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Creston Review Apr 22, 1910

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SSTON,  A^tXTSA:  ������NMM  'g^^Kl^Azfi  vigfxbS  iBmG^y^fftjimM  ,'ft������aSi!.f{**S'B  a ;;<.;/  *ISislSE^loflvlhitI  ing of rocea oo.  the fdlcwiag prGsrsss i-JS the day was  J^/ws Neat Association  |������|*g>|i^  *|n^ici^^  and a largo amount of now business  'jtfQw^^ vouai^XX ^o^Jiaost:  important matter dealt with was there-  .^yAs^j^sn^^ ;Xpsj^^^^tsisis^^^  aa presented by Mr. Scott was threshed  ^|iMtetl^'yi^;Uat $;ii*ai-^7^^  ISlfafttewtio^^  lyfiTuesKi^^  il'Mfinal'W^  ,:.-'.*'"'���������������������������'���������^-���������:���������'.;.-'.'* ' ������������������'-'i.'.:-'>;''"'"-..,j7r/-*LT..-.'.*.r.,,,.i-i''-:--  '-. ���������"*���������;���������>''*.* >)>''",'���������'- .:'*'.���������-'-'"Ii"-''.'.' ���������-* -^7*-i.".���������*"  -.������'"������������������"'      .���������_..,. , ....  V 6 -s; hoped that every oltbeeo or rancher j OGtobnu** by clause and several suggest  aiMS..j.f*-iiw t5t**^.'ifi; *M.*S������2K������^--sfe  Ssy^iyfl^,iOrJb*pi^^; __.^_l...JV  onltnre and fihpald gavre of immense ad  :&v'J^m.yrKi-ii,.>x  *;;o#������li&iiiget^^  ;m^X^:^^y^0^.  To all new auhecribers who pay  iii advance,Awe wUly^^A������biS^f|A  DAMAGE; ESTIMATED AT i$i8:,000-~  A'M^RB^ATAyE^  ������f^y;y!StrS^  J/A^ji&'itfE��������� :abonty'8"yO'cloefc^  fU&yb^I^ saw.  mill, and in an incredible Bhorfc space of  ll^df^^X^^^XyfJK^'.'.'i^^Q^ iaAflama?  :a^;ycaasu^diy .V$ho y firey originated;  ysttnewhera  total damage done is said to be between  f 15.0(M) and ?i8,0(M).   The oife      turned  out in mass ^d rendered what aid they  could'iii.proteoMngthe pilesyofAlnmbiB^  #*^Vbf>^^  Ayityis saia.thai" Mr. BodgerawiU either  build a^e^mill: or ���������w^Vj9atv;inA'aypt)rtr:  ^oyjm'iHyin't^  broke out in the sawmill of the Oreston  tho prompt application of the fire hose,  it.-5vw''''*atingnj^ in^stiga^:  tion after this firo clearly showed tbat  tbe mill had been set on fire by someone  and after an investigation by the police,  Chomas Robinson, the night watchman,  ;m^*������V������.yI^^ aV-'iiie  uill, were arreBted last Tuesday.   Kee������  l ^3fc^?i^a^fe  rA.:^.:\y^yy-^!&-yyY'y:'-:::y���������:'--:^^:-: '������������������������������������ ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������.���������"���������'���������;��������� ���������; ;���������;������������������������������������ a *  agerof theMuiiro^H^  for*^  charged with issuing a worthless cheque  for $100 lasfe^Fela*^^  was lodged by H. 5. McCreath, and after hearingyjtbey eyl&saico; pK*d������sce'l,y ih������7  magistrate committed the accused to the  Nelson gaolytoy stand trial at y thoyneit  conrt:of.bmp^  y,OnA Tuesday morning last^ one Ohas.  McDonald was chargod withvagrancy.  It 6e6ms that the man was begging money for e&jbite^:^  'd'eiwovM^  done some work lately and tho magistrate sentenced bim to two months in  the Nelson gaol and suspended een-  : l^i^\f^i^o^^^.^.-!^^^^tm. ;the  fellow to leave t<mM AX/ ;/X V y yAV: Ay  ...,,���������.,. .,.s-,T,,SS'Ksa*i-  AX$YM^$S&i  j|nent;:-ogo|M|'i|^  ob*^'&$������^  W^^WM^Ma!&W^"4-ri&������*&s.^ic^^v^^bn^,000 bail until  *^,visw-.ior-onoyear.anatne):^ifamuy.Afij?:,ww:^ ,:. ..;,;y,;-,fl,;. c;....y  \ Herald and Weekly Star till D<?c; j J Chorsday  morning, when the charge  >*8t;:A9!Qi7%y"M*^^  -���������-'���������������������������-���������----"���������---   * V���������whoarein;ari^ear��������� wboysettlonp  \ to_date, we wUl make  the  same  ���������:. V oftof on-ii^jiv^mlaa^pp^ii-U  ^ After reading thi8nottce don't  ' -dolay bnt sand the subscription  L prico above mentioned to the Be-  View office and secure this grand  gO^^Vyj^i^^n^l^  I^ri^ijb^^a^h^^  yi^a'.^hoj^i^i^^||T^r^^    Apajaw^  ially no evidence ogainat the man what-  sbjuocs, ������sm;������������^yyyyyg;^pg  A;voi^:A*iloiiOT8^^^  ^������|������':^*aia<A:Ste^  diln^g1;ionfc^|a?|^  Added to' this jai^ovidWDri^^  by;������aO;^fexr^  pl^^fraVe^itioip^  tbeyjodgment7^  -w������igjtife:of.e*^e*o^A7--yrl^^  ' ���������"     '--������������������-- -   -yyyf:y:;^:^ywy'yv):rfjyi^-&3'g������  ���������������.������? "tibta ~ ii������������������tei'^'**s':'..'^s;ssSa!^s*s  sold and delivered.  A77-?AViV-V'V. W': "isurauBSiH!  ��������� ;:-yy, '���������;.���������;' AvA^iv M\MiHn$fiS  ':-y:;'yxxxAyyx@XX$&i$%  snfoyaBle :&^gWmiljjll!  ;A7y'V':V.:.y :;-yV-' '.v^-^A:yA:;:;VyAyAV^#!2Mii^  iiniiiMV nifiasuuit avaii inv wim ��������� .v;.s:?yys;  aavv ;$((SS^  y Chas. Hall, who was cbnimitted f or  trial a few days ago by Slagistrato JOhtu  son onja^ba^ ' "wo^bdoira  clb^ne7|or|1^ to Hugo  S. McCtoatb, b*^ by His  Honor Judge Fcririn of Nelaon. Alt may  :l^Vs^tsi������^^'.ls^i^i^toly'^tei!;thei ao-  :oi������ieji. ��������� A*ji^i|ooi^^  ���������it 4t;'(;.'j*iejCi^ the  ^hvedne^AyAM^ to  0|^BSt;fc.a;^sa  ^fe'riyteiwBdil^ :-y.yy.y^.^:-yry;s^*>yj^wi������;y^%5y<yy  authorities who then^dy^  wmmm  -���������---���������������������������--:.SS*>^  1^  ;*spOTtiVtot7JP-*)^^ yhoniOAoiAiffiw.._..,. ..,,,vu,���������...  hosy^S;3^o^ ������immi^^:li^  ���������Sri(BBfeift-Afc*Mj*&-5i^������  tteman'ojj'S^^  no'end ���������^���������j^iSyT^  ��������� ������IE b-yC^^||SwS|i^  ladtea,;.08^'!������^^  a: drawing COTtfe&ibO Wi*^^  ,..,.^,^,..,,..iJ..^,,J...^      _^_  In the case o  "Watchman "Bob*  ^|p;rlM0iy76jii^i^  JAjGo^rectiony  yO^tata of pupils of the Oreston public  |||^ft^ ;*&onid> have ^jtoiid'^&W,! lafiiwi  c^ponseB.   Oat of this there is  illUabojanotJoJ-lia.esUftforgnmeB.  A'������������������!'���������:���������  ! :i"ss-?:',:������'i!^*y1sii^Li^^   biimelOanftdlan^lilO.'^lUlluToy will  r������fto^tb^ P^nd d'OrtlU   ^ to^ ?lth ^���������ao^'rivoi'. I.  counti^.brokofn**v;oompoiiy,   r^mmonid^yw^  :^[i^^Mtjb^  iw^soeioji^^^ft^  omwbxa^a^;:^  '���������^'O^dStreain ;rainch;i' to^t^p^ihfe  above abd tbe Minister of Agriculture  Md:.l^!'dopati-fywiilc  ytioaXdYyYA!YA^yAAyA.YAYAAYYYYYXYYYXi<iA  'SHflJ.-...���������>,..���������..'���������������������������:���������.',...vt...yy-���������������������������ur ������������������... ������v* ,a~.-v.- .;.v,iviyyav w  -.; v::>i' i.,';\;....'y> -, ������������������������������������:]��������������������������� >:��������� ;>.-, ��������� i-.v^.-Wc ������������������ ."-'\ '-"������������������. v. ;---^;-'.' v;y.���������.:. ���������:������������������ -ay  :XyResolutions A^ewyadopt������a.y!B^dOTsing  the national apple show, Maxwell Smith  plaining the immense advantage whioh  ^���������aW;^^it**^^  ���������market condition  momTOt;|������-.������^  yip^o^!;^^^ of  mooting obdtba' jwraS-bition ywUl'. meet  -at'^oii^a^ W������o'  clow of Vbe proceedings tho delegates as  tho. gneata of Mayor RoWnson were  vAAAY^^XX}AX^XXiA^yM&AAAXy0'M;AAA:.  ,������.p>\cV'tt*.������W*..-rfW.--'.������������������%i'-l'������*W^i^Aitiq'AiM. *.������<������^r. l.Aw.1  3, the well-known war  io  S^mbWAofV'tbVie^iOw^iiM^  aworo that tbe accmsedVARobinsou told  M^Oreath's repeated requests: to with-,  draw the charge, Ohosr Hall has boen  ;^^������r||ftot^^  ;oii^o|^i^^led  in the proceedings and McCreath had  applied for a withdrawal of the charge  before the evidence hadbeengone ���������>into,  ���������*&���������������*  Aoviop   ii'ft  driven to int*reBtlog points abon������ the  y SholadieB of tho/MothodiBt'/Ohiiroli  will hold a Pio floewtoo ^ondoy Evening tie 36th; In tho MtwantUc Hall; a A  two* wiU too in:������fe%0'^*bb^iAd.  fHo/������,i(to. a dip, will Utivo you a dollar's  worth of fon. Oome and bring a friond,  Y'A&BSS^^  ������������������PA.  fWes|Knii^^Mp|^^^  Jaii^sVcfvi^itiiu^  Britain.   He has also beOnyistting some  Ifnerpa^-lj^  Jias expressed himself at highly delight-  od with the country. Vy^hUstih-Edmoh'.  ;^on;bo;wia8:peiwmded  ���������on his experiences;  the Empire- theatre  was token and the house psoked'jto the  ^o^^tfi-'iftn^^  ���������dently delighted from the very first to  the last.   Onr readers will bo pleased to  ^ini^i^^  ^.'gl^alept^  :T^8da^nt������t:^Oy;*3|3^ ;y:'Tno^ An-:.  ^t^rltt^^iu y^.AynmnjrV  Tiattles fought over again that night, abd  jitiayglv^^w^^ tbe_" Old;  '.���������potot^-^hon^'ho^^  ��������� y'V1 TheyEi*^ fedb^  towing: ;to ;.'My'.' of ^^*m0;:y^iera :^': r  *43^de1t^/^llie^ I war  ooji^pbo^^  night to an andienoe that filled the Em-  ���������fldro theat iro^^^o' jiiatiawi^ bright-  ������ned by opV^a of Jw  "both skotoh and camora.wb^ tb  ���������fflluBtroto in spiondld fashion vnriou6in>  ddonta in many of tho warit whtch have  -telcen placo dnrlrig the paat 25 yearfl.    .  this.statement to try and''Milt:the'blaim'b  horn himself. All the witnesses ih this  case-swore that they believed tbe mill  bad been sot on fire by isomepne^ as coal  oil had been sprinkled around. The case  'again&yBobinsony^  ,,. -Y, ^;:'vi:.';5^'ji;;f;::;yV ���������-.. ^:iAX:i}..^XA*XiXA{'&?rty'-^^X.~.-Xi ���������'.)������������������.���������-X;  V8-86vohVT]ani^^  y;:V^i^vti^^e:i^;R  Inson, charged with burning the sawmill  at Erioksou^aBcaUed^lasli iTEiarsclay,  eveninginthepoUoe court Mo-idBtrnte  |JohnsO|%^ii^issiid t^ipjbiu^  !^^:ilio':J^an:i to lea^  The evidence in this oase, while dam-  v?li������ii tae tuiug,wcuio nsvo aeen- sadedi  Mr. Young,: After d^rin'ty'i-ofnolunbnte  wero V *^vediy;*Janol*^:'^^  and yjarions omnsmg -gatnea  ent on this occasion were: Me*dathea ff^sxMS^^m.  '*S������VS������siOT<K53KS33Sa  the flro at Bodgera* mwmiibxijto&Xavt  m  theprea*^;magjsfa^e  a^us^yj^dyb^nycom:  At that stage a magwtrate bahnot con-  mmmmmmmmM  . y.;^yy>^^->: ������������������*,-:- :-.-.:���������..^^M^^^^U-.'  i ���������������������������.���������'���������p^iw'"r,-|������.-->':''v..'..1,-'y  vff^SSifi*^  xYvyyzy^tfikyAi y^:^^'^M^m:i-k'  ' ^X^M$^JU^ft&^%tOUit^i^:Aily-  ,'���������: ,; ^::vvr���������:;i-t:���������^f^^,c^���������^^.^ '.  y:^t^^o*������Ma^, ������a������^^^^B0i0^  trlot, orteob^oaUy called, 8mJEtdl Debts  Court, hold here last" Saturdays Magis-  '   '"'': A .'���������'(���������:'  ;'-V'itl'^!'.y"'.i*'i v",yy.'A ���������- ' '���������.'��������� "^ -?'1- ;*:v :'.'.~A;y-**,v". V;>';j>.IV^'i;'..*,v:j.1:^'..!���������'--  trate Johnson gave judgment in tiie.foil-  owing^oaawV.;'"-Tbat6f;tho.'0^toj������VSibr-  aging to the character of the aebbsed- in | oantUOOonipany ve. J.A. Mitoholl .^ion-J  conriootlon with his dealing with a oheqne 'wtte, which; was adjonrned f^ loot  week:*SVAiJna^  (rfyitivit'dlowrworkman, yftjdled;. tp ^y ipi^ any  $ay 1 loisueot .him. :witb| bei^'j^-plic^  in .^oflre 'and he' 'w.**������^6onB^iao|tJ^  oria^^;^0^  bheque, having been paid tbo amount by  RobinBon, refused to proseonta in the  o^itwo.'|maiter.. "��������� '���������'   , \Xy"X/y   ���������yy''*'>'.<;.  .*.t".;  i4i',"it i  W,pM  IwilVVl  ':>;-*;|  I'W".''!  Ir'ifl'.'-i'l  M'X  AXA';iyAXA: WAR^m^XXXXAAXXrA  A'Ayyyyoy--^   -   V,'-..-V::?y.-A;y^y:;!y,y,;.':.,-.',;,;.  Please Joke notice thai; anyone damag.  iri^f iwr ddiitioying ony'pifOpett^  *tiy&titiAi'yyXy  byih^S|fei^<3^  ���������an'Mflna^^  ^itt'tJi^'tKo.;'-*^^  '"���������Vy !'.-:��������� .������������������'''.������������������"^'.!.-'.'^s.-.'.y.''i,;!,--;Hr~rTr*,'^  ;;AV S6mO:> of'thbyyonhg "viirnw  held a meeting in the Revio#A  conBidiU* the odvisubiUtT  )iwottci^^  ;Grab������3itt;*w^o^     oba|^^;?^^stl^^  |b^iwiA^;!pofe  ���������DOtt^!:p-W^i|||^  ibvfo*ifc/offl-ob;:^i^#|g  ^A.-ftfIVS������ttUw^y^  piainti������for ^  , ''y^j^oa^  whioh judgmont y-aa reservod, we*e dls-  posod of ao followa j In the crma of Mit-  cbollvs.. WhoeJon, jodgment wwelyen  for tho dofondant with oost*,* ond in tho  cobo of MitohoU Vfl. AMcIni^  was givon-tov-i-ho^^p^  coBts. .Ab''thoso'''iin'iiiii^:^9^^^i^-  ������������������.���������    '-.���������'���������' ... .,- ���������-';..-r- :..i,-..i; 'Mi'.V--. ������-,'. ���������.���������:������������������; ,.>ii.\.w������>3'-r..?>*':'v'   Oommittee, .SrS'eoM-B^'Ora  :SI������lhnbri7A;S*ofi:^  ^^pieafeytimd^Wa^  ���������mittlBB;;;j;A;Stei'^  dances. V:'8':;:-^'aKm'^e^  Tbo price of odm-Ufrion for;M  ���������wm fixed at-Jl.OOtrtth tha im^^lAhd.  i ?-'.. >���������>,-  ���������ft-''"-.'?  Croston Powor Light and Telephone Oo. I to hovobeoftot  _^   will;jbo'li^iiebntedMdordto est, it may bo fltftted that In giving judg- ��������� hold in thb MowantlU Holt,V6^A^*1&:  thcj'A^i^adlwob^  qui^bidy [vtp -v brlngy a ; ��������� 'cwti'i With y thom^y y$iM  oiwlf ovonti'of'.thoVsea  mm  ���������i*yr  >v".'i..'..v'.|4y>'W!if-;.;-.  '^..!y^!l'v|.^y'i..^..,''  7   y>:AY-MHM  . .������>:. .* v J',.-, 'V>ffW>vi'v<i;  XXmXAAAAi'M^XAx  lyAyYiAy.. \ A A, "I'WW^^  ly  y.m.i"V;|. i'ii,  i.'..'^u',"|.v.rA-i������..t"v,>'     I  ,[..,;;,-  Ati*A\  JokoSoarflon, lately appointed Supor-  la^obd-Af-1 of bridge* for Ymir riding,  emivod from tho weak on Monday loat  ���������iwd for tho.' flMt f ew' bonw Of tor bis  ������������������arrival ho wiw br*^  JT, a. Littlo and other old*timo^^W  Mr. Soarwij is an experionood brldgo  littUdcr, havibgl^& omployod by  ���������O. P, R. for moro thon 6lxtoon yoarfl.  ifjU 'oJso; rni-p^rin^^  :<Oo^ ififot ^dioia('0i'.'.WoU no tho Goat  ;-*rt*Mr ������r^ OroflibniM to  look ovor tho varlou������brldgo work in tWfl  diitrlofc with G, M. Bemnoy, obolf rond  and bridge   suporlntondfinfc   for   thia  00������mC5*r,]y.i.-:,v(,v.y.y... A..\YAA.<; .'!A:.;-'yY   '  mmmtmmm  At-yy-ftXi  ;.?yy'iir,yf;y",y-'  ������������;:M  r(Y.' I  <^mpfr^  ���������MXB&m*'  f Satisfaction, Gmmfi^y  ���������:^o^gnWM^Bi^  ���������JscMmi':  * i  y;Ai'':A';;A:;'OOMPA|ry'lI/ri>.':-''A'- ���������  II  ' m   ~  Aftar MaroVi 111, tho offloo of tbo above  will bo la Canyon BWoct and tho wan-  agemonfc will ho In tho hand* of Mr. Ony  Lowenberg,  to whom oil wator ratoa  I moot b* paid ��������� promptly in aooordauoo  ->.���������'.'��������� I. '...���������.-..,..,(..'������;.., :������������������:,!��������� ;*....  a.,'.,"... i*,;/J-.���������A'.'|.     .'���������'.' ���������-  *wi,*W ........ ������f������������ ������������������������* *���������'*������������������.'������*������*. ������������������������'  flU*  _��������������� --^.^i������,.,)ii������������.|Ni,M.������������������.������V>���������*������^> ������*- -  ���������mmb*bmo*m*-i������������^^ ^T^-^-frr^rrT"-5*''""' *���������-. /.^vr,';.'w.rWj.'Tij,..^,��������� -.-.v..^,,^!,.*#.,.-���������������- v .������ v*.f..r-'i',^.s^vrA5ri5^^^ MA  K&  I.-',  \  >A'  s  ���������*'  / i  ii'  I''1  liiSSS^i3.0S;iiSiipiif  <r Jiisfcvwhy oue meiterial is given tlio  pieft'i'tncc o\er all others is impossible  to '���������i,}, hut it is all in line with ciciy-  thirg that has to do with fashion, aud  Cfcpcically fashion .is regiuds dress. Some  cola:. ";omo model and s>oviv f.ibiic will  suddenly spring into prominence .md at  onci he*"the rage,"' often identically the  same? thai has, I-eeii befoio the public foist a-.ou lifter nea^oii without even at-  tiafcbig Attention.  It is one of the <*-*crc'.s> of trade, and  a secret not to be indiseicetly divulged,  and the faruinhio population, as ������, nile,  i=> well content to accept blinilly the dictates of fashion a*s regauls colors and  maU'iials, thereby &aiin<������ a lot of time  and thought, ior the woman who would  be known as smnitly gowned has a task  in thesa days, th.'t iinol\cs far nunc energy than tii.* Yi.uld at l.uge can im-  agi**o. I  There are mateii.ils popular year utter j  yeai. and nppaiertly no change of style  or   t.i^hion  affects  t'neni.     Chiffon   has  led   a ehaimecl  life   tor   a   longer   time  ti'.r*.  v.ould bv.   11 edited,  and   *-till  mu-  vjves and i> in co.'-,t.int use.    Silks, satin^. -ii'ImI-j .J.  .a:;* in populaiity a-s regards  design   and  weave,   a eh et   bciny  sing.i'aily sei*-*iU\e to ciiticism.   OI lato  year** there has been a l&ueh more practical   \;e\\   t*?l>������*n   oE   materials,  and   iu  conicqnenec   life  i-   far more   bearable.  3Tot only is a detei united effort made- to  produce   naa^ciiai^ suitably   light     and  cool   for   summer,   but   coi respondingly  heavy and'warm for, winter, while at the  same time fashion deereees the wearing  in T" at������l lio-a^-*- of the same thin fabric- I  tbat i-ff*- aj*pri.pr������}Tt.? for summer. j  -Clothes  Question  Simplified. j  I:: consequence the whole question of !  dies-- li. => ht-er> -in>plified. and theie is no }  ������tic'i ^\|>eirditure of time and labor  b^iliip: ji.d autumn 211 putting away!  clotiks ior the next season, with tho ex-J  coption of ths heavy winter street and j  fur -raiments. * ,< 1  Yoila de soie and cashmere de soie aire j ^.^^^  two  material-  of which t-ash i* heard j ^^TX'  these day*, aad both are in. great demand for eveiy sort and description of  ������o'fl!i for dav'and evening, for houso'and. |  Appasted, and Consumption Cured i  , ���������* * " ' ���������' ' \%i  Mr. G. D. Col well, of Walker ville, Ontario,-was stricken down-j^jj  whit La Grippe in 1308 and it lci'fc liii)i������in ;very bad. 'condition. [$5J  Uu saj's:    I'was till run down and'bordering oii 'Goiu>umpfcib:i:  I cmilii r.ot sleep  fc nights, had awful sweats, and coughed newly  olo time. Tnis is how I was whon 1 bat an to .tal-o  Psychine, in a low nervous sLuto; bub from tho fh?s������i, bottle I bt'oft-i  to i::*prove. It did marvels for me and brought 1110 hack, io lioa.tli  in no timo, making a now man of mc. It fortifies tho boO.y ntur.iinbt  tlio attacks of La Grippe aud ia a sure preventative.    I always take  tlio w  If  Psyoblno  time."'  if I i'ool p- cold coming on and it puis mo right in no  NO HOME SHOULD BE WITHOUT PSYCHINE  1  :3YCHIKE is the Greatest Strength Restorer and System  Builder known to medical science, and should bo used  lor COUGHS, COLDS, WEAR LUNGS, LOSS OF APPETITE, WEARINESS  For Sale by all Druggists and Dealers, 50 cents und  Si por bottle.  **������  &*������  r  1-  *  'J  I*1  !|  8  /4  Kf  m  m  1  !fy*&8������S&5?&ii~  $m0*'  ilribh Iboo or-^f embroider*?dyinen,4iin  ishod with 0 tsmalLaabot in^rontV is <i  suip to ha becoming"-, Irish is better than  any other kind of lace, aa it -washes so  -well. A rx>llar of tlm laee-.can best be  made froih. a' strip, ofv insertion, cut the  light Icue-th. and'fastened with small  linen covered buttons and thread ey<;s.  It t-aculd bcjiiisted to a foundation of  shceicst batiste OJ** la^^ty'������prhvent , sit  from I caring or pulling '*svh.eu -washed^  A small tab made of a three or four-inch  piow of I be laoo will finish this collar  in 5'ont and servo as a jabofc.  Ivf-h laco bv alio yard ca-a ^0.01^  bo bmurhfc cheaper thauvif \i. regular col- '  lar Hicco i** purchased, frho made    col- {  Ins't'oo. aro uot aot to fit .thp' neck s.o  ii������.ll an a straight     stripe     of   lace of  just the right width for tho ueck.  On  h   lonmout  counter   bits  of  lace  often  r.vu bo found most inospcnsively, iw*-  t������en  or   anV wav   fourteen  inches  being  siiffieiont for a collar. Washed carefully  with a good loco aoap.Awo p������ooo������ of, lace  will last 'hrtuglr.au outixp crater, wor������.  evory dav in Ibd w*ok/H cawfully *on-  cd with   ho ht-riua of celluloid, whiohftt  into littlo taoo cn.es, the oolluloid being  i ippel out vhon the collar is washed, a  SS crfSr of thi, kind is lc������sti^ublo  ovon than a stiff .UneiooqUar. ^J   '  .(1n'   tha vraiatNa'collav'.band  ot  ������b,hv" Iri* -\oavy point is'.'bouncl  4    1 Ii- v.Ml" nor will tho two lace col-  L .tt moi'o" tbo cud>han the num-  nlir  eniWoid^red . ooUafe ]which ,it *������  wiaU-r, /o  qw-ckiy uo  ������bo  collar   t--a  tear tho staiched liueu,, T  ���������~JA'X3.'''  XiA^'.&'X^^  W?AXmXy-y:;XjmX40XA^  TUgl'  X IWl  FRENCH  HANDKERCHIEFS.  f-oav* have  *"!"��������� ST*^t~"  /"t"3~**-**  -^3T^:,^c:������(*a^S3^^^  material itself much thicker      and iv**  transparent.  , It- is. sa*.d that tunics finished with  fringe will be v������\ smait this summer,  sfn'a'rdjcadv  there' are many charming f 81 RTH  ���������w?tt?t;  streps-wear, although this is rather too |  sweeping a  statement   as  regards  thft  voilf th* soft*, for it is quite too thiu to |  be worn unless under a heavy wrap for  souie   mouths  to   como.,   Cashmere   de  soie i> a fascinatingly soft 'and Sine material *thafe lend* itself"most admirably!  to   any,   fashion   that   requirest  graceful j  Iine^ 01  elow" fittinj? effects.   It moulds 1  itself into tho'figur^,' it- seems to drape |  itself into  of  Vf������i;  Mid  becoui'ig whether it is in dark or ������g  long lines, and is of a be&utv i sa-*"*s  Mid finish that makes it most' wf���������lw  the embroidered nets and  iiitjes taa; aie- made with long tunic effect and finished with fringe of crystal  beads.  Fosr ������tiect wear   -when the weather is  warmer  the daiker color  voile "de soie  gowns wiil be most popular. Black is to  b^ fashionable, eithe the ail black, with  oaiy a touch 01 color in   the embroidery  en tlte  waist, or made over color      or  whke  asd  with only  black embroidery  ��������� *r T'-in*.*nir.*2.   ujurer shades of dark blue  asd gre������i arc Tery attractive and will  1v������ tno<t  popular,  but uot the ordinary |  Embroidery on the material il,-  ,5t j avis���������livjary   silk      embroidery���������is  more  htj ?s������h:o������?s>> than bands      of trimming,  chiffon-*  velvets   beon   united  handsome toilet^.  note,  ^llks  and  to  mako   these  '-;  wuh a. \  sbade^. It has a satin lustre that at a  distance gives much the same effect aa  cliairn"'de   satin,   and   any" Miibroidery  and  then there  are heavy embroidered  lace* that are used and that blend well j ^l*1"  Kfbruaiy hoi 11 shall  finti  ot   i*-ilk  or - elaborate   wimsuin^  kind   serves but  to  aecentnato   its   coi-  orinr.*  It has ben made up in reception  and theatre gowns  and   for t!u*  spring  will !���������<��������� greatly used for street gowns.  Voile de soie a���������~arently is fashionable  for aur occasion, oue reason being that  tlieie aie so many different qualities and  weinei, vaiying froni rather heavy to  the finest and sheerest effects. Some  qualities resemble chiffon and mousse-  lino de soie so closely that it is scarcely  ���������po-iF-ibta to distinguish one from the other, but a clone inspection reveals a rather closer, firnW foundation than the  finer <|uaHtie������i ot chiffon and a HoJter,  moie illky iiniKh,.than mouMeliu ,de  soie.  . Importance of Color Scheme.  Tin* present demand1 ftii* embroidery on  the mate vial itself can uml is moat satis-  fiictoiily canioil ^>ut in voile de .90'ie,  and the clniiuiiiig: and unusual colua*ugs  art* a)������i> most easily effected, for the  fjibrti' i** so delightfully transparent that  nny1 lining allows to perfection. Crystal,  in>arl, sold and silver t*iubioidavy aeenia  to ������t*tiid out fiom. xuch a background  more distinctly, and if put over a satin  ioumlition aliowi up th^ color ot" the satin, n\ the 'aaim* time k^epinj; its own 1  imliviiluaUty, ���������   - *  'J'lnj color scheme  question  is  an  all  abuovbing one, and tin*  endless variety  ol (*ffei*ti������ to be obtained in the embroid-  oicd.voih*- de **oie gown* make* the w-  cnp'ailon **t  chousing the  trousseau at  the moment, iiiimt fascinating.   A china-  .-.inijn in own voile de soie thealie gown,  cnibroi*lereil in gold  and made  over  a  ���������"���������  yvlliW "aa'tin  foundation,    If*   a     color  ���������  jiel*j*W* that axmcala to ev<*rv woman of  , ��������� artiste .tftnte.   r.eavl,or crystal embrobl-  i*i ed  pale, grey  over  yellow  ia another  wcliriho .tliat challenges   nttontiou,  anil  with the -roil������ de ������>:<* aw material. There  anv 1 ^ *.uch *\ variety of choice in color and  desifirn  tliat it -would seea, ss though 2.  .failure   were   impossible.  *. T. A-shmore.  STONES   FOR   FEBRUARY.  Ont*  may  ha\e eithei   pcaiU  thyst both aie fa^lwoiab1*.  The amethyst blende > > %\ X.\  the  violet  drei's"' shadv>.  One iii|i)' ha\e whole neck ac.���������>  aincthy������i>-  Or tlieystone may be sunken .ii a g.ddj  locket X'iy  Or worh in one of the ������il*w ^hlrt v.aliit  lin-js. 'yy  l*eo������-lsr:'''ftr^an"*thysts in tlie new tviitt-  cd hatyypjns are handsome���������i������cful, laj.  to wear";with  laco frills and jxbjta,  _A*-:di,*!7;re me rliminnlire  watches o:  elaborate brooche*  which  may  be  ileco-  Dited *\V������th   these  items.  Wear the amethvst for peace of  min J  Since! ity and' peace  of mind,  FioeJom fiom *.a^ion and, from  tf th^y the auif thyst wili w?ai *'  esie  solid coloi bonier lWM������sf  nuaieot white> ^ ett.t.e  biOjil������ied   iu  doc>mte  one  White,  eoruei  aie-'o'itc'it  ^Xii'oveTpiaWs and little ,cT-lpr^tape  Holders ar/hKed by m?f y wc.m.1 .  n������n���������iition.il   designs. \n  t.olpi^   witi  Conventional, designs. \n  hand    embtoidcred    dots    aire  anotlici  "French notion.  jolored lvn&  White squares, with wee cc  and colored medallions,  aie lovely. ���������   ,"  j ��������� -. -is  SEEN   IN THE  SHOPS  OF  FAR!$:  "* Ihe jabot is getting longer aiid'lbnger,  A new material fov blouses is toile de  soie. rv . . ,    .    "  Kows   ci   gill   Duttorw   tiim   tai^red  coat*.  There   is 'a* steady  nan ower sknt*.    * ' j.  <.  Gray velvet  and  siivet   buttons  look  well togother. < ,       *      v  ������*3ome-of theu new hats h**ve eoibrolu-  tendency , toward  ei * d  ��������� civet crowiio,  ,-a-ph**id   piaudsj are  moie in all colors.  ig^eaiing   *>!"���������������  MADEIRA   EMBROIDERY.  It is comparatively new.  Itv rivals the French work.  There are round flat collars.  Also jabot*.  And lingerie���������this is exquisite.  Waists, too, show thia fine handwork.  There are many eyelets and it is "better" in effect than the French embroi-  The natives of the Madeira Islands do  the work���������hence the  name.  The linen or other fabrics are seat to  this country already embroidered a������d  then made up here.  PICTURESQUE  EVENING  QOWNS.  Reception, and oven ing  gowns*   are  nil   along' picturoaque     lines.       The  the mU wllo* over'bine is also strik-1**}?*   **   8Ugh   ������roc.k������. ar.ft ,1?ot   ^erV,  S'biVAf'tbe'mb^  11^.   vnv imv v       1 JS dujpogg,} *n 0iosc lying foida.     Jt  would eooni that absolutely new com-  {.biiiatjona  of iabrlcii were,. ��������� iwipoBftiblo  lug       in the seasnn i* a curious light yellow,  ������iii}������ri)j4jf*.j;.cil . in. ctit  g*������bl   und   yellow  ������������������-isr v^bi^RJMl'^/ '��������� a^������ 1������:A* ������-))Cnr'e|- ������������������ ������?;.f aundattion.  ���������Of' doejier yellow matin, while the daring  jlonUadt of Ilsttier  blue.  1* introduced  'lin velvet, a band of which fitiiahe* the  ttbnlc, but i������ put on under tlia^voita tie  ioie.   On the itraiaV ia %������lat^<* -knot; of  'the velvet near'the \ftft|*ti'publ6i:;,V 'flw,  ^enlgn waa copied froni^iaii'l'"old French:  .pjiinting, an, iiidecd, art* niont of tlio bent  ilcHign-i, and thia reblorlb^/Amaterflalft :|i.nd  '^immiogs avi- wonderfully attractive  (!(. TutiicH, plain and draped, long    and  'short, are most fashionable in the voile  ���������till*- noie, and, a* already has been nVated,.  ...contranting colo"rKr'are popular. }-A.t Athe  "'���������aiiie time, the all. one color is ^fashion*?,  %blc aluo. Tlien the whit* aaliu.jliaings,  yiu cream, whit*  'fremoly smart. A  '"fJfMth tunic  and waist, of old blue     in  ..ivoili* de noic, ia most  charming and al-  '.Snost severely plain. a<������ the only    tviin-  "ming is a broad bund aci-nun (he    tip of  ."ithc  low cut   wi������int,   which  hm  stii'pllice  foldrfitl'aViailc inUt be������or/iipgly draped,  !*>Thi������������ model moke it a small theatre gown  tfrand in one of the new������it< ,^!ei*ign������, .        ,-.,?  ,*i'i.;   'llie akirU tlwl  in arnunel tlie antcleu  '���������are certainly on������, t|i������i  ecccntrlo; owlcr.  -.if.but tliat the faidnoii ������*i������i������' there la   110  ^denying,   and  the   leiidiug  dicKumnkera  'fata apparently trying their hardest' lo  -f"ovolv*������ ������nm������ modification of the origin-  .,:vat styU Ibat will IwsypOAHiblri and becoming. There are  few ffguiew      that  can  utaml the fnMiinn nt th* skirt* so   inuth  COLLARS  OF   IRISH   LACE.  When hat weather returns     rand the  days ave  spent in .tennis, rowing-, golf  and the thousand and;one other modes  of glorious summer fun and     ������xerc������e,  'then a low turned down collar may     bs  worn onco again. In /midwinter, in    a  schoolroom,   however,   a Buster  Browa  collar is anything but smart,*, it is too  inappropriate and also too generally unbecoming to be in any way attractive.  I lt is comfortable, of course, but so ar������  I .low, shoes And '   slippers and    a great  many other things which worn iu   their  pi one? time and place ave all right, but  which can also go under the heading of  "bad  style"   it  their  pu*e  comfort  it  taken advantage of and they are worn  at  immutable  times.  A Dutch  yoke ia  charming for a party, frock, and on    a  dainty summer bodice a Buster Brown  collar  or lawn  ahd *>la������������ ^ia extremely  pretty, but certainly.* long expanse,of  neck  appearing  above- a coat  collar ia  noi and never can be becoming, no matter how  beautiful or of how piquant a  type ia the wearer. '  If a.atiff linen collar     is unoomfoiyt  The r.ew shirt coata w.'l fit 1 ������tJte\y  nnd >i?ng in straight lini*.*   ^  ^ring^'is being used on many of the  Laibans'of draped'straw  ov silk.  Indication?, are that the boWo >������itd  Etou will sgair. com* into favor.  Dyed laee 01 simple pattern is wutn  uader the top blous^ of sheer material.  High sho*������ of white ,buek*kin p^oiftjse  to be .poatular the coming spring.  Gicat round bolster muffs are t'ivaU'tfl  the fiat and Krge envelope affairs.  The newest blaek silk atoeking* are  embroiderei up to the instep with liny  -jet bead**.  Quaint is a bag of white .suede in a  raised pattern ot a swan ontlsnsd is  hriUianln. '      *   ."  Man* a #u*nmsr goira .will -Jh������.ve the  akiTl mads up of a serisa otSuffla* of  vaiying length."  Diewss of eol������r������fi ��������� ambroidery on  w}|ite will.bs a'lno-ii**-' th������,u������n������ual ayiwas  for summer f������*a.r.>  s the'secret'bf   SKiloh ^ttc^^|yfd$'l  forty years���������trustworthiness. XZAyXA  When you contract a colder-like a '���������^isK^^  you  wanb ,rto;, cuSe it���������SKiloh's Qar%#i!  do that quic^l^. -J *- ���������*  **.       ISBII.  When there is' a "cough  in the household;!  you lcribw' 'SsVell ks we do'^whafit ri^*^le|.<i;|  ,.*to: Asthma, Chronic Bronchitis, C6n^mp������j  '*  tiqn, ar$ its. fruits���������Shiloh's cures .���������gp^gh^t  ��������� All throat^nd $r,onch^tl sc|e^^|,^p^nfe  flatnmation are eased au'S healed-;^-fmlbgi T f  secretions are safely removed, by Shiioh'sf'  "incipient Consu^ix4S il^ck^lfyii  soothing,   building^ influence   of   ShiloH'sl  Cure/ **��������� 'Yo^re^i^^fia^from^^Se^^G^  way a long standing lung cough isy^l^sn^.  <:Wi  \WixMmii  l:$w%yiT\  < tMeci^too CosgO,  *wr^fji      -*������������������"*'���������       -���������-*'  iy*y^������iiij5i^!������f,'s*is*  Cure  wher6  ated,_a^d ct^rea  ^WhoopinglCo'ugh  Jnjtimel? Shilolvs  'of-^the Housed  children.  It's the RemeS  <Snd Cro-uip^tak^gtl  thet^'  are..  il  uy  '&%i  C������fcM.������-yvaii I. n ���������!!. '  imi  wm  wxmi  y you can  l������Ol������i  ylm  f"fgss  $������������M$g&&  wm:Zmn  mmm  SV,tAJ^5iy;V..yi:-.,.:.;  B6Vfgone>flll*y^bft^ libli  for peh0ol;"'w������nr  llien  a battd of  11 is aot iMUSual to H������diour."f������������a and  ������v**M six kinds of laee is combination  on * ������ingl������ gow������. ,  White cotton htpt will he used quite  as much this a-pung-and summer as last  year. Some wiiists of this mateiial are  how aecn, rieh with elaborate de**ij*n������  embroidered in color*.'  SHk'and cotton and silk nnd linen mix.  tiues aie to ha much iu aridenee in the  spring materials!  I'll*  newest theatre hags are of gold  .cloth with  a  taised  sinhvoideiy, of guid  word'in a .pattern.     ���������'  Worn, with ante oost* m������' glove* of  brown or grsy chamois or i*eindesi,,,,w(t'fi  wide gauntlet ouffs, ^ (   ,  Silk and cotton and' silk and' I'san  ini-cturea ave to be mors in '*vt4el)<v������,t������ajjV  tliey have sver bees before. k, ,        '  ifilabolations iW������ veashea* the' akirta.  and, in place of the long,',plain '{raperU*  which w������re ������o pleutif^Il Jijst^y/'ar,. ������n������  finds sow skirts that are as muelt inii^R  of needlework o* ose kiad ov'a*nthsr a������  lh* ^raiats. 1      ,    >  bar even-to tho Jew coming'-fromr*- the  most .benighted lands. ^Questioning jrz  Jewish peasant o.n" my journey thiough  the'interior Of Russia, what^lhey -1 did  during the long .winters, whenj snow^4  in in their huts, he replied: "We study."  "And they?'' I asked, meaning thc^uotr-  Jewish peasantry. , "They,"- he ���������t������piied,  "not being able to i'cad,\ hibernate."  Visiting ono day the "steerage "of* an  ocean stcamer.il found quite a number  of J������'������r,"*ih intrau-rants studying English i  from a little dictionary and conversation i:y  book, while most of * their -non-Jewish  fe!Iow:PRssengers wcrju engaged in playing, taids. It is quite a common occur-  reins* 'to see a Jewish child that lauded  at Kllis 'Island in the morning ia *������j  Ei-gli&ii school,in the afteiuoon and trying to make1 out tl'-r meaning' of word*  in the evening paper ^>i the s&mc dsy.*  There are these who contend' that tfae-l  Jew is his own enemy, that it i* "his  clannishnees that bars him from fellowship with othei* people. There is considerable truth in this charge'. * Moie  than is conducive to hia best good, he  keeps to his ojrn and away frojn others.,  Where he is treated kindly "his associations with others than "'his kind ought  to lie more extensive ^and (more cordial.  While in iudividual cases such cordiality  exists, as a 'general "thing it is' a coa-  sumtnation devoutly ito be wished., ;,  There are, however, extenuating r������a--  sons for the Jew's clannishness. Kepnt-  sion from others tor- ltiany, many * t*en-K  turiet*, has made attraction, for his own  almost instinctive. Others had but hatred,  and contempt/kicks and^lilows *fm* biiia;  among hia . own 1 he- found cplace , and  fellow*feel,jng., For^ long periods of times  association with jlirni by others ''was  legally interdicted*1 intermarriagen with  him wap h������ld to h* A, capital' pfffnoe;  he was-condemned .to  live apart.frow    .;fi^p|[^Mp|.. ,.^^  ^Ibe^th^'^s^.^h  . oi^'ay:'7Wnr;^ni^eIphiiB!A';ifeeo  ^p&^^0BMi0^^}j0x.  Blinks  lionki  bing  .���������������������������uch-exp������Kis#^lr^^  downtown ^W&^M^ty������JW!$&t&  i; har^jnee*'lw-foi;c������n:il������fe>SralU?-V^'.-<^'- 'AX  uasMs4a������sisiMMa*ili  1 n**r    wtiiuvT   nn (-411'-J.i|������i������i|(i������t  prffersbly i-fjittiflj)**.;^  X gown of wlnti ttiitlii,  ..ly-.  4)i(Uttht*t around the itnkl**. but the c.om-  ;! bin ing of two ������i������terial* lm a guest aid  '^tA Wei*king'th# lia������*d l*iw*. /or the trnna-  ���������<---parent tunic tan  no  miicii. funti   :;.������..  /,. thu fun initio., nklrt, and <iV fofdn liMn  *''or rather modify ths sxtreme and   cc������   I   j-^ifj-^ |.    r.-.*^,^,,.,^.^,.-,,,,^^.  W. or it flnUtcd with a  wldo b.iad <*/  ttUlCM  ^ INJURES * SWN SORES-QUICK CURE  3*tHnt5i������r   tH*������ ���������4H#r dloty -wltH  Ay*m������ty ll���������*������K ym9VLr\& *nd asked ft  X Th������5r������ilo������ * mora powerM arfftiraent tot  Zem-Buk tlmn even the*scientists can bring,  The -clilht kftd h������d Zam:Bulc before, and  ;.-n* w it friacd p������in and he������lfcd.  55am-!^uk Yfwfcft iii two directions.   Pet*  renta worse results from a sktti injury oi  tkiti diseasKs  (such  *s festcrino; and  blood ���������d^ijonincy while it; repairs the  diLmaye already done,    Zam-Buk via,  entirely herbal, ia pure, contains no  trace of animal fat or mineral coloring:.  Surest and quickest known healer.  fATHW!. AND SON BCNgflT THOM UStTOfTHIS BALM;  n  THE JEW.  Ul.-llu   SSSSjft  -���������ffs^srw^r--'^���������'���������--'*���������'--  ^ *��������� *���������������--��������� ~   oats, to 1.16 kavs OiW^- l4sS^SS  Or.  Krauskspf Spsaks of Hia"Thirst];  ���������;.������������������ y.^ i.yfo^EducatlDn'fyi^ivif^jj.'.i;  ...   ,,T,lie. InteillfiOl ji������..tT'. ������tn1tjM������ jS^C ,.,U������a,:,VliJ'������yr||1  wan:'diiw>uM������d. at. some length'yestewlsiy"!  \by HabblwTrtsopli KrAUskopf Ipi siieakingi;  -ITfe':l������.'Ko'-t.Mvat.' tW Ternplsv JWiieseithi  "���������isriwi:--.' V-Hr.;-?'''iijihktvM.'/ ��������� W^wJW^fi  agahmt tlie Jew ��������� as' a..ataljeamaaAna>i<W  '.l\mi\ t liviu'd to. the .literary.aitls..of, ..tlisj.  ,,qtirniloti;"H>>"aa)d In pkrts"' " '*, ;��������� |  ������i-f'i'ii*t- the llstr of Ji'-wsiei.igage'l-liiViipjeTp,  ���������f.y.t..vii i...y<iV*i>'*"i'if>trfi5Wi?M!K  WALKMlVlXt X TOROiWO     MOWOIlAb      ������T. JOHN  ��������� rr t r-n rr titu in ---rrrrfrr^-^���������r ���������^-���������"^ ^^^^���������^^ju^.^^^.  ������������**������W**^nw-sw^  9m\w mmm  wiiiiHy   1 'I'm'iinViii.. 1111M1..11.  tsCfCWWfc-.-.'1-j  '������������������������������������lM"%AY'  J  A  tkts beautiful G.U ������UUk U������li*-. ������-ou������ltd with inr.cL,,-..  stmes, with thtslovotj* nsckssiais i������c**o(tm*tmtMH*mmm.X  ...MO MONaY^..JtoM.vam saws s*s*AWf*rSt*asflirtfe'<  'Tieat yew i^trh tun *lib|������ fklaiistjM iye������ ..      .   .  fl  W������p4hi'  " Mr. Wall*"' Adams, 177 Hallway Avs���������  Mtrsiford, anyst���������"M.f a������������������ William,  whits playing barefooted shout ths b*ak>  yarrW nut liis littlt tos on ths sharp edgs*  of a id****n( tin. Tha tot wasotitattus  frtt Joint, and almost ssvereH from ths  ."....i. , My irlftf IprrlMly hfi<hi������4 ft, with  w^irnv whop, afterwards applying some  lint) thiol'ly spread with tftuu-Iluk.., TU  tiut  tik������  cr������i'<n*g I lfi'1 ������'i������w������tlousnd mo'rssaVlous  mwulU,.. Jilt ."ik-Sovr *wetl������fl 2!ftm T*wle  bsaled tbo wound so nicely that my son  was ablsono* mors to go about, awl M*-o  to"wtiar hif jkhoai *wltho\it tii* slljihu-nt  Ihoonveulencs. v Koo only is JZam link  valuable for wounds ami cuts.but, u<������������d ns  an embrocation, I havs aluo /ound lb  etfeotlvs lor rbsumauo pains, '  |liws������>id*^'f^W8to������,***������pust tn* U*������ ������*.������  link Os., t������riHi*s.f������������'pHsa.  ..���������..^W*!*^^.*)^^.'"^'1,  ��������� !/*.)'  ������"..&  ^iKbnVal <d' iiysWiVuivof ,^oVerliin>litiliu,.,a''h(j|(!  Cfiillfled l*w������ at aiisgn whtfH.tbe^apw^'y  tins nf pv<:������eiit*ilny nalii������i*i were -dill. ij������;  a luu'luuti* Htali*. In the a������eb������n' placfi'  nihid-cultine is one of tlie first InjumJi  lions, of bis religion.. An Illiterate Jefv  la a rarity,'III* lllble makes instnict)o>������  of children the obllgalory duty of p������r������  ������*nta;',:,',Tbe Jew ������*ven. o$\U bin aynsgoguif*)  sohool, anil makes It m. bouse of InBtruer  tion a* wc'll'ss a hnime of worship. Ths  public school, us well nn thn publio wad*  Ing and axpoutiillng. of the ;'-������������rlntur*>.  wprn liiniigiii'stfil by him at a time when  even priests and potentate* of other  faith* knew not yet ths ��������� letter*. )>'o  blerhHiy I'/mld ever bava thought ot,  '- tiiurh Irroi could ever havi* dared'���������prri*  hiblllng to the Jew the 1 reading snd  alndy.of the scripture*.. ..*,,,  ,, "Xhtse ran uever vA of ������. *<oi������nii1������ni>������"  ���������ebool UW ���������mtttmJ S Whim Ame������;leklri  lmo������l������i*tloij rtstrictlo-qla'ts. >pH#Mvyth*  .'imjjjm 1 ''gtyjf'liiyi'y>mvM^M'iiy **- ' aJm  ,  iWZ������M^t^^KtW\i'it.ii^.'iW'M*A^>'Ht.,>Avi*i]w.'���������^  1 iy  ['" U9 -s^ w������������*������M ������<bs������������ t������ ��������� sjfclfs: -s���������sla ������* M swsl ������bss������M liis  .���������'*^������;������.M-ssjTsi*p.yimiMm-w*m��������� mrm mww. p^rssm*.,,,,.,!..,������������������������������������ ;,.,���������....  ���������'���������'|vi,.'ii���������1',     ." *. 1. A' -,'r,.;-',',:''''���������������.     ���������������'..";������������������������������ 5 Vi   ���������>'.,,.>���������������> nul'.. ��������� l������'"i     i-,' ..'''���������'.'. ..���������[..'���������"-.--'V.-'-  WHIO f*r -sres** fe>������ ������������^ i4^i:!?'.;v���������t���������?'r'.'���������,*,������������������������ *-^������ ������������* oli*srfu������y  wWr*afaSlrSSl#  . ��������� |jfca*������-������Mij-**.j*'" 'sssMI'sitsflS!'*1ls1ssiif'  1^^**. S*      **S|S*S'       BSSS  ������BMkSBi" AAkdi ' 'JsisSB'SVS*'' ' SB*UI' ���������  ���������^^^���������^W^^W       MsVsVSlMsB     . SBHBHHsjV>jBBTT>4li.^BBBBBBBUBVi  i  y^KTW .,   v.\-^tWtA'^KmW'l'W-  ''iS'lltl*  j/, v.,  H������  ^J!;<ij!!?.  S'*i/'  ���������^e^4.tt^r-^jij)^, t-ti.'^  ^,,ft.y. IN 24 HO  i^|j^mi^ba3;vb^ond^arid; V&e^^ftbVlteypqsff  ijai^j'lse^edfbfy'.ikeim^  ������������������k^wl-".^^'-.^^'^.;.':-^'-^^^  use*y c^;guaranteed. agoia toy'all jdrugglsts^  E5o;;BOttlesi.y^Befuse Suhstttut^-S^^^"? "?������  CORN  am   j^hdVVAshb^Vadd^^  ^^ythisiV^shaliyhoityibe^  gftitofdoubtAybuA^  VVJ'W&atVanAe^  f^ft-'at;;^^^  pA^e&Vt^^ 0or \ if i>  il'lyAy^i^l7^  :TbofywillAroAl-^^^  ^^pvliJulia'a'-'i'li*rs1i'���������������������������"���������'i''rH ������vv.>������iroc<V*"rt-r������^'������'W^i* Wi*-*'-: AX.'^.-" ������������������   ,   yar  :^3|f^^p|Withf���������ybur.'-v^e^tiraeyloyS^w;asy; .gy  ���������''���������������������������'''^"���������WA'r.'-mlAvrt^^AVV^V^^^^ i-'.;.:>y  i'hAer;,'-^  ythuav^������cifuly"t^  ;Mydeatb^iriAthe^  7wbrd;^at3irtlVf^oh^tKc^  utte*;?tfey^^  Ji|^y<^;:;&s.-fBb^^  7teredA se-j^^togethiOTJA'Givf fbrd lealrlisliy  iwatfVV^yi^  7grwtV,pi^torlj^^  *'4;t$&erei^ Jceut A  VhqwAietrriri^  Vaftbei^duflh^  VofVljtort&e^  yipAjre-hq^^  ���������;p'le|k������^1ibh������i^SiMara  finfqm''^  jJingM^ritU!^^  Vfour^lipuraA;^  ifiS^w&'i^^  5-AV|������Anuatedf^^  ���������li-EVput jlnlt^ty^r:?^^^  >||������������p^8iBgV^i^tly.V  ^yX/^0^haiX:. ^^^^-^^i^/liij^^^XQ^i^.  K^-fOrd^^  ls������5S������^ear  ���������.i-y"-AMk'������������������^������V������y7'������X*'4.1.ii,'.tfnia^^  g^theiy l^ave'V^  ^flmdbsi^at^^  ;pS|y]0(^iley^y ^b^^\^Vi^os^OVt^^VlMdVt7h^  ijA'y.y^-2^%^ y^hV^^lbuVitwOy ^cUf ferent 'Abcca.'  l&^StiSNorine^  ^vy^^&iwhisp^^  psllfdj^ion^^  f^Il^i^i^ririte^  !������������������*: tf;i'^'-''���������jijiit'ji''���������'-���������--^^ --���������^>������iQ^.'-:"������n1l!**#"*i,W*:.".  "'^tyM'  yxwi  toward  gbjfea^;;:qp^  PplSp^tA^^eU^  ^^^r^y������Non*ieniie l^iTi^-viMftea^f&fli^vyvAfrYow;  ^.^...^p^oris^set  l^arp1^l5yS!<w  Carlialq'a^H-pV^^^  ar'di'^aftd^^^^   thfcea^iejtto^  Pavrneea^^  ?TOlh"ng0g:y^lAiiiy  ;e'j..aotbbigJio  .savedV byyihy  :|������e<foIe#|'A?&  jy^ySjau^  ;iisle;yhqars^������^  iteb^Hma^  Vl^nas^iwild^^  ,<^j(^I^^H^Av?jays yp^iAiliVe ;=^hi^'y'yineiiy'Jiny7  ;:ba$t Jtei^hely^  V&i^w^qldyisi^^  Appy^u;yiin<^^  '^^^^^^X^^^M^^^M^^- ;$������������������������  atiag .them ?."..-: muttered Cfirlia'^, oonder-  :'jiwfv'^'''':---?^^^  ;**?*yi-:;y^Sy:y:yAyy^.;������^  ^y'^es'j?.^^^  whom we. expected to find to do this for  yiia^yrepli^^  .ybuV^n^ytoykiwi^  ���������ittXbi^'^ce.'v#|^:A AyVSyAf ::XXXXXXy;XyXAY  plishv^i^j or ;t wa^  iPwmit^nVyinD^v^ yDoyAii^'iatteimpt VA to -:  'dray'yitj'i'st.^  ^pimdyi*$^  v^ttfevbj'jg^  Pawiw^  :iM;^^;haveydiE^ib^^������^  (���������passt^  ..yaeiiblfr^iehbdy^  _ ������Ph^������hOTribl������^^  quifdjj-'^  J^^|^wili|strike^ijsy heart7 ^rou|b|thev';  ypialtef aceym^^  VlyHi^^atygre  |sbjb"iilij^]bis;..;f orcedyVto. ybe;(*o*i-^i|ph^^y?B|  fbrid^  ?gr'aTO^.^:yehg'^   Vihost^asj'ii^tliA^  yiagejfi^-fpr;;':,theA Teasoii '���������:��������� ':^ii^it^tieT;A^M^������.'^  '���������fatherAb^A'oncc;7o  ;tihd^ya8yit|ia|:iheyVlndii^  7foreetiyan;;inju^y?  ihoA;beh^dyA!theVAbea^fu^  lA^T^S^Ig^aadfathVerfsy^  ?jp.ier^|iob^lieKrabd^  squite|!as. ymu<M;^;ythej^  7itVy^^di'b^f^irtuallyAka  ^^UBifc^as'';Kelh^dr;.���������m  /bfitliey^isj;anc^^  ������������������lj^.^^lBseiottsnl^  ^b^idyyoveifcy^isprfo^he  Vlethar^V^^ld;^as^7Mta^^.re  vlndianAfifetuemeni^^O^^^  ;'8be^H^V:;l^  '..S'H^SKae^'sb^X.^a'a^  .woul'd'iHbfferyygreafe  wi  tcs  rcakeris.  ;flli^  Vhery^nyAstrength^ould  fMhg^nVMiaAVhereule^^graSp^^  tyVByA^is ..timeV^  ;b^yth������if<^St^Vj^me;;';^^  &ntJff6mS:iieVJ.eBci&,i������m^  !^do^'thai;Ah������?m^  ?j^rAia-?fe^J^bmej^iyVyiy;  y ���������; iaighty"as|Nonnel^as;A^  ^rde^SyenVA^OVAh^  v;Theie':ijW^Uitlti^  .tt8^y^^g^t^Abf;y?t������ca,;A^  ..,,...-���������1 -.-.-, .^.:..-,-.���������-���������,.--.���������-   ..,-,..���������.... .���������.���������  -yjijjjig^j^  S|;'Up.6u������hei|irih^^  llmdyyiE^riipg Ayii^  ^^^Aaijyg^deidyyagWhAyA'v,^  ���������f^BVy'iha^r^derl'haa.;;^  .$he.y '^animalf v^ja7JV:'^V^samie'y':Uttie AstegdV  jjwlhptov'Jo^.ybi^'s^CT  %uhate. asVtb '^^:AX'yXyYyiY:0A.y AXxyxXy.  ^f.Ho}-ih"^f/esfe"ape'i  fagea yby ;;y; dropping%:i;fl^  ^rfiOiigV theVsAdeep;J|y Shadow ^V. VVofyV^he ylowy  |iehr.ubsi'V;an^  ���������lingi'ifprVltbem^to^  It^lSwoUld^ma&^siti^^At^  ���������;li^aring--Vfii8^^^^  |pus'^bii^'Wd;VK'Hci.bai  5Mtt^i^6wiedgeA.of7Athe  |f^;^ose;:;wli,bfyimewA^^  llme^itvywasyytheiivyl^  IjSaii^^heirV'e^^tpVyt^V^qT^  ^o^|t'oi;^etecf .^^ spundybehmd./:  ^A^il' a6:;Vbei^reAtii/e^^  f^:;^^il^ylm'ythi*S:V;layyi^ait^  Vfi^rAteemfVtoJ-co  Ihofj^fti^aughtj'; V^thydism^VthoV^ui^  |ofcother|^tstep3'iA': :^aihAh^  '|lnto:{tho(detfse'VsliSdb^  ;%as^when',y^AldSyint^s9.;^  ^(^^AsiiOT t|yandyheVbehel^^  ishfedowyii^  fii^sii"^irA;fto*x^  Vbreie<^7Vapprioachiii'^yy^  ���������~#i&ri&-���������$&:)&%&  ^'A:^^oi^h^llVV^tte*i,Rt^  iem^tionsyv^hieafj.^^  /IielplCTS>b^denyhO,;ca^n  '^It^^^ali^^c^id  sboi^ih^outy^b^ithatV  . ^tbafe*>he^was ^^  Bp^i^imdstb'afe^ saveyherA^Idie-'  ^li'V^feVirtt^i^pJ&i^h^Afi  ywhpywaByterrorizta  itak^Vb^V^i^f'tiq^fe?7^^  yAityS^Sedabimp'lMm^t^  lrelEa^e;0ha:tj.p^6m^^^^  ^er^Viicii^^atVi^i:^  fkeiJm'eWtKra^^ yoyr^  ifaithful ������������������heaS?^#tS^ li XXX^Xiwycyy:.  lyAHeyhli^feltA^errr  y^^^Ab^t^gwAthat  ^^tttlyfa^^i*bL^|fb  ^iS^^angSdi^tlj^^^h^ji&th^in^  ^fys|Ji^u^aii^^i^������a^  :>^0i^Bo^4^-ai*f!'^^^  A..JW?0$%^0&?P^^  :paiT;  "l&ioffl&X    _jgut^^c^y;feilb^vy  '*;^i'ia^;p^Ili'PBetilui  il^g^^^lfS^ygla^Sb  ,;:^:������^*Kdi^nVai^i^\^  n^-s^iia^lif^^^^rlle^  hich certainly ��������� betokened fear, despite  fev:y������*P  course,"he^, ubble lover would spurn the  offer VwithVVrighteoua  indignation.      No  iAvAMfttatAinomehtA^ri  ^jr^Av^azing^  ;wonder ,V^obt AheriyJ bu*fy;^Vy.waa|'6nly!'if^^  ;i*^Va^ce7ofAaVb7ri'efAm  7^e|ydld!^t^biW������i^i>A;c  ?butyi|^m|y.hum^?i7^^  itiwi^m^iorej^^^^^  |^(^?|r^reiri^^  ;nia*ittVV^w?Asa^v^eyy|iwiw  ���������iNorija^bc^^o  ytemptingyti^lc^-:^-^ryf^t^  ���������pastyjiier y c%������wfcy-yyy^;y;|^:^  ���������^fxo^icia&gc^^  V^e;yif.6r|Jt'liere:Ais;:|hogo  ���������mount^StoAl'heaiAV  claimed they, half-breed, sneeringly; "but  if  you   are   wise, you  willV save .your  ^s?^^y|b������^"yy^A^fou^^  ^^ried^NOTinO^iriy'^!^^^  ;j#J?Hatj-K^^  Atlnipyw:  ~msw$m  ^OM^7^!E.XHB;7TSlMi^  w.:^;:';y;r-;.'-iy.:.;-y.'.<::������'?;-' -���������:";��������� a -.AYffAAAWm^Yi^ifU^^^A^Ski  ;|SKbw^';Le>s^ Patiencb'sTKaih^  ������I^J^7.;-������ordiinig^t<i '������������������l^pfiirj0%^  llV^cs^^y^ncw^liey  7have!! Vmqre::pati.  :^u^;':anbtiici,j-''of ���������  ym^kedAaiyteiephone  Attn^'"' ���������"���������"'"  i'$aSsi^;h'^  itniiivA -���������'half ..Virtiiv - -.ctxf ��������� ������.>iwi'iiv.".-'<i ���������.Wt.'^Wy' 4.^-^- yyy>*Rz.$ry~{\  P$!  yf^5^A;?fVA.P:ls^se^Nbt ��������� OnlyXY'yC^iizesy  if?ff;|yy ,;;N crvotisy Prostration yBuiAAAXX  ||^KyyS7A-7yOften7V-1 risafi 'ty.AVlVVVAV^VAltiy;  JfgAii|cspeTiencedy teached- inV one;Aof-;oury  .���������i;hiTgea������^^s^p]ois:^^s^t^ tfeacliing ofyphys^  i:i<^i^������.ip;;|-^|(^l,.;yereatesAiuii^  Ajie^tS?"c%a*akslJi'*^j^''.''A-''.'V.: X2 iA \ .-'��������� A. ;VV AVA7yA5A  Ajl^rV^asyyv^^Iy.^nter^ ; at'schotdyiuy'  Vpb^si^������^^yicyi.dA;ifiyVvvas,' Xy tliinlc^- myAbest;'  ;^ass^:Tea,cffing f. sevehyyyears, ���������; .hpvyeyeriV  Aim^s������*^^e^^gtminy...up6 yvmyyiieryes^  : -;and|; I Vfppndyife^syyto ,'apply .to'-various  organ'syVtoan^yjpfVAth^  ybyi'Jluiiy; bloiji^  yheiii'tVypifiiy^  "h^Vh^rty ^l^as^VyyftVay crbliiy  ine/AIp8awJVtlie:Al*^rr^ ^yl^^Vh^ty'iisAtheyAm^  VwomiraAaSk���������ay:^V;o*^iyhe^^  yihqrmngy^ustyediwty^  : she's17i^enV^nie'tlwA'nujn^  vfWhy'yaida?*-   .lier  ;ipar  y-jj'a-gictotl/.th^'^  5sA*o^.;i"fc::'.Ay.JhA������ja;:;t  s :-y5^W^^Aspi^ywom  .-j 7l^iyJ;wa^.ytb^-expe^  Vr-,i"fi"a+^i*'rii*oV --V\v"* VViii/������lr/>>*'. ���������foii'y-l-.v-y -���������'���������(- no'tr   . AAVi?l*v,,*J/-'V?V;-"i:���������'',��������������������������� .'V-?ff  ^Finaliy^y|^bd;;:dwfelt so muchVonjthie  ?hprnb'ey^rpsi'^t7ypf|^onie dr  fiOCn    .'';'i|,-,������������rt4t������ j-������ J   /*- tv������ wrt "A"I -P      ������������4������ >* '..*'.' 'A'."'. ������ + ^������4*/^.'..*-**v*  ease,yiy:;^bm^^myselfVintbAa;V-st^^  ^omplefeicpllapsei:' y^m^bwiythanksyto;  ���������^he^y'grea*t^rebuiii3i^  l|2gne,':'perf|ctl^;WelliV^  ^uc.h\th!e^miatte^  |hlppd ydebiiitjyysoVwlietf y^errpzoney Had^  ���������|^Qp"th^r-.^������^stren^  lijaudrhadlreUew^  ;Mgh^a'idy,^ ;^i^ake| was-.  yVihyndtAusin^y^errOzPn^  VpOc^y.AA;^;day:fIyAain-Ab^  yVvi^rp&V^^TpbUsfcVlopki  ;:ymenyiu;VtheA;^iip^y';M  t^o^yrgiyo-.^^pa^^I^.^^  '" ''':'y'i^e.Vbeat;iVB;cpUli^  yy:^^Ky;^A^Pui^atV  KbriiieA'waayinyidan^  Iioh::withm^  ���������^ttl'fshOFshdutedjin^  'in^yth^7ttanagei^h^i^  I yaiii- gpihgytoybe yiireatedK^iis; wa^'Ayy" /yXXfXX$$-������l:  X] '��������� ,'fQf % ^otot^y i^ga^^bei^  VyandyshOft^ldlKim^a^  "ahe|w:as}'^.ing>>fmpo  ;,eh'aiiget;gViris^-:;!:^  - is': on; !tb k A11 sfcy nf.?+������wor ������J^wS'S������il^  ^youyre ythhi^tireA;<m^  'f^f0rA^pie"s|e.^Snd^  AaijeAtbfC sy^st ysignsAybuyiiefedVWi^bi^e^  yTryVit^t;fwill?MnA^i^^^fe  iV^ickly:;$^A;aAb^^iXy'^^  VVali^dto^rs'l-orA-.th^e  ri "'^Tsibi^^  T^Ki^yE&^WlM  ^cie^is^^DJcti^  is yyon.;y;the:y iisfeylbf yyte wprg~gi^Si^lSthemy  V tcrrors^ywhesy ywey ywBiitsii^^  ^ai^ivterwrsViv^iu  :Bp,yppliteA^i3d.:CySpyy't^y\  askin'g'VmeV'abdutVVth^ca^^^  Ktt\  doubt h������  fwuld|1felli^  the "daTijig i ' half:.  ^?.axii&fii0j^^  .._.,.   cursed coun  ���������^hehjtMsilaffairJisAoyeri'  Cliffbid  &;:^;������^pt.--.^^5V^erfutr  ���������fe;":'A>f'tet.'ifli:l>:ito|^  ^Vyyy Vh������|va I abMt^;^ui ?Aa^  'A,'i;//compliedVwith .thatv^ohisideratioiii^hj>>  XX% iA.;.tHen V'riL'tell^ youV'.wiiat;'olseiAlSratttS,?bf:"  r^;;yy6u.'^y:-;VV1-:V; X '::-AXXAy<y.y: ��������� v yAXXy/AX  X&A irpignantly V; -upohy the A fellow. ; "I y know4  'jM'^ygul.^Mvli'BballVl^  y&iVW;V:;iAia'7V%jBilfac^ Xt6X ::my::  j^y^ndfather, V'.Baniel.Gbrdbnj'.'and'.'biaVviliy  g''^,;ifak6^������^aiia^  ^'^^yy^VdMewo^Ai: ��������� Ay A?'^;- *<iY'y "Ay/ fy.- -.-���������, yy.'  ^^f^EQb^KoIyrt'SoAyOu^  acoabl,  .AiyrMwirablesi  '''7"7"y;;:^o,:;o|,;,ayi������bih;  *^ffi.y^^^B^.^;.:yduriAvay.  t^y;^^iy(m.Viry:'tb:>eBiati,'''I'll'  w,'Arfr^"a"^'rig^M h^'beltVih-  a-ivorh.ytbab.thq;  I  accept  your terms," replied Clifford  ft&rlisie^ihoMsdy.'AJB^  j^'^r^ioivJ^s^'-tretM  tho last sound: that Norine heard.    The  .,.,,,..,.,..,._ .^ M^yaud;|iyieaningi^_.,.  fAy^t^:^n^;^ars'V'ciose;A;A, study7';T)e^  V^fcpri^n^ldtiAofA Zelli ��������� ^in&rsbaca^  S^^^^^hassju^f^blish^^r^ wonder^  ?^7A^^'Vibhtf^heyAminds'::Of:A^i^^  JJ99^?.f^.f^tM^e?:"^nd bfeyman. A, AXX  p|^y^ohii^-"onyf^^hVVthi^:yAVA;bcyok ", :i)r;;':  J^i^ldtyjpEif |00^^ '-of-'  ^P^^:Vi*P^g^ul^i^ or  gw^s^bf^y'tf^y^^il^^  |a^^ybirds;jyaj������':.;y^aft^'^ to  y^iry;r^ning^yl^Mty^  f^py:^susdly|^li^mgyya^  one  learns  that  when   ay sparrow cries  iY?$A:$^Xi7^'?XmX&^^  '^Hua^amyhahhahiJ^StK^^  pressing a eense of joy or gratification  ^yfifaX&ni^^  ^p?!Vi^^lyAohe':'w<wyw3^  y-fco||*i"h*;j^^  ?ale������^Yi^MYi'TT^^yl''yY'AAyAA!OMAXr'Y������:i!AA^  Then, turnuig upon.her fiercely,,he cried,  linShba^c^i^^^^aMiB^^^  g^|^hyr^g^|^u^?i|^i������u^  |^eye^^*^^||li'&e^hsffi^  ||V^T^k������Am(������bac  he will give you all that he has laid by  ������fpi$av-^  ���������^-"'"���������^'^'���������"ii'^^qian^  fXXAi^y^x^^00^y^'khYiA^y^  ��������� t^--a-tii.--^^-'-*'^jh^gingjyy;vy v^:  AslieA  ywb]fIdy ^^mied^i;to"t8^Menl^^  ^i^Uud^her^aiwA'she yIcnS^V.-nbVmdre7;v^y;  :   To Bave himself from th& murderoua  ���������;^Mtea#^^w������^  ' -V;V^W^Oj;.boau^vyof ;!HadIej*5^111a;gc'77Bball ��������� bo:-  liVV-VV^epdiMo^on^llvlng:'^  ���������'i^'.-.'--���������-"-,-.',������������������;-. i.-!.-:r-'"'--o .*������.**������������*^tbworfcVnio'  ���������in''iny:-.'d������alro.V-.j-;������������������;.���������.,���������;:.'���������������������������,,.,;���������.������������������������������������.;..:;'-..';;.,.',: y;y:.,"  ^h^>ffob*:V^^utbcse''bbrrlbloV words  'WWjS.^P?i?W J^^ ^c imttfiflnod than;  v. tfTBhbrthroyArhorBbU into .Oil/ford Garlliilb'a  t"i;.^;-iv*������.ms,-;V^-^,;v-!.;"^  ~" "*'" b\it ho^eoiind iiasubd:'Jftift  X-y.y  '.t'.'r.'  hiVVVAAnrflavo./'mol?  Sj.:;p*������r'^Mtp,:lijpn J 'bor-limbs  iV     'the wolglit of bop ' -'J  ;-wolgut''ot'bw-:bo^l^^l9hti';a������lltWiiJl,::  d  oho  allppod' to  Clifford; ���������aril������lo'a  ^'Sho, line inwoowodl''; oxclalmod   tho  ^:Ayjui,i^!iie^,o'wilhvaVmuttQtc^  hUAW&0 ��������� >������������oh ;tliovbottorIM:Vrbtbrtod'���������%%&���������  kyy<M\k% "Ior^ now \vo can talk unrbutraln.f  I'..'. .''��������� ..'.���������' ''���������ulV." ' ' *'-.���������'..'*���������''���������'���������'.''������������������' :';'''. ���������,'���������.'. V"  '       "' ''("���������'' '.l'.'" '"������������������'i'|,'';;','  ^:v;v|Both,OarilBlo,and thoihaiMirodyhndy  'h?wlq"'!a^/,atal / .w1staI';e.y-V;''l!!ror(nfl'.'Uadi!'nbtv  ;'as/oonoq^ It wbiild haVo boon hot tor !f or,?  .halfrbre^jj hii3vhadrtuirhed^ m.  wieA-yWbrds tX. y'Mlt^preBef vatibnAiViBy'i'tho'  firet x- lawyiof ;|. nature/' ��������� turnedA ahdsVf l������d  Tapidly^baik'; tb/BarriBOiiyHaUf aftexy^qy  .arrahgemen^?bad1'7ybeeri--Vvy-aatiB  concluded ywthActlie; ha^breed; A A XX-yy.  ; f'ObowsWy,''' the*' halfbreedi'i did' riot waatb;���������  tiroey cohisicieiririgAyhisA next: step,.   ..ybut,  fstbbpibgV'^ul^yVgfttheired^^  ^roAofANdiriho^int-hlB' 8tal\yart arms.Vand  ^turned'-bis;rface,Aiii;/,-fclj;e VdireQtibri, of the  i. 8 tcbp^Vru jgjQ^d:^ mount kin^v V!.;?;.;":; y::i}Ai Ay  AAV7"At^B|tf^(:BhalKl!ja^^  vongo' upon the foxprcaa agent for turning ; trieAput^bf ;uV job,"'he^V'w  '���������'Jo's Brainard^lbve8^thiB#:beautiful'<'-.Kor>.  inej arid I' shalliniolcciyhe^'-mybrido before bli������ yeiyiii Jeyes,7I; ?tbld Vjny; pebplo . to  ..���������tVatchyhlm Acaifef ully|;V to" ico tliat he did  -.������������������������������': nwnw!   -nflfli'^lm'oj.l/iv' .'trir;'i������lV  the town pf hadley; will' bo '���������'lying; Ir. otih-  C8, -.i'.tbo i qxprCBs'.- agorit.y, will, bo iputy to  death, arid tbo bbnriyi palo-faeba riiald-V  en*;will boyall^my own. Ay,lit .will,be:,d  moro rglorlouV iovongo.vXot tboseV who  lrieur.',tho hatred .^f thqA;Pa*vyri]W3 y A bio.  'xfaxel't? '.AAx-y.,/,y.-:;:.:: Ay.yy.Al:y;.y.".  ���������With these words, the halfrbreed co*a-  monood hia ascent up tho steep, peril-  :pti#'-''.*(npunttt*j*fl(: inelinb with: big hapless  burdens blirlylrigANo^  fate,wtoro cruel than doath.���������'.*:���������. ��������� yy .'  ,;  ���������yy .y..'-v'A,v.;oiwrriMivXxvni;'''A x  yyV  v'.Ql.bfitflrig: flondlihly over the glorious  revenge' '.wJilcli' lib':, Intended to talcb \ipori  yiVyf'T^shquld.Vsay 'that' fity,l-ea8J^|en^d^a^^^^  ^^cA^A;beyvput ^ iriy^pnuimrii^li^  ������������������^eyexchan^'iha^ag^Vtp'^^  .'dwsV:.tha^^:]-Bhey 'dori^t'^M^al^^S^BS^iV^^^   iffiey7 -���������-,-,  j$b V be;. corinectedyywithA the; majwg������^ttbey|^^{^.^  (^dmqsty j^ariably V.t^at^^  gli^Orily;.;iabput V one V'w^riiMiy ^^^^^MXAXA$I  jew^bqliev^Aari^exchahgev ghiSvyhen^Bi^^^  VroHiMa i^yVthe A; wirey: oliY^^'y.-g^r^^0^IX0yX^  iri^isxbufly^-. ^lieii-ipftople V^ho|dbri'i$viliA@%i  il^������I^qmptlyyAto:yV^eir;y pbb^^^sAygp||y|g|  'c������j-ai^>i,fiB;4*^^^  ^e^hi^feWA^eV8^h^hVi^'^Hba:y   ���������hiria^-foViiilii^^  hi^y;^<^ghtyy'hisf^^ayvy^  thrpu^is^ybf'blqod^to"h^e;S  y|:They:"^rlAwhpmAlieyylOT  V lif e ^Itself ������wa^^  i.t^t5^oiigT'fc;;t^lgiad|^^  ;f.biiiy;^ipiali:qn^  VtbAbbiiridAwitbyaAne^  yyemB'tlyVlAgj7;^  ;;75A"i^yfOrgbt V^hq^ was ,|fromy  vMB^lTii^nt^iibiOT^  yf roniA Vygribt;. A;At^tingVyAjlqqd-AA Vy aadV:ijbis;'  jlon^vS^^^PW^^ y \SfOTesitj  ;ait^;Vy'theAv'rtMdAy''aB^JVy|i^t  Afis^5lt5*-o~^  her winomhe.loved; as men seldom 3av������.  ^al^^yih������^ifia^  yfci>uqiii^;ylw^  |AV^ut|SufmV^faxf^^y^|  ii|biryi^nriisVwi^b������^^  _   n __       .. How was he to rescueyber? He irealiz- points; of similarity -between ; theyybabe  ed thut he Amiist. hit upon some plan and_the puppy, especially in thevoibe: V;  wortWuit loss of tiiuc,'for*,t*he half-breed'   y:';The loud*cry of;the "baby: who wants  j^ytof3Ska^;;t������|fd^a*^  V^������ra5i*iiij^<m/5a^  ZgpSiiepi^^^ 'listing \  'ifiKeaj&s^tSij^^  ApawnSSfea^  ' ;K;..i'' . A A: l-l.Uv.'n^iwi'^i Jt :l' ������0^������ ������iri ..'������>r*T>������\.n'4-.!'!!ii*,Mj^li '���������A-4-iT������--l * *^h --��������� <  ���������..._ _... ..bcaffc^y sdo i reply; '���������e^^B^ca^i^yMiMM  al^������v|i^3OTiajriablyfB^  j^Wt0dyy^^^  ���������the j������x<jli^^AgM^Ag^y |^y ':AAiAXiXM0XA$A0y.  ���������Tiweyi^J0j$0r^^  .ing iag&srisfcfcasci^i'M^ "''"'"'"  id^^Vqnes'yi''HxJeax.;!.  JillS^l^bq^r^dAtl^  ���������i<exjmaei$X&  i;lpi|VJ^CO*&gluUg;j.;^  y^^^A^^YeYAXAXAiyyYXy^yX^A^r^YXyA  yXj&AT&ngf^  compares   puppies, and   babbies.,  He   is  Joni"-: Brft|riardiyt'tbb'captive; exprofl*, agent,  .Qho>v*������fcyKif'tlioiF,)^f ������bre'od;,, el Imbed >rap'  Idly'lip ; the stoop/;'������lipiibry iriburiiajn  road wltlilib*, ystljl ,'uricon������clo\iB ;byrden.  ijfl s,wqre to ,h{my,thoy timo, .would jibriio  ^libri'���������.;,^'i*';i.\'#o\ild"'*blttbrly :'rrib rii'altlngi tax  e^omy q1?.-ye;^^  'Jeakiaq^  lahdsV  jy^^half^bre^lauL  |V^'^Gb<^k^y^i^A^  |rey5|^|5B:'||s;.aS^^  0eaftA;iqf;.(anvlidiari^;^  step'iiearer her, as he added,:slowly arid  deliberately i^'T^t'y'riii^^  ;^mve^brbught^���������^u^er<J���������;^���������''"",* -���������*������������������'-'���������"���������"���������  ^iryehowak-ire '"*-'-*"-"'"',;  'Mf'QiifXiioyjiol  Iwiidlyj ���������'fetter' deiathAtlia.^ythttti|kiUA*me'  first;" torture mo as you will���������as..you  have tortured'others of my race,;at the  stake���������but do not attempt to make ino  A^j^., you.V'A"Db;;.y^^  #^ldVMrow'myself V  ll^ifeOibi'c^.'l'firat"^!'^  |V^'*-TKbt;]i6yeiy;K^  .braVelyv Abut A alio is ������������������������������������ likeAtheVbirdfthotj  ; bcatis'ittgainst iti,;i^bri ..cage jV you cannot7  change tlio fate that T have marked out  'iofe'you^.aoVwlia^y^^  ���������;fWooldtit do r any good to kneel and  ���������pivoriVtpjVyout*?Vysbbbed'-.the girl, wildly.  ���������yTjtas-;;:. riot;; Gbd?;lriiplahted ypity yevbn hi  .thoVsavage-ibbspriit'^ Vij  ���������"Nothing; stands betweeri7 on Indian  and his":'rWitofcij?r.i l\<> answerotl, stolidly,  "I have Bald; that7 yoiiishall be Clibwflkjrs  bride, and nothing will change that fixed  purposb.'VY:;''0:''^  As thcaowordByfell upon Norine's ear,  her mortal terror cab bettor bo imagined  than deBcrlbbd;V\Adbi;a thb Vhorror' of ���������;.;lt-f-  thb awful Ahorrbf v of r it If ^BUoy'tried ' to  cry out to; hoavori. tbr aive'her'from thb  fearful fate tbat awaited! hcri' aAfato a  thousand times more ������ horrible than  death, but the sound died away in a  .mbari'-onyher; aBbori-llpsi&yy'.AA';: V'A A': ?'.,'"',  Sho did apt cry putytoVy^he .traitorous  lover ywho dtud'deaertea'!MorCih''.&et' hour  of nood, but In that moment sho thought  of Joo���������faithful Jbo-^whb !��������� hridV'alwayH  stood between her and harrhjotid in the  anguish of hbr soul she oxclnlmcd now������  ���������.."Joel oh, Joo���������save irib���������aavb'riiel".  VHo whprii ybu, call iipbh laV *poworlo������8  to come'ytb your'''oW cried.���������������������������,\aboVlialf���������  Ii brood, ftiioorlrigly. i "Ho'V^������'*^'v'.'.',,vWhftt  Iabund in thot-l"', bq:Vexolaln\o*l, without  stopping to finish the Bcritcueo, arid a*  lib uttored ''.'thb.f.wbrda. lib thrriw himself  quickly upon tho ground, witli bin prao-  *t"B������d.;ear borit elosa'ttb'It."-Vvy-1:,'',���������(���������-",'..  ^Ilolp lo at liriridlAroiC*tbaiik God-  thank Ood I 'V abroariibd Norino, aliribst bo-  .side .hor8oIf;w|th.'joy>Ay(":i;y'y.A;y,v  A'Tou  ftro^wrbnff'f  breed, y irlqfJ^j\J|*)it   is';,������*iijyitnlmal--rlt  . Bounds  like ono  of pur ponies��������� thoy  often -stray;., away,"'     ' AA'^:x<X W.-  A Ho had ������6aix'cly uttered'tlio words cro  tho animal gave ti lorid rielgh, Ms'quick  mr dotoctlngi,tho.i*oHndKo-fjvoloa*.   and  gallopod toward Chowsky,  "Wliy, It! Is thb horrjo of our elilnf!"  ho oxolalmfd, roooRiilalngtlio animal at  onoo. "| am surprised tliat I find him  .uor0|..b������-.UM.;.n^ftr.;1^fih-.|cno-wnrto wan-  ,(ilor away boforo in, this ..tndnner. Hut  thorejs a piece ^f luok In It, after all,"  ho added.; "He shall carry you to the  ,encampment,"V'-y.,: '-A-.;-,   ���������', v.-     , ;. . ���������  Norlnq looked nt th* animal, a wild  "tJ><>V*l������t durglng through her brain tho  whito. ln*t������ftd of the llttla pony taking  her to thq, Indian vlllago, why could ho  noMftkq her to Hsdley?  Ohowtlcy aeewed to Interpret lier  thought**, forha'M-M,- In the next breath i  ."���������i'ft* animai un> imvnr iixm la.twjl!.!'  ������'{Kj't;>.# Is.** ,f������AjTr*^t f,������*������*Vrti*"Af tin* motin-  pidity of lightning throui*;h his  fertile  f;brcpri^!3qri^V fe  VwuMe&7<">^-i,^l'^^  fertile  *x  ^ r __,__. . .,,.._. ,..,.,_, vr__, ^...'-jdetatV  .jieiiniii^'CT^  thy. of Viins steel, nud if lub were >to sttre  bis darling Norine, he niust prooeed with  ''-bbioAirtin&iiwAj^^ '>'' A\A>  yyy^j^t8iaitAmq^^  yijhV*;"Pji^ibiV^Awtt^  ho heard., aa did Ctowoky,. ihe; lieagli of  t7.-tih������;Aa5ij^qac^^  a' .dieBperatolyf eexAve icaii^^V.'himi y;: A;-vAV  Xx..A':XyXX>iTpi^  *i ������'������''"'  >uyhA.tb solve  ButHealth Was CompSete(y fcestor-  #^-/7(Dir;'yW������ia^IPini  SaiS^i^ibriils^/ywMriti^^  ;S-;;^^rgppiri|ayqify^  up .between the baby andytiej puppy appear to show a verdict'in favor of the  ;|^Do|^a|i^1al^^  JJS^r^r^i^S;*^^  i^qan'sfofetb^l'Sqsn^  ^D*(?|Iiang^eiat  ;|be,'|i|*a-e8tion^;';aria^  Ms^i^'sJStlieA-aij^j;--���������-������������������-'���������������������������-*- -   . t    .   . ;rwta^ti  aching Vlilre'thatpiiV''  f^:.'(5iye.-:ine. theyriianage^.  ; tol-ine Vbyer.; the.;' .pbqiiey'"'  'fprqAfsheAjbaid asked yfqr  WyXyl^yyoix A wish ��������� tbArriake  i;^asfedfch������yv^yyVAA:-i  :a;;c^plai^?'^yMlilil  wrlyfot^Kc^Athfev.yhRysVij^  iOnaj������tee������mfe^f|^i^p^wr^wi  V^li^ra^heS^inaiiag^..-,...-.  ._ . . ���������..,  want ytoyiwey^heyj^hoBe;|iiiT1w^  fOrlt^ir^riurii^y^i^^^^  yT  v;you  number?'  ytlisriai  ������������������ ������������������;��������� "*~*������,nsr^i'������^:f^.w������** ������=;������������:: y*ss;������s        .^yappap  |������ntl^|ibm^^ii'a^  yiy;"It������tba^b^ri";riqti<^'^  ;;iai:|b'bciaf-b;ib^^V*o^^^  pronchcstlw. other  fish  and. seems  to  y-teliA^HomyVqfAdari^/Aa^  ovoid jihe'spot where the hook donglos,"-  says Dr.  JLaogfcldt.���������From the Loudori  ';[Mijwi$:^  'fiX  Did;  Not  Know;  ib\ ^rCry .yiujUiiqus-.' Atb:A:  to cleanV- Vtheriii;;  a mistake  pianos.  vv^tli7;a^  emO;; anguish j yyypains%y;inA the,  t 'that-'.'all; but:-l:dr,lVq-^  ;^iu!������3yriiay ' iriflamriuit^^  !bey:dcAcrlbed.'-. ���������' ,'��������� The;V.;;ylbtimay arbyitby-'be'  pltie^-^tb them life iB;one^lqrijgjtqrture;  ��������� theyAsuffer'..by day aridA$riribt.',Bleep. by  ������Igh|.y Such A was thb bpriaiUbrif of;'"Misa  ' Alldas; Mqreler,' ��������� of ���������Aptto:W*4^-,p,4tiVV.-;;A.',,-;JFoif7  thre^-yqari* fthe wa������ a; sufferer; Vfroni; in-  f lammatory ���������'��������� rhoumatiflm.! yy piiyirnlg: y tii at  .tlriioVy'IyAi'onaulted;' iwid'^wa8-!.,tifeiited: -'.by  .BO,OJO;;ibf'^bb:'beat'dootbJr^  I'-yfou'iid^iriVreUof.'iriVth'el^  begoiri to dcepolr: of cvbry'-;Abolri|f'y'Weil  agolrij 'ivlien one day a friend advioed  .aiey-tj**-;^  pwcuretttytlii'co. bbxba, aridy b^; ytlib;, tlriibV  .. thcBb;;;^io!rb'^        .'-therti; x. was   enough  , improvement, in riiy condltlbh ', toi'-^n-,  couringo,yi'ino to.,qpntlhuo(Ato-Viinbour-  ago , mb';-t63cbritlriub tliolir iineiV';' ������������������AThreb  mo^^boxcivcqiriplctely curedjmoyand.today,r'amyaa! woll as over, I waayl always  koep :������,jV.BUpply vof 3)n Williams! link  .<^N^:^thiB?^ti<^ar.  repiy,A?b)ftA;^  diqe^rit';..^r^|eR^^  ihof' nuirij^i^";A|wd  manager AlbbkB A into AtheyreascHo;  ���������'���������'��������� 'HTth iniii/ilflv VHon/wxiVafliaf '+li  ���������ber!:Sbolqrig';''tqv;:::ttey^r^  ;BpeeieBy:*abd'V^  PlllsiJriAtbe houab iind wbiild rbbpniriierid  all;;whb;'8uffor rial did 1 to. give ihorii ,'rt  trJ41.ff;v-':'V'''y.AAVy^-;;-,\A1-A- '���������������������������'Vv-t-W''*fcrA^^'-^,'-'^v'^  '���������^������������������ItVw'sr^  liania' i; H?Jrilc PIUb laotudlly 'firiiiide'^-tlia.*;  re*tbred ;Jifl*������ AMerelor' to 'health:" iincl  at);������JigthiV:fThero   is ; no ���������,, medicbio; ;to(,  equal tbqriiiri ro^'^nff ri  this{.way^ithey euro ariocmlrt. rliqiiipa:;  'tlBiiy VhoartYy p*ilp|tatlon,|, i indlp������8tlorii  riatirn]glafcV;;'.'Bt.yir,.:--;yitusv-A  munj other troubl^s.^ Sold' hy ollKdcalcra  \ In nie<llclnb;p^dl!iaf ;af *5<)i cents a box  or aix'boxos foi* Issjoo, trom Tlie Dr. Wil*  llan^aVyMcdlcli-ib Qo., BrbeUvlllo, OritV V A  .-.y.-,,,.,;--,,,>.;.^.uow,:,;.,;: ;"_ /"���������"t  ^ A, ;   (Washlnjrton iatar. )  "All Is overA between W," aaid tho 9tao'  Uojial youth. ;,*Slio dcsplecB mo.'������  ^ ������������������Has slio stsi back your lettors V"  ���������Jir'!'Ve������iH/::;Ayy'J:';.'.'-' ;,-v-   .-yy ������������������ . - ���������   >���������������������������  "Theri cheer up. If alio really dnnpiaed  yoii ������ho would bold on to your letters to  bo read In court or used for t|io bmuso-  rheiit of her tViwnd*." A  dreon���������My wife sent *Ji2 In answer, to  an advertl������*m*nt of a ������ur������ wnelbod of  gatting rli| of aupor/luoua fat. Brown  *���������Andidld alio get the doalred Information T Clreen���������We'll ������ho got a reply tail*  'r~' 'hfr,. Jr..' ,i r!! !���������' \'������" 0������������>' ���������������*������*��������������� msm.���������  -'Tlib';'fl(lleWiivV*-',.rV'   * - '���������'   .���������'���������'���������'"������������������'    ."  'It: la  yliose.;  '-"; Porbign^bbdieB'irithb cyo^ ^  ;er,yW.-;'iJ^  clothing A;abqutV|th<*j AricckyVrembyq^iiirtifi^  cial tooth, and keep patient amused till  ;thbi;.d6otb������i''BlririV0s.rv,></vj,:r^  y '^butwrBV^illVJaBtiricarly os  ;if .;��������� worn vbrilyAVhalf V the; time,...., A AAy ���������A'.VVy'i'7  ;7;';^A.tqll;i7������fy,aApokor7',iB''::i������allyV;'i^  ; breathe 'ion-, it, aridVapply it'to  the back  of tho 'band;AV;r'.;!l'.y;V'VA' XXA<y "A-- i-''.Ai'i/^A  '''��������� A Fi^kles'Vcari'A bo'-A.^romovod ywitbAV;;:a;  Afilb,' but^itj'iB'-a^iouB'pro������jeBB-y^':^,(,r;i;^y  ; EarwlJorsAJwiUynot Aiittaeky dahlifts ; if  you smotherv^tubm Airi*-tM~either .Aof  itheiuA'vr";.' -y.^:V.yyAV;'/y- -A^YXyji XjAAX  '.   To  avoid vii ; piiuplb ; wb'i'lo, ���������*;' shaving,  cover 'it''Awtthvyta  .Bhavo in tho'darkA. with'a;Bafbty ���������ratqif.7  ;,i,;V.Thoi:ey7'iB'ynbJ;;y;lawVyin'A:.;thisy  against drq'ppirig'',yaAponi'ty',ctan^p''iritb''a."  pillar-box, unattached to ft llbtter'.io'j'iritii*''  , 'A.;;;biclc;, from a .mbiifloiwould iiifobably  riot,'ovenilSvakoriya;^^������icbplrig.jel[������pliarit>: j Ai  7 kick from an elephant, on thb.', oilier  liarid, wbiild "probably injurri a slebplng  'iriousp t6tyMtc,yA'.'XXAnXXitxA .'.-.ii ���������'������������������;..  peypo*?** nro iriet with iri Xcoiaiid,  >y)\<Si'������l Viomobf them'ytlirow up 'Vfouh*;  i'talris'i'of ateam, apd'Uot witter y 200 ,febt'  liljra., ��������� -y. In .. jSngland . tliey,' aro riibetly ���������  used; for; heating ���������, batu water, and aro  Bojdom iriowv than fl to ' 8 ft; if" In. high.  i-^uriob...���������.;..;.,-,.",,,' -'..X-y. ���������x.-.XXX'.'.A- ;-;". j"--  Arii'bUo do VEnclos) 'we ' hro infbriri-  edi* ',*wachoi������ what ,1s deaorlbed aa   tha  'four-iintd C,' nolo which, it Jb fslaiiricd,;  has never before boon reached by a airig-  cr.rytXi;Xi:xXYXAX-'A.--:yA-:,,-���������:���������%  ; Hint for'the lady's vaivt.  .,.She yea* tho first  . ,That ever burwt   '"'"   "'      Inthe "four lined 0."     y  \,-i -~Puncb.  ���������'���������'���������'���������YXX:X'-', '.....'..'.M.^iiiSi'i'"' ''"' v.- yy, ���������������������������    -  ,,,-;',,yy   Out. of ths Hoppor.    ,(,v > , .  You can't tell the amount of gas In a  pocmby the motor, '   '  It's a joy rido fori aomo people when  ths conduotor overlooks their, faro,,   , ,  SomoVV-omen's couinluxloti* are ao elesr  wo oan see through them, y.   i y X\ .'���������  %t V"9\*.tst ,b������, trying for amiable people  to live on a cross utreet.  ��������� Wo ritay look do wn on tlm microbe,  but It often get* Into' good society,  No, Henry, tbo aabeatos curtain In *  theatre Is not to protect the villain from  ths bumlntr indignation of tlio audlenoe.  ���������Boston Xr������n������orlpt.������    y ���������.   .-,������ -,...,..������.  men;: /ovcry': 't-hb;yVphqhoA-tliai^^  yp^evish;,A.urireaBqttabley^qma  ��������� trioyVVbo Acrarik^;'y<mV^'sobiJ:Vb^yj^  not of ten ��������� unreasonable.; v;V AymariV^ilybo^7"''"7''"1"'  lloyo an excharigeV yglrlj ��������� bttt;V'(a.;iwbMusa'.'j  ;wbri't.{'^  'Gbah;": wh.iaz/:^';yriiari:y7sa^d^:tp;;^q::  i-'-AvA.  to get mm a:party;on-an aiwayp   ;.;.,;,;  wlrc'i 'wliat'iS:c^riilrig*bff;ririyhbWf ^'V':'^^  r-.mo4ri.,talklngAto^T^dy^"riAAfrii^  KatAtHe'VdlekeM^'jIfc'linV^^  whilo1 ago after I'd tried'.fori'jfl?tceiiVjriiiri.*  iritea; to; get him. a; party ; onAan."always\  busy "   "" """'  la my  or wn  ;-;.V:y;lvtbld.,h1iri'-':tbat'''Wsi.,jpa^  buByVVeVery Ihatant. bf A tlie vtlirie y'slribsi:';;:^  he'dniadO'the call.'> Ho %  :a^';v.bujngj:.^  tbo.VWire ..of,vthb.Aparty-;'.lw!VwaritiOii;;.:V^A;,i.V  :fr*ef arid, I icalled? htm JupynpflApiiiif jlijm;ilisy:.;y';  communication with tho party he'd beaB,V'; ;;  waltliig for.  After he'd fInlshcd^hla tallc;; y  ���������.tn^..',mw;called:,,w������>.'iijp.'iryV,y  V!y>������������Ba^;*lstcr,������ hoatild ytbkxrio'tln^aAA:'  soothed tone, ��������� "iieuae ine '-for'-.rn'yV,lltt1is-'^  i���������^ebyfl1.'ri^,'. while';'iigq.'' yYbii.'vwere'*- keb-recti";''"  The wlirb ofVtHe'7mari 'I.'waritiid;hnWybeeri)X  busy, h������ you aaid, all-the time.' 'arid then;,-,  lio hurig upbeforb.Ilmd a ohaiieo! to  .reply, ���������.,-.,;;; -.,���������; .-.������������������ " ; v.'.y.*;;-^.y-rv:-���������.,-.. ,-;���������.-.  .."Woiud".!',ax. wbTnariii' liave';^,ma(lb.;4b*  amende.t^atwny'y; ;WolIi, I thlnkvnbfcr  t never ][mcw otio * to,' oltlibiigli A-riieni y  quite frequently' do that.'^lCfow; Vbrfc y  8uh'.'.-.y.y."'.',hv-."v;.J i'Vj :'y.'/..i>\'X;.,lS!."A'V y 'A,i"/.;V  ;'.'".-.-,,,';>/���������'.- '... ������,������������.   **   The ayevnge yenrly'slaughter ef foxss*  bi pbrtuany la about;20,000;VvA.AA ^   *  A..y  :$Mi&  5:-.v.'  sssnsSMisiwrsffi  manager f.  BSD  MMt|  !>';.'���������  M  *������*1  IU  ������������������t������'.i<V;iV.  r, r ���������/<  ..       ..... - _ .  .'IM  14 Karats Bol id'_,  ���������aoid shew m;  ���������''���������'��������� .w"swill iWs.jroo.yoy,.  , eholos ot onsoi thuis b������*o-  'tlfiilriant,' fUsrstikssiUs  karats solid, gold ��������� susU,  plain, sristiiTSd. er ������������6  ,wlth'������l������*(ati( slBinlstsd  f������ws1s,'for the salsjsf.,*#  , box** only, at ><������������������������ Vnx,  ������D', TUstaria'aTtm***  V������tf**h\m I'ltls. TKjf  < I srs.ihs crsatsA rs-MWljr  i for Indlirsitloa, sossilp*/  ���������t Impnrs blond. oaUnu,  sldDsya, W������i������������������oi lists  said ttisasi *b������f welyplll*,  Mod.v* ths Monty fl SM  t������t sls������ of ths MaidsabM  ft. will "-  iatt.-fiUinsw.  ���������&���������'''  n4Af������m,  lofMSM  had wt. wit) asm  y������stehol������sotes*  fcsnd������������naIUn-[t,i  ���������������iv ������r������i(.M stnnsl  saist  .tssi   W's*WiMi*we'*������alts"*B������l*  mmmmrn*.**  .'������������������,���������' iV ���������'!'';���������'���������  *i!-JiV'iy  ,.-13CiV~  ���������m i^.iy.i|Tr!-Ti-]r-ffBK--iri~ IV  M  thb: creston review.  .ii'T "'ifal  THE CANADIAN &A  OF GOMMJiKCjJi  OFFICE, TOSOKTO    S. g, ^SSSSSR, Freshest  jaruBaAWgffig iAIE������, General KaEajer  Wild Rose Lodge Islo. 39  KNIGHTS  OF  PYTHIAS  Croston. IS. C.  Meets every oilier Monday from June 20  io October 4 at S *q.m. in Speers" Hall.    ' Geo Broderick, O. O.  Paid-up Capitalist 0,000,00������ j       g; ������������gk* & of f S'  ESTABLISHED 1867  WW-  j Ssserve Fund, -   6,000,000  throughout CanadaTST]njhe United States and Eogland  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  lows,  'otatb B)i  %  A  g  Harrows  wagons;  ers, Planet Jr. Good?  3 cents  6 cents  10 cents  15 cents  .'. ISSUED':'AT -IHE FOLLOWING RATE3  $5 aad under    Over iS and hot exceeding $10      "   $10       " " $30   .....  "   $30        - " $50      ������Orders arc payable at par at every office of a Chartered Bank in Canada  (cxcsfA ire 'Ait Yukon) and at tbe principal banking points in the United States. Tbey  are negotiable at $4.90 to the ������ sterling ia Great Britain and Ireland.  Thay form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money with safety  ������ad a&Cfnafi cost, and may be obtained without delay. SSi  PERCY B. FOWL3B, MANAGER PRESTON BRANCH   IJA,   C.   BOWNESS  ���������Wholesale "Wine and Spirit  Merchant  (Cranbrook       ������       B.C,  HI.  ril������ ���������  I. IMI   IMIMWMWWWMMWM���������MIB  HARNESS  AND  IMPLEMENT   STORE  FLEURY PLOWS are the kind Everybody Swears BY;, Other Plows are the  tind Everybody Swears AT.      "*"  There's a reason.  l,V'--  iifc:  in  ������4^������  Published every  Friday at Greaton Briti^ Columbia, by tbo Greaton Fub-  ltrtiing Co., at their office, Fleet Street, Or*ston.  & n ~  ^ lllt|ls*I'������IB������&  J. K. Johnson   -   Manager.  Raxj?h G-. Sckuto:-;  Editor.  Sabsoriotion, S3 00 a year, ia advance,  "80-Day Notices, $5; 60,*7 60; 90, **iw  3P  l^fSBk  Get your Field and Garden  Seeds at the  Creston Hotel  Sho Review is tho acknowledged advertising medium������t ^ff^gS* oSi  onlating in over one thousand homes throughout the>J>^*g������g  columns  3  in over one tnousana nonies uuvuguunv, ������uy w���������   are opan to correspondents on live qtiestions of looal interest. Con*  tributions must be brief, written on one side of the paper only and signed, not  necessarily for publication, but as evidence of good faith. "We invito support  iu onr endeavours to increase the usefulness of the Review by bringing in your  advertisements, subsoripiions and news. Complaints from subscribers as to  non-secaipt of pap������r will bo promptly attended to. Address all communications to the editor.  It appears that a -number of boys have of late been making  themselves very obnoxious, firing off guns  and frightening*  various ranchers* families.    It is  to be  regretted that the  parents of these lads have no better sense than to allow such  conduct to go unchecked.    This sort of work, if  allowed  toi  pass, will simply mean that some innocent life will be  saeri*- ���������  ficed to satisfy the sport of  these juvenile  offenders.    This  week no less than three boys of respectable families have  been summoned to appear in the police court for misbehaving themselves in this way.    Let all the  parents  who read  this article take notice of the facts and govern   themselves  accordingly. -j  I Creston orug& Book ^o������  J32X  V  j i ne Leaning j  " Hotel of the  Fruit   Belt  \ /OU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign the register at,  WHOLESALE WINES, LIQUORS  jstj������j&jG>jft&^& CIGARS ws^^-s^sfe.  .    men will  substantiate this.    We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are, well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.   1  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  Our   Guests  I , Headquarters for Mining Men,  Cad   0s.9d.tn    lumbermen,   Ranchers^  Tourists  I I  and Commercials.  ilil/l ft** *  1911 uc&i  -V*  i-  The catastrophe that beieli Creston last Friday evc*~-*  when the C. O. Rodgers' sawmill was reduced to ashes by  the fire fiend* goes to show how very poorly prepared -reston is in the matter of fire protection.    If there had  been  a  .   ������ ...   . ���������������������������vi :���������~ a.Mot *'**(*.  i-iorlif-   direction.  strong wma tnat evenm-g wuwiuS ^v,^ *���������.  --a���������  it is a question whether any of the business portion of Creston would be in existence today or not. We recognize that  to provide a fire protection for any town requires the sinews  of war, but as citizens we should face the inevitable and consider this matter as it is a most serious question and one  +w ������.*ils flie undivided attention of the community.  ft  I  Hardware or Furniture j  Up-to-date Goods Arriving Daily 1  l_ . ��������� ���������   5 * 1  If it is either, we'ean supply you at Right Prices.'**  Call and examine.  1  9  A trial will convince you.  Any special orders through us,  You,will be treated right.  The Creston Haidwaie and Furniture Co;  We are Agents for McLaughgin **  iemoGrats,Buggies, Wagons, etc.  ���������SMBTSj*asMMUs������sSj^Ts^TSlJsWBTSB������Jls������^^  You Save Money by consulting us before  Buying. Elsewhere.    ,  EasyTerms     ^  K 5. McUKtLMTH  J&,   jAV *S*������^ *������������������ i*������ r <������������������������<������*������    -^0^ mm     la������>nr    mm   mm. , mm   imi  CRESTON  The question of holding a fall fruit fair and exhibition at  Creston as discussed at the last m-reting of the Board ot  Trade is an excellent idea, and we hope the Fruit Growers'  Association and the Farmers' Institute will co-operate with  the Board of Trade in making the fruit fair a huge success.  What could be more fitting than for Creston, the recognized  eenter of the very greatest fruit growing district in B.C., to  hold a fruit fair or exhibition this fall at which can be displayed the very best fruits for the best district of the province of British Columbia?  The fifth annual report of the provincial game and forest  warden, which has come to hand, contains much valuable information. In this report it is stated that in various parts of  the province dogs have been worrying deer to an alarming  extent. In the Creston district this nuisance is by no means  unknown, as we are credibly informed that several large  dogs owned by residents of this district are in the habit of  running deer in the hills and worrying does and fawns for  days at a time. It is hoped that the owners of these animals  will try and stop this nuisance.   i _      '''      ���������.   ��������� * j  KOOTENAY LAND DISTRICT���������DI   strict of  West Kootenay. i"  Tako Notice tbat Clayton O. "Wright, of Fer  nie, B.C., Jeweller, Intends to apply for por- <  mission lo purchase the following described I  lands:   Commencing at a post planted oh the I  south side of tlio B.C.Soutnem Railway's tight  of way, about one and one half miles In a  westerly 'direction from tho northwest corner,  of Lot 8003, Group 1, Kootenay; thenco west80  uhatna. thunce south 80 chains, thence cast 80  chains, thenco north 80 .chains. 1������ point of  commencement, containing G10 acres, more or  loss  Dated JVIurch -Sth. 1810. _  CLAYTON C. WRIGHT  1Ka.1R.BcattB  CRANBROOK - B.C.  i*  3  3  KOOTENAY LAND  IHBTRiOT���������District  oi  West Kootoflay,  Talio Notloc that Alexander A. Gillespie, of  Fornie, B.C., real estate agent, Intends to apply for poi'mtBHlon to purchase tho following  acscrlbed|,land������:  Commend up; at a post, planted at the south  nldooftho B O, Southern Hallway right of  way, about one and ono-half tnilos in n. west-  erly direction from iho northwost cornor or  Lot BSW8, Group 1, Kootenay, thence south 10  chaliiB, thence oast 10 ohulns, thenco north lo  chains, to B.C. Southern Railway's right of  way, thenco west 10 chains, alone said right  of way to point of commencement, containing 80 aorori moro ov loan.  Dated March 4th, 1010.,    >  ALEXANDER A. GlLLKSrilC  Tho ,  Funeral QUectoi  _��������� ^T-HS      ������ "      '|  iced Roils!  Spiced Rolls!!          . i  We have a fresh supply 6fX,  A. MIRABELLI  ITHE    CRESTON   SHOEMAKER  Best Workmanship  Boots and Shoes made to Order  A Speciality  FEOHTHK STRANGERS' GAIiLERY. ports of the -way down tho room, front.  j ing the Spoftkor, thoro is a gangway Al  LIQUOR LlbENSm AOT, WOO.  Talco Notlco that ono mouth afterdate, I intend to apply to tho BupHrintondont of Pollco  for a hotoUlconfle to sou Intoxloatinic IhmorH  at the town of Crouton In tho provlnco of Brit  inh Columbia, In tho promises known oh tho  Hotel Munro, si tuato on, Ix>ts 1, 1 and 3, In  vniook 21, or a Hub-dlvlHlon nl' Lot r>2ft lu Group  1, In tho JMHtrlot of Kootoiiay, Plan CM,  Datod at Crouton, B.C., March 6th, 1010.  ������������������xmitiAit H, BURTON*,  Applicant.   '  Adlard & Wisler  House and  Sign Painters  Katsominmg and  tpaperhanging  yyX ' VICTORIA, OTEEBT,';;.'.;-* ">X:X ���������  ->''.'.���������.!  r'.'ii'i'V'.'  I'1*^'''''  I-'*1',1'  'jyiy.'  m:  Thank a to tho courtesy of a friond  who frrltos the magio lottoru M.P. aftor  his name, I wan privilegoi to roooivo an  order of admittance to tho gallory ot tho  House ot Commoma;  and after duly  signing a printed promise to abstain  from roystorons behaviour, oto., and on*  texlng my name in tho hook, X punsod  through tho lunnll doorway np a flight  "of narrow steps and found myself look*  ing down into tho "Mother of Parliaments. "  Imagine to yourself a rcctangnlar  chamber about 260 feet long by 300 feet  broad. On tho ground floor nre the  moats for members���������long bonohon run*  nlng along tbe ildo*> of the hall in tlors,  At the far end \������ tho Speakers' ohalr,  freated by th^ t*We nt whioh lit the  rooord olerks, and on one sido ot which  ii the famous mace, the sign and symbol  that Ul* Majesty's Commons are sitting.  The Government seats are to the right  hand of tho speaker's ohair. Tho Opp.  Pillion -seats to the left.  About throo*  viding the length of tho hall, and below  thie gangway, on the Government sldo,  alt eho Labor men.    Bolow tho gangway! on the Opposition eldo,  nro, the  Irish mem hern,    Tho members of the  prosH���������xtijiuiLoi'ft���������Bit in tho gallery abovo  tho spoakor; nbovo them Ib tho Indies'  ���������gallery, separated from tho prons by an  iron network, "tbo grillo," whioh has  boon so fiercely attaokod by tho snlfra*  gottoB.   Tho remainder of tho gallery is  devoted to peenii dititiaguihhcidatraugora  end strangers, thlH completing tho four  nldoB avnllnble, "  Mr. Balfour ls on his feet, ns I ontor,  nnd the bonohes nre woll filled with  M.Ps. Tho proposition boforo tho  houso is on tho allooatlon of timo for tho  debate on tbo Lords' Yoto rosolntlonu,  'Whilst making n tow notes I am  touched on the shoulder by the attend*  imt, who Informs mo It in not allowed to  tnko notes m tho strnnfiors' gnllovy, and  in obedience to "onstom." buioro whoao  mouldy throno all mon in this old land  Say, Johnnie, can you tell  me Vbhere I can hire a Good  Saddle Pony}  Sure I- Try the  GRESTON  LIVERY  It's the BESTINVOWM  There's a Good Dt&y *nd  Transfer in connection* Also  Green and Dry Wood*  'tfi+fiAH*^  Fine Cigars  Cigarettes  ALWAYS ON HANb.  ywv  Pool Room, Billiards  .';:'.'"���������;���������'���������'v'   '   " and.-  Barber Shpp  BATHS  Both Hot and Cold  Tpnsqrial Parlor* Fourth St*   : '   mimmllmmim^timmiimimiu^^  , iliaMM���������������������������wmi^  The Oreston  ^GamerofixB^S'.  P^RJBTOBS  v?V;^''A;';^iWliolosalo  Pi-ovlnlons,   Produce,   Fruit  fl������n*r������l Commission Mtrntaunt*  NELSON       -        B. 0.  %OLLS  Theso,am BoooIokh and take the  ���������plnce of Ham or Bacon nt a Low  Price that will snrpriso yoa.  Fresh Beef, Pork  Veal and Mutton  Fresh and Smoked Fish  Of AU Kinds  P. BURNS&Go,  ^���������''LliihltiiOi^'-^^^y'-y:'  ;cRKSto^y^y^;!||B^  fl  I*  : v  I  \  <y  OF INTEREST TO JPRUJT'GROWERS  THIS ID TO oisRTXPY tlut T, hWve inspiotod tho Nursery fltook  Gown by the Riverside Nursery, Grand Works, B.O,, aud fuuud no  featlr.uB diseases.  inn> stook is woU grown ond ot excellent qnality. ^           JlOth S������pt<������nbor, 1000. M. S, ltlDDUfiTOlf,  Assistant Proviriolal H^ooHttri*^  ���������������*Ms<Bft<B������������l������������������IIP������������WW'"Wt������iW*"jm:':''';--V  <YX:AXXYAxm0f^^^  " B "  ��������� 'Wyfk'X'XXXyX^X'A!' ''.'A-:jtX.' <���������'���������������������������)  :M������y^mcBiJiM'''  yAXy'-^AiX'XYA-AXAi^yYy^y'YyYYA^  :WtisiniMS  ���������imd:  Plumber  On Sirdar Avfetiiib  ,',''��������� ' iupmm*! ' '';   ',i,|'''' ''I ("���������' -' *tx .  I  W ALTBRV. JACKSON, ���������%&������& MWBBbbibb  UR^B'iUJH, B.O.  '*"���������   *  ��������� '��������� ^xfori RaftedBeans *v\a;/;  Chicken ^V# Every Saturday  ;^^aj^,:;,A';.y;A.:  iing  %  ''':...' *iw .k"^ !*/������>.'���������������>.,������* ,**.<������������ ,**o  .syg-fiiirvwy y,y yr *>iyy ,i*t i,  Water y jH^W^yyl  , rsSfk  .(11 /.  ���������II  yy;'  x.y;M,  IHlMMtfMI  iMHMMirlB-BMBSsS^iaBl  .������������������,.-. .y;:v..,.',V.''v   "irr;-T������-'">Hr.w* ;-"*r.1.;'.  xy^xt  a 7 .iS^^'^ai^^^  ������rr**Wv^������*t*W'i  eClUUy* ,;..," ;,.���������;,,.,,..  iiyy*.-.v..-''.i.''.���������','..-��������� *''.' ��������� >..i;,,->..  ^%)^.)^^^j.'^ii^ii).i^^^ifcjiitji%^ji  ������Wii.������firW*>r,lpi;^W|i������r������|i'*f'i������������yrfw ff.',..������.,.. f. \  X:YAXWy'Aty^^^^   AAAAAA^Am:xxAXAmiAmm^xm'  yt.'...,i.  m*mmamamiwam rt r     jk/i V1*  1  "    ���������������    b H     \  '$/tA-Z.A i  i '  1   IL V  =sssr  THE CE^&TON REVIEW  ..... jK^.  ***     fw  WJ^tt /io1 Bay #iem "where there is the Most Money to be made off them /      if you do,  'i"V  eswn  (ESI  WHY���������Our Land is lust as Good, our  ��������� ���������  Climate Cannot be Beaten,  and <we are  2J*  vr  !#*&i  Isn't that evidence enough that Creston District  Is the place to buy Fruit Lands? e  We have 8,700 acres in our tract, and we are sub-dividing  it Into 10-acre Lots.  Our Price is $400 art acre  Terms S200 Cash, balance in five equal annual payments  -   with interest at 6 per cent, per annum  9  is  4^ww  The Roihw&y Runs through this Land*  fhese Orchard Lands are also connected by Telephone with Creston.  Within th������ Last Y������%? w������ hsva sold over 800 se  Out of this Tract  ���������i*A  Our hand is sveciallv adapted  ua*-u     ^*ff*o 1 ��������������������������� ^��������� %���������������?<������?*������   s? ^y ������rsja^^ so**-*-**'s*������*r ^p^r **ss������s*r-sb^sbbss-bs^^p^^   J2P W*v*^ var^rffu*  ���������**������������������������������������' "^���������"���������j***-- vy1"  *^~"B*BT*BrT*sj**ssrTB*fisWBs������i*^^        "i ~ ��������� i'mM ���������-*���������-*���������-��������������������������� ������������������ - ��������� ��������������������������� ������������������ ��������� m 1-���������^.������������������ ���������������. - ������������������-���������'������������������i"������^g������rM*nr*h*,^���������1*'*a***M*'^^  i*bf jFra# Growing*  *<*..  Greston -.-B.C'?  ���������    .     ������������������       -.������������������,-���������������������������.      -���������������������������-     ���������^"���������.-      *��������� ������ *..������������������. ������������������     -      ���������  ��������� ��������� ���������   ���������       .*     ���������     .������   '������-���������-   '    *     '    -.      '   4.  '       tP        ^ -*>       '  Byus-���������g KOOTENAY" BRAND JAMS  You wilt knoto what "PERFECTION  ' * J. -'Means in PRESERVES.  tt  " KOOTENAY " Jams are made Only by  j The Kootenay Jam. Co. Ltd  1 mci crvM    I* c  NELSON, B.C.  ri  ty%/%rQ/fr&'VVr*r&rmr%orn>'ya*Tmrmniry  - '1  'i.  SMfcPEAK'S Store of Plenty  i  must bow, I put my note book away to  turn my wbo.e attention to watching  the scene before me; and indeei the  scene is interesting enough. Before my  eyes are assembled men, supposed to  hold British imperial and domestic policies in the hollow of their hand.  Mr. Bolf onr is aconsing the, Government of attempting to bring about a  revolution in a few days and to carry  resolutions nnder the closure in the  totally inadequate time they propose to  allow for discussion, whioh will take  away an integral part of tho old constitution of Britain. -,  (ro to continued) ' '  Raxph G. Soruton  Distrtd News  Vs"* J  cAn Acknowledgment  We have nothing to "unload" upon the tmwary  public, just a full and complete stock of the" Best  Goods*in such lines as��������� .    ������  HandfcerohiefiJ ."  Gloves  Belts '*    , ,'  &usponder4  Dress Pants  Bedford C?loth Suits      Oolnmbu\.8hooB      Vassar Shoos  TJnflferwoar  * Hosiery -''  SwenteiK  ' 1 Vanoy VestB  * "Cloth Oaps 'WfirktnK Pantn   -"--������������������        ~ ���������     bif  Shirts  Oollars  Unffs  Umbrellas  I    H ���������   1  Beroi^ford Shoe's ���������.  Leolcle Shoes  Maple Loaf Rubbers  Ladies' Goods a Specialty.        A full lino of(*E|kmoro Hats  L^   1 Just arrived���������80 ���������two nnd Three-piece Summer Suits,  liued and nn-  1    \ lined,. oLatost Styles.   Prices aro always xinht.  11 M f   .      % l"l ,  |^M������5  Under the Auspices of  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Wild Rose Lodge No. 39  * 1  '���������'.- ��������� .>-''���������'���������; ';.,A,.'i..-'���������;>>'���������' yy>(,\ ';iy-i\$yy y'X  A" ���������AXiAyA\AiYi;XXXA^X^:^''f..  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S.'.JSitvijiii jy,,,<������* ST..*... .  L������i. v.''<'%i^vrv������,v.;^':yyi'.;;;-.y.y,yy..y>,.:),yy-;>';M.y.yy^^^^ XYAXyaXXa  . : 1 ;',"A������. "*���������'!.������������������'��������� :���������.!;���������.���������...��������� ���������-���������'���������'-.'. ;-, -Aiirt.'-'f.'-vivi-.-r.'vv;..;.!'��������� i.-r: ������������������'���������':-..y;-'..!',;i...-'Lv". '.VV>. .���������'.���������'���������'...���������,���������>...'., 'i..i.i.;-.....: :-/.,';vi|l*.,.iy-,;,v,hSf.'.-!, ,- ...,,;,.,'..,-..'./',I''.:.-<'.  ,T. K. Johnson is in receipt of an ex-  press paotcageltrom A. G. Long*, of Wan-  eta, B.O., which contains some very nice  asparagus, which certainly in a credit  for auy district to produoo at this season  of tho year.  The people of Wnneta, however, ap-  poor to think that when it comes to early  products, thoir distriot oan outclass  Oreston. Now as a matter of foot, Mr.  James .Kennedy, a Oreston frnit grower,  ten days ago, had strawberries coming  into bloom and rhubarb grown outside  at Oreston was, two weeks ago, si* inches In length. AH tho frnit trooo hero  are in bloom a woolc ago, and lottnoo  seed, having boen in tho ground all whiter, is now getting its sooond loaf. Add-  od W,thfy^ l00fl1  fr-ait'gi^  at'prwtbn;.^ inches  in'holghti:i^  thladalt^^  local market for the pait two weeks, tho  same being grown outsldo.  Now, whllo  Wawota may bo in tho pottter of a most  uxoollonfc district, tlm Rood pooplo , of  t)>ai jplaeo wonl^  out thoir h(Wl:ir grovir  any kind of vegetablo or fruit oapable of  boing&tetti^  tluin onn Xm Miuwu wt Oibatou, toi it  must bo remembered tbat Oreston dW������  trlqfc Is dully llvlu������ op to IU favorlto  .mvotto; ttiat''d^itow; ^i-'������*��������� &������<* w.|fch  *>1������W eiiV tn'f vMmfa kiAA '#*��������� t ntttte." ��������� "'  |:;:',y.,';,y. r*y''y.:y'.���������yxyxx.:-;yy;y; :������������������:��������� vI-,-'-., -y ������������������,��������� ������������������  ...  Some of the members of the Oreston-  Erickson rifle club, were doing a little  practice shooting on Sunday last.  The oonveyer at the'Oregton Lumber  Oo.'s sawmill was out down lost week  and rebuilt. , ,  J. Littlejohn has taken the stump-  pulling fever and is olearing' his land,  which is adding greatly to the appearance bf his place.  Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Spence pf Kings-  gate arrived Saturday in Eriokson to  visit Mr. Martin .and Mr. Brown-  rigg. Mr. Spence returned to Kings-  gate on Monday, while' Mrs. Spence  will remain in Eriokson a short time  longer.  Wm Penny, wjio has beenr employed  in Eriokson for some time nt tho saw-  mitt has resigned his position and left  Erickson this week.  LUMBER  ���������������������������i  !  SAWMILL AT CRESTON, B.C.  Laths,  Stitngies,  Brick,  Lime  Doors, Windows, Moudings.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  chas: o. rodgers  i'u  ������������������Billie" Simons, woll known,abont  EribkBon, left this week for tha province  of Alberta, whoro ho in future willro  Bide  i   i  Apartments  Fourteen Rooms now  ��������� ready for "Roomfcra *'  in, the Baast Block.  All are furnished.  Hot and Cold Baths  GUY LOWENBERG  REAL ESTATE     INSURANCE  MINING  FRANK   BAST  i- J  mmm  Most of you.Insure your Buildinge, oto., from Loss by FIRE.  You consldor it good business judgment.   Tour Livo Stook ia  liable to Iobb in a hundred difierent ways, not ONE only.    There-'  fore, use tho somo business judgment; and insure with me in  The British-American Live Stock Association Ltd.  OVFJOB-TBLEPHONK CENTRAL BLOCK.  PHONIC X.  T''"":"v;  Till  Aybt&ned'd' ���������.'-.���������.��������� '"''''y::xX'' ":"  . i-..., ������i,.-,.... ,���������.,..',-,.���������../���������.    ��������� ....  C16tHes^G  SR^pkir Ing 3iisiness"';  Iny tie Bwt tlockj and will  guarantee all work entrusted; tO;'.her;;.., Many years experience at the work.  ;:A:::,Britt^.:iuAyoU't;;Clo  AU tlie Latest in Hats,  Blowers, Ribbons and  Veilings, I/adies*   and  '��������� Jv;i;ChitiienV ��������������������������� Sailors; ;.;��������� '.':y:y  A fine assortment of Ladies'  Waists, from $i. Infants'  Silk Bonnets, etc., etc,  ;Mrs. M.yYOUNQ  Poiirtli Street, Creston, B.C.  'mmmmfmmm  1  ���������.lywiwwxwiiiw.nic.  D'WiWKfiim**''.**1***1***  Sates of Creston Property  Daring tho post woek O. P. Biol i*,  ports tho following sales of towta property: He sold four Iota in tho Uow addition to Mrs. Ester Whito MoMurtrlo,  also two building loU to Jos.Oarvor and  two moro lot* to ir. stooe Bmitli. All <i������ v  thoso lota aold wore in the Dovr *additlos*L  trjUIoli'U'i^.M*^^  very' oholo^^^IdiJnttal.' ������������������ B^tlbua;'j*y  Ctvxbm.   Thft Doiv uJditiou is tho 'hfgk y  portion of Oi-eatou surrounding tho new ���������-.  sohoolhouso.   It has tho highest view of  the ttm^lV^^  teen* of building sites in tn^;^traot?;V  ,lVa'^mtIoa;that;ci'n^;a    ,bft;!i:^h������������*iivr  Vt-'sWsMl^  bHng troblo theii* present price, t:&'i\<W:  vmm*mm*i*ti iiiiwhsmii  JiitTe you sooured tho combined offer  of eho Oreston Eevlew' and the Family  Hetald. and Weekly Star as doacrlbed on  tho front Dago of this paper ? Each is-  ���������ao of th������ Family Herald It a volumo In  forniftkl������m for ovcryone and e������p������oWny UouuUplatoB going^ to Alb*irt������ aboni^  , '.":'V-; ":���������:���������.'-. :.'..,.'  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Pressure  of. work prompted me to ignore some  of-the distressing symptoms of impaired  liver activity���������sour stomach, fulness  after eating and dulness of intellectual  activity, lt was not until a severe attack of sleeplessness following an exacting session of court, and a nervous  excitability that later developed, that 1  realized fully my condition. My physician ordered complete change and rest,  but my engagements tendered impossible this course.  -* VTo correct the system 1 began using  Dr. Hamilton's Pill3, and to my delight,  not only did they establish regularity,  bui, the iiver activity of my earlier days  returned. The solution of my health  problem was immediate, digestion improved, appetite became active, and my ^  nerves were speedily up to my old fight- j Following is the list of women executing mark. Please head me as a x������r. e^ einCe Oonfederalitin, 1SG7, iu Canada:  Hamilton Pill man."  No medicine so valuable for those  leading a sedentary life as Dr.* Hamilton's Pills, sold iu yellow boxes, 25c, all  dealers, or the Catarrhozone Co., Kingston, Canada.  - ������������������.       ^ ii ^   - - - ���������  RELICS *tO,CQ3  YEARS OLD.  Many   Rcmarkablo   Discoveries   Made  by Assyriologists.  1 he Rev. G. W. II. Jonn������, while spf ak-  ing on Asityrtulogy yesterday at tht  Royal Institution, showed a numbci of  pictures and pieces pf crude sculpinic,  wliich archaeologists have assigned to  .is remote a period as 6,000 or S.OO0 B. C.  The lecturer, describing a great find at  Susa, in 1904, stated that for a long time  explorers were unccitain -what such an  enormous amount of booty could evidence. It was finally settled that the  articles were a deposit of the foundations of a great temple. There were hundreds of gold objects, 400 silver, 200 lead,  statuettes, jewelry, 1,300 bronze objecte  and an enormous quantity of articles of  stone and clay, as> well as precious  stones. They were of great bsauty and  variety, and all apparently belonging  to oen period, 1800 B. C. There were  children's toys which had evidently been  put with the deposit as a votive offering.  The explorations in Assyria and Baby-  Ion had changed the outlook of human  history; we had doubled the length of  the  period^ which  we culled historic.���������  From the ixmdon Leadsr.  ��������� ������ . ��������������� i    .,    ,  Women   Hanged   in   Canada.  SKIH km UPSS  COUtSORES* W8HDB0RB.  12 Vaseline Remedies ia Tubes  Capsicum, Borated, Mentholated, Carbo-  lated, Camphorated, White Oxide of Zinc,  etc. Each fop special purposes. Write ior  Free Vaseline Book. ,  eHESEBSOUCH^MFO. CO.' (Conacj)  370 Orals &t. W.������ Montreal  THE SHARK'S EYE WAS ON HIM  Po^lhttrc.  The occurrence of white feathers in a  bird's plumage is very common.    It is.  of course, due to lack of coloring matter,  and  is liable  to appear in both young  and old birds.   I have known of several  old   birds   to   exhibit   this     peculiarity  (mostly in the wing feathers, howeVrr),  and it  may be due  to imperfect nutrition and  circulation  as   the  bird  ages.  I have  also   noticed  it  in  young birds  in a number  of  instances.    The  phenomenon,  thus, cannot  be  *a������l to  occur  simply  as  a result  of ol-i  age,  but is  rather one of those slight changes in the  bird's  system, the causes of which -we  do not fully know.   There is this &.uch  more to be said, however: When a, young  bird starts out with a few white feathers, they are usually retained through-  life,   molting each   time   hx" a" ~, similar  manner.   014 birds may exhibit this loss  of coloring at any time.���������From. "Nature  and Science" in March St. TSicholas.  Try -this  MEW  ������un<8   SURE, *#*���������$*', i^ * ������  T  Phoebe Campbell, at London, Ont., May  6, 1872; Elizabeth Workman, at Sarnio,  Out.. May 23, 1873; Cordelia Viau, at St.  Scholasfcique, Que., VMarch 5, 1899; Emily  Hilda Blake, at Brandon, Man., Dec. 2tt,   ������������<���������.������" ������������������  MOTHERS fill Skfl  WITH BABY'S OWN TABLETS  I * You  GfsEotshssjW 1 WINDS or GOODS. II  i don't havo to know what your Goods I  are a������ade ������������, SAMS Dye for ������kt���������Nol  chance of mistakes. All colon io cents from I  your Druggist or Dealer. Sample Card and j  Booklet Free. The Johnson-Rlohsrdson |  Ca��������� Unilted.   Dagt,JN. Montreal, Que. I  ���������fa  lifai  The   Atmosphere   of   Cities.  German cities are studying their atmospheric condltiona, says the Chicago  Tribune. The fact that sunshine lessens  as population becomes moro dense, and  especially when the activity of industrial  centres expands superficially and increases in intensity, has long been noted.  An increasing tndoncy to fog has also  been observed, and both aro effects of  tho imperfect and incomplete combustion of coal.  Modern industry pn^s toll for this in  the Injury of delicate fabrics, the general  depreciation in the value of many artUi  cles of trade and household use, and the  increuHed cost of cleansing. Since the  battle is waged with growing energy  against tuberculosis, physicians and students of social science feel that the problem of purer air for the dwellers in  cities haa become primarily important.  Statistics have been collected for novae  time past. .They demonstrate how littlo  sunshine falls to the lot of the residents  of industrial cities even when the sun ia  obscured by Bmoke particles. In no German city has the loss o! sunBhino, due  to fog, equalled that of London, where  the foggy days during the three months,  December, January and February in-  Vcreased from eighteen to thirty-one dur-.  ing the last half of the lastccnutry.  Imitators of the Rattlesnake,  At least two observers, Messrs. P. B.  Loomis and J. A. Harris, have within the  lent two years noted the curious foot  . that tho brairle dog or burrowing, owl.  sometimes imitate,!a ft most realistic  way, the rattle of the rnttlcu-mvke, nmong  whose denB they nro often found. When  tho OwU arc; disturbed they utter thia  ���������warning sound in such a manner tbat  even experienced horses are startled and  deceived by it. Mr, Harris suggests that  this trick U intended as a meanurc of  eelf-protcctlon, Even young bird*, he  ���������ays, make th* same sound when takon  from the nests.  4������������      River Power Going to Waste.  It is claimed tbat enough horse power  hocr to waste hi the rivers nnd stream**  between Austin and fian .Antonio, Texas,  to run all the lndii*trli*������ in the State,  Fishguard promises to supplant  Quem������town ns a stopping placo for  transatlantic pnBHcogo*".vessels.  Mothers who have used Baby's Own  Tablets say they feci safe   when   they  have this -medicine    iu   the house,    as  the      Tablets are   a newi-failing cure  for the ills of babyhood and childhood.  And the mother  has the  guarantee  of  a governnmit analyst  that    tliis medicine  contains     uo    poisonous     opiates.  Mrs.   Walter   Barr,    Aluu&taia  Grove.  ������i*������~. says:     "My Mti> boy    suffered  "terribly when teething,  and from oon-  stigi&tion.        Nothing 1 gave him    did  the least good until I gave bim   Baby's  Own Tablets  and these  brought     him  spet-dy relief.      Every mother of young  children should keep the Tablets* in the  home."   Sold by medicine dealers or -by  mail  at  25 cents a  box from The  Dr.  Williams'' Medicine Co.. Brockviiie,, Ont.   ������������oe>  Car Coming!  A. r!t*on of open road  Bez-eeth  a sumzue?  ik?;  Par -whirls  the sand  HKe a phantom band;  '*C������r comiag!'* is the cry."  I?rora. beyond tha did horizon.  Where green and axure meet,  Cctnou a muffled throb like a choking sob.  Or the hum ol a busy street.  Tto the sons ������������ the mighty motor  Aad the drone of the whistling air  There's a hand ot steel -wi the steering wheel  At the rein of the Speed Ctod's tnaSv.  Th strengtta of"a hundred* stallions''      f  Is straining beneath the hood;  The crowd imps bhek from the dusty track  Aa from one of Satan's brood.  On each side ride Death and Horror,  Straight ahead Success and Fame;  *WtlU a crash and sigh lt flashes by;  Tls surely a wondrous same;  ji ;  It leaped up out of the distance.  And into tbe distance died;  And Time and Space in the 'straining race  Drop backward side by side.  ���������Henry Stuart Dudley, In February Smart Set  And the Skipper <3bt a Shock Which  He   Thinks   Was   Mesmeric.      *  '���������'Ever get mermerized by a fish?"  Baid the skipper. "Nor Well, 1 have  been many a -time. It was a shark that  did it.  "I don't know the scientific name ol  this particular variety of shark, but it  abounds orf the Nantucket shoals. When  full grown they are trom eight to ten  feot long and weigh from 500 to 700  pounds. They have a broad head, with  tlie mouth well under it. Thoy have aaw  teeth, five io*-vs of them, about an inch  and a half long, and they can flatten the  lot aad chew their gums. But for & human beiug the peril is in the eyes.  "1 don't believe m raan-iMftng sharks.  I don't ^believe that if a shark is in  bloody water he gets excited and will  Biiap at anything he seca; but let one of  those fellows get bis eye on you and you  don't know where you are at.  ''They have a habit of coming up  alongside of your live boxes and lying  thero white you fish. Then when you  get anything on your Hue the shark has  it off before yon get a chance to pull.  "1 remember the first time 1 saw one  A\Pc;-;X������*������sty-;'    \  Thn-* -.re twd^ kind*, "pi I people in tho  world���������i"i.>se who look^m the^jiight -jldt*  of tVw^-. and-tliosa.who'Ao.notT Each  "sort ir. ���������=���������.������������������* td'.pxtrajstj'h'isVor her ov n  i.iorsl   fi"'*a   evejyth&g.!  Ay  Two o'.d: ladies, .bofch> ofr whom wr-re  well cured1 forswore vortfiri iVosivora'iig  about their affaiirs.v Oue vn< ������i jolly oJ,j  Udy, -j-he othqriwas of-i^som-di^n^iUon.  "Well. -APiVAsiutl the pally o"nV''it*<s  ���������ilc.isant to be old. Wo ������yo~ iho best of  ucijthing���������the easiest chairs, the bent  places, the  tenderesfc  mm'pis--''  "Yi'--. ye?/* sighed tin* other, fore ad to  o limit that bor life wad au easy ono,  "that's nil veiy tmc, but what'* the uv .'  We f.m't bo old but onca''���������Youth"-*  Companion.  LIVE HMrTcUaR SKIN.  All who flight in a clcai' skin, soft  white liandH, a clean, Avholosome Hcalp  and live, glossy hair, Will find that Cuticura Soup and Cuticura Ointment more  tban rriuissQ ^ every expectation in promoting skin und hair honlth' and the  bodily purity. A single cake of Cuticura  Soap and box of Ciitieuru Ointment are  often sufficient to cure torturing, disfiguring cozening, rnsho**, irritations, sea 1-  ingH and cruatings of the akin and scalp,  with Ioh-3 of hair, thua rcndeiing them  tho moat economical treatment known  for affections of tho skin and acalp.  ������.������ ������      To   Tell   tho   South.  A new qualified judge in one of the  small towns of the south was trying ono  of Ms fiist criminal coses. The accused  Was an old darky who was charged with  robbing a hencoop. He had been m  court before on a similar charge and was  then acquitted.  "Well, Tom," began the judge, "1 see  you're in trouble again."  "Yes,  sab,"   replied   the   darky,  "the  last time, jedge, you was ma lawyer."  "Where   is your lawyer  this  time?"  ot them.  I was a boy at the time, and   asked the judge.  one of these fellows had come up along-       "J **"'*��������� 8ot no lawyer this time," an-  sidc of mv iive box ������x������d I put my hand    swered    Tom.     "I ni going xo teii the  -    *    -  ���������    - - truth."���������Baltimore American.   ��������������������������������� ������- - -  ��������� .  FREE   TO   OUR   READERS.  Write Murine Ere Remedy Co., Chicago, for  48-page illuetratefl Eye Book Free.   Write all  about Your Eye Troublo and they will advl9e  an ib> tlio Prcpw, Application o? tlis Murine  By* Remedies^In   Your  Speclaroase.   Your'  Druggiat will tell you thnt Murine KsHs^se  Sore EyeA,- Strengthens Weai Eyes, Doesn't1  Smart, Soothea Eye''Pain, and Bells for 60c  Try It in Your Byes and in Baby's Eyes for;  Scaly  Eyelids  and  Granulation.  Boiit CoosM*  K^UK   ;VO   9: 1^10  ^\\z titST voffltt-s. ��������� ^Kis-w-Svas  Will instantly relieves your aching SB  throat.   There is nothing like stior l  Asthma,   Bronchiti-.   end   lung  troubles.      Contains   no   opiates.  Very plensant to tako.  All Druggists, 26 eonta.  m. i.^ hji>j*iw  out and touehed hisi back. He didn't seem  to mind it at all, but a minute later  when I stood up. I caught sight of his  eyes, or one of them. Well, sir, I just  tuinoieu  back  the boft-t and w:  as  helpless as a jellyfish out of water.  "I don't know how to explain it. The  eyes of this fish are no bigger thaa the  point of your little finger, but there is  something that comes out of them that  makes you tvmble all in a heap. Many  a time after, that did I have a similar  experience, and I know of a lot of men  who have felt the same effect. The only  explanation-1 could suggest is that tbe  share's eye has some sort of mesmeric  power."  I OWE MY LIFE  TO GIN FILLS  SURIVIAL.OF THE FITTEST.  ., s Out* yonr Vn-ro of say '  1 ' Bp������riu,   Cnrb,  Bpllat,  *    alssbon*, Tloay Growth  ,WUio*iMii with ��������� 6L  botU* of  KENDAIX'S Spavin Cove   '  Ua������tbvtbouMUidt!tor<0r������Mv.  On������ m������o wrlteii���������  IdUAla Ukltuwrttl*. M.B.. Jun* ai, 1S0������ .  "t k������v������ mud yauir SMTtn Curs for 10 yrtn ������nd And,  It tb* (icatNt ranady om tutli for man and taut.**  ,    ebtimkoJenu,     .  KoUllInc wbtn your hart will Um* lUtlf.  On  KaadtU ��������� toiUjr and keep tk htndr.  Out book���������" A  TmtlM On Tb* Jton������" tolli bow to cure all how*  Honblf������.  yMe-akdeal������l������otirrltoui. J������,  Br. ft. J. Kendall ������������������., Knotkurg falb, Mi  'v. '���������'���������'.������������������     .  . ��������� Z^i  Pftt  Cynthia Grey's Corespondenrtal  Dear    Misa   Gray,���������Please   givo    mo  recipes for cookiea and cinnamon cakes.  Milliccnt.  A.���������^A subscriber ha������ given me, n.  cookie recipe whioh i������ clm&p nnd good,  I've tried it; Ono eup.souv cream,^jftro.  thirds cup lard, one and two-tliirdBr^upB  granulated sugar, one egg, one teaspoon  soda, one teaspoon baking powder-Aorio  teaspoon nutmogi and flour, to .make  dough junf stiff enough to lie haudlud.  Cinnamon cakes are mndo by mixing,  in tlie ordcr^ given, one-half cup butter,  one cup sugar, two: oggu, one-hnlf f.cup  milk, one and one-quarter cups ,!flo������r,  two and one-half teaspoons baking ���������powder, and one toaepoonfiri cinnamon.  Bake in buttered gem parii.   ,. ���������',.7 .  Dear Miss Groy,���������-Wlnxt will .take  milk stalna from a b|rown:ycaehmoro,  dresB? Iiow can I loosen tho gniund  around my house plants? Tho ground  is very hard. Mrs. 1*. Q. 0,  A.���������(1) Benzine* ov gasoline. Bo very  careful and do not uno olthor near fire.  (2) A common two-tlnod cooking fork  Is tbo best utensil to uso. Do not go  clown too far in tho ground or you .���������will  injure the roots of the plants,  Dour Miss Groy,~I am n. girl of 10,  and havo Imd two proposals of marriage. Ono young mnn is rich', but I  i\o not liko him as J. do the other, .who.  in not ao well off.   Which ahull 1 take!  "PuMllDll,  A.-���������\Sinco you hcrtllnte In making a  flliriien, it Is plain you ;lovo noitbor.You  aro young���������walt until you'moot Homoonn  whom ynu lovo so muoh that you'll ae*  oopt tlio morr-ont ho propnsns, Whon tho  right ono comes along, you'll not wait to  n-Hk ndvlofl from mo, and neither woaltb  nor pnvorty will count���������If ynu aro a  tmehcartpd woman.  If you want to eee a happy woman, just  call on Mrs. Hollie Dixon, 69 Hoakin Ave.,  ���������West Toronto,' / -^ "   .  .."After wn /ears of Buffering from kidney  rt-.eeaBe, I believa I owe my life to Gin Pills.  Before I began usmij Glii "Ills ���������7 bs.ct aob-  ed'ao much that I could not put on my shoes,  but after taking three boxes of Gin* Fills  these trouble are all gone. It is a pleasure  ior me to add one mere testimonial to the  grand reputation of 'Gin Pills.'  "Mrs. M.   Nixon."  60c a box, 6 for $2.50. at all dealers.   Sample  frae if you write National Drug & Chemloal  Co.,  (Dept. H.  1*,)  Toronto,  Ont. j  ��������� ������ ������  -  .. ���������  It   Doesn't  Pay.  It doesn't pay to be a grouch,  It doesn't pay to wear a frown,  Nobody ever made his pile  By knocking everyone in town,  There are some better reasons why  A man Bhould smile upon his way,  But here is one, financially ,  A gloomy visage doesn't pay..  There's money in a elieerful smile,  A fortune in a cheerful word,  And money often readies souls  That finer things will,leave unstirred.  And so I put it up to you,  Don't mope and whine     along   your  way,  If it is money you desire,  A gloomy visage doesn't pay.  'Twere   better   that   you      smile.     because  You wish to cheer your fellowntran,  And Bpcnk tho cheerful word, to help  A weaker brother, if yon can.  But if those reasons don't appeal  To you, I write it down to-day,  There's n^onoy in a happy face,  A gloomy viBago docBn't pav.  .���������������������-  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAYy  Tako fcAXATIVB BJlOMO, Quinine Tablets'  DrugBl������t8 refund money \t It ,talls_ to euro; B,  W. OROVB'S sJghijLturo is on each box.  28c.  That is the Law or Progress for the  Men  Who Work' on  Locomotives.  "Among every-100 men who'become  firemen, only' 17 are ever made engineers," says Warren S. Stone, chief of  the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, one > of the mog-ej^powerful labor  organizations in"'.the;world. ���������'"Ouf'-of  every 100 engineers"*only six ever get  pascnger*runs. The next time you see a  white-hatred man on the cab of a. big  passenger locomotive, don't wonder at  all at his white heir, *but"niake up your  mind "that he has the goods or he  wouldn't be there. ,Jt is a case cf the  selection,and the survival of the-fittest.  It takes nerve 5to run the fast trains  these days, for, you sit at your throtitlc.  tearing across the country at the rate  of'more than a mile a minute, and if any  one'of the dozen people, down to a" man  who spiked the rails, has made a mistake you ride to certain death." "  The    day  when   an  engineer      could  drive his train ahead at full speed, at  his  own discretion,   and  make up .as  much lost time as the recklessness    of  his daring permitted has^'paBsed   with  the romantic age of railroading.      Ho  longer does he gamble thus with death  to win back^ minutes.        A* cool-nerved  human machine sits in an office miles  away  and tells  him exactly  how fast  he may go. - Mute signals stretch out  their arms to him by day and glow red-  eyed nt.night along the track and halt  him if he rides too fast or if thero is  danger ahead.      At intervals    of from  1,000 feet to five miles thero is a tower  with a/man in it who notes tho minute'  and   second   of, his  passing nnd    telo-  graphs it forward and backward   over  the  line.      Nowadays  the  engineer   is  rarely out of touch with possible    or*  dors for more than a few minutes at a  time.    In place of the daring and* the  old  speed madness that used to characterize   tho   making up   of  time,   tlio.  man who   lasts    tho   longest now, in  tlm  cab is the  ono who possesses the*  calculating skill developed by long ex*  perienco.    Ho  accomplishes much moro  filmply by taking   ndvnntage Vof yoyciry,  trifle in winning baclet his ''timo 'sVqdoin^  by  Bceond.*-r-Thaddou8 a.-;Dnytohi-iVAyin  Harpor'nf Weekly,   y ' ;7'-y  _ ���������������'������������'   ��������������������������� V.AA'y ,  The   Point  of  View.  "William had just returned from col-  It ge, resplendent in peg-top trousers,  silk hosiery, a fancy waistcoat and a  necktie that spoke fov itself. He entered  tlie library where,the father was rending. Tiie old gentleman looked' up and  surveyed his 3011. The longer he looked,  the, moro disgusted-he became.  "Son," he finally blurted out, "you  look like a d���������fool!"  Later, the old major who lived next  door came- in and greeted the boy heartily. < ''William," he said, with undisguised admiration, "you look exactly like  your father did 20 years ago wheyi he  came back from school!"       .' '  "Yes," replied William with a smile,  '"so failicr was ju*t telling me."���������Everybody's* Magazine.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 pAYS  PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to euro any  cace of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Protruding  Piles in 6 to 14 daya or money refunded.   60c   ������ ������������  A Peeress's Busy Day.  Never perhaps since the Hastings trial  have happenings at Westminster attracted the peeresses as did the debates on  tho finance bill. The trial of Hastings  of course was a society function. An  attendance at the hall was quite in the  day's work of the lady of fashion. The  Duchess of Gordon's round of duties on  a- day of 1791 gives the iiiuswaiiom  For the duehess "went to Handel's music  in the Abbey; then she clambered over  the benches and went 1>o Hastings' trial  in the hall; after dinner to the play,  .then to Lady Lucas' assembly, after  .that to "Beaelagh, and returned to Miss  Hobart's faro table, gave a ball herself  in the evening of that morning, into  which she must have got a good way,  and set out for Scotland the next day."  The scurry, and rush of society folk is  not so modern.a failing after all.���������Westminster Gazette.  ���������a * ���������������- .���������.���������  Very    Proud.,     '  Fredoiick Town-send Martin, a't r. dW-  mr in New Yoik, -.��������� '��������������� il'.^JpO' oi"tha i.u-  c-oblrai piidu of un o!A Knickerbocker  family:  "But the Scotch have t'.vj greatest ancestral piidc. aiueJi-niihl, tii<* Lord ot  tho Isles, was invited to ,m piiterlrt.-i-  nienfc given by the Duk<* "of Bucebngli  but, coming lute, he took a seat iii-.u  the door.  ' Tho   Duke   cilicd   to   'Mac-Donald   Ut ���������  cr.mo nnd nit bezels h"n������ at the h?ad oi  the tabli*.   The Lo*d ot' Llic Isleo frowned  and answered in his pride.  ." 'Wherever  MacDonaltl  sit*, thi'ro i������ ,  the   head  of   the   tabic*.'"���������Wnshinsrlon  Star. "      '  " BETTER THAN SPANKING'.  Spanking dons not cure children voi"  bed-wetting. There is a constitutional  cause for this trouble. Mrs. M. Summers, Box W. 8, Windsor, Ont., wili send  free to any mother her successful homo  treatment, with full instrutions. Send  uo money, but w^ite hereto-day if your  children troublo you in this way. Don't  blame the child, the chanceg"are it can't  help it. This treatment also cures adults  and aged people troubled with urine difficulties by day or night.  The Editor Gets Mad.  If the freiglit-handiers ^of thai streak  of rust, the Illinois -Central ''Kailroad,  landed where we wished them last week  they' would need plenty of ice water,  palm leaf fans and absestos foot protectors. Besides, they are in none of  the best company, either. We got thi  Argus ready for printing at noon on last  Thursday, but could not move a wheel  because that abortion of a railroad, this  division of the Illinois Central, had failed to bring our paper. An ox team in  the hands of Leo Brown could have done  better than the railroad.���������Muhlenberg  (Ky.) Argus.  Dr. Matters Female Fills  SEVENTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD  Prescribed and recommended for women's ailments, a scientifically prepared remedy of proven worth, i ns  result from their use is quick and permanent.   For salo at all drug stores.*  Dr. IVic  Ir-iefliari Root F������5B!sj  Owe their singular effectiveness in  curing "Rheumatism, Lumbago and  Sciatica io their power,of stimulating and ..strengthening the .kidneys.  Tliey enable these organs to thoroughly filter from the blood the uric  acid (the product of waste matter)  which gets into the joints and muscles and causes; these painful -  diseaseu. Over half a centurv o't  constant use has proved conclusively  that "Dr. Mbse's Indian Root Pill*  strengthen weak kidneys and _ -"  Gu-rO)   ������^sr������������s>������ji������=ifxsa''fc5srT*a   , ���������������������������   EMBARRASSING,  (life.)  "You must "have struck' it rich, old  man.~ I see you in this taxicab every  day." *     -  "It isn't tbat. You see, one night I  told theh chauffeur to drive me around  until I told him to stop. I fell asleep,  and when I 'awoke X did notihave-enough  money to 'pay his* bill. So I've got to  keep on riding in it till I die."  A Clergyman in;Racing. '  It is seldom that a clergyman     has *  official conection with horseracing, but  Dr. Noyce, who ha3-just written an account of his chaplaincy in Paris, wast  for many years the only Englishman on  the board under the Societe~des Steeplechases de'France for adjudicating upon any q'acstion that might arise   connected "with the riders, many of whom  are English. Until the date of his departure  from i*aris he  regularly  received  tickets  for the     reserved    enclosure.���������*  Front the Queen. - * 7"   .  -     "' ',  j     , ��������� " ���������*������������������������ , '"'-'"��������� ��������� .w  World's   Largest   Room.  The largest room in* the ^ world .is said  to" bei in St." Petersburg. It is uider one-  roof, ^ unbroken by'pillars, and it is 62&  feet long by 150 feet in breadth. It ia  used in the day for military displays,  and a whole, battalion can manoeuvre  in it. Twenty thousand wax tapers give  it a beautiful appearance at night. The-  roof is a single arch constructed of iron-  . ���������������������   ' ���������    '  SAVED BY A TECHNICALITY.  (Smart Set.)  .    Maybclle���������But it has been said ��������� that  you are a gambler.  ^  Harold-���������-That's  sometimes win.  a mistake.   Gamblers-  / i   -���������������  /, Force'' of ���������Hoblt!,-A yyy  "I understand that, all-Htar cast was  rather languid." yA i y  "Ycu, thoy played poorly for storBi  Even tho llfo they put into the'mQb;  scene was accidental, nnil on inn about  merely through each of them trying to  grhb. thn contro of tho stago."������������������Phlladclr,  phla Buloltin..v 'VyVyy  ��������� ,;��������� ������ i'i������h������,������i"'-"'-1*'"-  Qbb������ of Gloom.   ,'     yyyv;  To havo your sweetheart fnv away, j   yj  It. miikou cxlotoneo dark ami drniirj    ,  But worsd it la���������-alaolcatlay I ' (i*-;';  ���������Jfo have hor distant whon bHo'h noat.  y> ���������-Boston Transcript.  ,    ... , A. ' #*������- ���������"..* *  Per  ���������DESTEAf PER |  8urecare and positive preventive, no matter how howeaat any; a*������ a������  tefsctsd er "espo������!d.,������  Liquid, ������lvcn on tho tongue: acta on thfc- Blocrf,������w  Pink Ey������������������p!������������iic������ yK~l ft  Shipping Fever -1  -  CBlarrlml Wover t     ,%  BE  WARNED.  bottle; $6and **4 a dos������n.  Cut thta out.  Keen It. Bhgtrtoy^.^Mfat.  who wUl atet lt?or you.   Free Booklet,'"Dlatemper, Cannes and Cures.'*  DI8TRIBUTOR8-rAtt.WHOLE8A|r>!i DBUQOiaTBA    SPOHN MEDICAL CO.Chcnlill tad BMletloloiUlai C0SBEH, JTO., U.S.A.   I . ii ���������        "������������������      n  .^i"  I  DECORATED TEA-BJST  b=-h^e:g:i  thb^  dr. cook'h rival;  (Ottawa Journal,)  Tim woo(Ion*loffgod mnn who telle ������  Lnlo of falling through a holo in tbe  ie������ nnd bolng forced to nwJrn half a  mile, ngainnt current, under the ico Ui!  lie outu* to the next tilr-bole, ***mi *������  be making an effort to win that place  In Metory which Dr. Frederick Cook hsj  murker! for his own.  THIS HANDSOME T6XPANM0N OOU).  PI*A.TIlin nnACWMBT, ono ot tho Uteit Nov-  eltloii in Ilraoiloto; will <lt *ny wrlut, WID  OlVlfl FftBIB for iolllnn; only ������ boxw, at J������5o,  a Ux, o" Olt.* UATUIliN'B PAMOUB V10O1D-  TAI1L1D PILLS, the ,M������ato������t UWHody known  for W-iak and impuro Dlood, lndlRnitfon, Oon-  ���������ttpatlon, lUiournntlom, Catnrrb and (or ell  Llvtr  and Kldnn/ Trouiiloi.  JIwil WO M0H13Y--WH TnitBT YOU.  Only lend your n*mo and nddroiw and we  will und you 8 boxo* of IM*'* tnd ������ icmoy  1>tn������ to ������i������������ ewey with Ike r))!������. sell th*  pills SBo. a box, and whon Ml ato ������(*ld ntnd  us the pToetede of your ������i*,ia������ ((3,00) end; we  will a������nd you ������t once, by mall po������tp������!d, thie  *u������ndiomi flreoeltt. which will ��������� pUnte you  *.���������;  fill TPisr frU������<'������,    Wir\!������ tn.d������V.  Addro.i  THM  nil.  MATUKIN   AUuUiviUVS  co., csrt. ������w. TonnNTo, omt.  ���������I ���������������������������������������������������.-  .  The favoyltft eong of,thn* buslneee  Man le "In the Swoot Uuy and Boy.''*  Fourteen   Error*  of   Llfo  All   Should  .''Avoid,."     yy Ay ������������������;.-���������; :������������������-_ ��������� _j,.y  v   The 14 mistaken of ,'lifo, Jttdgb���������>"': Reri-i  toul woently   told , ,-.-, the , IJftrtholonxfi^r,  '.Olub, of London, Vox1������; '���������y!V.',y';V''v'"''V  To'oxpocfc to sot up onr 'own standard of right and A wrong and expoob  everybody to conf Item to it.        (    , V  To try to' moasuro tho onjoyjnenty of  othors by'onr .own���������'     .-.-������~-r-,y, ���������.--:���������- ..y>'X::,X  .' ,To expect uniformity ; of Voplnlon   in  'thia"wbrld.   '���������''':' " ���������.-������������������'��������� ���������:.-.-'.;.:��������� :yy..-yy.: A,  * To  look  for  judgmont ^oiid , ,esper(l-  V'ehcoy in , youth. AV        -a'y-'X ���������'���������;,;���������".,-.-. :.-''.'  , .To ondcnvbi' to mold tlio dlRpoRltlonB  :of everybody .-nllleo, ; ',"'������������������''��������� -yy"Vyy-y-" '��������� -,,'  y Not to yield, to unimportant  .triflco,  To look for perfections in "��������� onr "own  octlonfl. '���������..-' '.'v     -���������'.���������'. -.������������������'::y-'.' ;���������;������������������.  f,  To. worry ournolvoB and   others about  ���������what can not bo romouMod.  "���������'.' Sfotl to alleviate if   wo can all   that  needs allovJiiUon.  Not.to matco       allowances     for. tho  wciikmi������60s of others.        *  '.'������������������ ''To*; ionulclor  y anything      imposulblo  elniply  Ixx-auno  wo  onnielvoe    happen  tb bb unable to perform It.  To believe only Wlinfc oup. finite or-  tal minds, can grnnp.  To live as If the moment, the, time,  the day were so Important thnt it  would live forever,  To cntlmttto propV by ������w������* outoiilo  quality, for It le that within which  ���������rtuklcee the mnn. .  TW1B INITIAL DIG.  <Roeton Trannoript.)     ,, ���������    wi  ,,UioikeirH������������'������ U������o. cxcnvaUpr l.*?^*!1 fer"  yciur nt'vr b������������i������������������ yH, Wl^ke?-1  Wlcke���������Yen,  I've Jiint dug up n thowi  idiul advance money for the contractor.  BOliUTELV **.������,������,  jtf V0U.WU1 soil only  l$3.oo worth ot hfufi  Fgraao collar hnttona,  "at ioo. per, card M  touttone'enyenoiii  BB���������r     cardli STUoBoybnt;!  ....   B|ipr ..tons, aroi-ven*',"fast'  Boilers. "Write t^ayindwe win ���������eool  you a paokarje j boUfhem'nnd reftm the 1  inotio*/ iuul win tble HANDBOMB MX-,;  Tl4B -WATOH^^ouLOjrn also^wTo'aV-  ftvclyTBABBT rRKB������ yoviwill help,.  nsoiilnriceourbnilness ,by. ROJOnponiy i  *,"/<.  '"If  )\\W\  inrn;eour bnslnpiia by, Rotonponiy j������d  o othor iments end wrtlioufhavfnB.w soft ML  "' \ ,'". ,.'V7A.y).;i^-yycOBAtTV������^LtrPB;N CO ii Button Do*pt 19^ Toronto, Onti  vatwmmm      "7TT  Should ovoid danger of Impurities In delivery::frir>m;'.t*r������������^o^*;;.'t0  ':the^li(ime';   Instst - on your baker...'wrappingV:h!^  Sddy's ^REA:i>l^ii^i|iii$  xXX-  -������������������ 'I-' ','     .    ���������X.-.-.AXYyYyyA!'XXXAXxA'AXAXH'-AAYy'r''XXyY  ' I    We are the original manufacturejreef breed wrapper*   now  used  by  leading bnkere  o! 9t*awa^'; Mbrttr������eU  ^itl^"'   - -    ���������-;'. "������������������'''',-" V':: ��������� -\! ���������-' ;������������������>; j^;,. ^.> i - ���������"- "^fr//-;/ :":"-"-;-7 '*���������:" v-v:- C-;; ;"��������� ^-^'"v'^iv .^ft' *"--���������- *- ���������������������������"" - "���������:'; - ��������� - - "i --  lie E. 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And iwefca������a^'pwiire;'an*l"ew������������^i    *  . . .     .f.,.H....,-lilwl,t  elwiee: ���������������������������:���������:���������  ^,  M klKnffi thSS;iaS;ffl^7t ...at  ;y.������<|'l< that nf the Vvanoli rifle by fiOO     A lUtla reifand pt*e������.'������  ���������iiic ���������������������������on,* and the Aualrlel flfle hyl.100     The anmtaie crew aar  |li^^0jeigai;|t|e|y|^^itp^ur^^  ^h^fcas^r^retifu^  -*^%"Tr^Vy^'^:TiyAcy'-+li,^-f.'.r/.'*.^  //|one^i^u.^thaib;i*,a^  .fwlrfti Alii'd^ beeii7 Aais'**tj[ipdriJitWn:Ki^^W^-7 iii(4-^  Vi'������'|fe;j,inav.k'*V"*.htf  ;'^a:h>:������fo^  |;.w-rtlye*:itp������i������e;:w'mtieti;^te^  !^������,^������Vy#<l !7:dWhw*i%.''iw������'^  nu a  '.*i������������-K+Ka*'-''ii.15! .:^''T--y'.:T~S^'--wr^������������uia;.:'noiK  ������9?������?������^.--i*:W^������;jJSS;   ���������.... ,.,.~.;*l^ef||Ji^ti^v.  been  foi^oed, to   send   peiaona, afflicted  erith pulmonary diaeaaee awa*f from the  ��������� the;' 'itTOoe^wKf*V*jri^  WtiMSW^W^M"*list* OiJaiS^J^a*;},*  a ���������       .    ' ���������''t,i,t'.   ,}:"A.i   A'i '���������'(,.. i   -, ���������-  ���������,"-..   ���������-..'". *v [..'    .'������������������.-���������,' ;,-'i'iV*i i1**,'.-!!-. * Y^< ���������is".-!;'.'}'> -  '[ iJV- ;.A';l'v^i^'v,*/1y.<.;^V*.f *., A'^A/'^iVw-^^^^'vii:'  Note , Mfthed, of, Wertien Who AKieepe  ���������'IV4';.-rL*''v'-Ji''-,-.ir:^Wtr'.'i8erva  ���������i y:Slie.-ttoeeif*t;n*g.y'���������-.Ax������������������,,- ,yr,A,y^;:iAyy;  ;.[V^^etej������;'g^e^i*ti^^^oin^  .. .,_,.��������� '^d^'to^b* rettll*eH!',;7'>W^  ^^n^'^a-n^ri'H-^-V^v^^^  I paonlei'*Vfoi'.'v^.fclioir,',.. .��������� go .,J*m������{aVynft^ri^'.n''  N<m$f$]l"w"iideiuii,iinarrellou^ jajlapMbilr;  | i ��������� lilHeWthlakejv: lili*t? v ;poHJio������lli)n'������rt*. rfn,  il|������( ;iIrilted^fcii*.tiM������ ^ too liiiififtvtiJidiii'itW^  v.-r'-;��������� :������������������'.'', ;f.-v;;:;..:v:A,";:...    ;��������� ^^v^f.vMie'V'ilnllMhtv^ftiiei-^  of; the iuor������i Uiisiired ciflese.M do nut 1 ake  I   tv.4i-'y'a**l*A , %*������W  ���������Viii*^ #lw**liJt*yaaneil������t������t*', .-kft. eiJ-ntaeti.  ***������ a rllnher ojf rtti^ ,,Wi[iltotjri(ire' CJIuh,"  ,���������!>,���������*$';,; W^  ������������������'��������� 7l-",; K;':i ';���������-;>������������������ *>.;>'4r������'er'.'������f"^i,:.-/'..; !;v''/,A'.'.>  ^ -   -,���������.,. i���������..-���������.��������� ��������� ���������--���������"~o--x'*,'M,'������..'''ryT,;'v7,.'y''.'.;T;:;y-v  ^:4- ������^������ fi >*j^SFi;> *^'Jir ?*l/5*^.;: ^, w^if������a,f:,- e>Ta^v;.^t^icjfeaJ;; *^>  tuem.i'-M:'y.yy.;y:YYyyyy;\::^-'Y-y.- ��������� ������������������ PfyYAAYYAA  ; y ��������� Shpykhiiwl y M������r^owh,^hiiii,4 ���������^Ad^^loee^  ���������;  SheMneter. loaiee hei* 'temper or;^Vpe>>.  ;' ,;She,'aj*jpc*^ta^  Jiomeiy.-.;jj������utby>..4p������ayBp^ ,,glTe. inippflaibl^  poiraii^''CWlAA'^���������aA .'.;'��������� *���������������#%$ffii*l$i  ' \; ,^e:;itk'*������pe'-th'e-, children withibl houpde  andAdQee VpV;J?������r>nAfc������t,,*ll!l to;im^''*ni.  -.'���������^''Slie ;':mali'e*i-;;hep^maU  fin are *������ fttrraoHve ;a������; ahe; can male  them. ;������-������y i^iyy. ������y... ������^,,.j'������ ������������**-.!.". ������...i>y(,-,i..i,.!i ,.t f..������. v*  jalmost*  Iwerpy..^....  ibiearboritsi:  IliayeVAcbii  lyings Ye aeon  |an;r;;'ftCutai;4lIiW8a^;;lfliii^.V^  l^tiaiViakii   Arvmrt   in   w-aai '4Kk   >ital!   *������v,Vr������������.'.:'lA,,.-'-V':>';*i1.'o,''1.'-.1.  i  HWMtvf  . w^wv i .^t+w + mp ,<   ^  l^ree-yptt bfjpjVa.,j4^(f' -, ������,u..;;,v.j^^.v���������./���������'���������.���������,{  "r Slia.doee^not   refuae 4 iiermieelon to  ;j and S:i������ r>,-wiiling * tp; .;.|fly^, ������������<���������-f e^ LdayjjkV7, of |j  laffal'teppf :iher.;-j meldai ilbut ^VAVX.fatWi  ���������   _..     .,    ...^...waw.Mvitip,   H|n������������,v v������M  .Aft VVJJV  treatment ie vncoded. ��������� i.iTh������w>piupr>t.;������,.;!:  * should be plaood in Vn.-lioricontal'.pbnU''^XX<'Ay  l.ti<j������' in' ,'ordcr - to eauali-ji������; ftto������-iitifWW^^WAS"  :;ti<������TOlyvi'fWan.'iM  l^ntj^ljny^.:.^^  Afacofnhd.itihal'.U^  - ���������**dnpod,yfy������/WA.,ttid''T^ion 'of .tho ;h^W|^/A!;!'AV"A.^-.'*.'  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Jinvft' '���������Qtiin.-.io.'-fMti'jtioli ,'tU������i������������������ *'  u**;a hurd \r{*i(,or Is promlficd,  t>e(iitnlloWd'ftMelihi xlfnmnd.  . -"There-. le* noy-apdh  thing m'  i^aWier/^aaWA^iiatfo^Wlllle.   lie   nut go <|iiHo,ne    fHraiif aMllatln^iiiih^d  *?!?TBlnJnft.:i������L^.Sw5.BI than QMO exporluitnte were tmadn with.  thftvinlfW t������i������ reeiilt*whieli Mr.-Kdl-  wmtUi   fW*Vare foiUihate.' air, tp have.  end  moro  ���������J <*y>\b ������>  * i������l *' ,    ^v.m^,,*.!^-,).^   ^������. V. Buatiir, ia w->������briJ������f������ Hi, NlohaUjr.   atib of rabbit  eitf weether'at Ml."-**Lo������don I'niiel-u ���������'���������'  .#������������. ������i������^.������ " ���������,������     ������������������/ .  ;::.:.;.,   . -'-i :- r <(> ���������   i  - ��������� ������������������ - -.,'":���������-.  oo������ wanked, yy*..--y* -,Vy.:i* V-������j-4- .,  ;Wev.  H.. V.StewertV Wim  lina ���������pent' Ij^We.^'*!!??1,;^ ?f  ������������������gl.t jtfttrap.1 theJ.prthe.heoi.,t of-Lli-r &,tt,ttiie*JHif2'-SlJ^S^v^^^SrSii1"-  I fcSi!-^^ >  ^^^'f{3^^^;',n"thla  throw* la. ,    world J# ydt(r* wey UirbUgk Ufe. , "OW'jltte^e^^eyftltwd ^������^rV;y y:yy.mj|e������,  .um ii������ri. ni    uvv m������iu ix>    uoip    in    an  ,.!e'ine^bcJr;:t''..^|ll->''.;-v-*!1^'vK;'' tt/l-i:..ii,'������>vi''j*>'l'  li , jAliov^eH,.,ehe,v.,knowe,,,the,value M  !.jndlclb-iiif prelW :,v������nd'' Un'dl? h *M<m  ' Bcement.^hlcagp^'Trlb'nnei'A ������������������yi'AV," i'-.:!j  ;���������. ���������^.'-*���������..*.';���������'������������������".��������� ,.O.'y.iJfttt'v.*.rnvv ; ; ��������� '  Inherited   Qenlua.  i.MypM'twere.bw,r!������V l^-JHMjJT0?1.? yiou  !>';*KV������.*'TfInli^rU my������t*nden������*r-to write  PO^W .ffom.^ry W������I\^������������*L jfr-^^iTf  who, wee a renwly rhymoater, ITa w1**  iii^cV eMellbd' frd^***'iMobV Mr wrltlt������������ *t  -���������*!'!���������'Jjij-'i v-.-r^ y., . ,,.y,Miy7iw,*������:.!y'o-'������./|ft..y,.-,,���������  ,, ���������^iiefii'Mnt'e wai a "frtVe^led ^bUppI 'teeoh*  |. -.twc-uei*;;.'"!1,'.'*/<,.;!?.������;/fji,i'>.1^'.,.".',.Vj'.'' ���������.'��������� ���������-'' tuj  Whoee f none i wee < HV, nrpmin.������n<*; if <% t" i;#j  ' i(*������lm fv>r-.wi-ajW-aen.,.,,,' ;i(fc,',-.,���������;���������'.:  Tliua tiie writer of a note in the Field   A ��������� A',.  ���������awp bee paHaee^froim one to, ih������y,otherA \!   ,   ;���������;  WoV^Tt^WfltM>'V>f''tM#  tl������0UBh.Ml'rty,f^,5ve/,'vlalMwr,������^  c ea of,uimllar ������p|������rr   HJa pvobahfeUiirit    V   *y''  litW, ffirwrtniipiBta1 'itlvreV'tV ,IfJ(v*t������rli",iri;-v   -'  ���������hie fuehiortpatf ithe> keeping quulH'w -of ��������� s   .'ti *"  the neetni' might, be interfered' with If        ,  the * llmd������^frpm!:x4r^ereh^i^ep^  ���������*i-t w.ti^ ���������' k, v; OHt������wr-W������II'riiai^  ��������� AAtitlila ntomenii^lilnn, poMeMea*iMDJi!���������'.%'"A'������������  ���������ailloa ��������� of railwaya, ������.������ which ^nlv,;'!^^^^'';'.!;'^  ���������are'mftnrtB*A;byVtlie',dlilnei^-?vTia^m  ageweiit of ���������'tb* irepwlnlnu..4;i70inr������M������)iiJ<i'r >(Jitym  'folWi*������������" m$hln% '^aM^M!'0^;Ay:'AA  .������eJg1������i^;'IMl4-:'ittJl#^A-Jf*n^ila-,J^  ..... 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SCHOFIELD  Fire, I*ife and Accident laear-anee  mm  nmiB tiwi  om mill  uun ruuLini iuluim  (By J. B. Cote) -  HEAL E9TATS, Eto.  TRAIL  B.t/.  |i!'.':. .-.���������."(  $yA,  ��������� ,,'*'���������!'   '   '  ii-'i'*./:���������'���������������������������:���������  lE;v-  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B O. Xl&HD Survbtor ahd Architect  ')$-���������;��������������������������� -  'ife-  fl';".",.  'tVii-VA  -���������v-vy  V'^'7'1 i  i';y'7'  i^yv.  ivf-v.A  v'iV1.'.  Plans and Specifications  CRESTON -  B.C.  J.  D. ANDERSON  BniSISH    OCZ.UHSZA.   XiAND    SBSYSYOS  TRAIL  B.C.  OKELL, YOU1STG & CO,  CRESTON ~~      -  GUY  LOWENBERG  COHSUI.TIKG  Shgihsbr  CRESTON  With a Local Flavor  >*x***������������>>i������������������������������*������f6*})*������<i������������eoi������������������������������  And the earth was made without form,  and void; that was a long time hence,  so long ago that ancient grisly peaks  that grace the august ranges of onr mountains seem like little children nestled in  the lap of mother nature.   As tbo finishing touch to the grest cr alive era came  omnipotent edict/'Let the water-* bring  forth abundantly the moving creature  that hath life, and fowl that may fly  above the earth in the open firmament  of heaven."   That -was the beginning,  whether of the ovum or the adult.   Tbe  laws of nature ore fixed.    The plan of  the universe is change, but by progressive gradations, always.   Great changes  have taken place in olimatio conditions,  in fauna and in flora.     Slowly,  very  slowly, then these same creative forces  are working today, and as surely as  f they have in tlte past when centuries  ���������e been ticked off uson the eternal  a  | chronometer as unremittingly  as the  B.C. [seconds oi a watch.  Believe you that the seed was created  in the earth ? Warmed by the sunlight,  bathed in the dew. the dormant gerss  was aroused by the electrical life current  and the tiny treo sprang into existence  to live, to thrive and to perpetuate its  kind.  Believe yon, that the forces of nature  aoted similarly on the egg-���������that the gen*  do warmth-of the earth with the moist  atmospfeeno'condi&Qnfijmay have aroused  the dormant genu just as like artificial  Itacuba&on arouses them today,  that  t  B.C.  i  We have a First-Class SFoh ^Printing Department  and your orders <wil! be in the hmd$ of experienced printers  etter Heads,  Envelopes,  Heads  unag.   ������cmS   jratunrad en ^h^E^^rlwarsa Btsaospasre with abundant insect is  from s abort visit to Nelson.  The Burton hotel is receiving a general overhauling, extensive imnsovments  ������re being made inside while the outside  is being repainted.  Don't forget the meeting nest Xuea  day evening in the Beview office for the  purpose of making final arrangement^  about the races on Victoria day.  v Charles Moore, P.It.S., C.E. has been  appointed by the Government to carry  on the survey and oompile such information as ia required for the proposed  subway construction and sewerage system.  W. Taylor, manager of the Burton}  hotel, and Geo. Hendren went to Cranbrook on Saturday to take in ths K. of  P. convention.  W. Jackson of the firm of Stocks and  Jackson, waa a passenger on Monday's  eastbound train for eastern points on a  business trip.  Walter Hall, the popular hotel man at  Eriokson, was among the many visitors j  to Oreston the fore part of this week.  Mrs. B. M. Beid leaves on Monday  for a five weeks visit at her bid  home in Trenton, Ont. Sho will be ace.  ompahied by Mrs. M. Beid, mother of B.  M. Reid, station agent.  Tho olearing of land around Oreston is  now being prosecuted with a vengeance  and aa a result of tho blasting "powder  heads" are the order of the day.  J. Darbyshire has purchased the pretty  residential property known as "Douglas  VilJa", containing somo IS acres of land  overlooking ths Kootenay Valley.  W. H. Kemp, formerly of Homiota,  Manitoba, who purchased the H, A  MltchoU property at Eriokson a short  timo ago, arrived oa Monday's west  bound train with his family, and will  move on to his newly acquired psfipesiy  at   onoe.  W. Talt and Artbm Frenob aro opon*  ing a pool room and tonsotial parlor in  the Burton Hotsl blook, faoiug on Fourth  street. Tho harbor shop is now doing  bostott*-* and in a week's tints the pool  room will be opened. Both ot these  yonng men are most popular oltlsons  and they will no doubt do their share of  business.  Geo.������. Jacks arrived from Manchester (Eng.) on Saturday last. Mr. Jacks  is at prssent staying wiih Mr. J. Atherton and will locate in Oreston. He will  ���������probably go into the frnit growing bus*  insa������ in the near future.  Joe. Carver, with a gang of mm hns  been doing yeoman ssrvloe on his newly  aoqntred ���������*t4t������perly in the Dow addition,  blasting out the etvnipi. Mr, Carver is  building a nest cottage on this -property  where he will -reside in fatare, ������s his  luumm bualnoa* has so increased ������flat*  ������������������������������������ ft* M* fet*������  life proved conductive, and the primeval  duck thrived and grew, to perpetuate  its kind ?   Alas, that we only knew.  In connection wiih. this iut6fS5ti������^  speotacnlar of the beginning, we bave  for study, tbe chick and the egg. Tne  beginning of the egg is the ovary.    In  the young chick, both, the right and left  are found, hut in the adult hen there Is  rarely but one and that tbe left. It has  the appearance of a cluster of yellow  capsules, each of which contains an  elongated miniature egg surrounded by  an 'titoramsan nretmn ������$   Mnm   sgoae*ij  ������ach egg is eiieiseSa iu ������ fibnaoss sack,  called the vitelline membrane. Pieced  ter a magnifying glass, a slightly discolored spot will be Been upon, the surface of the egg; and slight as it may  seem, this is the nucleus���������the dormant  life germ, not yet vitalized by tbe sperm.  Probably from one to several days be-  irrulgrQ  In fact, anything and everything in the way of High-  Grade Commercial Frinttmg at the  ���������  1  ���������^:^'.Ai;?zn\  \  i'B  FOB   SALE���������Two   developed   fruit  ranob.es at Creston, 10 aoras.and IS acres  respectively, with modern bouse and  outhouses; also about 100 acres'of bench  fore the capsule-like ovum is detached I land on Sub-Lot 4, Lot 8646, at Wynn-  from the cluster in the upper portion of | owMW*SfesSnfB>0. *** Dwrb7Bhire'  the oviduct and berorethe shell is  formed, the male sperm passes through  tbe vitelline membrane and unites with  the formative center, and fertilization  bits taken place. This io the beginning  of the cbiolc  y  At regular intervals an egg is ripened  so to speak, and set free from the cluster  and paaseB down tho fallopian tube.    If  no sperm has united with the formative  center, the egg will develop and be  shelled and laid .by the fowl, but will  not hatch; it wili be on infertile egg.  When a fertilized egg posses down the  oviduct the germ at onco begins cell  formation; and those minute cello constitute the basis of the tissues and organs from whioh aro^formed tho unite  that, taken aa a whole, mako ttp the  body of tho chick.   The shell of the egg  is formed just boforo tho ogg is laid and  consists of an organic basis infused with  calooreous crystal*], making up a porous  wall through whioh is exuded thb ear*  bon     dicraldo,     whioh   is    roplaood  by  oxygen   whioh   passes  in  from  the outaldo, thus beginning artificial  respiration.  Lining the shell wall is a  fibrous membrane oloiely attached to  tho Bhell except at the larger ond, whoro  it divides into two layers and forma tbo  air coll.   Immediately beneath the shell  membrano is the white of tho egg oon*  elating of a sticky -fluid of albumen, and  between tho albnmen andjtho yolk is  the vitelline membrane whioh separates  tho white from the yoke,  (To be continued)  **** eH-fee** *e ���������) e**'������**������t**,.*i3  FOB SALE���������A good bay horse, about  1500 lbs.���������Apply by letter to W. H. Reed,  Oreston, 3.0.  FOR SALE���������The famous Senator  Dunlop Strawberry Plants: priceBright  Apply- to Andrew Jdailor, Ctrcstoa, B.O.  ���������  STBAWB3CB*^;;PLA^^;-Ay:'.  I have propagated for sale, under favorable conditions, for the first, time, B.  M. Kellogg Co.'s 190ft strain of thoroughbred pedigree strawberry plants. Sena-  tve Dmnlops, $10.00 per thousand, f.o.b.,  Wynndel, B.C.  Can also supply from. ������5 to 100 plants  to each customer at 8o. per plant, post or  express prepaid, of the followingA varieties:      ��������� -      ,;:--y ���������..-;���������;-; ������������������;..:..'-.  Chit,' WurefUtd, Parson Wrsa/y,  Bmltr, Btdtrwood, Clark Seedling, Pride  of Mtchig*n> Thompson No* 2, L*<fy  Thompson, Steven's Lett Ch*mpton, C*r-  dln*l, Vitglnie, *nd Longfett&at.  I advlre experimenting with a few of  these planti in your garden.  O, J. WIGEN, Greaton, B.O.  TO POULTRY KEEPERB  Get tho beat laying strain into your  flobk���������itpaye. I-haven few pure bred  Boss Comb Black Minorca Oookrelo for  sale from $������ up, from the famous York  Bros', strain, Minorca speolallats, Na-  aaisae,���������B. O'B. FJta*t?#w������M, phone fli.  FOR SALE-~At a snap, a bualnons  proporty in Creston { idoally situated in  the heart of tho; bnalncsa eoctlon. It  opneiatsofa large store building, two  stdreya, and three town lots; onnbohad1  now for |1.660. In two years will be  worth double that amount. For further  particulars apply at the Reviow oflloo,  F, J. Rose, who was appointed a dol*  egate to attend the Provincial Fruit  Growers convention at Kamloops recent'  ly, returned home but Friday. Mr. Bono  lays that the convention accomplished a  great deal of good work, After the or*  ganitatlon ot the new tumo\Atlou the  matter of furnishing the various naaoci-  atlone with reports of the markets was  gone Into and decided upon; also the  matter of obtaining spraying inatorial  i mail Urns a* tS**a year's ehJpscsts,  ������.  sua ������ax*������aiu������ *s ���������as-s^ed ter hi* mrm������ 4 gctwiwl cecd ttee twa liad end ������!l w������re  siiid eter*growtng stook.  jeatUfled with their trip to lUniloope.  ^M&mximwm&mtA  iiiiil^HttMSi^i  RTON  WM. TAYLOR, *!������������**������?  ��������� /'  *illMi^  to*  . J. M. Barton arrived on Wednosday  from Oranbrook. Mr. Barton has boon  granted a well-earned holiday of three  months, whioh he will epend with his  family hero. Out of the express oor. bf  the train that brought Mr. Barton to  Creston thero was unloaded a vory tidy  pony, whioh will bo uaod by Mr. Bar*  ton's family; h handsamo carriage haying arrived somo little timo ago.  UA^i  Servlees^JMext Sunday.  Presbyterian Church  flervleea will be held in the Presbyterian Ohuroh on Sunday next.  Morn*  ing service, 11 a.m.;  Evening serviced  t.bo p.m. Sunday nehool at a.oo p.m.  T. G. McLion, Paator.  Methodist Church  Ser-loeuonSundfiynext: Morning at  lta,wi.| Sttttdsy Sohool, at 9,90 p.m.j  Evening Servioe, 7,80 p.m.  Adult Bible Olsss, ������,C0 to 4.80 p.m.  W J Btmntaroai*, paster  Chureh ef ISngland  Bit imi (Ksfflee In the NlcW SOHOOL-  HO08K:*--������������rd<>������s, Sunday April Uth  (4th Bandey after Easier) i  ��������� Matins  and   Sermon,  at   11   a.m.  Evsniong and Sermon, 7,80 p.m.t Bun-  4*w, S&ffiA&% Ttesr1* bwa*, ������t������ js.ta.  Aliee Sldiw������ sohoolhtwiae, a p.m.  'A;.    Pmu������0.1jUTWijr,Yloar.  f ��������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������#������������������������������������������������������������������������<>������������>��������� |.  Oct The  A Whole Year  l^or Ten. Cent?  Bend a dime or ten omUi todny ������Md  St  sett������na*ta'abeatnoultrv paper;.*.Viie *  TUl*nrA������M.,Tlie only wapor, tn tne  world odlUid by a man who l������ In eon-  stent toueit witu tlio work he talice  _ about, <i'i ���������.  X ��������������������������� You ittiow there t������ ���������money lit poultry i  Z bwt������icoeveryti"inttoiH*,H'*������i)b-|iio*r. *  +  InsliowwItlolHu tbo key to imooona. ,',*  Our-^tw will, tell y*>u bow ������ow oan  uetevsbM Imteltlnif cellveredto yonr  wdilreaii.KUUK, liowlo lialoli tlio ehlck*  ena and iiow  lirAOllcaUy alio  iii\Hllyj������ii������kui.i  bowl nit you now yon can  iiiiHiiy ijiMwui.'ionty.  Mend! ten eo������������l������ today ana, beeome *  reitaler enbaorlber nnd make money  .WheH.,wmmtt phwae numtlon the  n������vi������w and adrtreia yonr aubaeription  to��������� ���������.  _   -The'Farmers' Home Journal ���������  4.  ,     . ��������� OHA.T1UM, U*r., O'AWAUA,  ai* i*a*aaaii>'***j"i.-"tj"'j- -- -��������� Z  ���������f������������������������<)������l������#������������^f>0>###<  By nftbbina; oueoftlitii L6i!i  <5  39 Lot$ iii BibiBlt������, Scliofitld Avenue, in tbej  Townsite of Creatoii. Thete Lot* aire tlt������ x������0ii''  latiott iiase and can be \M-\n6^':^i$^'v^1$.  Terms���������$35 Caah and $10 per mfctttti, 1   itiierttt at the ttteof 6 per cent, per ���������nnujtt  ' . deferred ptynji^if. . Tliei������;',^^-?;,|i^^  and dry,, ��������� and'"in��������� aix - moitilMlivM^ It''''  $195,   Look into this proposition mt once  Call and inspect out^/fi^pW  in BbcksW'^  AYA ,  .���������.-������������������''���������'.'.������������������.���������������������������iftt/ij  List your property with 11*; , We can sell it  We������������ri. Jphn������on And ScitWOH  Wf  .*f..-������*^^^���������**e������'*���������''������^'*'���������**'**���������*'*W*,  '���������\(M  ':&?*  K-Ai^lx^^Sii^A^'i  'UuV*:i  m  Wjii'-i  y,..iii*iv*- A'Ayyt'  ���������HU


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