BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Creston Review May 6, 1910

Item Metadata


JSON: xcrestonrev-1.0172723.json
JSON-LD: xcrestonrev-1.0172723-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xcrestonrev-1.0172723-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xcrestonrev-1.0172723-rdf.json
Turtle: xcrestonrev-1.0172723-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xcrestonrev-1.0172723-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xcrestonrev-1.0172723-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

 The !  uiiy  Ts interested mor-> or Iops in tlio  qneutiou of groceries. The old  man kicks it tbo quality foils.  Mother wants best ntf lowest pi ices  Now atom* store everybody will  be satisfied."  We sell Freshest and  Best Groceries  And are a&king Low Prices.  Remember wo -want  your  trade  and hope to keep it when we get it  K    I  n      ur-u ���������   ��������� ar^  i mil  " "i������L  in  3.50  FISH5NQ SEASON IS OP'EN, and  our  Line  of Flies. .Reels. Lines and  Rods are complete, and warrant your inspection.  General  Merchant  EER  Creston,  B.C   DESCRIBES   CRESTON  ������������������GARDEN OF B.C."  AS  Phone No. 52  ��������� \���������1 1 >  ������T\^><3>  ���������fgy *!&"  Immigration Law Will 'Be  Strictly  Enforced  P. T. McCallum, immigration officer  at Grand Forks, has wrilleu to Stipendiary Magistrate Johnson, of Creston,  in regard to deporting, the man Arthur  Mutchinson, who was a few days ago  Beutenced by Magistrate Johnson to one  month's imprisonment in the Nelson  gaol, This* man said he came from the  United States and was weak-minded,  besides being utterly penniless.  Immigration Inspector McCallum intends to enforce   the  immigration law  strictly against this class of people   The  'necessary forms in tbis connecA , -. have  been forwarded to Warden Ja~-r-o,-ol- the  Kelson gaol, sndjwhen thesa bave -been  returned to tbe^mmigration inspector'**  Grand Forks it is expected tbat Muroh-  ineon tj-jill be deported when his short  f sentence of ongj-uonth ba.3vexpl1*eX"hr' **,  As Oreston isfouly^-eight"miles from.  tbe Idaho state line, tbe truly vagrant  class of Amoricans are constantly dropping in here.   -Hereafter %wheu any of  these people turn up,   the  Creston  authorities   will  communicate  wich  the  nearest    immigration   inspector,   and  it wonld' be  well also' for all   police  authorities iu the various towns to co-operate  with tbe energetic  immigration  officer at Grand Forks and try and rid  Eastern British Columbia of this' uude-  Birable class of oitizou.   Under tho new  immigration not all undesirable American citizens who have nob hnd  a residence in Canada for more  than three  years can be deported.  "Petition to Bsfpe Bridge Builtr  Over Kootenay River  ���������  The committee collcoting for the Vio  toria,Day oolebration is  mooting  with  good snocosg.   Nearly nil the citizens aro  showing a patriotic   spirit   nnd signing  tho subscription list. Tho committoo  oxpoots to visit Ei'iokson and other outside points iu 11 few days to givo tho  popple of thoso plnoos'uu opportunity of  ooqlritrntlng 60 tho races .on thoj 24th  inib. ���������     \ ��������� ��������� .   '  A petition is about to be circulated in  the district for signatures, asking the  Honorable Minister of Publio Work's to  take the necessary steps to have abridge  built across the Kootenay river at a  point opposite the Goat river bridge or  thereabouts, as well as a wagon road, to  start at Poterman's ranch, where a gov-  erment road is partly constructed, thence  south, touching on high land and con-  nenf.in,* toiI-Ii   t'-itt lnnd  S^ld   TlV    t\\Q    CityVm  ernmenb in 1908  It as a well-known fact that the ferry  syst^'-i af tLe crossing of the Kootenay  river is most inadequate, and the  rapid  settlement of tho lands across the Kootenay river is now 'considered to warrant  the bmldimr o$'am-id<*:e across that river  and the construction of the wagon road,  Ttris estMjajrf'3u^������lSb these are, oveV*-' ten  thousand acres of fruit lands across the  Kootenay river, access to  which  lands  can now only be had by a demoralized  ferry system or privato row boats.   The  district across the Kootenay river is also  badly in na=>d of a wagon ro:id as described .above, as at present auy parties  who purchased land from the Government m 1908 are unable to reach their  land by wagon road.     The building of  this bridge will aluo help to draw busi  ness from tbe famous Bayonuo mining  camp an woll ns the Summit creek district nnd will bo well-itivestod money by  the Govorumont.    Tho   fact   tlint two  residents of Creston only a few days ngo  .nearly lost their lives trying to cross on  the dolnpidated ferry proves conclusively  that Gomothing will have to be done iu  tho neai\futui*Q to improvo .present conditions at llto Kootenay rivor crossiug.  Wo fool satinflcd that J. II. Sohofiold,  M P P. timl Government Agont Toetzcl  will do all thoy can when this matter  bus boon bronght to thoir attention to  have ibis bridge built and tho wagon  rond constiuotod across  tho Kootenay  river to the Idaho state line. It muse be  admitted by all that the Government" is  is dealing most liberally with the Creston district in the matter of public-improvements and the good work tbat Mr.  Schofield has done is appreciated on all  sides, hue* the necessity for this road aud  bridge above referred to has now reached  an acute stage.  It  ts a  Dandy  A new western six-horse power grader  made in Aurora, Illinois, U.S.A., has  been purchased by the Provincial Government thioagh Jos. Carver, the local  harness maker, and Fred Watson, who"  had charge of setting the machine up,  says that it is a daudy.   It is made extra  heavy-and has met with great favor for  use m stony,* sfeainpy and rooty' ground.  Tne irons wheels are 84, inches, A while  the reurwbieels ap& 40 inohes'':in������diaW--  eter.    The  track '"of the machine from  center to center of the^whecls is 48 inch-,  es.   The rear axles maybe extended a'  total distnncB of 90  inches.     The sbip-  ping weight of this machine is 8^000 lbs.  This machine is for use in grading roads  in the Croston district.    Superintendent  of Roads G. M. Benney is to  be  con  gratulated for securing such an  ideal  road-making device, for, when this machine was tried for the first time last  Monday afternoon it worked admirably.  In securing this valuable  asset to  the  publio works department of the OroBton  district,  Mr.   Benuey  has  done   good  work.   Tnis maohine also reflects great  crodit on Joo Carver, the local ngont,  and is a good advertisement of the kind  of  machinery  that  can   be   procured  through his ngeucy.   This machina will  undoubtedly do good work in the Creston diatrict this summer,  Hon. Thomas Taylor, Minister of Public Works, James H. Schofield, M.P.P.,  W. F. Teetzel, Government Land Agent  and Jake Searson, Superintendent of  Bridges, aud Mr. Jos. 'Rodgers, of Calgary, arrived in town on -Wednesday  from the west. This was the first time  that the Hon. Thomas Taylor had ever  visited Creston, and on Wednesday afternoon the party drove out throagh the  country around Creston aad visited  Block 812 at Canyon City and other  places, and on Thursday morning they  visited the concentrator at the Alice  mine.  **. The Hon. Thomas Taylor, in paying  this visit to Creston, came solely for the  purpose of acquainting bimself with local conditions, and when ho saw the  large acreage at present set out in orch-  uvdshe was greatly surprised. The Minister of Public Works- is * in love with  Creston;"the blossom on the trees, the  weather aud the soil as well as the gener-  nl aspect of things convinced him that  ihe statements heretofore published recording the phenomenal adaptabiliiy of  Creston for frnit growing has not in the  least been exaggerated. The Minister of  Pablic Works and Mr, Schofield were in  v   r  Salnio on Tuesday looking into  a site  ior a new bridge to* connect  up  Sheep  Creek road as the   high  water  on   the  north fork of the Salmon river has greatly impaired the old bridge..   ,  V As a result'of this visit to Creston of  the Minister of Public Works it has been  ascertained  that the proposed route of  the trunk road through-this district will  follow the Dewdney trail* as  nearly  as  possible up Lost Creek and dow.a Sum-  mU Creek on. the-eastern*, slope, *th**ttc$  following  the contemplated road-from  the   mouth  of  Summit^ Creek to Corn  Creek and reclamation road* crossing the  Kootenay river on a steel bridge, which  advancement that hn5, been made in the  orchard lands about Creston.  Mr, Jos. Rodgers, of Calgary, who  accompanied the party, is an old friend  of Mr. Sohofield's and he is greatly impressed with Creston as a fruit district.  It is altogether likely that he will purchase lauds here and become one of the  early shippers. Mr. Rodgers is by no  means a novice at fruit growing as he  has followed it before in tne east. He  knows a good thing when he sees it,  and f~ays that Creston looks good to bim.  The Hon. Thomas Taylor, in speaking  of Creston, describes it as ''The Garden  of British Columbia." The Minister of  Public Works left on Thursday for Fernie and Cranbrook, while Government  Agent Teetzel returned to Nelson the  samejday, accompanied by Bridge Sup-  eriuteudant Searson, while Mr* Schofield remained over to Creston till Friday morning when he drove to Kitchener; accompanied by Road Superinten-  dant G. M. Benney, after which he will  return west on Saturday.  ^aces Sure on Victoria Day  Good progress is being made with the  collecting of the prize money for the proposed races on. May 2-i ("/ictcria Eay)  The programme of sports, which may be  altered or added to, is as follows:  25 yards for boys 7 and under, 1st 50c.  2nd 25c.; 25 yards, for girls 7 aud under,  is practically assured.  Another race attracting much interest  is the men's 50 yards dash. In tbis race  Geo. Nuian, B. M. Reid, B. C. Gibbs and  a dark horse with uncommon sprinting  abiliry will participate as well as others-  The ladies' walking race is likely to  prove very interesting, as many of tbe  young ladies are known to bo exception*  ally good walkers and for a lady to win*  this prize and the championship of the  Creston district as a walker is surely  worih competing for.  These races will be held, acoording to  present arrangement, on the Eriokson  road, between the post office and W. H.  Crawford's residence. r  s������. /"  1st 5Qc, Snd 25e.  t  ���������jfi*QQS������(*fS^^  reston Lumber  I ��������� ! -  cM&nufacMrmg Co,Ltd.  *������*gmiM������aanm^  ujjh.wuii.wikh���������i������������������i���������"ri'rTii���������,   ������������������ - ��������� ,   r nm-nrii--ii  ur  Coniplete     Stock   of  ROUGH   and    Aa  -.v;"PRB-SSEP' LUMBER   ���������'  'XtWOWOXBOB  ^Prompt edttention ; Satisfaction Guarantee?  ^?P.Q< BOX24  CRESTON, B,C.  Rov. F. J. Rutnorford returned on  Thursday ��������� from a Mothodist district  meeting of East Kooteuay. After tho  routine business was oonduotod, a- number of resolutions effebting tho moral  co&dlfcion iu::East Kobtbnay, w*oro drawn  up '-with a voiw of forwarding: them to  tlio annual bonforonbb' and from thoro  to tho general obuforonoe that will moot  this" year, in Victoria. All th e morabor b  of tho .'distriot meeting woro pvosont,  aud all folt,'.satisfied with tho work  aooomplishod at this oonforonoo  Frod. G. Littlo has boon appointed a  C. P. R. flrowardbia to tako offoot on  May 1st; aud iuolileutally, ho liiw a  slight increase of salary ovor last yonr,  Mr. Little haa, flllod tho oflloo of flro  wordon for tho past; six years aud has  boon iu tho oniploy of tho O. P..R. for  tho past thirty yoars. It is stated tbat  this appointment oamo just. In timo to  prevent a trip to Hong Kong which Iho  vofcoran railway man was contemplating.  As flro wavdon Mr. Littlo 14 trustworthy  and hia oppolntmont ia ii good ono.  Tbo SCO foot of rubber lluod two-inoh  liQ8o,;ibooutly jpiirotwsodby a number of  outorpviHliitf oltiKoitrt, wan tostod last  Saturday evening' and provml ������u(lHfa<v  t'ory;' It wan testo-1 from tho throo hy  ilrn'ntH���������two on Fourth street and ono on  'Sirdar avenuo. It throw a two-luoli  ������i roam ovor GO foot in height nud vMth  suftlciont forob to extinguish <i flro lt  caught iu its infftttoy,  will be' built about opposite Oreston,  tnence via Erickson to Kitchener and  Goatfell on road at present "under construction. '    , i  Regarding the subway n't CreStoii, nf-  the exnot location of this subway has  been finally decided on, it will be submitted to the railway committee, after  whioh, work will be started; already  the plans are completed.  Regarding sewerage matters at Cros  ton, after the citizous have finally decided what to do in^ tho matter, they  can go ahead. Mr. Schofiold says that  it can be iustallod on the local improvement plan, that is, to tax that property  only direotly efleoted or benefitted by  the soworogo".  Government Agont Tootzol, although  iw\ old-tinier iu this distriot and kuow-  ing conditions hero thoroughly,' VwnB  hiuiBOlf greatly surprised at  thb. groat  der 12, 1st 50c, 2nd 25o.; 25 yards, for  girls under 12.1st 50c , 2ud 25c.; 1 mile  inen.s (open) 1st $6, 2nd $4; men's 50  yards, lBt $3, 2nd $2; 1 mile, for boys 17  and under, 1st $3, 2nd ������2; % mile men's  1st $5, 2nd "52; 1 mile ladies'' walking  race, 1st $5, Snd ������3; young ladies' 50  yards race, 1st %5, 2nd, $2; 100 yards  men's race, 1st ������3; 2nd $2; boys' potato  race, 75 yards, 1st $8. 2nd $2; 50 yards  for men over 60, 1st $8, ond f>2.  Now there will be no entrance fee;  all the races* will be free-fov all. The  official starter, as well as the judges, of  these races, have not yei; "been .selected,  ow^..it-vM -   --,���������    j..i^- j- y- ���������si ->v- r' i,fi. tn  but will be mentioned m'-the "Review  before the eventful day. It may be stated that great interest is being taken in  some of these races and it might be  well for'all those who intoud to' run to  get down to systematic training. Also  it will be noticed that tbe T>rizes aro all  small, but those taking part in the raoes  should not run for the actual money  that is in it. Surely the sport is worth  something and besides this, eaoh race is  for the cash prize allowed for it and for  the championship of thu district.  SOME LOCAL RUNNERS  There are a few raceB that will be run  ou Victoria Day in which groat interest  is now being taken. The first ib the  men's mile raoe. In this rare F. Broderick, M. Tt. Beam and Clifford McLeod  have already agreed to compote. All of  theso young men have made good records  in the past as sprinters in mllo . races,  and tbe friends of,theso boys are willing  to baok thom to a standstill; aud eaoh  of theso tbrbeheivb promised that thoy  would run, so now there can bo no booking out and therbforo, an exciting contest  Old-Timer Visits Creston  Among the prominent visitors w> Ores-'  ton this week was Colonel W. S. Bray-   ,  ton, an old-timer in the Creston district,  as he was in the early days general land  agent for the C. P. R. and Great Northern railway. The Colonel was four years  in tbe service of the O. P. R. and eleven  years with the Great Northern; and du-  ing the period that he was land agent he  sold upwards of one hundred thousand  acres of land in the Koobenays.   Oolouel  BraytosL was    in   this distriot fiftses  years ago, and he now ownB over 400  acres of choice orchard land at Oreston.  For tho last few years be has been residing at Los Angeles, California, but  expects to shotrly move north, to th������  state of Oregon, where he has barge land  interests and where he willjlikely engage  in the cattle bnsiness.   Colonel Bray ton  knows the Kootenay distriot thoroughly  and predicts a great future for it.    The  Oreston district, however is his favorite,  owing to its favorable climate, its rich  soil, so admirably adapted to fruit-growing, and its very excellent market facilities.   The Colonel predicts that land  values in the Orestoa district will rapidly increase from now on and tbat at no  time in its history can land ba bought as  eheaT'1'0' 9S at the wagon'*-' "fcime.   Colonel  Bray ton is a large man^ith hujge ideas. ' '<  Sibco *lariviSj^' in OS^1^tf^?p<i^p^B'aWfl'A~,|  days ago'he has Bold the timber on his v  land, something over a million, feet,..to  O. O. Rodgers for a cash sum; but the *,  Oolouel declines to sell tne land at the ,  oresenb time as he considers tbat no-,  - <<  where can he invest the same amount of  money to a better advantage than-to let  it remain invested in the fruit lands at  Oreston. Colonel Brayton left on Tues- -  day for Nelson and will return to Ores-  ton again in a few days before ho leaves  for his home iri tho soutn.'  . The Burton hotel iB roceiving a now  coat of paint this wook, whioh certainly,  gives tbis largo hotol a very attractive  appearance.    S. A. Speera is also painting his biB store and tho painting- of  theBe   two   prominent   buildings , on*  Fourth stroot gives tho town a different  appearance.   It would bo woll if other  pooplo would   follow   tno example of  thbsb two proninonfc citizens and repaint  thblr promiBoa^  -y'��������� Moasrs. "Adlard andX  vyisler aro the artlBts painting tho Spoe������������  block. .-';' ���������"'-. X:Xa.  j.j  *f , .J  TM  ���������  -y, yz\^t  *��������� fl  \m  We have j ust received a shipment of Prints and Ginghams  in the  Newest Stripes and Checks.   These are English and Scotch  Goods and Warranted Fast in Color**.       ,  per  Other Mew Goods for Summer Wear include Lawns,  Cambrics,  Vesting, Galateas; etc, at Lowest Possible Prices  consistent^ with .the qualities.  *0% ���������������������%. jry 'mim >>������, ������**%������  cSion  |re|tfitile  one No. 40  V^0.  Ltd,  .���������v������-,  ..,'< .V.  yAi4  'v. ",-;���������,* ��������� : i  ,y...       / " - , "f. .���������   .*! ,'J -j.   j,.!'1  1 l$V'ili'lfa������fV:i.VU  ���������:>y  V/A'ifiyy  '������������������'.i ;-i  .'���������<.':,��������� y,  >-.,-.ii;-<  it.������;,Mi!^ii '^A,*..;.*,.;1'/. .'My'v/,"-.I.'  yyiy/v  ..jyy.yv"-   ���������  ;-'y.  * j" V aijjijiiw  '���������''A'hX''' ���������������������"���������'���������',^'^t,^/^':.''���������lln^^5tA*{'X^''*���������''���������,'-'���������'-������������������  ^r^>y'.t,.i-^<'r^-.vv\V/^.--'r*u^int'.i.ALi''...-.i/:  $&&&& vY^^S^^  ���������yy yy-'Ay-yy..  THE  tJ^E^ON.   B.C.   ft^VIEWf  With snowauil ice on every hand, the  thermometer registering t<m i;clo\y freezing point and the calendar-marking thc-  depth of winter, the sudden appoavuii.".'  of^suniiner hats, as exhibited by the lead-  in*' milliners   and  in  the   large -department shops, is a trifle overwhelming to  I be average  individual.    \Vh.*'.i   the custom first was established of this display  of summer  materials  immediately after  Christmas  there  was a  murmur   of  astonishment   and   unfavorable A criticism,  tut the SL-heme haa much;that Was,practical to recommend it, for to buy in advance of the season nnd have the simpler  frocks made up at a season when dressmakers   and   seamstresses   are   riot   so  rushed means   tlie   saving   of   time and  nervous energy.   Then the universal custom of going to a' semi-warm climate in  the mrafic of winter necessitated buying  thinner clothes  to wear. ABiit hats, unless to go South, and straw hats!       A  foolish  fad it   has  become,  this  display  of earlv spring millinery, and yet to see  the messengers from theyleading luil'in-  ������rv establishments laden down with the  huge hat boxe*  (each..house-yubvv Vboinj;  k::ov.*a at a glance-by its distinctive hat  box), forces the conviction that xashion-  ������bii*  women are already .buying, or, rather, have bought, largely of the latest  importations,   whether yor   not  a     trip  S'Jiith is contemplated.:   After all, it is  only four weeks to Easterly asidyhe new  bonnet ror Easter-Is acknowledged to be  obligatory.  Are these very advanced styles to be  the reigning ones for the summer?.is tlie  y.nxious question- ol the woman who  must perforce buy wisely and well. So  often are fashions tried on the public  and then dismissed as impossible and an  absolutely different fashion brought forward to become most exaggeratedly-  popular 2 The prices asked ior the lat-  ������������������51 and the firstystyles'of the season  are often  absolutely overwhelming. *������.nd*  When you see this Trade Mark on any Medicinal or Toilet Preparation you  purchase, it is an assurance to you that every ingredient entering into that  preparation is of the highest quality that money can procure. What is even  more important, it is an assurance tliat these ingredients have been compounded,  according to the best formulae known, by exf^rt chemists of long experience, in  the employ of one of the largest wholesale drug firms in the world, the National  Drug aud Chemical Company of Canada.  As you have' probably noticed, " NA-DRU-CO " is made up of the first  parts of the words"National Drug Company". It is pronounced "NA-DJSOO-KO",  with the accent on the second syllable.  What the Laws Say  For the protection of the public the  law of each Province in Canada states  that only thoroughly qualified men are  allowed to dispense prescriptions���������  these men being physicians or graduates  of recognized Colleges of   Pharmacy.  The logical conclusion is that as the  laws are made by the representatives of  tbe people, the people want protection,  and should welcome the opportunity  of being able to procure in any part of  Canada the NA-DRU-CO line of medicinal and toilet preparations, com-*  pounded by expert chemists from the  purest and best ingredients, and guaranteed by a firm of our standing;.  When you see the NA-DRU-CO  Trade Mark you have this opportunity  and the guarantee for which you are  looking.  Source of the NA-DRTJ-CO  Formulae  The National Drug and Chemical  Company of Canada, Limited, acquired tlie businesses and maintains  the honorable traditions of 21 of the  principal wholesale Drug Houses iu  Canada, from Halifax to Vancouver.  All of these firms had long and successful careers, some of them fifty to  one hundred years, and during their  existence   they   had   accumulated   a  expenses over One Million Dollars annually. We carry a stock distributed  among our Branches of about Two  Million Dollars, and in addition we own  real estate and buildings which arc  to-day worth about Five Hundred  Thousand Dollars, and other large  assets.  The Second Guarantee  of NA-DRU-CO quality is the NA-  DRU-CO Trade Mark itself.  We know that the quality of the first  NA-DRU-CO preparation you buy will  practically decide whether you become  a regular user of NA-DRU-CO articles  or not���������aad for that trial you may select any one cf the 125 preparations.  So we must make each NA-DRU-CO  article of the very highest quality or  risk the reputation and sales of the  whole line.  The Third Guarantee  of NA-DRU-CO quality is the fact that  NA-DRU-CO preparations are never,  at any time or in any place, sold at cut  prices.  NA-DRU-CO preparations aro so  much better than the preparations  whose prices are cut that discerning people prefer to pay full prices for the NA-  DRU-CO   goods.  The Fourth Guarantee  of NA-DRU-CO- quality is short and  comb* and pins there are alto, to help in  arrans ng the tresses these d.iys. Tlie  large-topped shell .pins are pai'tieu'.uily  useful. Sometimes ' they have squ-ire  top?, sometimes round one*. Tin* plain,  liirtio::.* tortoise shell is good Inokhia  but Milady may have additional depuration if she likes.  Delicate gold tracery or rhinestoncs,  bright and sparkling, are used to euricli  these pins, and they make attractive  evening dress accessories.  The turn-top pin is very new. It looks  like an ordinary ��������� hairpin with the top  ik-:i!. over. It will hold puff.' in pl.ica cr  kcon i>. braid in position.  With this new arrangement ti hnrn-tri*  i> unnpcpansry, but tln-rc are all sort* of  pn-tty little buckle-like arrain������eiiit-nt*i  wliich will keep refractory locks in order  and ornament the coiffure as wel).  LOVELINESS   IN   PETTICOATS  They are intended tor evening wear.  Soft crope de eh"iio ii tin* material  inert fov  making  tho   top  part.  This "m in white or various delicate  colors.  A deen ideated flounce of white net U  attached Juil below tho knee.  Th*-* l:i ilct'idiihiti and is held oa by  bending and ribbon.  A frill of Valenciennes lace finishes  \h'"* :*^t f'.ounce.  Bnt there Is a silk under-ruffle. a"d  thia. too, has a frillv Valenciennes ruffle  for finish.  splendid lot of formula which all be-     y&Y nrnch to the point.    If after try-  came the property of the *' National."     ^S spy article bearing the NA-DRU-  yet if a woman finds among tbe differ  **Tifc models one that suits her own espe-  *i\' style and. fo-Vviuty to perfection she  is perfectly willing- to pay the price demanded���������not disked, be it understood���������  realizing that she has discovered a treasure and with the acquisition thereof h^s  attained a peace of mind and y^ense of  contentment -that makes her theV������nvied  of all her friends. Often does the purchase of the hat determine the;-spring  c-osmnie in color niid styi^.a.nd,Vs:ter ail.  is not the hatythe most important t.art  of a woman's appcarauce? The w-jni-in  whose head is always perfectly dressed  attracts more admiration and attention  than the woman wh*o,: with the smartest  gowns, wears an Ugly, unbecoming hat  or has her hair unbecomingly or untidily  arranged.  Variety bf Styles.  Puck a bewildering variety of'styles a=  are exhibited ..in the latest millinery  makes the selection of the spring hats a  most difficult task; but there* is much  that is pleasant in making the eho ce,  and during these,Lenten days theie is  more time' to think of fashions. That  other styles will appear later, must not  be considered, for it is a well accepted  fact that in l>a;'.* tiie i-.irihioiis are constantly changing. A woman whose taste  in dress is well known wrote from Paris  Inst:summer that.'to'always have a hat  in the very latest style moant unceasing  effort, for after 'taring puMmsntl a lar������e,  low, broad brimmed shape as the very  latorit fashion the following week narrow  brimmed, high crowned hats, were pronounced the only hats fashionable. In  Artiericn the styles do not change with  quite the same depressing rapidity, but  thnt nny one special shape, color or style  will remain popular through even one  season'cannot be hoped for, nnd therefore it i������ wisest and best to choose a hat  Hint Iuiih gonio distinctive originality nnd  which is above everything becoming.  Tull������ and net bats aro extremely popular at  the  moment,  and  -will be in  fashion it may bo safely predicted, for  a long time. Both not and tullo aro bo  becoming',  and whether tho entire hat  ia mado of either or thoy aro used merely as trimming the effect is much   tho  earno.  For the  now toques or turbans'  ���������cither tullo or the finest figured    net  which constats  of tho  full     bows  and  is extremely smart and thoro aro   two  or thrco models tho only trimming   of  loops at tho side, while others are trim-  ifibd with many sprays     of aigrettes;  thcuo last aro extremel yospensive, and  tho Bom������ effect or a close imitation is  to bo noticed in tho stiff bowB of tulle.  Fancy straw braid ia combined with net  and tullo very satisfactorily, and     then  tho trimming is of cither aigrettes and  bows or merely of tho stiff, high bows  placed at just tho anglo to bo most becoming both to tho aide and the     full  face. These bats are mado in color to  match tbo different gowns or aro all in  black. In black they arc far the most  practical, for thoy can be worn with different gowns as well as with all block,  and  aro considered  smart  for tboatro  ���������a-cnr, but  thoro aro light colors used  thnt aro extremely charming.  Gold, Silver and det.  Just a   touch of jot,    gold or ailvor  ndorna some of theso tullo toques, but  this is a touch that has to bo most carefully dealt with, for if uot right it will / thoy nro  spoil the nm.nrteflt toquo. Many of    tho  new weaves of Htraw have an openwork  moflh that is effective      nnd soft, and  which combine** to best advantnga with  net or tulle iu the full soft brims that  nro to !*��������� jiMic-ed in nil tho umartent ������f  thn new models in black or colors. Thoro  are also close woven whlny wtrnw "brnidR  to bo seen,  but these am for n rather  later dato or for wenr nt tho Houlhem  roftorta. Tlio hand woven, or fino imitation   of  hand   woven,   braldit   hi   color,  black or white aro seen among tho very  latent hlmpoa, and tlm all whito hat ia  evidently <U*tined to lx; a grout favorite, FeatherN nnd birds' heads ornament  the  jnore>  oecAnfri**  ������hnp"������,  whi1* roek-  ndos  ond  row������tte������ rihlmn   on   just  tbo  winHi order of trimming      an ha*i be������n  fttuhlonablc in the* winter bats nro   dU-  plnyod with tho n<woat hat*.  Aa in every thing relating to dross  mt lii* j������f*������#fil Um������������, th* aharp**!* of  rontrasts prevails in tha now -models.  Tho low crowned -wid* brimmod aimplo  hat with wreath of ros*������ or band of  plslUxl tull* or marabout feathers can  aurely not bo recolvod with great on-  After giving these formula* careful stu.  CO Trade Mark you are not entirely  satisfied, return it to the druggist from  whom von bought it and he will baud  back your money.  Consult Your Physician  NA-DRU-CO medicinal preparations  are not intended to take the place of your  physician's prescriptions���������far from it.  When you are ill you need the physician's skilful diagnosis and treatment,  and it would be folly to depend on your  own diagnosis and auy household  remedy.   -  But in emergencies when you ess&ot  get the doctor quickly, and. in many  other cases, a reliable household remedy  is the finn behind the NA-DRU-CO     is a real blessing.  Trade Mark. To put tbe absolute reliability of HA-  dy and practical tests for several years  we have now brought out, based oa  them, the NA-DRU-CO line of about  125 medicinal and toilet preparations.  All the ingredients in these preparations  are the best and purest that money can  buy, and they are compounded by a  staff of expert chemists, each of whom  ranks high in his profession.  We have such implicit confidence in  NA-DRU-CO Preparations that we  offer them with  The First Guarantee  ���������CHANTECLER"   STYLES.  xne national xrug ana ������~nemicai  Company of pmntia, Limited, is one of  the largest wholesale drug firms in the  world, having a Paid-up Capital of  over Five Million Dollars. We bave  wholesale branches  it-,  the  principal  you can at all times satisfy yourself  tbat there is such- a firm. We are the  largest buyers of drugs and do the  greater part of the wholesale drug  business in Canada. We employ a staff  of about nine hundred people and distribute in salaries, dividends and otber  DR.U-CO preparations beyond doubt or  question, we are prepared to furnish to  your physician or your druggist, ou  request, a list of the ingredients in any  NA-DRU-CO preparation. Ask these  menf who are men ������* standing ia your  ******* ixiamwi J      Hi *i*     *���������*       f* **������*^*a.       * vu      f*������a*v^  implicit confidence, all about KA-DRU-  CO remedies. ���������  If your druggist has not the particular NA-DRU-CO. preparation you  ask for in stock, be can get it for you  within two days from our nearest  wholesale branch.  Outburst of  Barnyard   Ideas  in  Consequence   of   a   Play.  Vaiious are the source^ of wonu-nV  taahious, moralizes the New York World.  A princess wears a high collar to conceal  a sear and all the femiuius world adopts  it. The headdress oi peasant girls is  utilized to form the "peapu-baskct'' hai  of recent vogue. The army blouse of an  Italian liberator was modified to make  a ~arn������ent *or women's wear. Eni'ire'>s*j9  and actresses stamp their individuality  on a style of skirt or of hairdressing  But*J^s a poet to load them all as an  originator of fashions? The outburst of  ���������'Chantecier" hats, wraps, toques, etc., is  one of the lingular consequences of the  wide interest in the Rostand barnyard  drama. There are "Chantecier" hats ornamented with black roosters bearing red  combs, "Chantecier" toques trimmed  with golden pheasants, "Chantecier"  opera cloaks, stockings, buttons, buckles  and what not. There are "Chantecier"  clocks and napkin rings. The craze hss  come as suddenly as the revived Direc-  toire styles and with the promise that it  will probalbly pass as quickly. - Yet in  ment, in the crests, cockades, plumage  and feathery ornament, its influence is  likely to be felt longer.  This disease from which so many suffer gives the average physician  a great deai of trouble."*" The,,best medical men have endorsed  PSYCHINE, and recommended'it'in scores" of the most obstinate  cases. It has never failed in a single instance to give prompt relief.  When directions have been followed, a few doses will remove that tightness and weight on the stomach. Taken regularly it positively cures  General Distress, Flatulency, Nervousness, Coated Tongue, Heart  Burn and Palpitation. If you have never used PSYCHINE, don't  hesitate a moment longer.    Try PSYCHINE to-day.  PROOF  Mr. Arthur Tennlson, E9 London Street, Toronto, sivs: " For six or  ocven years I was troubled with IndiKeatlon and dyspepsia. Too much  acidity of tho stomach Iho doctors said, orlfflnated the troubles. I tried  Bcoros'of remedies without avail. Eventually I used PSYCHINE and  this brought immediate relief and cure."  K������ HOSV1E SHOULD BE'WITHOUT PSY������HBKE  It prevents the chlldrer taWn* cold, wards off that terrible malady, La Grippe.  -��������� and completely fortifies them against disease.   Jt should always be used for ccld*  weariness; lo&s ot appetite, bronchitis and weak lungs.  For sale by all druggists and dealers, 50 cents and $1.00.  Dr. T. A. SLOCUM, Limited  TORONTO  -���������^���������jvT'w-^^sea&rtgraaj'^^  bus-l- Needlrss to say, such a fashion  may be worn only on a slim figure, i  can say nothing so far as regards materials, bat I hope ne^t week to have  formed some jdea of what kinds will be  most in favor for spring wear. i  THE   STOCK   AN5** JABOT.  It is the new spring-neckyvear combination.  There is a high, well-fitting stock collar, with a fluffy jabot in the. front.  Heavy embroideries and sheer laces  are a pretty combination.  '  Bred eric'Anglaise, German Valenciennes and hand-embroidery, with a fine  while mull jabot, made one lovely bit of  ������* f* Oii \v rt *> r*  "White lawn, with hand-embroidered  dots in color, is dainty.  Some of the better shops are showing them and they may be had for 50  conts, .151 or higher prices, according to  fir.ei.ess.   .  Or a girl or woman at all deft with  her needle could eontrivctwo or three^  Write for the s$so HA-DRU-CQ Almanac, giving a list of NA-DRU-CO  articles and prices, with other useful information. Address "National Drug Co.,  Advertising Department, 34 St. Gabriel Street, Montreal."  National Drug 8c Chemical Company  of Canada, Limited 3  ���������Wholesale f HaHfax���������St John���������Montreal���������Ottawa���������Kingston���������Toronto���������Hamilton  Blanches: \ London���������Winnipeg���������Regina���������Calgary���������Nelson���������Vancouver���������Victoria  SPRING   HAT  SHAPES.  Great flat mushrooms.  Two-cornered,   tonuc-like_ affairs. -  ' 1 :"*,.;;i"*:r ������"!"��������� ������ ���������^���������������������������-.������  Cavalier shapes, immense and flaring, j in lltlte t,me and at small expend  turned up on one side.  Iilerry Widow dimension      on    many  turned-brim hats.  ' IVivje turban effects.  Deep   scoop-like   affairs       resembling  cooking pans.  Flaring  sailors,   with  round    crowns  and rolling brims:  Turned-up brims in the hack.  ^fedium-sized   sailor?, with   one side  elevated.  thu&iasm as the very newest and   most  original fashion,  and yet     hero it is  proudly exhibited by the most fashionable  milliners  and apparently      being  greeted with all" - Honor.-   The lines of  theso simple bate have been most carefully studied, and while the prices asked  plain effects it is quite apparent to the  woman of  good tafito that they     are  worth paying.  In direct      contrast  to  these rather low, flat effects aro     the  high crowned, narrow brimmed  shapes  with high trimming at tbo side,      and  which   require  to  bo^ most      carefully  perched upon th������ bead and at just tho  right angle. The three cornered shape is  too hard  in  outline to  bo  universally  becoming, and although it haa appeared  among tho now styles and is  softer   in  straw than in velvet, silk, satin or beaver it ia not to b& couuted on aa likely  to be in fashion for any length of time.  Small hats have for tho moment   tho  preference  in  popular  taflte,  but  thoy  are by no means exaggeratedly small,  and wero tho hair to be worn as full  around tho face as wob tho fashion last  season thoy would appear much smaller.  Now that tho hair is worn bo much closer to tho head if the brim i& . at nil largo  it extends out from tho head and    appears far wider than it measures. Both  turned up nnd turned down Bhapcs aro  In  Btylc.  Tho old timo favorite,-     tho  mushroom ishapc, io to hn eeen,     with  la-iiu uf  fincHt  plculcd  Htraw      turned  down to completely hid������ tho upper part  of the face, and with tho crown of tho  hat  covered   with  plcatings      of  tullo  thickly mnRRcd  togothor.  Nothing new  in thie will be tho comment, but a com-  parition  of tho  mushroom  hat  of this  yonr with that of two wonaont* ago will  prove at 11 glnneo how utterly diasimilnr  ��������� \. T. Afthmare.  NEW   VANITY   BAGS.  Not    n hit    liko the ordinary   vanity  bn������K nro Thflfu* now one������,      whioh hnvo  "cordeliere" placed hefore the "vanity"  part of their title. ^  Of French origin, they are of soft and  lustrous black velvet, cut in a round,  old-fashioned ehapo resembling tbe old  bead and leather bags which our grandmothers pinned at. their belts.  From tho namo, however, these were  not the bags the maker, had in mind  when ho planned these. It wob a nun's  bag thot ho fashioned them after��������� a  nun or a friar���������one is not quite sure  wliich.  But tho original bags were not half  so interesting or as attractive na these.  Gilt frnmoB add 0 note of richness to  tho deep blaok of tho velvet bag, and  heavy silk cords and tassela are the rather novel handles.  , Inside tho bag, which is silk lined,  there is a littlo aide pocket for chango  hnd room enough for carda and a dainty  little handkerchief.!   y  PLEASING CHANGlE IN COIFFURE  A glance over nny'SVVil-dri'fised nnsom-  binge of women reveals tho very im tunable fnet that tho hniltl Is on tii? oriwt;  of the popularity wave. 'Maids nnd matrons alike havo 'adopted 1 ho now moth'.  And it Is rathor protty���������nfior wo become ncouHtomod to It. Sr, r-'.h, wluok  nnd flhlnlng strands \vn\pp..il a tout nnd  showing tho natural Hlion of t]v,\ bo.'id.  Purely 't!������ a wolconu* cIliiijui! frum the  trim 'Miu'ool wiivo nnd tho'lilfsh IVunpn*  rtouv, which nrtUtfl havo disliked and objected, to on account of the idlff and  rather nnnntural off-col.  Though thoro nro vnvlriui e'ui;i!.*LlUR  roports, n rocnntly-rctn-nieil I'.ii'Minn vU������  Itor my* that French women nro won'.'  Ing tho hair drawn buck ^JMeol'iilly from"  this forehead, parted In tin* mlililk\ with  tho eovonot hrnld oxtondiufr neroi)** I lio  front from mir to our nnd a lit'-lo dimlcr  nf puffi worn in tho hi ok of tii" hoid,  It is vntlun* elaborate, bui rather pratty,  ton.  All  HortH of daint> '       "rieUv-i  HAT.  "A charming hat from the Maison  Lewis shows in its shape another of the  spring notions," says Marie Doubleu in  tbo Woman's Home Companion. "This is  the sharp angle, which, aa in this case,  Rniur-tiines takes the form of a peak in  a fluring brim, sometimes that of a dip  in a broad brim with high, sharply upturned sides." ,������������������'":',������������������''.���������.- .  "This graceful hat is a symphony in  tones. Of natural straw color, the under brim givea a .harmonising, note of  brown. The orown is. draped with dull  gold tissue, that ia so fashionable this  yonr, and tho significant touch is given  by the loa*go yellow rose."  THE   PIQUE  COLLAR.  You may road "now" written largo  ail oyer it. .  It is mado liko the. ordinary linon collar. ������������������-,'    y .      yy, ':  Sometimes little cords add var'oty to  tho pique weave.  A For wear with tailored shirtwaistB it  On   Baking  Day.  On Monday and Tuesday we wash and  -iron,       ,   .  ... .^....s,'. ,,  .On Wednesday we always bake,  And  I  am  so   glad  when    Wednesday  comes, s   *  For I love to help make the cake.  That is, of course, I'm not very big,  So I enn't help to mix or stir,  But mother gives ine the    big   yellow  bowl,  And I make it all clean for her.  Wo sit on the doorstep, Tom and I,,  And we eaeh have a big iron spoon,  And the  scrape  off    the  batter    that  sticks to the' aides,.  And we find it all gone very soon.  Never a bit is there left in tho bowl,  As it shiny and empty stands;  For we've eaten it all, except just, a bit  That '.sticks'..toyour faces and hands.  It's niec to help    mother V around    the  '������������������ h0U80A   y :"y"A ;V' ��������� .   '. .'   1  When there's sweeping or beds   to be  made;  .  But these are not half so much fun for  me  As helping her .with the cake.  And if I am offered wishes three  Some day hy a fairy queen,  I'll ask for Wednesday each day in the  week,   ���������- .���������-..-  With plenty .of bowls to clean.  Youth's Companion.   ��������������������� ������ ,  The Daylight Saving Bill.  It is tlie twenty-fifth of Apr*!, says  Henry Franklyn in the August Strand  Magazine, and, as I write, the clock  points to nine. Breakfast is cleared  away,-and  the children  are. in their  schoolroom at' lessons, and in consequence, except for the pleasant none  of  the  sea  breaking   out  the  beach,  there is- g.uiet in our remote colony.  At twelve, as it is a very.warm morning, we -shall make up. a party bold  enough to defy the proverbial wisdom,  "Who.bathes in .May (or.earlier) slmll  bo  laid   in   clay!"   arid 'refresh -ovr-  selves Avith a he.sty dip.   Then lunch  ai one o'clock," tea at five, aad dirmeir  at seven.   Well, you wili" say, all this  sounds'ver-y.^ordinary; why trouble to  speak  of  it?   Just  for  this' one  rea-'  son:  we are "Daylight Savers."   We  sball have our dinner at seven o'clock,  and  afterwards  we    shall    probably  stroll about for an hour, * pottering in  our gardens  or  watching- the  sunset  over the moor.   For, you see, although  the  sun  sets  to-day  at ten minuter  pn������t -seven, and we don't finish dinner  till eight ,our clocks, as well as we,  are early daylight converts, and nre  all put forward an hour.   When dinner is over and they point to eight  o'clock, it will "really"  (as we still  have to say) be seven; and so, instead  of drawing the curtains, as you do,  and lazing about indoors,    w������ shnll ^  Btill  enjoy .another hour    of-health-''  giving sunshine and fresh air..   ���������������������  Tlie actor's art is���������to conceal art; the  painter's is to sell it.  will bo a pleasing no vol fcyA  T,?3ually hand'cmbi'oidorou hi-pretty  doRigiiH or hemstitching in geometrical  cfftieta are used to inako it elaborate.;  It will wear well and stand the 'siren-,  uou micas of tho modern laundry with  complnconey���������so tho shopkoopor aayB.  And tlio prico is 75 cents and fpi, according to elaboration and tho amount  of handwork.  PAGE WHITE FENCES  *������3i TVnctn w**r tl������t-*fv,!<Hi fnr Uiw*������, PutV**, F������ri*'i������ nM Unltroftilt.   H.ono tnilM ol r������iu  l'������.i���������t������ t.i.<t T.MO fitte f*.Ati*.i n-iw !n ns: i.i CviW.1. <������l"* ���������*"'' r**'"*������"������ ������<������������������������ h*������(rr t!u������ ever.   i*������ir������  CkUs fur 1910 lmv������ C������lvaJil*������i<l FrAinr*, Cut our Intent vr\vc������ nud Uwl-lut,  THE PAGE WIRE FENCE CO., LIMITED  jTAWftt tetica ������m! tintv iiianuiodtnri'rn In CantiU C0t  WAUU&WIUX    TORONTO     MONTREAL     ST. JO������W     V/SVNTPCQ    VICTORIA  SPRING  HINTS OF NEW  FA8HION8  Among tho now liluto I have nmiittgcul  to-glean, writos tho Paris correspondent  of London Queou, tho fact that all tho  now coatH nro nhort nnd nomotlmoa vory  funliiHtio, tho skirts, too, nro atill nhort  fov dny woar nnd fov evening wear, too,  but as nn nntldoto to such practncnl no*  tioiiH ono big Iiouho ia making itu ovon*  Ing cloahB with court trains, an occon*  tvicity wl1le.I1 mny or may .not tako the  cnprieloiiH tusto of tho vory mondalno  I'nvlBionno.  Tlio uoweiit skirt ehows gathers from  ���������tho wnbt bolt to bolow tho khoos, whoro  It In cnuglit Into n drapery very liko tho  flaliwifo Hcarf of last auinmor.  Tho iVapuuoao alcove ia nlao to bo used  in conU once more, allowing uu Uiidei-  uli'-iv*  from  below tho olbow.  Tlio lluHbian bloiiHo, with varintlona  upon it, Ih also to tho fore, ono of tho  most original being aomothlng vory liko  tho curloiiH Htrnlght gnrnumt worn by  many Orientals*. For trimming thcuo  quaint garmontu Eastern'embroideries  nro lined quito lavbOily on tho Nhouldorn  down tho front, on tho bIoovoh and to  form tho walat bolt.  Tlio favoritti wain!; bolt tor ordinary  cloth oowtiimoH Ih, howovor, in shiny  hlnck liwthor, and some of tho neatest  llLllu gowns will bo turned nut In bluo  t'lnth' or fwrgo, black nnutaelm buttons to  fasten down th<s sldo, ami a noat, narrow  luiitiior butt tu iiitiiciiUj Uiu wuiot iim.%  Arothor fnrm nf niii������������fofi Mrtii*������ |������ th*  ono with quito full pleats both above  and below tho waist on either side, tints  giving fullnosi to tbo busquos and to tho  t?UU7 17   LOCKET AND CHAIN  r'K'-JC-i'Cfl    TO LADIES AND: G5RLS  This beautiful Gold Ftaiib Loekot mounted with r'sctoaii  stouea, with tbis lovely ueclecTwiii tii oneof t'leiataitoniuuicnio.  No drew *b complete without an oruanieiit ot tliis kiu...  SEND NO MONEY. Y-Vgend- your name and-.-addreu and we-  will Bend yen 4 boxes of Dr. Mnturin** Famouo Veaoinhle VyJt.  tlie moat powerful Tonla and Blood Purifier known. Bell them  at 25 cents n box. rMur free to each purcli saer one of tJic pins  sent yon with the Mils. This helps you to sell rapidly.. As soon  as the Pills ate sold, send jisthe *1.00 SSHefted aad^we will send  srontfcU handsome toCKBX A CHAIN ������B������Z.   Wtltc to^oy.  ���������: :'"''" ������������������":'.;    '''-.AVAPffW'M'-''������������������- -��������� ������t.':'���������X"r���������'  Tto Dr.Moturin ModldnoCo^ Dept.429 Toronto, Ont.  SHIP   TO   US   YOUR  Wo hnvti sollsll-td our thouoanda ol  ���������hlppors and oort sailsfy you, wo know(  but U hi (or you ii������ timl ouls by sSilpplnta  lo us, that what w������ aay !��������� oorroot.   yy  oh rooolpt ol Qoodo.   Wrlto lor ,'P'rloo Llot arid  whioh will bo olioorluily lurnlahod. V  ihi  607 St. Paul Street, Montreal  HAWDSOW1E WATCH FREE.  A floiiU'or Ladles'Rolld ColdWatfU conts from Oac  to 11180. ������i������ not ibrow yonr lnonoy uwsy. it yon doslro  to Bocuro a Wawh, whlofi .tokoon timo and Inst woll will  bs oqunl.to anv Solid Gold watoii semi us your namo mid   '-���������dlntoiy��������� ���������*  ' f* "������������������     -'- --  -uldross Immediately andag-ea to soft 10 boxim only ot I  ftr. Maturin's Vanfous Vegetable Tills at eito, a box.  Tinware uie Rrestoit remedy on earth for tho euro of  ijf and impuro blood, Indloeiitlon. hnniiachen, ociiirii-  yotisteoiiblos, liver, blud<ier and kidney, du-  Iflsr j  SW~V*tlt V&1 UI���������J2,,,���������fc:M*.II, ������naites uiom������any to iicu.  This is (lie chance el a lifetime. Donotwlanlt. Buml vn  >atfon, nV^,1l*.  Ider.  w\t[i tuo fills yjTiiivli^"lo aFt^loV bslowolry'to  d.ail female weskneaacinliiov are. tho jjreftt  ���������'"���������nOnvlBorstor.aGrnnn.Tonlo.niid. i.lfo  lilfcHthts makes thehi ������itify to"fall.  >on hsveiol  send you  A GENTS or LADIES WATCH  older una wo,V  in yon havo told  wo-alli send you  TH* DH.MATUHIN MKDICINC CO  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmiimmimgmm  our Watch Is a stem wind find sunn ������������< and not tns ohein  bwi.'irvii.i a.:*,1"** c������.5'.j.rtil?.atrtr. s.s tfauliir������������,   r,<ti.i  for our pin* without delay. Address      %  Wsteh Dept 30    Toronto, Ontl  ������������������MiMMM      - 'mmmmmmmmmti  ��������� <i ^:.'.-?.^%'S."!affi^&j?sssKgaai  &s,A;yAyy.g*s^^  <;:'%y?/*yy;;y^  iKiiuiii iiiji'll l I.i   ilim-linii  i ii '    11 n>    .'miimmU'Muilkiu������Miii������\..AW^V'h^ik^^ff:^Si!������f^  11 ���������    ��������� ,       '. i   . .   i. i_. _.i i 11'.. ...... j. __ i _.   , H i ^m..." yy"'. ,-v....... !'.iy'v...*;c*.?.'7"^;*.  ������������������'y-'vry^vr yj:fy -i-i^^y--- -^  ������������������'A.ir^j^>-:^S.ii'.-^^  **,,:::,:'vi';w'^r;v.v,-:^x*Vi";K*S'  >,/-y.,'.!^'*:'{'iVv������^i*:fWi  .itfi ;"^;-;^fr������y^'-������v������S  rV?:AirAM:-S/ift  r- t.: yy��������� yy yy'-yy*2������t'.$yyy'y rs*?|*;$  yy^&^a^i  illlfl'lwi  .f.^ii.'S-^vv^"''  ."--���������?Ay5yiy^v:y^.$;  r*7^V?-r^*;-^>,^;-*-v  i$#^v$$'->'**^  \:V,*-.'-  WBxiX  i si  :' y xiyy&xX'Si ^A?v sy>;.-!'-'.;:^1-  WxmYyyxymmyyyy:yyyy^  vv ^;:-; ?������^'^:A^ A^������t":^ .\fV'������; ^ lra?V^?'^ ^""^^* *v' ":'^������ ir'*'^ fit V'^f "i^ W^a:*^4ATi^a is-fc ^  vyx  lXfrAm2/i'fi''f  ��������������������������� ;.-������������������-.--.'���������-.*./-va*;',-v-Vi v;������-~/:-f.r^"-.--;:i>.Y;A-.-^AX/.yA'i -^i^;*^ V-yv^^-AY-y^^ XA..-.V~; ���������:,:���������..��������� ."-���������',..-.,''.���������.���������--, *-��������� ��������� yy ��������� :*^.Y Vjv^V,-..^^^  il  ���������ll^!&%&^  JW^^^^s^^^S  ���������'JjtL^- L. b^ miA ���������'���������'---*���������- Bl?.^.;' i -'>���������,- '.i*s?.  K    ^lA*.  sw*MM^**^s^^i^M^������MSj*a*B-S'*M*ti^rsiW^a*-B*Wl0^i*^^ "   ' '   - - -....- r     ���������      i     n^ im w^  irMMCM������ii������iBT������������^������������Mfcjiirtrwi*������^ri^WMiiiT������M-M^���������t���������g���������������i^^r������Mra^M^���������m^i���������j������^a^������j^ri������i^.���������i  ���������������������������������������������������   ���������    ������������������ - -    - -.-.-������������������ .:���������--.-   .'--mWk. -.���������-���������;-. ->t--������r!i- ..v v.-.-; *���������*'.(  ':fe;,--!V,M'i;-  BjaSSBgT?; ifflMHfcV-yAyVy' ^BSSj|^^^f VAAA^AVV ������m VVyA AVV:y y yV;V'  a\yAl'y.'Vg Vyi.^1     '*''   '     '",     ^y^^-'^t^.^'*"***'^^*^*'^*?^^'^1^^^^^^^^?!^^!^?^^^^^-^^ ..,   :..^..:.,,.   .   ,���������.,.���������...������������������,. .., ,    .....i     L      _   -    .   ^JJ.mJl.JLUjim������WWMWWHWM.��������������������������� [������������������^MM^a^MMMM^^M^JM-^^T.U'.y.^.i  :���������^:pilllPW  XfXui'l   X.'X^xXyK-'X'A.x '.';��������� ~ a-xAy-*���������:���������'> ���������������������''��������������������������� "*;lV'''~*''ii^  i@Ay V������3R'*tty!"*1v;P:^  V-v .���������Swi*i>.i������..tk liltSS  s.f^fc&iN&lc&tlra^  ointfindf applying;rtosit.be;;sauEerintcndent-!ttf  ���������j?TOvirici������lP611berat:';yiet0rI4v*'-a*-;'tbeteSplKiS  tion of one monih from the date hereof, for  XxfAxxXyyAxAyAxLyM:0!A^!X^(^^B^xy  kftTalce'.'^  yB:G;, intehdUipplylng^to tho'Superintendent  :6f Provincial Police'atvYictbrla''^^ attho'oxplra-  tloiiVof one month'from the VdntQ'ihOreofiifor-  the reiiewalOf tbe retail liquor^llqenso^Jield  by.ine for the promlseB ItnoWn rii3 the l?rioksc)n  ;^tolti1|3itiiatea.:atJi;rickson;-IJ.G.i'''^^Si:^-ji::*,5'A  ;yDalodatBricU8bn,BiO;JMrfy.������tbj'a9l0iy?y:fei!  VtfyVfeS-y^yAyyyyyfe  y'l ;#aico ^blicia'tiiiiiriv ji MafslialU'of 'iRif^liefti/  or: B.O.vliitendtipplylneto.the SupqHn'toHd".  ont or Provincial JPoliOQiityictprla. attU0;<3x-*  plrtitioii ofono, mtihth froin ;tlio "date; horeofi  foi'ithorenewalot the retwllllquOrll'-onso how  r~-~ -��������� ��������� -   '.am  |^ ���������J]-.'���������''v:^''>���������';^^'^v'^^^'^V''���������,���������^':'"''-'���������TS:'''^ -������������������ '���������':���������'���������;-"'  :| ''*'vA'*iiiy'the;-:-. BaasKmRoefeAxX  M  ;AK>^A^!^-;^Svyy>.^yyy^^H  &.���������? A^s>';^^;Ayi v V^V^^x r m^  ls!f0y^f:vV-'vA^^*'?fe  ?^'''.������L^^M������*y'.:.s'^'':''A!'.'V,'."'--,r^^^  l?^lfA^ii'iAVy'^f^;-^fi|^  .'.'^v'5.-������  y  'Ina  SBRAlSI-lClBlSill  ST^^tfjiyvg^J:*^  My  XAX.  Pfoj-fo-f^^  yixjx-yyxyyyyyy  V Tako Noiiqd'lliiv^;-^  B.O.,*intbnd.applvin������to-tho,-Bnpovln1ionaont  of PrOylnolal Police at. VMotoriai'for.thoVpnoir'  tf\ of tno retail liquor. llo.on������6 liold |by mo for  tho promtsos kilowb aa the Bnrtou'Potel, Mlt-  paled ut Creston, B.Ci-."- '     .*ii';/-.;'.",���������:.,','.- v-.y.. /��������� -.-  Uatodftti Croston,^^ B.O.,-May^'(*tb������ 101p,,'A,.,:.  .;.'.-;V;'i'--;-''''-: ^^y'-^Ayl-^y'.-VyyilVy;\)'^^paT0K���������,.-,,  ��������� Tako I>fot<po that wb, Jo:B, Morari i aiid; Geo.,  Moad.of OrcRtonVB.C.,<lntGnd;h.pplylnte to tlio  (Superlntondentof Prov|uoiHil'<Pollco.at *Ic-  toria.ottho'ojcplmtl.on oi'ono.monthifroin, tlio  dntonoreor.for.tlio renewal ot tho rotitiruqiior  lllce'nao hold by in* for tlio: promlsos lcnawiiiiiH  tho CreBton Hotol; Bitueted at Orosfpii, B.i*4,,\.:  . Dated at.OreBtou^B.g,, J>liiy ctb/lOlO,,,  ���������'���������'*-.'��������� XiAYAY- ,y'.i'!!;V,;t'/-'..,j,l,BiitO������AN''..i  ,'.   ,���������' yy������������������.-;���������' .:;i-..'*::.:-.;.;.y.;:.'qBaiMiiiAn -   .  ,. ���������  ,: ':'���������<.'. y, "-r ���������';��������� i >^j :'-.',',^r'(i''','.y.v-',.;--v|. ":'  ���������'  ' Tako' Jroti$'.^ Pooio,' "of  Creston, H'.Ci, intend itpnlylna*to tho ���������Siiperln-  tonilmit of'Provlnolnl Pollco' at .yiotoria, at.  the expiration or.onq.;month ;iroin,ytlio date  hereof, for tho renewal oftliowho)oKnloll(iuov  UoonHo hold po nio fontho iiroittlflOB -ifnotvn iw  tho OroRtoii *>Vlno>il' Bplrlt: Uq,,i sltufttod at  UiWton.n.Oi:,-,;���������...;.*',.- -,L.,*;"'V...vy*. ;���������;  ', JMtod nt OroNton, ������,0��������� May flth, 10l6   - ,  ���������- rr-r^-Vi^rrivr'ii:.^:;^:^;'^;';;^':!,'^;?-'^';, /,'rfjr-r.Si-i.Ti-1  _ ayApa'S':^^-^-,.,--  Bll^lSiillillll  yX^X^Jy'YyXy yW y-'-yi xXyAiyY^y^yyi.  ^.!,-A;t:;V':'.;' -:   ''.'.':������������������ ",-.'���������*''ij!ji,^*S^AA!,'!;,;''^.i..  Repairing Rttsiii^s;  guarantee all work 'entrust-  ���������edvtpv^eriiy * Many: years ���������; ex-  jipenenpevat-. the' work^w^ii.-,-.v.  ���������/,*rr75...-.Y.,y(.y,.,T-,vy-.:,... - ,.-,   ���������    .��������� vi.> ;tl ���������'M^'i.-Ml'.'n'i';'t..  . ,^ivKv'^vi'ft'.-;v.i'-.- ���������'���������-��������������������������� y y.tii'-;' .f,#������^*^  .���������^?:.-;v..fy.Si^i.i!.w'v.i;.yy/-y  |;|S|||||^|g|^    ISISilliliiS  ^������������������^���������^���������������������������^������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������*   ��������� ,;-.-ttP-.,.'-.,'V:i.-:.-iV->:fr^^^  i'.y;^n.  i  ���������;i,;*^T*,  in your' uiouies-.''  *''.'���������������.'ill- ..',.'.v.!;.������,i,7;i  v'-':",i;:,-J/:V1:;i.'ii''';!.'J.irV5:^.^'V;*  > ?<:A*mmxrsxx,xx Ti  ���������������^-Xto:,|.:;y|:Vf7lffC.V:.;?,-|;-  a*S,*li4ii^.^'-Jl;  Wi-Mvmm  1 r-.iti.y������^:fy-.:v-w'yi''A',;'. '.r"'-;;."'��������� ���������V!'ii;r"vi;'sii>',''t;.:������*i.r.-''������.'-;i';"-*��������������� ���������.'���������'������������������ vl Af-^'^i'A.A'e.)) XiiX^yXyAj/kiiXifyi-iXX.X  ^VAy^y:R^  'xXAt^^  mXYX'AX  '���������'���������'.':' YXtli\Xy.y! ���������'���������  X;X':, "~ -������"'j.t".:,' -t ''*',.."...i .i;',.":Js.Vj^JiL"i,i"'���������;^,r���������',,������ ',' A'ULi;XyXA '/' yXYyxyiX'i%9XA'^XAAX-'  ���������X'XyyyX: .Xy- y-yy''-    ������������������.--,..>���������..-;.:������������������ ^!f,--:;<��������������������������������� m-;- :.'Ayyyriyv���������:><:. XYYY\y^y:y-:yi:i;^KiX<X^\iX^rf'X::YXYXA!  v'*.1/������M0Bt.piv^  l4^pu^!;pwB*^  -.��������� llaWoytplosB 'inn. bundrqdjyirU'^^^ *''-Tbote;^:'' '^iX^;^y'-y y 1';^'  }2/L    -yibro,;us0'tiiojnuio.bu8luefl8-ju������3gmo^  'i%jr   '-'   ,'1'".;       '.-'.;'...-'i'!- .'���������'.':..'.'';���������'.       v-r',''V'-y/y1*.:-.:'i1;. j'.- "'���������'''" !,,,.''.vi;'r'--. y,.���������-'."!<;"|.*'-y-(!.. .: :.'.iy]i"''-''- ."'.l"**Ur'*A'A',..i; ;-;'.u--A  ..-.i ���������������������������.':)  'i'ii^fv'lExteiision';Tab  :   .i^'W.wh W-Tj ���������:;':i'^g"'',,������''l'''':i''j7-''V;^������������'i,'!W .���������.iwvi'-iw.^V'.'.iv -iw-w'* 'J- ^''  t Springs, ChHd's Cribs and uo-Cafts^ Gbuches,vi ,  .^IV-iffAi-'i-S  NHLHON I^ANt) J>liHT.J*tTOT-T)llitriot of  ������������������! 1 y ;���������;:.-,.-, ��������� ji.' v, V'-;vAicpiitonhy, y";_;;, .,��������� yi(y ,-,,.,'.,  A Tnl'co notloQ that jvo," Oharlcsi Motiro, of Oren*  ton, HA, oeenpntlon'surveyor, OQMtfd Ale**  nndor wacdrinnld' Yonnjy, of Oi*������ntr������n,- n.o,,  O(?eup(i.U0n, ngflnti'nnil ,1 amoH '1'homuH Bur  ffOR������. ofjCltohonoi',: D.O.VooeurJiitlqn, Affont, intend to apply IhrperinlRHlonto purtihnRo tho  followlni; deHorlbod lands.(-',>...i yy ���������' y ,  ���������CoininerielnK nt n.post plantod onibOROUtn.  orly liouiidary of A tho .llrltlsh>.,; (Jpliunbla  Hontliorn Railway do.'h riRlit orwayonponlln  tho fili-mllo noHt, thonoo south lOohiilnH.thuiico,  W0MV2H elialiiH. thonoo north SO olnilnn, tliunmi'  .Vjjii] ���������������������������,.';,''ia,,''>  laware  UMHuaMK  ;.*���������<:!  ���������'',; 1  I U1111 IU l-M v^UUliiiiai; i?  '"v,"."'',V.'!":"''"'':-r"^'lV';'i'-):-i''.!..  '���������^V'lVyiyr.A'-^ ���������yyj.r'. !i������ .;��������� yAiAt^  ..,������������������ ,)...-( v- i*,i.,.i.y.-,^   ���������,���������������������������������,-''' * !.. " -i 1 >.'i' i'.- ''t-n -���������   .' ������ u-  ,'. A'1'^A'A^oouplo"-ifals dayH'.^v ;iwlii^; njlglit.  [���������, V-,'ilioyp boon ������*>,baa S\t'o barolio out; on Arrow  ' ''*���������.I'divoBkr'."liofcvyiioit..''bftuieroti.l,,iH'.A'nnd, 0^>-.  !; ihrtm'a rrttiblv. ; Jfoviw*rt  * 1/;;;;$iff-**ro,;:W  ���������; -������l^lrittioyiHnlty;po^U'l>tf������iV^^  wltb a gnnlg ot inonl Worltod horoionlly.  for somo four. hours aud i ox'tlhgulsbod  ,,; tbo..-tint..  .'*: :,i.:'' !'!,1'.  '.''  ���������;;, piiVWiuTBdn;^^  broko onto'yyinoiri^ 'tbo;( pi'oyliiqifli Pollco  Station; lit W^  Miiior vMrtvPi'oylnolnl;Oon  'ajui'oi.'ii^'hi^u^fcfi^  'aiul.'vffbn :tri0;yii^.';y^r,vWillor:^ii������' bulng  tnitlntod with tho luyntorU'H of tho- dot*  ic������ be fb-oX Nyunltiti'''iu 0 moBfc prnoflrtal  ninuuoi', na during tbo llr*it VfcoU. ho. hns  thuueo eiviitiirly alontr nuld rlijlitof way to 1 lio  plneivof lie^rlnnlnff, and' dontalnlniy IWW iiercn,  imiroor le������������. ... , ���������,     ' ���������  - Oatiiil April loth, 1010.  ���������:    ���������      .  A        ��������� ���������;��������� ohabi woonifl ������������������;.  ,'".      yy.'.-,.  v--,-���������.'������!, A. Mi-YOUNU  ��������� ���������;,...>?*��������� v.-���������..-���������; ���������i,T.-iiynai������HH  ���������':,*:��������� A   ',       ' <������; A.Hf. YODNM, ARont  ''"'-'' ���������'���������   ���������Y'X--'\X '. ���������-.-���������  . -��������� ���������'.'.������������������) ���������������������������:���������.������������������������������������ .       . :  Wiil Plant Six Thousa^Trees  : Swan:'Swanson, tlio milltotihlroA rail*  waypphttfiolior,, of piy  horo lhBt FrldiVy to uinlco'' a ��������� porflounlJn-  spebtlbn of bla plot of flftY tibrbs of jijrqm:  ard Inuii ii fbw miles wost of town.V This  land bJiB,b'6bii i'b'cbiitly oldnrbd1 And.; iui-  provod^indor tlio BuporviHlbo; of VMr.' B.'  8, .Bbyan^ tlioro arj-iyod  v.irtMfl'iiw.'WV, 11,1a   Vnvirl'     'IM,Aan   AntVu'ofn^l"  :Oiri������fioK^^E^HO^EpI3NX^A^.B^O^  " y^tB^Xy    ,A',;Vy-y  Vt'i';V" .'. Vi'iA-'  wiii-i i������--.'.'%.|.;-'.i..i 'a;;,..-  tyY-y-...;  1 > We aroyin , vooolpfc* of a Homowlmt  iongthy boinruiinloatick from 'i1. St,- Kd-  lnftnilHon, doiillhr ^ilh tuo bowowro  UUoHtiou, but,������)wi������g to Inoic of snmio w������  uri) unnbln *') piiblbb itthls woolc, but  it will appear tn our next uauo,  planting  of 4,000 npplo' ttooiv bolng -, Jonathan,  Spit������borgo������,.Wngnpr,,.0rlniflfl' Ooldon,  BpaldciB .thoeb tbbro? riro 1JOOO pour troca,  boliiB; Biwtibtb and. Ploitti^ ii������,  wbll rim. 7fi6 piiium ami pi-unbii, /il/oy'hnK  an'ob^-toin^ nprlootB, bhorrlofl'', and .oarly'  appleH..,'y,,,V,Sy.-.'A;'A .;,:'. ���������.   y.���������,-,'';, ,','Vi.,'.'��������� '.-,,'''���������  A Miv; SwaUBon Ib' groatly p|o(JM<}t.l' with  .tho,^VOV.k Mr; Poynn hns ������l'iiio for blhi,  andiplttiiH aro now bqlng propatoiV for a  hnntlifipmft ronidoiioo which Mr. BwanHon  proposoB toruHldo lnhluiRclfwhou.lu tho  'fbfcuro''hbuibi'."'" Mr. Swmison 'to n 'grOat'  ���������bollovor In homo, tradonnjl as a .proof of  tbis lio'has bbngb't' oyjovythijufit-.^liibltb'  *for -his I'liiich ,^1x6* <;thp'V. Btoro'fl';in*,d)rbBtpn,  n^dbnBByoht upwarba  onflli hove during the pnBt flftobn mouths.  Sottlors coming into ,d diatrict '��������� buoU na  Mi1. Swanson is; nro tbo kind that count,  nndwbwpuldllkotb^oo about twouty  movo Swan SwanBone como to tbo Ores-  ^n^i������tirib('f;. '������������������������������������'.;,.;;,' ��������� ; ;.'','':,'";''"  ���������', JCboiaudabovbrdfohoi lo la, one of  tbo bomfiiK show plncoH of tbo Oroalon  dlBtrlofc, ���������' ���������������������������������������������Yy: ���������' ���������  - -r , . IIU j.131 VIM. UMJUHI'II. ��������� ���������  "{������������������������;��������������������������� >���������;���������:!" ���������'.-'i.yy.'y,..':.'-.y ).';,f;|'-i. .li^, ������������������';(!���������'���������.,:��������� .j;,|..'I'-..- ������������������  AlVtli:���������^afeslfe'in.;,HSta^^  Flov/ers, Ribbons and  VeilingS) yta^icsv and 'y;  ICbildren's Sailpirif . r  A fine assoirtinient of Ladies-  AYaiSts,:ff<J[m;$i:,. Itito.ts|;  SUk BbnnctsV.etc'^'etci*!'!''l^X--r'  Mlkb GhiBor Iiah tblfl wook moved Into  ...���������,������������������,     ..T,������������������7._p>      .-.���������,         T - -    Hh nowliouHo on " - Oooitomit Rnuoh" I   ���������,-������������������������������������...,    . ,  -..-.���������,.    , 1 v,    ������������������    .,  hd3'cia^,&^^79fe:?a>vy'frftl������i*'i<-' ���������MttmtM nNnwt i<$milwfrom town; ���������    Inoarfnturo ho will��������� fcMko Oiroiiton bin  A..y^ndloy,waB among tho fia^y "blp-  ptiffl from CfeHtou this spring. Ho Atart*  od Bhlpplng rhubarb and Hroon onionh  audfatl^or gvooufl;to ,,tbp yturiouM Grow  towniVp'n April 31 w',! arid bo," biif mndo  dally wblpiuotita rognlnrly bIuoo tlioii,  WANTKD���������Girl if or gtuornl bouiso  work, Modorn honso and hhihII family;  wukoi*823 uinoiitli���������AddrosaMmItoaa-  otOJr, Bo* .87, pnwibrook.       ;      ; : v  '''.'��������������������������� .">;';ii-'.,'. '���������:-..:,.......:,. ..���������-.���������    ,-,...,....   ���������- ,- .  yy.v,^. -.,.', ..A\.  ��������� i   ���������������! 11 ������������������ nn'mni-i*W������������������������������������^  Mrs.vAL:yQUl^M  Fourth, Street, Crcatpn, B.C.    J  nm ��������������� m*mmmimMiiimm0mmmmmmmiummmiii iiiniuw imwul  ���������*-.V*'.'.:'/.. ���������,'������������������,.  ^���������XaA'^Z^  XyAl 'yX,?yX-'XX������X::-XX<y.ixyyi<xX(xyyy-.X:.'i\:  ;'.>.-��������� yyrt'l'".:V,'.'.i,".;' ..'A,:v)\'!. .*:'��������� .:\ n :���������'.���������<Hi:-X-'-'."��������� ",-���������:  ;���������: ,'?-!'.���������.'.'  , .-'���������'.V ' ,' I-.*'-'-  '.'. .- '.V  :<;:,'  t '; s  ''���������('���������'  K'ir:   '.,  ���������a/'T/-  ���������A   yi(  ���������X-yX  ... ./n/ ,-f,*.,ji4'(l  :' ��������� '.: ������������������ ,\.X: .  . 4  -  . Evoryonolji tW*. OrosWn distriot;!������ r������. j;.-j; yxy  auo^odi^'B^^^  Oreitbu'jMiVro^^  a brldga qVar.th^Jjtodt-W^  as woll nfl a wa������bft road nbrpr^f ilwKopt' vv;  ouiiy ���������' -rlyor '.toVHbjl^ Ju^b'.';,-iti|itt'.',^riio;//A:'-  Kvoryonb kuowB bowTJadly* ibii'^ tiudw  and road arp tie������dbdVy������o^ ,d������*J> l^to^itho  store and uiin**'ybw;������ir&o  - Yo1lWJMtahbiilb������;';B������^;/^ '-"A  600, nt tbp'-Oj^tOAy'M������i^^ .-' ���������'.  ��������������������������� i. ���������;,-.,��������� ,-*���������'���������:'(! ���������/���������.,���������- . \.y*y "i>y,>ywy-x y." -.- ���������. yy.i  ���������"   '".'',.'A.     ' >'"X'''''*''Xi^\\X^<ftj?*X. -...A.: V.-'-VyyA;'^'vyi.".' THE , CRESTON,, B.C.   REVIEW.  HOW LiSZT PLAY  Ths Great  Pianist in England in  the Forties,  ������ think it was in 1840 or 1841, in Manchester, that I first heard Liszt, then a  yonng man of twenty-eight. At that  time he played only bravura piano  compositions, such as the "Hexainexon"  and "Hungarian March" of Schubert,  in C minor, arranged by himself. I recollect hia curious appearance, his tall,  laak figure, buttoned up in a frock  coat, very much embroidered with braid,  and his long, light hair brushed straight  down below his collar. He was not at  that time a general favorite in England,  and I remember that on this occasion  there was rather a poor house. A criticism of this concert which I have pie-  served from the Manchester Morning  Post will give an idea of his wonderful  playing. After some introduction it  goes on to say: "He played with velocity and impetuosity indescribable, and  yet with a facile grace and pliancy that  made bis efforts seem rather like the  Slight of thought than the result of mechanical exertion, thus investing bis execution with a character more mental  *;?!������������   "iissJaal.   Asd  -win-Vino-   Q>oniQ9   l^ivo  fig O^FcYETOrM \ KINDS OF GOODS. }  You don't have to know what your Goods |  sura made <?������, SAME Dye for ALL ���������No |  chance of mistakes. All colon xo cents from "  your Druggist or Dealer. Sample Card and  Booklet Free. The Jonnaon-Rlohardaon  Co.. Limited.   Dept. J., Montreal, Que.  KHEDIVE    OPPOSES    POLYGAMY.  !S  PLASTIC SUAYE.  deration to art. One of th������ most electrifying points of bis performance was  the introduction of a sequence of thirds  is scales, descending with unexampled  rapidity; and another, the volume of  tone which be Tolled forth iu the execution of a double shake. The rapture of  tbe audience knew no bounds," etc. I  fancied I saw the piano shako and tremble under the force of bis blowB in tbe  "Hungarian March." I regret that I  never had an opportunity of hearing  aim. later in life, when. I am sure I  should nave bad more pleasure both in  hia playing and hia programmes.���������Prom  "Scs& Husissl BesoUestiisns oi Fiftv  Tears," by Richard Hoffman* ia the  March Scribner.   ������������o  IndSoan Root F������i!Bs������  are not a new and untried remedy���������  our grandfathers used them. Half a  centurg ago, before Confederation,  thoy were oa sale in nearly every  drug; or general store in the Canada  of that day, and were the recognised  curs in thousands of home* for Constipation, Indigestion, .Biliossaess,  Bheni"stiam and Kidney ������������������d Xa?s?  Troubles. Tosiay they are ������si as  effective, just as reliable a* ere;,  and nothing better haa yet been de-  Tmsvu    t������0  srara    oommon    iiis  Has   Only   One   Wife���������How     He  Bringing   Up   His   Children.  In the middle of the day the ruler of  Egypt lunches with the only woman who  has ever sustained to him the relation  of wife. His Highness could, were he bo  inclined, allow himself the complement  of four wives affected by the pious ef-  fendi of the land. He has none the less  remained strictly monogamous.  The one wife dwells in strict seclusion  on tbe khedivial domain of Keubbeh except for occasional visits to the great  Abdin Palace at Cairo. She is a Greek,  with Circassian blood, some five years  younger than the Khedive���������he is near-  { ing 4C--e.tqui2itely beautiful.      It does  uCtl    CkpfrCfi,*      wQcW    -...J     4MU.UpU������M������   OA     MMaCf1  icau of the male sex has ever gazed upon ihe features of this lady.  She is the mother of six chaldren, five  girls and a boy. The latter is now about  10 years of age. and unUke tbe eldest  born of Mohammedan rulers generally,  he is to inherit bis father's throne. Tbis  young "prince heritor," aa be is officially styled, quite over-shadows his sisters  in importance. Tbe lad is understood  to resemble bis mother in fairness of  skin, tha sienderaess ol Ida frame aud  the talhiess of his form.  Aa a family man,-the Khedive seta au  example which the Christian father, as  our ^French contemporary observes,  might emulate with profit. The girls  study *ffynffi������������������, French. Arabic and Turkish with, the idea, it is said, of Jittiag  them , for the position of monogamous  wives.  a^������������ T(reh������������; ������mbw in have aat hia  face firmly against that plurality of  wives which is tbe vogue among tbe  -wealthier of his subjects. He will sot  ���������Sow a daughter of bis to beooma aa inmate ot what is commonly understood  by the term harem. In all respects but  this, be has long been famed as the most  Ifoh&ssssdssiy pious ol poteatatss* fo?  h!s orisoss era performed with infinite  Servo? asd aa nsdevSating regularity.  Tbe live daughters receive from their  nsotber a txaSninc which, from the point  Useful Material for Covoring Wounds  in Troes.  Plastic slate, that is to say, mouldablc  slate, is a mixture formed by combining  about one part of coal tar and four  parts of slate dust and is recommended  for covering large wounds in trees. This*  mass must be of about the consistency  of a not too thick glazier's putty, bo  that it can be balled and rolled out in  the hand. Slate dust can easily be  made by crushing small pieces of slate.  The mass sticks to wooa, to metal, to  stone, and in fact to everything that is  not greaay and__closes every  opening  air tight. Even if applied in a very thin  layer, it hardens only on the surface,  remains elastic, does not chip off in winter or run in Bummer. It is excellent aa  a tightening agent for water pipes, whether of wood, metal or Btone, for casks  and many kinds of vessels. If the ordinary putty cracks away from the wiudow  pane's of gsceen-houBes and hot frameo  the damage can be repaired without da-  lay with the aid of this preparation. If  extensive wounds on trees are covered  with this mixture, which can best be applied by means of a knife or a flat stick,  they will remain for years absolutely  protected from air and moisture. tne  edges of the wounds heal over rapidly. If  the black color is objectionable, sand,  ashes, etc., can be scattered ovor it aud j KiH^ton" Ont.  pressed in.���������Scientific American. i    " **"*    *   farmer's Wife's Story  Food Lacks Variety ��������� 111  Health Frequent.  Everything one eats in town comes  from the country, yet the farmer's table  WUl/HO     VAA*/     SW**t(       TS3_ mXJVJ       ������������H\*     Alia ,j TTXtT7      tlG0  doubtcdly works tho hardest. In this  sweeping arraignment Mrs. J. Y. Tate  give tho cause of her ill-health: "I  lost my appetite, gas formed in the  stomach and caused great distress. A  sense of fulness or distention, with  aching pains in the left shoulder blade  and b&cii, inflictea further suffering upon me. My system was sluggish, and  with other troubles incident to woman,  my state won miserable. I used to wish  for this and that to eat, but farmer's  table is. mostly for well folks. It was  a good thing I heard of Dr. Hamilton's  Pills���������they fixed up tbe Btom&ch some,  and then I oould eat. By acting splendidly upon the system, my blood was  made pure and * I got color and  strength. In a few weeks I bad no more  g������s, nor the full feeling ���������-everything  seemed to get right all at once. I can  cat anything now, do my own work and  feel life worth living."  Don't tail to use Dr. Hamilton's Fills  ���������thoy aro the right medicine to made  aud keep you well. At all dealers, in  36o boxes,  or Tho Catarrhoaone      Co.,  1  ��������� ���������������������  Mo Money  tn  It.  fin ope Of George MacDonaZd's stories  a man has a dream. Ho fa in heaven, it  is a city, not a counter place. The closest social life brings au very near together.  He enters a store, Selects bis ������e-  sired merchandise.      When be proffers  payment be iluu������ tb*t bis ssss? is sot  wanted. * There is so charge.   He eei-JES  ���������4rtb������r  stores  for various articles.      lt  .i$ ibc same.   Ha canns* spend money.  Everything is free, No one Wants money;  no one has any use oa- need for money.  The commercial equilibrium of tbe city  is stable, however. Everyone finds his  highest joy in doing what he ean do beat  for others, and ao.no 'one lacks anything.  Every ������rant is generously and cheerfully  supplied. Everyone la perfectly content.  This la a dream, but some dreams come  true,���������W. 8. Sayres in Pittsburg Times.  + ��������������� -"��������� ,  PILES CURED IN 8 TO 14 DAY8 -  PASO OtNTHBNY Is suarenUed to ears any  ot Iteslna, BMnd. BlMdt&s or Protrndlas  i la ������ to 14 days or money refunded.   Ho   ��������� _     4_ttV.  tae  monamincuou  tss-r.  ol view or ...  orthodox enough; but their father deviates markedly from Mohammedan  ideals in hia relates* with bis son. The  Piles  ��������� w������������  Dog With a Wooden Leg.  Teddy, tbe cream colored little dog  whleb is widely known aa Postman A.  L. Davis' shadow, la probaBly the only  dog in New England which wears a  wooden lag.  Harry Ladd, who ean turn bis band  successfully to almost anything under  tbe .firmament, has cleverly fashioned a  ���������wooden leg for Teddy, and Teddy has successfully worn it, though be .doesn't care  Just yet to weaf H continuously. But  with a Utile' coaxing and aftar becoming a little more accustomed to the unusual limb H is expected tbat Teddy wil!  enjoy his artificial paw.���������Rumforo correspondence Lewiston Journal.  k WINDSOR LADY'S APPEAL  Iv AH Wsateai I itt sent tree wMSk Na  iMUuetlona, my *eeat tswstsMwt vfata*  ���������ssHrilr esres leieerrfceea, rjfleetsMea,  DtatUoMMcU. Vain** of tb* Womb, rate-  fa! ������r Imtfalar pwteda, Uterine aad Ovarium Tttaew, er Ckrvwtlui, aba net yimsus,  UelsiMkatr, Betas to tkw Usna,  ������r newels. lUAeer aa* BU44������r troubles,  eana*s by -maJustss bwuU** to ������-ar  Yea ean esartaae treatnieM* at hessc at  a.WMt or ealy U esats a>week.>aly seek,  ��������� a***'* Owa aie<Hw.l Aj&rlmr," nim mm  &���������* reaasat.  WrRe  l*4ur.   m i.sli���������a,  C fsamiaefs. *+x \C %X\niAm*, Os*.  HIB GAPITAL CdrFENCTB.  (Buffalo Sxpresa.)  "I bear there was a burglar in your  bouse who got away with a good dttal  without awakening anybody, what did  Im taker  "Oh, the silver, several rings and  watches and tome money, but I don't  nJnd them so much."  Too doti'tT   I don't uriUetetand."  "The wrtteh pat the tire ont and left  tbe hot w*t#r running."  education.  Mohasunedaa royalty to     inherit    -av  thvose u*pon the      formally recognised  urladnle of primogeniture alone.���������Prom  te Figaro.  ���������      ���������    <i������  World's   Debt to   Chemistry.  Tbe effect of chemistry on dviiirataon,  says Dr. Maximilian Toch, has been  greater than tbat of any other science.  ^Engineering made but little -progress  untU steel and cement, two chemical products, were cheapened, simplified and  made universal/* Medicine owes to chemistry the discovery* of synthetic drugs  and of anaesthetics, asd ths progress  that has been made in tbe study of metabolism. Tbe twentieth century promises even to outstrip the nineteenth in  chemical progress, which will lie in the  fraction of controlling foodstuffs, applying the raw materials in the earth,  and refining of metals.  CURElToF LAME BACK  WHEN 84.  Mr. 8amuel Martin, ot Strathroy, Ont,,  passed twenty years of his life in misery,  suffering tortures from lame back. He  tried nearly all advertised remedies and  household recipes, but received no bene*  tl* from any of them.  Borne months aco, seeing Oln Fills advertised Mr. Martin purchased a box. The  relief which Mr. Martin experienced after  Im had taken one box, was so great that  he knew he had found the right remedy  at last. He used two more boxes and Is  now completely cured.  60c a box. 6 for 13.60.  At  all  dealers.  Free sample If you write National Druflf  & Chemical Co., (Dept. H. !���������.) Toronto.   ������������>  Entomological Hessians.  The predaoeous beetle, Clems forml*  earius, which has been found useful ia  tbe TTaited States as an enemy of the  plneboring Boolytidae, is to be introduo-  ed ia Ceylon to make wav upon the  "shot-hole borers" which are vara?hg  the tea-plants in that island. The ex-  perimenters ane only doubtful as <o -r,i*e*  ther the Imported inseats will thrive ������n  the tropical climate of Ceylon. , 'Ihe  need of a foe capable of dealing ������iW������o-  tuallv with the borers is emphasised by  the fact that an allied species of bonrs  Is attacking ths camphor plants aluo.  SltfPING DRAUGHTS  ANDL SOOTHING MIXTURES  A mother should never give her child  a sleeping draught, soothing mixture or  ouiato of any kind except on tho advice of a doctor who haa seen tbe child.  All these things contain poisons and an  overdose may kill tho little one. When  you givo your child Baby's Ovn Tablets  you hav������ the guarantee of a government  analyst that ���������'Mg mediniiMfc doe> -not contain one particlo of opiate or narcotic  and cannot possibly do harm ���������hut always do good. The Tablets promptly  oure all stomach, bowel and teething  troubles, and givo healthy, natural  mail at 23 oenta a box from tbe Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brook-flu*, Out. -  The  Postage Stamp's  Inventor.  Who invented tbe postage stamp?   A  writer in Chamber's Journal points out  that the inventor of the "adhesive post-  ;s stamp" -was undoubtedly BowlsnS  ill. In J.S37 he proposed the use of "a  bit oi paper just large enough to bear  the stamp, and covered at the back with  a glutinous wash, which the bringer  might, "by tbe application of a ilttle  moisture, attach to the back oi tbe letter." No evidence tbat will bear the  allkhteet scrutiny, we are told, has been  produced to support the various pries?  elsJsis to the invention of tbe adhesive  postage stamp.���������Westminster Gasette.  ��������� no    t-u������i.   uay.  Lost! lost! lost!  A gem of countless price.  Cut from the living rock,  And graved in paradise;  Set round with three times eight  Largo diamonds,  clear and bright,  And each with sixty . smaller ones,  AU changeful as the light.  fc*  Lost���������whsre tha thoughtless throng,  In Fashion's mazes wind,  Where trilleth Folly's Bong,  Leaving a sting behind; <  Yet to my hand t'was given  A golden harp to buy.  Such" as tbe white-robed choir attune  To deathless minBtrelsy.  Lost; lost! lost;  '  X feel all.search is vain;  That gem of countless cost  Can ne'er be mine again;  I offer no reward���������  For till these heart-strings sever,  I know that Jtieaven-entrusted gift  Is reft" away for ever.  But when the sea and land  Like burning scroll bave fled,  I'll see it iu His hand  Who judgeth quick*and dead,'  And when oi scathe and loss  That man can ne'er repair,  The dread inquiry meets my soul,  waai shall it answer there?  ���������Mrs. Sigourney-  is nag worn io mn^f^^.-  TOOIT r**  ���������am    1 *!  X1XS*    J. a..  1U1A  4LV MX*  _.^mtmt*. i p^BBWIsHBKWw9f   sW* '  r  i  warn prior ice  1  Ramrod   Discipline.  - ... _j true that the Germ  Prince has received from his impjr'.vis  father forty-eight hours "stuben tr-  reet," or detention in his own palace  at Potsdam, for some formal breach of  court etiqaotte, tbis will not be the first  time that he has inourred such a penalty. Tbe Kaiser, himself, when a young  man waa often in tbe same hole, fcco'ug  that rigid discipline of tho iron -amrod  kind ts still the ruio cf ths Hohe ��������� sol-  lewis. The Emperor has more than ������ace  given "chamber_arreat" to his second  cousin, Prinoo .Frederick Leopoid, son  of the "Bed Prince," who captu ed  M������bs; and was not even Frederick tne  Great when Crown Prince consigned to  prison at Custrin and 'threatened with  death by hia father, the kidnapper :>f  ~i������������.fAi>-_iiSsnm Oka JaroAan, Chronicle  FOR THE SKIN AND SCALP.  * Because of its delicate, emollient, sanative, antiseptic properties, derived from  Cuticura Ointment, united with the purest of cleansing ingredients and most refreshing e������ flower odors, Cuticura Soap  is urfroaled for preserving,    purifying  aad beautifying the akin, scalp, hair and  bands.   Assisted by Cuticura Ointment,  it dispels itching, irritation and inflam^  motion and tends to prevent dogging of  the pores, the causa of many disrigunng j LaocaahU*,  facial eruptions.   All who delight in a I ^^  clear skis, soft, white bands; a clean,]  wholesome  sc&lp aad live, glossy hair,  will  find Cuticura Soap  and  Cuticura  Ointment realize every expectation.  o <* ���������������  Mm  . year bona oe any   M  .vis.   Cart,  SjtlcV B  ._           bstttoof ^    ���������  ���������   - ira**mAg.T.������j8 s*p������vla Cawe  Vm&.hyVi*vme������3tur������Tmf*. duawutinltfarw  ���������_L   SO������ae3tfaiertltoJIA.ftB������SI.SJW  "I trw* and yon* SnMtaOiBa&ir lOyMnmaSBl  Bttmntmwi mud/oi>������>itkfarMtamSb���������aV  iBMnafta Jtow.  XsMSlm. w%������a-wmrfeons wftl SuseltMU.   O**  KanSdl'kliedayMidkMpUhMiSr. Owlw*--  ������*-������������-������ ������a Tbo Snisa-Vn������ hew tt ������mn att H-  Mel.   rr���������������i*<k������l������TO������t������nrtt������i������.  Br. a. A Btaaaa Ce^  Mussels Wild Animals.  .HELP WANTED. -;  W ANTBD-OIRLS TO LEARN KNIT-'  ,"    ting;  can  make good money with  sliort experience; permanent position aa-  "- "       ��������� ��������� Knlttlnsr    Co.,  sured.      Chlpmah-Holton  Hamilton, Ont,  Dr. Mattel's Female PiDs  SEVENTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD  'Prescribed* and recommended if or wo*  men's aliments, a scientiiicaiiy tpra*.  pared remedy of proven'worth, ihs  result from their use is quick and per������*  manfinS.   Pf������e sals at &������������������ drug &tvf������a.  -. ���������������-%wiHM������fi^i's  Table  Oue of the fundamental rules regulating table manners in polite society ia  that there shall be no open manifestations of ill feeling.    If the service is  poor and one of the party helps himself,  to the  potatoes:���������or  the cornbread* as  the case may be���������he should not be up-'  braided or shot.    Notwithstanding   the ^  high cose of Jiving, uo one should "<Srs.v" "  when a guest who ib' not of the clan <  reaches    for   the   last' pork   chop    or,  rasher of bacon.   Killing a stranger during a meal tends- to disturb the progress  of*the meal at other tables,-and is an  interference with  the  rights  of  other  diners-out to peace and quiet.   It shouM' ^  also  be  borne  in  mind  that there' ia  always danger of damaging the furniture, tbe window glass or the tableware,"  in the event of inaccuracy of  "might-also*-kill the proprietor bv error,  and be suspected of having, fired oy way  of'criticism of the cuisine and therefor*  The Connty Council of Lancashire has  found it neoeesary to appeal to* the  Board of Agriculture and Fisheries.to  grant powers to prohibit the taking of     .        .     .....       .��������� . ,    ,    ._.-  mussels for human consumption     fram   ������haraed with being ill-bred.���������-Louisrine  beds known to be dangerously contam- J Courier-Journal.  inated.  When  the   Council   approached I  the owners of the foreshore - they were  met by tbe objection, which baa been  7^1 /\  -e-*a  uphold, that mussels were wild animals,  and there was no property in them until  they were captured. One hundred million mussels are annna31*f consumed in  t..^...^.<^ ���������Pjom the Westminster G������-  "ir/HO OWNS A pRESORfs-TsOw*?  I  Ha������ a Patient the Right to Have It  Refitted Without -an* Order?  An interesting question for everybody  who gets a prescription filled is just  what right a person ,has in tbe bit of  Latin for which he has paid the doctor  and for the translation of which into  drugs he now pays the chemist.  .,���������., r~.~ .. , , ._=���������   _       Has he a right to retain the naper in  ^���������^CSuWiW^wll������ 1   *������.*������ ������* W to Frt^ftj.  Free'Vaseline Book. , 5   second or even a third and a fourth fill.  OHKftBBKOUQH MFO. OO. (Oons>d> I   ingt   The' druggists and the    doctors  ������70 Orals Ut. W.t Mentroal -    - ���������  F6R CHAPPED SKIN AMO UPS,  GOLD SORES, wlRBaUBS.  12 Yasdine Remedies in Tabes  Capsicum, Borated, ^Mcntbplated,yjt'arbo.  ���������*������������������������.  she  Was  Very   rarticuiar.  An organ grinder stopped in front of  tbe house, aud little Jessie, aged 4, was  given a penny to hand -to -the Italian.  She toddled out to him, and doubtless  had in mind a vuui to the groov?y, for  she saidr  "Bf you grindin' dat coffee for my  mamma/ please 'member she w*ants it  grinded fine."  TO CURE A COLD IN, ONE DAY  *������&se T.vg-Afuva  BROMO Qalalse TaSfaia,  Cnasststs refund money if It ������aSis t������ ������are. S.  W. OROVB*S algaatura is ea each bes.   a������s.  ~    ���������      ��������� i ���������     " - "  Pala's Curious. Will.  A Polish gesU-smaa has died at  Etampes leaving a curious will deposited  in tbe hands of the notary public. He  had formerly been aa inspector of ch������  native troops ia Teakia and wes 44  ycorg of age.  In bis will be cats apart a certain am-,  ount oi ius fortune io bs spent in vjrgka-  ti.������ _^     ^��������� ,__S ~.^-~<u X������--,     ^~���������-;i.-,  IKf PIT   moM  ttUUUW  WWWt It  111   vu������   *������u*������v%.-  ssry of hia death in. tbo lop of an. oM  totrer in his .native place. "HeAdoes'not  specify the kind of music io be played.���������  From the London Telegraph/    -  i  Post  Ofitces   of  the   World.  , According to figures just published in  "Postal Archives" there are at present  271,000 post offices in tbe'world spread  over ninety-seven States, which cover  an area of 30,000,000 square miles. Tbe  United States possesses the greatest  number of post offices, 63,683; Germany comes second 'with 40,838 offices  and the United Kingdom third with  23,738 ofices. Russia has 18,000, France  18,000 and Italy and Austria each 0^00  offices. The average daily postal business in the world amount* to 110,000,000  mall pieces of all sorts, representing on  the estimated value of the contents of  registered letters e sum of 908,000,000.  Ihe number of the world's' postal officials is 1,304,247, to which Germany furnishes the strongest contingent, 314,251.  There are 767,808 mall boxes in the  world.  PREC TO  OUR   READERS.  Write Murine Dre Rsmedr Oa., Chtoaco, for  4Mwte llluMratid.Bys.nook Frs*.  Writ* all  qulekl-jr slops congba, enres colds,  ��������������������� wra*? ana luvute, ���������   >   ��������� 06 seatsu   <** ������ -i i ���������-  ;<X'VN \\ y  ������������������"''DOlTJD'S .'���������',���������.  KIPNEY^  i sums  )\\  \nn "  '^���������11    'iiniiiBi jimp  23 thb:  Present Papulation of Norway.  Consul Felix 8. S. Johnson, of Be**  gem, reports that on September 30, 1000,  the population of Norway was 3,368,511,  Th* number of births for the third quarter of 1000 wss 10,105, against 0,060 and  8,300 for the same periods in 1008 and  1007. The immigration for the same  quarterly periods wss 3,513,381,     and  '������ ���������������>���������> ���������������������������������  Embarrassing.  "I'll have to gat another typewriter,"  said the  hustling man.    "This  one is  eonstantly stopping my dictation to ask  how some word Is spelled."  "That's a great lots of time."  "I don't mind the time, but It Inter,  feres with discipline for ms to have to  k������*ep saying T rinn't know,"���������-From tho  Washlngtnti *"��������������������������������������� ,  ��������� -- wm 4* ������ ���������"""' \  about Your IDjre Trouble sad thsr will advise  ss to tho Protisr Appllostloa of the Uurlae  Hy������ ItottedlM la Your 8t*olsl OtM. Your  Dramt.t will tell vou -tbat Murine Relieves  Bersllree, Btrsaittaens Weak Hrei. Dosan't  Bmart. tlootbes ������jre Fein, *��������������������� ������������������llsJor Mo.  Trr It lu Your ttye* and In Baby's Dyer, for  Soalr jVyeUds  and OrsaulaUon.  I   yi..  ii I. n������S 4 ������ ���������  Delicate Definitions.  Two chorus ladica were at one of Vie*  tor Herbert's ooncorU on complimentary tlokets,  r#Myl" oxelalined one of them with a  glance at her programme, "hasn't Mr.  Herbert a tremendous repertory t"  "Well, I wouldn't exactly say that,"  replied her friend j    "but he U getting  I pretty fat,"���������From Everybody's  ���������e**  -   ���������rm������ i^NDfiSMB. BXP^.W...5CS������*  txotm tntAM, tbe'vrsstsst nemsdy knewa  forWMk end Impure Blood. indlfSMioa, Ooa-  ���������tlpstloni nh.umatUm.  OsUrrh snd tor sit  Llvsr and Klonjw Treubtoj. ������������������,,���������,���������  ������������M0  KO   MOMIDY���������wn  Tnuirr  'Phonos In Tunnsls.  Tie frelKlit tunnels of Chicago will be  ������Md for a grest telephone oompany io  eat������r lb* Ii*W ta coajsctltles witli tfc*>  pri-ssnt companies, The new oompany  will sUuri with 80*000 liutiuments.  YOU  ir tenfl your n������w������ ���������������<! ������d������ir������i������ ssd we  wlif send you ��������� bossi ot PI1UM-J t iranoy  Pin* to glv* away with tho Pills. n������ll ths  nils ������c ��������� box, and wtt������a all *r* wid wad  the twoossiiU ol your "   '  I send you st one*, b;  us the ptowwOs of your iiIm (WOO) snd ws  will send you st, oao#, byX     ~* '  wisll tKMipsld, this  will ^pleaso you  nMnut Tint nn. wvrunTN mbdkjihm  CO., WIBPT, Wt. TOItONTO. ONT.  don't think he has. They think that it  would be pretty much like prescribing  for himself over their signature. ,  According to Medical Notes and,Queries Chicago druggist's and physicians  havo adopted tbe following views:  First-���������The prescription ib ait^ utterance of the prescrlber, who alone'should  direct and control its employment. It  should whenevor practicable carry the  namo of the patient, tho age iu years,  If a minor, and the date when written.  Second���������The pharmacist who prepares the medicine should retain the prescription as reference for his services  and as yeeord for a certain limited period, not less than five years, for the protection of the prescrlber, himself and  the patient,  Third���������The medicine preacrlbad should  be supplied not more than once on the  same prescription: (1) If ordered by the  prescrlber '1iot to be repeated" (N.  rep.): (2) It containing: mcdMnal sub-,  stances commonly called aarcotlo or  habit forming drugs; (3) If called for by  some person known not to be tbe original holder.  ;   Fourth���������Oopy of the prescription may  be furnished and should be written on  a speelal blank, containing a declaration  tbat ls a copy of a prescription which  has been delivered to the original holder and ls not to be refilled except on order of tbe prescrlber.   Tlie copy Is made  without recourse to possible error,    ,  t, In Philadelphia a certain ion-n    of  prescription  blank   Is often   used.    In'  addition to tbe usual printed matter  iipbntbe face of the prescription are  the words t "Note���������Tho conditions un*  dor which this prescription is written  will be found on the reverse side hereof," and on the other aide le found t  "Thio  prescription "Is  written for  th*  party whose nsme appears thereon, for  the presont indications only-- banco It is  not to be renewed without my written  consent and no copy of same Is to,be  given.   The pharmacist compounding It  will kindly preserve same on this pre-  soribtlon file."  This Is then to bo dated  and signed,  When such prescriptions come Into  tbe hands of a pharmacist a printed  sticker like the following may be used;  ''Your physician'��������� directs tbat this pif*������  ���������criptlon U not to bo renewed without  his consent."  Products of Abyssinia.  While in the valleys of Abyssinia nre  grown sugar-cane, cotton, rubber and  other troplosl paints, tho uplands havo  ���������xaollent pastures and oornflold*, swob as  may be found In Kngland.  MOIWO m-VN 'illAt.        v  (Ohleago Tribune,)  Kldetly atrangur (dlvpoftwY to be ao-  elsble)--1 s'poso tills i������ ono o* them new  #������������VUft������,j** j\*y.im������y<m.*������tl,������ii������ ���������������������������,'  Conduotor^Yes, nnoln, mud It's also an  THE RS8HI WAY  XaaUdbes*M     *  OSSYEHPEF*8#(RN^'?fEJBSNPa.'������EN2A,  colds* ere.  ���������i au uiifsa* ^trkAmmm*m^r ������dt������' 1-sMniM. is'St*  "SPOHN THEM������������  actawthe Wood sad gUcds. XtMoUOedlsMse  by cxpsuSv the disease jrena-fc Itward* oC the  ^bC^taafterhowUEsy oJ?^S?,98*,r -Afc  solstSbr ������km from *^r������htorblur^ A ii^  ess suelp tske It..' sos aadtl.oo: W.w aat tu.w  mSSSS. SSl by dtuttlstt sae: samsss aaslsn.  Dists4l)wt������������ai  AU   "STliolmusl*   Dtrnvarlats  SPOHN MEDICXL CO.,'  Chenlsltt and B������cfl������rl*������loolato  OOSHCN. IND^ U. S. A.  m  ���������ellerd.' Wrlto today anil  This elei  %m  u youw  ^.oo wo:  trade oo)  at ioo..norei  buitoaj-LWi.,  eard).   The������������ but  tons are ���������*���������������;������������������������  d we wM  enyesa:  aeonruv " ~"  iaentsaii._ .  | mo^uo le^-aad^tfca^^  ^ COBALT OOLD  usetiiaraeoiirtonstaw -,-w ,  ������ other aaents.and wfthoufbavin  aiVaiaMiitiwiluam  Ev<  ���������Aw  8heuld avoid dsngor ������rl Impurltlss In dsllvsry from the ovsntf  tha home.   Insist on yous* ba^r ���������wrapping His bread Iff  EDDY'S BREAD^W^IiPlRl  We ere ths original ma nufsettirars ���������! breed wrsppsrs   now  used by  leading bakara af Ottawa, Montresl, Toronto and other  .'������������������HIM. ���������.'������������������:.��������������������������� ,: ,\.yMv\V:y"A^':^/'^y:'7y;Vy.f X^'yyX^x^x  The L B. EDDY COHPAHY, tlmlted, Hull, Canada  yyxyi  [������������������\t'A.A,i>l  SOLO ACC0RDI0N.FREE  nsd, d������wi������ 'voiced Instrument,.with Wdeh^yiw tan  nil ulwuilo foreoneerts sad dstic������s, Urgs frsnia,  (iiUMtolrwIii two stops, double bellows, cboauod  ���������JNNMrtton  ������1syb**r  ir  ������'*   fc'V ������'<   *'������ 'Ml  wesstii  'gK'AltfZti. ffwt t** V^KIn,. funimlA.   As mourn i  ES^iUarW^^  twnts a  y whieli  ���������endows your asms-snd sddrm**.    sA sold.rtntltlausjbi  '.. Wf,  ������������ voii as'ie'tneta  "Um will Hnd a way, but tha   qW-   ���������nter-oayoupny ������ar.   I'laaHe.aten. InalAe..!,.. j ���������.f^T^^BiL:M1SmiM MEDICIN1I CO-DEPT. T8. TORONTO. OKr  tion la who ii golrg to pny the froightf   You're,dohy'.^g tho t,rw*lo,u ��������� ���������'���������\t ,������������������.>THB.pAiM^T^N.ysTOff^ fVHMPIVi,.WfT 11  HH|  mmmm  m mm  ISlllltiM^  THE   ORESTON,   B.C.   KEYIEW.  - - y&zAMsx''  HNS CURED  y^AAy''ItV*^.;!eitheri theifcli^ybr|bujra^Ni^y  ylinpjlg^  vX:ij^fl>^^^X^k'^y^'*' J'""-"'!"~'"''7'~'''~---*'���������'���������"���������  r_    _        yuayeo'^erciy..  yVyfulVai^bn^^  AywyAlAsAbeyTOok^  yy trie: Vrapifflyvyy 0X(AAXXAXXys0yyyyAA  ;;y plejybtt&^^  VA 5"V;where Ashe i^aS|fb*Vfet ileasfcioy few&nbf  VW;'*h������ntii"^^;-&;-%?*^^  l������fcAy*j(**-ar^  ^'bw^y^ii^^  S&insiny/fb^  ilfS'diSai^ll^  ^MAl^t'*^^  fAiAbenu^gl^^  yyueb^fel^g^^ yV^myytheipA  g;Vy'!p<^hA&  ;4!%twb!E^  ^���������afila*^^^  Aylessly^j^^  '''''^'AjjJ&yJw!^  ���������A^Onwtwd^^^ -yaty  last they sighted' their three fallen oom-  :rWes:ylyin^^^  :,%<9es������$i^  ;ASrbe;Aknswy^  into the hands of the savagesin"that  hoinriv'ti^  ^���������^&%^  much -������'ftroii^^  they shWed each.other the wounds on  the dead.;;, yy^AA-yAyyy vAXA-tAX' y-.'y:  AyAHbghea^yt*!*^^  masTand-Vj^rV-a^^'vw^  Again Joo "thanked Heaven that Norine did Vnot undsrotand their '.- language,  'pry.Vjn^  ;the������:'faobd}ye^  ;AA"$briiiw!^  :l^^yJfolds7yqfVVtife;;;'W    Then followed a inoet exciting expression of their, feelings, as they TieldT; the  customary, war-daace. around" their if all-.  ea^pinrade^ Athat  he badyr^ed her side  and..was hoid- j ������0������d Be m������t"Speedily^eng^I  SAVOuVcan  ihardi  iS^noi^^  ������������*02J?e*yH.S gums anabata^PinJwarlln"  Bold by aU druggists  *i- * *$������* Bigranteed.  w.������ ���������.  a^,.l������,Me83,.--''-Befu8e'subBtite������  ItU^W'leMSS^I^AlWalJiSP  use.-  ^hb 'eaut==M to bar lipa, bzg-  &*'���������Mi'ln&'dlSrisJ'.^Sxi'd ��������� .VipssRiolsslV- :  _ yoneV.jS: ^     t. _       _.  ging hsr��������� to drink,.. long and copiously,  all forgetful that hie himself had tasted  neither food nor drink for almost forty-,  Aejjj-j-htAhp^  KvVIti^-w^Arioty  would he take food or. drink himself, and  when he dideo, it seemed to put neW  0t*:JLk0k&.yyxX.X.yyyyy y 7y: Ayfiyiy iXYXyfc  y!:iyy?iS*^iuf:3mM  around you, Norine,'* he said; "it ****  your bright coat and hood that came  y;'bdKA;i*M������yi&  ':|l*5lBix^^  =y!y!''TtAw:<'^  ������ine,^^;$wp^^  half a dozen scouting parties of redskins,  attracted by the sound of the firing, may  SWV-httifS^gy:tdwai^  s'idiBmiw  hour passes and none approach, it- will  Abe AweltVbnb^hyitoA'^  y%Iabs>^^  ' V Ihren Vexhaustcd asy she V5������s from her  ���������trained position, Norine said to herself  that whatever'Joe concluded to do must  ^cerUriibl^^  i^S'.TOb7*!^^  soon as they had appeased their thirst  and  hunger^ from "ti* provisions   and  water of" tho savages j tbey  heard the  yX:.'^^.^^x**Tt^:yi^^^  brief .half hour when it had arisen, and  now it had; entirety -disappeared behind  a huge bank oi dark,leaden elouds, and'  ?Ji^Vl^sbeg^:Vto; s^&!?hea^y*!0S,^^  .;������as^:-fSi5t, because:- 4ha heavily falling.  -" snow would more effectually screen them  "-��������������������������� -- ��������� ������������������ * '''���������--'^������������������'-���������^'���������-'''''''^heiri  :.Th^"-.. .vsld .l^Wi^;:i*hi^''d������|*n������il ja^  demoniac yells, were horrible to hear, in  !ibefe#bIbod^ ySThenyy  as  suddenly aa tiiey  had  begun,  they  became quiet, and one of their number  seemed to be laying out a course of pro-  *edui&������yi^^  yyAM^i-^^  understand/ this time their language got  the bsttcr.' of hirn;. sot one wordvcould  ^V^m^*eh������ii^^Ayaf  The snow had been .falling so heavily  Ibafcghad^VneaM^y,i<������t  ���������that mountain rbadAbyVcomingVauddenly'V  yiiv:^nt^t.VwitiAa;Vnest A oiVV^emAsbbldaiii;  ^'b'is^ilail^jBSo^  y^Vi'ot'A^j'^ni^  ;^a^^^a^^p&Xt^e^cm^ &&X0y$niX  tlnuetyher"|ief forts ?b^;:^eeryAwbr^;*|M*  APiBuitfatVAlen^hi>;tir^V=i^t*aro' ^aiserte^';  ���������>y"I*ycanubtygb. a^yfarther/;Jbe/'2yi!8heV  ;:i^te^;|.^ISa^yso|M������d^o^^  Vy?AH^i^ldV;^AtlmA]^  She was *tbo- exhausted toy proceed another step;, there was nothing for it but  ���������'^ytl^il^XT^XXXx^  ���������^^a!H^^^^^m^9B^i0fff&Mphea^''  ^jrblM^  ym^ihjgili^jmV^haU  j-Ht]fc'l^igirl^^^  ^ySe'aw^^'b^yhe A' ^oe^diedAVitqVSwr^f  ;thqVybli^et::���������s*i^t  ^cai^fy^^riovihgfii^  i; ������������������''>��������� y'-.t ������������������:'/... ;:XX-*':*rfA''',>y-r?jX;-r<.-",:-,-.. *:���������*���������.-<'���������>'��������� ^.;,'-;-"i-i-,.":*..''r'-;v SA^.A'X.':  :.of^y-iyX'XAYAAXyYyyyxyyxAYXAyA;AYyy  Ay'^KnoefeiiybuirVlji^  ;;ltttlbj;^Npr'hie,^hea8^  ib^lik^^sleepife'''ire^e^  :!-Xyi ySnowfiti^Foe7/'? s^eAi������swered;; -"but  (���������'rtiyseen^ .  able to close my "eyes again, xired as I  i^^^^r^lljv'in^  y|l'?Ybu;Amust|8bi^^  tbis, and- keep them closed," he answered, throwing biro self down on the ground  wttay; HCilet-'. distaiwe^f^mJ.K^Vj^dy7ciba*y  ;������nMhis|^^'^7;^a^bt;e^^  ^yiaeavi&fpm^J^^  ImtilfeTOnljy^ile^li^V^^  ���������??erds ;trsilsd slowly ��������� toward .the . last  of the sentence, and "ere they had scarce-.  ��������� *��������� ydieftyVjaw^yyq^Vhis Ili^hJs^e^flellA  ^-^T..''-.  toAijU'iftT^y?1'^^  renca ior them, Joe told himself, thank-  dians fell upon* ^oru?e������s>ar, a great cry  yofv:tewbit;VOToke^rl(^  *a-y^Welw^ib^^?thia7it  VVici^psriidly;l^w:e 'wr#i3oat-I; Idstijlbatl^AAy  ;SyA^:?wa������^li;th^  her that ^ebyehances-of escaping disr  covery were. far .better than: oa~ the for-  Vi������  orbi'a^etftb^l'twi my gp^yer^tO;  wheo tfiey ycome' within- earshot;  F ^I'jwUl iomy^biat^or^o^be Wave,''  answered the girl, Vcatbhing. her breath  wlthta'^ ifiaf&iiiiimA**&^  His eloquent loQk thanked her -more;  though they eoc^^  about the fallen braves as carefully as  tbey could, it did not seem to occur to  surmis������4i ;that they were discussing the  probability of their, having fled ia^that  ;?:.������:TbJs'n'obnyfct!^  four of their number turned and disappeared through the underbrush toward  'the^-Mi'm^ xy  *yyyT^f^j;*bat|^^^  waited ia painful anxiety to_eee what  ithi^;irit������atd^;'?^'^  would the two sentries: which they had  taft^ behind them.remain under the" tree?  ;SflyS^^^^ithi^.^heA*.d^a^  thia time-the forest was probably alive  -^���������Ur^ied7^^  There was another thing that troubled  Joe intensely, and that was that neither  )Nir������"*������^^'������fMsis^v;^  hold out much longer; exhausted nature  would; slowly, but" surely assert itself,  and the result would be that tbey would  become ioo benRuoibeu .to niaiaiAia .their  hold uppn-tbe'bRyaahvS.much longer or-  their. s������sts upon' tiie limb Vof^jhe' tree,.  whioh tho on^Moiag, yind V stoi^ was be-  ginnin^ to: sway lorward and backward.:  ^l^y'w^wtedAvfre^^  within the next half, hour, all would" be  hover with them; V.they would fall headlong down-r*j, down" to the feet of the  senlries sfcajwfing rabtlonle^ beside their  dead at the foot of the tree. Already  Job felt a lassitude creeping over him  whichVbe Ase������^^  ;g|||v||Af;;CKAw^  A;;:VB^y yatv^beVjmiOTe^  i������een������d.Vdarke������t, a bright gleam of joy  brightcscd- their hearts, for the savaoes  suddenly determined to qidt th^V yjgii: t  ^BelowTdbl^^^^ hbwverf;7;tt^ytbbti  ,t<are to o&fully' cover their fallen  ft'?-.  i^d-OOO; .���������:������������������ v.-,,:.;..;,.������������������>: ���������,,<���������*;<���������.��������� n>n|j'. *"���������;.������������������,'.i-^tv.-j���������*><,.: '.���������..j::"';v1.,;.yy;.r  'Vy Joe! reallzedihbw: eshaustedAflbe must  b*y fjrom the ^fo**o������a poeMion, and to  how ygreat a tension her nerves must be'  Vatre^ed^ aad.1-^ypltt  depths of Ws: ���������gwatj'loyaly.hea^.^If.rhe,  Aobuld!;' 'hoveV Vgtveu/,^eiry;:;;-di^;Ab^.V-tlia.tl  ,'s Wood lo save ber from the  Ashe ;wasyVui^������^oli^        would gladly  AbavC^oauAso:'  agoaj  gladls  ^yeryj^ui'^^p^gbt^b^e^iao.  ���������h<wA^a3aVaiid ^aMyliw^liii^!^-^  bb^see^^A^AbJ^  tbVyin^Atnemj ;5desp^  SivAs*i"iBb'^*,sat?i^5OT  ^At&yaiiffbiiACa^  s^.|d������S������tlbWSfslnsr^  VyVyS^iwoiidere^  i^Vfn^-sihc^AlittJe^l^  :herAh^^l^kiH^5beBAl^^^  She seemed to have but a confused  Ideayof all that had taken place on that  aaracrable^o������>Hitidn between;' her false  lorsr and Caowsky, the half-breed; she  remembered the -'unexpected encountre  and that" Clifford Carlisle had ignominl-  ousjjr tied, from her. What else, had happened at that time, try aa she would, sfie  ^XaX$l^  'a.l&dSm&Toi ?iibe^b*jiiid?;  seas, debonair ������traag������r had  bben but  ^tbbAtrttaiMiS?������Yj&^:t^:^  -bia^V;be&"yiBV!������fiaffiCbl^^  f.ii<|pfcy]*^?i^  love   egisin,"A' moan ed VNorine;   h������r  Up*  8he.Ar������a������l������ed: poor .Tec's love- for he?  now as she, had'never realised it before;  but. alas l when one loves another, there  is no affection toy give elsewhere, deep  ^;ber^^yymigW  S|;S^;lebb^A^:;<3^'sAi^re;^^  her heart; ached for bini; As yet she had   ifl^tvh^^a. ::pt;;'������bw������  s; cheeks .blanch^ as heA-sratslifed'  thijiny: Hoy knew full wellf why they had  tbM , pwtcaution r tn^ ^AiiaUaed;  the wolves .that infested that heav-  Uy wooded forest would soon put In an  appearanbe, and ;J,^hoi������9.'own; A safety yde-  manded that they should leave, with a  ���������Uiiil$*;ti*a*^  which -tbey packedv the snow about the  bodies  told Joe"'"  *������  w  '���������-.:��������� Itjwas: the Utt������i>eat1 of ��������� torture to him;  to kbk on and see tiex in dlstnees, with  no means b| alleviating her sorrow. He  bad , wra-nipidi ������i*V dafkWankot: around.  her, ishelteringAlw ,from V the V^  mi^ her ^ obmfoftablo as he counld.  HeAttQuld do nOV mora now7 iban await  onoonruw of ib������A savages, boning  , ^;;.depths.yb|,;^  ������^ba^������ptn^;blboda^^br';^  :*B^;-fco.^<*bldi;:^;^^y XXX.  v  _,      ugh-i^troiiss toward t^  yrmiMi&xji* X^x$MiaiX approaoblng,  running forward, as fleet of footy* the  VIore**t,,6������ek;''������nd*; i^'iti^^prnv^mot^  ,, flero^ous'.y|^it|^#;>'gai^  Ml':X*Mtt'y}vi''xwhlaperedip,"and if you  sparM the henrlngof thoir ^vlld iliouta."  Norine' dosed her. eyes, \\ and y pressed  a^V'.lwiwV'blimkeiv^'w^  ean, as be had sugip>ste4r--to slitit 6ut,  .-^^-IIMIllllll^'^^  '"'������������������������������������'i   X'XAXX\XyAXy,-.yXyX-  VU1.  VM.vVfajr.  ���������iMuids.  MADE tN CANADA  1*1  7 Pin,  CHIMiCALLY WiM  ^..���������'..������������������'���������r.iAX- > \ i:-���������..,���������,.,t.������;'i:.: YAYSiV>,> Aa::-.'  Canadian aovwrnment t������*t������  show *wo have the* '< purest,  nnd hlghostatrongth goods.  W*t Baker* ������nd - Cateror*  *v*ryvrhet*������. ! Cost# uo'  moiw than trw Inferior  W ttr'^iihitnrfif r*t%' i'������s������ivI  .IP* w,W.J.1M!JK7TT w<fsWf?���������J  i". '.ii'v'if..i'.Ti*iiMs^'Ch*si;irt....'".i '  ������������������^���������r������Mi       that,y and ytho   ^fc^^wolic'y'toiy! swratjpei:': owajr-y *v������ry  vestige or the discolored enow and heap  clean^-uib^yiidjbut^  with }*t' ������tr������ju������;'. ���������uncanny^; chanty A that  sounded horribly weird, they retreated  slowlyJnyth������;;-wi^  c(������ne.v,:yy::.y:.y|;':AAA"iyy..V'::s^  ..'-. ���������, Norino; .watohed'v.'hery bbmpaulon. mutely, and/he knew the quiwtlbn.she would  ask,' ��������� and answered it. y^i yXAXA'tA'py  I'Yes, we will leave our perilous hiding plaoe, but < the dangor we; may meet ���������  will require all our fortitude. Whether  w������ go or stay, 'tody,'dangbry inAthb aaino.  Are ybu equal to;|t,^^ llttlb Nbrbiet, I|i Is;  only for, you Jt few--obiV >NM;;iyoiu,'i ;���������'; :  sA7^!^ereyer ���������' you: Y lead''il-': ^ea^vvlollow^i'  abb answered, with attempted bravery;  Wlthoutf another word of comment^  he b^ped her down from the tree to  whlbh sho bad found refuge for no many  Ptu' * moment her limbs scorned ���������.*." so  bonumber that It waa with tho utmost  dlfficuliy) that abb could take   a single  |W^^^|| ..I   y y,'.,..,.....',.i.i.iv .v;," :' .' .��������� '..'.   ,       ,      ..'. .',. '-.v. y1 y.'.'' ���������','  aylflwieywMlby oiter,A^ie f oiinidV Joe knitset  j^;yyb6f^ey;h������iv;. 7,vigGr(>uslyy:i-ubbii5gA -iicrv;  ���������fei^Aa^V hain^ywathA������iro  yA;'Wlwi%v^7'it?"yBilw^^  lytAy?'D^AIAfeiayasl^  ijM^Vt^Ayb^yylywiasy soytiredr^oy^tire^1;  Itittiuat hive dtnfted off .withjout'^'tnow-'':  i^y^AXMAyXXAAYyAyAyAXX yx ,y;Jt|  y.VHe looked ��������� *wyhei^ griping "maifiillyVtoA  Viibipress has Vdksep V^tation,V as he answiajy  '^���������.i--7y::7^-''>^y:iv^ASy!v^^yjV*;;yyAy;yVy: y\���������������;.y,yyyY  J;A-:y"l*"bu;Abaiin^yn������^^  yto; 'a^keilA;b^in',ANibp ATMs' ��������� is^whatj  :^Mun������yhieiaJr;^i^V^etii-^^ Sebt^yygy:  ;|3;^s; yhby afpi^^  sturfcled gaze a huge black snake, fully;  ;--|^Vifb^Vteii^;jjm������TO>..'^  Vberavbtoot i <^0AAAX{AAXXXXxyy.xA:AA.  yV^fHe^badVychaOT^^  tfiaat ypuirare. eooitirely in hi3 ve-nomoiis  power,'and he was: just about to etriko.  Instead of ���������wa/toilif'ng ybu,"as I had promised, to do, I fell asdwip, awakening witlh  a teiriuMo start, a aubtie premonitaon of  yias������^3S^.������^yjitM iii.:; -tto;;^<dcyb^U^:  ^"ib^.swvje^y*^"^������  Airulfe'imp^  Jba|^petw������^^j^  self*biere at jx>ur foot; life would' have  '^je^^t^iov^mmJ^yX Y  B7-!yy?^Aub^AlOb'kA  Ww kbowaa tremibling, and gazing at it  ���������etaU:A'w4*nV^fas^  yorid -tibe pow Of  ajuioy^jig you fur-;  V'thi&rA y VKAh^Apaid *i'brAr&Atie^rit^wi^  Aitav&fei'^Vy^^AyV'yy^  yyKd^yyl^j*srjp*6*ifeoi'^  >*epta*eV -^^iw^i;^*8 tend'.:;;bf VaVkk'iTgJswikV  fa^Ab^^.itjJpfr^  'unSiesrijOT^ii^cW^^  r^Ho-JdSd^ia^-^  euie to (be another reptile of the eame  sQpecios   near  about���������4hat   they always  .tmvieS^AHJfep^^  expeobed to *be oonfromtod by ite inate.  have not rested bong, but time is "so pre-.  ���������cibiMjtlMi^tiVfeAa'^^  ib^VmbaMe^Vi^ljp!^^  1V He' assisted ber to yber  feet, noting  wrJtJh &n eohing teesrt how weitk she was  :^������rii^yt5uiMrj|^^  ihie^iib^wes^Sy;??^^  : :eirvV5fcrin������ "������SiJeygi������H  ing. that ehe" made no a/tAeonpt to atar  .^������^;ri������^'aj^f;w^^'j.:2^vbS������  w4^|yVsbyVnn^':V^^  :Ay;^jtfV-fAi{i^|l^^tQffi  pa^A,Maui*^yA(V;yK  ti^'ca-ms-into his face���������it ^-ea shnoat  ;IUbB.V*-ji^B|b^3B^^  He' took "her hsund m eiienoe and drew  bbward7. MnZAxA ^A'XAXX- A r'AAAy  :iy:dby^^?yBei^tb^^  lABi^'ibwt^^^  "SCoad^������uSc3^ ","  VVAT^ysajfe^7ob9niiCTyin;:t^-  ,Xoi^������':������w|ia^������3s^|������ai^   'V VJ.A^''Boid-bonWBQ&%" in desire-���������  if  ^ibvie-  rwnSiod-^   .yy  she re-  D.%l~B.6Ji2.JUiJf  mmmmm  ... yAi^x:Mi^^^i^imsmm^  \AA- .,:���������' ^yy.y"- X \\:-'''''������������������' "A   ���������',.���������::'������������������   ':*-.'.. i. x-.'/^X--:--xyiv.''X'\''X'x-'. ^tiAi'&-:?"\''--:-^%ry^  ���������jf w#',;: '/...V.  W*w : ��������� y'^rw������������    -     ������������������ i*a^   ������.'..!���������.���������:*.*::-.-.������������������ "��������� ��������� ���������-, J- ���������'.i   ���������-,������*.*.���������'H'i/,,.-*-r/'-ViJ--',!r','i-,'i:ijr.;w*y<  ,lirats>:.ero'uTA,iliev;/9uriA'piiaaliA|^^  XXXyyiYXxyy.^yAi.v. Ay:Y\yyy:AAxYAAAX^i^^ys^yy^^,  ^���������^^rt:':������::kha:-jRo^  :���������i^;|Si^:?Fr^Y*SB!s������'*^  |yvAAB������iials,: LoB-doc,.' Etsgls  TheV^eccentric haibits7: bi some  iii  tfbft^'.fims.wke^  ';therefbre,Vit:.i^A'i^  Vaiiyy i pecaiiary actions A of ay  quiring into Vita'couditibn b:  y?;yMdrec>veivAidbg8 "f are'i  IWA'.,lA..*y������,.-,-.v.yy;..:.^  inceiA*b^^y7pl||3|^^|  iMMXXi#AA!&$0iM  a:j^ \im^YAAm?mAm  yjRe^clgthiSy? yArticle ���������; yati'd ySe^y,  flA^pnytiv^er. ve :.;E x^austid^^y  .|^-ji''^feUnpw;'';oi������no".y'^e^^  ^HibK^bne^anyfallAlhan. the V'ahxictylibfA  ;^U$yJn^y'the!;j^  yina^'Aor{SheV:syiiiptbmsV' 'of!'.;,"' 'theVy;;illneBs"y  yf romywKichl^u";:;V.!sirf fer." X !:.'Sbi7';!writess  ?!A^;^Ei|B^yi^dsw^h;v^^  .^'igamija^ressm'a^^ '.assureSybuy  ftMt;';Se^iug^.b^  AuponVbirt'sVcBystemy!tha^^  ^c^^^t^afiJ'a'm}Lcbm^  Awi^ytrenMMb^:Vb^te,;'a  ������������������^yyI^p|iny!;Vl������alt^Abyy'd^^  Vtea;!^rATOffeb^||'Fi^u<^tly.,^^^^  'ViiightSfe^ouib!;;;^  te������ingA!aMyy������ndy!;ihys^lf V; ^I^^as^A^t.r'ena^7''  :bi^g;^,*3**^n'};m^^  thin'-V-an^AvVipalejiyVa  'wr'etch'^^^hen H'l^^ :.  thlsyyan^Vthat?.^  ca^b?hs^tedVbyy:forbbodi^  :&D*iet^yyi^^.:ti^!vtfam^  a0i^;Valli^u0this^  have been able to last anGther_year had  'Iy^bt^restbredAnryyhew  ;In)yevery?������ wayy^e woxqni^i^iwe^.gbbd,'  ,jbriie^Ju^  ?mey;strp^.iWb^/;;7^bdVr*an^  ;cblc>rAand 'enabledyiM^ytpAsl^p'!ywelli!';:y;ln.:  ;w^syih^!'ieyei^jy^bman'^^  ; "Perrbsbhe'-A !ydid yViiie yehbrmous; AgobdyA .V t  yw-Uiiaiway5;.^3e^it^#VA:A yis':; t^-diseaaf^w  ^Nb-y^'Mns^^  yei^;!^y^yh^;soycertem^ V.si^y"jit^yya^:';th^'AM*^V;^  VPerrbzbhbi^tr^ VTbey fira^;slgM^a������;':r,������e^  :^aia,;*V;SbidAby^'alI'rdealeM^ '"'"'" "'"     "  six boxes for $2.50^ by mail, from The  ;CatarrhbzbiieAtto^A"En  ----- ���������-������������������ -v.s,-l.'-w  to ���������ramenaberA55Av������S^i&@  when.; m-iAAyxyaym^,  >- -o J.>it. i";-.;:t^y������irWi'jif.WiW  i yhealth.;: ypyy. y0yyy^  sul^ectA^o|^l^^g||g|||M|  :adi^y^ich::are!vbxyVb'tteaVtoi^  TabiiMiSy i"*pa  ;^en^tekeniy;iiBV'sign8^bfc;^  ���������aa^V^]*efrticAebnyiU^n|tw������  ���������'itsy^dby and !��������� Remits ''��������� aA frothyv^iiY^jrbiay.  VitSVAmbuthj;;~thb;attack::'l!Mtey^  yminut^iVa^yytlwyyd^VV^^  ���������invh^!a^]a0i^''^;3  VyA7It V is'nbt;;pbwible;;iq!;:mato  : ba^ypaper.'A.of X tbe Vy'sy^tomsyb^^  !wbioh;^caarot!;:bel'nu3������^  ���������/>"'i"!'C*l'C-  "S;-SSS.  t%WK|sy;*������sw  yi-A^a&^g  foreA'au' own������7Aouli^fii^taiuv'^^  ypl'vi'-BikiUeld-pejtaon^  Vabinu^d^byVhis.^i^a^^  Vyyi A 7dOg-';wiUi;lap?;wiri^A  :ar^'!'iiia^'AWa^.^id^y^  ierb'^ f rbm'Ahydropholua^  :' H ���������-^ fd^seaieiin ;the 'anbariifi^  is;!'tl^A-^iseiii^Ain y'the-JS  :^^;  ::yy.:y%i.  mm  ���������������<>���������  ;7diVES?CENTSAyDAV^  ftlfihA  Pes   Moines   Man   Makes   Offer  ������SAy^SM  w;f'i&o!j!e^^  pledge to "use "neither tobacco nor liquor  Samuel Saucerman, a wealthy DeaSlolnes  Sresddenl^l^l'yjgiv'ey;.*!^ aAdayi for;  three yearsVaud -another dollar at the  ^nd^btytheAtbr^y*^^  giiAii^thefVwaMetti^ .; boys  who accept his proposition to save the  ;ni.ckbiaf and Vainestth^!^^d !^i*erwisb:  have  spent  for- tobacco and    alcoholic  drinks aMVpntithein^^  iy;h^ts5^������^sa;������i$^g  dog's behaviour la entirely changed, and  i;&;Vbb^tenMcey7^  aninmi becomes dull, glbbihy  t!u^^;and^tr^A^^^^ '"*'  jtbe^wayVplaces*  its master; it iooks  .yaa^jefiprfetbyjfe >..-.,-.,.-,. ���������.,-...iV,,.v....v.���������-.1. *.������������������<,--.-*  |dro^^|^&Vymojnenfc;Ajtt^  ������������������ia^fere^rbMii^v.'b'f^w^  iybjpsf s^rin������:;.with S^sad V ypi^n^ttiei^  "flbmetii!^  ?.'ixyssM?v-  . Osyiw������������ We is bo*������sd to ehssge.  Ify7]^*^-!^!!^^  V Solbve niay grow so dark and strange  f^^Ri^;������tVbecotow0  ��������� - _ $MM������?A%''.i?>!YyX;y;:i   %,.-...-.?.,v.,y:s%,,.,.. .~^. ���������*,....>.,������..,.,-,-������m  rbp^|^icb|.it^hid^;AorVi^^  Vmqmi^fe<!it|;'l^V7d!<^  ^c^birw^er'"''' "''''"         "  none  delusions  yheart  ^'s^sia^il^^mombnif;, ._ ^  si^irwue^I^^mip^^  irflm nfttiiTa) aociahilit? frt disLcrree&ble-  not had the opportunity tb'tell him  how cruelly he liad been' misjudged by  his *. friends apd nelghbbfsV-thaty~ they  ^^���������������|belie^'Ahe5hVBA!^^  :TO^;|express^ii-bn^  dreaming that^ he bad fallen "into    the  nuias r 'tnY'. ihe. usspgipwvc;' Fs^riisinX^A.- A:X ;���������  ' And as she followed this thought out,  : shsV^r^ai^red ^'s^denlyAAy '^������^!tbaJ*^  Jo*������  :'vi>ut  Ay.obe. note4 It,'and: It, wrung his ,   H^nrt^lyli^tbe koenest palnj nnd, weak  M;'.Jh������^iirM,^i.:iW6uMV.;hAV������':* oarriadvhw.  n hi* arms, If ������^c would hwye permitted  him to do>������kXy:-xy vr..^���������.,"..:'���������.*.;:xi'vyr.;-^,  '���������^V.%������W.7;^t*fF'i^  wihhyt^'gravsfct^  ������������������M? W *<* ^.Norine'* mind dwell upon  thia. He saved '...'Mr') from every pang of  'dl-rtr#M.:|������a*1l'4M^^  ..^^If^yoali^bb^;^^  all will -it* well/', he -whispered to Immt.-  over and byer agaln,< ������Fbu^iitage������Teross  the mountain dallyj you ;know, and we  would not havo so long to wait to catch  one bf U������*i)iiu";"' ��������� .*"".'���������"''���������.X'X'X; yy ',"���������,;'''  Joe dared nbt> follow ibiiy main path t  (He danger of meeting some stray band  of;. Pawness, was! top grant, v so "V they  threaded V their. way tlirough the: tblolt  underbrush,'with m*ubhdlffleulty,'making ve������7 Uttl* progress. If he had been  alone, hb would have pushed Onward  with much more speed i having Norine  to oars for, hi was obliged to eontlnua  ,1^..}&uimy.x'���������', ���������',.' .'���������".. , .'A "       ,:','.','  . Ths' redskins -and tha beauts of. prey  ^sra' not tb������! only fo������# h* fwrsd; th*  mounbain foremt was thb home ot the  deadly moecisaln make, and'many other  vsnomousspwilM, as wsll.  ��������� l*T*st"tV#V'<lfd''ii������vt s'tta^V pr**w lnth������'  wlnUr nibntl.t- being at' that" tlm*' In  '    ������MM|������H-^^-������^^d������to*^;iU|  - full ;������n������wjr.;#'(;tf������TW*r,< who HA nutly  , , b^resbed.Adetern^sAibn^^  stroy the "village  of ..Hadley and mas-  sa������^Vthe;Aiimabitants./7;y^  AOh^ACjikNdVl !;h-^!Athei-r.^nefaiib*uJ9!  bften^put VIntb; 'exeeutmn^JVAy'A^yyyy.  i$i.Tlrt*^vliia^:'f^t;'*Fm  ���������musty push on; she:' must! awaken  and toll :him the sywfuJyBto^yy y  Vf"',;BHe:AtribdAVtbSbpripgVyto:Ahe  her 'limbs irefni**! to obey her;  could she utter the cry, on her lips; her  bve^Vner^ysaemedA^  ���������v.'VAiadi/M^.tfci^.itnb^  "world;seemed, to slip, from her; the deep  ' snow' seemed to melt and stretdi away  into grcori Vpastures, wh������t*e brlght-hupd  llowers rioted     In the sunshine   Vand  birds sang the sweetest of melodies among the ���������grebn, waVing branches. At her  ieet a purling rivulet leaped over its  white, pebblymd, dancing onward with  a iwhlrflng rruh; pausing, not to admlrs  the snowwhlto lambkins that com, down  to'Its motsy brink to slake their thirst  as they stood kneth deep   In the A sweet������  pink eIovo*v Then, slowlyj the singing  of the little rivulet at yher feet seemed to ooaieiAthe blrd������' botes were stilled, and the terrible stillness "around and  about her seemed to grow oppressive.  Gomethlng; shone like twuisolntlllatlng  diamonds >t'her feet, among the    wild  flowers. The sparkling jewels seemed to  way*��������� ;y.-.toA.Si.nnd':V vIrb������������������'.--'.'tir^i^'a'nd**���������  frorT* impelling     her     almoet!    unoon-  solouslyy";. !to^:' ;sway,;i- .���������!��������� "to 'yyvand-^f ro A;to!  kberp -Wnve;w|tli iflMxtn, Tb������ bloodseem-ed  ���������bo ������T������*die ftwim h������ l*������ytirig hw as  ooM'.;!My iee')V''.bey'Vltia^  ���������s/b; lltioir.' *Jido.::.". 0be>V- ooaild'. x-sotfe' b|ii.v������ v^btb^rodl  a.; muaola. etim 5���������rj^mi'idvyfi^^fii'htx'  pwy Mfe 'had dnptotdod upon it.   Sudden,  ly, li *i*^h������^ng eoimd'Airwi*; .'this nir, and  . jrinaV rnsill'ced'A'Jrki:;; bibin*,; .,  yWa-imyah* returned to oo^swloipness.  Is Vk\\������A  __��������� fcioiw *  Ch>ldBh*UBlnf������  * '^ V��������� *&' i*i*!!::i^^*iNw������  tlfsl H������jt������., maiaatsad 1/1  stsfa. ������nrtm*M7er m  jewels, Iprtbe sals al 4  1^s������i*wJy..a|le1a>6X,  Mw)  '  f#f ��������� ��������� wpgwywi ������������������ v wi *fp  , w^^^ns   mm wT*4Bspsa^sspi*sn|i ^vT'--.  evli^r������MMML ������������4*ttk  pliitiiS wtae litev aad  WfS&m ''inSen yoij b������y#  sttad.iiu the mossy if sad  Unm aim* Mt th* Hm*A���������ii+&  am w* wUJ. aud *������*,  'I ���������wveaaleaef ea* oftim  w*y laiid������������W* lUiiKa, pliln I**  Wtt^ yiriM*<(W������,ai������onM, M������������4  s^i������m Iiiitwsdi4t������ir tad we  wn,  wuHMliissly and  i,tN������,P������is MunsiHiy  away I* imreli������������������r# *������T  n'l'i ���������������������>*������W4N������yW<  taa f ���������* '  If'  *S*aJicVie!e^ii^Vt*6;|^^  els V of:'earthly happinees , was   '��������� reac&bd  1 wirsffpwt''-' m&m'-yigg 's _  fe--haitrtr-^!������^  v-i^tB^7vB^|ii^^  ! He forgot' thwir surroiindiii^e in the  groat peaoefod joy tbat flooded Ms souL  AH thott.lue bai Buffered waa forgotten  ������3W*���������������  of that mo-  m,  ": Maay abptber' who hmsd ��������� as fondly as  Jos dftd; ocuM not have refrained from  bwartiWngbfa love to bee then and there.  But Joe Brainard woe-too uoble for  Never until sifter be had placed her in  i&s 'ssrss Off bes* good cH gs^rtdife*^***r  and bto bid vrtf e would 'he tall the girl  ;lsc^Vin(obbi;';6iab;''^i^  with ber to let hfcn profcect through the  ywam to come her lifje, wUoh'.hb; had eav-  ^,:j^.*������ii>i^;i^^^^  ���������:. Ho mado no attempt to oooverae with  fcrwysAVA-.^^  ���������fcicl hear so near him, and >to pick out the  hetat sterpa for h*er twim^n^ fecit, with  tbeA/omyttr in Ho beairtV tihat tih^ ndgibt  !,a,r*^yb',*vif*a^  :������te*i������������  -'������*'��������� ''"^ ������l������4r������HM������A������IMI  to.  ���������tNtMiSi  ���������Ail 1^  iMiir. 1������*  ^gjj  s .,.)!���������������,���������*..1 !  .*),-.": ".ii:-.!  vra and on they w������J*^^  ;x*^xW>rwVej*<d'' !.-tt������Mi::vwih������eowe������;^  ''itlnjiwW:;irtgj������': <rfV.w������f^  A Arfc: Ibngfih, much ^ Joe's oliumii,! ho no-  tio^l A tinat: tbo'. ������un. >vn> fast ainklns la  'ttii-'wiejttvbveir. tbe h^'^6i^iiti^&A^^  3XXyVXXX^Yfo<-^  ���������aM^XaX '"'    **'!*"^v$M?&Q-&  .::|y|.SHo������,,Fam  !AV:;T^;:yi>inb :',:hbg������. Vybf tonbylli���������i^!'Wl^^oh���������  \ ^ght^.^., ,^thlas'!:^U.M^ni!^*. ���������  ;toirn7(.;.!^lr^!nur^aeers A A X mnljii^: lower  sum ishould'they convert them Into pork  Ohotxi and lard; It has been estimated  that the animals, after, the tHsppsal of  evieiryXpiaii"<���������<; will be ��������� worth more; thaia  1000. Th������rb will be B60 pounds of bams  ftfbm'^.taib'.A'Abbib 'poyber* !;and'7an'''^ual  amount b/yShoulders. The butchers Will  but! off1 ^  Tlie entrails, cleaned for iuw for sau-  sag**, will tip tbe, scales at 185 pounds,  while the blood, which finds Its uso In  sausages also, will weigh nearly 100  pou,ndSi,,,A.:.;:y:Vi;':i'y ,,:.yy; xxyt^'Xtx,:::.^  The bams will be sold for $100. Many  housekeepers will pay tho $00 whioh will  dispose of the shoulders, The amoupt bf  lard that*!will bomb from the hb*gs ?eln;^  not be! approxlmaUd, but will bp scvoirai  hundred pounds, V whioh will. be sold at  the rate ofy 14 betit* a ppundv?Th* plg*f  .feet,yrttl ysasllyyi brlttg fl cents apleoo, bo-  cause of their slses, In addition to tho  leaf lardi thb entrall* wlirbe stii������mM to  obtalrta variety of laid.. Kven the Jialr  will b*������^'bold for.iisa In making plasbr.  ������-LoubivIllo Courier-Journal. <���������  .'''���������'",il' *>iw������..ii������ii <lS'i������"Sl"������"������������'wl'������|^������''','���������^ ��������� ���������  Ojtbways of the Misnissippi hand liiVe  regularly, each year since 1808 celebrated  their acceptance and occupation of th*  Wlilt* Ksrtb^^  Minnesota.        , .������������������'���������...��������� ;���������:       'L.' '���������' '���������'..���������'  Within the limit* of Its bounddrt**  In northern Minnesota these people have  como out of barbarism Into an advanofd  ���������tag* of civilisation. IfYom being Amer*  li������fi^ wsM������ end hblplfiNS elilhlfen they  are now cltltens aiul, owntiri of the lnnd,  wltb deed* duly slgivd with their own  ������lgnalur*������ proving (heir dalmmy  AJitwin to thi* y������iir tlib dnyn bf June  l������ snd t<l are o<il������ibr������������t������l Innkad of July  4, thouvh It Im *fcrtfti������thl������*    th*t h**waft������r  th* AmrtHeans' Tnilfp������nd������*n^ ,I>������y. will  ,fa*������wn^t) .*s, th������h* own, Unwi ol rwjulo*  lttg.������^������r;.^Hr*^iyyi:   ,',-y y'.y y;.;'!'.'..!  'A.A;;A.A:vA;A;..:;Vyyy:;,A.A;y;...'..'''..;y;.**''"-'.'���������   ���������  ^ri*A$li^^00,! ThbV n^  he is perfecting_to help. boys : Is Jtp be  'i.V$o!^Yifc:i  monstrate his earnestness, ha has deposited in the name of "The Trimmer itand"  ! ^iO60^VwhichyisV^ra^ngAj&^s^'fc,^  . The' plan as outlined" by Mr. 8aucer:  man is to take boys from tne age'of nine  to sixteen and organize them into,plants  ;!or|^mpaniei^!pfAy^  iyhjR\fbj''jfehi^  at which, time they would' discuas! and  be taught economy" finance and how to  earn money, clean'living and everything  V in'jlliiby tttpiiU&iuiif^  y.y-KiM!hyi������yy'on.'������3oinnng-stheiWUP^iWW  Cf-ive $1. The. boy must deposit with bis  dollar 60 cents, "to.ahowA*good !:faHh.  Starting hi������ bankiaccount "with. $i^O,  each boy will receive one penny per'day  for three years, and at the end "of that  period he will receive an additional fl.  Ibis will give him $12 if theyAJjave not  saved one" cent themselves, yV He urges  them to save their nickels ami dimes, so  fU������?tb^y,pj7*e^  yTheAple'dgc each boy takes 'bu;joining  "The TTimmer Band" "is to aoaUuii frba  tobacco in any form, intoxicating liquors,  gambling;of.any kind and prbfaneyand  :p.-r������t^.es:.������,v~������.���������������������:::w.rT-~iT.^*.-^������.r^'';-v^������r-;*^^  ;h������f!^V-ttbij"^������  :cbns������bus ��������� of Vitaseribus-cot  " ' '"*        'iX-i'Ji.l^SfciKtft^1^^&'f^5?fe*S  ������V.:"'*v^a������������3*V;ew.:������a^sS^t������^K  friends  una,  *ad^s:  ana>h*������,*^!*|WB-;:n������Bs������������������������afc*j;.{j:^rjL un. ���������.;U������������>i-.g'i.-.'.j:.������.i<  language.  <Kp:  mm  "*������������'  'FROIIIAlHADOWISilft  I^IIHiODfSlWWlH!  h the Cliaiiac Kf. ^liaaii5 Pink  .;���������'���������.���������! Anaemia^hloodlessne88--is a trouble  confined largely to women and growing  : girls. A;jjtsy:victims'1, are; ���������'pale'ivv tbey^loiMi.  all strength--the. least cxerUonygreatly  fa-Ugues them and they suffor' eonUhu-  ally irom hoadftchea and deprwsedSwlr-  its. Nothing will cure anaemia so qtivsk.  Iv orVso-surely as: Dr.yWllllanisI Pibk  Plll*~tbey!: have ycured thou������aftdi������S,^t  cases, not only in Canada but; ytbrQ-tj'wh-*  out the whole world,. They do ttds'^^^W  cause ! they mako good blood." A Anibng  tho������B;;!bur*d!*!fbyA{th*w y pllls'y is -Mnti!ftT^;  Chalmer Hartley, Bast ;Flbreo������?evill*i!;Ni  B., who BayIri4,Atvthe"'age'*:'bfAblxtb*n'i:i;  fell away toVa me're;.ihadow. I had  soarocly any blppd, and suffered from all  the distressing symptoms of anaemia.  Doctors did not help: me In the least;  *nd, aptlng, oh the advice of o friend, I  began tai3ng DrT WUllams' Wnlc Plfl*.  They effected a remarkaiblc change In  niy condition������ Indeed, I really" believe  thoy saved my life, as I have been well  and! *trong- ever slneel took them,! t  also rfiobmraandoa tb*! WUst to a nalgh-  bar's; "daughter who .waa similarly run  down, and they also completely restored  .'h*r^*������lth.'!;f:^:):A;;A!A:Ayy>'V,A';;':7^'>;'vWy;)!vi,  Every-woman and growlno-girl should  tske fir. Williams' flnle Pllla obbnston.  *lly;' If you are ailing from any bf the  many troubl**! which afflict your *ox  they; will enr* ypuj; If yon are not ailing  they wil protect your health and keep  you w*W and atrong. Dr. William*' Pink  Pill* are aold by all dealer* In medlQlns  or dlrebfcat ffO c*nb������ a Vox or six boxes  for $������.w from Hie J)r, William*' Medl-  eln* Co.; nroekvillo, Ont.  :��������� " mut W< ������  ii   ������i������. .  ;V'.;yyVVVy.N*w;y������ant*;:,F*;Trail.,.;,,;:;���������,.-  ..  i^ '���������'BSte^ ^'������hw������>y m mile* Jong  through tho "nhort grass country" in  w������*tarn Kanaa* wpujd not only prov*  an^iUttminatinr object Jongon "for th������  onWr#,>Btatji but for nilytha. oountry  ftdvWOH. Tho paopUr'.of western Kan-  *a������. hftv* ���������tartod * mov*m������nt to afford,.tb������ worldJu������t that objoct JeOW,n  In toad build ti(r, From N������wton7to  tha Oolorado Una It Ik prorwuM t^,  opnitrttot.-'������������������.,* i. oontlwuou* boulevard  alonjr tlia Arbansaa Rivar and call  It "fho KwJSnnUrFr Tmil/*-From  tb* Kansna City Tlm**."  '.'ii'. ���������������w ���������. i������4i ,������i0,  -xX'XxA. PUn*  mmmmmm  Onrvlrtg.  . An Italian JowHrr Im* rsrvwl s  Swm\' ������mU*  Limi sliiifw vl". ii , uoal, whieb  iii-i:aA#*ll.of*bi������al#f������ nfold. ���������������������������.���������.'���������'���������������������������  ���������'....    ..,'.';.���������   '���������������",.'  I... .. ... .i y.   .'V. .   ���������������������������  rabid dog tries to esoape from  probably fearing to injure bim  eirs Vwbp^it^ld>s������ fAandAtben'"'  "^^b^ngV'aVpngTwit^  ^mj^oti.ltltt^lngiri  at a quick pace until ii*-strength 'iiu!isi*nAAA:  T^f.li-  ,~y-ti  Wffl*  I  ty* A^i$UTtE$y;J^  ���������;^It';|*;needle*������Vl^^  '!the7*wws*eaing:sla^;bf:th������'7n^^  viSap^mi^fi'-ti*^  ylstay.b*twee^ .y b,: rsbldVVc^  : 'bitten' by. it.   This notion oftba lwd* ip ^  the lnwie������dlftte ::,B*^flw;Vj������f:y^74^*!^bi*w7  therit Is rsbldor not, lnaUit4 oirtotb* ir  Isblatlnii of the anin^, and sdlowlngtlui  yinteirvnl^itb7.^*^^^^������^*^}^';:;^!^  real condition.,;:. How fresquently wottM  AisiS^..<^nii|rj������^  ;pOT������)onirdm:,t***f������br:'7an^  ..���������ijiiria^'k'^iMaW  ;,dog'^a-pwt*d;bf!h������vln*i:,-rabI^  :6ne','.th������t'! has.' WW en other rfo&XM-pboffi a.  pie, should '..b*..', captured7 auid.- ^pltaooa ivii* V<y7  confinement Aand A "��������� vObndlt^bAcarefiillarj;  Army  'yXAX  'xxXw  SI  //&:  studied for,^'leaa^Aten'^day*.);��������� AVi^V'^V)^!:!  ;y Beduce;.'ytheAAnutnb*!r!'- bfVVdo^AillJva^Mr:,;;;/'.'  year thousands of absolutely us������l*������sanUr  mals *re bom, and allowed. to grow up  and. wapayy, ���������������������������...���������' .;..',;���������,,. .������������������.",:���������.,, -Xy'AyYy^ yy. .,;������������������'  y Tlie objeotloii to:the, mw^p.'MiikvpT^  ver^lve meMure consists In the olroum-'  etanoes that, It cannot be kept on an t������Ii':  r  mbl nlglrt aud day, and always. ��������� PboplwV'! A  murrio their dog������ when they vt*a*:tb*h*'Hy'!'  out Into the streets, andy remove tb*.  mu-ufl** on returning to their home*, Its A  order that their dogs may h* more com-���������  fortaWe; and w������y be enabled tb'"''*hiW.';':'  food, for no mnnie hat !ye't;'beonVcbh-:''v;"  wm  struoted that, when  animal  oH.wIll permit an'  *ingl* f  to !������*Mt������ food, wlill* bplng,;���������!���������** (  a real protection against bites. It Ja n  curious elreumstance, and'bears atfoiijriw'  on thi* argument, that In 0������rmsny,,  where. doga < are munled all the year  round, and.alvewher* during tlib.tlm*  dogs have been mtittled by police order,  no rabid dog hat* ever been'found with  a muiral* on IU head {but mHny raW*l  aoon hay* beeiq caught wearing or oar-  &Wtte*^,i!*';j.to&������i,<muEsI**** ������s>-..;  that th**/ y eould ���������*a*������y bit* bihir dot*  or. men.. .���������-..' ���������"���������.,'..���������>;./: y.it;;r.' -\- ;.<-y���������.'���������*: .:i.' '-ArXX','  ' yy:., !..rfr"f���������������w'4'������ i*i"i.i'i'il 1' .,..'. /   Mu.t Hsvs Elsctrlc tlgW*:     y  Th* looomotivAa * bir the Btit*; o^ Wi*  dlans, pxoapt tltoi* used for kwltobinf*'  ourpOMB. mu������t be equipped with elMric  hwauUghU. ������������������'������������������ .���������":������������������.���������'��������� ���������'" A",,.'!...''!!  yi.. ', ������������������������������..ii.i..������ii#it������������a...i.........I. ..      .',1,,,  Th* Manhattan Brldg*.".yA  "i '^*f���������''&***. lbnftb ,of th* new Wanliaki  Th* toUl oort of tbe bridge, lnoludlag  MfcT*u4at������, is tt|io,t>i3,Wn>, ihe weigis  of th* oabUs Isflsoo tons.  '.iTui  ���������������!,.���������, TH't*. C.RES.TO*-* REVIEW  nrwin r zwxrATVAf A>J BANK  .  '    OF COMMERCE   '  BEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, President  ALBXAKDEK LAIRD, Geteril M������Ed;>-r  rS'IAUUSUED   1807  Paid up Capital, $10,000,000  Receive Fund, -   6,000,000  Branch** throughout Canada, and in ihe United States and England  Wild Rosa L,odg& &o. 39  KNIGHTS   OF   PYTHIAS  Creston, B.C  ITi-et'. cvoiy o hen* Monday from June 20  ro O'jtolii-i 4 a? t'   o.iu. in Speers' Hall.  Geo Broderick, C. O.  li. Jeuson, K of ������t   & S.  it. S. 13evm), M. ot 1������\  Vihitinghrethion cordinlly invited.  'iir.imrTii.-in-ir-.~fT-  -   '   .^���������^^m,������^  A.    C.   BOWN ESS  fk>*51 MTDV   ft! I������: S Rl ������**Q   Kxer-v i���������������lity afforded to farmland  LUUiyaril    DUOEl-*t������v5'0       ,.t|,ers tor tlie transaction of tlxur  banking business.     S.iles notes v. i.i bo cashed or taken for collection.^  B A Mill UP   RV   R1M*     Accounts may bo opened by mail  and  Aft Kl N VI   ������ I    k-'"* ������ *���������       ruoa.es de-x Mte.1 or withdrawn in this  way with equal facility. lx"*'  PEROT B. FOWIiBK, MANAGER ORESTON BRANCH  "Wholesale Wine and Spirit  Morchant  1  CranbrooK  m  J  Plows; Wagons, Harrows,  '     - 1  I r    Potato Diggers, Planet Jr. ,Go$4s  AT   PA PVPP'S   HARNESS  AND  IjA.S\VLiI\,J       IMPLEMENT  STORE  j i  i  FLEURY PLOWS are the kind Everybody Swears BY;  Other Plows are the  kind Everybody Swears AT.      There's a reason.  The Creston  cRevielfr  VaUUhod every   SVidsy at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Orestoa Pnb-  liahiss Oo., at their office, Fleet Street, Oreston.  J. K. Johnson   -   Manager.  Ralph G. Scrcios  Editor  Subscription, ������3 00 a year, iu advance.  80-Day Notices, $S; 60, $7 50; 90, $10  *^ x^^^i^^^^^^at^^*^^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^  s ���������  I Creston Drug & Book Co. |  I  Creston Hotel  XXII  Under New Management  *  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston volley, cir  culating in over one thousand homes throughout tho Creston district. Om  oSLvmJk are open to correspondents on live actions ot local ������*������������*��������� ������^  tributions m-det be brief, written ou one bide of the paper only:aud isigned, not  necessarily for publication, but as evident of good faith ���������*���������\n^r������l  in our endeavours to increase tbe usefulness of tbe Review by ^n8*"S������iu^J,  ad������e^isena������itersub80riptions and news Complaints from subscribers as to  SoA^ipt of TOper will be promptly attended to. Address aU corumunioa-  tions to tbe editor.  .^  they  on-  At Kelowua, a little town on the CXkauagan lake,  grow tobacco successfully and now have a cigar factoi  erating, employing from twenty to thirty men. At Crestou,  horticultural and agricultural experts say anything tbat can  he grown anywhere else in the province can be grown here.  If this is the case, why doirt some of our land owners stat t  the growing of tobacco ? We would like to receive communications from auy of the frnit growers who are iarniliar  v������ith the growing of tobacco^ and hear what they have to say  on the subject. Creston is "badly in need of sonie industries  creating a pay-roll.    Why hot grow tobacco here and have a  / hea to advise our customers that I have  taken o7>er ike management of this business  beginning April 25, 1910.  We %>itt endeifitar to give you a reliable drug  store service, "hfilt carry a Complete Stock of  Drags, Drag Sundries, Stationery, etc.. and  give our best attention to all orders.  W.  A.  McBean  %  -������.w  \/OU  will make   no   mistake  j       when you get off the train  "~       if you sign the register at  Tke Leading \ t&e  Creston Hotel.      Travelling  men  will  substantiate this.    We  study  the  comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  Our   Guests  Call ^ c/lgain  &.  I  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  Motan & rNtead  cigar tactory running in. the ue-^t couple o.  will  CUJ U1UV   lUUlC juj-<-  ���������n t-1������.a-n tTto fartrvrtr at KeLowna.  Schoot Heport foi the Month  i .     i        .  ' - "   .'  'jrotai Qiiroiinent for tbe month cf Avrii���������S-"  Senior lilvis'im���������83.      Average���������2*  Junior Division���������60.     Average���������40  Duly 26 pupils attended the full 21  day?.' Tbe following ia a complete report of the absentees: *  SENIOR SOHOOL.  Days  Absent  TCnle Arrowttnlth.,  2  Bert Arrowsmith     4  Marshall Burton    1  Frank Bamfbrd     -1  John Broderick*  1%  Ullan Cb&reut  2%  'Kiln Dow :...-.  2  GortloQUpln   ..���������.........'. '  2  Olive Gilpin    2  Hianloy Uondron 2  BlanobeHendvon   .../.;.i    %  Poroy Hendren 8%  HiiBile Hurry ..10  Bortlia Hurry , ..17  Kttiol Huseroft '.������������������. ���������    Vi  .7obn Hobden."... 2  Kilo, Lenmy  c  CIim. Lcamy. , , in  Kobert Maxwell  0  Clarence Maxwell...'......  $%  Jennie NIoIioIh   .............................17  Andrew "rtittemon    7Vi  Frank Pattohidn   .....V.......;....'.':; ;' 7><i  Tholmer��������� Wiiiler  *l  ClyottleoWlalcr....;  4  HoyBtocUs   ..;.....,........  c  Melvillo Burton 14  Margaret Atherton ...,..,...,11  is due to the parouts or tbe pupils them  "selve-.    We wish to assist the parents in  training the boys aud girls in regularity  and punctual! y.  Th? "Mes'* for the month iu the Se  nior divibiuu alone were 85.  JANE DABBYSHIRE  EMMA Y. DANAftD  3.  _     P  IS  The Pjeasure In a  Srnoke '\    't   u  cannot be fully appreciated onlfess  the quality ot" the  Cigars and Tobacco  is good men me fdll aroina-'cf  -the fragrant leaf will he there and  eaoh whiff will be a source of  delight.  Our stock is complete., and every  smoker ������au find something *to suit;  his taste or fill his needs. "Wo  bave everything from the lightest,  cigarette to the heaviest' plug  smoking, tobacco.        *"  JUNIOR SOHOOL.  tteatnnld Athflrton ,.  4  Arnold BaincB 2  KateBolTey  .. 2  JotiophOdrvor - 12<^  Lily Cherrlnfton 10  Itote Chorrtngton 10  David Dow i....i...;.......... 0  Atuy Laurie  &  ObM. M6P������nlc ay;  Affnei* Mef������alc    <yx  Cecil McCarthy 4Vi  Nellie Wllfton    VS  Atdro Wilson    1J<  ISdssr Benney  5  Joine WUdn %y.  Lavina Wild* It  Denxlal Maxwell ; 4  Haxel Andrew  l  John Andrew...  1  WlnlfreJ AUiurlon  7  Ada Nlckewoii  1  Alice Nlek������mon   1  .llortlnBolTcy 14  ni*rtliaMcLcUftn 12  lUaol McMillan    12  TUitU JFIutclilnnon  IB  Kvolyn Burton ..U  Wilfrid Burton U  Leon C\iftr������������t 20  Tho following Government hooks aro  miming: Univerenl SpcUiDK JBook--2  coploM; EH������entlnlH to Health���������1 copy;  Arithmotio, Book I.���������2 copiou; Arltlr  motlo, Book II.���������2 coplcH; Arlthmotlo,  Book III.���������A copion; ftoudcr, Btiuichird  III.���������8 oopioa. ������������������  IC thCHft uopie-t arii in tho ho<iit>������ of tbo  ���������pooplo of Crouton or vicinity, ploaao uotid  thorn to nohool nt onoo.  Tbo notft������ rwiulrtd in explanation of  ���������.LscKiCc cz litcsc-r^i sr? ts**jit t*> -wW*.  'District News  K  E. Oartwright, of Erickson, left on Sunday for Alberta and it is * rumored 'that  be will not return alone.        ;  fiTels. Browuwas called to Erickson  last Sunday on a business trip.  J. Mclnnis, the bush foreman for the  Oreston Lumber Oo , had a brother arrive this week from the, East on a  visit.  J. H. Hydo, of th<* Oroston Lumber  Oo,, was among the host of Eriokson  peoplo doiug business in Oreston on  Wednesday  Inst.  Murdoch McLeod', tbo postmaster at  Erioksen, received a telegram on Satur-  day laRt stating that bis wife, who wont  to Seattle, "Wash., recently *\Vas seriously ill. Mr. MoLeod left at onco. for  Seattle. During hia absence tbo storo is  undor the management of bis sister Mrn<  E. Harri������on. On Wednesday a tolcgrttm  was leceived from Seattle stating that  Mrs. McLeod bad died iii that city, and  in consequonco much sympatby 1a f^lt  for Mr. McLeod in his and . beroavmout.  ! oresion Wine r% spirit uo  We'are Agents for McLaughlin "-.';.    . .^  Democrats, Buggies, Wagons, eta J  ���������M  You Save Money by consulting us before  Buying Elsewhere.       Easy Terms    '?  POOLE  Prop.  s  CRESTON  iSLSLJUlSJLRJLSLSlSlSL&SLSiSULJlSL^^ I  j i       West Kootenay.  Take Nnlice lliat Clayton O. Wrlfiht, of Ferule, HX!., jeweller, lntouds to apply for permission to purelmse the following described  lands: Commonclng at a post planted oh tho  south aide of the B.C. Soutnern Kiillway's rlffht  ol wny. about one und one half miles in n  westerly direction from-tho northwest, corner,  of Lot 8U03, G i oup l, Kootenay, thence west 80  ������ihalns, t.honee south 80 chains, tlience enst80;  olmlnfl, tlieiic<> iioiih SO chains^ to polni of  oornmencement, coiitnlnins GJU acieu, more or  loss. . ,  .Pftted March 4th, lfllO.'  CLAYTON C. WRIGHT  t  y  .1  P, Putnam and Ohns. French loft, tho  foro part of tbis week for Oranbrook to  ���������join tho 0. P. B. eurvoy party undor IB.  Mallandnlno, Nelson Birown, ox-poBt-  master, also loft- ou Tuoeday for Or'an^  brook to join tbo ��������� namo survey party.  Al. Hondvoh rilso loft last Sunday for  Saskatoon nn.n prolonged visit.  A fow ovonlugB ago Mr, and Mrs, W.  G. Pi'inco entertained a number'of thoir  friends at thoir now homo "UiltaroBt"  at Sirdar. During tho evening whisk  was played Beicntiilonlly, nnd mnnio  both vocnl and iustruutMutnl, was iiitoi-  sporfied during tbo ovoning, after whioh  refroBhmontflworo sevvod and alljproscinfc  say they had w royal good time.  Fruit growor** attention!' Tbo Review  ban received a largo supply of Hhipplng  tags; Wo are nro nlno prepared to gut  out any fleaigu of fruit {jrow^Ht' Inbehi  on Nhort uotioe, Wo hnvo hIho n lurgo  Htook of paper yon can select from. Don't  fail lo give uh a oiill.  KOOTBNAY LAND  DLSTRlCT���������Dlstrlct   ol  West Kootenay,  TAlce Notice that. Alexander A; Gillespie, o-  Pernlo, B.C., real estate agent, Intends to apply for permIs'ilon to purchase tho followlni?  .duMerlbedfluiKlH:  Commoucini; ut u poMi planted ut the south  bldcof the Ii C. Southern Hallway right of  way, about ono and one-half miles 10 a west.  m-ly direction fiom iho northwest comer of  Lot OflOS, Group 1, Kootoiiay, tlionce south 10  chains, thonuo east 10 chains, thenco north In  chftlus, to B.C. Hout hern Hallway's rlglit of  way, Ihenee west lo chains, itloni? said iIkIiI  ofwoy to point 'of cominonooraont, coniulii-  lna 80 iifiiM'H more or luss,  Bated March -1th, 1010.  ALKXAJ^DBRA. G1LLKS1UK  Having completed tbo survey of tho  111 .  aubwny at Orostou, Mr. ObaB. Mooro, P.  L.S.. ia mow Workiug oil .tbo sprvoy for  the proponed soworago and will havo it  oomplotocl iu a fow days timo.  r*% i ...   r\   v> . ,iu���������,.  V*������4        **J       ������*.*l i..o.t>*������*       *.f+*  fcbo U*tl*wft������ U &uX oat I! the ������ctirK������^ J Wcdu^i^y U������t ou a boblnuu ti lp.  S  CRANBROOK - B.C.  Tho  Funeral Director  A. MIRABELLI  THE    CRCSTON   SHOEMAKER  Best Workmanship  Boots and Shoes' inude to Order  A Speciality  I  Adlard & Wisler  i   ,   House and  Sign Painters  ������ <i  Kalsomintng and  Vaperhangtng  \. '    VICTORIA 3'tI^EKT,  CRESTON     -     B.C.  Say! Johnnie* can yoa telt  me fyhere I can hire a Good  Saddle-Pony?  11.  .SuteJ   Try the  CRESTON  LIVERY  ,  It's the BESTINVOWti  '    There's a   Good Dray'and  Transfer in connection*   Also  Green and Dfy Wood*  piced Bolls!  Spiced Bolls!!  We have d fresh supply of ,  SPICED  fA*.'.'*'  'j"������.  ;.i-.'i."(  The Greston  Barber  Fine Cigairs and  ';" ' " Cigarettes  '.    ALWAVS ON  HAND.  < *    i  Pool Room, Billiards  '' ���������     * <��������� and -  Barber Shop .  "���������BATHS",' ;';"V"  Bpti? tfot ahdvCoia"''  .M the 'AX   'A''..:   r:''"''.y.,,i.;'.,,:;  TonsdrUt Parlor, F6itft$$ti^  Cameron Bros*  PROPRIETORS"���������  These are ^ooelosa 'and take "the  place of Hani or "Bocou atva Low  Price tbat "will surpriso yoa.. . ���������  Fresh B'eeV,. Pork  Veal and Mutton ,  Fresh ahd Sfri6ked':"Flsfi  Of All Kinds'   '    '���������"  P. BURNS & Co.  Llmltud  CRESTbiST  f  X&.C  Starheig"S Co.  Wholeonlo  Pi-ovlfilona,   Produce,   Prult  Clonet-Al Co?niiil������Blon Murolnunta  NELSON       -        B.C.  wmmmamm^mimtmm  ���������j^'^^^lVV%^'%^^^V%^-������fc-  OF JNT������REST TO mUtt'GROWERS  TJriH TH TO OKR.TIFY tlut I havo' inspected tho Nutnory Btook  ttvovrn'by the Illvuvt-idtt NurHerr, Grand Dorics, W.O, and found no  iufectloHo (Hunaoen. ,'���������   ,     ��������� '. ' ������������������   '   -'  Tho Htook in well grown and of excellent qunllty,       .   ,..,.  JlDth Septomlwr 1001), M. S. MlD������UiJTOK,  AnnlntMiii- Provincial TlortlonHtiriat  i���������  cr������J2iil*o^,  u.c.  On Sirdar Avenue,  '.'..    A '  '.    .'      .'���������'-., .:'������������������' .':;; ���������!,.'.':. Y.'i  .'f'-'.-nr  ..((l/llllr.JlW^-  mHim  9i>y^A^iAAAlA'hf'  i'MfVt\  Wittier*  ������/:\>!f)y4'rt,\,  '���������m  ��������� t:i'.:>\>:>~  t0ttmm^ii0m������kii\fii m������m  -������������������^������������������':--"-'��������� jfci������i������;iMi������ii.ii<iiii)ii)< 'it  *"A<A  ii-1 j'  .���������.!���������_- XA. i*.  Chicken &i; Every Stivrday.  Illjl^i;^^-^^:  *  .'.' ''>���������'      '.'��������� l'*>r#lWi*! ' 'A ;���������- I,"'.'./,'.! *':'... 'i'.'.'.V'V  ^-.^-^'^.^^^v^-r-^^  ���������iw-.),;.  ,-��������� ..i'jlil  ''Hoii'4k\-.M^}^h^^  %"  .a,  \'-i.,  ��������� .i.-i-i  Ky.'j.' ,  ..i.vi,;..  ���������1 '  ���������,1V.;:  V%sw*rw**m>  ''i''r\' .V  Xny  11 /,.���������!)���������,; *  ������������������:mk  '���������'������.������,;'  XuAfiry,-!,.  AXY'AXy  ������������������,' s'  ���������u yy. ���������aSHII  ������v^-X^;rjtV:.*'H:A-'.v  TIIE   CllESTON,   B.C.   REVIEW.  ;.yiiV4V.i:v������:*������'.'i^V.iV'y^^3^bi^  ���������������������������-      -   ������������������" .'.w-'-.v^wiwr,-  IBiil  (C. W. -Sash in the Canadian Farm.*y  During tho winter months a great  many farm horses have nothing, to do or  sue worked very uiegii'larly; ihfc is undoubtedly thu hawduit treatment, the  horse geis. D*y after day tied in a  stall with all the fodder befoie him lu*.  can eaiinumtt iuid ������o ea-oiowc, is veiy apt  to biing on soa������e trouble th-t-t will ic-  quire i/iM������ *t>rvices ut' a Vtituiinary surgeon to remove, lioise? when not at  work should he tunned out to exeieUe  dm ing Jit lea.it, a pant ot every day, if  not loo itouuy. and their grain diet  m.iy bo roateiiaily, though gradually,  cut'do.vn and so������i������ rooU substituted for  it. These will be appreciated and wiil  assist in keeping the animals in good  hea th and'condition.  Many stables are kept too close under  tho impression that warmth is tlu  great essential to comfort. Domestic animals readily endme a rather low tern*  perature, provided thoir yhalter is dry,  froi! from draughts and satisfactory in  other respects, lt is more desirable to  have pure air in the horse stable than to  get a nigh temperature in winter, with "ii  iho accompanying undesirable conditions  audi as undue content of moisture, carbon duxide and other stable gases. Y>.*n-  tiiauoii niUat bcycarefully provided ior;  impure air may he mofet readily removed  through the roof, while flesh air may be  drawn in from the side at a short distance above the ground. Bad air predisposes horse to catarrh and other respiratory troubles which frequently become  chronic  and   end   seriously.  A sufficiency of light is very important, for many eases of eye disease^ are  produced by improper lighting. Hore.es  kept In daile stalls frequently have weak  sight and from that acquire the habit of  shying at common objects on the roadside, simpiy because they do not &ec  them clearly enough tb make out what  they are. 'j.he change from a daik *������tall  to the brillaint sunlight of our wintir  days is so violent that the eye suffers.  Ihd more light in a stable the h-ritei,  piovided the direct rays of the sun do  not strike the horse's tace.  Tha best results are obtained under  uniform temperatures, with a pure, dry  atmosphere, and having the stalls on  Uso north and west sides of the barn  rather tnan on the east and south,  WINTERING  COLTS.  j it vjicu oo.iit:i,.iui > ju,i4hi,uu'b ������.������ie only  fodder in the ration, but is  more often  I uiatl "hi 11 substitute iht part of thi n >y.  No midc-iiiable effects from the use* Of it  when cie.ui. h.tve ever been noticed.'  Silage has been quite (xtcn-ivly tod  to ]ioi-0s with good results, provided tiie  matoiia! is in wholesome* condition.  Musty silagu may cause sernius tiouble  01 evtn dujah. It iu\s b'ea fod in villous quantities, some fecdais obtaining  gtvod 'results from the use of thirty  pounds per day. In the majority ^of  cu.es ten or twelve pounds will be suffi-  eiunt. Good silage is a perfectly -ji fe  forage for horses when fed together <���������. i'th  clover, alfalfa or meadow hay.  ROOTS.  Roots should constitute a portion of a  horde's winter ration. It must be reaitm-  bs-red that on account'of the small size  of the stomach, horses cannot dispose ol  as large a quantity as cuttle. Asa mle,  from three to five pounds for colts and  six to ten pounds for horses wid he  found sufficient per day. The feeding  villus of roots varies so slightly that  either mangolds, turnips or carrots may  be used in the same proportion and ������idie'i  cut or uncut. Sugar bests sometimes  cause scoring and many feeders consider  one feed a week of tham a-s sufficient.  IHE GRAIN RATION.  Wheie light work is 'required 'some  gtnin must be fed. Oats, if not too expensive, will no doubt be generally used,  horse enjoy them, and as compared with"  other gi'siiu they have this in their favor;  they may be fed in laige quan'ties  without special preparation and without  danger to th**- digestive organs ot the  animal. Excellenl results have been obtained at le'Sn txpeiifc.!? by using a inix-  tnic of middlings GO lbs.,*gluton mo;l 35  ib3., and linseed 13 lbs., fed to raphes  oa.ts according to the size of the hoise  and the amount of work done. A r.iti-m  containing two parts of kiui. one paiy  of lins-scxl meal and two parts of oats  makes an almost ideal grain ration, the  quantity fed of this can be vaiied to s-ult  ail circumstances.  The feeding standard for light whiter  woik i<, per day, per thousand pound*:  Dry matter 20 lbs.; protein 1.5 lbs., car-  obhydrates 9.5 lbs., ether extract 0.-1  lbs., giving a nutiitive ratio 1:7.0.  - 4e������  f  t  I  5  longer a foal can have the milk  du:n   the   better   horse   it   will  I  HOME CURE FOR LCZEM*  IN FAMILY USE  KOVER30YEAR8  A FAMOUS STESSIT.  The Strand, London, One of the Most  Noted   Thoroughfares.  l^-TYl ?iT**7  \  I  lh?  of    its  make, l-'oiils, are usually weauod in Oc  tober or November, that is to say, v.-li^n  they are about five or six r.iontas old.  At this time of the year, p&stureo aie  on tiie waua and^the milk, supply is falling off. If, however, on account of  backward growth, it is considered desirable that the foal should continue with  the dam for a longer period, then both  should be allowed an ample supply ot  grain and chaff, and no great demand  Vsbondl be n.-ade on the maie for work.  In any "ease the foal should he fed oats,  Ui^tii auvk gouu iu4v xvi a^ .v.a<3t butvu w.  lour weeks before weaning, so that thv  loss of it& mother's milk will not be s,e-_  verely felt,    ife tSbr whether the ������ep.\r.i-  , tion <������f the foal should be made completiv  iy when weaning takes place, or gradually, by allowing it to return to the  mare at increasing intervals, is-a matter  U������cii whitli breeders are by no means  unanimous,   some   adopting   one  nour-*e  -��������� and some the other, with equal success.  in th������ mnjority of cases, however, the  gradual pruccss is the most rational.aad  safer for both nihre and foal.',, A ��������� good  'pian to'-adopt is to allow, the foal to  .-.uck twice a day for a few days and  thvn for some days vmore,\once a  day,  * urtiir which it may be kept from lt*-  motlier ultogothyr. It should be Iialter-  bioken and tieA when quite yoi.ng and  licqucaitly handkd gently. A roomy  box stall with plenty of exercise in the  open air daily, turnishes ideal conditions  for the proper development of muscle  and maintenance of good health and con-  (UUO.l.  A good grain ration for the winter  ������.ini->Uui or crushed oats and bran, "hree  parts outs to one part bran. Weaulit'j.������s  may begin with a quart of this iiiixiiiiv  twice a day, wliich may bo gradually increased to double that quantity Ly tlio  I'ud uf the season, ycaiiinga and avo-  year-olds may be given six to eight  quarts in two feeds daily, which, with  plenty of good clover hay, and somo  loots, will keep them in thrifty growing  condition. In no case should they l>r*<  given moro than Ih eaten up ehniu al  uwl\ food, and salt Hhould ho always  within their reach. Special attention  tthouid bd paid to the feet of youny; colu  ov tho hoo^H may grow out too long,  In which ca������e th-������y way bo triiniUH-l back  nnd tho outer <><lgo rapped off if iniuoh-  tfaiy, so as to secure symmetrical '.i-vel-  opineut and uniform contact witli the  ground. i ,  During tho winter previous to foaling  brood maiHM, if not worked, aro hutu-v  kept in tho op'������n yard during th'i day,  provided thoy have Aholtor fron 8fc������i'i)n(  for ut this period exercl"!* hi of vltnl im  Oil  of     Wintergreen,     Thymol     and  Glycerine, , Combined,    Used  as   a   Simple  Wash.  /  Does it not seem strange that so manj*  people suffer year in and year out with  eczema?'  There's a simple wash that stops the  itch instantly and permanently cures..  This wash is composed of mild and  soothing oil of wintergreen, mixed with  thymol and glycerine, and known as  D. D. D. Prescription. It has now been  wscd for so many year?, and has proved  so highly successful, that no sufferer  should hesitate a raonymt before trving  it." "  If you suffer tortures from eczema or  any other skin "disease write at once to  the D. D. Dv Laboratories, Dept. D., 23  Jordan street, Toronto, for a, free trial  bottle. We are confident that D. D. D.  will cure you entirely, and it will  certainly  stop that awful itch at once.  ���������c���������-   - ������ia v.. ~n   j :-*-  X Kl.      BA4*=     1'J.      <lil     Ul U^^I3l.a.   ������������   fl.  TOO MUOH PASTING.  PLAYTIME STORIES.  Amy's Wish.  Amy, Louise and Ethel were sitting under the golden, sweet apple  tree. They wanted some apples, but  it ^ was now late summer - and (there  were none?to be found on the ground  nor none to be seen on the tree. So  they were just sitting there Telling  storiese.  "If you girls could get anything  you wished for," asked Louise, "what  would be your wish?"  "O, I know mine," exclaimed Ethel.  "I wish I had a marble palace filled  with gold furniture and dishes made  of jewels. On the lawn I would have  trees with every kind of fruit that  grows, and a fountain that spouts  lemonade, and all my servants should  be golden-haired fairies that would  just touch" things with their wands  and everything  would  be  done."  Then Louise began: "'I wish I had  wings and could fly like a bird. I  would go to the cixies and sit up  on top of/high buildings and watch  all the people. Then I would go to  the mountains and the' seashore, and  the wish hadn't sounded very attrac-  could fly across the ocean and see  everything in the world."  Amy looked at the girls in astonishment. How could they ever think  of   such 'beautiful   wishes? 'She  vras  An         USE  Remedy   for , Cough**  coughing  ^""���������C:  poi'tftiice to them. If worked thoy should  lin gently trdatcd. and all vory heavy,or  Ihuddim  Htraliw  avoided;   '!Thoir :. tend  ; Bhould ho llb'U'ol and nutrttlotui, hut vot  . ;, of a very aiiewilonfc nature,   Too in'uih'  \,'ylaxaUvtt food Iuib a tendouoy to wmtkon  h  v  Pope Forbade Old Sailor to Keep Vow  - on Pain of Excommunication.  Tha .Pope remembers old friends and  when he knows that dome person he is  acquainted with is in Rome he never  fails to grant an audience. A few days  ago ,a sailing vesaol from Malta was  shipwrecked on the Roman coast. Pour  men of the crow were drowned and tho  lemaining fceveu swam ashore and were  rescued with great difficulty hy some  shepherds.  The master and mate were injured  and they were conveyed to one of the  hospitals, in Rome. The Pope read  about the shipwreck in the _ newspapers  ! and the name of ono of the crow-  sounded familiar to him.  "I think that I must havo known this  man called Rugier in Venice, where he  used to come on a schooner from  Malta," said'the Pope to his secretary,  '���������und I would liko to see him."  An audience was. arranged, xnd  Rugier, tho mate, went up to tbo  Vatican. Tlio Popo kept him ovor an  hour in his privato library, heard the  story of tho shipwreck and presentjd  him with a .gold medal.  "I saw your holiness in Venice onoe  some years ago," said tho mate.  "To he sure," answered tlie tope. *I  remembered your name and the vow  you told mc about, tho vow you mado  when you wcrii shipwrecked onoo i������a*>  JW.   Do you etlll keep it?" ���������  "Yea, your holiness, and. X huve in-  ercAscd'itynow," answered the man, f  'Ho then told tho X*opo that bo aa-  crl)iod him rescue to a repetition: nf Mr  old vow, ri������molyrthat ho would fast ou  broinl and water twlco every week for  the rest of hia Ufo. ,*   ���������  "but you* alroady fasted twico ov^ry  week for, tho,,','. other vow and now you  will have to cat bread and water an  four days out * of Bovcn," exclaimed the  Pope. Thou ho AmUtodt "You arc an old  man mid it {& cruel to starve youraclf,  so I prohibit'"Aybu i'romV keeping both  V0W8."'' '':   )' .-.������������������'  The seaman expostulated. Ho aah\ a  bargain waa u bargain, and u������ God had  anvod hia llfo he "wasA bound to fulfil  hia pvonilacRi' Tho Pope inulRtod. Ho  tried tu pomiada tho eenman that the  vow was not binding a������ It wan too hard  for a man of hia ago, hut realizing that  it waa UHOloBB to argue tho point ho had  a regular brief of diflpeuHalion drawn  out thoro��������� and than, algned and aea'lHl  Jt in duo form and ho handed it to the  (teaman, miyingi  "if you do not obey thU you will bo  bxcoiiiiiiunkAttd, and tblo exomptf- you  from faating."  Tbo ataman then bowod hia head and  prom luted to ohey  sure s.he couldn't. The girls were  waiting to* bear her wish, but the  only thing Amy could think of that  ������*he wanie'd was an ~ apple.. 'So Rhe  s.aid, "I wish I had a nice big golden-  sweet apple."  Ethel and "Louise laughed. *,They  thought that a very silly 'wish.', But  just then a.large, plump golden-sweet,,  the "last one on the tree, fell right  into Amy's lap! >  It was a eroat surprise to all of  them to see Amy's wish so promptly  fulfilled, and they decided that, Avhile  the wish hadn't sounded very attractive, it looked good and sounded even  better. '  MEN   WHO'  USE ZAM-BUK.  the tmllHon Btreots ot tlio great  clue uf the world there aro om/ a. io������������  V/hicli aavtsany warned Individuality o.-  cuaracter of'tbeir (Wa; no tliai. taey are dis-  uautly jemem'Dered by tho vlsnor; and not  the leabt among these is the Strand, says  The .London Globe, its very name is peculiar,  for strand usually denotes the seashore, aad  yet the sea is many miles away from L,on-  aou, and even the Thamee is some way off  the modem street; the Embankment nowa-  uavb seems more entitled, to-tue name. But  the modern Strand is very different from the  road to which tbe name was lirst applied,  and some of the 'greatest change*, in it have  been made during the last Jew years. Memories are short, and it 'needs an effort to  remember what the Strand was like before  palatial hotels took the place of modest, old-  fashioned houses, and before that truimph  of improvement, the County Couacil Wilderness, was created. And yet, though the old  street is always changing, it is ever the same.  It is the first street of London along wnlch  the average foreigner wanders, and tho one  in which the passer-by may always be sure  of meeting some friend from tbe far ends ot  the earth whom he has not set eyes upon for  many years past. At its western end is the  main entrance from the Continent, and therefore from all the world except the Wild West,  wad it is the first piece of London which the  traveller returning from the Bast sees after  years of exile. It is the Strand, though why  it is called so few people trouble to think.  But it was not always so tat from the  rivei. Iu the distant days, when the great  ,tidal estuary of the Thames was a wide,  marshy lagoon, before it was drained, built  UDon and embanked, the street running along  the high bank just above the water really  was the strand. In ths days v.'hea ths ancient Britons used it it -was probably a track  much frequented, because it led, high and  dry, through the 'brushwood which fringed  the banks of the river." In those days tho  forest extended to the nortlern chore of tho  Thames, and' whereas tbe southern banks  were low and marshy, the obvious way along  the river to the west from the British town  where London stands to the villager lying  westward was along the high bank. And so  a path was trodden out where tho Strand now  runs, well above the tides of the river, and  was improved by the Romans when Londin-  ium was made into a prefecture. The successor*, of the Romans, whether Saxon, Dane  or Norman, did not worry about roaas, ani*  were quite content to struggle along in the  mud, 'but as the Strand led from the great  commercial city of London to the Royal Palace of Westminster, lt was no doubt quite  one of the fcest roads in the kingdom. That,  however, is not saying much, ior it is oa  record that in J3KS the state of the Strand  was so bad that iidward III ordered that a  tax should .be raised on woll, leather, wine  and all goods carried from the Temple Bor  :.to. Westminster.-.;for the.renair. of ��������� th������:rcad  and that all owners ot houses along the road  should repair as much of the way as lay  ���������before* their doors. In those davs the Strand  '/aa an open road with a few great houses  una gardens running down to the water's  ed^e.  U is no wcsdsr that people -who -wished  to go from London to Westminster preferred  to kg by boat, for if they caught the tide  they would go much' more quickly and comfortably than by the ill-kept road. Even tho  great hov^es .which faced the Strand on the  south side did not patronise that thorough-  fere, and at the end of their gardens had  stairs at which to take boat and go up or  down the river to London or Westminster.  It Was not until the middle cf the sixteenth  century that the Strand:was turned from a  road into a street, but v,-en then the great  houseb and palaces .occupied the south side,  whilo the north side was merely a line of  houses from Temple Bar to Charing Cross,  with the open country behind them. It was  'only at tho end of Elizabeth's reign that and httie children were cut to pieces. A  houses  and side  streets  were  *suilt to  the    throne fell.    Cities were burned.    Map  north of the Strand and that the great thor-    ,  ���������i.������������������������������������i   ���������..������������������ ..;���������i,*  oughfare really ibecame a street in the modern v'pfe changed oyer night  sense of tbe word. In the next century building went on rapidly,, until at last even Et.  Giles' ceased to h*3 is the fields and became  united to new London. The eastern boundary of the Strand is the heraldic griffin which  markr tbe site of Temple Bar, but the old  gate was not so ancient as most people imagine, for it was only put up in 1670, and before the Great Fire the Bar consisted merely  of* posts, rails and chains.  ''Every street has its halt-crown and stalll-  In'R side, and the touth- has always been the  half-crown side of the Strand. But ot late  years> the distinction has almost been effaced,  at least between Charing Cross and Welling-  toa street. East of that line all pedestrian  traffic is on tho south side, for the other  abuts the Wilderness, along which apparently few iieopleC care to walk. We to whom  London, is a home take little notice of tho  Strand and its changes, any more than ve  visit tbe Tower or Westminster Abbey. But  tho man -who has passed half a dozen years  in some out of tho way corner ot the emplro  is th������* one to whom the Srand rnally appeals,  and it is usually the first he visits on his  retuhi home. It is true that often he hardly  knows -where hele. and that only here and  there doea a landmark catch his eyo, but  when he doc������ seo a well-Kucvn shop or  church, however much It may seem to be  out ot ipoBitlon, he feels that bo te really  In tho old London again and reJoicOB accordingly. And tho Stroud is still the Strand, nn  it has heen In all centuries between tbe time  when the pnlnted Briton followed the riverside track through the brushwood, to our  own day. whon tho motor bus thuuderii along  tbw ptreot end everv succeeding building In  taller than Us predecessor.  Ideal  Sore    iiiroat, Catarrh?  Weak Chest.  After having made a special study of  the treatment of the throat and lungs  for twenty years, Prof. D. Jackson states  thai, in his opinion no preparation for  general family use is so efficient, so  healing, so certain to cure aa Catarrh-  bzor.e.  As his reasons for making this claim for Catarrhozone, Dt. Jackson  says:  Catarrhozone is free  from opium.  "The patient can  breathe its rich, balsamic  fumes direct to the diseased   spot.  "It~ is a remedy that  treats and cures causes���������  prevents disease spreading.  "Readies the innermost  recesses of the throat,  nose, bronchial tubes and  lungs.  "Alleviates chest soreness.  ''Stops  stantly.  "Prevents bronchial irritations.  "Relieves clogged nostrils.  '  "Cures sniffles and nasal catarrh.  "Prevents La  Grippe.  "Has proven   itself    a  cure for weak lungs, loss  of   voiep,  speakers'    sore  throat,   asthma,   bronchitis, catarrh, coughs, colds,  and winter ills."  Catarrhozone is unquestionably the world's greatest breathable  cold, cough and catarrh medicine,    and  being free  from  all  drowsy  drugs,  entirely safe for children   and   old folks:  it makes an ideal family remedy. Recommended by- the 'medical  profession, and  fold bv all reliable denlprn,    Tlewsire ot  (imitations,     get  "Catarrhozone"  only:  large size lasts two months, nnd is guaranteed, price  SI;   smaller sizie  25c  and  50e.    By  mail  from   the   Catarrhozone  Company, liingston, Ont.  Amomgih* Jews  m.  PI  WJi%  mm  '$M>  ���������M  Man Was Ever Fickle.  I kissed her. Congress was a&sen:"jl*jl  and was holding itri daily sessions. 13ig-  brained statesmen passed weighty measures. The fate of a hundred million people hung in the balance of taxation.  I kisesd her once more.  War was declared.      Men and women  HOW IV SAVES THEM MONEY  ������ ������<  DRAMATIC  CATHEDRAL.  tho foul,  WINTER RATIONS���������UOUaiTAG 12,  Thuro to a firmly rooted. Idea In tlir*  lrviiidi :"of horsemen that oat* and timothy hay form tho only Huitahlo food for.  horn*!*,, That it fovm������ u good comblfin-  thm thoro 1������ no doubt, Abut tliiv h'.gli  pvk'M which have prevailed for thwo  . feud* of lato, hnvo cm Rod a close [\wi\t-  tlgaxtiou Into tho cbmpiii'atlva vuluoof  vuilouii other food f.tuff.* p*foil������t������".l at  home,;Avlth tho rernilt that ft l,vii(nv iu������  tahlUhcd. that tlwro is no one i*.*<.uUi������ivM  grain, or forngo ration, which to uulvor*  willy bettor than. n������ul othnr Mr horsim,  and that Hovevnl 'combination* -w .ho  It'll dt law uont,Uuui tlio standard one of  liny and oat*, What a roan 'hm, how*  , ovor, jthnt; ha fa Hkijly to .food, ovi'ii  , though ho could purohnuo ntuff wliKih  would Imi movo economical in the end,  AlfrtJfrt, now r'xU*n%lvtdy grown in tho  country, i������ ono of the' boat rouging  fnwlii for hot-HCM. Experiment* have*  mb own thnt twolvo nnd n half pound* of  ������wlfn!ffi  nnd two pound* of oat ������tnuv  n������r tl������ou������rtiul pound* live weight,  WnU<*. ....t.Jiiijt n������,,������i.. t������.���������������������i \  i,   twenty piumiM pur uuy with fail ���������iV.-li;;      ilV  ( ���������1 ,r^;���������7 Journal.)  sAlloaife c*t������res!. fer tM fv������m* "t wnrtf. I    "You didn't toll tho barber you woro  Cor&i *tov*r l������ fod to l*ot������o������   a* ��������� ftM",*,m*&& tL       :��������� -,    Y   ,  coor*. forajpj th-w^hwit .th* corn b������H.     "No������ I dldtilfc wiwt him to Iroow It.*;  ..���������<#.*���������������������  Look at the rinanclal sldo of Znm-Uuli'B  use. A ent sustained in tho ..workshop, a  sore which Ib unattended, roBultB say In  Ceoterlnu or blood-poisoning. You liavo to  lay oft for a dny or two. What douH that  mean when pay day comes round? Zam-  Buk Insures you against that IobsI A  littlo Zam-Buk applied to such an injury  at the time, or as soon afterwards as  potBlblo, provonta all danger ot blood-pol-  Ronlng, taken out tho smarting and starts  up healing.  1IKADS OF FAMILIES know how costly doctoring Ib. Bo wise nnd net on tho  picvcntlvo Uno. A box of Zam-Buk in  the homo Ib bo all-round useful. The  billy's raaliOB, tho older children's cuts  and brnlHftu. the Inevitable burn, cut, or  scald���������for all those, um woll nn for more  Rorloua ailments, audi. as plloa, ulcers,  ce-xema, ringworm, etc., Zam-Buk is without a'rival,- . ���������   . .,< ���������:��������� y.'.v...,������������������.��������� ���������  DANaiaua of siiavino.���������you got a  cut; at tho pm'bof'B shop. A little Znin-  jiul: Bmearod oti tho wound provontH all  danger. If any ailment haa boon, contract*  od, 'Zam-Uuk curon. Mr. Ocorgo Hobrton,  toii Manitoba Stroot, St. Thomas, Ontario,  ������a>"H*. "I contracted barber'a rauli, and  tht whole of my loft clijpek' brolto out In  ono maHH ot rod, watery,, plmplen and  aorcB. Theno Hproad to tho OtliiU' pnvtH  of my face, until fnco,and nook wore covered with running boi-ob, How far tlio  iiiueiiBo would hnvo nprond had It not  boon'for Znin-Biilt, I don't know. 1 ai>-  plUirt this balm, and In uliort tlmu Zam-  liuk effected a complete euro." '  ���������IHE SPOIIT8MAN knows tliat;'Zani-  r/.ili in isard by ail the "crack*," Wi\mhg  li tu tho boat liniment and embrocation,  .Men liko Longboat, 'Showing of Hamilton,  Kelly of tbo Toronto Ball Team, all lh<*  fuinoun lacroBBO tenmrt and ball teamB u������o  Zam-Buk in thia connection.  All drusrglnts and ntoron boh at GOc box,  or potit froo from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto,  for price, You aro warned ngalimt Hurm-  lul tmuotlonn. ��������� ���������  TIW5 NBWBST P-\n,  (U-iuiWlUc^Oourler.Journal.)  "Some of our'ooclcty wnmvn rtc as*  **������lng tho ������lilrt\v������l������t Ktrlker������."  "���������ow int������r<*������|iig,������ murniurtsd Mr*. B(*  ������Stylo.  "You may put mo down dm n pat  rnn������M   wheuovor* tlioy   havo   nnothii  Hrllte."  ��������� '    * ��������� ������  p   . V,<>.r.0  nT<* ������omn mouruom who will  ��������� hick u crowdud a\k tno i4in������.-MmikAwn*  tor Union.  A   May   Evening  tho Time  to   Como  First to Rouon, and Why.  Rouen is tho most dramatic of  cathedrals, not' only from tho near  hills, but when its door finally Is  reached. If the hour and tho way  could bo deliberately chosen, I Bhould  prefer to como to it first toward dusk  on a May evening, ond from .the rue  do la Gross Horlogo, one, of tho most  historic of Rouen's historic streets,  with tho old tower of St. Romain,  ghostly white in the bluo twilight, ot  tho far ond. Because tho month ib  Mav, tho cathedral doors will be open,  nnd candles burning on tho altar of  tho Blessed Virgin. On my last visit  nt this season, tho nave, too,- was  ablazo with light, and it was crowded from on dto ond; for, as it ovor  has boon and ovor will bu, to persecute tho Ohuroh is to stir tho faithful to now ��������� nrdorB, Itouen is a big  manufacturing town, and, as n tuIo,  piety languishes in tho modern industrial  atmosphere,  Tho Month of Mary is not a sor-v  vieo of .obligation, but never, of old,  nt the most, important ceremony, Jjavo,  I found peoplo assembled in so great  numbors and so forvont in prayor. To  surprjeo  tho  cathedral  thus  in    its  most intimate dovotions is to. boo in  it something moro thnn a,monument  existing by tho caro of tho state and  for  the  curiosity  of tho  touriBt,   It  holps ono thon to understand, hotter  thnn whon you study it, guide-book  in'...Hand,  why  its  buildora  mado  it  boanliful and why its history iBtvno  of all tho tonrs and laughter of Rouon  Hinco it boonmo Christian, until now,  when statesmen would havo it ooatio  to bo Catholic.   Thb interior is novor  so Bolomn as nt this hour, tho grout  piers nnd archoa to tho firon of tho  altar,   whilo   choir  and 'chapoln   aro  lost  in  tho  shadowy  Bpnco  beyond,  whoro tho whito columns loom cfimly.  nnd tho  priest,   bearing  tho  bloRBed  snornmont, passes and disappears ns  tho acolyto's littlo boll tinklos faintly  and over moro fftinty into silence, Tho  mystery of -janctuary colcra and deepens tho beauty ot tho vaHt oliureh.���������  Prom     KHsuiboth   Robins    PonncH's  "Notro Damo of Itouon" in tho Auguot  Century.  Vtr.' Ollvmnn���������Whftt do you  find  tlw-  I kissed her.   She put her head on my  shoulder.  A mighty earthquake flhook the earth  Mid countless houses tumbled -down, car-'  rying thair human freight. One philosophy was succeeded by another. The  whole fabric of a nation's thought was  changed in a sudden silent revolution.  _ I kissed her and we said���������M&tlung. She  sighed   softly. * \  ' The air was conquered. Wonderful  white-winged apparition? moved about  like great ghosts. The winds blew and  still they held their courae. And out  of the earth blossomed a new growth, insuring for millions of years a new lease  of life to man. . -  I kissed her. "Dearest," T whispered,  ������������������do you reaiiy iove tner;  The energy of heat was rediscovered,  ������and forever and forever, m a' vast alternating current, a resistless force wa-}'  brought within reach of the uplift of an  infant's finger. And, meanwhile, telepathy from earth's end to earth's end became a commonplace. '  I kissed her. "Why not'"' <=hc replied.  "And you?"  Tho 'jolar system ehiftcd. The planets  changed their courses. Mars revealed its  secret. Ami all the infinite host of  heaven shone in it new nnd wonderful relation. '  Then, in silent wonder, T paused for an  instant.   I Imd forgotten. ,  And she said.  "What can havo happened Hint you do  not lovo mc any moro?"���������Life.  ���������  ������������������������������������������������������   It has been calculated that  50,000 English-speaking Jews toward the  end of the eighteenth century, there arc  now 3,000,000. That is to say, one-quai-  ter of the entire Jewry throughout the  world to-day are using English as their  medium of communication.  The Russian Government seems to he  very little concerned with the distressed  position of the Jews, wliich closely affects the Russian merchants and tradesmen. The statement of the latter that  they could not'participate in an Anglo-  Russian exhibition in the near future  speaks volumes for the plight of Russian  traders.  Nathan Straus is ill as the result of  his experience in tre Lakewood Consumptive-Preventorium controversy! Me  has gone to la\j* over the matter, and  is seeking an injunction from the Supreme Court to prevent steps being tak- '  en ta eject ;the institution from the  G rover Cleveland octtage on the grounds  of the Lakewood Hotel i in Lakewood,  N. J.  Mr. A. M. Samuel was a* candidate for  the Stretford division, and in a speech ,.  to those whose Azotes he was wooing he  is reported to have uttered this gem:  ''You aie not  descended  from the ancient Britons.   You' are a 'mongrel' race'  born of tlie French and Normans. There  is not a drop of pure British blood in  any one of you people in this rooniA"i ou  are a   mixture   of    Normans,  Spanish,  Cyinrics, Celts, ctaelics and Anglo-Sax,-        .  ons."     (A voice:  "And Jews.")     "Yes,- .  numy   .fews.    The   Cornishmen are   all  Jews.   Look at their noses."  *    Prices of husbands in the New Ybik "'.W'j  Gliotto   are   advancing   to   the   highest  levels ever known, being an indication   *   f  of the prosperity    that  is    prevailing      s  nmong the Jews, who number 800,000 of      '*���������  New York's population.   There are 5,000      ;  fcchadchitris, Jewish marriage' brokers, in  New York, and they assert that the old  scale of dowers no longer attracts the'  Hebrew  young men  into   wedlock.    A      \  schadchan declares the common, uneducated man in business, at a salary of  not moie than,$25 a week, can now reasonably expect to get $500 with his wife.  Everyone knows that the present arrangement   of  the 'sexes  in  synagogue  is an evolution. .Originally there were    ������_-,  separate synagogues Ior men and separate synagogues for women, and this custom prevails to-day* in^" many places in.*���������*- <  Russia  and the  east. F Then^ men.,and ^  women were allowed to wdrsiup",at'*t]ie" ' ,'  same shrine, hut the women's portion  was'elosely latticed, mostly ih a gallery?**'   '  so that' they could hear, but could* not  be seen.   The grille in the British House*  of Commons is a good*'example of what ^  wa������ general in synagogues.  , Gradually   .  the lattice became more and more"o*pen,  till  at  last seme bold, good architect' ���������  omitted it altogether.    . , ,.,  At the annual meeting of ,the New  York Educational Alliance'Jacob :'*H.  Schiff spoke on the subject of, Jewish  immigration, declaring himself '' us in  favor of a'liberal law������ but insisting that -  the Jewish immigrants must be distributed throughout the country^ especial "���������  >-.!.: y-.(VVJv3.  iff-CVSjJ  m  ���������SSK  i  ������  CURE MEN AND  WOMEN ALIKE  WHAT   DODD'S     KIDNEY     PILL8  DID FOR ONE FAMILY.  Curod Chan. Boll of Rheumatism* and  y His  Wlfo  of   Inflammation  of tho  'Kidneys���������Mrs.  Boll's Statement.  North Range, Digby Co., N. S. March  14.���������(Spcciiil;.������������������ Hiat Dodd's Kidney  Pills cure tho Kidnoy ills of men and  women alike is shown in tho cases of  Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Boll of this place.  A', .short timo ego Dodd's Kidney Pills  ojured." Mr. Bell of Rheumnti������m from  which ho had suffered for ton years.  Tliis led Mrs. Boll to try thom for Inflammation of tho Kidneys and eho  makes tho following statement:  "I wns troubled    with Inflammation  of the Kidneys for   twonty-four   ycarc,  Soma f������w .yenrs ngo I. got worse     and  was laid up for a long timo.   When I  wna able to'bo up "again tho   doctor  told mo I must on no account do nny  work, I nuffoml from Dropsy and   my  fret would swell no I could uot wear  my shoes,  "My husband benefited no much from  j tM'iwg Dodo"* Kidwy   TMU������ T   decided  *) to givo tjicm a   trial, nnd   though   I  havo takon only thrco 1wic<������h     T       nm  well and can   w<mr my slioo������ And   do  nearly aU my own housework.     I cannot say   too muoh for   Dodd's   Kidney  Dodd's Kidnoy l*illn mako   weak Kidneys -strong and sick Kidneys well.   *#"*"0������ ���������" '������������������'  Flying Machines.  Th**r������ iiva many flying machino*. which  nro thflormlloully moro efficient thnn thnt  'if tlw Wright brothers In that tiny  dhow hm weight |W horsepower in their  ���������niiBtrhfltlan. SitntlH-Dumont's Utile mft*  ���������bine, thtt Demolnclle, weigh* only dghl  ���������inutnls p������������r hnrnwnowr, or oim-flflh   a*  large ghettos-  North Atlantic seaboard. B  By the will of the late Henrietta Selig-  matt, widow of Jesse Seligman, published y  last  week, $5,500 arc    bequeoithed   ,to  eight New York Jewish charities. Jnlin"'-  Stefnme, a non-Jew, who died a-jfort-  t.  night ago, left $5,000 each to "the MontC-  fiore Home for Chronic Invalids' and the^l  Mount Sinai Hospital.  Unless Germany absorbs its Jews/tiie  Jews are certainly going to absorb"'Germany, according to Dr. George Louier,   ,        ,���������  liimsclf a Christian and an eminent m.*d^- ���������   ical  authority, in a  remarkable  h.-olc  '   *   -  on the racial question he publish 3d a'     y'  ���������-,few days ngo, .' v,"'/'"i  Claude G. Montcfiore, the distlnguiVt  cd leader of the progressive Judaism in,  England, has accepted an invitation of  tho central conference of American Rob-' ''  bis, to read a paper at their next con-.     t  vention  on "Ijiboral Judaism  in England."   He will also addresa tho Jewish  Cliautauqua at its mooting to be held in        '  Detroit in July.    Mr. Montcfiore is a   ^ '  nephew of the lato Sir Moses Montcfiore,  tho great philanthropist,  Zionism received  a serious  setback,''  which as such is fully admitted by .tlm.   >.  otherwise optimistic,organ of the party,  Die Welt.   Nazlm Boy, tho leader df the  Young Turks, declared in an' interview.  .  with the representative of tho Journal    ,  do  Salonlquo that  thoro  waa not tlte"  olightcst outlook for a Jewish concontva-' '  tion in Palestine being tolerated by his  party. '  The heirs of tho lato Thfeopholta M.  Marc, who died two years ago In Or- ,  anpto, N. J��������� leaving his residuary estate  of $32S,00O to tho United Hebrew Chan*   , ,  tics aro contemplating bringing suit t������  break the will.   Mr. Marc was not -it  Hebrew.';   '��������������������������� y y-y >������������������������������������} ��������� ��������� ....������������������. A:'':; ,: ,-1,:ty���������������������������,<,������������������.���������-,���������  Tho chief rabbi of Turkestan,^ in,St.r   ,  TotcrBburg, pleading the  cause of his  peoplo who havo boon brdorcd- td'lcavo  Asiatic Russia. ,      , r  Tho municipal elections' tit Adbbtt'lo,yy  Aiistralla; resulted in Mr. liowls Cohen y  Jieading the. poll as Mayor,by. nn,' ,>;������-r- _;, .V  whelming majority of nearly a' Ihoustml    y .  vote's;'"''''1 ������������������'"   ���������'',"'���������' r ��������� -'.. ...-'' * ���������.���������'; -i ���������.''','������������������ ,'*"������������������'.������������������.,.', ':  Thorn wore thirty-two \Towlsli. cuinll-  dateH/for r'arllament lh tlio BrttMv gen-  hnrdentthing toralin ona farm? Farmer J much, Mid spread* S.H squaro toot of nur>  Q'ioveru>i>���������-'iho inturvNt uu tW uiutt* f'������t*. piu* IiotMpa'wcf, (,x ksa than enc-  Rfftg*. fifth *# much Hi the Wright maehlno.  oval election, ten being micccsvful.     V  Tlio chief vnbbl of Knglnnd re-v.vnl  nu nddr(*������H froin tlio pupils-of;the li.vo-    , <  Una do Rotlmclilld scliool, foryglrU, in.,  Jerusalem. : ' '  Through'the wedtum of the  rurUlsli.'   '  nmhnHsndor at.Berlin, tho gonovAl jJ.<-W;,  ,,,,  iuh organ!7.ni|on has nubmlttcd a nt'einor*  lal to the Turkish Government for tbo     y  settlement of Jews in TurUoy*; ThivnJp-, A;  gunlzathm is a   purely   philanthrope J  iKKly, with no polltlca and nopnrty^Tho.*,  memorial states that    no    exceptional     (  privi!egc������ of a political or national'"char-''.' y"���������  actor' arc demandod.    *    ' ���������  ���������*'- .:,i>"x,.rii .��������� :'���������.'.-.  Major Dreyfus ha* mndo a succcsiful*.,:,(  nmtKnrnuca ns a public lecturer nt tb������,''  nlhlioth'iuo repulaiio, wlfre, he wnw Jn- 'A  vltcd to sneuk.   Tho subject chom-jh ha*    ���������  not tlie slightest reference to. anything    '  with which his name haa hitherto been y:  connwted,     It   was  tho "Hlstoiry of   ���������*  Trade Union "Syndicate* in France," with  which he showed timt iio wa* Uiu'IUr,  .  Ctr II. SccTboh-ri Tn*i������ hm*' #+*>\ir*-A m '���������  naw play, wrltUn by Mr. 2Jang#HL SB*  mmxy.  w^iwi;..yl,l:.?iijMBrtri^, 11  yXYXii'f ?,&*���������;���������  WMWi&r<@������M  "yTTTTTTTyHTWJMJ^^ 't faMil ��������� flg^  mmzmm&&mmxmviEW  ���������������������������?.������ ���������  PROFESSIONAL  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Lifo aud Aooident Ine*araaoe  BU  99 SSj  (By J. R. Cote)  ������m������������������m������9n-������Hi*aw������tf^^  ���������asssg^^'-Maa^'fiiai^^  sssfesB  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL  CHAS. MQORE, C.E.  Ii U. La.vm Scjiveyor and Architect  Plans and Specifications  CRESTON  -     ���������-*���������'   "-  J5.C  J.  1). ANDERSON  British   Columbia.   Land   Surveyor  TRAIL  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & CO.  Real SstaSa aud Insurance.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -     "V.  B.C.  GUY   LOWENBERG  Consulting Engineer  CRESTON      -       -  B.C.  |   Wrist Can IBeai This? I  ��������� .A-';V':~~"~   ���������'-. %  ��������� To an new mbocribers who pay *  2 in advance, we will give for The *f  a ornall sua ������sf *3������ the Creston Re- 2  ��������� view.'for..oneyear'andthe APamily ���������  5 Herald and "Weekly Star till Dec. *  ��������� 31, 1910.    Also to old subscribers  ��������� who aro in arrears who settle up  % to date, we will make  the   same *  ���������^ offer ou their new subscription**. " -^  ��������� After reading this notice don't 5  J delay but send the subscription T  ^  priee above mentioned to the Be- %  ��������� view office and secure this grand ���������  % offer.   Do it now. *  ���������feo������fee*ji>������������������^������^S'<?^&OOOOOOCOli>  fWith a Local Flavor  ���������������������������������������������>���������������������������������������������������������������<>������������������������������������������������������������������������������$  A. M. .JuII; Provincial poultry expert,  ���������will lecture in Creston ou the night of  the 11th last, iu tho Auditorium, under  the auspices of tbe Farmers' Institute.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo Young, accompanied by Miss Arrowsmith, left tbis week  tor a trip to Nelson. /  The Rev. Mr Lee of Hosmer, will occupy the pulpit at the Methodist Church  ou Sunday evening next.  Tom Procter, of Kelson, waa a passenger on Tuesday's weBtbound train. He  was on his way to Nelson.  Tho Creston Cemetery Company are  now doing a good work and are patting  n substantial fence around the cemetery.  Did you r?ad Coulter's big sale ad. in  nnother oolumn on Furniture, eto., going  nt oost? Don't miss it. One good secondhand wagon and two plows left at  Goalter's-���������Cheap, oheap  Hon, Thomas Taylor, minister of public w:>rk������j, loft on Thursday's eastbound  train for Oranbrook.  Frank Bast left for Edaon, Alta., last  week on a business trip and may be gone  a month.  W. F. Teetzel, government agent, returned to Nelson by yesterday's train,  whilo JT. H. Schofield M.P.P. remained  over and will roturn east by today's  train.  Whon the up-to-dato Creston husband  is out Into these nights he tells bis wife  that he has been looking for tho comet.  P. R. Godfrey, the local clothing merchant, left last Sunday for Edmonton,  Alto., from whioh point he will proceed  to Northern British Columbia, where he  will remain throughout tho summer  months, returning to Croston in the fall.  Rev. Mr. Thomas, of Dakota, who has  ���������filled tlio Presbyterian Ohuroh pulpit for  tho post few weeks, will Isave tbis week  for hia now field. It is not as yet known  ���������who the now pastor will bo.  Charles Moore, P.L.8., O E,, bim just  completed the eurvey for the proposed  tmbway and is laying tbe matter of sel-  oonng a site for tho subway boforo tbo  Hoard of Trade, which matter will como  ���������up before tho Board of Trado noxt Wednesday evoning.  Albert Wisler, export time-lock repairer, of Stettler. Alta,' was visiting  liis brother, O. P. Wlslor, last Saturday  ������nd Sunday. Uo wm on bin way to N������1-  nan, where ho -was called by telegram,  -to do some work on * time lock. He is  very well pleased with the outlook of  ihe Oreston distriot andjmay Inrest in a  fruit ranch in tba near future.  THE SETTING UP OV AN  INCUBATOR    A !|  There will he quite a number who,  I,  B.Cy for the first lime, will bnvn mi  Inoufta-  |  -���������  tor to opei-ate, aud for tho  ln-milt   of |  those, more particularly,  is this urtiulo  |  written.  To bogiu, let 'he .machine las sot on  on the level.    If it has been iu  u-jO before, pay   attention gto  its  eleauluic&s.  Soap and warm water with a littlo disinfectant added wiil put things to rights  in this respect.   Now be particular thut  it is clean; don't spare "elbow grease."  If you will start the lamp going it will  dry quickly.    Wipe the incubator floor  as dry as possible as this will prevent  the boards from warping any.     Better  study well the instructions sent out with  the machine aB to operating tho regulator.. If you have washed out the egg  chamber, see to it that it is thoroughly  dry before attempting to make a test.  I    Here is a plan, which I have found  most satisfactory, to test if the regulator  is in thorough working order-     Set the  thermometer on the tray where the eggs  are to be placed and have the regulator  to blow off (raise)* when the thermometer registers 100 degrees.   By setting tbe  regulator to commence to raise at tho 100  mark when the machino is empty you  will find that for the first 24''-hours after  the eggs are put into the machine the  temperature will remain around the 100,  and for..the first few days wiii uot register above 101.    To my way of thinking,  it is best to start the hatch slowly. Gradually Hie eggs will get warmed through  and the germ will start into life aud then  the thermometer should rise to iO^,  which degree of heat I have noted bring  the best results, and at 102}4 it should  be kept, or as near as possible,   right  through the hatch.  Possibly you may find it a little trouble to regulate au incubator, so I wculd  advise you to run the machine empty for  a few days or as long as it is necessary  to prove without doubt that everything  is correct. If everything seems right.  put out the lamp, and after the machine  has been thoroughly cooled relight the  lamp and note if the regulator still  works true. If you consider things are  not favorable, give it more trials in the  same way, and if no better .results, get  in touch with the manufacturers, who  will no doubt put matters right for yoa.  It is but rarely that such, a course will  be found necessary, especially if yon  hnvo one of the many good machines  thai are on the market. The best are  the cheapest in the end. With a good  machine one is more apt to get good results ; a poor machine bos unfortunately  been the cause of numbers giving up the  industry and crying down artificial incubation as no good.  As to where to place the incubator, I  will say that I have had under 'my observation many machines from which  the best of results have been obtained,  and these incubators placed in quite a  variety of places���������in an incubator cellar  built specially for their accommodation  in front rooms, in bedrooms, iu cellars  ond in buildings set up on posts n foot  away from the ground. If. the cellar is  selected, take particular noto that it is  dry. For my part I beliove every housd  can accommodate an incubator, for thero  is always a room where the temperature  io not likely to jump to extremes.  It is often stated thatperfeot quietness  is absolutely nooossarf, but such is not  tho case, for only InBt spring I had undor  observation a machino placed alongside  a gasoline engine and othor machinery  tbat wns in daily use, aud bettor results  could not havo boon wishod for, for out  of ninety good eggs oighty-tbroo strong  chicks wero batched and raised.  Soleofc a room whero tho toraperaturo  is what ono might call "comfortable"  and froo from draughts, and if tho oggs  aro good and if you havo run your machine well, you oan look for good results.  Next week's subject will deal with  the running of an incubator during tho  hatch.  raraia:*fflaer^  ill HaOMWMWiMMl  We have a First-Class %fob Printing Department  and your orders will be in the hands of experienced printers  BSSS^S?^S^SSSS^^3^2SSSSSSSSSSaSSS  WS223U������  n  ���������*  envelopes,  Circulars  IU  In fact, anything and everything in ihe way of High-  Grade Commercial Prinhmg at the  ITC^ijaiMjBWBTOgg^:^^  WARNING  Please take notice that anyone dnm aging or destroying   any property  of the  Oreston Power Light and Telephone Co.  will be prosecu ted according to law.  FOR   SALE���������A small cooking stove,  Apply Review office.  1U^    C      -v-^.o'. ������K AA  FOR SALE���������A Studebeker wagon,  equal to new.���������Apply O. Blair, Erickson , B.O.  FOR SALE���������A good bay horse, about  1600 lbs.���������Apply by letter to W. H. Keed,  Creston, B.O. y.'AAyV  STRAWBERRY PLANTS  I have propagated for sale, under favorable conditions, for the first, time, R.  M. Kellogg Co.'s 1909 strain of thoroughbred pedigree strawberry plants. Soiia-  t jr Dunlops, $10.00 por thousand, f.o.b.,  Wynndel, B.C.  Can also supply from 30 to 100 plants  to each customer at 2c. per plant, post or  express prepaid, of the following varieties:  Clyde, Ware field, Parson ySeauh,  Btldler, Bedenvood, Clark Seedling, Pride  of Michigan, Thompson No. 2, Lady  Thompson, Steven's Lute Champion, Cardinal, Virginia, and Long felltno.  X advise experimenting with a few of  these plants iu your garden.  O. J. WIGEN, Oreston, B.O.  TO POULTRY KEEPERS  Get the best laying strain into your  flock���������it pays. 1 have a few pure bred  Roso Comb Black Minorca Oookrehi for  sale from $2 up, from tho famous York  Bros', strain, Minorca specialists, Nil-  nalmo.���������R. O'B. FitzGerald, phone 01,  FOR SALE���������At a snap, a bnsinoHR  proporty in Oreston; ideally situutod in  tho heart of tbo business seotiou. It  con Hints of k largo store building, two  storeys, and three town lots; onn bo had  now for tl,EGO. In two veins will bo  worth double tbat niiioiint, " For further  particulars apply at tbo Reviow oflloo,  Hngb MoOreath, tho liveryman, lias  jast received word that a car of wagons,  buggies and democrats shippodto him  from Oshawa, Ont. wns oomplotoly do-  molisod recently in a O, P. R. wrack  down East. Howovor, Mr, MToOaoath  expects that auothor cur of vehicles of  rarionu kindo will tirrlvo hero in t\ fow  days timo, So those parties who havo  purchunod rigs from Mr, MoOreath  won't have to wait long for their convey,  anew.  Services Next Sunday.  Presbyterian Church  Services will bo hold-In' tho 'ppo-jhy.  torlon Church ou Sundny next.   Morning service, 11 a.m.;   Evoning sorvioo,  7.JJ0 p.m.   Sunday,sohool nt 3.110 p.m.  T, G. MoLiDOn, Pastor,  Methodist Clmrcli  Sorvioes on Sunday noxt: Morning nt  lln.m. j Sunday School, nt 3,U0 p.m.*  Evoning Sorvioo, 7,1)0 p.m.  Adult Blblo Olnss, 8.HO to 4 R0 p.m.  F J Ru'rr.i'KKOUD, pastor  THE  T  I  DUK iUIN  i  WM. TAYLOR, Manager  CRESTON -:-A  B.C.  TM-'-i-^ttPHMMIffl  fjeHECTmrnff-raTi���������  ac  Messrs. W. J. Sheppnrd and O. P.  Wislor have loused tho fruit ranch kuown  as the "Dau Babbitt" ranch, nour E'rlok-.  son, and have put iu quito n lot of gav:  don truok.. Thoy nro putting iu about  five acres of potatoos, most of which nro  of a now variety in thiB district; nnd  next spring thoy hopo to supply farmers  with a.lot of extra good seed potatoes.  i ^������������������<������������'0<iH o>oooo������*>o ���������oo*<*>o*"> e  Get The %  o  <���������������  *  o  l������  <>  mere.  ���������Journal ,',!  A Whole Year       J  For Ten Cents I  Church of England  Divine Sorvioo in tho NMW SOHOOL-  IIOirSB :~Sorvicos, Sunday May Hth  (������lh Sunday aftor Master j:  Matins and Sormon, nt 1] n.tii,  Kvontongond Sormon, 7,.'i0 p.m.; Him-  dny Sohool at Vionr's Ikhimi, at a pan,  Alioe Siding wihoolhouHO, II p ni.  P-fluxr* O, HAYMAJi.Vioar,  Bond a dlmoor icn w>nln tndny lin'd  Hot C'univdiv'H lienf, poultry jmpi*''. 'J'lio'.  on ly iiupor In tlm world prfnlod ON  ���������JM1KVAHM. Tlm only i������������|i������.r In'tlm  ipwlrt oiUlivt by ti mnn who In In oitn-  .Hluiit Uniiih Willi lli������i woilt lio lalliM  ��������� nbout..  ���������t'ou know llirro lit money In poultry  blltlllioovur.vMiliiK oUn, Ifntlii- Jfiiow.  Inp; how wliich Ih tlm licy to huoohhh,  Our pnpor will toll y������iii bow ynu enn  SK<it. okkh for hiitoliliin didlvorcil to yonr *  lU'drL'KU I'Mtl'.l*,, bow loliat.'li tlmclilck- *  4>  ������ntH mid bow lo i'hIko tlmiii,    Tlint's ���������  4,  pmmlfinlly Mliowlnif you Iiow ymi fim ���������  X  otiMliy iniiun nioui'.v.  HniidH ton 1'iititH loilny nnd in<i<oinn it ,  ,r������uuliir miliHcrlbi'i- unit iniikn iruiiiuy <*  oilt.nl'pun II i',V.        , 4  Wluni wi'IMiik  tilwiNd  uuuitUin  tlm O  JtKVIKWHIld ltllllllJNH,yi>lll'MUl)M|ll'lpl|(l||  tt������-  TIic Farmers' Homo Joirruml  CHATHAM, UNyr,, Uanaiia, i  I  ���������^<>^<*^^<y*&A-������������<>0������<V������0^o^<������<>v><t>4>0<>04>������>^������������������*e*^4������^^������^00>������<>>������^4400  x-yyz ��������� %  By nabbing one of these Lots  Before the Spring rush is on  39 Lots in Block'8, Schofield Avenue, in the  Townsite of Creston. These Lots are the -regulation size and can be had now at $85 each.  Tcrnis-r.$S5 Cash aud $10 per month, with  interest at the rate of 6 pdr cent, per auuum ou-  deferred payments. These, Lots are ,all high' '  .���������and dry, and in six months will be selling at  ; $125.    Look into this proposition'at once. -  0a\l and inspect our list of' Fruit L&nds  in Blocks of'from1to640\ acres  Buy Now and profit by the vSpring Rush  List your property with ujj.    Wc caii sell it   >n������l .mK������\w.mM,\t\mm0lm\\Mm\wm������������hmM.miK������^il^m-tri^.ri^.m^>-)i%mr^m\ii. .,*wmmmmmmmmm+*mmimiiwmmwii  v -      ��������� . I ^   .rrr.~y-- -��������� ^--  I   Creston Land Go.  $ Messrs. Johnson and Scruton ������  <i  A  i   fJi  1,  ttJV.


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items