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 ������_ovS������rA&lX*brttrY  /?  ,. .V  y\V  mm**mtm\mmtM,^mSSmmm*>mS  "^ft -era   W  Ji V IH W  Vol XX.  CRESTON, B. C-; FBBpAY, APKjX 13, 1928  XHtJ.   XV  sum������ &mm&  ^School closed for- the SSastcr vjieu-  tion on Thursday lost, and Principal  Lucas  is spending the holidays at his  Th*-Saturday, night dance  at   Ihe  schoolhouse,   put  on   by   the   young  ���������������������������>ati& in vcFiiic.  Miss   Helen JMoore,   who is taking  fourth year high school work at Nel-  the Soster week fcoll-  *atte*3$ted *1  Misses Bessie and Jessie McDougall,  who have been visiting with Mr. and  Mrs. John Kelly, returned to JKimber-*  ley this week. ,'.*".  Mary Bennett of Fernie Is a visitor"  here this week, a guest of Joan Hilton.  Work is due to commence this week  nn the make of a- road between'- the  Churchill and Hood ranches tit the  K. V. When this is open it" is expected the rural mail deliv<-ry will commence.  J   W. Parkin is busy setting  out a  quantity of nursery stock  purchased  - this spring.    Ue is adding an  acre  of  cherries.  Fred Taylor is leaving this week for  Nakusp,   at   which  point he  will   he  nonnU   (%f '������.fstsr������  w������S   wn(!  and netted a-satisfactory sum for the  Community Society piano fund.  Prof. AsKsundsen of the B=C= University, Vancouver, and E. L. Lander.,  Kootenay poultry inspector, were  visitors here un Friday in company  with C B. Twigg and made an inspection of the-,poultry plants of Fred  Powets, W. fftriCchell and Andy Sinclair.  _ Arthur* Hurry cf Nelson is ar, Easter  week visitor at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. Sam Demchuk, who is also hav  ing a visit from their daughter and  son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Oi-vil Van-  Etten of Bonners Feiry.  The,Community Society are having  another 'Widge and court whist drive  at tbe schoolhouse on. Saturday night  at 8.30 to which the admission is  25 cents.  ���������  Ti avel in this section is greatly improved due the grader having been  over the roads at the end of the week.  Andy Sinclair is in charge of a crew  of about eight men  who are making  ���������Ktt r    - t V- V. _      a^m. _  j    :fc^.  -\x. ow -������ijo  employed as  sawyer in the mills of l80"1   needed   improvements   on   the  the White Pine Company. south road starting at the schoolhouse  J and   working   through   to   Col. Fred  Lister's ^estdesice-  Due to an acute hay shortage young,  cattle have been turned out to pasture  on the fiats.  Uarry Compton,-*whp ia employed  at Eing������gate.was a weekend visitorfat  his home here. ', '-��������� _  ;&fete9������  ijNVyiyjN, ja.prsi o.���������-  Permission was given by the International, Jqjn$. Commission on  Wednesday fecV eosnnaenceuaent-  on reolanyjation^ work on the  Kootenay River {lata near Creaton, B.O. .~jl~  Mtate u-apartTaasnt _ with-  sposjtion so far aa  construction of'? a dyke is concerned. Further work involved  in the soheme, which is' to drain  the waters off.^ight thousand  acres of swampv land into the  Kootenay Uivejf, are not finally  approved, pending - further investigation.    The proposals   are:  Diversion of.^the .Goat River  into the Kootenay River.  Construction of drainage pipes  and ditches and installation of  pumpl. ]<?  It is understood that the. State  of Idaho has\ withdrawn its  opposition to the commencement  of the soheme, lint has asked for  a general survey of the Kootenay  River levels in Idaho.    The; TJni-  Wbile t-he ruling of the Commission as outlined above is eminently  satisfactory, the company directors  are quite optimistic that when the  official order comes to hand it will  he even better than -slis Ws tii?s*yB  ton despatch discloses, and will  give the Company absolute license  to proceed with its work without  any "more reference whatever to  Goat "River diversion; or construe  tion of "'drainage pipes, ditches  and installation of pumps."  y&m*ass*gim%M  x-> 3 n i x~tc i_������4.   i__.    ._._���������!..  uatai' auu X" n.i������i vsnici.- ictu  mot.,  ncca  to look  ���������district.  over their trap  line Harrop  ������v.^>  ' atnttvmt;  -������r���������������������������  &ftrc������a*������  *Jm.mm  m^M ������*nm ������.**r*y  Ed. I*angston of Kimberley arrived  -will ;be staying permanently "fcn-,l*ilok  after.the ranch'devefopmetit.  School closed on Thursday afternoon, but Princip'il Paiker is spending tbe Vacation at Lister. Miss  Littlejohn, teacher at Huscroft. is at  her home in fErickson.  Mrs. Bird and son, Cyril, are spending the Easter week on a holiday visit  with Nelson friends, leaving last  Thursday.  Mva^'-jpS^BUisa |b busy with the erection of a brooder house, as she is-.this  week?taking delivery of 500 day old  White 'Xieghbrn chicks? frb?a_ the Don.  Bradley poultry ranch at Creston.'  Mr. Gordon, a recerit arrival from  Rosed ale. Alberta, has E.J. Maithouse  at work hauling in lumber fro the  erection of barns, poultry house, etc.,  on his ranch here.  ^ Kev. J. Slerdraan h������d & She turnout  for the Easter service at the United  Church on Sunday, for which there  was special music -  Miss   Hazel   Hobden,   teacher    at  Kitchener,   is   home   for   the  Easter  vacation   with   her' mother,  Mrs. A������  ; Hobden.  6RAHB THEATRE-  SATURDAY, April  Principal Parker's xeport on Xaste  fop March shows an atresage  attendance of 95 7, which is a remark  able showing considering the weather  that prevailed last month. These  taking highest standing weie; - Grade  9���������Jack Bird. Jack Maltbouse. Grade  8 ��������� Charlie M althouse. Grade 7���������  Agnes Sinclair, Wallace Sinclair, Pe*^-  gy Smith.   Grade 4���������Polly Cravenko,  Frank Yerbury.  iey^ Grad@* :2a"������������������*���������  Kirk Beard. Randall 3������iitd, Barry  Cravenko. Grade 2b���������Gladys McCullough. Cyril Biyrrt, Manning Powers.  Grade la ��������� Raymond McKee, Kate  Cravenko, Kilty Beard. Grade lb-  Tom Cowley, Gilbert McCullough.  ^Perfect attendance ���������- Cyril Bird,  Jack. Bird, Kirk Beaid, Frank Cowley,  John. Cowley, Tom S Cowley. Harry  Cravenko, Katie Cravenl'o, Polly  Cravenko, Charlie Maithouse,-Boy  mood McKee, Douglas'McKee, George  Mitchell Manning Powers, Agnes  Sinclair, Douglas Sinclair,.... .-Wallace  Sinclair, Ned Smith, Frank Tferbury.  annouitced  iXmltt*-.  xt������.t������&  Kitahancr  WSU3S  iMiH'r*.';  'Mae Murray  m  it   would com  mence such a sutfvey immediately.  In connection with, the above  despatch, which appeared ~ in the  daily press on, Thursday- last, Cres������  ton Reclamation Company, Limited, deems it -wise -to make no {Thursday. Mrs. Talerico  pronouncement h< the matter until J'metropolis on Saturday,  it receives  it^<S>py of  the order*]     Miss   Eileen   Heap,   who  Tony ^Lombardo spent Easter Creston. where he was a guest of Bruno  Morabito, who has recently opened a  shoe store in thatvtown.  Mrs. Haley of Cranbrook is a-visitor  here with her husband, who is night  operator at Sirdar, relieving Mr.Gillie.  who is holidaying for a month in  eastern Canada.  Mr. and Mrs.'Jim Pascuzzo are making a business call at Creston on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cameron were  at the capital, Tuesday*  G. Lombardo returned on Wednesday to his home in Revelstoke.  A. Goodwin of Coalburst, Alberta,  arrived here on Tuesday on a visit  with. Mr. and Mrs* R. Heap.  Mesdames, North and Dennes' were  renewing acquaintances at Creston on  was  at the  the  winter in Kimberley   with her   son,  Wilfrid, returned-home last week.  Mrs. Byrnes <jS Cs-eato3, who is Jeav=-  ir������H for -the prairie to ss&ke her future  home, was saying farewell to friends  here last week. -     . ��������� ;  -Mr. -Pesto arrived on Thursday to  Join his family, who are at present  guests of Mrs. J. Patrick.  School closed for Easter vacation on  Thursday, with the principal and vice-  principal leaving for their respective  homes; at Trail and Fernie.       -'  The German Lutheran minister  fiom Nelson held service here on  Friday. The baptism of Mr. and Mrt*  JLtaschat's daughter took place.  Bob Foxall, who has been employed  by the Associated Growers at Nelson,  returned home Friday and will be  staying for a couple of months.  Mr. Singleton, the Mason Ss Risch  piano tuner. Nelson, was busy Friday  tuning  instruments  in   this   district.  Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey and son arrived from Cranbrook on Saturday, and  htttfe taken up residence on the ranch  for the summer..  attends  Mr. an4 Mrs. Pat Downey of Creston have removed to- Wynndel and  are residing in' the 8. Sbeppherd  house.  T**.***%A        -0VCWCJ  <Krteet ^E^W^^^B^aterwayalCJom-1 school   at-  Cranbiropk. j_s, spending .4iaSbm, -w-osoenJs Institute  hadr-  mission, which  this week.  should? reach  here  ttentioii  The Reorganization  of Wild  IipseJLodge, Np; 59, Knights  ot* Fythias, will take place  flL 1 flilO   Ue  0I"1 (fl 111 IT IV  tomt  re ib the fascinating  story of an amazing beauty  ���������Who, through the strangest  quirk of Fate, suddenly finds  herself Tim outcast from  society.  What goes on behind the  gilded gates of Society���������back  of the whirl of gay-ety and  wealth, in tho smart sot's  innermost circle?  %%< 0t    0"^r      %m) 0     HHbf..  ^Mrs. B. Johnson and son, Robert,  are visitors with Spokane friends this  week.-' ��������� '���������.���������������������������-���������.. . o  IxLva, Geo. Young and son. Jack* of  Creston; are visitors with Mr. nnd  Mrs. Driffil.  A dance is. announced .for Hunt's  Hall on Saturday, April 14th, with  music by Mrs, Lid tor's orclmwtra.  AU will (be glad to hear that Miss  Elwie I-Jt'laoii, who has just underwent  an operation for appendicitis at Cranbrook hospital, Is making a very  satisfactory rocovety.  Jtyips Olga Noteon of Cranbrook was  weekend yiBitor with her parents. ,  Mrs. Franson, Mrs. Burlburt, Mr,  and Miss Jessie Brown and Ted Staples of (jrestan were Sunday guests of  Mrs. Molander.  Mian Mildred Andeen, who is a  sl.udont at Cranbrook high school, Is  hoaac Hot the IDaator holldayo, '  >liS8 Iluvsol Hobden, principal of  Kite honor, school, is nt her home ������b  Huscroft far the Easter week vacation.  Misa Hii-zel Ilobdon, principal of the  Kitchener school, has Issued tho following report for March. Highest  standInRfl*. Gr������d������ 1.���������Alice Bohan, Joo  Langlois. Grade 2���������Robert .lohnann,  Alta IBlair. Grade S���������Charles Buah,  Curt Anderson. Grade d���������Johu Nelson  Colina Langlois. Grade 9���������Willard  Blair, Elsie'Nelson. Grade 7���������lMith  Nolaon, Elchard Molander. Grade 8���������  Bonni*3 Buah, Wowloy Blair.  Petfcfcb  attendance���������Fcunk  Abar,  aelniot' Anderson. Alfca Blair, Wesley  Blair, Willard Blnhv Charles Bush,  Dennis Bush, Alice Bohan, John  Bohan. Leonard Bohan, Robert Jnhu-  jimou, JhuU. Jjimgiuib, kuuLiarnii iuotvuuUert  Eiaster  week with  U      Mean  her   parents, Mr.  All Candidates and Old  Members are requested  to be at French's Hall  not later than 7.30 p.m.  MY REASONS for BEING  A KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS  Because it teaches me to love God,  love and care for my home, and  to love my Country.  Because it teaiehes me to practice  that Friendship whtoh bound  Pythias to Damor, and to help  bring mankind . into one -grand  Brotherhood.  Beoauae it teaches me Charity, not  only to the household of my  Faith, hut to all humanity.  Because it teach eg irao to exemplify  Bones vol enoo to my Brothers, in  n way which exhibits true kind  ness and love.  BeoatiQo it teaches me to preserve  the sanctity of home, the protection of its members, thn elevation  of the standard of' oitissenship,  and  the uplifting  o������   mankind.  Beoauae it toaohea mo to resoeot  the laws oE my Country, to ho  brave in defending rifthb, to keep  my honor untarnished, and to  prevent, to cho"bo������t of my ability, a personal aofc or word injur-.  iouH to any one.  I5������������i������UErv' Et toachca csac to try uSo  to live that when I reach the  rivw that marl<������ the unknown  slioro, my hands may he filled  with doeda ot charity���������the  gold  ������  .,...,-,���������,.. f*  on- Easter   Monday  Legion dance.  *4/&*oovvru  for   the  Miss Hazel Clapp of Cranbrook  spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.  Heap. . Sha was- ou her way to Ros-  bery to visit her sister, Mrs. J. Crosby.  Principal and Mrs. Smith left by  auto on Friday to spend the Easter  week holidays with friends Spokane.  Mr. and Mrs. McLaren were Sunday  visitors from Creston, guests of Mr.  and Mrs. Jim Pascuzzo.  Mr. and-Mrs. Backus we're niot������ j?  visitors to Creaton on Thursday, Mr.  and Mrs. Brawn and Miss Lily Wilson  were Creston callers at the first of tbe  week.'-  M Talerico.' C.P.R. operator at  Windermere, was a {guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Talerico, at the  weekend.  Mrs. Cam and Miss Lily Cam left  Saturday on a visit to Trail, where  her two sons, George and Harold, are  employed.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Si mister of Ores*  ton spent the Easter holiday with  their daughter, Mrs, B  P. Whiteside  Mrs.  JL Sargent   of 'Frt-nicy.was  a  weekend visitor with Sirdar frit nds.  . .     *���������      ���������  Quite a number of the young folks  paid a ssuprise visit to Mr. and Mrs.  Jim PasuiissKO on Saturday night  Games and contests were the order of  the evening, with an excellent lunch  ���������and a tine time for all present.  Mrs. Blcmenauer and children left  on Monday on a visit with old friends  at Port Steele.  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cameron had us  BttBtar nveelt visitors the ; former's  mother, Mr*. A. L. Cameron of Creston, as well hs his uncle, Mr. McMahon,  of Ottawa, Ontario, who is a Creston  visitor nt present.  Mra. John Cameron and daughter,  Uita. returned Wednesday from a  viait to Cranbrook.  Carl Lavus-.tllo, who has buen a  patient ut Cranbrook hospital, returned Thursday, and is a guest of Mr.  nnd Mrs. J. Talerico.  Hugh Simpson of  spent   Mvt   weekend  Oruribr-ook.  the B & B crew  at  his  home  in  A1'������w.      Mi rah**!) I  acquaintances   haro  turning to Ci������������Um thc following day  was       n-imwlhur;  on   Monday,  ���������������-  their  Stfst "regular meeting on Thursday  when plans were made for ihe year's  work.. ^  The Co-Operative Fruit Growers'  Association bad theannual meeting on  Thursday night last. The president,A.  Joy, was in charge. After the adoption of the minutes and balance sheet,  the election of officers took place.  Those in charge for 1028 are John  Wigen, A. Joy. B. tTri, John Bathie.  M. Wigen. The general operation of  the association was discussed, along  with the advisability of fruit control.  Arrangements are to be made to have  Mr. Dickie and Mr..Grant address the  growers on fruit control.  A delightful party was given at the  home of Mrs. Geo. Huscroft on Saturday afternoon iri honor of her daughter, little Miss Nesta, who celebrated  her sixth birthday. Her fifteen guests  had a busy afternoon with a great  variety of games, and then came a  "wonderful spread of good things to  eat, with Mrs. Bathie and Mrs. Puck-  man assisting the young hot-teas. The  invited guests wore Ellen Reed, Oleine.  Uri, Ellen Hiida and Isobel Hagen,  Margaret Bathie, "Eline Dalbnm, Elnie  Davis, Lillian and Thelma Johnson,  Clara Wittman, Bertha Gelette, Inith  Wood, Leah Abbott and last, but not  least, little Mian Vera Packman.  School Re-Opening!  Exercise Books  Notebooks  Erasers  ���������IA 101   fewiii  MAGAZINES  AH our Magazines are  Bold   at  cover  prices,  which includes postage  and duty.  Fok SAiiM���������Thirty  Purebred  York-  knm-������������ |������IK"������ i"i^> o������������.y Uj r^..,.  t. H*t^k**t   i������.^fe|  W. FRASER  GrcBton Bakery. THE   BEVI&W,   OTESTOST,   B.   a  ���������'-ri  The'...Orange Pekoe, at a little  extra cost, is extra  * In clean, bright Aluminum  Railway Construction in tlie-West  Western Canada Livestock Union  Annual Convention For 1&39 Will Be  Held At Edmonton  The 1929 annual convention of the  Western Canada Livestock Union,  will -.he held iri..Sdmontoh, it was decided at fthe^recent session of this  organization, S^hich -was held in Vefli-  eouver? R. A. fright, of iprinkwater,  Saskatchewan," has been re-elected  president of the organization i'or the  coming year, J. fci, Walters, of Ciive,  is the provincial vice-president for  Alberta, Olai <5lafson, of Mortlach,  occupies the same position for Saskatchewan,   and   George   Gordon,   of  f������o\r    T.<>l������n      ������p*vi������    Tk/Trt������. J4 ^vl^rt       (������������������      TVfl"   ,_T������o������-_  month, of Begihav continues as secretary of the "Union for 1928.  Only a few years ago there was a feeling throughout Canada that the  construction of railways in the Dominion had been rather oyerdpnc. This  opinion was freely stated "by many men in public life, by bank presideuts  ancl financiers, and found expression in newspapers all over the country. The  statement was frequently made that Canada had built railways fifty years in  advance of the time when they would be needed and the population and productive capacity of tlie country warranted. The greatest financial danger  confronting the Dominion, it was alleged, was its iiea-*y cornmitraeuts on  account of railways.  The fact that Canada possesses tlao greatest railway mileage per  capita of any country in the world, and the further fact that a few years ago  during tlie war the Canadian Northern, Grand Trunk and Grand Trunk Pacific Railways got into financial difficulties and had to be taken over by the  Dominion Government, and that for some years following during the postwar depression the Canadian National was operated at a heavy financial  loss, no doubt accounted for these rather pessimistic views. An entirely ctif-  - ferent opinion exists today.  When the C.P.R. was first projected the same faint-hearted views prevailed. The idea of a transcontinental railway across Canada from tlie  Atlantic to thee Pacific, crossing thousands of miles of undeveloped prairie  land and over the Rocky Mountains, was ridiculed in the English press as  the dream of madmen, and even in Canada it was predicted that such a railway would never earn the cost ol* its axle grease. The World realizes today  how false all these dire predictions have proven to be.  The opinions expressed only a few years ago during the anxious days or  the war and the world depression which followed are proving to be equally  erroneous.  In a most instructive address before the Canadian Club at Regina recently, Mr. Cyril Young, of the Industrial Development Department of the  Canadian National Railways, stated, that for hundreds of miles along the  main line of^the new transcontinental, through the clay belt of Ontario, the  railway was earning an operating surplus, while bringing about settlement  and building up important industries, giving to Canada what heretofore it  has lacked, depth in addition to its immense width.  In the past, Canada has boasted of its boundaries resting upon two  oceans, east and west. Now, with the rapid pushing forward of the Hudson  Bay Railway, Canada looks forward -with eager anticipation and confidence  to the day not far distant when its commerce -will likewise pass through a  third ocean on the north. And even before that railway is completed to tidewater, a branch line is being rushed to completion in order to handle the  enormous traffic which will result from the development of the Flin Flon  and other mining areas of the north which, it is predicted, will rival the richest mineral areas in the known world.  Today, instead of believing that railway construction has been overdone  in Canada, the two great railway systems of the Dominion are steadily increasing their, construction programmes. Last year Parliament authorized  an extensive branch lines construction programme for the Canadian National,  largely in. Western Canada, and providing for the building within three years  of some hundreds of miles of new railways. That work, which was started  last year, is to be pushed with vigor during 1928.  Nor does the C.P.R. lag behind. The annual report of that Company is-  stied last month records the fact that during 1927 no less than 203 miles of  new branch lines were graded and track laid on 170 miles, while for the year  1928 the directors recommend the building of no less than eleven extensions  in the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan involving the construction of  an additional 247 miles of new lines.  Not to be outdone-by the West, the Ontario Government is steadily  pushing its system northward towards Hudson Bay, while branch feeders are  spreading out frito districts where mining developments are taking place.  " The Government at Ottawa' is confronted with applications for new railway charters for lines in northern Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia aggregating thousands of miles with a view to providing for the opening up and development of the north country and the creation of new outlets to the Pacific.  These are thc answers aiow being given to those who predicted disaster  for Canada on accoitht of its railway construction of a few short years ago.  Take Saskatchewan as an example. Youngest among thc provinces it already  enjoys a railway mileage second, only to that of Ontario, and during this  year of 1928 work will "be in progress upon approximately 500 miles of new-  branch lines, not including the Hudson Bay Railway and the Flin 'Flon  branch, both of which will directly serve the Province.  And as if to provide the final answer to the faint-hearted of a few years  ugo, the Canadian National has turned its operating deficits into substantial  operating surpluses, surpluses sufficiently large to meet all the interest  payments on bonds and debentures held by the public, while, through the  encouragement given to settlement and industrial development all over the  country, the Federal Government is receiving a substantial, albeit indirect,  return for the money Canada has invested in that system.  Railway development, past, present, and future, is tho foundation upon  which Cnnndinns are erecting a strong, prosperous, and ultimately self-contained nation, a nation that la destined to occupy a place in tho very front  rank of world powers.  Growth Of Catholic CSiurcta  Catholics In United States Now Total  Nearly Twenty Million  There are 19,689,409 Catholics in  the United States, the official Catholic directory for 1928 shows. This is  an.increase of 205,753 over last year.  The total of Catholic ^hurches in  the U.S. was listed at 16,293, with 25,-  773 priests'. Of the latter, four are  cardinal-archbishops, thirteen archbishops, and 91 bishops.  -#-������  BBHflHHBBBflB  Save  e Valuable  "Poker Handsn  it  a  CB^-jr-fc-a-a.1*^ wi*****!**  n  Ml fi.-t-Ul*i   AVTMl  AN AID TO HEALTH  You Can Lay the Foundation Of  Good Health Now By Building*  Up Your Blood and Strengthening Your Nerves Through  the Use Of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills.  The good old fashion of taking a  tonic j-n the Springtime, like most of  the customs of our grandparents,  is  based upon sound common sense and  good medical practice.    Winter Is always a trying time for those who are  not in rugged health.       Many men,  women and children go through the  winter on reserve strength they have  stored up during the sunny summer  months, and grow increasingly pale  and languid as the spring days approach. . A tonic for the blood and  nerves at this time will do much for  such people, by putting color in the  cheeks and banishing that tired feeling that worries thousands,of people  at this season oJF'ithe year.  It is impossible to be energetic if  your blood" is thin and weak, or if  your nerves are. frayed or shattered.  You cannot compete -with others if  you do not get refreshing sleep at  night, or if your appetite is poor or  you are losing weight. STou need a  tonic at this time to add to your  efficiency now,'as well as to save you  from suffering later on. And in" all  the realm of medicine, there is no  safer or better tonic than Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. These pills "tone  and enrich the blood which circulates  through every portion of the body,  strengthening jaded nerves and rundown organs, and bringing a feeling  of new strength and energy to weak,  easily tired, despondent men, women  and children. ������_  Mrs. L. Hupman, Summerville  Centre, N.S., writes:���������"Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills have been of the greatest  benefit to me. A few years ago I was  in a badly run down condition. I became so weak and nervous that I  could scarcely go about and doing my  housework left me completely used  up. Everything* seemed to worry me,  and I was in rt very discouraged condition when I began taking Dr. Wll-  pllls helping mc, and continuing their  liams' Pink Pills. I soon found the  use I fully rcgaified my health. Since  then I always take a few boxes in the  Spring to build me up for the hot  weather, and always I llnd the best  results. I    therefore    cheerfully  recommend these pills as the best of  health builders.  You can get these pills from any  medicine dealer, or by mail at CO  cents a box from Tho Dr. William a*  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  CUT PLUG  Soothing���������  a man's  ���������OOE������  AM&  FRAGRANT  I  KsvfjS&'irvr.M   *\i*4iJtJf\JrM,*  APRIL, 15  TRANSFIGURATION  SERVICE  ANO  Golden Text: "He that  Me, and,I in him, the same foeareth  much fruit; for apart from Me ye  can do nothing."-���������John 15.5.  Lesson: Mark 9.2-29.'^  Devotional Reading: John 15.1-8.  I  Explanations and Comments  . The Transfiguration, verses 2-8. ���������  Six days after Peter's expression of  his conviction that Jesus is the Christ,  Jesus took Peter, James, and John  apart from the rest .and ascended a  high mountain where he was transfigured before them. The other disciples may have been too superstitious  or too dull of comprehension for such  a revelation of His glory.  '"The longer we live the more profoundly we believe thait no one has  actually more than,; two or three  friends. He is a friend���������and only he  ���������to whom you can lay bare your  heart without the pledge of secrecy.  The real friend is interested in you���������  your joys, your triumphs, your failures become his very own."  Luke 9.20 says that the fashion of  His countenance was altered; Matthew 17.2 says "His face did shine as  the sun, "the glory of the Godhead  burst through thc veil of the flesh."  "It was not a splendour that fell on  Him from without, and lighted Him  up; the glory came from within;, it  corresponded to something going on  in His. mind."���������Davidson. It was as  He prayed, Matthew and Luke tell  us, that this transformation took  place. Tho story is preceded and followed In the Gospels by Christ's predictions of suffering, death, and resurrection. The Transfiguration was a  preparation for the events so near at  hand.  "On that mountain, He laid Himself llko another Isaac on the altar,  and ho knew that tho sacrillbc xvouid  5^  Add to> the joy of the  open road���������this pleasure-  giving refreshment.  A sugar-coated gum that  affords double value. Pep*  pec-mint flavor in. the sugar  ! and peppermint^  inside.  8S  A-l OFFJ3K TO JNVENTOttS. SEND  for our free list of Inventions wanted, and froo advice. The Ramstcy  Company. International Patent Attorneys.  271 Kank St., Ottawa.  :imm  ;PHI1LIPS������  For Trouble  doe to Acid  IMDIOBBTIOIM  ^CIOKTOMACH  HEAreTmiuitN  HCADACHE  ttAfiCS ��������� NAUSEA,,,  Kj:cc-hh uelcl in tlio common euuno of  1udi|;estlon. It ret-ulta in puiu and  ���������jouriM*.'-!! .about two houru after mating.  The qulc*- corrective in an alkali  v.*hh*h nfuttallxeii- acid. The best corrective Ih Phillips'' Mlllc nt Magnesia.  It bur! remained j'tnwlard with phyal-  cian.'i tn the (Hi yearn uiru!<- ������tn mvt-n-  tiou.  Theatres and movie houses of New  York havo 1,500,000 patrons daily.  There aro 208 theatres and CS0 movie  houses with a Keating capacity of  8138,073.  Saskatchewan  Creamery  Butter  The output of creamery butter 'in  Saskatchewan in   February   totalled  <L77,583  pounds,  a ten per cent, increase over the January production. .  A Foe To Asthma. Give Asthma  half a chanco and it gains ground  rapidly. But give it repeated treatments of Dr. J, D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy and.it will fall back even  faster. There is no half way-meaauro  about thia remedy. It goea right to  drives    asthma   out.    It  be demanded. The very glory of the I JjJJ*[f"^a0 Turnout    breathing    pas-  event contains a hint of the struggle   "j^ ������nJ, leavQg |1Q   ^aco   gov Lth<3  timew ita volume In acid. It in harm-  Ions and tasteless und Its action is  quick, Vou will nevor rely on crude  methods, never continue to suffer,  when you loarn how quickly, how  pleasantly this premier method acts.  ricawi lot It show you   -now.  Ue mire to get, tho genuine Phillips'  Mine or MuijnoHiu prcm-ritoctt by phy-  HlchuiM i'or tiO yours In eorroethiK* **���������  Use Miiiard's Liniment lor Corns,  People used to think the world was  fiat. Then it waa found to be round.  But it's still just a littlo crooked in  spotn.  With so thorough n preparation at  hand n.H Miller's Worm Powders tlio  mother who allows her children to  BUtVer from the ravages of worma is  unwise and culpably careless. A* child  subjected to tho attacks of worms is  always unhealthy, and will be Hi tinted In ltH growth. It is a meroiful act  to rid It of thfcaa destructive parasites, especially when it can be done  without tliftlculty,  which had been going on in His mind.  He was no impassive hero of a romantic history; Ho was a Soul in the  agony of a momontous snlrltual transaction. Tho hotir had coma whon Ho  was to make a voluntary dedication  ol! Himself for a sacrifice than which  In part n of North  fill am both parti ua to a liwvault arc put under water.  our-  HpooufiiJ   (������i  nullipi*'  Mlllc   of j<t������nh  auidn. Kni-h bottla 'contain* full  al,d [hii ������,u' i,tay|nff *������������<lor Hie lonjr-  EIii/;m*niii  nwutrj-illwi!  Intitantly many j directions any dvugntoro. liiat wlmi the suit.  Malory knows no Hublimer;  and the, 1  Bcll'-consccmtlon was destined to bo | country place.  met by a distinct communication of  divine approval.    Ab Ho was praying  about Ilia Passion lie entered into the  ecstasy of oneness with tho heavenly  Father; in the heart of Jcsua all the  holy  resolutions  of a  lifetime  wero  encouraged and atrongthoned, aa Uio  fa-ahion of  IILt*. countenance  became  cluijtfg'ed."  trouble to lurk. Havo it by you for  roady use. w  Shofftold, which now haa a population of 500,000, v/as onco a littlo Norman settlement und later a pleasant  Mirmrd'n.    I������inlment  ItrtflsfH,  for    outs    nnd  LHko Superior, because of its altitude of 002 foot, ia highoat aibove ������ea  love! of all tho CSveat JLukoa.  The cane with which corna and  vvnrtn can ho removed by Hollowy'a  Corn liemovor in its ntroni;ent roeom-  mondatlou. It ooldom falla.  W,   ST.    N.    X72S ������������������ v.-  'i i  ;.J^^vJd6OT       gBESTQ^   R   fl  NTERS  i?i?ni?R&f inn  PENSION PliN  Ottawa.���������Yukon has entered the  federal old-age pensions scheme.  George I. MacLean; newly appointed  -sold commissioner of the yukon- Territory, has affixed his signature ?to  an agreement withthe*yDominion  Government to participate in the ffed-  eral plan.   .  ' ��������� S:"'S:'J-'^-PPss:  An order-in-cpuheil will shortly- be  passed by cabinet cbimcili in? acc^d-  ance with the established procedure,  authorizing Hon. Peter Heenan; minister of labor, to sisrn for the federal  Yukon Teritory is the second to  join in the federal old-ag^ pen-Sons  scheme passed at the last sessions of  the Dominion Parliament. Several  months ago British Columbia,  through Hon, A. M. Manson, provincial minister of lahory* executed an"  agreement with Mr. Heenan along  similar lines to that with Yukon.  Manitoba and, Saskatchewan are  now negotiating with Mr. Heenan;  and it is probable* that these ;-two  provinces -will shortly alsd'comeyun-  der the federal plan. Legislation to  enter into negotiations was recently  passed by the legislatures of Manitoba and Saskatchewan.  The signature of Gold Commisr  sioner MacLean was affixed under  authority of an ordinance passed at  the last session of the Yukon Legis-  A Great Aid To the West  Building   Of   Railways  To   Outlying  Parts Proves Big,Factor .������������������  Toronto.���������"One of the greatest  things the Liberal Government ever  did was the building of railroads to  outlying parts of tlie country, such as  the Hudson's Bay RaiBvay and new  lines into the northern part of Western 'Canada,'1' said C. R. Mcintosh,  M.P. for North Battleford, and proprietor of the North 'Battleford News  fa,t a luncheon given by the Toronto  lien's Liberal Association.  Years ago, he continued, Canadians flocked across tbe border, as  there were no railroads in the back  country. Today lines were being constructed and the result was that the  country was filling up with good  families from aii over the woria.  Speaking of immigration, Mr. Mcintosh said his district was populated  by people from all parts of the world.  ���������"These people," he said, "who have  toiled and labored to make homes for  themselves must be given a place in  the fi-overuing of our country. Otherwise Sn the future we will encounter  trouble."  ?*VETERAN PASTOR PASSES  Will Borrow Three Million  Alberta Confident That Debentures  Will Find Ready Sale  Edmonton.���������A debenture issue of  $3,000,000 will be made by the vp,,rb-  vincial treasurer at the beginning of  May. It will be in part for refunding  purposes, covering an item of $825,-  000 maturing June 1, and the balance  will be used for general expenditure  requirements of the government.  The exact terms and conditions of  the issue have not    yet   been   deter-  - mined,  but in view of tHe ?W5i@Kbz.t  . the  Eastern -money market "is  now  !���������������������������.���������**m."t%l ������r     *$.t*nwr*.Sm.emf>*% 4-\* V������ *^**-i~\<% a**w*-r 4 ������  %m[m,TjQL*������,ijLy     UlOJ/WOOUf       w-������5 V*  WCA-CW������.J- J.&  looking* for just about the best sale  It has ever made.  Commander Daniel  Found Guilty  Sentenced   To  Dismissal From   Ship  With Severe Reprimand  Gibraltar.���������-The first court-martial  growing out of the Royal Oak a:ffair  which has stirred the British navy  ended with the conviction of Commander H. M. Daniel, on charges of  conduct prejudicial to discipline.  The court, after deliberating one  hour and ten minutes, found him  guilty on all charges and sentenced  him to dismissal'from his ship and  a severe reprimand. The sentence did  ;pot imply dismissal from the service  "aud means that the commander will  remain on half pay until it pleases  the admiralty to appoint him to another ship or another post.  SUFFER  These Two Foisnd Relief by  Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  Acer's Cliff, Quebec, r- "I have  been teaching for three years, and  "I at the end of the  year I always feel  tired and have no  appetite. I was  awful sick each  month, too, having  pains in my back  until sometimes I  was'oblged.to stop  worjcing. A friend  yr e co mm end e d  Ly dia E. Pink-  ham's Vegetable  Compound to me  and 1 heard many women telling how  good it was so I thought it would help  me. And it did. Now I take six  bottles every year and recommend Jt  to others.'r ��������� Donalda Fantbux,  Aycr's Cliff, Quebec.  "Unable to Work"  Canning, Nova Scotia.���������' 'I had irregular periods and great suffering  nt those times, tho pains causing  vomiting and fainting. 1 was teaching school and often for some hours  I would bo unable to attend to my  work. Through an advertisement in  the papers 1 know of Lydia E, Pink-  ham's Vegetablo Compound, and it  huH been of great benefit to me, tlio  troubles being completely relieved."  ���������Laura J. Eaton, Canning, King'a  County, Nova Scotia, g  ������l|l.|,,l    I.  I.    I. I..JII.I    .      II     .1,     I, |     ||       .|   ill^..I .MM. .11. ".,,.   .1,1.11.  Oeeati Fare ������36  Under the British Nomination  Scheme, your  lelrtlivea and fdemthi  can travel ot thin low rate from  JJjJjj^flttiSflCB. "ft������ v������������J3lfilC!.Q!E������31  uitio reduced rail {are���������children -under "ft  free. For complete Information, photM*  write or call peroonaUy ut Whi te SUr Ojflltvo  in Montreal, Toronto, Wlt������nlp*fl������ Cnlaiur^  ICcimonton, Sutkutoon, Vnncouvrr.  :    5W/  iWHlTE?STAIt:l:lN E  CANADI AN SERVlCF  E>r.'-G.'?Mi Miiligan, veteran of the  Presbyterian Church., in Canada, and  pastor emeritus of Old St. Andrew's  Church, Toronto, and widely known  throughout the Dominion, who died  recently in his .88th year.  Plan Study Of Arctic  Nineteen Nations Will Contribute To  Worlc Of Conference  Washington. ��������� When representatives of 19 nations gather in Leningrad next June, in aa international  conference on Arctic explorations,  they United "States may be one of  them.  If so, it will mark tbe first time  that the United States Sias participated side by side with a Russian dele-  such a conference and the  Completing Highway In B.C.  Federal Government Agrees. To Cooperate In Oonstruciloia Work  Revelstoke, B.C.���������A. start on the  last link of the trans-Canada High-.  way between Revelstoke and Golden  will be made' early next month, according to "Hon. W. H. Sutherland,  Provincial Minister ,,of Public *Worlss.  According to the minister, the Dominion Government has agreed to cooperate in the construction of the  highway around the Columbia River,  and the work to be undertaken will  commence at a point on the big-bend  North of here where work stopped at  the beginning of winter.  Dr. Sutherland stated that the federal government cannot -"undertake  the building of a road through Glacier National Park, but has offered io  assist the province in building around  the big bend. It is understood that  NO CHANGE IN  RRITKHPftflfV  VAUA g.kJ>&S..    & mjr&M^P St  WARDEGYPT  Manchester,? Eng*. ��������� Sir Wilfiam  JoynsonrHicks, secretary of the home  office,-told the Cotton Spinners' Asso-  change    in    British  Ottawa's contribution will approximate $1,000,000. The work to be undertaken this year will be extensive,  it waa stated, and may entail an expenditure cf $225,000.  Recognition For  Herman Trelle  Alberta Government Purchases Quarter Section Of Farm At Wembley  Edmonton.���������Payment of a first ..installment in the purchase price of a  quarter section of his farm at Wembley has been made to Herman Trelle,  the Peace River wheat champion,  through the department of public  works. An appropriation of $5,000  was passed in the estimates for this  province.  Under the terms of the agreement,  the quarter-section is being leased to  first time .this cou^ Mr. Trelle for -a term of five  years  iSal&wm iviay ttave  Another Term  Will Be Returned To Power At Next  Election, It Is Predicted  Winnipeg.���������The Baldwin Government will be returned to power at  the next elections and the Liberal  party will do better than it did last  time, declared Sir Robert Home, ex-  chancellor'^of the exchequer in the  British Parliament, who spent two  hours in this city wtiile en route' east  in. the course of a tour of the Empire.  Sir Robert considered Premier  Baldwin - safe In being returned to  power and tbe Liberal party, he  thought, would be solid under Lloyd  George. The latter, he said, waa the  only leader available.  official delegate to Russia since it became the Soviet of Socialist Republics, y  The foreign 'affairs committee of  the House of Representatives has  voted favorably on a resolution  which proposed U.S. participation in  the International Society for the Exploration" of the Arctic regions by  airship.  Among tbe 19 nations who are ex-  pected  to contribute to  the work of  the society  are  also? Great  Britain,  France,   Italy.   Germany   and   Japax*.  Canada is not'included.  with the option of purchase    at    the  end? of that time.    The land adjoins  the   remainder   of   his   holdings,   on  which  his   praze^winning wheat  was  grown, and is itself under cultivation.  It is understood   that   Mr.    Trelle  will continue his experimental work  in which he    haa    already    achieved  such distinguished    success, and   the  action'of the government, which was  -I fully sanctioned by the legislature, is  by way of demonstrating a prpvincels  . grateful  recognition of services rendered and  good    publicity    provided  through a double championship.  wouui wora no  policy. He said:  ' Tt is true we have received a  somejwhat foolish despatch from the  Egyptian Government. But I ask  you to put your faith-in His Majesty's government, and realize that  this despatch will mean ho change in  "British r>oIicy. A    reply    to    the  Egyptian  Government will  be mads  shortly."; '.������������������-. y  Sir William also said that he looked forward to the time when Lancashire jssrould fee independent of the  cotton" supplies from the "great west"  and would get all its cotton from the  i "tr-h tish Empire. . ..-���������..., ���������;.  Cairo, Egypt.-^-Premier Nahas explained to Cairo newspaper representatives briefly, Egypt's position with  regard to Great Britain.  ^"Inour note to Great Britain,"-he  said, "we have striven on the one-  side to xiphoid ������iOur country's rights,  and on the other to maintain unimpaired our friendly relations with  Great Britain."  The note in question was Egypt's  rejoinder to the British Government's  latest note on the rejection by Egypt  of the proposed treaty.  . In his' explanation the premier  dealt solely with Egypt's rejection of  the British claim to the right of interference with Egyptian legislation  and with Egypt's ability unaided to  protect foreigners. Nahas laid stress  on his desire to prepare the way for  "real friendship."  W.    N.    N.    1728  Ontario Session Ends  1038 Session Of Ontario Legislature  Prorogued Willi Usual  Ceremonies  Toronto.���������With the usual military  pomp and traditional ceremony  Lieut.-Governor W. D. Ross formally  prorogued the 1928 session of the Ontario legislature. Greeted on his arrival^ at the parliament buildings by a  salute of booming guns. His Honor  entered the legislative chamber sharp  afc three o'clock for tho brief ceremony, Tho galleries wore sparsely  filled nnd many of tho members hnd  already dispersed to tlieir homes. The  desk of Alexander Stuart, M.L.A, for  North Renfrew, who died on Sunday,  was draped ita.'a Union Jack surmounted with crepc.  Wins Ribbon For Livestock  Calgary Man Carries Off Honors At  Alberta Stock Show  Calgary.���������W. P. Fleming, of Calgary, carried oi������ the red ribbon for  the best carload of 15 finished steers,  1,100 pounds and over, at the Albec-  ta spring stock show. Leading breeders from many parts of tlie Dominion were present and expressed the  opinion that this carload of Herefords  were the finest ever exhibited in  Western Canada.  Mr. Fleming also carried off premier honors for the best five finished  steers over 1,100 pounds. *  Frank CollLcut, of Crossfleld, succeeded In winning first and second  place for 15 steers under 1,100  pounds.  Usg Drastic Methods'.  Bandits Itecolvo Short Shrift From  Mexican Troops  Piiobla, Mexico.��������� Bandits captured in tlio state of Puobla are being  hanged to trees besides tho hlghwayo  wherever found in thin region *iy federal troope and homo guards. The  bodies aro being loft until devoured  by vnlturos, tho authorities hoping  that tho grizzly sight will deter other  holdup men. At one point not far  from Pueblo, three bodies swinjg from  a tree beside thc road and at another  point aro two bodies, while In -several  uilliut.' ^ujh*������������ Uicu*t������ aro i rom ono to  three.  To Veto On Beer Parlors  . Brandon. ��������� Petitions containing  oyer 1,700 names have been filed with  the city clerk for a vot*e to be taken  on the local option clause in tho  Manitoba liquor laws, and accordingly the council has decided that the  vote will bo taken on or about May  1G. Tho vote must bo taken within  six weeks ond on the' result will depend the opening of boor parlors in  this city.  Grant For Research  Placed    At    Disposal    Of    Canadian  Society Of Technical  Agriculturists  Ottawa.���������A sum of $4,000 has been  placed at tlie disposal of the Canadian Society of Technical Agriciritur-  ists by the International Education  Board of New York, founded by John  D. Rockefeller, Jr., in 1923, to be used  In making a survey of graduate and  research facilities available at Canadian agricultural colleges as in the  Federal and Provincial Departments'  of Agriculture. A part of the money  will be used in preparing and publishing a graduate calendar upon  such, a survey.  Tho C.S.T.A. has arranged for the  release of Dr. Robert Newton, of tho  University of Alberta, He will undertake the survey in January, 1929.  B.C.  Student Keceiyes Award .  ^Toronto.���������Dermot A. Davies, a student at the "University of British  Columbia, has been awarded a $1;000  graduate fellowship in economics offered by the Royal Bank: of Canada  to the students in attendance at any  Canadian University wbo submitted  the best paper on one of several topics in connection with, the important  problems confronting Canada.  Three British Filers Killed  Hong Kong.���������Three British fliers  were killed when the engine of their  seaplane exploded as they were returning to the aircraft carrier Hermes. The victims were Flying Officers Hale and Graham, and the tele-  fjraph operator, Jackson.  mummmmmmmmmtmmmm^mmw.mtmmm.mmmmmmi^mgmmt^mmmmmmm  Colds Cost Money  it I. *������NfjioW tin* m  ���������mf������r������i frotncwtUlGHm  thr*. tfatf.' Urn. jram  ict\ in ������i vt.  FORTIFY  YOURSELF  AGAINST  COLDS,  GRIPFJa  Tmm urn  Vturhmtltf  with  I GOLDEN MEDICAL  L  tr-fc-4 ts ������r������*rv* J"** wm'm.f  Mi tXtmtmrm. Liquid ��������������� T������U*l-������.  Growth Of Mergers  in Old Land  BiidusftrinUst-? Of Europe Aro Following Methods Popular In  tho States  London.���������The great industrialists  of Europe are making great strides  in tho trustification of many linos of  manufacturing and trade, according  to tho Rt. Hon. David Lloyd George,  former premier of Great Britain. Mr.  Lloyd George points to, tho recent  beam wireless and cable merger mw  indication of tho advance of big com-  blii*^ on the European continent and  declares that thc example of the  United Stater?) has made a groat im-  preasion in the Old Land.  Had Lwelcy Kscnp*  VA.  Catherine;*,  Ont.- Although 3������e  fell thirty fc<st from thc now banculc  bridge being built across thc Welland  ship canal at Homer, alighting on his  shoulder on the concrete floor after  striking and being turned about by  the girders, SSlmer Green, nn employee of the Hamilton Bridge Company, regained conBciouancaa and  will be able lo be out of the honpltnl  ahos-tly.  "l^^ iUni Hup        ������5P  ylm    ^S-nuP    ft  fl    Bfmu& CT^       S**J-jfjk     ���������   BSm MSI.  lmm%%*>    mi^bm^ftSt$ftwJ[&kfm���������^ Jjjfr ^^ "^F^WCT*  You   Need   Foi*  Spring Driving  Equipping with Gum-Dipped  Tires is on inveotment in extra  safety, speed, comfort nnd  economy. That is why thousands of motorists throughout  thc country use these tires.  On wet, elippery streets and highways���������around sharp tuma���������mcineuv-  crinR in end out of traffic���������Btoppine:  suddenly���������you Cftn always depend, on  the powerful Firestone non-skid tread  t o liold without olip or oklcl.  Supporting tbla lafety tread ������b the  -special Gum-E>ipped curcass, built of  cords dipped in a rubber solution which  ���������daturates and insulates every fibre of  every cord with rubber. This minimizes the friction rand heat of hl(������h  ���������speed service, and *trcnitthenB the  whole structure of thc lire to withstand  heavy Btraim.  Yottr local Firestone Denier will  seroe v������u b-etier nnd saoe you  mmttu.    See him today.  FfKJtarOKE TIRB t* KUDBSR CO  OV CAK.AI>A UIMtTBD  llnmtlton, Oatmrlo  MOST MILES TER DOLLAR  mZTiJQnmZ  m**mt*mi***wmm  W*rm^Wm*m Tbm%..*U\hm Only il.**m*tHppnf*itTymm  *m*i*mm*mi*mi**j*i*m. THE  CRESTON  REVIEW  IE CRESTON REViEV-J  Issued every Friday at Oreston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points, ��������� "  C P. Hayes. Editor and Owner.  ORESTON. B. 6...FRIDAY. APR. 13  Gmwmymwn ������it&  K. IfOwerison, who is employed in  the Windersnere country, arrived on  Thursday for a short visit at his home  here.  Miss Arleen Haistead left or. Tuesday for Nelson, where she has secured  a position and will be reus:lining for  some time.  attention. Andy Wickholm is in  charge of operations and has half a  dozen men employed. Canyon is  particularly pleased to see Andy in  char-ace as it is the first time in a dozen  years a local man has been chosen  foreman.. -  The ^Sunday School-Ladies' Aid sale,  concert and supper of. the United  Church on Easter Monday was the  biggest success yet, the concert by the  Sunday school scholars being particularly meritorious. The affair enjoyed  a financial return of about  Long, and Miss Cowling and -Mrs. C.  W. Allan of Creston left on Friday on  a motor trip to Spokane and W������?oab  chee, Wash., intending to return this  Sunday, encepfc Mrs. Long, who ������������������".will  make ������two weeks* visit with friends  in the latter town;.?*  Ekriciemon  Con. Nygaard is new resident at  Creston, wher������ he te on the staff at  the C. Q. Rodgers sawmill.  Mr. and  Mrs. \ ance and  son, Clif  ford, are Spokane  visitors  this  week  leaving on Monday.  G-rover Kifer, who is in charge of  the store at the Wetherhead camps at  Yahk, spent a few days with Canyon  friends at the weekend.  Alf. Nelson returned at the end of  the week after & short business visit  at Macleod, Alberta.  Miss Emily Nygaard left this week  for Kimberley, where she has secured  a position atsd esp^cts to remain  permanently.  The United Church was crowded to  the door������ on Sunday morning for the  Easter service which was in charge of  Rev. J. Herdman. The address was  exceptionally appropriate as well as  the music which was by an augment- >  ed   choir in  charge  of Jas. JBateman.  Mrs. C A. Robinson and daughter.  Alberta, left at the Srst of the week,  on a visit with friends at Rossland.  Birth��������� At Kimberley, on March  27th, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Houle (nee  McRobb) a daughter.  The J. P. Johnston sawmill commenced work, again on Monday, and  will be busy until early in May, -when  it is Jim's intention to shift the plant  to Kingsgate for a summer's cut.  Everybody welcome to the Baseball  Club dance at the hall tonight, 13th,  with dancing at 9 o'clock, and music  by a four-piece orchestra. The admission is 50 cents to genis; 525 cents to  boys, and 25 cents to ladies coming  without lunch.  Road maintenance work in the Can  yon  district is  under way this week,  with    the    sideroads   receiving   first  At the ApfeiKmi������ting of the village  council on Tuesday?;night the town's  new buildingfhyiisiw was pass-ad; ft������  well as a "by^U^fye^iflrminK the present closingf:-<^yfBh^i|J8, which was -en  larged to inehi^yl^rber shops.  AA  Dick Hall of the Imperial Bank  staff. Michel, spent the faster weekend here with his parents, M'-. and  Mrs. John Hall.  Miss Dorothy McKowan of Cranbrook. was here for Easter, with her  gtandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Q. Cartwright.  K. Long, jr., is home from Nelson  high school for the Easter week holiday.  Miss Ruby Martin was a Thursday  visitor at Yahk.  Mis. Frank Tompkins and family  are. visitors at Porthili this week.  Mild rod, four year old daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fraser, hud the bad  luck to tali off a swing on S tin nay  morning, and to sustain a broken leg.  Miss Ethel Bs-ownrigg of Yahk is an  Easter week visitor with Mi*, and Mrs.  Ed. Martin.  Instead?;pjr|i&??*ij������k^y MariKger Rodgers ?-gaye: ���������a'.iS^JSllt^the holder of the  luckyy?tiekfeli^t^lijll drawing at the  Grand oh^Saturday night. Pasteboard Nov 4u^yKyd ihv Miss Florence  Rents, capfeui^afihe, g1 eersb������������U.      .  The chil<a^n*8f,^roasquerade party  in the Pa^ii;p^il on Wednesday  night under Christ Church Ladies'  Guild auspices was fairly well attended and the prizes wert* awarded as  follows: Best drowsed girl, Joan Hilton; best drfg^ed boy. George Murrell;  best girl's comic, Nellie Payne; boys'  comic, Jack Payne. The judges wert*  Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs. K. Stevens  wbo had considerable trouble placing  the awards as the costumes for the  most part were of a Very   high order.  and Greer.- A meeting is called for  April 12th to complete the election of  officers.  For Sai*e���������Parson's Beauty and  Van San Strawberry plants, ������0 per  1000 f.o.b. Wynndel. Carl O. Wigen,  Wynndei, JtMJ.  The baseball fraternity at Wynndel,  Erickson and Oreston was well represented at  the  meeting at the Legion  club rooms on'Wednesdrty night when  the matter of organizing  a   Creston  "Valley Baseball League was discussed  at some length and a'resolution  carried to proceed with the formation of  the league  with   teams to be-entered  from the three centres mentioned.    It  was also agreed that the league would  be in charge of a committee of three*  made  up of the managers of each of  the teams, and on Sunday -afternoon  the   Ciefcton   and   Erickson   material  will   have   a   workout  at  Exhibition  Park,   after   which   there   vsi'l   be   a  meeting and the two managers select  ed.    It is understood that for matches  with teams from other points the pick  off the three league clubs will be used  against   any   such    visiting   aggregations, and in the  return  games with  visiting teams.    The  meeting was  tn  charge   of    G.   ������reewwocd   .aud    the  wholehearted  support Of the Legion  was assured the league.  Mrs. T. W.* Bandy and children are  spending- the Easter week holiday  with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bandy at  Cowley, Alberta.  Frank Putnam left on Sunday for  Nelson, and is spending the week  getting acquainted with tlie electorate  at Fruitvale, Salmo, Ymir, South  Slocan, and other points at the west  side of the riding.  Mr. and Mrs. Fiank Celli, who have  lived at High River, Alberta, for a  little over the past year, returned at  I the first of the week and, we hear,  wall again reside permanently at their  raise*,. - \ '  Albert' Stewart is the first in the  Erickson section to take delivery of a  new 1928 auto. :His purchase is a  Chevrolet.  School is closed for the Easter week  vacation but the teachers are spending the vacation in the Valley.  Mr.   and   Mrs.   R. J.  Long.   W. R.  Mrs._ Gordon Wright, president of  the Dominion W.C.T.U., was a speaker to the ladies at Trinity Church on  Ws*dn������sday last, and at the close of  her address it was decided to organize  the Oreston branch of that organization, with Mrs. W. JT. Truscott chosen  president; Mrs, W. Kernaghan, vice-  president; secretary, Miss Edith Cook:  treasurer, Mrs. M. J. Boyd; honorary  vice-presidents, Mrs. (Revs.) Herdman  Wanted��������� Village Clerk  Applications will be received up till  Saturday, April 21st, 1928, for the.ppsi-  tion-of clerk of the Municipality of  Creston.      -Applicants    ,niust    state  Qualifications and salary expected,  nforniation regarding duties, hours,  etc., may be bad from the commissioners. : Applications should be  addressed. Board of Village Commissioners, Creston, B.C.  FOR SALEQRRENT  .Aii iiiy improved and partly improved lands near Erickson; -48 acres one  mile northeast of Oreston; 7 acres half  mile south Of Creaton; 160 acres Kootenay Lake; 420 acres northeast of  Creston; 6 large lots on Victoria  Avenue, east of the school; 1 corner lot  near postoflftce; All my property in  Creston village. No incumbrances on  any of my properties. Price and teims  noon application to R. f LAMONT,  Beamsviiie, Ont*  SHOE REPAIRS  at      ~  ���������  Auto tourist traffic at Kingsgate  for the year just closed acconnts  for 12,818 ears carrying 40,280  passengers. The year previous  there were 11.835 cars with 38,589  passengers.  The Commercial Club at Bonners  Ferry is trying to finance the purchase of two carloads of two year  old Guernsey and Holstein heifers,  to be sold to farmers on the instalment plan.  Men's Hair Soles $1.00  Men's Rubber Heels.���������... .50  Women's Half Soles...../ .75  Women's Rubber Heel    .35  Workmanship guaranteed  M* Mim^mtoelii  Second Hand Store in  connection  QUALITY  NEVER AN AGGIDENT  ���������  LATEST PATTERNS in REE> SEAL  ���������-������**���������  Made of best grade   Felt, ensuring good wearing qualities.  Suitable for any room  in the nouse.     Easy to clean.     Lies  flat without fastening.  *9 X   a    2 A*-*  9x9ft.~ -  *y*a&  -  11.75  a  9x 12 ft  .9.x 15 ft.  ^$15.50  -    19.50  See our assortment off Rag Rug Floor Mats  95c. to $1.75  Dry Goods  Groceries  Far-altars  Hardware  ver Breweries Ltd. %nr0>,mrBr   - ���������- - -j-  ���������-��������� -��������������������������� * - ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������-*-������������������"-���������^������������������.���������..��������� . ..  ��������� ���������  ���������^���������j.  This advertisement it not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board or by the Government 08 British Columbia,  BRITISH CX)LUMBI4  THE MINERAL PROVINCE OF WESTERN CANADA  To the End of December, 1926  Has produced Minerals aa follows: Placer Gold, $78,018,548; Lode Gold. $126,972,318; Silver, $80,.  787,003; Lead, $106,976,442; Copper, $209,967,068; Zinc, $50,512,557; Coal and Coke, $284B-  699,133; Structural Materials and Miscellaneous Minerals, $50,175,407; making Us mineral production  to the end of 1926 show an  AGGREGATE VALUE Of $933,108,47������  PRODUCTION FOR YE AR Ending December, 1926, $67,188,842  The Mining Laws of this Province are more liberal and the feca lower than those of any other Province in the Dominion, or any colony in the British Empire.  Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal fees.  Absolute Tit1e������ nre obtained by developing such properties, the security off which is guaranteed by  Crown grants. ���������      ,    .    ������        .   t_       11     ���������  Full information, together wilh Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained gratis by addressing���������  The Hon. The Minister of Mines  VICTORIA, BKITHSH COLUMBIA.  N.B.���������Practically all British Columbia Mineral Properties upon which development work has been done  are described tn some one of the Annual Reports of tho Minister of Mines. Those considering mining investments should refer to such reports. They aro available without charge on application to the Beportmenfc ox  Mines, viotoriti., B.C. X&cpsrts cf the Ofolojrin������������i Hm*v������v of Canada, WlncJH Building, Vancouver, are recommended aa valuable sources of information.  Reports covering each of thc Sbe Mineral Survey Districts are published separately, and are available  on application.  WW  mmmtwrnwi ������f  THE  CEMBSTON BETOEW  Money  A T1 asy ������������ ������������sr Brsmehes you snay bay  jTik. Money Orders payable at any  bank In Canada. We have responsible  agents, too,, in foreign countries, who  honour these orders at current rates.    -  Rates of commission are low���������all risk is  sHszunated. Wisesi you -wish to remit  small sums of money  a Bank Monev Order.  Creston School  k our telSer for  IKj4PS?l$f^l      Qj^KII^  aflf a  <BB  *-   '    -        C W. ALLEN, Manager.  Branches at Irefmeffe* Craatnrook and Femie  I     i  nxni  Curi i i  BIliB     a     B  In aay of tSiiese liiies'w^ are prepared to take eare  of your every requirement promptly and at prices that  will satisfy.    We are handling  _ Maple Leaf and Robin Hood  .JT. -arti-Mr* 1 w  TimOfUiy, Alfalfa, Prairie Hay  Bran, Shorts; Barley Chop, Crushed Oats, Chopped  Oats9 Wheat, Etc., always on hand.  GAL/I^���������the best mined  POINTS POINT  ENGINE  FEATURES  VAMJB  Improved  motor���������the  valve-in-head  ���������type. .?���������?*-  AC oil filter. --?  AC air cleaner.  Fully enclosed naotor.  Hew crankcase breather system.  Nev?''tw6'-s>orft"!,^38nati8t. '  "Invar-strnt*' constant clearance pistons.  New hydro-laminated camshaft sears.  Mew and larger streamline bodies by  Fisher���������-combination wood and steel  constrnctiSn���������the type found oa  highest priced cars.  Onfe-piece full-crown fenders of heavy-  gauge steel.  New Buco finishes in striking colors.  Clear vision plate glass windows.  Ternstedt window regulators.  Imnroved automatic windshield wiper.  Fisher "VV" one-piece ventilating wind-  ���������>   shield.  New non'-locMng four-wheel brakes ���������  189 bquare inches of braking surface.   Positive brake linkage.  Independent emergency brake-���������70 additional square inches of braking surface.  Semi-elliptic shock absorber springs ���������  84% of wheel-base.  Easily operated single-plate dry discclutch.  Completely enclosed instrument panel,  l*������.s*lt.*4h#������4YiRr   *J**ryf.#A.i*t  a  The   "Bigger   and   Better1'   Chevrolet,  with  every  fine-car  feature,  now  selling at  NEW AND JLOWER PRICE������  0623.00      Cabrtolat   ...    * {1*39.00  >    A2S.OO       Imperial Sadan   ���������    ������    B90.O0  V40.OO      Commercial CfokMla .    470.00  ���������    740.00       ttoedates Delivery    *    0*23.00  S33.O0_    Ton Track ChuA. .   035.00  Roadttar BxprMa    -    -    S630.00  trices-St factory. OiAoira���������Government l'attst  Bumferssmd Spsrs Tin Extra.  Ummdmtms  Touring  Coup*  Csflfh  Sadan  AU  miADY won fhompv mwnrEnY  OT-4'llt  Prainler Baraim   f^mm   Creston  ���������*-**-> a*-a><av*w>   * W aMfjautfa!  Kootenay Garage   -    -    Cranbrook  Division 1���������F. McLelian, Principal.  Proficiency; . ���������ira:^&; ;3���������Tom  Crawford,, Clematine^J^lii^^U Billy Bayle.  Grade 7-^M*u&arat'-;Blinco,  Dorothy  Marshall.fRoiland Miller.  ''��������� Pea-feet   sttendanfee ��������� Olive   ������rt-eer,  Clementine Marshall,  Haf-pld   Benin-  "SPi   ISar!    Obr������Rtift=   Pi-64*;; AldersoSf  Hazel Hopwood, Betty Speere. Dora  Nickel. Joan   Hilton, Beryl   Nichols*  Fay Pendry, Raymond Martin, Manuel   Irving.   Mary .Maione,   Dorothy  'Marshall,   Herbert  Couling,   Andrew  Miller, Tom Crawford, Frank Morrow,  Mary     Morabito,   Jean    Henderson,  Minnie  Downes, Frances Lewis, Elsa  Willis,  Jack   Youn^,  Clifford7 Greer,  Le Roy Johnson, Roland Miller.  Division 2���������Miss Rendal], Teacher.  Proficiencys Grade 8���������Herbsi-t Dodd  Iris Taylor, Satan Quinn. 43i=ade 5���������-  He^fcha Phillips, George Oollis, Molly  Moore.  Perfect attendance���������Hubert Benin-  Hi sbv^ Jies-bsrt' Dodd. James Dcwbss, S  .Robert Dickson. Bert Hendy, Helen  Hopwood. yHairry . , Jbhnsort, John  Johnston, Vera McGonegal, Haa old  McLaren, Molly Moore, Arthur  Nichols, Reetha Phillips, Sarah Quinn,  Allan Speers, Arthur Speers, Lambert  Spencer.- Clifford York, Margaret  Miller, Kathleen Greer, VelEsa Beats,  Edith Bentz.? f ���������       ���������-���������;  -P- ���������*.' ���������_.' _  Division S-���������Miss Wade, Teacher.  Proficiency: Grade . 4&���������- Eleanor  Spratt, Dorothy Col lis, Marion Quinn.  General Improvement, Ethel Sutcliffe.  Writing-Improvement���������Hazel McGonegal,  Perfect tittendance���������Douglas Alder  son, Raymond Bevan, Arthur Dodd,  Clarence Enibree, Ruth Hare, Stuart  Hilton, Bmniett Johnson, Aileen  Klingensmith, Hazel McGonegal, Lloyd  McLaren, Norman Nickel,.��������� Marion  Quinn. .Hughena McCreath, Douglas  Spiei*s, Stuar^ Spiers. Eleanor Spratt,  Charlie Taylor, Yvonne -Murrell, Billy  Ferguson, Ethel Sutcliffe.  Division 4���������Miss Holmes. Teacher. .  Grade 3 Senior; Proficiency���������Rachel  Morrow,    improvement���������Irving Ferg-1  -j uscn.     "Writing  Iniprc^emesst���������Ruth I  Spencer.   Grade 3 Junior: Proficiency  ���������;Doris -Benin g<ft.    t Improvement���������  Thomas Lewis. Writing Improvement  ���������Bdra   Walkey.       Grade   2, senior:  Proficiency���������Joan    Greenwood.      Im  proveuient���������Jessie   Spratt.      Writing  Improvement  ���������   Mamie     Ferguson.  Grade 2 Junior:' Proficiency���������William  Weir.   Improvement���������Jean Kyckm'an.  Writing Improvement���������-Jack .Ross.  Perfect attendance-r-Doris Beninger,  William Craig. Doris Ferguson, Mai  sie Ferguson. Joan Greenwood, Doris  Hendy, WiHiam Kernaghan, Gordon  Martin, Helen P McCreath. Rachel  Morrow, Beryl ^palmer, Gerald Phil,  lips, Norman Phillips, Jean Ryckrmm,  Ruth Spencer, Everett .Walker, Edra  Walkey, William Weir. Robert Wil-  ais, Willie Greerf Jack Ross, August  Moiabito.  Division 5���������Miss Kerr, Teacher.  Class leaders: Grade 2���������Doris Walters. Grade 1 Class ���������Dorothea Greenwood. Grade 1 Class B���������Marguerite  Grant. General Improvement���������Irene  Pridhnro. Writing improvement���������  Jimmy O'Neil.  Perfect attendance���������George Crawford, Frank Herdman, Stanley Hend-  ren, Marguerite Grant, Dorothea  Greenwood, Dorothy Klingensmith,  Fred McKay, Victor McKay, Irene  Pridham, Ruby Palmer, Eva Phillips,  Maud Ross, Jean Spiers,Doris Walters  Ardrey Weir, Campbell York, Elmer  Walkey,  GnADasV8UUF������E.)C- El*  B.O. L.ANO SURVEYOR  MININa EMQtNEER  AROWTEOT  CRESTON.  B.G.  PRODUCT OF C3BNBRAL MOTORS OP CANADA. OM1TWI>  in iii* tmiiir <rf iwu sSiiifiraS Aol, R.S.S.C.  1924,, and In tha matter nf Stcflons  2B and 48, R.S. B.G.1924, Chapter 1Bt������  To A. H. GIBBS, Esq. (Fr** Miner).  nWHKRICAS you Kept. ������M������wner of the mln-  oral olalran known and doacribod nn ***ro1a*n,tlio,"  Xolantl'o No-l," "lolanMio No.2," "lolaiaUws  Nn.fl,w "fnlittittirti Wa*?" "Inlantho No.fl,,** "Ootm-  try &M," "Country yirl Ka.1 'y"Couutry QM  Naa." "OountTy Ohi Via.*? ^ViotorlA," boJne  and altuatoa oa tho Knut nine ot tho Kootonay  pn.ko, near Qlnol Landtag-, in the Kelson Mln-  Jnflr IHvlBlnn. Province or jlrltlfth Columbia;  AND WjncUlCAB you hivvo noalootol and  rofuaod to oonttlbuto yonr proportion ot the  oxnoudtturo a������ roqutrod by Booljon iS of tho  "Mlnnrnl AnV Iwlnff Olmptar 1������T, RRftO, lOBIi  VAKV, NOTIOB that ngpltantfon will bo  miida &ftor ninety daya and within one hund-  rod tm& twaniy <iaO) daya from Uio dato of tho  flmnt imblJoAtton of thin nqtloa to havo tho imld,  ftbovo-montloriod mlnowil clAlrnn rocic^od In  eT������ftt4> oFflMtliinhrioftUon^ArSli iiiirtT %W0L  PATIfiD at   Trail, aa, thia ������3rf day  at  D. MarfK>NAL3>.  SolJoltor for ooownetK:  IS. JL IX Irrlssff  jf ������bnkM.ry, J..T>. liLS*.  Brataroaa  PRICES NEW FORDS    ���������    $745   ���������    730  **,  Roadster  Sport Cotip1  Tudor    ���������-  ���������  Fimlof   Light Da!   -  ������vjrqi" 5  ������ %s%*  &&m*  A. Chassis 625  PRE M i E R   G A RAG E  Ghickens, Foxes  its arid all Prize  OUR  per  ..    Gallon  $1.85  Container extra.  THE S������S2XAS-jSj;;������TOSUS  IRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  GEO. ul* jfc^BXaJY  lour docket  used as  a bank  advantages.  many  Money carried In it is easy to  spend on ilifles pi: may be los4  or stolen*  Weekly deposits in our Savings Bank  -will accumulate rapidly.  S-goall or laree accounts are welcome*  aa  ���������;���������...&.  C^ftgiffPgM Ujp ^20*000*100^...   ,  Xitserve Fund $20*000*000  .   Creston. Branch       ;   ������  ���������rar^MMnaHaa-a-ajraMMM.  R. J. Forbek.Ma2-i8.gtte  ��������� ?���������> .y-f-ir ���������;:-���������>-  14 and 16-inch Stove wood.    About 2 ricks to tlio load.  $2.00 per Load, delivered in town.  Get your Summer wood now.  g^jrw 'a   ac^i      ^~w     TT3 jrk"l~^#^^' liR,|-"aOCl  \^sJljL uctSl.KZ7������ . ^-^#   ''JS^L^L-^-S--^ \JB"'JLLi JBOGL^^P  }  iaUaaVHI  Pminuq  o   r*r*    l*A  JJJI     '  JJ-*~J' ^[^*7 Q   WaS   h3 %5*^5? ^^f!~j 'l**[-*7 l*jy ������3 Q        SlaB wSS!  MEAT MERCHANTS  a������aa*������a-aajTaira������a*aaM^  ���������TRY OUR y   .;  SHAMROCK PORK- SAUSAGE  Am ucanautlKiit ������33������Ij, enuy JU> horve.  Shamrock Bran'a HAM, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  ti overtime tik ^ruclud. hifrfViotit efumUty.  FRESH and CURED FISH  nil varlofclea.  Choicest BEEJr, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BbRNS" IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  IncromuBs vgjf ptodiifillon ������n������<i proclueoM twttPt* |>nultry.    Buy th������ l-wait. THB   BEYIEW, . CRESTOK,   B.   O.  The tender leaves of the'  tea plant are extremely sensitive to cliniatic thang������a.  That's why Red Rose Tea is  packed only in aIuminum-~-  so it will never lose strength  or flavor tHrbijgh contact  with datsipness* Every pack=  age guaranteed to he in perfect condition. s.w  fr  =^  BY  rs  FRANK   PARKER   STOCKQR8DGE  Reirtnteh by a*oecial -permission from Saturday Evoninrs Post. CopyriK'nt lf)2a. &y  the Curtis Publlsiung Company, Philadelphia. ] "s a.-  Relieved  with Vapors  Snuff Vicks up  nose or melt in  hot water and  inhale vapors   ��������������������� *-������ MJtit/ t*..j /< ��������������������� I***?*. v������mm  ^0*e&% *** terra-b* vav m-uri? wi;-������ #������#w*.  Canada's   Agricultural Wealth  In a recent article on Canada, Irving- Fisher. Professor of Economics.  Yale "University, stated in commenting- on agriculture in. the Dominion  "Canada is increasing her agricultural -wealth. Farm production amounting* to $1,700,000,000 diiring 1927, was  accompanied by the second largest  wheat crop. Montreal, handling about  400,000,000 bushels during the navi-  yg-ation season, claims first position  among the g-rain ports of the world."  A WONDERFUL TRIBUTE  "So  they were,"  he  answered.   "I?  waa raised on the farmy but I never?  liked it.   That's.why.I'cferne down to  New York in the    -St-ist   "place.    And-  when dad died I, sold, the farm and  bought the paper-���������the.old Middleboro  Gas6*te= Couldn't get    tJtts    virus    ot  printer's ink out of my System."  I waited for Bert to go on, but he  satd nothing more in response to my  question,    y  ���������-. -'I meant your gojd naine," I ventured after a. moment of silence.  "What sort of business have you been  in? You seem to have been successful."  Bert looked at me with a puzzled  expression, as if he thought I was  trying to kid him. "Why, I just told?  you," he said. *"I bought the Middleboro Gazette."  1 saw at once that x must havo  seemed stupid to Bert. Some big industry had picked Middleboro for its  plant and made the country village  into a big* city, as the General Electric did nt Schenectady. But for the  life of me x couldn't remember which  industry it was. Middleboro? I  couldn't think of anything to connect  the name of the town witb. But I  didn't let on to Bert.  "Oh, I see/" I responded cheerfully.  "And as the town grew big enough  for.- a daily you grew with it, eh ?  Fine I What's your population now,  anyway ?"  "About the same as it always has  been: maybe a little less," he answered. "Around 2,000. But we've got a  circulation of more than 3,000. Not soy  bad for a country weekly, what ? Be  a long time before Middleboro vvill;  , need a daily, if* any." ^  Baby's Own Tablets Declared Toj     "Hold on a minute, Bert,'" I gasped??  Be Worth Their Weight l "Let me get    this    straight.    You've  I     P   u I been   right   there  in  Middleboro   fori  ���������y .     *.  ���������~��������� -oo^v'o' twentv    years,    running    a    country  A mother has only to use Babj.s ^ weeklV ^    town of 2 ������*0        pl    and  Own   Tablets   once   to   be   convmced; - ���������     your  income  that nothing else  ^.^f^^^ i and your wife goes shopping in Fifth  banishing the hUs of her  httle  ones. { Av���������������ue. and Oh, what's the use?  Once ������sed. always "s^\-^. .^^ I just can't seem tb get this straight,  there are small clu dren ^ ,f^c^ of i ** * hadn't .known you, as . well as I  ���������that   is .the   tribute   thousands   of; rd ^^     ^ werQ tr  .       tQ  motners pay tne  laoiets. y ���������     - D to  Among  **i^<t*^���������^?? \ tell me that anybody ever made tbat  who are ai^ious wt^l of toeu   ex-, >    a*      m6 more  penence with Baby s Own.Tabletslis , ^^ ^   u and ft one  Mrs. Griffith, of East Hannlton  One   , Qf conutry   weekly?  who writes:���������"Shortly after   commg ,������������������+ haw ������-jr������������np,    -nrnnprtv    be-  to Canada I began giving the Tablets  J������^ ^f |5?������ P^P^rty    be  to my baby boy who  was  then  six \ sia*f Jfiat' i5ert- *   ?  weekl old. The result was so pleasing |      7 have now, of course.    He - grin-  that since  that time I nave  always 1 ned  back at me.       "Naturally    Ive  tieirS^iitfiaeiet.  mm.'. -^���������_i��������� ^.i-i v.^,-���������***.���������������.-���������-i-V. ��������� i;^. ji  -fi*-***? wwwnw-Vi'wft'W ���������**#*?*"'  VUtoumHtk WAlims&em.  Biscuits   tasty   and   crisp,  with a deiiciousiy appeai-  ���������-_ _   Jf *L    ..-.-..������ ������������   ft-..���������  IHE    4K-C041    bVWU������UUI.    ll������������Vl������  'COCOAWUT  t* the store or on the 'phone, *ltv*y* sikfor  \Wie *#tun<^  ness iu the world that'll pay him so  big a return on his investment or  stand up so solidly under competition, from outside or that's so hard to  kill.  **T.-1      T%-  (iu *������ vjuimirueu.)  imuiitoba Farmers Grow Hemp  It ia expected that -fifteen hundred  acres of hemp will be sown this sea-*-  son   by   Portage   la  Prairie   District  farmers,  under    contract    with    the  Manitoba  Cordage  Company,   whose  The Oil For the Parmer.���������A bottle   factory is located in that city.      The  of r>r. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in the industry is thriving an,d though manu-  farm house will save many a journey facturing of cordage only cegan last  for  the doctor.    It is not only good������ year, it has been found necessary to  cJus'LtTcZ. S^r'^maTuSS'-^1 ad<"������-' --hine** ordei  Who suffer from pains and aches, but'to fceeP UP with    demands    for    th*  there are directions for its use on  sick cattle. There should always be  a bottle of it in the house.  Going Fishing?  Minard's is a reliable first aid  for sprains, cuts and bruises.  Also good for -insect bites.  Put a bottle in your kit.  company's   product.  i_iJJ..^t.U^j8-J!lBiJlE> -  Before getting the appointment  a  xriah seeks the "officef early arid late,?  but after getting it he Isn't in any  hurry   about  getting around   in   the  jiiO't'iiiiig.     .  .- , y- ;  \.:  Minard's  Uniment for Backache,  There are now 115 miles of roads  in Jasper National Park, Alberta, of  which 38 miles are surfaced for automobile traffic. Added to these are  some 630 miles of well defined trails  leading to various points of interest.  imm.V���������J /  For years Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator has ranked a-s a reliable -worm preparation and it always  maintains its reputation.  The gray fox is much less swift  than the red fox; it differs also 4n  iinportant structural characters and  linlike all other foxes, is an expert  climber,-  Tf you give us their names, your  -*-' relatives and friends may obtain  the low occaa rate of ������2., reduced railroad fares, and FREE transportation far  children under 17, providing they are  placed in farm br domestic employment.  Ask* at once for details of the  British Nomination Scheme  from any of* our offices or agents  and   _.j^_  .  UHSS  Jin******  Halifax  Toronto  WsKNIJTBQ  VajNCOUVjI*.  Calqahy  eumontow  montxmai.  Saskatook  QUBBEC ,  SaIKT JoBH          _    _ "Naturally  kept thTTablets Trt'the house. I have j made investments, same as any;busi-  v two children now and both of them j ness man does1 with his surplus.^Ive  arp the picture of health. Baby's Own j got a block of stock in the Middle-  Tablets are the only medicine- tliey j boro National and some shares in  have ever had and I reallv believe the {the creamery and the cold-storage  Tablets to be* worth their weight in * plant, and a few pieces of business  g-Qjjj.. j property in the town, and one thing  Baby's Own Tablets are fi-ee from I and another of that sort. But it all  all injurious drugs and can be given j came out of the Gazette in the first  to  the  voungest  babe  with  absolute   place, and all I had to start with was  safety. They are sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  by The Dr." Williams* Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  The normal atmospheric pressaire  an the body at sea level is 14.7  pounds per square inch.'  Tlie Poor Mian's Friend.���������Put up in  small bottles tbat are easily portable  nnd sold for a very small sum, I>r.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil possesses power  in concentrated form. Its cheapness  and the varied uses to which it can  be put make it the poor man's friend.  No dealer's stock is complete without it,  Were it not for a man's faults he  might live and die without ever hearing his name mentioned.  Keep Minard's Liniment haaidy.  Thc more a man gets tho more he  wants and the more he wants the  more he  doesn't get.  WAS VERY WEAK  SESl'OS'S RSB SSELh*2-"*1  Mra. Geo. McKenrio, Campbellford,  Ont., writes:���������^'A short time ago I  Tiaa troubled Tory brtdy with rny heart  and nrrvos, 1ho cause of it, I think,  was my going through tho chango ox  life.  *' T -n-n* vptt wpftlc nnd jnelnncholy,  tiniil so jiervouH I could hardly bear  to hcr.r n clorlt ttckimj-, nnd T di'.l mot  *le<*-p well.  "I vmH iwlviBcd to try  ������o I Ror-1. nt one*  for   ii   box;    took  1hcm tind got ftii-  other, mml beforo  Ihoy wero all gon������  I.    felt   ^ood,   *ny  r.c:*re:! nrr :fl-nf, f.  do nut. mind any  noiao, rikX 1 cuij  Bleep wfill.    II r*n-  tofit    rriminwiix)    1h������m    too   highly   to  thotift *uflvrii\g ������* 1 did."  Pric-* r.Cii*. a Wos Rt rail drujjglaS* fMNl  M+mltrrs, ������.r mtLtlvd direct on receipt of  ������rico hy  Tliu T.  IXilburn Co., LiiaiHcd,  Tmnnio, Out.  W.    N.    "N.  !7'.'R  the .$3,000 mother and I got for the  farm after dad diedyOff course, ������ve  plowed a lot of the profits back into  the paper���������.have to keep a newspaper  plant up to date, you know. It'll inventory now���������the plant���������around $25,-  000, and the building's worth another    $10,000;     goodwill     and    all,    I  wouldn't take $50,000 for the Gazette.  ii? earns now around 40 per cent, on  that -figure,  and you've no idea how  far'$20,000 a year will go in a town  the size of Middleboro."  .   "It'll go a long way in New York,"  I conceded. "What's gets me, though,  Bert, is the idea that there's any such  money, or the half of it, to be made  out of any    country    weekly   paper,  anywhere,  any    time.    As    my    old  Yarfkee granddad used    to    say,    it  beats   my   time.   You're,   sure   you're  making  that  out of  the  paper,  not  out of the Job-printing business?"  I must give Bert credit for being  good-natured. He alwayH v/as; nnd  besides, he'd always liked me in the  old daya and he knew I liked him a"  lot, Some men would have got mad  to be questioned that way, but ho  knew I was friendly and interested.  "The job-printing business accounts  for about a quarter of it," he said,  answering my latter question first.  "Job printing's a minor item in a  modern country newspaper office !n-  I stead of being the main reliance, as  It uflcd to be. It's a specialty that  hasn't got anything really to do with  making n newspaper. Fact, is, ray  younger boy-���������tliey're both with me  in the businc-Hs now, running the shop  ���������tho younger one, Joe, haa got an  Idea he could do bettor with thc job  plant if he had it out under its own  roof, and we're fixing now tt) incorporate that f**>pnvaU-ly :rnd let him  see wlvit lie etui make of it. But tha  old nnyyi'e, Hl.unding ulo.no on its own  hind left's, has pulled down better  than .*ji.i">,0(������0 a year net for mc every  year for th-i print; /lvo or hI>c years, and  it',-' go It lug better all Lhe time.  "Yea, you're right," he went on. "It  does bout your time. It's a new thing,  this development of tlie country  wociJy inxo a remuneialive industry,  Instead of n hny.nrclaim gamble, with  the odds ail aginst the editor and  publisher, nn it uncd to bo. Jt wasn't  tiny 1oo easy tho Arst few years I had  thc Cbiv.ettn, though X always took  down more than J needed to live on  right from Lhe ntart. .Ami tt jmu'I like  taking candy from ������ baby now- get  mo rifllvt on that. A man's got Lo  (\moi������f II-������������ himliipfirt Jin������1 work ml It  H������mo ������s any other buahiosa. Hut Jf  hft  tlofM  I bill   I   don't   1'iu.v.v u������v  buul-  A*w  <i^t 0%  p^ mMr  A' :A ilr#W#  *^\ 'I^\ &ry" J^ ff^^..y^^:.y���������..-"  New 192<  $ 1500^inCash Prizes  Br B&l&M������83*i9  PIRST, 1928 Ford Sedan,  Value $750.00  Second  Third  -  Fourth  Fifth   -  Sixth   -  Sevenda  Eltfhth  9 to 26  $250.00 C*������h  150.00  100.00 ������������������  75.00  50.0O *���������  2S.OO "  10.00 "  5.00 Each  Ono nlRht Prbfeasor Gazor, tUo fgroat  astronomor noticed through Jit* telescope  tliat various stars In ono of tho groat con-  ntellatlons hnd different niuttbors of points  to thorn. Ho was ahlo to group thoso o<lrt  stars.    Tills   dlscovorjr   so   startled   tho  Win Fitrst PriaEe  If yoii cani boIvo tlila puaslo, Bond your  anawor in ab once to compote for the bcautl-  Tho ahovo prizes aro wncondlilon-  nlly Riinranti.������wl.  nclon title world thab It wus decided to TAR I F ful    102a   IPord   Sedan   First   Prize  And out whab It all m������ant.    After tre-  vprire   Wrlto your answer neatly on a ploco  mondous research It was deckled that   -UOOE   of papor in pen ond iillc.  -ono  of  tho   planota   was   iialuK  thin "*   ���������"'-��������� _,._, ������n,rrT nv tfi*-' rONTEST  method to sond tho world an Important  3-a.W.    T'���������'    Xa^a a,      ������ ������    '  W OVlUlllgi %& l*18y &*r  Sell.    No Money to  Spend.  messnRo.  Hy mathematical culnulatlou <*l-rt,o,f.  I'rofoflHor ������azor was able to deciplipr R_n h 1  tho mosaafjo.    3Ils colloaffiiofl naturally " ���������������������������������������������  tvanted U> know all about It, bub ha 0-1..  would not rI ve them tho mossa-so,    II tt 7-n,o.  toldthomto work ibout for thowaolvos. jj p  Bfl^f^**K9U*  *g2Q   jHlPS^H   mVm  Follow these Simple Rules  1, Write your nnfmers lu pen  and  Ink  ouJy, on one ,i3ile cf tho paper.    Put nnnie  an<f ndriri-sM tti   tiimrr rlRUt lian.l corner  ���������tating wh<*lker Mr., Mrs,, or Minn, ulno  name ol tlits pnvtr.    Wrltn anj*lMi������K else  on   m������iinr*t<i   t>\\crt..    Xian't   nend  limey.  drawn, or <yp������wrltt������n onntvfiM.  a. ContcoUiitA muNt b������ 10 years or over.  ft   -Knmlf.y.H-s of Hanncr   Hosiery Co, or  friends  aud  rclBtlv������a  of  employees   ������r������  forbidden to ruler,  4, Three *nltrk-s may U0 03tl>tuHtC������! but  fl, folffcrent ������nriMbtra of a family  may  t'outpctebiat only one price will be uwara-  rd to nny one household or group.  0, 3������1tib.I awurtla will be made ������>y a cofti-  . mlttcB of (.hrefc prornlneut Toronto t>u������l-  svptu ir.ra vwlio lur?' St\ iio> -way conru-cted  with tliii Drni.    TU*lr names yr\\l h������-uiaU������  knovrn to  al]  rontcttants.    Conref.tonta  luitxt URrte ln-ml)l������I������j by their d������-ci������loiia,  7, If you find tits correct nmvrer to the  ptiKile you  will 1)������ ttwarde^l 0.10 points,  a,iri  MR will Hrn.I ymit  by n'all,  ������ Mlmptn  ikctliitf clukr^ile i>hi.������.3������; uutine on which you  will Ij* ftwardril all the fhml palnti.    No  ticvlnt* are to  Im A-wardfrt  for -n������-Btn*������r������,  liurulwrlllnR-, or jfinral appearance, nor  ur������-point��������������� in1������i������ ������.wa.r<led fororrlrm unlrnn  !>ei������t iiiilltnmll.v to a HVnlted amount to  ,t������kn   llie   nla.i'r  of  miming  or rtoubtful,  tatiswcr-i.    Vmu   ure  neither  ohllictrt  ������or  rrrtitlrnl to buy or dell a b3iiitI" thins  win IhnbltfhrMt prbn.  K,    ContMt clone* 0 p.m.,   Friday Aii*.  3lcit, 102H.     liiitrlna fthoold! ������>o iatrn*tdm������  ,l������ri)inplly.  '' Y������rh will notice," th 0 profomsor told 4 . -w  iboin, "lomo ntarn l*yo threo points. '* J*  othoro four polntH, amtin five, or mI.v poJntn,  ���������ntc. Tho numbor of points oanh Htar lian  determines what lottnr or tho word of t]������>  moNNaKo that Ktar NtantlH for, For In-  Htatico if a ntnr hun throe point* lb Ib tho  letter a. However. Iff 11. haa four points lb  in olthur d. a, or f. Somo ������ta������-i������ repronont  only ono lottor, ruoano 2 lottors aiul noma  a lottnrfl. I liavo worked ������ul> tlio tabid  i",oc\n for yon, now you oount tho number  of point������ on ������n<!h nbar and try to find what"  lottor nach ntar utandn for, l������y veferrinR t/n  tlio table codo, I havo correotly arran-red  tlio stara st* that o-toh row of ������������ar������ h ix-jI Ihi  a word of tlio uteaaaKo. I������ ordor bo help  you a bit tlio limb word Ih "<3reatoHt,';  pmew   pijk|-jfp  ^     ��������� Frankly, thia la an advertising cqn-  9-8,Ml. teit... Urn  object  Is   tn  Rob  a_wldor  distribution  for   tbo   Manner     Money  ua*vlnK  hosiery  and   underwear  vim.-  Iohuo��������� Ilntln������  throo   hundred  quality  U������m������ at direct to. consumer prlnem,  Whon wfl rocolvo your answer to tho  miTzln, wo will write and toll you how  many points you havo salnnd towitrda  fl-mt tirlzn aud will send you a copy of  ow������' latest oafcalop-no rl-artit. away.. Toti  ran on bor and win tho hlrshenb prlxon without buyluK aKlngle thlnre. Hnllliii*; nnythlnB.  or Rpondlnpt ft. cent of your money. You  will 1)1 under no r������bll������atlon whatovor to  maUo a purehaso to oiu-iiiu NtaudSntf Tor  ili-ab prU'.o.    Mend your answer at one*.  to  HP*.���������  M*nm������Mmsim%n*,- ja.m*ft������t*t^m. jjc   ***���������**'***)$*>mmmtujp' *, *Lt*.*u*m  ftmtmmmnmv  totSKBBS  aaBsaiaialLaW^  S5BM  5^s*!^-*!***������^^  aaaffigag  ss  .utitfBaaUHHMUHaMBaMti  MHHMlUlllMl ill III lllm  imiiuiinMiimiMiiT ;'l"f*vf  THE ,,-fiBVtEEW:;   CRESTON,   B.    C.  "������������������; LESSON No. 16  Qu-e������ffon> Wh y do  growing children, partU>  ularlv sirls. need emul-  siriea eOu.-u.vci Oil *  Answer: Growing children, and particularly gir!%  need vitamin-nth nourishment to help tham  through criticalf stages of  extreme   tax  oh   their  siren  ert-fi.  P Ple^aistly, flavpred/eaw^ .lo?  tafe*** cHilcbKsis like  j     PAINTED    i    BY   * NELLIE   L.   McCLUNG  i ��������� '    ,.    A.        '."*. ^T-.... . :'ltm  J Copyright,   Canada,;   1925f  ?'^    1  CHAPTER JGI.���������Continued.  Thus appealed to, ��������� Danny Corbett  went over to tlie couch and carefully  inspected the young thing that was  likely to make inroads in his" hard  eai*ned income. He -put his chapped  and dirty little hand very lightly on  the glassy, smooth head, and felt its  tiny beat. He gently touched the velvety cheek and found It soft as a  rose-leaf to his fingers. He put his  hand in his pocket and drew out thirty cents in change and looked hard  at it. He may have heen thinking of  cold winds and aching leg3- -he knew  something of them. But his answer  was, "Sure Mike! 1*11 do it. Are you  pretty sure her mother will die, Ma?"  l>anny's tone was , eager.  "We ain't wishin' her mother no  harm, Ma," JEfcosie quickly interposed,  seeing the rebuke tliat? waa coming  to her business jpai^Wfy.^  wishin' nobody iio harm?" Rosie was  very anxious not to prejudice the  case. "But we know there is always  a danger���������you know yourself, Ma,  that none of us knows one day from  another,-���������we're here today and away  tomorrow, as I have of ten heard you  say���������and Danny and me are just  talkin' it over in case somethin*  should happen���������that's all."  The warm heart of Maggie Corbett was tender to her offspring at.  that moment. "Look at that, John,  would you? Good little things, after  all, and yet it was only this mornin'  they were fightin' like drunken shan-  tymen. I often thought if they had  had a baby in the house it might have  softened them. Well, don't be settin*  your hearts on this wee one, for her  mother is not goin' to die, I don't  think; though you never can tell  about a -woman when ber man has  gone buck on her."  Outside the snow was still falling.  The evergreen trees wero bending  with the "weight of it, their branches  hanging down like great white bears'  paws. Christmas "Eve surged forward  with,  all  its   infectious   gladness   as  the crowds of belated shoppers increased. The. electric fans in? the windows were hard pressed to keep back  the shooting frost f erns^ -which  threatened to hide the season's offer-  Inffa     Wpnr1an,n������a   ������������������������ + '-������>..������     ..���������.���������������*.������������    V/������.r������.������*..| ,  f ul robes thrown ^over th^ backs o������  fho aaai-a n(-o������>*xy.������ At- *!.��������� _.._l. i.y 1_������-  v.������u     wwu.uk,,     tvc-V^Jg^CVA.   CU     l������AC    VU1M      I.U;   JLt7W  out hurrying shoppers; delivery boys  on-foot, on wheels, in wagons, loaded  with parcels, hurried to the suburbs  of the city, sometimes pausing to  look in at* uncurtained windows  Where happy families gathered  around sparkling tables���������families  so happy oyer the arrival of guests  that they forgot to draw th������ blinds  and so allowed some of their happiness to overflow into the street.  Rosy ishaded lamps threw patches of  reliance on the glistening snow.  Christmas wreaths tied with satin  streamers glowed deeply red against  the windows. The pulse of the city  w������.a        Mcanug        vviuu       ia.L4gnt.Qi        ouu  slelghbells.  At the corner of Second Street and  Jasper Avenue a congested street car  stopped to let out a nock of little  girls and iK>y������ ou. tlieii: way to -tlxe  Christmjas tree in the First Baptist  Church. Certain of the little gfirls,  with their curls protected from the  falling show by being tucked safely  away under their toques, were; carrying mysterious pasteboard boxes  containing ��������� sashe3 and bows and  wings- for the fairies. Others of them  were darkly hooded and masked,  their identity and sex entirely un-  guessed, for were they not cast for  the dreadful witches of Shadowland?  Accompanying them was a liberal  sprinkling of parents, mostly mothers, with a few self-conscious fathers  who had the appearance of having  been dragged tout. The mothers had  an air of veryr conscious -Unconcern,  as if they did not know their little  boy3 or girls were, going to take a  part that was bound to be the very  best thing on the program.  The Salvation Army Citadel blazed  with light and pulsed with' activity,  for the 'big ..supper; where, .all were  welcome, wa& going on, and! the odors  of turkey and sage and onions, drifting out into the street, compelled the  reluctant ones to go_ in.  At midnight, '-when the bells were  ringing, the snowjjsuddenly stopped  ia that -abrupt Alberta way. The city's  lighisPwetjs-somany aaid so bright  againstythe deep India blue of the  sky, it was hard to tell thenx from the  stars, but high overhead was to be  seen the fNorth Star, beloved of all  bewildered travellers. Now it twinkled and gleamed above- all these  scenes of good fellowship and merrymaking with unmistakable approval.  Into, the uncurtained window of the  Corbett's big room it peered -vfrith a  deeper interest and kindlier understanding, for it could see that the  Winnipeg couch was drawn out from  the wall to make it into a full-sised  bed, and in it there slept the unperturbed young Lili With Rose Corbett  on one side of her and Daniel Corbett on the other���������her two new  friends, who had covenanted in her  presence and in the presence of each  other to furnish her with shelter,  care and sustenance in the event of  her mother's Ue������th. Rose and Daniel  Corbett���������the underwriters!  Christmas storyj and because her  owia heirtfwas m6re tender than it  had ever been, owing to the rise and  fall bfy; the-little white veil which cov-  erecT tkli's^face, she Iqyed the little  ever,  ana  ^^S^SiSSffliiii&ft  thought of ? Klin and His, pale mother  ������.*.������������������ $-V.J.*. 7**-.. 'J.'l.'t.fc.rt. a-*. 4.t.M.?MAnMMMM ^Ulf.  w&   mjkpjt. .-*������������^ '.������#v*w  4-ij.   cue;  a lain.aa^cfc   vvsiu  the noise of cattle all around them.  ^Tlie vStars yin the sky looked down  where He lay,  .-,.. The little  Lord  Jesus,  asleep  on  ��������� ���������: the hay."  Rosie, just outside the door, was  singing as she 'did' the linoleum in  the hall with dustless mop; Danny  was working farther down the hall.  Helmi -was .'* awakened from her  dream by the entrance of a little man  with a slender black bag in his hand.  He caine in without knocking, andj  stood at the bottom of the bed regarding her critically. Before he  could yframe a question Mrs. Corbett  had arrived, having* seen the Doctors  car at the front .door.  Mrs. Russell, who lived in No. 16  and did the cleaning in the City Hall,  and therefore knew something of the  correct forms of procedure, had notified the Department of the happening  in No. 18. Dr. Symond came over at  once. fcTo one likes to be disturbed on  Christmas afternoon, when the delicious sizzle of a turkey pulsates * in  the atmosphere of the house and one  has just helped to put two leaves in  the dining-room table. Dr.v Symond  was prepared to be quite stern. Indeed, as a representative of the city  authorities how could he help being  stern with these unregulated young  women who leave their babies on the  steps of the City Hall,, so to speak. It  was becoming entirely too common,  and the Property Owners' Association  fat their last meeting were complaining about it; properly so, too, for  they were the people who had to pay  the bills. Everyone -when- in 'need  rushed to the City���������widows looking  for help ��������� unemployed���������- homeless-���������  unfortunate girls���������all come to the  City.? '/"'���������  (To Be Continued.)  PIMPLES ON  FACE AND. HANDS  Were Hard and Red. Could Not  Do Hard Work. Cuticura Heals,  " Small pimples broke out on my  faces which later grew lorg-or and  were hard and red. JAtnt pimplrf*.  broke out on my hands aud kept  getting worse each day. I could not  do any h������rd*Vor*k with my hands  on account of the breaking out.  '"I hegran ursine Cuticura Soap  and Ointment and they helped me.  I continued the treatment and after  using two culceo of Cuticura Soap  and one box of Cutlcurn Ointment  I w������������-> hw*1<Ml." (filirned) A. W.  Babychuk,Wl������haVt, Souk.  Use Cutjjcuni Soap, Ointment and  Talcum to'promote and maintain  akin nurhy, akin comfort.and nleln  health; the Soap to cleanse and  purify. Ointment to uootlic and heal,  and Talcum to -powder and refresh.  ���������ample It������.*U Frit* br Mail. A.H������lr������������������ Cftnadltn I  )>u|>ul: "UWutaoiUo, J.tiL, Idoutxtai," j\>rlco, Uo������|V I  SCn^Olntmant S8 mkI 60s. Tulaum C5e. I  OuUcgr* 3h*<rlngr Stick 2Kn.  tr  W.    N.    N.    l������2ft  CHAPTER XXII.  It was Christmas afternoon, when  Helmi awakened���������Christmas afternoon, the very sound of which brings  pictures o������ children playing with  trains on living-room floors, satisfied  with turkey and candy, starry-eyod  with presents, numb with surprises  and joy. Christmas afternoon! Of all  the spicy, perfumed, sparkling glorious afternoons of the year tho most  dazzling and glorious; not merely an  afternoon or a day that can bo mark*  ed on a calendar or divided into houtii  like other afternoons���������not that at all.  Christmas af tor no on is an atmosphere, a perfume, a sensation, a feeling, a opliltual c!cpcricnco.  It was Chrtotmas afternoon when  Holml .awakened. Numbor 18 in tho  Nortli Star Rooming House did not  suggeat festivity, %wlth Its bare, buff  walls, dull gray paint, olm droaaor,  iron bod, bare floor, with one strip of  Japanese matting worn in the middlo  dow'M io iho Uu-eiulti. But 3Iclml waa  not loft entirely without wmc gloam  of Chrlstmao, for Roso and Danny  who wore going to thc Salvation  Army Cantata that night, went winging down the hall;  "Away in a manger, no crib for a  bed,  Tho  Uttlo  Lord  Jesuit  laid down  HIh flwood head,'  and St brought Co Helml'a mind thc  It's color these days, that makes a  garment stylish! With a flfteen-cent  envelope of Diamond Dyes, you can  make an old or faded waist as smart  a3 any on display. Keep all your  clothes stylish���������through the quick  magic of home dyeing.  Beautiful dyeing or perfectly gorgeous tinting is easy,,, if you'll only  use original fDiamond Dyes (true  dyes). Brighten the house, too; curtains, spreads, etc, are Diamond  Dyed in an hour or loss; right over  other colors^  FREE: Yotir(Druggist gives you the  Diamond Dj'o Cyclopedia: valuaW������  suggestions, easy directions, actual  piece-goods color samples. Or write  for illustrated book Color Craft, postpaid from DIAMOND DYES, Dept.  NIG, Windsor, Ontario.  Diamond Dyes  fust Dip ta TINT, or Boil to DYE  Canada needs a larger population,  but to bring In people for whom proper provision has not been made beforehand will oiily complicate the  situation. Those who arc for settlers  at any prlco do not think otit the results of their policy.  PERMANENT BUILDING PAPER  I  HesSshy beards -sasv b������ re-movsd  most eas?!y with a sharp blade.  So, too, can Hf miles Perman-  - <j.        mni Building Paper be cut.  It  i & For  ihis  reason  alone,  caep-  IN enters and builders prefer Her-  eesles.. fWltea usin-^,, handle it  ^g���������-  as roughly as y������������ Hk*.   Her-  ^^^~ culea will not tear o-r crack.  ^^^"r Hercules allows greater speed  ^^>=   in using.  Por various purposes, Hercules  is   made   In  three   grades~x  light, xx medium, xxx heavy.  All .grades are tested and proven wind proof and damp proof.  A sample gladly sent on request.  HAMILTON, CANADA  Teeth and Health  Issued     By     The     Canadian     Dental  Hygiene    Council    and    Published  By The  Saskatchewan l>ental  Socitey  THE BABY TEETH  How many should there be? "Ten  little aangers and ten little toes'^���������  making twenty in .all���������and: there you  have their number. Easy to remember isn't it?  And when should you begin to look  for them ? About the stgth or seventh  month.  And which comes^first? As a rule,  the lower front teeth, the central incisor.  So after all baby's fretfulness he  has a brand new tooth or two, so  white and so sound they look, that  you never give a thought to future  tooth troubles.  Then the other ehjhteen or nineteen white coated little "millers" will  follow-* at somewhat regular Intervals  until Sonny is two years old, when he  should have his full temporary set.  These are the temporary or deciduous teeth, being- known also as tlie  "milk teeth," from which you will be  aware, of course, that they won't be  retained right through adult age.  They should all remain in place, however, until about the Seventh year,  when, through the natural process of  shedding, they commence to be lost.  Then as the time "approaches for  the eruption of the second set, unless  the first teeth are sufficiently separated in front to allow one or two  thicknesses of blotting paper between  them, the arches have not properly  expanded and the second set is certain to be crowded and irregular. In  such a case,, the family dentist should  always be consulted.  Since Sonny is going- to lose these  small teeth In good timo and get a  nice new set, #y bother to care for  them?  Well, little Sonny doea not want a  tooth-ache any more than do you, and  for several other good reasons of  which moreM:o follow.  Nothing Like^*���������*  It to RsIIevo Colds  'In formula and action, Backley'������  Slixtum la different from all otto*  remedies. It literally "acts Ilk������ a,  flash" in conquering coughs and  heating the inflamed parts. The in-  etant relief that follows the first  dose is multiplied 40 times in a 76-  cant battle! "Buckley?*" should fcs  in every home. Your drusralst sells  it -under a money-back guarantee.  W. K. Buckley,  Limited, 9 a*  142 Mutual St., Toronto 2  mmmW^MiX'TVn.S  '  Acts like a fituh*.  *?ejunglc ������ip prove*  Lead Mining In Yukon  In 1926 the Yukon produced about  2,9^0 tons of lead or about ^ per cent,  of the total Canadian production.  Shipments take the form of silver-  lead ores and concentrates from the  Mayo District.  ZIG-ZAG  Cigarette Papers  Large Double- Book A \  Finest You Can Buy' ^fst  AVO IP IMITATIONS ^  Salesman For Face Cretim  Lcaros a ���������oo.d Lessaia  Mr, VnncUvIer, New York, writes: "I  waa o salesman of creams lor healing  pimples, blemishes, etc., but whea my  face broke out with blotches, pimples  and blackhendg, I tried one na' jc after  another with no reaulta. Finally I decided 1 would have to get nt the cause  ���������con&Hnation. I was amazed to find  thot within a fewdoya after taldnflfyour  vfiEctable Inxative pills for constipation  my skin iwk mii u new healthy look."  CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS  (All dru������gtatG-~2j}c arid '/6c rad plcgu.  Little Helps For This Week  "Be thou faithful unto death, and  I will givo Lhoe a crown of life.���������Rev.  il. 10.  Why should our splritn be opprcsfc  When days of darkness fall?  Our Father knowoth what is best,  And Ha hath mado them all.  Ho made them, and to all thoir length  Sets parallels of c;am;  We gather from our pain tite strength  To rise above our pain.  ������������������Alice <Jaiy.  God, who Sn mercy and wtadom  govorna tho world, would never havo  suffered so many sadnestios, and have  sent thorn especially to lha moat virtuous and wisest n\on, but that lie  Intends they should be the seminary  of comfort, the nutsery of virtue, tho  e^crclne of nvlnflom, the trial of riv  tlonoo, the vonturlivg' for a ck'own, jmdl  i tho crown ot glory.---.Taremy Taylor.  r llf |   Writ* Th* .  Dorden" Co.,  mmmmmm  l.m    i na     Mora en    ������_-o.,  Umlt������ct. Montreal   989  J THIS  CBSSTON  BEVESW  I  i  l^SSSi  These  are the   LECKIE  make  and  are   the   best  VJP -i-V-i  .-.11 1,^^.  vf?      fi1v  product of this well known nrm or_ssnoe  JUJMIM IAJ.<UW V U> -WM *js*  I  Nothing nobbier than the Leckie Dress Shoe, which  | along with its style combines splendid wearing qualities,  and the happy knack of retaining its shape.  Leckie  Work  Shoes  have  no wear out to them���������  that's the reason we handle this line.  For both Men and Boys we have a very nice  stock  to select from. |  Co.-Op. HATS, CAPS, and  SHIRTS  are  proving {  popular.    We  have a  full  range  of sizes  and  all  the  fashionable  shades. Our prices are just as attractive as  the haberdashery.  ! eston Valley Co-Operate Assn.  The Sacrament of the Load's Suppt x  will be dispensed at the evening service   at  Trinity  TJnited   Church   on  Sunday.  Miss B. Hanson of the staff of Nelson  fBusiiie*������s College, was h weekend guest  of Kiss "L. Cheri-ington, returning on  Blonday.  Miss A. Doyle,' accountant with  Creston Growers, Limited, was a  visitor "with   Fernie  relatives  tit the  ���������weekend.  Mra G. Letcher and son of Roos-  vtlle arrived on Tuesday on a visst with  the former's parents. Mi*, and Mrs.  Geo. Nichol.  For SALE���������Parson's Beauty^ nnd  Van San Strawben-y plums. **6 per  1000 ffoh, Wvtmdel. Carl O. Wigen,  Wynndel, B.C.  Hatching^ Eggs���������liight Sussex, the  coming breed, tine table birds end  good layers* Setting of 15 eggs, $2.  P. G. Ebbutt. Creston.  Ollle  Chliatie of~ the  m\m  9  T\^_.   _    ��������� ���������   _-._���������_  juruii v -vrtj. ������.y yo������sr  '������-. ������?=~-...vr ���������������!-..-. horse with Hi fi.itin.flr Shoes.  Uali   and  see. ns.    Horse attoers with .50 yeara experience.  Don't waste time sending for new Castings and Machine  Parts. Bring the old ones to us and have them.Oxy 'Aoetylene  Welded; 100 per cent., durability.  W e  are  now  Pips, Fittings, etc!.  prepared to supply you  with  CRESTOH  Tuo Stores  ERIGKSOH  Consolidated  home for  a  visit with  his  parents, Mr.  and Mrs. Herb Christie.  store sti'iff., Kimberley, ss  few days1?  Call   and  see  ns for Bath Fixtures, Stove and  Range  BoSlers, etc.   .   ��������� '..'?'���������?-,..-a'a\ ���������?--??'?"??? ?���������?-���������?���������������������������..,.:?  We  can .also furnish you with Plough Shares to' fit any  make of Plough.Prioe t;ight    Delivery prompt.  g! 1AVAUITII  BLAfeita^liSi  Tlue>BjtlTUIUfi  AVVltACTVt CHE & Cl ftlMfi  nsfts -stbti b LbnS ?? ���������.fa-US���������*?  LAND REGISTRY fkGTZ  SECTION 160  IN THE MATTER of Lot 5 in Block 2. Dow's  Addition, Town of Creston. Kootenay District, PJan Sol-  Proof hAving been filed ia my Office ������Jf the  loss of Certificate Go. UOiS-A to the above  mentioned lands in the name of James Adlard,  and bearing: date the 29th day* of July, 1909,  J HEREBY?GIVE NOTICE* of my intention at  the expiration of one calendar month from the  first publication hereof to issue to the said  James Adlard a provisional Certificate of Title  in lieu of such tost Certificate of Title. Any  iserson having any information *with reference  to such lost Certineate of T^tle ������ revjuestsd. to  communicate -with the undersigned.  DATED   at   the   Land   Registry   Office,  Nelson, B.C., thia 26th day of March. 1928.  A. W. IMENS,  Registrar.  D ate of first publication March 30,192?.  Form No. 13.  [Section 3& J  LAND  *���������*��������� **f Intention ib Apply #������  Purchase Land  j^F . .     iTUUCC W*   <i(i:������Ri������vn   i  In West Kootenay land Recording District of  Province of British Columbia, and situate  in Arrow Creels Valley on east slope of  Goat Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE  that Effle   Frank  Arrow-  smith, of Creston, B. C, occupation, spinster,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands:   Commencing at a  goat planted adjoining South East corner of  ublot ^30 of Lots 4595 and 4592; thence 20  chains West; thence 20 chains South; thence  20 chains East; thence 20 chains North, and  containing 40 acres, more or less. ._  EFFXE FRANK ARROWSM1TH.  Dated February 4,1928.  CHINCHILLAS  Young stock for sale. Raised  from the best Imported Stock.  See H. CLEMENTS, at the  Creston Rabbitry.  F. H. JACKSON  REAL ESTATE  Listings solicited.  CRESTON.    B.C.  I have secured the agency  for the well known  ���������Glasgow tSraiaci  Rainproof  uairmQiii-s  made by the Glasgow Rubber Go. of Canada. These  coats are made to measure,  and the prices range from  Five to Eighteen Dollars,  for Men, Ladies and Children.    Come   in and  look  . the samples over.   Also the  ( styles.  V. MAWSON  Local and Personal  Mr. arid "Mrs. M. J. Boyd are Spokane visitor������ this week, leaving on  Monday.  Mrs. Walters and daughter, Doris,  are ^pending the week with friends in  Spokane.  Dr. Mittun of Cranbiook, Creston's  former chiropractor, spent the weekend-in town.  For Sale���������Van San strawberry  plants. $5.50 per 1000. Angus Cameron. Erickson.  Mrs. Green and daughter of Wyelifft*  are Creston visitors*, this week, guests  of Mrs. Twigg.  Mrs. R. Byrne left on Sunday for  Turin, Alberta, where the family will  reside in future.  For Sale���������Tvi-6 Toggenhurg doe  kids, ten wet-ks old. Miss Alma  Johnson, Creston.  Capt. F. 3. Oatts, in charge of local  forestry work, spent a few days in  Nelson this week.  Mrs. Geo. Murrell and son and daughter are Nelson visitors this .week,  leaving on Monday,  - Mrs. S. A. Speers, with Betty and  Allan, spent a few days in Spokane at  the first of the week.  Foa Sale-- Seed potatoes. Early  Ohio and Irish Cobbler, good stock.  Fred Lewis, Creston.  Fob Sale���������Van San Strawberry  Plants, good stock, $6 per 1000. J. W.  ������1. Gobbett, Creston,  Fob Sale���������Thi t-ty Purebred Yorkshire pigs, from two to four weeks old.  D. L.eurmonth, Creston.  Miss Eva Boiton of Kimberley was  here for the weekend, a guest'of her  mother, Mrs. P. Bolton.  Miss Marjorie Hamilton, who has  been ut Nelson for some months past,  arrived home on Tuesday.  Mr. and Mrs. Gi.lespie and children  of Yahk,   are   spending   a   few   days  l with Mr. and Mra. A. Davies.  Mrs. C. G. Bennett of Fernie is renewing acquaintances In town and is  a guest of Mrs. Frank Staples.  Mrs. Sylvester and daughter returned to their home in Moyie, after a few  days viait with Mrs. Ben Long.  Ben Crawford, who is at Nelson  high BChool for his fourth year work,  ie homo for the Easter vacation.  Mrs. Hopwoiul nnd daughter, Helen,  were weekend visitors at Cranbrook,  guests of Mr. and Mra. Doodnon,  Fon Saws���������Improved orchard and  small fruit property of 20 acres, well  located.    Apply Box 82, Oreston.  Mrs. Harold Goodwin and young  eon of Kellogg, Idaho, aro visitors this  week with Mr. and.  Mro. T. Goodwin  Fob Salb���������Apples._ Delicious and  wagener. smaii hisses, v5 cents a b������x  whiie ihey- last, delivered sn town*  W. J. Truscott, Creaton.  Fob Sals Chbaf���������Buffet and china  cabinet   combined,   cou I   heater,   coil  spring bed nnd   mattress.    J. P. Dow  ney, Barton Ave.,'Creston.  Walter Collins of the Bank of C������ m-  me.ioe. and Ptineipal McLoIlan, were  motor visitors to Spokane, where they  spent-tbe-"Easter .vacation..  Potatoes���������Potatoes are cheap, but  do not overlook the necessity for good  seed. Gold Coin at $1.50 per 100 lbs.  B. Sinclair Smith, Creston.  The  village commissioners   remind  that  Wednesday next, April  18th, is  cleanup-day.   Free removal of garbage'  will be provided on Thursday.  - Dick Randall, jr., who ha! been  here for the past month, -left on  Thursday for'St*-**a.lford, Wash., where  he will visit'with his parents.  According tp the Nelson Daily News  the Conservatives of Creston riding  are to have their eonventioh to .nominate a candidate at Nelson on Monday. ���������' ��������� f"    ' -. ��������� '  Frank Byrne .and Eugene L<e"Roy  laft on *Weiduesday; for Al.eriby, where  they wi'li spend-the next few months  with   the  former's sisteir,. Mrs. B" A.  |Byer.y       v    -y; y'"yfff-.; *-;y  '  ��������� ���������   *      .'z   ���������     ' oa   -  Wear and Give  in  Style, Fit and  Finish; combined  with  ������ good   hard-wearing   material  Heavy"~Bhi6 Chambray Shirts, sizes 14J to 17  $1.25  Klhaki Chambray Shirts, I4J-to 17..   1.25  Fancy Check Madras Shirts, all sizes .  1.50  Heavy. Khaki Shirts^ triple stitohing.  1.50  ICbabi Denim Trousers. 5 pockets ..���������.���������..... ....���������..........���������.._ 2.00  Khaki Denim, in fine heavy Denim.. ^......���������..      ;.. 2.00  iMue pants, red baek, splen,did wearers ............... ...��������� 2.50  Khaki Bedford Cord Trousers.:. :.:-..  4.50  ?pur Underwear Stock for spring is complete,  and comprises Shirts and Drtiwers, in Watsonfs  and: Penman's  i-ra.fee.4fv&lsp','0^ in  different weights, from $1;25 td^ persiiifc,..^���������.. .....    3.00  m  The 1 resbyterian L.adies* Aid will  have a silver tea at the home of Mrs.  Forbes on Saturday,' April 21st.  Home cooking and daffodils for sale.  8 to 5 p.m.  Fob   Sale ��������� Farm     truck,   barrel  spray   pump,  breaking-   plough    and  mower, priced, reasonable.    All can be  seen1" at    Alex.   McKay's    blacksmith.  shop, Creston. .  Miss Anaretta MdDonald,' who; is  attending high school at Nelson,, is  with her,parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W.  McDonald,   Glencoe   Ranch,   for   the  Easter vacation.  The sawmill of Putnam, Palmer &  Staples, Limited commenced: ������nwing  on Monday, after a shutdown of over  a month, due to the poor state of the  roads for tie hauling.  Mrs. Geo. Hendren returned on  Thursday last from Snoqualme Falls,  Wn������b., where she has epent the past  three   month*   with.,  her    grandson,  Robert Hetherington. >  Miss Mildred McDonald of the  Blaii more, Alberta, school teaching  staff, is home for the Easter week vacation, a guent of her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. H. W. McDonald.  Trinity United Ohwrch Easter  bazaar with afternoon tea in the  church hall on Saturday afternoon  wus a-great ftnanctal success, with n  cash intake of just over $105.  Mias Ker^ teacher of Division 5 of  Creston school, in at her home in  Fernie for Easter week. Miss Grace  Kendall, vice-principal, is spending  tho week at her home In Nelson.  Kootenay Co-Operative Fruit &, Produces Annociatlosv have tho annual  meeting on Saturday afternoon at the  office in the Creaton w arohouno. A.  Comfort la the retiring president.  C!.-* .otitic.  weight������������������'Silk; Silk and Lisle,  Silk and Wool, and the cheaper styles in Lisle  and Cotton at 25 cents uj> to 85 cents per pair,  and all good values. -  Our new Felt Hats have arrived at, each 2.75 to  ^Forsyth Shirts for Men's wear.  7.75  ft  ON MERCANTiL!  izzsmrsmp-mmPPi  Wanted���������Village Clerk  Applications will be received up till  Saturday. April 21 at, 1028, for the position of clerk of the Municipality of  Creston.        Applicants     must    atate,  ? uali flea tions and salary expected."  nformation regarding duties, hours,  etc., may be had from the com mis-1  sioners. Applications -should be  addressed, Board of Village Commissioners, Creston, B.C.   .  Fob Sale���������8-day office clock, $6.60.  Also Victor talking machine motor,  $6.    V. Mawson.  IVJ.XJL/IV  CREAMI  mm    j^fsW^L MMMi ���������   ^tm^m ,"Smml*s*, ^Wmm k        mmm        mm*  ICE  CREAM  Our central depot at Cres-  At     Cook's    Greonhouse,    Creston:   ton   Drug  &  BOOK   Store   for  given at the conference will  be read.  All are urged to attend.  Creston's former lodge oif the  Knights of Pythian la to bo reconstituted  on   Wednewday  evening, April  BOAR FOR SERVICE  Etegiutered IUc't-ki-hiru Hour for ������ov-  vice. A. G, COX.VanesB Ranch, Alice  Siding.  Fob Sa&is ��������� Young piga, Duroc-  IlorkHhire cross, $5 each. A. G. Cox,  VanooB Jtanch (Alloc Siding). Crouton.  Mrs. J, A. Irvine and son. Jack, of  Fernie, are Faster week visitors here,  guoatu of Major and Mra. Mallandaine.  Wantmi)���������Will buy two nrnnertiaa  from two to five aores. Alao two pro-  portioH ten to fifteen ���������kcros. Must bo  iiartly improved. State prioe and  lei mu in first letter. C. Elollru, Urea*  ton.  , \ 18th, at a big gathering of memberw  and candidates at French's Kiall, at  7.80.  Ferennlal plants and shrubs are now  ������eady. Book your orders for torn a too,  cabbage, cauliflower, and celery  plants. Also a good collection of  spring garden flower plan to.  Prof. ABinundsan of the poultry  department of the B.C. University,  Vancouver, and li, Jj. JLangon of Nelson, Kootenay poultry inspectov, had  quite a good turnout of poultry fanciers ab the meeting on Thureduy  night last ab the office of 0. B. Twigg.  For the re-lneUtutlng of Wild Rose  Lodge Knights of Pythian on Wednesday* night, April 19fch��������� nt French'fl  Mall,    nplendld     arrangements    havo  been made for an. Imprcsuive conduct  According  to press reports our for-  o( nt, tho <,*<,, clB���������a.   Tt j, Wndtimn of  mor townamnn A. Vt. Swanaon, now  of  Kimborley   in a  poseibility  aB an  Independent candidate in tho Cranbrook riding nt tho forihtiominK provincial election.  The regular monthly meeting of  Trinity United WomenV Mlmiionary  Society will be hold Thursday, April  10th, at 3 p.m., al tho church.    I^upora  Uovelstoke, Grand Ohanoollor Commander, will "be  here to uhahvb A. li.  II111 of Crunbrnnk,' DtotrEct Deputy  Grand OliaucuUoo' Conuiiandetv and ib  Is poaslhle that J. A. McKlunon of  Trail, a lJaH-i. Gram] Vlc������ Clianici-iSiloi',  will also his here. All old members  anil nil tho candidates are naked to ho  at tho hall not later than 7.30 p,m.  the supply of Milk and Cream  is proving popular judging by  the number of customers we  have had the pleasure of serving since opening up there.  Fresh milk and Cream is  supplied every morning so  that patrons can always rely  on getting the same high  quality as delivered about  towd.  For supper, particularly,  Ice Cream makes a welcome  change. You can buy it at  the storb in any quantity  desired.  ttfUHk m%%  j.**h.       ,*mt������   f^^t   . n-****fc     *r-*M������Mi w*    PHI  'mmWh.   PHI  p^liiii ii-������8  ������%p m\ff Q B������-!? g] |j ftlw^ %A Ih  fl. A. COWSFORT

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