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 ���������whs* *������������������-.:; AyXS������zX\ i.e.*.  SS  ?/**?  AiVA^ArA-'A^JAA'-^^  ^Qsas*--  r'iV'ifXS';!  iyys?.- j.  Mis^Mf?  i;yy*f  s*fyy������f  yy Sfv^',:  ���������w^b^iaiawia^  -~ "ss������y  ASM  i._i  \.  %)L.  XIX.  CBESTON, B: C., FBIDAY. JANUARY 0, l������28  No. 48  'yftome Acre$f * -,  '-'  Coming Jast������ 11  A treat Ik in store for yon on tne  evening.of January 11th   when   the  Community Players present their ttret  thres=set play, "Hosae A*?***.,"1. Miss  Irene Huscroft is making her debut as  the sweet wilddower of ^Itfie country.  Rose ^Wittman.      Bob   Msiswell,   of  radio fame, is playing the difficult but  pleasing role of  David. Holdemrtthe  earnest country lad   who  eaves the  Wit-man's frotn disgrace and poverty.  Those who have' seen hitesect before  know that he wilt render many pleasing scenes to the play.    Mrs.  Craig  very pleasingly takes the part of Aunt  Jane Wltlsnan, and fulfills it admirably.   And those of ������air "readers ^he*  have never seen a New York Bo^ary?  J?ir! cat. of her element -want to see  ���������Ms*& Wischconsb.   I>r. "Mittun carries  the part of Join* Wittman^ who bias  been away to college and. prefers .city  life to the dullness of the "country.  Walfrid.Clay^ a-lffei* Yorker, as portrayed   by   Principal   * Deverss   adds"  genuine city atmosphere to tbe laical  production.   Mass Beth Putnam, who  appears ar  Helen  Dalton  from  New  -York gives up the bright tlights> for  ��������� the joys of country life.   Can" a chore  biy bo a city butler.   Seeing ia believing*    JCa-tfJ;. IToark   will  convince  you.  -Sam S&eenstrup, becomes Mr. Fergu-  son,   the   slick   New   York1 lawyer.  Such taient^asis revealesS in this cast  will assuredly provide a big night of  entertainment.      Rumors     are    ever  prssi-at that Mr. Kelly  will   provide  anpropriate   ttnusie   due ing  the' per-  ioratnance.   Reserve  seats for 4SHome  l&caresy are selling at 25 cssts, with this  plan at ihe drugstore.   0eneiat  ad-  Visisssscn Is 5S cents, with children, at  '85 cents.   C'as*t*un"at 8 o'clock prompt.  Mr. ^Hunter,   former . principal - of  Sirdar school,"'wa&s shaking bands with  friends dy-rtng: the ts-iilti sfeop.Hftnday  He  %vas reiui ning to Michel whtrre he  is on fche &eh������x������S teaching staff again  this year.  y ���������        . i  Mrs, H. Denneag was a Tuesday- s5ve������  ning hoatess at a most enjoys bla at  home in honor' of Miss^Bedyard, who  Mrs. Gathers and; daughter. Muriel,  left on Tuesday to join her husband at  Mnosejaw, Sask.  Elmer Ringheinu'who has been at  Trail nnd other points for Ibe Christ-  mas. -vacation,   returned    home     on  for the north and s&uth highway ��������� to  be built .via the. Canyon-Lister route.  J. S**C Johnston's* portable sa.wmiU "at  tbe siding, got into operation the  latter part of. the week, and is giving  employment teat half a. deserv snen on  tbe caat of ties from the Sana nelson  timber.  left the following day for   Medicine '&*&&&>  Hat, Alberta, at which cily she . was  united iaa marriage watp. John Lewis,  nasti! clerk on llaer Hat-I^anding run.  There was a large company of  friends at the. depot un Tuesday to  -say goodbye tn Mr. and.. Mrs. C M.  Loasby, who got away that day to  snake their future home at the coast-  most likely Vancouver." Due to im  paired health Mr. Loasby has' been  forctSl to giafe up work as yardmaster  after almost thirty years of service at  Sirdar, and is replaced by Jack  fCamernaa. who -has purchased the  Loasby house. Mr. and Mrs. Loasby  have had a prominent part in-the life  of Sirdar and the place, loses two citizens whose places it w^ll be hard to  SHI. ������.  -Mrs..Walter Cooper and son, Allan,  left on Wednesday for Kimberley, on  a visit With her mother, Mrs. Mason.  She arrived - home again on Sunday.  Bob Poxali was a Creston visitor a  few days last week.  Mr. and Mrs. John Bathie returned:  home on Sunday, 'after spending the  Christmas holidays with their daughter at Rossland. ^"'       r  . Mr. and Mrs. EL Andestad .and  daughter, Thehna. spent the weekend  at Creston, g.sests:of Mr. and  Mrs. O,  aaj.^    JB^, ������������.w������������a*^ .  Standfast Club  fft  _1  sn  Sk  ^^*.s.P   f<%*9  "Reports   turned   in  meeting of the Boys  Mr. and Mrs."Geo. Davie dispensed  lhe regulation hogmaay ko-japitaHty  at their home, on Saturday night,  when the raew y*r?sr wab w������=������cfinj?������-.5������  with dancing, nausic. song and- story.  Ail the gitests report a re������l braw  bricht moonlight niuht ye ken.  The cold weather -at the end of the  week kept down the attendance, at  both ihe ebsidren*s taa^vsqase-raids. on  Friday and Mr*. Liste������-'s orcheslra  -dance Saturday evening. The intake  the latter was very light.  Ton* Hickey haa taken a logging  eontract with C. O. K������ ad gers and is  operating  m������ tne  saniSHrr as WKe������B������������!s*������  Miss D. Payette left on Sunday on * <***��������� between Wynndel and Sirdar.  id. ������.*.������*. ��������� **-x-���������~jiL ���������.* ������~���������~Ari at which point the C.P.R. is putting  Mrs. W/G, Mitchell and young  daughter of Victoria, are visitors here  this week with Mr. and Mrs. William  Miicheii.  Don. Rieve of Cranbrook was an  weekend visitor at the home of Col*  and Mrs. faster.  J������������ Langston returned to Kimberley  -on Monday after spending the Chr:st=  mas vacation  wilh his son,  Harold,  visit with some friends at Boawell  Reports ranging from Uto 21 below  VjOi^s    t^������������*o     jrorattttMgd     ^(tt,.rk(,np    &l",w    CO.d  Snap Hers at the weekend, but ,witli  the coiuang of more snow the mercury  took a" decided turn upward on Tuesday.  School opened on Tuesday morning,  January ^3rd,"' after the Christmas  vacation.' Mass M. Severn, who spent  Christmas with ber parents at Trail,  is again in charge of the (senior room.  point the C.P.Ha_is putting  in a siding for the log loaning for the  haul to the new null at Creston.  A. Bond has juot received worn!  from his eldest son. Alfred.^.that be  hats joam-d the benedicts, bis bride  being a native daughter of Arizona  where^ thi- groom has been working  for. the past two years.  wuiar a,u������3  VHea������iCy'i������������.t ������y  nti^ii_r^  resignation, is filled toy M*v Duncat%-of  Feaa-nie. -  at the annual  Standfast Club -  *ot -St. Stephen's 'Presbyterian Church  las! ssssstb. Indicate that V8������i has been  abou*c !j������ne niosi, active of the seven  years the .chiby baa_ been organized,  and officers chosen for ,1928 give confidence that-this year-will be equally  serviceable. Those placed an'chaige  for this year are:   .      ..���������   -  Pn-esident���������Hubert Beninger.  Vice-President���������Bert Moisraw.  Stjcretary���������Frank. Morrow.  Tareaisurer���������Allan Speers. ~  Leader���������Mrs. J. W. Dow.  The claeb had.twelve working members the past year and their united  efforts resulted in a. contribution of  .������32 Ua the sulssios funds of the church.  jjarjgwjirt interest- was shown in ciub  efforts due the teaching of basketry  by Mrs. Dow, and which product was  in great demand-at the annual church  bazaar, and much admired in the display at. the fail .fair..   The year .was  closed, with,*an at borne at' .tfre resa-  deaice of the .eader  on   Wednesday  evening last, at which  announcement  VfjAs rnadS th������t f-r* V&$ *-j������*M,viDg would  play a* prominent -part in  the   club  activities.     Mrs.   Boyd   assisted   the  lender with the   social evening,   and  for this year will be actively identified  with Standfast Club work.   .  UIIIIiBU  vama;r   me- Huci|*ivet>  w   tuts  ,Church a^ dinner '.was given in the old  schoolhouse on Wednesday, December ^SSth.     AU   the   aehiidren   of  the  Both teachers returned from their  holiday trips on Monday and. school  ifKuiwsa operations on Tuesday moc-  1  '���������"������*  tending - high   school   at  Cranbrook,  waa home for the ten-day vacation.  :,Misae������ Esther Nelson, Laura, Andeen  * B#v. S. Newby  had  quite   a   large  turnout for the Church of   England 1 ������- - .   -      * ���������      _    H       ^ i  morning,  though  commumty were mvited, and almost \  Mrs.   Beric   waa  a  Chat-ibtmK������-l|ew J and   Alice   Molaasder. attended  the  iK-  J.  Kennedy,   C.P.R.   operator    at  Fernie, who has been a visitor hei-e  for a few nays* retu&*ned to bis home  on Tuesday.  . Mrs. Buckliind and Mrs. North left  on Thursday for Nelson, where Mrs,  Buckland is at present a hospital  patient.  Mr. and Mis. D. Lombardo and  baby Ilccatd of iCevelatoke, arrived on  Satnrday to spend a few xluys with  the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.  P������ Lombardo.  , Geo. Cam, jr., arrived on Saturday,  and was n visitor at his home hese  until Monday. -  {jgrlss iSEJfen Heap a-������iuvue������ tw������ Cr������.E-  brook, Monday, after spending the  Christmas holidays -with her patents  .here.  CINDERELLA  service on  Sund.ay  u������������uwg,  he* arrived too late to bold.the enstotu-  *a*ry4s^i������4ay*stji������pnl.n-    -      ^  Mr. and Mrs. Guy Browell of fNelson  were visitors here: a ^couple ������r.f d������y������  last week, guests of Mr. and^JHrs. IS.  Langston;  The surprise party squad were out  on Saturday night to help Mr. and  Mrs. Bird anpa-opriately observe thae  latter's birthday, a very fine time  being spent at bridge, with refreshments served just   before   midnights  . The Lister area had 'about the cold-  eat touch, yet encountered. It was  26 below zero at an early hour Saturday rooming.  Principals Parkes and Littlejohn of  the Lister and Huscroft schools got  back from the holidays on Monday,  and bofch seats of learning resumed  operations ora Tuesday morning.  The community children's party and  "OhrJajJMSttc ipso was be!d ss,t- the -an^hooi- a  house on Friday afternoon with a  turnout of moat of the yoaangsters of  the district who wore suitably entertained with ganieB, etc., followed by  a supper and presentation of gifts  from the Obriwtmns tree as well as  oranges, nuts, cahdteB, ete. Bev, S.  Newby waa here for the affair and  presented suitable gifts to the Sunday  school childten as well.        '  Year week  visitor  with relatives at  Yabk.  Mr. and Mars. Bon Lid gate'of Jjeth-  theiir paffentt,* ^waa, to a very fine 1 *"*3ge, Alberta, are Vislfeaa.^ hpe this  s-aSik -oa  lvX> perceast., snme  accompanied byl  spread svf gooiS" tbtuga iio- eat, after  -which��������� the chHda*ene *^ere enterfcainattd  &.������'' gassiea.   -^A very ?l|5sss-time.was had.  &a&n&m&Ba &Hy  Mrs. L. Mobeig  is  a   visitor  Nelson friends this weeK  va?lth  School reopened for the winter term  on Tuesday morning, with a. total  attendance in tbe neighbot hood of  seventy.  Canyon appears to have been the  warmest spot in Ca-eaton Valley on  Saturday morning, when but 11 below  zero was recorded at this point? ~~  Jock, Jock jr., and Miss Helen Mc-  Uobb are back from it visit with bis  daughter,  Mrs. Houle, at Kimberley*  where Mrs. McRobb will remain for  so other thresv������ weeks.  The Canyon, Lister, Haiscroft-  Erickson aoaad cotnniittee hais jaast had  acknowledgement from practically all  the Valley organizations that they  have endorsed  the resolution asking  The   Canadian   legion   announce a Cinderella Dance  td be held in ^lio  Beninger Hall  old Hatfield Building  Fourth  Sfc., Crefttori    .  ������|;        laf Rif H  DANCING "9 to 12 p.m.  ^mSmV^lmmW   '  '���������'**** 1*.  *%      (si^K'm w^n^H lOfc  aMyi������hyJ "laaiatWi JmmVm&'mi ^^m* '  Lateat' Hits,  Good Music.  Tho Conr-BiwMrtifcy Society .whist on  Friday night was well attended considering the severity of the weather,  and the high aacoro prtaes went to Mrs.  John Cowley and Frank Baker, with  the consolation honors awarded Mrs.  Blr^anrt A. W, Sinclair. The S*efreah-  naentB wora of the usual high order  und the evening was thoroughly en-  Joyed.  In honor of Mr. unci Mrs, Browell of  Neloon, who were thoir house guests  last week, Mr. and 'Mrs. Harold Laitvg-  btqn entertained, at >r������dge on Thursday night, ait which the lion oats fell to  MiH. Bird and Mt;. Bi-oweil, with oon-  uulaatiota honors atwai'dod <M^> Mult-  kaouuo aaid Ed. Laugtitou. A aiaaidniglat  lamola was Horved and the evening was  thoroughly <mjoyed throughout.  Thirteen proved to be a vary lucky  number ait -thai drawing for the cake  at the Community Society whist on  JaTrldiay inlglit. -oa the ticket betirlng  tlmt number cnrrlud oft tho very fine  Mpuuiuauu ''-act? &������������.������* .amm <.1^^..lou l>y  MoHiia-ts. Evitns, Beeaon and Buoknoll,  netting thw aocSety funds about $10.  Ernest BteVeny was tbe- oake winner.  These machines are the best  value dollar for dollar on  the market today, and the  well-known Massey-Harris  quality is combined with  efficiency and   right price.  Two aizes in stock.    Call and  s    look them over.  The only machine  made   in  Canada.    Buy it ond keep  your money in the country  to support Canadian Indus*  ' try."  , v',';"'  FARMERS" SUPPLY DEPOT  CHAS. MUBUBLL  wees, g������e8i^off-..*''^^3-al^-rkV^  Mrs. A. McKelveyl ���������      ..     **,'"'"*-  "  Bob Long returned to N&lson on  Monday, where be is taking hit* final  year ut high school, after spending  the holidays a.t his home at Erickson.  Dick Ball, who is with the Imperial  Bunk at Miehei, spent the; New Year  weekend with his parents, Mr. and  Mts. John Hall.  Bricksooj.is having an oldtime win  ter.. particularly   in    the   matter  of  snowfall, almost two feet of it having  arraved already this winter.  B. Brownrigg, who has spent the  past week on a 4 visit with Mr.' and  Ma-s. Bd. Martin, has .returned to his  home at \Tahk.  Ealckson hud its quota of representatives *it the New "STear eve bsla^ut  Canyon on Saturday. Und the carnival  at .Orestonon Monday night.  4j������Mrs. Will Mitchell una! young  daughter of Victoria, arrived on  Tliui-Sdiiy last for a visit with her  father, VV. G. Littlejohn, na well as at  Ltetasr,  Saint Msry's Oatheclrnl was the  scene of an Interesting wedding on  Thnraday, December 2������, at 3 o'clocjc.,  when J������H8le Miarie, only daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Celli, of. High  River, becanne the bride of Mr. Fiore  Marineo, only son of Mr. Prank, Maa--  ina������t������, of Vancouver, B.C. MIsb Boia  "itjl������aatllt% of Coleuaaan, was brldeauaaid  and Mr. Angelo Gentile acted as best  WmtuB^r, At the conclusion of the ceremony, ������ wedding dinner was served at  the lioLol ralllder, Hffcor which Mr.  aand Mr*. Marlneo loft for Vancouver,  where they will reside, ��������� Oalgatry  Herald.    >���������  a^nix  orchestra ,-uftnee  t^ta-ardny night.       . t ,-  Miss >Bassel Hobden returned to  Ritchener-after spending the holidays  ^tr.h?/r%fegme:.at,. Hut^si-oft, school t-e-  bpenshgbn Tuesday.     *"-'      ''���������-s   7'"  "-r.*  visi^  A. 6. 8trudwfck& is ���������*������ busisess  tor at CJreston this week. - .  Mias Polly Andrbioff wwas at Creston  for the weekends . *...  * 'A      ���������  The Christmas entertainment . put  on by.Mies Hobden was agreatsuc-  cess.  Clifford iroisy is renewing acqaiain-  tances in Kitchener at present.  now -em-  home -for the  Miss Edith Geroux, who Is  was  ployed at* Fernie,  Christmas vacation.  aiiioh&nar  John Nelson spent the holidays on  a visit with relatives at Hyan.  Mr, atnd Mrs. Nelson and Harold  Bfusnt the weekend at Ityno.  Miss Edith Nelson was .a viuitor  with Mae. Battmy at Yahk for the  holiday aeason.  MIhb Mild a Id Andeon, who attends  high sohool at OraianbtooU, spent tho  holidays at her homo here.  ittaotiiirti Moi*������ki|M'i>!i' ���������������**/������;������*' j.s.u *.ot.������-.iiyfl  on n visit with falendw at Cranbrook.  Minn Olga Hanson, who is *.\m at-  O. Senesael was a holiday season  vif-lLor with Creston friends. M. Sene-  snel was calling on Creston friends at  tha weekend. . ���������   .   y  B. Johnson received very > pleasing  yuletlde greetings in the Bhaape. of  radiograms from his mother and  sister re������!dent*ai in Hw*den. -. -'  ome Acres'  /%. CoiBieoy in  Three Acts  will be presented by the  COMMUNITY  PLAYERS  Grand Theatre  Ca  on  WFI1    ���������InN   11  at EIGHT p.m.  ^Sb  ADULTS  ...:,    50c.  CHILBREN  25c.  KESB&VE SEATS   7fw.  Plan at Drugstore.  MM TITE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.    0*  :M  V  BAKE YOUR OWN  BREAD  WITH  Some Tips For Inventor's  Few Of Thiaags Needed Are Included  .������        p In List  - . JSTew challenge a, tOiinve^tly^ genius  are;?:the?_Iat|st ���������%tr^rv-ii||^^|:'vVt^at,s  Wanted'^.,ppbk: ix&i^aine^fb^-the ?En-  stitute ox^PatQn������t^ii||,in.;i|Lo?^ii5in," ��������� in  which sugg-estions for needed Inventions submitted by -the- publttv far������  filed. -'-aa-.^aP-:'   ' v:  An unbreakable shoe lace, a me-  chahical bricklayer, a ^ f61cilng; iiita-  /���������brella that can b& carried In thepoek-  et--these are soaaao of the devices laymen wank -Particularly in detnand are  inventions that will ixaake a dwelling  more comfortably to live In, an cl ease  the housewife's tasks. These are  some oftlieni:"���������'��������� ���������  I  Erg.  ocu e:sj������tr=rtj: tui" =jj2be.e-o-ej=P. -^*ii*.awf*������������**si3->������������w������-������^7-7 ��������� ���������rr���������'���������'  Ippansr ffovae.   p������ia*b  d tuoae m%poam.  t. Pooatrjr .**. ,  Sold In tiro BUM at  pmmM  j ������tij thSsa������*j>oi .--v.  '<& am  ?ap  &&  him*.  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  JANUARY 8.  JESUS AND   CHE SICK  ' JLorigefiiy -lOf, Gera*as.  Fount! Alive laind Deaially After *K������ia;ag  f::Sn' S|eaje$..,T������ibe'5J6 years,,;? .-'-y'  Experimentscarried   out    by   Sir  William Simpson, the expert on trop*  ical tUscftses, to test UxtAon^vity,.oi;  germs, have litid Teaharkable results.  Vacuum cleaners ������or the chimneys^j Twenty-sixyears   ago    Sir    William  ������ :V?y.*0 Prevent water an house  placcd Sil a +C3t tube some germs tak\  from freezing'.  i    -^Apparatus to remove deadly carbon  \ monpxide ancl unwanted e'arfeen dioxide g-as from living room. air.  Another machine to fill the 'air. with  healtb-giving- oxygen at low cost.  Windows of unbreakable, clear ficx-  A means   of ".cleaning:' windows  by..  ! maetuaiei-y. V   f V * ['  A better way of fastening' carpets I  UianiSy the use.of taclts. 1  JNoxt-sIippery floor polish, j  Permanent paiait for gas-stoves.       j  A  way  to-"uncork "bottles  wit.hoaat j  i en from a South African "patient who  .. :���������: GoldoHt;. T&xt:"', ��������� 'Ke^oatU ? done. S all  things wgllj^flaB maketii even the deaf  to^hear^nnalV tha? da$nb ��������� to sneak."4��������� J  >3&a������:t?37r     'A- ^'PpPy.       -."������������������'��������� P ���������f--.;1  ���������':. ������������������; I-esson: .Marlt-:iai-45';?;''"'V':'''l''"--''^--'?':"*-'?- P":~  ��������� povpUpnal Reading: Psalm iOS.1-8.  SMgrismntion*4. und Coinmami**yV ���������  Ii.V Tho Authority Of Josiia ?A;s a  Teachea?; ...verses-.'i-2i'?P:22i--^ln-hJS&&  Testament.-' times sacrifices iypare offered osily in the temple at .1 erusalbiri,  *bttt every town and yiiltiaje-'-'h^Qv' its  ���������synagogue" for vvroBshipf an institution  -which evidently had Jt3 origiai' dtarirag,.  the Babyioxaian captivity. On, a certain]  Saiibbath ? day Jesus ��������� taught vin;? the  synagogue at Capevnaum -ibuilt by  the centurion .jjvho-ae.; ifaith^ Jesus coaaa-  mended, fx^uke 7).? f In. the /syxiagogyue  was  suffering froan one of tho. moWcf''gW^tpeftJIS ^&' ^*  deadly ot tropical diseases.  The taal>e |read^rop. ^e ju^^peiitateuch)Vand  another bxae from'tlie Prophets. It was,.  customary: for tliff chief ruliSr of the*  ���������synagogue;  who had  chai-ge   of' the  ,, ,tj,t,   ���������i:,.n .,4���������ri iservices, -to ask a distiaijjuish^d visitor  the germs were sitll: nhvo ^'^ i to read-W explairiVUie^lessonsVtJppn  this occasion fhe called upon Jesus for  this servieeV '"'-���������'-.'  ;'; '''"'':"'  ^'ifb, >3^    " W*,**"*-VjJVnSwOOp^ - oM������i>'a������Ma> aJt7**N*a>'i  li^^^-'^y"^il^!^%Hi*^^^^^  :.ig^t-,-VS!V,s!'|^������>T,a? 9g*������f5������-^4'^'^*t-7.Sr ���������  -     ���������'     *-'-������������������ -.* *v,^ "v(p   ���������y*A<':-'t-vs.v.-������-. ^-. :���������������_���������*���������.������������������-- ���������<-   ;���������������������������  l^odtiction  oi" automobiles in  Can--"  ciCs.^ dsia*tT^i^ T^Jov cTtil^y-*** ������a*u-ct"ii?s!*ed ^> OXT  cars. This output was -the- lowest  for1; destroysng* the corks by a cork-screw  any 121031th this year. \ ���������  -____^___  The   Canadian ��������������������������� Goverraaacnt :   wiitf-.w^~.���������wwuv^,/  ^scek authority at  the coming: session ��������� J WlHUlltlii? Ffl  of parlianxent for the purchase of-tw**o ;��������� J  neAv fmodefn." destroyers to be dcliver-  ���������was sealed.  RecehUy. Sir WUliam    opeaaed    the  test tube. He was astonished Lb find  Lhat  as deadly as ever., ,  ���������- A gaiinca ������������������pig...which vs-as inoculated  I witii them died soon afterwards.  I The only food the germs laad ?dur-  i iiag their long* imprisonment AVas a  I kind 6f jelly called "Agar," whicfi'  ! was   put  in   the   test   tuhc   with   tlie  gea-ins 20 years ago.  ������ ~      For Both House and Stable.��������� There  is  a good  deal of  pimii  As the / congregation    listened    to  Jesus tliey were aniaaed at* his tea citing, for he taught them as one havtngf  ���������authority, aaad not as the scribes. The  scribes constantly cited    some ' well-  : knowii  rabhi 'as   authoa-ity  for? tlieir  I teaching; .Tesus said, '"Verily verily, I j  say unto, thee,   'We speak tha.t; which  we know,. and bear; witness  of that  ed within three years.       "V  The, re<l *Sasr of ."?Sviet Russia was  lowered on the. fo**mee . Soviet cor������.������u--  late at'-Shanghai,-Dec] 24. and Sovio-t  activities in "Nationalist Ciiina ,ende*i,  ofQcially.  Direct all-Canada telephone coin  munication will t>e established oe-  tween Vancouver and Calgary next  spring by the British}. Columbia Telephone .Company and liie Aiberta.Gov-  crnment sj-stem. J  At leasM,000,001) in" the.produce of  Shantung and port of Cbihli aa-e facing  extreme   famine,  which f must be  expected to- become  more  severe  as j  winter progresses, a- committee of observers report. ... ���������'-"���������'"';  A statement has been teceived from *  Wasliuigton. D.C.,    tbat    tlie   TJn'lted i  States patent oiB.ce has issued a pa-!  . tent to James Fleming, of Mountain- [  side, .Man., for a new type of-road ma-'-.  i.'lai.no.                                    .   ��������� , . <  Woman's Wisdom  Kingston, Ont.���������"Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptioai is such a great', help to  nature in motlaer-  laood, I marvel that  every  prospective  ��������� aaiothcr docs not take  at. 1 had two children  before   I* knew that  there   was    such   a  "Clonic. My former ex-  1 1        pcriences caused ine  j f      drca<l.    By chance I  l      ���������  al    ��������� a*ead that Dr. I'icrce's  Stunrt Br*>t\-:i Favorite Prescription quieted the nerves and streiagthened  tlae body of the expectant mother and I  proved that statement to he^tn  Maul OJzaap.ti'ativcaj" iiu nllffcrtlig  cally   speaking,   betweea .human   be-  fi ings and tho lower aiatimals. Both are  ������ \ subject to jnany ailments arising froan  I j inflammation   and  to   all  manner  p������  I i cuts*    and     bruises.       Br. , .Thomas',  ; Eclectric   Oil  is   an ���������entirely  reliable  remedy for such  ailments   and  mishaps iai botbr human beings and tbe  lower, orders of animals... y.  liable.���������-There j which we have seen,'!  ^ohia 3 Jl. As  iai-ity,  pbysi- j hag, been well said, there Avasfio ''per-  Wiaen the Worm Turaxcd  Judge-���������"Why do you    want    a   di  vorce?.'"'��������� .'���������?   * '���������:'-...     .'"_���������  Fair PiaintijEE'~-"My. husband is a  fiend^n human-form. He thinks raotb-  ing of knocking me down or pushing  me down stairs. He often throws boiling water ori me, threw me put of the  window twice, arid onec��������� -Judge, I can  stand; other'"things,, but not this���������once  Khe'y wiped his "hands on    one    ofi " niy  \ guest tbwels.'V    '." *'" .  V 2ani-Buk pjovides an ever-  redely and reliable first-aid for V  injuries.    It' isT als(K������iieqtialIed v.  , as a sobthiiigri '��������� sp������2edy remedy ?V;  ":fbr "6bstifiaiwf?^dy!deep-sfea!ted?^';  . skin 'disease^ pt/lsuntcd; wpunds,  ���������yulcef is,; pile^,? etcfi^ ;������������������''; ?��������� ':-'::".P^P<']:'P'.  'within every boas? of Zam-Buk ere''���������*?���������'"  stored -ihe"' most? valuable^ healing, ��������� P  sootjijgg., anay *������*dsepti^-V^properties >,.;  known to Science, fits unique,herbal,  cdrtvpositada' aiad its **absolute ffrwdbrra 1;  froan' animal fats -anai^ mineral; drtigi ��������� ?  ���������: make ��������� Zam-Btuk" the .safest and bestPv  dressing for skin, troubles of all kinds.;  t    Qet -,.a ������0<k&ox^,pfS this  grcmi- herbal :  healer  fironi'your-druggist or dealer'- '  io-ddy. or'cfsh Z&m-BUhCoA, X&rohtd;  y     tantitU.FREE TQTAb &AMP&1&1.  phaps" iri the teaching* of ���������Jesus;;: Recall1  'the phrase often repeated In'the'-Serr  rnon on the Mount, VI say unto you."  The highest-praise for a scribe w*as  that he reseinbled .^^etneiited cistern  which, lost no drop'-oft;water put into  it. He was bound riever to t each otherwise, than .as he -had been taught.  Christ as a .teacher was not a cistern,  but a spring, ? clear, abundant arid  perenniaiy ; ��������� v  ("Men crave to know; they want?|  certitude* they long to be sura.' And  to them Christ'-presents Himself as  the Traath, God's -Everlasting'"iTea-, the  answer toyaill tb.eir questioaiug.".-.-���������J.  D. Jones. .        '  mSmmmm  Whether-the corn be of old or new  growtbr it mast yield to���������rlolloway's  Corn Remover.  Farmers Lose Money  V  f^he Destructican? OI Wolves  ; As^Va res-ult of Vthe  efforts Of tlfe P;  isTdlcth^ West .Territories^ "nrid" "Yukon ^  Branch of the Departrheaat of the Ih-1  teribr, Canada,* 680 wolve^ were des- J  troyed durin*** life last recorded, fiscal year by natives aud white nien.  tX^.**** *? '.."'���������  UO���������KJaVSt? "���������  ���������; Rub throat and chest "thoroughly with? Miiiard's f SLini-  ��������� atnent.    Quick relief assured.  Would  . Foi* -Rheumatic'' IPaffns.���������The pains  and aches of Sciatica aud- Rheumatism should be treated with Dr.  Thomas'- EclectricgDilr "��������� The soothing  and healing properties of this famous remedy have been demonstrated  for fifty years.^-1Jse .ijt, ;ajk������,o'fefor in-  flaanmatory- ajaains, ��������� dtita;^ Scratches,  j bruises and sprains, either inhuman  beings or the lower animals.  -  ���������A  Daytime   FracU   Of  Dsstinetioia  The disc riTrvina Ling.. miss or sm.all  woman wall find thij*1 an unusually  r-mart and becoming frock. Of spe-  cia*l interefst is the rever, which may  be of matching or contrasting material, aiad the set-in pocket plaoed*.nt  tho upper  left, and lower right side.  Better ' Handling sO������   Cream  Reduce iVdsses  Saskatfihewan farmers lost considerably more th.an,^$50,000 during the  year" ended October 31 as a result of  creanx being graded down for Various  causes,  according to Percy E. Reed,J    The Jordan has been accounted-the  dairy    commissioner    for    Saskatch- Jmost crooked  stream  in  the  world.  Tailor For Indians  When Lo, the poor Indian, .wants  a stylish war bonnet or a fancy beaded vest, the chances are tha-l he'll  buy them froan a white man. Robert  F. Backus, of Florence, Cal., who  makes a hobby of fashioning Indian*'  ������v w. *..������ w������,������^ ~...v  . .Th^&irt haa two box-plaits "in* front  I that statement to be traae, also I , and is joined to the oodlce. while tho  ono  plfi<i������,  ewaaa, broadcasting a lecture under  the auspices of the Saskatchewan  Farxner Radio Farm School.  Better handling methods wo.ukl  have saved a good deal of this loss,  Mr. Reed declared. During the period  under review there were 83,093 cans  of cream graded No. 2 or ''off" because of high acidity or the presence  of other, undesirable foreign flavors.  garments, has filled hundreds of or  dcrs from various western tribes. Last j This, however, only provided for 18.5  But it cannot compare with White  River, Arkansas, which, travels 1,200  miles in traversing a-distance ������f P>0  niilesl      .. .'���������.,-       .-������������������.-..,���������  summer he supplied the materials for  the headdress which was presented to  President Cooliclge in tho Black Hills.  It was valued at $2,000.  not lose any of my strength or vitality, i rale eves havo shaped cuffs ta-hnmect  ?vlv baby is now 2 yeans old and weighs i with baattoais. No. 1G������9 is in fJi'.es HG,  SO'lbs., as the picture of health."���������Mrs. ' J.S and 20 years. Size 18 (.30 bust) rc-  and   the   long I  --..,_.    ������., ..*< ������ ,���������:.: 4.  '-fn   ta'hnmed ' "JL'no ���������Mk*u,S' "* A"-uu���������.������..���������������*. tS ���������*������ ���������^������j.������..j.������...������  I  Olive Brown, 12 IMnrldand St,  , Laqaaad.ortnhlutsat the Unig store.   ,  Write-Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., for  frce-incdical advice.  ! qaaiacea 3���������'};'���������. yards 30-Jaich or 2\\ yards  i r>l-inch mateiiiil. If. the r������vcr ia made  j of coratrasting material, \S%. yard acldl-  ' tional ���������"tO-'iuYh (cut crosswise") ia re-  ! quired. Price 20 cents tlie pattern.  Maiay styles of umart appeal m^y  be found in our new Fashloai Book.  Our designers originate their patterns in tlio heart ot the 'stylo centres and their croatioaas are those of  tested popularity, brought within the  ��������� , . , ,���������, ! means of the nvora-go woman. Price  vatmg for a aiow hot.']. The caverns j of the iioolc 10 cents the copy.  oaace were Moan'    (|iinri'l<>.'3    and    the \    oponingH long wince haVo been niied1, Hov/To Order Patterns  aap.  Tbe   new   hotel   will   uhu   oaao   of',    Taanaw-ls t'ruler I'aris  the hci'K'of I'aris aro mys-  long f('������i--  uaxlil  the  t .'ai'.iei'  : criotas caverns and tianaiel.-.  .-jutten  even   by  historians.  h'Iipl- tiny,v.'hoaa work mem wero iiNca-  When building a grandstand engineers must make allowance- for "the  weight of exeiteaneajt" or the additional strain given wlien excited spectators jump up and ciowra.   ���������  Tho greater the difficulty the more  glory there is hi surmouivUng it.  per cent, of the total output, the re  maining 86.5 por cent, grading -No. 1  or better.  Of tbe total amount graded down  15.G per cent,, or 12,944 cans, was paat  down because of bad flavors in the  cream arid French weed, or ������tink  weed aa it is more popularly knbwn,  was largely responsible for this.  Help Wanted  FEMALE  Wanted.  Ladles anywhere, to address  fold and mall circulars nt home.  Enclose stamp for particulars.  HOME   MANFG.   CO.,   TORONTO   3.  A-l OFFER  TO  INVENTORS.     SEND  foa' cur freo list ot InvgaUIona wanaed.  and free advice.  Tho Ramsey Company. International Patent Attorney*. "Ti  Yas*r.r  *������    **������������������������������     a^va.M.  Iliem  for its  wiaie celbaa*.  Address���������WJnnlpoB NoAVfipaaper Onion1.  ISO   MuDojaaaot  Ave,  Wlnralpoic  PaLttorii   No..  Siao..U....  < * * * * *���������*  H 'r  The Hi est Laxaiavaii:  He Ever Trieil  ?S.a Wan, JV.viii.t, New York, writes:  "N^\cr ltiiv������? i frit l>eta<*r iaa nay life,  "vf/iii- purely vrnemble I.nxnlSvfs J'illrv-  I.������������������������������������'*���������> a������vlvav\*������rli������ nriiu������-; lioaaku-hefa naad  in'!j;:<- wli.n nrwr linllifr afta** now, I <*n-  .I'jv iiiy' Mlt-cp titKl -.rcl upn'frcs.hcd.with  it ciynr heutl rciidy for n clay"* work."'  CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS  if ij.t a.i. ���������'la-i.tr-ijinU Hin: aaad ?i������ca-c<< pkun.  ' Town  * *-������ .^,.,  1 ������^.<* . . mt.  X'ook   .\o   iJflUUCU-a)  VV.at.-aa King Ftiad, of Egypt, vlniLed  Kuropc recently, ho brought a largo  rotlnuo of household ofllclala. Among  therai wero a chamberlain, a food ltu-t~  er, at chemist for nnalyziiig the food,  11 barber, 11 valet, and three baatlor/i.  1*  171*  A ������Mirpy> <if 5*1,000,000 f<f-ni of Mprn.-c  hnnber wan rer.cutly pent froia-a Uaan-  hUi. \o Ila.a>ivo.H Ali'es,  Argtvaafliaa.  1  tESSON No, 10  Question : Why, do  growing children, particularly girls, need emulsified cod-liver oil?  Answer: Growing children, and particularly girls,  \ *������c-d vilfimin-irich nourishment to help them  through critical stages oi  extreme tax on tlieir  strength.  Pleasantly flavor**!, easy lo  take, children lik������  W!flrP*   FMIIICIIIM  IMMMMWUMA  m0mm mmmmn  Mauiy mothers havo i*easoai to bless  Mother Graves' Worm Kxtermlnator,  because It has relieved tho little oneH  of suffering riaad anacio theni lieallhy.  Credit Goes To Egyptians  Solved "TroMeaia Of Majasiariaaiy lUntla'ri  ' Sairfaico In 1800 U.G.  Russian uclentists have ;<a*at <;oaiT-.  pletccl tbo study of what ia said to  he ouc of'the "most romarUablo l^ryp-  tian parchments in history.  Tbo parchmeaat hsia been decided  alter yonva of painstakinfj- labor by  ProfesHors B. 13. Turaleff and fsturvo,  .noted oraeajtalist.4. The doeiaaueait iH  Haiti to shed 5iow light on the mathc-  matieul studies of tho finoieaat Kgyp-  tlaaa.s, efltabllinbiaafi: the earth's niarface  i\u yell ai.s the filobc waa.K Holved by  the Ejuyjrtiana iaa 1.800 D.C, wboveaa  the solution of thlaa problem heretofore haa bceiiUtta-ibuted to Aehimodosa,  wlao laved in t������:- third cuiiUii-y, n.C  Roma peoplo nialco a ������peeialty of  oxchanglng their l>a*asH for otlioa' jaeo-  ple'w jf old.  I^'or froHthlte* *aa������e Miaasaa'rt'.H 'l.laalnai-aii.  Miaan ihtna half this peat>r>d.-j Iri thts  woii<l live in Anin, oa Iohh than oaie-  \ font th of the earth'.4! aaaa^tu.-t.:.  Sorema Remedies Get Results  Soi*&ma Olaitanont penetrate!* Inner lafjcr.s  of tho ������lcln. reaching* pca-ms of all fcklii  tllsoasos. Honco its arratlfylnt? a*osult.aj iai  Kczomai. FBoaiaslh,  etc.:   I'rlce. $1.  Soretna Blood Alteraftlvo Tnbl������ts, po>v-  orful, olT������ctlvca, non-purisatlvo i>loo<l juari-  tltirfl. Price 75e for IC-daay trciitana-aat.  Horoi-na I^td.. -Dopt. rAll-t.  WinnlpcK.  s\.y-  \  COHftTIPATION '.   DCAFNES9  ARTHRITIft       KIDNEY DlaStCASCS  Havo B������t>������ir*''ruy Nraalurml McahiHi*        '  Cursd  I.R������oularM.D.a Itv4llt������ai-laine������  TILDttN HKALTH SOIIOOl.  33 a I   W. ftlHWIIWft ������KNVm,C0l0t'  Dr. Arthur V<ia.A.n.,M.O.,r**r*a..  Wrili l*r rnatl Ut������r*tur������  A  BROKEN   DOWN  SVSTBDM.  TIiIb In a oonillalon (or dlnraaata to wliloh doctoral  give many name*, bitt wbich tern of thaunraally  ������n<l^rn(Aail. ttin������implv\vnaa<tlei������.ulireitaiclo<r������ii.���������  ������������������ It wire, olitio vlt������a ioict* tli.vi autiailaaiboayv  tana.   Noanatierwhaianayt)������)la������cnaai������i(iheyar������  ���������Iniom inumberlcai). Its <j|yiia|->a������niaMr������ much tlaa  a������mo; that mora pcoaiilneiit being tl*������p1������Bianaa*.'  ������enn������ of proatraMlar. or weortnect. dftprcta>lon of  utplrll* and wana of aaaetjsy for iuI Ilae ordinary :  ���������Iralrtnflira. Now.vvliiitalannl*naiaoliiafilyenifn-  tlal In m\l nuclicn������e������lij|<ic*ert������e<lvu.������luy���������viVour,'  arlaaa atranjrtb and etienry it������ ahrow off tairt-a  tn or 1������I<1 fAetlngn. and as ailght tuceeiida (lie duv ���������  .ail.tnay beanoreenrialnly ������<*eurod ItyacoutAn nf  THE NEW FRENCH HICMKrHY.  ���������**"���������_��������� ���������"������������������"?* Ja\ BTHa-1 tf% *a\l  Ma   ."5b  TlTM^P^'C|iR^|ffB)lw  1-Wfl   Sm  lliMtuy may oilier kaiowrtKioirioliiailon. Soaua uly  *. 11 Irt a taken an ������c(KJtd*iico wttli the dircxi'cni ao-  coaiin'.iiyliiKlt.wlltihaftlaaiaeredlii-alibberettorr.l  THE KXPIRINQ LAMP OF I.IFK  I LIOHTCO UP APRE8H;  aautt4an������������t������wUia>>no*lMpariedliai)lacfaofwb������ahaa<l  ���������������.U<alyae������m*i]wroria'Otit.ia������������ilun,aaidvahictrai������.  TbliwoiiderfitlrnP.d|cain<nl l������ iia(iablftforo11*������������-i  ������u������aftaitnlIont andcotv(ll(lnn������,ln rl ilirr ������������i ��������� and It  Is rilfflcull to lin������i'lne it tllarai* or deraoetmrm  v������ho������������i inulat louiwit) ita webUnecii. ajiat witl tint  h* speedily and pernunanlly ov4-reom������ by ibis  r������cnpr,r*llveati������a.nc*ji.������������hlrhl������diMnlnadaoeaaUnln  ������Mi;i������iwM*v..t.a..:;������i; tt..: S^i-Jyr.-rB'tr'.Mi ^iMi  wMM-KpreadHnuimerourtnUiiiofniiinknallaatrnlv  , fiUlJbr l������������.lli>|l<*hin.l������t������.nrr������llli������r N������ r.mru >r������ll|r.i!.  ,$5HUl*������i������tii,4, KeJ.Ca.Uai at**.*��������������� KB.N.W.*>. t ������* tm  y  V **'  TElE    EEyiEW,    CK.FJSTOX,    B.    C. .  ���������������*"  i. ^^  V  IK  ForT������*o������ja������9  due to j&������������*  <NOaGESTION^  ACID STOpWC- ���������  HEADACHE '  6AS3S**NA05EA  TOxeesg acid isVthc common cause of  indigestion., it results ��������� in pain aau  sourness about two hours after- eating".  The quick- Corrective "* is an alkali  which neutralizes acid.   The best cor-  times itSc.yolume %n acid. It is Harmless-, and" tasteless and its action is  quick. You will, never rely on ciaide  methods, never ' continue to suffer,  when you learn how quickly, how'  pleasantly this premier method acts.  rective is Phillips' Milk of Magnesia. | Please let it show you���������now.  li baa .remained standard with phy&i--        ���������  elans" in the '50 years since its inven-  t ioai^    , - f      *"        '��������� ;,  tjfie  spoonful  of .Phillips7  Milk   of  Magnesia neutralizes, instantly many  uu a 're ct* g~w wie genuine Phillips'  Milk of Magnesia, prescribed by physicians, for 50 years in correcting- excess acids.'Each  directions���������any drugstore.  <r  PAINTED FIRES  BY NELLIE L~ McGLUNG  COPYRIGHT, CAM ADA,  1925  XV,-  ;*������S       _���������������! it^>  ��������� ycantixmeay  The--men .sgaspedVVVV*^^',' Jselr  gDoran "the queer divLlf'to asfc a."girt  y right out before eyer^oaie.y.:&;;.v.-,-S; ;,yv-y- ���������  ."Will yoai marry nt-*, Helmi; - to-  * day?'" heVa-'epeated. . ' ' * y .  ���������;.���������.��������������������������� ? .���������Helird.y:simplyy^rto<Medy';;:.;':';. .yyV?'?-'?  y|     A shout of applause broke iroasa. the  men,   in  which   Bil  I^arsera   did  not  fthe 'sun-nurst'"'"^^^!!'"Jack had e|i*en  lier at'';fi^lstafis^. ?fjV--; ;';?V yfVV'y  '���������?��������� Mrs.?'M6Maimf%ras: horriiied! at Xhei  thought  of Helmi   being: married   in  black.    'X ain't ^^  she  saidi  "but- you know -the- -savin'  'Married .   in    black,,1* wish.     youself  back^"*'"'^^"'" ^^���������-'^���������������������������^���������-���������^���������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������������'   "���������������������������:��������� ������������������*  Helmi. laughed���������her    little   world  she    hardly  as she turned and lookod into his. "I-  am- not af raid,-" she said.  Thoy went" first to the posfcoilice-to  get tbe license.'' An elderly man, with  a Ion;* beard, failed an the xorrn which,  gave JoSn V*7&rd Doran, and Ilelmi  Milandot the right to be joined in the  -ijqnoa of wedlock. For this the sum  of five dollars had to be paid.  '- They asked for the Methodist minister, but found there was none. The  Anglican minister was away, but the  postmaster said the^-aayistrate would  be su^e to he at hoifae and he g-ave  them directions to. find his house.  It "stood .by itself, inside a broken  picket-fence/a dishevelled, untidy Utile house," plainly occupied by a man  alone. There were no curtains, and  the blinds hung crooked, with torn  edges: the "steps leading- to "ihe screen-  ed-in-verandali were broken, and tb,e  ���������M*������4 ������.rt   ttet^-ttAAflS-iVtrV     *������������������������"<���������������������!������     ItTtlanraU**!      UCM     *5 P    ���������Pf*\/">t' ���������  v* ���������*.>.*_>    *ft\s*.\ji*m*>m.*^     -������*a- m+r*m    WMii-jj-w*.*    a***^     m*.    *.-^-w *���������  ball games were often played inside."  "This looks -like, a, rough house,"  said Jack, as they approached; "but  never mind; Helmi, we'll get married  all over again -when we go to redmon-  ton, and in the biggest church there,  with stained glass windows; and we'll  have a car full of-flowers, and bridesmaids ancl wedding-cake, and 'L.ere  comes tHe bride," and everything. BU.t  in the meantime, if this old boy |ts  sober, w^ will get enough of the law  orn our side to go on. with.*' ��������� ��������� ' y  The magistrate, J.V55dgei*to'ii :33Iaefc-  wood, late'of Stoke-Pogefs, opened "the  door. His manner registered deep annoyance, his appearance saigg-ested  fatigue.   A soiled collirV^eld only f>y  they're too damned independent lo do  a day's worts Since the miners opened.  I would like to see them slowly starving and freezing ' to "death. Dananea  foreigners that "they arc, who ���������ne%*er  sfcould have been let come into a white  man's country, anyway.^Bohunks and  2*"im,<:  (To Be Continued. >  <#.  | join. -He suddenly hated Mrs. McMann  was P^^S with    joy;  ���������-'���������'- -    ���������    -    ' '-    - - -   ��������� heard Mrs. McMann'3 doleful predic-  '   "     " bright  "he'd in ark  for her interfering ways;  ajicc hash of things.  Mrs. McMann's face p;rc\v dark;  Mho bad been beaten, light here in ber  own bouse. Worse a till, ebe stood to  lose  ihe  best girl  sbe he  ever bad.  |f. .Tack Doran, with bis big.feelin* ways,  ?V woiald never let h.i#Hvi!:e sling- hash to  |V miners. Mrs. McMann caught her  ij breath on tbe iaUake. ��������� -  ||      "Well, at least you might bave giv-  ff eai xxz a little warning. What's all tbe  H rush about, I'd like to know.-It don't  |V look well���������that's all I have to say."  it    MrsffMcMann;resented youth!-more  ! tions. The mountains ' were  with sunshine, the ice had gone out  of the river, tbe world was very fair.  "Jack Doran is only a boy," said  Mrs. McMann, "and I bplicve he asked you. right out like tbat hopin' you'd  refuse him, Helmy."  Helmi's eyes were I'ools of rapture.  'JI fooled him���������didn't I? that Jack  Doran? He'll know better next time  tban ask a Finn girl!"  the back stud;-flared-.-jauntily- fronvhia  neck,?,and  the conditio Kis sbirt  gave  evidenceJ^at  titere  hail' been  some disappointment over    his    la������?t  week's laundry. Tufts of   hair,    iiife  small brushes, grew, out cf his ejaj^s;  his eyes were    bloodshot,    has    voice  hoarse.   Indeed, Mr. Blackwood loq-lt^  ed and felt mueh like a dog that has  barked all night. Vt  "What the h��������� do  you want?" He  ^ ^ -----'  asked, when he opened the door. The  words, though ungracious, were ppbft-  en in the well modulated tone of .tlie  cultured Englishman���������the voice that  one  hears "In  the  most remote   and  most unexpected corners of the earth.  Wireless Beacons For 'Planes  Machine Will Indicate CJourse By  . StrengthAOf Signals  Wireless lighthotisesf or beacons,  have been erected by Trinity House  round the British coast to assist vessels in taking bearings" .in. foggy  weather, but the United States is  showing the way with*an ambitious  system of wireless beacons to assist  aircraft.   ���������������������  There are in *ke United _ States  twelve private aviation companies  who ^ave flown 766 251 miles m the  last three monies, regularly transporting ��������� mails and passengers over  8,000 miles of air routes. It is piached  to establish a network of wireless*  beacons at intervals, of 200 miles  along these airways. .   -  Tbe directive properties of the  frame aeriaj will'be-employed and tbe  transmitter' will have V two aerial3  erected- at right-angles ���������: to; eaeh other,  each radiating.-signiils "in tbe direction .in which it points.  An aeroplane flying- along a lane of  equal distance-between two transmit-  ters@vilb receive audible .sig*nals of  equal strengtlifrom each transmitter,  bait wheiL turning-in its course to left  orSight it receives one si.ijnal of  ���������grtiiater- intensity -than tbeotber. ;  P Theste' signals?can be received^ on  an ordinary recfeiv'ing* :set, no special  directioh%nding T apparatus- ; being  necessary? The aerophime will therefore "ridfe on a?slender ray of directed  wireless:" .   .������������������''���������''   V.   '?f--''?'       ?.-^  Even so, ���������"Ij'*ather:~for so it seemetl  good in Thy sight."���������Matthew xi.- 20.  For naught can come as naug-lit lis lb  But,what any Father hath foreseen.  "And what shall work my good;  Whate'er He gives mp- T will take,  Whate'er He chooses I will make  My choice with "thankful mood.  ���������Paul FJ-eroming.  If God gives us much, we are  bound to be thankful and use it for  Him. If Trip gives us but little, V/e ate  bound to be content and cheerfully to  enjoy Him in it.���������Matthew Henry.  LWAYS DANGER*  If Not Corrected Serious Results  Sure To Follow  ' a" ���������'��������� rtr ��������� jt j ar? ^���������^ T?:���������--  f-V.O.  In no trouble is 'delay neglected  moare dangerous than in anaemia ��������� -  thin, watery- blood. It is very coanmon  in young girlSr and; in persons who are  ovearworked or confined within doors.  It rnakes.itjs'.approach, in: so stealthy  a manner that it is o>ften; well developed-before the trouble is recognizee*-  ? But taken tn time-the tonic treatment through the use of t ?Dr. Williams' , Pink Pills, so "enriches the  blood ''iiitaat: good health arid stresagth  is speedily regained: 'Th^ correction  of anaeaiiic conditions, by y.Dr. i *Wil-  liarns' Pink Pills is as ? certain as? anything < can j be. Miss Teresa Heaf ey,  :: Dunraven, Quea, is: one^pf tlie "anany  [ anaeniic suiferers; -who has fourid new  i Jiekltb- through the Use of this^ ndedi-  Mrs.   McMaaan  loolted  at  her   and  sigbeel'.    Helmi was    too    happy    to i plying  yield to any discouraging suggestions.! Peace," b.e asked, in surprise.  -iv^fa-,!r>������ iaiMmoii  th* .>i��������������� nf fhfi       "I'm everything, damn it!  .jCnptaln   f Gordon  ;   Campbell.  -���������-Commanded.. f'^Mysiery.;  -:....;��������� -Ship" rHuringfWar,.:-'.'  .. ._.   iV     .   _.   It'is understood that Vthe    re-guia- \^rLei Sheysays:-^^!   cannot   yexpares3  Jack paused a moment before re-  1*^'-;-n������^^  me.    I .was  saiffering from  a; badly  run-dbwn condition? I was very ner-  || her ponclerous bulk, an^^a^,?loqk ing  % nt the boy and girl, so-cieatiirliibe?aQd  |i- -wholesome; who stood before her, she  |f felt she hated both..of tliem. Ihey  |f seemed to defy her; "craay young  i'| fools���������what ditl they know about life?  ������������ She hoped. ..."  Jl She blew ber breath'on laer lips as  Vk if they i\cedod to be cooled.  ������- "-   CHAPTER XVI.  .'4'.'  ���������-P Tbat afternoon Helmi and Jrck  ^|^drove to Bannerman, eight- mites  y; away, to find someone to marry them.  P Helmi wore the black silk dress wlitch  Jy s-bc had worn oai the tram with tho  iV.lace collar, faistoning the latter with  No tiling dimmed the glory of tbe  4^-4������r..^elmi_.-.imU'tfth-337 reached the  tbp?-<>f ^Me ^^i!%^MngVdown^at> tire-'.  littloi-^ovfml. pfe^^nt^naa^;. *������y'herp^,;a  huiddie of ;hbu^svv^re grbutied'&Tb-urM  the station. Then H^lrni suddenly  caught Jack's arm.  "Oh,'Jack, I no like:'- sbe said,  "look at the little houses- -ahey are  like cats going to spring I It is not  friendly."  Jack put his arm around her.  "Don't be frightened, Ii'eimi, nothing  can iaurt my Finn girl."  Are  you  a  Justioe   of tlie | shortly lop off froaaa active flist, of the  Royal Navy several welljknov^ cap  ry thing, damn it!  I keep  tiie pound,, am clea^k,iVof the township,.  ^io" boa^keep&g^fyrVthe stoa^ekeepcts  here, and-play poker. What can I ������|o  foa: yo-u-?^; -1; ' x y" :  "We want to    get   married," ~si|ld  Jack, smiling.    No one could qaVu-rel  with Jack Poran on this day of days.  He felt Hehni's hand tighten on has  arm, and noticed she was pale and  frightened,  but Jack: had no feeling  save pity for this dirty and dasgrun-  tled old man. '-si  .' "Come  in,"   said His  Worstaip, fat  Theee'T-wb Found ReKe������ hy'.  Taking Lydia E. Pinkham^s  Vegetable Compound    f  Aypr'a ��������� Cliff,- Quebec. ~-." I hnfa  been teachaniv for three -yours, and  nt the end, o������ thja*  yean* 1 always, feel  tired and have nq  appetite. I was  awful-sick each  moaa th.too.havinff  pains in my btick  until Hoianctimea I  waaa'oblged to ftl-op  workiaaq-. Afrlclm  r o comm e an do d  LydUE, PinH-,  haan'n "VJ^jjetftW^  ���������y,.,,,,,,,,.....,.:.,-,-.,-.^ Coanpound - to rtao  anal I laeaird many vifomen t/ollinK aiow  K<>od atwiaH ho I thouglat i b ^VoUld help  aaae. And-at did,, NowT taHft.Bix  bottles <ivery year nbrl rcoomanranil it  lo otlafir.'-!.'r -- DONAMJA I'ANTlQUJC.  Ayet'e CWtt, Quebec.  "Unable to Work"  (Ianniraff. Nova Scotua.���������"I had aa*-  a-ep-iilua- poraodn amd greuli tautluriaai*;  nt tlaoao ttinoM, tlae' paina caiuMaiarp:  voaaniting and fainting., l.wsw teaching; Hchoul nnd often for soma houro  I would bo unahln to attend to any  v.'oi-lt. Tht-oaagh nn advorttfiemetvfciax  t he piapex-a I know of l>ydta K. Piialc-  hatn'H \,oJj?etftJilo Comiwuirad, un<S It  lm������i been of fjrent benefit to me, thft  troulaloa beiiag eomplotoly relieved."  - T.A.iruA.1. F,A*ffiw, Canailnarr, KIuk'o  County, Nova Scotlu. ^      y  His eyes were tender when he look-Ucngth, "come-la and sit down" JIc  cd at her, bfct -Helml'a were fulL of left them to solve the problem or sitting down as best they might. Ev-fpy  chair carried its own burden of cJo|h-  ing, papers, cooking utensily, ond 6$h.-  er bric-a-brac. A   horse-collar   oecU-  W.  N.     17.     1714  tears. "It is a bad place, this," -���������she  said shivering, as -.Sho pointed down  into the valley; "it is faill of bad  words and bad thoughts for. us."  The river wound its wide blue ribbon below tliem, satiny and smooth,  with no" trace of'haste or ,un*e'flt., From  where: they stood ��������� they could see a  stnallor stream, ;.-vrhicii; coming ciovvn  a wooded ravine, poured its waters  into tho larger stream with a musical  murmurKwhich; camo^anftly to tbeir  eai*a. They had stopped their horsca  at the top of the hill,  The arrival at tho fateful spot and  the solemnity of their mission save  oloqiicncb to Jack's tongti^': "We do  not know each other very vycll, FEnn-  glrl," ho said, "but wo love en&h other,  and that's all that matt era. Now, lot  us got ono thing straight. Wo havo to  trust each'1 othor���������������������������that'a all there ia In  gettiaig married and making it go, I  lilted you, Holml,fi-om the llano 2 eeAv  ���������you fli'at, because yoti havo surTt a  alj^alght eye, I behove you-cro Bo'uaro,  and" I nwi too. I've iievor badrW gisl  but yoti. You aire iaot afraid jaJIW, are  yoaa Helml?M   ������������������.'.. ���������    '; ."  ���������' ��������� -'".  Holml wished sho could , tell hbn  uvcry thing in h6r past Hfe��������� J Hack  would understand���������but it wan so hard  Iia get ulways the right worda in Eng-  llsli.  Jnt'lt cs^t.lj-siacd; "We t\r<** Iik'v fawn  ;ati*oam*3, Helmi dear, that ^olat Uaero  and run togothar to Uio yeu. Wo arc  going to join, just ijlco that, aaad run  togothor till this way. Once V,"ai join  we cannot separata. It iai a long way  U������ tho t-csa, too, for un, and there s^ay  Ina rocks' and riipkba and rough water; but -we'll ahvayta hoi i:qunro,  Ilelmi. You cure not at raid, now, ii-tu  yon dottr?"  Ilolnil'rt -jsyua.weL'c auisty ,\vlth toarn,  tains who did distinguishe������3'?ie|ryice, in  -.tb-fe Great War., Among,,ttteser?it' is  reported, rwill lie Captain--j; Gordon  Campbell��������� the; famous Mystery Ship;  V.C. Captain Campbell was a lieutenant-commander in 1914..Before the  war ended he had become a captain,  V.C.; and a world-faria'ous figure.- The  Mystery Ship or. "Q" ship as it was  ofncially caUedKpractically originated  with-bim, and.his fights and aiarrow  escapeis with submarines - were frequent and most thrilling.'.,...,-<-'���������  The "QV ship \yas; ra fighting vessel  disguised to look like ay .tramp, aiid  carried a naval crew dressed in keeping * with the supposed character of  their'ship. Captain Campbell is credited with, having lost one ship in a  scrap with a submartno and having  pled one; a pair of rubber boota jan-' Jaeeh back at sea   in    another   ship  other, A square red stovo Ftood in the  middle <ojr the floor, its damper hanijr-  ing drunkeniy from one corner; ashes rfro'^h ItcJ end dooa: h'ad. dropped  down .arid wore tracked over the floor.  A tumbled bod, visible through the  open door of the room adjoining, gave  tbe impression that Mr. Blackwood  had hut recently left it. . .The table  in the room was full oC dirty dishes  rtnd"'empty bottles. .;;..'  *"���������-; Sometlrlng prompted iho f Mngls-  trato to. apologize.   '. ?.  *- "There's a flock of -.vomon here, but  hunting" U-boatfe before niglitfall.  Fruits On the.Prairies  Voui?, ^'ha"d:>'' little desire for f fodd,; and  would feel tired out at the least exertion. In-this condition I began takahg  br.1 Wlllaaaiig' ;Pin*fc Pills, arid before  lising1 tfieiri veary; c ibngr fbaind ���������r- my  bealtb ? gradually improving, ,.P- and  Under - their; .continued use was,- completely restored. ^ITor this reason ? I  earnestly advise all 'Weak grirls to  take tliese pills, feielihg sure: that tliey  will do for others' w*������at they did for  me."'' v--"*;   ���������������������������������������������-<.  V. ��������� .?.-,-  Send your Uame and address to The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  ville, ,Ont<,, and they will "mail you free  a usefail little book on "Biiildirafg "Up  Vna Blobd?'^ ; The pills can be dbtaiueti  through, any druggist or by mail at  30 cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  WAS SO NERVOUS  23B16B SHORT OF BWEAi t Ml  COULD HARDLY SLEEP  Mrs. Ijoaaisro BaRltxa, Qoldon ������.ako,  Ont., writes:���������"Por sovoral yct>a-������ I  \vaa gareatly troubled -avitli xaiy li^eart.  T was* bo iiervoim aaad Bliort of breath  I could hardly flleop at night, and it  I did sleep for a ivlailtJ I had' bad  IflrottTtaa, ;'  ,, tll n*(nnaa*cd to keep nt" my **avor!c,  ������t>ninh*Mv, laattil I bffgaai to havo Hizr.y  flpell������ which got bo bad I land to give  up. I aataeid a*naaiy kinds of naeailiciaie,  baat found nop help uutil I got ai box of  After tlao A*at box  1 found <\ (ji'a^'jaL  ^ cliange, nnd after  two boxes 1. WM  nit well na I eoiald  bo.  "I - told   my  mother,   wlio    had  choking itunnit-tu-iaaiY  about    Uieui-    and  lk������y l������������lpcd hue Rreatly. '*  '    5,\3o������> ^?r. r. 1-k r.t rl! *T������sz~������i������ *���������"*.  deatorat, r>r naullod direct on receipt of!  pilco by Tlan T. MlJbum Co., l.-h'.-H.-.l,  "foroaato, (Ml.  ���������Great Variety OH Home G;.ro\i*n FrnltH  , V Found On Prairlo Farms  Aai inspection of 3.S12 farms an the  provinces of Manitoba, SaSkatceluVan,  und  Albertta, naado  Iai 1927,  showed  that .3,-1.11  had good vegetable gardens;    1,258    wero    growing    saiitifl  fruits; 379 had   omameiatal   shrubs;  265 wero testing' standard apple trees  .  and 213 weare growing plume. Twenty.I'>  years sigo    the    number   of   prairie  farm's with   pretentious   flower    nnd  vegetable gardens was small aud;little  attempt was mtido   to   growl1 fi-Uits.  Now a great variety of hohxc-grown  fruits is common to the prairie farm  homo   menu,  while  vegetables   of   a  wide variety grow to perfection. For  two   yearn iia  saaecnsHlon   a Manitoba  farmer hna v/pn tlie cauliflower cbam-  plonahlp  at tho American, Vogotablo  <3 rower a AHfloclat'lon" aimual show.  V ? Saiioirs Preferred Jail ,  Sixteen ailors fa'oni India rebelled  against further service oai Uielr ship  when they learned' that it was going  to America. Arrested, tliey explained  that they feared tliey Wouid die from  tlie cold in America. So their sl!lp  left for Norfolk, Va��������� and they wont to  jail for a month.    ,  Mhiard's Liniment for sore throat  When a henpecked mtiu aeeH bia  wife terrified by a garden .worm, be  gets some idea of where bo stands iia  tho scale of creation.  A Scotch countryman eaitcred a  store with the view of purchasing  -something'for hi������ sweetheart, Tbo  u'lkyiuaxi. i*...������/v<*t������t.*..v<t am umbra/Hi*., a  pair of stockings or posftlbly "aoaaic-  thlng for her neck,"    "  "Tho very thing," voHpoaidcd- the  countryman,    '"A enko of noap."  Iaa oKcavatlnfif' the third wall of the  city of Juruuuleai a mtono ball aahot  fa-oaai a catapult duriiap; tho Urmaafa  H������lgo wiua found.'  i Miaiiarai\  IJailitu-iai (ne RhcuiaiailUi...  VERY HARD  LARGE PIMPLES  Hands, Cuticura Heals.  " My uoublc began with a few  pimples on my face aaid hands, and  hooi. BpreSuJ all over them. The  pim-plea were very hard), large and  red, .and festered and -acaletl ova.  They itched and toairne4 so that I  scratch**! theau, which caused eruptions. My face vjsm disfigured, and  I coukt nt������t put my hands tn Water  und coul4 h.ixdiy do my work.  "A afrlend advl*ed rata* to t^ry Ctul-  cur������ Soarap arad Olrattnent a������e> I pur-  chftted some, ������and In nabout two  monihtj I vymca completely henlotl."  (Signed) Mia a Jennie Duehtrrme,  181 Olrout St., Norwood, Man.  Cuucutai iikN������|vt OEntn-JKEU ������n<J  Tdilcaaian mc oil you need for ajvrry-  d������y toilet nnd ntir-aaery purpoaiea.  V.(Z%;   ���������Wmmhmm. tH.. lafaiitoaiu,- (tie*, Mo������>  \M*. aUtmuvuk ta iu������a taa*. T*l������������������������i 2fte.  imawinnn \,u^mmmmmm.^mmmm*mm0m*0mmm*mmmmm>^mmmi^m*0mmmmmmmmmmmimmmi THfccitESTdH  BEVXBW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  [seated every Friday at'  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  O. EV Hayks. Eni tojf nttu Owner.  -.\-t^^rfj-,rt\Jr.t^7  JO. \->.,   T.' Xaz.x*������a. jl ���������  T JS.-KT        ������  a, raj.-*.      \J  THE BOY .OF TODAY ���������THE  MAN OF TOMORROW  How the parents look forward to  the time when they first see "The  Boy," just a little bundle of humanity,  done up in a very much bigger bundle  of endless clothing, layer upon layer.  And in ail, an object ������f unceasing  care and watchfulness.  Mother thinks il a perfect treasure*  ^something to love- for e\er and ever.  Dad's feelings are maybe hard to  analyse. Glad? Why, certainly I  But possibly his first query, if not  actually expressed, is," **Is he straight  and strong, healthy and sound?"  For Dad realizes that here is one  more human starting out in life, and it  is to be hoped, absolutely unhandi-  capped by accident or the fault of  others.  Another man-to-be is on the scene  of this life's endeavors and should, aye,  and must, have a fair start.  Most often the first evidence of the  Boy's strength is the power and  clarity of tons starting clear from the  bottom of those tiny lungs which surely musi bursi if any greater noise is  made. It's disturbing power is always manifest ia the way is whicH  Dad lets somebody else, anybody else,  take the noisy little mate away, and  there is no lack of volunteers %bout  that time; beadesf Mother wants her  baby back again, anyway.  Time rolls on. The Boy  talks ��������� all sorts of thisgs happen &ad  possibly the features fill out in an even  stronger resemblance of "the parents*  own features. The little body so  carefully looked after strengthens and  grows until the Bey goes to s������hooL  Hitherto Mother and -.Dad have  been his sole authority for evtsrythan-g,  but now a new being cooties into his  and research  men  are mainly of the  younger men.  A case known tome is of a young  man. teaching schoo! a--few years ago  perfected himself at his work till he  found himself in receipt of an.income  big enough to pay income tax on, but  he did not have to pay, for he was not  yet of age.     ,  This is the age of the younger man,  New., ways, new thoughts, new discoveries, all tend to bring the younger  man into the spot light of fame.  The'^youngest of our Tuxis boys  here tonight has but a relatively short  space of ten or twelve years in which  walks.  ii ss~/pv������aiij>i��������� Xtst nun. to acuisvs gtre&t-  ness.' V-"  The elder ones have five years or  less in which to attain the same, if  greatness they want.  Once the prhnary classes are passed  the - future is largely: at the boy's owa  disposal; ha saust get cLowo to studv  and study hard to get anywhere worm  while along his intended route. While  it is tro-i that "all work and no play  makes Jack a dull boy," still, in these  days of gasoline lamps and gasoline  cars and the apt gasoline phrases, it  would seem that the boy "had better  sit beside the gas than step oa it."  The road to fame or even ordinary  position is not an easy one, but die  other road is very easy to travel. All  ike work in the world waits at the  other end of it as many a middle-^ged,  hard working laborer can tell you. And  the paroporsion of these same laborers  will be larger now as time goes on,  for the simple reason that the diversions  now possible to the young man are  easier of w access and more* complete  than ever before* also harder to get  out of. Well may. our politicians  talk about an old age pension, which  thoaa-gh it may not come in my time it  may come after, and will be sorely  needed by many a man whom today  is living free and easy, rejoicing in his  youthful ability to find a job any old  place at all, "to make a stake," and  promptly "blow it in." But given  that no disaster beyond his control  overtakes the wiser voting man he will  neither qualify for it nor want the mere  pittance it most likely will .be .to him.  DUl   now   a   new   uciu^   wmw   **������������*   jjlw -w- t    . -.- a 1JI i.    ......  little world and both Mother and Dad I. -To  ������*?*  F*1*���������  sh?uld  ������*  ������Mr   i- - :������ ^Li��������� _ t:������s^ ^������^.s..ii������ *~x    boy strive i    A real nearry asnuttum is  realize it, possfbiy a little painfully, too,  when he asserts with all the security  of his years, "Teacher said so!" From  that there is no appeal; no, taor should  there be, until the private interview  between parents and teacher alters or  not alters it.  Then comes question time, miles  upon miles of them, ever ready, never  ceasing, and tiresome, maybe. Suddenly Mother looks surprised or shocked and Dad looks grave as an old-  old, question * comes, and then the  parents begin to think over "What  shall we tell our boy*" When?  What? How? Something has to  be said, often blunderingly, often false,  seldom true, and concise, thus leaving  the fuller explanation to unclean minds  and unclean lips. ^  After a few years of school the Boy  changes somewhat. That strong heart  driving such quantities of good, clean  blood through the well nourished body  seems to endow him with superhuman  tirelessness, oftentimes unceasing until  sleep comes, as sound as the day* a effort had been and perhaps as long.  *���������*��������� mother imda her boy perhaps a  little less affectionate to her apparently, but MotheT should not worry over  that, for her boy, emerging from  childhood's conditions and on into  mart's estate will doubtless have  Mother in his heart, as the finest and  best of all mothers that ever were.  Perhaps it is at about this time that  the boy displays a little more interest  in the use of that common household  necessity, soap and water, that he may  be, well, just ae nice looking as the  other fellow, anyway.  Strangely enough, though, Sister  now shows a decided inclination to use  a smelly, dry-cleaning process, dusty  and never ended, often with strange  and amusing results. '  Now it is that the Boy has hb feet  at the near ������nd of a long pathway,  towards���������what?  Time alone will tell where it does  ultimately lead, not any great num-  ber*of years necessarily. History tells  of many young men who are now famous as leaders of their day and generation. Nor ia it any reproach that  a young man should lead, Toy ao the  great Wm. Pitt ins the British House  of Commons told his elderly tormentor, "Tlae lack of years I allow, but I  am mending my fault every day."  Tlae youngest member of Parliament  in this Dominion today is but twenty-  iwo years of nge. Tlae men now  tomiHfiirap* the Rreal Wheat Pool on the  prairies, one of the largest businesses  an Canada, are much younger than  many would auppoaae. Our brilliant  lawyers,      tapecialists,     educationalists  boy strive?    A real hearty  not to be sneered at, at any limeA  The world, is waiting for tKe parents who by their endeavors shall give  to the world men to ran it, and let us  hope remold it in thought, and word,  and deed.  The parents may well be content  to let the boy go forward and then  bask in the reflected glories of the  boy's success, giving them a deep and  quiet contentment.        "~  The boy is started then with all the  attributes of a big man, big in everything, and should guard carefully lest  he by word or deed, shall take a backward step, for at some time he may  want to" boldly declare that he owes  no apology to man, woman- or child 1  Playing the game! Being square!  Being manlike and true, to his church,  his country and his neighbor!  Let the Boy of Today, the Man of  Tomorrow, yes! the whole community for that matter, take seriously the  words repeated here tonight and in  many places, under many flags, ������p  many languages, the words of the  Great Master who^ grew in wisdom,  and in stature, and in favor, with God  and Man. And these few words I  leave with you all: '     ,  "Thy Kingdom come. Thy Will be  don on earth as it is in Heaven/'  WM. J. TRUSCOTT.  Anglican Church Services  SWDAY, JAM. 6  WYNNDEL���������11 a.m.  Creston Dairy  QUALITY  NB������m  s������k������U *A*f^i^tntS'*t'i^*T--t  ttfflB   ,m*?i\^*m*.m'Smmf&mm.B. ������������������������'������.-?  I'    mttSS.  '���������        &*������������*.  Pure'wool Ladies* Sweaters^ assorted  sises and colors/"*^  during this sale .clearing.^  Dp   not   fail   to   see   these   at   once,  exceptional values and will  go  They   are  Dry Goods  Groceries  nt  Hardwara  ;'..  :.-   ":,��������� 'V-^i  SAA  We Wish our Many Friends the Bes  Health and Prosperity during  of Good  923  <v  /���������  CRESTON MERCANTILE COMPANY  LIMITED  ������  R. A. COMFORT  BRITISH COLUMBIA  The Mineral Province oi Western Canada.  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Haa produced Minerals a������ follows:    Placer Gold, $78,018,948;      Lodo Gold, $120,972,318,  Silver, $80,787,003;    Load, $106,976,442;    Copper $200,967,068;     Zino, g50,&12,657;     Coal  and Coke, $264,699,133; Struaotianil Materiala and Miscellaneous Minerals, $50,175,407; making ita mineral production to tlie end of 1925 show nn  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  ANNOUNCEMENT  Due  tho   steady advance   in  cest of all linos of feed, I am  compelled   to    raise   Milk  E rices, which from Decom-  er l.������3t will be as- follows :  MILK  JEKSKY���������8 Quarts for $1.20  HOLSTEIN-10Qn������Tt������,$1.l<-  CREAM  Pint tlOe    J*-Pint. . ��������� U>b,  "*������.���������������  Production ? year ending December, 1926, $67* 188,842  The Mining Lawn of. thia Provinoo are more liberal and tho faoa lower a>han those ot  any other Province in the Dominion, or any colony in tho British Empire.  Minora! locations aro granted to diBoavererfl for nominal foes. -*  Absolute Titles are obbainod hy developing audi properties, the aeourity of whioh ia^  #imva..tiitsd hy Crown grants. .   -  Full iiaformation. together with Mining Keporta and Maps, may baa obtained gratia by  addressing��������� ���������   ' '  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  N.B.���������I'a.iatirmUy all Biltanla Columbia Mhwal Pro portion aapon which ejovelopment work tins been clone  nmM.������*Hr.;tlbt'tl iai jaorac ono off that Annanal Honor tn nf tho MaralHber ol M Ira oh.   Thoaio <Ront9UUn*lng mining  invoBtmurata shoaa.d rHfair to mach wpnrta.   Thoy Jiro atvullablo without olaairpt-o on appHoution to thav De-  nnrt-monr, o   M$n������*!i. Vlntorlm, U.O,    Itoporta oE tho OasoloKica! San-voy of Ounnda, Wlnwh Building,'Van*  cant voir, iai-a������ rnoomnicnarhad aua vailuiihlo auourccn oa" Britorin������t������oaa.  H-ApntotB oovan*ii**|*f each of tins Six MldoriU Survey Districts airo paiValiaahcacl^HopiariatoIy, and arts avail  latolo on appllcaatlon.  ���������i^sfjssxv^amtumm*  wmsmmmmmmsmM  ���������riaaiwaawBta TOTi---CRESTON B-E3TIKW.  \M*>tHm&8tr,  * Shareholders in the Trail smelter  will  be   paid  10'per cent, in divi  dends  and a bonus of $5 on every  share held.  The Vernon News claims that  some apple trees planted on the  Postill ranch fifty years ago are  stab iu hearing.  >eveiQ  ^m  ������SL^'&&ifflMn������',*\  fe-aVS     ^t^*  Highest authorities iii  science admit that beer  is i^t only the pieresi  of ;all. beverages, Ssv&.  also the most beneficial  to body and mind.  ~Ba������^s h*e*reA and bottled tVy  es.lst our moat up*to-<&te asui  aaanhavy plant, wiiidi is alwary*  ���������of closes! sss-spscSsssts "by As -  puh&cA RE GOOD and  PUKE BEERS: For  at all Government .Vend-  ow and in Beer Parlor*.  atStve it a trial end eoa.  vines yourself.  To- facilitate holiday mail delivery the postomce'st Grand" Forks  wae opened a couple of hours nn  SundaysrVbf, Christmas 'and 'New  Tears* days.  1 y    *'  Pentioton, baa   definitely   aban  doned" curling ssad the Herald -enp  j that -was  fdrsaerly  awarded   a*; a  _   _y^j.    ". t*. l      ^    Iolnb bonspiel has been turned over  ,  A.C Tine  tuiuuie  a**    sJSSaucber   th������ j ������������������ ���������-*_^������V.������,.^ **���������.������. ������^TiS .-.".avfc.  Associated > Growers had about 200  oars   of   apples   to   dispose  of  at  Okana������A<tt points.  Now Denver was shipping in  wood, from Nakusp to help out  with ������ fuel shortage during the  December ooidl'snap.  At the middle pf December there  were said to be 9630 tons of ^potatoes and, 2020 tons of onions stored  | at Okanagan,.points.  At Fernie the losers in the ourl-  in|g competition, president vs. vice-  president buy" the fuel supply for  the rink for this season^  as atrophy to the golf oliiu.  Okanagan apples . are . showing  nnusual losses doe to pin point  sc{%b and mildew at the stem���������a  trotiWe never before encountered���������  caused   by   the excessive moisture.  According to the .Associated  Growers stst-pntsnt ola*tsns for r*?-  bates' on about 25 per -cent, of the  sales of Jonathan, Wagerier and  Spies is looked for. .The fruit was  soM on a six weeks -guarantee and  is not standing up.  Diry Taatnarnc wood for sale.   H. V.  Lewis, Creston.  CATTL������ ASTRAY  Came to the ps-enaiises oiytbe under-  sijjrned,- about December 21st. white  heifer. Owner. can have same on  proving property nnd pay in ft expenses.  I?ease Ranch. "Alice Sidirij*?.  $5 REWARD for mfornaKii-.tr. lead-  in fj to recovery -of- IJ-year red roan  heifer, branded ������5 on left rib. Victor  Carr, Alice Siding.  LFORMFJ  Certificate of improvements  NOTHOS OF" APPUGATION  car  Vancouver BftEWEmes LYo/%ncouverdC  At Vernon the new , Ford  was on display three days���������one of  iiiem a ouijiday���������������nd 1500 perscs^s  inspected it in that time.  At Vernon the Chinese do not  apyear to monopolize the washing  trade. The steam laundry .in that  town employs eleven hands.  Th** extreme cold at the end of  December froze up the waterworks  at Slocan City and tesidsnts had  to carry water from the river.  Although only pledged to give  $25 the Women's. Institute at  Nakusp has sent $50 to help finance  the Crippled Children's hospital.  Hoover Bros, have purchased the  some yfcara idle mill and elevator  at Armstrong and will reconstruct  it and operate  flour mill.  Hay Fob. SAU3-r-Q������Mntity of No.'l  timothy, horns grown and hajed, ������24"  tori. Also t^uantatv of baled alfalfa.  Both '8tore<3 at bo's 'factory. ,AppIy at  omc-e Chas." O. Rodgers;  Wanted���������Purebred rerffistei-ed Jersey cow, not over seven vearas.    Must  1m������ bred in full blood- rejarifttered Jear������ey  bull, and to calve withini two nannths. , ^ improvementR.  M^ Vanlerbej-g, Box 54, Fernie. B.C.     I    Dafeathis8th day of November. A.D. 1S27.  NIAG&RA MINERAL CLAIM.     Situate in  the Nelson Mining Piyipion of "West Kootenay JDistricU r   ���������.,. aeet located:   Qn Tson  Onxtuzs^a^ ���������sos'Sgi-iSassftfarf'^- SSsss BIitGliene?������  B.C. ? lawful  holder: "Charles g'lanKssr  "mil, Victoria. P.O.- Number of thebolder'a *  Free Miners Cerfcificata. No. 12016-D.  TAKE NOTICE that I. G. A. M. Ya-apg.Free  Hines-'a Cert������S������sfc5 Nc ������2Sl-U������.3Si3|ifr ?ss asset  for, the -said- Charles Plummet HflL intend  ���������sixty days iram**he date hereof, to apprr to tbe  Mining IseessslBsrfor p. certificate or improvements, fcs tfe- pjirp������*se o? obtal-airai? a Crown.  Grantor*? tbe above claim.  ���������������**������*. fastSsiss: .taka stoti^e that action, under  Section 85 ot tba Mineral Ac*, must be commenced before tbe issuance of imeh eertiSoats  a 50 barrel  roller}*  .38  This advertisement is sist psbEshed o? displayed by tht* Liquo?  Control Board or Say the Govaemment of British Columbia.?  c91 smftjr&&o xssr sUFmMtM  ACT AMENDMENTS  Ira the distribution of .Christmas  cheer at Pentictoft one home was  discovered where the family of five  slept in .one".bed���������two youngsters  accross the foot, the baby in the  middle and oa and ma in regulation fashion oaa the sides with their  feet on a packing boas to give the  two at the foot a little ?more  room.  used as a bank has many dido-  advantages.  casried ���������in* it is easy to  spend on <Cr������ttes or may be lost  or stolei  Weekly -aieposite iaa ������us? Sa^wgs Bask  -will accucawirate rapidly.  SaaaU or larse accounts ace welco-oaa  OF COr^iMBRCE  ^2 J* mt^  <U������&E&L FaiaS up $20^C^36OOC?-3  Crestoo. Branch.  K..? J. Forbes, M-aatis-ger  .:��������� f PBE-EEIPTIONS    ;  "- Vacaani. nns?eserveu, auiveys^  lands may -^Aiii^^ixpted-^s  subjects over %B years otp&ge^  aOiens on declaring intention'tjb become  BriOsn subjects, cxmditidharutkan xesi������  ���������dence, occ\3pation> and improvement  for agricultural purposes.  There   are *85   curlers  brook this season.  at   tJran-   Satp  in Bulletin No. 1. laxui Series, "Bow  to Pre-empt Laura," copies of which. ������an  be obtained free of charge by addressing the Department of LandV 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 6,000 board feet per aore  west of the Coast Bange and 8,000 feet  per acre east of that range.  Applications for pre-emptions are to  be addressed to the Land Commis������ior.er  of the S*aad fRecording Division in  which the land applied for is situated,  and are made on printed forms, copies  of which can be obtained from the Land  Comamlastjioner,     .,..y.Ps\- V"yv-������������������%���������.?���������������������������:  Pre-em-Di&ans inuErfc' 1^':J^iicWmii&6[ for  five yjMujg and7imptoveme*nt^^made4x>  value of 910 per ncreV indludlrlig clearing and cultivating at least five acres,  before a Crown Grant can be received.  For, more detailed Information see  the Bailletin "Hb^r to Pre-empt Land.1'    rimcHABE  Application are received for purchase  of. vacant, unreserved, Crown Lands,  not ^ii^,jfc^|^g^d^.for wricu^tujeja  purposes; minimum price of firet-cWss  (arable) l*^MMim,u^j!nd oecon?!  claiBs (g*raving)louad 42.50 ptW AAm.  Further lnformatlbn regarding purchase.  or lease of Grown lands Is given in Bulletin No. ,10.. Land Series, ��������� "Purchase  and Leamo of Crown laavanadB."    .  Mill, factory or Industrial sites on  timber land, not pxceotUng.40 acres,  may be purchoaed or leased, the conditions including payment of stumpage.  ? HOMESITE LEASES  , xjiaaawvoy^d rn^m not" eiccccding 20  acres may be leased aa homeiiites, conditional upon & dwellinc bclrin erected  in the first year, title being obtainable  after recldence rand improvement con-  dltiona aro XulXllled and land ht&tt been  surveyed. _ ,'"���������'      '''"  SLEASES *  For gracing (and Industrial purposes  axauu not as&ccfcdJns Ui& acres wnsy. -bo  leased by one pTftrson or a company.  ' QltAZINO     y  Undor the Grawlng Act the Province is divided into trraahig districts  and, the range administered under a  Grassing Commissioner. Annual groaning permits are Issued based oh num--  bor������,jrimge^,, priority being- given to  established owners." Stoelt-owners may  Xorm ossociaijioniat aoi auumu y"u^.vc������������.--  ment. Free, or partially free permits  are available for nicttldxs, campers or  travellers, tip to ten head.  SHSIK  rtKir  nrais  5E  3f52Is  ssgjisjgnts  ^Fesrnie is just ree^^ewiig frossi sn  <>ulaV|a^e^a.kf p|?^arJfe^"lfever.*"'y-:  \   Grand   Forks . cwriinKehibha8 a  memfiershap of 48 tliis iseason.  .There are 253 telephones in use  at Sosslassd, a sain of 45 since the  first of 192T.  Thp chrliaipt season opened at  Greenwood at the end of December,  with 32 players.  The forestry department is bny-  inpt a site at Kaslo on which to  erect fa, garage an<d boathouse.  The report of the fire ohief at  Kaslo shows that for 1927 there  were no fires and no alarms.  Vernon town council donated six  cords of wood to the Elks Christmas cheer fund in that town.  Durinic, *the ten hours the new  Ford car was on display at Bonners Ferry 644 persons iVispeoted it.  Mrs. M. Middleton of- ,Vernon  supplied 1300 pounds of turkey for  Vancouver's . Christmas ��������� in 70  birds.  : The Ford dealer at> VBonners  Ferry ^state8 that he has already  plaodd an order fok-y 100 "of the new  models.   "^     ,  piinnaK the oold snap at the end  of Dedttinlver the fuel shortaazo at  NeWy Denver -Jene^ eo aoitte that the  Editor of the Reoord could only  firo ��������� tip Qiiffloien.tly' well to work t\  oonple.of hours a day. .  *'  are  -   MJggM *������nt3 Heavy  , ��������� a i ''*'������������������   " ���������'    '* ���������      y ���������  *^B*^*\&*m\\\*^m*%.m4Nm\i4mVito*. stsaVL**. "     flSaWa^r mmWJWfM ^KklmTJm&m^  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  ���������y   connection  We are forcibly reminded to pass out the above information due the fact that thifj month we ure receiving"duin8n  from local business men made out on stationery-that was  not printed ih Greaton���������and iri every case- on stationery the  He view was never even asked to quote a price on.  Altogether aside from this being poor community spirit,  it is still worse business policy, because on all standard lines  the Review can give you better service, equally good stock,  arid no-higher prices.  *  If the travelling order-taker���������who leaves nothing in  Creston b^it a one-day boaird bill (and not even that where.he  travels by auto) can give you a better price than the Review  it will be good business, maybe, to deal with hirn..  But don't- overlook the other equally sound business  principle that no harm can come of getting prices locally���������regardless of anything and everything the order-taker may toll  you about the local printers limitations.  fi|ffi!??WSJj  j^jji jagjl jtMW  **������������������������������������ ^"Jf ^mt*  Shoe and Hamms* Repairing  |pj| jjjrS| iar-r* ������ry> ^S- ������nL\  COMMER0IA1L  PRINTING  DEPT  X.  teasgitat  IJiyatsSti.iailj^acS^C.i'  3DC30I" .>>&  _x  THE    REVIEW,   CRESTON^ '-B, \\C*.  t ~-  li  United -Grain Growers^ limited  fT'^enty-lTear 5% First ^ortga-^e Bowels  Y"l*-na.   T<ii  I V^O-Jkl^t^Li.  1943  8  I  These Bonds offer an attractive opportunity  for investors and should particularly appeal  to residents of Western Canada because of  their familiarity with the business of United -  Grain Growers, Limited, ahd the success  that Has attended* its operations ��������� during the  last twenty-one years.  The new issue of $3,750,000 First Mortgage  Bonds is for the purpose of retiring outstanding obligations and -of ���������* re-imbvtrsing ?  the Company for expenditures in connection with the newly completed. 5,500,000  bushel elevator at Port Arthur and the  recent acquisition'������* certain country elevators.  The Bonds arc adequately secured by assets,  while, for five years ended August 31, 1927,  net earnings available for interest and depreciation^ have averaged more than 4^  times annual interest requirements on all  Bonds to be presently outstanding.  Bonds maybe obtained iaa denominations of $5,00  or $1,000. Principal and half-yearly interest arc  payable at any branch in Canada of The Royal  Bank of Canada.  1?Hce: 96.25 and interest,  yielding over 5.30%  Fully descriptive circular will be gladly fairnish������d '  upon  request.  Titled Taxi Drivers  Many   Bussiaii  NbMHty  Are   Chant  ;::'   S&xra'In Paris  There was &- time when the Partis i  Lindsay  Bu-ilding,  H'iniiipcej,  Telephone; 22 S64-5  Wood, CxuB-iidy Limitotl  taxi drivers were simply bachelors of  art and    candidates    in   philosophy,  This has, all changed. They are now  Counts, Pukes,    Marquises,    Colonels  and Generals.    The    Russians... have.  aristocratissed them.   But   there    are  also  xnatiy ^-itihtairae  nussiatfe  among  them.    They may he picked oiat hy  Uieir*graclcnis manners,  their  broad  smiles, their ignorance   of   the    city  map, and I believe, they swear., by St.  Anastasia Instead off a    real    Gallic  Saint. Indignant Vox Populists have  written to   the  papers  recently ���������. that  'these  Russian   ex-Grand   Dukes   and  Caucasian Hetnians as-e not'^snly' !g--  norasit of the 'Paris 'labyrinth, but tlaat  they refuse to learn their geography.  One Lady reports tliat the driver took  her for a long rldo, altogether oaat of  the direction of the address sho had  given, and* persisted in looking- . aroucad  at his charge with a broad smile. As  he kept up a brisk, pace aaid a. brisk  pace in Feu-Is means something she  did not venture to jump out. Finally  they were  halted.,, by a  signal  at   a  crossing. The lady called a gendarme,  "What do you mean?" asked the lat-  11  ^ood'tea  Red Rose Orange Pekoe is  thevbest tea you can buy  ' In clean, bright Aluminum ���������   f  <-rK-  Smelter D������ing Big Business  Fbint At Trail, B.C., Fays $1,000 Per  Hour In. Wages  Some., interesting figuresIn coxmec-  tkm with the plant operated by the  Consolidated Mining and Smelting  Company at Trail,'B.C., have been  made public by W. B. Payne, secretary of the Vancouver Board of  Trade, ffollowing~a recent visit into  the interior.  The smelter has a capacity of 750  Medical Clinics In Egypt u  Government Using Modern Ivlejhod To  Quell Old Disease  .-American aid is to be enlisted to  ���������fight anti-modern plagues in F^ypt,  such as bilharzla.  The Egyptian Government has* just  come to terms with"- the Rockefeller  Foundation for the. establishment in  fEgjrpt of clinics for the treatment of  intestinal and parasitic diseases.   The  JL^X ������.\,dXi.l  '-   ������--  J-~;\ti i.L  V������������io.r������   ���������r\t\<a/ai*>H,vi(.r  ~��������� "���������      JT-��������� ������������������ ��������� '"������������������ O  ihe* ratn-1 decline  o������ British power a -.id pi-estige throughout tlae "world, -and those wilh whirrm  the- wish for such u ciuasirepke has been the father,of the thought, miast  surely bo beginning to .'realize that they will have to revise taeir opinio n.iaiid  recall thrir predictions. For evidence accumulates, and tact is being piled  vipon fact, vihich go to demonstrate the virility, prestige"and povvut' oC the  Old fLand and the Empire as a whole.   -       ;  Notwithstanding tho fact that Gei*many was. particularly bi-.to.-* against  liritain-for entering the worldwar, and sung its hymn, of hate beoausefit"  icaiized that?the British entry into the- eon-flict spelled defeat for Germany,  it is-a fact today tha^.a more friendly feeling exists in Germ/dnytowards  Urit-aiu-thaa*s is. entertained .for any other nation ..which was allied agp-'^st  her. ( ��������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������-���������������������������-  For a ti-.aie tlie  ter of tho chauffeur. "Don't you know? the world.    V  The lead output is 410 tons daily,  or one-tenth, of the world's entire output.     "-__'    ^'?,:.:' -���������   y-,.Vy..,_  ��������� x-���������       ���������     , , . ,.. Foundation will pay tne salary of an  tons of refined metals per "day-and it y        . ..   ' .     _     .        .���������  ;r��������� *^_  *y-.~_.*   >.'_4.���������,....?_._.._������ _���������,_���������,.  .���������_- i American sanitary enganeer, who will  be. provided by the Egyptian Govern-  is the .largest metallurgical plant inf  j Colon  streets?" "Sir," replied the ex-  or ex-General, "y������ur Com-  niander-in-Chief has never sent rae  the plans. How can I advance without maps?*' A phrase reminiscent of  the Russian front, perhaps.  Miller's Worm Powders will drive  worms from the -gystean without injury to tho child. The powders are so  easy to take that the" most delicate  stomach can assimilate them and  welcome them, "as speedy easers of  i pain, because they promptly remove  the worms tliat cause the pain, and  thus the suffering^ of the child is relieved. With so sterling a remedy at  hand no child should suffer an hour  from worms.  ..  1 or a  iarg-ely an anti-British fec;i  anti-foreign feeling in China was interpreted as being  for the cultivation of which Soviot Russia waa  largely responsible. But the inevitable reaction has now set. in ns the 1irue  designs oi Russia and thti true natui'e of Ba-ittsh policy is becoming daselosed  and understood.  At the ,-neeting of the Institute of Pacific Relations held at Honolulu last  duly. Sir Frederick 'Whyt.e, chief unofficial* spokesman foi*. Great ih-itain,  presented a memoi*anduhlf on the history of Anglo-Chinese reiatiosis i'rora  the time, of Lord Macaru'ey's mission in 17S3 down to the famous cbmnuant-  eation ot' Sir Austen Chpjnhcrlain of *a year ago. This memorandum doalt  fairly with the mistaken iaade by both nations"; and? it demou3tx*atedffrom-  the x>ast acts of Great Britai������ that the conciliatory attitude of Sir Austen  Chamberlain':-: document wasfthc logical outcome of those acts.  It is interesting to recall at this time, when the Nationalist's of "Ch������na  are breaking off diplomatic relations with Soviet Russia, the manner' iri  which Sir Frederick Wiiyte's memorandum was received by ths Chinese Na-  r.iounlist delegates at the Honolulu' meeting. These delegates had distributed  iaa advance :>. printed case against Great Britain, which was replete wivh  sharp strictures on Britn-.h foreign policy. But when Sir Frederick presented  the other side, so ianprossecl were the Chinese delegates by its fairness ancl  by the British iJoiut of vaev/ that they withdrew their own alocument ar.d  nsked for the return of th'.- copies distributed. This is hardly a sign of Brirish  decadence aai world affairs, or am evidence of loss of prestige. The fact lhat  anti-British feeling iai Clih-a- is gradually dying down is tho result.  Surely and steadily Great Britain is regaining her position as the fanan-  A. Paying Occupation  Pickings boll, weevils off of cotton  sometimes is more lucrative than  picking the cotton itself. J. R. ?0.  Lindsey, Richmond, Va., recently  snipped 72,000 of the pests to . the  Florida State Agricultural Collegia at  ������2.50 a thotasand. At that rate a fast  picker could earn $10 a day.  *  The Proveai Asthma, Bamiedy. Since  asthma e:riste# thei-e has been no  lack of much heralded remedies, but  they have proved short lived and  worthless. The ever-growing reputation of Dr. J. IX KcUogg's Asthma  Remedy has given it a place in the  field of medicine which no other can  approach. It has never heen pushed  by sensational araethods, but has aim-  ply gone on effecting relief ond making- neWA converts.  The copper output runs 70 tons  daily. . ���������     ������������������'jV'V?--V.  During the past year the plant has  x-equired 5,000 tons of constrasction.  steel, 3,500,000 bricks, 4,500,000 feet  of lumber, one,y carload of cement  every two daysVH8,000 tons of coal  per year and 62,400 tons of coke per  year.  The freight bill "last year was $>3,- ;  600,000, or 1 per cent of the total |  freight paid in Canada. |  meht with a staff, offices and accessories, and the Government will exempt from customs dues all imports  from the United States required in the  prosecution of the work.  A  raay  FOR LITTLE ONES  Baby's  Own  Tablets  Should  In Every  Home  Where  vf here VAre Children  Be  ,-,.  ^j.     -���������t       ���������, ��������� -1      i.������     The perfect niediciaio for little ones  Eight nulhon dollars were paid out ��������� -? foun^ in Batoy.s 0wn Tal3%t������J. ThCy  an   wages  per hour.  : or   approximately  Add ed to this" th e- cost  SliOOO,"  of  supplies wouia bring  expenditui  to almost ?3,000 per hohr.  Last year the company earned profits of apptoximately $14?000,000.V  "Wooden Railway CaTB  Tt has been shown that all the  deaths in the railway collison at  "Docltrill occurred in a wooden coach  which was crushed-, between two others naade of steel and there is a general opinion that the practice is..-bad.  Either wooden coaches should aiot be  are   a  gentle   but   thorough   laxative  which  regulate   the  bowels,   sweeten  the  stomach;   drive   out   constipation  and indigestion;  break up  colds  and  simple fevers and proanote healthful  refreshafngVsieepfyltVis Impbssible^forf;  Baby's Own tablet's to harm. ev<!h liie?  n^-^������*^ib^be;?as they are absolutely  guaranteed?;Sree*i-frorii? opiates? of iany  otiiei-irajxirious drug.  1     Concerning the Tablets, Mrs. Alex.  J.    Perry,    Atlantic, ,N,S., Writes:���������'T  always keep Baby's Own Tablets in  the house for th������ children, as I have'  found   them  a.- "perfect   medicine   for  little pnat&."y.V;  A,���������.':'. .' .������*" f'V  Baby'^. Owxi. Tablets.   are ? sold . by  j ane'dlcihe. dealers Vor .by. mail?-at f 25  cial centre of the world. The pound stea-Hng has returned to par, evon ma  New York,"ar.d the flow of gold, which has been almost continuous to ihe  ITnited States lor some year?; past, has recently had an offset in the litxt gold  .������������������hipment from New York to London. Great Britailn continues pi-osnptly on due  ���������late to m:\kc her enormous payments to the United States on account oC war  ��������� >hli gat lotas, and with every payment made her position becomes* astroing-or.  British iinaaicial institutiona? ai:d industi-aail concerns are more anti more-  avgaiaiing their position iai world markets, aiad whereas during tho wjjj* British investments and securities iai foreign" lauds and in Lhe overscan Doniin-  ions had to be withdrawn hi order to carry on the 'gram struggle, liriMnh Investors are agaiaa active throughout tho world.  As carrjea-s of the commerce of the world, and the" great commercial.  (louring house foa* all nations, Britain remains supreme, Tai ishlp biaiklfaig,  uVspiae all tho <*ff������������a*t.s of other natioais, Britain rctaiais the louden:hip ny a  wide margin.  Aaul to t)ai:a gcaac.a-iiL improvement in position the overseas Dominions of  tlae lihnplre, led by .Canada, fire contributing an. ever increasing ������hare.  The Wonder Of Dry Ice  Now Product Evaporates Slowly aaul  -Leaves No Liquid*  In a, recent electrical exposition, in  New York, a castle was shown made  of dry ice. Ono of the wonders of the  new product is that it does not leave  any liqtaid as it slowly evaporates. It  Is solid carbon dioxide which lias been  frozen to a temperature   of   100    dc-  used or they should not be combined j cents "a box from The Dr. Williams'  with those made of heavier material, i Medicine Co.,. BrockviHe, Ont.  that  -Recent accidents have    shown  wooden coaches stand little chaaicc in  accidents. .  It doesn't take much o������ a gcalius to  discover-a scheme lhat won't work.  Kven the: man, with "a lot of gctup  about ham can't resist the temptation  to remain under the covers for 30  minutes after the alarm clock: goes  off.' ....'- .V...,;':, "   ,   '        .  the  Prince    Of  Gypsies  Buried  In   Splendor  T!\>:a������*-:������auls     <H     iar!������>gnt(*s    .Aftoateled  l-'aaiiora.l   Iai   <V,r,i������-h������a-Mli������vaki:l  l^rcryn-l In nu-Ua^val japleaador, J fear-  ?e throats  ���������\     Rub Vicks on throat  jf ^   j ^.nnd chest. Reliftvea  v\i,   ri'^'two ways at oncer���������  U ji) i absorbed,inhaled.  ^Hak  Jfty   Em msT*������'  B_SPr    (Hj^S?  ^miSmW %. 0   m.     ������������.������,   ������������������������������,.   0**,   ak    m   mmm.  ft.  ,*  fr*��������� ***** nrr-%  mSS  omwz^MtmaHanwsTMumxtmtv;.  vath, Prince of the Gypsies, ha;i been  borne to hif-*. grave in Parkany,  CKoeho-slovakia, while thousands, of  Central European gypsies mourned at  hi.:j bier.'  Hht coflin was of ebony and hib body  div.-i'.'ctl iai rich silk brocade. Iai his  hai;d wat; a whip to aaymbolizo mr.s-'  toiy oves,' iaoa-.-w: aud wia'e, wbiio iu. iai.s  aiido Wi-ae wane aaad liquor botllbn no  that ho anight trout, hia old friends In  Limbo. - '  At ir-nut. a thousand <fl������logalo!i Trom  r.iaargt:ialaaad, ITaanffarlan arid Itaanmn-  hm j-syp.-iy ta-ihes attontled tls������ famcrnl,  hrtarla-'icl lay '.Ui muslcail hiarul-t, tnotit of  I Ih-ih am tai>i*-mibat:k.  grecs below zero.  The principal use of da-y ice is for  the refrigeration of perishable foods  in traaisit. This may be a pint of ice  cream which the housewife is carrying* homo from tho store, or a refrlg-.  orator car of fruit speeding from tho  west coast of Ontario.*  To cany homo the ico cream,  pint package of tho cream is placed  aai n slightly hta-ger paper package.  ��������� w.alcu pciamita a piece of dry ice tea lie  against the packaigo of cream, Oai  au'1'ivingt..liome tlao housewife can  leave the package of cream standing  on a tabic for :;Ix hoairs because thq  dry leo lasts that long.   ���������  Next Buriimoc on those hot days you  can carry a piece around In your  pocket aaid keep cool.  A Wish For Lindbergh  The youth of a country might b<-i  worse employed thaai in admiring the  Lindbergh type of character. Caamfi.-  cllaaiu share with Amcricams tho hojau  and prayer thait Lhidbergh may cws.'o  hlately to the end of hia every aerial  flight and 11 vo In health, jay and  wealth, to di<3 In bod ait at gratat old  PS*-''  To hrenk tn. V.o1d harmlessly and in a Uurrv try an Aspirin.tablet,.  irt ������r>r hcn.fln.chc.  Tlie nctinai nF A^iaariai a's very efficient, too, in  T  And nor ncnfincnc. i nc nctinu mt' /\^[t  cases of neuralgia, neuritis, even rheumatism and lmntJagol And  there's no after effect; doclora give Aspirin to .children���������often  infants. Whenever'thereV pain, think oi, Aspirin, The genuine  Aspirin has Bayer on the box and on cvery\tablct. ;��������� All druggists,  ���������with proven directions.  vv.  :<  17.     I7U  T|a������-  llxaaii'hlii ������>r ;i  idutiald b������* aauta:\wort lav  inamir t*uaii|M������aitH'  London hiiH  a-tipliM-;.^  hotel.     t"nt-j  ron.a are ilranly hut fiourtcoualy Jiott-  l|jMt tlant  H l������a ngjibi-st  it lh������������ naU-ss of I .has  haa.ta.il to ofCtar ttpii. Tho ttcrvatttn  aa-c;  well   puld,   aaad   i-atrior\atloia.-4   At   UitH  .IkOMtelry lire alwuyia at u pruauium.  Phyddans prescribe Aspirin;  it diies NOT oiieci the heart  alU,vlr!ii la l!.A Irfc.lf ri-.urU  ,lrr^'.ntr-rt-.\ 1?,\ Ovnaia)  3r.i11r.*l,l-if; lt������y<-r Ua,f������i������f*i;aur������  U> wtll  kttatw.l   tliat   A u,>ll-|.t|  Hlrnun  BtBjcyr iitaivLirnnliara*.   in  n������tMi\i-r>  Hi������ pnlill  laaJoain,  (h* Talilflta wltl \m Hlnnt^.a traaai. Ua*lr "Uayer Ca:oka"  truarnnuMX,  WJtU*������ It  auntiut.  luU;������.- IKE   EEVXEW.   CKESTON,   B.   0.  if  MANY  r*Y*mrmv -nrsitrtv/-aa   jnjf^-ABfS^i^n  IU LAMb& 5UtJK  Ottawa.���������The teoming to Ottawa  next month ol Hon. lV. C. Amery, Dominion Secretary ot the British Gov- \ it  To Fly Over London  ������C"uns������<lsuii ST^rasscrs 'JlQ Ree Worid'st  Metropolis From the Air  London. ��������� A unicpie .sight-seeing  tour has been arranged for tne 125  Canadian farmers who arejeoming to  England in January witli the Canadian National Railways' Farmers  Marketing Party. In addition to o.ee-  ������"������ London as the average man see-s  obtaining a worm's eye view from  Had Long Military Career  ernmont,. probably-Will lead to a final j ���������ndcrgrov,nd and a normal .view from  determination of a large program of . lhc  top  of" ^ >-j3ua���������the  visitors  will  British migration to Canada. It was  privately submitted to the British authorities some months ago but the  decision waa deferred until Mr. Amery  Jiad un opportunity of looking personally into the jtn&tter .and securing  lirst-haud information..    s '   *  - Considerable reticence is maintained nerc'as to details pending a foixaal  discussion of the'-"question, "but   the  plan ia known to contemplate an elaboration of the- family settlement  scheme by which, at the end of this  ; year 3,000 .families will have migrated. In tlie original period set, only  2.500  families   came   and   hence   the  ', agreement was extended to cover the  balance.  The new plan, however, will be different and generally speaking, if approved, will look to the establishment  of groups oi- colonies of, British settlers 4n parts of the country where  the opportunities are considered most  promising.    While -    the      movemefht  - would not be directed to unsettled  localities, it would be designed to involve considerable pioneering, similar  * to that accomplished by British col-,  ��������� onies in the early stages of Western  :. development in the nineties. A feature  J of the plan would be; that which would  | provide for expert supervision by cx-  V perienced people of the location of the  f groups and for assistance to them in  f? th'e/fproblems. connected' with .absorp-  l tion into Canadian    life.?- the    plan  V would be worked out on a basis of co-  | operative contribution by the British  *? and Canadian Govcrnanents.  '���������;     It ia stated that the success of the  .- ... ��������� s  ���������3 Empire      settlement    plan,    confined j  V largely to soldier lands, having5,been!,  I demonstrate Uiefne-^'sehem.fi* if'*jgjvr  ten veff ect Vwfll eventually - iead| ic- - the  i; migration of as many as 20,000 fam-  ���������? ilies. :;? ���������������������������--.--  sec London as the birds see it, from  the cabin of -one of tlie most up-to-  date air liners 'of the Imperial Airways/Limited.  As many of the Canadian farmers  as desire to do so will-be taken for  a 20-minute "joy-ride" over London  and dqwn the Thames. Should a sufficient number signify - their intention  of taking to the,air, two or even Lieutenant-Goneral Sir Etiwin Al-  three of the latest "Silver Wing" pa?- derson. commander of the Canadian  scnger  'planes   "de*   luxe"     will     be j troops in The great war u who died in  Strengthen Canadian Navy  ���������aorovei'iHuem   jlo  oeeu  ^-minority   ror  Purchase Of Two Modern  Destroyers  Ottawa.���������The Government will seek  authority  at sthe   coming-  session  oa  r-������OT*Tioi-v*'t.40v*.{-     -f *���������*������*������     4-\*c*     tm tfnii ������^ q.^      ������-������.���������*     *"*J-*0  new modern destroyers to be delivered within three years. The new destroyers will replace the Patrician -and  Patriot. The Patriot and Patrician  will be sold out of the Canadian navy.  Construction of the first of the tiew  dustroyers is to "be commenced ai  once. In the meantiane, arrangements  have been anade with the admiralty  to obtain two destroyers to carry on  with  until the new  craft  are ready.  APPROPRIATION  OV LARGE SUM  O. P  A&F  Ottawa. ��������� A further appropriation  of several million dollars for the "Hud-  san^'Bay Railway wall be included in  the railway, estimates at the-coming  sessidh of Parliament.      '  Tj^e amount will not be decided until the "engineers, report as to tho extent of the work v/hiVh can be ac-  . complished during the year, the contract for the last section of tho read  ������%���������������������#-** * *aa *v\*. 4-  M^Wl.l^A4 *w  They are H.M.S. Torbay and Torea- \ having been awarded.  dor, -and the Canadian Government  has authorized the -commencing oi  work forthwith at Portsmouth to recondition tlie vessels and bring them  forward for Canadian [service.  It is  expected  they will arrive  in  a^WJ.   V Jhvi'  \_/J. ������U������]C  London together. These air liners are  the last word ira aeroplane construction, carry 18 passengers, and are  equipped with buffet and easy chairs  with a steward in attendance.        ���������- '.'  The flight will be made from Croydon Aerodrome, today known as Britain's premier air-port, where passenger aeroplanes take ou?" daily for Paris, Amsterdam and other-pom's on!  the Continent. Here the visitors will  be conducted through 'the hangars fey  competent guides who will explain to  them the yarious typesr of machines  used in modern air travel.  London rccmtlv. Jflo won man*1*- d-j'-oi*- ' Canada toward the e-rd of IMarck.  ations during a to������g r-^ntarv career, j     The Torbay    and    Toreador    were  Sir Edwm was the author of several i built by Thornycrofts and belong to  volumes. * tlie  same  group  as the^ S  class  ad-  Extols Work Of League  Ko 'Other Power Could Settle Polisli-  r  Lithuania Dispute Sajs  Senator Uanduraml  1     Kew York.���������No power on earth except* the League of Nations could have  effected a settlement of the differences between Poland and Lithuania this  Famine In China  Thp appropriation for the .current  year was $5,100,000    and    good    pro-  As the.,Canac^an Rational RailWas's  last session got approval _of a three-'  year branch -line .prxagaauh, it is not  expected tliat much . legislation wilt  'emanate from-feat quarter this year.  The ^'Sinister of Piuance will Otc-  sent   a "bill, to  ratify  the   agreement  miralty destroyers.    Ei-^t    of    these' concluded   some  time   ago   with   the  compose the eighth destroyer flotilla ^Canadian      Northern      incoanc    bona  in commission on the China station. i������olders.  Three are in commission and two are  in reserve in the Australian naval ser-4?  vice?" One is in reserve com'inission on  tlie Mediterranean  station    .������    j  British Cattle Infected  Facing  Severe Weather h Europe  Seven   People   Perish   From   Cold   in  5-Vanee  Paris^*Ho^tii.&astea-ly "gales with  snoW( whfeli-have, -fceeti raging along  ^the entire Atlantic seaboard, from  Dakar'to Dunkirk*,** have' brought Ku~  rope artd_ Africa, to- a. icaJigation. that  winter Has come.  liliffiC^izlns^  VArranglna^a&^olhg Madb *^-r|>i^'ud-y  VOf Lcsit^o^Alnis In Canp.diajti- :rPl  S      'V    ,-V-y .^-%^JSc|loo1s ,:.   %& .-M  P Geneva,-���������Canada is instructing her  ?������future citizens ^ in the aims of the  ^ League of Nations.  Ottawa informed tlie League that  ���������Manitoba had prepared a special  ^chapter on the League which will be  ���������'^included in^ school readers and has  -adopted regadations requiring ail stu-  Vdents of the tenth grade inVsecondary  '^'schools to-study a'special pamphlet  ^clrawn up by Kthe <5anaclian -League of  fNations Society.  *;; The Lieutenant-Governor^' of the  Province of Saskatchewan has -made  arrangements for study of the League  ;in schools hi that province, and Ottawa haas called tlio attention of all provincial governments to the importance of teaching the doctrines of the  League. ' ,  Four    Miilion   In    (Shantung  Direst Extremity |  Pekin.���������At least 4,000,000^ in the  province of Shantung and part of  Chahli are facing extreme famine,  which must -be expected to become  majre severe as winter progresses, fa  cdmmittee of observers has reported-  The report grew out of the Chinese  international famine relief commission's appeal to the Red Cross for aid  and-thq ^eque^t o������^e:RQd.Cross for  mora^'e^ct'^i^^ V,     ^'  ''"'.   AVsiii-vey"was   then . -^ohapiled    by  -competent foreign authorities and observers.^ ;<. .,.._ .. _.   ,,i:1. <^^i,.A,:^J. .,... ,. ;;;;, ,-i . ..  -_,-....,, ,^ -.-,..,-. V.  VTho.a^atids... in Shantung, were, found  . already fsub^  c^a^faiiSd.?g&^"'*T-; 'V'Vf -V��������� y '.���������.��������������������������� ���������. ��������� yy  j..y,ypiile the ?phin^g:^fan*iineV*s?!eli^'  blamed the. d%3i^^p^d*:lpcustsj th$  coanimittee thougt|t|*B,i^t^ "ciT^l JbxB$,  banditry and* exorbitant' ���������taxation*;'  were also equally to blame for ShanV  tung's" plight. c;  , The- peak of, suffering was said not  to have been reached yet. It will grow-  more intense ifrom the Chinese' New  Year, January 23, until spring.  year, in the opinion of Senator Raoul ;JFoot iU1d Mouth Disease Breaks Out  Dandurand.. Canada's   representative} In Several Centres *  on the council. "* j     London.���������Twenty-six" outbreaks   ol.  The leader of-the Canadian Senate'foot-and. mouth disease in six _ widely  returned from Geneva oh "the Maure--i distributed centres off infection V has j |^Gher"bourg.-^'r*|pc>rt**������d.^''-a^ 80-mile  tahia. Afeceptance by the-tw6,,coun- |necessitated declaration of a "standj g^ale, Calais " and VBofflo^e ^ chaairnel  tries of the supervision over* disitribtl-;{still" area by the ministry of agricul- j slrvicesf^have been v'antfirrupted and  -tion  of  troopsf.along ;th"<f border 'by I tare." V   The  effect of; the declaration {U&je air .serviCeV betweeii   Parts    and  military attaches of    GreaE-��������� Britatti, is to prohibit  France and Italy Implied" "a superior  authority,? said .'Senator Dandurahct..   -  " "I am strong"in thfefconyiction that  ..... "-". sm ������������������;  ��������� ���������:'���������     --���������-������������������  of    Nations  ���������outside of-the , League  there is no power   on    eartia.  ������������������^yp.uld have had the, influence to 4m- ;  movement of cattle, t  sheep, pigs and goats in the area  wTHa6ut?:a-license. The movement of  then), from the "stand :still" area to  a, free area is forbidden- and markets  which |-will he strictly regulated,   y  The "'stand still'' area,covers ���������prac-  ppse its viev^s and its will upon .two \ tically the^^ whole    of   -the--.Midlands tlSfiiiche^ of..^ow;.s|:^^4^e^t^c^  j a'   _' -i i.  _������i.3~_���������i>  i.*   ^^XrS^ys ' ^������a^   -r.<-.~.<A  .-.<"      -V^a-lrc-Tair>^>      5������fl      T.n.!r.������������f*������ I enrtiTio"r"T?J>1*fnf'''"C^.ti'ha'&t'&kTiLitti"    -   ntra'el        Uti  London  has   been  entirely  cancelled.  yeritabi&r^aM-puntains   yoK   ymail    sire  a^aiungV^hi^nertt- ^c^ct all? Frcritth  ports.  .-X.  oeven-?������ve3^arey r  -Pi los',  in  Prance 'a^one^^sll^^^ti^' 'aaoVli-  ern sections, A-^ichf-aT^e "buried uncle*-.  independent nations," he added  Xosnpensatioji For Lindbergh  Cives Brain To Science  and part of  shire.  Yorkshire  ISmjsloyment Situation Iniproves  Ottawa.���������--The seasonal -losses in  ���������Esfimated Tliatf :fH9=y ^las' "Earisetl|eihploym'eht recorded at'"_ theyfbegin^  'Quarter oif Xt Ulillion. ; V; ning, of December were on a smaller  New York.-^he?:Nevr'Tbrk ' Sun scale than on the same datey-iai fany  says: "Since his Pkris flight it is es- j other of ��������� the last eight years except  timated that Gol.: Llndbeargh has; earn- 11922, and the situation continued beted about ^25^000. The Orteig prike\\ ter than on-December 1 in any pre*-  was $25,000; the pi'oflt frona his boplsvious year of the record.. Statements  -''We," and his newspaper..articTea, waa ' were tabulated by the VDominion bu-  \  xiy Lanca- j ening "Tta13?at,?" CaMabtanea? "' and the  Moroc can:- -rivers :y*a������e ^'overflowing y.ih  t<>rrents-f e^peciallyfe^tlie Ouergha.  where A:bd-el-rKirim's . - forces * fought ���������  the ?Prenchgrfh,'?iS.23, which is out of  'bounds, frnaldsfs^^l^teff^^j^ .  't^'the|.^a/>^^^"^^^^^^%: ��������� "'i| ".  fin Prance:the^eine:|t*ni[ Maijrhe?ai-e  rising and .a racu^ehce;ofytho great  flOfods Of 1910 and 1921 is beared.        ?  Honoring Mrs. Lindbergh  Will Uaccivo Gold Mealal From  '        l>etraitt?.Bojir*i1. OriGdiacation ,  1 Detroit:, ietich.��������� The Detroit Board  of ]"2daaoiitJo3i har; voted to confer a  gold 3nodul,o| l*aonoi' upon Mrsi. Kvan-  gelino Lindbergh "in recognition of  the great vahio to this<nation and the  public,Hehool -system of tho (junllHea  <if aiaotherhood Hho has exhibited."  TlviB jhuI her qauiliUeH of "patriot-  ittm, loyally, valor,- horolsm, coin-ago,  p0"i<Mi-ni-y amal tho pursaait of the bot-  tov and 'higher things In life1' wero  cited by the boiirrl iiv adtapUaig n foa'o-  lailioji lo confer the medal,  I.������I..iih X'light Ovor Norih  l'nla>  Ottawa.- An Italian explorer, Gon-  'o-.'l? Ncabile, wnntH to 1ly ovor the  North Pole next mianmcr and Ih*.  JJujiurdolli, Itiilluu contiaal here ha;i  been* siskod to Hoeaare fa-oan the Can radian Government aianp.t amd othor  thi in.. Not match .haa beoaa kaaaraicd of  Noted   Russian   Scleaitist  ISeqUeat lacs  ISrain To Noted Collection  -Moscow.���������"The brain' pantheon,'.*,  foundedby Prof, Vladimir Ecchtcrcff;  noted Russian psychiatrist," to study  the source of talent and genius, will  shortly have a fourth brain added to  the three already preserved ��������� tliat  of Prof. Bechtcroff himself.  Tho noted scientist, who has.been  devoting.much tiane in recent months  to organizing the brain pantheon;  which had been approved by tlio Soviet Government, died recently from  paralysis of the heart after an ex-;  tremely short Illness. News of his?  death shocked the Russian scientific  world deeply. Pro'f.- Bechtcroff willod  ���������his brain foa: .scientific' study.  The brains already in the collection arc thoso of Anton Rubinstein,  the famous pianist aaid. composer,  Domitri Mendoloff, naturalist and  ehemiwt,.-uud Alexander Kohni, wa*it-  er. y  estimated at approximately $200,000.  and.it was said that ho received $2*5,-  000 from the Guggenheim fund to finance his tour of the "United States.  ���������   The Sun also says a director of one  of the largest craft compaaiies in the  "| United States  told of  offering Lindbergh a job at anything-he wished at,  any salary, and receiving tills reply:  .  "I cloai't want any more money than  1 am worth. I won't take stny job just  to capitalize my mime. If I should decide to work for you I want to be pate!  what I can actually' cam, I'm not  worth much, except my name, ancl I  won't sell tliat."  reau of statistics from 6,276 firms  employing 886.430 persons compared  with 892,143 in the preceding month. ���������  j  j  Working On Mitie Railway I  Supplies AreVfteing Rttshed Into Tla**  V   . Pas District ..       a. p   v   ;;V  The' Pa|s,:, -B^'n.-^ngifaeorsi^of " the'  Mexico May Buy Airplane , j Canadian 3^a.U6|iai Railways are hu.tf-  Washington.    ���������    Deciding upon a  rying supplies ,lptofTlB6-. Pas? district  "distinct relaxation of the air craft  or war munitions embargo against  Mexico, the state department granted  a license to"the Mexican Government  to purchase tlie tri-motorasd plane in  which Mrs. Evangeline Lindbergh  flew frorh Detroit to Mexico City. The  permission given to Mexico to buy the  piano was tho first- step taken under  the new policy.  Soldiers Frozen To Death  Eclgradc. Jugq-Slayla. ��������� ������������������ raClutching  their rlilos and in piorfeet marching  order, the dead bodies of 17 Holdlers,  frozen in the cold wave a week ago,  were discovered when live Know molted along the rallwtly to Ninh. Hugo  snowdrifts haul prevented a search for  them before.  for an early start on the construction  oaT.;its 83-mile .mine, track. Two of the  system's "'locating parties, aiumbering  50 men, are already^ at work under  the direction of-Frank Haven, reconnaissance engineer.  At present there are between 2.">o  and 275 men1 employe cl oai tile con-  fl1>riiction of the work under the direction, of K. A. Ramsay, superlntendcait.  Those men are preparing right of way  (through muskeg country overlaying  lianestone rock , and boulders and  thickly timbered with trees of medium  growth.  Cutting of tbe right of way staa-ts  ,at the ballast pit four miles from tlio  spur and the objective.for this winter  is Cranberry Portage, 50 miles furtlaer on, according.to HyA. Dixon, chief  engineer of tho west-orn division of  tho  Canadian National Rail way K.   ,  The Death Toll  tjhe project apart from Hie fact  that   '   ^     ,oj  -   It ������u for welentlflc pairpo������os. Tho flight   ,T ���������     ���������,  if. ������������.i- 1 Holy   Ci  would bo In a dlrigllilo  \\\  N'  M.  .1714  Ih Viet lint* Ol' Pn-muion.:.  C!a1g:a.ry,    Alta.--Gat'fie UK    ������������������Garry"  Grailaam, managor    of    tlio    Cadgavy  branch of Uio   Uarber-KHlH,    Limited  member of the Calgniy Rotary Club  ���������omhient numon,  ylaed    iaa    the  ohs   H������eijpilii.l   lacru,   after   lua  > 5 illr.csn which began neai-ly flva? ^*.M������ltJ*a  jn.ga������ with  an atlaia-k  of pttciaiaaouUi.  Relic of Pioneer Ship Mounted  Tin.- glittering {lguruhua.l r-l' tbo  Canadian Pacific Rmprona ol Japan,  pioneer trims-Puailflo liner <-f Ilae vom-  pany,   ban   been onrct'Hl   nt   t"aa.nl  Parle, Vtincuuvoj, a.-s tun Eajntcvj.!.:  1 c5j<: '.     'j?u0 elaboa-aao Jignrciiorul m )x.vic:-\-  of the port.    Tho Kni]ircafn of ,litpn.n  ly preserved and ataad.i on a concrete  litailt ait 3>avrf>w-in-Durness, Knj������iand  in 1890-01, was tne first Canadian  axawed  ship  to ply  regJilni*ly oait  of  Vn"V������������Ma\*r,r faom-a-* n������i.-������ Pna-ffli!.. fth'i wj*.:i  A,*v 1 of Ilae old ellp]>or typo -a.-esr.ol.  wan put Iai 1U"? tllscard a fow y^ar.s  ago, hor plao<������ in tho norvloo being  tah<cu by the grratur KuLpreiiM. , Th<*  ltljuprajjun of J'aputa lauld, as. hImc;'- Ucr  fmiJM-frHor, tho trainrt-Pat'tfie n,,>.--ocl saTuI  comfort    bannev,     'j'lii:-    olet   vcarmJ.  block. With its gleaaviing uyos, glltror-  t or Ing tooth aaad gold, groora rand'white  j)aia������l, it J.*i all that remain:) of Sho  fanmua vor.;������ot. tt v,a'l prrrjcatod to  1he "V.-aaacouvor P.irl-.ia Jloiirl un<\  crec������(!<l  Iiv  taunt a������t'giU������ai'.-'ti.ni>jH.  I'tnal Flgaares Bhdw That ,'J2 CJalldreu  ."T^otit Iat Qucb-re Fire  Quebec���������-Accoralihg ��������� t������ Rev. Mother .St. UoanuaW, superior of tho Hos-  pico St. Charles, the death toil in tho  conflagration which desti-oyed part of  the Institution tan JDecombot* 1*1 <:aan-  not be greater thaa^sa.   *  Hho added that 2H children rcmaun-  od to bo brought back to the boKp������.*-.i-  but that. dcflJilte ta-aee of all.of thoi.t  " h:ul heen wcaired. .c5o far !30 bodies  J have been discovered. Keporta to tlan  effect that, parte of other bodlew ImfJ  beeaa found wore difleoaanted by thai  coroner.  At tho Moisan anorgtic it wjis h(u������<<1  thttt no mieh dloeovery had l������ncn  made, while tho moth or ni-perlor s������kl  that taw far a-a ������he know the ro porta  WW    i'ailtiaj.  \ ^^t^rm+tf&j^&frv^^ ,<im*ni*m>ti**m,\*mk*^*m������~^^  zz+zz^r^rwrizraj}.,^*.** .wr'^���������fii  N  y  11  ^..  THE  CBESTON KEVIEW  Local .and Personal  Miss Crny of Nelson is a visitor this  week with Mrs. Spratt.  Mrs.. Jas. Maxwell spent New Years  with  her son, DenziJ,  at  Cranbrook.  Fob Sale���������Registered Jersey cow.  freshened tJhr.&iRias tfa.y. o yt-ars o������d.  A. H.. Pagotfc, Wynndel,  Hay Foa Sale���������Quantity off clover j made to  have the balance sheet piaiV  ������.. -i*..���������..       F# pOWer8, Camp Lister,    lished before nomination day, Janu.-uy  For   Quick  THKEE PAIR ONLY  Men's Chippewa  Moccasin  7 eyelets, specially  and alfalfa.  Fob Rbsnt���������Fiv������������ room house, jcen-  trally located. P. H.- Jackson, XJfreH-  ton.  P. Hyatt of Bull River has heen a  visitor this week, si gaiest of Capt.  Otitis.  for the  usual services  in Holy Cross  Church.  'Miss Snider of Bossland spent the  weekend in Creston, a giaesfc of Mars.  R. Stevens.  Mrs^ D. W. Dow. of Cranbrook was  a visitor here Inst week, n, guetst of  Mi*s. J. W, Dow.  Ardeay Wilson wais a business visa  tor at Nelson a couple of days at ihe  end of the week.  J. Oavel of Bonnington was a Oa*est*  on visitor & few days last week, guest  of W. EL Crawford.  priced at  XX&L  OQ-O"  '������*  V. MAWSON  Jack Sevan of Spokane was a visitor  here it sew days Sast week, ������ g������������er������t i������i  his biother, R. S. Bevan.  Watjtei?���������Will pay highest cash  price for cattle of all descriptions.  Ivan CnSeii. Box 98, Creston,  B. J.y 5^ inchcormb  IHft   on   Sunday  faai-  Keel   Witlow,   Alherfcaa,   where   he  will visit his father for a few days.  Mrs. W. K. Ketfclewell of Kimberley  arrived ota T*iea?day on a visit with her  putrenls,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   A������ Anderson.  LIMITED  %^jp By B"'   s^. s%l  14������i������i"i  &     H     ^^^S 'all?  ���������J^a^aSw^GNaV  With purchase of $1.00  pkg. o������ the new super-  heen Valet AutoStrop  Blades at  iston Drug  & Book  "Wanted���������-Team work horsef*. ahoait  2880 lb?-.., state price and weigh*, in  writing;.      Altw-rt    Stewart,   Creston.  Fob SAus���������Ohesapoake setter pups-,  parents hest dock and grouse dn*S-������.  ready February .15,    Enquire Review  Cm&Rr.a        t. "���������'  a_^������������*va a,  . Wantbd���������To baay, cow hides for  cash. Wiil.be at Miarareas'& feed sfcos-e  until Janjsary 20th. John ������nrfiek.,  Careston*  L. Robinson of Passberg, Sask.. was  a Chi-tst!i8j;s������N'ew "^feat- week visito**  with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.  Robinson.  23rd.  An extra. special meeting of the  OunacSSun Legion for all . ox-service  men on a mattes' vital to all wall be  held, at 8 IMn? prompt, TaieHday, Jain-  nary 10th, at tlieliegion quarteas.  Mr. and Mrs." Fa-ed Smith  Nelson visitors at the weekend, guests  <ii h?--a parents, Mr. and Mra. J. G?.  Snaithc who on Wew Years observed  the61stanniversary of theia- tianrriage.  Due the unfavorable weather the  tirat-i������f������tht������-ye������r vait-la for aiatf* licenses  has taevn iightea;. thun in I������Ss7. To  date about 20 hav������ heen iSRiied. Ts W,  Baandy -Retting the first purchase.  No. 41028.  The village commissionM-n have  their final **eaaitan on Monday nifghr,  at which only correspondence * will bf������  dealt wain, , A naeetinn- io wind up  1927 ' business wi.s held un Taaesday |  afternoon.  The daick.and geese shooting Rejison  closed on Saturday last. The kill of  these birds'wag not sss large as atsuas!  due to so much open vvafc-a-r on the  flats enablinsr? the birds to keep well  o art of range. y.  The ainniial- meeting of Creston and  District Somen's Institaite will be  held on Fa-adny .afternoon, Jahwaa-y  13th, #t 8 p.m., iai the basement of  Trinity United Church. All sneagafoers  are asked to attend.  the GrahdView Heights section, was  destroyed" by fire on Friday evening  last. The ranch is leased by W. S.  Jtsiish, who Jost a team of horses, a  couple of tons of hay, and some isn-  plenaenfcs. The fire had gained saach a  headway before being noticed that  Mr. Bush   was lucky to f^es out his  fao*t*d   CH!*   thnt-  WHS S*0������S*' ***- "* *������������������������������"������ *o  were l ou the barn."  A. B. Davie*, former road saaperin-  tendent. Rot a hait-raed call to Vuncoai-  ver on Taiesday, dtae to the entirely  unexpected death of his wife who had  only been at the* coast about three  weeks. He was accouapanied by his  son-in-law, Chas. Armstrong. Deceased had been a resident of Creston  for abnait eight years and her death  -wai! conae as* ������ shock toqnitea wade  circle of friends.   '  Canadian Legion Meets  At the regular meeting in the new  quarters on Tuesday night the mem-  bars found themselves comfortable  an  tlao nsets������.y   iit������-naniatru usja.riiui������-ubs.      Aim  hall  ia to  be open to membera aat all -  tisnesy Four'new  aiaereiberB were en  rolled.  It was decided to run a- series of  Cinderella dances. These will be put  on at the Ben a near hall in the remodelled Hatfield barber shop build-  ihg on Fourth Street every Satan-day  niight. The first will be on Saturday  evening- 7th. dancing 9 to 12 o'clock,  . with ftaTHt-cIiiss mi!*>U*.  Ah a matter of vital importance to  till ex-service-men cowld not be saias-  factora.y settled without hearing fritna  all intea-ested it was decided to hold a  special ssaeetinj? on Ttsssday, J.iR*Isai'y  10t.h at 8 p.m. Refreshments will he  served  at. the close" of this meeting  II  1\  AU of us have at least two pleasures in life  ~���������eatiag and sleeping. _ For 1928 tbre, Co-Op.  f^ow.ld like to ssake the forme? just a little iaore  pleasurable, particularly as to quality and cfpst.  3We congratulate ourselves on being able to  .fairly accurately guage the requirements of the  average home, atid in our buying accordingly  you -can absblutely reljr on the freshness iof our  .���������*irtr\f*E.  "vital statistics for December stfow  six. births, _ two deaths and three  marriages.     Of   the   newcoriierrs   five  were boys. >  Bob Maxwell of the Premier -garage  was a Calgary, Alberta, baasiness visitor th** past feve days* returning on  Wednesday.  'In future Christ Chairch Sunday  school- will meet at 11 a.m.. except the  the third and .fifth Sundays when it  will be at 10.15 /  The Ladies* Guild of Christ Church  will hold their annaialmeetinK in the  Parish. Hall at 3 p.m., Taiesday, Janai-  ary 10th. All ladies of the parish aa*e  invited.  The hoard of trade has its annaaal  meeting on Tuesday night. The  gathering will be at the town hail.  Major Mallandaine is the retiring  president.  Mra?. H. L. Robinson  is  a   hospital  patient at Nelson.      She waa taken ill  suddenly on Monday and left immedi  ately, in company waty her   husband,  for Nelson.  then Compare  Kolater m-O  A &m Tub* Set with fllnftlo Control  Martkaa������ tuaw that your an������w Radio  O* 11* aUl that you hop* tor. Teat ���������  ������umta*r������of **t* on facanwaii<p������rf������'m-  rntkcm. 'f\\*t\.U*>iur tjbo SiolaicJr.. Wo  know wltnt your afecltlon will be.  Til* Kolater inMlauM tto tu-periority  ���������poarraaa-antiitonc*. A damonytretlou  doaM not oUlaatto you. ������3l*e auaai a  ���������*U or acouoaan UxUt our *aPu>p any  time.  Kolster  Premier Baraga  **m mm*"  mammummsmmmm  A new competition is aander way at  the curling rink, with prizes of 4  pounds of tea* aind coffee donata?d by  Alex. Derby, the Western. Gtrorers  representative.  The nnnaaal meeting of Christ  Chairch congregation will be held in  the Parish Hall on Friday night, 18th,  at 8 o'clock. All Anglicans are invited to be present.  Lost���������Brown collie dog with bobtail, answers to name of Bob. Kewaad  to party giving information leading to  recoveryi John Marshall, Peaase  ranch, Alice Siding.  There are still a couple of games to  be. pliayed  an  the   president  vs. vice  president curling competition, but the  latter lntvo a lead  that makes then)  look like certain winners.  Creston     Poet     of   the     Canadian  Legion  give   the  first of a  series  of  (dances in fche Bentnger H������dl on Saturday  night. 7tli,   with   dancing   from  0 to 12 p.m.    $1 per couple.  Gaaarantors of the Arrow Creek  Taa Igautioaa District survey uro to meet  on Taaeodaay afternoon, ]0th, at 8 p.m.,  to iivi*aiige some important matters In  connection with the project.  John Batman held the lucky ticket  on the drawing for n dre&sed turkey  ut tla(j Gav.iatt' liWti.ro <>" S/.U,t'd������y  night. There was a fine tua-noaafc forth e film, -'Drums of fche Desert."  The P, Burns Company branch at  Grutilnu re por tt������ aaboait tho blggcab  Obi'iatraian aind New Y0"1' biaainoaa  over in the pt-ultiy line. The Now  Year trade waia aanaisaaally heavy.  "I la������-i vaiinge aaiaiitor, J\, Sitencwr,  ctvmatietaced work at tho fla-sfc of tho  wacek mi fche annual aantlt raf tlao yll-  laagaa   lawcaaianth, aiad aaveay effort will be  Members of the B.C. F.G.A. should  be oaat for the meeting in Trinity  Church basement on Safcaarday afte������--  nnon, at which a delegate will be  chosen to attend the annual meeting  at Kela.������wna nest week.  The vlslage desk Is at work making  ua> the voters list to be used at the  village election on the 28tb, and will  post a copy of the list at the town ha������i  on Monday next. Only persons who  have  paid   taxes  or trade licenses for  $5 tn- over will be at>le t o vote. .  *'  In accordance ? with the Public  Libraries* Act ������t the annaial meeting  of Cresti>n and District Paablic Liba*������ai-y  -a all be held on Monday. January 9th.  at3 p.m.. at the municipal hall. AI!  tnetaaberasc new- and old. ������*ire j^sked to  niitke  a  special effort  to  be pa*esent.  On  account of  rather short notice  . athe? turnout in costume at the fis^t  of  the   season's  fancy dress carnivals al  Oi-eston  skating  aink was Jirily faii*ly  well   attended on Monday night, with  the prizes awarded   hs  follows:    Best  ladies*  costalane. Miss  Lyda'Johnson,  "Irish Colleen."    B^sfc geait's costume,  Sam Steenstrup,."Continental! Sheik.**  La diet"  comic, Mrs. J. H. Carr, "Irish  Gentleman/'     Gent's   comic,   Arthur  Ca>ulabg, Train p.     Best   dressed   boy,  Arthur     Sheers*     Chinaman.      .Bf*sfc  dretsed   girl, Jean   McCreath,. Scotch  lassie.    Lady and   gentleman  skater.  Miss   Lyda  Johnson, Mrs. J. H. Can-.  The   judges    were   Mrs.  M. 3. Boyd,  Principal  Levers   and , "\ ic. .Mawson.  and  Manager  Wnylett cea-tuanly pro-  yaded  a splendid sheet of tee for the  occasion. ������.       ��������� -  The village bank account bulged  another $1322.67 on Tuesday morning  when treasurer W. -O. Taylor deposit  ed the cheque faiff the second insr.al  ment of Ca-eston's share of the 1927  laipaoi* profits. The Hist instalment  received at natdsuiianiei- was slightly  larger.  The'barn   on  Mrs. Mead's ranch, in  And in specializing in-staple lines We get the  quick turnover with the inevitable lower cost of  doing business which bbnefit, as co-operationists,  we pass on to you in the shape of Vmpre attractive prices. -.���������'��������� '���������'.>;.'.���������;���������.' .; "-;: ��������� ���������  " This has been the experience of our cpn-  stantly-growin-g list of customers, and we invite  you to share in these bemetits. v  ...jlverytsssng carried  and iProvision Store is here.  in /������������' 'fj'sljv ww������r>iiJjo������������r������'/7t������������*������*������jo������wi������r  Come 'oh in and  ,���������, &run**v*tri\i.   ^XS������V   *|^VV/V| ������A������,VaLavA b vnj������ai  IK  m  Haiwea WW  0 auLBara-V  ���������aw  Tw@ Slsris  pVCUal--8V     fliWBBaal  eessvRssws  In any of tnese lines we are preparea to tase care  of vouIe' every requirement promptly and at prices that  will satisfy.    We are handling --  Maple Leaf and Robin Hooch  GRAND THEATRE  , SATURDAY, JAH.  7  3S=  ���������Great as a book.  ���������GreateJ as a film.  Timothy, AifaIia5 Prairie Hsty  Bran, Shorts, Barley Chop, Crushed Oats, Chopped  Oats, Wheat, Etc., always on hand.  COAL  GALT���������the best mined  Eg ^s?"  oOREATH  TTnuniva.j'iu.  a-aTiaajfM  aarianriaaai-g' ���������' ���������wtv  >  nn  Understanding  Heart1  PETER B. KYVE'8 Rreat story of  fcho girl who shielded   ������ oonviofc  from   pursuit  in n   lonely fore-^  outpoab ib here at last in pictures.  Tetlina foa? the Tarafc time fcho ffavBoin-  ataiaH tale of tho Foreat Rnnf-sors  ���������tho perils and adventures tliey  moot Prom day to day.(  Uiienditin  thrill   ou   thrill   in   fche  romaaaoo that won the applause oP  million!* uo a Ma������azii.o Story*,  M������G~iM News and Two-Reel  Oar Gang Comedy  P. BURNS & CO., LlUi  MEAT MERCHANTS  essTfflr'vrv 'i" 8f'-rinr-T"-T"r";r rwrr'-ni i"" aTfrTB"i"'"'"*"'''*''"''"''-'''gs  (TRY OUtt  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An ocononalcail dlah, ea������y to sorve.  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Govornnaont grtaded, lii������h<>Ht qaiullty.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEEP, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS" IDEAL POULTRY i^OD  iaicrcABti.ii e������g production aaid pa-aoduccai better poailtry.    Baay tho best.


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