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Array ?ffi$$?~���������:t yf'y  1/    -*   ,t*,,  5 ��������� ^K���������-koa<is  *.*������*~*',  m Hast and   West  Kootenay  jLeaa  to^Jrestoil  j>.-i  ���������������������  ������w        -v -\rr   "*u * ** ������b **jk"       **������<?���������       tp  ;\/il'\a/  I \       %/  if) /  ������mt te assy  Address foi  $2.00 a Year  aN������ Year.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, MAR. 18,  1910  Single Copies 5c.  ������@S^������������������������������S  wopnna  New,Spring Styles in Soft Hats are ready, in shapes that lend  themselves readily to the whim  of the wearer.  A Hat is only proper when it is becoming, and     -  Ot/R  HA75   c4i?E   CORREC  ffieebing (Time is Bow IDere   *  We handle McKcnzie's Seeds, which have proven themselves  to be The Best Producers.  WnPPHO    j   Creston,   |   ������  Gtfifnl  Mfrffasm  n  im  J  9StM  WF  Game Protective.  Art ft**?  H^OCiatiOil rOiiiiOu  IGAME WARDEN FINDS EVIDENCE  OJ? WHOLESALE SLAUGHTER OF DEER  As a result of a visit'to Oreston of J,  Bates, the deputy game -warden for the  Cranbrook district, a Fish and Game  Protective Association was formed in  Oreston on Thursday night last. Mi.  Bates has received many reports of the  wholesale slaughtering of deer by the  Indians of tiie district, and as a protective measure he visited Creston last week  and in company with Provincial Con-  siable Jensen toured the surrounding  country for the purpose of securing data.  .jav<a^/H*ajjsryasvg\jjr\  "WILL ������5 ������SSRATED THIS YBAR  ((-from, tne Nelson News)  "Tb^'^sssatse^aa. farms are to be  ttSsttnM&'-dMSOB'in tho Koptenay,  and thrws'ia'ib* 6sif������a������g������n������ an nppropri-  atioa 61 0pfo%asfcg *��������������� &&?$. fep  *4ha__?������_^^>^:^^^^*^on^  srtntTO-afefsifM-rf������ Jffid41eton;;B8-  - ��������� Mir. Midfi-**, ���������tASoft.ii*. w febas  -Wsa no*t������%|r putposM je<J-^o_iSKina������siii������>*  tiMoa bot W-^ I* d of  farmschoiMn for this pnxpose by,, the  Gov**������ament will be .operated by the  Government, the owner of the farm  meeting tbe c*M-rt of tbe ordinary labor,'  ������nd the Gorerament meeting the oost of  alltmsfiseystoolsn*-ed,,-_nd .of all extra  labor, it is feoad neceiaary to employ'  In in^is? SS������������ farm will be operated  under iwtsiswofcicsn ox tbe horticulturist  in charge jOf {he district.    The three  demonitriition fame fw the Kootenay,  therefoNk will be under the control of  Mr. iiiddieton.  It is ra^to that one ot the three  farms *Yiub������ allpcftted tp East Kobte  . nay, one So T7est Ecotonay and one to  the Banuforf. Vr. Middleton states he  iBjnow"!r^������Jjf to reoolve applicatiops  from'rsTs^wwjr* w������o aro willing that  their ffrafjE -jfoonld be placed at the service olftto Government for this purpose.  Extend Crow to Coast  A Winnipeg despatch soys:";Tbe O. P.  R. wili have an alternative route to the  ooast within two years, whioh will mean  practically another trans-continental  system, aB the company has decided to  complete the Crows Nest Pass line  through to Vancouver as quietly as possible.  This road is in operation at present  aa fur us "Midway, |but the ^extension of it through to the Pacific coast  has long been contemplated by the company. It is only within tha past few  days, however, that anything definite  -has been known in the matter, although  a decision was arrived at during the conference ia Montreal recently, when the  construction, program for the year was  formulated.,  ,'"���������.'  'It instated that the.O. P. R. has been  8nccessfialHn~* securing ������ low gradient  across th9v8nmmifc.   A maximum, gradi-  entof 3.3 per cent, has been seoured all  the way from Hope, on the Fraser river  to Pentioton, at the- foot of Okanagan  j Inks, a distance of 130 miles.   At Hope  the Fraser river will be bridged and the  line connected up with the main line of  the company into Vancouver, while'.at  Pentioton it will be carried across the  summit, and proceed via the west fork  of the Kettle river, to reaoh the Crowe  Nest Pass line now in operation as far  as Midway.  Two years from now it is said will see  the completion of the Hue.  Appointed Stipendiary  J. K. Johnson, manager of the  ������ Review has been officially appoint-  * ed by the Government a stipe nd-  ������ iary magistrate for the County of  % Kootenay and judge of the small  5 debts court for Creston and with-  fin a radius of fifteen mills there-  ^ from.  Creston Amateurs Make Good  at Cranbrook and  Moyie  Those;  ���������tiOBft will be passed upon  ' ..,.<t.ii   ��������� ���������   '  ''  by Wi& flk-ttl, deputy minister of nt-rl  onHn*^; |^������u" hV naya- n fislt  to tho  ���������KootfthM-Jn tbe fit-ik wook or two of Ubont this distriot us  April.* H;:"'   ''.*', ' ' growing of fruit.  Major J. S. Hamilton, of Brantford  Ont., passed through Creston on Wednesday. The major was seouring what  information ho oould regarding the various districts* in B O. for an article to  appear in eastern papers. It may bo stated that Oreston was not overlooked on  this ooonsion as the military soribe waB  fnraisned *������vit.h nnmn important foots  pertaiutng to the  'mon Lumber  WMfaduring Co. Ltd.  I/.'*  .���������WW  Cmplete    Stpck     of  JRGUQH   and  DKtlS^ED  LUMjER  tAttention  Satisfaction Gti*t*riieed:  l^:^f^t!fe with you n thai Euildmg  The following is taken from the Cranbrook Herald and relates to the recent  performance given by the Creston Amateur Dramatic Club in Cranbrook:  "A large audience greeted the Cres^n  amateurs on Saturday evening* last to  witness itheir production of 'The Private Secretary.' " "'   -   - rV        "A  ..  x  "This genuinely funny comedy was  really mosc capably presented, several of  the performers displaying quite exceptional capacity. Mr. R. O'B. FitzGemld's  interpretation of the character of Rev.  Robert Spalding, whilst greatly exaggerated, was admirably sustained throughout.   J. J; Atherton gave a clever representation of Mr. Cattermole, the testy  old Anglo-Indian, whilst his brother,  Jack Atherton, was quite at home iii the  characterization, of the snobbish tailor;  Sydney Gibson.    Mm. J. Darbyshire  made a capital Mrs. Stead, landlady to  young Douglaa Cattermole,  and Mrs.  FitzGerald displayed no little histrionic  ability in the oharaoter of Miss Ashford.  The other parts weve moderately well  sustained, the whole oompany working  together wita for greater ease than usu-  characterizes amateur performances.   It  was announced during tha performance  that tho Oreston nmotenra will likely  put on another ploy next winter, aud, in  thatevoht, they may bo asiurod of a  cordial welcome baoktb Oranbrook."  Speaking of the porformanso of "The  Privato Seorotnry" at Moyio, tho Moyio  Leador Rayet'  '���������From tho riBo'of thb onrtain till tho  ond of tho last act, .there was not a dull  moment in ������������������Tho Private Seorotnry" ns  proBontod by tho Oreston Dramatic Olnb  nt Moyio last Friday night in Morley  Hall, Thti play wont along just as thoagh  lb was in tint pxporlonocd hands of professionals. , Thoy know thoir linos, nud  that unuoon aotor, tho' prompter, was  never iu evidence.   R. O'B. Flt'/Gornhl,  as the Rov. Robert Spalding, portrayed  faithfully hiH part and wnB at himself  all the timo.   J. J, Athorton, as Onfctor-  molo, was groat,, - Ho wat- padded np ho  that ho flllocl very oomfortably F. B.  Hawthorno's suit,    Jack Atbertou, as  tho tailor of Bond utroot, showed that he  wns a Routloninn,  whether drank or  sobor.   A. 8. FltaGorold, Ooo, Young,  Jas. Clark Skinner, Fred. Watson, Jan.  Richards, Mr������, J. DarbyHhlro, Ml������������ M.  Moore and Misrt OortWrlght all plnycd  their partB olovorly.   The hall wan woil  OHod and ovoryohe wan satiHflod,"  Upon the return of the investigating  party Mr. Bates stated that without  doubt the reports of the wholesale slaying of deer were justified. At the meeting on Thursday night Mr. Bates went  even further. He stated that he had  been oat in the hills of the Creston district for the past few days and that in  his official capacity of game warden he  had visited many ranohers iu this neighbourhood and also the Indian Mission  At the latter place' he found evidence  ithat many deer had been slain by the  Indians this spring. .  I Nor is the wholesale slaughtering of  game alone to be blamed to the Indians.  He has evidence that there are many  offenders in thi3 respect'at Port Hill, a  small town seven miles from Creston, on  the other side of the international boundary line. It is reported that several of  the worst offenders have openly boasted  that they would continue to hunt deer  on the Canadian side, and if any attempt  was made to airestx tbem "they would  leave a trail of blood behind them."  Mi'. Bates and Mrl Jensen called at the  residence of one of the worst offenders at  . *   ���������" **- '.  Port Hill and this man was actually at  moment- out in the hillB after deer, and  th4rs ia-sonolusive- evidence thnt he was  hunting on the Canadian side of the line.  Mr. E. Mallandains, who occupied the  chair at the meeting was elected .president, and in his official capacity as chief  timber ranger and * district - land agent  for the O. P. R., he should be.a valuable  member of the new organization. The  treasurer is P. B. Fowler, and the secretary Arthur Okell The executive committee is composed of the following: G.  Hunt, Kitchener; Ohas. Wright, Sirdar  and Knskanook; John Huseroft. Ryck-  erts; G. Hyde, Eriokson, R. O'B. Fits-  Gerald, Guy Lowenbejg, W. Jackson  nnd Gebrgo Mead, Oreston. i  A gratifying feature of the, meeting  was tbo large number who camo forward to enrol themselves as members of  the new association.  Mr. Schofield Talks  During his visit to Nelson tbis week,  the manager of the Review met Jas. H.  Scnofield, M.P.P. Mr, Schofield had  come to Nelson for the purpose of attending the funeral of the late John  Houston, and was looking uncommonly  well after his hard sessional work at the  coast. In Bpeaking of matters at Creston, Mr. Schofield said that he fully expected in a couple of week's time to visit Creston in company with Government  engineer Griffith, when the sewerage  and subway matters wi>l be gone into  thoroughly. In speaking generally of  the prospects for the province this coming season, the genial M.P.P. said that  in his opinion unprecedented prosperity  would prevg.il throughout the province  during 1910 and thereafter. He cited  for instance the fact of the launohing of  the Canadian Northern R.R. in B. C.  this new line of railway being about to  open np an exceedingly rich district lying between the Thompson river and the  Rocky mountains. In addition to this  the successsul floating of the bonds of  tbis big railway companyj cannot fail to  attract considerable English capital, especially at this present time, when the  money market is so stringent in the old  country.  At this point in the interview the Review scribe was cut short by numerous  friends of Mr. Schofield who had called  to see him before he left on the 9 p.m.  train for Trail.  c/fiust Appear in Person  By a recent ruling of His Honor Judge  Forin, of Nelson, hereafter it will be  necessary for all applibants to become  British subjects, to appear in person in  'the county court, in support of their ap  plication.  Creston Soil is Great  Great is the Creston soil. . Not only  does it grow big red apples arid-- plump  strawberries, but it grows actors and  actresses as well, and good ones, too.���������  Moyie Leader,    -v ,    ^.. ,._. .,     ,i  PARASITES  goes the sheep one better; she eats up  bugs and injurious insects and converts  them into eggs. Bnt the parasite���������the  flea on the dog, the tic on the sheep, the  fly on the cow (Biddy, the hen, has her  troubles too)���������aii these parasites just  suck blood snd give nothing except annoyance. Parasites are not useful themselves, .and they prevent others from  being as useful as they might be.  The parasites on oor business community are in about the same class. You  know the ones we mean. They take  everything and give nothing. They enjoy police protection and fire protection  and every other advantage we have; but  if they have a dollar to spend they send  it to some mail order house that pays no  taxes here and does nothing for Creston.  The parasite wears out our sidewalks  with shoes bought it Toronto. He uses  our roads. The buggy was bought by  mail, and so was tho harness. If the  horse got sick he would like to get soma  veterinary mental scientist to give it absent treatment. He probably regrets  that he cannot nave bis hair cut by wail  also. He buys books, clothing and furniture by mail.  Nothing local is quite aB good as an  imported article, according to this individual.   He thinks the local tailor can-  not make clothes good enough for him,  although wa know many  residents  of  large cities who continue to  get  their  clothes made at their old" homes in  the  smaller places.   They find the designs  exactly the same, and the cut and material just as good, while the price is  much lower, bscause the expense of doing business in tbe small towns is eo  much less.  The parasite, however, prides himself  on bis superiority in tbe choice of everything, and ratber insinuates that pur local dealers are incapable of judging nud  our citizens incapable of appreciating  good materials.  Some residents of Creston haye done  some travelling on their own account,  however, and find that we live a little  better here than they do in the.large cit- ^  ies. . .They find that iweraring apparel  bosglit-hore compares fayqrably- with.  Mrs. John Darbyshire and Q. A. M.  Young, who played in "The Private  Seoretaiy" here last Friday evening,  were once residents of Moyie. Mrs.  Darbyshire, as MiBS Moore, was ono of  tho first teaohers at the Moyio sohool,  and Mr. Young ran the gravity tram at  tho St. Engeno for a long time.���������Moyio  Loader.  The dictionary says that a* parasite is  "A living organism that lives on or in  some other organism and from it derives  nourishment."     Another definition is  "An obsequious eyoophant who lives at  another's expense.''   Do you*realize that  there are paiasites on the body politio ?  Most dogs have fleas, and ��������� we presume  that most towns bave parasites.   David  Harum said that some fleas are good for  a dog, as they keep him if com brooding  on being a dog *, but probably the dog is  not philosophor enough to appreciate the  great advantages ho  derives from  the  fleas.   We must confess that onr sympathies are with Tige in his view of tho  case, for we cannot figure out just what  good our looal parasites do to Creston.  "Wo can oontinue the uualogy with  other domestic animals. The cow eats  hay, but oho gives milk; the sheep seems  to live on nothing much of anything and  gives wool; ubiquitous Biddy, the hen,  '���������New'York.*  OtW^wiffis&w  fortable arid:'just astni&fnlly furnished:;^  One nointis particularly impressed npon  the observer, and that is that. with an  equal income a man can live muoh bet-\j  ter here than in the large cities. Taxes,  rents, eatables and' wearables' aro al*.  cheaper. So they are glad to'be citizens  of Oreston and are true to the interests  of our town. They buy at home.  Ars yoa a citizen or a parasite ? , ,  *  . i  j  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that a publlis  meeting will be held in the  Mercantile  Hall on Monday evening the 11th April  next at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of selecting throe or more commissioners to  carry on the t*owerage work at Orestbril  This notloe iB in compliance with  Sect- *  ionS of Bill No. 40, of 1010, being-an  aot respecting tbe construction of sewers in unoorporatod districts. ^  P. B Fowlkb,  '   Hon. Seo. Board of Trad*  March IU, IV10.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  i nni_  _    T-i* _:   <r _ 1 _ |  I   I 1 IC  k3CXiC/ I  ������.0. BOX 24  CRESTON, B.C  tmmmmmmmmwAm  Now is the time to do your painting.  Tho very boat palnln, oiln and varnlnhoi*  of jdj. klndu. Price-, right. Croston  MeiifjitA aal tfucal, tare Co.  GOES   MERRILY   ON  And the enthusiasm  Increases  Daily as the public learn of the  HUNDREDS of Genuine  Bargains  AT THE  #  Ltd.  Watch for Price Quotations  Next Week.  THE   COCHRA  N  COMPANY  A-t  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������%M������������.*������������������*������-j>������������*4������  iTv-K  A.t7 x xiJu    vyjLtx!iOjLv.*iN-    i>.v^.    xi.Ej V AJE* VY .  . 1J.1 J". la  ^MMn������HMM������.  ^������i������  Btt^^^^^^^^^^^ssBI  closing  jr.   front,      aud   finally   taken!  .iioiind   Lo   the   back, where   they  are  ..aught together with a soft chou of pink  and silver tissue.  The low bodice is arranged in the  viirii' wny back and front, with crossing  tola-, of net, and a small chemisette of  lo.l Riutspls point luce, laid ovei silvei  ti-s-uie. The sleeves, which stop sholt at  tho elbow, hang loosely fiom the aim,  and aie made in the pale blue faille net,  sewn closely with tiny diamond*-1, and  finished with a fringe of ciystal and ������>il-  voi "on "os.  The great hat question which has ' make up ifio.illv foi ilefu lencio-. in liim  been *<> hotly discussed has now been | mm������������ Poihap������ this explains their beau-  definitely solved, us arc so many con- ', i\ and olaboiation. The bo>t uie refined,  '���������tested questions, by each side claiming j tin -tone-, being of d.uk, lich cokus  a victory; or, in'other words, each do ! 1'ie newe-* hatpin-, au* of leather, ol  ing as they please. "A woman convinced | h.Um'<*I coloi-, and oblong as to shape,  again**, her will is at" the same opinion T\. .1. (,i at mo-d thiee, make a nice cf  still." was written by someone who knew j ,,   :    i,ul ,uu  moio spoil Ihe best hat.  aud'understood womankind: and in these _ '    eclectic days    each    woman ean follow CACHE-FOINTES  her own bent as regards fashionable dt-    tails  so long as her  apeparanee  is   en  her individual .choice.    Thu-  prophesied the death of tlu  la nre  hat   can   air   themselves  triumph  tails  so long as aer  apeparance  i>^    H Yqu   Seen   The5e   New   R      in  haneeci bv her individual choice.    J.tiu-> ( r  those who  prophesied the death of the t-ro������cior*.  ' antiy in the draped toques which ha\e |  suddenly jumped into favor, while those    c ,  v.-!'.! s*.vea.r bv the ������ri������,aiit'-C hats of Gainsborough   and Romney tan  hide    them  I   .  selva*? in the dark reeesses of even bi*"  j.'er examples than we saw last siunmei     , i,  A friend blew across from the Rue de     , ,  Ja  t\ii.\ the other day in one of the hit  est  editions  of headgear, which left so  little of her face visible tliat for a nio  meat one was in doubt as to her idea  xttvfe '' I "  r. . . <  A  Large  Hat. j ..���������  It was an immense shape covered with  ���������black moire, the wide brim lined witli  black velvet and.very slightly rolled up  at ��������������������������������� side, the only trimming being a  re.tl'.v beautiful wide ornament made m  ih". 11 gold set  with a  huge  agate  in th*-  centre of the front, from which started,  tvv...   abnormally   long  dark   blue  irid*?-*  '  tent   (.iiiils.      Ihe   intense   blackness   ">r  Ihe   velvet lining  and  the  width  of the  brim gave one the feeling of peering into  a  dark eavc-rn  in whose depths one di-  coveerd   a  small   patch  of  ivory.   v.hKh  represented a bit of the wearer's cheek.  Everything- on  the wearer** right -side  wa.* invisible  to  her:   the "blinker**' hat  took c;ive  or* that;   and  friends, had to  grnes -:   at  a   countenance of   which tii **  could only see a corner. And yet, abs-u   I  a^ it was, there was no doubt a eurioit-  fiii-einntioii and mystery about this mot  sti ���������'���������ii-: head covering.  rl I. ii   1-. the Fi each name foi  a nowlv-  i\    i'id. and, acv.01 ling to uiaiiv Ameii-  ji i demon   nnii.li *u".di'd  .nude.  I i    I'-Mii   l.*m>h-l     i tic   ii"v.   . ���������< h > ii unto  I ���������     c .  >i itnin niotivtoi, and '-> i������iU*iidod to  tlu   peiiOM   nt   *h     b *h   hi -i    ,  on  'hi        ii'j. i and pam that links in   i lm-  >���������    p"in Who   hi-   imi   doda*d   pin  1    ������'-   r. mi   tc.uinin     lm>   m     ii wvlcvl  1 iiUui". tai-.  and  olh'i   public  plaois?  I he-e in������   pioiectoi*. look  uuuh   like  .    tfjtn he.uU M\d have lull'   holes wluio  . * pi'i v.-uiii*.   i-     \oi.  ti..t join  ������-lijp  "������ i <>n, ->tuk ihv jun tin uiih in the t..i  dittiv    t.ish'on,   md o\ 'i   th-   end  that  .'luluuli's  noni   the oi'iei   side ^eievv   on  ih     eaoiio-pouii-e      1 (j ���������   op. u nu   in i\u.Ii  ! *>iiu   i>   j'ooved    ml   the   ;nn   point   is  ' tsr.v   hi id  bv  the uio'eetoi.  SHORT  SKIRTS.  They  aie  veiy  shoit.  They oie gtiioially worn.  Foi   morning  thev   tie ucee=aaiy.  Jb'oi alternoon tnev aie a'-o tlu ihnij,  They   appear   at   the   -ntittwt   my>-  HOlls.  Many of the ''deb-.*' have ti iiile-s lu,  die���������aus,  e        NEW  GARNITURES.  Every    Possible    Dress   Trimming   to  Be Had Ready to Sew On.  Ciaiiiitnies co'iipo-ii* one of tae newest  foinis of tii'.uuuii", and these are ���������diown  iu so many shapes and sJ/.r-, that rmoh  depends, on individual taste in chouc  A 1 ittie'-vvoik ot fine cut beads t.tt.'d  tightly to the neck >s new . "tio.n du-4  i.tlis a closelv act fungi* so long Ih u it  just icaches tho <lec d'etage. L'hc vUeei  i>, a tulle bi/ane, but eUective, piilvtu  lady toi >e'iii-o\ vMiing oi theatie weai,  "small -jotted hnkios and coatees ol  main kinds have apne-iied, us thoy w uc  hound to do. with -ueh a vogue, and mn  h lit oinaiiients, ion-.istiug oi shining  stiiugs.   wncd   to -dand  hiirh,   baudviuv  s.f      l..\ .    !���������*.  1       ....       ...1      ...I.     1. .       1      U..k  ..       v   ,,������.iil     J^*      ������,.������,.       .v������.\^,     HUM      ,J\I \ .\  i  tlie^ aie all in  i ivoi.  Indeed, theie at,' ,-i --oils of e'limec  liieiits. tanging tioui meie bieas.t-plati-<  i.t beads and enu������ioideitv to scIiciih*-. that  tanlv cover the dies. It vva-s ucvci ^o  imi\\ to manage the ii-unimiig ol a rdou- -  ot costume.  iliev    >n.>\  1,  1 in \ uijiifc srold na  ^Un   3 lated   ol lO-ii-c. aud any ii<frubci  or ;ntt\   ei'staved de-ign-..  A':I th**v au qu te inexpensive, too.  U  SLEEVES.  i :* the -.leeve beams to giovv it *-3  . ~*. ���������- *o keep on until an e-caggi-i-  .���������rr'i i. ivt.i '.>j; is icached. Hut not;  -k rl^ t ike yj uioie uiiiptitade than  \*v * h*d ii r some veats vvill their  s       {i'_-e  -*o.\e������  CLOTH   EVENING  DRESSES.  One       Lovely     Model,    the     Russian  Blouse,   Velvet   and   Moire.  Cloth gowns for evening wear are hav-  iiiij a resurrection and a lovely model i-  in ;a gl������*rious -flmdgt-'face.tt drap s^uptc.  worn over >v beautiful underdrefis <.it  point de Vcn'ise, both lace and cloth an ,  txmiisite shade  of very deep ivory���������al   ,  Inevitable Sash.  "il...* gsw:i^ have sashe������ of vvUlc i ibbou  .-a���������* i iui d the waist and threaded nn-  .*��������� * !'��������� ��������� v i->jiou-> material, being tstd low  aow a i.a cue jupe. and only partlv ^.^.  b'ueath their \eihng. Diesses ot  I.ui arranged in two llounce3 on tlu  . v. >th little, lull ciOs3-ovei eoi&agf-s  ue i.kc.M-e very pietty. while fiotks ot  ������h' i-ihwii" persuasion are by no aiea'i--  w.'ntli'g among the season's suppW.  o!������������  Till'*  ln'.e  SLEEVES ALL LENGTHS.  ino'si: a pale tan, the underdress is trim- j Tin* sleeves are long or short, accoid-  mi'd with beaver, a cleverly antxng^d I nig to taste, but if the lattei, they  band of tne same fur confining the knees j should be ot the transparent dcst-np-  ���������uid   cnciicliiiff  the     shoulders, crossing I tiyi.  the bust, and going round the bare ai'nv  the hue being taken np over the shoul-  dei'-i' ",        ���������  In the revived modes the iuissian  blouse is one of the leaders, and we are  adopting it with great avidity, it is so  comfortable and becoming, the young  and the slight look so well in it, and it  -dvi's the appcai-anee of a small waist  ami n full bust. Velvet Tiussian blousos  defend to the knees, and in nine cases  out nf ten are edged with fur.  Velvet iH the fashion of tho hour; tlie  softer and the more clinging the more  modish. Moir������ of a soft make is the  vi'i'v height of tho fashion, and is ubiquitous it. its use. Millinery dresses, and  llusstaii blouses are. all nuvde of it. The  watering is seen upon it ih nuiny vane*  tie*.  MEMS   OF   THE   MODES.  Paris   Cap   and   Coats  for  Travellers  Bound South.  A giil at the gi owing age of 13 or so  can very rarely lay claim to pretty aims  oine the childish contours have changed,  anil mosit people find that long, trans-  pnit'iit sleeves are the most satisfactory.  As rcgaids the tiny people who are  still under nursery surveillance, an immense quantity of thick, soft satin is being used for the little frocks this winter.  COLDS.  Don't get them.  They are dangerous.  And they are hard to shake, off.  Tin* best preventive is good health.  Plenty of sleep will do much for one.  There must be fresh air in the sleeping room.  {���������"line, regular meals simply must be  one's rule.  Pure water drunk freely between  minis is a necessity.  Untiling and exercising must neither  be neglected nor abused.  is a deiidous and fragrant,blend of. th������ finest Gcylon Teai*  . ".. . i (i. * v. t  Get a package from your grocer and enjoy its excellent qualities.''  COSTUME   FOR   FORMAL WEAR.  a\    V.or������i-lo������j������A    cow**    for   formal   ofi-  casious is made -with tunic' and  jacket of gray satin cloth embroidered in a design of roses and foliage  in pastel shades of green and pink.  The underskirt is long, full spd made  ot gray crepe de clime. One large  motif of gray silk holds the point  of the tunic in place.  The hat matches the gown in shade,  and the ostrich feathers which compose the sole trimming are in the  pastel  shades  of green and pink.  because they fail to measui������ the staying  povveis   of  woman. "**  -Theie are two kinds of dangeifnl  wives; those whom other marvipil men  like, and those who like other manicd  men.  Take no thought a������ to whom you shall  marry. Mary whom you please, and  you will disccver that you have some-  bodv else.���������Smart  Set.  Tke haidest thing about skating is  the ice when you fall down.  Marriage is never a failure to the  ministei   who gets good fee?.  Any small boy knows the difference  between having all he wants and all he  can eat.  The fellow who is always forgetting  himself is easily   forgotten.  Breezy convcisation is qiiite different  from the long-w mded kind.  The weather is so uncertain that most  oj   us feel like betting on it.  Even though he may spend his money  fieely. the prize-fighter is always close-  fisted  in  action.  "It doesn't .always pay to strike back.  In fact, it is better policy to hit the  other fellow first.  Peihaps the leasoii so many husbands  and wives separates is because absence  makes the heart giow fonder.  "Nothing is so bad that it couldnt be  worse," quoted the Wise Guy. "Yes.'  agreod the Simple Mug; "even a bad  boy might have been twins."  ,5  NEW SKATING APPAREL.  ���������iwunK^1. - * i   ^  The new skating things are charming,- the long, shapely sweater coat  leading in popularity. It would be  hard to find a more beautiful skating  costume than the one at the right of  the sketch. The dress is of deep  crimson cloth, topped by a handsome  sweater in white with edges  of red  GUARDING WINDSOR.  LA  Famoe-ts   Castle   Protected   at     Every  Point by Soldiers and Police.  For an unauthorized person to gai nan  I'iniance into nu* of tlu King's palaoes is  leariy an impossibility, it haa been  ilone, but the number of times could be  almost counted on the fingers of a h md.  Witliin the walls of Windsor Castle aie  tieasuies of piicele������s value, and even if  the com t 13 not in residanc-* no one c un  enter without his picsynoe being known  to the police.   ���������  When the King is in lesidenca at Windsor the guaids are doubled. 'Instead of  satin; -and*rred\ siitin  butfjohs.^ White  fox fiiTg a^conipanyl'itM.I'*)-   4H *  All the. skkting hatb-^^lild^e^m to  be the close tuTban hood of clp%th,  fur, velvet, or a combination of" all  pert little aigret, wing or -soft wav-  of them, and each finished**-with a  ing coc*. feathers.  THE EXPENSIVE DkSuTANTE.  ... *i_ii-t:y������-' ;jj u     ,  To Bring Her Out*Well" iruNewYork  Costs a Pretty J?onny.;.  "*\ew York has a tradition ^that all deb;,  utantes must be bioughf^ out in November and December. There"'must be no  Ieft-o-.eis for January, Svhldi"is***��������� the  month of the bail and" iiitraiiuie.r-ilauce.  "In London or -Paris������there are'sometimes six'or seven-dance&iir-.oiie evening  vduring the season/'^sa^s^a writer, in  *\ ogue.-,"People4 pass from one to another  showing  themselves tor a few  mfnutes  one   uiMi niaiching up  and  down with    u   h;- ^ng supper'there, 'and nerhaps  bayonet   fixed*, between   ssmtryybex anSrr* i>ti'ir .-<���������   ������->  Q-.r       '.       - _      -  1 appearing at another'place befo*re going  home.      '   ' A '   <>    A   ^>  - >  ,,..., Clothing must be worn and sufficient  The close-fitting cap that is the rago j ���������.,,,. anfl Aay  In I'lU'is now hi a limp little model, < e���������       AnJ th(J fcct .must |,0 t.cpL <lry>     Bo  signed more  or lens remotely utter the j n, t,.,g nnd you������n nofc \\]i(i\y ftlltcU coia#  CHARM iNQ FROCK OF  RI ETTA.  A dainty little dress for informal  wear is semi-nrincess in-style and is  made of raspberry silk henrietta  cloth. The side panelsy-of the: skirt  are smocked to simulate a, high, gir-  dleand give a soft fullness oyer the  hips. The very popular rulff is not  omitted and is made of'Bilk mull, as  are the sleeves. Some; bits of handsome etpbroidery are used at the  elbow  nnd on the vest.  THE SECRET OUT.  $i COLOR  EFFECT.  a  pattern of the headgear worn by the  iiviiitoru, who are setting the mark of  their   vory   practical   attire upon   many  of tlm vogues of to-day. . j Mother-of.Pearl    Suggestions     In  .���������lie of the practical coats brought out ���������w���������u, t,������������������i������������������ rw������������/  for Miuthotiibound      travelleis is  the ������-ovely Evening Drc������(.  nuirmish ulster miule of white blanket- In hp[t, silk net, chosen in n pale uhado  iiur. vvliite chiiiehilhi or some siiniliir of bluo and arranged over ono of tlio  v. kUr cloth which is easily slipped into i new autins shot vory delicately with pal-  nud out of when juniping'into the ma-j est pink and silver, a_charming dinVior  chiin- for the'ride to the links or homeward. Tho coats are of full or thrce-  <inartcr length and have the advantage  ��������� if being ftozv, smart and of cleaning per-  f.'itly.  It is likely that spring will living' out a  gnod ninny' plays on tho Riml-iu coat.  Thi' licit in one of the feature* of nucli  eon is und it in tin* belt that i** being  n-rd in various cffirl.i in .some of the  fw-wiMt   nnd  hiiifivtent   gurmentM,  di'i-rs is carried out. The final coloring  arrived at by thin shot effect, Avith h*.8  veiling of palo blue, is an opalosccnt tint,  with a niothoi'-of-poarl effect which is  vi*ry becoming, although it Is almost impossible to describe tlio shade- in words.  Tlio pule blue silk net forms fii'dt n  *tmight nnd fairly full undoruklrt, ar-  ranged ovor tho     pule pink and silver  IlltiU.  Then  ovpr thin  skirt   thoro aro full  Hatpin*; tire >n lovely tlint really thoy   drnpci-ius of not, coming from tlio waist,  How the Young Woman  Knew That  tho Young Man Was Engaged.  A young man from Kansas City'was  talking to a young woman from the sumo  town whom he Iuul met by accidoiil at a  matineo in New York. The woinuu wns  liuirried.    The mini was not.  "You've liiMii'd thnt vv������'ru to have a  new union station hack hpiuuV" the wo-  mnn asked, tn make oonversiitinu.  "Oh. of coiivse," the young man answered. "I get all the news. 1 get u  Icttcy from  ICiiiisatf Ctiy every ilis."  The  woiiiiin  began to Imigli.  ' "So ivhch yvon go buck home for thnt  yueiition  you're going- tu  lm mtii ricilv''  Hhn nvusod.  "How did you know tlmtV" tho man  cried. "Wo both wild wo woniiSn't till,  and now hIioVi������������������"  "Yon, told nm youriolf u few noi'amls  ugn, nvcrytlilng but the tluto," she an-  fcworwl, "You noo, uo muttor how I'ontl  jvuir bi'othov niuy ho of yon, or your  uiieloH or nuntH or youv uiotlun* or fn-  tlicr, none of those would send you a  htUtv every dny. TIiovo'h only ono person who writes a lottor ovory dny, nnd  thnty a girl wIio'h engaged to ho innr*  rind. For the rout of my sentence I lidded two uml two."  "You'i-o light," tlir* mnn nui������iul. "Sny,  ii niiuriiil mini nuii-t hnv<* to phiy closo  to tlio busoM. jt miiAl bo likajlviug. with  a mind wulov." ������������������-���������-  ���������������������������-������.^.'>  NEW EMBROIDERIES.  Tliey aie Swiss.  They are exquisite.  They have  delicacy.  Yet  they appear heavy.  They're on cotton marquisette.  There aie bands and all-overs.  One all-over has a deopiborder-along  one-edge.'.. ������������������'���������".    - '  These St. (Jaiil lengths have the Japanese look as to stitch,. ,-'.-....-.,  In price'they rangq from $2 to ,"S4, a  beauty'in'the-four^nehAvidtli'bbing $3.50.  An dll:oyev'<at $2.25 .shows-a deep border along one edge and a narrow one  (about three inches) along the other.   :  JE.'W* CUli-l^ii'r'i' ���������tf������ iu'A'If*  ���������TOIIOIITO, (IWY.  ^lutumitmmmimm  W0& |__H_f*���������*���������' '+^ ���������������_* V*MI pv.-'ustaa  i JK,*SBN������i������"B3t1"Sf^���������i*aii! nil iRmffWl tiWl- ^^%t| ^T'*P*W^^*l*f*iH^K-*l-Wl'^^  THOUQHT6 ON MARRIAGE.  Tn iiinrrii'gc ho who In-rdtnteH is���������  bo-ii-cd,  If Cupid I* blind, ITyinoii Iuih ],(H)0  pooled <cyo������,  ll(*tw<������nn two <ivI1h. U Ih liottor to wod  n tnlkfttlvc lob*it<*r tlum a Hclf-sntlsfled  oln m, ���������  AftiT imirrlng)*, wiint ono knowH thut  one nhniild not, ono cciiKOti lo know.  Thin is wimiom,  Tho hiJHliiind of ������ pnpulnr celohrity  mlimihl bu fiir-*iven  mucli���������for Iio'h v<>ry  l������������iivly������.  A nnin Ih m gront n fool im n clover  womnii   think** It worth while to mtilco  i niiu. , t  ���������,������*rhnit' '*' h *������   ������ S(tt������       i,^!-'*. frit      W������ V       i, mnwHIJ  sehti*y-box, thei-e are two.  ���������J8ien there are lnetropolitan'polieemen  on duty at each gateway, as well a^  royal gatekeepers in scarlet and gold livery. In addition to that* there are plaui  clothes detectives and night vwatclun'-j*..  A lunatic seldom gets farther th/vn  Henry VIITs. gateway at Windsor.- Th*  little police office is just inside tlie gate.  and here is officially recorded every day  anything of note that fcak^s plate within  the precmcts of the castle.  -   ���������  A few yards inside the gateway arc  also tbe qinM-ers of the officer who is  in command of the castle guard. Telephones are installed all over the castle  and the different entrances nre competed with the main switchboard near' th'e  equerries' ������������������(.entrance. A. .���������  If a paper-knife vyere tak-en out of th-i  castle to-day itywoidl be ihissed to-mor:  row. Every treasure nnd piece of fnrni-  ture. in "Windsor Castle is entered into  huge booksAajid photographs are kept of  all the*most Valuable ..articles;  The sentries wecr always provided with  ball cartridges until a gunrdsmnh firod  thrc������'bullets into a stone 'elephant' on thi  ..East;Terrace of Windsor Castle, wlivcnh hm  mistook for a ghost in the mists of the  early morning. Now thoy hnvo^ to depend ou ;their bayonets. , ,, A ���������  Tt   is  very  selimm   that  thofts  tnko  {>lneo ni royal residences. The prtlico  mvo power, to search nil bugs or pivi'C'-Jls  being conveyed froin tho royal palaces.;  .Many years ago a sentry ,nt ;wiul*o*"  Onfttlo lnnningctl to hook 'dovra'ia.-viiliia'tne  watch, nnd cluiin from one of the.jfijf.f\\  apnvtuu'iits with his bnyohot on thc^enil  ��������� of..hls rifle, but.he, was .quickly.fo.uibljk.'.it...  .nitdVi'mhislicd.' y ������������������' -.-���������-. -;..,,-,-'.- ;^'..ia<;/.-,������  :,  A .night watchman goes on duty lii������������ido.  it-lio ciifltlo at Windsor,every nip-lit nnft  comes off in the nio������*iil,ng.    In cn*)u of  '.firo, ho would nt ohoo' glvn tlirt iVIari))!'  ahd-in a very f^������w; hioniontV the 'Wynl'  :firemen and castle gunrd  would b>'nn  tho sipot, nnd  nil  entrance*,  would  ho  closed ���������utjfl guni'dcd.    The  i-iinio  sy,|i"i\  proyailH at, tho chiof, of tlm other, rnyjili  I'OrtldoiiWW.*',   ������������������ ���������'--, A,,, ',. "',...'   '.A   -  V'v.v-i  ,'  Tho penalty for n f-oldbr fi'ilihiB *���������> I"1)''  form  liis duty when on gnunl oitrnhlo  voynl ri-Mdionro*! U ro wverc thnt  thoro  nro very few 'on*i������s"indoivl on-rooord of  "In PSris'"!'believe'the dances-given  for ,debutnntes aie called >bals blancs,  and at them theev4ar^ inaniychaperoiis,  for o Fiench girl as a rule" is seldom l&it  alono with ' a man.* However, 'to-day 1  hoar* that,the niles,^are-less,rjlgi-c!,^tliaii  they were in the last generation. "."" .  **The bal blanc* is nofas'tiresottie} perhaps, ns the receptioji���������jinvariablyx, lipid  in New York in the aft.ernoon^-but the  la^t named enteft}iiiimehi^Tist,*������t"de"ast- -������  luc-eting place for������old -friends. -AiittJ rn^c  theie aie too many invited, tlie, rooms  aie apt to be too1 close*1 an*d"tlfe������ejfe&li-  monts are sometimes -?oV:?*t0^l^lbernl.i.l;a  HCS}}?'       A ���������'.  ������������������;���������;'   :A.-:X'^Mi^!%Xy������   .  "C'hnmpagne  is   aywineCtpyiie^takey  . inbderatiBlyA' aty:'d1hnbr^ .at^fipplert*br'' at  Wedding receptions;.othowvise;3t������,is not  the best form to se^ye^it^before. oandles'-  are iighted,%hbftcpuricii,^  niineral Jwatersjiatie;^  'Tlio. luncheon for debutantes -iB a hew  'dances, ^^hWalMl^^ camo  butiyonly iih*: thienway ir-i-.tliat^i'^Vithbut  nnj' special.,o,ntertAinni^ut* y: Wftig1 given  for tlioih, 'weor .'iiaid/'t^have.'^^o their  'dci)(itiri by ^ubftertp,ttbiimtKwdffl a cmol  !"Vvay of puttjlngyit, b)jt a^nny;)-rate ovory girl in now* determined to have a  f'86i)rira'to'.eWc'^  simple tea, a largo c'rUsii- reception, witli  the usual dinnor and tlicatru.tb the ro-  ccivlng partyrVdv-a���������''da-*^������f#������__^.,.  ,   "lt  Is, naturally quite'tin. expennivo  items to be considered/ OBpi^Jlyi'f In  sninl hoi'iHohohls ^hon^.'forcd oftfoxtva  pooplo must, bqcii-llcd m -*i^faKbS'iqO''aii  awning, munic^-flowo���������, vofri^y*phtn, u  .nianVt'n^ert;U''ieavi,lrt)j|pM  Volar HiMaiUW'1 ������%im������ad^ti������>u  to. t)iiH a *(%ty toKt|io pl������������^#������ffi,n^vlth  Utiiiifcri;i)i)t,o-i*o,VHh]'������pi������ivj(^AwS^^  wnnl, vxkw.������i<)toVjilB������^^  It'iJii tllffiouVcTtr^>tf|iitfP  *wollv ,thiiit'^rf''tbt������hpilli^^oR^H������)w'  York fivHhlnn, without. ������p������*udhigA ^ fow  tlioiiRand dolhiVH.,.f'.Anil-this, dnoH'npt In-  nro very r������v on*..������ iudood on-record of  ^H'l^B^g^  mon having to be takon off their po*ts.��������� I .^i* takon' niotwtlian  blintlnoni ' to  1-mni tlio London Mull. timo to give the vision oi otdfttity.  ���������'��������������������������������������������� ���������       - ������������������._... __     ..   _.  _ *il *i. '    ���������     ' y v''  PRACTICAL   SUIT   FOR   YOUNQ  GIRL.  i,-Pretty nnd durnblo. s-qlts for.,young,  girls nro mndo of tho sturdy '.'tWoM-aT  fiorges or cloths. Plaids, Kussian  nnd Japanese ombroidory, braiding  and buttons aro all UBod in tho linish  of thoflo mout practical Buits for glrla,  ������.������.......������������������.������ ������. ,        "  rmm aut of woauk.  (Hanslnn Olironicln,)  3Vr������tohnllcoff luHlntH that thoro iu not a  Mingle mn������k'nl oompoKei*, sn-nlptor or urtint  of note nmnng women; Jlmt ho olioiild  concede, the fuot thnt,they have produced.  nu ch'gnnt gnido of wives, awcotherntm  und nioihciw.  **���������*"������*������������������'������ ��������� w*^ 41 |N* ������������������"��������� > n'tmmim  iJiobbfl���������'*Ab n ruio thono nriHtecra*  He glris who  bonnt of thoir fatnlly  treofl mra a homely bunoli."  81obb������**������  i"'Sfcoa; iamiiy.. tree*}, ti'ou't &U\uy������ pxo*  izz2 pcachM.'  SHH������.y.,TQ:yll*'l  FURS, SKIMS  HIOM  PRt  <&  M  4  (^  /j1  <1J  \^1  HI  i *  i  I  111  III  l*tl  (I  i  ���������'in  ���������11  &  ���������':[  m  Our Ailvloa'to Our  M  Shipper* W������������ .Oorr.aot m\  Sm now would ������dvl������������ to uhlp aood* to us���������*ni, obtain tha, Hltf  ,^'k  f.i.H,  Prto-*������ whioh we aro now pMylhOvA"  Writ* (or prioo lint and ehlpplno t*a������i whioh will ha oh������������r(uil  . lurnl.had. ���������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������:������������������������������������-,-.* ..^8���������r,. (iy ;. ;..:^- .;,.,.������* 5  A       A '   ���������_"     Bi IC CI #% W"  'V"**--1''      "  Bsaaai  ���������������������������'A  ���������m -^r-fc  fi  Jgv  gfe^1*1 *������ *     - '-������'  -������j.. 1   ���������->,*  ^���������lwp������  .-.'������s^* . *������������������. -  ���������S ? /.������l  ������������������$*& $*-,���������?:  li  st:  .������:'���������  Im,  V ���������������   ' ���������** ' '* ">-'  iifji������liiiTr������i-rMrgniinrr n  N$n  ^  '^-,  CURED  IN ������4 HOURS  wgangaiwiBi  ^  The nien at the Great J*%trmnS%r&&*i'  if  out ddajg Afidfa| inahy$jofjjitlieni were15  ha.if-br<feds/^vhi*e Anifie a^fev^were fulfc  blooded Choctaws, ,the matter looked  serious enough to the managers of the  mine, as well as to the^people of Had-  ley, wmen wh tuv ^nearest vu'agp ���������������"������  quife^a  decade post upon  their  reser-  sf  lnlski^rl'ffiftrng^witrsftSigh'e e^from  one, to  Fl'om    . . _ _^eause On open  rebellion    samo-gg & %end, ������ an*}     -the  people      ot     'TIaaley"   "dared   "    not  think*   what      the    result      of      such  an 6utbrfeakii"amohgf thfe'-^ndianb"-."vrould1*  mean'to the hapless villagers.   For themselves* the  men , cared  little,  for  thoir  hearts were jbrave,~,'a.nd itbeir enns^sturdy'  and'Sgtrong. and   their^aims  sure;  but  wheny they' 'thought' -of ���������- tlie ��������� hapless "\vo-'  men-,' folk, and, 4be' innocent  little vchil-^  dre'ii,'their**faces' paled/, arid' their hearts  quivered with? ayle^r'Twhich .they would?  not pjit into >vords"ju, they discussed the  situation*iof .affairs 'in whispers ������'on'" the'  street corners and in,, thei village stores.  And Joe^'Briunard's disappearance* with  the'Jarge. sum,fqf 4noney* had ^brought-  this' dire caTamii'-y"������ioV"ii 'upon them,  and,c fierce and many were ������tlie- threats,  freely expressed o������ the fate Jie would  meet with if they could.but-,track him  down.        *-1"*J ������****.   *-������- -vy' tt  They would not ask what the law  read-in his.cas^; they^wcjuld makejadaw  of 'their'own^in 'short' order���������ay,, they  would ndt*%vert vtake ,titrtfe.Ata^do *that.  He-would be hurried to the first strong-  limbed tree^and there expiate his*-'crime  ���������he.should be shown no mercy.  The only persons w.ho^stojitly-rofnsed  to\believe in his guilt were Daniel Gordon 'and his wife, "Norine, and Joe's poor  old heartbToken-motherj and even they  were- fiercely' lassailedi -by - the neighbors  'for raising-their. -Voice)* in his defence.-- --  "I shall never believe the lad guilty  of  taking  that money  and making off  with iti 'until I. am confronted-by ihe  most convincmj������"*probf,''" dectared'the old  blacksmith, .raising his voice, above the  mob  that/had g*iheukd. that .-niehVto,  discius the Viluatibh? "t 'tell yo"I all,* I  do not believe Joe.has-niajle of I, ^king.'  the  company's  money.',^I'^ould' 'stake  aiy heart's blood on his innocence.'-'   ��������� ������.-  -   A loud; ahoarsp roa,rr .of jangry voices-  hurled; bitter worti*Bsckist'hs|n.    $*f:  ^The^ChbHawiTahd^ifn&s Vere gath-*  ering together to adyise^with- theift-an-  grv comrades at������the mines.. _ What, the  casl of it n.U^btild^he5'tiiey;f56uldJoiily'  surmise, and the horrible, t hoarse criea  ofc> vengeance  from*1s{rong'v<meX,8  lips  against Joe Brainard. th^^-M86^.0* .������#  an, strew louder and deeper as the min-  iona otHheilaw] wh6i,had>eenCaent\oufc,.  in all d'il-cctionsicam^bin oft^by^ne, re-\  u poking .that^if AheJ^arth^ragl, suddenly  .    opened and swallowed him, he could not  have   disappeared more    quickly, !*mprey  completely, from view. ^ ^\J %  J?-So great was the excitement in the  village *> thht/idaiffoird .vCarlisIeU-W'asi Stoo  . cv^wg^^een^hi^ 5apMn^mcnt vd^  ttystuig place, though the girl was there  promptly.* at 4Jie ^wmointeds iime, .and  waiteW&fe jm^wmmfiw CW  Sfime to ter f sfie ^dte?|d5Vf she tfad  known where he wifs* stopping she would  h!ave gpjf$ to him, so ^t^Va|;her;atix-  iity concerning  him.    She ^vended. - ner  Wy homeward''with--the"hcavlestyheart:  that had ever beaten in^her bosom.*'In  that ,hout"'!i$rorin^ realized   hiw^Wiuch  hLd^Lrclfffor^MTlis^ wak#ho^  '   vWfthbulJihim lifS'and the vtotld^obld  be a blank.    If ..she were to never see  htm again she 'v^buld not care to live,  barely i.fr had>'*),*not 'gonlf ������<way<wi*Hwut*  having' the answer slie had for him, as  to whether shc���������wpuld accompany .Wm or  o the, other, "will, you tell me of  *you weie Jpekkiqg a$'XL eptered?  t r^U ^birfo^'tSei'e^wj^Kl^wble,  de'athlike^silw'cevin   the*' little,! meagre  room, broken only by the ,ciock ticking  slowly on^hc^-rinantel'-. *   ' ''     <     ���������"-''-.'  Her grandfather was the first to  re-  cover his composure.  '���������Z * .ShtffhadA*a&k^tl '��������������� difect; qu.estiqn, ^ and.  it wb������*d We'lanswered. he' tdld' himself,, rb  he  gulped down the    great   lump that  arose in his throat.  ���������  "Yes,,jcer^nly, _ child " he answered,  tbouilfli; be^iiAned.'avfay'fTbm her as he  uttered thejwords, "we Were speaking  of tfte woman who just 'died y'esterday  ���������Mrs. Barrison, of Barrison Hall."  ' "Is she'reiilly deadf'exclaimed Norine,  forgetting   for  the   moment   the    dark-  eyed  every  for her  was te-day. I had'quite forgotten!:'her.-  , Both h'er grandfather and grandmother sprang to^their feet simnltane-  .ously^lookiiig at her"w;ith-;ho.rEi^ied etfep  that nearly bulged A from thelE'*socket������.  Again it- was Ker grandfather' who put  ,th<*-.horror, of his face into wo������ds: 5  '''- ''What do you knovv^of the woman who  has-justv,diedV\ he������gasped���������and both he  and his good wife s^mk down in; their  seats .again, /trembling like aspen leaves. s  They seemed' ��������� te * scarcely ..breathe, so  intense was their desire to hear what she  would'say.        - _ t  "Every one in* Hadley-has heard oi the  strange aid hermit, who had. not crossed  her own threshold, for long, long years.  I know'ybu ���������will both be surprised when  I ,tell you that" last night I saw her���������I  thought, in 'fact,-that I saved hei*^ life,"  and she went on to,,tell them how she  hud returned home"fbyr������heA,wayt. of Barrison Hall, and'haF stumbled against the  figure lying buried in the snow, and  finding herself, close by a house, had  called' to xthe -''inmates 'to 'Come fcfcq; >her aid.  and-shelter the'poor'soul whom.* sbc had.  discovered freezing in the Btorm. That  they had responded, and when she was  brought into the lighted kitchen she was  discovered to be their"mistfess'j and that  the bitter cold had already done its  ,deadlyvwork upon, her weakened frame;  she was utterly ' paralyzed in speech.  That; she had. left her. thus, faithfully  promising the "old servant who had followed her to the. door that she would  call .-again/on the������ jaorro'w . to ^see how  .'thttir/iJSiJstress t vras.?^ She' ha^.. meant to  gb? bht'the excitement'was sov great in  the'village concerning .Joe Brainard's dis  contains no acids; is hfuuDeas because comwoseil  only of healing gums and balms.   Flftv -vear.* in  PUTNAM'S   PAINLESS  CORfiS EXTRACTOR.  ^Sforine, calmly. "T,et me tell you why  you should rejoice that a fortune has  come to handsome Clifford Carlisle, whom  you have taken su'-h a dislike to, though  he '>bas oievcr harmed  -you in any way  Asm  my     heaii-iii'my.  nbtT  "* -r&].w^"Y\f>ffi k  appear^gac^ (with ..the ^company's  money,  and th'e-'fetfr'o'f a*ftEIhdih'n massacre, that  ajd, thought, of poor, Mrs. Barrison had  "escaped^her' mind. '.'���������"���������������������������        i  - mW.hile������9he_'had,been telling her simple  story th^e eyejs ^f her aged grandparents,  had^b^en fairlyfglued npon";hei^. .When'  Bhe i|hgd\ finished ^tHey. both;, looked at  one* another withAth%t strange, expression*  still^On  their faces,  and. she could  seei  tthat both\were intensely interested. But,  -why. ihfey ^'should he so greatly agitated  puzzled Norine.  ' >ThisTis hll^you^kriow;'.theh?.giri;-'of  Mrs. .garrison, of Barrison^.Hall V.\, her  grandfather /q-jisr^d,, 'h.oajselyT,,;,,, /^.^ x.  i i"That is all," returned Norine, her  fonder] growing-th'atith^y Hqbk suchyan  uhusual interest' hrthe affair.'1 * *-' *��������� #  ������The*i next* words*! that'jfb*oke*jf*romrj her  fgrandfather's hoarse lips quickly turned  Uhe tiditAJofi exqitementoTipbh,fheri-side,-.  ���������'|f"Mrs^Barrison diecL, leaving the whole  iof her-'rorturie to;aIhaifdiioine-8capegr8ii*������,  .who will soon make drakes and ducks of  ;it, I.foncy.i������Y;on.havefseen him, and,may  (,ren}ember.;him? 'Norine;. it is the young  :man whose- 'librae" you shod���������the hand-  iigm0, whit;e-handed ,,dandy, ,.wlw gave  ;.yoii' the" fifty-'dollar,hWe* for-the rjob,  -and .Which I took good <,care ,to hand  JpSSm-Siy bacr-������d him; ������You' certninlir  ������������������remember him." -        ....  'i  "Ye-cs,"    faltered   the'   girl,   and*   It  ."scorned to her thnt the little kitchen was  tled'-her bwn^fotc^ *s **?>;  *��������� -a A^mmm xvn.  ^ "Sto]f girl!" thundered the old man,  springing up from his seat and pacing  the floor rapidly to and fro. "You know  not what you tay, nor do you know my  meaning. You arc befooled like half the  maids in .the village arc by this man's  handsome, '��������� wicked face, as he goes  among them making iove to them.*'  Nor nie looked bewildered for an instant;" there was something in her  grandfaithierVtone that frightened her������������������  it was  so-solemn, so awe-inspiring.  A terribile stiUmeas fell upon the three  standing there, broken only by the sighing'of the wnid oSJtsidie, and the ticking  of tihe c&ock on the mantel.  Norine w*s trying hard to bhank,.as  dbade hea* do. Her  the sweetest, moat  into hea* ea,r as he  had clasped her in his arms, covering h<r  young face Avith passionate kisses,  whope fervency she oould feel even in  thsut moment on her lips; but he had  noe *ev������n once uttered the word marriage that she could recall.  Her old * grandfather saw her hesitancy, and he read anight fchsub bhfc girl  was ������������������too innocent to disoern���������the hand-  make lattle Norine hia wife!  He w#s making love to h������ar n seoret,  simply .to while away dull houire; he had  w<in Tier htart^ and when he was tired  of the'sport he would cast hei off as  rufchlesBily as a child would caat off a  broken toy for a newer, prettier one.  He would laugh and ridie aiway, little  heeding whe-ther or not he left a broken  heart behind Mm.  "You cannot answer me, Norine," he  cried, '*and I realize what your silence  means."  "He will yet aek me to be his wife,"  faltered the"*girl, bravely taking up the  cudgel of defense for her absent lover.  "He has not come to Witat yet, grandpa."  "He wall never come to that!" thun-  dsrsd the qM man. "I teflil you tihat from  a ripe knowledge odf tiw������ world, Norine  and I add this: I thank heaven that I  have found out all this in time, to end  i4 before ha.rm lias bees' done!"  j'Whifct do you mean, grandpa?" sob-  b������i Norine, trembling with apprehension, ,fpr she saw on her grandfa43a������r*a  rtigged, wrinkled face an expression thest  she had nerer saen tfcere before, and his  woTds "end it." tenrified her.  "You will not ask me to give my lover up?" sihe added, vehemei������tly. "CXh,  graaidtra, vou surely could not mean  tha/t?rt  "You ha.Te heard me arighit, cMld," re-  ApKed tJbe old man, huskiily, "you must  never see this handsome, white-handed,  smooth-tongued  arisiotsrat    ^sin.       I  know what 1 am saying.     I "  ���������s'A. low, bitter cry from NtM-ine imter-  rapted hisn. "Ask a/nytibing ejlse of me,  and I wi'l w*t33&n-gry comply, but oh, no*  tbat, grandfather dear. Clifford and. I  bbiih love each other." Would you break  out hearts by cracJly separating ust  You oould not; you are"eo noMe, m>  good:1 You would not, surely.  "Pfead my cause for me, grandma!"  j;sihe* add������d, tearfuJly.  ' 'Suraly you wfll  Xnot  be  hard-hearted;   you have, loved;  rafed when you were young Mice me, ���������tSijnk  What a blank,'what''a"''wreck your life  would Jhave been if you had been eepax-  itiAed from vow lovca*.' Oh, yifcvwould be  .'erucl. imjus*, iidnmnanl"  ���������  I "Your grandfather   must have some  strong .neaiaon to oppose this young man  aa he 'does, ohUld," murmured the dear  Old. iliady in a husky, quivering    voice.  "papend. upon it."  * "I wdlh iw>t listen to such nonsense,"  cried Norine, istormdly. "He has mhnply  ti> prejudice ngainat Mr. Oariiisl1������. Ho  took a.dAatike to him tdie first tdme he'  over saw him���������ay ,aiid even before it. I  ojp*peal to you. grandma, Is that right!  Is it just?"   O  It,was heT grandfather who answered  hor; not angrily, but madly  Ll.t'       h...ld       lilt  ihruiiis .u\u\.  But they only lcspond with a wail."  v'tt^i liience gic-eud Xoi'uii'-, MlieiU-  c;it dtK'lniation, and, looking ln>������,i (���������jc  to the othei, the girl rene.ietd tl. woid,  boltly but defiaully: "I love .Ir. t������r-  lisle, and���������and Mr. CailiMe io\.-s n.t.''  Outside the wind shrieked md uu,,i;ied  through the bare branches of tae tioe->  like a spirit in distress; within the awful silence that had followed Norine's  confessiou wits ominous in its death-like  stillness.  "Tell me you aie not angiy." sobbed  Norine, throwing'herself on her knees  between them, and clasping a hand of  each in her warm, impulsixe. childish  way. "1���������I know that you both intended me to marry Joe, but I could  never have been happy with him. for 1  could never have cared for him. Love  goes where it is sent, no matter what is  planned, so .Mr. Carlisle s>ays, and���������and  it is quite true,"  The two old people turned and looked  at each othei with white, mystified  faces. '  Each read the terrified question in the  other's eye&���������where could this stranger  have told Norine this? Surely not in  ���������J-he first hour that he had met her. Had  he seen her since?  "Norine,"-murmured her grandmother  in a voice which she strove piteously to  steady into a semblance of calmness,  "tell us about this love that has taken  such a hold upon your heart. Hotv many  times have you .seen tliis handsome,  captivating stranger, and where? I ask  you to tell us all, Norine; keep nothing  back from us, dear."  Norine raised her sweet, happy, blushing young face to the old, wrinkled ones  bent over her.  "Clifford asked me not to tell either  Of yov ahoaf jr^ Ie*t���������leat vou would  want to part us; but now that the secret is out, I may as well tell you about  it."  c'It was on the afternoon that he  brought Ladybird to the shop to get  shod that I first saw him, as you know,"  she murmured, ''and 1���������I could not forget the dark eyes, the ringing laugh,  and the handsome face of the stranger���������  the handsomest I had ever beheld."   ���������  She paused a moment, but no answer  came from the* two who were listening  so breathlessly to every word that fell  from her lips. Norine went on slowly:  "It was quite by chance that I saw  him the next afternoon as I was going  to the shop to 'accompany you home,  grandfather. I saw him the next afternoon, and the next," and every day since;  and oh. grandma and grandpa, dear,  those days have changed the whole  course of your little Norine's life, and  this love that has come to me has glorified my existence, and "  The old grandmother held up her  wrinkled hand with a gesture commanding Silases.  You have dons wrong in meeting this  stranger thus, Norine," she cried, trena- '  ulously, "and as-for him,-the man committed a dastardly wrong in taking  advantage, as he has done, of an innocent girl, scarcely more than a child,  in asking her to meet him again and  again, and to keep it a secret from har  people. I have not seen him, Norine, but,  despite his handsome face and fine ways,  as you describe him, I vesture to say  that hs is no gentleman."  (To be 'continued.)  -    -"j V   *   ������������������       ���������*��������������������� ~-iX   i       '  T*r-*������ *���������        "������"* "S -.9  Ilireateaed FaraiysisI  Tells flow a Bad Case May  be Detected and Cured.  ���������'Before f left Scotland."' writes William Maconochie. of Glcmale P. 0.. "my  health had suffered. The strain of moving and beginning life in a new country  is very taxing to one concerned with a  youmi family. After I came out my  friends noticed.a slight thickness, as they  call it. in my speech. I might not have  noticed this* but for my anxiety over a  diagging sensation in my left limb and  a slight confusion in thinking. No doctor was near and I just followed an advertisement and sent for six boxes of  Ferrozone. It must have done me a lot  of good from the first. T was busy seeding and forirot my troubles, most of the  time. This simply proves the curative  power of Ferrozone. I continued to use  it and before the snow flew I was a  well, hearty, vigorous man���������no sign of  weakness or illness about me. When I  consider that I had been on the verge of  paralysis, you can see that I fully realize the health-bringing power of Feiro-  /.one."  If you have a weak spot anywhere���������  if you experience occasional pains and  twinges or rheumatism���������if you feel  worn out and lack desire to work���������  these are the surest indications your  system needs Ferrozone���������try it. one or  two tablets at meal time; 50c per box,  six for $2.50. all dealers, or the Catarrhozone Co., Kingston, Canada.  - ���������*������������       - ��������� ���������  ITALY'S   NEW   LEASE   OF   LIFE.  ���������nrtr^'TB.'S.  wvna  & V JUI0A.L* JU     MX AJJ3U.Tf������.M������inr>  Her Commace and   influence  in  the  Nea**  East Growing  Fast.  Perhaps it is not generally known how  remarkably Italy's commerce in the near  east has grown within reeent years. In  1900 her exports to Turkey were valued  at about $7,500,000, and her imports  from the same country at about $5,000,-  000. Four years later exports had nearly doubled and imports had increased by  $2,500,000. i    *id  This development of comerce along  the routes once dominated by ihe Venetian republic is said to be due in large  part to the initiative of the present King  and according to the Atlantic Monthly  has brought with it renewed prosperity  to the ancient and glorious commercial  city.  Nor is the eastward activity confined  to trade and industry. It is well known  .that many inhabitants of the Dalmatian  coast, though Austrian subjects, are Italian in race, language and sympathies.  , "Powerful unofficial organisa/tions, like  the Dante Society, are busily promoting  the Italian language and culture  throughout the rejuvenated Turkish empire. It is even asserted that in consequence of improved relations between  Quirinal and Vatican religions .orders, especially the Franciscans, have eagerly  taken up this Italian propaganda.  THE DARK DAYS Of  STOMACH TROUBLE  father called,  .. aristocrat, hiii  f As Norino. walked nn tho little ..path | haunt her. ������nf}l ,,,,    ,..^ ,  tp'h<*-b*bttl& "Yes, she hiis ���������.���������lift* fciWdoll'ar ofthe  A.-'jfj-.ee that her old3-.g-fjfS-^dparents always   Rrahdiftineiy. ho>viUtfiy:*���������^hu'i'*_.���������' xvor������r,o  yexpoete'd.i'tbV.He^  effort, for hot Bcein^ her. Jovpr had made  as aiStpnMA'her Wpmy>; \v : *<y ;,������������������'���������" cWWNorbiftj���������JlehtkwtiafrWwily^v^'pfti-.  f A4tWoAbbter'e4 the' db6*,'bf tW; old   jfoi'flet what.a fttrango, mo-rbld woman bIio  "     '  " " "     jn������������t have boon;.on]hearing ofithatfRraafc,)  kitchen,  whom^tho;  (itt, r was it only  hftni'fb'oth say*, yy  ffrney, or did :plic; hear- th.-.m-lboth i  (what conid iM&mxmr^art;-41?  inost stopped beating*- 'Had hor ho'nd-  sbmi** plover, com O't to tha, cottage dpbji,  do8pi&A liW nilBglVliuiB''>ail4o HEn'o < (33:  co*me;'h-LM!hj*M  hw during her abscncoT   Yes, ltTmuBt  hoblo act. But how did you know about  it, grandpa?" she cried, excitedly. A '  ' "I-sftV it calls for the vengeance of  Hcav(*)h? .qrlpa the ol\lvm^  tablo������vt)y>ith ta^:(?JifeWv������,.a*hd  paying no hwl to tlm pirl'n wordfl.  *l*''"DanloV tiohioi; virt'y hiisbdnd, the past   .-_,-_ ---.-   .-_--,. ' .l&yiM-tr.^  bo that,   whnt also*Wonhl thoy plan'W* not, bninit- you hoped nnd .brayed. .;Bnt,  ������MheVtty%lUW������b^^ fell,)'Wn >V1|1 diwnoHfUi<v;ranter**,  harv . A   T������' A^trflilr^timc^y^ilH-i \v.tfo4t^i_rM*,t*_y*iKl^ rqolc-  '���������wShb did jiiBt'what any* ono^vlmJinewil'fpir Mgnlficnntly at'Novlue. ' ������> "������������������>.; ;;  litir would havooxboatlOTof horJCv''iSi*kott<i ilrTho wiiito-Iiahdoibarletocrnt ehall'-give'  i  ^*rfi-i^  '���������'Wwlll |l*iytmjowky  L?!lo(o������ ot o������*o( thon* bain* ���������(;  . . ���������;������������������������������������- >������������������' ,  A-Wl  'U*.ipliofo* At on������6( Choi* b'aA.i|  ffiykat������A' rtmtity  'mmmmv���������^i.' *������rlM(>������r������blnoi1| antKirh,  /.-'//.;��������� .x  t  ��������� -WhlQliar*lo ffV������ _^**/m������ pni*hM������r-ii0t  |4ii* l^llls ai  ������V0d orj������t  iMI-WMoIlAi'*!  il!'.Tho v  it nt������ MjIM" righttuMiwnc^jthPvgh ,1 have  $' BttftoMh,iejja; .to, c.co, tri^o ;iAnfl low-  fill jUHt^pysfttlsfioil,'.'  ���������-;   y. *', ;  ;,5A'.tinrPlblia cry from N6rlno'������i)llpsieauticd  mimmmmmmmmmmmm^kmtmmmmmmMi ������ipm,bpth toXftqk juddtinly.tip nt her....,.  cry from Noriho'������,,Hps  SiSfmM ,.b������foro itbfin .with  bownm  ������^as  M-mw^mmef,* w  HhV  tsari.  tl-Ay,���������ny, ,lafl������������" hQ;,t)xM<i> "lio, oomes  b-Jlxv'ttcn-���������*���������". "* *  'i\--,f.  ���������:;',, -./y ,     ,(  4fo'did not fini������li,tho wm't^nep' for bin  "injifo suddenly oronflcd. to his  hUIo and  laid Jror ,wrJrtjkl������d������o|4^',Jpn4''Wf*.;iihl������,^lp������.;  nrfmom;M)h)B'< him' teattulfy^Vo^ *������hValn-  !������ircnt, ...      y        ',-,-"'   ������������������'.'A* ' "���������    '*  fiijthfurhftilit 'nwny, ''thnt: T wlU������not.   T^  IbIiIiiiII hnvo my ������ny,   I liavoth������pt myponoo"  t.^f lonp.^**f liop*<d ngainst hbpti'thnt the  'Hint .tning.iwould.bn "lnmy,thut^Juiiitios  ;>vJidiTYul^.'pri.luJn-)iil'nAAf "'  Now  r svliMi the  1 mu������t cry out  f jtbiit hour came ���������   .. ..  Iniforo IT*** wholo, worhl. nijd .wrpnt. th*   t'i^ltfatfj%fr-t hhHi'fivW&W PhH,^Am^>'  1&SJSSli������SS*"*w%m���������^MV^mwmmtMjffmu������j*-w������o ^<*m������������| ^wtTAiS'i.oiv������ ������i������nov4 whvr"*  ffit4i^*flt_illi������;iii^^ t,l,������   hamlHnni������,   villnlnoui  lfe������<iaiig^ ^yoii au mod, grandpn," ..oxolalmM  prove to ,yfi  man is a llbert^he and AfgWnbler, would  you- oeuuuo cardng-.'.ifor, h-Shil'^AA  ; "Mr. Oliffond', OarKsile is jwrfther one  nor tho othwAp-^'d-pn,!''As"i������ cried, bit-  t^riy, "a.nd( in.yonrAheart you kno\v it.  "you nwgivtA invent uHAthe Wuh - yon  plonsied aibou^;Mm',]-\ahid'~T-ttnd; I rIiiouH  srtdll bcliew, .trust -him, and 1oy������ him, if  poflisiiblc, even the inoro, fondily, because  of tiho abiiflC: piledA up^'A his innocent  hcWdi, lidefy you*to part us, do or say  .wmi. yon vv*W."-i :'.-  '....'"Khough, .Noriivei".y ori������l Aher grand-  fa-Ukori fu'ribiisily. "God tortfve you for  i������ottifig up youi;, authority iigftinwt miinio.  You mmM never rco itihlo r^t^Ona again���������  I swear it; I slinll sen tlwvt you never  .meet him nguin, that he..-winy put moro  . ���������n^-tt^^^li.rto your head; if I ��������� liiave to  ���������Jobk-yon.-i'h y^ur own room and Uceip  'yaii tiiieer umt4*: ho has left HadJcy."  ���������'Without voplylng Iforine picked up  hor eiiiidln* nml lc.fi. tho' voo'ift. A  "���������-tt Svn������ tlieilirst.fiimiV In luw young IIf*  t/lmt filio mlasctl kla-sing the nged grand-  ;flibfjK*t . and grandsnotlicr good-night,  ITIioy-.bpiLh .I^t'.lt keenly, l'oi' "Houru the  'old dbilijilo' tout by the kitahen thv dis*  o\i9*ing tJifl future*. A , and what action  itihoy should'tako to part,Nbiino and tho  hiuwlAonw lovw who ha<V bo,, completely  eAptiiwiil thfl fflrJ'ft heart. '  "It H falsol" oriod. Norino, hotly,,  Hpririglng at onco to her abivont lovers'  dofense. "Clifford Cariiulo is too truo,  tpo noble, a gentleman to ������p^������k of���������of  lovo to biit onn girl���������lmir to whom IiIh  heart hns Rono out in a groat, pintf-ion-  ni'c, Houl-ahflorblivg lovo, I kiiow thin.  T havo1 that iiHSiiranco front bin own  dear Hpi-.',,'..  "LJftti!������n,"grandpa hriidy'grandmn,' tn a  iMicrct'I havo kept from yoh ������*v*r ulnco  the hour when I shot! Mr. OhiIIiId'h  ho-rfts.,. Ho loves mo, and, I���������your littlo  Norino���������lovo liim.*'  CHATTER XVIII.'  "I am tlrod, and that old, old norm**  ywcopu down tho. owl of my uoul,  As a  turhiilftnt  river  iiil#ht   Niidtbnly  br<*r������l?  Away from ahank'n enntrol,  H���������baaroth a,wreck.,on.its 1 worn.  A wreck with a- ������iiui\-w*������JU  m\%  COST  OF SMALL  CONCRETE  The use of concrete for small buildings  presents a vast field for operation. Its  use for larger buildings has proven its  efficiency, and is attracting the attention of men interested in the building of  homes. The question of cost is naturally  of great Importance to such men. Frame  construction is of such a character that  its -cost has a considerable range, depending on the manner in which il is  put up, but a first-class frame houae  will coat more than concrete.  Brick construction will cost for a 13-  inch wall from 30 cents to 50 cents por  square foot of wall, and a 0-inch wall  wilfcosc from 25 cents to .15 cents per  square foot of wall. To these figures  must be added, for the finished wall,  oost of furring, lathing nnd two brown  or scratch coats of plaster and" the white  coat.  Hollow tile construction, which hasnn  advantage over brick, by reason of its  airly space, averages about the cost of  brJ������5k or a trifle under. A  Thecost of block constructlonis from  18 eentfl to 35 cents per riquiire foot of  wall, haying a tricknoss of 8 to 12  inches, inclusive. For the finished wall  and the cost of the white finish coat,  which' is put ridectly on the concrete,  thusysaving the cost of lurriiig, lathing  und plaster. ..-, ,���������AyA'A'.-y^.y'AA  A hollow, reinforocd conoi-eto wall ^ will  cost from 15 cents to 25 ceiits pi������rsquare  foot of wall, plus the finish coat.  A 6-inch wnll, with furring, hi thing or  metal sheathing, will cbHt ill cents to 18  cents, per square foot for tho concrete,  phiB tho furring, lathing ands plaster.  Two-inch partitions will coat .16 cents  to 20 cents por square foot of concreto  flooro, and coat from 25 tn 40 ;per"'eririiv  more. ��������� tliaii wooden joist construction  voomB, but little moro thiui wooden  tthlllglc*.       ���������* ;     ���������  J*i'6p6rly oouBlructod, nristicaily flu-  IhIuk.1 coiutrcto Iioiiich will, lii tho writer's*  opinion, find,,ready acc'iptanco whon it  in reallrwd tliat thoy arc permanent, fireproof, and can.bo erw-usd at. ino-lcrato  ooHt.���������Tho Architect  nnd Ktinih'nei'.  ' IIOPK SO.. '���������  ("Piiclf.)  Uncle Honry���������Tlio way tlicso corpora*  tionu have been robbing tho people la  just liko tnking ciiinly from a baby.  tJnclu Kara���������Yet*, nnd maybe1 thoy will  f-ot spanked for it, 'too, if tha baby hob  P!      '*       " "  Theii*   Number   Has' Advanced   From  \fi*v vu oiAiy-iuur iii asven Years.  "Xo tv.rbin; rtcamcr has been' to-fired  into port and no bailing- schedule isa  been upw>t by failure thus far."   '  This tribute to turbines was given at  the recent meeting of mechanical engineers at Liverpool. There are now sixty-  four turbine steamers in the merchant  sen-ice of 603,200 horse-power; this is  up to December, 1908. In X3QH $h&*Q was  but one such steamer of 3,500 horsepower.  In discussing the advance in marine  engineering the speaker's declared that  "very little is known, about propellers.  The improved results with the groat  Cnnarders, which at first'Vere-in ������  sense failures in regard to required  spec-d, have been got by varying the  propellers. This reminds one of "the  steamships Xris and MeTcwrf in ^ 1878.  when huge improvements were made'by  changing the propellers. i  "Boilers have not changed much except that they are built of larger platea  with fewer -rivets. The largest plate  rolled measures 42 feet by 9 feet "6  inchs by 1% inch thick. It weighs nearly 11 tons and is in the boiler of a  Liverpool tugboat, the Knight. Errant.  "The lower pressure possible with  turbines has meant a saving of 120 tons  in boilers alone in the great Cunarders,  at. compared with what would have been  required   for  reciprocating  work.  "Marine work is backward in the  moving and firing of coal. Liquid fuel  of course gets over all such, difficulties,  and suggests that if coal could be bunkered in the form of fine dtfst and burned in that form it might be possible to  arrange some mechanical means of con-  vcyin? it to the  ������u*^������������se.  "Liquid fuel is practicaaly equal to  double its weight of coal, yet occupies  less- spafce. There are no dirty fires with  liquid fuel; a ship is better kept to  speed. Fewer hands are needed, fuel can  be carried in tke double bottom, and the  ship trimmed by sea water as the fuel  is burned, and fuel can always be used  so as to avoid a list. Bunkering is then  a mere matter of pympjng���������a feature  which travellers on long voyages would  appreciate.  "East of Suez liquid fuel is cheaper  than coal. With liquid fuel applied to  the Lusitania there would be twenty-  seven firemen instead of 312, room fox  200 more passengers and 5,000 tons of  cargo, so that it should be worth ������7,-  000 a voyage.   *>������   ..    ���������  To  Get Rid of Double Chin.  Flabbiness about the cheeks is superfluous, expressionless animal fat, due to  malnutrition, provoked by a disorganized  nervous system. The bands or ribbons  of fat, can be tightened up .into .muscle  by local exercise. tSiat is, bending the  bead in as many directions as~ the anatomy will ailow.  To arrest further deposit of .this disfiguring tissue the anti-fat treatment is  prescribed, which excludes or reduces the  supply of foods containing sugar and  starch, and includes systematic exercise,  temperance iii' eating and drinking,' and  absorbing occupation. As the -nerve-force  is small, .the system needs nerve foods  iu t>,3 shape of light tonics ' and a  dietary- that"1 yields sufficient.;.nourish-  ment withoiA' overheating the blood or  overtaxing the "stomach.  A cool, clean atmosphere, with i abundant sfresh air day and night,-tp c]ean*-e  and invigorate the tlungs j ��������� water in  quantity for internal "and 'external use,  to free the skin of its impurities, are  indispensable, Besidk*e,������ headi .exercise,  a little alum, alcohol or benzoiine used  In the water will tend ,to tighten the  skin, and Hea salt Or.'Epsom salts will  neutralize some of the oil below it.���������  Family Doctor.  -������������������������������  Obstinate   Indigestion  Can Be  Cured By a Fair Use of Dr.  Williams' Pink, Pills.  .  No trouble causes more widespread'  suffering and discomfort than .indigesT  tion. The ailment takes various forms.  Some victims are ravenous for food;  others turn sick and faint at the tight  ot niealpj but as a rule every meal is  followed by intense pains in ,the chest,  heartburn, sick headache, dizziness and  shortness of breath. Indigestion assumes  an obstinate form because ordinary lYicdi-  cines only subdue its sympt'oms-i-but do  not cure. So-called pre-digestcd foods  only make the digestion more sluggish,  and ultimately make the trouble take a  chronic form.  Dr. Williams' Pink l*ill*s cure indigestion because they go right to tho root  of the trouble. '1 hey make new, lit'll  blood that invigorates weakened oigaiib,  thus strengthening the digestive system  uo that the dtcAnuch docs its own work.  That ii) the Dr. Williams' way���������the rational way���������to cure indigestion nnJl the  ailments that arise from it. This has  been proved time after time in the published cures wrought by Dr. Williams'  rink Pills. Miss Blanche Wallace, Dart-,  month, N. S., says: "I suffered .greatly  with my head and stomach, and often  tool-hunting spells. 1 could'not,retnin  nnythihg on my stomach and w'hileAl  naturally craved food 'I'.really .dreaded  mealtime, .with .tha puin and .discomfort  that followed. I tried a number of  reinedicf, Imt got no relief. My nioUior  was using Dr. Williams' I'ink Pills,������at  the timo with so much benefit.thnt ihhe  induced me to try them. Thore&ult  was that noon the trouble had pntnied  away, and I have since enjoyed the  bent'of,--health."  Dr. .'Williams' Pink Pills aro eohl by  all medicine doalcrs,, or will be sfnt by  mail at'BO cents a box or *lx boxes for  ���������Jfi.BO by writing The Dr. Willinm-*' .Mcdl-  cine Co.,���������-llrockvlllp, Out.  y       . .'.'     * ������������'.i!.'i.  -ii���������i  A   Billion   Dollars.  Suppose Homo kind of a land of gohhrn  Hand's,"should offer yniin billion pnper  dollars if you would count thom?   Vou  would .������������������������>��������� to work as though your ufc i perijnaths Household Remedy  doncml-sd   on   yojir  R-pcod, counting for f ' *.";.*"-    ������ "?._ " "_"   /C,"^;  _l.^.*^   4,,'nivn   imi,I'll  Job's  Precocity.  A minister, so often tho lone man oi **  various church gatherings, is ' sometimes placed in positions that try' hit  patience ,aH well as liis tqct. Dr. John  Kelman ,a noted Edinburgh divine who  has mscntly visited this country, is credited with a clover evasion in lust such  an embarrassing position. Following a  cerluin missionary meeting of the ladiei  of his parish several of themi had .fallen into a moro or loss heatod discussion of the precocious attainments ol  their nevernl Honn\  One good lady declared that hor eldest had mastered his alphabet at ' the  unusual ago of 4 months. Another maintained lier child's superiority from th������  fact that ho had been able to read  Caesar's "Gallic War" with cade when "  only. 8, A third called ujion the rover-  end gentleman to attest tho ,foat of hei  youngest boh in repeating the twenty.'  third ,.Psalm .when but 2 years.old si  the htont exceptional prodigy of tnem  all. !  "Weel, ladies," said tho dootor, h-ti',  tnting  ond smiling,  ������������������ 'tin am*  UW,tiu  bnntin' tho facke when tho Good BodiV-  tells un beyond a' doubt that iMaitta.' .-'  Job ontBtrippcd thom a' by, curain' th������ fc  day ho was born."~Yo*uth'B Companion^ y  HER WEIGHT INCREASED    v  FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS.  Wonderful Praise Accorded  ler������ loud enough.  I  CURE  ia ru safe u it ia effective,  antecd to contain no  very pHiaiabio iou���������wititui^u u*.n ���������;.  AU Dtnaots*** 30 C*nl������  Mww  >������gigiirntn;iry;Wirr^-.^------^^^-^-���������  :tivo,   Gunr- li  opiates.   It ia i  !.{i.i-.��������� vi...%   I  I  m0  nliout tvrcWe. hours a.dity? Uow foollflh  that would bol You had better-thank  him with as Hood a grace at- posMhlo  nnd go to spmo country wliorf moni-y  id  not Ro 'plentiful,  '  A billion Js. a.mllllon tlm**i a, million.'  Ity atrict application you! might count  200 bills a inlnuto, hnd, lifter practice',  leiirn,: to keep up that rate: or is-peed,  Tliat would give you $12,000 au hour,,  .-���������������������������JSfyOOO a dny (21 hourh) or $105,1(10,000  iu ii year. ���������       ,        ���������  , Had Adam at the beginning f*f hi������ existence begun to count, and counted  night nud day, ho would not yet have  finUhod IiIh billion, To count a,billion  dbllnr I)IIIk would reqnho a pernon t<y  'lount '200 a minute for n period OfO^lZ-  V'-un*., !M2 (hiy������, ft hourh und 20 in'nutoH,  pvnvidi'il hn mIhiiiIiI count cinillliiinuidy  niplit nnd day. A  3)nt Jf, wJilli: nltemptltig fr> nvnll yoiif-  nolf.Of thU bounty of the king of tlio  lnnd of golden mimU'you ahnuld allow  youmi'lf 12 bourn for (deep, rent, ami  ti  rtmnx, *���������" uviiiii  u, i.i, .ioiiiii your !"!!!!',������*;i yon w������,nM  1need"lH,02ft yenrH, ,110 dny-, 10  hoiiira  Mrn.' Maria   Goortz, Orionta, Oklo*'  homatwrltoB:  '{My husband, tkildren and mynelJ  havo UHod _>ont modlclnoB, and wo al*'  ways keep them in tho hbneo In cone oi  nocesfllty. I vpaff roatorod, to honlth by  this mcdlclno, and Dr, "CJCartman-a in-  valnablo advico and boolta.' ' People ail*  about mo from^lfforoht ploooa, and ar������  surprisqil that X o*i.ido albof niy hpuoo*  work ,������lonO| and that 1 wau curod by tb|  doctor of chronic catarrh'. My hnaband  wnB curod of oathma, my^daughtor o\  caracho and catarrh of the atoinach������ and  my son of catarrh of tho throat.' Whoft :  I -.van nick I wolghotl 300 pbiindi* j .now I ���������  ���������wolghHO. ').   ',,'���������'' ';���������'������������������  "1 havo rogalnnd my hoalth agalnf and  I citnnol thank you ohongli for yohn  advloo, May God Rlvo you a long llf  ftfld b!ct*t* y������������r worki"   ���������������������������.<.  - ....    -������������������������������      ...  Tommy ���������Pop,  why i������ ��������� .VuKticc ������*p*  reie.n1fil nn lieing bllndfohlwU Tommy*!  Pen���������lt mny bo, my, ion, ,l*f ���������*���������*���������������(*���������* then^  n'tirc time* when uho in aKiin'.ncd lo hn������������,-  hfwlf in tin* face.      - ��������� m  TKEJ   CRESTON REVIEW  TO15 ^ ^MADIAM B ANK  HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO  ESTABLISHED  1867  B. E. WALKER, President  A1BXAHDEE LAIED, General Manner  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Reserve Fund,  -   6,000,000  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England  M.OF-JEY ������IDE   IVS\.    I  ISSUED AT THE   FOLLOWiNU  RATES:  $5 and under .���������'���������'���������  Over $5 and not exceeding $10      ������   $10        " "��������� $30   ......  "   $30        " " $50    Wild Rose Lodge No. "39  KNIGHTS  OF  PYTHIAS  Crpston, B. C.  Meets evyry o:hur Monday from June 20  to October 4 at 8  p.m. iu Speers' Kali.  Geo. Brodorick, O. 0.  E. Jehsoii, K. of R. & S.  H. S. Boviin, M. of If.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  J"   ."n'n'.U*  .very Man s u ms  ������ rao������  3 cents  6 cents  10 cents  15 cents  These Orders are payable nt par at every office of a Chartered Bank in Gaftasa'  (except in the Yukon) and at the principal banking- points in the United States. They  are negotiable at $4.90 to the ������ sterling- iii Great Britain and Ireland.  BtXii 1  "They form an excellent method of remitting;  small sums of money with safety  1 at small cost, and may be obtained without delay. 1*1  A.    C.   BOWNESS  Wholesale "Wine and Spirit  Merchant  ' Cranbrook  B.C,  arness Keoainn  B       ���������  Is a Speciality  at" the  HARNESS STORE ONL Y  DON'T BE FOOLED, Get your Harness Repaired at the place,  Where Your Needs are uaderstodd  CARVER'S HARNESS STORE  J  opposite McCreath's jsam  PERCY B. FOWLER, MANAGER ORESTON BKANCH  ���������51  The Creston  'Ttevielti  Published every   Friday at Creston, British Columbia, by the Crestou Publishing Co., at their office, Fleet Street, Creston.  a 1 ^|UasBj- ������*������ era _-<S   illggA ^'I'llila  UoaiUSiO  J. K. Jokssos   -   Manager.  Ralph G. Scruton  Editor.  Subscription, $2.00 a year, in advance.  80-Day Notices, ������5; 60, ������7.50; 90, ������10  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of tho Creston valley, circulating in over one thousand homes throughout-, the Creston district. Our  columns are open to correspondents on live questions of local interest. ^ Contributions must be brief, written on one side of the papur only and signed, ..not  necessarilv for publication, but as evidence of good faith. We invito support  in our endeavours to increase the usefulness of the Review by bringing m your  advertisements, subscriptions and news. Complaints from subscribers as to  non-receipt of paper-will be promptly attended to. Address all communications to the editor.  *  3  '������IH������iHI|PI������llll.������lll  <g-Mi_-ifl-rtitifl^iei-_/4ttu^ifihi*ft  I Creston Drug& Book Go.  Creston Hotel!  FISH AND GAME ARE ASSETS  j very fact of an obviously working man j  j having -a five-pound note iu his  possess--j  It is an encouraging evidence of the  A !  j ion in England was of it soli' a. suspicion** |  broad views of the residents of this dis-  j circumstance.    He was nutted but not  I beaten, and like a "true" Britisher stuck  trict that thev have formed a Fish and !,.-������������������ ', ,   ,  _,. " to his guns,  and we wenat-a our way  Gome Protective Association.    It is a! ' ,     ,      ������������������ -     ,  1 to tlie nearest bank.    1 virv not only re-:  proof that all their energies are not-em-$    ���������   y        . ,, ��������� . ._.���������'.  I fused to give sola for notes, but smfied  ploved in clearing land or making mon->      ,..,     ",    "', .. ���������        T ^  I  The Leading  Hotel of zbe  Fruit  the  OU will make no mistake  when you get ������i? the train  if you sign the register at  Creston Hotel.      Travelling  ey. The rapid settlement of the North I  American continent is daily liinitin jr the?  areas in which game can. be found.   But������  audibly when ho pre:  national checks.    The  agents for these,  i were the Bank  u<l  ���������*We.  lOt  } handle them A'    By this time the matter  are  natural preserves in which the  native  fauna may thrive for centuries if proper {  precautions are taken for its protection.  Fish and game are natural assets of  this district and the destruction of them  out. of season is a suicidal policy. It is  literally hilling the goose that lays the  golden egg. The Indians will be stopped  killing deer in the spring and quail ond  capercailzies will be introduced.  Good hunting and shooting is a great  attraction for a certain class of settlers  with money who are also sportsmen.  Let us all join the Association and  register our names with Mr. Okell, the  Honorary Secretary.  WHOLESALE WINES, LIQUORS  J8>j&jcs>jd}j& AND CIGARS g^ss^g^s&jsj**.  Our  Guests  ������ Call c4gssn  I  men -will substantiate this.   We  study the comfort of our guests.  Beit 1 'j'he rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Roomsf reserved by Telegraph.  Headquarters ior Mining Men,  Lumberman, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  r  Moran & cMead ~ - Props.  ENGLAND'S OBSOLETE CUSTOMS  Thero wore two of us. "Wo had landed that day in Liverpool from the big  Canadian liner, after travelling across  prairie and ocean from the great Alberta  oity within sight of the foothills of tho  Rookies. My friend wns a carpenter,  who, 'driven out of England by lack ot  omployment, had found an opon field for  his skill in tho rapidly growing towns of  tho West. Wo both had money. Inter,  national checks and Bank of England  notes, the savings of two steady years \  in Calgary, roposed in tho well filled  wnd of tho onco downhearted unem-  ployed, and a good big order on the U.  S. Express Co. made a pleasant wrinkle  in my pockot book.  "Wo spent our last American small  chango ou board and mado our piuuge  nmong the business men o������ Liverpool,  ���������irmed fully as we thought with Inter-  national money and England's crisp  promises to pay.  Tho htonjs woro largo and inviting.  "We Hpeedily saw in'.tho window**, of an  hnpoaing establishment articles which  \r* fancied. Brimful of happiness and  to blissful ignorance of what was bofore  us, we both walked into tho shop. My  jfriond pure-mined a pipe and tobncco,{nnd  milling with undisguised udmiratiou ut  iho protty girl behind tho counter, throw  clown a five-pound noto, frefrii aud crisp  nn ho hnd it from tho Bank of Montreal,  to pay the bill; und thou tho troublo be-  Kan. After cnrofully examining sruuo,  who glanced nt tlio purchm-er's nomewhat  rough dreKH and iln-n calh'd in tlio did of  iu'O olhi-r .-.ud older ���������-al'-'-.p'.-r.ple, ono of  \v hoin ftppoaivd to bo a sort of bos--. Tho  noto wa������ ("oi-utinizod nnd dooliucd. My  "rkrnd wan indignant; tho way In whioh  im "roamed" tlio "crn-zy 011 tilt" wan  ���������omcthini* to bo roinonilMjrod; but lu*  had to bunv.ndor hin purchaiso mid loavo  with hiH rnoiu-y Htill intact. Tha thing  Mwrnod to bo v'ry nmuHlng from my  ���������j.oiut of vicv, anil 1 i-xplnirK-d to hirn iih  I was getting interesting, and as my friend  was dumbfounded, 1 chipped in.    "Yes  j but what al*ont Bank of England notes,  surely you handle them ?   The back ot  the counter was filled with, officials wear-:  ing that supercilious air which, seems to  be tae chief stock-in-trade of bank clerks  here, and the gold-laced attendant was  suggestively fingering a police whistle.  "No,   Sir,   we   don't handle them."  "But,'-' I interrupted,  "these are Bank  of England notesA   I have cashed such  notes iu distant parts of the world where  the Bank of England is a mere name."  In Beira or Zanzibar the Bank of England is a name to conjure with and dusky money changers,   assembled in an  ancient slave market, will readily give  you cash for England's paper.   Here in  England it is apparently possible for a  man with money of tho country in his  pocket to walk the streets unable to get  food or buy from so-called business people.   How do you account for this ?   By  this time a manager of some importance  had appeared on the scene, and on the  question boiug put again to him, he replied in that freezing English manner,  wliich is one of the chief assets of England's foreign commercial rivals, "It is  not customary."  The secret was out at last and in the  face of such an argument there was nothing for it but to admit defeat. What  argument, backed up by reasons of business or convenience could hope to make  headway against this last word of the  British business mon: "It is upfc cur*Loni-  ary."  It dawned on mo that tho matter wns  becoming more than a -joko. Hastily wo  went to the oilico of tho Express Co.,  where, to my intense relief, I got good  English gold iu exchange for my order,  The snappy way iu whioh I. said "gold"  in answer to tho query "Gold or notes?"  caused the clerk to look for tho last time  nt my order. Together wo dined and  then again sot off iu soorch of banks or  businesi* mon who would assist to solve  my frioud's diulcultio** by rolioving him  of his surplus money. At ono bank wo  woro informed thoy only did suoh bhingR  for customers. I suggostod my frlond  should opon an ncnounl,, whioh ho was  anxious to do, nnd thus got rid, of his  uunogotiahlo bank notes; but alas, I had  not nllowod for tlio iigilonoss of tho Britisher when hob; looking for oxonsos for  refusing businnss. "Wo do not open  accounts oxoopt wo have introduofctOHS."  My suggestion ilial, v/o wait until my  friend cabled to his boarding houso in1  Oalgary for his pi-digvoo, whioh, owing  to nn unfortunate oversight, ho hid loft  behind on top of the piano, did not moot  with any sysupnthy from tlio ciii-nfiil  liotilir. Tho fact thnt, unlike Mr. 1). H.  Winiloll, wo did not como in a oab, was  Hrooinn    k f:  WIUWIUSI*       UlVl  Up=to=date Goods Arriving Daily  - If it is either, we can supply you at Right Prices.  A trial will convince you.    Call and exainine.  Any special orders through ns,  You will be treated right.  \A_  The Cteston, Hantaan: and Furniture Co.  n* vram*. sv * r* is < wi bii a > mb my r rre stars e n y i  We are Agents for McLaughlin  Democrats, Buggies, Wagons, eic.  You Save Money by consulting us before  {   Buying Elsewhere.       EssyTerms  d. MCL>������K������Z,/i 1 n  CRESTON  CSS9  NELSON LAND BISTaiCT^-District of  West Kootenuy.  Take Notlde that 1. Samuel Hatfield, barber, of Creston, B.C., Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:  ' (Jomrnencirig at. n posij. planted at tlie south--  ������������Bt corner of hot. 7717, thence south 40 chains/  thence west '10 chains, thence north 4u chains,  thence east '10 chains, to point of cornmence-  roent, containing ioo acres, more or less.  Jan. 17,1010. SAMUEIj HATFIKLB,  per G. A. 1.AUB1E, Agent.  NELSON  LAN J J DISTRICT���������District of  West Kootenay,  Tako   notice that   J. K. Johnson,   pub-  Usher, of Creston,    intends   to   apply   for  permission topui-ehriNoUio f011ow.ng(losurlb>  edlands:  Conimene.InK nt, a post<10 chains cast and 12  chains south of the south east corner of Lot  7717, tlionco south 80 chains, tlionco weBt 40  chains, thenco north 80 chains, thence east 10  chains to polntof eommencomont.coiitaiuing  320 acres more or loss, '���������  .TOHJCm K IKK PATRICK .TOHNSON  Jan. 1,1010 ' ���������     po* G. A. Laurlo, Agont  NELSON; LAND I) I STRICT���������District  of  West Kootoiiay .  Take notice Hint H, M. Laurie, of CreBton,  married woman, intends to apply lor nor-  iiilssloii to puvehiise tlio following described  luntlfi *  OomineiuiliiK "1 a post plantod 40 oIiiiHih  cast, and in elmiiiH smith of tho sou Ih east  eornor of Lot 7717, tliuiieo south 80 chiins,  tlionco wi'sl.40 Hint ns, tlionco north SO clmlns,  tlionco enstlii cluiliiH toplneo ofcoinnioiice-  mont. ooiitnliilnu :i20 i^'res iiirii-ii or loss.  HAJtAll "MH.LAN LAllIUK  .Inn. 1,1910 Per G. A. Laurlii, nj-ont  CRANBROOK - B. C.  The  Funeral Director  I  A. MIRABELU  THE    CRESTON   8HOKMAKBVB  Best WorksnandhSp  Boots aad Shoes SBad������ to Order  A SpeoUOlty  Adlard & Wisler  House and  Sign Painters  Kalsomimng and  Waperhciriging  VICTORIA STREET,  CRESTON     -     B.C.  Fine Cigars and  Cigarettes  ALWAYS ON HAND.  Pool Room, Billiards  - and -  Barber Shop  BATHS  Both Hot and Cold  Ai ihe , *  Tonsoriat Parlor, Fourth Sb-\  The Greston  Barber  Sap, Johnnie, c*n you UU  me Ttohere I am hire * Good  Saddle Pony?  Sure!  Tty the  CRESTON  LIVERY  Xt's the *K<&m*>iivnr.  t-"ir*     TT      C* ���������--������'      K-������ w^w   ������aw       ������*��������������� ������       mm ***���������****,���������   ������ ������ ���������*���������������* *.**.' '    '  There's a Gooa Drfy *nd  Transfer in connection*   Also  Green and Dry Wood*  - .-���������'..'.,-   '.��������� ii ���������  1  Cameron Bros.  PROPRIETORS^  r     ���������'  mtmmmommumimmimmmmmmiimaimmmmmmmmm  %vo winked ont Hint ho wiih n voiy huh  t)ioion������ looUiug woultl-lH. cuoto,inor������ thwjc<*rl.*ii..y uhuUmvm, nnd wo Imd to ro*  OF INTEREST TO FRUIT GROWERS  Tina IS TO OKimVY th^t I hnvo iuBpootod tho Nnruery Btook  nrowii by tho Hivei-sido NuiHory, Gruud Vorka, B.O.t und found 110  intootioiih -liHoiimm. <  Tho )t<i;'.!c Hh woll i*rown invl ot xxonllont. nnnllfcy.  lltitli BoptoJiilior, lt������)l). M. 8. MIDDUHTOIf,  A������r������lntnnt Provinolfil^.H^ioujtnrhit^  WALTER V. JACKSON,  OHMSTON, ll.O.  Aa������nt for . .  Mi V iiiJiiip**'*>��������� *->������-" ���������������"������������������������������������*<������������������������*  Stavhe*2 8L ���������0.  Wholesale        ���������  Provlslottg,  Product,   Pr-Ut  0������n*r������1 <*ouitrnl*Hlon U������r������k_^<������  NELSON       -        B.C.  mmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmiimmmmmmimimypmmmm**  . B8IBNS & Os.  Limit**!  CRESTON      -     B.Ce  Fish Fish Fish  W9 hm a Frttsh Suptfy of  v.  Fresh Smelts  Halibut  Salmon  (Mackerel  Manitoba Wbite  Fish  4*  44  44  Smoked Finnan Haddic  and Kippered  Herrings  Salt Herring,  Mackerel and Cod  I: Fretli Meats of all kinds  CRESTON BAKERY  On Sirdar Avenue  jf tesh Breat> anb  pasting ?>ail^  ^Boston Bnked Buns ana  Chicken Wt Bmty Saturday*  Mrs. J. A. Mitchell, Prop I  leaaoaftis-eaMsietoaiiiaiij  I Tinsmith  ltd  Plumber  Tinware  Stoves  Wiping  *mm*������*  Hot Air and Hoi  I Water Heating a  \ Specialty.  hmmmmmmmmmmmmJm  1  1  111  1-a  I  I  ���������y/'i  m  m  m  I  I  li������a  ('A*  W  i  m  ���������'���������Ti1  M  I  1  M  'X7A  m  f  1 f  m  ti.  71  A  ���������I  it-iii'Huiynii.iiM mniniiinM^M^a^mma^^jHmjm^  hmtmtm 1   -*(***?',?  Tmn cks&von rbvibw  W^-ncrf-jBcry' f^em where there is the Most Money to be made off them}      If you do,  ���������������������������* ��������� - ���������  -mi  SB B  "���������District is the 7/  WHY���������Our Land is lust as Good, oar  Climate Cannot he Beaten,  and <we are    - ' mm i ������������������_���������������������������_____^_^^___  24 hours cHearer the Market :   :   :   :  Isn't that evidence enough that Creston District  Is the piace to buy Fruit,Lands?  We have 8.700 acres in our tract, and we are subdividing  it into 10-acre Lots.  Our Price is $100 an acre  Terms $200 Cash, balance in five equal annua! payments  with interest at 6 per cent, per annum  ^*������.  ^  A  ���������  #  *  The Railway Runs through this Land*  These Orchard Lands are also connected by Telephone with Creston.  Within the Last Year we have sold over 800 acres  Out of this Tract.  ���������B-_-__---_--____-_-*-a_-*-___--_a-a  For Fruit Growing*  |!���������������������������"*-���������y.y;.,  ������������������   ;-.y j.-  C restart fifi  By  Using  fi.  "2.\  KOOTENI  5?  You will Knot* what "PERFECTION  '    .Menis in PRESERVES.  ft  " KOOTE$A������f Jams are made Oniy by  The Kootqiiiay Jam Co. Ltd,  -���������' '��������� '  - NELSON,, B.C. .   \  useless. The customer of these times  cannot wait whilst the British merchant'  is explaining his customs and fads. He  will speedily go elsewhere, to Germany  I or to the TJ. S., where the only customs  which count are those of meeting in every possible way the desires of a present  or prospective customer.  R. G. Scruton  flMray'������-������>'-'*4v%'w'--^''"&^  *  mcPEAK'S Store of Plenty  We have nothing to "unload" upon the unwary  public, just a full and complete, stock of the Best  Goods: in such lines as���������  ������������������ti'nderwcarA A..A: ",.'.''-  Hosiery  Sweaters    '  AB-anoyVostB       ���������  Cloth Oops ,  Bodford;Uloth S-alts  Borer-ford ShobH    ,  Shirts  Oollni'B'  Cuffs  Umbrellas  '���������Work big Pants  " Columbia Shoes"  Lookio Shoes  Ilandkorohtefs  Gloves  -Bolts  Suspender*  DroBfl Pants  VnflBor Shoos  Mnplo Loaf Rubbers  Ladles' Goods a Spoclnlty.  A full lino ofAElkmoro Hats  Just nwlved--a6 Two and Thrno-pioco Summer Suits,  lined hnd un-  > *y   linod;, LwtpBfc StylpB.   Prices aro always right. ;    ;:  District News  Henry Hamilton left a few days ago  for "Wolf Creek, Alta., on "business.  Mrs. MoKowan, of Oranbrook, is pay  ing a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Geo. Oartwright, of Eriokson,  Among the many visitors to Eriokson  this week were P. R. Godfrey nnd P.  Sherwin.  Misa Ruby Tamberton is spending a  few dayB this week with Mr. and Mrs.  MoLeod, of Erickson.  Mr. and Mrs. Mitoholl's baby daughter has been quito ill this week.  On Friday evening last, at thoir beautiful home, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Long on-  tertalned h few of their immediate  friends.. .   ���������.   .  Tho roads around Oreston nro drying  up now very fast; tho main street in  Eriokson is getting quite dry.  Fourteen Rooms now  ready for "Roomers"  in the Baast Block.  All   are     furnished.'  Hot and Cold Baths  ' * * -  FRANK   BAST  LUMBE1  DISSOLUTION- OF PAKTWERSHIP  Notion la hereby given that tho too-pn.rt.ner  tiro boftfcenottoo moro, A     ���������     ,,1  After tromondouBondoavo'.ira and hy  oalilugon the agents petho Jntoniation-  nl Ohcok Oo,, vro at; hist rou; a bank to  graolouBly opon aVnooouhUViif my friond  and aooopfc his orders nnd Bank ot; IStig.  land notes; and aftov tbo bntiro- staff  had carefully handled Bnmo, no got ton  pounds on nooouutj and a hiriu.nl now deposit book. ' /*  AnxlOuBtp boo  how* far  tho  banks  would cany tbis oxtitioitUiun-y polioy,  when thoy. wore through with my t'llond  I asked thU ptirtiouhiu ^inulc if  thoy  , would give rao four toe-pound Uq,ob for*  twenty of. thp' sovereigns I hti& drawn- j  from tlio $j-p*roHfl 'A:ot������. and whioh vyiro-  weighing heavily oa my pnolmt. ���������'-,'' Tho-  wholo process nf rofatouco re' hood , mon.  wasgomi thr^uKh ii'|iihi--U'ilei,j onehior,,  ttrid managerwero atioon������iilt'id on this-1  olmplo ir^ttOB., and 1t> wvii toifnaod.    I  objeoton thnt i wos ������ivin*jf gold ond thoy.  ������ii wti!u, ������i*/������i mo yupor, ,wi������ lanpupoi*, 3 uug-  Blilp heretofore HUbslBtliiK between tho under  Blgood an proprietors of tli3iCieHton Wtnonnrt  Hptrlt Co., of CreBton, B 0��������� lms this day been  difisolvod by mutual coHHont.  AU debts due  tlio said partiioiHhlpHhaU.be pntd to tildney  Poolo at fiiH oaIoob nt Creston. B.O,, and all  partnership debts aro to bo paid by liim.  Datod tlilH 23rd day of February, 1010.  HIDNKY POOLE  GORDON S, 8MIXH  SAWMILL AT CRESTdN;fB:cI||||g  I Laths,  Shingles,   Brick,   Lime  Doors,/ Windows, Moudings.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  CHAS. O. RODGERS  NOTICE OF APPLICATION  FOIt TltANQ  ,,;..',    FEP. OP TjIQUOB LICENSE  Take Notice that ono month aftor this dato  I intend to apply to tlio Superintendent of  Provinolal Police for a 'franofor of Liquor Lt-  coniio to Wllllnm H. Burton, of tho wwii of  Uroston, Jn tho province pf BrltlAh Columbia,  or tho hotol UooiIro hold by mo In rounoct of  tho Hotel Munro, Nltuate on LoIb Ono (1), Two  (8) and Throe (������) In Bloolt Twenty-ono (21) of a.  .HUb'dlvlnlon of Lot Fivo hundred and twonty  Ing frbm theirroluotanoo to accept samo,  as shown by tlio dealings with my  friond, t'Uey did no& yaluo at nil and  Huoiild bo'glad to got rid of; but whilst  tho ohlof,clerk's fourth nssistant was  oouiimiulcating thiB to'tho sub-manngor,  niy frlond,Afoarful as ho nftorjvards ox-  plained, that thoy might oanool his no*  count and by". piiyiug him oif in bank  notbs, oondoiow him tb pormnnontrinsol-  vouoy, draggoil mo ont of tho banlo  '  Aftor n fnvthoi' ncquulntnnoo with  British busintsff methods I have boooaio  ust-d hut uot itoouoilod to this frowning  ������������������not cuHtoinary'* attltudti. I am quite  onablo to linnglat) nn AmorJoan husluoss  man vofuBlmr money or busiuoss booaiiHO  ���������'it was not customary" to tnko it, or for  any othor reason.  This dead weight of ''olisoloto'ovi!**  toma" sits liko a load coffin on tho doorstop of JJritish huNiuofls houses. Agnlust  Ub duadenlug iuflaonco Tariff Reform*  or Tojhuloal Wduoatlon must both bo  Mrs. H. Brownrigg and Mrs. E. Mar  tin woro among tho many Etickson pooplo who took in tho big salo at.tho Mercantile Oo. storo this week,  A fow evenlugs ago a numbor of tho  frioudsof Mr. and Mra. Goo, Hobden  gnvo tliom a surprise party. During tho  evening inusio and danoing woro in-  dulgod in, and a most oiijoyablo timo  was snout, Tho dancing tnusla was pro.  vlded by Messrs. Hamilton aud Oordi-  gau.  llvoj[626) in Group One (I) In the District of  r.v    ill      Dated at Crouton, U.O., Ataroli fit.h, 11)1  icboftndy. abcnrdinB to a map or plan tiled In  tho Land HOKlHtry Olllco at NoIhou, H.O., ub  number Mx Imndrod and nlnoty-tliroo (ili)3).  GEORGE MUKltO  UQiUOH LtOENBIS AOT, 1000,  Talto Notloo thnt 0110 month nttflr dnto, t In-  tond to apply to tho Suivrmtendont of Pollco  for a hotolllcoiiHO to noil Intoxicating liquors  at thn town of Crouton In tho provJ 1100 of British Oolumbin, In tho promlHOH known ns tho  lloUil Munro, Kltuatu 011 LoU 1, 2 and 3, In  Bloolt 21, or a NUlvdtvlHlon of Lot 625 tn Group  1, In tho DUtrlct of Kootenay, Plan (loil.  Dated ut Ci'owton, B.C., Marlli 6th, 1010,  WILLIAM H. BURTOV,  Applicant.  Offloe of tho Agent General for  British Columbia,  Salisbury House,  London, February 34,1010  Peroy B. Fowlor, Esq.,  Hon. Secretory,  Oroafcon Board of Trado,  .        Oreston, British Oolumbio^  Bear Sir,���������I have today received yotnr  lottor of tho 8rd inst.   I am very pleased  to hoar that Oreston is coming to tho  front in oou noo tion with tho fruit business, and I will not fall In futuro to linyo  it mentioned In our advertlsomonts,   I  think you can readily understand that it  la a littlo diftloult Jor mo tokoop up with  all tho now districts that nrooomlng forward in British Oolumbin on thoir merits  in this lino, nnd if tho string gets much  longer I shall havo to hnvo n special ad-  vortisemont for each ono of thom.  Thanking you for your communication,  I remain, with regards,  Yours faithfully,  J. H. TunNMt,  Agent General for British Columbia  1 meet these gentlemen at a light lunoh-  I eon or somo other similar function nnd  havo a heart to hoart talk with reference  to tho Board of Trado in connection with  agriculture, particularly in reference to  co-operation with tho Departmont of  Agrlonlture and the work of tlio Board  of Trado to promote successful markot-  lug. It might also be interesting to havo  a report r������?g<\nHngonr fruit nt the Old  Country Exhibition.  ,   Iramain, 'A'      '���������'���������'���������".'-'-:y,'  Yours faithfully, Xx  M. S. Midddkton,  ABSt.Horticulturist.  It will not ho legal to tako trout from  tbo intorlor waters of Brlthib Colon) Ma  till May 1, Tho provincial legislation  has been repealed and the Domlulon aot  hns -jurisdiotion. A. M, Johnson, father  of tho Domlulon legislation sotting a lato  dato, states tbat ho proposes to prose-  onto nil Infractions. "It is impossible to  /lull with comfort boforo May 1" said  Mr. JohiiBon, ������������������iindbofildOB, it ftlvos tho  fish a chauoo." This ditto is legal from  tho 120th puralldl oast ward, which taken  In tho ohlof lako systonitt of the prov-  Jnofl, Whiteflsh nnd char may bo taken  now, but all speoios ot trout aro proteotoa 1  BUEMFP'H HAliK  Uud������r and by vlrtuo of a Worranl of Esroou-  tion. 1-nuisd mil of tlio County Court or Went  Kooionay, lioldon ut ,JNo<noii. Jn mi Motion  whereof tlim 'loach In plaintiff and tho Morn-  \ng Hi'll coppur Mlnlnv and Hiiiultlnjc Dqiii*  puny Ih doloiMlivnt, J havo hoIkoiI and takon  n oxcciitlon nil tho right, title and mtero-tor  liomitd (ttifonrtiur " ..........       ...  .iiKiiiidHmcHtnit..    . .    . . .-.--.  inrimrnl nliitm.iiUiiaU) on the north wldo of  MiioliOi'icilt, Hi Urn Nolnoii Mlnlnir Plvlmloii,  tosotlior witli I bollowH and luyoro, 300 tool  fttrap Iron, 1 Traux ���������toel ore car, 1 urliiditon*-  HiKt tlutnuM,'] uneAii Imatom, 1 onoklnic rnngo  and 1 lump, Ail or which I nhull ult'or ror -1C10  atnubllonuotlon nt ������ny offlwi, In tlio ooiirt-  liofmn, nt tlm city ofNnlnoii, Ii.t)., nn Monday,  Slot duy uf Majruh, 1010 at tho hour ofi'io'clor*-  noon,  TortnM ot nam t CmmIi.  U������ted ut Xtlioa, B.C���������IJth March. Htia  l������. H. TUCK.  uiierio orianuth Koou-nsy.  wald (ttifonrtiuit, MuriiliiK Boll Coiiimr Min-  inKiiiid.HnicHtint.Oo, In 1.lio.''<irant. Wo������t*rn'  Departmont of Agriculture,  Nelson, March 4,1010  Tho Creston Board ot Trado,  Oreston B.O.  aouttouiou,���������X havo ploasuro in informing you that W. H. Soott, Doputy  Minister of Agrloulture, nnd J. O. Mot-  oalfo, Mnrket OommUslonor, will bo iu  Oreston on April 1st and will address a  meeting of tho JFuiannu' luctltuto that  evening.    I should saggest that yonr  _������ ....       ....     It.*    ...fc������*^^������    _*.*    ^������,������������*.*.^    4m  AllklniBOf building material i������ be*  ing plaoed on tho ground at Prootor preparatory to tho building of tho big O. P.  P. tourist hotel at that place this sum*  mor.  Mr. Wm. Hoopor, of Rossland, who a  tho Govornment Laud Salo at Oreston,  1 in Ootobor, 1908, was tho first bidder  and purchaser of Block 3,  arrived In  town from Rossland a fow days ago, and  aftor spondlug a fow days ou his laud returned to Oreston and mado a contract  with somo local men to thoroughly clean  up and plow his land.   It is Mr. Hooper's intention to plan* tho ground to th*  vory best advantage, and in this respect  ho is but following along tho lines of  many who havo taken ovory oont's worth  of vnlna from thoir land. -   Mr.  Hooper  has had oonsldcrablo oxporionoo ns a nomologist-- and also a market gardener,  and his particular long suit.is onlous.  Whtlflt wo havo iu our distriot ono  or  two ranobors who make a speciality of  growing onions and making big monoy  out of thoir offorts, but Mr. Hoopor will  mnko an endeavor lo make them all  take thoir hats off to him this coming  auxatwr. In convention vfith Mr,  Hoopor w������ laaruod It is his intention to  bring his wlfa and family ftorn RonsUm!  V'- Mi  THE   CRESTON,   B.C.   REVIEW.  .<*<j"  '.WM'y  RING   3,200   YEARS' OLD.  Worn   by   Court   Beauty   of   Egypt-  Fine Example of Ancient.Carving.  'Iho Musee Guimct of APafis has just  acquired a pi-eeious treasure, provided  that it will bear investigation better  than did the notorious tiara of the  jLouvro a few years ago. M. Gnimet,  whose name the museiinvbears, is an antiquarian and a voluminous writer on  antiquities. He seems quite satisfied  that he lias added to his collection a  ring of the time, of Barneses IT., who  flourished about 1,300 years before our  era.  The ring was acquired from a family  of Grenoble in whose possession it had  been for long years and* the former- o^yn-  ers produced documents which satisfied  M. Guimet as to the authenticity of his  acquisition. The ring bears hieroglyphic,  inscriptions showing tihat it gracede the  hand of Nefritarimeri Mout. one of the  wives of the once "powerful monarch of  Egypt.  The ring is of thick gold carrying a  cornelian stone rectangular, large and  flat. The stone is enclosed in gold and  the ring itself is ornamented with a  fillet of gold. The sjone tells the story  in hieroglyphics said to represent the  King and Nefritarimeri. The perfection  of the entaillure is considered proof of  the genuineness of the ring, for the modern engraver seldom succeeds with that,  sureness of cut which is the wonder and  admiration of all who are familiar with  the engraving of the ancients.  The ring, we are further told, although gracing the "hand of a court  heauty of Egypt in the depths of the  past ages, would not be much, sought after by a fashionable lady to-day.���������Condon Globe.  ured Constipation Boickl?  Tells of a Remedy That  Is Safe For Young and  Old, For All Stomach  and Bowel Troubles.  SANATIVE AHIISEPTIG SHAVIR6.  Not pnlj^is Cuticura Soap, assisted by  Cuticura''Ointment,   unrivalled  for   preserving, purifying   and  beautifying   the  skin  and hair,  biit  it  is  a  luxury   for  shampooing,  bathing and especially for  y,sbaving:    It possesses in modified form  the  medicinal,   embVlienty sanative   and  antiseptic   properties   of  Cuticura   Ointment, while supplying a firm, moist, non-  drying, creamy and fragr-inf lather.   After shaving, and before bathing the face,  gently anoint theshaven parts with a  bit of Cuticura Ointmeut.     This method  renders frequent shavi ng a pleasure and  commends   itself   to   men   with   tender,  easily irritated skin?, and as a preventive of irritation and inflammation of the;  hair glands which, if neglected, often leads  to  obstinate and  disfiguring  eruptionsA   ������������������ ������   Raw Seal as Diet.  The Rev. S. M. Stewart, who has spent  eight years in the extreme north of Un-  gava���������the coast of Labrador���������a dreary,  frozen wilderness which only communicates with the outer world once in twelve  months, says it is often a question of a  raw seal flesh diet or starvation when he  is on his journeys to visit the Esquimaux  of the different settlements slong the  'Aco&st.���������������������������.'���������'Seal is part of his diet, and he  nays that he ouite likes it. It is an ac-  uqired taste, ne admits, and seems to  be something of a, cross between cod  steak and beefsteak, with a dash of rabbit.-���������From the Ohurch Family Newspaper.  "Writing from his home in Barcelona,  Mr. Frederick G. Mayer states: "I think  no one ever suffered as severely from  constipation as I \d|d for nearly six  months. So many serious symptoms  wen? developing as a consequence of this  evil condition of the system, that I realized I must find a remedy. The strong  pills of various kinds I tried seemed after their first effects were over to make  me far worse anil I did riot know which  way to turn for relief. Tysaw Dr. Ham-  Sltdn's PillsA-advertised,Aand the first  box used satisfied me I found a true  remedy. Instead of griping by undue  activity, DrA Hamilton's Pills acted as  naturally as if physic had not been taken. I never had tb increase the dose,  and, indeed, within a month I Teduced it  arid when the system finally acted of its  own accord as a. result of Dr. Hamilton's Pills, I took a dose twice a week  only, just to make sure the old condition would not comeback."  No other reonidy cures constipation  and biliousness so easily or safely as Dr.  Hamilton's Pills; they are an ideal family remedy for all diseases of the stomach, liver and bowels. Sold in 25c boxes,  all  dealers,   or   tlie   Catariliozone   Co.,  Kingston,  Out.  ������������������^-j..-   ������a������ ������    - -. . .;��������� ������������������ ���������-:  Of   Interest to  Skaters.  Considering the many lives lost every  year by breaking through, or still of-  tener, by skating iuto holes in the ioe,  a simple and very practical means of  saving oneself froin drowning should b*  of  interest to  skaters everywhere.  It depends on the use of a life-saving  awl, and the method; of rescuing oneself is  about  as  follows:  1. As soon as you break through the  ice, extendy the arms. Don't get excited.  2. Swim to the yedge of' the ise whence  you came. Rest one hand ou the ice.  Gently tread water.  3- Take the awl in the other i.Naul ������id  remove the oork from the point with the  teeth. Beach over-.-on tlie ice as faij as  poesibl*. and plant the point firmly in  the surface.  4y "By/drawing in the arm you can now  easily bring the hips onto the ice. Stand  up, put the cork back on the point of  New Argument for Vegetarians.  Dr. J. H. Kellogg, of Battle Creek.  Mich., declares that the researches of  Metclinikoff, Tissier. and others iiave  shown tliat most chronic diseases may  be directly traced to putrefaction processes in the intestines and the absorption into the blood of poisons thus  formed, or intestinal autointoxication.  Hi* argues that vegetable proteins or  tissue building foods less readily undergo putrefactive changes in the intestine,  hence are less likely to become a source  of poisoning to the body.  Vegetable protein foods are free from  toxins with which fish foods abound.  Healthy people are able to swallow  with their daily food considerable quantities of ilicais toxins without apparent  injury for a long time, but the person  whose constitution is broken down,  whoso liver, kidney and other vital organs are so seriously crippled that they  are scarcely able to remove from the  hlood the poisons which'constantly aiul  naturally  originate   in the  body  itsulf.  .lonllfur  with the toxic substances constantly  found in nifats, and in considerable  quantities, without lessening the chances of recovery, and perhaps promoting  the progress of the disease.  Vegetable proteins arc found in natural foodstuffs, nre presented in a properly arranged bill of fare in the right pro*  piiitions to supply the body neods,  whereas proteins in the form of meats  are in a highly concentrated form, and  hence likcly**to"be takon in great excess,  giving rise to the enormous mischief  which follows high protein foods ;*.s  pointed out by Chittenden and Mendel,  of Yale, and others, in recent years.  CROSS, SLEEPLESS BABIES  TIIilLBifel  p^tji'i ���������>"i  Tho finest fabric is  not too delicate to  be   jsafely   washed    with  Sunlight   Soap.       When  other soass have injured  your linens  aad    faded  the coloured  things, remember  the  "word Sun.  Hghti  the ftwi  ana  SJtaU? o$i.���������i'opuls;  "*r������_  A������VCl  ciovi v E-t&niRC  chank*.  TAKE  MOT.GE.  We publish simple, straight testimonials:, not press agents* interviews, from  well known people.  From all over America thev testify to  the merits of MENARD'S LINIMENT,  the best of Household Remedies.  MINARD'S LINIMENT CO.. LIMITED.  IMuskrats,  Raccoon,  Red Fox  Write for prices.  W. C.JBOFFATT  ORIU.IA, ONT  When little ones are sleepless and  cross it is a Mire sigu that* they are not  well. Probably the little stomach or  the bowels is out of order, or the child  may be suffering from teething troubles. Wive Baby's Own Tablets and see  how quickly the child grows well and  happy and seeps soundly���������not the drugged sleep of "soothing" medicines, but  the natural sleep of health. Mrs. Edward Sicord, Maskinouge, Que., says:  *'I have used Baby's Own Tablets for  indigestion and other troubles of childhood, and they always work like a  charm. They always keep my little one  well." Sold* by medicine dealers or hy  mail at 35 cents  a box, from The Dr.  Williams Medicine Co., Brockviiie, Ont.   ���������������������   ���������  rilHC  Uirtbiai ���������   !������ .rs ! 7    Pnyy^a.  This year numbers of the frocks for  the older girls are made with transparent tunics over soft silk or satin and  caught in at the waist with a folded  satin. ceintun������, the long ends of which  fall over the jupe a little to one side,  while in some cases a tiny border of rib-  lion work: in rosebuds and leaves edges  the tunic of ninon or net.  Dewdrop tulles and ninons are by no  means considered the prerogative of the  elders alone, and some very charming  party frocks are likewise evolved of  these for girls who are enjoying their  last season of children's parties before  making their debut in ihe world of  grown-ups.  ��������� '     " ', * 7    ��������� - y .  A   Glimpse   of  the   Futuro.  Kuiokei-���������What do vou suppose we  shall do by 2010?  Booker���������We'll have so many canals  we shall    subsidise railroads.  Money has a queer habit of leaving  us about ten times a*, fn������t as it is left  to us.   *^������   WSebouy Soup la aeHf-tit'uUy refreshing; tor  bath or toilet. Por washing underclothing i������  is uncaualled.   Cleanses and purltleB.  Indians Swearing Off.  Uncle Sam's campaign for "moral up-  uu- '    uiiiOug   juia   V������5l    nl'Iuy   o������    Juiidiaii  wards has been chiefly significant because of the almost total suppression of  tho sale and use of "firewater" among  the braves and the 'consequent diminu*  tion of warlike outbreaks on the reservations.  Washington officials evinced much interest in tho report to Assistant Indian  Commissioner Abbott that 700 Navajo Indians went recently to their "white father" superintendent and, surrendering-  an enormous stock of gambling paraphernalia, enrolled their names alongside those of the "simple life" exponents. These gambling devices of varied  sorts and descriptions were shipped here  and have been placed on exhibition with  the immense collection of relics and trophies at the Indian bureau.���������From the  Washington Star. '  " + ������ ���������������   OonstlpatSora  Is an enemy within the camp. It will  undermine the strongest constitution  ���������and ruin the *mo9t vigorous health.  It leads to indigestion, biliousness,  impure blood, bad complexion, sick  headaches, and is one of the most  frequent causes of appendicitis. To  neglect it is slow suicide. Dr. Morse's  Indian Root Pills positively cure  Constipation. They are entirely vegetable in composition and do not sicken,  weaken or gripe. Preserve your health  by taking  Or. Morso's  Indian Roes-i  Out of   the  Souths of  Babes.  One day 0-year-old Bobby was severely chastised by hisi mother, who Imd previously told him, of hi** prehistoric whereabouts. "M-mam-ma,'* lie sobbed. " 1  w-wish I had s-stayed in h-he^ven."  Little Howard���������Mamma, thirteen is  an unlucky number, isn't it?  Mamma���������Some people think'it jis,  dc������r. *    ,'        ' '. '  Little Howard���������Well, tlier^wjere thirteen pieces of cake o nthe kitchen table,  so 1 took one to break the hoodoo.  'readier���������Tommy, what, part of speech  is "nose" _ ��������� '  Tomiin1���������It isn't any part of speech.   ,  Teacher���������But it niiiut be.  Tommy���������Well,   maybe      yours is,  be-  ������>j}iiu(������ vou talk through it���������but the only  part, of speech J'\e got is my mouth.  At the turkey dinner on Thanksgiving  day Hinull Rutli heaid ������*ach i-r-nntik made  as the plates won* posed. One wanted  "a small piece of the dark meat" and  another "just n little light meat." When  it came her turn to be served she lifted  hor plate toward the coveted fowl eagerly and said: "Yon may give me to much  of both kinds, it you please, papa."���������  Chicago News.  <% ������ ������ ���������  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  o ���������������   Tonkin's   Way.  "Say, isn't this the cold morning! And  isn't il  pleasant  to  get in where   it's  warm!''    This  was Torkins  on his  arrival at the office.  "Say, are you trying to burn up all  the coal at once, or what? Trying to  heat the whole neighborhood, I guess.  Haven't you any sense in your head?5'  This was'the same Torkins on reaching  home at  ni'-ht ���������Exchange.  JSSUK   >0 4- 1U1������L:  n im -ii y -ir    ��������� awiMnr    n  iuii-u^iiiiiiim ~ t i^rr"--"~"~"���������~  '  AGfch* >a WAN vcQ. fc,^ \  ���������**&&  'iUe 3. L."Nichos^Co.,^Limitca/iT������rofi*E"'lOnt.  ��������� ,  *'*-;��������� I'ri.- :   ���������    - *'i?no-s a t.itV-i'*-     '������������'**:,.  FOR" SALE.4  HAMILTON. ONTARIO, IS GROWING  fact. Buy suburban Jots in the path of  development while they are low; they '���������*������������������������  bountl to increase rapidly In value. Cnjrieo  lots. Jj&'x ioo. for 568.76' to *100 por lot. Special offer ror ono month���������*."������ Uown anil $l.T?r  wvo'c buys two lots. Write for froo booklet*,  and map*.  Burke ft Co., 204 King atreet ("as*.  PERSONAL.  *>/V������������W*^i*^^���������<W^������^W ���������  ^gs^_~,������_.������������a*^^������^*>^������-������������%^^������^*-i*>w ������*WV%  Dr. MarteFs Female Pills  SEVENTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD  Prescribed and recommended for women's ailments, a scientifically prepared remedy of proven worth, ina  result from their use is quick and permanent.   For sale at all, drug stores.  PILES CURED AT HOME BY  Horse Vs. Parson.  When Mr. Will Crooks, M. P..     was  in Australia during his tour with    Mrs.  CrookB,    he    addressed at Sydney    r-n  rnormouB   gatb-arflng   at   the   Llydoum,  taking   for  his  subject   "Social   Conditions in   England."  Mr  .Andrew Pieh-  cr,  M.   V.,  the   leader  of  the  Federal  Labor party, was on the platform,   and  nearly every church  and social reform  organization      -tvas     represented.     Mr.  Crooks mode a homely and  characteristic  Bpcoch on the struggle for the higher  life  and   for  a  nobler  environment  in  thu clans to which ho is proud   to   belong.  "If I had my way," he said in  one posaago, "I'd pull down every pulpit in the world, because we want   tho  preacher on tho floor among the people. (Hear, hear). It's a good Btory that  is told of the overturning of a cab containing a man in a busy street in London. 'Let us save the hornc'.' a bystander called out. 'No, let us save the man,'  added another. 'Save tho horne clamored the first, 'th man's only the parson,  and wc won't want him for a week.' "  *������ ������ ���������   Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Garget   In  Cows.  -.. .     ������ ������ ������  IIKH  ARITILMETIC.  "But why, my lovo, are you burning  gal* so rccklesulyV  "Bncttiuu*, John, dear," said Mim. New-  Ivw-od, "for ������*vi������ry dollar'* worth I burn  you'll get 20 eenU."-~Hiir|x')'H Htuuuir.  ������������������ ������ ������������������������������   A  Tar   Heel   Word.  "Marrify," a good old word which lin-'  bc������n familiar h������*n-about for gnu-rutioni*.  . ���������From  tlir;  Chiirluttto   X<*wn  mid  Ob-  utrvpr.  Cure ior High Prices.  We may differ about gold, the tariff,  trusts, and so on, but we do not differ  about the need of keeping intelligent  men oh. farms, of encouraging immigrants to take up land instead of "peddling as a means of livelihood, of improving agricultural education and multiplying government stations ?and experiments calculated to diversify crops,  to raise the yield per acre, to give us  greater and greater abwndance. We  have opportunities, resources and men;  let us see that the fields and farms, instead of the already overcrowded great  cities, get the men���������and that they in'  turn get the right agricultural education.���������Chicago Record-Herald.  FREE  TO   QUR   READERS.  Wrlto Murine Eye Remedy Co.,'Chicago, for  48-pagc lllufltratod Eyo Boole Free. Write all  about Your Eye Trouble and they will advise  a������ to th������ Proper. Application of the Murlno  Bye Hemedles la Your Special Case. Your  Druggist will tell you that Murlno Relieves  Bore Eyee, Strengthens Weak Eyes, Doesn't  Smart, Soothes Eyo Fain, and sella for 50c,  Try It In Your EyoB and In Baby's Eyes for  Scaly Eyelids  and , Granulation.  Queen Who Var'es for tho Sick.  If Ferdinand of Bulgaria is unpopular,  in the land of his adoption at least his  marriage has won approval. Vor Queen  Eleanor nursing has always been a f.av-  ovite pastime, nnd'nothing touches the  heart of a pooplo so much as a quooii  who can care for the sick. As Queen  of Bulgaria she now continue*" the work  slio undertook as PvincOHs of Reuss,  when she -worked with heroic dovutibn  during tho campaign in "Manchuria, and  has already founded a homo for tho blind  and another for tho deaf and dumb in  ���������Sofia.  Queon Eleanor has never been fond of  the pomp of couvt life. In thn little  principality^)' Rouhs she avoided fib *>ut  chnrity functions, and probably dona not  look 'forward with much ^feimuvi* to  court bnlli- and court function-*, for  wlile hthe primitive Hoclety of Sofia ha*  ho long pitied. King Ferdinand h������������ iho  odl French lovo of ceremony. When ho.  viflitod Mnrionbud with his lato mother  ho i-oiild lw Rfflu climbing up tho hill** fob  lowed hy a suUo, fov without hin suite  ho never travels.���������From tho ByRtnndov.  - ������ ������������  -    ���������  PILES CURED IN 0 TO 14 DAYS  PAZO OINTMENT Is guartintood to euro any  cane of Itching, nilud. BVoftdlnis or rrotrudtnn  PHoa In C to 14 days or raonoy refunded,   M>o  If you suffer from bleeding, itching,  blind or protruding Piles, send me your  address, and I will tell you how to cure  yourself at home by the new absorption  treatment; and will also send some of  this home treatment free for trial, with  references from your own locality if  requested. Immediate relief and permanent cure assured.   Send no money,  Man Good Till Seventy.  Humanity should* be, grateful to-the  management of . the- iNew- York Central Railway. Dr. Osier wanted us to  believe ' that man's'zenith was returned  at forty and his western horizon a,t  sixty yeans of age. In "Canada, .fciie  Government and the railway corporations have set the limit" of *aotdvity* a,t  sixty-five, by providing tflnat after that  age is reached employees siiall go on toe  pension list. In other words, the&e employees are relegated to a sort of hop-  ora'ble museum where they are to he  maintained in idleness for their Kij*-  torie value. To many, tihe limit has  come too soon. To some of us, with, "the  Ted mark already within measurable  distance, the limit seemed to be overly  sbort. Now comos the New York Central directors with a. p'M'Jrion scheme  which is based on the assumption thdit  a man is a capable employee until ha  is seventy. Even thoee of us who are  not among the hundred thousand employees of that great corporation' must  be grateful for tiiis extension of oa������r  time to the Psalmist's limit. We may  now boldly stand in'the presence of Dr.  Osier and assure hhn. ilMXi^he is not  more successful in - establishing a new  cult than was Mr. I>o%vie,,of  Zionville,  but tell others of this offer,    write to- -. -    - .   -,-,-   0i    .      , -_.    ������       _  day  to  Mrs. M.  Summers, Box P. 8, I ?r *ha^,lfi ^r* Stead, of xpaoon, ang  WTindsor, Ont.  I land.���������Canadian Courier.  ��������� ��������� ���������       i* > ���������������  HE KNEW THEM,  (Utica Globe.)  Collector  Loeb, at a dinner in  certain  New  customs     in-  ������������������������  !������S������r-i.  Send for free sample to Dept.  H.L...  ttonal  Drug & Chemical  Co.'. Toronto.  Na-  DOWS  ;KID N  V;Ri;fct.S,  ' I u.   COASTlS'(i DANGEROUS.  (Toronto SUar.)  The nimihoi- of ciia.-t'uiy acohh-nts thi������  nononn point* tn the nocoHHlty of dilution  on tho imrt of th������Hii enjoying this pus-  time. Proper lighting of thn slides will  do something to H-hhou this daiiuor, hut  nlortiioMH ou tin- part of tlio oniiHtorH  thonfsolvoH will do moro,  .    ���������.      +* + -  Unhandy Wny of Living.  'J'hn uririloHH wonder in tho dlnio mn.  Hciim  v.tt.H cfiiTipliiinltig of IiIh hiird hit,  "I loud niioli a iiuu'ii fiKit-tii'iiiouLli o\-  hK'IK'o!"   III!   Mlllll.  SO l)|l'l<Mll'.M/i*j ah iii-,iv.  Noll    MWs Aiit.l(|uo Htiyn nil m������*n nro  ulilco.  Hello i Ot������,    |    K������lp|NlhO   III!   IIKIi   do   ������������.������������J������V  cV.Un ti. Mi--.* Antl^.if.  A PERTINENT QUESTION.  * (San Francisco Chronicle.)  A noted* clergyman w;as  'n his study  writing, when' his-fiyc-yeaf'.pld "daughter  walked in and usked:  -"What are you writing, papa?"  - "I am writing a sermon,'daughter."  "How  do  you   know  whiit   to  write,  papa?"  "God tolls mc  what  to  write, diuigli-  tcr."  After watching her' father a few minutes tho littlo girl said:  "Papa, if Clod tolls you what to writo  why do you scratch somo'of it out?"   + ������ ������, ,.,'., .  Only One "BROMO QUININE".  That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Irfolc  for tho signature of IS. W. OROVE. Used tho  World ovor to Curo a Cold In Ono Day.   26o.  Price  of  Cook's  Picture.  Tho Minneapolis man who puichiwcd  nt a church auction Thursday night a  bignod photograph of Dr. Cook, tho famous Arctic inventor, for 'J, emits, got u  good bargain. An autographed likeucas  of Cook in 1000 is worth a great.deal  mora than that. It is worth the' retail  price of tho picture with an additional  Hum for tho fngontoiiH doctor's handwriting. In lOCO it nmy ho worth $200 or  ii'2,000, according to the supply of Cook  nutogranliH In tho hmrkot. The low prico  nt wliich tho pioturo was sold indicates  only the revulsion of fooling among people who havo boon cheering .tho Inventor  iih a disuovoiur.  Collectors havo paid fabulous sums for  the original copies of Ireland's Shakos-  ponrii forgericH. CI rent impostors havo  thoir placo in tlio world'n history. What  prico would not bo p.iid for an nuthontl-  en till. Hlgmituro of C:i|;liohtro, attnehed  to IiIn portrait? Who would not prize  tho Ohattorton ninnuMcriptH'.' Tho Min-  noiijioiis uhuroli pooplo woro not far-  hlf/hteil. They do not comprehend' Di-.  Cook. Hn in ono of tho most brilliantly  MH'ooKHfiil men of his era.���������New York  Tlituis.  GIILETT   CONSPIRACY   CASE.  All  the  Papers   H������vo    Been Turned  Over to the Company,  i  In pnrHunnco of nn nnlor mndo hy  JuiIro Donton in thie cuae, tho for-  inulli, piniiH iiiui itrnwiiiK m* iiiiioiiiiiu-y  whioh tho dotootivoB huuid at th������  hotiHOB of Motrinon und tMhso-Q, for-  :swT crrir'ri*5'f*c"''", hnvc bo^i lMTnr.fi <-,vf������  to tho  Oillott Compnny.  A Few Horse Don'ts.  Don't ask me to "back" with blinds  on; I'm afraid-to.  Don't  let   some blockhead   drive   me  that has less" sense than I have.  .. Don't run me down a steep hill, for if  anything should give way I might break  your neck.  Don't whip mc when I get frightened  or I will expect it next time and may  make you trouble.  Don't trot me up hill, for I have you,  the buggy and myself to carry. Try running up hill with a load yourself.  Don't drive me with an "over check"  onj the Bun .hurts', my eyes and I can't  see where to step. It's inhuman and  cruel.  Teach- me to stop when you say  "whoa," and this you can do without  jerking my head off or' tearing my  mouthy It may check me if the lines  should drop or break and save a runaway and smaahup.T���������California Voice.  York,  praised a  speetor.  "His success," said Collector Loeb, "is  due to his knowledge of human nature.  He is like a boy I used to know in  Albany.  "This boy got vaccinated on the right  arm, and the doctor gave him a red  'I've been vaccinated5 ribbon Jto wear  on his coat sleeve. But the lad proceeded to tie "the ribbon on the left arm.  " 'Why,' said the doctor, 'you are putting the ribbon on the wrong arm.'  "'No.'  said  the  urchin,   f'you    don't  know the boys at our school.'"  ��������������� ������ ������  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.)  m * m  Satisfactory Assurance.-  Mrs. TJpsome���������"Dr. Mary "Walker  makes fun of the spring styles of  hats.  Shiloh's Ctire  quickly stops coughs, cures colds, heals  ihe  ftbroat and. lun&s. -   -   -  25 cents.  ���������   o������a    ���������   ���������   ������������������  A DOUBLE BREAK. - .  Wife���������I saw Mr. Chacer thia afternoon, and he looks very bad. What's the  matter with him���������do you know?  Hubby���������Compound fracture. !  Wife���������WTiat sort of compound fracture? A     *    * v  L   .   i-^1  Hubby���������He's broke, 'and Miss Dough-  bag, discovering tliat fact, broke her en-  jsagement^ ���������     .-      j . ,.  ���������. ���������      ^������������  .    .    .    -" "  Minard's_ Liniment Cures CbldsA Etc,  '     IT MIGHT BE WORSE.,-      .*  .   ,..      .(Ottawa Free, Press.) \  I will not say that I'enjoy ;  'The blizzards that so fiercely blow;;  There are. uo insects to annoy y  Us when the weather's chilly, though..  Mosquitoes^ do not come to sip  ���������Our precious     life    blood    while "we-  dream; ?  Mrs.   Goodsole���������"I'm   so    glad    to ...........  learn ^ that the dear old lady is still | The chigger, too, has lost his grip.  "1"1" ,  .  i         No flies are dropping in the cream. \  Do you trap or buy  Furs!* I am Canada's  largest dealer, I pay  hi (Sliest pr'cob. Yoor  shipments BOlIcltcd.  I pay moil and express charges: remit  promptly. Also largest dealer In BoefhideB,  ShoepaUlno.otc. Quotations and aliipping ta_r>  sent tree. . 0  JOHN  HALLAM, TORONTO  Use for Worn Out Auto Batteries;  ' '>Did you say your doorbell is out; of  order" asked the handy num. in ������������������tho officii. ���������"Batteries worn outV No, don't  bother dosing them with mil ammoniac.  Throw thom nwnv and auk somoono who  has an autonmbilo to givo you a couplo  of his worn-out dry batteries'  ���������������������������'That'** tho way 1". do now and I. never  hnvo n,������y trouhhs over my boll expense  either. 'You sin- whon the hnttorio* become too weak for uso In thetiuto thoy  (���������till huvo lots of life-iii thom���������far hum*  than is noodod to ring a doorbell. When  I first tried it I carried homo four bnt-  lories from tho saram; nf ir friend around  tho block, T hitohiul Jjiom nil onto my  bell and thoy rang it loud enough U\\  Hhako the house. So I took them off ono  at a timo until I Iuul only ono on tho.joli,  and It.rings loudly enough for the boll  to be hoard In nny part of tho houno,  ��������� I'm snving tlio other* until 'this won r������  out, but thoy last a long time with thi*'  comparative slight nun go .-���������Prom tho  Philadelphia Retard.  *m       <# **#*'      ' * ���������  AN ENCUMBRANCE.  (Delineator-.)  Little Holon had boon very noNy nil  dny long.   Her pnpa hhIcoiI hor to ������.tnnd  in tho cornor to punUh hor.     1  AlU'r crying a whllo hIio vovy Indignantly said, "T wUh papa hud novor inn v.  rlod In this family."   ���������<���������.     ���������   -.  JUST THE MAN.  (Llfo.)  "I want a mnn who knows nil nbout  aoropluhoH and Ih Holier."  "I'm hint tho miiii you nvo looking for,  ������lr.    Hnvon't   tukoii   a   drop   In   throo  HANDSOME WATCH FREE.   . :  ' ��������� ������������������������������������,���������.���������'-���������..������������������     ..-;���������. y ....,���������������������������., *���������   ��������� ������������������ ���������  '      ��������� -        >  A Gents'or Ladles' Solid Gold 'Watch costs from ***28  to **ti50. Depot xsuow your money away. If you desire  to secure a Watch which to keep time and last well will  be equal to anv Solid Gold Watch send us yournwac and ���������  address Immediately and ag-ee to sellio boxes only ct  Dr. Maturln's Famous Vegetable Pills at 28c.;a box.  They ore the greatest remedy on earth for the.oure ot  poor and lmpnro blood, indigestion, he-tdachesi, constipation, nervous troubles; liver, bladder and.'kldtieydls-  eases. and aU female weaknesses; tliey aro.the Creat  Blood Purifier and Tnvlgorator, a Grand Tonic.and Wfe  Builder.  'With the PIUs wo send 10 artldM.ot Jewelry to  five away wltli the pills^-thts! makes them.easjr, to sell.  Ids Is the chance of a 1Wotlme7**Do notmlss It." Sei  Send us  __ __               ist paid.  u have sold "them sena u? the money \1%W) and  your order and we will send you tlie io boxes, post paid.  When you have a ~      - - ���������  we will send you  A GENTS Ok- LADIES WATCH  . %,..;. the name day the money Is received, i ���������,  ' We aro giving, thoso beautiful-Watches to advcrtlfo,  our Bemedfes.Thl8 is a grand opportunity to nocuro a  valuable Wateh without navlnn to. spend, a cent. And  ourWateh Is a stem wind and stem set and not tno cheap  back wind, article generally given as premiums. Send  --     ���������    ������ delay. Address y    ���������        ��������������������� -^  Toronto, Ont.  for our pUIs without delay. Address  THE DR. MATUR1N WEDICINECO.     WntcliD^pt*-������  Everybody Who Eats Bread  . ��������� ���������   ,T ' ��������� ���������    ������������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������� " .���������'.,.,:. ��������� ������������������!'.,,  Should avoid danger of Impurities In del Ivory from tho oven to  the home.   Insist on your haksrwrapping his bread In     ..,.;���������..a,  EDDY'S BREAD WRAPjPEgg  We are the original manufacturers of bread wrappers   ^5*  usod  by   leading bakers of Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto nnd;othnfr  cities.  ('!>���������'���������!{������;;���������������������������  The LB, EDDY COMPANY, Limited, Hull, Canada  i  Ozone V/entlhtlon.  O*on4'  votiUhitlni?   iiuiohhios   nro   now  uulto common i ��������� ������������������.irriv largo buildings.  lypiiiipaoUfiiw.  H Von oan iUho win a lovoiy t������������ ���������  m itottlna only o ouior asouts nnd w  w     ������*������ ^___ cor  ^flB_-KMflB_BSWnMW  ������ scnt-oti. Viewn, Mottoet, rioral, Moll- I  Olritthn bent, willo tixiuy and wo wnl Aond |  iimyniiit.*������ii|M/>3UiiiM-j������sn"������' M*t-*.w������������������h������  rn ������),!������ f.inti>������--. fiollorn.  iturntimmnnoyniHi ftp}u."-..-������������������-. ������������������   ^   -, -.���������-.  Mat FrtEtt UV������uwluhelpni������ioomiiriiiMUir liuMncjisby  r.r ' -'to*eHftnyjivproBniirt������. -.. ���������  *���������    *1  I eM"?"-,./.:" Hn Ithnm and return t nn mnni  Hat FREtl.       .,        ,  vUfiouthaYhBtrtiiellftnylnpr-umwiiB. ���������������        -��������� . i  coBAtr ooLbVcnco, curd Dopt, 5I> Toronto, ont J  .1  ill  ^  P  k  f  I  TiM  ���������'ijJ  i  Ml  41  I  ff  I'll  f  Si  1  It  I  t  ���������'Rl  ���������%  ':l,1|  I  4  i THE' CRESTON,   B.C.   REVIEW.
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A USEFUL BULLETIN ON THE SUBJECT OF VlQr FEEDING.   **   ;| g
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The Pennsylvania State College ^ri*^
cultui*.il-cxpojsment station) has jiSt*? ia*
sued Bulletin No. 05 on the subject" of)
experiments in pig feeding, wjiiclw
.should l*f in the hands of all farnWifs ii*
the State who are interested. It will be
sent free by addressing the station at
State College, Centre county, Pa. The
experiments were made with white iaid-
���dlingv vl. corn chop and tankage, and
tlie conclusions are: Pigs on a ration
of middlings alone made better use of
their fe^dat first than those-on a ration
of corn i,chop and tankage, but later the
exact reverse was tlie case. The pigs on
the exclusive middling ration were net
a & active and healthy as those on corn
chap mid tankage, neither did the former oat1 with the relish that did the latter. Pigs on corn chop and tankage (3
to 1 matte much better growth and development throughout the experiment.
The thrse pigs on middlings made only
ii total gain of 337.5 pounds, while
those on corn chop and tankage gained
.a total of 448.5. Neither ration proved
very profitable for growing and fat-,
tening pigs. The corn chop ana tankage had a slight advantage in cost, per
pound of gain. With corn chop at an
average price the latter ration could
be used to good advantage. Middlings,
however, when fed alone proved to be
an nndersirable, unappetising and unprofitable   ration   when   fed   for       any
*l^..��.tl.     ^i*    *.������.���. fTJ./��    1��A<wa    -f*wJ    rtrv ���**�����-*     .oft/Wl
and tankage dressed out a noticeably
bettor percentage. The dressed carcasses
showed no appreciable difference as to
the relative proportion of lean to fatter a- to condition of either. Probably
the one feature brought out in the test
was the ability of the pigs on corn chop
and tankage to consume larger quantities of feed with a relish and make
much beeter growth and development in
every way.
��� The Guernsey cow Dolly Dimple, 19,-
1-14, in completing her official record
as a 3 1-2-year-old excelled all other
cows of the same age and breed in the
world. She made the highest milk xe-
cord for her breed, 18458.8 pounds, and1
the biggest ��� butter fat Record for the
breed, 906.89 pounds, equivalent to 1,058
pounds of butter. Her one-day record
is GS.-I pounds of milk, 3,625 pounds
of butter fat.
Where it is absolutely necessary to
store manure it should be kept under
-cover, if possible, where Ait will be free
from heavy rains and melting snow,
wliich cause excessive leaching if the
manure is not properly piled. A covered manure shed with tight concrete
floor is desirable when daily hauling out
on the field cannot be practiced."* "<Tae,'
greatest conservation of the valuable
fertilizing constituents of farm manure
can lie best accomplished through daily
hauling of manure to the fields. Manure should be spread uniformly over
the field, not piled in small heaps, as
that .method is wasteful of fertilizing
materials. .        . ,
rroiesso^^s^^tam^t,,^fVjthe^jCoJos-
ado Agricultural College, has discovered
a  n^>y .insecticide, for,-ch&�� codliu, moth��
which has, proved effectiverin1 destroying
the  wbrms,  and probabl will be found
���.,��(-     c.u ,'��.-,.��*i.J.V   4��^'-Si&.'��!r-��l.,=,1.��!=�� l-_AT	
Always    Recognized     By   Dry
Hacking Cough and Rough
Breathing.
kf Agj doctoui-willdell/yqu tb&t only by
one
fn""  V   "T
jiiechcine ligl(teivA; than ,air, ^vhich i-s
jjiei-.thed tjirougft "thi^ l��i*<>pelipil tubes
anr'l huifMi* CHi'rjfiii|f &(fot'lint��'r' balsams
and essences i��s it goes. No wonder
after 20 yea is of awful suffering, Capt.
James Dunlop. of
Kington commander of tho 11. <SL C).
steamer Bohemian,-,
was cured thoroughly by ('iitarrliozoiie.
"I biiffei ed twenty
years, and nl though
t took treatment all
that time permanent relief* was not obtained x- tilh I used
_ Catarrhozone.   which
the best known cuvc^for' JJronfchitis,
on the face of the globe, pleasant to
u ,e, <piick to relieve, and suie to cure."
A truly wonderful treatment for Catarrh, Asthma.. Throat Trouble and
SJlronehitis is Cat.-m-hozone���thousands
i* has cured say so.
��� Get 3^ large '$1.00 outfit of Catarrh-
ovone; it contains a beautifully polished hard rubber inhaler and medication
to last two months. Smaller sizes, 23e.
and 50c, at all reliable dealers, or The
Catarrhozone  Company,  Kingston,  Ont.
r,
.������������ 3-0-* �� 9 *���$���
&$$&&&%$&& *m
  / ���
f?rf 7Iy^LoidTWiiliam'Ce^'il.
Tfi�� Chinese gentleman has been
trained in the philosophy+ history,
and- culture of his race, and both in
his rspeechAand in his thought he bears
'the*.? marks' of the excellency of that
-training. He" has now thoroughly
realized his national weakness and
his consequent humiliation, aud tho
whole mass of intelligent thought in
China, which was a few years _ ago
conservative and obscurantism, ' has
���-;now; become progressive, even .revolutionary. "*"-
There are many outward and visible
signs of this change; wherever you
go you see vast efforts are being made
to westernize' the institutions of
China; the yamen runner has developed into an imitation of the European
policeman. Your ears are besieged-
with the' sound of the military bugle,
imitation of French uniforms and the
German "parade marsch" blend
strangely with Chinese surroundings.
Two motor cars rush through the
streets of Peking, carying devastation among hte mule drawn Peking
carts, and terror to their male and
female occupants, who descend with
a celerity unknown to Chinese custom.
Tramways run through that most progressive town, Mukden.
China has postoffices, modern cur-
-.I..���*..?  __
tions there is danger of the cowpeas becoming stunted in growth if the crop
with which it is combined is planted too
thick. Sown broadcast, cowpeas often
make little growth with these crops,
but when planted in rows with corn and
cultivated the growth is quite satisfactory.
It has been found tliat soaking dry
old corn for hogs is about equal to
grinding, and certainly is more economical. Some prefer soaked corn to
ground when the bogs are on pasture.
Old corn is soaked for about 12 hours
before feeding.
The feed consumed by one cow will
usually support five sheejj, and, with
good care, the returns from the sheep
will often be greater than frc-m the
cow. Those who raise sheep are able to
advise concerning the best breeds tor
dif&enent localities. Short-lfegged animals are best for general purposes.
One of the most, ingenious ways of
furnishiug protection to peach buds has
been tried by Professor "Witten, of the
Missouri Experiment Station, who, worked on the well-known principle that
dark colors absorb more heat than lighter ones. He . found that light-colored
.peach-twigs were slower about starting
into growth, and conceived the idea of
.spraying peach trees with lime wash to
prevent their starting ou mild days iu
winter. He claims to have been very
successful in  this practice.
DETECTING GEIMINALS.
___�����
LA CRIPPE
g xartesteii, aad Cofisumpuoa Cured
Mr. G. D. Colwell, of WalkerviHc, Ont.
wassUi:ken down with La Grippe in 190&
and it left him in very bad condition. He
says: I waa alliun down and bordering on
Consumption. I could not sleep atn-g'ila,
had ev/ful sweats, and coughed nearly the -
whole time. -/This is how I was when I
�� begantotaijeyPsychine, in a low nervous
pj state- but from the first bcttle I began to
itopfo've.' It did marvels for me and brought
me back to health in no time, making a new
man oi me. It fortifies the body against
the attacks ol La Grippe and is a sure pre.
ventative. I always take Psychine if I feel
a cold coming on and it puts me light in
no time."
NO HOME SHOULD BE
Fer Sale fcy a!! Dfssgbis and Dealer;;, 50c. & Si
PRONOUNCED Sl-I
usmmnMssm
paratus for killing a man of such and
such a weight should be arranged.
It may be said that Eadclive's methods aie based wholly on his estimates
of weights and strains. On such questions he is a scientist, educated in the
best school, which is that of experience.
rency, telegraph offices, a school sys- ( it gives you a creepy feeling, however.
tern, in iact all the legacies of western    to  uaVu "him indicate vour neck in a
is the {name "df the-"neW"poiS,onrit "comes
n*y t^ne unless it Sp necessary,, and ncvfer^'fwbqn'ijfc is too^cold _br
them <to fly. 3)Iany people thinjif it i^, a
good time to $move ���hees'x?roi��.'"bue locality to another when it is cold. Excitement causes them to fill with.ihpney.
After' they fill with honey $t 'is ' ve*gy
nntuipl for them to fly, W}iet^mo��re4-��.r
otherwise excited, if the weather ife-
Jiiains cold for several days,'it tmnaiis
the colony.
The cowpeav-' is^ , sometimes; (sown ,^in
combination with"- other crops'," such" as
corn,' Kaffir";c6rn-and ��� ���sorghumr-
as
for
$fcot!aitfiy*a^e"^^
Few First Class Professionals.
" " ^irJBobert'" Aifiter".sO*f�� f <Si* Inatly- years -
the chief'criminal expert in "Great Britain and until a few years ago in charge,
fof "j^ndou' Scotland ���l'ard| deielires tlmt*
i\\tfieiiAi'tAcbui'es <to specihl a'eats, such as
safe breaking, the men competent for the
.task-are. so'-few that spmevpolice officers
could probably down .the names of them
all'-from memory:      ' ���   ���'���
''On taikiiig charge, <of the criminal in-
y,cstiga^ion\depijrtnie!ut in 1887," , ho
w-itesTn the* Strand, '"'f was no novice
.hi, ^--natters relating to criminals and
erlpie.*" Notwithstanding all .this, to my
supjprise ,j found^myiself credited with a
vajSt amount of ignorance ^>y one of; niy
pripcipartsubord|iiates.      !", ,
"When'tiny'notable crime occurred
���and "f .began to investigate it, a In Sherlock AHohries, he used to listen to me in
tho ..wnyAiuaiiyApeople'���listen,.,to. sermons
.�����-:���..-���.���....���in'.-.������_-_.i ,-i.'    i...-     . i.i_s��_ J,e
SAVED
By Lyd ia E. Plnkhaiti's
���    liollorlvor,Quc;~���� Without X,ytlia
13. rinkliam's Vogotablo, Compound I
���would not bo ftHvo. a Porflvo niontha ,t
had i .painful, , and
���irregular';' period"*
nud inlliunnuvtlon
ot,: the ' tttoruB;   I
oUfCorotlllko a mtir-
tyr and thought
oftoii of death.. ly
ooiiBiiltod two doe*
torn who could do,
nothing* ror mo.   I
wont to 'a hospital,
fttld i\w bent doe-
tora said I nuiBt
BUbmit to an oner-
atlhtt>liih��tttt80lhftd
, 41 tumor.  I wont liaolc homo mucli diH-
: couragod.   Ono of.roiy coiihIub advised
,   mo to tako your'Coniponi}dfHin it Imd
<mVed her.   ,T ,dld po and Boon com-
moricetl tftfewl^better/riud iaiy appotito
cajtne back .with tho first bottle., Now
1 feol'no jpnln arid am cured*   Y<*nt
.,���;. wlnodyiftde^eryijiff oiApmiBo,''���MfB.
^ffiJP r4Tfe��X^��eyrt��,rt/: Bollorivor,
r..U��.w
  _���.       ���         untold
ini��or*j6trom�� fomalo iroubloB, and my
diidtdillaW an'6tVo'r:ttUbw>ftB.'my only
<i��arico, and t dreaded -it almoat *����
inlieh n�� death.   Lydia 13. T��lnkha*m*��
V    ' "* " "   	
>S,<>y,.i-)\/,<y\"AyA
Another Operation Avoided.
aUtWitii";��� Ga. ~"��'I 'miflWred
Vpfffltablo Oompoutul tsomniotolyoured
���mk without an oiwiration/^-^IiWKAV*;
J1);nuy�� l-^.P.D. B.
jTnlvty yeairfbf unparalleled uuccesa
r.iWnrmt.lhe.nowjor.of. J*ydift,,E. PJnk*
*1f^^^VisiW!itablQ Compound lo euro
f61tWl(?*,'fll8WWCBitf'*^"*^^'^'^,t*>f'^^^
criino
one
of his stdek heroes���-'Old Gnrr,' ���VVirth,'
'Sausagei^^lirinipV'P^
Lsoon-found .^hat-nij.-i.pro8aic.;Subordiii*
ato j.y'a^Arigliytjiy .^i-p^t .ncriiiii*s,.ayc.., "the
work of great eriminiilSiAX.y. ,
"Thoro   is Homothing spontaneous and
occasional about tho;, crihies: ,of ,'prrfes-
sionuls.' Take the enso of .a Madder larceny,' for,.-example.','��� While tho family is
at dinner tho houseyiiyentcrcd! by means
ydf: iv ladder ph\ced��Aj*igiiiihBt7 a , bedroom
window, all outer ground floor windows
having baeu fiistijne'd'.fyfromi'outsldo  by
screws or wire or "rope.   ;   Wire's'��� aro
atrbtcliocl neross the lawn to bafflo pursuit iu enso'the thieves are discovered.
A"A case of 'thin kind occurred1   aoino
���jonrs ago at a country houao In Cheshire.    Tho next day brought tho chief
conBtahlo of the county   ��� to .'Scotland
Yard,   Such "a crime, ho , said, was beyond thb ciipftelty of provincial.''pvnctl-
lloneva, and ho expected n�� to find thu
dcllnquonts uinoiig tho crlniiniils on our
list at,tfcbtl-uid Yard.'',:    ���
; ,*'Hu guvq me n vwguo dcHcription of
:iwo'���',;'Btraii'jcrR'.'.wlio hnd boon scoii near
tho house tho. day boforo. An hour, or
two In'tov I luihdcd .liim   thveo   photo-
gmpliH, ��� Two  of  those woro  promptly
hleUtified us tho  mon who, hnd como
undov local ohfieivutloii, and arro��t artd
nnd  conviction followed,     Thoy wero
known ���JiuUlci-' thlovon.
, i "Onco; Di;,.'.Mnx Nordnu called   upon
im*. ��� I'put'hini "typo' ��thath'y' to tho tost.;
I took n coiljiloyof photogrnphH, nndcov*
(iviiig nil hii^ ;thi&;.fi��co of onqh told him
thnt ono ��� wnii tin omlnont public man
and'tho othPV;n-*ji��<rtdrlnUB'criminal.    T
chnllciigod liim to pay whicl- wan  the
typis hut he evaded the tost.
* ''Olio was 'Raymond,, alias Wirth���ono
of tht< nioRt nbloHt oriirilhali* of^'tihioj
..tlio'.other, >vaH\Di'./CompIo, ArphbJBhop of
Wufarbuvy, und If iinythihff tho form*
or'ni ennhteniiiico WrtH moro roploto with
titrcngth'nmV bojicvolence thnt* tho lot*
tor'H.   Jt wns- Raymond who, iitolo .the
f/iinoiiM Oiiliittboiaugh picture, .forAwhloh,
Mr, Agnow had roughly, paid the record
price of ,t;liMW       , >-"v <��) ;.'..'i��. .':'.������> ���
civilization. And now she is inaug
urofinff o constitution, ^.t one Hiom-
ent she even ran at a feminist movement, where, having apparently muddled the whole thing and confused it
with the rational dress movement,
the girls turned out dressed as boys,
for they understood that was what
was done in the west.
No nation can now saw it does not
matter what is happening to another.
Movements are becoming more and
more international. We may speak a
different language to other nations,
we may pride ourselves on<our nation-'
al individuality, but neverthless we
all try to imitate one another. > You
may go from Vladivostock through
Europe to Vancouver and you will
find practicaly the same customs prevailing, the same thoughts in fashion.
Up to a recent date China was absolutely indifferent. Trousers, the"'
garb sacred to masculinity, which
even the most reckless suffragette does
not don, was the common garb of
women folk, and likewise men's
thoughts ran in different lines. Now
all this is changing and China is fast
becoming a member of our civilization. When she does who will be bold
enough to say that fashions originating in China will not spread to the
west?   y*;;- SC" $$
At present, I understand, Paris settles women's fashions, London settles fashions ior men's dress, Berlin
governs military fashions, while New
York is in a fair way to become dominant with regard to mercantie* fashions. The question that naturally
arises to the thinker is., what" part of
the future of the -fashions'- of our civ-
llftiation ..will- China/, influence?
I think Ave may state with assurance the general principle that when
China joins the western civilization
the >,influence of .her.,thought will not
be?! .negligibleV'-' and Wh'aft*- Ii^want" -to
impress is that '""for good * or for evil
China is fast becoming a member of
the great western civilization. Western customs, western thoughts, western vices, and western virtues are
gradually but surely forcing their way
into China.
Tho cry for western learning goes
up far and wide throughout her land.
The old learning which ,has held
China these, thousand years is now
being east, into .the rubbish heap; by
enthusiastic progressives. Good> and
bad. aliko ore being destroyed. -
What one would like to see is a-
certain matter of moderation in the
reform party so that they should try'
to preserve,that which is good in their;
own. The uniting of the- good sides
of tlie civilisation of the east a��d
west is of course a matter of' much,
difficulty. But it is not an impossibility
manner absolutely humorless and say,
"Now, hif I was. obliged to :ang you, I
would"���and then tell how he thought
you could be most artistically hanged.
He absolutely believes that so long as
capital punishment exists in this country, he is a public benefactor, because
he kills as mercifully as is possible under the circumstances. He thinks that
if men would behave themselves his services would not be necessary. On one
point Kadclive holds political views of a
type not unfamiliar in this Province.- i
Some years ago he was ordered to go
to Hull, Quebec, tohaug 'a French-Canadian murderer. Some of the "patriots"
in Montreal had raised a disturbance
over a French-Canadian being hanged at
the brutal hands of an Englishman.
The result was Jhat Radclive's visit was
made the occasion of a hostile demonstration." The-hangman, nothing daunted, walked into a bar-room crowded with
French-Canadians, and remarked to the
bartender that lie would tako the contract of hanging every Frenchman in the
Province of Quebec at a dollar a head.
The mob, literally speaking, "put the
boots to him," and even though he is a
servant of^ a Government of which a
French-Canadian is the head, Uadclive
"ljl\a firin^ibeliever in the theory that
*Q'ii,eTt��e<^is'a meuace to our national future.
THIS WELL-KNOWN
ADVOCATE STATES
��� i j,-1~   -i -*
His, Doctor; Ad vised   H i m
To Take DottTaI Kidney
j.   , ,-r,  yPjIIs, .;.,
And He Found Them to Be AU
They Were Adverttsed-rHow
and    Why
Pills Cure.
Dodd's    Kidney
���-*���'*
Montreal, Que. (Special) ��� "Dodd's
Kidney Pills were recommended" to i te
by our family physician, and I must pay
they have proved to be what they were
advertised."
Tliis statement, made by L. J. R. Hubert, tho well-known advocate, 'if "Jll
James street, is a double tribute to
Dodd's . Kidney Pills. It shows that
they ave recognized by reputable medical men as a peorlcss remedy for diseases of the .Kidneya,and., also that thoy
arc now looked upon as a standard medicine by the best* people in Canada,
v. And the reason of this, is that they ��.lo.
just what they are advertised A to do.
_ .��� Thoy cure diseased Kidneys  and     put
The.;.'best'y.:ahdA''wi8est'A;-''mifisionarles f thpm hi coiidition to,dear all.impurities
  . ...       out of the blood. They euro ,:   Bright'h
Disease,   Diabetes  and  Backache,      because these are Kidney diseased They
..��#'��'*"������
proof I'osrayis....,
H|i"i*p�����How uo you known'iiu t'liuku
��hn'* prfltty"? Ai,- ��� ������' y., ��� ;.
Marjorio���Sim In alwayn auRA-entli-fl* to
freely allow,,that, the wisdom of the
mighty Confucius is not inharmonious
with the gentlo teaching of ths gospel.
Tho union;can bo accomplished; but
ii needB"all"'thought'.and care.
First of all there must be no meting on the:rubbish heap of all tilings
Chinese becauae they are Chinese.
The priceless jewels of Chinese wisdom must be preserved. Secondly,
there must bo built into tho Chinese
culture the higher and finer part of
���mr social system. ��� ',
POINTS ABOUT* JOHN  RADCLlVE.
(Toronto Saturday Night.)
It if not generally known .tliat John
Rndulive, Camuhi's public hiiiiginun, is
���sensitive about tho spelling of his name,
which, iii correctly given in this pitvn-
graph. It piiin�� him to road in tho sen-
sntionnl ���accounts ��� of his master, nchiovo-
nients which curtain newspapers,publish
thnt woro performed by ono "Rndcliffe"
or by somebody .else.'named "Rntcliffc"
Even newspapers which nro enfeful
about, publishing < the mimes of publio
mon Hoom to treat tho spoiling of tho
hnngmnn's name in,a happy-go-lucky
fashion,
In Id's own way RndeUvo Is ii very Ins*
tidious porsoiv hideod,*' It nnnoys nnd
rains him, when tho chosen victim of
ho law suffer* doUth by strangulation,
which involves somo pain, instmtd of tlio
instantiinfloUB *-hre*king',.of. the nock,
which oUmimfti** all U>vti\vo. Sfliuo years
ngo ItadcHvo, j ti. purs'uiiiicffl ,'olt his dnty,
W|is eftllodHpon to hang Frank Leo Rico,
'the'murderer of*Coostnblo <Tohn Boyd.
Tlie youth, good looks and superior canon tion of tho criminal had itrousod noma
sjrn*pathy for hhn, One of the reportors
,-7.who, In anticipation of the prd��nl that
wns boforo hun, had tdheh moro brandy.,
than, was nncosBiwy, ^yon, to /stave; off
tho' ipovitabla horror of a hanging���ro*
iiiiiiUjIukI Kiul��iHv<�� witli the brutality uf
lib culling. Tlio hiingmaii was dooply
hurt, and apn��akd to tlio officer* of the
lav* tui |jioi,uut,iuu ny;ulwiL nuuli iii��iJ��t.��.
Tho writer has listened with a certain
w^|rd  amaxement to llwlcllvo dUcuss
euro Rheumatism, LumbagoA and Heart
Disease, becniifie tliese ai-c caused by im-
purities in the blood that the Kidneys
would , strain out of the blood,; if thoy
;wero' in good working .ordor.AIf you
.haven't used thom yourself, ask your
neighbors about Dodd's Kidney Pills.
,^-��'��   "���''���;.";
Missourion's Burled Gold.
Bqlioving that the spot when John
Gnivln, who died nbout six years ago,
buried' $20,000 hns been located, residents
of Baldwin and Mnnchoster in St. Louis
county aro excited. At tlio! time of Gnl*
vln's death $20,000, which is whs known
ho hnd, could not be located. Friends of
ho dond ninn thought it was .probable
thnt ho had buried the money.    X'y ;
A fow dnys ago, while cutting down, n
treo on tho property, Henry Nlcrc found
an''.iron rod nbout nn inch, in dinihetef
and three,foot in length sticking in the
ground at the foot of the tree, which
ho believed was phiced there as a ��� landmark; Niero scoured nn instrument
whieli will.Jocnte.''metal in tho,ground
and started to conduct a real trcaaure
limit, 'A ��� *
Tho money s supposed to bo,mo��tly in
gold, ''Aldeil by Walter Busch and Chas,
Hooge, Niereslinrtfd.: digging.' for the
trettsure and .'.was* dowii li depth of nearly
ton feet when some one ordered thnt
tho digging ho stopped,   Since that thm-
mysterious lights hnvn been seen iu the
neighborhood nnd It is said some oue
Is digging   ��t nlght.r^St. Louis Glolw^.
.Domoerat.o'v'",' ,;-v >..>���������
���,���;�������,�����,
The Congregation B'nai Jchudah, of
Kansas pity, has come to the assistance
of St1.' George's Episcopal Church at a
time when it has no place of its own
in which to worship. The old St.
Gcoige's building has been sold for a
motion picture show, and the Jewish
congregation has offered the 4 Christian
church the* use of its new temple foV
Sunday evening services during the December. "The action of 'the Jews seems
to me a significant example of modern
church comity," said liev. Cyrus Towns-
end Brady, rector of St. George's. -'-Their
generous offer is the first of the kind
I have heard of."
In an interesting article in the American Hebrew on '"The Shape and Origin
of the Menorah," Dr. Joseph Jacobs advances the novel theory that "the remote
ofigin of the present form of the Menorah was not derived from a tree, but
from the antiers of a stag, which have
the tendency of making their tips on the
same level as one -another, just as in
the Menorah."
A heated debate took place in the
Doiima on the motion.of the Extreme
Right tliat Jews should not be permitted
as justices of the peace iu the reformed lural courts. The Cossack,
deputy, Mr. Karanloff, entered an energetic protest against the resolution,
which he felt obliged to oppose as a
"Russian," a "Christian" and a "Constitutionalist." Bishop Mitrophon,
however, .proclaimed in the Dounia
thai; certain* religious doctrines prohibited , Jews from acting as judges in
Russia.
A London correspondent describes the
undertaking of a party of young Englishmen to search for King Solomon's
Temple, the Ark of the Covenant,
Aaron's rod and the Menorah in the
neighborhood of Jerusalem. A Finnish
engineer is said to have discovered a
cryptogram in the,. Talmud as to the
place where these treasures are hidden,
arid already a gooc^deal of work has been
done towards the, practical demonstration of its veracity or otherwise.
Lilien, the most celebrated exclusively
Jewi-h artist of the day, who only is
about to visit the United States and
give an exhibition of bis work, which
includes a striking black an white illustration of Morris RoaeufieUVs '"Song of
the Cihetio." Lilien is a leader i�� the
movement toward creating a specifically
Jewish art, and has contributed toward
the upbuilding of the Bezalel School in
Jciiiealem.
In the new Kalian Cabinet formed
confines his talents to Jewish subjects
by Baron Sonnino. Sisrnor Luigi Luz-
zatti takes the portfolio of*.Minister of
the Treasury,"which hgijias held in
several previous Cabinets."   w
3")r. Carl Lueger. the anti-Semitic
Mayor of Vienna, is about to tender his
resignation from the position which he
held for the past twelve years. He
has been suffering from an affection of
the eyes for some time, an his physicians make ic imperative upon hhu to
give up all work if he would not,-lose
aiis^^esfgh't^'ntii-elyi^'--''        -     '
Out of" 29,000 insane in Xew York
State, 1,800 are'Jews.
The persistent representations of the
Government of the United States with
reference to the treatment 'of the Am-,
erienn   Jews' in ' Russia  -have   finally*
borne fruit.    The Retch announces that
the Russian   Cabinet 'has already   expressed its willingness...to    permit   all
American    Jewish    subjects   who   left
Russia under the  age  of  fourteen \to.
reside in the country for definite business periods.   The Russian Government
stipulated, however, that, for all political crimes those American' Jews' should
be    punished   in    accordance   with the,
Russian "law. ,       ,  ,    ..
With appropriate ceremonies tho
oorner-stpne of the new, ICasparc. Colin
Hqspital \vas laid on1 Thanksgiving af���
ternooh at Lbs.. Angeles, yCnly AWhou
finished the new hospital will accbinmb.1
date fifty patients. y. .
The/ rector of the University of Denmark, Prbf.Saloiudnsen, is a Jew. Ay"
Rabbiner.. Professor    Dr..    Maybaiun,
,doyen of tlio Rabbinate' in   Berlin, . has
received the Red  Eagle Order,'   iourth:
clnss.  yy ..."���������
.Tin*'Turkish Minister of the Interior,,
Tn hit Bej', hns formulated n project fbi*
Jewish.. immigration into Mesopplnniia,
aud Palestine, Which will bo of great
significance7, to Atlm plnns of, Jewish .'M%'*
tleinchts'lii the Orient. It is stated thnt
this project will soon ho taken up for
coiisiilenition by the Turkish Parliament,
nnd it is expected that as. the result of
this-treatment of tho subject, by 'thb
Turkish Government tho international
Zionlnt congrcBs mny hnvo n changed
polItlcnl; comUtlon to meet., ���. t ,*,
AXot long ago; In tin-/ orosonto' of a
gathering of 1'000 pcrsonH, ii niemoHnl
wns 'set up in7 YekrttevlhoRlnv iii* tho
Jewish cemetery, nt tlm spot where the
scrolls of the law that hud been dew-
ernt-'d in tlu* pogroms of-October, ll)l>."��,
hnd. been burled., ."Tho inscription gives
un account'of'the sn<I'Weiifs,' "nhrl huv������
ml moving atldresses wore made on the
omision. ;.   .-.   ,
A demnnd hns lwen ninile before the
iinhilgrnliou nuthorlties nt Washington
to t'liminate tho word "Hchrcw" from
future <h*sigiintioji*i, nnd h*t Jews lie
kiiriwii un (Jt'i-iiinns, Rus'simiM, AiiHtriuns,
wit'.- ���  ,���'���'.'*.-:. ���      	
In/Ph|ladol|ihiit ovi*r :i,000 people lls-
teiu'd to Rwuhmi Jlrnlniu dwllivr an
iHhlri'Kri in ITfJn'ow. ���      ,   y
With the laying of the 'cornerstone of
thn KiiMparo Colin Hnspitnli Los Angeles,
Cal.,, the iiliuA of jU (puniber of phihm
was alho an honorary M. A. of Harvard,
in which university he had held a professorship  of  history   -ince   1S88,
Tlie Spani-di Government i= said tn
]iav<* plans for founding school-; in
Turkey for tho Sephnrdic Je\v& to spivad.
Spani-h culture.
Herman Weinheinicr. views historic
in his history of the Jews down to tlie
first destruction of Jerusalem., a bouk
or" 188 pages, recently is&ued, in German,
in Berlin.
Cracow i&  to have a Jewish  museum
where   everything of Jewish  interest in
the   large    Galician   city   will   ba    preserved  and exhibited.
..    . ...     .        *
Messrs. de Rothschild Brother-, have
sent to the prefect of the Seine th<-ir
annual gift of a huudrod thousand
1 roues ior distribution aiiioii^r the poor
of Paris towards payment of rent.
The panic imposed heavy burdens on
the United Hebrew Charities of Sfew
York .according to the yearly report ���
just given out, but the society weathered the storm with <i deficit of only
���$-1,400. Expenditures wero $365,000. Aid .
given because of sickness increased from
$87,000 to $137,000.
A Hebrew Free Burial Association has
been incorporated in Paterson, X. .T.
The twelfth volume of Grunwald's
"'Mitteilungen," a record of Jewish folklore, is completed.
Rev. B. Frank, of the Jewish congregation   at   utphen,   Holland,   has     been'
appointed Knight of the Oriinge-Xass.au
Order.    * l
Several petition-,  have  lately  reached,
tho Ministry of War from Rus&o-.tewish ,
subjects   residing  abroad,   who   are   de- -
sirous    of returning to Russia io serve,
their term in the army.
Professor Salomonsen, director of the
German Institute, is the new rector   of
the  Copenhagen University.
 . < �� ��
iiiO s ntnb
ES
!,*i-sy
Read How it Gives the Little Ones Ease.
A most important thing for mothers
to watch is the treatment of rashes,
chafed or chapped places,, etc.   When *'
you put an ointment on to a child's
skin  it gets   into  the  blood  through
the pores just as surely as if you put
it into the child's stomach.   Did you
ever think of that?   How important, >>
therefore,   that   the  salve    or    balm
should   be   pure!   Zsm-Buk   i&  abeo-..
lutely pure;  contains no animal fat; ,
no mineral  coloring matter; no acid ',
astringents; no burning antiseptics��� ,
yet it is antiseptic!   It is purely her-u
Kol        .,��,/J     *U.--. *._      -Il     it.-        . --   1 J"
*-��w,   ami    uiuq   jucctn   till    me   JieeUfe   Ol -J
the skin in that superior way in which "
nature always provides.
_ Mrs.   R.   Gentleman,     of   1090 ' St.'l
James St., Montreal, says: "My two- ���
year-old daughter had eczema for over';'
six months, on face and body. Doctor-'
didn't cure. We tried variousremedies ���.
in vain, but could give the little one.'
no .ease.   When  Zam-Buk  was   tried .-
Ut .was very different.   It soothed the,
pain and the irritation, and the child is
'ceased to scratch.   ^Perseverance witli "'
Zam-Buk  brought  a  complete  cure.":
Mrs. C. W. Bowerbank, of 126 Deni- it-
son  Ave.,   Toronto,   says   her  baby's ���<-
face was covered with a burning erup-I*j
tion.   Little one was terribly pained���>,
scratched, and mado the places verv"
'bad.   Zam-Buk cured. ,     .     -*     ...   t -
rm-.^lifelMV, \hMy Jm*vo .Uidt,ykUW   lbs tctf-t-J-juc -cf his V*-S->?m ar.a \t?,rv
mm *m**mmm
tliroplii. JowInIi jW^Wepts of thnt city Is
uenror,, ,r��al^.at|ijm. i\i|d boforo   Kprln/
tuiloii wlUi ftt&tlll?��"f��> tii
,   (Boston Herald).
Guino Waidun���This di^m* w��w found
dead on your promiwiH, and yot yoi*
deny thnt you killed it?
F3:;::c.y WcrJ, it h"PJ?��.cd.like thf-
My wlfo was throwin* a, iitun at    th*
henii, and' somo way the do#r, whieli
��*'R���'���f**f*d!r.J;,
got hit.
^'^.^.^      It,.....-.......,
nnd  boforo    spring
*rn
tlio   caro  uf
fifty piitleiiti-,
Professor* ClifltlkJJ dro^s, profoMHor of
liidtory nl llarviird, who died in Hosteii,
was n< noted nut lion and xeholnr. Ho
y.VliJ IpjiiAat'JTiwy, N. ,Y��� V��h. lo, l��r*7,
and educated nt the Troy high sohool
and nt .WlUlrtm Collets, ftt.m which ho
�����'������Jv<!il tho de-tree of M, A. Ho then
UUnuled tho Universities of Pnrls,
Her I In  nnd (loottlng-oii, revolving from
,���   ��-!"" -   -r"'!-ki~r. �������������  .J *��i *���'! S*1*.'*1' ���*���� ,���i
study on tho "Ullda Mercatorla.'��    He
Scores .of   similar-^ciases^couldwbe,!.
cited.   Zam-Buk^ should'lie in every
home"/ because it' heals '*s'ores; 'stops
pain, and ends skin diseases. Eczema,   "
itch,      ulcers,- t ba.d . legs,,, noie(&ed * ���
wounds, abscesses; cold*sorev3,'crackfetl   ';
hands, scalp sores, whether in child-   ��
fen or, adults, arc cured- by"Zam��Bufci'S ���"
It is also a cure for piles.   All drug- ,
gists,,and stores, ot 60c.*box;i.br!ipostL
free from ZamrBuk Co., Toronto,, for   *
price.   Send a Onecent s'famp'(to'pay'M '
return, postage) and we will.maiUvQU ���
a free trial box.     *     '       J< - " ' '
ELECTRIC  FANS   \K WtyTEfc,.'.',
Th��y Can be Made to HaSp, tovl^e^t{.
a House as Well as to Coc'j It.  ...
Even though it's 'winter electric" fans '
should not rbe relegated ,to.the "store-   ���
room, says the Edison Monthly, as they
may; serve many purposes during " the
Winter months. ��� fhey ( may (!bc), .usqd to
auvaiitago for obtaining forced draught
in rtho, furnace,, which 'materially aids1 iii
the tiipp required tor,licat:,tlm .rooms of���
n/ housei ���" "''A-.'���*.';: f
! The breeze from an oloctrio fan blow- ���
ing through a radiator,.circularsn tlio
heated air'and gives a1 ihbro evchdis-'
trlbutioo.   Fans -are   ;alsoVlargely >used
in show windows to. prevent: tho accunio-.,
lii tion of frost.   There .rife , many, other"'
purposes,     including ^ventilation,   ior"'
which electric fans can bo used in cold
weather, tand . they - shouldVnot- be considered merely a hot \ycnth'U'i .necessity., .
When quick add Itlohnl heat is wanted ,
in a room it can.be obtained'by menus
of, electric  radiators.    They ore c|ennr
convenient nnd coonomlcnl in operation.
They   may ho   cin*ried'from room -. to- -
room, n�� convenience-dictates, and, it,. Is,,
only iiecessnry to attach 11 cord "* io1 the
nearest lamp socket, cX A ���.���'���--���
In cold winter nights nn electric
heating pad in the bed';adds "grcntly to
the comfort of the sleeper, "(f. properly
ninnnged no aceldb'ntal'burning of bedding, such as' lias licon, krtown1 to bceur;
need "lie feared.
;. ���;     �����<*�����*����� <w--r"t��� ���,-**������ ��� '.���   ������'������yy<
Coal ...".Dust and Fuel;; ^t       5,
Tt la snid thnt nn KnglisTi ��0neern hiv��,
succeeded iii designing a1 holler ' which
succen��fully maUca uso of coal ��� dust os'���'���>
fuel, overcoming oil tho difficulties hore-; y
tofore encountered   with this   material.
In this boiler, according to the    Iron
Ago, a vortical gnu jot iiilet^s eiiiploy<'dr
no eon ��t met wl thnt a mushr^n shaped
flame is produced wlth.hi 41 U��m of ^wter
tnlics which are part of tho stchmipro-
diieing plnnt,' Otlierwiiw:only tltn'ordln-"
ary firebrick<and metal work<are,.em*.
ployed as material.     The   camhiifttiblo ,
mixture enters the fiM nlong the dtuntrnl
nxlfl of tho furnnpe. ���;: The; .contfnuonsi
Ignltjon of the Ineoinlng^trehniof*du��t ,
and nlr Is affeet^l. pflhmrlly by the enveloping sheaf h of the products of'eom^'
bustiou, ond( ignltiea, Is mado ihdepend*
ent of the Inenrtdesivnt IMrkwtiHiX The'���*
furuitce is -Hated toikeep lt����lf clear,of,
slag nt nil rates of comh*u,i'tion,';'A holler
ot this kind linn Iweii in ojieration for
���mtnf-tnonths.   It hns U,>(��0sipwr��i feet
of henting surfnee, with a ulnglo 12*>H*
In/.!, ^nyftiw fed with puh/crlscd ��"����*, hjuI
nlr hy afnu.lKdnw *t hull mill nulverlijer,
Un jcrtkulaU-d onpnnlty .wan, tfihO pomwK
.tif *to^ii i^-r H��ur, hut iiJm*}.-,c-wiiftiUr
;wrV<\* np to Wfity ****-*,��<!��, ��������� ������������������������ftO������������������������������������������������������������������������������0������������ft*'������������'>  With a Local Flavor  K  ��������� ������������������������������������������������*������������������*������ *���������������������������������-������ ������������������������*!>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  J. K. Johnson wont to Nelson on Monday, returning on Wednesday.  Ed. FnU.ames,. assisted by R.McPenk,  has just completed a contract for plosier-  ing a house at PoooftoB.  The HardiTJimes Bsdl tJiab was givea  last, Thursday oven-tag was a suocess'andi  all! -who attandooL xepo.rt having had a  gooditip*������-  S4r, BrjggB, a memtior of the Conycm  Ci^I-umboc Oo., who has been pay'ing  Qroptonia shot* viBit, left on Monday for  tho.Eostt  Mrs. Q*. O. Bodgers. left oa ^Monday's  eostbouiui train for Spokane ��������� whore she  has gout to pay a chart vioctt to her son  Floyd, who is at sohook  Mm. O. O. Rodgers;. mat ompanied by  her ion Floyd, arrived) for jm Spokane on  Thursday last.  "Wo aro in receipt oft ��������� t i0tter from J.  S. Babbit for publfcs-J v*on, whlcb will  appear in next week**   iiBiW5.  Mr. and Mrs. IB;.������ Wilson have moved  from their formons-* JBid0nco in tho Mer-  oontilo block to.titt ������handsome residonco  ott "Wotoxift Avoat   40( owncdby G. Munro.  JT, 0. Skta-aiar j^ Btarted a olothas  clowning and-p-ar o^ing imslMOBB aud guarantee* to,.a^t 0 aatiufaction, Ho has  oponod-npi.tar j&nem in Sam. Hatflold'a  block. ���������  p TfapXrwU M> Auxiliary of tho ProBby-  te-rifftyAn* arch jnurpoeo giving an April  ���������iTpol-na-rr y ln the Mercantile Hall on tho  ovenin������ 0_ April 1. Further notice will  bogW*   a later.   Don't forger tho date,  Z**  . H, B. Hall, th* export dentil*,  of  Grar abrook, -will be in Orsston on  Tucs-  d������? /, Mrtroh 29nd, and will fwuatn a few  sfta-ys only.   All thoss rwitilring work  dono will ploaseeall at tut mtly hour  aad makM appolntmonte.   AU work posl-  tively guaranteed.   Oan b* found at the  ��������� fTr*������ton Hotel.  OnohtwdwdojrgChatham Incubator,  <>������������*?. al tha Crouton Hardware nod  *ra*r_ususo Gv.  PROFESSIONAL  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, lafe and Aooii lent Iasuromoe  REAL EST A'. CE, Eto.  TRAIL  B.C.  CHAS. MOORE, - C.B.  B.C. Lakd Survbyo: a and JUrohmbot  Plans and Sp wiflcations  1 CRESTON  - s.c*  J,  D. ANDERSON  Brshsb   Columbia..   Lakd   Survetoh  Do yOu know ?���������You ean gat beautiful carpet and matting at Coulter's very  reasonable.  TO POULTRY KEEPERS  Get the best laying strain into yonr  flock-���������it pays. 1 have a few pure bred  Rose Comb Black MinorcaA Coskrels for  sale from $2 np, from the famous York  Bros', strain, Minorca specialists, Na-  naimo.���������R. O'B. FitzGerald,-'phone 61.  To show that the Oreston soil will  produce garden produce, Mr. A. Lindley  states that on his block of land last  season he actually raised 1%, tons of to-  Imatoes off half an acre of land.. He also  made a specialty of encumbers, raising  &% dozen per hill, and us there were  1200 hills to the acre and 1% hills to rhe  orate, he grew 1800 grates of cucumbers  to the aero. Ho expects to surpass these  figures this summer with the same vegetables.  \0mBammmBBKOUA  TRAIL -  - B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG ifc CO,  Real Estate and Insuran toe.  CRESTON T      -  i in || 1������iiMinmim,ii'ifinBM������g  THE *������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  HOT  1   JL  V-^     1.  WM. TAYLOR, Manager  CRESTON  -:-    B.C.  3C  B.C.  FOB SALE���������A snap, aa^ ncn as, with  house, barn, chicken houw.'oto., strawberry and raspberry bushes, with in two  miles of Orsiton, very near Er fetonn.  For further particulars apply at t. k*������ He-  view ofllco.  Ssrvlcss Nsxt Sunday*  Presbyterian Church  Services will be hold In  tho   Presbyterian Ohuroh ou Sunday next.    Morn  ing servioe, 11 a.m.;  7.S0 p.m.   Sunday school  T. Q. McLuon, Pastor.  Methodist Churctti  Services on Sunday noxt: "Morning at  It a.m.; Sunday Sohool, M ������,U0 p.m.;  Evening Servioe, 7.00 p.M.  Adult Blblo Clan, 8.80 'JO4.00 pM,  V 3 nuTiM_i_r<nu>, tastsr  Chureh of *i*f land  Divine Servioa in ths* XlfiW SCHOOL*  XIOUQE:-f_������n_euBteflS7vSS&rtlh ICth  (Fifth Holiday iu Lent)������  Matins and Sermon,   tl a.m.; Alios  '"Idlll"   ycJ'OOl-lOUMi',   'it   ?"*!"(   '     lN>*\ri.  song and Sermon, 7.80 pvm.;    'iBiuuiiay  Sohool at Vioar's houao  STRAWBERRY PLANTS  I hnvo propagated for salo, under favorable conditions, fov the first time, li  M. Kellogg Co.'s 1009 strain of thoroughbred pedigree strawberry plants. Sena  tor Dunlops, $10.00 por, thousand, f.o.b.,  "vVynndol, B.C.  Can nlRo supply from 85 to 100 plants  to each customer nt So. por plant, post or  express prepnid, ot the following vnne-  * ������Cbde, Warefleld. Person Sf������/hi,  Beldler. Bcderivaod, Clark Seealwy. J ride  of Michigan, Thompson No. 2. Udy  Thompson, Steven's Late C/t mpion. Cardinal Virginia, and Long fallow.  I udvit-e oxporiwontmg with u low of  these phinlfi in your garden.  O. ,T. -WIGEN, Croston, B.O.  ,    FOR SALE���������Thoroughbred   llrownl  jXiSghom Hens and Oookorels.--U, M.  'Bold.  JOOR SATilfl���������Wook 8,0.88 aevco. Oost  atanetlon salo $100 per aoro.   This laud  i������ m rninutos walk south of depot, Ores-  >nj  ���������������*���������.    ������.w������-,- to������,   Block 7B, [i.i acres, cost nl. uuo Ion  Evening   mtloe,  , xnl������ W P0'1 <W!V0������ 5 "!%'" S "������!!;  lool at >. 80 p,n.      ^UU-f &7vS=^Kct, ^  irn tt SWLiE--*N'o-w Mngoon and Qiv-  on'sL������5������tra*#1)#**ry Plants.   Apply to  BoswolA������ftUoh������BoBW*U 1,,a  von 8ALE-Two dovelopncl fruit  imtiokss *���������' Or*������to������-10 acres aud IH acres  rssnoofcvfOb** ^IIU ���������������*������������ houso and  land on tt-dJ.1**** < 1^>l ^v*1 J"t$n'  Owusrs, OreHo*.������!������ H ������������  1800 lbs,���������Apply ivylo������tsr tow. H. U������*d  Oir������������to������������ B.O.  u<nn SALE���������Tbo famous wonutor  Dunlop 8t������avf)wrry Plwtsi prioesrlghl  Jwlr������Attd������wMiU������r, Orestou, B,Q  Gold Dredges  flMMt-SSJHI.  i TfT-Ti'ff^  Gold  Tlie oteep lulls nnd tugged mountains of die Klondike region (rive  rite to numbcrlcs." r.r.uill oircams, which become (torn time to time  willi the mcltiii" nf tlie ������nowa���������-the clou'dbunt* and heavy rains to  which ihe cr.unlry in nubjucl���������ragin** touent������.  Tho Riimling of tlie giaciuis nnd the croiion of these turbulent  Blreatiu brinjj il.nvn loch, tatid nnd gravel from tlie mountain depth*  ahtl factncusM whevc mnn hail never yet pcrieirated,  Inareuionwlnjri'.luilgeii of Gufd-iJe.-irin-c; Quarts are a prominent  feature in the fo-nHiion, it i-naluml that these force* of Nature thoukl  tear away i|ii'iiililif.i r.f oxi.;t������l;r.^!y rich material.  , Thio procc,������ h:i������ l-.ceti goirw on for age*. The hidden More- ol  Gold away in tlm hillinio inexhaustible, ���������   !  The niali of the loiicnlu ia ro impetuous thnt even boulders of  considerable size, nre homo in their course, und only whon Nature  ' lias ipent herself do dmylinuu rcslin** place..'/..  The broad ci.'i.!'.a���������Ihe wider reaches of the river���������quiet the  tlrenm, nnd tlie Culd, in the form t,i mif-Rots, (-raina and (lakes,  rapidly (.etllcs. Guid in vory heavy���������-heavier limit thb rack itself, ana  once il finds a reatii-'j lylr.c,���������, eifir. down through tlie light surface mud  imd sand until, by force ul Giuvily, il icachcs bed lock,  Where die conn-en of eJreamn have been changed, the richest Placer  Mines nro found in ihcir old hndn,, Dutin the larger, constant stream*,  these rich dcposiln ;i re beyond the reach of merely human agencies.  Il remainu for llic Gold Dredpe--following the heavy Mifraeta  nnd nnttielM nf Gold down through the overlyini" strata in the ban  and bcnchci of tlm livrr, to recover these ttoiei of Gold from the  tiensure-liouto of Naiure.  * The lona arms of the Dredpe, with their cndlesi chains of bucket  scoops, search down, down���������tlitmmli sixty feet of water, sind and  ftivelifneedbe���������imiildioGolJ sediment, nnd finally bed rock itsell,  ofu������ dwctlaid xnil an actual covedet of pure Gold���������tlw ho*rdcJ  *(xumii!������tl������r������ el e^iuri������s������*������a i������ftdi������d  The Gold Drcdfle Ijrinn* "P thin ttmlertal In wkoteistc quantities  ���������treats it with rcicniific ftccurncy to i������ve the fin������������t panicles ol  value���������senamlei iho droii���������nud for tlm first lima hys bare to the hand  of Bawl lists Viruin Gold.  While ptrsonally present on our property ������t Stewart River,  YulcMt Tenitoty. Klondike, S������t>leml>������������ Ist. I aw with my own  wm ��������� tlttn-up from onr first and small* dre-tye, tUrttlag $>I7.50,  ���������iid tikis wts pi������c������a*a only ������ lew d*y������ by anoiUr tUaiHip itforn  lh������������������it^dred-ie������Knoimt!ttttto$l203,86.UGolcl I mw this CUU  catlitrea from tlif t^ld^viBj tf*Ww w ������ Dw-ljt, wmMm lata  Itulljkut^^a solJd.bar of *     ,  With tuert results in sitflit we nre lx������*idin������ ������ve������y -Ifort bs sti tvusty  -J *%,������*!, mMWttinrii DimIi*** m wmV tw, m������t nwiwwrtv.'' .'Thw -summsr,  We control by direct lease from the Canadian Government, Ot*  Hundred and Five (105) miles of Drcdgnble Gravel on the Stewnrt  River, eighty miles from Daw'son City, in the Klondike.   Wc stave  tested tlie gravel thoroughly with Drills, and the results are highly  . aatisbctory. As a matter of fact, the site of our holdhvjs was recognized,  everroefore the Gold Ruth in 1898, to be rich in Gold���������it is   a : ;  .matter of public record that the Gold is there���������but so located as to Isa  : difficult to obtain by any hand method.    And Fifty dredges c*uld'  riot exhaust litis area" in'a Hundred years.  '(With 'r"proposition so rich, the payment of dividends and ths,;;,  continued work of development can easily go hand in hand, .:,.''  '' To hurry this work of development now, we ore marketing Treai* y <  ury Stock in oiir Company;- 1 hrce thousand stockholders, many of Ay  them well-known in the Canadiancountry, are already on ouriVbooks., ,!���������;,';,  This neccasily (or Capital���������a Dredge costs upwards of .$100,000 yA!  ���������furnishes your oppoitunlty lo participate in a wondetfullVilen venture, k >.  Our Company is formed of tlio nick of broad*mindcdbuiinc*l men  ���������Governor Ogilvie, of the Yukon TMrilorv-f*kniwn ������na respected by  the whole Canadian country, ,at its head,   It is eeonbmially nonaged,;  with no salaried officials, no, Bonds, is.nd no PWerred Stool* ���������  But the whole story is told iti our illustrated Pro-f^tu*.  ,'f na  Coupon will bring il to you. , Tho supply l������ jlmlUtd.   Fin ������  mail the Coupon to-day,       ,,   ,.....'   , ,   y ;    J. ;    , 'y',y.  Ooltl Deodgiisaro mnldno tnllllona,  Yukon B&aht Gold Dredglns Co.,  ���������:"'  -Ltd."   '  G. W. Clmwsoid, Trca������.  Fill out and  6���������9 Sonvtract BuJUInij  Winnipejc,   : y  '       Canada  ..-������������������'V     Pleess send  wt.postappr*.  pnld, your torn*  UlustrattdProspHps,  ,i"  elsofiw BookM m Gold  y     Dnigmt* wiih full parlku-  ..������������������' , tars ly tvlurti mall, It It  understood thaii Incur no obtRation  whtUtvtr In maklmg ihh rvqitost.  mmvtA dredgs want oa  ���������Iiwdy ������t woik.,  ���������Ituf** and ttomjpt U������������n il������* fbl-Hwd !���������  ,/���������  Name  >������tt*������"<������**������*s *������������������������������������������***���������* *������������������������ ��������������������������������������������������������� as  * ������.���������*���������������������������������������������������������.  Addrtss  ������������������������������a������a������a������������������������*������r*>������������->������������*������.^������****'*^**������**y������������*^������*������������**������������*i   mm HWni  aat-aa-awlastii  S  ������������������������������������������������������**���������*������������������������***'  aJhstSMi  ***mm#mm+m*i*!*  i������������^aa������a������W-*������**������Mw������������*Naasa^^a(i-Hi������asSlSMiSl������*>aSSi  >sssssssssssst  mg*  :A  m  A  i  M  Al  ;  ���������I  4  I  -a

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