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Creston Review Mar 16, 1928

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 Wf^W^^W^^^^^W^^W^i^^^^^^^^^^iWl^^^F^  N.J'"v.-.^'.:":r:'apirVi'  ipBft'  ff?isisf|  ��������� R^?^������&i������ift^^  i4vf "^^"f^'^'VV'-^r,!:* ���������  '       1  CRESTON, B. C^^EIBAY, MARCH 16, 1928  Ko. 6  .&.  A tnosfii ������n|oyal>le pfl������gff������*fwi!������ "maa  kaadaavaaEMta-S^SM^"   ���������-������������������j3i  Nelson last weefe^wher������ sbe represen-  i������ed Wynndel at the meeting of the  presbytery of fche ITnited Church,  while in Nelson she who the guest off  Maw. Gny Browell.  The   GO-Gpera&ive   Fruit   Growers  t������eseD&������d   delivery  of  & ������&r load off  tfe������ Susies- (PogssisasseSty *55s5^-������������a the  Sail Association at the <3cas^5to^ei4y  Hull, Canyon, on March tS&������. whan  the play, *sA15roor'Ms^fci������a-^������ia"'*'5sas  staged. ^Jfce entertainas^ot'''aavpasnaajd  ������?!������fe a piase ds*8fc' by. SSfss &.&������&  and William B*d������*L which -sraa -well  a^p?*3ciais3, after which te������?������ maa. *  vocal acio by A. Spencer. Use "fiUst  gags ������g theyptay followed, ^es^ating  the room at JProffessor'Wiass^-lBaBitiv  which has been decorated hy wsgaft of  his stuaents sn anticipation o������^irjp*tH<������*e-  ment at hate return trom his weauiwrK*  An entertaining mix-up follows, 'when  the first arrival turns oaat to has the  professor's mother-in-law* who is snap*  taken for the bride. The negro serv-  eyat recognises she inotfesr-in^lsw -as a  ffcraner Mr?. Dean, who������*1 &5isS������gsd  was supposed to have disappeared  under mysterious circumstance**) after  partaking off some of her lobster tsslad,  and thia results In an embarrassing  ejtuaUon for tho bridegroom.- The  -unravelling of the resulting tritnation  In the three acts of the play affar&Bd  nearly two hours eontiouoa-ja -mirth  for tha audience, and tha ge-asffsl  (opinion expressed was very favorable,  and very complimentary to -the east  .which was all lecal talent aandertbe  direction <;? Mr. Van Askerss. "those  taking part included R. Burns, aa the  straw for naulching on Friday ? -sight.  Kven with the roads being in such a  had condition the ranchers sn&nai  I few months, arrived h-tosse at the end  of the week.  ' A Fancy Dress -dance wilt beheld  -Saw jaw^Oni STiie. in the oia tscnooihocgtse.  Adsnissian *$! par couple. Ladies 50  s^nte, gents 75 cents. Prises fog the  best dressed lady and gent* and lady  and gents* -sosnses* -Swires piece orchestras.   Dancing. at "8.30 p. m.  aja.  *M.  ���������shey*&s tha 5ttothsr=  AS VlSlting uiS jJSSe-asM*  jl ttv.vtew.i  in-law; Miss ������L McKobb -as SfeSe, her  fi&ughterg SSies K- Clayton ms'-ESlss  "Wilson* a reporter of the Careston  Review; Boy Browell, as JupHef. tbe  a&egrm aservant; T. Mawson, 4m. Dr.  Graham; Miss 1* Cook ass 'Jfe������e  Graham; and ,Miies Hurl .oaf-BUJy  Slake. Arrangement* "fttf*-*?," ssfSstp^, * ^ .^  i-fflade to/geesest flife  :Crestos!������ at tbe -'������rental. Theatre^ *@id&-f   -Mr. Mitchell'off Oehsn fUster  Mr. S. Pascuzzo and Miss Lucy Pasi  cuzzo ,ar������? visiting in Nelson for a few  days.  Mr. B. F. Whiteside who has been  visiting at his home here, returned to  Cranbrook Fxia^ay.  Mr. Wm* Neil, yard engineer, who  is on the sick Ifsfc, is being1 releived by  engineer Kittens of Cranbarook.  A side track' has been put in at  Hickey's camp at Washout Creek and  shipping of logs started on Tuesday.  Mr. and Mrs, Payne of Creston were  Sirdar visitors Tuesday.  Mr. O'Neit of Oreston wm a Sirdar  wtAwSArt**  Q.*m*r*^t*\w*>  w iDsavyk   a^wsa-fwaca^r*  Mr. Harrison of Nelson was a business viseitor here JHtonday^  MissJLily Wilson & Creston visitor  on Monday.  W. Bidd haa fjust _ returned from  Breton������ Alberts, ;where he has been  employed esses ijite Sast^fatl, and will  he spending at feast av^^nth at the  ------    '^k /t:y-  Geo. SSewJltav Satr&a %*>w days -ago for  Calgary, Alberta^ where he has secur  ed a job at carpenter work, and expects ta remain for some tim&  Jim y7oh*aston*s mill is shut, down  again, and will not resume saving tilt  the roads are again in shape for the  tie bani. -*,  Mrs. McRobb $S at Sinsbertey this  week on a virsit', with her daughter,  Mjps. Koule.     ^ ?  Mr, and MrsL: McLa������ishli*n ������nd  daughter, Noa^sna^'Who have spent the  winter with their daughter, Mrs. Boy  Browell* left a few daya? ago on their  return to W&tron?. Sask.  Harold   Bwsaeliy of  Glasgow. tScot  land, arrived at?Canyon a few days  ago. and is a enest of M*������. and Mrs.  Geo. Davse.  John Bowman ot -Simherley, formerly of the Im-pes-iaS .'Bank staff,  Creston, arrived oit Wa^siesday on a  visit, aud is a gotM������t of %kS. And  2&xS.  K*isfc6?������  a������=*-  m. wi..  <$������' Sisahax-lsy,,  who bas been oaa tt. -virnt with Safes'.  paarents, Mr. and Mra. W&t/m Yerbury,  for a couple of w-eeice* asctffiraoed home  on Saturday.  The Community S-a-aeiafc* ar������ having  court whist drive eatriSa>ln*iday night.  1'Tftft* >-*m*\ *6%*a    0r**W^*^*Mm\*.������^mY*tsn^    *\^k   *ast"%t.mm**\*      *������*atm  -������#���������***������������������ ������0W ������uw   ****+w***Mam*Kv*ufamF^  w*+    wiaanwis     varsv  admission of 25 C9at? will fee charged.  "Lister Trading & Snpply^Company  had calls from a trio off travellers this  -weekk They were S5s*> jScKuity of the  Mercury Hosiery iDoaanpacy; Mr.  Nordquiet of the Goody������ar Rubber  Company, and Mr. Jones of the Best-  moor Furniture Company.  Ins^tute Caving  gnmtgtga.  'wm  Mrs. Molander and daughter* Beatrice, were Cranbrook  visitors, where  I the latter is a hospital patient, await-  itSf,  Ihere was unusual activity in Lister  farms this a week. Two j*ales were  closed by Supt. John Bind. J. S.  Gordon of Rtisednle, Alberta, has purchased the former Brnest Langston  S������ acre? ������������ afcs ^sKvssn-PrirtfciS! s=o������at5.  a_   n���������-   .������    mjga. m w .....  in Creston on Saturday.  Mrs, Maj<tt4n Was a visitor in Cteston  ���������al ia,^.-^tM,a^ .j^ma-������������^-.ai n < ������ ���������'������ ~*t-.-.������, ^^������������������������l<ni- -  -��������������� ���������,������ fc ct>h>. ^uimaga-M^-"tr'%j������>.yawn'������^������i������t~������������>. jew������^r������ ������ut;  i.������x������al tu^-..  tutu ba������������i-a ini-aaeauatbe.. possession,    tne  tormer  Atkins-Niblow  550 acres   has  ���������at- ���������  Ksr-cia   mwci  t-.���������     *>alU������    *a������������������U���������       ���������J~^   _������  *'J- ������������������>ejju uctc twawu. own* tr������  Cyrille Senesael was a business visitor at Nelson last week.  Mr. Devlin, a son of P������H9tmaster N.  K. Devlin, |s a visitor wish his father  this month.  Tnirty-fcwo members were out for  sbe Msrch snseting af -Orestoa aasd  DistriaSt Women's Institute on Friday  af&eiM'Qr-fn, with the president, Mrs. B.  Stevehrs^'in charge of paroctaaedinga, ansS  ������he?aeai'*ur>3 of fcho sesiwios psvvluea hy  the" ?ct*cal"assistant provinda.w horticol^  tttc-ist. G. B. Ttsrigg. who have a practical talk on soils, plants and flowers,  ani at the dose of his address waa  briskly questioned as to plant -pests  . and fertilizers more par������������eul&si5y.  i?op the committee' on schools. Mrs.  Hendy reported a visit to the local  public school, and rtscommeuded the  replenishing of some off the first aid  kif*-*, as well as making an effort to  secure some extra volumes for tbe  library in a couple of^the rooms.   The  Ra*firtW*l  <*rr������l������B*l   -aScM-h   daa watan-aaiajtmAata* mVjc*    ���������+%****    ������*���������������*������*-,  senatafttlon of an attendance sheild fosr  annual competition amongst the five  divisions..   --  ,A number of suggestions wero received as to how the Institute can the  better serve the community. These  will "be submitted foa. consideration at  the April meeting. The members also  went^on record as favoring a bnlb  show, the date of which will be set by  the executive^  JMLQ was voted to provide prizes for a  competition   open   to., public   school  Roavettfale, who is inteaoding to go into  poultry. Both gentlemen were guests  of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Baker at the  -nT-rekesd.  Mes. Ed. .Smith is she first to report  an   incubator  hatch of V3&8 chicks.  aars, ts. joonsativ -attisa i^auara andeen and Mrs. G. A* Hunt were weekend visitors at Creston.  Messrs. Woodman and HeKowaia of  Cranbrook were business visitors here  the past week on Sash ft Door Com-  .������������jr  a ^weekend  herl  day nighty XOth* at a popular  sion of tSO -cents.  husfntpsa   visitor  weekend.  C Oglfivie is a  Nelson   visitor  inedieal advice.  Hiss Leah Wittemah; was a -tmaatlnefla  visitor at Creston during the waBcfefsnd.  The school children wore entestaih-  ed on Friday evening by the teaahers  at a party in the old schoolhawse.'  Games and^ music weare Jthe o^er of  the evening and refreshments *wera  olao served. "���������*"  Mr. and Mrs. ?B. Andestad who  have been at Canyon have returned  home. - Owing to������ troad conditions,  work has cloued down at the mill.  P. Andestad also returnen.  Mrsi T. B. Sllngaby returned  from  was a  in  Sirdar  over the  Mrs. ^Canr-and Mrs. MeCabe were  Creston callers on Tuesday.  Jock McDiarmid and Brnie MeCabe  ���������aftere business callers In Creston  Friday.  Mesdames North. Dennes and Dib-  ley were in Creston Friday;  Joe.- Lombardo off Rev������!stoke is  visiting h;s parents, Mr. and Mrs.  P. Lombardo for a few days.  - Mr. Rogers was a. businessi caller Sn  Creston on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs.  Brawn were in Creston Monday, also  Mrs. Whiteside.  Mrs. Cam and Mrs. McOabe were  hostesses at a tea in the school bouse  on Saturday, proceeds of which will  go to the Community Hall fund.  and were a<������>isfeK cent. Aatso.  9t.'9t������te:  John E^ssSa-v... -sho haa Y&sm -sarrts-fels-ac?  m. ���������,..        -     CT  at the Aspen mine, Sataao, tbe  cast  Miss Haasel Hobden 'was  visitor at Cranbarook* a guest of  I sister Mars. Ss?s*������ fWhifcfcnte������������������������- ��������� '  B. Joyce of tfee ���������7.^ Koda&afe-^lil  staa-Sf,   Creston, "*6p������53t,^lU������e  with Kitchener friends..  Murddob MM  Registered ���������)ptofneirssS:  Prince George, B.CL  WILL BEAT  on  Knights of Pythias  ganization  eeting  A meeting for tlie purpose  of reorganizing Wi!ct Hose  Lodge of Knights of Pythias  will be held in FRENCH'S  HA1X, Creaton,  Thurs., Mar. 22  jtVJfaaT-'IKjrT'' *.  *������������  All past membera kindly  attend. All others interested  are welcome.  The meeting will be ad-  dresned 'by lC AI 'HTO,; of  Cranbrook"  Given Life Membership  Appropriate recognition of services  cheerfully rendered In connection  with the work off the Women's Missionary Society off St. Stephen's Pres  byterinn Church, wau given at the  last meeting of that organiamtioh  -when a life membership and pin was  presented " Mvo. S. A. Spawn., with  which went the following uddi-esss  "As we, the Oreston W.M.S. Auxiliary, are gathered together this  afternoon, we take this opportunity  of expressing to you the very deep  gratitude of ourselves, and also that  of the mothers of the girls off the  Mlaoion Batnd, off which you were  leador.for two years or more, during  which time you worked so faithfully  and untldn^Sy to Iit-Ip tBae girla look  to the nobler aide of Hffe, and also to  uflo their ttilenta to spread the gospel  to all Iho world. Aa a token of our  appreolaition we jointly naEc you to  accept from ass this Life Memberfihlp  Certincftte and Pin. Also our best  wishes for the future, wherever you  K?i1?- &*���������. s,KJ?������d on behalf off the  W.M.S. Auxiliary and Mothers.  RUTH BOiPWOOD  ANNIH 8HBR WOOD.  Friday- Saturday  March 16th -17th  Brohen Lenses and Frames  Repaired or Duplicated  A Literary Treat I  Irs. Nellie McGlung  Authoress and Lecturer  iafr visiting  comnaiites Tor tne nexs  quarter will be Mrs. C. H. Hare, .while  U.... E���������������a-:-a^���������_ Af���������a ������9 ������ J **   w..cp,a.������wu������ug;<;K.     ������a.(.-B,   aOt^JTU    MtU     B3.TV.  Hayes were named ������a committee to  handle an' afternoon bridge to be  .given by the Institute at the home of  Mars, Maxwell, to which a charge off  25 cents will be made.  There was the usssal social half hour  ��������� jtfc-^tls������ .close, for which tha hostesses  wi-..   - <o - ca-r     j. ������i._     mm���������-.    Jrs,    s ^   M-'^&UUaUMm.^^m.KM.*  xS.   ���������    -  juH!T.*a--T=*.:jWu-^  Mr. and   Mrs. SnowSiBBtS.  Cs eston for tbe week^s**.  were -at  Mr. ������antf Mrs. Miller, ���������aarttho Jsave been  residing at the Sash &t Door the past  winter, have left.  .Local -and Personal  will deliver her popular  lecture  Someone fa.leaving out poinon nfc  tlio north end op Foroio aaad alrea-  dy ten doga liavo <liod from eating  Cmnforook's  Woaaaen'ti  laiutituto  cleaned up $12 at a Sunday aPfcor-  ooon   saureti   oonoett   in   a  theatro lw*tfc xhouth.  ^  Ttis Sbwh Ages  13 H  in  XL^-ijIIJI J0~'  Trinity Church, Graston  Friday, Mar  at EIGHT p.m.  Musical numbers by best,  local talent  '"H Adults 50c.    Children 25c.  1^~3S-*t**&r^.ft^  vrs������������a������'" futnimi,  tetnu ^mb.  AmfittSh .....J*5S  fs*eewill Sfferin^ wus $3.90.  houses will be judged at Jas. Oook7s  resitrience Friday, March 23.  Annoiiueeni-^nt was atiatMfc at Victoria ������t the end of the Week that  357,000 had been appropriated for  road and bridge naainttinane^ in the  Creston electoral district "this yeair.  This is an increase of about 97000 over  l*ist season.  Tonight*s social attraction is the St,  Patrick's ninsqaierade hall in the  Parish Hall under Bod and Gun Club  direction, for which the music will be  supplied by Mrs. I.itftttaVs f>������ur~piece  orchestra. The Admission fc 76 cents,  which inchtdes supper.  On Thursday afternoon the L.O.B. A.  held another one of their successful  afternoons of Court Whist at their  Xodge rooms, six tables being In attendance est which tbe high -score was  carried away by Mrs. Hopwood and  the recipient of the consolation niaaa  Mrs. Hare.  A real literary treat is aassured for  next Friday ntu-ht. March 23rd, in  Trinity Chairch;-When western Canada's foremost authoress and lecturer  Mrs, Nellie McChang, will deliver her  lecture on "The Seven Ages'," under  tho auspices of the tiudieo* Aid of  Trinity United Chairch.  Another ������*nrm<������dy dramitatJe trot-at In  offered on Monday night at the Grand  Theatre, when the Canyon dramatic  Club will present ' A Poor Maa-ried  Man." Thia breezy laugh getter was  put on ut Canyon, on Monday night  nnd is highly pralticd hy till tvho were  preaaent. Tho adnitawion is 60 cents,  aud the curtain 1������������ at S. Bptwpa^n sets  there will bo maiBloal nunitaer&,  Creston and District Women's Institute tare offering prlxeu for tho bent  bird houses mudo hy pupllu of Orehton  public uchool. Thoro will b-> four  claoaea: 1. Oit-lu and boys under 8  yearn. 2k GMu uinl boys, &"and aan-  dhr 10. 8. Girls and boys," over 10  | and under 1& 4. Girls and boys ovor  12,   Two prises in natch   chu*w.    Bird  The officials state that Bast  Kootenay etiil fsaa 9.SGO.O0O.Q0O f������et  hoard measure of standing timber.  Pentioton puhlio library has a  membership of 275, and is seksBiff  the  town -council  for a  grant of  .Pentioton growers are rejoicing  in that this season their fanoy  Delicious brought them $145, aa5  compared with 93 cents tbe year  previous.  " The Bonners Ferry Herald hears  that Washington baa Voted  $100,000 to help fmanoa noocai control of the Kootenay Valley on the  Idaho side.  BIG ATTRACTION  Community Players of Canyon  present the S-Act Comedy   ,  oor  |wann   aJJJJf ������������ cs ^������S   csfl E3C3  Married man  at the  Grand Theatre  Mnn   Mar 14  4M& EIGHT pastu.  Come and have a real laugh  Between   Acts  a  First-Class  Concert Programme.  ������   -a     ���������     ���������  *%. niYlflAftVi'lTl.  Qjfimjr'iZm tntu ������ i'ii  REVIEW,   CBESTOlSr,    B.    a  Red Rpse Orasige Pekoe is tke finest  ��������� tea in the best package���������AitiminisiEi  ana  da  uture  Northern Saskatchewan  Development  Provi������ei������IfO^^h^nent ��������� 'Is   Planning  TojJSl^ ||^itieii^if Prospectors  ThQElHei^; ;q|ptart^iBiit ;of industries  of the ^aSkatSliewan Government is  FJfltinlriO.       +<-a       niJt       ^a.:������^anr.l       >vu^ana^aa������a������-na.<a  . ;".V+*������������������*44a.-v- ^^....ijEfci-afca. ^UIUVl ������>      JJlUOJtJCVUWiP  in the northern ejections of the province?: f-I-a cohjuhl with the Domin--  ion Governmehty ferial surveys will  be -^at|-������^a^ hoped that the  whole   -hc>^ area  will have been surveyed and reduced  to geographical maps by the end of  next ye&r. The department is ''getting  itself in tho position whereby it can   a^a.       a^.a^a.^       a.wa.4WWM������WO      t.K,       W-&W      jK*" **  'OpCVj-  Canadians should take a big view of their country ..and its future. Ther,c  should he nothing- narrow nor' small in their conception oi" the Dominion  present or future, hut rather our vision should "be "broad, large aiad courageous. The individual man who persists in looking' out on life throrigh* blue  spectacles, wlio can never see any possibility of success ahead fcccaiise of  obstacles in the path, who is forever contrasting- his inferior position with  that of a more successful neighbor, will be a failure. ..And what is true of the  individual is equally true of a nation.  The habit indulged iu by some Canadians., both in public and private life,  of comparing Canada with, its sixty years of history as a confederated am it  with the United States with its 150 years of union,'and Canada with its ten  millions of people with the. more than one hundred and ten millions in the  United States, is just as absurd as it would be for a merchant established  one year. fn business and with five employees to complain th^t his business  turn-over was not equal to that oi* another merchant with a business of  many years" standing and a staff of employees ten times as large. Yet many  people persist in comparing Canada of today with the United State of today,  instead of comparing Canada with the United States when that country was  of the same age or had approximately the same population.  Comparing Qanada with tbe present United States gives tlie latter the  advantage, but the advantage is all with Canada when it is compared with  the United States at the same age or with an equal population. Even mahing  full and ample allowance for changed conditions resulting frona science and  ittventions, discoveries and advancements of all" kinds, the contrast is decidedly and greatly in Canada's favor.  For example, it was not until the United States had a population of  seventy-five millions oi people that its trade reached the figure which Canada now enjoys with ten millions of population. When the United States had  a.population only equal to that of Canada today, it did not cut much of a  world figure; it was not a leader In any department of world production or  commerce; rather it was engaged in the pioneer task of its own.domestic  development, and it would have been just as reasonable to decry the United  States and its future then because it did not measure up to the older countries of Europe, as it is now to decry Canada and its future "because it has  not already attained to the stature of the United States.  young in years and small in population, Canada is today*a real factor in  world affairs. It has outstaipped the United States and all other countries in  the manufacture of paper, it has become the world's greatest exporter of  wheat, it is the chief source of the world's supply of nickel and asbestos,  year by year it is overtaking the United States in the production of: sold and  if? not now far behind. For some years past employment has ;been as general  as in the United States, and in the last two years, has been, even better. Canada today finances itself to an extent the United States was not able to do  until it was many times our size. ._  Nowhere else in the world are there two nations living side hy side,  speaking the same language, with the same monetary system, and having  similar customs and ideals. Yet there are people,; who profess surprise that  there is a constant exchange of population acrossfour international boundary  ^ line, and that thc larger ���������smd more powerful magnet of the United States  should attract the greater number. It would be against all reason and nature if it were iaot so. Yet we make hold to predict that the day is not far  distant when Canada will prove the more powerful magnet of the two, and  population will flow from the United States into Canada in a greater and  more steady stream than has ever flowed southward.  Paradoxically, many of the very people who deplore any exodus or  Canadiaius to the United States, at the same time "object to United States  people and capital coming to Canada because of a fear that Canada will thus  become Americanized. Others object to Canadian capital being invested in  the United States or other countries, claianlng tt should be kept at homo for  iasvestraeufc and development purposes.  In nil thia is to be seen nn attitude of doubt, of fear, a spirit of " littlo  Canadinnism," expressive ot an inability to stand on one's own feet. It ia an  attitude which, were it at all general, would inevitably drive the self-reliant,  forward-looking youth of Canada out of the country. Such people would do  well to throw away their blue spectacles, and realize that Canada lu- on tho  map of the progressive nations of tho world to stay. They should become inculcated with the considered opinion of tho Prince of Wales who recently  declared: " Canada Is on the threshold of one of the most astonishing eras or  expansion and development ever soon. Exactly how long that will take none  of us know, but certainly it will occur in the lifotimo of many of .ns,"  tor and investor. At the present time  there is very little accurate information .of* Saskatchewan northern mineral atoas, fReeogniztng that great  development CJih?h'c looked for; both  in. these.. areas and? the western missing areas of lSforthc-rn Manitoba, the  provincial dep?artar|������nt is speeding up  aerial mapping of the territory as  well as tlae plans for ita own provincial activities in? the coming season.  The���������'minister states it is the intention  of his department to place it's facili-  Hq������   ���������������   +J������s   rM'������sTS������'ao1' jtvP  a-l*<*   nwsnflptnv  a.<a*        *.��������� W"���������a.        a~.a������-t������~ WW.       ���������.���������* ��������� a -a-        ������^a. ~- ~-f- -a--~ ~ w ���������  and tlie investor. "The miner will be  given every possible assistance," said  Mr, Spence, "at no cost to himself to  develop his proposition. We will assist him through our experts at the  university and do everything possible to place him in tlae position of developing any proposition which appears to have evidence of successful  working* out. To the capitalist tlie  department willShe .prepared to offer  to assist in developing water powers  and coal fields and to co-operate in  every way."  UXi    OYV1JLU*).  A crvntn  Jt Aa.K#^a������ .���������������������  tablet. A most efficient remedy, and there's no after effect; its  use avoids much needless suffering*. Try it next time; see how  soon its ^pothinj^ influence is felt. Jfttst as helpful when you havS  a cold; neuralgia, neuritis, rheumatism, Iumhagp. Just be certain  you get real Aspirin���������the genuine has Sayer on the box, and  pn every tablet.  All druggists, with,proven directions.  Physicians prescribe Aspirin;  It does NOT affect the heart  "Aspirin ts th������ trade murk <registered JnCanada! indicating Bayer Manufacture. White tt  mm w������Ii known lhat; Aspirin means isayer manufacture, to assure the public against in&tt**  ttaoa, the Tablets will be stamped with ibelc "Bayer Cross" tr&dt.aaxk.   ."-  Excursion To Sweden  Many Are Planning: To Revisit Native "Lands On the Baltic Sea  Rev. Oscar Gunnerfelt, "of Winnipeg*, is organising a special midsummer excursion to Sweden, Norway.  Denmark and Finland, which, is to  leave Winnipeg ahout May 14, by  Canadian National Railways, and will  sail from New York May 21, on the  S.S. fDrottihghdlm.   Already  quite   a  number of applications have "been re-a still more, to  sink it. In the double  1  iocMngs  Have stockings'In" the'very newest  shades; your old or faded stockings  given any tint in the rainbow in five  minutes; -with* fifteen cents' worth of  Diamond Dyes! but use dyes,? not synthetic .tiata..:/And be sure they're true  dyes.  . Try a pair tonight! Use Diamond  Dyes, and no one will dream they  were tinted at home. Ancl you can do  real dyeing with just as perfect results, if you will just use the true  Diamond Dyes, y  Free: Why not aBlc your drugrgist  for the very useful Diamond Dye  Cyclopedia? ��������� "Valuable suggestions,  easy directions, and piece-goods sample colors. Or write for free copy of  Color Craft, a big illustrated book  sent postpaid���������address DIAMOND  DYES, Dept. N13, Windsor; Ontario.  Diamond E)yes  Just Dip toTWTtOr&ctitoDYE  ��������� i    i -1    '��������� - ������wi^i  Growth Of Wkeat Pool  ceived for reservations, and it is expected that a large party from Western Canada and Minnesota- and North  Dakota will take  advantage of this  -aa-.-aa.>aa..aaaaa4--a      aV^S      .aiMrtlMwra      #-V.JSVT*a      ������c>f Wrp  Cp^;Ol.t.������Ull.jr   Vi.     lOMllWg     vU-Oia ; jj.s*.������.������ VC  lands on the Baltic sea.  Curious New Lifeboat  Invention  Of  Ship's   Carpenter   Said  To Be Unsinkablo  A ship's carpenter, after 60 years  at his. trade, has Invented anew lifeboat of a very curious, kind.    .  It is practically .two���������broad, shallow  .boats fixed "bottom.to bottom, so that  as, one half i^ capsized the other half  is righted. It is said,-however, tofbe  practically  impossible to  capsize  it,  Minard's Liniment Mils warts.  bottom are valves which: will let the  water out. but will not let it in whichever .way up the boat is; and,there  are tanks for fresh water and food  which can be reached whichever, side  of the boat may be uppermost.  Wins Many Prizes  <**    ������������������������������������  Widely     Known     Horseman     From  Brampton WiU Reside In  Saskatchewan -  W. J. McCallum. the widely known  horseman of Brampton, Ontario, and  Regina, Saskatchewan, has completed arrangements whereby he will permanently reside in Regina and have  his stables there aa a distributing  point. Mr. McCallum entered over 100  horses at the Royal Show, Toronto,  last fall, filling- three stables with hia  own Importations. No exhibitor ever  won so many championships and  i prizes as he won at tliat show.  In a moment of weakness the Hamilton Herald,advocates 'Amn't I?" as  a subsat&te^Sr*''ijSj&,';.i not?" That  paper ought to have its head x-Amn't.  .���������'ill I   '.     I i   '     ��������� ���������mill ��������� ���������    I    H  *SPHIIUPS"  KRaS^aa  tNDiofcftTioraa  iCI0 6rOM*Y*  HUA������CT������0������M������  HKAOj^jCM*  rtAfltB*N������USg*.  V','h.ki :j'i(.'.."it pc-o^c cnll Ir.ii'^-T.rtlon. l-s  ������.dually c-xcesM acid in tho -atomach.  Thp food huH Hourcd. Tho Instant rom-  ������'dy Ih an alKali whicli nautraUzaa  acirJfj. Hut don't use urudo helps. XJee  v.*hat your doajlfw would n.dvi������������s.  The best h<-lp t:������ i'hilUpn' Milk of  Mtipjiftfiii*. For th������ iSO -ynara nluce ito  invention, It imiu rcirualnocl ntandai'd  with p.hyaaV.-J.-tU'i, Yon will find nothlMny  m\n������ .'������������rjjulck in Un ottcct, mo harrnivw������������  isa. ofUctcn".  Now  Has a Member ship Of  140,000  Farmers  The most recently compiled returns  show that the Canadian Wheat Pool  has a mombei'ship of 1<L0,000 farmers  with a wheat acreagp tinder contract  of 15,500,000 in the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. The  Pool operates 942 country grain elevators with a' total capacity ^??20,-  000,000 bushels j-md/. ton tcrmimfit'cle-  vators with a total capacity oi^23,-  000,000 bushels. During tho last crop  year    tho    Pool    ohlpcd    12-1,000,000  bushels of grain   ,to    24    countrlosi  tlirough CO porta of tho world, G0,-  000,000 of which went to thc 'British  Isles. - ,   ' .-;���������*���������  It is much easier to be critical than  to be correct.  This Discovery Will  Benefit Millions  Mr. W. J. Borlon, New- York, v/riteat  wSick headache, indigestion and con*  fitipatlon have tanubled me for years. I  tried everything but truthfully your  purely vegetable laxative pill is the beat  daily regulator E hiave ever taken."  CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS  All druga-iatft���������25c nnd 75c red pkgs.  HER(  Otic tont^lcw-1* spoonful in *arnt������-������v 3ic>ii-  tralizais many times 11.8 volume in  add, Tho renultfl nro immodlato, with  no bad al'ter-cffocto. Onco you learn  tlilrt fact, you will never deal with  excess acid In tho crude waynu Glo  learn���������now���������why this method I������ trn-  prfttme.  Bo Muro to flrot tho genuine PhtlllpH'  Milk of Miifipnesla prescribed by phyrail-  c!������n������ for 60 ynars In corrootlng* ex-  cawH ticlttH. jT-kti'tt hotllu ci"������tli������������j(4ii Xiidl  direct I onw���������any drugritor*.  Canadian Nationality  To the nnanimoua national protest  against the objectionable practice of  ccnatvaa atatlsticiana In refusing to  recognize such a thing a������ a "Canadian" nationality, the jgovernment  must pay hoed. It la absurd to .i.tylc a  chlLd whoso jfi-randCwt^ef wujj an Tmh-  UsUman, married to n Scots woman;  whoso father was bora'in Canada and  married a awedlah woman, na Kng-  Hiab. Thc lad In a Canadian, second  only in standing to tho North American ludian.���������Wostora Producer.  PiERMANENT BUILDING FAPEI^  Beauty in a home may  be only skin deep.  A beautiful home its not alwayu  comfortable nor eav-Uy saleable.  Hercules does for a home what : )j,  beauty cannot. Tested and  proven wind proof and damp  proof, Hercules makett a house  warm and dry at all tEnies-���������th *  home that buyers seek.  Hercules cotn������������ in. three grades  ������������������x, xk, -xxx.���������for variouo needs.  A How    Hercules   fulBUa   our  ?-Pi\ dalma   1%   easily   understood'  ' - rafter an examination. May w������  oend a few uamplesl  ^Na^  Kftsvn Mlnard'ft In tho MedWw Cheat,  JI...I  il   f ���������lll-Mli-i'l    *--|ttiyiWrJltil������rfilir������rW������>J������*m  ^   "n/"'tj7    172-t THE   REVIEW    CRESTON,   B,  li  SITUATION IN  THE NEAR EAST  l-IUWO   AMf&TAflO  m& yir  London.���������The stern note which  Great Britain, presented., to Egypt,  stating: in* effect tliat the British will  not grant full independence to that  country at preserithas been" coupled  with the "holy war.'t-in Arabia to  create "a situation which " may affect'  British relations throughout the  Near East to the borders of India.  Despatches from Egypt assert that  the political situation there ia fraught  with confusion, uncertainty, and excitement.Egypt is wdthout a cabinet,  fout^ifotsUJSa^ Nahas  F-^b^-.?!*^^ audience with'  Ki^*?FU������^? fdeclaried that constitii-'  ticm^'governmentsi. would be formed  as long as the constitution exists.  The .British note, which apparently dropped like a bombshell in GJairo  political circles .aftejrv!"pie'^breakdpy^'  of negotiations for ait Anglo-Egyptian Alliance, makes it clear to the  Nile country that Great Britain will  not tolerate any legislation that is  likely to hinder British power in protecting foreign life and property in  Egypt; The note reveals tha^ the British Government has; for some: tithe  feared that such legislation wpuidf be  adopted by tlie Egyptian parliament.  But so long as there xvas prospect of  a treaty of alliance, Britain refrained  from expressing, these fears,  y Well, informedyy British; observers  believe that the home government  now has said her final word and that  the burden of the next move in the  imbroglio rests in Egypt. Shorn of  diplomatic verbiage, the position is  about as follows:,  Egypt declines to sign any treaty  of alliance which does notyaccord absolute rindependence to?acsi*. She rejects the right of Great-Britain fto  maintain troops in Egypt or to have  any control over the Egyptian police.  Britain, on the'.other hand, firmly  intends to keep her troops there, believing the soldiers are necessary for  protection of the Suez Canal. She  also insists ou maintaining a measure of control over the' Egyptian  police and observers explain tliat this  is to prevent any situation arising  which might result in some other  power taking a hand in Egyptian affairs.  Whether Egypt signs such a treaty  or not, Great Britain will stick to  these demands, in the opinion of British observers.  Saskatchewan House  rogues  Thirty   Bills   Were   Put  Through   In  Final Session  Regina.���������With   traditional   dignity  a....u>    uuiCU������M>i,jr     IJia   XWmlltfK     JUi<3 LltciifiiiL-  Governor Ncr/wlands prorogued the  third session of the sixth Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly. Since  January 24, thirty three sittings were  held during the session, including 11  night sittings, four morning sittings  and a Saturday sitting.  The closing ceremony came after a  long busy day during which more  than 30 bills were put through the  closing stages an$ passed. One of the  last items of business transacted by  the -House was the passing of supplementary estimates totalling $1-138,-  518 to fcover expenditures already in-  ciirpeai. These were put'through with  little interruption, except - a question  now and again as to how the money  was spent. An item of .511,500 was  required for the Power Commission's  work. The main items included $55,-  208 fox the Treasury including a grant  of ������10,000 to the Canadian National  Institute for the Blind, and $25,198  for Freight Rates Inqttiry; 4-500,000  for the Farm Loans Boai-d; $193,000.  for the Educational Department; $52,-  22.0 for the public health department.  y 'Votes totalling $24,300 were included in ^aaiditional ; estimates to bring  the indemnities f6r members of the  Legislature up to $2,000 a year from  $1,800; to provide $3,000 for leaders  of the. Opposition and to give the  Premier an increase of salary from  $6,000 to ,$7,200 a year. These increases were discussed a day or two ago  when it was pointed out that Saskatchewan members were.the' lowest  paid in any legislature west of the  Maritime Provinces, and Howard Mc-  Connell, the member for Saskatoon,  declared Premier Gardiner, while the  hardest worked man in the province,  was poorly paid when there was no  reason for the province to be too niggardly.  Pictures Cannot Be Shown  Photos Of Lieut.-Col. Amery's Tour  Will Not Be Exhibited  London.���������In connection with the  recent Empire tour of Liexit.-Col. L.  C. M. S. Amery, secretary of state for  Dominions Affairs, photographs of  various places and interesting incidents were taken by Captain William  Brass, M.P., former private parliamentary secretary to the Minister of  Health and the Chancellor of the Exchequer, who accompanied Col.  Amery on the tour. It was proposed  to exhibit the pictures within thc precincts of tlio House of Commons.  Now, however, permission for tbo exhibition has been recused by tho Lord  Chamberlain, the Earl of Cromer,  with whom the'decision on tho matter rests.  Sterilize Fecbl������ Minded  Edmonton.���������Following ono of tho  stormiest passages that any measure  before tho Alberta House has boon  accorded in recent yearn, tho Sexual  Sterilization BUI waa given third  reading and will be put into effect aa  soon aR it h������s been ussonlad <o by thc  lieutenant-governor. By this Action  of tho legislature, Alberta becomes  tho first province In tho Dominion of  Canada to undertake Hterllimtlon of  the feeble-minded.  ������ift l"'or Medical Koscarch  Stockholm.���������At thc request of tho  monarch  hlmnolf,  Sweden's  birthday  gift to King fin Slav V. w'Tl bf- devoted to work for mippreHHiom of cancer,  A national smbaerlption for tho fund  in honor of tho klng'a 70th birthday,  June 10, haa been smarted, and the  king Imuj accepted In advance, on the  promise that thc money be used for  medionl research.  .y,      *J.      .1 i������.k  Hew ll&zFav&Yvi Kl Fliij Finn  Another Ore  Body Located Said To  Be Important*;  Toronto.���������-Reports from Flin Flon  Mines are that a new ore body has  been located south of the. main -ore  body. It is stated that the new finer  is one of considerable importance,   y  Development work is being pushed  forward energetically; On the 400-  foot level a crosscut 240 feet iivwidth  has been drifted on for a length of  approximately 300 feet. The average  value obtained has been 2 per cent.  copper and some zinc, but some sections aro of much higher grade, one  of 2S feet width running between 5  and 6 per cent, copper.  The work of preparing a new town-  site is well under way, and sLtes have  been selected for ihe concentrator  and smelter. The present camp buildings will be removed to make room  for the new plant.  Banking System Discussed  ���������Govei-iimetaii. Inspector Says  Nothing  Wrong  With  Present  System  Ottawa.���������C. E. S. Tompkins, government inspector general of banks,  appeared before tho House of Commons committee on banking and commerce and submitted to questions by  the members. The banking system, as  it existed, met the needs of the country, he told the committee. Of course,  from time to time changes were  necessary but he could xiot see anything radically wrong wLth the system. ,- ��������� . ���������  p, Tho views of the Canadian Council of Agriculture with respect to  banks and banking wero presented  by A. E, Darby, director of economic  research for the council.  Pioneer MlnHlonnry Dead  Winnipeg.���������Kev, Dr. John McLean,  historian and plonoor missionary of  Western Canada, died hero following  an attack of influenza, Dr. MacLean,  who was. iu his 77th year, alnco coming to Canada more than CO years  ago had "been prominently connected  with thf. actlvittan of the- Methodist  Church in the Dominion.  The domestic market absorbs annually -$837,000,000 worth of Canadian  agricultural ��������� products     ns   against  3000,000,000 worth exported. Tlio value of tho por capita consumption of  farm products In Canada umounto to  f* fym   (������*������  Daring Aviators Return To Safety  B^^A������??i:'*S:^^-ffl&j:'".  ���������ttg^^^^^g^^SSpg������32&���������~^%^i^'  Escape Death When  Airplane Crashes  Eight Passengers On London, To Paris  Flight Were Uninjured  London.���������Eight passengers of an  aeroplane "flying from Paris to London had a remarkable escape when  the machine crashed in a field near  the Lympne airdrome in Kent. Baroness Van Till Canch Kavanagh, of the  Hague, was cut in the face by glass,  but the other passengers were f.riin-  jured.  Trouble was experienced when the  plane ^reached toe French coast, and  its speed was reduced. Near the airdrome the Ief t wing suddenly dipped,  and the plane.spiralled rapidly toward  the earth. It crashed and bounced  several times after the wing struck  the ground. The passengers were (jolted afl over the place and the baggage  tumbled about.     ?  s?  T>^aaa^aaa  Maury, climbed put of the cockpit,  opened the passengers' door, and all  scrambled to safety, fearing the machine might catch fire as both engines  were wrecked.  Later Pilot Maury explained that  a valve spring in one of .the engines  had apparently broken.  ��������� Bm4-*>*��������������������� '!*"Bs������-*������s������>������,������ Biswas?  '.-.... Flying Officer A. Le<wis (i;i, and  Flight Sergeant N. S- Terry (2), crew  of the Fokker plane Saskatchewan,  who were missing since February 17  until March 1st. Their plane being  wrecked, they managed to travel  overland sixty miles to Port Burwell.  after suffering incredible hardships.  Government Bill  One ������ay's Rest In  Seven Bill Docs  Not Please Manitoba Laborites  was    given  second reading the Bracken Government's bill for one day's rest in seven for certain employees was severely  criticized by the Labor and Conservative leaders in the legislature.  Under the bill, declared John  Queen, Labor leader, the bill only applied to employees already getting  One day's rest in seven. Mr. Green  described 'the bill; as "a bluff," the  work of an ftmsympathetic administration.  "The bill," said Mr. Queen, "applied to piano and organ factories,  though there were none in the province. Why not, on the same principle,  apply it to shipbuilding, the building,  of dreadnaughts and submarines ? Let  us have a real act, when we are at  it."  Six     Months'     Old     Daughter     Of  Emperor Of Japan Succumbs  Tokio, Japan.���������The six months old  daughter of Emperor Hirohtto of  [Japan, is dead. "Complications following pneumonia," was assigned as  the cause' of the death of the Imperial baby, who had been critically all  for several days.  The child was originally attacked  by influenza, from which the emperor himself also suffered, together  with thousands of Japanese people. It  was announced that the emperor was  convalescent.  At the bedside of little Princess.  Hisa were the Empress and -other  members of the royal family. There  i will be no official mourning as the  1 child was under: seven years of age,  and no public mourning. Interment  will be under Shinto rites at Asaka-  wa, near. Tokio, yrhere the late Emperor Taisho is buried.  ELLS OF  APE  Ottawa. ��������� Beacon's burning on  mountain tops and rockets were used  to spread the news of the seeming  tragedy all over the North land, and  officers of the Royal Canadian Air  Force did all that was humanly possible to locate Flying Officer Lewis,  Flight Sergeant Terry and the Eski-  ������������������RiVhfo-ir ���������  ,'hon.   i-hsv.  ^xrat*������.    iviie.  Mine Chief Admits Laxity  Fight Destructive Insects  Ottawa. ��������� The fight against tho  destructive insects which prcey upon  Canadian crops vyas described by Arthur Gibson, Dominion entmologist,  to the convention of the Canadian  Horticultural Council here. The use of  the aeroplane for dusting in an endeavor to rid the crops and soil of  certain insects was experimented in  last year and proved quite promising.  Bollinger Disaster Due To Order Not  Being Enforced  Timmins, Ont.���������Charles Williams,  Hollingers' general superintendent,  admitted to the Royal Commission inquiring into the Hollinger disaster,  that there was a " very bad slip up "  from himself down to the transportation men, when his orders about disposal' of powder house rubbish had  been disregarded.  Instead of putting the rubbish in  the waste pass or else mixed with  rocks in the stopes, it had been put  in the stopes without any rocks, and  as a result had started the fire which  snuffed out the lives of 39 miners.  Williams could not say who was  responsible. Williams said he knew  of no one who could give further in-  formation when it was suggested the  commission adjourn so that it might  conduct an inquiry there.  sing, according to the latest radio reports to reach Ottawa from the Hudson's Straits air base at Port Burwell,  Uhgava.  In a lengthy report of steps taken  to find the? trioy Squadron-Leader T.  A. Lawrence, of Ottawa, who has  charge of the R.C.A.F. detachments  in the north, detailed areas .covered  by aeroplane and dog team. Every  section of Ungava and Uhgava Bay  within an area of 200miles were  searched. Dog teams with Eskimos  were sent out? to establish caches of  fuel and supplies, and to warn Hudson's Bay posts and Eskimo villages  that the airmen were missing.  Bonfires were kept going from a  high point behind the Port Burwell  base at night. Flares and distress  signals were fired off until this had  to be suspended through shortage of  fuel and flares. .  Squadrons Leader Lawrence tells orf  the part played by Flight-Lieutenants  Brian Carr-Harris, Ottawa, and A. A.  Leich, Winnipeg, in the search, and  adds, " great credit is due to members of the Royal Canadiah Mounted  Police, Mr. C Ford,, manager of the  Hudson's Bay Company's post at Port  Burwell, Capt. W. Bennett and crew  of the C.G.M.M. steamship Canadian  Raider and the natives of the whole  district for their untiring assistance  in search of missing personnel. Personnel have now entirely recovered  from their harrowing experience."  In official circles here it is believed  the 'plane which the three .men Were  forced to abandon will be washed up  on the shores of Labrador or Newfoundland in due course, or the  wreckage picked up at sea. The fice  on which it^ was deserted was being  borne southward by the Labrador  current, and it would thus probably  remain visible on the surface of -the  ocean for several months at least.  Australian Rugby Team Here  ii '   -   inn rii. J���������'���������        " ' *���������" ir:���������-T- -������������������ i.i.^r-.���������i^... ^���������^-^--^ -��������� -���������������������������" -|f^T-^.,^^ ^.....^���������^^..^m  Nothing but praise for tho sportsmanship of Old Country people was  expressed by Uio Warataha, New  South Wales, Australia Rugby Team,  when thoy arrived in Canada recently on tho Canadian Pacific Steamship  Melita. During their nine months"  tour of Great Britain and France,  whero they played 33 gamca with  record crowd.-* In attendance, nome-  tlmoa exceeding1 fifty tlionnatul, they  muqh appreciated tlio sportsmauliko  behavior of spectators.  E. Gordon Shaw, manager of tho  team, auld; "Tne Lh'ilissh cicowdd were  about thc most ^air-minded and \m-  projudlced I have ovor scon. If a referee over gavo a decision that yaa  perhaps a shado on thc doubtful ������ldc  in our favor, therm were never any  demonstrations of discontent. I have  nothing but unstinted admiration for  tho wliola-haartod ������porfHtYi--ttn������**>a-jp nf  our treatment on tho other Bide."  Woiuan Liberal  Elected In Britain  Mrs.    Walter    Runciman    Successful  Candidate In St. Ives  Penzance, Eng.���������The first woman  Liberal in the present British Parliament and the first husband and wife  combination in the House of Commons  have resulted from the recent by-  election in Saint Ives.  Mrs. Walter Runciman, wife of the  Liberal member for Swansea West,  not only became the first woman Liberal in the present House, but succeeded in capturing the St. Tvcs constituency from the Conservatives.  The district formerly was a Liberal  stronghold, but returned a Conservative at the last general election in  1924.  Mr. Runciman, who is a prominent  figure in tho Liberal party, actively"  supported his wife's  candidacy.  Boy Inherits Millions  mmmmm^mmmiwm  Young Son Of Ntsw York Millionaire  Receives Legucy  ������ Now York.���������A five-year-old boy today had joined tho ranks of American millionaires. John Mortimer Coward, 3rd, of Glenrldgc, N.J., is to receive at least two-thirds of thc more  than ?-t,000,000 estate of his father,  J. Mortimer Coward, late head of tho  Coward Shoe Stores, who s died in  Havana recently.  Part of the fortune which the flvc-  ycar-old bo^ Inherits is $1,000,000  from an insurance company policy  his father took out last July. Mr.  Coward was 28 years old.  Want Holiday November II  Ottawa.���������" In view of thc requcut  of tho Canadian Legion, is It thc Intention of tlio Government to declare  November 11 (Armistice Day), a Na-  tiouril Holiday?" asked H. J. Barber, Conservative, Fra3er Valley, lu  the House of Commons. Ho wan in-  rQi'it.Kit. ilu������X jJl������o j.i������tiMjt,' ia miii unucr  conaideratlow. J.-J1 MH    %JiS,&&3;\f JS    JK.JK* *������ JUB TT  TUC   ���������fOir^Trrfc'M nr** fir tag  3 Sit ^ntoiun nc.v-3E.VW  issued every Friday At Creston, B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  O. P. Hatbb, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON. B.C., FRIDAY. MAR. 16  T~   t������ n|jaii(  Get on the List  this   total   only  50,000,000   feet   of   the    exported  material    were   out  from   licensed.  Areas-.-over which  the  government  has any control.  Now that the figures and destin  ation -t>f the export   logs   has  been  made public ?i  will, he  interesting  to hear how many British   Colum  u: ������~i\ j  *la������ 1*Tt\ AAA Ant\ foot-.  In political circles the question  most frequently asked these days  is, will there he a provincial eleo  tion in 1S2S? Deftt ite Information  in this regard is not to be expected  till about a month before polling  date is actually fixed.  However, the usual four-yeas-  term in office of the Liberal government comes to an end in June, and  with the utmost confidence expressed on every hand of the administration being returned it would  look ' like good business to be  prepared for the appeal in June or  early fall.  Every live citizen has a personal  interest in this matter, at least to  the extent of seeing to it that his  name is on the provincial voters  list for the polling place iu whioh  he resides.  Any    British    subject   over   21  ttoq>������c> svr o rTC* **������������ V������ j-* ho.e IvfwA*-* -������*-* t-t**���������*#*fr\_  jr **-*** fc*������   *>������    ������jrg-^v������     ������** ajv/    uwo    ^r-c-wti     at*    ���������*_*-*. t������J~  ish Colusibiii sis months, and ia  the Creston ridiug one mouth, is  entitled to have his or her name  placed on the list.  In the past there has been some  annoyance due to electors, who  have voted at a Dominion election,  taking it for granted that their  names would be on the voters list,  only   to  find   ou election day their  i-fco mo   rk     rt    tr%f\ih:    r*v������L������k*rh    yho^wtifer)<-***-]   r%r\    t-\V*jZk  ��������� ���������������-*���������-*���������*������***>#    mm      mj*    am*^rm*     ������^wm      ������ w W^r*-v������ v.**^     vri4     *tm**~>  provincial list of voters. In this  connection the situation is a little  more aggravated due th������* fact that  two Dominion contests have been  held since the B.C. provincial election in 1924  The 1928 voters list closes early  in April and the Review urges  everyone to make perfectly sure  their names' are registered. Where  anyone has moved from another  rid.ng into the Creston electoral  district since June 1924, a transfer  of vote will be required and' the  necessary transfer forms can be  had at the office of the registrar of  voters���������whioh happens to be in the  Review building���������or from any live  commissioner for registering voters,  of which there are many in the  district.  of logs to Japan to secure  employ  ment, and just   about   how   many  followed   the   50,000,000   feet  that  went to the United States.  Form No. 13.  [Section 3&1  AGT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Purchase Land  In West Kootenaj-y Land Recording District of  frovince of .British Columbia, a������u siiuAtw  in Arrow Creek VeJley on east slope of  v_     Goat Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE that Efflo Frank Arrow-  smith, of Creston. B. C. arxseuDation, spinster,  intends to apply for porniission to purchase tbe  follow! n������r described lands:   Comsaenoisg at a  ������oat planted adjoining- South East corner of  ublot 130 of Lots 4������5 and 1593; thonoo SO  chains West; thence 20 chains South; thence  20 chains East; thence 20 chains North, and  containing 40 acres, more or leas.  EFFIE FRANK ABROWSMITH.  Dated February 4,192&  in the matter of tfaft Snlngra. Act, R.S.B.C.  1924,, and te tie -matter af Sections  28 and 48,ft.S.B.C.t924,C&apter 167.  Timber Exports  With an election in the offing,  and some liklihood of Conservative  workers busy in an effort to scir up  feeling against Liberal candidates  due the alleged tremendous export  of logs, coupled with whioh is the  warning that "British Columbians  are forced to follow the raw logs in  order to secure employment," it  might be well to glance at an offi  cial return brought down Iaot  session covering the outgo of logs  in  1926.  This return shows that for that  year he total timber cut in British  Columbia was some 3,000.000,000  feet, and 7 per oent. of this left the  province in the shape of raw logs.  55.000,000 feob went to the United  States, and 170,000,000 feet  went  To A. if. GIBBS, Esq. {Free Miner).  QWHEREAS you are a co-owner of the mineral claims known and described as **Iolanthe,"  lol&ntbe Nat," "Iolanthe No.2," "lolanthe  No.3/* "Iolanthe No.4," "Iolanthe No.5," "Country Girl" "Country Girt No.1," "Country Girl  No.2,** "Country Girl NO.JL" "Victoria," being  and situated on th������ East side of the Slooteuaj.  Late, near Ginol Landing, in the Nelson Mining Division, Province of British Columbia;  AND WHEREAS" you have neglected and  refused to contribute your proportion of the  expenditure as required by Section 48 of the  "Mineral Act" being Chapter 167, R.S.B.C. 1924;  TAKE NOTICE that application will be  made after ninety days and within one hundred and twenty (120) days from the date of the  first publication of this notice to have the said,  above-mentioned mineral claims recorded in  tiie names of the remaining co-owners.  o Date o^ fiwA roiMicatIo" **<������������w;H 2nd. I9KL  ~ DATED a* "Trail. B.C.T "this 23rd day of  February, A.D- I92S.  D. MacDONALJ).  Solicitor for co-owners:  E. J. B. Irving  I* F. Tyson  T. *F. Lean.  SYNOPSIS OF LAND  ACT AMENDMENTS!  y       PRE-EMPTIONS  Vacant, unreserved, surveyed Crown  lands may be pre-empted by British  subjects over 18 years of age, and by  aliens on declaring intention to become  British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation, and improvement  for agricultural purposes.  Full information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions, is given  in Bulletin Ko. 2, la-nd Series, "Sow  to Pre-empt Land," copies of which can  be obtained free of charge by addressing tbe 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, Le., carrying over 5,000 board feet per acre  west of the Coast Range and 8,000 feet  per acre east of that range.  Applications for pre-emptions are to  be addressed to tne Land Commissioner  of the Land Recording Division in  which the land applied for is situated,  and are made on printed forms, copies  of which can be obtained from the Land  Commissioner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and improvements made to.  value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivating at least five acres,  before a Crown Grant can be received.  For more detailed information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt Land."  QUALITY IB N&V&& AN AGGIDBNl  *4r   S3cfc-������rc5  J. I     -fi.    ZA^f %J  to Buy  Good  ^noes  j  ���������j  11 ri* ft if  ������%   i I f f% il  si h   m   dm mm      m.       m'm a  mm ^  __*#ltf|Hfli  M ^ M _    _   ^    ^m ha ii I������ ^  ygyya -���������%������ 11 ij i-i %2  Best wearing and most stylish.    Black and Tan.    At prices that mean economy in  the end.   MEN'S WORK SHOES and BOYS* SCHOOL SHOES in the best  lasts and lowest prices. y -  r������H  Dry Soocls  Groceries  Furniture  Hardware  Forsythe shirts, Murray^ Shoes and Oxirords  Watson and renman s u naerwear ana npsiery  and Children include  Broadcloths, Ginghams, Crepes, Rayons,  Plain and Printed Voiles, etc;  CRESTON  MERCANTILE COMPANY j  LB BUI TED  Unht amrl Mmm%?&  m^^^mk ^&mm kWw\^M mWl%^^ .^^SjMa ^w^^m^S ^Sr,\\w m\\\\Y\\m BLv^r^  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  Am mirssboffl  Shoe and Harness Repairing  PURCHASE  Applications are received for purchase  of vacant, unreserved Crown Lands,  not being timberland, for agricultural  purposes; minimum price of first-class  (arable) land is $5 per acre, and second  class (grazing) land $2.50 per acre.  Further information regarding purchase  or lease of Crown lands is given in Bulletin No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase  and Lease of Crown Lands."  Mill, factory or industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding- 40 acres,  may be purchased or loosed, tho conditions' including payment of stumpage.  HOMESITE  LEASES  Unsurveyod areas not exceeding 20  acres may be leased as homesltcs, conditional upon a dwelling being erected  in the first year, title being obtainable  after residence and improvement conditions aro fulfilled and land has hQQn  surveyed.  LEASES  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas not exceeding 010 acres may bo  leased by one person or a company.  ' GRAZING  Under the Grazing Act tho Province is divided into grazing districts  nnd the range administered under a  Grazing Commissioner. Annual grassing permits are issued based on numbers ranged, priority being given to  established owners. Otoclc-owncrs may  form associations for range management, Prco, or partially free permits  aro available for settlors, compcra or  travellers, up to ton head.  THE MINERAL PROVINCE OF WESTERN CANADA  Jo tn������ End or December, i92t&  Has produced Minerals as follows: Placer Gold. $78,018,548; Lode Gold, $126,972,318; Silver, $80,-   .     .  ^.~~���������* **n   ~ *.���������nr*,~,^<.   -*.      ****������'**���������������������   ^lal and Coke, $284,-  its mineral production  787,003; Lead. $106,976,442; Copper, $209,967,068; Zinc, $50,512,557; Coal and Coke. $284,-  ,133; Structural Material? and Miscellaneous Minerals, $50,175,407; making  699  to the end of 1926 show an  AGGREGATE VALUE OF $988,108,470  PRODUCTION FOR YEAR Ending December, 1926, $67,188,842  The Mining Laws of this Province aire more liberal and the fees lower than those of any other Province in tlie Dominion, or any colony in the British Empire.  Mineral locations arc granted to discoverers for nominal fees.  Absolute Titles are obtained by developing such properties, the security of which is guaranteed by  Crown grants. ��������� '  Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained gratis by addressing���������  Tne Hon* Tlie Minister of Mines  VICTORIA, llItlTISH COLUMBIA  N.B.���������Practically aU British Columbia Mineral Properties upon which development work lias boon done  are described in some one of the Annual Reports of thc Minister of Minos.- Those considering mining investments should refer to such reports. They are available without charge on application to tbe Department of  Mines, Victoria, B.O. Reports of tho Geological Survey of Canada, Winch Building, Vancouver, are recommended as valuable sources of information.  Reports covering each of tho Six Mineral Survey Districts are published separately, and are available  on application.   . THE   CBESTOK RETIBW  Creston School  Report, February  Division 1���������P. Mclielian. Principal.  Proficiency, Grade 8 ��������� Clementine  Marshall. BH)y Bayle, Favy Pendry.  Grade 7���������Dorothy Marshall, Margaret  Blinco, Mary Malone.  _ Perfect attendance���������Frederick Al  derson, Billy Bayle, Margaret Blinco,  Basil Ohrsstio, Herbert Couling, Min  nie Downes, Manuel Irving, Jean  Henderson, Joan Hilton, Hazel Hop-  wood, Le. Roy Johnson. Marjorie  Learmonth, Clementine Marshall,  Mudeleine Moore, Mnry Mai one, Raymond   Martin,   Dorothea MacDonald,  sn   ������.' a ft..  ttir      ,���������������_! ������    ������������jii���������   tc������ ^ti  Jalichol     Dora    Nickel,   Fay    Pendry,  **"*   *****&*. *r m  Young, Sally Johnson, Harold Benin-  tKer.  Save I rips to 1 own  You may safely send your  deposits to this bank by, mail.  Every deposit by mail will be  given careful and immediate  attention, and you will receive  an  acknowledgment by return  |IUHl.  289  IMPERIAL  BANK  Ort^KAaCiA  CRESTON BRANCH  C W. ALLEN, Manager.  Brancbe* at ivesmeie, Cr&nbtook and Femie  asuBaaBBtiBBaa&BSBaBsamaB&**BBmrm*>  Mgiit: @p0t every time!  f#^|L������I> Milwaukee Lager Beer  ^^is made from best grade  of Barley Malt and best B.G.  Hops, blended with imported Bohemian  Hops, wiuchgi^si^  It will strengthen every  part ������f the  body. It aids digestion.  If run down it will  you up.  For sale at all  Government Liquor  Stores and Beer Parlors.  ESTlVif KSTER BREWERY LTD  \ __��������� vku/Wesiminst&K 3.C. - fj  '-CHSSEMSS5BSB  f**a^wju������j^aas3HgBi>iJL!!a  ^as advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board  or by the Government of Britiflh CoVirnH^ ���������    y  FUEL!  In any of these lines we are prepared to take care  of your ������very requirement promptly and at prices that  will satisfy.    We are handling  JL J.5L-aO^-^^     ^*���������/      JDJ^BaW  Maple Leaf and Robin Hood  FEED  Timothy, Alfalfa, Prairie Hay  Bran, Shorts, Barley Chop, Crushed Oats, Chopped  Oats, Wheat, Etc., always on hand*  s ?v OALT���������the best mined  ^mg. ^mm ^mm*.,  wt whs ajaj  an v* iMi    jum. fcsy-aiiSfc   fsyawM  tjjijjjk' ��������� u*j -,  mM*1**        HJ  Division 2���������Miss'Kendtill, teucher.  Highest standing, Gradf 5���������Herbert  Dodd, Iris Taylor, Frances Lewis.  Grade 5���������George Col lis, Reetba Phillips, Harry Jonnson.  Regularity and Punctuality ��������� Hubert BeningerVi-Jav ' Bliss, Herbert  Dodd- .Tjtutes "Downes. BobeH. Dickson,  Helen Hopwoodi;Harry?Ifohnson. Jack  Johnston, Frances Levs-is--. Oasneron  McDonald, Vera- McGone-ajal, Harold  McLaren, Frances Mot a re, Molly  Moore, Bert ��������� Morrow, George Murrell,  Archiix- Nichols, Kate Payne, Sarah  Quinn. jane Ross, Allan Bpeeia, Iris  v&vlnr, r.It-PPiiafilv^V*������apk. Mai-caret Mil-  ler. Kathleen "Greer. Joyce Bu^khart.  Division 3���������Miss Wade, teacher.  Grade 4a, -Proficiency ��������� Marion  tcgannn, nitetUn-u oprnn., jiiiijrriguSDn.  General Improvement���������Billy- Fer-arti-  son, Writing Impaoveinent���������Eumia  Hills. Grade fib, Pc-oficiene-y���������Charlie  Taylor, George Dodd, Aileen Klingen  smith. General Tiiiprove.mmb���������George  Dodd.    Writing' Imprpvpnaent���������Ruth  mrr.  - -  n.fa.i-f*-  Perfect attendance���������Donglas Alder  son, Doris Bayle, Lily Btixa, Clarence  Bnibree,: Ruth Hare, Margaret Henderson, StuartHilton, Etnmett Johnson, Aileen fKlingensnuBth. Hughena  McCi-eatbv fLSoycl McLaren. -Niatniaiti  r������icKe>, itiut-iOiu v������3i![M>, uoiiRifia csi>it-i.=-.  Stuart Spiers, Eleanor Spratt, Charlie  Taylor, Buama Hills, Yvonne  Murrell.  Division 4���������-Mis.* Holrnesa teacher.  Grade 3 Junior,- ProrScieney���������Helen  McCreath. ' Improvement; ^��������� William  Weir. Gr::de 2 Senior, Profti-ieney���������  Beryl Pniiijer. ~ Improvetnent���������Irwin  Nickel. Writing Improai'eni.p.nt���������Norman fPhillips. Grade 3 Junior, Proficiency���������- Dt>wis Ferg;::sj3n. Inips-ovs  rnent-���������Edra Wstjlteey. Writing improvement���������Thtatnas Lewis. Grade 3  Senior, Proficiency���������Rachel Morrow.  Improvement���������rESdwin Pendry. Writing I?nprovement���������-William Greer.,  Perfect ������������������;.. Attendari ce��������� Doris Beni n-  ger, William Craig, Maisie Ferguson,  Jean Greenwood, Doris Hendy, -William Kernaghan, Charles Klingensmith, Helen McCreath, Rachel Morrow; Gerald Phillips, Norman Phillips,  Jean Rycktnan. rAriel Schade, Jesste  Spsatt, Richard Trevelyan. fEdith  Walkey, William Weir, Robert Willis, Iona Hills, William Greer, John  Ross,.  uivimuu o i������.������Sr������ iveri', (.wiener.  Proficiency, Grade 2���������Doris Walters 1  Grade   1,    Class   A :��������� Ruby    Palnaer.  Class B���������Marguerite Grant. , General  tmprovemenl^Campbell York.    Writing Improvement���������-Bgon UolSm.  Perfect ^ttendancer~ Ellsa . Poster.  Marguerite <Sranf, Stanley Hendren,  Pra������nk Herdman. Doroihea Greenwood, *" Dorqthy-yf Klingensmith, Fred  j MacRay, Victor MaoKay, Eva Phillips, Mary Ross, Maud Ross, Tom  Ross, Jean. Spiers, Elmer Walkey,  Nivian Walkey, Campbell York,  Ernest Hill, Ardtiry Weir.  PRICES NEW FORDS  &VJTJLTK  EQUIPPED  Pheaton���������  ���������  ���������  $745  i  fJoupe   ��������� ���������  Sport Coupe   .���������     950  r   ul ^m^u, ^a^H. .m^^m tf^kJ^^M   H  C aJ  !0'  Light Del   ���������  ��������� .���������  ���������  A.A. Chassis��������� ���������" ���������  A  ������i������fi-trttf������  735  625  ait*.  pd r im a  H IB    A   Rbbsb.   BUS    B  S    4  taamsm  5 ft D A  Chickens,  Rabbits and all  Stock  OUR  God Liver Oil.  Container extra.  per  afisa HrtTB  JbleOO  TH B  REXALIt STOIUB  afioc^Tiiy nonii ft. nniii#-''OTfihc  ure.0 i wu ynuu ������ duuh *o i unc  '���������'���������������������������."'' GEO. H. KELLY   ' \  ^84JI>*^  iaiiiiiiijaHtiMitM^  Cranltrook's auto tourist camp  had a 1927 cash intake of $1275,  For 1928 the tax rate at Grand  Forks  is  cut  from 32 to 30-mil Is.  Fernie is looking for at. oarly  spring. "The curling rink oloaed on  RIarcii 3rd.    "    :  Kaslo boartJT of trade ia asking  the town couiioil to put in a public  weigh scales.  The B.O. Elk's Grand Lodge  will meet at} Fernie for the 1928  annual meeting.  Cranbrook,,. girls' hookey club  netted about $100 at a leap year  dance last month.  Trail is calling for bids for the  erection of a now city hall which  will oost abou-, $35,000,  The Ne\ya is. of the opinion that  Vernon consumes almost 100,000  nounds of butter annually.  Cranbrook board of trade closed  its year with $103 cash on hand.  Its 1927 intake was $1404.  An absolutely free public library  is conducted,at Moyio and ha& o\-er  300 books to oatiFor its patrons.  OP $87,170 of irrigation rates due  ���������ate Vernon on Fohrnary 1.5fch,  $64,200 were paid on due date.  After four years oontinuons service W. EL Wilson has retired as  president of Cranbrook board of  trade.    W. S. * Santo succeeds him.  The "old opera house at Grand  Forks, whioh nnme b&ok to the city  duo to non imynmut of Lhx������-h, Iimh  boon   converted into a community  rooroation hall by tbo council.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  JPocket  used as a bank has many disadvantages.  Money carried in if ik easy to  spend on trifles or may be lost  or stolen.  Weekly deposits in our Savings Batik  will accumulate rapidly.  Small or large acccuzvts are -^-clccsa-***-*  Capital Pasd Up $20,000,000  Raeserve Fund $20,000,000  Creston Branch       ^ - R. J. Forbes, Manages  14 and 16-inch Stove wood.    About 2 licks to the load.  $2.00 per Load, delivered in town-  Get your Summer wood now.  Cj*JE������i''k.s������������ CXf B^.CJiJ3C3,EJ3R*S  . BURNS & Gu.,  flMm? AT   Htill7l>(PI-T AMTC  )������������������',���������,���������������������������.���������-. ������������������"ir'-r-r-.1"."1::11!"-��������� - ���������������������������- '���������������������������>���������������������������������������������������  ��������� 1  TRY OUK  bhAMRQCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economlcnl tllflh, ei-ray tn Hi-tvo,  Shamrock Brand HAM. BACON ana LARD  GLEND ALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government gnuled, higbeHt. quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  ������1l varletfoH,  Choicest BEEhp PORK, MUTTON. VEAL. LAMB  RIjRNS* IDEA L POUI. TR V FOOD  InerpHHOM <���������#** prtdnluntion unil priKlu(!<>iH bctU������r poultry.    Buy Hit* IichL  j*Aia������atiM#*il>^^rtii^ THE   REVIEW,    CRESTON,   B.    C.  Qfi/&?&re bb%&&8 mmVsam+wsmltmW  WORLD HAPPENINGS  DEVUdTLI:  Canadian farm lands in occupation  in 1927 are valued at an average of  $38 per acre in a Government crop  report just issued.  The Winnipeg- Presbytery of the  United Church has adopted a resolution in favor of the ordination of  women to the ministry. I  ���������Jules Cesare Joseph Laperre, a Bel- j  gian, accused- of being- a German spy i  "during; the Great War, was found [  guilty at Paris, and sentenced to life |  imprisonment in a fortress. a  The Washington government ap-j  pears unfavorable to any proposal for {  Rushing Work on H.B. Road  Good Progress Has Been Made During the Winter Months  Work has "been prosecuted ail winter on the railway now under construction from the Hudson Bay Railway to the Flin Flon .mining area in  Northern Manitoba, and railways  have been laid for a distance of thirty-five mile^. It is stated that tho survey of this line -will be continued to  Cold Lake, a distance of twenty-five  miles beyond the Flin Flon Mine, with  the intention of extending the road to  that point. The line to Flin Flon is to  be completed for operation by December 31. Work on the Hudson  Bay Railway from Limestone Rapids  to Fort Churchill has also been carried on during the winter, and good  progress has ^een made in clearing  the right-of-way and getting things  in shape for an early start by the  graders. Worlc on the harbor at  Churchill has also been going on all  winter, so that there will be permanent docking accommodation for  ships by the time tlio railway has  been completed.  The Sun. Life  another conference of thc great pow- I  More Firmly Established On a Souud  Financial Basis Than Ever  Before  One of tlie most encouraging signs  naval  ers on  1931.  Premier Taschereau brought a bill \  Jown in the Quebec legislative assembly which would grant municipalities  the right to prohibit sign-boards advertising alcoholic licjuor.  i of the times for Canada is the sub-  disarmament    before i ^. , ,    A ,. ,  istantial progress that continues to no  ] made by our great banking und insurance institutions. The Sun Ufe A s-  I surance Company of Canada has done  i record business during the past year,  jand its. position is today more firmly  j established upon a sound financial  That the Canadian National Rail-; basis tlaan ever before in its history.  ways would, in the near future, pur- . when Canadians reflect upon the  chase the Western Union Telegraph j strength and solidity of their banks,  Lines in the Maritime provinces, end \ &nd tlieir insurance companies, the  add them to their own system, wasjdesire that these shall always re-  the report cttrrent in Montreal- j  Hon. T. Ma Wilford, former Minis-' deed  in the highest interests  of the  ter of Justice and leader of the New i nation  that  tliey   should  never  pass  1  LESSON No. 19  Quest ion: Why is emulsified cod-liver oil so wonderful ~aP.rood- tonic lor  young girls and women ?  Ansuieri Because it  abounds in nourishing factors that are particularly  beneficial to people prone  to anemia and other conditions due to malnutrition.  Keep your.system vitamisi-  nourished-��������� ts&e  Wli4*T'*'& ���������������������������ruin oimi  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  MARCH 18  JESUS   TEACHES   SINCERITY  IMg Cold Storage Plant  A cold storage plant to cost $2,000,-  000 is to be erected at New Westminster, British Columbia, to care for  fruit, dairy, meat and fishery products of British Columbia and the  prairie provinces Intended for export.  MEW $*mi?M������Tii nan  Com.cs From the Rich  Red Blood  Made By DrVwilliams'  Pink Pills  There must be no guesswork in the  treatment of pale, anaemic girls and  children. If your daughter is languid,  has a pale,     sallow    complexion,    is  short of breath after slight exertion  or on going up stairs, if she has pal-  main Canadian is uppermost. It is in-  ^f^ZL^^?' ,a &������������VPPnw'  *^ or a tendency to faint, she has anae-  Zealancl Liberal Party, arrived in  Vancouver aboard the liner Aorangi,  to make a study of Canadian conditions generally.  Asthma No Longer Ureaded- The  dread of renewed attacks from asthma has no hold upon those who have  learned to rely upon Dr. J. JD. Kel-  logg's Asthma Remedy. So safe do  they feel that complete reliance is  placed on this time specific with the  certainty that it will always do all  that its makers claim. If you have  not yet learned how safe you are  with this preparation at hand get it  today and know for yourself.  ���������under foreign control.  Canada needs,  capital, but not to be devoted to s\val  lowing  up   our  national^, identity.  ���������  Montreal Star..  Orain Moving Westward  Exports of grain through the port  of Vancouver, B.C., during January  totalled 14,183,183 bushels and for the  1927 crop shipping season to the end  of tlae same month 36.459.044, both  constituting new periodic records.  Internal parasites in the shape of  worms in the stomach and bowels of  children sap their vitality and retard  physical development. They keep thc  child in a constant state of unrest  and, if not attended to, endanger life.  The child can bo spared much suffering- and the mother much anxiety by  using a reliable worm remedy, such  as Miller's Worm Powders, which arc  faure death to worms,  Native An!main Increase In Parks  The operation of thc national parks  of Canada as game sanctuaries has  demonstrated that the sanctuary idea  is the most successful method of  bringing* back native animals once  thought In danger of extinction.  The Least Excitement  mia���������the medical name for poverty  of the blood. Any delay in treatment  may leave her weak and sickly for  the rest of her life. When the blood  is thin and -watery give Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, coupled wtih nourishing  foodf and gentle out-of-door exercise.  The new, life-giving blood which  comes from a fair use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, increases the appetite, stimulates the nerves and brings  a. glow'-of health to., pale cheeks. Mrs.  Robert Jackson, R.R. "No. 5, Shel-  burne, Ont., praises this medicine for  restoring- her daughter's health. She  says:���������" When my daughter was nine  years old she was so weak and thin  that -we feared we would lose her.  She was very nervous, and going to  school seemed too much for her.  Often she would have to stay at home  for -days at a time. At times she  would have a very high fever, and  the doctor's treatment did not help  her. I tried several remedies, but with  no good results. One day a friend advised me to give her Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, and I did so. It was not  very long after she began taking the  pills that I could see a change for the  better. She kept on taking the pills  for several months, and through them  grew into a strong healthy girl. Sincfe  then, if a tonic has been needed at  any time, it has always been Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills."  The pills are sold by all medicine  dealers or will be sent by mail at 50  cents a box by The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Golden Text: "Keep thy heart with  sues of life.v���������Proverbs 4.23.  jUvtatp-v/Ai.*   Au.a-irv    e ,jl.-������*50*  Devotional Reading: Psalm 24.1-6.  Explanations and Comments  " I. The Tradition Of the Elders  Violated By tlie Disciples, verses 1-5.  ���������Certain Pharisees and Scribes had  come from Jerusalem for the express  purpose, .no doubt, of obtaining evidence which they could use against  Jesus. They noted that the disciples  ate food without first washing their  hands, ancl one day they gathered  about Jesus and a,sked him how it was  that his disciples failed to follow the  tradition of the elders, for they ate  with hands defiled, ceremonially unclean because  unwashed.  For the benefit of his Gentile readers, who were not familiar with Jewish customs Mark here in verses three  and four gives parenthetically an explanation. Before eating thc Jews  washed their hands diligently (or, up  to the elbow, Revised?Version). This  was not because the hands were actually unclean, but because, they were  ceremonially unclean. When they  came from tlie market place, -where  they would come in contact with, people whom they regarded as ceremonially unclean, they bathed before eating. They kept also all the regulations as to the washing of cups and  pots and brazen vessels.  The Jews " held the tradition of the  elders." Dr. Charles R. Erdman recalls the story of an imprisoned rabbi  who was allowed the "most meager  amount of brQ*ad and water for his  daily ration, and who used the water  for bathing his hands instead of  drinking it, saying that he had rather  die than transgress the institutions  of his ancestors.  "Fanaticism is easily awakened in  tlie defense of Tradition. Irf* the  Church of Rome the ecclesiastical  regulations, e.g., the Fasts and  Feasts, or the celibacy of the clergy  and the monastic vaws, are enforced  with a greater severity than the  original requirements of the Gospel.  The Roman Church, accepting the  principle of Tradition, has made the  precepts of men into doctrines to such  a degree that the I-Tew Testament is  rightly regarded as a danger to the  laity. A passage like the one before  us is subversive of Roman teaching."  ���������R. F. Korton.  Wtsamw ouar ovrn  tnanory stock and sell  direct to you���������no salesmen, no agents, no costly  cotnmlsatom that you tmvo  to .my for.,Our aalea plan save* -money���������you etui  buy your plantings.directf trom uannd se?e op to  ifV JO.     nvui.ua    a.a.a    aa.a.Ja   ^.aSw.   aiv.   a   a. aCCja.    aS-  prosed standard varieties suited to Canndlan  conditions. All stock guaranteed true-to-name.  . ���������*-������   ��������� ������**.  riant fruit trees aaa berries this Sprlr.R���������before  you know itjthny will be producing delicious  crops for tablu use nnd e&nntnj*.  8������(BtSM*lBy irons*? Sloaane  Trees nnd Bhniba odd value ewd Improve ap-  pearnnco yet cost but littlo.   Get details of  our apodal tow price collections.   Write for  catalog tod-ay���������iVs FREE.  trmQN NURSERSES.Bes K FobO.!!!.Ontario.  *P^g*Q������*tmff*tr$6f* .������ 'CjsrtSift   . ~w%,%J13up  Often ch-scked -with  one application of  Vicks. "Just rub ora  throat   and   chest  ^/ Va ������s>o \h o m  lyorid's Oldest Christian Church  The oldest Christian church in the  world, "built during- the third century,  stands' within the shadow of Mount  Ararat, at Etchmiadzin,' in Soviet Armenia. Gregory the Illuminator,  whom the Armenians believe converted them to Christianity, is supposed  to have been its founder, and- it is  for that reason known as St. Greg"-  ory's Cathedral-  Colic.  Mix ������iinardBs xveii with Molasses and use "as a drench.  Gives quick results.  3BSS  Corns are painful growths. Hollo-  way's Corn Remover will remove  them.  Recipes For This Week  (By Betty Barclay)  Palpitate and Flutter  Mrs. Ambrouo Orflor, ElginbiiTg, Ont.,  vtrite������:~"I nuffured for homo timo  ���������with a laud heart whioh seemed to to  controlled l������y my nerves, Tho leant  littlo oxeitenieut would eiuuto it to flutter nun i>ulj!>'ti.U>, autl i.i Him on I would  hn-VQ rt'id 1ni������l spcllta. I suffered In  this -vaty Jor Bcuriy time whon, one day,  I n-fivr  a<lv<<.Tl.jjio<l, no div  cided to try thorn,  I hint only taken it  few boxoa wlim 1  noticed thul. I felt  IttHXer, Hi.) I vwi-  tinned. tuVlnfy 1hom  mid in ������. nh<*tfc  (inio my lueurt iVlt.  entirely  different.'  Vrko slOfi, a bo* nt rn-lF ArfifSftMh. tmtl  ���������I^iiIi-th, Ktv mnll-Hi rllr������-t>1. on rcuoipt ot  nrlM by Tli������ T. MUburn Co., r.lmitod,  Torouto^ Otil.   -  W.    N?    tJ.    1724  An Attract.ivo New Frcw-k  This   dainty   frock   for   tho   junior  miss will be found rmlte sfa\iplo for  the homo modiste t.c������ fashion. There  arc two gathered milieu a'tnehod to  a straight foundation, and the .square  neck and short kimono sleeves may  ba? boruul With mat ch ing <*>r eon trusting material, No, 1722 Ih in wi/.cs CJ, 8,  10,-12 and 14 year:?. S'/.o 10 requires  2')i yards CHI-inch, or I ?������ yards 54-  inch material. I'riee 2?a eenta tbo pattern.  <M-\\' l^ntahUan nnok, illilHtrntlng tlio  newest and most practical stylo, will  be of inlet-out to every home elross-  multor. Priee ol! tho book 10 cents tho  copy.  The average consumption of fruit  in England is 93 apples. 67 oranges,  52 bananas and 15 lemons per person  per year. ������������������  WINTER CHOCOPUD  2 cups milk.  6 tablespoons cornstarch.  V2 cup sugar.  iyz squares  chocolate.  Va teaspoon vanilla.  V. teaspoon salt.  Mix dry ingredients, make into thin  smooth paste with a little milk. Add  to heated milk in top of double boiler.  Add melted chocolate. Stir to prevent  lumps. Cook 20 -minutes. Add vanilla  and pour into molds rinsed in cold  water. Chill, serve with cream or  whipped cream.  Tar Sand Deposits  The Marland Oil Company have  been investigating the possibilities of  the tar sand deposits on. the Atha-  baska -River in Northern Alberta, and  contemplate establishing a plant foi-  the extraction of oil based on a process -tliat has been developed at Denver, Colorado.  The BABY  Sores Flee Before It.���������There are  many who havo been afflicted with  sores and have driven them uway  with Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. AH  similarly troubled should lose no timo  in applying this splendid remedy, as  there is nothing like it to be hnd. It  is cheap, but Its power Is in no way  expressed by Its low price.  How To Order Patterns  AddroR h���������WI n n I i������������������jf Newppn per Un Ion,  ITS McTX-i-wn  .Ayc\��������� WJnnlpesr  Pallein   No.  SI 80,  Niune  Town  A fore-and- alt rigged vessel, originally of two masts, but later with ns  many as seven, is .called a schooner.  Fortify Yourself  Against Colds!  . f   I   ,  ,   a  ..  I   ,������.������*��������������������� 4  ��������������� ������  Toronto, Ont*.���������"I would have a spell  of ������������o������"e v tlu'oat a couple of tJjiiet* ������vcry  ��������� year- especially in the  winter, and it would  be a couple of montha  each time before I  would fully recover  and K������t my voice  luict*.. I doctored nnd  took medicine with  little relief until I beer a n t a !i I n ff Dr.  Pierce's Golden Med-    ical Discovery and it  has t������o completely relieved me of thia  trouble that I ncarcely ever have a 001c  throat or Buffer in any way from my  former trouble.   It hu������ been worth Ita  weight in gold to ine,"���������Mr������, A. McDonald, 28 McMurrich St.  All dealers. Fluid or tablets"  Write Dr, Pierce'* TnvalitJo Hotel in  , I Buff uio. N. Y., for free medical aulvice.  PUFF-BALLS  1 egg white.  4 oranges.  V2 cu.p powdered sugar.  Peel small oranges, removing white  membrano with outer skin. Beat egg  white, slightly, tising wire whisk;  add sugar, gradually, aud continue  beating until meringue is stiff and  will hold its shape. Thrust a long  Blonder wire skewer through the centre of each orange; frosj; them completely with the meringue, nnd suspend them, by the skowovtt, ucrosa u  narrow pan, and bake twelve minutes  iu a slow oven, being careful not to  lot them brown. Twist alee-worn gent-,  ly to remove them. These oranges  make a pretty dessert or supper dish.  *V,;'t ;* ji������i>������-��������� ;���������; ��������� ;*j������**j!j3  Tho Oil Of tho People Many olio  have come and gone, but Dr. Thornac*'  Eclectric Oil continue.'* to maintain Ita  position and increase its uphove ot  usefulness ench year. Ito sterling  qualities have brought it to the front  and kept it there, and It can truly he  called tho oil of the people. Thouaanda  havo benefited by it and would use no  other preparation.  ���������������   .i"       .1,11   ���������a   ...... m  RceMnK New Triule  Most of tho imported things tliat  Cuuadinna buy eomo from tho United  States. But our noighborn aro not  satiftflert und tlio TJ.B. Department of  Commerce la opening an agoucy In  Winnipeg for tho promotion of tho  aalo of American goods In western  Canada, believing that unto him that  hath, tho trade nlmll be glv������������.   --^-;:;.::;.;,:;;.:j:.;.':.:.;;:.;::.:;:.::;:;:::;.::;.;:;.;.;.;.:;:.;;:;:;;,>^;x������:i:'^\iw;^.r>.;  No mother in this enlightened ago  would give her "baby something sho  did not know was perfectly harmlosr,  especially when, a few drops: of plain  Castorla will right a baby's stomach  and end almost any Uttle ill. Fretful-  ness and fovor, too; it seems no time  until everything is serene.  That's tho beauty of Castoria; its  gontlo influence seems just what if  needed. It does all that castor oil  might, accomplish, without shock to  the system. Without the evil taste. Jt'a  dolicfous! Being purely vegetable,  you can give it aa often as there's n  sign of colic; constipation; diarrhea;  or need to aid Bound, natural sloop.  Just ono warning: IL is tfonulue  rnotchor'fl Caulorin. that physicians  recommend. Other preparations may  bo just an froo from all doubtful  ���������drugs, but no child of this writer's is  gol������i'������ to tost, thawml Besides the book  on care and feeding of babies that,  comes with Fletcher's Castoria in  worth its weight In gold.  Children Cry lor  ^^^^^ >������*/  ���������ws-a/i"* f ! art a at  STTB������'Trcimtf\'vr      **������       ������rs  ir  5  Tjf you gire us their names,'your  **\ relatives and friends m������y obtain  the low ocean rate of ������x, reduced railroad fares, and FREE tr.irisDorta.tion for  children under 17, providing they are  placed ta faria or domestic employfriene.  Ask tat once for details of the  British NominntHon Schema  from any of our offices or agents  .CAMM>IAN^SERVICS  U.S. Investment Abroad  World's "Debt  To  the  United  States  Steadies Huge Total  The  world's debt to United States  investors, approximately $25,600,000,-  000,  is more  Limit.  tyO,\Jv\j,\jw  gi.-et&4.ci.  UNES  ��������� WiNi������pitof-  -.'; ������������������. VAa'eoovssy ������������������ ���������: SMkatoos .  .   ^i-Lna���������      ....    . .:vmmmvi.,..;      . i  > a.wt Joan  ���������'E&mOmtow?.?'  than was owed to Great Britain,  when British foreign investments  were at their peak, Dr. Max "Winkler  said in a report prepared for the  Foreign Policy Association.  ,..? "Exclusive of the so-called political  Obligations held by the United States  Government, American investment in  foreign securities in the first of the  year aggregated about $14,500,000,-  000. American holdings in Europe, approximately" $^327,000,000, '1 exceeded  those in any part of the world. Canadian holdings by Americans are about  $3,022,000,000; South American/  $2^6,500.000; Central American, ?2,-  924Pa300,000; Ftir Eastern, $276,500,-  000, aiid miscellaneous, $63,400,000.  r  PAINTED FIRES  i  S*SX    r*&LJLtl&   ia,.   JaVlc^JLrUN-U  COPYRIGHT, CANADA, 1925  CHAPTER XX.���������(Continued.)       I    Helmi-thanked him without know-  Tfae nausea that came over Helaii *-������Sf what she was saying, and got out  made her sway uncertainly, but she ������f the office some   way.    The    little  caught the back of a chair and man  anged to say, "Oh! it is all right;  Jack Ieft me lots of money; I really  do not need it, ������������������! just' - thought 1 had  better take it with ine." She was  holding her lips very tightly so they  would not tremble. She even smiled,  winking very quickly to keep the  tears back. "I expect to meet Jack  in the city,'* she resumed. "He has  forgotten to mention, to me that he  eent for the money���������but, it is quite  all right; I iiavef plenty?: Goodbye, Mr.  Hamilton. It" looks like snow, does it  not??" " ,-'.  Helmi turned away quickly. The  tinsekeepr called her .back. "Say,  Helmi," be began cajwkwardly, "dont  think I am buttin' in or the like of  that, but I just wanted to nut you  wise. That old. bird of a magistrate  at Bannerman has been shootin" oft  his mouth. It seems he claims fee  knows a lot about you. He says���������-Oh,  well, I don't need to repeat what he  3ays���������-he !s drunk most of the ftime;  and nobody should miiid a. word he  says; but he declares yota and JacK  ain't legally married at all, and he  Insinuates that Jack sort o' tipped him  t>ff. Oh, I don't know the ins and outs  af it, but I just wanted to warn you  to hang- onto your certificate, and  then in case of a frame-up you have  the. deadwood on therh all. You have  ihe certificate, have you not?"  Helmi nodded, her heart was beating In her throat so painfully she was  itfraid he would see It.  "Well, then, you're all to the good.  But I just thought I would wisen you  up on what was goin' round. We're  All for you, Helmi���������-you know that!"  street of houses seemed to be all  eyes; all red-lidded eyes, staring and  pointing at her; voices whispering  closing in. 011 her as if they would  and mocking. The'mountains were  gladly grind her to powder, and the  river���������the river was the -worst of all  as It ran slithering by so green ana  deep and cold. A man had drowned  himself at one of thc other mineaflast  week because his wife had taken his  money and run away, and now Helmi  knew that wasn't the reason at all-���������  it was because the river had taunted  him so, and mocked him, and dared  him, and driven him to it.  Helmi reached her own house, and,  going in, shut and locked the door.  She must think! A basin of water  stood on the box. She buried her hot  face in it to try to stop" the tears  &at were burning in her eyes.. The  heart-beat in her throat seemed to  choke her. f  "Oh, Aunt Lili I Aunt Lili!"  But it could hot be. Her Jack Doran wsis a good man. God was good.  She sought the Blue Book anxiously;  'rOh! to be a girl and see -  Beauty in flower    and   bird    and  .tree;  To pass through, strong and pure  and good,  The gate which leads to womanhood."  CARRIED _  WSFE TO BED  flittered So She Could Not  HsXk.   Restored to Health,  by Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  Mfo-G-sing, Ontario.-���������"I am aprac-  ttcal nurse and I recommend Lydia  E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to  suffering women. For three months  I wish almost helpless and could not  sit at tho table long enough to drinlc  Ecup of tea. Many a timo my lvua-  ana carried me to bod, I would bo  ���������30 woak. Xhan he rood in tho paper  of a woman suffering as I did who  got bettor after talcing tho Vegetable  Compound, so ho went nnd got it for  me.   When I had taken three bottlea  Ewb.1 just Hico a now woman and  nvo had nplondid health ovor since.  rhon I feci any boarinu-down pnina  always tako it; tiometimoa a half  bottle or whatever I need. It is my  only medicine and J. havo told many n  ono about it. Any ono wanting to  know B"noro about Lydia E. Pinkham'a  Vegetable Compound, I will gladly  write to hor. I do all I can to recommend it for I feel I owe my lifo  aind strength to it." ��������� Mrs. Neai.  Dcw������������.i������, li.ii. 1, Mmosiug, Ontario.  Bo you ff������el broken-down, nervous,  and woak sometimes? Do you havo  thia horrid feel In r-of fear which sometimes cornea to women when they aro  not well? Lydia R Plnkhftm'a Vctf-  etnhlo Compound in excel 1 ant to tafeo  at much a time. It always holprt, und  Iff takaftn refculnrly nnd persistently  will relievo this condition. 0  'W.    N.    TJ.    IT2-1  She read It all with a heart that grew  heavier and heavier. It was not for  her at all. Sho waa no longer a girl.  She was a woman, with a woman's  heartache, old as the world, black as  night, and deep as the deepest sea.  And with all the hosts of heaven  and all the ministering angels around  thc throne, there was no eye to'pity  and no arm to save���������not one.  Tea, there waa one. A dog whimpered at hor door, and instinctively  Holml arose to let it in. A very thin  and wistful looking sablo,t collie, with  a chewed rope hanging from her collar, entered timidly. It was the dog  that Arthur Warner had given away  and that had been kept tied up by hor  now owner, in the hope she would forgot her old master.  Today ahe haul made her cscapo and  found her way to Helmi's door, demanding by hor eager looks to know  where her master waa. Helmi tried  to explain in both languugoa, but in  vain, Thon she offered her food, which  rshc refused, still begging- Holml to  tell hor thc truth,  Tho collio made no response to Helmi's attempts to comfort hor, and  having convinced herself that hex-  master was not In thia houae, sho  asked only one thing, hor freedom.  Sho would take to tho open road  again. She would bo on hor way. Helmi, Icnowing what was in hor heart,  and the hopelessness of tlio cutest, endeavored to keep hor, but oho know  t>hu was hating hor for holding her  back from lier only chance. At last,  with hor heart aore for tho dog'o  trouble, as wait an her own, she tiod  a thick plcco of bacon to hor collar,  knowing she would break the string  with, hor pm.vs whon sho ��������� wanted to,  than, opened the door and let her go.  Ahe ram ������itrnl������jht lo thc station,  I whimpering   excitedly,    From    there  No high-grade tea can be  expected to retain its full  flavor and strength unless  packed inj moisture-proof,  metal-lined containers. Successful tea planters ship their  tea in aluminum���������tha same  rust, dust ana damp-proer  material -which keeps Red.  Rose Tea always so fresh,  strong and flavory. a-w  she ran yelping down the track with  her nose fo'the ties.     ."  Helmi watched the poor animai until a bend of the road hid her from  sight. Then she turned back into the  darkened room sobbing, " Poor dog!  poor dog I���������just like me, forsaken.  Men who go away should shoot all ot  us w-ho love them!"  Helmi hired?a horse and buggy the  next day and drove down the valley  to Bannerman. She would know all  there was to be known. She would  find out what the magistrate meant.  It was a glorious day of blue sky,  with a. high wind that came booming  through the fpass in the mountain,  roughening the deep pools of the river as it rasped over them. Helrrii  loved its cool breath on. her hot face.  She could not be cast down on such a  day. Her Jack had not fooled her-r  no matter what any one thought.  Helmi told herself again and again  that her great fear was that something had happened to him���������her dear  Jack, so white-skinned, ,v clean ana  gentle.  Anyway, she would be brave. Next  day was train day, too, and he might  come. Twice a-week the train came  down to Eagle Mines from the mafn  line. Helmi had so often watched it  coming in, her heart in her mouth,  that she had grown to dread train  daya, for during the last few months  at the-first ragged whistle that came  wearily piercing the valley a violent  nausea had seized her. As she now  drew near her destination it came  again. She thought of the Wymuths  and their awful philosophy. VV'as all  this part of her punishment? Was Jt  all wrong? Had she done Vv^rong?  But still, everyone who was in the  world had come the same way. Surely God wanted people, and yet, why  did he punish women so She sat still  a while, letting the horse feed along  the side of the trail.  The magistrate was at home. No,  he did not remember her. Helmi Mi-  lander, a. Finn girl, whom, ho had  married to Jack Doran last March?  No, he did not remember. He and his  friend, Major Gowsett, looked at  each other. The ;maglstrate winked  knowingly. "I think you are mistaken, girl," he said sternly.  - Helmi handed him her certificate.  " You gave me this paper," she said.  The magistrate addressed his  friend. " There's only one way to settle this, I'll look up tho record. If 1  married her to this young man the  record will* shciw. A . certificate tells  nothing. Anyone can buy a certificate  and All Jt in."  He went to a dusty cupboard,  whose open door revealed only a row  of bottlea, brown, with gold labels,  gleaming evilly through the gloom of  thc room. With difficulty he found his  record book and spread It before him  on tho littered table.  "You said March of this year?"  "March the twenty-first," said Helmi, breathing quickly.  Tho pages were turned slowly.  "I married no  ono on  March  the  twonty-flrat," ho said, looking around  at her ovor his glasses.  "Look at other dates, then," said  Holml, trembling; "I may bo wrong."  The two military men regarded  her closely. "You are wrong more  ways than one," said tho magistrate,  slowly. "Look���������see for yourself���������<  there Is ne entry of any marriage."  A sudden fury came over Helmi.  "You were drunk that day," she  cried. "You were red-eyed and staggering! You forgot to write it down.  You sent me oiiC You spoke? to my  Jack here while X sat outside. You  mind I said 'Come outside to marry  us.' You-were cross and swore."  Major Gowsett interposed. "Hush,  girl,' 'he said, "you must remember  Col. Blackwood is a magistrate. Your  condition makes you hysterical. We're  sorry for "*you, but you must not  speak like this."  Col. Blackwood said not a word. He  went again to the cupboard, and after  fumbling among the : ypapers there  brought back a 'newspaper _ slightly  yellowed. "I'll show you something,  you hellcat," he, said, slowly, taking  his pipe from his mouth and laying  it carefully on. the windowsill.  Russia's " Man Of Steel  >������  Keep your horses working with!  "SPOHN'S."   Stand-are rem-\  gfr Ses 32 .rqsss tez gisss-ai������*r. iim-waM  ���������Btar**ng|������S;   I������*3������i������fiE*s, Gettghs ssa -issi^sss  _  tfjroxu druggist. If not,  OTtitar from us. Two olees. large and  ���������mull. Writs tot afrae booklet oa titaMM*.  BPOHM JP|0>e������L G������.Be**rt 23 QCSI9EM, JSO,  Man Who Captured Leadership Has  Become ilkll-l^OAverf nl  Joseph Stalin, the Russian * "Man  of Steel," who'is holding that troubled empire in his hands today was  born in the year 1879, and his real  name is said to be iOyhugashvili or  Dzhoogashvillis. Probably he changed it because he preferred one easier  to pronounce.      ?  He comes from fighting stock, saj^s  an article in the London Daily Mail  by Dr. Edward Luboff, an _ eminent  chronicler of Russian ^affairs, who has  known Stalin since his boyhood days.  Today he is all-powerful, not only  because the Army and the Cheka are  at his command, but because at tbe  first sign of anti-Stalinism he puts into motion the party machine, which  declares every opponent of Steliin an  enemy of the party and-of the Soviet  State. As for his personal safety of  late he has imported a whole regiment composed chiefly of Caucnusian  brigands. And it may be added that  the Georgian brigands will fight to  the death for the safety of a descendant of one of their comrades who  has managed to conquer Russia. ���������y' ���������  'Outdoors or indoors -^,  whatever your  task.  Let WRIGLEY������S refresh  you���������-allay your thirst, aid  atssstltss ahd dsgestiorr.^  Ctold JRelle'r-a-iS  op Money Bad*  Evers-wltere men, women and children  -oi-e findinar instant relief from Couttha  and Golds of all kinds "by tokin*-f Buckley's Mixture. Evcrywliere drwb?aiatt> &r*  aBellins "Buckley's" under positive eaaap.  antee. The first dose proves how different it is���������and there are 40 doses in at.  ���������55=eeat battle! Navsr bs -B-itSis-at this  proven conQUeror otm colds.  W. K. Bacldey, Xlmited,  :.. 142 Mutual St., Toronto 2  MIXTURE m*  S20  'Acts like a flath���������'  m single nip ps������ve������ It  DANGEROUS TO BABY  A"  *MbmtMrMm*m*lm\&  Our Canadian March weather-���������-one  day bright, but sloppy, the next blustery and cold���������is extremely hard on  children. Conditions make it neces-  sar3������- for the mother- to keep the little  ones indoors. They are often confined  to overheated, badly ventilated rooms  and catch colds ? which rack . their  whole system. To guard against  these colds and to keep the baby well  till the better, brighter days come  along, a box of Baby's Own Tablets  should be kept in tlie house and an  occasional dose given _the baby to  keep his stomach and bowels working  regularly. The Tablets are a mild  but thorough laxative which never  fail to regulate the stomach and bowels and thus they relieve colds and  simple fevers and keep the baby flt.  The Tablets are sold by .medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Gold Discovery In B.C.  During .development operations on  the Valhalla-Kleanssar mineral claim  near XJslc, Central British Columbia,  high grade quartz showing much freo  gold has been disclosod in tfvo parallel tunnels about 30 feet apart. Tho  veins arc from two to four feet wide.  Oii fishing trips take Minard's.  Purchases Totem Pole  --1 OFFER TO INVENTORS. SEND  for our free list of inventions wanted,   and .free   advice.   The   Ramsey  Company, International Patent Attorneys,  271 Bank St., Ottawa.  Iiaie Helps for ims weeft  "But ye, brethren, be not weary in  well-doing."���������2 Thess. iii. 13.  Life is not living  Just for today;  Life is not dreaming  All the short way.  'Tls living  for  others,  To lighten their load,  'Tis helping your brothers,  And trusting in God.  ���������-Hoadley.  Life is made up, not of great sacrifices or duties, but of little things, in  which smiles, and kindnesses, and  small obligations given habitually  win and preserve tho heart and secure comfort.-���������Sir Humphrey Davy.  Mother Graves" Worm Exterminator will drive worms from the system without injury to the child, because its action, while fully effective,  is mild.  Auto Licenses In Alberta  During the past year 72,301 auto  licenses wero issued in Alberta, oi"  Which 9,961 were issued in Calgary  and 8,517 in ISdmonton. There figures  will likely be surpassed this year.  The "quIckoM: unci most oflPoetivo  jfoliof from Lamo Hack and all Kicl-  ancy and Blnddor Troubles in Gin.  Til\n, Tliey promote benlth by ro-  atoring the kidneys to their normal  action ofi flltorlnff the polooaif* from  %l\c blood.  50c a* box -at your dtucclatVa  Thirteen Foot Specimen Ilouglit In  Victoria By .English Tourist  Plcturosque British Columbia  .freight, product of one of the earliest  of "homo industries," waa shipped  front Victoria recently when an Indian totem polo consigned to W. R.  Pishcr startod on its long voyage to  England.  Mr. Fisher is ono of tho London  directors of a ttro insurance society  and on a trip to tho West Coast ot  Vancouver Island last summer he  was particularly faacinatod by one of  the totem pole villages and he made  It his business to secure a 13-foot  specimen for tlio grounds of his homo  at Waterside, Bourno Bind, Bucks.  Tho totem will be one of the fow in  Kngland outside a museum.  Two Amorlcan towns arc named after rt.ucly.ard Kipling.  A man's tamper improvon tha* morfl  he doesn't use It.  Troubled With  o  Erupt!  MV  Cuticura Healed  IMliuird'H Llulmmirt���������Iiivnluwhlc In the  Stable.  441 was troubled with itchy, aoie  eruptions 'on my head for over a  year. They were very embarrassing  in company as I wanted to be  a-tcratchlnjr nil tho tlmt\ ������nd if T did  scratch them a watery fluid came  from them. They were very painful,  and my hair came out in patches.  "1 tried many remedies duriitK  that Cime but without success. I  read an advertiacment for Cuticura  Soap and Ointment so purchased  aome. The irritation estopped after  one week's treatment, and after us-  intr three calces of Cuticura Soap  and three boxett. ot* Cuiictira Ointment I wt������f������ completely healed."  (Signed) MisH Li. Hernial], 309  Kensington St., St. Jaxnea, Man.,  Sept. 7, 1027.  Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum are all you. need for all toilet  user*. Soap to clean������e, Ointment to  Qoothe, Talcum ta powder.  tUm������U Kul f r������ by Utll. ' A Mr... C.n.dl.n  I..IM.I:    "tlt������lva������.M. Ut.. W������tt.������-������������������������.-   |Vtn������. Mo.r.  m,u. ���������J.itiimaot M> mnitMH:, M������lti.m tttj.it,  CulUuta. Stuavlnti! ������tUk 2Cc.  iiwnif rrniiiti W(irr*atijtffl r��������� ��������� ��������� ��������������������������� -" ���������������������������---������������������"^-^���������-- sjwi^-saag-^^  tfllUjtoaw******^*****^**^**?*?**??  "Sr^P^Pf'if^^Ps'SP.PiSiSs  'V-  THB ���������B|S!EOK  BEVIEW  Better Yields.  ���������   MEANS    ?-  letter Grades*  a jts@ttter jrrsc&s. a  Spring Coats  Gomes  ���������&������. J**-.  fully recommended to pat mo*b������F^fearth in the  best possible shape to give maximum' j������efci's. Co-Op.  customers who have . used "it * highly 'r^Snmend it.  They say it not only sweetens the soil but also stirs  into action all ingredients of the soilJfat^f&us assures  100 per cejit. production,./' Wehave, a^liiri^edquantity ,  which we are moving at an attractive 4>j*i^j������  Remember, March 10th is ,.the ia^fe *.day we can  accept orders fbr the carload of "Fertilizer which will be  coming in early in April. >-������������������  Creston Valley Co-Oprailva Assn.  in  all  the  latest   styles and  models will be on display  jar  ���������131*411 I  Afternoon and Evening  The representative who  showed the display of these  garments last fall"w it h . such  marked success will be the  same on this.occasion.  %'  ii . ���������       ���������   ,i, .      ���������    ai   i       '       i     -^1^  j> :  /'"���������"/ ;'-';-:'/     ������������������������������������/ *": '���������-     v���������.';/'^/-:-/.;^"f-^^.^?//?V;???     :/./::?',,-?.-??���������  Spring   is?   dot    lit/h^^  having your agricultural maefiiii^^ repaired in time.  Bushmen,   check   over t^yfti^'-old" ax������s.:    We  CRESTS  Two Stores  ���������EfHGKSOM  Grapes���������3-year old -grape vines for  sale, Concords and others, order early,  50 cents each.    S.   Paseuss-eo.   Sird������i*a  WAKrii^G  Notice 3s heiebv Riven that any  stock breaking in to my place  ���������will be severely dealt with. A.  LATOf LX������E, Camp Lister.  HOLY  CROSS GHURGai  SUNDAY, ?VIARCH 1 1  SUNDAY SCHOOL. 2.30 p.m.  STATIONS OF THE CROSS, 3.0G p.m.  F. H. JACKSO  REfiL ESTATE  listings solieSSed*  CRESTON.    B���������C.  I have secured the agency  for the well known ^  Glasgow Brand  Rainproof  Garments  made by the Glasgow Rul>  ber Co. of Canada. These  coats are made to measure,  and the prices range from  Five to Eighteen Dollars,  for Men, Ladies and Chilr  drent Gome in and look  the samples over. Also the  styles.  V. MAWSON  ���������-t'-lVfra  Local bm<$ Personal  "Mr. George MUfrel'l of Devon Ranch  left on Sunday fa:Vr*Sp<>k!s.ue."  For Saus���������Ma^on & Hisch pb*no,  almost new.   "teiiquire   Keview   Office.  *.. ���������**���������*;-*'���������  ' ...  PobSale���������2 tons Gold Coin Pota-  tftes, -fa*os������s->'gwwT- Jl*?������d.    Bert   Boffey.  ���������    *������    ��������� .'r '���������?������������������'  For Sale ������������������ Us6d kitchen range,  six-hole, cheap. . Mrs. Donald Bradley,  Creston.        ���������".-������������������������*_���������  CocKKRESS-F-ostSjAXE���������Wyandofctes  Solly V 3X strain.. H. W. McDonald,  Creston r        .   '  :*"?-j������������*f- ���������>' ;"  Miss LU^J^ej������������su.left on Wednesday  for K������sIoa*whei.e she has secured a  position. - . ,"*'" "  \s.  Mnan.r.    a������������   T  .a .a -1 la^asasaTb.        Jtlk/..^.  .������A^>������ ^M.4,������-r%   M^*.t.ttM*j..*;\ip%.m .X������**������������ra 1/ffK,  wa    ���������%���������    Sri   ro  One Grade of  mm** m*** mm* ttgtjM msm    J-tjp- jrf*"^fc. **\  MILK Only  Effective forthwith I am discontinuing handling two  kinds of milk���������Jersey and  Holstein. In future I will  have but one grade. This  is a really splendid dairy  milk, very largely Jersey,  atid will sell ut  8 Quarts for $1.00  SwAg-*!    I1j#|ii*ti  ���������   *0  ������. A. COMFORT  is a Creston vlsitqi^at present, a guest  of Mrs. A. Manuel.?  ��������� ���������"*.* '-*���������. -  Fok SAjL.ErT-4 ro������������n house, with two  lots. ' Apply ,R/ \VaIuisIey, Oreston;  or W. Fish^rf-Newbn.  Fob. SAJLS-^-Fordson tractor, in first-  class niTdertTfcr*teftl*'������pultVy attached' O.  Crosby, Wyclif^B.C;.  Mra. Rums#g &pd family of Cranbrook. were_ vfetit-ejMl visitors with her  mother, Mrs. M. Youn#������-      -..-       ���������.   .���������'  Charles Bush ajnd Dean Peirs an iv  ed  on Saturday*.from  K-ehogg, on  a  visitatpythe^frtt-tVraterS; parents.  > ;"  Acconrin|af\o ?tlie'TOranbrook Courier,  Earl Moore of.'Cifs'ton is a patient  in  St. Eugene ht>spit*l in that town.  ..-mp-- ������,.������������������.���������.  a Robt. Maxweil���������>.-- of the Premier  Garagt left onf^rf-Jd-iy .for Yahk returning ne*������t djij.with,n new Ford Tudor.  Potatoes For Sale���������Netted "Gem,  pure seed, or for table use, price right.  T. Quinn,   Matxwell    Hnheh,   Oreston.  . Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. Billy Johnson and  Miss Andeen were Creston visitors  over the weekend Arriving on  Friday.  Mr. undMrs Thos. Wood of Walt"h,  Sask., are Creston visitors this week,  guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thoa. Goodwin,  Egos Fob. Hatching���������Good laying  strain of Barred Rocks; SI foa* setting  of 15 eRgo. J,C. Martin (Alice Siding),  Crefiton. .,',,*  The Ladles'-Guild of Christ Church  are holding a silver tea at Mrs. Hall's,  Erickson, on April 27th, to whioh all  are invited.  Fon. SAtn���������Hatching Egga. Purebred White WyftndotteB. heavy layers, IfilafiO for 15. M for B0, $7 for 100.  J. Sherwood.  Thc gna shovel  whlteh  fche govern  ment will use in tho widengtnr*; of roads  in the vicinity of Creston was unload*  ed on Tuesday.  Eggs'.Von Hatching���������Utility B.ir-  red itticKH, pens hetuied by imported  cnokert'l. $1 for setting of 13 eggtt.  F, II. JackHon.  Cows For SAi.K~-Threo milch cows;  one just ftfKfhenetfy otnera duo to  freshen middle of March, D. Loar-  month, Creston.  For Salk���������Quantity of cabbage,  -jt-oIrk   art  S2  p'������r KXIlbn.    Alflo nprVnp  Slpra,  SBB.fiO each.      IX. Stewart. (Alice  l(Urtg), Ot-eston.  Miaati Mary Bush arrived homo on  Saturday from Lundbreck, Albortn*  on tt visit with h������u* pai-entH, Mr. and  Mra. W. 8. Btthh,  For. Hmm ��������� Hand power Ktiimn  nitiler complete  with cableN and pill  aan>M, ������-t������niJ  .tfttnt, n������i.i   t������ai' tfiitjtj,     ... una-  clalr Smith, CreHton.  Hatching Eggs���������Light Sussex, the  catming breed, fine table birds. aj-id  good layers.: Setting of 15 eggs. ($������.  P. G.-. Ebbutt, Creston.  Apples Fob Saub���������Mostly Jonathan atnd Rouse Beauty, small sizes.  75 cents a. box deHv&i*ed ��������� in to%vn=  Percy Boffty. Creston.  Mr. Hiid of Kotttenay Garage, Cran  h?*t:Htk who has been a busineKs visitor  in Creston for the last week, returned  to Cranbrook on Thursday.  T. Hyatt of Bats well, who has been a  guest of Capt. Oatts for the past few  weeks, has gone, to Nelson, .where he  is joining a survey party.  Friends off Miss-Evelyn'' Bevan will  be interested to hear that she hats  gone to Seward, Alaska, where she  wiii be engaged, in nursing.  Mr. Jas. Richardson returned, to  Kimberley on Sunday after speeding  a short time with h|s family who  occupy the former Ireland house.  ���������For Sale'"��������� Choice young pigs.  ready March 20th. Also Netted Gem  Potatoes, $1.25 per 100 lbs. delivered  in town. J. R. Miller, \Alice Siding),  Creston  WBirBBBfcS1     I. SB BaSl B S3&.  SATURDAY, March  ~f Ifffe������S Ire  the movies j  nowY  DAVIES  ^y^wyfinW''W-\j'ty^  a.    .-iJl  _^     *������'ir������*l   Vrr-ifV. ../mui   o-r,n#,irtl   famnontnr/ ���������"���������TwirvrtAoo  make them just-'as good as new?*^  As we. have just recoiveiJa^bbd stock of No. 1  Hickory for Carriage Repairs, qpw.is your chance to  take advantage as to quality anSf ^rice.  Remember pur prices on Pipe and Fittings   are  '���������thre\ lowest.    We are carrying :aJJarrge stock in Sheet  Iron****���������black and galvanised---!q ^aJJ.. gauges.    Tanks  made to order.    Any size..    ...���������".,������-'������"  i  yi-)t".  BU^SHITH        T1HSISITHW8"^   ''tttY-^SefTYLEfiE STELDIS8  ..%. -  ***B*H*Bmm  Miss" Lillian    Clwrringt-on   left' on  t-;--*iS J��������� ia. ._'���������-������a __-aa.^-  c������ . - *J=_>'   i.  o������ii|iiny  .  i������������t      *������  . !Sll  M-G-M News  friends in Nelson, and in her ahsence  Miss Eileen Hendy'is assistsmt at the  local poBtofflce.."-  Th������������ Wmtiert'B Instftute is having a  bridge afLernonn.at the .home of Mrs.  Maxwell on ,Wednesday,.March 21-st,  from 3 to 5.30, to which all are invited  Admission 25 cents.  If you are having eyesight trouble  consult Mnrdock McLeod, the well  known" optometrist-, who will be at  the Creston Hotel today' and Saturday, March 16th and'17th.  Donald Bolton was taken away to  the Cranbrook hospital on Monday,  Saiffering from injuries- sustained at  Putnam, .Painter & Staples - camp.  BonatUl Stewart accompanied, hi tn.   .  At the March meeting ������������f thf  Women's Institute the ladies decided  to have the usual hulb show. $10 was  also, donated as cash prizes in a  schools' bird house bulling conifiati-  tion.  "Fob Sale���������First class ranch horse,  about 1300 lbs. Quiet.y and''Wed to  single work. Also -democrat"- with  piatform springs, in good condition.  Prices reisonable. " Apply Review  Office-       *?:-'        -. ���������   "-'.'���������,   *���������'������������������-������    ������������������-��������� ./���������'.^':-  Miss   Viwlet   Mos-r<������w   returned   on,  Saturday from Kaslo for ������������������ a -short vfeit  with her pare/til*>s,y-Mr* nnd M?Si W.  Morrow before prnc-eetling to Shauno-  van. Sask., where she. has secured, a  school.     v        .  For Saxis or.Rent���������-Ten-acre. R. A.  McKay nwfeh. bearing orchard ������hd  font* acres of alfalfa. Good hot;ise  with water installed, and good otit  buildings. Apply D. Learmontb,  Creston.  The Creston Commissioners were in  conference With Supt. Flett on Main-.  day'morning regarding the erection  of a. stock corral and requesting  material fc>r .widening' out crossing  approach. . . ,���������.���������.-���������*./  . The������������������ Presbyterian. Ladies' Aid an  ntatmce. their usual St. Patrick's  cafeteria tea, with sale of "cooking.and  candy, for Saturday, Mtirch 17th. at  the home of Mrs. McCreath, 3 to 5.30  p.m., to which all are invited.  The re-organized Ladies' Guild of  Christ Church had quite a good ar-  tendancoi at .their first, tea of the  season-���������on Tuesday afternoon, ait the  residence of Mrs. F. H. Jackson, at  which th^ intake was about $le.  It is now definitely announced  that  a convention  to nominate a Liberal  candidate to contest the Creston con  Btltue.nuy  will, be held   at Nelson on  Mtirch   30th.      Premier   MucLean    is  expected to bo present and speak.  y '  , ' . -.. ���������  At the first regular meeting of the  directors of the thos ton Valley Cooperative Asttociatmn, F. Knott was  reelected president,, and T. R. Mawson, secretary-treiiHurer. This is Mr.  MawsonV eighth succeViaive. yotir in  that oflicp.  All former members of tho local  lodge Knights of Pythias, and all  oLIuars ioU-i-uHldc., arc asked to aUen<3  a mooting at which reorganization  will be diHcuHtsod, and at which E. A.  Hill of Cranbrook, a grand lodge re-  prcsentiktlve wilt speak. "Aalt/ating In  French's Kail at 8 p.m.; Thursday,  March iKSnd.  E. J. Oh aim ber at of Pentlcton, president of the Ast-ociated Growers of  B.O., with W. M. Vance, mtinagcr of  tho Associated sub central ut Nelson,  were visitors here on Thursday, whon  tho former udtlroHsed a fairly well  attended meeting of the growers In  Trinity Church Hall, The AsHsnchtt  ed's new one your contract was fully  ������������������������***������������?ai-nif><fl i*r",<" fn now nels-j"* "l'-*n<*d. i*ci  b>nally In enconrttging fashltm.  MAILCONTRACT  SBftliBED FENCERS. &&6xea&e& to the Postmaster .Generc^, will bo received at Ottawa  until noon'/on Friday, the 13th April, 1^8, for  the.cqijvemiaee of His Majesty's Mails, on a  proposed Contract for a period not exceeding  'oup*years-Ttwice per week on the route PitO-  I.  ���������������years-twice ypc  POSSD ORSSTOK BUKAI. ROUTE ��������� NO.  froaad the Postmaster General's pleasure.  . Printed notices containing farther informa-  lion as to coHfiJaonoi proposed Contract may  he seen' and blank forms of Tender may be  obtains*!, at <the Post OfSce of Creston, B.C.,  ahd at tire office of the District Superintendent  of- Po8tal?Service, Calgary, Alberta.  .     .   v ��������� ' J. B. CORE.EY,  *   Dtstidct 8npe*rfnfcendent of Postal Service.  DISTRICT SUPEKENTENI>BN!rS OFE1CB.  Csigcgy. Alberta, at-4 March, 182&  ��������� ^ . ��������� ^    ^ . ; _ __���������.���������,   -".<'���������'���������   ������������������������������������������������������ a- '.'������������������.        -������������������.-���������  i^il*ti������ I,������ l ������%EL f% -' ������ ;  <-^.'  ;./ TWO ;to ������IViE p.m.  -.a*" . "  KATSvVar������  siore varied sisd  colorful thaa usual.'  Felts  &vp /still     afavorites,    but  .Straws are going to-be more  popular thiaiL they have been'  ��������� for.pme time. ; Don't miss  :���������   ..this opportunity.  KESIDENCE  Fltag | n ������������������.  ��������� il B UIW  UiaH^IwU ' B BvBi������W-9' BbB������ ������faf%&i 5<B  rfri.-Sal., Mar.   24th  Big Doubis Attraction!  . ,,:. ' .COMING ' .  r r������clay Sii-d Saturday  March 23rd-24tli  NORMA   TALMADGE   in  ���������*jC  SS  GRAuSTARK  w  from   the   famous   novel   by  George Barr McCutch eon  Attd-t.ho .Official Moving  .���������    ,, ���������- Pictures of  GENE JACK  , ��������� f 'tr ������������������ ' t    ���������  -��������� '  Tuftitey    Oempsey  In the world's greatest championship prixe ffcht, taken at  the ringaicfo.


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