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 y  ���������*e>m.  ^roviGefelXIferas^ .'  - ",^JV  /  #2>  m   "X&f*  . ' "A  -���������Hi  .^/  Vou XIX.  creston; b. c, imoiY, December ������, 1927  Fire Brigade Re-  Elects York Chief  There was a representative turnout  of members of Creston Volunteer Fire  brigade at the nnnuat meeting at tha  Sre-hssSs on Monday night, which waa  in charge of chief Matt. Turk, the  feature of the session being tbe election of offlcertt for the ensuing year,  with practically ������S3 of Shsf eld ge&a-rd  being returned by  follows:  December 10th,  siqn id 25 cents.  at 8.80.   The   adaiais-  J. C, Helme ia here from Chapman  Camp. Kimberley, for a visit with Mr.  and Mrs, R. Helme at the ranch.  Herb Sparrow left Lister on Friday  last for Montreal, where he sailed on  Thursday  for England, and  will remain in the Old Ooanti  April.  nS&lauSabSUJJ,  on,  &3  A. ��������� ���������.JS Jl    <pa  bCUUCIVU   9.  Chief���������Matt. York.  Deputy chief���������SS. K. Joyce.  Captain���������Audrey, Wilson.  Secretary���������W. ���������������. Hendy.  Police���������Chas. Murre.1.  Vote of thanks were  Watson9 who has retired as secretm y,  as well as all the old officers, for the  work of the past year.  Tbe- records show that but one Ore  Cs.*>*j ������?ss ^ssposs^asa vQ uUrtuj^ "iSSSi.  The regular first Wednesday- in the  month practices, however, have not  been. attended as well aa might, be  looked for. and this year's officers will  make a special effort to increase the  brigade's efficiency by better practice  night turnouts. At present the  brigade hast twenty members.  There was an open discussion of the  rather many flare hazards that exist  about the village, and ways and means  were discussed for eliminating tiieaws.  Lister had its first taste of winter  on Wednesday morning when the  mercury bit as Eqw'as five above zero.  Col. Lister is the first in this area to  get a deer.    He brought in a fine buck  -.^.m .^^a^af-...* mj.%������J . ^  .     ', ' "' ' -'     - ^ ---"(""  .,. Bev. J. Hertl|i*s������^^isr---^r������ctldwg Hsbe  children for' a eervsee of sdng *r?fcicEs  will be given at the United Cbureli  after Christmas.  Kev. S. Newby was here frorao Creston on Sunday morning for Church of  England service, and had a good turnout.   : y '  The Community Society are having  their December whist drive ait the  echoolhpnse     ota     Satwsdtty     night,  Principal Parker's report of lister  school .for November shows an aver-  age attendance of 04.2, and the follow.  sag snaking? highest standings: Gzade  8���������Charlie Maithouse. Grade 7���������Peggy Smith, Wallace Sinclair, Agnes  Sinclair. Grade 4���������Polly Cravenko,  DaT������ugii������������ McSLie, Frank Ternary.  Grade 3���������Frank Cowley. Grade 3���������  Harry Cravcako, Douglas Sinclair,  Sandal! Smith. Grade la���������Manning  Powers, Cyrille Bird. Grade lb���������John  Cowley. Kftte Oravenfcc Perfect  attendance���������Kirk Beard, Jack Bird,  Ho.rrry Oravsnko, Kate Oravenko,  Polly Cravenko, Charlie Maithouse,  John Maithouse. Douglas McSi?, Raymond McKie. Manning Powers, Agnes  Sinclair. Douglas Sinclair, Wallace  Sinclair, Neddie Smith, Peggy- Smith.  Miss Agnes Andrew, who has beeai  visiting with h&t uncle and aunt, Mr.  nnd Mrs. K. Andrew, left last week  for Sah> Fraricisfeo. Calif., where she  will spend the winter.  M*>*. Stanford. *&ho   has   been   on   n  until abcutjvit.it;   with   h|s   daughter,   Mrs.   Boy  iTVIforda !*������** st-tups***! to his "bonis at-  Staveley, Alberfcay.  iSSisa Kitty Littlejohn, principal of  the Huscroffc' seljool, spent the weekend at her horaejtat Erickson.  .-   ��������� \  R. J. Long left on Sunday for Vernon for a meeting of the executive of  tlae Associated Sjrowsrjs.  Mars. ~$5Jf\. Andrew, who has been  visiting in "Vancouver for the past  month, arrived at the end of the week.  0303 GffZttSBSBBmmGr'  : assHSiissj^s-a  GRA^D THEATRE  SATURDAY, 0E6.  CONRAB STAGKL  CliAIRSJ WINDSOB  Word has just reached Kitchener of  the death a few days ago at Spokane  of Mrs. P. A. Paulson.  Harry Redmile ib sprtiding a vacation  with  friends in Spokane at pres-  Harry Spence of the Sash & Door  Company, was at bis home at Cranbrook for the weekend.  Miss ~ Dorothy-!? Cam returned on  Monday from a two weeks' visit with  f raends iaa Fernie������f>  ��������� Mrs. Martin was ������ visitor with her  sister, Mrs. Hop wood, at Creston last  week.  M.  lani)  ���������*3.n*fc<sj.  *Mj.  Gillie  were  trains callers at Creston on Saturday.  Mrs. Heap was also a visitor at the  metropolis tbe same day.  Miss Aileen H������nn was a weekend  visitor with her.parents here, coming  from Cranbrook/where she. is. attending schcH?! this ������������������������*&���������  Mrs. lie wis and  Mrs. Midgley were  handled bv Misses ���������?*ins. Heap and  Pascurzfeo. The fish pond was presided  over by Mrs. Cam. and Mrs. Wilson  amused the guests with fortuneteiiing.  Jas. M.-innerino wasjs bu9ine?a|vs@s8>  or at Creston on Friday, looking for a  Jersey cow to purchase.  . CM. Loasby was a business visitor  at Creston Friday and Saturday .nut.  He and Messrs. *g������nwi������ ������nd Bfetime*-.-  auer wete at the metropolis on Wednesday ���������evening for Masonic Ltidge  meeting.  Nominn Bock us, who rephatvs Roy-  Proctor ������m the switch rre������vt was united An mars-inge with Miss Marion  -Queen of Fernie ni the United Church  pm-sonage, Creston, on Saturday evening. The young couple are welcomed to Sii-dar, where they will make  their home an future,  Miss ������Hazel Hobden,  Kitchener school spent  $.%. Cres&oaa^ a., guest. or  principal   of  the weekend  3������rs.   Fred-|  *   sue  until  ������ ���������j- .  attending  business  who Isas bees?  college at Nelson  w^..������au������wa.H.a������  has retssrss^d boms, bavins*.  the full commercial course.  Mrs, Lister's orchestra will be here  oq SatiBrdav* night, December I0th*  for a dance in Hunt's Hall.  A. LePage and - Marcel Senesael  have returned to -Kitchener and will  be remaining for the winter.  A. G. Strudwicke has been a visitor  at Creston the past week.       -  'GBsi  OUG  S-COOPBB  BERT BOACH  TOMO'BRIBH  in  M  THE GREA TEST WAR  COMEDY EVER MADE  You'll surrender without;  a struggle to the bombardment of honesfc-to-  goodness laughs in thiei  post-war    comedy   riot!  Next Week  The beat-ever Comedy  JLjOST S.T "TH������  Front"  a  featuring the Comedians  ..'��������� par orcollenco  GEOKGrE SIDNEY and  <UXM.jt%X\jXjA.M*j IWmKJXiXitJxX  liEGULAB PBICES  Mrs. Loweraon, who has been, a visitor at Cranbrook and Kimberley for a  couple of weeks, has returned home.  All who are contributing toys to the  collection being assembled by Canyon  Sunday school are asked to have them  on baud Sunday, 11th, so they cho be  at once shipped to the Dally Province  Santa Claua  workers at   Vancouver.  Mm. Ted Strong, who has been era-  ployed at Kaslo for the past few  months, haa returned to her home at  Canyon.  Bihth���������On November 28th, to Mr.  and Mrs, A. L. Burn hard t, a daughter.  Mrs.  Barnhardt  is  a   visitor at the  home of her parents, Mr. and  Mrs.  Knott.  Richard Hurl Is the last of the  prairie harvesters to return to Canyon. In some patrts of Alberta hardly  more than 60 per cent, of the crop hue  been threshed,  Tom Hickey is the latest of the local  hurt tern to no.ua pe hl������ venimon ������������pply,  getting a fine buok on Saturday. The  total det't kill to dato io about ten.  Thursday evening, December'22ml,  la the date set for tlio school Chrtet-  .iii.it* concert. The scholars have a  very   fine   programme  In   course  of  preparation.  J. P. Johnston's portable sawmill Is  tvow ready for oporation, and will get  going just un soon ua sufflotont si-.no>?  arrlvcii to provide sleighing for tho  log haul.  At a :v)Ci>t!i..g ol reprefeanlabivo  citizene of IJtmeroft, Littler, ICi-iuktwoia  and Canyon held here on Monday  nitftiv. a. d������3.������*g������������iion wati minaeil to  vial"*. Croaton on Tuesday night to  diticiafio the north and soutb road aBtu-  atlon with Creaton board ut trade,  sale   ������f   woufe. remaining   over  Sunday with Mrs. MeCabe.  Mrs. Jas. Cook, of Creston is a visitor here this week, a guest of Mrs.  Brawya������   ��������� -Mk  ' Mrs. BucklaBal is spending tbe week  at Creston*, a guest of Mrs, Rev.  Newby,-  Mrs. Whiteside was a weekend visitor with Cranbrook friends.  . Mr. Jack Kennedy, who has been a  visitor with Mr. and Mrs. Cam the  past week, returned to his home at  Berate on Tuesday. f  Rev. S. Newby was here from Creston on Monday for Church of England  service, aud was favored with a good  turnout, ,  Mrs. Bysouth of Kus'ka&nook was ������  weekend visitor aeie, a guest of Mrd.  L%* Dennes.  MrSv Denzil Maxwell was a visitor  from Crun brook for a few days with  Mr. Maxwell, who Is or. the aWiteh  crew at present.  Satarday evening Sirdar Ladies*  Auxiliary held a most successful sale  at the schoolhouse, the proceeds of the  evening running to almost $180. The  plain sewing booth was in charge of  Mesdaimea Whiteside, D'abjey, Martin,  and   Rogers.     Fancy work   stall   wan  Send  UNITED STATES  IE?   ���������       J - jt  Friends and  Relatives  CHRISTMAS  GIFTS  JL/*w J. *   MrM\s\Z*M0t9  from our ;  Asnerfican  Catalog  Snlnoeci iirom a  feiiable house af  their prices.;  m^������%W*\flm\*f&     HWW\      M^w*fkmmMi^m\Hy  BSSZ& SmfmWisWff  -Mrs. Pope left on Snnday for England, where she wall probably spend  tbe next six months.renewing acquaintances. Mrs. and Miss Marion Coil as  accompanied her as far as Kitchener.  C. S. Hester was a business visitor  at Kimberley a  few days last week.  Quy Constable spent tbe first few  days of the week on a business visit  at Nelson.  Mrs. T. Tarevelyur who^ has been in  very pctor health for some naontbs  past left on Sunday for Calgary,  Alberta. *where she is hoping for beneficial results from the change and  special treatment. Mr. Trevelyanr  accotnpanied her.  W. Mather and   W. H. Reed   were  visitors at Nelson for a few days last  prfa������������     tfVrr.S^Ai   .������*������     .rk*J.*IS".������*.o      ���������*J*Cl      ***������-*****   resident,  the  end   coming  afternoon at the age of  wfcars tbe SrAtiet3  J. Kelly, Bob Marshall and Jim  Taylor have joined the crew working  on tbe fpovemsnents road  Kuskanook and Sanca Creek.  ������\.a(h-ear ���������<&*-������**  m*wv *m vv������>  Alice Siding as having its first taste  of winter, a cold spell setting in on  Monday night, and giving us a touch  of ten above zero on Wednesday  morning.  Dick and Jack Smith had a lucky  weekend with-the geese getting eight  between them during the outing, as  well as a quantity of ducks.  (jiBSTItn Usilfl Muip  OKO. H. KRLLY  Percy Coc!*!e of Album bra. Alberta,  is heare at present on aa visit with his  mother, Mrs. R Dal bom, and his  grandparents, Mr. und Mrs. J. B.  Rudd.  Ralph Clark is still another Wynn-  deiite to get back from Alberta, wheie  he has been helping with the harvest.  School inspector Capt. Manning  paid Wynndel school an offioiul visit  on Thursday and Friday last.  Mr. Pollard of Nelson was nv-bUBineas  visitor this week, looking over some  water lines.  Wynndel hunters were very fortunate la&t week. John Bathie brought  in two deer. Arnie Andestad baRged a  very (Ine gooa+e, and Oscar and Fred  Hagen brought in a Ano deer.  Whiat drive and dance in old school  house on Saturday evening, December  10th. Card a at 8 o'clock, with Udmlu-  sion of 60 cents to adults. Proceeds to  community Chriatmas tree funde.  Ai.glican Church service on Sunday  at 10.4&, with Sunday ecboul u half  hour earlier. Rev. 8. Newby will give  nn address on "The Bible in the  Sohool," on Instruction from the  diocesan authorities.  Wynndel Branch of the Wamen'e  AuxHlwa-y tmla of work iield ou Wed-  neiiday hint, waa quite a aaaccciw, the  intake running to nlmeat 070. The  compctitlone wore won by the following: Nail driving, Mrs. Matt. JJageta,  who aont the nail homo in two otaoke������.  Hand patntoe! cutahiou won by Mi������������  Severn, whoso guess wan closest to tho  sot value. Tbe bride doll w������������ won by  Mr������������. Q, lilndley, Creston, who gatetiBed  tlae correct name. Marguerite, ThQ)  whiat drive w������* poHtponed as a mark  of rewpect to 0. J, Wigen and fumSly,  i^eacn Kemoves  W. S* Watson  The hand of the grim reaper was  felt in Creston at the weekend, wbe������  death      claimed      William     Saddler  mm ������atv������7^'������^������   ���������**  respected  l������ up   Fi-iday  TA yeai'S.  Deceased was a native of Somerset-"  sshire, England, and early in life was  taken on the staff of the Birmingham  ^District and County Bank,. with  which he served for about ^ years.  In 1SG5 he -migrated to Caaada, and  for a few months waa resident at  Winnipeg, Manitoba, coming on to  Cranbrook, B.C., where he resided  until early in 1807, when he amoved to.  Eh-ickson for about two years, 'but  since 1009, baa been resident on his  ranch property adjoining the village.  Shortly after- coming to Creston the  late Mr. Watson waa appointed justice  of the peace, which commission he  held u"*4 to t-be time of bis deat-b-  . The funeral took place on Sunday  afternoon from Christ Church, Ores  ton9 and was in charge of Creston  Masonic LodgeB of wisfch deceased was  a member. The service at the church  waa' in charge of tbe rector, Bev. S.  Newby, who also read the short form  of burial at the grave, following which  the Masonic burial service was read  by W.Bro. H* Young, with six: past  masters of the lodge Major   Mallan-  Q������,n*B,      .^.   w3i,    upecra.    duuu     oiBUVU,  T. W. Bundy, C^. Hayes and W. R.  Long, officiating as pallbearers, with  a large turnout of friends and neighbors to pay a last tribute of respect.  Although deceased had been in  rather poor health for the past  feW. iff ������n.V;T������Ji&iA!e������rat������^ serisus.  {{tiences and bis passing? ������&mies as a  <tistanctshock to a very wide- circle of  friends, wbo very deeply sympathize  -wish the widow and fussily in .the loss'  of a devoted husband and father.  Deceased was married ie$ 2883 to  Enaily Taylor, who died in 180% and  was a few years later wedded to Annie  Elizabeth Taylor who, with his five  sons;���������Fred of Victoria, Henry of Vancouver, Percy H. of Ymir. and Reg.  and Stanley bf Creston���������survive him,  as well as nine grandchildren.  A silent tribute to the friennships of  the late Mr. Watson were the floral  sfemeiiabraneeia, which completely hid  t he casket, amongst those sending  flowers being Wife, Percy, Amy and  children; Beg., Stanley, wife and  children, Masonic Lodge, Miss Wade,  Mrs. H. Walters, 5!e. and Mrs. Bayer?,  Mr, and Mrs. F. H. Jackson, Mr. nnd  Mra. Jas. Cook, Mr.- and Mrs. Charles  Moore.  Trinity United Church Ladies'  Aid will hold their annual  Bazaar in  Trinity Church Basement  -: Dec 10  2 to 5.30 p.m.  At pleasing prices you will bo  able to purchase  Plain and Fancy  Needlework  Home Cooking  Candy  Rummage Sale  AFTERNOON TEA Kt������r������md  [EVERYBODY   WELCOME THE    KEVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.    C.  ^iiimimtmmm.iimiiiiiiiiim^^  **"*-*  S5 * ��������� ��������� *������������,  I   Canada's Gold mid. wk^ it nwamt^J^Mfy I  ���������VJ4.U t* to v* j*  5.  Never in-tlie- history   of   ay country   lias,, at  as tlaat of the, Canadian Mining Industry during the past few years.  rp������>,:'  such    pheii&tne3fui    growth-V,  Never before in the history of any'country or industry  have  such  unbelievably fJarge .profits  been returned to the individual investors. :    ^ y   -      .,.-.-  MoTe important  Still!   NEVER BfePdRE  HAS iHERE BEEN A SITUATION SUCH AS THIS  WHERE   :���������&    MAN    WITH    ONLY;    LIMITED CAPITAL,    MAY     INVEST .   W - :m6������EJtA.TE  A.MOIJNT WITH SUCH BXCEPTfONAL OPPORTUNITY   FOE LARGE  RETURNS  PROM   HIS  ���������INVESTMENT! y  There is no reason Cor not knowing -what is going on! Upon receiptofa.'.'.'letter or postal  xcard, the company named below will cheerfully furnish'reliable inforibatio'n ia amyoke hitevested  in learning full details of one of the most outstanding mining dcvelopmeaits of recent  . years in the entire North country.  at nas.  CANADIAN PACIFIC BUILDING  TORONTO, ONTARIO  B-IB������IS TtSU  :t3Wi2ilK.m������MliiUiiUmi^  rv  ii  ft    ������-* ^-k  -t **a a^ je. s, ii ;  \Vhatever misgivings the people of Canada have had regai'ding the build-  ins oi the Hudson Bay Railway and tbe creation of a worthwhile port on the  Buy are being- rapidly dissipated as week after week announcement is naade  o f-Vo'itditions and discoveries and new developments iu the vast area, to be  ypeaed and served by the now route.  in limes past pessimistic opinions were heltlVsind Tiewis expressed relative  to Canada's future and the doubtful success of aiiany Canadian enterprises,  't'iie prairie section of Canada -would never, according to oflieial reports to the  British Government, be iU for agricultural settlement. Later, the construction  er' (iio C.P.R. was described as tbe apex of folly,���������dt woaald not pay for axle  grease. Still later, it. was emphatically declared that wheat could net be  successfully grown west of Moose Jaw, There was a time when the idea of  Risking Montreal an ocean port was openly ridiculed, the world being asked  jo consider the impracticability of creating- an ocean port hundreds, ot" miles  I'roaa the sea up-it river frozen solid for many -months of the year.  But Western Canada has become the granary of the Empire, and has  made Canada ahe greatest wheat exporting- country in the world;  hundreds  Nitrosreti From the Air  ' Makes Good Publicity Agent  Recent     Speech      Made     By     Prince  Arouses   Interest   O*?   English  -' Busiraess Men  I--; The extraordinary effect of tlao  ^pco0 In^;prja,isc<tf Canada andjts.dp-  pvrtuuitlesx itrade recently by the  Prince of Wales ^before the Caatatla  Club. ita. London, is spreading all over  the'country. Immediately after the  ���������speech* Gartadia: Houseancltlie Cana-  d Ian Pacific offices in " London were  deluged with inquiries from business  anen anxious to secure; .further? in-  foaTnation aiid a,.flood, of, enquiries has  flowed;.-in front Bristol,? Liverpool and  Glasgow as well as from London.  '"-''There.'lias' been a rush of inquiries  froanfim.cn httet'estedi ih commerce and  industry who aire- planning to .go to  Canada to Investigate personally the  prospects, and also froan hundreds of  intending immigrants.   '"*���������       y ?       ;  Tho officials at Canada House express astonishment at the result of  the speech and regard the "Prince of  Wales as the finest publicity agent  that Canada has ever had.  of." millions of bushels-are'raised west of Moose Jaw: the C.P.R. is the greatest  transportation system under one management in-the^ world today;  Montreal  stands second only to New York as the  chief  port of the North American ^  continent. j  And now that    construction   of   the.    Hudson    Bay    Railway    fs    being'}  Scientists      Must      Decide      Whether  Atmosphere Will  Be Exhausted  Britain now leads the world in the  economic production of nitrogen from  the   air.   AVhejthci-u..--,">>"������   oait   take   too  much,  nitrogen  from  the air,  and be  faced with  the probleau    of    an    exhausted, atmosphere instead of ah exhausted soil is'it point which chemists  must decide. If it were humanly possible to disturb the balance, presumably  the oxygen would gain ground at expense of the nitrogen; and, since-oxygen is the incendiary and invigoraioE>  animal  life might blaze up  Into new  | phases of  tex-rific energy that    would  | keep pace with the . vegetation    that  had been stimulated by the extracted  nitrogen?  RR������-a*2 S*S tf*?    /V*ff*l   HB.Tt*%Sjr*.1������'������nM������^V.*aT-  iK!������! ^ !!!*  BrruBBsaa-W va as art]  t-'uergeticaliy  proeee&ed with, enthusiasm and businesslike methods having j Errors About This Trouble Into  replaced former lukewarmness and decisions based on guesswork, the old  opposition is dying away as step by step former fallacies and misconceptions  are removed. So great has been the prpga-ess made in this direction that all  political"-parties are outspoken In support of and pledged to the project,- thus  from tne iixe-ua. Oj_ par^izan controversy.  Drop of "Putnam's*  -���������Cores Stop  g  Isn't it wonderful ��������� Just a drop or  two of Putnam's on any sore corn and  out conies ail the pain.. After a few  applications the corn shrivels up,and  drops off. NO %ear, no pH'ih, no pinching from tight shoes anymore. You  can dance or walk in comfort. Be sure  you use only Putnam's Corn Extractor. Satisfaction guaranteed. Sold by  druggists everywhere? Refuse a sub-  stitute for Putnam's���������it's the best.  ���������>'':*,:V-;.V?.'Q,"V'"' 'k"'?.w*:f PpP't'P'i^z'.--.: '������'���������  Re cipes For This Week  (By Betty-Barclay*)  LEMON  SAUCE  if  ��������� _Bi|giii i.ii,    iitiL  I mil LL.U   Uf Lit  ��������� Irritation Caused Scratching.  -Healed by Cuticura^  "I had pimples all-year my f face  and-hands. The pimples were small   ������ A  auu  caused, jne ta? scratch. Scratching  caused eruptionsj| %$$% jfe^uld^nc-t  rest'-or sleep eithfef dary or'nigh't.^VV'  -���������* 'P"Used:js.eyer/alffeme.dieg.Svay^  ^af^elfcf.V'ii'^eid in 'c^ertiiittarneht  for Cuticura Soap and Ointment and  sent for a free sample. After using  it three days I got relief so.purchased more, aind within a month  I was completely healed." (Signed)  Miss Adelaide Thomas, 45 Hohner  Aye., Kitchener, Ont..,,j-.f yty. f?  Use.Cuticura Soap daily for the  toilet;r assisted by Cuticura '"Ointment when required, and have a  clear-, fresh compleixion? free from  pimpiesr and blackheads. 'y.:y~ ������������������;*<;  B������mpaB E������ai r������������������ t������������ MeU. AdA*aaa Canadian  IJepoti "Stenhoiu*, Ltd., MontreaJ." Price. Soap  2fic. O intrnsnt 25 and 60c. Talcum 2Ec  Cuticura Sbn.vinir Stick 25c.  :M.y...tf%.  'PI,  The railway has been completed to within approximately lot) miles of,  <''.lurch!!?!, and contracts have been let for this additional mileage. Work on1  the creation of an up-to-date, fully equipped poj*t has commenced. The con-  linaaoaas aerial survey of the straits now in progress has. already brought the  information, surprising to many doubting Thomases, .that both Bay and  Straits have remained free from ice for a much longer period than was  roianerly believed to he the case. .  Opponents of the r.ay project always contended that navigation would  he so perilotas, and, as a consequence, insurance* rates on boats and cargoes so  high as to he prohibitive, that no shipping company would, undertake to  vstubltsh a service on such a route. But already a responsible steamship  company has opened negotiations with the Government for the establishment  nl' a line of vessels operating in and out of Churchill, while insurance  authorities have announced that there is no reason why the rates of insurance to' bo charged should be unduly high or a deterrent to the success of the j  route. {  As if these things wero not    in    themselves    suHlclent.    to    justify    the j . talcing  .-���������xpetidlture on the road to the Bay, there comes official announcement of the i winiaui{.. Plnlc pn.-,Sf  completion of arraatgeaaaoaits between the Dominion Government, the Manitoba I influence of tho  Government, and the wealthy Whitney interests of Now York for the builGlng '  of ai branch lino of railway from The Pas on the II.B. line- to the Flan T?lon  mining area which will be a feeder to tho Hudson Bay Hallway aud provide an  ������:noa'anons and paying ta*aulc.  Tills contract further involves tho development of a ga*eat power plant .at  White Mud Falls near the Hudson Bay line, the construction of a proper transmission lino to the Flin Flon, and the establishment of great pulp malls, all  .t which will provide a hum'e volume of freight quite apart from the through  Which People Fall *  Many people so far.ihis\indet*siand  the digestive systein as to treat it  like a macihn'e; neglectialg it until it  wcrks sluggishly, then irritating it  into work again by t&e-use of purgatives. The stomach needs.help at all  i times, but a study of the process of  digestion will show that purgatives,  as commonly taken, are seldom necessary imd often harmful.  To safeguard your digestion the  diet must be controlled. Over-eating  is always harmful, but one must assimilate enough food to supply the  needs of the blood. Remember, the  blood has* to-carry nourishment to all  parts-of the body and find .fuel for its  energy. Hence when the blood becomes -weak and fail s to dc its work,  indigestion arises.',Therefore the sure  remedy for indigesfiou is to build: up  the blood. If you Vmfter from any  form of indigestion choose your diet  carefully and take -wholesome no*ur-  ishmeht.    Above all, stacrt building up  a fioui'se of Br.  Then under the  2 tablespoons butter.  3 tablespoons flour.  y2 teaspoon salt.  -A teaspoon paprika.  1% cups water or meat stock.  >3 tablespoons lemon juice.  1 tablespoon finely    chopped  ley.  Wiii-   Carry    Two , Persons    and    100  r,,. Pounds Of Baggage ?"  An entirely new type of civil aeroplane, costing only $3,000, is; being  ar.ade at Peterboro, Ont.; according to  Capt. Hr Pf Ayres, -who" was'in Ottawa  conferring with ofliciMs5 of the air  board.       :   ���������"-   ��������� ���������-������������������^.y-  y  Ca*)tain Ayres says the now'" craft  has been designed with a view to  solving^ the housing pl-Oblerh of machines and "providing ' a fool-prbof  plane -which the private individual can  operate with a niaxithttnl of safety.  The   new   ship   which   carries   two  persons  togethdi^'-avith iOO pounds  of  | baggrage,   has  a  craiising  capacity  of  ' se%;en hours and can maintain a speed  l of 110 .miles an hour.  pars-  Melt butter, add flour, salt and pap-  and wheii well .mixed add water  or meat stock. Bring to boiling point,  stirring constantly, add lemon, juice  and parsley ,"and serve.  wise anocners who know*the Virtues  of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  always have it at hand, because it  proves its value.  .Autcnraobiles In. Alberta  Another record l\as-'been established by Alberta in its autonxobilef'-'ilg-'  ure^ To ;feef"B^d^'foi?" Q.e.tober licenses  issuedVthis year were 70,300 fas compared with 64,129 for the whole of the  preceding year. ���������-.."  14  tralllc to and  froan  Church 111.  This  subsidiary  expenditure is estimated to  new ble^xi supply,  your digestive system will respond  aaaturally, your appetite Improve and  your food will do you good.. So begin  to improve your digestion by starling  to take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills now.  - You can get these" pills froan your  druggist-or by mail at. 50 cents a box  from The Dr. WiJliains' Medicine Co.,  Brockvillo, Ont.  ���������54  According to a survey made over a  rdjiciauo less a "sum than fifty to sixty millions of dollars, and lirovides for . lon}? reriod of ycaa-R by Rnropoan ax  ly struck by  ������������������xtenslvd n'orthern development which   could   not.   possibly   bo   aind or taken ��������� portRf poplar  wl'thcut the Hudson Bay Hallway. .  And it. In  confidently predicted that  this  Is .oaaly a beginning,  and tliat  with tho completion of tho "Hudson Bay Kailway, and tills new bi*a;ach line  feeder tn it. there will follow a new era of exploration and prospect ing that  -will result lu atncoverlng as yet unknown sources of ureal: mineral wealth.  Canada in th<r past has suffered tlao disadvantage of lucking depth  <���������oaii.mi.uiHUrule with its great breadth. Dovelapmtsiit to the north in the next  d*>cfuli* or two kIvoh rich proiuiso of   removing that disadvantage*..  trees are anost  lightning.  frequctat-  It is booth*sh inr a anan lo haw :iaa I  ulau  in life if he lias no aanmunitlonj  in liuck ii  np.  "Who  if  own  free  ol hervvlH*)  lh������������ fuaia who does <:>f h.ls  will, that which ho would  j-lionly ho I'.oimx.dled to do.  DEALERS  AND AGENTS  tor  nlll*  I/O  I IU ml vatod  oi  '������..-!.  Writ"  ������ "ii i s11r.i:>i<���������.  i "i.iiipli-l i-   f>������ l''<''l Ion  ttf.eiilt.-rn  ' ''   '        C.  C.'PAYETTE <fi. CO.  1'������0   tji.   Crslliurn.'.'   '">a.   West',   Motitrcnl  iimiI       I ;ii niinii U/i'.  l.'fU'tri,  f ...Wiillt  A.I   OKKKIt   TO  INVKNTOim.     Hfi.ND  Jin  ������.iii' frfitt ll������f of Itivnitlloiiit Win arid,  nnd   fr������<n   nrtvloi*.   Tiui  !|.-iira<i������-y  a'otn.  i.nnv    U'U)ir\fitUm*t  IVtont  AtlU(ii������,'>������,  -7J  Autos For tlie Army  Motor   Vehicles   IMiay  Take   the   Piece  Of Horsca In United Stateo  Army  Even Jn the aarauy old ilobhln may  lone eai-itc nnd tlie motor yr.dalclo taaUo  its place under thn plans of tho Unit  od SlsatoH War    Depai'tnuutt,    InHlruc-  tlonn havo horn issaaed for nn Inquiry  to clotfrr^ni'Jaai'i to what nxtoiit automotive poavov cuaa. bo substltaalod for anl-  mulfl iu anillinry  IrrinKporlnl Ion.  fU'-vcrnl polaatft are Iaa favor <vl' auio-  aaauttv������j transporlaitlon.    uccordaaig    to  ia-nay  ofllcaun,  esp^clivlly. lu  ovovfloan  Asthma Ovcreomo.,, The triumph  over asthma has ,'issitrodly coaaao. .Dr.  J. 1).���������-Kellogg's Asihaaaai ItDntody laas  pi-oved the most positivei blessing the  vietiati of jast liaaatitlc attacks has even  known. I'jOtteifH received l!roan f thoai-  sands wlio, havo tried!?'Jt-'f<iriai. a tesfl���������  ano'nial which leaves no rooaat for  doubt Unit hero is a.rea'l a'OJiiodr. <_lot  it today t'^tii your dealer.  CREOLE CAKE  lVs cups of prepared cake floux*, sifted.  3- teaspoons of baking, powder.  teaspooat of salt,  teaspoon of  cinnamon,  eggs-well beaten.        '-  cup of sugar. "  tablespoons of shorteailug, -xiteltod.  ounces of chocolate, melted.-  cup of milk.  Gradually, beat the sugar into tlae  oggs; aidd the molted shortening.and  and flour sifted, measured, and? sifted  again with the baking powder, salt  and cinnamon. Bailee in a pan 7 X H  inches,, atbout 45 er 50 minntes, in an  oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.  When, the,cake is cool cover 3t with  this frosting:  1*4 cup of confectioner's sugar which  has been sifted.  3 tablespoons of cocoa.  3,i cup of milk.  A scant half teaspoon of 'vanilla.  Mix the sugar and cocoa togethor,  thoat stir in the two Uatilds, mixing It  fall fhoa-oughly.  Curato���������Wilt Ihoii  ���������.havo    thin    wo-  main to--                 ,  i  y '' .'.,  Ilrlde���������-l'l.or<\   who  ravav you   calling  "this woananV"  '". ���������.'��������� '?��������� '*-'���������'   ���������. .  I aaaovdivioaatn. wlanre iinlmalu nro  i-.i.>v i.  it.,   CJUm-Wdu  TMJt tMKW PRKNOH nEMKI>V. N0.1  ������ .-i *>**������������������*.* Wf*W% *% *r%* m+%*\ift������ it  i.iu   M rii^itinr' i^i^Nn.)*  Ni>, ������ for niaf14������t<Cftt*rra-.   tiu.lt for lllooO *  Willi,l>l������i������i������������.a.   Ho.U*������.rClnr������.ii>QW/������vl.<i������������������i������������  I. ...i   l.)   <n*iima  L iii:uiii.n,  ur  i������i>iin  i.i.i.   ������������..na  Jai.'.'.llUi.������������������c������*������ri.C������.i'*������'������������������t(jt'������Ua.tA'.,.(..J.iH.au.J  ������*aal I. to neciaa'c  The  dim-  Htud.y will bo  made Ju i>r;w llcally ������*wr,v hrotir.-h of  11m urnay. It will 1)^ ������-.(MaaiiiouMurate  wilh i-iluallnr Invetitlnalloaat' Iaa other  aniah'fi, at in Indit-mcra,  W.    N  1710  Increase In Crime In the U.S.  Steadily    increasing    Nuaiabcr   Of   In-  Mates In  Prisons nnd  Rel"orrrrK:-  torlea  It is Indeod  a stid c������ntinarm(ary  on  cairroait eondlth;v.H  that   crime  iu  all  parts ol! tlao United States is growing  with stieh rapidity.    This sJtuatkm iia  I'olloctod Iii tho    a toad 11 y    iaaoroaslaag  niambor of InmatoH In pi-Jsons and vo-  Cormutoi'loH. In a rocaant survey by the  Unltod State ta Census bureau, covering  penal institutions In thirty-one Klatcfl,  It was foatnrt that botweoat :t!)2S and  1020 tlao number of prlsonoras conaanlt-  ted   from  the   eoairtH   lnaroasavl   2S.b  per ecutt.���������Thrift Magazine.  Find Bonnet 250 Yerara Old  An an clout bonnet of woven material "waio discovered by ���������workmen, who  wore cavrylnfir out repairs on tho roof  raftorfl ot St. .Yohn'a Church. I'orili.  How it camo to bo In Ua nti-nngo h.nX-  luff place lo p. mycitory. Tho bonne:.,  which ia ontlmated to bo 250 years  Old, ha In a badly n-ottoa ooiiditloii.  No mother In thia onllghtoood ubo  would 'glvo her "baby..admethlug Hhy  did riot know was "'perfectly haranlossy  especially whon a fow drops of plain  CaBtorla will right a baby's Hton.aach  and end ��������� almost any little ill. Frotlul*  ness and fever,,.too; It acoma no tlnio  until everything is sorono.  That's tho beauty of Castorla; IIa  gonl.lu lnflnunco aeonas just what Irt  neodod." It doeo all that castor oil  might' accomplish, without shock to.  tlao system. Without tho evil tusl.o. U*h  delicious! Belaig purely voganable.  you cfiaaa glvo it, as oftcm ns thnrn'is a  hIru of colic; conwUpatlonr dlan-hrn;  or nocd to aid sound,, natural ideal p.  ,iurit one waraalng; / tt> Ih, ���������, gOaaulian  Ploteher'B Castoi'Ia' thait 'physloluiis  rofiomnaoaad. Other pruparatloaafa may  he juiit a:a l'i*e(* from nil rloaablfail  dviipa, but. no child of this writer's in  going'to teBt. them! Ilotddos. the book  oat euro nnd feeallng of babies tluvt  comoj; with Flolchor'H Cuatorla; l\  worth 1I.m weight' In ghlfl.  B*0mm0am**mmm*mmmmmmmmammmimmmmmmm������minmmm  Children Cry for  MhujrcJ'u Llnlmeiat for Colda*  *  mum  rwatitiMiiifAaoii  mm  iwmwmmmmmmmii  m Hees  b;btvtew,  cHBSToisri  b.  a  fit  111A1'  <"Soncvii.��������� Soviet Russia has challenged tho entire world  to disarm.^,v,  The Russian delegation to the disarmament commission of the League  of Nations i-ilerod to destroy lier land,  tea aaid air forces, pro**, a tied other nations, would do the fame.  The stupendous proposal left the  other delegates bewildered and gasping for an answer, but with the "Impression that Russia had woven the  peace tabric of Europe. However, tbe  general impression, except possibly  among the Russians, is that total dis-  armnaiitnt is an idealistic dieaUx j'cr  the   presoaat   at    least.     Nevertheless,  against Slew Riding.-  Wa:  [ nnvvi  -i  J   *���������������*������.\-jjyIJ       ml/      vilw'.'^^l^V^  ���������_, Rive th<������ Soviet leaders full ca*edit for  their 11 adiaaess to wipe out armaments.  That the Russians themselves real-  use thoir i>lan to lay down all arms'anTd  '; uiuUo their naaanuactiarc impraciieablt*.  is too idealisue for tho pi'esent, at  least, was shown In the opinioai of  many by alio fact that they voiced  their willingness to negotiate in a  pieceaneal form for the reduction of  arana.nie.jTit: yifyytheir radical project  pioveu too revolutionary; and that  they? did? hot??insist   upon  immediate  , consideration in detail of their sweeping programme-     Such   consideration  ..was. adjourned until the nejet session  of the commission early in 192S.  i^rtherhtoreV^altlibugh' eohtehdiaig  that complete disarmament is the best  guarantee of security, the Russicins,  in a spirit of conciliation agreed to  sen il an observer to the special committee on security. It will tackle the  problem of how best to increase guarantees of security in' order that  the  ��������� -nations of the world may be more willing to cut down arma-mentis- when the'  iaitorhataohal  conference is convoked;  * probably some time next year.  Advised   To   Sub.*nit   To    Border  Immigration Law  Buffalo. N.Y.���������The first atlcsmpt of  an alien to fight the border immigration rulintr was lost when Judge  Hazel, in district court, dismissed an  application for a teanporary injunction  to restrain imanagration officers from*  onforciaag the ruling.   . '  -, Tho injunction was sought on. behalf of .James Kemp, of Niagara Fails,  OntarJo, who is owner of a business  establishment in Niagara Falls, N.Y.  . Judge Haazel, coaaamentiaig on the  action, advised Kemp to submit to arrest i'or illegal entry across the Niagara river aaid then to apply for a writ  of habaes coipus in order that his ac-  tioat .may be brought before the uis-  tract court.  The new immigration ruling which  became effectivo December I, provides  among other things, that Canadian na  tionals, who commute-to> this country,  must have A-isas aaad pay a head tax  of $25V ,   .                - ;    '- -  ���������*������   Exhibition Dates Set  Refused  Decorations  azing Bar?  Vxom  Agricultural College  Hon.  Martin     Gives     Ruling  m * ��������� ��������� \* w*,n ��������� ������VJ  C* ��������� ��������� mm I am. V*.  WHM RY  Toronto.���������Hazing or initiation practices at the Ontario Agricultural College, Gnelpla, have been banned -by  Hon. J. S. Martin, Minister of Agriculture. *  Tlie aiainister's action was prompted by the recent hazing of "Edward  Beddoes, young English student at  the institution who was ianpi-isoned  hi a pig crate and "auctioned" off in  front of a crowd in the streets of the  city a short time ago.  Mr. Martin .takes, the ground that  hazing is, in effect, little short of .mob  law in a mild form and states that  students who participate in any future  affairs of this kind* may be immediately expelled from the college.  '"/**. a*><VI.-  tost III tana-da's Amy  Announcement      Made      At      Annual  Session    Of    international  Association  Chicago.���������The Canadian National  Exhibition will be held at Toronto,  August 25 to' September S, next year,  according to an announcement made  by the International? Association of  Fairs and Exhibitions in annual session here.  '���������'"'" Other drites for Canadian exhibitions decided upon for associations  aflailiated with theinternatidnal association were announced as follows:  Calgary exhibition and stampede,  Calgary, July 9 to 14. y~  Central Canada .exhibition ,V( Ottawa), August 21 to i$-.:->'P-'*''.'~i..'.        '���������'--������������������ "���������>  Edmonton exhibition,, Edmonton,  July 16 to 21.    _'        ��������� "'_''���������; "'  British CoTua-hbia provincial exhibition. New "Westminster, B.C., Septembers to Bf"%      .,   f. ,       ??;���������: .... .yy'V '  Saskatchewan's provincialy exliibi-  ticn, Regina, July 30 to August 4.  COL. T.  E.  LAWRENCE  who lived with ,the Arabs with a  pa-ice on his head, organised them to  drive the Turks out of Syria dua-ing  tho war and made Emir Feisal king of  Irak, and then refused ihe decorations  offered to him by King George accord- s  Ing to recent disclosures. He is said'  to feel that tho Arabs didn't get a  square deal because they fought under  hian with the understanding that they  would be -allowed to keep ? Damascus  and Syria after the war.    yy"1  Denoiis riooCiS rimz lohcioiB  Casiialites Heavy In  u iu aiiie ae v olution  ��������� Expenditures        For        Year        Tota  $10,4-02,651   According To  Report  Ottawa.-;���������Militia services in Canada  . during" Yhe' year   1D2G-27 "necessitated  ���������expenditures ��������� totalling   $10,40.2,G51   ac-  -* cording   to   the   annual  report   of  the  ^Department of National Defence. This  figure does .not include    ?80&,154    lor,  genoa-al "air "service's. In the-year 3917-  - IS  tlie  grand  total of militia, service;  - expenditures was ?320,7-H;276 and fear  the next two yeaa-s the expenditures  were in excess of ?300,000,OGO.    , . V  Flying operations by the Hoyal  Canadian Air Force during the year  .showed, a total- af 5,221). hours of flying  time, covering service flying, forest  protection, aerial photoga*aphy and  'i'ashory protection.  * The active militia strength  March 31, 1027, was placed at"  ranks, other than commissioned ofti  r-'ors.  i WW ������. 1 RH .-JL���������-������s.������  on  3.1S9  Law Serves Its Purpose  Sacratneratc,���������Tho new state law requiring  a  three-day   notice   before   a  anara-iage license can be Issued has re-  -'aluccdi the number of marriages in  California by 20 por cent.  During the  ���������first month it was in- effect, tho regulation brought a decrease of !������00, indi-  oating that many elopements laud been  frustrated.������  Guiwii Burglars  Leave     No    Money    In    Stoj'e    After  * ,-:. ,-,.........   V Closing, Houns  y  ; Montreal:���������Thieves operating iai  Montreal y have, .f for the past Vfew=  mdhths^. apparently 'acquired a penchant towards repeating their ex-  fploits .in the^same. establishanents. But  ;the harassed shopkeepers *- have arranged in their own way means of  mjiking the work of the maratiders as  unremunerative as possible.    ? :  Over last week-end thieves entered  a branch of a chain grocery 'Company  and carried the safe away. That was  their fourth visit in two months. Tho  management, howevei*, had one of the  employees carry tlio ltaoaaey home, so  that the strong-armed men received  nothing but a lot of trouble for their  pains. ..On'-the previous throe visits tlie  vofcbers secured $500 and. three safes;  Has Cost 5,000 Lives In Three Fvtonths  '.. Says  Report |y  New York.���������Suppression of a revolt in the; ?LFkraine ������tt afcosty,o������ 5,000  lives *;diia*ing tlji-ee? months of bitter  fighting, is ifepoafted ih a fspecial copyrighted despatch^ from Kishnieff, Bessarabia, tothe New York Times. -  -.-'.:.':The������ despatch telling, of. massacr^  and street clashes in towns along the  Dneister, which forms the , Russian-  Reumanisin bptiaidat-yy liiie,Vcohnrms an  large measure recent despatches ?tp  the AssociatedVpress from Bucharest  citing an account of fighting in the  Ukraine reported" by the _ Roumanian  newspaper Bimineata. r-     g|;  Soviet rcinforcenients, which hai!e  arrived in the Uka*aine in the past two  weeks turned the tide of the revolutionary ;niovement and after a seriess  of" clashes in -various, towns? the revolt  wasyci*ushed ont In a bloody disaster  fear ;the Revolutionaries.  Soviet officials have made denial Of  any extensive revolt iu the Ukraine,  specifically denying any fighting-at  Kamenctz-Podolsk, but the sound 'pi  prolonged firing beyond the TJkranian  Kills can' be heard, daily from the "Roumanian sido of tho frontier, the despatch says.  People In Low Lying Couhtry Forced  To Leave Homes  London.���������^Serious floods in many  'daces, especial!"- in the low country  j to the West of London, followed 'a.  \ heavy 24-hour aiainfall which accoan-  I panied a black fog oyer the- city. The  | rainfall exceeded half of the average  for the whole of Noveanber.  y.-. The ^little.,- riyerv. Brent burst v4ts  bangs, Hooding scores of -.houses ,/nea.i  Greenfprci. fPolice eiiteredthe? dis3trict  quickly to awaken the inhabitants,  who bad to leave their beds hastily to;  save what they could.  : Miles of ..'the dastric^ were under water, and the roads were impassable.  The local electric plants were flooded,  cutting off light and increasing the  difficulties of the= area.  Eng;  Wiil   Examine  lirnmigrants From  land Before They S������all  . X;ondon.���������Twenty doctors from Canada fhave arrived here for,, the inspection of potential migrants frpnt this  side of the Atlantic to the, Dominion  under the pre-embarkationraedical examination scheme which : lias been  placed, in operation by the, Canadian  department of public health.    ,;,:...  It is hoped that by, testing the fitness .of prospective immigrants :befol*e  they sail, the possibility of -their? rejection on arri%*al in Canada wrill be  .practically eliminated.. ;  "Chicago.���������Canada retained the oats  sweepstakes for the best oats grown  ou the North Am er clan continent  through Herman Trelle, Wembly, Alberta, at .the International Grain and  Hay Show, .here, Ij. E. Patterson, "Victor, Montana, taking the receive  championship.  Mr. Trelle kept fhe oat crown which  lie won in 1926 with a fine sampb? oi"  Victory oats weighing 49.6 pouaids lo  tlie bushel, United States meastire.  Canada has won the oats champion-  shiij sis times, and Montana tw-ce.  By winning today the Cp-Qfclis'n exhibitor stopped Mr. Peterson fi om  talcing the trophy as his own property  i'or a third win. Next year Mr. Trelle  wiU have an opportunity of lifting the-  trophy.  All the winning seed grain samples  are   placed   in   a   gold   painted   glass  ed boxes. The blue ribbons denoting  championship taken by the exhibit  are laid on top of the grain. Above the  glass is a big map with golden crowns  showing that the field' peas.1 etiahVplon-  ship went to Saskatchewan and the  oats; sweepstakes; to Alberta. ���������.-,  George Avery, Kelso, the only Saskatchewan entry in early oats, was  the''.'first Canadian exhibitor, . taking  tenth prize. X.. E. Peterson," Victor,  Montana; won arid Maurice '31.arcombe,  Birtle, , Man.; was eleventh and. Sahi-  uel Xiarconibe, Birtle, Man., fourteenth.  uelXarcombe .Bii'tle, Man.,.fourteenth;.  )gmn  re  World's Chess Chaimpipn  Buenos Ah*es.���������^Alexander Alekhine,  Kussian chess-master, Avoir the world's  chess CTiamfpionship when Jo'se R.  Capablanca, the title-holder since  102.1, resigned the thirty-fourth ganie  of the series without resuming play,  adjourned after SI moves. The score  was six ' to: three    victories-  drawn games did not count.  The    25  Reproduce Royal Christmas Cards  Bondon. ��������� Itepvoductlon'ii of iho  Christmas cards prepare*! for tho  Itoyal Uoiisoholdii by a Ixmdon 11 rm  iva-e agaiia to be available (his year to  the anombeis of the public by pnrmis-  r-.hm.of iho King and Queen, tho  Prince of W'aleta,-Prhacorau Mary and  the l>ul;e aud  l>ue"hc().s ot Vorlc.  Jewelry Found In Cello  Bari'le, Oa^.- --Stolon ,l.������wela*y lias  boon located. Jildtloat in the colls ait  tlao county jail 'occupied by Fred Fryer aand Poanilw Borkln, who woa*o sou-  fenced lo two ynnj-n ff>r thn thrift of  ncvcrul rlng.a, Tim men hnd refused  to tell lhe whereabouts of thn inisHirig  rlngr-.  Must Pny License Fee  Moose .law. - - Ih'. Jl. Staaadfortia  ���������Claunch, San Francl.ico, will havo to  pay a irauslont tradors' licenHe foe ao  wording to a doclHion reached hy city  council here. The doc|oi.- lu ������Jvlng a  rau'i-icii of ltJcUaroH \n thia cily on mat-  lore pertaining to health,  ���������littaii>.iaw'iaiiiriiriii'ii������fniir'''ir- ��������� r*"aa���������i-^-^-^^--^"^-^^*'--*---''^**^-^^  .���������������������������������������������wn.wiw .^  " w." '"M."  if. " J710    "'" -'" '"  Changes In British  Cabinet Inevitable  Runior. Is Causing Much Speculating  By London Newspapea's  ���������London.���������-;A cabinet shaafMe is inevitable early In the coming year and al-  rotuly'* newspapern are specaalatiug on  tlao changes. It appears probable that  Cunliffe Ijlstci*, Mr. Brldgemaia, first  lord of the.Admiralty, and Col. Ashley  will bo elevated to tho House of  Lords, and that thoir position in the  cabinet will bo filled by .younger men.  Progi-ossivo members ol* tho Con*  serS-atlvo party are maleiugv rlemancla  for better ropi'ccentatlon in tho gov-  ernmont, and are very mucli" dilsc-atls*  fled with tho prosont administration.  Thin feeling is resulting in counidcr*  able disunity within lhe party, which  must bo unified bnfnro the next election looms! in filght.  Han Approved Ajrccncnt  Ottawa.---"The Government has approved by order-ln-cownoll tho np.rflo-  niont between tlao Canadian National  Itaihvnyu and tho City of Vancouver,"  announced Hon. 0. A. Dunning. Mln-  lutor of HaJlwaiyfl and Canals. Ono ol  tho provlsloivH In tho agreement cuIIh  for the bnlldlnrf** of n nr-w ltn1r>l fn Vn-,v  couver at a future daito.  ���������M  f-.t  Will' Mske Study 6r Continent Near  South Pole  -London. ���������- A party- of Norwegian  scientists and explorers have left Norway for Cape Town, whence they will  start on board the Antarctic steamer  Ndrwegia to explore the South Antarctic? continent. They?-will explore from  Saderby Land, round the continent to  the 120th degree West, following the  route of the Bellingshausen expedition  Of.-'1821..'7 V '���������;"'.. \ ������������������%'���������' f '��������� .':....':'S'  Afterwards they will go to Vtlie  South Shetland. Islands to study." the  flora and fauna. The scientific leader  of the expedition will be Professor  Hpltedahl and the, captain of the Kor-  wegia will be Captain iiornvedt.  ���������] Several naturalists will be included  in the company.  Would Abandon His Title  .   V1* -. - .      ;  Japanese Prince HoSds Himself Rcs-  . y ponslble For Bank Failure  Tokio. ��������� Priuco Iwao Matsukata,  holding, him self responsible for tho  failure of the . fifteenth bank, called  the Peers Bank, because its stockholders and directors numbered most  of the Japanese peerage, has requested peranission to abandon the title.  The Prince, who was managing director of the bank, has decided, to sv.'ll  his remaining property, donating the  proceods to tho settlement of the  bank's affairs. The Pi-lnco, who was a  multi-millionaire before the bank's  failure last April, is now living iai :i  small house oai the outskirts of Tokio.  A Ten Thousand Dollar Two-Year Old  Tlio international aspect of .the  Uoyal Winter Pair at Toronto waB  emphasized, strongly this year by tho  exhibition of a largo shipment of  champion stallions ��������� from iii ti gland,  Scotland. Franco and Belgium. The  horses, Including Clydesdale:?. IVrch-  eroaiH. StifPolka and Bolglnma, were  brought to Canada In October by W.  J. McCalhun, of Brampton, Ontario,  aaad Jlteghaa, Sasalt. The ahlpnietit .arrived oai board tho Canadian Paotftc  rrolghtora Bollngbrolco and Boa worth,  aaid represented what lm, considered  tho flnosit asfilgnment. of homes over  to cross the Atlantic.  A notable HtalUon with Iho group  is "Lord W'illinKilow," photographed  nhmo a. ClydeHalaln champion many  tlmen over aaul <jen������ldoj*ed oaao of tlae  flftcst ovor bred over-seas. While the  alilpmont proper, including over 200  horses, will bo wold by Mr. McCailluna  thi-oughoiit tho west thia winter, "Lord'  Willingdon" will be taken, back to  Scotland, by tho owner to bo used for  brooding purposes**.    Thia   liorno  Vancouver lo Recommended  Vancouver.--Olllclals of tho Imperial Aeronautical Association of Japan  have bectt caibled by V. lYliawa, air attache of tho Japaneao oanbassy at  Washington, rocommemllaag Vancouver as tho terminus of tlao Japan-Pu-  clftc flight which will bo attempted  next year.  purclaaned by Mr. ArcCalhtm ae a price  exceeding $10,000. It was the only  two-ycar-oki winning doiiblo uhaan*  plonohlps In Scotland this yoaa*. bclne  ulaaaupioai at the Jloyal Sho%\'. Newport, Wales, and champion at tho K11-  mornoclt Shew.  Mi*. McCallnm's optlmlsni for ihe  ho"a*s������������ Indufltry in Canada hart proanpt-  od hlna to apontl about four anon this  onch year touring tho four countrleai  tnentloncd and making n poa-flonal ho  loctloai of Iho. stallions available for  export.  Shipplna  Milk To Orient  Callejo. Cal.���������Aauoricaias    living    \n  tho Orient pbon will have fresh snlllc  from  contented  cows.    A dairy  cont-  v*'nfllpaiiy h<sro Is sahlpplng several hundred  gulloais of milk to Shanghai an*".  Slngapoi-o, nsiatR the saano methoda of  refrigeration employed by fruit exporters.  Large Ornnno Shlpi:nent  Vancouver.-���������Importatloiv of .Tapan-  oho oriinRoa through Vaticouvor Hutched a new high mark when three steam-  or������ arrived froaai the Orleaat a*ec<m*ly  carrying a totad of l>00,000 bovma for  diHti-ibuLkui In Jlrltlsh Columbia and  rv/������ry   o1>>ap>   provlnfn   Iaa   thn   llrnnilik-  lon. ���������WHB"**  MMlUkU-iMA'KltWtfl^Jdt^Vt^V^att^  ;?;fV?.fy::yf;:?^V?-.. .  THE?CKESiow  JUS VIEW  THE GRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Careston, B.C.  Subscription ; $2.50 a year in advance.  ������3.06 to U.S. points.  O. F. EATE8, Editor and Owner.  ORESTON.   B.C.. FRIDAY. DEC.   8  Are We Downhearted? Nol  The Review cannot understand  why ftHv dis ppointment is manifest with the recent decision of the  International Joiut Wa erways  Commission in the application of  Crestoa Reclamation Company,  Limited, for a permit to proceed  with the dyking of the company  lands ota Kootenay Flats.  To us it would seem that too  much importance is being attached  xo the request of tlae secretary of  state at Washington for a year's  delay in order that bis department  may have ample time to study the  effects of the proposed works on  present and prospective developments across the line.  While it is true that a delay of  twelve months has been asked for,  it must not be assumed that any  such request is to have serious consideration.  The mere fact that the  commission   adjourned   without  setting a  date for re assembling would   indicate  they  had no such thought in  mind, and to those who heard their  official statements prior to consent  ing; to adjoisn-msent it is abundant  ly clear that the American commissioners in particular, as well as the  Canadians, are thoroughly con vine  ed that on the evidence  submitted  there  ie  no   reason   whatever   for  delaying decision and that- there is  no  intention   on   the   part  of   the  commissioners to give the secretary  of   state   more   than   a  reasonable  length of time to argue   his   ob^eo-1 inS  tions���������if it is found, after the   offi  to the assistance of the Company  at that time, but no positive  guarantee in this connection can be  given. This information is submitted at this time so there can be no  iBaisaisderatatsdirBg ss to tho status  of those who signed tap a year ago  and who may or may not wish to  carry out their previous good in  tentions.  Never   in   the    score   of    years  drair acrye has been before the public  &   -���������     anu  JJCSts   line  UlOUt-IVsU   UerDll   BU   IIC01UJ(  so unanimously alive to the fact  that reclamation is vitally essential  fco the well rounded development <Jf  village and country alike, and the  Review has no hesitation in saying  that notwithstanding the seeming  rever: e the Waterways Commission  sitting has? afforded, the check is  only a temporary one, and that  1928 will be the -correct answer to  fche many-year*old       question,  "Wheit   will   Kootenay   Flats   be  reclairrsed ?"  Imperial Bank's  Splendid Report  General Manager Reviews Bank  Year at Annual Meeting���������  Profits up $120,000.00  The annuai statements of o������r  chartered Banks may be accepted as a  true index of business conditions  v-hach have prevailed in the coaintry  over (the previous IS -months. "We  have learned that Canadian bankers  in tbeir annual addresses to the  shareholders generally paint a fairly  dependable picture of the coanang year  and so give those interested in business enterprises a. course that can,  ���������with judgment, be safely followed.  Tho address of Sir James   Wood8*  Vice President of the   Imperial   Bank  of Canada, at tlie 53rd   Annual  Meeting   of   shareholders   was    noted    an  I several particulars.    He covered   in a  very specific way the opemtions of th*"  cial reads the evidence taken, that J agriculturist and of the developments  he is not prepared to withdraw hie   produced      in":" mining,    waterpoWer  At the latest we would say a  decision���������and s favorable one���������  will be handed down not later than  early April, when tha Waterways  Commission has a statutory sitting  at Washington, at which it will be  very convenient for the secretary  of state to appear  And while a decision, say in  early January, might permit the  Reclamation Company to get on  with dyking, and get some of its  laud ready for cropping in 1928,  the official international license to  construct the works coming any  time before midsummer will "not  have caused any undue delay as at  this late date no one seriously expected dyking to start until after  the high water period at the end of  July.  Perhaps   the  best assurance the  community can have that the project   will   be proceeded with at no  late date is furnished by eharehold  ers  of  the   Reclamation Company  who' at   the   annual   meeting  on  Monday night elected the old board  of directors and  subsoribed   generously to a new issue of stock whioh  will   give    the    management    the  funds needed to  successfully   complete a work which has  developed  during the past twelve months to a  point where the date for  throwing  up   the  ft.-3t  yard   of dyko  might  have been announced had   not  the  U.S. secretary  of state   come forward with his last minute   request  for delay.  A little over a year ago, when  there was prospect of the Campany  developing its areai on the small  unit basis residents subscribed Cor  the purchase of about 1000 acres nt  a very attractive price and on liberal terms. AU obligation to btiy  and sell lnairl lander that proponed  aigreement expired at May, 1027.  ita any now arratigemout to bo  made for dyking endeavor will be  inaclu to protect all theme who came  mining,  and Ik a. number of domestic Indus  tries, together with interesting statistics on Canada's foreign trade and its  future possibilities. It was evident  throughout that Sir James Tins given  careful study to the course of Canada's  development during the isitt twelve or  fifteen years, and has every confidence  in the gieater development which will  take place within the next-.* twelve  years.  The address contnined r-uich a  volume of interesting and informative  material that it shoaild be carefully  read by every business man within  Canada. Indeed, its circaalataoai in si  wider Held would be of the greatest  benefit to the country.  Following the vice-president, the  general manager. Mr. A. E. Phipps,  reviewed the bank's statements which,  it is of moment to say, as the best  statement in the bank's history.'  During the year, the total assets  grew frona, in round figures $132,000  to $189,000; deposits from $100,000,000  to 8109,000,000; liquid assets from  $09,000,000 to over $70,000,000 and pro.  fits from $1,2(55.000 to $1,383,000.  Referring to the liquidity of the  bank's position, Mr. Phipps said:  '���������Turning to the asset side of the  statement during the year a system  waa put into effect whereby the statements for all clearing houses are made  daily in one omoaint in Montreal.  Thia will probably enable tho bunks  as a whole to carry leas of the reserves  in actual cash in tbe future, but up to  the present we have amide httle  change in our policy. Specie, Dominion notes ancl foreign cura*ency on  hand amount lo SI 1,575,5S1, practicnlly  the aaame amount as hint year. When  we odd to this the deposit in gold  central reserves, cheques on other  hanks, balances due by other banks In  Canada, the total cash amoainto to  upwriurtW of $28,000,000, or $1,000,0000  over IiihI year, and equalta 22.02 per  cent, of tho bank's liabilities to the  public,  Tbe staff received an encouraging  word frona the Genera. Manager when  he Haul: "The utaff consists of lft04  ofllcers. fThe growth of the bank  necessitates n. consequently growing  number of empioyeeu. Tiae ataftv ilur-  h.tf the your bw1, if Matything, \mi<u  more efficient than ever, anal I have  much pleasua'C In again teutlfyiaag to  their loyaalty".;  Mr. Phipps closed his ronmrks with  tho follow! nm; reference to tax reduc-  tioue:"( am happy to be aihle to record  that dtaring the year there was aa  aUght reduction In Income tax, and  that what were ileetaied lataEtmiee  tiascefa particnhtrly the Stamp .tastr,  wertt t������iHH������raCH>n������i).������u-������. nv very oohhumii**-  afoly- ameliorata'al, and I am glad to  i.iutu! nay iutkianwleilgaaatrnt to the  llnrtnce minister."  QUALITY IB NEVER AN AGCfiS  'sXMT  rvi  The QUA1-ITY, of the merchandise we Scatrs^ifi-*  the very finest that can be had.:.- Our stock'of  V--#.'Lj ..���������  JQL '   T|J^SS^^Bfflk������       .cB^L mmM*m\mM*W  lias? :^rilr���������|d and is certainly of exceptional Quality  Seedless Muscats, plsg........  zm ....  f    :' :4;?lfe...a������.  Muscat, Fufted, pkg. ..:....  Imported Currants, lb.......  *.  a  a  tt  20e  85c  65c  20c  20c  ii  Sunmaid Prunes, 2 lb. pkg   ....:. 35c  Blue Ribbon Peaches, 2 lb. pkg.  60c  fcS Figs, 3 lb. pkg... ...  Dromedary Dates, pkg...   Glaced Cherries, pkg ... ................  25c  40c  r-UCtW?  r  *.uCilLd������?~  Citron, Orange and Lemon  Shelled Walnuts and Almonds  ���������������������������������������������%���������.���������  Buy yonr Christmas Oroceries from oar stock  and nave yonr order delivered to your home.  Dry Seeds  Groceries  tie s������iiiii������^  and thus have the advantage of better  laisins, Currants. Fkrs. Peels. Dates Nuts, now in stock  "We carry only the very best.  For your Cake and Puddings: Suojsiaid Raisins, Seed-    |  ed and Seedless Raisins, Finest Australian Currants,  Kieller's    Dundee    Citron,  Lemon    and    Orange  Candied Peel, Fresh Figs and Dates.  ������������ri>M>  Strictly  Extracts and Spices  Best Domoico Molasses and Cooking Syrups.  Our prices are right.  Try  a half-pound package  of Baker's  Cocoanut at  20 cents, and get a tin   of  Southern Style free.  CRESTON MERCANTILE &  LIM TED  BRITISH' OOLUIWEBIA.  The' Mineral Province of Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  HaB produced Minerale>asi follows:    Placer Gold!, $7R,018,948;      Lode Gold, $126,972,318,  Silver, $80,787,003;    Lead, $106,976,442;    Copper $209,967,008;     Zinc, 050,512,557;     Qoal  and Coke, $264,699,133; Straiotural Materials and Miscellaneous Mlnorata, $50,175^407; making its mineral produntion to the* ond of 1925 show nn  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  Production \ year ending December, 1926, $67,188,842  Tho Mining: Laws oP this Province aro more liberal aitd tlio foea lower than thoeo of  any other Province in the Dominion,-or any colony in tho British Empire,  Minora! looattions nro tgr-uaatecl to <litioavGf������-i'fi for nominal tern.  Absolute Titles are obtained by dovclopanR auoh prop^rtioa, the nconritiy of whioh ia  guaranteed by Crown grants. .        .     , .   .  Fnll information, togothor with Mining licp^rts aud Miaps, may be olataiuou (JtvaUia hy  ftddroaainK���������  -THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  N.B,���������Pa.ua tinrtlly all Bvlttau OcUaaa.bla Mineral Propoptlos aapon whlcla dovelopiYionfc work has been done  ua-tt tlottrst'lbcd In some ono oC the Aianaaal Itopotts of tho Maniaatca* of Minew.   TIjoho oonHldortnfa; mtnUnK  laivoHtwaotitH vhoultl i-^ffor to waacU ta*a-poa*fcH.   Thoy aro avallaible with ont oharfp-o on atppllc-utlon to tho Oo-  linvtanacnb o  Minos. Vktorha.. B.O.    Reports of tho Geological Survey ot Oaniulrt. Winch BaalleUnff, "Van-  CiMVC;, .ii'i- iCCti.Dl.IVlcnif'll'S^ fl"" tTRhash'ln ������nnrr������*t* rsj fnfntrnsaiHiJ.Ian.  Kopoa-ts covet'lnu each of tlao filSx Mlrloriil 9iarv������������y DlHtricl,������ aro publlnhed Hi'prtrikfcoly, and aro avail  abl������ on Application.  ,.;;ji:^^^l.-'.Li.^KJ^.'i;ll''i. XHB  0BES5?������������   BBTTOW  mm m cm&m's agbkbudiuul  USIilAL DEVELOPKRI  i  MEWS OF mmmvo  |;ics=Presideat and Genera! Manager Imperial Bank  I'     of Canada Discuss the Prospects oi Easiness  H\% . iwitli Confidence  r^TEMEfflr PRESENTED TO 53rd ANNUAL MEETING  L OF SHAREHOLDERS���������BEST IN BANK'S HISTORY  gklpr Jarncs Woods,-theVice-President, in  m\ temporary- absence of Mr. Peleg How-  lifeds who is taking a'������������������ well-earned test;  Ktfitcssang. the shareholders, said ih part:  rf^jEvidence. of  the  general growth  and  r-.A'fspr-rity, of Canada may be observed  ytlail sides.   In 19*14 fire insurance policies  m. -tent ib Canada amounted to less than  BSfee billion dollass, while to-day they ?ex-  lilfed nine biLliqn dollars. Even after aUow-  S*is. for differences invalues it is plain  mmfi.% our physical assets havedaubled "sines j Sag "as follows  fm^t  r������m^^i������ra������Ktu v,v?fE^ ^lUble increase in its business, but its earn-  l^.<^^ ^^ have been greSter than  "jin any former year, certainly since I became General Manager,,  g Liquid Position  are full of thralls aaa romasce, but really  ,o*or era of expansion commenced only  about twelve years ago, and it is difficult  to find a real Canadian who is not convinced that the happenings of the past  twelve years will be dwarfed by the miracles the coming twelve years have ia-  store; '..:������������������  General Manager's Address  Mr. A. B. Phipps addressed the meet*  A ladies' Orange Lodge has muBt  been organized &"& xfojKu&s&y-y  Fernie sohool board has engaged  a school aurse for nest1 y������ar.  In the. Yahk district deer are so  plentiful that the Cranbrook Courier has. already heard of two of  these aniznals being ram over hy  freight trains.  vs   In  x: retse*.  JS.  the  loose srsQ-s^  bw  The lisdge says Green wood, winter haa eat ia a monta/earUe;*-, than  in 1926. ,      '""x      ^  The night classes reeentlystarted  at Fernie public sohool are being  well attended. %' '-'     ^\  251 telephones are now in nse ai  Kossland. This .is a gain of 27  since the "first of the year...  Kimberieyboard of trade is waging a campaign against the building of other than  briok  chimneys.  Kimberley curling club has just  elected ne^ oSssers. It closed last  season with a cash surplus of-$5.67.  a-waiae  floundering  the roadside was easily killed .and  brought in to town by a tourist  .one day last- wesk-  Uos8iaiiu had a 21-inch snowfall  in less than 48 hours last week,  and the oldest old tinier snys it  breaks all known records for* snowing in that section.  Kaslo youngsters are to have the  usaial Christmas community treat.  Col. Aruristead of New York has  just sent a substantial cheque to  help defray expenses.  !Last ���������srsek the White J^ine lumber Company shipped f ram ISakusp  a record car/ pi' lumber. It hfcld  52,734 feet of pine Scoring, and  was valued at 1B24Q0.  /  Kakusp has' a Potato Club���������a  newly- created ���������organisation that is  endeavoring to stabilize the marketing of the spud croo at .the,  upper end of fche Arrow Lakes.  Trust and Loan Companies have in-  leased from $1,026,299,CXX)  in 1914. to  pi������019,804,000 in 1927. Ia 3.914 Canadian  ^Ijzens owned no Government securities;  ���������fc'^'day a large ^remtage of Dominion  ������id  Proarincial  Governstaent bonds  are  f-ld by our s'sysi'r>e������'i������fe?  farmers in Good Position  A provisional statement oi the yield of  i,.'ain crops in Canada released by   the  ^'ominaoa Bureau of Statistics on the Hthl  jttSt., gives: .Wheat, as 444,000,000 bushels,  gainst 409,000,000 baishels for 1926; oats,  52.O0O30C������ baashels,   against   383,000/300  or 1926; flaxseed shows a falling oe ox  jSbout 20 pes cent., fshile theyyyfeld of  ftther grains is approximately the same as  or last year.. Althoaagh the acreage so-wsi  fjis year-was '40,418,897 acres, as against  0^48,013 in 1926, the yield per acre was  .reater,  wheat averaging  19.03   bushels  ?>er acre in 1927, against 17.8 baishels ha  .926;  oats, 342, sgaiaast 30.1; and rye,  ������.6, against 16.1 in 1926. Four good crops  n succession have put the farmers   of  ada in an excellent position,  Althoxogh field crops are the backbone  ii agriculture, there are surprising returns  ?r$m the minor pursuits.   Take poultry  'ainiatrigj^for example, the production  of  i^g3?-sa Canada last year amounted  ?2S/Xt10/XX> dozen. .?: V.Vy  ''Maple products contributed $7,000,000  to our national-wealth; honey, $5,000,000;  P tobacco, -$10,000,000; and the blueberry,  ������ which grows -wild, swelled our last yeart  exports by $333,000; ThevhothoaaseVhs-  dustry sho-ws % revenue of ^4^00^500. The  demand for Canada's pure, seeds continues  to growj and is. practically world-wide,  and the -work of our Governments along  these lines is -reflected in the excellence of  ova own crops  Farm aAisuals   rasu third Irs ������sder ot'  imporlaaca- aaasong   cur. farm products,  field crops coming -first, dairy products  second.  Trade Statuses  This year the Gcverrarcenft of Canada  provided $100,000 to cover the cost of a  trade study of the British market.  This  seems to be very timely, for, while Britain is otar best customs, the demand for  '���������-our products from year to year has been  very erratic   In 1920 we supplied 27 per  cent, of the bracon imported by Britain,  as against It per cent, in 1926.   Sicoilarly,  our share in the egg market fell from 11.4  per-cent, of British imports in 1920 to .7  per cent, an 1926;  In 1914 we supplied 48  per cent..of the cheese, in 1920 41 per  cent., and in 1926 3S per cent.   If the  studies undertaken show how to hold our,  markets and gradually increase our share,  tlae money-will have been well spent. Exports of Canadian tobacco to Britain have  increased 700 per cent, during the last four  years as a result of the preferential-trade  agreement.   This is reflected In the. rapid  1  extension of tobacco farming in Western  1 Ontario.     **  Fuel and Water Power  In Central Canada, where most of our  factories fare located, -we have no coal  fields.. For some. years the Governments |  of Canada; have given serious attention to  the possibility of making the coal of Nova  Scotia and Alberta available for the parts  of Ontario and Quebec which arti. now  dependent on imported coal.1 The advantage to Canadian finance, to the coalmining Industry and to the railways of  Canada, of success ira this undertaking,  would b* so great that the project should  be very fully colored.    Canada has a  most encouraging record, with a development of 4,290,000 horsepower, -as compared wtth 12,000,000 horsepower in the  United States, which has more than twelve  Uancs our population.    The   Falls and  Rapids which baffled our forefathers by  obstructing free traffic on the waters, contain a wealth of which   they   did not  dream.   9  Our Mineral Wealth  In 1926 the production of the Canadian  mines was valued at over $240,000,000, jas  compared with $86,000,000 in 1907, and  $226,000,000 in 192J>., Though the Increased value of 1926 over 1925 is only  about * per cent., the Increase In the  quantity produced Is much greater.. This  is due to the lower average prices prevailing in. 1926 for silver, copper, lead and  ruic.  With the exploitation of the established  The total assets approximate $139,000,-  000, the growth being some $7,000,000, or  at the rate of* over $500,000 a month. The  profits, which arc shown at $!,33Sr381 -58,  are also the highest that have ever been  shown by the bank, and as tasaial, have-  been computed rafter writing off anything  of a bad or douhtf aai nature, and making  JLiie jl\jl-p3.  *>  full provision for all contingencies of  every sort and kind. Out of the profits  have been provided the usual dividends  of 12 per cent, and a bonus at the Tate of  I per cent: the tasaial contributions to  Officers' Guarantee and Pension Funds  and also provision for Dominion Govern- .  ment taxes (including a reserve for the  current year's income tax), $160,000, and  $250,000 has been written off Bank Premises Account. After these deductions we ���������  are able to carry forward $1,272,929.81, a  sum slightly in excess of the balance  brought forward from the 1926 accoaant.  Deposits Hig-h Record ���������  Last year we reported our deposits in  excess of $100^000^000 for the first time.  ! This year they are $109,014,919, an u������-  crease of roaaghly $8300,000 for the year,  iiqaaiai Peatiss  Tairning to the a^et side of the statement, Bonainion notes and foreign cur-  sendesron hand amount to neasly $11^75,  531.   Add to this the deposit in the goad  central reserves, cbecpies on other banks,  balances due by other banks in Canada,  the total cash amounts to upwards   of  ^SflOQfiOO, which equals 22.92 per cent.  of the bank's liabilities to ttae public. Our  a second  line  of- reserves,  Dominion x$&  i Provincial   Government    securities   and  ether  readily   realizable  assets,  such  as  Call Litems in Caraads. -sasd New York.  Loans  to   Provincial  Goverawnents  and  the Mtmidpalitiss, and so on- all of which"  can be really classed as immediately liquid  investments, amount   to $43,000,000,  an  increase of $6,000,000 for the year, and  when added to the cash on hand, bring  out a total of liquids of $76,487,604, eqaia!  to 62.18 per cent,   of   liabilities to the  public. ���������   . ���������'  Current Loans .  The Current Loans,, at slightly over  $55,000,000, are practically amchanged  from last year. We would like to see this  department of our business a little larger,  but satisfactory additions to the Current  Loans are hard to obtain, the growth over  tbe whole of Canada for the year ended  September being only 8 per cent.  Our own Call Loans in Canada showed  an expansion of $4,500,000 during the  year, which is about in keeping awith the  expansions shown by other Banks, according to the Governments Returns. These  loans are well selected and passed upon  by the Board of xnirectots as well as the  management, and up to the present tune  have not occasioned the Bank the loss of  a single dollar, but.naturally they are not  as remunerative as commercial loans.  The Bank's Premises  *jrhis year $250,000 has been written  off, which amount practically offsets our  expenditures on premises during thp ye-ar.  Branches of the Bank have been opened  or arranged at Oakwood Avenue and Rogers Road, Sitvertbom Avenue and Rogers  Road, Bloor and Durie Streets, all in the  City of Toronto. At Noranda and Dol-  beau, in the Trovincc of Quebec; at Gold  Pines, in Ontario, and at Mayerthorpe  and Eckville In the Province of Alberta.  One branch at Sparta, Ont.,. has been  closed. We now have 187 branches.  Tho Stall  The staff consists of 1,304 officers. The  growth of the Bank necessitates a constantly plowing number of employees.  The staff during the year have, if anything, been more efficient than ever, and I  have much pleasure in again testifying to  their loyalty.  Our Shareholders  The Shareholders of the' Bank now  number 2,605, compnred with 2,587 a  year ago, aaa Increase of 18, Although the  number of American investors is considerable; the actual number of shares involved so far Is not of any great conso-  Sucnoe. It would appear, however, that  the Canadian Banks continue to.prosper there will be anonre and more inquiries  says the isame of  pingVp?>agjf has started -up again,  and it is heingr played at the Fernie  j**-**      a.:-..'-'"'., y " "  ������jiuo.  The first  carload  of   grapefruit  ever hrought in to Fernie arrived  I last  we^k, for   Scott  Fruit  Company.  Bonnere Ferry Farmers are shipping about a dozen  cars   o������  cord  wood  per month  to  Spokane   at  present.  Over seventy persons are attending the night classes at Fernie  public school and these are handled  in six classes.  Grand Forks council has Just  voted $197 to the.fall fair directors,  to wipe out the deficits ofVthe two  last exhibitions. ?  The abandoned Great Northern  Railway grade between Elko and  Fernie is now being used in places  for motor travel.  Milk froia 215.cows supply the  needs of Cranbrook, and on a recent  inspection only two of them were  found unhealthy.  viiSu  will  and  Kimberley garages  notify  for the  winter: months  they  close   at  S p.m.   week   days,  6 p.m. on Sundays.  A ear a day of cotton wood  Ior&I  for pulp making is  being| shipped  froBn  Bonners Ferry to the paper  miH at Everett, Wash.      .  The Orange X-odge at KLaslo  appears to be both active and pros-.  perouSi A piano has jaist been installed in the lodgeroom.  The Free Press says there is no  use talking poverty at Fernie.  The English Church ladies gathered iri $700 at their bazaar.  The Free Press says that the  right of way of the Calgary Fernie  Railway has now been out for  about 30 miles above Michel.  In the 1927 drive for funds for  tb������ local hospital the Pentioton  Ijadiea' Hospital Aid secured over  $1000. A  secured.  year ago but $250 was  Cranbrook has already received  almost 600 men back from the  harvest fields, and hardly more  than 200 are capable of taking jobs  in the woods.  At Vernon a citizens committee  is after the council for assistance  that will enable the town to acquire  a library of at least 3000 volumes,  even if it docs oost about $2300 to  operate 'it.  Creston Dairy  R. A. COMFORT  ANB8HMENT  ���������yy?  ���������jt--1-  mines %t Sudbury, Cobalt, Porcurplne and I for their shares from tho other side of the  ICMihMM! lAkft, we note with satisfaction I line, tuvel Canadian shareholders need not  the development of new naming ctuitca  ���������lead and rtlnc tn the Sudbury bnsin,  copper at Kamiskiota, and copper-gold at  Rouyn, Beyond all these are the region  In which the prospector, the pioneer of  the Industry, plays hia part,  As mining developments have such an  Important bearing on almost evecy other  industry in Canada, wc should congratra  be hi ��������������� laaaray 1 c������ dlr.por,t of t.he5r holdings.  Control Speculation  Viewing general conditions as affecting  [ the Hank's business, I sec nothing to suggest that the present favorable state of  affairs will not continue for another yayir,  and perhaps for Qcvcral years to come.  There ia one element, however, in tlae  actuation whlcla might easily become daaa-  atry aau iuu waxes ������tt"*"^<������������den������:oura.Ke  them' to witeKtd. aU reasonable aid ,to those  engagcti \������s nh,e 'discovery, devcloprftcnt  and mining of iho tareaaueca hidden within  th* mrtb,  A Wtrlitdbt Fiutta**  Bate fe|������e y������i4ou9_Govearraments''^J^"-   RCrou&. I refer to the unlimited amount af  -Thlaa li the  Diamond juuaice ui  -    - t..l ���������������       I.,  W'-u*.."'  r*r*rail?*Jnn <hnt w point? mi in btoclcs and  ������1aarcB of every description. Ifor our pairt,  i������Uhm3j������h we are quite willing to assist  legUhmatc Invcatmcnt, *nnd ������v������a in  worthy cases moderate speculation, w������  are doing every thing we c&n to restrain  _r_,.i cr-������������������i ihit tt.iftmitlAn. aand T believe  #ii������t mv colkneuea In the other bank* aajr������  Buo ?ti^; steady advMi&o..'--itt  cesti ofaiHmes of fee'd, I am  compplled':;::'tti   raise .Milk-  pricos, wbioli from December 1st will be a3 follows :  MILK  JHiRSSY���������8 Quarts for $1.20  HOLSTElN-10Quart9,$t.tO  CREAM  Pint 30c   trJtrint.. ��������� Iwc.  9 r-.t-WgrSMSf ���������  Vf**JF  \  And listening to any radio set you can instantly detect superiority or  inferioraty of performance.    We invite you to judge  on this impartial basis.    We are satisfied that ELolster Buperior-ity, its  much more that yon will recognize it at once.    We urge you to  make  it apolnt to have a Xoister desnonstmtlois before baying a  radio set.  P RE M I E R   G A-R AG  PALMER   &    WiAXWELL  y SERVSCE ������N ANYTHING OPERATED BY 0.ASptJNE  t)o Not Lose Interest  by   delaying  deposit  *fO������3?  you cannot   visit ua personally,  send your deposits by mail*   Have  th& satisfaction of knowing that your  -money   is   safely   protected   and   is  earning interest regularly. ������������>  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital-Paid Up $20,000j000  Reserve Fund $20^500,000  Creston Branch ������ R. J. Forbea, Manager  I  Mziiwawiww  fflfflBW  BURNS & CO., Ltdi  MEAT MERCHANTS  E^JLLL.LZ .S...'L..Pl.S-.���������1. -'.-il. L.J-.1 II?.,-11:"-1; P--ll]mj-y^-,l^^\^,\_;^  1TRY OUR  ShAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  !  . An economical dish, oAsy to nerve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  t������ovc*rnrocnt KTiided, !a1p;h������M>fc oaialitv.  FRESH and CURED FISH  nil varlotlofl.  Choicest BEEP, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BVRNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  liacrc-nsoa t-jjfg production and producou better poultry.    Buy tho botit.  I  nil j.atfiwMWaW'gmwMW!-;.')  *J������M���������������tt^rt5������^5'~*',~  THE   REVIEW,    CRESTON;   B. -a  it^atineRt  RUBBED oa  throat and  chest, Vicka  does two things at once:  (1) It is v&pprized by the  body heat and inhaled direct to  the Ir.flamcti air passages, and  <2) It ���������. - stimulates the skin  like an old-fashioned poultice  and "draws out'* the soreness.  ������J������ER f&Mj������LWfiJ&8Sl/S������DY&L8������t  Claims   New- Device  Will Eliminate Static  WORLD HAPPENIN6S  KKifrH.T?     105.11  <watkm.ua. sjut  m. \yxjxr  The Japanese cabinet has de-cioeu  to cease positive encouragehient- Of  emigration. Hereafter the government  ���������wall confine its vftovia to emigrants  already  abi*oad.  The United States has- more siaili-  tary pensioners iai Caaiada than in  every oilier foreign country put together. There are 1,422 residents of  Canada at present drawing pension  from the United States treasury. They  receive a total of ������601,SSO a year.  Two interesting parcels of freight,  have left Vancouver port, being cargoes? ot lead in each case, one for  Central America and the other for  Buenos Aires���������both destined for the  same use, that'of making- arsenate of  lead for the combatting of insect  pests.  Major Mario de Bernard!, Italian  flying, ace. .attained, a speed of more  than 300 miles an hour ia his. hydro  aeroplane test on the Venice lade  course, smashing all exlsti-ag records  for speeds in the test,''the" Royal Aero  Cltah of Italy stated.  Torn Moore, president of the Trades  and Labor Congress of Canada, has  returned to Ottawa from Berlin,"where  lie attended the meeting of the governing body of the International I-.ab.or  office- attached to the "League -of Nations.  "IVJoaiophone" Js Invention Of Retired  V ';   U.S. Army Officer  .'Annouiicement tliat lae ha,? perfected, the''moncphone,''an   instrument  designed to carry radio into the home  over  the  telephone  or   electric   light  wires, was made    by    Major-General  George O. Sauier, retired former chief?  signal officer of the U.S. arniy.  The  general "..claims the device willVelimin-  ate siaiic._3.id the radio commission by  clearing..,.wave., bands  and  -pa-ayido...,.������..  double use  for  power  and   telephone  lines now in operation. .yfV  f The d������v*eeVis virtually a three ttibyf?  receiving set-without dials,, ���������'ste^xdaiig  tip" attachments, batteries or amplifiers. According to General Scmier, it  . woulc^utilize the same lines that now  stipplyv^ipi^it^to homes for iroialaig  and-'tl/g*^^ with ,  their, '-pr^sent;;rpua^|[te|y|  The"^onopiioiiewouid >>e connected  only td?iho??^tation .pi*f^'net" operated j  or used "byVthey cbinpahJes leasing the  iiistruinehtf ffBUitons 5V*buld control  the .iust'^nS.-eni'f-fQa;?V>.*frequexxclo^ and  there;wbuld ;h>e no dials to change f;ia-  tlonsy _ - yfyy--- -'.:.,..'  Removes TomcIij Corns,  Brings Solid Comfort  Acts  like magic���������-takes  oiat all  the  pai*a^~-anak.0s aching corns feel  comfy ;,  iaafa few -'seconds. Tnafsj how* Putnam's '  Coa*n ''Extractor acts.    "X,ou will not bo j  disappointed    with    ���������'Fur.nanx's" -��������� it:  never fails to lift out corais, or remove !  painful calloaises.    Get 'Putnam's Extractor" fraux your druggist. Kefuse a  substitute.  LESSON No. 16  Question :   Whjr do  ^sifted cod-liver: oil ?  ' ^'Answer; 'Growi$g3:chal-v  dren, and particularly girls,  need vitamin-rich nourish-  merit:" tp &e/j? \������hotn\  through critical st{*gei3 of  extreme   tax   on   their.  strength.   '    ���������'-.*���������;.',s:,:;:.   ;-*;V~^"  Pleasantly flavoreid* easy to  take, children like  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  NOVEMBER 20  mi*m^m)t>a**9^k .    rPAHIll ABff&AI  ������VilS I 'V      S- ^^BiirVgilaM.-;  ?{f.Ul I d   M?ltlM)i9-Mf  r  MIC AH  CHAMPIONS  OPPRESSED  THE  Golden Text: "He hath showed thee,  O man, what is good; and what doth  Jehovah require of thee but to do justly, and to iove kindtaess, and to walk  huaaibly with thy God?"���������^Micah 6.8.  V Lesson: Micah, chapters 2, 3,?G and  7,1-e.   ���������"���������?.;���������'���������.' "���������' ,   "���������.  :-v-..-D<svoUpnai ��������� Heading: James . 1.23-2?.  Travelled! First Class  Apes Taken'From Nice To Vienna To  Be Used In Clinic  Kiev oia.-. anthropoid apes, -travelling  as jftrsiclass passengers, have ari'ived  at Vieiaua from Nice oh the Simplon  Orient Express. Kach was accompanied by a special attendant aa.nl seemed  io enjoy the Jxixua-y of travel on Europe's crack express. The coaiteht-  auent of the apes was shortlived, however, foi* they were taken to the clinic  of Dr. Serge "Voi-onoff. There they will  submit to /a.; painful gland operation in  order to restore the buoyancy of  youth to octogenarian Austrians who  wish to add -another spell pf years to  their lives?  HER BABY  PLUMP AND WELL  Nothing makes a mother, more  grateful than a benefit cohfera*ed upon her child.. Mothers everywhere  who have used Baby's Own Tablets  foi* their children speak iai enthusiastic t.ei*ms of thean. For instance, Mrs.  Zepherin Lavoie, Three Rivers, Que.,  writes:���������"Baby's Own Tablets are a  wonderful medicine1- for little ones.  They-never-fail-,-to. reguulate the baby's  stomach and bowels, aud make him  idannp and well. J. always keep a box  of the Tablets Ju the house and would  advise ail anothers to do likewise."  Most of the ordinary ailments of  childhood arise in the stomach and  bowels, and can be quickly banished  by Baby's Own Tablets. These Tata-  Jets relieve constipation and indigestion, "break up colds and simple fevers, expel worms, allay teething, pains  and promote healthful sleep. -They  are guaranteed to be free from injurious drugs and are ssxfe oven for  tlae youaagest and most delicate child.  The Tablets ai*e sold by medicine  dealers or by an ail at 25c. a box froan  The Dr. Williams' Medicine' Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Explanations and Comments.  J. The Creed Of tho Wealthy axna  Their Punishment, 2.1-3.���������'Woe to  them that devise:'-iniquity, and work  evil upoia their beds!" cries the prophet. "When the morning is light, they  Practice it, because it is in the power  of their hand.** Micah is here arraigning the wealttliy classes. He charges  thtma with lying awake at nights to  plan and plot evil���������-how to1" get the  better of the poor��������� -and ^ylih carry ins  out: their---..scheme's, when daylight  cpanes, because they had the power.  They believed that anight, makes right.  - ; "They covet fields, "and .seise them  (as Ahab did Nabotlx's vineyard); and  houses and take thean away; and they  oppress a. man and his house, even a  anan and his heritage." "The prophet  does not detail the stepsv of ihe process of seiz-ui-e��������� through foreclosure  of anoftgages, aasuripus rates oJTinter-  est, bribery of judge.^, aaid the like No  legal procedure can make right in  Micah's eyes the fact that his poor  neighbors aire .being ousted' from their  homesteads by the..,ygrasping rich;  coanpare 1 Kings 21; Hosea 5.10;  Isaiah 5.S/'���������-JVM. P. Smith.  "Therefore, thus saith Jelioyah,"  soleannly the"' prophet asserted: "Behold., against this- family (the whole  family of Israel) da 1 devise aai evil."  While they..were devisitig evil,* vea-se  1, Jehova.li was xlevi slug a punishment, the-prophet'declares, and punishment fx-om which:.there would be  no escape. "For it is aai evil time":  the time was ������?vil, for men were living as if God were not, aiid evil was  threatening In" the Assyrians who  were advancing-?'"'victoriously vest-  ward.   -:" '-   '--:  "They devise Iniquity against their  fellows; but Jehovah devises evil  against them. This is ever so, and the  evil which God devises -against- the  devising of iniquity, is ever the outworking of that very iniquity in ias  reaction upon the evil; woi-kea-s. Thea*e  is no escape from Gody and that fact  is the reason of confidence, and the  secret of peace, in the ddys iaaost full  of the apparent triumph-'of evil men."  -t-G? Campbell Mor-gan.   -���������.������������������<���������-���������+>��������� ? ? ;  To enjoy Christmas in the Old  Home! Christmas inBngland,  Hdgmanay in Scotland, Yule-tide festivities in, Ireland, are  now within easy reach 'of  :eyerybody.    --.V"? ���������  See a steamship agent to-day and  ma&e-yoair s-es^rvatioa whiic the  rbeat accommodation is to "t>ie had.  SLomad'Trip*  r ���������������������������  H.UXJMJ.  -155 up.  -Children Half fare ���������^.e&ery*  thing ixicludedL ^  Chrisintai Sailings  From HALIFAX  Dec.   5~ANT^O!������Afor Plymuotk;  Havre and London.  Dec. II���������ATHENIA for BeUaot,  Liverpool and Glasgow.  t>ec. 12���������ASCANIA for Plymouth,  Havre andTkmdon.-  FromST^JOBNN.Bp  E>ec. 10���������ATKENIA for Belfast,  Liverpool and Glasgow  " ������, , ^^������ j������������������ftW"gstd" ^. f"  m ��������� ������isil*f ^'r*^������tsldSQii .  <1  LfNBS   so  CONARD STEAM SHIP CO.. LIMITED  270 Main Street. W3NN1PECS '  And tlhere arc 40 dcaca ������Q a  75-cent bottle! Pleasant tn take  ond instant in action in every fcind  ot Cold. Relieves Bronchitis', Croup  -and Whooping*- Cough. Prevents  "Flu.- and Pneumonia. ISaaea irritated throats. Buy "Buckley V. Sold  by all drugjrista and guaranteed.  ' . ' W." K. Eneklen Umlte������S ���������  142 Mntual St.. Toronto 2  M1XTURS  Act* iilte a flash���������  ��������� (insle ������ip proves it - 517  There" lis n'a'pbiso'nSiis 'ibgre������Iient in  Hollo-way's Corn Remover, aaid it can  be used without danger or-iai jury-.  South  Africa  Proud  Of Aviator's Feat  Why do eo many, many babies of  today escape all tlao little fretful  Bpells and- Infantile ailanents that used  to worry mothers through tho day,  and keep thean up^half tho night?  If you don't know tho auswair, you  haven't discovered pure, harmless  Castorla. It Is sweet to the tasto, and  sweet In the littlo stomach. And its  pontic influence seeaws felt all through  tlae tiny ������yatem. Not even a distasteful doso of castor oil does ao much  good.  Fletchei-'s Castorla is purely veKot-  able, bo you anay jtive it freely, at first  nign of colic; or constipation; or  diarrhea. Or those naaaay times when  you just don't Know what Ih the matter. For real picknoss. call tho doctoa*.  always. At other times, a fow drops  of Fletchev's  Castorla.  Tlao doctor often tolla you to do  jiawt lhat; ami always sayn Fiotchor's.  Other pa-eparations iaaay bo jaast as  pure, .lust as fa-������-e froan daaagevous  draags, but. why expnrlmeaat? Besldoa,  tho book oaa care and feeding of babies 1 hat cornea -with 3"h-t.eher'H Castorla Is worth itat weight in gold!  Children Cry for  The Baby's First Short Clothes  When baby Is ready for short  clothes mother will be happy to  find this combination pattern, No.  117-1, which contains a short coat,  with or without cape, short ,1ackot  and bonnet. Just everythhjr; for  "bye-bye" laaul. Tlao simple coat Is  anade with a yolco, that always adds  a little graceful touch to tho  straight line. Tho round collar gives  a tailored finish and is cait i'or eoan-  fort." The cape adds warmth foi- tlao  cool days. It may bo sewed Ju ono  seaan with the collar to the coat, or  made and used separately. For tho  cool tlaiys nnd warm evenings, when  jaast some light wrap Is wanted, thn  slanplo littlo jacket with set-In sleovep  will qulto answer every aaeod. Tho  bonnet, with a a-ever that Is becoming  to every baby faco, fits nicely by the  aaao of email plaits at the neclc-llaao.  Cut iaa ono size, and requires 2% yards  for tho entire outfit. Pa'lco 20c tho  pattern.  Railway Extension In Peace River  inaugurating the first freight ana  passenger service over the newly completed Pembina "Valley ilailway. the  branch line of the E.D. & B.C. from  Bushy to Barrhead, Alberta, Peace  River District, a distance of 26 miles,  tho first mixed tiain left ."Cdmomoa  receaitly.  Nation-wide Fame.--There is scarcely a coraaer of this great Dominion  whero tho merits of Da*. Thomas-  Eclectric Oil have not beon tried and  proved. It s one of tho world's naost  f������mdc-nt remedies for soa*o throat,  laano back and many other ailments  arising from Inflammation. Kubbed on  tho slcln Its hoaliaig power is readily  absorbed, and it can also bo takoai internally.  a^^^v^^^^  \v  .\\   n,   J 707  How To Orifcr Patterns  Address���������Winnipeg Newspaper Union,  175 McDcrtnot Avo.������ Winnipeg  Pattern   No............   SIro.���������_,.���������.  * * . ������^ . t~. . i*m .**...... im. ���������������������������.*���������������������.  # ��������� ��������� ������* ��������� t~.  .**..!*.)..������*.*...*..<*...������  NaUUO     . ���������-* . *^ . ������*, ... ������mi . . ** .m . . . . ita. . . a ������  ������OWH     t~t . ���������-. . ��������� . . HHt * ������ . p t~������ . ���������_. *-. ������ * * *���������    t������ m  Mlaanrd's   LI ail me fat   for   Die! em per.'  Unearth Old Water Syatom  A water system in.perfect order and  capable of carrying a dally How of  300,000 gallons, believed to havo boon  built by Genoese colonlstr) eight hundred years ago, was recently uncovered by workmen at Alushta, CrJmoa.  'N<<itjjj|i!i*fc*^ ^J* i   J fji  1 "a  Bentley   Made   Solo    Flight   Of   3,100  sVIiles In Tiny Moth Plane  When ba'ought into comparison with  some of the epoch-making flights to  the credit of Lindbergh and other airmen, tlae significaaaco of the rc-cord-  fireaking flight froan London, which  has ended at Cape Town, is apt to  be lost by tho thrill-loving public.  A wildly enthusiastic welcome . at  Wynburg airdrome, Capo Town,  marked the caalmination of an 8,100-  anile solo trip over tiea, desert and  tlae forests of Darkest Africa, made  by an intrepid littlo South African  jtvlator named. Lieutenant Kentley on  a tiny Moth aeroplane provided for  his uso through "-tlie enterprise of The  Star, a Johannesburg evening newspaper.  A particularly notable feature of  this lone flight on a machine with a  motor of only 40 horsepower is that  it was coiaipleted in tweaUy-elght days,  whereas Sir Pierre van Rynefeld. who  blazed a pioneer trail faxxm Cadi'o to  tho Capo In 1920 (ancl used two' machines in his effort), took forty-four  days to reach lais goal, while Sir Alan  Cobhaaya'H flight in 1025 occupied  nlaacty-foair dayp.  Woa*mB food upon tho vitality of  chlldrou and endanger their lives. A  slanplo and effective remedy is Mother  (Jraves' Woran Kxtea-mlmitor.  yfy'rGermany Has Glass School -...-���������  A glass house is belrafe "built 'for'  school children in the suburb ofSteg-  litz, Germany. It has "24 schoolrooms  with walls and roof of glass, and supported by slender iron beams. It was  devised by architects and doctors who-  insist the new generation must be  swamped with all the sunshine available.  iFortify Yourself  Against Colds!  Toronto, Ont.-  of sore throat a  Has Hoi*n Between Antlera  fckijaao curiouft prnnk of j\atui*o lias  gibon ojiq of tho door Ju Yosomlte na-  tloiaaal park a horn like l'hlnocnrous,  Tlae frenk growth projocta (hrough  tho roof a>f its upper jaw half way between the xiose and the yos. The dcor  la very laaaao, bait disappears oaace ft  year to shod both his antlers nnd the  Btrange middle horn.  ���������"I would-have a spell  couple of tianes every  3'ear, especially in'.the-  winter, and it would  be a coaaple of months-  each time before I  would fully recover  and get my voace^  back. I doctored and  took medicine -witla  little relief until I be-  gan taking Dr.  Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and at  has so coaiapletely relieved me of this  trouble tlaat I scarcely ever have a sore  throat or Buffer an any way from my  former trouble. It has been worth its  weight in gold to ine."-���������Mrs. A. McDonald, 28 McMurrlch St.  All dealers. Fluid or tablets.  Write Dr. Piea*ce'������ In-kiHds Hotel in  Buffalo. N. Y.-f for free medical advice.  COYOTES  BADGER���������WHITE WEASEL���������SKUNK  and other faarn urirontly i.Dedod: I want  for Iminfedlatb  maiaufarjtu������'o.  0,000 Coyoteo 10,000 Weasel  1,000 Bndcer 1,000 Skunk  HlRlaeut Prlcen���������Quickest "Hetairns���������Sutlw-  factlou AKsiired. For many years pawt 1  have uatlKftert thouaandn of Canadian  Trnnpmvi and I cail nl easts you; gond poflt-  ������>m*<l TODAY -for Price? HAM. Bblpplnir  Thijh, iJiwikorn Iteforonue, txnd SPECIAL.  OPFER lu FIRST STHIPPER froi>) cud.  loisullty.  J. H. MUNRO  rtoveastolce, D.C., and 013 Firot Ave. West,  Caloary.-  DOV  Gl  ^f$2.00Cavcnr������  WORK  ST FUN  Slniply actl b0 Setu of Our Famous Chrl������t-  nin������ seal* for 10c a aet. Whon ������old send  ue $3.00 and keep $2.00. We trunt you  until Chrl������tma������.���������St. Nlchol.-i* 8e.il Co.,  V.ViU 039 W.N.U.,  Drooklyn, N.V.,  U.S.A.  fluayaauil, Ecuador, wlalch iaa 1018  wan conHidored one of tlio wor������t yellow feher ������;potn In tho worldv haft not  had at v.iiho of the dread dUanano ftlaaeo  1010, Wheat neientlntfj froaaa tho United  Btaten IntJ*oducod uaethodn of ellniln-  ailon.  Mjlnard'a  Liniment  for Chilblnlnc.  MU8ICAL INSTRUMENTS  I/TRA PHONIC       OIIAMOPHONB,  38 BOloctlonn, $1G5.00 for -fSS.00  <]unrnnteed.      lvoiHnon,    310    Mount-  lloyal I-Jant, Montreal, v.  THE NEW rnCWOH REMEDY.'  THERAPION ^!a 1  THERAPIOMM0 3  ������������, ������ ������*������ *"l>l������*^������������T������!*-~'S*:,        5*J.t.S tw. *3ja.������J m  iBKIi. jtjvi������*M������i������a. Mo. a torn Clivomla Wi������k���������������������������������������������.  i.iil.1 Uf Uuilliig i.li������inlii������...ir#lili������������' H ������������������������������! urn ui������IW������<m������  fcn.������.lii;i ������������������ M..I. fi. li...,.tru-\t Wrt.M.W .1 I..������������������n������  pt XI.ii 0.1. VO.  <���������!������������.���������   i>������<:k������ln Ur *t*.*0t. (run*  4  ��������� <s  ���������it THE  CHBSTOS   REVIEW  i������M  VL  L������^sn mms H&m\*&    j Local and Person  -**__  New  ���������DtOCR  of  JEcrse sweat pads at 85 cents and up  at Alex. Mirabelli's.  The deer shooting season closes at  sundown Thursday next.  H arness  Second Hand Store in  connection    i  Ao SiWspiSmW&iti  Shoe and Harness Repairing  mti-s ISctiib Cook returned on  from a few days' visit' with friends  Moyie.  c i*iuay  an  Miss  Rose  Cherrington   Ib  visiting  with Nelson friends this week, leaving  Oti i>&Oudiiv.  r^M^w&m-m*  i^^^m^^^^^^^ssss^s^rsf^.'LJ. **  ^ WaitoBD-��������� Pair  skates  and   boots,  tain, CreBtoca.  of    tnen*s   tubular-  size 3$.    C A. Mit  LFORM PI  Certificate of Improvements  PJOTIOS OF" ARF'L.iGATlGN  NIAGARA MINERAL CLAIM.     Situate In  the Nelson Minjnsr Dlyiston of West Kootenay District.     Where  located:    On   Iron  Mountain, northwesterly from Kitchener,  B.C.     Lawful   holder:   CbaTles Plummer  Hill, Victoria. B.C.   Number of the holder's  Free Miner's Certificate. No. 12G18-D.  TAES NOTICE* that X G. A. 3������. "2"our*** Fyss  Miner's Certificate No. 4334UD, acting a^ag-ent  tor the said  Charles  Plummer Hill, intend  sixty days trom the date hereof, to applv to the  Mining Recorder for ia certificate or improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And farther- take notice that action, under  Section 85 cf the Mineral Act, must he commenced before the Issuance of such certifleate  of improvements. .  Dated this 8th day of November, A.D. 1927.  Form No. 18.  [Section59]-     "-..  .  LAND AGT  Notice ofIntention to Apply to  Purchase'Land  In West Kootenay Land Recording District of  Province of British Calumbia, and situate  in Arrow Creek "Valley-  Goat Mountain.  on east slope of  TAKE NOTICE that Effle Frank Arrow-  saiiih. of Creston, B.C. occupation, spinster,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands:' Commencing- at a  post planted one foot from South East corner  of Sublot 130 of \Lots 4592 and 4995; thence 20  chains west; thence 20 chains south: thence 20  chains east; thence 20 chains north, and containing -40 acres more or less. - ���������-������������������- ��������� - -  BFFIE FRANKAKROWSMITH.  Dated September 5,1927  SYNOPSIS OF LAND  ACT AMENDMENTS  Cow Po������ Sale���������Jersey-Shotthorn,  jaast freshened, $75 with calf. Geo.  Davie, Canyon.  Fob SALE���������Ten purebred Barred  Hock pullets, overstocked, $S. W. JH.  Hilton, Craston. v  Mass Alice Hnabree has returned  from   a   month's   holiday   vasit   with  c���������i a ������. -������������t j   ii iciiuo nn   ������Taiuui:i.  For Sale���������1923 model toiarinK  Chevrolet, in good shape. Apply Mrs.  C J. Bayle. Creston,  Mrs. Jas. Cook whs a visitor at  Sirdar a. few daya this-week, a guest  of Mrs. B, J; Brawn.  Wanted���������Foa* a friend, faye-ac. e  fruit ranch ������at Creston or Erickson.  C. P. Hollm, Creston. . -  ���������?"..' -*  '  'WantjED-���������Two saddle ponies; one  smnU, foi* use by prl.     State price.  ������.������*.-* ua     ^*p v/*" '*   mi*M.+j*m m^.***    x-/ ft %'***r+-r **w  Chas. Long, who has been visiting-  his nsother������ Mrs. S3. F. ijossgv returned  to Klocknaann, Idaho, on Monday.  Ivan Staples left on Saturday on a  visit with relat Ives at IS elson, and will  visit Spokane before retairnant-**. r-  Mrs. Remington left on Twesday for  Blairmore, Alberta, where she wall  spend several weeks visiting friends.  High school inspector J. W. DeLionp-  made his annual official call on Creston high school staff at the end of last  week. ������������������. ���������������������������������������������-, ?--���������.-���������  n/m/lti.  For spring planting:  j^toek, iociiidtnj;  Black  3 year old   Asparagus.  Creston.  No. 1 Naareery  Currants.- and  J.   H   Carr,  fmam   T<e' -^ V     **fe. ?Z* 3 F" * B   3 g * u   *������_������   I   *       -    t   ������      ��������� f% -���������* _  " " '--vw _\\f &ti i^^f ������ u������/m/&im?t-/?& ������  ���������~   "t���������������~    _- z   =���������������    '"    "s"' - * -**" Jf      i  S  fi        ������ i-*"*   "***.    "V f r    fit fm iff   /.*    "^"i  ft ft i    _      .-^StA-. J-  Vacant, unreserved, surveyed Crown  lands may toe pre-empted by British  subjects over IS years of age, and by  aliens on declaring intention to become  -British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation, and improvement  for agricultural purposes.      ?  Full information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions, is given  in Bulletin No. 1, Land Series, "How  to Pre-empt Xiand," copies of -which can  be obtained free of charge by addressing the Department of Lands, Victoria,  B.C., or to any Government Agent.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes,  and which Is not timberland, i.e., carrying over 5,000 board feet per acre  west of the Coast Ranger and 8,000 feet  per acre east of .that range.  Applications for pre-emptions are. to  he a-ddiS&sjsed co ih.6 "Essna commissioner  of the Land Recording Division In  Which the land applied for is situated,  and are made on printed forms, copies  of which can be obtained from the Land  Commissioner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and improvements made to.  value of $10 per acre, Including clearing and cultivating at least five acres,  before a Crown Grant can be received.  For more detailed information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt Land."  PURCHASE  Applications are received for purchase  of vacant, unreserved Crown Lands,  not being timberland, for agricultural  purposes; minimum price of first-class  < arable) land Is $5 per acre, and second  class, (grazing) land $2.50 per acre.  Further Information regarding purchase  or lease of Crown lands la given in Bulletin No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase  and Lease of Crown Lands."  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, the conditions including .payment of stumpage.  HOMIRStTE M5A8BS  Unsurveyed areas not exceeding 20  acres may bo leased ns homesitos, conditional upon a dwelling being erected  in the first year, title being obtainable  after residence and Improvement conditions are fulfilled and land hoe .been  surveyed.  measics  For srcKitsc and tesdiacirSti! purpossa  areas not exceeding 040 acres may be  leased by ono person or a company.  *  GRAZENO  Under the Grazing Act the Prov*  fence is divided Into grassing districts  and the rattfye administered under ta.  Granting Commissioner. "Annual grazing permits aro issued baaed on numbers ranged, priority being given to  form  associations for mime jnaumue-  tueut. Pmee, or parUally twos permltas.  are available for settlers, campers or  travellftrs, tap to ten Tiead.  Jim Oherrington, jr., returned"on  Sunday from Borons. Alberta, where  he has been workiner the past two  months.  B. Behier. who has been arelievingt H.  Crosby, government telephone lane-  man, the past three weeks,,left for  Bdgewcod on Sunday.  For the very latest and .best in barber shop service, both for gents and  ladfe*.-.: fy IJick Randall, jr., in the  Auditoriaim Barber Shop.  John Garfield, who has sppnt the  past few weeks marketing- his apple  purchases at praire points, got back on  Sunday from Monarch, AlbertH.  Al. Hendren left on Thursday last  for Nelson,-~wh������*re he has joined a  government bridge crrxv, and will be  employed for the next three months.  To maintain n high standard of  service during the Christinas raish  Charlie Cotterill has joined the sales  stsf? at -CrGstsn Dr-us Ss Buok Stare.  Wanted���������Kespon si blt������ party would  like to borrow $2000 at 8 per cent.,  giving first mortgage on SO-rtcre fraiit  fnarm as seeaarity. Write* Bos 27,  Review Office.  The Lndies* Guild of Christ Church  1027 bazoar on Saturday wos most  successful financially, the nffair leaving the workers $140 clear lifter pay-  ang all expenses.  Those intending; to catrt this season  are aslsed to turn in thetr4t������l0 membej'-  ship immediately. The -weather bias  taken the right turn and eaaaling will  Blurt very shortly.  At the annual meeting of Oreston  volainteer Are brigade on Monday  night. Matt, York waa re-elected chief,  nnd W. GK Hendy succeeds Stan.  Watson ns spovetary.  Creston vllliige council has its  December session on Monday night.  This will be the last regular sitting of  thn pi-eoont commissioners, whoBO  terms expire in January.   ,  Foil Sai-K���������JorseyrAyrfthiro. vory  gentle, milking, 940. Jersey, 8 years,  milking, duo to freshen February, $80.  A. *n ct*-*j flee due to . shortage of hay,  R. SI nclaklr Smith, Oreston.   ,  Mrs. -Crawford, sr., who has been  here lor tho paist three months on a  visit with her sons W, H, and T. J.  Cratvfovil, left on W<������dneedi.y Inst on  her  return  to Fort William, Ontario,  Oreaton Post of tho Canadian l>glon  laias been advised that ono John Butler  in inking muhneriptinns for i-oturned  aoldloru" and other naagasslnos In Brit  ish Cohambha., and from informs tion  from a rellnfole <*owrce- the Ponfc leaa^na  that yon place yoaar urttara ait. your  own ������*|������ik.  mmmmmmm  m**  fCUVilTEP  lar  EHS3S  E3E=IE  sinrsasinff  ls':r  For Twenty-Five Cents we will  supply   you   with    a   bundle   of  Old  that will keep you in fire-lighting  material all winter���������if you are a  fairly regular stoker.  Slivers often produce blood poisoning.    Don't  talc������ any chances  by" whitthn' shavin's when  newspapers can be had at this price.  CRESTON   REVIEW  COMMERCIAL  PRINTING  DEPT  \f*  "^SSmSSSSmSSMmmMm  il^jUiii i������^n3QE^s  ~3BE������lBCs  3E3E  m~m  3DE3n������ tt.-*^war.i\^������AiJJw������jta������*^ft^^ ,wv*������  UP A>s*J.t *aW*tMt.b*<. a* "i  *������r>  OfTCE    REVIEW,    CRESTOIST,    B.    C.  y  m  ptilllill  Kal  a am ark  For Fs���������*s Crssss  Learns a Good Lesson  Mr. Varadivier, Nev������ York, writes: "I  asssa salesman of creams for healing  pimples, blemishes, etc., hut when sny  facer broke out -vvJth blotches, pimples  aand blackheads,! tried one salve after  another with no results. Finally I decided I would have to get at the cause  ���������constipation. I was amazed to find  tliat within a few days after taking your  vegetable laxative pills for constapatioai  stay, skitk took on. a new health/ look."  CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS  jAll druggists���������25c and 75c red pkgs.  WAUIH.  lIAPPBNfNI??  New Ruling For Settlers  Will Receive Medical Certificates  Before Leaving For Canada  Interviewed In. London on Tho recently announced Intention of the  Canadian GoveaTiment to establish iu  Great Britain, Canadian medical officers for examination of intending settlers for the Dominion. Sir George  McLaren Brown, Euro'pean general  manager, Canadian 'Pacific Railway,  said that the new plan is being put  into eiiect with the object of averting  possible expense and waste of time  to the migrarit and* of avoiding the  possibility of rejection on arrival in  Canada through failure to comply  with Canadian medical regulations. ������������������  Under the new plan.all who desire  to settle in Canada will be medically  examined free of charge before leaving their homes. This;examination: Will  c    uucu   rtUvt   tiiBie    will/. 00   jUO   lur.unit  cxaanlnatiGii to undergo- on?arrival-������������������at  a Canadiaai port. It will also avert  possibility, of intending migrants giving aap their positions or selling their  business until they have ��������� passed the {���������  Canadian doctor.  ������ SCHOOL LESSON  DECEMBER 11  ISAIAH   COUNSELS   RULERS  Golden Textj "Thou will keep hian  in pea*fect peace, whose mind is stayed  oa Thee; because he trustbth - in  Thee."���������-Isaiah 2G.3.  Lesson: Isaiah, GBapters 7, 31, 36  and 37.  devotional Reiading:   Psalixr?-SI, i-7.  Colpn-  *>r -  new  uisuress  ���������a^au  For  Radio   Telephony!...".'.._.   . _.,     if'"     *i r������r ��������������� ���������, ���������   _. r    ���������!      Teaching Hatred Or Britain  May   Day'r Is. Equivalent To  SOS  in! "'������������������'-   Telegraphy Reds:   Spending    Unlimited    Funds  A distress call for use in radio tele- China Says Geaierai Sutton  phony and to be the exact equivalent  of the tfnivei'sai SOS iai telegraphy  has been-adivisod by't.ho-InternatlQnal  itmipeg Newspaper Union  An extradition treaty between the;  United States and Poland has been {  signed at "Warsaw after several years f  ol' negotiaLions. '?  i  Canada'.s  trade   wixli   United  Stales;  tor the  twelve months period  ending t^  October 33, was ?3..1S*0,O00,000 and ex-f  cceded the entire track* with the  F������ri- j  tlsli Bmpire by ������-137,000,000. \  Mrs. Frances "Wilson Grayson an- \  noanced   em  her   return  from   Europe ]  that a third attempt to fly across the j yru-idio Conference here and has been  Atlantic    ocean     in    the    amphibian ;incorporated in the new international  plane "Dawn*" probably  will he made '; -wireless convention,  durins ihe winter months. '   '     "Tho new call for help is "May Day"  Sir Harry Lauder has l-eceis-ed thej to be spoken through the broadcasting  freedom of his native- city. The cere-.] apparatus. This would be followed im-  inony established a precedent, since j mediately as ia the case of a SOS by  he was ahe first professed comedian | details as to the location*of the oa-igin  enrolled   on ' the  honor   roll   t?������*   Scot-! of the distress call.  land's capital. I     -May Day'' is the phonetic spoiling  A train of 31 cars carried ihe first! of lhe French word "aaa'aider," xaean-  shlpanent of grain to the Halifax elev- \ ing -"help me." ���������  ator this  year,  the shipment  conaain-; " ���������   ~~     ; ���������  ing  61,000- bushels of rye, said to be |  part of one    million   bushels    to    be  handled at that port.  George Sawyer, a meniBer of the St.  Noras Lake hunting party of Halibur-}.  ton, Ont., was fortunate in seeming a]  freak of the deer fanally in tin* form}  of -a white- buelc. ,It.,was,-exceptionally j  large, weighing over 300 pounds.  The   post   of  gold   commissioner  in  the Yukon territory, which is now vacant  will, it is understood,  likely  be  fined   by  a  promotion  froan  with   the  civil   service.   The  Yukon  is   adaninis-  terod by tlae department of the interior at a cost of .$150,000 a year.       y._  In the last yoaa*, 147 Catholic priests  have been executed in Mexico, \V. F.  Moaatavon. of the    National    Catholic  WelCare Conference    of    Washington,  told members of tho Monday Club, an  organ tzation of social workers in Hew  Yorl?.  More   than   hair   a     anillion     aliens  wero  admitted  to   the  United" States  during tho  1927   fiscal  year, and tho  number was considerably greater than ,  during  Lhe previous year. The figures  ���������were  G3S.0G1 admissions in 1027, and  ���������I9G,10G  adaaaissaons in 102C.  Ronald. Martland, son of Jolaaa Mart-  land,  Edmonton's  c-iiy  architect, has  been  selected    as    Alberta's   Khodes  scholar for 392S, and will proceed to  Oxford next autumn.    This Is the 13th  select!oat made  at tho   University  of  Alberta.  ;ry? fVVVyiV f|V^?E.y^4TSpjtNl-  ���������'-��������� Divisional ?Sut?aii^  ization and Agi'icjuleiare at Saskatoon,  who  has  been  prOthoted....Saiperiiiten-  | .deaa't. of Farm [Employment,'' Can. aclian  [National Railways, -with headquarters  1 at "Winnipeg.  ���������Everywhere men, women ancl children  fire findms instant relief from Cotiahs  and Colda of all kinds "by-tasking Buckley's Mixture. - Everywhere druggists aro  Belling "Buckley's" under positive guarantee. The first dose proves how different it Is���������and therw are 40 doses iis &  15-������ent bottle! Waver bo -witnoot this  proven conaueror of colda.  _ W. K. Bacfcley.yLitQited.^  S42  jixutual   St.,   Turoiiu)  Z  S20  i -���������-  ������n  "The "whole of Mongolia is now in the  hands of the Bolsheviks and Uieyfare  sending hundreds of agents supplied  with unlimited, .fund's into Southern  China with the idea ot* raising; hatred  against Great Britain," General F. A.  Sutton, picturesque soldier of'fortunc-  and promoter, told the O ttawa branch  of the Engineering.- Institute of Canada, "-y '    r   V  The man,, who for six years was  military-adviser to Marshal Chang  Tsb-LIn, head of the Pelciu government, declared that he had seen or-  clers from tlie Moscow government,  "directly advocating wholesale murder to stir up anti-British feeling."  According to General Sutton, 99 per  cent. of the people of China were  hopelessly poverty stricken. The urgent ^necessity of getting- something  to eat Was the main consideration of  the bulk of the pqptalation.  General Sutton thought the main  source of trouble in China as It affected Great Britain wasf-in Britain's  lack of a strong policy. To' a great  degree the fact that pi*actically the  whole of Southern .. China was now  pure Bolshevik came as a result of  this policy, he declared.  Explanations and Ccimtticarts   ?  I, King Plezekiah Appeals/ To  Isaiah To Pr-ay To Jehovah For Deltv-  er.aaace Pr-oan  Sennacherib, verses 1-4.  II. Tho Prophet's AnBWer, verses  5-7.-���������"Thus shall ye say to youiVnias-  ter," Isaiah made answer to the anes-  seiagers from King Hezekiali, "Thus  saith Jehovah, Be aiot afraid of the  words that thou hast hoard-,;,where--  with the servants oi' the Kiaig of  Assyria have blasphemed me." Read  the words in the preceding Chapter of  Isaiah. "Behold," continued. Isaiah, "I  will put a spirit iaa him, and he $hall  hear tidings, and shall retain unto his  own hind, and I-will cause him to fail  there by the sword in Ids o'wn land."  The '"spirit"' was that of alarm. What  the "tidings" were is uncertain. To  quote G. W. Blade: "If chapters' 36  and 37 are a unity, 'tidings' must refer  to the aiews of the appa*oach of Tirha-  kah, verse 9. If verses .1-7 here are  independent of verses 'S-36, the rumor  probably relateis to the tidings from  hoane of a rebellion'in Babylon,'where,  after expelling Meroda-ch'-baiadan in  703, he had set up a vassal king, wlio  shortly afterwards revolted,, and  against whom he directed a campaign  in 700. In the combination of the narratives mention of the fulfillment of  the prediction about the rumor may  have been lost; but the return, of Sennacherib to his own land is described  in verses 37, 38, which form the se-  QUel of this account."  "Isaiah's fervid faith in Zioai's ������n-  violableness does not blind him to the  openness of Judah's northern entrance; It is in one of his passages of  warmest exultation about Zion (10.32)  that he describes .the easy advance of  the Assyrians to her walls. He and  other prophets frequently recognized  how swiftly the military powers .will  overrun Judah; and when they except  Jerusalem from tlae conseguences, it is  not because of her national strength,  but because of their faith In the direct  intervention of God Himself. So at last  it happened. In the great-crisis of her  history, the invasion by Sennacherib,  Judah was saved.as.Engl^nd was saved  from the Armada, neither by the  strength of her bulwarks, for they  had been burst, nor by the valor of  her men, for the heart had gone ft'om  them, but because, apart 'from''Human  help, God jbliniself crushed her insolent foes in the moment of their triumph."���������George Adam Smith.  it&i3anB������C  ' Acts like d flash-  Question Of Naval  Limitation Shelved  . When Holloway's Corn'��������� Remover is  applied to a corn it kills the roots and  the callosity comes out without injarry  to the flesh. -...--..  Hopes League Can Aveit War  Miller's Woraa Powders will not only  A S-.tiartly Simple  Frock  Extremely    smart,    is    the   modish  frock shown here, having a group of  tucks ait the back of tho nook, n con-  oxpel worms iroan tho system, but will j vertiblo  collar,  darl-litted   sIoovob,  or  litions of the ays-   long sleeves with ilared  caiffs, and a  induce healthful cond:  teiTi under which worms caai no longer  thrive. Worms keep a child iai a continual ntatc of restlessness and pain,  aaad there caaa be no comfort for the  little one until the nnuso of fluttering  be removed, which can bo easily done  by the use of these powders, which aro  very effective.  High .ind low tides mny bo predicted two years in advance for any  port iai the world by a recent ealoula-  tiloii li.iwi.Ui.ua, conn lilting of XC/Xm)  part.s.  Rlieiamatic Pains  (ienile ana.si-.agf Willi Ml hard'6  will worlt out HiiffneM.s aaid drive  nwiiy jtaUa.  flared section sit tho froait of tho aiklrt  No. 1G92 is In sizes 81, 36, 38, 10 and  -12 Inches bust. Size 38 requires 3%  yards 39-Inch, or 3 yards G-l-Incli material. Price 20 cental the pattern,  Tho garments illustrated in our  now Fashion Book aa*o advance styles  for tlio hoiaio dressmaker, and ilae woman oa' gh'l who doslroH ta woay garments dependable for taste, simplicity  aiad economy will find her deslvera fulfilled iia our patterns. Price of tho  book 10 cents tho copy.  How To Order Patterns  Address���������Winnipeg ttowepapor Union.  370 McDermot Avo., Winnipeg  Pattern  Ko..h,,������hh   also..  ������������������������������������������������������������  ���������^.������^������a������-.������w������aa������������������* ��������������� ..������������.+*������+.  # ��������� ������ ar* ������ ������*������ . ^. .*+..... . *+ . .  Nftnao  -Town ,m.m  *.���������������-* < ������������������������ . . t ^.������.+++*....������+....  > ������w������ <��������� M*m������MM������������������ ������������������  ������.���������������  Further Conference May Be Called  Within T:wo Years  Ko negotiations in connection with  a further conference on the question  of naval'" limitation have been begun  nor are any contemplated for the ian-  mediafe future, the Canadian Press  learas. However*, there is a definite  feeling In British diplomatic circles  that another conference, say in 1929,  naiglat produco valuable results Inas-,  much as it might considerably influence the cruiser program which otherwise would be in tlae process of being  carried out two years later, when the  Washington conference agreement  will be due for review.  The decision not to proceed With  two of the three cruisers which wore  to havo been laid down this iiscat  year is regarded as a gesture of the  British Clovenuuent to preservo a lively interest Jit tho proposals for armament reduction,  Minard's  Liniment for Noural0l;a.  Laundry Run By Peeress  Solicits Patroraaao From Society  People Resldlnfl Iaa Mayfalr  Bedside telephones arc ringing oaa'ly  those Monday mornhags in May fair  and a woman's voice says firmly, "My  dear, I want your washing." Tho voice  belongs to Thirty Ossulston, at poeross  and a .member of West "End aotttnty,  who has started ������. laundry.  Sho takes this method of coaxing  hor friends to sample her von lure,  assuring them that hor laundry is ono  pin en wlinrn bueltlos won't como off  wliltft waistcoats sand whoro thoro will  bo aao laundry marks splotching handkerchiefs, Hor husband, whorls heir  to the earldom of TankorvUlo, Is London's plonoor tterlal taxlcab driver.  Former Frea*ac!h Delegate Says 1S35  Will Be Crucial Year  The United States will not be on the  "same side as Great Britain in another  European war, Henri de Jouvenel,  former French delegate to the League  of Nations, predicted, in a letter read  at the International War Daiiger Conference at London.  M. de Jouvenel, who recently resigned his League post as a protest  against tho policies pursued at Geneva, was to have addressed tho conference, but sent a message which was  read instead.  Tlae Fronch statesman pointed to  tho holding tap of tho recent naval  confci'enco  and  said:  "Naval rivalry brings in its train  concurrently with the growth of land  armnmeuts., rivalry of great states  which are potential foes."  He predicted. 1935 as a crucial year,  until which tho peaco structure would  hold good, but expressed tho hope  that by that time tho League of Nations would havo gained tho authority  nocossary to provont 1ho roourronco of  war.  Scheme Is  Proving Success  Socialistic   Rule   Has   Passed   Experimental  Stage  Ira  Vienaaa  The city of Vienna has just enterell  upon its ..tenth > vear? under So-^I'ilist  rule. It is the only great city ol Suil-  lions of inhabitants which has been  governed by a purely Socialist majority for so long a time-���������the only place  where Sociatlist experiments liave  had a chance to be conducted upon so  grandiose a scale and thereby develop  beyond the expeiimental stage into  what, from certain definite points of,  view/must bo regarded as success.  .-Probably no city outside of Russia  has had more hostile criticism than  Vienna during the past decade. It has  been denounced as Bolshevist; as a  city being ruined by its rulers. Yet  today students of municipal govei*n-  ment come from all parts of the world  to the Vienna town hall admittedly to  learn. :l?    ���������-���������-??  The first striking fact is that Red  -Vienna is as far removed from Red  Russia as the poles. In Viennai in  fact, nothing Is forbidden in tho social order, provided one is able to pay.  : It all depends upon that. On the other  hand, the doctrine of Kary Seita is  definite���������minienum happiness is d������ue  to every one and for that every one  shall pay. Therefore, one may rotain  40 servants if lie deems that number  necessary���������and pay a tax sufficient to  maintain an entire -ward in the; children's hospital for a year. But upon  the theory that human service is  necessary,. servant No. 1 is not cou-  sidei-ed.a taxable luxuary.  Ono, may own one automobile or  twenty, providing one pays ������20 per  horsepower annually. One may attend  cabarets all night, provided he is willing to pay the musie tax. French  champagne may be imbibed to the  palate's desire provided the purse can  stand the strain of the high tax that  goes.to the municipal building fund.  Ono may ride a horse for pleasure and  pay an annual tax of $50, or may keep  a horse for. commerce and pay a tax  of only $5, or may own a Worse to till  the soil and pay no taxes whatever.  Undoubtedly in some ways ��������� perhaps in? many w*ays���������the new regime  is still groping with, difficulty. J3ut, as  the city fathers maintain, It is only  nine years since the revolution and  only seven years since the inhabitants  have been ablo to get good square  meals, therefore more lime, Is needed  to solve all problems.  Watches and clocks made In this  country in the past year had a value  of nearly $2,000,000, tho production  breaking all records.  Is Me-mber Of Crew  Lady Coblmm is accoanpaiaylng hor  husband on his presont important  flight, not as a joyrider, but. u������ n-niom-  bor of tho crow, hor work being to act  as secretary to Sir Alan, to servo as  cook anal to bo roady to glvo first aid  In case of accident. Tho plane is  equipped Willi cooking . apparatus  which can-bo used during flights nnd  this Lady Cobham will superintend.  M'  N  Tlio govfirnrnont,   railway   ndmlnls-  tratloai of India plnno to construct 300  rulUvii af new railway each year, by^-ln  jjin*; ni once.  Tho  Arctic   torn,  which  files  from  tho Arctic zone to tho Antarctic In  It.i .-.inning migration, tvoverrj n nroaa*-  rv dlHlrlct tliitn nny oilier bird.  Growl no Trees From Seed  Tho Land Department of British  Columbia ha������ loaned tx plot near Victoria cily whoro forest Irons will bo  grown from seeds and plauitod airtlfl-  chxlly to renew limber saappllos i'or at  future gouoraitlon. Tlao tiny trees will  tliou bo planted In various govorti-  mm.!. Ui.ibur iv-riorv-cu v.*it.I������hi tho pro-  vine������.  TORTURED FOR  SIX MONTHS  Wi���������i wmnrn  Maritime Man Completely  '   Relieved of Kidney  Trouble by Gin  FilU  When kidneys nro inflamed or  clogged lifo bocomos a misory, as  Mr. W. McArthur of St. John, N.B.;  ronlizett. Fortunatoly, ho also discovered Gin Pilla, and gratefully  wrote:  "I Huffiirod tor nix monthn -with lcl������r-  ������ey <arouMe. liootorn' u������j������l I woulil  Ii*av������ to havo un opuration bnfotro X  ������ould bo back to my heavy work im  , th������ tmachlTio hIioiim. I wan a������.lvl������e������ll  1o try tiln Villi* by tho Oruutarlut.  After talciiiu thruo boxe-i 1 had no  m������r������ trouble,"  <^  3VTr. McArtlaur is not iho first jim%  Bon saved from tho surgeon's luilta  hy Gin Pills, Por years, Gin Pills  havo voHov^d acute Iridnoy (condition!!.  Novor nosrlect backache, lioadacho.  brick dust in urine, swollen joiaits,  dlazincss, spots before tho eyes,  painful, scanty or too frequent  xu-1 nation, Nature's -warning of kidney dornngrcment. Play safe. Taku  Gin Pills. Q0c a ho:c nt nil drug-  ffiats.   National Drug & Chemical  <Vi. of f"n������������idn, T.imH^fL Trivnaito^  Ontario. *,cia  /���������-���������I  ���������y,  1" 1  tiatattitmmMiiH0tttlltmmmmim������mmmmmmmmaammmmm*im**mmlm  ^2^2^21^^ nr**"  s  THE    BEVIEW fiBESTdN,   B;    a  /7 7  i  LESSON:No. 19  Question: Why is emulsified cod-liver oil so wonderful a rood' tonic tor %  young girls and. women?  . "'*?������ -*  Answer : J3 ec aus e . i t  abouiids in nourishing factors that are payticwlaxly!  beneficial to people prone  to anemia and other con-  diiif*H������? fill*"* !������"*��������� *nr������at  st 1 r������ 118-ri f i rxT.'-  <w.B.Mwaj.&w.a9  fveep your system viiamm-  nourished���������take  hTM ���������������������������������������������  SUUII'S taHIULSlUN  i  VtUimge  nuSpusu  | For  Women Lepers  Romance Surrounds Gift Of London  Postman To Indian Colony ���������  Francis Cardinal, a London* postman, who delivers letters in Goswell  Road, has sailed for India, on. special  leave to open a cottage hospilal'which  he lias huilt for women lepers.  Mr. Cardinal served in India during  i T\ Ca   -w o r������     ei rwl    -ray o a  **.**\r* yt%3*9K>\.w.       TTA^U      *.*AVy  siaiTerings of tho ostracised lepers.  After the--war ho became acquainted  Vltli;a.n ,old -woman of nearly, eighty,  ���������Who lived next door, and was also interested in. lepers. A bond of sympathy grew" up between them, and Mr.  Cardinal became a sort of adopted son.  A  short  time  ago  the-  old woman  U6UH,       O.h.t-%*       Jio^ki.       AL&U4       ttt      K7U..aaaj|        AuU.       vL  money, which Mr. Cardinal has put  with liis own. savings, -jalaicang just  enough to- build a cottage hospital at  tlie Manamadura leper colony, South-  ! era India, at a cost of ������125 and Fay  for his trip to open it.  _ -*%i&Q. "Saw** *%&jtt.0&  -& Externally  That's why  modern mothers  prefer Vicks���������it cannot upsett-  delicate stomachs. Rubbed oa  throat and chest, it acts two  wayfe at,once:   .    * " ,-  <1) Its healing vapqrs, released by the body heat, are -inhaled direct, to the air passages;  (2) It "drawsouf' the soreness  l?!r-������ ������������ _old-fashls-aed poultice-.  ^^'^V V ^ S-f %j? r*. 5^   another long sleep. The men canie to  see' him and proffered much, ,'advice-  "Lots of fresh "air,\[ ihey said, Vand  keep- everything quiet, ^and just leave  htin, alone." Helniij roiled in a blanket,  slept on the floor. The men had suggested, carrying Jack to the.. bunk-  house, but she had objected. She  didn't mind keeping him, she said,  and the hunk-house -was noisy.  (To Be Continued.)  a  PAINTED  WRiiS  BY NELLIE L. McCLUNG  COF'fRiGHT, CANADA,  132*5  CHAPTER XII���������Continued.   -.  There was a flat stone by the river  to which she often  took her  English  terTwriting. She wanted to'write to  "Mass Abbie. Miss Abbie would never  tell she had heard from her, and yet if  morning���������a man at work���������and row a  thunderstorm! God speaking to the  ���������wicked! God would not like to see a  man building hi������ hoijse on Sunday,  and yet Helmi knew how the man felt.  It wasn't wicked���������he  could not help  Honored By France v_  Memorial    For -Woman   Who "Risked  Death   Daily During War  At Ldlle there was unveiled one "of  the war's most fitting monuments. It  ..was to a woman of Lille, Louisa de  Butignies, who as bravely as any- soldier on the battlefield- -laid doy/h. ber  life for her country.    During    fifteen  months from the time of the outbreak  ot  the  war  she  worked  behind   the  German lines, bringing men across the  (Dutch frontier to    serve    the    allied,  armies and give .military information  of the most valuable character.  Death risks were her daily adventures. Once she had to swim a deep  s,���������^i. +^ ���������^���������,t . OT~   ,vu    i       j ������ ~.s titnyone asked her Miss Abbie couldn't  oookito reatt. ��������� For she loved'the sound ** - J -  \  -"  summer  of the.flowingyava.ter,.It brought -her,  back  lo the elemental things of life,  an<| told her again the stories she had"  heard when" she was"a child���������-stories  of khan's long struggle with the wilderness,- Hood;  famine and cold-���������and in  its  blithest murmurings  Helmi "could  discern a warning note, it was trying  to  tell  her: that -winter ywas  comijogV  pitiless  and* cold, and   that- now was  the-time, when tho grass was green  and the water running,  to build protection from the    cold,    and    lay   up  stores against that long, white, desolate   tiane.     And   although   the   i*iver  spoke only of the winter, Helmi knew  it had a deeper meaning���������and. no mat?  ter how hard she studied her English  boo&f she   eoaild not altogether. q.oiell  thefgybico of the years.  The velvety breezes- e������  which wont by hea*���������some cool and?  fragrant, with the'wolf" willow which  gre>v thick around the edgt of the saucer-;'? some hot, like a blast fi-ora au  oveni-ybrought the same story and the  saTiidfui-geV falling her with a^diseoa-  tentVahd a vague restlessness that was  new?and disturbing. When she could  bear? it no longer Helmi always was  able? to drown ['the. voices, by, a new  orgylot cleaiaing at the boarcMng-ho'ase."  She? had never hoard of sublimation,  but -she know that something mysterious and uncontrollable, drove her into  actiVlty, and in it she found peace.  Helmi was happiest when she saw  a long day's work ahead of her, nerve  sind muscle tiring���������a day's work that  would seaad her to bed so tired and  sleepy, that the long black night would  go by like a flash, bounded on one, side  by tho moment'hot'head touched tho  pillow, and oaa tlao other side by tho  first'-'whirr of tho alarm clock. She had  doaaaj All she could for her own 111 lie  box,-t>E a room up undor tho rafters.  Sho--'haul braided a mat for the floor,  ntad: hung blinds ol flour sacking,  washed white and rolled on. a red  crocheted cord. She had also mado  holders for her clothes out of rolled,  newspapers.  One day Ilelmi was on Ivor . way  homo-.from���������the teacher's Uouso aftcv.  a lOHSon iat the .proper method of lot  Women, Your Manifold  Duties Require Strength  St. : Catharines, Oiat.���������"Dtariaig aaay  early married life Da\ l^ierec's Favorite  I'l-ftHcaiptaoai was very  helpful to aaac as a  tonic aaad nervine. I  had become nil raaaa-  cloivaa, anynca-vctowcre  all upset, I coaald not  sleep, and was weak  aaad mimaablc. I "was  advised by nay aaaoth-  ea* to try Dr. ru-rc-e'a  Favadcu rrescrip I ioi.  nnd it reUevc*! aiae of  the laervousnesH and aaaadc mo a well,  strong woman. Siaatlc then I havo always  recommended it to weak women,"���������Ma*a.  M, F. Slack, 5 FrnncU St. ..   .  AH dnajniiHtfi.    Fluid or taljlcts.  Write   the   FracuUy   of   'Dr.   Vacrce'a  Invtalidfl   Hotel   In   Buffnln,   N., Y.,  if  yoaa feet*tiara no-ftd of free tadvice,  liver tried Dr. Plcree/fl Pleraaatat (lu  atave.) I'ellcc.M*'  o<������ i'eliettt aror 30c.  Km m,inm������i������������������^>i������miin������i***w<.*ii������������������������ ������������������'������������������ m������mmnmmam*mmmmimmi������im*m*mm*mm**iuimmiui'*im  xv.   n?   u.   rrio  ax-  aie. xaiat was tne worst aoout oemg  ia Christian like Miss Abbie, you  couldn't lie, even when you should.  Mrs. St.- John had warned her not to  write to anyone, but she did want to  -write just these words. "Dear Miss  Abbie,���������Helmi thinks of you every  day?" That couldn't hurt anyone, especially if she had it poste'd in-Edmon-  t'oiic. Miss Abbie would know why she  did not?say more./Slie, wished, again  she could ask "someone. Jack Doran  would be the best one���������he was always so easy to talk to, and he did not  laaigli at her English.    ���������  As Helmi caane close to. the top of  the street, on a knoll that had a balm  of Gilead tree on it, she eame upon a  pile of lumber���������new, shining lumber,  fragrant in the warm air. She stopped  to look at it, then, kneeling down,  patssed ,her, hands oyer the satiny- sus>,  lUee- of the: boards dhywhich the drbpis*  ofygu^n glistened -like gold bead.?? jit  was a sultry afternoon at the end of  June, and she was wondering how she  would get along when the teacher  went away. She carried a bag of laundry���������she and the teacher traded work  to their mutual advantage.  As Helani looked at the lumber a  sudden impulse came ,. to her. She  wanted to build a house-*���������any sort of  a little place that would* be her own.  Wasn't it provoking being a girl and  not able to hit out for yourself���������-never  able to step out and do big things, aaid  here she was, working all day long for  twenty-five dollars a month, while the  poorest man in the mines had four  dollars -aday aatd only worked eight  li purs'..'  It sure Was the, limit!  Aaxd she would just love to build  horselt a house. She would be content  to stay in Eagle Minos if sho had her  own house. Then, sho put tho thought  a-fl'ay, summoning Aunt J..IU again to'  hea* aid. A house meant an anchor, and  she wanted to ho free, always frco.  More English and more money* 'and  then sho would go to tho city, learn  stenography, work Iai an oillco, wear  swell -saalts and have a wrist watch.  Her plans 'seemed to end there In uncertainty. Hut hero at. her feet lay the  material for a house, and it didn'Udo  ;uay harm, to pat the lumber!  Ono sail try Sunday morning just before daybreak Helmi. was awakonod  by a sh'iddorlng crash of thunder that  asooanod to burrow undor tho fooardhtg-  housoi then burst upward with a terii-  fh*. ura.sh like iho blaullaa'^ on tlio  mlnoB. Sho ran to tho window, A dull  Wuo. light was over every thing, and  groat black clouds Iat contmotloai. wero  advancing In iho westovax s.ky. Sho  watchud ihojn, faaclnatod, as thoy billowed, surged and twisted with aav inward, boiling motion. Then she thought  of tiae lumber on thuiItnoU���������it would  get wet and loee Its lovely iiutlny  s'h'oon. ^laeai sho looked uho saw n  man. was-working thoro, sawing a  board, as unconsciously aaa If tho mm  were shining. Thou a ilaro of light-  nlng tan along tho blado ot his saw,  and Holml shut hor oyos in fright as  rmodmr dftfaf^aalaafl* awiil jthook Iho wlaa-  Idowji iat their cafilaagia.  ��������� Ifeani't* nalud acted quickly. Sunday  wanting to build���������sue knew how ne  felt���������she felt too. Now she was running down' stairs and out into the  storm.  The sky seemed,to split wide open  above her head as she ran; the heavens were lashed with knotted cords of  flame swung hy invisible giant hands.  But Helmi ran on. She must get to  this man and bring him in. She  thought of Peter Saarl, all blackened  and burned beside his plough. She  called iq J[um��������� above, the storm, and lie  inust have heard for he turned toward  her, smiling. v Then came ay flash that  blinded hea: and turned the world into  blackest night. Soanething fell into  her arms.  When Helmi opened her eyes a  strange prickly sensation was in her  arms and feet,..She was sitting on the  pile" of lumber, holding someone in  her arms, someone with face ghastly  in the wan light, and whose eyes were  closed. A cry broke from Helmi's lips.  "Jack Doran!" she called; "Oh, Jack  Doran, is it you?'*  She carried him into the house, his  weight seeming nothing to her In her  excitement. Her one Impulse was to  get him to shelter before the.storm  broke. Big drops fell on his face as  she hurried along, and instin.etively  slaeyleaned furthea' over hian to shelter him.yThere W3ty.no. lounge or bed  dbwnstalrs, no place where she could  lay him,. To,her o\yn room she brought  him and Jlaid him -on?" her bed. He  moaned'wben' she-Jyid him down. Then  she ran to alarm the house. The rain  was -coaning down now in torrents,  racing in a mad flood* down the windows, filling the house with a steady,  deafening,roar, through which peals  of thunder came bursting like cannon..'  Mrs. McMann ploughed steamily up  the stairs. "He ain't dead," sho yaid,  "nor nothing near it, but he's been  stunned. You see there ain't- a,mark  on him, but ho sure ha.d a na.sty wallop. It was lucky for. him you saw him  fall."  Helmi did not explain.  ..."He'd have been drowned to.death  like as not if he had been left;lying  there. GqsIi! alai't that ono awful rain.  Wo can't send for the doctor just now,  that's sure. Anyway, I don't -think  there's anything to do Cor Jacjc-fhut  just let*him lie. He's breathjn''-all  right* sand his color is comiu' back."  Helmi watched Jack's palo face anxiously. Ills cheeks were beginning to  loso thoir ghastly pallor, sind lain lips  were reddening. Sho noted admiringly  iho curly hair ^waved back from the  high whlto forehand, the gracefully  sirchod eyebrows, sand the, akin of itho  neck so wuoolU and white. JJetanl  touched Jack's forehead gently1, with  hor hand. Thoro was something  strangely familiar about his faeo; as  ho lay ho Core her. j ;'?  For two day������ Jack Doj-aia laySvith-  out speaking. Once ho opened his  oyoa and soomod aibout to awuko, but  turned over on his side and woaat Into  German sentry. Her cLevices to elude  the passport officers were innumerable. In. some of lier adventui*es street  urchins were her allies. They would  slip- through sentries and bring back a  passport which could be used again,  or would divert a sentinel's attention  at a critical moment when her subter-  Eu'ges had been discovered.  She was condemned to death, and  though the sentence was commuted,  she died neglected, ia a prison in Cologne from pleurisy only two months  before the allied vietory for which  she had worked without flinching.  For Mild Winter Climate. Good Accommodation To Suit All Pockets. Tha  Farmers* Holiday Playground.  Write i ^  Victoria andjsland Publicity Bureau  (George I.  w'arren, Commissioner)  ' ���������    P. ������." Box fiOS. Vletorta^B^jC..  "If ye love Me, keep My commandments."���������John xiv. 15.  Proved Himself a Hero  . Do as thou would'st be done unto;  Love   God,   ax-d   love   thy   neighbor:  .Watch and pray. '  nPta^cja1 oka   JJhg   wryc/aa       orifl      -virrjT-lr-a      0^  .life;  this do,  And live; who doth uofc this hath lost  heav'n's  way.���������^-Henry  Vaughari.  When a man is told that the whole  of religion and morality is summed up  in the two commandments,���������to lorve  God and to love our neighbor, he is  ready to cry, like Charoba in Gebir, at  the first sight of the sea, "Is this the  mighty* ocean? Is this all?" Yes, all;  but how small a part of it dor 3*our  eyes survey! Only trust yourself to It,  launch; out upon it," sail abroads over  ii, you will land it has no end; it wiii  (noiit������'������P    ���������*���������*'<"'������������������������     *������*-w������s-*n/l     4-"wt *i    ^W7^\*������'lfl  ���������Julius Hare.  NO MEDICINE LIKE  HABITS OWN TABLETS  Commander   Byrd    Holds   Honor- For  Three Life Saving  Feats  Commander Richard Byrd, the hero  o'f the most important, from a  practical point of view, of thejrecent Atlantic flights, is a very modest man,  but he holds the honor for three life-  saving feats. Twice he has-saved men  from  drowning���������once  in  a sea  alive  with sharks���������and when, a Washington  theatre "roof fell in, burying many people, he wormed his way in beneath a  gallery,  which  threatened  to  fall at  any moment, to extricate a man from,  under a heavy iron beam.? Forythree.  hours , he...   worked,    although;  ,eyery  movement he made increased the dan-  Ser.  The Oil For the Athlete.^-In rtib-  btnjgdowh, the athlete will find Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil an excellent article. It render3 the muscles audi sin*  ews pliable, takes the soreness .out of  them and strengthens them for Strains  that may be put upon them, it stands  pre-eminent fo"r this puarpose; and athletes who for years, have been using  it can testify .to its value as a lubrl-i  cant. .  For Either the Newborn Babe or  the Growing Child  There Is no other medicine to equal  Baby's Own Tablets for little ones ���������  whether it be fdr the newborn babe  or the growing, child the Tablets always do good. They are absolutely  free froan opiates - or other harmful  drugs and tlie mother can. always feel  safe in using therh."  Concerning- .the Tablets,* 2virs.' 'John  Armour, R. R. I, South Monaghan.  Ont., says:���������"We have three fine,  healthy ehiMren, - to whom, when a  medicine is needed, we have given  only Baby's Own Tablets. - The Tablets are the best -medicin������ you can  keep in any honie where there are  young children.*'.'.  Baby's Own Tablets are a "mild but  thoroaigh^lax-atjye; -which"? regulate gtbe  stomachgVtfnd 'Wov^s; j^ahiBhVlcdnst^  :patioja;.c^.an^,���������4^^e'3ttQnj ��������� break/ up  x;old^''^i^.^anJpleiyfeyeK#^# snake  teething easy/' "They? *are? "isOld by  medicine dealers or direct by mail at  ���������25 cents a box fi*om The Dr.- Williams' Medicine Go., BrockvilleV-Ont.  'A Carnivorous Cow ..  A German newspaper tells of a car-,  nivorous cow found near Bremen.?Dis-  coyering a cra^te of, geeso standing  before the barn, the cow dropped the  hay she was chewing, edged her way  to the crate, and had devoured live  geese before the farmer noticed what  was happening. >.,  A Logical Question  Mi:  penchant  appears as the victim..    This Is qulto  ono of his best.  "Carry your bag, sir?" asked .an  eager youngster.  "No. thanks," Tate replied.  "I'll cari*y It all tho way to' tho station for twopencb." y  "I tell you I don't want it carried."  "Don't yer?"  "No, I don't!",,  "Then," demanded tho hoy, with  perfect logic, "what aro you carrying  it for?"  __ m ,     . ���������   ���������   .,    ,     ,     Always Ready and Reliable.���������Prac-  r.   Ilarry VSAto  has   a   Pa-Vtieular  tically all pains arisiaag from Inflam-  hant   for   tho  yaa*n   iai   which. - he.  jmtXiou can    be    removed    with    Day  Thomas* Eclectric Oil. Simply rub it  on the soro spot aaid it is quickly ab-  sorbed by the akin. Its henli.ng power  is coaiveyod to the ? inflamed tifesaie  which', is quickly soothod. This 11 no' old'  remedy is also a specific for aill manner of cuts,' scratches'; ���������' hriilses and  Bpi*ains. Keep a bottle handy always.  Saskatchewan Means "Rapid"  Saskatchewan, tho name homo by  the great river which rises in tlao  .Rockies in Alberta and flows throaagh  Saskatchewan and Manitoba into lakn  Winnipeg, is an Indian word meaning  "rapid" or "awti:t-flowlng.V1' ���������..      :. V  Vy;lil|s.r,..,?:;,  ,... v. .:~*.po R-'-V       ' - '  V,  BBrVTkliCl A tUWn*:m.M.  Minard's  LinlwiraentWor Grippe.  Want Canadian Graduates  Supply  Is Not Sufficient For Demand  Say Authorities  American college,   youths   may   bo  proving, themselves as it has boon do-  chared,. unfluod for business, - but cor-  tailaily iho. Gnnndian  gradiaate Is bohig  snapped tap hy indaiata-y as ft'.st as ho  is produced,    authorities    said    when  aakod to answer C. W. 31arron. Now  York editor and writer, who recently  said that modorn    aiailvorsltles    wca*o  "uaaiatUng college naeaa    for    pa*aetical  butftlaaefls." The supply of Cranadinai ool  ' Ic-gi*  sradunlrri  v.'an  not.  laitllclrn^t Tar'  tho "domand it was showai in support  of tho contenlioai that Canadian students wero am nasor. aaad success ful In  business.  -i.  KOWEI-S;  It h; ealhwatcd that the acUUi.loiu of  2 graliu; to an ear of wheat, by Luther  Burbank, hh������ added $5,000,000 to the  world'H annuitt wheat crop-,  WAS VERY WEAK  NERVOUS AM MELANCHOLY  Mra. Geo. McKonasio,' Campbollford,  Ont., wrltoB:���������"A short tinae ago I  was troubled very' bady. with, my heart  and norvet*, tho caniso ot it, I think,  was my going through the chaaago of  Jifc. ' ' "*���������'  tcl was very \VeaIc ?and jnclaaacholy,  and so aacr*i-oaia X coiahl hardly bear  to hoar a clock ticking, and I did not  ekep well.  '���������I wan advisedkto .try  so I Hoaat at o*nco  for a hox; look  them , and goi au-  ithc-r^ :ith1 li.'ff.rf*  they were nil roihi  I Xfclt good, any  nerves are flno, t  do aaot mind any  noijto, aiad I can  filerrp w������*U. I ���������/���������ati-  noL aoconaaamncl theni too highly ti*.  tJaoao oufi'orhig txn-J. did."    ^  Prlcn T>0c. aa. box at fdl dna(������Kisffl aaul  alllcii l.J,    uj    ...u...i/,4  CJJ  Keep Minard's Unlmwrat In th������ hoaas������.  *r.rift������ by The* T. Milbuta Co., Limit^  Tmiuj.Io, Oat. W������M*wte,^>->*^W<������*^-J{iS^ '  Local and Personal S5L������������?JU rammRS������ K*'e*  i*HE   CRESTOS   BEYISW  i? on J5SAI.B���������Piano case seven-octave  Estey organ. . Will Rave purchaser  three months' free tuition. T. Goodwin, Oreston.  Wahxbd���������Purebred reiajistered Jer-  sey cow, not over seven years. Must  be bred to full blood registered Jersey  bull, and to calve wathin two months.  JS5. Vanlerberjf. Box 5*, Fernie, B.U.  Creston Masonic Lodge held the  December meeting in their new qtytr-  t������������rs in tbe old Speeare* Hall. lt> was  the annual meeting, and W. Fraser  was elected master for She ensuing:  year*  Percy Watson of Ymir is. spending  the week in town, having been called  home at ihe end of the week for the  faineral' o'������ has father, the late W. S.  Watson, who passed atvay Friday  efsainji*;.  The esa ���������"asjemenfe of Herbs irisming***  ������. former principal of Oreston high  school, to Miss Jessie Baynes of Cran-.  brook. has lust beep announced,, with  the . nmrriage to take place at Christ-  anas time.  J. Cnmuiings, the Cranbrook -shr-  reyor, whs hearo at the first of the  week attending to some unfinished  details in connection with the recent  survey he made of the Indian iands on  Koofcen-ty flats.  Trinity United Church Sunday  school Christmas entertainment will  be held la the ehssreh on Friday evening;, December 23rd. at S o'clock, with  an admission of 25c. to adults, and 10  cents to children.  Manager- ftodfjers announces '-Lost  est*, the Jr^roat" for fcv?c sight's ghsjwlasp,  jPriday aaad Saturday. December 16th  and nth. That the comedy will be of  a very high oisSer as assured by the  fact that George Sidney plays the  leading role.  The ladies' Aid of Trinity United  Church have i-h?ir annual bazaar iu  church basement on Satui-d-.y afternoon, December 10th, opening; at  2 o'clock, with sale of sewine, cooking.  ms5������,Jttfr������    5������.  Oreston Board of Tpss!  Deeesnfoef sessloa on Tuesday night,  and sail n.esaabers sfc^������-ald bs out as it is  expected deie(rafc:i*n representing Huscroft, JLasfcer stad Canyon will bo present to discuss the route of the proposed ���������sort** and south highway.  The last of the season's sidewalk  ^onstructicn will be completed in a  few days. .A walk has been laid from  Vancouver Street through to Hillside  Road0 and construction is under way  to connect up the walk from the Dr.  Liiille residence to Vancouver str* et.  B. Larson, who haa tbe contract for  dyking some 30GO acaes in Drainage  District No. 7, near Bonners Ferry,  was in town at the end of the week,  going, ou to Kootenay Landing on  Sunday wffears* h������9 took charge of ta  C.P.H. dredge, which he has leased  for use in putting in the dykes along  -������i*w. river "fronts**������ of 3NfOs *?=  The long drawn out damp run of  weather cotaae to an end on Monday  night when a gale of con9id.erahie Intensity blew out of the northeast until  well past midnight, and sent the  mercury down to 18 above zero. On  Wednesday morning 10 above was  recorded. The cold touch is to the  liking of the lumbermen whose operations have been held aip due to the  soft weather.  and  Mre. Jas. Queen  of  Noi-Stiiisj Bh.ck.us of 31 t-dn.  Fernie, with  The groom  is. .enrolayed act switchman-at Sardar  and sznrriivdi&teiy after the ceremony  Mr. and Mrs. - Btickus left for their  new home,^ where- the happy event  was fittingly celebrated* vand where  ihey will make their ?uture home.  Canadian Legion Meets  Tiiitlbee was named to make the trans-  * ���������  fer.    At   the   close  a-/veE,y pleasant  social  hour  naents.  was spent, with  Wanted���������For a friend, five-acre  fruit ranch at Oreston or Brlckson.  G. r\ Holitn, Creston.  For sprint? nlnni-Snar; r?Q. i NTnraAcrv  stock, including Black Currants, and  3 year old Asparagus. J, H������ C&rr,  Creston.  UCCU     UK  CAHU Ut- THANKS  Mrs. "W. S. Watson and family wish  to express a very sincere appreciation  of the sympathy and many kindnesses  shown them in their recent bereavement. <    ���������  WHAT CAUSES  GSKMS5 Germs may be there, but  did they cause it?  Firemen ai e at a fire. Did they  cause itP  Germs are ever present, but everyone does not suffer   from   tonsolitis.  Why, then?  Germs attack only dis-e&sed tissue.  Healthy tissue as not destroyed by  germs. Therefore the tissue is diseased primarily and the Germs come  secondly.  Now then whs the tissue at dis-ease  because of pressure on nerves shutting  the life force off. leaving the tissue no  longer nt ease.  Iii As INB1 IUmii 9Jilii*i rilibi  L.AMONT BL.CX2.  NEW HOURS-Cloeed Wednesday nnd  Saturday af ternoona  HEALTH IO WEALTH  so esuse for a.3s*������U, nor  .Icing "tu*e vesper, ii you pee  certain individuals walking down the  street mumbling incoherent speeches,  elaborately bowing to telephone poles  or making fr������ntic gestures to unseen  spectres, because you may rest asssur-  ed it is just another character brush  ing up on Rome Acres. The Community Players have been meeting  and reheareing regularly. They are  fortunate in securing* the services of  Mr. Levers, high school principal," as  director, assisted by principal Mc-  Xjeilan of the public school.  Twelve   candidates   were   initiated  into the Native Sons of Canada at the  adjourned December session of Cranbrook Assembly, which was  held  in  the Parish Hall. Oreston, on Saturday  night.    A  degree team consisting of  I*   P.  Sullivany   Jas.   Martin,    Frad  Byckasan, Will Pritchard,   B. S. Moff-  fatfc,  W. C. Thompson   and   M. GiUis  put on the work in impressive fashion.  There are at least ten   more   to   be  initiated and  it ��������� is possible these will  take the work at a meeting to be held  at Yahk within a few weeks, at which  point quite a number have  signed  up  to join.  Every shareholder  in   the   district  was on hand for the annual  meeting  of   Oreston    Reclamation   Company.  Limited, on  Monday night.    A   comprehensive   statement  of  the  year's  work was submitted by the president  and vice-president and along with the  balance sheet were adopted with very  little   discussion.   The   old   board   of  directors wero re-elected, O. W. Allan,  O. 1<\ Hayes, Geo. Johnson,  U. S. McCreath and S. A. Speers.   The share  holders approved of the issue of a hew  block  of stock to  flnamce operations  uuriug the next twelve months, and  votes of   thanks  were   tendered   the  directors for the very satisfactory way  the company business has been hand I  ed the past year.  The December meeting of Creston  Post of the Canadian Legion wae held  in the new quarters in the Bcjmonson  ���������store building on VistorSa Avenue.  There was a good turnout'of:.members  and the Armistlc dnnce committee reported a profit of jiboait S!5. Tho  mntter of veterans tn need was das  cussed and it was decided to write the  villa-age commissioners asking them to  pay for'help rendered returned; soldier  transients on tbe recommendation of  an investigating committee to be  made up of c. W. Allan, J. K. Iforbes  and Q. H. 5Lc!!yv The Post ������r������ considering putting on a dunce aatSew  Years, and the mutter will be decided  by the executive. The sale of poppies  at Armistice week totalled $01.55. A  vote of thanks was tendered all who  helped with the sale of poppies  The proposal to form a woman's  auxiliary Is stood oyer to the Janaiary  meeting. A strong membership committee was named, with every district  having a representative. The Post  h.is now 30 members and there are at  Pk  Giilif Gii -iBmCes  SUNDAY, DEC. 11  WYNNDEL���������10.45 a.m.  *������ -*   Registered Berkshire Boar for service. A. G. COX. Vaness Ranch, Alice  Siding.  Christmas  *3V  M ���������  Dolls  ^^tf*.mTm.%\ammm0 <J*ft ff&  Goods  Ivory  Fancy  ���������**0&*n&  .. Leather  Al������lM������  .0 m ���������������������������  %Noveliiss  J^ast 300 in the district eligible to join  up. The January social committee  is Frank La-wis, G. H. Kelly and It T.  Mi liner. The Post is taking possession  of its furniture iu the old quarters in  the MaiEun.daine   building and a com-  Kodaks,     Orthophonies,     Chocolates,     Smokes  Fountain Fen$p Christmas Cards  TinselV Cord aM Paper.'      Seals and Tags.  Decorations.     Candles.     &e."  ESTON  STTfflffiB"  ItftiE  1  GEO. U. KELLY  CONDENSED BALANCE SHEET  AS ON 31st OCTOBER, 1927  LIABILITIES  Not-es of the Bank in Circulation.'.  ...., . $    10,481,390.00  Deposits by the Public...... ~     109,014,919.93  Deposits by Othar Banks...   ...       2,514,750.37  Letters of Credit Outstanding..........   834,624.29  Total LiabUities to Public   .....���������  $122,845,684.59  Dividend, Bonus and Unclaimed Dividends......... ... '.  280,582.75  Capital Reserve and Undivided Profit....         15,772,929.81  $138,899,197.15  Call in and  look over my  stock of Xmas. Presents.  I have a  nice line  of  Presents for  Ladies, Girls*  Boys, Men  and Caildren  See my lines of  Toys  JKoxed CriocolotMB  Candies  CHRISTMAS CARDS  from 2 for 5e.  to 25c. each.  VRLiff Jk VjI rC!si \>W.X  IWH A   Wli# ?"|,B   J BA^M  Cupid is Active  Cupid had an unusually busy time  of ll ita Crestou last week when two  weddings were happily celebrated.  The first of these was on Wednesday,  November 3lat, when .Bev. J.Heidmnn  united Rota May, second daughter of  Mr. nnd Mrs. George Strong, in marriage with Earl Gibson Fennessoy, of  Cranbrook. On.y the immediate relatives nnd friends of the contracting  parties witnessed the event, which  took place at the home of the bride's  patents at the Commercial Hotel, Mr.  Strong giving hie daughter in roar-  rift,2<\ The bride'wins gowned in rone  satin trimmed with gold metallic embroidery and ribbon. The bi-ldoBtnaid  waa������������ hor bInter, Mlsa Minnie Strong,  wVioao coaitaimo w������aR of roso faijl. Tho  groom waa eupportcid by J. C. Fennes-  ������y. A buffot luncnron was served  Immediately nftnr the coremony, and  Mr, and Mm. Fcnneafse.y left on ihe  aftan-arsoon train on ������, ehort honeymoon  whioh was spent at Nelson. The dining room of thn hotel waaa prettily  decorated for the occasion, and tho  popailarlty of tho bride and groom  waa* evidenced in a'ariicta array of glfta  sasltable for the new horn*-*  .CS.S3.4..0  Cash on Hand and in Bantcs ............................... ....  in Central Gold Reserve ^. ..........;:...  on deposit with Minister of Finance for Bank Circulation  Ftln<l.................M.........^...................   " Notes of and Cheques on Other Banks..   $14,538,920.5^  3,764,466.66  342,712-36  9,561,176.58  On   Saturday    evwning,   Deeemhor  3rd, at Trinity "United Chaairch parsonage, H(iv. J. Herdman amlted in marriage   MUb  Mjarkin, dstaa^htt.'c  of  Mr.  Bank Premises   Real Estate, Mortgages and Other Assets   Liabilities of Customers under ILetters of Credit as per contra..  Real Estate not Bank Prefiniscs........ ���������   Non-Oirrcnt Loans ..������.M.......������������������.....������^,������....... .....a...................  $28,207,276.12  Dominion, Provincial and Municipal Government Securities and  Advances and Other Securities......  ................   $26,945,708.68  Call Loans on Securities...... ....................~..............���������;.���������...........    21,234,619.72  i..i .ii ���������i  -i ���������ii--ii��������� -i ���������     $76,387,604.52  Otluw Current Loans ........... , ,    $5S,202,801.63  4,990,342.52  955,486.95  834,624.29  365,642.30  162,694.94  $138,899,197.15  -   Biin. i .,'������������������,,r,'��������� ���������������������������- TiTTTg  J.W.WOODS, ~    A. E. PHIPPS,  AUDITORS* REPORT TO THE SHAREHOLDERS t  We report to the ShAreholchra of tlie Imperial Bauak of Cauuada:������������������  lhat we have audited the above Balance Sheet as at October Slat, 1927, and comjwired It with  the hooks and vouchers at Head Office and with the certiucd returns from th* Branches. We have  obtained all the information and cxplauaatlons that we have required, and In our opinion the transactions of the JUaank which have come under our notice have been within the powers of the Bank.  In our opinion the Balance Sheet diacloaes the true condition of the Bank, nnd is aa shown by*  tha hooka of the Bank.  Ihe above Balance Sheet does not induct money which ha������ hem set a%aid������s by the Shareholders  faxm. tinae to time for the purpose of a Pension Fund.  A. B. SnacrnutD, CA., ���������  of Peat, Marwick, Mitchell 9c Co.  D. McK. McCuixamd, F.CA.,  of Price, WAtetliouBa ft Co.  Toronto. November 18th, 1927.  ^^^^_ ^^ ^mS a^u^^ aatf   ^^m-     mmmt ^^_^^^^^ jg^y^^ ^^  r,  Ul  >   V  Al  ta  8  A  s  >*,  > .'���������if  jrs


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