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Creston Review Nov 19, 1909

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 *���������" "    i *c, "-y \  r  ��������� the, f^ews  of -the - ^  Creston  District  "Vf* /"  > -.  r    )'  ,-��������� I ������.  All" Rdads -in East and'West Kootenay   Lead   to   Creston  -"N.Vl*������->   . ���������t*WW������  X .^,   A  ^  r  AdckSSS 10?  $2.00 a Tear  NO."'14." '' 2ND  Y������AR.  CRESTON; B.C., 'FRIDAY, NOV. 19,  1909  Single CoPiSS'Se:  ra^D^^^^^^^g @*  fflBiaag*^^  - If you Purchase your Footwear  Here.  Yip wilt miss all risk of dtssaiisfaction  isau  and  See*.  {  **>  V^r*y������   >-������*v*l  ij>ee t/fe*"*  Lines in Men's? Ladies and Children's Shoes*,  School Children to give Concert  There ���������will be a sohool concert on Xmas  .   , eve, in the Oreston Auditorium, comm-  ������ncing at 8 o'clock sharp.     On account  '   of so many young children taking^parc  in the performance, an  effort  -will  be  *  made to .start on the stroke of the clock.  The program -will be an   elaborate one,  -   consisting of acantutaby the children,  entitled i "Xrr������.s -with the Pixies,"   fan  ��������� drill and other attractions. ^ Admission,  SOcta.   Don't fail to be present and  see  > *   ' *- > -  - -    for yourself how the future residents ot  ''''<   Crestonctfuperform- >-*���������������' - >������-��������� ...  ini a  nrnrnTin-*."  w \ iuf  111  !*>      '',{/!..'/   '/Afl,    t&*      . ,    ..rf  "' * Suhnyside'i^Rancn  -   '  j,-e������     ,   iw-"*h.  il ���������.   *r\K$    'VliS.*  Hf  One of theT������iany drawing cards m the  ' V^^o!%lii^^ the  <*>v> 'v'*"gtJhnyeidO'Baafl!^'4^i#' by-.Syrians  and Son.' I;lies-'jueff four miles vrest of  r    "  town and is a block of fruit land of ICO  acres. .A portion of this\property has  *   seen plaaisd is trsos, there being. 360  ",      * trees in'ali, of, which 20,0 arePyoung trees  and 160 are 'now bearing*.   With Messrs.  - Simmons and Sons the, Northern Spy is  |     a great favorite.   This particular species  tnkes eight years tp develop: The Gravr  CANDIDATE *   GIVES  * SPLENDID  ; EXPOSITION OF McBRlDE^S  ,  RAILWAY POLICY  James K. Schofield, accompanied hy  $0RjD^H,,,Cliap^anT, of .Trail/ arrived"  hereton'meiioon train*'Wednesday fi"*om  fthkWfe'^"^*^*- ^ong.'President of  the'-** Liberal-Ocdtefcrvativa-* Association,  oF^CVest'on.JhaU^'p'r^viously received > a,  J-*'*      * * /-f}**������a*   t fi,t^. .,        ^ a  8TST*s^wlo&^$i&ir-������i!}b Mr. Scfao&eld  would be hero and a meeting of the~vot-  ers of this district was called to be held  in the Mercantile Hs*ll at 8 p^.mr      A A  In stoite of the somewhat short' notice,  which did not allow, of * much/ preparation, and although a -heavy snowstorm  had eovered.the roads to adeDthof-eighfc  inches,- rendering travelling difficult, tho  hall'was filled with a representative and  enthusiastic audience of some two, hun-  fl'om the platform over Mr. Speers' store.  I will endeavor to the best of my ability  to tell you what the MoBride Government purpose to do during the next session.   The railway policy of the Govern-  meat pros ides for the building Of a railway from the extreme eastern confines  of the province   at  Yellowhead  Pass,  down to a place known as English Bluff,  near Vancouver, thence by boat to Syd-  Npey, thence west to Barclay Sound; in  all a distance of sis hundred miles. The  promoters of this ro-jd aro the Canadian"  Northern Railway,- the principals being  Messrs, "Mackenzie and Mann.    The oth-  er proposition is what is known* as* the  Kettle" Yalley, running from Midway  teiniinus to the Boundary divisioaof the  O. P. R. at Kootenay, Connecting with  the main line of the C. < P. R. at,. Spen-  twenty Ihousnnd men, whereas he hud  only got two thousand and ho cannot  understand the policy of tho McBride  Government, whioh by tewing out this  Asiatic labor delaving the completion of  tho rond by ths pppoin**ed tune. Mr.  McBride told this gentleman he was extremely feorry, but he could not see his  way to allow ths breaking of the agreement regarding the employm-jufc of Asiatics, and that unless this was adhered  to the Government would retain their  reversionary rights in the townsite  lands.  -������������������{The proof of the pudding is in the  eating, and I simply bring these facts to  your notice to show that the MoBride  Government have protected and are still  protecting the rights of the white working man or Brilibh Columbia, Our opponents soy, 'Why does not tbe line run in  via Hope, connecting with a line run  through from the Kootenay and make a  direct short coast Kootenay railway ? '  Ono of the reasons is that modem railway builders are looking for the least  gradients. The Canadian Northern  struck a mean gradient of two-fifths of  one per cent.; the Grand Trunk Pacific  have four-fifths of one per cent.; the C.  P. R. something over one per cent.,  which means that where the Canadian  Northern can han! a thousand tons of  freight the Grand Trunk Pacific cau  only handle eight hundred tons and the  C. P. R. four hundred tons with the*  same power. This in itself iu������ a feature  which proves to me that if the C. P. R.  can pay its bonds, the Canadian Northern, with the grades in its favor, giving  steaming economy in working, should  be able to do so.  * j.ix .L^&uriA   nu    uux    jLxu.DLAx.a.1   loovyuiUca  and the guarantee of $31,000,000, our  ^critics pay that this will imperii tho'cred-  it of the province. "We, as you are  aware, came into power with a provin-  cii.1 'debt of ������11,000,000. 'At the present*  day the debt is $9,000,000, and there ia  now over $4,000,000 in the piovincial  treasury. Yesterday and today at a land  sala in Vancouver of some 600 acres of  laud,-"Ehe province has beeu enriched by  $0,000,000 -more. Gentlemen, from these  two groups of land we have sufficient to-  pay off our debt and to meet our '-total,,  guarantee for the building of 'the Canadian Noi thern railway.   Does any, in-  ��������� THe Intelligent Voters of Ymir County ������  ILL VOTE    ^'~ " A  bUK   ���������  J. H. SCHOFIELD is a supporter of tho'McBrido Government, which has rescued the finances'of British Columbia irom the chaos in which they were loft by previous  inefficient Governments.  4>  J. H. SCHOFIELD is a supporter of the McBride-Rail-'  way Construction Policy, which means more railways and  more prosperity for British Colr���������w^  ehstein as well as tho Snow and Yellow  Transparent, -whioh latter is an early j ared voters when Mry Long  tobk^the  apple, also do well at Sunnyside Ranch;   chair  Besides apples, Messrs' Simmons "and  Sons have tho Bartlett pears growing in  great profusion, also plums of -various  kinds, including tho Niagara plum,  ���������whioh carried off o prize nt the frnit exhibit at Oreston on Labor Day, last September. , On, ,tho Sunnyside Ranoh it  is no nnodrnmop. thing to tako two boxes  of apples off trooB 'only six years bid.  * Mr.'Irwin Simmons, the* junior owner  i    * ���������  of this vulnahle estate, says that grapes  will grow well hero on jtholr land- >   Tho,  fruit land owned hy Messrs. Simmons  Hud Sons is indood ono of tho attractions  of'llie district. ' '    '    '  FOR SALE���������A SetofrHoavy Harnoss,  also Sot of Bob Sleighs, oboap. Apply  A. B, Attwood. -, i  After a brief introduction in which he  stated that, seeing Mr. Schofield was so  well known among them and Jiore to  spoak for himsolf, there.wassno_necessity  for a Bpeech from, him. * Tho* chairman  called upon Mr. Sohofleld to address tho  mooting in explanation, of 'the Railway  Polioy of tho Government, and to givo  on account of his stewardship during tho  timo ho had represented the, diatriot in  the lost session of tho Provincial Hontc.  Mr. Schofield thou took the platform,  and amid loot) cheers, said:   UI havo a  distinct repollootlpn nearly three years  ago now of coming into this town, a  stronger in"*a straugo land,   lnlso have  a very distinct recollection oC tho first  timo I addressed .a' political  mooting  Creston Lumber  > ' ' .-,  ^Manufacturing Co. Ltd. |  I.. "  ^t������^iwij'tki:''L**L'j^'i,i'ii!iJLUij,ai|**mitfg*������  ���������ntii������nwii������ii������iimnii"iim-iiu���������I"���������'  iMMIWttliiWMMMHHIErtiM���������rf  * \  i"** J. ^v .-. fl -  csauvjiv  ^4?  juompie.ie  '���������:"\ ROUGH  'and  ; ���������   v  DRESglEB vLUp^ER;: ?,;  fi^'������i^i*fr|ti^'������MHj**CT.ai ' V*  ,u*>.>i������.^������>M������^������.������iw,������.Mi,������a.tim������<t.���������������������������' ������������������:]'���������.,  ''   ' "'( ���������-C.^'^'X. '���������':':���������������:'   ' ''  1   Sxiisf&ctioh (yisaranteed  .-'   -;''     ' - v  yduon  v;^r6mpt',ifi4Hmtipn-,-  !Mt^us Fidure  TO, BOX 24  CRESTON; B.C  ':\ "���������'������������������������������������:' ���������-'"   ;,aa  wmmmiwmim  ,   ,.������������������;���������������������������>- ',-.'��������� '-!.:r:-'..'.--.''.-i-  ���������'   '*. '���������    if  I.  "cosvfcsridge      ' r. *      ~*   *  J,Mr. Mann came to the Premier, with  his proposition' of extending the line be-  tsweeu "these points which I have referred  to and asked what assistance could be  oxpectsd.*   as a result of this cotiferfl������t*e  a tentative agreement wns arrived at,'  yrhioh read as follows:  Mr, Maun was  to build this 600 miles and was to commence active-wotk within {hree months  from the signing of the bill, to proceed  with the work continuously and com-  'plefce tbe,saflie in --four .-years.   The G ov-  ernment guarpn^eiha" the bonds of this  railway "for���������^60&-Tai4les "at f the rate  of  ���������$85,pp0 per "mUe.t'amount'ing in all to  $31,000,QOp;:fXs/'sGcnrity the Province  receives a first morij-jago on the lino of  the Canadian Northern^-com the EaBtern  boundary of ^ the province to Barolay  Sound,   It is said, that this guarantee is  too muchf-th^t i<j .will impair the credit  of tno prdvinpe..' The Provhice of Manitoba, withqhtfany natural Resources, ob  compared ^ith British,Oolhrn^ia, made  a guaraniee'.ol^ branch lines to the sum  of $15,000,000.* ^Tho'EroviErco of Alberta  gu'arantcdd on brauoli lines to tho extent  of ip2l),0001,obo/and,othei*\provincos have  made guarantees of a Bimilnr nature.  The resonrcos of  British  Columbia in  timber, mines and agriculturalhmds are  infinitely superior to thoso of any othor  province in tho dominion;   yet wo are  told that this province cannot afford to  gunranteo  a pultry $31 000,000,   when  theso othor provinces, inferior iu ftuiiuo-  inl rosourooHi havo Huoocssl'uily guaranteed for larger amounts.  "Tho Premier nlso mnddtho following  conditions: Ist���������That you will commence tho road within throo months and  complete it within four years; Sud���������  Thut all tiupplioa bought for that railway BhnU be purohnsed in British Col-  uinMliiasfaraspomiblo; Urdr-Thut tho  rate of wages paid on this .wprlc shall bo  tbo sumo ns have bcuh paid in similar  woik iu the neighbouring portionsof tho  pi-'Vhiao; .ith���������That no Ashitio labor  shall be unod iu the oounrruotlou of this  road, Mx. Maun is, I believe, tho Uwa  man who' iw������ iizi hichCtJ ^^t; t.tr������nu-  ounly ufinliibt jthoso opuditionB. JJo oays:  'If ioaniiOL'gOt N-Miito rniou. enough u>  build a railway, J \vill 'mop buildliiK  i.iiliWii'-.iJtujabwu*1 Ju tfiil.., jii^l.mcc  ���������i'ii iusls).iiig niion tiliOBoobndltioitrt for (ho  proto<)U'Qi^o^ ih lhtititth Col-  uuibiit/I'reniiiir Albiirido in only curvy-  lug oil tho polioy whipU ho lius always  iidn'orud, toi," 'Proiiiiia* Molirido inwbloil  upon a eimlli*ir whUVhibm' nhdorHtitnd-  ing,with ti'^G. fi.v' P, Hallway boforo  ngceoing to noil'' to that company thu lu-  diwi ln*ndn^*rc^n)Hd by  tbiim  for tint  tovyuBlttfof Priuoo Ruport,   I noed not  tull yoa thnt Ur, Wainwrlfiht of the G.  T, I������, only ii short timo ago, utatod that  ho doplqrod thii plitu taken by the Pro-  iTlts^r-tCfcrrrr-r^t.   He hftd work fo***  ���������    '.���������>������������������;*'"    .-������������������.;.���������. i  ���������-.-��������� ,   ..     '   ���������  ord in tho face of these figures to lay "Out  oui^meney for tho fjarther ^Afevolop-me^  of our great province? *We he,v6 |;he  greatesc province" in this dominion,  thanks to the inastorly financial policy  of tha McBf^de Government, ^the finnn-  #  J.-H SCHOFIELD has been instrumental in securing  for Ymir County our present splendid public roads and  many other improvements in this district.  '   J. H. SCHOFIELD is personally known to all as a man  ol integrity,1 with a stake ,in Ymir County and in Britihh1  Colnmbia,  and* his record  as a Public Representative is  silver white from  the Rocky Mountains to .the Pacific  Ocean.   His interests and ouriaterests are identical.  ) -     _ -.,.   ,,  "J. H. SCHOFIELD>is a- worthy representative ior any  . constituency, a splendid business man, sopporfciag* ������ safe,  sound and Conservative policy.   -      <* *   ~~.  J. H. SCHOFIELD stands for a'White British Columbia J  &  ces of British Columbia are today "ia a  better condition than ever beioro in the  histpry of the provicne; and we cau'well  afford to'take a forward step. , I ,do- -not  kno;v that-I oan tell yoa anything, more  about tho railways; I think I have given you ail the facts.        . '     ���������,--'*" r",  '^Tne ,vote on Local rOption 6-^vill take  place iu.jnst the same way as ihe, vote  for the candidato. There will be diffor-  eut colored ballots and a aeperate ballot  liox, and if the majority 'of the votQs{cast  for the candidates also go in" favor of Looal Option, then a Local Opjtion bill-will  bo ptit through tho House.        , ,     '  '  "Row, gentlemen, in regard' to) my  course in the House during the last three  years. 'I havo endeavoured to givo on  equal measure of justice to. every man,  irrespective of country, residence or  ovood. I havo endoavoured to have improvements dono to tho boat advantage  for tho comniunity. T hayo yofc to hnvo  a man toll me that I havo broken my  pledged word, I havo, yofc to mnko a  voto in tbo Houho thnt*I would change.  Thoro have boon a nnmbor of^opialisfcio  mensuros which I did nob bolievo to be  ^n the intoreats of  organized .labor.   I  have voted against these and I am glnd  to find that Wy^nnion supporters xiphoid  me in this,   If I'seoure  your votes on  this occasion���������and i >>tn   onnndent*   this  'v,i i  will be the case-���������my course in the future  will be straightforward as in the past.  I must thank the oitizons of Oreston  for what they havo'done for me in the  psBt, and I trust that, on the 35th of November you will thinlc that X havo  tried to do my duty (loud and continued  ,  ������       .        .Oil     ��������� i  applause). , r v  Mr. Sohofield answered sev-t-nd questions put by Mr. -Liudley and My. J.  Mnckio in n convincing mannor. Fred.  Littlo also spoke a few words in fnvor of  Mr. Sohofleld and tho railway polioy, '  The chairman put the resolution of  confidence in James H. Schofield nnd  tho McBride Government, whioh was  oarried unanimously. Throe cheers and  a tigor for Mr. Sohofiold nod tho McBride Government wero n fitting olono  to the largest political gathoring over  hold iu Croston.  V-"*'**.*  WUtl/H  X,J3**>. a������x>t<!4ie  teiM'Pre*  , '$e$t **Tke 'Sqaazu Man*'  .���������*������*  meetiug Of  kUMCUl  'Dramotio Club Vas hol^L on   Tuesday  ��������� ** c  evehihg, when it was deoidod to, ^>nt oa  .apiay entitled "The Sqnavr������Mah|" at  OhriBfeoiBS time. This is a drama ia  'three actB, d*esoriptivo of life to'the west  with a strong plot, and hripafalof hn-'  morons ond exbiting sitnationB, being  warranted" to keep- tho audience in ft  state of enthu������ii)t*sm from beginning to  ond.   The part������ are- to ho nlloted and ro-  Tho McBrido Government will have  an overwhelming majority. , What will  this district over get if wo electa Socialist?  hcaraals will ccimmanco at once,  ABifc is fntojnded to devototho proceeds of tho noxt porformonce, after do.  dnoting expenses, to tho Board of Trade,  for the purpone of dnBtalllng an efllciont  firo brigado,   with moaern and. up-to-  date applians������6jS, it in hoped thattnepnb-  Uo will givo tho -members, of tho olub  thoir hearty support in ondoavonrlng to  mako this.perlormaiiioo a hoge t"aoceH8.  Tho objoot is a -worthy ono and tho  necessity fo*1 flro nrbtootion is most nrg-  ont.   Therofoco do yonr Bharo in holp.  'ing tho good work along.       v  WALK-OVER dress shoes are noted for lhelin< parked individuality  and character* .''  %������ styles' Ufa.cornet and refinedj>  comfortt Is certain and the quality*.  trittortift * equivalent to say tag that",  ifiey are sure fo\sallsfy all the demands of the. most fastidious buyer* '  ��������� WALK-OVER Shoes are jnade  for eltery day of the nveck, and, for  EVERY WEEK,:   ...,.;���������   .y^A,,,., '  :, .   yy'A.A,-''>foi' A .-;,--, .  - -AyA'AV,;  y������,^-..������,������:i������..;..������i.'ii mwvm'limu-mn,***.,.���������'.���������������������'v*miul*m*m .  <l>  1 .T X  111!  Creston oh������������������ ^. M?M!y  ^j^aaMtgS'iJBia  i.'ga.i.'.i'.iJ'Biwajiw.  ';������i.*,v.-������i!!/;^:7;s:;f-.iir-Sa  r<-,.5 'i-1  a  ���������ft  ^i^fr31^^  I  Wagiik^Vffl  uma;  Evening gowns for the autumn and |  ���������winter already indicate that there is to  be a decided change fiom the exaggerated styles of last winter. There is  still marked individuality, but the too  coabpituoiis effects th.it were becoming  to so few women and required to be so  c������iio*ull** inj-dc <������*e no longer t*oinm.iiul-  cd by Dame Fashion as the only possible uicile of dress.  The one piece evening gown is no long-  eh the* only style, and in truth'there are  any number olA extremely smart evening  go-.ns now being made with skiit and  waist separate. Theie aie die-*smakers  who assert that only the separate waist  and skill should be made up, but this i������  too sweeping a command, for if the one  piece effect is the mors becoming then it  should be chosen, and in consequence the  modified ������mpue gown of Iat������c yeai,  modified to be on the latest lines,-is  not to be rashly discarded by . any  means, and if dealt with gently and  carefully wiil still '���������>"* extremely smart.  The sheath gown will require much more  attention to be brought up to dare, for  ino;e material will be needed to give the  required width of skirt, and the waist  iniu^i be more clearly denned, oven, when  the .material hangs*from the trinuuing  or folds of the waist.  Once again is the long waist considered desirable, but in the strange subtlety  of <ii> modern dress the long "rais"; line  is litoie suggested that emphasized, for  although., as hi*** been said, last year's  line-, r.re no longer in fa ror. the straight  lines have by no means gone quite out j  of style, and the fashionable figure is ���������  still slender and narrow, aa effect only  possible- with the straight draperies.  Skirts   of   evening gowns   are   inueh j  v\dei r.nd longer, with ihe train almost  exaggeratedly long, while in front  and}  at the sides "the skirt mii3t be long en-!        _     oygh to more than touch the ground.' more a"nd moJ^ ^ conservative taste  Tit* newest models are most gracetu. . forgmg ahead. Gaudv. garish trim-  and effective, with their long sweeping mings> ^^ made ^ of poor quality,  tiains. and m spite of their added width are ^ eliminated from even the  are so cleverly designed that they make    , of possibiUtiee   while the ^^^  the wearer look slender. Heavier mater-( qna������tity of good .work* and fine materials aie used than last season xae sat-* ial ^ ^ substituted. Hand work and  wr are of heavier quality, and brocades haad emb^id-_ _f .,, ^^ _ad des.  an* being shown. The favorite weaves ot ������_;..,.,���������-_- ..^ * ������������������ ��������� ���������J������r Ti.  satin have quite a lustre and look much ������??*������ ������ILTI *2P- ?- *������* **������'  rfchoVnarflast veart, while there are ������"������*fc dcsigns are daintier than e*er  wany old friends nWong the new de- aad WIie ?ork> ������*. possible, better. A  Bigm*. but with new names.   In spite of"  nament of rhinestoncs aud jet directly in  the fiont of tho waist also serves to  lighten the perhaps too dull black. The  sleeves, of pink tulle, fit close to the  arm and do not reach to the elbow,  and are finished by a broad band of the  rhine-atone embroidered jet. The effect  is tliat of a jewelled bracckl worn above  the elbow, for the tulle, or chiffon if  that be tisvd in place of tulle, shades  so closely to the color of the skin that  it requires rather caTeful inspection to  discover any sleeve below the jet bands  on the shoulders.    '  Another of the new models displays  an entirely new style. The long skirt  is of bright blue satin, fits close to the  figure without being in the least ex-  aggcraledlv tight, is cut to give quite a  high waisted line, but with the line  pointed ba<**-; and front and outlined with  rhhieatones and jet embroidery. The  body of the waist is of blue chiffon over  mauve and with jet and rhinestone embroidery a*nd is in the soft fichu folds  that are so becoming. Just where they  cross in front is a large silk rose, the  petals of which contain eyery color used  in the gowr* and trimmings. It is a severely plaiu gown iu its lines, but the  richnes and beauty of color and material make it one of the most unusual and  distinctive models of the season, while  at the same time being one of the most  practical, for it can be modified and arranged to suit either a stout or slender  figure, and a change of color or material wil! make it possible to secure quite  a difference in cost, only it must always  be remembered that the simpler and  more severe the design chosen for an  evening gown the more imperative it is  that the materials be carefully ohosen.  The demand for, rich embroideries of  all kinds has by no means abated,   only  boots, and every .accessory, fine  becoming, a girl will cut as fetching a  figure any day as the wearer of frills  and trails. Besides the fussy things '  have a way of growing shabby unless  much money (or perfect slavery) is expended. And while tailored novelties  arc constantly offered, the plainer,  smarter effects give the best satisfaction as a rule.  <���������������/vt* nr rt ' ������������������' ia    * + T-n/a    * rT/*\tv������ivtini **|-������ ���������*'*��������������� '' ; : ������u#* l/iwinl ���������  ������_> v������ ������������*"*  .. ��������� ���������***.   -    f������*u  .     x*v������ i������u>Mi wjr.*&a&    -    .. AtHJL VI* l iu t j  either the plain wide wale variety or  other fabrics that suggest this much-  favored weave. A very modish zibcline  is but this effect, with the addition of  silky, hair-like threads- "What looks to  be a broad-cloth has the surface treated  so that it shows a wide \yaio diagonal  effect. Then there arc heavy silk serges  in the coarse, wide-wale weave.  and } ed���������thp magazine supporters and.favorable replies poured "in.  NOVELTIES IN  FINGER BOWLS  Some novel ideas are to be the fashion in finger bowls this fall. The finger  bowl iteelt will not be changed, unless  a tendency toward the substitution of  silver bowls for glass ones among those  who can afford it can be called a change.  The innovations aro in the eont-iits of  the bowl itself. Instead of plain water  water mixed with a geiU-irous quantity  of toi'et water will bo used in the finger  bowl, or, if desirable, any sjentvu liquid  can be used. This is a dainty idon, and  one    that is not a luxury   beyond tho  cheap.  The sliced lemon is in vogue a-, tin  accessory to tho contents of the linger j  bowl. As a subsitut*? an orange cm  be used. Orange water will be pie-  ferrcd by son**, and a sliced orange  looks prettier in the finger bowl than a  sliced lemon. The oddest fancy of all  is one that the Japanese celebrities now  touring the country are partly responsible for. I is an Oriental idea, but has  been welcohned warmly in this country.  A lozenge is placed by the side of the  finger bowl. To all outward appearances it is a plain lozenge. But as soon  a-s it is dropped into the water in the  finger bowl it dissolves, and in its place  appears as if by magic a dainty flower  with an attractive aroma. It is a  charming fancy, and one that is sure  to become a permanent innovation at  well-ordered tables.  loof king heavier in weight and richer in  quality theie new fabrics are singularly  soft and pliable, os that they can be  soft nnd pliable, so that tliey can be  trcnioly light weight charmeusc satin  that in the clinging Empire and princess  7*oyi ns has had such a wonde "  long, lived popularity.  The. double box pleats     in the back,  about    two   inchcB  apart, 'arc   to     be  noted  iu  th-i    newest  evening    gowns.  ThcBC can be fastened uppn   the waist  just under the shaped folds or   the flat  trimming of the waist, or can start from  tho natural waist line, hidden under the  girdle, or again tho draped folds of tho  waist, in this instance draped to give the  long waistcd effect. The lining of    Lite  skirt receives careful     attention,     and  many  of the newest  skirts      are lined  throughout with chiffon or soft silk, the  lining often attached, not in a separate,  and always of some contrasting color. A  moat effective model in black satin    is  lined  throughout with roso pink.    Tho  wiiiflt iH cut exaggerated low and filled  in to the customary lino of the low cut  waist,   first  with  crosecd  folds of  roso  pink   iratin   and   above   the   satin   folds  of tulle the samo shade of pink. In this  pink foundation, or just below it, as is  (he more boconiiug,  aro  bands of open  satin has foi it? only trimming an inch  wide border around the "top of the waist  in pink silk and silver cord. The same  is on the sleeves anu, if so desired, when  cost is not considered, finishes the hem  of the skirt. Nothing could be simpler,  -_*"i"XXr.i t yfit the gown is easily distinguished from  C1" "** ' among many others by its distinctive  individuality and simplicity.  NEW SUITS ABE  SHORT.  Suits are short, and  many elaborate  tailored coat  costumes are  so,  though  women who have several elect to have  one trailing. A cloth or velvet, coat costume, suitable to  wear to  fashionable  weddings aad daytime receptions, will be  mado trailing, especially fori   matrons.  | But let no girl who has but one hand-  I some cent rig be so foolish as io have  the  skirt eut long, thus  rendering the  suit in which she should  shine nearly  every day  a  semi-useful possession,  in  which she blossoms out but seldom, and  for which she pn-ys dearly "by wearing  an inferior suit too much of the time.  It is possible to be just us smart in  an absolutely* plain, short tailor-made  as in a trailing costume-. Of course, it  must ho of fine cloth, finely tailored  and absolutely immaculate. With a  work *i-"t'pttKiK>mciiterie, the passomenter- { handsome and becoming hat and blouse  io enlivened with cotmtlesR rhinestoncs (or guinipc) j a smart veil, perfectly rid-  of the most brilliant quality. A largo or-   justodj beautiful, well-fitting, gloves nnd  FOLIAGE POR THE WINDOWS  ^iany rooms which have not the light  necessary for succeas with flowering  pktaits during winter aie well adapted  for the culture of what are termed fine  foliage plants, such as are. grown for  their ornamental foliage and fine habit*.  A partly shaded window is just whit  home of our finest specimens of ferns  delight in, and when associated with  hyacinths or tulips or other bulboti.  plants, a charming effect ean be obtained. Take a plant or two of some pretty  fern and plaee alongside a few plants  of different colored hyacinths'and nothing can surpass for modest- beauty a  window so filled, especially if nature i">  elothed in her winter garb. Such littlo  additions to home'adornment make for  pure delight and add to every one's plaa-  sure.  Terns arc easily cultivated if a fev*  details are observed. Growing in their  native habitat they are, for the mn'-t  part, found in shady . positions,' where  uurjjig tiieir growing period ^������-cy hoxo  an abundance of moisture at their root*,  therefore, under cultivation, a shady  window is for most kinds more suitable  than a sunny one, and uuvlug their season of growth a good supply of water  at the roots is demanded. While it is  necessary for their success to have an  abundance of water, they are very impatient if grown in a stagnant soil, and to  prevent this they require perfect drainage.  Not only is drainage a necessity with  fern-j, but it is absolutely necessary with  all window or green-house plants after  they have reached a -*o-'tain si������a. Few  plants do we know except aquatic that  succeed in ������t soil from which the water  docs not pass off free-ly. Plants growing in pots six inches in diameter oy  over should have good drainage. This  may be dona by placing over the ho'lm in  the bottom of tho pot, a piece ofAbroken,  pot, nnd over this a handful of smaller  pieces of the sam-a material. Fill-about  one-fourth of the pot iii this ��������� ninwirier..  Ths mo-it suitable soil for ferri-s consists of n mixture of lenf mold (found  under fences and in woods), sand dud a  littlo hmw.  Never use too large pat*** for fern-*i,.',ps-  pednUy the finer growing kinds.''..'-'-Aii'-ov  potting give a good, thorough watering  and'lit-'-]* shaded for a few days until  root growth eominoiiocs,"aftt*i' wlileli'th'.\v  can he moved to the "light. A  If posjjthli*, nover vvpo't* ferns until tliey  hnvo ���������'oiiinii'tici'd to grow. 'Valuable spc-j-  linen*! ui'u often lost by'Tt*|>olting while  tit rest.     Ferns generally are not very  liubl-.*  U>  in.iccts, U12 most troubli'sbmy  lining tlm brown scale, tluips and ocuii-  slnniilly, in young HhtiotH, greun fly. The  only wny of getting rid of the scale it*,  by llti'i'iilly scrubbing -mich leaf 'with an  'olil tmilh brush,���������'cure being lukeh not to  Injure it hi nny way.   Old frond*, wlien  badly infected with theso post-', should !>a  cut off.     Nothing wars tho beauty of  pin nl* more    than    dond   or   iHhwiihimI  Imuiflu-i.      Fumigating   with  .tobacco  smoke kills thh thrlp-bv fO'Oou fly-A-  l-Vnif-i'tt.s us tnulo decorations nvo ever  ���������popular nnd would bo-.very wislly grown  If peoplo would only 'Rolont such plimtn  as nre ronlly vuew-wful in'-Bupli-pa-sltlons.  The following vnrlt-tles mtiko a pleasing  eA'mblnntion, and Miiiy aro nil suitable  for-such n purpose* Pteriw llu*-l,utii. rto-  ,rls AiliimtolduH, ntitl sovornl vari'ottoi'Of  the -eviir reliable Boston fern.    ���������  All talile ferneries roqnl.ro plenty of  W.U-T find thoy nko require planty of  ;light, lleinovo !f***iiory to.a light window,  whenever it U not actually In me, ns a  table ornament, Bv following these slm?  plo directions ovdo should havo no troublo  wiih the avorngo fern. '  The ideal conditions that were planned followed .closely upon those of the  great academy. There was to be an enrollment o? Forty Immortals, and as the  constitutional law of the French Academy makes no "mention that French women should be kept out the ideal members felt that they stood very properly  in their rightfr-' places. The honor that  French women so long have coveted had  long been refused them for no better  reason than the self-imposed tiaditions  of the institute. Several members have  expressed *i perfect willingness to grant  this privilege to women; others "have  gone a step' further, and declared the  time had arrived when the doors of tho  academy ������liouiu be open to ihe great  number cf talented and gifted women  France is so proud of.  Thbt the French Academy doors will  before long bo thrown open to distinguished French women worthy of all  honor and high placo is a foregone conclusion. Tito number of such women has  increased too rapidly for the narrow policy of tho present members to bo much  longer supported by the majority with  any settle of dignity or justice,  JUST ABOUT HATS.  Women are "slaves of fashion" only  up to a certain point. They will accept  an exaggerated stylo so long as it proves  becoming. But, having actually suffered  from their own -.:gl������nas3 under tho inil-  linery monstrosities of the past season,  thoy are not in iinmediatc danger of  repeating  expensive  mistakes.    **  Inunonse hats, some of great bjsauty,  arc still to be had by the women who  ran carry them, but among fall showings are plenty of small hats and turbans for those to whom these styles are  most becoming.  The larger hats are of tho true picture style, turning up on one side, and  down upon the other. These naturally  require  masses of  plumesand  tips.  Mustard and gold makes one of the  loveliest of the new color combinations  for hats of this description.  At the other extreme aro turbans of  velvet, which are really only small in  comparison to hats. Some of these have  a jaunty droop behind one ear, where  strings of huge beads coil and dangle.  Though of seeming- simplicity, these  head coverings are not necessarily of  small cost.  Between large and small are some  lovely pressed shapes of felt and beaver, offering splendid opportunities for  fitting faces of any type. The rough  beavers are to be worn with new rough  suitings, the satiny felts are to accompany smooth broadcloth gowns. There  are still a few drooping br-iais, among  them the poke bonnet for smooth and  fair young faces.  For between seasons are beautiful  silk hats made upon frames.Here satia  and moire, Ottoman and bcngaline, are  equally conspicuous.  ..Contrasting facings are a feature of  autumn hate designed to make them  becoming. Thus dark hats may have  tinted facings -������*/bich will reflect light-  and���������soften shadows; or colored hats  may have black facings to set off  bright-colored hair.  Trimmfings for' tailored hats an*  simple and elegant, such -as splendid  beaded bands, or flat cravat 'bows ^ of  fine velvet. Mercury wings of huge size  Our Scotch Corner  SwainJ'  A BAD DANCER.  Two poor men from the Isle of Skye,  on their wily to the low country, entei-  ed tho English Chapel, Inverness, one  RimdHy rooming, and, peeing an empty  P������*w, they entered and sat down. Soon  nibor, tuC gC'iitiC'itiiiit -to whom the pow  belonged entered, just as tho organ began lo play, and seeing the stranger1** in  his place.'lie tapped-one of them on the  shoulder "as a, signal to give place; the  poor Highlander, mistaking the signal,  siiid, "Pring Dona!, pring Donal, he's a  petter dancer nor me."  JOHN .CLERK .OF EDIN.  The famous lawyer had one night been  dipping freely into convivialities with a  *fiiend in Queen street, and coming out  into the open air early in the morning,  b������ was quite confused, and unable to  loll the wny to his own house in Picardy  I'i.tee. He saw an industrious housemaid cleaning a doorstep, and went up  to her,, saying, '-Eh, my lass, can ye tell  mo where John Clerk "lives?" "Dinna  spoor at me," says the girl, "with your  noi.'t-nse, when vou'ie John Cierk'fiinx-  selV "Ay, ay." said lie, "I ken that  veia weel,'but John ClcTk wants to ken  where John Clerk lives."   '-.  3****e- OOJ1.Y,    I.T./.V. 'ln^/wU 'T.������*.  ���������    -1������������������ ���������-g,  LOOKING  FORWARD.,  Jamie Claik, horse couper, N P���������,  on his, way home from the churchyard  after his -mother's funeral, invited a few  of Ills cronies who had assisted st fhe  sad ceremony into the village inn, and  treated them to a liberal supply of whiskey. After a glass or two they got  talkative, and soon became comfortably  regaidless of worldly cares���������Jamie most  of all. With a further view- to increase  the pleasures of the present moment by  the anticipation of those that were to  come, Jamie thus addressed his cronies,  "Noo,, my freens, fan I dee I want ye  a** tae be jist as happy as we aTe the  nif-ht, an* come ye a' here an' jist enjoy  yersells in the same way." He then suddenly stopped, and after pondering deeply for a minute, looked up with an expression of sad disappointment on fiis  face, and said, "Ech! bit I wanna, be  there"���������suddenly becoming sensible that  it was impossible to participate in a  similar pleasure after his own obsequies.  BOO. YE BRUIT.  A Scotch parish minister was once  marrying a couple of farm servants,  tho bride being much older than the  bridegroom. Upon the minister asking,  "Wilt thou take this woman to be thy  wedded *wife?" no reply was made by  t.'i** man, but the bride was seen to give  a gentle nudge and a whispered boo.  Still no response;/ then she added, "Will  ye no' boo," After the -minister repeating for'the third time, "Will yoittake,"  etf., the patienco^f-i^ie bride -was ,fahly  lost, and she loudly exclaimed, "Boo, ye  bruit! can ye no* boo?"  ing a ��������� Slight einbnrrassment���������"An 'sae  ye-'io the great Thomas Campbell; are  ye? I am verra prood to meet ye, sir,  nud didna think when I left home in the  mornin' that sic a great honor was to  bcia" me." The poet felt much flattered  by this tribute; bu tconfusion took en-  by this tribute; but contusion took en-  Hotii continued: "There's no' a, man iii  Ayishiro that has the great skiiiye hae,  Mr. Campbell; and I shall be greatly  obleeged to ye if ye will come and see  my coo before ye leave this part o' tho  country, ail' let it ken if yo' can do ony-  thing for her. She's ������ jroung beastie and \  a guid beastie, and I shouldna' like to"  lose her." There was ah eminent veterinary surgeon or cow dbctor -in the  neighboring county of Dumfries,'whose  name was also Thomas' Campbell, and  the worthy woman had mistaken the  poet for this celebrated and doubtless  highly  respectable  person.  DONALD'S NOT DRY.  Tho fourth Duke of Athole, who.died  in 1830. being on a visit to Mr. Drum-  mond, of Pltkilney, was partaking of a  glass of wine in the drawing-room when,  an old Highlander passed the window  whose appearance struck his Grace,, and, 1  ho inquired who he;was:* "His name/'  replied Mr. -D., fs Donald Cameron,' and  ho "is employed'as my cow-hefd. BJe is a  singular character; A an ' enthusiastic ad-  ijjivor of the'Stuarts,' and showed" his,  attachment to them by taking the field1  in Forty-five. He knew your Grace's  uncle well." "I should like to see him,"  replied his Grace. Donald being called  in, the Duke asked him a great -many  questions, and when Donald was about  to retire, his* master filled up a glass,  lequosting him to drink the health of. '  the Duke, which Donald! immediately )i  did. A second glass* was filled up, and**/  ho was requested to empty it in honor  of the King. Donald's features assumed.' a different ehuracter, arid looking *K  archly, he asked, "Fat King?" "King  George, certainly���������the present King!"  "Weel, weel," replied Bontcid, with a  most expressive, shrug of the shoulder,  "gif that be the kings you understood,  Donald's   no* dry." - ,  TWO SNOBS.  On one occasion twa Scotch dukes  were travelling together by rail, "when  they were jqihed at one of the station*  by u youhg clerk, who got very communicative during'i/i*> journfj-. One ef the  first named" peers leaving* the train, the  3'oung clerk said' to the" other. **��������� Who t  was that very pleasant geritTeitian?" On  hi*t being informed' that iii was the Duke  of Athole, he exclaimed, "How- -very condescending* of his Grace ter speak so  familiarlv with two* such snobs as ^you  and me!" - "  ���������   - A ������ ������  CON Vi 017' uu������jui������'iie5* i*ri' OASES.  are very smart when arranged to suggest a palm leaf fan.  Color is as essential as shape to render a jiB-u upcoming * bii-jl ucxe * no woman  need make- 'a mistake, for never have  shades of greater loveliness been offered.  A SCOTCH LAWYER CAUGHT.  A northern lawyer, lately pleading in .  thus  addressed the bench:     "My  lord,'  the road, in question is of no use whatever; indeed, it is rather av nuisance, as  SU    *?Q     ���������������������������?������<���������     X*������*'*.**������'*1*rt***^-/������*J     Y-ht*"'    l^l������������r������t*'n������l������* *������rX   t%<-*������������r������  ,41-    ID    \j*-*Jj-Jl'-J'   ' l.tVliwvuV������-U>   X**J      UiMV4\gUl*-.\l,   Mt^jro  and profligate young meii and women,  't know the road." Sheriff���������You have  walked the road? Lawyer���������A hundred  times. Sheriff~You' give yourself a bad  chut actor.    .     -" ���������,  How Egy������t Wttll'Dfe^WiH* HjxbHuaf;  ���������' Orimiirais*.    * :  Cruse in Egypt .has increased to suchV  an alarming extent of late and. the ordirn.  FASCINATING PARISIAN WAT.  If lrtr������o hnl-i nro going out, as thoy  sny, why him Paris mmt this ono  over to uh n������ ono of hor latent and  **,.**.";!.*" *7ic**t  ?ti**,'1/-1"1->  It is onn of tho rnovt liwtuMful hats  shown thin mmhou, and it's ini-iilt* ot  hoavy black niolro silk, brim turned  up at ono nld������ and  hold    in  placo furo,  ug.-jJiiHt Uio crown with a. rosotto nnd  ��������� hurt, baml of gold unloon. Tho only  triinmiiiK is tho olustor of ohoioo  rif-lrloh   !"'i������hor**   In  cronm  whlto.  This hut will bo jm-Hloulnrly booom-  me* to youthful iau-m, and will look  wo 11 with  tho fnahlonablo now coif-  ���������h.' ��������� VH'"'. r~cr*r,'*V  m*xm  FEMININE IMMORTALS,  Tho womai directors of a moHt inter*  o/iti������g nnd ndvnnccd French magar.ln-0  havo propomWI to make inquiry among  tho very largo Hut of Nub������crlbors at  liirgn appealing for thoir approval of  voting n fictitious Frwnoh nendflmy. For  many yenrs thix qmwtlon has boen moot'  cd, and from time to time the mutter  has bfon bromnhod iu publio, As a literary tlwiim it Jiim always beou dn-rit-i-oii  ���������with tho ulmant enthusiasm by the brilliant literary women of Franc*. Tho formation of this fictitious nesdomy picas-*  QUAINT HOUSE! DRESS  FOR SLENDER FIQURE8.  This ia an aftorno6n frock of browii/|  cropo, tho short bIoqvob nnd low������out  yolco of which ato mado In a soft  flhoor mntorial. Tho cuimus bodioo  ia covorod with ombroldury deooralod  with tiny copnor bonds. Tho ahbuldox-i  ploco and hn.fr dooorntion nro of con-  por-colorod satin ribbon. Tho ������ormt  rufllfts which form tho skirt nro finished nt tho bottom with a simplo  horn, stltohod, This stylo la purtio-  ulnrly good for tho young girl's flrot  lonn; dross.  CONVEEVIALTrY THAT, PLAYS THE  PLISKY.   '  John McNab, though withal an industrious  crofter, got  "roarin' fou" everv  tunc he went to Perth, which was once  a fortnight or so, and, like every other  person who so conducted himself, found  always  some   excuse   for his behavior,  however far-fetched it might be.   John  coiiltl not1 have; a glass, as his wifo said;  but /Va' the toon boot ken, for,he .was  hue o' the singing kind, and waukonod  a' the countryside.*", * "* On ;t5w?������ ."norni^  which ';succeeded' one of'his  periodical  "bursts,",; the .minister,   1 happening  to  'pnss jUBt as; Jobn wns waterlng a cow  at'1 the, burn a littlo* boyoiid the door of  Ills house, biiw> as be thought, in the incident !a fine opportunity for improving  the oceasion.   "Ah, John," said ho, "you  see how Crummie docs;., sho just drinks  nn nnioh as will'ido her good, and not  ii'drop more.  You niljgjtt take nn example  off tho poor duinb brute."    "Ah,"  fluid  John, it's ensy, for. her."      "Why  more   onsy  for  her than   ytnu John?'''  "CMi,  just boeauso It is.    Mnnj there's  into temptation in hor'case?   "Temptation, John?      What  do  yon moan?"  ������������������Wool, you sou,'sir,-it's.no5 tho lovo' V  tho drink a'thogltliov tlint gars a body  go the wtuir to.' It's the convodvtalfty  <V the- thing that plnys>tho,,p.llskyy Yo  noo, slv, yo moot a frcond on tho, street  nn' yo tak! him In to gie him a dram,  an' yo crock awa' for h while, an' syiio-  ho is(\'H lii a 'drain, an' thoro yo .crack an',  yo drink, an' yo dvink an' yo eraclti an',  doil, yo jmrii got foil-afore yo Icon wliaur  yo nro. 1'It's easy for Crmnriito,'ns,",:I  ������t\ltl *' slio Iiiir naoboily to load lior, off  hov fciet, as yo mny Ray.   Sho cnmi's oot  11010 ah' tak's her drink, an' no* anlthor  coo siiys, Onnnmle, ye'ro there. A But,'  corios, sir, had DiuivlE Tamson'fl cob, "just  como_ to the other side o' tlit> burn a  ���������titiH'iiit synti, iih Crtuiiiiiio,.,wan,takinghiVr  ilvsb toothfn', had flanplt' horsoV doon'  on hor hunkers, an' said, 'Hero's to yo,  [ Crumnilo,' I'll oat my bonnet   if 'she  wndna liao flapplt licrsol" doon on lier  hunkers an' said, 'Hero's to you, Jlor-  nU������'.' 'An''"thoro the two Wilt** wad'liao  sltton ah* drunken until thoy woro balth  blind fou.   I toll you again, sir, it's tho  oonvcovlallty o* the thing that plays tho  pUHky."  Perlbhlor���������t don't Hl'O th* wnrA  "cliaon," Olvo ������n������������a synonymi Sorawlor  ���������How would hoitis-olcanlng time dot  ������������������ -  THE^GIIEAT CAMPBELL,  . Tho author of "The piikflurcs of  Hope," being on a visit to Ayrsulro,: linn-  pciied to go into a bookseller's shop In  Kllmnrnoclc. Tho bookseller, ft������ bo entered, whispered something ovor tho  counter to a portly and eontoly old lady,  who was making n small purchase of J  sonllng wav and notO'papr. "Lord  savo us,"' ������ho ropllod, in an audible  W'uiiiwr,' Xo,uiimiii, 1110.1.11 irbV" "U"i������ iiwt>.  J T ���������oil y****," ������dM ���������h-ni fwio1*������*lW, aI*A In n  tvlilsper.   Tlm old lady twrnod toward*  ary measures^ for its repression ~at present in force are so inadequate that' the  i*gypuiui Gu\v. i.usvnt into dss.-i.Ieu to e-s-  act a deportation law empowering it to  deport" to certain isolated part3>af the'  country all old offenders, those who havo  j evil reputations arid. Who notvyioiis-qajid^  ing their misdeeds lm a- n"iina*@i*d* to get  around, the law.   The power of sent-caic-  ing'to deportation will rest in'tho hand-t  of*"a ^committee in each province euiisis't-  ing of tlie Governor, a Judge,-a. member,  of the parquet and two' notables.      , ''  * The . Government-has  decided on t}ie���������  cases, of Kharga and Dakhela and pio-  jects establishing three penitentiary c/11 (  onies where the exiles, would eat'ry -ant'  useful workpi^tlMj irrigation nT*>drdevel-r  opment, of those" tracts ofi land."     Tlio;  oases are ideal tpots for tho eabublisilt-  niont of audi colonics, as they ajre jibso-  ,lutely isolattxl in the midst of the desert'  the only moans' of communication with  tlie outside world .beirigi b*y*.tlt(i Fa-rs-hiit?  Railway, whioh the Gpyern-ment ��������� is about;  tb'"acqiiirei-''^<*r-:^chsf|iflL������;rB���������������������������������rt**waKbIoi '"da'.t'h'e" ���������  desort Is everyivhere ���������watched;;mo������'*i'C,Aiyj'i,<  fully'hy the' cariiel*';ptftrols*'��������� of: tho c0*),3t  guards.    . X-:''X:-:--:X.;.X,-X.'XX, ������������������������������������'���������XX>,vy^  This upw "sclWiihe fe really (the only b>j  lution- to the 'prcsehtysorlpiia-stn t-p. of :rif-;)  fairs.   Hioiw si>ui'ou������ls', that\8t*atb:.'cfthh(}  best gauged f i-om!.::titoA fact tliat, idf.)>hii\.  porsongftentonocd'^-.to ^p^'nn^:#^vvit1Me'llf6'r..>.'  ropeated ciimd : hnld' rcled������ed���������' slirt^a; lDQ-fc'(.  ovor 54 pi>r cent;: lta>*,i>;,I������e'nAro^  thepolioo to bo: llvhighydlflho'iiest mcan-iy*  By, olimlrinitiiig tho "old offondiiv"��������� hri?l\l  "bad ol>iriractov^ 'classes' their ovll inflVt-A  oneo wilt bo ho'longer- folt, and the bsin-y  i-?*hmcnt to, the arid desovt hiilcia a\y'ay:!  {from thb eyes of tho ���������'world will without  doubt iwst������������������ rto' a;������trong dftterront.   Tho  iiverngo untivo dvinids 11 lour 11 oy. into un(,  f known parts; in" fact, It Inkc-a, hint a long  ���������ilmo very often'to docldo; to 'go liny -dlM  itlirieo frowy hl������: vllli-goj tlio' i'loa- of bolri'*;  'oxll-ed'Ho the '-(Ic-wj-i't 'will   tl-arofoi'tv do  moro; to keep him, toAt'h-'l,iM-tl|flyof right-*,"  ioousriotes ythaii'nny atn'ounI; -of'''^el^ntlimij  In tirdlniiry prlHoiw.^Orth'o. coiwiipoiKU  oneo of Pall Mtijl qnt'.tvtlip,'! -���������X:XX^X:'X:X  ���������-. ���������'; ��������� :',/i*-ii*w.^i^������i|-w^w*4^M^i*|'**i ������ ;"���������"* -i ',; '.y.\. ���������>:'<''}  I')', TofP^^rvofZaojk::^yi^  " ��������� t������n������f!ohgte ''oiri-''' - ti|Tio''''''now"'-;- -'r'ailroii-d'  which, has- boon huiljb thrbugh> tlilfi\i  moat Bouthorn, part bl Toxm nro tibia.  to, qatoh :,a, flooting glando of ono of  tlio ImM* ������������������ h Istor lo landmarks oh - tha  lowor'ftlu Oriiiido hoivlwr *a������ tho trains  naasos by-*--,Standiw -liko ������' .^ontjnol  In a largo- cnttlo pasture a short dls-  tanoo from tho railroad track in a  llvo olik*. troo with widosproadmg  branohos -undor which Gon.A JZachary  Taylor was camped for t-ovoral, days  whllo on Mel wny to fight tho -Moxlcana  In tho lottor,'40s. ������������������������������������ ���������*;���������,..<}/��������� XX'":���������,-������������������.' I  It is now planned to iheldflo tho  troo with tin ornamontnl iando and  to boautlfy tho spot. Tho first bdttlo  of tho Mostlcftti war. wns fought, by  Oon. Taylor'B .army nnd a force of  MoxlortnH at a point, lihout - ������il������tty.fIvo  milos south of horo. This, battloflold  has lust boon oonvortod into nn irrigated farm. In".clca*rteff and; plowing  tho Tand many oitnnonhftHu'and othor  roHcH ot tho fight woro fouml.-^MIf?  flu Cotroapondonoo Kmnutia Olty Star.  1 .,*'im #'������ nlli'" iii'f"������������' nl"-    .  Tho Maternity H*^pltjiJ'..of.'Mln'n;9Ap'ii'  Hn, which liat \mn nmnintif iar'ao" vwrV  the poet and .ald~no> ^^mf^^.^^!^t *' ^ Mn* ^  t*m*mmmttm  iiiiiiitt'iii,ii������'iiiin(imiii(ltl'"l":'1^'"'^'-*'L^1^^-'"  timmimm  mmntrntMAilitmiim  .wj|j^j]ji,,.i,'. .ii���������iL.,i'L'-, i ,:..j:i  :-L.I,,i,i.Liiil.!:,,i3i,lj^:u MC? '.--*'.*>������(iiixTT''TY?YyXrJ''j.'', t -; "'j  W00tk%X?A.  vXXi  xm  .oK^a*;-);^?  --���������v-A  I  ti^/^:i^*' ��������� fin 'y'/������������������i.'^: ^*;hl'^^C^^^-^^y"f>*"R"-i^/fj" "y^^J:������K+^*ail^*. t^^'^H*?'^:";-*^i**"*^^'"^^^/^.^������������������^"-"*^'^V.rf***A'/!r:-^ ^"^'"''*-���������"'*'���������'l-v*^-'v,'"V'^i-v'.*;��������� *i-riy;-^V^i  \ '^^'������������������-���������egg^ili -X-^:-.:.^^t^M-.^rJ-.^^^ ���������������������������������������������-������������������'- --��������� .-*���������>* V->7V-^X^XXX^X-r^::v-^^^r������^^.;��������� *������������������.'��������� : ���������������--;. ^-u: ..-.������������������ - ��������� -----^^-  If?  i  .:OHAPTER-^IyA AAAy-AAAAjy i ���������hea.rAho sounds but  ii^^'^^--ALAyA;'yl!riv^ Of;  theArushing of the  the A birds'; andrthe  ,fh^sbihd;yJ||^  I*-}- It happened by"; a strange coincidence  ���������ihat theAahcient'ma'naip'n^and estate"of  re-;  r*4^;^i^S,Vy        . .���������  _   twii'.%*'tju\itBC'  XYm'e^vsSx^M^xemavi) my:oofn^iSei  tor4-,2so������iior Weeding, by applying Putnam's  ConiyExtraotOT.y It never burnSi ieaves no Bear,  contains n* acids; Js harmless because composed -  only of healing gums and bahns. Fifty years In  gse^xCmre gwawmteed^ gold fey.au druggUtf  86<^ljottles^-Betusesubstitutes^- ^yy Jy* :?v.*y  FUTE^AM'S  PASj^ LESS  .^ieiciiri^  yithfelriUghS;  distai-H- jaur  ;3byAa^ ^wohldiAtO h^u^tl^ o^brdingA ���������^M&jffM^X?���������������i������������������*--- --,,  JbA^b^Awiii'^ayfe   "  "     riftPSent'r&ffc^^^^  V^^lAa^^  leaves are on.the trec'si the house .is shut-  .'Vl ,*,>-;:':     i':'-"V'--'"������*'   -J',i:-*'! >���������:*���������<''    :.!^-"'.-.'**T'f������'".,VI-*.-: * >���������.!.���������*������������������: ���������. 'y .M;--,:.-,;v ..���������*���������-.'.*-;"i.  ������"^tfi^tr*OT^^ ������������������i*n���������iwimi������ ������. o v. ..,--,,..,.,-:���������������.  n.'������*>ltj'LKjr^i*������r3l 1 n' .**��������� '.''t'i,  K ^wile's'--^p-isy fob  ^���������through tgs';deal^ of"the.heir, info the  ���������^'market, fcjfrrbufebaiid decided upon buy-  fingV'ifc-yr������ip^  tfevilld's iCr^SBl-. itoeh,?;heAsaid;#ahdymy*  I  [(highest ^fo^^  RyAlAfano^.^..  ^  ���������;inybuyin;g|^ bj&biae.  I'->ai' once ;a||5jo^t^  '���������pedigreeA**^*^^  iithousanm^-f pounds?Kp^^pWI^in^tting,  ithe"; graijo^pid j**l^pihtb-jp*r^  ���������[not hkefifo}-sdy;'b.iit,'when all'arrangements; hiwilip^e^  most ariiiaw^ideh-ty^  'in'Acbmpletely^  A^'y^It i^-theyVeryyttt  .''tliat;; inyAmistresaAwan^  *;'''"A^^  'your'blitef*^  yandytb^d^^e^  iySfOlfshquld*'-^  yiheyEUyOr;  ;;b%-.;Ne's'iti^^^^  yby -' gone A times;:* as ifa*-. ;do*4ve^hohse..y Mrs..;  ������������������Neville AlbtsA i*"*v in^bidery th-a^yshej^may^  -sheAAS^iyyeiy Aresexred. J-'';"Ah^Adbcu-;i  ���������������������������^-Jwht-Sj??-'Canal" said, ;��������� "that -Want yysigningAl;"  ;^ll^!'takcAJwith;yine- to my mia*^tes;."A;yy;'iA  yAA*SheAwas?ymo������t:; civil and deferential?;^";  me^: atylthfiAsameytime insisting JonAherS  dbniahds;AASbb lo&ked at me' fixediy ywifcltA  -he^la^i-jl^glit'yeyes.'- ���������. . y*;VXXXAX^M  sy^^uiiWill pardon ymy mentiohihg^yftj  .^Mn^Ba^ANeVUlo/y she" said^h^^^ity  Isl^riy, iy o^A distiiactiy *understp^^tbi3$!:.  ^myX&imtesig:: willy have "��������� perf^tA'fr^doihA  ���������fromAaJlAihtrusion?".��������� . '; .- ������J^X:"^0  ^A'Tt^sAqulttgi understood, li^ALews,^J.;  ���������t*epUed;y>AAAyy.yyyyA':;;Aa ;'^AA-yAAyAy;Ay.  A "IThatAnoAvi^tory n^  pi������te^yj������^tever'^ iSlie ^hasjiioywishjtha.ty  ..*the;.''*Me'rjjy^n-;pf .t^  :%^t;;^^h.*,^ier.,'-;-A.A'-y. v.:.:X'XX::X-XX^0:i:.  'Ay-;*7"GA������m;;;ysurQA;thaty-;her-y^viah������  t^^ctftdi":yl;-; returned A 'again Awonderihg-y  mbi-Oyiuid more what it^^;^^paused  this'Asingularjydesirey for As^itudeyAy'i;  hope;that "your; mistress / does -"'."nb't--.; siif fee \  ,_.,:,..I,^^.,,'���������,..,.-..,_.,,^_.^.���������,fe-/y  .yypii,  wilri^rdoEyme^ Mrs.5^e*iHille^yI-shouldy  i������mpdern"  ���������the Achbicesfc; flower!  ^,^.thfr>  |Ti<5hest h-c^rigs; ?tte;'mbstAcdstlyyyfurni-  *Y*J-ure7SseebtiaAto have;'beett gathers fro^n  ^liA-^Hi^iho^^dgl^l  ������-^'Sli!iii*aV'-theres^  f the autuiffjS'for the * shooting *������t "Neville'!*.:  5ch-ossyAA^;A':AyA??.A:;Ay'.y.y  jgfA-^ytwgi^-se^nythe};^  ���������BSijan'd's'vV:*^^  |tSte,yvwit^git|;- iiinumeraWe-T-M  f*ti������^''b,ijq*^,e;>-*m^  r,no>;;rehi't-i^''s,v^e^  i claim -;,Kt^|������r^ki**ijj jaa^J*j������^asA.at>;a:: *Idss':  kh'pjw;.At'6.':;?^^  ������Sol well that ��������� ilcifi>?$$, $���������*pf:' aAsecohdVmarrl--;  i*^oy.'.;;'*wa;s|^tew)S *^b/,me;"yWhat,A; then>;  find-*i.ithy'Jig^wabl'ey^ieB^  ...The.j'a5sghbc?ho^'is\-lon������^  ay greatydifferehq^jytby ner; not Afco-beable  ���������^p^isit-at^ithOy JwerAB^uso/Ayyy :y-:VAyy..y  5 A ^'jMrs^^wisAlooked CA'AA.  :^:".*-������y**Thea/^e^wni&^  j^yillej'-^^HAex Ion; what Aia1  y^l!^: visiting :^*lr*tts;*m  .;-j^^i*^y^oiJ9et? ^; ���������',;. X :XX:iXXX:XiliXi^:X  ^^ef^bjeS^in^ting^itA JTheAneighbbri  ^W^^s aMuJljMeV^aadish^  '^^Inthat^^^  y give ���������; upASall A fought of 'it; AAit; * will Anot^  **."J^-|-fjp^,>Bli^  quitesaliOTe--^uiteA  tpt������k; ^ey hbef%  flifevilleyWaaAlhigni-y  a.waa  rmv  Wo'wi'Aat^i^^  ��������� '   gander there:  ^lO^A^hAmy/ |^fe^^^m*3S^a;  ^id^^y^Youy^had'^better'y'cOT^  'N^B*iy.;.;.:S^:>th������^^my^  \T������^*sV.<'is/���������15o'Sina���������',. fofys'. hbuse--'w-he*re:^sliB'-.  : canjh^1^;t^pl������te^  infeht^ y^h^yshe  and yth^tfesite does not; go into society.:  Jlf-,yttowring^hi8> .Jlr^ Neville consents .to  ,i^^S^^^^^^';:t^i^t^iUj^  ypaadcji^i^u^lyy ^h-^ hbuTO  ^lletit''re-^^  ^^;f^>^|^^'Wft^ir^  5%>:^ ^ 'seetns A^tiirige^ 1 remajtod^ X ;A������i ;���������  ^iV'-*'r*"*:--f-'-**"-���������*--���������'*"*-���������-'���������-''   Ihave J A tp tenantAatf h^������t^'for>the;.SBiVer  ^|g*AiC#^������lliSi^!^  aAmbiniiV>I^miiS*tT;a^  i-:: ������������������-- i-..'^ -���������^������������������j'i-\'j.ii;.'- ...;y/i.i:..^y __^   ,yN<  jfromAilUhealtht" Iyadded; impulsivelyi;  'yy "N^?s^;:;an^e^d^;;slp;wly. A-yf*if :',:yp  y wili^ar'dbEynie^ '��������� :Mrs.iyNeville^yi;'yishou]  ipi������*fOr;^titbvspeak of my-mi^tfesajAshe  i does AOJ1 ���������;'; wishy: it,A I-kho'vy:;^-A;. Ay yA;-yAA A,:  AAyl yf ?KA'i;sl^ed.:A;;SomSy ;g^plo|-'might-':  ��������� bav^Adisliked the vblunt hbn^t3*v?6f;?Biich  :spe<Mh| (iAiiked the'womanyit^  : fpr^ttAA Shi^^ld: usAthat;it^  i.faciidry;herAmistresaAvrouid likeAto -take*:  ; pbsaessipn jtjb'f A the A house- Opy thie /���������; week;-  tfolloiwihgA y|Ahdy' th������np:.**^':;weApartedy''1^:  y'said'V'lv.-'h^tt'atvI^  .';iip^;^-d'.-J;doy-ot.idn'';"^  ydei^;butii^a''������;;if Aevery -**heA f-oiin^rhfirseif -  ;jdulI"^ry;l^Si^;I"hop^  Amy-'hp"^^^  :.';ySh^^th^k*^'imeAwi*^^  /ther?-^if;^oniMf*i^  ^tpp^Athefm^^uly^dcume^^  her^AaiidlSih A;aA xf������M*0;daysA;th^'''^e^Ax*ay'.  turhed;:KTlve!:*;lease; was *������ghedy VHuldah\  ;:V^ie-/?A||fy,|yyAy-?p#;AA;^;y;y  i-y^Iyhavef a 'hh^n^tlike ymetfeidy' of J-core-y  i f ally JreatohgAjJay ;pap������rS, r-iaad$this-Sighay  - ture^strOck  *me  very   ���������t*a^ch.;^Ai"Hu^d*h^  Vahe'!--7the;hame -was sia-unedmpph one  tdAbe^y^th7'-ythe\writihg;':"stTOhg^  peculiar^jyitA wasAthe AwiitingAeitheryote  oiie; whoAwasAold yor''���������bfAai'-'pei^n^wh^crse'::  force ofAchai^1������rA*wa3v air ;.wpi������Ssed���������';  which ofi^hSit^yritywajs^I epuld^nol'A telly  ;Tyh^ardyduringAtheyweek that fbllowiSiiy  'bfAjtheA'^rivalAofA'^  House.;yi>r;y Rawsbh was" the firsty who  ymemtic������edK;it;Ay CXX- :X .A.        .^^-XX'X^X:  lpX$I-aniSsb '/delighted^myi deariB^donie-;  ;heAsaidil"to; kbpw^ ;that- weAhayeSn^gh--!  jbp^'vati JaatC Vi-Jj'ylifelr ^^^ybur *-;hb^-*lien-y:-,  :-irai������'"hi3^'&^  y;;^yAhiistress'-.'":-M-*^:y^  thotyif ysheAepiild bireak through hery iruie  fOrAahyone y she would dpyrit forj-iyoii^-f*;  ���������hHitAshOycahhoV  lilayeA had Athe Atrbuble y of 1 coming. Aanct  ;regife*^AalsbAthat:': Mrs;A:l������leville*'"' agent  ;tt^d|hpt;'make her wishesAoh the matter;  |knbwn;'';;.;AA;   '::::;--XX::XxXXX .-::.Ay'-yy  ���������'i^SbJI!;came awa*y withputyseeihg your:  y+rtWrt*,4'.:,' -.-.."UTrci      "Wmr.ll^.-. '-. ���������'..'���������'T..'.".-'fnll*:^ w,v\fiTT*iA''  ���������Jh^*^imaaagedi to:' say -.: that- if yMiss; Vaiie-  .|e^0'i^fO'und' herself ill or in distress! Awas;  ^atSheivyservice.'' "yA.; A''3SyyyAy ���������.;-.. ':-X0V  yfy^That; was very gobb^pf Ayou, dioCtiM%;  vS^lisNaiSttange ���������persoh,v^-;:y>A y.- .A As5,y  ^;v;yf?Bpnly hope, madame,,-that;it may;jfe  ��������� allAright,r and that you mayySibt; repentS,  ;of|h*ivingvtaken such aytenant." ';-'*i-Sy-  x<*x:x!xx��������� ��������������������������� (^&T^vi*rif-XXX:-'-.Ayyft*;  A^^hreeyyears had pasiscdjsince; my silent  AaHtt^ysterious teiiAhtbadytakfcii iip;h������*;  *'ahp^Aat the Kiver Hpiise/Aahd during^  thatStimti the silence that siirrouhded  hi^Ahadyho*; been disturbedy:i AtAfirst;  she; hadyyproved a maryeiAin: the neight;  ibO^bbod;;;-.' /"; ���������     \y-XX'-XXXX'XX'X.f.:XX.X  A:|^:|^here:.ywas'-vgene;r4llyA  tree?ajdearth of topics ior gossipy��������� this./  OheAgaveAnew  life to biir social iheetA  ;;;*hii^s^WKo.'was 'the'lady?;; Why did'shei  Achbp^Atp; live   irt thaty;piEiculi������i.r way?^  'IWha&^oiB the mysterysurrbuhdingiherl"  yThese^prbblenis continued to: be^discuss-;  5edAuntirv:t*ime showed, the utterAfUvilityi  y^'dpirig so. AAirinquirieps and'curiosity  'rwferii^afjf^d  yy-EyeiY^yWTOkA' the Vcbnfident*ial-"Aima.ldi;  *^ne^wis,AwehtAbver* to Daintreefahd  -gaybSherrybrders.    They A were "such'lib-;  ;������al;-Absie;s';/as'-to -;prove  that, "tvhatever  Aelseymightv be -deficient ytitAtheyRiver  Hbusbjlthere was plenty:of money there.  ���������"Frphvythe tradesmen ;whb iexecutedt  brders;s!t #as ^gleahed thatbesidesyJaho  lievns^ or ;^rather;Auhder yhe/^ there', were  twoAbtherA;serva.hts, andA there; was. a  ilfllljiis Bfiikiw  Her Health So Shattered ^er Qhiid-  y?frwyyy|i^  A.;;ItAis;'ay:s^?stipr^;yoaeythat-i-j nbtAoff-:  tea hea^Anpi^afolays that^isytold InAthe;  fpllpwihglie^r^^yMrs. Marion R. Char-J;  ;iqttoi'.-:':.**wrrt^  yburg:V^F6p^t^i|^wAyears;'-I' siiffcred':  ' from��������� a'ei^pi^at^Hipf'disorders, the ori-'i  yginy';oX:;::"wh^fes^(doc^ unablb^'to)  .[discover;���������;,��������� j"t.;-^as|ui^ubtedly owing to1  ; imperfect Aapti^/^fythe liver and stb-*;  ^mach^'.yTAa^yeu^b^y thcre'J  ���������'wasAa cbhtihuBi^eight,;and painfiilAfullfl  ������������������:ne.ss'-rinrmiyA*^  .thing.'Ty'atey^^ldi'gested. I alBo suffer-:  *.ed ��������� agohyj/with^^ A succesaib������'  Xif: slee^tessA^i^htajA-sr'ucl pr"1'"55 ���������''*���������*���������  ���������sn-sV  Liiiife . iE  '^m;,mmm-xxm  whichv  of; tlio"  i'A burrowsA ���������ij^.Xw6dd?������]Dy^^ XW^i$*M$$^  o"ytwpyslMlaA^icl^'-e;}^  'heady; ^t^jrrjity:  frji^jiiFJj)^  its   burrow  bveS-yagaiiivA'idfeshSaio^  patbdybr^  pyprAand;  and;fantifeipated'-  f il^ohd -.'���������: lance tBivai^^ep-b^  thoSihseet 'speci&&riSLhd,S'&s'.;-giZ9^  yc^*rtaih insects  hi^sArecalls; Othe-A  jmilliAas indoe^L  ?d^ijA;ihblars or?  fifgSfiri;  yyyy-^yy'Ji*;?S;iS  ;'pf, , .    .... ,..,.._.,....,  ; sideAs^Abfiipklycombined with the ter  ' rible state^^AmyAuerves made me wish  yifpry*death^f^-|f'yA;-A'A*  '' -;: A^y X  XX''X iwuM^&l^^lipusework, my sisters  /took niy :^ali;;children and I despaired  ���������Jbf/evcryge-t^^pte  A^A^yhey^Mpr^hleAday ���������,' .'a.- neiglibbr>  *;b*i"pughtKi3M|8^;i**bx yof -, / Dr..;:Haiia3tih's;;  ;-Pilisi Awhif-h^i^dACured her of trembles;  simiiiarAtbyjniney To my astonishment^  I *feltyl^t^^;|next day. GraduallyAalk  py^J painsAdi^ppeared, I putvon-fleshiiy;  ^ook^dA;healtiiy;yhad lots of spirit;Aandi  ta,,;��������� desi^ytqywbrkA Dr. Hamilton's Pills  v"marvelsA;fbr;y:;every   woman   that'���������"���������'���������'vje's''-  ^m^^^^^^vAAy;t '.'-    '    :y;. ./'.;A;-.'A  A'The pnO -^feii^TCndable;medicine Io**.  yme^alndywbmehyin/Jpoor health   is Dr.  yHamiltph's ;3E^S:A--^refuBe any substitlice;  yAt;>.r.'alljy*^aIers;A25pyper;-'box, '���������' orAfne  f or A?i.GP;AByAniaii A from The: Catatrho-  zono'.^pihpan^y-^hgstbn,- Ont.;'  :"���������.���������' A X-:'' :X y.yfyA.;:A-������.'*J*i-;A'.''A-'.> ��������� y.       Xm  ���������' (���������.J*r*%!cv,V.:*:iJiJii'S  XXXBSS.  Wsi  y,ho . information  ������o������iar'i������b'S,*f^*nfe*l^theySk^  except: that  nothing,-  give  >"y"i^i?^fabei.c.  bTO;-^Hr*s.^J^as^.y."jTurI^^^^  '���������^tisfeci^ry; referencea $ 'X^XXX: ;y ;^:f  ttAy.^ef^n^^-sns, repeatw^  '^'���������W^X������5jais*j^*3Jdsry^  object is complete isblation^r-entiwi soli-  :jtifi-Ie^Slfe':*^c*u  io Abe :-fbrokeife^;eaA'byy. aAlstteriA-r'If Ashe  fJ-:'  I  jT*hpn#A  ipa^:yA^';.  ;*j^/ma*:.p.f-.4m������h^  -.w-w  c������5=ei't������.>;oy---^1ift+^r,'a^yowi������hed  lV*$������ioe'3g^   **- "L>'i;-lli.Mlt^*������-^.,* M,AMnM.,'.'l*lvAaB'&l '��������� ^'\V, '���������  :vdr"esaed;y;m  ��������� ���������'.-���������^v'v'.,'::.~^%''!.iSW'il^'.-'.'SksP; ^i',r^������rJ^-.'Ei^t������v*i.Ssi������--���������  Ipretty-^uiclfift^ooj^g.^gl-^^^  ibut")! coulo'^  |ftrstj^|ethershe .woritea***^  IhcrsVf-iwU^her.showas .a- lady^-raaid.  Ibrscpm^hib-cv "dr ..what;";; Sheyfep'ph*:*^l������'!  [and^   spemed, to JiftVQ. a..g?otl headvvfpr;(  |hu'Bi|ic,ss:-������ft,''' "j- '���������-"  evi'ile"all;t���������hr'������Se "tlu^^axidAlet^  ^^Sioi^M^H*f ts^^s^io^ex^l..  Bah*$hva!id;''!mt'-;^^  Sfcv^r-T;.'l^n������*l-5-o*1&''-"w*iiLfe* ���������*&& 1sJ&:i&t'*^.&eZ&  :^ye^?^;f -yi^turhedjA f^t^^f-ja^y  ;an;imprcsa3km^that j^fisp yano hau plenty  of .money, and ,.ta������t. she. .will notAc*irV  " t: tttrstahd, AMr; vP^^V *he be-  fah||^t)^iry^hitvbtthe;; jetting ^ffsth*  Kbuib *kWHliA ^ihb River VHouae^ fm*1.  Ishb'fdAhp^fe'^W^^^^  I1ettj������ig,������'������?id other pA^icuiars.'.^i:.  "-;; jjm^4|AdKSP^  [per|tapft1.mo*fti^i^  |ddn������ ]w������r^ llk^-bM  Wo|w<im^t^te'#d^^^  1*^8^14 ^rm^fo|^  iThe Aia'dy^Miss .;;Yahfrrr:pbj ectsAtq; spci-;y  "fe^.*:%#AKAA^  5%;?rV^aty:a;stra^b;t^ng;!^ "Ohj-\  ^JTOte^tb'-socifetyyrW^  A:-^������T;::IciWW'^fA noApther yrearohAsa^ysheA  ;;ddes[';n^"<^rb;;for;'it;'':vy^y  ���������'A';"N^AcMey;fdr;-it^  ;she;willfrscciw'yme.^yA:. '������������������ XXXX-X^^^^-f..  Av^I'^:-t;"nihlc-Anb*^  ^lyjj"--!;^ '  .;viBt6nde^..'.doinB";.jsp^y.Sl^;;^  .., sapsf atg^il^;*iady*Sf W^^^^X^^-y  fwhoyi^^A;liitlie^'ifbrs  *'JifO^-%ie^i7ii:^ni^^.s  -<f^t*8|*)}j^?;;^a*t^-m^  "^autyyo^  dsr;- in^^"J^isJ^A ;Vrich^- or ^-rt'b^T?''--'--;:A^.y^.>^-!:-;;vX.:..  fS*.'fTir^^Adp>t*^''A^  :'piclHirihgA[tQ::myM*:ft^  I*wi?i' A ^A^Ath^iyiNMirom ;;8udden-A  J^'tfeat-lpaadivpl'-^^  ahould intrude, "upon my- tenant.   FulL of  gfayfhbade^;^^  :Prom;; the yiservahts  theirAmisti*e8s was an yin-  yalid;:and;decli*^dAaliiisbciety^  yvaiitsyyapp^i'edAlia^Ae^  yneyer^indeed,. Mis^  ���������������������������''.Have:;'ibe'ehV;'a'.'. myth.':A Xy:XX^.: y;- AyyAyA;; '.y  yAATime;modified :ppinibhf iiiady Glehdpn  f saidAihere ;was' no y dbiibtA the; poor lady:  - Emfferedfrpm; s^  -; ������������������taableyta' A leave Aher- [room^Ay^'syjCoh^  ,;yOre;viwas ihclhiedHo think'it".;aAcas'eA'bf"  jinelanehblia--^he;h^dl^bwn a*few such;  ���������:"iVi,i^AHur--t had; a; theory; of yherAbwn,  AahdiitywasAthatAtheA^  jtheyRiyer H^  cBut ^s; time pa.^ed  Apf interest, ar-b^AinytheAneighborhobd^  ythe^ -MriosityiiabbutvmyA^  Adiedy5tiway.y;;; :iy; inyselfy; neybry ceaSed'-to;  ithinkfpf:;, her���������-tlie yvery ,:hamey*"Huldah  s^rane,".;;hady a charm for'mjB; A   A.'.,-yy :yAy  yy phe;;!*,; mbrhing A; Iy wis A;yshppp)ngy '''iiij  yDwhtree :;y. *whehv:.:.I;AyinbtyXJane.;.' he'wis;'  :-'ahd*y'T.^  q"ujreisA^abbutT-.v'v:.h������'^  $W! .'. XXX .. "'   lieved by my addressihgAher. A Slie; did^  not this. tim������ATefuseyytoyAoasiwer"ymy;  question, but tbldlmoi-f,ra*hWy^at;;iMi3"st  "Vane was:hpt:a*t^lAWeh:y"HaaA  ;beehyiii?'^^i;a-^;ed#;A"iJ^ v:r::XXxX;^X  %'-:^0"}\-;*Sh'ey^  I'tb-beAfading'^lpwi^a'^  yy Slie iopked'^AmeAwithAwistfiii  eyesiJ  ;: 'y A y*;i ������������������-;:-y.;A;B illyy'Pattersbri yA;  'A^WhoArtruck;!^  qu^tipn/fc&tyhMyg^  :iis;^kedyf*"eqvii3htty by^p^  ho idea; who Billy. I^tterspnA wis; 'jorAit?  'has become;a-^bek express  ;-ia,"mysteryAl:y- XXXp-X.: XXiXXXXXlXX ZXXX  y^SutAjabwrebme-s"���������'������;;��������� M. take,\formerly:  {of lUuquier bpuiityVv^a;.>:fa*D^.:,hb-wAa*re-:.  tiredyiherchant of -tMscit-yy ^o^aysi he!  knows: all about- -ti������; striking "of rP^iiet-i)  sPn:;;y-Mr.; Lake yirvis a yPtmgymendtofft"h'e;::  man- who;;struck ^eA,blbw^ABUly^I"^^*:;  ;tersoh//acbbrding to-M  ;birily of ���������Ri<^mond.(yftiAalmp*st;^^  ago. A He; wair* a; big; man who loved f ighty  ing; *alniostgas?-iroUAasAhe. loved yhiskeyy  -and ypref erred; they -two.: tpgethcr. A A,y \X.  AAThpda-yPattewphy w^^ucky toe, blow'  which thru-*t;^his* nai^intpyii^^  weari-Ifloats^iiAtheA-s^v  !aTge$;b!adder=ii!ie Agtrneturo|5; to���������'���������). S'tiSof  uiiabr Aside of Wliich thoflittle aniroai;  colbhyi'iis*'- attifichod. - Noar-Aby'*" ;ia^^'-the;,?yA^f:WXXX!XX$M&  :Vohliai*:-whichAh6ists,^haTOr|ta^  oh' i-te-:lairi;idis'c'iah'd?.isi'blp^^ ^������������������^������������������fess  sea :.byy'theAaid^ybfv;tho i;cbntn^h<^i:g,^^|fe#^.y  -������������������:.���������:���������������������������:���������   !-fvyii������,;-';ily.:f-^.i������f''Wi>:!vSfy!;i*tS������K^A-sy.y  :;'*ry**y--;.:n;*^iiin'i^^  yAjHy&Acei^injyiC^^ , v.i..r..^i  ���������?is:a;citiTCn^;^o-desp*^  y tionyforyhia'salvatich, yper^  |li������i^cer:;-l5<^;,)bl^"b  'thorn v;d*f.;'v^^iPn;-. '���������b^V.^ey'iadeB-f'oi ':yi^XXX:XXXXXXM0^M  yvirtiwus, feilpws;���������'"-.Especi^y^; abei������A ;?pJdA'""  ;Jpbu), Smii*hy;ttie; yitobbleriv.f^i^^'v.d^  tMSBed at heart at the habits of the con- ^__  :yiyial-: o^:iJi������6efi^^  tlw.pbnciusionythat;extMme^S  wfbimatibhy nuirA*-^ ,'^*^^  : A'^e. ;^g-ht';*hey;ia^  rtebi^gAa; wird'gait; do^;  Suddenly; .'-"-fov hisi consternation,A he saw y  hini ���������plungb:=1������-^  :eareer/'.;thro,dgh'-'th������;.''Wj^^  ; little :ivillag^Pe'*tn^tei^XSiAnr.Bjaai^^sn^XX  ������������������;homeV';Hp������wb"iild^te.a^  ^BBoniXXixAZv^x^ryXXXii:*,-. ������rX:xxX*XX*XX:XX?:v-.-���������:."y^; ^-.-yyws-g  yr'Ten minutes iai^ryhoytobj;^n^rs^^syA'^'AyA^  *JC���������^*bi*^s!yB������rt  ^hihg;y;wh*it^^*a^*i;?  ^bir;Miid"*a:;hng^i*^^  .y*whin'.;;*?he.A*','*reappoa'r^  ;\va������V:garl^Ain;yMd8;;df;:'-^itP^A8^  ;;y*jfev;t5(tit)^v*st^  '���������fidi;:ieigbty;andifg8zed^abbu^^  y'e^Ut'-"-1-'^*   ;;iyihg  m  *5f;**'   ������  i.'i*^-^  m  -rAijSfSir  Again: tho Adeep,' s se:  OiOAhadobtaiti^ liq^brybM^^  it difficult tb:p^i^;yHeh^:taken .:.^^;-^^^J?a^^.t^.^t^**-*lWfe  \upAa positioh;ih-ytheVjcentrego'gasmucliA>  m&  coihely; face .:-was.Velbuded^and-i-inxibus'p  wiU;yd^;pib^^*b^ybf|mu<%y  X'WovKlnm aicood man:'.q'f/1,1������u*il'������e������,,������ t  the;- a; ihousoj'y; ::ivirv ���������:.:vi>������^' 'y.���������:���������*������������.;  uouauj  ylio'  *.<'.  \Uihii .$;  Yes  ^'���������f���������'W<W> ^ tlMlt thbr#/*n*ty>*und������  i'wrnh'ftnm'.arb/m  ���������a������oh*b; bpM'cd.A,; ; ���������:���������-,;���������*' ���������'��������� ���������:''/.���������'���������:  %dr  fag������nt f������j-���������.���������i, ..,,..   ���������,...���������-,. ���������  'I*,:ant -not sure, mada*m<*," 'ho  html  m������-  ������  I wards found^to ,bo^  tlhUCdt|'    ,"���������������������������'-..' V;.*',; ',.,������::i.:,���������;������,;,.,y.'ii' -i,':,!{. '.,���������  ���������.'^-''My|. mUrtiwi^*^'Wjw**,(l^'  Iwoolcn looking for ;ti yery quiet ������id r������-  JtWcd honae. -It ������*l>rdel6ili(rH''*ttt,bnce/wiheia  \ been;,; it-^i^lftfijMit:^  ed with satis faction, inadamo, when  ss^.j^T*-v-ofv*l*������r,yiinsh;'-:yyfo  Payhlt?'?* My^ ag������htAag������h������;:looked^  ���������bexted^AA A;;; iX^t'^^fXii'^^X^  |.i.*<^;.;,'sjrhere-s-hiay^i:;^  ."���������hadii^inb.;^  Poesibiyi^^ the lady-is old *hd  dislikes society;Aor^ahe'^'may;,''..bOy.aiii'y&rjr',  \'vah'd|ahd iibt eare'-'tb,"-sea''Aanyo'rie';'. 6'rAshe;  ^y 'aifl'At-t-bubkd- ;V-';with;'A'i������'m������;;'kihd..'of.:  nianta; or she ���������mayyhave. 1^  riblolbfoublo.   Any of theoe roaoona will  :a���������W'uht;���������fbr���������;iti', '���������������������������'������������������      '*:';'A';;A-''"y-;;A  "Let her havm^the Kbuse"^ directed.  f'Say*!-thfit I undierlirtki?Ar-tJo -respects her'  soliti^tie, if ��������� tha,t fa ������������H ^^ sho ;requirea.'? a  ., .Many   -pieoplo, '-were puwled to ^hotBr  ;'why'������the;.;.l*tivw,:������^ ^T*11" *' Jb**������'  ;huilt4 ; It was 'tw-';rwoto'';-*^tyerim'.'th������  vphimmg of  tho .rohureh:-?bolls did   -not  rtStch- it j no other kalrf&ttah was near,  : on4 n* one - evec.- ^^WetMd^t except <m  ^hutf-iM-As^yim" tlio; riMh^v'-jrrityitNeville's  Qtimii, thero was a traditiM to tie.effpot  yiMt-'���������i^;:;ho������M,.',hM - by'one  '���������fyitl^;!^'^;;!?*^!!^!;:"**^, havhuf, sua-  de������lyi iBi^.her iiw'j^aai,''^  :; ������ubh*|a^;. rewojftti-,;. ro*^  ������������;y^']Miiir|cV'apori  Whtwev sko.-���������k'sp*'' her tow traditifcn dl4  **ir*MrXl :"'A"i'.,i: ���������������. XXXxX^XXX' 'A', XX y  . W������V I kaai',������.,.,U^  toitiry ;*ne who;,.wu ���������rf l*w stam-jj,'���������#,;t4i������.,,  .���������OaW:*H������rl|^(.^*liio;^  | wankin-ir-on* I wm aWther .to set' no-r1  hear,.!' ,lfeve������*tk������Fl������*i, I; Bauafc ploiul ffuUty"  to; Mis' iruly tonwM d������;of; ^rl������rftyti  for Isr������oolv'^(hy spni������/ni*������i^ othor,  at - so^ne tlmocbr otlw*'; *U *^ wk*t',t*h������  wm uk������*a ��������� ";*6- ��������� ���������,:%": '-'';; ��������� > ^ -*���������  -:������������������ ������I. -M-ronged t^jn^/jMII-M. L*swi������ at 'Mr,'  Paynes' -, of fib**, ��������� f,lv.ioand*>y-l������er:. ��������� a -oomely'���������-  ���������h*f*ewd, hotiwly -^man; ^hut,1 Hies .toy'  %jj$n' 'i 1' *������������, powlod;';,to '.,lchH������w"i. ���������wh-oUi'w'  ������U������'iWfu> l������dy*s mold, ar what. Sho oe������w.  w'rta i bej;*>woll**p������k*������>ir\wU-*rfi������������*t������il  iw^-Wi'M^'W'^-M  itbbk';ih������-,.h^n98V,tl^fevg  1W. r������^c t^;'; i(tAd;t}&t  UT������ttVher.',-;A^y.y-:iy^^yA^y;'-;yAy.;yy;AV  ;Q������]yrr;::deat';"Mrs;'  ing-.WiuM  but A-pbrmit;; hwi- "��������� WviBO-y' ,;^^Hhfe' ''yisyya ?.  ''iaiti*������;-.;ab������ut; wtWo^  w beamed  nr.aho henip. .that., - - .-v v,-...   .,,.,,, .���������.������������������,���������.���������-���������., .. '"r-nrf.*!' ;'-*"���������;- --��������� -yv --���������"���������r" --j***'"  jR.-,'';������, Xm w������ ������*> will -do,!, *������1'o/**������Jd. -. -<V������i>i"*>or-��������� ^i^^K**?*^^^  B������. i J!>..wIjV������>������i..m������,.iii,h.,.i������, wii������,ii,iimt ������)������������������ fi ������.i<������iii������.imyiiii<L) Jul imy '' 'Wl*1, ���������'' "'*" mh'Ii   i n> II . mm  ���������t'^TTT��������� Ni! Vim;' it ;\fTiirr^^ ^y:ir m^wa-" ���������  K  ''���������rihlyf'm'akOs.ahyA^  yradoii'A^ Tkiskk^  CflOckJ' un-itor niyol^gavlndji^, th# iabr e  ' ^u:iSfty,At^*'::'mbri^rjerti^3 I-  am tt������*tl������4 th������rt.A 'Siri- ������uui; jwrrow miwt  bb' ���������^^y''-k^t':wi*Mi..w:;* ,A':;V'-A-\V;,'.;;.:;;-.*:,'y  .:-1',*,ff*Rhaps'''>'t*^r������f'.^'i*5'':.-:^  ;a������4teag;'.'.but''r''*SxdWH^  ���������;.; *'W������ Aall't-ibe/: ^  'Ana;'WiA*l*!* oao. XxXX\X,XX{ XAA'X -A.  ��������� t  I nwM* tlw, aotrtor ^y ws������k iB,ft������rw������jra  W[t������**0 "..wflia ' '-'in '��������� *'thetai' A:������y''bertoin;- ���������u-:-.-  'atA-* Lady     O^dbn's/A^ibtoi'y^IA-V'am  S'lad-, ��������� that; -as,,, Ws;. ������y������s ;/i'poty.Amlb*i.:  hut*'.. A waa:'  in    thsat.  a'     d*<Hri*J������Hy  abaBhsd oxiirtasion.    "Did yom ������������U at  till RlvMHWMrf I osksd.y '';;:  ,;>.AHt|s-AfftM.".Aflij������h-S4l,'. ,-'oui' ������������������: s'o-^tkbrujf  ���������N'itron'fo'r':;: than ���������lsrkuil U-hgaotioa qulr-  ersd r ������nil* his .lips, A;yA-:A  ������I bailed, ������a,������a"*t*������," h������ rsplls*, "but I  did not*������������������������������������ yanr Wnaat."  '; It.^wbuW not havn bs*������n gtneront >��������� to  ObryAout;^!!';told,you,-so," but I   felt  '-ybur- riwsptUn '^as" afc lbast tourteons,"  stroagiyinelinsd'to do so., "I ho*������s that  I y������nturedvtii> obssrvo., A    -..,  :;^^"ifodisratsly^ooA1'';"!*'dtrovs -'over ��������� to  i'.-TOvsrlf-Hb-aab-y-thrba;-'ilayB: ag������,-;-;and- 're?  iqiiosttd to' a'-m; MUs Vino. ��������� ��������� .1 was some-  I'whaf itartWd  by  tlioy������np������������fc    ������f, tho  'ihiouigit;'whieli Is"Oriontal In Its ningnUl-  .-'������������������inca.-. '��������� I ���������;,was'.';������������bWJl'':'Jiitb -'-thiiy'Hbrary���������*  tk������- rabiii' thatviboks ov*������r"i tlkj river, on  tii* Wb^t. I tahnbt t*Jl ybii Whiit htranga  ; fawik������ ������ams, lato my, mind as I sat' th������r������  '���������'���������waltlhf.::*';'-.lPrii,i'tJritly"'.'���������ilt-n'i; sound of'; f*ot������  Steps startle*} nit. ��������� I do not know, what  ���������'!���������< ������������������Kpasled' to''fbn^br i wljiat - my > idea of  Miss; Van* wiiii,.but when th������' door Open *  ������d I felt a thrill of dlB-appolntment,  TJioro, nntorod in .jjitoutj opinely,, shrowd  .wonutn,- wjth " keen,' '',brijjh';'- o������������*ii���������������eyes  and;; thehyseeirie^Atpy^egret: herylcandon'  A ^Cah ^;::-db*"y;'-ahythihgA^tb;iielp^-y-bu.'t-^yjty  ia^ed,;;:;abur*p:tiy.;AA-^hb^  ;yf?|^;r^e^isAh!>,;-;-h  ;(|t^.A wn';:;dby one^ thihg^^  ���������^id^v'^h^  e^austing I. pne;; Aa't^lifbyille's; -iCrbssA w*o  _ hSyb^lfsp-jnef^A-^i^  ypeaches.;. and; apric^s.;^! v.;^U};seniiv sbmb;  ;~Mi*ss VaneAwiilifini^them reire������hihj^  ',i\i^She';i'8hook^--he'r;v.he^*dy  ;;;y-:^Y0uA. needyhbtAtelliher..- thotAyr'itheyi  ���������jh*aTe-.';coinp"frb^  I'.'thihk'---' you-'; havetiprbvided.- theia'.^:':CAvy^:y  :;;iA^it: is ;-not*Hhat^^  ^Ijte'islI'flbVe'r^b^  ;iiSi.''',;T-������d'A'������lW1*AMji.!nw'"l'f[-Bi'^  Hake the trbublbttb^ eat thSm.^Ay^;-;vyy  ���������A''I am flul*tby;'siire" she wiliywheiivS she?  ^Bees how fine; tliey aro. A I shall 'send;  them, andiyyouA'can try.",. *.A.'-;-y.'yAyA;AA;  ifXater pynthatsams morning, hav^  hiisineaa at D-aintree railway atatioii.���������Vl..'  was surprised -tb uot* JonoLewiu coming  out pf they^'elegraph office., Ska-ilbbkied  soAdismaye-l:fpr the: nibmerit'Hhft^'fAp^  tended *abt to have seehy-heriAA'-Aftbr-*-  ;^i;ard I heard'-that ths .eminsntALoadon  physician. Sir John Eramett.'taad-pabsod  through Datatreo. and. T felta'Acertain  canvicti-tn, .that ho had , been .'hastily  .s^MmonedAtbytho-RiyeryHbuse.lyyA^  -.-"��������� y ���������-.   ':.):'i(Tb'-'be continued.) ���������-Av^-AAy^  traveO led.;.- sidewalkA^dAwaaA iiiajn ���������agnail  ?" ''^erS:::take,';tby-tii������'A^M^  icularly; insulting tpy'aAorbw&Pf5me^  :Stt-dents who ^as  'hsai*b^.stud^-M'-fa^  yyi^Airiohg  t!ioM:'''''.;."stud'Mts5"Js;\������i^  ^%yif^'",'::;;a-',.'yPu'.i^.^n*i^  yi%m:ty,>;Aa'' faa;tri^;;;-rf;i-^aiii-^';I^^  ;^*nm^,vandyaAih*iii;;of' *K^*tiiigyih!!oS<l-i;'  ;**v^eh;ythe;: ���������gjpiraply.'o^studernfe^^  Jj&^'t-be.'-i^^  ^his'/ffijj^tingj.bl-r*^  izfi^Let: me-: at ^the;;^vine/y he, 8������iid,; as ihe-  ^wal'kbd' up'tbyipjittej^^  ter3on wals too niubh "surprised WdefSn-l  hiiuseif, for::ybh-ly^';'pn'i"t*bj^  iind -Billy Pa^ter-sibnfweht ydowh *������*ith^ai;  :^hupA: It ;wMAbeh*ey^|at-;f'ii������rt^that;;Ps^  tw-son was. killed, and* the. students fled  HpAtlieir'; hotely! whiKre};^h^fliy;f bpnferen'cey  yw^"h^ivond;;tl"^^  y^truck: ��������� 'tihe'-.Mb'i^^^  pyJ^rdly-:h*^;^Pi^^Ab^^  ?sicle' :'wayy tb; ;ahjbl3^,!;^t^1i^'n^  -hossS: whea* thaf^lic^^iimy^'i'yidaBi^s-;*  ing-iytho *:- ma^"VwfIib f;s1iru^f^Biliy rPtttterv  ,-iwm?'X- AU tho rtudenteA-were qu'ostio^^  ���������IbiitAeacii -deniedi4htf)i*BJ,'l^  i"fcerii.an.':: ..Thou^yitiibp^beei^^  ed-_air: ......... ._       .,.  .''..���������|*on'yoa;:."be;;:be.'5yba?^bQ4rwbU  y.'-.-.'-^-'v.^-:^.  ;-.;;;,..;: ���������.���������;it:?;cic  i:r',^-.yi .&������?*<  .. .        iX!rrX^yt,yx^xX������^AX&MX������^  llllf^iplin-Qi3'; -1*-'���������-  ������fii*M|iS|iA������%  Pink riiis  5vS������.ir-|  ���������f*i  Wly*1-  ���������-iptstteii  '���������;?M{$g  f0mm  ^>y  V*BW***'.:'.!?'*.;V  X'. X������.;* y: ^'AS/'y  ffiy������?ps@f  XAX0M  . ������������������.:.;.y--.i.-v.-..f  ;A5*y*������:5;������:^*.'*ci ttj^tmii'^Mt^i^^^  ���������^���������-S^o^yar^^K^^  '^ie^g-i;i-*^ges^bh^  ^b'S&^'fe^fet^'W���������i^pmak^ii^^p^^  bure^tvSut Athere Ais yoj^yniM^AsiiiAiM^X '*'"''  Xi-XMm  (XSik&Mii  yssssfsij*  -���������'!jbKh^E|rSe������de  ^���������ah-^A^tlhbr^  .aridftfb-tthdi^br^hieM  "#Fbr'Mewiy';^ """'"' " ---1'**"-'  'j2,b'j*l4������'i.i'2!fi:.-,.-,':,i\'..^:_^'.;i'it  that ���������esm-'id to look ins ^ifougli, I bow  od and murmurBd something about Miss  Van������.A*..'..:������������������',,. >'���������.';,-,������������������'���������',���������'''���������'���������.'I-������������������'-,:.���������".:'��������� '.';���������..:  ,   '."X mm not Miss "Vane/ she aaid, qulot-  'ly.   ''I''am'h������'r wiald/''r'  'A*'" '   *  "T look for th������ plensurw of seeing  Mlsn Van*/ I oV-mtirvod.       <  ;   ������"It Is lropowl)>1b/Mr/ sho said.   'My  mlstrosirficolvbs no visitors,* A      X X.  *''My good,woman Idoiiot ������om* as it  visitor, hut as owe IntruBtcd with th������  uoulfl of allimder hl������ charge, Go back  to MIm Van* and toll her from mi that  It In hot a������ a visitor, but 'An' th* rootbr  of tho parl������h JnwhUh ih* -wilds* that 1  wlah to se* 'her."  ���������"I will go; *h������ saw, doubtfully* -but  I tell- you candidly, ulr, I do not think  it will b* of thn !-������������*(* u������������.'  "I loofcod v*ryrt sfccirn, and eh* hasten*  ������4 away, only to Htur* In a f*w mln-  ut**H looking brighter and w#r* d������t*r>  , mmwd tliafu uvvr,'  s oont  .    'o������4'''   -..'���������A' " /Ai-'A-'Sormonett*./:-'- ;---yy-yy-;  *������������������'��������� ::-;':A-(Fiidottb^n:6hlcagb''Tribia^  ,! Jesus said; ^"Consider ; thb -AiilM'eaif-.j^ow-.  thi-y Browv;y Thoy toil ;hot,A*aeifchbrAdo  they spin. A Yet I say .-"unto; y'auytkat  SU������l������������m������u in all his glory was uor; arrayed  iik* ���������ua.:ofythci,i*.V. :',AAAA;;,.;;:'(';'���������'Va;v-;/:,  'Jbsu* thus indicated tho offortlossness  Of thb llHbsAAi '���������.^.*..;A'..A;;A.:;vy,A\'yy;',:,y ,;  i'AATlibso lbvbly flowori burst thrpvgh tho  hugs yolglit bf eartli ;'pr(rtsiBg ���������; heavily  ���������Bvtfi,,.'tkei*a*y<;';,. ��������� ���������y.v'A.i.-;i-j..':;:y.;..;v:-'''  TUey spring up from bolow tbo ground.  Thoy, put forth green shoots and .tall,  awKyJug; t-itbm;'. ���������:.'���������. ���������.��������� ���������X<:X:y>X'AAXX:XX;'';X  Tliey bloom, with inunaculato efflorcn-.  ���������onto, ravlshlngly., perfumed,   i;, ; a  * And -allA-jilontly. Ay.        "v-X*'���������.���������;''���������  \ Tranquilly* y   -yy X::X X:"'rXXrAiAA.  ������������������'   Ka8lly.'A '^';y-.A ���������    XX:}X.., XA;;X%:A^  Th'o   falling dews  fill thoir;  uplifted,  bowlb with; refreshing..nbetaryy.A;x:>M:  Tlio sunbeawB bathe utalk and potalu  ���������witli tho light of hoavon,;,.XX<uX>.$���������{:��������� A-  , The oir distills Its puro vitality Into  .tlio cottuiimoi* poros 'and-ivolniir':;!;:;.;..-.',)*;-*;;*������������������  Tho llllod Aslmply ������tand yeUlli ;in:i-th������  -place*'. ���������'   ,i���������'.���������''. ; i..-.  Thoy .Blmply,'; awakP to . tho:  which envelopes them.  '   Thoy merely irecolvo ytho overflowing  wealth bflllfo and light amlypovvdr;.that  pcurt- luvMily upon Ihoin."*''    ; '-!���������"���������"���������"���������������������������'���������'  Thoy. Juproly rt How tho twoofc our-  rouiidlnii Ihfluoiioos to play Vover^thom,  to filter through them, to mould thorn.  Why nhoultl thoy hurry for a living?  Wliy bo ambitious? > ;  Or oonnc*rn(*l ,  ,.;,,,-  WJiy gfV������ a thought for tho morrow  livery, .thing lo dono for them.':;..;"  Thoy ribed only to lot It bo doris,  Aiitl thereby thoy,, fiirulah ^fablr/ii for  flOUlB, ���������*', '"''"' !; -A  '  ������*i0.ii������,������i,  "     "!"'���������' ';,',  Didn't Wenr 'Em.  Jimmy -fjlBgled when'tho trnohor reiid  th* story of; the 1 toman who   swam,  scross tho Tiber thrco    times    before  hroakfftnt. ,   ��������� ..,.,.';,  ..,.,,,. ,  "You do uot doubt a tralnod ���������wln-iinor  could do that, do you, Oanio*?*'  "If������, sir/' annworod Jlmwlo, "but I  W������n<*ro4 why h������ didn't make It four  and get hack to tho dido hi* clothe*  wore au.'*���������-wittc<*.������i������ ;i-"iijwj,*jtic,  Paynui aftorward |b������iamf>i^  as a physician ib; Vlrgini^  some note. as a raagaalhe writer, iinder  tho nom de plttnw ofyNibliplas^^;$picer.~,!  'X3hlcag0.yR(K!ord;''. ; ^03/1X4$$ AAA:,':'' -''"A '.���������  -,--i-''r. y i AA .-,' '    -o���������.���������I"-"-.--j!it,*.:iyi'.yljaV.v^-������������������ i,i-  ���������%���������''AAGrtEATE^ i-  yCbmpared^ With,, '^jioj-n','^^^^  '���������X^X.:    '������������������������������������.jg'.'a MarV;Aisb;;-rtanJ^  ; ,A list of somo of ttib' ���������mbchariicdl'do-  vices which nature i"htrbducbd: in thb  human bodyvand which;;man^has beoh  centuries in finding, putyw  in tho Sun not long ago., Hwo aro a  fow njbro oxumplba ���������������! -itlio' gohluB of"  iQatui'O.   It lbbka as If tlio> old. part-y;  had Edibon evou with hlBA700---or ������i������  It     7,000���������Invontions,    beflteR'!ytb * a  f-^������������������ iuisb, -.. -    ... ;���������'';���������;;,::. ���������;���������. .-...-���������;.'-:-;v/,v,i;-/-:':;-,:1.<:.-- <- -  The action of th* valvbs ; of!': thb  heart Was thb origtoal of thb idea  now in*, uso in valvos *v������rywbbroi' from  tbomo of a pump to'thoaa of a ateami  angina. , Thoir purpou* .is, to reguli*t*  tbo flow of f 1 ulds. or y vapors inApar-  iJcular directions and to-provont back  flowAbr" r������gurgi,ba'ttoh':AA'*5-.yy!,-; XyAwX:  The valve in th* box pf a pump pro-  ���������ontfl the water We havb; drawn, up,  from rbturhing to tho well bo iha't' tho  noxt movement bf tli*ypii-inp hahdl**  Will sand It out of tlio Bpoui." In the  tus������ of the;heart: wo? hav������ itwp.'jBoti1  ������f valvoo, wll08������ ';objec^',,iii'.-,ie.^^;!p*jeAv  yont blood, pumped but a .from A������aoli  tide of tlie heart, item-toturriing-iritb  ,tho hoart'8'PttvitU������i;r^,���������>���������"yilV-i,!'A.".''A,v -a-  Thora ar* joortain; Aboftutlfttl nflap  valvos whioh,iall, .back Ato. l������iti blood  ontor but which/tlbat,upon' tho blood,  moot in tho tftiddla: ttbdA-fbV^Ah'po?^  foot temporaryy partitlbh)��������� vpreveriilnk  roflux. -Tho-w. flbpg.-.������������;;^���������prbflded,with  oordB which allow, of thoir- mooting  togothori,"and thoso cords;'atfftchsd,to  the walr of thbi'-hbart/'? jpi-dl dcKvn  ngainst;tho fbrcb,. of tthb blood whioh  would causo thom-.''t!J':fl6A^;ii'i)i.t6o''Mr,  and oo tho fluid .m-qut; paab* aww by  tho proper ohaiunolf     A    i(, '     -���������  Aijaln wov have i������obltbt-U'k'b valvbe,  placod around thb groat blood vcatola  into which blood pasM������ <\- from tho  heart.. Imaijlno throo , pobkbto, sot t$  a clrclo Tound tho bntriLncb to tho  vessoh Thb niouthe !bf tho pobltot  opon away from thb hoarti', They ah  low blood eaully Ur pasHi Worn them,  but when, tho tendency l^bboU flow  onouTfl thb poekots fill toftebly , n*hd  thoir Pdjjfdtf moot; aiid ab again ihbro  la founif a tomporarir barrier ogalnat'  rognrgHatlott. ,-, ,..,, ...���������..,:,(..  Th������ field Iwro it very wldo, 'for  animals and plants hnvo l������ara������d by  cxpericmce and by,,outward., condl.  tlons noting on thom to adopt thoir  structure to tnoot i the, exJffenolo-* of  their litot**.. It wtu stild tl������nt llruool  adotod the plan of th* (^wlo or ship  worm in hl������ mode of oonnlruotlng tho  original Tlmnicn tunnol.  -r*JiefiA^naijy';^ decided ;tq;;tryAIJ>Srl^*;:^o!������ .���������,  vllams^Pink; Pills imd^af^using^  f ofxatrly^ehdutcd.^*. 3Ta- ean^fro*>������**,my5.owa.y  &-:,m  .'������������������-Si.?;;*'  t'iy,r)tiityf:  ���������:XX''~^^.  :-.''������������������������������������VC,-'  Pebbley. are good for eyery dlseaub';;, tWi<!i\ v  vgbbd|.bibbdAi8-'gbbd:*,'.for;������������imp^^^  thoy'make gbed blbbd'^thiit Is wbyff^'b'J"  yfJK  'i*:M,)fer-;:  manUodd,;   r-.   ... ���������.,    ��������� ...-,-.   Pale , Pspple'.are/'sbld.';byA;aU'.y,;.iubdlelia'*>'.-'���������&..������f[  ,4eal*rB'.''b* direct ���������'by'' mall '*t';*6d::;-o%*b^:i������A'y7'';'A  box or ������lx box������B for; *$2.50<frbni.vl.ThprIh*.:%/y';,;  WllUawe M������dloin������ACo.^ Brbckvill^i^hL y.. *  ,'-, . ���������.  i ���������    ��������� ��������� .'. ,.v-;-i1,,.,.-,-'������,'i������ili*...-f/. ,,,-.:,> ..-.,-i; ���������.!',;*������ ..,��������� ;������������������,.-; .���������..���������i*5.,'i ������..fi ,, -,  A' -'"' " ��������� ���������;   ��������� '.'���������'' ���������-���������'X:*"^lW7t -M^iX:X& ;yX.\..  What We' Havovto.:L������iarn^ Ffbm^ICUir.1 X^X'X  wiiAAy yyman.ySchopU.y,:,yxXt "JXXXxf>:  yy.Dr;:'. G������orge Pottojti 'Hanby, 'd^roptoi'r.;'.'A''"''  bfyart' bn<f 'mahhia''vHrhiHinfe;-''hi''^������A(^   '  New - York public schools, ���������wO^mb^Je'-Al ?.'  a ntudy. of European educational ,d*T**>  Stitutiona during a,forolcn:trip, say*  hat on* pf tho chief thihe *  ,to,lebra  m  X!$'-   ihgs wb. h.������ve"  ,  ,,to ileartt, from Europe is to teach wbijk.' * 'Xi  erii - how '.:tp-,' itaprovb':' their". work'.'-'4.: '������.;���������'(-"  ; VDbfihito,i^aeansiwillv soon bo.v-d*^.j->$v   " ho Bayn/i^for oducutingyth*   -  H.X.'  'XC&Q  :.i a  ;{*:   il.i'.IJiih,  tb������ 1 phtlio ^jbbqS? ���������$. liSgiioSrfehJ  clttbMB'or BchodlB by moans of stthol������i>  shlpe.   This Ib a systom: used1 in - thi  Bhgliah; sclibpla; j thov-., piipj^F.jwhp; nhow,  the * greatest   proficiency A bpthgy ad-  ivanced td the art sbh'ool Abt* tho, groal  Soufb Kensington -museum.   I-foiin^  inftiiy flue I things) in thb Gorman ^fjartu* X ���������  duBlrial., schools. ���������',.,���������.Therdr���������..*������A'^W������������j������;.'ji' .  'continuation    schools'' in,! Kunich.,  each'With a score of .rooms dovotod' '  to. varlbuB InchiBtrlOB;     In ?tho > day* av������  timo' thoy give Inntruotlort iu 'theory  to thooo who nro at work in a trado,  eaoh' approntico boing required to attend/for .one day a'Vobk, 'from' 71'la  thoj.morning till 0 nt niijht, failuro to  do >0 being punlshnblo with a fine  fbr ^hla omployor.,ATho overling and  Sunday clttHeea n,rofdi*voted toini-truc-  tlou |for advanced workorfl*; ,vTn' thb  third y-oar thoy go Into tho workshop*.  JV.I'hero nro cooking nchools.iwhetie  gan stoves are used,   Often thoro li a  kitchen garden, to ba ciirad for by thb  pupllB.   Advanced clatsBos In donioiitfB *   ���������  Bciepeo for tflrls nro   also* i>opuli,jt'.'i*A> *  Printing iii nnothor branch that ���������������������������������>,'.''/������������������'��������� ,X  pgivos, roffoh. attoyUo,a|;M   ���������.'.-: .������������������������������������,, -.., ���������,��������� ���������-,.^.....;,;-:  '",',','A . ��������� ,,. ��������� ramllif pUcljotlne. . ',,'."'\'s " ';ii,, "'  -.'..-"So-ybii are/i-olutf'io,''tWa,ybitf  ������������t bey tobollog������f      '    ������������������'������������������������'i   ^   .   i-j  "Y**,"   atMiMrttrod   Karinor  Oornto������������**l      ,..#  !'I.V������ taoKbld for ������n������.to -Imwllo lnUA .^r  woothihod. and T giiom* I'llhin-e to hav������   *���������'���������������-���������* ktr*v*!"- ��������� "iVii**'i������-,������.'^������'*,������������,V T   * "  yy '  ���������Xir-  '��������� l-.' ;1'":  :Xx':'. ,i.  A '/J'-  :.'��������� , yjA,  M   -  k xh,  ������+������y'A a  -iM'iliol  ,-; ������������������, y,i. ;,,>,  V''���������.������������������������������������/���������'>,  ���������:xm  ������������������������������������'>���������; :m  ��������� ::-'\:-rXH  ly  *v  *if'���������WW,-wiifw;*-'"*** "Wkov  ..Jii'-. 4a ���������������).'% #& & lib  '.������������������ tX  ..X..t*  ���������Iwi*  ,;U *������tf'  u r'<3-,���������>������������������'-"������������������< ,*��������� ' (  ^--'    H   . J r%    i^>*,,l       \s r ���������-,'      J,*', .. '   ' ->~   ~"      7~ ^^   I'V* *-  * A,.- - , *-       <     <*. il'J.x'.  .ff "i,'jjv(:(-  THE    CRESTON REVIEW  ���������������U*p  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  RBAD OFFICE, TORONTO  ESTABLISHED  1807  B. 5. WALKSB, President  J&SSASWSR LAIRD, General Ksnascr  WII/D xiOSg l^OVO^ No. 39  KNIGHTS  OF  PYTHIAS  Creston. B. C.  Meets ovwy <> \wv M--nritiy from June 2'1  to Ucttibwr 4 at 8 v.m. in Speers' Hall.  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 .l     , a. e. hvnch k of n. & s.  Reserve * Ulia,   -    fe,000,IIIJU j     Visiting brethren cordially invited.  Bf2������shes throughout Canada, and in the United States and England  SAS^K MOlVEY ������RDEHS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:  $5 and under     3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10   ......    6 cents  "   $io       " " $30      10 cents  ������   $30       " " $50      15 cents  Thoso Orders are payable at par at every office of a Chartered Bank in Canada  CRESTON L.O.L. 1^0.2095  Meets at 8 p.m. every 1st arid 3rd Thurs-  . day in each mouth.  Andrew Miller, W *>������.,  A. E   Mutton, R.S.  an negotiable at $4.90  Thoy form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money with safety   j  ������g4 *"* small cost, and may be obtained without delay. I31  J"  fie.  -  This is* now your ^if^^snU find ^spsrsiina if^utsBas w  f* * , - ,    *    _/-Vi*   3">      ' X      ��������� >  iddi c$' tsigsss ass ������L  NO  HARD WORK,     ^Q WORRY*.  .     '-."������������������if-Ai^s >  '. V  - '���������' 1-  CLOSEST SKIMMER.     CHEAPEST MACHfNB  (ettc#jiUfl the Yukon) and at the principal banking- points in the United States. They  I    Visifci������g brethren cordially invited.  era taseotiable at $4.00 to the ������ sterling in Great Britain and Ireland. 1 ��������� " '���������"   '  -r- ���������^.-=:--r--r-,*^rr--T-7.-r-;���������-.-.:* -r-rLrr-~ :��������� ������������������  PERCY B. FOWLER, MANAGER ORESTON BRANCH  '  -,.  ihe Creston ~ixevte&  Bvsry   Friday at Creston, British Columbia, by the Creston Pub-  ItfsMas Co., at their office, Fleet Street, Creston  J. K. Johnson   -   Manager.  ! M  Rauii G. Scruton   -   Editor.  &.  ������  ^  1 7 1 v y iv  rewery 11 Creston Hotel  A-^I   \~s   V V  s c  MOYIE.  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Election Results  Is order that th* many interested in  public affair* may have before them the  -details of this last general election 33 a  bssis of comparison snd speculation iu  predicting results on November 35, heee-  ���������with aro given the returns in tqe several  coastitnenceies, the parties being indicated bv the letter "O" for Conservative  A. Henderson, Ii, 2813; R. P. McLennan, Ii, 3338; T. F, Neelands, L, 2139;  J. W. DeB. Farris, D, 3161; A. R. Steb-  DlDgS, O, OUO ;  JCV. i^.   xrSi/-,lyv������Cc    !&������   Oosj , j  63S; J. H, MoVety, S, 63J; E. T. King-1  sley, S, 619; J.  E. Dubberley,  S, COS;  Perry, S, 29Q; F. Williams, I, 412.  "Victoria City: Hon. Richard McBnde,  C, 1614; Fred Davey, C, 1497; H, F.  W-Be������msen, C, 1477; H. B. Thomson  C, 1377; R L. Drury, I., 1190; "W. G.  Cameron, L, 1106; Richard Hall, Ii,  1092: J- D McNivea, Ii, 1033; Dr. Km-  -L" for Liberal, ������S" for Socialists, |"I __  for Independents and "LB" for Labor-  ** Hall, LR.fcoo; A Johnston, LR, 434;  t.mm ! J. C. "Waiters, S, 404;   W.  H.  Maroon,  Albersi: H. O. Brewsts?. L, 3SS; >v.  Manson, C, 204; Jamei* Oartwright. S.  43.  Atlin: Hon. H. E. Young, Sd.D.. O,  41; John Irving, L, 20; afterwards returned by acclamation on accepting office.  Cariboo: Harry Jones, L, 184; J. Mc-  K. Yorston, L, 183; Charles "Wilson, C,  152; L.F. J. Champion, C, 185.  Columbia: H. G. Parsons, C, 254; "*/7.  O. Wells, L, 195.  Oowichsn: W. H. Hayward, C. 128;  John N. Svans, L, 105.  Oomoz: Robert Grant, O, 872; J. u.  Bennett, L, 29������.  Oranbrook: Dr J. H. King, L, 473;  J. A. Harvey, 0,378: Bdvrard Kelly, S,  S21. '    'v  OhUUwsek: O. W. Munro, L*, SSI; S.  A. Cawley, C, 8!0. ~  Delta: John Oliver, L, 480; F. J.Mac-  kenaie, O, 201.  Dewdney: Hou. Richard McBride, C,  S84; R. Jardlne. L, 241. In subsequent  'hy-slection, resultant on Hon. Mr., Mo*  Sside electing to sit for Victoria oity, "W  J. Manson, O, returned by acolama������ion.  Ecqaimalt: John Jardlne, L, 187; C.  E. Pooley, O, 184.  Fernie: W. R. Roib, O, 850; W. H.  Moore, S, 285; William Dlcken, L, 60.  Grand ForkB: John Mclnnes, S, 255;  H. W. Gregory, L, 160,  Greenwood: Goorge H. Naden, L, 217;  E. G. Warreu, O, 100;  Dynes, S, 176.  Thelelande: A. E. McPhilips, 0,170;  T. W. Patenou. L, 178.  Kamloops: Hon. F. J. Fulton, O, 584;  J, T). Bwaneon, Lr 880.  Kaalos Neil F. MaoUay, O, 232; John  Keen, h, 189.  Lillooek: Mark Eagloson, L, 128; A.  McDonald, 0,115.  New Weetmlneter: Thomas Giflford,  O, 676; T. W. Howay, L, 647; J. S.  Raluey. 8,145.  Nanaimo Oity: J. W. Howthornth-  wait*, 8. 466; Henry Bhopheird, S, 200;  Br. ������. F. B. O'Brien, O, 101.  Newcastle: Parker Williams, S, 240;  J. J, Thomas, 8. 157; J. B. Cairns, O,  00.  Nelson City: Dr. G. A. B. Hall, L,  814; J. A. Kirlcpatrlok. 800; Frank  Philips, 8, Od.  Okanngan: Hon. PricJ Ellison, O, RQft;  Dr. K. O. McDonald, L, 648; F. W Lo-  Kie. 8. 02.  Revelatolce: Hon. Thomne Taylor, O,  -440; St. Oawley, L, 260; W.W. LeFoanx  1,94.  jHlolun-ond: Hon. F, L, Carter Cotton,  O, 417} OT. W. Wear*, L, 408; O. E. Kel-  ly, 8, 48.  RcMudand: J. A. Maodonald, L, 241;  ti. A. Oawphell, 0,186; A. F. Berry, 8,  ���������08.  Baanloh: Hon, D. M, Ehetrte. O, 276;  John Vimmy, L, 267.  SlmlUta-meen: h. W. Shmtford, 0,208;  Smith OnrtU, L, 200; George B, Morter,  tii mw,  Bkeena: Dr. W. G. Eerwln, h, 188;  W. R. Lord, <J, IIH.  Blooan: William Hunter, 0,108; W,  Davidson, I, UO; A. B. Dookitaader, %������,  81.  Vanoonve* Oity' Hon. W, J. Boweer,  O, ami A. H. B. w*������G������������mu, 0, 22Z3;  Um, ft. Q. ?Mow, C, S^i ���������- s*m~* w  S, 865  Yale: Stuart Henderson, L,  1E9; C.   j  A. Semlin, O, 207. ������!  Ymir: J. H. Schofield, O, 325;   F. J,  Hume, L, 239; Joha Houston, I, 147.      11  na aa  WHOLESALE WINES, LIQUORS  Jcsjfijftjdijtb ACSD CIGARS g^g^g^g^gs^  ercantiie Bloc  ~k*s  uu  -wiu m&&e   po  when ycu get o������ tha trs:s  The leading \ *&* Crestou Hotel. Trrall^K  fl r / / th \ Suen W^^ substantiate ibis. W*  ~������ .. S,*. I s^y the comfort ������f our guests.  rruti Beii i y^ rooms are well furmilttd; i������  a manner up-to^iate. ?  Rooms reserved hy Telegrapn.  * t  . Headquarters ior Mining M-sis,  Lumbermen,   Ranchers, Tour^sti  and Commercials.   '  Oar  Guests  Call cA.ga.in  i������#@#  *.  KS* **a ������      "fe^-       ****��������� r^fcih������>������^c . ������J   J7 *%^&f������9****  COMMUNICATIONS.  The Editor,  Creston Review.  Sir,���������I note in your last issue a letter  ^������m������m    C tXTj-1-mKC2rt iiV*i***-**i������^V������itf**������   **   ^w-nrtrtk-rtil^-iniiift nf*  i-.- _.- ���������- ������_- ._..._,.- %/<J J>4A^J*T >a **���������*-������������������"*��������� Q    "**���������**���������  (j   A Mice Lot of  the rules and re-zfoations of our company.  As regards ths service, I beg to most  emphatically deny that ���������'non-subscriber"  was out off in the middle of a converts-  t  ation with anyone. I am glad to ba able  to^stato that, owing to the excellsncs of  our central checking system, "non-sub?  scrlbsr" wsbeni off before e������������ ho began a conversation at all.  Now the purpose of this letter is to inform you, Mr.* Editor, ''non-sudsciber"  or any of the general public, who may  bo enfficiently interested, just exaotly  the position of the company in this matter. The company's lines wore constructed and nro maintained for tho exclusive uBe of its subscribers only. They  pay for its nse and they shall always  havo at its hands every consideration  and attention. It is quite hy tho way  whether we -Are right or wrong in this.  It ie one of our regulations; and r.s a  duly incorporated company, with powers to construct and operato tolophono  lines in tbis district, wo have a right to  make such rules and regulations. In  these I do not think we are outrageously  exacting, if non-subscriber will como  to my oflico I will show him a certified  copy of tho rules aud regulations of tho  B.O. Telephone Co., the largest organization of its kind in tho province. Every  company must protect its commodity.  Our looal wator oompauy donioe water  to peoplo who aro not its customers. The  Canadian Pacifio Railway Co. mnlcoB itB  tickets non-transferable, Surely tho  mere cxlstonco, to say nothing of tho  success of a company doponds ou the enforcement of thia prluoiplo.  I do not think tbat any relaxation iu  our regulations would bo any benefit to  ne���������at least not as far as "nou eubBori-  bar" ia concerned���������- for iu eplto of his  uomdoplumo I happen to know that  he and bin fcmily havo botnn acoordod  oonnootion ovur our system at nil tiniOB  for the last two years, without pnysnont,  directly or indirectly, to tho company,  und without booomiug a Bubsorlbor.  Wo aro uot monopolists however, nnd  do nofc dlsoriminnto ngainnfc npyone.  Thero arc two public telephones in town  where noh-Rnbuoribors onn obtain oonnootion over our linos nt tiny hour of the  day ov night for a small ohargo. It Ib  an Injustice to our subHuribore that thoy  should be obligud to pay u monthly rout  if a non-rmbsoribflr onn come In nnd uho  their telophono at any time for nothing,  la conclusion, I hnvo thie to point out  ���������wo an a eompany will use every 011-  d������avor lu our powtif to wtop vvhul lu, ul  the heat, a cheap triok on tbo part of  "aon-uuUcrlUr," a violation of contract  ou the part or the subscrlb-tr, whoso  'phone bo used, and an evil whioh  strikes at tho very oxlstonuo of the uoiu-  jwsny itiflf.  We are Agents for dilcLmuzbUn    ���������'    }  Democrats, :BugRigs. Wagons, lie.  i?  *���������  ���������*L  l  -    AND  Hand Painted Plates  STORE  You Save Money hy sosssihlsg us Wiyrt  /     Buying Eisewhwc.       EasyTerm-ev  uH  GtAJULAJUULft.ft:ft.,t.1-, MASJt.9 9JUHS 711������.9.911,19.1 MJLiJ f ?������t t,t,.t ft HI ft> > s3  \     : ��������� ��������� ���������- ,       *���������* ii Hi'     I'lii-m     I    ,ii ������������������'���������      '*  h  ji  Ii  ,*������  te+^WiLSFmimmwmtmmmmutimmmmmmmB  The Astors made $50,000,000 in 25 years  In Real Estate Investments  Would /jyou like to be a Millionaire ?  Then follow the Astor Plan  S������1!  Oardtn, U, B14W; Dr. O. A. UaiZuiia,  fl, ma; W. W. B HbXaiiet, h, m������i  Thanking von for epnoe,  inn, mi*, -uu,,  tiuv LowitNimiiri,  Msnaglog Director.  3St Lots in Block E, Schofield Avenue in the Townsite of Creston. These  Lots are the regulation size tand can be had now for $85 each; "$25 cash"  down and $10 per month with interest at the,rate of 6 per cent, per annuni  on the deferred payments. These Lots are all high and dry and in six  months will be selling at $525 each,    Now is the time to get in on these  Lots v .. - ���������,  Three and a half acres of sub-divided, land into Lots., This plot is all cleared  and lies between the proposed Great Northern depot and the C. P. R.  Station.    $1500 win take this valuable propertV-  Choice Fruit Lands.        Call or Tfarite for particulars.  w mmm *���������i**������i'  a=r=  CRESTON LAND CO,  <Box38.  Messrs. JOHNSON & SCRUTON  t "*.     ���������   Til  a ������y,i  OBWw, j  Unsifted      ly   : \.  CRESTON      -i   ifc.?  Wt have * Frtsfi Supply 9f  1 St8t<m,Che%sm^  ., Canadian Chceu  Twin Ghees?*'  Also* fresh supply cf  Fresh Halibut  Sainton and  -it      t  Smelts  -AlSO*~  Finnan Haddta  Kippers and  5mok*ftd Hallbu*!  * ������������������?     '  ^  C*ll Mtttf Inspect Gut  *U*rtety/  1 1  i  df  v*r  it  -\V  A|  1  J1  T  .' ? ,'1 *  4>  t  OPEN December ist  1 t  With a N^W and COMPLETE LINE pW  Shirts, Fancy Vests'awtlSocks in plain and fancy colors.   Also a large assoatment  of Winter Uiidevwear in all the standard Canadian and English makes.  A large assortment of Sweater Vests, Caps, Umberellas, etc., etc.  We also invite inspection of a large assortment of Colored and White Shirts,  Cuffs, Collars, and bewitching Neclcties#>  Wc call your attention to our Latest Styles of Tailor-made Suit*for Men and Boy*  Creston  ��������� ���������  MUNRO BLOCK, Fourth Street  H������a B. uuDFRBVi :ifi������nager#,yv^  ^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������^^������������������������������������������������������^������������������^b'   ! I  ' .'.".l*."  i^'f,!.  1  E.M*m������>  \.    U -    i  Tinsmith |  WMMMMt  \::tflhwafen;r  X:���������!:  I  4 <*pct-iauy*  8-S4H  ���������ufrXX.y;',.,-'  A ('-���������*>;'���������',',).'������������������ 1 :  XT  ���������i-i'.i.'i ���������*���������;���������'  ,UL Whu not Bu$ them inhere there is im Most Money to he ma.  ,Q&    13! 1     Lsl&tYl  II  JL ������  ^ou do*  J.  r  11  WtlY���������Our Lam is lust as Good, our  tstrict is the xPlace  ���������  *  Climate Cannot be Beaten,  and <zve are,  24 hours cNg&rer ihe Market :  isn't that evidence enough that Creston District  Is the place to buy Fruit Lands?  We have 8,700 acres-in our tract, and we are sub-dividing  it into" i������-acfe Lots.  Oar Pricr-i* $(Ofl~an a&k  Terms $200 Cash, balance in five equal annual payments  With interest at 6 per cent, per annum  II'  TI     These Orchard Lands are also connected by Telephone with Creston  The Roitwato Runs through this Land,  *  ti  21  Within ths Last Yesr we have sold over 800 acres  Out of this Tract.  f  0  (Jar Land is specially adapted I  21  -/-���������  For Fruit drawing*  e*He*ej''e'e',,,e*e'N'e'M'e''B*'''B*''MeM,a  ><  #^^l*k S  \  G s*es+n n   R O I  >*���������*���������*������ ���������    'V#,*Vrf'-?*-**^ ���������    ��������� WmmJu^ZmJ?^    ^r  "  V**. I  ,f&\  yiVlKbK  Notice*5 of Application ior Renewal 1  , of Liquor Licenses' ]  I  iHrl-':������SAWVlil-L 'AT CRESTON,'B.C.  | Laths,  Shingles,   Brick,   Lime  Dpars,  Windows,  Mouldings  l^'Rough and Dressed Lumber^   \  "��������������������������� <  Take Notice that-I, A. .North, of Sirdar, B.C.  Intend ^applying  to   the Superintendent ol  a   I Provincial Police at Victoria, at the expira-  a   I tion of one month from tlio date hereof, for  A   I the ren������"wal of the retail liquor license hold  a,     by me foj.' il,e premises krov/u as Ihe Sirdar  Hotel, situated nt Sirdar, B.O.  Dated ot Sirdar, B.C., October 14th, 1909,  ' I        (   >-      - -      ^AI'MVAUM  **������    '   Take Notice tbat T.V. Wftltor, of KrlckBon.  "*     B.O., intenu tippiying to ;������S6 tsupcrlnte:-'*.������':it  of Provincial Police at Victoria, at the Expiration of ono month from the date hereoi. for  the renewal of the retail liquor slicense bold  by me for the premlseH known as the ErlckRon  Hotel, situated, at lCriokBon, B.O.  Dated at Erickson, B.C.", October Wlh, 100!>.  1 J. WALKER.  ���������-G^AS. O. RODGERS     9  Furniture :;  Repairing  2  We canSave you Mohe^f  And Upr    I  Tako Notice that I, J. Marshall, of Kitchener, B.C., ftitend applying to the Superintendent of Provincial I'ollce at Victoria, at the expiration of ono month from the dato hereof,  for tho renewal ot tho retail liquor Uconse held  by me for tho preimlfteu known an the Marnhall  Hotel, situated at Kitchener. B.C.  Datod at Kitchener, B.C., Octobel 14th, WOO,  J. MAKBHALL-.  -.   , ���������"  Tako Notice that I, Goo. Munro, of Oreston,  B.C., Intend, applying to tho ������uporlntondont  of Provincial Police nt Victoria, for tho renewal or tbo retail liquor llconpo hold by mo for  . , ���������.._ w-~-TO lJC'-'     -���������*  w    the promlHoa known an tho Munro Hotel, Rlt-  ' "h^loi-<*���������������**!no*  *    natod at Croston, B.O.  nOlSkeriUg  *       Dotea ot CroBton, B.O.f Ootobor lith, 1009,  * ' GEO. MUNItO  ���������*���������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*  ��������� *  *. lift ne flgnio on your Now BuDdinp.   The "Work nnd Prloo -will suit.  !! CONTRACTO'RS  n--  v  "^  =**=  ������������������,!' **"   , ^ j v* i ( * *w^������ make a Bpool-ellty ot Shop Fitti jag, Show Oaees, eto.    ,  ���������^Tl^'Si IRfcbarb'3 &    *  fShub     iL^WIL fWette.    | E**tlmatlng  X i  -       vw'       jr.. TheLendln-jfOrcBtoJuOontraotfirftj  r*"  . . i jn*- mm i>iv j>A������!J������', ,������':, i   K,...  t   ,'  ���������Si^'n''  Tako Notice that wo, 3. B, Moron ������-nd Goo.  Moad.of Oreston, B.C., iutend npplyln-r lot ho  Buporlntondontor j?rovlncial Polfco nt vio-  toria, ot tho oj-plratlon of one month from tho  dato boi'cof. ror thu rcnowal ot tho retail liquor  Uconsd hola by un for tho promt-tot- known'iii*  tbo Crouton Hotel, ultuotad at Orcuton, B.O.  Dated at Oreston, B.C., October 14th, 1000,  J, B. MO It AN  GEO. MUAD  TaJfo Nofloo tliae J, Porolval H. Oodfroy.of  Crouton, B.C., lntond apj*l.vl������(l to tho Huporln-  tondont of Provincial rollco at Victoria, at  tjio expiration of ono month from tho dato  ftoroor, for tho rcnowal of tho wholoRiilo Ur-fiior  IIooiirq Hold bo mo for tlio promlHOB known as  tho Crouton Wino & B'Mrlt Co., altuatod at  Ormton,B.O. .���������,   .'���������  Dated at Oreaton. B.C., October 14th. 1M0  rKnolvXii R. dODiritlSY.  '������CrastrjriSw  k  jX:  ������������������l^'\.f'XrX  'feilidreiijs, Bpys*-'. ftnd'M|is^ ii^"  ���������**;?^7y,':' S^*n '" ��������� ������������������ A  .^R-eii^ ;.;  v;y'yAA- a|!):'A,^hii:ia;of all -kinds ; $u , Stodc-'--y ,v  "f-AVii.y,,y,,-: yiyAA/.i'A.-i'.y-'yyA-y.-. ���������;��������� y;iy>^,   A:-.',y-t.*A*.;������������������,-,,. y AA/-'/,,.--, ,--.'-���������,'���������  ^y;*,^.;y;;y: ^<ty$AK&iyifcit"yoi^ ���������~!X'.-i: * ^.-'-������������������-  ���������*������������������ ii'-rj^'-f'V'.'nr'1','"'' '*!'"'*vJK^v*i-:-*-V'''.*i ",AA'''*'~'"'"'Av- V'-X;'������������������"���������>,���������;���������.'' ,<:ir-.'i,^y:"-**"-'-'.*"';'���������'���������.���������*-1''''/'"' ''   ���������'''"��������������� ���������  Voto for Sohofleld find progrenB.  >      j  A Booiallut its a man -who hoe yontninga  for an equal division of unequal {inrniBRB  Bo ho idler, bnnglor, pr both, ho in will-  lu������  To givo you his ponny nnd pookot Jyonr  ^^nmUing,:-';.;'-//--;'^^^^'^';'^-      ,       'XX'  IliiiEei  Oh Sirdar Avenue  The very largest and most elaborate  fruit exhibit over seen in Oreston or in  the entire district, owned by- one man,  is now on display in the basement of the  Q. P. BX. station here. 'It* ia^ owned by  Mr. il. Lamont, -who owns a large' tract  ot unit; lanus ttt ^r-dstOu.    * ~"   y  This frnit display consists^ or giant  apples gro-*?*a in the Kootenay Valley,  near Creston. Ono Oreston ��������� beauty in  this exhibit weighed 82 ounces, while  another of, the same klnd\ weighed 23  ounces, while n Greening "Weighed 20  oances, and ii Wealthy weighed 8 ounces.  Of the Glory Monday specimen there  were only 24 apples to tho box. ��������� There  is also in thiB fruit display a second crop  of Bartlett pears, this year's fruit, as woll  at m large collection of.'over thirty, boxes  of the ohoicoBt high-grade fanoy fruit,  grown in tho orchard,*-) of every direction and within a radino of twelve milOB  of Oreston, which it the principal shipping -station for.tbis distr.lot, whilo frnit  oan he shipped from many other points  on iho O. P. B., as well no the Great  Northern Railway and, from various  points along ihe Kototonoy river.  This groat exhibit of frnit has boon  soon by many people travelling through  Oreston, peoplo from California, Oregon,  Washington and Britiah'Columbia frnit  diBtriots, all of whom,, without exception, ear that tboy never bofor������ hnvo  seen such a good exhibition of frnit,  tiiking into oouslderhtion the size, quality, color and flavor. Such opinions on  Oreston fruits from nil olnsses of pooplo,  including tho very best authorities on  frnit and frnit growing, oan now be  hoard far and wjde. ' - f  r,, Tho abovo collodion wai ialcon from  tho following, fruit forum, at Oreston;  The famous Dow Bros.-! estate, tho frnit  ranch ot ITru.nl-; Roho, Alex. Dupery, S.  Smith, Mr. Bluimonds, Ohas. Vronoh,  Ohas. Smith and Ohas. RyJcorts, as well  as tho wcll-ltnown; rnnohca of Meenrti.  Arrowsmith, Wlgous, Goo,! Benney and  lf}t<K)kH and JnoUHon2;;;T  includes a lino aapoi^mtj&i;6t vugotabloit',  bneeqnaiihwolghing'DtfibB.,"������b woll an  potatoes weighing  4J!^lbfl. ench.    Ono  squash grown at Oreston and shipped to  Spokanp rooonfcly weigh'ft4,851b������.       ,,  'li"'i, TO PROVINOtAttiBliEOTORS  ��������� * ^jt i*  onal i iMarlor $  . >Xi'  EXPERT BARBERINu OF ALL KINDS  Done with Dispatch       '  - - OPEN AT ALL HOURS - -  Shop in cMunro'Bloch on Fourth Street.  ED. MCLU.KE; Proprietor,  M  rac  .������������������-I i, i\  3C  Preliminary Announcement  I  z  am  CRESTON AUDITORI  Arrangoments have boen made whereby flitst-olaflBs  Entortalnmonts will ho hold in tho now hall in  Bast's Block, Canyon Street  ��������� 1���������. rfi  r ���������- ���������r���������rri  in ) i    rii-nwi���������������������������mimum   I * '  Dnrlng tho Wintor months.   Tho attrdotlone that aro  already.bookod^to appear in this hall m*e ������b followa:  &CopemBer t5 - Cassel's *Perclvsi Enicrtsincrs  December tO - ���������, English Opera. Singers s  gfant/Arp 4. - Jessie cMarle Biggers  March 8      ~ - Robert Meikle Concert Co,  cflpriL J Thomas Cfmrles Wetton  Besides tjuq above, iliero wiU bo various othor nttractldnfl faom timv.  o  ,-���������     I     ' !'  V���������. v������-'|.r  ���������i,***.|Vfi*.i  to tlino dm-lrig tbo Winter monthii, particnlnra of which will appoar hiiX-.,:w^lBWit  thie epnoo nnd in the loool,column ne ocoasiou roq.nircs. r-,xXX^'$x^   ...:::: : ���������: .- ��������� - _.. ���������     .    -��������� ' '��������� ,.'-^'*:<-X--.jw,W  i  Aho aU Utn4$ of C&U& mkde  >   On Short Notice*  Wo aleo koep in iiook oC Tohaooon,  > Oigam, and OlgarottOfi,,  NOTICE is horohy given for the in*  formation of Votovs,- that the Llouton-  ���������mt*Govoi*nor In Council ban ilotormluod  tliat tho holding of" ft Genorol Klootion  offon a fyvorMuo opportunity to obtain  the views of Iilleutori* on tho quonllon Of  Looal Option.  For iiieU purpone a tote will bo taken  on the iWth of Novombor iust/int, At the  1  yi-'Cv^*  j  ��������� y.-'.-1  ���������f.>M������V*-ffl&i  \Y ��������� . -X':,"'}:''X'.:'fyvX-X'  '.'������������������, -, ���������'^;V'(f,x:-y - ;-.        r    -.:���������.*;.-v,.y. ' ���������    -,- -;���������%#.-.>���������   ��������� i.^.yry.-yy^ij.^iitfcwi  I ' ��������� 'x-yMmm  ������������������+���������+���������**���������+'-**..*H  ''.,;A^'.?;*:i;rA'*������  '������������������.('���������,'-,'^r'.ri?lt>vW.,i>:i  *;;' ���������C^������ir'oW,,,^iEngland  , oa*-- T%*i������iim ah t������n .<��������� ������n bMM ���������, *:��������� **������������������ Wwo ti* the voto for tbo elcctlon^of  SoffcDrlflkiontftpatallhonM.   a \ (-endldate to the Leglslatlvo Assembly.  ��������� ���������     ��������� ^ ��������� uiDNiu Mbaow xouwa,    ,  ���������k^M^r^^a^t**^^^ j  Divilie aorv-loo ih tho WWW BQUQOh-  HOCT0IB j-is-nryletftittt .'Sunday:,-' Nov-:  offihcr.Sjptj* ^p.Hn'ay;; J,' >{'-wi/j ,^,?.,n,lff.rt,v  School*' 0. p 'ttii; YCvonsong and Bermon,  T.HO p.miS Snnday School at Alice Bid*  ing atj p.t������'f'; " '  Kotliw Is hoyehy given that tbo o������-*������itne-^:yV^  ������ HP iMreM'oif ���������ubalMlng hotweonlthiMindflr. Ay:y ���������  HiRiiod a������ ileal Kninte, Timber and Intoraiioe  AKCiit-i, imdor tho ilrm name of the Qreiiion X ������������������> ��������� :<  itcalty uttdTlinjier uo��������� at Crouton, U.O., Iim *  'i'n". V'.,HJ^������y rtlMtnyml liolmiituiUeonBeiX >' -A  All dchtHdiio .Nil- maid pftrtn-nmnin miall tie , - ,-.  pnitttnu. ������. ttit- atTiiiiomMatureVtoo,' b.Oa>AxX  iiit.iiiUpri-tnoriihiptlehtMarotoboiiloW      , ;  <  ijiHoo tlii** i/Mi omy ������������r i*tov������-iiKHir, jUmv. ,A  - IHItfnod)0,'*P.mBI< :-/x:>'-.X"X-:^  Paif.il' O. lixtUAvf,     ^ Th* Uevlbw ������������������nt to ������,nr nddreM for-  ��������� ���������"������������������ ���������'Vtotr. ���������a.OOa.year.   ttnheorlbe NOW*  '���������:������������������      |  "i  ^ AluSvANDSe  And Detroit Woman Cat Them All  ���������'-   nw :������ w;iiA  . ������hr*������    M������     ..���������������������������ft* .  After experience with, three husbands, Mrs. Anna Wagner was led to  cut off: each and every one of them and  all their issue severally and emphatically in her will, which .''-Was filed in  the probate court at Detroit yesterday.  She made the will Sept. 8, this year, and  died Sept. 13.  The will bequeaths all Mrs. "Wagner's  property to her sister, Mrs. Aurora  Parker/ of Dixon, HI., arid appoints her  as exacuiris.    It provides:  "It is my intention that..my husband  by my first marriage, Tom Meeks, and  the issue of said marriage, Charles  Meeks, residence unknown, and Belle  Meeks Atmer, of Lima, 0., nor their  issue as heirs -at-law or next of kin,  shall not take any of my property. It  Is my intention that my husband by my  second marriage, Frederick ivaiser, hor  his son, William, of Fort Wayne, Ind.,  the issue of said marriage, nor any of  his issue or heirs shall not take any,of  my property. It is my intention, that  my husband by my third. . marriage,  James Wagner, or his heirs shsll not  take any of my property. It is my  intention that neither my sister, Catherine Hettiger, nor my brother, Robert  Whittaker, nor their heirs, shall take  any of my property.*     ''���������  BURNING THE GRASS.  octors.MHioei  Oily  The  Public Ar������A^arhodAtOyb������  y Careful cf j^jhesia Stitpng-  Ayy Smelling    Oilyi;    Llnirnisnts  y    Containing HarmfulyAcids,  yAA',/Ammonla,*E^yyA;::y';'AyyAy-'  AA Many people liaye^'slung-'ito';- the old-  iifashioned idea;thfet'-&ythick: greasy lini-  AAVIAflON AND vbtif^i^N^!  Trying to FindAa ScJentlfic; Name^fo^  a Wix W^^M^-.^S}^- ,;'";v;" l'*fc" "k  J-l-._   V-.^=4-   l_"~  iii&iit, IS  tiie   DcSt   K*������ii.   .i������Ott'.'fa  S&y   jiCu  ���������-and they know. ' 'XXAAA A AA'  y "Recently a number of iheseAwhite, oily  liniments were analyzed^Aaiid-ijhey were  .fp.njd   to   COntSIG.v*l������-6"uO*fiiiuUeuy      '"g"  percentage of harmfulA -acids,;���������. and  such  irritating chemicals I asy ammonia," etc.  sensation when first  Superb  Scenes   in   Africa  When   Tal!  Grass  is  Destroyed.  Unlike a good deal of South Africa,  myodesis, is largely wc-cded. y In so-me  places the forestsyare of value, but a  large proportion are riot valued for their  timber. The"grassin -this part of Africa  grows to phenomenal heights in the valleys, and especially in the valleys of the  Sabi and Zambesi Rivers it reaches its  ; greatest height.     To say that the grass  ia   of ten 12 feet high is "no e-xacgeratiou.  Naturally it is very easy to lose one's  way in this grass if one is unfortunate  enough to stray: from the beaten track.  It is the custom there to burn this grafts  off each year when it get3 dry, says the  Springfield, Mass.;, RepubhcarL    This is  usually in Augustybr ^pteam^r,yarAeven 1  in October. The fiT-es burn for miles, s������i.ij i  as the country is largely a wilderness,'  tittle damage ia done by this method of  destroying the imiss.  It is a b������*autilid sight atyni^it in the  fire season to'-"see the balls for"-''miles  around encircled with flames.  After the grass haa been burned the  rainy season usually begins, and it fe  then that the countiy is-'at its prettiest;  The grass is then green^ ^d theAfolwge  on the trees "3"'beautiful"ri3*heApId''yi^ye*,  ' drop off grad.ua.lly and/the^ newones talie  the-.r place before the ire^ a^re "brii^J The  new leaves are of all shades vof. th-eyrain-  bow, Aarid it ia muchlike'''the fail.scenery  in thiscountry when ihe dead leaves are  fallingA-frani: theA trees;yWaterfafls> are  numerous; iin the mountainsAyiswid.' there  are many of great height,! although the  xivers are usually small irivoiuuiiey  A   '... ;A: .:;-' vy   .,'...y,**** .*������'*������:.'... '.. '.". A  '��������������������������������������� ���������������������������������t > ���������������'.���������������'������������������������������������"���������������'���������;������"������������������������.���������  ������HILBHOp������ AfS-MEMTS.       |  >yuxSbjf.Co.Xiac,������ warm  -i- . _..UI*.- J ���������-������������������������-������������������.��������� J.    J.-U -������-.  ,^ow   c|/pAtcu,.��������� HU4.    fciic'i  continued use nevery .cures.yrheumatisni,  and only deteribrates*t"t^|'^rif Jsieta up  ir.flamniation and caueesl* endless trouble, y;; ;. y :A'r,   ������������������' ^A '%:%xxcxx-x:  When'a : doctor warns you Ato quit  using-a white, oily liniment-%o so.   He  knows that a thick liniment'cOn'typene-  trate, can't sink thvougl^  reach the seat of tne'1''*J^ni^^l'iiy^A:y:.  When asked his  opinioriAay f*e*wA days  ago. Dr. Roberta stated th^tyM cbusid-  ered a  strong,; penetrating,;'psiri-siibdu-  ing liniment, siich ias "j****^i*viliiie,"y;ib he  superior to any of the white amwonia  liniments.    In his t-.venty-fi*veAyears. of  practice he had witnessed cases of rheumatism, sciatica, and lumbago, that simply would not respond to ordinary treat-  liieat���������but Nerviline cured them.      The  same physician also spoke of Athe great  advantages of Keeping a preparation lik������  Nerviline in the house' always, because;  of csamps,- diarrhoea, stomachAdisbrders,:  earache, toothache, headache; and  minor   ailments.      ^rvilihe is  a ���������first-  class* cure.   There isscareely an ache Or  a pain, internal or external, thai Nervi-  lineA; vron't cure.:Juythousarids of homes,,  no other pai&-relieviugy-. medicine is usedi.  Ilf*ty:. years'   continued success and the  endorsement of the profession are proof  that Xer\-ibne is  tlie liniment for tho  home. ��������� y ". y".-'A"-  Any good druggist" or dealer can sup-,  ply the uuge 25c. bottles of Keryiline.  y-*^^e*hA:thei;, a^toh^htt*|^t*h^'-h^^  tirjif^^ :s*st'i'���������U2,'t'!J*' :*ve'i^e'-* :wi^������"/������'iii^f*-:-gi^������i>^*������"  :'.threateied:-^th;;the:^'f*^^^  ���������cohsideredy -only * 'faatyehough-Af cir ^i^h^  :iimid'*'and.-elderl^  '.t������L8kXhf:ffindingAa;;nfl^^  . fully A-dndelrtaken Aln^^ :i^;ds;^buf  nbminaii^iit^ultyyi^slb^  .ed;;ihv:'inQdernAniftn:������'fchfet���������,he;:naad'e;%i!L':['s������f:::  treniely-yy-ppor; jbbAof fit," :"s*a*^:::'theA3^eW:  YorkyThhesy At firstihe could onlyiyde-y  scribe rit by: teltingynot' wh-ititlv^^ybut;.  what it wash% ahd^  IessAcar"*iage."   At'5lastAhe allgjifed^the  nso*ngii?elAword f<*%tOmobile"Aat on^!(ig^  norahty and pretent^ue/^ ;  cabuiaryi  *Ahd-.:-the're?i8Ahoe'',-.rsm  reproach to our linguistic ingenuity j Snd^'  when clipped to tli^vhlgar "^to"yhard^  ly' endurable by; ���������the'ysensitiv-fif^Ayy  A like ihabili^ytolroake  is evide^yyto :be itiu^  of: !thi*|>:apto^ohilefs/Adesti^  ''Aeroplane" yiacKs' spw^^;tT^:^a\dts ;of  ''autpmobiie?'-''biiit it is a poor tm^  allyhas.vhe'Bnysaid^fcnAit ttat'^n :^ and;  iiobo'dy-'has;i Veiiturea ?-.^.'ispeaK^orA:writey:  it������A heeessiiry "��������� coi^lifeexitsV; ^t'oiX::JgJer6������  plahe^.*^d'-:"''a*eri6pltthi^  areyesq^t^y^  <ta^^biti^Aand, ^rrahAy^  aviate/'Av^hey,! are iah  eny waysvAas; vtnusA use^^iofcithe^i^tujw^  to be brought;;but: isy notAay remote ^aiid  highlyy lmperfectyrese'^^  but the; power^toAdoA^^erA  Eoja^titlii^ thp^y.birds;! -lS;'.a**^ry'qui^s":an':  6th-ij*v:ahd;:that^s^to":ha'wi^  if this;juust!be called flying-1-!t'isyiibt  at allAineyitaWe^^  the A 'j^tiuAy-yerbA-  founda^bh foryt^  ' needed. H ''fExsctly;* 'toe ,-S^-'%ot;:;,"agitator"  ahdA ^gitatibn^iAfrbhiA ^���������agitate,"' so we  eould gety?'yi*.*lit  from "volitaie."   Xhsv;-Icbk; wrcity well.  ������*t;S'*^*3u'j^J*iivi;y:,-*K������^^*1i  ' KH EDI^^OFl^SESAl^i^ti  H is A Hdm^liifey^iyy Example ?js^hich  e������r**  a: ���������������������������Hj^^^faBji^iWq^Sv  ,ss="=^=**,t::-.���������r-".-.. ���������.--���������������, -v.������..:.������;v������������������w������������u"  tonous uf jiugcfy oieOmos  a  iaboiiE*61^: Sov'0:^he$ Suaiight  helps youH Romember--.Suu������  light does alS ihe^0rk������-':;;,%:  at:,b*a8t���������4S8-^s6v:,������MGl'liB-A^-  h-alfy.Wo.^mio.'#df^������^r^  " " Sjbdiis,A  !���������":  'NeVf.yivttr  Most of the troubles thatyaffeet  stomach and bowels, and if.these  are put right the child will get  Well and thrive well. Baby's Own  Tablets cure nil stomach and  bowel troublt-ii and all the other  'minor ailments of babyhood and  childhood.1 * The Tablets: are easy  to take end aro guaranteed free  from opiates. Mrs, H. Matthews,  Canfield, Ont:,'says-: "I have used  Baby's Own Tablets for my little  girl, who had n weak stomach and  was badly constipated. The Tablets cured her of both troubles,  and I really fc������l na if tliey had  saved her life." Sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a  box from Th������ Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockviiie, Out.  ��������� ���������'���������''������ ���������'*>'"��������� ������ ���������*) ��������� 4 ������������ ������ ��������� ������ ��������� 4 * ��������� ������*  ���������������������  GOT INSIDE.  Preparations were being made in the  Criminal Court to sentence a negre who  had been convicted o fmurder in thv second degree. Two little negro beye peep*,  ���������d through tho main doorway of the  Criminal Court roam and addressed ene  of tho Mtcrn doputifis, according to the  Kansas City Journal,  "Do you: lot'boye in?" said the larger  ���������of tho two.   ,'. A" .-;���������  "No boya allowed," eaid the deputy,  disinterested. ,-,  Tho  little   negroes  Btrolled   half   way  down the etairi* leading to the    street,  . held a conference and then returned and  again opened the door.  "Mister," eaid the larger, addressing  tho game deputy, "does it make a difference if wo is the sons of the man  whot'B goin' to jail?"  Tho boys woro sons of the nogro who  ���������was awaiting the  murd������r msntence.  The littlo incident so affected Mr.  Fried berg and other court attaches that  thev all went to Judge hatahaw and ask-  ���������d him to reduce the sentence.  And the boys got inside the court  room, too,   ������ ������������   SAFE I  He wns telling a thrilling story out  of bis wallet of a tlimihiiiul and one  hairbreadth escape!- ovi-r In Santiago,  <l������������������fliorknow, and hit pr������*tty listener  Wuh loaning anxiously toward him,  nru'ging nn liU every iiu-inni-**-..  "The ���������vrtlv"," wrer upon un," hi* said,  "bi'Ufiwing and ronrini*������, ns I have no  ofri'i. /murtl tliotti. Wi: (M (or our  llvrn; T don't deny it: but cui-tv Hrcond  wo lenew the ravenoti������ pack wuh ---itining  *>n Ud. At' last they wt������re no *������*������r that  ���������we could fiicl their niuzzlci" aguinitt   our  leg* "  "Ah!" ga������p<*d out the buly. "Iiow ������!ntl  '   you mut*t hnvo 1ic<*ti thnt thoy Iuul their  miiwloH ont"  ��������� ���������*���������������*������������������������'        ' ���������"  Ottcouraglng,  N*ell    (HontimentiiNy/��������� I    wonder    it  there In  anything In a preeentlmont--  why the ohanfti-i of marrying a rich and  1 handflome young mini should haunt me]  ���������ol  Bull   (cynically)��������� rcrlmj**^ b*cauiiu*   It  ���������   -erfi"****.  The Siamese Cat.  The Siamese cat comes froni the kingdom of Siam, \yhere 1. first met him, and  is of two dasses^the^yeomruon y&nd the  temple cat. ,yyThe common or garden  vnrfety ydiff���������eirs'^fronii the temple in the  same *sis������iei::v������s.y-'a,." thoroughiJied -differs  frbnvtheArttbi^^ cat,   horse  ���������br--dog.;yAy'T*hey.temp^ cat-tisAthe ..oiit-  coaie ofyjlong years of careful breeding I  .a^AtMbnous careA Ay He is jealously l  gitaided ;by the bonaws (priests) of the  teinple, and enters in some -way which  I have never been able to discover into  theij* religious rites and sacrificial offerings. '  AHis exportation has been .prohibited  for many years, as he has always been  ia great demand among cat fanciers, and  bo many were carried of ������ that, the prices  became fabulous, and the priests objected, as thsre was fear that the royal  line'; might be<*ome extinct. Oh, yes,  there is a royal line of cats,.of which  there were,two in; thi������Acoiuntry.  The pure Siamese temple cat is born  pure white, and at the age of two or  three monthsAshowsV naaxkings of blue  gray on tap, legs; and ears. As tinje  | passes, these tdfe brown and at six  " months -thetfaceiXtailv. cars, and y feet  show a beautiful brown color, like young  seal, where theA-body is as yet white  with just enough color,to warm it. The  greater the age of the cat the deeper  will be the color'of; the fur. The eyea  ������r������ ������������f a beautiful azure; blue in day-  lij/ht, they glow like live coals at night;  I have "had thirty at a time. I rent  s, pair to the sshibition; kt Liege, ���������: which  wnre sold for. six thousand francs. Five  hundred dollars;.is not an excessive price  for a pure epecimen.���������Harold Bassett,  in The Cat Review.  ���������.. y������>.������������������*������������������������,���������-���������  Her-eV the  Answer.  Btiv.  can't you twees���������  Whnt is th������'amswerT  ,   An Im* 8������ th** money holds out,  Oh. money's tk������P*������wer  N������ R*a.!  Thot makfts tha law  Ha������*l*������ tbe koJter eo It will not draw;  M4*fl������*V'*S th* *���������&  That erases  th������ mlBtl A  Of a man whe klU> t*. fcuranu kind  Aa-1  ���������tnakto lili* ������oed,  ������v'th������ #1k������ ������t hit wad,  NiM-kiak *m*r������ tkan inn "act of Go*."  Then ateiar amla  OtoUlm* the Mil   :* *-. '  A*4 u**������W8 tkflt tkti killer  Wt-jm't trosy at mil.  Voey'o tk������ etuff,  a������lKK aaii aemlac aid plenty er*������u**rh  Thn J������w to the law,  UAjestle. *ra������d,  A ku*hj*ftrk *f Mf������ty tm the laad; *  AM4. My, watpii It ������t������uu,  Aa-I sUr-d and utaiid  V7ltk   ���������nt������tr������U1iM   kand  As fmK m It k-Mtrn tk������ MMiey eommnkd.  C������uirte ������f Jaetlc*  Arc t������t f������r uli;  T*4 Wench and tb* kor  'Will MT*r ftUI '  In tk������ titty tk������r ���������we���������  Th������r will kt*������t> up tke t!**kt  A* !���������*��������������� m a <Ul!tr itnyi lu ilsbt;  Tker'rn knaent ���������anu-tk���������  TU������������ tnw'n flnltv  DeMMma-i up������n whether ������r not It will nny;  Tkat'n Ui* niuwftr.  An-I thnre'U be nn end  An lcpjt ������s tk*r������'n tiny Thaw nieney tn npend.  Hut tknt na tlit dooket,  PlMM.  ���������W.  J.   Mtnpton, In  thn New Torlr Tltnnn,   ������-*-6~-   : J[fc;yricnust;;|bo  ;:f)^ttyAiUi; li^it-.tha^  to theyfectyth^  y.earA ^Anyhow, Atliey;-:. t^Apro-{jerly*;bud^  and metth- exactly *>vhat we ineian: arid' do;  noti-'sayAwhen Awe;; talk about ''aviation"  and ^ayiato^'';AyCertaiuly?ythe  irip*rey*reasonAwhyyflying inacninesjsfi,ould  "recall the extsterice of birds thari; that  ���������shipsy should recall:^that of fisbea or au-  "tbmobiles that of- horses-r-or; rad'o-teleg-  Taphy that of wires.   Jy  It "is a curioris fact thaV������rir remoter  ancestors seemed tb haveAno difficulty  ��������� in inventing aa many new; riaines: asithey  needed, arid yin riiaking: thetriAall good  br.^> while nowadays such:y\vork is al-  ymost never well done.   Perhaps it is because we hare so much more of it tb dp  than-they;did and can't^ stop to think.-������������������  -.'New;.York Sun.   ���������' XX:''\.. : ;��������� ���������������������������'AA  ������������������������������������'-���������' -.-<.*>':-: ������������������-���������.  Ay Spanking does ' hot;::A;'ciirei;;ehUdren;'; of ���������  hed^ettirig. ThereAis";'a; coristitutianal  eahseAfor Athis trouhle. .-Mrs. M. Sum-  ; ssrpi Bos W. 8, Windsor^ ,'.Ont.V will send  :fx*eJJbciA;any motheisherysuccesshil home  ���������farejrt^nent, wiiiAfijdlA-iristra^ Send  ribymoriey, but wfite h^Ato-day if your,  children trouble you in" this wayA Don't  blame the child, the chances are it can't  hel^ifcyAThis treatment,slab; cures aiuits  tmd aged people trbuWed^with uriue'difc  ,'��������� fieUltieByby day or nighti' -;;  ':^'W&XA,   ���������'..'  :������.+A*-AXXxX\    AXy0.  fyTI-IE NATIONAtAC|^LBlN.^^^^;y>  ;yOn th'eyAmateur'Stage;  AtTheyShakespearsAChibrybi  leans Ahscd  io give  amateur: thcatriccfe  ���������perf or malices   thatA wprev distinguished:;  fer they social prbininonce of. thekitetbrsiS  Onoe ���������ayysbeiotyy;:y<*elcbrity,Awithg^i-gb*ry  geous cbstiimo, as One' ofythe   lo^sA|ihA  ; waitingAhad ''Only four.'-y^o-rd-ayfbAt-j^y^A  '^Tlie qrieen   lias     swooned."  A As;% hey  'stepped forward  his; frleridsyhpplaindiea '���������  vo<ijiferon*3ly.y   Bbwingyhis;:;thank^y|he^  faced   -the  king, andAys'aii!Airi^ayAhigiiy  pitbhed voice: "Tlie swooii^he's ^newea^;  AThere was;a  waited patiently^ and; niade  ;teiri*ptiA"Thev:,i-*wcen..;ha's,:oo  y1 AgamythoAAwalls trcimblediAynnd;;the,  stage Airi-tthagersaidvAi A i;hat  ebufe;AbeAheara;    all   over    the   house:  "'���������Coirib���������'������������������off,; yon- dogghnp4 fool!"    *:  *   Rrit the:: airibitiousy amateur    refused  . tpAsiirreriaer. arid in a rasping falsetto  tsereaxned;   "The  coon hns   s\yeeiied.''���������  ���������^plenierit'fjOf.Afq'iiS*.'^^  'pious^ eftsnu^^^Vth^  ythe *iess|:'ieniairiigd|Bt^^  rX' The ;-prie;^ili������^  'sion ���������������������������.briVyth^kliedi^  ;beh ... exceptA -���������fbry'A'tiw'iiyoc'casio'n'a^  ytoy the-A-i greatAyAAbdiiv^  She is: avQrb^k >v?ithA:Circii^i^;Ahlbbd.  yf-onie^five <7^^'^^nf^'ih^^^0ii������r\  tdlv^heviewtteairirig^oi't^  Jsltely Abeituilf ut X }AKifedb*fe-->Ot'��������� appear  ; than* any; Europeanj^Sr^  irialb: ;g^xAi>ii^A'gazedAupbtt^  of this;-iady. A  ������������������'x:-''XXXiX^XXXXX.A:XX-  vPlieis the hiotherAof sixvehildreri, five  i girls an^ya boy vyTliet^  l^ten-'yetirSAbf yagci'itan^^  ���������bbvn  bf^MbhariiiriedariArul8rBygisn$r4i*y������  ���������.he^ls'r^iOt'innerit/.ihia''.:;^  -ThisASybtihg ^prince: herit^i"asyhe.i8  i*otfie$y^  ���������si^ersAinji-tnpprt  '^tbbdv^Are^eriil**lo:^isA.'riipt^^  jslendernesHyo f  Ayy; y/-f^^  ��������� '���������".���������..   , , .���������    ~f- ���������    -���������   ,. -U''���������.'-"'.-;'.*. ��������� '���������-'^.\i*.....~?i.--��������� l-.'.m.ifj'.-^ "* ������������������"������������������ **r'.-s���������*���������,:'.���������-���������-, --.������������������ it.*....S^J?".'C - ��������� -��������� '.���������.. .  .'.'.������������������.'.'    "   W������'i'���������-^Xf^?..;,.'V������^^,-a.W^,'.,.:-r-V,--..^>*.'.,-Bru: ��������� ...���������'..,������������������..  ; ?"i*'l?fft*!''.'^i������'n i'.,'.*!?^!aS;������,fc?isW,CTA������a-S  i������������gS&  'v*;''';Ayi*^*^V*,,'>V������*;:^*^.S������w%':^.**-������������^^ ,:,,-;-; y:,,',;vf-i  y&eiii^  ���������*!&'.:���������'.������������������'��������� ���������."*. = -",;:- -.-*"-%' 1  ���������?ftit^*es������:|of;;hi^������l>iniAth^  the ���������' greiatA riiajoicity���������)::������������������ believ-*sAiithot; tlie^  ghost/ of^a'-jam������^  on ,the*;he^Aof;;ihflVb������^fc:\t^*fe^9^  to-'"^rnyhioi;Of ;dai^  to now viotiras. - It la declared."tlwit God-  pr*oviucs,'! xor,,'"[*i*,*xey,'*uigv****8 ���������} sus.ii'y, ���������y v.-wUiiiyy *������"*���������*-���������, ,*:  ' the ;;-uttb-unt Aof Abne*. ':jt\x^iiyai4day;;A;th~ty *y  'is'''tb''savy-:'ifv^  'M'4  '&���������������������������. '  tilteboiiy Soap Is delightfully refreshing tor  hath o? toilet. For washing underclothing it  Ib ;uneaualled.   Cleanses and. purifies. '  .-AA--���������?---*"     ���������!>     i-���������'���������". ��������� y..v..���������-"; y^y.>:..-,..*.  yy      Greater   Than   tneyGrnaiest.  .A'-A^erilyAt say unto you,; anibng; them  ^hat'are born of womerijithere hath:not  * aiisen & greater than JTolirithe Baptist -j  Ayefc;-he that is but little; jn the kingdom  isygreater than he (Matt^2:ll)^      yS;  AThe Master states a faetiA He doesJapt  offer  an  opinion.    I&Aj^  .^���������e;-'{-knew. j^hat'yyW^  Adare challenge His w&ict. AWlri^^  ness in John's virgin, seclusion, authpri-  Aty^ijnd mission, y Jesus^asj'ia^JewiV ,Tohn%j  Awa*3?a Jew,: and. per *f oOT^^ajl^^islise^e^:  Amonyi   "I am a voiciiScryin^i*a^Ke^^  derriess." y Out of the .JewishAecbrioniy  ycairieAshadows of goodA thirigs|Ab ;come;_  theViaw; .inade notliin^  pei-feeoj-y  yhi"8;;f>-*ri^|^dHfi^ ;^f^A; ���������'.  A'gA'e'.-a^ffliriiiyAriiaiiythe ,-Khedive ysets  *ariyexainpie-Awhich^ the ChristSah father  ^night*AeitriuIa  strid^'English; French^ Aitibic and;5irirk-y  !i$h;^ithi.;the*idea^^  theriiselvesi- for -vl'the SpoSitibn.':.of':'������ionpg-'.,'  ���������ambus:'iviv'es!*;'Ay;y*yAAyA;:y.-.:i;-y^   yy, yyxy-y;,..,  y|AbbjasyAig^iinl������^i^tb Ahie^e^ p se't''-?hii  -fac^":y^im  A^V?^./y WhicliJA is.: ilie X vbgiie -A^brigAithe::  ;^e*aithii������*r:-Abf]:hi8^  'bllow^^riughter roiAhi's.".'^jih^i^nie,,--; they  Inniate   pf^'.';ivhrit-,Ais,':-'.cb-mmonly;;^iiriderT/  stood byAthe :termAhai*em|A5-i:^  spects';butythis'r'hV';'lia8;;hWg  "asy the   yiiibstyMphammedanlj'jypip^JtQt  pptoiitates, -for : his  briMns   are y'per-:.  formed with infinite;; fervor and; any-.nd-^  'd|Qyiatin'gAregulaTity.'|- AX:A::A.XAA''::yXx.  .    The fivetdau-Kiiters recei*^Afrb^Atheir|  mothery a   training:: whichj-    from A they  poirityof "'-viewAA'ofA the^AyMbhamii^ajnfc  faithivi^A orthodox; ^hpugh^A  '"^--' "deviatesA -markedly'���������*"-':^frbiriyMoA;  give^. _ _      _ _  but ^e'%-^iisk'e������:',-njM  iithe^hew'tAi'pr^hisy  ^iriari y-whoffed--'bnyhi'iny^nd.ihe'; iatylikely; ^Oy^?'^A':;; 'AA  '.:.be'ytiwri^;in^;-;aA;ti'^  X i-Tri "a/:smali;-;lridl*i^  ' ibr'-ft "vlll-wer.'-waavJciil^'hyj^ ��������� XyXSy^XXiyXiM  tigated^Me\a^id^-tal^ -'; *':: v;" -r'; ���������'-'-*  '' e:dAthe;: wrdict|A"^t^  eating hiiri; ^tlwrev^hio ������>f A  ;dcathy; j^thingi|;*w&0eft':;bf%:h^ ,���������...  his ibbri^''; ia*rid*-^riie^fi^^  hand.'?- ��������� yy. .���������;���������,;: ���������' 'AA', AA y .-Ay:'��������� yAAJ,-:"';-;: y A. 'XXA#A;A  ���������Wr'  -%>r  .���������������w;irfAi5.s*  es.  Given, $2,^,000 Worth of Stock  [IjBritlijfl^Ay^y:  y>%&~'.  y^l*v-  ':<W-  ������������������'MX  ���������m%  uicS by* Levca  ���������:*5.#> ������������������*���������:*  JlltijV.lll-  spireil fear,:*awe^error^ji*v^^was|^e  rbidirigybfy Jehbvahfs fi'pe"j%"'ite; law^was  auatere^eCTeting and seyere,; aiid could  not yritokeyperfectJA  yhairiinedan ideals' in -h?sA"^latiorisfywithr  ,hi^'^niA--:yrThe:^bc^?ii;'io'Vbe^  withAytheA dyriasticyepricept  defined^n his^������dricatibri^  vthe^iijret';8ei6^:^ "  Lever -Brothere^niitea,:,Manufacturers of  SunllKht Soap. haVe'been-tryln-?- to solve the-  ^nro-D'lem*-of satlBfactorS-.^relations *hetween e-m-  riloy������r, and eaipldyeef The;Avillnse ; of Port  SunllKhtwds built at an expehise^ toy the* firm.  ot ���������'���������12.5W^00r; Sind^v?3,O()Oi06(y wjia-^rasy: simply*  ��������� for the. purpose of ^itapVovirig-^tho.1 conditions ;  iindeKwhich ���������^sl**?.employeea live/ian,d,1a wl.Ui-;;���������  out "any" flnBaclal 'returai to. Laver Brothers- y.  Llmlted.;whate6eve*.yTheyha^e-al8b-adopted!.::  ,a nys^eieiof .i^ensiorilng their *e*tripl6yeea when;;  Uiey'^MO.i.rib^'-lonB^'iaw^  they reach the age of SO of'SS'^'������������������" B-weatly ?Mr. ;��������� , vy^  W. H. Lever net: a8lde;;**2i6<X),00(>-ot stock; toi ; A*g  be: srlvjB-aito the- Various', employees'i-*6t Lever* -:'^t  th;s.'^QC&''':'tbbk',l{jg!^'a's"Ori.-Ju'!^^  'ntickiSls'l'-ctveri-' einplm^es '���������;���������:"ac<^fni'ir 'tofielisJh'- :,'  ofi^ieiTic������u-?a:nd^*g%th)^;.:*sb'* foii*;';asAth������ite-re-'':  main vrittythe^^^^  riayabloysnnually, including (i-fif: preaehtg^peer.  ^V������*" 5fJ*Pe..J?*ertnft^^^  TOGINWE  'it-'you want to eee a happpy 'woman, just  bAl"*"*on:Mrs. Mollie Dixon. 6& HosWri ave-me,  T^styyTbroritdA' ;*y;A''; -"X^'X&AAAXXzXXXA  ' ^After ieri -yearitiAof' feuff������rlhs-���������>tromJ Kidney:���������������  Disease;'-';-! ���������bellevn'I^owe.niyi.llfeito 'QlnyJrnip.  Ecfdrs":I beKani utsihg Gin Pills,; rity bacltiachy  ed so.much tha-t I could.not put on,my shoes,  but after  taking-three .b������*seaAbt 'Qin ^Pilto,  those troubles are ail gone.- It lg a plsasaro  John wasia. burning J;fKr"tne^l^^d^^-KmOre^MtiWoni^;toAtho  tt. ���������.. .. ^.^. *��������� I ~ond   reputatiiMivof  ''Glri^PllIn v^:   A -  Vc- ���������:  mWX0M$XMxXt;X^w&������  *���������? A'iSiS;#li/fe:^KJiift  yarid aAsWnlriglight.   He ��������� was; so rieJar ;tp J. srrand yreputatipny of y ���������'GlnAspllIfc  imx  * -JifX. -"���������  ^',*  i:  .*p^Acapitai?a*tl'd|-ja'Uo^  y-ration: bf Wyflry 6aS!^MMA:: XX  ywln* -tlTetad^ri"ifation  ���������'- ���������' i 7^^������������������rJ,' * -'JiB-iT   -  ���������*���������  ^^iWAi.  ���������XXX���������;.: yy AyAiPeppery Duel.-y^  AyyAA^-rtairi'v^iitera^yyA'and'  diploaaatic C  yfriend^fA^onira'"  ypepper * diiiel:; at v^  tHb ^ts'Apr bvbkedt tO'^  ?t1ife*'''gu'a'ntityPof^  5|t:AA  :^A<  :-:^WAA  - ���������.(���������������?,���������. :..i..,r  -imkxx  ..v^..,r3,'y:'  *v,ife.-  ������������������'������������������A-'^-v:  ���������.;;SB-ft-.-.  S������f;:  's  i  jthoy'risiBg^sjan-''':  Atvhenia^lyth^Aw-^tT before^wa^:;pi>;*tAa1;  John was  ;outito heairAhiirivA:The;topy;stbneAcf his  FtheAbirth: -thrpesAbjJrst  -John waj3 the star on theAbrbVir: of' re?:  yceding night; the saints are, sons of the  f morning.    The ' Jerusalem of . Jblin ; wiaa  the:city Of David; the* JerueaieHi of the  saintsycoineth down froin;:-'.he"ayen.; John  wt^^theAjast of the '.'p>ophey;'ia'a!:eysteB-l  tli^tA;wasA vanisMng Aft-v^a^^  j .^llow; in ythe steps Of :^  .Pennsylvania   ProducesyaA Big  Share  -MvA;y;0f the World'sA^u-biut.  ^I^nnsylvania alone prpd*#*������s:mpre coal  AthanAkhy single foreigp; country except  '^r������(^t;iiBntain. Pennsy;iyariia*'-r... produc-  ytiohvyO-f Aeoal exceeds, in Afa^t/,';jthe com-  vhihVd produetioii of ail foreign .eouhtries  ^r?^?'^ ^ Great 3jritaiB,:rGeraauy .andj;^^^^  vAuBtria-Jtlungary. ;   , * t name.'> arid absorption.    John stands i  yfeyPenrisylvania's output in ,1908.was 3.3  tim������*s y that of Austrla-Huiigttry, 4.8  (tiriiesAthat of Prance and; 7 tinicB that  of A  Buseia,    these    being  r������Bpectively  fourth, 'fifth and sixth among the. coal  ^producing ceimtri������*s of the';world.:;  ���������   In the production of bituminous coal  alone:;Pennsylvania far., outranks;the  'other coal producing States, the output  in  1908 having bwn  nearly 2V4  times  that, of Illinois,  which ia eeeond,   and  haying exceeded  the oembined  produc-  ���������tion of Illinois, W<*������t Virginia and Ohio.  : The total production ef coal in Pennsylvania in IBftS,   as   reported   by  .the  United; States  Ge������lo(**leal .Survey^, >va*������  200,448,2tl. net tens, havinr a upot value  ���������f $278,������������e,lfl2.    Thin  Inclnded  74.347,-  1������2 gro������B tens (eetiivolent tn 83,208,754  net  ten**)   ef anthracite,  with   a spot  value   of  tt������,17H,M0.   and   117,170,527  *rt������fc -Ion*, of bltuinin.-ins,  with a    spot  Valne oriJUMlMOS. A      '  ,;. The   prodnctlen    ef  both   anthracite  and   bituminous coal in   Pennsylvania  in TW������ was leas than in 1007, aaya tke  Tron Age, but owing to the' fact that  anthraoite no lonc*r ���������nierB to any great  extent Into   manufn������tHrlng    IndiistrlPfl,  It  wiia  1e������m BerleuMy affaetpd by the  financial d������pre*nion    than ; bltumlnoiiR  ooal.'",  legality, the mother of bondage; the  saints;, are freest I of the free I '-������������������ ��������� ^Greater;  than he in birthright, spiritual dignity,  distinction,, emancipation. The^'.i-least^in.  theA kingdom is a child, claims angel  guards, inherits all the promises, free  froni.prieathbbdi sacrifices, or journeys,  or localities, exalted, defended, piloted  and crowned.���������rll.T. Miller. : * ;  y.,vy"'- "  ���������"'" '��������������������� '��������� :������������������-������������������,-'���������.'.������������������  Minard's Liniment fer sale everywhere  Headauarterr*  for the Juice.  Once upon a time a child who waa  naked upon aa examination paper te define a meuntaln rang*v aaid: "A lerge  Bir>d cook tttovV." Tito iitiiin method  of ceaaonlng neema to go with older  growth. A recent examination paper at  the Sheffield Scientific Sehool at Yale  contnlneil the ipiestlon, "What la tin  office of the gaatrlii juiceV And the  annwer on one paper uaitl, "The atom-  aeli,"-~���������level*intl Trader,  f****+w^ty#n*tf*-.  Kl* p JM C;.Y ^  f. .   *i   I '    I     I������-,  In.   %Jf    ���������  j..;\Xj\  A S������nsible JVlcrchant  Bear Islnnd, Aug. 20, 1003.  Minard'e Xiaiment Co., Limited..  '.'' Dear 8lra,--Your traveller U here today and, wo are getting a large quantity  of your A IflNAttB'S LINIMENT. Wo  I find it the boat Inniment in the market  ���������molting no oseoption. We have been in  huainees 13 years and havo handled.nil  kind*, but havo droppod them all but  youre; that boIIb itself; tho others hAve  to bo puehod to get rid of,  ','!''���������'/'.'''  M. A. ITAOBRMAN.  '  ,:.y'yyYommy Tact,  There wttis a ������light coiiimoUon under  the sofa. Thf* pn"tty girl and hnr llancee  peeped under, antl w^re atartled to seo  Brother Tommy's t������������es protruding.  "Vou, Tomxny," mild hi������ ulater, with  much wnphaale; ''what are you doing  undflr there���������wn lei i lug ubt������" "  "Naw," grumbled Tommy, "I ain't  wiatohlng you."  "Tliein who* ������Ai you doingt"  "\Vliy, I woe pitying that I nm mending a motor wiT���������that'-  }������.HrT.'tt-.l*������''r;*'-  ".HJCTI.-'  vmr  .'a what."  ���������*���������"���������"������"  7Te---T?2f  Tranacrlpt.  What Will  He  Eat?  She���������I'm living   on   brown brent! and  water to Impreve my eomplexien.  1T���������������-How long can you keep it upf  She���������0, Indefinitely, I guea������.  ;������-} **nv7fTvle-f ���������.'Hfttfr-'fl  ;';VNo;'Mistake. *'    ���������'���������-'���������������������������    ������������������".-���������  "The eon8t*ble aeeoie wonderfully #er-  ta^n about the detailo of wy eaw,"' wtid'  a defendant, with' a, anoea*,; "but 'Ko.iv- **  it he doesn't oall hia feilew officer t������  eorrahorat'e what -he;������iyaf". ���������'���������* ������������������X-- ��������� X  "Tlf-ere'B only one oonafca/hle a*oatleried  in the village, sir," eiijrfawed the,pe'lice-  hian. ���������'        ..���������':���������',.���������.       ,       ���������,;:..'���������'���������������������������;,..,, ,rv;;*y".  nantljr, aaeerted: (JieA'defenda'dtJ''A-;:' .^**i;!?,:->-A>  "Iffkaetly,"   Oie   ���������p^Us^r^^  fimiU-ag broadly, ^tliit'a lUelithe':elMwiie  agaiiist you.'-VI-bhdbn'^jtiBlte.XAvy;)������������������������������������>��������������������������� -  ,v.!-   -"' -y" \������^V]^.������X'.'r>tX.X'yA''v.  MInerd'a Liniment nelleve] Neuralgia  ,,.,;, -\ ���������-; ,'��������� i������i:t>y '��������� - ��������� ������������������--���������;  -��������� ���������.::Llfi'-*'-l!ty^ XAy:  The bpeuing'ib'f^a,! railroad' from ������#  peint near Luior",'into Athe.'Libyan ,de������-  ert lias rendered ,ea*iy', the> anproacH te  the oasia of ShargeU, which i������ regarded  aa a typical example i������f theat, ioelated  centres of life. For three yeara ;}m*t pt������t  li, J> Ly Beadnell haii i^idedLlw thia  oaaiD, studying .the phenomena of  sprluga, moving oatida, wella, and, ho  fertli. Tlie Libyan eaeia are d������ep : de-  presalona in a lofty plateau, wbioh haa  a maximum elevation of nearly 3,000  feet, but, the bottoms of the oauop am  only from 100 to 300 feet above uea-leveli  T\\oj nro tiriderlnin by bwla of ftandatouo  which ore ,the. BourecB of .the woter imp.,  ply. Artesian wolln y400 foot deep foriri  practically inexhaustible meant* of irrigation, a������d^������UBh deep, wells have been  used ' from ancient times. Tlie doprea-  alone were ;.onoe tho beds of lalcea, and  the water In tb* -wwUtonw ���������u-obnbly  hao IU BOiireeg in tho Abyiwlnlan high,  lauds.  AN UNCERTAIN PKOrOSmON.  C'yruii Townsend Brady, the author  nrnl olergyinitii, told at a dinner In Toledo n Btcn-y about charity.  "A millionaire." said Dr. Brady, "lay  dying. He had lived a life of which, an  he, now looked back on it, he felt none  ton proud. To the minister at his hod-  bltlo be muttered weakly j  "'If I leave n hundred thouannd dob  lar������ or ao to the church will my utilvu-  tion be aaaurcd?"  The minister answered cautlonalyi  "'I wouldn't like lo be ponltlre, hut I  H'fl -**--ll worfh Trylnf*-."'~Wa������hlnirton '  Pe������t.   ������&#&$$^jb&Qjj$<  iy HfcS a ?: ii^0XimX^it^^M^^^^i^m^.  "Snmole . free.*if you i^WTi^yNatlorial ADrug-;'&  .Chemical ijOoAidJeptAHJi:) Toronto; yOnt.yvy-j  -A. ���������,;-:'���������:--" ,'y A XX: -' rXWf^^W^^^XVX^^-:"^  yX-:- LdndbnAMulB^  i.-.*:l^!3bury'i5f3r������nft^^  just-yfurnisK^Afthi-tyf^  are byAribAmearis the -able cily^haunt bfi  'the;:;-m*ull������rry.;'tree;:yff  tree8i''-.-.:,08'iiPliny*  "lifees Loridbri,":;and -flouHshes:.:evenAfat*  ; ���������"���������hey. ���������Q-tarterhous^ Srtithf ield."  ;. A:Vthri^rigA Utfle A:*sa^  ���������:l**^ny[*^*4Sted^i^fe:?pietri*re^  'eia'Btfy:cbriier.; x>f A i^y--,Paul'is:^bui*hy-;yard'.:  'liordAhy^'th^; eppt^ ^ere  faiiioui; PanPa: Gross.   ;A8ked ihow. the  ?irpSpeetiye.::fruit.] would :.:,'.Abe;-^pjrbte'ctedi  irem Am  gardener replied,' "I hope..���������hev^on't-never  ;l-^ar:-:n^v-herrie8.--in'^y1,tihi������."!;.-!AiA  vy-iLbndbri ���������^'j*hulber^  tb; derive the.if,' des^erit IfromA'an '.atteriapt''  bf; James I. to A found :a allk.; growing/iu-  dUBtryf, but aee-n reJBvlly.yte haveAbeenSn-  tioduwd bythoBomans.A.AMther uml  likely tree, irhich.' appears :fp]'''ii^-.'yfm.'t������^  thei| heart'--cl. Lendbn.-fs;- tbe: fig,,;'hiimer-,  sua npeeimens   ^ef A ���������mhhKy&u-.'l&f:'^*?  fleiirlahing under' the , meat depresaihg  'cendilSoM.^-^fl^enyDaMy'^wai'ryff  ''���������������.>.���������-.���������  :A-"jri,<nd������,"f!>7'������at.l_.   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'"^'"ligie*tM'i^b8e,yaefiyin^  y,fi',::yS' "A'.A '���������..-"4������> *������- v-AA". :AyX$X-Ayy:^XX gA;  last's?i\-iwi.t^m%i*:':���������&&������������������������������!.--a'ii'^&'i'i'v-'i'iij'-i-.-.-- '.'y'A-.'^ . ���������   i---rT.TT--*--",^^r^-*-."T.-^.-^���������.-yH.-n.T'!;-***.>��������� y>������M-f*5;>v . r.-.���������.-. ���������;  :-',' ���������-'������������������y~ ���������'* *'.':^i: b,----'*i-'*'' :*'*' "���������'.'--'-:-.'A* y ,AiS yy.y^'y:"  ... . ^-'������������������-^'-������������������-^ly'MT'-:^  :*1'...';-.-j*.v;'..-.-. -y^yiha-MnDia^UBilarvv ������������������''���������^���������'^���������;,'������;-'<---*-Ay.S" .-y;  ?:���������������������������<!���������.������������������" .v.-���������'���������?*��������� ;!���������������������������:������������������-:- ��������� .������������������.-*"��������� ���������?:"������������������&&������������������*,.������������������������������ '(|'-**--i*v'SW;hv:*--^ ;���������'������������������?���������:-/���������? ���������  ���������������'.:*.'.������'.' ���������A-,*������������������     ' *' ���������   ���������*��������� L'   ���������       li    "-" --V- iii *���������'��������� HYtA ��������� - A~.  Kf. i ��������� ���������    -��������� ��������� * ^������ -���������--*,��������� ���������'���������������������������������������������'������������������! ���������>������������������> ���������  A; An .apple.: cellar *snouidrue,-Tine; wd������e������tv' ' ,yf  arid eweeteHt-corner Of .the'-hb'jo^ei.y'l^othrlV.-',^-'' A  ingjyeisejahould everyhe etored in j|t. y Its' v;';'ys? ���������;���������������������������..  w;all8 yshbuld'.tbe yatV'least; tj^t^ijiche*A~;yy,y ��������� *  thick, and' it should haye abundant'lights : .'$yy  All,;eummer, it ehpuld he^o^^^djrafts^Vy-^- yy,  "if'" air -and* ttept 'ohtireljr^tr^^ity i5i?^Jhv. AA' ���������- '0 A -  '���������t"'ay.y-A There "sfo^  iiveriaBy' Bniell;.of ^ldow^l^i5Ki*|^ ���������  ;the>i^ehbuldybe^it^b*b*^^ '���������. ��������� -  tha apples are etored the draft should-be:,���������'��������� *';.-:  ���������stepped,Aorid vi*liQn;?etead^yeohJ^Bbta' :in'������������������������..,[  :ywu aheiild ali^ tho'^iillar^ -   *'  ''it'-'ftrrltayr-tightly;'^^ A:; y,; ���������'������������������:".  y^Y������;nAtop|ace^B;^ ;;;  eonvMieaiiy. under -.-.part 'of' your ^barn,.     ;  peeelUy, ������r- nhder your,carriage .honae,'*'* ,,  ,i-aa*dy;'.������tkeiM.iBho'"uid^hp^  "We floor overhead Bhonhl he ebvered    :**    :  with nutitmn loaves, fipro������idvthlchly-.iitb'   ������*  Iirevent any. change oi''-hkmoBpKorb-:'De^;-,::''---J'  evr.  Tlie therraombter^allftvib'ter :*������h'^ttlal" ,'������'���������  ���������ov  y 8oUp ahoiild lieteeritain fatty -Matter;  . h"?t ahenli i eoaaalt! all other Meat prep-i  ertie������, Jt takas leager te make ae������������ if  one aete theA etockaelde to bael before  iiialng the Jlquid.   It. in best to take a  -ruiialTa oleth, wring It out ef lea water  aaii hia the licinid uireugh it,' The fatty j  aubatance, will cling' to A thi cloth. -If  meaty pa J-ticlw boil through,the,abup, it  Yelbu-hY it."' Thia la mereiy;; the'hailed  bleed, and alieuld' be. nkimtnad off as  libbriLaa it riaw* to the top.;;tShould It  get Jrite'th* ItfluUi'break on 'fag, Into  'the <|80up, atlr It! aronrid *"d wneri,-It  i holla;' It will flomu to tho tep, bringings  all jub*tarin������^^ wit -llj.y It; quickly dcufii  muddy looking wo'U'P/A , A ;' A i     A' ���������.-:'���������, ;���������'  ���������Wu^kT vTHE-(.������.M0SQUITO':'''.'rEA0HES;-.  .    y,<:id;f������.yy-v     ,        :  y''Bveryvone of G|od/8 oreotnrea la herb  .fpt- a useful rturpome. 'Now1 what do" vie  learn from tho meaquito, Tomp" nakod'  :a iteaoher - trying'ftbCovoJva tho woi?d nil-'.  ,tienco. 'A,1 A- a...A .-Ay ��������� ., , ��������� .-��������� ' .-������������������-,  "We, learn fvoin the monqultoi" a;i������t-  wered Torn.; f'hbvr ,ea������y It i������ to *  stung.  .w." X  ttand  t"re������������i������f,  at about thirty^three���������-juBt above  AJi"  ������������������������.--��������� -"Piifc yoUr.-'-ap^5i3s.^:**^Sfe^  '.VlJ  fret  ,','���������,'        . .���������!.'*-ih.i   ii^  i.i^ppi.       if      f- ������������������-..,������������������*.���������>.      ���������:        ,.,,  ���������Wnar-I'a^ tinirn������"i)it,i:bur*B  pandrufi*. ���������,''v  r;:AKlx.;f,.X;S^  X^,xni^;;MQtm  .   "\Phki  haa happened to mo?M' a*������k<H)t"' *  U:--'.'*.*'.t..l*i    !'..,.,i!i-l'i-''.7.'t>''i':r'!V'J J'.'H' ' --.'".-i-'' 'v ':���������*;-,-���������:  the^;piitient,v,'whnn.. lie,   liild   ^recovered..;<������  ���������$tbfy$$$r$$,%,:j^&;  lo^'-car'awldeht/J-Ai;',1.1''  . ,  ,   ,,':VHk 'boo^Wn-nf yt ''  ������e^M������rj;'''tW', a'w^iii''a;^ Mti#,t; '������������������ '4 ������������������':.  * "mm <*������p," wild t|e AiiiVao" Jiftlutr; F  -Mi aUnjr all right,w.thyftur;JbffcJmnd^.',,v;y������  <'Oh, ft waaiPt ������lbih������ ofXttiii Imrid aA y  '. Iteelf 'i'thh t-"* -l/^'"Wo*,lth^^ki���������liR &Wfolm4iiitii':':  the vlctlmi "hut on tho forefinger wa������ ���������������,������������������;  string thft^ my '���������&"���������**'<*** A-.u������a*.i ,i���������.*������������*������:-;��������� f->  rertiilmlynie; tpi i  thia morning, ,rr  to'reniembor-!  Plain Dfoler.  ii wiii������w*i���������������������������fci������^i������.imi'i<iiW)������iiH������iiiiniimi������i.^ IHHmimiiiiinMlij.),  :m  ���������UK'.  jftssj*  Can't Help But Lose Its Hofjps and  Fall to Pieces   You Wpnt-iSonie  "lor Paifs and Tubs Made of .'::><���������"���������������������������  EDDY'S  J Cadi One a Solid, Ifertcncd, UuUaga|l������M  |tYV1tti*������* ��������� Moon or $mm  Juat aa xWtjbj  |MUu  bjttltl^^ttwM  WU'  m  ���������XX<XXXXAA:.fXy<<M  'jBjjyaU ������������������  Eddy'  ���������i. ^Ir<i..i|-*>i,^'i'iii  g MXi:1:  ..'*������������������ X'Af'  ^[S^^^^^^ffi^^^M^^^Si^^^^^S^i^^^^W^^Si  ���������:���������'.;���������:���������:��������� -'-':x u^-^-j^y-:,.- ^a-'ax-xAax^a- a-1':::a-xx'- ������������������>'���������-:���������-v\'y '-aaa,,a ������������������' ..���������-.-.-v.-;:-. '::^\a^-'xxx--xxv.x.^  A; :^x:y ���������>���������. .A-.'-v,.:-',', aa "' '.'V ��������� yA'.^'-v.^'i/v ��������� '^'Vy-^'-^i^k'^-'; y'7-&.viV.  :/x--':'x:'i-, ''^'���������A\:y'S:y^^0^'iAxX^- \^y\.Wi^^:'^:00  ���������ri ���������-������������������ '���������' ������'-.I'T-'/A''���������"���������A.������ ������������������������������������''���������B-kMii'n    i     ''iMr'i'r**������Vr.yi/^J��������� "';y7$  'Ay  yy.y;AATb;As'er'**'^^  AyAS-^'m  ;AyA'.'->sp������^  ���������yAAlwipnmLytWb^  vyy.Aiii'-g'-Jsf^^  iA'i:-'.^  ^������������������y;)pv*iriixfur^  AAyAi-bti^tt  vA^y*;^^^  ���������A ''AyaHff';:e;!Q*uglv;ripfe  y;/;A-^;AAA-:iipme;-*madey-la  |������ ^'jan^lm^  ; ;A A.AhinatlbnAflpur^  '/���������:;''.y^  vyA:A'hqxyan\old^p^  A-y ^isndc  y;iAA|in:3yjerigthi',-eighte:eri yiwhes; high,y.arid  Ay*ytwent^-d^^  i'AyAyiiri'd^^^  '#?.:������y;bf';-^  Ayy ��������� VtheA lidAy pn^*t*t^Ain-aide, Af rpnfcynrid:Jbaci<vi  ���������''$y?';-.:i^  A A; A v-tiiieadingA'ib^  :;.'A*":y?&rt-#^  yAyA,y;^ays;Aihyto^  y ;A A; Awhea ly; flour. 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A y baleirigyppwdefi v biscuit;;cutter; Airieasuir- ;  -������������������-.-y^--'v:.v..u---'---- ���������������^y,- yur^<-:-'^x7'^iU/- J;-*ny -u^n:i;������*';\*i'y>  v*--;-:j^  y;|fyiyy>'H^t������bne^  |;|v������ABfiin^^  |!AS������^  -|yy: tp^:A*thbmA inAAay ;sea3pnih?Aof.;;.;;salt, Arpd <  ^���������yyriiSpp^  yAA*Ai>yy'iri'--tli^  AAA    do   not   become Aparoh^^AA(C^P ;^i^lyy  y ; y and ysprinkleohAtb: butte  AA;y: AwithA VnbtheryAbuttCTA^  A AAy-fancy y''shaipe9iy.i/^ffe  1    y be;both ynbyelVand,:'delieiqus.*A;J :('��������� AXAyA  AA- ���������--:: A' Dice ;.'AeixA?.lar^  yA;A: iSiuallAiplHb^A'wi  ':y ;A'A~ cut- .���������onO'fam^tf *?n^  y^yalsp.-y;^  ;.yy:A',.tiiis;:with?;a^*^  y-ijy..-,iny.:'^l^  y^y-yi^  yA - ���������y;':.;Of^parsl^^ 'Creaniiy  Afy������|yAAyA^  .���������\Ay:������'^  ':'**'.":-V?;pf--'.'E^  AA/yAytai-fcAa^  ;j;A;\A'-$i^  yy'A 3 made: aayf b"lbws 'iXXXAX Wy AAXXAXAZ0XX  y':ATake-:'orie-h^f:yi^^  y?-y AspAobrif u|s'*5*b^  y3yf bf A b''**^  iy-w^Avine-i^  y'^yiytlieyl-^  y^Ayiadd-fv^  ?frp,1'la'j'--.-r ''iTr������--i  MISS  .MARGUERITE..'M'-'DONALD-   AND   HER   FINGER-NAIL  ''''''IliAy^ieT-^  ������������������^y ������������������;!&.  mm&*  ; Marguerite McDonald,- prima , donna  :;ofcyany.bjciera; epmpjmyinbjyA ^bgring Athe ���������  ybo^tryiyjyis A.*woaring^ fier-^^^tneaTt'a;  ^hoti^a^^ Slfet  wo^dh^yex<*Kan^e Ayf m$f ;f iiiger; ,;yhail;  photb^prAa^  Hrno^indeedl ;y Ay?A ^AtSAXX^X} ^A XAX.:  AAy'Byv..her Aclevcr idear;. sM^a'sAstaTted'-  ���������a. hew f ad that AdimK-t3M*yhuiidog*" with;  auto goggles, the gem-set tooth    and  ;'othbr������'del^^  i:yA^TheA -siii'gsr-, has'X aAfriendA who';- takes,:  pictures." Slie asked hint- if her idea  :^ould^?*wo*l������;y :^3?&iffiXa?lpb'ic&;exr>:  AperinieritsA ^hejrAAfbundi; AtfoitAiiA would  iThehyprestb'    *"���������^^���������-^~---~->���������-*-'���������--  :t'l^littleAblaclcAi^ot^as: on the third  .Iii^^:!'.of������^  :mjb^ cunbiis ,tt������fe  ishoyof pbur^iiitbld-'o^iybip^Aslse.the  ��������� seciciety "XAXyX: XA^^AAX^Xx-xx^Al X A  ���������0^Whe^  : plniriedA^MislA^cl^naldn-g'^of ;;oburse;  I;AHaveA'toAi(^*p:yoff  at ;^ftithe,Ah^t;^  having a lot of pictures made on film.  .;TttnA-l;:Aiburid'i*a':iWa^jy-ic^V^i<^  bUi AahdA-I Adoh't have A to A,wrryAabbut  ��������� thiat A ��������� :;a'A;A;a;a;^ - a X:X^xxXXXXAXAXAXX:  Ay <!VWh6Ai isA the-y m  iBec"Tret;l/,off5.cpUM  :'' % y vHer. iKfriehds Asay A'tlie A?f mianAoh Aher  Then, presto!   All the chorus girls in   hands is "Ted" Soldbh, a steel man  ^������������������'i^*'^^  ������������������;���������* ;���������;.-���������-'.>-*���������:>:-'.(���������'; ���������.'.-.-���������.;.''-; r\i.^y1 "'���������v.:v,���������;������������������^^���������.���������"c-.:-v'-V^v''-'*'��������� %*.f���������;���������)���������'*'.^X.'Xi-ivs^A ���������  t������Xa:-iGoXon$^  AM'  **ve Married Vr*h'ite 'Women-  m  XX  AXAXXXAAAPw^*:*   ;A~y :Abl������ ve ^ii-;-f.pi^:p^A^u  AA;/AS^Ul'*iof!.^Tb^^yb^ei^;^dA  ^AAftAA'Pbvfi'i* 5;;^i^AsaiadAdr^  iviy:y/:fctfn^3ew  yy-y^ya^itioin:^^  ���������AAA- X^^r 'tWo^Iargei' :f i^l*T:;ch<mnr^^.CGmp^  ���������AAA^y iny i^awii^r ^S:p^  Ir'Ayf.-^  ;--'";'i*;������fABajge^^n^  j'iHiiele^'rfJEi^'ery^i^d::^^^  yebnp*{;ji^'^.fj'Ein^  '^h;uii^h/;-in^af:k^^  *Ted];-'Itt^;spro"te's''&t^  Jl^y^risi^l^bi^l^^i'a^  ���������^j^ress^y.a^'.'lhe.riu^  |lipni;her'ariten^tiP)tf'^  jn^'thei.t'������pre^h^  '^^v'^a^h'iiv' iyhVre;At$e^  ^chvAi^tA^eyAciuW  ;:'������-i������.'s-'^hbVgh.������!^sii.s.^i^  ZXZT'fitt:  %x  i���������.',!..:.,..���������  -i'A'A,'  .:whi*^i������i^isiyi;S^  fther^A^^hb^^^sbSseryaritjA theif ov$  '������������������X  ii'-i'. ;/���������  A"i  'i'1  41  I yV  *V',.-  :-';,AA  I;,      ,','  yyAf?iei-^:or^f'-^ir5d|r  ���������V^A'y^g^iie^Svitijil^^  :::'rXXX':y~AXX' ;i*%^^j^w^:^A^-^^*:'A'AA.;'AxA.y ���������  :iyivyAACh6pA,;^ieA'ea,bbage^Afihe,A  - AAr'A.���������VYiifclt^:st*tlt;vpe*r^e^;ah*dA'*jus*fcr,^QUgl>:y.^iit-A'  A;,--A.-%aV-,.tb'make y^-'tro  y A,A iiigAm ixAori^lm  - A 'IfAvitfi^; i t. A-Sierve * on Aa, /letfecby^f ^fA;;;:f ^A:y  i;>^yy^yS  y ' Cook tljie':-heels': until tehderAih^^ hbiUrig  ���������;���������'* AwatcistoAwhlch has heehAadded<aAlittloy  X.I*..;.,: salt;Adbrnot; bruise; thb atemsyaaAtUey  ���������:, will then lose; their eoipr.A plurigoy iri,to-'  AAAAebld waterjSkini arid slice,:,then dice nnd  A::-;'Xy cbtuhinb ':;with������equftl,A5������''ntities* of tlico'd  ' '������������������ i^P^iv1'^  and -huts, .meats,   \iritli ��������� seventl  A vyflU?l^;m*inpM hew bnlona.: Arrange in a  Ayy:y-nc8.t>;b*!A'''OT������p'AlpttucbA^  ,yyA^it,Jv'nyvrnh;m  X:'- AAtiriyAbeet,'jrhoArts ^dotted .!-:o^er;|^hb;;':to^;:'.'A  M-!'':'^a'������v^  y, A;X. 'A'Slri^yiind::^8h'^hir^y-,pi^^  beunt*. l3rbp intb;.aikottlo'.of-bbillrigisalt'y;  el \vn-tcr arid ycobjii for. forty--miniitos;,  ���������.*.   ������������������  Now tidtl,twto pints of grccri corn stayed  A   A fleiiii cob, nnd toil     foi*"thirtyAihirititea  '���������'.'���������  AAloiigli'iViASbnsbii Aw  \.vXX a;. tuliloRpbp-riful   of flour; blended 'Sylth';  ��������� AAAAyliiinpAi'Of ;.hiittoi*:' Bizopty anogg.   Haye  A     rundyri' parboiled beef   . tbngubysllcbd  a     thin,;  Flit:������, baking dlsli with altornato  A';:,:Ahiyoi*RA0f  A '���������;,':*f������i'jipf,jil" of boiling .watoi*;' liako vlh, bIpnv  .'' "Ay; ,;bveii f bi'' ond hotif^' brAit Anttiy * be Jirt Ifbd  \ : wi in   a-^fireloi-H cooker.:    This  dlih���������'wlt!i  -A A olilllbil- fillcod tomlitbo8,,,a;fruit'ice,.and  VA:-,;'y,Cft^  z\-*':yT^  ; .'���������     it'ivo ntbtik cut., tliree'tpitirfc'jrfi.^ir iavi  ,    Intvv tlilolc, riill jri flour; und pound op  i i;    hoiJi mftlefl, tlj) work the flodr:|n , Roll in  "flour ngiiln and fry brown In^rib-hal'  |    Imtliir arid *bi*i;b-Ahalf frylna������;'���������������������������:;������������������ APIaoo  ���������".Anient.' lnA'}t:'"'gi,ftnlto>';-na'ir^;BHeo--.^   It  1'    -..ono Irtiga ov two tun-ill brilbtia, flalt -rind  '.A.-, pt'i'pt'i', add tlio drippingH tbat It, wns  A  "jvlwl In.  Now cpvor all withMidt"water,  y. -.oovei;.. tightly ,iirid cool*X Slowly for one;  y';'''.-.-������uy(i..oiw  .V   dHic:!outt and, ,wlll not, need tliloUonlug.  ;.:A'y!:    CniflAAfiflp .CrtlOKEN; ON'.iOAJiiT.*' ,  <���������;'     i--Vrophirb - olilolteh,''���������������,������' for atowlng nnd  ,    .0111; u]i In Bnmll p,leoeB.,,,I>ut In utow pan  ;-with cold xvii I "i- WbViij[to boll'arid then  et1.'*.*.' g^rttly until tfltitlor.: Allow tho ������vn-  > A  tor to atow away nutilthoorla only a  iwtn'pfuVIoft.   Tnko out olipckon, put  iX<}'"   In 'wnrmApliieo, ������tlr Into tlio ;b?'ofch   a  : i'    Hiituinful of flour ruhbod to o paato In  An little cold-nillk' add onn of rich hilllc,  .,."   *nlt, nnd pcjppir, arid ;wo)l beaten yolk  of an egg. \8tlr constantly niUH the pro-  per conrtlateney, Which will l*o like thick  erenm.   Great eare tnuat lie tiilcon or  -the egg .>vlll, oook Instond of creaming.  Ilnvn ready nomo Bllcea of bread tba������ted  brown and buttorod.;. Arrange on plut-  l������r������, placlflg,oblehon bit eaoh alico    nnd  ���������ovor it all the rich cream, aervb at *once.  '.'.-���������   ��������� "n-r* * On i [ '.���������������..-.  ,  . .  ���������"Pop. now I hmnv Awhot; tho ���������. deadly  nnrflllol In, thnt tho papera nro, nlwaya  ���������r������or������. It������a tha mrallel wWr������ ,U.s; other  etrvlorw folloro ������rot atuek in tho i������u."-^  llultlmore American.  . *,;.. ,, : '���������-. ��������� a,���������;,������������������'���������,;   .    ,'i  : ��������� I   ��������� *^  ?ably ���������: iiniijueAin���������; th'e world. y'-lMleviieAis iv.  'polonyy cbriipb^d^' ye^  y whaA:have*A uiiiiTr?ed,Aw^  twiUiin i^^idSrsAiffi  , "���������J",". '>���������'���������, ";������������������''    '���������'"-'"-���������  'i������|"*, '������< ���������."_'/ ���������'���������- A ������������������*|-'*iL"'l-"ii''i.'1"  ���������������' ^*' "-i Jv.v ^J.,''''-* '-'  ������������������,!.*" _ L' i  ga^a,Ithe;,*pppnlatib  t^ehty-^'v^'i^hut'r  jipfcis; - andiybthers 'liaa^  ���������hev';-pf .inhabitants.; AFbi'A'be It  kri<vw:ri  fthatyoiHittuglv;. Uie^Al^  .'.Emery; ^rid', A o,ki , was: th e evcii t of, l-ii s t  seiisoBVii^r.'QripTO^idonta^  s<*>elal  ci'rbles.  ;tliereAluiye^wn:bttior8.;;A;ForArieiKhi^  and frierida^irai Aokii liaa.AMraA diinriilC*  TaiuisiiKi."''f bi*m lii'l^; ��������� ���������diiu'gliterAA of ^IJTolin  fl^ppiet, vaA-^altliy;;^,y^  ' Shy whoeeAhpm^  *������>"*���������������,:  iGiHAH5*|htsj:iA^  g;!;:Mis3iTls01a^Ke^^  ilv^i^yA'bf'Mbi^^  '::Vvas':&'tit������isked'?asdA'xe^  ���������;:'6ali|OTh.^;.!iibn^-n^  .:Gp3^^;;Qreei^;wliileAsl^Aw  :ii%.*'^lih*"ttwQiypt^  -:-sp.ran^sXon:^oBe^*bfsW  ;hSt-^lM^pulqAwith,^^iori������y^  ;^|The;;bo^:^hi<tb|MeJ^ yi  ;^t^;:^i^j.:ebm^^'nea'r;;^^  -th'i^a^i^^ia^^w^m  ivMr^^tchsr^ha^^^  ^lib ^prn^. f ii^  ittiriilsli^A^i^  .^efbi-^Ait^siibcuri^ .���������'  ���������yA^*-^. .girl's;'left ;A^rily^  ygl^^ahiiAherAbbdy'la^a^ neck  of 'brie;of AtliSAboyaA wasAciawe-dAsiiid;Oiic  -:of. his Xeare-'apiifc yopem���������^rprii A'tha San  :.Fran-ciaeb ���������)S^^iin^<:AA:AAA9A^XX ��������� -A  AxxA'''Xs;������[-A:xAA������*>!*!A,?:X'XXXA''   ���������:��������� ������������������--.  ' "y AA',;; };;������������������ y. Th^lp'oc^r?^  ��������� i" ��������� "My '/dbctorijOrderedy aAtrip, to|Europe  i6r.'me'i'':A- X,Xy:x'A *' AAA. A .A X A Ay ;��������� ;V   .A''  vyv,^ridAybu,:'tbokAitr-AAv^A:;A'"yAy:A.;y^  '...''No; he,;^presented his bill ond;tbok a  '���������trip: ^0,.'yEurbpeA himself *^;iyy;A;A;-;'.-:. yAyy-:: ^  XX'iXXyAAX-X''A'^'Va^ X.'tX,-X:-���������'���������-'���������:.  Bipbbs-T-Ol.tl, Closef 1st is"! alwoya,' rc-  marklrig;{that ftalk:-'iS-;chfeap^; Slobba-r-  ;YeB^:^losefi8t-;h������vei<i;-U8eB"ar:.i'p^^      A''A  seelt^Ad<dip|p^^3^^ caso of:-!^:  &t*i3s43^li|^ hedl'it, .|������e^*ei5$e������g4  g^feoa' i&|bmi . and ^-cs^Jiaarsd;  me''ter5rf^;iias*c^  lEti&siafi^j^^ ..,.,,, .^..'X'Z  ,. 'tfoi09fflf&  , wonld *iwwe: taTho;e^e4':*������:        -S^yfciifeyiKmM he screwed. I wosse awtpay -hp^^^^^  1 w<*t-d4 have t'iie opei^9^ ������������������fir*i-eed'*!������^ed<i>^^  jtoTv.fii������y  yfe-w-dbfaefor-sa^  "'_" , A������:&t^ipi������i^;Ay^1rte:VPfflS 1 wea^ en vsith n������-yiajnii,->8ali^^*^^,*toy  iX<a&:*fio^*^^ iangi';������airtl^������:;i  yk>e*������iei>l';TO'i*a|^^ ������ O heii auMi i  '��������� 2a*s^,iftritA<st, a^ichya :teifflR������ ;������������^  ;:-.:--r;U-.>Am-;^*W;^������a?ft:a5S  .v������^^������������������^.-.^^���������-;",^-y^to^,**.  lilies  "*'        irS.r.'-^i'ii^*.*:  xxMmmw^  ., :>.::���������>���������:������������������ y/'^:"::y"^'i^s^mi  ,s* :--'-V-V..Vi.,������^?  *jy!-(?4^|  '���������'*ii*^.,.^-'*-'A''i,iS-sSj*;  ^���������iS������A^?S5S  *-,.T.������;yS:-ai*.yr.  ���������*fei:Ss'sSii:^sa  ���������������XXAi0&vi  V*ftyi,:v������visS:i*fe  ifiiiiil  ���������.'.i;*;y'p,'a-.i*.'i  mm  ���������������������������'"������������������������������������������������������������������������"^���������^���������"���������'^���������������������������wwr'  i  *���������1  '.���������.���������������������������������������������*������������������  ^is.isa...:  yi^*\  .  t aai-r*rfr-naaBw/*������^^  A;.'. Ayf ^IiVE^pi^^  : The AiriilehAgoaiiAlikeA^  makbAa;^ living *bn ;bru^y')ai*d W  - where, mosfcpther;;aium^  They AAarb yVeryAlierieficialftb,^laiid; in:  ;chsaning>ifc bfiiw-eedsiAsp  ^Theyyeiaiiribfcyendure yh>^  thrive A perfectlv A briA A -rc;v:gn|i:Mlly Aland;^  Thbsa g^rig^SulkAsiibrild:\b'e;feidyi)iiAgpbd;  grassy ;-:hay:Afpdder^andA whteatAhraui | ������Jat  n'b-grain|ipf;;.iily^  "tainirig^ia;|:goatAinA:milk:;Ais^  ' cerit&;' a;Ada^:aiid.'; slie;;:wiil;:;giye^rcunAbne  to ...l^oS'gijuirl*^  A A A Aatpc^^an v,sa-^:;li^  cral /-iV-ilu^lP/eialyes 'AX|tbi^ySwe^dbwri:  A*wit;hi;tKe^8^c*u^ of  ���������.^lieat^ottlr?^  ;cYery;Ariuhuife^A;He re^eal^Athifetwb or  ���������:thi-eeAtime||^Ada|y':'* K^  rdimiriishbdytheAfeed; brieih^fiAiuntitiitlic  'nft^f'-~-:jt.^'^a'.i;'y-.fA-*',:V.,v'y*?::,S&v\fe'^vWTyA-./* -  : Exhriairie^th'e hbr^e'8 Ateetb ^reijueritl^  ariullijdyifyvthey are' in aAgbcStycpndiybn  foryfgririding ytheAfeedy *ManyAh^rBei-ylbse  fleshAa^lare'inApobrAheidthA^  caus^Atheir:*teeth areytbb-^h^^^pr *prb-;  'jw?* grinding'..of they feedKAj|y^eWnarian  ��������� canl;f ilb;'iihe*ai'--jto.'^ ��������� *���������;  V:*;*i:ASf���������*t^professorAea^������  entnbi'into' this worldAhb  ?stiJlAfurtherv it^ isy agreed-thatsE^b :was  ayperfectA-pcacK^  lintiiiy thi3   A peacH^had^bhie'into y tlie  '^orifiX 'A x /. A, x'X^tiXmtiBAX.:  yATheAavcrage ewe-reqUiro^  tO;flye.pbuu-ls of .salty aA.year;v:,the yiiria-  tion i'ltepenaing largely '"fipbrt thcy'airiount  of.Anatural salts 'coritaihe'd*!iri;',tli'e* p.aa-  '���������-';urei8������>f  SMI'^t'-:;'  ^w test^^a^  '��������� AAAA ��������� ^JBNED:: i^^d������^L6%^xih Vy  ': ADomiriioriAPepdrtmeritAbf iAgricuItur^,^  Branch ibf; the; Dairy arid Gold; Storage'y  Commissioner. X-XXXA-AXXAXX'^:A.XX  -August Ax-ecbrdaAy received; at AOttawaA  y-frpm^inembers -ofAebw testingAassbcia--?  ytipris. indicateAthat in riipBt districts, the?  , flowj bf iriilk; is well up to the average?^  Alrij sbirie ^localities At here is but tv ; very;  slight^.dMi**ea^ frbm ��������� July yield of milk,  , sbyjlighty thatAjihey /increasing   richness  ;^hbwsAaytnf^ ^* :  yA lii A other A -lb^liii^vAyuriforturiately,'  thiere; isAiXA;^^^^TkedAshriiikage,    as  yrimchy;n;k������i2p'^^ of  yriijikAper;^^?iess;'^*&,f*^^  dairyAfarimerE������  ; that;riext:i*yea%willKh*^^Mi*^^  .,withputA*ariy;.;p^^  '.'tlie .'iiovr^: buty-.tfey^^^  -:prpvld^Ayspine; .soilingycr^^la^^if jAppa^JS  .s^bte^ulldjy^  '/'cfale'ri'fetfie^^;fpr  ' JulyAy^^yyAngustvi ySucKAmTOy^arieA^seJA  A ������oriievdis*triets*Ahe.veAasAhigh .ayeiiigesA  yas:-87C||^i::p|i.m*ilkya  ..AngUBtjjI.^uehS'wise  ��������� prt^isibhAof |^it^  prbVideritvAba d ;Ato A be A contentAAwithl?ia^  ;".j-i*ij^  J nf lpeir.c3AonAChi!^  c y-yin ,-A;plpJtho(rl<^  *. A A; TlifeA .Sa^^hiAjncludedy it*S:bpmpiica^l*d^A^^  .-'prepara-'iabri^^^^  vtrrial"''"fdr������a'v:':8tind*i;fw  .Thursdiiy AeevnirigAthe yriaotherAialreSdy iA'AftM'  rp--?parbsAdbi^h^f^sA^  ;the;;fish.'..etc;'A:;AAyAAAA-yA:^AAAyyy;y  :': ''Alri^;thbymbrhing?theAhaki*n^  .(briffl'di),^  watchA they riabther ���������%;miakingy |?dif f <&ei&XXA?>0  ::shapes yot ydbugh, ���������':-smearirig*;ifeAwith-Aegg'ig|i^  andydecbratirigAit AwitlVibraida'AbfAaif fer-^^lg  cut; *-shapes' rfandjf prmsV;* X A^'Jev^shseWl^S?:������^!  gets ���������;the-yfirst^iessbh;yiri^'/whatA^Ae^yjIiiyi  modelling-:; ;A-by Avjfia^ing?:#?^he-beiieve^-^  ^chaies."-:-: aAXxyimXX^XAA<M>SAAiMM "~  per:vi^*^^lii|e-he^4an^ j AvJerlf  ���������Rg?l!-yi!?id!!^'|8'*dS'w^  andyld^ib^  eppy^he^fme^h  farme^A^rliip^e^afly^  yjbldsA; ASel^ibri^Pihe'Abbs^  be.Smadefin.'fejfli^  kentrcf;each';cbw^A;AAA:yA;yA,AAA;i;yA^-:^  ^XmjAXa-.lX vAci-Apyw^  '.a.:-������$y,:'.-Z::  .y .'V v .  .-..I'Tr:^,  y;*'XA  iregJird/forithe right8AahdJide^s;:;  ;,hridAthei,fundamentai habit of;si  AtirigAhisyactivities:to';the;gerierW  |o^Ath^hbiisehold:A:A' A A, xXXAXA&?AmMM&&  nniniitr.. true;>itf *=regardA.tosg?sSp  KT!i|i  especi  iriutating.'AtheAygesture8?:^:.^  iHT-,������^v:*;v/-:'V!i^"'.vAti5v������5ftW'':^J^;''^^^^  MRS.  HAHRIMAN,   r-ROM  A SNAPSHOT     10   DAV8. BEFORE    HER  y . :>-'\fxxi- ���������'���������*, H.us0And;s; death^a 'av:V.'a'.' '���������%.'v      ��������� '������������������������������������'  '    ,",'"'v'    '���������''''' ���������kMS|j^������8 T-VVEliyV RIOHE8T WOMEN ���������  a ��������� %    i������i  ��������� it*     ���������������������������     ������ ��������� i '  ��������� * f     ������ ��������� ���������  Mrn.-J3,;H; Hnrrimpn ............it...,..-...������.������  Mra, Hotty Groon *;..  ... ��������� ��������� ��������� -������������������'...������������������*.. ....' ... ..........  Mm, V, 0, PonfieUl \... .........   ...   .....  Mrfl.ARuBBoll Sngo ..." ... .������. ������������������������..������   '...,.A..^ ,������.������������������,������  AMrn. Vhoi>be H������nr������t. -.-   Mr������, Nonnlo Loodfi  ...   .. i  MrB. Matilda Zloglor  Mra.  Mprrlo' K.  Jonup  MIab Helen Gould .,.  ..  Mra, Olulo Moroslnl ...  Mra. Mary Oorrtey ThAw  ,- Mra,T, ii... Wniuunaker  t ��������� i      ��������� ��������� i  **������������f<**a     w������������������ttt*������if**  ��������� f ���������    ���������������������������      ������!*������������������     # ��������� I      tit*    :������������������ '���������  ��������� ��������� ���������    t t ���������  *���������%.���������       ������������������������**������      t 1 *      ��������� t t      Ml      f������������      * f ���������  ��������� ������������������������������������       ���������  ���������  ���������       t * f      ���������*���������       *  ��������� ���������      *'*  8fl,000,000  aT,ooA,noo  78,00",(MlO  08,000,000  00,000,000  m)two,m>  97,000,000  25,000,000  94,000,000  lfl.000,000  13,000,000  21,000,000  Their total wealth  ������#������������������(*   * 9 ��������� 0 $  ..,$500,000,000  tli"erclbo'rio'runnlngAetrbttm of  Aptire ��������� water A richr^'itij -isj ;S*W0][1. :toi: place ;��������� a-  "pail of freRii,: "vyatei*1.V,heh*^;,tjil������'-Vi(ipiary every day.   Water ilBAhfledjAhy the bees to  dtlut'e','the hbavy, ;thlcfcj*yhnnbyAloft over  frt<-n*.;Vintrir-to make.it Bititiible for the  you-qg llarytie, and ydlSbj'tbAmakb tho coll  wv.pliftbley-A.Ayy^ ,.���������  ���������:;.y'y'' ��������� yXiXXX.'AXX^X'AXAX^XAXX ''���������������������������' -.'���������  yAA" cow \vithilier noieond: or 'tlilrd calf Ma  tlibiinopt tloBirabloof *-ftll,;;and this is un-  dmibtc-dly  tlio  most : profitable ngo to  J.i'iiyi'yj'ih^  liiiye nil thifilr hftBtdaya'ihifronfc of thom  ivritl: witli -BiifflclentAitlmbti^ 'P^y^ liivml-  nbrnely.    Young iijid Old cbwn are very  ���������'id'li-U'lnct i npripiu'iinco;; 'riio >f former  hnvo  ifii\j tirimilr-takablo *npp'o|irri,nbet of fullnesB  pf ,flotili and[coat,>hlle;the,'ol.d onof* are  ',1-iiqvb .or lotiB Bhriii'lci TheA;"-ecitli give nn  Itiillcation of nge; a^Vnt -the:lioriifl'uro otb-  bn'-.looked to jib ri guide, the young hav-  li-^^fimootlv horim !wlUIO(;t.liouo of.tho ,ng-,;  oil' nro 'wrIrihlod.AyAIf.i proBBMireetlfl aro  bouj-ht, get UibAjlfb^t ;1ri:oqd^lio ci'orb hat";  imim flccui'cd from.'iA Oow<������J;!\y,lfc1i a malo  or bull type of liQiid,.'-^^^\dvorrhrol,v good  UiilkcTH. Thb head HhonldAbn voflnotl,  ���������nbol* thin, fovequovti-ra:wldbV Rrpin'ro n,rj������t  robUB't. with, doepi! br^n'd '.'thighs.  ,V'-i;A- ���������-,-'.:'  .AAlA'Ay^.rrw~*;.A,Vl:y;,'',  ���������''The Cornell Exw'rimVntJJStnllnu found  that twotonii ofihprfloL'manuro lu nn ox-  podiod pltieo in-five nibutliB lost five* por  eenl. IngvoaB Avelglit,*(lO;*por cont. of it������  nltroobn. 47* per coihUof i*lfB phonplioruB  riritl 70 per 'ceiit.'of ft* pbtrish. Tin* total  loan of plant, food ^yaB���������0l per cent.  Jf, Ih ropOrteirthntho bvorgroontrooH  hftvi* over boon ntiueU\ bjn lightning, and  Home pooplo aro ntlvocfttnigAtho planting  of thom for protection.A':-.'  '���������������������������-..       ',,'.'��������� --y.       '������'in'i*������i'.��������� J'.yV*;:/���������,���������-. '   i ,,���������'���������  The Ohio Expovlmont1 Station roeom*  riv-mlB iia nl treatment for killing pnach  nnd.plum barera, three pound* of nap-  tha Monp emulnHiud by boHIng in thrno  gallon of carbollncum ftvenarliiH. which  ean ho -ubUliiwl through, dcalcrc In mnr-  ket gard*nnor������' ,niuli finlt growor**' aup*  pile*. This can beat be mixed by the  unit of a carbollneiim .  mo of a force, pur/ip. Wlien the *oiip  ���������tolullon and cnrbollnnum ore tjiornugli.  Iv rr*!x������"'l n-Vl f'"r cnllona of water and  apply with a anray pump, l������elng careful  to protect hamls and face wh-iu uniog.  A A '''^>^^i^]^^^^:(j^^.  There arbberinit?6oals^  In tbo-'piaceiJotStKelK-ieolNconteat;*\!',,$A<*f?..  Tlierc aro isouls Jlfee Btfir������ that dwell apaytj  -. In a 'felfbtflo)&,''ilrmament*yyjy.-': v^*-;-y'  ,There aria, pioneeryBOula, that, blazo;: ia; pata  ���������'' Whdra-^hlRtiwayB!yneVer*^ran.-������������������'���������������������������.-' yyX'XXXHX  Let me live; in a hoiiae ,pyr,the sitlo of arpad*'  ..-.: And'ybe.;.a;"ft'lerid':--.9fr':^  Let me live In'-a housei'byAtho'bWo of o road,'  ���������Whoro the riico elmen: go by���������;    AAy'/-^  Tho mon that are ������ood, the mon that art) bad,  ���������'Aa Rood and,as bail as I. ���������. '���������-'.;',-:f-''-T:-'.::.  Thon why shouldAt ott inr? tho ocornor'B a*at;'  Or hurl tho cy;nl6'8" bari?-'      "        AVAAy*;  Lot mo live In alhoueo by, the side of Jtho.  . road ���������.,'1'���������-.:>'��������� y Ay-'wA:-'-:' A%*y"  ':,^And- bo;'ii-yfrload;iOf.Hinan.,:;;;.^..,,--, .AA.ijA'v "'���������'/.  Ieoe from my houso by 'the. side of thb road,  Bv tho Bldo of tbo highway ef life,    ' *  Tho mon that pt-Gfls on with tbo aaor of nepo  **. -And tho-mon that tiro taint with thb etrlte,  And I "turned not away, from their smiles and  ������������������. their teara~ .���������:���������.y'Ayyyy-"' -.A ?-&������������������������������������<.������������������,������������������ .'V  * Doth porta of an lnflnlto plan.   ,  Lot mo live in a houso*by tlio ������ldo of tho  - ���������    "rbofi-.'���������<*       '��������� "��������� ��������� ��������������������������� ���������'������������������''-; ':    -��������������������������������������������� I--. ���������'-���������  ��������� Arid bo a frlond ormanyAyA ;;;   ;'. ������������������'���������,  -.A  <��������� -,.."'':���������'  -A '��������� A-'*;''���������','  .':. -.,. ','���������:'���������'.-'���������? -;' ..'A X.'.\'���������  '���������! .  j*"  know;.that aro broou-Bladdonod-'moadov-s  -,.��������� ',   ���������'��������� uliood,,., .���������':���������'��������� *,,..'      *'.. - A''1; A'-"    A A'       A  '-���������- And moiuitdina of wuurSBouio.liOlullli A  That: tho road stretchou on, through tbo long  r-" ��������� i'/nttcraoon/'A.v-y'v���������������������������'������������������������������������ ���������''.���������.���������;���������'.',)|.���������:���������.���������,-,���������::��������� .;>,: v  ��������� ������������������'���������.;.,  And  ptiBHOB away to the night,        A,A;;  Yot1' still -,1 ���������; rojoloo whon tbo,'travollors, ro-  ���������. -.- / 'lolco, ..-���������;��������� , ���������/���������:���������:������������������'��������� ��������� ������������������ ���������,-.- ':.���������-, A''  . ������������������-,���������;���������������������������  And woop with tlio at rangers that moan; ��������� -  Not* llv<* In ray houao by tho oldo of tho  ���������' ������������������   rondA ���������'',/���������: ���������." -..-������������������. -- ������������������-.; ��������� -������������������';   ���������,.*���������;.-. ���������-���������   .... :��������� '    ������������������;  Lllce a man UintllyoBaiono,;,,      A     A-  Lot mo Hvo, Iny a houso by tlie eldo of tho7  ������������������-rond,. ���������,������������������.- ;,;;..���������.���������:������������������:,���������������������������. -..-..   ..... .;,-���������,������������������ i, ���������    ,     ��������� .  ,��������� Wliero tho raoo of mon go by,  ,Thoy aro;good,'thoy,,aro bttd,,they aro wbak,  they nro otrong,,y.-,:,,������������������,".:."���������.,;������������������-������������������   .,,''������������������. ���������';  Wise, foolish; no am I.   A : ;  Thon why aliould I nlt.ln thofloornor's aoat,!  Orhurj tho oynlo's; biinVy ,,      Ay  Lot mc* llvo In a houao by tbo side of tho  road.-.,.���������,��������������������������� -...-.-,...:.,;.;  .,,. -,  *. ���������'-..���������>  ,,; .And^boya|tr|c.nd,of^niiiri,y" '.'.,:���������'.- ���������. A-V'A'- ������������������  ������������������ i',������������������'.'���������.''.''"'-,'":'','*,������t*'.' vA "' '  ,;���������;���������';'AyJho/^Pjfforcincfli '  The (bfflee' liby ;?of-l'a'ccirtain Philadol-  , P ������!.������- lawyer rccoritly. ripprotitilirfd his employer \ylth a veniVent for an intirbaso of  wages. :i'.AA. ,AA;:,..,.,;*.������������������-.;..<������������������. *-   ...-   .    .*���������,,*  ;   '"How old, ajo 'you?" domandod the  -lawyer, yy...,yX.-..������������������..'(,.������-.��������� y ���������'-. .  ,   ."l^onrtben^Blr^'^^1- *���������"*" A    ��������� ���������.-���������:' -  VAntl ybu'rb;drawing U a week?'!   '  , ''Pb yon'know; y'burig mnn," snld the  linvyor, with forbirtdlng BternnoBB, Mthat  when I v.'.i3,ybur.Viigo I wm rbcbivlrig  only $2 per wook?'? -,  "No, sir, I .didn't, know it," Bal^ the  >oy.. TJmii.iiftor^h' ihbmffnt'H rcfleetlon,  ���������bi'ewv  ibyspenu: ia,r63Lirig.7;-vi.iQ6riC-aayii6������  ���������;i-������':--y:^..::',-\^':^Vyjf^  ������������������*���������������������*���������  .���������..-w*v/.  yAAyyA;;y.yAyFi*)ra^  ^A;As ���������: ejii-ea-ul^biv JUa  /gion.hnownAvaB,;^  modern ���������'AuBarit^nrid'Bavdria^Ay'iAA:^  -;yIuEgypt;;it'.:ean::bb:.tracod-back'/tb.:^  .mnthA.centuiy^'a-ra^ttnd-rin-rU^  about ���������. 450 ,B.. y OX ��������� Eirst A mention^ of ���������^*U?;:;S#I**  UBft'yin;Qhiria'.,;gobB;-'.back:::tb.A*l00*'B;A'ai^  while- ih'TJ^ridailt'iaA'Bftid to;JiWvb*hbbh;A'a^S������  In uBe only sbme'iivb.^brAelx1:cbnturi'i5i>y''"':''A,*i;:Af:y^  ���������'Tho oboyo'VddteA'fbrrtlie'A'first'.;ttBo'^bf^^  ivon: in-EgvfctFrbfcrs-  ;tnined.AinV|8mpltlng..:; Thb,AUBb Apf;vha^ivbAA:A*^'y  ; iron yiri' tho,:; forrii'- A of *mctebrltciB"'da'te8A'i'!ilA;^'-!A  brick':ti> remote aritlqitityA'-^lie'i-WeJapbn^^'^'  mredt'i from \theBp;. ...-wore, obtained j, liko ���������', ,y y  flint! Jmpleiribntfl,  by chipping.  Aiid it A iiA-SA  i-s  interestlrig to rbmcmber^tlia^  Investigations nave rihown that the iron    -. 'A -  ot many riibfebHtoB is a abrt bf! iiuturnl 'AA\X:  ..Bteclo^bndbnAXjIlohb; Xx',:AxAX%A*yX '.AAXX  A-..;.;'.-'. A:.���������--A*.:A; '* ;;**������,>���������' ���������. ;���������'������.���������'���������..'���������' ,'���������'.;::?���������   *',**'.,v-':v.'.V;;?1'^-'  ;';.A'''���������',, Turtlo:Ap}gByOecoyANp^^  Although riot credltbd :witli any lilgh������������������0A.A  degfeo: of intelligence, the ; turtle wliohyAy yA  nbout to deposit. Its eggs oxhlbitB; eonA,A,y,   At  '.flitlerhhle' ;0unnlng.,;A ;���������.������������������ .i;AAA XA X:^'.xA'A$A  '������������������: y'lt .a'coopnAout d ljbJe;- hs! if' toy, prtparb'':'������������������-;���������}; A A:''  ��������������� reppeltory for its egggs, but In brdcr    V A ,'t:  to delude lilrdH and, other ciiomlea tho A^Xx  turtle throws Bnrid again into tho hole, y^'A  Ibnvirig:tlio ���������aurfftcbArbughi'tind wftddlea 'v'^y  off to- another apot^.where lit-ropcate thoA'l*M;-A  .process,       -A   ,-, ���������������������������',* *';A.;AA-.-''' ���������', ,X[X<: ���������..���������A'''"'*'*"''1  , iSomotlmofi: ;thlfl 'Ib ;dono;:thrcb ftiiricrt,*:;  nnd oventriftllv tho cgga'nro laid In .'nn':  'ojci-'iivatlon :>vfthln a - few yftrdB^iof: tlio.'{  Bluun noftt, tho surftico bolng smoothed:-  '���������.���������iii'U\i.'i.  ���������Mx  m  and flattenedA down, anya Atho'.AIAndonA^W'1  Globo.       -   ������������������'��������� ��������� ���������'���������-, A'A'- ':������������������������������������'' ������������������: ���������������������������'.' '������������������-';'yXX-^Mi:  When '..liiiiiting   for   the   egg������"    tht;,^*;  Queon������land, blacks probo tho sand in thb ?Af ^^  ' ��������� "    "        "'    "' '"',"'������hd**w^  vicinity of,; ono of the1 flham rio������tfl:  nro usMiill"/���������BuccoBBfuht   '   ,   '.-,>���������*���������  .I,,,.,, ,��������� a< t���������  ���������I-''/  ���������wfflm  ���������.���������*iv?.-,-;:,/;',(;-  KNEW TlfE '.IUDOK. '*;';' f^AXiJAm  A colored mriiio wn������ brought UbforoiAiiAisyi^  1  hu ndilotl^qulte, re ,  ������ir, porliapB   yon y^crui-'E  lnol���������o,',���������Hurper'a "--^ebkly.'--,;  , "but;, then,  worthy'������ny  ���������~->.������*e>"  Women Smoker* of Mexico. ��������� A i  The olgorttte ia'Var mor^'popular am*'  png women.Jn'tlioiiinner clrcloa of Kuri*-  opoon aoolety tli-anitia hero In Mexico,  where If yoU find Vlady amnklng ahb in  quite auro to bo an elderly woman of an  addiction, to old cuntomn. That Moxlcan  women generally'smoke cigarettes i������ n  notion oneriahail by foreign wrltera of  Mexican romanbea aprlnklod all over  their page* with 'Womba!'* "ml vlda,"  'ohiln eon oaruo," oto.���������Fiom tlio Mex*  i-  muler tho window 'of'tho' bwnbr'a^houaoA-'PfM  wlu'ti there wuh a dog Jooae In Uio yard.i   A-iJ  "lilt ..-wouldn't lie no',u������o,Juilgo," aaid'AWX*  tlm man, "to try to >plnln thia tl|iln������ y A-^.  to you rill.   Kf you wn������ to try It,yon  lilc-t uh not would get yer hide full of  to you rill. Kf you wn������ to try,lt,youi, ,,!������  Mice its not would get yer .hide full of ':���������',,*,���������,'"!,  abiifc an' got no elilckinia, nutVibr, AA Kf  .yo' want to engngo in, any ramnllty.  Juilfft*, yo* biittcr atlclc to de biu'ch, whirr  yo' nm famlllar/V���������lAdlei*,* Homo Jour-  ni\'. ....,;                ���������   ' "���������������������������  ������n������ ita < e> '*" '*���������* ���������.'i1-.1'  AN JNFAiTdBT.E SION.  To reeelve tl������e neck of i the triqn������������������ed  chicken at your bnnnllng houw������f thrctt*  tlmcn running i������ a algn that your lan-l*  huly ihiuU i������> U uboitt U.so yoa r-$,H  ���������Bomethln*; OH  acrouak.  xt:  ���������A /  i.rin.uwni^n.iiir^-TTwiHi.^^ff^maar r   , __   '"^^ ll-'-lV*nr^^^^B^^agjmt5B5B^F^g"g"  /"    'vii-iTi   .-.a-*' .-,*> Cv -' ri,"-i -*-y , -*-1'     '-"���������-��������� "   -i-���������->'-* i>   .������*, ,*.'���������-.  - - ������������������..���������,-  ."^sr  -* -  -'y'vyy   -     ^* /������/���������,-':   :���������';" ,-, .' i-    ���������*       .y.    -    -'y^'/v T     ... i ??*)'*,  ' , , "   ���������l ��������� - ,���������     -- *   , *>"' ,   -.--*   y * .   ----- .'j.*?'  *----.���������>. ���������   . ..        - .-!/  ;u~  THE* CRKSTON.   REVIEW  PROFESSIONAL^  JAS. H.' SCHOFIELD  Fire, life and Accident I-surance -  . HEAL ESTATE. Ecc.  TRAIL  B.C.  r*-������������  ,\ Q      -Kid \J~\T> T?  O T**"  B C. Land Suiivetok and Architect  Plans aud Specifications  CRESTON  -       - v   -  B.C.  I.  D. ANDERSON  BrameH   Goccmbia   Land   Surveyor  i KAIL.  OKELL, YOUNG & CO,  Real Estate and Insurance.  CRESTON    --  B.C.  The gents'aecindprlfce .-pair of gold  cuff buttons���������given ut the whist tonnn-  t-  inent held lust'week, was presented by  Miss Howarth. Owing tb a typographical error this -Was .omitted from the repot fa of iho proceedings.  ,  Mrs. J. J. Grady and ^daughter,  Mrs.  Hook, left on Tuesday for a tw o in -mths  visit in the East.   They*/expect to visit  [St. Paul and Duluth, IvIinueupolU.  The McBride policy of better roads  and improved communications is tho  polioy under which the " sjoeufc progress  of B.O. in tbe last five years has been  made- Voto for Schofield d&nd help to  keep this progressive polioy in force.  FOB,"SALE���������A Baby Carriage in first] [  class condition/ Price $5.00. " .Enquire -  at the Reyiew^Qfifice. ���������  * \    ������������������  The1 enterprising proprietors of tho  Oreston Hotel,^Messrs. Moran arid Mead,  have built a -wide- side-walk to connect  the two Sides Of Fourth street* below the  stjitiou platforn^ This is a great itv-1  provement and a convenience to tbe gen- J  eral public. * * !  1 The Review has just received a large  quantify oi ladies' ivory visiting cards,  and we can. now fill any orders for visit-,  ins cards for tho fair sex. '     * *���������  Tfse Oreston  Dancing  Will be held at the  j  = CRBS'lurs  =  |  " AUDITORIUM  Every Tuesd&y and  Saturday Evening  i  ! A.    C.   SOWN ESS  TV.  . _���������_���������   ���������,  *5������ B <**.  ������4? a. xj  tr^jaa*  Wholesale Wine and Spirit  -Merchant .. -  I  Cranbrook  B.  .1  *w. s  * A^teA^fe^^a.4>���������.���������������������������������������������������-��������������������������� ft** ���������*>****.  I With a Local Flavor |  A %  * ���������**������������������������*������������������* ���������-������������������������������������������*>������������������ ���������������>*������������������*���������*<������  Geo- W. Irwin, of Lethbridge, was a  guest at the Oreston Hotel on Tuesday.  G. H. Dean", of Nelson, was doing  business in town on Monday.  J. F. Reid, a resident of Montreal,  was among the many visitors to town  this week.  J. S. Eewetson, of Cranbrook, and A.  K. Mitchell, of Calgary, were stopping  at the Creston Hotel the forepart of tbis  week.  J. E. Williams, who, hails from "Toronto the Good," was noticed among the  outside visitors here the last few days.  D. H. Lee and B. O. Henninger, of the  Alice mine, were doing business in town  cs Tuesday.  J. H. Ross, of Princeton, and W. J.  Crannav. of Dawaon Oity, have been tak-  ; ing in tho sights of the city the past few  days, boi ng gues te at the Monro.  Go to Ed. McOluro- at the Creston  Tonsorial Parlors, when you want an  artistic hair cut or shave.  The Oreston Mercantile Oo. is putting  in an up-to-dato hardware store* in the  Mercantile block.1 Everything pertain-  ing to a flrst-olasa hardware store will  ho in stock.  Mr. and Mra. O. O. Rodgers left for  Spokane on Wednesday to attend the  Spokane npplo show. /  After December 1st the hours for transacting freight bnsiheifl at the O. P. R.  depot will be from 8 a.m. to 0 p.m., and  ���������express business may bo trammeled on-  .. m 7 p.m.  The mooting of the Board of Trade,  called for last Wednesday, has been postponed to nexc Wednesday tbe 24th, owing to the hall being required last Wednesday for the politioal meeting.  TO LET���������-A ranch nnd house; house  partly furnished. Apply David Scott,  CreBton, B.O.  Mesars. Riel and Northey have diss*  olvod partnership in the Oreston Realty  & Timber Oo. C. P. Riol wiil carry on  tha bnaineaa of the late firm, whllo N>.  R. Northey haa accopted a position on a  fat aaJaory in Vancouver.  Dr. Henderson shot a lino bnclc deer  whilo ont hnnting on Wednesday, about  tluroo zniloa jthe other side of Erickson.  The door when dressed will woigli fully  2001b.     ,  Tha editor ia indebted to Mra. O. O.  \ Rodgers for a haahct r>f most dell<*irmn  eating opplea, taken from Mr. Rodgorn'  orchard. Thoso apploi in color and lift*  vor cannot bo benleu ruiywharo iu tbo  diatriot.  FOR SALE-Cno 270-Ege tfodul In.  cnbator, One Brooder and a number of  liana ��������� Horgain. Apply Box 0, Oronton.  O. J. Stephen:' haa been a*ward������������d *  contract to ent n million feet of flaw loga  for tho O. O. Ilotlg-tiV sawmill ai Oren-  ton. Mr. Htephnna will atarton the eon-  \t*rt at one*, which will ooonpy two  and a half month*. Tbo loga will be  ������nt on Uoat mountain, which |-!uo������ la  famona for lta timber,  Ores Jon appears to be in the throes of  a fruit laud salo epioenxic. Several deals  for bloclcs of ten aad twenty acre plots,  h������va wou consummated the past f������v,*!  days for &nug considoriviioiit-, but probably the most importaut of any of tbem  v/as when Henry Hamilton sold bis plot  of 63 acres to Mr, H. Pcorce, representing the Mi*Leod River Towusite Co., of  Edmonton. The orico paid for this land  was ������78 per acre, nud it is understood  th-\t the new owners will at once start  to improve the land and plant the entire j  plo* in fruit trees. Mr. Hamilton has  beBn know n here for years as one of tbe  men who grew the big red apple.  The first dancing clsss given by Andrew ^hller at the Creston Auditorium  oa Ttu-sdsy, w >s an unqualified success.  Professor Miller is so encouraged by the  xuannor iu which the public sura patronizing his class that he has acceded to the  many requests to give a ball, and therefore there will be a grand ball on Wednesday evening next the 24th insc. At  this ball ladies will be free, but the fair  sex. are requested to bring a cake. The  gents' tickets will be ������1.  Do not send your order for Xtnas gifts  to Eaton's until you see the display of  useful and fancy article*, ut the Bazaar  to be held in the Creston Auditorium on  ths 1st of December, ^here will he a  great variety of goods, soj that all may'  be satisfied, from the grandfather to the  baby.    Several parcels have been sent  s  i ic&ets ���������  CI* tartest*  In Advance  Non=Ticket Holders-, gocts-  Per Lesson.  j A. MILLER,  <Dancity Master  From 8 to 13,  f All-Kinds Txsght  CLOTHES  Cleaned,   Pressed  And Repaired :   :      .  Ladies* Garments a Speciality  Prices Reasonable.  Electoral District of YMIR  TO WTT  ������ f    -a.  JL  r> -s*  T T*^ T-".  Miss H.  M.   FRENCH  Macleod Avenue, Creston, B.C.  Say, Johnnie, can yoa tell  tne T&kere I can hire a. Good  Saddle Pony?  Sure!   Try the  ���������ST  '/"  from the old country, and every oue may  feel certain that they can secure articles  not hitherto seen in Creston, and at very  low prices^ Like Whiteley's anything  can be" supplied from a needle to an' elephant.   The sale will open nt 2. o'clook  Q.   H.   HOWARTH   ,  Practical Watchmaker  English Watches a Speoinlity  Jewelry and Watches in Stock  Store, Town Clock, Creston*  It's the BESTINWWN.  There*s a Good Dray and  Transfer in connection* Also  Green and Dry Wood,  R  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to tlie,electors- of the  Electoral District of Ymir, that in obedience to his Majesty's  Writ to me directed, and bearing date the 20th day of October, iu the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred  and nine, I require the presence of the said electors at Govr  eminent Offices, Trail, on ihe nth day of November, at 12  o'clock noon, for the purpose of electing a person to represent them in the Legislature of this Province.  r   * r        ^ ���������>.  The mode of Nomination of Candidates shall he as follows :  The Candidates *=hall be nominated in writing, the writing shall be subscribed  by two registered voters of tbe District as proposer and seconder, and by three  other registered voterB of the said District'as assenting to the nomination,-and  shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at any time between tbe dato or* tiie'  proclamation nud one p m. of the day of l-Tomiuation, 'and in the event of a poll  baing necessary such ptjlTwill be open on the 25th Novem*6er,'at " **  Arrow Park, Needles, Edgewood, Renatta, 'Robson,  Castle-  gar, Trail 1 and 2, Patterson, Waneta, Pend D'Oseille,   Say'  \vard, Fruitvale,   Erie,   Arlington   Mine,' Salmo,   Kootenay ,  Belle kill.  Ymir,  Willow   Point,   Proctor,   Harrop, Sanc'a,'���������;  Grey's Creek, Tarry's, Slocan  Junction,   Granite, "Fairview,  Sirdar, Creston. Kitchener, Rykerts' * .      *-"..���������  of which every person is' hereby required to take notice and .govern himself  accordingly. ' t  *> ��������� . ' '  Given under my hand at Trail, the 2Sth day of October, one thousand nine  hundred aud nine. ������ -  R. M. PERDUE, Returning Officer. -  ...���������.'���������      .��������� - .      " j. . ���������   .i   .���������....-  PROVINCIAL ELECTION ACT  \ju \jxixX j. } '  !^r jn  4^   ^^������    JB.   "5*.  1  9  Kalsommng and  ^Paperhom  Cf ������g..i������..i'...,^,,     ���������     M...^.fcg.  Are in my Line of ^Susinzs*  Sec my Pattern Books fox Wallpaper*-,  JAS. ADLARD  Heeideuee, Victoria Ave. Dovr ^-ddittKa  rn<z.  PROPRIETORS.  %S*r   SM0KE ^15-  Factory   ^A" V?v?.>,M-    Mndo  "OLD   SPIRTS"  i^-v-CIGARS^  where        f.-xyJT^ *   ta Havana  Notice of Poll being granted, and of Candidates Nominated.  , psl^w������Tiat������afc^^M^>^.���������i^a���������wC3^^gat,'a^^flg  L IK. JScatt^ 1  CRANBROOK -E.G.  Th������-  H  Funeral Director I  "**   ��������� - -  i  I SMO$E the/XT^^L* oigj1:r  Sold a): the Mu,nro and Sam. Hatfield's  '' *    ". Union Goods "  Aoaitniems  Electoral District of YMlK to wit:  . PUBLIO NOTICE is" hereby given to tho Electors of the Electoral District  aforesaid, that a poll has become necessary at the Election now pending for the  I same, and that I have granted such poll; and further, that the pc rsons duly nominated as candidates at the said election, and for whom only votes" will be received, are:���������  E  Seven Rooms are now  ready for "Roomers V  iu the Baast Block.  All are furnished;.  Call and see  FRANK   BAAST  . ��������� bt_  Ostermoor Mattresses  Iron 'Beds  Morris Chairs  *Bed Lounges <>  Folding Cots X  \ffomes completely furnishea^ \  Ciesion Furnishing Co, y  Snrname  OLIVKR  SOHOFIELD  Other Names  ALEXANDER McKINNION  JAMES HARGRAVE.  Abode  NESLON  TRAIL  1.  Rank, Profession  or Occupation  Ihe  SifdarHotei  Boat-Buildor  Goutlointin  Ab in the -Nominati^nPapera,  - r * * '  Of which nil persons ore hereby required to -tako notlco and to govern them-  Pilvfifl nrtP.fwrHiicrltr.*       :: '. .. '    /l   ,  'A A  ''*  Fine Cigars and  Cigarettes'  A    ALWAYS ON  HAND.  Pool Room, Billiards  Ay ��������� and'-   x'~ i  Barber Shop ^  The Creston  iarber  selves accordingly:  GIVEN nndwW hand at Trail,'&.ia,rthi������ 11th day of Novombor, in tho  jrot 19091''. *':.':-'/V'tW".i ���������������'���������''.;���������,   ',:'."'''   ���������     '  "        PERDUE,  Returning Oflloer.  5N nn^w W hand at Trail,'B.t3��������� thi������ Hth day of 3S  -; 1 '-��������� .���������,*4*.;?'*:;:-;!''   ,'���������*,,.     .���������������*     > ��������� ���������>���������' ,  xxy^y^x'. >*. i\.-,,u.������ *.''.l    ', f k. m. pe  ���������XXX^':iAtA:\>y ���������  ���������    -.   -,X ; ' , Re  mw  AV  A Home from Home.  ^Headquarters for mining  men.  *        1  First class in every respect.  Adjoining C. I\ R. I^epot. J  sat  Morris & North,  1   '  Proprietors,  Sirdar,  B, C,  -V  Vote for  ,?,  BATHS  Both Hot and Cold  1lM4fit\ . ��������� .'.'������������������>,  fonsorlal ParlorVFottrtH St  >4-V'-V-*VVV>'a****VV'-*-*W w*w aaaaaai  -. .���������,      ir ||||in , MpmMnnimr-r'i "* - *"" ������������������---���������   OF INTEREST TO FRUIT GROWE&S  THIS 18 TO OKimFY th*t 1 havo innpeated tho ^mnpry Block  crown by the Rivowido Nomery, Grand Forhi, B.O:, and found uo  inff-uioua tilm*iiKo������.  Tho atooh la well Rrown and of ������xoellant qnallty* il..^,.w ���������������,_���������  UOfh BeptemberriWUO. U, 3. WIDDLETOW,  '"'Aaafatnnt Provlnelnl Mortlonltnrlat.  +.**int*fr*iH#*** **n������������*v  WALTKR V. JACKSON,  OttKHTON, B.C.  ^tavhe^ & do.  , Whoiomilo  Provlslonsi,   Produce,   Fruit   ���������  Goiiei'til OimtiiluBloin Mei'CtiBiila  NELSON       -        B.C.  ij  ���������r  AA^A^������/WVVAAy������VWSA^AAi^VVV  H&y Urny,  ;a'Shoe  Repairing  Shop iii Creston   -  Best Worknianihlp  BootH, find fttiopH uuultt'.'tb' Order  ���������^.. SpoolidUy A ,y';-,AAAy.'  A,  - - ���������^.THBi'8.HOEMAKBH'.1V-**-'  j"cncoTON.;:'..,-��������� ;'.;*"���������,-.:: ,;,������.o.  ,>AAj*Wv\A*������V^>VSAMA1^^  l?.;,���������',,���������^ilJS*l  ^^fi'f^l^VJii' lmiiJ%Ktt  'MBamsMaaM^


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