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 ,��������� s  Av.  -��������� ������  -rovijucial Iribrarv aol 2B  IjBJ^SJ  Vol. XIX.  CKESTON, B. a, FBIDAY. JANUARY 20, 1928  No. 50  Institute Electa  The annual meeting  of Crestofi  and    Dmtriot   Women's   Insti ute  *4  was held on" Friday afternoon.  There were thirty members present.  The chair was occupied hy the re-  resldent^ Mrs. K. Steyeiis.  secretary  presented an inter  !ei-s?   Association   sit  tiie  Bret of the  week,  Leslie Boffey Ief J. a few days ago for  Longbeach, Calif., where he is oaa a  visit with his uncle, and will probably  be remaining permanently/  t ������**%������*���������*.������-������ rm  ~m***i&  The  est ing review of  effort, whioh "will  where in this isBtie.  1927   Institute  he  found   e3se~  The   financial  report was submitted and showed  that the organization had had a  very Bue.easfat year. "*-  Mra. Stevens briefly thanked the  members for their unfailing support  during 192?, saying thajt the responsibility for tho Institute's  success rested on the membership.  The election of the executive" for  1928 resulted as follows:  ; VE. Driffil and Sam lattlejohn were  naotor visitors toOs-eston lasj-. WedtiPi-  atlay.  &Lv. Spence of the Sash & Door  Company was at his hoaue in Csan-  ..brook for the weekend.  Mrs. AbbersonV who has been  seshiusly ill the -past two* weeks, is  now un the road to recovery.  Dr. Thompson of Yahk spent a few  days in Kitchener last week.  A Weighing party to the Paulson  ranch- on Saturday was the social  event wf th* week, and was much eai-  joyed by all.  O. A.  Hunt   and   daughter,   Clara  wea-e Cranbrook visitors at the first of  th������ week. *  . Mrs. Redd and" son. Will, are back  ���������from Britt,?Aiberta, where they Ssav-S  been visiting wFtth Mr. Bidd since the  Christmas vacation.  Mrs. McRobb and daughter. Nissie,  are Spokane visitors this week.  W.  Fa  President���������Mrs. IL Stevens.  Vice-President   ���������   Mrs. - C  Hayesl  Secretary treasurer���������Mrs.   Chas.  Murrell.  Mrs. Lillie, Mrs. Jas. Cook.  ATiearty -vote ������*? thatiks to iast  esecutive was carried, bein*?  M.rs. Mallandaine, seconded hy Mrs. Cher ring ton. Tea  hostesses for the after.aoon_.were  Mrs. J. I*. Spiers, Mrs. wv������.ter������  and Mrs. Geo. ^Young. The freewill collection amounted to $2.45.  whioh goes Jo the Crippled Children*^ Hospital.    -       V  ���������������������������fa.* ������a*e.  Ji rai o  ���������nored by  RmOm Am Hockley Dead  Word reached here on Tuesday of  the death at Et������BoncJale of K. G. A.  Hockeiy, who was taken to that insti-  tsati.an ������ Eittle over a month ago. following observance by the medical  authorities at Nelson for a - couple of  week*, early in December tn ascertain  his sanity. Hockley was "am fiansna-  ed out of ������365 ejarly in the fall in con-,  nectson with, an -���������operation''*' on his  eyes and the loss of this aano mentally  unl3rtla-nc*"d him. He -wsis about ������0  years o*.a������ge and had Vesisie-d at Oares-  "aton for tbe past fifteen years.  C$%sbUc&n&&  ssh. Seaine is 'in charge of the  engine at,the J. P. Johnston sawmill  at pret-ent, engineer Andestad' being  on tha sick list.  .There was a   l&rjge  turnout at the  dance on Friday night with excellent  music by a travelling Swedish orches  tra from Edmonton, Alberta.  Ounnar Isas-son*-- who whs at Spokane last week seeing? an eye specialist, returned on Satna-day.  , A. O. Samut-lson, va/ho was hurt  slightly \n a logging naishap last week.  as still confined to the house.  .Chas. Fane, who has been working  at Ti-ail for some time past, returned  last week.  Martin Nelson h������s just disposed of  has ranch to Jam Dodds of isrickson,  aand report bus "it that Ma-. Nelson ie  now the owner, of tbe Guy Browell  place. ' ���������'  Nels. Larcafin is looking for the  owner of a_ dark -Jersey- cow*, with  horns, but looks deformed. The stray  came Us tsar place a few days ugo.  that the Yonng people's Club at Canyon have asked that it be repeated at  the community fca5! under the club's  auspices on January ISih.  Miss Irene Johnson, who has been  at Calgary, Alberta, the past few  months, .taking a course in marcelling,  is here on a visit with her parents,  Mr, ami Mrs. E. Johnson.  Creston board of trade oho |us������ b^e:.  advised that the much talked of north  and south highway has been officially  named North and South Panoramic  Road by the U.S. authorities.  A meeting of all the Anglican ladies  is called for 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, January 24th, to discuss a reorganisation of the womens* work in  this section of Chtist Church parish.  kMrs. Cheal arrived on Monday on a  visit with her sister. Mrs. Geo. Kelly.  She is returning to her home in Los  Angeles, Calif., after ' an estendsd  visit in New  sTork and other eastern  ������ Oilers.  After a week of thaw the weather  took a turn for the colder on Sunday  ni<>rmar>if. and with the additional  snow that has arrived since Saturday  cliuaatac conditions are all that could  -be desired.  Aismial Meeting?  Local aiad Personal  i   IMP      ii     ��������� i i '���������. i      ��������� ���������'<     n       ' i .nil          The Presbyterian .Ladies' Aid have  taken the af Lernoon of Saturday, Feb.  Slth, for their usual St. Valentine tea  and sals? of house cooking. ^  "Home Ac-ftes" caught on so  ������������������ "���������''   . ������������������ i_f,       ��������� ��������� ���������        ���������  %V. G. Littlejohn got away on. Sunday to Kelowna, where he as looking  after the interests "of the Valley at tlae  annaial meeting of the B.O. Fraiit-  ga-owers' Ass������Ciation.  'ileo. Leadbeaiter was combining  baasitaeps with pleasure ora a trip to  Cranbrook the latter part ������������f the week.  _^   Nelson VBn-a-gess of Oalgaa-y, Alherta,  ^vvus  ar visitor at  the  Hall home last  week.   '^     P-: 'Pa^A-���������'���������'? V-,.;.';;?-:P'"' P''[ 'V-V  Mtra,' Hnrrison. of Yahk wa������s a visitoa^  inhere a few days at J.he ranch, a> guest  ' ,of Mrs. :fiIcStH8tei*s.  .,-f    V:"?V?  Mrs. WLcK-elvey (.pent a few days on  a visit with ITahk Ti-lend^ Inst v.*^.;.  Mrs. Bon. Lidgate of ^thbridge.  Alberta, who hiisbeen a visitmc* with  her mottferB Mrs.MrKelvey the past  three weeks, left for himae oh   Friday.  W. B. Long left on Saanday for  Relownu where he Is in attend������nee at  the sessions of the B. C. Paiall Grow-  A anecial Roeetine- o*f���������the Cunadaataa  Legion waa held on Tuesday evening,  Janaiary 10th. watb 31 comrades pre*-*  en,t. Many tttatters were discussed  and eight appairatlcins for membership  wea-e received. - Membership now  stands at'34. The matter of a club  license was discussed. nnd after great  .deliberation a motion was submitted  and the coiant was IS for and 6 against  ���������-the balance of comrades present did  not- vote. The secretary was aat vised  to have full datu nn hand for the  Pta rt I ng of ������ cil a a h hy:> nex t meet fn g.  ITeba-nary 7t|a, at which a gatod tairn-  out. is expected.  *'Flesk and the Devil"  Om&S VaOteafc-V vaas ������itw  "���������Bars*** v  - Fob. Sa*lb���������Thirty White Leghorn  PuileEs, JESoliywnod strain. Also  twelve hens and cockerel. $45 takes  the lot. Also one Jersey cow recently freshened, cheap. T, H. Ireland,  Creston (north endj  L. T. "Leveque has been on the  rounds since th^ Isrigation ru:eeting  on Tuesday of last week, and reports  a splendid pa������y np by those- who were  on the eaaarantee- list for- the work  done by Engineer McOuHough. *~  Village   trade   licenses   expired   at  ..] DecfiittberBlst but there has been  no    I rush for renewats^ according   t*S   the  I village treasurer, .���������wh.a 5?ould appreciate a ������aH from all IntewSjtedj^. 192^  Drive ^  UH1IUI3  Under tlie - auspices of  Ci-eaton Women's Conservative Club will be held in the  PAKISH HALL, CRESTON  COKPOKATION OF THE  i      ,���������  ��������� ���������. '��������� ...  ���������������������������....  Village of Creston  Ratepayers Meeting  A meeting of the ratepayers  of the Village of .Creston" ''for  the discussion of Municipal  Aifairfj generally will be held  in the MUNICIPAL HALL,  ORESTON, on  S  ���������3iii  fi-lBii0|  at EIQHTp.i������V  It i8.fi3xp6cted.Umt all; t^n-,,  didatos for Commissioner will  attend  and  apeat  on future  municipal '"administration.'' ? ��������� *:.',  W, 0."TAYLdB> Clerk;  Jan. 17., 1028,  Filming the most niilitarirttic period  ih Oerwi.iny'B; history���������withoiab any  alii Hilary Hceiaes lo it���������that ia the para-  do-xit-iil fent t>f Clai tence Brown,  fttcnoais pcreen director, in **Fleah and  the Devi]t, playing at the Grand  on Saturday, with John Gilbei*t,"Qretav  Gairbaa, Liura H^inwon and a faaaatns  oast, ?;s   -a.  The story, a wlyid alrattia of Gornaaw  life jaaet beftaft* the war, Ib adapted  from the great Siiderntnnn driiana,  ��������� The Und*ying Past,1* It poitriays the  rigid ������aUit������a*iwtic spirit of the time������-������  oven i-aifeeting honae life in its In Hex-  Sble i:otaive-ntionB of love and laaatrriage  which paeclpltaate the taeinendous  draniatlc sltaaatlon Ira the new play.  Owing to tho opening scene**, ������how  lag the interior of a baira-aoka of an  ofihserta"-, school, where John Gilbert  und Lays Hunt-un ato fla-ot Intritriaaced  In the stoay, abaolotely no nallituvy  sceneti ant used,   f  ,The etoa������y i������ tan elaborate pa-odaaction  based on the Sudertniinn  tale of the I  chat moa* who eratmuicd the love of her |  hiat-bnnd|,ti be������Ufriend, bainging on her  home  at, catuclyaiia.   Mlua Gaarbo, the  faaiaoaia Swtadiuh star who recently hue  scored  Hcrtwationul kitcceaanes  in "fhe  Torrent" nnd "Tho TempUreaas,"* pluya  this    tole,    with   ii������aaa*m,   kaaowu   *i.t>  "The   Swedish   Barry-ana-are,"1 as   tho  haiebiand, and John Gilbert the lover.  The  picttare Im  gorgeouoly  staiged.  01(1 eatt'stlaan on the Bhine  were "repro-  diineil-- a conaplt'te ropllca.rf the Berlin  nilla-oad  htaatltm   inolnrtlng Its   train8  ���������Was  bid It at the studio, and   aaa any  i-eniua-kable fuat������ In ucrecn  utagceraft  were carriwl out to naaako the plctaii'in  *������ typically Buroptnan that we wnnhl  linaigirac it Hinted thev^������  ntia  CARDS  p.m.  at   JKiiji-jtiT  Prompt.  DANCING to begin at 10.30.  trade license collections"  Mrs. Lister in charge  of Music.  Adtriissioi*  50c.  Including  Refreshments.  Everybody Welcome.  GRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, JAN.  John Gilbert and  flreta Gcurbo  in  Flesh  the iiv  Here it is���������ono of tho bigijOBfc  productions or thia or any, other  year. John Gilberts {treat Rtar of  "The Big Parade." in his finest  romantio rolo���������a part only Gilhert  oan play. Tho most dramatic and  moving love-story the aoreen haa  aver seen!  REGULAK PRICES  Speers4 sale of Uadses' sweaters' .was  such a pronounced success ��������� that this  week he is tsffesing equnlly good  values -in boys and children's pure  wool sweaters at a sale price of $2,50.  These h������ve ������1! bsen selling regularly  --up'tea* 85.  At the annual meeting oat Creston  and District WomenV Institute on  Friday afternoon, Mrs'K Stevens was  are-electetl president, and Mrs. Chas.  Murrell re-elected secretary. For 1.028  the institute starts off with a meni-  berBhip of nearly 40.  Mr. and Mrs S. B. Beyts, who foi in-  erly resided here, hot'" ������>f late years  have been living at prairie points,and  Vancouver, have returned to town  and ������nre looking over various prnner  ties with a view to buying and naaak-  ing -Creuton their houae.  If the return of the birds is any indication of what to expect in the  weather line it looks safe to predict a  very early spring. Within the wee!*  the Review hats heard of robins,  saseHdowlaai'ks, canaries and hatwks  having been seen or heard.  The secaind of the Legion"** cindea-ella  dances in the Beninger hall on Saturday night attracted a crowd that  taxed the ilaaor spaa.ee to capacity.'  The uaiahlo wad by Mas. Lister, violin,  and Mt-H. Constable, piano., and nil  report a uaost enjoyable time.  Since the keeping of the vitaxl statistics for this district ham been in the  hands of provincial police McLaren,  there have been recorded 83. births,  12 marriages aud 0 deaths. Of .the  nov. Comoro 1? were boyi% The report,  covers a period of eight months.  Monday rrjpxt is nomination day for  village cbnnn lesion era and tit present  it looks ata if there will be at leanat four  candidates for the three vucanoies.  Which is a much better showing than  Kaslo ruaad*-. last week, whon only ono  caudtdatte wouid accept ticnitittaiUm  for hIx vacancies in the council board.  At tho amnunl meeting of Christ  Chaatch on Friday night the Unsocial  Mtatotnent showed that tho total freewill offeriwjafs within the parish, which  extends farorn Blrtlar to Yahk, wore  tho heaviest in the history of the local  <Ji.u.\iit. 12 r.v\v sr.csfibprs v."*vf ������������dd*������d  to the roll, with 20 baptisms and three  nuvrrlitgoH,  Tho    annual    -meeting   of   the  Anfclicasis of  the   Creston   parish  was .held  in  the  Parish  Hall on  Friday    evening.    0������ins   to   the  a aclement. weather tbe  attenasacs  waa only  -moderate.    Tne general  saxjoant    showed    sax    income    of  $2,443.61  with a credit balance of  99   cents.    The  Creston   offerings  and   guarantees   totalled  $503.44,  and     the     outstations*     offerings  $^^8.16.    All the parodhisM orgaa*  izations showed  ft  credit balance.  The  vicar  reported .the   actual  offerings in church were the highest  in  the  history  of  the parish, but  due   to   removals   the    individual  communions were lower than 1926,  though  the- second highest on re*   .  ���������cord.  The nuzsber cf Sunday School  scholars  hx   the parish was nearly  double  that  of the previous year.  An    energetic     branch     of     the  Woceesi's Auxiliary had been foraged at Wynndel with  the  building  of  a  church . as their aim, in addition to the  -aaaal W. A grants {and  atten ion to parochial needs*,  - The incumbent appealed  to the  ladies  oaf  the. parish  to  join   the .  women's     organizations     making  special    mention   of   the   Creston  Ladies'    Guild.       The     Anglican  Young People's Association had to  postpone its -meetings due to many  of the members going out of town  ^^-^Waaark,- ������������������$m&*-^~>tgt^\\:-'t\xfdL>? the  iaociety- had enabled tlio Parish Hall  to be painted. ������  The vicar announced that owing  to domestic reasons he had accepted a colieagueship at Ltakeuham,  Norwich, England, and would  shortly be leaving for his new  sphere.  './���������..  The church committee of last  year was reappointed, but the  appointment of wardens was left  over.  The. parish register showed 20  baptisms, 12 confirmations, S marriages . nd one burial.  Votes of thanks were passed to  the various <?ranuue& oat the churches work for last year's undertakings.  The concentrator at Kimberley-is  now handling up to its full capacity  of 4000 tons daily of lead and zinc  CORPORATION OF THE  Village of Creston  Noticeof Nomination  and Polling  ��������� Notice is hereby given that  nominations of Commissioners to  serve for the years 1928 and 1929  will be received^ by mo at" the  Munioipal Building, Creator* on  MONDAY, JANUAKY 23rd.  1928, from the hour of Twelve to  Two o'clock pun.. Town Time.    ?.,;;  And' in oase more than three,  qualified persona shall'be nominated'.;  a poll Jfor tl ������ election of throo  Commisaaonora will he held at the  MttniotpaV Building, Creston, Von  THUIW3BAY, JANtJAEY 26th,  1928, from iho hour of Nino a. to.  to Seven p.m.������ Town Time.  W. O. TAYLOB,  i Jan. 24, 1928.      Itotumhig Officer. yrr\  m������Vm.W>   iORESTOK,   b.   a  T>?  Often checked with  one application of  Vicks.' J-ust^^ub-'-'OXSK  ?/?VA 5s O v^ '-*mS- ra  Over f?MfUf0MJAJ?s(&������0)&A^  WORLD HAFFEWNto  BRIEFLY TOLD  Sound Controls Machinery  Wonderful  New ?Devicc   Is  Invention  Of Electrical 'Engineer-;?'  A lie-w system of supervision and  'coia:|i*ol ffey - whia|������r" o|pra|prTlgi^|ng&-  ''chi'rafery can bo, eplcd Sn^ii-c :t���������lKp^ne'  ���������andVaskedqucspbhs and giVenmstruc-  tions. was demonstrated   recently   in  m  and i  New YoKk City, .U;S.A., at tJneVoflicea  ol* the    Westinghouse'   TSleetarie  Manufacturing? Company.  -' 'This . systemy which is  e ailed  tlae 4  j 'TelcvocalV System, represents the Iat-1  i'est step in the -.automatic oj>eratioiis of.)  1 distant   macliinevyi'!   aaid   Mr.   R,,. f J, I  , Wonsley,   Westmg-hqaase .engineer,;' in j  Colonel Charles  A. Lindbergh has j explaining the device of ^which he ;*is '  been invited to make a gcod-wili totar j the inventor. ^ ���������"       ; *  of Alaska next summer. }     "By  means:of  It,, not only   can^ -a;  {load dispatcher of nn olectrie��������� pbw'er  ] company or" street railway f call xxp. ou  unattended      power  Her Color W& JS&cIs. She  --^ To Death  y ^Mrs. Waiti*, #e#'Brighton.? Writes:-  "That deadly andigestidiV and gastritis,  caused byiccmstipsatioav made my color  go 'black.'  I Avaa^frightened to death,,  and 1 feel yoiaa^l^^tiv������ siiaved my life.'  ?-I take them every..-.Might now for precaution, and do; not i'ear- aai attack of  constap-^taoas pojSotu������i|5 any more.  CARTELS LITTLE fclVER PILLS  All druggi^~25.bj.ahd:..75c red pkgay  -- -   -")     -    ���������-���������'���������'i'y-1    ~ '-"   ���������'V'ii'i'-i'ii--        .'       ��������� .. -' '"t  The Laziest Man Dead  s fig! e^vM  MjS.iS._ia.jl Sn*  JANUARY 22  JESUS AND THE LAW  Q'6ldenVext;V"Thmiz*   not   that    1  ���������J.X'  Lesson:  Mark 2.18-22; 3.1-6.  Devotional    Reading:    Psahn  33-40.   .  ���������  -  119.  si  Had Lot   Mother   J-inpnort   Him   For  ���������" ���������" '���������',.���������' thirty' '"Steats .-   .  George "Thompson,'-who    long-    had  the  repuiatioii  of   oeiaag  the   "j-av.ii.-8t  Clarence D.  Chaniberlin, taf-ans-Atlantic flier, plans to attempt a nev.*,  record for endurance and altitude lay-,i"fy  ^   * "Y* V   .--    -        ,.  - ���������; ulants or sub-atations,? receive reports  ������' -,- ��������� .     S on the status of - every machine in the  Thn' <-ieT.arh>i'pnt of external -affairs i   .   .. ,    >_ ���������*-..,.-       .. ...    .-"_,-, ���������-_-._ .   -^ir-r - i station,  anu siata.��������� or    tSLop aijawiuKis,!  has denied a report tliat Canada con-.j open anfl clb^ ^^^3, and ^orf0rnv j j^n in the  world,''  died ut  Lurgara,  legation a  j otUer op������trations at \stfll? bait ev<m the | County Armiigh.'?  V housekeeper could direct the operation ]     Ceprgc toblt to hed iai early anan-  Hom Frank Kellogg,  Secretary  of | of her home from the: club or whistUaood and deabliiiod to^leave it for 30  State, plans to visit Ottawa in Febru- j party. ,..,,-.;, -y-   ,       _ v jyearsyuntll his rribthcr, who support-  ary, leaving Washington on February j   ^Mr: ^engiey^e^oastratec^ to;<enter tlie work-  Ivice by starting and stopping lights,] house. &o -accompanied flier..-The au-  t em plated .establishing  a  Tokio..  A national campaign against grey-' fans, vacuum .cleaners, and other de-  hound  racing  has  been  lauuehed   in] vices by nitjahs of musical notes traha^  Scotland, among the supporters of the j mitted' by telephone. ....'.--...,���������  movement being J. Ramsay Macpou- j y������������������ ~;--    V - *  thprities said that ltd-?could not ioaf  there, but-he stayed with thean anyway until his death.,  aid, former Premiea*.  Tlie navies of    the    world    powers \  would be prohibited from further use |  of submarine under a resolution  in-j  troduced   by   Representative   Pother-  ingham, Washington. . ]  Henry Ford announces that   he    is  K.-atf^i-  Ji<TiS?  at For Eskimos  Part    Of   Thousand  Heceiitiy  Killed  Has' B<Ej|>n; lieserved '  Fifty "uuffaio carcasses out; of the  thousand recently slaughtered by con-  "���������������������������Bif-riiaa.*    al    ai ai    ia    rku_,  im&s. a  HOME?  Is* there a baby, or young ehildren  in your home? If;there is you should  not be without a box of Baby's Own  tract at tiae Wainwright Park, Alta.,  planning an aeroplane, trip to Brazil | have been reserved by the Northwest] Tablets     Childhood    ailments    come  to inspect a rubber plantation which I Territories branch    of    the    "Depart-' cpuicMy and means should always be  his company will develop a. a P*We i ment o^e Interior,  ^^^ig^^  -enterprise. : meat of...vhese. am������als vn 11 be sliced] hon^ remedy:      They    regulate    the  Charles    Stewart    Pingie,    S.LA.,!^ dried ��������� for ���������..���������shipment. to the Eski- ] bowels r sweeten the stomach: banisli  j-V^ ^,i^���������i,. 0+^ TvroH.Vrna ������at   ������= -,   asios in the extreme nortliern part of 1 constipation   and   indigestion;   break  ^dJUldftL^ MS^^r^^^!the dominion to help replenish their |*up colds  and_ simple l^vers-m fact  ! KvplnnallmiH and Comments  ' 1. The Higher Law Which" Jesus  j Taaaght In Regard To Fasting, 2.18-22,.  : ���������.The law prescribed one day in the  i jcav���������the Day of AtonememV���������for  ]'fasting, but two fast days a week  were observed by the Pharisees (Luke  1U.12), and tVac disciples of aohp-fhe  Baptist. .John's disciples, already jealous of the Teacher who was so .much  greater than their; ,m.a$terf ,(3oliri 3.  26), and therefore willing tools of the  Phuris>c-c-&, came one day with the latter- to Jesus and asked, * "Why do  the Pharisees last, hut Thy disciples  fast "not?" Their question was like  our modern one, "We have always  done thus and so;, why don't you do  lit?" By their question they aimed to  show how more religious were - the  Pharisees and John's disciples than  were Jesus an& His disciples, and also  to obtain ?a.n, answer which would  cause John the Baptist to repudiate  Jesus, for they did not think it possible foi- Jesus to defend His disciples  without condemning tlie Baptist.  The disciples of John went to Jesus'  disciples and criticized Jesus, and to  Jesus and criticized His disciples. Are  we ever guilty of similar cowardly  criticisms?'  Jesus avoided the dilemma as skilfully as he did in the famous question  about the tribute money. Fasting  should be the expression of feeling*  rather than tbe observance of ritual,:  he told them when He said, "Can tlie  sons of the vbridechamlaer' - fast I -while  tlie bridegroom is with them?" The  "sons of the bridechamber'*; were the  friends' of the bridegroom who escorted the bride and her companions to  the home of the bridegroom and re-  .LESSON No.. 18  Questions Why is emul-  ,sified���������co.d-liver oil so  neearui ior.a cnnuyvnu 10  pale and losjfajg Weight?     '  ���������*" Answer; ,I$:!������]bd4>ttd;  tonic ric& in vitamirls ancl  other  nourishing factors  that are  particularly-  helpful to a "weakened  child. * ~  for your chud-  -oid reliable  ^pniT^ cRfiiii finis  result of a stroke.    He was a form.er  a:-1 they reliieve all the minor ills of little  ^kerof tHe Alberto, qouse-in t^c ; ioou supply wmen has  been reauqeOjonea      concerning  them, Mrs.   Moise  SLgrt   Government,   a" Liberal   iwl-| ^'  tahe ��������� d-hntalaihiii*  ministration.    Caribou in parts  Fifteem Russian inhabitants of the I ST01111^  territory adjacent to the  Russo-Fiai- ���������  nish  frontier,  were .convicted of  es- i  i-  pionage recently by the revolutionary \  tribunal and three of them sentenced \  to death. .        ..-.-.- *  June 11 has been selected as  the  date for t&e opening of the Kational {_'  Conference   of  tlie   Canadian   Legion;  British Empire Sci-vice League.    The | f  conference will be held  at St. John.i  N.B.    ' :     ���������'  Major Tien Lei Huang, Chinese  aviator, plans to fly from Los Angeles  to China next summer, and has raised  $130,000 among , Chinese . merchants  for the project. He will attempt to  liave Col. Charles A. Lindbergh pilot  \he plane.  Winnipeg Newspaper Hmm  The   Family   Physician a-^-The good j  doctor is always worth his fee. But'  It is not always possible to get a doctor just when you want him. In such  cases, common sbruse suggests tlie use  of reliable home remedies, such as Dr.  Thomas* Eclectric Oil, which is wonderfully effective in easing inUarama.-  tory pains and healing cuts, scratches,  braiises and sprains. The presence of  this remedy in the family medicine  chest saves many a fee.  Established Air Base  Two Airplanes Will Bo Placed In  Commission At Fort Churchill  Establishment of an air base at  Churchill, Man., on the shores of Hudson Bay, is contemplated by the Royal  Canadian Air Force, and it is said  here indications are that it will be|  completed by the early spring. Present reports are that two aci-oplaraes  will be placed at the new base to tinder take similar worlc to those now  being used at the Nottingham Inland  base in Hudson's Straits.  Baby's" Own Tablets ai*e the best  remedy in the worldVifor little ones.  &Iy baby' suffered terribly from indigestion and vomiting, but the Tablets  soon set her right-and now she is in  perfet* health." The Tablets are sold  by medicine dealers or by mail at 25c.  a Tboxyfrom The .Dr. Williams' Medicine; Co., Brockville, Ont.  Build More Electors  Grain .Pbbls^6os^inpiat������); Extensions;  '���������'���������" ':: To FaaciUiies "' Vy";':^' "  The Western Canada Grain Pool  conteanplateVspfendiisg $5,0OQ,O0Q'Vdur-  ing the doming'".year in "extensions to  facilities in country elevators and terminals in Western Canada, according  to;. George H. Mclvor, General Sales  Manager of -the Pool. The building  programme includes 100 or 150 country elevators in Alberta; 150 in Saskatchewan and 40 in Manitoba. At  present there are. 160 in .Alberta; 730  in Saskatchewan; and 50 in Manitoba.  maiued there for the wedding festivities, - which often lasted a week. As  Jesus uses the phrase, it refers to His  disciples. The disciples of John must  have remembered that it. was . their  master who had? called Jesus the  bridegroom, John 3.29. "Dr. George A.  Barton refers -to the fact y|hat tlie  prophets Hosea and Ezekiel had spok-  eripf God's ^covenant ���������with, Israel as a  anarriage covenant, and? thinks that  Jesus may have meaxat to suggest thiat  he had''come to establish a ne\V'COv-  ehant, aiicL so figuratively Clairned^for  ���������his -work the; privileges of. a \vedding.  Jesusyyi -desire^,. Vch^erful: ^oUayftrers,^  who? rejoice because of his presence  with1 them. "The true child of God is  a joyful creature of divine grace, who  worships God with a face radiant  with happiness."  V ���������V --;~r '��������� T~     ..'���������'       ���������.-������������������  '/Corns cannot exist when Hollway's  Corn Remover is applied?to theaii, because tt goes to the root and kills the  growth.-        ��������� "-������������������  New Engine For Airplanes  umjxiom; xjruL MJina-cx arTjiiiCij������������c ajj  JL������, CKXur  Of Gyroacopo Compass  Bhner A.   Sperry, inventor of  the  gyroscope^- compass, annotances    that  he has perfected an aeroplane engine  on the Diesel principle.  He said .that within a year he expected to 'have a motor, 'of 1,000 horsepower   -weighing? -two ypounds    per.  horsepoTyer .and .consumingycrude oil.  instead of gasoline with, a higher f������ow-  .  er development per gallon at orie-fif th  the fuel costv':: --���������--���������-. V'f  * 'Adoption  of  the*-Diesel engine  to  aircraft, considered one of the surest!  steps to huge alrflihers,? lias been; the:  prbblehi    of    aeronautical,   engineers  throughout the- world.; -  The fuel used in his engine,  said  Dr. Sperry, r is   yso    non-inflammable  that in experiments it even has prov- y  ed a. good fire extinguisher.    '*  Miller's Worm Powders attack  worms ijiytHe stomach and intestines  at once, and ho worm can come in  contact with them and live. They also  correct .theyurahealthy :condLtions in  I the digestive organs *ttiat" invite and  e-ncaburage; wOrmsV'isetWng^ ��������� up reactions that are most beneficial ������0 the,;  growth of fthe child. They have at-  tiesied. tlieir? power?in Hundreds" of cases and at all times, are;- thoro'ajglfily  tfust\vorthy. '-.-.-���������-w--.-;.x":.-.-.���������;/;-������ -a���������s  One. of the loneliest white men an  the world >is a young. Briton who has  charge-of a coeoanut plantation en  an island in the Solomon group. His  letters from h.ome are usually ten:  months old - by the, time, he rec������5iycs  tliem.      . ��������� .���������     ...       -.;-....-:.,.        .���������.���������  ;?,  ���������.,-,-,       ;.,--  Don't Submityte Asthma. s,a IfVyou/  suffer -Without hoipe of breaking the-  chains which bind you do not" put -off  another day the purchase of Dr. J. D.  i Kciiogg's Remedy. A ta-ial^will drive  ' away all doubt as to Its " efficiency.  The sure relief that comes will convince you mote tha.n anything that  can be written.; When help is so stare,  why atifter? This matchless remedy  is sold by dealers.everywhere.  Recipes For This Week  (By Betty Barclay)  ,m*B>^"lMma:9rm\.  The seaweed collected along" the  Breton coast of France brlatg?) in the  man. of $5,000,000 aamiaally. Most of  thi?' Jm wwvti in 1lu>. niaanaafactaare of  iodiaio.  Gripp^-  l Jesii ������and  hihale Mlaiaird'H. Al-  asr'i aula it cai throait and chest.  The jj*rent pr<-vonialive.  A Smairtly Simple Frock  The chic froclc shown here Is an  unusually smart style. The skirt has  an inverted plait in the centre-front  and is joined to a pointed bodice which  fastens at the left side, and the back  is iu one piece. Contrasting material  mnv be* aased for the ciaifs on the dart-  fitted sleeves and the long collar. No.  1698 is for rnissoa and small women  and in sizes 16, 18 and 20 years. Size  18' (30 bust) requires ^\'s yards 36-  inch, or 2''Yh yards 54-inch material,  and V2 yard 31-inch contrasting (cut  crosswise). Price, 20 centB the pat-  terra.  Many styles of smart apparel may  be fouaid  in our ir'aahlon Book.  Oan*  designers  originate t.heir patterns  in  tho heart  of  the style  centres,   and  their   creations   are   those   of   tented  1 popularity, brought within the meann  i of thai aivoragc woman. Piico o'f tho  'book :10 conts tlie copy. "     k  GINGER COCKTAIL  6 tablespoons ginger syrup.  ��������� ,4 'tablespoons lemon juice.  ?4"tablespoons or'amge juice.  Yz cup mineral or ice water.  Few grains salt.  Add remaining ingredients to syrup  from Canton ginger   and   mix    thoroughly.  Put crushed ice in cocktail  glasses, pour in ginger mixture and  serve at once.  Baiilder: This is the house sir, in  the Tudor style.  Prospective Baayer: I don't,. cai*o,for*  the Tudor Btyle. "' ' ''"  Builder: Soon alitor that, air,  Georgo! 'Just bring a pail of water  aaad wash out those oak beams.  How To Order Patterns  AiMa-f-Rs��������� Wiainipr'K Newspaper Uaalon,  17;"*  .McDoruaot Avo.,  Winnipeg  ���������VI0  Tutlorn   No.  Si/.e..  Nia.me  Town  NERVOUS AHD fiV9ELANGH0LY  Ma-fi.' Getv. McIvcn?.io, Crtaaapbollfoi-aj  Out., writes:���������"A nliort tiaue ago I  \yfta.troaabled very batly with my lieaxt  .aaaal uarYa-ic, Din oaiMnn of it, 1 think,  \vi\s any going through tUo chaaago of  lite. ''".''���������     '  "I vraas Tory weak aiad -mjpljvnchnljr,  nnd  wo   -najrvuiifa   1, could  hardly  hoar  to hesaa* a clock  tifkiitg, and  T. alld aiot  telcep well.  "I Tvas achisod to try -,  bo I f?ent at. onco  for a iliox'j took  tlaoaaa sand got ��������� axaa-  other, raid bc-foro  \X.vj vrrrc ft.ll ^"n*  T. felt Rood, my  nervc������ aro fino, I  do not- mind may  aioiso, aand I cam  ������le������p well. I cannot rononinnmt! tlioni too highly to  tlao-so Biait^rlng- M I did."  Pri������'0 SOe. a boat at all drogijiRtR find  ������leailrirn, or nua-ilaid dlravl. on r������cdpt of  jwj'aj liy Tho T. MiHMarr.��������� Vc��������� L*tn<i������"l,  1SGGS IN NESTS  To 3 cups of left-over mashed potatoes well-'softened w,ith milk add Vis  ctip flnely chopped ham or bacon, 2  tablespoons finely qhopped parsley, 3  tablespoons butter, salt and pepper.  Cover tho bottom of a well-buttered  baking dish and arrange littlo nests  into which gently break an egg. Allow  an egg f o reach person. Sprinkle buttered bread crumbs ovor tho top,'and  bako in a modorato oven until tho  eggs arc cooked, but not hard.  Laurier's Old Home As Museum  FI  and Pneumonia  Neglected bronchial colds are aftan-  Kcrouo. Stop them instantly with  Buckley's Mixture. Ititv&etlon in re*  HcvinK tite cough- ami clear Ine the  tubca ia awaaiinsly swift���������an<l sure.  AU druegiita Bell "Buckley'a" under  a positive guarantee. Buy a bottle  today, and be Bafe.  W. K. Bnelcley, LlrmHed,  142 Mutual  St., Toronto 2  Mi>c-rui-������.aB:  KSft     Acts l'fc������ a /.������!���������������-  art ilnatit aalp patovcai II  Sorema Remedies Get Results  So rem a Ointment penetrates tinner layora  of 'tho-akin, rcachlmt? Rerma ot all bltln  rllRcaaos. Hoiice Ita Kratlfybati rosultu Iaa  lScwaaaa, I'taorlttBlH, <itc,    frice $1,  Soremn Blooaii Altei-ntlvao Tablotw, po\v������  orful, eiToctlve, non-,puraratlve blood purl-  nfsrs. Price 75c! for ID-tlny troaiaiiiint,  Soioana Wd., Bopt, Alli. VifUinlpQB,  ������  "oaoaitu, Oait.  Home That Great Slatenmaaa Haillt Iaa,  3.H77.TO Bo VUIIxcd Aa  Pcraaiuncnt Maaweaaaai  The home of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, in  Artlmbaska. which the great staten-  mau had built hi 1S77, la to become  'the'property of the Government of the |  Province of Quebec, and will be utilized as a permanent memorial mu-  iieuan to ������Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Two  friends of Sir Wilfrid have arraaigod  to pm-chuso tho property and to hrmtl  it over to tho Government. The purchasers are Nonh Timmlnn, and .A.  Kirk Cameron, both, of Montreal.  Jtt      m%    V 5^2* U    ^m\   iw^m. l^a  AblMl  SUCCESSPULIY  RELIEVED  ' IJno 1>r. Qulia'a Ctrcon Atoaintai.li>  AKthni'n. Coanpouiul. Orlfrtnated by Dr.  .1. H. Qulld. Hpoclnliut Iaa i<3������t>Uatoi-.v  rn-ffoctlonH. Quickly rellovoa tho dlM-  trt,>.HBlnK: tonmmtH that wua������o "$"?'  Jnrr aind loan of nlc������i>. Two ������Uoh, $1.(j0  aa-ml Stjaj. Al������tn clf.vra.rnlton (box ol .M,  TiOe.). nt your druici^tty or saont Uli-oot  postpaid for <?a������1i. FREE TRIAL box  (0 cIicarottCB) with ruitboriualvai  ii-oatlfan on ���������'naifioFi itrai'l tv<>aa.1moiil; wnl  ou rcaiaeet.  JT II. GUILD CO.,  Dept. 23,  RUPERT, VT., U.S.A.  ���������DlHtr.    for ' Cain.    T.ymam'fa    I-.tr!.,    t)H  Ht. X-uul .St.,  W.  Momi'cul.  3   OTTEH  TO.INVENTOIta.     HEM)  lor cur fa*oo Met ot .iivuaU.oik������ vva.itu*tl.  '- e'.tl Csikj ttrtvltifi. The*. tt.nm-!c-y '"'im-  puny. International ***������ta������nt Altorntayraa, :;i  \^i������nU Kt., -Ottawa.  A munic writer sayn jtizz ia n dead  uvt. T-T������*h doaably waoaarj. It l.sn't dead  und it Irm't aart.  THE NEW FREHOH RRMCDV.'  THERAPION NO. 1  'TIJCDil 014TXIU Kiln rp  THERAPKONN0.3  IWa. 3| tor at4|������iril������|������.-������ au*.������������i-������li,      aMn.*a (or Jjaiuail w  Wkln ������l������ai*a������*, Mo. a ������ot.Chr������na������W������������kn������������<.*ia.  ft|.l.^t)rl*������^lna<"���������^>���������nla������l������,or������l������^.���������r Nn.f������ti<rn>ii������ai*i������i������������  St Mnia 0I.1O. <*lfha  i.trl.ttin ������iv WS.OOi. ������'<>.���������������  a. avauit* Hi-KHE.' gA������a. Tot-tunto. Out., CrL*ti4tu  ^wK jt r   t i j   i   <  y  /   ������  THE   KEVIEW.   iJBESTQN,   B.    d  z  ���������a  ���������**������  ^  LKJ'      ^  |";*v!������ v-  JM1"  dt������stoA*hl  -aS3 stomach  ,' h&aoachis  1* ������  Malay, people,, two hours after eat-- You will nev^r use--crude methods  i*ag, suffer indigestion as they call it. when you know this better method.  2* It is - usually excess acid. Correct it And you will never suffer from excess  1^ witl* au( alkali. Th������ best-^wa-y. the acid when you prove out this easy re-  ?y q\aicl**,^ harmless *an������$-effiLctent way, ^ia, lief. Please do -that-=-for. your own.  ���������P: Phillaps'-Milk of "Magnesla^jlt has re-jsake-t-riow? ' '  ^ mained'-xor 50 yeYii-s the st^'dard with *��������� Be sure to g*et.the'genuine Phillips1  it physicians. One spoonful? in water milk of Magnesia prescribed-oy physi-  kf? neutralizes many timesrits volume in [ cians for 50 years in correcting excess  y stomach acids, and at ������no**?*.- The" sym- jacUJs- BacIiboTrae* contains lull dlrec-  ix toma disappear in "Ave minutes. ! tions���������any drugstore.  -**  'Ha  PAINTED FIRES  BY NELLIE L. McCLUNG  COPYRIGHT^ CANADA,  1925  supper ready. Jack had gone to -jfche  postoffice to see if there was any  mail���������anyWay, tirjere would be the paper, irelmi stepped about lightly and  happily! hi here., new home. Oh, what  af letter siie,would write liome to Finland! Anna would be glad, and her  grandmother, too. Now she- knew  what the river was singing���������the river was rig^t���������home is best. JL.  .iffack,, came1 in then and hung his  coat-behind the door, and stood smiling at her." fife bacon was frying ���������  the fcettfe'singing. ;"Helmi drew 'the  blinds on the, three little windows. -.  -' That nigh't; after Helmi had gone  to sleep, Jack lay for a long time looking into the darkness. The fire in the  stove had burned low, giving out hut  a faint glimmer through , the mica  windows. What a lot had happened  since morning! He tried to forget the  ierrlble ten minutes- ia. Lhe magistrate's house. Maybe Helmi would tfell  hira "after they got to" kne-vv each oth  er better. Anyway,  __        he *tt?as gladfhe  had her here right beside him, ahd  ���������even if he never should know the  truth he would trust her. Then he  tried to turn his thoughts to the great  secret he had to tell her.  She thought he was a common miner,  and had  married  him   as   such.  ���������CHAPTER XVI.���������Continued  _,   Jack, kissed  her again.     - "Forget  him, Ilelmi," lie said;  "he is a poor,  dirty, miserable old soak, and he cuts  *tJ  #  g  St  y  Helmi, who knew that weddings  should be stately and dignified ceremonies, was deeply distressed. "Jack,  I cannot feel that we arc married by  just those little no-good ? words; 'iia.  prayers; no good wishesf no solemn  words at all. It's a wicked way���������I  not like it." ' St     Pg  "I don't iikev it, eithea?,'^ Jitafclt sre-s  plied, "but' it is legal." ^y?V M. %_M -JO??  "I'll tell you, Jack." She was recovering her good spiritsL'::iii6w^;;^I'-iEiMW  what we will do���������we'll make it good.  When we come to little puro���������-what  3^ou call creek���������on the way home,  we'll stand one on each side and say  good words across the running water,  and then we will be married sure. I  will feel better then." ������  "All    right,     Finn���������-anything .......you  say-"^"    *??-tVw'v - y=?*,-syy s--������ ���������������<*������������������ ?  They stopped fsbeslde a aittlie? brook  that found its wayv down to the river, f ollov^ihgtqaie; of'' the^flutings -in? tlie  saucer's edgey and'"there, . with" tlie  horses looking, wonderingiy oaa, they  held each qtherjs hands across the  running water and plighted their  fi   vows:���������,, y.        ,y >-     '     . . ���������������������������  '(i '*i /talce you,Helmi, to?be ray, wife,''������������������  * salcl'Jack, "and-1 will love you' al-'  > ways." And Helmi said, "I take you,r  '������������������* dear Jack ������>oran, for wiy*. many toi.%  \   ever."  ^      And then, stall holding each other's  hands across the little stream, they  repeated  the words  that Helmi had  learned-? that'^  at the Gill's Club.  "These are good   words,    Jack;   I  lcariiea'l ^hem;in:(jpd'i3',hoii3e:./rhey are  religious -words that God understands.  I'll, say them first, then you.  "Cherish health; seek trtifch; know  God; serve others." V  ...������JFa.efc= repeatedtlie words after hei*,  and then they kissed each other and  stood silent for a moment. And for.  their witnesses, besides the angels ia  'heaVfen^'who surelyyv^*e looking  down,-they had tvvpjitonest bay-layery  horses that bore lipohtheir shoulders"  the honorable scars of patient service  T/\l*\������1  Helmi, he knew, would be happy to  live in this little house all her life  with him. But better things awaited  her. He tried to picture her surprise;  and still he .knew she would be anxious', too," when she heard he would  have to leave tier before long. That  yffla. ...the :���������--? worstv--,of'������������������vit--.':.,*-. ������^-.-.-:  that old magistrate I IS ������?j  The-wind began, gently in > tlie  mountain pass, coming in from ? the  sea so far away, a soft Spring wind,  sent to-ferret out the last sn&wbasics  hiding in river-bottoms and below.  i trees���������a sighing,  singing wind, that  ���������   Story Of Famous* Statue  -> r ���������   ��������� ��������� ���������  Statue OI Venus Cost $50 aiatB I-^eaTly  Brought; On War  Venus dfe Miio, the \yorld's most  beautiful aiad -absolutely priceless  ' piece or sculpture, cost. th.e Frexich  nation only ?50 a centuary ago. but  her preservation fpr the art world  nearly .caused a war.  This new story of the incomparable, Armless goddess has just arrived in New York from Paris and  is retold *by the- Women's- Home Companion. Th.e statue originally was dug  up on the Greek island cf Milo -more  than a century ago, so tne story goes,  and when the news filtered to the  western world, English, Dutch and  other foreign expeditions"were rushed  to the island to obtain the parized  work of art. The" French emissaary  arrived first, however, with orders to  obtain the statue at any price.  Tlie iaslaiidei-s did not waat to sell  Venus as they planned to send h.er as  a gift jbo a Greek nobIemarr>v The  Frenchman coolly gave an ultimatum,  however, that if the statue were aiot  sold at once his country would send  ���������.~������  J    Jl~a~~ .-.    **~     A*t....*~���������   4-1* -a   j/.1ni������J  aiilya aauu troujyS hj uuuu.jjj'   uQ-c .auoM-^.  The Greeks capitulated and Venus  was purchased for a sum equivalettt  to less than $50. The statue was transported at? once to Paris, where it h.as  Wmms  since "been viewed in the VLouvre by  art lovers from the entire world.  Find 0M Hint Axes  Hans:  _  ~ < isweoisxi  VI  And in the woods aear-iby''-s^,.robi-a,*-j.v5Ti  which-reaUy had^retired f or thejiaighfe | wlrdsperrfngs. Bait tonight Jack rstarited  -���������_#���������     "Va.������     4-X. rv'    "la^-frT^a     "la.^...ra/v     %������ra4*Ta      cVA,H4-1a  6pene^,one^!efefj^ -eye, ajid,,sanef a lit*,]  tie song because it was the' Springtime? ahd heK too,: had ? ?a - pleasant  dream*.  CHAPTER XVII.  The tops of thefmountaihs still held  the glow of sunset although the valley was  filled  with  mountain  darlt-  nessV The   lights   in   the   curtainless | slePfc peacefully on  sat!its>voice, because it had something  sinister in it and full of malice���������a sort  of ?double meaning for all it was so  spring-like and* so velvet-footed. 'He  could hear in it the cackle of evil  tongues, searing and sta,bbing, "behind  doors, in.corner's..- .. V  Helmi, knowing nothing    of    this,  and having no sense of "guilt or doiifct,  feoiairs    *s*cocic     was  f        Esquire" ^  '" ' ' Workmanship       '-.   a."]P.  The 4,500-yeq.r-old stock an trade of  a stone age. peddler in. flint axes has  .been found fay. some*, workmen- ia Pa  grayei pit in the Swedisis province of  Soedermanlanda- The peddler's hqard  cpnsisted of a. niimber iof. light graay  ilint axes ;of-yexqaiisiteii shape and  workmanship, evidently hiddeaa in the  ground by the trader, wh������ seetns to  have wandered? a long way froni the  South of Sweden to barter his axes for  the precious ^fursypf ythev;hiantej?s of  the Soedermairiand forests..?'-   PS-a  The poor'peddlen :seems-f/j-^-Vlmye  ? "'I will lift "up mine eyes unto tlie  hills;;frpm whence cbraeth. iay help."  -rrpsalm exxi. I.  If vsre look down, then our sholders  stoop. If- our thoughts Jpolc down pur  character ; bends. It is only when, we  hold our heads up, that tlae body becomes Verect. It is only when jour  tKbughtis go' tip that our'life becomes  erect.-���������Alexander McKehzie.  No child should be allowed to suffer  'ah liour from worms when prompt relief can be got in a-^simple but strong  remedy-rrMother Graves'   Worm  Ex-  tersii,t������^'*>r.  .-���������������������������Mrsi- Petunia Riggs lias at last located; the?squeak in the rear of her  car which, has he^n hotherjng lier for  the pkst few dayfe. It was her hus-  hatiid requesting from tlie hack seat  that she-driSre a little slower.  ^5-  -'-i  m  OPERATION LEFT  HEfrVEBYWIAK  .;,l-ett& Teliaf ollWonderfut?'  ^Reliefc Mte& Tdkitfg Lydia!  |   E.. Pinkham's Ye8eta^e  | "Compound  t    ' r^ .'?   \'i     yV '  ''"���������'    Coma ton, Ontario.���������"After a 00-  .������������������* ver o 'oporatioal aaid a threo wooka*  Istay in a hospital''.  1 returned homo  ao weak that I was  unalalo to move a  chair.     For four  months 1 vrnf>' al-  moat frantic with ���������  pains, and suilct-  ing uritill thought  stare  ther6 coukr  aaot  ho tuiy  Uota> ,  for me. 1 had very,  severe palnfl In any 1   left side aand auf^  rorod agony every month.   Ono day  fwlw'ia 1 was nut able to get up'my'  mother beKKod me to try your mcd������  , icano.    My husband got mo a l>ottlo  i of Veprotablo Compound at once auid  V T. took it.    I. stairted at t>������^c<5ai<l laottlc,  ',, .-and U������ my iiurvvlxo and }oy WiC- pr.Thtx  ���������'��������� in nay slalo leit mo completely and-I.  .' aun uble to do all laiy work without  "' IioJm    1 am a tfurmer'a wife, m you  f fioat*.! can't ho idle lonf?. In an, I hav������  taken aiix bottles of Lydia K. Pink-  Ivam'a   V-ftgotsablo   Cvrnponnd,   ftvo  ��������� Vnav^R of tham Clonanoaanrt Tal������letn, two  ' hotUen of Lydia E.-Pinkhaian^ Blood  .i MtCji'iicino,, mad have uhaouHcd thoSan-  0 fcdvai Wash,"���������Mrs. T-. I.AJKCNKBaE,  "**".���������. ���������>  TV"    f ������������������ -.V-������ ,���������-,-    A������������������..af. ��������� ��������� ju--  windows of the little houses made  ibri}^tv?liples.?}ii,-|he platinum curtain  *of ni-gfiitl fHelmi 4ifted her' eyes"td. the  hall-tops for some, sign of encourage-  m^at-tfthe "hills had never failed her���������  and, ifliiityiHesirted', stern and rock-  ribbed though they were, they smiled  hack aa even mountains smile at  young lovers. The sky above them  was plear and blue, withvevery cloud  tidjed' awary for the Jiigfhti VV'?     ?.-���������   f  As Helmi twid Jack drove i^nto the  one little street? of Eagle Mines there  cam-d^o rtheaiit; the rhea.rtsome smell of  frying bacon.  - "Good luck,- HelmE," said Jack, "it's  good luck to smell bacon .frying when  you're hungry, isn't it?" He, liked to  laaigli at h"er Finnish superstitions,  Helmi breathed deeply. It seemed to  her that the magic hour of love would  ' last; "[���������������preyefc,,.. ,,an<|V. that..', each * Aight ,.p;f  her li^e woula coine to meetVher as  thi'^1 one  wa3;-cbmlng,;  on wings- of  w,   rvr.   ir.  me.  gossamer and gold. -.  Keimi nnd Jack together took the  -team* to.,the straJblo, and while Jack  paid Lhe bill Helmi patted the horses*  heacl-s and talked to "them in Finnish."  "Cfeme on,y, Helxiii^" Jack I called,  star]:lng'Vto, iyiilk toward 1&elr Jioauso;,  "wait a minute,',' she r'e^lieci, 'run--  nlng ?aftev him. -"Can't .1 say thank  you and gtfod-night to' my; .two mor-  ;sluspMlcas4T-*\yiiat ^6 you call thein?"  Virion Holml entered tlae little house  aa.ll her fears fell away. Here was lier  homo, arid',.tho. gates of hell could riot  prbyalt against it. The lamp was lighted on the tabic, her new, shining Icet-  tlo w'lis''boiling on the atove.,Thoso little' ntlontlons had been shown them  by old Sim, the night watchman. Old  Slni Had  .hnd   a   checkered   career  matrHmojiInlly, but nomo old rraomory,  yvhtch unCortunateiy ho was not able  to catalogiio accurately, stirx'Stl iu him  when ho saw Jack aaid, Helmi drive  away, arK1. in n"' sudden rush' of raontl-  ment ho^ had thrown aftor thoiu his  one g!ilter for good luclc. All the afternoon ho Imd thought of them in hi?  Hvi*3������h.jii' jjjajuci.la,  atul JuuL ^'i-rtire Si'o  wchtl* 011 duty he went over and lighted thoir tamp and flro, just to remind  tlionn thut aomoone was \vlshl������g thr^m  well. As \\t> nettled down for his long  night vltfll ���������**- the miao Sim tried to  decide once  and, for nil wliotlior  it  waa of Malmo, Lucy or Mln that the  Finn. glrL always reminded him.  Elclml pulled a chlntas apron over  hei.* 3alaick dac.-is and ha&gau to koI 1h������J  - They were married on Friday, |������n  Sunday Jack told' tier Ms-great secret.  -. He had been on an exploration pj**-  ty the year before, up on the IJpr'd'  River, and. -had seen the gold in tbe  sands, and knew there must be gre^at,  deposits farther up. He had seenVoii  dripping into the river and running  away, red and blue and green, a|id  once had put his can below the djcip,  and put the oil in a "basin of the rock  arid cciblced his supper ori it. But the  gold, it was the gold he was goangito  ���������SriiclV ?"WTien he was in the cityf^at  Christmas time he had met a z������ip.n  whom he had often heard of in ?$be  North, a prospector who liad 'be^a  there fourteen years searching |or  gold, "and. how he had fovaad it away  up on the Nehanni River. He fhtad  found the motherhole, and had showed  Jack .specimens of ������her quartz with  gold shining ? in It. Japtckw had: seen it  with his,own eyes, and while he ioW:  her of it, his eyes gleamed with man's  Ancient lust for gold.  . ."That's; our secret, Fiim," ho said.  "aren't you glad?"6h, Helmt, there  are silk dresses and diamond rings in  ���������Uits for, you. I want my. girl to have  ���������.eyciry gOQd thing' ia llfc-^English,  education,'poetry, music, fine-plctut'es*.  all the lovely things-her heart dxnves,  'yes; and a trip to Finland, and plenty  of mpney for anything ahe wo.Hts to  do with It. . X  <To Be Continued.!  met his death, for 'tie ? never ���������"returned  for bis axes, that now are said to be  trie' "best find, of -its kind * every ^m&de  in fthat ?;*part f pf ?? Swoaem/y^^ng^lti.  every week new? iiriportSrit'diicoyer-  ies of treasures liidden thousands of  yeara. .-..ago,, runic stones*, a. ..g^aye  mounds, and wall drawings, are" reported from different parts of Sweden, the soil of which has turned ovifp  to be a vast treasure house for arclx-  aebiogistsV SSP. ���������?"?' ,P.-:s:a ���������" fS  If^pr Frostbite use Minard's Uatriment.  Abraliani Bricken, an ' iariinigrant  tailor, wSo came to New York from  Etussl^i22 years ago^ now "owns, sev-  eratl skyserapersj including the -wrprld's  third tallest -office biillding.  ,.y  Owing (.to^ai-clty of wood and cost  of labor, wooden toys have increased  In price nbout 100 per cent, lu the  last ten years.' * *  No Interference In Irish Affairs  Retiring Governor-General Healy Has  Good "Word For English  -.-<  '  Goyernmenty  Strong, testimony of the non-interference by the British. .GovefnTaeht in  Free' State affairs was given by Retiring Governor-General Healy at a.  banquet in his honor held in Dublin, at  which Prosldent.Cosgrrave "presided.  "The English Government, in my  few yearei -ict" office,, has, never inter-  ferecl^-i' pledge my?faitli^'-'arid1'honor-  to this--���������tocthe,,extent oi? a tittle or a  sclnttlia "iii'fariy' Irish matter." said  the Govenor-General.  ���������"The British Govenunent has left  the ministry absolutely free; left  them in fact,! uncoached and unadvised, and that tribute should not be left  unpaid. '��������� I -have -heard much, talk  about "our foreign King," but there  is one thing- about "this foreign  King," he is a gentleman ancl we  kmnv his,pedigree. I wish we knew ns  much, about those who talk about his  "interference" in Irish affairs.."   _y.  IGIRLS, GOOD HEALTH!  MAKES YOU     -*=b^ ���������:    *  ATTRACTIVE  T*k<* m tx>ltl*ot twan of (tliat w������H-Uaowr.  herbal Tonlo, Dt. Pierce's  Favorite PrescxiptioH  !T������> fmprovm Your Jftmalih  All CJa-wKrs:'**-*  ^   .      i|,..,i..-..,,....������-*.������MnMII.Hl,..������l   II   III IIHI.II ill   ii- M���������I  1 FlrHt Agrlcaalturnl Tool  "The first recorded 'pool* In agricultural produce" remarks the Scottish. Farmer (Glasgow), "was Joseph's  effort In Egypt, as sot^forth in'Gen*  eala xll. By hia forcaJght in controlling tho i surpluses during-tho seven  years of plenty, Joseph fed not only  Egypt, but neighboring pcoplcE) during  the seven years oC faittino."  Itojuly For Anything  A wclMmowti pecairttlst of a west���������  era town, had wrc^tlci! vviila. dyiJay-piiia  for ycara, Ho stood ia front of the  posit office as tho noon whltitlos sounded. "Twelve, o'clock, chY' "ho said,  halt to h-lmsolP and luila? to an ne-  quaSntanco. "Well, I'm going homo  for cliriner. JC dinner ain't ready, I'm  going to raise thunder; aud If It Is  rnfldv T ain't Rolng? to eat a bit!"  No mother In this enlightened aftt  would glvo hor baby aomethlas aah������  did not know was perfectly harmless,  especially when a fow^dropa of plain  Castorirt will right a baby'tv stomnch  and'end nlmont any littlo ill. Fretful*  ness and fever,; too;-it soosna no tlaia  until ovei-ythlng la seroae.  That's tlio beauty of Oaatorla; ilfl  gentle influence seems 3������st what In  needed. It does all that castor oil  might accomplish, .without .shock, to  tho system. Without tho ovil tmate. It's  dollcloUB! Being iauruly vegetable,  you can.Rivo It as ofteai an thoi'O's ta.  sign oC colic: constipation; dJnra-h<a;  or need to ale! sound, ssavtunil sleep.  Just one warolnis; It is gomilnw  ���������Plotchor's CaBtorla that ithyslclaaifi  recommend. Other nvoi"mvavUom!- naaiy  bo Just *m froo tvoni nil doubtcnl  dniKP. laiit no rliHd or this "writer's In  golnrg to'-teai. them! Bosldogj thn laooK  on caaro and foedlhR ot bableti tluit  comes with Flotchoi-'s. Cnstortn If)  worth Us v;clgUt Iu [.:oM.  flttaaird'M Llnlnienl for rlacuraaUama.  Cfiildren Or  for TK2S' CRESTON ww-irraw  %jM*s^ssjt.\Jivt    JOijtu ar *jw *-*  TUI"  issued every Friday at Cres&on. B.C.  .Saibscriptaon : 82.50 ay eat-in advance.  $3.00 rto U.S. points.  O. P, Hayes. Editor and Owner,  ijKESTON.   B.C.. FRIDAY. JAN. 20  -1     _.   PIN-HEAD SCAB  Tiis year.-as many gsowera know,  was cloudier and, wetter than, usual  during August and Septembers which  rendered conditions suitable for the  spread of scab, resulting, in much loss  to the grower. Apparently many are  of. the opinion that scSfe only- -occurs  in the sprang, but it is present sil\ the  growing season if favorably located.  The early infestation 19 held ia check  if the weather~tater, turns dry and hot  as sniniaght dries wp and. kills the suns-  $400 was collected at Cranbrook <  to supply Christmas cheer to the needy, [  and $350 of it was actually spent.       |  Kimberley Elks treated some 700  children of that - town and district to  a free picture -show in New  week.  Year's  If there are * no unforeseen expenditures to take care of Kaslo council  will have she town clear of debt in  six years.  The First National Bank of. Bonners Ferry issued a year-end statement that shows cash on deposit of  $138,000.  About ninety couples attended the  firemen's ��������� ball at Kaslo this year���������-a.  slight falling off as compared with  la& year's ball.  Dealer iVlacPherson claims almost  2000 persons viewed She new model  Ford  car  in  the  one day it  was on  mer spores wherever exposedf    However, if the season should be wet and  cool spores are given a chance to spread  and  settle   from  a  sheltered  infected.  area, andas its complete summer cycle  is only three yyeeks of duration if the  wet or even damp and cloudy weather  should continue longer   than   that   tt  soon   spreads   over   leaves  and   fruit.  After infection takes place it is about  two weeks before it is  large enough  to be detected by the -naked eye and  it is then about the size of a pin point.  At this stage if further growth be  arrested  by   subsequent   hot    weather  where exposed to sunlight long enousrh  to* weaken it, or continued cold wea-  thetr or dbasge of environment of host,  at will not increase any larger in size.  It is generally  Vsaiasd situated around  the stem and on the shoulder in the skin  of  the   apple,  in  appearance like  so  many small dots.       Such coniiitiQa is  known as pin-head scab to all who are  engaged in the apple trading business.  This year a lot of it developed in  storage- and even after the apple was  graded and packed; it is only reasonable to infer that they got infected as  late as two weeks before being harvested.     It is through the broken skin  at these scab points that sppresVof 'other J  moulds  and rots gain access causing 1  rapid decay during mild weather conditions to  take  place, rendering them  unfit for any later use.  Pin-head Scab has been a source  of great loss and grief to the packing  houses this season causing considerable  repacking and lowering of grades.  Growers should learn to know the weather conditions under which it can develop and spread as a late spray of  lime and sulphur e*Veh diluted as much  as 1 to 50 will help to control it if  the weather should break for several  days any time during the late summer  or fall.  C. B. TWIGG.  r-������ Iaa. TL  Sales of postage at Bonners Ferry  posto-afice for December ran dc-t-s ts  $1300. There was $3,066 worth of  money orders issued.  Official weather recorder John Fin-  gal Smith at Cranbrook had two of  his best thermometers stolen dtssing the  December cold snap.  Just over $50 an acre has been  paid for i 60 acres in Drainage District No. 7 at Bonners Ferry, to which  another $50 must me added to pay  dyking costs.  In his effort to keep the electric  light plant running and to keep_ the  water pdwer flume clear of ice fcJec-  tracian Billings at Kaslo averaged eights  hours sleep during the las! week of  December.  The Herald cleans that if 1926 is  normal the proceeds from the crops on  the dyked areas at Bonners Ferry will  give the tows a ferade equal t������ the  best enjoyed when the big .sawmill  plant payroll was available.  Bonners" Ferry is hoping to share an  an appropriation of $65,000 to finance  an extensive survey to ascertain just  exactly the damage, if any, that will  result if West Kootenay Power ot  Light Company put in their proposed  dam lUlow  Melaoa,  NEWS OF KOOTENAYS  MINERAL AGT  -     [FORM F]  Certificate of Improvements  iVOT/OEOF APPL.IQATI&N  Two hundred couple attended the  Trainmen's New Year ball at Cranbrook.  Rossland has a snowshoe and  hikers' club this wintef with forty  members.  Canada Savings & Loan Association  is opening a branch at Kimberley. It  already operates at Trail.  At Kimberley 1500 residents saw  the new Ford car the three days it  was on display this month.  MIAGAKA MINERAL CLAIM.     Situate in  the Nelson Mining Diyisioti of West Kootenay   District.     Where  located:    On   Iron  Mountain, northwesterly froaaa Kitchener,  *B.C������     Lawful  holder:   Charles Plummer  Hill, Victoria, B.C.   Number of the holder's  Free Miner's Certificate. No. 12016-D.  TAKE NOTICE that I, G. A. M. Young*. Free  Miner's Certifleato No. 4334-I>, acting- t������s agent  (or the said  Charles  Plummet  Hill, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to applv to tho  Mining; Recorder for a certificate of improve-  nmonte, for fche purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of tho above olatm:  And farther take notice that action, under  Section 85 of the Mineral Aot, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate  of ianprovomontR.  r>ated thlRSth day of November, A.D. 1923.  SiaOiWS 3*W*t*9sffo  to &*rtiGmf������  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  Mm MIi*mmb&Hi  iy^uj *B     BSftwJm-BlBf    fS������wSE^9WiSmSWSmSM  j  Shoe and Harnean Repairing  fSN  Pure wool Ladies' Sweaters* assorted  ������  JS ^a "* _ '__ *__aJ������- a**^?      "TC^  sizes ama ^oi������j>Fs? reg. priTO? ������p <t *g <������?|  ' clurins? tfels 3 ale* cfea^las^ at������������������ r-  -*ra  Do   not   fail   to   see   these   at   once.  exceptional values and will  go quick.  nriPSP  1 ney  are  Dry Goods  Groceries  T$&&to. JDk  Fiirnitiire  Hardwire  Reserve  The best reserve one can have  sis money in a Savings Hank  account. It not only increases  by the interest it earns but it  gives you assurance in meeting  any problem which may present  itself, Areserve ts as necessary  to you as it is to your Bank. Open  aaavinfi account with this Bank  and start to establish yoar re*  serve. it  ***������    ffW II ^KM-Zf       TOJBwaf M/mwM     ~*MM   ^H l������^%i*������  ���������������>...   j*m**Msm**mmt**mmtm  OF CA.VMMJQLA.  CHLESTON BRANCH,  AM'      -MM  MaWR.W'litar.  mmmmsmammmr *wmmtmimto  Keep UTYsr^ ***  and Gomlorta  WEAK  g. Oood Underwear  Socks,   Shirts,   Mackinaw    Goats  Sleep warm under our Blankets, Quilts  and  ��������� r'^  CANTJLE  H  LIMTED  The Mineral Province of Western Canada  TO THE END OF DECEMBER, 1926  Haa produoed Minerals an PoIIowr.    Placer Gold, $7������,018,948;      Lode Gold, $126,972,318,  Silver, $180,787,003;    Lead, $106,970,442;   Copper. $209,967,068;     Zinc, 650,512,557;     Coal  and Coke; $20*4,699,1 S3; Structural Materials and Miscellaneous Miaaenvls, $50,175,407; making its mineral production to the ond of 1925 ahow an  Aggregate Value oi $988,108,470    ������il a /  Production ��������� year ending December, 1926, $67,188,842  Tho Mining Laws of this Province are more liberal and the fees lower than'thoee of  any other Province in the Dominion, or any colony in ,the British Empire*  Mineral locations aro granted to discoverers for nominal foes.  Absolute Titles are obtained by developing: such properties, the Beouricy of which is  guaranteed by Crown grants. ' ,  .  Full information, together with Mining Reports and Mapa, may he obtained gratis by  addressing-1-- -  ���������;    Tim HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  N.B,���������Pi.utlonUy aU British Columbia Mineral Proportles upon which development work haa been clone ,  nro dftatiribcid In Homo one of tho Annual Renot-ta of the Minister of Ml non.   Those considering mlnln-pf  InvoBtnaorata dhoaaUl refer to aaacb reporta.   Thoy atro available without oharpjo on -iu)plication to tho Do-  paartmento  MIiioh, Victoria, B.O.    Reports of the Geological Sau-vey of Canada, Winch Building, Van-  couver, aire arccommended ub valnaible tioiarccH of inrormiitioala  Elepoiiu covering each of tho Six Mi'deral Siarvey Dlats-lcte are jjajbllahod Hepnrwtoly, nrtd are avail ,  alale on -application.  mumvugt  mmsmmasmsimmmmmtsi  % J/  THE CBESTOK b:  J&liMY  which will in due time much improve  the appearance of Creston.  Miss Scrimgeour, one ���������of *the directors left Creston in April. Previous  to her departure she was entertained by  the Institute niembers at the home of  ieresting address on the intelligence of  children. Baby clothes have bee****  donated by the Institute^ in two cases.'  and the First Aid Mts at fhe-schools  have been replenished. - V 'V *;*_% .  $25 was donated teethe Creston fall  IVlrs. Stevens, ana a vera/ enjoyable s������~'~iah to beased for prizes is the plants  ������tt������HE OUALITY OF BEER' _  X depgfids, of course, aixnost Sq  "entirely upon the MATERIAL, that is1  used in its composition.  The main constituents are MALT,  which gives it BODY and CON-  DITIG>������ zad HOPS* wisieh FLAVOR  esd PRESERVE it.  V/e are using ossly the finest CANADIAN MALT and the finest BRITISH  COLUMBIA HOPS, blended with the  best IMPORTED BOHEMIANS HOP&  thus our BEERS are fine, pure and  Our storage capacity is very large,  -which enables us to create in our  Beer the qualities ol .RIPENESS aad  MATURITY.  We hcew and bottle the iasaotts OLD  MILWAUKEE LAGER BEER, try it,  For -Saleat Government Liquor Stores  aaad Beer Parlors.  YV CSTIVIINSTER BREWEaW LTD.  &, .-���������*���������. :������������������������������������������������������'.: 7U^Westts*\\nst^ ^     ���������������%  f urn inrt-rm-'iri'-i-y       "'-   ,: ~** : : ~   ' "'  '    ' ''������������������������^a^*��������������� i      - n   r  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the liquor  Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  "'?'.   '������������������  ,-���������?���������"������������������      '      '��������� '���������������������������        ���������.������������������:'- %���������������������������  -������������������  : ;���������?-.:--���������:<   ->  "W* 'n-vlteche public  to visit our Brewcary  Plant, at New West*  minster, -where they  <cain CCS7.SCS tla^SS*  ������������lve������ cf the trutb  Of   OOS*  6tat������SB93Ttt*-93  SYNOPSIS OF LAND  ACT AMENDMENTS  S��������� -ss-wys ts= ������������������-  A^B v &-w **rar  tesmoon -was spent,  court  played.     Mrs. * R.   B.  Staples,  vice-  president,   left  Creston   shortly  afterwards and it had been planned to entertain her also, but owing to heir brother's illness at  Nelson she left suddenly, and it was impossible to carry  out the arrangements.    The places of  these two on the executive have been  ably  Ulled by  Mrs.  J.   E.  Haydea,  who   replaced   Mrs.   Staples  as  vice-  | president, and Mrs. Maxwell. *  |     On May 7th the anaual b-alb dis-  play, tea and sale of cooking was held  and was well attended realizing. $33.  The Institute was interested iu receiving  'a letter from an Institute "in England,  and  answered  the  letter,   hoping the  corresondence will continue.  On July 1st the Institute had an at-'  tractive booth for the sale of refreshments and novelties, and rest room, in  the fall fair building, which were much  appreciated. About $110 was cleared  on that day. including $21, realized  on a raffle of a birthday calse, donated  by the president; Mrs. R. Stevens.  The Institute subscribed.. $35 to the  Jubilee celebration fund. Mrs. Ste-*  vens represented the Institute on Mae  Jubilee celebation committee. A popularity contest was sponsored by the  committee and the Creston candidate  nominated by the Institute ��������� Miss  Irene fjHLuscroft -��������� was the first-prize  winner. The contest was a decided  financial success.  The usual annual flower show was  net held in 1927 owing to the Jubilee  celebration making suth a heavy demand on Institute energies, but we  hope to resume it in  1929.  At the March meeting ^pli. Mauo^   i  uuu  at| svvar^.w.  ccjaaa,**,.  The    Institute  made an entry of cooking at the fair,  but was not successful in carrying off?  the prize.    A number of tlie members  co-operated  with the  fall  fair directors, assisting in arranging the entries.  A tag day was held on fair day,  and resulted in $52  being coll-gcted.  The Institute made it up to $60, sending $20 each to the Crippled Children  fund, the Queen Alexandra Solarium  and    the    Children's    Aid    Society.  Monthly tea collections of $27 have  also been sent to the Crippled Children's Fund.     $10 was given Creston  Public Library.    Clothing was collected in response to appeals   from   two-  families.     In November Walter Mo  Raye gave an exceedingly interesting  lecture on  "This Canada of Ours,*'  and   in   the   afternoon   addressed  the  school children.  Dr. and Mrs. Lallie gave three de  monstratious in Gesso work, which were  well attended. On. Armistice Day a  wreath in Institute colors was laid on  the soldiers* memorial. The regular  meeting, falling on this date, was made  a seciat. occasion, the members being  at home to the ladies of Creston,  Major Mallandaine gave a short address, and Mrs.,Mallandaine a .recitation appropriate to the. day.  The Institute was represented at the  Provincial- Conference of .Women's  Institutes at Chilliwack in May by  Mrs. Murrell, and at the district conference at Kaslo, in November, by-  Mrs. Cherrington. The president,  Mrs? Stevens, also attended the latter.  An invitation was sent to the district  conference to hold its 1928 meeting  at Creston and the invitation has been  accepted. Eight Christmas hampers  were, distributed, nearly all the contents being contributed by members.  Flowers- -were sent in several cases  to sick members. Remembering oiar  motto, "For Home and Country/*  may we do more and better jwork than  before. Even in our town town there  are several dungs that need doing,  and if we can help to do them the  Institute will have justified its existence  in Creston..'    . . N"-       ���������  Yourfotev ;-  Used as a bank has many dis*  advantages.  "ft. A =..  m  sa It is easY*o  spend on Criiles or may be  or stolen*  ���������������������  Weekly fdepcsSSs aa ous  will aceum^date rapidly. ������������  Small or large accounts au������ wetcoca'a  Y,  >*���������**  PRE-EMPTIONS  vacant, was?es*a������ ve������. sisfveyed Gisma  lands may be pre-empted by British  subjects over 18 years ot age, and by  aliens on declaring Intention to become  aaritish subjects, conditions! upon residence, occupation, and improvement  for agricultural purposes.  Fall -anf������rmattf>*������ esBncewaing regulations regarding pre-emptiorasr is given  in Bulletin No. 1, Land Series. "How  to Pre-empt Land," copies of which can  be obtained free of cliarge by addressing the Department of Lands. Victoria,  B.C., or to any Government Agent.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes,  and which is not timberland, i.e., carrying over 5,000 "board feet per acre  west of the Coast Range and 8,000-feet  per acre east of that range.     ���������  Applications for pre-emptions are to  be addressed to the Land Commissioner  . of   the   Land  Recording   Division   in  kctsvlti������s  'lAJ^-.JaOiAJM-J^  Paid JJp $20,0���������50,430CF  } Reserve Fund $20,000,000  Creston. Branch  ning, school inspector, gave a very in- i  R. J. Focbes, Maaaagcr  ' In lavino- before ~yon the assnna! report of -1927, which I do with great  diffidence, I think I may say that oh  the whole we have had a very successful year, but always, it seems, that  we-could, "and perhaps oughVto accomplish more than we do, especially  locally. The monthly social evenings,  which were started last winter, gave  much pleasure. They were held in  January, February and March, and  one also in November.  In February a dance was held to  raise money for a family who had their  home destroyed by. fire. On this occasion the sum of $77 was cleared.  The Institute owes thanks to Mrs. Lis-  bbss  3BE  sIEIODIs  31=11=  aeae  E3QJ=JEC  ���������?-V  . f-M --���������.-  l:? is..'- y?%&''i.  which the land applied for is situated.  and are made on printed forms, copied ter*s orchestra, who played practically  j of which canbe obtained fromthe Land" '&.    ������������������?���������'"']-������ .:s --s^i. ���������'���������> ���������*.'*-���������������'    a. r ���������..  Commissioner. . .tree, ana to Christ Cnurch comnuUee  Ehre-empiioiai* must !������ ocewpied for, v/ho only charged half the usual rent  five yeajs and Improvements made to|frtu. ������W������> pnri������l. Hull  value of $10 per acre, including clear- IW mc ^arwn "������"���������  are  aU  Ing and cultivating at least five acres,  before a Crown Greunt can be received.  For more detailed infomiation see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt Land."  PURCHASE  ; The Institute appointed a committee  to confer with the Village commissioners and Board of Trade with regard to  Canada's Confederation jubilee cele-  AppMcafclonsW^re6e|yed for purchase Ration, and put forward several sugges-  tiona, amongst thean being tree planting along some of the village streets.  This suggestion was acted on, and well  over: 100 maple trees were planted,  of vacant, unreserved? Crown Lands,  not being timberland, for agricultural  purposes; minimum price of first-class  (arable) land is $3 pet acre, nnd second  class (grazing) land $2.50 per acre.  Further information regarding purchase  or lease of Crown lands is given in Bulletin No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase  and Lca&e of Crown Lands."  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land, nob exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, tho conditions including payment of stumpoge.  WOMW8IWK I.18ABKB  Unsurveyed aretio knot exceeding SO!  acres mo> be-leaseil as homesites, ijpn-  ditional upon a dwelling being; erected  in tho first year, title being obtainable  after residence and improvement conditions are fulfilled nnd land has been  surveyed.  URASES  Por t*raa!njr and industrial purpones  ureas not exceeding 010 acres may be  leased by ono person or n company,  GllAZBNG  Under tho Grazing jrflct the Province ia divided into grazing districts  nnd the range administered under a  araxlng Commissioner. Annual grass*  Lrig permits aro issued based on numbers ranged, priority, being given to  titilatiUatuia ovjacrs, Qtsct-onrawfl mny  form associations for range -management Free, or partially free permits  are available for setUera, eonapora or  frnvcllers. up to ten head.  II  R. A. COMFOUT  ANNOUNGEMENT  Due  tbe   steady advance  in  cost of all linos of feed, I am  compelled    to    raise   Milk  Erices, which from Decem-  er 1st will be aa follows :  MILK  JERSEY���������8 Quarts for $1.20  HOT^TKIN-^10Qii&rt8t$1.10  We are forcibly reminded to pass out the above information due the fact that this month we are receiving "duns"  from jlocal business men m&i&Q out on stationery that waa  not panted 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' deal with-him.  But don't overlook the other equally sound business  principle that no harm can como of getting prices locally���������regardless of anything and everything the order-taker may tell  you about the local printer's limitations.  Pint..  CREAM -  30c    J-Pin t.  15c.  E  CRESTON   REVIEW  COMMERCIAL,  PRINTING  DEPT  rm  nsuniats  BE  30GSU3I  ngiBsaaoat  *i*iwMiCTr?gss������y-t?'jyy '    TTTTn      T>jr"XTT1?Xxr       rrr>TTCrrfYKr      "R       f]  mt      :m  **&JT*m. mT**.***\    -akaOfeKS.  Red Rose Grange Pekoe is the finest  ^ tea in the best package���������-Aiwnkum  Ci r a i n -C< r o p s I is 1928  The prediction has been .made frord many- sources,  and with, but few  . t_-������j������^������. v uuuuo,    jVjl   <tu5'.    cu.������.(.    ������Iic   yefciZ     XJa-aii.   g������v������Ks   jju-OSXlloC   OI    sj^jijiAg    uT&C'.iu    tilt"  greatest years of development in Canada's history, marked by unprecedented  fotivity in mining; manufacturing-, "building-, water-power development, ta*ans-  portatipia, and a. rising- tide of immigration. Authorities in banking- and  finance are a unit in declaring* that Canada is now in a position to take a  giant step forward, and that apart from the financial ability aaad resources  of Canada itself.'.both. British and United. States-inoney vvili be available i'or  sound development enterprises.  What of agriculture, the basic industrj' of Western Canada, and upo;  the prosperity of which niuih of the growth .and prosperity-of. all Canadian  industry depends7 ���������.?".-''?  Vylt is generally recognized that agriculture- occupies a stronger position  to4ay than it did a few years ag-o and that conditions ha've baeh. steadily  improving year by year. There is a feeling of hopef ulnes3 abroad that this  situation will continue. Rut if 192S is to pa-ore a successful year for our  Western faarmers they must themselves take time by the forelock, and lay the  fosipdations of that success. It is now when the snow is on the ground and  the temperature hovers around the zero point that tne first step towards  assuring- good ca-ops in the fall of the year must be taken. y?  V Later in the year everybody, and especially the farmers; -will look ahx-  iotisly for adequate rainfalls at the right season, for bright sunshiny days,  for an absence of frosts, hail, rust and other blighting* agencies, and for good  weather for harvest and threshing. Btat a combination of all these favorable  conditions will not in themselves assure theWest a bumper crop. Something-  raoare is required, and now is the time to provide it- The conditions noted  above are not within the power of maii?to determine, but, -fortunately, it xsin  his power absolutely to provide the first essential requirement, naxoeVy, good,  clean seed possessing' a 'tnakimnsn of geraainatingy qualities.  Unless the best of clean eeed is sown^thev best and cleanest crops cannot  bey-''obtained. If weed seeds are. sown, weeds"'and not wheat, oats,or othee  saleable g-rain will result. This fact is so obvious that it would seem quite  unnecessary to lay any stress upon it.    But What'is the situation?        P.  sf can profit from the lessons learned from a seed* drill  Submitted Best Design  Woman ts Architect For New Sfcnke-  ���������   speare Memorial Theatre  A young English woman of 29, has  been named architect of the new  Shakespeare Memorial Theatre at  Stratford-on-Avon. The design of  Elizabeth Scott, daughter of a  Bournemouth doctor} was unanimously selected from the 70 submitted to  .the Anglo-American selection* committee. *  ,  Miss Scott cOmes froan a family of  architects. Her plans arc described as  a bold and splendid conception taking  full advantage of the beautiful site on  the, 'banks of the A.von.  OUR wiTER WEATHER  Biplane Built For  A Tryihg Time For People With  Weak Watery Blood  Canadian winter weather is a trying iisne for debilitated, run-down?  people. Tlie close air of shut-up  houses, lack 'of.? out-of-door exercise,  the restricted diet of the season, all  have their effect on weakened systems. '.There is always in such cases  the danger of severe colds, attacks of  influenza, or the still more dreaded  pneumonia.' There is no other time  of year, when a.-bountiful supply of  rich, red blood is so necessary; and  the one way to keep the blood, rich  and pure and thus avoid winter trouble is through the use of I>r. Wil-  Uahis* j?ink Pills. if, unfortunately,  you have fallen a victim to influenza,  or other winter troubled, this same  medicine will, restore your health and  sireiigth. Among ..those who have  proved the value of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills is Miss Margaret Pearson,  R:R. ISTo. 3, Chatham. Miss Pearson  had passed through a severe attack  of influenza and says: "It left me so  weak and .run-down, that I could  scarcely walk. Anaemia set in and it  almost seemed as if I would not pull  through-the winter, as I grew so weak  that the least exertion would bring on  fainting spells. I was under medical  treatment, but it did not help me.  Then one day in our local paper  I read an advertisement of Dr. Williams' "pink Pills, and decided to try  them. By the time I had used three  boxes I felt much, better, and continu-  ing the use of the pills it was not long  before I felt .better than-1 had been  before the influenza attacked me. My  rapid recovery surprised my friends,  and when, asked "What did you do?"  tJ would proudly say, "Not mv doing,  Williams' Pink Pills." To rae,  "      * a-^ -    ,  New    British ��������� Machine .  To   -Take  "Soundiaigs" Of Upper Air  A new biplane,  specially designed  fr-.f   ���������������.< j-aar������{ ��������� ~ i-a���������-x.   _-i.Jij.--j _*.    4_ _a  ���������~-   ���������������������������."o  ���������^���������-e������^a taiaimuca),  its  aw.v   SiX.  the Royal Aircraft Establishment,  Farnborough, England. In ihis machine it is hoped to ascend to a great  height and obtain "soundings" of the  upper airr-One theory to be tested is  that *s.t 10 or "' waa������������e ot^m.-*. +i������������ sa'ra-a>  there are constantly moving currents  of air travelling at 200* miles an hour  and more. Such upper air tides as  these might have a revolutionary ? influence osi long-distance flying. The  British machine vvrhich. is to carry out  this test is a Bristol biplane with an  air-cooled Jupiter engine: specially  equipped for maintaining its power in  rarifled air.        ,���������  It will prbbabi:y be piloted by  Flight-Lieulenant J. A. Gray, one of  "the most expert of the Government  test pilots. For these high-altitude  nights pilots are being provided  with special air suits and helmets  like those of diving suits, the airmen peering put throaagh small circular windows- In one new 'plane the  airmen will be enclosed, in a glass-  windowed cabin, which will be automatically supplied with oxygen.  "S&sss ended in dsatsa. .S������ a- recent  Canadian. investigation showed.  These* w.er������ not cases of infectious  diseases������������������ of consumption������������������of typhoid! They wero cases where a  person had sustained some slight  injury���������a cut, a .burn', a'wire-prick-  ���������������������������and where the woaind, being  thought not serious endu'gh for careful treatment, had been neglected.  JBlood-polsoning and death 'Resulted.  When you or your children s������s������  tain any -injury, ensure against Infection by applying Zam-Buk. This  balm soothes the pain, stops -bleed*  ing, and ay destroying all geraias  pravanls blood-poisoning., etc. Henca  no tiane need be lost from work or  pleasure by those who use Zam-Bailr.  All'dealers, 506. box.  40  Hye Eclipses TSus^Tear  Three Will Be Of Saan, and Twq Ol  3vr������oR -  For those whose interests centi-e to  ������. -a  Money"Iror Kesearch Work  *****       -^-M* * *������-'t^       jm-m^mm g^*J  Chicago   PJiiis&nthropist  , fSunv ^or Medical Research  A 47-year-old man and his wife,  Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. fLasker, Chi-  some extent in the astronomical jcago, have established a, foundation  world, the new year will satisfy them for *rhedical research at the University  in  tliat   five   eclipses   are   scheduled.!of Chicago, with an initial endowment  survey conducted by the Saskatchewan Department of Agricultuare last year.  In 25 towrasmps samples of grain, were taken from the''"seed drills of "Iha ^{jt^  farmers and tested as to grade. Out of eacb ten iskmples submitted in whieat,1at leastV the^ pills havfe been cworth  three graded No. 1 or No. 2, four graded No. 3, and three graded rejected.       I their weight in gold  The oats being sown did not make as good a showing,���������16 per cent,  graded No. 1 or No. 2, 16 per cent, graded No.'3, and 68 per cent, rejected.  As in the case of wheat, the oats rejected was caused chiefly by the presence  of noxaoias weeds. In other words, only three out of every ten farmers were  sowing good, clean seed wheat, and only 16 out of every 100 farmers were  sowing good, clean seed oats. Under such conditions, how can Western  farmers expect to obtain large? yields and a highly profitable return from  their labor?  "Ninety-seven per cent, of the farmers in these? townships were using?  cleaning machinery of some kind, while 92? per cent, were .using one or  another of the recognized methods'off treatingkgrain for smut. It was established that the success, or non-success, in tlie operation of ?seed cleaning  machines did not lie so much in the make of the machine used as it did in  the man operating it. Another factor, of course, was the extent of the  pollution of the seed stock. The moral is, that farmers should at this time  overhaul their seed cleaning machines and.make a close study of the best  methods of operation. Of major importance is the obtaining of the cleanest  possible seed to put through these machines.  There Is a ]ot of truth in the claim of the Canadian Seed Trade Association that an iaivestment too often overlooked in these days of mining and  oil speculation, is the one of bettor seed. The assertion is made that one  Three will be of the -sun, and two (Sit  the moon, the new year bringing the  same number as in 1927. On'May 19  there will be a total eclipse of the sain  but the powers that be say it -will  not foe visible in Canada. June 3 a total eclipse off the moon is forecast  which will be visible. in some parts  of the West- Two weeks later the sun  will go into a partial eclipse and on  November 12 the performances is re-  of $1,000,000, to lengthen the span of  life through^ttae study of degenerative  diseases incurred past the: age of 50.  The foundation will be known as  the "Lasker foundation for Medical  Kesearch." fLasker is. a former chairman off tlie TJnited States shipping  ffc>oard;;,IIe lists been long interested, in  medical research.  "Sour   'Hoiane ''Mediciaio?'Chest.    ���������  Among tlxe standard household reme-  As a precaution against winter ills  take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills now.  Sold by all medicine dealers, or sent  by mail at 50c a box by The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  War Weapons Used  T A      Airl      HTtnrt<*ir������*������l-*r-  Airplanes   and   Army   Tanks -Carry.  Relief To Needy People  Another dream of the novelist has  come true. Aeroplanes have been used  in England to carry food to starving  people in villages isolated by storms  from ordinary communication with  the outside world. The aviators were  unable to find aaiy landing-place, so  vthe food was placed in . bags and  dropped by way of pai-achutes. The  manifold uses to which the aeroplane  can be- put in time of peace arc in-  dollar invested hi butter seed during the spring should return at least six or | creasing in^number everyday. It ought  peated. Western^adians^will have ��������� ^��������� ^^m������i������������&-a^ad������:-.  to take the word of? ttaeyspientist for ] your hom^.,rn^diCii^ chest -non<? is  these because they^ will hot be visivle ' more important:. than Dr. Thomas'  in the We?3*- Tha?" last ^ecliDse of the  Eclectrief'QitVIt^imanlfoid usefailness  year "will be^ on November  27 when 33i reBeveJng- Pa^ra^?J^a{*i^ia^S;  f,    . .,,  , .������.-,.-.-*      --ness   ������s   known  by  many   thousands  the moon wall be completely hidden, [throughout the land. Always use Dr.  The eclipse will be visible throughout, Thomas' Eclectric��������������������������� Oil   for   relieving  rheumatic and sciatic pains, treating  sore throats and chests, coughs,  burns, scalds, cuts, bruises and  sprains. ��������� VV. ������������������������������������  tho North Aam.erican continent,  iThe. |asual legal and national holidays will be on the program for the  year with any additional ones the  authorities might permit. To round  off tlie twelve months :the year 1923  is the 19th year of. the reign of King  George V. and the 62nd year Cf Confederation will commence on July 1.  The King of Pain-  -MhmiHPs Liniment  The toy industry ��������� of the TJnited  States shows an increase of more than  1,300 per cent, in* the last twenty  years.   ���������  '" Proposals Favored  Hon. Charles Stewart, minister of  the .interior, is favorable to the naming of a mbuiitainpeak after the. late  Premier John Oliver, according to advices received at Victoria;. He will  recomhiegd. the proposal to the geographic board of Canada, , -  A simple electric alarm that- tells  when the door to which it is attached  j swihg-3 open, is a French Invention.  seven dollars in the fall, and with right condataoias and care it may return  ns high as ten or fifteen dollars.  Good, clean seed will not in itself assure a heavy and profitable crop.- ���������  there are many other factors involved,���������but unless good, clean seed is raowai  it is certain that such a crop can never bo harvested. It is necessary to begiii  at the beginning, and the seed sown is the beginning, whether it bo of a crop  of hai*d wheat or noxious woods. ���������"'  SfV.AU. PIMPLES  OnHandsand Face, Itched  and Burned; Cuticura  Heals In Six Weeks,  *" Kcrrnira Ivrok** out in nmnU pim-  plew on uvy bunds and face. The  pimplcm wffrar hard uml raid, and  itched and burned. I could not put  in/ handi-a in water ba-cnunc It aimd������;  tb-m vvoi-Nc I could not h������lp  !*CT������1chla-.p; und nibbing the ut'frctcd  paraja wnd causing disf'iff-urcinent.  The imnbl������ UiHtcd thvrr. niutathti.  " I rr-rid ran n������K'������Tt'srmcnt Tr>r  Caitir.aaru K'^ap nnd f3iutm������ant and  ������rut fox u lit?-- -..iariiple. J purchaMrd  iTHJir: ;iud is: about a^.x.wcckt. I w������s  cornpletrly healed." ( Slfj-a������ed>v Johai  A. MacDoiiii Id, Bouth Wb:ai  Mar(jarc.i-. N. S.  Nuihiaaj; quickrr or Kttfer tlaaai  Cuticura Soap and Olntincnt for  Hkin trouhlria that itch and buna.  >a������mi>l* i'.t.<h  Vx: br Uatl.   .A tl'lrrit*  f-Knit'likn  liep-.i:   "BUdinnuif, I.id., tMnutt.nl."   I'rleo, Jluap  11,1-,   I ������_!r.l������ir|j; '.'������, s i.<l Un:, 'I ������U-*w>. '.'I'-.  to., bo a Jeremendous satisfaction to  those who have striven for years to  perfect control of the air that their  aciforts arc being utilized in the cause  of humanity.  The past year has afforded many  dramatic incidents similar to that recorded from England. The traditional  and symbolic beating of swords iaato  ploughshares ia a mere figure of  speech compared to tho literal ntul  Stnaarttt For Talbot House Which j practical use of arany tanks to critsh a  C'oiiamomoratos H<-iro������>H Of i path through roads rendered impas-  What <'Toc H" Means  Flaimlci'H Fields  Proliably nothing- hi the way of  aphraaes is more widely kaiown, ancl  yet ao little uaiderstoou as "Toe H."  A reader aaka mes to clucldaUo tho  mystery. It in described in oaie of ita  own publications iu������ "Merely tin affectionate .diminutive tho signaller's  trick for saying 'T.H.' amid tho noise  of war," It stands for Talbot Houae,  a memorial "hoiasa that lovo biailt" at  Poporiiapfhc, near Yprcs, -just 12 ycuvn  ago, aad commemorate-:! young Oil-  br-i'i Talbot, ������on oC tlvs T.ilyhop of WJ������-  ch^fvtr-r, nnd al** \ho fv<i,v������r>f of inrira-  laoocl ol! AllSc-d camp who foil iaa Flam-  dcra Fields. Tho laanp of rfimoanbi'aince  In Tuc Ii. Chapel���������All ITallowa-by-  thu-Tower-   is to bo kept alight for all  sttblb by snow and thus carry rcliof to  those In need. It would' be a groat day  for the civilized world if all the-army  aeroplanes aaid all the arany tanks of  tho Powers could be converted into  mall carriers aiatd road rollers .'---Montreal Star.  Collie Has Own M'elliud  A remarkable dog is owned by a  .faranor of Bajaarg, Ayrahlro. Ho is a  black aaid white eo'Jilc and answers to  the aiame of "Laddio.'?    Kccently   he  waua witnessed catclalaag a rabbit; but  he evidently v.-nn pott'MHvo  n.i  io tho  spilling of bloo<l aatd refused to worry  thts a-abbit to death. Instead oC that ho  hauled his eaptiec to si burn, whero ho  hold bin licad under water till it was  (inia^ to effect moral recant-ration otLirowaiod.   lie  hn.������a  ncvi?r,  Uio  farmer  tlau v, lauU.: world. fniyaa, duno other than drown lil.a rab-  -������������������ ���������  '- i bitn.  i  Hair fan* lhe beat violin b'������w.: cnriir-.'i !  * *���������  frtiirn \v 1 ait<s haia-hoM. j     The    Imil    waiter-proot    ciofcai    waua  . ..   .         I innaUi   hy   u   Ha*.nt������*.li   a'lic.nai:it,  ("Muia-left  VV  I '?  1V I <  ."Miii������r������rn f.ltilina'iit fna- Mai'ii thro At.  J\hu"aia<ti;tli. In 1H2.".  The whole world lcl^ow^3 Aspirin as an effective antidote for  pain. But it's jusi as important to know ihat thpro is only one  genuine Aspirin. The name Bayer is on every tablet, nnd on the  boje. If the lu'uuc liayer appeai-aS. it's ^nwuic:; and li it floesn't.  it is not I HcadochoB are dispelled b}' Aspirifi- So are colds, and  the pain that aoes with them; even neuralgia. ncuritU, and rlictima-  tism promptly relieved. Get Aspirin���������at any drugstore���������with  provcu directions.  Physicians prescribe Aspirin;  it dues NOT affect the heart  JkBplrtrt la (h* tratfa matrk ������r������������trl������ii.rr.1 1ia ^naiaa.Ii.) InilK'illiir 'Tlajfir M*miran������������w. WlUlft It  lu m+\\ Vn-"������*---i th*| A������������:-lr!ai itn-ai'n K'-uivr <������������a-irnctur**������ a.������ ������������������������ur#> iltn |.ul������|lu ������K������.Sa������a.t ltuat*������  ���������81������j������m,  Hi* TaMfirf tvUI lv$ atnan^il wai'4 th*)ttr  "JfMjw OroMM"  att������ila,wa*atk. TM >-"'    "Ot^vt^tt.    r^T^c-rrrjNJV    T5.    C;  />  /  iHi"    I lin 9-J\l SJA 1*\  :������������������������������������������.  Death Of Noted English Writer  j   A Distinguished Visitor  I  ���������'Montreal'.���������Possibilities of increased development in the Peace" River \  District, and prospective prosperity to  be derived by new1' settlers in thatg  area, were pointed out by lion. .John  E. Brownlee,-K.C.", .Premier of Alberta, in an interview.  Premier Brownlee explained he had  come to Montreal for discussion oh  the Alberta railway r question *. With  Sir Henry TThpr-aton, president of the  Canadian Ka&oiial, ar.d'E. W. Beat^  ty, ^president of the Canadian Pacific  Hallway.    The provincial government  operated two roads,    the    3i*������lmonro*������3 ?  Dunvegan and British Columbia Rail- | novellst planned and btiilt a fmc  way, and the.. Alberta and Great Wa- J ^rick and ato^c country house w  terwajs Railways, both of which, in  lhO|, Premier's opinion, should be incorporated in. one of the two- great  trans-continental systems.. He was  prepared to 'discuss, terms for the dis  Thomas    Hardy,    Deai:    OI    I-kaglisia  Literature, Parses In 87lh tfear  -Dorchester, ' En g.���������Thomas Hardy,  aged dean of English li\.eranire, it-  dead at hi.s home here after a month's  illness,  The famous 87-year-old novelist had  a chill December 12, nnd thereafter  his condition -was. alternately hopeful  and then critical, but his ago imposed  heJ^vy odds against recovery.  With Hardy's death$ one of the  greatest of the Victorians, scenes of  whose'novels of English life were laid  in his beloved Wcssex whero" lie lived  most of his years, passed from tbe  literary world.  Hardy died in surroundings which  he, no doubt, would have chosen for  his end. The -historic country side of  his home -was to him tlie moat loved  j of fejjota. more than 40 years ago the  red  ountry house which  has been his home and sanctum ever-  sincc. It was in this home that ho  produced some of the greatest literature of modern times.  ������F^rJ9CbJ.  lines, being convinced both the provinces and the absorbing company will  derive benefits from the amalgamation.  The Edmonton Dun"tfe*raTi and Ri-i-  tish. Columbia Railway serves the  Peace     River     district,    which     Mr.  Will Receive Canadians  Of  ITarmers  From   XSomisiioxi'  Will Be Received By tlie King  At Buckingham" Palace  Montreal.���������r-That His Majesty the  King will receive the Canadian farm-  ea-s1 Tistrty now on tour, -was tbe effec  of a cable received at headquarters of  the Canadian National Railways, This  group of farmers from all, provinces  is now on the high seas. It was organized through the Department of  Colonization and Agriculture of the  National System, with the -co-operation of the White Star Line, to make  a sury_ey of agricultural marketing  systems in Great Britain and Denmark. H.R.H. the Prince of Wales had  previously announced his intention of  receiving the Canadians who will also  have tho benefit.of meeting technical  advisors of the Ministry of Agriculture.  His Majesty will receive the Canadian party at^ Buckingham Palace a  WARIfi ������VhPE n  I? vtuo/ at LitW/lj io  GREAT Ail OF  BRITISH PEOPLE  Washington,���������Senator Raoul Dan-  durand's words to the League of Nations* Assembly in 1925 that "peace  is the greatest of British interest,"  were quoted by* Sir' Essie Howard,  British ambassador, in an address be-  -fore the American Engineering Council here.       ^ -  -  The Senator's statement that governments would all have io conform  to tlae principle of peace or "their existence would be shortlived indeed,"  would be unhesitatingly endorsed by  the vast majority of British people,  Sir Eerrae &aicT.  Referring to    occasional    criticism:  Invokes B:g Revenue  Validity Of Alberta Coal Tax Is To  ���������Bo Tested.  j<v|*i!ont������ii.   The validity of the  provincial coal tax, which*represents  ;:*Lprd Beaverbrcok, who was recently bereaved by tlao dc^tli of lais wife,  has returned to England after a short  visit here.  revenue of .some ������300,000 annually to  Brownlee  explained  was  one  of  the   the provincial treasury; is to be test-  most fertile portions of Alberta. The  area was being opened up rapidly,  arfl had astremendous^ .future as a  grain producing. country.; ? In order  thait- it might be developed'tS the  greatest advantage, the provincial  government thought the railway  . shbuld be extended through; one of  thjji' Rocky Mountain passes-to obtain  afdireet outlet on the Pacific Coast  fq|' its products. As a-.provinciaUy--  owned concern, the Premier said this  conld not be undertaken by his government, as it would encroach on the  territory,of.anaS^er-proyMce^.,���������. ^..^A,  fAt th <^; present? timl^l^rfef^vlre��������� |Q������,*  OOiO acres iiritter    cultivation^'Yii:'$ ihe  Peace River  DistrictVfbetwcen  ei  a^d.nine,|^ilh^n bushels of wheat be  itag har.ve3ted,.in lQ2X^p^^a'1ax^S'K'  and it wasjes'tt^ acres  could ; be "placed uhdtjr"*ciiltiyation?;fti  ed before the Supreme Court of Canada at the forthcoming Easter sitting,  it was annoimced ..Recently, and the  Province, is '���������ready" to go ahead with  the ciase.'? S-; ?' :V .*"?"'" P''  Tl^ ca?se agaiiLstVtlie original, defendants, tlie Caledonian Collieries,  Limited, is: to be;-proceeded with, in  place of pushing the more recent action in which tliefC-P-R-, was cited as  defendaait. V-'f; ' '���������"���������"'  V,?The question is "one of the right oi  the province to collect a tasj\ on every  ton. of coal mined in the province and  thevdecisioii .^hinges 6ii,/v/hetlier or:?not  ?suph :^tax ps ?a ^ir^t-of-'^ad ^^ia*^tfc^i.e.  W'it is:\nel^*��������� to Tdd ' Q."-^lirfect^ax,'' then  the province has theypower to enforce  collections; if the raaverse, the prov-  m^-t^^7M3^i^^i'p^^n^m?^^^     ' *'  ; Search May Be Renewed  Frietuls   OX   Mrs.   Grayson   Offer   To  Furnish Two Plaaies.-  of Britain  for holding  back  a little  3 o'clock on the afternoon of Satur- I as at the time of the rejection, writh  day .February 4.  Future Of 5he������p Industry  Expert*. Say There Is No Danger Thai  'It Can Be Overdone  Edmonton.���������That the future of the  sheep' industry in Canada is assured,  that there is no danger that it can-be  a overdone and that it will ,pay well; the  'investments of those-who go-,into it  St. John's,    Nfld.���������Inquiries    have   with even modest capital and^mdder-  thkt domain.**-?*.  PW.  been received here from. New Yo^k  friends of Mrs. ,FrajQeis; Wilson, Gray-,  sapn, in, regard to tii\e possibilities of  organizing afsearchy.for theVmissiiag  aviatrix and her^ tiiree niale companions, whose amphibian aeroplane, the  payv-n, was lost after taking o������f-,fr6m  Roosevelt Meld, rT.Y., for Harbor  Grace, .'December. :2&V  ??.Frieiids of 'Mrs.^Grayson, in their  message, said' tliat they were ..'prepared to furnish two pSangs to make  a thorough search-pf the Eastern part  of Newf oiindland "%'liere *; Irihabitants  reported they had He'Srd ah aeroplane  which they believed iraight have been!  the Dawn  ate skill and knowledge were the  expressed viewsfof experts sund experienced producers * who addressed  the annual meeting-* of the Alberta  Sheep Breeders' Association here. The  speal^ers included F. S. Freeborn, Dominion livestock commissioner; J. G.  Robertson, liv^stoafk commissioner of  Saskatchewan; and Prof. J. P. Sack-  viiie. of tha -University of Alberta.  full approval of the Dominion governments of .the Geneya, protocol, jf or pacific settlement "of ~international, dis-.*  putes, Sir Esme said Senator Dandurand had stated there had. been a  suggestion that the British were not  in earnest in these great causes. Nothing coiild be more foolish aiid nothing-  more unjust.   ���������  A-*nba9fiador Howard concluded*.  - "Believe' me, gentlemen, if there is  one country in the world with which,  both from inclination and,interest we  desire peace, it is the United States  of America.  eekiug Discipline  ^tem For  I   ������t VKTVTjrk1������������������  JLiaWJVId  nflieat Exports iftrop  In  Is  "vys "-%$  :A$/:Ps  ���������-t������''-&wBt--&:-32m<i>  ^s#lrlm^n^a  ^Sr'-'iv'-'.5H*:' i-'-h' :/���������:-*."*,-..������������������        y-    ' ''*"  :W-  f*������  L.6ndon       Paper       Comments       On  i|Canadian  Government Proposals  |fLohdoriV--^Retarhihg to* its' ?discds-  sibn. of the Canadian? Goverhment'ii  proposal to replace its two present  dSstroyers. the Patriot and Patrician,  \vjth new ships, The Weekly VvTruth  reprints a*1 statement which is. describe  cal as -"officially inspired from  CJttaiwa." The statement says ?'tlie  nf;st of the new ships will be laid down  immediately tlie Canadian Parliament'  approves the necessary estirriate*? It  adds that the Patricianjs still serviceable, so the second destrojfer will be  pjcdcred;.. for.."later < delivery, , thus  spreading tlie total outlay "over two  years. *     ������*���������-''������������������  ���������.-���������>, -������'. ���������  -.- ���������;,?������yy  |The Weekly says: "A point to  Which the mcssag$ makes no refer-  eiftce is that the Canadian Department  of Defence has asked the .British Government to loan two destroyers tea replace the old ones, while the proposed  vipsscls aro under construction. I corn-  f ess that if I were a Canadian I should.  'aisle, 'yvij!y buikVVwarshi'pB itt"all ,_so  "nng as you can borrow them?' "  Visit Is Purely One Of Couar'tesy" Saj:s  a'Pa... . Cosgrave  Southampton.'-��������� President William  T.; Cosgrave, of the Irish Free State,  and-has party, sailed, for a visit to  Canada and the United States aboard  the.steamship Homeric. '*"'* .^;  . The president plans to spend abotat  X6 day6y*iri"' North America, including'  a side trip into Canada. The visit has  been  described  in- Dublin  a3   purely  Lea^  ds World Iii Slliapkllldiiig  a������*iwSil   H-itruS  i>Oi5ig SiOEO  TsillSl xsala i  1 ���������: ���������.;. ..  ���������,'..'." :-..Sajp tloyd*s,, ;' ./. ;' J sioners  Increase In Stocks Of Grain  Canada "Is Shown-  Fort William, Ont.���������A decided decrease in the export-demand for Canadian grain, with a consequent increase in the stocks aULover the country. is reported' by E: A. Urseli, statis-  I tician to the Board of .Grain Commis-  !|? New y York.-^M'ore ? :ttiiaii: .��������� half tlie  va/orld's.shipbuilding is being carried.  .|in. in British, yards,; according to f actM  disclosed by iiloyd's Register of ship-  :|ping. ���������,' fy ? ?;?:?;?y y?: ������������������;;; ff:* py s- :s '':��������� ?; V.  V Ships now" under construction in  ���������^tll countries amount to a tonnage of  ?3,li8,000, an increase of 44,000 gros&  ftons over? the preceding quarter year.  i;Of this amount,.'-Great Britain has  '{1,579,713 tons. The VUnited. States,  ywith 97,370 tons, dropped fronxfourtb:  to eighth j>la-ce during' the quarter  "and is eclipsed fey Germany, Italy,  Holland,   France,   Sweden   and .fbeny  is aaldfec way^|^n������3? .'^sirV Utlel^f pdaiifel  ou^tlmt :^is?'mayr'acCouiitr-;'ifbr tbt^  fallmg oif of export demand for Caaaa  ��������� dian wheat.  , . .-, r May ..*PMa-cIia*5q,KSilbs ,, ..^  ';; London.���������The rifloa which Canada  Is reported desiirous of buying frprta  the IrisihiFBccVstato io.ro mo rely sur-  pLus atoclc which arc to Im'disposed  df to help the Free State public funds.  ���������- A report in Ottawa'wa������ that 1,200  riflca had been purchased for the  Canadian naval volunteer reflerve nt  a cohI oif .1*7 each, but Jt Ih .stated  at Bclfas-t that the negotiations aro  not yet concluded.        '.   '      '      >:"  nanlHlilaig HIh .Itlaiomles,   V   .  ' London,---ItusHlan dlspatcUoa to The  Dfiily Mali from Riga, Lattvia, nay  thn'. r-.c-nvl-nlllcln.!! hrfat*mat Inn Micro ir,  lhat .Tofjepb Stailln, aaecrotaa-vy-general  oi' tho Comammist party, ha������ disposed  >l' lais poUtlcal encmioH by giving some  ���������jif them.minor posts in .remote villages  rami others by pumanary baaalHinniamli  Co Iho CaucauuH, ItuHnlan Tiiriicwtaja,  nud ajvtiji dlatant Siberia citlea.  W.    jn.    u,    iv i-a  one of courtesy. '  ."This is a visit that we have looked^ark) as?xv-cll as by Great Britain  ^drwai-d to for a naimber of years,"  President Cosgrave said -just before  ���������auiiLiig. "I Hrm3y.-believe that tho visit  will make still happier tho relations  between Ireland and America."  ttH  uUi  WW tosiTiic j&ay Discovered  Has Greater Penetrating Power Than  Radium Or X-Uay  Moscbw.���������Unknown cosmic rays,  emanating from interplanetary space,  have been discovered in Khpkand,  middle": Asia.  .The rayp have a penetrating power  (many times stronger than radium atid  ' 2O01 tianea stron gcr'tiaiari tlio Ai-roy:  The source of these cosmic rayp) has  not been discovered and a 'scientific  expedition has been organized on tho  highest mountain in rthe liiiokand  ra������������fc "to study* the phenomenon.  Now Sonatwrs Appointed  f Ottawa.���������Three' Senatorial appoint-  in onta, in Ontario were annoaincod by  Premier Mack^nv.le Klnp*:. .T. T-T,  Spenfce, K.C., oi! Toronto; E. S. Little,  London; Out.; and Dr. Guatave La-"  caasc, oE Tccumseh, arc appointed to'  (.lie Sormte. T. Ahoa*n, Ottawa, bo-  comes a member of tho privy council,  lhe piiaim mhilflter annoimccil.  f'ltirrlnil   lflrHt  Air  Mtail  JMonctpn, N.B,���������After naaincrous ale-  lays' since'the ftiiit date Axed in December, Uio Canadian Trancontincntal  ���������Alrway������ Company aeropl-jjie, carrying thn flrat air mail for tho'Magdalen  ,Isiaaidf*,Jaoppcd ofC from Monet on.  .Tasa. 11.'Id. .T. Cooper, voteran Ttritlfih  flier, wan the pilot and lis took ������omo  VOtn p-amu.-***. oi raaii.  More Bodies Recovorcil  Prbvincetown, Mass. ���������-- 'Fif teeii  bodies of liiembors of the crew of the  sunken submarine S-4 were recovered  fby eight divers who descended and  ���������thorpuyghly examined the submarine's  .���������jia'ttcry. compartment. This broipght  the total to 32.  Ottawa.���������^Premier Mackenzie iKing  declined to make any announcement  with respect to 'the report.: of ?yttie'"na-  tibn������l advisory committee' %ai St. liaw-  rence waterways. The Prime Minister  stated merelyftfciat the, report had been  received-^s^thi^sub^cts treated?in,it  w%-c m^temVfaf internatipnat uego������.  ti^ticairiff it?- seeing liltely tliatVhc^an-^  nobneeixsent vviil be ;f6i*thc6m&ig liiitil  Parliament meets.  Sir James Aifitosf-Giving Wlaoie Time  \ ..; Tft;Qu^ttpn.,..,.^fvyi:  Toronto.���������^TheP&obietn of ;-g Dominion-wide systea^4>f.di|cip|iaeVfor erring members of the legal profession  became of immediate interest .to-Ontario with, the arrival ih the city of'  Sir James Aikins, a f6rmer lieutenant-  governor and former chief justice of  Manitoba...      .. -. ��������� yy ^?;^ %'?&;��������� ���������"������������������"' ,s  The question is erigaging the whole  of Sir James' energies- at the present  time and is taking him on a tour of  ail the  Canadian provinces. He con-  ?|erred in Toronto with the benchers  ;if the la-^societ^  .peie-t of t^%rdp?osaliV'''.yyyV^y   f,.fy^'-  f   The question of discipline has been  recognized by the legal profession? for  some  time as  one  which   should   be  faced but it has been    left"   for    Sir  *j;anieS'--''Aikiii^;';'-���������ince?^hi^'ik'x'etireinent'-  form the presidency of the Canadian  Bar Association ���������to* endeavor to work  ��������� it Op.Jv> ?V-V' Vt;.y |-;>:?-?V.  At the present, time the only penalty. ..which' can .be evoked against.;a  iawye-rjwho ia g^iltyji������&f junp^jfessibiiai  conduct is toYhave li^^strickfen from  the;;?rbll of th^^Sar. Tbis^ penalty' is"f������p'  draSsi*tiC? since 5ity-?:depr5v^*3 tlie .;OfCensor  of his livelihobicl* as to be rarely m-  voked.  Victoria. ��������� Attorney-Geaiei-al Man-  son has taken steps through the board  off-censors to prevent display in motion picture houses of British Columbia pictures of the Los Angeles  Marian Parker murder case.  Will Takei No Action  Washingtoai.-r~ John S. Deforest,  weather bureau paymaster, contemplates no action "against Henry A.  Howard, 11-year-old son of Sir Esme  Howard, the British ambassador, who  was driver of the embassy automobilo  when it struck'-.and severely injured  his daughter, Beatrice May Deforest,  12 years old. "We are entirely isatis-  iled,'* Deforest said in a statement.  World Grain Records Created by G.P*R���������  World records iaa grain marketing  during tho peak or tho movement  were created thEs fall by the Canadian  PaciiJc Ilailway. A recent alatemeail;  luMued by A. Ilutlon, General Super ia-  tenda^aat of Transpoa'taLlon of the Company, shows that in lhe lorn working  ilayfl. from October 20-31, 40,<17<l,000  bushels of grain xvcivq nmrlwtcd.  November 2-i, saw th<e greatest nlngle  day's jnarketing with ftflO^OOft lnaah-  el):-; and"2,200 ,vai*fl loaded October'23..  TJaese ikguacs have nover been oven  elo.'ifly rippa'oaachcd tit the blHtory <if  tran.'iportatiam, The Dotal amount of  grain luxndlcd botweon A*ugu������t 1 to  i\iu *,ju.1 of uiL-vlgatlo-n en  Ihc^ Orcnt  Lakes were I72,C1,0,000 bushels in  102,a>8a������ cars. Vlt ,i������ estimated to tho  end of Docenibor approximately 1D0,-  000,000 busihola were moved * over  C.P.ll. liiaea.  Growth of alio export business via  Vancouver iai grain in shown by tlae  fact that lu the period mentioned  above, t),-120 cam of grain were handled by lhe Caaiadlan Pacific to thait  port against 7,31>H ears iai the name  period of 3D2Q. Slanllar growtli in  uhowji in tho opposite end of tho Do-  jahiloai. Jn tlao winter months of 1925-  I'fi, there wore movrd 13.584,000 bushel n tlaa-niagh the port: of West Hnbat  Jolan against 10,781,000 bnnhels dur-  l:*.;- iho ;*amc pwlocl of 1'.������-������������! i������T.  MuHcmn Was Flooded -  London,���������Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's  psychic museum in Victoria Street  was among the buildings invaded by  tho waters of tho Thames. The museum was flooclcd to the.depth of four  feet with considerable "damage to exhibits, some of which are unique ana  date back to the cavly daiys of spiritualism.  IJrgeH Haige Naival Kxpanullture  Washington.���������Approvail of the administration's .5725,000,000 new warship construction program was-.urged'  upon congress by high naval officials  as necessary to the establishment of a  navy strong enough to "protect commerce, preserve our ocean trade  routes, and provide adequate national  dcfcr.ee."  Hon. Peter Jlawmna Appointed  Ottawa.- Hon. Peter Heenan, min-  intea- of laboa-a has Been appointed a  member of the aidvioory coiiaicll of tlao  American Association for Labor Legislation. Hoia. Mr. Heenan vorently  vlsitod Washington and attended tho THE  CKESTOK BEYKBW  a*BB'Mi-<aa������w  ra*  ,f%6Tif gaffe  13  LoCai   audi   PerSOH-a.il week^nd^wTth  her parents!^,  and   T~" I Mrs.' Geo. Moorea returning to Cran-  honse,  cen- \ brook on Sunday.   .  These machines are the best  value dollar for dollar on  the market today, and the  well-known Massey-Harris  quality is combined w-th  efficiency  and   right price.  Two sizes in stock.    Call and  look them over.  The  only  machine  made   in  Canada.    Buy it and keep  vour money in tlie country  to support Canadian industry.  FARMERS' SUPPLY DEPOT  CHAS. MURKBLL,  For  Rent���������Pave t-oon.  trail y   located..  F. H. Jackson.   Gees-  ton.  Orin Huydpjra is a business visitor at  Spokane  this week, leaving on Tues  day*  ��������� J'.ihn Fa-ite of Kosthern, S^sk., arrived on" Saturday on ������ visit with his  uncle, S- ID. Ostendorf.  Cabbage���������For sal������������ a qnant'.ty of  i-.rtbbage, $2 pea- 100 lbs. R. Stewurt  (Alice Siding), Cr*������ston.  Wanteii���������Wall pay highest cash  price foap cattie ������������C all descriptions.  Ivan O'Neal  Bos 98, Creston,  Friday evening, January 27th.  at 8.    Admission 50c.  D. W. Dow of Cranbrook was a  weekend visitor with his paa-entr, Mr.  and Mrs. J. W. Dow. at Creaton.  WANTED-���������Team work horses, about  280)0 lbs,, state price and weight an  writing.      Albert    Stewart,   Oreston.  Cirotcr. Post n? the "Oataadian  Legion have taken Fa-iday evening,  Febrtaary 3rd, fc*r a bridgi* anal   whis>t  For SSaW3���������Chesapeake setter pops.  parents best dau*k anal groais*** dcifa-s,  r**ady  Februaay  15.    Enq������i������-e  Reviwv  Offset*.  tror   Quick  t  THREE PAIROISTLY  Me-si's Chippewa.  Moccasin  Rubbers  7 eyelets, specially  priced at  reg. $3.25.  V. MAWSON  Conmair&ponei-s MctJaeath and Jack-  jsaaat  sat  as  a voters last e������>savt s>f w*vs=  " sioaa   at   tht������   tnvvn   hall   on   Monday  uioa-ninK. and ihe lis?. as a-evi>*������Hi shows  about 140 names, aboaat half of   which  reside local,v and thus be heare to vote*  For Sams-���������Hand Vngraved saddle  and bridle, and Bat-wing chaps, all in  good condition, aaad going cheap, F.  O. Rodgers, Creston...  Creston J&asOnie Lodge as givang she  first of its.' aeries of bridge parties for  mem Oei-8 only- at the new hall this  (Wednesday) evening.  $300 of poll tax was collected locally  last year, as well as $165 in trade  licences outside the villaage. Police  court fines rati, to $300.  Oreston Batdmlnton Club are due to  visit Canyon on,Thursday. January  10thv for, gattfieas with the Badminton  talent of that district.  Up til! the ftssat of'the week 51 auto  licenses itttye been- issued at Oi*c������ton.  This equals., the total for the full  month of January ih 1927.  or ta ade 1800 .b. mare, 0 yeaas old. In  exchange would taRe horse aboaat. 1300  lbar     K. N.sii|*fssi4������?; ,������5������nyon.  The aaaald sp������?il last week f-ta&a-ted the  hens laying in Batch cnmaaaendahle  frtshioaa thai the .price of *-rks to the  seller ha*- dropped fa*������iai 50 to 40 cents*  Mrs, Brown and Mrs. Boyd will be  hostesses at a missionary silver tea at  the home of Mrs, Boyd or������ Friday  afternoon, January ������?fch* vfrows 3.80 to  5.30.    AU are welcome.  Cards j wright. Up till- some sixteen years  ago deceased practised his profession  at Creston and was" the owner of the  30-aere ranch just east of town at  present occupied, by ,the - widow, of  deceased's sou, the iate Bryce Cartwright.  H^sidentti outside the town are alsoi������rQ|������ QyYEARS CAS  slow in coaming for their 192S dog tags,  only half a dozen being issued to date.  In 192? about 100 were - issued and  gave s. rev^sssae oi $3112.  For 1927 the intake at Creston  office of the provincial police office for  motor licenses breaks all previous  records, sales of number plates and  transfers totalling $4(566.  MUMED HER SLEEP  An oldtime former resident of Ores  ton paassed away at Calgary, Alberta,  on .Saturday In Dr. Wallace B. Cart-  "I had stonsash trouble 9 yean?s and  K������s*������r������ads aae ' arestldss and nervous.  Adlerika helped .so I can eat and sleep  good." ��������� Mrs. E. Touchstone. Just  ONES- spoonful Adlerika relieves gas  nnd th.* t bl mted feeling so that you  can*eat and sleep weai,. Acts on  BOTH unoer and lower bowel and  removes "old waste matter you never  thought was there. No matter /what  you have tried for your- stomach and  bowels. .Adlerika will surprise you.  Creston Drug & Book* Store.  ���������a-laf-lki  SF" L^.-^.--JLV' ' ' ������%*m������ 'mm  rem liar  En*  M  n excellent  condition. .  All-  accessories.  All information and  inspection at  Autnorize-p  for CRESTON DISTRICT  Watch for our prices  PREMIER   GARAGE  PALMER   a&    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BV GASOLINE  rr..rm.^,..tY.v������,,^,,������,.ja,������������.,.������.^JT������.������,������..������^a,.. in.iiiiiii im. ���������������^^^^^^m���������  Grestnn Cosaant.mity I*layers enjoyed a total intake of about $155 at their  prtst-nta.taon of "Hoaiie Acres" ������l the  Grand nn Wednesdny night of lust  week.  An even i?S00 worth of hunting and  trappers liwnses were issued iay the  Creston office of the provaaat-aal -police  for 1927. Amaasehaeaat t*is colitcted  w������*s S318.  Mr. Chsasstbt^a-s a������"������'IVed fKSm Wetask-  iwin, AlWrta, at the fia-st of the week  to take the position ������������f cashier at the  luipea-ial Bauk, Ma*. Uotson being  transferred.  H. It. Robinson was a weekend   visa  tox- at NHjsam.   '-friends of Mrs. Robin-  s::n   wiU  be  pleased to  hear she Has  saaffiaiently  raa.covea.cd as to be able to  leav������ the hospital.  A   met*ting *to   dascuss    nionicipal  affairs to heat- the vie w-b of ths? standi- J  dates   foa-   coinn������istsii������aieSTship   wall   be j  held    at the -town" hall   on    SSond-iy  night, at 8 o'clock;  Village clerk Taylor  reminds  that  dog taxes are due and must be -paid at  .once.   -So far but one tag has   been  - taken  out.    1827 revenues from   this  sbairce totalled "SStK'*'   : y  Creston Valley- Women's .Conserva������  tive Club ahtaoiincsi ii bridge rt rid whist  drive and ilaaaua* at the Parish Hall, on  Nerve Pressure I  We  kaaow   that if yoaa are sick,  your   sickness   is   caused  by nerve  l res8tia-e   aaad   if  that   preasaire    is  relieved    by    Chiropractic    ^Hjust-  meaats   Riven   with the bare haaads  alo'iae, you wall ^et well.     The new  instfuaneiat,   the    NEUROCAL.O  METER, shows exactly whi������re this  pa-essaire is.    -When after taking an  adjutttmeur-, the Neurocalometer is  ������j{R.;n applied to tbe same suot axnd  y������>ai, witla yoair own eyea, see  thai  the preesaare has been reduced  several degrees, possibly to zero, YOU  KNOW that Ch3,*opH*&������tJo is rij������ht.  Tho Neiirocaloineter is a very  delicate^ 8c������nsiiive itatstraiment;  whidh, when placed upon the nphai-:  I  INTESl'T WEEK!  WATCH  FOR. IT!,  OneCent Sale  Thursday - Friday - Saturday  JANUARY IStti, 20th, 21st  THE  TIBJXAT^Ij STORK  RESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  1.  2.  8.  4.  5.  0.  7,  8.  ft.  10.  proper    places    for  Verifies    the  aadjaat-taaaentt*.  It meiasanes the Hpeciflc deRiee of  vertebral .pressua-e. upon  rafrven.  It mt-aa-aares t he sperillc degree of  inteafeavaico to taaaaj-iiaispion of  ment ail iaaapail������e8 hs a a-eaaalt of the  V(fiteba*jil pa*6Hama*P.  It paoveH the exaifl iaatervcrta������ba*nl  foraniina tbat nontalns bone  pra'snure aapoia nea-vow.  . *'���������  It proves when t,h������it p't'ssaare hais  beeaa a-eleraHt'd upon nerves ait a  specific plaice.  It proves how much pressure waas  released, if amy.  It veritieH the dlftVrence between  ciak'il pat*Hisiaa*ti or npinal nea-vt������  preKBaare nases.  It estabHshea, faoam week to week,  whether you  are gefctinpf well or  not.  'f  It makes possible a anaaterlul reduction in timio neeowH.-ary taa p-et  well, thaiH ninkiatpc health cheaper.  II. removes all cloa^l *ay to whast  wo aaa-o dolors for yoaa.  iiifMumwKnan  Jl  CaAi MITTUNi D1G19 PliiGe  L. A MONT BLDQ.  NEW nOURB-OIonod Wodnewlay aaaal  Bul.aar.tity atLcrnootitX  MEAL.TH IS WEALTH  All of us havs at least two pleasuresJsa life  ���������eating and sleeping. For 1928 the Co^Up.  would like to make tne. former just a Uttle snore  pleasurable, particularly as to quality and cost.  ���������**  We congratulate ourselves on being able- to  fairly accurately guage the requirements of the  average home, and in our buying accordingly  you can absolutely rely on the "freshness of our  goods.  And in specializing in staple lines we get the  ii*������.lr tnphnwftp wJi-.Vi   *i*lift   iriew.'Jrts.Hl** lf*w**tl������ f������nssf. n^F  I  we pass on to youvin the shape of more attractive pricesr V ?;V_ ���������?. ?        :y-  X  This has been the experience of our con-  stantly-growing list of customers, and we invite  you to share in these benefits.  Everything carried i h a fully modern Grocery  and Provision Store is.-here. .< Come on in arid  get acquainted.  a  afftBS  tieeslQii Vauei  A^fliiinrtfiiiitfaii Ao0afi  GfiESTOB  Twe������tor������s  ERlGKSQ)i  p8! Ann  * uuR  B  In any of these lines we are prepared to take care  of your every requirement promptly and at prices that  wilt satisfy.    We are handling"  Maple 1-eaf and Robin Hood  FEED  *  ������������    mi  J imothy, Aiiaiia, Fraii ic Ix������y  Bran, Shorts, Barley Chop, Crushed Qats, Chopped  Oats, Wheat. Etc., always on hand.      ,  GALT���������the best mined  a  ^M^   BV9'->k mWs**\   'Mk\   HBHV ������M   Wk  gCREATH  SBS  rasBBStooEsat  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd  MEAT MERCHANTS  stas  :Bi..Ti,':i  jTRY OUK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to servo.  Shamrock Brana HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  (������ove name tit (K**������t3ei3, h.jght-ot quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEEh, PORK, MUTTON* VEAL, LAMB  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases eft-ft production ancl produces hotter poultry.    Buy tho best.  I


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