn, Jas.  Cook, leaving for home on Sunday,  Mr. Proctor became sufficiently In ton-  make application for 100 acrc& In thn  lrst nnlt to be dyl'cd.  D irtng their stay in town Mars. Tag-  gart of Kelowna, and Mrs. Brown of  Cranbrook, who uwere here -��������� for the  special L.O.B.A. n^eeting on. Mtmday,  were guests of Mrs* J, P. Johnston.  The boatd of trade is finding a little  rough going this year. There vsss so  quorum at either the February or March meetings. Only four members put  in an appearance at the latter session.  Creston and District Women's !s������  statute are having a social evening for  members and their escorts in Trinity  United Church basemen!), at 8 jp.m.,  Thursday, March 24tb. Games and  music  Creston was favored with a  white St. Patrick's Day���������a snowfall  of a couple inches arriving early that  morning.   It appears to have been the  tailend of s. snowstorm aradgsmall steed  more years of hard work satisfactorily performed, before the words  "experience" and *4ability" take on  theii? fall meaning, and I have, Qualified on both those points.  Coimitig'-'efisbngly endorsed by the  best authorities in Canada���������-p!*5io  manufacturers who are positively particular where they put theiy slgaatuares  as follows:  . SieiaSsssss & Go-  Morris & Kara Go.  -  GoBarlay Piaasao Go.  Dominion PiauaMa> Go.  aNewcomlse Pirsao C������.  Gwhafd   gfeletsssa   H-susd,   Vsa������  couver.  Mason & Risen Co., Vanepnver������  Parof. J. 55������ A.= ** gijjp, VcheuaTrer  David Ross, afeaehtsr of vo������ai������  and others of highest aatSiOrity..  The above fine letters and 1? years  of success in this field sraean the ,2aest  possible resultis oai your piano in  tuning and action regulating, claaaing  and pcsii^vely psoperly piL-Su������d������  IE8    .-O���������*f ���������  .���������a bit*  Kbuwh bis vQeisjeSs* rae nlakss good.  Will kia Creston wiifcin  two or three weeks  <**���������*%.  SPECIAL PRICES UNTIL FUBTHER NOTICE  ������ lb. bottle .���������  I-oz+ bottle.���������  LSO  40s  ORDER EARLY  Fall information and spraying calendar on application  CRESTON DRDG & BOOK STDRI  GEO. H. SLESlJXiS'  I have to arrive on March  10th a shipment of the  above traps.     Any size  not carried in stock I can  Srocure for you in fchree  ays, Place your,orders  now for the Muskrat season. I can procure any  make of trap.  msy   ���������# at**     *m      ���������������������       "���������* mm  tm> .mmm,   .**mm������   -���������������    mm  V* IWAW5UW  aa  SfiyGB^laPfiBi II8dSS"-,liitfSJsiS  nIwtpii  as  ssss  vmmm  'lll1lllllllVl^MT'v^���������lMlflllm^tflflr^^,*'  Parents of school children should avail themselves  of the saving presented by our special prices on  Shoes displayed at our store.  BOYS^ SHOES, sizes 1 to .-S-J-, at  BOYS' SHOES, sizes 8 to 13������, at  $3*45  2,45  Dry Goods  iir111*11 trine  UlUbtBIBHa  Furniture  Hardware  wsemmmmt


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