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 SK'.Kv^tVrSW'i  /  ' if A  ��������� '   *^  .AAJBBSk":SS������t. _.agu<-6  KP3ELJ&  " ������������������~?*���������- ���������- ���������-'���������--     ��������������������������������������������������������������� L        iiiuifr     '' ^^  Vol XIX.  CKESf ON,; B. C FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Sr 1928  Ntx 52  ??*?***'  Kod ancl t������ian  e^S������������������������-.    T ftjfcJS������������^������ygB.g������as  ^BUKJ   ^X&ae^lT^  Oreston Valley Rod arid Gun Club  met in manual session on Thaaaradarsy  night last with. President Major Mal-  larKlaine to the chair, and about tvt en-  ty members En -attendance. .  ' Considerable correspondence wa������  disposed of by the fyling process, bwfc  a letter fronts* the-fishery inspector re  fi-y vsiit fee answered with -s reoufiBt  for 25,000 trout fry to be placed in  Meadow Creek, where trout thrive  wonderfully *������ ell. ���������_  The toll showed close to 50 members  and another -was receitf'fd at tbe'meeting. Tbe secretaty's repeat Indicated  that the past year was a successful  - one for the club, though quiet .as to  sport.  The treasurer's report accounted for  about 5JS5GO of revenue for the years  aand  the club haa supplied the  time. It waa fortunate the ice was of  good thickness, as the load was a  heavy one of ladies and refresh ments.  Sirs. Heap returned on Ttaesday  froni I������ethbridge9 Alberta, .where she  has been visiting old friends for the  past two weak*.  A   very successful  tea was held at  the   schoolhouse' oaa Saturday.     The  hostesses 3d e&dameswhitesiiae.Dennes. j  ������10   s-alK!*!   mo������3  will  b������ added to the I  " Miss Kitty fipugland left last week  for Krnabsr-r'ey, where sfea has secaiared  a position- arid 'will be l-einaininf?.permanently. / ���������      *     .  We Abbot, levies Hurl und Bob  Burns have left recently' for Yahk  whst-e they ������*b a sa ployed, in W.  WilVherhtatt's cajasp.  ns* siMgi-e-   i.  i ��������������������� m a  UiHlBiuu.-ut.jr  uta.ii. luuu.  on view a salver tea set, which, should  have been presented to Mr. and Mrs.  Xioashy previous to the! a- departwe  earlier in the  nionth   to  Vancouver.  1. .    m.    .������*        a.1 -       - ������.. ft :__   .aaa   .katrt  vtl!E> UUC iiUV WSBiS3.lBS.VW BKSB������3J^ tsax* .res-  tO procure the service the presentation  has been thus delayed, but at Is being  forwarded on to Mr. and Mrs. Xtoasby  this week.  vwgrammat  nff  70  tary with, a typewriter to enable him  to handle the correspondence to better  advantage.  The club wiii put on a dance on Si.  Patrick's Day in the Parish Hall, and  -another on May 24th. The club build-  ing is tbo be raised to a level with the  &idewa������k. as soon as weather per.ssair-.  The club lot on Barton Avenue will  also be fenced. . v  The old officers were all w-eleeied  by acclamation, as follows:  President���������Major Mallaudtfine.  Vice-president���������Chas. Suteiiffe.  Treasurer���������Vic. Mawson.  'Secretaary���������."W. G. Hendy.  In connapctlon with stock ing M������*������������������*-  dow. Creek?" the secrart^ry t-ubraitted  figures to show that in 1824 some  20,000 fry were deposited, along with  15,000 in 1025, nnd 20,000 in 1026. Another 25,009 were.distiiba-ited last year,  so "that witb the 23.000 asked for ISaS  - tM^^4*a*$*!^ .--:. ���������  ;- "IlSOOOya^M-^jpiac^V*-'* -Corn Creek.  but due tof bad food conditions they  did not survive. Meadow Csa'ek, tiow-'  ever, is very favorably t-eportea upon  by the fishery inspector.  launch was served at the close of the  meeting and rounded off a most enjoyable and profitable session.  ���������v,  Tb_  dance in  asssj?   People's   Club   ha*i   a  the hail on Saturday night.  flnai service on Sunday, There will  be Sunday school at 10 a.m., and  morning prayer and Holy Cons an union  ���������a*    81    ^   ' "*"  *���������������. .....  Oster Trading & Supply. Company  are this week taking into stock a car  load of the well known Ogilvie pro-  duetts. Pioutinent in the shipment is  a grettt range of feeds for the local  poultry men.  A., atlance is advertised for the Hus-  Official Scores  Ctirlihg Classic  n ssudev-nght affair, with  fYlfeTQ-t/v  &Is������a$mm������*  Mrs. Buckland hat? returned to  Sirdar after a stay fin the hospital at  Nelson and a few days.visit with, Stive.  Jas. Cook at Creston.  Mrs. M J. Beaingep" -of "Creston  spent the weekend at Sirdar, a guest  of Mr. and Mars. Jack OaRseroa,   .  Mra. ,J*!ead. of Cre&tpn IS a Sirdar  visitor, at  guest  of Mrs. T. Rotlgers.  Mrs. Cherbo, act! ng -as team ster.  took a slels.ll "party off ���������! nim-a-ied tadies  over the lake,'on ������" surprise party to  Mrs. Iko Lewis and Mrs. Midgley. and  they  all  say   they  had  nn excellent  One-Act Plays    -  Character Shctchea  Hsssnorotts and Dramatic  Stories  ���������'   v'1  typ "' ��������� '... ���������  Eisie  One   of  Canada's   Foremost  Artists.  Trinity Church, Oreston  OiiOu  ais] w xsst& mum  I  at, F.TOHT p.m.  arlliiBSSKS *3uSfiu*      ��������� ��������� IbSBI-BUIIiIi ������-*l<b������  SMiss Annie Hooke of Spokane is  here at present on .a visit with her  grandmother. Mrs. Grady.  Miss Phyllis Foxalt was a Creston  visitor a couple of days last week, a  guest of Miss M. Crawford. She returned on Friday.  Mrs. Pitt Brooke, who has bt*en  visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.  BuMes'Seld, returned home on Friday.  Mr. Vanknughneta who has beeu-a  patient at Cranbrook hospital,, return-  eu uome on K><i.t.u&uay.  Rev. S. Newby of Creston was here  for Anglican service on Sunday night,  when he preach������d his farewell geruaon.  and -was the guest of Mrs. J, Bathif.  He spent Monday raormng^* (Making  calls on bis parishioners.  A. 53. Towson was & betv.een   trains  vasifiH������r^t^C������������6ys3a^-.*iwi ..Sunday:,, visiting.  hiss    sister,    Mrs.    R.   Aasdebivad/     P.  Andestad   returned " to   Canyon   the  sanie day.  Mr. and Mrs. H. IrviOjjr of Creston  were lootor.visitora here on Sanday  visiting with Mrs. Toivson and. Mrs.  Benedette.  S. Jarvis, who has been travelling I  over West Kootehays darang th*1 past |  few months, lookjng over its mineral  possibilities in the intei^ests of an  eastern syndicate, was a visattor for a  few days with Mr. and Mrs. Towson,  leaving "bani   Thursday   for Mttnitoba.  A very pleasatnb afternoon was  spent on Friday at the home of Mrs.  M. Wigen. Court ���������whist was tbe  feature of the affair, with the prisses  going to Maris. Dunseath and Mins Olga  Hagen taking consohation honors. A  dainty lunch was served, and aU very  much enjoyed the afternoon  The whstat drlv<������ In ������3d -of the  Woaiaen's Auxilary on I'riduy night  was qaiite a success. The winners  were Mifas Ltz^u* Piggot and Joe.  Wigen. Tha'conrtolation honors went  to Mrs. M. Hagen "..rin'd'f'Mn1 Duncan*  A very nice supper was served and ail 1  Ian attendance report a. very nice tiiiae.  Mass Severn, principal of. Wynnclfcl  school, IsauBS the following ropatrt foi*  Bivfsfion 1 for January t Pea-feet  abtendaince ��������� Lewis Abbott, Mary  Ahb&tt, David Bathie, Rudolph Bene  defcti, Alice Davis, Melvln Hugen,  IH lien Uiigcai. Maron Moon> Allnn  jWood, Hilly Wood. Haiti-old Davis,  RonHteln Wittnaan.   "       ,  In DBvinlon 2 Mr, DtiintMin's report tu  aa. followii: " Perfect...- ; ntt^nclancc-r  Bertha Glletto, Leonard Gelette. Al-  viri Hagen, Blpaer Hagen, Hilda  HQgoi(>, J ame Wigen, fBoiher; WI ttman,  Clara' Wlttmian, Inith Wood;  Tho , annua! church meeting; of tho  Anglicans in Wynndel waa held on  Sunday   last   after   oven-song.     Iho  vicar thunkod all tbo oftlcora'nnd tho  *V<jJiifta'y AuxiUs-.s-y catsaabcr-a for Llavlr  splendid work and co-operation during tho past year. A, Towaon was  le-oleotod vluai's warden, Mr, Davldgo  as people's warden, with Mr. Tnwaon  srM Mm, Bathie and Miss Ohftplln ns  the- cburoh. cfirmnilttae* Tlie v]oaa:"s  wartiiDia will act as BtiCi-ettaa*y ti-eaMau-LM*.  Mfs, Sixsmlth, tho president of the  W, A., handed tho ittenmhent a paarm-o  of note*, as. an rappreclut|on' of hln  vvot*k lu Wyundel. '  by Mrs. EZolthaitniuer and Mr. Murphy,  and was very much enjoyed by a good  tucsa-out.  The^Vraited Church ladies' aid had  their annual sueeting' on Thurs<lHy  last when the folio wing officers wea*e  elected: "'President. Mrs?.-' H<alste������cl;  vice-pretiident, Mrs. Searle; secretary,  jMras, fj<M������lc; treas������������spep ��������� Msss ISkjus**  Ssaxiaielswn. * Mr.-. Hurl and Mrs.  Bond,, who wer^ last year's president  and vicf-presids'ssi declined're-election.  "a,  Mrs. Ben Lionj^, who is spending the  wini������a* w|th. old friends ut Moyie. has  jnst taken over.the. work as catechas't  at th;3 Roman Catholic Sunday schoc.l  in that town fnir. the winter uaonths.  Below -will be found the official  .scores in connection with this season's curling classic. President vs.  Vice President, in which tbe rinks  representing tbe latter won out by  erwft sohoolhoasss this-gFridsy s*vessing= | a   KjarRin   of 38 po!sife������= . That fche  Mrs. Carl Wigen and ber brothers  Walter Johnson, of Wy������nd������*l, were  visitors here last week with their  sister, Mrs. John Huscroft.  Harold Lsangstttai and John Bird  were-" amongst those present nt tbe  board of trade banquet at Creston on  Tuesday night last, ai couple of vocal  solos "by the foruaer adding much to  the "pleasure j������f the occasion. '  The   standing  Sc'ssictn    of    the  ' 'mm affjS&SS  ������SSaSSsBa*  Bill Vuness left on Mc������ndav last on a  visit, with* bis mother*, who is now  resident at Armstrong. _  Jack Snail h got back a few days ago  g*w>trirk a haiijrtjk-vj, viss! with friends at  Vancouver.  ..... a jr  committees   for   the  legisLatasre   are   just  Hnntsisnced and it is noticed tbat Col.  Fred X.istt'S- has been named to act im  the coantiaittees on iuin������;s-. forests and  agriculture.  A meeting is called for Wednesday,  at "S.30 p. i������. at the Lister school to discuss organizing h.,Farmers1 lnst.it.ute  to serve the List.er-Hai6croft ss-etion.  It will he parlicaahirly beneficial in  powder puif.hasang. lis well as havlhg  other beneficial features. ���������  competition on the whole was  closer than bbe totals might indicate will he gleaned from the fact  as total of 36 games were played  the .margin of . 38 only represents  on an average about.ona point per  game.     Points for and against are:  ' Fob   a&etrst.  Henderson_58-   56  lit eer 47  Palmer 38  Staples 52  Craig 55  46  ou  43  as.  F������a������   Agt  Mcl^aaren.. 38   55  Crisler 54 - 42  Hare 54   47  ���������������������  _��������������� m.      .   . jr.  rtoya ...���������,.,...,,- aai     w  Weir 47   47  Joyce. 73   SS  Local and Personal  Kootenay River ferry is to have its  annual overhaul nest week and the  ferry sea-rice wail be discontin,tied  Monday and Tuesday.  The disappearance of the sleaghtng  "has necessitated the shutting down of  ] operations temporarily at the "Putnam  sawmill  Coinpton   has   returned    to  *~-*  iOngsgnte to resume bis position with  the C.P.R. at that point.  ,   - v  Fred Ash has foined the s"taix at. the  Mercantile store, Creston, for the  stocktaking wos*k this sno-atb.  R. Stewart Wjnst completed tear-1 P������hner & St������plef. Ximited  ing-down* the shack  on  the   formertmtxtH c>f tcHrw-^^"*'-^-!  Aitbur   Pendry- *p!ace.     which . Mr?  Stewart   now  owns, and he   Intends  building'a packing shed'to take care  of the strawberry harvest.  Dtae tn the pre valance of coughs and  coUfs the attendance at Alice Siding  ������<chool has dropped to ten at the end  of January.   The tasaial attendance ita  about  Hc9Mf, Carry Sutclatte and Bond  have completed? stocking the Ine  hoaiRes at Creston. The residents  would appPHi- to he Looking for a cool  summer as less ice than in 1927 has  been stored.  Now thait the snow has gone-some  of the fsrowerr. nTf at...-iyor!s  SBsnlchlng  the sfciT������*vbea*raes.  Pruning commenced in thia tection  this week, Messrs. Webster, McMurtrie and Compton being tho first ������������  the fob. They are agreed that the  outlook if good foa-an apple ts a op, but  penrs Hte liable to be lighter than in  3027.  Mrs. F. Knott of Canyon ts a visitor  hei'43 this week,  a goeat   of Mrs.  U.  Stevenw,  Mr. nnd Mr*. C II. Haw and faitnily  of 0������*flton were weekend gtientB - of  Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Jacks.  Hi. J. MaalthoaiPO and Harry Hetnae  are busy at present hauling oaat fence  po&ts and ties for A. Berggren, who is  shipping from .tbo aid! og aat Canyon.  Rev, S. Newby will bo here for hla  r ....a,  go corasuis^&aaa'rs have  been sworn an but have deferred elect*  ing a chairman aa ratal 9 am. February  8th, when they wall *ifc as assessment  roll court of revisaon.  Creston Post Canadiain "Legion  re  ansind of their bridge and whist at the  Parish   Hall  this evening, with cards  to start at 8 o'clock.   The admission is J  278 316 316 278  That the tiew talent is taking  kindly to the game is shown in the  playinR of the s aeon's three new  skips, Hare, Craig and Weir, the  former coming through the com-  petitioa. with seven points to spare*  and the other two -getting an -even  break.    - s   now f included   in.    the   local   bank's  equipment.  Rev. 8. Newby, who has been in  {cbas-ge of Christ Church for the past  two years, will take bis final service  at Creston on Sunday evening at 7.30,  and will be leaving on the 11th for  Montreal, farosn which nort he sails a  "wssls. later for His tsew-worfe. at Hs&lsss  harp. N������������rwich. EShgland.  - The early U,ainin-g received ftt Cres-  4ron as presiding officer is coming in  handy with oar fursaer tow^sarasa,  C. Q-. Benaojett, - who has just" been  elected. president of Fernie.board of  trade. At Kimberley, too, A. R.  Swanson occasionally directs the  monthly sessions of the same organization with credit.  Rj\   **m.f%*r\ fro  tauavf  w������r*������awf  H-'Hiiftlh ^n^Iis-ri-PH i^l*\L**,W_  Two-Day Stop of  fM^   m%fflm\jWm* mK^MSS-] H^ ^tj|irf.'^.tfeia1 **&  jf tl   ***** tiffa  Due to -.he neooasity of making;  repair* Kootenay Biver Ferry  will not 3>e itv oponation Monday  and Tueadiiy, Fcbrssary 0th and  7th��������� 1028,  y     a^a,      p^i ^y,^.yn yr, fa.  it*. 4J*.  t������*. X jii iatiO,  General Foremata,  Crcaton, Fob. I, 1928.  Mrs. T. Lytle is ai-Cranhi-ook visitor  this week. She is ii. delegate from  Trinity W.M;S^ t������������ the conference pf  Kootenay Boundary United Chua-ch  W.M.8. workers an the diviwiouul city.  A raaa-e chance ti������ baiy household  ?i?!SRts in -p'E^senU'd on Friflay, February. 10th. at the English Chairch  rectory, .when Rev. S. Newby Is having an auction state of his furnita.te,  etc.  Mrs. J, W. Rttlainson left, on Tuesday for Cranbrook, where ahe is  delegate from Ta-anity Chua*ch to the  annual Kooteniiy-Boajndary confer  ence of the "W.M.S. of the United  Church.  Fob Saus���������Two milch cows, very  quiet. Jera^ey-Ayashia-e, 5 yearn old,  with heifer calf ������ix weeks, $75. Jer-  sey-Holntein, 2 Vears old with kaill  calf live weeltH,'940. A.'North, Sirdar, B. C.  At the annuial mea'tiaag of Creston  VaiHey Kod latad Gun Ohib Maijor  Mallaniiaine wian again chosen pteBt-  dent.  with   W, G.  Hendy.  secretary.  The qlub is asUiaag for 2-J,OCM3 trout fry  for Meadow' Ciwk.  , Assessment notices for 1028 have  gone oaat thin week from the village  U-G-aawrer, and the coutt of revision  sits on the 8th at 10 a.m. With tho  exception of now IttiiUllogK eaea-ted in  1027 there ar<o few, lif any ohnnges, in  the 31>27i-oIl, .  According to the carefully prepared  trade statement tmhmitted by President Maillandauiiu at the amnuail lateet-  lug of Creston Board of "JViidti, apple  ethlpinenta fa-om Creston V������|ley points  foa 1027 were 1<>hs thn at 00,000 boxes.  In 1020 tho outgo was almost I ft S. 000  boat's. *        ,  Eleven tables of players were out on  Tuesday afternoon at the Parish Hall  for the court whist given by the  Women's Institute to members and  lady friends, with top scores made by  Mrs. 8. A. Speers and Mrs. McLaren.  M re. H ayd en, M rs. G teen wood and  Mrs. Geo. Young were in charge ot  the aaffair, which was thoroughly en-  |oyed.  Creston Valley Laid lee' Conservative  Club had a large turnout for thei-p  card party itnd dance in the Parish  Hall Friday night. The winners ait  bridge were Mrs. C. W. Allan and  Mrs. P, O. Rodgers, who scored first  and second In the Indies' section, while  the same honors went to Walter Hall  and W. H. Kemp for men. At ordinary whit*t the high scores were made  by Mrs. T. Leaman und K. Brown..  After lunch there was a couple of  hoiirta* dancing with inaiuie by Mrs.  LiHter's orche������tra.  CORPORATION OF THE  Village of Creston  Assessment Roll  Court of Revision  Notice in herohy given tlaat a  Court of Revision on the A-asean-  itioiit Roll, 1U2B, will be held at the  Municipal Hall, Creston, on Wed-  n <wl ay. February 8, 1928, nt the  hour of 10 a tn., Town Time.  The Bunk of Oomrnwrce hti*������ J<t������*t In-  Btnllod another 'seertion of saafety  deposit Iu>jcj?b with which has aon������a> it.  ItkrV.       ������..ii..������..       .Ol     ..l^.a.������aJ(^.     a.....   lrt>a������a.a.,     ^p-.w-  old container ln������l������g uhlppml to Powell  River.   WO <if t,h������Me dt*po(*it la ix������ta au'<e i  Kvory oomplaint must he mode  iii writiiitK and delivers) to the  AtMeHuoi* ten iia-yn prior to the  flifcUtig of the ootirt.  W. O. TAYLOR,  Ahmi'hhof,  i THE    KEVTEAV,    CRESTON,    B.    C.  is doocl ted'  CominerciaS Aviation  S5  Attracts Very Little Attention But Is  Steadily Increasing:  WhileA 6u*r? attention lias been centred .on ine --more .spectacular* events  of aviation, with its thrilling*Hazards,  casualties    and   triumphs,   we   havo  ������������ ^ a. ,**������     . mj$       overlooked* the less eveiitful but iii.oj.-e  ~    ��������� " ~ important aspect of commercial avia  tion. This phase of air travel has been  steadily progressing. Tho year "has  given us /day and- night transcontinental mail service aand tlie air express. The . regmlarity, smoothness  and freedom froan accident attending  these services constitute a record in  many respects fnoi-e reanarkabJe than  ihe most sensational transcontinental  and transoceanic flights. But they  are lateen, ltu-gviy, foa- granted, because thov lack the dramatic appeal  SSvery country in the world instill staggering: under the enormous bur- | o������ 3tunt -flying. Statistics now avail-  den of the war 'debts which each and everyone is carrying. Even countries ] abje sjlow that 400.000 passensrers  xmxi wore not actually engaged in the Great War were none the less put *.o j werc cnVriccl -between January l"and  bei-.vy axpeFae and-sustained-huge losses as a result of that.-tlCanic struggle. '< juiy ;t, 1027, at an average rate of 13  The people of-Canada know what it is costing* them. They have been called 1 conts per -mile. In about live years,- it  upon, to pay ii.come*taxs, excess profits and business profits taxes, sale tax, 1 is estimated tlris rate will be reduced  Ktainp taxes on cheques,.- receipts, matches, increased postage rates, etc., etc. ? 50 per cSn"L Air mail contractors, dlir-  Aside altogether from, loss ol' life, and hi maimed and suffering humanity, the ! jllg. ^ie same period, carried .320,212  iiu>e monetary loss of war is every day toeing brought hoane to the peoples \ pounds of ihaii over a distance of  of the world. 11,399,720 miles with a  ratio of mis-  . . Only recently announcement was made that fourteen shillings of evea-y ' jiaps so small as to "be negligible. Dry  ; twenty paid to the British income tax collector goes to pay for past wars and I figures, pethaps. All figures arc dry.  pioparations tor future wars. And now the Secretary of the "United States | Blit thgy indicate that tho time is near  Treasury explains in has annual report how appi*oxiinatcly eighty-two ceaits j at hand when air travel will toe the  of every dollar paid into the Treasury is expended for past, present, or future | safest form of transportation, and,  ..military purposes, leaving slightly less than eighteen cents for financing tlie j everythiaa������- "considered, one of the  ordinary civil functions of government. ! anost, economical.  Iai other woaxts*, as one paper puts it, while eighty-two cents of every \ .'    dollar collected irom the tax payer is devoted to war "purposes, only eighteen \ _ - v^rj^t svs-frwi w j������ rjl 1T*T*D  '���������teut-s  is spent by th-e Government for the purposes of ps-sce*  agricultural ] ISAUi i5 UVV'K  I .an.i5.Lij I ib  research, erection of public buildings,  scientific'. investigation, the mainten- {  ance. of diplomats abroad., tlae making and enforcing of laws,  and all thc I  multitudinous forms of ordinary civil functions added together. j  These-figures would seem almost incredible even for a country in war-j  ravaged Europe, "but stated officially by a member of the United States Gov  ���������Top QCa-alitjf  In clean, bright Aluminum  Peace and Agriculture  ALWAYS IN THE HOME  Royal Bank An:  9 Sb/5 j<8k ai5** w**8 .ry. tf-^r  .The   annual-   General   Meeting'...of-[was never  more~favorable  for pro  shareholders oE The Royal Bank- of | tongeil prosperity In Canada."  .Canada .marked the close of the most       " "       ���������*     ------  successful year ih the history of, the.  T ������ ^ -������ 1- '   - <���������  J~>Cl������l*V. *��������� ^ *������  $3|T������    n/ihl*aaa*������    -f-T .*������ 1 *-      13������.^M4 Ja*.U     t������.Jl**������  (v������*       *-n-v. x. uv* av      A Ji%*l-%.,     J.   kX7dl\J CUbi     Al*     HJO  address, dealt more particularly -with  general conditions throughout the  country, but touched oai niaaay developments of great importance,  more  especially from    tlae    standpoint    of  'ra-de  and industry.  Cl.-13. NeiJl, Goner.il Manager, re-  vie-ived tlae growth of the'Bank to tho  foremost position it now occupies  .iiad gave to the sharchplders aa interesting insight into the part tbe  bunk' is playing in all centres iia  which 1t Is now doing business.'  Outlook FoToraMe.  Sir I-Ierbert reCerred to the year's  developments iia industry, trade and  fir.Zinei-    as    generally    satisfactory.  The foundation  Cor  the development  ������������������which lias taken place is sound.   Sir  "Herbert "declared -that? as  yet there  are no indications oi,industrial aaaid  commercial'"'- inflation. '...Production,is  ������������������"not exDcUidiaig to a point unwarranted by growth and d em axid and ii is  a noteworthy fact that the whole expansion f hasytaken   place   during   a  period   characterized   by ?nfbderately  declining prices.    Ou the whole the  A,VVl*l>bLl>  y i-ujp -taarrring  *-- _-,~ ".. Speculation.  ' In couuiien-Uns- oa the aaiaiual  s-tateinent, - Mr. . -Neill referred" al  length to tho importance of .ciill  loans, which represent' loans against  stock exchange collhteraul, not only  of the Royal" Bank, biat of aT-1 banks.  He pointed .out that this was indicu-'  tive of three, ihings:   .,*-., .       -  '���������J.. Increase in the number of securities, available to investors;  "   '"2. Increase   iai" the'market  value  of securities.  "o. laicrease in speculation'. '  .  "In at growing country the development of its .TeS'om-ees produces  new securities. Prosperous times result iaa thj^-oaahanceanont inV-value of  sccairlties and foa-' these reasons it is*,  clear that the two first me'ntaoa'ie'd  causes for the inorease in Call Loans  arc at least to some extent justified.  As to the third, .if is- obvious that-  speculatiora. has reached a dangerous  stage.* The b&strinfo.rmed financial  aaid brokerage firms are already' pp-  eratiug oh an unusuail'y c^nseo*vutive  basis by calling for increased ''"'mar--'  gias, by declining to open hew accounts and by restricting the liability  of their fcustomers: ��������� to.;. reasonable,  aanounts." in' tiaraes of excessive  ������rpecttlatioh, the lure of easy profits  dustry and jc-ommeroe��������� is-mor-e settled  than-at the beginning of the period.  Summing ..up the, business sttua tion,  Sir Herbert Stated-that the "outlook  financial situation iia agricultaare, in- j cannot be denied, but speculation car.  '    ' " ' "   "   be cheeked and hold��������� within reason  able bounds- by .the financial interests, partieularly the banks, and bond  a.nd brokerage houses." "        V  Business Men Meet -Farm-ears  * m..u ji.it iTxcuuiuuu jlu  visiuuiint v-iOSCi  '-.."- ReIationsld������s  Representatives of the United  Farmers of Manitoba and"''members of  Onee a mother has used Baby's *** Greater Winnipeg Board of'Trade  Own Tablets for her little ones she conferred recently, in an.-effort:to es-  errunent as applying- to tbat country enjoying- such a large measure of isola-.! always- keeps a supply on hand; for j tablisb closer relatioiis. between busi-  tion from the etttangrlen3ents forced on many European natioijs, and itself | the first trial convinces ber there is 1 ness men and farmers of Manitobairi  practically immune frona attack, the facts and the thoughts fo which they j ������otlnK������ to ^"^^f1? iIX keeping chil-   solving  special problems  of  agficul-  .        . ,,. . ! aren well. The uanlets are a maid hut I ������    ^ ..���������������������������������. ...--. ������. - -  give r:se are appalling-. ^a a. \ thorotagh laxative, .which regulate tho - ������ur  Faced with such a situation it is small wonder that the .masses of the ; bowels and sweeten, the stomach, thus  people of the world are crying desperately for international agreements and 1 driving out constipation and indiges-  tribiinals outlawing all war, and that the inore far-seeing statesmen in all Iti01?'. col^s ?^.d    simple    fe\'ers,    and  ,. .      .       .  .  .       *^j j- , ���������     .      -       *��������� [making teething    easier.   .Concerning  countries are anxiously striving to hnd some formula, some basis, of com- | them   Mrs. SalUste Pelleti'er   St. r>t^  mon agreement. f  mas, Que.,    writes:���������"I    have used  But human nature continues to be very much what it always has been, ! Baby's Own Tablets for the past ten  and so,'while the world is crying for peace, and the United States loudly, years and am nfever- without them in  advertises itself as the great apostle of peace, its people are nevertheless  being incited through'a flag-waving campaign^ and in. the na;33ie of cue hundred per cent. Ai1161^5111^3111' to sanction tlie inauguration of -n ^'world's  greatest navy" policy and the expenditure of billions of dollars upon battleships, arid more, battleships, which will be obsolete and placed upon the  scrap heap before the babies of today reach middle age, unless. Indeed, the  very existence of such a navy does not invite a struggle iri which'some or.  the ships will be destroyed in battle amid the flare and roar of their own  guns.  And while this madness continues, and debt is piled upon debt for the  people to bear, civilization is demanding better schools/better roads, botter  houslng, more of the joy and happiness of life. The cost of one modern battleship devoted to agricultural research would work a reformation in food  production, and every dollar so expended would add hundreds to the wealth  of the wo**ld, as contrasted with every dollar expended in war preparations  being for the avowed pui'pose of destroying both life and wealth.  Among all classes of people, agriculturists should be the foremost in  their insistence upon peace and in setting their faces with determination  ogainst war and preparations for war.  the house. They have always given-the  greatest satisfaction and I can gladly  recommend them,; to aii.-mothers>;of  little .ones." The Tablets are sold by  ���������medicine dealers or direct by mai.il at  25 cents a box from The .."Dr. Williams*  Medicine Co., Brockville, Gut.  Valuable Clay. Property  a. . a     ,   iiv  A group of clay experts have acquired a. .valuable clay yoro-oerty .three  and a half miles from-.Readlyh, Sask.,  station arid have had rt spur track  built out to the property from the  main line of the Canadian Pacific  Railway.--:��������� ������������������ '������������������; ^  ������������������??.?'���������?  Swollen Joints '"'  ���������������������������-'V'T* '��������� '���������:'-'.���������;������������������ -.'-'���������:��������� ��������� ���������   ���������  Sore muscles     and     strained  ligaments quickly   relieved   by  applicatioii of    Minurd's    Lini-  ,.;.:   ment.;..-.:..   -;,. ..,"...-?.'.,..   iSSEi'Sri  Saskatcehwan Maisical Festival  It is expected that over 2,000 artists  from all parts of this province will  compete in thc Saskatchewan. Musical  Festival to be held in Moose Jaw.  Under a'plarn' discussed, representatives of business and of agriculture  might get together as occasion might  require to deal with specific probletns  affecting the farming districts.  ���������. The confei'ence followed the sug*-  gestion of Premier Johny Bracken, of  Manitoba, made Vat the;'i.92.7, annual  meeting of the Canadian Chambers of  Cbmmercaj; that a closef' 'relationship  Be established between commercial ! -  and agriciiltural.interests of the Do- j  minion. I   :  j,    It pays-to" be xapright. The crooked  Complete in itself, Mother. Graves'I "S" means little, but the addition or  Worm. Exterminator does not require j two upright .lines, thus  :"$'  the assistance of any other medicine j very elociuent  to make it elective. It does not fail to j       J     ��������� l    ���������   ' .- -.--. ���������   ��������� - " ���������-.������������������  ���������      :���������-������������������������������������������������������--������������������������������������' l -    '    ..-���������-.-     :    -  makes it  do its work.  . Paring a corn is both risky and ineffective. It is much better to use Hol-  loway's Corn Remover and eradicate j Dame Rumor  them .entirely.  The first   broadcasting   station   of  them all was ODR, standing for Old  Thc history of the banjo shows that  the. first specimens had but one string.  What is needed, is ?a������������������;��������� saxophone with  only one hole.  Aviator's Adventure������In North  Wealth Of Ivootoaaay District  Kootenay's production of wealth,  charing 1927 is eatiuiated by the Nelson "Daily News** at 556,898,962. In  this total, metal produced by the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co. of  Canada, wore valued :������.t (j-3',047,302*  coal and its products are placed at  S6,4Ca,705; forest products at $5,713,-  775; and agricultural prodixcts nt 51,-  USOflSO.  Raising Polo Ponies  The raising of polo ponies is being  taken up as a sideline on tlie Eldorado  ranch in the Okanagan Vajley. Satisfied that thc climate and range condi-  Squadron    "Leader   T.. A.   fLawrericc  Makes Report To Ottawa  "Forced down by darkriess at a  lonely trading post, with tlie temperature hovering around 30 degrees below zero, isolated by snow storms  and powerless to take wing again f,or  V  itons  of the area are suited to  the  breeding and raising  of  Lhe  typo of Imorc than a weGlc' Squadron-Loader  The less a man knt-jSvs about poll-  ties the more angry ho gets in a political argairaent.  There are 10 square feet of skin on  the average man.  horses required, stallions have been  imported from the Old Country. The  increasing market In the United  States is the one in view.  Some people seem    to    think    tho  domlnaait quality of laughter should  be noise.   . tt  Thc  biggest  bed   of   salt  rock  the world is in Wicllczka, Poland.  in  i*i������  jCa-HJ-IAre  PHIUJPS  |-orTa-oub1v,-*J  ctu^ I o Acta  ,Noic.r.TriON  ACID QTOMACH  HCARTOlHI-aa  HHAOAC������������i  -   :.P:.^j  Sii.-k aatot������aa������hn, Hour ntomaclas attirt  irtdiKiiHtiou aiHually mean t'Xc������s.n acid.  ThO   HtOIWUK.'h    IKJl'VlV!"    aiU*<5   OVO������"-8tlTOU-  lata-'d, Too much tv.iid rualios-a the ntom-  11 el 1 aaad  Inta^-itaiK-i-i iiour.  Alicitli kills ui'lil lr������MtaaiUy, Tins l>(*ant  Take n Hpoonfaal in water and your  unhappy condition will probai'aly end  ltv live minulcN. Then you will alwayn  (enow what to <k>, Cmdo and harmful  mctliodW will novor ������p|>eal to yoai. C.������o  provu thlna for your own imko, It may  i'orai ii. I'liUUii.'i' Milk of M'a'^ncaia, haa- aijiva^ a great, anany dlHaft-rausaablo h������������ua*n.  vmmt\ tmn laar-mlaruiH,    tustoloHH    alone Do Hiiro to got tlio gentilne Phllllpu'  af.ift������������������ 1 !���������/,(���������>.1 ������.>fatay tlav������*-M  at<i i-nl.mria>  hi MMlc. nf MjVffn^,*."!'*, prrajcvlb^d hy phy:.:l������  arafkl. .Sltacr; Jt>i liivftntlaaii, {���������<������ yoarM ago, olann for no ynnrn In corrflotln-ff exaiofhi  K  hian  r<*������uil������a*������d 1J������*;    utaanilairal    wfOa riclalfi. ICuria bottlo conlnbiM ftrtl dh-cc-  T. A. Lawrence, Ottawa, in charge of  tho R.C.A.P. detachment assigned to  survey the Hudson Straits, was tho  principal in il thrilling adventure in  the frozen North.  Rumors reached tlie capital that tho  leader of the Government's survey and  patrol fliers had boon lost. Later ofll-  cials of the Department, of Marine and  Fisheries, who arc in touch with the  Hudson Sti-aits posts by raidio, reported Major Lawrence, safe.  The squadron-lender's report reached headquarters by radio, from liis  Winter headquarters at :,Walccham  Bay, Ungava.  After ,being forced down January  10, the aviator reported, ho was  weatherbound untll^anuary, 10, when  a companion filer, Carr Harrin, sortf.  to search for him, arrived. High winds  which accompaaiicd the extreme cold  made heating of tho "pjahe's motor  imnonaible, and subsequently Squadron -Loador Lawrence wos stranded  back of tho Hudson Bay mib-post nt  Littlo Suglulc.  With the oomiUij*,'- of Jaiildci- wc-athcr  .January ��������� 17; thft airmen dug their machine out. of. the sinow and took off,  Anally reaching Wakeham Bay despite  poor vlHiblllty.  Com-tewy i������ n perHonal InvoMtmont  thai: payia big Ulvldoaads.  MiniMd'as TJnlnift'rat foa' Hl������?lc m������lmaal������.  You doubtless depend on Aspirin to make short worlc of headaches, but remember that it's just'as dependable an antidote for  many other pains! Nctirnlgia? Many have found real relief in an  Aspirin tablet. Or for-toothache;-an elective way to relieve it,  and thc one thing doctors are willing you should give a child��������� ot  the box and on every, tablet. All druggists, with proven directions.  Mt" flfl if -^JL^^aRC*laJlaft<*5!?       BJ ������k ^l*������;CK%a*fl A^^^w?      JiVm%t%r BJrJRfl. Jiff ��������� tt  ar84%M������l   TVafiTT   ������a.������������������oa*������fi* tKiata  l������iaai������0������l������l"  *������   VM  tUtrvtOaar*!  tm^   a������MH������������w^.M tm  ^hVH������a-i-������uii fv'^a-.vr.iatU'ar.  ti������������ian ��������� aauy  a,li-'i?.*,'i-iliai'u,  W  .\.   u.  ...������  IS  **.������I������lTlia Iai 1li������. avaul* a������aa������a-lc (i-cfrUUrml iai flii������ni<liiV 1 tkAlCMttuartt *n������*fer MwiUfacHarft. Wlillaf I*  rran will known tliat Arplran ������tinm>������ luy������r nun>)iaC������������tiar������a, Co a.aaaaaia������< t������i* puiulia mcntina lmlt������������  Woia������, tla������a Tubaa-tia will b������ r������taamipcd Wlta������ thDla* "K������r������r <Jwm", lr������������I������iaa������i:. X  the ��������� bevies:: creston,  b.  a  ;  ai  a������jl nm.m-m  v *  *%1   fi %*%&  I riAio  EXTENSIONS   t.a^r^srsin'BrfeaT   at   NUKlHaUtn AKfcA5  -a?jf^.aTkr^srsin'BrfeaT   a -rfc-a*-*! a n  M-  ?^?'-:  Jt  ���������as*,  N.HQKlsf5,i*SiQ"Ji!'*k*������ 1 <o������rra ac������l������a In va  !  Winnipeg.���������Extension' of the Canadian Pacific Railway into the Northland of Saskatchewan was forecast  by the president, "E}. W. Beatty, K.C.,  on his arrival here.  The work will be a continuation, oi  the branch line which runs North  from Wadena and ,cnds at Nipawin,  almost due Eq^t .of Prince Albert.  Connections with Prince Albert will  be made by a line joining that city  A and Nipawin. _   P..        .-������������������'���������'...'..  'V     Ask^-:lfcst^  IV ly e:^^ioriVt6VW;i:&H^  |s Beatty said tbat was a future p'ossi-  || bility.        V  %l The mining dcvelophient on the  'P Western - border of Manitoba,, he said,  Ulooked a very fine 'prospect over a  || large area; it looked as if the pre-  ������1 conceived idea .of an extended mining  lybelt was going to - come true. That  ||woulti be a great thing for both Mani-  {������=toba and Canada; the possibilities  fiSwere tremendous, he said.  :f s ���������- The Canadian Pacific Railway, Mr.  ---���������'" *v. ���������  yyfVBeattv-"saidVdid not plan to build.into  f||.the Manitoba mine  country, as that  fs district ^11 ibe served by the Hudson's  ^Bay Railway. ;y ?  ff    On tli^Vqiiest&n   of   the    Hudson's  VVBay route for transportation of grain  mittal. The railway wpiild, however,  he.said, belp.to open up^-^fNortherta.  Vseburitry " arid' tlie?'development of the  IVcountry would in turn help the fail-  ?:fway. The country North of? Nipawin,  VfMr. Beatty added, was an exceptional  ||ly fine farming country ;tand wasyal-'  Sgready partly settled. P. J\.-p PPP,  1? Plans for extension in this year  ���������'^v.'ore included in the general construc-  Stive program, the president!; Vstotedv  gThe program would beyfamiouifoed  fishortly.  Notice   Of  Seven  Bills  Is: Given  By  Ministers    t  Regina. ��������� - Premier Garda'ner as  minister of education, Hon. T. C. Davis, attorney-general, Hon. S. J. Lat-  ta, provincial secretary, and Hon. Dr.  J. MS , Uhrich^ minister -' of - pifblie  health, by giving notice of seven bills"*  between them in the" Legislature, took  the preliminary steps towards setting  the legislative machinery in motion.  Notice of a bill to provide scholarships for Canadian students in Paris  was givtan^ by-Premier , Gardiner.  Whether this .bill -w%lvproy;ide -fprfan  increase in the number VofV $1,300  scholarships already'caif ered imddr the  Act pa������se^;Lduringr4the 1919-20 session  aa; makefprpvisiip& for ,a new, sj^teih  ^?gjraritirig^hoan|������s^ VVV  f 'Attorney-G.eaieral Davi^   \vill   have  .1.^^ -i���������*-t������~ ������������������ .���������:-.-��������� -!i^.-^.-j.:.^;i-8i. A~*"~A T������ '.'.'^'j* ' ���������'- a-i---~*^.'  i;jQ.i.Cnj;.Jaji.a*Svi.v. -jjii,iviuuCc.-au: ui- iuciu  are amending- bills to existing legislation, as follows: amending tbe Saskatchewan Evidence Act, the Crop  Payments Act, and tlie Assignment of  Back 3Debts Act.  "    v  Hon. Mr. Latta will introduce bills  providing,-ipy; the iinposition of "a tax  on wiitlVlaiids and respecting villages,  the latter being, it is believed, a consolidation as mentioned in the speech  from the Throne,  Dr. TJhricli, -will introduce a bill confirming an agreement between tlie  Crown and the Anti-Tuberculosis  League. ' *��������� "*  T  jtsitlTISK ia-Ii-LOIUAT  Prince Receives  Fanners* Party  Sir Malcolm Robertson, at present  British Ambassador to Argentina,  who is said to be favored as the first  high commissioner to Canada. He "is  regarded as .one'of the most brilliant  of the younger British diplomats.  /*������ *i-T������ 1     -������1  uoocs noacis  BX* Fovffing Ahead  *S"&.  Wai Not Part With Alaska  thc  Third PrpyinceylnDominion  In  Miitter Of Manufacturing  Victoria.���������In moving the address in  reply to the speech from the Throne  Annual Meeting To Be Held Jn Kegina  In September  Quebec.^-The'1928 convention ox  the Caha<aiaia. Good,fRoads Association  will be?held in Regina, it-was an-  nounceid by^Hon. P. C. Black, Halifax,  president of the association, at, the  final session of the two-day confer-  'erice here. The conference will be held  during September, dates yet to be decided.      '" ?  The desirability of having uniform  direction and danger signals throughout  Canada was  stressed  and  ways  "Remembers A-cc^ucaintsncs*1 IVJade "Our-  .    iiig ilis Hanching Experiences  London.���������At (be reception tendered  them in tlie state room of St. James'  Palace, the Canadian farmers touring  the .^British Isles were especially  s truck by the readiness with which  the Pi ance of Wales., remembered acquaintances made during his ranching  experiences at the .'-E?P.'V ranch at  High River, Alta.   V  "Have you brought ? your bagpipes  with you?" the .Prince asked W.  Sharpe, who had reminded the Prince  of having played tliem. on the ISP.  ranch. To a. former resident^ near the  E P ranch tije Prince addressed many  inquuics about affairs in Western  Canada ,.,.,,.^ .;,-..- - '  Those members of the party who  cjimc fiom the Peace River district of  Alberta asked the Princ<3- toj/isit them  on his next trip to Canada.  '*I will do my utmost to make it,"  lie replied. "I am sorry T have riot  been there before." -  .-. .The visitors remained at^the palace abovit half an hour and prior to  being received by the- Prince, were  given a reception by'Hon. 4P. C. Lar-  kin, Canadian High Commissioner iu  London, at Canada,-Houie-  ^n*firi"a,,*������ %\ iwi  wrari a *t*\*  iri the Legislature here1, Wells Gray, ���������������������������-,*.-*-    ������.  Liberal, Ne^r Westminster, deferred to f^^W?^ eiffctinS a nataonal sy^-  i^JP^P^^  ������* theVrirovmce durins a *m,& $ ^^onvds Were outlmeu.       y  bum i isKUAi  WILL STAND BY  PALESTINE PACT  Ottawa?���������A delegation   .of    Kion'.-t  leaders -of Canada*   ahd   -liie    Un '. I  States waited here upon Rt. Hon? L..  CM. S. Amery, the visiting TiritiKh.  Secretary of State for the 3>ominic?.-! -.  urging the  alleviation  of  V/hat  they  termed .."handicaps    placed    on    1-h-;-  Zionist endeavour by the seeming* in-  diSrerence of the    Palestine    Goveru-.  merit to economic? and    taxation    reforms   essential for the AdavelbpmcnC  of the Jewish National Home." Col.  Amery; J;oid the delegation a anethod  of taxa*cipn on a fixed assessment,/ in-  OL.OCXV4     V/JL     <*i3     C*V    UlEoCUL     WM    UJUJUUS    p^\.^-  duce. was being introduced in Palestine arid wotald eventually compietc-ly  displace the latter.?  The British Government fully appreciated, and welcomed ; the great  part played by the Zionists ih the  United States and elsewhere in help-  ing bring hibout the success of tho  great expeririaerit which the imperial.  government hstduhdertakeu? Tlie British Government had: no intention oi  ^���������^J������~   la.n������l.    4-z-v   Un   ..������ja.^ni.:n������  Fair Boards Elect Officers  -5->T>-  'Hpj.C.   Proposals   For   .������a.cqiusHaon   <l������i  Northern Territory Not Favored  pi AtPW^shiiigtori *       *'- -  Ij.   Washington.~uovernmenr   officials  fare  disinclined to take seriously the  ^suggestion made in thefBritishipolum-  |bia Legislattiare that friiegofci^bri^: lie;  ������apened with the United? States looking  ?yto the acquisition by Canada, of the  l^o-,called Alaska^Painharidie. They? expressed surprise at" the    suggestion,  "saying it represented no'previous conversations or exchanges between the^  ���������%wo Governments on this subject and,  iio far as "vjras known here, no movement iri Canada of any Importance? '  % The  Canadian  despatches  did  not  indicate  by  what methodytiwg, teiri-  tpry was proposed to be acquired. Presumably it could be obtained only by  'purchase from the United States, and  tiiere is no indication here that proposals for its purchase -would be fay-  orobly received. ..  he-progress Of the province during  the past year arid the improvement in  various, lines of industry. He'declared  British eohmabia: gtoodV * ripw asp the  ythtrd.province: iri thet*Dominion in the.  matter of manufacturing: ^Touching  upon thefffishirigViridustry. Mr, Gray  alluded to the fact that he could re-  . member .when there were scores oi"  j salmon canneries on the Fraser Riv-  Now there vvere not enough seek  er.  Western officials of the association  who are at present attending are: Mi  ���������McGilliyray,. Winnipeg; C. Blac*kj  comiriissipner of highways for ManiV  to*ba; H-* S. Carpenter, Regina, depu*������|yy  rainister ofyhighways for Saskatchr  ewan, arid H.. P. Keith, Edrnontori;  chief engineer, province of Alberta. ?y  aa   -n������  P. W. Abbott,. Edmonton, Is Elected  ?     President For Coming Year  - Winnjpeg.-^P. W. Abbott,  Bdanon-  ton, was elected    president    of    the  Western Canada Association of  Exhibitions   (Class A fairs), and H. G.  Smith, Regina,    vice-president,    when  the annual meeting of the organizationwas concluded Jiere. S. W. Johns,  ssasiiaLOon, is secrecary-i.reasi������rera.-  As president.-of the Western Cian-  EiCaW.   X" <XLLZ>   X3.0J3UCldVXUlJL    \\_/A<XOJ3   ij   J,<Xi-S. ^ j ,  Will C Moore, Yorkton, was electedl  with Dr. J. A. Murto, M.L.A., Carman,  Man.*;-'-'llrst vice-president, and Ralph  Pat terspn,   Red .Beer, t Altei.,. seeon^f  vice-presiderit, ^d-riVHuxieyVtAoydf-  iigiration Plan  Has Been Criticized  Fear People May Reseiit Examinati uai  - By Strange Doctors  . ?London^-~Cariada's nev/ system- of  hp-vihg prospective immigrants examined by Canadian doctors on. this side  of the Atlantic oceaui instead of in the  Dominion upon their* -arrival there has  been criticized as being likely to discourage migration "of British peop^V  who" ririay "resent'being examined* by  strange doctors at certain appointed  places..,     .j.   ..;.?. .-:     -;-v?y-:'   Sa^a  Caiiadiari officials reply that under  the oldf rules migrants had ?to under.-.:.,  go e-kammatioii before strange, doctbra  with   tbis  important   difference   tliat-'  After Many Years  Presidenl; Cbsga-ave itepays Debt OS.  150 Years Standing  .Washington.���������^Presldent William T.  Cosgrave of tho "Irish Pi-eo State  executive council repaid a debt of ISO  years standing.     .._,  Addressing the Senatife after ho had  sbalten hands with aoacli of Its.members In an impromptu reception, thc  Froo Stato executive said:, "Benjamin  Franklin camo to my country 150  years ago aud told the Irish Parlla-  auenfc the Irish people and tlio Americans 'alike wore figbtlhff for freedom.  I luive now come to repay- tho visit  ol! that great man."  Tho visit to tho Scawito was tho  aillmax of the third bu������y day thc IJrlah  PrcHklont has spcut In Washington.  Gift V^'or Blind Author  Now York.���������The iirat copy of "Wo,"  by Col. Chairles A. Lindbergh, to bo  published In Braille for tho blind has  been sent to 3:Ielen Keller, Xaraoua  deal-blind lcctuior anti author, by tJiu  Now *Vorlc public library.  eye salmon there to keep one cannery  operating. This condition applied to  other species of fish also. There were  moreT'fish caught by seafe and sea  lifiyns ttaan in any otber way, he said,  T& -NewiAv^stariin^er a^harjgT  ed nothing had ."been done to rectify  this condition iuyany manner_and.he  attached blarrie to Ottawa: ���������>. ?f  Growth Of Freedom  Bonds Uniting Eanpire Are Those Of  ���������1 ������������������ Responsibility ^,  ".. Ottawa.���������"We are wiitnessing* a  growth of rcspon^iiole freedom," said  Rt. Hon: L; C. M. S. Airiery, British  Secretary of State for the Dominions,  .addressing the Canadian branch of  the Eanpire Parliamentary Association hero. Speaker Lcmieux presided.  Mr. Amery sketched thc growth of  responsible government m . England  iiidicating^in., this, ;the centmlizang  effect of-the crowrii -"There are iofi-  tics," lie went dn;''who have felt  that the complete Recognition of responsibility which was "accepted.at  the Imperial conference a year ago  has left no bonds which-can in fact  hold the i&mpire together. That iti  quite tr^e. Tbero arc no b<>ncls except tho sense of resopnsibility itself.  That is the bond."        V y  anij-tster,y Sasfe^ ^ecretary-treasurer.  V -i?beVGlass** 'V^'^ff^irib -awarded the j such? examination took    place    upo-^  E^ll^ilSil ririffl IsSiS VJOUtrSCt ^ i Platform   attractions   to   Barnes   and j- their* arrival in the Dominion where"  ^ Carruthevs, Chicago, and the midway i they ran the rir-jk of being refused en-  carnival rights to the Johnny J. Jones: j trance to the country  Competition  Foi-  Order From  South"  , Africa Was Kecss  Cape Town, South-Africa.���������It is un-  dferstobd thatya coixtrac^for 50 rail-  vhxy coaches* ebstirig ������170,000 has  beeii. awarded to-a Birmingham, Eng;,  firm, in the? face ..of? jkebri competition  from continental companies.  The succession of important railway contracts recently given to Germany and the resultant statements  from London that continuance of~ such  a policy would be iikoiy to rieact unfavorably against sales of South African products in Great Bi'itain, accentuated unusual Interest in the railway  administration's latest call for tenders  for the supplyiaig of railway equip--  ment.  Shows, Deland, Florida.  Conklin and Garrett, Vancouver,  vvill provide the midway attractions  for Class "B" fairs, and Barnes and  Carruther*s the platform performances. -.yVVV ".'"��������� ' ���������/....'.���������  The 1929 "meeting?--.of the, associa-  tioii3 will bje held in Winnipeg.  Election lit England  London.-���������"As far as I kno-w, there  will be no general election this year,"  declared Sir fDouglas Hogg, attprney-  genoral, spealurig at Marylebone re->  ccntly. "Thp, government has plenty oi:  work to.do,'' the attorney-general added, "and still haa a united enormous  hiajority."      -  ;  Aatainlfoba^H Popultxtioaa /  Manltoba'H population, uh nt June  iHt, 1920, was ������3������),0.r>0 or roughly .10,-  ^lOO more llnxn at the provloaiH tnmnw\  in 1021. Winnipeg grew from 188,370  to 20CJC1 r.'ithin U'.c live year period.  -aar-iaaia'-ffaarn���������in- aiarraui ��������� riiin sr mn -it'C^i r'tiiv'T '",a" -^"^-^-^"1^"-^'"r-"-"-*--*" -"��������� r"n -^-r^ ���������r^-l-lj-- rT���������-rat  W.     N.     V.     1718  Returning Gold To U.S.  ' ' mm ��������� ���������������������������   nl.*'  Ovor $35,000j000 Sent AeroHS Border  Ilia Two M'ontliH  Now York.���������Another shipment of  $.2,200,000 in gold haa come from Canada to the International acecptamcc  bank; bringing tlae total inflow of thc  metal to $3D,700,000 since the movement began In Docoiribor.'  Canada imported .*?29,000,O0p gold  from the United Statoa from January  to Novombora 1027, ho that on the  present movement the Dominion had  returned .*?<3,700,000 more gold than  obtninort from the TTaaited States In 11  months.  Itiullo UceiiKe CtampailHoa-y  Reglna.^-By a judganont given In  thO/Mooao Jaw Police Court, ^iaglj*'-  trnte G. "N*. Bmatch held that It wnra  laocofjuary for the owiaer of a raulio  Bet to havo a llcoaw-e to operate. He  fount! one Jo!m MllSS^an guilty of fulling to take out naaeh ai license *Jjad lm-  poneel ai, line of $10.  Thc new .sys-  oniy   er-i-peri-  teni, ii is explained, is  mental, arid if it proves successful the  number of examination centres will  be increased.  Dr. Alfred Cox, secretary of tbo  Britisii Medical Association, states  that no friction' lias arisen .between..  British medical men. and thc Canadian  doctors who are examining emigrants,-  and he expresses confidence tbatynn  slight of the British doctors is intended in the new arrangement.  Find Fortune On Beach  Ball Of Ambergris Briaigs Claim l>i-������-  "     gers Eight Thousand Dollarii  Astoria-, Ore. ��������� Sands of Sunset  Eeach proved jyoldcn sands for twe*  clam diggers here.  When. James Garner and Harry  Brown found a ball of wax-lake substance weighing* between four and five  pounds on tho beach near here they  did not know at first they hold $$,oon  worth of ambergris.  Bolicvelng, however, the substance  anight be worth aome thing, tliey  brought it to Astoria. No ono could  estimate its value. Finally they sent.  some of it to Los Angeles. There it  was recognized as ambergris worth  ?40 to $100 an ounce. Kach realized $1,000 from the find. Tho -umbcr-  grjte found by Garner and Brown Is  said to be tho first discqvea-cd ncua  hero iai 20 years.  Crop Records Macte and Broken  The grain -map for tho paat year  was remnrlcable in many respects,  practically every province equalled or  oxcecclod tho harvest of previous pcji-  Honi-i, except for the year 102U, which  wa.*3 the highest grain record of. nil  time. Duo to the lateness of the fiea-  Eon comBined with tho largo volume  of the crop, now records were ostnb-  llnhed by the Canadian Pacific Itfiil-  way in handling, transportation find  Hhlpplug. Though callod upon to ta-aaara-  iiurt :i crop of more Mum-!-ho 'rvorvy;*  caiiHtc.ity, tho company did so with  ������jr������-a������cr <<itlicii.'iu'y than ever.  Albertii croiited a now record for  total yield over itf* full acreage and  Individual productions. Tlie pa-ovincc  ot* Ontario wnti responsible for 21,003,-  0U0 biiHheLs of wheat out of the Do-  miuionH full yield of 4-1-1,282,000 buflh-  olaa. Thoro haa recently been conHtraict-  oil Jit l>ort McNicoll mid Midland.  olov.*i.loa*s with a capacity of two mil-  jlion buHhol!) which greatly facllitatctl  grain luuadliaig on tho ga-eat lultuta nnd  ha:; nljio doubled the Canadian Pacific  llallvvaiy'M Mloi-njio capacity ������>n Geoa*-  f;iatra Uay.  Will Bo Farn^SupcrviHor  1'oronto.���������Alex. Hodge, 1ho Becton  farmer who fought and"slow Daniol  Foi:aylho -with hia bare hands l&rA  summer when bandits tried to rob hit;  lone farm, will be given* jl position  of supervisory capacity on -the Government faun at Whitby, Hon. Lincoln GoldSo, provincial Hocretary, he.*  anmaonccd, I-Iodge'a act waa the-  meana-of uncovering an cxtcntitvi-  ru'itlmg K'iiHR* ai-ouad Uac vii-inil.j,- <������������������  Beotoia.  .���������Vpprove Hog Pool  Toronto.---A hog pool undor al'a-t-c-  tion of the United Purmei-H Oi-npenative company wan approved nt a meot-  ing held hero ��������� attended  by del a,1 gate;;  ..a     -          t-. 1   ...-      I,, k ,.  Ontario and a number from 7v!a)l���������1!^������'���������:,  Ontario. u  'i'ME- CBKSTON BSYIEW  THE CRESTOfi-REVIEWIf  Issued every Friday at Crttston, B.CV  Subscription: 82.50 a year in advance.  83.00 to UiS. points.  O. F. Hayes. Editor an-3 OwEer.  OBESTON.  B.C.. FKIDAY. FEB.   3  ���������������       ���������'��������� *������������������  J^u^<rt.fi i������I^ifiitw?r  Addresses House  VICTORIA, Jan, 27���������Leading  off for the opposition benches in  the debate in reply to the. speech  froin the Throne. Col. Fred Lister.  Conservative member for Creston,  made- a strong plea for a system of  ]&nd settlement that would result  in the placing of settlers on lands  whioh had been abandoned in  settlement areas. He also sought  the consideration of t!ss govern  ment in aia application for the  format ion of an irr-iafation district  in his ridiug; advocated a change  in the system of mail o-rder pur  chasing of liquor permits, and  voiced a protest against the custom which he alleged, had grown  upon government road work,  whereby the foreman operated the  cookhouse, charging exorbitant  rates for board from those working  under him.  The  chief  criticism   which   Col.  Lister directed against the admini  scration  was contained in his refer  ence    to    land      settlement.      He  declared that under the old   Agri  cultural Credits Act, the proeairage  charge   was limited to I per cent.  Toda  boasting   that    the  ��������� * ���������������       " A    r*  ar arte eat       virti-ovo^AM   *-*���������*-    ^-������������������*������ *������^>a^.     ������*������ **  was  Tkv#Vwa.a#^.������������.a a^ >.*  art*I . ts .-. tt.frn^  _ia_ .a. -ft    M     Jt������%  t*<u ������ ra*i.e Or i.'i.c  BIO������ff& fir   Ms%nvr,*i&%f&  1U.W0 m~ guiuicniMd  Kimberley'a bagpipe band has  heen recrajxted up to six players.  Another- restanraifiti has opened  for business at Fernie. It. is of the  fish and chip variety.  Michel is advertising for two  doetors to look after the health off  the miners in that district.  947    patients   were   treated   at  Fernie  hospital   last   year,   at   an������-  average per day oust of $2.47.  230 ourlers and their frieiscig  sat  down   to   the   bonspiel banquet at  Kimberley the latter part of J&na  ary.  The Free Press is peeved becanse  iio Jb'ernie rianks were invited to  play at the Kimberley Curlisig  Bonspiel.  Grand Forks United Church  management is rather proaad of the*  fact that in less thaia nine munf-hs  they have beeii able to raise ail the  funds required to fisaaancie the  church for the full year.  ata  BrPAbtment 0F LANDS  NOTICE  AppSisatisR for Sraziag F-srmlts far tiie  Season of 1828  province  money ~* **  per cent., and it was in turn charging  settlers   more than 3 per cent,  more    for    the    money    advanced  them.    He   argued   that   to  settle  the lands, increase production   and  elimina e the large importations of 1  food   products   that should tie pro  yided    within    British    Columbia,  every    possible   assistance  in- the  way   of   cheap money  should   he  given to the bona fide settler.  In speaking of the efforts that  had been made by a locality in his  ridi ig to become incorporated as a  water district, tbe speaker said-  that when a delegation had visited  Victoria on the subject- t-he delegates had been advised to return  to Creston and secure a strong  su poor ter of the government on  the delegation before passing their  views on the executive. Despite  this, however, the application had  been refused, although the lands  were highly productive and there  was no risk incurred.  He  urged   that  the  application  be favorably considered, even if the  government   would   use it for elec  tion   purposes.    It  meant  the development of the district.  In criticising the Liquor Act  operations the speaker complained  that tourists were given greater-  advantages thari were well known  residents of the province. The day  after New Year, he said, a tourist  could walk into a vendor's store  and pay his two dollars and obtain  a permit without identification.  A Tjenuina settler, living at some  distance from the store, and who  held a permit for the preceding  year, and who might be well  known, could not send iu and  secure a permit without filling in  different forms and swearing to his  identity bePoro a notary who could  make the usual ohargr For his  service.  The Creston member declared  himself in favor of the Marketing  Act, saying that ib hnd met the  expectations of those who support*  ed it last session; and had operated  satisfactorily despite the hanaiioapn  that it faced in its initial Reason.  He complimented tho government  on acquiring ihe norvieea of if. M,  Black as head! of tho board.���������  Vancoaivcr Province.  Application for permits to graze live stock on  Th������ Grown range within any grazing district  of the. Province oaf British Columbia, mast be  fiied with the District Forester at Fort George,  Kamloqps, Nelson, Prince JRupeart-. Vancouver,  or Willfams Lake on or before March 31st, 192a  Blank forms upon -which to submit applications may be obta-sVaesfl Sroaa fetes "DtsSriGt-  Fores&eans'ai the above named places-or from  tbe Department of Lands at Victoria, B. C.  G. B. NABEN,  ���������Qepttty ~1MiT������1at-j>i������ tyf "I-SJiAs.  Department of Lands,  Victoria. B. C.  Jamiary 13,1S2S.  SYNOPSIS OF LAND  ACT AMENDMENTS  - PRE-EMPTIONS *'i '  vacant, unreserved, surveyed Crown  lands may be pre-empted by Brittash  subjects over 18 years of age, and by  aliens on declaring intention to become  British subjects, conditional upon, residence, occupation, and improvement  for agricultural purposes.  Full information concerning regulations regarding ypre-emptions, las given  in Bulletin. No. 1, Land Series, "How  to Pre-empt Land," copies of which can  be obtained free cf charge by addressing the Depaixment of Lands, Victoria,  B.C., or to any Government Agent.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable.for agricultural purposes,  and which is not timberland, le., 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 thc land applied for is situated,  and are made on printed forms, copies,  of which caa be obtained fresh the Irfjjad  Commissioner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and Improvements made to  value of $10 per acre. Including clearing and cultivating at least five acres,  before a Crown Grant can lpe received.  For more detailed information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt Land,"  PURCHASE  Applications are received for purchase  of vacant, unreserved, Crown Lands.  not being timberland, for agricultural  purposes; minimum price of first-class  (arable) land is $3 per acre, and second  class (grazing) land $2.50 per acre.  Further information regarding purchase  or lease of Crown lands is given in Bulletin No. 10, Land Series, "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 stumpage.  HOMESITE LEASES  'UnflurvayctJ iUviMi Kiot ti^u&e^ing 20  acres may be leased as homesltes, conditional upon a dwelling being erected  in the first year, title being obtainable  after residence and Improvement conditions: aro fulfilled and land hat* been  surveyed.  LEASES  For erasing and industrial puirpoatea  arcao 3i ot exceeding C30 ucrca mmy ha  leased by one person or a company.  GJIAZING  Under tho Grazing Act the Province Is divided Into erasing distrlct*  and tho range administered tinder an  Qrarrfng Commissioner. Annual erasing permits arc Issued based on numbers ranged, priority being given to  established owners. Stock-owners may  iormi taaiMMMtiayoris i'or mrae-a nwnaffQ-  ment. Free,, or partially fatew permits  are available for nettlem, camnera or  travellers, up to ten head.  ggatta  KffBS9flj  QUALITY i������ NkW\fmR AN AOGIOE/VT  5  ������������������* id  .:   ������  i^ie^irfin  of  aS-LS  !iSi*!*5f~*SPI'I ms  sisarly rt  ������������������������������ ***   "a^Bfca-"   ^rtt.;     raaaamBS  gjli^j. '%^C3IIIICj^.r Lc&  WJfiAJA  ���������tA.-, ' ; a,:v -"x  .:''>'vS*?1  Heavy Clothing, Good Underwear  Socks,   S  ga.'S-jg  r ���������     . \ y - ��������� ��������� ������������������ .,"-",  Sleep warm under pur Blankets, Quilts  and Flannelette Sheets  SIGN MERCANTILE COM PAN  LIM TED  BRITISH COJLUJVIBIA.  The Mineral Province of Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Ha������ proflnopa MineraJa nu PoIIowh: Placer Gold, $7������,018,9-JR; Irfide Gold, $126^972,81^  .Silver, ������80,787,003; Lead, $IOB,M7������������442; Copper $200,967,008; Zii.e, aB0,512,557; Coal  and Coke, -$264f09ft.lS33 Structural Materialn and Mineellancotia Mim-ralu, $60,175,407; mak-  inpj its mineral pvodnration to the end of HJH25 ������how an  Aggregate Value 61 "$988,108,470  Production?year ending Decemberr1926, $67,188,842  The Bliouift" Ijat^R of this Province'are'more lEhcral and the fees loayca* than thoee of  any other Province m fcho Boniinioin. or any colony in the British Empire.  Mineral looatwms are granted to diBaravererB for nomnnil fees.  AHaolute Tiller are ohbained by developiiiff auch properties, the neourEty of whtcl. ia  i^MnranTcc'cIlhiy Cro-wn' ^rranta  Full information, together with Mining Reporta and Maps, mny he ohtaiaaod'pjratie hy  addressing���������  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  N.B.���������Pt,uatt<.id]y rdl Brttihh 0<������lnwnbl<i -Miiioi-ul Pr.>poaLk-b abpoai wEiich <loirt4opaaaotiat work lamw been done  ������r*ca da������j<iatirlbec1 In. ejona������<������ one ot tba> Anna������������1 Ilopo>i-tn ������������f th������ MituSsatoa* of Mlnea*. Tlione monK{ib"B*ln(X rminhai*;  ituvestroaaiita mlioiald ramfev ten ������i������ch repnrtfl. Theynre M.vuMaa.hlo without nhiir������ate on *rjpp|lt������atli������n t������i tho De-  THialnia'iit o Mtims. VluUia-Sna. Bl.tl. IXcpoilH of ul*������" ('b������������lo<|/[i>avfi Ra������fv������>y .avf nuTjiarlw., winr-b Wiili'**;inf������;, Vf.ni-  cainver, airaa reeamrnenileatl aa) vubmlalo Maaircuw <if informtitlnn. " .,  tleportB cnvei-ln^eai^li of the Six Rfbleml Suarvcy DlHtrlicta a-ara panbllnli-iMl Hikpik������->a.t.e1y. aaanal im-e nvall  abl<������on nppMenticn. '-*>>.  "4,  S .  s%  VHE.CBEST01T BEVIEW  HEWS 8F SOBTESIYS   J  Without*..  Christmas _  holdine  bazaar  sieoal'    - A eh *V"er*nors the  IFIsh  and .Q-s-Ese* |  the   -United  Church   ladies**   aid   s.fe   Cranbrook  The C.XM&. stearae?" Shinto on  the Arrow .Lakea hoaatis a aeven-  pless QrchestJf2L--='aI! saessbera of the  hoitt br^w* '  The Voittaon section  is  reported  swarniin^   with   goshawks - which  have a reputation' for killing 200,  partridge aunnally.  When prohibition, beoazne effective in 1917 taxes tin Fernie hotels  were out 25 per cent, i*pw beer  parlors are in operation it, is proposed to-restore the oadtinise assess-  raised $1181 last year.      -���������~  -Cranbrook   Chines������, have   jisst  _._  it-ail  ��������� ������"  at  the  .aJa       aa        Jaa.a^aM        -m������       ���������     uwichiuvriiB     -u*  Association is paying a bounty of  ^i"-������ bead on ss.ll hawks ^and horned  owls turned in, to the elub -secretary.  furnish   the  nurses'1   home  hospital in that town.  Kaslo hospital treated 130  patients during 19227. D'Xrin^ the  year a uew X- ray machine costing;7  $2576 was Installed clear of debt.  Frank Choveaux, who has an  Angora goat farm near Vernon,  says lie can sell all his goat meat  in VaneoHve**. a������*d the ot������������*>. Ha������������. i������o>  ships to a Srsn in Bradford, Eng  land. .  At Grand Forks the police .hare  "aiSfructed    to    enforce   the i  regulation   oompeilinor   al?   ������ehoo5  pupils to be off the streets at������ p.m.  .A   FeiJiiA   resident   who.   three  years ago lost a ring has just  had  it returned to ham. * It   was -fcrnnd j  on   the   grounds   at   the   Central j  sohool.  .,  II  1  ST*   -      a������   ���������a.      -     ���������-.   ���������a  ^a5- *"S  (-V'V  ~v������s-~.  ;?^9*^':  >L'^"f ���������  is a healtbiu! beverage for every  season.    Used  regularly  with  meals Cascade Beer imparts not  only ,the  nourishment of die  _^v^   excellent  grains  from  a^5L/fs\which it is made, it as������  Iggyj8^;/sists   valuably   in    the  Sf'irsgm' ~    -assimilation of other  foods and -with its  vitamin    content  makes up for the  lack of vitamins from  ���������which   modem  often suffers.  diet  so  \aa^3BK^--  ~^%m*mmmm   -*S#'  Every Day in the Ye&r you way  feat* CASCADE BEER carefrtty Brewed  and boded by the  VANCOUVER BREWERIES LTD.,  VANCOUVER, a p.,   r  on yow table as a vscfid and teafui pan of  youi weats. CASCADE BEER for sdte ot  CiiuemsaeM-Liquor Stones and Beer Patters.  Thfe advertisement is not -published br displayed by the Laqtaor Control  Board or by the Govazrnment ot British jCtofambiau--  Authorized  S  ������������������HSrxli>-  for CRESTON DISTRICT  Watch for our prices  '  PWHHkk       t*%*m**%,     *Ma"    .St*.      Ml       aMMrfai      mWUk*****. '^mmWk***.. s**%. '      SSkWk***. mssW .^sssasmm.        ^^u^������  R E..IV1 I -El R   GARAG E.  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  BER VICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED HIV GASOLINE  mm  ���������aaaraaaraaa-aaiiaiiaiiiiirariiaaiii  The New Denver Record observes  that =4the . villages of the Slocan  might very profitably forget their  Uttle jealousies and -work together  for the whole district?*  ��������� Interest in Cranbrook public  library, is on the decline* It had  only 103 members last year, as  compared with 114 when it opened  two years previous.  After a twenty year struggle  Fernie Anglican Ohureh is clear of  debt.    Of some fifteen v itizena who  sighed  two  now live in the town.  aaaAO  JB47VO  2>. McNeir, safes manager for  the Associated' Growers, recently  talked by telephone from Montreal  to the office in Vernon. The conversation co t $9 a niitmte.  Fernie and Kossland are' this  year having lady school trustees  for the first time in their history.  At the latter place- the woman  was elected a4; the head of the poll.  In the interests of public   health.  Dr. H&nrsiaagton tells* the  Kimberley board -of trade tha-t about $1500  ought   to    be   spent    immediately  filling in some of the smaller creeks.  K������3lo people are just a little shy  at accepting- municipal honors.  At the first 1928 nomination only  one man could be found to accept  nomination for alderman, swi!n sis  vacancies to fill.  Due to the river at Grand Forks  Kaijid? a*-, slniost 0ood stag������ -this  -winter the extreme cold of Deeesn  ber has failed to put ������. sheet of ice  on the stream and the town is  fearful of an ice famine.  Boys9 Work Talk To~Nigkt  Tayloar Statton, a well known Cana������-  daan exponent .of? boys work, n* making Csestoh a vial t". tonight���������^������t  i������ napn's'.--and bf>ys* bunquet in Trinity  United Ohuarch bas^ane-rat, ivhile -������t  8 p.am. he will addt-ess a public naeet-  ing in the Presbyterian; Church. All  three Protestant eburt-bes iu town art*  biggest possible success.  vasafc   the  Conservative Ladies9 Whist  Anything You Value  Things you value should be protect*  ech Few homes have protection for  important papers and securities. A  Safety Deposit Box in the Bank may  be secured for a very small annual  rental* A Safety Deposit Box is your  protection; 9SB  rjtflaV ^*im , gMuijaw    ^^^   g^^^. ^u^ ,*%%. .   Mat &*%**%**. it**\ *%*%. m* U-jaaTat*        JHalaM  ffPil.'    '      jvWMG    ^^^^R ^^^^^   b^WBH^     '^B        *H ^LW ^^la^^k J^s, . ngj|i        k������ ^m ^grapr~  pHlapia\.. ,imlsm*w^      IPaw   w*S  Pawl *SSm    mm^       ^mm*        Imw^^m^mmk l^S* m^mj     ^ar������ a^^^^m. ^"^*       ar*    *^m .^^^^^  B9 ^mmwssr    ffl     kfflm^^    fB*^^     WSL^q^Ll      b9    ������&SiaaMm|M|i    B9 aMaf^lm   ^mm**%%mMm)L     B   ^VHm    aWiSpaW.  ^&   V^jy"     HS    jffS J^gjggBjjl ^m    -^ajga^^^W^Wiy *^lS^L^^^^^|������ ^j^^^gy^y^^^^^PH.   IW^ TJ^J   ^M^H^^^  ^ ������,     .   ** ' CJEESTON BEANCP,  CSa  tV������ AH������E*A.P-f. ��������� * * IVflalUlilii^if.  traariaaarariaaaraar-aaraHMa'aa^^  Oreston Valley Lttdtes* 0(������na?eaavttfcive  Club had a large tairnoait f<������r tl������a*ii*  card/party and dance in the Parish  Hall Friday night. The winners at  "bi-Ulfie wtsie Mrs. O. fW. Allan add  Mrs. P. O. Rodgi>rn, .who scored firt������t  and second an the ladies* section/whS!*?  the sa.ttse Ssowors weufc'to "iVisIfccr SrEa.S  and W. H. JKeiaapTor nien. At oi-dati-  ary whiut the high scores were made  lay Mrs. T. I>aiaiaain und U. Brown.  After lunch there was a con pit? of  houa-s' dancinp* with tnualc by Mra.  Lister's orchestra.   "      ..'���������?.'"  FOR 9 YEARS GAS  RUINED HER SLEEP  *'l had stomach trouble 0 years and  Rata made me a-etatlfttfei and nea*v<ann.  AdUuikaa. hailped so I can eat and sleep  good." ��������� Mrs. B. TouehBtone. Just  ������NK spoonful Adlerikai relieves h-hw  and thait bloated feetihec bo thait yoai  can eat and sleep well. Acts oaa  BOTH aapper and lower bowel and  reitioveH old waste laaattei- yoai never  thntaght was there. No aiiattei* what  you hnvov tri<������d for yoaar aatonaaach nnd  bowclci* Adlcrikaa will surprlEao yoaa.  Oreston Drug & Bortk Store.  mtl&M mnd M������*wy  m^KsssmmX   IHW jLWMm   ****** IM  New Stock of  V Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  jeM Bxajxsi B1 m^^-a-- jSL.     MSSiEi  jB3 jBBSgg tEt tig      *7ltiS mW^mBlmlBB  amBmmwm**^Bmz\ jHBV -^L^m ^iW���������wg^���������WM ^L*^* it���������9* ^^^L^^^V ^^BL^^S ^^^^bbs lu^S ^^m ^^^P  Shoe and Harness ttepairintt  .. All of us hav-e at least two pleasures in life  ���������eating and sleeping. For 1928 the Co-Op.  would like to make the former just a little more  plessiis^yles pB'Ftienjii.Tjay as to* -ou������b������ity bhu cost.  We congratulate ourselves oif being able to  fairly accurately guage the requirements of the.  average   home, and  in  our buyiog accordingly  you ean absolutely rely on the freshness of our  xgoodss..  And in specializing in staple lines we get the  quick turnover with the inevitable lower cost of  rirjainof business which beBBfityfis eo-os^efstionists,  we pass on. to you in tlie shape of more attractive prices., -s  This has been the experience of cur 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. Come on in and  get acquainted..  nppsfsin Valfmf nn-flnsrafivg fissn  i  ���������  I  I  S  S  ta  I  GRESTGH  lau Stores  IBS  aB-^^-tk^r* ata^-^fc**  used as a bank has many disadvantages*  Money Carried in   is is  easy to  spena a. on  or stolen.   -a_������^l  -tl ��������� *e^-*  ���������4,xaa������ies Or  caav  db i<u&%.  Weekly deposits in our Savings Bank  ������s -will accumaulatse srapidly.  ~ Soaail or iar?se accounts are welcome  THB CANADIAN BANK  Cans*at Pal*! iv% $aod������Qo;ooo  Reserve ?6xnd $20,000,000  ^?"CreaiaaO������ Bajr-wBch -'. ' -VV-R������J.?I!bi^as^-Maj^^  In any of these lines we are prepared tQ take care  of your every requirement promptly and at prices that  will satisfy.    We are handling  Maple Leaf and Robin Hood  ���������ST*      ��������� ^ jj   mrm\  a   ���������     at  ^Cmmm*. Jmmm\m^*m*mW    JmmmX^mmSmmmi ^Sm\*B^������t*  Timothy, Alfalfa, Prairie Hay  Bran, Shorts, Barley Chop, Crushed Oats, Chopped  Oats, Wheat, Etc., always on hand.  GOAL  GALT���������the best mined  Oh       Oi  gm^ mum, mm. ja   mam a jg  raaaaaaattaaa  P. BURNS fc CO.Jtfl  . <m.'  MEAT MERCHANTS  TKY OUK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  A an pefmrvm'fia! cUnla, t*-iiBy |,o pt'rx-r*.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Oovcrnuacnt prraaded. laifc'iraa* qaauli.y.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all i-arietlen.  .aVta������>������C.'������it������taC   ********9  *~%JtM%.M%tp  m mm *******i** m ������     ������p������  m m       m    m  m-mmn  MJtijfitCImJly     MKJ'MZtJrkMj    *^%Jr%JM^t t ������% If    t* %JtUJLr  liicreaawew egg prodiactioia a and pfoalaaeen laeUvv pnialtry.    Baay the beail,  iiriliiaMraaiaaaaiiia^^ THE    REVIEW,    CRESTOK",   B.    <J.  Weaprow onravm  nursery stock and sell  M j direct to Sou���������no salea-  11 men, no agents, no costly  9 I conimiBsioi.3th������tyou*oave  11 to jay for..Car aaies uL&n b&V������b ea6ae^.v>)\i aa  ��������� buy "0������r n)!U5tlnga direct from uaanff nnvu ui������ tt������  60%. No^bJhs but bagh grade. No. 1 stock, of  proved standard varieties'suitfd to Canadian  conditions. All stock guaranteed trua-to-mune.  -  ssrovr -STtsa? Own FrtsSi;  Plant jTrnatireea and berries thin Swfcjr���������boforo  yon know it tliey wiU lre> producing delicious  crops for table use ond canninar.  Bea-atiSy Trows Heme  Tre^s and shrubs add vnlue and improve np-  etSoat but aittle.  Get details of  pooraneo yet  our ipeclaa;Io . ,  -���������  catalog today���������ii'a FREE.  our fcpeclal aow price collections.  Write tor  *'-*--   "*t'r ~~~���������  ^Substitute For Human Tendons  Geraaian    -Doctor    Has     Had     Great  V Saaccess With Silk  S. According   to   *a     reliable     Munich  ijiedical weekly, Prof. Fritz I,ang-e, of j fleet an 195.5. 011 the meanorahle occa  the "University oi! Munich, has found al Sj0n of -the''unsuccessful attempt  to  successful way of using- silk to sira- j force tlie'Dardanelles, died recently iu  X>a������������yc.      wwi"     ix<xa     ju������.u  chai*g-e of thc Dominion rust research  laboratory since its inception, has resigned to : accept ii professorship iu  the Department of Botany, Toronto  "University.  Gaaiada exported $953,145 worth of  bacon and laarns in. Decfinbcr, 192?, a  drop of about $40,000 fronv the preceding- month. The United Kingdom.  was. the country's best customer, taking $790,817 of the total export..  *. Admiral of the Fleet, Sir John-  Michael cle Roh������ck. who was commander of the British Mediterraaiean  1  ���������sv-vmra's*** nfii.ra w mm&���������������������������������������������  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  FEBRUARY 5  JESUS  MISUNDERSTOOD  * OPPOSKl*  i\ND  li  ���������^7anw~a~aa.Maa     a.��������� , cv,      aj..lPpil1������f      FoVCr,      1*008113  B  nnd^Coids^iiro to Blcfe.and thoao cxpoaca. /Give B  *_������a-0-riSi"3-"'ror iioir Distemper.   Fcmltpy ������a.3ers8 ���������  Gave   ������������������SPOHN'S"   for Roup.  Sold in two eizea at  ���������������is.stores. Wtfteiop fcoo booklet.  .Sp-SSW**}   firESSaiCaS. C*fr.  _������Oggg������jNO.  I  Additiona! Post Oi-Eces  ened In Manitoba  port and even replace tendons.  ? In a Munich orthopedic clinic, 855  silk grafts have beei\ attempted by  the Lango method, with. $7 per cent.  of the cases successful. One remarkable formation that attends this grafting is a natural tendon growth around  the silk substitute, thus protect! rig' it  from wear over tlie bono angles. Fill-*.  lis also used successfully in  torn muscle bands.        -'���������%  London.  Sixteen .seamen from the Canadian  naval base at Esquimau, Vancouver  Island, have?arrived in Liverpool to  take six inotiths* ������������������ instruction in gunnery and torpedo    practice    at    Port  Tv/o Slave  Boon FaSlabVisluH. In Gold  Thrills Of North  Inspector .T. "W. T, Dickson, of the  -Winnipeg- postal service, a-ecently visited the gold..iibldi's of Northern Manitoba io ovpvseo" SstabiaH-inrumt of two  new post offices, otiajat Narrow Lake,  and the othea- at Woaxmti's Lake,  ��������� Tlio post office at the tatter place is  known as fluckson Manion. Mail" to  this district will now be carried by  plaa-ae, eliminating- tho dog team mail  which liasi. served the mmors for tlie  ypast two years. Once sa week a plane  xxc came unto i-Txs  own, and they that were His own received Him not. But as many hs received Hiatpj to thenifgave Me the? right  -to become* childreii; ;of God;V even to  them that believe on His name.'' -r-  Johil 1.11, 12, ':Py V P.'PP' -~". "P. AyP:  Ltcssoix: Maa*k 3 19b-35; ' O.i-6.'  Devotional Reading: Isaiah oC.l-pV  Sunlight.  They  intend" qualifying for .of tho Western Cfajaudia, Airways Com-  ��������� senior rating's iai the Canadian navy.    ,pahy will bring- mail to the miners.  President Coolidiio was urged by a jVThe scrvipo was inaugurated Jan. 25.  A DEMirnv THAT  delegation aepresenting a number of  womcavs ^>a-gaaai*2ations "t������v. do -:eyei-y-  thing possible^* to ?'rc'.6p'eny'.negotiations looking toward the entrance of  the "TJnited  States    into     tho    world  INSPIRES FAITH: * ^    -       *        .     Lady Roblm. ..wife, of Sir *Rodanond  ream  People Who Have Used Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Sueak Of  V Thenf-With Prkise  '���������fetoing iitto a dee-line,? is an expression that has come to be known as  one of the hiost diilicu.lt conditions  with which physicians have to deal.  It often describes an alarming condition: because it does not yield to or-  dlaSry treatment suul th������ debility  continues with loss of flesh and  strength until the patient feels hopeless. In the majority of such cases  they victim suffers from lack of good,  recPblood, and if the blood ean-be re- j  stored to normal no other medical i  treatment is necessary. Proper food  and -sunshine will do the rest.  Every man, woman and' child Who j  lacks '���������. health and  strength should at i  once take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to !  build up their blood supply. The mis- \  sioh of this medicine is to" make new, j  rich' red blood,  , which    speedily  stores  health   and  strength,     "ft  writing- to tell you what Dr. Williams'  Pink  Pills  have dene  for me,"   says  Mra. J. H. Oulton, FirdaleV Man.    "A.  few years ago I was hi a badly rundown condition, so much so that I was  subject to fainting spells which would  leave ine in. such a condition that 1  eoiald hardly g-o  about.   Then T was  stricken with influenza and this further   weakened  me,   ami  throughout  the winter I remained in this condition.    I was takiaig doctor's medicine,  ...but as it did not seem to help me, my  another advised  me  to   try  Dr.   Williams' Pink Pills, and I got a couple  of boxes to start *on.       When  these  were  done I  seemed  to feel aai im-'  provement and I got a further sup- j  ply to coaatinue the treatment. I took  in all about a dozen boxes,  and  by  that tiane I was in the best of health  and had gaiaicd in weight.    My faith  iat Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is now unbounded, and I keep a supply on hand  and take thean  occasioaially if I  am  aiot   feeliaig   quite   well.   I   oftoai   recommend them to others, and cannot  praise Ihc-m enough for restoring my  health."  You can get these pills froan any  anedicine dealer or by anail at 50c ji  lx������: from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Oait.  Mothers 'Valaie This Oil. Mothers  who know how suddenly croup may  seize theii* children and how aiecessary  pa*onix>t action is iai applying* relief, always, keep at hand a supply of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil, because e:\per-  ience has taught them that this is an-  excellent preparation for the treatment  of  this ailment.  And  they  are  ?i  Koblin? former Presuier of Manitoba,  .died at her home in Winnipeg*, re.cejni-| %yjso. for its variolas uses render it  ��������� ly.    She had been in poor health ffor I valuable medicine.  j the past five years. Lady Roblm was j y~    -���������"��������� ;  j a native of Prince Edward County.!     Good1 Year For Construction  ��������� Ontario. . .. '���������   --/.��������������������������� \ ~      -���������������������������  Wipipeg Newspaper  BaiiUling   Retnrais   For   Calgairy  Kdnaoiaton Show laaercase  Last Ifear       .     ^������-  aaid  I'lvptftr.atioiis and Coanaaeats  ;ji Jesais Accused By His ' Family ;  Of Being Out Of His Mind. 3.i������b-21.-r-  So gireat wsis? the crowd which, tried  to see ancl hear Jesus at His home in  Capexnauin, Jthat He and His disciples  could fandup opportunity to eat. His  friends becaane alarmed and tried to  have hian put p.nder ?,r.estrai.ut.;--''A  main's foes shall Viier,'.they of hisVowrf:  household," J6sus declares in Matthew-?  10.3G. RecallVTohrj T,Kf "Forfevan Kis  hretlaren did hot believe in h^m." ^  "He is besidejHimiself," He is out of  His mind, His mind is unbalanced,  they said. So Pestus said of Paul:  "Paul, thou art?mad;?UiyTmiach learning is tua-ning tiiee niad" (Acts 26.24).  This was Oive of tlie .ca~yuelest things  which JesUs had to jbear. His own  friends, who should hav<2 spared hiasri  every distress possible and shown him  every kindness in tlieir power,���������his  "own mother,' brothers and sisters"  [stabbed him to the heart with their  unbelief and.cruel explanation o"f his  power.  "'What casacked-brain . fanatics!'  was the remark the gentlemen of the  eighteenth century -made about Wesley and Whitfield. When Christian and  Faithful refused even to look at the  wares of Vanity Fair, but turned their  eyes to heaven, what could the dwellers of the Fair, who regarded these  wares as tlie only things worth, haying, think of them but that they Were  Bedlams and outlandish men? Ancl  when men like Henry Martyn in modern times let themselves 'burn out' for  God, when they cheerfully sacrifaced  every hope of    woi'ldly    wealth,    audi  Men Stomach Teaches  l'V;!VyyV' ;;y^;.H*^'B-:G*0|jid'' I^SSOiiy t,,.  ^-.V!'?.Misa-.-je*arinef63nsfe y.,,-..  wrates:'?44I had be'ebihe accustomed to  arising each day with a heavy ftfeaSi'5  dizzy aaid a bjad taste inxny mouth.-My  bowels \vere  *?a:equently 'clogged , and^  constipated; I feel ga-eatly relieved siaice  : taMS&yotarpiafely veKet'able laxative." '  : fftrnftTEa^'S. LITTLE I^VER Pil.LS":r "'  y^l ^uggists-~2Sc and 75c red?pk������s.V"''-;'-;  _->; '";SeveiS*i^^ea^Q  North Dakota Postanal* ^itill -Keeps.-'On  ���������"���������__. x--<--*Jrm*'m^.m   .' -'���������'m't '. y.,-������ V"*V-;w-..  -.���������.���������;....;���������..���������   ,.,..:���������- yy.y.yyTO^jas^rv^ri^iyy;:; y;  ;'^^^lc|^j.^y^^Gr^d-^  Dakota; f ::ift^r43f?^y?3|aS v walkedV a ���������15,-  OO^^-inil^sVa^aypesti^a^^ last  thirty-five years, and at fsevquty he is  as actively on the job j as ever. In his  years of employment witli the government he has lost but. one day "because  of. ilhiess. ���������'���������������"'���������'.-  Gilby delivers, inail twice s- day to  an* average of 1,000 addresses. He  climbs thirty-six sets of stairs twice  daily and .carries some 600 pounds of  mail each week. .  T<-   +Van   lo-ol-   t-"hl������>-|-^r_-ri^fc������   TrfUlT'O- itn   ���������"���������sH..  ^.A^    V..V     *a*a^w     aiaaaa  ^J      ������������ .   .���������    J wwHM.     -_a.        ^^^ v  mates he    has   -delivered    10.300,000  Christmas" cards, and says'he **vi!l never retire on pensiotfas long: as he caai  walka  Driver���������"See here, officer, that light  was green!"  Cop���������"Green! Man, aii you saw was  your reflection.!"      *  <J*S<N������r������  ,,.,, in���������_ , _ . '���������'! fame, and think only of the soul aAd  Ihe year 1927 was. a banner.one in   heav^n and Uie ^4^  Christ, what  construction for both of the cities of ^Can men who regard worldly wealth  Calgary, and Edmonton. For the first land pleasure and fame as the only  eleven months of the'voar fas shown i ^nS8 worth living for think of them,  ��������� -n.T t -r, ������������������-, i- ~"r-v V. t-������������������<- I except tliat they are beside them-  an MacLean Building Reports Limit-  selvtrS' v������ j��������� D. Jones.  ed)   Calgary has   taken bi.it  building 1 '       P. '.   j permits to tlie value of $2,280,518, as]  '.compared'.with-    -$1,999,048    for    tlie  whole twelve months of 192S, and"$J,~  197,475 for the- year  1925,   complete.  Edmonton in liie eleven months ran  up. a record  of, ^2,565,5^0^ fecaxnpared  with $1,833,735 for tho whole of 1926,!  and .51,480,895 for 1925.  Recipes For This Week  (By Betty Barclay)  Using the Telcnhtuie  The telephone ennnot overcome lYul-  larc to use it propea-ly. It works best  wheal a person talks directly into thc  mouthpicco with tho lips not more  than aai iaicla away. If the person at  the other tmil of the liaie l'nals lo understand clearly, use a full natatrai  tone aud take extra care to pronoainco  tiach word clcaa-ly and distinctly.  That Stomacli of Yours!  London, Oaat.���������"I  was in a  geaacral  rundown state of health.   I hail andtRCS-  tioaa aaad nay litojaiacn  waa weak aaail so sore  I could 110a   hear to  toaach at.  1 got where  1  alid aaot have aiay  havalth al all, was not  able   to   follow   any  iisnial liia<" of work. I  yaw Dr. {'krrn'ttCold-  cai   Medical   1 "aiKcov-  i vv n'ci>rnnM,,n<1"''! for i  faioanaa-h 1 rotable wo 1 j  .U'a:iMa<<T"i<-> U'*Tit anal it. rt-lu-vra.1 nar of any  iiidiK<-i lion and weak ntonaada and haailt:  au<- up iai hialt la. I can hichly 1 ('toiitmcaad  tha- '|)im:ovf'ry' to aaavajaae wlaa������ huITci".-, o������  I <lj������|.   It it. i^;<-i-llt'.iii\''--"l''i'.m<:iis Henry  ������"ook, 471 Ifliz.alx-lla St.  AH .V-nl'T'i.   I'.xtra laruc bollUtrt, Itquad  $l.Mi; '1'uSAoi.i .M.:*5 aiad O.Sa*.  Wait*-   Dr.   rir-irr-'t;   Invalids!   Hotel,  Buffalo, N. V., lot' ifcc ittlvn.c.  Bom- Tied NecUlisac  The smart junior clresa shown here  will particaalarly please mothei-, because it is so easily made. Dcsigai'No.  1701, a copy of an cider's frock,  boasts the new square necktie finished  with attached bands that tic in a bow  at ceaatre-front. There is an inverted  plait at each side seam and thc long:  sleeves are gathered to narrow wristbands. It would bo very attractive if  fashioned of French blue wool -jcrsoy  with a suede belt   and   tho   neckline  No  another in  woaald  glvo  her  Mais cnliKhteama age  baby   (-ohlu1h!i\i,'  slao  alid not know was 'norrbcUy; htu'ihlofju,  piped in black. Novelty woolen, wool especially when a tow drops of plain  crepe nnd velveteen aa-c interesting* 1 ^aKt<irliX xv\\] r-rdii a Vmlav'H s-'loanaola  faabrics foa* Its development also. No.! aml cn<l .dmofil"aiav Jlitlo" 111. 'Prol I'ul-  1701 is in sizes 6, 8, 10, 12 and 1-1 | noaR a,1(-j fever, too; It scenus aio linio  ycaia*s. Sixc 8 requires 1% yards BG-' UMtn 0Verylhing la fierono.  inch, or 1 ::k yards 54-inoh material, j Thufs tin; bc-:uilv of 'Caatoria; lis  aaid 3 Via yards binding. Price, 25 cents ������������-.-, I In inflaaa^ace R'nciaan ju-Jt what is  the pattern. -. jnendcO. It dooo fill that: castor oil  Our Fashion Book, illustrating- the : might accomplish, without shock to  newest aiad most practical ntylcs, will thn pyst.oiai. WHlioitt Hae aivll laHto. It's  be of interest to every hoanc dross- dolicloats! iU'ltiR iiairoly ^ v^gotahle.  rnakor. Price of tho hook 10 cents the I yoai can glvr������ It tif- often <tB thern'ai ti  a-!opy. ��������� ' -       ��������� .... ,          Chicken Tetrasdnni ; w f     ?  114  cup cooked shredarled chicken.  %  cup cooked shredded ham.  % cup cooked spaghetti.  1 small green pepper shredded.  Vi- red pimento.  3 tablespoons butter.  2 cups cream.  3 egg* yolks.  1 tablesxiocn salt.  l/a tablespoon paprika.  2 mushrooms chonped line.  Simmer slowly green pepper, inusM*-  ��������� rooms and butter in a? covered dish.  j Add ham,  chicken and paprika,  and  i cook together  2  or  5"i_minutes.  Add  spaghetti, pimento, cream   and   salt,  boiling about 4 minutes. Mix yolks of  eggs with 2* tablespoons of creatti aaad  stir into tho mixture. Take off fire at  once.  Egg-Nog  1   1    0"?'!^'-  1 tablespoon sugar.       ���������  Vi), teaspoon salt.- ?  Jtiice of 1 oraug-c.  Juice of \jb lomoiia  Pi cup of cruahed Ice.  Beat white of egg until, stiff; add,  gradually, one-half the sugar and jsa.lt,  and one-half the orange juico .To yolk  off egg add reau-alning- sugar and fruit  juices and beat until thick. Put ice in  glass; pour in    first    mixture;    then  gently  fold   in   second   mixture   und  serve  mj@*M  WQsM  iBssilr-SaaiB^  ^   '^t ������*^%v������sr^ii������atit.V  That's "whiyy-incxJern mothers  jprefer Vick&~It caruiot upset  delicate stomachs. Rubbed on  throat and chest* it acts two  vsrssrs at;ooce; .  <1) Its Healing vapors, released by the bc>dy heat, are inhaled direct^to the air passages;  {2) lt<'d-rawsbut?J the soreness  like an-old-fashioned poultice.  _^ry VAt* OROB  *QV������#&MflUONjA8$Usa>Y������Afiiy  \  OFFER  IO  IN VE NTOH3.     SJ3N*D  Io;vb-ur-Jj"es list o������ tnyentions wssriteaJ.  ''*** end fi eo advice. Tlie Itamsey Company, 3 ntearraatlonal P������teut Attorneys, 'ill  . Bank.-St;. 0������*w������������  ^j z���������Atzr:. .���������'. . "-j:���������,"."-'"������������������rr^-ii^-i 'y���������..'..  V  COYOTES  BADGE R���������"WHITE WEASEL-SKUNK  aiicl other furs urgontly. aiocirlctl; I want  for Immediate matiufactui'o.  5,000 Coyotps . ,.   .10,000 Wen set, ,  1,000 Badser" 1,000 Skunk  I-lEerlicst Prlces~Qulo.ko.st HcUirjis���������-aSatls-  factjoji -Assured. Fcr many years past I  have sfttlBfied r thbiigjiiads ot Canrullnaa  TrtuDpeirs' and;J cctta.-please you; semi po.st-  oarct TODAYy tot.���������V'tlco List, ShSpi������lntr  Tagfl, Bankors Referoraoo. and SPECIAl-  OKFER to FIRST SHIPPER froan each  locality... .���������.,.        . . .,-��������� ��������� .-���������-���������-.,.  J.-M. --MtVMSSO .-,?-;'?    ������������������  Rcvelstolce, B.C., nhd 013 Plrst A-V-e. West.  '.-;   :.-.'.j . y;!Calna������?y.y?..   '?���������' Ps.'.  1 Hl'i'-jn of C!(>1S(!;  i-'oiaatlpatlaui; dlarrhosa;  or atood to aid found, aaatunU nluora  In all infantile complaints that aro  tho; result of the deprodatlonB of  worms in tho stomach aaad intoBtlnea,  Mlllei-'H Worm Powdcna \vlll he founa  an offoctfve reancdy, Thoy attack tlio  caaase of theao trouhlcK, and hy expel-  liaijq: thc vvormn from thc organ a inHiiro  ASTHMA  STANDARD  REMEDY  For ���������E8 years ���������'X������r. ..-.QuUd!-n Orooa  MoaiPtatn ABthi������a Gonipoiirtit has mic-  oeBsfully nnd ajulckly rolJcvod tho <U������-  troflHhiir pavoxyi-na oC Aflthmm. Two  ������al������ea, il.fiO and S6c.,. also clRaretlcM  <box of'24, 00c). at your drugslHt, or  stsiat  post  paid for oatih.  FREE TRIAL box of 0 olRai'ottofa  with troatlH������ oil caiiHOM ������,n������.l I a.-en.tautjjiL  oC Awtliana. etc., went on rcciucal.  J. IL GUILD CO.,  ������������������Dipt'.'-aa, Rupert, yys, .,<J.s.a.?  T->letr,    tov   Can.    Ijvmart'H' T^td.,    Mi  St. Paul St., W. Montram!  /   ii  How To Order Pattern.s  .'Wfk mp  A.lila-t^ft    \Vlaaaalj.i0(j- Nowpprapr:!* Union,  17fi  .MeDafi-iaaot   a\vo.,  WlaaiaipoB  J'ntforn   Ko.,  ������lzo  1     ,Tai������t. out* warn hi t%    it  I Flotoliov's O.iHloria Lhsat i������hyaleJnna  rocoaiaaiaaaitl, OiUvr proianraitloiis iaaa;iy  bo jnst nft    fro������    from' nil    dotabtm.  lajlruRS, hut 110 *:hilil aaf this wrilor'H is  RoiaaK to to������t. thoaut UohMob, tho hooU  oaa earo nnd fi-odlavg <if.��������� htabioa that  oomr>Fa with FloiduarV OhhUh'Iu !-���������  wrarMi Un wolk'ht ha Kohl.  ������������������������   ���������" " ' -t  Children Cry for  Ik    ROimlno   au  orderly woa'liinR*  of.tlio  Byat������m,  Nanit;  Town  fjot riaagry occafllonally Jf yoaa wauHt  haal hocia your mouth uhut.  W.  t;.    r  jIMJaaartVu T.lnJmrnt Tor asllaaaau.  without, which tho child cannot ramln-  t.atn Itaa Htrcrag-lh or thrivo. These pow-  alei'.s mean health and Improvement.  l������nrvcyor������ To Roya\lty  II lalcns twelve tallorH to d^osft l.ho  f't-Jnco of Wiiloa, It heoaiue Imowaa oaa  paalaheatiou hi the JLoudoai Gui.eil.Le of  n lhat of ta-adcBaueaa entitled to advertise that they sell to tho -rovul famllv.  Ultero are nix milkmen to royalty,  fcwelvo coal clcalcrn, thirty-one meat  purvoyorfl, fourteen flsii ilisalcrw aud  eleven bakerfl.  A.ai ������*-f������Mrtirit������������*1 vi'mnvr* ivfirW.rWafV Waa������  nown to fodtlei* coru in Weatem Ctui-  auhi iaa 1027.  A  DRQICKN   DOWN ���������VOTCM.  "Ib'a 'a iv oonditlon [ot cdlspratita 1 to whlob (doctor*  glvti many aumtai, tiul which torn of ikieni really  ajadccslucrfl, IthMmnlvwcia.tiicoo-Bta'fafadown.1.  tut II wore. ofibavvSaat faeces ih.u ni������an.ii������hn*y������-.  initt,   Mo mrtitteifvrtlurt tni-ji hoiaacuxua-n (th*y ut*  aaatlntosi tiumbetleei), its uytnytow$ art mucli tiara  ���������tatitasi tb������uotflmoutln������aUli<)lna ������le������pleM������tn'������������.  ������enta������ atafprokintlon or wearHiei������, drpremlon of  ������l>lrlti *t������A -hum or amera-* for ull 1)10 oidiiiary '  BJluliTHJrilf*. Naiw.'whatt.loateinnaieoatiteljer.ten- j  till In All������ue1ac������.efl!aa(tacr������-r,������ed'vlulliy���������vlrour. I  ������������������Hat ���������irciiRlh aand energy 10 Hi tow cfT iiinu*'  Jtiorbld ffa*llngn, andl aaa night nuccrnclu ttio ������luv '  thlsmmylia an������.rnr!<,ra������H'ily������������Tn������ir*������l hy r* oaitiraie of  TB-6SS NEW FITtENCSH OTEBWttlDV.  4HMMMIM    H irMBrU m^^_     jjTflb     MMMM   M   j^Hk^   Hto M      MMk W .^m^m.  1   M  ta~y LgLinE MmL tM*^ M K.S Eta  u^ffi   ^**i  Ibaaniliy uaiyAthcriVnovarn cotTahltikilon. Hotuircly  on it U ial(.eiiianaccardanco*rUh(laeellre������ilonfimt-  aMrnnat-aylnclr,������t.|lltlit������sliat<������ri!<lhrti|ilalii)rer,|ori-<Y������>  THE EX Pill IN a LAMP OR LIFK  I LIGHTED UP ATRCOH.  ftB������l������ii������������r������������Ht*t-i������������lBif������.n^rf In f>]ttci)nfmhmibs*  **liiiikly*������Mn(tdworn-oui,ui)>ilu>r>.i>ndVfthi������lrEfi.  TriiIaiwonder.lttltttccllcaanra.tla ���������uttalaleforata'iff  ttjM3ttNHtlttualottt.il mulcondaclouii, In cltlK-r tcx; u.ih1 it  I* difficult ro lrn������irlni- * dUtom nr^l^rainitfinfau  %fb<������������ main r������Mur* la vrratHntav, tai������t will not  hm *p*aaily ttntl permanently eveirccinaa ljyUiU  ���������NWtiavuiit*tlv������������**i)ti������!M.**rbar.blii������t������������al������ft4Bl<>CM*llii<a  I.������-aVttvl<>ta tjttvanrythlrntl ������������i������l liad j>r*fla<ii������l ia<of*.irn������  '^IdA-aiaraiad^ntitiiiarotiBCt-.titMfhumaafiHUnii-itat't.  lt4watl.������cl.aiaicauail.C������lU������������ai i.io������*i*<, H, W.������, ���������;.���������������.������������.���������. /  ��������� SHB' ���������" vSEYIEW/ *' OBESTOl^ ' B.   a  &  m^imMmv$i$mm\  wmEmmmmNMi  Would' Like Patrol System  Force     fatierned     After    JI.C.M.T'  -    Wanted In Alaska *  Agitation "for-a patrol system like  that of tlie Royal Canadian Mounted  Police has grown out of the recent dis-  ��������� appearance of two old-time pro3pec-������  tors in Alaska. -  Kris Kline, one of the missing  meai, was traced to a crevasse across  a glacier trail. The other,' Mikq  Trapke, disappeared while journeying  fron-j Talkeetna to Susitna, a.distance  of 60 miles. Both are believed to have  perished.  It developed that regulations do not  permit a marshal or deputy* marshal  to _ leave the beaten highways - to investigate alleged crime or to give aid-  to men in distress, unless so ordered  by the district court and by it provided with funds to defray expenses  A force, patterned after fche Canadian organization, it is pointed out,  would find much useful service to perform in this territory, searching- out  lost men and running down fugitives.  LESSON No. 20  Question: Why is emulsified cod-liver oil so.  &&tvhelpfksl'iks a yiiarnin-  food for expectant and  nurslnef mothers ?  ***  Answer: Because it  provides an easily assimilated food rich hi the  essential vitamin khht aids  in  building strong bones  and goo**, jeeih. .  Teka  pure,   w hole some,  ir>l������!.������aeoT������J-lTif   -rfsatmirorl  fc������. .....,..������������*-*^      J������.a^v ^...^.a*.  ;cotts  E-yisi$ii__  i  PAINTKD1 ilRiiS  1  BY NELLIE L. MeCLUNG  COPYRIGHT, CANADA, A925  CHAPTER XVII.���������Continued      . |     All this time Helmi was wondering  Jack*couldAsee that Helani knew far   what Mrs.  St. John would  do when  more-than she was telling, and a mis- slie Sot back's    letter, - thinking,    of  orabla black suspicion, in spite of all j coursp, J&MJt hacLheen fsent. She ������n~  his efforts, began to gro\sUn his heart.   dersttfod pet chaagacter  well ;enbalglv  After thinking the matter over he  decided he-would, not tell hia,sister,.in  Winnipeg about his.|^ar^age|(It |fras  jaast possible thatis^ would' remember'  the name of th# girl<5wJho had "Been  arrested in the Chinese place, and  there was no use in. having the matter  .stirred up again. He kept telling*  hiihself there was some mistake about  it, arid he was not going to let Et trouble him. But non^y o������, ms ?,c.an, .quite  control the ihoiaglits Ji&EVSc^eitofus.  .Tack threw- his letter into the stove  one morning when Helmi was"but.  CHAPTER XVHI.  Jack had told I-Ielmifitaiat-- his ipatri-  aicr had stayed in-Edmonton to raise  money to buy? their outfit, which they  would ship to " Pieaase ���������fl&iver. People  were investing tlfelrfV money gladly,  and paying five hundred dollars for a  claim, Helmi tried Vfco: reconcile herself  to Jack's goiaig, though she had no  faith in the project'.-*. In her simple  code of ethics,, a man who would tool  Minnie, taking advantage of her innocence and her poverty, would fool  Jack and all tiieofrier people who paid  him money. Ho was * ^ad man, this  ' Keith, and there was no health iai him  not to expect that she would square  the matter by .a fulL-;eonfession. She  wriiild "let sit ride," as? she so Soften  , .. "**l3-i;���������-r"-t0 ' "' '"'"'  ^aid-about ^ri;y|hi������.g that wasp disagreeable. "yShe'*'" always hoped that  time would work.for her and polve her  difficultie-ts. Mrs. St. John would never  face a disagreeable situation squarely.  As Helmfgrew "older she grew more  resentful of Mrs. St. John and the  easy <^y fi������V\^ Steppe  ������ron^3L&dei$.'me^es leaving?  ���������all therblame;;on^her^;S^  .Tack's>sist6r,.-'his only rela&veya^d*besides she had sworn by the good^  words she had learned in God's house  not to.tell-r-the same words she had  got married by���������and they were still  more sacred -ta her now." * '��������� '  Helmi made great progress with her  lessons, now that she had .no work to  do other than her light household duties, which were just fun, and with  Jack to help her when hts work was  done. She, could read every word in  the Elue Book now.  One day when she came to thc place  ih lier speller whero girls* names were  'given, she asked Tlilm ywhich one he  liked best. Jack replied he did not like  aiiy of them very well.Vfor the best  the Peace River as far as they could.  .Tack's partner knew e"^erv inch of the  way; and he was so happy and excited Helmi knew be felt just the way  she did" when the money came from  America. *  "I will write when" I get a chance  to send a letter back,- it is just possible we ma-#.xiot get a chance after we  leave Fort Saint John; but I'll write  from the Crossing anyway. Just say  to yourself, Helmi,- every day, your  good words, ,and be a brave girl. I  khov-^^qju pre *&at% There's two hundred "dollars coming.to me from the  Mines. You can, get that if you need  it;,, I did aaot ?want|io draw outfevery-?  tnihg ah<ff tri&ke titaen^-suspectJ������?' -wasf  ^oiiig^fo^'g#>d:^'F0r tliey've*''* been  watching me. Every, one has his eye  on Keith-���������he's the biggest man in. the  exploration world in Canada, Helmi I"  Jack was rolling his blankets as he  talked. Helmi had his lunch refady, and  StopiJ watciai^ himi her Aeart beating-  ^lic^^l^v;^fierelwa^ something*? she  ^w-anted to.?tell ^im.f Still, why should  jsit^^orry liim'%6w?':He had to go���������  he had promised���������-and besides, she remembered Aunt Lili's words:  crcepingSf rustlings, and whisperings  around thean. It was a night cf sweet  odors aaid hushed bird voices.  ������������������It may be a long- saammer, dear,  but it will come to an end, and I think  I can safely promise I will be home  for Christmas. Don't expect 'me i'.li  you see me. Home for Chr5-y;in>a3,  with a gold nilrfe for-a present. How  Maill    fham-    V������<-> **������������������������>  1 * Am*     WMMrv    f*/Vrf   ���������  "I just want you, Jack," Helmi said,  holding him. in. a close embrace.  Mrs. McMann welcomed Helmi's return to the boarding house. The  Chinaman's way of muttering under  his breath was disquieting to' her.  peace of mind. She believed he was  uttering Chinese eaarses. Helmi baked  bread and biscuits, opened windows,  scrubbed floors and polished glasses.  She worked in a frenzy of energy  which soon brought improvement to  the disordea*ed boardin**- house.  Mrs. McMann regarded her curious-  iy. jULtzum.    i.s>     vvuiiicu    ������;vci     ou;iit;-  thihg-," she said', "maybe they haven't  got along just as well as she thought.  Good-lookin' men-are notoriously hard  to live with. Actors, musicians and  preachers are perfect pills when you  come to live with them. Well, she  can't say I didn't warn her���������I am  thankful for that!"  Mrs. McMann prided herself on her  faculty for eliciting information painlessly, and, as method one, used tlie  ?.rf.?^������������--fltSSSh������t--^ fetNt-tbl -.Mtt-.-e-a-ta-aaa.-ap.aai> i  ff"9wf j-&.*%^ c *���������*���������������*>!���������*��������� ������a������*>**������������r* i������������m������jy %>Yri c.-������t*-a*������ii  l&^^ai^&m^ Wt**.!*** _������������asvrtaT*ft������'e������4SnrKsi  atCa-.*** . ^^rftMfl^v.  tNLtrtjj  .-    .��������������� -��������� ap.aac������ %,*nm-f  i*^h>^Hm't^aSSpi%mSSi  f-\f "   &*������& "a Bo*  i*rr  reac _  injuries. It is also unequalled  as a soothirig-^Vspeedy remedy  for ������bstmatss and deep-seated  ^itfii". i-iiCPaS?   ���������T-fSi?*3ir.,l^:k'*'   ii'AiinHc  a^^>������'^.i I r It    *  m     **?T^_���������    ���������     jJ~~ **? V*^ *i?.^_J-**J'        T * **^ F %^ * ft ~m. at. rZr������  ulcers,.piles, etc..  Within every box.of Zam-Buk are  stored the most valuable healing,  soothing and antiseptic properties  known to Science. Its unique harbal  composition and its absolute freedom  from animal fats and mineral drugs  make Zaan-TJuk the- safest and best  dressing for skin trouble-? of all kinds.  Get a ������0oxbox oF this great herbal  hea-ler^ f-rons your dru-fijsisi. or cCeaicr  to-dayl^or ask Zetm-Bfiie Co.. Toronto.  ������t mail Ky?-a?jr-?-Ti? *.4 r^.S^.MPS-!*.  iCUliUlAJ.     V.O V L\j.\s   ���������KJX.    ������S1  all abovat the gold find.  "Aint it wonderful the wealth of  this country all hid away from eyes  that pry, and yet' revealed when people go to the right spot. My! you  mifst be proud of Jack; he's "a lucky  boy:" *  (To Be Continued.)   a  it Testifies For Itself.���������Dr. Thomas*  sEclectrie* Oil needs no testimonial of  its powers other than itself. Whoever  tries it for coughs or colds, for cuts  or contusions, ?for sprains or burns,  for pains in the limbs or body, well  know that tlie medicine proves itself  and nectis no guarantee. This.^shows  why thisypjLl is in generalise. V  It was not possible that he could find name of a11' ���������e^,$&ff������tt amon?  gold���������Why shotaldGod let a bad man  ihi gold? But shc'if^cnevv she could  not-turn Jack aside.^ftosh his purpose;  lie would go. That he would !,������ disappointed she feared; and in that'she  was oaily sorry for rhinajbiat he would  come back then and'''Settle-down at  the mines, ancl they.would' be happy.,  yet.' -. .-,,::������������������.      ;V-VV-*"  tt  High Rigger,, Knocked  Out By Extriemely .  . PainM Back  Gin Pills Saved Him  Pain an d Money  Ma*. J. F. MUIcu-'k letter eontaiiats  "^priceless advice to people who Jitad'ci-  t'i'ona backache, aaad .showa eh.'ju-ly  tha valuo of din PUla n:j n proavipt  ml I of-for atliiag kidneys:  "In tlio wood* lnwt Foil I wnsa nmilc<������l  tn tlta nlciit for (litywi Cold b<������������ ������������>������  3:i tha bnclt. I wjiti no lintl tho \v������o<U  )l<m������ vtintcil to H������n������l avaai to Uw oily, , >y  ior mruUea.i. tro.Ttmcnt. Oiao <iffllaai i '''���������  !1>oyn ffttlvJraefl Gin filial. In :four  ���������lavj'ia 1 ^������a 1>n������1c taat. thn 'InU, Koa'r-  :iy nit of'the boyii nnafvy *������ln I'llln Iat '  Xogflcct ot lciatlri-oy trouble I**)-vatary  daa n jre roil a. Backache in nut tlao  aiaaly nyinptoni'���������aliV.-'.i'aaawa, l������a*!a:k  daawfc In vit'iaaa**, i-pnutH before 1h*-v ������y#������n,  licaaclaacho.t, HWol!l������ai joints, p������ini'ul,  .���������;c:mty or too frequent tarhaatLoaa aro  othova. Tatko Gin P311b iTiimecltatoly  i-.iaa-l provont KhuumntiBm, Sciaatieia^  r<unni>arrr>. ncuto JMiadflpi? tn'ouble.  All tlruKjjtafcjj enn-y C5h. .Tallht, 50c n  ho3w. Njationaal Brtaar aii Chemical  Co* oJT Oantitlu. Limited^ ToroaaLo^  Cnnndii. larj  'Mike  a.&  Pleased With Experiment  ilttElSKsi**  LiitSe Helps For Ihis Week |  Compulsory Motor Car Insurance In  Massachusetts Is Benefielal  Massachusetts seems to be pleased  was aU right with, -ate lintil^*-? :'p ���������% ^Sj^ith.  her" experiment  in  compulsory  No, no, no, she could not take fche risk,   automobile insurance^It is "rather sur-  maybe it was not so. Jack was-^ uprising* tliat%o? radical an experiment  er  W.    N".    P.    IITIS  them  She said she liked ,LeIa the best, but  the wq.y ������tvc woulia spell it would be  ' 'Lili,'' the Finnish -way. " "And wbicb  boy's name, Jack ? "' sheVqueried.  Jack read the names and decided in  favor of Charles.' Helmi wrote, in her  laa-ge, cleat1 hand:���������-       ,.  !. Charles Doran  liili Doran*  .Tack looked at her and laughed.'  "Now,--look here, Finaa/'-ho said, "we  do not want either Charles or Lili for  some time yet. Walt till I get the gold*  and then wo'wili.'gp to live in Edmonton, aind buy a big houae ii^ Glcnora,  and liavQ a Clilhcunan Co do the worki  and two maids and n,car,:and we can  have a whole-flock,1 all with fiery gold  hailr just 11 ke ybur's���������Lili and Claarllo  and "EhnlL and Antia, and wo will put  aap a high board fenco around tho  whoio place, oo thoy cannot nan away  and fall Into the, rivqy. JPo you .remeni-  ber what, ^ou';B^td^W|t''^o.aVirtaro pt-jt-  tlaag in thd? windows?"*'   x" ''"'A? ''":'" "'  Holml lookocl up atlUiii, ia.u^hlhg^  with something in hea' face which  mn.de him'kima hor vary tenderly. With  hot*������ft9e' Vurlod on his shouldor, ho "did  not h������o tho foar iu her oyoa, tho cold,  gaunt fdar:���������for tile fapo that caho saw  wwa" Aunt JMVh, white witti death, her  groat oyea bunting, aaad Aunt Ijili waa  Haying vvaia: "Men don't "want kids���������  and ������ettlo down like wc do���������thoy may  tuty Vioy do-~bul thoy alon't -SckUs aa*c  trouble, men nro all for aclf.''  '.Dvvo dayai after this tho mossagc  camo for Jack to go, Now that the  tlmo had come Holml was cheerful  and bravas. Sho helped lllm to fc'ot  ready, aqueoalng back tho team* which  worta dhipoiaed to gathor. .He was go-  Inn* io leavo rnilotly. h>ttlaapr peoralo  thlrrie ho wnu jusi; goinjr to tlao OroHtt*  J tag. The plan w.ia to gv> by boat oiv  and maybe  so gloriously' bappy, so' confident   she "must not worry him. Men cannot  bear worry like "women.  ,"Oh, I"wiU be .fine, Jack!" she said.  Mrs. -McMann is all over her little  mad^nd. she will be glad to have me  back: again. Her Chinaman'"'made' a  pudding, in the , washbasin, and the  men did iaot like it."  "I don't want you to work forj-her,  or for anyone, Jielmi. Just make your  garden and dp ,what you like. You  have plenty to live on, oven withoaat  the money at the mine." Vy  "Sure," agreed Helmi. "It will be  company for me���������that's- alL I like?to-  work; but4evcry night I will be home  here, ahd I will say my words, arid  'God bles3 Jack and keep him a^afe'������������������  prayers help a good lot."  "You're a good -kid, Helmi," Jack  said vglving her ti hurried caress. The  excitement of the chase was on him.  Heimi weait with Jilarn ihat night  ovor the hill and a mile beyond. Then  he insisted oaa her returning. "It is  just ix3 easy to say good-bye here as  anywhere,", ho said.  It was n mellow oventng at the end  pf April. In a pond near by the frogs  churrod, aaul nil the air was full of nature's awakening. There were strange  .A  COULD NOT  REST JDR.SLEEP  Rash on Anns, Neck and  Face. C::J:c;:ra Meal  ,S.:  " I wftB uo'ubl������dywlth an itching  raash whicia broke out in blotchers on  my nrans > necfc a,nd f*ce������ It. itch������jd  and bui'iticd caui������l������g me ta acratch,  and nccfttchlrig fcauaed ertaptlona.  My face waaa diaflgured and I had to  Utttidttu* my arm a, 1 could not real  or ctleep on account of the irritation.  "A t'trieaad tidvittcd Cuticura Soup  aaacl 'Ointment bo"! went'for a free  Humplc. I got re-let' at once bo pur-  chaned 1-norci arid after ualntjf oa-ie  cake of Soap tatit) part of n box of  Ointment I wiii. h'tspled." fSlgned)  Mitttta W������vaC.CAtt*r, JunctionRcl.,  3pirlnghlll, N. 0.1 ^u^. 30, 192C,  One Cuticura Soap, Olntmeaiat aaad  Talcum lor daily toilet? purpotaeai.  K������������rf.t������ *������������% Vr.������ to* W������tt     AA'tr***  ',nT'P������'l"ti  Sott -���������������������������tratali-awMra ������.M^ Monli^al." PrUa." Hoiiij  ol������i(ttv������nt ta a.nd C<ta. TirJaui.. U0������, " M  W* Ctillonm. Sa.*vlH-g SUctr atfo.  prising'that?Jo-radical an experiment  should haVeV^lieenV-maiae in so conser^  vatiye a state and perhaps still more?  so that the striving public seems to be  satisfied with- 3tV"l ;f_V'"' I  ''���������" It was argued against the plan that  it wroiald.,,..increase. ,-xieckless   driving,  since losses were covered by the obligatory insurance fpbilcy. But the insurance .companies, met this objection  by refilling "pojicies'to reckless drivers. '    '     V ���������.'.-��������� ���������: iv'.-  y   ,-     '   V;  Ic is estimated that thc number of  drivers, has been reduced by 5 per  Cent, -under the Operation of this law  and it naay be assumed that those  whoiiavc been elirnihated are a good  riddance as they( would be the most  undesirable.'  It is logical that fatalities should  have decreased, if for no other reason  than that tlie reckless wore largely  removed from tho wheel.  If! Massachusetts continues to show  benefits. from the coaupulsory 'insurance plan, its adoption is sure to be  agitated in other states.���������Montreal  Staa-.  Authorized Beggars  Descrying    Poor    In    ISratsseln    Aro  Obliged To Iveaip Bodies  In order that the populace of Brussels may be? able to distinguish the'  dcacrvhig from the undeserving poor,  a central identification office has been  established at Brussels for tho pair-  poso of hivcstigating oases of "pan-  Handling."  Whero such casert'vovonl a real need  the beggar will bo issued an Identification booklet in which nil persons  contributing will be required to note  tho amount of thoir contributions. In  this manner, tlio authorItloa Jiopo to  lcob^'ftvadlt/offlacijgiaira*^ receipts and  proVeaxt ih'cnx froan. imposing tapon thc  public, Largo postera avo displayed in  air big caf oa and other public places  warnlaig tho public .^.galliot giving to  uaattuLhorizc;^ persona.  Anothiir tljlrig'Ua*vt,t Booms to bo a  long Wfiy uhcad lsVtho foolproof railroad cras&inff.  "Boast not thyself of tomorrow; for  tlaou knowest not what a day may  bring for^"-ryProverJ>s xxmi. 1.  In htiniariliearts what bolder thoughts  can rise  Than -man's  presumption   on  tomorrow's dawn?  Where is tomorrow; In another^world,  For nuiabersVthis is -certaJ*h;Vthe re-  ^terse%'||-$||;.   -|V|4j;fe||.|||  3fes^uret^o~:noiie.-���������Yoitng-V  Ho-^^matj^ciffid :dae|e^9*fr0"m- day to  day th| ���������|3^i|*-i'*&--: caj^|i^.^3a^.: the anost  beautiful* thirags it_can*enjoy, without  thinking t.haiS������v&y5ft&jy m.ay be the  last one, and that lost time is lost  eternity.���������Max; Miller?    2k.  ���������V ^Selp'^'^or I'^^tsaQs^^^t-e^leS^Hgi^es  asthma- a great advantag-e. 3.'her trouble, once Jt "has seg^reds &|.fgbtlaold  fastens 4t?r g^ip onVt|ie. birojalhiai passage tenacibusly.^Dr. Ja' D..Kellogg>  Asthma Remeaay is dally benefiting  cases of asthma of long standing.  Years of suffering, however, might  have been prevented had the remedy  been used Hvheh th6 trouble was' in its  first ��������� stages. ; Do not neglect ast'am a,  but use this preparation at once.  ���������y- ^5dr Miill'ServEeo FoV West-- '��������� '  .An air niail service between Wihaai-  peg. &nd ,qaJgary- jmay' bc.: -established  this' coming summer, Judging by.persistent' reports -to V that' effect. "VLasl-  summer tlie flight wits sriade between  those two points by Flying OJp9,cer.,T.  "RjEf ^hiejds, o^rtjie Rp-yMiGgnadiiyn Ma-  Force, in eight hours-���������tho ^stance  being 900 miles.  ]MUpard'^?l^nlinetrtfc:tr,oII6veSi ,palii.*" ?;;    ���������  ^^'i^jait-^w^ibt inio &3^fliliMttflt  night and ate yp, all my vegetables."  Lo���������"All right, I'll, send you over  a quart of milk."  .,.,. T   ...~    7~"'r.. - ..-������.������������������  It's '.'aJ?pity:that*-a".sttah���������'S'cs-o.hH- hc*y.t-  an occasional eulogy, of himself while  alive, such as the preacher will some  day deliver dyer his,mortalremains.  . a.^ai...... a.-ai.a.iKai.i.  I* V, .Lu.,.,  ��������� m   m    In-i.'n a.......i ail n.    i.   ������������������������������������-������  ���������<���������;������-  Daniel was tlae only mam wo ovor  heard oC who wasn't spoiled, by bo-  lug Uosrlwd.  WoodHiticn.���������1((*np MltHM-il'M  lt-nridy.  The Least Exeiffmenf  ���������AAA^u-U'rs'O-y.).  ^;;iyu:nyyi. i'y-,'^-.?       -  MMe Jer Heart  8^3 B EtrBltSiS W Aim SB-1Z'T': H  Bmm B m VB  Mru. Ambfosr-i Qtfter, Elglaburfr, Oaat., |  write*:���������"I Hiitot'tl .Cor annuo thwi*.'  with a haul ,heart %vhich uewmod to htv,  couttolltsd hy ;������tiy.. noryca, , Tlio ]c������?.flt;  littlo dx<dit<amcait would caaaaso it tp fital  tor ia������d palpitate, atari nt tianes I would ;  havo ,-read tmd apclla^ I Hx-fforcd ia.  tlala way foi" Hai^oltXaate, wlion, oaie daty, ���������  I BaiW  ,-*������,dv*rtilsfldv vh������   &** ;  vs<!cd"alf try, llu-m* '  I had <������aaly takon ts. <  ituxr boacea wit on. I  no%ed tlaant I fnJU j  bpttor,   ������������   I   oon- I  "ifnii'isSL 1 nli in if ill m������ !  , r .and   in    a   wlaorfc  *''tiaao my Uoaart &lb tl  .,- *. ^Jtittrelj dlltefcoiu."  *P i-f' a-2.������. i' .*'"' .V1"'" '4tA*a"A ���������     j..';?       . '  <,1������)fl4������%'������������, or miallficl dlr������������(- oa reaaeipt -ot.  prlcfl by Thn T. Wilbum Co., I.ini'.tflcJ,,  'lV>ro������t<i, Ont,  ,fi X"  '- V  tHjb cbeston bevebw  uhiropraciic  a ������ -   -        5  anas  made  a  remarkable  record in tbe cure of chronic dia  eases   whioh   have   been    the  conspicuous    failures   of    the  other  methods  of   treatment.  TP rt *v *r0*tr**m*\ aKwillin-an.fr Sn^^S!!^ *t*  AUV      44JUOV   **������. ������*al������*0������aB.*iW   0������4<U������f������9C������0<J   V*H  Chirogsraetsc, however, are in  adjusting for acute disorder*?,  for in these "the recuperative  powere have not been weake.s-  ed by long illness and the  results are prompt and certain.  SLdtf������G*������B   JHtBTIflng    w^'  ft  fl   ���������fllVPftftAS  iaini!������mi  y^liia) PfisUi  AiglM  ������eta ������srwB w %yuw  SUNDAY,  FEB.   S  CkESTQN-���������S a.m. ana 7.80 p.na,  LISTEK���������Ii a.ra.  Creston -school went" back to the  9 a.m. opening on Wednesday.  Fob Ba&B���������Saddle pony. going  cheap.   -Frank Putnana, EU-fekson.  Woon���������Ift-inch -glabu-ood, $2 rick  delivered*.   Kodgers Sox iP&ctstvy. ~  John -GatrSektV got back on Friday  from a business visit*, ������t- Vancouver^  C O. Bsdgeirs is ������. business Visitor at  Calgary, Alberta, this- "week. leaving  on Friday.  Wanted���������Baby baiggy. in good condition, state price. Write Bos 87.  attevaew O&ce.  Mrs. Sharpe of Calgary, Alberta, is  a visitor here this week, "a gasest of  Mrs. J. W. Spencer.  CABBAGiB���������B-or salt* a quantity of  rabbage, $2 per 100 lbs. $&. Stewait  (Alice Skiing}, Creston.  H. L. ������������ hi an son spent the w������*ene������d  at Bossland where Ma-Sv Bofbinsoo is  recovearing frora her recent illness.  For SAXS���������Olnver bay in the stack,  about five tons-; will sell cheap for  casb.    Fred Powers, Camp List*������r, B.C.  Miss Sdasa aviieuOis" has gone ta  Procter, where she has secured a  position and te*!! be remaining for  some titue.  ' Op tiii ������he end of January 70 auto  licenses, have been issued at Creston.  For the same srsannth in 1027 but 60  wer������ t-������keac. out.  MrerRemington, who has spent the  past couple" of months ,<tn a. visit With  ttriends ������i Siairssaore, Aiwsria, arrived  hack on Sunday.  Cow Fob Saulc���������Jei-sey-fclolstein.  seven years, freshened December 17th,  three gallons milk daily, .155. Tony  Hetner. Wynndel.  tf^taan-Oot-rf^rtt,   .*���������������<������**���������������*   f^������M.Mj1t.*������\   V _A������-v*j*tk.v-ft     ft-*******  v*vwi->Mi   ������. -4������jcaav -^aa^s-nssuusr* ������*   m������.-^iv������i      ���������*��������������������� m ***  the   February   tineeting   on   Tuesday  evening, 7th,  at   their    bull    in    the  Miss Marguerite Crawford left on  Saturday for DeWintoh, Alberta.  w!!*j;t' c-hss is taking chaise.������*r a rural  school nnlil tmldseinsnerV  T������ 1���������i_  M. IIKIIUK  *��������� ..!&��������� 31 ��������� _- :     -a.   ��������� ������*  points in the Valley this week, and  os-chardists state* the^ outlook for the  1628 apple eajop is very promising.  All the signs point to an early  spring. The mail order houee spring  and sum-meat catalnguues are already  to hand.   Baster falls on  April 8fch.  *aEaaTjr.M..^.������a*������  tia"  *<*  IjjAaJi tar*  Details    nest  Os*==toB asd . District  statute   hav<a*   taken   Ih**   evening   of  {year   entertainment,  week.  The Stebrtsary meeting of Creston  and District Women's Institute is  scheduled for Friday afternoon nefet*  10th, at 3 o'clock, in Trinity Church  basement.  *  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid are  having a St. Valentine tea and sale of  home- cooking at the home of Mrs.  Henderson; Saturday, Febrnary 11th.  3 toS n.n������,   ?  WIsb ������H As������p������sseasi ladies please re=  member the meeting on Tuesday next  in the Parish Hail, at 3 p.m. to discuss  means of strengthening the -women's  Work' an the piis-ish.  The" Review was in error itsst week  in giving the village election returns.  Instead of 43 votes Commissioner  Comfort should have been credited for  48, beading the poll.  Hi  W ������S*Mi.������Vtf,l������.������J,  vcut u������*K ir  ���������v,     4m.b  Canon 'Simpson,   field  **������  8 p.-as., Hev  secretary   of  the  General   Board  of  Relagous KductttJnn of the Anglican  Church, will officiate at evensong and  preach   in   Christ  Chnrcb.     Renders  wi!!   recollect  Creston two years ago,  TO.aa.aiaa      ia     tkio  .....1.      nw   ������a  i ������.-������.������. ...������ a.  Coughs  *f^*  m.sMm-" .-fi.  [ visit with Mr. Bnyle and other fi-ienda  at Nortbport, Wash., leaving oh Friday. ���������  Fraternal society honois enme  thick to Mr. and Mrs ht*A. M������tvst-n at  JB?ioib-arlev this y*?������*t.rs the former being  chsaeelksr c*<iss^fii������ndervof'.jthe Knights  of Pythias, while Mrs. Maawson is in  charge of  the   Pythian Sisters lodge.  Fob. Sa&.s o?.,Tradk���������Will well or  or trade loGG'.h. mare, 9 years old. In  exchianRe wtinld takt������ horse about 1300  lbs.    ������. Nouguier, Canyon.  A mild spell, which s������t in on Bntnr-  day, bras Bguin  baalted operations   at  b?ith  the ������:}!*!:;  The tsleighihg as ruined, too.  |thr���������  Mr. Jrtrsnass, who has &pe'st the p������st  ree   months   in   Creston   inducing  Kelly's Bronchitis Kemedy  75c  B Special Coaish Svruo  35a~  Sesal] Cod Xiver Oil  a. lOj^aiaiAiJU.  ttpji.Wf.  Hitd    *3������;������."i"r������g    riiin.5o  oichni-dists to f*|���������> in for rabbit farm  ing, left at the end  of the week for  Revelattake.  .-,.���������-.������������������.-*'���������-  Mip. Boyd   and   Mrs. Brown   were  b(>t>teMst>s?'nt a. silver tea in aid of the  P*r*a?sby.iy������rian"'??W4aM.S. last Friday  a-ifterijooii, the. affair enjoying an intake of $10.  The village balance "sheet for 1927  has jais!   tiwn issued and f shows the  yeaai   to havt������ closed with a cash sur  piiiB   of $3177.    Last year igresiS  was  sDent on sidewalks, a-osds and bridges.  at barn,    Reduction to^anyone taking J while   general   administration    costs  the lot.    Geo. Jacks. Camp Lister. j were ������i28o.  Win. Dovey, -atud^nt in charge of  United Chairch work at Yahk. Moyie  and Laataabet-ton,, spent a few days this  week a guest of Rf v. J. Herdman.  Hay Fob.8a������*s���������Clover- and  % 1 *y***l fc* W*L  aifnafa  ������st thsse to^s, ������15 per -ton  __ 1*4 \&m ^e%\%M  sfo. % latr  *f\~>*  MI  \j������my  Effective forthwith I am discontinuing handling two  kinds of milk���������Jersey and  Holstein. In future I will  have ,bufc one grade. This  is a really splendid dairy  milk, very largely Jersey,  and will sell at  8 Q&&������M^is fof $1**00  r  tiTti mm ~. aAam.   iiiisSiuii sjdiiy  n. A. CO IM FORT  Music of tho World's  Greatest Artists on  \\M%nio\  Electrically Recorded  All 10-inch Brunswick  Records���������Gold,  Purple  and Black [Label  pmfmt  All %2'lnoh J������mmw'i<sk  Records���������Gold, Purple  and Blaok I^ftbol  <gr A ���������UV  VUI a \ltt.yC2f*#^.M  Registered Ophssstetsist and  WiU be in CRESTpN be>  tween^tmins Wednesday  and Thursday, February  8th and 9th, arriving on  train 67 from the east  and returning on 6S from  the west. Appointments  made. -,������t- -..- Ores ton. Onsg &  Book Store will _ be  promptly recorded.  CORPORATION OF THE  V  a  Jr1  Stateinent of Receipts and Disbursements  REO SIPXS  Taxes���������RealProperty  Taxtis, 1927 assessment*   *T������-*eHj 1?^8 arrears   Tares. i925 arrears^ ,   Tases. ISi^i arreairs   PenaltiesVl927 taxes  Interest, arrears 1924-26..-. , ������������������  Trades Licenses. ���������  Dog Taxes ���������   Government Grants  L.!qn.ir Profits  __ '. .���������  Motor ijaaBensep   Pari Mutnel Tax* s������������������    Toss Sale costs recovered. ���������  Accounts receivable���������Previous sears..  Overpayment���������W. Fraser.    Total collections, 1927  __....    32714.58  41.88  ������3.88  5C.88  14.38  .- 2757.71  ._ 483.80  ....   219.85  Caah on hand, January 1. 1927   Cash at Ban I', Janaiury 1, 1927...,   .27  3005.03  3016.05  693.50  67.00  3161.46  7.30  .85  *  3.00  7249.16  3685.30  1310,914.46  General Administration  Salaries..^ _.���������  .t*\'mjM*  Accoianting nnd Auditing; i. S~.- 38.50  Postage and -'war t������x��������� . --w.  ~ 25.90  Printing and stationery. ������ -���������.  339.65  Maznicipal Sal! furniture and equipment. 195.30  Municipal Ball mainatainence^i_-..������_-^.��������� 104.98  Telf*grams.__. . . _. -.���������.���������..;...,. 1.90  W^orknaen's Compensation Board....^..'...^. ?.  26.26  Postofflce box ���������rent-.M. ������. .  6.00       .  Dogtatss... . ; a....,,..,;: ��������� ;  a22  Registrar certfficates. tjands . ��������� 1.62  Btecttic Power investigations ^-^-_  34.00  TaravelHng_:   :.. 6.00    "*  Special p<*licing.. . . P u 1.99  Miscalenoais repairs -r^--.- -~���������~ *��������� J*������������   $1286.97  Highways  Street construction���������;~. I .__- ....  .-ffilO.49  Street maintenance^^ . 2868.40  Sidewalk Construction^ ���������-. ; ^-.    71043   -  Sidewalk maintenance.. ' _..' .-   181.87  Bridge renewaleu..... ^ -^Jsr. 1276.68  Bridge maintenance . .    -     130.68  Tools and machinery ....���������L :���������   278 27  Land for new streets -.. . a .   240.00  Surveys,   conveyance   and   registration,      ��������� -  Land for streets  ^ 103.76  Shade trees' mat on      hvmhaa  Fire Protection  .....���������..^..... y.26  Grants  Jubilee celebratfon..   128.00  Crentnn Valley Ag. Astanciution fall fair.... 50.00 ,  Children^ Aicl Society .  10.00   ���������  Belief of. poor. . . :......���������      5.50       190.60  Previous Year's Accounts paid ������������������.         2.00  Total disbursements, 1927.^   7787,18  BALANOE-Ci������ah on ha*nd Dec. 31,1927.. 1823.03  Cash at bank Dec. 31 1027... 3854.25     3177.28  $10,014.46  BALANCE SHEET  DECEMBER 31, 1927  ���������rnmm**** ������������������������** ���������<****M"*w*w >.  i������ *-*(������������������������������������������ ���������������������* *���������*���������#���������������������*  Office and hall f aarnlture  Less deprectataon    F!rc; flighting equipment   Leoa doprectaitlon   Storage houoo.........   Less depreciation.......  Munloipiat Jlftll building..  Lobs depreciation   Tools and nanohlnory ���������..���������..  Lean depreciation........  Municipal Hall site, Lot 45, Block 2...  Part Block 5, Plain 00������A  JH   rfa*aa*ir*ft ^aaaraa-ata*, iala*aaa*i arshiMri Mrir**M.  Caehon hand ..;.. $1328.03  Caeb at bank...........................  1854.25  Arrears of taxes, 1925.....         1.73  AriHsars of taxes, 1028 ���������.���������.      129.11  Arrears of taxes. 1G27 . ...      282.40  43������.no  32.30  1000.QO  100.00  85.50  8.60  1600.00  160.00  278.2T/  28.27  180.00  240400  *������������*WW������4������-*<M������<  $3177.28  372.87  403.00  900.00  77.00  1440.00  250.00  420.00  i*1mnn#*4*,   **���������<!*> >  ,   *p*<iHH'*ix*  LiAtiiLrrits  ACCOUNTS PAVABLK ......���������   BALANCE���������Surplus of Assets over Liabilities-..  .$     8,00  . 7038.05  *������auu<a,a������M  Creston, B.C., January 23, 13)28.  A, SPENCER, Auditor

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