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 .\* <.' f  >,    *.^. ^r  * >*-.-?*  ^povfests^^feassiT - .:..*-***!.  ������5  cs.V'"^  *   r������    *a  ra   -is jt  Vol. XIX.  CRESTON, B. a, FRIDAY JANUARY 13, 1928  No. 49  6&'5JS 2L. 99  Clever Production  The Community Players were greeted by ^a jjapaeifcy house at She Grand  on Wednesday night for ih������������s.- .Saivial  dramatic offering, the tbree-act romantic comedy, "Knaaae Acres.**  The ten ehas-aeters in fche play- wea*  all capably presented, and '-whatever  weakness there stiny have heen" to the  ottering the blame must attach to the  play, which was just a little too  serious for . the a ves age asnafcf ur  company.  The honors of the evening were  veryNevenly divided between Mrs. W,  J. Craig, who assayed the role of 'Jane  "Whitman, the maiden aunt -guardian  ..of the "Whitman family of two.-and  Mrs. Matt. Yoik as Ann Bickette, the  decisive and talkative dressmaker, of  many stammers standing. In almost  e������.*ery detail Mid. Craig was everything the part called for. and assured -  ly SSrs. *Y<ark was equally as prolScient  ���������the hun&>rous features to Mrs.  Yoik's part offering scope to demon  strate'her versaSility.  C. A. Mittun as John Whitman Un  proved as the play progressed. As  the youth Just home zr:������m college he  hardly displayed the vim erne might  expect under such circumstances, hui  its the ambitions1 Sew York resident  he- ran trne to form and in the closing  scene back at the farm his portrayal  of an excnting part was quite up to  the best local anmteur standards.  The task of- supplying the comedy  was well taken care of by Mr*. Ted  Winchcombe," as 'Lib,*' the lady from  Broadway, and Matt, York as the  Sam m home ehom������ b*vy and Baiet-y 4njttev  at the hew home of the WhitnamnVixt  the tnetrojpolis, .. Mi 9. Wincheonibe  uncorked most everything one would  expect of th������v typical product of the  Bowery, and did it with atn -ease and  naturalness that won hea- instant  favor, and Mr. York put over'moat all  - the bumoe his lines provided in the  same entertaining fashion, going aau  tjp form in the last act with -Lib" at.  his bride-elect.  Everyone is complimenting Misses  Beth Putnam and Irene Haascroft,  who maide their first a*tage appearance  in such creditable fashion. In voice,  manner and action generally Miss  Huscroft fitted into the part of the  ' "sweet little country flower" admifab  ly. while Mans Putnam was just as  likable as **a, product of New York's  gay white way." Both had rather  exacting paa-tw for beginners and  under the circumstances their efforts  left jitiie, Jf anything, 'to eo.Hplain of.  As Dave Holden, a yrung fanner.  Boh Maxwell waat somewhat dignified  fur the btage farm hand as generally  conceived, bait haa the good luck to he  poi-sessed of a natau-ally happy disposition that went a long way in mak  ing   ..him  one' of   the - most   likable I  characters in the cast. .. [  High school principal Levirs was at j  home as - the slick New Yorker, and '  desea-ves-ct-edit foi- a modest exposition of ii part that easily lends itself  to overdoing with no attendant  advantage to the part.. As Jim Ferguson* lhe scnemer, aBreve S&ssns&rup  waa quite .the practical realtor who  never lets his conscience get the best  of hsn; in business matters.  Mans. Geo. H. Kel'.y pleased tbe large  audience with yocai solos, with Miss  Ross as accontpanibte, between the  second and third acts. The play was  Well,staged? Mrs. York, who was in  charge of the costuming, deserving  special mention for her work in that  regard*  Miim^&igSimWsW  %0S*%&  Mrs. Wetherehead of Nelson was a  visitor here a few days last week, a  gaiest of Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Searle.  She was on her way home after a sn-  3������������uri������ at Yahk. %vhsre Mr. "Wetber-  head as still emploved.  Qitnnar Larson left at the end of the  week for Spokane for specialist treat-  ment  on   one   eye.   which   has   been  ^a������...������.a...Jl    Ti i^'.    ���������������.       ^^.a        ^^ J      tMrnk^fraiottn^l       * g^  t*Vtr. *.r%M   mtj    mm    -���������������������������������,   *,.������,������     V..JE..0 ja^aiaj-ilJaTaJt      i������2  lose its sight entirely.  The changeable weather of the past  ten daya has- been too much for V.  Rosen, who is confined to his home  with a severe "attack of rheumatism.  Jeffery Cn!Hs left a few days ago for  Ymir, where he.has secured a position  and will be remaining for at least the  winter. "V  ' '^  The haul of hay froan the flats is  now complete, i-?ot more than one  stack now being in evidence. *  2S. P<jol of Ekimoiaton. Alberta, arrived last week ns? * visit with friends,  Mrs.. Pool ensuing In a couple of weeks  previous on a visit with her sister,  Mrs. Gordon Smith.  ti. fooze, I. Rhone*.and $. Bnaback  er left  last   week   for   the   Putnam,  Palmer & Staples*  Limited,   sawmill,  where they will?be employed for fche  next few months* , ���������  v "'**"  The chief -cctupation locally this  month is putting up a suoiaaer supply  of fire wood.     Every body's doing it.  Mr. and Mrs* W. A. Peasa got back  on Tuesday from? a thtee weeks" vis.it  members of the .family resident at  Vancouver, Clovcrdale and Princeton.  Notwithstanding the deep snow  there seems to be Httle to fear from  mice damage in the TockI orchards.  These animals are very scarce this  winter. A year ago hay haulers en -  countered them by the hundreds.  />ur former townsman, Win. Barra-  riniigh, was elected master oi the  Fernie Masonic JLudge at the annual  meeting last month.  them they are shipping out at least  three cases a week.  Kev. J. Herdman is due here on  Sunday morning for the usual Usltsd  Church   service  at. the  schoolhouse.  January Session  ��������� ' 'VV���������' -  Board of Trade  '.f*/  Eric Wood, who has spent the  Christmas and Hs������? Year holidays  with bis parents, Mr. and Mara. Jus.  Wood, returned to Kimberley on'  Tuesday.  Miss Nancy Severn arrived on Tues  day from Trail and will spend some  ^thne   with   her   sister.  Miss  Severn,  principal of Wynndel school.  Miss Phyllis Foxaii, who has spent  the past two weeks with Miss W.  Thompson at Willow Point, returned  to her heme here on Tuesday*  Mr. and Mrs. C. Hindley, who have  been resident at Creston for some  months past, returned to Wynndel at  the end of the week.  returned  df'tCk MtiKobw Will  n SS-itie***   *>ocn..  dent "sosafch of Creston where he is  working as edgei-man in4 tbe Putnam,  Palmer -& Staples,  limited,   sawmill.  Mrs. B. Liangston and children left  at the end of the week for Camnoitv  ?A4&e������ta:' otr "axislt"wlthrhet-r husband,  who is C.P.R. night operator   in that  town at presehfc. .  A. Bi>n������i left "it few days ago for  Banff where he will be employed at  plastering at the addition the CP.R.  l������ putting to their hotel inthat town.  Geo. Davie it^ at present at Vahcon-  v<t������r where he will be it hospital patient  fop a few weeks. ���������-  -.Sit ia quite' authoritatively reported,  that '.*3oy Browell has.disposed <������f his  ranch at the corner, the baiyer being  C. W. Allah, manager of the Impel ia  Bank at Creston.  The January thaw set in at the first  of the week and it begins to ioik as iff  the anow that was taken off the roads  by the scraper gang would have been  better left on the highway���������or not  quite so tuaach removed.  The school scho!aavs Ssssd a couple of  days vacation at th������flrst of the week  il  PrincipH? Pairfeer jbeing on the sick list  ^Monday aaad Tu^**" '  Miss Ruby "Lister is a Crestosi visitor  this week* ������ guest of Miss l������yda iphn-  ������i������n.  -On 4ianuary 8th. in Me*, and  E. TvuiiiriS, a daughter.  BiKi  Mis. A.  Maltholase & Powers are oiat >.with  their wood sswSaaa*; naachiaie putting  up a summer fuel supply for local residents. VThls week they are operating  at^the Col, Lister and John Bird  ranches.  Mr. and Mrs. O. H.Hore and family  of Creston were Sunday motor visitors  with Ma% and Mrs. Geo. Jacks.  Wellspring, McKee?������5e Yerbury. have  about completed a haul of-a cut of  some 2500 ties tn Cain yon siding, and  will be starting to haul nlabwond this  week.    This is for C.P.R. snow fence  *,  construction.  COKPOHATION OF THE  Village of Creston  928 Voters5 List  Court of Revision  NOTICE in hereby ������iven that  on Monday. Jnnnary 9th, there  waa apoated at the Municipal  Building the lirafc revised copy of  the Votera List for 1928, for the  Village of Creaton. AU persons  interested are herehy required to  examine the said hat and , are  further notifaed that on Monday,  January 16th, ai> the hour of 10  o'clock a.an., at the Muaiaoipal  Buildinpr, ft sitting of fcho Voters  List Court of Revision will he  held to add to aaid list suoh  names na may have heen omitted, sanad to strike off any nameb  to whioh valid ohjootioia may  have hoQvn takes!.  By order.     W. O. TAYLOR,  Village Clerk.  mWImf&Om**  Hugh Simpson and Barry McDonald  got bank last week aifter spending the  holidays in Cranbrook.  .   Mrs Backus left last week on a vitait  Wlfch friends at Powell River.  Ernest JLanarae of Cranbrook was a  weekend visitor with Sirdar friende.  Mia.   Arthur   North   got   back ���������on  Wednpwliay laaet ������fter spfrading a few  da$t* -a ith friends in Nelson.  Gerald Cooper of Trailis hero at*  paeatent on n vinit with hit. sister and  hrnthei-wln-law, Mi-a. and Mr. Jaa._  PaMcaiKgo.  Pr. Cullinan of Cranbrook was here  on Saturday und held the usual man,  thly Unman Catnolic Church am vice  at the suhoolliouse.  D. Lombiardo, who liiua been here on  a vinlt with his parents, hue returned  to Keveletaake. Mrs, Lotnbprdo and  baiby nre hero for a longer stay.  Engineer B. R Whlteaide, who ban  been relieving Engineer Neil for the  pa������t few weeks, left for Cranbrook ou  Saktui-day,  Mrs. Geo, Cam was a visitor at  Wynndel on Sunday.  Mr. and Ma-a. J. Pa&ciaa^o and Mtwa  Roale Vntcn'zxo were Carlton callers  on Monday.  M. J. Lanktree is bank from Kitchener and is occupying the house on  the former Millitigtou place, which he  conterplates buying.        , .  Lister hud ita Jaanuary thaw this  week bait it made very little impression on the imowfall that haia totalled  already  this season  aibout four feet.  The Powers and Baker poultry  farms are supplying pairt of the fresh  egg demand at Kimbea-ley,    Between  GRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, -JAN.  here foar  Johnson.  the re  Miss   Dorothy layette  Tuesday Ia������>t after a  short visit with  Boswell friends,  Paul Ofner and son, Oscar left oaa  Tuesday for their trap line at Harrop,  after spending a couple of weeks at  their hense here.  The Co-Operative Fiuit Growers  Association have heen Ousy of iaate  putting up the supply of ice for the  coming strawberry season. " They are  putting up about 300 tons.  Dr. Hose of Nelson was here on a  professional visit between trains on  Sunday.  .  Mr. end Mr?*, M. Opple and daughter, who have bean   visitors  smne t.iae, left last  wee!  turn tof>Jfeeirlibm������^^a^S^sfK^fe^^  The Kill Kara Klub dju-ice on Saturday, with Mars, taster's' orchestra  playing, was not a success financially.  Due the bad ra-ade the usual, crowd  ���������0.-HM not, in evidence, but those 4si  attendance report' a very good time,  with plenty of floor space.  Mrs. Glasier, accompanied by + her  two younger children, left on Sunday  to attend the funerai of her bst>ther-.  J as.'and Ed. Baittertleld of Vancouver, and Mrs. Pitt Brooke of Nelson,  are visiting here at present with their  pairents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Butterfteld.  The latter has been serioaisly ill of late.  Mr. Jnrmaine of Calgary has, been a  business visitor here the past few  days, endeavoring to interest local  residents in for and Chinchilla rabbit  farming. He has obtained several  orders for rabbits  and  it is reported  There was a representative fcurnont  of members for the January meeting  of Geeatoa Boaaard of Trade oa Tuesday  night, ssitw president ^ssli^ssdasae la  the chair* and an auspicious start for  the new year was made with the 9  election nf four new members, J. M.  Craigie, Frank Putnam, B. A. Pal  freyrnan and Guy Constable.  The feature of the session was an  interview with a delegation made up  off A. Spencer, Cany on % -R%y Crisler.,  Erickson; John Bird, Lister, and He  Helme, Huscroft, who were present to  discuss with the board the route of  the proposed north and south highway, acdU*to urge a get together oa  tbe project- in the sfeape of-Citato������  agreeing to back up the efforts of the  project in the shape of Careston agreeing to hack up the efforts of the Huscroft, Lister* Canyon and Erickson^  people who are pressing for the building7 of the highway over pretty xnnet-i  the present road in use between  Creston and Porthili.  C O. Sedges������, ehairui&a of the  committee on highways, and President Mallandaine outlined the board's  position in the matter, hut assured  the delegation that their represents,  tions . *j?g������'-3 have rsrious ������������������elde������*>  tion.  The election of officers was deferred  until a special meeting to foe held oa  January   24th,    which   will-   be   fche  annual dinner, at which the preasldeat  will submit his annual report rand, the  various committee chairmen will re-  Iport on the  year's .activities.     Geo*  C. W.   Allan   and   S. A.  ������^e?s^&re a^sed a scssssasSttsa to  .^jt-i^*^>ji^tjt^^?in, .tte&s ^xmnetUq/a. -  Public Library Anmsai  At the aan-iauai meeting of -CsestQ-a  and District Public Library Association held in the town hall on Monday  afternoon, the following directors  were appointed for the ensuing year:  Mrs. Or. Young, Mrs. T. Ooodwin.  Mrs. J. W. Hamilton, H. A. Dodd and  W. J. Truscotfc, with Mrs. Hamilton  re-appointed librarian: The financial  statement showed a Credit balance of  910 after all expenses had bean paid  to the end oi aast year, hut new saess*.-  bets are needed If the present year ie  to be carried through aa auccrsafully  as 1027; aa last year's financing was  helped by selling- iJ50 of" the older  books  of   the   library,   and   also   by  donations.   Old membera are asked to  that he haas -sold toscs for nt le.isfc one j do their best to get others to join  the  farm.  Loar���������Brown collie -dog with bobtail, amm-et-a to name, of Bob. Meward  to patrty giving information leading to  recovery. John Marahall, P^ase  ranch, Alice Biding.  GARY COOPER in  TheLast Outlaw  From first to last "The  Last Outlaw" presents a  steady stream of headlong  thrill! s. Hawl-Tiding Gary  Cooper and "Flasfi," the  Wonder Horse, keep up  the mad and raerry pace of  *f Arizona Bound"  M������G-M������ News  Two-Reel Comedy  . ar*uj-i*f (���������   w dt%*wst*   st w********* s**j9ts  'EVE S LOVE LETTERS  Local and Personal  ���������^���������r-aartWr-ftMff^raaa^  The January meeting of Trinity  United Chureh Ladiei* Aid wua held  at the home of Mra. Maxwell" on  Thursday afternoon last, and as the  occasion naairked the birthday of the  hostess there was a large turnout of  members to http her celebrate the  auspicioua occasion. In addition the  aid alRn hiad a birthday party of Its  own, each guest contributing one cent  for each year of her age. and about  915 was raised in this way.  A mooting of the members nt Ores-  ton district local, pf the B.C. Fruit  Growers   Association   was   held   on  Saturday reffternoon with Prank Putnam occupying tho, chtiir. W. G.  Littlejohn was agaiin chosen to represent the district at the-annual con von  tion nt Kelowna next week, ns well as  to be director for ��������� .another year.  Three reea-ihationa were put to tho  meeting, avad carried without dissent  nnd itiese wilt h& natbnifttml for wan-  old oral tion at the Kelowna gathering.  Due to the United Church of Canada  changing Its year to end of December  Blot, Instead of nt tho end of March,  tho report of Trinity United Church  Ladies' Aid /Operations covers but  nine months .and was nubmlttod at thn*  annual meeting on Thursday last  when the 10217 officers wero re-elected,  a������ follow������: Presidents Mm. Geo.  Ctaitwrlght; vice-president, llrta. T.  Good win {    secretary,    Mrs,   W,   H.  library, asd !? any have books on  their shelves which they have tread  and no longer need In their homes  they would be gratefully accepted by  the library.  Crawford; treasurer, Mra. LIlHe. The  yeair*s revenues were tn tho neighbor-  ho������ad of $450,  For Sale  In "excellent  condition.  All  accessories.  AU information and  inspection at  DMJ8MM JgaM BB)   -arf-bT H'*fflj*Jffl|S gSA  !j WU.il %& %B%MWi d  CRESTON SSSSS  THE   i^UEEW,    CBESTON,    B.    G.  ������������������fa.'  .%���������  Could Learn From Caivada  i  yZam-Buk soon stl'ays the  ir.f armmatipn .and swell-.  ingr. 'ullsthe t nglihcpainf'and  soothes tii * nijisSii'ffKisisr 3s*ri ts-*.  lion;    Where skin is broW-en,?  British  Of  President Paul von Hmdenfourg has  ���������accepted'the'post of patron to tlae International Aeronautic Exposition to  "be held at Berlin in 192S.  Five occupants of a .hydro-aero,  plane which was undergoing a test  flight, were killed when the machine  crashed from a height of 1,200 foot  over Etang- De Berre.  Blair Kent, a    native    of    Otuiwa,  Newspaper   Man   Writes  Class Distinction In England  Mr. Carey fLOrd, one of the British  newspapermen's    party, ..: who   toured I  Canada last    summer,  has    recorded  liis impressions in a scries of articles'  ���������Jia the" Advertiser and Times, of Ciith-  eroe,   Lancashire.   In   one   article   he  says:  "^TKere are'few or no clas8 distinctions in Canada. At St. John I heard  oaie call another 'Tom' in a most  familiar? way, and Tom who laughingly answered was a member of Parliament, and the man whb addressed  him a menial in the-hotel below the  ranl-c of-waiter. At another, city a gentleman on my right at dinner told me  he could not live in England again "because it still, maintained ..its class dis-  i tinctions. The- gehtieman on uiy left  | had only* just told me any neighbor  | on the right was reputed, to he worth  twenty million d'-dai'S. Halve".the 'reputed' figure and he was yet. a millionaire twice over in sterling and he  had- only to return to .England ami  give an odd hundred thoiasaaxl to a  hospital and-he eoaild command a  j peerage���������a passport to    the ..highest!  Ont.,  and for many years an oi-iciaM society.  This, is   an  objeot  lesson   to  Britain, where traditions die hard. Jf *  ���������3f0.liother .^fartlhfg |^ihoy:atjj6i:i. l?y.||Ca?i-;  adffs greatest bargain^^ :  a\yay free...of charge ..50,000 pairs..;:o������..ladles'?  piii'e silk hosiery to our mail order ciustdm-  er-UThi.s unique- offer is open to all between  anrvy and April 1st.,. With --every, .order ...sent  "US: amounting to $5.00 jve enclose you, free'  & %a!r s^f hsgh grade silk hose worth.' $]..2$,'  '(any- size or color).-If your order aiii oilnts,  io?^;i,y .*i>l5,00, wc send you'fthree pairs free,  aud so on. \Vc arc .not is^tu'ng' a 'Mid-Witvter  catalogue, and .'-arc giving our friends the  benefit of this g'reat saving;, We urge you to  compare tlie low prices Lasted in ouryMahu-  ' fact'ttJ-orVs Outlet. Sale,,Catalogue, .wl.tlv? tltc  liig-her prices olYerecl yqtaVas- January, buying  'mc'uccuaeaUs by other mail order houses.  Check over our last bargain catalogue',. .aj:  once, and "mail An Jtotir .orders-..early.-���������.The.  - Savings are tremendot-s.-and remeniher yota g-et  ��������������������������������������������� silk hosiery now ahsolutely free with every order over $5.00. We will be pleased to mail you  our latest catalogue free on request. Sharply  write youv name ancl address on'the. margin of  this Ad. . ...: ���������        .;    --,   ,..-...-*.   ...-,,. i-   ..'.- -.V  of   the   Canadian   civil   service,   died  suddenly in Los Ans*eles, following- a  ---<=  -- ���������; the imaginary    somebodies     iaa     our *  heart attack. He was 72 years of age.   ; coimtry could forget? their ��������� ian aginary '  a  weight-lifting'  capacity  of; c;ass -superiority they -avould do more j  W'ith ^*- %>   %s������������yt  thirty -passengers, probably the most i to check the present-day tendency to-  powerfaal air liner in the world is j  being built in Scotland. It ts an all-1  metal monoplane with a wins' span1  of 140 feet.  The Str-yt of Gibraltar, which no  man has fever been recorded as having  swam, stands victor over two women  typists from London. Both of the'iV  came within a few miles of she Spanish shore.  An order for four locomotives for  *"he Edmonton jDmivessn and 33.C  Railway has heen placed with the  Canadian Locomotive company. Work  on the order has been commenced and  will give employment to 300 men.  The Edith Gaveli Post of the British and Canadian War Veterans, m  Pittsburgh, was presented with a  Union Jack at a joint ceremony by  the veterans, the Ladies' Auxiliary  aaid the Lord --Kitchener Post: of  Homestead, Pa. -   '  An Exchange"'Telegraph"' despatch  * froan Athens says the G-reek Government has: recalled, its minister from  Turkey '"because of dissatisfaction  with the manner iaa which Angora has  carried out various agreements annexed to the Treaty of Lusanne.  The number of farms' devoted to  raising fur-bearing* animals iaa Canada is increasing and figures issued  by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics  shows., that for the year 192G there;  were over four hundred more such establishments .-fehaara id 1925.  Experts at the French Foreign Office began q. study pf a Franco-American peace paet which has been suggested by Secretary of State Kellogg.  The experts wea-e given special 5n-  structiotts by Foa*eign Minister Briarad  to report on the reservation iai the  Washington text,  ward   Bolshevism' than'  all   tho  ana-,  Bolshi-agencies they have already rjet  up or are ever likely to set'up."  HiOiiipcg  newspaper im  Recipes For This Week  (By.Betty. Barclay)  Od/A/org,  J1TXKBT "PLUM  PUDDING':  Vt pkg-. varailla junket."*  I pint milk.  Speck each of nutmeg:, cloves 'and  cinnamon.  ta  cup grape-nuts. "        .  li cup raisins. ���������   ���������������-������.���������    .    V  *i  cup chopped dates.'  Put grape-nuts,' raisins and dates in  the bottom of the dessert glasses.  Warm the miik to lukewarm ��������� not  1 hot. Remove from the stove, add  ! spices and jiahkfet; powder and stir for  \ oaie minute to^ disolye. Pour at once  j oyer the fruit and ( grape-nuts in tlie  UNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  JANUARY IS"'  jjEZsius And ..sjnmrs'  Golden Text: "I came not to call the  righteous, but sinners."���������Mark 2.17.  ". Lesson: Mark 2.1-17.  ........  Devotional Readiaig: -Psalm   32.   1,  2, 5-7,  io, 11. '���������:���������"..  Has Already Netted Million  British -Convict Ship''Oh'Exhibition in  \\" U.S. Sill! Draws; Crowds .  More than '$1,000,006 has*be en made  from the old British convict ship Success, which Was on exhibition in 'New  York'in 1921 and 1923, and since then  has been on the American waterfront  and rivers. Captain David Smith,  owner of the vessel, said when lie sailed, for England in the White Star liner Cederic, that his property would  probably keep drawing crowds until  it rotted away. During the  years  it  Explanations aaid Ctmimeaats  I. An Instance. Of Persevering  Truth, verses 3. 4.���������When Jesus returned po Capernaum and" it became  known that he was in the house, so  great a crowd .gathered that there has beeaa. in the United States more  was" not room for more even abdnt the ! than 20,000,000 people have paid to  door.    Four menfwho had brought a ! see it and- me torture" instruments it  palsaed friend, to  Jesus,  finding  that'   .���������, . ^   ���������.        . . ���������    ���������.  ,������������������     -_.  they" could hot   come   Aear him,   as-: stall carries. The    decks   where,    foi  glasses. Let, stand in a warm room cended with their ."burden to the root. J forty-seven years following y its  jvnHi firm-about 2(i minute's then They - made an opening- through ihe j launch in 1790, convicts were punish-  until firm���������ahout    20   mmutes,   .tnen | roofrfarid let the man down before the ! e<3 - stm_ carry   the   instruments  now  Great Physician". -' -  If it was one of the better homes  in Capernaum,, there was a central  courtyard in which the crowd gathered, and Jesus spoke t6 them froan. the  gallery, or veranda, which extended  around the v/alL; o������������the hoaise. In tliau  put in a cool place!'"uatil serving time.  HOLIDAY SAI^ADS  Oro.aiges, Bananas and MarshanaHo-avs  Peel and slice oranges; cut slices into segments. Mix witjS'bananas peeled  and cut into" dice and marshmallows  \ cut, into quarters.    Put-   into    serving  I dish and sprinkle with sugar.*--  considered  too   terrible   to  Success is in Toledo now.1-  use.   The  Peel and slice oi-anges; cut slices  into segments. Put/into serving- dish  and sprinkle with sugar and grated  cocoantxt.  Every careful-and observant mother knows when her child sufEers from  worms. She also' Iciows that if sorri'e  casojit was :the tiles of the roof over 1 t>emedy be not speedily applied much  the veranda which were removed:. Ir {.harm will result to the infant. An exit was a poorer house, there was only * cellent preparation for tliis purpose  one rpoiri, with an outside stairway. is Millei-'s Worm Powders. They  leading to the roof, where in warm j drive worans from the system and set  weather tlie family slept. The roof j up stimulating and soothing- effects,  could  be     easily-    opened,     or     diag  ao- that-the child's progress thereat ter  is painless and satisfying.  Drives    Asthma   Before    It.     The  Motorist "It's not any    fault!    He  was crossing in the middle of the  street.  Policeman --"Don't tell me that.  lie's lying right here at the street iai-  icrscction!"  Motorist- -''Well, he was 1n the mid--  die of the block when I hit him:"  through, for it was almost fiat, sloping only enough to let the rain run  off, and was composed of mortar, taa-,  ashes, and sand roiled until hard.  Sometimes the joists were covered  with stone slabs, and if this was the  . case  in  Peter's  home,  the men had  smoke or, vapor from Dr. J. D. Kel-, not only to dig through the earth but  i������io\v your family better than I do."  logg's Asthma Remedy gives asthma  to pry up the slabs. -**    .'   no chance to linger. It ea*adicates_ the j     The bed was but a matta-ess. padded j     ������������������.���������������������������,..., ���������M-nAt'rttw.������.     The healincr  Man at the Cash Register���������"Listen.  I wouldn't cash a check for my own  brother!"     /  Stranger���������" Well,    of    course    you  ���������Acts EAkc; a Flas.ai  In Believing Colds  , Tlint'a  why bo  many  peoplo- Inijr  f,������udjla������y'rt"   to   end   C<^k1������s.   Brora-  rlsitjci  mul nil  TI)rant,   Cheat and  J.una,' a ro-uadcH.  It'������ anaa^aitt, ploaaant,  fminnntcctl.     You'll iioto ita xantqiio  .' pawoM  in  lh������ vory tlrvit  dans.1���������nnil  tfaorc nro -10 .loson In n TR-a-unt bottle I  A.-ik your drUKtfiat Cop "33ucl'.lc-y'ij'".  W. K.  Wurlaley,  T.lmltetT,  1-13   Mutual   St���������   Toronto  3  BhJi-s2 if-d. ������������-(ne.fw<S  vam *qb>st*LMssumi so.   ~y*s  m i xtii n.n **V a������  i  gSL^ Atas like ������ fTniTi��������� ojgi >  A WisiiaagulHliett Frock  Tho charming- frock pictured here  is a smart" and extremely ga:acefui*  style. The flared drapery is sewn at  each wide of the skirt and the long { dolts work well  dart-fitted sleeves are shown with aaaa  without cuffs. No. 16-90 is in Efizes 34,  3<5, 38, -i0 and 42 inches bust. View A,  size 3G, requires 2 yards 39-inch-plain,  and 2Vi yards figured material, Vipw  13, size 36, requires 2 yards 39-inch  figured, and 2Vi yards dark material.  Price, 20 ceaits the pattern.  Our Fashion*Book,.illustrating thn  newest nnd most practical styles, will  he of Interest to cvei-y home dressmaker. Price of the "book 10 cents the  ' ropy.  cause. Our experience with the relief-.' qailt, or blanket, and as the roof was!     ^owerfai!^^?<JJfi"������' rt,wr.,-������ mn  giving remedy shows how actual and i*ow the four men could hold on to the ProPer,t,c,s ������ sl*'?lB?nilal?������a a^e c?������  positive is the suefcor'it gives. It is corners and by stooping could let  the result of long 'study and e-xpera- ftj0wa the sick snan without the aid of  anent and wag not, submitted to the i-opes C������a"aro represented hi most pic-  public until Its makers knew it woaild (tiaras of the event). Probably in bringing tho man'the bearers carried him  How To Order Patterns  Aa.hliv.fiB- --'WiiaTilnPK  *Nc-\VKp:ap-r-r trail oat,  175  Mcnoranot Ave., "Wirmlpef-*-  Pal loa-n   No      Siv.o   J^. submarine marnot, xor lifting  masses of iroat arad^ steel plate from  wreckage, has beeps designed in England. 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"If yoaa land that one door ia blocked, try another; and if no ordinary  waxy la open, make u new and extra.-  ordinary vvay. Tear up the roof, make  a new departure. Lovo i������ invent I vo,  and enthusiasm, is pea-sin tent,." ���������  Samuel Chadwick.  centrated in every bottle of Dr.  yrhomas* Eclectric Oil, forming one ot  tlie ariost beneficial liniment3 eyer offered to the use of man. Many can  certify that they owe their health to  at. Its' wonderful power is not expressed by the small price at which it  sells.  One great drawback to the popu-  In ������>H,y of'the inavilublc Ih Its refusal  to matko concessions.  Be loving aand yoiiAvUl never want  for lovo, ������������������ -       ': ��������� ���������>   ���������.  i ....  If ia wfnaaian in JcuIouh of laer htu.-  band it iifm'aHy lt������<������r>������ hor no hvsty tlant  Mh������  liriHii't   niuoli   timo   fen?'  imythinfr;  \\"  VI.  iul5  .   LESSON No. 17s_.  Questions WKy is  emulsified cod "liver oil  so efficient a food for  young children ?  Answer: Rickets or  weak bones are evidences  of lime-deficiency. Emulsified v itamin������rich cod-liver  oil helps Nature supply  this deficiency.'  Pure,, plenflimfcly flavored,,  nothing quite aurpasaes  vjrllXT v   EaSJiSlBE VBIlSil  Ni> laaca'a-aasie Im Outurlo thiHullnc Tax  At tho coantflufllon oC u lonctliy eab-  lasct mooting held in Toronto recently,  ' Hon, O. Howard Forjcfus'on, Ontario  ' premier, doflitltoly anuouaaced thftt  i tit ore Is to be no increase in the g-ado-  Hno tax during* the year of aoaR. The ( jinvo io g0 aml ]i0 dowti.  Tit& i& Pirn ^  ���������LEFT HER WITH  A VERY WEAK HEART  Mrs. Beaahili Ilemoaao, Pleasant Elver,.  K.B., -���������writcas���������"-Having i������uft,'ero-4 Witla  ihu fflu' a' tovr yoaw'ia ago, If waa left  with aa \ory wenk Ivonrt.  111 wan naittblo to jjo about, tuid  covalcl not do m;r houfiotvork.  "I would got dizzy apella and tvouM  Increase was bound, ta come, said Air.  Ferguson, but woaald not come during1  the coming' -year, bocauoo current: a*oad  oxponcllltarofl woa-o not, bailmr taiot out  of current re vena so- but out n'S tlio  capital faaaid.  A Uicatro In Ijoudoan, Knglaud, wiU  try a novel oxjiorimoint by nrrnaiR-bsp-  for pas-lcinff 5,000 atitomobilcH of patrons,  IL Isn't whfit your p;randfath'oir wara  but. what yom auVai, that really noimtn.  "I could not stoop at n.Rlit an tho  Joaa8t; iattlo aaoiao would wnlta ano aip,  <rX tried cHlTercjit khulu of jaswdioiiip,  baat tlaey Rcbnacd to do aaus aio good.  -"'A friend jrccoimaicaaded  I laavo used f.viv  boxo:a and tan aani.'li  \betteri do aiot. yut  tlaofio aliz/y ppoll������,  naad enai uio \\\y  ovai work an well  aa ever,"  For froHtWIo ������m������ Mlaviiral'H'l.IiiJiaapaaL       Toroaato, Ottt,  pj.k������ *50i*.. a 1)(jx nt all <lriapj(5>������l������- i-"'11  'dcsUers, or iiiallcd diroot? on )w^i]ii an1  j  ���������praV.fl lay 'Itio 'l\ Unburn o'o,, j.imiaf������i, /.  TTTXT^  T>TT'-\rTT7'TTr  0-1,1..   V   XXJ   T r   j  v JLB,a_.kJ a. Vj������������0������ 3  T3  ^>H?aiM   rF f ICTaf I M~ ���������MVnt  IVar Troubles  due to Acid  INDIGa5S+lON  ACIO������TOMACM  HEARTSUfttS  HEAOACHt  <SASES-MAUSCA_  Irt  ***,  fa  i  -What many people call indigestion i tasteless alkali in- water will neutral-  very often means "excess acid in;" the ; ize ihstantly many times as much  stomach. The stomach - nerves have j acid, ahd the symptoms disappearv at  been" over-stimulated, and food sours.' once. You will never use crude meth-  The correetive is an. alkali, which raeu- ; ods when once you learn .the efficiency  atralistes acids instantly. And the best I of this. Go get a small bottle to try.  alkali known to medical science is ' Be sure to get the genuine Phillips*  Phillips* Milk of Magnesia. It'has re- Iviiik of Magnesia prescribed by physi-  mained the standard with, physicians cians for, 50 years! in correcting ex-  ���������in the,50 years since its invention.       jces3 acids. Each- bottle contains full  of    this'   harmless, ��������� directions���������any drugstore..  spoonful i  PAINTED FIRES  BY NELLIE L, MeGLUNG  ing w!h-a.t fee wanted, he went to the  wall, wheref on a huge spike, pages of  newspapers were impaled. He searched through them for a moment and  then returned "to Jack and placed in  his hand a page of a Winnipeg paper.  Jack- took, it, wonderingly.  -"Ready this,?* said the older man, triumphantly, f'an'd then tell me if you  still want to go on. We keep a file of  police happenings and find them Very  interesting."  Helmi's face looked at him from tlae  page. ��������� ' ,,  -"Arrested* in a Chinese den a year  ago���������escaped yesterday- from the  Girls' Friendly Home," Jack read the  words1 aloud before he was able to  grasp their meaning. He readv every  word of it, though the words seemed  to be made of fire that burned him.  Even the Magistrate was    sorry   for  Will Keep Its Place  No   Danger   Of   White   Race   Being  Dominated By Other Races  Dr. A. Herdiicka, specialist in physical anthropology at National Museum in "^Tashsngton bslisvss the  white race should continue to hold its  own with all other races.  "If some cataclysm, of general epidemic should befall it," he said, "it  would" go tbe way of aU races -��������� so  afflicted and sink to a secondary position. But unless this should occur, the  white race,- despite the liowls of those  who predict that the rising tide of  color will sweep all before it, will  stand well to the fore."  The great advance of evolution in  the futaire, Dr. Herdiicka asserted,  will be in mentality.-  I nvtvwt  artjTi.������tr*(n������ff%**f*i*fcT/nar?  COPYRIGHT, CANADA,  1925  CHAPTER XVI.���������Continued.  f'^Go easyon the Finns, Captain,"  said,^ack,. laughing; "I am about to  anaia*ry one;"?  Mr. Blackwood gave Helmi, a long  insolent stare, before which her eyes  fell. Were all: magistrates cross "old  mesi.? ..Were -they.angry at ;her,. because she caaxie'from another country?  "You'll need to keep her. in her  place, young "man-, she has the eyes  of a broncho.' Theygf' are?, ay high-  tempered, murderous? lot,yVthef Finns,  fj.<jhting, stabbing, shooting."  "'We're in a hurry. Captain;," said  Jack, stili unrumed;?;y"^|if?y^u'?'wilV  get along with the business now .we  vvill be very glad. I have-the license  here." ���������---"' ���������;.??:??:.."*???:????.?? ??:-;'  The old man put on a pair of smeared glasses and began to hunt through  the' incredible turmoil on . his table,  looking' for the necessary papers,  swearing as-he drew out each handful that failed to- reveal the proper  forms. Someone had baen interfering; he never could leave anything  and find it,.again; theyf had? been here  yesterday Or tb?fevtlay before. If- people  would only leave his things alone 1  . .he would set a trap, aaraong  his papers; and he hoped it would cut  their damned fingers off.  Mr. Blackwood went to the cupboard, took out a teacup, poured himself a drink from a brown bottle, and  made anothetv attempt. "Utter a, second  drink he found what he wanted.  Helmi hung to Jack's arm, terrified^  "I don't like it," she said-  ���������"had luck  it will bring���������it is so smutsfg-���������dirty  and bad.   He is ducken, coano away-  we will go to another one  could get married, nice way.  Jack tried to reassure her.  ' "Show" me the license," the magistrate ,-said,   swinging  around Vinyhis  ���������-chair. "' '���������--  Jack unfolded it and -put it in his  Mrs. Wilson's Experience a  Guide to Women Passing  tKtougk the Change of Life  Hamalton, Ontario. ��������� *��������� 1 have taicen  several bo ttlos^qf Lydia E.Pinlcham's  Vcgotablo Coin-  pound and I icari-  notspeak too  highly ot at as I  w aflat the Change  of Life und waa  all nan-down und  had no nppottto.  I waa very weak  and flick, aand tho  painn iai my back  weva Hi. bad 1  co uldhai'cl 1 y mo vo.   JI got very sod at  tiraca und thou gh't I had not a friend  caa uarth. I dad not care if I lived or  diod. I wart very nervous, toiv, and  dial not ko out vuay much, A mcml  :adviaaed aaae to try alaottto of lydia.'K. .  i'inkhuivi'H Vegetable Coraanoaand, ������������r  I did, I aaa a farmer'h wiu% and al- '  vvay.-i wi/ila ("1 Ja;,nl nrAW InU-Sr, and  wn������ in bod for two nibnths. 1 bcr?aai  to i'ovX like a new woman after the  Ural, bottle ond I reconaaiacnd it with  iCroat Hiiceei-is, nlao lydia ,32..1>lnk-  huaaa'a Livair Pi I la. I aaaaa vvill inn: to  jifaawer lottom from women aiHttiaa-at;  about your mftdieinoo, ma I cannot  j-ipunk too highly of thorn.*-"--Mm.  Km ma WH.HON, -171 Wilson Slrtioly  If Hamilton, Ontario.  fc>olii by druggiHiU, everywhere,     o  \V.     N.     U,    171*5  The magistrate read the names  aloud���������^JoiinWard fDoran and Helm**,  Miiahdea:. "'"' /". **-  "Milander���������Milander?" He looked  up suddenly and regarded Helmi more  closely.* ' ~ 'V  Again fcer eyes-fell.  Vy   .  Then-he turned to Jack. "I would  like to sepak to you alone," he said,  "if Miss Milander will step outside?"  ;:' Helmi went? .out, "-lad to be outVdf  the yfoaai air arid awkyVfrom the seru^  tiny of the old man's eyes, which reminded .her uncomfortably of the only  other magistrate she had ever seen.  "Mr. Doran, I take it you are a  Canadian?"  Jack nodded.  "And an educated man���������-a college  man perhaps?",-  "I put three years at Queen," Jack  said.  V"Npw you propose   to   marry  this  Fin&^h%frif?*^V -   -     -   '  "I certainly do/' said Jack.  "Now* Mr: Doran, I want to point  out to you tlie folly of this-course. The  girl is pretty, I'll admit, of a certain  type of barmaid beauty."  Jack interrupted���������"Now, look here,  I aars not asking for advice from yoti  or anyone, I asked you? to marry me  to this girl���������that's all. Will you do  it?"  "Listen," said tbe magistrate/ "and  don't lose your "temper. What I want  to tell you is this. You don't need to  I wish woJ������������3t91'ry thls gir1-   Thesc foreigners are  not particular���������this   license   will   do  her. They have great respect for a paper, and a man of your standing will  soon tire of a girl who has nothing  but a pretty face.".'���������>  "So your advice to ;mc,,vwhen I*ask  you to marry us, ia.fbr me to fool the  girl, to make her think she Is married  to me. That is about the rottcnast  thing: I oyer heard -a man say J"  "Wait, now���������don't' shout I" Tlio  magistrate was determined to be patient. "I wish to God someone had  givenlme this advice when I wa.i_.your  ago. Was tills girl the waitress whoro  you.had yoaar meals? I thought so -.-  same, old story. She tookashlne to  you-following you n.bout. I lmcxvr ���������  the same thing happened to mo, and  now I llvo hci-e, where the boldamc  can't find mo."  "Why cloos*8hei waut to find you?"  'asked Jack, without any attempt to  dltfguise his contempt.  "You'll know moro of thoao thlrajiid  befoa-o you aro done, if you marry this  girl. Now, I've triod to warn you in  general terms, but you won't take It.  Thiii is final, is it?"  '"Yos, f-lr, I am going}, to marry Holml Milandor honestly and legally. If  yoaa do not wauit to do it wc can %%o  to t'lotncono clao."  "I'll mara*y you, nit right, but before tlaat I want to ahow you somo-  thlaig. You h'avo been very importlnom  to mc, tout hovetthcloaa I wanit to lac  fair to yoaa anywavy���������and I am doinj-f  for you what I would wtuat someone  to do for my boy if I had onw. Perhaps yois would be laterente** to look  at tlaN."  Without, any dUIloaaU.y nt all In -final-  "It's a damn lie!"  broke from his  lips;- "it's a horrible mistake! See, it's  the-same name���������that's-'all* If it -were  my Helmi wouldn't she have changed  her name- -vyhen she came here ? She  wouldn't be fool enough to go on under the same name." ���������..'%;'.  Jack knew that Helmi did nolfftaik  of  her  life   in   Winnipeg,   though   it  came oait one day tliat she had*?been  there,a year; and the date of tite escape recorded here corresponded-with?  the time she carsie to Eagle Mines?  Ja^k'ia^ throat yftvas dry ahd his soul  SickV within him?; but^ to believe that  of Helnai!  He couldii't���������-he wouldn't.  There were iio dark ctaapters in the  boy's own life. He had lived the clean,  active,  life   of. a   decent   fun-loving  youth.    He knew of the evils in the  .'wdrldf-,--havtaj^ of  men wbo sboke of    their    carptisals  without shame,  but he  had  always  been repelled' by "the coarseness'iy-'the  vulgarity of it all. It couldn't h/e ���������  Heimt was as sweet and pure  as a  prtiirie flower. If she was arrested it  was   some   rotten   mistake.   No,   he  would not turn her down.  f'^s^itVher pictaire. do vou think?"  afsked^ttiie magistrate, coolly.  ...... "I am.not sure," said Jack, "it's a  ybungf girl of "Nordic type, dressed as  they all dress. I never saw my .girl  wear these clothes."  Jack read the words again, and  then handed the paper back. He had  taken his resolve. "Now, you've done  your duty," he said,-trying to speak,  calmly, "I am going to haarry Helmi  Inlander, and if .you ever show this  paper to anyone a^^dftry to injure any  wife, I will come back and deal with  you���������old man though you are. Now,  get your: book/or whatever you go hy,  and come outside; tlie? atmosphere of  this house is hardly right for a wedding."  Jack had never felt such a heed for  fresh air���������another_minute in this foul  place would smother himV  Outside, with the afternoon feun  shining, on them, and a wind f roiri the  pass blowing the leaves of paper the  magistrate held in his hand, they  ��������� made tlieir vows according to the  bald rites of civil rftarriage. Jack  could not afterwards remember what  he said. He only knew he had.a great  desire to take Helmi in his amis anci  protect her from every evil thing in  tho world. '"   ?     ��������� ���������    " '���������  When they began the drive home  the sun had gone behind tlxe mountains. As the early-chill of evening  came down upon them Helmi was silent and distressed. She knew there  was something wrong. The magistrate  was her enemy like the other one.  Why wero thoy all so cross to her?  She determined to ask .Tack.  "Why did ho nob want to marry  mo?" she asked, when thoy had  reached the top of tlie hill anacl stopped to look back at the Httle town,  which would soon be blotted out by  the purpling dusk.  (To Be Continued..  tslVH Umr!L������������i1U!,  *>  Ski  %#<���������������  .JTSf   With- On������  /\to*S m*K ^j* jl  Subbed on  throat and  chest, Vicka  does two things at once:  V (i) St Is vaporized by the  ���������foody heat and inhaled difect to  the inflamed air passages, and  <2> Jt stimulates the skin  like an old-fashioned poultice  and "draws out'* the soreness..,  ���������   AVAPORUB  r*������������*a    at at       r>_ ti ���������    xvt   _i_  Liuse neips ror ihis weeft  By Always Keepinf   Baby's Own  Tablets In the Home  A simple and safe1 remedy for the  'commoni ills of babyhood and childhood should be kept %in every home  ���������where "there is- either a baby or a  young child. Of ten. it4s necessary to'  give the little one something to break;  up a Cold; allay fever, correct sour  stomach and: banish the irritability  that accompanies the cutting of teeth.  Experienced mothers always keep  Bahy's Own Tablets in the' home as a  safejguard' against the troubles that  seize their little ones so suddehly and  the fyoung mother can feel reasonably safe with a box of these Tablets  at hand'and ready for emergencies.  Baby's Own Tablets arc a'mild: but  thorough laxative that act without  griping and they are absolutely  guaranteed free from opiates or other  harmful drugs. They are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25.cents a  box from The I>r. Williams' TVTedicirie  Co., Brockviile,'Oat.  Novel Fire Alarms  laoud  Speakers  Have Seen Installed  In Streets Of "Edinburgh  "Nov������l loud speaker fire alarms have  been installed :in* the'streets, of Edlin-;  burgh., ���������..��������� P -,.:*: .���������;;. .,. \..  VA.ny one wishing to report a fire  breaks the glass and immediately the  door opens disclosing two apertures?  Above one-isypainteaj.. the waprds "Wait,  'Fireman, will? speak"' and ? above; the'  other, "Reply Here." The breaking- of  the glass also rings an alarm bell in  a fire station duty room. V  Altliough the 'fireman replies  through an ordinary telephone trans-  .mitter his yoice^can be heard 12 feet  from the alarm box. When the fire-  anan answers the persons reporting  the fire gives the exact location.  * Police and ambulance calls ?also are  sendable through the* fire-boxes. One  advantage of the new system, it is  said/*is?that it reduces .temptation to  send in false alarms.  "He that is faithful in that which  is least is faithful also in much." ���������  iauke- xvi. 'lO.yy ���������.'-.* ^ ? ?;   *: '  Thshk naught a trifLe, though it smal!  .-,:-.--.appear;.-���������-.'..  Small sands the mountains, moaxients  ihake fthe year.  -A.ndtrifl.es life. ���������r-Young.  V f Eveary human being vdipm. we approach sh.ould.be the better for us.  ���������William Eilery Channing.  .Each of us is bound tornake the  small circle in -whiph he lives....better.  and happier;  each of lis is bound to  see that out of that small circle tlie  widest good may flow. -  ���������Arthur Penrhyn Stanley.  Cviinard"s HfiisiLment for rheamriatisnTA.  Nothing but nude peanuts may be  sold in Central'Park by order of Park  Commissioner Herricli, who is trjdng  to keep the -walks there clean. The  reason? "Shuclcs," . explained the  Commissioner.  The cheapness of Mother Graves*  Worm*' Exterriilaat&r puts it within  reach of all, and it carafe got iat any  druggist's.  Itevertue.   Collector���������"What's'.   this  ������400 item?"  :^f; iCitizen���������VThat's the money I saved  to pay my tasres with."  Revenue    Collector���������-"W������ell;     you'll  have to pay taxes on that, too."  '"���������->a.  Galileo dropped a half pound weight  and n 1.0ft poian'd canon ball froan tho  Leaning Tower of Pl3a, and demon-  atartcd to an incredulous yorld that  tho two would fall at the same speed.  Costly Binding For Books  itiOiuloiit "Firm  Impending .$25,00<)-  On  Fifteen Volumes  .A? London bookbinduig firm is expending- $-25,000 In the design and construction of covers for 15 volumes of  "The Lives and Times of the Popes,"  to the Torder of Thomas Macligan, ot  New York.  Rubies, sapphires, ivory, silk, scar-  Jot leather,"morocco and heavy gilding all go into the ornamentation oi  each volume. Why do bo many, many babies ot  A year's steady labor has produced today oscapo ail tho Httlo fretful  only fl������r voHuncs, oE which on.y ono ���������������^ %������������������ ������������SSg "'" "day.  has been forwarded to New York. The aml li00p ihem up'-'lialf the night?  volumes include 30 of the original II you don't know tho answer, yoaa  ���������Pirvnt in a Hi haven't   tUflCororetl    pure,    harmlcsa  fcapai. uuiw,  Castorln. It lo Bwoot to Iho taste, ancl  [ Bweot in  thq littlo stomach.  And  Its-  A Worthless Souvenir gentle mnuen'co fieeans felt sill through  Sir Robert Homo tells a good story tho tiny "V*^���������- ?ot ovon a ^ntu������t������.  of an author, who was atteading the , fJJl0(J3o!3������ o������ CaSt������r ������U dooaBO 3nUth  first performance of his new play. Tt j Flastchor's' Castorla Ja purely voBot-  was not a succoss. In fact, to put it  nWo, ao you anay rIvo It freely, at first  nigra of   colic;    or    constipation;    or  dtatThon.   Or those many times when  Ski-ers.  Aftor HtronuouH hill * 4c:Hmb-  ing und jumping, a rub down  with MlnarcVn provcnt������ stlfi"-  hoss.  l>laJaly,,.Jt was a dismal failairc���������and  It deserved to be.  At tho end of tlio laist act a lady  seated Immediately behind the unhappy playwright tapped Mm on the  shoulder and, placing aomothlng In  his hand, remarked:  4-4I recognized you when you camo in  and cut off a lock of your hair. You  may have it buck!"  New money iu uwo lu rales tine  beam inscriptions* in. Khgllsh, Arabic  and Ilebi'ow, Thoro mt;e no gold coins;  the pound ia a papor no to, vvith only  ailvar and copper coiraa.  inuuglncH  timill   .tttt.u;  Nearly every   big    mau  thait Ja������  Ih  ia. ������M������ai  CinUla.  Inalgtvincatit little chap comcn aloaaj*  and blufto hitn.  you just don't know what is tlae mailer. For roal slcknesa, call Llita doolor,  nlwayn. At othor times, a fow dropa  of IMotchor's CastorK.  Tho doctor often tells: you to do  -fuRt that; anal ahvay������ saiys Flotclaor's,  blllaer prajparatkms aaay bo^juat as  puro, jtiflt aa froo from tlanKoa-oii:l  cla-URa, but why experiment? Bosldes,  tho book on caro and feeding of ba-  blaftfi that comoB with Fletchara-'H Castorla Is* worth ita w������aj������lit fa tfolU!  Children Cry for  ,tmsu^������^mmHUms**m*. .tTsrfc���������-**-  r  THK ���������������5|STON  BEVIEW  - i\  ls8aaed every B^riday at Creston. B.C,  Saabscription : $2.50ayeav in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  O. I?, Hayes, SSditor and Owner������  ���������    ������������������ i . i i        ' ��������� r-  i-.l>t<on[V%\1      X> ft       TJiUTn ������ V     TAlV    IS  Teacherss*   Superannuation  special cases of superannuation  arising during the three year  period.    After   the   end    of   three  years  About four years ago when   th*  department   named   three eommis  sio.aers .to, iaavestigate   the   educational system of British   Columbia  and haiaigiia reeonraanendations that  1 woaald  improve matters iaa any and  ev������>ry   direction. Crestoaa  and   District Women's Institute, forwarded  the    commissioners      a      carefully  drafted   resolution   a ski a i#   thai   a  superannuatioai system he provided  for r the benefit of the teachers.    At  that time the superannuation  idea.  was   not   received   with   favor, the  Teachers' Federation of  Kootenay-  Boundary   beinft amongst those to  object to such a proposal���������presum  ably ou the Rroaamd that the teaeh-  ers did not want to contribute to  any such fund. That there has  been a decided change of mind in  this respect since 1924 is indicated  iai a recent editorial from the "Victoria Colonist, which the Review is  asked to publish., and  which  reads:  '"The      statement      hy   Mr.    H.  Charlesworth   relative  to   the   request    made    by     the     Teaehears*  Federation   for   *he    putting   into  effect   of   a   su pet animation    plan  shows very clearly that there is no  proposal  that municipalities should  contribute to the cost.    Tlae request  is   oiae   made    to   the    Provincial  Government.      Xt      would      seem,  theivfore.    that      the      municipal  authorities      re   exercising   themselves to no purpose isa the matter*  It  is   undoubted   tliat before Song?  the teachers will come under  some  superannuation   plan, and the caste  now   proposed on their behalf is of  a   character   which   is   unlikely" to  cost the taxpayers anything.    They  propose, so far as   we   understand  the matter, to pay   their  share  of  four per cent, of their salaries into  a   superannuation   fund to he con  trolled by the   Provincial   Govern  ment  for  a   period  of three years  >. ithout  any   general   siaperaimua  tion scheme on their   behalf  going  into   effect.    In   other   words,  the  nioaapy   which   accumulates in this  way   is   to   form   the nucleus of a  fund out of which after three years'  time   superannuation   benefits  will  be paid.    By the end of three years  the fund, formed by   the  teachers'  contributions   alone, would   be   in  of   such   coutrihu tions   the  fund would lie definitely   established   and    would     operate   aaatoms  tically.  "The proposal, too. is that the  Governh^gnt should place aaa equal  amount in the superannuation  fund as the teachers, but it is not  clear, so far, if the Government is  expected" to contribute annually  during the first three year period.  In any case, so far as we are  awaare, tl e Provincial Government,  uiid.er its present siaperaianaiation  scheme for Provincial Civil Servants, is not oait of pocket a penny.  This means that' the taxpayers  have not been called upon to contribute to saaperaiaiumtioai. The  Government is supposed to have a  faaaad into which_ it pays ^equally  with;, the Civil Servants, but w������  are at liberty to doubt if thia  fund  sstssallv- S'sists exc****'-- b**^?**** *a'*  *.h������  i   ���������-,   . ""  - .-".'���������"  "   "~~       ~  Civil   Servants'   contribhtiona   are  concerned   aiad   the  interest added  thereto.    The   obligation    of    suh-  3cribing   an   equal   amount   rests  with* the 'Government, and. inferen  tially, with the taxpayers, but   the  occasiou   has  not arisen, and   perhaps never   will   arise,   where   the  "Government will be called ������s*x>n to  coutrihajte anything.     It will prob j  ably i>e the saane with the   scheme  par������>posed   for  teachers' superamm.  atiot..     Actuaries,   no    doubt,   can  work   out   how such a scheme will  operate over a long period of years.  If    its   application    to   the    Civil  Servants does not cast the Govern  ment anything except  administration     expenses    the    Province     is  hardly likely to turn a deaf ear   to  the requests of the Teachers* Feder  ation.    Xn the meantime the   point  is that municipalities are not  being  asked   to  do anything, and in this  everit   any   agitation    against   the  proposed   superannuation   of members'  of   the    teachere'    profession  should cease.  QUALITY IB NHVk~R AN AGGiDBNT  ra B'^gaj^^y^--  '1  ii  m  n  Pure wool Ladies' Sweaters^ assorted  v "-slz^s and -colors^ F@g������:^  during. this���������'������������������ s-ale cleasiiig "mt^^9-- ���������  nr*i_   -*:.fM?y  Uo   not   tail   to   see   tnese  at   once.  exceptional values aha^^^U^go ^Juick.  arc  v- *-  'WT'  M^&p i^ryf  ������  ������  i  aiiti. i^oiiitort  WEAR  Cab Fob Sai.E���������1928 Foid, in nxcel-  lent  condition,   all   accessories.  Write Box 45, "Review Office.  the     neighborhoocS     of    $500,000,  which would be drawing imprest  as it- accumulates. It is proposed  oaat of the iaaterest, without toueh-  ing   the  main   fund, to deal  with  Light and Hea*rjjr  Shoes MSoeio  to Order  >  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection .   ������  jjSP JBBihff BE9&4B& BfSffi^ffffiiPi  Shoe and Harness Repairing  ... ���������  Heavy Clothing, Good Underwear  Socks,   Shirts,  Sleep warm under our Blankets, Quilts  and Flannelette She  SSS  CRESTON MERCANTILE COf/sPANY  BANKERS9 INVESTMENTS  WHEN you are interested in high-  grade securities, consult the manager at any branch of the Bank.  Service to the public, buying and selling, is arranged by tbe manager  through the Bank's Bond Department  at Head Office. This means that any  security selected through our service is  a bankers* investment.  Any  manager   of  the  Bank will  give  you  careful advice and painstaking service.  IMPERIAL BANK  OF CANADA  OR������������raw br a wan  C. W. ALLEN, Mgr.  Assets of One Hundred and TWiy five Millions  LIM TED  fit*  BRITISH COLUMBIA  The Mineral Province of Western*Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Has produced Minerals aa follows: Placer Gold, $78,018,948; Lodo Gold, $126,972,8X8,  Silver, $80,787,003; Lead, $10(5,976,442; Copper $209,067,068; Zino, 050,512,557; Coal  and Coke, $264;699,133; Structural Materials and Miscellaneous Minerala, $50,176,407; mak-  ir������B ������*-b mineral production to the end of 1925 show aaa  Aggregate Value of $988flQ85470  Production ��������� year ending December, 1926, $67,188,8*42  The MinirajK Laws of this Province aro more liberal and the fees lower than thoee of  any other Province in tho Dominion, oit*any colony in tho British Empire.  Mineral locations aro granted to discoverers for nominal foes.  Absolute Titles are obtained by developing mnoh proportion, the aeourity of whioh ia  guaranteed by Crown grante.     _ '  Full information, tofjothor wath Mining? BeportB and Maps, may be obtained gratia by  add reeding-  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  N B.~Pi ai tic-tatty all BrltiHh Oolumbia Mliacrtd Pro por ties upoaa whkla dovclopmcnt work haca been itotio  aro <1 ascribed in woaaao oaao of tbo Annual lloports of the Miralwfcer of Mines. Thoao conailderlnR mtnlng  InvoHtmaanta nhoaild refer to such reports. Thoy aire available without charge on iippHcatlon aU> the De-  im.Liaaci.L o  Wbicc. Vlc*.'or*rt. l^.O.    Ropnri* of i.hi> Cileoloelcal Survey of Canada, Wlnoh BaadtfUngf, Vaw-  caaaavaiJtv aaro rocommenclod am valuable a*oa.reeH of Informntlon.    Report* covering each nf the Six Mklernt Survey Dltttrlcta atro published aaeparfltety, anal are nvalt-  able oan aappHcutiota.  ite^a-j^mgj^ggfg!-^  KHB \-r  THE  CRESTOH BEVCEW  *���������  -a'Health Giyhvi  fmairJurgxermiimnm           DURE ANO GOOD BEER such as brewed  * and bottled by us must not fee tootted  upon a ��������� a luxury, but as a FOOD  P&ODUCT.  Thousands a������lf working classes <5n4 in BEER  4 stssdsSsieiy-pe'iced. heatshfu! ���������iUtittiaEte  ������h41? ^������==^S is. h=rd pJsyiici! Sabs:,, <n!.ich  besides its oourisJitng effect possesses other  stilt more invigorating and Mccagtb-������*plaC'  ing qualities.  ' ������i   aa GWBSSg'aO ���������?������ yaai pCa  avgiaahcr ^rs.h sbe very !ss; 2Ktesm!,������������? ������!���������������*���������>!  tatou SILVER SPRING BEER powssr-. the  f  qualities asccessary to Setve these purposes.  For sale at all Government Vendors and us  Bee* Parlors.  Give it a trial and conviace youtscU.  The capacity of Kimherley.jhospi-  tal will be doubled. w.th the completion of. the new wing now under  erection. - - ���������  Due to the aoute fuel shortage at  New Den ver a.fc the end of December .the Record was forced   to  skip  uii isSufe.  it*  Cranbrook Assembly of, the  Native Sons of Canada is sending  organizers to Yahk and  Huchener  to enroll members.  >.   -.  Graiad Forks hospital was   quite  an   old .tamers report  at the year  end, with six patients whose  com  billed ages totalled 450 years.  Pentioton admits eight below  zero in the December cold snap.  According to the Kootenaian it  was 1=2  below   on one occasion at  Kaslo,      '  Ci an brook's ne w> Boman Catholic Church was formally opened on  December 4th. ������t������ cos* almost  $25,000. There are seventy families in the parish.  Due to the unprecedented snowfall on Grand Forks none too -wide  thoroughfares one way traffie_rules  are being enforced in the business  section this winter.  Things look a little more 'hopeful  at Moyie. The loea.1 barber, who  shut sp shop to go to Work at  prairie harvest, has returned and  re opened for business. ,  Fernie Free Press: Tlie police*  are havinaz their hands full with  bums. It is a long time sit ice the  city has had such a large SnSais as  came to Fernie in- December.  half a jnile in length has just been  provided -in   tlie  ������r������a*jfffeHr*s������B������rfwv9   ^f  n*@igh  L������US II^UU  the cemetery.    A quarter of a mile  of   th������    runway   bad   to*   3s������  through th������ trees*  out  "Weight of snow on  Hat tfosa SAidtS���������Quantity of clover  and alfalfa.     F. Powers, Ca&ap Uster.  CATTLE AST������AY  rink at Grand Forks caved, in tbe  roof early in the year= The debris  has been cleared' away and it -is  j*ow a case of open air curling for  the rest, ������f tho season.       ��������� "^  Cataae to the. premises of the undertime. r.n.A*nt*\s*&n^* ab������ut .December 21st. white  "'*". .���������-7������" heifer. " Owwer  ea&   bave  same  ������rs  proving property -att-j paying expenses.  Pease Ranch, Alice Siding.  The Courier states that rtver 600  persons, young and old were at the  tJnited Church Sunday school entertainment ������.t Christinas time  The Presbyterians isa the same  town claim to have had over 170.  -$5 REWARD for information leading to recovery-of Iji-year "red roan  heifer, branded OS on left rib. Victor  Carr, Alice Siding.  __      .        ^  MINERAL AGT  1FORMF1  At Penticton the magistrate dismisses the case against J. H. Suth*  erland who was prosecute j by the  provincial police for carelessness  with firearms. While out hunting  Sutherland shot a friend in mistake  for a pheasant.  Fob. Sax-e���������Che������appake setter puns,  parents best duck and grouse dogs,  ifeady February 15. Enquire Review  Office.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE OF" AF*f*L.IGATIGN  the Kelson Mining Diyifsion of wbhc jri.oote-  nay District.     Where located:    On Iron  Mountain, northwesterly from Kitchener,  B.C.     laa-wful holder:  Charles Plummer  Hill, Victwia- B.C.   Number at the holder's  Frss sSiae^s ufirfciScaiie. Su, i2SlS-J>.  TAKE NOTICE that I������ G. A. M. Younsr.Frae  Miner's Certificate Ne. iSSi-Et*, acttoK as agent  for -the said CbarSss Plaaaaer H*,i   int/w*  sixty days from the date hereof, to ai  Lost���������Brov/n  collie dog with  bob;  tail, answers tn raanae of Sou.    i.������e������a.������c  to party gifrtng information leading to  ax-icovei-y-       John    Marshall,,      Pease'  a-anch. Alice Siding.  itesg  v to the  aprove-  Crown  ays atom ������je case hereof, to appl'  Mining Recorder for a certificate  mente. tor the pnrpose of obtaining a  Grant of the above claim.  And farther take ac-tic_ .__���������_- _.   Section 85 of the Mineral Act, must he commenced before the issuance of art-each certificate  otimprovements.        _ ^ ,       , ^      * Dated this 8th day of November,** A.D. 1927.  JaTaVa^a^n^l^i^MaaaaraTaTaaJt--f-aTMtaav'a*'arlaaa  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board or hy the Govijium&ni of British Columbia.  SYNOPSIS OF LAND  AME^1>^  Vacant, tanreserved, surveyed -Crown  lands may be pre-empted by BritLsh  subjects over 18 years of age, and by  aliens on declaring intention to become  Britislt subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation, and Improvement  for agricultural purposes.  Full information concerning segulu-  tions re-garding pre-emptions, Is .given  in Bulletin Ko. 1, liand Seirtes, "How  to Pre-empt Land" copies of which can  be obtained free of charge by addressing the I>epax*&aent ot Lands, Victoria,  B.C., or to "any Government Agent.  Records will be granted covering only  land siaitame for agricailtural pairposcR,  and vrltSa^x Is not timberlaiMi^ ie., carrying over 5,000 board feet per acre  west of the Coast Range and 8,000 feet  per acre east of that range;  Applications for pre-emptions are to  be addressed to the Land 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  Cuuimigsiuuer. .   ?  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and improvements made to  value of $10 per acre, including clear*  ing and cultivating at least live 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 flrst-cl&ss  (arable^ land is *5 per acre, and second  class <grftzlng> land $2.60 per acre.  Further Information regarding purchase  or lease of Crown lands is given in Bulletin No. 10, Land aeries, "Purchase  and Lease of Crown Lands."  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  Umber land, not exceeding-40 acres,  may be purchased or leased! the conditions including payment of stum-page.  HOMESITE LEASES  Unourvcycd areas not exceeding 20  acres may be leased as homesites, conditional upon a dwelling being erected  in the first year, title bemg obtainable  after residence and improvement conditions aro fulfilled and land has been  surveyed.  FEARER  For g-rat&ing and industrial purposes  areas not exceeding 640 acres may be  leased by one person or a company.  GRAZING  Under the Gramsslng Act the Province is divided into (frosting districts  and the range administered under a  arassing Ooinmlsuloner. Amauad grassing permit������ aro Issued based on num-  hv.a ������������t.>4ft������.iu, i/.Iu.lly Lcl?;������ ^ivc^. to  established owners, etock-ownero may  farm associations for r&mse mamtge-  ment Free, or partially U'$e patmits  are available for settlers, campers or  travellers, up to ten head.  C. B. D. Garret, a_ Cranbrook  entomologist, told the Rotary Claib  of that town the other day that  i.!ier8..are saowr almost* ��������������� million!  different kiiads of known insects in  tlae world-  -a j.  The Eaat Kootenay Telephone  Company, operating at Oranbrook,  feimherley and- Ferraies and inter  venmfg points, has aaa o2*������r of  $125,000 for its business from the  B.C. Telephone Company, and will  probablyy accept. ���������  At Fera\i-; a toboggan alide  over  ocket  used as  a bank has many dis*  acSvafitsM^es-  .jVioney cashed its. it is easy ft������  spend oa. trifles or may be losft  or stolexu \  Weekly deposits in our Savings Bae!c  tss������ will accwsaulate rapidly. ������  SnaaiS or larte accounts are ^e'eomfe  THE CANADIAN BANK  fSJ fl  /^"53 tf^t%^ *> rem r^B  Capital Psid Up $2O^O0JBOQ  Creston Braskcb  H, J. Forbes, Masnagasr  RoEtslaud haa a saaowshoe aiad  hikers club this winter with 40  metnlters.  Pent a et on'a watpr system 3'ielded  a revenue of $19,453. There are  1350 users. r   -  XJp to the first of the year the.  win er*s snowfall at; Graiad Forks  \i>oq fBaR inr.l>ai> --  ...a>^f    xjra^    .a. a...arf-i������.  Pentieion's fire loss for 1927 was  close to $32,000, wlaiuh inclamed  pa ae hay stack worth $500.  The Ctmrier states that, both  theii  caralioaa aaad mbiase are oonaiaa^ back  into t lae CaranbraH>k district.  Peaatictou's 1927 bnildinK permits  totalled u ^92,000, representing a  gabs of almost $16,000  ovj&r  1926.  iiOO book cunimunioii at the first  midnight mass at \ he nqw Catholic  ������huroh at Cranbrook on Christmas  eve.   ' ��������� ���������> .  During 1927 the economic city  c-oaaaaoi) at BVrnite waa able taa re-  <:uoe the city debt by almost  $23,000.  Dmiatfc the week precediiaR  ChristmaH the postmaster at Cranbrook averaged 17R naoks of mail  per day.  At  Camp   6 of the B.C. Spraaoe  C������������mpany ops*rationR at Xiiimbertoan  a night shift ii beiatg worked at  logging.  -a -a-*Jfc������  -UJL  JL  &**s������r*\  XJJLJL  as nanay as  Your Telephone!  ESPii  ID  Creston Dairy  r: a. comfort  ffl I" E iUU I li W E������lWi iai m 1  Due  the   "steiwly  rtdvftnce  in  cest of all lines of feed, I am  compelled   to   raise   Milk  prices, which from December 1st will be as follows :  MILK  JERSEY���������8 Quarts for $1.20  HOl'^l'KlJN���������lUt,{iiar-t8ft|)i.iO  CEEAM  Pint 30cs    4-Pint.. -1 Cc.  We are forcibly reminded to pass onfc the above information due tbe fact that this month we are receiving "duns"  from local businesi? men made out on stationery that was  not printed in Creston���������and in every case on stationery the  Beview was never even asked to quote a price on.  Altogether aside from this being poor community spirit,  it is still worse business policy, because on all standard lines  the Review can give you better service, equally good stock,  Tind no-higher prices.  If the travelling order-taker���������who leaves nothing in  Creston but a one-day board bill {and not even that where he  travels by auto) can give you a better price than the Review  it will be good business, maybe, to deal with him.  But don't overlook the other equally sound business  principle that no harm can come of getting prices locally���������regardless of anything and everything the oraer-taker may tell  you about the local printer's limitations.  THE CRESTON  REVIEW  COMMERCIAL  PRINTING' DEPT  DC  lBa9GHB-CS5a������l(at  ia������K������.Qis  3E3E  3E3E  mimm  S1jffffl*ffliff^'  atacasra gria .R-HrvTTCW,    CKESTOH,    B.    iX  i*^ -rtr^^ferl ^f**^  is  Is eactr-a. good  /n dean, bright Aluminum,  tana  da In 1927  Fitta Long Missing Seal  Was OrsginalSy Attached To CJhau-tcr  Of William the Conqueror  A seal originally attached to tlao  charter of William the Conqueror,  which always v/as assumsd to have  been lost beyond, hope of recovers*-,  has been found at the Guildhall, London.      *  ������  Among- an old and miscellaneous  collection of articles a red bag- was  discovered containing: pieces of wax  which when pieced together with the  aid of British Museiim experts proved  to be thd centre of the long- missing  seal.  totheIothers  # ALL PALE  We are now welt launched into the new year of 1928, and it is possible  to examine the completed story ci Canada's progress and develop "neat in the  yoai- now ended.  Tt Is tt'.*-: usilvcrsally expressed opinion that the year which witnessed the  Domin on's diamond jubilee-w:*������ one of tiae best years hi Canada's history. It  was -i year unmarred by any gat at national disasters or epidemics;, it was  a year of fairly general prosperity; it was a year of national giwuia aaid of  development alon^ iia es making fot national unity and a belter conception  ot Canada* := feature possibilities. ',.-.���������  'ihe Dotrunior iii iaero highly regarded by our own people, aud lias attained- tova higher place in tne eyes of the whole woi'ld. Tho now -slams  .''."������������������corded the dominions within tho Empire has been productive of .y renter  n^tip.Ejal, pride, and confidence .which iinds expression in.a Still g-rea^ei* deter -  iniriatioxi tof ������3TJlld stroiiger aud. Inciter in the years to comol- ^Pot least anions*  tfityfactozs adding to Canada's international position was the election .of? the  lieirmmcn to a seat on the Council of the League.of ^Nations and the appo'nt-  nj������ht of a .Canadian Minister at Washington, and aai .American Minister at  dfeawa.   ...  P Western Canada can justly'claim credit for many of the things which  bitve r-estalied in the improved position of the country as a whole. During the  pfet live \ear:-> it is conservatively estimated that the farmers of Western .  qjjirt* b������a .ou fimr. ���������������*,������ ao k value of $2,000,000,000 at county points, j ���������������������%%'S^t^m IE*S3������  sxifl-w1th the retr*.m of pi asperity to the West, there has been a vast improve- t blood. I was continually weak and  latent in business everywhere. In a New "Year's message, Sir Henry I.*Si*aytc������ ! tired;- my appetite was poor, my sleep  defc tared that the gain of the vear must be largelv credited to agriculture and I unrefreshing and I was troubled with  ��������� !&..^.uTf^ ������.������������������ r *.������������������������.,���������(!������.* Tv*^i������,<r   OT^ ���������,ir*   a���������. ?n.af,������r- anrf,������*r-ieg   Western !backaclies-      To make matters worse  ^,.v.������a^v.. c. ,. ���������_..���������...���������_ ._ v���������r   c._ ..a^. .-a.-s.rie������. vvasitra   j _a3  attacked with acute  appendi-  ;������.i:opie have long   contended  that   a successful  and  prosperous   agriculture- '  meant prosperity for all.     The past year has demonstrated this. '  P.   One a^f the most noteworthy developments of the year has "-.eeii the rapid  increase of wealth, produced from the mineral resources of the "Dominion.  If  Yoiir  Daughter  Shows  Signs  Of Anaemia a Tonic Is  Needed  . Anaemia is simply, a lack of blood,.  It is oaie of the most common and at  tlie same., tiine..most dangerous troubles fi*oara which growing girls suf-  fei\ It is common "because the blood  so of teat becomes impoverished during development, when girls ofteh  overwork aaid overstudy. It is dangerous because of the stealthiness. cf  its approach and because of its tendency to grow, steadily worse. Every  growing- girl should 'occasionally take  a tonic to ward off this insidious  trouble. It is because of their powerful action in rebuilding the blood  that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have  made a world-wide reputation."- The  case of. Miss Claire Sullivan, Pincher  Creek, Alta., amply proves the value  of this" medicine. Miss Sullivan says:  Cuticura Pi*6iifii"iiti������n$  for^AlI the-Family  For generations Cuticura Soap and Ointment have afforded the purest, sweetest and  most satisfactory method of promoting and  -maintaining ja'healthy condition of skin  ^^ cLl^fe^^V^V      and   scalP-   Tender-faced   amen   find   the  \\ *tT &   ������. iKf     P^- fceely-lathering  Cuticura Shaving Sticlj-g a  .��������� ..��������� ���������* -.    ^       necessity.   Cuticura  Talcum  is   an   ideal  powder, cooling and refreshing.  fjjmpU. Ea.ch -Fr������������ by M������ll.   AuMreen Canadian   Depot:  :"BtanBjnao- 1A& j aiontraa!,"    Prlvn,   $nan gB^;   nintmant  *-"-2S sad EOc.-fsJcara 25������, '���������;'���������"���������: '*J:.-.<-._y ��������� -;"*   "* ''*~;-,     " "  Cuticura Sha-rine Stick 25c,  Kym1^  Pi'&c Li-rally every province has experienced important Developments an this  respect, and no country in the "world is now attracting quite so much interest,  or'mviting larger investments ita this field of human activity. It is everywhere  ^parent thaf-fCanada is entering upon a new era in mining, and* one which  j^lyef*, promises.of adding enormously to the wealth of its people aaid providing  ciTholoynient for man-* thousands of workmen, not alone in mining itself but  in? aUf.the allied industries and businesses, including transportation, which  acti> o mining operations "bring about. ������������������--,-���������������������������-  Tho trade and commerce of Canada has continued at a High .level, with  th*-> I.^niinion'occi-pying a position in the front, rank of nations, and with a  pot- capita trade higher than any country except New Zealand.  In tiic world of finance. Canada has been blessed with cheaper muii*\ for  .. productive purposes than any country, except the United States. Taxation has  been reduced, revenues have expanded, and surpluses in Governmental a������-  laiufstration have taken the place ci" former deficits. Canada's ability to pay  oil: over ������50,000.000 cf its national debt out of current income in. 1927. is  sign'.t'icaiat of tho great, change which has taken place in the last few year,?.  Western cities report a year of great building activity, a'largely, increased volume of bank clearings, growth in population, prompt payment of  taxes, profitable operation of public utilities, and good business in almost  every branch of commercial activity. Towns and rural municipalities present  tlao same :������avo ruble report, fin ev<jr increasing number of the latter -'hava'n!?  liquidated their entire debenture indebtedness and otherwise decreased their  liabilities and increased their assets.  Thus the old year closed with peace, contentment and-prblsperity prevail-  ia." throughout tho ,1'joananion, with a new confidence and courage rr.anifearing  citis and the Operation left me in a  very weakened state. IVIy mother,  learning of the value of Dr. Williams-  Pink Pills, had me take them and  after using them for some time I can  say the result was simply wonderful, as they completely restored trap  health, and now when opportunity occursVj?; always recommend these pills  to weak, pale girls suffering as I  did." -���������������������������.- ���������  ' ���������:������������������:  You can get the pills from your  druggist, or byjmail at 50 cents a box  from The 13r. Williams* Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  "Specialize On Quality  Switzerland Finds Ready Market For  Cleverly Constructed Devi.ces  Switzerland hasn't coal., copper or  oil, and its iron deposits are not  available. It has to go away from  home for wool, cotton and foodstuffs,  but it converts the raw material it  buys into so many clever and ingeniously constructed devices tliat it never has any trouble to find-ready markets. Swiss watches, embroideries,  silk, carvaaigs, music boxes, and milk  chocolates are known the world over.  The Swiss have harnessed the riv-  ! era that tumble from their mountains  Have 'Gvereomsf Handicap-v  St. ylisjiastasa's Aiuiual Report; Shdvvs'  f? AmaKlng Itosults Attained  By. Blinded Soldiers.. f  Of .all the various schemes' --tliat  were set oil foot following; thai- close  of th e., war to' aid the wounded soldier, anone perhaps attracted so'^txiiaeh  ^attention and sympathetic Interest- as  that which is designed to help the  blind soldier to overcome his great  handicap. The reason for this interest  lies in the fact that men and women  are wont to consider blindness the  greatest tragedy that ���������, can overtake  any persoti in the -prune of life. It is  remarkable, therefore,^to read of the  vvork that ^asLl3een done with blinded  soldiers at St. punstaii's, LondonV The  twelfth annual report of this institution has just been?issued. St. ������>im-  stan's: was fouhded by the late Sir  Arth.ui' Pearson, himself blind, to ?aid  the soldier who has been deprived ot  his eyesigh.t and is obliged to seek  another. vocation in, acquiring another  trade if his great' affliction had deprived him of the skill, or power to  take up "again ?his former occupation.  Since its foundation 2,265 offlcers arid  kick have come ttnder the care cf the  organization. The pages of the report,  which is entitled,' "While Memory  Lives," providesmoving- an������ stimulating rea.ding* concerning, the manner in  which these ex-service amen have risen  above the affliction. It seems almost  incredible tlaat men should havfe  fought and-overcome their tragic handicap in such amazing fashion.���������Tor-  Ouu>   uluue.  ������������������" ��������� CSsBdreiifArr^stedyFor Miiriier " ���������  ^   "P- f-?y*??'?-~���������V-;���������?'���������''��������� "P-'.P-  Nino Hundred :-r^o.meless Waifs In  Russia Implicated lu Slnyiag*  .Offttaliaaa\^lcej-Consul V?  - Nine'V;huiidred'y^iasloss'- .ctdldro*a  have fbeeii -arrested fby police irtfRiga  in connection -\vitb? the m^rdor? of the  aged; Italian yiee-cohsaii., Kbzcijo, who  was beaten to deattifwith? stones and  robbed by children on?a -dimly lighted  street, according to the liiga correes-  pohdent oJF the Daily Mail.  Kozzio's body was?found December  27. He had been visitingy' a niece the  night of ttli������. killing. At the time it  was believed *that bandits liad killed  and robbed him and children were not  suspected. fEven thefgdld SLllin?*: in his  teetii had been extracted by the robbers.       a'Pa  According to the Riga correspondent of tlie; Daily Mail, whose "report  is hot substantiated elsewhere, boys  and girls between the ages of '12 and  iG attacked Kczzio with stones,  crushed his skull and rifled-his pockets of $2,000.'-.������������������VTh&Jpplicef.'Virlade tlae  arrests "after they had discovtjred Koz-  ssio's watch. A number of adulis also  have ibeen arrested, y  Excellent For Crowpy Children. ���������  When a child is suffering- with croup  it is a good plan to use Dr. Thomas'  'Eclectric-Oil. It reduces the inflammation and loosens the'phlegm, giving  speedy relief to tlie little sufferer. It  is equally reliable for sore throat and  chest, earache, rheumatic pains, cuts,  bruises and sprains. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil is reg*arded by many thousands as an indispensable of the  family medicine chest. "  - She: you never hear,- of women  cashiers embezzling or running off  with their employer's money.  He:  Not  often,   but when  it  does  happen they take the employer, too^  Wise is the man who is attentive  to.what is going on in liis own house,  but blind to what occurs in the house  of his neighbor.       ��������� "  Today Canada's exports   of    neWs^  print paper rank second valiac among.  her' principal exports, 'wheat 'being in  first palace.  Minard's Unime-nt for sore throat.  Regular motor car postal service  in ��������� Finnish yLapland has been made  possible by the use of a .continuous  tread tractor drive in winter time."  aiaeir throughout the Maritime provinces, wath activity general m the centra. . &nd hayo ch r electricity and make  , a.toa-n Provinces, and with optimism prevailing ih the West, coupled with I njore use of it than can be boasted of  well organized efforts to nteadily advance its agricultural interests and do- i thoir nciehbors Throu^-h all the trou-  ^���������c^opn^ent amd with entirely new opportunities on a large scale ������^-| bloua timea regulting from the Great  va-loping in the north. Canadians can and ^^ facing the new year with pride i War> they kept their curroncy at' par  and conadence. and aometimcs    at    premium:    Their  standard of living is above the average and as good as any, and their  school system is world renowned.  All- of which seems to demonstrate  that good sense, aind a peaceful dU"*-  f'lMlorgrotarad Hallway In Tokio  Thi*> first underground railway in  aho Far Kast opened Tokio to the public Kuniting oaie and one-half miles  a'nah-.rground, ltis constructed oai the  paftcni of the, New York subway system and is h:uid to be pa*oof against  (���������:r.tlujiiakes. It connects the railway  t.-rm'mus sit l.Tono with the Asakusa  pl������: ".r-uro quai'tei-h*.  Thnc To Advcacate" Peace  After every great war there ia a  period of almost complete safety,  when tho. nations are too crippled and  too weary to fight again. During thai.! position are  worth moro  than  wide  yiasgow   i.s   sioon  ice aank iaa .10 years.  to   have   it:.-   first  period-���������and we are living in such a  period now���������every rational experiment in building up a new machinery  of peace ought to bo tried. If the experiment h fall and aiew goai oral iotas  arlso not averse fa-om war, then it  will.clearly bo necessary for the nation to deCend itself on the old terms*  and In the old way.  If You Need A Tonic  Get The Best!  fjuclph. Ont.���������"Tlat-ro U aiothinp; better iui a biiiUliiK, iouW. Uii.ila l->a. I'L-nx-'d  <"*.ol<lcaa Medical Oia-  covi-ry. Several tinieta  v.li(.������ta I was naaidowia,  (j \**k,     i-'i*l'f������-a*ot:l   aVoni   weak  iii>l'j<ov(-risla('..ll*.loo<l,l  io.ik_ it and nlvvayn  ol.t.aini'cl Rood rr:-  i'iiIim. h ������ raiilio.il any  ! ,'.< >, ..1. 11 Vu-xt fl au- f.f  I lax- vwal." st.a.atiaat'.h.  htiih iu<: aap Lia lipulth,  f<-r:l Yum a aaanv pcinoaa. 1  lU-adid to takes followiaatj;  liK.i lifi'lioo'l io -.,av** aai: hirciaKtla,,' f nl-  \i;iy. nr/uiiiua-aa������3 I )r. I'itrrcc's a aiarrliirintrS  Ir. iIki.������- vvh.������iii I tii.il ailiiiK l'o������' I Uaaow  ihifii to In.' jii.-.a a-i ;i������l\'ci-a isirtl."���������Ma'si. j  V,Y. 11, .^kyaiiitt, :>.'. Nol a.ini.;li;uii Si.  Wi'iii:   Iaa.   I'j'.-i re',i   Invalids  Hot cl ia  i  l;.������!J.a^������, N. \',, iof tK'c advice. i  Vv  i, i ;*i  An Kxcnllont Niasnai  The. founder oC Mediclno Hat is dead  aaad si morn ing coiatenipoi'ary expression tlao hope that ho warn not rcsponFil-  blo for the name of the plaice. Hiat is  it hot an excellent "name for a town?  The newspaper parograpliors of tho  world know the tuime <*������f tnat town  evon It." 1 bury foi-got tho namos of rail  oflu-rs iaa the west. It if* Htalking, unusual, diftY'ront, aand wo. hope Ma������daailnn  Hal will .il-.vay;- r.tlc-U tn it-, ininc  until ll'.ti janpiilaliaui paHncri th**- million  inai-lc.  No aaiaai or wo aim n should hobble  pain fa ally about bf-ainuso of coraan whcia  j <-n) certain a roller Ih at   laaaaul nn  Mol-  I laaway'ia (torn Itcnaovar.  i:r.'lt.y:",j'(na only and au-1 an hour  ajvo, atiad aiow you ^aaif. to UIhh i\w.\  3'aial: Wr-ll, I'm :*oca-y I \*,*a".1od ���������-*'*  aai i all I naao, *  territory aaid natural resources to a  people.  Britisher Won Out  Had Kaice Witla American For Complete CVillaactloii Of Fumoaan  Prlnl-H  Ah a result of the neck-and-iacck  race between an Aanorican and, an  Englishman, neither of whoso names  has so far been disclosed, a complete  collection of famous* prints, illustrating the rnreot crlen of I.onrlon, in aiow  ou exhibition nt tho Ackcrman Galleries* hero for the iir.sl, tiane iaa over a  century.  The Kngli'ilmiian won by a few  hours;! anil tho collection, valued at  ������25,000 (about $125,000), will remain  in that country. 'JGven the Ba-ittoh Mta-  .wiiii ci.iiliiiii.s o.ily Ihlrlcc-.n cf thr.ru>.  rare priaatts.  f-5oano1ianea the Ichh a wonasin hast tot  complain aboaat tho anorc alio com-!  l>lainn.  The oarly bird cattchoaa tlao worm ���������  3i" the early lhhnriunn docun't 1)<������������1:  hi in Lo It.  Th<- Iwhij; ill I'alii���������OafiiiHi-d'N UaaliiiciatV  The whole wo Ad knows Aspirin as tan eitcctivc antidote for  paan. Bui it's jus! rt.c important to know that there'is only one  gnmhic* Aspirin. T!w irtime Bayer v?, on every** tablet, nnd mi the  box. If the nnm-e Bnyer appears, at'fi* genuine; and if it doesn't,  it is not I Headaches are dispelled lay Aspirin. So arc colds, and  the pain that goes* with them; even neuralgia, neuritis, and rheumatism promptly relieved. Get Aspirin���������at*, any,.������drugstore���������with  proven directions.  Physicians presenile Aspirin;  ������.. mi       ���������*tH  *���������������     m f*M,        "WI��������� ������W   Pi   W *������* Jaa.P*. #���������  m*.smr  A*pJf!n tn th������ ti*tl������ laLiirk  ajra-jrlntert-.l J:. C������ci(������4������)  JaattaalliiC OaajCt MtraufccturK    ayi������>l-������ tt  1������ ivcll Lati-wia tamt XHplrta-i w.im.w Uayt-.r i������u.uira������a;l:urc, to ui'Murw 11m initilln Uffalnht aaialt-f*-  'Ioiin, ;'.������. aublotai win a* ������uaui.(<a wai:. nioir "laager orota." atrKdeauuk, THE    BEVIEW, , CRESTON,    B.    C.  ^B.S**a   aTf_  A 1IU< -%&*������.������ an gi  ER PLAN T(  ���������aaaar aB raaWBaajaaa ������*������>        a*    T  London.��������� The British   Foreign   Of-  'ficc has intimated that it would give  most favorable attention to any proposals for outlawiife-    *<*/nr.    At    the  v    af     L ���������5SBT   ~       *       J  iMi'u iuOuey Lfeiiii-drs  ��������� -  ���������   ��������� /  Cannot Solicit Customers Im Britain ...  Through: the Mail-  London.���������The Money Lenders' Act,  which became effective .January" 1,  forbids money lenders from, soliciting"  customers through.the mail, hut they  are still permitted to advertise in  newspapers. The end of 1927 witnessed a grand effort bythe money lending fraternity to getB   circulars    out  CONSERVATIVE 1JBAM3M.  same lime  reports  appearing  in  the   came into force, and they werS plain-  London papers that the United States'  proposed' treaty to that eaul has been,  forwarded to the British Government" arc without confirmation. Officials remarked that it would be difficult to- comment on a treaty wliich  has been so variously reported in the  press.  The  Nicaraguan   situation  receiver  ' much "m*ore~ space' in "the London* cve-  ���������> ning papers than the proposed treaty.  'tWhile-f'the., "United.^ States^ is Jnyit-  ing France jto join in. proppsmg- to, the  world "a treatyrenouncing war  as a  natiohal  policy,''-'ysayis  The   Evening  - Standard, ;,ilshe is involved in a' cam-  *���������*���������������*��������������������� rv-v* ���������   *������������������������-������     "NT-J r**-. *������������<-������ o.'tt r*   -*"*"  The Standard ye?;plaj.ns this contrast  between .precept and pi-accicc has  beeai brought about by General San-  dino;fiferebelfleacter. ?,V    f     '  The?-Star heads -the fNicaraguan  .���������situation:  "An TJnpopulai* War."  The Evening News devotes nearly  a column to the Nicuragtfari situation as against, an, inch 'paragraph to  the proposed treaty.  Commenting editorially, The^Westminster Gazette ' call's Secretary Kel-  logg's proposal to France for a multilateral treaty "a shrewd stroke." It is  unable to see, howeyer, v how this  would ... advance the . cause" fof pacific,  settlement of international disputes.  tive in tlieir appeals to the recipients  o'fthe circulars to "keep for reference," with the suggestion to do so in  view of "eventualities which may  arise iai your personal financial commitments."  Deprived of the use of the mail,  many money lenders are now attempting to widen their publicity in  the newspaper field. With a few striking* exceptions,    however,    prominent  ���������noroananuro   si.U   nlftr-ip- Via-we   vp-flised. tO  ������������������.. "~JC: ���������.������'*���������-'    ���������,-���������������   ~���������*-~".���������'a '- -^    ��������� ���������^ X ~'  insert stich advertisements &n<^s|they  declare they, will rigidly maintain thjs  attitude.;    r ?    '_ ',???.,"      . C   '  Flin Flon DevelopmeHl  Hudson   Bay. Mining*    and   Smelting'  Company 'To   Commence ?  PS"fy'.y    ������peratioris  . \Vmnipcg.���������preparations are* actively under way for the eommence-  mentf of/real; work Son the projected  development of the .Flin Flon mine.  Plans for the mill and smelter are being prepared and also for the town-  site which will bff situated oh 1 Ross  Lake, about two miles away from the  plant. - V    V       "  . The Hudson Bay Mining and' Smelt-  Armed l&obbers Secure $3,500 Frogia  Storekeeper At Beaubier  Weyburn.���������Arined American bstn-  Beaubier, and, at the point of a gun  dits made a sortie on the hamlet or  secured some 53,500 from John Ken*  na, storekeeper. Kenna was called  from his bed by two irfen who declared that they were in urgent need of  BBSS __  US\J>  rr������wur  BalTrllF. I Sfi-fctir**^    === = = ������  NLff,,U*UU.UK I5ILL  G������   &   *������ Ti  i-'utv. nmhiI\J*Ofi  v  - Winnipeg.���������A number of modifications lu the Manitoba    Government's  medicine and he accompanied them to'draft bm on  Mquor legislation,  wero  his store, where they produced revolvers, and compelled the man to open  the  safe which, contained money be  longing - to   the   Saskatchewan   Pool A clauses which raised a storm of critic-  announced by Hon. W. J. Major, at-  torneyrgeneral. The proposed changes  will eliminate    certain    objectionable  ���������' CpLfR.V'B. Bennett,"? Conservative  Leader^ photographed on his return to  Canada from his recent visit to England.      -   '   '?'''?-  a  wu  am  Will ?KTot Hurry "Construction Off Two  ?^ow Destroyers .. - ''  _ Ottawa.-���������-It was stated , at the ,De-  part-ment of, National Defence that it  is the intention to have the two new  destroyers for Canada built successively and not both at the same time,  allowing*^,-certain period for receiving  tenders.      ?V..y-. ..'���������-���������   .'   .     V'V   'The. construction of tlie two boats  will take about three years.  Elevator Company, the International  Elevator Company, the Post Office" department and Kenna himself. After  raking every nickle out of the strongbox, the bandits bound Kenna hand  and foot and gagged him before they  made their getaway.  Beaubier is a new town on the Lake  Alma branch of the C.P.R.?and remote from conimunicsxion wius pojisce  and other centres. The town is located between Lake Alma and Ratcliffe,  fifty-five mile& south of Weyburn, 38  miles southeast of Radville, "fifty miles  due west of Estevan, all distances as  the-vcrow flies. It is ten miles north of���������  tlie international boundary and twen-  ty-twea miles north, of -Westby, Moiit.,  a notorious hangout  for - yeggs  and  gurimen.       f V   ,    -"V.: V.;f  Beaubier is also 20 miles froaxi  Bromhead, Sask., a fornier detaeh-  ment of the Saskatchewan Proyinpial  Police that was ordered closed last  spring, when the force was reduced.  Mountain Climber Lost  Los Angeles Man Was AticuaptijigfTo  Scale Mount Whitney  Lone Pine, Calif.���������The wind sv������-irled  snows from the peak of Mount Whit-,  ney, highest in the country, smothered out the tracks spf Robert; A. Evans.  cjif? Log* I Angel^sl ry m.6iintain ?,.climber  missing- E^iice iie: set but: to-scale'the  highest of ythe Sierras. . ���������, ,-���������?,-.  ���������-"3V pre-az-ranged plan   of   reporting  ;'-������'ni's-pif9g"re^ff^^^ '  ��������� rV^j^Q:^;y:'?'.?<^  ;^v#:-i^Signals-*:?ilash^^??from;:-  slopes here at the Eastern foot of the  |mO'Ufu?^nJ brought no reply^Vf:;"-(:v.;  f -3f������e had} ^s-^s^ to beyony theysuaiai-'  ?^.mit^to|'li9.it ythe New Year.J:Hp? haid  four clays' foo^ suiraply.  ing Company is the name chosen for.     This'statement was made  In ans-  tlie company^^vhich will operate the j"wer to some comments by the London  ���������._^    :..,;.- : y paper, Truth,    \vbich,    among    Other  mine. 5   .���������.     ' *���������   *     ' *-"*  The company \vill, it is learned, ih  all ^probability operate under a Do-  niinion charter,: bait tl>ere are several  details yet. to be...settled ;/R. E. Phelah,  j general mahager of the company, who  has been in San Francisco for fsome  time past,-is expectedV to arriye in  Winnipeg this - month and will Establish his lieadauarters here. -,  ieiiandtfee^eiiale  Stated That Matter Will Come Before  Siapreme Court Of Oanada:i  Toronto.-r^-jifccording to wrord^ received here, Horn N. W*. RoWell, K.C.,  livings, applied to the". leng-th^of ti^e' Toronto, at the request of the peti-  to Which construction of the''? vesselsi; doners, had been .appointed /by the  will take. By constructing the vessels .jDepartment of. Justice,?at-Ottawai'to  one after the other the financial obli- . argue befor<j the Supreme ^ourt of  gation will be spread over a period of _��������� Canada tlie eligibility of women for  three years. ..   .... .r-  ".V''We.,r.inakp:._on.r.   own  programme,'-  was the comment at .the department  appointment to the senate of the Do-  aninioii. The question hinges on  whether a woman is a "person" With-  ism when the draft bill was announced.  Permission _is io be glvon brewers  to deliver beer direct ^o permit holders, but to ensure full compliance with  the existing laws,  authorized inspec-  operating- in the province who will  supervise,all orders received.  ', The government also has decided  to Waive the- regulation which provides ."'for the production of permits  at the time an order is- placed.  The bar against brewery encumbered hotels is also to be removed. Modi-  .flcatipn g������ ��������� this clause of s the; bill wii i  sehaWe hotels in. whichr *��������� bre-wers are  financially ..interested to operate beer  parlOrs?  The original draft of the bill prohibits establishment of beer parlora  Infsuclif Hotels. A* provted, however, is  coaitained in the amendment clause  WhlchV stipulates that ?.brewers who  have an "interest in an hotel cannot  dictate as tp the firm froni which the  supply offbeer or liquor is td be purchased.  Other modifications provide for reduction in the number of rooms in  an hotel operated as a beer park>r.  The number is reduced frona 40 to 24.  The gallonage tax on beer is to hm  fixed at 12 Vs cents a gaiiongfLicenses  tSofveterans clubs also*?aireVat-o- be: in-.  creased and minor changes proposed  in the? law? asnfofcemeht clauses,   y  The anodified bill will be presented  to the law? ajiiehdments committee of  the legislature at the next meeting.  Negotiaitorasv ?Betwecn f> ITa-anee ?" and  ���������:<���������:>������^^rt^$ii^^ y-y.  .   Warrington.���������-France has feeeii? asked by the^tate^pepartment-to share  ^.fwith the tJriited:; States  a mission to  ,J.j  Would Stage'Bid! Fight  Spnaaish Matador Anxious To Show  Britain What Sport ts Like  London.���������Antonio Marquez, famous  Spanisti matador wrho? is "Spending liis  honeymoon in London,*-wants to stage  a "painless biall fight" herei  ^The Spanish matador, who hopes to  demonstrAte to the Eaiglish, jiublic  that bull fighting is not? cruel, is ne-  gotiatiaig with a famous hm.rsemcat  promoter to stage the fight hi London  in order ,|o e>diabit the matador's supreme speed, agility arid daring to the  sport-loving British.  Propose i^w  -8tt       9������ rra        y,  0.1     & 1 -Sets, v  nnite all pri|wap3lV nations   ; in f "renouncing war fas ah ihstrument of na-  ���������lir\T\<tl   T\n\tr.\T "  on the criticisms of the London paper, !in the?meaning of the British North  America Acty     ���������  Judge  Emily  Murphy,   one   of  the  ' netitioriersV h.as Ieft Toronto for her  Patriot and Patricianf arc    cruisers.; J1i>me' in Edzhonton.-Her co-iaetitioners  when read to one of tlie officials.' It  was pointed oiit that the London paper   is   in   error   in   saying   that   the  They are destroyers arid will be sim-  ';ply- replaced by otlier destroyers" of a  fmdre modern type: ?  Rich Platinum Area Found     "'.''  London.���������The .Colohial    Office    announces'the discovery of a platinum-  j bearing area Of about '40 square miles  The proposals for joint leadership, jin Sierra I-eono, British West Africa"  springing from the suggestion of?"For  ^ Miner Killed In Snowslide  eign Minister Briand for ii Franco-,  American treaty outlawing war, is  put forward by Secretsiry Kellogg aa"  offering opportunity for a "moYe signal contribution to world peace by  joining in an effort to- obtain the abhorrence of all the principal powers  of the world" in a" renunciation.. ot  war.  The deposits are alluyialand are con-  sidea*ed important. "* ;*  are Hon. Irene Parlby,' member'of the  Alberta cabinet, and *Miss ^Henrietta  Edwards, ~6������- VMcLeod, , Alta.,, VMrs.  Nellie L. JSTcClungj and Mrs. Louise  McKiainey, former members of the  Alberta ..legislature.  Children Rescued -h  Wilhelnishaven,' Germany, -y- Seven  children adrift on an ice floe, wfere  rescued by a naval- vessel after being  lost four hours.  Sight Icebergs Below Eqaiator '  Montevideo,' Uruguay.���������-Although it  is. summer below the . equator, the  German steamship, Atto, sighted  three icebergs near the mouth of the  Rio De La Plata, the ship reporte^ by  radio. Experts attribute, the unseasonable cold weather in that region to the  presence^ of'these aaid other ice formations which have been sighted. Vi  1 ammi !ra-s aiifi|jwaSB8jic  ,N.  Former Qsssaclc Officer Must Suffer  yFor His" Crimes  Krasnoyarik, Siberia. :"'������������������ Vassili  Abalakoff, a former -Cossack oi*a������r,  wasVcondem:������e# ������0 death after a "trial  in which many witnesses told of the  defeii^EmPs ?tierril3ie ;:crueiti es lo which  more th!������i 400 deaths dui*ing- the civil  war of 1&19 were attributed.  Eye witnesses described the burial  alive of" some persons and the hacking  to pieces of otb?er|s. They recounted  how his victims were thrown under  the ice and numerous deaths from  whippings. . (  Iai pronouncing sentence, the court  held that amnesty for the former oiFi-  ccr waSvimpos3ibie.      ; ���������    ;  r.ody Of Kooteaaiiy Man Covcreal By  Tons OF Sraow  Nolaon.���������- Semon Wetterhaun, -10,  pioneer mining n'ian of the Ivootcnaiy  <1 jrjtriot,' was killed' in; a Rnowialldo a:  tlae Mammoth -'.mine,'; near nilyerton.  The body probably will not bo ro-  tioVerod beforeVgprlnft- uVto'na of hjiow  covorw it.  WetlerhaiUfa, who wan Coroinaai am.,  part ownoa* of the Maaitmotli niiai^,  ,-iervod' hx  the  Wajjild   War Willi  tne  '..'25th Koo,tenay Btvttaalloai.    ..  ,            ���������           ���������  >������������������'���������- ��������� ���������' ���������.  \    -^ - ���������--    rmaalor Maaat Take Rust  Winnipeg.'������������������������������������-������ Proanicr  Bracken,   of  Manitoba,  who suffered 11 slight at-  lack of appendlclti.M a few day:; ago,  ban been oaderod by liita playsicamiM to  lake n complete re.^t from hia ofllclat  alutio.s.   The  laremlor'M   condiiloaa,   the  ^ontrjve. Rliito, land not Bhown thn ian-  paovavuieaat they had oicpactetl.  A Faaully Affaalr  Allianen,    Nob. ���������  After    hia    four  daughters had married.foair brotherH,  ffluule;,! \V. J"5;;ley, 70, wan ninraied  her. . Mr:;. Sarali n. Colo rick,' fW,  mother of tho-quartet of brothoro.  ''������������������������������*��������� *  "mm.      si*.  Ones Wlio Lo^t, By His Atlvlco  y Remembered J11 Lawyer'^ Will ...^  San Francisco, Calif.���������The legal  profession found in the will of the late  Gavin McNab, noted Callfoa*nia lavy-  yer, a rn'cccdent and a -heritage.- He  left money to reimburse clients who  lost by his advice.  The will, filed in the probate court  here, disposes of an estate valued at  tjetween $GOO,006 and ^SOO.OOO earned  -���������in feey since MeJSlaib left hia i>h\cc-axs a  hotel clerk and decided to ntudy;law.  Of thia. amount $���������!0,000 was returned to two^clients who paid McNab for  advice ais to investments - upon 'which  they loot.  Another Gold Shipment  Caaaiulu Huh Sent a Fiarther Jp.'S.OrtO^HlO  To tlaaltaMl  Sialic*  New York.-~-Tho gold movoment  from Caaaaada- back to Now York,  which amouaitcd to i>5,fi00,000 in De-  Itical PYisoners  ^,  1 eu Kcicased To l*oIand  Coiadensai:>d  To Death By Soviets  Warsaw.���������Soviet- Russia and Poland exchanged 38 political prisoners  held under vai-ioua charges. Anioaig  those released by tlie SovietEj were:leu  who had been sentenced to death.';  Poland delivered nine persons,  among them a noted spy named  Illinicz. ^Sovic-td returned 'Ji) prisoners, among them two pri.eate ands.x  womcai.  At tho same time the two countries exchanged a protocol which  giaaraaiteed the return to Poland ct  two more priests held prisoaicrs.  Governor General /Inspects Namesake  Hirt Excellency Lord Willingdon,  hoiiring that an internationally-famous OlydcaiUilc HtalHon "Lord Willingdon" "was u feature  of tho  utalUona  ecmbcr owing to the discount on the being Vshovvn recently at tho Ottawa  Canadian dollar In the Now Yoa-k foa*-. Winter Fair, took tho opportunity of  eign exchaaago anarkot,  ban  boon in-  inspecting liiti  nanieaukc. lii:i  'fcJ������.cel-  n clean sweep of grand championships  at Caaiadlan. fairs this fall, being  grand champion at Toronto, Ottawa  and Guelph. The hoi*ae has-jaecured the  enviable recoa-d of being the champion  of Scotland, England and Canada. He*  Rescues Ch-ew Of Air Mail PJaino  London,��������� Tho captutn of the Biitlnh  ntcaaner, Btltish Knight, lias notlfted  his London owners that ho picked up  tho French mail airplane, IN-R-Cal, <���������>������  the Latecooro lltic, and i-cscwcd.. the  crow, fiR mileM cast, oa1 Capo Docatn.  The plane and crew will be landed at  Gibraltar.  W.    N.    1J,    1715  erenacd to JiSlO.RDO.ooo with another  fahipanont of !?5,000,000, oonslgnpcl 1o  the Caaiadlan Bank of OommcaHpo in  Now York.  The not lo������ra of j?old to the United  ^talcft charing 1027 In pjaced at JflBl,-  000,000 by Iho Federal Ronervc Bank  ..of TTc.-.v Yorlr; !n*!'n ar.onthly rcvlc.v of  J credit ��������� and haviiiaoHH eoradltJona.  \vai.i  brou^liL iv  Canada hy  Mr.  3d'c-   tho :;uailteu .suV������iiark>u\    All     of     \.hi-  Calluan, oai    the   Bollngbroko,    along! bodlca were found lax the engine room  graph standing at the left beside the j with ovor .100 other   puro-brod   anl-lof tho submarine.   They   were   fully  loaacy Ih nhowu hi the   above    photo-  champion. At the right is W. #T, Mc- i main which, with tlio exception of this  Calluan, of TUmmpton, Ontario, ainal' ntnlllon, will he dl������eposcfl of th rough-  R������*aglnti, Bank., who pua-charactl dah ; oait tho Went. "Lord Willingdon,"  ntftlllon in Scotland Just year iat at jhowevca-, will bo nhipped back to flcot-  prico exceeding "$10,000, ahd .brought land nhortly on tha Canadian Pacific  Mm  1't <'nvn������1n   In  0*-tobnr. - I fa-ashler   '"Berwyai."   to   bo   u.'ied   for  Tlahi two-yrar-old attailllon httci made [breeding purponoa aantll 1!������30.  n������*cft*ver Bodies Froaaa Sttilnnnrlru**  Provtncetown, Masfj.���������Tho bodies t f  three members of the crew of tlio ������J-l  wan recovered by divers who entered  clothed   and   appeared   to   havo   m������>i.  death by da-owning.  Three ftftht' of thao nutomobHea 5n  Porto Rico are iai nix citicn havlav;  on"-fifth of Hvr������ popialiit ioia, of tlio lt>  laiad.  *> THIS  CBESTOH HEVIXiW  iwiadSc}  i  o  These machines are the best  value dollar for dollar  or-  the market today, and the  well-known- Massey-Harris  quality  is   combined   w-th  efficiency  and   right price.  Two sizes in stock.    Call and  look them over.  The   only   machine  made   in  Canada.    Buy it and keep  your money in the country  to support Canadian industry.  FARMERS' SUPPLY DEPOT  CHAS. MURUELL.  Local and Parsosial  ���������    ��������� "1       ���������������������������.���������������������������.     ���������    ���������      ���������    IH    . . I   ML -.       ������������������    II ���������������    ������������������.-������������������������������������ ...    I*���������I     ������������������-���������       ���������  Fob Rent���������Pivt* room house, centrally located. P. H. Jnckson. Crea-  ton.  Ma*s. H. W.- McLiiren was a visitor  to "Vancouvea   tlie latter past of the  week.  *  E. Lrtairie of .Cranbrook was a guest  of Dr. A. C. Mittun a few days thit**  week,  Mrs. Wetherhesaid of Nelson as a  Oreston visitor this week, at guest of  Mrs. Bayle.  H. McKenaie of th������������ provincial police  staff. Nelson, was here on an official  visit last week.  Cabbage���������For sale a  cabbage, $2 per 10������ lbs.  (Alice Siding*), Creston.  ITos Sai������k���������Hej**?H?^r*,*d  ������?ewt-y   w*w.  freshen***! Chris. 5 mas Bav, 3  A. H. Pigott, Wyniade..*  qnant'ty   of  K. Stewart  we... a^ra   *-������*!.���������.  vrtBra vft%i.  WATfTasR���������Will pay highest cash  pric������ for cattl*������ of all descriptions.  Ivan O'Neil   B< ax 98, Creston,  Wanted���������Teisiaa work horses, about  2800 lbs., stale pa-ace anal weight an  writing.      A'lhwt    Stewart.   Creston.  P. F. Steveasson --a-ss combining  1 aisiness with pleasan-e oh A visit to  Cranbrook   *.aj, the  first of the \vrer\  Mrs. JVaIters? and daughter, Doris,  %vh������> have  spent the past three weeks  Members and Adherents of Christ  Church are rereilnded of the sanKaaal  meeting of Christ Church in the  Parish Hull at 8 o'clock this  evening.  Creston and district Women's In.  statute anwH������j~sn'eetinj������ is bein-g held  at  the   Januaa-yymeeting   this   after-  nnnn.>-     Mmix   B;  5$te-?eG"    l~   -fetiS'rinfS*  president.  Miss, Svelyn Bevart. who is on tbe  nursing sftaf? al the hospital At Republic, Wash.,' spent a few days last  week with her caarents. Mr. and Mrs.  B. S. Bevarn,  Ataeordln-fif to the official report the  Creston Valley honey ca-op of 1027  rains to about IJfUKXKnounns���������an aver-  asre of SO nounds froan some 260 hives  of be*3B kept, locaalty.  Two more licenses to operate trap  lis&sf in this district were issued at the  bringing;   the   total   trappera*  license  issue aap to twenty.  St, Stephen's Presbyterian Church I  Ladies' Aid had their annuaS meeting*  on Friday last -when the old officers  were elected for another year, sis follows: President* Mrs. J. W. Dow;  vice-president, Mrs. H. S. McCreath;  secretary, Mrs. Henderson; treasurer,  Ms-a. C. H. S&it-e, The. tfs������..assrea;,s  statement showed; a cash intake for  the yetir tkbout SSMJ. The occasion  was a notable one in that at marks  twenty years of continuous service as  prest* dt nt of, the aid for Mrs. Dow.  Anglican Ctisrch Servis  SUNDAY, *5AW.   is  CRESTON���������8 and 11 ������*ro.  SEHDA.R~-7.30 p.m.  HEADACHES!  Headaches over the eyes or  in th������ forehead- tare generally,  due a subluxation of vertebra  (slight misalignment of boBy  ���������hony segments) of the neck.  TbeBe Riibhixatsons can generally be corrected through Chiropraotio" adjustments, and  relief is aura to follow.  For   Quick  Clearance !  THREE PAIRONLY  R  7 eyelets, specially  priced at  at i*e������.ctnan������, re-tair-nsriS  if!     Hi* ���������  <������:���������������.������ ss\ii  ><tsji  reg. $3.25.  V. MAWSON  Ma*. Hare, si-., who haa b������en visit-  iragc with her ������t>n, O. "HL Ha������*e. the past  tha-ee weeks, hfts returned to Iiyltnbw-  "Wa.H*tbi>���������:l"t������ buy, cow hides for"  cash. Will he at MairrellV feed store*  until January 20th. John Gas-field,  Of*;StO*ii,  For SAI.B���������Hand engraved saddle  and brtdlv. and Bat twang chaps, all in  ftood condition, a������nd going cheap, F*.  C. Bodgei-s, Creston.  ���������  The W.M.S. of St. Stephen's* Pres-  bvtei-ian Church wall meet at thae*  home of-Mas. Hendea-son at 3 p.m.,  Tuesday, January I7th.  Mrs. Chwrl^s-At-nistrotsg*, j*nd young  son. who have been on a visit with  -relative** and friends at Nelson, returned home on Monday.  December business was slow at i-he  Creston office of the pra������vincaai polace  ���������w htch had aa total intake of but $90.  SJSO of -this was f :-om fines.      ���������   ���������   ' ���������  Fob Sale ob Trade���������Will sell or  <ar tu.de ImiO .b. rmtfe, 9 yeats old. in  exohanjre vvaauld take, hoa-se aboiat-1300  lbs.    B. Nouguier, Canyon.  For use at public meetiaga and for  Stsnday school and yoaang people's  affairs, andrgan has just heen installed in Trinity United Church basement.  Oreston is^hyaving-its Janatary th������w,  the wealher taking a milder turn  last,  Friday.      Nairn   was   an   evidence' on  Wednesday   morning,   and   consader-  able aif the snow h-is disappeared.  Viraa������gr- clevis \V. O. ��������� Taylor posted  the 1038 yar������ttne list on Monday at the  town hsall. It shows sonae 135 names.  The court to Anally revise the last sits  on Monday njoraiiug at 10 o'clock.  Nomination'day'for commissionerii  for Creston village as on January.23rd,  There   "a re f already   raimors%������f   thn������e  new  R&parants and   it looks as if two  of the old board will seek   re-election.  For Sale���������Thirty White Leghorn  PailSets, Hollywood **ti*aan. Also  twelve hens aand ca������ckerel. $45 takes  the lot, AlaOT one Jersey eow recently freshena-d, cheap. T. 14. Ire1andB  Creston (north en ai)  At th������������ Jataaaiary meeting of the  Creston Etoard of Trade at iva" decided  to postpoaie the electarn ;of oiSiicers  until .January24th, when the ������t*������nwfal  dinner will tbe held. Foaar new menj-  bec^ j|oine<rup to start the year'"right.  ������eo. Giann, n foaamer /jpamvaTn.ciail  ptilaee officer At Creston, latter transferred:. t<> New Denver, and for the  past few. yea a*s resident at Vancwnver,  was? married in Vancouver the latter:  part of ElVceniher, to Mrs. Margaret J.  Bruce. .f?   -'   ���������  Authorized  for CRESTON DISTRIC1  ^t"*Jff V        to       *B ^* ���������  Watch for our prices  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE  sees  Ja.^1   H ~^-m V^Sh,     M v   v     H "-.-I H -4 y^at    tV  WATCH   FOR  IT !  Xhursday - Friday - Saturday  JANUARY I9th, 20th, 21st  *ri-lU  R1SXALJL. 8TORIQ  im. mm j������ mum mm m m    mm mm mm m*t     m "   mmttm 0*. i #r   ff*\ ���������V* 0% ff* P*  KtdlUll UKIIu m ttUUK dl UKK:  OBfiO. 11. KBYailJY  The Ladies'* Aid of Trinity United.  Church net'ed "'$17 on Tuesday raight  at a sleighing pai ty followed by a bean.  supper in the church basement. Seven  teams wea-e in opeiation, and the  guests wea-e treated to a drive out as  far as Laslea-.  Creston Post of the - Canadian  Legaon are well satisfied with the  taaa-noait at the Cinderella dance an the  Beninger Hail on Satiaitaay night.  Another wall be held this Sat.tu-day  evening, with nn adraiissiatn of 50 cents  to gents, and 25 cents to 1'adaes.  The annaial congregational meeting  of Si. Stephen's Presbyterian Chairch  will be hfld on Tuesday evt������niaag next,  Jain mi ry 17th, at ft o^clock. Reports  wiU be siibmattisd by- the vn-Hotis  oficaniKiacJotvs, :aej'4 ������������������- large attendance  of membea-s ������and   friends  aa expected.  T. Robs ifl a hoxpital patient at  Cranbrook nt present. Han was takeaa  there on Monday'' saiffea-ang rather  severely from blood- poiBoninfj*:, which  developaV. rapidly following hts getting a Jilavan* into the thaaiub of his  right hand some tiane lust week.  Latest reports fa-nm the hospital are  to tne effect that he as holding his  own.  Rev. B. A. Ba.W; who in 1011-15 waa  'an charge of Christ Church. Creston,  aand since then hats been woak lug In  JSlpatrtBhes tn the Ottawa district, haaa  just been ainnaed nasi stunt rector of a  church at Hartsdale, ai suburb (af New  York "city. The congregation appears  to he u decidedly high church as the  foi'mer local paaator ja now known ns  Ful hei-Bial 1.  Orgnnizaitions of Trinity United  Chtaruh aire holding thoir annal meet  itigH athiu maioUa prior to Triimaty con-  gregiationiial annual, which Is set for  Junuaay 27th. On Friday night the  Sunday aaebool waaa in lannaial session,  re-electing T. Goodwin, saapetintend-  ont, aind Mias Cliaart Morrow, secretary  trentu-ii-er. Tho pnot year saw 92  echolai-a enrolled, with at <?tthft of ten  tuiicher*-.  Oaaly cmreapnndcnce w������������h loiandled at  the final meeting of the village com-  aailHbionoria which waa held on Mondaty  nlglit with null membera present. Tho  naitalandlng hitter was fraina Terrace,  whlcli h.iw ja������Ht boon organized u������ am  vlllago, tha^a olerk wtltlng for u copy of  itlf. hy-h*,v\itt <j*a������.������ai4i������l hy Ct^Htorv vllla-ifi������.  A mpecliil naiicetliag wan hold January  aid, when all the 1027 biib'ru^tu vwaa  c I anted up, and -accounts totalling  $22571 were ordered  pnld.  <"*  G.A.MinyN,D,0., fk  L.AMONT BLOGS.  e-^i  NEW HOURS���������Oloeod Wodriaasday and  Saturday aSternoona.  HEALTH f& WEAajTH  Aii of us have at least two pleasures in life  ���������eating and* sleeping.      For 1928 the Co-Op.  would like to make the former just a little more.  pleasurable, partictilarly as to quality and cost.  We congratulate ourselves on being able to  fairly accurately guage the requirements of the  average homey atid its our buying accordingly  yoii can absolutely rely on the freshness of our  goods.      ';!'/--:������*-:.a'P..:-- 'P   .,--.'���������������������������;..'      -:\..^ _ .  And in specializing in staple Hues w������ get ^the  quick turnover wntth the inevitable lower cost of  doing business which benefits as co-opeiationists.  we pass on to you in the shape of more attrac-  tive,prices.    . ;������������������'.   :* '. y l --     * -���������- .?  '  ifilS  has  been  the experience of our constantly-growing list of customers, and we invite  you to share in these benefits.  Everything carried in a fully modern Grocery  and Provision Store is here. Gome on in and  get acquainted.  SS1  Vaflgf Bfl-flpemf!?8 flsts  mmm  Im %Wm  mma*..*m*.a*  tlllliK'SUll  ! *"���������  In any ^of these lines we are prepared to take care  of your every requirement promptly and at prices that  will satisfy.    We are handling \  FLOUR    v  Maple Leaf and Robin Hood ^  ._������__,__    ..������������������.. i.-..'T'- -' '..'������������������'  TiasBothy, Alfalfa/Prairie Hay  Bran, Shorts, Barley Chop, Crushed Oats, Chopped  Oats, Wheat, Etc., always on hand.       ^^te���������X ^^***.^^>*Am   JsWmm *mWL*m*m  GALT���������the best mined  m.   MM M .al  aW   Hi    D.    0  B9  sras  was  w*  PMa.   mm   mm f*f*^ **   M  dSm%t 4tk mmm*m. mmflam.  m BURNS & CO.,  11        ,a a  iMiWa'M.'  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical diah* citsy to nerves.  Shamrock Brand HAM. BACON ana LAMD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Oovcrnmont graidad, higlioet quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  aaU.wjiriotlo������.  Choicest BEEh������ PORK MUTTON* VEAL, LAMB  BhRNS* IDEAL FOULTR Y FOOD  loci-camel* egg productUm nnd productai* butter poultry*   Buy fbo boot.


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