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Sfife-. and iBx-s^lcta  HandkvrcUiefs.  j   Malaga Grape*   -25c. per ib.   !  !   Fresh Cane Cod Cranberries .... 20c. per lb.  Icing Sugar        alb. for 25c.  Shelled Almonds and Walnuts 50c. per lb.  Mxd, Citron, Lemon & Orange Peel 25c. "  IHWWj   Molasses         ���������p^YV^   McLaren's Cheese  Assortment of Fme, China.  J   Ladies' Kid Gloves and Gauptiet Gloves   J  I JK.  Silk Embroidery Handkerchiefs and  Silk rascissatois.  *.nd Mufflers  a  ^  >^  Men's Fane? Braces in Cartoon  '{g*rs put up in %25ar specially for Xmas  Men's Felt Slippers  Wethey's Mincemeat    ....  Clover Honey       Sultana Raisins ....  *-    ....  Smyrna Figs         Cooking Figs    ...   .    ...  Fresh Cleaned Currant...  Fancy Seeded Raisins ...  Layer Raisins    ...  suuwiJi Christmas Greeting Handkerchiefs  alb* tin for ace.   8*1 ffv HI .        , 8  *cc nsrlb    RftW  Assonineru of Bauenbusg snd Drawgi Work   |  y  .sib. for 25c   8  160-s., 35c.   j  '. 15c. per lb,   I  sib. for 25c.  islb.    "  2lb. '������  ilb. for 20c.  w^mmm^m  Stamped Afternoon Aprons  Stamped Five o'clock Covers  Stamped Sofa Pillow Tops  Ladies' Pelt (Romeo) Slippers  ������*K^vr5r������ co a jTjTCc   *������> mr%r\V'. ���������vhttstdc  SHOE BAGS  -. ���������,.;..:-?,-!B-.-*f*v^>.BtBJj(  ^    yAAi������^  ^^    - Ay;Ac*g?^^^  '.���������.'-���������:;-^'-'..'v*i!'-":i'i*^fi,aL?'^i  :Av;*yyyys;Sf^s;  ��������� .-���������:-���������-������������������ ������������������.^*''*i*!!"-  ^'j'-v'.v;'"'*;"-*.^^?-*:-.  Ayyiy^yyyg^f  fSAyillliSi  AAj-Ai-Ayifi^V.  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H-y.  .���������'������������������. /^.::;i,';f-K,:.  ;S������y''3'S5'  ��������� ..���������������������������*  A"*!  ^i li^ila Stock in the different departments than ever! jbefbi^.  InACBrbc^tics wc boipt notbfno but 4ibc  "A*-:-y'l>fe-'-^A;,y.yA"'y'-:.A"-'-''A",-r.. ���������' ���������������������������: '��������� tM^yy. .   'AA. A  .y'.X-i.���������'���������.'*'.���������;���������  ��������� ',;.".. v-A'i  ���������!������Vl'  '���������?>',;���������:  ���������yyws,,  Choicest on tbe fEOarhet.  ,y:AC:-ii'^-Av'i':'A;i';'y.y^A::*;,;. -.jr,-;  We have a nice line of Neckties in various shapes and edlora.     Shirts,  Sockn/ Handkerchiefs, Gloves* Stetson Hats* which make very acceptable  ���������XaaWi:;.Oifts;vV:^ ������������������"���������. ''.'.      .v:'.'t'y': :.,.���������?:������������������  LftdieB'Fancy Swiss Embroidered Hsndkerchiefs worth 35c,  : a:1:;;^ ^iV'Sf^^ aa:,a*vv:;  ;^acftinawr-Ay:: '"-������������������" 'aa':  We carry the If; Ba K. and CLARK'S, and our prices are right  Neft^Sial^^ Layeir Raisin-  Shell^ Orange  y A  aiad Cit^  ''    "''-"'A A: ,A.:":,      "A;'v';:*'-*,:-.v,'!'1*'-',lA''A,A-: ��������� X'X'X^^'.:^:'--. r     ''���������'.���������'���������:   AA -,y'  Oi!*aigeB'";and;:*App  -���������BMMDWMaMMWMMMWMMMKMMM  f masllSre-scnts  :������5'<y  ; -1,' >'  Creston Souvenir Cushion. Covers  Fancy Cups and Saucers  Chocolate and Tea Sets in dainty patterns '.\..}:x:xx^i^Z-A!\^xP:A  Fine Drawing Room Lamps in Old English Nickel and Polished   Brass  Pocket Knives and Razors  '���������"'������������������i'.',.*-.-.������,  We are agents for the Famous WALIOOYER Brand, also the SLATER  Shoe   We also carry a full line of Maltese Cross Rubbers,  Ibarbwatre   ..  Don't forget that we carry a full line when you are in need of anything in  this Department.  ���������' -^ mmmm**> i������-iit^*������*������*i>'������**������*>*^**<������M*^a*>*'*������*"*'^'^s^^  We also carj^ a full stock of OOILVIE'S   ROYAt*   HOUSEHOLD  FLOUk, theBEST on>the market:, in a^s, 49s and 98s,;  O  AA-Aavisj  %.������������������$$&  '������������������.AVM  mm  -aaW  :.\.ty  '. 1- ���������������'  A;'A-A>>*  1. .*,��������� ',vy.  aJaa$  '.'���������AyAA  ; AAA?;;  ' :.;���������?.,**/!  'v'Vl v*  '���������:������i-w-i  ���������|<-1*  , t,*,.. ,w ������*^. ,..-   , ^AAy'AAAAyAAAy  ���������> C -'V ���������  A^'y .Aa.   0|,|,y-; ^y;K&^^  A;'!*  THE���������i.QRESXQN".. REVIEWS  A-.fe  J*- ���������*-'-:>.������!,,f, -II/;:  '���������'- '-:" ;,y^  ifeS  ������������������t^.-  ���������3iVr-  ^^^^^^^^^^P  ^";gy^  and primrose or soft-grey with binds of  chinchilla, all lined with black ea-Hh.  ...Another . pf; the season's' fancies in  "cloaks is satin-or crepe de ehine; veiled  in mousseline de spie or chiffon to tone,  or in some coutrastin" oolo'r ^iii'*1'* -^""������s  a-shaded .effect;/'tlieH-yeilirigi.b'ijihg^-laid  smoothly oyer the satin or erppAcle chine  "surface.   "-Xf'-'X;y'y' X:XW:*VAWx.l?Mri$;- '���������''���������  y'X liliriner, theatre and eyeiiing gowua.are  at the '''moment -the subjects; of most,  --artie'st tbpiight and. consideration to  the^iiiajorityAof \^ifeh, -Who, -realizing-  thatAthe -winter ."social season is nigh at  liantl.and that this samVspason bids fair;  to be especially strenuous soeiallV. are  anxious to get tho..,.first.;choice of the  newest models exhibited. There is a  v,-ide diversity; of style to choo.se from  this, autumn in**.the mativ attractive designs*., colorsand  fabrics, and there is a-  '������������������ delightful individuality  yellow, pink and. Abluo a;*e iu great demand^: The silTe^<iry^taiAa*ud pearl eni-y  broideries are ^s^dialljr well adapted'  , to^hese. colors ;^ndjt.o*"t^e; light transpar-  ' ent "textures*-thatt*fes'year-are displayed  in such numbers as to make the choice  most.difficult.^^AIlei.oYerskirt and double  skirt style oanbeVraost easily .carried  out by the ai<l of the trimmings, for  yth������. latter; ar������3; in therhselyes so attractive  that when used to trim the upper skirt  they not only do away with auy hard  Ii*ze$, "but. Ik. so^^-:������������S'*Luati*.i<*-lv subtle  manner blend into the material itself,  aid while emphasizing a change of style  from the long plain skirt, keep its charm  of length, and graeeA  Tlie embroidered tunic suit aud the'  embroidered cuirass, which fit close to  the. figure, -while so constructed as Ato  seem like a loose armor, are both-fashionable. "Tlie" latter* style calls for; an  aaiuost pcxj.ec-v .i'.gurc to bo becomi.'.'sf*  tine feriner can I**- ntilized to .liido defects of nature and can be so dealt- with  as to display any good lines. Queeiy. odd  coloriugs are immenselyjpopulai: in these  embroidered transparent "'"tunics. Slue  or ������erise on black and gray, gold or  silver on black and ���������whit^i blue or mauve,  on pink and blue, were fashionable, but  to be obtained.  sp.''-that women need not all look as  though they were weariiig goWiis that  hadybeen turned out bi the wholesale.  iJla'cfc evening gowns for jtljeatieA diii-  jieriand ball wear, are to be fare more  fashionable tlian last yea iv'Satin, velvetA  hreeychiffon aiid many new iace nets and  thinAmaterial?, as well ...as.; embroidered  crepe de chine., must oti*inciuded*in the  category of popular fabrics foi* the all  black .gown. Awhile jet. silver, gold and  colored silk embroideries arW one ��������� and 611  iked* for trimmings. There are new  waves of black satin, heavier than last  yeaj-ywith more substance and> yet de-'"'  lightfullv supple and most practical both - .  for the draped *oI'i������* a������<M������'w lines: than '-' ^������v90^nation must -be, most carefully  once again the soft satin finish cre*^ de "treaty rurquoise or coral beads, quan-  chine is rftjarded witiyf������h?orAaBd-"it;aisp ^ are very  caii be draped so as to emptiasi-ie to the smart on^ black and white net. the coral  be** possible advantage the most fash- i*������������ ���������*���������?*.*���������$���������������*��������� *������* "gray net being espew-  ionable lines of the modem dress. Both"-*}1 ���������������uy 'fi������cuve, while ^ rhinestoues y are  princess ami two piece models are in ������<������* cleveny utilized wherever and  style, although there are probably nioref'-^Miierer.. possible to give brilliancy or  of" the two pi'ece;go\v������3 being made up at I ������ga^en a; c������o dark effect. A pale gray  the moment; XrntP. aiterl aH. lit Afe ythfc : ***** with, an overdress of net,*, ywith  question of themora:Abe&nira������ A thai: truntmng of -eoral beadsy audyrfuner  solves the problem everv time. -Some stones, is a rnosr charzrung color scheme,  women look better������in. the "one, piece gown provided always that the right shade  that shows"to1 greatery perfection their < ������? gray. :be:--chosen,,yA.-Ayy yyyyAy  long, slender lines; other women look!  far better, with .the .waist cut .separate  from the skirt and with the draped folds  of; material on the- waist drawn down  and, arranged so as to remove any necessity for ii'-belt,-'in'.other words,; to look  as thougliskirt and waist were really all  in "one..    "-.'--,  DOUBLE OR TUNIC SKIRTS.  Surplice folds���������-.oyer the shoulders  are  invariably   becomingly and   ther*esg^sare  many most attrai^iv^Aygbwns. ;.,ni&|f5������R-pA  this  autumn  tliat exhibit" to*|^Siev biestS  possible advantage thisAiashidn^^syt'ae/  gow^i is cf satxE-AA: ;br;" satin   yerep^ld������;  Chine the material lends3itse$sAwonder|i  fully to the d^ign.AiBrp^desi?&ndJtli^  heavier fabrics aire; not so good -for -this*  purpose,  and therefore  Fashion    .ymbst  eleverelv   has   commanded   that 'with  r dounie j;th������n sha&lfe combined lace^Aofthljfw-"  ������. but not ior one moment does tbe lest description, tulle or chiffon. andAfpi*  The. skirts of the newest gowns are  trimmed ior made with tunic or double  skirti.  woman who  knows  how   to dress  well  allow either trimming or-double skirt to  interfere with any lines that will make  Iter look slender.    This nuvv be a time  when  every effort is being exerted ������������������to  bring back'full skirts, but the slim figure and  the  long lines will  for many  in 1 qntJ^-^SC Wn,Qj l?e;chp-pgi^Jhy^he': smart"  estigtiwn'etl woineii, and she who can sn<*r  (���������eaHfuIly combat the newest finis or combine th'ejn with these slender lines will  be the eiivietl of all her ac(piaintttnce*ir  ]Vl03t cleverly js trimming introduced on  tho Hkirts;  the front breadth is drawn  .to;,-on-* side or drnped back to show an  liiKlel'shtit <')f Ifii-tS M embroidery, always  of the most  elahorate  description, nnd  the Siime trimming is repented in the  waist, but half hidden there also under  tliij Htift folds of drapery. ,.*\Vhite Venetian point luce on black-velvet so treated  is  most   regal   in ��������� appearance,  but  the  ������������������rtjutf idvtx >vovkv".l out in j.Qt. oi-.Jct a������<l  silver on n  lilnok satin gown will also  win   Willi   deserved   praise.    To display  itltd tit   tlio". mime   time   concenj would  HtHun tt> lie one of fashion's nnim desires  tliiH itutuiuu, anil just the glimpse that  i-*. given of rare lace or costly embroidery is almost more effective than where  there  is  a  more  flagrant and ostentatious display afforded.  Almost too artistic, almost too startling are many of the new models far  evening gowns that ��������� nre 'exhibited to  the seekers for the autumn and winter  stylos. Draped so tightly that locomotion wonld be practically impossible is  oho of the new models. The material,  einbroideml crepe de Chine of the most  exquisite texture, forms the upper part  of;tho gown, which is draped over a satin robe, tho satin of the finest, softest  description. Tii the original' model the  effect of this tightly draped gown is  far too extreme, too theatrical for ordinary nse, but any woman with the  slightest knowledge of dress can easily  remedy the defects or rather modify the  extreme to a most fascinating and .becoming possibility'and give that touch  of originality and individuality thnt will  make it one of the most popular of the  season'������ fashion*.  Extremely delicate in coloring and  general effect ai-i many of the uewcat  model'-. White has returned to favor  once again, while pttle shades of gray,  A:New Jewelry,    -y  A Filigree fsyliked. A   A A   A     .A  yEarringsfjjiire lengthy.     A.  APieroed \������c>rk is in'-f^yo^tA";%!::''';y,i:-''  tClirysppiiase is much,'used.:,A|*A-''-'ft  yperidot i^ noted iii chivr^iln'g selvfinos..  -.   Old settings  aroAa  feature jpf vnrnch  attractive"-jewelry.;y    -A-;,ArXAXyyA '  An   enamelled  ''snake:'''ring,'./shows    a  splendid cinerald in the head.   .  ':H-**The--A^r^  gotKl, providing they are beautiful and  bocomingy:y-*yyy<:i**^'������^  - ^welry|i^M-^||.*5|j*3flfl^.^^  less it harmonic witfr^^  is suitable towthcf,oc������asib'rift--Aw^-:'-A''  ' ���������      y SCKOOI, HATS.  .whabaver it'''is'&li-cy dpX.io msiike^ tli'&o  things : water aiid- rainproof,, and fchoiigh  the exterior" looks like satin the interior  is like ourApld-time gossamers.  Made in rcgulsir cape fashion", there are  two ���������i>q%iii-gsyfOT^ arms  and at thoyback is the;dearest little hood j  --it is ylinetV,;'wlth" plaidAsiilk^ aAbright ait- |  tunmy^sprt,;;pfj.plaJjl-';t^iat'Huikes one fe-el  better'to*'"]'6^1sy^0^P^^'.'W-^''X'-'' A; '-';-:  A wee git*l will Ibye to stick her littly  (Mirly head into that hood ;A  Tliey'rt* not exjieiisjye, oithijr, atid sen-"  sihlo mothers Awtll apbrovesof tliyin for  Uie-ir>,cp^p**i;a*ble -cut^p*i*AK*i;tle bodies.  ||A Qiiaint Hat fo-rfSirnall Boys.  -   It has ft':^ot^Auft:iii^ buSibiiat will not  iiiterestyfclie bfi^'s t^'othei-y:l^f go much  as the little hat itself. A, r  Of soft felt, itis made in usual imv-  fiiwiii-M-���������-tliat i-ouyd,y^wi'.t,brimAKtli-iited  crown style" wliielv'livej'jr^-*\<'olittc*r khbwsJ  and which pyery bo������ likes because it ii?  ,.stii,"<^fy^:oiiSiliis 'Siiivitll''lfea|l-:ai|d wili  stnriidg-ijiii^fftirnmia*^  Then? thijre isy riAeiveOiry "ScStiiiiA lvitnl  Urouiid thu AcrQwn-r-iV'igrfyA.tartsniAplaii!  that brightens it up wonderfully.A And  then���������\vlutt; do you think? A" feather  .stuck in thty;;sidt;Jn Yes, a reu.l feather,  softyaiwiy&iyry A������iud "fuzzy." So. it  doesn't look silly and effeininnto, hut  just ui- jqlly:.ivs,?������n b?, tuid ^la^teryMan;  '���������jnnkiiv will^be-'StiroAtct liko it..<      '���������'.  It will hit just the thing for I'ehool  ilays.' A  v  .?������jf?v't  Handsome   Shapes   Stnfpiy   1jr:n-.Wicd,  Noted in Best Models.  ���������The handsomestSseii^.^-^  Cfirls  arp   of   the   eaval'ter and   crushed  Henry  II.   shapes,  and   ail    nre     most  simply trimmed.    A big bow of velvet  or  ribbon or some large fiuu-y  rosette.  with perha**.s a 'qni.U .stuck through or  behind it. or a scarf with fringed ends  wound  aboutT the. crown ioul   arranged  with drooping ends   at  the  left  sidt*���������  usually is  the extent of tin*  f rimiutng.  Many ;of  theA.larger  girls'  hats have  contrasting l*rinis,yas:lutve tlte felt-hats  r^rAwcmien, ssays Harper's  J'azar.  Tlain  yT^lj.fiindiAliairy'A seen.  llats/wlth  w-ide  and   rather st) ft bri       .        ......      ���������   are sometimes tied -under..'.the chin A with J ing i.io/eiheht"  .-r' ' yv "A^  ribbon  stvingf.  the   brims    under    they   'AMany very elegant dav dre&*������-  Skirt Lengths.  They arc very"senaibleA.y A  Som  an* very short. '���������'[   .  Wulkitig ieugtihs .vary im'ncli.*'  :.-��������� "\JatroiH, have tlieirs nearly..-.touehinff.  'Hie'- Aothei* "walking   estvenie is fotir  iiu*lies off the ground. A ,',-.   |  ���������'������������������'lf'ive inoliCis of f the ground;is really top  short for mature women. "AyA  _ However,   a   spnsil)ldA.\valkihgy^^  ry. wai^,-  -IUM MMMBM'M:M':MMMxA^  :;:^ sw-jgi >AK;m-i^&&xM$&, A.jfe my&������xXi; ft!4ii Xttxm Ts& ^ymwt ;-"  Most peoplf fdready use~and,always wili;use^\t(liiasor  Sal t.    They kiiow���������-f rom years of experience-^tbat Windsor.  Salt won't get damp.or lumpy.     'JChereyis.never even a  susmci<M^f|rittines3^ofit iti    A/:A y;l4A#||%:-A ,. Aa'JA: .a  Its clean  taste���������^.its  crystal' purity  and   recognized.  A econ^^^l^ y\X^fi^ ewery  home where it is used. I  ���������������������������r  :; - ; re-?'*  Don*^pay faticy pricefs for any'im^rt^a^Salt^w  Windsor Sjx1<; c6sts so little; and is so high in quality.  *m  a^es for car-  the moment the tulle is the most r-^n--demand On account of its bfeing* thi?','iaiqire::  ;bedpming^:aBaterial' so yneatA^th^f fabeiA  "-'���������   ������������������,-!."    "-���������'--   ��������� :;,;" :*v'r'A'"' :"     ":-'    '''    ;*'"''   *''���������"*���������'������������������ y-*"*'**i ?l$if "fliA. .  Cut of the New Evening ClorfcsipA  ISTewAeTeiiing   0100:^3 and   wrapsyi||,e.  all  on burnos  or kiniono 'lines.' ^Variation,  of  coiirse, is giveri vin the  trimmings, butn the     lines   ailr sugg|sty t&e  kimono or burnous.    In coloring-!, tlffiy  contrast   with   the  dress   worn   underneath, but-''i'.the.'r'linin'g&-''S^  shade "as  the dress, and very often  of  ittaiyMnrt ^material. X y y :������ X ftjftr^&i  7"'ror'in^t-a'ilC'a.''ii soft ''''^cn\M&iivi'^enil  ing gown embroidered in   gold'   has ah'  evening wrap, or cloak in  black satin,  cltarmcuso, lined  with  the  green  satin  of  the dress, and touches  pf the, gold  embroidery appear on the cloak yonfthe  shoulders,, collfir nipj down the fronts.*...  Cloak Trimmings.  The trimmings are a coinpleteA*.l>ft,,riIo  to what they used to be. The fii)p;'col.lar  not so long ago was the rccogiiized. trhn-,  ming of the evening dbak,' liut'nb.w-'1'  adays embroidery takes its place, nnd  when ^tir is used it borders the hem.  Krmine is the one excuption, Tlie jfur.,  of kings���������and queens���������blends so charmingly witli loco that ermine collar's ifvnd  stole efi'ectH softened with fine bid liU;e,'  are still retained on innny of the IJcwpafc"'.  evening wraps. ^  The eiiihroiderios that have taken the,,  place of furs to a large extent are very  lmmlroine confections of jet or metallic  Hi read, with beautiful clasps ensuite.  I THE^Qf ES^ OS! THE^^OLES., A  A,- A^^^A^^By^'ianl^er^11 " -'^'*���������.'?  From the  time of Kyjng Alfr������<i, Awlio  has left on A recSi^ti^^eeihbtAof^si^  Arctic; expedition made by one of the oM  vildngs, ypolarf ^plpratioiiyl.^  a great attraction"'to'- mariyai "brave arid  adyenturpjis,spirit.   But although. ,wi1;h  -a ifewA||^itabl*3ivexcepticms, allyofAv these  undaunted* explbrersAliave been 'British.'"  yety it  has  "been  reserved    to  a brave  American tp gain the crbwiiin^yyict-iry.y;  and to stand unon the very axis of th������  earth;  upon the., spot .wJiere, if he  remained stationary for/twenty-four hours y  he WPnldyreVplv^y;cpniplet^jterouniliyW*'  spptf^hereitlierelis %h ^st^an^yno *wf sj^  for in "whatever direction',- except; zenith-*  ward, he may look, it must be towards:  'ttetsaiitiiXAxxAXS^  ButAwhat a dreary, joyless and dismal  region  is   this A melancholfeA waste   Abf  wildfir-":  in;y summer App?  summer -AwithPut*  iithey eye;  ho sohgs^sSpf^jJtlici whodA %ai  |earpl. fbrthA their love As6rig^3ANauaht!  -hut:- a :lifei������ss;^ie������D^u^!yy^^ ---���������������������������-���������  "'liess; ;in'"ywinter-?nb -"'~--*������������������-*���������"-'--���������-'-"������������������-���������*��������� '*'  nigljt;A X thoiigh -.'"������  warmth,'a sariAwithou^  :]e^l-y^lidy^iitd^*pi^^ and^ab^'yaridl  utterlyAbenimibA and'Apriiraly^eAi AfA'5  -2  ABufc aithnughAisn^unli^  mal, yet 1-faturpyh  Ariensaiioii ?fot th&ilirin>A-aHKenee* TtfX.i.htik  'siwvand-' fo^iie.y;i^fSl:*1*^l^  adornments Aand Anil   Athe*AA-wctiirasque  l"-3.":-.  ish handfcy  favorell'  loyeline|s, yj-hich, -with such la?  ���������^h**'  ha&.Jbeltoiv^d Inf&M-inbre  parts of. this beautiful earth. | For thote'  ���������^onptonous;; erjiMess, nights, month afterA  month;'mon'tli"-'after month, -of '.*���������"drearjf ���������'  darkness, are, from time to time favored  * witli'- aygoi'^pus*-page1jtiht of *many-hiK<l:y  splendor; the" dome of the;v teayensA  .archflitj^over ywithan overhanging piliarcd  ��������� eapppy? of|*ipyer'���������'^ra.rfyjng^ color v    every  column throbbin^andAqiiivering,; now inrA  ehangiiig  ires of flashing emerald, r,6*^-  to as-nre; now with a rapid ifpasm -pnl- A  sating into a lovely amethyst, or intb-  a fiery vermilion;  until  at length ytlte,  AjSnd. .fud^ng^*frbm'''tlie'' to refer  ;en<*esin holy-writ.to the material glories  of ���������heavenv*-the. flashing, ^splendors of,  those    celestial    realms    may   perhaps,:  ,'.'.tlj.Qi.!C^  nlendent  scale,  include  displayst of  re-  fulgeptylustitey^pf somewhat^similar char->.:  -"acterif;BufeyEfe|tha^;^^it?*may| we' knowA:  i' tha* -ItH^^^yyiin^and'l pr|tHe'|i#eemedAis^A  ��������� a^realtii; Sof f^pi^'**l!nchAnli%th4 iy&indAbfA  ytrtaiiSis^'^t^riyjt^abieAtpAean^ive^ aj^d- y  aiiAarpiyleg^^^  ^^^A-^l^np^Athe^  i;^yioiu*;������b^I*w>^rld^^ho'"b^  ABSttis-f i^ th^^ailris������6f ���������yust*iceApiri^bWair.--^  -PfyRHA^h^A^Ppii^teAH  ;life/ aiid A; who Alay> their sins' upon; Him.  .yy--- ������������������'������������������ '*yy- -.. ���������* ������������������������->.������ .', .... yy -A' --..y-  j^A^VTf honest  inan  is the  niblsatAwoi-k  pf^Obd, but A not tilKhe.hnsAbeen tried"  :'tiii?;fyXi:xXy������������������::;.: x ''XA-x: XXy^X:': Ax^y XX  . j -: ���������Xxx^:xm!������0!^  ���������'..-" /" 'i. **!:-y       -,. ���������'''"������������������.--'^St ^f.S'-   - -''���������"���������'��������� ���������:i'j>-'-  ,_-...,^-.      ... ."S3-  Ja  *'^   TKE;;^(^F!.AbFffHE  SEASON."'"^''    ' yy   .  .   Long scarfs of net, ,lnce, satin,'or  even   thin  velvet,    trimmed    with/  "lehgthwiso   bands   of"'miirabout   feathers,  or lines  of  thin    fur,  are' the''  fashionable  shoulder nnd  neck  decorations of the season.  Moire  or  velvet  hats   simply   triri.imed   or   draped   are. popular    Ior,  early winter wear.       ,-, A .. ';iy;Auy-;   X?*.^yy   A  TOO MUCH SAI/C.  XX-".    A  If too nnifh stilt has boon added to  any dish, it littlo sugar and a suspicion  of vinegar will often rectify .the mistake.  Fur-Bordorod Cloaks.  ���������\::.  V'eVy pleturestpie are tho evening  clonks hi lilntrk satin, with colored linings tiiid .MnUroldorlos-, with bordevfl of  mink tiivl cnble, nnd there arc similar  cloaks in euliir, siii'h an enrnl pink, with  heniH of ������pos������uni, green with blnck, fox,  t^gYWWlS  PMUSK  i  Pou't me ns much "Ulnrl; Kulglit" n������ you  hive lueti ������Hiiig of other atovt: jiolislies.  Vou don't need nsinucli, io liriiijf 11 lirilllant,  !','.iUerii:g,   Innitn*   polish   t<������   tlu-   iron-war!;.  A little of "Itlack Kiik-Iil" (*oeii :i long w������y.  And y/itt t-fl n bi'-'t-rlm*' *.f "IlltcL Iviilglil"  than of any oihi-r ������tti\o poliv.Ii that i.clla for toe;  If, I ������r itny f-nHoit, ></u ������..������1������ * tc*t "'USatl-  K it it-gin" l.li������v'r I' ...ill nl  y.iii- <t't������!t-i'������,  Ariiit km.', f.if it \ur',;r. enn ->'it.l|,nl.l.  I  -tie r*r. ������aw������y1s������, umitcd,  at  ���������      ���������������  HAMILTON, OM,  feiidlon framing "tlio  fac't'tliko a scoop  bonnet. .,     .   ,      , i ���������  The ribbon-*-, in nil such .instances are  wide and soft, either    tho Loulsiiic of"  IJborty' rilibou bi'lrtg' ehosMi. ������������������������������������������������������������ < ��������� ���������  New  iNlisckti.   , ���������  They continue low.    '            '' "   i  yStocks are not ncciissnry. <  .House dresses nre. all low. \  Low ���������'���������docs not niean very low. ���������  Tjow may simply mean atockless.       '<  There nro, of    course,    high*hooked;  evening dresses, .'���������-.���������', i!V      f  For fine drosses the neck lurniigoinont  :l������'vtr������nsprti-ent. "' i' i  Thoro nro degrees of transparency, a  layer of eli If fou supploniontlng net.    'j;'  ; 3\r������iiy  simple  littlo dresses nro  finv  lilfihwl with two    or Athiroo    becoming  glilmpes, .,..,.. r  rlago and fine woa-r. just touch u!'l .tlio  way around. '"  Stmie of tho bwt. French dressimiki'V.**  are making (liMi<*i|.it������>di*6.it������'ft������W''juist'tr) t;bUt������h  .ail, Uicway.nupund.; ,v,, ���������....,-.., ,..���������.,.,; .,,.���������'���������..,-..��������� .  , Evening dress of the fine-it sort, in  length, ranges h-itweeh this round/length  iuul more or loss lengthy trains.  FIND  THE  WAIST  LINE.  * 'T,  ���������   ���������M^W**"*' *���������������SIMW*"****'' ***���������������*���������  iW^lllll^WM^Ill^^^ ���������!   i  ��������� ������wr^. *������n- 'dXitii, r*������������*  ,v Don't Cry.  ���������ffW* Clinry of tears," "A1 iAAy' ''   ������������������ , XX  '������������������lion'fc cry nt anything.   ... A A,,,  Emotions i-houUl he controlled.  AvVny   nervous ��������� eontlition   slioiihl litY''  cliecked.          ���������',-'  '         ','"'> *' xr )��������� x-  "Solf-jilty of the morbid'aoi'fr mimt'!lMri  dI*vC'oun,tK,'<I.  To cbii.sl'uiJ.y give way to floods of  tears Is both weakening and foolish.  ^ut tlir* average  feminine, grown-up  liMMffpIng Is *ltliei* ������. mutter of luihlt ,6t*;  tlm .rosulfc of ������, condition that should ,'bo  Improved,  ..���������������������������rXf.-a great agony nmyilxj relieved by  ienrm, Kuld tears nre tt g-ulseiitl.  NEwlfiTNas,'  A New Cano for Cilrla.  Slit* won't want to ������iy,���������"It-iln, ruin, jn  ftwny; noini** agjiin Honie otliei' day,", if  M10 bus tin'* of tliOM'l If Mb-* Is like tht������  ikvamxu itwall feinlitiiie, hIk* will want to  Dto out, got hi tuiddlwanntu'vel In ditiiip,  ii*"*** it *'Up iiiih ������i i-'ii'i-'T iiUii! iu.iii(������it������i*  ' "���������..';,';. V;..'-.',' v."  iPlein' fbir Standardizing That Feature  of the Female Figure.  "It; Homns 11 groat pity that we cannot  eoiiii,' to Homo, tlcflhlto eoncIiiHloii" as to  ,'tl.ui' Hliapo of the ' fouialii form divine.  Tliat fiislilon miiMt lw allowed lier way  to 11 considerable extent all will no-  knowledge but iiieii," my* the T-iii1,v'm  Plu'torinl. "jSfen rosent violent nltont*  tloys In the contouiH iiud sllho"ottes of  their sisterH and cousins, and 'dearer  oi.i'h yet tliun nil others.'  ���������;Tlioy do not like, for example, to find  jjn it fry ��������� hlilrctl in'altlohs. smldenly; Utooni'Q;  flloek. M'lioy very uuteli iofient, n< siitldoli  altcvaUon in'the waist Hm*} It dlscon-  e-;i'tM them to discover market niintoiiil-  onl ohiuigcm In theliywohieuHIndl ������������<l M  lute wo have wliOwn ivloiulenoy. to nltor  our flgtni'H at leant oiu'i* every sertsoii.  ���������"���������'TMa Is ili-chU'i.ly hnvll-!rrln>. Pnrt-ly  tliovo ought; to bo a stntuto of limitation ns to tho position of our waist. A  dating mim who wont to Tiullrf. fotir*  yoiirn ago wpuld Im* dlstlntttly puralfld on  retuiiilng at this presont as to how ho  hIiimiM witUu with n,|nii*tat'i'. It *ibuiid*i  nl until rig, dottH It not? .;,    :  "Hut i|oiiHUIt tlKj.fnsliion platris ntul  you will hoo Ui.it wuIhIh are elllior up  veiy high or down very low, Why A tint  mil'-' nnd foi* nil koep to the old land*  iimiUrt nnd mako MmoV In Moilo design  lu������r fnslilons tlccor-Jlhiuly? Tt would l>o  ���������pdte easy If wo iiirtdo this hard nud fitM*.  rule about waists, and it would ������avo a  lot of mlniintliirstajulliig."  cauvi  Thoy um trnd* at m/Un, rubhorlwd oy  pg$$4i^  Kpme ocoplo. nuvor Imve n, mIiow h  u������'������tt u.c>*; axi alviftyt w-iiuug fci" tx>  tl, n?iow   ?ifi  "Dp yomlchow ^f any woman who ever rieceiv^d aivfl  - b&efifr from taking li^ia EiiPmkham,*} Vegetable^ Gom|  pound?"    ( ��������� \ ,y,'""-;  .      ' -Ax ' |  If any wom&iiL wiio! ^  tx>hqr ������ex willask HerneightjorslrKiy qufetid^^Sl������m b|  suiprised at the resi.lt \i Therejs Hharqly-,a^community ii  this country wher6^6men c^-rjilpt be|p^nt|v^^ have bee|  restored  to health  by  this famou-fiiold^  exclusively from a simple formula of wts aind^erbs. :..���������'������������������������������������%  ''���������*���������' ,���������,   ���������������������������-.������������������-'  -.-.-,/.,' .������������������������������������,.",.���������..-.  ;���������      ���������'���������'': i*f',;*v   A   '���������'���������,/''.���������'.���������     ^������������������y'X">^..   I''       , .~'|. '..j\  Puring -tlie past/36. years we have published a thpus^n^$.  of letten  by Lydi  in all that time have we publii  '   the writer's special pennissipn. ^.^eyei-.haye/Avc knowingly  fublished a testimonial that was not truthful and genuine,  lereiisohe just'received,a few^afefago. If anyone doubts  1  that this is a tikue and^dnestvsf aiiement *,of a .wojnan's expeH- '  ������������������   ence with Lydia EJ Pinkham's Vegetable Compound write  '('*Q$&ask her. '������������������..'.''"���������;.���������; ;A ../..'"fix' :  Cn-nlftoii, Out.--"I liart boon a great 8������fferot for ftvo y<aal������t-.  ��������� "^Oiio docUiK tal������lAno.lt.^va8.o^������-^...������f..Mio.;uto������������������Si ftndanotlicr  .    tol4 mo It was a fibroid tumor. No ono knows' Wliat X auffor������d.  , ,., X wonhl alwayn !io worwo at certain poriodH, an4 novor was rflff**  ;^^ul������J|tfjwiatliebcarinfir-a������*i#^(Wftliitfworotemi^������  Iw^vowllil ���������  y.^t������',l)ca liart *������io>i6cto^ ''  t.V, w������fi$ m<\ tbat I miffbt$W#fal������irtno op������t >n* Iwt^miM my ���������  .''^Si������evii1ioiit lt'ah������AlK������m������oa nio;** A*&^a*fc^^  A to%md U tlto bo������t anoaMWo In .-i!i# woWcl -r0^eHil(ilo trouWos, {or  itl������a������oturoilnto, anrtXilidnotliavoto hav������ the oputatlonartor  ,." ,AJI������   iTtte Com*������owna';;alao'1.l>cIp<?'rt.:jne.A,^^i������j' l>������-*^nC'i*,*ro.,*,Kh  :;. Chutiffo vtut*." ��������� Weft, fcetitta'������.l**t|r, ^afilltews'^W������*^' ���������. iii;  Any woman who"l-a- sick-and'.'"siifelh^''i������ f6olSfihr surely  not to give such a medicine as this a tri������ll# Why should; it  not do her aamucii gooa as $.*������<*. *%**;������*������&?*    _: a   ...  'fct  ������-,.j  11 .���������-.'���������������������������.���������'I'.Jyrt.^.,.:?.*^  r  rJ*    ���������*  LTHJS   CliESTOK   REVIEW.  . ���������-������������-.-  Hi  JIL  II  I  >N  r^,  |v5fMT  ill H,*m/"^r-������Sa-������B h  ��������� but vS-aS^-a  . ,     , ������ IN24HOUB"  ioa can painlessly remove* any corn, eld *  lard, 80ft or blepding, Ly applying Putnam*:  *0o:n EsiracOur. it never Bums, leaves no ���������������������������������������  contains no acvias; Is harmless because compost---  anly of healing sums and balms. Fifty years In  use, Cure guaranteed. Sold ov sill aniKftslh  ids. bottles. _~ Refuse substitutes:  PUTNAM'S   PAINLESS  OOBN EXTRACTOR  s������������  \  \  m  I  I  I  in  i   na  , The clothes that had been taken from  him were placed on a chair, and the doctor examined" the contents of'the pockets. There was n,gold wtvtch and chain,  ������ purso v/cit-fiHed-wirft gold, a pocket-  book containing lettertr*s,and bank-notes,  st card-ease, ai.U u,iioi.tier  [ucnvi    * ivi-  i fcers. The doctor looked' carefully at  thom, and then came to me.     s  "Our patient is a gentleman of high  standing, Mrs. Neville.   He is Lord Clive  Wynton."   ,  "Lord ^Clive  IVynton!"   I   repeated j  j "then the lady js'. Lady Wynton."  "Xes-   here is > the- address   in "full:  ���������Lord Wynton, Lyndmere Park.'    Here  * to also a ticket for Paris. He must have  b������������n travelling thither when he met with  this unfortunate mishap. Mrs. NevUle,  [ should' like to send for  another doc-  ,   tor."  "I am quite sure that you may consider .yourself master of the house for  the time,"Doctor Fletcher; send as you  will���������do as you will. Mary, the under  bouECdfiid. seems ouiek and active; let  her take?,your "message."  Presently I-went back to Miss. Vane.  She had*'left her room, and was in the  drawing room, where a cup'of tea awaited txhsXX ?L could not rest," she Baid.  "The fraght really made me ill, as you  caw; but I could not sleep���������I could not  keep my eyes closed.   How are our pa-  4.*-3���������4..-,f������  "The,lady seems .to have had a wonderful escape. The gezuiemsu-. is, I fear-  in some-ydanger."  ���������   " v" " _  "I hope they have everything needful. You will tell Lewis to attend to  that,  Mrs. Neville."  "Yes," I said. "I do not think the  lady will be long an ipvalid."  "But' there is fear for her husband.  You said they were husband and wife,  did you.not, Airs. Neville?"  "Yes���������the servant���������the valet���������was  with a ^cruel and , sudden death, on a  lady's maid." .She sat quite silent for  a few 'jjninutes, the cup of fragrant tea  standing befora her, her beautiful, restless face turned from me.  "It seems ~a terrible thing to meet  with a ereul and sudde ndeath, on a  bright day like this," said she, presently,  "ph, Mrs." Neville! I wish that I could  forget the scene! Who are the people  that '*\ve were fortunate enough, to  help??  "We have been trying to find out. The  doctor examined the gentleman's letters'  and papers.' He is"Lord * Olive Wynton,  and the ladr is his wife."  'Never while I live shall I forget the  awful, ghastly change that came over  her face, lighting "up its pallor only to  deaden it again. The white lips sprung  apart,- tlie dark eyes had. a wild, despairing" look. T^vice.iT.Baw her try to'  speak; but "alUT sound' died away in a  gasping sigh; and then she came over  to ������ie, and, her "fingers clutched my arm  as though it were* held in an ion grasp.  "Say that again!" she hissed,    *;_  "Lord Olive Wynton," I repeated,  wonderingly, and half alarmed. She raised ner *ia������eA "tm-l >I> heard her ,gres.n.:  "Merciful-heaven-" -_   ~  ��������� She turned from *me to the > window,  and .'a "laugh', as'strange and unnatural  as  c\fit  came,from  human lips,   burst  I replied.   Hi  01  'Heaven is very  I  from, her. "I have gone mad!" she cried,  in sv,hoarse voice/ "Lewis'said'X should  bro*$i over my sorrows^ until they drove  -me -fnad^yf-.I am/mad',"- . / *. y -> ^  She tr<3������bl$d so,**yiolently- that it .teas  a wonder'to me she could stand. Idtried  to soothe her,-. "My doar Miss Vane, do  hot*jgive way*bo such terrible fancies." lt  is not uiaihiOBS. ���������You'arc only, shocked  and stdrtlcd." , ' '  The beautiful'face and restless eyes  tunxed. to ,tlic .window again.  j "Am - "I" dreaming, or what? Lord  Wynton rherc-i-brought hero to die! 1  'cannot .believe ,it," she gasped. "There  /ire") strange ��������� turns in life, I know���������fortune plays us wild tricks���������fato has un*  -expected- thiiigB in store, but this can-  ilot?,bo���������that Lord Wynton, ib bi ought to  ���������Jny|lionio..t^'dioi" :r ^y'te ���������'������������������ '��������� ' A  ,'���������' "4t .l*B'itSii'ci~-it,> is AnoithorAydreniai .nor  tfancy, but truth,''; Ay:'.'yyyy-'.'.yyA'' A-  ��������� '(can yoii -tbllviiiie^^ehoAaokod^r-'Hs it  a cttra0*for i^blesaingi ��������� That, man is my  moirtaUfoe^-my;.. groptos'bipnoniy,, A Thoro;  ���������js po curse that I Jiave: nVt-.lioapti.dr.up*.  ionShie head;.for his; sake I hate my  liind.jthft Avholo human race, v Ib ,,ho  A brduimt5lilftroi:tliat'.;I: inay soo jmyJcnrso  , iUKilTod, or that I may do what angels  ���������''do|ri3ll^v'ii*riaA<otgivo?,'! '���������'' ���������  ' Sho' burled'horface in lior hands,'and  for tho first '.timo I hoard lior weeping  liko a cli.lu.A The tears, would, bonofif  hoV, I thought. I, nuirlo no effort .to  cliock thom,. Groat sobs ; .shook Hor  frame. I halted until It sobmed * to mo  tliiit alio wua exhausted, nnd then A  bcht ovor and kissed lior, I shall novor  forget tho (noo,sho raised to mine.  a\lv'^^m% H-y.'yy.'Av y  "I' fotiV- no j tno dootor1 doon not givo  much liopo,'!-1 iroplUKl, vSho .Idokod at,  in*^wltlntplondlng/.-oyoew-s:i,i^8uppo������o .th-at  anyone Injurotl you���������mortally injured  you, blighted your llfo, killed tlio heart  although your body A lived  '" * r or  you  your oiiMo fulflllod?" '''  * you, iiiiHiiwu ,y*-iui iho, mii������������ ������i'������ '���������������  within you. although your body ��������� 11^  0%-anil you cursed thom* if dangor  ^i&dly^pMWwo to,rthom, nbonltl j  tlrthk^l^W youi  " mmiii0mmmm0mimmm0m*mmmim  "Hardly,5  merciful." ,  "A great sorrow came - to mc," sho  said, dreamily���������"greater than falls to  the lot of-most people. I knew'-.vhsa it  came, that there were two ways of meeting it. One was to bow my head in  lowly submission, to pity, to pardon;  the other was to curse the hand that  had snapped in twain the very chord of  my life, to harden my heart against my  kind, to revenge myself ior the wrong  done to me.   T chose the last."  "It was the wrong one," I said, gently; "but it is never too late to repair  an error." /  "My imortal fee," she'continued, speaking rather to herself than to me,  "brought here under my roof! Js it a  curse, or a blessing*!"  I whispered to her somo sacred words  ���������sweet, gracious words of pity, pardon  and infinite compassion. Whaa she raised her face again it was so changed I  hardly knew it, being softened into inexpressible   loveliness.  "I should like to forgive him," she  said. "It was very cruel, very selfish,  very wicked; but, if be-is going to die,  I should like to forgive liim, and then,  -when he is dead, I can think of him, as  I used to think���������foTget his sin and tny  suffering. <I wish I co\ild forgive" him!"  "Do; make the effort. Come and see  hi:n; no resentment, however just, can  , jive an his -presence now."  She shrunk back from mfe. "I cannot  see him. He must not see me���������be must  not know. Ah, I forgot! You do not  understand."  She drew back with a shary inflection  of pain in her voice, so sharp, so keen,  so bitter, that I realized for one half-  minute what she must be enduring. She  stood for a few moments repressing the  emotion that almost overpowered her,  and then she said:  "I must see him, Mrs. Neville, think  for me, will you? I must see him, but  he must not see me. I have sworn���������  listen, Mrs. Neville���������that I would never  look upon his face again. But, if he is  going to die, it would not be wrong of  me to break that vow. I must see him  without his knowing me," she said, "I  could not bear it otherwise."  "���������" "But he is sure to know if he learns  that he owes shelter and * kindness to  Miss Vane." I said.  . The saddest smile that ever played on  a human face come over hers. "He will-  not know the name," she explained; '*'I  wafe not Miss Vane when he knew me."  That was the - first intimation I received that my mysterious tenant had  assumed a false name. Just then Lewis  came in, her face grave .and anxious.  "Mrs.. N������ville^'r.^ie^sa������l, "Dr. Fletcher  would like io see you."  Promising to join him at once, I turned to Mies Vane, and whispered to her:  "An "ide-a. has ��������� just occurred to me, "Vou  would like to. see Lord Wynton without  being recognized? Well, dress 1 yourself  in your maid's attire. She-wears a front  of false .curls; borrow it, and that will  disguise you;, put on" her glasses, too,  and her neckerchief���������no orts will know  you then."  "That is the very thing," she said,  gratefully. "I ywill do:it at once, for I  must BC������rhhn."-       M      .- ��������� . *-  - And then Ir went upstairs with Lewis,  who was almost as'confused and embar-,  .raege.d'.a*~i her mistress. . "Of all the' wonderful thongs to happen!" she said,  wringing her hands. "It is" stranger tluin  a romance, Mrs. Neville. "Jf you only  knew!"      , ,  "Lewis," I said, "Misa Vane wishes to  sec our patient."  ' Her face grew pale, and her eyes ap-  ened wide. "Miss Vano wishes to see  Lord Wynton?", she repeated. , "It ib  impossible!" l  - "It is true; she desires to see lilin,  but she docs not wish him''to recognise  her. I have suggested that she should  drcBs herself in somo of your clothes.  Will you help her?1!. > A ;  ���������A "Ah, my poor lady, that I will. My  ���������:pbbr.'n������-stressi',''ThiB;'::,will'; kill her���������my  .popr-lady.''-/. -. -';���������'-,,-A Ay'.  y So, moaning ond lamenting, tlir* falth-  ���������iulAold oeryantr:;.liurriod' to hor lady's  dressing-room, and I ,wont to tins doctor. A; ''ihero,. is bolter Anowa,'' Mra. Nov-  lllo,"���������-.' anid'tlic doctor, "I.can boo an improvement. ..I\want> you to attend to  thc*to iced clotha, and sob:that'tliey aro  applied regularly-. > I muBt go homer-1  \vant Bovoral*; thlhgn wTilcli no ono but  ���������myself can- find,?A:,y,. y.yA.,y:,    .','.. i .,,   '-'���������.'"I will .romata-until you return, Dr,  Flotelier," I:promised, thinking that his  abKonco would givo Mine Vano a fair  elintico of UMlng tho Invalid.'A Ho .-wont,  Somo, twenty, minuttts afterward I hoard  it" Bound outBldo tho door. ' I oponod yit  hnfitllv, and tlicro: stood MIbs Vano, .so  Bkllfully dlBgnitiod that nt flrnt Bight I  tiarAy- rocognlsicd. lior. Hor HpB wore  y-lilto aiid trqjiibllng, and hor cyca ap*  pealed pltcoufily to mo.  .^ov-,j*m'ui������tvb'o'bravo,'!--JboW-   "Tfyou  break .down tlio'   ooriBcquonopft mnj bo  -flcfloUB."': AA--' -..:,A. ;'���������,:.������������������...'  v; "I novor, broalc ^lowh," Was tho hnngli*  t,y roply. and llien bIio stepped Into tho  f room,   Rho bail well dingnlBod tho lovo*  'llhcw of hor fnoo, but alio could not,H\?���������  guise the imperial beauty of her stately  figure. As she went up *to -Ivord Wyn-  ton's bedside. s1*.e seemed to grope with  her hands as one suddeidy blinded, and  tbei: sunk on her knees by his side, antl  buried * her face in her hands.  After 'she had knelt there some time"*,  she raised her head slowly as she looked at the white face and closed eyes, ,a  great, gasping sob coming from her iips.  The sound must have reached him, for  he moved uneasily.  "You will be very careful?" I whispered.  "Yes," she replied; and then she forgot nay presence���������she was alone with  heaven, .and with him. *  Oh, th'e gentleness of her touch rj> she  drew back the clustre of hair from his  head, her eyes riveted on him; tears  raining down her face. It seemed to ine  that he must have known something of  what was passing, he grew so calm and  quiet under her gentle, caresssing touch.  So she knelt for nearly an hour. "One  thing struck me.* Though she  was        bending      over him, her  face close       to       his,       her       Up3  e.ik  you  to  consider me as her -substitute."  "Surely Miss Yane will not refuse to  (.re me if I desire it?" she questioned,  pioudly.  "I assure you that Miss Vane sees no  or������f," I replied; and then* I ^joaayi to  wonder -if the wife would forget the  husband as the husband had forgotten  the wife.  , "It was a terrible accident," she said.  "I have no recollection of anything that  occurred after I signalled for help. How  came I to be brought here?" There  was not one v>ord of him, the man oh  whose breast Huldah Vane had bowed  her head, piajing, I knew, to die there.  "You were brought here with Lord  Wynton," I replied. "The"doctor ordered him to  be  carried to      the  nearest  i    CBUSLDIN6 TH  WHOLE BODY  PUN  e. m  /A J.  happened to  ons  aouse.  "So I" was brought with him!" -she  said, with a strange litle laugh. "That  was a happy idea. Wc were in the same  carriage, I remember." Her remark  struck me as curious. She did nob ask  how he was. ^  "The doctor does not think that fam  injured, does he I" t>he asked, after - a  time.  "Not in the least," I replied, coldly;  her indifference to everything but herself angered me.  '.To he continued.)   ������������������������������������   THREE  YEARS.  That is the Constant Business o! iise Blood.  And That is Why a Blood Mzktng  Tonic ^all,Make ihe  Well and Keen it So.  nonw  \  Pure,  quivering, she never offered to kiss him.  He did not open hi* eyes. To me it  eeemed that, s-oo.thed by her gentleness,  he slept. Presently she spoke in a_low  murmur, yet every word fell distinctly  on my ears.  "I forgive you, Clive���������all the fierc-j  hate *and hot anger, the pride and sullen  despair, have died out of my heart. Before Heaven I forgive you. I pray that  every curse I have heaped on you may  turn into n blessing. I forgive you, a������  I hope to be. forgiven." And then she  kissed hi-** hand, and 1 thought in my  own mind she was bidding him farewelL  "I never thought to have seen you  again," she continued, in tiie same low,  passionate voice. "There are lines on  your face and round your lips thti'u tell  me you have suffered. You will never  know in thia world that I have knelt  by your side and looked into your face  ���������that I have whispered words of'pardon  to you. you will know it in heaven. Olive,  you will know that I took back my cruel  curse, and in Heaven's name forgave  you."'  Her head sunk on his breast, and as  she lay there a bright golden sunbeam  came in atrahe window and played round  them, touching his white face and. making an aureole of glory round'her. The  warm sunbeam seemed to rouse her. She  raised her head and gazed about her with  a, dazed, dreamy air. She .bad evidently  for the time forgotten all present things.  She rose and turned to leave him. When  8he readied the ..door she -looked back,  crave a low, moaning cry, and. fell with  hor face on the floor.      ^  '.  "I knew,", said Jane Lewis, -when shs  answered ray hastyf summons, i "that she  was not strong enough for lit': but' she  would-do'it/y: As though sha Has not suffered enough!" h  It-'"was not for many minutes .that  merciful'oblivion lasted. I was.7compelled to intriist^her to Lewis and remain  with Lord -Wynton. On the - doctor's  return he pronounced him better. Again  he asked if He would have another professional man: but, remembering, our  peculiar ciroumstanoes, I said: , "2*To;> we  will,do without one."  "Lord Wynton will recover.'f said Dr.,  Fletcher,; "I have no fear now. But ho  will require great care and attention for-  ,6omc days." <  Not long afterward I had the satisfaction of seeing my patient unclose,.his  eyeo and' of "Kea*riUg'*him' sp^akin" a'low"  voice. His first conscious action, was 'to  raise his hand to his head. "Am I much  Injured 1" he asked, me.  "Not-much," I replied, cheerfully. "A  little patience, a little rest, and you Will  be all right."  "I remember all about the acoident,"  he said. 1'The train fell over tho bridge  Into the river." He shuddered, as though  the memory of tht' dreadful scene were  still with him.  "Try to forget it," I said; "try to  sleep."  , But he did not seem Inclined to obey  mc. "Will you tell mo where I am?" he  asked, after a short time.    ,  "Yes; you. were,,brought to the  River  House, near ADaintree," 1 reoplled.   "The  mistress of houso saw.'tho accident, and  ordered you brought^ here.''  "Aro you the mistress!" lie asked..  "No;   Mis������ Vano lives here.    To her  you ave Indebted; not. to inc." A A       A,  "Miss Vane," ho repeated, indifferent*  ly;: iho name ivns evidently not familiar  to him.,"And you T" ho Interrogated,,  "I am Mrs. Neville, MIbb Vane's friend,  and your nurse for Um timo being*, in.  vlrtuo of my office I insist upon your  going to sleep, and rofiiao absolutely, to  aniiwor nnbtbor question," Afterward it  struck mo an strange that ho had not  ovon seemed to remember the foot of bin  wlfo>,cxl*"tonoo.     ;  CHAPTEU IX.  "Mrs. Neville," eaid tho patient voioo  of Mary Snilth, tho housemaid, "I Bhould  bo glad If you would boo tho lady.  I can  do nothing with hor." A  A "What in"tho mutter, Mary?" I naked.  "Woll, ma'am,'! cannot plcaBo or satisfy hor. Sho will not tako anything tho  dotitor i-wMid***, and alio finds fault with  ovory thing."  I went, Ijndy Wyn*ton >vao up and  droBBfld, walking about tho room with  hurried stops, nnd seeming altogother In  a vory Impatient' framo of mind, Sho  turned to ino abruptly.. "I am very gla<l  to bco you���������I am, glad'tOBoo anyone.  TUIb absurd person who In Buppon*d to  attend mo ahnoy������ me very much," I  bpwc<l quietly, making no answer. Tho  quietness of( my nirinner flcoiwd to re-  strain hery'A.    ' yy ��������� ���������-������������������*���������  "Because ������ome ridiculous country doctor bad told thin worthy woman that I  am to bo lwpb quiet,, nho rofiim>������ to an*  ������w������r mo any , qiiontloiiH, I-wob nob  Injured In tho acolilt-nt-~.T wn������ merely  fttumMxlt and I want to know whoro I  *m." ������������������ ��������� ���������  "You aro at Blvor Houho," I, ropllod;  "and BlVoiy ITonwo i������ noar Daintrco."  "To vAtom doon Wvcr Hounft belrtnjjP"  Bho aakod, moro grnclomily.  "It U tha r������*ldonc<* of Ml������������ Vano," 1  an������wowd.  "MUi Van of I Hliould liko to ���������a-n W  thon, to thank hor,"  ������������������1>������.r***l������-***i w������, L**irl������������ Wynton. WHm Van*  U an I ii valid. Pli<* '���������*-���������" ���������*���������*��������� on**   I munt  Accomplishments     of     Aviators  Have Been Remarkable.  The following from the Daily Sketch,  of London' England, although a little  late, is worthy of reproduction. It should  set a train of thought h\ motion. It  was published on September 11:  Some people there are who disturb  themselves greatly about the future,  and try to imagine what new things  there may be for the world in the years  whieli are to come. They examine the  past carefully, and from that they try  to forecast the events of the coming  years. They even write books about it,  striving to form, some picture of the  world as it will be.  ,. It is an interesting and quite harmless occupation. It is indeed one of the  most fascinating of all the games at  which men can play���������but it is not much  more than a game. For the doings of  the -world are so many and varied that  no one man cau decide which of them  are significant, and which aie of no account.  This reflection���������it is stale enougb, in  all conscience���������is in the present instance  produced by nothing more or less than  a consideration of September 12, 1908���������  three years ago to-morrow. It does not  seem.' an extraordinary day, and probably there is no", one of us all who remembers that it was in any way a day  to be marked out among the other days  ,of that year.  ' Certainly very ' few of us thought  much of it at the time.- Cast your mind  back���������do you remember anything about  it?,. Does September 12 stand in your  mind as a date to* be remembered?^ Can  you"'recollect anything to mark it in  any. way from the days which came be-  fprei.and followe,d -it-?' .  " XfcC is"dou*biful-,3f oi\e in ten thousand  knows any^reason why that^date should  be remembered."' Th'e .papers of the next  day. hardly' mentioned the matter wliich  ���������s" in the years* to come make- it in-  wHl  creasing!*)***' famous.. There are so many  "'thirlgs"*nappepiirig'*in'the world, and some  of them seem so important���������at the time.  ,Ir.;"*sAonly rafter^years that one,is able.to  realize "wh'at that- importance really  amounts to. ,   ^..  So on that, day the world, concerned  itself about the usual things its politi-'  cal ���������.news;.its foreign news, its sport and  pleasures-. ^Clicre .was a, cricket match  goiftg on.; .Kent /was Jn that yeiatv-fas in  ' tb������~t1id;^cliampidrf county) aifd:";Ren'>  was playing the Rest of England.' Men  were -interested in the ' score in that  game���������but who thought of another score  that was being made on that dayr '  Few. knew anything about it, and\most  of those1 who knew looked upon it as the  work of "a crank. A few people knew  tha,t a man was worrying about with  some frames covered with canvas, and  that ho thought, he, had found-out how  to do something which had beon puzzling men for co\iuries���������but hardly anyone took much notice of 11.  And yetin the centuries ahead of ub,  it is more i than possible that nicn will  look back and remember that ydny., For  on September 12, inoo, the first officially recorded; flight in a motor-driven arc-  oplano took place in Europe.a* Oil that  day, three yearn ago to-morrow, M. Stui-  tos-Dumont flow exactly twelve yards.  'Ail'i,' 'ii - n i ������' ���������"      "I y,:,,y-.��������� '���������  A iA'TIIE PAMILY;;PAIS.,'AA'  The wriggly stillness of tho study  period was broken by a slamming door,  and a tbin.boy in dirt"}, ragged clothes  slouched/^across tho room. Half-way to  tlio teacher's desk be drawled ��������� "Pa  wants* that you-should lot Jira" go homo  right now." As Miss Davis looked n, little doubtful, lid added: AUHo j klh ��������� como  back right away." '  The poriuieslott given, tlio two badly  Boiled, balf'Btarvcd " eons bf ��������� the moot  ahlftloflfl family in the distriob flhuffled  down tlio Btairu. "Very uliortly .Tim io*  turned, wearing a pleased ami Importantmuilo bjihluputlieUo.liL.ble faco',  "I como as'Boon'oI could. Pa'e broth*  or'B dyin' to Poplar," Hi ������i announcod,  chcorfully. "That'B why Pa waited tno."  "But"you weren't gonb'ilong���������you didn't, stay homo. I can't noo wby: yon wont  at all," answered tho bewildered Ml.su  -.Davis, , A'1:*'           "Why, Ta'fl goln,,M explained Jim.  "Yob, but what lias, that to;,do with  youP'AnBkod thb..toaohpr,  ,   f A  'To, hjid to have ltio ai-tipondcriJ," was  Jlm'B mattor-bf-foot reply,   :  red blood is the vital principle  life, for'upon it the tissues of" the  body live. It goes practically to'^very  part of the "body, carrying nouribhment  and oxygen, taking up the wastes and  so changing them that they ean be cast  out of the body. As our every act  results in the breaking down of some  of the tissues ind the formation of  waste materials, the body is in a constant state of change. To maintain  health, dtrcngth and life the blood must  be pure in order to roplact these tissues  with plenty of fresh nourishment and  rid the body of its waste material.  Men and women who are mn    down  will  find Dr. Williams' Pink Pills    the  best tonic  for  their condition    because  these   Pills   are   a   certain  blood-builder  and purifier. ' They enable the blood to  meet the unusual demands of the body  and give perfect health.   "IVe offer the  case of Mrs. John Harman, of \veliand,  Ont., ������s a proof of the- great power of  Dr.  Williams'  Pink   Pills  over   disease.  Mrs. Harman  says:   "For several years  I lived a life  of pain and  misery, and  even now as I recall that illne'ss it seems  awful   to   contemplate.       The     trouble  began with weakness and loss of appetite.    This  was   followed by   headaches  and emaciation.   At times I had violent  nalpitation  of  the \lteart  and   shortness  of   breath;   finally-1   was     completely  prostrated.   I was so haggard that my  friends hardly  knew  me,    and I  often  thought  my last  hour had  come.    My  sufferings    would    follow me into    the  region of dreams with such distinctness'  that oftentimes T would awake  shivering and shaking with sobs, and scarcely  able   to  realize'   that I had   been  but  dreaming.    The best efforts    of    three  doctors at different times failed to help  me.    Then I was urged to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.    Within one month I  felt  a distinct improvement,  and  after  using eleven boxes I wan again in    the  full possession of health and strength.  Several  years   have   now   elapsed   since  this illness and as I have constantly enjoyed the best of health I am warranted  in saving that the cure is permanent."  Dr.* Williams' Pink    Pills    should be  used in all    diseases    caused by    thin,  watery    or    impure   blood,    such -  as  anaemia, rheumatism, stomach  trouble,  the after effects of la gripps and fevers,  neuralgia,    headaches   and the   various  ailments common to women and growing,  girls.   These Pills' are sold by all medicine dealers or sent by mail at SO cents  a box or six boxes for $2.50 by The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockviiie, Ont.  ������������ ��������� ������     ���������'���������  ROBIN'S APPETITE:  Devours Hundreds* of Bugs and Insects in One Day.  Speaking on the conservation of wild  birds, William L. Finley,' of Portland.  Ore, lecturer'of the 'National Association of Audubon societies, declared at  the Conservation Congress at Seattle  that to destroy the wild bird was to destroy the forests,' and lie ofercd figures  to show the important5 part'bhey took in  protecting the agriculturist and. the horticulturist from the ravages of insects.  He cited the robin, which has ben found  to devour 175 cuterpilars in,n day, and  intanced the finindg of over 100 phota-  to bugs in tho crop of ono Bob White  and two spoonfuls of chinch bugs in another. A mother Bpavrow, he said, had  fed seventeen grarfahopperB and two spiders to its soven-dny-old fledglings in  (17 minutes.  In Nebraska there onco existed multl-  tmlcH of blackbirds, and the farmers,  being convinced they woro damaging the  crops, poison was sot for them, and they,  with the wild gamo;blrdB,;were dcBtrby-  ed In vast numborR'.' With tliib dlBap-  e|ir,rnnco of the blrdfl camo tboAlocuBtB,  and whole sections of tho country wero  devastated. Eight hundred million dollar-*, tho speaker, declared, is tho cBtl-  niiited annual loss from insects and rodent . pefttR, *''' '-'���������'   'A 'AA :���������'"'��������� AAy,'  Mi. Finlcy, according to the Baltimoro  American, deplored - tho destruction , of  plnmngo birds, and IiIb denunciation of  tlie use of plumes hy womoh wns ecatb-  in������. X y ,'.\.'.���������  Giimulating the Appotite by Cheerful-  ]       '-.ess and  Freedom From Worry.  !     It js Mstonishir.iT to one who has not  | -studied   the   subjcot   thoughtfully    to  leiirn how completely under the control of the nervous system, or rather  of the emotions, the entire digestive  apparatus  is.  , It is a matter of everyday experience  that the appetite is under the subjection of the feelings, although not  of the will. The impulse to celebrate  any eood news by a dinner is founded upon the fnct that when one i-*  pleased and elated hunger is ecited.  In early times this hunger was gratified on the moment, just as the accompanying thirst too often is now,  but the modern man usually defers  his eating to a suitable occasion.  The los6 of appetite caused by bad  news or misfortune of any kind is too  well known to need more than mention. Worry or physical fatigue wili  often act in the same way. The same  causes that destroy the appetite will  arrest or greatly retard tfie process  of digestion. It is a matter of common experience that any disagreeable  occurrence during or just after a meal \  will stop digestion and may bring on  n bilious attack with headache, nausea  and a coated tongue. Concentration  of the mind or anxiety will act ia the  same way.  On the other hand, as the appetite is stimulated by good news and  mental elation, so digestion, is is."-  crsd by ".vhstsver ~roinotcs gaysty and  high spirits.  "Laugh and grow fat," like so many-  popular sayings, is an expression  which contains much truth. Dyspepsia is a malady that will seldom be  found in the family -where the dinner  gives occasion for cheerful talk and  mirth and where all worry and "di3-  grunllement," and especially quarrelling, axe under s. ban.  Every member of the family should  make it an absolute rule to put worry  and all thoughts of-buainesB or study  aside for the moment and to come to  the table prepared -to be light hearted  and gay. This is no*, only as a moral  duty, but rests upon the very physical  reason that his appetite will bo better and his food will taste better and  will be better digested.  In this  connection  it goes without  saying  that  bills    and    disagreeable  letters should never be the accompani-  I ment  of  the morning meal,' becauso  i a day started with chasrin is a, verv  hard   day   to   straighten,   out.-~Frorii  Youth's Companion.  ���������   - ���������������������������>  "THRICE ABMED IS SHE."  Justice is of course loudly demanded  by every litigant in a. court of law, but  it is a frequent infirmity of the iuman  mind to confuse justice with one's own  cause. The late Thomas B. Beed, according to a writer in Law Notes, used  to tell, an amusing story to illustrate  this tendency.  j^le was once retained by an enterprising client to prosecute an action. On  talking with" ihe planitiff's *mtac-ssss  Mr. Seed found that theittitociea v������ere  far from consistent, so be reported - the  fact tOrbis client, and advised that the  suit be 'dropped. The client was somewhat* perturbed, but told tbe attorney  be would have a talk with the' witnesses  and let  him know the next     morning  True to hiB word, he dropped in bright  and . early, wearing the cheerful look  of one who has fought the good fight.  "I've seen those witnesses,"' he explained, "and thoy say thoy must have  boenA mistaken -when they talked ,with  you. "Thoy all see it alike- now. I'vej  "also.'peon,some of tbe jurymen, and'tbey"  think I'll win. Now, if there's such a  thing as justice in law, wo can't lose."  Qold Laid Watah  ing fttfoftnCt--  ������*������U������n������at5o.  pettB writ* a  ro-frtnpljiuip*  r.   No Ink rw  oaeh   Tuts* ,  bwumfol color  ping la w������t������r.      qnlradJ   Writ* to-day.  Vf*  tni-ft you with th* pans, aell  them and r#turn tii* monay  AUdwln thlnllttt* bMi  Oold FlnMhad WMob  olio a lovely Toa qm Ft*e������  Jim*' . Mi   foriintn. tri-it. '���������-������������������:  ������������������- ���������������������������'-��������� r1'    ~ A'    r  ���������-���������������������������  HOW  Tho  ROYAL   LADIES   PROPOSE.  Futuro   Contort A'.: In   Relieved.;, of  Taking the Initiative.;-  When ,a reigning queen is. to bo.married Bho muB^ 'broach tlio subject, f i*Rt  to her futiiro consovt, Tlio same rulo  holdB good with regard to nil royal  ladles who marry commoners,  Queen Victoria imt told how, Bho managed to "put tho question" to   Prlnco  Albert���������how oho first showed him Windsor and its boautlcfl  and-,the  distant  landscape nnd thon Bald; "All this may  he yourfl," 'The Queen of Holland, on a  liko  occasion,'BlmnlyAfloiit  a  Bpvlg of  whllo heather, bogging-Prince Henry to  look ��������� out its A-moaiilng ; in  a book    of.  flowers nnd their meaning.;Thn Ditcho**s  of- Argylo took the following moans   of  proposing to tho* Marquis of -Lorno.   Sho  was .about* to attend u/.tint*)   hull nnd'  gave-It oufc that'slio would ohoow>*u������  'her pnrtner for tho first danon tho num..  she Intended to -honor.   Rho selected the  'thnrquU, who subjiequontly became her  husband,   .  ' ,31nt poi-Jiaps tho most Interesting of all  ways chosen-was tliabof tin* Duchest- of  Flfo. Slio tqpkllio earl, as ho then waty  to a drawer arid showed him IU con*  tentii. Thoro 1>o saw n nunibor of trlflos  ho had given her at dlfforont times, Including Hprlgs of several kinds of flow*  ors,. now dead, ho pleUed for her at  different times. Ho warn much Impressed  At tbo sight, nor did lb require words  on bor purl, to mako hor meaning plain.  ���������Wottcrn Scot. ���������    '   ���������,   *>.������������ - ���������  Blobl*���������Tluiit Miss Antlqiio is a pumslfl  to mo.   f nover know what *3io In about,  Sworn Carvere arid WefgKersy   *  ; In consequence of tho hicr-mad of tho  prico of meat Iii Germany tho Berlin' re*:  Btaurnnt kecpem: have indemnified themselves by serving n smaller quantity p!  flenh to otieh.diner. ;Thin, aroused the  pbleVmatio. German patrons to action,  pnd thoy. madoAa joint protest aiid banded : thbjnsolvofl ; together* to prosecute it  nccossaryA, Tho restaurateurs have for  tho time -satisfied their clients by getting the carver recognized officially, and  ho now discharges tho double functions  of carver and sworn weigher. According'  to a Paris contemporary, these "tran-  obouro juros" .aro to bo seort in, tho, kit-  ohons with carving knifo in one hand  jand scales' In tlio other, weighing but  ;with mathematical precision tlio p6r*  tions of nicat.���������London Globo.  - ���������  ������������������ **r**i������....i   UTOilZED HIS OOTOItTUNITy.  (rittsburrj- Giuotto).  A Cleveland evangelist preached J  hours, 8 minutos and 45 seconds. Ho evidently hftti. no doslro to bo called to tb*  : pulpit of u. fftHliionablo cliurcb.    A  ' "'���������������������������l-S-WS-SSISW-SIM*******^^     sis  *MN*KU*BMM**S  14 Karats Solid  . aolrt.SliollEinEol  Wo will xrlv* yow yo������r|  oholtis ot ontof tboso b������*tt-1  tciiT*ts ������olliT KoTdTtiiliwll.l  pUIn,-.-.���������nawsdi. or NStl  , wltls. ���������l������K*mt ->ltt*iuUttial  bo. u������ 6tily. at tae. a box, I  ufDr. Miii(--i'i������*-i twmpmt  nn* th* i*riiKt������������������ isntwUiyl  ' f oHndl K������stlttn.. ������wu*tlp*i*  or im������i������i������ uiowq. K������������������riu,  dl,t������M������i ot the ll*-*r snd  tion, trlienmsiUiiui, yi**k\  Iwptir*bltjoa. esttirrni  kliltiays.  WhSfiyAiifisvel  " HlSi'  lirrsr*a ������t nst-  Mrt we, .....  yournbulMOf  .    , bftHitsoust XUn-pt, pit  ���������with pr������������li"us ..M.������s*s.  ibAdroEs fi������  I'V"-  wlHwndyou, ������>Mt-niit-l,th������ >IUi i^tJ fsArl  -tlktwMeu *r������fo tTt��������� ������m**y ��������������� ���������t>n*r������iMiuiwr������ ������4I  in    "    "" " -"*���������"    "           ittus-i  , Ih* trtils.  lUi������|>iU������ ���������*.*���������������  IvAttnil-miU  OlOt>  bl������-  -J  ..������.,i.������.U  **jpy   h������������j   Ww.������������  w������S������>  plllsi ir* ������������W *utl ** tiks tw������k -Wtisi fml  .. ������-K������������>*t������* .409, rSmnU* 0m������  it^^mimiimm ^^3iliS^i^&0^^^^0^^0^0i:^  THE   CRESTON REVIEW  y'lfiBB'1"   ���������"    ~"   in i iiii.-|.iii,l-   >..ifrt.irnr. .imi.  ���������iViy n I ��������� uaCm i.tlMH itW it triAnhM rtr.  ���������in rti ,*iinnwir������Trtil-i-i>liHfttMj>atrtHi������  jfL Jfiw  THE CANADIAN  COMMERCE.  \Y  HELAD   OFFICE. TORONTO  ESTJ.BUSUEI>  1S07  33. S. WALKES, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  .f aid-up Capital. $10,000,000  He serve Fund, -   6,000,000  /vax^jl/ AwbB   o-*ODuA JlxO-,  3y  KNIGHTS -OF   PYTHIAS  Creston. B. C >  Meets every other Monday from June 20  to October-4 at 8-.-n.in. in Spceis' Hall.  '     R. M. Reid, 0._C.  :      ,y A. JBi. French, &.. of R. ce S.  I B. S. Bevan, M. of P.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England  savings bank: department  ������������������-.-���������"���������������*���������  Deposits oi $1 and upwards are received aud interest allowed at current  rates.     Accounts   mav be opened in the names of two or  more persons and withdrawals made  by any  one of them or by the survivor. 124  PERCY B. FOWLER, MANAGER CRESTON BRANCH  ORES TON L.O. L. No. 2095  Meets at 8 p.ra. every 1st and 8rd Thursday in each month.  ":' Andrew Miller, W St.,  A.'.B. Mutton, R.S.  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MUELLER & HESSE, Props  I  cnimni rim nfiriho'  \|  HI  111   8  HI I   IIUt>jU;\  bULUIILUI-ltlliJ  01  ENTER  ATTENDED BY A IjARGE CROWD  ��������� EXCELLENT PROGRAM  PROVIDED  The first annual public school Concert  and Christmas Tree in Creston was held  last Monday evening in the Auditorium,  and the spacious hall was crowded to its  limit, there being nearly 250 people present.    School trustee Jas. Compton acted  as chairman of the evening  and  in   a  suitable manner introduced the various  performers.   The program; which was  well arranged, was as follows: Opening  speech by Leon el Moore; Recitation by  . May Laurie^. jSo^g,''J[ohn Peel,' * Jos.  Carver;   Motion   song, by the Pixies;  The entrance of the herald. Master A.  Hurry,   to  aniidttnfce- Cantata, "Xmas  with the Pixies"    Then followed the  Cantata, "Xmas with the Pixies."'    In  this, Miss Ella Dow received an encore  for her polo, "The Lullaby Song," Song,  ������������������Harrigan." by Charles and Agnes McPeak, for which they were  loudly  encored, and sang laet verse  over  again;  Song, "Keep a cosy little corner in your  heart for me," by John Broderick *, Closing speech by Rose Cherrington.  A special prize, donated by Mr. P. R.  Godfrey for the best child performer of  the evening, was awarded to. Miss Ella  Dow. -After thi* the Alice Siding -school  children gave a little play entitled "Princess and Pixies."  The children, one and all, did their  partB well, nud it would really be unfair  to praise oue more than another. The  last featuro on the program was a fan  drill, the performers being young married nnd single ladies chosen eBpecialh  from the fair sex bf Oreston for this  occdbIou. The Indies were Mrs. R. M.  Reid, Mrs. Nunn, Mrs, Sylvester, Miss  V. B. JohnBon, Miss A. M. Opie. Miss  Mary Ryohman, Miss Gertie Gilpin,  Mine Howarth, Mies M. Moore aud Miss  Wilkes. This fan drill fairly brought  down the houso nnd received such a  hearty encore that they returned the  second time and went through tho mazy  danoo. After the fan drill, usefal and  ornamental gifts were presented to Principal King, Mra. DarbyBhiro and Mrs.  Roue.  In roportlug this most successful event  it would be a great omission wero we not  to eay that the comnmnity at large  tender their most hoarty thanks to Mrs.  Roso for tbe able and untiring mauner in  which she has helped, to train the children for thia occasion, us without her  aid thtj school concert would not hnvo  been the succory- thnt it baa been. Mr.  .Tames Compton, as chairman, aud Mr.  J. W. Carter, as Khria Kriuglo, did  thsilr parts well. *  Wo are informed that something like  ������75 wns realized on thin occasion.  It would l>e unfair to close this report  without mentioning that tbo originator  of thin movt BUOcwMfnl juvsuiUa enter-  tuiument wns Mm. Dnrbynbiro, vrho litu*  been worklug uuceimlngly on it for  months, and there in duo to hor a great  tioul of credit for th������ ttuccohhful tomiin-  at km of thi* School Christmus Treo.  Old Timer Masses Aivayy  ������������������*"���������.���������  It is with regret tbat we have to announce the death at Erickson of Mr Jos;  Walker, au old timer in the district.  The deceased had been ill for some little  time and lately his malady increased  XLutil tbe last few days when gangrene  set in with fatal results, the deceased  passing quietly away early Wednesday  morning last.  The deceased was a Scotchman and 69  years of age and originally hailed from  Orillia, Ont. He was a very old-timer  in this district and owned considerable  property in various places at the time of  his dearh, including the Erickson Hotel.  Tbe late Jos. Walker was a great favorite and had a host of friends all over the  Kooteuays. la his youth he was a professional tie maker, and was deemed an  adept at the work. The funeral will  take place today at the Creston Cemetery.    . ' , ���������'  i to   B sij^fi 5 ia 5 5 n  H. inn q   **S*~**5   5SE*r:       ana m a- na m  WVIIIU  ������*������  r  venue  '": The secretary of ths CrestotiDraaqatic  Club wishes to announce that he* hai  been unable to secure the books of "The  Squaw Maa,?* ybut  has  now  received  those of "The Private Secretary, which  is. as moss of us know, a screaxning faice;  from start to finish, and it is his full expectation that the club wiil be able to  present this attraction to the people of  Creston within the next six weeks.  The  club also,has the books for a good force  entitled "Turn Him Out," which .they  '-also hope to put on to assist in a concert  or other entertainment, as it is a ahoi't  play of 45 minutes duration. The drain-  Htic club feels confident that if they, can  put on "The Private Secretary," as they  hope to do, it wil^be the best show that  has ever been presented on the boards.at  Oreston up to date.     Iti-*  nnderstood  thnt a percentage of the proceeds will  go to the Creston Board of Trade, and a  meeting of the members of tho club will  be held on Monday evening next at 7.30  in the parlor of tne Creston Hotel.  Watch for later announcements regarding the presentation of "The Private Secretary."  IIS  Give us a Trial.  To wait on  Creston Hotel i  ������i v  The Leading  Hhtel of the  ! Fruit    Belt  I  I  OU will make no mistake  when you gzt off the traia  if you sign the register at  Creston Hotel. Travelling  will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished is  a manner up-to-date.  the  men.  Oar   Guests j  i Call  crlgain  !R.Goms reserved  oy  x. eiegrapa.       SSL  "U* A i. ,  AACaUtjUctlLCtS  for  xvxluiUg  tut   JLVJ-.C1I.  Lumbermen,   Ranchers,  and Commercials.  Tourists  WHOLESALE WINES, LIQUORS  ::~jffiJ6>j������jftj&AND CIGARSg^gs^g^g^g^  Moran & cMead - - Prons* 1  ������SS3B������S&2^&^^S.'ea^&^Z  ^���������jrrs vjrff**r2Tirinrrirvra^ rsrvrffTaTrBTs^  W/p>  Large Msscrtmen  Will keep adding until Stock is Complete.  SPLENDID XMAS BARGAINS  CUTLERY  A n*������������w#-c  ���������������v-v������*    1UI/>I   a������<c*ft-il8������-  emocrals, Buggies, Wagons, etc.  You Save Money by consulting us before  Buying' Elsewhere.       Easy Terms  We are waiting  you.  ���������^  4r  'S'  Thg Prpstnn Harrlwarp anrl Furnifnrp Hn  i uu     wiuuiuii     iiuiuiiuiv     uiiu     I UIIIHUIU     \9\j  HAltl  CRESTON  V* -tf^JP"'  ^A3  JlJL5ULOJLSl5JlJLJLaAJUUtJUliL^  C.   BOWNESS  WhOh eale Wine and Spiiit  ,  Merchant  Cranbrook  B.C.  H, F. Muldaino, ticcompnnioA by O.  r.nrbrldgo mid J. O, Grouves Bpent Hun*  d.iy nnd Mondny in Oreston looking over  tlie vitlloy, with a vicnv to purchitMiitg  ���������fOiiiH orclmnl IuikIh. They loft for N������>1.  tgKui on Mondiiy, where they will (ipmiil  CHhrtNtliiHH with friouclM, nltttr vi hitiii limy  Will return to Cro������ton nnd tl<������*ld������ iipon  ���������flotuo lo<*uli***/ to mittln.  FOU 8AM-:���������NrtwMiiRwm imd Hir-  Ott'tLnte Slruwlrtiny Plants.   Apply to  .JJutSVIwi* It-iWtii, Uvwuiili  J-.C  ^^jCJIlJcBjCJjV^ . ���������A;;,).''l'/y  AN3STUAL  Eastern Canada  Lo% Round Trip Raies to  Ontario, Quebec and  Maritime Wroltinces  Tickets nu Palo Deo. 1 to Deo. 81, in*  elusive, good to return within  threo mouths.  Tlckotfl issued  in oonneetion Atlantic  Steamship BuflinoHfl will ho on tinlo from  Noy. 81 and limited to flvo monthn from  date of iflsno.  FitiMt equipment. Stnndnrd First Olnss  nnd Tourist'Sleeping Onrs nnd Dining  Ours on nil Thrnuah Trnlns. Oompnrt*  ment. Library, Ol-Rorviitlnn Cnri-on "Iiu-  pfj'lnl Limited" nnd ������������������Atlnntle E������prehB"  3���������Through Express Trains���������*\  . . Daily ��������� . U  The "TORONTO EXPRESS������'  limvrtH Winnlpi'g dully nt 32.40, mnlcliig  conuoctioiiH  nt  Toronto fur nil point*  Krwfc nnd WomiV"Thoroof."  Tho ������������������littpcrlfil IJiiillod" I-iavosj Winnl*  (M������gdfiily nl. IK ir,, uml \\M .-Atlantic  hxpreHH" nf HUi) tlmly, limiting r>m-  nwJtioiiM nt Aioiitn-nl for nil point* Knflt  Uiisrenf.  irdar Hotel  A Home from Home.  Headquarters for mining  men.  First class in every respect.  Adjoining C. P. R. Depot.'  Morris & North,  Proprietors,  Sirdar, B, C;  CRANBROOK - B.C.  Tho  "������("  SURE!  Katsominmg and        -- ���������*s i. ��������� ������������������  SMOKE the  TL.%'  OIGAR  tyaperhanging  Are in my Line of *Busines*  See nay Pattern Books foi .Wallpaporn  JAS. ADLARD  Reeidenoo, Victoria Ave. Dow AdiMtdoM  Sold at, the Munro aiid Sam Hatfield V|  Union Goods   '  Say, Johnnie* can you tell  me Hbhere I can hire a Good  Saddle Pony}  Sure!   Try the  CRESTON  LIVERY  It's the BEST INVOWN.  There's a  Good Dray and  Transfer in connection*   Also  Green and Dry Wood,  ��������� * ��������� 'i.- i',-��������� ....'.   ..���������.,,.���������,.  Cameron Bros.  PROPRIETORS.  Fine Cigars and  -'Cigarettes'  ALWAYS ON  HAND.  flfii eltLBJ  The Greston  larber  Pool Room, Billiards  - and -  Barber Shop  BATHS  Hot aiid Cold  Both  At the . .  Tonsorial Parlor, Fourth St  Aplily 1'tllto Tlrnr.nt (*. ���������'. u. At'������nt,  jor lull luiormMlou,  OF WTEREST TO FRUIT GROWERS       r  THIS 18 TO OKItTIFY tint I luivo inupootod tbo Numory Btook  ftrown hy tho ElvcrHldo Nnrnevy, Gmnd ForkH, 13.0 , uud found no  UfCCtlOl-d ditiiiiUUifl.  Tho 8tocli i������ well grown nnd of cxoollonfc quality,  ������0th Beptemhm-riUOO. U.S. UIDDLBTOH,  AHulHtmit Provlnclnl HortlcuHnrlRt.  ������V."-->.*-������.^  ..*���������*.-������������������ -.- ,   ���������,^VV"*"''lVA^t/W������',i������***'*'^ '���������r*W������-T������''.V"'^'**V-'.1    ,  ... w^i*-.^s^'*tV������������,WM������^.n^W.'-,������.���������  I  WALTER V. JACKSON,  CREST*'N, B.O.  *������>ll������ I l������������������ll������MWIIII>������llll������W)WII^^  A lieu t for . ,  nivKHHCDn NUESiuniKs  Sta^he^ & Co.  Wholoonlo  Provisions,   Produce,  Fruit  Oc*iwal,C<*mnil.������loii Merohnnis  ^'V**AA������*������V^^*>^^V'^*V������>������V������*������VV.  I     CRESTON  Power, Light &  Telephone Go,  ������f* LTD; -  Take advnntng������ of our 24 tnilea  of LongDlatance Lincq and bo  in touch with your neighbour*.  Rates to Sanctions :*'���������  $i.8o Cash per Month  R. S. SMXTH,:    " -  ^ Looal Ifsmngar.  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Burns &  Oo. saeat Aacartet on Canyon: Street  There are turkeys, geeae and fowl of all  kinds, young"pigStchoioabeef aridevery-  thlng there for everybody, a M*. T. Biffc,  the manager,, deserves great credit for  the way in which he hsu* bo artistioallf  'awariBsd'tM's*^^  + -j-.-.-T/.ti i- ."-''if^i'.'/;:'t.t:iv>j^-?,*,*.*?".'.^ '..'.���������-:-.���������' ^''---i.^' -i':'1:- v-*---;' ���������.- -������*^ i'/i-'-'iT.1  y^^^���������>,^yy;^yyy;���������;y.���������^^  Following is^the menu for Xmas day  dinnerlnt'thsAOrtsiti^^  - AySOUP^^M^rn'.pyster;AA;AA'A AA yXXXj,  FISH���������Baked Manitoba Whlte^sh arid  ���������yl'-'-S^DifeMl^  SALADS���������Snliriori, Gabbuge.  'iAaNTKBES^^re^iOy.s'tor:Pftt,aeBA'A'fy  % ^;BOIL|.D~dbrned l Ojc- yTb-agne^arid  A ���������> X. Carior/8rince������AAOoia Boiled Ham A  iROASTS���������Roast Tnirkey with:- Own*  A:yvAir-.A berry v'Baribe,* ������������������;. 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V   I,  *.:*r.^^?Ty^>^':'w/...^'-.-\' Ty. ^y"^  Mr.XMatlandaine's Work <with  ,y%>^-'.^'A'^yAy?-^^y;-;-'^r^  yy:.y'!,-:i'yy^  'g|*S(>me:^*MW  seoured by tho Review ti������ to what work  MrAllrlAllandairi^  g^edinnndlbpw^  he has helped to opori upy tho country,  also some important developments that  are likely to bo adopted by the Canadian  )?Miab*eg������^ ��������� iiheir  l|tmiasj..to-;-BbAtlBi  aoobmpliahod hy ^.^ M  an oniployeo of the Oahad^  '^bettar^iMnifHt^  tlwt ho individually Juad^^;o^  the exploration bft^o-0  lands in British Columbia, amountini: to  over 8,000,000 aorw*, prinbipally in East  and Weiit Kootenay.   This is probably  tho loigest exploration of land ever un*  dertokbn in British Oolnmbia.   <AA'XX.  A Thb result of this exploration is that  the company will know jnot what they  haye in the waj of timber, agrlonltnral  liririds'^ ism'^;ot^tr i'a^ds. a, Tho exploration'  necessitated tha etriployment o*. .ten'dis-'  tlnii pw-a^ " in  different Iwolilissund^^^ rm**  peWlslbn Of Mr^M ",  Hnndrads of ^w trail have  besn catA^h^nBb thM .' only'; be  ^neubflt^a^f!^ to 'the  ^���������vinnitnk'^ and'  othsrs making their Uring out ��������� <������f .'ilia  liills. All the streams iu this vast 'area  bAve boen meas^'rad and thel^;. oonrsss  ourMotly plotUd, and the altitude of 'all  hlijh mountains were islsa taksn. ;! This  '^otk'that'''^ been dona will be of great  'Wneitti.lb'^^^ be', 'In  ssaroh of Alpine oi^neiry or a sporting  ioMityi'y^*H^  hue in view tha idea *6f e-lsarlntf laud for  settlers and leaving it in such a state  that when tha land U Ukso up a crop  osn be produosd immsdistsly without  tho necessity of stumping and laboriously olcwringtlib land as at present. If  tha obmpany - iloas this ' oil-''extensive  soale li.means that small oomnranitlw  will be surted through the Kootenays  audlandwIUUdevslopodand and the  vklue of Its produots known within tha  Immediate futureinstsiujl ctf as at pras*  ent keeping the oosustry in an nndevel*  oped state fow a: nnmbav of years.    It  ionvof IVb. Mallandaine.  Itise-s^ectfidthatthe e^  now on -will make a prabtibo of Ablb^ag  ali its land preparatory to offering it for  sale imd will simply-.;eiBi^0y&o;h^p*or..  ohase*r,i;rAb';jw**reBl ��������� :bost ."-.of:: 'bleaftoary**tho  land in addition to the rated price of the  land.' .This action of tha Oassdias Pacifio will practically revolutionize land  srtttei^t-in ijft^aAKoot������B^^  i;||njir^^qnA^  laridAagont and chief timber ranger for  the Canadian Paoiflo, Mr. Mallaudaino  has fllled the office of ohief ilra wiarden  for the Canadian PaolfiO; arid his had  the personal supervision of doaeris of  ���������aie wardens throughout the Kootonays.  Mr. Mallandaiuo in addition to being  an expert forester is also a olvilengirieor  ;by::pr^sBiony-'A'.AiA;i.y!;y-.v*:Ay ...  Here -are a few of our Xtnas Ahamperc.  Wo ban mako np anything else you  yrJHMymA^X'XX^AX^ '  0 bottloa Bear, 1 bottle Imperial Rye,  1 Canadian Oluo, 1 Scottish Bard, l  -ling George IV. Scotch, 1 JAJariisflon's  Irish, 1 Jamaica Rum, 1 box of David  Harum Special Olgars-^-llO.BO.  :������.- oi.Julien Claret, 3 Hook, 1 Jamaica  Rum, 1 Birk's Irish; 1 Hennsssby 8 Star,  I BhiokAarid<;, Whitaim&John Dewar't  Speoial, 1 Gordon's, Dry. Gin, a Bniis's  ���������Als>^ll|.00;"''<':-;i;./,-:,^::^.*p .  8 Gninuess's Stout; ���������& JSass's Ale, l  KingJ3eorgb> IV. A Bbdtoli^l Gordon's  Dnr Gin, 1 White & MoKay's Bootch,  l,6lna Seal Bootoh.Al Oanndian Club  Ry-a���������IOiaOA-'-*-1-1- ���������<* 'A5'-Ate",^i-.������i-;  ^6 bottles Boor. 1 Reorentlon Rye, 8.  Navj\iWIarot, 1 ^Bnni,:1AlyKUmarn(>ob'  Sdoton^|0.76.     ���������"������������������' *  -'AAA- yAAy'yA;;^^-ijA":yj;yyAyy,y:w^  aa--"������A-y;y:*v^%jjf';^'/f^  ���������;--;:;'A':''A;3illl^  y''$p:itfi|^  ;A,y.-:i,,y,i:A;A;,,^;^,,:y,;:jyI^^y  >;'AAA::!:A-Seieeted:1I^e'illvEa8^  A^;Ay:-:;yA..:y^;AA^^  l:xSAX)SMB-ti^  iMfiu-*s*^rTLHJ\rK**jmrTJ-Lr^rnwn.ri.r^^ ��������� ��������� ���������<*.������*-iS������^ihi-s*i ^^^miHMtti+^mimm^*^******^^**!*****^^^*******'-''* '.r'BH.'. -. ���������; -       .'���������V.i'.-i';*:.  pllllisiiiiiiiiilw  .......v.-- j.-. ���������- ���������������������������' ;..j,.;,t,.|'.i.|.,M������ '.���������(:'���������",  aa^aawttiii'si wrt i mams ~  "'-y:it>.::--^:-..-...-:\,A: .;.'--ii'.',l'il'&  ��������� ������^*<wx^^V*w^  .' *rilrJiiiiM-������rfi<,*>rnr*ni,iii-|" ���������"���������- i " *��������� ���������**^*^  olgarettos, Ardath mixture,. Oalabash  mixture, six different kinds of ohewlng  tobacco, twenty dlfforent kinds of smoking tobacco, ceventeen brands ot eig.  ars.���������Ore������ton *Wl������o& Spirit Co.  wv^Msnf** i*Mi's*sai*sS*isi'*M*wi-������*ri'*������sy*^  jAsS. h. sqHppiaw>  Wmt' Isle said AaoUeat Iasmiaaae  ���������mi:*  ' ���������*S*S*AMa avaa, V.nl4*'W'atli>>l,������i>i >~IfB'dAiiikmAm^ '���������' "   "^'ii1  JBBAL EBTAT1, ������bs.  TRAttv  yi rr"i')'ii"sr 'ws������*sws������i������ve'S������^/**w*a������*is,*ttss^ ������>v*<**%i  ;: The report of the Methodlit Ohristra������ j  Tree is held 'oyer untU next weok. ���������..  .  A';inj.nt*i^';������hV'Ow  will be known by the name of ihe Ores*^  ton Hardwajri) and Fnr^ittirtt Co*  j,   , i    i    '-.������..      ������������������ ��������� ���������"     i   ' ��������� ������������������ -  1mmmil^**mmp**^~^m  III Hili   in. i ill II. .|,liii|, Mimjiiiiihiin .���������  ���������i<������i������i>������u*ii������iw>iix[Tiiiii<<'ri>i>iwiiw������>������'wi������i������������  ffB^^&^iW^ j '���������:���������  ]x' ':a0^herai^u^MWi. ���������'  Rtptlrs of *1l kinds  >������������������' <Prompth Attended to^  BUdtsmlth Shop-  Next to Grady's -Sam  Opposite the Creston Hotel  B.C.I  cmMi������o6rk, c.������.;  I.O.. %^:''Vmm Aa������ofsioMip������ni(  Tlr������ei>rewasanitsasUrim Wednesday  nrfeninf laeS among the tfaeons of Ores*       ^  ton,*4hee<K>e^<������beinf the i^oial visit  of 6.D.O. IMr. il^^, ef Fort iteele. XA;A:M  Thossjiruiat *was������ Peat GnmA Mastes-  J. IL fleb^eV^ <rf Olrail, .and ��������� eevesal  other tnesabeso iassn"aiayto aad s>lhsnrAA y-;,,Ayy  ���������pomU.    The ������allowi������t om^)^  sl*KJtedf<������������^iuw *^.: J. F. R^  Worshipful ummtiUxUi '���������bWJ&*-������i-'W  Warden i a. A, *feees-s,^nnlo* Warden;yA:;y AA.;  O. O Rwigefla, tWaent^; ^. COMpsori,  Be<^tory: K llallaarJatoe.TwisteetW.  Wa-Uihstf, Tylew,   Aittar .iftua. eiaotksi ut  -',���������'������������������..'  ..'���������it V-**  Vim* and SpeoifleaUoiii  wr-awwisw, ������yn***r<yiwt*- mw/ *������i*wiiwn;."i������y-. *-*--i,i,.-y..  ottoeM a' -vety ���������astjoj'jjtarae Avenlng was  -r- iponl..������tdl --rweikmaali  ���������AAAlf. '     -, .-���������.������������������; A..;AA/-'.AAAA,,���������:-:���������-,;-, Yyy Xyyt^xAXitX  ������������������yv v.'- ���������-- -v \.t.--. -������. ���������. i' ,uW ���������;;,;���������������������������- *, ....Kyy.f.fX;,,' ryyAW  ������^wstjMS.M-*������i'e*������>������*w*i ^a**^!^,!^  ^i^������*-w^iiw***Ms**s**e***i sa������w  '-^^^'^l^B-:?.^  "'/;A uV:'* ���������', y.A -A,."1;'������������������'���������??''"*"��������� ���������   v   ,; - ."y- :  >ii^.ri^^-;>0e^^ lwr.t������tA������  "i-y.,,' ' y,-' ''A���������./���������>>-.I'.'.'o-"-���������'" i'V'':'i' ,'           ,'     ���������  A'-'.',-   '���������,*AAA'Ay'iA**."l"l"l!'l1'*""  miuhXL^X'^^''' :;,-'B.o>  mmm*   -a������M*iai*i*iSSi****as*M  Mr. O. Benjafleld, of BtUton, Bask.,  asrlva lu' towfc lh������l' Bunday ��������� ana will  sMndOhtissmaawltli his 4������matm^+Mt*^ XyxA  Ohwrrinctets _ Mr. Vczit&HA iu+ \������mi }  a resident of Stilton for tbo past twenty'x^xx-  " letin    * " * "  manyeaanffes  -j^ersaa-Xsl-iMrins thai |(*is*^'-|iai'-'sjs*^  ffbsiiis| -fsraos a*> ttcsj*i*aavl  btiotpet aora *k������*a55 and M^fm^mv^'^'^M  Bo says thai tke i^ pso^oTBaekat*  ohewan hava been blessed this yeaV w|Ufs        ���������,  m*M������bonntl*?lor^.   Wltswt hwi rnn  from 40 lo ��������������� bushels far aore, ^-hne  OK������lX, VOtJNO & CO.  .ni-  ^.'l  A������el Katata and Insawjios.  CRESTON  B.C  HVOt '-tw w- Mm , ifliww. , mw    MWIV,    *wnP4������  oats ran as higk aa utn 80 id 100 bosh.  ale oar aeirai and with wheat" M Mete. '  '' -'  and oats at 80 ota. per Imsbejl, It -saaant  sernetblni.   Mr. BenJaBeld visited this  distriot aoeao eiev-rw yetara mho ,1m oom-  y with Mr, Olwvlngtoii.   At thai  a feBJHHi wHUk *** OiMt^an. mr*sA lui wjui.  ���������^-,���������^p Wmww^w   ^ ^ws" ip^^ ^ssf������^ps^^^Fse������p vsmpjfhp   *sasw    vlSW  assaasd tsttr aoolt ��������� ���������sVasut'lahiiug la*wft  hara it il Jsliaejal*  SI  I  #1'  .*i.;V!f^ ..*vv; .'".'���������yy'~"'<:t>v-vVv;':'^^  .������������������i..'y\V'tf>:&>.^  'yy-'-'.'-'yy:!^:*'^^  ;t;'vf  '^V':i*i^^.',-',f'*-*li.-.r.'^>i'feM'ri,.\v:i.y"  ..:������f..^,ri,^J^;."^:���������',..:-.LI...   ���������'���������'.. <v  ������ --"Ij* A-il  **, ���������_ ��������������� - #  i onve i/escriouuu ������s  ���������������*._ r? St*���������  iuc * ugsruve.  John  Robinson.  The authorities at   Sudbury request  that the following officialy^ircular  given1 publicity ia the hopeiof securirigS  the apprehension   of   tin*   man. named*  therein:' ' -*~-':  Wsiifctl for murder���������Jamesy Robinson^:  of the township of Hugel, seven Ainilesy  from Warren, OnE***-  seduced Ahis eldest  two daughters, and by him the yelderi  barelyA'19, has   given birth   to two infants, Aand the younger, not yet 18, is  about to be delivered of her third.  Mrs.  "Robinson has confessed to the*murder������  of    two of these infants in | one week,  Marchi,1008, and implicates her husband  as accomplice.    When last seen, on or  aboutAAug.   12   la^st,  Robinson wore  a  dark suit, black fedora hat, black shirt  with white   stripes, ANo. 7   3jarid-made  boots-fr Itescriptioa:   Aged  o56,^grayi8hi  light irjed hair and moustache,1 peculiar  clear yblue   eyes,   reddisih ^pi^^^^com-;  plexion, especially in cheeks,|^eAxoqth'  missing near front of xuoutu*y^height,  5 feefcS? or 5 feet 8; weight,|150^ 1*55  pounds; walks with short nervous quick  steps,;'speaks quickly, slightly ruptured,  left fopt angles out.   Probably making  for some lumber camp, as heAis^skillr*'  **d woodsman, but likely to keep moving,  seeking  further escape.      Will    travel^  under������alias, likely Roes. A:-- '.Has   brother  vrorkiag in   tannery    near ySault -Ste.  JSarfcSy Mich.     AH   information  thank-,  fully ^received    by the    sheriff or the  crowi^ aitoracy"'atySudbury, AOat.A.-.;  ������������������"'������������������ *"1'!"-'PROF IT*-'Sri AR I NQ^A a: .-.;��������� :-y;  A Boston Store Said to Have Carried  It     FUrt^St..;.;-.;���������  ANever attempt to radse'trees When in  full leaf, as ti% ^llemvariably die.  y JProfit-sharing, ,wEi^;Mn% America is  ;;yh$ially an. .e^ri^ut^.hla^b^en; :in  . 4*t^tical,app%o&oj-^^  ^^Beutury in Engipd^^T^^dmbe^b'f labor -  -*' ^;partner^p/8ode1^eafteere Arose from  JifiAiri 1883 to I12/IaBt;^ear,A*with an in-  ^ejfiBe in business from $8ob,06o to above:  ^M^fim.:X^AAx������m^AXA:  .;.,..   x  ii&The South ;M^trb]36li^|Cbmpatty*lasi  year.; diVjded^������t*f80,C^  plbyees, the equivaleritibf?ttijlfepbr cent."'  dividend' on' thf&twi*^^  years is hasA>distribUted������''^  orse llisi���������iii|^i  Prince Edward ���������'���������^axmtiii.XSolc^^^  ���������jWw������w3&i  remedy  alljrourid  xmn^mm&mm^^^Mt������^t  ���������One Greaty;A^ieyemefitt.Du  y -k'e&^jrati^  ������'g*fa'-.the:  yl������to| an  CiWlllfrva   /\t j'tAVrA** ��������� ������%*>r������^ >vfc-A-li-i������ Jt ���������'- %-*ii������ '^���������'���������yi-*"l������_'!_'���������. Z. '.  Thus'opens the very earnest letter of J.  . J.-;A Evahstori. Apfio^ve^AAriea^?W������dlu^S  ;. j^ppE.y-.: "?aj^d^yejc^ r^aluahp;ho&se'  workmen yas their yshM^iSfythe ^rofitsr  ;Six English gasA<*pmpanies;:^bpted the  *^<tfifcshs^ ,iW...,';   A"* According .tbyM6bd^-a|gyr������r^^iii.e ��������� sax.  Carnegie says that Aa ;Boa(ibri -store has  gone,:-furthe|tP'i^%|^^^tionvbf':  ; making', its? ye^oy^sfp^eiiblders^  This'estiBrtdiSfiuf^ 700  to ,900 irien, the <������pJtaiAs^KAisAheld. only  **i!5v..'j^rilbyeM-Anir^!jj'-ire^ cox-,  pdratipi*.;:-. at Aits; ^valu0;&o^dSfth^''' em^"  ^f^^ii^W^^^^^^^^eafi ,of  st6fekJ belongs; ^Asbi^Sipu^^bArking in  ***������<>   ���������af'*\vt������t '-.j ... -.r*,--"',- ;������������������''' ''X'-XAXAXy. VAA.*.  XYXc'^X^m^M^ ���������  .'���������''���������"'���������'������������������'���������' (BywavSatslceri^SAA.A  Perhaps of all the varied'melodies of  ?^ture^*,'***he->*musi^  most entrancing.   It isia'ibrttUant moonlit . night, and the Af oam-crests of     the  curling b.M'a^--ka.^ then,  breaking in ymeasured sequence on the"  hard sand, A-jre hurled;Up:.,.tht;shel".'intT  acclivity of sfbank of small/ bcbbles. the  mmm  gyi**'������i^������oi5i^cyi���������jMi^.rt4  ores  ""' '     AKejjjviline  tried different; re-,.  Amedie's^lj^lvufl^tis^  A; 'liriable ;������������������ ���������tb#rotw(i������M  A;*myUiorae -yof$\zhW  ^ai&.S'.and.A'iijiff^t^  '; ing i till I  started  ���������!4/l;b';^e.;Neiyilari^y;I;'  ... ���������''���������A;a;y;ToptileA?bf  arid  X������  a1T3u.   JnipclCt:  ; swebit iybil* aiid^f ii^ed^  '���������thrbat'Aarid'.'"chest ,;three"-tia>es:2i^rdk''yA^,fta.r  ���������;y,bii would scarcely^^ belieye^Ke^^^wte  Jhojr^^i^edAupA^Neryili^W  alsOy;yhaye: used y ;3^erviliri|iAforA poli<*y in;  ylidrs.esAvau^  cowsj and ewn^  mend Ait to ^every man -wlib ;isA riedsing  'stbek^y.;. '���������: yX yXXXX:x X A AxAAXXyjX A  AFbrAstraihsyAs^raius,::: swellings;; Acolic.  distemper,   coughs andy^  ym^rit'y'wliV pVbve;80^ffi������^  ble ias "Nerviline*'~it'3 good fos-Aiiiari or  beastv   for A mWrrial-.'VA'P'r,"' externaly   use,  r Wherever.there Aisy^airi^er^ltuftyA:-)*<ill  cure it.   Refuse; substiti.^  ties, *25c.$ five for SI, atyali doiileTa, or  The GatarrhbzonbCo.jKip.ptbn,. Out.  .......,. .a*!, I."**, yy.'"..���������  ;\A.��������� AAOrigin;' of   they tbrig   Boston.   A  a  ace  yceeded by A a^swirling 'through   tuneful  fugue 8A the ^vaters successively advance  and retire. Aj^owit is a wailing dirge as  a,faj"gber; ,wafo more f orijibly strikes' tlie.  ^pe^ble bank *;A or now the rythhdciir ca.d-  "^nce'; of  a qirightly, Ajoyousy y roulade f,  ,|,g**5iie, as *a -rippling accompaniniciit,, bf  ^tiiits. harmonious      svmphonv^ or    A iii-fi^-y������-;vy������> *���������?*!���������������v.ti?*****"*      ,,,,,..-  swaVes, the Hqiiir mv^uuii'Abfc a Ajmrtptg :b3^^c,ywhp^ywe^ obeying  JtSisAsaid ^atyih^: "libngABpslbn,''  iihet vfalt-^ y\vlii<|liA w*-^ Jamciug lasty;see,y  , b'bn'sA; rigyelii^s^ ^^a^ylitsi^ :danceaAb*^y  a 'cbu^e'A^vbjfii^A^Ai^  bs\T>chiT^A Aa,i(j,; y������jinticing-   ������������,. v.*  FollBenefiiof A^meii|viU)  Bu^r, Afroiii" f^jmale|Oi^A������ |:  Minneapolis, Minn.-���������"! was a ���������great  saffesbr from female troubles wbich  KknbsSr:  and broken dowa  c bnditibnAofg *������io  sy^xijw Alyreaa so  mucb.ofv?hatl4ydia  etable Compotiria  had done for other  sufferingAwometfcl"  felfesture7^ would  helpme, andTlcausfe  sayyit did iSelpyme?  woiiderfulj%'^������4Mif-  pains';all leftytae, X  ^*horigh^s$.^ljN^'*ld^^  ypre-emitfeiil^s^^ceWtlfe/cimri^yAr^  ^aabeAb|A  ^l|i^^^i^"ma%'^iA'ri������  ���������^ietd^Jl!^^ .  ^^b^:Mffti"^Aattd;:the"^  ^M^tionyinAiffieAmaVlg  ydcuV GcmwzythbAAnwiicahy^  yAdrainistratibnAbf:M"������ re*>UWio^ r^dered-  the island ^eoni-m^liir-v*^  liiet ti diamaud ftir yi^iprbyedAmejihsiybt  .ira.ueportaUbn.Airi^^^  iM .iu:,^ ^nAvh'fetlveip  ���������i-eutoy.^gptlg^^  ways ^laniYftd|saridAp>i8liedf5f������rAit������bward;j  compleUon by hi*iydcpW  ��������� works, is tao p������-<*-*oJiiti j������citt-.'et*>rvibev: to - l>e ���������  rvcallod  ouAyinerition%otsytheA riameAiOf;  yd'iidgb  Oliarlcs  S.^^  MRgbonA l*rbvLsional  Governor  of  CubaV  |Cuba--v3  callAthe3e  lligh^>���������ays 'the cart ro^fds of Mr;'Aiagobu,'  because formerly what made Toads triers':  were in Cuba were bullt for ox carts and  worey therefore oart roads,ythe .���������-'riarney'beT-.  : ing-AsynoiHynious.������.w*ithygbodAirba.tl3,Aini  which 'seittb it 19 still einployed.      The  building of tSieso roads litis been of vas  eoiu^i^lyl^-ien^  .;������������;,������,������.* * ������ ������j'e.yy'������,;������' ft:������,.������..������;^������.^je>?������,ji>,j*.,f,,������^  i ,"(siABY*8;:'pii'-sti^ '   jss;aha^bjthk.-be5T'-,-1cGck;-^   ;   ^ lnK^semfcldAcai&Bjybest't*^  best Aterms. v'AltKid;^^Tyier.^lionddti;" QatAAy S-ifig. -:  :'li-;yRiN*a-.'irtOTAwEAT-HERii'.  V^'y'i'-'  t|^ering cliff blends yits;yriibde**l"Aistrairis.  fs^th: the evefy varying music of y the: surf.  |*A^iid then the plaintive -sighing of the  eeaAbreeze antidst tlte leafage^yof,'the*as-  ���������peris;kn4ytl|**y  lu^riautly lip ybcili sidbAbf the beautiful eoori������TC**|^A^e strarige   A whirring  '���������^������������������iHurv^'^.'p^ 'the.  slirill cryAbf8*I l^lat������>dAcurlew, all con-A  Atribuie:.-;t^*QimA,'*^^ concerted har-  yiiivsyyyA.-A .?*.. tyy,  '���������A;.-AAfid'-Bot-"S������t]ar^i;. music only gladdens  ���������yaridyfa^iriate^"^or^liibw 'T^a^ifC3,ythb:r  nkybri-litAsui^e as, like a flood of molten  Isaiver, it .eddies and swirls in wild cbn-  fusion, or is hurled atfainst same-Srcstty  iirfilated rocks or boulders, hurtling high;  in air a great volume of spume A andy  ���������sp3ra*fjal}''':;illa^sed:.-4ai-.:i^^^4a^  the rays of the full-orbed moon; wmle/  rscing each other, bounding and dancfy  |fri-**j^Tbiig^ri*o^1i^^ rolling  ^v^-;and^ve'i^nbwy,ca*gering: -in' the>-������^"  '?0r':^towAjfistyri|j*. .tog^herA;:asAin '.'roli������^fi-  Si>m*%mooai ?. &x������ ��������� innumerable wispjif ofe  *in^thy|^n6^f'r^*ari*alf*^  and  grot-^uelvy'disportiifg tbemselves;  ���������Kf������:  .      . _ w   ^   ^.,5: ���������  ^'^wai^v^i^B^iette^^juade^public to  m  show ttey������erient%bmetts'iaa  froiriXyaiaXE. Pinkhaim'sVegetable  Compoimd-V���������Mra. JoitK G; MoijjaK,  2llfc Second St., Korth, Miiu������eapbliB,  Mi&'AA'AA, -yy      AAAA^yyAy mW^'  ^sj5? y*  Thousands ox unsoMcitedand: Mia-,  ino:testimonials liko the abovo" prbve'  thef jsfflciency of iydia' E.APiri������Batti*s^  Vegetable compound,Awhioh iaiaads  ������"tsqKi8ivbly-Hrbsn foots arid hbtbs^A p  W^bmen who suffer from those dia-  '3^sMngillsTOcuUar'to:theirsei8hould  not lostf sight of these jfa'ctffOr'doubt  then' abilitys of liydia E.., Hnkham's  Vegetable Coriipouiui *^o|i^s*r^r^heii:;  health. ' v A-:"-.-: "aa*'.',';'*aA '-A-'AyA '"  li?you want special advice write  to [Sirs. Ptakbam, at tynn, Mass.  She will treatyourlettcraastrictly  conflde-faitial. For 20* years slio  liao: beefci lielpinff' si^womon'iw  this way, fi^^cibMrMi X>oWf<  li^ta*eV--'t#^^^Mf   ,|J(|  ipbroarA of this :'raptuous ihf luerice^  : vTliia girl and niany ironi Boston >*n-:  consciously  adopted  the-   step-.' (V arid  hencefbrthyth������ stepvftook-the, pop\xla,r,  fenitcy and was- called; theA libng* Bbs-  ton A having since been Atakeri, Up: byA  a fashionSbi^%an^^gyteaH^  York and made by him the dance of  tlie ; day, A;.^:..;��������� yy.      ,-.; ^.Xy���������; v fXy.y;A:A^  .-:���������  The  stbry  goes that this: A ydaricirig  couple, niembers of the beauAymonde  who had danced at many-balls;* given;  at the most exclusive rbyalA'eourtsAiOf  Athe - 'Worldvywere^ttoriding-Aa*  dance at a, New England suiririierJAre^  sort.   They "had dined well aridA when  Jhe music "ir^one.|of;the ^tw^-steipsy^^d*.;  diady'cHJa^ge^ios^bl^fiii, e^raptii3*f''r  ing waltz they hbdAsiirrenderedAthbrri^:  -selves  so riiuchA-to * the dreamyl Asian'-:  ^outsi'^e^e^iSatai^fe  'only partly cnangodAfrom ythe twOrbtepA  tbya: waltz^ andy uiicbrisciously Aadb-pt������j  ���������e^A'ay more^'^arriibBSous^-' ysymiribttiiiSalA  r^'d.:.':p]!j^irig^a1n^^thf.n ��������� eithep-^hS :.  irjw-steqp^Qr th-^v^������z|r-From.V<^ue^>y-p  ov(*rfpols?erlrigly, -wftiutitttl.y*"'���������'-It*1 iff lofe^pf  iand attrac-tiveicbieyohq^ the    power/S'of;  'nover+weakenbdwdreelUin^thblJSsmiJdsA  a lifstise. ASurely .the utterance of the  *S:i���������:^f.?r::^!,  ^mi$*  ~'fy4&yyy:^1s&''&&r\ -..-������������������ ... /���������"'���������������������������������������������i.-;!*s  Ayyyyst. Josephy Levii^A July ;14iAl^p3AV^y;*  p^^t^BY-lasva^t^<3^::iAimi^A^M^  Ip^Uweinen^^yAw^AAbadly; Aki^^^hyA  SriyA horse last'May AandAafterAusiriff sev-  feral preparations on Amy.'���������������������������-���������.-leg.'* nothing  P"f>ul<3.do. My*;legiwasiiBlack-asn^etitxtfl���������������  Swab"laid uu in bed*'fdr^a fortnicrht j ind-v  A DEAF  SENATOR.  V ,V.i  The deafness of Senator .McEnery,* of*  Louisiana, is well known'    He iuvable/  to hear but little'of the Senate debates.  t.. . ��������� ���������   . ....     .,.. w...'  and Is obliged ff-equently ?to. ask .for;  Information as tb iiending quea tion before voting.'^ ,V^W'. y^A.^.yiyA.;  One day one of the-AWfashfegjton for*,  respondents, desiring .to-^e'fi'lRe* senator'  oniA;husinc8B,A.sent,yfai"Hi$, card;���������-. Senator  McEnery 'cariio, out' into' the. Jobby-,.' arid  thb qorreapondent, placing his mouth at  thb Btatesma|\'8yearf C-bawled out:    A ,*..  ,?^n*ft*toV,u'-bave'K jo*, got any   uewi|"  A lobk^'of ^aWto-nWhincnt como; ov*r'  MoTB*^y^fa*bei^P*i4*^^  p(^kftt,/^o..,pu,lU^s,o.utiJa .cigar, and, handing it' to"thb' newspaper' man, stallced  back Into'tfife'Senate. HeA'-vci.t'over to  the seat of the late Senator FcttuB,  of Alaha^^an-l.stliidj,,, J..^A..... ,tv... ,..-  VSpmo of .these: ^awspapQ^^cilow^ aro  mighty funny, In- -their.'ways.. One. of  thcui* cailedvmo. out just ,np-jv and asked'  m^ioft(*a.������igar^.;...������n ....... ... v'A-*-, 'X.^X'X  x���������������������������������������������<*��������� ,:..^ ,,-..**,?.,.,. ,...yu- ���������;.' ;���������'���������-,:  -  . ���������'��������������������������� '������������������ A.. FW*S>*(-r. JLVfATi.y. :,*A. ���������/,   --,A,.i  It the bui'.rfj" full of udubloiand tUe ������oul  ��������� ���������  .-tUll,  Ot ,0������r0,-.-' -1     t,'A-     ,   !������������������ ',    ������������������,���������,���������:.-   ,   . 1 ���������.:���������;.,  Tako .'-am out. to tho bloom ot tbo. brlgut,  Hpritir ,alfj   ' ., "' ,, A"A   '"  ft tho bunion gpoms ltoavy and tho baaVbenaif  down;    .'���������������������������>*������������������..'>������������������". 1',.'<.*;'-;,'..v-.!;V. * ���������*  ���������.  Tako a trip 1 to th������ Hnan ntythe ontL^t tbo  Sit tUoris. Hit thcr*, ������it 'therebn diyj"      . "  Till you 'drib  and you tl������li oud *>-ou.fUtt U  .awojri.-: ������������������   ���������������������������'*' -. ��������� n-'-'Vi,!*,*.,....!  Tlio loan and the gala-and tho grief and tbo  uloom.  . ,  T������ko'Uiem out ts tbe bird snd the boa**t and  the bloom; - ���������  ...,t  ,. > /���������,,>,.;...  Tiia.Morrow.sari ths worry sad.tbo, test*Jn  ths eys .' 1 '   . ......,������������������ .* ....  N'������<.-1 u" wblff bt'Uw mind nnd * bitwltli.* of  th6 tilor'-'i' ��������� '���������������������������.'��������� ���������*'' * ���������  " ��������� '.'*i'r,*'*" ,���������  With the ioul ������t letjt^sd tbo b������ftrt,������t,i*l������7.  Just, tub and tup UU.you fUb ita-wa/T'  lUtslnMn Inoka bad antL-tb������ worV'a' soua  wrens,    ���������   >    >    '���������'.   "���������  ���������-     ���������* *.-.   Tako u out to tUo.-woodi sod tha f|������Jda full  0. ������cns; , .      .��������� .     ,ir''"  I'o the ttcwi and tha atrimma, snd -tHey'II  h-ar ymir alory.. "1 <��������� >*  WMI*. th*iy lt>a*o to your llr������ wl|h I Imi f rush  ^       Una of glory;     ���������  ^on:t wind a bit what tho old folks ������������r.  Just fl-h and fUh till you fish ft awsf.  CroM wori*l������,  bluftt looltn, and you want io  , toreat ���������     ,, . ���������  Tbe bwt old cure for t crouch'fAund y*t  ia to tn-ti. liuda mtu wii-ro It lor** to bUlae  ��������� OS a atraam wbare n man alta down with  Ma  line.    And hi* hook and hU cork and hU halt, to  ���������tay  Till ha'a flabad and ha'a tlshad and ka'a flih-  ���������d  It  away.  ���������nutimora fun.  ���������prophetic ;visionoythat AAin, the Great:  nerea^f^F'there' sliall be rio'*morey8eaAiB  ; but11' figUr^i^?AABut whether that .be'isff*:  Or riof surely^w'tliosfe who attain toAtbe;  glory-land A**^, be accorded pennissibri  itiv'w.a^'^^'liliet^  ics ' of 'Creation, arid' 'perhaps in other  planets to see .scenes. of 'almost equal  beauty. But, surely this earth of ours  must ^be the masterpiece of Creation.  For i^iis the orb selected^by the Son of  ! Gbd':.W)^ereou^(^:;i^ake thb Great Atorib-  riifni: *rojr-'the -i|ri|vbiTB^s. ;3For "Christ hav-"  '��������� jjng ^I^yonce^iirslK-Aiio more," and it -is  Aintliitikablo^ thalf that' Majestic Being  fcould^ in' uneridlrig * Buccessiou on other  . planets ysnffer the penury, the acorn,  and the agony which He enduTed for'us  ��������� and fpri our, salvation. But it was nil  'siifferedAon our behalf iii cxplat'on of  the'sihsof those who will but como uri-'  to, Him-for. eternal life.  ^?as^,perfectly yeured^y^yAtliat  ,.  ������������������*-"- ~~'   ijj.   +I3.A ���������^^ort.-.'-'--7.A'.V-;-'*:-f-:;-./y:-;. ..':-.*  ";"-'     '''^'JosA^siEki^'  I could  ������������������pi  :/tv ;::>:  m  uPiY-y  rnM&x  ta-"ty^-...-  Cdmmefcial!jTraveler.'  v^ih  Rod, AVcnU, Weary, Watery Byea,. ,  Relieved By Murine Bye Remedy.- ..Trjr<  Murlno For- -Your AEye Troubles. Youi  WL'tcWke Murine. It Soothes. tiOo At  Your .DruRRlstB. Write Por Bye Books.-;  Free. Murine JSye'Romeclyi Co.v,)'l'orpnto.j  ��������� 1 ��������� ~i 1   * ti i^...ii.  ���������'  DONT ARGUE-  WITH THE POLICE-!  ;.������������������!*.;!'������',������������������   y .A    A,.iy* > ,;'    A- A '*:     ,    *,      . ',.:  A   (Toronto Sthr.) )  .Tlio' citi&n is badly''''ailS'.sbd--wfibf 'get*1  Into a dispute with a policoniani"    IX  lie tells you to vmb'yc on���������move.   If ho  tells you to shut rip'���������-shut.   lf'*,Ji������*j calls  you hard namou���������listen.   It. is, very sel-"  dom that a man who is mlndlnghls own  -.business will, through some'kind .of 'or*  ,roiv attract the notice of a pollcomari*,  ,'but should It happen, It woro better'to  ,Bhow open contempt for a judge of tho  : Supremo Court with hia wig on .than re*  ��������� slpt even with tho flutter of au eyelid a  Toronto policeman In search oi a coll-  :filicr.     ' ' - 5^:.'  ,, Has a Steady dob.  "I tliinic a loafer is about .as bad as  au 9rdinnry hobo." "And I think he'n  'worse;'^A- liobo moves around a ilittlo*  Init n lon/o.r utnys In the same town rind  works tlio^srlnio woman for his handouts."���������Cleveland Leaden  .������MNMMMM������lMW������Ml*������0Ma������MWMttMMMII������>MMMIMW.^MItt^  '     ���������  ������������������.,,.    .���������_,.���������, .,_,,,..,,���������,  |   ���������,!���������,���������>..���������������  ' "lM,trsiyB"'ll"fl'llmil    '  Igf>ay SAVBD";A  pyiA*n: dnberesting: nan^ivbAjeartitled ''A;  ^HerbALife-Study,'' being, incidents in t������he;  |^eriMi.rkabl������ career, of,; NioHblif Olbertiing.y  fbf ALawrenoeburg,  ind.i'���������;^^ aTOearsAin the;  SJiiiib; tlEt3uc of the Wide WorldAMfagazinb.'  Itiliertdrig'had been pwt*-m:-cha'i;ge of the'  ;^e*ry^and several, dayscofteir ;he entered;  |upon his duties Colonel Willis* .bf BoonoA  |Oo'rinty, Kentucky, was taking;;a. drove-  'ibf ^cattle across frbmALawreneeburg ,ori;  ^thc^yferri'y-boat when 'A; a vicious bullj;  y^HOse'-feet had.been hobbled:'as'a pre*;'  iycaution agodnst aodden-t, partially jbroke-  ���������from  its  fafffcemings and plunged, over-*  .board in mid-stream,'sniking almost im-  Jmediately. : Obcrting.volunteered,.to res-  Coiio tho auima/i. ..   With a kbeh-bladed  (���������knife clutched between hia teeth ho .divr  |e(i,^J������>he bottom of t.lio;riveriiwhei*e ho  'specdiiyi located the bull and. l>iber������.lved  vit with a few strokes of the ^aryp blade*,  J-'-j-.I'roed of its fetters, th������- anlriiol, rose  I at onoe to* the surface. Ober ting, how,-,  ���������icvbr; was ' le*s fortunnte. A 1 Hits :, efforts  i^to free,.the bull had ciiiised hlraltoliink  .almost}''knee-deep     in ft.'! tre������wiiheiM>us  ���������jqubgmire at the bottom of vtho river,;  a������d it was only through almost super*  htiriiu.nA'exertion Uiat  he   succeeded In  extricating lilmR.elf.      Wheiii thb youth  reached'the surface 'his etrerigthi    was  .ttes/tiiy' orient, but his presence of nuind  dldnot desert Ivlni.   Espying the .bull,.  wliflch'rwai9 a short tllstanoo away, swlhi*  iriltig ^lusWly for t.lio nhoro, *h������,-,*wiihli >-a  laot dbsporafco   effort renohed out'ond*  grasped it by ih������ ttill, whoro ho oluhg,  u,6tWy>,,*bxliaU������teil, wilnllc tliby,   animal  tbWb"d;iblm'ftislliciiT*c.. -a<Aa  ���������'��������������������������� m.a ���������'���������  j_ yy Mow ^li'ldreri \ die during   .���������_ the  hibt weather than A at* 'buy A other A ���������  time   ofytheyAyearAr    l>iarrhoea^At  "J ���������**=*������������������-���������-',)',. c������yi������jta./ luiauium,      auu    ^  ietomachy tr^qub  Awariiing, and swhon aAmedicino is   *  ���������������������������;|Bot';'at.>-h"bnd).toAgi^  y the delayAtriayAprbye fatalyto*':i&eiX  ^*jAU^;^^^������*^^  be kept in every home where there  ^yare t^ildi-en: dyimnigyttiejiiot St*eatliiy  -...''���������at-. iriwt&se'^n^^bcbaMba^^bse^  Athe Tablets y will prevent; A deadly y  > summery c^plairits^Jbr Acu*^  ^   if they come uiiespeetbaly.J'A Sxiris.A~:  -.;*fep������.$������o.^  I  "My baby suffered frbm: ayssyere  f  attack y of cholera yiafantuni, "A biit  I Tafte4 giving Fhim Baby's OW*ff\Tab- A <  -*   ie5cs\<cne surouoie aisap^aBisdi.>aau^J  heAregained health A" s-pleridi^|ly;'^A  A Sold by medicine dealers���������������������������"������������������.���������'"���������,or* by =  ������niail< vat. ao ..cents, a vOosLvfromj^aliey  AD^r; Williams' Medicine CoJ,ABrbckyA  A^ille^jOnt^A .AAy A yy-AAAAA y^AA-y^A  'X}Xy: :i?"**%^ ���������."?;?���������- ���������'^^���������'.rf^^-yy.-ffifi&gv  ;-������'s;>:>y������>������> ������rjs*.:������i;j>'j>,m. ������q>'''*-M^l*: ���������^.y  ^svBffi^xMm"  ,*fe.  Ji-Si*  AMl^ussing^u^i^  **&^������fr^'-or:;$^  there .are.Aclasses, ui,the. public schools.  iuS^ienna^o^v^^i^^  Miif'  ySeri)Ser,y"isyfiTO w  given during two,hours each* day. yTlie'  number of pupils in .each class is "limited^  W^tght'*f"vas;AaAciass^  ^u^ssfullywith^^la*ge:ynuriibenA  cnudren with-dra.w. from -other school1afe  ,teud*inoo, as ...it j'.isAwSc^tial .".that ithsy Adc'^s'  iiyo*^the*Qi6blve8A-*b*xc^^  ?*^^^^:*!cui*e. of^s^  "hriittedyi^AtheAclasses AtheAchildrenS  ^m^^l^SentS^^b'^  trouble withyjSariliglrtA^i***^  -;JtistTOiwwit^  :-wrappeir Aa^d^uiaH^  ';flbyeHnj-i������'|a^  X'^AX^AAy-^1-*^*-*-*^*^^  ,-fg>'J.^6j^-iTJB^W  :^4^1unbiiied?^ti^^^  .jGraridAPfix;;Sunday .at;:Armerioriville,';.;  saWAa^Pliiiadelpbian.y ���������f^IriATrit^yhatf  niiiidcy?it ( hitAabrbadlAvi/ithjAAliisI Anbvel,<  'John'Cavc.yAvThougivy the  ^obkiAonly;  appeared iiiAMayA the*'first*edittbHyis  Aalready sellirigAat apreiniuriiyto London  ''"coHectorsiyy-Ty:'-;".''.^  '���������A'.;;"l'ri-*'the white and,elegant restaurant:  in; tlie hearty of ythe BoisydeABoulogne  MnTi1tes*;Awas|riaturall^''jubilarit^  table A Was A under Xs.: trbe.' A ��������� A. A���������'AsbfjbA-'- air  .rustledAthe;Aleavesy'AAThe;;<;s^  f.vorysblue^and tthsy-galelarid elegant* toi-.  ���������"lets ah(>ja#yUs *^^ *?dbpp)i^  inj^patterriSifOf M������hadeyaiid AburisaftieAAAVy  X:-."Qyer.v hisA^cbffeeA-;and:-c^arettbA\MrA'  : Ti-ites talked, a > HeAtalkedy sinceAxiAwa^  GraridA.^ixypbiid^'yabbiji  toldyme';ainum)jeteof:-hbM  AAf'OueA';^lthese%stiMiesy^M  young -rJ-tMladel^iau^wh^  f rorii Athe XGovihiffif'i^  .-.riit'li-^illison^'a;:^  ���������very, elaborateydiririerAA-ylt's;^^'oAyiorOddAthing::  . ,.      ij^TED^J^i^i$'d\^  :A,'*":*A;!4J&tfsewlbit'--atyho^^  ^*U**isf:'>s^d^j),i!fe*wdjP',������s^  '���������'obBreefebiii'dv^Sendt  Jarei^^NAOdniTyiiAWanufactu  ��������� M6������tt*air*A^^w*'ttys*"'A-yAA.y^  ���������-,.X.L...y,,ii...h^���������:-   .XXmX.'.XXX. X  7*AXh  ;TbbA^^y^sWhoA;Dan  yAThtsy'-minite^  yof JtheAB.'*i'h'*rp^ :: A .  :;'tpcraty';bf .A^aricefcy' Be^  . the, Jeightbe^hyberitu  the dairit;y measure BheyhadymaiiyApbintsAyjA  *tpAriiastergfor to-dance the riiiriuetAwasAAiA  ytqyTOU^AbHtl^^^AyTh^A'plbn  &he'Swibre>:^|tl^ --���������  gloves, a A:spiled>p|irAwos goodyenoughyy^ y;  ���������>^^^^������*|^i^r^  ���������'.iyynew|bnJB'i^ad\^  ywiuchAgrawdAtl^  ��������� It^yf;fof .^hb^bigh^aii '-������������������"'��������� A'"!"'  yoru  'dancingAl^ritAset-Abu^  ' hfer,sa^ch^l^lAridb*hAClirbnicleA. '������������������.':*��������� .AAAA ^ X'X&:  :'jr jii...';i;��������� - ayy ..a;a." -^^-������������������-^-. --������������������--- ->-.^-^---^������x>  thfereV are y rmtlira^^ PhiladelphiarisAlike  :iha������y-ybungy^an7^ysy  ^;>':-TOciA-nari*aHior ;' -���������;hea^ybbm-'y  iprc^edAhisAyiipsAandy sriiiii^AaAsii^ckedJ  I siiiileAA -A AvA yAAAyy^yA;*Ay;y:y';;r XyAA'AA:  AA^lu^Avery-AhighA cart^JAhe. AAAreTOnniedi-1  "After a. very elaborate dinner tbis.yourig  :;riianydfb^A,witb:y������A^  idarkv nighty Ato ;^h^sttut:.;HiU^si^ar yme I?  yA^"TheAyp'ace:-;'v^;At*em  ^���������vs-ereAi'iriyisiMeAiri  ^t5^eiiS^b*teeaMSn^d  thundei'A y Tl^A cartAbouuced;;?jbltedv Arariy  cm ';'��������� bneA wheel ;Aarid Athe ��������� frieridA:heldAriri  ytheAgrieat' fieigiitrof the:jifashibriableAye-:.  'Im^^XxXAy^A^yA'AXAAXXXAA^XAXAXy'.  AAAjfAt. lasfe Ari������Abr|lliantly^^ted;; facadev  ^ofl^mansio^^-p^i^^  ywiudAythe'y'^rtyyi-ushed  gateway.   But  aB it made the   turn  it  AA^*y*^as*y*,^%n|||A;Eas^TO  old A chlp|JA^Spjed( th^ guls't^;--;^?^ XXM  'Airr������ij,o:'*'re^  hd*dseA.fljes ima'y; cause a real tra^  "^������~>''^** "���������>���������:?%*'��������� ������������������������������������-',;;��������� ,,"^-.:,iy.iVl'-.,'-':'!J^<:v^iiV^,'������...2Si'  with Wilson's  ;-***r  tbWbd'  i.l !l"i  >,������,. ������,-,,> M->  ������������������������**-  .,..  Mtribrd's Lfrtlm'jnt R/*!leves Neuralgia  :**yyi:i'..v;.  ���������������'������**''  "������������������.t -'I  r:aaaDLS^L  ki'b'''N;EY^  ^  ^ . ^     pajt*������aw . ���������   ^ r m*0^h     ^       ^^  !*(���������������������������  'KVpAPI'L-LS-  %iluy.y,:.y^  THB0  t:wSfeRi;,5rHI3 lHJNi;������iHM|!NT:;"(;pA;MA  ' "���������������������������;' ���������.���������'���������"A'1,-, in,'' "   '.'''A  ",N: "'A.';y.,.        (Life.    ���������' '  y "What's doing In tno-way of, amuse*  mojitsl" iisk's the newcomer   bf'tlio' old������  Inhabitant,of Uiule������l   .,,-,.   , ,���������...'.j,  .^fBftsbVaUvffswo ovory aftbrnbon  swcVa the old Inhahitnnli,   ;,,,;',-;     ,     .  "BiiHoball? Vou don't mean St 1 That's  grcat/A TAwiis a' fait from w'aybaok on  ertrtlii," On'tho tt-iuarc, do you havebttBc  ball'.ov������'ry>dayv,���������   r ,,,;������������������������������������,      ���������,.,. vy,  ������'8rire.'thlnR.". \.nt    x   >:. , yyv^A.  ; '���������'Uyyktflkcrl   This    place    ���������*uUsv,;no,  panebsllJA  Soy, this can't   bo \h l,j  thon.'' (*������"'������������������';'"'���������   ��������������������������������������������� ������������������" --- '��������� -��������� - >' ��������� ���������,'/ ��������� .'���������.���������..���������.������'. ,     ;-,  1. ���������*yes,J(*.; is.    The home team always!  ^oscs,"***1'**:*'     ���������'';;-   ���������;''���������'"���������''���������:-������������������-.���������"-���������' -       i  . .  ������������������,������..*.��������� '.  Thought Circus Performers Were Spies'  t The performance at a Bolgrndo cli*ciirt'  tof which Hon" Schmidt, an Austrian, Ih  itlia proprietor, wiih lii<ik������ui up y������uti*may  bv 11 hostile tlcmoimtrutlon or a political  'i.-fumiticr,,  . Tlm <caiui������ of, tine disturbance wn* n  incw*pnpt*r u-piitd. that the clrcua pnr-'  formers, wore really Austrian offlocrs  dl������guis������d - for ssploustge "purposc������.-*-'Prom  tho London Evening Standard.  ,of5thbAinBtructionlr,^, .,,���������  y'0^The.''yco-operatiori;-'.b*fy^  ebbtiriued the Austrijin;physician^-''isyea^  ���������p^cj[ally. timportant^ t  .-��������� cut'ey > ^bring, A th^'* peribd 'lot^%}ii^-!k^SiaM::  .ibstrubtibriTitAis: rieebssary^  y'dwri'-AhaVe;: ���������������'���������< separate ;Hrbom'-i.'A;at-Alibimb'  iwhbrbiithey v.cauo practise, the,,,exorcisea  'given;', .t^em'j',', "without, any ���������;, disturbancei  Awhats.TOvbri,f; ,^  ,'talco.\'to^hayo^^^  exbrciBes'at horiie for, at [least-four-hours  jdailyy*' nfnd ydUring the;.ifirat jtwoy iwbeks,  not to allow them to, speak.Ao.^ jall; Aesf-  cept j to .prsptiso , the exercises pr^s*3rib���������,  ,ed ^���������their'viriB'trdctorBv;'':";: '.'"yXfXXXl  v. "Keeping sKerit1 Ib bf; such importance  ���������"tJiat--*' the' success of itho' course depends  ��������� upon i;this -requirement being Btricfly ob-  Beryedv' Parents aro particularlyAi^jad-,  vlsetl never t*?' cast any doubt, upon the  bffectivbneSB of' the bourse'-!'br'XptA 'Jtlib  teachers: "Hs'-'i"!���������well'kno'wn'that.istuttcr*.  ore' lack self-confidence, and,, thiBAmuet;  bo taken into acfio,uut|^u^b treatment.;  Tho children; should; bo,;encouraged .by  colling attention :^;;-p>fogreBB. that, haa  been mbdo, f oft "stuttorbYs * are fextromoly  BUBceptlblcl to' "pralso.' Parents;! 1 hovjever,  whoiild bo' careful vto: * make no, pxpori-  monts-������.si,iio,ms,kb),-np t^ .,.; 'y.���������  "Afc the o^dL of tho ���������' ���������s'iyo weeks course,"  added ur.' Senribr, "tlte inafcrtictbit* brings  oaoli' puipil'Viick 'to hie regular" school  and indicates'to 1 his teacher what, y has  bcott aecpinpllehod,' bcsldoBj. giving, .ad-  vloe concerning his further ,i������iii'ti;uotlon.  Tlie, lcachi������*f' isv roqucBted to* try to''on*'  courage and 'inalco permiiribht'thb'"new.  habits' acquired/ Children' who liavo, tok-  bh' ��������� the^ spoolivl, courno iu Btuttcring are,  examined*bs^h month in order tb; dbte,r������  mlno ���������.whriV'i!P('rmnnont rcsultB have boon'  obtained "''-^-FiroijiAtho WnBlithgtbn 'Hdr-  'lil.:*.   ,..r���������tt'f ���������'.'���������a, *���������  I,-.:, ������������������ ���������'���������',<... *,,,������ ,y,.-| 17.^      ������������������ ���������,,.-,���������;  W-.U-K A'.n-j;-.: A-  >i:'-;AK^';:vV:H:;-.v;'Jlr y^'Vi' >'r-Vrii stSV ':* "^i'SWrfCff 'ii:,  sS;y^A>JiAb',SMOKS������A  :;'*:;;-B'r'skinie%M.';Vl**hel^  Iritrbauc^dlafcAN^e;^ "  Enelahd.' ��������� As he; wasAsmokinBr.'-her said  can vhe A made Aby'���������'drbppln^  ���������������*������*^:*^^^*-;;'*:si^  --lri**fa>f*^Iq*^briVtaegarji*:.,^  utes aa-l|pp*ur; over :ther pickles.i * Thls*?mlxture ^AyAlAA;?  '.keeDs^theablckle8A;solIdyyand?iniceA:the.AyearACJ^  rbund"tfnd?lmpaWs a rdost delicious flaVor t-jys������*yy -AyA  ':tbo*,i*pjiiiae8i^8bId^afc,J������cV-,.b^^   "���������*'"���������    ���������" *��������� ""it5������.:Ay::y>y  _ wmx^xAX  l3SlKi#|iyi  s*,s*-i-s*-***ssb**s*is*ra,sa^  S*������,^au.  ���������%%   s  IMlffllii^ifsfes  BOILED TO MUSIC  fftXXX  ;rW^JaWa^.ifine^vc^  iybicbJ'y.^i^y^ameA  'smguig y a AfamoiriiAhy  Waa    ^v-aa������iTif������ '^n .maiIUh i. ^.3 ���������''"--i.**���������*'A'i'i*A-A**i 'Xj'*^. i _���������'    W&x  ^"Jsi^hyei^^  ���������JWfsJSstf^^^-tbarn^^  ^'Bi^ythat'sAth^A  ^h^iii^^es^fbrAysbft^A-a^dA  ���������sf<*������-;hiwd."*!^^'"^^!:'^  ���������'br'def'ysbme  It   was Aeriibellished  jfigurb of 'TOrry in the ;^  -.tbplc.'-hlaA'ciga^  ��������� bid' Clay :wos^..aHve;;he^made;,a  buty his. sbns^dpri-'tAkee^Vup^hisA  ^^^^t^f^y^^^^^b.  *igOTs;yiU'y^y^iif&3;^  Olaj^in^-.^  ,rd*s A .'l! in\ W.e ri.t ^ C^s;^ Dandruff.  'than;  '������������������'���������'iS"  Mlnard  ���������"���������,���������������>-  ' ';- "',"..i 'LOT; OF'^OTUNDRELSorimAj '���������'���������  ������������������' . 1 ���������*������������������ ���������-������������������t- ��������� :a������ ������������������ ��������� . ��������� ... 11 ' '.'.��������� ��������� ��������� ,.,: '.' ",,",i,;:'-,A"'- .  A...--.;.i'A:���������, ;.Ay(N. ���������'YX'QmiiYyX ������������������i^y;.:y.y,;  ���������One thingr }iowover,^haBy,boeri;,clearly.  brought* out in the Inqrilryjvirroia^ctiyo  mam  'iolm^lrtX'Cw^^^m'o^ti^ ^  ID^lt&^^nt^WMJii'saV:^.:  Ml or lrresularr��������� pleriodtv] ^teirlij*';������nd<;a*ni������ ./  .laa, TiiDjtwa, j������; 0.b>wt^^;aiab'Ho| ijAudiers,  ... xt-^������������������-**^^y;Me]^uic^yi������?al*-*ayta'*-.***-r! *������-*--^* ���������* -  ������- N������fp6ttaneif8ii*:; "Me .  wh&'e_'cattaed'-'oT;.^ ���������peculloi*'-*6 our  'a^-lAT6u''1:eari.-,.cointltt*abA'*^  i.   <UMt ,Of onlT   19   riAntJI  aU:-w������������lf.''iWtyi'tHnrnfr.'  .���������������������������-oost;vety,yOnly!,;i'ia^,o������n.ta'i^ ..  'Wosaw'avQ^pad^-'.A^  a,.������  .'book.  fraa, oa raqueet. Wr|U  to _  liw.yM. flummiwa. Box'H. 8,  r,fj'.'i",..\.-.,   ' *���������'���������-           - -���������* '     -"  Ad<(raa������;.  Indoor, Ont.  ;'������^y^i,i'*;v*i:  J*dV*Avhloli he moved tliat'Avas ;cxoco4.  Ingly dlBorodltablo to tlioso rcBpbrisiblo  fbr Ha tone nnd 'quality^ iDrunkonricBfl,  profanity and brutaHty1|Vdprici^  brirjh some of Aits olraradtbrlBtlci. iltills>  im insult to nriyrbBpcotnblo private In  tho Marino *,,porps *to, subject him to the  qritlcvfi arid ,e^ntrol.!irof.\|omo,of:tiie:;offi<.  ald.J  Minardi'Llnlment^ ,;���������*&.',  ;ti';bfi;oh^!uappe������B ' tint rodi'-biilisrd balls  more or *!s������- oomplaloly lp������o, thoir color ^ona.  theii1 WCBont a dlaaurooablo appeiiTHTjce. -Wut  riot������ln*!l������,������a������������������r tbau lo routoro,.tbclr,,oris*  lr?Ihooor,yTo do ..this dlauolvo abma^ dried,  aorroiy'alltt^having pountlod and mttoa-iM  To"aWevaolution.: in,a ,Bfn?nvn*H?,n?Hy,,of  water  olHOOd  In  n  porculutu   i;ft|i*Uio   lorso  llould itlU;.H,������������y.topld only. and. i|dd ,s������ a ,  mordant about Ftbn drop.r ot'Milpbtirlo t6W  ���������Tut thovbsll to bswolorodtntho capaule ftttd,  leave Iti there about tlireo-auttrtora trt ail hour,,,  on - th������ (Torner of a ��������� ������������������"twre, the t������n������n������r������Mir#  riot Wins allowed to OKoeed jroni.forty do-  pro*** to tlftydogrcea eontlsrarto. "At'the ond  of that time tskt-It awsyitro-ti tlieiflro snd,  UVhe' Snerotlori' i������ \ cbmVlet'e lii' frote' Wo to  tbr*a hours, -Caro muati,be taken to .turn;  tli������ billiard ball trom tln-o 10 rim*', mo lb At  It may he colored sll oVuri -for tbo noiorlnjr  matter Ih dnpoalted Sod tho.jasrt ot tlio bajl  nt the bottom won lii lm tuo Ji.utiiy coloiiid. ,  Wheb the hall is vitlidrswn'from the l|������  oul" U only r-iqulrca wlplnttand then rubbing  atronntiv with <*. woollen rnsr to make It hrll-  llorit sssln. .tt may be. further, ���������nollahad by  msann ot oharoola leather Impregnated -with  colcotlinr. '������ '  SfJttbri;court of ' Jnnulry nro  cortalnly  'lii^t'���������   gcntlomchj, ^ndcerl,    very A :���������'-,". much  j itrorigcrA language^ Wlp't  tnelr conduoti '"��������� X>'"X���������>.���������������������������' -*������������������;,;���������.;.y.���������.^;,,i,^;,n  AlXX'yXXX'X^A'A  ������������������'���������*" '' ' ,'. ���������' -iAA-a,;,;\..  : h Bibhbs-rTlmmyprngb woinan is iijoklbd  S������jltli ������Vfqbthoi.ll; ASiobb8^Vb<,)iu������5ii;  riiust lib,; an bstricli foathor,   , , X ������������������*[A.*'.*���������  i?rf  "CiUcbuoyiBoap ��������� ..-.._- .. . .,  iBirth or. ybllot i^liot weathor^Tbr  Tttnoorolothlns, in������ uneauallodFAOi!  riurltloa.      ��������������������������� * ���������"���������   "���������-  ..^ .*���������'���������> s>.'  %  rival just from ANow, Vorlc blty, wtl?a*  thinga different. ^lt's^t<tlio Kitmlfc  ;, hero, 1 you;knpSy.������;} iV������;;ilio';: Ko^  ^-Hl.'������lh*'HNa'A,*i*iM  ave Meant?.!|  >,���������/'���������  A !fDo-.'you'-.over,.wrltO'.p'n,-'.-an...ompty:;ol^'������.:;:v.-:.,  abliT;,*An������l*'fidPtlibA y ������������������������������������  ir'r.n.twiini" ni������l:,-L'���������1  A^I^nmiAa.1.,1  ���������1$  ���������tii  fa'  ft-  11  %:t  mmt  m  am  tncstajAwiianaWiM  itV *Vso1b^W tri'ttpo;'*'.avtlBti fl  %  Can'fcHclp-Birt Lose its Hoops and  '.\%\t,  Full to Wecm   ^  Better Doii'tiYou? Then AsU >  ,  for.Pflitaiand Tubs Made of  Va* Oa^ a SoOd. Hertsned, Uiailir������ Mass    C|l|lu'������������  WSiW������f������ o'He^jO.ar Saaaa - Iwtss d������aaf as    a.Uu| O  WW  I  M  h  :.y���������.>., ' yi      ���������*  *"*>  THE CHESTON RBViSW  xrwii'M  .r���������it... i.  SiK-*<   OeS1.  W%y /to^ Bqy */km 'where there is the Most Money io be made off them}  If you do?  tstrtci  -*?  B.CC  ������������  WHY-���������Oar Land is Just as Good, our  ���������^^���������^���������^ii***������^s9'tt*t,*B*s*Bjwr������sasjsj|BB^^  Climate Cannot be Beaten,  and *uje are  ' '   * '    ,' ���������       .   ,i      ���������   "     ' ���������   3���������ww������������������������^^������������������������������������,������������������Mi���������  24 hours cKearer the Market t   :   :   :  The Raihvay Runs through this Land,  Thesr Orchard Lands are also connected by Telephone with Creston.  Isn't that evidence enough that Creston District  Is the place to buy Fruit Lands?  We have 8,700 acres in our tract, and we are sub-dividing  it into so-acre Lots*  yjur jl fi<l& is *pt>w an acre  T-efms $5oo Cash, bslsmee !n five eqyal annuii! nayments  with Interest at 6 per cent, per annum  Within the Last Year we have sold over bOO acres  Out of this Tract,  Our La,  is special  $  l rrCYUMtlO.  JS  a    -i    ���������  O AIVIVOIVI  Creston   B.C.  i 1  L  !  a  I  J--"^s  1   Wf   *���������  U'i ������1/ JL>  *%  'X  bn  SiiiRirh at KiHsRnor  *  SAWMILL AT CRESTON, B.C.  Laths,  Shingles,  Brick,  Lime'  Doors,  Windows, Mouldings  Rough and Dressed Lumber,  G^AS. O. RODGERS  IMTftti/low  'District N&ws  Miss Annie Hamilton has been* quite  ill this week, but is now improving.  ,n  Furniture  Repairing" |  ou  *      J^'-ne* figure on yonr1 New Building.  -,i,  I And Up  3; bolstering |  ���������-*;' " ���������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Tho VJf������rk nnd Price will suit.       $  CONTRACTORS   -~~^ ' ; ;������������������-��������� ��������� r-r-  We mako a Speciality of Shop Fitting, Show Cases, oto.        .   i  f ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<  - 'Shop,',-Ay'a  fitting  :;-;;;,Thoii  ������������������������������������������������������*������������������������>���������������������������<  A'A'A'A. -: -i>i-Av-.;.;J*;!i,  Estimating}  ;���������-!'������;  .*&������������������.''  iMotiStdmor  ���������nMNWK  Indutf in| L|^esr Skirts ^  Also Utideirwear^flS well as a fine asBo-i'tmerit of  ; Lad.es*   Suitings,   Serges, anjd ; S^tch; Plaids,  Rapelle and Flanel^eiti-large^:ass(6jr*titti8tits;  mtmmmmtmmfm*.,.  when news reached here from Kitchener .thas Johan Alfred Wiren, a O. P. B.  bridge watchman, had committed suicide. He was commonly known as  ���������'Big John."  Upon being notified of his death, provincial Constable Jem en went at' onoe  to Kitohener, driving over on Monday  evening. It seems thac the deceased  had beou drinking heavily of late, and  on Monday morning he left his hotol  and went down to'his shack. In tho afternoon some friends of the dead man  visited his shack to see how. he was getting along, and were horrified to find  him dead in bed, and they thought he  had probably died of heart failure.  When Constable JenBon arrived he  found "Big John" lying rigid in death,  having from nil appearances boen dead  Isovoral hours.     On oloso examination,  Mr. Jensen found that there was a strap  attached to the right foot of the dead  man, and a Winchester rifle of  very  large calibre wa-j lying in beside hiin.  Tho strap iu question was aleo attached  to tho trigger ot the rifle from his foot.  Mr. .Teuson found a bullet wouud iu the  right temple of tho dead man aud his  fape was badly powder  stained. _ The  ballot had passed through tho top of the  skull and pioaos of skull and brain woio  spattered all over tho walls of tho shack,  presenting an awful apposrnuoo.     Con-  stablo JeuHon, having previously notified  Coroners Roso and Hartin, oil Nelson, of  tho oaso, Dr. Hortin arrived on Tues-  day's onQtboundtralu, aud along with  Mr. Jensen prooooded to Kltohonor. Dr.  Hortin did not consider an inquest necessary, btit hold nn investigation nud ox*  atntned thb following witnesses:   John  Marshall, W. Telford and B.  Jensen.  Tlio ooronor then decided that it was a  oloar oiiBo bf Buloido and isBucd the usual  ,*wanant to;burythe deceased, the fuuor-  ul bpiiig arranged to tako placo at Klt-  oheiior -yesterday (ThurBday), Proviu-  olaVPollco Ofilcor Joneon havlug cluugo  of thb arrangements.  ., T1*0 docqusod, who"wns ft Swede, Imd  no rolatlros in tltis oountry,  ns fnt ns  onn bo gathorod. Ho had boon employed  by tub O.V'. JXi.tov many years as seat*  ion foreman  and latterly ns   bridge  watchmen, nnd had rooolvod a pension  from tbo 0. P. B. ; Ho was a groat fav.  orlto ariibngflt tlio������o who know-him, his  oTTly fault being his loyo for tho ������������������flowing bowl."  mr. Martin is nmsmng nis noiuse on  the inside. He will soon have a- ace  little home.  The Indians have stated that O reston  would havo a green Ohristman thii lyear,  but they are mistaken. '      '   k  Mr.'and Mrs. Elliott and Mr. andiMrn,  McLeod, of Erickson, ore Bpe oding  Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.  Mit chell-  Eriokson was well represented r it tho  Methodist Christmas tree, held at Ores-  ton on Thursday evening. ,  Mr. and Mrs. J. Maxwell have   takon  oharge of the cooking depsrtmen t in C  O. Bodgers' pole camp on block* US.  Oartwright and Hyde's men etar-tort  hauling logs on Wednesday, Tb-toy havo  three teams - drawing and two teamB  skidding.  Mr. Brownrigger has put on c n, lino  orohard lata last fall and is now ftettiug  out logs to build a now houso. in the  gpriug.  It is repotted that n large on >wil.of the  young pooplo of OroBton and Brickflou  will attend the danco to bo gt* ran iu the  hall at Port Hill, Idaho, on J Imaii Eve,  A good time is anticipated.  Mr. and Mrs. Brownlogg r md Mr. aud  Mrs. E. Martin nro going 1 ,o Kingsgate  to spend Christmas with! ir, and Mrs.  Lewis, relatives,; They o: qpopt to return  noxtPridny.'.' .;���������'..,���������,*���������..���������������������������-... ��������� ������������������  Mrs. Mitohell's baby vraii oorlouflly ill  last week. Dr; HondfrabnvpnHcallod in  and tho child is now, iu-.'pniving rapidly.  At one tiroo the child vh illnoHH wns bo  serious that Mr, Mhtcbolli who was  working at Huporoft'H. cainp, wns sont  for,);' '"���������'" X'XX.yA.-  A fow days ago, n young -man nrtmod  Dan Harkluf], who wuh-working at Brod*  erlok's ranch and, employed In getting  oitt logs, had, his fingei' badly bruisod.  Dr. HendorBon droHood the wound and  tho injured member is improving.  Men^ Pant������ of aU kind^ aiid ilze������r Fancy  ;''.';;" y"I. Vest8,'':T( s,atid llartdlcerchlef*-  W    Ul  Jnmes Crawford left on Friday  for Winnipeg, where he will spend thn  OhrlHtmns vnoaMon with his parents,  and will return to Croston lu about two  -WUtec* .  %  *������*      ������SS& BR  IB fiL��������� **k     K  w omn  liiplfglilillll  ISSSBiS S'II^bhinm  ���������������������*  i  Tuesday, January 4,1������I0  Jessie Marie  March  8  esprit t  Robert Meikle Concert Co.  Thomas Charles Wetton  BeBide-" the nl-jovo, thero will bo various othor attractions from time  to timo during t.bo Winter months, pnrticulors.of whioh.will appear in  this Bpace aud iu the local column as occasion rqanirps.  rg-lim padip Manager.    \  *?<>��������������������������������� <>**������������������- ooo^d". '������������������^^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.,t>,e'  Fourteen Rooms now  ready for "Roomers "  iu the. Baast Rloclc;  All pcre.'y furnished.  Hot a: ad Cold Eatlis  ' N0T1C1C OK APJ'LICA.TION,FOtt THANB-  FlSft OI* LIQUOB LiIOKNSK ������������������*.',''  '. Notice In lioroby ptlvon thai, tiilty dayi* alter  dime, I, the uudcnilRiicd. iulcnd tonpp)y to  tlie Hiiiiotliituiiiloin, of *ri'ovlnalal'Police ut  , v ictorlu, tdr a tnuiNfur ot* tliawbolosalc llriuor  iicenno  now holit by -mo for llio- promlue������  Unotvn tin the CrcRton Wlno and Bplrit Co. to  ���������iVxi'rH. Pooloand Bmltlt, of CrcRtun, B.C.  dJv.lod at C'rehton, H.O., Decern lior l������t, hkhi. ���������  i-iiitClVAIi Jl,.GOUFllli.Y.|.  NOTIfiK OF Al'Pt.lOATION FOH IiiqilOIt  ���������'���������-.. J.lt}lSNH]!T   -.-..:  ToUo'cVvUioUnvt ivc, I'oolo and Hmllh, of  tb<\ towji.ttf OrcKlon, ll.C. llidty duya tutor  ,bvto, Ituond-tottpuly to the Huporlmciidont  of rr'>vl'u-\m\Volleo at Vli-iiorlrn for a wliolo-  *   ������������������ ���������"' ......i.- -tromlneH known ns  t Co,, nt Crchton,  FR/\NK   BAST  wain llMiior.ll-xinflo for llio ui  tln������ cr-'Hton, W.lno nnil Spirit  lmtud at ^'w^^'^'IsVfiNEV pooi?!?19'  .G011D0N BMITJI"-  Schofield has 333xMnjorUy  , Following bro the oflloln,! flguros nn  tho result of tlio elootion in tlio Ymir  Elding: J, H. Sohofleld, Ol)l> votos; A.  M. Oliver, 11(1(1 votes. Sohnfinld'Hinn-Jor*  ity was Oni). Tbo pleblselto on looal option v/no defeated by JK> YotMsintb������  riding. vTho voto stood: -181 for, 401  ngslnst nnd IK rejected or ������pol\ed ballots. In' order to onrry the | ���������.leblsolto  must receive CO per cent, of 4Jio total  T Ol* C**t* fo*" *b*������ candidates.  A novel en tartaiuor, in.llio person  MIiih Mnrle ��������� I iiiPj^ers, will apponr at  Croston AudiA ibrjnui on tho 4th of Jc  ary next.        ,:,,,.  MIhs Blggo; era lias' been cugnged by  Stnr EntortaJ iiimenti Courso nnd is re  a roninvkablo ��������� ontertalner. Sha Is :  lively the onAiy lady iutlfifc in tho Bo:  Ion enpablo r if giving on entire evonl  unlurtaliiiuo hit, nud holding her audi  upollbouiul f xom Htart to finish.    S)  nn Ani'trlCM n who hiiH HTiHiit ninny :  Hhf* if" fiMiiilliif with  audiences and offers an c  ������, novel and unique iih  .ml i������tor������r*iing. All lovi  literature own it to tlii'im  wtvliin wn evening for  a January -Uh.  diumolutioh py I'AnrsKitami'  Notice Ihbcrr-hy ittV^n Hint tho oo-imiliior-  flttn licrctororo HUbalatltiK hciwpen.tliounrtor-  Mmtod iih llvory Hiabte l{*ijpJirHundcrtbf*iirm  riiiuu* orM-'Cu-nth l������vtm��������� ivt'Ci*' wton,,B.C., hars  I <IiIh day IX'cn difnoiwil liy inttttiul cotmont.  1 All di'������������t*4 iliio'tbu Milil vntlncivlilp almll bo  l tnlil loJlimliHtowiirtMH'rooib.'iilbliiomce;  Hlnhir nvenue, froHion. \* C.and all purtner-  Hlw'p dobtM isri* to bo juild by lilmj'X:'M ���������������;'.���������'..:.  liitcd iitCroHton.,u.t'..XJ*e--' "  Wi   /and.-iooe.  :1IUOU MCUHKATH-  ���������i'HOMAH ^qOHyiA.T"*  'tV'AI  an Canudn,  likim of nl)  iiltmiMiti ii  poWorful ii  tbo best In  to plm) on  Olirt/erS o:  %  the I THE   CREOTON   SHOttMAKKW  **'^��������������� 1   Best WorkmaiiAlilp  ,,*">   I  Hoots uud BhMS mode to Order  irthieftl  MiNU  I  A Bpeoittllty iy$-y  '.'.iC'V. A >.'-  THE   CRESTON   REVIEW.  Which  is Sometimes   Too  Appreciated.  Little  .'.*:  (Xew York Independent.)  We. need here in the United States a  B*tie moire of that good old EnglUih  blunifcuess on the part of .modest meii  sad isbaoen Who know tlheir own wortft������y  wfcen iae-a and women of the aarc^ant  fiort get in the way or try to be paifcKwi'-  ���������bong,. .Our obaerraution is that nowhere  iu the- wcttM are men sad women of ax-  ooptipnal    iuteMectuai    attainments    eo  IssklUS   Si  CS*������-GS������S������ uiKUti   S3 tSiSy   at*5   Ul  the United States.  This phcnodnenom is a oouwtprativsly  new pike in American life. To-day,  mohesy ia power, and *aot omly does the  raaan with raoaay pusfo*. himself into prominence and dictatoxtship, but also the  man.of personal worth holds his tongue  M-V lets tho upewrfc. brag, atid boss.  It takes a wrtain amount of courage  for ������n indrividusJ, face to face wi<bh a  person politically or fraaiicially prominent, to tell him to stay on Ida own reservation and. mind his own business.  AmerJcaiB have been inclined to regard  tlie.Engtobman's habitual manifestation  -of this particular kind of courage aa a  disagreeable quaJKy. Perhaps it is. But  ���������we aire convinced tbat it is a necessary  qisdiiy. and tbat its cultivation is an  essential part of that eternal vigilance  whi<*3i is the price of liberty. We believe; t3ia.t the men and women of intet-  Isctusl wc-rtfe in America ought to cultivate it as an act of public duty, even at  some, sacrifice of their own fe^ii*4fs.  Minard's  Liniment Co...  Limited:  Gentlemen,���������I have used MINARD'S  LINIMENT on my vessel and in my  family for years, and for the every day  ills and. aceidents of life I consider it  has no equal.  ���������'I would not start on a voyage without it, if it cost a dollar a bottle.  CAPT. F. R. DESJARDIX,  Sclir. "Stroker," St. Andre, Kamouraska.  fYn.sa.rf fla.*  H^**������i4H***������S***������*  a   ������r������ *������ ������������* trik te*  v<b asat.B*p*cpj  was  A Bad Case That Proves Cramps  and   Stomach   Disorders   are  Cured Fast by Nerviline.  "The distress I suffered from cramps  last summer was so severe J thought it  meant death," writes P. B. Emerson, of  Guys Hill, F. Q. I was doubled up with  pain aud ia such bad shape I oouldn't  walk a hundred feet. I remembered having Nerviline on hand and took half a  tea-spoonful in sweetened -water. In fivo  minuteB I was well a^d my stomach de-  For .cramps,.^latule-aoe, diarrhoea and  disorders of i.tiie .stomach' aud bowels,  Nerviline. .koOFS; no equal���������one million  bottles used every year���������fifty years on  the market, .that's proof enough of its  merit. Large 25c bottles, five for $1.00.  All dealers or the Catarrhozone Company,  Kingston    ~  A LINER'S LAttDER.  vmi.  ������������<������      ���������    ������������������  Uses of Common Salt.  A little salt thrown on the flarae will  clear it for broiling meat.    Marble wash  stands that have become discolored may  .be scoured first with wet salt, and if  that does not remove tbe stain, with  salt and lemon mixed.  Salt mixed with vinegar is excellent  for cleaning coper utensils.  To remove iron rust, wet tbe spots  with salt and lemon juice and hold the  material over the steam of a tea kettle,  then put out in the sun.  Salt and lemon mixed will often remove ink stains that are fresh.  To set colors in cottom materials.  soak before washing iu strong s>alt wa-  **^r.  A pinch of salt added to eioam will  make it whip more quickly.  Cake batters and candv aro both ini-  Vast Amount of Food Consumed on  Ocean Crossings.  They do not victual ocean liners on the  "s-aack-from-the-joint-aaid-two-veg." principle. Here are some items culled from  a largo  Atlantic liner  company's ."food  bill ttx* tvntk  vfto.r- ~    ".. -��������� -   ~_������ ^ -.��������� . *^-������  Meat:  Freeh beef, pork, veai, mutton,  and lamb, over 10,600,000 pounds. '*��������� "Po-uS"  toy  and   game:   Duclra, fowls, tblrkeys,  stc.,,aKM-e titan 1,000,000 pounds.    Fish,  about*. 1 Q60.QO r^v,.r,A*.   u������ tl,o tkt**~\.:~..  ton Post. Beverages.- Ooampa^ne, claret, minerals, etc., 800,000-odd bottles, besides 500,000 gallons of lager beer. ' The  ahount of bread consumed was 3,900,000  pounds.'  Potatoes stand ait 20,000,000 pounds,  buitter- at 1,20,00 pounds, and. ice at 24,-  000,000 pounds. Oigarettes -land cigars  were smoked up to tiie tune of 2,327,225.  Taking just thus last item, and allowing  three edgars /and seven cigarettes as ti  dally dos*e per head, the number , of  smokes consumed in one sin-Brio year on  these liners would keep ten men in tobacco every day of tilieir existence fov  a "puriod of about 70 years.  m  m  i  Tho finest, fabric is  not too delicate to  be   Asfofy   washed   WJth  Sunlight   Soap.     "Whee  -^ ������tfcer^caps &������ve*Usjure������j  "-fcis   MUtCrkK^Ti,  Fisk's   Price   of   Lies-      t }  James Fiak, jr., had been a peddler from his boyhood days through  New Zealand towns. His father was  a peddler, and James had been  brought up that life, absorbing all  tho bluff, nerve and flashy display  characteristic of the travelling vendors of Yankee, notions and tinware,  who were conspicuous iri the early  days, before merchandising had developed to a perfect system. It may  be said of Fisk that he had been a  prince of peddlars, and his wagon  was spectacular in appearance, being  painted in tlie brightest colors, and  to which he drove four well-groomed  horses that always attracted a large  crowd of rural admirers wherever he  went.  A story of an incident of the days  when he was travelling with his  father illustrates Fisk's standards of  moral honesty. An old woman charged Fisk, jr., with having misrepresented the value and quality oi a piece  of. calico, sold at 12><" cents a yard.  "Well, now/' said Fisk, jr., "I don't  think father would tell a lie for 12;^  cents, though, he might tell eight of  'em for a dollar." James;.'.-'jr.*,.. had  graduated from a peddlar to a merchant and had accumulated $64,000  when he came to Wall street.  THROW AWAY AIL  YOUR FEARS  Backache,  Gravel  and  Rheumatism Vanish before Dodd's  Kidney Pills.  proved by adding a pinch of salt.  add a little salt, lu making mayonnaise the salt should p> in last.  Grease on top of a hot stove lid ean  be quickly rubbed off by putting wit on  the scrubbing brush.  In scouring boards, strong salfwater  or wet salt is a great ���������.���������lean'-or. -New  York Times.  18 L08BEB TORTURED  A   Ser-gt.-Wheeler   in      R.C.A.      Finds  Cure   From Agonizing Skin  Disease.  Sergt. Wheeler Thos. V. Bennett, R. C.  A., who lives at 7G-3 Albert street, Ottawa, describes the relief which he got  from D. D. D. Prescriptions:  "It lives me pleasure to commend D. D. D.  to mUns front skin dioeases. For three year*  I suffered intensely from a skin disease which  I develoDed on the back of my neck- It grew  .cOEtlnually and, sometimes caet off seals.  ������l������tfcboi-������" advice, prescriptions, salvea and  extensive blood medicines were lavlsbly used.  . At last I louod r������lle* in D. D. 33.. nasi ac-  oordin<* . to directions. It Required Just one  bottlo to ������ffeet a cure. I am no longer tortured sol have no hesitancy ia acknowledging  to the -World the worth and virtue of D. D. D."  Blood medicines cannot kill the germs  in th*; skin which caupe eczema and other skin diseases. Salves fail because they  cannot penetrate. D. D. D. goes right  into the pores, kills tbe germs and cures.  For free sample bottle of D. D. D. Prescription write to tlte D. D. D. Laboratory, Department D, 23 Jordan street,  TorontoA  For sale; by all druggists.  BOER AND BRITON.  SAFETY   FOR   CHILDREN.  Mothers should never give  their little ones a medicine thnt.  they do not know to bo absolutely safe and "uvrmlc-s. The  so-called soothing medicines  contain opiates that sluplfy tho  cbild without, curing its nil-  incnts. An over dose of tbese  medicines may kill the child.  Baby's Own Tablets it tho only  child's, medicine thstt gives tlio  mother   tho   guarantee of   a  go\-  ������������?������o������������ t-  *!*L*V*������    **M"1*    '*  ������>'������������il������h������*'  *!..������ f...t,,l  !lO    polaOUOUo    vipt'lt."   <���������������  drn-/. The Tablets cure constipation, indigestion, wind colic, diarrhoea, destroy worms, break up  oolds. and mako teething easy.  Sold by till medicine dealers or by  mail at 25 ceutii a box from The  Ur. "Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  %ille, Ont.  the coloured  things, re-  aieoiber the  word Sun*  light. ���������      ������i*  Kow' Cotjld   He?  "Vioicufc circle";!** a t^rm used in  ISSUE   KO"A*; 1^)9  the   medical  world".  ���������jxamjolo   oi  ���������������<���������  rV.  Proved Once Again in the Case of  Mra. Fred Krieger, Who Suffered  From the Worst Forms of Kidney  Disease.  I'almer Rapids, Out., Nov. 1.���������(Spc.  cinl)���������The thousands of Canadians who  live in daily terror of those terrible  forms of Kidney Diseaao known au  Backache, Gravel and llheitmatism, will  lie deeply interested in the story of Mrs,  Fred Krieger, of this place.  "I was for years a great sufferer  from Kidney Disease, travel, Rheuimv  tism and Backache,*'' Mra. JCriegei*  states. "It all Htarted through a cold,  but I got so my head ached, 1 was  nervous, my limbs were heavy, L had  a dragging sensation across my Hon*,  and I was totally unfit to do anything.  "Reading about wonderful cures by  Dodd's Kidney Fills led mc to buy  some. After using a few 1 found they  were doing inn good and this v-ncoju--  nged mo to continue their use. Eight  boxes made mc well.  "I have been able to do my own  work ever since nnd to-day I nm completely cured. Dodd's Kidney Fills  gave me health and I feel like a new  woman."  If you keep your Kidneys strong and  healthy you can never have Backache,  ���������Rheumatism, or CJnivel. Dodd's Kidney  PHI* never fail to make the Kidneys  strong and well.   *���������*���������������������������������������������   What  Makes   Electricity?  Lota of other people would like to  know what mttkcH electricity, but no-  body doftB know it. \V<> know a good  many thing-- about electricity, -just uh  wo know a good many things about life,  But we do not know wli.it makes. tli������;  different-*! lxtwccn a dr.-id lr.-c and u  live tree, although wo Itnow tho difference perfectly, Just so wo know that  It is dangerous - to touch what in*e cull  A "live wire," bocauKe ojectrieity in  ps������������ing through it, but v/ti do not knew  what electricity i*. W-i know how to  make electricity do wonderful tiling**  tnv tin, hut wo do not know what  "muken ������ileclricity."~FK)������n "Niituro  and BeitnitV" in November Hi. Nlcliolan,  ��������� ������������*>'<H* ������  llw'I, Weill., %v������.tir������, ���������Vim"fry l������yf������*.  Uulliived ny Murine Ki'o H'-m-My, Trjt  Mnrini* l'"or Vonr l-*>������ TrouMes. ���������., Voj  \V|* eMU'' MuHri.:, it Uoothnw, Mc. At  Votn* uniKKlHiH. ".Vrlui l^Yir Ky������ IlflHnk-..  Vtr,<\   Mtirit,*. K"<- ������������������ .������n.<i" fti,., Toronto.  mm hi ������*'������ #ww  A iVill-'i.w *-������������������������������������������������'������������������.;iiiw* v,";;l-������*,-.'; wp fef!-  Inf)* like tho d^'tifrt h<ur>aii������o h*������ felt  like a l-ins: U>e ninth t lief ore.  Roosevelt Finds Then Growing Up  in Harmony Together.  It was   pleasant  to   see    the good  terms on which Boer and Briton met.  Many  of  the English  settlers whose:  guest I was, or with whom I hunted  ���������the Hills, Captain Slatter, Heatley,  Judd���������had fought through the South  African war; and so had all the Boers  1  met.   Th6 latter had been for the  most  part members   of   various   particularly     hard-fighting   commandos;  when  the war  closed  they  felt, very  bitterly,  and wished to  avoid  living  under tho British flag.   Some moved  West and some East; those I met were  among  tho many  hundreds,    indeed  thousands, who travelled northward-���������,  a few overland, most of thom by water  to  German East Africa.   But in  the'  part in which they happened to settle  they   were   decimated   by   fever,   and  their stock perished of cattle sickness;  and most of them had again moved  northward,  nnd    once    moro    found  themselves   under  the    British   flag.  Thoy wero being treated precisely on  on equality with tho British Bottlers;  and every well-wisher to his kind, and  above all every wcll-wishor to Africa,  must hope that tho men who in South  Africa fought no vnliuntly against ono  another, each for tho right uh ho saw  it, will speedily grow into companionship of -mutual respect, regard,  nnd  consideration such as that which, for  our  inestimable  good   fortune,     now  knits closely together in our own land  the men who wore tho blue mid tho  men   who  wore  tho  gray   and   their  descendants.   Thoro could bo no bettor  and  manlier  people than  thoso,  both Enslisli and Dutch, who nro at  this moment engaged in tho groat and  difficult taBk  of adding East  Africa  to  tho domain  of civilization;    thoir  work is bound to bo hard onough anyhow; and it would  b0 a hmiontob'lo  cakmity  to render  it more, difficult  by  keeping alivo a  bitterness whioh  ha*   lost   all   point   imd   justification,  or by failing to recognize the fundamental virftuOH. the fundamental char*  actoristlcs, in which tho mon of the  two  stocks  are in reality  bo    much  rilike.���������From  "\frlonn Game Trails,"  by  Theodoro TtooKOvelt.  in  tho  November Hcribnor.  r^w^iWH)i"Wiii>i.iW***^tw^lMij|)[*y''i ii in    ^wiimw  NKVHIl TOIKJIIKI) HIM.  "Vm," hhIiI lite amateur fisherman, "I  e-*ugli',   it   Uiei-i'-'miHtd   tri-ill   yu-iU'i'diiv,  nud whll<! at tho eiul of my lino in mill-  r������ir- It w������h M'lml by a hawk and carried  off."  "You're all right," rmlolnetl the vUlngo  grocwr. 'Much a trifle an ftxlrig the  *,rf"^*if nf w flub befrtrf M 1 m**-rf������������������ <f. *���������*������������������*'���������  im���������������|r ymr uturidltitf in tlwi Ananias  ������oU*������  HER  FUNERAL.  "Sir, I wish to marry your daughter,"  faltered the young man.  "You do, er?" exclaimed the fond  parent. "Well, I have been rather expecting this, and, to be thoroughly orthodox, I shall put a few questions to  you.  Do   you  drink?"  "No,  sir.  I abhor liquor."  "You  do,  eh?   Smoke?"  "I never  use tobacco in  any  form?"  "Well, I dodn't suppose you ate it. Do  you frequent the race course?"  "I never saw a horse race in mv life,  sir."  'Um-in-m.   Play  cards  for  money?"  "Emphatically no, sir."  "Well, young man, I must say* you  are heavily handicapped. My daughter  fis a thorough society girl, and I can't  for the life of me see what she is going  to do with you. However, it's her funeral, and if she wants to under lake the  job   she  can   risk  it."   ������������������������������   BENEFIT   OP "THE   DOUBT.  (Chicago Tribune.)  "Mr. Wiggins, I*d like to get a pound  of cheese.*'  "What kind, sonny?"  .   "Why,"   said  the   little   boy,   hesitatingly,  and  not   quite   sure   he   remem-  1 bered   what  his   mother  had   told   him  to ask for, "I think they call it the���������  the Hercules county kind."  .   Whereupon the new salesman  nt tHfe  grocery   store made  a  wild   guess  and  weighed out a pound of Limburger.   "*><������'   ~"NMODERN LIFE.*'  (Tjonisvillc Courier-Journal.)  "That's a  well-bred  child."  "You bet she is.    Never corrects her  parents publicly,  no matter  what  the  exigencies of the case may be. '  CURED INONEltlONTH.  , It every woman, who ban Kidney or Bladder troublo could bo to Pavlevllle, Ont,, and  talk to Mffi, A. Simpson, thoy would do Just  as site  did���������take   Gin  rills and   cure  tliem-  BClVOS.  . 'For II or 15 years I had Kidney nnd Bladder  trouble. Hufforlng nt times lntenno pain. 1  doctored continually but nothing savo mo  Derma-rent relict uutll I was pormiadod to  try Gin Pills.  "Wllliin a oouplo ot dayn, I received great  relief, and nfttir tnklnR ono box, I was completely cured,"  MRS.. A, SIMPSON.  'Write National Drujt & Chomlcal Co. (Dopt.  II.L.i Toronto, for free sample.  60c a box, C for $U0.   At nil dealers.  ���������  ��������������� ������ ������   THE EXCEPTION.  (Ilnrpor's Weekly.)  Their toucher had been tolling tho pupils of the (heat Halt Luke in Utah, "the  water of wliich," sho explained, "is so  extremely unity that no fish can live in  it."  This statement proving too much for  the credulity of WilHo Parkor, ho roso  with this question i  "Bog pardon, "Miss Smith, but can't  mackerel live in it?"  ��������������������������� ������������������������        ,   .  Minard's Llntmont Cures  Diphtheria.  . ���������+������������������������������>. -���������  IMS PROSPECTS.  (Louisville Courier-Journal,)  "I fear I nm not worthy of you."  ' "Ne'/or mind about that."   rospoiula-l  the     young lady, with thn kiiiuuo jaw.  "Between mother and my-telf J .imagine  wn can  offect    tho  neeoHwiry improvement a."  TllK AGE OF CLEANLINESS.  (''ittslmrg (biaette-Times.)  Dolegutw- attending tiie national cott-  vciiliott of laundrymcn in Chicago report  a decided boom in btisitiew* the. last few  \eurs, dm* to the pleasing fact that  pfitroiv* eh tinge their shirts and collars  more frequently than of yore. Onc-co!-  lur-a-day men, it appears, are nnf.'h  moiv numerous i.han formerly. 'I'hori-  are even quite an appreciable number of  oue-Miiit-a-day men. A writer in a  tiude journal declarea that tlu* demand  foi bathtubs is increasing by leaps and  bounds. 'Hie enthe annual output of  several large ftu-torieis has been contracted for in advance, while plants nre  being enlarged to care for the additional  oidera, which, expeiienee -shows, may  confidently be expected. lastly, wc have  the testimony of the -soap manufacturers. They weie never so prosperous.  Persons who fonuerly bought n cake ot  soap at a time, are now purchasing it  by the box and using it up at a rapid  rate.  ���������-     <������������  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Garget   in  cows.  its psychological uso applied" to, argument may bo found-, in Joseph A.  Scovillo's book, "Old Merchants of  New York City."- '  Tom, the son of a wealthv, man,  was a great favorite .with all', who  knew him, but he heartily detested  business. A merchant of New York  had hired him as bookkeeper at a  high salary. Nevertheless. Tom got  into the -habit, oi reaching the office  late, and later, until finally he got  there about 2 in th������ afternoon. When  this state of affairs had gone on for  a week the merchant remonstrated.  "But, my dear, sir," returned Tom.,  "how can I como any earlier? 1  don't get my breakfast, till 1."  "But get your breakfast ��������� earlier."  "How can I? I dort't get-up till  12." >���������   '     '  "Then  get up earlier."  "How can I," pleaded Tom, "whon  I  don't go to bed until daylight?"  In the face of such convincing argument there was nothing to be said.  ....    *������������<���������������  Mfebouy Soap Is daUght.ully relrepblng for  bath or toilet.   For -washing underclothing lt  is unequalled.   Cleanses and purifies.  ~    ������~���������-m ���������������������       ��������� -  STRICT OBEBIENCE.'  (Boston Transcript.)  Salesman-���������Shirt, sir. Will you Lavo  a negligee or a stiff bosom?  Customer���������Negligee, I guess. The  doctor say������ I must avoid starchy  things.  - ��������� ������������������������ ������   The  Malays.  There is a very common idea that  the Malay is a race that is dying out,  killed in its own country by the enterprise of Chinese. Tamils, Javanese (who,  however, are kinsmen of the Malays),  and Europeans. To those who come out  East expecting to find a few miserable  remains of a once powerful race, whose  probable fate is that of the noble red  man of America, if not that of the  Australian aboriginee, says the * Java  Times, it comes as a revelation to find  a sturdy, independent and courteous  race, whose ianuage runs from Suez lo  Australia, and who, so far from dying  out, are yearly becoming more numerous.   ^-a-������    -       -   -  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  _i ���������������-������-������   THEN THE JUDGE EXCUSED HIM.  (Everybody's Magazine.)  Mr. McGuire  -\\*as being examined fov  jur*.' duty in a murder trial.  "Mr. McGuire," asked the judge,  "have you formed or expressed an opinion as to the guilt or innocence of the  prisoner at tlie bar?" '     ' '  "Oi have not.3 .  "Have yon any conscientious scruples  against capital punishment'?"  "Said Mr. McGuire with decision:  "Not in this case, yer honor.    "  ��������������� ��������������������� ���������  Gentleman���������There's one of my shirts  missing. Rlanehiseuse���������Yes,'..sir; I lost  one. "Yet you charged me for washing  it." "Oh, yes. It wa'Ovashcd before it  was lost."���������Bon Vivarst."  AGEN1S  WAi*-  -Li.  AGENTS WANTED-'TO'    SEI-I"    KIDNE  and-Liver ModlcateG. Pads.   Sometliltt  KIDNEY  _.  l������i"  entirely original and-new.- Used by men,���������*"���������  men and children. Sells' quickly-on belti'v*-  ehev/n Agents make big' money. Address  the Medicated Pad Co., Windsor, Ont.  f*- ANY ASSESS OF GOOD ' ADDRKHS  \* wanted to 8ei;i teas, etc, to the best famine-,.   Alfred sTyler, Loudon, Ont.  Indian Landmarks in Ohio Woods.  In the vicinity of Defiance ean !*'���������  found trees that many would tfliink  freaks, of natur-.*. Such they are, bit',  they are created by the hand of man.  According to the stories oi t-uni������ of tho  old timers these trees are much older  than the present generation has any ido,.  of, nnd at one time served as IruHa.it  guide posts. It is *aid that in the curly  days, when the Maumec Valley wa<������ oue  vast woods, the Indians bent these saplings to indicate certain paths. The  trees, because of their deformity, grew  slowly, and although 'they are ninny  3'ears old never attained'the'size of their  exist  near Fort "Wayne.���������From  the  '"���������do-Blade. '   ������������������ *  Tt.  Siihj  quickly stops-coughs, cures colds,, heals  the   throat and  lungs.  -.���������-    ���������   25 ccnt&.  ig. c ,g*       - ��������� ' ��������� '   ���������  AS EASY WAY OUT.  "Here you," said the conductor, an-  giilj-, "you rang up a fare. Do that  again and 1?H put, you off."  The small man standing in the middle  of the crowded car promptly rang up  another fare. Thereupon the conductor  projected him through the crowd and to  the edge* of the platform.  "Thanks," said the little, man. "I did  not see any other way to get out. Here's  jour dime."  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.  ��������� ���������       ot  DEFINED'.  ' ���������  (Houston Post.)  "Dad, what sort of a bureau is a matrimonial bureau?" J   .  "Oh, any .bureau that has five drawers, full of / women's fixings and one-  man's tie in it."  XFREE  RAW FURS  WANTED  SHIPMINT6 SOLICITED  WHITE  FOR PRICE LIST   <  AND SHIPPING YAQS  W��������� C. COFFATT  DRILL'!!,.' DMT*   "  PILES CURED AT HOME BY  HEW ABSORPTION METHOD  If you suffer from bleeding, itching,  blind or protruding Piles, send me your  address, and I will tell you how to cure  yourself at home by the new absorption  treatment; and will'also send some of  this nomc treatment free for trial, with  references from your own locality if  requested. Immediate' relief and permanent cure assured. Send no money,  but tell others of this offer. Write today to Mrs. M. Summers, Box P. 8,  Windsor, Ont.  '���������������������������'��������� . '.���������mny   ���������   ;  yy'  THE CITY MAN AND FARMER. A  The  city  man - Is mighty  proud,  and given  much to bragging, ������������������'* ���������'���������.'���������'������������������'  Ho seems to thlnK. it Is a crime to linve lite  trousers  bagging;  He spends his money  faster than lie earns  lt. an a rule,  He labors when the daya are warm and whon  tho days arc cool.  * '��������� ���������      *-  A living Is tho beat he gets, though now and  thon bo sacs  To   concerts  that bis  wife  enjoys, once  in  awhile to shows....,  His round of pleasures Isu't large,-yet aalc  hlm and  bo'll   say  That ho prefers tho city to tho country any  day.   y"  The city man's conceited, and you often ho'tir  bim flnocr  About  the farmer and his ways, nad often  ho will Jeorj :���������'���������������������������  IT6' Ui'akh about tho tailored clothes In wliich  ���������'../;,- ho la. arroyod,.     ,  And, It tho truth wero known, tbo bill for  which in yot unpaid,  Ho boasts about tho table that,his good wife  dally  soUt, , ,    .  But novor flays a word to you about bis pile  of debts; '  To bear him talk you'd think tbat bo had  all tlio bast of llfo,  And yot what little bank account bo lias he  owon lila wlfo.  The farmer, though, plods oa Ills way, with  llfo ho Is content,  He hiutliad his littlo troubles, but lio owes  nu man a oont;  Tlm farm ho has Is paid for, and ho owns  a motor cur,  And whon It comca to Bwoking ho enloya a  good clear.  He comca to town moBt ovory woolf, to buy  or soil may bo, ���������    ,   ���������  But lio onn wrlto a dot-on nlinclcs for Bums In  figures throo. ,  And lio can nny for what ho want*.   That's  moro than \ can do,     ,       "'���������*"������*  Who RcUi  tho moat onjoymont oul of llfoT  it o up to you.  ��������� t    **'- ���������*>"*������ ���������  ���������  Holp tho Editor.  Don't think  liccauHo the editor boob  yon getting on or off the train that ho  ought to know who you aro and where  you are going, or if lm such* vou. grnet  somo friends that ho knows "who thoy  are and where thoy como from. Wo aim  to get the  news, hut you may be the  one we don't happen to know, We try  to become familiar with names and fnoou  If posHiblo, but  during the yoarH past  wo havo boon lo (iluucli ami falleil to  soo you there.    Wo have lumg around  tho post officio, but. noma of you weren't  there.   Wo luivo loafed on tlio strdots,  Wo'vo ovon risked   our  reputation on  bacfc strootfi on a dark night, but you  weren't thoro.   And wo'|l nn' hanged * If  wo know wliriro to find you all.    flo If  you nro going or coming, know anybody  cutting un queer capers, let u������ know  and wo will do tho rout,���������Kort Covington Bun.  You don't   havu   to* conmiH a bar*  I tender to dlnnover tlint rye is the bo-  {.tniilng of r!cl.  th?������ ff'NS Ai*rr*!/Ft-B- nickftled stael barrel, neep nights, polished walnut stock,   '*��������� '    ��������� -         ' "   -*���������-     r*, tins u we  : Dr. Ma.twln-9  j:a,.������u..a .������K������...M..������ -     .  aUeaaesof  weaka.ndTwpuroi blood, indigestion, *to*-oMh\foubles,Vanstlpation,noWousdljeas������s,rlieuma-  1 "jmtCsend vonr name and address pUtnly -written, and wa will send you 8 fcoses of ow PiUn  and 8 lT*ni:y Kns to givo away, as a presaiuta, with #*ch bor sold, wheti you havo 8old trig B  bnxei. 8������nd ut tbe money $2.00 and we will, immediately, send yon this haiittsftme Air pin-*.  We do not as*   any money before th������ Pills *re sold and we take<b������ck what yoa cannot sell.  RdrirKss���������THE DR. ?fifcTliRiH HEOICIKE CO., Dept. 57.    Tcpanta, Ont.  B       *���������"-- " ' '~       ** -��������� "- ���������     -   ~ - ''il*' "*  I AtH THE BEST WOODEN PAIL!I  I  I  ���������   1^  Cant Help But Lose Its Hoops and ] 1  Fell to Pieces.; You Want Some-j ~  5hir.g;BsK���������? Pca'tYeu? Then Ask  for PaBs and Tubs Made @f  EDDY'S f 8BREWARE  Jr������ch ������nca SaB* Hanteied. LastJni Mass - CrfduV llffitphDO  J Wttbout a HtMtnor Sam   Just as Good aa    kUUf 9  I*n0lv8lDO  ��������� w    a  BSSSHsHH,  This la a fine, handsome, cloar-toned Violin, hlghlypollshed, richly colored'  complete with sttrln*" bridf e, three cut string., ebony flnlshpess, lonjf bew  of.whHohoraohair,aHdbox of rosin.. KrorythldijcoTOplot^ pen*���������eontelT  - pmckiMln������box. Jostsend ...---��������� * ���������  only S boxes of Dr. Mati  A grand remedy and onra for  onion, BtoniuAJu troublos. oonstlpatlpn,neryou'.u..v.u������.., ���������������>������������������������������. ������.,������..������ j..^. -������v _..._..,..,  noumatisni, and lTemalo troubles.  A mild laxative, Grand Tonlo and *���������*'��������� Bqllder. Ther are  easytit soil as each customer buylntr a hpx otplllsj rom yon, reeelres, at the same thne, a idee  fancy l������ln, which we send you with the Plus., Do. not miss th* ehanc*������,of your lite.  Don't ssnd any monsf-Onty j-oar name andaddresj.*;  we will sond you this handsome Violin, oto. Just as represented, - Write to-day..  Addri$arXmEDR]mTUR!#M  .-   '!���������'���������'. *  A-  X'" X A   v::Ay<DfaJ���������.&tX$  ' only S boxes of Dr. Maturlnl  A Brand remotiy and ours for wea������ huu iiui>iira vudu.viuhvvi kuw wvuo. uiui-  Kstlon. stomach troublos, constipation, nervous disorders, diseases ot tha liver. Mid kldaeye,  ..atonoe,and We will proinntlyjwrnl,  Whan sold, remit to ustho SB.0O r~ "'  ���������a*.  Gold  D������coB*atcd T'ca 8������t  cnrriivctl (told flnl-vhed oason, U  laiEIl'tt you Will Boll  only ������8.oo worth of,  hlRii grado oollarbut.  tons at ioo. por;card,  (a buttons   on  tuich  ladles1! or Bftntp' si  m  l <TWK  *k  I pnrd>.i Thoiio bnttons aro very fast sellers,  yrrlto to-ilay nnd tyo will Bona-;  io | noil thom  In this LiTt  you can also  , _      BICT 1'HltK without Iinvliid lo Hell uny  .-,.-,-. J we will nontf you ��������� a pooU-  Bllthom and_ - " "  iiS LlTI  in also  , .jmilitfi  liioio uooda.   ^  aao i noil thom anayrnturn tho money nnfl  win this LiTTnn Dmautv waiioh. * Ana  you. can ,alB0 win tlim LOVlCbY: TMA  f ft * '4 v,- y>- ���������'''  Trr^^-qZ^-i*^^'  $m;  '   ,t'..yh-i.  COBALT GOLD PBN;:*:C0,i'.", ���������''  ' '"' "   ' Jlwttbn Uopi, 10.   *rbrbii|������, prit.  HANDSOME   WATCH   FREE.  ������on d**������lre tj aeoure a Watot"wblolk to keeu\lue  and Uetwelr wlU be  aqoal an any Belli (UM  firTfiffliffiii  SC  Jr ana ur*il< UU ������toM only, of Dr. M**l.r*.'e  aiwaeyeielaW-rina.at'We. a,W������. afeeyata  bsr-rreatesfranady onaarth fov themiMofnnov  JDIntA, sand u iwirai aa4 pXtapu tomatftata.,  saaiii  . .graatiesl rcr*  andln-pttre Mot.,  -paUon, natvoat t:  nay diseases,  Ton'O.aad _,.   lOartlolesofJewali  this makes UieoK  afallfetleaa.. Da  and we wQImhi  When yonjtava  ih we Will Ml   I* wiWYii.  Ihe aatai  Wttar������KlvIas*Ui������  ������far*aam*sauai,  omiraavalrsaaM  rvoas twublas, Uvsf,,bladdar -uidklil*,  niAodJNriaar andInvlfraratjr. a om������i1  I IJ/������ B-fQisr. .vnth ths WIU.v������ **as*rwl,  ���������"-fo-rrfw* away with'  ������������������������]t. T������t-la������  with the i  "   Ibacl  Man. 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The Hollowing detailed directions, for
serving the three dajly meals in an English household-"i will be" of interest; *tb
Canadian housekeepers. ���'Wliilo 'the t'S,-
sentials of ��tliese ,iUlcs, given in the
Queen,1 fit American* custom-*; there are
some curious differences.
The-^irst meal, breakfast, requires just
ns much cai<�� ties towed on it as any
othor, says tho writer. ..The white'cloth
should bo laid' , over( the'baize cloth
perfectly straight and,smooth. Allien the
small .cruets are placed at the corners
or in ,front,of ea'ch person; the tea and
coffee' are placed at-the bottom of the
table "in front" of the unstress of the
house-* plates of rolls, toast racks, butter, jam and marmalade are arranged
nicely on tho table'; a place is laid,for
each nerson. with a cold plate, a napkin
and two knives and two foikst one knife
usually beiiig for fish.* ^
Tn small1 households, at any rate, the
dishes, ,sueh as bacon. fis>h. ete.H,�� are
placed at the head of-,the table in front
of the master of the* ^ibuse, though nowadays," a good raany4 prefect�� have,these
on tlu* sideboard] on p. ^ot plate, together
with 'the cold dishes; so tliat people can
help .themselves as' "they like. If fruit"
is given this may be placed on the
tabled the 'places, knives kand forks for
it being arranged on the"sideboard.
For;, lunch "in most houses the table
is laid just, as ^or dinner, save" that the,
fl0W/>ys are usually 'simpler. A tumbler
and tVo wineglasses, are Arranged "on the
right'hand ^of 'each eoyer v and very often
���      ^.-*���,1    ��.1��4>.~    ��,.     Mln.A^'nn    t-Ko    l*->fF,    ftW^A
a sau*o. pitt^e j*��. piu^^u ^...jw~~ *^*t, ^.^*
Truncheon varies 4n .-every house" almost;
in some it ris-> perfectly' informal,- the
sweets being placed ^ on the tabic, ahd
all the meat dishes, whether hot or cold,
arc arranged oh the sideboard with the
vegetables. ^so;jthat ^persons may help
themselves.    ���N .*"
Or .again* in some houses the carving is
done'by ifiie servants ,nt the side, just
as for dinner, and tlie other meat dishes
and vegetables are handed around; then
tbe sweets are left on the table and
the servants leave the 'room. ��� Should
th iunccon bo "a formal one, then of
course the servants stay in the room all
the time.    '
FinallyT Urierc is the dinner table. The
c-loth" is laid as before, then at the corners) are placed the little salts and pep-
pcrsfand ,two tablespoons and a place is
laid^for each person as follows: The
sou^ spoon. is placed on the right hand
side;; a fish, knife and fork and a large
knife and fork; rind where there is-only
one "servant to wait a small spoon and
fork' ane arranged above the space for
the 'plate, the dinner napkin is����foWed
and ^placed in the middle, with a piece
of bread or roll in the folds.   *
Other knives and* forks are added as
-.iT-q.iired,. inobservant bringing them on
~~* a  folded" Banian" and **pla6uig  tlfeni" <S*V
'f tlic'itable.' Where there are two or more
servants "t waiting the  small spoon and
' fork' axe^not put down until required,
���nor are\tue tabic spoon-*- placed at the
---   ""j-ie.    Ji*e. glasse*?-are"
Arrested, and Consumption Cured
'   IVIr. G. D.ColwcIl, of Walkervnle, Ont.
,wass(ri:ken down with La Grippe in 1906
_ and it left him in very bad cotidition.  He; j
��,-say&: l.was alhun down and bordering onj j
��j Consumption. ,1 could not sleep at nights': |
JS had.awlul sweats, and coughed nearly th�� '
Kay   , ���,,    .. -tt. ���    ���    t.,_      w ..  _ I.        t
��HI-wnoie umc. ���  *ms,.js^iiuw,ar was wiicu t
Began to take Psychine, in a low nervous
-state; but from the first bcttlel began to
improve. > It did marvels Tor me and brought
nie back to health in no time, making a new
man of me.    It fb'ttifics'thc bqdy against
I _tW attacks of La Grippe and is* a sure pre- ,
1 vcAtativer   I always take Psychine if 1 feel.
of cold coming on and it,put*"me right in I
.. * ,,     v      j *     *k. i
no rime. s .* .  S   ,<* *       '   1
>     NO HOMS SHOULD  BE        1
Fo? Sale by all Dress?*!* ae*! DssJe'si 59s. ��r'$l
per bottle. '     '
'    Dr. T. A; SLOCUffl
Chicago Stores Decree Dress Sim-
"p!u?iiy. For Sa eswomeo. .
Marvelous Recovery 9
Montreal  iVian So  III With Dyspepsia
Thought   He  Would   Die.
v. ateh to' see when fresh bread, etc., is
���tpquired- - "* '
'.The second entree is served in the sfiine
way, the first servant putting down any
knives or fork's which may be, rcquiied.
The head servant carves-the*'joint, and
^tho  secoiuL hands ihe vegetables, jelly.
is  served  in  the same
corners ot tne  v��.^.^..    ., -^. ���
^rrang^'"''d-r'tb'e^7ight*sidd,*-a 'tumbler^
i,     each pcrsoiu., ^ M, ,, ,. .��� r--,, ,. ,t,<-,,..
��    '      Table cen^s^rA-haTdj^if^ver^ffen.;
nowadays, fcnft,tKefl^VeTt8,^hTe,,-arrangcd',
iti tlife centre according,Jo* the taste."of
the pertson. The lamp ot1 candles' if used
*re also placed "on. the table,-together.
with | Bmall fishes ^confainia*g  iiweets,'
olives   oi*  stated    almonds,-and <water"
jups.jtheee l��ttcr usually at the corners.:
Onlthe sideboard,*'which slftmldV   also.'
bo covered with  a clean    white cloth,
should be .arranged  tlie  jes-trH: knives^
forks and spoons '.likely io be| required
through the pinner, thc.AViiie.Jthe dessert
plates, with'-the fingeriibowls, 'ihe clean
winejglassefi for dessert, and tfib dessprt
dishes.   On the aide -tablo""fihodld be Jd'r-
rangod a ju��; of water, the    whiskey,
��iphq��, bread.,a^rack;pt.toaflt, and.any
extras whlyh  will bo, required   through
dinner, BUoh aa^lec;, leiiion. red currant
���telly' chcceb,-buttot* aud'ibiseuitsvif, to be
For the nctiJal"Wiaitihg Vhcn^dinnerlB-
rendy-wtho, -licad. norvant, announccB it,
BtandB^by, j/iia^dining room door until
cvoWi-o-nb-lBinVtheiv-whon every ono.is
���'".  ��eliJ^Wi*^^dsi���i*lo^^iiatdw^
i,heJ-Boui>,At]i.e under inhid handling: the;
���������"'  ��� ,v-rtf��t.h��f.Wifrrinlnocwlth.:theilady/,on tlici;
w aj*," but usually the crumbs and^sauce
aie placed on the plate, the fried potatoes and salad being handed around.
TIip sweets are served In exaetly the
way as entrees, but if- iced, liquors aro handed around, four or fi��*et
glasses being arranged on a tray, some,
wing tilled witn one^nqeur;ana the re;
nio.rtJav      -����.J4-l��->.   a..w4-1,av       <"*      4.1..-J.     x,l1Mwn
may be a choice.,, After ^thia'cpines the
savory.*and-rthe sen-ants then have to
clear the"table,. *��� - ->-' \""- , '���*>,' -.
, The head sjeivant'removes'the glasses,
knives, .forks,^alt Acellars^ etc., onto a
tray held by-a "second servant, and this
tray-'is there^plaCed on the side talile.
The- head -servant next clears away the
crumbs, -"the second servant 'placing tlie
dessert plates, ete.^ in' front of each per-,
son, while the head servant arranges the
wine*glasses. "The dessert*"being ready,
the! head servant hands around the wine
and then,-places' it in ffoWt of the host,
'the second servant handing the desserc
and then ai ranging it on the table.
, When the head servant has placed the
cigars, cigarettes and matches in front
of the host both servants leave ithe room.
Coffee is first taken to the ladies in the
drawing room,'* and thenSfehc gentlemen
iu^-the dining room." /.The cups, milk,
cream and sugar are1 placed'on one tray,
brought in by the second servant, each
one helps^ himself, and places liis cup on
a small tray carried by the head servant,
who fiM3'���th.e cup with coffee. Where
there is only one servant the* coffee is
put^on.the J*ray. with the^cups, etc.-, and
each one helps "himself/*
In most hocuses, all the carving is done
off the table Nowadays, Tb,t any rate for*
dinner parties; -but wheja. there ajee no
guests the master sometimes carves the
" ��is��iJj��wT ��� ar^A^'^ii-'^'sxiSi'isi* ti* .^"-rase- TuHO"
plates��are'placedyin^front-Tof.rbim, the
r,rway ^-"g * i.��.m/j��*o^i v*i*id-utl*s * servant' takes
jgach^ plate as ready from the left 'side,
����n^sh^rd?ttl��re Tbe'p��!y'ipne*ser*a:nt she
hatida .one ot the ,Ve"getaules "at the -same
ime.. - --->..        - v ^ /
" Of course it is almost unnecessary io
remark jthat-jthehead servant on-no account leavcs^the jdbom during dinner, the
under servant removing and fetching all
dishes and platcis. (Whoro there is only
oiie servant^ tojwait it iB generally arranged'that some 'one should bring up
the dishes-for her, ond in this ease slio'
It's;breaking the likart of the masculine i person who* is writing this to
have to toll it. Nevertheless ii 'has
to, be done. All the pretty little shop
girls are going to be plain and simple
from now on.
Julia Marlowo curls ure a glut on
the market. Bracelets are bound for
the hock shop. Forget���and remember waists have given way to plain
and simple things without the tantalizing peekaboo.
Ribbons   and  furbelows   are  bound,
for  the rag ��� bag.   A  big  state  street
fctore  has  put  the  stamp  of    disapproval   on   those   things   and    inany
others.' ,
Life is not worth living for the littlo
beauty of the ribbon counter or the
nCVelty department any more. Even
the faint aromatic suggestion of
jockey club and fran gipanni is barred, arid as for the touch of carmine
with "which niiladi of ihe ribbon
counter was wont to emphasize the
dazzle of her dentistry���even this is
A notice, putting the ban ' on all
these little necessities of life^ is posted
ed in. the washrooms of Marshall
Field & Co. The notice conveys the
information that Mrs. G. Hoinville
has been appointed official censor of
the little shopgirls.
Mrs. Hoinville is vested with the
authority to examine the attire of
any. young lady in the store. 'Her
word is law. She may banish anything in the way of adornment from
a diamond stomacher"-to a 44S carat
tiara. "And' she does it.
��� Simplicity; is the keynote of the
orders issued to the girls. More, the
saleswomen - must appear neatly attired in. a black or white shirt waist,
black skirt, hair done neatly withrut
afmicial adornment, and minus p-'d-
ding^ and other exaggerations of the
Here aiv .some of the things Mrs.
Hoinwille- has eliminated from the
attire of, women and girl employes
of the store:
Pads and falst busts.
Hair - puffs, rates, (alse curls, and
hair bows .
"Pvilla    nn^t    fl
Gyred by Dr. Hefniitor.'s
No more convincing evidence was
ever put on paper than the following
letter from one of Montreal's well-
known citizens, Mr. D. H. Larose, of
338  Joliette   street.
'���Permit me to write you a few words
concerning Dr. Hamilton's Pills,. I suffered fiom dyspepsia and indigestion
for five years. I suffered &o much that
I could hardly attend to my. work. 1
*��as weak and lost aii covrpge. I enjoyed ho rest until I decided to "follow youi
treatment, after having read your advertisement in the paper. To my great
surprise I immediately began to feel better. I am now^using the second box and
I feel so veil" that I want to tell you
that I owe this great change to? your
famous pills. I recommend them to
every poison who is suffering from
dyspepsia. Your grateful servant, Dr. R.
Larose, 338 Joliette street. Montreal, P.
Q. ���    ,* '
Let all who have weak stomachs, and
those who suffer with indigestion, headaches, biliousness, know they can be perfectly cured by Dr. Hamilton's Pills.
Successfully used for many years, mild
and pafe, 25c per box. all dealers, or
The Catarihozone Co., Kington, Ont.
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V     .-i-.-v   y.iuR  t.jvi-nJ     'X
British ClisAers Fail ia Attempt
to Reach the Summit.
Low neck collars and short or extremely long sleeves. -
Peek-a-boo waists  or sleeves.
Powder, paint, or other "makeup."
Flashj"  rings,   buckles,   and pins.
Waists of any other colors than
black or white.
Skirts of any other color than
Every employe Avho fails to dress
according to the standard adopted by
the stoto, is notified by the censor
to call at her office the following
morning before reporting ��� for work,
and is sent home if she has not
complied' with the request made of
Jher 'the night before.
jewelry worn by ���'women and giri
employes is limited to one,ring and a
locket.- Low collars are not allowed,
but high, ^collars reaching to the ears
Tscisy 0& "worn.1 Sleeve of shirt waists
must be three-quarter length and it
le*. j   ��v\/����i��nit       �����*��#�����       T*-**' *��� 1**l ���**���+       -i**>-'^ti*io+       1*\A
ao *ta-*e\gija*jj".-fj->\*<-Y*'Y'a*a��>u   -. iraai?     -aiaxi-*-j    nuXQu      Mc
tailor, made. _ *
At first there was ot>en' rebellion -
then unwilling submission'* after a
'number * of ' employes had been ��� sent
'hopfe, but finally came the realization that thO simplified wearing,apparel was more ^comfortable* and that
they looked as pretty* as before���even
without th�� "rats" and "hair rolls,"
and all idea of "going on. a strike"
has bedn givexi up by tho women and
.'girl employes.- . ' ". * - -
*v"At first I thought I would look
just dreadful without Miy-��� puffs, and
curls," said a" young woman head af
An     Admirer's     Bungled     Flattery���
Wrong Psalm io Welcome a Judge.   ,
Most of us are acquainted with
Punch's joke concerning the son of
the iiouse who, as he gallantly escorted the beauty of the evening to her
carriage, gushingly remarked, "I
have been waiting all the evening for
this moment."
It is an example of bungled flattery
which  compares, very favorably with
the remark of an unlucky admirer oi
the   great   French   actress,   Mme.   St
Denis.   Her performance of Zara had
just  been  greeted with    enthusiastic
applause, and as she stepped from the
ttake she said,  "To act that well a
woman  should  be  young aiid  handsome."   "Ah, no, madam!" exclaimed,
the unfortunate man, in his anxiety,
to  pay  the highest  compliment possible.   "You are convincing proof to
the contrary."
Twice in one evening the great
novelist, Charles Dickens, was guilty
of an embarrassing malapropism. "I
have distinguished myself in -two respects lately, he wrote to a friend,
explaining the matter. ~ "I took a
young lady unknown down to dinner
and talked to her about the Bishop
of Durham's nepotism in the matter
of Mr. Cheese. I found she was Mrs.
Cheese. And "I expatiated ~'to ��� the
member for Marylebone, Lord-Fermoy
���generally conceiving him to be an
Irish member���on the contemptible
character of the Marylebone constituency and Marylebone-' representatives." - "   .'
Even these situations, however, are
not quite so embarrassing as that of
a member "of Parliament who at a
certain political reception remarked
to a '^neighbor, "I wonder -who that
homely*   old" woman   is   over   there?'
The interesting fact has just come out
of the wilderness west of Edmonton that
0 '
a distinguished party of British 'Alpine
climbeis have attempted to scale the icy*
summit of Mount Robson and haie failed. Two poiiiCt,'standv out distinctly in
the story of this attempt and' this failure.    The first is that While they0 failed
they felt more than repaid for the long
journey just to have seen and to ha\e
stood in the piesencc of this "King of
the Rockies."   The party were twenty-
four days leaching     the      foot of the
nii-untain   Horn   Edmonton.       At John
Swift's homestead on  the   Upper Athabasca, August 24th, they met'Rev. G-. R.
B. Kinney, who had "Cook'd" them. Kinney  warned   them that  they  were   too
late, but they pushed on.   On September
7th  they began the ascent. When they
hud gone within twelve,.bundled feet of
ih** -iinmiiit of, this mighty monarch of
the" hills, whose   icy   ctown   sils   13.700
fec*l  above the ^-ca,, the i.imous    S\sis>-
ftttide, Moiitz Inderbinen, turned- to^ the
man     following    him    nnd    whispered
hoaisely "Foehn," which ,is the,, name of
the warm Mind     of "Switzerland, which
cm,i''aies fiith om "Chinook."   And, lo,
thou* blew down across the glacier   the
wino which softens the snow and >inake&\
tlir j-oing bad.   In ihe Alps the "Foehn"
hiings not only a tliaw, but  often  an
a\ .ii<inchc and sometimes showers of ice.
IW*st of the- climbers knew and, better
still, they knew >tqritz knew and^they.;
halted.    Even-as/$he.y talked the,ist*orpi
luoke o\ er" the ����rags, and the night felb
befoic   thev  could  escape  the  thO"=gbi-
ated  by  not _water pipes',ia orupr  to    ,
i-c an event temperature of'SW 4o^ 55 Ue-
and the little sages ,*are ai*range<l -r-^
.��!...-=���     *
riugs^the bell aa eilch .course is done tow-,. '. . . * . -,_,.. ���-������.- - .--
ldrtlw cook |npw{8hc is ready. Natur-1 ? ^^^^^^^V^-XlJ^JS^
���illy where thpre-ia^.only one servant the
service of* the dinner must be curtailed
as^muoh^as possible, but however majiy
there may be the necessity for despatch
.-in waiting shoujd be impressed on them,
rattle ""of forks1 and
���without noise ^or
apooas. \ ���*    ���,   j*
is. my
������.���.ifj.iAtaji'^^ 'lVanainTKi.-.platcB^a'itfd.
.'   ��� Tltwtoa*;:*ii^^I��iltl9ft>^-.-lwW!?fi(A Vx?
a ., -ati-rtAil^-l^^i��- 'AXAXA, ?W';- **
���'-,������ Ai*     Wlion^thoA��btipr;hhfl- heonAliolpod tlio
' rliea)lB0^^.,��,>_,.^.^v,-,.^.../-^.���.^.'
�����' thtfturcou,     _.wu-...-,,..,.
' V. unit.nlrttfl'R anil"ririinovoi""tho*.
, ;; vo**foui^ i^nfefV ������V
?wlibh tlioHo am'all In position thw bond
. quiron ipi|t*rYM*^'tjy|!^v.i��o"'<i'. Borviv'wc .cat'VoH
thwJ'tha, Bncquiii^--&nd)ngi^i,Or:i'tl,nii,o^ and
thotyaucdiv'havJUB ';|iiUslioa,,��i>^'lpR,4li��
' Th<�� Hecohu.BOVvivilfc.i^
tliti fIflhiaud^ieturiiBjAVlfcU tho.o*fl>o�� aiid
platlofl'Mtl^procoodB tojvomovQitlto:dirty
' phttcfi ahd replncn, thouv with e)ccti< oneB
nNi.-liofoit., , i Tho dioad. Rorvaufc,alway��
haf-dd 'liluy.iAvino', flihcVtho aocdniUflliould
.,���.���;  --Xi'mmt   ���'    '*'*'* **'  v'-"    '       - - ������  '���
*   What the <"ChJsy*>'   l>eopfe   Do. ,r-
'""Thoro" are*22,70tf saleswomen iu'Now
York-and-4&.-740 saleBmen. In tho ovoca-
cthoroarora^ZSAirinlca     and    -10,808 f��. I
.p-geratbrsii.thb'tvaf.Qte and
2,430" Monk^nAM
and   307   men. ?ABW8mal*ih, Oflscntially
ij��t SPW1*^to^jJ068* Hut invaded, il^pw-.
ovor; ^. wthliation,' by -ffije! tqeiC, is foi-',
.%oajv4n^iMlnerj.d,9m \. 357 mon*,   havo,
HflvtMJiod intoytho rankB.y^
18,108..>pia^n':;iu,:,%w; Yo'irfc .aud  2,702
moil, \lit t|io tobneco, andi^oiga*";.fflotpri-ja,
thore nro,lliGSO,male opoi;ativoa;and 0i
d37 femal<j.����-July VnU Kowlon'n,
i-:.,y.X:-Ai '.-..��� X:< '.ri'i^'��t.��'���>'"'' -���-,* .'.-.'iii.
nUliViiiJH'iii HHfif
.TooyMuch.    ,,
'"Why '."iir'iii .'yoiVleor^^'t^uwVA^Uu'iViiijJi^
,o^!'AA''i,:V",Atvv Al 'Axyy*' :'":'', A' '���'". .'
-*.A.,,t\V.UiaHj,-.if:A>0-..-wiw��;*r.iirtf��Hl ,1 ���>,; hId�� ;.H(pu.n-.'
tli'Uijr/.iit ...ilio;.. party lust.iilghl^ ��'li-�� ��nlil>;;.
���*Ol��..-.l---.-f����j|.hitv.,i-��lii��.l.V.:.- ���; A-.,. ���;������,   :,i-..(y;'
"Wo-ll-r'^A',; ������������-;���.'   ';������    '������;'
',; V.Woll.fdif?. wout"��'ho��<l and pnivpil it,'",
..���--.Chi'v.illifiKLLlNMU'l'.". . ;��� a A A*..-, '.A... ���,--1.'.'���','������!.-,
I .comb myhaixCbackon my head in
a.^itev way,I hoyer thought of before
an'd it looks as pice, as ever., -Besides,
it isn't'aa/both*ersome."'  ,- A
. ��� '        a �� ���***
He Takes No Census Now.
'Che suffragette was in a,rage���
;A It Was a lively row:    ,
Tho cciibub taker asked her age,
' But ho-takes"Uo census now!
���    Not now,
���"*. Xot now!       ' i
So foolit-h anyhow!......
 ...lltB^ngi) is oni.a.tombstone;...,���,������.,.,,..,,,,
'    Oh, he takes il ocoiisuii Ujtjw!
fll'cii** the''' broomstick *t 'wn's'-in-hm* hand,
7,*..,>V*  .,���*...;; ,7*   ,".'.u    ^^*4'L- ,
yAThci1 frown was on hdr brow;(
That hatpin knew tho way to land,
lAAud'hp taltosno ceiif-us now!'
'f.;vNot;*,naw,'.,���,'.',..  ��� ....." y..
���������������:'Noty.no.W-by ���;;.-���������,;.
'i> . Beneath'th'O,willow liough
His ago fSliihofl on a tombstone j
.. Ohi ho take8���i.b���conaus now!
i ,.    , -      Ai     -j-Atlanta Constitution.
Mr.;���,Knox���''There's, one good thing
about^that,young puppy that camo to
boo you, last night, and that is he's
l\oalthy." /JHHb laughter���r"I'm glad to
.hoar, youA, adroit :���; that much." Mr.
ICnox-T-''I,Aw6tsldn.t, oxcopt for tho
fapt that when you., mot him in th��
hall last night I hoard you say: 'Oh!
Tomyhow. oolcKyour noeo is!" "--Bos-
tonyRooortl .
A. A   man's. good Intcntioui* nro   spmo*
.thuor, too big for him, to. carry out.
jA-lUllllg     UUb    tt    lilUJCl     otuuti
the other end oi the room.,
'   "That, sir,"' was the reply,
wife!"    - v -
"Oh, no, \no!" stammerec\< the "confused i Parliamentarian, "I mean-Vthe
person standing on her right;""  '
"Indeed! That is my daughter 1"^
The first Baron Kenyon was Tothei
fond'of telling the'tetory of how. while
on Circuit with Justice Rooli, .they
entered a village just in time -to ,ac-
company 'tho population to,, the littlo
village church. -The parish clerk,
anxious to have the congregation show
due appreciation of the honor conferred by tho presence of. tho distinguished jurists, gave out two-'versos
of ono of the metrical Psalms: "Speak,
O yo judges of tho earth, if just .your
sentence be; or*^ must not'* innocence
appeal to Heaven from;,your decree?
Your wicked ��� hearts and judgments'
aro alike by malice swayed; your
griping bands by mighty bribes to
violence betrayed." .-
By this timo most of tho ��� ndults
had wok�� up to tho application of Ilia
Psalm and remained silent, allowing
tlio children and a few' women to continue ,-the seqohd 'verso^rfFrbiirit Tit-
Bits' , A    ��� '. ' '���>���' a yy :,.
��� i. ���.���?.������'
Chinese Girls Sold  IntoA Olovcry.
.������A'At-y'dliabion^ ^rty
thousand bouIh, I; Was ,tbld: that .ono of
the briskest directions of 'looal trade was
tho willing of fomalb children 'into slavery, and ul'-tho timo I-piiusod through
priofca''woro fairly high, a girl who ould
bonnt of good looks roaohing tho alarming figure of 300 tnols���thin ,was tho
hignost figui-o roaohW^wltllb*^ sraail
children could bo had ftfr linyliiilii-r-un
!to-20.���:.-.,;. *',  "U.A,;^'  y'X'yA   ���    h
This'WhqloHalo .diBpoBal of young girls,
nlthougliA tlio ^trftf��oi In ..iioin^ wiarteib:
wna emphatically , denied tb oxiHt, in
ouo of;..tha chiybf florrotyfl of. tlio district.
And/woll it might bo, for tlibu-tauiln of
clilldreii Uro aummlly; dispbiwid of t.-r'
a few, tnolB by lia'artloBS pftioiiiH who
watch theni hel-n*v''enr-t��le'd a'wny n�� po
niuch; hiorchandlfto-��� t��'rbb ibonvoitod ivito
fiilvor.���Shftnghai,Moroury,  ���;.��� ���
Magiiitratfl l'e����y. Vif Goldfieldu. B.C., belli*veg in
od thlntf'knnWni' WrltlnB bfZdaiiBuk, thb great
balm* he snyr- i-*r*uAfle< a very l��lr trial I have proved Zam-lluk
ouiineatly -.ftl.i^c'oify. lit n>y c��so it cured a -skin sash of fivo
yeioV ��t��ntllng which no rtp^or had been able to do any.gootl
rbr. I would certainly eneiuragxtlatty por*on t04eeep Ztm-Huk -
in his liom��.'5 'Tho m*giitrAtbUqulte right, Every home need*
2iim��Bukl   Uneqiialleu for cuti, burn*,briii*iei, ocrema, blood
sb'cenU a,box.-Al8H.err,��ijr.e for,pUt��,(, -y^A*   ::.,;: x'XX'AX:
*T: '  * - - ���-,- ���'   ���'���"'���' *,- ���'���>"':   , ��������� '��� - ��� -;v ' y-i   '������  ���:'.,. ���    .'' ������ "���.;��� ���'
���������> .��!���������" ���' ���!' >��� ���f.,r"r*'y.?i.'*"i;r'"."1.'',-'',.,..- ������������������:i,,i--., ��� .-������ ���>.���
A'Chleafto rnnh h��> ju��t died from blood polion*:
> Irtg arising from neglect of a small tore.    Don't
'" lie-jlect�� cut, a pitch of eccem-i, or an open Kore
or any kind. The air i�� full of qplion germti.
waiting lo ulmt up their evil results in neglected
���bred, wountli, etc. '. Ia ZamrBuk la nfoiy. Znrn*
.JBtik U ��o highly (intUeptlo that applied to any
tklmllienio or Injury it rnuUei blood polnpnlnglm-
po-mlhlo. . In imlng, Zam'Huk you havo. threa
UWPWto*,.going on at onco for,Z��ra*-Bi*k(i healing
toothing nntUnllufptlc.   Try U without  (lelny.
We appreciate the pbiition taken by the man or wonuin wha
says t��������� If your prcparttlon il what you claim, ^you should
have no objection to letting ui try it before spending our money
on it," To every person taking this view wc tiny, scad one cent
���lamp (to pay return postage) -and name nnd date ol thia paper
to Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, and wo will mail you a free trial box
of Z*m*Buk. Zam-Buk la purely herbal, suitable for the delicate
akin of little children, yet powerful enough to heal chronic toree
of long years* standing.   All druggists and store:*, $o& per box.
3 for $i,35.  a .,y,>
cier o\or*which tliey were travelling. It
wis with great -ilifficiilty*"Xhat they
made their way back to the timber belt.
Speaking of the grandeur of Mount
robson, Mi<. Hastings said it was a magnificent peak. - the northerly face of
Ml.ieh was a tremendous precipice.
: ���>������"	
Great Trade  in Songsters In the Old
English  Cathedral  Town.
Thero la no need to dilate on tho lame of
tke Noiwlcb canary-plain head, ' created c*
crested bred���for there arc tew peopl<* In a*l
the world *who keep pets ,to whom ui feonie
{into or another the Norfolk'capital has not
sent those little rewoet voltjed. tHrds of "a
own-breedlnK, but It Is not generally known
outside the headquarters <ot the faucy to
whnt au extent tho,business or canary breed-
Ih,- lin? jtrown, bo that It hae become one of
the moot Un-oortant. Industrleo.ot a busy cltj
bou'tiai** a lart-o and Increasing export trade.
It Is auld'tbnt in the lonr* ago a merehant-,
man foundered off tho coast ot-Flanders;
n,nl before she went^down a number- of Mug-
luit uanarles whlch,,tha -"ailoro W��*re carrying
ns tietB were released and 'flew' to tho -^ad-,
liireiit land. Thero tho powtatlts cupturcd,
thom and found them bo charming that thoy
fohtored thom and became in their own way
canary fancier*. Thon tlio Flyings crottupd
fiic North Sea nnd .nettled .In noma of the
Norton-, village** Thoy brought their blrdB
with thom. and, tho latttr delighted the En��-
lliili uatlvob? so ) much that tho Immigrants
bcuaii to find that canary brooding made
a proflUiblo addition to their trndo ot wenv-
lnii So thoy Btartod commerco with tho blrdw
.i Norwich marltct.' **      '       "'  '
Tlio result Ib thnt for nearly two centuries
tho City1 of: Churohofl baft, aloo boon a;-City;;
of ConnrloB, It la to*>day. a, colony, of KOldonr
son-Mtolm. arid peoiild"���; ertBagotl* In" almost"
ovwv trado.��� aro canary fanclorii.. v;:,;; '��� l; i
Thorn la a ��aylng that cannrJoiJ fly. In frcn-j
donr tiliout tho* city -of Norwich'.'ana it*. Is;
UiousandB ot tho ^lr-l�� in the pined that nro
bound ;to" bo 'froqucnt i oaoapos.! ,*Tbo fanciers
uro .nroparod. for thin., Thoy .have their largo
now at hand and thoy go out to watch tho
inovbrtiontB ot.tho sparrowu.* Whoro,tho lnttor
uocurogato on an obvious expedition ot "uiob-i
bin*i.!''��tho oBcapoily.oanary la generally l.oundj
lo' tho" midst: -a-,'  ���'"���'' ������   'V'������*'"��� '���'���'���'������������'������' <x- ���:      *
In ono respect Norwich It- similar to lro*;
Iniid.; In the latter ..country,;,tho. pig..ofton
navn tlio ront:��� In Norwich, a.,low. well brod,
bird?' will' llauldooT tlio' anmo dobt. y. A* ��� -tow,,
flauros wHlj.oxpInln, hqw. thlft Is done. Yoatv*
ttKo you could buy;a good i^rlitd bird ror*a
povorclurn' or thirty1 BlillllntiD. Now, t.owltiBt
totlin numbor of exhibitors all ovor the country, as much' as ��i0 irctiuontly i-nangcB
hahd-i.tdritfrprlzei winner; -����� Slnclo, ,b|rdu, JinY-J
boo:i sold for -C50 apicco. a breeder Informed
nio a fow, days ago; and lio showoii inotwtj
ancoutiUi, ono for ��100 for two cocl; birds mid
tho 'otlior'of .AC2rt. for ��� a croatod' hen; ; ���'.'' y
ThoHOjoro Um moro fancy .prices, however,
What nro" called'riongHtors- blrdw which coin*
bluo iiwoot nonu 'with good color, mny,.be
ntiruluiKod for anything.from throo li-ilf crowns
to two KUlnonH.'"Wltir'ft fair share of hiolc
tbo brooders mnlco, excellent profit*; but tho
bntiltitwi haa moro thaii a daah of tho spoo*
ultitlvo in It.' lloro ik'a iXrotlfylng Item Blvcrt
mo by tho wny,< which.numbcm, hetwtu'ii 0.-
000 and 4,000 people. "I' bouRht a hen bird
for ��5 and mated It, with. *�� code bird which
cost nioF��10, Tho.first nc��t I ohtolned nuni*'
bored iwv��ii. wliluli I ��n>ld for ��50," A insg-
niflcfliu first return on n ��tr> Invostmont., <, '
^ An Itnmcnso, export tradt* Ib curried oh m
Norwich nnnnrlfR. Th* trttnl tutinl)*i* of birds
shlimod -jvcry, year lu tiommliliiK betwwm S5,-
000 nnil "lO.OOO, Amorlfn tal<i*n most of them,
tlto conjilgumfnts to Now Vorlc totnllliu*; from
lO.ooo to 20,000 annually. '.'Tlio .Mncltloys have
ror ion years sont us many ns 10,000 �� Vfnr
unrosH tho Atlantic, nnd others also to Cnn*
ndn. aibrultur, Italy, nnd tin far away un
Routh Africa. Tho, consignment-"* to Amiirlua
often numbor an many as 8,noo bird**, nvory
onn of which hns Its own wlckm* cn|*o, Tlio
Norwich hroodtim find (hoy onn barely supply
onntiKh HiingMtorii tn Anu��fli:ii, which also
tit Icon it good ninny hcum, and juiy* a prion
which dimply rompensnfi-s'ror the* huavy ox-
ruinf-M or ������ui.li liuitt; hUUiUHiiilH, A unni lm*.
to tniviil with tlio lilnl*,
Naiurnlly, tin* firesoiico of ��iu matly cau-
��rl������ In Norwich iit>i-itt��Mt*��t(#�� im o*ti��t,��ivo
iiiiiiiiiiUniirliU. lllrd mwil enter* tlio city in
frmiuonl railway truck loans. As to tho *�����.
���hoy are. alvtm to tho yoiinuf bird* dnrliig tho
fivo or nix wurks when thr-.-* must havo soft I
fr.f>i*, ft it*! ft"*jj id i:;p:.!'tl*;-; \'t&4 !., M&tr iu
linnrnv^ thrlr of��|or.. It l��*|iroh��hly d*t tin* I
t.i;.i,.'...-^U tii..*. ',U Hni,��tx Uvwl'it* ^l .Nor-,
wich  use half a'^inlltlon eggs for  this  pur- ,
pose during tbe "ireediutj season.
The esKS are mixed in a mass of crushed ,
bread crumbs or bl&cuit, -with a certain
amount of color food of a dark orange hue,
coiLKisUny; principally of sweet pepper. Must
of the breeders keep fowls also, and arc t'U.s
EUDDlied at home with the greater number,
if not the whole of the eggb they require
In one establishment were sixteen rocrns
��Ua their accommodation for up".*ardf of
G.000 canaries, each in a separate cage vilin.h
constitute these ".famous aviar^s."*Tho'rooms
aret$heated by hot ^watw pipes',in ordpr to
^nreservt * '        -.--....- *?
"erees and
on tier around all the walls.
The fiDring cleaning was in progie; ���a
little matter which keeps all hands occupied
from the end of May to the end of Sep.<'in-
bar every  vcar.
Durln***: this lengthy process the cage1* are
tiiorounhly overhauled and every cage is ont
i-, destroyed. Fumigation with sulphur, pjmt-
inc. varnlshinK. renovating and wbicewJ^li-
inc arc the most presing of the multitud** of
fluties at this season, and*" Jhcii after :oU''
montl-r, hard worK'.e".erything, is read*, ior
th;- reception r"dt fchtt, young ..bi-"d,3 fro-a-he
breedtnef r<i)oms.     %X' '���* /   ���"�����.    *' ;-
I*i ono of.the breeding'rooms there,-K*ero
twenty six pairs of bitds, each lodglns in
a double cage with a nesting box oa '.he^
wall and building materials ready tor tlfJlr*
use. The nest the blr<i*i cout-truet is a Jco>e
cud of fine gross and moss lined with cov.'��
halt and a few yellow feathers of obvjous
orittiii. If there are not sufficient featbT.s
supplied , them the birds are quick to piuclc
feathers from their breasts and tails to soften,
the- bottom   of the  nest.    ^
Th". round Of even's in thii- breeding SouiUs
proceeds much as follow*,: In thirteen or
fourtc.i days the eggs in the nest on the wall
of one compartment of the double cage arc-
hatched nud in a month the young birds ar<*
able to feed themselves. By that 'time the
hen bird f* building or laying in the eecond
compartment, and fourteen ..days after 'he
ht��s- begun to s\�� another lotf of young birds
Is expected. Thus the sequence go, s on
throughout the season, pome pairs having as
manv, as six nests, while p^nejjalr haa been
known to hatch and'rear no tewev'than^thirtv
lu conclusion it may be said that tho Norwich fanciers readily admit that the Germ-in
canan Is a sweeter singer���sweeter, that is,
'for.1 a year, but when lt^comee to size and
,aouearance combinedAwlth. lppgth of ecng (a
sctvS Norwich bird '->1T1 'ssia**-^ for six y^ara
*at.rleast) the canai;y bred^in, the old "^ast
���Angliar ctty has no ri<.al*-ta the world ���
JjOIj^op   Daily  Mail.
._-'��, ��
Ncrdica's* Favorite Song.
"���AVhioCi are- the son'g'-i I most I'njov
eirging? Uow shall I name tltf'uT?
They are ��) numerous! Yet T sup-po^y*;
*oja?,siuat, fetaud out- snore, ^plea^yttly
in  tho memory thaii  others.  JTh��r^  U
'���Citiih * AT ij\  ���Ron"* fnf nva.mmU.M.1.'t��i.   k.-_
for mo vory many pleasant a'vsoeiation^.
JIt ja a^favoritcols^ with  -the,, 'friprrd.'a
jWjl<> come to .lieaA" tne sing���my' au2��*aefe
i���and perhtiiJa that is another     reason
\vhyTlikeit;' I anr,very fond of* Italian
soiga���how w��i!l the Italian coiupoas'irt
suited tihoir compositions to tilie** coWerfe
room!���and among'tthem I may'j*el��H?t
��� "Caro Mao Ben?"tiVn8.occupying e, ywy
waa*m corner in my heart.���TiiHan Xor-
dica in the July Strand.
- Skipped Three Days. ,,
The mother of ,tho twins,found t!ii*m
fighting furiouHly, ��ayH The IlOusekefp-
er. Willie, the larger,twin,\wns on* top.
Ho was .beating Charlie, about the ,fave
nnd head.
"Why, Willie, how dare you ptriko
your brother Jike thntl" criod the mother, taking'tho boy by the car and pull*
In/4 *>>ni off.,
'���J had good caw-ui to atiike him,*' answered Wlllio.V -1    ,   . ,     ,
"Whnt do,you -moan?" she nuked..
"Why," fluid Willie, with a\,righteouH
nil*, "didn't t lot him li��o iny' uletl nil
In��t Saturday on condition that ho'd' sny
Jnj'i'.PTaycr��y fpr.'���,pin all this, week. And
1iova^y6''.]uiflt;;tfbunu;'>oui.->iliat '.ii*a*d* tikip*
pod thirco;day8.,r ��� yy:yr."'--yj'y- -y.v* :
.������>��,*�� ��
-.;<������ EtYiplpys  No, CpHoctor.'.y'���',;.
AAvj'ho.iiboauty.iabQiTttimy 8urglcal,iirivc-
tico,":hummed t,ho, lnofiqnlto, >*'}�� tlv.it; T
always put in my bill at tho tiht^'oi" t'ho
operation." "'���'������" ''!
THIS.watch is one of the bc>t
valueil **a have ever ��hown.n "
Thecoie Js made In hemvy l-Jk
-told,and contain*a (ullyiiua-rbnt'eod'
15 jewel movement.
Unjlroved with any mon&ijrsm
..and delivered post paid louny '
Vddrosa in Canada-*oxcopt tha
Yukon���for i$25,00. y     !:   *
'Our hsndibmdr llltutitud 144 }*.��������'nij..
logy- ���>!  ITHemnnd*. Jett'dry, Wijvtt.-iu*,
' Lcsilisr, Aru Cooilt. sad NovsliUi, ������
upon rcqusit.   _
RYRIE BRO^.Uipi^.'
154-15ft Yonao Street
��� i**yi *m**+im***n*m<*+4W# THE    CKEStON    REVIEW  i.JLh*. kMiill ���������  .if    '-   If-     ���������t-it- - 'i  ���������^.nj.^1,. K' >xlf,l  ���������'���������fiwn^Ufa  ^*tf������*%  ISJ ���������I***-*' ********>  ���������PfT^ru  JgJMtMJMiMUa-KIJ^^ ft_l|MU j^  S-  Siliy     I -LHLLUIII  w   -  T^O  6 50ft x 120ft. Lots, $100 each  1Q   OKtV  W  En B1������^  $3ftn  3/}  e*"**-^      -W** '   **^k * A  J*\X������"f      V  ���������*"���������*��������� ->������������������*.    *** *  *��������� w  / of c     % /*���������*.  s*#  rift  si  a  a  tffa/}  %**>S VASB ft  // ������ / # i>ef month  .��������� ' 8 ��������� . ��������� v  .TT-  /0 c^cres,  And   250  7  year  old   Trees,  Water,   ^^oining Town.  producing.      City  Sacrifice Sale.  APPLY  ������*#*      As a result of good management the  With a Local Flavor j ^Mt^������lm " ���������*R  Don't forget the big New Year's ball  which will be held in the Creston Auditorium on New Year's Eve, under the  auspices of the Creston danoing class.  There will ba a great number of outsiders present on this occasion. Don't  fail to take it in.  ra>##-4>*a*������������*������*������'������*������'������*������*������������������'������<>������^^^^^  Mrs. O. O. Rodgers and son Floyd re-  turned from Spokane on Wednesday.  O. O. BodgerB returned last Sunday  from Nelson,  Mr. and Mrs H. Hamilton aro leaving  today for Medloina Hat, -where they will  spend Xmas with their daughter.  About fifty of the local Indians left  her* on Wednesday for Oranbrook to  spend Xmas.  Delioions hot drinks served at Cool*  tar's confectionery store, consisting of  . beef teas, chocolate, cocoa, eto.  James H. Sohofleld, M.P.P., arriTed  in CreBton on Tuesday, and was shaking  hands with his hosts of Oreston friends  and admirers.  Boys'and men's spring and hookey  skateB, suitable XmaB presents at Speers  Mr. and Mr*. H. Maxwell are leaving  tomorrow for the old country, possibly  to remain, bnt we hopo that their visit  abroad will only be of a temporary nature.  Tom Dixon lost en valuable mare a few  days ago from inflammation. Th* animal waa only ill a few hours.  Max Bast, formerly of tha Dtmean  ranch, haa gone to Alberta, and it is re*  ported that he has sold his ranch in Alberta.  FOR RENT���������A plastered five-roomed  house, with city water and side-, talk.  Rent only f 10 per month.���������*Apply t.t> T.  M. Edmondson.  Dava Sftannon, a resident of Gi-and  Forks, passed through Oreston last 8 uu-  day on his war to Kingston, Ont., to  spend his Christmas vacation.  There is no extra oharge for av Xmas  or New Year's hair ont or sbavo at Bam  Hatfield's touaorlal parlors. Try hia  baths.  Just arrived, a ear of furniture. To  make room, we will givo speoiai Xmas  bargains in fnrniture of all kinds. The  Oreston Hardware and Furniture Oo.  Don't fall to buy your ticket for tlte  Hoard of Trade banq.net at once. ,Invitations have Iv-en aent out to prominent  peopla and thu banquet will be a great  auocsss, judging from present aiipsnr-  nncas.  The Greaton Mercantile Oo. aro making a speciality of handling all kiuds of  fruits this winter, among the varieties  of apples thnt they nre now offering urn  the Fall Pippin, Jonathan, Won Pivr-  main. Wineaap and the Walbrid go. Call  juui ������m lor juursetf.  Miss A; M. Opie, who has been teaching at the Alice Siding school for the  past few months, left on Tuesday for  her home at Fort Steele, where she will  spend her Xmas vacation.  Lem King, a young man working in  Huscroft's logging camp, ont his foot  very badly with an axe on Saturday last  and had to he brought to Oreston for  treatment by Dr. Henderson, and it is  stated tho young man is now recovering  The ladles of the Presbyterian Church  will hold a Boolal evening at the Oreston  Auditorium on "Wednesday evening,  December 20th. There will be a fish pond  and games will be provided for old and  young. There will be no admission  ohargedv hut ice-cream and refreshments  will he sold.   Doors open at 8 o'clook.  Yon auto go to Coulter's for hardware  Many of the yonng peoplo attending  last Saturday's dance of the Creston  dancing olass oonld not roaist the tempt*  ���������ticm of tha good sleighing and moon*  light, so loft the dance for ihe sleigh  ride before tho end of the evening.  That enterprising firm, tho Oreston  Mercantile Co., have ooutraotoru Rich*  ardi nnd Payne at work re fitting andf  overhauling the store recently vacated  by the Crouton Wlue & Spirit Oo. iu  tho Mercantile Blnck, ns it in thoir  intention to put a largo stock of hard*  ware in that storo at an early date. Thin  company's hnalnoaa has bo inomnsorl of  lata that it ia found impossible to carry  the immense stock lu tho one storo.  Watch for farther announcements re*  Kurd log this new hardware storo.  Services Next Sunday.  Presbyterian Church  Borrloes will be hold in  tho Proaby-  tor-tan Ohurih on Sunday next.   Morn*  ing sorvion, 11 a.m.;   Kvoniiig servloe,  7.������0 p.m.   Sunday aohool nt tt.UO p.m.  T. <J. MoIiRfm, Pastor.  Methodist Church  Bervict-Hon Huudiiy noxt: Morning nt  M a tu.; Hundiiy School, at'.,1)0 p.m.;  .1 veiling Bunion, 7.110 p.m.  3* J HtJTl5ttt.1r<v������J\ j***"tw  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  In th" matter of the Estate ef Joseph WJ1������ *������  late or Creston, deceased.'  NOTICE .Is" hereby given:that all -persons  having any claims or. demands against tbe  late .Joseph Wilson, who died on the SOtb day  of August, 1909. at Creston; In the province of  British Columbia, are required to send by post  prepaid or deliver 10 tbe undersigned, solicitor herein for Violet Art on Wilson, executrix  and Samuel Greaves?, executor under tbe will  of the eatd Joseph Wilton, their names and  addresses and full particulars in writing of  tbelr clti 1ms and statements of their accounts  duly verified, and the nature of tbe securities,  ifany, hold by them.  And tuke notice that after tho 25th day of  January, 1910. the said Violet Arton Wilson  and Samuel Gmtvcs will proceed to distribute the HBseta of the said deceased amoog the  Demons entitled thereto, huving regard only  to the claims ot which they shall thon havo  Imd notice, and that the said Violet Arton  Wilson and Samuel Greaves will not bo 1 table  for the sit Id asset!*, or any part thereof to any  Sersons of whoso claims thoy shall not thon  ave received notice I  1 Dated at Nelson, British   Columbia,   this  21st day of December. 1909.  EDWARD  A. CRKAaE,  Solicitor for said Violet Arton Wilson  and Samuel Or eaves.  XMAS AND NEW YEAR  EXCURSIONS  Tor the Xmas and New Year holidays, the Canadian Pacifio Railway will  make reduced rates for the general pub  lio of fare aud one-third for the rouno  trip Tickets on sale for XmaB, December 21, 33,23, 34 and 26; and for tlu  How. Year, December 28, 80, 80 and 81  ahd January 1st, all tiokets being good  for return nn il January 5th, 1010.  masaeaBmaBeammm  mmmMmmimmm  mm  -I  THE ��������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������  M  MUNRO  I CRESTON  .v  ���������  B.C.  a  M  A Few of Our  Xmas Specials  Box  of  10 David Harum   Spoolal  Cigars    il.00  Box of 10 Van Home Olgars      91.00  "     ��������������� Chamberlain Olgnrs   fl.So  25 Clnb Sportful O'-rtirs    $2.1)0  BO Puro Cigars..',  ....   18.50  60 El Doro Speoinl Oignrn III 00  100 Pull Mull Oignrettost *2.I50  *< Gnrriolt nnd Ardnth Smoking  Mixture.  These are the SMost Sensible  'Presents for SMcn.  11  11  i<  Wo onn nlao (supply nil kinds of liquid  comforts by tho dozen or moro.  Creston Wine &  Spirits Co.  tmmtt0MMW#m0m������#������*^^  How Gold Dredger 'Get the Geld  The steep hills and -ugged mountain! ot the Klondike region rive  rise to numberleu small streams, wliich become from lime to uia-tt  wiili the melting of the mow*���������the cloudbunta and heav*/ talai to  which Ihe country it sub|ect-*-ra'*m'| torrent*.  The grinding of the glacier* and the eroiion of thete lurbulent  ���������Irearna bring down rocka, eand and gravel from the inounula depthi  and la-tneues where man hai never yet penetrated.  In a region where ledge- of Gofd-beaiina <^titt are a pwmfnent  feature in the formotion. it 11 natural that thete forcer, of Nature ihould  lear nw������y qunnlilies of eiteeedinnlj" rich material.  ' TliU procew Imi been going on for ago,   The lilddca atorei ef  Colt] away in the hilli ore inexliauitible.  TJte rurh of thn tprrenti ii 10 impeluoui that even boultlai*! of  enmiderahle-ane are borne in their eouwe,aad only when Nal'iw  haa ipent henell do they find a retting place,  The brood aeefci���������ilie wider reacltei of the, ilv������i--<nilet the  ilream, and tlio God, in the form of nuggeu, graina and flakei.  rapidly aetUei. Gold is very heavy���������heavier than the rock ittelf, and  onco It finds a restm-r place, eifta down tluougli the llglit wtface mud  and aand until, by force of Gravity, it reaclici bed rock.. ,  Where the courte- of jlreami have been changed, the rWhert Placer  Minea are found in llieir old bod*. Biitfn lite farger, conitant itMsma,*'  , lltcw rich deponu aro beyond the reach of merely human Sgenciei.   '  It remnm. for ihe Uold predpe���������following thb heavy nugfleti  and parlicle* ol Gold down through the overlying itrata In the bar*  and benches of the river, to recover iheie (lores of Gold from lh������  Ireaiure-liousc ol N.iiure.  Theloni  ipt, searc  "el, if neei  *��������� ovtfifaii          .  attUmufalforY ofjcenlurIes--Ii reached.  B arms of the Dredge, with thefr raidleii ehafru of bucket  ���������li doivn, down���������through titty feet of wator, 'aantl and  -1 , ,c,'>cT1unt'J the Gold -ediment. and finalfy *ocd rock lt*e!f,  often owilaid ��������� with nn actual coverlet of pure ���������Gold-tlhs IwiwdW  acclimulalfori of cenlurles���������Ii reached.  The Gold Dredge brin-j* up (hit material In wliolesal^nuantitiat  ���������Jreat* it with teientllic accuracy to live the fineit particles of  value���������tennratei theidrou-������nd for the first time layi bare to lhs hand  of man ilua Virgin Gold. ,  While nenonally meient on our property at Stewart IUw,  Yukon  eyet a clean-up  and litis w;is preceded only   _.  ihe tame dredge amounting (0 $1233,86  Territory,  Klondike. Sepiember" 1 slTl'aaw wUh'"Irny" "irwifs  from our first and tmaller dredge, nailing *> 17.50,  ,   -. -, ,    - ��������� - $1283,86 In Gold.. I saw Uils GolJ,  C-tlifted from th* coJdAtavIng tablci ftf em. Djcdfle, ttKWti feto  bullion���������a solid bar of Gold. ������������������'���������,������������������,.  Willi tuch remit* in sight we ere benctfcg evary effoH to net twenty  of ihfse mammoth Diedge* al work on our properly, ThUtummer,  our aecoiid drcilgo went on���������larger and lUongar lltaa the fiiO���������and It  already at work,. ,  ���������. y*.0*'.-^.^ ,4'lSfl1 tnM from *M GanarJiaa Govanuarat, Oae  Htntdrtd and Five H 05) mile* of Dmhjable Gravel en Ihe S***-eit  Rivw, eighty miica from Dawson City, & the Kfoadike.   Ws haiw  tcttad l|itf gravel thoroughly with Drills, sari th* ranlta ��������������� hkhlj*  ahtfactory. Aa a matter of fact, the site ol ourho|dhm-������^rtKC������aiM  even before the GoJd Rush hV IBM. to be richT KktSWhAk  matter of public record that the Gold U thai*���������but ao located u lo U  dtffku t to obtain by any .hand method. And Fifty dia^cs ctuU  riot whauit this amain a Hundred years. y ,y  Willi a pWDOsitloh so rich, the JMytneni of diWdood* rut4 tUs  cobuWm) work of development can easily go band ia hasdL  '  To hurry this work of dsvelopmeal now, we tne m^Utlat Tra***  ury Stock in out Company. ��������� Three theusaai. ������tockl������iiis������������7iwy ���������!  them well-known In tlie C-nadian eountry, hm slretdy es eu* feeoU  This neceisity for Capiiel-. Dredge cosU upward, of $100,000  .���������rlumishet your opportunity to participate in a wondarfully rkh^Maa*  Our Company i# formed el.the pjek of b-raad'-mlridad  --Coyernor Ogilvfe. of the Yukon Terrilory^knewa land rethaetad h>  the whole Canadian cmmlty, at its haad,' It liiwonomleally wanoMtd,  with no salariod officials, uo Doudi*. anduoPrJcwilSt^ck.  ^ But the whole/stoiy is*told In our llluurtted yPf6q*dm\>i Ths  OMipon will bring it to you, Tlm supply fc limited. Fill out au-tvf  mail the Coupon b>day.- '���������������������������;.. y '������������������.; .)��������� ���������',,���������.v iAm,.'. h '"  ,.-���������:'/:  GoM Orodgoa are making millions.  Yukon B&tln Oold Dredging Co.,  0*tlS������t^*SBll jj^u x ^^^^  ������ W. Ctawion, Trcaii.  V**  S]  *���������*������������*y?   -  ..���������"!'  Pitas* jW*f  ' ' i������t,postojt*tmc  mm*-��������� . ~ .--. .*     pafdxyour fori*  Qiv Sonuract BnUdins    ,;.������������������'    v,tu$tHiMfH>$i*ctui,  vflmimttf ���������.  ,.*���������'  y.flnjffxf; with funpanic*  x,   X ,.*���������"    lm by rvtu* mlU '������������������*"'ft;  Ca>ahda        ..*'''    imd.-titooJlthatltncurKOeUtgat'ltm  wkiitawr tn makuijf thi* n?QUfit>  .���������''  ,.**      ffGPttff ..........4..........  ���������.������-,.,������..������,���������..,���������...**>...���������������*+.������%*������*  ���������TtW  ^  ���������w**- ������������������������������*������ ��������������������� **** ��������������� a ���������*���������**���������*��������� ���������������������������**���������������'  |���������t-���������������������������VM���������**���������������^ff|l^���������l'll-^tV,^-*,  -'     ��������� a    . * ' !* -..' \ '    X  mmmmmmmmmim  fmtmfn  . A.,.,.,..������.,..*.  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