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Array AAMi-.  :������j������v^B^^j^^^p^^^^^^  -/���������"���������������Wl :'���������*������"?: 4  VOU yXIXi  GBESTON, B;C.|  Fw JANUARY 27, 1928  Ko. 51  St Stephens Has  Successful Year  Closing the year with all ehaarch  organizations in a healthy condition,  Sunday school fully staffed with effl  eient teachers and Hnances in better  eortuiLiftu -than show:. -*at assy other  previous meeting of St. Stephen's  Presbyterian Chsas-ch, the yen* just  ended set a high water mark in its  history.  With an income of over $2,000 from  all sources all debts were reported  paid and a substantial balance in hand  for the following year.  .  The Buaaday Schooi secretary s-eport  ������d an en i oilmen t of 07 with an  average attendance of 85. Holding  t^o meetibgs monthly the girl's  mission band presented amy inter  estarag account of their work the result  of their labor: in cash amosmting to  ciose to S70.  "fhe Ellen Dow Club in this their  organization yeai* held fifteen meet  ���������ngs half of them for woa-k the other  h*if for study. This body Is off ton  good start and will be heard in tlae  future.  The Boy's Steadfast Club reported  holding eighteen meetings at which  aiiuch good work was -accomplished  and is lined aap for an even better year  in 1S2&  The Ladies* Aid and tlae Women's  .Missionaa^   Society    also    had    most  satisfactoa-y a eports lo~ffta������mat.  Dr������ Heaiderfr.-.- and   Ma-, McDonald  wert*    re-elected   as   managers   foa*   a  further tevaaa.  The   conga-egation    passed   vote of  thanks  to  Chaaa-ch Secretaa-y   to Ma-s.  Hose   and    Mi-s.    Bellinger.    Church  Organists; to Mr. Baandy for saapplying  flowers   to   the   Chaaa-ch, .aaad to   the  three leaders of the jun-inr. oa-ganiz  utao-os, Mrs. Stevens,' ^ar������.^3E3^R; .aaad  Mrs. Mcl~aa-en.~Ciim.~----  ���������ouiiivy jriayers, was piT-esesifcedf hea-e  on Wednesday- evening la&sts and  atta-acted quite a gtiod turnout.  W. Dov-?y, missionary student in  chaa-ge of the United Church, work at  Moyie, Ifahk and Lasmbestosi. accompanied by Rev. J.-Herdman, took the  service here on Monday, delivering an  excellent address. The visitor was a  member of Pastes- Herdaaaan's Sunday  school class  at Trail aorue -years ago.  *������"��������������������� ST-"-*-.      .- al*  Bevasi Residence  Village Commissioners  . Although more were expected' to  enter the lists nominations on Monday  found baat foaar candidates offering- fof  election as village commissaoaaers. and.  up tall within a few animates of nominations c.osing there was -great promise  of an acclamation.; None of the  aspirantshad aaaore than three names  on their papere~rwith basinet, sraen  taking little or no .sstpr-pst In this  detail.'     '     ���������    '  Polling .was on Thursday? with a  very lata-ge taarnoiat of the electors to  -mark their b������l!otss, about 80 ballots  being cast. Commissioners elected  for the ensuing two yafsaa-H are Jas.  Cherrington and F. H. Jackson -with  4b votes each, and A. Comfort, who  polk-d *������3. V The dvfeaied candidate  T. M. Edmondsoai, m de a rgocKi showing, with 35 votes to his credit.  tnrjpWMi  The naosta disitslea-oaas   fire   Creston  has experienced tn years was that of  Thursday.   January   19th.   when   the  residence   of S. B. Bevan  was   badly  gutted.   The*- blase w*a3ld appear to be  due   tn   a   dofc������t>3v������   stove .pipe   and  originated in the, second story, and as  tbe family vt/ere steeping downstairs it  had  gained considerable headway before  the-smell of smoke  awoke  Mr.  Bevan.    lie at once notified the neigh-  boa-s  and  the. ahirm whs turned iaa by  Ma J. Boyd.,. -   The   fire   brigade    and  eit-asfens  generally anade. a quick   response and. practically all the contents  of the house  wea-e removed.    Unfox-  tunateBy the hyda ant at the corner of  Hillside Road was ft*ozen and the only  menns of fightang the tire was from  garden hose attached   to  taps in the  Speea-s,   Boyd  antl Bevan   residences.  That the fire fighters did good work is  indicated  in  the fact  that the blaze  was largely, confined   to   the   second  story  which  with the roof is   badly  haa-ned with Uass.pn the first floor-daie  to  watea* and  damages   incidental to  tha hasty- removal of furnitaare.   The  loss is paa*taally iovea-ed by insurance  and as soon as the inspector of insur  ance hud anttdie hts appraisal the work  of rebaaildirag commenced/   Mr. Bevao  cstamates his loss afc around $2000, and  takes this aiaeansof thanking the fire-  tnen   and  ail others who  helped   for  their effective work so cheerfully done*  Ernest MeCabe for a few week*., left  for Creston oan Monday.  Miss Eileen Heap was home for the  weekend, returning to Cranbrook on  Sianday.  Mrs. Jack Cameron and children  arrived from Cranbrook on Monday to  join htr husband, who is the new  yardmaster.  BadmikitoiiClub  at Car*yora  Alvin McMaster, who has been  working at" Yaihk, at-etaarned home on  Tuesday.  Bob Long, who is at Nelson attending high school this term* was home  f oa- the weekeaid.  Eaac Craigie left last week for  Fea-me, and'thence goes to visit his  sister, Ma-s. Hindman, near Portland.  Oregon.  3. Clements is the- latest in this  neighborhood to branch oaat as a  Chinchilla rabbit farmer, lie as operating four pens of them.  Creston Badminton Club had a- very  enjoyable evening on Thursday East  when fifteen members journeyed to  Canyon to take part in a tournament  with the Badminton Club there. The  trip was made by sleigh, Oresfcosa had  the best of the evening's plsy^innttig  nine out of ten games. Following are  tasfc* scojss;  H. I* Robinson and Jam Cherrington. Creston. beat John McPherson  and Bill Clayton, Canyon, S3���������10,  C. B. Twigg and H. GV Greenwood,  Creston, heat CHfiToa-d Vance and  Harry Vaaisckeran. Canyon. 21���������5.  Mrs. C. W. Allan and Mrs. Greenwood, Creston, beat Jack McRobb and  Coxa. Nygaaard, Canyon. 21���������0.  Mra. C. Murrell and Mrs. Hilton.  Creston, lost to Jim McPhersoaa and  Gordon Vance. Canyon, 6���������21.  is. Is.. Kobinson, Csestou, beat Clifford Vauaee, Casiyoo. 15���������1. ������������������ r  H. G. Greenwood. Creston, beat  Harry Van Ackeran, Canyon. 15���������SL  Caaayon Oa-angemen were oaat an faall  foace on Sunday a*t Ca-eston foa- the  funeral of the ia te Totia lioss, who was  haaried that day. Deceased waas a  former resident of Canyon and highly  a*espected.  Mrs. Blair, who left a few days ago  on ta visit to Waamipeg, Man., has just  undergone aaa operation foa- appendicitis, aaaad ie reported making a very  a-atinfactoa-y recovea*y.  Due to the absence of oaar foa-emost  Scotchman, Geo. Davie, who is in  hospital at Vancouver, the arinivei-sary  of Bobby Burns did not have its usaaul  eaaihaasiastic observance this year.  The   J. P. Johiiston   sawmill  Acioipn nagen waaio has been vro?n-  ang at Slocan, relumed home on Taaes-  day.  B. ifoxail of Nelson, with Mass M.  Ca-awford of Creston wafcae Sunday  gaaests of tlhe former's parents.  Tfee latest additiam to the oa-der of!  besaedicts is.rM������%.Ppte Camoe who left  on ^Vaday>aceomp������ni*ed\t|j?;j:Mi8S D.  P*������nsonV for ^Nelw������n. whet������ ;they wea-e  united in m-rrriage. ara-ivlng home or������  Monday.  Miss   Nancy   Sevea*n   a-eiiarned   on  Monday after a week's visit .at Nelson.  Anglican Chaaa-ch servi������-e on Sianday  evening at 7 SO, Sianday, January 2Sth-  P. Andestad, who has been home on  Neisoara Burgess, of Calgary, Alberta,  who has been a visitor at the Hall  honae, has left for home.  Bill ������*ong got back at the end of the  week frona Kelowna, and at the meeting of the B.C. F. G. A. was named  diaM?ctor for the Creston distfict. ���������.- .  The yo������n������ peonfe of this section  Were gaaests of Mies Marceila Sanford  at a most enjoyable party on EVaday  night, which all appreciated.  Java.  iviikk atau Mrs. uiltOu* Crsat=  on, beat Mass Cook and Jack McRobb,  Canyon, 15���������12.  B. La. Bobinson and Jam Cherrington, Creston, beat John McRobb and  Bill Clayton, Canyon. 15���������4.  C. B. Twigg and H. G. ������resawood,  Creston, beat Clifford Vance and Harry Van Ackeran, Canyon, 15���������10.  Mra. 6. Murreii and Miss Cowling,  Creston, beat Miss T. Vataee and Miss  K. Clayton. Canyon. 17���������14.  JJeaiit ot ������&m moss  j    Creston lost a.nother of lis-quite om  i        tt.. -    ..      ������ ���������'    ,i        . ,    ... I time residents on  Faraday last  when  Jas.   Waison.ot    the   Ga-ey   Boyal      About   40   ratep^yer^   including r*^^^  Sranatequarry wasa Waae^s  v^������l.|������i-fl-k^^ Toan   Rosav  who had   been  at   Kamberley    and   Cranbrook    la^tlratepayers' meettaag^5������nfMonday night, jremov^ ^ that it^t^on oa JaJxa,  -aweefc.a. .___ I with 4ae. Cook elected as chairman.  = --������r    ������=-  Si*--K  st  re-  to engine troaable.  'Honae Aca-es," the da-iamaatic  ing of the Creston aand District  WHB  offer-  Coaaa-  Dramatic Recital  One������ Act Plays  Character Sketches  Humorous and Dramatic  Stories  by  Elsie McLuhan  for sssme days,   has  taaa-ned to his work at Cawyon.  A taanst. unfan-tunate accident occaaa--  a<pd last'Wednesday when Mr. Van-  kouglanet, while hauling logs, had the  aailHfoatune t������������ have the load break  with a resultant crushed ankle. Dr.  Hemlea-son wassaamaaaoned. and it was  found necehSiary to take the injiaa-ed  aaian to Oranairook hoi-pitu!.  A very enjoyable evening wan spent  by K.K. Klaab aaieaaabets J,������st Wednea-  tlaay, when the eosainaitaee pub on &  whist rtrlva" foihiwan'B by a������ d������n*-s**. The  winners tab ctaadt- weae Miss Florence  Wood aand Adolph Uagen, with the  consoltation honoa-n goSaag to Olga  Hagen and Caa-l CarlBon.  Jack Cameron was^a baasiness visitor  at Cranbrook a few ..days last week.  Mrs. Martin was a Cteston caller on  Friday.' Ma-s. Talerico and cl.aldrera  were   Visitors   at   tbe   metropolis on  Saturday.  Ernest MeCabe and Mr. Gillie -wet*  between  trains  callers' at Ca-aestaan on  Satua-day.  Mrs. Dibley and Mrs. Heap were  hostesses at a tea in the schoolhouse  on Sataaa-day, proceeds going to the  Comanunaty Hall fiand.  Ma-s. 8weezy, who has been on the  hoarding house staff for the paca-t Bre  moaaths. left for her home a*a Grand  Forks on Satua-day.  Mi's. Smith, who oas been visiting  hea- eon, Paincipal Liea Smith of Sia--  dav school, for the past three weeks,  left for her hoaaae in Vancouver on  Standay.  Mrs.   Baacklanrl,   who   bias   been   a  .patient in  Nelson   hospital  for so tiae  weeks past, an-ived on Tuesdeao, and is  Hgain the guest of Ma-s. Noa-tla.  ���������Fred Payne, who has been relieving  ������?������**?���������  The? ������fifa������r  Little attention w^.paada^be doings  of ,-tbe *rsfcia,ing' ccuisesi,. ?nsbstfe������f:the  session being* taken up , with1 hearing  from the four csstadidates for commissioner for the new two-year term.  Ca-eston Masons housewaraned their  new quarters in the old Speers' Hall  with a bridge nnd whist on Wednesday evening last with invitations confined to members of the craft. There  were some fifteen tabtes in play, and  the affair was very amach nn joyed.  The at home was in charge of a com  mittett consisting of Messrs. M&llan-  afUaaae, Joyce arud Fraeaer who are  rompliniented on all hands on their  lanusual ability as hosts.  One   of  Canada's  Artists,  Foremost  Trinity Church, Creston  onday, Feb.  at RTfiHT n.m.  ftduiis 50c.     OhHdreii 25c.  Miss Emma Hagen is aaway at present, on a visit-with her sister; Ma*e.  Cecil Moaare, nt Nelson.  On Thua*sday and Ftidny sonao of  tlao a uracilers \v������������a-a* busy haaaaling laa-ame  ailfalfa mad auix.d haay frona a c������r delivered to tht������ CoOpeaatlvo Fruit  Growers Association.  Mra. Towson was a toet.we.ftm  trains'  visitor at Canyon on Thursday, ctdl  Ing on  her da ugh tea-, Ma*s. R. Ande-  btaad.  Paed Hagen left hast week for Ores-  ton, where he la iaa sucaired a job.  Mr. and Mrs. Dixie at.bad fnaiaily, who  have been awiay for  the yaaletWlo h"oli  dayaa, aottarned home on Friday.  A whisb drive in aid of the W.A.  will bo lauld In tho schoolhoaaso on Friday, January 27th, mtt. 8 p.m. Good  pa-isw-e* aaid Evfa-iiAalmku-ttkB. AdmieBl-nn  60 ceaatn.  Provinciail police H. Mcl>itren of  Oa'cstaaia   ha������>   boon   here   on   uevea'al  ofiflali.l vimittji Ll.o paaut week.  The amou'il meeting of the Anglican  W.A. waa held ota'WcHlnesdaay at Rta-fl.  Bixsmlth's. The oflfltonrii elected for  tlao coauaiag yoar wwrtas Pi-t-a-ldat^tri,  Mri.. Hlxaantltb; vIcu-preEaldoaat, Mrs.  Towanuiaj aacci-uLikry, Ma*a. Duvldge.  GRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, JAN.  Everything   is "Rosie"  Now!  Clara Bow  in  'Rough House Rosie'  wifch  . BEED HOWES  AKTHXJB HOU8MAN  We kavow you tSaoit(g1.t Oar a Bou������  jaaat about tho darlttaKOBt, imoRb  vavaoioaan latjilo mioB ever in  ������������������Mantrap1* and *lb." Bub  wait till yoaa -ptevt acquainted  with   ''Eoupth   Houao   Bosie."  COMEDY  '^sgrsr*!!* ������*w*d k%nt.t������r Blondes*  M'G"M News  There was a' banner turnout at the  banquet which featured the annual  meeting of Ca-eston Bourd of Trade on  Taaesday night, at which Major Mallandaine was re-elected president for a  thitd tfli-m. J. R. Forbes is the anew  secretary. O. W. Allan wa& elected  vice-president, and the old executive  wiir returned without opposition.  Next week wc hope to be able to publish the president's address which  covers the 102*7 shipments In all lines  in considerable detail.  The laiaU dozen rink������ representing  President Henderson who wore the  losers in the cua-llng competition pre-  sida-iait vs. vice-president thlu sestson  wero hosts to the latter iat a bean  Huppea- served free and easy fashion���������  along with several other lines of good  eats���������dua-ing the progiress of aa cairllaag  tourney at thn rink on Wednesday  night. The win of vice-preslneaat  Mc Lair en's supporters was by a. margin  of SS points, and is the third year in  oncccoaafion the president has been tho  loser.  Tho service at Trinity United  Chaiach hast Sunday was most impa-ona-  ive. The theme eeaateretl around the  home. Tiae hymns and music wea-o  all of the home life. W. J, Truacobt  gave tt a*eudla������g fa-oaia "Than Co*fc*U������^s  fcJutaai'.iji'y iS/ifttvC'' and ait-o uunyr iUTlu-  Old Fashioned Town.1* The bible  roailing watta the ytoay cf that prodigal,  and the choir sang "'The Prodigal,"  and "Home, Sweofc Home." The pastor gave two anonologuca, "Just ao 1  am,1' and "Come IIom<?." Musical  nlambaa'ft) by Mrs. liLtirniaghnn, Mr. G.  Mooa*e and Ma. Fred Smith coantrlbuit*  ed largely to tho sneceua of the service,  whlcla attracted a li-trge congregation  e&tf 0th suffering from blo������)d poisoaiing  caeaeed was in his Fprty-^iW^ yaga^r^^  hod resided in iais district since s-bsut  1S0S.   The remains were brought back  to Crestop and the funeral took nlace  from   the   Presbyterian    Chuirch   on  Sunday afternoon uneer L-.O.X1. auspices. Rev.  W. B. Greer  and   Rev. J.  Herdman  having charge of the exercises at the church, while at the grave  the last sad rites were in charge of the  Orange   order, six   membera?  of  the  order, JT. P. Johnston, John Sherwood,  Jas. Compton, W. U. Crawford, John  Spratt and Matt, fork, officiating as  pallbearers.    Deceased was married In  1016 to Miqs Maud Huscroft, daughter  of the  late  Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Husk  croft, aand ia survived by hia widow  aaad eight children who have the sympathy  of  the  whole community  In  their   bereavement.    The   ������ateeea   In  which deceased was held at all  points  in the valley wast- shown  in th������ very  large turnout to pay a last tribute ojC  respect, as well as in the many floral  remembrances.  CANADIAN LEGION  Creston Valley Post, No. 29,  B.E.S.L., announce a Bridge  and WFilat Drive in PARIStpt  HALL, CEESTON,  Fob������ 3  Of)     1 UMB  '*rnt-sr ���������f-an 'ar'afiTifi  at EIGHT p.m.  GOOD PRIZES  REFRESHMENTS  AcflBTTfeBSS-ion.  Stic. ..-'-"  ������  THE    REVIEW,    CKESTOX.    B.    C.  ^������^>y ^r-nnj/y ^^t.^Sa   -5* ^������^ ^^-fiL  The Orange Pekoe is  something" extra���������a special tea  ** /n clean, bright Aluminum  Government vs.  Private Ownership  It docs not call for the vision of a seer, or the wisdoan ,of a seventh :oai  of a seventh son, to realize that u battle royal is looaulag' tap on the horizon  of Canada's national life involving acceptance of one or the other of tlie two  policies noted in the heading- cf thiy article. It will be a. battle of giants,  with not merely -millions or tens of millions, but hundreds of millions of dollars at stakc  Tite initial stages of this gigantic financial battle are now being- waged  over the subject oi control nnd development of vast water-powers in various  parts of the Iximtnioxi. In mere tiuu> one instance these aire linked "up with  scheuies of canalization, as, for example, the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence  waterways scheme, and tlio long- discussed Georgian Bay Canal project. Al-  ttioaigk both of tlaeso under takings niust be carried out in tho Kast, they are  rrcttters oi: vital interest to Western Canada-.--.  Financial, commercial Jixut* industrial interests in Montreal aaid Toroaatu  ���������a. ay be interested, and araorc ta* less directly affected by the deepening oi* tlie  cfaanneis of navigation between the present head ot" ocean navigation at  Montreal, ancl the head of the Lakes ports of Port Arttaaar and Fort William,  cut ibe more vital concern of these financial magnates is centered in and. upon the development of tne huge water-powers which will be made avail able  a* part of this canal coststrneuon.  The West, ou the other hand, is more concerned about tho greater water-  xva^'s feature aau the eiz*ec-c wiiich the deepening of tlae water channels be*  tv-eeia- the heat', of the Great Lakes and the Atlantic seaboard will have on  freight rates, both by water and rail, on the huge exportable surplus, of  Western products.  So far as the Great L-rtkes-i-jt. Lawrence project is concerned, it ia not  wholly a domestic matter for Caaiada. It is an international matter, inasmuch  as a portion of the St. Lawrence belongs jointly to Canada and the "United  Stales, and the construction, of the proposed deep canal system will affect  approximately forty million of the people of the neighboring republic.  Eastern llnancial interests, whose real concern is to secure private control of the vast water-powers to be developed, are busy raising the bugaboo  oi* United States interference in Canadian affairs, United States control or  C-aaaadian resources, and are urging all the possible dangers of entangling  alliances.     The old,  worn-out  stock  arguanents  used  at  the   time   of the  Reciprocity campaign are beginning to be trotted out once more, the Old Flag  in to be waved, and all and sundry who'do not see eye to eye -with the financial magnates looking with a covetous eye of this wealth of water-powers are  to he classified as traitors to the Dominion.  Manitoba Agricultural j  CoIIssre Re-UnsoH \  400   K>.- Students   To    Celebrate   the *  v   Cphaingg Of V&ge fOi the  ..P'P   ?   VfSnstituilcway  Friend!?' and, , ex-students of the  Manitoba Agricultural College are  preparing**' to celebrate the coming of  age of that institution at a ro-imion  to be held February 16 and 17, for it  is twenty-one- years ago plnce the  charter class- forega tlierecl.  ���������fte-iiraions come with imi'ai ling regularity JrayiMiA.C'!, circles, but this one,  on account of its historic slgaiificance,  is to be the daddy of them all. A big  committee under the energetic leadership of J. H. Evans, deputy minister  of agriculture, is making a special  drive to get tti all ex-students, particularly thoaa who went throtagh tlie  mill on the old site at Tuxedo, now the  military barracks.. The first evening  cf the ro-unlon will be given over ta a  banquet. Efforts are being anade to  secure the attendance of Da*. W. J.  Black, Montreal, President Reynolds,  of O.A.O., and Hon. John Bracken, tbe  three ex-prcsldents of the college. Mr.  Evans -estimates that at least 400 cs-  AggactJ and Household Science grad-  uates will be oh hand, every one of  thean cautioned to leave seriousness at  home.  Tho aCleraoon. of ihe secoaid day  will be spent in visiting the classrooms and laboratories at St. Vital.  Students now in attendance-'at the col-  Lege stand prepared to take tbe conceit out of graduate athletes who maybe harboring any notion that tlaey can  still curl or play basketball. A dauce  at the college will wiaxd up proceedings.  NO BETTER MEDICINE  Headaches may be swiftly and safely relieved by an. Aspirin'  tablet; A most efficient remedy, and there's no after'effect; its  use avoids much needless suffering. Try it next time; see how  soon its soothing influence is felt. Just as helpful when you havo  a cold; taeuralgia, neuritis, rheumatism, lumbago. Just be certain  you get real Aspirin���������the genuine has Bayer on the box, and  on every tablet.  All druggists, with proven directions.  Physicians prescribe Aspirin;  it does NOT affect the heart  AspJria is tlife ttaflo sa&rfc Cr������R3sten>a in Canada) andleaUnsr Bayer Manufacture. Whtl������ M  Ib well feno-wn tltrt Aspirin means Bayer manufacture, to assure ttie public against iraUn-  ���������Uoan, tie Tablets Trill bs stamped -with their "Bayer Cross"  trademark.  Experimental Farm For North  Is What Thousand^ Of Mothers  Say Of Baby's Own Tablets  A medicine for the "baby or growing  child���������one that the mother can feel  assured is absolutely safe as well ag  efficient���������is  found   in     Baby's     Own  Tablets.    The Tablets are praised by  thousands of mothers throughout the  country.    These mothers have found  by acutal experience that there is no  1 other medicine for little ones to equal  1 them.    Once a mother has used them  There is some evidence, too, that, aa on former occasions -when questions   for her children she -will  of great national moment were wo for discussion and decision, attempts will  be made to cloud the real issue Ly again raising- despicable cries of race and  ereod, and seeking- to set one section of the Dominion s^ainst another.  Too freqaaently in the past, with .great national policies at stalte, the  people of Canada have allowed themselves to bo swayed by these cries and  have laecu made the victims of their own shortsightedness and foolishness in  giving heed to such unworthy appeals. ISTow that Canada has largely put  these things into the background and is moving forward to a development and  prosperity unsui-passed in its past history, it is to be sincerely hoped that any  nnd nil such ignoble attempts will receive no quarter from the overwhelming  mass of the Canadian people; that, as a people, tliey will put their foot down,  aiad put it down hard, upon any such campaign, the originators of which are  the real oneanics of ancl traitors to Canada.  "VVo are not proposing: to dascuss the respective merits of public and  private ownership. But we would most earnestly aslc tlie people of Western  Canada io be on tlieir guard, and in the discussions which are bound to take  plaice within the next few years, to keep their minds persistently on the facts  of tho case, and not be influenced one way or tlie other by catch cries, sectional, sectarian, or partisan appeals. It is the national good of all Canada, pres-  a;aat and future, that is at stake.  use nothing  else. Concerning* them Mrs. Charles  Hutt, Tancook Island, N?S., writes:  MI have ten children .the baby being-  just six months old. I have used  Baby's Own Tablets for them for the  past 20 years and can truthfully say  that I know of no better medicine for  little ones. I always keep a box of  the Tablets in the house and would  advise all other mothers to do so."  Baby's Own Tablets are sold by all  medicine dealers or will be mailed  upon receipt of price, 20 cents per box,  by Tho Dr. Williams' Medicine- Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Estsb!is!uxie-aft Is. RSeadow "Cake  District Has Been Approved  Of interest to the settlers in the  far north of the North Battleford  federal constituency is the news that  the federal department of agriculture  has sanctioned the establishment of  an experimental station at Meadow  fLake. The farm will be selected, and  -will' be put in operation, during1 the  coming summer. The telegraph line  built this year, linking up the 55 mile  stretch between Meadow Liake and  Loon Lake is aaow in operation, and is  already proving- a boon to the people  in this remote part of the province.  With better farming facilities and improved conditions for tlae settler, a  development of the agricultural possibilities is expected, resulting ultimately in improved railway aaid highway service.  ITur Farming In Alberta  The growing importance of ihe fur  farming industry in Alberta is indicated by tlie importation recently of  a shipment of 27 pairs of silver foxes  from ranches in the Maritime Provinces. These animals, valued at $25,-  000, were consigned to the National Silver Fox Club at Morinville, a  newly organized firm which plans to  engage in fo*c breeding on a laa*ge  scale.  "BuckleyV  For Throat Health  Carols were first sung in the thirteenth century.  A sip nisht and mozraingr:  ���������orescss aaad hoarseness, and  vents more serious devslssprssszts.  A bottle of Buckley'*���������40 dose* for  75 cents���������is an economical guar-  sxatee of healtbar throat* for tha  *rho\������f'tKcraly, Pleasant to take���������  instant in action���������positive ia re-  limi.  AU drueaUta sell it.  W. K. Buckley, Limited.    S23  1*3 MntunI St., Toronto 2  IXTURE  Act* Ilk* a flash���������  * (taglc ������3p provea It  I  Recipes For This Week  (By Eotty Barclay)  Another Victory For Science  I>ma������a>r Ol Collapse After X'aaeaimonla  Crisis Mny Soon Me Overcome  KoreeaHt of an Lmarsinerat announcement tlaat medical science haul achieved miiothor ������-rc.it. victory was made  before the Canadian C]iab at Toronto,  by PvoC. J. (.'. McLennan, of Toronto  I'Tnlversity.  r*������an;;-ei' oi."    collapse-    following    n  suit of recent observations in the General Electric laboratory in Schenectady, N.Y. '  It was recently -observed tliat operators experimentine- with a long- metre wave apparatus baalit for radio  suddenly had u tremendous rise in  temperature. It soon became apparent tliat if these waves could be controlled and applied to ������odham chloride  ita the blood tlaca-e was a naarlted ab-  ' aovptloii nnd the temperature -was in-  I  1  /*  jmciamonia crisis, caaa.sed by inability' ereast-tl to ii jeflvon point. It iM now bona" the hotly to attain  requisite torn-j lievert by application of these waves [  P'M'.itaia'o,  may be  overcome an  a re-  III im I iWMM.mi.tolHW.UII.iaail.1. MWw^MWWWWiWWW.M>M1.  The Experience of  Mrs.  Roy Brown is Well  Worth Reading  lYtfTiViri., <Vi<.-��������� " t was in a ani-;er-  oialaiBtatc ot 'hniIUj, nay iuji-vcs ftavc way  avitaiplfiT.c.'ly, I- coaalal  nut s1<\vvj>., bad l..a<:k-.  ;h:1io.> and war-i com-  piV.t.ely exhausted ���������  ma u.-ak .will -ileepy  -ua������l caved that J wan  ir.naur-H-.llinl to gtYti III)  a tad taJ:*.- to any Iw.'d,  I w.im ads ">'<���������!. t-iji try  I'������, .1 'u-a i v??, I- iivtualu  I 'i,i>:i.*ri|il a. hi, i\< noth-  '.'���������-'" it-av; I haal n:;avil hrl|x.-al  lite tiiiic I li id r.-ila'r'-ii out' liOflJe  il..' id l>u aap aiad avmind, 1 kept  uri t'd'iM*/ it- and iva*i ronii)lflcly re*  ���������uhihI in hi'ulili.   I raiirmt .niy *--iih-mijtla In  f-Jii-.* of She '3-f IVfjlitf- |",'r-nT'f������t ion' S'of  rlic v.'i.fidi'rr'.il 5������<-Fr< it isivr ana-."���������\li*H,  |<oy \'[n.\ ji, !*!.!? Kin<( Si.  jMI Hi ...Tt   t l.il.lil  , or  lii|llid,  L71Y  j any known temporatura  rearuaired  to  ! destroy different dlserisQ-foi-miaigr or-  gniUHtriH  can   bo    prodnceil    without.  d-Mi^ot' to tiia patient.  UilV   li  i v.'iiii. ;  Millions Spent On Roacts  tuiaauln ilaH P.iailt 7.18G CVIih'N Iaa Lua1  Few   Vami's  Out ol: a total oC R,-l:in tv.iloa of roaicl  provided l?or auidtu* a-.;jviri;r.a������uit n.iathot>  ir.od by tlio CUinrwla II.Rhwaya Act of  1010, 7,*t::a> nil leu hun bnciii eompletod  !Lt 1hc eaid oC the .tifHcail year enditipf  Alarckr. HI. JHUi". T,hi;-1 in tihowti in the  urimaal rep������.5j*t t������J tlie <-ioaniiust'ii'Wu>i- <U'  1-riRliwuyB.  Thin aaallr>n);e was <.'.onntruci<Ml uaKltn*  tin. pi'OA'ialoun j;t������voi'ni.a^ tho I:A:d������;a-al  inibHUiy  wlicrailav   tlan   1 >(������miav������ar.ia   flaav-  [a>i'iinn-ial   laiidaM'laaolt  t.i fairiil.Hla   -!0  prn1  Uaiilt. ol' |.h," cuiil, tlua  provliaci-f tahltvf;'  Ii-ari; ail"  Llir: 3*ci,;.-i1nda.'������'.  Tlio   ivnl iiynil������Ml   Maib!-ald|j.'.iihlv .(-ai;a1   aO'  I Iio hijjli������,v'.y*i wii-* ^ r-i,niin,!a������^,  Cardinal Oolaiin Salad  1 package lemon-flavored gelatin.  iy<* cups boiling water.  Vv: clip canned beet-jailer,  cup celei-y, shredded,  cup beets, diced. (  cup Spanish onions, cut ilne.  green pepper, shredded,  teaspoon salt.  Dissolve  gelatixa  In  boiling  water.  Add beet juice. Whori. cold, add celery,  beets, onions, green -.Ipeppor and salt.  Pour into individual [molds. Turn oajt  'on lettuce, serve .with    Mayonnaise  dressing. Starves eighth.    '  FJCtoou-a^ollur l*io  a,u  cup .sugaa",  2 tablowpoouH flour.]  1 '���������':  t������l)lt>Bpoona  nueKdd  baa Ita*-r.  .Taaico .1 lemon.        :.  X egg j'olk. '\-   ���������  ii ciap aaiillt.  1 egg wliLtu.  Few grjalu'.' t-<uil..  Mix Bugsu* and lloaar, add uioltctl  lnittor, lemon jnlcv, egg yolk slightly  beaten, nallk.. agx wliito satlftly basaton.,  ancl ������alt. I-j������1(.u iaa one crust, (M<\ cover  with incflu-Buc or -not, uh deal red.  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W"2M fr  SWgV^sK'" cittestoN,  b.  a  '/:t  /  mm  A115  1r>fe in^f TWIT**" ������"-ST  KLVIfSW  Calgary.���������Following a debate dur  ing which  every  phase of the question of  grain  grading* was  explored,  the   United' Farmers   oi!   Alberta,   in  convention here, by an overwhelming j oaisiy described as an Englishman and  Spies Are Convicted  7-Tiv6 IVIeh Are Sentenced las 55rila*ti  If or Espionage  London.���������An Old Bailey jury convicted two men of trafficking m British official military secrets in the  interests of Soviet Russia and dealt  a heavy blow to what the prosecution  termed "a dangerous spy organizataon  operating Eigainst the safety of Great  Britain."  Wilfrid Thomas McCartney     vari-  WAS WAR ACE  1  vote declared their opposition to the  introduction of measures^yhl^mig^t  resulj|-inVthe lowering of the stlihdaitvd  - of Caiaadian Wheat on;the markets of  < the world. -  Two -resolutions were presented on  grain gracing.   One  advocated  a  division  of" grades to provide  for  increased moisture content, "tough A"  testing from 14.4 to 15.5, and "tough  yli" fa*om 15.5 io 17 per cent. It was  . sugges|l<|a3 tixe spr"*fa&.4in Pjjjce be pro-  _  portioned; 1*1516 other? resolution asking the fconventionV to    petition    the  ** Govern^eht^tof'einpower tpe Qanadiaii  Board of Grain Commis|teii������rs to allow  a   certain   SMount  bf?" damaged  ,   grain to go into contract grades two  "��������� ' and three Northern. Both resolutions  ., were rejected.  Before      consideration     of      these  ;   recommendations,    they systems ;  of  grain-inspection and gradirig-y now in  vogue  in .Canada were  explained ,in  exhaustive detail by    J.    I>.    Fraser,  "Njhief of the western grain inspection  fommis-  as an Irish-American, and George  Kansdii, a.-youthful German, were sentenced tp ten. years' < penal servitude  eabh on their conviction.  McCartney was accused of being  tlie chief spy and?? Hanson his aide,  in obtaining and Vcoaninuiiicating information useful V toy opponents of  Great Sritain. in, warfare.,Wli'le admitting that not all those engaged in  the espionage organisation hnd been  trapped, Attorney-General Hogg declared the activities  of the  arrested  men haSSbeen halte^i'beforV^a^riaJ  damagecould be clohe.thecountry??'  Summing up, the Lord Chief Justice sai^ttie accused; had Vbeenf convicted of "terrible caSfehces" aiid denounced them, for trafficking in official secrets for gain, uninspired by  any thought of serving their own  countries.       .........  Liverpool Greets  Farmers  f]fv5s?rsn  mas rorv meer rowers  ber of the isoara  oi  Gram  siohers? ?;:;���������??-.??    A:yS-A ...f':v?y y  For nearly tliree hours the two  officials were bombarded witli cmes-  lions from tlie floor of the convention. They were requested to show  how grain standards were set,Pwhy  grain from  the .game -field prodiiced  wheat of  varying gradc3,  the  bene- ��������� wKU tile cases of t^ veterans, said  fits  of  drying,   results ,of vTe-hlspec-; the qlo>e recently. f  Regulations Governing Soldier Cases  Not Flexible Enough  Toronto.���������-As a result of the report  of Col. A. T. Hunter, on his recent investigation into the Department of  Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment here  and ���������> in,.Hamilton, London. Ottawa,  aaid? M<cratreal, tha? minister, Hon.. Dr.  J.^yKing, will ask Parliament to  grant him  wider  powers   in  ������4.ea.iiiig  Bliss  Coki Hind Replied To  Address  y Liverpool.���������The touring Canadian  f ai-mers spent 48-hours visiting Liverpool, Birkenhead and other points on  tlie Mersey River, and their visit created considerable interest here.  One Liverpool paper says of them.  "They are dressed like Englishmen in  their Sabbath best, except for a .few  who give distinction to the jparty by  wearing fii'r coats."  The farmers were welcomed ori the  corn exchange by President Harker,  who assured them, that Canada's  wheat graded as. reliably as a bank  note.  Miss Cora K. Hina3, Winnipeg, replied for tlie visitors in an address  that was replete with information  about the Dominion's resources, advantages and progress.  Capt. F. J; Stevenson, war air ace, The visitors were received at the  and^ meaiibpf pfytlie: Ontari6;Proviia-' city hall by the Lord Mayor, Miss  cial Corps-' wlio crashed to death at I Margaret Beavans. Short speeches  The Pas, Man., 5when his plane nose-j were made by many of the leaders in  /H-uAri -s������ak'h������ha -������*Vk������*-.-? ' ! Liverpool's great commodity handling  business. Conferences were held in the  fruit and general produce exchanges.  The party visited the Liverpool  Cathedral, of which, after SO years  building, only a part has been completed and the complete constnaction  of which may occupy a century.  MANYWESTERN  US? FW?'*t TKfsT Bi-  dived into the street.  Want More Prize Money  Would Have Exhibition Boards Boost  "prizes For Shorthorns  Regina.���������^Calling upon the Saskatoon and Regina exhibition boards to  increase the prize money .for the  Shorthorn classes at tlae two summer  fairs, delegates to the annual meeting of, the Sask. Shorthorn Club here  expressed appreciation at what had  been done for them in the past. Itfis  with the desire to encourage tho small  Manitoba Will Adopt  immigration Scheme  Bringing  tions,   the   effect   of  the^  y At? the present?time, it is said, the  reputation  of the  Canadian  product?! regu^tio-ns Ure not n^xible enough, so  and answer a barrage of queries  bearing upon the movement of wheat  from the time it is shipped to tlie  country elevator until it reaches the  export market.  Claims   weTe   made   that   the   im-  -that/in .certain exceptional cases hardship is undergone by veterans.  Would Be a City  Regina.���������Formal petition for the  incorporation of the town of Yorkton  portant task of inspecting- the wheat j as a city���������the eighth in Saskatchewan  of tlie  country was being placed  in j __b.as been received by Hon. S. J. Lat-  the.hands of incompetent men who  often proved to. be "poor guessers."  To overcome this?- objection >itywas  urged inspectors" be "drawn exclusively from the agricultural population  and not froni the civil service.  Replying, Mr. Fraser declared all  inspectors were required to pass a j  rigid examination before appointment, i  Illustrating the difficulty in obtaining  suitable]hien, he pointed out thatfrom  a recent list of 56 applicants only 12  had survived the test.  "Trading," Mr.' Fraser added, . "is  primarily a matter of judgment. Naturally every man's judgment is not  the same and wherever the human  element enters, there is always the  possibility of -mistakes. In reaching  classification of grain inspected, we  arc solely guided by the terms of the  Canada Grain Act and our efforts at  all���������-times have been ������������������'; to reach some  basis of uniformity.  Mr. Fraser deplored -the increasing  imanber  of varieties  of wheat being  produced iai the country. Fifteen years  ago, ho said, when tho varieties were  .fewer,, tho. ga-ade of wheat had boon  considerably higher than at present.  He cM"f)res3cd the opinion; that half n  ������������������ dosum xai-lcltes would  bb  qiaite sulTi-  . clout.  Television-  TCstOhllHlaoal  London.    Television  ali'eady has  twoii [successfully established between  London nnd New York, according to  "L. Cl, Hutchinson, director of the  Baia-d  Television Coanpuuy.  Prior  to  '."ailing on the Aqultania for Now  York. Mr. Hutchinson announced������������������'f������o-  ..cvot experiments had boon In progress  for u.:z weeka and that roccntly '���������enn-  tact" with New York waa made on  several occasions, it being pofunblc  to v.A'.o the fncea avnd haawl:* of indivld-  ua*.*, although tho foutuivs w-tp in-  dlMlJnct,  ta, minister of municipal affairs. The  .petition was ..signed by Mayor A. C  ^Stewart y and-Tcawn Clerk F. fJ.  Pil-  kington, and"   accompanied    by' the  usual fee of ������250.;The application wil'.  receive tlie consideration of the "Lieu-  tcnant-Governor-in-Council.  Resignation Expccteal  breeder typ show at . these summer  fairs, that the boards will'be asked to  increase the money prizes for Shorthorns bred and owned within the  province. y  y. Jorn ?:Brandt, ISdenwold, was reelected as president, -with Mr. A. G.  Hopkins, Surbiton, as vice-president,  and Chas. Harlton, Belie Plaine, as  I secretary. ??;  Reports from the secretary and  prea3ident indicated that the club is������  increasing in numbers, and that there 1  is a greater interest in the breed ?be- j  ing developed in the province. V     J  No   annual  salef will be  held "mis j  coming fall, as it has been found tjiat j  weather conditions prevent    a . large  number" off breeders attending.  Boys From England For  Placement On Farms  Winnipeg.-r-Thef British, boy immigration scheme has been adopted by  the Manitoba provincial government  and about 50 lads will be brought here  this year for placement on farms in  the   province,   Hon.   A.     Prefontane,  Minister of    Immigration,,    has     an-  nuonced.  Temporarily, tlae boys will be  placed at Manitoba Agricultural Gol-  lege where they .will receive training to accustom them to farm work.  ' Ottawa? f^VJWestern matters- Will  have considerable prominence in the  legislation of the-forthcoming -session  of parliament. Thtere will be a large  additional vote for the Hudson's Bay  Railway and if the anticipated agreement is reached regarding the policr  ing of Saskatchewan, legislation may  be required, although it may be effected by order-in-council. In any event,  the subject, will be before the House.  Alberta and British Columbia also  figure in the sessional ^program and  in legislation defining the boundaries  of national parks in Alberta, An  agreement on long standing points  of dispute wiii be sought.  The re-sufvey of boundaries made  in the last few    months    paves . the  way.     The   fundamental  interest   in  the parks which the  Dominion  proposes   to   retain   will   be   the   scenic  beauty,  leaving  to  tlie  province   the  water powers and minerals to a large  degree.   The Dominion Government is  willing* to  exclude  Spray Lakes ancl  other powers  from the parks,  along  witii the principal coal fields, providing  it is  guaranteed  against  future  claims by the province respecting any  mineral deposits which may be incidental to the  essentially sceiiic portions of the domain. In other words.  it is proposed to establish a new boundary and exclude the villages,  water-  powers  and tlie  known  mineral  deposits, providing the  title to the remainder is left inviolate in  the Dominion. An agreement    along    these  lines is probable. The resources to be  excluded would be held by the Government  until such  time  as  the  re-  ssources generally are returned.  Meanwhile, in regard to the latter  question, there are no new developments. Conferences on the subject la������*L  New Ruling At Ottawa  All  Fee    Of    !?35.00    Now    Charged  Parliamentary   Agents  Ottawa.���������Before    a    parliamentary  | agent can appear before the House of  ���������_ ���������^��������� j qqjjjjjjqjj^ to promote or oppose any  Millions  JS*6r ; Manitoba ' private bill or petition, he must pay  Winnipeg.-���������-More than 3120,000^000 j a fee of $25 and sectire the express  came to the    province    of   Manitbbn  from the field crops for the fiscal yenv  Toronto.���������The    Evening ��������� Telegram Lending April 20,   1927.   according: ��������� to  says the resignation of Hon. Forbes ��������� the annual report of tho, department  Godfrey, Ontario Minister of Health,  of agriculture placed before the legig-  from the cabinet is expected shortly laturo by Hon. A. Prefontaine, Min  owing,to ill health.  ister of Agriculture.  sanction of the-���������Speaker of the House.  This is contained in a "new ruling.  Now there are nearly 30 such measures on record and proponents and  antagonists alike, aside from members of the House, will have to conform.    -  week -between Premiers King and  browTilee arc expected to result in a  pronouncement one way or the other,  when the latter 'has consulted his  colleagues. The Dominion Government is desirous of having the constitutional issue finally determined, after  which it; is prepared to return the resources, but difficulty has been encountered in getting the ease before  the Privy Council withotit some new  intervenant. The obstacle' arises from  the unusual procedure of tlie federal  government appealing a judgment in  its own favor. .  In regard to British Columbia's case  for better terms, a report from Mr.  Justice Martin is awaited. The hearing has made it pretty clear that if  the lands sought arc returned it will  not be in recognition ot a legal claim  but as a matter of equity.  Served In South Africa ���������  Duke OI' ilic'hanoaid Dies At Hoaaia; In  England  London.���������Charles Henry Gordon-  Lcnnox^ Duko of Rii-huaond and C������ir-  doai, and aklc-dc-camp ta> Kiuv;  Georgv, died at liis homo, Godwoo--.!  House, Chichester, after a brief il'-  ncss. Ho was 82 years old.  The Duke oi* Richmond and Cordon sarved as aide-de-camp to Qiu-am  Victoria, King Kdwarcl and KiiiM'  George. He was a l'oi*mar member <<*  parliament aaid was ji colonel ii; the  Saissex regimoait. He was Lord Lieutenant ot Elgin and Banff, and hud  been chancellor, of Aberdeen UniV'.*������-  sity sinco 19.17.  He   served   fai   tlae   South   Afa*ic-ui  -War nnd was mentioned in despat:-!)-  c:'.  STUDYING MARKETS IN EUROPE  Fariaia^'ii   auia.1  ollaci-n   Iatoi'OHted   Jn.Alla.; .T. Haggorty,��������� Oldsa, Alta,; Rob  May SI lady At Scotland Ysural  U innipegv-- Tho I'rovan-riaJ Clovvrn-  ,ii������-aa1. anal iUo. city of Wlnn������pc;r rare  ccnuUhn-ing Hcndhig t-iomc senior calll-  cci*ii of tho provincial and city police  Corc-.o.'A to ICnglnnd to take advantage  nl* a n'pucinl cour.se of lnMtrucUoia.s 1o  bo given ait Scotland Yard at the in-  v It nl ion of Old Country authorities.  other;  VV.     N.     TT.  1717  agriculture in all parts of Canada arc  member.-;* of tho CauiailLau National  RaHwayci Fna-mors' Maia-hcthag tour oj'  FJl-tv-ipp   v.'hloh   1<;   br!i,.'j  **,pr<xa'-l   over'  .Tanuaa-y aiad paart. of Fpl-arunry. Of iho i TMiMiflinan   n-nl   .V.   T\f.   Ocorgo,   lV-Vrr-' 1>pv of (hot .--"^."k.'dfh'nvan Covr<!  ei't .Tohnatoi),   WcstIoc,'lc.    Alta.  M<iCoiancll, Hamlotn, Man,: XV. .1. Pollock and Win,    Guild,    of    Kcinnay,  I Rc-Klccled To I*residency  j Calgary. ��������� Unanimous dcmoiiMi i a-  j tion of loj'alty wan. siceoa-dod Hour?.'  j Wine Wood in htr, re-election (o lb.-  i presidency of the United Farinca-.s of  j Alberta for tho third convention here  | The candidature of tin- veteran IcaO-f  tho plaf.togrnpli ber.-ati.'-o j v.-ur* aant oppa-ancd. Similarly the Irnatri>  in   ailvtmco   <������.r  the  pnrty, ��������� Farmer Women of Alberta express*"-!  of ngrioialtui-e   .-aaad   eolunizatiota  Kd.  "caat; 1'iT>na  Ihey we aat  aao,     aiaiiuiag  Ab-  lloai.    Geaii'gc, iha-lr confldcaicc in  Mr;  Langley, roi-iua'r pa-O'-ialoiit <>���������' the K:\v-  Mnn.;   PrirVer    T>*>vry,    \V.    ir.     >r������-! i:.v.i:h. v:;m Grain Ga-aAver  <5S, anoi'o tlian 4.0 were from Wcstoni  Canada.. Thin photograph in of a portion of the party which left Winnipeg,  ami include,'* Rrneat Rapar, Victoria,  UA?., vice-prcHident of tho Ui-itlHh  Cohnnbla 33aiiryn>������m"������' Anaociation;  Iloa-bert fJcott, di.-itrict agrlcuiturl.'it; oi  tho  Albca'ta  Govei'iunewt,   Kcdgowick,  1    3j-.f:  amicT  who despite prote.'itntions,  i.-naueil lo ^o'c^pt \lu- juv.-'<*'  U.y.W.A.   for   aaalaJljci-  .van.  . 13. Guuri.  v.'RH    !"-''-  ���������z-.cy r.f *.'��������� .-  U'llaiii* Fargcy,  Laa lliv-joaad l>. W. Warm-r, ox-M.l*. of liManon-  ton. lOastcrn aiu*ai making lhe tour Include I.T. H. Arkcll, Dun^lnion Livc-  fitock < "inmninblonor auad Hon. Waaller  aahie,  Man  iea*c, Man.; Gcoa-ge Batho, rripeciad  a*iiprei-03itaiti\e ol' ������Tho Nor'-Wcut  Farmer, Winnipeg; Robert JolmMon,  WJrmipcg; John Ktraichan, Canailisua  National Hiillwaiyn' agricultua'al  agent, Wiamlpeg; and ,1. a. McCowan,  IJa'.cr Ily the <ilsi-*s  Toronto.- The Ontario Logl������l:i:!'--.  will open iai tlu-ce woa-'k.'-i, and, wa\������n.'-  ing ti> The 'JVu-oauaa -Star, it in yo: :,[}''<���������  Lea,   lialtaiHl.ei'   au   agncultuav,   I'rJjaee  ir.i.Uvuad Ijiland. The l.oaiaiMl:i will vi.-iit j the  apiCHtlon   an'  ;ualr������   oi   licet*   by   a  Deniiiui']'  a;a well    n������a    l^nv-ylanrl    ran<l j glru-fi may be a live i:'.me at the v.  maniigau' of the I'afhvay.s' departancnt   Scotland.  | alou. THE  CBESTON  REVIEW  THE CREST0KHEV1EW  issued every Friday &t Oreston. B.C.  Subscription .552.50 a year in advance.  83.00 to U.S. ?>ointss   i rf ? ? ^        .- - .  O. F. H A"3TBi3������ Editor and Owner.  ORESTON.   B.C..  FRIDAY.- JAN. 2s?  LETTERS TO THE E01T0B  Road Policies  Editor, Review :  At a recent meeting of the  Crestota Valley Board of Trade a  joint road committee delegation  from the Canyon Lister-Huscroft-  Srickfcon districts were in atteaad  auce.  The condition of the roads in  their environment was presented  verbally to the Board and the  necessity of haviaiR them surfaced  was strongly expressed.; objection  was made to any targe sums of  nsotaey ---being expended by the  Govemmeait oaa the old K.V. road  bed* rather it wa*s suggested that  the Board shoul i give coaasideration  aaid- sajpport to the question of  betterment of the roads in their  districts. This was aU quite iaa  order and deputation amicably  received.  Since that meeting it has come  to nay knowledge that the Roads  committee of the alaove districts  have by letter addressed various  organizations in Creston on the  same subject and if a copy of their  letter dated December 8th last as  sent out by them is correct then  She regrettable attstnds assumed  by   them   towards  it      any   -idea    of-   discriminating  against other  districts in our Val  ley having their roads put in  pro  per     usable     condition,    on     th������  contrary the Board has continually  urged   the   authorities   time    and  again to better thafi conditions p? a!!  roads and is always willing to back  up any reasonable request from the  outlying   districts   of   the   Valley  realizing  as we do tlaat in aanity is  strength and if the people in   these  communities  saapport   ns   then   we  will support them, there is no room  for disagreement  or  dissension  iu  this Valley on   public policy.  cln   conclusion  I regret tliat the  Committee  did   not   come   to   the  Board  in   the   first  instance   then  there   would   have been no need of  any   mismtderatvandiiag iai ihe mat  ter aaad X would be pleased   indeed  to   welcome  the   gentlemen of the  districts as members of our Board.  E.   MALLANDAINE,    President  Ca-eston Board of Trade.  Fire losses at Feraiie last year  totalled $72,717. A blaze at the  Fernie Hotel accounted for $60,000  of th.fi.  Whist   drives   for church money  flattening oait  at   BVr  making ar  nit*-   and   the    Anglicans  are   now  tryiitg out a cribbage   tournament.  DEPARTMENT OF LANDS  ���������NOTICE  eutireiy  r-\ li_ru*  A|ptMi5������ hm Sfojisg?s?sits for ths  Season of 1928  Application for permits to graze live stock on  The Urowaa range within any grazing district  of ttve Province of British Columbia, must be  filed -with, tite District Forester at Fort George,  Kamloops, Nelson, Prince Rupert, Vancouver,  or Williams Lake on or before March 31at, 1928.  Blank forms upon which to submit applications may be obtained -from the District  Foresters at the above named plaees, or from  the Department of LAndB at Victoria, B. C.  G.RaNAD������N,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  COrSJOrstsO*'   ne   & I Department of Lands, ^ .  ***" ~       -        . Victoria. B. C.  January 13,1928.  this   Board   is  and    certainly  misleading.  The   Board   of   Trade has  functioned'for many years and  -worked  always for the beat iaaterests of  the  Valley,   it   is   neither   a   political |  body,   a   close-  secret organization.    It is supported solely by a small nominal vohiaa  tary   subscription   of  its   ca-analiers  aaid   ita   roll   is at all times open to  membership.  The   Board   certainly   has advocated  the   reopening  of   the  K.V.  road as well as urging   the   better-  meaat of other roads throughout the  Valley   against strong  representations to advocate   the expeiaditure  of large sums  of   Creston   District  public   moiaios  outside  of our owr.  eatvironment   and   I   can   find    no  record of this Board on   our   books  having   at any time  asked or  demanded   of   the   Government    an  expenditure of "an iaaevitable minimum  of  $10,000.00  for  the   construction of a road from Creston to  Port   Hill via the oid K.V. ii-aok"  This   Board  has   never opposed op  discriminated  in  any way nor has  Nelson Assessment District  NOTICE is hereby given that  % Court of Revision and Appeal,  va aider the provision 3 of the  "Taxation Ac:>" and amendments  thereof and "Public Schools Act,"  respecting the assessment roll for  the Nelson As essment District  for the year 1928, will he held  at the Provincial Assessor's  Office, m the Coairt-house Build  ing. Nelson, EC, on Wedaaesday,  the 15th day of February, 1928,  a   10 o'clock in the forenoon.  Dated at Nelson. B. C., January 10th, 1928.  JAMKB-O'SHBA  Judge of'the Court of Revision  and Appeal  ^IIIIM^  Pi  ./,  Long Service  THE Imperial Bank was founded during  the period when farming tconstituted  ���������almost the whole industrial life of Canada.  City streets were once thronged on Market  Day and the teams waited at every post.  Times change���������the hitching post has  gone-���������but the farming industry can never  be superseded. Every day is market day  now, and the farmer is a business man and  a student of markets.  The Bank has always regarded the  farming industry as of prime Importance  and will give aivery consideration to the  Interests of its farmer clients.  OF CANADA  C. W. ALLEN. M������r.  KkwU ������f One Hundred nsid tKirly-five Millions  *., . 14**4. ^ *r     '"      ' ' T *.4.| aL>.   " ..rv.W^aa-*.-J   r-.mt��������� ��������� ir>     i. -   in li M-ftm-jJarfiiiiiil   *.iii   t^l   i Jh* J i^p ITMi,   ii      -tr- n. *aa.r.tii..T^4jr-,    ��������� ,m -n .-j. ���������������������������-������. ,   ���������.mm ���������  avi  QUALITY IS N&VER AN AGQID&NT  II.%h������  of  ^idP-fel.  f  %S^ fl l atOaT^fi        ^  eguiarly preoe  db& BBSS    JHjj^ 4P%     'ES  v?-  si3,au;    Sale  to .  riO  Hani Knnik  U! J    WMUW  KiueeiioS  Furniture  Hardware  and Uomfortable  WEAK  Heavy Clothing, Good Underwear  Socks,   Shirts,   Mackinaw    Goats  1  V  Sleep warm under our Blankets, AJtsiIts  and Flannelette Sheets  uruL-a i  iviiuit-uMPi i iLi.  Ail DJI all V  LaMTED  BRITISH COLUMBIA  The Mineral Province of Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Has produced Minerals as follows:    Placer Gold, $78,018,948;     Lode Gold, $126,972,318,  Silver, $80,787,003;    Lead, $106,976,442;   Copper. $209,967,068;     Zinc, 050,512,567;     Coal  and Coke, $264,090,133; Structural Materials and Misoellaneoaia Minerals, $50,175,407; making ita mineral production to the end of 1925 show an  Aggregate Value of $988,108,470  Production \ year ending December, 1926, $67,188,842  The Mining Laws of this Province are more liberal and tho feea lower than thoeo of  any other Provinoe in the Dominion, or any colony in the British Empire.  Mineral looations are granted to discovcrera for nominal reea.  Absolute Titles are obtained hy developing suoh properties, the seourity of whioh ia  guaranteed by Crown grants.  Faall information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtainaad -gratia by  addressing���������  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  J  N.B.���������Pi aa tiaaally all British Columbia Mineral Properties upon which development work linn been done  aa.ro tU������H������ribed in howio ono of the Ann ami ttenni-tn of tlao Minfnter of Mlaaoo. Tbotio canaldurintjt mining  InvoattnontH nhoiald refer to naacb reports. Thoy are aavallablo without charge on Application to tho Do*  purtmeut o MItaoa, Victoria. B.O. Reports of the Geological Survey of Canada, Winch Building, Vancouver, aare recommended m vahiablo Hourcon of information.  ircpcrts cn������rf������H������>p;������������mh of t,h������ Sis Mtderail Survey Difltricts aire publinhod Bepraraitely, and are avail  able on nppllcaition.  OH  a BBB  THB CBESEOS BE1TIEW  />���������  A^I^AI_  Pkoenix export Lager  BEE3 as a MALT BEVERAGE has a decided and beneficial  place m the lives of human  beings; it is a HEALTH FOOD  as well as a HEALTH DRINK  and has a very nojarishing and  invigorating reaction upon the  human sustain.  The use of PHOENIX EXPORT  LAGER BEER is very highly  recommended as &i������ ai-u to  digestion because it is properb  uivwcuwih ogcu 3i.ni  absolutely pure.  For 1927 "-.he hospital at Pentic-  ton had $3123 of uncolleotahle  patients bills, but cacse through  the year  with  aaa actual deficit of  but |l09a;:?f���������'"-;-��������� v;-i f   .   |: _/ ^ ' J^;.;  * For 'J 1923;  Cranbroc^  had |269  hi rtha, 95 deaths and 73 iaiarrisges. La  July   was  the   busiest tnaont^al? of *  them  all  for the  etorki cupid  as  well as the:: g-Hih^^eaper. ..  V':'y M? ���������'  T. W* How, president of Nakusp  Post of the? P Canadian V Xteftion.  stoutly denies the persistent 'chat  ter as to the legion selling liquor at.  the dances -given by that organization. f?:y  The ".' Women's Institute?!^ ? ��������� at  Nakusp is backipg up the efforts of  the town sohool board to have the  government conduct classes in  basketry work in that town, open  to the public.    ' ���������}���������  2, ISIS   ������T m\k\*\%iSm\-. : V *  "1  aWIlf  f WIMTER  mm  1   Ill's!?!  rw ���������������������&���������������-������w-ff ess ������-cvsb������ ������58 Sas@  A vree-^ or &xmurata%^9  Canadian Pacific Rockies  xbursion TSekets   l  I  ON  S  AT T?  l/eeemner appears ^o xisv������ ese  the coldest^ month Fernie has en  countered sis ace weather record's  have been kept. Oa 19 of the Si  days the mercury went below zero,  with a nue finish at 35 below the  last day of the old year.  In order 't*������f^et a crowd out to  the animal -meeting the English  Church officials at Pentioton are  advertising? in tlae Herald that this  year they will not allow the rector  to carry on in such high handed  fashion in preventing members or  adherents from voting.  MJfffof mad ffSemify  FEBRUARY 3rd to 11th  From all stations in Alberta, and In  British Columbia*  j&evelstoke. Kootenay landing, and East. .  For'fnil anformation ask the Ticket Agent, or write  G.P.BROPH������9 &������sts Passenger Agent, Calgary? Aits* J  WINTER and SUMMER ������  The ROUTE to BANFF I  ���������CgliiyfcBiAi*  J&StGS&Mtti  \  "%/  lour  This advertisement is net published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board or by the Government oi British Columbia.  SYNOPSIS OF LAND  ACT AMENDMENTS  *FSE-*S������S?TIOHS  *V&C3Jitc   Uui*co������7V������t39   Sua.' w������3jr������*al OZwvtTS  lands may be pre-empted by British  subjects over 18 -years of age, and by  aliens on declaring Intention to become  British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation, and improvement  for agricultural purposes.  Full information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions, is given  In Bulletin No. 1. Land iSeries, "How  to Pre-empt Land," copies of which can  be obtained free of charge by addressing the Department of Lands, Victoria,  B.C., or to any Government Agent.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes,  and which is not timberland, te., carrying over 5,000 board feet pes -acre  west of the Coast Range and 8,000 feet  per acre east of that range.  Applications for pre-emptions are to  ,be addressed to the Land Commissioner  ttf the Land Recording Division tn  which the land applied for is situated,  and are made on printed forms, copies |"" ~ ���������'  of which can be obtained from tlie l-and I mo"*n.  Commissioner,  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and improvements made to  value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivating- at least five acres.  before a Crown Grant can be received.  For more detailed information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt Land."  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Stars in  connection  Mm mW������i������&BM&������8������  Shoe and Harness Repairing  S.    welfSJeL  *���������  CSS  irocKe  used, as  advantages*  Money carried in It Is easy to  spend oa Grilles or may be lbs*  or stolen.  'Weekly deposits in our Savings Banls  will accumulate sapidly. &  Small os large accounts are  CANADIAN BANK  OF  C^ip-fey! Paid %3p .$2QgCQQ>������0Q&  Creston. Branch - R. J. Forbes, Manager  Cranbrook~ls   total    are  1927 was about $2500.  loss   tor  Another butcher shop has opened  for business in Veriiou.  J E. Kelderman is putting on a  motor service bet.weeii Rosslaud  and Trail.  Almost 25 per cent, of the cases  tried at Cranbrook police Cvjurfc. last  year were for intoxication.  For  1327 the  nv..nioip  ���������J*S  waterworks system at Grand Forks  shows a profit of over $3000,  286 cases  were   tried   in  Cran  brook   police  court  last year, and  fines totalling $4,165 were collected.  Vernon district had a snowfall of  56 inches in December���������ten inches  more  than  the  average  for   lhat  The general health at Pentioton  was much belter last year than in  1926. 41 less patients were treated  at thn hospital.  tCT*==imgi������gtt  RS3I  Our Prices on Printin;  are Just as Handy as  Your Telephone!  i  PURCHASE  Applications are received for purchase  of vacant, unreserved Crown Lands,  not being timberland, for agricultural  purposes; minimum price of first-class  (arable) land la $5 per acre, and second  class (grazing) land $2.50 per acre.  Further information regarding purchase  or tease of Crown lands Is given in Bulletin No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase  nnd Lease of Crown Lands."  Mill, factory or industrial Bites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, the conditions including payment of stumpage.  HOMESITE LEASES  U'nuui-veyaOi areau not exceeding 20  acres may bo leased as homesltes, conditional upon a dwelling boing erected  in the first year, title being obtainable  after residence and Improvement con-  iULloau, arc fulfilled and land haa been  surveyed.  LEASES  For grazing aud Industrial purposes  areas aaot cnccz&lng -CiS acres may Ibe  leased by one person or a company.  OltAZINQ  Under the Grazing Act the Province lo divided into giasdng districts  and the range administered under a  arasslng Commissioner. Annual grassing permits are issued based on numbers ranged, priority being given to  established owners*   Stock-owners may  ion*. iuw������i������cU.11o������m������ Zox i^^-c ir.sr.r.ss--  ment.   Free, or partially free permits  are available Sot settlers, campers or  travellers, up to ten head.  The News ia not quite certain  whether the extreme cold of December has done damage to Vernon  orchauds or not.  The Herald, in quite happy to  report that at Bonners Ferry last  year there were 39 marriages  nnd  but 13 divorces.  Fernie council has resolved to  support the move to have le||isla>  tion enaofced an Akin k automobile  insurance compulsory.  By a vote of almost three to one  Cranbrook ratepayers authorized  the trustees taa ko on with a $535,000  addition to the 5ai������h school.  The Women's. Auxiliary of the  Enajrlinh Church aty Grand Forka  are happy to reoord a year*n intake  of $330 despite the depression that  prevailed in  the  parish last year.  T, Glover  is   operntinK  a   radio  broadcasting; station ait Bosuland.  It ia quite modeat ns yet. aind   con  rliaod tn two hours alionfc noon eaoh  Sunday.  Tho Anglican rector at Kimberley ia quite practical. In order to  he nasured of a turnout at tlie  aainual meeting; ho hold the biiBii.enn  Besaiou nfter evoiiinft service on  Sunday lmsl, winding: up procw^l-  ir>Kfl with a Wd��������� too,  We are forcibly reminded to pass out the above information due. the fact that this month we are receiving "duns'*  from local business men made ont on stationery^ that was  not printed in Creston���������and in every case on stationery the  Review 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,  and no-higher prices.  If the travelling order-taker���������who leaves nothing in  Creston but a one-day board bill (and not even that where he  travels by auto) can give you a better price than the -Review  it will be good business, maybe, to deaf with him.  But don't overlook the other equally sound business  principle that no harm can come of getting prices locally���������regardless of anything and everything fche order-taker may tell  you about the local printer's limitations.  COMMERCIAL  PRINTING  DEPT  H  WWfj?*Ji*^DSujS[J *&? m  iB-gaiatttgaaaBtFr^  aaeaoesss  -atsacssniisan  3 D ESDfSSS^!8??!89^ DC2S52  sd-if ������  .tTra . immmwi Weston; b  Fr  A ������-|������*������aiii������������    A??- - S>*  JSam^Buk soon, allays the  ihf.snni-natlon and swell-  lac, lulls tbe t;n aline pain, and  ficcta.cs t**i= srtadiicnsnir irritir,-  tion. ���������--. Wliere akin is broken,  featere���������* or ulcerated Zam-Buk  iai doubly valuable because at  i-Ua great Isealine auad  ������u>tlscptic power.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  fSemiwion .Secretary Predicts Kclsnon-  ton Will;Be XorUiern Depot  Tho Rt. Hon. L. c. M. S. Amery,  British secretary of state for .Domin-  ion Affairs, foresees the day when Edmonton Avill be the northern depot for1  a. g-reat.British air line,service across  the Atlantic, north throug'ia ihe Peace-  River Country axid across the Rockies tc Vancouver.  "It is not generally realized," he  said, ''aud only the development ci  an ahriiare across the Atlantic will  show it, that Churchill is as aiear to  Z?,ondon as is Montreal; that Edmonton is a& near to London as is Toronto, and tlaat practically all of Canada is .-nearer to Jiondon than as New-  York."  ;ColitflS  Yield to this  Redden chest  with hot wet  towels; rub ots���������  apply thickly  Clarence    Chamberlin's    third    at-  Isbcpcrimental   air  lhae   sea-vice   will j  London-Dublin Air Service  Would   Ciit   Journey   From   Ten   To  JAnar Hours  Aai air service between London aaid  i Dublin  is  the object of aiegotiations  be commenced' Sn the summer stated  i now  in progress    between    Imperial  tempt to capture the world's diaration i ^ v.. _���������~ ,, ���������  ---.���������  ��������� ; Airways, Limited, and the Air Depart-  fught record failed when he was, Col. Amery, but at will he three or < en{. of thc Irfah ^^ ^^. PasscU_  forced down by ice forming on the j four rears yet before there is a regia- | ^ ^^ n from ^^ tQ Ijiver.  "**&' |lar aivli"e service across the Atlan-j pool ^ aji. ^pi.ess^    At    Uverpool  Erection at Washington of a mo- | ^ and there is yet to be much ascor- j ^ woa.hl change from land-plane to  morial statue of Samuel Oiompcrs, i tamed an measuring air-distances for | ft 15_Jinssengov flyinff���������boat. T_hc aeiial  former president of the American? sueh. a comparison of distances as the'  Federation of Labor, id proposed nn-;^thc feasibility of an nil year air  dera Mil introduced by representative  Casey, Democrat, Pennsylvania.  ! oroayiaag  of  the   dangerous  nnd forc-  of    Iceland    nnd \  journey should be     accomplished    in  about Com* hours, compared with ten.  i h������~Jtu\-4 by boat and twain.  Entombed for more than twelve  hours by a fall of coal in a level hundreds? of feet beneath the -surface,  nine- miners at Haaleion. Pa., were  rescued from their prison n:*ul broaight  oait?vOf tlie mine without, a scratch.  Tho Karl of Athlon e*s term as Oiov-  ernor-General oi South Africa, which  i&xi- in   1924,   -will   lx*   extended   for  "oegan- in  two., years from .Jurn  2.1,  1929,  a  special request  of  the South African  Government and with the approval of  the King.  ���������The Repenteut 3Iagdaler������"' by Paul  Veronese, a picture whieli exhibits  iho? yvork of tlie great Venetian master-pin the lirst fihssh of his maturity,  about the year .155S. has been purchased by the Canadian, ^atkma- Gal-  lory. :  The Alberta Wheat Pool has award- I \  edy.a contract  to  the  ^Northern  Construction   Company.   Ltd.,   and  J.   AV.  Stewart, Vancouver,  for its terminal  elevator at j Vancouver,    same    to    be  completed and placed in operation by  September.. 1, 1S2S, and having a capacity of 2,500,000 bushels. i  One Shot, tlie oldest Indian on the  Blood   Reservation   and   the   only  re- ;  maiuiaig   Indian   that   signed   Treaty '  N*o. 7 in 1ST7, died at his home on the :  Blood  Reserve,   near  MacLeod,   Aha.  fie wau S5 years of age and was bur- j  ied near his home at the old. ��������� agency  on tlae reserve.                           ���������    .  The official Gazette announces that  the  Icing has   made   Baron- Ryng  of  Viaiiy,    formei-    governor-genci-al    of j  Caaiada,  a viscount.     Viscount Byng |  received this honor iai his G5th year, ,  after an active military career which  <Mi������lnd with the (dose of the war. He  was governor-geaieral of Canada from j  il02.1  lo !02<������. i  bicldmg  i ei ratori es  Groeaaland.  Passenger and mail service wall lirst  be developed, followed b,y the carrying of precious cargoes such as gold, ;  gem*., and the like on whic-b insurance \ Gain   New   Vitality   By   Bvailcling  Up the Blood  There are many women  who pass  their days iu    a    constant    si ate    of  weariness. They have.barely sufficient  energy to enable    them    to    perform  .    .     , ,    .   . their manifold    duties.      Often    thev  for  passenger   ana crmmmi   wor������   is   ������ave an aching* head, a miserable pain  CITMIVAV O/^IIAAf   SECCA*?  sJvffsI/ial   0\jaI\j\^L> $jtS,00%JL*i  JANUARY 29   y  THE G IIO WING FAME OP JESUS  Golcloa Test:  "The common people  neard him gladly."���������Mark 12.37.  Lesson: Mark 3.7-12; 6.53-56.  Devotional Heading*:  Isaiah. 60.1-5,  8. t>. _ V  Kxphmalloias aaad Ooanmeaits  1.    Why tho Crowd Followed JeSus,  3.7-12.���������-Because of   the   hoatility   of  Scribes  aaad Pharisees,    Jesus    withdrew with his disciples to Ilae Sea of  Galilee.    The opposition of the rcligr-  ious authorities    was    -growing*,    and  at the same time Jesus was becoming  increasingly popular with, the masses.  Great crowds followed Kim,  for, ..His  Kime had gone throughout the land.  Crowds came from Galilee and froan  Jerusalem; from. 'Idumea and beyond  Jordan; from the region of Tyre and  Sidoai. One day when the pressure up- j  oaa Him of tho throng was* great Jesus !  bade  his * disciples  secure  a  boat  in j  which He  could take refuge. It was'  the f aane of Jesus as a -wonder-worker j  which drew-them. They knew y. about:|  his wonderful cures and many afilict- j  ed ones pressed, upon  Him to touch  Him. Those    afflicted    with    unclean  I spirits fell  down "before hina crying,  I "Thou art the Son of God." He chargr-  I  LESSON No. 19  Question: Why is emulsified cod-liver oil so wonderful a food- tonic for  young girls and %-rorneh ?  Answer: Because it  abounds in nourishing factors that are particularly  beneficial to people prone  to anemia and other conditions due to malnutrition.  .EvSclp yGa!I" SyStSaSl VSiSJaliiai-*  hed���������take  nounsi  ������HillL5lUN  Motor "Driven Sleighs  Plans are under way for the estab-  charges are extremely heavy for each  hour of transportation.  One hug-e  airstrip is being" bar-It by  tlie British air ministry for conunei-  tests   aud   another  being- binlt by Col. Burne\   l'or a pri  vale company.  ed  them  not  to' fmake  Him  known, i Jiahment of a regular  line of trana-  *ir^������������������-t&, ������������M^   .a-r^r. ������������raa^ fi *r    \f0^}?rcnt^us}^^:'y^-'-:;^^^^\voTtatibn  by  sleighs  driven  by   air-  WOMEN WHO ARE WEAK |iSSscailse; lt���������stltieadtoa11 out1 **** ****��������� .���������**������* ,<*#*. **&    i     "What attracted the  ci-owds?   His j Tara,   Siberia,   according   to   advices  power to heal" Yes. His sermons received by thc Department of Corn-  that were so easily un<3erstood? Yes, merce. The route to be covered is 200  Baat above all it was Himself. It was .. 1nnn, ������7���������,-���������.*.-, ���������^��������� ������,.������������������i-Qrt a������>  His personality. It was the Christ that j m,les longr' Slei^hs are expected to  attiacted the people. And isn't it true j maintain a speed of thirty to thirty-  today that where Christ is held up to J five miles an horn*,  the people,    thefe    we    do    find    the j .   %?,Td-V' ,ai^th<?re we( ?������ 4 *������* th^ Awful Asthma Attacks. Ts there a  Church tak ns' her part m the life of; member of vour family'-who is ln tlao  the people.  I Winnipeg Newspaper vm$%  (Jaji'ias  cause  nauola  I Tolloway's Corn    Reaaaover  ^pocdy, staa-e, and satisfactory relief.  3U fL'eriaaji*,     l>ut '  offers    a  Many a imputation haa beeaa gained  without morit aaad many ;a. oaie lost  without fault.  'flic   t'oaag-aa   river  Atkmtic aiccan,  ejiapli<'.>  into   the  HEED THE WARNING.  A     srioca-o     forotell.'t     a     cold.  Nip it in the bud with Minard's.  ���������a  in the back,  and  limbs  that  feel  as  j heavy  as  lead. The whole  trouble is  ; due to bloodlessness. Ko woman need  ! .suffer in  this way. It is easy to obtain a supply of rich blood bv taking-  Dr. Wmium.**' Pink    Pills.    The    new  blood   created  by  these  pills   rapidly  ������ ; ^ui^<ls X,P t]l? system; headaches and _  _j i backaches  disappear,  energy  returns!  and the joy of living- is Xeit once more. 1  Proof of these statements is given \  : by Mas. Ed. JLanore,    Stoney    Point, !-  ; Ont., who says  A CANADIAN RIVER  THAT LOSES ITSELF  Maligaie   Rievr,   In   Jasper   National Park, Has Interesting-  Feature  power of this distressing- trouble? No  service you can render him will equal  thc bringing-'to his attention of Dr. .T.  D. Kellog-g-'s Asthma Remedy. This  remarkable remedy rests its reputation upon what it has done for others.  It has a truly wonderful record, covering- years and years of success in almost every part of this continent, and  Saving's  deposits   in   the   chartered  A river that   loses   itself   so   com-  '���������For a lone" time T I Plotely that no trace of its cotarse can .        ,       ^  _        ,       .   .. -.    ^   ������-������  .    , . .      , -rui   .a. io.ii,  LJjnc j. ���������j banks of Canada at the end of Iv>2a  had been an a very miserable condi-i.be found for several males, as one ol       .���������,������������������.. .���������        - - J ������ totalled   $1,-106,000,000   or   ever   $140  per head of the population of the "Dominion.  house would leave me helplessly tired |tlonal- l^ark, Alberta, which, with aaa ;  ivn<  , and nothing that I did seemed to grlve ! ������rea of more than 5,000 square miles, ��������� _ _        ,  (relief.   Believing-   that   a   rest   might j is tiae largest national playground. in!_... ���������      .  .       - , ��������� ..  1/i-. ������i������ w^^/i   ,��������� mA-,���������-i in *.���������,������������������   %Znt- ] .. -, ,   mi. : (v.      . .   i Millard's Jamment for rheumatisan.  do me good, wc move f. to town, out,; the world. The name of this river is'  contrary  to -expectations, instead  of * thQ Maligne?-French for "bad"~and  I gelling- better I vfas growing steadily |   . ....  ] weaker.  One  day while talking- to a ]  ' neigiabor,   she   urg-od   Tny  taking"  Dr,  j Williams' Pink Pills,  telling- me that  j her daughter had been in a, condition  ,' much   like  mine.  This  persuaded  me  j to ta*y this medicine, atid I have much  | reason to be grateful-that I followed  ' lier advice. After the use    of   a    few  boxes  of the pills,  there could be no.  doubt that they were helping- me, and  as  1  oontijiued  their,  xise  my  health  j and strength, came  back  and  now I  I am doing- all my own work and feel-  i ing  in  the  best  of  health.   For  this  splendid   condition   I   maast   give   my  thnuks to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills."  given to it because where it joins the  Athabaska  there  was   a  ford  which  was much feaa*ed by the trappers and !  voyageurs of  early days  in  western j  history.  Thc Maligne River finds its source  iat Maligne L<ake, about thirty-five  miles from its confluence with the  Athabaska. Maligne Lake is about  fourteen miles long, more than a mile  wide and the largest glacial feci body  of water in thc    Canadian    Rockies.  The fprt^e"*"  ������i<"k������-Hi   tioPt*  ea-nHnn   ill  the Avorid is on Herschel Island on the  Arctip Ocean, aypost of the "Koyal  Northwest Mounted Police.  From this  Maiigaic    River  The pilks are sold by all drug-gists, | Hows swiftly down-hill for about four-  Kor Sc!i<Mi]|iaaio Or Flayliraie  Tliis frock for the ;jmuor miss la  or you caai got them by mail nt 50c  a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brackville, Out.  Tame was whom  banks occupied all  the best cornel's in    our    town    and  cities,   baat   service .stations   sepra   to j  adorn  theni  aiow. Perhaps  that indicate:-- where 1ke money is g-oing".  The Friend Of  AH  .SaaiXcrors.��������� Dr.  Thoanua' Kc lee trie Oil is a valuable  remedy to all those who suffer pain.  Tt holds out hope to everyone and  i-eallzes it by stilling- suffering everywhere. It is a liniment, that has the  bleasing- of half a continent, ft is on  ! sale everywhere find    can    be    found  I wherever enrjaaared foa*.  ]     A lawyer is thc only man who ever  1 comos out ahead   in   oppoaing-  n wo-  tecn miles to    empty   into    Medicine i  Lake, a body of water four miles long- j  and froan. a half to a- anile wide.This j  lake, in soane places, reaches a depth  of 150 feet.  Out of thif) lake there is no known  outlet. At the loot of it ancl for a mile  or so below there is the dry course of  what was once a river. But this bed  is dry and there as neither sight nor  ���������sound of water in or near' it. Aftot  about a mile, a trickle of water makes  its appearance ancl within a comparatively shoa-t distance a river as onec  anorc flowing through the valley.  This is again tho Maligne'River, although from this point to the Atha-  jf? mm  "^^stuM  .-���������mart and practical stylo.    Tlie skirl���������man's will  haa a llared goa*e ait each, side and the '  nock j'h ibiished witli a shaped collar. !  The long sleeves are gathered to nar- I  row wristbands and biattonn adorn the i  oonti-e-front,   closing'.   No,   1342   is   In !  sizes al, H, 10,  1.2 and 14 years,  Size!  ' 10 reqaaires  "2'M   yards SO-fnch,   or 2;  i yaa-ds ra-t-bieh material. Pa-ice 2.ra ceaats'  : the piattern. 1  !     Our J-'iiHliion IJook, illustrating* the :  aaewest and most ]->mctieal Ktyle, will '  j M>IKS WANTF.D��������� T.������ ������k������ 1^^ be'oFinterest to Jov^"lu,mo'dre^:  J1J attau li^h. -icvving- at home, whole JimUcr. VrU:0 of thc }i0fa 10 cenl thf  .ir  .spare  time.  . Jood ]aay. Work sent i copv  any    dl^tuna"<:i,    ������*barges    pahl.    .Send i    '*"' ..^_.^_.._  :*i io up  for pai'iltula"*!'. .Na'iona! jSlanu- ! '  "  faetui'ing Co,,  AloaUr.-a), j How To Ordcl* Pattemsj  HEART MS SO WEAK  Had to Stay Sn Bed  TVlrfa,   .Y\   *\V.i].������rin,   1.ntlabrl.alge, Alta..  wvitofl:--������������������'My   laeiart   -wivh   very weiik,  mjk'I 1 ]aa������'J l.������ hta;- in bud  For llvo Wuukft  Willi it.  Wby do so many,  jnany balaJes  or  s today escape all    tlio    little    fretful  baska, the volume of waiter is never j Bpclls and infantile ailments that used  as   --great   as   that   which   ilows   into   to  ���������ovr* 11m������th?r& "l^511, \\0��������� <lay'  ,,  ,, .       T   , ,a       a       .i       . .,    I ft������rt keep thorn up1 half tho night?  Medicine   Lake.     A   mile .above   the,     n yo��������� don't, know the answer, yon  Alhabnska Tlivea",  tho Maliffne hurls  itself down into a great canyon, hun-  "���������My ninrt aulviseal saae io <alre  haven't    dlscoTorod    pure,    harmless  Castorla. II: Is sweet to tlao taste, .-and  <a������*a* or ftot a,o1( ,,,������,. ,��������� pla...���������, ta.,^ ICn^co'^n^Tnti, AlJnJIh  the tiny system.   Not oven a tlistnate-  1'tjl  doso of castor oil  does so .imach  good.  than u yai'd wide at the top.  Air Route Via Yukon  iireanl Northern Airway in H'reilieled  Hy ]>r. Tluanaiason  Sorema Remedies tet Results  'i.ji'-riri Oln-mrnl n.-'u-' rii r <���������..-. i --wr li������..\ t<r,*  nf ������'.������������������ ���������-'.in. I'l-n.'l.iiii: r.iT.ufi u) J..J1 a-l>llaa  ��������� Il ���������:...���������, al.-.'i'-' I!.I jji.i. Ji..i!ij, -J-....I ii:..'. ]J.  ) ;.���������/..-id -.   1';...! In i-������r,,   I'M'..      Y'r\t������*  SI. |  !.ii-/-tai-i    raico'l   Alt������!i'.i*ilv������  T.al>letn.   prtw- :  ..?'.!,   ..II.���������i>li \ .',    i.<>H'*>invrr. live   ������.li.Vfli*l   J������a������rl-!  fl.'M.     1'i-ii-t.     7.������*     I'm'   1U< t.\iiy    a r������si i Jia.iiia.  Ki.i.-'Vai.    l.i.J.    I'������t<'.    AMI     \VIniilftf;r.  thc New rwarwon wemeov, w������,t  ,:;v:THERAPI01VBJ5nn;S  ������',., I f���������r iiiK������u������������ ������'.������tm .a..  Mo, u tor tctnixa *a  ki> a ii i>i ������������������������������������������������, Hft.arui ca.fo)iioW*������a������i������������������������������K  >.., d   a...   i.u.ting <k������������ji������ i...  ,)i   i.hna ni������||   trom  p... | tr, *.< tf.,.t:..tl������i.t.u^UH^,:,W.tl,l,u*4.���������*  ..Vibh'a'.';s- ���������\Vlaml])e������ Newxpiiper Union,'  .1TTi   Mclaerniot   Ave.,   Winnipeg       {  i  !  V;|1 <>'Tn     Wi -      #{���������/,<* !  ''s.'WR.,'/Nir?b,r  Flo Ichor's Castorla Is purely veR-ft-  nblo, so yoai may Klvo it fataoly, at ftrst.  Bljrn of    colic:    or    con������tlnntloia;    or  tllara-hea.    Or those nanny times when  rr>i.   x*,,a^aa ...in ���������,������v      i      , ., you just alon't lcaaow what is tlao mat*  The \ukoaa will aolaie clay be nun of  *������) ^v roa, Hlcknoafl| on11 ,)���������> donior,  Hu>! main talr a-outes of tho world, pro-1 Hiwayn.  At oilier  limes,   a fow di*ops  vldlngf tin  airway between Asia and  of F.otclaor'aa Castorlai.  En co-no   if tho prediction  nf nr    A.1.       T,1������  doctor   often   tc]\*   yon   lo   ������lo  r    i   mi ineaittion of  Da. Al- ,   t , ahvilya   liy8 puM.eher'i;.  frerl  Thompson,   former  mlninter  of J0theiv preparations   may  bo  Jnftl.   as  pru-Ujimoatt foi- the Yukon, domes train.' pure, .luat   aa   free   fa*om   alaiiKorouji  "Tho airway will be  tho Northern'part of  \\  N.  i ������ I i  Kaniu  Town  u������ ,slm Jiiul taken llveiaa nviala goaaal ro-  Hiiltn  nftan* n very biul  oporntioaa.  4,I took alaajaaa auaal rattano ti.ia.K-a rt.fl.or  a doctor imnifl to ������xaaiiiaao m������ lor Ufa  ijiAuaauKio mnl ho mod |.lia?n> M'aas iioth-  i-tijyf irrojajj; wLtk any lioftrt."  Millnira*.rfl Ifriart troil TSTfirva Pillrt nara-i  fiOo. ft laox nt nil draaKiatJaats Hind clrMilord,  "' oa* will ha ijisi.lflrt alhw.t on receipt ox  VVlu'ia  a  woman  ronclacH the   limit! prl.'o by Thai T,  Mllbaaraa Oo.i Waaiiited,  of tier airjyin/aeait she fjetn naij^ry. ( 'rorenbi, Oast,  or the Yukon to the Aloutiain Islands,"  sjjilcl T*Y. ^hompHoai. "With Liberia hi  ihn North "and China, Japan and tho  PhUlippino Ishmcls to tho Bouth. the  route will ho free from fojy, wind  or snow. Airships will probably be  tho main meatiH of travel, and -stations will be established in the summer mouths hi the Yukon when the  rlvcru su*e opon.  I !>linr������r������VM- Ijliatiiaent faar mwe> threat.  iikon, cornea train.' pure, Just aa free ia*om aianKnroai.-,  ic routed tliroucli i flniKfl, but why oxporiment? HeskleM.  4-mtiBii Columbia i w      tl lt c,oulon witi������ FletehorVrOaia-  lalei,     torin. iaa worth Ita weight la irold!  m>$mmmmmtm0  Children Cry for  ^JV^^^  5SJJSSSK '3OTr;v^ CIUSSTQSr,    B,   C.  /  am  Vammm j������  luuiifi  SI!  To prevent loss of .hair. Dandruff, usually  the cause of premature baldness, may be  cSifeiiy removed by regular shampoos with  Cuticura Soap, preceded by touches of Cuticura Ointment. This treatment keeps the  scalp clean and healthy and promotes  hair growth.  ,  . a&tspae  Saab Trea  by Mala.    Address Canadian Depot;  jS "SMchonss, ltd., MotttretO."   Price, Soap 26o. Ointment  ��������� 25 and uOc. Talcum 25c,  Cuticura Sharing Stick 25c.  ^  "T7 "a**"-**  pT.  ������ iV  r*  BY NELLIE L. McCLUNG  COPYRIGHT, CANADA,  1325  CHAPTER  XVII.���������Continued  Helmi's eyes were two deep pools  of wonder and    delight.    Then    over  them swept fear, like a raw east wind.  "But Jack, have you to go ?3 Will  %T v*-������.������    **l* * \m���������,     vw    JL.\.-������-t> %��������� %*    .1.1.* W    4<4>*~LIA   ������jV    ������.������������������  'V-.X  r *-**.*������     vw ������vu  the north.? I don't want gold, dear  Jack, I just want you���������-big" lot money  makes only trouble."  Jack  kissed  her  and  laughed.   "O  I-tnllYai,   vr������n   -wiai   nof   mine}  -rr������V   2*oin2r  This man I am going with knows the  North. He has lived in it for fourteen  years, and he has the map3 and all,  and it's a great thing for me that he  is taking- me with him. There's hundreds of fellows who would wish they  were in my place if they knew. But it  is just tlie two of us and a half-breed  guide. We have to keep it.dark, because the oil syndicate arc watching  hiui. They know that ho knows whero  the oil springs are. Helmi, he told me  of a hot spring valley there, where the  *U..������Cfc,   tn S3   tiivvsiyia    wtnill,. ?vIlU   UMJ.lCai  plants grow, and the creeks come boiling cut of the mountains. He is a wonder, this man, and to think he asked  mo to go with him, and ?ie will let me  stake my claim witla his and giye me  a share in everything."  Helmi looked at him with deep trouble in her eyes. 'T wish you had never seen gold in the sand, and never  inet ..this man,*' she said, "Now all our  ..���������. good times will_ be spoiled by thinking you haye to go. Jack, I hate  'Tfrione;^ rings  j.and trip, tp Finland���������now. I just want  ?youV|-anclymy nice little house to work  in~--?and makefnice. "Dori^t go, Jack~-  ���������.lust stay with me." ?,���������:���������:  "Poor little kid," Jack said, "I know  how you feel. That was the reason  I did not say anything* about getting  married when I came at Christmas. I  our money. The color fOi- ju������,  that top-knot of yours, is green, and  you shall have a clinging dress of  green satin, with, jade ear-rings and  necklace, and a cloak of sea-foam  green, lined With a sort of flame color that will show a little when -you.  walk. Now, what's the matter ? "  Helmi was looking at him in horror- She could see herself in Mrs. St.  John's room before the glass. "Don't,  don't," she cried excitedly; "that dress  brings bad Tuck."  "Goodnight!" cried Jack, "what dismal old Finnish superstition have I  jarred loose now?"  "No, no, not Finnish���������but I will  never wear a green dress Jack, not  even to please you."  Jack could see he had awakened a  very poignant memory and ag'&in he  wondered, wishing the magistrate had  not told him. Was he always to be  haunted by these  evil spirits of? the  no cif f  JJM-^V    a  If Jack bad not been told anything  he would no doubt nave asked Helmi  more about her past. As it was he  avoided the subject. He hoped she  would tell him everything, and to this  end lie told her all; there was to. tell  about himself. His father and moth-  had died when he was five, and bis  sister, ten years his senior, and himself, were brought up in Toronto by  his mother's sister. His sister had  been very kind to' him, and he adored  her?-' When she-Tsras -old enough she  trained for a private secretaaryV and  got a positiony?with ?a very wealthy  woman, arid travelled with her in Europe for several years",  "And then I seemed to lose her,"  continued Jack, "for when she came  back she had such extravagant tjSastes  my aunt was "at a loss to know how  thought we wolikl wait until T came j to get along with her. She hated our  and blinding storms and lost men going mad with loneliness! . V .. P  Helmi" cursed this mas this Ticspec=  tor who had put this wild scheme before her Jack. She wished the lightning had struck him dead. She interrupted Jack's writing. "What is the  name of this man you will go with?"  "His name is Keith, Tom Keith. He  has his home in Winnipeg, but is seldom there. -His wife and family live  on the Crescent."  ilelmi's eyes biased with sudden  Finnish anger? Keith���������a prospector���������  golad on the ?Nehanni. Again she could  hear Minnie, poor little Minnie, broken and ashamed, telling her pitiful  story. "He said he would stake a  claim for me if I would never tell."  "He's a devil���������he's a devil and a  liar!" Helrni screamed. "X know about  Mister Tom Kelt^i." and she poured  out curses ih Finnish which made  Jack shudder, even though he understood hot a word.  "Helmi, Helmi j    What   is   wrong?  If^^Pm  ,tf**ul***  _. nuilflD$  p==rSBa**.*s== "���������  ^*%S  e  !K^Acfcl  4ue to j*.**.**-  iNOieesT,ON  acid Stomach  ,  S^EAS^****''"'*  HtADACHE  ^*vfoO  What most people call indigestion is  usually excess acid in the stomach.  The food has soured. The instant remedy is an alkali which neutralizes  acids. But don't use ca*ude helps. Use  what your doctor would advise.  The best help is Phillips'" Milk of  Magnesia. Por the 50 years smee its  invention  it  has   remained  standard  \ with physicians. Ton will'Sad nothing  ���������������������������������������������. , ��������� . ,        'else so quick in its effect, so harmless,  Ho-)ar do you know this man���������where  ao efficient.  could you know him ?"  "I knew Minnie," she said, quite off  her guard in her excitement," the  poor little girl'he fooled. He's a devil,  I tell you and you are not to go with  him."  "Come here,  little  wildcat/'   Jack  One tasteless spoonful in water neu  tralizes many times its volume in  acid. The results are immediate, with  no bad after-effects. Once you learn  this fact, you will never deal with  excess acid in the crude ways. Go  learn���������now���������why this method is supreme.  Be sure to get the genuine Phillips'  Milk of Magnesia prescribed by physi-  i elans for 5.0., years in correcting excess acids.VBach bottle contains full  directions���������any drugstore.  RAILWAY EQUIPMENT !  COSTS MUCH MONEY  D&d  baelc from the north, bti  that we did get married, adear. I am | mtes  I  T*iAf fr<*\r* l ���������**���������>���������!  >f living and all cur little econo-  She made no secret of the fact  glad we did, even if you are pretty j that she was going to marry a man  cross at me leaving- you so soon." iwith money���������and she did, a very de-  "Not cross. Jack, but just sad. My! cent old scout, too, who worships her,  heart is cold and heavy, just like a  .stone."  "Now cheer up, Helmi, and listen.  I v/ant to tell ypu what sort of a  <la:os5* we will buy first when we get  Read Mrs. Menard's Letter.  Her Experience May Help  Chatham, Ontario. ��������� "1 want to tell  yon how ro'uch good your medicine  *:V.f*"!fJ:'w"x'!':":������'��������� ������������������':���������.i'V:;.!"1 lUUI dOUG  IHO.     Bc-  fore my baiby  caane I felt so  weak and rundown that I could ���������  hardly, do my  work. My head  ached continually  and X waH aao tlts-  couraged that I:  could cry from  morn ing till nitxht.  I had un other  ,   ^baby jaiatoiaoyear  and a hull' old aaaid it gaive mo aa. lot to  do. So I thought I would try Lydia  IS, Pinkham'rt vegetable Compound,  ������n I had road so much about it in tho  little bookfl. I found a dalforencoright  away sia my head wan relieved and  any tired feolangn gone. My Hister  haul been doine; rvay wiiMhan/j and ������he  continued doii'ag at, nn who said it  anight Hot ano back if 1 .itartaxl to do  il. Ui.{u\n. . IL taaro di<i help iau and I  haul ttalcen jtiHt two bottleFJ when nay  baby eaano. lie is a line bi*-*; boy,  ������iovv nearly ilvo anon thn old. I am  I'tileing your niedielno again and I am  aablca to do my worlc rill by mysolf now.  I nl ways r������aeunnnend the Vegetable.  ("<������faapoaanal to women, aaid uHpeclatly  l;o expa������etant. aaaotherH, aa I bellevas  they need help at those tiaiaen."���������  Mrn.Oi.ivnn Mi-iKARn, 24HarveySt.,  ���������iPiti\Vn\uu, Onlaiioi ' <o  W  r<i  P.  ,7T"  I can understand tliat, too, for she  has a,way with her, I can tell you.  She is good to look at, and she js so  frankly selfish. She loves beauty more  than anything on earth, and would  sacrifice principle for it. Now, she  may love lliis husband of hers���������I hope  she docs���������but I know thl3 that if ho  had been poor she would not have  looked at him.  "I must tell her about you, Helmi,  and send her some snaps of you. She  would lovo you for yonr beauty and  I daresay when you meet her you  will fall in lovo with her, too, na most  people do. But I like to remember  her boat when she waa such a good  sister to me���������hefore Hho went away.  I am going to write to her right now."  This was Sunday afternoon, a dull,  gray day, with a high wind ancl low  hanging clouds. There was no pleasure iia going out. .so they stayed beside their own choorfill ilro all dtvy.  Th ay mountain tops were hidden, in tho  clouds', which seemed to be slipping  lower and lower down thoir rugged  cldco,  Jack was writing his letter on tho  table. "I will read it for you whon I  am done," ho said, "apd I want you to  .write too. It is rather nice to have  a relative to write to in case of marriage," ho said smiling. "I want to  show pictures of my lovely Flaan girl  to tfoauoono."  I [clanI smiled back ut labia. .Her mind  waa concerned with tlio ono overwhelming thought that ho would have  to leave her some day noon. She could  not think clearly becaiuna of thin.  Away in tho North whero there wore  whirling rapids, deep crevleoa In the  ma-iimtralns**,. nnd horrlbln rnnrlnjj eain-  ymui; where there wore bears nnd  wolves,  the potjulbilily ������of utarvatlorn,  laughed; "calm down and tell me  what you know. Don't scream like  that; Mrs. McMann will think I am  beating yon. I may have to yet,  too-���������I can s������e that."  Helmi stood looking at him���������she  would tell him everything���������she must  tell him. She had sworn never to tell,  but surely when one is married it is  different. Jack would keep an oath,  too,'with-her���������it would still be kept!  Oh, it would be such a relief to tell  her dear Jack; He would be sorry for  all she had suffered. Yes, she wTould  tell him every thing. Her anger was all  .asrvrc*.   *tf\*v     **rtA   f\t.rt   "\r\pnmj   UcrVi-r   VigVI  come back to her eyes. It would be so  good to tell him.  She came over to him and put her  arms around him. "Forgive me, Jack,  I am a wild-cat; but it's all for love  of you. Have you finished your letter ? No! Well, I will wait."  Jack was just writing the address���������  Mrs. (Dr.) St. John,  Chestnut Street,  Winnipeg.  "I forget the nuihber," he said,  '-but everybody khbws the Doctor.  Now, come, Helmi, and tell me who  Minnie is, and where?-you-met her; in  fact I want to know a lot of things."  Helmi, stood staring- at the name,  pale with emotion. She choked back  a sob by biting her lip until it bled.  "Oh. there is not much to tell," she  said, as carelessly as she could with  her heart beating* so wildly.���������=-"Minnie  was a ghl who lived in the same  house in Winnipeg, and she said triis  man had said he would do big things  for her, and he was just lying. He  broke Minnie's heart���������he ia a bad man  Jack���������that is all." She did not look  at him when she spoke; she waa  afraid he would read in her face what  she must not tell.  (To Be Continued.)  1  One Sleeping Car Is Worth Price"  Of Five Average City  Dwellings  Canada's first, railway was sixteen  miles long. It was called the Chaisip-  lain and St. Lawrence Railroad and it  ran between Laprairie on the St.  Lawrence River and St. Johns on the  Richelieu River. It beg-an operation in  1836. The tracks were made of wood  and the carriages were pulled by hors-r  es. The following year ������, -steam locomotive was built to pull the train and  the wooden tracks were covered with  an iron surface.  Railroading in Canada has progressed somewhat since then. In 1926 almost t^iirty-flve million passengers  Were carried by the railways of Canada and it is safe to assume that almost every citizen- in the Dominion  has been on board, or at least has  seen, a modern railroad train.  If, however, the average traveller  were asked to hazard a guess as to  the cost of building a modern sleeping  car, the chances are he would he  many thousands" of dollars short of  the correct ;ilg^|a?.erJ^a*ere are few who  know that One sleeping'--car is worth  almost as much ais five average dwellings and that it takes as long to  build one as it does to erect a modern six-room house.  Some information on this subject  was given by the Hon. C. A. Dunning,  Minister of Railways and CaaaJs,  when he tabled the equipment order of  the Canadian National Railways in  the House of Commons during tlie  1926-27 session. Some of the figures  quoted by him at that time-are aa  follows:   A mountain type locomotive, such  as is used in passenger service by the  Canadian National Railways between  Montreal and Chicago, costs $85,000;  a mikado type locomotive used in  freight handling on various parts of  the system'costs $75,000; a first class  coach, $34,000; a baggage care, $25,~  000; a dining car, $47,500; *i coanpart-  Kicnt-observ&tlon    car,     $50,000;     {*���������  "Whatsoever ye do, do it heartily as  to the Lord, and not unto Kien.'*��������� -  Col. iii. 23.  The ministry of little things,  Not counted mean "or small  By-  that   dear    alchemy   whieh  brings  Some grain of gold from all:  The faith to wait as well as work,  Whatever, may befall.  ���������Susan Coolidge.  Little self-denials, little honesties,  little passing words of sympathy, little nameless acts of kindness, little  silent victories over favorite temptations,���������-these are the silent threads of  gold which, when woven together,  gleam out so brightly in the pattern  of life that God approves.  ���������Frederic W. Farrar.  Fresli Supplies In Demand.���������Wherever  Dr.  Thomas'  Eclectric  Oil  has  been introduced    increased    supplies  have    been    ordered,    showing   that  wherever it goes this excellent OH im-  i presses its power on tlie people. No  1 matter in what latitude   it   may   be  found its potency is never impaired.  It i3 put np in most portable shape  in bottles and can be carried without  fear of breakage.  Miller's Worm Powders    not    only  exterminate   intestinal     and      other  worms, but they are a remedy for. sleeping car, $-17,083; an express re-  many other ailments of children. They ' frigerattr car, $10,000; an automobile  strengthen the yx^ung stomach against R2,400; a box car, $2,700; a ca-  biliousness and aro   tonical   In   tlieir .     '   '   '      ' . '   '���������' ,  effects whore thc child suffers from boose, ������3,000; a rotary onowplow,  loss of appetite. In feverish conditions $61,000; and a wing snowplow, $10,-  thoy will bo found useful and  they ooo,  will serve to allay pain ancl griping in >    the stomach, from which childrcn so.  0!d Coimtry TraveHers  Canadian Pacific Operates Througli  - Service To Seaboard  A through tourist sleeping car service from Winnipeg to Saint John,  N.B., will be operated by- tha Canadian Pacific Railway, for the convenience of overseas travellers. These  cars will make a direct connection  with each sailing of the Company's  steamers, thus providing a fast  through service and assuring connection.  often suffer.  Student (to Professor): "What's  that you  wrote on my paper?"  Professor: "X told you to write more  plainly."  The King of Pain-���������Minard's Xiialmeiil  Travel By Canoe  Only Means Ot Transportation In the  Superior Forest  a.Canoes afford the only possible  means of travel in. the Superior Forest  ���������Queti^o Park region along the Minnesota-Ontario international boundary, where tlie Izaalc Walton League  ������f America seeks to create an International park.  It is tbo only large' area left ju  America South of the Hudson's IJay  region whero all travel la by canoe,  The territory consists of plno forest*,  interspersed by a network oE waterways which provide transportation iai  Ono way to prevent seasickness is j all directions and to thc remote cor-  to remain on shore, nets.  Thc Irish harp was originally  quadrangular instead of triangular,  as at present.  f THE  CKESTOH  BEVIBW  Y  Anglican Otiurcli Services  SUNDAY,  JAN.   S^  CRESTON���������8 and'II a.m.  WYNNDEL���������7.30 p.s������.  One AjHrade or  MiL/is. omy  Effective forthwith I am discontinuing haisdling two  kinds of milk���������Jersey and  Holstein. In future I will  have but one grade. This  Is a really splendid dairy  very largely Jersey���������  and wiii sell at  uuinj  8 Quarts for $1.  jreston  R. A. COMFORT  ���������mm**  Music of the World's  Greatest Artists on  Electrically Recorded  All  10 inch  Bruitswiek  Becords���������-Gold,   .Purple  aaad Black Isabel  75  %0*  All 12 inch Brunswick  Records���������Gold,   Purple  as ad Black TjSilisI  $1.00  V. MAWSON  Mass L.yda .Johnson is spsndsn-*r the  week nt Yahk.  Birth���������To Mr. and   Ma-s. C. Hester,  a son, on Jarsasary 21st.  Pr. Henderson whs at BoswelS on a  professional visit. Friday-  For Sale���������Saddle pony. going  cheap.    Frank Putnam, Bi-ickson,  Wood���������16-inch slrtbwooa, $2 rick  dealiv^red.    Rodgers Box Facia try.  WaHxED���������Saby buggy, *������ g<aod eon-  dition, state price. Write Box 87,  Review Office.  Miss Eva Bolton of ELaraibei'ley is  spending a few days with h^r naothev  hea*e this week.  Ma-s. R. Hop wood left last week for  Lethbiidge. Alioita, where she aa  visiting friesads.  Nelson    visitor   lnsat  houae on Mondny.  Cabbage���������For salt* a mMiitsr.y of  cnhbHRP, ������2 pea- 100 lbs. K. Stewart  (Alice Siding*), Creston.  Misses Eileen Hendy and Clara  JSlor.ro %v left on Monday for Waldo  where th^y are v suiting fi sends.  Dennis Hotson.'former cashier ������t  the Ianperiwl Bank, has heen transferred to Vancoaaver, leavinajrc on Sataaarday.  Orin Kayde-n, is no left last *veek for  Spokftnts b.is pulled np at ECellogg,  Idaho, fthea-ft he  has stfctared  a posL  tiitn.  Mrs. Geo. H. Kelly and young  daia-vs&ater left on Tuesday y on & month's  visit   wilh  hea* parents at New West  roinster.  week    returning  H. Ireland left  Kimberley where  position and will  soro������ time.  on Saturday fcta*  he has secured a  be   remaining   fair  The- meeting of the Anglican ladies  held on Tuesday last-was adjourned to  February 7th, when all ladies off the  congi egrttson are invited to be presenti-  Ma-. and Mrs, A, Anderson left or.  Monday for Winnipeg, Man., having  been CHlied; to febsat eity owing to the  poor health of their daughter, Mrs.  de Falaise.  Mr-?. BuckIr**Q������ of Nottlnazham, England who is spending the winter with  her friend, Mrs. North at Sudar, ia a  Creston visitor this week, a guest of  Mrs. Jas. Cook.  ���������5, F. Hayes sob back on TwesdrtF  from Victoria* where he had n very  saaccessfnl trip on eonie business an  connection with Oarestou Keclaraatloa  Company. Limited.  The first job She new conatni-astoners  have on hand is to -pit as an asses?*-  menb roll court of ;revaHic>an on ITehro-  avy 8th.    Aswewsment notices  will   be  go.Rp-* out in a. few diiys*.  The competition aander way this  week at the curling i-ink has* the vio������-  skipa in charge of rink and the skip  playing lead, and substantial prizes  will be given the winners.  The Legion remind of the bridge and  whist drive nt the Pa.iish R.Vll next  Prid������������y ni-ahfc, Felmiai-y 3a-d��������� with  cards tn stai-t aat 8 i������*cli������ck. The.ad-  naassij-iti is 50 cents, which includes  saippei-a  The L-egiors had anothea* ga-to<3 turn-,  out for the ������iaides-el!a dauc������������ in the  Ba^nia-jser lla\l on S������t:.a*day rsisht.  A laanc-h counter.haa been installed  and pata*ons oan now secure refreshments if desired.  The IVadies* Conservative Club rent iaul of their bridge and whast Jrive  arid dance in the Parish Hall to-night,  with cards lo start at 8 prompt. Re  f������*eshtnents will Iw served, and tbe  admission is 50 cent-?.  one grade of milk will be handled, and  will sell at the popular price of eight  quarts for oane <lo!!sr= It is largely  froaru Manager Oooafort's well known  .!ersey herd and is bound to Rive sat.s^  faction.  R. B. Staples Arrived at Creston at  the firat oi the -week after attending  the B.O.F.G.A. meeting at Kelowna  and the Jobbers Association con yen,  tion ������fc Ke&aft... aauoia^., last week. He  will be remaining for about two  months looking after the ranch and  lumber interests.  The fh.als in the casrling club competition for the tea And coffee donated  by Alex. Derby, Western Qrocera  ���������representative,, Cranbrook, were play-,  ed last week, the Joyce rink landing  the tea, while the quartette skipped  hy Prank Staples beat Craig by a  single point to win the coffee.  IN MEMORIAM  In loving memory of Pfce. Ruajsell  Louis Iieamy, Canadian ^faufcry  Babtalfiicn. v/hes died at Orssstuu,  Jauuary S^, W������i.  "He whom this scroll commemorates was nuoibered among those  who, at the call of King and Country, left a!! that was deaar to theses,  endured hardness, faced danger, and  finally iias&ed out of the sight Gb  men by the path of duty and self-  bftcriflce, givintz up their own life  that others may live in freedom.  lieb those who come after see to it  that his name be not forgotten."  Card of Thanks  Mrs. Tom Ross and family take this  means   of   expressing   a   very   deep  appreciation   of   the   sympathy   and  mi&ny kindnesses shown them in their  I receiat bereavement.  s  K. v. ������Vtiaeojt o������ S'iiEi!������B ^&i-m, nn  iajspectoi" ftss- the provinciai poealtr?  rtepartt-uent, was here oai an official  visit last week.  \ illagears are this w������?ek in receipt of  their school tax notices frona the p������*o-  vinciai assessor at Nelson, lhe 1S28  tate u������ 10| mitls.,,  Co*vr For Sale���������Jeasey-Holstein.  seven years, freshened Dec:enilr*es- 17th,  three gallons milk daily, $55. Tony  He t'RsrV "W^nndeL  For. Sale or Trade���������Wall sell or  or tiarte 1500 .b. mare, H yeais old. In  es<;hrtnj������e would take horse about. 3300  lbs.    E. Nougaaier, Canyon.  Hay For Sale���������Glover and alfalfa  mixed, about, thiee tons, $15 per ton  at barn. Reduction ta> anyaane talking  tlae lc������t.    Geo. Jacks, Camp Lister.  Creston High School has reorganized the Literary. Society with Byron  Willis, president; and Fa*red Burnett,  vice-president. , It has heen suggested  they put on Shakespeare's play, "^Mirt-  siansmei' Night's Dream."  Messrs. Victor Gar*rat- and Geo. Hood  have commenced Silling tbe village ice  houses this -week with the fi-<a>zen fluid  Hood's Lake. - It jte aboaat 18 inches  thick and of exa^eilent quaility." Last  winter they supplied close to 200 tons  locally. '"        v"   '  ���������������������������~y.    -'  This week Creston Dairy announces  a change an policy. " Fiona now on but  The Neuf^calometer   j fl*4r--n  BzBBmmmmfmm*.   *B9    JSLW       X\^m\.      mVS      mmm%  *Bs'       wla^# *^a^S9^B9     ^^S9 B9    B9  B   H  &���������$.  for CRESTON DISTRICT  "ww ar  watclh for our prices  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER   &    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BV GASOLINE  We  know  tlaat  if you are sick,  j'our  siekaiestl  is   caaaaed   by nerve  pressure   and   if   thaib   pressure   is  relieved   hy   Chiropractic   agistments   given   with  the Vvare laands  alone, you will get well.    Tbe   new  instrument,    tite    NEUROCALO  METER, shows exactly where this  pressitre ia.    When after taking an  adjustment, the Nettrocalometer is  again applied to the same spot and  yoai. with yotar own eyes, see  that  the preapttre has heen redticed   ������aev  eral degrees, possihly to zero, YOXJ  KNOW that Chiropractic is  right.  The NeurocalomPter is a very  delicate, sensttiv-p itastr������snent  which, wheta plaoed upota the apiiar?:  rSTEXT WEEK.!  WATCH  FOR   IT!  mm ff^ flr_X tf3k H^ T  Tiiursday - Frlda.y - Saturdsiy  JANUARY 19th, 20th,  21st  i.  2.  a.  4,  5.  0.  Verifies the proper places for  adjustmentM.  Ib nacaaHaares the sperifle degree of  "vertebral pressure aipon nerves.  Ib measures the speeliHc degree  of interfea^ence tn transmission  n-f aiaentaal impulses as a result of  the vertehial pressure.  It. prnvoH the ex������et intea-vertebral  foraaitina that contains bone  pa'csmaa'e opoU nerves..  It proves wh<jaa that, pressure hits  been roleuwd aapon .noa'ves ������a.t a  Kpeciflc place.  It proves how much pressure  whs released, if any.  It vek'ifleH the tlilteaenne hotween  cord press aire or or spinal nerve  pa-ensure causes.  a  fa'nm   week    to  yota  are getting  TIH3  REXA'LL -BVO'tTtl-S  bnCelUF! Unllb ������ DllUli dllllfC  OI20. II. 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