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   Canwood Times (Newspaper) - April 28, 1926, Canwood, Saskatchewan                                 y'-  •J'  THE TDi^^ ^ÇJii^SmP. BABK.  'O »  a jtiUuLct^ üúñjítíá^ éiM ^ ii Unid:  Quc«^ or lu Owfi iâform flaiMd  ' > In UpfHir Cf^bé» Seaâ^r McMeaiis.-Winnipeg, tfn tb« »«nat* asked: "When «kfes Uw govern-mcDt propose to cnll à cnnfereoee or rhe provincial premiers to co4lsid«r sentit« reform?"  "May I be allowed to ask If tlila i hous« Is anxious io be reformed?*' Interjected Senator Belque.  Senator Oandurand. in reply, ssld he would bring thé question to the attention of the govermnenC» and woDid suggest III the sam«- time that (he «iplttlon*or the provincial premiers on the reform of the House of . Commons might be secured.  wm km manr Unefl ittor« iici for the moM/ than aar other fly kiHer. Each pad wifl kUl mea all day, ererr dgy, tot thrao weeks. At all Grocen, Draf-Rlsts and General Stoircs-r-lOc and 25c per pacfcafo-  IhwMMHFêiCÊÊÊâmWlièÊt  Maxien Mflíara PurehaM Portion of '^hêlr atêquÎMmênU Haré rdlng to áll indications » tr0i'  1'^^¿á^Í^mtñJt'ilm^ highly sikhlfli^sK» C»i«Tl H»« Wíl «»¿"^«f «« f«' ' t^.illíy' Iililíllin1,u; 1 r tiß^. XKmrmion Uúr^a^ Wtách  ait Itft^t» kmi ^youths íád:  jS^hai t^' wtiríi 1« «MiHily uirterHtciod. iá in íwa p4rts. Psrt on., bêts ; ÄVi'riiK«» hourly rnt« paid eight trad«>M In «»««h of thirteen'Canadian '  MacMiUatt GoÌh North Afak  ridioit NeniM  I ltl.-,. Whlle Uh- sVrond par» ulmw« the averaice houríy rat.» of wage» paid labor in bullilhiK tratU^K In ttieHe thirlcen cities,  'i li Hint parí. While Inlerenting and lní»>ruítlve, doe» not tarry the. «ame ifi»f»^>H«n» ohJtMi li'HBon lo people ax doe» the serond part. It doen »how tliu» the «veinK«- Ijourly wage U lilgher In Winnlpeg than elsewhere In Can-tula. wlih Ilí.'Kina serond. Toronto, Caigary and Kdraonion tled for ihird place,  Forest Fires Are CoHly  Vanrotive, fouUh. «lid wlth Vicio, ia. HamlHott. Ottawa. Montreal. St. J®»»». i  HalK»» niHl. Q.iebe. followInK in the order named. Ih the flve tifies íTrat f^Jt ¿)tUea everjrwhere iil 35  nM^niloiHMi liie avern^e hourly rate of waKe In excean of ninely cents, Inciudr i(i)t laliorers, wliile in Quebee, the loweKt. It Ih sixly crent».  'I'lu« Kecond |«irt of the eliart «howH Ihat ilie average houriy rate of wagesS piilfl lakInK ail tliese ihlrievn citieH toüether wa.s as followH: fJrit klayers. II.IO; iBritish Columbla Pal4 Ovar THrts plaKicM IS. |l,(»«; KtonerutterK. ÍKI rents; plumber«. H8 cent.H; electridans, 80; Million L.aet Voar  rvniK: »uipcnieiM. IH cents; painierH. 71 eenin; laboréis, 41 eents. Work-j porest Ores «ost Brltlsh Colttmbla iiii; ilM-f«e rate« oiH on tlie ba>»l« of an eight-liour dfiy. we «ef the following re- about 13,500.000 last yeár, aecórdlng to Mills; I)ri<>i(iayei7<. IM.NO; plaxterers. $K.48: HtomcuUeirt. $7.44; plumbers, |figures coroplled by tho for<Mit branch |7 til; i leeirirlanH, W.40; carpenter», $6-21; puinters. |5.6«: laborera, $3.52.  In othei word«. tlie youn« mun whose parent« took a »ulflclently deep In .||c by Hon. T. D. PattuHo. mInUter of teresi In hi.-« weifure to see lo it that he lesrned n trnde. or the boy who as a Jands. This total 'Wjaa mndo ttp  Explorer Leada ExpaditlOfi to Chart Other Polar Araaa  The discoveries of Commander Don« [aid. B. MacMlllan In his four years In When your stomach is badly upset.' the White North do not Include the  Tnl^'Vn^ iilKi»'!?«!; i'o»*'. he has attained twenty-one  Ing from nausea, the qulekest relief, „»..^u „w^«» a* t*,^  will come from 20 drops of Nervllitae. «»»^«t» t*»«  Take It In sweetened water «nd you, world.  get an Iromedlat* result. NtnrlUno; MacMlllan's recent book shows he mo!.t houses, because of Us uaefulness has found evidence of a new land far  Accor«  fylng auccosa has attended efforta made to Induce Mexlgan mlllera to purchase a portion of the wheat they need from Canada. During 1925 shipments w^re made through New York brokers and later direct from CanadlaB exporters through New York. Now shipments are being made through Vancouver via Panama Canal to Vera Cms and Tamjpilco. This la a new ^market for Caoadian wheat and prom* Ises to be an Increasing one. In the eleven months ended February. 1929, Mexico took 110.068 bushels of Canadian wheat/this being more than double the quantity taken In the same period ending February. 1921.  to the west of his fast camp m tho Polar Sea. Suni'eys of previously uii-Explored areas have brought much sigr-niflcant matter to light while the discovery of coal in Bay Fiord and his finding of records of the Kane and ¡ second Grlnnel expedition, added further credit to his work. Another feature has been his extensive contribution In the fields of geology, botany,  of the lands departtoent and ttado »ut omithdrogy and^meteorology.  * MacMlllan also has done many  _ __ __things for the inhabitants of that  resull of hlH own ainbUion «nd Initiative master»d a trade, commands a wage through property losses.including tim' among which was his aid In com-two 10 three time» uk great a» the one who Ik not ho equipped for life's work, 'ber of nearly 12,750.000; S61T,000 ® dictionary of 3.000 words ot  N»r iH tlilK all. The trained workman can UHiially find employment when Riifnt by the government In flrO light- Esqulmo language. Ill«- ((Iiiimon unsltllled laborer ha» to,spend half IiIk time lookinjc for work and jog and $133.000 spent fOr tho aame Commander MacMlllan gives an fM <nieniIy wlihoiit being able to get it. or anythlnR bi tter than an odd Job'purpose by private companies. Inkling of. the spirit which movM  now mid then. At the present time in several WeMtern cities the building . - > ' the explorer into the northland.  tiailes »11^ very acUve, and the atatemi/nt ha» been made that there la no need ; V|f|||W MIXSTHIN > weapons which assail the ex-  i<»r any man to lack employment. Neverth^-lesH. score« of men were out of ""iin WtWWlIWIl plorer are extreme temperatures,  impl<i\nient. Why? Ilecauae at the very tithe when bricklayer«, carpen-i MS f||l Uf|l|VC heavy snows, drift, bitter winds,  tei.^ ajKi. ¿titer arilians were being imported from otlier cities to meet the ™ UllUIUi treacherous thin Ice, high pressure  ileniaiMl. I here wan a «urpluH »»f pick and shovel wen for whom no work, could ■ ! ridges; and often the result Is stanra-  he provided. 'Food Fult tO Nourish««Relief tlon diet, sickness, death," h^ Mys.  In intMlern conf«trucMon on any large scale, excavation» are now dug with ; C«n be Had Through Df. "Through centuries man has struggled  5.h aiu ftiioveU, cement 1» mixed by machinery, holstlng ii^ doue by machinery, with (he result that only a minimum number of laborers Is employed. The  WiUiamg* Pink Pilla Is your digestion strike ofOr?  ever and on and out, over No Man's : Land^ rushing the thin Ice of leads.  wurR Is thus done moro rapidly and much chenper. and higher wage» can,be you turn aufay from your food at meal.scaling towering Ice caps, staggering ptilii Ihe »killed workers because of the gieáter and better rei^tilts achieved.; »í®es. although you know you noed'along uncharted coasts and wearily The u..>.kllled laborer alone sulfevs. ' iííe  A survey of the work of philanthropic organizations and government and jy lUtulenS or nauIéaT ThS;*^®®^® truths, glorying In hU strog-  tf tß^rjaäk  "Seend to Be Af edd «^r ^ ^o  V MadagatMi* l>l«  The petit Parisien aaiya Abb-ol Krlm and bla «bea and ebU^n* ánd less bis lincio and ^bl^ hammed 81 ÁiCHrkaúo-^O persona In all—will bo dei^rted to Madugascan off tbocoáat of S^Afdea. If the Fi^cb-Spanish cànfér^Ba on the Moroccan situation ispprove.  The other Hllllaii pHiioners. 250 In all. will bo distributed In various jparts of French territory, either In France Itself or tbe î^èncb colonies.  So Sàys (Htoio Uif Befort Ske Used Dodd's Kidney Pis  Mra. L. A; Roaa auffarad witN a aovoro attack 0^ kldnoy trouble and found rolltf in Dodd'a Kidney Pllla. OtUwa, Ont.—(Special).^»! had a very severe attack with my kidneys about two years ago. So bad^ I was laid up for over a week. My whole body seemed to be affected. ' I lost my akipeUte and was failing fast. At last I got a box of Oodd's Kidney Piiis and got help right away. I have not been bothered since."  This statement comes from Miss X. A. Ross, who resides at 432 Nelson Street..  Other sufferers from kidney trouble tell of pains relieved and health restored through the use of Dodd's Kidney Pills. They strengthen the weak kidneys and remove the cause of tho pain.  There is no reason why anyone should continue to suffer' when Dodd's iKIdney Pills chn bo obtained . from druggists everywhere, or Tho Dodd's Medicine Co.. Ltd.,' Toronto.  Trifle h Horse ile>t  A trial shipment of Alberta-ralsed horse meat has bieen .sent to Belgium, and if It suits the needs of tbat m«^ ket, a considerable trade la anticipated. About two tuns of marketable meat were frosen and shipped on a deflnlto order from Brussels, and a shipmost was also nM* to Japan wboro tboro  Wainwrigiit 08 Refinery  will Kavo « Daily Capacity of One Thousand Barrola  It ta expectedu that a refinery ot 1,000-barrel dally cajpaclty. known as the Walnwrlgbt Refinery, will be erected at Widnunright at an early date. This will bo approximately the jsante kind of a plant as that now In operation at Edmonton, with a slightly larger capacity. It Is understood that Olght niBW wells are soon to be ttarted io Wainwrlght field as a result Of tho success of Uj^e E^monton-Waln-wrlgbt well.  atfiiiiÉiiiiiíittiiiVfmiiitii  their  Is igle against the olomonts for tho an* i» * potontfal markot  |i)«(.<cd fiifui ill the «>iMVlpytM(»nt UUic^ea Is alniOMt entirely thoae who have no qualldcaflons or classlflcatlort except that of "laborer."  True, the country muy:t have those who will do the rough pick and shovel work, the »Imple but heavy work of carrying and lifting, but this need will al-wuyti hv met out of the rank» of those who lack the mental powers, the neces-f iirx application, the force of character, to learn and master a trade. But when their rank» are swollen out of all proportion by thotisands of mentally aleiI. physically flt men whose parents, or themselves, fall to provide equlp-iiii>ni lor any worth whilo work in life, a situation is created which is extremely «n-iotis both for the man himself and his dependent?, and the'country at  li  merely givo temporary relief. sound stomach depends upon rich, red blood, and If It does not do the work nature Intended, the trouble must be corrected through tho blood and there is no better way to build up the blood than by taking Dr. Williams* Pink ! Pills. Evory dyspeptic who has tried t them is delighted with the improved I appetite and renewed strength that sp iauifikly follow th«eliL.,Hte. IQulnian, Stratford.  Modem  laiK»' And tliese men. wlio ought to he making a rtai contributlon to the j ìTas t^stecT the Vàiue of these pills In wl'Ilare of the race, are actually stumbllng blorks In the path of. and a inenace i tfouble of this kind. She says:—"1 to ihe livellhood of. thcir le«» fortunate féllow men who. Iiècause of lack of ; 'eel It a duty to let you know what Dr. pro|H r . ndowment«, are unfi^ted for any ta^ks bui Ihose of the laborer. 1T' alwuid noi, of couraw, óompel thnlr boya,io adopt a tradì? or follow-i, fy^y^ tndlgestlon. whlcfr*'Ipft mp^ TOff  aii occupation againnt a boy's inclination and desires, btit it is one of tlie duties :.dowQ and nervous. I could neither 0» parenthood to sei» that the children are prop«»rly equlppeittor life's struggle, eat nor sleep well, and decided to con-nnil that equipment should include knowledge of some useful occupation, i He told me that I was  handicruft or trade. No boy In this country and In thl.. age should be sent; ¡¡Xlne, but 11 U®dld®not aUl^íH! forth to face the world unable to do anything but the lowest and cheapest j help me, 1 decided to try Dr. Williams' ftn III oi manual labor. Pink Pills. I got three boxes and by  " ' - • ■ ______1 the time I had taken them 1 felt better.  . , ^ , . "" i I then got three mors boxes and when  laying. New Cable 11 had taken them I f^It nke a new  First Thoroughly Ouiidina in Arctic  A Spitsbergeh hotel fully equipi^ to take, care of all trans-Polar filers iAvs.' Xlf nd provWed wjth every uiodfm can-venience. in eluding a regular supply of fresh vegetables, will be erected shortly near King's Bay, according to Arthur U Lee. who has returned to Now Ywk from a tour of Europe. "It will have a capacity for at least  Saskatchewan Pisli  Mors Than a Million Pounds Shipped Annually Prom Northern Part Of Province  FJlfiy carloads of Ash—more than a million |H)i;intM~~are sliipptti annifal? ly friuu llig River, in NortH«^rn Sas-kuichiiwan, to points in the I'nited Slates. I.HtKe quantities of flsh are Hl>o shipped from that point throughout the various centres lii the western IMiniiMM's for home consumption. Tills xftu shlpnu'nt« of Western i'anadlan tiish havi) be«Mi inaile direct to l^s An'^ pclen. I'rtlil.  ! Insect Bites.  lie«' Slings, mosquito bites, vie. are Ri-eatly relieved by applying Minard's.  ConfUntiy Increasing Traffie Makes | Thia Work Necessary |  My Ing of a new trans-Atlantic tele-^  Arrhia ' again able to do  Across Auaanc my housework .and liave aot sineo  had any ret^U of tho4rduble/*  Dr. WilltaiKs* Pink Pills are sold by all modl^^ iMlers. or will be sent by nmlli at M^itts a box by .The D^; »,.»„1, kw»«... V 1 . Willianla' liodlclno Co., Brockvilif, graph cable between New Vork andiOnt. A llttio booklet "What to Eat  U>ndon. which will be operated at, and Wow to Eat," will be sent free to eight times the spt'ed of any now in '«ny address for the asking, use between these points was begun. ■ '  by the Western I'nlon Telegraph Com-! ^«'U  pany. ' j ^^ tbo  The cable laylng ship Colonla, |arg-«»d Northeastern Railway rec-erft of Its kind In the world, was at ^n Paper oscillation and Jolts felt nay Rob€>rts, Newfoundland, ready-to j^iurinft high speed travelling, it thug bi»gin laying the section between that «"«veals and locates defects in tho point and Penzance. England. Tt»e ^rack which aro not visible.  section between New York and New- * .............. -  fout^dland will be laid after the trans-i If you would en|oy much, scatter oceanic portion Is completed. i much enjoyment.  This new cable, made ntHressary by mmfS'smmmmmBm!'^ I the constantly Increasing traffic be  tween the two countries, will transmit  2,500 letters every minute, or approximately 12 a nwcond. ■ !  -—r—^ ' .  Clerk.—"Mr. Stern. I think I would like a better position io this office." .  Th^ Boss — 'Well., why don't you try putting both feet on your desk Instead of one?"  Nor NMrt  Palpititeli Slio Had  W 1-.<TF.RN FARMS WANTED BV{ A wireless amateur In Ottawa hoard J' ^.buytMu who will deal with own- bagpipes broâdtfast ftwm Abordeoo. ei -i only i)o not pay big commission. Kevoriheiess.'bo Is not glvlnc no his  Wejn. r Schiifroth. J27 Davlsoo, Hy- h^k^r ' " land Park. Mich. ihoohy.  FAliMsi WANVEI^ ftY CASH BUY-IMS Describe fully and state idwi St pi lc^. II.. Webster, 614 Royal. Niny We^^iminster, B.C.  Corns aro caused by the protsaro of tight boots, but ao ono iiood br troubled with them long when so simple a remedy as Holloway's Com Remover is available.  W. N. f. 1634  Hornrimmed spectacles are a complete dlssulse /or Sir Austin Chamberlain. He usually wears a moDocld'iu hU. righ^ ey«.  I Minard's' tinimfnt for bffrno  M/ troabie was sausod from ever.' wo^ 'aad wo^y hgvtef > bet« l«||, almo wttib .a tm lMÍ#. I witboiit  b^ 3NW* wàplwKMi  I Imlwt tî^y,  «iMb  ■OfTMt'  TbMo PiUs ar* for salj^ at all dnif>  (Ists aad dealsrs; vat' » oaly Iw gl T. Wlbnra Ctai. Tomt%  Plan Snnuner Hotel  At Spitilierf en  Will Be  m guests and will be ready for occupancy either next summer or at the latest In lft28," ho said. "So far wo havo no name for It, but as most of its guests will arrive by aeroplane from Northern Europe, we will advor tiso It as 'Tho Aeroplane Hotel.'  *'Its main impose will bo to accom nodato American anU Europeans who wlsb to s«o a real Arctic summer. bUi at most aviation mon say ^ that com-mordi^Vfilibfs from ¿uropo to ^apan will soon bo mado regularly across tbo polo, #0 may bavo their passongers to tako cars of. At all oventa it will bo the flrfV thoroughly modem hot«! In ibo ArcUc."  The uso of Miller's Worm Powders insures healthy children so far aa tho alijments attribuUblo to worms aré concemod. A high mortality among children la traceable to worma. Tboso sap the strength of Infants so that tbey aro unable 'to maintain tho battle of lifb, jmd sugtumb to weakness.- . Tbla preparation gives promise of healtn and keeps It.  Insroaso In Grain ahlpmonla Shipments of Canadian grain to British and Bmypean porta during  winter season from Saint John totalled 17,38S.000 bushels, an increase of moro than 4,000,000 bushels over .the season 1924-20.  After 10 Voart' of Aithma Dr. J. D. Bllot^s Astbi^a Rouiedy proved the only KWiof for one gmteful user, and this is but ono auto among many. Llttio w<mdor that It bas now become tho ono recognlsod remedy on the mar. kot It bas oarood its fame by its noTor falling offtetlmess. ft la oati^iic H tMgy^ aa 'it bas done for  asthsM  •alt >¥olla At Port MoMurray Tbo salt wqlls at MoMurray now being dOTolopod by the Alberta Salt Company, aro ' pi^uclng twenty-five tons of salt daily, acoordlog to advices recolvod, Tho supply Is abundant, two seams ranging in thickness from m tot«r fftertitfw béiiit miued, at & depths from SOO^to 800 feet  If every man eould believe everything be boars about ovorybody else mueh botwr bo would think  bimsoif than bla aetibbors.  ^ A man follows precedent as long as tt benofits bim.  ^Xfl. f'^ Ohiibialna.^  Chilblains corno from undue exposure to slusb and cold and frost bite from tbo Icy winds of winter, in tho treatment of either an excellent preparation 1» Dr. Thomas' Eelectrip OH. as it cottotoracts tbo Infiammatkm and re-lloiros tbo plin. The action of the oil la prompt aud Ita application is ox-tremoly, simple.  k ValM « U. M OMprt  Only Tuvo OHior Voara ixoood Pro*  iuspioii Por im Tbo fliboriiHi produedon of Britisb ColumMa In USI bad a total Valuo of •UlSOm eompaiod witb I2USTJIT  Murt tbe biiruàu (tf sfatí^Éi. ifiirti woipt Ibf Tgteo M m M mgrkoiod. wbo^bor sirid f^  ,BHllMip»|tlisii, tmk mmêé, m^  Hfgimoid.  # iftsl et m mm IUI «ìi  . ^gfiMiiia ê^gtm h^^ 'obolcò lm0mÊm,-%â' vatao ^.Ita imdaeit la lisi MMiMìrtò 111^.141 Tbo  tetal pMk otaaloÉoa la ifSS comprtaod  i^imm  Tfsts bavo b«oa mado tbat ièow tbat limimo lifb om V at  IMiartto Uaii^iii «M^ Jbslmj|iti  Bh AÄ Ibeesii«  "siflf jlwSEfÌSi '  " V   

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