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Array \i:  oJ^vinc:  ���������*"('. Ji  />?-_  BBS fin    JS���������I       ."itS  JL JIXJGi  ^JmM^imWiWIfimg^    *JBm<M,  Vol. XIX.  CBBSTON, B. C, B^IDAY* MAY 13, 1927  Ho. 13  Cannon United  Church Annual  Repoits* reflecting steady progress  were submitted by all departments of  of Canyon United Church at the  annual meeting on Monday night last  which was psesided over bv Rev. J.  Herdman, with a large turnout of  members and adherents. W. ES.  Searie presented the financial statement which showed a small balance  on hand after   meeting all   the yeai's  /\K1ti4vofl'Ifrhv������a   a_-u������uilllw     Aa   ������������������&11     saes   ajnt9.tr.rv  --���������������������������s^������������������'"'���������"���������' ������������������-������������������������"& ������  ���������"������������������   --������������������������������������    ��������������������������� ���������������������-������-���������*>  $50 to the extension fund. Mrs. Knott  was elated to the session, replacing  W. H. :Kolth&namer, whose resignation was accepted with regret. The  stewards for the ensuing year ai-egA.  HaT-a*.**!'-^  and H. IToung. with Miss Muriel  Knott chosen   recording steward.  W ith the young people the United  Church certainly haa a stroni? hold at  Canyon. For the Sunday School Man  ford Samuelson -reported an enrollment of 5S scholars i^d a staff of five  teachers. For the Trail Rangers Cliff-  f .set Vance reported? & intnibership of  twelve, and tbe Mi ision Band, which  is in charge of Miss Minnie Strong,  has fou_*teen aaaeniters. and last year  contributed $18 to misssin ^������ork.  The senior young people are enrolled  in ; ?"Tbe};. Comrades oaf the Way." in  charge of Jeff. Knott and this organization bays a regular attendance of  practically *ru pe^ cent, of the young  people eligible In the Canyon district.  Meetings are held every Tuesday.  The ladles' aid has a membership of  25,  with  Mrs, R. Hurl as  president.  and Miss Ernnaa Samuelson, secretory,  and the society's revenaie tor the year  just closed was in the neighborhood  of $800.  Despite the 'fact that Canyon is  again being supplies! by a Creston  pastor���������after a year with its own resident minister���������all departments of tbe  church effort is escept-onaliy well _r.&.n-  tained, and votes of thanks were]  tendered alt associated with tbe various organizations for their efforts  durin-f the past year.  t-t-  C. J. Ke|V.,bas|;5ust-,  Spokane- 6ri?ar 'bnsiness  ftfcnnninsx -rot^>'_K_Sli_o;_reri  arrived  from  visit*  and is  Kitchener School Report  Miss Rendatl. principal, has just  issued the following repsirt for Apsi!  for Division 1 of ^ Kitchener "schools  Proficiency Grade 4���������Nettie Andros-  off. Grade 5���������Elsie Nelson, Clarence  Anderson. Grade 6���������Richard Molander. . Grade 8���������-Ludwig Anderson,  Claude Simpson. Perfect attendance���������  Ludwig-Andersm, Clarence Anderson,  Selmer Anderson, Nettie Andor&off,  Wesley Blair, Dennis Bush, Vera Mc-  Gonegal, Richard Molander, ISdith  Nelson, Claude Sirnpson.  For Division 2 Miss Porter's report  is as follows: Proficiency, Grade 3a���������  Hazel McGonegal, Celina Langlois,  John Nelson. Grade 3b���������-Gi������t Anderson. Grade 5���������Laura Androsoff. Arb.  Grade la���������Leonard Bohan. Fred Au-  droaoff. Grade lb���������Robert Johnson,  Alta Blair. Perfect attendance-  Frank Abar, Myrtle Anderson, Laura  Androsoff, Mary Androsoff. Fred Aaa-  *M.  A ..W    l"***>K.>.������lAn  Bush, David Oowley, Frank Cowley,  John Cowley, Celina Langlois, Douglas McKee, Alice Bohan, .Leonard  Bohan John Bohan, Lloyd Lank tree.  D/iV  GRAND THEATRE    -   ORESTON  Friday - Saturday - Monday - Tuesday    mm   W  f^M'MM. W  SaSTw   g  <l>IMIMMMMMI>������������VMMM>_aM������WN������������H������MM|MaMW__MMIWW>������^^  PRESENTING  ���������������  ttk_P*������_������a_IV>iK H_Piw& 1*   hmMLOLMK?  ^s^'"tLiHfl3_.fi 6A*> >a_* "5i>'>"_J  Presenting a varied program including opera classics, sacred, secular  V    musical comedy, novelty numbers aud popular selections.  John Ross Reed Company  A remarkable combination of beautiful voices and dramatic ability.  Julian B, Arnold, Traveler and Author  An illustrated travelogue, ^British Polioy iu China and  Through Britain with a Camera.    Colored slides.  ��������� ������������������ - * ,  Herbert A* Taylor, Prince of Magic  Clown���������Juggler���������Ventriloquist,  "SMILIN' THRU"  A charming comedy of unprecedented popularity, presented by  tho Martin-Erwin Flayers.  The Plantation Quarteitte  Highly trained Jubilee Singer* "presenting tho molodioua  and fo.k conga of tho "coMthland.  "The Potter and His Clay"  J, Smith Damrott, tho potter-drafftoman demonstrated looturo.  .QEICAII TlfWETCi    id.;!*** f 1 !_!__   1*hilflrA-ii -M  *������__.���������������������*������������������**���������������������������* i iutn_i������ i *u<b   .-nuuiWf Wr-U^-jry   ��������� ti#SS_fli_iW������ig<si*H  A limited number of Rooervo 80 te will bo on sale.  Mr. and Mrs. JR. Dennes and sob;  Dick, with fiiiowph. ^jf^Gthe? Sardar  children, .we^jjaS^tor-'-lisitc-rs-, -to Ores-  ton on >Satut>afayf3to" 'seer������[t-_-������a>id__doyd  in "For Heaveh'eats&ke." - ��������� ":.���������  Miss Josephine^ Pascuzzo  bro^k was a vlsit&r here  the home of Mr.  eriiso.  of   Cran-  itnd Mrs;? Jas. Mania-  Kood  time, the music  Lister's orchestra.  being by Mrs.  x_ii.|^iu-cca  17        TXt\W\\mV*m������ZA.m,   1^,-fffr    m*    -*P_-_ff������r  1    J*.- ���������������      Tf   MM. S.W}*ZtM.%Jm.%Z   ������-_-V   C*   *.--*���������*.������  days ago for Cranbrook u here he is  taking chasge of an engine on road  work .."'*'  The extra gang . that,. has been  stationed here while at work putting  iro new ties afro to 13iick Creek to Creston. have finished that woik  and are  transferred to Moyie.  at the end of the week frona a visit  with friends: at Kimberley and Cranbrook.    .-. ;- ���������������������������;���������? ���������.:;  There was a healthy attendance of  Creston and Wynndel young people  at the dance here on Saturday night,  the proceeds������������������'pt which will help finance the children's 24th of May celebration at Sirdar.  Harold Lloyd's picture, *"**For Heaven's Sake," attracted Prin. and Mrs.  Smith, Mrs. McCabe and Mrs. Loasby  on Friday night? On Sat-urday Mr^acd  Mrs. Waithe_*8. Mr. Cabe and Mr.  Loasby were motor visitors to the  meeropolis for the same show.  Santo Pascaizzo is having his house,  occupied by  *5r.   and   Mrs. Walther,  given a   new   coat   of  paint,    which  greatly Improves Its appearance.    His  [son Jitm. is boss, pain ter.  A. EL Davies,. local road snperin-  tendent, is certainly toiaecon-gristtsiat^'  ed on the excellentA shape he has the  highway in between Creston and to a  point about five usiies west of Sirdar*,  where he has stopped work. Had he  proceeded with the same excellent results through to Kuskanook at least  twenty minutes Could be saved besides  sotne rather rough and dangerous  driving. Now the new appar opriation  ia available we hope he -will put on  the finishing touches forthwith.  ���������*- A:, J^v|JohnsonB a Slocan City lum-  berraatr, was' a business visitor on  |_Qasd������y.  f Fritz Molander arrived on Thursday  ffr**3G2 Orjsnbrooks where he was work-  Sny on a telegraph gang. He ie now  tail sawyer ��������� 'at the Sash and Door  Company milt.  O. P. KTeisntj., C. J. Haddon, both of  Nelson, and S. O. Manning of Victoria, a forestry official, were here on  Sunday.  Clarence Devlin and Lewis Simpson  ���������motored to Duck Creek on Sunday,  for the baseball .match Creston vs.  Wynndel.  C B. Ward, insurance man, Cranbrook, and S. Fearn8.de, Guttapercha  Kubher Company representative slso  of Cranbrook. were motor visitors  here on Wednesday.  Tsr.  -/������  __������������7- ���������__*���������������-  %vrammsmcrmg\.0*\m'a  from Creston was  here an an  tion trap on Monday.  anepec-  Ponltry farms are ttill on the  increase; G. W. Taylor last week  added 200 baby chichs to bis flock.  De. Henderson of Creston visited  Wynndel school on Thursday last for  the semi-annual medical ine-pection.  Kev. S. Newby of Creston was making calls on his parishioners at Wynn  del on Friday.  Mrs." Crooks, who has been a visitor  at Detroit, Mecu., for several, months  returned last   week.-  Mieses It-en e Hiiscroffe snd Mclntyre  of Creston were Ke'tre'for the weekend  with   Mr. janA cMrs.   O.   J.   "Wigen.  MmnKt^^^^^^g^Msss*jQti ^as also  here For"the weekend with friends.  Brae "Wood   of  Kimberley   is   here  with   hla parents,  Wood.  1927 Chautauqua  Programs Please  Seven programmes of excellent variety and presented by~-<-.en& of ont-  6t������ndsng ability ' will,' be offered in  Creston'������ four-day Chautauqua < that  opens at the Grand Theatre on the  evensug of Friday. BS...y 2?th, with the  same popular prices for season tickets  of $2.50 foa- a adults and $1 foi* school  ���������children.  In the eight seasons Chautauqua  has played Creston it is doubtfsul if so  well balanced an  entertaintneut menu  S*a-i._3     Vt>i_f3-__-->/t>>      _rAwu-ms������AftPi*--A-f-l 'm\M ���������������������������������<-*     v__>-U. *. -������?^    ���������2^'  twii%*i      vc-v *m.      g_f������������vtrj^.__c injut jnr.������|lGti*--*o    *TV_UtA-^>U    ���������������_>  always a big favorite, is on each day's  programme, and in what might bs  termed the "literary" features Creston  is to have an illustrated talk on  "British Policy in China and Through  Britain with a Camera"; a demonstrated lecture; "The Potter and His  OS&y,** snT which the artist gives a demonstration of pottery snaking along  with a timely talk on the above topic,  and exhibits his well known collection  of chinaware, and especially fo?8������_he  entertainment of the youngsters there  wi 11 be Taylor, the prince of magic,  juggler, ventriloquist and clown.  Those who s*<?call the big comedy  success of last year, ������������������Cappy Sacks,"  will be pleased to know th������f same  conspany will be back this yiearv with  an eojually delightful comedy, ������������������Smi-in'  Thru," a charming play Of unprecedented popularity.  T"hree t-alent-ed coneerfe cossps>s.sa@3  will present the musical fea fcuree,  opening with the Schubert Male  Quas>tette from Toronto, with a selected lot of offerings that include the  opera classics, sacred, secular, musical  comedy and novelty numbers as well  as popular selections. And for the  :closing night there will be the Planta  : MaaJ^hll^Sin^^SL^o^n0:jEi zauaivsJ,  "production that is deafdedly njut of the  ordtnai-y.    On    the    second  day will  mffiffiGSdossee*  K; C. Sang of Cameron So Sang,  Cranbrook; C A. Sang of the Crystal  Dairy, and J. Martin, an insurance  broker of the natEse town, wars hers an  Wednesday.  Mrs. E. W. Payne of Creston  wa  here for the weekend with Mrs. B.  McGonegal at the Tourist restaurant.  K. W. Naaaliaum, bond salesman,  and G. H. Pieruon, vlcts president of  Wall Street Bank, Spokane, were  business visitors on Wednesday.  Cyrille and Marcel Senesael and Al-  phonso LaiPage left on Monday for  Kelson wnere they have secured a job  for the summer.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Atkinson and Mr.  and Mrs. McNiunara of Porthill.Idabo.  were calling on Kitchener friends on  Saturday.  Al. Hunt and Bob Crawford wero  motor visitors from Creston on Wednesday.  Mr. and Mrs. O'Moara and A. Mc-  Ateet of Porthili, Idaho, were motor  callers on Sunday.  Miss Alico Cameron arrived from  Moyle on Saturday to spend a few  days with Kitchener friends, und Is  the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. SS.  Geroux* returning on Tuosday.  Geo. Fliaacroft flra patrol, of Creston  was a business visitor here on Wednesday last, being hits fire* ctiii on for-  oatry business this season. It. S, Sevan was another "Oreston culler on  Wednesday.  Mrs. B. McGonegal was a buslnens  visitor at Creatton on Tuosday, i-eturn-  Ing tho next day.  Tbe dance In Hunt's Hall on Satur-  from Oretiton, IBrfckson.PorthllliLlBter  nnd other points.    Kveryono r������|K>rts a  Mr. and Mrs. Jas.  Alex. Cameron left on. Saturday on  a business va:sit at Coleman, Alberta.  Wynndel was largely represented at  the dance at Sardar on Saturday,  and all report a good time.  The first baseball game of the season  was played on the flats on Sunday,  when the Wynndel team won decisive  victory over the Creston nine.  The Win law sawmill commenced  tho season's cut on Monday morning.  This early start vfor the plant, which  whscn ha@ a big siostk of logs to  maaufaetu.-a, &s.d will likely he running late this year  His lordship Bishop Dotill of Kootenay diocese, was here on Wednesday  afternoon, when he delivered an  addi essoin the church, leaving for the  west the same afternoon.  ^  Mrs. Guy Browell is n visitor here  this week with her mother, Mrs. T.  Hickey.  The V.V. are having the usual Sat-  night*ehow off pictures and after-dance  on the 14tb.  Mrs. Walsh left this week on a visit  .with friends at Trai.I.  Frank Jackson of Creston was here  early in the week doing adrae clearing  on tho acreage be atill owns in this  section.  Word has just reached here of the  birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs.  Norman Strong at Spokane lust week.  The bloBBottt period on nl! tree  ftuits Is well along and It can be quite  safely said that the mid-Anril front  did no damage here  Mrs, Knott (a having a visit for the  next few weeks from her nephew,  Howard Target, who Is on xoute to his  home En England, after spending three  years tn charge off tratlwny work In  China, He expects to upend most of  1027 In the Old Country, and on his  return will also visit at the Hawaiian  iHlandia and  In Canada.  Mr, and   Mrs.   George   Strong  and  family left nt the first off the week for  appear the John Ross Keer* Company,  whose    programme consists of.many -  colorful  preseub&tions  of the world's  really good music���������sung to please all  tastes.'.  From this brief outline of the offerings it is at once apparent that the  1027 Chautauqua ��������� is decidedly worth  while, as well as being the only entertainment of the sort Creston js likely  to have this year. Undoubtedly there  will be a great demand _br season  tickets and as the sale of these will be  limited to the exact seating capacity  of the Grand it is not ai bit too early  to be sp^a������euK s*"1" fcickf.'ts and to be  boohing reserve seats .hut ni-e on a aie  at $1 for the seven programmes.  their new home at Creston, and after  the service at the United Ohutch en  Sunday, Mrs. Hurl, on behalf of the  ladies* aid, presen ted Mrs. Strong with  a number of pieces of silverware, and  the Comrades of the Wiy remembered Miss Minnie Strong who was presented with a jewel cose. The family  will be much m-lssed in both church  and community work.  Death   has  removed  n  quite  well  known Cany "ban resident In the passing  on Thursday evening lost of JSfagloire  (Peter) Demers, at tho age of 62 years.  Death was due the effects of an Injury  sustained some years ago, which had  laid him off work completely for almost the past two years. He was a  native of Quobec, but hud also resided  at Minnesota points for almost twenty  yearo bnfore moving Into Alberta and  later to Canyon where he arrived In  1013, only -to leave in about three  years far the Led tic, Alberta, country,  where he was _*ealdtmfc until about  1024, when he ngnin returned to Crouton Valley and worked at Creston and  Kitchener until early In 1026 when ho  ortee more took np Ms. residence nt  Canyon. Tho funeral took place on  SnJburiSiiy U> Cruuioti cemetery, and  was in charge of Fathom Culllnan nnd  IShman, with A; Qi Samnalsan. A.  Wickholm, A. Huygenn, O. A. Hohln-  oori, K. Notalgia tor, sr, and E. Nou-  ginW, jr.* officiating an ptaIlboaar*ia*������a.  Besides a wldmw he leaves a family of  Li.*/**.* mjuhm Hkail ufai*������������������������>���������������! tiitm^hitteti, who  have tho sympathy of all In their sad  bereave ment. !������HE   EE^IEW;  ^RESTON,   B.    a  Operations of the Alberta Y-/heat Pool's Prince  ���������������_? tt 'T\0**������-r*      ^_3*H**>rMaj"M ������������1  SCHOOL LESSON  MAY, 8  WORLD HAPPENIN-SS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Pool      barf  with   wheat  <s>  Production  ot   ca.ake   'nana   plants   iaa  Western    ��������� prov iliees      totalled     I'.a.sos  iotas in   'Mi*, rob  sis  eo-tipan-'d   with   IS,  OG'J  tons-   In   February.  Mii-s Harriot Franklin uan* Mrs.  Zola V. Sehuitf. Portland, Ore. v, ere  killed v.-hen ;m 'aeroplane wont itaao  :t   spin  and   crashed.  Aht.skti is io ?i;*o o itti ollieial Ha^',  des-igned by a ilt-year-chl bo>, I������e-naa>  Benson, Sward, who ?;c?i^ _ *5*J,������.'t*������'i sot  a  trip  to I'ari*?.  President Cooiidjce has issued a  proclamation asking for :>Ui for the  sufferers in tlae area Hooded by a lie  Mississippi  river   and  hs tributaries.  The Ottawa Citizen states that,  ���������flight Hon. Maekeaixie Katiy:, oil ������������������.  modest, scale, is -going; into tiae sk'"-r  fanning business He has aa ������������������siaK.  at   Khigsiiteie,.   iaa   llu-   iy"ai ina-ata.  Appointment oC \V. A. ilewit.', ol .  Taxoiato. a������ manager of the Canadian winter sports ��������� lea.uv at thy;  Olyaatpic j^atue^ next whiter has hei't; ;  anuoune������ d by ilae Canaaiian Olympic-;  Committee. The team is lo com  prise figure aaa������l speed skating"' and ;  skiing units. "      ;  .Miller's   YV'ortii      Pov.aleas     do     not!  taeed   the   aftea-help   of   castor   oil   or ',  any   paargative  to   complete   their  thn- j  roughness,    laa^eaii-.o     they     are     I lac-.-��������� ;  otagh   iia   tin tn selves.       One    dose     of'  tliein,   and   ihey   will   b<^   fouaul   psila- .  table   by   all    children,   will   end   ihe,  worm   trouble  by    making , the   stoiaa-:  'aieb   and   bowels     untenable     to     the  parasites.    Aaad no'i  only thin, bail   Ibe  powders will bo certain ao exert most  beneficial   inllaaences   in   Ibe   digestive  organs.        , _  "S'iil'oa-1 viitafely     a      sunn's      epitaph  comes iilong loo hue  in ibe gat aae  'for-  li in a   lo  live  up  io it.  Mothers   can     e.*������.sily     know     when  ���������their     chihlriua     ;ire     arouhled     with  wornis,  ."iiiil   Ihey   lose  no  time  in   applying     a      velia.ble    remedy���������Mother'  Crava's'   "YVoa-iu    l-'xieriiiinntor.  Henry HI. ������..l* Franco bail so great  a dislike for cuts iluit. be would   t'ainr  :il   t he sighl   of mil'.  Minord's    Liniment   for   dandruff.  Near Houston. TeMis, the bullfrogs  migrating from one sv.'aiup iaa aiioth-  ei\  caused  a  iialllc  jam,  Became So Weak  CouBd Hardly Stand  Mrs, Win. Palmer, Tutualirivrk, Alta.,  writes:-���������-*' LiifU a-pririg I lnid n long  spell of siiUnih.s ami bivanae no wojalc  I   could    luardly    Manak      I    coulal    not  ���������deep ut night n.s tlu* least, littles ai<������i������n  would waive neap, 1 11 ied blout.1 tanaics  ma a I aitlier nerve pill.*, hut tlu<y did inu  i_o  pooal,  uua 1   I   nitf   ^i'i tiaag Worhe.  1 u >(������!��������������� ?i,\ iihhIici' nlwiial- aaiv <>aan-  ditioai, cud  hlie i-a-ni  aue  lIii-co  bo'xeti o.������  The     Alberia    Wheat  loaded   twenty-two   ships  i'ium   i!m;   i'i'ila   ca-wp   ai    Pailla-e  ami   ixpects   a o bring   i \u<   tota  i w-eniy-fottr   bet'oa*������>   alsf      crop  ��������� H'-ii'   is   eiKbnl   ti<ts   spi*ing.  Tlat>    Alberan    Pool   tcraninal  pea-;    iuis   ;5h-<-;ul\-      battadled      ">. ISS,000  bnsb<>is   ami     ii������e-     total     wall     reach  "���������.".SS.I'ttMi   lkits5-<'?<   ^vil.tiip.   A   l'<-vy   w.if>!;y.  Tltis   is   a   larger   total   a It an   was   an-  aia-ipaied   last   Talk  Tin-   rriaace  'Rupert  Imu.-c  was  built  and  is  owned   by   the   t'aaaadian   tlov-  .ivn.iiei ������.  up ao  inove-  at   THt  .'i-nuiftit.   itas .a   c������pai*a^*v   of   l .25n.ot'iO;. Ktip(>,ri   terminal,   aio wheals bad  been  btishi-ls   and   is   probably   ah..;   fa-nest ; sh ii.i->od   froan   I bat  port.  Winnipeg Newspaper Union  PETER AND THE RISEN LORD  ifaoldejitText : ���������vIJl������sia>d ba-> I lie Cod  raiSiwI Fa-):bei* of otatf^ord Jesus t'hr^ltf,  jaV)io- a^'f'qiydiiig to'^lHs great; uiercy  beKa**; ai^'slgaift itiiao a laviaag hopp'by  tbo a-esurreetion oty Jesus Christ. Irinn  the <lend."--l Peter i.o? :  ���������fLc^sbn:   John   150.  1-10;   23.   'J-2:1.  'Explanations and Coi-nmenis ,  1.    '��������� IMai-.v-''   'M-;gd:aleaie's    fl.)is('o\ cry t  m   the 'I'omb oi'ChriBt, John  20,   1, 2 :  ,-���������A. b.tone   bad   been -placed cvver   ilae *  eiilrance of  the  lonrb  an    which    Ibe  boaly   .of- Hie. . <n-aaclfle<lj    Saviour    had:  been' laid    (Mark    15.    4(5,   staid    thej  si o lie  Haul   been   sealed-  (Matthew'! I'l'. ���������  (!<>),' ...Tlie stone was probably a eyliaa- \  drlcal   out;   which      could     In?     a-oiled \  aside.  Ita  a groo*, e  a.t.  I lie base of  the j  opeaian-g   of   the   Kiaub.   l-iarly 'oai...Sun* I  flay' tnoi'iting   Maa-y   Magdalene   caaate !  to "Ihe   ttmab   w'll It   I bav -others?  as; the !  "������������������\ve". 1������ the ���������'nexi. verse iiadia-aa.e.s. Shaj \  I'oiiml   abi^   sicau-.-.. -rvanovpd.,...A't;  once  [.she   luusteiiaHl   to   I ������*������!   Pcler and  John  (John   always   refers     to  --^himself   -in  h������!l ti^spelj u.������5.. V-lbv   disciple.. > whom  htitulHtit;   leriaiiaaul    on   ibe   const.-   It   J^sats   lovVd").    '������������������'"They' '"''faav-e" " Vakoti  as under lease  io the Alberta   Pool for   ^V'v.^W   lj"'.'������l   V.1U  ������f   '.'^   l������������������1j-   *���������[  ���������'���������-., , , ,    ��������� ���������     \Mi   know   not.   wlian-e   they ,havii   laid  a   lenti  ol  I wo  yeaa-s.  Joseiili  BenneU i hin^" s\lc  i-.r|,������t'i,.  is   stn������erinlemU������aar.   of   this   eievtitoa*.     ���������      "The  Catholie. wlio <:anaaot find  the  0|),' Ka-aee   In   lbes:>  Kaster   days' io   have  it.be  stone  rolled back,  whether'it  be  j pride, -greed,  of   pleavsure? that keeps  gram    as , Iti.ti*   Loaubed   in.   his   own   selfishness,  is  certainly  "wasting*;    the    gvaees     ot  Raster." ���������   Catholie    Standard    tiaid \  Tiaaaos. -.��������������������������������������������� . \  H.    J'oter  and   John   at   the    Tomb j  of   t'hiiisl,     .Tohn     20.O-1G-���������-Tluj     two  disciples   ran     iu     the    .touib..   John  i:eB.'c*be,i   there   first   aaad,,   looliing   in  rever^nlly   and     wonderiiigly    where  the  Saviour's  body    had     rested,   he  beheld only the. linen cloths in which  tt had been wrapped. Then ,impetuous  Peter rushed into   i.he   totaaab  and .saw  a   wonderful   thing;    tlie   line it? cloths  which   bad enveLbpod    ChrisT.s"   "body  were rolled tap and 1he napkin, which  hsu*.   Ifeeen about his     head,    was     in j  another  place.  Jjeisurely   and  oa*deHy \  had   been    Christ's   -donartaire.     Had j  I olhei-s   carried     off     his     body.     Ihe!  [ ftrave   clothes   would'- a*ot   have   been  fleft.    Then John,    also'    eiitei*ed    the  | toitibP and. tlae sight sufficed him;   he  i believed  that  Christ   was     riseia.     "A  '9r@ifi^C@3r  Through   the    Pool's!   exte.aas.ave  e nation,  (iai lias  shippetl  perl   ;tl  a'OUliT.  .Of   thv  loailoal  f*raiia   a0  l"uroiu*.  i.'revions  the ' ocean    freight   dil'feren-  disapjaeared     and  to   Muropof fi-'oaai   Prince   Hti  he 'same fate   as   froaaa   Van  i    t.v.-esit ���������=--ly^'i^*    s'*^'>h*  or    conunitted,    six  the   Orient  anal   eis;l  already  carried  teen   io  in.iluf. Pool   leasaaig   the  o  DM  TIC  B1ISE  XI  I  Relief  Can Only Come Through  Better  Blood������������������Liniments  of  7";. ;no use'  .In no other disease does the blood  become thin so rapidly as in rlieuma-  ais-tii. Not only does it. become tiiin  bur. it is loaded with aanpuraties���������  rlaetiaa,sitae  poisons.     Without the   pro  added safety and comfort-���������  that's what Gum-Dipping, ihe  extra process, gives to Firestone tires. .?  G-uni'Dipping; goes to the  ���������very heart of every cord, thoroughly saltsratirs*** and is__preg:-  nating every fiber with riiibfeer  ���������-deliveriaig greater*��������� ecoKomy,  safety and comfort in the day-  iu and day-oat service of the  largest truck, bus and tasicab  fleets���������is. the battle of tires on  race tracks���������and on cars of  hundreds of (a^o-tsands of  motorists throughout alhe country-  Your tire costs -will fee materially lowered by haying the  npay^arroff-    ^-B^j___-ofr������������v-,ni*������>_     b B-__^to ���������***���������    1|^*^*_53'^'-  your car with these wonderful  tires.    See tuna r,o%%  FIRESTCNK TIRB _* RUBBER CQ.  OF CANADA LIMITED  Kanastteia, Oatatie  ���������    "MOST MILES' PEST DOLLAR . '  lov  lara;  Fsreitons SaElda the Oa3>-G_w.-"Dippw_Tires  mi ' ' i      '      i ' i ri i i .  Record   Building  Activity  liuiieatioats aa*e , {hat .building iaa  Camilla :w!H be more active than it  has been Cor several years.. For the  fii'.sf, three mouths of the year {here  is   pa-oposed   construction    amouutinK  re<5iaare.-5 ;  bait  little  pa*oof  to  iirad  an him  a  liv- |  ing  T.ord.     The apostle  of love  v.'as j  per treatinent the.se poisons inerea.se.������������������ 4ll-e first, person to believe in the vis- i  1 he inflamed "joints? swell and  the" pa- i; *^n... Pbrist,  aaid   I������e  it .was who  iv-tei'-j  tieaat. beeeaiaes a cripple.     Most treat-1 "wa'rdss  recorded that "beaitiiude '-ivliich | to   |2OS,132,000,   which   is "actually   4$  anentjj  sianply  ami  to keep down thef fe������ froan. Uie Jips^ of  bis living liord, ] per  cent, higher  than    the    total    In  pain,  hence  with   .every    unfavorable '-���������--���������������������������--  IQ^fi.^  '*l-lie lead  is  taken  by resideax    .    jf b"at!tl!fe ^f blessedness, <>C >W������H' ,mmt ,.rfnil^ colTespo ndin& period  ot  t coiaalifioii  a  a-enewed  sittaclc   follows.   I llp  wtis   u-e  fusfc     l<*>    Ivno^v ,,-.aia,d ������������������iav| '^������--  1     'ra>  east  out   rheumatism- the  blood ��������� which we all now share, "Blessed are'  i nna;-jt be  enriched  and  the rheumatic it hey   that    have    not    seen,    nnd    yet1  '    :....-.- V..:         -..*.-_-., .. A . .   :   U-. ,-...,The. I{������.������..w1   '" O       T>        I.->iO-.i-i.. .������  Smart  Little   Ones   Go  SimpEy   Clad  I ja*a>s*.shiK >'������������������' liaiy Hiss of two to  eij^lit as aao less im ;trl tluin ]>rovhl-  iiij< lovely ������:lotlii's foa* her aaaother ov  ��������� alder sit.;ier. One of ilae prettiest  mill simplest. 1'ro-cks amy little girl  eoiabl bsive is pictured here, aaad one  which bu<sy aaioahors can nisil'e aap in  a very short tiane, .for it: jtasl, biis a  {���������roup of shiiTintfs ellhor side of the  li'oaat niaal in the eeailre baelc. A slni-  ph> a.'huiai Ktitcla of colored silk lloss  is worlu d over each iw of p-nthers,  hTidinu n briKlil. toaich, :naal hold hat;  the I'llUti���������-  :n*ja.ii������saiia  poisons   driven   out'with   1 he  na.timil  secretions of the body. This  can best j  be done  through a couiase of Dr. Wil- I  lisamas"  Pink Pills,  which  have  a  spe- i  cific   actioai   on   tbe   blood,   giving   it !  nev j'iclmess     and . redness.    Thou I  sands, have tried this treatment walla  'boiaealciia.1   results.   Tlaat eversr  sufferer from rheumatism who does not try  Dr. Willlsuns'   Pink   Pills   is   neglect-  iiajj tlae anost hopeful means of recovery is shown by tlae statement of Ma*.  David     Carroll,     Piclou,     N.S.,     who  ssiys:���������-"For   years   I    was     troubled  with   aheumatif-*,������ai.     The ��������� pains   were  | aiot  continuous,   but   theyy; always   re-  [turned,  atid .".kept "getting-'   worse;    1  ���������tried   so-callod     electric     belts     aud  j many  -medicines,   but    did    not    get  j more   than    tenaporsu-y    relief.     Only  11 hose "who have  suffered    froan    this  j trouble'will   realize what    I    suffered  I at times. I  had  begun  to  despair  of  gulling   better   wham   a   friend   urged  mo  to   Ivy   Dr.   Williams*   Pink   Pills.  In a short time 1 could  feel this medicine  hi'lping  atie so    1    gladly    con-  limaeal taking     the    pills' '. and     soon  found   thsit.   every   tavice   of  1he   trouble   had  disappeared   sum   there   wan  a great  improvement   in   nay  general  health.    II. is aiow  two years since 1  look  Dr.  \Villl?an������������**   Pink   Pillst  nnd   I  have Relieved.' "���������C.  For   alf  pain  R.  Erdmau.  Minard's   Lsnime������t.  is  t ate en  by  tial   contracts,   \vLlLc1i is a  natural  re-  still  of the upward?ta*etMl? of business  that, has been notedfiforymaiuy nlontiis  i������^s*"- i?'' ???���������    <'hsM  Make Mendicancy An Art  I will not, have  cause    for    disappoint-  : ment. " If gives  pevananent; frelief  in  aniHiay  cases whet'e    other'  so.  reme<lies  .have  utterly  failed.  called  It' success doesn't turn the avoi'agr**  niaia's head df's becjiuse he luiy ai.sllfC  'iaeclc. "''   ''''''"' '       *'  IIrniI.v  in  place. Shirrings ; |���������,vo 1X()f, *u,(i the least twinge of the  seen  on   I he   wrj^ls   of  full   sleeves   aim!   pockels,   while  piece   bloomers   mal-e     Ihis     a  uraclieul   dress.     No.   I i:M   is .in  a-eqiiai-es  or     1 "s  '.',   1,   (1   anal. S   yosir.-,   SIko  -���������'M   Minis   Mi-inch'   malerhil;  .yards  ril-ineh.     2h  ceil l h. !  ���������Out*     l'"{i,,s.hi(.n      Pools,      illniil rating j  the n������>\v������ si  jind anost   pa>iiciiea1  styles,  will   ha>   of   hlteriist     to     every     home J  alrcHa-.tinilter.      I'lica-    of    the    book    liM  cetils   Ibe   ci������pj-.  How To Order Patterns  AddrChS Winnipeg Nevv.spapor Union,  175 McDcnnot Ave., Winnipeg.  Put tern   No Sl/.e   I l������o j a ramble  In   Ihstl:  1 iino.   That  Is   why   I  two- i confidently  reco-maaieiad   the    pills    to"  no*\,   oilier  sufferers."  nixt'H ,   .You,can   get   ibr-se  Pills   from  ittav  anediciiie ileiila'r  or by   mail   a I,  noc a  box-  from The. lb*.  Coinpany,  Prockv  Williams*  Medicine  lie,   Ont.  Three Good Reasons  Auio Toiirlsl - I ' clcai'ly hiitl ahe  I'iKht-ol'-way wlaeia ibis man a'.-tn into  nie, and yet yon say 1 -was to blame.  Local Co-'p' -^'<)u certainly wsts, Aia-  lolst���������Why? l-ocal Cop -- H<������cjiaiKa*  his father is rvniyor, his brolher Is  clih>f of police, aiad I tfo Willi his wth-  tcr.    , -!      A   Real   Asthma   Reliajf. ifDrif J.  13.  f Kellogg's   Asthma  RemeSy lias never  Beggars in   France .^11  Carry   Manual : beeai      advertised   ���������   by      exta-sivagant  .        of-.Instructions .-.-. .i statements... Its claims are conservai-  Mendacancv   is   an   art   in   Franco,! tIve   Ittdeed.   when     judged     by     the  ,   ,.,   ...     , , ,,,,    v     ,-benefits   which    it    performjs.    Kxpect  and Galhc beggarsr have a "Manual!re.a rfeile|,- and /[ryeviaaHent benefits  for 1he Use of Beggars" to iusia*uel;; W1aen you buy this remedy and you  I hem  in the art.' ,:. -~. ,:  The' book, vthic'h iucludesfa ''sucker list" of good prespects, emergen  from; tlao? pocket of-a beggar wlioalfra  Paris, judge adaaait-cdf tils knowledge  of httaiiaiUty.  '���������''���������      '-'; ?y [}}  .      "     '������������������ >���������' !  "Why.? it's an aa*L;'' exclaitaied tlie j  ba.<gHtii', drawinR- forth the textbook!  in explanation.    -. j  iMiisl.   of  the   cliapters   are   devoted :  lo toc'hnical iaastnactioai, such  as how  to' operate at    baptLsn.s,    nasirriagos,  funerals and  the methods of ntlaret-  iiag sympathetic) at* en Won; .  There ^H instruction In bow io seem  bland, siaaaialal ion of cerfsian ailmenls,  faking of suicide ntlempts aud J be  coaacealatient. of legs or arms for .displacement by  false, ones.  A   sc 1-ent I fl e    exped 11 Ion    1 n    Sou I u I  America,   has    discovered     n     ttmaiel i  ihi*,eo nilles loiig aind   several  iaacboB  hi dlaaiai.'ler, mude and regularly used  by  mnts,  Name  Town  If yon wsint  a. lot. for your  ttile naam. They  lo  lie   HUivi   of   gelling  mo'aaey,  see  a  real  cs-  iui\'e  lliem for Stile.  An Oil that la ���������"���������Prized Everywhere.  ���������--Dr, 'J'boaaaas' Koludrie Oil wiw put  tapon the nmalci't without any nourish over flfly years'aago, II: wsis put  up lo meet the wstuls of a. mmill son-  lion; but as coon as Its inerils be-  came Known ll hail a whole con-  I Incut for ai Held, aiad! It Is now known  and     prized.     Ihroup^hoait,     Ihis     con-  11 tie iat,  it.  Thoroi   is   notllalaiR   equal,   lo  1 Uo���������"Ai-d  you  working, ,lo<->  Aft<rr t.lic flrt-t ltoic T urioa fwllrip* tnaiftH  lacltcr. nt I lit-.pt ora until I lirul iimhI  tin- iliif-c Ixixcn, (.ml nana I fc<-| tut ivrall  ������������ma-r I did wlu-n I vrnis n yoiiiao' |firl,M  Pri'f* .V"'\ ia h<>* nt ull oVtaWf, or  jraaii'l^il    alirwt   <���������"    receipt   of   prien   bj  Th������ T. MiSburta. Co,, UimUd, Toronto,  '������nw������*  Nail������'d men have been known to be  supeit-l il ions, thailes jilckens , iae-  Ih'M'd fu thi' luck- or Friday a aid the  Karl oT rial four when in tbe Jlousn  of t'oiiiinoiiH amis allien seen to  "iouch wood,"  \Y  .N.     I?     I<i7't  j     Tn en   four   feet   In   dliunHor  '      IH'\<'I      f,llM.      i4i*)lf     iliili.     OlUi     fithi  (hii-.f   been   fo'UUil   ill  Allien.  lhat  lt!KlJ  DANDRUFF.  ������toy     it.  Hiilcndld  with  Ionic  MMttf  Min.nrd'B.       A  for,   the   tt.cn I p.  i  Isltika'- ��������� "Sura',   3   got   a  llKlll*  dc:   IrolJey 1i'J!i;l;,'.i.  every   mi unit,  or   so   to  pass."  dandy job  I !j������l),1n iftllf.  Ink   Ihe   curs  IH H������> ltoy; "Mother, who put. the  slitUio under the kH.nlion. wink "  Mother: "JlUHll, sonaiy, hu' apalel,  Thai.*:; tlu>  plumbei*."  f. Sour StomachT  ,   CuuHea bod breath, gaaay puinti,  cect-stS'- toneue ��������� and '���������bcScbir.g."  Tlieeae miueries surely relieved by  C-i__Hft-)Gr.a..i*s Tsililcts  Easy���������Picaaaiiit���������Effective^���������2-Sc  A  ua i..ii  ii" i"'i ���������"i~- -   -ir ���������* in '���������'���������*-*���������"���������' 1������������������ ii-"-it���������i���������rrnrnffll  YA    ���������    M  ���������������������������������������������I ���������   fll  Qf    Inffl  riilnn, (lie home of Ihe slU'worm,  In buying q.mniiUMof'j of hIIIc in the  ftnlvhc'.l i*x\rw*>nt from Animleji, anal  Fraiiaco,  in  unexcelled  and Tiiatiinr,  for   DyeinK  Profesaional  Dyef-t U3c the is%,'**&_y*_*f1������it*?*'- IK-?  %EB   BKVlBV-rj   OBESTQN,   B,   .0.  /  t  ance  Untold Wealth in Dead Sea  Desirable  Cordiar^OndcrB-andPSg^ ' SeiwecS Britain and i^aJ^^^Mo^rejApesirabtey-y,::':  Says American Ambassador  Alanson 1.1. f fribiiglicbh! ' United  .Suites ambassador, seconded the recent suggestion! 1$";, Bar j33smO; Howard, "British danbassattba* to the Uiiit>  ed ?||tate's,..: < jftiat,.;Jan..'- Anglo-Stfcxqn-;,ail 11-  a nee. would not better the volutions  between tbe United States and--Fpa-ea,t  liritahi. %^...Si   S  .?'"%  \. ;C}'-.'    .!.,...  "We .must, not hope.Ao-seek, to de-  * '*. .-   .    - -   ..���������. -'...'  '":- V. ���������.���������.���������>-       >i    r~'��������� .      ���������������������������.'���������?'���������.-:.������������������'       ?���������"��������� ������������������   <���������  ?velcif^"^  ba?itweear "the? fBrltlsla?'   and v?A?nierica.ii  Si    - ���������'>  \ls   Fabulously fyRich ;inf;;jyiirieral  i^alts  '���������* "-���������??-.--' Sa>*W G fife mists 1; '". '  ;-.-y '.nil-H*   :Dend,:vi3eii,,:-KQ;-^alt.y    t.bat|iasrV  iind   seaweed ^cannot live    in   it.feifars  pardsp'ect.s   of  eosning . . to     aggressive  ���������life  as.ay chemical  production-��������� cehti'e.  Seieaitists who  investigated   lor? Ibe  -Hebayew  .Uniyea-sHy    have    conapjeteu  ;a report -for.;T.)a\ fGhaina Weizmanai, afs  Wins Short Story Contest  Winnipeg  Writer  Submits Se.ory That  -t--.��������������� ,    cr:������-i    r>--__  Lillian   Beyaiou   Thomas,   Winnipeg.  \h   the   winner   of   ibe   first    piize   oi  ?500 an   tbe     $1,000    Canadian     short  i story" contest,   conducted     by     Maclean's,, .magazine, f Her   story,. ,-,"Fr*fc  Cents  lor, I^uck,'!;f-yvxis    u*aaiii.motisly  chosen  by  the .-judges as the   best "of  9?>f> manuscripts   submitted,  The   -second" prize"of',f250 "gb<fs to II. V. Grey.  ���������of-"5Nb,i*th Battleford, Sask.,  author of.  it"^lonette>'',, Twof prizes  of, $125: are  ;j,a.Ayiu*ded,; to , Ma.rzo:;l)e .La.;Itoche.   ol  ) ^Toronto,   for  her ?>;stoi*y,    'Xlood   Friday,"     and     to     Leslie     Mac.FarlarieV'i  *"'    "    ^S  ^(g*v0  Cuticura rreparatsons  for AH the Family  For generations Cuticura Soat> sand Ointment have afforded the purest, sweetest and  .most satisfactory method of promoting and  maintaining a healthy condition 'of skin  and scalp. Tender-faced .men find the  freely-lathering Cuticura Shaving Stick a  necessity... Cuticura Talcum is an,^ideal  powder, cooling; and" refreshing^.--'?V  *-_mpa������ ������_c- _*!��������������������������� by Mail  "StuaaoUM, Ltd., Mootr.-l."  S������ *nd Ute. Talcum 25c.  Cuticura Sh&vinar Stick 25c  Addreas Canadian   Depot:  I'riee,   Soap 25c.   Ointment  Haileybiarf;"--OiUarato.' author of   '|Thet:  'Rdol. ticnisef^ ���������"'"' :��������� ^S.. '?-" ! H ; -..;���������: -j- ���������  i> Albert  C. - JTi'iinble,     of      Daaiphi-n,  Mam? -received fspecial ' mention,���������-.- for  S'JEx t-J>aiailQ Nihil:, Fit."   (Out ,oC Nothing: Nothing Cqmes.)  The  entries  wea*e  anonymous.  The winner'for tlie seebhd  priice, It?  Little Helps For This Week  lJresideait,,.Avlao  Is  now  States,   shdwirisr     tiiis  in  the.   tJiiiteo ' V. Grey had  never written for pnbli-  historio gsaltrcation   prior  to  this- contest.  lake fo be as fabulously rich in^juin-  eralfHalts-:':aS  it is in  ISihlical lore. .  The -ebeaaiists   recoanaaiend'   that    iaa i  jfaepnuect ibir -with/ tjie ? hrua-iae^slng   of  | the  Joa-dan  River tor r>o>yer, aaovv' jan.-  t*-  ! Sell "AirpSaiies ok Ix.slaliis.ei_t Plass-1-  Add; to   gddlinoHS?^-ba*otberly    -kindness^    and?:'to   i;bi*othea*ty;    kindness  :C.h^dt^%-^2.iPeter-,i.3y7.^y ,,.-',.,:.?.,?...  G brother man, fold to thy" heart lUij  .     brother,  ���������  *\Vhea*e pity  dwells     the    peaice    of  :- ..:���������% Ood ��������� is ������������������ there-; S'- "'"���������  To  worship rightly  is    to   love    each  other,���������  i     Each smile    a   liynan,   each   kindly  | iVord   it prayer.   ,  ���������John   Greeaaleaf Whit tier  peoples jaato anythiiig'    like    an'   alii-'  der  Sv'ay,-. steps -lasiy   be  taken  toy uti-  London   Dealers   Keep   ''Samples"'  for  Customer's Selection  Knterprisius       aeroplane      dealer^  ance," -Mr. Hoaight.on said, in an au \  dresiSv at a limeheon fgiveti before'  ���������Manchester   dhaniber    of    Commerce.  * The  jdea   iua>   be  teniplang:   nev-  ���������������! t.heless-, I   beli������**-e it    to   be   wholly  talse      'J'o   brim>c   the    I'.nglish-spealr-j  ins   peoples   together  into   Jiai  lU'med j  and exchish e gioup piepaa*.ed if need '  be   to*'"eni'b'ree '"its   coHe'ctLv/<p'':''"w'ill':''by  ���������foi-ce,--vyoii.ld, ifflt Vvere possible, tend  fneltbeyi^: torffprci'moteyypeace  noi*   tof^a^-  .sure  btar inutaial   secua*ity.  "It's oialy &*esult,wptild be. to unire  all the rest of the "vvoa*ld against -lis.  \\ woiald tan-n this earth? once again  .into an ai-aned ciimp. Iai the eaid  precisely Svliat Ave sought to avoid���������-  war���������-woaald   lestilty  and   out   of   such  pfze tite treasures  of this inlandjfsea?:] llHVe}entev<?H the    installment'   plan  , Wiiys   and   aiaeaias  reconinacia da t io n s  sld era t Ion.  The   Dead; Sea.  to   caaa-ry   out| lylie | fle|d   alosRside   the' fua-niture  are    - under   i?c6n- j and real estate agents.  houses  793   feet  below  ; ill: j-.uxi.t-avrift    u.iLu*-c^i.  ^"e j .affairs;'- twyo-seater  leyeiy.or? tflie   IVfa^li terrasean,^ cotitainb ] etpiippej^ niay  2u   per   cent,   s-aline   element  lTita chines,  fully  As the rays come froan the sun, and |  ! yet are not the {-nil, even so our love  and pity, though tliey aa-e not (ioo,  but merely ��������� a poor, wealc infage anal  re/1 eel ion of Mian, yet 'froaaa Iliiai  alone they come.- It' tbe.i-e. is mercy  iii our hearts, it comes froaai the  fountain oi* Mercy. II* tbea*e is tin?  light   of love  in us.  it  is  a   ray   from  ��������� A Use JF on Everything .  Austt alia     Making     Millions    Out    of.  '"'"!' iTaicK-: Rlabbit  Pest:;V; y. ���������? f  Alastralia  once Upon li . i'iine��������� ���������iVtana.a-  -cally?wondered  \ybat    it ??-would     do  with    ihe,;   jack   rabbit    pest.     These  ferocious   creatures   ate   up     jilfT,   the  crops  in  sight?.    A government  boun^  fy was  put on thein.     Theai    it    was  found  that rabbit  hides     wea-e    soon  Tor material  a6 build   felt?iiats.    T>aisa  [year ihe pelts    off    TSiOOO.OnO    yackr,  t brought   $3 2,500,000     into     yAiistrJilia.  ��������� Tliea-e   seer.is ,_notIiiaag   :--.o .useless . on  eartli but that it has real value. Some  day  we expect   some genius   wall discover a  use  for niofh lioles.  J?ees   can't   talk,  back  at  6*no   with  but   they often"' set  a  slinking:  telort.  i  naa y  are  ia ny  f; liono'a* nor safety nor profit to  }$ people- i-ould possiMj^-eiuei-g'ess, a a y :  % "The peace, hapi>iuess - .iind well-  p b^ing of jtiie, vvoa-pl," he aalded. .'*de-  f? jiends largely ?npo^aray?soiihd^ satiiil  ^ dial understanding between  .?  lish aiad  Arnerican  peoples."  tha  cor-;  Bil-  in ycom  parasbn with -1:6 per" cactait? iii cfceaia  wyatex*. ...It... is so. heavy that .aninaal  bodies will not sink in" ..it. The re-.  port says yit? conttrtins In anillaotisr- of  tons, potash, 2,000: ? maygnesiuia  broanaale, 9.S0; niagnefciiitn chloride,  '22^000: ;ol-dinai-y stilt. 11,000/and'������_wal?  eauan   2,000.  'Fhe  cheniists!    estimate     there  i enough   bromide   to   last   .the  j woi-ld  Sr>(000  years,   at    the  -. present  | a*ate of eon-sumption, and enough poa-  j ash   lor   l.OOO   years,    "j'hey    also    be-  I lieve that pa-odaiction    near    the    an- !  |ciena?.^site' of   ^Sodona.   and --. G qmorrah I  ] would   be     cheaper    than     ainywlierej  I else  in the  "wpi-hl  because pf the, in- !f  tense    heal,  v "wlaicla ������������������    causes   u rapid \  e-vaporatfion.; The Jordan  River ;r .pours}  6,000,000 ,tons of .vrater daily into, the :  e.q,uipped, niayfnow be? bought fo*  ������230 down (roughly": .$'J,.1.50).. and  trweiity-four   monthly   installmenis   of  ������21 15s.   :"f--?^ -���������'-,-. .---.-.-  -jTlae installment .plan- slaip has ait  eighty japrse-powered engine Of the  latest aype and can do llOO-lailibs am  lio.ur:; t?  ,:? 1  A'��������� "pap'specfi've'��������������������������� purclmser ' niay i>a-  _ i speet. "samples" in the downtown  is - c.v.^.,,1.   ������^.,%- clown his cash, go to Stiti  i the  full sun  of love.  ���������Charles' Kaaagsley.  : shops, pay uumi ms ������-u..-..il, gu m cute  .entire * ijane aerodrome, in the Edgware  | Road, oh tlie i out skills of "London,  I and Hit������������������aa.way In his new crafl with  j all the pride of the shopper wild gets  what   he   wants  when  he  wants  it.  "The Confederation"  Name  Given    to    Mew   Canadian    National   Train   Commemorates  Canada's Diamond,Jubilee  An important   exfeaasion   ol'fC'uaia-  dtan   National     ?Kailways     passengei  train   service   between   Idas fern   Can-'  ada   and   the    Pacific    Coasl,  ; is    announced by   If.  II. 'Mela'ais'ou'.  genea*al  :pa:sseonger   traflic     aiianager     of     thai  ���������System.-���������" !-Under ������������������'���������'a     new     chedule  which   becomes ,-   effective, on     June  .2-1 thi. front .Toronto, anal     June'  27tli  OWN  S_"i ���������__*.!__���������  5t_S__aJ__7 _'_j|B''^__(_V ---���������*-* '  ^S^S^__S^^^S5������ S  SB'e^fA-f^6:f'l^^~"'Sn<i:-:'3:^h^S^a'ct:'~  ������������������������������������'������������������������������������      ������������������...-��������� .. ������������������������������������/,V;-,.;s,'17  I" Albe-ft 5o������p 1-irrtited.M*f������..rviaotrr������l ���������  A'illagcrs   of   Consignat,   neai'  Fi*ance,  Using   threats     and     niaking  fantastic   accusations,  have   cayused   a  ,  . , ..     .,   t.    ,   A>     , reign of terror    Tor     the    past    two  Legeaid  incorrectly. ha",s  it that<thOj. ,r   . .. , ?i.     . ,  " . ..-.'     -     ..    ,    r,y?y^   I years     IMiuly   a  iarnaer has,  jitter re  ceiving" one of these letters  seen his  sea poisons the air so  eannbt yevpn grow? aapai  fly over it.  that   plant,  itv nor   bii*ds,|  sea, but its level never rises  Cliff p*yw<ller's Burial Ground's?,.?..,.  Tlie lost aburial grounds of ttie  Casa Grande .<Arix,),: cliff dwellers,  prob'ably"a thousand years old, have  been found by an ea-pertUipav - frpiti  ahe Southwest. Museum, Ifos Angeles.  California. A. funeral urn of beautifully shaded red oaa buff .coloring aaua . ��������������� ��������� _^_^��������� ���������  . 0i^������������.  ^t -r- v c^w.n.i^ '  .Compass   Plant  of Texas  Responsible ��������� 0f  th  containing   bone   Iragi.ients  and   ash-      *���������    -    i. _ ^_:..._  ���������������������._.���������;  ....._       -      i  Spelling. Mistake^ Furnished-.Clue     I tr������m Vunooaavcr. trains No.. a anal Sfo. j  A.noiiymous flett^rs written   to   the, y1-. uc'w   ������������ci:;Ui"fi  botWf,oa. XVinTli!)'ls!  ^iuerat i'aaid Toa*on1o only.'under tho name of I  '*Tbe  NalipnaV   wall  opea*ate  between-)  yroronto and  Vaiacoaivcat on??,a So-hoiii'  sc-hedaile westbound and fil  hoaaa-s anci i  :J %T!m iaii|teSi.;,'sfeiaetlule vj.etistboimd.     1  lt^yayjis anaa|nlnc^d|&lso'ytb^t ii^ftipnor  A Strange Plant:  ? ��������� Titsses One Foiisttl  Mulciply one lb. hy the number of sheep you have.  Theanswec is the execa wool you get by machine  . -hearing. Have you -z} aherp ?, "Vf/Iiy not begin now  to get"15 lb������. ihorcwool evety tenon ? Have you  500 ijheep? You'll lose 50U lbs. of wool every ome  you aftear with the old, slow and tetliou. hand biadea.  Machine theata: evenly���������- get* Io"fi������er itiple'-woiol  which bring������ better price, sheep injured lc������*. Anyone  can tut machine.  &teTrVii*Z Ho. 9 Slaaearins Maef-in*  - -i-Ja!nd.->'po������������rec.. Sturdy   construction���������ball  bearing.  Built to l*������t for years.     Includes z  combs and 4  cutters. Ac dealers ,$829.75 or lend, *Jt2.O0 to ftctory  '?i'y:;y:aind pay balance on. arriral wreignt prepaid). Cow  |- ]" >??ahd hosxa dipping atiaclimenta jSt.O.75- extra.  Satufactaon. or^abne-f bac3c  -  FLEXIBLE   SHATT  CO. "LTD.  333 Carlavr Ave.. Toronto 8  if? os of the1 deaCl was the first���������'Jlaidinj?'  ?; of Ihe expedition. Tt revealed tlaaia  y t wo _orar.is of burial���������ereanai ion: aaa.u  % eaa-lli   internment���������wei*e   used  by   the  %>.-e\i.IT���������.-tlwellers-. -;.^.:---. ,-;r,-'.:���������.        ���������- v.',-.-.     .-.-.��������������������������� c^.-r:--*.  .;_;.*?.. ~    "' _,������������������-.-���������-  A will, consist in ft- of 2f>' words. Was  ���������written on tlie baa:U of h br'ulse score  pud   by a  New   Vork   woman  for Saving,Many   Livesf',. ,f?     ���������  siinilar to one which, oceurredfin one  o  anonymous  letters-        ?;  If You Need a Tonic,  Get Tho Best!  S^.-'  I.O  lliaylitill  Mrs. Roayiliie BftJwny of 13R WUson St.,  WoorlHlonl;, Out.., (picture ulmw) hjuiI:  "I litad laud an iipnration tuail vum e.xpiaet-,  inp; lo liaive to iiikIoi*ko utiother, 1 waiH.ini  ti vi'ry pour shite ot licialtli ���������wus weak, it;  HOi'ini'd tint* nil any Hti-������>uRth litul left mo.  I a-ould not mYi m'nytiiin^. M- wtas a|ti������U������  lacfCHHiiry l.lml. I Imve a. Rood Ibaaap to |  nralvi1 nan uta-oiiR ctuau^li for nay sccotid  ��������� ���������"���������������������������rr'tlioii Hit I I'oolc 13)". T'ir.rcc.'s <"5ol������!r*r.  ���������Medicnl Dinftovcry und .it. Hfioaa Vutd mo  well ami atror.p;, tinil !. <���������:���������.:::������ thru th*?  opcrntion wilhoiif. any l-roublo. Scvt*t*al  other menihern or any ftamily have tatkna  Oir< '(lolileu Mrdic'ial. Discovery' with  oriuaally R'������'������'l rcatjlta anil nil liavo worth  of jiniiMe for i(."  A nit yo\n. dritiKif-iat. fur "Dr.  Vicraie^ ,  lJiHcov������������ry, in '.ablet or liapiiai form, or  ������ciial Kka fair trial pk^. oT tablets to l>~  .INct'i������������������������!"��������������� L.������'3ii.������4.U������-i'y, Jii .Si'IdKCbiiVK, Or.  A   plant found.an    the    pi*aiiie   ��������� ol  '.rexjis  bu-3   bees   respoaisible -foa*  saving   the   liven   of 'iaaaaiy ' persons   wlao  lnive   become   lost,   dialing"   si onus.   Il  was lirsf broujjdal   I o ihe attoration of  tiae  seiamaifac. world   by    (Ien.     Benja-  ! ..min AHyoi-d, .Known  as   the  ! pliarii,  It   t*e?eeived  its   amnio  i stealage   propei*ty     exhibited  It-tues   .������>f   jviTscaitans   their  ahe cisliiiK antl scttinp: sun. '���������'.''���������  Tlae eonipiisiif; plant is at pereij|i'������ilv  anal laiaa'ayji^s lt?s flirst? yeair laeavs radlai?  leu- lis only. 'In' 11������ second year it'is  a tlowoVlaiR herb, with fburV or i\vef  leaves inaeasttrlaip from twelve to  ililtly inches Iaa_ leaiRlla. . I  It. is ' foutial inalaily in vibe 'pafalries  ol' (lie AllsyfcHiiapiii valley iuaal * its  pea-itllili-'yiaoSv-^i's were well hiipwaa to  hunters''' and' settlors Ioiik ba>rore  tJen. Alvorcl . discovered it,_. . W'laen  lc>hl oaa durlc ailglats ihey woaald  seat-el^ for Ii, itnd by feeling- its  leave*1  obtnha tbrdrbeurlaiKs.  Farmers    Enjoy    Low    Freight ''Rates I  SpeukinK   recently   in   Ihe'    Seaiate.'  Uon.  ('.   1\   [leaiublen   stild   Unit   hirui-  ea-H In   Westaarai     ("anuda     enjoy     ahe  knyesl   fr-'lKht.   antes  In   tlae  world.   In  Canada  It, cofli'tn   12  etuath   piu'Tbaaslaol  io tiiove Ki'iiln 71)1 "aaiUes,'while' I ar % the'  ���������I'nllofl   Stnlcra   it   eoHlM   '23   eoids   l������as  bllHlicl   lo  move Kniln   70S nilles.  The  aivoriitjo  rutu  \w biiHbel  on  i\\\  '?rJalp  Iaa  Oianaulu, lie'   Htutedj   was  uboaat,?IF������  eent.M,   wh������vrens   In   (he   llnllod   Suites  11,   wan   '.10   eeait-rf   and   htill   hl������li������������v   in  (lu.i' ArRa-ntlne, ;  Alberta Sugar Beet industry  . The Canadian Sugar-1 Facloi-y    Co,  Ltd..  of    Raymond,    Alberta,   fint.ends  growing beets on half aia acre of land  in'"tl'ae vicinity ol'" Tied T>eer this suna-  nier for test purposes. If .sua^eesslul. a  <*ac>inpa.ss j sse-\v lalani is UUely to bt^ set ..up.-in- abut  froan   tlie, viajinity. ?  by     its;  .  ~  ���������?  C>ti������- of Ihe lhaaass a,naaaa csaia'i am-  ilorslaiul is why his t'ticniies seotu to  have'?so.' aauaaiy .friends;^-,f,:f :,y.  These   trains:.6"perat.e   with   the  lav.  est.-.iype  alJ-steel. equipment;   ineludr-j  iaiff   tourist     und     standard    sleepers,!  dining  ears   and    ajulio-eqtaippetl'  i������b-���������!  serration     Iiba*aa-y " curs,     und   ' liave1  proVeat  very  popular Avitli   passengers  between /Toronto  sliad   *vy**������sslea;t"il?:Caaa-  ada   poinis   sitice   thfir  indention.   Uu  tlae   new  --.eheduTe,     fiae     tr;aiiis?v   ^533..  carry a niountalii ooseival.aoaa eaar be-  t-weasp ..Katwlooiis iiaad yancou^cf atitl  ?with  1 '���������������������������'-;  '-   ��������� : __ ���������'    -'���������'- -���������������������������-'*���������' '���������''������������������'        - ^'?  RESTORED TO  ���������'"-.*-(  I>r.  it.-  N.  I ('-"!������  o\v. .\bU*" usUa'd a tf-aa*ha>r In  J on������> pf New YorU's lOast Side nehoolH,  I '"whail doo������ ahe Sliitaate ail' Liberty  | aduaul  ror?"  |     "JkH'.ause, tetii'her, do vataar 1hs 1oo  | rlt'cp  vare  tda#'    ins    luwlliitf     to    sit  iloVVU.'';'-       .���������������������������' y-:        ;������������������  y ��������� ���������' - ','.'-',  The hon������.-Ht inaia who ���������imy.rf his aenr  ban to  btiHthv and  thn dhih<tuao������<   one  who   doe'an'l   'aiiH   to   lu'tvp   uirvvliiaj.  i  Mother of Eleven Children  Praises Lydia E. Pinkliam's  Vegetable Compound  Her Interesting Experience  Buctciiij'hiun, Quehwe. --"I am the  mother oi! eleven living cLiildren,  and my baby is  live months old.  I sum only !18 years  old Jinal L have  taken LydialC.  Pinkhaua ft Vegetable Compound  for weakness find  my nervoK.l knew  of at from nay  Bister, Dame. JSd-  ouwrd Bellcifouillo  o r   Kamflsayville.  .__ Fair  Ave  yeara   I  wtai in misery and -was. always ready  to ci'y. Now I am so happy to have  Kood health. My tuaufthtei', who is  18. years old, hnii nlso taken at and  wall*ho hai'ipy to rer-ommond it to all  voutij* )v������rls. '���������Daiami Wlf.blAM I'AIt-  ."���������NT. i-'tox 41.4, Kuclcan-jifiuini, Qucboe,  Wlay HufVer for y<?ai-H with laack-  ache, iiervoiisneaaand other ail men la  eouiiuoaa to woanen fa-om eaia-ly life to  middle age, when Lytlln. E. Pinkhnm'a  Veufotaible Comi>oun<l will filve yoai  i-elaol?  In. at recent country-wide convaHH  oC amrchasur.Hof Lydia E. Piukhatsii'H  Vegetable Coanpouncl, over 2l������n,(MH)  r^v!lio������ nror*������ r^<*������>'>v������i������lf, final AM out oi  vv^ry 100 reported tliey v/������re bimc-  *at*d"hv its u������e. Q  "vvl 11 lliu s |������ro v Ute; passe tigers  the o-p port amity of seeing tin* beau--  ties of 11u*f famous Fa*aser Hirer can-.  yon a eti   route.        , j  An importaaat rim age in the ; ioui; [  isg of "Tlie Coufotleruaioii"' across!  Ilia' yrali-ie province'; is -idso an-1  imuaiceat, Under the. neWv;,>*s<'hedUle?  Ihe.se trains will <i|iei*aia* vUi ; Uraii-  don. ' IM tin I lobar aud Kegiaaa. " Sas-:  UiilclieAvnn. thus 'gl'vltn? tliroimli se'a-!  vi<*e to 111oj-;������; InijaorUinl eUlesJra alia  wesi,-** ?        r  FLAYS,   DiAL_OG������i5E3  ���������'  ; DRAMAS  . Foiy,Sunday School- avnaj. 5>cbool  Closinjj;   Kxercises  Amateur  aiiid   Professional  WRITE   FOR   CATALOGUE  McKENNA'S BOOK STORE  161   Vorine   St, Toronto, On*.  :i  -y  An    Oil    for    All    Men.---The  sailor,  the Mfililier,  thn   llslieriiitaii.    a In*    lumberman,   the iuil-door   laborer   a nil   nil  who  are   exposed   to   injury   aiaad   Mae,;  elements will  und    In     In-.    Tlioianus'���������  l.elecliie  Oil     a    true    and     fullli.nl :  frleaul.     To   easo   pa In,   relieve   colds, I  dross   wounds,   subdue    lunibugo    uiulj  overcome   rhea.aijsai.siii.     It     Is    ������������x������'ei-,  j lout.     rL'11 ere for o  it , .should -.haa va> ,a  place   In   all  hiuiae  aaaedlclncK   and ���������lie;  i niai'ouRRt   tltoHO  Itilcen 'Oil  a  joui*ney,     I  Orders   Frogs   ���������=r'"0'r'   ^a*JV"**''  Two   Uioustanil "-pairs   of   t'vo'-rs   whb  have   beiMi   liaruaoniv'.liaK     uridea*     a lac  | Lliiwullan  aiaoon will be  given a 1ri|������  ' irf'ahe Oriont II* im. order frona :a .lap'  Spring Time is  CELERY KING Time  Brew a cup of this Jane old vegetable tonic.  It is alp the" sprint*; medicine you need.  Ir drives out winter's poisons, improves  the appetite and anakes you, Jfeel beater  light away. CELERY KING is ������ood lor  the whole family.   At druggists, 30c & 60c.  B A K HUS'  loguo  OVIJMS -Write   for   cal.i-  siii;l    list   of   used   ovens.  Hubbard  Oven   Company,  UUO  Quceo  Wosf^ Toronto, Ont. V  utiese I'ravp; fancier run  lite llawallws variety,  desired   Im   not  slateal,  claim   iho   eillblc  hind  miia������ia;u51y   Inrsr^     anil  surf-i'ldlnic.  be  II Ileal.   \A-by  of   V'i'oalaer   Is  but     aau l Ives  Icr-h   are   msaiH.  mu.-;ful:ar     by  I Alberla'a Dairy   Industry  ' Iriei-caaHo In North Albertu's altilry  ! Industry baas cnused the l'Mminiiioti  ! fllfy Ifnlry to jilun adiUiions lav iis  ! plant   this  sMinuier, at  a <*osi ml   ������;$.'><},  ! 000,  I ��������� _     ���������.���������___  JKeeP' MlnarKl'* Litilmeot:  In  tli* ba;in������.  A  BROKEN   DOWN   S-VSTEIVI.  Thii i- a condiilon for ti 1��������������� a a t a io wlitch dttetor*  ., civninaaiiy naanet but which (iw of Oitm really  unai������i������iitnd. limimplj vr^4kti*������t ubirwtiluww,  fk������ tt wrt'a, allUt. viul (o-i en iUmi aaw:j,nil.c u>a-  (���������m. No anatK-E what dimv ba Itac.nuutt(lliey ar*  alnaoM iiumbcrleato, iia ������yun>tnn,i ar. miirh lb*  ������aata; iba mora prominent l������eii������t nkf pVwiira*.  ������������������roa ol pro.tration or w*_rH'ei.������. ia������-|iir������tion of  ���������plaits aud want of anargy for ������ul ihr oi<lin������rf  ���������Aaii'������ofH<������. No������y,wli*talmtc la -b������.nliitrlvr-������irn-  aial in alt aitcb **���������*������������������ tkiiktir^%ri. vn ility ��������� - v.goiir,  ���������viial .aranciU and riarrgy ao alunw ofl aliri������  aioi'u u Ui.llr.sr., and sa ������!������>������������ sncr^������<l������ iltf ������>#r  lb I. rnay 1>������ more rxitaiuly areiireii liva c oai rn* nl  THE NIW FRENCH REMEDY.  ^gjipO j* O j������f^|y |k|n *������  a 53 3 EEa B**_> C���������*ri H^^ H "������t��������� "��������� "S ". "aCS*1  tnMv by any oaliri known coiiibiHKlian. hoauiriy  ��������� tit I*i*V^n nnrcorH- ni-������ ytllVi tliMliirriianaaD-  ������������inip������iiv|inll, wlllili*������lmilerrJ!ir4liVil.Mr������t(.rr4  ,.tHE 'iaKPIBiW-- tt-AWaT** Of __S*P������  I        a-UUHTKD   UP   AFRKSH.  _j|Janaw������������l������<*nr������la������p.i i*_ In |>t_c*<>l������������li������t*-a4  ������������l������(alyi������������ai>vinl*������orn nna,u������*rl i,j������,i������ii<fv������lurlri.������.  Tt������l������wondtrliil������n������������Jlr������i������������*-nil������ ���������iiiiaUlttoT ������|l������cri  ������������a������aliuilon������ .niroMrtialoiia, m������iikirr hi -, rn<l il  la diMeiill ao >ni������_iu_ a, <li������r������������a or iiT������i'i������iin-iia  wkoia rualn (*������������iif������ ia '^���������^������Vl^a������*, Ih al will kai  _������������������ apaailily anJ i>*ri������������������itiitly ava^-coin* by ibi*  waBur������*r������.lli'������a������i#iii',a,whlrhl������������a������lll������aia������.ra������t n.i*  *at>,l<������in������i avrrrrblnr '-.I bail ftvaaa-td al l������f . I* a at  i w������Ma i������tit������il a* Miiiniarauaa-latt������>IAu*_������af>aainiMHt������.  . ||*l_-rl������a������lM.r-ki>mlll������ aralitt*! ?'��������� I������������hii������i.i������i|Ii*������i  tlM.'-._Cia.a_U__.C..ll-������-i-U_w-~<N.W l.l.������#i������������ V  .<���������_.������ ���������:'������  .',-auJ������_SS"_t>il:Jn;  "���������'-' ig" _������������������_���������_���������������������������������.  y-^������Jf4L-B������:|*r.  Tot CRIES*  Issned every Frida-jr at Creates. S.C  Subscription s $2.50 a year in advatsce  *3S.OO to U.S. points.  "O. P. Ha^rs* Editor and Owner,  CRESTON.  B.C.. FRIDAY.'MAY 13  fa*  Figures issued by che B. C. forest serviee. lands departments for  the year 192S, show that the loss  due to preventable fires totalled  $2,352,1.5. If this total loss, says  the report, had occurred in the  business section of some city and  I >cal interests had saffered to ths  extent through human carelessness,  the result would be disastrous.  Last year 1570 fire? were due to  human agency. The forests of  B.O regulate the pulse of provisac  iai life and constructive activity,  and the greatest care should be  taken to preserve on������ of the  principal sources of Industrial pro  gress in the province.  According to facts given out by  the Canadian Bureau of. Informa  tion at Otatawa, in proportion to  population British Columbia pays  more for its privilege of talking  than auy of the other provinces of  tlie ?Domimon. This, of course,  applies to th������ telephone variety  especially. In this province there  are now 100 telephones in use to t  evert? 589 of the population. Saskatchewan has 100 to every 832?  Alberta 3.00 to every 929, and  Manitoba 100 to every 952- This  supremacy has been maintained.  not only as for the we3t, but also  in comparison with the east. In  1924 B.C had 100 telephones work  inflf to every 606 head of population,  while in Ontario the figures were  100 to 647 people, and 100 to every  1613 pf popmation io ; Prince Edward Island, whioh is the least  talkative of a!! secti&ns of -Qanteds.  The Year's Shipping  Nov? that the last of the annual  ���������fbse^tlngs of lO0al fruit selling ������rw  ganazations have been held exact  inures on the 1926 fruit crop are  availabif, and ������rhen one recalls that  about the time the serious after  effects of the ? 1924 b.izza_*d -were  discovered it was asserted ft hat it  wptild not be until 1927 that  Creston Valley would come back,  the jump from 43.888 hoses of  apples an 1325 to a crop of 159,031  in 1926 is at least encouasgi.ag,  ar.ic ulariy for 1927r���������if the obser  vatioss of tho^e in authority mater  alize.  For   the  benefit    of   those   who  store op these annual  crop  figures  mm* 4 I**** -nt ���������*_,������*������ l-an mrx*e. 4r*r*m* (?*% r_._va> tus**^/^***** *. r**\  jsmm    _*���������������������*__    w������ <_���������������������_ i ua   _������**_rf.     ^uwuaaV      ��������� -_������r������-*(_; % **3*������w&  we jsive the total output of all the  Valley points���������Sirdar, Wynndel,  Creston, Erickson and Canyon���������  for 1926, as follows:  Boxes or Crates  According to reliable figures the  fruit 6ufcpi.fc of Oreston Valley now  accounts for ssere than one third  of the output of all West Kocta  nay, and iuc-luda raft Grand Forks,  in all?l.he tsrss frssits. This district-  ships more thaiv two thirds of all  the strawberries from the Koote������*ay-  3Boundary, end fifty per cent. 6f  the raspberries from the same  territery.  Oiir  Ch nyon  City, JUlster and  Husoroft district readers will find  consolation in & recent remark  att"rihutexi to Hon. W. H. Sutherland, minister of , public, works,  in which he is reported to have  said uoue lumberjack or asiner is  worth half a dozen tourists; we  are going ato improve the provincial  highways, aaid if tourists care to  use them "we will be only too glad  to see them/*  Apples ��������� -���������   Pears -������������������  Crabapples ���������-.���������.-   Phsms and Prunes---���������  Cherries ���������   Strawberries   Raspberries ���������   -Loganberries    Blackberries   Slack Currants   Gooseberries .-������������������  Red Currants ������   Tomatoes   Cucumbers   159,031  6,432  4,207  8 632  4019  24.407  8,030  264  203  ������@afi  911  253  ������,540  2,401  With the exception of pears and  apples last year's crop compares  more than favorably with the banner vear of 1924 in which season  the apple outgo was 220,000 and  pears 6765 boxes.  FOUR-DAY  i  *      GRAND THEATRE    -    CRESTON  Friday -��������� Saturday. - Monday - Tuesday  PRESENTING  _3c_h_m!b'S3rii J^la-le -fUhisartette  Presenting a varied program including opera classics, saored, secular  musical comedy, novelty numbers and popular selections.  John Ross Reed Company  A remarkable combination of beautiful voices and dramatic ability.  Julian EL Arnold, Traveler and Author  An illustrated travelogue, ^'British Policy in China and  Through Britain with a Camera.    Colored slides.  Herbert A. Taylor, Prince of Magic  Clown���������Juggler���������Ventriloquist.  ������������������  Sft&ILIjN   THRU  _������*  A charming comedy of unprecedented popularity, presented by  the Martin-Erwin Players.  The Plantation Quartette  Highly trained Jubilee Singers presenting the melodious  miic. folk tiongtt of tho southland.  ������  The Potter and His Clay  99  J. Smith Damron, the potter-draftsman demonstrated lecture.  CCACalUI YIPlltTC*..    fl*3..iu~  ������n rn.    a-l:m~_  m*  d-tHalm gfiiiititii   i������adi3|#������i-iiiJ;   bifiiiuitjis-iilfi  A limited number of Roaervo Bo tn will bo on sale.  60VERNUEMT LIQUOR ACT  1  s  I  (-_*"���������*���������"! %B%.-M-m.������L    .m_^r  __F M-m ������ * s~m %-T \% _������'������ !������������._. iaL   mm -fLS _���������_���������  H  -^ACpllitalllil   rA!*%__,a  EFFECT MAY 15TH  ItM  mm -_  CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES  Lahe Louise  Nine Bungalow Camps.  PACIFIC COAST    -  Vancouver  -  Victoria  -  Seattle - Portland  after l^an^ ���������..seeAlaska   ���������"���������  ���������the Romantic -SFoithland  EA  ���������v m  A  A choice of routes via all rail or lake and tail  %m  1 g*\ I  Notice of Application  for   Consent to  Transfer of Beer License  Notice is hereby given that on tho 10th day  f Junenoxfc. fc* a ���������* * ������- ���������_^_^.. ���������������  to the Liquor  transfe  pect of  of June next, fcha underreqgned intends ta apply  to the Liquor ^Control Board for consent of  transfer of Boer License No. 6^, issued in res'f  ot of premises beinff rrKurt of building known  as the Northern Hotel, situate at Salmo, "British  Car������Jx*ai*a"t������I-*. anion the a������n<l8 de������orib6d as '__o(_S-^  and &. Block "^Sailmo Town-site, Map 822, Nelson?  Land Registration District, in the Proviraaje o������  British Columbia, from Albert Gibbon aqd-  Bouglaa Gibbon to Ernest John Svtmmers of  Salmo, British Columbia, transferee.  Dated at SalmOj.B.C., this 3rd day May.l������"27.  -/   *WillIf?:tl__-_Uf  Excursion fares in effect May 22 to  Minneapolis  St. Pa^uh Chicago, New York and other centres  Have the Tackt*b Agent tell you tapi-e about Summer Trips,  W.B* MARTIN, Creston        T. W. Bandy, Eru^cs&n  CAN AM AN PAGI  ���������V-*>V.   -g^',*.-.  IT  The Mitiai^ Province of Western Canada  TO fHE-EI^D OFMGEMB^   19gS    "���������"/���������";  Has produced Minerals as follows:    Placer^oldY $77,663,045;      I^de Gold, ^122,808,459,  Silver, $74,111,397;    Lead, $89,218,90T;    Cop-per $197,642,647;    Zino, Cf39,925,947;    Miscal-  1 wueous Minerals, $1.594,So7|   Coal arid Cok*^$273,"p4S.953;   tsuiiding Stone, JtBribfe Cement,  etc, $44,S05,BS8;   niaklngiia miaieral prodaaotioti to the end of 19^5 show-an  !  Aggregate ^  Produetlon I year eixdilig Decemberf 1^4, $61,4925342  The Mining Laws of this Province are ������tbore liberal and fche Sees lower thaa those of  any other Province in the I>omjnIoRA or^^^a^ ,-���������.-; .  .. Mineral locations are granted to dit3poverers for nominal fees.  Absolute Titles are obtained try dev*elopiajg such properties, the secuinty of which is  guaranteed by Crown grants.  Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained gratis by  addressing���������  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA; BRITISH COLUMBIA  NB.���������Prat ticnlly all British Columbia Mineral Properties upon which development work has been done  are described in some one of the Annual Reports of the Minister of Mfnes. Those considering mining  investments should refer t>o saich reports. They are available without charge on application to the Department o Mines. Victoria, B.C. Reporte of the {3-eological Survey of Canada, "winch Building, Van-  cmiver, are recommended as valuable sources of information.  Reports covering each of the Six Maderal Survey Districts are published separately, and are aval!  able on application.  Stand  for   QUALITY and  F5T  combined  with good WEARING QUALITIES  Penman's Hosiery for Women  Silk and Lisle, all colors ��������� 75  Silk and Artsillc, 4-ply heel and toe :.............      .05  Fine Silk, all colors     1.50  Girls' Hose in Kewpie Fine Rib  .Sizes 4 to 9J3 prices 35c. up  Boys' Peter Pan, for hard wear, all sizes  Watson's Underwear for Women  Ladies' Vests, V neck nnd open styles, .all sizes 50, 4-0, 50, 00, 75e  Extra out sizes in Vests and Combinations.  CHHH      tutt     gut m^x-m*  Cf ?'_._-   w   m  LIM TED '_*H-   i?RJ������MT*0>   K������������fj������W  N  I      192T   FORD   PRICES      1  1  i  1  i  These        .     '  Prices f.b.h* Z  EricklSOn  J**J Delivery���������  Toil rira g   Touring:���������Sport-  Raa naboai t   ac*_������������������_   -e������__j_������.__  a -*<.... ���������*^  Tudor���������    Ford or   Chassis  ji  S%__S3^?? ..'���������  .*-_*���������'.  ttm?**  1*T.       il������kl������ 1-CV.T. ������F  I   TriioK���������~������...������ ......���������.  Truck, Starter-���������  Haicksteil Pass   Raiekstell Triibk���������  ���������$603.00  ��������� 7I0.S0  ... 582.00  aa*\ ru\  ~ 754.00  ��������� 769.00  ��������� 836 00  ��������� 489.00  .... 592.00    ������AQ fir.  ��������� 585.00  ��������� 70.00  ��������� 100.00  BSGKSON BaHERY SEBVISE STaTSSiH  I  ���������use the Money Orders  sold at all brandies of -this  Sank*  They are safe, cheap and  convenient, and are  readily cashed in all parts  ? C0MMERC  Oe^taal _Pfei������iU������ SimOOOaoO  The best reserv-s one eau. have  is money in a Savings Bank  "���������account,. It notoniyincreases  by the interest it earns but it  gives you assurance In meeting  any problem -which may present  itself, A reserve is as necessary  tpyou asit 'i^^.^o&^Bin^^Oip^..  a saving account with this Bank  and start to establish your re  serve.  42  ' OP CA3*AX3)A.  CRESTON BRANCH,  C W. ALLAN, -  Manager.  T__������_-_  I  MEAT MERCHANTS  JiTRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government (graded*, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  aU. varieties.  Choicest BEEb, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS IDEAL POULTRY FOOD'  increases egg production and produces better poultry.    Buy the best.  DGFo*y&i& GrosSvy  fgJggJJQj    "4>___Ia  #���������>* TTSMW? M _M "sTMTSt'W   JtsMT *9M WsMffs  MLfV-lS&P        LW   aJuMB-* m^mur    sWmwil&m*   mm    mm*mmjf%w3r waf Wsmmrmie mm^*m\JmT\m\\wmsmWml mmwF  Installed in* Console Cabinet made- hy McLeigan.  Cannot he surpassed hy anything in Radio.  Lower'prices and csan give easy terms.  Will be pleased  to  have  you call  in  and near our machine any  evening.    Everything in Radio Batteries.  PiT  1a*���������__N_8  *ft\   km   Wk    Ml   #���������__. W*  HT9 _������_������_ SSTSk  __*������������������__ E_ ������_ 13'  ^HWB ������IV ' TS   Ml    wS    IW      mm   ^pni    HNHP  Local and Persorasu  ���������aj-tu-  A-������ nnuap  wtas   ������.  *3L TO   "     -Innolnir.  business visitor iaa town on Tmesciii-y.,  Watch- for Oreston Mei-cahtsle _?ght  underwear announcement next week.  G. J. Bayle_was a business visitor at  Nelson a few.days at the end of the  week.  The 1927 dandelion crop promises to  he n bumper one at all points in the  Valley.  Miss Alice Comfort left laefc'iveek on  a visit, with her sister, Mrs. John  Cooper,- at Trail.  The May meeting of the Presbyterian W.M.S. will be aft the home of Mrs.  Fleetwood at 3 p.m.. Tuesday, May. 17.  At the May meeting of the villnge  council a grant'of $325 was made to  help finance the Confederation Jubilee  celebration- on Dominion Day. The  payroll for April ta mounted to $424.  The C, O. Rod gers box factory commenced the anaake of 1S!_"7? stra wbcny  ctates on Monday ruo^nihg, *and by  the end of the weekfivilt be eanployiOR  a bagger staff than  was  required  last  gran  <-***_������������  Roadster and Touring���������$ 867  Coach��������� -1005   ��������� .1:   1025  C  onn_������  onoa������������n  O. P. Hkyes^left ohl Wed-iepday for  Nelson, where lae as presiding at the  annual mt*eting of Creston Riding  Ijibei-aS AesoctHtion in that city this  (Thursday) evening, f This - accounts'  for the d������y-t*arly appearance of the  Review.  ��������� T. "R.f Fletrt of Cra������ibrM>n3., O.P.R.  divisional stiperantendent, was here on  an offlici 1-visit, Saturday." The extra  gang that has been platting in new  ties between Crestoh and Wynndel  hats finished the work and moved foaek  to Moyie. f .   .._'-?  All interested in the celebration of  the Sixtieth anni versaary of Canadian  Confederation ������re- aisked ta attend  a aaaeeiiaag in the town hall at 8 p.m.,  Tuesday. May 17th, at whiEh a tentative piograninie for the dany's observance wall be submitted and pohimattees  nauipd to ha^dU ������!!  day's entertaioinent.  Sedan .   Landau Sedan  - -  Roadster Delivery��������� .��������� ���������  Includes Bumper, Spare Tire, Motormeter.  One-Ton Truck ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  S24  All kinds -of  Used  Cars  For Sale  PH-.-E^M 1 er  qarage  PALMER   ������.    MAXWELL  SERViee on anWhing operated by qasoune  fort for witnessing the programs  that is assured in the Grand there  is sure to be a heavy buying of  season tickets, the sale of wliieh  will he limited to the exact liajtn  ber the theatre w?_!! seat���������and with  the tidkets all taken asp no treaaeral  admissions can be sold, except for  the afternoon performances.  ORCHARDS���������FOR SALE OR BEE.T  Young., orchard for. sate at Creston.  6 acres planted to Mcintosh, Delicious  and Bartletfc Pears. Al proposition.  Cash or terms. - O. MOORE, Oreston.  Fruit ranch for rent, near Kuskanook, oaa lake and. highway. Bin-*;  .Cherries principally. Apply Robt.  liamoat, Creston. or S. Bysouth (Kuskanook) Sardar P.O/     -  1927 Chautauqua  Of ficers Chosen  All arratige^ieiits   for  j_he  1927  four day Chautauqua   were    completed at a meeting? of tlae gai aran  tore on'   Monday ni/_;bt, -w4ien   the  advance lady. Miss   Marion Swan  son,    was    pre:  to   look   after  Chantauqua'a interests, .aud the  following officers chosen: Chair  man, Rev. J. Herdman; secretary.  W. J. Truscott: chairman ticket  sel!in<> cominittee, R. Walters;  chairman publicity commitee,C F.  Hayes.  The four'day lease of th������ Grand  Theatre wars ratified and the committee are of the opinion .that  possibly 400 tickets .can be sold  with assurance that there will be a  seat for every -ticket, holder* Adults will pay $2.50 for the season,  and children under 16 years will be  assessed $1. There will be reserve  seats at $1 for tbe season, and the  plan will open at Kelley's drugstore  on Monday, on which date season  tickets -will go on Bale. The amuse-  ment tax can be paid in Advance at  Vie, Mawson's store.  Everyone" who has had chance to  look over the seven proflratnfl to be  submitted, opening: at the 8 p.in.,  Friday., May 27th, is agreed that  this ycara offerings in uauetioal line,  as well as lectures and other  features, are just a little, better  than >any previous Chan auqaia,  and with the added all-round com  "Herb Sprrrosv, who has been holidaying with Osier and Nelson friends  for the pust "month, left on Saturday  for Klockmann. where he will resume  work.        ? .  Harry Beeson, a former well known  Lister resident, who has been on a  visit to the Old Country for the  past eighteenr months, retm-ned a few  days ago, and itf the guent of A. S.  Evans at presenti      y  R. Dawson of Cranbrook, who has  had men at work stumping,   and seed  sag   five   aerres   of    his     place  here,  finished the   job   at   the   crd   of  the  week, ind has returned home.  Jas. Parkin, a Monro  LAke sawmill  operatoi', was urnoongsb the visitors  here last, week, lookinta; over the L.S.  B. taiaaber linaat, und has, we understand, saabniitled a bid for the pur^  chase of the timber.  Vane. Liddfcatt. who .was foremitn  carp en tea here in construction days,  now living nt Orsan brook, was  amongst those considered for the  position of city fot-esxiaas sit Oraarabrota-k,  which position has just been awarded  to a Mr. Fhilpot.  Lister residents are pleased to note  the active interest our former townsman. Job. W, Bell, is taking in the  community life iat Kimberley. He  hos just been elected to the executive  of Kimberley golf club.  Principal .tanks has issued the  following report for Lister school for  the month of April: Highest stand-  inn;, Giude 8���������Jack Bird. Grade7���������  Charlie Multhouse. Grade aU���������-PeR-Ry  3-Mith, Billy Yerbury, Wallace Sinclair. Grade 1 Senior���������Kirk Ba>ard,  Randall Smtlth. Grade 1 Junior���������  Douglas Sinclair, Cyrille Bird, Gladys  McCulIough. Por the month the per  centitge of attendance was .'85.  BOAR FOR SERVICE  Berk^iire Boar, service "$2.60.   A. G������  COX, Vaness Ranch, Alice Siding.  Foiim B.  IMOTirF   OF  <AI F  lll\������#   U   m\j-Sm.        \Jl ^tXimmmmm  Notice is hereby -jariven  that I wlllj*  on the 1.0th day of Id ay,  la927, sell by  public .Miicbikm tit tho pound in thu  Oorpoa^iitton of the Village of Oreston,  the  following    impounded    animals,  Nntnelys  1 Jefftey c-aw branded JH.  1 HoiBtoiin cow with calf.  1 binek 1:1 olutein with ������1lned ear.  1 red and white caw, hole in right  oar, mIt on aide,  1 red und white cow, hole In ear.  untuHH raikMiHod before the above date,  W, ������3v HENDY, Poundke������per.  GvmUmt Mity 12.1U27.  Card of Thanhs  General Change in  Train Service  EFFECTIVE  Sanday, May 15ih  For further details  please consult  w. e. mmm  Creston  Erlc-soa  or write  G. D. BROPHY,  District Passenger  Agent, Caigaiy.  SJ&M mmS Mmumfy  to ���������$������9e$������g*  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  Shoe and Harness Repairing  Mrr. Demers and family tako this  means of expresBlng their appreoiation  of the practitoal aynipathy and many  kindnesses rihown them in thoir recent  bereavement.  Wm.   l.iiiuaiiy  of  Kelson*   district  engineer, wans hrro on 'Thursday last  Uitiliiuy; un |ii:iup4.-i{-ilo>r; ot tho coiuIb tn  Oreston Vtilley, Authority hna now  been received to proceed with tho  hciihou'u expenuitairea and he states a  (���������tart will be made in a few days ut  gravelling tho lower Cr**ton������BHoknon  road, starting at the Ci-euLon unci, and  work is iiIho to Mtai-t at grjivolllng the  KrlekBoai-Arawnv Oreek ro������d, utiarilng  at Krickson. Falaiy generoun nppro-  pa-lHtions hawe  been   made for both  PP.0VBMC.M. ElECTSBB'S AGT  Ctcst&vi ElcctO'Tisl Dsstnct  NOTIOK iaa hereby crj von that I nluUl.on Mon  ������../, ct������0 lC;-������ uti.( it' jw������*V , .027. ttt H'o "inmir uJ" SO  o'cTook in tho rforonoon, at tho OiartJirtnrtft,  (At.:  o'cL  OroBton, hold i������ nlttlno-'Of the Court o* ItovUlori  for Ui������ puriKMti of rovaHliitf tho lU������t ol votura tor  Uio fiAhf ola&otowal dJaatrlot. mA ot h&xtlnu tm&  t.(vtoi*ealaiia_T any end all otajoctloii- to the rt>-  ruifiUwii of any wa.������io on tlie Maid Il������t~ or to th������  ru(.iiiim.tiuri tut a- voUxf of may wi>i>Uui_h* tiaar  r^tflfltro-Uoai: and for tho other purpoaww wot  forth \x\ thoJI*,fQ'V'lttoud 3Sloct)l<m������' Aet.  UnllVM Mt, OIUMMIII, jl������,^,r millH 4<MM> ������������������y KM Ai>������ *ii,  G. V. ITAY1_������.  UcNtjiiuti-ar ������f Vrttftru,  <_*iro������toii IfilootortU iHnltlct, THE   REVIEW.   ORESiTOxr    t*     n  T_-c������  -s._������_3  f^sT-l-S.  /m*|igi 1  preserved in me  ijjtiQd^ package.  ! ��������� rfi  Destroy Machine-Larved  Glass  wrii  **P**9?  RED ROSE ORANGE PEKOE is extra good.  ������������������CJtie ol C^ai-ia.d-3; -s xlksssts  Kvery citixon is. or should be. interested in all tilings* pertahaliag tofthe ���������  ������ia-'\-������"loinaioiaa aaivl prosperi'.,** nl Canada, whether he views it .from a bi'oitd j  1 ut liottc-aivl  national aUiin.'-jioin;  or ''Ihe-more selfish one of how lais and avid-:  Via I business ai\tl welfare is nfaeeied. Anytiiiatg aiav  citizeai t-an do to adva'tico i  ��������� a  national intej-ests and pi-ogre>s '*s, uierefore. to be expected of him. :  l.r as generally reeoghi-/.<:*d ahna at Is ita tiae?'interest's--of u'''country? ao I  develop its export aiad-.'. to ;t i������oinl beyond the vole ane nnd value oi' ?ii.s;  Import tnnie; iu oijier word;-., io create what is known as a favorable balance i  i.t" ira'le. lOxport ar-.de :s aiimle up o!" those urtfteles produced or aiis.nufaetiii'od ���������  hi Canada and sold an othea- eoun tries: import tradecoiisUUs of produce anil |  s^ooils'of other eoniurii-s broaag'hr into Canada anal sol<i lav its people. Thai-"is. :  Canada nausa. s"nd lis money abroad to pay for rmporis. while on ilae oi-hei ';  i-atatl, foreign money i<s paid to us Lor goods we export. In jut-act ice, of course, j  exports j-eally pay fe-i out* imports; hence the- strength oi" developing o:x pons'!  ar- i'N'f-c?s t:T imports. ' ���������     '    ���������   j  T^t'i'e is, i ii'-vt'Tf'r, one e?c*epi io!; tsi this general a-ule. Money Itself -when j  an>;"'i''til a-his ao t\w ueali.h oi tin country mnc.h. vho s:iaite as exports ol j  pvodtiee and goods adds to it. And ia is Immaterial the form in which 'such j  j<!on*'y may conae.  I'f'htte   year*   ;s   new   auuusia-.\    has   developed   oa   the   5:o'tNh   Avneaieaaa i  orafismen       Fear      Machinery  Ruin    Hand   Cutting   Trade  Bohemia's'.-faitaoias   glass-canting   iri-  l dirs'try   is   great ly   agitated   over   the  ; adoption of ihbdel-ii machinery to  re-  i plare the i>a*oees of f.ntaing by   haaid, j  ] whioh   has   been  the  source  of  liven-1  . j hood olv thousands of famalaos. ? |  ��������� ���������\      Fearing     ultimate     destruction,    oil  \ their   handicrafts.    :1 ,������>(>U    trade    glaS:s!  | eaatters.     reju'eseaatiiiu      an      aueieiai. |  j guild    61"  cra.i-'sii-teu.    invaded    a  "dozen   factories    and    summarily    do!  i '-���������':,  j niolished largo stocks of iiiaehaney j  ; carved'' ghiSsawai-e. Iiilea-veaitioai hy j  jthe police failed to pitcil'y the rioters j  land' the disturbances are spa*eadiitg j  j through  the gtassw.aa-e bolt. ���������? j  j      ['ruduelioii   of   it     csu-load     of una-I  .'chine-cut.   Khtsswave  requires" less- la  i bor  than  sa, single  iiaiui  cut. vase,  ike,  revolting gluss-eul ters  deelaa*e.     They  claim   Ihe   foreign    ���������markets    .slili    Ut.  i  uaand hand-cut wares anal aiaaioiatu-e,  iheir deterniinul.ioJi to halt i'urliiei'[  invasittai b> tecluiic.il at]������pHuaicuH cal I  caalaleal   lo destroy   their profession.  Elevator Contsriaction  C l-ain elevator construeiioxi in  Western Canada this year will be on  aai aiaapa-i-eedeiileil scale, aao fewer  than "MO elevalors being already project cal.  % J%\ e i >_kl j "i --^ i i  11  "g* "W ���������*   ;._rlifi  ��������� ",:>rl_.:' Vfl. ��������� ���������.' ��������� p mr^ I'  ajjTin       mkt^a^mmwm.   ������_a_W A- JtV.^mMt^ ������_-__���������  44Les" Sooth, widely knotvn Ontario farmer, and a sick^  tnct-vi for 2?Q vecirs* suffered dktilv, oyiIv half alivc^      s  * mf J <Fm if f ay *  No^������v strongf robust, vigorous, credits new  found health to T&nlac  ���������'':fThough popularly known ais "Los,"  Mr. -.Booth's <'oa*a*()<:fc lirst aaaaiao, ia  iia if I CJcorgc. liis home is at 271 Perth Bt.,  BrockvaUc. l'V>r the past' tlva-co'��������� j*narsi  Ito has ciaja>yc<l vigorous heallh Inifc  what.-.he endured before theu'-ia bosfc  told ail his own words, "l1'ot* twenty,  ycisia-s.Qiy arms, sltouUlci-s,.Iiatrk aaul  hips, aachctl walla a*hcjumii,t5stn," S:ia<l  Ma*. Booth..':'Ot'ten IhadtociuLtwork  on tardy and I rasincanlicv oiae laad spell  tlaat, kept ane au 1>ea] feu* six mouths.  : --'.My wise got to Inc. so clu'onic. that  ine hei(i> ran thojfairm.? ���������������',"\Vas ..pra<vf  ta^-uiiy iieijiaess. iw-eti mi' wvisisiind  hrimlswiJuliUsavcll sap vso tliafc I coaaldu't  write rnrriEime; 1 dfctid<?ft iiedtinio,  for 1 ga'at no rest, bait lay there in  agotay, *\yaitiaag t'oivmoa-ning.. K"et*voiis  f*^iclls?i^wld?seiKe ^  trerh 1 alb alt ovei* like ii leaf? I 'coaifda't  get any "benefit from any footl and land  to force liiyse.ll" to eat. My .^if eight was  far belo*w it(������rniuL -?"?��������� f. y. ? " f a   "Three yeairs ago I -dfecKUwl to give  Tanlac a gaioti trial, forj nothing-.'else  had hcTocil tne. 1 could scarcely believe such? resaalts -were possible sis  those Tanlac soon sfifiwed. The acliihg  'stoppiatl, nay appetite came back.and  -I ?->uld cat" heai-tity. My nights became more restful, too, aiaul J,, slept  /*  .-^*  P5  am  !*_mr5_in_r  Rriiicftc  ft.! %  Restored By Nerviline  ..^.soa-mdly...; J gained 16 pQtinds wliicli I  r still retaiii, arid fl ii o\v Avbirk haara^put-  rloorsfioin f>to"'10'libiii*s aday? /-rieyer  have an ache.  It's hardly believ/cqulef  av If folks want to kpovir-fw/laat Tanflac  ? can- do, tell theatai;''lo ivrite to.^aja  Booth? or to come and see mt^i^'U  ..-rieia *eiu.", .: ,- . |H?  If your healthfis broken froan'dyier-  wroi*k or neglect, profit Jtrornj ^Mr-  Booth's experience. Try T������n]a6,f*ia-  iure's oarra body builder, naadejfiona  roaits, herbs and barks? Your draigpst  laas it,   Over 52 million bottles Isold.  There is soothing power tn Nervillno  has  .made   it .famous , for  nearly  c-onai.tu-.ut. although it   Is aaa  *dal iiuivistry  in  France. Saviar/erlaiid. and  some;, i..' ,       _.    .   ,     ..    ,       ,     ..  .������            .       ^        ,          . , ! nity yeaa*s past.      It sinks m deeply. St  oa her lands.    V. e  --*���������-���������  --    ���������'  ���������' ���������>-....   ������,....      ,._..   ..    ���������i  ���������ai-eat   inr-<'>*iie to I-'s  i������!   ihe auio.mohiUi  a-ef<-r to  'J'ouri^i   araaiUc. Avhieh  hati;  Ions beeu   a   source  o> j penetrates quickly, it  takes away the  aic������   and *f?vvir,:erlar.d. Tourist trall'tc lias, with fhe advent j pain from a  spraau  and  briaigs  grate  rm  .lie  nui-uani  ;ood  i"Oy.d-?, become one- oi"  major  oS   so'oii  i-oy-ts.:?.  oecouie one- oi   the  i-iuht.-*tries .of  ('-uiiad-a,   nauL   unlike   most   imports,  tluf more  tourasts "vve   can  ter .t'i������.n;*aia   is   -ie.ad������-.   it    to'lov.*^   tanit   everything   in   reason  1������\   (."aiiiadian-. to eaacourage an inca-ease in such tnafUc.  'itipoi"(    t?--e   ri<  .smuakl be don*  Tourist.-, ei-n-.e ;o t'anatla for a vurlety of re:tson.s They are glad to gel.  j"i*i\*.ty Ifora the ������;.*;'>>���������.-.-��������� ������vi> he;-* a.f a.ue south in sunr-iaei'; -\viila ihe development  or -so-ah'any--large--etti^s in'r'h- t'aaitec Suites those "who can afford to do so  arc anxious Jo alee lo- the diivovnL.s. to the lakes; aaaad river resorts: some conae  i'or the purpose oi hutai.in-g aaad fishing:: some with the idea of investigation  of C'ltiutda's resources. and po.':-lhilities aud invesianenf tlaereiaa. All iai their  tiaveis look for civtaiori. pJeasuav am' heaatty  of surroundings.  -.-.-Tiie nioiuvtais  scenery and vviaater sports of S-A-itzerUtml are  that  couta  f'ti;y's   dialing   cards.   Canada   can   offer   just   as   fane   mountain   scenery  Farmers   Appreciate-d  Belter  Seed   Cars  Attendance    at   23    Manijofaa : Points  Reached  Total of 4,418  if. Final   report    on   the   work : of y tlie,  MuulLoba   Bettor  Seed    and   - T'oaaltiy  Canadian Alfalfa Seed?? Si  The superior quality of northern  grown seed is nowhere nior^ |jst.rik-  ingly shown than in tlie sucdWfts oh-  :'titiiied withy? Canadian ? ail f alf a? y^sseed.  For a long tanae it was fouiultfdifla-  ctalt   to grow ?al Cal fa   f-uceessiAal'ly   in  fill relief to bruised; aching inaiscScs.  If your joints are stiff and you are suffering from Rheumatism oa* Luanbago;  if Neuralgia bothers you now aaid j  again? use trusty old "Nerviline." It | Railways,  works woaadors, whether the pain Is  Internal or external.. Get a large 35-  cent bottle from your dealer today:  Cars   -which    were    operated    by;,th-o. 'nail>   ^l'^ ?Z ^Jl^da' buL tla^'gievel-  Mai-'Ltoba    I'rovitacial    Jixteuslon. Department,   of   Agricult.aaa-e   in   conjaanc-  l.aons  Tg   Anisr.als  F^������!  and tigers in  ������ l     a i.     a tO*al���������  lironx Zoo  will  tios witla- the Ca-nadisan National  ^during February Jind  March;?:'Shows'? that:- ��������� :sv-:total^'of'S%418  people \i,sited the cars and atteaitl  ed the ,lectures at the 28 points visited.  Tiiose   figures   indicate   an   average  have  an    oi������port.unit.y    to   become   ftc- j attondaane'e  of-f;l57    persons    tit. each  quairited   -with   sceaies  of  their   child-; point,:, a   satisfactory   result   iai-' view  liood? "raiiai'ed    backgrounds'* purpori-; or the fact that the Better Seed Cars  Aft ica I "were  being .'...operated     for -the firsa.  if? f ing : to,  picture-, the   plains   of  Swir/prjand, amd am iiaruute���������vniieiy oi  other aiaiural beauty .which  the hand ..arid   the   jungles   of  Ja-.dia,   are   being I time^   anal   of   the ...weather-, coaiditions  Swiss hacks.     Canada's' in.tional  parks   are withouc exception among I installed  in  the   outdoor   cages.   Sim- ! which   prevailed   at   some   points?   Of  .r ii-.  o'liaitetat of an ainple supply of 'ihrardy  strains of seeal has, to at cerl|a|n. extent, solved ..the problem of Miiater-  killlsg and the Doauinipn's, S\itlfalfa  crop  increa-sed;-;.from-;2S8,6.6^ in  :i920' to' S5S,600 acres in 1926.  uusbaiic! And Wife  Are Both Benefitted  Mr. F.'.Spilay   Speaks   Highly   of  DodtTs Kidney Pi!_s  tin  ro.  MAKE CARE OF  BABIES EASIER  finest  iai the worlil. ,4 ilar   backgrounds; vcthj     installed  -    But'to   get   io  .the.naaiu   pfuiu.   oi   ihis   article.   'J'oni-tsfcs   traiveiling   out [the  reptile  liouse  seveiaaj  years  a  provincial   and   country   highways,   en   route   hither   and   thither,   desire   foi . ���������^-:   follow the anost .attractive aru  beautiful roads.     Bare,  treeless  levels do not j  :.itract,   hut   winding   trails   aaad   roads   through   little   valleys -and   park-like j  country lnalce a powerful appeal.  H is in these disLricts, ton. that a profusion j  of   wild   flowers .liouiish,    naaking   the    whole    countryside   beautiful    and    ai  consiiaiil   siirprise- s'nd joy  to "the"visitor. j ���������  f Han  the?������'"Willi "flowers' are  in danger.    People exclaim at tin- beauty of j      Stomach   ilislurbanees   aaid    constt-  a  ������-erlaaia patch aa������il  lorihwiiii  pa*oceed  to break off tlae blooms oa* eveai tear J patioii -aire responsible for    naiicli     of  ih,- plan is up by ihe roots.    In at few   short   hour:-*-   they   are- "withered   and.; the  peevishness of babies  and young  il'idwn   aiway.   -Mr-ad    tliey   been    left:   undisturbed    they   woaald    have   Kiveaa  plejiwaaae  lo  scores   ci   passing   tourists,  adaling   ta>  the  at I lactiveness   of  the  route  along which   ihey  blooae.ed.  Not  only   .si),-   but   they   would   have   re-  ' appea red aiext year :-uu! by seiitlarinj," seeal  far and wiale  wovild have great ly  iuaM*eased  in   number,   The  serious   thing   is   thai   llaramgh   alestrucaion   iheir . ^^ ^   ^^    ^   ^^   ^   ^  beauty was lost, not   for one season alone, baat i'or all tiane, anal the loveliness! o,.n||0   laxative ''that     will     sweeleiv  ��������� -which marked a spot  Uiis y ������ar is bereft of its ciiarna in   future years. i the      stomach      sinal      a*egulate      the  The   moral   ',-,:   Sit-h   thi'.;   I lior.jditless   picking  of our' prairie   anal   foavsl. , bowels.   Stack   it   rentealy   is    found    an  in! the total  attendance   "tr0-r>7   wad-e   ch'ii-  ! Saskatchewan     Man     Who     Suffered  ������������������,.      , .-, .      -, From   Kidney  Trouble  Tells   of the  dra-n of Grade S aiad over- [      Relief  He Sought and Found.  Iai   addition   to  lectui*es  find  aDdis-.     ^pringsitle.   Sask.   (Special)-���������"Bolh  play  of noxious   -weeds     common    i.w | my   wife   and  myself     lui.ve     suffered  the districts in   which  the   cars  oper-1 "wlih   staained   kidneys,   the   pain   heated,   practical  demonstrates   in the 1 3,1������ ^'h:f ^������������*^������ ^  U  was im-.  , . , posj-ible   for  either    of    us    to    sioop  cleaning  of  seed   -were     given     ami   rtud getting lip -was most difficult and  1 children.    "When the  baby is c'"'>>*-'s "���������' !  ! irailable   the   .mother   should   noi:   a*e j  j sort  to    so-called    soothing    mixtures j  to   cori-i'c-l,   the   trouble,     for     in     the <  farmers Averse provided with, lists.  showing the screens which should be  used to pj-odaice the best 3*esults.  Live poultry were used in tho poultry car which also had- accommodation 'for"lecturing "piirpo'sos-.'  -'fhe   "staff    eonsi.sled      of    M'eoige  majority     of    cases     these    mixtures: Blaek;   K. "VVhiteman;  F. H. Unit,.ana!  simply   da-iig   the    child    into    an    un- J .,t  various  times  visits Vote   paid  by  o roitlaze   ihat   those   wild flowers mean  not only  beauty  lhal   ihe.������   al fi"i< 1   visitors  aaad   havo  un cD'pci   in  udtling  lua'.-rial weulili mu\  t������><asperiiy ol" the t'auadiaaa pe.ojale.  -wild  flowers.    Ti'.v  to oaa,a* ctiiiitry   but.  tai 1 he  N. r. MacLvsiy aatul Jl. f!0. Wood of tho  Extension 'i'ervice neparinieaaf and  by ofllcers of the Agrleulutral ?l?������e-  purl.ment of the1 Ca'nad'ian Naiioaaal  Kaillwsiys.  To   Ihe   lroub;ialour  imlnbled for   iiicHl:  ol  ol'   ahe   customs   ami  dleyal   Etarope.     His  of  old.   w������'   are  our   knowledge  though)    of   Ale  songs.   Li.r.00   of  t bean.    ha\e   been      prc.-crved.      They  ileal   wiih  drsnaaa, vo'cuncc  arid   lahle,  When  litih- of  day.  the   sun   shlie-s   lay   asiale   a  vonr eaiihusiuMai   for a   rainy  T������iH-her:    "Surely   you    know   AVliaf |  the   word   'mirror'     means.     Tommy. ]  Alter  yoai'vc   wjvs'lia^l.  what     do     you  look al   lo see if yoaar  lace is adean*.'"  Toinniv :   "The   towel!"  Dianiond 'cutlers who coma' to  Loudon to buy gems i-eimtip in  semi-darkness uiilil Ihe lime aaihie,-  for examining  Ihe  slones.  I'lkfby's  Own Tablets,     They  are  easy?!  Jto take i\nd giia.i*a.ni,������h>d to be entirely  ' \vv.v  from  ophites ami auircolics.  Con-  1 ceraiing  them.   Mrs.  ,los. Tousaignaait, j "  ] Sle.   Sophie.   Que.,   writes:���������"I   would!      Corns   cripple   the    feet   arid    anako  j like  all  mothers   to know that   I  feel j walking  11   fivrlaaa*e.  ynl   sure  relief  tn  I Ihero   is   no   other   medicine   to  cqiuil ! the   shape of    i'Tolloway's     Coa*n    lie-  j llahy's Own  Tablets,   railways keep a : mover is  witliin  rejtch of nil.  j box   an   tlie   house   and   their   prompt. : .���������  .������������������  use   never   fails   10   a*esfore   my   little ��������� "  t ones lo health." Tha> Tablets aire :  ! sold by .naedicine dealers or hy anail'  ��������� tat 2a cents tt   box  from The  Hr,  Wil-;  painful; ; "We iised: Dodfd's; Kidney  Pills ana. found ready relief in them  for?.this, trouble."  Tlais statement coines fi*om Mr. T.  1\1.  Sfdlay, Box' 2,' Springside.  Sask.-  "Dodd's Ivhlney- Pills are pita-ely aiad  simply a kidney remedy*. They- act  directly "��������� 011' the'- kidneys, s W-engtheai-  iiag theni anal putting (ham in condition to do their full work of-sfrainihg  the  iinpjus-Uiesfoavt 'of the  bleed.  .T3odd*i3 Kldaieyr?Pills hava������ restored  so atid health to "'fhousauds ol* troaa-  bled inpii an<i women, ff!ive tlacuv a  trial  at once. n  Tl>e road to good health lies  thi-ough the kidneys, so keep thoan  In good condition with Dodal's Kidney Pills.  Gild  ren  nt, .harm-  Castor C  ami   Soot'hiiajj   S}*rups.   especially   r������rc|aai'rtl   f<-r   Infants  in   aritiw   and   Children   all   a������:es,  4: fa>r thr denature of   <&*/$f75$?/c/'**  iliav������-ti������������ic������ nil ^ach l>'"^ai;f;    l'liysicianis everywhere recommend it.  Hams'   Medicine   t.'o.,    Ih-ocUville,   that.- '���������  "Moto-Balloon" New invention   !  ......        ��������������������������� ���������?- i  i  ' Observation    Post    Can     Be    Quickly'  I      TrancforiYicd    Into   Semi-Dirigible      j  \   "iiiaal tvhalloon."    e.'ipahle    ol      re-;  ' inainiiig   biiinohlh'   In' aha*   air   sis   an j  obsi'i'vai hm   post,   ihoiigli   anml inched, j  or of  being   traitKfoi'iaaed   Inliv a  semi-|  j dirigible  wlihln     a     half    hour     was |  ; launched  n������   Alllain,  11 lily, rnceni.ly,  It j  ; was' c.hrlHtoiied   ihe   ".VI1," , after   iisj  1 inveailor,  Colonel  Av.nlo,  anal  his ias-  I stsianl.   I'lissoiic,  1      Ii   consists  of a    .qpoohtl     lyric    ot  'captive  balloon   wllli     iho    body     "���������������������������������  phu-ad   by   a   niadalllc .lubialai'    appu-  1 ratals etpilppcal   will)   11   lOO-borse povv-  1 er   mot or   and   con lain Ing   room   for  a  crow ol"  several  men.  la  is cainibh* a������i  dying four  hours ji!   11  spceal befween  ; :;o and    lo   miles  an   hoiai* at  an  alll-  nuhi of li.raOO  feel.  The   lacgesl   refrigerating   phi id   hi  llni  world  rofcnlly     was    opened    in  IhienoH     Aires,       If     Is     capable    of  handling   dally   r.,oota   sheep   ami    10,-  ' 0011 ctilt'lo,  The in an who knows aiolhhag aaad  wants to liml anil everything bs ; almost as big a boa*e as the anan who  thinks ha> knows everything ami' ln-  ist-i. upon   ladling if.  Ki'ene, New TliVnipshire, claims if?  have tlae widest coiu'ivtiv-payed  streel in the world, measuaving 3;i0  fea-i   from  curb to cui-b. ���������;*  A wnnaaia never thinks of her husband as u gambler as lung as ho  does   hot lose.  proved safe by millions and prescribed by pliysicians for ?  Colds       Headache       Neuritis Lumbago .  pain Neuralgia       Toothache      Rheumatism  waM^_M-i''*fawa-^^  aJLMA^j^.-(.jiA<a^.ij.^Ji,|lt.:.,.T,i.,..,||JTt)..irJr,-^^Jt,1..-J>..,.f. ���������"1i-]fr^1f-tf(.)fn,^^1'-n-i,"-"l|-  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  Ti'ost   coraii   with   Mbiard\_   Linimc-W't.  Accept  only   "Bayer"   packayg  whicli contains proven directions.  Ilandv   "llnya*r"   txa-ca������������   Of   12   tnblHr������  Also Wttleaa ol &* wnd 100���������l>rnggiut������.  u  11,1, .1,1, ..In. !.,������' UN  IV.   N.    u.    h;?!-  A������l������1rlai lit tlin ������r������<a������ m-rlt <r>rl-f������r>rt in Cn������mA<i~\ *>t B������yfr U_i>������if_*ilur* or _?������>������������>.o*-l1������������-  acldwKfp ot ������Bl!crll������B^l������ <A.n������fpl SialU-jlH* Ada*, "A. W. *.">������ WtoUr 1* I* wnll known  tli������l A_i������lrl������ ntaanUK Mmfttr umuMfoailiirf. to n.wtut liar im������>llc m%m\mi ltuli-lloun. Vnm <Jl<iia>1������il������  ml ik������rar iv>a������j������iii������* -nlll tut rntti-m>j_������������ia wlo������  their .jf^nml ar.tl* numrlij tti* "U-nrtw Vxv>$%>," THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.    C.  "s ,y-,  -mill.-niiV  [T  H^fr.Ext^iii  Emi-ire  '���������f'i_*li;___. _.���������__"_.  -jeiuKi.ieiit  Mreeiiieili  Vancon-ver  aW  ��������� Haal I adyices. + froni  Shanieh{ti';''glv'e'.';_le'i:uils of" ?ithef-: testimonials "sent fifhe fRrltishfGoverhartent  by the non-British residents of the  big Oriental City as u tribute to the  prompt action |of -Bi'itain in ..sending  troops   to  protect,   the   settlement..  'fl.1,0 text ol" ���������flae vote of ihnnks was  as follows:  '"We,   the, undersigned.   non-l*r|tish  Mew- Features   Likely  to   be   ihciuded  .-������������������"'ff' th Proposed" Extension''; :X:'m'}}r \  ^f (^:tawa?'"-~ "'Alt'' '.'ekte^'i;s-fen/'Vi'o't.?' the?;'  3,000 -'��������� family Enigaa-'eJf settlemeuil  a.gi*ee,tneht is awaiting flie consiherT  ation of ''Hon.'-.. Robert'''Forke,' Aluiis-  ter of Imaiaigration, in.. London, and ijf  is possible that '"some" new features  will bea inc^utledyn..'..th^v?i ney^ agreement? ':' '"'' ;'':' '"   ''"" ''"';'"'"'' "'"''"^"["--'K -r '. ?:���������  There   aie   several    aaevv    proposal.';  respedtiiig    boy    tintitigra tibia?    wl-itcn  will    he.' -'taken' lip   -with    t he   British J- ijonal  ''cOiiiftu'itte.e  CftVvornataenf  this   suanrner.   Mr.  Foi-ke   biatibai  will,    visit  l,:PiilfIO. I1  IlllONDF  'mt m*f*J'srii*S. mrimr*  iJLiaLLa?  ���������J g _aa'i a ^B^y a "fe-g ^g' 3    eh _a.__r������te    p   "e^a jg  tmf% '-A 1. tflL V:'- kW/. '^_Ns_? ' _E^  ann.  bO  Ottawa.���������Ten-thousand    copies  a. pamphlet? containing: general:   sug-  fTvvq     Parties - ..pi-. , ^Mounted, ���������... police  i-^y..:.Leaviri-g' Sqop  for rfar-Nortb; ���������������������������.-.,?:  ' Re g-lusK? i -^.'V^'S'jpfecia 1% .? selected':" ;fot-  physical ^ualitications    .and;... . tmihed  to.. the   niiaiute, /two ���������?p*aytie&vrd������/:iRpyai  15#-������T trtnm ������->ar������ '1 aa***'*  -*���������,-���������-Vr*-*.*<>\.., iciy-.    ��������� .;i. ���������.-������.!*��������� ��������� _*w  at.   head-  ��������� qaaarters  here .for an early  departure  the far  ' Canadian  -. Mounted  \ making final arrangements  j to the  far Noa*th '-where ���������they'* will be  ^esliona for the ^guidance of commit-i^.,^^,;, %v aj ^risL x^of years. :  tees ; in  charge ��������� of   l.oca 1   celebrationis *  have  been  ti r--#-J 1 ���������  sent i. to  ye very  i...  organized - vcl.  alt: meni  will   sail   from   Vaineb'u-  ffjif   service   iaa.   the   Yii-  hers ���������o.?,.I',arli������i,Tne_at'. and' naeaiihers-'  provincial   legislatures,     hy     the   ,na  for    Jubilee    cele  i  Jill the Immigration Ue-  ageneies, in deal: ' Brilar.������  also visit the Scandinavian  to   confer   with 'aliiborai'leJs  a^side,n'(:sJof5 Sbaaig;huaj.;y*wis'h"?:>fof? ex-,   ^      ...  i3.^sfe?;oaaiSi^prec^i6il:(S WliM British j paJ' me"*  Ji    A; .-''A'A^-A:.: ���������: ..    ������ 'A-'Ail' ':.;: A.A:. AAA. s?&~    ,      1 anal    Wl]]  i-ttaajesay s  -���������- tJovea-nmenf      tor       r.he j . ...__Ju-,, v  proaaapt andyad'aqua^^^ taken ; ''" '^  JTor   the defense of   Shanghai. Though \ .' .,    ,-...,.    .. ...  we   realize   lhat,   quite   naturally,   the j' ' '   - .  ���������  despalcb  of  i roops was primiirily" lor   Pf-^n-g-fg   f^j*   AdvailCe  the defeaise, of its  own  nationals,  an * - -  foreignca;s. resiohi/jfiheir^^oB? whatever  anaiioa|aUt>:,; have    i^nc^t^<3|b||caual1y.  If  thfe ih-itisli JfrooL������M?^'att|i!Mbpai'i'ived  wlieta" they did. we should aiow all   oe J  in   an    extremely...amcomCortahle   and 1  dangerous   position,    if   Ave    had    not  ELclually    beeai    foi*ceal    to    leave .^the  phaee.    It.  is  certain  thai?  the ivo til en  and -.-children   would   have   had   to   ue  evacuated,  and  the  settlement woaald  probably  have  shared    Hie     fate-   01  Ilaiikow: and? Ivi-uliiaBfi*:"-  '���������'J'he opinion is heard freely ex-  Iirestcd on. all sides that - Great  13rafain, by the eouragectis stand she  lias %Jvcu in,v this -crisis, has again  giveaa the^lead to,���������the Ayholc civiliKed  world."   ''":!T" '"      ���������-"-���������������������������������������������������"-��������� -  '". "Aimplify-jaigf ? the y above , ;wca*e    tlae  following  expressions: ���������  n Cantoii  ft. is Suggest ed tha t the mayor oa-  feeve shbuld call a public ".haeetants,  to' select a Jubilee commattee. This  cdmniiti.ee would have charge of a fie  program for July I, 2 anil :j, a no  would ajapoint sub-coimuitJecs on  various pbases of t he' celebraa ton.  The   pamphlet    contains  as   to    deco'i'atioais,    ceiemonies    arid  time-'M'or   the   events,   with   proposais  ���������  -y. ..-.��������� ; fa-efrardingf parades;    sctiool    childa-eh,  Four Armies of   Hnnkcvv1 Nationalists | tableaux,   veterans   ai?d   anilitia,.now-  Ready  for Attack Says  Beport       ^comers,  old settlerg, ��������� Indians,   decoaa-  ������>hits" parly  in   May;  i kon   while   the   second   -will 'fsiiake? a  ������^']"'treanendous   uvrerlahd    jburney    nprtn  of Kdijibnioh, so'nie ot tjaeni desigracd  lo do pata*ol work at Herschel Jslanci,  the   extreme? Northw%st   of  Canadian  teri*atory.;   The^  finaal     disposition     ot  the  men   will   be   made- by   those   in  charge  of  the  northern   posts.  Corporhl rr. Keddyhotr and Con  stables Af W. Kins? and ;'"vT:'lI. MaT-  fett will go to the Yukon. ^  Ready   to  leave  on   the   Arclictrita  suggestions   are, Constables-H.   A.^CoUebiaiara, AV?  S.   Cjarfer,   R.   J.   Bell,   T^   O.. IMnelle  yaid:.C.,,Ethaei-. .    - . ,- .'... ',  M.r-mSL&'& ������^.?,-.-'>.'t *  _7T' S" ���������a'-'? _L/S^aS'  If fcf-MTI  tli''-'itni"i  ��������� ,^-f ai a _M ~  mm  iUU  gt momamen ts   eI c.  aiational,-..-.' committee  eo cour  ts  reported "to   be    pa-eparing.  general advance upon    Canton  Canton,   China.���������The   Hankow   sec-f uWft  tion  of the  Nationalist*;   (Cantonese) \      J 1,e  for    tl \ ages  the, main  celebration for Friday  vJuly 1   with   a    sporl���������s    program   for  fouv aa*mies. I Saturday   and    Thanksgiving;������������������?service  TliaB  armies,  it  is   said,   will   move j ou  Sunday-  I liV-"-*!"' "t-^Tn      ��������� To'rtp ���������������"*       ���������m*,^'������*5-?"*i^^3        -"H i~i*-"������Iri?T j** i ��������� - '.".. '"  Canton by way of the cast and nbi-th  rivers  and   utilizing   the   Red   forces  distributed   in  trhe districts   en roaue.  Cantota, jsaipoitant  soaarce. of    a*eve-:  Predicts Popidalioii  Of Eight Billlois  hue" sind  site  of a 'large   ai-'asehai   re-:; ^-a  ceriily aleclared its independeaice of  both the Jtkhkoi.v ariti Nanking Na-  i tionalist regimes. : Ijrtter, however,  [the moderates rouaidetl up'the Reas  have brought home forcibly to all or Ufter, which; the, cityunoaninally ad-:  us the ianinenso value bf the timely ��������� ,,erea to the Nanking sec!ion. ;��������� ;  and   sidequate    steps    taken    by    the! ��������� ;...'"?,'-'.;'; -.���������',-". ���������>. ���������  ;al  ���������The irfeveiiifsf 01:4 thefliast,  few  daya  llritish   Govrea-aiaient    for   ahe    pa-ote6-'  of Shangliaitsv^rhe  n^ere   fact  of [  mm**, m as.   m\ vnfwv     ' *__ii>)_r-������������r������_ta_av-t-Mr"s  Of Large Submarines  the arrival of the  British   forces  has!  preA*^ntoi'*|--3i_-ft^ ter- i  roa-i^.ui  in   the  scartiemoitt  itself.            j?   ; ___���������:  -'It  has;-for some- tiaaie; been   rleaa. ] Reported Intention     of     Britain  tcrmost of usythar but T& *th.C British |        Three Power   Naval  Conference  ^^^r^0^11^ "olfr^ve^^n j^^ |   )Getteva.-Wit]l   the   prepartory   dis-  4:Ot.ay-.--u-*:---.-->���������-*-��������������������������� -���������-���������������--.: .-M---.S.������--���������-%. .���������;..'���������'��������� ���������;...   j a;nli'i*!FTiieiit' coaimission   ctisbanded, ?iia-  terest now centa.*es on the three VQM:  at  Number on  Earth  in 300 Years  Says   German   Professor   "  New York.���������Within. <J00 years tne  human araco-'-vvill reach a totalpopu  "lation of 8,000,000,000 person^,.' tlie  estimated capacity thait can live ou  the earth's surface, iJsays Pi-ol'essor  ���������Albrecht TPenck, of the TJnivek'sity bt  Bei'lin. 3Ie arrived on the Ilamburg--  AmerlcaiT. liaicr Cleveland to attend  the bi-ccn term iai of, the American  Philosophical Society at Pliiladelphia  Asked what may occur when tlie  earth's sui*face beco'mcsf coiigested  -vyith people, lie said: "It passes ihe  facnltaes   of any- imagination."  C.N. Earnings Show Increase  Sum lira ary fory March Shows Subs-aii-  J:ti.al Advance Oyer March, 1926  Montreal.���������Increases of ;'$l--338,232,  or 5.13 per cent, in gross eardiiia^  and |71,GSp, or 1.66-'per cent.; in r������eC  eara.aings are shown by the operatiais  summary for, the -: Canad ian N"at aonal  Railways during the lnonth of March,  3 927, as co.mparcd with March of last  yeai\ "\Voa-king expenses .during the  period incaeased hy $ 1.050,611, Or  5.97?per' cent., and the opea-aatihg ratio  for the ihqnth was S1.05 per cent., as  against 80.4 per cent. in. March, 10?6-  For the first three'months of the  present calendar year, gross eara-t-  ings of the Canadian; National system are showai to bfe ?62,512,461, an  increase of $3;465,355,; or 5:87' pet  cent, over the earnings for the eos*-  respon'dirig pea'iod o������lD26.  ��������� Gttawa;l>r~ The:oMer-in-epuii<Bl under'which * the Bostrd Of idailway  Coiumis^ioiier^ are .conducting^ an: inquiry /intq afi-eight rates required-ftlie  coanmissioai to fix just 'and reasonable rates-that would encoua-age and  deveio.p Canadian trade. < ^        .,*.'  ^Moj^v^^s^aP^^^KS^ 3������G-i!?!cbu������isei  foa* the Canadian National Railways,  insisted this did not for.a moment  suggest'that *the pre6efEat;-rates were  unjust or unreasonable when .they  a-eeeiv%d the  approval: of the? iboaid-  Conditions were constantly change  ing, Mr. Eraser said, aaid what -*l?cs  fail- ajitl just at some period in., tha?  a^ast alight need adjusting, now. This  wals'what the board wos *now\ called  upon to consadea-. "       *    .  Some .disciassion arose betwecii  Deputy- Chief, Coimulssipner ^;>"ieu  a iad^eo'U'qJgety ^S| tc^:^factly%wM;tf?-v|ere  the Ahiaitations of the powers of the  Covernor-C-eneral in" council to issue  instructions to the board as to the  Males uoqri? >vhiclL>Uhe>Tg6hqttt<|. ajai*peeert  iu the y^ju^aii^p.t lofe ;rates. |; i"t" was  ._  *"*'"'  agreedl that ?Ahe-c.,cbhmii^sioiiers were  the sole judges, of vvh.at would be fair  Snd; Just^,rate������* subject fo ^apnpai to  th^0'&qY^JSOi'^^ner:al"? in? cqunc|l and  Ills'f %kc^libhcy's "iiow^ra " 6'f5 review  were wide, almost to the dega*ee of  ,oeing arbitrary.  It wos further agreed that an  order-in-council'.'might be set torch  giving certain -. ru*inciples -for? y?the  gaaidance. oft tlie* ilailway ��������� Doard, ,but  if those principles could be showm  to be in conllict with the provisions  of the ilailway Act the1:' or<iei"-hi-  coaiheii would have to go??'?-     f i-  iar.r_.nrle  *__I.V_-VBO  io.  it;  _3-a.a_-V--.p_  Trans-Atlantic Flight  "SSs "Oi  whatever  nationality  vre   must   admit  or ereeo,  ���������'���������'���������Ai'  Ldinit   that   |wheu^othe������l   er|. nayal^confea-eatice^etween   'Greaii?,-?  \ Slfe'''WU#^ G^ri"neM,  iJ^hl the 'Vnitef ^States and Jap^b.i^  ^Daid" Shell Kallr Workman  %stood   aloof  v^acted, iai spite" of all obstacles. We ,-aaa  hjiow of the political--strtiggles .going  y^on in aieaiiy    every "cquaii:ry/m*:tlie  world    to������hiy^y;'We,yiwho-w?thafc'   the  ���������^Brit ash Go\i?ar:n.ment, ia daily,.hariissed,  '"'a^and   t.'iiticixed- by-'���������'���������forces  at:-work  io  uiaderniine     it aid,   <o.    destroy.   '1'hese  >fqrces  are? at wbrlcIfcve^ywhere, ?ltei*e  ;?a������ul in  our  own  inspectiyc  countries,  '"It  is  seldom  that "jubst roV; us  out  jiaero   find   an   oppoi*auniiy   of   doia3g a  good   deed,   but  here   is  an  excellent  ^chance "W'fia.da.ing.*^ur^������Uo"������to? a big  ;:causc; ;tp:':'siicncq,?4C ,bbj;-ffqr.fa  bi'leJ'  which is e^pected^to open here abblftL!^"   Wc^    Re^v.ng^. Debris    From  .jnne-30,??especially   as   reports   have    = " --' Fam������^S La"9emar6k F.cld  already   ciieulaVed? aiaat  Greht BritUn j': r^rf *-~rhe^Jlsu:4ty, Jist f of    the  world War was augmented by .tlare������  ;fj j deaitlas  when a  terrific  explosion   py-  on   the   scene ' of''the   fa.riious  'battle     ga-ound,     Tiaaigeinaa-ck,     weil-  knqwn   to    Canadian     soldier's.-''Two  stilt  unnn-  cai'cuiateti  arihy  propose- abblitibii-'-'ol"  large   rieij.  -going-subiiiaa-ines. Jt  'In  tliis   eoainectioaa,     experts     halve'  pohitpd   out   tlae... likelilioOd    of     the  United Staites aaisistiug oh-the use 'of j  workmen  engaged  in' the'  Decision   of  Ontario Judge   Regarding  Chiropractors   and   Osteopaths.  Toronto.   ���������   Osteopaths   and   chiro-  praetors are debarred froan using the  word  "doctoi*"  ��������� sis     an"   occupational  designation relating 1o the treatment j Davis -and raeut.'stanton'm Wooster  of  human ailments,    in    a    decision j in   Virginia>  aud   announced .that   re  handed down by    Mr.    Justice    Mid!  diet on ou a stated case submitted by  French War Ace Plans t0 Make Trip  ������, in September *  Xew York.-^-Captain Rene Fonck,  Frencli war aco, .has arrived from  France. Tie expressed sorrow over  the  death   of  Lieut-Commander   >Toel  these, craft,   to   maintain   communiea  faoaas with distaaat posseasions.  .i  Statu������ of laaurier  igiioa*-  dan-  ;.si>ell,   the "stdpid braya'ng    of  /ance,   tHinnliagly   eiaaployed  . gerpns, forces/*,  ! ' It Is'iniei-aF'sting to note flai.tt there  were U.3G0 signatua*cs of members of  22  different  nationalities.  ?r Have   Not  Prepared   Draft  ';���������(.   Geneva.  --Tho     prepiirafory     dls-  sirnisuneaiit . ^ commission, ���������   .ndjoua-ned  without  fill fill J nfi its; allotted: task  of  -larepariri'g; a: draft  ttealy  foi-  the  ro-.  ���������aliaajfibia     of     :aniiaiii(enlR.      t?rosldent  f/lAaaadoai   believes   a     Kiaccossfaal     dls-  'iai-naaniont,   coaafefcnce   is   assured,        \  ?:f C<-,ble Cotiaratulations to Prince |  ���������;, New -Yoik.���������The Prlnco of Wales.;  i.has boon tongratuliiteil hy cable by !  faihe   Aaaaericsui   Society   for    the    l*aa> |  venHon ������f Cruelly to Animals. Thej  Upi-inee ivfiased  Ua attend a bull  light '  iwhh'li   had heen  nri-ungc-d   In   his  hou-:  ',*���������'��������� !  ;| Good Reception In  North  IJei-nni'd llnrhor, N.W.T.. (via Al< j  Javik Hadin).���������(''hiih hare have he on J  blessed wllh pheiaoiaeual reception  dui'liig the wlntor a'niT mill are. able  to get Anaerlean aaa well as lOuropcaia  'a-laithiiiM during aim daylight loual  '���������WPcailtiM*   volume. ���������        '  Mint   at   Canton   Burn������d  i    London,���������An   exchange   t'clegiitpliie  desimtch   frona  Hong   Kong   reported  receipt of  n iiJOHHage  caylng flic  ('hi-  Iiiiho Govcanaaaent.    ((hihtoiioMo)    mlial;  aat  faniIon was    Jihla^o,     Athou    was  Ktispneled, ahe  niosjiiige    aadded, ' and  Tal   Chnli    Jvfun,   dCHOilhi'd   us   leader  ?<vf  (lie  redK,  haal   been nrroislod,  Meiriorial   of  Parliament  to   be   Erected  at Ottfiwa  :Gtia\va;-~-A.: statue 'of    Sir '"Wilfrid j  Laurier,  the  .aiiomori-il  iiiafUorizod   hy j  Pai-liiiiueiit  to  express   "tlae     rospeci j  anal veiveralidai of the Canadian peo-  piO toi' iiiis stai'esiiian, as to be eroded  before  Tnly 1-, noai*'f'tho' Rbutheasay:;  corner of the 'east blqclir;, facing Con-?  iiauglit  Pliu.'e Tro.iu' tho.- slohlng   lawn  of  the terraced  Fai'llhinent llill.  ��������� Tlieloeutioii is close to Wdllinh'  ton Street aaid (lie Clui.tenu Laurier,  and today four stakes mark Iho she  of tlie concrete base which will be  eonsiaiieted Imanedlately to curry .tm*  statue.  slalne   II self   Is    the    work    oi  Urn not, of Men I.real.  J|fished ' task   of   clearing   debris   from  i the battlefields, while?' moviaig a. gfaau;  ; uhexploded shell l'oundvbui-ie(I in the  i earth,  somchoAV jaared tile badass  cap  on  its  nose  and were  blown'-to  Wfs  in   the   bhist   that   followed.   Anotlaei  workman  standing  thirty   yards    distant, was  struck by a  shell ��������� fragment  and  died hi hospital,  Plan Longest Non-Stop Rail Run  f Loaad on .���������-Plans have how becia  completed lot1 tin? new longest note)  stop a ail frma; in the -ayprKl fram Lon-  do'n to Carnfbrtla, in. J-aiicaslih-e, on'  the ]3usl'qn-St'..- Paaacaafi - i'biite.1 aan-y  j.nan will bo 236 miles���������fen ndles long-  er than the..present longest iaOaa-stop  run���������nn Ihe (.LW'.I.. IVoaaa London fb  Plymouth. -   ?"  J. Kdmund Jones. His Lordship  states the use of the word by those  who are not registered surgeons or  physicians aander the Ontario Med-  acal  Act is held to be illegal.  Will Not Repeat Invitatibt'ay tj;'"*  Geneva.���������The League' of -NatibhS';  deiirtltely decided, despite' the recent  settlement of a long standing 'coie  ti'ovfr&y between 8\yirzei*laaid aasd  Russia, aiot to issue ay second Jaiyita-  tfoai 1d Mosco\v^^ CO part.icipiale Jn*a:iJe  forfheoaning ������������cononiic conference.  The first invl taa iota, was declitu-d naf:  cause the cotafcience w:as to bo held  on   Swiss  soil.  Cys-.structing Fast Submarine,  Home.���������-An attempt lo .cross iron.  Europe lo (he if'nifoal Suites in tifiy  hours by aneiiiis of an especially cbai-  slnitMcd submersible limit Is to be  made hale this year hy Kllore' 1:1 u-  gutai, owaier of am automobile factory  in Alsace, Franco. \;      ?':   , "  gardiess of how- .many fliers might  precede ham aca*oss" tho Atlantic, he  would "attempt .to fly froan New York  to Paris in Septeauber.  Captain Fonck , said the 'plane he  will .use will .bo completed, att Col-  lego Point; L..L, in .luly aiafd will be  a duplicate of'the biplane which was  buraaed -up ?with aa, loss of two lives  when taking oft last September,  Despite.;' tragedies the backer's a>f  the Beihmca 'plane, which recently  e^ttiblished ai new world's endaarance  record,   havo   yanaiouiiccd   :?tliey     are  'practically ready fo hop "off for  'Paris.  ? This 'phiiie, in which Clarence l>.  Ohainbcrlain and I3ei*t Aeostai fitJLy������*������l  in the iiir almost G2 hours, is "the  anost serious contender in tho race.  The accident to the Davis ana-  chine lias not slowed up preptitaiiious  .for its (tight.  Tlao  l-hii-die  W.    N.    15,   ��������� UiVJ..  Not  Seeking   prize  1'a.iyiH. --, Rlajor Fa*iiaacois Goli,  I'Yonch avisalor( said thiat haa and his  niirtaier. Ouptaaln NaangcsHca*, with  whom he is phuanliag ti trnns-Athiaa-  th*.' .night, are not competing for the  .T-liyiOO iirUe offered by I.aj inond. Oi-  tnlg I'or the Ili'Hl flight bctv\ocn Now  S'ork nnd Paris. "Our only engagement-l������ lo try, I'or a, straight lino nonstop (light  record," Major Coll said.  To Be Trierf Aa Spy  Loudon.--Sitting at, Old Halley, liie  grand Jury I'oturned u true bin  against. Lieut, t'ommnnahT Colin  MnyerH, retired British naavail olllci������������,  who was airrolateil In aMaii'rh for alleged Illegal. posHOHKion of nnhnmrhp'  pbiaas. t'oiinniinaler Mayers will tried   on   a   charge   of obtaining  'Va������r  Served in Canadian Forces  .Westerners .Back/from World Tour  Un   April   i_,   1!������11T.  tha*  Canadian   PncHh}. tlagf.hip  Hioprcta  Ot  acotlnwd  doi.-Ucal af New VorN niter ti hUcceKHliil t'oui'-Jiionihs voyagi- around Ilae world  lo Iwt'iaty coiantileH.    This g'i-otir'i of iituaseaig'TH tiau nil from ih hish .Columbia!  tainT plans,   skettihes,  dociaaiieaitH  amuiaml ",M',������ 1-,,,'t to :i*lghl, Ceoa-go A. Tarboll, Courtoiuxy; Mia.or and "Nfrs. Thonuifi  la-    lri'l'Ul ' ��������� "��������� Wn������',miop,- h'siiatloopH:  'ia'riiilel  U'������lp(ilrieku CoanrM'iua y ;  nnd ������'hi,rh>x  l-T  IHini^y,  I;;foj'j)ial!o3i   cak-valalral.  lo' an  enemy."  ,iv"  <'<uivi'r.  Funeral of U.S. Citi-een Attended iay  '������������������. ��������� Canadian "Moui-ltie" in Full  . Regimentals  .Washington,. l).C.~rFoi- a lie llrsr.  fiaaio In history a Canadian Mounieal  policeman in ftaU regi.montals atieual-  cal tho funeral of a L'uiti'd Stairs  olfi/.on ou United .States soil.  Scrgt.-Maj. liiclauad l.'rtpff. i\ native-of Btiltiinoro, who?Her\*e<] Iaa the  Canadiaai i'oiw.ph t iia*oughoiit. the war.  was burled hci-o and, Coi'poral llaagn  Lamont, jittaehod to tho Caaaaalian  legation, attended   tins   funeral.  Mr. Masrjoy, 1 ho Canadiaai mtnas-  ���������tet'i was ropi*t?s6utod by his private  secretary, "A. T. Stoiao.'1 The coffin  wjih draped with this United Slates  and Canadian lings. Stone laid h  avroiath on ihe collhb  ������ Will  Take THo Across Canada  Montrial. Miss iroalem-e a'aith-r,  T^jrarohl {'airvivlng daughter ������������T .Sir  Ceoigo Kilenaao Carller, one of ������Ji<���������  l>*atliei-M df ��������� (Vrnfoderatlon, -Iimh aa--  ccpted an Invitation from >:. V\'.  Beatty <o htlco a trip acroiw f'tttiada  next .faily In comiectloai with' the dta-  iliamd    Jail������il������-������i    ������;eb'ii^i_(ioil<    idiii-i    i~.it ���������  tier rcHlaU's nt Can now. l-Yance TH...   -CBJSSXUl.   KJ������yjtEW  Local astd Personal  .swA. ssAaS���������nice  S90.    C. Blair. Canyon.  _ ������oats*   Fok_ Sa������._s���������Young  doe, fresh.   V. Blaire Canyon.  _r__r_-_-*r* ���������������_���������*������������������ St-Or.  Saanen  HoanBB For Bewt���������2-room  cottage,  well located.    Apply F. H. Jackson.  Hat Fob Salb-Two loads, suitable  for mulching.   W.J.Traascott, Creston,  Hobsb For Salh-  1350. good for ranch  UVuscott, Creston.  -Weight   about  work.    Waa. J.  .XlgHttnOhiireh Services  SUNDAY.   MAY  15  CBBSTON���������8 and II a m.  SIRDAR���������'..30 p.m. *  SBU\M& TOS-STIl!  nrm*t f_io.ii_i  SATURDAY, MAY  ID  M_k*v_-������.������������  ������2 _ra_resssrg  OH SIgSlI ftliliQti  A mad, breath -tak.iig automobile race -saps the araam-  tie -elimax of the hilarious  foolery and tingling love  stoiy in this brilliant, con--  edy drama. Don't miss  the big $25,000 special-  built-   bus    used    in    this  ____.*    *-.  tpi-ouuras.  W. 8. Bush is at Moyie  this week  where he has a couple of painting con  trocta to complete.  For SAi.K-~-Bar.el spray pump, good  for 1G0O trees, rss>ver used, dost 8*1������ and  -going at ������325.   ���������_eo������ Davie, Canyon.  Mr. and Mrs, Gu^r Greenwood were  visitors with Spokane friends a few  cB������yo East week, nsaksng the trip by  .-motor, y  MsssfB. Lsswaas of the Review staff  was a Spokane visitor a few days at  the end of tbe week, returning on  Sunday.  Grapes���������For sale, Italian grape  vine, fine and healthy, 50 cents per  root,"or reduced prices for quantities....  S. Pascuzao, Sirdar.  Fob  Sauee���������Pony,   harness, -saddle,  bridle, and rig-;   also pony cutter;   $80  for the whole.outfit.    Used very little.  ���������T. Leaman, Oreston.  Mrs. D. H. Linn has refcurnaftd to  ���������reside permanently at Oreston and  has taken the Mutr house on Park  Road just vacated by Mr, Coppen.  Mrs. A. R. Swarison of Kimberley  was renewtnjs acquaintances in Creston a couple of days at the first of the  week, and was ihe guest of  Mrs. Jas.  Cook.  Shoe repair shop at Canyon open for  business.      AH   work   guaranteed   or  money refunded, and   prompt service  assured.    Shop  next   to  schoolhouse.  J. W. Kwasaay.  Bert Nelson, formerly employed in  both the Mercantile and Speers*  stores, and lately on the province  police force at Kimberley, has just  been promoted to' take charge at  Michel.  Mrs, 3. W. Robinson left at the  first of the ������.eek for Vancouver,  where she will substitute for Ifred  Smith as the local delegate to the  annual conference of the United  Church of B.C.  After*operating the boat to Procter  and train to Nelson service on Kootenay Lake for the past four months,  the C.P.R. on Monday resumed the  aii boat service between Kootenay  Landing and Keison.  A last chance, to get- names on the  provincial voters list foy 1827 will be  available on Monday morn.ng, 13th, at  tho courthouse, where the annual  court of revision opens at 10 Q*clcs;I!c.  Fob Sa.s_b~O.C.M. Cleveland 22-incb  frame ihree-egieed bieyele coi,c.plet@  with spotlight, bell, -motorcycle grins,  comfort seat and stand, narctacally  newvcCHi 3S5; wiii sei. for|50. H. B.  SSingsby, Duck Creek.  making an inspection of the roads in  Creston   Valley.   Authorsty has now j  been   received:   to   proceed   with   th  season's expenditures and he states a  start will  be made In a few days at  JSfow* ait __Ev������it  r_MOiA#A������a-������  an even 0.  YOU know how  General motora  the original Pontiac  ever initroduxed into  C���������^_f-_r J.1TB.'  mXV^C'M m\^^Jj^^r.m\Jlmm\*mmWmmW  toll the rcaaatce*. ot  were used to n-oke  Six the finest car  the afield of low-  priced sixes. You know the wildfire success that  ���������resulted.  But do you know that the present day Pontiac���������  at its new low prices, is a new and finer six���������an  even greater car that is scoring an even greater  fuccess?  It offers the -tdded appeal of new Fisher bodies���������--  longer, lower, roomier and finished in new and  E-tt-lcing comhinatlons of endauuring Dttco.  It embodies important mechanical refinements���������  tUttng-beam headlights with.foot control,* new  tat-utism-ssion and brake levers, oil-tight imweroat  joints and'a clutch even smoother in action.  It provides in full measure those basic Pontiac  qualities that took all America by atoim������H_t-0_w  qualities of stamina, economy and long life which  were developed by over three yetwr testing on.  the great General Motors Proving Ground I  Small wonder that the tide of public preference  Is turning to the Pontiac Slaac���������-__. never before to  another six in the low-priced field! pr.atato  AT NEW LOW PRICES  *^;  rv'1**''  4  I  ���������5|������''-  HANSON GARAGE  #***l_* ___ m%l'ifMJ^ff%mfuM]m^' AW   if*  -Mm  PRODUCT OP GI3NERAL MOTTORS OP CANADA, UMTTBD  xB^^j^lB^L. jRS^^^^R^l^^KSRk ^vEr.__^^TJfl_^^^S_ i3_i  i_tfnn\inpi  lillllfllDti mWLW***m\$m%mm& 4_fi__������_J>  __s_^^^^3 i_s_ir^^^_*__M_L. jjtwF**'  4*rovinela! police H. Mcluaren  iust heen officially notified of  appointment as issuer of marriage  license), for this district. The work  has been added to and in future be wiBl  also be registrar of births and deaths.  J. M. CiooksSon, a former accountant lib the Bank of Commerce, who  was transferred ���������> to Fernie shortly  after the war, and has since been in  Pentieton, has been moved to "Victoria  where he   has  the post of assistant  Notices have just-gone out for meat-.  ing of the shareholders of Creston Rev  clamatlon Company, "Limited, which  will be held in the town hall on Monday night* May 1st was the last day  for*fyiing objections to theljconipany's  dyking plans.  The ladies of the LO.EA. had a fine  turnout for tbe etc re warming dance  of the "Kelly drugstore on aVriday  night. The Orthophooic supplied ex  oellenb music asnd the Indies provided  a splendid supper. The cash intake  was about $45.  The 1827 Chautauqua was fully  organized on Monday night at a meet-  ing in Trinity Church hall at which  Miss Swanson, advance agent, was  present. Rev. J. Herdman as chairman, with "W. J. Tra'ascott secretary.  and R. Walters, treasurer.  Popular prices of $1.25 for gentle  men and 75 cents for ladies have been  fixed for the Rod and Gun Club dance  in the Grand Theatre ballroom on  Tuesday eve-oing. May 24th. The  music is by Mas. Lister's orchestra and  these priees include supper.  The Women's Institute bulb display  on Saturday afternoon was a marked  success. The show of flowers was  creditable considering, the backwardness of the season. The attendance  was good, the each intake from the  tea and . sale of cooking and flowers,  amounting to ������32.  Bishop Doull was here an Ttussday  and conducted a confirmation service  in Christ Church in the evening, when  gravelling the Sower C-resfcois-Eriokson  road, starting at the Creston end, and  work is also to start at gravelling the  Er.ckBon-Ari'OW Creek 2*osuS, stsrtssg  ufc Erickson. Fairly generous appro-  I ������p������r<|s������t'!ons have  bssas  has jebs.  his   a_n������_l_������������.  ������M������<-*Mr*t_3  _9-*^  Needlework Awards  The prize list committee of the fall  fair has already commenced its labors  nnd has cnmmpleted the list of awards  to be made in the needle work section,  and in order that the ladies may  employ their spare . time making tip  the work the list is   snbmatted as fol-  B9BBB8-I  B 19UW*������ Biwullvll>p  f������w  EdOiithn  will  for tna -16S'. tew5 e__oii..i������ -w������  supply government   TB. Test  Milk and Cream as below:  MILK  JEI_SBYS.������.8 Quarts for $1  HOI-STEIN. 11 Quarts for $1  Pint .-;���������'���������. .25c.    ������-Pint.. .15c.  TBLBPHOKB YOUR OK DER8.  4-mm   WinPvrl. ���������  Hand worked tea cloth and four  serviettes. ' -  Buffet set.,,,.. .  1 ray cloth i*o white.  Table aunner. ���������-,...���������  Pilhiw cases, crochet trim.  Pillow cases, embroidered.  araj..g.ocagfc.. ������s������.u k.p  Tsewel, embioidered.  Towel, crochet! trimmed.  Hand work bedspread.  Outre piece in white.  Cesstre,piece "in colors.  Sofa cas^liion, made tap.  Bt-by'-s jacket.  Hand trimmed nightdress.  L*-dies* work bag.  Collection crocheting, five pieces.  Collection    five   different   kinds of  fancy work.  Work apron.  .  Woric dress, plain.  Child's dress, cotton -material.  Knitted socks.     ���������""  For 1927 a class in fancy- -work has  been created for girls under 15 years,  in which the awards are as follows:  Haddkerchief, hand worked..,  Piece of embroidery worked in  white.  Piece of embaoidery "worha^i in,  colors. f   ��������� .'.-.-���������  Piece of knitting.  Piece of crocheting.  Emlu-oidered; factory  cotton Bpron.  Sest dreissed del!..  As in the past years it is expected  that exhibitors will again.this year be  allowed to make snore than one entry  each section. ...-'..  ���������Just arrived a nice assortment of the  latest Bow  Ties at  II?  3  'ftmfi  ������*B ���������  I also carry a full stock  FouT'in-Hand and  Knitted  Tims  ranging from 50c. to $1.25.  MEN*S HOSIERY  A complete range  carried in stock.  V. MAWSON  ej  X������M_(������-������'     >**.  eight   R������.ul3������  ^ ^T^-i.'^dK^.'--^ -  apostcvlic rite. H.ts lordship preached  a forceful sermon appropriate fc������r the  occasion and there was a hirge congregation an attendance.  Mrs. Bolton, who ha*, been conducting the Commercial Hotel for. the past  year, gave up possession at the end of  the week, and the place , is now in  charge of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Strong  o.^Canyoai. Mrs. Bolton intends to  bake quite an extended holiday and  will visit with friends at Blairmore  and other Pass points for tbe next  few weeks.  Wm. Ramsay of Nelson, distract  engineer, was hftre on  Thursday  ltssfc  liJSt  SULPHUR and MOLASSES  Sulphur and Cream of Tartar Lozenges  BASEBALL OUTEITS COMPLETE  See onr Store for Specials to  Clear before Moving  GEO. M* KLS-LXTfrT |\  -i  1  But we never  sacrifIc 3 cjtiality  to make low  price!  You buy here  with the cotO-iFi"*  deuce of secur-  Sjf_LSr  SBia���������?l3rC^BiBwlfl _Wr_! a SS*  of the hijgfeest  '_Tii_i_aii'_*'*0' Shi* "-".Uiai  %,H WxS.'ZJSrS.SA "jf      *_W-������     H������fS mmKsa>  lowest prices  obtainable!  AU merohandino sold in this fltoro is purchased by  ua on a quality bmeis firatr at the lowest prioe abtainable  for*KOod quality.  And that rnenns to our oiiBbomera absolute sat-Bfao-  tiun with e*fery nnruhaae.  v ^ Price in what yon pay���������SBUVICEJ IS WHAT  YOU GET. By aaorifioinfl- serviceability, prioea nun be  made lower and JWer. At Speor't* aorviooability ie  never oacrificed to make low price.  HOW SPEERS LOW PRICES ARE MADE  ANDIQUALITT ALWAYS MAINTAINED.  r""~By being iu d position to''handle 3arff<o quanlittioa, by  maakiaap: *all piirohafica for oasb, by lmvin������ purohaaoa  naadojhy brained buyors who are oonatantly in touch  ���������with tho boat markets;   for quality merohi-ndisa. at tho  lowcaCpricea.  Forrtwoiaty  yoars���������since 1900���������wo havo sold-aner  ohandiao that always IS WHAT IT SEEMS TO BE���������  mcrohandiae  that will  stand your mepeotion   and ������ivo  you Hisrvioo loivg af'or tho prioo is loariftottan.  For twenty y_a.re we 3i������iVe dome biiB'|aniena with our  otuatomers in the full spirit of the Golden Htilo, and trust  hy ourrae4.ho<3ft of fair dealing, oonplod with oomploto  atooka of maiii-clianJino, to merit an inoroaaed aharo of  your buainess for tlie-futuro.  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