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 i   f������ kVi*'i-in,..^ v"   i.i"    ,���������>-i^r ;, 5"^. r-Vi f-r? ,iUcit;'���������,^'^H-i,7",P ^vyA ;-���������  , ���������*.   ^-:- \ - -   ,-.    ,        -,   ',",   ' ''<*V<^V/-/C*V*-y*  ."'.    "-  feji-j^rin^M  tfSSQS!  Jj&^MdS^*&*KT\ntKLmhm*m\nmw\mim Z~ ti  *94- ���������������������*������'  *i?������Mon  a-aa^AURoads  in East and West  Kootenay  Lead  to  Creston  V  ���������** &���������a 'y.-AS?..  "ST  WWl^i'.*'***  v?v  <-*- * t ". -'  {  \ / \-/ Address fer  Y     V       -���������  $2.00* Yew  i*.*      ������i'm  CRESTON, B.C.; FRIDAY,  DEC. 17, 1909  ���������p  SlNGtE COPIBS 5C.  m on a as.  ���������  /Sben's ^Department  S"������H ������^ m a aa a a ak a gft fj. t* fiftail&fl...^,  I a a a 1 a ft K������i������lMti������i������i3������������ilfii  rocenes  Habies* Department  ���������  ���������  - Men's Coat Sweaters'and  Fancy ^ests* .  Fancy Cartoon, consisting of Silk  Braces, Garters* and Sleeve Holders.  s  -3  l  ���������-  %A.  Crochet Silk Ties in Assorted Colors.     j������wtff!  Molasses  ���������  Hen's Lsn@n, Silk and Excelda  Handkerchiefs:.  Men's Fine Gloves and Mufflers  Men's Fancy Braces in Cartoon  Cigars put up in ^Box specially for Xmas  Pipes in Case, $3*50 io $4.50  Men's Feit Slippers  Malaga Grapes ....        ....        25c. per lb.    j  I .Fresh Cape Cod Cranberries ....     20c. per lb.  Icing Sugar      ....-'      ....        ....    2lb. for 35c.  Shelled Almonds and "Walnuts   .   50c. per lb.  Mxd. Citron, Lemon & Orange Peel 25c.  "  I      i  A   (T   A    li  ;ftf^f*\J   McLaren's Cheese  " 1  Wethey's Mincemeat    ...  Clover Honey  Sultana Raisins ....  Smyrna Figs         Cooking Figs        Fresh Cleaned Currant..  Fancy Seeded Raisins .,  Layer Raisins i ,-..,  wmmmimiiim  T  **>-<  r*??  2lb, tin for 20c.    |������  ....    35c. per lb.  ...   2lb. for 25c.    j  t6oz,, 35c  ....    15c. per lb.  ...    15c    "  ...   2lb. for 25c.  ...    sib.    "  ... ��������� 2lb.    "' "  ...   lib. for 20c.  EWWM  j      Assortment of Fine China .    j  Ladies' Kid Gloves and Gauntlet Gloves   g  Silk Embroidery Handkerchiefs and  Silk Fascinators.  Christmas Greeting Handkerchiefs  Assortment of Battenburg and Drawn Work  Five o'clock Covers  t  Stamped Afternoon Aprons  Stamped Five o'clock Covers  Stamped Sofa Pillow Tops  -* .  Ladies' Felt (Romeo) Slippers  PHOTO FRAMES and 'BOOK COVERS  ���������  ���������  1 {General  ** A  ���������V  tfi   1"  ).  IS   ^VJlVllIN  US  -a-<--*i  > * 1,  We have a More Complete Stock in the different departments than ever before.  f)  1 ���������  f ���������*!  i.  '*.',*  3fn (Btocetie^ we bouobt nofMng but tbe  Cboicest on tbe flftavket  New Season's Currants, Seeded Sullaua and Layer Raisins  ���������   Shelled Walnuts' and Almonds, Lemon, Orange  and Citron Pe-els, Wethey's Mincement  (granges and Apples. Also a Nice Line of Candies.  mas iSbteeents  Creston Souvenir Cushion Covers  Fancy Cups and Saucers  Chocolate and Tea Sets in dainty patterns  Fine Drawing Room Lamps in Old English Nickel and Polished   Brass  Pocket "Knives and Razors  I  - vA;;We'hav6'a:'nice' Utt������ of Neckties, in various shapes and colors.    Shirts,  Socks, Handkerchiefs, Gloves,  Stetson  Hats, which make very acceptable  ���������A-?x:2IJBiM -yX/'XX'" "���������'���������������������������������������������'���������   " :'x:x.  ���������-'���������v-'.-,:;.:V"^'���������i^^^^V.'!Fa���������il,ey 'Swibiiv'-Htabt-Mdered Handkerchiefs worth 350.  ���������.;������������������:;���������������������������; A-v..<������������������ ��������� ���������;AA'y,v^-"..y'A-,,,y,.yy--w^ich''we.are;-sellingfor-jsc.'-a\ ������������������' -i..';'.;���������  '     '" '       '       '' ,'''''      ��������� '������������������"������������������-.   'V," ,.���������'���������' ,-���������    '   '.' '"���������      ���������  ,','>     ������������������    ',  , -..'",���������-,���������   !-     "      ''        --:' -, ���������  I   '   *���������'       ,''''  Shoes  We are agents for the Famous WALK-OVER Brand, also the SLATER  Shoe   We also carry a full line of Malte$e���������Cross Rubbers,  We carry tlie H;B. K. and CLARK*5, and bur prices are right  Don*t forget that we carry a full Hue when you are iu need of anything in  this Department.  ,1      '1 I ������������������     ��������� ���������   -      ��������� ������MII -,-���������      'Il II ,      ��������� I     ||,       .,,.  We also carry a full stock of OOILVIE'S   ROYAL   HOUSEHOLD 1  FLOUR* the BEST on the market, in 249, 49s and 98s,,  V'. '���������  ing  you to get a  ������c xion 1 ...^..^..-.^....^Ay..^^  wm  ������������������'��������� ,t-   .,.- ���������  LTHi?:   CRESTON   HE V^IEW.  *���������������  I-.'*"  ftfj*  ^S^" ,^r   <Wb?  to suppress the hips and even the bust,  a rid to give to the figure a straight ef-  I foci.  I'oi the tunic gown the sleeves aTe  long and small, although some of tlie  stuaitcst ones have a little fullness at  the elbow. " The most startling thing is  that many arc made of a combination  of chiffon or gauze, and are semi-transparent, comirg well down to the wrist.  '.There is enough of gaiioon and braid and  solid material added to give them countenance, but the chiffon sleeve is the  thin-*-, even in plain street costume.  And one says after thinking it over,  why not? They arc certainly m6st becoming, and then it is easy to put the  coal sleeve uvar the'tii. Vor the description of the tunic dress is not complete  The one-piece gown, "���������whether" on the  Empire, Directoive or' Princess order, has  been rather relegated to. the .background  of !-;te.- but'none the less it is considered tssential at this time of yeer to  have a gown with skirt'."and; waist to  match in preference to the fancy silk  lace or chiffon blouse,' with a skirt of  different material if of the same coloi\  These between season gowns are alv  ways attractive and most'practical, it is  contended by the woman who makes  dress a study���������practical because they  c'an-be worn for so many different occasions and also prevent the ���������wearing' of  the street gown in the house,;;,a most  extra vgagant and foolish act. which was  once considered economical,.arifi;^ Pri*������~  tieal.    There are manv different*'models  lace tmdcrsleeves, and the gown finished  with a tight girdle of the same soft  satin, the whole carried out in an eSv  quisile shade ot golden yellow, makes a  most simple yet an exceptionally effective gown. - . '   ,- y A  Changeable- silksAandAall queer, unusual shades areymuchAiri demand for all  styles of house dress this winter. Dai*]*''.  colors y-grpdotninate,. and strange bluish  greets,: with aysuggegtibn of puiplo in  their compositioniiAseeni to be most popular. Dull reds^and;pinks and some few  shades of yellow;gold and brown aie.-'to  be worn in clothAas "well as sik aud chiffon, but blue is unquestionably the VES*  vailing toneAof the "winter. Aud, as*^fr-  ual when any one color is especially fashionable, new shades.,of it appear ^that  were hitherto unknown,or forgotten; and  new combinations are attempted which  would "atanother .isnieAQave been though*;  quite too 'conspiciiptis, but are r.ow look-i  ed uponAfrbin a different standpoint and  acknowledged  to harmonize  well.  Strange to say, however, black is seen  more than anything- else iu combination  ���������or is it contrast?���������-with the nowy.brilliant'- and deep blue tones, whosenumA  bers are constantly increasing. In fact,  very deep blue trimmed. exclusively  with black bids fair t^o take the place of  the all black gown which "only a year  ago was considered an essential corn-.*  poucnt of ovory winter *Sktfit, even of  the debutante's trousseau. Electric blue,  sapphire blue, Japanese blue and a score  of other tones���������all v in faict, except the  too ordinary; "'navy'*';bhie ���������are now popular, and in this range of color it is  surely, possible, for every ouo' to find  someATCcbmiTig; tone, be she blonde    or  own, but by giving money to distressed  cavaliers she died comparatively poor.  Her death took place in?Jiily. 1659, and  she was laid to rest in-St. "Bridget's.���������  From the Millgatc Monthly.":  SOME NEW ^MATERIALS.  There has been a curious revival this  season on Harious fabrics, w'oven with a  moire finish, prominent among which is  that moire antique silk which in another  and much harsher formAvvas the delight  of our great gra-iidmbthersyat a time  when.' the. siltf gowi that would "stand  alyney was- looked upoti as a specially  desirable garment. A We have changed,  all that, ; however;ynbw, and the new  , . , ,      moire silks are of the softest and most,  dress is not complete   ^)pie^indt^]ii^y0tAthemselves  into^  added  to it tic  long,    ti,V loveliesr^odfinmgiliable.       They  ido  coat.      This com-   h|VV{) jH,en dvml, too, in some exception-;  ally beautifulcolpxiMgi.Jiolh for day and  oyotfing Svcar;" nndA*fch^^vill^ljoAlaT^ly  used not only for dinner gowns and  evening cloaks, ylnit also for smart nf tor-"  nobbyfrp'cka-A and Ainyuarky Colors, for  taifpr-ihado *cpat3 lihtl 'skirts.  Aniong tho now silks thero aro some  very lovely erepons, which are mado in  a double "width, and in nil the new  shades. -'A; ..-....,  yi���������  ���������".' - .������ > *> ' ~ ������y.  until we have  straight   tailor-ma  pletes the costume.  The pullback overskir't.'Awliich'is often  of  a  thinner  material   than  the  gown  and there "is a tendency to draw in the  drapery closely under the knees at the  back, and often tbe. gathers tire hidden  ���������by a huge bow of black ribbon. This  tunic gown ha<- tbe effect of a wide scarf  tied about the loins after tho fashion of  that name.  BARBA1UC NECKLACES.  Kverv one seems anxious to Hci-un-"  these, "whether of gold- with baroque  pearls- suspended, or with a largo matr*"**,  turquoise in the, centre. Egyptian designs and Jananeso both have their following���������emuneled iris, KgypUon Hgurea  and animals * being much prizod. Silver  plato united by jade is another notion.  '-Chains for the waist aa well as the nedc  are not to be despised. Somo of these  tt'ke the form ot gold ov silver girldes.  Ayith jewels introduced, and pendants of  In IMS hmili.  for this stvle of cowti. some much morel brunette, and uo matter what her type.  With   the   absolute  change   in      line  and  style  of dress   naturally; materials  have uadergoiio a change since last year  and  in  place of the too clinging sheer  textures there are silks with some natural thickness and body to them and a  retaxa   to  the old  silk  poplins,:. gVena-  dtses aud   heavier crepes.   The  lightest  weight cloths will still b? used this year,  sat for house gowns and elaborate recep-  _    tic a costumes only, since street suits this  invoriaWv  such  as  are  adapted "te    .T*a.f ^e of heavy  serge or ^homespun  ���������*���������������������������- -    ���������       -     -        while   y������lvct, corduroy,  chrfion,   velvet  elaborate than others, but- each with a  distinct charm and individuality. No  one material is obligatory, but the  lighter fabrics, suchas \silk. atin, crepe  de ;.c'2'ine. chiffon, voile and lightweight  cloth, are, as a rule, chosen in prefer-  cnoe to the,heavierAinateriafe^ 'There is  an excellent Area'^nAAFor thisr thiffc th?  gowns are intended to be worn only in  the house and should not be made too  warm or heavy. a!nd the models chosen  the   more   graceful    draped   or   simpler  styles.  A  Tho new skirts are most marked in  these-simple gowns, the round, full skirt  being at the moment most popular. It  cannot truthfully be stated that these  new skirts are either beautiful or becoming, for there is little grace of line  in a skirt that just escapes or just  touches the floor evenly all around. And  yet this is the model which is most in  evidence among the newest French  hoit=?n gowns, and it remains to be seen  jtrsb how long the fashion will continue  to enjoy its present vogue.  But, of course, any model > cart v be  always modified, and often only a slight  clon������-tlion. a few inches, perhaps, in the  ctMitrc of the. back of the skirt, will  rentier''the gown tit once becoming and  of graceful line. It is this knowing how-  to ndant the exaggerated falfl? and fashion." of the moment to giv<?-best effect  for tin* individual without at the same  time interfering in any way with the  original design of the costume which  luivWs up tlio art of dress. _  '���������'hi"! new skirls are indeed curiously  different from any skirts hitherto fiecn  in liotise frowns of nny dofwription, and  down to the most minute detail arc unlike tlio same style of .dress of a year  ago. Where the .material wn������ scant before, it is now employed'in extravagant  fulness, arid where it was formerly the  ambition of nil to give the nppearnnee of  the greatest possible height and slendcr-  nesF, to-day broad bands about the centre of the skirt break its lines and at  once tend to shorten, the figure. Once  more soft, dainty folds and flounces  hnvo iiikeri th:' p'liicc of long, clinging  di-api'i-W'S. and tiie statuesque type of  beauty lin*- been replaced by a vogue  for tin' |V*litc.  I'lr.'Uinnto'y   tin**    \vai>t   line  more to be  for it i* a well nipfli imp'  ii x'nirl: skirt that is made on Empire  linen to be graceful. Soft ribbon girdlce  or il raped tight holts of the material  it self give a pretty finish to the simply  iltnp'd wiii-dx, while below this 1h-U tlie  Ki-irt itself is frequently laid about the  lii-i- i*i plaiU-ji or even shirri.iv.-, in or<li*r  di !, tve nil the miiteria! pa'sible from  lwhiw the knees, wlier* ev.ry s-^ivt niu-t  now  he decidedly  t'uil  once  more.  After nil, there is Hornething peculiarly attractive in a  light pi"tc 'or chiffon  "tcxtiuo   which   U    k'fli* tiufiieieiitly   full  to fall  ratura'.ly  into snf;   f:>h1.s of    itu  own.   And  thia  i**  the effec".   i.uuglit in  uii   gtuden   oi   iit.Ui-.i--   go'.vii*!   at   pivi.t'iit,.  Ivight but not too thin o'JI'N are .-elected  which, if made up in Mint th*> right way,  wiil   <*!rape   Mtemselvc-i > gracefully   over  ���������Mink1   -.���������'inin   i!-'di'**l:irt   ami   ni;i:i;*:'  lit-  t!v,  A"' any   .-.ii'.-i.-le   ,'v'u-r.mei-t.     \\'!iih.  vonie   iji* ���������*lh.:i'*>   hlcirth   nv.*.'   very   !>velt  trimn*'*:!. other* again dcmer.d it-ile'v \:;i-  nii th.* draping of the lextu*-** il-e!;' :���������  i1  ��������� '!>..*' !i:.e tints ;*-ivo������ for "f.A'c!.   'i* :  : ',   <V.':e '.    - ������������������ !.'.��������� '���������"r:-. '��������� ��������� *���������'.-:"���������''  i.al!y every  model  a  lun.l of B.Uiii,    <ii  l.-Kv', if ribbon, of lobied eh:ffo*i or .hi-  hapii ������)f cloth, which,  laid  about.      the  eoritre   of   the   wltirt   over   the       Itneen,  just.   Lreruku  the  line,   and,   inili'ht dmic  with  infinite caro  in  lira placing, thia  bii'd f-ff^ct v/ill l*������������l to make l!i������ wioht  ������'liai':r.iii|������ gown unbecominir t^i the  fi|*;-  III e.  Un.. fnvoiitti fttyle of Mcirt ctiinij.'tii of  :u. v.rider���������'������������������irt p'fiii' and elo^e fitt:n(i*,  over whieli are <lrep������������l two pieeei, <������f ^nfl  ~:>ti;i or ehirfmi. Ollfl JlillCC. I*.ll������r1 illJJ III  I be icntte front and fallint'* j"������.t below the Uneeii, ������k enught up looM'ly ill,  Ih" r ���������iiUn hmU ; th.' other p\w, er'^'dng  *'\'������ in \,m'V nnd front, in looped up on  the nile in ������������������li������ fittne wny n<* tlie lirei,  A- ������lrn|i4*������l wnii.*, u^iijixK "i*'- tl" 1""1"  Hr.'������. Villi V hhaned vt.ke buck and front  of i'-- :��������� !:tcc, th'* flcev'"i p'"* 0"**'''"*'  Uu; loojsed up cttocl over tifyhk Mtin*r  and  velveteen are  all  smart  forylafter-  noon. -;���������������������������.-���������-   '��������� ...'Ay^A-jSy';'.  Cloth house gowns, it is true, show  but little of the cloth itself, AfpryAthe  waist is composed almost entirely of .embroidery, lace and chiffon; while Athe  skirt itself ii frequently hidden byy an  ovcrskirt of draped or looped upAchif-  fou. Many cloth skirts are actually shirred about the waist and hips���������-aAchahge  intjecd from the gowns of twelve months  back. ���������   . "������������������ A--A -'-*  Velvet, like cloth, is not a sensible or  practical texture for house wear,AA but  w*|h>a waist composed to a .'iarge*;-;'--^-  teht of chiffon and the velvet 6r velveteen itself of but very light welghti thfe  new velvet house gown need not be .really "uacoafortable. Satin charoieu&eAftnd  heavy qualities of crepe de Chirieyyand  also thevnew, somewhat..heavy, silks in  dark shades are the favorite:*.textures  ..for elaborate afternoon house dresses.  Naturally not every mortal canAhave  her skirts full at the waist line and hips,  and.the deep yoke skirts with material  flaring from below the band abouti ? tjiio  knees is every bit as up to.'date*'als the  fullest cloth model, and sure to bo reore  becoming. Full rather than flaring,  theso now skirts give no effect of the  flaring skirt of about five years back,  but, cut to just clear the ground ���������������*.��������� just  touch all around, they givo to the figure a singularly straight up <i,nd down,  rather unattractive, round look that is  fortunately being rapidly modified and  improved upon as each now model Jb studied and ad anted.  -���������A. T. Asfiraoro, iii N. Y. Herald.  GIRL'SArr^RTY FROOK..,  A charming party dress for the girl  of 10 is niade of pale ecru lansdowne  and Venice Alabe, with short sleeves  and low  cut -round neck.  With this little dress may; beA'made,  a high-necked, long-sleeved guiihpe  of the lace used in the dreBS. >-a  INDIA'S   UNREST.  Why  It Should" Be PutADown to the  Crodit  Side  of Britain's  Accounty  India has been passing through a period of unwonted turn wit' and commotion.  She has seen a great and a not unjustifiable popular agitation against the division bf Bengal''.'.into, two provinbes; She  has scon a vehement and at times; a violent demand on tho part of the educated  classes for more power and influence.  She has seen British officials murdered,  British goods boycotted, the alienation  ���������between, rulers'.ad' ruled deepen ; into  overt; hostility and hostility develop into,  sedition. She has seen the expending  force of native opinion and ambitions  beating upon a devoted, hard-working,  but rather rigid and complacent bureaucracy. She has seen the propaganda, of  the bomb and the knife countered by  stem strokes'.of repression. She has felt  vaguely the reflex thrill of the triumphs of Japan. Sho has become dimly  aware of a something that may in time  prove to be the beginnings of a sense of  cc-liectiye unity a.laong her variegated  millions.  But by far the larger part of all   this  unrest is to be put down     to the crodit  side of the British aMoii^nt.   Alt is the result of the peace and security that British rule has brought with it.    It      is  the result of the British policy of educating the natives not merely in the learning and sciences of the West, but      in  those ideals of libertywhichiare 'enshrined in British history. It.is the .result of  [ the British policy of training     the na-  j tives in the principles andpractice     of  self-government. It is the result ','bf,*���������' thte  intellectual irrigation of a native press  that could not exist without Britishycon-  sent, and that has rarely been interfered with* evenwheh most anti-Bi'ifcishA, in  tone.Alfr is the result, tpo> of the/A inters  course which; the railroads have A mado  possible' and of the comihon ahediuin:  of  understanding which they polyglot peb^i  pies of India, or at least the literate among them, are discovering inthe English  language. All these factors nave produced their inevitable result. ���������    They   haVe  created  ajneng the educatk>d  <'*sses   ,*������,  fervent and legitimate desire to take a  yet larger and more effective share A.ih  ordering their A affairs:���������From A- .Sydne"jT. .���������  Brooks' "British: Ride irtAl&aia" in i|hey  October Century. v  *���������--X���������-������ > ������. '' ������������������- ���������-  GRACEFUi: PICTURE; HATi^   ���������������������������������������������"���������--���������-"    ���������   ������������������ --���������   -fj^^-.y  ���������f "���������:  -.-*'^"' ���������  one  Large drooping. hats are always Ain  S^oA "styleX for A dressy ���������sw^r.y:Thi-3 y-  is  made   of Aheavy   silk.   Bsneatlv the brim on one side js  placedya A"  iter of .tiny/silk .rQsesyand Afoliagef-Si^vhich'":if  '- ::���������'-**'   ^"*"~*:"    *~-^ -���������**���������  utVnlA shaded   willow   plumes   a  the only trimmingA necessary, ab out; t he'Acro wnA  ��������� ' vy���������'������������������>���������-;< :-yy������y<?������X'i^yy-^x:yr:^  bluster of .tiny silk .rQs'es  and * f oliageJ|#hich  is A a :most;y: artistic  BeautVulA shaded   willow yblumes yadd to the' charm:';pf this'.liatyfarid supfely  xx^-:  xxmy.  IX^MWM-  r^JB, ^J������ fat \H ^  .^.v::������������������..   ������������������ ~Si ' **,.  ^y* :-'���������"���������# - '������������������'.  ���������������������������������������������,'a.i.'  ..^W*  'zkZil  J.  ;*8   A'���������������������������   ':���������'" .IV: ;*:-,'--:---vsrso ^���������*B*J-v-y::-*aA*MA *B A ��������� ��������� -������������������ac"   :M    ���������    ���������-  luluvicexui, rkusaixiciiuvuauuMetjii o  .-.���������������������������������������������������������������������.-��������� ���������'*.-���������-   ���������   i^-a-S*^--^^^-^--!*"'  ot tamer  Ri>yal Seat  ���������,?���������������������������������.���������  /:  l'-,"- y: A*-*������a*i;-.i;yATi:ff.;A'y  Goms tiEiaii nis������  y*.-f-,v y.-?y -;a  &;������������$%;&���������  X^-^  Further  details are  now   in hand" of j of the first dynasty, whichiwas probably  the striking discoveries ihado';uponA the    used byy^g :2er for^ seeing his y^wjne  y-. ���������"   .-;, ���������      v     - ; i   y'       Ai*       'r.>-  vessel. ��������� An example of this jar sealing  site of the palace      fortress ot ancient    !=   .,;���������;���������j' t.uUi,���������' imj������������������j&^  palae  l^bylbTa'yby^heySerman excayatorsAni-  'derA.the direction of ADr.Koldeway.A Beneath they ; great, mound khowny to -thci  ' .modfern '��������� Arab population as, El ,K  ?'thet> castle," which rises above the phiin  of the Euphrates, h-asA,been-- found tht*-  palace of,' Nebuchadnezzar. yA A X; ���������; * | -^   -  ���������'���������������������������  The London yTimes in describing   the  discoveries,' ���������sa.ysiyAA AA:"   A ''.-"v"'*'."'.'  "Years of labor ywill _ still be reiquired?  to trace- the .grpundyplanAqfA^^^  acd ybuildings ; adjaceiifey to y^nd ���������-;-%rp-;  teeiting the royal;dweilirig, built hyA^eb"-'  uchadnezza:x a^boycy the,;lessAsjdendidyediA  ficeAof his*- fatlier,y NpbopblassarAAAyBut;  the great irregular 'enclosureA Svhich has  already  been  laidyhareA contains Aspeci-,  mens of a*rdiite������������ti^eywWchy amply^ilius^;  trate the magnitude of 'tliillpn^sA^rkA  Otic of theAouterAwalls^y for e^tnple^ Jjs^  Ambre������������������-than twehty^fquT- r^ftrdt3AthickA;35teA  sides the;palace AAi.buiJdmgsi ].������������������;.^nth;ivtl*ie'^  g* ea t: obi qngAhalli; ywitl**yyi^  end to contain a";\tjhrpHe;,^yh'lcii*;isy'su^'"  posedyto  have ybeenA the scene  of; Bel-  shi.zzar's feast;'a��������� conspicuous -feature'.;of'.  the excavations is the sp-������illed '^sacred'-  way" which leads along the eaist side bf  tiio palace ��������� to the ttsriiple of tile Goddess;  rslitar, crossed by-. the great gate which  was .heighened*.h^ yN^  ���������p*A';Mve'*1*i*iri^  et|,the road inyhissuM  HIT.  cly   tin*    waii-t   line   i-i   once  > seen in its natural position,  well nigh impVs-iblo task for  vta^TiBSs?.  than  -i  i\?;  in;*:s.  ; The Fads 'W^'Faeh ion # XXyX;yii  Old red,w a prime,,favorite with,b3tack:,  ; Never iias'A laceyheeiiy ������b A umvei^ixny;  used. ��������� -y \, -i ���������, ���������       ���������:   .  y,y  Yellow is  moro  to  ha seen  than for  years.  Grays are  to  bo  fasihioiiahlc.  SniJiUl  buttons uro  more uned  large ones.  Kul'l tones generally are soft, dull, and  faded.  Pockets in motoruig coats and ulsfcuvs  are huge. ,.  Crrccn belts arc stylish.'  Close    fitting    stylos    will    continui  through tlio winter.  Long coats of the, mor^t elaburato nature tno fieen. V       ., ������������������  Colored embroidery qutcrs into  much  oJ thu iww neckwear.   '.,  11-ip.i    nro    slightly mflro crnph'.iai'zoil  than in the summer, style**,  Wrnpi- are growing more decorutivo.  The niuv cavalier hat is coming out In  l'iirg-3 anil liieiliuni  Hi/.iw.  Cot'iic fuathei'ri will bo popular on the  early fall millinery.  Striped stilts nro in favor, but the effects are indefinite.       .  Tho pink and blue gowns of tha Louh  periods nre dun for it revival.  Tlva sojiuriitn coat i.i to ho fur nvnre  Impoititiit than for several yeuiM,  The luttst in underwear is of Me������s:iHi'i-'  silk in dajnly Prcisdon pattern*.,    "     ,'  fllrdh'H nnd dog cojlmvi mado of out  Jat null heads nro exceedingly Hmai't.  FIRST ENGLISH WOMAN SMOKER  THE LATEST STYLE.  ski in* ktvlk vou autumn wkah.  Hulls will be full nl the bottom, but  pitHeil liiit'K by mci'Hliiili in n iiiuiiiinr  whieli Ihreiilctirt ii. rel urn to the vt'i'itu*  die   |iullli,ii I,   mill  the   <.'rv(iiiii  bend.  Hut tlie l.tinie gown in thn tlilii*'- Hint,  ���������m. tlieie i*i ii full Hltii'l, iitiiiln with ii nort  t.f over tuiile,   whieli  I'unim   the bndiein  ,.i. i  /.i  i.vi'r  the  f'lll  <t iti Tl'i".������' liinii'M lire in.'iilc Heiint, nnd  in������ druwii buck fight, mid hi htrniglil.  lliei* over tii- hi|"'. The buck fiill* tn  pei Ji-ftly Hlmigiit iiiium, and all in done  Woo An   Export    Swordowoman    and  SotY-iothlng of n Highway Robber,  A Mary Frith, h;'ttor kiiotvn ftM Moil Cut-  nunu>, was ������ mitable figuro iu ,ilil -Inie  London life,    slie had tlio reput-iln it of  being the I'ii'nt wum.in to -un.>k.) toh.tco  liv Knglniid.  'J'lm .A'.iitrth of lier d.iy*vin it, dl-Hiuitcd  poiiit, in*,t it rtiit>in������t eertain that slie it-  taliK-il the nn*'* of tiver threeioiii'i you^  ���������and ten, it i*������ HM-H:it*.*d that coil-scan'.  iinrokiii'i; pro.ougt'd h',-r Hfi*. A pnrtiviit  rcpj'eiteiitlng her iu Uw net nf i*nii>Ki>iu  fonm th:i fionti-ipieei! of *M'.il(l|r-t������>l'*J.  roniedy of tlii- ������������������Roiirhig ���������fjlrl." Sliu nlno.  (igiir.'i* In other piny* of tlm period*    ���������  Mary wuh tint diuiglilnr of a idKitiin.'iIf ������r  Jlvlng in tho Ibtrblean, and -Mntonr ji������������i������-  15R-I uh the dnte of lier birth.' Sim 'Hii'l*.  took to wicked way.*} and Wiium n .-���������������*������*4������-;l  "liighwiiyniaii." Among her f.vnilli.u  fiietiils were Um ii'iUrliiils (.'.i.j'l;tlli llhi.'  and Richard llnniiiiin. -Rlu* waft nu <"*<���������  pert itw.iithwoiiMii. Single h'tiuleil ������������������������'*���������  ro-bbed nn HouiihIow llivith (ion, F.tlrfiN  of 'JtK) gold jnonbiiHiM, HhimUri.-i 'hint  throngli the ivrtn and killln.ur two of hi*  3.'.-..:*,'-..'���������,���������: or. v,-lil''l! bit mervunt i teerr* vbl  lug. For the offenett nbo wad coriiMiltli'd  to Now-jute, hut tfii payimr ttii> uonoinj.),  ^rtrn<l ������h������ eht'ilned  li**-***  Mlrrtv.  At ottotiiuu Abuy Iuul iii,0ii\> at hiu  Worth Knowing^,41 ;$:���������  A ne\v'!��������� usfe for the.m'eclianical tojra'  sold On the ftreets and.iin the Mops" is;  suggested' in-H, recent niimber-iof'orie. of  .tha.hpusehold-ymflgazines,,. At "a child's  ��������� party' ths-toys'���������w'Cire*raced-UyHheAsmixll  guests,. a handsome' silk pennant going  to tlie:child whoso^t**^ won':*This might  be made an amusing feature of a���������'grovrn-.  up party, each guest bringing his own  toy, and, of course, trying to select an  especially rapid one; They might be  raced for prizes, or partners, or tables,  if the party included ^progressive ganxe  of cards. The veiy absurdity of the proceeding .would make it interesting.  The easiest and best way to' clenhi a  galvanized iron sink which has boon moro  or less neglected, is to duU strong soap  powder into every corner and pver every  inch oi surface. Lot it remain on for 10  orTlo minutes, then with a stout brush  go ovvir the whole, dipping tho brush into boiling water. When the sink is thoroughly scrubbed, polish it with kerosene,  nibbing the oil into tho iron and leaving  no residue or groaso behind.' Tho koro-  snne prevents it from rusting after the  strong soap powder and boiling water  uro used. Caro.must bo takon that tho  painted woodwork nround tho sink docs  not como into contact with tho powder,  as it may oat off tho paint. Tho kitchen  sink should be cleaned as thoroughly ns  thin twice a woook, and every day cure-  fully rhinod out with hot soapsuds.  ,���������, **-������--���������������������������  Arkanoas   Diamonds.  ("hii'i* WM diamonds have been found  hf>Plk'> County, Arkansas, in rook similar to that of the diamond fields of  ���������South Africa. It U porflotito of Igticnotis  origin which has boon pushed up through  ciirboiiiforous and crottieoous formations,  In aomo placea tbo rock is very hard uml  dense, but in others it has AVtuvthevod  to iv soft yellowish and greenish material 20 to 35 foot iloep. . About Ml) dia-  ntondH havo hemi found in thin rock, tho  inrgost wnlgliing (IM carats. Tho usual  colors nro whita, brown and yollo^-* hut  ono blue diamond and sovoral black onos  have been found. Ono bore for exploration hns benii driven to a depth of 20S  feet. As tb the prospects of moro stones  being found by due por wining, goolo*  gists, only nay that tho spasmodic exploitation thus fur sooms to Imlloutu a  good promise.  .    ,. ������,.������.������ ���������    ���������  A.^';  "ThisAgreaticity pf-^brick has pecullar  fop'tiiris' "of i������|r;<*foM:aifoffiao ot difficulr���������  : ty f 6|';' tlie *ipxp|pTcir' ^^ compared A. with  . r|toiiu^entj|S-bf ^tbne^1;^lieyyd-Ssiccated  soitvOTt^MRappotatnij^has' wr<>ughtA little  da aa go to the. buried structure, af-  thbhgh the.gradualTi^ing.of the Abed of  the Euphrates by alluvial deposits has  submerged and , perhaps seriously^ injured the lower layers *of debrisf sonio'op  which5 date from'-a* period more than.a  thousand years earlier than that of the  brief but solemlid second Babylonian  Kinpire,,wbioh reached its 'highest point  under^ AN'cbuehadnqzzar.A 'A? ..   A-iyA'Ayy  *X jthii&i earlier: kingdom; ������������������'>i:'  showed.^ The method Imployed^as y  toA;mold;.at lurnj>^oi|;-wet clay overgthe  moijth of the: jaVy'and runl'-tlie cylinder  .^ound it, leaving thpAseiillimpressedi-X  'yy.  yyAAimtnljer ^examples of blackrtopped A  ,prt<iynasticA.-p^*fctJe  "of them being     marked "fvith; the^libnAA  TheseAare regarded as being exception-,  ally interesting, and it is ^ggested'thatyv  the lion was a; trib*al;inark.    The^skul ���������  ir>fy ahlopg 'hornedj ox ifinxii at thei^botA;  t lie^teeth i-'n re-^wornJiV^ifSby a; bitA- ^ifff?:-'-- A A  A.    THE AKOBSE WAS *tTNKNOW^A:.A  at.Athis*:]p^nod?5;^  has been y disrovoi-e^ ypf^^i^A^ge  p^|tiie:>  bit  insteadA ��������� of the gegieral meth^yofA  yokin������i'y*"fy;yy:?5,y'''i*i*������A^y^  A In th ev eighteenth Adybastyf tbmb|jwasA  ;fmind.;;a3dypil ienrse of;te*r^|cpttj**^ppt-A;  tCTyA*i^it^Ais|^ ;  yiain.iAfeuri^'iis^ thair threeyythou-1  '���������&d&a-yge������!������&~~$.XA yAAXXXy:y. AXyy^iiAy. yy.  AyOtli'^rdiMoyerfe^  cptisites^ usi^yDyAth^  yiJ-OCtriyB.' XfXhTheyv- ihcludeAaAlc*ngAp|di*jtte  'pj^stohey"withA,;a Asmall- hbliowahi^eSi*eii-  ��������� tJrey iny v?hich -^efground 'i:$ev.i'g<^Mpisye  paint,"a small-dainty  i^be ^riixedytlie; paintAw^  !*-rcase ; to "stiffen; her  eyelashes, ivory A  ^^iVp^SwliichA������^lyw  ^ijtApf the;^esenty; d  yCQ-ifibs and a Vbbdep bbwl'which Avas-us-'''  ^grt'-'fqr ��������� a ���������:'��������� kohl ^bt. A ;��������� --Ay-- XI;-; X ���������������������������;���������������������������       ,y-. --y:''^  iSffJiVeAA'W^I^'ioJi.-.'aisfe  ^jnitii lar, to ��������� the, nbh-tul^ Afeeding^boti&y of y  *it^ayl;yJ'AV-'Ay.y'*AAA:'yAr^AA;^^  ^_ il-A  ������H0yPAVS;FO^Ai|Y^TI  A In answer to this question a su^ess*; A  ful advertiser said:    Neithortho njjUnu*  facturer nor the consumer pays fofead-  vei'tising.ybut  the  manufacturer   Mvh'o'���������*  docs nbt advertise ydposApay- for 1*%  . ''(suppose you ^have' "spent about **i|70,-.  OOt'i jtdverQoing and you have increased  .the jVblumc^ ibulsiness from $000,000 u  yetin to $l',000,ppo during a certain ���������pi'me'?  Who. pays fori the advertising?      f;;i-  "Tho consumer gets the same quality  iintlivrlittlo more than ho would iii he f  lii'itgii't ;,unn*(lverti8ed goeds  and  ifijji addition, because ���������'of the  advertisingy  he  knows who is back of the goods. ;AThe yj  retailer makes this sumo profit, phis tlio   1  lug boost in being assisted in the (llstri-l  bution of the goods and you���������why; you  .'  hiivt ; simply. J laid down   about  lji'1,0,000  oiiqh year ior advertising and-ffot'iijtHick  bVor,il0fl,000 of extra business whieli' you  could have got in no other way a-feithat  co it, and Ayou have also' added oiitiiif.'h  dish valuo^to tho good-will of your^msi-  ness to Api% fpi'i your advertising/'bf it-  self."-  -Notyspapordonl,  ���������-���������,' ^>������-  'M  Tho Buslnoan Spirit. -  "Tlie ,liu������iiuiHH spirit ontors Into almost every product, of human Ingenuity  in our middle wont," Hays a Chicago man.  "I'ei'liupM tho oddest example of this I've  ever cneoitntornd Im n monument lu n  Springfield cemetery erected by a utono  miificiu lu memory of his wife.  "Iiuieiihcd on thU handrtomo product  of thn tiutnoii'H are nro tlieso wordei���������  " 'Martha lliiine, wlfo of Henry Hump,  ������tmie itniHoti. Thlt������ nionuiiiontwa'i oront-  etl by ber Inn-band ite a mark of rospaut  ami nl.ui un it M|nxibii'n o./.'.i.i. v.'t'rkr.'.ivrt-  fthip. MouuniaiiU (it the .oanio stylo,  ���������3110/ "~ U������rpa"'4��������� .JJIae^idnfl^  "Magnificent as are the relic? already  discovered of .tlio second "Babylonian Empire, thoy,represent but some of the- later stages in the long story of human  civilization upon this site. Though Neb-  uehndnozzar's Babylon lies buried many  feet beiierith the ruins of subsequent dominions, it rests upon a succession of  onrlier strata, which go hack not im-,  probably to a date yet more, remote  from Nohucliadnozzar's than his isAfrom  our own. Tho difficulty of exploring  tliofiu earlier layers Is ndturnHyHmuch  greater in proportion to tho depth at  which thoy lie. But in one'bf tlto.mb^t  ancient parts of tho city Br, Tvoldoway  and his colleagues aro now engaged In  Invei-tigiitiiig the relies; of tho first Babylonian Empire, which, wtxs; long:'antecedent both to NobucfihVfnezKai' hint'to his  Asi-yilan predocoHHors." ;  'WORK AT-Al������fe0l3; ^A;;>  Tlio renults ot tlio work/of' tho 'Egyptian exploration fund during tho last  season at Abydos and EI Mahasna aro  now ;oni viow;}n London tt|j;.,KI|ig-flrCql-  lege and coiiiprbto u niokt liiturestlng and  viilniible collection of pottery and oriui-  ments from tho prodymiBtla to tho  fiigliteenth dyiuiHty periods. Thn main  cninp of tho exploring party was situated nt Abydos, but while engaged on ox-'  ���������"���������iiviitlnns at .this spot     thoy received,  through native sourcefi, Infoi'matton j;|mt'  n, pvedynuHtlo cometory was being plnh--  tlerod at Kl MtOiitsna, it. plaoo oight inilos  noiyth of;Abydos.   After gottlnp tluv no-,.  ccRmiry permission' from  tho Egyptian  govoritmont they moved canip, aiul i<lug  there for a month, iioonring & nnmhor pf  vev,v fine effects. .-,-���������...  I'ii a lingo grave which con'tnlnoil two  ukolotons was,found a uniotio howl Hhapy  oil vhso with convontlonul   ^h'eorittlorie  anil liavlng on tho     rim four hnnutlful  iiwSlfcllort hlpnopotnml,    Tho animals arc  in n wonderful ftnin of proHorvatlptb ������l������-  spUo the fact that tlio-'vnee was mado  nearly ���������   .  !   FEVEK T'HOUMAWO YlSATlfi ACJO.  There woro also Hitveral pottery vasoii  nnd a group of Ivories, thn moat Import-  i������nt being a oimvd figure *>f a niqp.  In another cave wan foundyx     clay  flaming     table,     ilivldotl Into olfthtoon  Hqimroa and provided with (welv*������ eon-*-  Hliupod mud "nimi/'i Aiipafetitly- It was  -iist'd  for'     a     rtuiiiimlitarv (orni     tiT  dntupiht't,    ���������Htuf T'i's'^p; *'*'- p"������n"' ?������iei-  tu ������nmr.w'������>*rt> itbont n.fif������0 B.a,A������ft!fl>erjyft������^������*i������������������^^������,ny^^^^^ **|  vutucth flail wrt nft cbosy eyfoudw W I  ,..,,., -..-,.',''        ...���������..;, '���������;,',;;���������.'',:,,, ;..���������'-..   '   ..;. , t  Rusela's Aoi*odynamlcy,ln8tltuto.  f    At^'kotttciiWf^rifaa/^iifHeow, Russia  poRHOBsos tho most complbto lahoi'ipitory:  for irofloarchosAj'iJ'ortainlng to . avjatlpn  now In oxlBtenco. ���������T\w work Ih^uuIoi* (J  the direction bfAAtivlllabouchlnHky, and  tho moriy .wn8(>fur$8h<.*d by a Wealthy  ���������^luHcovHe., It has boupmd tho comro .of  much 'intoitest since tho, roooiit, aftjil������vor,i:.  nionts In norlal iiavlgatlon.   llorq.yinvo-1.  ligations are mado of aJt quoBtlonsBrolatA  Ing 'to admdynamlfis.'und .iBpmo.'rQpiark-'''  <-Hlilorro^ulti>/i-iiavA-'.hji'BlJrM'>ti^  cliUiy^lnV*?ogArdft^S\vha^.ta wallqd tho  ���������'autorotatlon" of " liodlcir.'' of   toortain '  Hliiipos ^yhqn ;pla^od lii current ofyivlr. It ���������'!  , hau .already boon,, inado. ev,lilon'|; that  tliisro 'iiro many plionoriiona of ari'yunn.v-  iidcti'jl oharactor whieli, whop thejy-havo  \i(ini\? thoroughly Investigated, mitty m-i--  tcrlnlly aid inventors nnd* ougliiuior������ In  tho conatructlon of moro cffeetiv'������'fly!ng  maehlnes. '������������������,  .^i^^-  ,-��������� Transatlantic  Record  Breni^er-i.  Tho tr-tnBatlaiiitl&^WdovdSm ���������?.")  years ago ore being laid on tho sj^olf, po  to Bpoalc. Tho Umhrla and Etr-wla ro-  prosont tho last pf tlf^tilnttlo-HCjfow -������%.���������  hoIb and w*rc( the lftr|^iiVfftr\/I moist now.  or fully equipped. ���������^*j)i*^l������>^'t|tholi* timo,  but thoy cannot, compohoiiq ecoiioriii.'nl  operation with Mio'Vr*������twls^nifto-<Uy with  thoir lw-4..tl4'^'.:'And;fo^^ftptslJ������|r(j and  tjioi-o having tjii-fbin^en^eji.    ���������" '  \ '" ��������� -   ���������.������.. i l,i������   iOiiO ������-"i"i���������  IIo���������I lidmlt%ttWfamen(<low,  jump at 'o<iincltl������Jo������!������yy - , //  ,   Rhu-r^iV.. ".Ji'-lflsS ' cf yc-:,?',    '���������  JIo���������Wo, A woman will only lump at  11  t nlwvye  *������- lHE*y^  ���������..?'f.;Vjtp.i;'V-.^  i"AA" :A:y*y-yAyiS&yA':.--;: ;Aiig  #,  a-ss  $J&X&J' 'XXXAAXiyAMi  mKaa**mxi������>*9f^i urn ���������,  iU8e;y (^regaaranteed. y Sold oy aU AirugrfstsA  ;Z5c. bottles.vr Beftiae substltutea. y ������4y'w* y ;���������  PUTNAM'S   PAINLESS  Miss Vane recovered  "'*    '" *v.-v5".-j������-'-^'^.V*r'V.-.������','*,-Stf-*>*uf-r.'.-  r>imc sujce-  Sit: ������y; tnepanor on neriace.���������'.���������gays J-**'-  |g. to the daintie|iy|i^^  |||Awhen * IA saw-vtui^^lpi^id' *3tesf e.Ajjai^^ia.  PI'. 8afetyy;i,vtpld>-*hei*A^  g||- ware ��������� attiirg^-iiloii.k^'Sh^  mm with wistf ul^eyes. ^ ? You; havia'-.been .very  K-j&d';.''-*)^^  ^stranger -"f&Aypti^ yet you yhave 'treated  ,���������i;rhe as thoughAXfcWere;youv ownvOister."  ���������|������;-.'.*A^I; Tidll|^wn'lny;lgoodneB by) tccpiiig  |������|iny. pro '')") .-������-������������������    ���������-.  'I^iife,'Mias'Mouo.*i. .  8p She Beein^ABli|-hiy: coiifusedj and then  Ifey glanced n*p*;intbymy face -with the frank-  Spy eat smile^that-Al *' had.yet>?8eeni von Aher;  ���������Mfown. "MraA Neville,' -she said, "I should  ���������p-like to ask'a favor -of ybu;"A  ������jg;'- "1 anii^uiteissure it;hat Irshall .grant  ^*,it/' I re^nded; ���������; AAA" y,-XXX,A  S&::: "Will ^bu ;be* i&f ibi^dP^iiaidyMise  H|*, Yaney;' ,J|'d6..-npt y- f eel ;that.;yl:;.can''*i*>a*rt'  P1 my  promise and passing- oiitA of -yous  laylifeA-MiHaAYanoM^A-'yiA TAXAX'^-'y i::  ,yy*  yritW  ���������fft from you*'  M".    I smiled? to >^y^i*������>yt^inking of,;the-  ^iBoul'y.thsljfewas^strong enough , A'tp'-'-'Uve;  y  .''Have |thp years" seemed Along;  dear'i'; -I- a*ked; g^tlywy.y y-1AA"-;  W^JabngJ^^  beenyvani-ia������e,"fe;y :Xyy y-AAy.r,.A. -^ 'A A. ���������������������������'���������-���������.  .-. y^4ndAj������gu. A^ft|:-^i'^|f^;.;a]riotjier-- fifty  'yi&x-s'f ;Mis9i*Yanfe^,y:y- XX% ^.g,^. frr  A^m^^tity  * sher repined.)AA'*A'X--[   y- yyy'A-A ������������������;������������������_"���������������������������������������������  y. i)������H"$_p&2^  spend thei^  oues?"-:-';yyA.',pA.yyA-,::.        Ay-'��������� yyy.y ,y;A  "There? would be no other resource."  she re*Dliedi shuddering.     A , 5  "I ya^ialmoti-t* agrald-toAsay;;what t  think, |lest?I displeaseyou^r Miss Vane;  If Iyliave" that misfortune, X "ask you  beforehand to forgive me. Eighteen is  not* generally '"considered* * a very wise  Sgeyis\it.fM' .A Ay-vy;-'  'It is. as. wise as any other . age,, I  should;; imagine, ��������� .^rs.|''^yille.^;AA -AA XXA\  A "Kay,:. my dear,": yoti|&re;:>^^ Qidyy  Jage ahrt'expfei^nce giyey wisopmA Al/am;  older.than you-by some years���������-time has  taught ixie many lessons that you' have  "l������^*r-   T.**"������A-J*������t**T**Trt ?���������*   , -      '".'   . "-X     . X ' ���������.. _  si without ;ipye,  " treaehery*fv  sand, that; called'AallAlbve?  rbr^'a^ridg^A'wafr. Built ::6v.ery*ihe.;'*vi/id&'t-:  ���������paxt^of^the-iMyer^ justiaboye the; ARiyer  House,Aforhy'that route-'ilie.:%i*aiiis^were*  tP.'-iOTtp-ryPiwiatree. ,,    ���������.;.;/:-;AAAj'X-:A"���������.:)A-X  thet^rrllsrailway whistle w^hidrOwh |  "and  plainA*aha;,iigiy>'witli^:'npthing pl^^n^or-  picturesqiie 'about* iii* -��������� -'A .Jt ";y XA- A '%.  :���������' When IAknew what had. been decided;,  upqn^ I- w������it���������tq,tell ,^i^A^a������eyyShe: ap-^  peaked A ���������pjrfi&itly *'iMiffe^1t^jT^rely^  raasingl h<ir beautiful eyebrows in won-  derAat mytexcited tone of voice.  "At leas't you might pretend to bjtu-  pathize A with nse, SissA^ajife/'II .jrsaijly  There was. a strange, far-off' lookyin her j  .eyes..'A.:. X~" "A-XXy '"A ���������'"'"- ������������������*;���������"-*''���������* ���������-"**  .-..-Sit will^tiot matter," she ..replied %.XXk  shall jiotAmind the railway whistle���������I  shall hotyeyeh 'hear it���������^ind- you -will-be;  far; enough" away."  "jf-But it-will completely spoil Neville's  Crb&s,"y Ivpbserved..     X:A y/A. ������������������y^-<A- i-x>  ,"I*-Ie-,'e**,'.^i;iind ". she ..said.- 'fit--is <not  worth troubling about.'''  A A ?"'y ;���������?,>'? A  "I wish1'!Al  could attain; your height,  of A calm yphilosophy,'-   I  rejoined.    Bu*  ���������������������������-���������"���������-- -    ���������-������������������-���������    -    the scene  'IABhb"t|l4yUke;-'^p*^*tp b&'iny friend,-ify  |^oe/-;--wlll^W'A''-e^m9^^  |i timeB,"; '���������Miss*. Yane ,.witmt,'''on^^'Ybu'v;ycaii''  s';percsiye|that' in my shoijb life I. h^y^ fiadA  gg;a.;greatA8^r<*.w���������-so great;as: 'TOAcutrine*  BH=;F off ;1fr^siB^ykind^'^A5niake-;.nae' Hiitey they  ���������^sight Aaria|spund;yp^  i''CEeature^Mj;o turn mth; loathing froirtallv  ^thaty''is'v,^re*rt5aji^?.biigl*^ Aearthi'  |\I cannot^tfell you^ what -that 'Borrow- was,.;  ]|'Tou.Aare������;'Mrid5;.^^^  tjf knowitg-'yVill you be my friend, yet xe������-y  It/pect mylisecret, which I choose to* wit"!*a-v  ^hold?f*ji|'-.^AA'A; ���������;.������������������:';������������������:: Ay;AAy.yAyAy'yyA  ���������A- .y"I'"wi!i;^' it; is yourselfi'*.'.rio*t,*ydur'i'sScr*  ret, thtM|)I carefqr."     A;.-A'Ay^;.  "Xoua^ill .promise to let me live iny.  i old *;.;-,.lifisyA'Anot A to   try^*: to    draw   me.  ffojny*AA*ity 'fy-n^(r^^Ayto"','^IbringAy-Aasiy-'  ess to ''vSSB me,   hsye!?'t;o ask sne to *^o*jiv  "lipusei but Aat timesyto come and ,visit  gi ine*  content  to know  no  more  of  BowfcAMXA'X x$' -  me  y ^rdoS'iiitii^ 4 l^raAmore;''-: shl I that,bridge waa de^ried/to'bej  said-  ������T liav^ *'e**rnid  e"0"ffh������ -   of ystrange occurrences.^^ ;y,-^? ;  pleasure: arid* pain yacuteljr;.        We .are-  *. either ia,t^the*7h^rhj:ht|>ojfAha  ihe^depte^Vof'despairJ Ati^iijirty, we realr  iiz^vyeasp^ iisralj-^ejl aiid endure, feas* ii  everAoeeuTredA'tof youthat.,eypry.;hu^n  life.is ayprmpus^*^  ���������wise: pufppse?A Wh^xanswer��������� wiiiAthotse,  give that /have y to fac|||h.e|'Great; Gifer''  Awith ^ytheifcjlijfe '������������������; alL%osted*r'y y, ��������� A*'-*?^ X |*  A **My.: life AhaisAbeen ^igjrted; notyvwast-  ed,''i sheAreplied������, loolahg'*at"rrie: stteadily.  "The t^p A things  are different." I  ���������*;��������� ��������� "But* ���������my--.: dear? ���������MissJA^ahe/f AXysaidrr.  "pray -.pardon;. me---^c-|^p-upi: npti..'think ���������  ''that- ���������.eighte.e.nJ-te'; -.topl^^  which deliberately tciisetyasideAallythaJt  is best and brightest   in; life-^to yield  i������. ���������'^> ���������  W than you * doy  wi ; "I promise to Tieep the Ate*rins;of' buiv  II cbmpact^**-MKS^Yrane,-''a^long;-asr*^^^^  A SheAheldibut^ihar*handrtpjinei'anjdias-,I;  lAclaspednt in naihie, I said,to her:."Wha*  M};beautiful hands you ^^^^  [^r hay e A seen; none so perfect in'shape ^nd  ~g- colpr^yyX 'XX .yAAyvyyAy ,'y:.v :x-'-������ y;;;,; A;.  I ^A^e^,,:Was^i**^t'; Hie||a}i^esi^;gl^mApf;  fipl-tjasuroAQ**^^  " yshpiwji\frhen thfey 'af e compliwfented; and;  j^riise^Ay'*I)o you  thi  |,- fui?'yy sheyteked^������lndlf ferently^y^y X j  'AA ^ qo.Aihdeed,/!'^  rinbre piusiiy  engaged. ij^i*Jwy*-n^Aput  |^mbre;^ife-Aahdybusy^^y^  ���������sJ^-harids3-!^'A'?A,-y--'AA- yXXX>*i^X������AXX  W:   "Ncrthing^sli^iiNBplied;,.^There is Ii$-;  &tlo; HfeandAiyttl|' mottb^  pi j what'^pan yj^~;^pi^^^^i^^^X'X\%  ..Sp'y^e-'.niade^ou^s^awe^^m^  ^;.wa������A,irf*way^;vto^eA:herA*f>*^en^^^  ^he*^tp*A'!caire^lpirA-ier  i,tbyknpwAriitwre of:her thanAI ^d:inbvfe  l/tAwent Aback to Nevll^  iff' pleased?toAf iM^thatf &me ���������%|i,-'m^6iefids'!  prheighboiB'.^  actyjust as Aly have dene."  After that there; was no more to be  ^^dAyXydidviiny hest^iit^  that A- was ���������>' to A direst "Aher'��������� y attention X to- *  eye^y, good deed��������� ,eyery. earnest life, that.  -.(^hie.^under^iiny ,^ip^iceAy^ OneA morning 'XL:  j������rsuaded;lier to s^  yorijte ramble;through the y woods. A The  TOy'.'wasA3^^  than; I had,'intended, until in the  disA  li^ce.wejsaw^lie jweylspire of .Daintree  ;������t������pl!Bsy 8tanding^.put A iny bold relief  agaii^ytheAskyiAiand ywhile yweAstood,  sxidde^yAiheifeyf^a^ Ithelimerry  V^inie^pf Aywedding bells. A; Ii smiled-Athes;  ���������'i'miMiUi^ytiie; I rfeM'y;^|^J'*fcfieA'l>lue--,sky;;  ^the Ixslls, alp������eemea jo'pleasant tome,  ^Ha^������^";wi^r"7'Tlioee areyweddingv  ybella ;* soriieohe'^sisrl>eiiiijgAmjSde.yery'happyA  sto-oay. -;-|^%.\-;.:";#-;^;y,:i,;^.'-i;--y;^%,:A**x%&������%:x  And, then' th;^'>Sc.^n4-Plift^b^  fi ioiis iacquaintanceship>   Degan.':   lyywerit:  |.'reg^aTl"y.;two or thTee: times each wee%  5?/ to :-visvt :0jps- l^ari^'l Ii 'loofc^hefeAfchel  rareet; fldwiars, ?thq -.^stlexquisilapialts,  all the new, books tMitouched; but I nev-  farce]  r-.-'--^*(x  uioe/Br ihi���������av&ti Ais;^ a wedding!  :^^y3^:^he!',-;Icried^staJtled-  ye���������emehcei ..���������.*'what'';-..'av"steanae'-  iV^."-.^-..'^--..  ?A^ounoA-  "Iniher usiial way, >Irs.i "N[evillei when  'you arc not with Her-yShe..passes whole  /dayo^in ^dreaming,, andi. thinkingrrr������ome,T,  f the   ;pianb;:r*"a*a:,wr* paint"::"6f "Write?���������*,  She seems ^tb -Ijfel always- watching" ; the  }riyer'^Iwa^'iAi,'J3steningtftoiAvit;'...and site  jihas done th;)^  ^y^r^^^XAAxy^  ���������rpoes^she-'.ever^reodi'���������sew, t-Siing,? play  ^id^a!|y  ;*^*yiHatAoarrieAfi^nr^  '.*is*^Key*d*lE^^f''-'fai^^  ^Bh^- lnsiatedr-Trf'a :,"mpek^yA,i^  a 'Iwhelty-dn" others; a  X'::0t% is*. ^wellA'tHiat A^ei^o)#y;is;Aitpt*A:of"-  JyOiiryopinion^ "yMissA Vane^AI-'yaaid. A;;";y-  \ -;������If!trwy*wei^Vi'tl1*^-!y^^  ^so^Pwful-hearts in:the;world/' *he re-  jojneo*,:   ."Oh, AMrs.yK*Nevillei"AsheAcried,  .shuddering, '"come   away-���������come, away  iifrprri :^':mu^^  ^ieyi5s'penie^,:.to -.make^^ the^dld-'qhiir,chj  rockywifeii-WtdfAuierHmimt'* tliey-filled;  tne air;wi.th a joypija clang. ���������'.-���������'Biitl ^saw,  th'jit' the'-s'o'uhd made >my' eom^iiiibti ill.  She .placed her hands over,! her ears, asv  though she would fain shut it.oiit.Awhile)  her .lips grew white as death.   Back we  hastened through  thef. ,wpodex' '.until Awq"  were beyond the sound of the hells;' arid"  presently^Mise ;Vane ,xesnted iigi^nst,,the  ��������� severe:.  f^tin. ;.tt wa^follpwed'by^  duringAwhich; theARiverALeir flooded the  'whole ������������������������������������c'b'unt:^!'^  ypiiuse  pJEy tie''terrible accident A no  one  qiqite ki&w:y Whet ������er';the;:,unus.ual rush  a������d[ weij������hfc;^fAtheA^ateT' Had- caused the  fbtiiidairbt**: bf iti^^riagelvto , -g^.|way>  ;bit''whether Itlha^eien yihsec^iwly AbuUts;  frPm :thfe fiiit^holohe"ieehied quiteVsurey  AQineyaay���������toward^ tli^send of May-T-tha  '..weSthefl was brilliantly; fine, ahd .'I '.Svent /  toAthel^RiverAHouse, hoping���������-���������.���������,.to ;induce.  Miss Ysiae "t6'"coxae'outwith ilie?^^bn the  -fiver. A|| .She   consented,   and the   Leir  never A seemed ; more   beautiful.      Tlie  'sky ���������.' iwas: ��������� ' blue,"'��������� ��������� ��������� ;tlifj;y'i';air;**^fffigrant*;;;  with   tiie   breath, pf ''.''o'do^'ous" yflbwers?  We   stopped   jupt  opffosite'; |the* 4 River  Bouse toy admire the beauty of; the d*?!r:  ^���������iSbw; dp own," I said-itbymy^cprapanipn^  "thatAit is a privilege to'..'live;on such 'a  Qay.   ; :C;'v--..;. -'   ���������^���������<~Pv.,^X^^>*'*"i*..J<*i>>-**':sf!  ^���������A'LooKing'at-' her, i Svas more than ever  struckAwith her?beauty.   She had dippeid*  bine white: hand? into thef wate^andl;-1^  gleamed". thertfelike|a-:. lUy.J^h^^iiies?^  bracincAwirid liad brought the Vbloom Ato  her*faee^hadviibrighten^^her-'byes^H?and^  seemed- tw- have driven'th&^sadnesev^omy  h������i(;.iv������iutyA It was a face -of peerless love-  liiies3.fe All t)^v^e^������S;^^perJ^t^ut  ���������the^mjjuth*. .*w^#"^o|^;|tk!auJ^  sweety A*^hsitive*;lips'y A;i tfought "iasyl  ibpk^..a*i; Miss Viant* howA-jnuehiI.should  likeytp see theAcalmneM'of; herperfect  fac^ Ixrokeia. yLitt-k-^^  .near ��������� 'fulfilment) irfi-myAms-hv^:- ^*f '|fV' '���������*'��������� ���������'���������' >'  WeA restedybtf^ iu  'theAfria^ant : sprhigAj^^  dowe jfell OverAtlie ���������;������������������^a*ter^"a*ndApveritiiej  ���������grais.1; We.eould seeAthe . brid/^A-fc  -di8tiM*^yA-^f'er:*ali-yitAdidAi]raty  ^jy'iUgly;^ ;^?;iii^Asa^i^is6f tpAMiSeS  Vane,- when I sa'w.far away the"steani  :$f������&&'Xss^^A!?^  'you;,^^-���������fancy; that it A^^ yMmeA'gjreat;5  :'W^fc|;;serpeht^ wi*U*t;A*fie^'ne3^lAS^Yety  after-all; -therefA is    sometltinE.  errand   Ay'yy������vAi.;  patients to theARiver Houhj/ I remained  some little time "longer ;with; Miss; Vane.;  We.saw; the wounded: taken away to yttie  different hotels and the hospital; we saw  the dead'carried in-moumfuliprocession,  and wie; saw the few< passehgeys yjvho^ y/ere.  uninjured, pale, trembling, hardly daring  yiSb AbeiieVe{that .they.������������������[���������wereAisayed.y'-i': ;We  yeoulclAdono inore. "ySlbwl^yand sa3ly;Al;  rbweiAdown the  stream toythe yRiyery  AHbuse. : Miss Vane looked Avery pale.?: AA"  \ v4 ?UaW- never... like .the : Tiyer again,";  she saidyto* me, in a frightened voice-"A'-I;*;  jused'to delight iuiit; it wasAalL'musicA  and po&tiy to me',   i sh*all'"never like ity^  .;again/;foiriit has Deen. transformed; intpf  ;uyg^ayO'/'A'A'       "'���������' " "y'"A,yiAyAAyA*y.)yyy:*;  ?AA She trembled so violently and looked'  sp^Jltiithat -yvhen' we -reached^he Biyer;;  ������������������House'ylyinade her drink sonie;.wine*and  ^et^jeA^b'Aher. room.'"     .,A'A..:Ay;..y..;',.." AXX.  A "jeAbught to  dp  something for these  pbSf A pebple/' she  saidA* "I could* KaV'e<:  blessedy;the" words;- they were |he firstA  evineingA^he;, least,, intertistvi in' .bthersv  ^l^t^^ldAhea-il "from lex" lip^'Ti\vas'3PA  pleased that 1 forgot myself and; kissed  hef.^BLea- face flushed and her lipt.quiyA  ejed^ybiit she did not,, drat??'... back p-rpud-y  jj| a������"sne would.oncelhave/dffheij; ���������&. %$Ax  ���������-'l^'Xqu'| mus t resfcf-the. -horror? ot that  terrible accident has' beeii-.. *tob "much yfof  youi'vy I Awill   attend ~ to- your ^uests.?y  ������rawiiig'idbwn the blind so as to shutj  putithe^glpw of the"sun";l> lefther. Ilvere;  )was no^'confusion in the house, ho noise  -^hardly ,a sound; the servants had been  too- v/eliV - trained to  forget th������irvusuaL  ti������i.5*^;-j-'.-;���������������������������'���������.;'i -.       ..   ������������������,���������..'   .���������.-'.;��������� .-  A" i went; first to the '-forth rooinj' where  the   lady" wds  lying.    There   Was   not  niuch the matter with her; she had been  Astunned,:, terribly   frightened, ��������� the. -maid "  "who'was'watching'by her said; but;the  idpctpr;; hadi-giy^ , her .. a.  ^comppsing^  ^mugnitAfthQ%;S*l*^^^w  .was,; good. ^"^ys..;): ?Ay ������n^., Bently '��������� to; yher.  PranUca Mt2nj? honlJ  yx ,y,s. A. ftRaiiwa^'Trackfc  ilost people; wouldyhave called her a  beautiful ;;wpi^ff.A  She " was, very fair)  withA fi-gpi^i^i^pn. ofylij^ahiair.;Abut her),  face'did; notifpiease jherfly wasArepelledA;  rather; than "''"'attirkctiE^v'b^^  ther  true  nhr noble^; although I '-'-'could,  well imagine it to* be brilliant.    I bent  oyer,, her*A she was sleeping, sovtndly. One  hanillayvout^de^tilie'qnil^^iiv^s^  andA well-shaped, and ishiriing with jewels, "and on the third finger of the left  hand-1 Asaw;,av.wedding .ring. a.'.'She  is  M Br^dwlflrierl Who find Health  %..... Defining,Should Take Dr.   )  !A.XX'$^  ;,;, Thousands of-hwii throughout Canad-siA  lirrei sufferipgAtb-day from a deplorable  failure ;6fs^i^|ig^*h^yithput knowing that  they .are; the ^ctiins' ;bf nervous exhaiis-  Ation. ���������jheysi^sjare plain. The sufferer  CannotAk^^'^^linind.^on wprk,yfpasses^  : restlesS h%hts^urnsVagainst yf Pod Aabd"  carinoty digest,; it,; feels exhausted after  : exertibhy'^HU^?iheatlaehes and A fits; of  dizziness oftenladdsiytp his misery. These  symptoms deiibltcAtijat the nervous" sys-'  tern is i weakened and insufficiently nour:;  lushed. A Dr/yY^illiams'   Pink     Pills/win  promptly cure^hepausc they enrich the  ih^re weak|biopdyvand thus give .new  stri^hgthy ahdj^tone): to * the    exhaUst^L^  nerves'.   ���������No:yo!:fc'h'er7.'inedicine'.''can dp this  aoi'promptly-and so surely. ^,Xy:t ;:XyX'X  Mr.AW* fcHipson, EastvSiibnh|p^S������-*  Sf says: "EbrAa number of years I was  troubled with violent, headaches.   When  these A spells icaine1 on the pain^-jyasAso.  severeA that i.i  feared I would' lose  niy  senses.    At Athe outset these headaches  Avpuld coina pnsa,bput once a week.    I  doetored for tlie'trbuble and-did everythingApossible to get relief, but without  ayail; )and as; time went on -the attacks  grew both in   frequency  and,; s,eyei*r*ity..'  The pain was terrible and with each attack seemed.tp, grow worse.   .The only  ) relief' I ���������; cbuli get. .was) ffpHi a Allot A ^nus-y  'tard foot; bath;������ari^Atlie application-)of)  hot Water andiaminpniaAto my Ahead ;��������� 14  ������#buld then haveytb;be led to bed,.where  1 hJad to remain .uiitil the attack passed  ^a.wa'yiy'&t^  SPilfeAwere broughtyrto.-,- niy ^nbticeiA iajid  fwhile I- scarcely hoped they'would cure  Ame")fl decided to; try them;: After taking  a sew boxes I found that the attacks  werenbt.so severe, andl,joyfully^epn;  tinued' taking the Pills until I had used  ten)boxes when eVeryy syhiptoiaAof the  trouble passed away, and I was in bet-  ter^health Athan I had:' ever: en j oyed.: be-  fore.AAIt; is ysevefail years;"since my cure^  y$X������A>  Ay. ;y y i: (Technical.-''WqHdAMa^imhe^  );A)A-;Ashort- time: a^p-a. .newspaber:|dey.  spateh rdated that' ^ithsen Of ^6rtlan*af  iOfe^H*eing"inAaJ5tii^lbusy tjb*riditioii^i#^^^))|  a. mi, and therefore''afraid to "go...homeAAAA: Aj'-y  in "the ydark," AventAbut Aand reclined- onAyy-yXyX  ^������������������sp)ur'-it]ra.'ckfat';'tKel^  Arailways.... He had just got; comfortably * Ay; ;yy  e���������ngine;i^?'kicked5���������^ sbnie -boxA:cars/oif :^M0^X  spur he had chosen/lis n^lbd-^ngyand ^e������^%S������fc;y  >wa*s^kWed.-ii*y:,iy-;y:';:A;A-.i,';,;;;:^  ..-A It '''is'.: something ;:but bf 'the* ''brdin&ry^f^;'-* ������������������,[  ���������for people to ehpose the;trae!5s oryariis ; A;  y i  ;of sTailways;, as)lpdgings.    And^yet the./AA Ayy  incident was  npt^ so  very^^bteptiohal. y A)y yy  yrbrAnbthirig/isAinOreyicomnion  in  thisy.;A    : yS  ^countryAthan fOr people to .trespass;;ohA;,;;';:yy-Ayy  ^imiiway*^ property' ^ in'** d h^fse;>^^TOAandAA:A:y'';AAA  itb be: killed^while doing':sp.��������� ���������y:The:p^r^y)yyy'  vday the -president of;)'ja^-^railway.:ahdrayyAy:y'.'y  he^^**nwr,cSiAnt w^fe hinchihg^ together)"X'-X^Xy  at.a*)*club -inA'Ohicagb.' -"Various radw-ayAfyyAAyA  matters AwerO��������� being talked about.;.;...; yj v Ay A  A  ,4;"After:;allj^Asaid;)*^  A'wbrst'-'indLctm^t^Aagaihst'i^ailwa*^  "-the^nitdi^Stites is-cbht;*Mne&.iii5-the"a^^sjy;)y  Jtual -statistics  of accidents.    There is  Ay..  ��������� haiirdly anythingjsO dangerous, as travel-   *   : - yy  lingAonAaii -iLmericah railway.''.) " ���������"    " ���������;   ,y  .,"Oh, yes, there is,': p,nsweerd the rail-  ''way^eside^-^'^ere^is-something a   A  grfeat'deal"more-'daiigerous.   That)is ires- A A  passing on a railway's prdperty.    If I y  ������������������'���������reinember'-^brrdetlyf^yer.iteuoypepplcy.,^  'killed* while Atxespassing^onAthe. p*roper^f?y y  ybf Aittfericiain;)failways toy bne|thafcis:jk������)^4A)  {e'd * while' riding^oriAthe ;'trai*hs^yvyjyj:).AAA )A  AAThe'-rhercKant' thotij^t*4Ms^cpidd>-������bt.jy  |life''cPn,e'c^^Tli^niew6pape^ ,: yXX  ;ved^''eo1rB*f]*a*h*tl^  :in^st^fes^bf-S^cks?in'rwluchyTi^^  travellers -lost their liyessy-"!Phe?  president replied that inyorder to enable A   ;y  the merchant-t(y%u^s^ute;fex^t' infoiyXX  matioh. for vag^e|impTe|sibn8^ He|-*^^a*|;l^  send him a table ssHowing4^^^^^i f ���������  of persons killed���������,<M*1f'S'a������r^ '*'  -"^-' and;' whi(r^e^sSvrfgv 'ior-W'^Ax^K  AAA A ;;y:y,^iS  AXy:xAA������$  ,A>,y -y*y^v$-i?i-:  f ��������������������������������� ���������. AxlX^'A%  ���������,:' -.,.*' yyxx$v^.  iy y y ;vxi!^Ss;  H?-y y te ;h^y^i  PX0AX$S������i  yyy^s)|S|l  ������������������yAyi'y.scSs'^i  ylllil!  ;ilnarried;,' I; saidsto"ithet'maid^  her husband inAthe other room?" *heatdaehje' since I  feel rthat the cure -is  pernianentA'AThis'is a plain statement ofl  my) case, l*ut;;np;"wbrds can tell' what I'my  sufferings really wereandl believe that  but fbv Dr.'*- Williams' Pink' Pills T would  S'abbutjyiti^A-,.-,- ..j..,,.,...... -..,.,(, ,,.s-w ? 1<V.^-,..; - ,v ^.m:  XX "L8halt .never *.*Delie*^t)ilLt; quick, n^  ^tmihs��������� will be safe on that bridge,"   re.-!.  rralrke^;I*^dall'y���������^e:^'^,'^  ,"y WeAsawi.the^steam'aim^  ;;and then as the train came nearer.io ytht  ���������e it slacked opeed.   Wc were; both  '''I think^sb/'A^wa&Ath^ Areply;  "they  ^were travelling' together when the. acci-  'dent-'pecurred'*': AAv::';y;A:'y;:. y..   -;���������;;  *^!Do-<you  knbwAthe. lady's; aame*" I  "tfsked:-     -*'*��������� ���������-^^������������������^���������fr^'XXtX, A.'  A-   "No, ma'am; I heard thfeAdpctbr mention^ j,t,r.but Ifdo* not remember'.it,'* 'Si .y,  :"���������'.: It|wa^ ���������inoii'!. of yjatji-h | Sjii^drfe9^ejy!l  thbitghtV ;Hpw lit^^idl  jnfpp^ayace^iti WasS:^ Aii^ttonysIywentA  ;,to^t^).Blue!'Rb)(^y^e^)*^  h^* b^i ^rriedr 't-He're'���������:^e ^������*a������ ^^  .fafc uiore^ splemhy. :-;,The d^tor,   w.'thAa;  ^gra^:^*rbuhhsj)fabei;- ^rsfc ipveri thSAl^ed,  erigag^l-* ih  cbuftirigt the  beats": of:,������iriis.  patient's pulse,    lywent up to the bid.  One pf tiie^handsomest" nien I had every  seen^ih"my life \vas lying on it, pale,  i. exhausted-, with-j. closed eyes and.? parted  lips.^ity^Aj^er4; rj^^^-ugj) aBkedApit^the  doctor.,,.;.   ;  ',.'. XA'AXAyX:-. '".''.���������'."���������.*"  I '���������'.Ye^?y Avas ��������� his Ibriefcyreplyy yTDfanger!  Was the-shadow 'bf ��������� jiteatSfi)Tevery where ?A'Jty  stood in silence, never; i-CmetHbering to  'have.' seen .anything like the face and.  ���������?h-������d)beforeimeri:|tAi^ -lfeaiity^of fthaS  ^purest masc-ulihfrytype-^-a noble head,"  Iwith"^clusters Apjf -dark-browii hair���������-ehis-A  ters "that" waved"in a careless, graceful)  ^���������������������������^r,/..'.Si*.,.*. ,.i.-.*-tf*j* ^hr^i,**'4*t\*\;ii*nr'*f������������������**���������* ���������   i '������������������ ������������������' ^'���������"���������*" ' "���������**  fashion���������a   broad,:;���������nohle   brow,  a   fac'tf  oyai-auapcu *5uu -T.  *ss;v  Jy;  elling  years,  follows:  The? table which) he^sent was as  '������%(!���������'���������.  '���������*;'-''J,-$':'"?S-'#  -1 o .3-  Pa-Ss|ngejF| O^espassers  .,.. or birds    Has-jalib, not; one occupation T"  f "No^"W\������ the*>$ply:   "I wfih she had."  II     It eecanted'toAme Incredible that a life  |; should) m&Mrw, vbne!s; graTOv inithle,  h tttHhI������n?w������Bti>ydoes she>.<iMwtalk���������talfcc  f'to ybu���������te*i������hypper'-';'-'P'������������������>>;���������; A ',-..-' *���������'..'  r-' ���������'^^ntfif-'^mwoBt^thifig fat$ym*  ���������JA mlstifoe?\MJppftjti fartUp������. I liayq known;  i* to^Pnes 'whole .dayB /wltlibut speak-  a. I-Sfie: Hebm,B, ittdobdrto'Tiaffe* ft-toot?  : dlBlUco,:/(to .tlie sound of, aslmmiui  h voice������ thatylri the,ciiuso,ofttho, strange  i when sHei'soeiwe io^Ko. More^d'*.!?  \: when you aro with htt,,Mrs, NoylllOtrr  I eho talks HWJ.Vou and listens' to ydu.1'  I'AA Wluit cobld have linppohed rto bllgl-t  Q:' Iter lypung HfoT Tho girl's whole soul  eemtidi cleacl'. Tliat same day, when wo  ���������were! talking. ������o(*i)othIngv*wa8 ,eaW tlliont I  liowf ohi'fslio *\vaii:  Sh6" wee 'tdp^inucli  BurpmiuliJ-iot*..', any^heeltAtloTii ������and-an-i  (twore^-^JM^^^^^^    ^mm^Myilfmai'  "IJwonty-tw'ol"  I, repeated.     " Tlien  little gatbttliat W to the ;coppice~reat-^  e4 in l&iletfce, wbiclii; neither of "us eared,  to'bwSik."  '���������^    'K     '**A -V-vft .������.,., *s  *  '"You havo  tired    yourself,"  I  eaid.  She looked at m\ all pasSlbn' andAfceling  'with you/whonovor. you \visb, but iwver  ���������Hike itraq��������� againI'witWn yhearing of. thosoA-  !bel!fi>'' f*;. \^As, -..-. wwy,.; .'Ji* ��������� ������,* :^rxx \  [ lipromlscd to^remoml}*'",)and,eho went  homo SViuiout'' allhdlirig ? to .'������������������ the' subject  ngaln. As time papeed, tho dark(bt?auty  of flier f neo secmCiV tci^acq'ulre a-n'oV: eV *���������  proaeion, I saw lines of firm endurance,  afi patient gravity, deepening thereon,  while the power of solf-control and Hcjf-  rou^ralnib^ >tho, ^diill, cpojicloss bixwdlng'  over wrorigi; tho A f iarc'o "������������������ rebelUbn, * that,  ���������novor found .a ���������ypIco,^tho)iHpirrpw; that  iopnd no roHof/'tlio d<$������p������irv.''that In its  silence asked only for death, Increased  ���������flaiy. 1by.d������iy.i,y/,,,,-ir..<.. ^^,,-.:,-1,1 ���������.,,;...,,������,���������,. ..',.,.���������,.,',.���������.,,  lin   '.^������������������WAl|TBIl,,yiI, ..v  watching it.,iutentlyi>AHqw^phall^Llde-.  scribe the horror that ensued? Thetrain  was;runhiiig slowly^when-.the;;Aenginie  reached.- tlw" ,^1^16*^)^101^^(11^3 aiiji  ,.theri<| the,(stohe-S*^brfc';fsiwih'Nl to^quiv^  to totterjtovjpdve^wa^  .,  ���������  ,..���������.-., '-.V^- ���������  ;���������. ,"-l!-^. , -'-      -,,-, WW.-,   v* ."���������..���������if1.,.      ���������',--  parted,  and the great engine, followed  by three or four carriages, fell into tS!c  .riyerj with* foiir mtere carriages remaiij}<-  "itig jsn; th^;bridge.A.AA^'-,''V':'       ' " A '-A  )..'For a fev*Amt^nente'iI sliaded,iny(faie  ���������withv one handyjtiptvaqr.Ihg  Huldah cried .out in  horror.:   There, in  the lBunligKt?aii**mWth^^  Almost immediately I recovered myself,  ;0ind,X8ej'zi.ng..:thek<B^^  the aceho' of ''tn'e^'a^ideh'l:.' ���������'.' It Rod'beeii  ^n by. the mcni-atAwbrk in.,the. fieldej  and, in the next few minutes willing  hands came tp render assistance.. Jn lea's*  than half an hour41ibv,,niewB htul)roached  Biaintrce, and >thio*������'; v-^slno: ^a^pklbf. help.  Strong men Boon BctAjtbAworlc.   Some.of  ,,th������ I:unhappy .lmsscngerB. wer1? drowned,,  and their bodice '-were "not rceovercdyfor  daya; but those -;who.������������������: remained^iri^ithe''  carriages wero /i-eacued i\s, ..quickly oa  p^Bis4hl������������V fJCwo>or three.. men' were taken  but (jjulte.deafl,,and were laid in ghastly  order on the green bank.   Tho wounded  \Vffire nplbAii/.fbjvi I grew, faint o#. I looked  at the forms'of the" suffcrefs, with Hu'l--  dah Yane V.V niy side. We had dono  what "������6 Wuhir I had beennttendlnK to  a little child whbm we had found cllng-  y  ���������'Had you. not'* oetjter try to;.nna oujft.'  ���������ho ha, isf'.-..'.If jinything ,seriou9;fis 'Hkloly.;.,  ���������*. happen, Ms "friends Otlight At% W,)*Bei!iti?'  iy������ij''*-<-i,~V^,  .fit*.      %^\&!&4'y :$'i$%  AAA  '^/.������������������jAIJout *t\vo^ycar������i Kf tor; Miss ������Vdno ��������� hiad  e������i)n*5 to the lllver HouBb/a railway company was formed, andi after a long ro-  when*) you eiimo horo. yoitv    were'iiob  *������is'biincu,ili;wiw qompelied,tovUpUiOm- of  ���������nmchtjmoro than eighteenth'. '(A*fv   niy, l*o������t fields, through which  tho, lino  a I'JW^^ i  \\WitOvpas8;-,,and then, to' my, groat hov-  .������W,������.Iifll������t������,*������������t)>J4.l������.#'li. ill-Ill '������.������������������������IJ.i������WW.> WilUllHiBIt ������t, *i I,������  >ll I Hil.rnii.liTl> ������>ii������ll. lIlMilf* '  "lliilMilH^^    *n*..  Lt,twysMV**i.  ttwm\\  y.i -I'-.  ,,,., MAD!  IN  OAUADA    *     . ^  r. ;*Jfto������~WhoI*������aomo^Kcoh^  ;,-;, It h :uitd by all lite force Bik**������ and Cttterew,' nu  J '.well ua by l!������a Ixt-i-l isbibo hnkvi*������iij t-qolfi,, FuoJ pro-  v1 duclithet are produced m dearr factories nro beat  ������,<ll|ll,J,|llU.wltl<,,lll,MR|.|||lP  H^H'V 1-..V    "* '* ,# 4������  i%      ^M      \.       V  d".4/'  ,S- ,i-  ing round aT^lead, mother's A'neck.  thought.it would ;iive, biit It died in ni;  arms, andAvaa^ldca to tli'c ghostly row  on the green bank. Profiehtly thoro was  a ory frohi one of the ��������� carriages that  ftbom������d;>to hang between, tlie -,bridge rand  tlio wator-~eome one fttlgnalkd for help.  ). lit -Was a wo*rl*f'0f alitaofltifiuporjivjiman  .difficulty to rwjcuo those ihflhiejmdro  than' once, we whblooUfed on in,breath-  lep-fl' fluspense, thought that-the rwcuers  wjanld louo their own Uvea in tho effort,  At length the tall figure of n man was  *,brought ..put,. 4w4'f ,l>ken q, (lady-ran<l it  pfovVyl tliM they tworwerei tin the car-1  rlh go alone. "Are both fdead t" I asked  one of the doctors, " , w^.-m *  . 4'*Sro," ho replied.,n i'The gentleman  seems eoveroly htit-tt tlte IMyiiH'"tunned,  X'fftrioy. If we oould get them removed  somewhere,.thoir 1-ivee might lie saved."  "Vou would like tp tajkq them to the  n'enw-y-it house t������������ I ttald; qtiWltly! "The*  its the Wvot I^*njw*|;ijlet;,th^m*h,e ������iHlven  there at once,"-Mine Vano will lie quite  willing;" And then, remomlierlng. heir  ���������rK!c������llarlt*yV I .thought It. 0-lvJiw.Wo to, con-  wilther.     ��������� .'" -"' ���������*��������� "* ��������� "'." ���������  "It lis' ngelnefc' your rule, att*1r������������fc> youtr-  wli-h, I knowi buLthe doctor,o*wurce me  tlwi miHUomen'ii IJfq-d^i^iide.pm the e-tj-  TMsHtlon with which ho own he t-rcatcd.11*  ������������������Throw the'-whole hm������*flfl'P*fMSB/' ������h* r*>.  pWed, "t em quite vHUInig, If X esm.  heJp, kt we/*  A few mirtulM afterwitiiKi owe of tSie  Dalntwe cari!eg������ii wa������   driving elowly  with, the two .y-enoueil 'pa**iB������iJjj**r*.k. the  Ttlvftr TfoiH#^  ;������������������ OiUWKR VIII.   ��������� --.--,.'-  ]'ir. FkicW'iiiMl urn* wUti-U>i������, 'two  *  * 'A     *���������.-''; -V ,'- - , "'i ft.* *!"''    ,'  : T ,������.' y, .     '.  j  i    ^ 'i^'iWvi:,** 4i   ��������������������������� rV'J Wwu  '-���������?��������� Wiat)is ^thel.injuryS**- 'X? askedi ? HA Ay  y^'Braiii' ebAcussibVi/'^ replied ^Dr;;- Met-  icWjA,briefly*>;^  A)" '��������� -Will ���������'���������"y oiiiy iihavej^f lirtlierA AaUyice'*^l������;  "inquired.- X t.A^W: ^^:-v^' 'y-X 'XX'^'y^ ���������^���������AXA''.-  -���������Yes^/if���������*'no,change tkke&A place*iin a A  short ;*time.^..yv:A,A:^,0...,.'..���������.    .'.'.;,. ;������������������,;..., ,y:y;;y..~  No chahgejd^'^  did' hot open his eyes,    tte, ��������� iMmedAperA  feietly iinconseibus; and thedbctor'?.:faee-  grew more and moi-������ anxiotfs.jvlv-wijtqli^d  diimAas,,iivtently,tas he .watched the^suf-.,  fe-rer;   "DoAyPii ^lunk it:^ill^cnt^^at^  ally, Doctor?'' I��������� aeked.v.-v^V--      .    A   r  f'l am afraid so, At-;-^ Seville. While  tlierc is life, though';'we' will hope." .;  I'Had ypu notjybetter try ;to;. find )9Ujr>"  Who *-' -���������-������1   *" ~--iU''������������������ -���������!���������.-���������- im:������Hj.  for,  i'Thc lady is hia wife," said Dr. Flet  chler..    "She, is  sleeping - joundly., ^l'er-  .hapa you are   right.yMrs;  Neville;   It  would bo ns well to know who he is,"  (To ho.'continued,).',yA ,;.;  ���������Jm '    .i������*m   ��������� ���������' .i,,'.i."J-a;i   ������������������'-;  VWANTED NO;IiANDA^TAC)Ki;fA v  (Cleveland Lea<lo>'.)  John W. Titcomb, of the tJiilteluilStato-':  'bureau of fisherieB, eni'i .r-ieently'.of, -a  'fishing.excursion: ,. .'���������'���������'):<"'X'\:X��������� ,,  '���������"��������� "t oncejriftdo a'fiah'lng'Cxcifrsipn to-a'l  stream that' flowed behind) a lunatic  asyluin; As I aat iti;nd-������8mokcdr on"tho  bank,' watching my cork,. I noticed a  strange object floating .down, toward lpo  "with tho ,ouri-ent'; I 8}i.\y tWtttj'i-fc'wijiB'ia  man. He had all his clothes on," and he  was swimming, in., tho, stro.ngoat' way.  I.verily bolievo every paW) 'of*him was"  submerged but ono nostril.  J"f'tlt' I shouted, V>vhj},ri,are you doing  there t'        ,~? y      ���������  "Ho lifted Ills head Xrpm.l������*hiiatht'the  Binfaoc, and, then, bofoie drqwing It  under > again,, ho, f napped-t^,. .A-    , , ,.  " -Sh-^slil������������������;'" Don't Inierfcrel,v'1 rm ' a  BUhmarlhc J '"���������Cleveland leader,      ,  : ���������      ���������   /7'wfel 'I ^������  ���������v'���������Up to,;Arthur;^'���������^B-cp  " 'Art' is long, ni\d tl-mo:, Ja'Mtlug.r'  Murmured  tho  eplaate^ ���������pti^jW*'  "If ho doesn't pop * next ..Unia. wo'ro  A plain M*iity;6i������iHke m pinl,rt;i,*eii'������en.  AisLve beeu',ih'n*iy)^  h.ave jStpod) '���������the';)p^i'n':.:;*mueh:y-Iphger and  doctors did not '(to me any good.' * ���������i';:;:;  ADrl ,Williaih^;^irikAPillsy^ireA spldy^by  allAmedicine. dejale^Ao^;1^?^^^ M^"^  ��������� .mail at 50 cents a b*Px" Sir ���������* 'six botes', for  ;J2^0)frbni)^he DrAyVi*)^  ACbi*i.'-Brockvnie^-Ori������."vC,';;''>J/A  ;; AA*')- ��������� ��������� -:yA ' ���������;; ^!fX^-:^^f^$>^^.  " "��������� Edu(^mglthe'''EiEwai^^  Go  Needcn  j-.'.;-vido ���������,our,.ibest.y.yy;       ..    .-,���������.- ���������  Summeryin vill^eaxover-Tttie^^ days;;*wlnyso<>ny  ������������������'���������'J "bef cooli-'- - ?::ti>ff'i������7Ayy.i:& ���������."itiyxyji;;; ;y  Fix -must vre  now   the jchllaren, v ana start  ;,-y,"v: A tiiem oil"to ..sqb-*ol";.AyyXX-AAX^''" \ XX  bbrothyv ahe'li fe^'goli^s*afparf-iot'every-"'dayi':  Out ito tlie Tciridergarten^to teach .heri,bow..sp  :::>.:i ^^^I'x^i-ymxx^pmyA' :':XXxxxix  Never, need to *^0W3^7-Sfefl.%i^d.!5^?^?<-:^.  y~yi~: fun-r: Xiyi;-y-J',.*-;'-;':t;'*r-':;-''---y*;*-:''A- .���������>���������-"'-^"j---"  Sven a part"or tSeApiaylng^B'by 'tTae'teacner,  ���������,^..;i.*-;;:i'''lone."':r'--*';-:..';''yj\y-.s  -.  '���������'���������   4    !*��������� ,-    -,'���������'���������."   .��������� > f-\ V {'   ���������������������������������������������, t *(,', X>\ 5 J'--" f.J'.'t-*r^ "*-j.*-: -'it^ ���������'���������,'-1" ���������"* A' '"    ' * "r/Tr^' ''���������'���������   'r-'-  Toinmy. . he^ia>dnA^6ixtfi;y*:gi*ade;.; ypu);t;ardl?*;;  ',������������������:';.:���������$..; -would;.8Upp6se"y^-Ay!*y^A-;,sy^ ������������������^^^i,  iphildre& ciiuld "everrleara.Jiair-the;Httle riiacal  ���������V:MS:;. knows!"'-:-,*:A-Wii:A^^Sy;sK������.isA^iy- A;:vi;;.A.������:  .Thirteen  separate .^tudie&^he^^d,, or yeryy  '���������������������������.- '"SA near. ,-J...,-...-"A'A'i;''Ay^y."-",������..v.-"*.'.���������*������- :.,:'-';���������:..'���������::*���������  ���������Aziw I ain told tlie 'hnm'porwiWfbe' Increased  t^ a. ''tnis^ycar -*yy*s '-u. zxysu .a*j!.^ys,;;?J:*-s-}<yj^  *v.\A '��������� ���������������������������������������������'. ��������� ;-* ;*��������� yyy;i* Wm^mix^.:;,y.,,-. :> ���������������������������.  vEaally.'.s. tn.ythev.,grajmmar, ,���������?caoo!l  ik."i ; nin-* little.,BaseJ.AA;'AAjyy::A.;������::'.-;;.^  ���������Know': some;several.������������������tirrieai.morestnau I  A iii ��������� "at^lier-iasf-i!" ��������� ���������^X'.<k&M?iy$ii:m.:;.A<^   -..-���������<���������  know*- who -aho'8j going - to, ,marry ���������and leaves  yi ', -it ino to'learn:---,. ���������:"y;y.:A:ii:,^;;.    .-���������'"  Acts and talUs like really it waanoneyot my  k: X;  concern. ,  ,.,   .   -,. -.- /���������, ���������  s ���������(; '*'���������'������������������ ���������'��������� ��������������������������� v;''.-j,A'-.v'.,;..*si-a:?-'f.fe'.i5r iirv^.vr.-t.i ������������������ .ui\  ;Johnny Is la tlwblttb'iWhool^'It'e-^yln-sylite;  a        lASHepi  f   kiiied..-..-....,  4.Year ended June 30, 1G03  355       5,000  Year ended June 30, 1904- 441       5,105  Year, ended June^ 30, Afl05:53,rAAA*s885  Year ended June r30, 1S06 A35������y *  5^38*;  Year ended ^une'-30;Alfi07y61Qv lf#JS&.  s Total for five years  ��������� ������������������'.*���������    - ������������������   .     ������i>  y2,3CS A;i25^C3  THE CODBa TSa KANSAS.,  Dryy  York  manfrer  If;!-  WXHAAM  ������������������ i'yy^y4z'yi>'ii.  :X*  ...   i-  scbnappB?'y asked' an  ���������eastern  )c<mtly?ibi; a^n^i''j^t:^f^'^'va!^  ���������iMT*'>&s*&^  X*- -"gjji.i,*-������ ywo&sthe rebjv.i /'Sure."if yttta-y-r-r"'"������������������  !>8ignsAai:eArightp ='''"���������-v'''"'" v----;-"  '���������K!J^!'K~&"������,!,?S  i'to-'kn'ow'^^  SiaitAal|i^tWiv8bmejp  y::x\fy.  ������������������'.������������������: frm  cua������  :������������������:-'. ;!*>'���������  (Sid  w������-ii������������jw������i'-������ii"w iWfl^������..������Wi������   mi ������������ww>i wnnm���������wnim.i���������  .ii .,1 ii..i.,ii .t,.,,i,-ji, j,.., j.,  nawwwMM  ,.IHl*h^,lii^,i.  tK-V-iJ'N'i^Y  (llNii'i'. '" ' " A* XZfj  \ rff* R.h' cum ^riyfi,\ r.,,,",.,  .. :anewr:..i;.;rt.s-...������������������.���������*���������������������������(-���������/,. if.ff.,^-- /;���������!'���������. .������������������>}������(:.,.���������.,,..���������...���������> ..  When that^brllH^nt^dnrltng BivesoWonn la-  -.-  tervityw:-,."'���������**��������� ^.''"^-'.-y'l^vsyyy..- -f..-'..--^  Aa he"cbmoB ln*"to" ^lMner,' htB.ftlrs aro all;  A so fine!;   .-'f ; t'iii:yy^.. yxX-X; y.A -A'^  ;:  Scorns aa it we'd Invited, some, duke or prince  Llbnoi'B'ofti-to- colleiie-rhe'a .one y of   t^elf,  ������#������������������ . 8martOBt.ttmart;s1yy.,^;i:;;,A-y.^y^'!....;.,  He has been studying .football, and" knows  It/ all by ��������� heart; *' .���������"'���������{. ���������X'x'^:i *5������-  Also the Greek and IiAtln,;-which, no ono nefld  condemn. ���������-.,y* "...���������j'.'-,-'|.<-'i ���������!-.:���������; ���������str^r ��������� ffi '������������������>;���������'. <���������������������������-,  But which, ,11 hoj;4ld ,nt>t ,8t!������dy/,7t*fV'c>hld)be  ' tbu WUJHU for rUoUt,. ���������!'���������.-.' .���������.���������������������������,*������������������������������������������������������-'-,-���������-'���������: .:';-'";,'  ���������  ������������������   :���������.'"������������������ ���������.���������������������������.���������' , ,n,-,)��������������������������� ��������� *-i*i i.v'M������';-.'!. ;.,'l.;.i('j :���������*/;:���������': ^.;f J  Samuel; be'e a * graduate���������learned , nil they  ,.have;.to������,Wtl��������� : ;���������..���������!���������.; ,.-.;.���������-���������- .'i''?.,'^..! ;.(,���������(-���������,������������������.'��������� ,-t,-,,  Mow:anatn, ho. to with us, aaq. not ,eo vory  w������ii      ;; ),'   "��������� *yy'-Av-���������-.'������>,-...  Do  not fornet,  my  OJ***a-'I,ll'rtell' Hi you  nsaln-,* ��������� *������������������������������������.   .���������..���������(.������������������.:'-,- v,f ,-,.-���������;���������,  Have bin broakfautvraody,  waken nt ton, "*"���������*,'  >JfHi>.<''i.:i'*t'.  >'a'i;lwttle^S^beeK:������.-?.- ^���������^ys^^x^i'^r's^^^rnxft:  *"* Kieft,,^MSektehaed,Athump^^*^^^^        j^' y.;:\  i'ge'rsAstraightiibu^  yATwoAthujmbs ���������;up^iingers,^l^i|d-,*^r)     :)-;A  'pitit^whiBkirjy^y-:' yXiuo/.A':AXs(X^AAvAAXiX''!  yATwirli������g',-rhumbs,'wj|������^  ���������twofbbttles")bif rbeerviy.. ������������������ XhA^A X-^^X^^)A^,.; -- y  ^A^Finger in thejear, highball. x^^X^^A^'M. -''*  -'A- jpullinig:-the^ilobef.of/;the P$W'^M^iA,% 'X  '���������dicky.*������ ��������� Ajyf A .ry^ytr-i ,py*;>,H \tiXiiAihXXiX;  'AHahdCover *the lieart,;:-whiskey^j^d^-u, j...  leiJiD'h^v'.-'-w^;rt';'-''  ':X  >fw���������,.*-yv,'te���������''���������yy���������^.i���������.fy^;v:'���������:i^'A  j'^' Crbssinj^fof leg> above> knee,< stj^ding^i ^.y,,  ���������;TOyal:'gi*a;-*fissj!.yA. a\^ .r-i-'tyiAA 'iiAXiXJ-i^-i-;^A.-;  ,; Crossing leg below the knee, silver gin. ..>  ^iiwbfy^X* .M ��������� XXxt XA^iXAX:'<i*iS:S'&$fX'::*.  ' A"Bpthfarms extonded,!fPa.tsy:CpnnoK.f i:^  ;; pitigerAtouching tipvpf thejnoap^ManT, .,^}������  Alittttan cbektailJ'' A."->?*j*i' t,: -y y'.: Xyyft.-)>'��������� h������<;i;;^.. ���������  HiindB  'clasped   behind^^ back,   Dntcltts ,.,)  A-spiltiy-''*  '<'''���������"   'A J,'^XAi i*xi y^m$ tini*. 'A  AA SlidkinK*;hands witht-ybiiraelf,���������*' cham-i*������������������.:>:������������������  "Ipagno^'* <# wxw>-!*r.a*. y c* ��������������������������� ���������;(,���������>.���������,;-:,,'X^.,^-A  x"w\  in  enpn, tlint Tn*  ',.*'..iVc>*Wlfi7:y  ,Au for.',,tUeJr>iifnth<ir;,Hhdr/mothor���������wo^e-ihad���������  ������������������ i    floraevyenr������.:oBo.vv\,ftv/ t���������M-���������';,ri %,i.\'-K*'A  t wo^lro'b^und 'tTnat 'nre'Children *"what*fi  All  Du  over tbetr future, fato,,  '1ccrtaih"' b,!ff������cis������l in,!lcra*!isa9'-'wlio'! hai������.v������!-lnt-"u.J*; .* -���������*���������  to do'with the "law's vihf breoem^  <ped.in a drug store in a Kansas town ������.'::-,  I'Bonio ;-timb)ago.')' llla^ear lteh8aj\oiid/> .'.'.".-v.'  J naturally, ho ���������ppked^'flh^r^into' 'theAA>  Hn^talizfiig'aurftlc*?* f^���������*/*X^^'H^Ax.  over yiunr   luiurw, iuio, i ������ ,  Hunt hnvo an education and nave it up to  dato, \\ \>'t\' ��������� , '.. . w,,  ���������Will  OnrlDtopif<io*t, Scptombtr, EvorywlieM.  'y*i:\i;,iX7 nyi-yf,     ��������� <���������   '���������'��������� - ���������>������������������'- ���������<���������- ���������������   *  swfiistiEii the" phoIne.  ft  40 iu|iu������,ynnt������our,\ ana nevery slowing up  forf) orofRings-i: Br^'G. '^ABattlcr-s ^iw  arous^dihy: goineWdj^ flJing^VoalutdHn  tlio tolephono nf" the. head of his hod.  ���������Tlio llttlo'cloQk onvtlio arosiibr teeorded  1 a...m. "This ijf tho .municipal lighting  plant,!?, "isald; a>v<*.Ieo.;���������, ^Woiil-i,, yon *m liid  looking out of the window to' see if tho  atrecUllglit������>ro liiiiiiiiig.vthcre bn-your  cornerV* AnybVdy'bnt a"dotiftoV1 wduld'  liavo,. slammc'l jthe ro,coiv)cr,; .Into,, plaeo  wltlibut t(WAitlng to'.Ijeirir, a*hotl'icr' weird.'  ������...   ._,_-.,:..., ...    ���������.,.������.. .,  .... f.wl  or  lobkc<!(,  ..-   ���������  ,  ..,   .-���������   ,,     ,,,   - -, Btlcldrig.  to   bufllneftfi 8ame,,na.,ii!*'Mat.     TTavIng  dlngnoflcd   tho,   ciieb , of tlio    llttlitii as  palWd'btvclcAtri W Ul^������Ato "make'  hU .report;   ������',TheyVro,' MftliftW nald, he,  lint ���������;thet .7.terije)y.; ..���������V������ry,.-^]|t thea/J,  cami������    hack  the  voice,    "siiitppoRo   yon  blow 'cm mitt"  The ne^t diiy th<������',telepl(onV mnn-^mo  around and potclictl ,nji, A.1.1*6 phono ������n  that it   was   Ju*t   o������' Veod as new.-*-  Cleveland rialn ADealor,    ��������������������������� .ini."i..  Tungitenln Neva Beetle. :  A r#<c*nt (llnoovtiry of tunti-iteh' ore In  the Moonoi Elver: uold mining district in  Nova Hcotln sjIioxi/m; no far ui exploration  lias pon#, n Well dnfiiied Vt'ili compoNt'd  of eol������oo1lt;e, tvAntty, ami a llttle'mlHplckel.  *l*he vein'mattotli* vory Irregular in com-'  K  iAn bxiictydcfinitiplii) of < a, gontloman t *  ' has booh tried many times,' never per- ; .r  ihaps wiUV'bhtirely 'satiefttotbry icaulte;'' .1 ?  kittle Sa'dlo 'liad nevo^ hoard of Utoy ot t J���������">-.  tl-td  dcfiuitibiiii,' hut''slio. managed ,klt*������"-^  ("Sauie,"Vliat is' a gontlemrtH?'' A* *M ^*������  * '���������Woae'e,' 'ma'am;"  hlio    hnsweVcil/ "���������; >'-^  yentle-ipWa, d)ina*t*yc(Uv don't knowvei^y!,--)  \\WUl "������������������"'" '         '"     ���������*"���������   l'',<|1 '"'���������  '���������I-"**' v'>   W'l'.Vv'-,  j .��������� ���������'y ���������    X, ...-, ��������� *������������    i :.' ,- * i A -Ji'.' ���������'! '.-(ji  I    , Bell Ringer,for ?0,Years.,    ������ 'V'*  ;���������     ������������������'-*.   '"���������"���������    !'������������������    -.*..   1   -.,-*,��������� *;*.l|������'.' ,V,.,<.: ��������� ;Cl.������ '',i   ������.*,    ���������  ���������Mn John Sklmion ngodtgfl, nr*alft|ed In, ,  the'rlnglng' of two poale onBrpnilclyat |f.  ltolli*' lafrt week Ih icclebnattonuof;hie i.A  .birthday.   Ho hae. rung mil all the prliv*.^*  ,'ilpal events of the perlo-Jnt KxetrnCe^,' '  y'thedral for upward of upcvnty years) In-  ��������� eluding Queen Victoria's coronation in  lfti'trt, her wiildliiK Inrlfl.-lO^ both hoi'.,juhiv  'lope ahd King IWwar<r������ birth end,oorpwj '*....  atipn.   lie is beloved to M the oldcsifc.'���������'.'  Xlnger. in tlie cbuntry.--Lbnihyhi8tvttna-  ,  ,ni������     ...������ .,- ..ji,,   ���������     ,t....,,   i..,;     -tjx  .,������������������'���������';���������;������������������'���������'-.!..  ��������� '������������������/'!,  ���������������*-���������-  .Why  II* Objects.  -! A  ������������������Women * vote I Never,  nir������ with .ay y������  eon������ent;'V    ........... ,      *'���������"]���������'  -.'."Wrtv'notP" '   '       'A*   "A'     " *"'"   *.'  * -"WhatJ And Jiftve'my wife'ibelWf'������Jttv'Wv  hate to other wowt������m on tlie"e1ectlon":',-i������.v!'  Bortiom Transcript, *  ���������t  lite vein matto*,1<* v������ry Irr-r-gulnr in com-     B ol������l*���������������Ootroi* wnyn hi* wl'o 'mafcV*'"'",  poiitlon, varying,from pure iiehcellte tdjhlii money*go a Toiig way,'���������'8WMiYee,  fi  pure t-piurU or  pum , utinpickcl and aii  ccaWnatlon-i of tlu***'? three.  ,-**'*������*���������>*<-*������M,>1  mrouwi! ***>*"���������������*���������!?������; '���������'���������  ...    **- y   i  piiuii-iii'*    a    trsfi  ���������"-fti'-.f.  !'*v:v*jyc;**  ,-<**,  ���������  .-1  ���������'. 1,' tun c&������sto& fefeVt^W  *f."K.<~. ���������Lt-  "--**��������� -  mi.t-i7,{~i.  '���������"vyri**,*!? tiik  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Y/ild Ross Lodge Kb. 39'  ft,:-*s������5a a fc=^  * "���������'S^ 5LS t  As?  B  < 111 J*������0  SB-SUP OFFICE, TORONTO  SSTAOIXSHB-D 1867  M. M. WALK**, rratftai  AS55AS9SB ������������XHD, General Maaa-jtr  Paid up Capita!, $1Q,000,000  Reserve Fund, -   9,000,003  Creston. B������ C  Meets every other Monday from June 20  to Ootober 4 at 8 p.m. ia Speers* Hall.  K. M. Reid, O. O.  A. E. French, K. of R. ������& S.  K. S. Seven, M. of F.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  Branches iiroughout Canada, snd in the United States and England  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  f^ofiSta of $i and uowards are received aud interest allowed at etsrrent  9 ������ s������  ee&m.    Accounts  may be opened in the names of two or  snore persons and withdrawals made by any  one of them or by ihe survivor. 324  PSEGY B. FOWLKR. MANAGER ORESTON BRANCH  CRESTON L=0sLe .No-ao***  Meets at 8 p.m. every let andSrdThurs*  day is each month.  Andrew Miller, W 34.,  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ���������- ���������-' ���������Tp* ������TTi T *��������� 1  tjm  T  y-j^jMtj^^Mulaj  ������*N^-*������ -������- /-\������^  ���������cassac  ^~x������$ktH < + * ���������4*r^'fr-&% Cxk-^% 4r  HORSE  BLANKETS  From $2.50 to $3,30 each  ROBES from $3 to $15 each,  .Neatsfoot Oi! for Shoes or Harness  Visspi Gii, the Only Waterproofer in the  World for Shoes,    You need no Rubbers  ;ENQLISH DUBBIN FOR SHOES  "���������>���������.    -  ; The Old Fashioned Preservative.  y  Get  our narness  YQU NEED IT.  Look out for our Xmas Show oi Lovely  Leather Goods.  CARVER'  The Creston ^evieH^f  Fsblished every  Friday at Orestoa, S*titJ������h Columbia, by the Creston Pub-  lis^tef Co., at their office, Fleet Street, Oreston.  1   W  HAi  ivi L������ .  1  Moyie brewery  ���������s. ���������������. ."OSjSeOjs  ���������>j������iii-fi������   y.  TTTA*HT     ������     VAKtmn.  o   HsuSinhuSit o������ th������ Celst*-*"*���������  PU...VV..  Subscription, $2 00 a year,  sc-jusy Sciiccs, $5; w)  in advance*  Oor  Con-  aka Shore Espe?*-*.  BOTTLED BEER A SPECIALITY  Pare Mountain apriag Water used ia ths MaauJaeim*  of our B*������r=  Ths XUvisw is tfes ^kEOw!*d������ed advertising medium of the Greston rsHey,  calnting* in ever one thousand homes throughout the OreBton district  columns ere open tocons-aepondente on live questions of local interest.  ���������wutmn. ssnst be b������i������rf������. written en one side of the paper only and siened. not  necessarily for publication, bnt ae evidence of good 'faith. We invite support  is sc? endeavours to increase the neefnlnesfi of the Review bj bringing in your  adTetfii^ests, sab^Btiess sad sews. Cojnplaieits from subscribe:* suite  aca-receipt of paper will bo promptly attended to. Adgresa all oommnaica-  tioas te the editor.  I  Jessie fffiarie Biggers the Nexl  Star Attraction  The Ssgiish Grand Opera Singers,  who appeaced iu the Creston Auditorium on the evening of the 10th inst. were  tsilj ail thai they were advertised to be.  Thie troupe waa high classed in all respects. Iti ia being followed by a most  novel entertainer in the person of Miss  H������������m������n* 5i**������rers who ^7 ill ar*T^ear at the  Creetan. Auditorium on the 4th of Jann-  I  ���������    MUELLER is. HESSE, Props. e Moyie, B,Ce  Creston  noiei  i uresi  Win  UVfUliftL  raiinr mu.  muii  mum  Jkvr     oa     ���������**-   ������.iAiurvrAjua.*jLvrx-io  WITH THS VSOYSSOIAL  GOTEHKME2SFT.  CRESTON IS   IDSA1,  PLACE FOB  LOCATION OF FARM-  It is unofficially announced thai the  Provincial Govenunent will at an early  eSsy -Nsitahlish a ASrait fsrsn eomewbere  fa the Kootenay district. Froin tho very  -fastest advices to hand it is known that  sissns jjoverames* ofSeiais have  . making some enqoiries regarding  .txaats of ������nohard laaSs ec Cssstos, asd  tor ihe iau-i few days solor has bssa given to Shis report by the announcement  that the government was at the  present time seriously oonexderiog the  -advisability of throwing open for settle^  SasEt the bioek of 3,000 stores of orchard  land now held by the ADavis Bayward  JJand Co., of Victoria, under a timber  **���������������������������- It is ciainiied that there is practically no -marketable timber on this land,  -er-hieh is ideal for fruit growing.  This Meek of fruit Issd, at present es*  cambered with this timber lease, is located in the very center of the Oreston  ^istsist, ^?hioh coaacrisea 100,000 sores  ������f frnit lands. As the owners of this  Aimber lease have no real object in retaining it any longer, there will be a  rmovemtdt of foot here at onoe to try and  induce the government to reclaim this  , ���������valuable tract of frnit land, whioh is at  ���������present being held by this Victoria com-  -pany.  This Wook of 8.000 acres is situated  3nsfc two miles east of Oreston and is an  Ideal location tor a government experimental farm. It is stated by frnit experts and others having made a study Of  this matter, that nowhere in the province of British Colombia is the same ������m������  aoaense acreage to be obtained as at Ores-  ���������ton, and while this district is now only  in its infancy te the frait indns'ary, it  ���������will be only cv few year* wheat the ont-  ���������put of frnit from this district will be  trerr great. Indeed, so alive nre the  -residents of Oreston to the situation  that it is now stated that the Oreston  Board of Trade at its next meeting will  take this matter np and will present the  ���������/proposition to the government in proper  zerm.    i  As this district is so different from any  other locality iu the proviuoe where ex-  ^lin-iental farms aro already located, it  most important that the proposed ex*  -perimental farm be located at Oreston:  and the people of this place intend to  vise every effort to bring this important  xaove about.  It Is already an open see-ret that the gov*  ernssent has had its eye, figuratively  speaking, on Oreston for some time as  ths mcstoentral location tor the proposed  experimental farm, so that it is now  merely a matter of exsot location than  anything also. "While there are several  locations around Oreston that present  many Inducements for tho location of  this f aluable asset to any -district, still,  as ths government itself owns the Davis  fiayward timber lease land, and this  location, while ideal in all respeots,  oould be converted into the exjperimeutel  farm at a very small cost fa>ths govern*  ment.  It is the firm belief of those on tbe inside that when the ease has been properly preeecjited to the -ffovernmestt the ex  per-hMental farm will be located on the  land owmn! by tbe gevettunent and now  held by the Victoria ootupany.  a*y nesiv.  Miss Biggest has bepn engaged by the  Star Entertainment Course a������& is J*eally  a s*H*tarkabie entertainer. She is positively the only lady artist in the Dominion capable of giving an entire evening's  entertainment, and holding her audience  spellbound from start to finish. She is  an American who has sosnt many ytsus  in Canada. She is familiar with -the  likes of all audiences and offers an enter*  -sissies* -j-***. aa?el and unique as'it: is  powerful smd isten^tiug'. All lovers of  the b^t in literature ow& i$ to themselves  to plan on saving an evening for* Miss  Biggers on January 4th.  WHOLESALE WINES, LIQUORS  jnjnjtiJiiJtt AND CIQARS c^g^8^������^*s^  I  The Leading  Hotel of the  \/OU will malce no mi*siak������  f when vou s^et off the trai.fi  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Traveilin-g  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests,  xne rooms are well furuished Xik  a. manner up-to-daU.  I  ���������  Our   Guests |  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  GaJU *������gain\ T  a  I  Headquarters  Lumbermen,  and Commercials.  tor Mining Men,  Tourists  Ranchers,  Moran fS rMead -  tig  e ehqgi ureston, n.y  .._���������_is Jsistes McDonald? !��������� th������  question that is now bothering the pro*  vincial police It seems the provincial  police have received enquiries at various  points from McDonald's mother in Scotland, who wants to locate her sua. It  seems that JamsW McDonald, the much  wanted son, was employed some time  ago in Bresson's biiigs gas**** ������������������*��������������� Sird*sr,  He left there on Aug. 20th for UtxanPFflpk  where he purchased a ticket for his  home ia Seotland, and has no**- bean  heard of since then. It is stated that he  had a considerable sum of money on him  when he bought this ticket for the old  country. Anyone knowing of his whers-*  abonts are requested by an anxious  mother te please notify the nearest provincial polios.  Don't forget that the Board of Trade  will hold their first annual bann.-ap**. pp.  the evening of the first Wednesday i-n  January. All members of the Board of  Trade can secure tickets on and after the  18th inst. by calling on Mr. P, B, Fowl-  vr, manager of the Bank of Commerce,  who is hon n������o, of the Board of Trade.  Evety member of tbe Board of Trade  should not fail to take in this most enjoyable event, as Messrs. Lowenberg  and Moran, the banapet committee, are  sparing no pains to make thie banquet a,  suooess, and anyone who knows either  of these gentlemen should feel eatiifted  that their names being attaohed to any  committee would warrant that nothing  in their department will be overlooked,  as neither of these oommittee men do  things by halves.  1 ari  L-xasj  i of Hardware  Will keep adding until Stock is Comolets.  [@ Assortment  XMAS BARGAINS  V L-  X  <*  Give  us a Trial.  .'.  We are waiting to  To wait on you.  i ^>, vcy ma' v>^ vum \pe*^������r\&?  ^^r^^r ^jr \^^\^r ^y,M^^|^  ���������'-i-M ifissaB  feryTy^nnrgvrrnnnryYyyYrrgrttft^B  ^  Wear* Agents for McLaughlin  Democrats, Buggies, Wagons, etc. \  V-.,.  klltV  IHUUVf  ������jj    vwiiaulUwg  ouying  dscw'usre.  Co  us before  Ft***  cy i ernss  The Creston Hardware and Furniture Co.  McCREA TH  1F| W%  e*  e  CRESTON  Z������MJLd9ukSLaaOQflPAggiaasaagfloaoflooost**--.s*j������fleeej^-^^i^^^f*. |  ^SBSSPPS  shmi  '������������������ i ii��������������������������� imiimian    ���������  A.   G.   BOW NESS  Wholesale Wine and Spirit  Merchant  Cranbrook  B.C.  ^he  fryffl\l4/. rl B^* R m-#\.  The Rtvutw hits |ust received a oopy  of the Vott Oeetga Tribune, pubUshed  at Fert Oeetrge In the Cariboo dlstriot of  B.C., by lobn'Hotistott, formerly of  Welson, iwod latterly of XVlno* Rupert.  The Tribune is about 101a. by lOins. in  -fftee and a tour peg* p*ymt with three  -oolumns to the p*at*. In this paper John  trives a deal of information about Fort  CkMirge. There art only fifty white peo-  -plelnthat t������wt>; lumber is silUhf at  ���������ji|P"Sf*v  jj|r^'���������   ss*iia^i.^^s|pfafis#^w ���������ssBisss^Ai     a#i^s^p^^Bi    s)W1P    ssW-^Ws     Jps-syip  ���������pound, and other things in proportion.  We have placed the Fort Citmg*  |*| it-fefuiiuly.  AKNUAL  Eastern Canada  EXCURSIONS  Ltft> Round Trip Raits to  Ontario, Quebec and  Maritime WroWnces  Tickets ou Bale Deo, 1, to Dso. 81, in-  elusive, good to return within  three months,  Tickets leioed, in connection Atlsntlo  Bteamship ������uiine������s will be on sale from  Not. 31 and limited to fito mouths from  CULei-ffe Oi   lMMt)*sav  Finest fqulpmeiit.  Stitndard VlrstOless  and Tourist Slseolne; Oari and Dining  Oars on all Tbrooih TmiMS.   Oowpmrt.  meat. Xiibwury, OuiJrvatloti Onn on "Im.  perltl iamlted������������ snd ������������������AtltoiMo JC*pr������is-������  h Home from Home.  -Headquarters for mining  men.  First class in every respect.  Adjoining C. P, R. Depot.  Morris & North,  i ���������    '   ,  1   Proprietors,  Sirdar, B. C.  miR. Beatt-*  CWANBBOOK - A. O.  The  Funeral Director  tPaperhangtng  Are iii my Line of Suslnea*  lee my Pattern Books foi WsUpapsire  JAS. ADLARD  AeeiAenee, Victoria Aye, Dow AMMUe*  SMOKE the  '&.%'  OlGrAR  Sold at the Munro and Sam Hatfield's  Union Goods  Say, Johnnie, can yoa:. tell  me Itohere I Qm hire ������ Cfetorf  Saddle Pony?  Sure!   Try the  CRESTON  It's the BESriNVOWN.  There's a Good Dray and  Transfer in connection. Also  Green and Dry Wood,  Cameron Bros.  PROPRmroRS.  Tha ".TOUOWTO KXI������lli������|**  l-uvesWto&ifWff dfcUy at 99,������0, ������������"������J������c  oonneoUotts ** Toroiito fo������* all points  Uaet *nA West Thmmt,  The ''Imperii*. Limited" Wen Wlttttl*  peg dally ������t IH.lft, *iid tb������ "Atlaatlc  Express" at ������.00 diu>, m*Wtif ������o������.  lean a; izwttm& far dl ������teti Z������%'  lb$tut  Apply to lh������ Ni*r-<������������t a r. ,i������, A|������ut  "fin***  ���������M***!/*'''******'**'*!*''*-*^^  m  The Greston  Barber  SSjWSt W*W SW     SP'SSt WSW ���������>���������  Fine Cigar* and  Cigarette*  ALWAYS ON HAND.  Pool Room, Billiards  ��������� and -  Barber Shop  BATHS  Hot and  Cold  Both  At the ������ ���������  Tonsorlal Parlor, Fourth St  mmm  0P WTJBRBST TO FRUIT GROWERS  TH*8 IB TO 0BRMFY Ibet X havo lnapaotcd tho Kurfltry Btcels  grown by the lUverside Nursery, Grand Forks, B.O,, and found no  infectious dlliasfi. .  , ...  The stock U well grown and of excellent quality,  801b tliptembetr 1000. ���������'        M. 8, MIDDLMTOH,  - *    * -, Assistant Provincial Horticulturist.  l**t&*H<**#**������  WALTER V. JACKSON.  ^Jr . . -  ORE3TON, B.O. Hl\ luIiaXDIS :;UK0I.������lXSS  IIWIWiMWIiWi^^  t SISIiWII-M'')-*-^^  *������*<MMM������Mf(llimmMN<������MM  iSKEo.  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  Gsntral OommiMlon Itershants  NELSON       -  B,G,  ���������^"'���������'^"I'Hii'mmmmmmmemmmmmmu  *������.*'*H������iCTiC������^^  CRESTON     I  Take advantage of our a^xniles  ot Long Diatanoe Lines ind be  in touch with your neighbours.  Rates to Rsn.ch.ersy*  Si.8o Caill ne^ Month  ., ~B.;s.^8tei|t\;,A;  .:-:.;,;.IiOoal.'lls^js*M^  Creston Blacksmith Shop  WHNM,w������i.n.i.������HHM������ll|IWIIIMI,in,ll  mil i������  ,i ���������mw**m*4i^^t  Horseslioeing, General  Blaclcsmit^iug ^ R^  paii;i������Ui  Shop at tii������ '  Reftf  of the Creston  Jpivery Bnru.  &J%> ^kS&tb^i^flf������A&A%^^ftfJ^^'4fy.'A  1  On Sirdar Avenuo  bteab atib  bailie.  Also all kinds ofy Cakes mads  On Short Notice*  M  Plumber  W������ alio kfe.p a stock of Tobwooi,  Cigars, aud Cigarettes.  Soft Drinks on tup at all hou-i-tv  Tinware  Si&ties  ^Piping  JHbt,:Ait.-mi:-aH}  Water Heating  a  |p*iM,*4-M.*tiii.  ^AJt^tUMPtH'-  ���������"'in',... uniHim ***;''.��������������� ;���������  L..!**?  mil'IIHI'i'H'ltltl  '*'Hili!t:!llll!i(]i!Hll.!!!l((ltl!!t!ill'lll-!li,!.:il!l!:! -^���������������V   *<       '   *   I   ' *���������.       ,."������       '  Supplement to THE CRESTON REVIEW  ���������-' I*..  5 ot Christmas Uitts  mmm  >..*���������������  POT ���������nu   i\,ifiu������>   ui    i euDi���������+ *   *  I (Sifts tot tbe babies  Cabinets of Fancy Writing <Paper, Perfume in Fancy e.  Boxes, Jewel Cases, Puff Boxes, Manicure Sets, js  Toilet Sets, Fancy Hand Mirrors, Ladies' Compani- J-  ous, Work Boxes, Perfume Atomizers, Hand Bags,  Fancy Combs in Sets, Fancy Hat Pins, Post Card  Albums, Authors, nicely bound.  f  0ifts for @entiemen  i V /  / * ''  ������D������c, if, 1909  t,A   /AA  ' AA v. \X X  1 . ���������*''**'��������� *-���������'.''  N  ������V I*, '*>  Tobacco Jars, Cigar Jars, Ash Trays, Shaving Sets,  Case Pipes, Cigar and Cigarette Holders- Tobacco  Pouches, Cigarette Cases, Military Brushes, Pocket  Books, Toilet Sets, Ink Stands,  (Mis for tbe Xittle ������ncs  TVtll-3    *\* ������ii   I**  m  T������^11r.������      "13,0/3,*  ' ^.  Drawing Slate's, -Carpenter Tools in Sets. Teddy Bears,  Furniture Sets, Sets of Dishes, JL'ominoes, Games of all kinds, Carpet Sweepers, Tool Chests,  Sewing Sets, Girls' Own Annual, Boys'- Own  Annual,  Picture  Books,   Drums,  Trumpets,  Mechanical Toys of all kinds, and lots of other.Toys, too numerous to mention.  McCormick's Chocolates in Fancy Baskets and Boxes  Fry's Chocolate in Bulk.  w**~���������**** CALL EARLY AND  i*  ::  v  i  $������}Monthsjor Vagrant  On-Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock,  K. Clarke was abargsd before J. K. Jolan-v  son, district magistrate, with being**-, a  vagrant. The witnesses on this occasion  were Provincial Constable Jensen, -Miss  Alice jsuupie, vicrorOarr, bobool trustsa  at Alice Siding* and Clarence Pease, a  lad of fourteen.^ ���������  * ' The *f)Vid������nce*showed that the acouBed  hod last Sunday morning oslled at the  home of Victor Csrrand asked for food,  whicirWas given him. Mr. Oarr's" evidence showed that ,5 he had seen men's  tracks from his house to the echoolhouse  at Alice 8ididg. The evidence of several of the witnesses showed that someone  had stejyed in the sohoolhouse last Sunday night and that some of the furniture h^d been broken np aud that things  generally bad been damaged A clean  towel found on thelabonsedby Ooust'able  Jon-sea' was identified byH the witnesses  as being exactly similar to the oue used  in the school. The evidence fully sua-  . tainsd the oharge of vagrancy, and the  nooused;.;was sentenced to six months  nt hard labor at the common jail at  Nelson*.' ���������   t ���������  The.orros* of this man Clark by Con*  stableiJonson was 1*. olevorpieoe of Work.  H&viujVreeeived word on Monday morning that' the, Alicje Siding sohoolhouso  hadblwf.broken l*qto, Oonstablo Jensen  at onoeiJelfc"tO;*tri(irjk on the onse nud left  tbo same di-y'w.'the afternoon train for  Kootens*tVI^ndin#; Arriving there, ho  fouud tha-tt'a'i man, nut-weilug tho description Of toe man ho was looking for,  had'Jnit. left tho Lauding for Sirdar,  having failed to catch the bargo for Nel  son. So tho constable then went on to  Sirdar, aud as he was going among ihe  cars came upon his man: - Jensen then  recognized hjm as the same man" who  he had a couple of nights" before given  a night's lodgings to, when this  man along with a couple of others had  been put out of -the hotel in Creston.  *"''**��������������� ;������*<*lVfa  TntMoivs***.   ���������VViavs  o-rniAafod    livo tnon  and kept him a close prisoner all night  in a bap-gage carat' Sirdar until-the  freight train early on Tuesday morning  brought him and his prisoner back to  Oreston.  Of late there has been a few suspicious  characters about Crestou, and the looal  authorities intend to weed'thetn out as  they present tnemselves.  Constable Jensen left on Wednesday  afternoon for Nelson, with h's prisoner.  ,   y  XMAS AND NEW YEAR  i EXCURSIONS  For the Xmas and Now Tear holidays, the Canadian Pacifio Railway will  make reduced rates for the general publio of fare and one-third for the round  trip. Tickets on sale for Xmas, December 21, 22,33. 24 aud 215; and for the  Now Year, December, 28, 39, 80 and 81.  and January 1st, all tickets being good  for return until January 5th, 1910.  R. L. Hoathcote, tho gonial paying  teller of tho Canadian Bank of Oomm-  ero hero, loft on Thursday for Vancouver to spend Ms Xmas ta\*S,tion During  his absence hia position hero "will bo  filled be Q, Ch Owens, formerly of tho  Bank of Oommoroe nt Priuoe Rupert.  Creston Lumber  M$amtfactwm<i&< L&-.  '���������.'���������'��������� I..:,1..' ���������/���������'. 'A.',-..-...-. ������������������'-. .'���������,*���������' ,AA,;. .,'.,rrUi,-.Ayi1'Ai;:;^yi';,y! ���������'.;,:!-,y v ���������  .,������������������-;.a ...l,  "'.'.v.*'  .'../  :,C0^pleteA;y; yStOClC./* ;'A y6f;  Ayf^Uae*^  f ������������������ - ��������� j 1  , .'.'IM  xx 'A^xxXX>XAAy,yA]  promptetittenttpn  Y.''\:::..;:"r:'\,*j������^  Let;fs Figure wftti$otitiniti&  '.' y%.\i\  <P,0, BOX 24  .    .      -.-/I.   '��������� ,' '!  COOK ROBINS' WEDDING DAY-  (A poem for children) ,  "-    A feast upoiin the grass isx spread    .  ,And birds in plumage^gay       " v  Have iuet that they may celebrate -  Cock Robin's wedding day.'  >- /  * And whom, the reader may dr-uiAUd  Has Robin married then?  A little lady dressed in brown;  Her name is Jenny Wren.  And Robin/putting out his bill/ "-  Gave Jenny Wren a kiss1;,  ;      And softly -whispered in her e&r  ,  "A happy day is this."  -  -.    "My Robin dear," said Jenny Wren  Returning the caress,.  ��������� "I hope no evil may ensue  '     To mar our happiness."  -n.    She Boaroely had pronounced the  1        word  When, down upon tho green  ���������. *���������  A sparrow, uninvited, dropped  With bow and arrow keen.  i  Tho saucy bird resolved to put  His archery to the test;  Shot forth an arrow from his bow,  Which pit-reed poor Robin's breast  Prom Robin Und from Jjenny Wren  A Buddon shriek was heard'; >  "A shriek of h'orror and regret  Proceeds from every bird.  Port? Robin, falling on his sido,  Then olosod bis pretty oyes;  Willie all tho party rent tho air  With piteous groaus aud cries.  Tho woddiug guests all sobbed aud  onod [break;  Ah though their hearts,would   '  Aud tho sparrow threw his bow away  To ffy for Dootor Drake  Ho found tho dootor in tho pond  With his protty wifo so trim,  Aud twenty littlo darling ducks,  Teaching them all to swim.  "Oh. como' with mo; good Dootor  ���������  Drako,  I four wo'vo killed Cook Roblu;  And I am Buro our protty Jon  A A Will die of grlof and sobbing,"  The, dootor, aa ho ooiald not flyi  Ropllod with foor and doubt 5  '-��������� ������I cannot waddlo vory fast ���������  ABJBouuHO I aiH so stout,"  , ;,������������But if to boar' me to tho spot  > -   Someothorblrdsyou'llbrlng,-  My draughts and pills arid boluflofl  ,      I'll tuck bonoath my wing.'!  The sparrow called an onglo,  Who iu tho air did hover;  And ho quickly oarriod Dr.* Drako  , To Jouny and her lover.  Tho, dootor .pulled the nwow out  And gently raised poor Rob;  And though ho oould not stand up*  A.*-: y���������righ^ .:���������..���������:���������,/,',..'. '"..-X-.A  ������������������'������������������..A,  :,  His hoaWbogan to throb. A   a   "Bo siiont now/1 ihhe dootor cries,  _ ��������� 'Such sercaius I novor hoard 1  ��������� Poor Jenny Wren/ who suffers most  Is tho only qulot bird.*;���������  Thn dootor broticbt nlco (jtapoo and  An soon its he could cat;  And told him not for all tho world  To touoh a bit of meat.  "      ',  "Good Doctor Drake," Cock Robin  said, . '  "���������Vm cured of all my pain;  Indeed I'ii never be so rude  To call yon quack again.'''  '���������Is Jenny-gone? " the patient cried.  "Poor Jenny was so meek.", ! ; A  "Wo oopid not aus'ver but lis f^lt' *  Her breath upon his cheek. '  Ahd now they made a bed of woor  And pillow too, of down;  Then took bim far from all the noise  And bustle of the town.     -'-      -.  And Jenny" watched him night" and  day;  She never left his bed;  And was so vory very glad  Her Robiu was not dead.     /  '������- *���������  And whon he opened wide his eyes  And saw his pretty bride, '*  He thought it would bo sad "indeed  If sho so soon had died. -> v ���������  They gathered all the ripest fruits  And hung the trees with dowers;  Aud every oharmiog bird resolved  To sing with all its powers.  Tho sparrow came without his bow  And all was bright and gay;  The noble eagle soared aloft '  To koep the hawks away.  No naughty cuckoo oamo to tease  Cook Robin's pretty biqido;  They thought that thoy woro happlor  .far  Thau all the world boBide,  Amoug the scented flowers thoy'  rovod  Or nestled in tho bush;      -  Or listouod to the merry song  Of blackbird and of thrush.     ���������  Toward others of the foatherd ti&bo  No jealousy thoy felt;, ,,     y  Bat llrod in peace with overjr "bird ���������  That ih tho garden dtyolt..   ^y  FOR SALB~-Now Magooii imd Glv  on's Late Strawberry Plants.,,   Appjjr to {  Boswoll Ranch,vBosw������!lii B.C;  Anyouo wishiug launiiiy* sont to- th������i  Kootonay Stoam Lrxunilar/, Nolaoix. -can.  do bo by loaviug samo ^bh Qeb.'; ISJiuro,,  caro of CreBton Crestou' Mercantile Co^,  Wh0 will forward sa*i������o.:'������ub^''f;T:nbHday,.'  O Pdybttoe mado'a bnninofls. Atrip tty  orfc'Hilll this' woolc.: X X\ ��������� < ��������� xx A ���������, *���������  AHllrly  VsTIBjS    1 Blsfft  yisiy 1 ou urn  eft. Prime EasternxTurkey? a Nice  Fatt Goose, Choice Young cBucks,  UfJH,uiy   Wf&M^������&rS������  CT-v-3 mXift& <2iZi,fiifiy  cPig for  gyyg mm  SSSSSG! 5  'Specially  Selected  Local Fed Beef,  Choice Young  Pork, 'Mutton,  and  Veal-  Selected Fresh Eastern Oysters, Blue Point  Shell  Oysters,  Shrimps,  Crabs  and  Fresh and  Smoked .Fish of all kinds.  SAUSAGE MEAT-  ���������*���������**     nmnti/**!   a    a        I  JPICKLED OX TONGUES  r. mm* & uo. liq. - ureston j  PROPjaJSSiONAi,  /������^Jiij<tjulr-uxrt^^������**������jei-r������r-i������������~i~'""'*"~ "~������������������ ���������~-~  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  jTlre, Life and Aooidentlusuronoe  Port  RlAi, EBTATHV BJfeb,  TRAIIyl^;'V;-A-''AA-^':y:.'i-  BX.  B.C. Iiihd Binmrpd'^xm Aw.cnmtot  Don't forget the annual sohool oou-  corfc on Motoday evening; noxt, also the  free dauoo aftor: the entertainment. - It  is expoctod that tho Creston Auditorium  will be orowded on this -oooaslou. Bo  sura and be in tho orowd. ';y-;x,Alyxy;  Guy Lowenborg, superintendent of  the looal telephone system, made a flying trip tb Port Hill on Wednesday last  on tolephohobuolueBB. ,.-A>.y^i.;AA^AA'^'yAlAAA-  J. A. Mitohell! aud wife have takon  over tbo Croston, Bakery, from T A Q.;  Mnhon, and will carry ou business at  tho old stand.. Watch for thoir <new ad.  next'week.    '* :'"'  Plans and Sppoilloatious  jCRBSTON  >  aocsns*.:  ���������"���������*"������������������  ���������;l,.-| \<-> '  Practical Norse Shoir ���������*  and General blacksmith.  Repairs of alt kinds  'Promptly Attended io,  BhcksmUh Shop' -  Next io Grady's, Bam  Opposito thoOreston������Iilotcl   .  "i3  - B.C.  "mm 4m  'V  ���������w^^^^w.r^^^y*!*1*'*. V^*������^**^s^������^>^^i'**^*^i'*^**,**������^  J,  D.  AN^IISON  Battisji  Ootuuu u,��������� a IsAim . ifluw-nitost  ��������� .   .... : ��������� .,.���������������������������������������������    j. '.i-;.';'���������',iiT -     -   ��������� ���������    , - '..,''  ". .A ������������������   B.C*  ���������Is- SMOKE ^1^  ^OLD' SPIRTS"  Sold  ������   -  ,A>.'*-  jvery  whero  GIGARSI  I'M*  laaa  avana  TRAIL -  r* ��������������������������������� j*j*i *H<^ ^s^^^v*^^^^  01CELL, Y'OUNG & CO,  (���������**���������<*���������������������*������������������������������������������><  Real Kstate ��������� and Insurance.  CRESTON " "^T'    ���������      B.C.  Notice is hereby given that nny  par lien wanting thoir advartlomonto  changed must, bring them to tho  RoTiow olilco uot later than Tao������*  day evening in order for the change  to appear in that week's, isrmo, Any'  change of Ad, linttdod in, after that  that date will not appear until the  following week.   It Is iraperativo  to make this anuouuoomottt and X  Ui������r*i will be no exceptions. y  ���������i.t......       ,.. .',-,���������, -t,*.y  :J:;y;i.'    ��������� ������������������ ;..',:-..Vi*.Wj V ' \-  wu  ������**? sr ;^^ sn^ ?y  ff/Ut'S GUUkl  jus?  The Ren! Straggle, Wiih thi* Veneer  Rubbed Off.  Those who think of war as a glorious,  spree may be edified by the following  account given by an eye-witness of  Beauregard's retreat from Shiloli:  "Fortune had denied to Beauregard  victory. - He was compelled to retreat.  An eye-witness, an impressed New  Yorker, "says: 'I made a detour from  the road on wliich the army was retreating, tbat I might travel faster and  get ahead of the main body. In a ride  -of twelve miles alongside of the routed  army I gov,- more human agony and woe  ihsn I tnist I shall ever be called again  to witness. The retreating host wound  along a narrow and almost impassable  road, extending some seven or eight  srilea iR length. Here waa a long line  of wagons loaded with wounded, groaning- and cursing, and piled in like bags  ��������� of grain; while the mules plunged on  ia mud and water belly-deep, the water  sometimes . coming into the wagons.  Next came a straggling regiment of infantry, pressing on past the train; then  a stretcher borne upon the shuolders of  four m&n, carrying a wounded officer;  then soldiers straggling along with an  sna "broken and hanging down, or other  ?"   To sleep at once?    Oh, no, that  1 would have been tco great a pity. There  savage   flames,   and  the   sparks,.  ever  'soaring, as  though ' \o'{reach  the   atari"  dimly seen through tho'taree tops. There  were, the nocturnal .sounds of  the animals to l������arn, as* my -Indian told their  names, often in hia own soft language.  Mih-co,   the   squirrel,   was    continually  'was continually waking his wife to administer a curtain.-lecture, or discuss the  children.   Ko8-cu-*rny-nis, the kingfisher,  whizzed past to find rest after his day's  fishing.     Ti-ti-gah, the    owl,  with   his  terrifying, ominous shriek, made ,mc burrow  deeper  into  my blankets, and  be  glad I was not quite alone.    The never-  wearying loons, Aquin, .continued   their  discordant Yocalisiiisr-:  3iO-ka-iie-ses, tli^  moose-bird, whistled sadly, because there  had   been  no   meose   killed     for   him.  Mi-dy-jes, the partridge, clucked a lullaby to  her young;     Moin,  the   bear, .  whose tread is the most quiet of all the ]  larger animals, was    sometimes heard.  The deer, Adook, walked stealthily past,  and the great moose, Mo-ka-ne-wa, frequently came up near my bed, his hoofs  noisy as he drew them from a mud hole,  his broad antlers thumping hard against  the   tree  trunks.���������From   "The  Benediction of the Woods," in the Outing Magazine for July.  ���������   ������������������  P  f||fs*B *>***���������  aiCUi     ������ .***  Toronto  FISHING FOR SHARKS.  MR.   MAGQOM'S   CART   HOADS.  fearful  wounds  which were enough   tQ . ���������       -������.������.. _  _ ������.v.  ���������.,.  *-*.., h~-��������� i viie vareat Achievement Diss  CURED  3  YEARS  g  lies wneie  Ier     itiedu  Nerviline  it    is so  destroy life,  rors of the scene, the elements of liea  vea marshaled their forces, a fitting accompaniment to the tempest of human  desolation and passion which was raging. A cold drizzling rain commenced  about nightfall, and soon came harder  and faster. It turned to pitiless blinding hail. Tbe storm ragvd with unrelenting violence for three hours. I  passed' ales"? wagon trains filled with  wounded and dying soldiers. -without  eves a blanket to shield them from the  driving sleet and hail, which fell in  stones as large as partridge egg**, until  it lay on the ground two inches dcop.  "Three hundred men died during this  awful retreat. Their bodies were  tl*rown out to make room for others,  who, although wounded, had struggled  on through the storm, hoping to find  shelter, rest, and medical care."  PALE, LANGUID GIRLS  Weak Slaed Dasiag Development  May Easily Cause a Life of  'Ssfferisgo  A Tonic Such as Dr. Williams* Pi&k  Pills is Needed to Build Up  the Blood and Give New  Strength.  *t*������t  At no time ia her life does a girl stand  in greater need of pure red blood find  the strength winch iTaTojie can give ner,  ���������TV  than wheii she ii SevcIbpSg 1K&EPS?S*������������������'  "hood. It is tjjgn that any inherited tendency to anaemia or consumption needs  only the sTTgntesir encouragement to rapidly develop. This danger is especially  threatening to girls who are confined  long hours indoors, ia stores, offices and  factories���������girls depressed by worry and  cares. All these conditions quickly impoverish ths blood and are amosg the  most common causes-of sickness among $  growing girls and young women. If at  any time a girl finds that her strength  is failing and she is becoming pale and  nervous, has no ambition and is languid,  X*t ia a. corfealn sign that her blood is failing to meet the demand^, upon it, because it Is impure and thin.  It ia at a. time like this that Dr. Wil*  Jiaras' I*in&.JPilIa we Invaluable to young  wSfSbii and growing gifts.   They build  up $10, J">Joqd*. mako it rich, red and pure-,  tono. tho norves and give new health" and  JttCffagSti to every Mrt oTEho body. X^iy  havo cured bo rtiany cases of this kind  that tliey may truly be called a specific  for tlie  common diseases pf    girlhood.  Miss Minnie Smith,    Creighton   street,  Halifax/-Says': "I have proved that Br,  Williams' rink Pills arc all that is claim-  ed for them in cases similar to mine.  About tnreo years ago I suddenly began  to run down.   I grow so weak that I  could hardly attend to my school studies. I suffered from headaches, my heart  would palpitate violently  at  tho  least  exertion,  and my appetite    was    vcTy  fickle.    I  tried  doctors'  medicine   and  croulflionB,  but  the treatment  did not  help tne.   Thon 1 started taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and alter taking seven  oi eight boxes I was stronger than ever  before.   1 feel that I owe my present  good health to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,  and I gratefully recommend    them to  other ailing girls,"  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills arc sold by  all medicine dealers or will be sent by  mall at RO cents a box or bix boxes for  $2J50 by the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockviiie, Ont,  -*  kce  Intervention  in Cuba.  "In the four years between. 189S and  1002 aa American military government  of Cuba freed this island from ihe  scourge of fever which had played havoc  with its foreign born papulation through  about four hundred vears," savs a writer  iu The World To-day. "T3ie* herculean  labor of cle-aning Cuba, aecooipltshed  though his sanitary department, is the  pre-eminent service the country remembers in connection with the name of  Gen. Leonard Wvod, Military Governor.  "In the two and a half years which  elapsed between the 'August Picnic* of  1906. ���������wliieh made it" necessary that thu  L'nietd States again assume "control cf  Cuba's affaire, and the termination of intervention ia. tie inauguration of Pr<wi-  dent  Gom^Zj the American  Provisdoiial  II    -A*'l'w'J������.������������f.������-s+in-������   ������#��������� f-l.A   *^c*n.. }������*"/������   r.A,������i.3.jir������*.r  the island a commensurate ser>"ice. It  met a demand, for improved means of  w*a*s30or^*>*^*c*i*. **i +^%*. --n-ovinc^s as voiced in vain fcy the producing classes of  Cuba through two full oeaituries.  "The system of macadamized highways planned and pushed far toward  completion by his department of public  ���������works is the* pre-eminent service to be  recalled ou mention of the name A of  Judge Charles E. Magoon. Provisional  Governor of Cuba. Cubans call these  highways 'the cart roads of Mr. Magoon,'  because formerly what made roads there  were in Cuba were built for ox carta aud  were therefore cart roads, the name being synonymous with good roads, in  which* sense it is still employed. The  buiidin'* oi these reads has been of vas  ..commercSai S^JB J������ *J*������ Js=SE<iJ'  Physicians  Failed to Cure Rheumatism  Miss  Flora  Chapman    Vividly    Describes   Mer   Sufferings   and   Ultimate Cure'With  "Nerviline."     *  "After being an enthusiastic user, of  Nerviline for years, 1 feel'it my duty  to tell you personally what your wonderful preparation hatj done tor me.'  "I Buffered torture from l-heuuiatism  and heart trouble, tried scores,'of bo-  called remedies, consulted for weeks and  months with Toronto's most eminent  phjsicians, but derived only slight benefit  "A friend insisted on my using Nerviline, and to niy surprise a vigorous rubbing of this powerful liniment eased the  pains and reduced "the stiffness in my  joints. ' I continued to use Nerviline and  was permanently cured. X am now perfectly well, an dfor three years have  "    *" " ~ had    no   rheuma  tism at all. I  know many families where no oth-  medieine but  ia kept���������  useful in  minor ailments like earache, toothache,  neuralgia, coughs, colds, lumbago and  sciatica. 1 call Nerviline my "Life  Guard," and urge all to try its merit."  3>ce. ITtb, 113 PaliueTstoa -worn**-*,  Toronto.  Ttefuse  anything else offered instead  of Nerviline, 25c. per bottle, five for $1.  Alt  dealers, or The   Cataxrliovsono Co.,  Kingston. Ont.  ���������-., ������.,-q.^.������ ���������-   THREE DR.  CL1FORDS.  (Woman's. Lafe.)  An amusing, adventure happened on  one occasion to Dr. Clifford when he was  conducting a scrlea o������ sor* ices iu li������r-  miugham. Arriviiij**- a few minutes before the coniaiencetnenc, tho doctor was  refused admission by the policeman at  the door.  "i want to go in," said Dr. Clifford.  "Are you a seat hohlor?" asked the  official. *  "No. I am not."  "Then you can't go in."  *'I think/-' remarked, the famous passive resister. "that there will be room  fer me in the pulpit."  "1 am not so sure of it4" retorted the  other.  "But I am Dr. Clifford, and I am due  to preach in another "minute and a half.*"  "O. are yon?" said the incredulous  policeman. "I have let in two Dr. Cliffords already.'*  ���������   ���������Q aft,,.     -  Wilson's Fly Pads, the best of  all fly killers, kill both the fiies  and the disease germs.  Large Experiments Caught on. i-'nes  Along the Mexican-Coast.*  The shark fishing scison is on lien*  now and furnishes quite a pastime for  those atldicted to^such dangerous sports.  The shtirks s>eem to be bolder titan usual,  very lingo ones coming into the buy.  while gown-ally they keep out towaid'  the entiancc.     * ''_  , \esnM-day quite a large one was  caught fioni one of the piers, lt uieab-  uiod o\er two me tors in length nnd  caused quite au exciting buttie before  the fishuuncn got tho second burpoon  juto it. Tltia morning another much  laigcr one was caught by sonio fishermen in a boat, lt Was only subdued after a hard struggle and inmlly towed  alongside the boa wall and hoisted out  with a derrick. The minimi was near  turei* mctoia long and was still alive  alter being hoisted out onto tho dock  aud it siasavd around at a lively rati*,  causing tho crowd that had gathered to  see it to scatter iu all directions to avoid  its enormous tail. After boing killed  the animal'*- lis or v/aa removed and it  mutismcd more than tlutse feet in length.  This furnishes a \ory fine tvauapuietit  oil that is used fov many purposes.  Only a short time ago Capt. Washburn, of the Ward Lines tug Neptune,  caught ono of these monsters, and cainc  very near '.������sing out with him, as the  fingers of both hands were so badly  burned by tho line which hold the shark  that ho was laid up for several days  with bandaged hands.���������Vera Crua correspondence Mexican Herald.  .Bllf  -r~r  ISSUE 'ISO.   31,  'Twitf' v  X  AGBNTS WAKTED.  { 1 ANVASSERS:   UEGULAlt    CUSTOMERS;.  \j    IrelRht prepaid;, Bumples tree 6r return-;  i>blc.   exclusive territoryj^c^lary  or cotmnis-.  ! tion.   Altrcd' Tyler,  Londt������a;**,Ont. . ,  &  ���������DON'T  that Sunlight Soap will spoil * B  your clothes. Ther������ are no ���������  injurious chemicals In Sunlight Soap to bite holes in  oven the most delicate fabric.  $5,000 ore offered to anyone finding adulteration in  StiniSgiu Soaji.  NIOHT IN TB3S1 POEEST.  I slept in many places*, in a grove of  pine*, in a decerted cabin, underneath  a great white birch, and, most dcllglitiul  of all, l������ my canoe, with nothing but tho  ���������spacious firmament above.   One evening  at dunk we decided to spend the night  on a broad bench.   This wat*. during th*  reign of Stephen.    I win* lazily watching the buii Betting in nn almost cloud-  le������������ nky.    Mllcn of water atretclied bo-  fore me like Rlti������������.   The jumping trout,  tlio Insocts," blrcU and bcuntf had alwo.  lutoljr diMippeariH.'; there -wan a deathlike ("tlllnc***, wliich to mo meant nothing but a ������alm night.   ���������Stf'plum, pw-jiiir-  ing snipper, -squatted    before   tlio   firo.  Tfupp^ning to look ovt*T W* v-nouUcr to  thn west, he cxcittvlly tvcliiiinctl:    "Ve.  wind ������h������ blow ink hfll���������nulnwi minut(*M  ������������������want to got"   I *lecu*a to stay.   If<*  hnrrli'dly arranged ltU fire, and pulled  thn canoe tar up from tin- w������Uir, sayingt  "Mi... God, di* wind *hts blow���������clnqti minutes."    Th������n,  fur ai-romm    tlio lnkt*,   a  h*ard n low hum, fl������ ol" In*"1*; th������������ giirfaN*  of th<* watt������r mov<*d  Hllghtly, thn hum  litw*ft������wl to n tiitvtig.- roar, the wav***  rsn liisrli up the beach, and a wrltabln  tornntio Kwent upon n������, wliil* il������j t,Uy  Peanut blnick iii- link.    In l#n winutius  thf wind hod pai������**d, and w* quktlr ������t#  ���������upptr in th* Ksthi-ring darkii������ns. hitmt  Jo/^* veurr-   thrown   on thi* flrt*, *nd, at  ������������u*l. T slid into my cony iWiping Wf.  A* 1 lay nijiiit *rt*r nigi>i UJasf U;t j  tlr������, t t**lied ntj-nelf T'������ii������'".*n,'i -Tn^stlnut I  **Wli������t did I do while tliofic logs wmnnfil  "There's   SometFuhg   fn   the   English  After All."  I've been meditating lately, that, "when  when everything is told,  There's something "in the English after ail;  They may be too bent on conquest, and  too eager after gold,  But there's  something in the English,  after all.  Though their sins and faults are many,  and I won't exhaust my breath"  By endeavoring to tell you of them  all.  Yet  they havi>  a   sense   of      duty and  they'll   face it   to   the  death.  So there's  aooiething  in the  English  after all;  If you're wounded by $*. savage foe and  bugles  sound Retire",  There's something in the English at-  tsrmn  You rijay bet your life they'll carry you  beyond tho zone of fire;  For .tier's  something in the English  after "HIT.  Yes, although their guns be empty, and  thoir blood be ebbing fast,  And to stnv bv wounded comrades he  to fall,"  Yet they'll set their tooth like bulldogs  nnd protect you  to the Inst,  Or thfry'H die like English soldiers, after all.  Tlicre'ft uo panic rush for 'safety,, where  the weak aro left behind,  For there's something in tho English  after all;  But the women and tn<* ehildron am tho  first to leave'- tho wreck,  With the men In lino ns steady as ft  wall.  And tho captain it" the la������t to stand upon the reeling deck,  So tliero"***.  something  in the  English  aftor nil.  Though half of Europe*- hntos thom and  would   ���������joy in   their  decline,'  Yet there's something lii tho i English  after nil; /    .  Tliey mav scorn the scanty numbers of  the thin British line.  Yet tliey foar Us lean battalions after all.  For tliey know that, from tbo colonel  to tlio drummer In tlio hand.  There Is not a single soldier in them  all    *  Hut would go to Wind destruction, wero  their  eountry  to command,  And call it fllmnlv duty���������after all.  ���������Sliaclwell, b> Boston Transcript.  mm.    ���������������,*���������������     ���������        Trouble and Gray Hair.  Tbe popular belief that the haar of  sons laboring under great mental'  j grief or terror changes color seems to be  r&t^Sded." said pr, H, A- Fowler, of  * C-BJsSgk  "UmJei  health," continued the physician, "thin  coloring matter of the hair may consequently become grey or white in a very  short time. In these cases, however, it is  only the growing hair that hss no color $  the hair as it gradually rises from the  root is gray, while that which is outside  the cuticle remains its original color. No  well authenticated case of sudden change  in the color of hair is mentioned in medical books of authority. The "Transactions of the Royal Society" extend  over a period of more than two hundred  ���������v^ars, and if itny such ei-vjumstauee had  occurred it is abnost certain it would  have been recorded. The case of Marie*  Antoinette does not rest upon evidence  sufficiently strong to warrant b&lief."������������������"-  J?rom the WnsMngtor^perald.    ^..  sore feet*, stings aftd  blisters.   A skin food!  Alt Druggists and Stores.- AJj,  ROSES FOR PERFUMES.  Not the Beautiful Flowers of the Gar*  den���������Require  a   Light   Soil.  Roses from which perrunied essences  are extracted are not precisely the same  as the beautiful flowers admired-in the  garden, and when taking a walk about  the month of June in the rose garden  at Bagatelle the flower beds so' pleasing  to the the senses of sight and swell bear  little resemblance to the plantations  specially intended to BUpply roses    for  Tho rose of Provins and others -that  i v$������ cultivated for the extraction of per-  ncier certain conditions  of  bodily LfuiiaeB are much less pretty and charm-  MngA T&ey" ar-i cultivated in several re-  Everybody Lucky.  (Spare Moments.)  An old farmer of the county of Durham called at a roadside public house  where ho was well known. The landlady  asked him to buy a ticket for a lottery  they had on there.  "Well," he said, "I hae nought in ma  pocket, or I might."  "Oh, that's a'reet, John," she says;  "take the ticket,- and pay for it any  time."  Some time later John called eij--*ii,  and the landlady asked him if he kiaw  who had won the lottery.  "No." he said. "Who won?"  "Well, I hardly durst toll yon, nut  cor Sara wotl. Wasn't he lucky?"  "Aye, .sha was lucky,1'" said John.  And  who  was second, then?"  "I durst hardly tell you. Who would  you think now?" she said.  "1   couldn't  6ay,"   said  John.  "Well, it was oor Sally. Wasn't she  lucky?"  "Aye,  sha  wes  lucky,"     said  John.  "And who was third?" he asked.      ,  .'Well,"  she  said,   "you  would  nover  fguess, and I mieht as well tell. I was  third. Wasn't I lucky?"  "You were," he Baid. "Did I ever pay  Iyou for that ticket, JUissus?"  ,, /.'No,  John,  you  didn't,'^ she      said,  fawning upon him.  "Well," said John, "isn't I lucky."  HELP WANTED.  A Good' General ''Servant who*  can do cooking*   Smaii Famiiy-  '    HIGHEST WAGES  MRS. JOHN M. EASTWOOD,.  Hamilton, Ont.  ��������� ���������   ���������      ������������������  r ���������    ������  A CAST OFF WOMAN.  (Detroit News.)  Partnership, in evil  breeds  a mutual-  disgust. No man, over   had or ever can  muster any kind of lasting affection for  a woman who is untrue to her marriage  vows and indifferent to tlie good name  of her children. It js almost platitudin-   .  ous to say so, but there are maUy persons in this city who do not appear to  know it. When a woman "erases to defend her own name, there is no other defence, for her. Even th'osVwho revel for  a time in her looseness cast her off, and  of all outcasts the most miserable is she  who is cast out by the man who brought ^'  her to ruin. It is natural law that such"  should be.  gions of France, in Algeria, in the Orient,  in some" parts of Asia Minor, but principally in. Bulgaria.  Such' roses require a light soil and a  certain amount of humidity. The flowers should be gathered in the' morning  before the heat of the-sun. They should  be buds or scarcely opened flowers.  When the petals are too widely opened  the aroma diminishes. , It diminishes  still more if the flower-*, begin to get  heated through being J 2ft too long in  This is to certify that I have used  Mi-ward's Liniment in my family for  years, and consider it the best liniment  Oil the market. I have also found"it excellent for horse flesh.  {Si-jned}  W. S. PINEO.  "Woodlands," Middleton, N. S.  Catsup Um Sours  wlr-on  Parkes' Catsup  Flayer and  n0dU!?5E  ���������soused  Thl<* ' la 'a concentrated extract ot spices  that llavora and preserves catsup. It does not  dark*"-. *ttae tomatoes iite spices, but leaves  thfetn' their natural red color. Catsup made  with Parlifis' Catsup Flavor never sours,  looks better and tastes better than tbat made-  by t'lip old fashioned way. A trial twlll con-  vlnco you. Sold at 25c ,by your grocer or sent  Dost paid for 30c.  Parke -St-P-arke  Druggists  HA9S9LTQN,   .   ������   CANADA  ?���������������  4-i������ ���������  /Si"-:  ;,%* ���������  '-���������������������������������*$*������������������  Ait-  ��������� 4--  As the season only lasts from five to  six weeks, it may be imagined what  minute care the harvest requires, to1-  gather with the" need of a numerous  trained personnel.   The flowers are die-  IWnard's  Liniment Cures   L istcmpei*. |g tlw Eame day aS they are ^  '    Bulgaria    is    one  of    the ; principal  JT MUST 1115 TUB PLUMDINO.  Oi; lately (flrRt visit to ln-mno asylum)���������  Don't tha-m pcoplt* Blvo y������*M a Brent deal ot  troubl������7  Mtendant���������It Isn't tho ptiUontt* that gives  tint tii* t*-i"mbli!*,>-I!'ram tlio Juno Bohemian.  WWWWWWWWW*W������.iWllimWWWW.WllW'lll.."WII WWWW���������^MWMMWIW������������������|  KE HAD SEEN A FEW.  The senior partner of tlu������ dry goods  establishment waB freeing his mind concerning the styles of headgear, that hod  come under his observation, "Tho fashions in hats this Reason," ho said, "arc  absolutely tho worst and most unbecoming I have over seen in an experience  of moTc than forty years."  '��������� .'"Oh, I don't know," said the junior  partner, who was moro t'olevant. "They  hnvo the charm of novelty, . at any  rate."  y"Tho 'charm of novelty!'" exclaimed  tiie other. "Tom, have, you seen anything now in this spring's styles that  you can honestly say you admire*?"  "Yc-cs, I think I havo,' hesitatingly  answered tho junior partner.  "I'd like to know what!"  "Why,  the  girls."���������Youth's  Compnn*  ion.   ������>������ ��������������� i   -   ���������  Minord'a Liniment Cum** Diphtheria.  OUE OWN MINSfL'JAKLS.  .-"JfifltflJh Wnlkah, kin yo' tell mo do  dlff'unco 'tween a���������'tween ono o' dem  l'cvolv'n' windjammers iwn' a fireflyT"  "No, Sium; that's ������v touoh one. Whuufc  fa -tlio iliffcrcndf* between a revoh*4ng  wlndjiwvmer���������-Whatever that ia���������and a  firefly t"  "Do one am an electrical fan an' do  uddnh' am a M-ghtnin' bug.'  "Ladles nnd gentleman, the c&lobnut-  ������d twior, Big. Hy������uin N. Howell, will now  warhlo tlie piitheiblc ballad, 'I Hosipoot  Him. Mamma j But I Novor Could Marry That Noael'"  WTT.LTNG TO WAIT.  AM.M Coy (at tlio grmbn fiiirty)���������Lot  you klBd mc. Certainly not I l'vo only  known you an hour.  Mr. ITimtler (looking nt lit* watch)���������  Well, tlit'n Btipposo I como around in an  hour and a ouarter.-~Bo8ton Tranmcrlpt.   I,,, ��������� H ^ i| yn i.  - ;  "���������"'"���������   WASTJSl) ENDJSAVOn.  "Well, Undo fcob," Bald bin neighbor,  "your iKiy'u come back from eollngo, and  I r<*elcon lu*'* got a good oj'ication,"  "No," groaned Undo Xeb, "Them four  yenra in plumb wanted. I trifd ������lm on a  railroad ,guldo tiw otliuc ������Uy, an' ho  couldn't mako head nwr tail of it, any  more'ii tho rout of ua could)'-'  NOT *AllT!t|TlO.  lB*im������"Ml<l������-���������(looffroy i������ iuah a liarl  GwftiHlolen���������I wouldn't miiiu i>w.t, !.'  In* 'wiiuU Iw'c cor.^r;*fr������**ly.  markets for essence of ro3cs. It pVo-  duces an annual average of from 3,500  to 4,000 kilogrammes of essence, valued  ���������at about 3,000,000 francs. Of thefeo  4,000 kilogrammes, America takes 1,000  and France 1,500.  The price, of a kilogramme of essence  vanesi considerably according to tho  abundance of the flowers -and tlio more  or less favorable circumstances under  which they aro gathered. It varies from  BOO francs to 700 franca, sometimes moro.  Some 3,500 kilogrammes of flowers nro  required for a kilogramme of essence. , A  good plantation carefully cultivated will  yield 1-.0Q0 kilogrammes to! tho hectare.  In France nnd Algeria tlio distillation  is carried out with* highly1'/efficient ap*  parattiB. At Crasno andABoufarlck may  bo Been 6omo distillation works that aro  models not only as regards their dig*  tilling apparatus, hut also * fov thoir installation of every kind. The plant is  supervised and tests carried out by capable chemists who mako it produce aa  muoh an can reasonably lie- nnticlpated.  But In Bulgaria modern inhtallations are  un exception, timl In general tlm distillation procossea aro quite rudimentary.������������������  La VulgariBation Sclentlfiqno.  By tho Homeopathic Method."  "Is Bualcin still stago BtruokP"  "No; ho has boon ourod." /  "How bo P"  "Became a llam.,���������  Don't ^xjpenmoiat with unnat-  iflfaotory subBtitutos. Wilson'a Fly  Pads Mil many times moro houso  flioti than any othor known article  .���������, ,-������������������������.������������- ^  Awran ���������n-no'dAMio,    '  ���������Whon i cauli in, and ttitn poor rnoe (a run,  iny choron performed, nnd nil my orrando  done. X kuow that folic" who mook my ot-  ftiTtf *n������r������ will wonpliiR botul above my lowly  btor. uuu brlnit larsa Burland-i, worlli throo  li-itokfl a throw, and paw tho ground Jn oo������  fitaoy tit woo. And trlondjt v/fl wottr cropo  bowUnoW on their tion, whllo I look down (or  up) n million wUoa, and wonitor why  thou*  ?ioo-ilo nwor know how smooth 1 was unit my KOJrJt flow. Whon i ormh in I will  not caro a yea for nit tlio prnlr-a that's* honn*  ���������A irnon mo tlion: steronn nnd miant, In my  huntl-iomo box, I aihall not hood tb* laudatory  tnlku. nnd nil Iho potmp nnd ull tU������ vain dlu-  Tilav will Jtint bn pomp nnd foattiorn tbrown  nwny, Ho toll me now, while I nm on thi������  unrth, your e-sttmnto of my smrprUlng frottb;  o till -n* whnt * looloo-nlrd t nm, and fill  ���������mo full ot taffy nnd of jlntiil-wnn Mn*ou.  t������W^^*^liiIWi-Sj^il|������i-sJS������l.lll*������l-������iili������---  IW...I  Want High Prlctu, Tee.  At Sitka thin Marion the Indian*   are  holding out for hltjlwtr prloom for fori*.  ..^������������������inM.iw^^iHMr** *'   A, -s-SfV' fa th* tv-zsg+wi***. ji������*##M'.������t   of  the Japanese lo**f������r.  1 Smallest of Railroado.  East Frisia can certainly boast of the  smallest railway iu the world. Its entire length is but five miles, and > the  breadth of only 2% feet. It employs  the huge staff of one guard, one engine-  driver, one fireman, and only ,'ene platelayer; JS4V 10s. ia paid in'wages every  week. It has two engines', three carriages, four trucks, and a couple of  vans. The engine and tender together  only,,weigh seven tons. The fares are  iu proportion to the size of the company,  and average 3Vfcd. "all the .way."  Red, Weak, Weary,- Watery   Eyes  Eelieved by Murine Eye Remedy. "Com-  . pounded by "experienced physicians. Murine doesn't smart; -soothes eyo pain.  Write Murine Eyo Remedy Co., Chicago,  for illustrated Eye Book. At druggists.  ��������� , ��������� !���������������������<������- ��������� ���������'������������������ *       '  HALF A MILLION.  , (Montreal Herald).  There are probably half a million  people on tho. island of Montreal now.  Tho directory gives 476,000 for the city  and contiguous suburbs, but there is a  largo population not included in this  which is*, all but part and parcel of  Montreal.' Tho gaps between Montreal  and Lachino, for instance, ��������� are steadily  filling up. A���������,���������<AX;Vx    X   v.   _.:,.-.  BETTER THAN SPANK5MG.  Spanking docs, not euro children ot  hod-wetting. * Thero is a constitutional  causo for this trouble.* Mrs. ��������� -M. Summers, Box W. 8, Windsor, Ont*, will sond  freo to any mother hor successful home  treatment, with full instrutiona. Bond  mo money, but write hor to*day if your  -children troublo you,in.this way.Aupn't  hlamo tho child, the chance-* are ItXbkrtt  help it. Tills trcatmont also cures adults  and agod peoplo troubled with urine iih  ficultioB by day or night.  ' GAVE UP STRUGGLE. X^ '.  ���������A* ' ' ".(LoiidonAProa'. APrpns.j AAy.^Ayi  Men are scarce in tho grain' flolda of  tlio woBt. It in so in this Province also.  Tho .difference Is that In Ontario too  many Iarmora have given up tho titrug-'  glo to fli������ouro help, and thoro is loss land  bolug tilled In consequence.  "Is your new chauffeur a onreful driver?" "CarofulP I should say ho is.   He  can spot a blcyclo policeman four, blocks  away."-7-Dptrolt  J?rco  Prcas.    A        '  Formol as a Fly Fly Poison.  Formol has   been    recommended as a  fly poison   by several writer's, who have  studied its action and the^hest method  of using it. It is *neces"sai<y;^iu order to-  obtain, good   results,  that  the     formol  shall be swallowed by the insect, hence  the flies must be-attracted to the poison  by mixing with it  an -appetizing food  and   by spreading) the  mixture over  a  large surface.^Honey has.given poor re-  suits. The best' mixture is that of f-02-  inol withv*milk.^.T5ieAbest results axe .oh-    '^  tained by using->-solu^^.oeatiafinipar&'A* -*���������  per cent, of (the, formaline of commeroe,  .20 per cent, of milk,-and 65 {tor eeutV-of���������'  water, placed in large flat vessels. Most  of the dead flies fall, nots^thin-^ihe,, ���������,  Vesselsf^but--around them,< sometimes ^ at  a *?reai. **.������3^aucs. -.^ ~ .   ���������    ,    , -,yi        ,  * ��������� ** - *r    9 , A      *~\  Minard's Liniment  .Cures'Garget,��������� in'  m::  ������*.������ ���������  ���������liS -  <���������������������������-  ^.. .1.  .     GLAD  TO  SEE HIM:  (Vancouver Saturday" Sunset. )y. i;* .'  "Mrl President," said the caller ot***th'e-; *  White House,."I do hot*wish'tb btfast, ������������������"  hut I thought; you* might like iu'kuuW -*'  that'I was the original���������f   -' ���������"   -   ',; *'- l"  "Really, you must excuse* me, m*jr de'ar f * *  sir.   I have a pressing "engagement.-*,*V *r  ." ���������>  "Ah, I am very'soTry, ,1 inefelyT called v*v*  to eay that, I am the'first man'"tiiAt���������*  ever--";   .  ", ^ XX^ *"'*'.' J,'-'-*1" ���������**,,-4f u ���������  "I am sorry, alr,-*but Ireally I mtiflt'bfig -" '  thaf-you will excuse* nie."     "** ' "<**/���������������*? K" *  "Certainly; Mr/JPresulent; certaihly.fT*" '.  merely wished,to' say" 'that1 Tviim r<ti& v;(  first golfer that evor 'madd'aV2'tf'5-V4t*d ' "  drive with a niblick." '     , ���������     *'" '���������?? *"   '  "Oh, I thought youwerd'goingto^teir  '  me^ you were ^tho first man'that ieVef "'  supported me for tho 'presidency.";^/  down!    Sit down!    By the way,, can't  you havo lunch hero and go, out.atid  havo a game with mo this aftofno'on.*?'*''''  Minard's  Ltnfmont Ct-rea, Cbtdi/'etc'  - Owned-by AcliyA������lnco'*-18oi|i^^v;-y:^VM^^^^^^  ' 'Bought/Ion^$200iOOO.y.;i^*,4'/'S.;^,;''./;i;^v^^  ���������:' ���������'��������� Now, worth'* rj7',000,000.i'������,i-/"ww&wAX'/h, ��������������� ���������  ^    Consun-ptibu):6tIw'dtbrj l40,000;QQO),*ftoij������,,A..  ���������UrA-'69Xiyiy"0'~fAf.^  18 pumps  havo   10'l-m,ll'oil,'iBa1lo'19 ���������-,  CapaCltyiy-,'y;<:>y j.-v -;;;y; ������������������������;;., :-t. ��������� *{,,,,. ,*y t "M.if^ i *s vk.ttW iii ��������� ';-* -  Extra fire porssuroi' 20 Milton'gWntii^  ACapacity of reservoir, S3 .���������ndUlioriA^galirtv.  lbns. ��������� A,:'A.'.;: A.-<   ;A-'; ;..;.:'��������� v,.;^ -;'^;v*"/:������(-'*  "y -MiloB of water! mains, 360,.    .^l-.:''.' :#A ���������  .  ISlcctric'jibber a'pop ifo Hi.*ppiant atcam.^  Clvlo owiioralUp aiud .oporatlonAh- suo*'  cobs. '.yA/A'-.' ;.-/,. /,-/ yy:. :'y"Xy"-A":'"M'. .  Averago man pays'ono confc daily, fo**  water.-- *A-\,,,','Ay,:, ^./������ft^ Axfly"  X N6w, rdtlhg,'50. dohta*nmiootrt, goo*'  into .ior������M-;lttVJ*p^liairJ^.^:VH*A,. g,  . y .',���������,-���������'.'. ii,"-: ;"*':i*.������.��������� :; A' ��������� ���������"H"^- a 5w' ..  ���������AAAAy* ���������.--:������������������. AoBJEX*frto.y'iAV;*'A y  ��������� IHie millemritiim ivo������ about ,,fio arpJvM  "But wo'* doii'tv w������tM>-������1t;'������������������ yto teU jfou}'**  prbtouitcd a:'*"gre������tt iwainy. ipromlnent ,<*4*tf  ���������eons. "Jit will aiurL our hiwincoo."���������*N^  ��������� :;.-��������� y,--'V;y'Vi'>^,i,V^Vi������yis>..-'^���������-���������'���������,-. ���������  :'A,^aA'nlumlMV::',^1ri> up and Paid A,th*f>  Wb! ylifon M -wealth was nothlng * hut* sjv  ���������^���������|r*i/dW������Ai:' >*������������������������������������ ������������������������������������ * "' ' '"':!y"^AyJI;.  15".,  Can't Help But lose Its Hoops and  fait to Pieces. Yoq Wont Somfev  thliiff Better Don*t Yoji? Ijt^m, %$i  for Potts and Tubs P^odc 6f  !  .1  EDDY S  *������������������*,-  oOud, Hs*s***1MlM*s|, l.sj*rltinsj* MsMsB  HoofisjMr 8mm'  : Ei!jJ^.1Ss!e1!9s  _,.)'t1r-*>c������'*->tiU*'*������-'^.--;  '"ttM^L**?"*!K:,:t!:: :(���������*!..  iillllliimuililillllHIIIIilllCltllllllilllli'llHIlllillllMiillairf-it- j.  THE CUBSTON REVIEW  t������(s:  r'lmiii ) in' *, ��������� in 11 ������.  Why not Buy them'tuhere there is the Most Money to he made off them ?      If yoa do,  rtrrrxr  wnz~  Our Lana is Just as Good, our  Climate Cannot he Beaten,  and <we are  24 hours cHearer the Market  4.      9  #  \%\  ace  The Raihvay Runs through this Land*  These Orchard Lands ar������ also connected bv Telephone with Creston.  ^  -a.  Within die Last Year we have sold over 800 acres;  Isn't that evidence enough that Creston District  *   5s the place to buy Fruit Lands?  We have 8,760 acres In our.tract* and Vv  it into ic-acre Lots.  'e are stsb=divids5.g:;  Out of this Tract.  *^r  Gur Land is specially adapted  Oar frice is $l(JU an acre  m  Terms $200 Cash, balance In five equal annua! payments  with Interest at 6 per cent, per annum  IZI  i&,  ror rtuii Growina  #*���������% J& Wk.  %,.:, ^. 1 1.- ^.  Or^qfon    R O I  &000^^^0^^^00^^^^00^^0^^^000^^&O^0ff009^^0^^0^^^^&0^i^0ii  ���������n  T'I'i'lWB'CP  i  SAWMILL AT CRESTON, B.C.  Laths, vShingles," Brick,   Lime  Dopfe,  Windows, Mouldings  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  CHAS. O. RODGERS  Christa  4    'V 3    ��������� ������ *  ^"pairing a We can Save you Money  And Upholstering  Lt'ttra flgure on your New Building.   2������e Work nnd Price will suit.  CONTRACTORS  W������ make n Spoo'allty of Shop Fitting, Show Oaaos, oto,  ;������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<  * ������noF  |FitMn|f  $������*������*������****4+-������**l  & IRtebarbs &  ������������������*������������������*������������������<*>���������>���������������������������:*  Estimating^  ,'Tlia tioading Creston Cmttraatnr-i  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������f ���������*:#���������# ��������� ������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  |ppftfl[f*g Creston Store of Plenty  ^inl Display of Xma������ foods  Including  Ladies'^  Also Underwear, as; well as a fine assortment of  I Ladles*   Suitings,   Serges *uid   Scotch   Plaids  kapcllc and FJanellette in large ttssbrtnici-its.  mewmmm  ken's Pants of all kinds and sizes. Fancy  1        Ve������t������, Tlte and Handkerchiefs.  %'t  Nowhere da British Columbia at this  fet-iive season oau there bo found a more  ample and ohoice stock of every conceivable land of edible article than cou juBt  now.be -found iu Creston.'- The. local  merchants have spared neither'.time nor  money to equip themselves with all that  is needed for the inner mim.  ��������� The Orostou Mercantile Oo.���������properly  termed the departmental store of tbe  Greaton district���������has the vory choicest  of groceries. They also have a large  supply oi" gents' furnishings, inoluding,  many suitable Christmas presents for  men, aud'bovs. This big store, under,  the snino roof, carrios a full line of hard*  ware aud booto aud shoos. It would be  worth your whilo to call and inspect the  imraeneo stock of this firm.  S. A. Spi ierfl. the enterprising merchant who hi is just moved into his new  commodtoi is atofce, is ready to receive a  large porti on of th* publio patronage.  Of groceri os he bnB the vory boat, as cau  be Been bv kin advertisement in this issue. His big store is divided iuto throo  dopartmo nts���������jjroonrifli", men's doparfc-  mont nnd I ladies' department, la tho  mon'fl doi jartmoufc numberless useful and  ornamon tal gifts for mon nnd boys, suit*  nblo for Ohrlntmns presents, while the  ladles', (department is verily teaming  with da*) nty articles, from folt Romeo  Blippors to ladies' hid gloves of all sizes  nnd long,tlM.: At this big stbro overy*  thing thnt is noedod for man, woman or  I child on n bo obtained.  The tlwjston Drug nnd Book Store,  trador t'oo management of E. O. WilBon,  tho pbp alar druggist, is at prosent a veritable be- tebtvo of activity.   Sovoral thousand di Mara' worth of ologant Christmas  Sroaont a havo jh'n*' arrived and are now  alng pJaced in position.   This store for  pretty gifts and nbvoltiod is at present  worth one's wlillo to oall and inspect.  I Thoy h'avo hubcli'fiflB of uuiquo artlolos  thnt would mako ideal OhrlBtmas gifts  for ono'H best girl, or your mother, eintcr  or brother.    In -th* immense stook of  toyti, ovory conoolvablo kind of a ploy*  thing oan be found, and at aalinmofully  low coat.   Call iti nt tho Orostou Drug  and Boole 8toro and wso for yoursolt.  ��������� The carnivorous propensities of man  are amply Batisflod, aa I*. Burns, tho oat*  tlo Icing, through bin local malinger, li.  Birt. hm- mnrlo moHt nlnbornto propara-:  tlnna for tbo OhrlstmnH trade.   At this  luttttt market *U kiiulu ot lrcsh mvid uuu,  fowls can be knd, nswollas evoiy variety of ilBh at motropolitan priooH, ns can  bo noon from their ndvoriliiemont in this  iSBUft, -, '  ICvon thoso fa-dhllous OjbrlBtmnfl nliop*  pom who nro looking for somo dninty  articles of fm-nittirn to pros-ant to n friend  havo not boon overlooked, us tho Orostou  Havdwiiro and U'urnituro Oo. liuvo junt  recaivod a lavRii nupplv of all kinds of  fui'iiiiutu   OUnlvo uml bodpt^f-dt-for tlm  young and old enn ba fonnd hero;  alno  nrti*itlOMlly mndp dnay chairs and innutn*  oiubltt othor artlolos of farniturn, too  numorous to montloii.   Drop In and In*  . j Hpoofc for youwolf at tlio big storo nt tho  n# #wtiM of Victoria Avonuo and Canyon  -s^rtJ-fSUoit.   A. W- OoulUr, miuiag������r.  ,i-������ii**.> /������������������������������������  Port Hdl Notes   ,       |  The Port Hill merchants "all report  great activity in business and expect to  do a_oumper Xum$ trade.  Arrangements have been made for tbe  immediate completion of bu Oddfellows'  hall. The lot hae been purchased' and  the building will be made ready for use  at an early date.  The Continental mine still continues  to prosecute development work in an aggressive form, working some twenty  men. This mine is a silver-lead proposition and is controlled by the Jim Hill  interests.  Anions* the prominent visitors to Port  Hill this week wore P. O. Fowler,- manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce  at Creston, and Guy Lowenberg, the  genial superintendent of tho > Oreston  Telephone Co.. who drove over on "Wednesday.  ThoBonnors Ferry Lumber Co , which  owns vast timber leases around Fort  Hill, has at present a great number of  men at work making roads aud getting  things into Bbnpe to put in numerous  logging camp* around hero as soon ns  posBiblo. It is expected tbat within tlie  next fow months several hundred him-  berjuolcfl will be getting their mail at tho  Port Hill P.O. ns the noarest office to  the numerous camps that they will ho  employed iu.  *������������������������������*������<a>*������������������������������*������������������������ ���������������������������������>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<������������������������>���������>������������������������ ���������������������*f������*s>������0������*������������������  n  Elaborate Program  Arranged  For Children's Concert  Don't forgot to cancel nil other appoint*  moots for the evening of the 20th, as on  that dato, at tho Croston Auditorium, a  grand sohool concert will bo hold. Thoro  wjll bo a mo.Bt elaborate program 011 this  ocoftBion consisting of "Xmas with tbe  "Pixies," nnd a fan drill, na well ns other  attractive features. All thoso Interested  in any vway in sohool mutters or tho-welfare'of tho rising ganortion nbould be  proBent, nud thoso who aro not intorost*  od in thoso mnttors.shonUleonio anyhow.  At tho oloso of tho school concert thero  will bo a free dnnoo, whon tho best of  musio will bo provided without any ox*  traoxpouBO.  Indian Shoots Kinsman  *  I!  I1|Ri?.!!H������S!il  pill  ra���������  ** ���������������  Tuesday, January 4,1910  T& >B  Jessie Mane  ers  \\  %  March 8  cApril t  Robert Meikte Concert Co*  Thomas Charles Weiton  Besides the above, there will bo various other nt tractions from time  to time during tbo Winter months, particulars of whioh will nppenr in  tbis space and in the local column ns occasion requires,  P" B       H*  1-iailK ftaSl, Manager.  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ' ���������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������* V  Fourteen "Rooms now  ready for "Roomers"'  in the Baast Block.  All are ���������; furnished.  Hot and Gold Baths  FiRANK  BAST  ^  The following despatch from Bonners  Ferry shswa tbat Indian .Mathews, well  known in Oreston, and'who has many  relative-** about hero among tho native  sons mot doiith ut tho numni u������ a  brother: '        .  Bonnora Perry, Idaho, Poo  David, nn Indian living at tho niiwiion,  three ���������milee  dowh tho Kootenai rlvor  from liero, shot and killed Indian Math*  own yoHtordny. ,  David aaid today that Mathewn had  hfiriu intlranto with hlr* sipiaw, giving  tbat ronton ror tha killiug.  David is In jniMiore. Ilo will 1>o glv-  uu t. prolhiiinnry hearing ucr.t FHdny  beforo Jnstico Kont. ,  NOT1CK OK APl'MOATION FOR TltANf*.  Jj'iait, OK LICtUQK jjIQENBlS   y,     y  y  Xotlcd Is hereby pi von tliattints'dtiyn after  tluto. I, tlio, iindcrHlgiKKii' mlojitl to apply to  tlio Hunorlntondoiit of. Provincial Police at  v lotorln. for a Irunnftir ortliRWholOBalellnuor  IlceiiNo now lioltl by mo for tho urotulHou  icnowii as tlie Creston U'lno and Spirit Co. to  MoHsrH. Poolo and BrnItli, of CroHton. ll.C.  Dated nt'Cres.ton, li.O��������� J>ccembor i������t, i00l>.  rifiltOlVAIi lb,OOUFREY. v..;.  ,X.  KOTICE OF  APriJOATIOM  ' JA015NHK  FOE MQUOR  msBOLUVioN'oir PARTHicnBinp  ������������������     K0H04* iKboroby Rlvon tlmt tju* fio-rnrtncr-  r       A , * \ "bin hfroloforo niib-iUtliiK bitlweon tlio uitdor*  hUUlW  Ul  a   ^"JHiuitciiwh K������iwlK6Uto,.TliiibLi������ii������Vl������'*;''''''������'*���������������  Airoi\t������, iindftr tbft firm nnmo of the- Creston  ft���������Tnlm   Healty ntul I'lmbst* Co., at Crehton, n.tt, lio������  , n   .iuuii  Umn iblu-diiy tllueolvert bo minim! comu-nt..  AlKlcbtNtluotbo Nttia. purMior-slilp "ball bo  paid to U, P. Klol nt bin nfl*.-!*** tit Crentoli, ll.C.,  mtd all nrrtn������rBblp dohtH itro to bti |Hil<l ity lilin  ���������OttUirf thin mil tUy orN'ivoineor, 1000.  (fllOticd) 0.1>. UlUl.  n.n.MORTimy.  Tnko Kottco tlint w, l]������������olq and SmJtb. of-,  the town of OrcHton, B.C., (hi.ay tiny* niter,  dnto, (iitiMttt toapvly to. tno BuporlntontU'nt,.  of Jf'rovlnclnl I'ollco at Vltilorlu, tor u> wlmlo-  ���������alo liquor lltiont-o for tbo prernI-ics known nn ,  tho OrtiHton Wlno nud Spirit Co., nt Croston, y  ihilod at oreston, .11.0.. V,0^^^?,1;1,*?10'  '      q",t.U0<y'Hy,ITl^'''.-::,,''-';''  PlHHQ^ytbN''.OK PARfNlMtBlilP       ,  Notice Ih hereby hIvoii tliat tho' oo.-ftiirtnor* '  rtiln bcretoforo HUbi-Utlni- botweon tho under*  -tltinc-d un livery ntnblo lceepcn* undor thn firm"  t\i.t.teorM������*rri-enth rtroi-., nt, (Trf-Mton, B.C.. hats,  ilitMiit-y itMnn atnu(ii\-i-d ������������y nimum ���������w-ohfiit..  All iliblH tluo'tlK* hftld liiullii-rililp *llii!l*h07  njtirt loJInuliHiewiirtMi'Ci'Ciiili.ttthliiiolIIco,  Hit du r itvoinio, Crenton, 11 (J., nnd al! jmrtniJr-  HlilpdebUnro lo bo paid bv him. -,-.'���������  ,������,v.odatcre������o,,.i{'tav^o.^id.|a^^  THOAMM MCUHKAfiC  .i'(|.   I.  ��������� ),'!.'  W. W. Brndloyi noting dovornmont  ngont nt K*ln<">n wns a visitor Jn Oronton  ou Hunday last, rotnriiing to Woliou tb*  JS-UUOUUJi,  ,.r���������f:1( ,..4,  MIrh Margaret .ToIhihou, who is tho  pr'mift-y liutolier ot Michel public iwltnol,  will arrive tomorrow to upond tho Xmas  vacation with ber brother, J. K. John  son.  Go to Coulter'! confeotlontry ttoro for  oholp* oondlM, fruits and notn.  m0mmm*imM*^m*mmmmKm*i*������*mimmml*miMmmmmmm  A. MIRABELL.I  THE  O������f-������TON   &HOtXMAKKfl  Best Workmanshli������  IJootu and Bhoes liinih) to Ord*r  A Bpoolallty  * **   !������������������  l\h AAy Ay Mj^SAXAy": :.���������:���������:  t&:&XXXiftt$AiAi$M^3t%^  .-;<?,ta.;vy^.<-,l5.:  THE   ORESTON   REVIEW,  h BOOH TQ MOTHERS,  When Children are Injured!  CiJJdren are always sustaining cuts, bruises,:  burns, etc.. and not infrequently contract-  rinRWorm. scalp diseases, and similar skin  troubles at school. Mothers will find Zam-  Bul". without equal for all these accidents  and diseases.  Mra. Thomas Allen, 156 Water street, St.  Mary's. Ont.. says:-���������"My daughter Mildred;  ���������* years old. was severely burned by falling  ������n a hot flat Iron. She vas burned on the  heel. Instep, and on the tulgh very badly.  I at once applied Zam-Buli, which eased the  pain, and in the course ot a lew days the  the wounds were thorough* healed."  Mrs. George Aldridge, 12 Louise Street,  Stratford, says:���������'While playing baretooted  about the yard, my son Bertram, 6 years old,  stepped on a broken glass bottle, which cut  very deeply into his big toe. Tbe cut was  eo deep that I cent Ior a. doctor and.had the  foot properly dressed, the doctor leaving a; lotion to be applied daily. Under this treatment, however, tha -wound' seemed to get  no better, but on the contrary inflammation  eot in. A kindly neighbor then recomended  Zam-Buk. We obtained & supply, and after a  f&v applications tbe child seemed to rest better, and the pain waa very much reduced. In  ��������� few days, under the Zam-Buk treatment,  the wound assumed a better appearance, and  from that time he*-Jiss "was very rapid. In-  -flasitnation and soreness were finally completely banished, and in ten days trom the  first application ol Zam-Bui*, we took the  bandages from the foot. I feel sure that but  for Zam-Buk the child would have bad a  very bad time, end might have had to sacrifice his toe."  Not only for cuts, bruises, etc., ia Zam-  Buk effective, but also for serious akin diseases such as ecsema, ringworm, ulcere, etc.  It also cures poisoned sores, chronio wounds,  had. leg. tilles. festering sores; chapped hands,  cold sores, frost-kite, otHS all s&ia. injuries  and . diseases. Druggists and ebores everywhere sell at 50c a box, or post free tor  price from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto; 3 boxes  81.25. You are warned against harmful imitations sometimes represented to be "just as  stood."   ������������������������������   A WONDERFUL  EXPLOSIVE.  The Touch of a Fly's Foot Would be  Enough to Set  It Off.  ^ "What would be the consequences of  firing a barrelful of nitrogen iodide it  San Francisco's Great Fight Has  flu.  M  SfiSH Xni>i*A������tt������ra  ������*^*W������*---      RtaVW*-*.*''.-������''������P-*V������ ���������������������.  *������ *  *���������*������������  WHAT  would, be impossible to sav." declares a  writer in the Strand, -''ainiply because  the stuff is too awful to be made ia  such quantities.  "It may sound like a joke, but it is  nevertheless the truth that the tread  of a house fly is sufficient to explode this  dangerous material. It is not necessary   jas  imagine a large .city covering thirty  square miles of - tie .most diverse ter-  raine conceivable, hills and valleys, plateaus and plainsA ^6?������sts and sand  dunes, oeean, lakes and; rivers, a peninsula in plaoea m thickly pbpulater aa  the east end of London; in parts, a  rambling country ''village and in other  portions simply wild country land. People this territory-with -ieyeipy race the  ���������world knows; wii*b*y*winte;y yellow and  black; with rich and poor;,conceive one-  sixth of Athe total area-comprising the  most closely settled portipi** as absolut-  ly destroyed by. fire; picture -trie remainder of the c.ity as badly shakenA by earthquake, large districts occupied by an  aggregation ofAhovels-Acro^ed with refugees from disaster, and you have the  background of the picture.''Create a  mental image, of most; insanitary conditions incident upon theAp^rtod of disorder and misrule following : the eighteenth of *:A#rUyi!!''p6,Aand; pause to realise th**.! tha rst. tho active disominalor  of plague thrived and multiplied in such  surroundings, and you are in a proper  frame of mind to begin the story.  Por perhaps a century jt4ague slumbered in the Yunnam Province of China,  waking fitfully to pillago the immediately contiguous territory, but iii 1694,  rousing into new life, yity began its devastating march along the commercal  highways of the world. It flayed Hong  Kong, "aacked Bombay, and established  a parmanent base in the Punjab of India. The great seaports of the world  "were stormed in turn, and in XOQQ it  forced its entry into San Prtlncisco. In  the four years which followed, a relentless campaign was required to stamp  out the disease which, fortunately, was  almost, entirely confined to the Oriental quarter from which it did not recede until it had stricken 122 persons, Of  -whom all but eight were claimed as victims���������Front "'Frisco's Fight With Bubonic Plague," in November Technical  World Magazine.  Animal Was Too Sore and Eame  io Worfe���������Qateklv Cated bvr  ^-       i* ���������'  NeryHine*  "I have had a long experience in  treating horses, and I can safely say  that I know of no liniment for strains,  sprains, and swelling that is so useful  around the stable as Nerviline." Thus  writes' Mr. Joshua E. Murchison,. from  his home, Crofts Kill P. C. I had & fine  that  NrHViLiNr  TRUSTY  LINIMENT  ^young    mare  ���������������*���������**������������������-.������������������ ���������*.->������������������#>.-* r-jn-v*  HtliLtUI  DID FOR HIM  E.   Brant   Suffered   Tor-  that  a fly should walk over the com-1'     ^���������w c-^^ ^ifinAV  n*<*������������<*ft������s  puond.  It has only to let one foot come ' ments From Kianey Diseases.  into contact with the explosive, when  the -jolt causes it to explode and to blow*  the insect into the air.  "Another manner in which the neculair  property of this explosive can be demonstrated is by scatteripg a small quantity  of the dry powder over a sheet of clean  paper. ItA then resembles pepper, and  only needs a few sharp breaths of the  manipulator--.just sufficient : to. make  them roll���������to cause each speck to ignite  and explode, meantime giving off a long,  thin column of dense purple smoke. If  a barrelful of nitrogen iodide could be  made it would have to be kept inoist to  prevent danger. By comparison, gun-  powder is a mild, innocent, inoffenshc  materiai."  ... ,.   , , ��������� ������.->,g,      '      , .  *������������������jit-   jije_-^ ���������   ������������-a���������.-.;*������  ouum stiribati   ivibioui iic.  A South African correspondent tells  the story of a large meteorite, weighing  more than half a ton, which has been  sent by Dr. Rogers, of the Geological  .Survey from Prieska, in tlie Kenhardt  territory of Cape Colony, to the South  African Museum at Capo Town. Tho  meteorite was found nt Rateldraai, and  it looks like a mass of molten "metal,  with a number of cavities or pockets~in  it, and where not earth soiled Is of a  dark bluish leaden color. In parts il  lias been chipped with a chisel or pickaxe ,and in such cuts it shows small  shiny specks. Jt is described. as a dull,  warped mass of nickelifcrous iron, and  Dr. Poringiicy, the director of the mu-'  scum, ascribes its advent ns due to the  disintegration of Home cometary body.������������������  London Standard.  THE WISE MOTHER  DOCTORS BABY WISELY  "Nowadays wise mothers do not ��������� dose  thoir children with nauseous, griping  castor oil or purgatives, nor do they  give them piouonous opiates In the  form of soothing medicines. Baby's  Own Tablets take the plnce of these  harsh and dangerous drugs, and the  mother has the guarantee of it government analyst that the Tablets are  absolutely safe, and will cure nil  stomach and bowel troubles, destroy  worms, break up colds and make  teething easy. Mrs, Thomas Craft.  Ilinncarth, Man;, says: "I have used  Jtaby's Own Tablets for constipation  nnd teething troubles, and do not  ; know of any other medicine thnt ean  ; <n*qual them. Thoy are always satis-  factory in their results." Sold by  medicine dealers or by wail at 25 cents  a box from The Dr. Williams" Medicine  Co., .Brockviiie., Ont,,  -,., ��������� * ������ ���������**��������� ' ���������"-"������  HAVE KNOWN THIS SORT.  At the University of Missouri in the.  first working -school of journalism In tho  world. As practical laboratory work, ti  dally paper with telegraph reports is issued, Walter Williams, Us dean, tells  of tho viciiwituib*-* h������ encountcra in  turning laymen Into journalist'}. A student was sent In hn������to to cover a rail*  rond wreck at a town a N-w mile* away.  It was almost tlm** for the dally 1������*  go to proHi*. and utill no word had been  raooivt'd from tho yoiiriA man on the  aHriignment. In desperation Dean Wil-  liitnii-. itili'ty-ni'ifuvl Aitkin-; wny the t.tory  wan not fortlu-oniliig.   The n-pl.v wast  "'Yon much f'XriteiiU'nt. Wait till  thlng-t quiet ilowri,"���������Llppirifott'g Mngit-  y.lne.  Wftftl Thing.  "Anil thin," mI.1 (In* hoitf**'!, who wis  showing t-iKtim rr*ll<*.������, 4,\n tin- trunk onn  ���������of my an<"('i������t<jrii brought over on tin*  Mayflower,"  "In other wonN,'' rcjMn+ii th** fr\t<-*l,  "It h Mm- trunk of your family t-r-'i*.'"  VVantid   It Wtll  8h������d-d.  AftiMt���������It in an Jilr-al 1ik#>n������M of yon.  Bow, would you Uk<* tn* to ������had# tho  tiHckgrotiit'l  a  iiittn   iiitir-a*  Tijthlt'ul ,Vri. Ciufit-j -".;ur effortf fc*������  ���������hading the priws.  Then Ke Used Dodd's Kidney Pills  and Became a Well Man���������His Ex-  p.arience a Lesson for You.  Athabasca Landing, Alta., Oct. 25.-���������  (Special.)���������That 'Kidney Disease, neglected in its earlier stages, leads to the  most terrible suffering, if not death  itrieli", and that the one sure cure for  it in all stages is Dodd's Kidney Pills-  is the experience of Mr. James E. Branty  a farmer residing near here.  Mr. Brant contracted Kidney Disease, when a young man, from a strain/  and, like hosts of others, neglected it,  expecting it  to go  away itself,   y   >  But it kept gradually growing worse j;  till after thirty years of increasing suf-y  faring the climax came, and he found  himself so crippled that at times he  could not turn in bed, and for two'  weeks at a time it was impossible for  him to rise.from a chair without put-y  ting his hanids oh his knees. ' ���������  A  He could not button his clothes. He,  waa -CToubled with Lumbago. Gravel  and Backache, and tried medicines for.  each and all of them, without getting  relief, till good luck turned him to ���������  Dodd's Kidnev Pills.  Dodd's Kidney Pills started at the  cause of his troubles and cured his  Kidneys. With cured Kidneys his other  troubles speedily disappeared, and tor.:  day he is a well man.  if you cure your Kidneys Avitlr  Dodd's Kidney Pills you will never have"  Lumbago, Rheumatism, Heart Disease,  Dropsy or Bright's Disease.  Opera Under Difficultuos.  An exciting chapter of accidents  marked the concluding performance at  the Opera House at Milan.  Miss Elisa Bland, a prima donna, was  hurrying to the theatre when she fell  down and severely sprained her ankle.  Throughout tho evening she had to bo  wheeled about the stage on a litter in  such fad-iou thut only the upper half  of her figure wob visible to the publio  as she sang her part, Meanwhile attendants crouched below the screen were  busy bathinc and massaging the foot to  ease the atrocious pain.  Siguox Barrcra, the tenor, hobbled  about groaning- with gout, and tho first  basH, Signur Oirino, while taking air  iu the afternoon, had the misfortune to  clip into n ditch and strain tho muscles  of his knee. He seised every opportunity  of retiring to the wing to give vent to  his feelings.       *  A firo threatened to destroy the scon*  cry, whilo a thundorotorm raging outside extingnit-hed tlio eloetrio light.���������  From tho London Chronicle.  ��������� '    **��������� ���������*   Minard's  Liniment Cures  Distemper.  ��������� I,, i     ������������������   Parks of Australian  Cities.        -  Australian*, with a fine cliniato. bo-  liovt** in enjoying thcnis'-lvim, nnd there  are plenty of fucflltioH. Thus in Sydney  there avo parks and Rquaroa anil public  gnrdi'iiH with a total men, of .1,3.1,*") uores.  Sixteen mill's fvom the Hty-���������a shilling  excM-rsion train faro���������Ih tha "picturcsquo  National Park, eoiiliiiiiing 'HJ.BIO acres,  ���������jiii'M'rvod in thoir natural state. A aim-  liar rcfici'Vc called TCi'Wii-gal C'lin-u*, coin-  prlMiig .'I5,:i00 iicrrn of l-ind, chiefly of  d'TiM'ly wootlnd hills skirting for many  mill*** arountl ' miinni'ouB tidal urim- of  lti-nlion Bay, is nl������o hold for tho enjoy-  ntfiit of tlui publio forovor, Mnlhourna  Iioh no ffiwr than 0,4(10 acros of roorca-  tion groumlH in or n**ar tlio city. Ado*  Initio In mirroiindcil by a bolt of park  lftridh, and hns iiboiiL 2,:i00 ncroH Hftt  apart for tlm public l-niti-flti nor aro  j'lrth nnil llobnrt mid Hrl������bn������o nnd  ikrinio <if tlio flno inland towim Iohh woll  ptovldid for.���������Wrmtinlnstor Qawtto.   ������������������,������   Brathtrs  In   Bad   Luck.  TVsmp-**~R������r, mitiUir, X haven't    had  !:?r<".      Where  ner  i right foi-������������ l������sg, and  |from the shoulder  [down she was  jstiff, sore and swol-    lien. I applied Nerviline and it worked like a charm; in  fact, that mare was in shape to work  a day after I used Nerviline.  "We have used Nerviline on our farm  for twenty-five years aud never found  it wanting. Por man or beast it is "a  wonderful liniment."  ,. We have received nearly five thousand  letters recommending Nerviline as a  general''household liniment, as an all-  round cure for aches and pains. One  million bottles used each year. Try it  yourself. Large 25c bottles of NerviUne,  five for $1.00. All dealers, or The Catarrhozone Company, Kingston, Ont.   :������������������  m . m-���������: ���������  STOltlES OF ROCKEFELLER.  Of the many -'stories that arc- in circulation about John D. ARockofeUer here is  one which is not only absolutely 'iiutluM*--  tic, but which throws a curious light  upbu ihe character pf the famous mil-  Ut^naii-e. A Many years ago Mr. Hockefcl-  lerwas a clerk in a Ohictigo house, at a  solarvof t^?\ dollars a '.'.week. He Iuul an  ailment which requiried a fennpie ami  harnvlesei opeiation. He went to a Burgeon of high repute in Oieveiand and arranged to pay so-much a month. Not  long ago the old complaint nMt.nifesi.fced  itself again, and Mr, RockefelletA sent  for the doctor of his youth. ,:  ^'hen ythe:examination vms over, he  remarked:  "I won't keep you waitiug for your  money this time. % Things have changetl  withme."  *'Oh," s*id the i>t>h*r, "I am out of  practice; I '.wish-no fee." A  Mr. Rockefeller stepped to his desk,  placed bilk to the amount of $1,000 in  an envelope, and handed themA over to  the Surgeon with the remark, "Well, if  you don't want to take a fee, perhaps  you will kindly give these to some poor  young doctor of your acquaintance."  Apropos ol Mr. Rockefeller's decision  ^to give "no more interviews to the press,  a very amusing story is told of how he  baffled a young New York reporter: during the proceedings against the Standard  Oil Company last summer. The reporter  in question handed him a note, asking  ''Do you believe you should receive immunity from criminal prosecution. for  your testimony here should crimdna-I proceedings  be   brought?"  .  A^'Who sent this?'3 inquired Mr. Rockefeller.  'A'The editor of my pa.per:" stammered  the reporter.  !.;;'.-'{>The oil king leaned forward, placed  yhis";'hands on the yourig riian's shoulders,  stcipped down  from  the; platform,   arid  Is a Oangeroas Tiling in Handling  Great she&ses.  "Drunkenne&s is tollyl" earnestly exclaimed Bishop Ma������ee in the Housa of  Lords on a celebrated occasion, bay.* Answers. How horrified *^-as the prelate to  read in the papers the next morning th.it  he had gu-en utterance to the-veiy  i-Jareh.uiaiian sentwneiit, "Dnmkenuess is  jolly!" Lord Salisbury was a master  phmsomaker- but one oi his best points  was spoiled when a careless reporter  turned hiu reference to "niajujcled ani  Manitoma" into the meaningless ''ma.n-i-  cl&s and inu-n al Wie bar."  Sir William Harcourt was badly misve-  ported one**. "Great is Diuna of the Kph-  esiansj" he exclaimed upon the platform,  but a country papor had it, "Great Dinah! What ������ farce tihis is!" Lack of  konwledgo of familiar quotations in a  prolific* source of mis-reporting. For instance, a apo-a-kcr onoe made use of the  well known lines from Milton's 'L'Al-  Icgro'*:  "But coiuo, t.hou goddois, fair and frci������,  In heaven yclept Jsup-hroayne." ^  The country reporter deputed to "take  hint down" \va������ ii^dcbunir. lie could not  make ht*ad or iail'ot this tnysteiious u<-  tcrauce. lint, following the sound as far  as jKW3������iblo, he Hftizod his pen and produced the following gem;  "But come, thon goddess, fair and free,  In hettV-Mt s>ho cn-opt, und froze lier kupc."  Tht* speaker ivai "taken down" in nior<������  senses than one.  M BEST FSrHERSiBLE STGH  Till   Oil   of    Wintergreen    Compound  Mr.  James Lulloch, of Iron Bridge,  'Ont., considers the D. D. D. Prescription of oil of wintergreen, thymol,  glycerine, etc., a wonderful cure for  skin troubles. He has good reason to  think ao, too, according to his letter  of.-Mar. 27, 1909.  "I have auffered for yoars-," he says, "with  eczema,  and  now through  using  two bottles  ,of your wonderful cure, my akin Is as pure as  It ever  was.  My   face  was   so bad  I  could   not  see.   I  could not Bleep.   I could not rest  at aU for  the terrible  itch.  Ttanks  to your wonderful medicine  I am  cured."v  As Eczema is-, a germ disease, ard  ���������as the germs aTe right in the skin;  blood medicines will not cure it. The  only effective way .is to treat the itch  where the itch is. D. D. D. Prescription penetrates the pores of the skin,  Kills the germs which cause the eczema, giv<ss instant relief from tho  awiul  itch  and  permanently cures.  For free    samnle bottle of D.  D   D  Prescription  write   to   the   D.   D.   T>.  Laboratory Department D., 23 Jordan  Btreet,  Toronto.  S?or  sale  by   all   druggists.  1 -9't C~  ISSUE   NO. 143; ,mfy  'A    '&X  ������CN������T BE AFRASD  that Sunlight Soap will spoil  your clothes. There are no  injurious? chemicals In Sunlight Soap to bite holes In  even the most delicate fabric.  $5,000 are offered to any-J  one finding adulteration in  Sunlight Soap. ������,.,  Laugh and  Grow  Fat.  "J)o you always express your opinions  to your constituents witkont reserve?"  "JMo," answered Senator -"orphum, *T  fee-1 compelled to make allowance for  oertain prejudices. A man who expects  people to believe all he says must be  careful to =ay ail be believes."���������Washington Star.  Spund���������What a lot yon sleep. Whenever I come you are always in bed.  Tipples���������Yes, I find it cheaper.--Mcg-  gendorfer Blaetter.  AGENTS WANTED.  y-unj**u*iij~u*TM**ii''Vfcir* "r*1!**!*!* ���������*%"��������� ���������*��������� ^ i *>r~ "*��������� ~*u*"������* *^r* ^m " tj* I* ** v.  AOBNT8' WAN^BD-~������VXHl3iriS ^OblU&tfVfo'"  weeily.   Why, not   you?  Alfred '-Tyler;,r  Lhudon. Oat. .   . ',���������.'���������- -'^Hi-^tA'  r*Gj? -  Oil of Sassafras for1-Insect 'Biteis'i'J,^  It is .not generally known how vklu-T  able, a preventiva "'against' the '-b^tes^of"  mosuqitoes, fles-i, gn-ate, midges, etc.. oil  of eassafras  is.    The fact has i^ecently  been recorded again by A. T. Girdler.   If  in a susceptible person tho'oil is applied  at onco to tha place that has been bitten   it   almost   invariably   prevents   the     \  poisoniing^ altogether.   If" applied to the-  lnflamed 'spot a day or  two  after  tht>.  bite it at-<inoe stops the irritation.  To those'who live in the country and  whose life is made a burden by undue A  susceptibility to insect bites and to  those wbo have not yet returned from  holiday making in regions infested by  biting insects, oil of sa.s*s,afra3 should bi>  a great boon, nnd.it is "harmless as an  'external application.���������From the London ���������  Globe.  "\V*ho is tjwt man -iviiom vou ETcet-  od?" ' '       *  "He is the third husband of the first  wife  of  my second  husband."���������".ourire.  "Do you think actors ought to  marry ?"  "Yes, but I think tome of '.hem  shouldn't do it quite so '-equently"���������  Illustrated Bits.  One on hte Bos*.  not  ttippcvuvu auvtio tO Wmlw^TOA  to; his interrogator, but. instead of wiiis-  pering he said aloud:  "Tell your editor I am not in.'  PRICE OF ABSTINENCE.  (Victoria Colonist).  r  "Yes," said the doctor, "I can cure  you if you will follow my directions rigidly."  "All  right���������I'll  take   anything."  "I'm not going to give you anything  to take. You must simply quit drinking  intoxicating liquors and give up smoking for at least six months."  ;  ''And  you  are  going  to  charge  for  ordering me to do that?"  i   "Certainly.  My  fee is two guineas."  .   "Say doctor, how much would you expect  to   get  in   advance  for bitting   a  man on the head with an axe?"  *^***^** *       'I'"'",-," "IWI "*"^m***^^  Xakofield, Que, Oct. 9, 1007.  Minard's  Liniment  Co.,   Ltd.  ���������cntlcmen,���������-In July 1905 I was  thrown from a road machine injuring  my hip and back badly and wob ob-  liged to use a crutch for 14 months. In  Sopti 1006, Mr. Wm. Outridgo of La-  chutc, urged mo to try Minard's Lini-  fent which I did with tho most satsi-  factory results and to^ay I am as w������U  as ever in my life,  Yours Sincerely  bis  MATHEW  x  BAINS,  mark  POLAR ETIQUETTE.  (Louisville Courier-Journal.)     /  "Madam, could you Bparo a band-out  or cold bitn?   I win. ���������Jflt* do man dat  diBC0V������re<l do pole." ,  "Whorc'o yer proofs?"  "Do proper thing, mum, l������ to provldt*  de .banquet, ntul dim auk fer do proofs."  ������ ������y������&   >���������       All Talked  Over,  ���������MIstrcsH (hiring servant)���������I .bono you  know yonr plncu.  Servant���������Oh, yon. mum. Tho last throo  girlB you hud told mo nil about it.���������  Boston TrnnHcilpt.  "Tlioro'fl the devil to' pay at my  "hoiiBfll" "Bettor go to church, thon."  "Well, tboro'H tlio prcachov to pay."���������  Atlanta Constitution.  Having heard that the men did  start work at the' pro^ei* time, the  master builder thought^he would drop  down about 6.30 one morning and &m.  Going up the yard he caught sight of  a joiner standing smoking, 'witb h is kit  not even opened. Simply asking his nanss  which he found to be Malcolm Campbell, he called him into the office, and.  handing him four days' pay, ordered him  to..leave at once. After secis!" "i"*-.**- wo*,  clear of the yard, he went up to the  foreman and explained that he made an  "example of Malcolm Campbell by paying him off for not starting at the pro-  Aper hour. "Great Scott, -sir!" ejaculated  the foreman, "that chap was only look*  cures ccicJs, heals  He���������Bud. 3*ou know I 3iad become an  actor?  She���������No, but I beard you had g.jnc on  the stage.���������Ally Slo*oer's. >   -  Caller���������Are yoa sure your mistress  isn't in?  iNew Aia:u���������I hope you don't doubt  her word, sir.���������Philadelphia Inquirer.  that,  ���������Washing-  '������  luickly stops coughs,  e  throat and  lungs.  25 cent&.  "What do you  want to  maorry  snake-charmer for?"  "I cannot live without h������r."  "Yes, you can.   Swear off."���������  ton Herald.  "Please, sir, me grandmother���������"  "Tell a new one, Johnny.."  "Promised to take me to de game  to-day if you'll lemme off." He got off.  ���������Pittsburg Post.  Tommy���������Pop, what do you men mean  by circumstances over which they have  no control?  Tommy's Pop���������Wives, my son.���������Philadelphia Record.  ���������4    * ---  target  Spanking does not    cure children ot  bed-wetting.    There is  a constitutional ,  cause for thiB trouble. t Mrs.,. M. Summers, Box W. 8, Windsor,' Ont'., will send  free to any mother her successful home -���������  treatment,  with  full .lustrations.  Scud  no money, but write Iher to-day Aft your  children "trouble you in this way. Don't .  blame the child, the chancer? are it can't .*  help it.  This treatment also cures adults  and aged people troubled with, urine dif- *  ficultiea by day or night.  WISE S"BOG.  P^inard's  Liniment   Cures  cows.     .*,������ ������  in  did you tituF  ���������P'-rj*  ma ^r f**>#* *������wj**l������" to T>-������|v**rtmi*������nt  rr.' L., National Dfi'g and Chemical Co.,  Toronto* '  House of Ghosts and Legend*.  The old brick mansion near the south  end  of    Prudence    Island,    commonly  known as Chase's Folly, is no more, and  with its passing has vunislied one of the  landmarks of this section of the country.  For years the.structure has ben uninhabited, and in the place of earthly occupants  popular fancy  has  people    it  with ghosts and woven about it a thousand legends of tho times that once were.  Tho houso was built by Daniel Chase;  the great grandfather of the present generation   of  Clinscs   on  Prudence.    Tho  builder  was  a prosperous  farmer, but  K tho building of the noble brick structure  S-cduccd him to comparative poverty. Tho  mansion had boon  the dream of    the  builder's life,  and  the ruinB as    thoy  showed plainly tho materials that had  been used in  the  construction; of the  dream dwelling.   Many of tho boards in  tho houso woro "clear" pine, more than  two feet in width, the doors woro eight  pannelled  and tho  hand������omo    cornicos  woro hand doslj-nod.���������Fall Blver Nowa.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.  A���������-.,���������������������������������   PLEASURES OF SOLITUDE.  Last year there was called to the  pulpit of a church in a certain "Now  England town an elderly clergyman;  whoso dry nnd unengaglng method appealed so littlo to his congregation that  in duo time many transferred their  nllcglanepi to another ehnroh wlu>ro a  moro entertaining preacher hold forth.  Among thono remaining* true to the  old ehurch wan a Mill Hill, an eldorly  Bpinster, who had onco coyly eoufons*<*<l  that"novor had sho hnd a lovo affair.  Ono Sunday, upon Mini* Hill's return  to lier homo, the houso of her married  brother, sho wan asked whether attoiid*  nneo had holm largo at elmreli thnt  morninp*.  Miss Hill blii-ilioil, "Dear me, no,"  replied she, "Brother, (hero went so  few in the fintifAt-r-gatloii thlfl morning  that every tWio the mlnlfitor in Id  "IHearly beloved1'I was n������ nmharraimed  ������������ though 1 was receiving a propo-ml."  ���������Harper's Weekly.   -**'*.*���������������  ;   Proof,  "Of ooiirsn you havo proof* of your  otory?" 'y  The Arotlo exi>lor������r loolcod pained.  "Ob������<.rv������ tjut abriulon on my -thttmli,"  ho ropllml,  "It onn be seen plainly," th*y conoodwl,  "l'liat abrarton wan omiind by a uplin-  i+v of th*. MtvHh Poll*.,"' n������jrtln*tt ih* *"*>  plorfr, with   dlriltv.  ^onfonndlnflr   hU I  arltkMi uttwrly,���������i-liilwd-ilphU, L������dfnr.   -  HE COULD DO IT.  Tn a certain church in Ireland s young  priest took for his -text. "The feeding  of the multitude." But he said: "And  they fed ten people with ten thousand  loaves and ten thousand fishes."   "  Thereat -an old Irishman said:  That's' no miracle; begorra, I could do  that "myself," which the priest overheard.  The next Sunday the pfi'cst announced  the, same text, but he said it right this  time: "And they "fed ten thousand people  on-'ten loaves of bread and ten fishes."  He waited a second, and then leaned  over the pulpit and said: "And could  you do that, Mr. Murphy?"  Murphy replied: "Sure, your reverence, I could.'/  "And how could you do it?" said the  priest.  "Sure, your reverence, I could do it  with what were left over, from last Sun*  day."  nerl. Weak, Wearr, Watery Byen.  Relieved By Murine* Bye Komedy. Try  Murine For Your Wy������ Troubles. TTou  Wi: eLtko Murine. 'It Soother*. Boo At  Your Druiwlsti*-.. Write For Eye Bookr*.  Free. Murine Eye Remedy Co., Toronto.  11 u*.������'*fcnM. *   MAKES THE DIMES COUNT.  Thero is a certain Main street busi-  nefw man who has. never spent, a silver  dime for nearly 25 year**. Ho has been  married that long, and early in his matrimonial career-he agreed to t'iie request  of hia wife that he give her all the dimes  that ho. received In change.; Each von*1  ing he luandfl her tho coins that ho picks  up during the day, and ������lhe, in 'turn,  drops them-into a big bank.  "I don't oblcct to the arrangement,"  ho said tho otlicr day, "because slio uses  tho money to buy presents for me on  my birthday arid at Christmas. I havo  tried to get her to u������o* the money for  lierspilf, but sho inulflts on doing other,  wlso." ��������� ,-���������' Ay-- ���������":���������'  ' ' A '-,,-. a  Thoy aro nl ways **urpri������t*tl ivhen tho  hank w",opened,,fpr;tho money accumulates more ���������rapidly''.-than anyone woniltl  expect, Toward the,end of the year thero  Is flombtimesdfl mnoh an $30 In the bank,  nnil there Ih a.vorttn.b!������ tahriwer of silver  when It Is opoitod.~-Loul8vir1o Ooiuior-1  Journal. ,    , ,  ',   I.        '        II      .������'*��������� <t>l"-      '       t  ;  THo  Nondoscrlpt.      XX  Hotel 'Clerk���������Who camo just now iti  that auto?., .i ���������        .   ......    . ,,    1    Boll Boy���������Thraa men and a chauffqur,  Foils Snake Which Tries to Swallow *  A     .      Him.  The following    snake story was told  some years s^^o ������y a repUvaw.c ci^sscn of   ,,.  Anson county,   says  the   Charlotteville  Oliserver. Driving along a public  road  one day he saw a frog crossing the rqad '.'  at     top     speed���������hitting'only the"high- ?'  places, and few of them.    Ab the frog  disappeared in the bosky.underbrush on .''  one, side a black snake in������hp.iy'pursuit _ ���������'  made its npearance on^the other./) *���������  The story teller followed the two into . /  the buBhes to see| what the result"* jirould V  be. He had, proceeded only a sh6rt dis-^ t,  tnnce when he found the,'-frog!at bay,'.?/  facing the snake and with! "the 'later cir- -' '*  cling about in the effort to make an at- \\.  tack from the rear. His frogshin kept Y  turning all the time, always facing the ' f  enemy. y  The reason of this manoeuvre on the ���������'  snake's, part was that the* "frog had in *"  its mouth, held crosswise*, arid about the ...  middle, a stick about the* size and Tength i't  of a lead pencil. Tbe frog knew the <���������  Bnake could not swallow him so long as '  he presented such a front. The man '.  watched the performance for some time, <"  and when he le$t ^he^.i^e^was^stni ;-  circling tne irog,. ana tn^uactep^sacing ������������������  its enenfy on every ^urn> ^  * A -     , -* ���������   ,,q.^i^i i        in- .^  1      ���������      '        ���������**.-     ^'J*    fl       .- ,tv������������     .".       ,     '  ;  Imitation"Americans. '  Nowadays it is necessary to be violent  if you' wouTdiriove "the'"'wbrld":tor''*"'ex-  citementf and a very French, old    lady  spends much fine irony on the manner  in which the present generation   takes  its pleasures: y'lis ne sont plus Fran-.-  cais, has Francais, ils ne sont  que \ les ?  'mauvaises   imitations   des '"Americans," *.*  and  all-thia  because ,of.Luna,  .Park, A  "where the* populace'of Paris -spends' -Sts*/  time   in   frightening  itBelf  with  water;  shoots, nightmare staircases and a hun-^.  dred  other horrors.���������^From  the   Queen.  ,     , *-~ ��������� + ���������* '���������   ,7"  Minard's  LinimentiCyreot Diphtheria.-  ���������: +~*���������r2���������   .  THE HUBE���������A������pfcQA3?.-, { *  He was a long, lean, lanky fellow with :���������  a-complexion as brown'jiB a berry .and'^  lan eye as blue as the summer sky. Any;  one looking at him for'"'thO"first time'  could'hardly have ��������� failed' to guess that,';  he came' from that section of' the country   whore mother's pies   are good, and  therefore a's popuar as they ever, were,;  and as he entered the hotel and planked  his carpet bag on the counter the room '  clerk winked,   at. the fellows about .the  office, as much as to say,   "Wat'ch'mo  dazzle the reub."        , .'        ,'���������,*,   '\    '  "Good morning, sir," he said, politely.  ��������� "Mornin'," said .the r fafm-er,-.^ j^Gp't n  place whore a foltcr can .sleepAhere **'��������� 4i  "Yes, I guess 8o,"V. * soldi. t*tlta.!cJlorK.  "Do you want a room with a ..bath J?.',  "Wa-al, I dunno," safd tho'-* farmeri  f?It all depqndB, y.; If- your .'-rooms .Is : so-  all-fired dirty they need "a^ath)"I recfc'oh'  I doiw���������Hdrjfi'6i;?fl Weeklj/.,-    ,"s,  :.���������.';.:;:,;���������     -,.1 .":., . ",^ >.��������������� j���������d      % '      ,v; .  -Awiebouy Soap AIs a\p)lebUo)\y \otmWng fot  bath or toilet.   For wnuhltiK underdlothln*- It  .'!��������������������������� unequnllod.   Oloantioo and purltUf,,^,,,,,"!.,  -������������ I,,,,.-^������������   ,���������ii,.,,,.,,,   '"'"'-'"-',���������,,,  "'     Vegetable Su-tpensldiri  Brlgde.   *  A remarkable suiiponBlon ��������� bridgo spann-  the 'River Apurlinac in central' Peru.  The ropon of this bridge aro,o6*mp0BC(l  of pllablo roots and vinos, jiicWte.^ tlio  {>lank������ are mado of branched A'XiiJi   tho  ilimid climate of Poi?u It would bo by'-no  means extraoMinary if ^this .vvegetablo  bridge woro .one day to staire growing^���������  From tho Wido World^ Magd������luo������i,.  ���������-. ' ���������������'������.    v.i'. i.���������', ������������������:���������:  ���������������������������������������������'''������������������'������������������������������������^���������������������������in^iiilU^ ���������' '  r'.,,A. (Plilhid^olphla J^o/d.) ^ ^i; y *   ���������'*  /oil roconiiiieinlrvorvtfrybftdytto'<t'aJc������$*$*f  /Oil  rwcwiiuit^jiu ������������yvi,vm������iiyt t(W,'ivi*i������,wMi|j^-i  a Ih, mode, to^dayt't iimiw*ui|ji,f>|r,'|il,-'it  isn't,all eaten  tier oursclvo*."  ... ...  .. ,.  .'i,1"  isn't all eaten wo 8)m������U have it for dm*  rinr r������iMU������1v'<-.*."   '' "*''"' "l,'w   ,v''"''"'"- >���������"���������'������  VX  mmm  ���������wMjhwami  ���������MMM*  Can't Help But Lose lt������ Hoops and  Ffill to Pieces. You Want Some*  lliing Better Don't You? Then Ask'  for Pails nnd Tubs Made of       ���������-  EDDY'S- FiBftEWARi,  C������cf������ On* ������ Solid. H-mitned. U������||wy Haw    Cfllfu^   llatfthfJO  mm^mmmmmmmmmmii  m  mmmmiimmiimMmmm0mmm������m������mim  ,^lly|il,M������H,,,<,i,|-,ii,,^iii,i^>Ul..M,.iwlllllliilMl<illl,,HII,M,lllilllllllll'MH^I,lllillmW  i**!***r**is*****i^^ it  r -,  THE   CEESTON   KEVIftW.  it-a*i5?>^J*^������f'������?'* -   --^-  <-^ o^ ��������� ������ ��������� ��������� ������ ������������������������'*> -> ������������������������*���������> ���������>������������������>*������ ������������������*���������������.  London eats 180.000 tons of fish each"  ">car..  '! hfs country consumed abbut 480,000,-  000 tfounds of copper last year* , j  J  New York's newest department store  will rl'avo a bank of fifty elevators. ^ _  "Of. the 400,000,000 persons    in   China  on 1*."������, 40,000   are   foreigners,   of    \*g&om  10,0(36. nro Japanese.  Argentine has 30,000,000 acres under  ���������cultivation, tKree times the area cultivated, thirteen years- ago. ,  Over-XCOO American windmills were  c rcctcdJ-in/Capo Colony and elsewhere in  Snulsh j*$ftica,'last year.  The Tennessee* legislature has provided for the establishment next year of  a state geological survey.,  Tile work planned out for the Panama  Canal diggers this year will require the  use bf 10,000 tons of dynamite."  Austria believes it has an inexhaustible isupply of salt, almost the entire  monarchy being underlaid with deposits.  Mythomania is a term that has been  applied to the propensity of persons to  niisiVtate facts to their physicians. '  The Carnegie- institution-last year'dis-  trihuted $630,300 among nearly oOO persons engaged in scientific research, v.*  "UinTcents worth-of preventative treatment often will extend the life^of ^X  fen<������ post-from two to"neafl*y* '"t'S'Bn.tsr"  vcu$S. > "*      "     >    '     -   ! -  * -"Ltjie famous natural, history collection  oii t������rd Washington will be irunsferreu  to the British Museum early next year.  Shoujd a person, rise above the earth s  atiftosphere "the sun would appear blue,  its 'true color, according to scientists.  Aeronauts frequently notice that the  last" sound heard- as> they rise above the  surface of the' earth is the barking of  dog?;. . '  There were 470 .boiler explosions in the  United States last year, one less than  the-year before, but they cost 281 human  livgs. ~ ' -_  'Ijhe Rockv Mountain States last ye-ar  produced- 21,684,414 short tons of coal,  ancf the Pacific Coast States 3,123,468  short tons.  Within a y������ar the number of electric-  light companies and municipal plants  jj-ythe United Statej** has increased,from  5,0,15 to 5,264.   ." ::  "A mountain of copper in Sweden haa  been mined continuously'for nearly 700  vears by tlie same company, yielding  jj*30o,000 tons of ore.  IK'feets in glass 'insulators, due to imperfect annealing, "are searched for by  revolving the insulators' iu a, beam of  polarired light.      - ������ l .  ��������� The French Aerial League has per-  f< ptcd j)lans for'four lines of dirigible  bajlooup-,--to ct.rry passengers between  Paris and as  many other cities.  " 'i"IkT only "clothing'-worn" by ^a' tribe of -  llmzilian" Indians who inhabit an island  at the mouth of the Amazon -I&yer -is  n ^orfciOf^earjtheB-ware aprpn.^ w . .,  Mraclin, a-new substaTnce* used in  Pohemia to coat hams, is said to be as  pliable as rubber, tasteless, harmless,  essi"rys*r.smo5,eji::and.������"a' nerfect, prtssserya-  tiyjp.4f,sn,iii^vjy.-T ^~m ���������i-.j-,i������,,vv > t,,__*,  .~,������  .  A. taximeter-invented by a "Nebraskan  registers 'the  number   of .persons  who  jiagayoo uiuuiiouiuyMUifi  , ALL HER RELATIVES HAD  DIED OF CONSUMPTION  m . in the year 1S90. ivS*. years ago, Mrs. G. a  ii S. Gesner, of Belle Isle, N.S.,wa*-. in a sad 8  IJ.'ebod&on.-  All h**r relatives had djedol g.  Scoosumpticn, and there was every indication eg  that shs was going the same way.     > g  &   '   Atthispointherhusband'-ugge&tedtotry B  , Psych*******.  The doctor who attended **t*H,  ' P������ychine waa worthless; but it effected a  wonderful cure.   Eighteen years after in a  letter bearing date August 14, 1908, Mrs.  ��������� Gesnersaya, "I am better than I have been p  g - for years. My lungs have not troubled ia* j  S   -*.���������_H .....I- ........ ������-....������.������������....*       ftfw Mi>v������t<.iai*  *  mm   wiwc > wu. juu. ,iua���������uv������������M     ...^  t.^.^������-������������������.^  ���������1 told me I could oot take abetter tonic than  PSYCHINE, and 1 recommend it tooll who  ' are suffering from Lung Trouble and General Debility.'* mtt       , -  For ������ele by all Dmeaiiw 50c. oc $2 per battle, j  Dr. T. A. SLOCOM  LIMITED,  TORONTO  by? each "becupant.-  * kcrording to a French scientist, the  ravs from incandescent Rights are beneficial to hnman'Valtbr?' destroying .b^e-  tcfia. stiffluIating'lcifciUIatiOn 'nnd.^llu-  lar activity, and reducing "gain.i ^t     t  hhe coricr,ete jfcclepjnbne $ poles'" 'wjtb  wliich a big'Vailroad has' been experimenting east of Chicago have been ao  huVt-CBsful that they.^havc be*^n''adopted  for its lines west ofjthis city;.        V1  'A Swiss watchmaker has'succeeded 5n*-  lu'rning cut a watchjsiless tho!n an eighth-  of, an inch thick, yet''-which>.is so good a  timekeeper that it varies lc3s than five  stfror.tls in twenty-four hours.  [Great -Britain nai' forbidden "all vessels  ���������iliV'tish as wel4r asfof other nationali-,*  tit-'s���������  *?om ^UBJn'g vtltialr wireless appn,r-,  ntus in]bho .harbor of Gibraltar except  by prrmi's'sion'of tho-governor. ���������    ���������'  irjitl Sb���������urgj9..planning^ntp. spend nearly^  $0,5.('ll,a������0H-in/,levol(������ngvo, ,Uill..which (J$���������  regaT-^frtTftn pb'stablo* to "itsf prbgroBB.*-  ���������PlK-^worixLwill' invofvo a change in elova-  tt;iMfTl*it.r^ity,l)locV8/r'' ,k0',y "' "  SdMayed like a violin, a hybrid musical  II.U lt*niN'������:  PROt40UNCED Si-KEEIN I  first steam turbine was invented by tin  Knglishrrian in- l������50r ���������  Liuring  1908 2a<},430 tons cf armored (  wai ships were launched hy nine noxioi*-"-,'  ten.  battleships   totaJliiig   170,4tn)   t.������t*-  being the chief additions to the world's  righting forces.  So severe are the'snow and ������lect  ,-terms ,of Sil������aia that tha Government.  Which own***, the telephona Iuks, *:as the  mi*es taken iown ttxeli winter and stored  ���������away until spring.  It will take two and one-Iialf years to  complete, the Ambrosa channaL tha ne^v  entrance to "New York harbor, >vhich,  whan- finished, will be 2,000, feet���������rwid3,  and forty feet deepT     ** *.-      '  The foatuse ptn new life saving''iappa-  rjitus for ships,* the invention of a  ���������������������������Scotchman, is a five-foot gun, using com-  pVc&ss'd a^r^ which Thaots a Une-carrying  shot half a mile.  jlo i.ear poSKase stsmps iron*, a strip,  moisten and affix them to letters, and  al**o to seal the envtlopes, is the purpose-  cf a compact ma chin*, recently patented  bv a OalzfornKt. man.     '  The Rrupp fiim ha* approprint?d $2,-  300 a year to enable a German invent* *���������  to pro-������eoute his-experinit*its'in cmtroll-  ing the raovements of a speedy aeiial  toipsdo by wireless waves.  lu connection with a npw vacuuii  cleaner is an-apparafcxu whirfi separates  the indrawn dust.from the -fff, disinfecU  the latter* -*nd sends it out agtin, purified, into tii.- room being cleaned.  A 2,000 kilowatt steam turbine in a  church in England haa been founted on  ������ foundation wnich includes a number  of rubber spools, four inches in diameter  by three hisrh. to avoid vibration.  A- recently patented phonograph needle; made of-fibre, is claimed to produce  softer, sweeter tones than a steef need!?,  and to polish the records on which it is  used instead of wearing thom.  Chinese -ink is made by carbonizing a  mixture of colza or sesame oil, varnish  and lard, and mixiirj*?, the product'with  gum, water, and a little camphor and  iitastc^ - x������e in*c is pressca .nto moulds  ���������to "dry. i  **>��������������� ���������"������'   -.> -"/-   '- -��������� s"  -to tsiave a yviwxt ^rm.us uT, on ,a c^ut  >morning_to.start the kitchen fire, a Mon-,  -tana-*manplia*5 'pjttieirited'" tfn' attachment  *to^ an alarm clopk"1 whioh strikes a dundle  of matclies'and pushes"th-nh into a piece  of inflammable material under the gnat*;.  ���������   ���������To.preye-'-'t ap explosion of dusf or ga<*  ���������"irt,.th^.-eVii|iiit of an incandcseetiit globe  breaking in'n niino. ay, n.^w*]amn'llas been  devised in Tyhich* the usual globe is enclosed in*������noj,her| filled with air. 'Should  either  glObo  break  it  is  said  ths   air  would  extinguish iha carbon before  it  e'ould ignite tlie dust or gar*.    ;  :,, ni^.������������ '   \i. -v. ...*r  Hale, the well-known peaoh expert,  says ths white-fle^hed peach is coining  to be iii gi't'-ut demand wherever quality  is sought for, and, as it is more hardy  than the yellow-fleshed, it is better for  the grower in a cold climate. He further  says the Greensboro is tlie earliest good  peach; Waddell requires rich feeding and  severe thinning- Champion, the.most delicious-flavored peach we have, requires,  severe thinning; Belle of Georgia/good  uqality, handsome; Elbcrta, handsome,  of inferior quality, but the Lett seller  and a sure money-maker; Crosby, jel-  low-fleshed, but hardy, can get good-3ized  fruit by high feeding, and excessive j  thinning, has extra small pit, fine-fla- ���������  vored flesh; Hill's Chili, late, but a tine >  keeper, needs excessive feeding and good*  thinning.  Sonic fruiL grower* believe that the  most appropriate time to plant an" apple  orehaid is in the fall, from about the  last of Ot-jtobei till the middle of November, when the ground is loo&e and moi^t  enough ot work well, but ������not wt-t and  sticky. At that time the growing season  is over and tlie rroes will haidly be injured at all by the change from nursery  to oienaid. The roots that hxve be.-'.i  cut in digging and preparing for iwro-  ting will eaiioiis over, antl the ground  will selt.e firmly about the roots, and in  the spiing the trees aie ieady to awaken  into  new  hie without a check  to tiitiii  gi owtb.  e   i,  A_ packer decldies that thu coit oi  picking a bairel of apples on veiy large,  hlgji trees is 20 cents per barrel, while  on low-headed trees the co������t doc.-, not  exceed 7  cents.  j The notion, that, only pullet's in their  ixi'5t jv&i will be yiuillable has been  largely set aside as the result of ex-  penence.  But little profit can come from hens  that have passed the second year of  laying. It seldom, if ever, pays to  keep them over the third winter. Tliey  will seldom lay eggs enough to pay  their keep, and they will never be  worth more as market poultry than they  will  be this fall. ^  Hens frequently hide their nests  away to escape insect vermin* o������ the  poultry houso. This occurs -more frequently at tbis seabon than any other  time. Late broods of this kind can  be successfully ���������ro'vn if the*0* are separated and kept apart from the olderv  fowels. If compelled to fight-for ^an*  existence under foot of older fowls and  chickb they will faro but badly, and  will not grow as they should.  WOULD NOT LISTEN.  i "WAS FADING AWAY"  Judge   Fied   Wellhouse,   of   Topoka.  Kan./ holds t!ie title of "Apple K.ng of  s XJnifceo States."   He ow^is ~ver l,i5wi������  tne  acie.3   devotee   to  apple  trees,   and hs*3  made apple gi owing a life study.  Tho la.test estimate \s that the Cape  Cod cranberry crop will amount to IO'*-,  000 barrels this year. ^Suceecssful bogs  in the Cape Cod vicinity are valued at  $1,000 per asre, although made from land  which in its natural condition was nearly worthless. It was common swamp  land, covered with growth of wood and  bu������hes.  .POULTRY RAISING      PAYS.  How many head of poultry should  be kept on the average hundred-acre  farm, and what should be the gross  revenue.-'  One hundred laying hens are not  too many, and they should produce a  gross yearly revenue of ������300.  The hundred hens should lay 800  dozen eggs in the year. Fifty * dozen  eggs would ba required to produce 300  cmckens each spring. From the chickens 50 of the be&t pullets would be kept  to replace 50 hens each fall, and 50  hens would be killed off each year. The  flock would therefore consist of 50 pullets and 50 year olds. The former would  be the winter layers, and from tke 'alter would be takenr eggs for hatching in  the spring. The yearly receipts would be  made* up  approximately  of  the  follow-  750 dozen eggs at 20c a dozen,  ������150. - _ /'  50   one-year-old 'hens   at  50c,   525,  25 breeding cockerels at ������1.00, ������25.  225 fat chickens at 50c each, Si 12.  Total ������312.  Counting the chickens before they are  hatched? No this is counting the money  after it is earned.  Slmy of Mild Porter and the An^ry  Passenger.  (London      Opinion.)  The passenger scanned the tightly  packed second and third-class compartments with growing irzitation.  Scandalous! Not a seat anywhere. It  was time that somebody made a. stand.  The sudden realization that he had  made a joke almost dispelled his irritation, but his equally sudden impact  with, a truckful of luggage restored it  in. full force.  "First class, then," decided tie pas<  senger, and appropriated an empty carnage.  'Til. giv-c them a piece of my mind,'"  he reflected, "if they interfere with  mei"  "All.tickets, please!"  The fpniliar words took on for the  passenger the semblance of a battle  cry. He sat rigidly waiting.  "Ticket, please, sir!" v  The porter, a mild' looking, heavv  young man,' swung open the door.- The  passenger grimly presented his' ticket,  and the porter scanned it.  "You'll have to    change, I'm afraid,  Slr//' H safd* respectfully.  "This ticket  ... ** <*���������* >��������� .-", ft 'k ^"i       i  "I know," hroke ii ihe passenger with;  sarcasm, "all you can tell m*> s-������r>o������*>*  that ticket. What I sEbuld likfc Wk'tiW*  is whether jou are aware that every  second-class carriage, is'fulrjto overflow-  xng.S/%'*   ,".   __    *y   ��������� \\  The porter, lodked perplexed. "Yes,  sir, bl't- *'^L* *    * '       ,  "Very*-well, then, there can be no "occasion  foi argument.    I know when I  am v/ithia my rights."   ���������  ^ "Yes, sir; certainly.  sir!i I was only  A Young Woinan-Scarceiy  Thirtj'���������Seemed to be Dying on Her Feet.  DR.   HArtlLTON'S   PILLS   CURED  "I think it .should be tbe duty of the     ���������  schools to teach' children how to keep,    . '  well," writes  Miss Nannie  E.  Naydon,      ;  a well known and highly esteemed resident of Bristol.   "Ignorance of the laws  of health and the u**e of'improper remedies destroyed my vigor and led me to  the verge of invalidism.   I was as a girl  ruddy and strong.    Nothing seemed to       ;  affect   me- until I. was   about    thirty.., t<  Then gas began to form in the stomach.  I suffered witli bloating and a general  failure  in strength set in.    If I went  upstairs  my  breath hurt.    My  system    ���������  was -very irregular,  and until I  grew  prettv bad I didn't pay much heed to     __  my condition.   Then, I got blue, worried  all the time, wakened in the night and    <-  couldn't get to sleep again.    None  of  the medicine I too'k helped mo.   One day  I was reading of a very interesting case,  like'jmine cured by Dr. Hamilton's Pillj-  f took Mhet same  treatment.    It   w^  just" rigli-t���������didn't physic me to deatjg,  but took  hdld'V the weak, sick pai^  -of mv system and set things Tight,   -jo  "Seems   osf-if Br. Hamilton's Pills ha^  .madS^wej^ungagshi and all my col*dj**-,  "spirits, vigor and health of former daS**  'have returned to stay" jS  ���������  Every girl and woman should use ffi-  Hamiltjm's^lis regularly. Tliey help|b  woman ih'many ways.     Beware of the  QHurchj and Clergy.   ,  More tlian two hundred organized  \relTiodist'"!Upi*sodpal churches are located in the city of Chicago.  - John-M.-Comstock,-State statistician  of tjto Congregatioinvii'Jts in Vermont,  i cpoi-U {lie* smallest number ol addition*  to tht church.'in- his State1 during any  voar since 18S2. There ii a loss of nini'ly  in* the total membership of tho 21:1  , churches of tho. denomination.   Tlie fig  I    .. ~.~.t  j_ ni'nnt    .n'i.������ i./,i<nl ���������.i,r.  Eggs are used for other purpose th^n  frod. Cracked cpgs aie generally sold to  bakers, confectioners and eheap restaurants. Calico printers buy fro-n  5.000,000 to 8.000.000 dozen eg-*^ a yeai  in the United States, mostly boujrht in  New England markets. It is claimed that  one biscuit firm in New York buys 4.000  dozen eggs a week, or more than 200.000  dozen a year. Coffee roasters, manm.ie-  tureis of photograph supplies, eracki-i  and biscuit "makers and tha che-nic*)  trade are estimated to use in the Unit  ed States 50,000.000 dozens a year. The  makers of patent food preparations, tanners, liquor refiners and Aye manufacturers need a great many eggs in thcir  businfr=s. , .  A Maine dairyman "has found* the  keeping of hogs and converting them  into sausage a profitable side-line. He  mfe erected a. sanitary slaughter house,  with all the up-to-date conveniences,  and with au ample supply of both hot  and cold water. The piggery is r also  constructed on plans which insure** the  highest degree of sanitation,.and the  pigs are kept clean and healthy. The  sausages are packed in*oiled paper in_  one-pound boxes arid*in���������bags and find a'  ready sale'fco 'city"custohiers' at very  attractive prices. \'A     * <���������   ,  The best plan for ridding the fields  pud pastiirpR of noxious weeds is to cut  all of them out this month, before they  go to seed.' If no seeds ore allowed to  form, tfie crop will at least be reduced  next year. Many of the weed pests are  biennials, blossoming and , seeding tho  second year, hence by, keeping them  from going to seed the second year limy  will die and that will be the last of  them. The, Canada thistle belongs to  this class.  "urea dropped to,21,005. -The total add!���������    mos-ies   nro all   parasites   that   woaken  tries c.-iji  ,,  liili*.  pU,tIjlV,]"*'l^  ������������������'llortjiig fI'shjl'.'/���������'*��������� vV'.'������������������'���������������������������:���������.   ,'-,,;,;.:"V'.-V'-*.*  'I;A IttH^line.iw  trough ��������� Used by;';ili;'qr^iOrAU.Vol������t^oiki will,  ln������*'.p .���������(.Iv^'wft)^*':, wwoot aiidApi^ventvtlisy  jf i'.i :iKw.wwnw  AllN^���������^alf^������!llln������^������^a'iimtH^eil ,.ot-<.tJiist*;.-,f���������i'itio������pi..���������  tytin������l^'i^^^l^lc v^wlMMi* Jut������yl>a.&n;. x-*u.n-ri 1 ii-jr *;  .,i|,wumfc<*<*^ yAyv-y* ^h-.\  '������������������ \ l^y$#'*i*w,.M*^  (i|-lit ,/1������k������W**������' 'Jmight'of'j ���������bxtmyim.inoo-*.  y'.o'n-if h������\v.' I wilil"'' bf ton < glvoH' .uloUbl o  thn������  ,;.;���������,fcjii:TOw.'&Wioite:A^,v.rA; ;���������.... ���������.,-/���������������������������?  ���������%f MimmnmM ao,ooo,onov������tiv^.' ������t' ������������'���������  i-iv.Uoly 'ktt-hitX'dr'Jitivo iww ooniplobwl by  ft������,r.'"tomc.w of ���������W������pxunftttW?..VW.!it!W.  Um tn or In the oo-mnon oaunei  ' ���������" * '��������� '.niii ijuaitor olSnriH'Hbn olootrlo lights  frt- t.Uff- Son^^poH'M^ii - ^>ti)>oto  M-Uli  current generated lit Stioqiulmrc  Sfji'Vfl. flftv-ttiilcifdlulant;;..' f-  tlins'-wero 805, of which 407 were on  ^onfc&siou ;of faith".   v  Noon 'meetings" iii -Wall street' hav**"  been resumed under the auspice** of tho  oynngelitjWc coinmlHco ot Now ,Yovk  elty/yaiioy w)llil}6%bli\',in*\(r6nt of Iho'  new Clly linnli building on the sito of  .the former United States.Custom Houso.  The Rev.' Nelson p. iDAiino, rector bf St.  Pnul'ty ChuiTh,' Ossfnt-ton-pn-thp-II'iiilscin.  ,willi -preaoli ..at jtl|0...anootings tlivpugliout  ' ^'rsu^nib-r^A'.;,v:u ';;.' ,.:-:A.X ..'.'��������� XuAx.x''  Hardwood trees in the forest aro (attacked by many enemies. Tl-e miRtlctoe,  the "witches' broom," and the southern  POULTRY HINTS.  The ground under the r^oosts is a  good place to dtimp ashes through  the summer, for mites cannot live in  ashes or dust.  When hens learn to drink skimmilk  they will consume a large quantity every day and convert it into eggs.  Keep bran in which some bone meal  and meat is mixed whero the poultry  may have access to it at all times. If  they are not getting "bugs" enough  they will balance up with the bran mixture.  Don't let the supply of oyster shell  and grit run short now. Many bowel  troubles begin from indigestion caused  by lact of sharp grit. If no other  is" available, pound up old dishes for  grit. *  Never let a fowl that has any .sickness run at large. The _a-ilrnent may  not be contagious, but it doesn't pay  to take any chances.  If fowls must be shut up at' night,  see to it that they have plenty, of air,  and let them out at peep of day so  that they may do their foraging early  while th"*unri*1 ������"^ worms as well as  the early birds are astir.  DOUBLE THE INCOAIE PER COW.  Dominion Department of Agriculture,  branch of the Dairy aud Cold Storage  Commissioner. y~'  Several' instances are on record in  Ontario and' Quebec ivhore members of  cow testing associations,' who *are "systematically, weighing and sampling the  milk from, each individual. cow - in>' the  herd, have been enabled to Increase the  yield .of milk ,peT cow tremendously.  Mere ^weighing and sampling, ofeourse,  has not increased tho yield, but it has  been the most important factor in the  general improvement; it has shown that  lots of cows wero not worth kepping; it  lias shown that others could profitably  consume more good feed; it has shown  the owners that they must study each  cow to make her do her busj.; it fins  shown that most cows will respond  readily-to better care nnd attention, and  will earn more money if rE-ivon the opportunity.   It means    good money     in  sav!  "Never mind what you were onlv,"  remarked the pessenger, his wrath fanned by the propitiating manner *of 'the  porter, which clearly indicated the  weakness of the company's position. "If  you aren't satisfied, you can fetch the  station-master." ^  "Yes, sir," agreed the'norte*? mech'n-  ically, hut he did not move. "Only it  don't need the stationmaster to "  "Oh, don't it?" retorted the passenger  angrily. 'fThat is���������I mean���������doesn't it"  He glared at the porter as being obviously responsible for this absurd slip.  Well, then, give me back.my ticket  ana let me hear no more of these ridiculous complaints. If proper accommodation is not provided for passengers  they have a right to take seats where-  ever they can find them.'-'-  Thc porter returned the: ticket dubiously. "But what I was going to say,  sir*  ������������������ - ������*-i*i' -. ^������  Oh, I know what you were going to  I" the pasgenger assured him with-  oungly. "That I've only paid for a second-class ticket, aod that there will  be a relief train'in-five nunutesTor that  another coach is going to, be put on this  one. I know the things you say; but it  won't do. I don't-move from here!"  "But there's room enough," the porter persisted, "in the���������"  "Now, look Here, my'man"���������the passenger spoke with exasperating impres-  siveneEs���������"I've had enough of- this.  There's no room except here, and you  know it as well as I do. I'm not go-  in;** to travel nke'". *">"<������������ +~ -o,.;?.,  any railway company in, existence. <"K  and tell'tho stationmaster that, , if -you  like; or go and count the people in,the  carriages���������if you can count up to ten."  Only go!"     i r  The ptfrter - hovered. uncertainly ;* "hc  seemed' incapable.. of' feeling annoyance.  "Yes, sir; only what I was mentioning "      ,-���������--,,./  ( "Mentioning?" gibed the passenger.  "Is that who yoa call mentioning}"*"  You've Btood there, arguing till I'm tired. It's sheer impertinence, and I won't  stand it,",  The porter Blmffled his feet awkwardly. "But there's only a minute more,  sir, and if I was you "  "What?" fluminated the passenger,  "you're going to havo the impudence to  threaten mo? That's a little too mUch!  It's high timo this overcrowding was  exposed,   f, shall   tako, tho-matter un '���������  lealer"*xho(fa5ks you to take an inferior  sill' oii5* wliieh^ his nro fit fa larger than  on Dr. Hamilton's. * Sold* in yellow boxes,  25c per box, all dealers, or the Catarrhozone Co., Kingston, Ont.  WORTH HN0WXN&.  '  **"������������������ * <m������''f "���������*������������������" ������ W" '���������*"������������������������������������������������������ ��������� "?  .' ������*���������      hl'J,,*' ,1 * ������ -JL ��������� h....'  ��������� iv.i7.iv,ii  14k. <3OI;0 BRQQ$H*  uippr,(.*f������W.^ly '2!l0,00d' wllo-j of -ritllMM  ���������)n I.)** UfttwlM^ 181,.  (Md miif?>i!rho ^o*o of Iflos. ,  '; An c^cflUveTriy^tVW*p'h,;*.h^^^ to  ,������1uiiiiivri ��������� flfo. qiip;'bil ���������wi-io'' l>y -���������^ijvlng,  #i drum of bWirriiiiatiV'of nolruh (a two  winiwi of wHtoi', ami ������woctonlng it with  ,-;ii.. little, cuptar.  Hcvcriil in el nil In* oxLV1** and wultiihlil'^  'htiv������ the i'omiirk.-vb|o property of om  '^���������"���������IJr'i'r rJ^lrlMl eum'nl* l������<*H*r '������ oHw  itlti'"*Uoii Jhan  another, ospoolatly. nt.  tint" voltfiui'.,  .������������������TK'tuirMmi w-\ wem"* '<** r<*������r������r ���������wi*  IfKOTn !i -f*.-* ext***'^!''^'* ������������������������������������JmHb'rt fviu  ���������M tmr book ������u������ 1*20 U. O.i whHe t\w  .������)  ; mHl������"Pfoqcf) i������, 'bpoatUulty mado.,  A'JL    in lionvy. HU, (*old.     <y|.lliO',  pcorln In/lho Moplo.Lcal aro of n  very fino qualliy,    .  "���������,". It benoloflod In 0 liand������of������o  velvet Unetl cnno���������niidio nont pwki*  puid (o/any mUlreuu In, Cqmodu-���������  t\cept iho VuUoii���������upon r������oci|it (.1  . i5.00--oidcj-*by iho nuiiibtr 30������.  s^ND'ron'CATAtfOcocrv  Our h*.in.'tom*|./ llliimriiutMl*) n������nn rntn*  -   Int'io fl Ijiamrinou. Jitvsli-v, hilvM'ii'ri*,  . I vMihir, Art* C.i������oJ������ *"������������(l 'Stiv#ln*������, Iruo  .i.puit ruguou.,,^,,,,,,^,,,,,  ' .ClY^lIE EFfOS*������ Limitocl  ;   -. -TORONTO   |l--illrrir.rit]aia*Tiit*Tifiiri;r.Miii������.'iii,J>iW]"i  mmmiiiBmikMm  ond even destroy the trees.  But by far  the greater number/ of diseases of trees  nre   cnuHctl  by   fungus   growth.    Some  ftinjri destroy  tlw������ loaves,  somo rot the  roots and some girdle tho bark.  Chestnut  orchards   have   been,   destroyed   in  mnny places in the east by a kind of\,  fungus   which girdles the bark and kills  the i\fec.    Thon there  nro ninny kind*  of fungi wliich rot tho wood of standing  ,treea, with no outwavd sign until.-after,  vtho-valiio'.bf the tree has been destroyed.  'The  white-heart rot is  tho .most-dan-.,  ���������gorous of these,    lt attacks    the  oak,  walnut' hickory, beech, maples nnd many.  Other   treeV.    The   heart wood   of  tho  tree  Is  ohanged> liy  the  notion of  the,  finiRUH -injto a llght-colorfd, flaky sort  of'-substance"'which hns no strength and  can ho -longer bo .'.'called wood,   Sucli n  tveb iiiav llvo- for' ninny    ycnrB, ovon  tliiuigh   liiul'y  <llaoii8t'd, bill  It Inn-   no  valno for'tliuber,  ,.... Tlie. prcat srcrcl of., tlu* ennvmom  , viofdfiymndc by the French furm'orn lle������  In the hlftli stntoj-Of ���������pe'rfcf'tlon lo which  tlibyliavo, brought ;their top hoIIr. The  top noil���������;: c'(in;,':1u):enriched aiid built ut>  until Its ponslblHtli'R' of proiliiollnn nro  nirmy. t|nic������ whnt tliey.-mny ho nt tlie  lime Improvement Is-begun. The cnpiie-  Ity of th������ soil.: Is .limited only by the  nblllty of -ninn to enrich nrul i-nltivalo II,  To proilueo the greatest return, in  m-xt spring's crop of nspiiruguH voot������,  M'movo ��������� tlio ������oed Imrrles: wlillo they nre'  y������t gvoen, This will tako time. The  folliigu numt not: bo serloimly Intrvfered  with, Tlio UMinl wny, however, I������ to  ������nt iho ������lnlU������ next tht prouiut after  they havo ripened, rcmivo tlit'in fnup  Ilia ground, uinnnre with minpofit* ninn-  are, arid dig Into, the carl li lightly In  Ihe Hpt-ln**;.  WrNTET? EaYKIIS.  In, HoIoeUnp; henn and pullets to bo  kept over,for winter layors, bo oaroful  to got an ovon, regular lot, well tuonor-  llono-l.' utroYidf and vliroroim, Vu'il^t'i  that linvfl laid well tlio1*"������t ynr nhoiiht  rontinuo to lay. *w������\ tlie coming vmuUt,  i. Uioy havo o::n' earthly .cussel for.  When books become badly -soiled on  the edges, if not gilt edgeda close the  book tightly, then 'erase the marl r, with  an ink eraser. This will cut off all  rough, edges, all soiled-marks dpi leave  the book very clean.     -= '  '  To, remove'an iuk'j-jtai-n from.,*"colored  ..vt.oxi   imu   uvea   evaiuvu    wuxi/iviu   iu   once.  milk and let it stand 'until the milk  'sours. Hang the waist up and let the  milk dry, brush it off and wash in the  usual manner. This will remove ink  when buttermilk has failed.  In selecting a'pure' linen tablecloth,  if you- are no judge of���������,liaen moie+er. the  goods with the tongn'e and if a damp  spot instantly appears on the opposite  sideyou may rest assured the linen is  good. If not the moisture would be long-  in penetrating the weave.  The cushioned back of a Morris chair  has been, found valuable in the sickroom  to place back of the invalid iSTbed.  The handles of knives should never  be immersed in water, or, after a time,  they,,would become discolored and looSe.  r*   A      ��������� -."tr^T.    ~������������������A~     *.* -.a'���������     ���������*    ������r������   'iS -a, ^.WUIU    UIOUQ    Xfx    uut^   **au    V1>UAIUCU-  'toes, '"mixed with finely-chopped /celery,  is5weH liked.   It is covered ^wiihjl?rench.  dressing and served on lettuce leaves.   ;  Save pu'e or two turkey wings.���������'They  sire the best bruahes in the .worldlto use k  around a-stove aiid\they are.'splendid fo-  sweeping  closet   shelves.   Weight      the  wing tip with an iron until it dries.   ���������* * *.  Was Out> Calling. --  Mrs, A. was more shocked "than amused men, in reply to her question, "Who  Was at Sunday school 'this morning?"  lief-* 4-year-old-daughter 'said,' "Everybody but Jesus."  - -��������� f$Why, my dear,'" said Mrar A., "w^her-  ever did you get such an idea?"    ��������� ���������  ���������  (    "Etc was 'out visiting this motiiihg," *  the' littlo lady confidently said.'     *   ' ���������  '/"Daughter," said Mrs. A., "whoytold  you such a Btory?"t ,,  "Nobody didn't tcii mc, mother; lhut  -they just kept singing,it, over and over  again: 'Jesus ia calling, He's calling today.'"���������Success Magazine.  ��������� -a* ������     - - ���������'    .,  Mr, Nagitt���������Tou'H have to discharge  that cook. Mrs. Naggitt���������Why? Mr.  Naggitt���������She's getting into your way  of cooking���������BoBton Globe.       ,vj*   ���������.   i  *mmmmmm0***mm*m0mmqii,mf ii.i.ip.y, .y���������. jinn. ,iiji.|i^w^^i^<^i  ���������"-���������''(inr * , ��������� **f>.i������; J  ii(l    uitJU-lW  .',!'>*.is^v.i t'<* Ar rK *'<*.!������:'* <���������������  was three years ago.   A smaller herd in flushcd.j\vitl*,tviotoijy.r,u\.,   i'^  .awv><*  lOO'lbrought in only $28.80ipor>cow* hut /The porter,, ���������tjott"ody a\o|igsiAo! wi*|h ia  last year the'bwner raeoivod.'ineai'Iy $"i8    .������~-..{-^ -.-���������������-���������*  .   .'.    * *  per cow, in other word**viio- is" now getting moro than'double the previous income per cow.1 ���������' -      J' -J "' *0.** F.'W,  mf.4 ������'������n' ,<���������'''���������    .' -''     f  Electrical .Coaches U-sed In -Prussia.  .A iii-clodious Oi^orn,''ble'ctricililly oporat-  etl instead of tv .whistle; and:'oloetrlcnl  double comcheis l-iiait'Ca-d of tritiiiw witli  l'fk'<������ni0ithv������ aro uwed onv-PimsAln. The  coikiIilis havo iv tnnik ooniKitruototl at  oiWubr end. I'lio. nhwlw' aiHi Httlc moro'  than half ai*. high 'aiH.;t'h'(!.'''rc'nvaiiwlci' ������>f  t.ita comch, and oontaiin the. tiocumuUvtor  batt'firUwi.*    ���������'��������������������������� - '-"A''-,'  T.]wV battcrk'n are comptwod of 108  .ociTlw", half of bU'tvm' locn/tod in "true front  if;nk and half in iho ri^iw. Am the tanks  coiilalitl'iig flic batterlCB arc on tl rely i-JO*  labed"irr,/,n tha '"���������wiAin-nger' compart'iicivb--,  tn.VR'k'n-i will' novor bo annoyed hy tilto  aclti -fninvri*-. ��������� ������������������ ���������'   ���������'-"'"  A, Tlio oldctrlcil c<iuIpnioi)it A   of     thrae  ooiiclicia t*tn:i*lijJtisiA of; two , '*.','cilffJiity hor.so  power electro' motors.   Upon one elmrgw  of tho battery thoy oan vnn sixty-five  'Tii'llw.    M Wi'oy caiiAruir by u*ii!g only  ow-Hii-i'ii'. of tiho.-b.itfc'jry traffic will iw������t  bu I'l-U-'iTUpkil if ,Vh<- otihor half should  got oint of oritur.'        (  ���������'-.-Ti,-addition' to a.lr.btvulccii thcrn* eoaeJi-  ������.*'*) ��������� .i-rii jwov'jiU'd with electrical br.ike������,  awl- ������'���������'*������������������>  W'Ui'.i \Mii*v)i*ge.iioy ,ii;in.l bi-,ik<!������..  Expci'Invcnti**' ������uggcisti'tli'at''wJirn truvel-  ing at Ijiiirty-six     milea,,!   an hour the  wuteli-rrt' oan bo broi-ifihtio a ������tiuut.*tilU  wltlvlri a (llstaivei* of Zao'yiiirili"* hy aWly-  Ing tilio air brake, -"Vv'-lUi- tho alv and  (������lr<'trle������.l briilwH n'lrtnulitnnooiwly applied  Lin; coach w;������.s brougilit to a ������top I" I10  yards.    It 1.i thotiglit  that tlici-vo    now  coiuihA*   will   Income  unowl  pop-ular  <������\  at'count of 1-helr -t-mtwln, quiet running  ���������mil   .-li*'*  'MHUl'i'*)  itb>vut;ti of cliidera and  ���������"���������'ni'Ue,  ��������� ������������ ������.    ���������������������������-  M������r  Ohnnceo.  Getting  Slim.  Ethel-lSiy hunbaud  must be a Weill-  ������������������roil man.   1 would like to^niarry Into  in old luniil.v, wotildiri. v������ju?"  ICiitc  {m-JItI-Vm, nny old family.���������  l?o������ton Tranicrlpt. ^  worried expression^ , M., -,,. (i  "Thinhing.ofifloming.airtho way?" in*  quired ��������� tho paseougcr jocularly.  , Tha porter,phook his head; ho was beginning to pant a littlo as tho train* got  up speed.  "Don't overdo it," advised the passenger pleasantly, opening a paper.,  "You may���������catch tho connection���������at  Disnoy Marsh,"* shouted the p'ortar.  "Change   at���������Puddlington* nnd���������"  "What?" yelled the pdfinongor apprehensively, and leaned out of tho win*  dow  iu sudden  frenzy.  Tho porter, purple and LreathloBs, applied his curved hands to bin month  and mado a final doBporritc effort,  "You're la the���������Wrong train, sir!" ho  bawled.  ' li      mi     ���������'<!   ������ln  Poisonous Hair Washes.  &omo litilr dyes contain aniline dorivt*  ilvt'ii, Hoiiio. of whieli havo no toxic iio-  tion, but othoraal'o, according to tho  'lirltish Medical. Journal, vory noisonnjuy.'.'  pii'i'iiplionydlniniiio' being cdjioololly dnrt-  gerifun.   A, C^autler has written an-oj*.'-'  Jimmtivo work on thu chemical constitu-  ontti.'of hair dyen, and lie points, out  that a Hinglo .application of parapheny-  lenydlnndno lias sufficed lo Indueoa tinx*  it- iH'tiiiu,   The symptoms of intoxication  with tills nnd  othor  j������������l������onoiw aniline  lives miiV ho divided Into three group",-  (Il  Toxfo akin eruptloiiH, oezomii, nnd  urticaria, with groat burning timl Itch*  Ing,       (2)  Oastv-'Inti-Mtinal ������yinptoni������i,  such nn naviBoa.   til)'Nervous HymptomH,  Hlei'pleHHiiciH, %\hr.huMi w������nkliP������*> of th'e  leg, oplloptlform nitnclr, nnd syncope. Tn  MovemJ lilHtiinco*- death lm������ remnltinl.  ;��������� ��������������� ���������������������   In Plunkvlllo  "'H.iw kin 1 Improve my cm;>'ir'.titii*,,<  liintilioil tlm propriolor nt Iho gi'iunul  utoro,  "You   mfglit-   **l.iirt   bv   Having   ihcn  I ,.j..,^n. <v,<*  *;j  fr"***.*!' cn*,Vi!'*"T������^," ������������������v.'s**"*'-  i oil ono of 1.hr* */*>rmnliW"-tiL Inn fern of Hi!  Ui wn,���������lvonisvWlc Cowricr-J ourmii,  k  Vi'MUt ivm  item*  Lydia E. Pinkham'syegeta"  ble Compound Ciijred; Heir<  Toronto, Cana,tla.--"Ishhil endeavor y  to describe to you how Ifolt bofoi'O I  a  began taking Lydia E. Pinkhamr������ Voff-   A  etablo Compound,   I acaveply-5��������� <fcnew  what It \vm to bo wdn.M' had awful  boa>lng-dbwnt)ulns  arid usually boforo  'my nrtonihly periods  I BUffprod terribly ,  *Hii(i;tt^Ato\BbAto A  'ft}.!, l5vaBtt<rtabl*a a:  toWftln.Uiordas tho A  jVoor the naWwnn  "fldbadv'I^pctpredAv  for a 16% amd. but V  tho doctor's,treat,  merit; dUVnbt do mo  anyKbod,lgaVpup .;  all..iiopca ol',.evpt ,  boinffMwpU   amtin  until onodayimyhufibaria n^wthoOom-  pound adVortlscd in th0;,papor.v Ho  '  decided to get me a bottle, and X am  tha������kf������il ho did.   I bad not talcon ono  bottlo boforo 1 began to fool biattot,  and I Ronton talcing It until now I ara  adllVorentwoman.   I^alMlMlnadtnaV:  during maternity and childbirth.   I  can tiiorouffbly recommend your VoR*  otablo Coraiiound to any womiin who  ia uflHetod .with fotnaln WOilblon."���������  Mra. J. M. TwkkdaIiK* 188 ^asflou St,  Toronto, -panadft.  'A   ',,���������,,;''   .  Tho mtcceftfl of Lydift K,: Plnklmm'i  Voictiuliln Conipoiuid. mado from roots  and herbn, in imparallolod.   it may bo  UHod with nwfoct corilldonoa by woman  who miftor from dlnplacoment*, ttiflftro-  matioii, ulceration, fibroid tunW������. i������f*  rdgnlarlMon, nnrlodlo paimi, baokacbo,  boarlngjtbnvn feolinB, flatulency, indl������  .k.-oUuu, -SlstilatdS, orTtCrroas r  1 lion, ���������''���������'��������� mW^XW^WMXW^-^^IMt^S  W&^&^$MMM&^AXA  X1 ^A^^aAxXAXA AA Ay *��������� a A"'- "���������'���������'.'  X8J  'XX.  THE aGRESTON   REVIEW  ���������  ������^<������**^** ���������������������������*������*��������������������������� ���������������������������4"0*e#* |  With a Local Flavor I  Mrs, Rial roturasd on i'riday. last  from Moyie, -where she has been visiting  friends.  J. W. Bow, orae of tht* men who grows  tbo big rod apydoH nt Oreston, made a  trip to Nelson on Tuesday, returning en  Wednesday.  Boya* and men's spring nnd hockey  skates* suitable Xmas presents at Speers  Don't forget the ilate and the place for  tbe Xmas Sohool Oonoert at the Oreston  Anditoriunt on the evening of Monday  Mxt, th������ 30th insl,.  Ito. ������. M. XUi d nnd little daughter  lu*$bn Tuesday f or Cranbrook to meet  .Jd-ei, B������id.   Ut. ami. Mra. Bald retained  to'tow* o������ Wad ossd-ay.  -Jnat ayrirtrf, -Aow ������t furnittjr*.    To  nuftatoo-a, w<������ will givo aiwoial Xwai  VMiiftiMtnfttMit-arootftU kind*.   Ih*  -tftwiton Hard ���������������*��������� aaft VHuBituro Oo.  ^���������Mff.*������a���������isr������.0. S. Northey left on  ���������ToeadayVv f-Klboind train for Vnncou-  v*y. -whotto Sfr. Northey will go into tho  real aetata tmiin������M.  M. O'Neill ia tho name of another ex-  {iert blac Jwtnith and horsesboor who bus  ooated at Oreston. Mr. O'Neill has  taken t ho blaokimlth shop of J. J. Qrndy  on Guird Avenue, opposite the Oreston  HotoU  T'oe annual missionary sorvicea of the  Motbodiat Ohuroh will be prenobed on  Sunday, December 10th, by tbo Rev. J.  W. MUlox, B.A., B.D., of Moyio. Ser*  vicei fcoth morning and evening.  There will be a Christmas tree nnd  ontertertninment in tbe Methodist  Chnrch on Thursday evening, the Silrd  inst. No ndtniflsion will be charged,  but * collection will bo takon up during  the otening.  Tbe now unwTOlll whioh haa boon built  br O. O. Rodger* at Onnyon City is now  running and turning out tho bent of  lumber at the rat* of twenty thousand  feet per day.  Yon anto go to Coulter's for hardware  S. A. Speera is rniihln*** the completion  of the upstairs of his now mtoro building,  having* rented the name to the local ord-  *r of Knight* of Pythian, Orango Lodge  nnd Masoni*.  Tho OraNton Mercantile On, nro making a speciality of handling nil IciutlH of  fraitfl thia winter, among tho vnrintioa  of apples that thoy nro now offnring are  the Fall Pippin, Jonathan, Illnn iJor-  main. Wint'Hap and tbo Walbritlgo, Call  nud noil tox yourself.  M. A. McDonald, of Oranbrook, th*  Libs-rat nominee In the m-fent prnvlnr-inl  election nonlent, wan "thnklngliandH with  friends on tha ntntlon platform on Tih-m-  dav. Mr. McDonald was returning from  Nelson, whoro ho iuul ixieu ul.u-uui-.uk  Mrs. O. O. Kodgfi-s will leave for Spokane tomorrow aud will return in a few  days with her son Floyd, who will spend  his Xmas vacation with his parents in  Creston, he having been attending school  in Spokane.  In future the Creston Furnishing ;Cp.  will be known by ihe unme of ihe Ores-  ton Hardware and Furniture Co. Ay A: A  Professor Andrew Miller, of the Ores-  ton dancing class, liss consented to give  a grand ball at the Creston Auditorium  on the evening of New Year's Ii.ve.ylfc  is stated already that nil of Moyie ai*d  intermediate towns to the east as ''well  as all places east of Kootenay Landing  and the eutire surrounding district will  take in this grand ball.  Delicions hot drinks served at Coulter's confectionery store, consisting of  hoof test, obocolato,.cocoa, etc.  B. Mallandaine, chief timber ranger  ond district land agent for the O. P. '������.,  bos been granted a well-earned holiday  of two month--. Mr. and Mr*. Mallandaine will tako a trip to the old country,  Mr. afallandaino leavtaf today for  Oranbrook. whoro Mrs. MftUandalne will  -join hfeo hnjtband on Saturday. Thoy  will thon nrootMd to Montnutl and will  sail from St John, 9SA may ssaSce cov*  ornl short stops on tho way to visit  friends. ' Lack of snnot pyoYontw ns ���������**!*���������  igg an account of the enormous amount  I of work that haB boon accomplished by  Mr. Miillnndnino whilo representing the  O. P. R. land department in the Koot-  onays, but in our next issue wo will publish facte tbat will show how Mr. Mallandaine Ins helped to opon up this  country. The Rkviisw wishes Mr. and  Mrs. Mallnndnine bon voyage.  FOR SALE���������A Sot of Heavy Hnrnosfi,  nlso Set of Bob Sloighs, cheap. Apply  A. B. Attwood.  FOR SALE���������One 270-Egg Model In-  oubntor, One Brooder nnd a number of  Hons.���������Bnrgniu, Apply Box 0, Creston.  Mr. Lifctlejohn and family, who reside  near Erickson, ' moved into  their  new,  residence last Friday-.    ��������� y ' t  Alf. Cockrel returned to the Oreston  district from the States; where he has  been during last summer and fall. j  Alex. Dupery left for Switzerland this  weeek for a three months vacation.  During his absence hiB ranch will be  managed by Bob Dixon,  Mr. Teddy Haskin*) made a business  trip to Kitchener Saturday laBt, returning tho following day, driving' through  with his team.  Two young men from Copeland, who  attended the last Saturday evening dance  given by tho Or-ston dancing class, stated that the Oreston dances were most"  enjoyable, and they predicted that at  the New Year's Evo ball; whioh will be  given by tho OreBtoii dancing class, there l  ���������will be a very largo attendance from  Port Hill and Oopelund.  'jao^oimamM^mai  i  *  TH^  JO,  ^gcgaglig.g4%SSg  MMianilMMMMMHMWMM^^ ���������).  M  IT  11  f    T TV   T T^fc  U IN KU  HOT!  CRESTON -:-    B.C.  ^  *aBBKBBZ&S$23SRm  Word has raaehtd here from Vanoon  v������r that L-Mlio Durno, formerly of th  Orostoubriujnhorthe Ganmtian Bnnk  Oommerb* and laKsrly in the Bnuk <���������  Oommwco at tho terminal oity,. loft Inst  troek for hu ftctatrfa Gotland; in re������-  pbnsa to a mmmnns a^pvisiptf .Mia oi  tho seriouB illness of a near relatlvo.  Fl  Jim  m  Services Next Sunday.  Church of England  Divine Service in tbe NKW SCHOOL-  HOUSE:���������Sevvicos next Sunday, December 10th ('Uh Sunday i������ Advent):  Malinft and Sorinoti, 11 a.m.; Alice Siding SohoolhoiiM*, ������ p in,; Evensong nnd  Sermon, 7.U0 p.m. Suuday school will  bo held nt tho vlear'-' hniiRft at ������ p.m.  Christmas Day, Saturday, December  ���������.fith���������IdntliiH iuul Holy Communion at  11 a.m.  Piw.u* O. IUymah, Vicar,  Prosbytorlnu Clmrcli  Services will bo hold In tbo l'lvuby-  tei'inn Olinr.ih on Hnurlny next. Morning Norviou, 11 it.in.; Kvoning Hcrvioo,  7.1*50 p.m.    Sunday upIimoI nt SJ.UO p.m.  T. (J, MoLi-.OD, i'HHtor.  Alctfiodist Clmrcli  H< rvbwm nn Htintlnv noxt,: Morning nt  11 a.m.; Hundny Hcltnol, nt'J.JIO p.m.;  -*w,        ,,....   tl.   ,,   .������ -,..      --   >.t,       ultutiif, uv,. l������l ,   ..WW   (,....  V J HtrriiRHPOiio, pnator  A Few of Our  Xmas Specials  Box of 10 David Harum Speoinl  OignvH     $1.00  Box of 10 Van Horno Cigar-) $1.00  "' " Ohamborlnln Olgnrs 91.35  ���������������     art Club Sjiooial Oignrs    sJS.CO  "     RO Piiro Cigars    p.RO  '������ B0 El DoroSpeoIal Oignrs $5,00  "    100 Pull Moll Oigiirottos   *3.fi0  Qarriolt nnd A ninth Smoking  Mixture.  These Are ihe HMost Sensible  'Presents for 3JcnX  ������  Wo'bnn nine Hupply all Jxiiids of liquid  comforts by tho dozen ov moro.  Creston Wine &!  Spirits Co.  I  S5K  -���������'"ttes  How Gold Bre  The Keep hilli and nigged mountains of the Klondike region (*ive  j*ise to numbcrleu imnll alrcatns, wliich become from time to time  ���������with the melting of the -now-���������the cloudbuiiU and heavy rains to  which the country is subject���������rnginfftoircnti.  Tho grinding of the glaciers and the erosion of these turbulent  streams bring down rocks, -and and gravel from ths mountain depths  and fastnesses where man has never yet penetrated,  ' In a region where ledges of Gold-bearing Quart* at* a prominent  feature in the formation, it isnatuml that theso force*of Nature should  tear away quantities of exceedingly rich material. ,  Tin's process lias been going on for ages. The hidden store* of  Cold away in the hills aro inexhaustible.  The rush of the torrents is to Impetuous that even IwnMew ,������f  considerable size are borne in their course, and only wlien Nature  1ms sj������ent herself do they find n resting place,  fhe broad creeks���������the wider reaches of the river^r-qulet the,  ���������beam, and tho Gold, in tho form of nuggets, grains and flakes,,  rapidly setllcs,   Gold is very heavy���������-heavier than the tuck itself, and  onco it finds a icsliui; place, sifls down through the tight suifaco mud  -and ������������nd until, byforcc of Gravity, it reaches bed rock.  Where the coiiriies of utreami hnve been changed, tlie richest Plaeer  Minesare found in their old beds. But m the larger, constant streams,  these rich deposits arc beyond thcreachof merely human agencies.  It remains for the Gold Dredge���������following the heavy mi-wetr  and nnrlicles of Gold down through the overlying strata In the bars  end benches of tlio river, to recover these stores of Gold from the  trcasurc-'iouie of Nature. ���������    ,   w   *.-y,���������*������������������'���������  The long arms of iho Dredr-e, with their endless chains of Itucket  icoopN search down, down���������thrmit-Ii stttly feet of water, land and  (���������ravel, if need bo���������until the Gold sediment, and finally bad lock itself,  often overlaid with nn actual coverlet of piir������ Gold-** thcr, hoarded  ., accumulation of centuries���������is reached, >'  The Gold Dredge brings up litis material in wJioIwala lus-Hilfe*  ���������(rents it with scientific accuracy to save the finest, panicles of  value���������serwirntes tho dioss���������and for the first time lays bare to tha hand  of man tliit Virgin Gold.  While petnonally preient on our properly at Stewmt River,  Tulcotl Territory, Klondike, Senlemhsr lit,"! saw with my own  tyca a clenii-up from our firet nnd smaller dredge, netting $J|7.50,  end this was p-fecoded only n few day* by anolhttr clean-up from  the ������.-,me drcdac ���������uiioimtlr.*? to $J203,C& In Cold. I ������MV this Goli),  ������*itltcicd from ihe nobj-aavlnjj iithles of our Dredge,'moulded into  bullion���������a solid bur of Gold.  Willi mich i-ciulu in sight Wo are bending ovatf"������ffo������t 'o B������t twenty  of the-e mammoth Dredges ftt work on our property.. This summer,  our second dredga went on  nliftitly ������t ivo������tt.���������  -larger and stronger than tlio first���������and is  ��������� ���������' ������_;,>��������� ���������������������������A- ..-V    >A>*y.sAA: ;\y ;-'''y ^''.'A''-A-'-A'" '��������� ���������...,'_.'    *���������  .    We control by direct leaw fracri the Caha������lf������n Cov-amroiaC Om  Hundred and Five (105) miles.of Dredgabk'Gravel oo UvaJkswMitt  River, eighty milefi from Dawson City, w the Kloadtke.   W������ k*v������  tested the gravel thoroughly with Drills, tad the resulai -a-%y'tfsUUf--.-  laUifactory. As a' matter of fact, tke slto of m boldiiM \n������ 'mxWtmi,v.  uvea before the Gold Rush (a 1093, to I>������ rkh S Goid-m I# ������  matter of public record that die Gold it them���������hat to k������at������r]-sa'Mm'  difficult to obtain by any hand method.   And Fifty di^^ttrdkl  not exhaust thin area in a Hundrad yeaw,  ' .-: ; :������������������"*';" ���������'A'  With antoMsitioaMrfer^ the  continued vtoik of devalopmcuit can easily ^ biJ(Kl ra hai������L.  To hurr>- this work of ���������hjvolot������m*mt now, -we ate iaail  , Slock in our Comput-y,   Thwa thousand itoekhoh  them well-known In ihe Canadian amnuy, ait already on.  hnw thousand rdoelduiW-iM, i  i coimUy, ait already oa <  a Dredga costs upwardial  .������������"*.      ������ *���������     ta      a   an.       tit  ury Stock in' our C"ompat*y,  them well-known In the Can  Thh necessity for Capital"      _      _ _  ��������� .���������       ���������,..^  -���������Governor Ogilvle, of the Yukon T������rriu������yi-*4a������oirtaad i*a*j*|>mlM W -;  tho whole Canadian country, at Its hoad, It h comomkally mm4s������i',>  with no salaried officials, w B-^vaid*-^  But tbe whole story Is told Iii our Illustrate fWaehs*. Thi  Coupon wilt brfaj* it to you.' '''Thsj supply U llmtod J^ ttiul aid  mail the Coupon tidsy,       A,--''.A'-. ?AA--'  Cold Drodao/% rro funking ntlltons,  '���������������'���������-. ���������,- '  ���������; ,'*': ".��������� ��������� '���������������������������'"' ��������� "   '        X\    '.'  , '  .���������������-������������������������������������      "���������  -   -   '   :'���������      ---.������������������' *���������������������������       '***���������  Ytikon BatiiTGold Dredging Co^  . E4cU' A..-**'  0. W. Clftwaoft, Trcw.  y  &  ,^"  ,.���������������  049 Somtrwf BuUdlnj*  Winnipeg,  Cana^a  ;..������������������'''   X...MHM.9W* ���������  >."' y.Mt.patUmpr** '  *     paM,yonrterg*  flho Mr* JOookM m Cofa  rw,u>  ,.<*  ..'���������"     Drv&fw litiZ/A full pattern*  ..������������������*'    hrs ty rvturn mall,   Jt j4  undsr:toa i that I Incur MM!i&kn  u*li<ttmrifi making this r*tu*& '.������������������'  Hanui  ������������,*������,*,<M^wi<^m><i������*iiswi������i������i������iwfi*it'm^������**������M  AdJms  ViU,*wl*h**,*^*,fc-^^  i, ���������������*, ������*..;.������������������ tV������W������ %H ������*a ������������������������������ I **���������*'*��������� *#**M**iilitomib*mii*  'i.  . *."  }*<.;   u.h ���������'.���������n


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