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 ^-"-^r      -^y*r    "'     C~    '      *   i*fii'l'V,''i'ij  5BSS  .  i n  i-  \-  y .v.*  ,TJ*.-I   .1,   .   '.  '        1.  I        -      l-  " A  *->     u 1  V'"^: i^-r-ff^P-XXy^ sfv W*"V^ '.  ,i,    i-  -t>  *       .v^.  hM  Reacts "iii East" and ':Wieit Kaotexia^r  liead  to  ��������� i  AS! ike-News  of the  Cresfoiis *  District  v.v y jV^-v  -^  -o-r*e> ���������fiyS  ~ Xlf^/f'&Xxte  -Ci,   , , ^<i7 I>rfar     **  1*-   Ti  /������dd?sss te  $2.00 a Year  No*  39  2ND  YEAR9  CRESTON,  B.C., FRIDAY,  MAY i3, 1910  SlNCLB COPI88 5C  IF you have had trouble with the fit or  appearance of your last suit���������Let us make  the next one for you.  We've a special made to measure department in connection'with our regular sale of  Campbell's Clothtag  whereby the man who demands specially  tailored clothes, can have them made to his  measure by the expert tailors at headquarters, at a slight increase, over the ready-  made price.  Your clothes will have an individual appearance, and besides fitting absolutely  ' will have the snappy style which has made the best class���������  the CAMPBELL'S CLOTHING class of ready-made clothes so popular.  15 to $25 per Suit  Ascended the throne, Jannury,   1901.1  The New King  LONDON, May  7.���������The Prince   off  Wales is king,   assuming the title  of!  George'V,, and took the oath before thi  FOLL-Sprivy council at 2 o'clock this afternoon.  FATAL   ILLNESS    AGGRAVATED]  BY   WORRY   OVER-TKS  POLITICAL  SITUATION  George Frederick Ernest Albert, Princes  Jof Wales, who now becomes king, is the'  [second son of King Edward and Queen!  Alexandra, and was born  at  Marlbor-j  Jough house on June 2, 1865, 17 months'  LONDON, May ^KiagEdW-ardVn|^fcerthQbirthofhisbrotIier|  ^  ^  who had returned to England from aJDuke of Clarence. He and his brother!  vacation of few days ago, in the best -Of|entered the ^ together aBCadetef and  health, died at 11.45 o'clock last nightJhe flpent ^ yeQtfl on the BrittemaJ  |in the presence of his family, after an]fchen he gtarfced on ft thr?e.yea3. voyage|  illness of less than a week,   whioh  v  General  Merchant  Creston,  B.C   gseriong hardly more than three days.  . w   The Frinoo of Wales succeeded to i  tgcrowru immediately  according  to tin  laws of the kingdom without any ceremony.   His first official act was to dis-  jpatoh to the Lord Mayor the announcement of his father's death, in pursuance!  of custom.   His telegram read:        ,   ���������  "I am deeply grieved to inform youj  iaround the world, sailing on the Bacch  {ante.  Halley's Comet Flares  STEAMSHIP BURKUDA, AT SEA,  jMay 9fch.��������� On Friday night, that of the  {death of King Edward, a remarkable  ^phenomenon was observed at Burmuda,  jand was recorded by an espesimentni  5 scientist.  Halley's comet, which first became  ivisible about2 o'clock am., later dis-  played a decided red tinge on the tail.  At 12.3C o'clock the fort near the city of  [Hamilton began firing the salute of 101  guns to the new King at intervals of two  Iminutes.  Just as the last gun was fired, at ex-  jactly 8:52 a.m., the comet's tail fiared a  [decided red and the head become a bail  of fire.   This phenomenon was observ-  f "���������%  w>5  |fell on their knees and prayed, refusing  to work.  Fife Wkrdetis Kept Susy  Phone No. 53*  ���������VtAiAJjiA*- m? <& ~ *3&3F&^~ v^*v^^c^^������i^^v^^S^>*^rvir>^^^,gaway peacefully at 11.45 tonight. (Sgd.) jWMN  George."  gthe silver-lead will be shipped to Trail'jgj^^vv wwAAfc%fy&y^iAAj*j^^  iwhile the zinc will be shipped  to the^-  ' Last Saturday, about 4 o'clock in theSJEmpire Zinc Co in Colorado. The Au  afternoon, an 9ngiue of thegravel traingrora Mining and Milling Co. is composed  started a fire at McNeillie siding and itgof Cranbrook and Moyie business men  might have beon serious if it had not������who are thoroughly alive ts the situation  been for the fact that the extra. ganglJMr. Dimook sayf that they,will puc in aj  that are working at McNeillie wereghoisting engine at the Alice mine to]  used to a good advantage in preventinggraise the ore from the car to the top of j  it from spreading*.   Indeed, so close waefjthe mill.  the fire to the Goat river bridge that theH   Mr. Dimock, who has been mining all|  fence around the watchman's house wasgbis life, says that the concentrator at|  "burnt*   Tbe flrercame actually to withir-Bthe Alice mine is an excellent one in ailL  a few hundred feec of the bridge.    Ifjgrespects.   Ac this concentrator, after it���������  this bridge hadiboen consumed by fire ltgis running, from sis to twelve men will:  r      would haye ineant^the stopping, of yiui-nbe employed.   The leasingtof this bigg  freight for a long time between yeast ^^conoenfaator by this mining company  V      wsst .jjioiats.*, Forttmstely no damagegre^ly means much for the various zni-l  "*4C tvas done to speak of. j T. G. Litfcle^ flreBnibg"properties around Moyie, as by the  Room for 50,000 People"\  Around Creston \  Ths physicisss soon ofisrwords issue'''  itheir official bulletin, which was as foil-'  lows:  Jed "by many negroes working on the  In 1892, when his brother died, he beH^^, ��������� ,������������������..     ..     . ��������� ,   ,   _.  '                                    '          gaoota loading ths stcssicrBors:s5a who  ;came heir apparent and took his seat iaS^��������� ������...*_, ^ A   _^*__.   the Honse of Lords as Duke of York.  In May, 1893, his engagement was announced to Princess Victoria May ofg Mrs. J. Heath and family, Mr. Robert  Tools, sad they were married on July 6,Sstask snd Mr Jeoffrey Stark will arrive  1908 Six children were born to them,lin Oreston the end, of next week from  Edward Albert, Albert Frederick, Vid-Bj^vojMhjvreandHampshuto, Eng. Mrs.  Hes^y William, Ed-gHeothis coming to join her husband  [ward, and John Oharlss. The duke be-Swho is manager for Mr. Stark, who re-  |came Dnke of Cornwall when his fathergcently bought the Bast plot of 40 acres  took the throne, and soon thereoftergof orohard land a few miles from town,  (started on a tour of tho colonies.    HeBThe Messrs. Stork will remain hero on  -f'flre broke out at Duck Creek; but was]  soon got undnr control. ���������  On Sunday afternoon fire broke out at]  Yahk, but O. P. R. Pire Wardens R.  . O'B, FitzGerald and J. Cook and a gang!  of men soon got the fiery fiend under'  vuutrul. It is stated that ihe very uryj  weather is the cause of so many fires in  lore, and it may lead to the*opening oi\  (many more properties at Moyie.  District'Court  In the Small JDebts Court held last  Thursday afternoon, the case ot Walter  Elliott vs. S. E. Trombley and wife, be  this distriot, which fact has made bo������hHing;> claim for $10.50 was heard before  the Government and O. P. R. firo war-B Stipendiary Magistrate Johnson. This  dens work double shift lately.  ' "May 6,11.60 p.m.   His Majesty theB������Pened *? *?' ^meafe of the 0om* *w months visit and will likely pur  King breathed his last at 11.45 tL^TTJTT ������       -tf*'-      .        ,      l^9 ^ "* ^ ���������*W *������ ^ "* ������f  a the prince of Her Majesty QomJ -     celel)rataoa 0t ^ ~ r6bnra *������������l*nl������ growers at- Creston.    Mr. Heath.  Alexandra, the Prince and Princess ofL^ *���������       iA.    ������ ..^.,   ..       ^  _  "jdon corporation at the Guildhall on De gthat this season will bs devoted by him  ember 6,1901, on which occasion he de-Hprincipally to olearing the land, but that  [ess of Ar*yle.     (Sgd .  Lakincs   B-djfT*"' T*T^ ^^ "Si���������* ***** ������ ***** ^^ ������f ***** ^  iPdweU a^d Dawson ���������������' ^ I ^     ^WSk6 -P"   to the feU 0l 19������Bgba planted*   Mr* Heath' wi?������ ^ be^n  guine expectations aroused by Mr., ������f Pneumonia following bronchitis Is bei"9 **** to ^^ **& WhSn hS ^i^^i^gaged in the hortioulfctmrf oeoupatioa  Schofield's description en route.     J J,eved to ^^ ^^ th* oanfle a, Aoatli |6i������ere was another celebration.   In ISOSgall bis life, is fairly in raptures with the,  "  J " bra-BCrestoa distriot.   This land land of Mr.  What Hon. Thomas Taylor said $1  to the people of Nelson  day about Creston:  '���������One place that impressed me " ^  immeasurably was Creston.   Thisy*  was my first opportunity of visiting that thriving settlement and -~  what I saw of it surpasses ths san-  j*l|Pdweli and Dawson.  *..  ->  | Wales, the Princess Royal, the Duchess  jof Fife, Princess Victoria and the Duch-!  'No one passing through i,y ths IfleVS? ^        *������"the ������f~9 g! dsfttb'|he v^sitod Canada to attond the odrf  jut the doctors thus far have refused tel  Jinake a statement.   Some of tho Bong's]  I"  Canadian Pacifio railway can get ������H ��������� ^  -   ' ~        Bt6on at ^oe^ec ������������* Ottawa. ' .    ^ HStark's tbat is being managed by Mr.  any idea of the Cieston district. ^SamBke a stotement.   Some of tho BJaig'sl   --        -       .  ,      ��������� ���������    .^ > ..WL,       ������ 8 uumibbwu ox ������"������������������  ������v���������'- .-������  /.-������        T^    i- "**������������ -    ^ .      -   .        ��������� ���������   The prince is less democratic than hisHHeath contains one of the vinevarda of  Anerewroom in  tne valley  in-jKfnendsareconvinoed that worry overSp - - ,'        iV ^ ^     gt������oi������ ahiwubihibuihis yih���������������btb_ ti  which Gres^n ii locate fer ������ ������������������- -SLl-Vju-. ..,.������. ^ ���������,!. ^ '     A. t       gfather and does not bave sueh an ardentHthis district and wil! produce a crop of  y   ^i<3__j -w-w^w^.   -amijutj erioicaJ political situaticawhich con-E,       - ,. , ., .  ,    .,       m  -ulation of 50.000 people and it is*HL-������.*������i w- ~*.u i-������ i rui. gtove tor sports,   it is, predicted,  tnore-sj^o. 1 grapes this year,  only a question of a comparatively Wr������^^^3le8Ples? ^te' a*Jfore,  that after his ******!*������  short time until that number is ������whl,< rf lfc did noi osuse������ A*he flttalp  throne the court gaieties which wert, ai -I  m%   there. I have seen*no spot in Brit-t >*aiuness.   Besides the nearest relatives ing���������   ^   *   x       j, _,       ������..       v-,^.^   >1. B        s  l^sh Columbia^shat offers greatei^'IBgjagiaad^tho Duke of Fife and thei*oh-  ���������>r>-gBPOEituidtiea t# lan&seekera'than ^^2,,, at OaMbaMfr*} W������Va in tiU.rfo.tf*  Creston and once this fact becomes  For Victoria. Day./  Concentrator to Start Running]  On May t6  .known abroad people will rush in  there.  "I was particularly struck by  i������ tbe progressive class of people who  > Tiave settled at Oreston. All aro  ������.' pulling together aud working for JS  i itself is bound lo push! the placo  !��������� forward. The work being done by  Ishop of Ganterbaiy,^ vrere in tho^eatbj  ^chamber. The King's brother, the Dakel  |ofConnaught, with his family, is at]  Suez hastening home from Africa. The!  King's daughter, Queen Maude of Nor-  [way, will start for England tomorrow.  Ireign,* will.be lee&*iaarkecL- v-^j^^i^jr  t( DATE OF FUNERAL   '  The funeral of the late King Edwardl  [has beon arranged to take place on Fri-|  [day, May 20th.       "  EDWARD. VH.  ' i  Born at Buckingham palace, Novem-  V  It wns at a smart dimo tea on WeaneB.lflo1* n"���������^. 1^6.  was an action for alleged wages.   The  defence showed that plaintiff had been  allowed to remain at defondant'a board  ling house and worked at washing dishes  leto. Tho defendants claimed tbat the;  g IHarry Dimook, of tho Aurora Miningfifclid not want plaintiff about the place,  and Milling Oo., was among tbe manyfflhut at the same timo accepted cf his ser  visitors in Croston thiB week Mr. Dim-Kjvices. Tho magistrate held that as they  ook's company having leased the concen H^o-d accepted of tho services of tho plain  trator at tho Alioe mine, he says thatHtiff they wero liable and consequentlyffliand  other   games   were; played, after  thoy expeot to have the mill running onHffave judgment for $$0 and oosts, thcgwhnoh on observation contest was held  the 16th mat.  The ore is now woitingHitom of OOo. being charged for oleaniupgrhe. first prize in this contest was won  for shipment pending the arranging of flout a pig pen was nob allowed by the���������  tho shipping, rates.    Mr. Dimook sayeKooarc as it was not olearly provod  that they expect to ship 80 tons per day  , for SB days out of oaoh month till thoB James Ooopor, of Soglnow, Mich., and  *nd of th������ pre������oat yoar. |a prominent member of, tho  Canyon  Mr. Swanson affords an example  of what is being done at Creston. ���������Irer 9* 1^*1,  >   Within the p������Bt year or so Mr. -f B   Created Prince of Wales, December 4,J  ������  Swanson has cleared a large area'jHl84l.  of land and has sot out 6000 trees,* ||  Visited'tJnitcd States and Canada]  U500 being apple."���������Nelson News. fHjgflo  ^^^AA^AAAA^^W^^*^ G;neraj   of  Blltiflh   omy# 1863#and  ,:/T^il������^t^fe^'*���������2^������5������i������!atsfe^  {Victoria Day oelebration to. be held.yon -  the 34th inst, are as follows:     . ->  {Oreston Mercantile Co 910.00 y  Moran and Mead >...   7.60  Burton and Jackson      7.60  I ���������*  \S. A. Speers   5.00  J. K. JohuBon    , 6.00  [Hugh MoOreath    , 6.00 ^  Oreston Drng and Book Co  5.0G'  P,B.Fowler  6.00 '  {P. Barns aud Co.  6.00 ,  Sam Hatfield  ,2.60x  |W. H. Tato  3.60X  day afternoon last that Mrs. E. C. Wil  son as hostess ontortaincd a number of!  her friends.   During the afternoon fort!  D������n*  by Mrs. Hnyman, while Mrs. Darby  shire won tho second priao.   A. most  novel feature of tho aftornoon's enter-!  i'  fcawimenfc was a word twisting contest,!  [in'whioh   Mrs. Mallnndaino won tho!  [inent hide and leather merobant of that  city, came hero last Saturday, 'to fltap a  day and see his old friend, Mr. Okell  He was here in the early days' of tbfel  {town and is astonished at the marvelloui  growth of the distriot.    When he was]  first here he thought that Oreston had ^.^ SendeMon     8#00  te8*'a a <be r6B^!!Zati0n^.Ty iedH������tty Lowenberg     8.50  JG. A. M. Yonng ,  3.60  JR. Lamont  3.60  IR.M. Reid j.. 0.60  jjos. Oarvor  3.00  iGeo. Nunn  9.00  Jj.H. Hyde     3.00  Hugh Walkem, divisional engineer ofBA, W, Coulter ,... 9.00  ^���������BaBt    f.BO  ' 'i  Stocks and Jaokson       1.00  jhis utmost expectations.   People in the]  [East hardly know Creston yet, bnt Mr  [Soott promises toba a good advertlsln  [agont and lot them know what a high-l  {class fruit raising community we havej  mere.  Married Princess Alexandra, of  (mark. March 10,1808.   ,  Grand Master  of   British   Masons,]  \l87i.  .Visited Egypt and India, 1875.  Visited Ireland, 1886.  Attended medding of Czar.s daughterHtho OT P. R. ^nabi lino of Vancouver, a  Jat^ St. Petersburg, April, 1804./ fibrotherof Dr.   Walkem,  who is well!  ,Won  Grand  athoDerby withPe^tnion/l890i^^'������������S^^^ O.Bodgers          1.00  nA W������o#.������������ ������#*������.������ xt.i.k., i'tuU     ,  Bonmsiway to.Spokano, st oreston, heB ,   ������    nd Master of the B������tV,180r. '      |mot his did friond F; a Little whartr hel r ~rr-~  .������-*������.���������,,.���������.������������������������ ^������������������. |������  -j      pmwflioH   4urn. j������a������nnaamo won tnoin ^p^fu^dfchoqacoaa'^^r<JvtewSnofcfle6tt sinoo  tho eouipletiott Of thel   Mw* 0������ O. Hodffew left for Sppleapo  Th^ooeoisBilvor.leadand alno.    TboiO1^ Lumber Co., was paying a visit toBpri850    During tho afternoon tofrcflhl0* i"a'UM*im* \ * Arrowhead bwioh of tho O.P.R. Bto-day on a short visit to hsr son Floyd.  ���������nro Witt bo flopora't^d at tho oonoqntrator.HOreston thli week.  Wuiw���������mat  nssta  .������'!  \^1&������&i,%JY& 'JL^XvTa l&J������*i  ��������� I ,     *  1 '     i      i'     i ,  cManufacturing Co. Ltd.  Complete    Stock   ol  ROUGH   and  DRESSED LUMBER  * i  i  fmmmmm  HM  m  ft   HV  y.y  ffiowpt otfttenfion Satisfaction Guaranteed  ':Lex  'IT'  I I.  ."��������� f'.ri i;  .���������Vl.  I'  mdrBQXM  I'*':*  crestou b.c  m^ , i ^3^3  ! ���������,,,.,.... 1,1.,-, .|,-|.., |    . I   ���������   *H''').!.'f ''���������','���������-',  >',ft#4lU'UO������k'Uit7*M������.*������'il������*ili '<.������i.ji-..'l..i-.,i'J.  yy,".,'  :":'i'l''  ������������������i;������.  monts of a dainty qatnre wero served.!  1'hoaepresent on' this oooasion were:!  Mrs. Roso, Mrs. Darbyshire, Mrs. Hoyl  man, Mrs. Mallandaine, Mrs. Nuunj  Mra. Attwood, Miss Howarth, tho Misaoej  Boll, and tho MIbsob Johnson.  i  Mr. ������1. S. Gordon an oxporfc at planting troon, who hailsfrbm Now W08";min-  ator, B. C��������� has this week boon* helping)  R. S Bevan to plant tho' 0,000 trees on]  (Swan Swanson's land. Mr, Gordon  who is famiHar with tho Amerioan andl  Canadian Oknnngan frnit districts, aay������|  that thoso famous districts, whilo grow*  ing good fruit aro oomplotly outolasnotl]  by tho Croston district in this Iroportani  matter, that in ibhese dint-rlotn tbo frnit  is grown by tho aid of nrHflttfni menon  [of irrlgatiola. whereas atCroseon oqnally  good, if not "hotter, is grown wlthon.j  (any artlflcal moans of irrigation.  Wo oro glad to seo a immbor of local[  fruit grower j gotting lottorhondsandon.j  volopos witii foots .aliolit tbo .Creston!  Idistrlot on thom. Suvoly tho fruit growlers who ato tho vory backbone of thirl  district ohould all uso Mntlonory of th'-UJ  Iclnd^ whenuonriy all tho busliistis monl  (In Cwston havo adapted this kind off  otatioaory.  *IV<*,'  1 I  ^^^p*������iy*S^ti^y*^ffl*fl&*S&^&^w^M^p^y^^^&^B>������iJ>^p^ft^ft*  i  one  We have juat received a shipment of Prints and Ginghams in the  Newest Slripe������ and Checki.   Theae are Englisrti and Scotch.  Good������ and Warranted Fast in*Color������. -  fPrice 15c. per Yard*  Other Mew Good* for Summer Wear include kawns, Cambrics,  Vesting, Galatcas, etc., at Lowest 'Possible Prices  consistent with tht qualities.  Pv..,y:i,,y.!y,,i;  :.>-jr:Ltii].L: ii'y'vi'.- -* -. .1-.
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���Tlnv. time-has. come," the horn  has ar-
xm<l. when  the question of the  spiinjr
'.'ahd.'.= i;hihicr wardrobe-' must  "be   facd.
In truth.-the spring, is'here, hut fu'tun-
atetv : the  weather  of  the early   spring
;.--'is���.',=uc-ii,l.tliat.Jight.weight wint<��i ciotlu����
iir^ l;y fnr the best suited to the te.n-
7x.ra.U1ro, hut.;the new  niclsls aie '"in"
find every mail brings announcpiniwU of
tiie'-displiiy of'the very latent fashion^,
so-ihat-wonien"are indeed busy rushing
liithcy and' yon . to see what  i�� onltjied
bv .Dame .yFiiehioii; to.'be  worn  for the j
noxt .fn'.y.^ni'qiiths..
.Thr.ro are always 'lu.'iiy hom- material? displayed-'nt this siM��"on. mule than
at "any other thue. aiid t*ner<�� ace .il��o
*ioitntleS5: different''- styles for each and
every sort of gown and costume. It i-.
in consequence extremely hard to deeide.
o>p:?c-;;i!!y us.there are btill to be foui'il,
��� ��� thi* ���iiiost wonilerful'haigaln^ in the left
oyir Avintei- stoek", many of -which are
auite up to.date, very'smart and perfectly suitable for' the pie��ent moiiwiit
ami will be so for months. It i-^ almost
trite to repeat the statement Unit tlu*
very latestywinttr, fashions are the same
��s arc- taken for-models fer =piing ajuI
snrriiiipr stylesAv while5 also sonie cue
**�� s" j ion that ha s,; Jbeeh proved' no {��i*. ! .11
���;"fp'r'.,.the V \v,inter is copied in diffoicur
niatei-ial for the' spring and >v.annci ��c.i-
:.yson,Sj--,.*jy.A-..;.'. ������:' ������.���;���������   .X     ���'������
There is undoubtedly strongh  niaiktd i
tkc\u��te.-'cf Aeheentricity a,��riiidi\" hnl   ,
ity y+'ivyno means the same thnin  Iv it j
-Auriil^Estocd���^uty also this   ep.nij:   the
- $& $a& gi
l >.>
Am you tooling tired, weary, miserable* and rail dov.-n ? *jg
!���> li li&i'd for vou to jret up in. the nioriiin^ lectin <* r^ipfl r��
�� "  '&
a:ia i**'robbed'    Tlio vriutor months havo tried.you oroly La"
���  ^ _ A  Jf (^
^'   find Tolihod you of nwe vitality than vour systesh liu**. horjn <i\
:,i        ,  ���""���* ; -^ " m
'.1   cOSd  to replenish.    Your "blood is  bIu^cHi and  must, bo :^
fiuviJit'd and revived.    You aro iu need o�� PSYCHIKE. tlv 1*1
Gi-oitcsit of till Spring Tonics, and Blood Purifier. It clours
th > py-iiem o�� nil trace*} of winter colds. Banishes th-ii t irc-1,
v-��'u*v fu'sling,
"Rostore**. your appetite and hnnj>*s youUift'}-   M
���*, vicov and health to you again.   Tako PSYCHINE
l.iv.    For salo by all druggists and dealers*    50.
v;. iind, GI.
a��uL o\eidresses aie very important ac-
ees- iiies for wlute, hlack or colored silk
miA.iv., ard the jios^ihilitios of a passe
di ���, i are multiplied by them. The
j^ov n in the sketch (.reproduced, from the
Xev \oik livening Sun) has chantilly
\e/iii.{j ot a pale s.vtin gown in which,
fm idges the buck of the ovcrakirt and
tht* ilJ;. Jet bauds finish'the slee\i*5.
tlm* lutes aio occupying the most
spaic at lnce countcig, aud il looks now
ii. though the, hoiiA*y i ones Avould be
qiiiii* o'-.t of demand, and some bin prises
n>.i s 1'.' awaiting ns* in the hales and
n     - un their way or still unopened.
Covored   Corda.
(i.u. covered with material of the
go\ n oi v��th silk or siltiu'of another
'.\ tb* .Halving put on iu braidi>atti*in-s
Li -"i<i ent'.** gowns or waiats. The->e
cir..!> wei-v used u vt-.w ago in tho hiihh*
mr.i'iei. but the dI'ussmakers nie fuvoi-
siy; a conUiutuiu-e ot the?nr, Shined or-
ln td.t-. pt" the mutvilal of tho gown or
o\ >uln".*j iii tho shape'of buckles oi big
jimt'Vi^ tvirn 'skh'ts amY"W,aist(-. Such or-
inu-ioiits often fiiihh tho girdle or aro
ii�� si in plain bnck hieudths of sillc o*-
������.ithi ���jowns to ghe ix ��u*��h look. They
.in* abo emplojed below yokes and ou
rill* ^tirtiKlit ehi^ic gown known as
tlu* '"pephuii" has brought into the
*,��opv Tor iU ut.o fouhilds in known
leisHllis. which have two kinds'of mateiial, one poiku dotted and the other
plain. The polka dots aie spiinklcd
o.ei   tlu* tn.vund  of  the dotted silk  and
" SALAD A" is hill-grown tea���grown on plantations high up en the hills ia the Island of Ct-yion.
The leaf is small and tender with a rich, full ikvpur.
i\i�� a hordei   all nioiiud it.   The silk
couus i i fetiect tones.
Theie uro holts on most of tho new
gowns, the sctiii��jitl piiiucds shape hein;*
out oi ut.0. Many of the newest gowns.
ho\\p\i."*.\ have unbroken front and hack
p.l'11 :->.
 iti t!!v.-"'   of vnvarysng good quality.    Will you be, content   with    common    tea   when   you   can Vet "S'ALADA.'^?
A   ��<-*&4&4    TO LADIES AND, GIRLS
Tbia beantifuS Gold Floltb Locket, donated with precious
stones, with ibis lovely accfeghsig ts one of tbe Intent oroamcRtn.
SaMirca^B.S:S!He!5Jc wlUsont as oroamentv of thia" &lnd.~
S^D ?�� MONEY.   Send your pome .and address and wo..
will send yon 4 boxes of Dr. MatnHa'* Famous Vea��tabla MBA.
the most powerful Tonic and Blood Purifier known.   SeU them ,
at 25 centa a box. giving free to each purchaser one of the pins
seat yoa-with iiiePiiis,   *5iic helps fsk to sell rapidly.   As soon
as the Pllla are aold. send us tbe SI.00 collected and we wiii send
yowthia.handsome LOCKET St CHAIN FREE.   Write Unlay.
-  A3CRESS       -  * *
Tho Dr. MfcSayia Me��dus .Co, Dqpe.4"9 T@rQBto�� Oat. |
are   rnariy   moro   what   roa\   he  tert-.t-d I ~
. rriis-jjjjiW^  tr-o-ie!.*.   wlti'e   the   i>"i*i-��-ix_v ' ic   wem   quit^   nev
.<>'.A?vy!es..v.��hMSii':y'."niuch '.lose
and orig'nal, Tho
ity | waist is extiemely simple iu design,
���.of.;desi��rp aiid'mere caicl'il co-idf rui**u j with a slight blouse i-tteet. wkK lias
of '���y.rhiir it suitable. Fc** -jV -:oe. *hT** ' either cur\ed *.nrplii<.* folds ^liowinjr a
a re ystrk-tly tailor-made co-tu*��*e-. which } V-eiutpod yokt oi i-v f'i>i��hed with an
depeud absolutely .-upon tie !n;i>*. the �� enihioid^rcd f::1! ar 1 tiuued bai��k cutf*
cut arxl fit. rather than upon cniAmen- �� to match.
'���ta.thinA.or,' trimming of a'sy kind. The $ Simphcity and beauty of line ar�� most
wore elaborate street vii^r> on. cu the \ distisctivelv ^hovsu iu many of the sim-
enntrary. lie so elaboi.ue a- to make j P-<?i mod-I* is voile de sow, cachemire
thftin quite possiHk- foi rFce;>tion wear, j de ^c."o .md the most charmiiug' of th��
As, yet-no ...marked originality ol design | soft f.aished silks and satins. One most
ha* made its appearance, and there is ' favoiite model has not ono particle of
-nothing absolutely unlike what ha^ been i tnnsniinsr. The material is rose pink sat-
���put forward tentatively for the general I ia w:th double skirt, and the upper skirt
public to. decide.: upon;''.' \ is draped, while the waist      is in soft
draped surplice folds, bias bands of the
same material. It is simplicity itself,
th'a mode*:, but made in. black, white or
colors i�� most graceful and becoming.
It is net so easy- to make a& might be
xkougat at first glance, but keeping always ia mind that the lines must be tn-
brokeu and with 3 perfect fitting >lining
the ta*l: is �� possible one.
cV>r   those   who   love   trimmed   gowns
Will full iskirts he populart    This'i< a
sei ions  C'uesUon,A for; which  aa yet   no
'unanimous-'vote has Jbw:en ea-jt.  PleateJ
aiwlyrfitheriyl  skirts., "ac-'ortleon    pleate<l
anil V ^s'theved  all A around, pre  exhibited
���..asViiio-.k-U for crepe dccHne. silk and all
,wa:*h r.yatorials, but they have not aiyet
'���. lic-.rri.ynmdly songht for.    A   verv slight
g!rl!��iiyti��ure is 'required to look \\ ell in
r.i-'!: skirt, nud the-long slim Jinea that
Xavf  emphasized   and   sometimes     given
outritr'iit  by  Jlu-  more  seveio ~tyU��  .ire i
far  more  popular.
'O'vei'-'skirts- have arrived, and if there
i< ml a double skirt then the effect
must he given by the tut and trimmings. The pointed tunic or double skirt
effect is  the   most generally   becoming,
������hut thews .are several effective models
with  draped  oyerskirti     oi   with  extra
.material .draped lo look like a double
skirt. There is more than a hint of the
old   fji.-,liioii<fl  window drapery in  some
��� of the new gowns,''hut il is a fashion
that it-quires the greatest skill and the
host of work to he at till satisfactory,
nud* iii its best it ift not a fashion
' entei'fil  into nislily. by the woman
cinmi'l   afford  an  endless    number    o
One of the newest skirts haa a dis-
tiiK-tly odd uppeiiriin..T, for it is cut, in
two .pkees., tlie upper part quite close
fitting, the lower a quite full flounce,
gathered or plaited n*�� the eime may he,
unit the two joined under a baud of sonic
trimming; it is at the moment a fashion
for the 'gowns of ��� crepe de chine, soft
Bilk1 or Kllk voile, but will be undoubtedly, ebusen as a popular madid for the
wash nmterials.  ��� It in the revival of a
buttoned -up the back, is too trying a
fashion for any but the exceptionally
beautiful figuie, and even, the modified
imitations with the plaited skirt, ov ra-
Hiea.1 the plaited flounce, as finish to the
sheath fitting gown, is not sufficient to
entirely ltmedy the the too conspicuous
outline of the figure. And yet the fashion has much that is good about it, and
so the clever woman recognizes, for she
has the model copied with a modification of the too close fitting, too scant
skirt and with bandy of trimming on
the waist that break the too severe appearance   most   marvellously.
There are many new fabrics, but all
tho old favorites are not thrust aside,
and while the softer, more clinging materials are best suited to the draped,
close fitting' gown, the stiffer silks and
heavier weight goods are more in ..demand than they have been for some
years. Serge is one of the ��� materials
that have experienced a curious change
of finish these last few months. The
finer weaves and softer finish are now
thii  =cason  will afford  an  unexampled j much smarter llmu the T?id���,
 .. :...    ...     -    j~ t ..I--.:-    j.__i.-"r -_-      -i J >*����;_i��l
opportunity   to indulge   their taste  for
ornamentation.   All kinds of trimmings
are displayed and in endless ���   variety,
while   there    aro   many of the    newest
fashions  for afternoon  '   and     evening
gowns that depend largely upon    their
trimming. Soutache braiding, of   which
there was so much last season, appears
again, but of courso with some change
and variety. Soutache braiding on satin
and  crepe de   Chine   gowns is smarter
this season than on, the  lighter ii'aus-
paient fabrics, and a very popular model is the satin or crepe de Chine gown
with the effect of ia braided twnic. The
to be J mateiial in itself is so delightfully soft
who    and diapos so beautifully that the braid-'
ing does not interfere with     the lines,
wliich are very simple and displayi��very
good point of the figure to the best advantage.  In this model'the woiafc'lino
is absolutely normal in its placing, and
in Until it seems as though every detail had been planned to keep tho outline as simple as possible.
After advocating^ or at all events admiring, srmplicity of style, it must.be
carefully considered that there is always
danger of an exaggerated simplicity and
coarse, hard appearance Qiat',' after all,
was far better for winter* wear than for
spring and summer, and the serge of
this spring can be made up in ths close
fitting one piece gown most satisfactor-
fly- . i .
A. T. Ashmore.
a   Summer'' Season     of
Flounces,  Overskirts and Waist
With chantilly laces returned to the
lace counters, no end of old-fashioned
flounce's, ovcrskii'ta ai*T waist trimmings
may be expected during the coming summer. With the chantillio!*. are a host of
other fine laees, such as the fancy shadow wcbi of allovcr scroll or small figure designs nnd the wluto cotton mal-
ines. In the chantillios and the white
cotton malincs matched-up sets*are provided in every width wanted., from the
deep flounces and bands from 27 inches
down to two ot throe. Entire stets of in
Turbans continue in favor, as they
are becoming to young and old, stout
and slender alike.
Tho  daintv  one  in  the sketch
made  of  cream-white  net  aud  trimmed with white and cream marabou
feathers   and  a  large  gola  and  turquoise  ornament.
It is the bloodstone.
S>et in a ring is the usual form of
wearing it.
This may he a single stone, a double
getting or even five stones, aa the wearer prefers, or can afford.
l^rofches, chains and rings are tlia
feminine forms of wearing this stone.
Pea vfpins, cuff links and fobs are the
wav a man wears it.
^TORONTO, ONT. p^ \\ "
A Gents* or ladies* Solid Gold Watch co��ra from $25 !���
veil v. HI
to $sc.
to secure a
D>> not Jirow your money away,   it you
a Wacch wbicn to keep time and last w<
* **
With winter not officially over, icy
cold blasts coming our way every littlo
while, and muffs still very much ia
voguo and also in ovidence it docs seem
a bit early to talk ot thin summer
But tho glove makers consult the calendar and work wisely without regard to
the weatherman; and so when spring is
be equal to any Solid Gold ���Watch send us yournanif
address immediately and ag^ee to sell 10 bc\t*son'y s>:
l>r. Maturin's Famous Vegetable Pius at 26e. a box. i
They aro ths greatest remedy ou earth for the cure oi 1
poor ana impure biood, indigestion, headachps. ecnstl- g
pation, nervous troubles, liver, bladder and kionev d����-*
eases.and all female .weaknesses: they are the fer��?ts
Blood Purifier and Invlgorator, a Grand Tonic mid 1.1'eS
Builder. With the Pills we send 10 articles ot jowirv to j
give *v/&j Vf'ui Usfe jjimb���iu��s shakes th?:.!.,.fv ���- *.'I -
This is the charge of a lifetime. Do not mist it."' S , .lu- i
your order and v?e wil) send ynutheiobnxei. p<i����t p, '.<i ���*
When yon have sold Uiem send us the money (5'.*..��i .n-il *
***e will send yoa * $
*We are"
the same day the money ts reee' v, it.
-._  i giving these beautiful Wnt<*li>*i> :.-��� ��������'*����i
our Remedies.   This Is a grand opportune v u> - <-ui
valuable Watch withoutliaving to sjit'iul i <��������! u Am
our Watch is a stem wind nnd stem sol and i��.m hi����,-i- if. j
back wind article generally K'"en a* pinuiiirt* 'n.',\
tor our pills without delay.   Address -.       (*.
Wistoh lien- 20
... .���  ���. ���. ��� , in  the ncwost fashions this very poirifc
style   of   many   year-,   past,   hut   with   must   be  noticed.  Tho  absolutoly  tight I ._tl-. ���rf*,.M *���,. +llr,i,.a
i.iijslifieatious and new towhob that nuike   fitting  coat  frock,   a  one  piece   gown    other luces of snnllav nature for tunics
mtioils    and edgingj  in-four.-or  live   ahnost^nd^to eoinc some of tho acce-
"ThVlSSk^hintSij. white nrnHnes ami      To add yarlcl y or   olaWenes., this
jljji   ijuu.1%.  muiii/iiy,  ��iiii.w       �� uumnn    i.bo in��k<>vx  hnvrt  inhrndnned  cm-
And they avt easy to keep clean.
And look so attractive w'lsn they are
clean���shining and bright.
Light as the proverbial feather, tjo���
no aching aj*nis in lifting aluminum pots
and pans.
There "aro all sizes and all kind* of
pans from milk kettles to double boilers.
Spring brides will he wise lo remember theee facts in furnishing their futuni
ingly good-looking when it cau be worn.
A tiny frill of white next the fate relieves the coloring. ..    ',jr
Formulae Have Been Weil Tried Out
^    ThougUtlie NA-DRU-CO line of Medicinal and Tojttet Preparations .haye been ou, aale
r a few mouths only, don't Hunk for minute tliat iii buying NA-DRU-CO goods'ybu are
experimenting with new or untried preparations.
Thoir Origin
The twenty.��ne wholesale drug firms now unllcd
la the "National" hail all of them lengthy careers,
gome for fifty to one lmndrcd years, prior to the uhlan. *
liach firm Had acquired or developed a number pf
valuable formulas for medicinal and toilet preparntlons,
oil of which lieontiHj the property of the ������National''.
Since the union our expert chemist ��� have carefully
Rone over theae foimulrc and selected the best for the
NA-DRU-CO line. Every formula has been carefully
studied by thete espertii Improved if po��lble, and
then thoroughly tetted ac&in, in actual u��e. before
we consider it good enough to bear the NA-DRU-CO
Trade Mark.
An Example
A good esaunpte of what we mean Is NA-DRU-CO
Nervoxono for Brain l��nf�� or uervoiw hr*alcdown.
Tlie formula was pronounced the tnont ncienlifiii combination of nerve medicine**-, but this was enouRll for
us; vie had It tried out v/ltu a down different kind of
Brain worker*- ��� School Tcncheru, Ivawyern, Wook-
kecpew���att well ta Society lcadetw ana home worker**,
���nd c%erywhcreHie result wm no Rood that we adopted
U a> one of the beat of the NA-DUU-CO lino.
There are'therefore no 6xp**r!ttietttt among
t?A.-t)R.U-CO -prepftrntioni. W*�� l*.��*v* lnv#��tpd nlto.
gethcr too -mucli time, work and ni6��'e'y In the
N A-DRU.CO line to take any chances of discrediting it
with prcparationa that might not prove BiUlsfnctory.
We.makc absolutely certain that each'preparation U
' satisfactory before *wc endorae it with tlie NA-DRU-CO
Trade Mark. ,
1 AsU your phy��ld��n or your druggut about the
firm behind NA-URU-CO preparalloni' and about the
NA-DRU-CO Hue. They can tell you. for w* villi
furnish them, on request, �� full lUt of tho IngredlenU
In any NA-DRU-CO article.
"Money Back"
���i If by any chance you should not he entirely
, oattoficd with any NA-DKU-CO article you try, return
the unused portion to the druggist from'whom you
bought it ana he will whind your money���wllUncly,
too, because we return lo him every cent he gives
buck to you. ���
If your druggist should not have the particular
NA��DRU-CO article you ask for,hi slotik.lid can get
it for you within two'days frohj our nearest wkoleaule
Some NA-DRU-CO Preparation* You'll Find Most Satisfactory.
lUiaumftfhn*. Curo
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Y*Mit ?��wW>*r
Babr't T*bl��U
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C��d Uvsff Oil Compmnirf,    ���
TuitUu (23Usi)
[������(Inch* Wifm
Iliiib ThWiU".   y
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"i��lnl��>�� IimIU* Oinlmant
oolliurh* Gum
loiiturn* Uiim
hit* Lltilmaut
oniv ��ua vnaQven at** rum
ms�� jt ��<*>��� wmmm
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National Drug and Chemical
Company of Canada, Limited
WU&mtlm IlirMufisi sti
wiNNtraa. wtttiMA, xxLoAiiy, wutiiwr
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, v .,uv...y.vrT"��*Mi'r<il...:i.   ���.. ii��:',.J, i
AkUi-AV* toe* H)B *IMIf*     ������
,.,<������. i'*;y!' w.,..��wwi
tiWM *.mliw*m*Miiiiim'wM.m.i.
sonaonj tho inakcva have introduced era
broidery���daintily done flowers, ppraye,
dota and other denigns, iu nillc to match
tho hue of the glove itself. Thia i*m-
broitlory onda up the back of the jdovo
from tho wrist. It extends qui��-o li"bh
when tho ulovo is elbow length, but tlu-ro,
Is just a "ftufrgestlon of thlu when the
jilovc has r hut a couple of buttons '"or
,fr-Ht<-��h-*r.   '
' TuekH, too, play thoir little par*- in
ornamenting llic new feminine ha ii'.iov-
/cr\ngH���woo tiiok�� that go around U,��
ai'uiH and live done In clusters uf two,
throo ov four, . ' r     '  .'
l'aHtc'ilnKn, too, arc unique this, s*v 'i p
and instead of the conventional bullon-
'l.ii,' down the middle from tho pa'm, ihty
fttunon at tho ohlo of tho wrist. This pi>f*
har>* i*- to simulate the alcove fust'-mii,?.
Ami It ia rather offectivo ond <1oph not
look too conspicuous, as one might Im-
pgii��r >
Aud ouch ilollghlful colors tliot*s aro
fiom whioh to mako selections! Surcy
tl��"*i 'filovo ' makers keep pneo vita tho
fatuionable fabric and silk makers nnd
dyers. Ijast year thoy started doing tills
and tho vobuII waH a pleasant innovation.
TiiU year tho shades aro ov.cn (linop*j
U cly In dainty and dollcato huos, whioh
wiil n.iitch gowns and tailor suits b<*i>u-
Chiiinpngnt), lovojy blues, all the violet
(inti*, |iougoo, Iho hew reseda p,ro��n,
fiKchia, mahogany, exquislto roso slmiUw
���a'.l those you may havo In ymu' j;love
tiox II' thu contcr.tc be of bilk.
I: 1'iiey nvn vory spring like.-
Kotehiiig looking tailored suits tWy
ni ivkPt. ).
'And separate skirls that nro "vcy
oniart In appearance.
Tho Knalish gun olub chocks urn al*
ways modish.
So, too, are tha while and black nhooks
with a third'aud liriglitor color.
Top coats of ohooks, well tallovod, und
with a dash of red or a nli'iiiilng hhe
touoli on collar and cuffs, are very eHli.
Husslnn 'blouses, also, of - shepherd
cltoclcw, nre thn shops showing and those
Sl'iV IH'it'i   UuW  iuul   pi��:lLj.
. . ���. '   ,      /..,','       i -  ��� ! -y I,        ���     ."������,
. Yei, thoy cost more than tha, other,
���Wiiii;-!. ���'���"������"��� ���-..:.'.. ��� ' '���YX-\X..YYy
lint tlH'Y, will Inst a lllotlaio, so Uic
Oapreys.   Fortunately    High ��� Fur3,
Clever Now Chapeau.
One discovers with relief the en irincus
prices asked for real osprey���with re'W
and sadness miugled, rcmcmbeiiug .llic
slaughter of the birds. The expcn-ii of
such feathers 'rises annually; ia ra.'is
now gourah*and heron plumes co^t nbci.t
ten guiuciiB apiece, aceoi'ding to tlv* ai/c
of tho sprays used. Thoir great pice
argues a shortage of supply,' uu** * may
hcli) to placo a limit upon,tho uuntune
Tho hugo muff, too, is as' pliable .md
lookB as luxurloua us can bet 'JUit inu'is
of vurious sizes are to en|oy a new ��ui'-
OOSH, ' * * '    '
One of tho most supple aud luuidsomo
of fur sonrfs is uiadcof flcalukin, both
sidoH alike, and t6 matoh such a scarf
tho milliners are Introducing sealskin
Into our hats, Thoro is Immense attraction in one smart mode.1, which to u
crown of white suede adds n brim, facod
with soalskln aud a hugo mass of while
eock llersagUerl plumago In front, The
fact should bo noted that thn brim,
which Ih high at ono sldo, is small and
straight at the other,
A  Novel   Little   Entortalnment'.for?>
Ono clever hostess gii^e an egg party
to a friend who was to.be married after
Euster, the entertainment   taking     the
form of a novel shower.   A large basket
on the table, says Tho Housekeeper, was
filled with     egg-shaped < ipackages, on     /��
which   was a placard-r'Spring   Eggs���       *
Strictly Fresh."     Thon followed    soiiio
'clever tableaux> of'tho old woman who
wont to market her egga for to sell,
falling    tislcop on the  King's highway.
Th'e l'oddler "Stout" comes in, steals hor ,
basket and runs and presents it' to the
bri(lc-,to-b*c) (who is in the audience*.) Tho
awakening of the old woman, her woo
ovoi* tho discovory of tho loss of hor bftfl-
kt*l< and of hor petticoats cut all, round
about  and tho cntranco of the family
dog, whioh began to bark while "she .'began to cry was all strhjOy In accord*
anoo with tho woll-known nursery ryhme.
After tho bride had examined     lifer
egga, tho parcels containing hor.glfts, fill
wont In to lunohcoih whoro tho 'Master
mo|.if was obsorved throughoujt. SA .has*
kct'of'faiiey eggs formed tho'contropiecc.
Ovnl-shapcd fromes of Btlff ,whlto papor
were sla��hed to represent a broken regg,
and the face of tho host&sa poopedcout.
a*   iho*- novel   nouVonlr' at  each  piAco��'
whllo vlolet-tlittod," ogg'slmped  ba^ots " |j
served fov bonlion dlBhos,      >    "    4   '  , S
Tho piomi was chiefly In gold ',joid
white, wlillo nriifloinl vlolots added] (��
dnin*b\t6uol-* i'o\Wariy of the,dishes..f
"  ������       '* < I       -  *     *    '   i, tin'.    l.l.V ,      I' /'
Mado Over Laco  With  Buttons and
v Loop*,
Very simple little chiffon hloiuot for
woar with tailored suits uri* mndo lu i'.Mt<
ton to nm tell thu coat and skirt", laid In
vcitleal tucks, olthor pin tuck* or pin
tucki-v alternating with' ������ipuirter-lrieli
tuekfi. This tucked chiffonM:;laid.oyer
troai*) laeo���Vulonelonnos of bold do��lgn.
Alciiuon, CharttlUy���ahtl lHV'uriti'l|iiitu��d
save for an lnoli!band of Bolffboloted
satin finishing the nook of tlio .throat
Him or a little below, and running; down
tho loft front, whoro the hlortso fautous,
Littlo untln buttons and ..loop* uro ��ft
along this,opening, and a plmitod frill ol
the chlffoii falllhg over a ud ft frill of tho
cttiiiUi luce fhilchMJ th�� ��<*(?'��� r��f the over*
lapping front, . Tho hIoovca hnvo a tiny
undoMlcevc or cuff oMnoe at the wrist
with a umiow band of satin flnhhlng
the oversliiovo, Therm Is a tat.Ut girdle
and a Httlo gulmpe of the oioamy laco.
This ' I* flt< ' nn��ilr*l��l�� model, eu*lly
nnuln bv nnv dretninaker, nnd thoif. Is
aiVothor hotter than itimt of the curving
band, whioh 1* difficult to nd]u��t-mooth.
ly ��i��d Inollnpd to broak,    Th�� piquant [ yeflr 1 RIO? Thon It Is a century old I it
*n\U* i*id��l> nf IW-A.'.m-vlftt.w'Mild not h" vium o'ltlsaked an enllrft* ioo v^rsl?'
ItjSboMldjBun.Down One Side -.h��
.,  Blousft.Front.
A dainty finish to the blouso Jroiifc l*i
thn i frlU, i *
\Tlui. plaited ' frlU running tlown only
one side of a central band hns como Into
.popularity^ this season, another version
of the wamo general Idea being the frill
which slips under tho central front plait
of jv �� blouso oponlng In front. Tho boat of
1 these latter frills -button in ,*Wjltlt; tho'
..a-ipioi buttona which fasten the blouBOi J
'nnd"so nro easily adjusted.        .,   V.    ' / Aj
I'lnln frills of fine laws or frills with ,
nnrrow colored horns or vory narrow-
lauo edge aro unod hi this fashion, or
the plain tailored blouses of soft shoev
stuff which have Invaded the provlnoifi',
once dominated by Um tbiloiiid vv&lst Of
madriiH or linen, and tbo removable frill
lauiidcm much more *afclly fcul satUfac-
torily thnn a frill permanently, ���.taohsa'.
-. 'A.W0NPK1L,- yyyA'A-'.;y':
(Oniougo Xriiiuno.)  .^     ,    .,
 ''Wlmtlt*.u"*i��V ��M,UApi*S.J.,,*V|��d ydrt
snytrbaslxien In the family-ilnoe the ;-;!��� ��
������-��^I'N 2ift-HO
You cau painlessly remove My*rora,w����tiieiy
:Oom.Exttaetor.5;ylt never hums, leaves'.noiseorjui
The forest  woe
��� -.ABpdini.    ^  --,-.
;?V:%gaisr:=i^iwas' AJ^ssyy^etinVy; wS<*^y^|}|:'
;as she felt, greatly surprised to behold?
���{ theV*visitbryofA- scarcely V- 'twayhpiiraj^uer^
i^^oM^TboSifiat         ,       ,r
y V. had p��ce��d.ihite very epot before," mux-
i\ ?,,y.;'*y^,..V:yyyyiy
AJcfisted^fjhfe.^.-_. ���....,.,.. -h,.,.,,,....,.,..........���>-.. ���
y^Cduld'? anything havieyhappeuejaAtoynerT:
Vthe bei&ing^of IhlsVio^Ah^tSbrc^V the
intense: yeinptioni1
seemed to him
resumed their
that T'was home, and that the .tree and
|^:||-feajpin^hi3y: y^ceq^^^apu^Vi-l^^;.
^y going due easti 'How could I haye made
��� v y*y^i'b^iyi^^ thafc
Afe'^Gk>^a@Vti^rt ^Hf ordy; ,***^Tiisl^;y and Autty^
y#y*vliafc^-^^ d^^^iivlmejaupmyv
77gobd,Am^tS^du: ��� not t^jo^^iB^dy'y��ui|
' ftOyilieAV y^ndyVof y-th%;
#VMiiBsA^U8^^ ��
li^i^a^y/llyyy v-& >. ������ ;..-..--^v^,.. ,,.,,..,..,,.,.,
I^^AcurfiiiigV-W^Aaii' .ih"Mc&tipnyybfyit����
Igl^Tasy h^^^<^i''Vhjifen^tVMiss ViAiisirtin^
: p&jphib' ds^pa^eaVVtMit^w^'Veo^'i^7^ in;'
waa witti ham, of "course ehe' must have
returned home; under! the drcumetances.
Result of
, -,,V;^]t|tlunky:EAwpuldA^
^lA^.^:-yj.y.yy^;:-w-ryni%bVj^x^.*ri.��'l-,��;'':J-   -.'���'���4-'-.-'iJ_'����-'-"^.W-'
^KiniipSsShahdigoi^so y trendilyyy :ahdVV^i
:f^^^^ipSyer-heated: ?��aa^.rattte!d^
i'bSs^ad^hi^?^pV^*mei.yAOur'y; stenogra^v
JFerrozoiae^a^d^'iw^ 8ay ���;
* l&dfca^ri^
ytremii^MiBly: f-S A^AXX^AyYxM^yXyyyXy
. jGjoitumy iifofcedyyaty iicr'^jb'iiiS-airi
;Sibacfei-hlMi^^^ .
S?f|tanyl&he^^ ...
ftrans wedV'V'ivhile ;|;t!^^(^yio^
;iroze^dwii^;tuiei- loM^hd&sVo^&s^ghfc:
< wtSthat^fei^i^^otV ieeHth^ii^orgybf >'
y3oe?S: Alt'AwasInp^mercifai^^prt&iudLyvitD}
*^if^Sr?= *^I;'a^::^^l;'^P*^iB^i^^^^^t^^
Hei-Aharidsy; tightly Atpigetiieriy
f^i^WW^iSethis -^c^ty-MiaAS^rstand yTfe)
;: ih^loySjytpianyi; ypimgAyWOnffi^sin AHad-;
yXSli, ASs^OariislefewhbmA 'tymmtAieeyyatJ
: tp* fiiidKhim^ifAVy ouSiehysine Ayoufej*0?X>
^reyi^uid^^Ob^^ 7;.wpttld}%UitA^^U3vA^
ljiiw^:0<e*r^'t^?o&^;'i^ *yrf'^V;^ih,att'eryofVia^
���gw^uO^Viin^'ii^ '^niiTei^'oyjer|ai^��^
VT^>#^��{^e*',VA;Vl^ Vit^ta^gM:^ihe^KatA-iflairinan^
�����S7^M.:��*. -���>..���*-�����..:r��-��->i,;/^k't^^-.vewyi��-^ ,:iSJippd|;p^&;ra^
���not'J^ieed,:5' ayjli^acief^-Aai^^t^'yimfc! of;sthiS:
Few-But the  idle nicli Can Afford !t
-'. y&y".i^y^'-;.^. >v'-;*-i--,l^���y.-i;rt-j%::>^'^'--:;'V.->..''.iL''.^rV^4i^.j.'^       .-;���,..���
ApHE ^���y^TOiie'^|vq^uwt��:
Vrecenit V:'gales.!y7':Oney place
��� |??V"You|::caiwipt lriwn^^;h^^" |-*^ yy^ "d; ^
;S)aifc^wiliiiK��?7^W^i: rcs^^vVtj^i^piE^Aj^
���^iack-^ .-th^
g^HAIi ill'/* Tj^^s'S^h"^
?mad�� V-;ii^;'3S^mi^VTO^^^
_ ff'f:j^Jwia��'Jl^y^gVj^
���taiSwyiign'yity^'?7 i^i^^^^Bw'':'! ^ire-^eV
fWoiiid- y&yi^A mjassa<ca^
���;eouidy teSiy* iw> Y^&iie^y^xypyxAAyyyyXy
Gomdion to the only place of .safety that
^poprrAasrffoi/s^i^ . .,���
Vu't^beAplo^d^i^idyi^^     ...t ��� ...���.���.���,
|S''gm^KThe^^ii6e^;aMS^^ -'
^wbrfch-^if1^"'you're'A asy* shrft'nr',,;
'ntarfseVy _^. -..���. ..-..-.���
hia had kept the acquaintance up,''.pledis-
����� :���������-.". y^<-.*..y.. ��� ������-y.-y^^-*>_y^'-v ^���.yL-j-j'^x^x^-'.'ft^.'L
^kiS^^'cai^aUihg^V a^,leasi^yt^c8^
J^d^ao^^h^Jeig^y.nip^ Slie:ywai^
;^It;yiW*h1t^^^ y4t-S1y::yn-v?A.a,y:;- ��y^---;-5. ����� -yi..c
talwa^S:.l^Hth^ina',lS'|d^^ ya-fvany
|(^luchyi isVystillAVn^lie^ yto
^.iy ��� ^'-^y^y^
" 'TClh^lupisl^A^
^I^^dVfa^fsresagMl.. r..��� ,���-, ,....,.
him���ay! pitied him from the depths of
AberV soidi for 'she .told i* herself ��� that shey
^eoidd b^jiothing ^o him .while life last-
i��-" 'We have been enabled to take the cramp���;'
came between them. - She loved Clifford
'V ?i&;:'#Ii''^^^ -^1?*^��^.''
f<jftii^in^^|tO:'~^^  "v''"'"*''      '"'"'���"���������"
^ j^vyiOT^^oui^aae^^bj^^
would gpy down to; her grare unwedded; ���
A She V was. bejtjiftning yto*"beli eve; against
espTain^TtWa/y her hirrowing doubts and.
why he bad; left her to the metcy oi the
^^rl^sV*i^ey I|l)^|^
1 by superior numbers and' taken"her. fprc-
.���^yy^pi^him !g!$!fl^||i^
, hhn again and ��� gave himytheV opportunity ���
if poor ��� Joe had but dreamed what was
iji'^i'^^i'...'  -...-.-       >	
coolly admitted, 'adding     that heynao
'nxade:lcv>e with <\nite as muchf^do^.^
lover had. istter*d     these; words wihen
word.   MdesA Austin .was silent, too, but
���-many  week ends caravaning Aestrmated
'.���^&l->-';.-yL* *^.-V'-;-.-1 ���'������: ������^.^^*vV-.--'.s-'w'>..-?^v.v<��.v^^^^,-^^4^>.-.-\|^xr011Die
..' '��VOL'O..V*vu��n* ���������
Ai.:;        '"'' '
thought camo
|i''"���   heaviy fahien Xbrauehes aprb'ss the/ almost
' '''''y'flbrt|bf,. rudeyyplatf prmyu^yyinStheyy^ete^
������'���wn:eire;Ahe'; could y Stretchy hhnsblf yputiaiid;
A InV those long--.hours    ifUorice. Austan
i^j^^^rinise jy
it hs.d7,
sometimes be done.   There Vwas 'a' beautifully fitted up one -at- the -meetithis;
1 ;is^^Miit^,tli^heAli^Ab^^
yf^ helped '.V'Norlhe'VupAtb' hor, pl(vce of. .sheltisr'1..
J^yBimeme yVatiVr��^
[A^;5,'!that|��he;;eould.^8tythei^y'witliOutVfeiir^'' ���
-'A--yruftaa'���..ilie:��� .-lphg'y\hours of���'Vthb'��� .'''��� night'
. xyyAA!f$X8M..s ?JhX^rymyY i*i:W��:��:$m;&yA%i
y"ui$yubA��ipulfBay;* 'Tliis is -a'i'.oitieruiue'i-.'
To words ���allied' tluit tell of hope's -leelipse:
Long as there dwells in any earthly Bpot'
��� Orierheart; that dwells with love'/u'uskak-'.
For jib soul's storin-weatlwring anchor's
;|| :yV^��y' ���y^Ue4oyc)Hyes''0n !y; XX Xy > y y
A 'py''-x y.xyyyXyyyxXyXy y -Yh-'X : YX Y y yy:.
Nor ;ini-yGo'd^plaii,!1may^verthrbw'befall'
To'."any.ymah'y^hojvlbsing,���elsewhere all,  V
^Yet' cltiims^AalbnciVVbneVcpnstant heart
'That-y'to,' AliisyVovru; gives; a,Ay responsive
���;;-���';''?��� ..fthrilljV -"���'���"  "-���"""    ������������������--.������'���.������
.andycould'y'not .have been built for .'less
ijoYy ^inei^^^Mlth^c^^ [
j irpry f��rayanmg.;;m.3:thej:wf6i^nt
���truth of what you .'eay, then ihe and the
people of Hadley will btjar from-^mei and,:
:*b;nflahiiiig* disoibmitt^l. A'CJIiffordy OarlSsle!
willi wash" that he had^ neverip^-j^:wwu j
fire iu the shape of Plorice; Austin. Ay! j
I. ban. AVtmk   * a fierce viongeaiioe upon '
;'-~��w��d'A I !*lMCyw^-ai':;4olla^ ty^t
play foot and loose with me, ho wall find
^that;"he M-''vei-y.:'V''hiuehv'mis��^     VlVha'vVeV
���;t^*you^|*tih^ W��'JM#
^'Jbii^TO'i'iViwijfl'j In-.-j-^j^iiiBf ^ypiijL^ ��6.v- I<rl��atv^'j^^>lcj5."
' cuAi^ tinith ��� ^'h^
take the* tiwun that will bear him Boat.
Wev^dr-plannod thojt I��� should join Wttiv
I  BtoT^nffritb-iinb^w^ ;��� W
������..������..���- -..v.,., .^^.....-^--^y^,.^
self A-'secretljr; that he 'would; only f^o^o
providing heVcouid" hol^inythe;meantime'
. n��akeiito;^c%ie>f vo^^^i^0^M^^.
;A'drajg||ed Athelr^slbw! length|r'Abyf Joe tak
^ihgyfltful riapa5hyAflta and starts;:listen-
, ; ;Shg Jbrig!^ and earnestly every little vrhllo
"''i'4brbathlng,'frbmi;ribbvo.'.>Ky',y������*. ..yvy   Xy-, y ���.'���,(.
Fronting olateAthj
, 'y';''yVydawnrrV,'y:^y.::.\,(1,.
' v For lovfe . lives
.���;��� .'���'. .:   .'.;.:,: V;.v'���'�����',A'yir'.yy..
i' {'lAWM/ty-
energies to battle.Vwithylt.
r., y.ior.VInVtlibi/WftbA'amall hours of that never"
>to��b��i"'forRbttbh, h
J caugbt 'mei^^ ibundi'oE I^
^'yvproaiWrti^^'I'A'^s^':';'^ Wf^AAin y-y^
. SlAhMCtt ;l^a^nboJi,A:ahd-'^fl,:i;jthoy^ ha^t^,,
'A giithil'irod yfroni their  oonverstttlon^tltat;!
V   fto qhlef" b*d g|veh, i��p the hbpobf cap-'
; H^bravesyall ;bnck 1;^ tlwliti^
' W'iWwKffilWaltl'
I*'(,V; .iso toldvofly,, oli��do<l tlio vigilant;Pawnbdsi
" :v'Vv-:,!'.iTltflh',.th6y. f611 to dlsoutjajng vigorously
^wliatiicourso thoy ,liad takon, andVj,by
[\ A', listening'* IptCntly,; Joo -.Booh > loarnod that,
[:, ytlmind
A ���oarblirAwas scarcely two* miles distant
A from J, that very spot, and tliat by follow*;
AIngAon aliriost hidden \iKt\i thnt lay
.,; alongside of ii row of stunted buBhcs It
Ix X could' bo reabhbd with illttlo cliffleulty
��� 'V' We "'��� ymust V wnopA^r^VfowVy^
and review th6 thrllllng'.oVclitfl.that were
;taking. place'' iriyHddley.;A.y; XXyxAAAyXi. A
Wlien Norine's grandfather, d-lacotverjaa,
her fliglit, his" grief wasfab Intenobythat
every vothpr wpe;>ya��iA<*^or!*lMowe)ltby;
It j he forgot the porll; of theVlylllageni
and hiB dear oldAwlfo and?Ijli^solf, Vfor;,
got everything save that   tha y dearly
lovad owe lamb had strayed from the
fold and   had  ,wandered none .know
';!wMthcr.A<!7: -A} ^':'-; '"���'������ -'������ A X' ���:��� X XX-. XX: Ay
'���^^-���^ ^f."^�� '!: ii^.x^S^k'v^JX'r^i^^^-t^^-iZ
goiicrally'ate ��� the favorites ambn'gfcaral-''
I women 'folk .of thb village* are. bath
yirbd^lofetHfcri'y^llb I gb'toVBearblv5 for
| doesn't:; take much to fhurt the;reputa
nyA" '
much .to'fiiurt tno ropu
a young, careless thing like boh-
""'XT'   'I    "��>: ''   ~''���' ���   ���"   '-���''   '.���-"'���' '-.���''    l��u.'*v**  **
' lWndso^b'fstrdnger 1" ^uorlad'' hlftv old "^J^y
wife.) *wlth#ar��y Jn' hbr: yoloe^he? 0^ ������IjSIll
hands trembling^pitifully.'���.���'��� ���   ' . .. "A.
'���*���! BhalViboU fbrhur dtBdrrisbnHnll.'f V��� ���
pandon   .... .......
fbanb6 of Flbricb'������> 'Aus'tih'a! Vbrtjgoaii<!,e 1," -A
,'.'ii ���.D'Wbl'*VQp!i'^^^
words .���\vitliv.di^ay,i,bjs'ihe Jl^kiedVivt -her.
Blhe ioebniiwl; tmiii^Om
to a-- v��ir4tbiE>leVfleindJw
:���: ���" NbiVano.Uior;^vtb^Adld.Ae^��A.n
with ail opbed dbuiied������: ;l��ie"r'*! lprig,y.Ifteavy.
cloak aaidVJiobd, wi*^ dw^ngia;iyjpflbvbr
hor ^o^di^brMid':Vf^'<i^,7i^0:^ed>i;ttot.
bIdci wns ready,'Vond tlila-t''If;;;tiliieyybxpect--
od ito init��ro<^ tlub-.flyii^, ^
lktoytJiley. would liavo'',ito:; make VdU lpo��-
���'You knpw thbaoV^.^
dio,"; ehe Baidi briefly;,   'JwkbV the:f lead
andVI will follow,. ,ji^^
libw'��� tihou' t^nty'^
jouhwy. JHo .left Barrl��bn Hbiil jlcea than
a quiairtbr: of aw,li'0\iir ag;b)'it>,takes, but
iuiilf an hour tongear to n^ivihbilst^tion,
,'ab';*' ���nVn4baa'' ywe'" 'mdkb" ';n.lJ'A linjrtmj';'. Jib:'i will
havo'boiardjod '-tm^p '<.ttwi*ln! ih:'-s{)iit(<| ;'6i;''ui,^. .f
��i Ori'ibnicilirlng tiie dbpot tlioy."founiil.tlidt
tilio twuln *wiluoh yvab' .duo *J,v ���) Wopld>; ��� not
rohcih Hadil<iy��� WBatrnigiliit'''-.ityyrai�� lialf
burlod in an omibaarikmoTvt^ of ahow^somo
lunndirod  niAliis away,  UieJi*  <k*>paialiai
��W^^iW'-bniw Ai -v %4: tXXYi' i A V\ ���
any p^��OTi|gorti: Ihitooftitllng ��� *to go
h&ve nbAbiisiness7 here andAhouir;^pnger,
liil^fe  , ������	
which iaDDoarB on anpthor?,pa^e bfAthii����w-
Bive trade; markedHne ^which has;,y,eti.beon.
brought oiit in ...Canada.: ������XA^^XyyAy
;>Th?i proposition,^as .i*pntUned^^he^.,
vertisement, is ���.,a trulyy.^National*   fine-
aKntoV^hlchlbbf t^ffreatest^proctlcal
importance; to every; Cai^JSi^i^kiyiV^jr
t Scores of Canadian manufaotbrors. have
already improved * the .bUsiness-buIWlnsr.
value of.Sift well-known-rand. thateipeana
bave*ovbri carried theMiie^w^faryM. lias
���tl^yflrnt^uolilnd: the; NA-DBU-CO^Trade
��������� ���; To*-ou^iit"iai5.^
dor the one; name and trade matfcf'ahd.ad-
vertlso;a��, they aro. doinar, ia ffbuo ne��B
ffenluo-itliouirli it would .be bUsinerfa' sulf
oiae were ;thoy not absolutely iofi.rta>n,ot
tho.duality of each and every article,trade
mbrkcd}''.''''.y'. <'���'���"';' .'��� '"���"'.,''���''���.���-'���'���''��� yyh-';*v>������,���';"'."
A""'eaVb^ii 'reading of tho advertlsemont,
bowovcr,;leave�� littlo doubt of.NA-PRy-
CO auolUy,, andyimpreBaeniono; .with.the
huslnesB acumen and judicious darlnsr ,0*.!
the.fjrm which has planned euoh.a(ipro-
icct ynnd'announced it wltp. suohyan-ad
vortlsementj ��� appearing jto-day, ^o: Upder-,
��� '��� Vm ,..'.'*...;''' ','i- ..     r- r  f  f .    " ���'������*;-'''������   '-���'��� '<���  ''y1 \^^
piy| and civility reoeivedy andA^al&*^tafce
whether, the; pitch -was charged^ortand'-
^iiiJvSiiisii^iaiiujyiii.'iij '
IJ.WK o^.'.Avyvayf.ctAi.ycftxc, ".yjiuiaa.
��� \''"*iX*-l: ''Ji'v+vr^lAj '���-'���i'-. ���'.,.��< r. ������'.'!. :.^^^l.l\Ji.lLlli\ lf.i.
about Lincolnshire.   This year. ���'��� several
France and are going about Brlttolriy7.
iHo^vVt n^ylg^fejtae; vbhs.' 'past!, the'-'icus^'ral ���?
there ;i8ynpyinBnp?raWe.dlfficph;y^abw
getting; ii'iynh). intbV France. yBmtalr^jis .
Ayery V clvilp Tllby-'adflirees' tbf; ���.the ��� 'i Carayari
;01uby'is'Ahoyr.; 3S8-Strtuul,! yl^hdoiii'A
' v ^"VJV V ���:yySi'. yXX, <y*A*n^yy<X- #m��
^M^y^^^^mMtt^l. ^���x^.
bringingybaoky myrlost
i take the PiUsbbcasionallyI
.: pretty-heavy.'*;
���0$$$"""" ' """
^���tlijB8eA"Klls;;cui^?.,sU^ xi ^
I mid^findigesti'b^^
^..*.-..%v ���:���.�����,.. -..,-..._.^.---''yhy::ymH>v;sog?:i^
i by^all^ifnedlcin^ de��Jcrs;Abr,AV
Dr * iWilliams^ 'Modlcino, ,Co.,i Brock*
A Soon��� afterward'f^ovTawnoo^
��� Un / I i ���,.   y,,. i,..  y, ,,_���-.������.-,-�� ��Sv
���^FBlmH' looic'lofheraiBarrlsbri HalV?
hb' ��� a-nrtworcdf w^'If ����:I'S'fdb'^:nob>"f ind y hor
there, the liandsomd stranger must point
ottfc- .-WhAro. W*>'.: HM -^Ipniioi' ���-���?W^*,ii?i^vr^ i"'^
���Jin dhV notVflnlsli thr;WentortfebV bis
vtdi��b dying "sloivly aHvayi in' A'mutlbred
eiirse���a onvso, yyhfcli seein^d to^r^nd his,
very,8oul In twain.*- 'yy:*y':'yy..y :";';;'���
'Chore was so muoh commotion ;pn the
strdbts that no oho Anotlood1 that: old
tDahlol Gordon,,partod< sltyntlyt from his
wife *attlio: town ihouso'door *^ahd,stru61fi
Into-a natli tliat lod ovor tbo hliu to
So other end k^oymK^rA'X'^A^y
It was qiilto' an hour's tramp througb
the 'drifting ��now��� but tho old man,
whoib heart was on fire *wlt va. bitter,
burniiiK ��*��i��Mi t",��.��****ly heeded tbo long,
denolato journey, until ho found himsolf
���tindihg, for tlio ����ond time that
night, In front of the lowering gatca cf
r . .'jnarrlsonvllatl; 'XX >.A .���-, '���'���.vy,. A yA ������ ������;������;
attf I v'H��*dldlpo| bos tatq,m*,,bo��orj* an to
*^H-''^" Virtrr? SsHVoSmrj-WrsVi^ 1w�� walk-'
HKawttiBoHd <    ,
U  GoldBheU^lngel
We will frlvi yo��,yonr |
oii" "" *      **" -      *"
trial rlngt., guru* nUea U
kwiiU ���oil* gold .sbsW,
���   plain,  ��itKMi��adi  *��'���������
;, ..with. eMiawii slmulst/d
bo��M����ly.iitiM��.a box,
���ipr, Msi-fl-,;. r.,����.
Br lfl-411 ���"'
on, nh��iii��i����l��
kVis llTSr.-uad
aad **��� %m i'*nd you,
..:������' = y6arei#h��.?f enoof Jn"''*
r**2h^" to narohMtrf ��1
row, ��n��     ,	
ar* to |iVs awsy Is narohMUrs <
W�� do noli mtit finytaen��rb>wrs
��� ajMsMAMd we Mi* U��k wfcai m
Mum.*"' f Vm'>... '< ���*������ ,v, ,..���; -f ,���! .���    ���������. Jf"
���s^triwtf^'i/Hf'^i^^ji'icuaTy and hoavily upon the door.
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From ���London to Tohoran, ilrVlR^sl-i,
Persia" and 'its bapital, ToHbran^ ^y,o
boon, ybvy much boforo tho pnbl-Je fafolyj,
but. prpbab'ty,;fcw/ypqqplo^ajc^
thb' nowii: ^hlbh^'.hnB como   tltrdi|p%,f*Kp:
London i has,'.)��l8s<!ld i^ycr thb lbri^bot Mh.:.
graphlo clr^u t idftlioiworld. ^.'A:#^;'i|l V,
The dlstaneb <W>,t'^��etf IjiJndonf'nfth'^.
horani by wire,.isA^poOAmiles^amlythe
operator in Tohorah communicates direct
with tho operator at tho- .London! end,,
automatic reponters "tnklng.'thb^plftefli of ^
opiirRtorii  at .-ijoh^/plnebs 'along, the eir-
'ffalfci;--..'���1('.v.','������-.;.;  ';    ,-' yA'-.Y. .... ������ ���'.���   .
The flfst repeating station from London is' nt LbwcBtoft .wjiore'* the wires outer the NoHh Sba.boiibatli' which thoy
runyfor 200 mllco to Emden,   Hanover,
whbWHIib.'beebhd' auto^atlb: '.wpoaW*
:ount^h��b)��'tbo.���ttto,Mago^'!';,''H���'���. : XXxX'A"'a"
,,Thonoo, it Is iflaslibd. to, Berlin, War-
���aV, Tldunb, Qdowa,, Kertolu fltikhnm,
Ttbleh,' Tlflls ,'and���'. Timrli; from;,'enbh' of
which it at ion it U lnstautanoouiily for-
waited without human intervention* the
tetegraplilst at .iVhorii, wlio reoolvos the
message from Tattris, boing the first op.
���rstor to handle it slnoe it left I>ondon.
Vrom.Tohoran.tbe line, tb��i*l Attends to ,
India,' hut 'nowh.MolM. Is thor�� a cir-1
��� cu��t y��o long as that betwoeu X��li*t*a/
''���in{��'1��bn'!ci::A.:v:; ."':.
'; Viy^hoh :yand^8o^ tjQra In^ppt,.. fj^r^'i'^';
' y: .Thbrb!; bre^^bArbadsV; from;7 Taiijgibripb^'.
Foi,.tUbVbhef.pasalrig:^through  vAlbaieri
and thb"OtliOr* follbvjring the^ soabhorb?vl^
and except .during tho rainy season-, is
usually'blidsbn*by tlio trdvcllbr,;b^t��� tbib'
boaoh road toiLarache'VpOBseBiKssViAmahyi
,attractions'^andvybu'arb able to sp^nd: a
'night at: tlie bld; Pbrtuguosd sottlement
Of fArsiil, which is a nipdcl pf, thpyfort^i
/.��'���-, No one lias eveif ;^bt;v��mbasuMdA,'B>s��iusri'
'Tangier' from Fcsj! andift hope/the noxt
���person tbiimak>vtlior -ipuriioyywilltake,vii
mp^blo twlibbl A witli">. a y:y oyolomotor; vkr
i tachod Ato settio the vexed ^question'/onco
"and for (ill; ,nb*bfehl^.5I,b^
'at vi85. toi tlOOimllbsi i ana'it/ is .usual' W
tako froni oiit tp ^lffbtjdays on the road,
thuo.ll^iitlji'g thci dRUy niaVbh to twenty-'
''���fan want���'���io 'slibbt^on' dVrlvhig hf^iriinp';
:'..,a^a':;*lriu'rhby,:.,'clirt'' be done comfortably
nftslx days' if yoiir anlroalB' are not too '
hbavlly'^ioadcid/ arid^I ^aVo,'ifl|dd��n"f��^m'
1^* .to;Sar<w*iJie; in <\)im> days, dvirlng'.t'be,,
ydt'bfvAugusti' but 'Iti U aa exporimcut*
not; .to- bb! rceommoa^ledi yy^(��� y \^ $; vj7 ',;���;
:T5itoept ^ during the- month��'i.of ��JTuly,
AiigUBt and gentemlier the climate   of
Morocco is temperate and pleasant. The
early spring Is, however-'tjw/'beot-aea^
���<i?, t^ A;J?��rn/��y��; .**$&^^t*bpl^T;r;a|ns,
whioh are rJlkely, to overwh*lm >you <in,.-
,ty��;^atp dutumn and*��bTly!.wlntar'hrtve
4oodsedi;1?b'b;'Tlvbrs dwi seribni bbi^lbji
during i^jb* rainy -j��a��on, i asv thereAnro.
noy bridger* and no fowled except *lo��e
*v-y fX ���>��� i. \X< i y''*Cwb^Biifel<^,^'r^;^'ii^
^:fest^peojplef imaig-inb
! d" place ..where malefactorsare punished :���;.;:,:.,;
for,; jtbelr ���* crimes^'a '
dVlodging, Is taught a.trade, and,i.tt,
j wlsheB,. pursues tlio study or forefj;  '
n m,n're/i��     A I.   C]i,W. vnn<�� f/,',1* Kf IW^ If A��^��
to the ebast; and- aonabqubntly "If tb*
fordsare impracticable you aro UMy to
be hungyup', on -tho \>mm ^f'\tN-J; fm
a v<|ry considerable timo, 1<i���� rl*��m
awt' wldd'add shallow, but; airo llsbld to
rlso dnd^fall sU to bight feelijn/t'iirbnli'r.
four hours. Your baggage must boyo-fti*
rWl on mules or horses,
' \Vfav$A1$X''~'''LJ---"���'
to  traoe  and  vnrv  eonstantlv  boeausa
A,.^Ar''Ai*:1:'V'1A'"'''"A"   '    '      ,y ;pv .. y-vy   ���-.
iangu^g"b��V; ArSu'g>rrio%^
���*��� I W?tni^t��^he,vyoungoT. [^v^m^yy^
reading, writing and arithmetic.   PrisiMu''   'V   '- v
'Mi'.!bf 26 'diiil, upvi*di'd>>vli<��"AWi:'mi1o'iftW^A*'A:-';A:
.raphy and history.:���:y/y.,yr.:.Yy-A>..-,vy^V"'.'V*My X
tstatcs thnt lio has aknoivledgopf J5ng-V;
Hah, ho is carefully examined byAd :|lu-   '���    yy
giust1 and' iho extcntybf Kirai 7khoyVWdgf��'*>   y
ffnthomoil, Vllo Isythouip.llo'wed to pqrdus'i;.';;'{',,;,':''���;;
hiB studies, tbo, nocoBoary books being .
iBuppllbd'l>y tlWAutho*ltIeS.'JVWben7tthbV��^<f^;>'A
nroysavoral In/togbthor a teacher h��i:Pbr���;Xyx';
vUln(id,from butaldc and,lcaoo��oAaw��rtTt.'   y   A
^nV'ctho offices a i record'of? each ;)f��rlsott*nvi!y ,,:,
er.;te Ubpt,du.rlng.hld.atdy. 4,ThW��qr.yo��;,, ' <
to sliSw VHotlifirWe scbnvlct'is���'���jI*,fiWjr*-,'f<',i
to ob6y' the bffWfulsji whothoK'heyshowaii��:.',<   ,��
;*ssearsMS^fs-M a*
whether hb mokes' progress or not 'fit hla.y y*
'Bcholttstli*, studios.   ; . yA'>\i<:AyycK*\"\']''x:A
tf'Vds  natural .that; r*tl��r ^Wdrfl*.*,'.'''. .*-..
this 'paradise,' I should' doubuU 'JapaTa"* y. i ...
troatment of bcrVcrJinlnals led .jtfl^a dd-, '"���']
cvoaso In crime., Tlie officials conlosttd   (,,.,
thdt,vdf robheA,' burgiats^ tWlbve��>)*Srid;.irAA'
awlnaior*.' nlKtyyptr. co nt. ic'amo^bMiV*:^; . V;; X:
the prison.  Of those who bad been 'twl��#!Xa
imprisoned, iilvty por \sent.��'f��t*rhl#a��;fi��f .ih m
.the fjxst offenders, forty,per,|B0nt.',t9,u'��4y7;;:7;yA''^
tbolr way back, ���" ���.���xx-i ;-,-?YA
., ��� ���    *���''' ������ii,,,:.;,','.! ."4��'�����''���' i..i...iii..M ������(. .y'?y^:y<ytti:iy
.iw,i��. v. ,iiwi wvrn, ��� ������  �����'       .   ��   :. ..���,....���,
��r*n'oiregnldr'roadd In MorooN
v;' i 'r~y- !����������, ,.-.��- ju��i^��i4-
...      SOMK ItBUKF; y
,  i ��� (Wasbingtbn .;S^ar,),A
;  V3* ycu dctw*t mind the btab.rbHy
fifing rr
���"'*'Kot'' as1 mtiebr'a��\;t':'b>(pooi*d'.,to.'r.'i��W:.r...>.V
plied jpiing,jMr,s,.li.TorU|i>��'*i, "CJiaripi, k. ltM
be forget* to t��Ik about tho booking.'��� yyyt������;.,,
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VjAi'i'<l; jV' BCTW  AT?  I *-    I  lIi > s"vr  i,���������ii���������  ^   V. V iW    f,  -s       ���������^  * -"i *j>ir*. ( v ^ .'���������fiV-j*'"   ������   ���������������'*'-wjir.?  t-C,1      V *   ^  * ���������*.        Li -      '  ������-������&   CRESTON REVIEW  - ,si  FHE CANADIAN  *    OF COMMERCE  ANK  HSAD OFFICE. TORONTO  ESTiJIUSUEO 180T  9. S.,WAi<SSS> President  ^F.gyAfg������i-g& I.41BD, Gsoersl Hsaaser  Paid-up Capital, $!0,009,69*$  Reserve Fund, -   @,0H0,@IHI  Branches throughout Canada, nnd in the United States and England  ������    tf6AliiSTuV   DiiQlRi&TQQ  Everv facility afforded to farmers aad  ���������VUURSRl    DUginCdO      ot������ers for the transaction of their  banking business.    Sales notts will be cashed or taken for collection.  **���������. ^V  H AN KINIfi   RY  'MAV!'' Accounts, may be opened by mail   and  ������Hllf\ISlM   DI    WifilU      monies depobitcd or withdrawn in this  way with equal facility. 12a  PEROT B. FOWLER, MANAGER ORESTON BRANCH  Wild Rose Lodge ISJo. 39  KNIGHTS  OF   PYTHIAS  ,,X Creston, B. C."  Meets. ev������iry o her, Monday from June SO  to October 4 at 8 o.na.^in Speers' Hall.  Goo Broderick, O. O.  15. J#aaeu, K of R. & S.  JR. S. Bevan. M.< of P.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  SOS.  A.    C.   BOWNESS  "Wholesale Wine and Spirit  Merchant  Cranbrook  B.C.  rv .������>  mi   thtSj  Get a       ......  FLEURY   PLOW  ���������j.-.,-,. ���������......>,,.... .��������� . -niiM  The Plow that Plows Well, Saves you Labor  and Preserves Your Temper  Junior Seeders In Slock  r'lanet  GET ONE  J  AT   PARVFR^   HARNESS  ANB  \'  The Creston <s0g^ tRevielg  Fablishad ovary  Friday aft Oreston, Scitish Columbia, by the Crestou Pub-  Uahteg Co., at their office, Blast Streat, Crestou.  z^ZS  % \^^>J^Wi^^\^W\^l^t^W\J^\^^\^^^^'^^^^'  J. BL Johnson   ���������   Manager.  BjU^e G. Scbutoh  Bditor.  Subscription, 93.00 a year, ic advance.  80-Day Notices, *$6; eo, $7.50; 90, $10  $  holograph  We have just received a shipment bf  Cameras, ffihns,  Creston Hotel!  She Revioir is ths acknowledged advertising medium of the Croston valley, cir- j  oalating in orer one thousand homes throughout the Creston diBtriot. Our  oolnmus are opea to correspondents oa live questions of local interest. Contributions must be brief, -written, on one side of the paper only and signed, not  necessarily for publication, hut as evidence of good faith. W������ invite support  in our endeavour* to increase the usefulness of the Review by bringing iu your  advertisements, subscriptions and stews. Complaints from subscribers as to  non-receipt of paper-will be promptly attended to. Address all communications so the editor.  *  and  will  carry  photography season.  a  good   stock of supplies during  )Adife4^f&J   ^* /OU  will  make   no   mistak������  Y      when you get off the train  g if you sign the register at  COMfliUNICATSONS.  [The Editor is not responsible for the  opinions of his correspondents, nor does  he always agree -with them. I  THE ABOMINATION THAT BRING-  ETH DESOLlATICN  Now that the meeting abont the sew*  erage question has become a matter of  history, which, like Jonah's gous-d, tiss*  came up in a night and perished is a  night, I would like to draw your attention to tho high-handed, low minded  manner in which the ratepayers were  treated on this occasion.  As a matter cf fact, osis asd. all were  invited to attend this meeting and, accordingly, a goodly representation turned  out. According to the aot the boundary  of the district should he settled at this  meeting, hut this matter seems to have  been ont and dried before the meeting,  as the chairman, A. Okell, told the ratepayers that the said district was to have  as its outside limits the original town-  site, as pre-emptied by F. Ot. Little. He  also informed the people that any one  living outside of this area had no right  to sbeak. Another important item was  the fact th*t the Seoretary of tne Board  of Trade, who advertised the meeting,  appeared on the scene without even a  oopy ot tho Act, and with this knowledge, "keep your month shut," so to  speak, and the foot we. don't know what  the oot Is,-people, yes ratepayers, were  called together to dtsousB what would in  all probability be an expenditure of a  possible -9100,000.  Fellow ratepayers: Did you ever rend  or hear tell, or even conceive of such a  hull-headed combination ? Aa a matter  of foot the ohairman lives outside the  said limits, and if it be true that the  secretary does not own a foot of laud  within said boundary, and if it he true  that the president of the said Board of  Trado is an alien, it is not muoh wonder  that the psychological atmosphere of  tho mooting was so foil of emptiness  tliat the meeting of the Board of Trade  camo to a full atop.  Just here I might soy that ono of tho  greatest and moat important assets that  a man can havo socially is to enjoy tho  confidence ot tho people; but onoe this  confidence is betrayed, all hope of ro*  deeming such confidence is most hopo*  lenslylost; and at present it would np*  pear that tbis Ib tho present attitude of  tho people to tbe Board ot Trade.  The-ratepayers however had loomed  that oue of their numbor had a premonition of what was likely to occur, and  accordingly tbat pa-ram took immediate  steps to procuro from the King's printer  copies of the hill No. 40, 1010, on not  respecting the construction of aewors In  unincorporated districts, also copies ot  the aot to consolidate and amend the  law relating to the Incorporation of un*  niolpalUles, chapter 148 of the royal  statutes of British Columbia j and they,  learning that thoso acts were In his  possession, demanded a mooting of the  ratepayers, which meeting took place  in the same hall the same evening, fl*.,  April 11,1910, at the close of the Board  of Trado meeting. They at onoe ap*  pointed a chairman who had oenslder*  pUila kuowiodu* of both act*, h������ tfoLbtf  closely into the matter, and  also  vided the ratepayers with what  tore he Wttld 5pnj?5 u^oluig OU w*v  mentioned acta.  "When the people became aware of the  real sentiment of the sewer act���������that  without even their sanction or vote, a  hcasd.of Gomzsissicnsrs might have been  appointed���������and as a result beautiful  Creston might have been in ihe throes  cfajj-iAWfaland needless debt. They  then turned to the municipalities incorporation act, which was all read in their  hearing, and as a result probably 90 per  oent. of the ratepayers are in favor of  having a township municipality, where-  **V ���������>������**������* m.������ anirm ������Vaf   *ESSdOS2  which  their fathers fought and bled for, viz,,  that of having their own council whereby they may lew their own rates of taxes, have their own court of revision, ap-  point their awa assesses*; <d^rk, 6to..,^cnd  once and for ever free themselves of any  possibility of any debt which the Board  of Trade or any- conimlssioner of any  kind whatever might saddle them with.  Farther, there would have been nothing said abont having a township municipality formed had it not been for the  fact that tho Beard cf Trade breached  this sewer question, when we have  already uu aui which covers all the  ground necessary. Let the Board of  Trade mind their own business, as the  sewer question is one that the ratepayers  and the ratepayers alone, have any legal  right to tamper with.  Some people will do anything for notoriety���������tax the widow and the fatherless to death and hunt the laboring man  from his home. The people of Creaton  are gotting wise, and woe be to tbat  man or oompany of men who would interfere with their profits.  Thomas M. Edmondson  Creston Heights,  May 4th, 1010.  ������  3  NIGHT SERVICE C  >  pro-     ^ ������*  litera-   ������    ^ occupy rooms over the store so that customers %  isfose-    3    needing medicine* dnnner the nieht will he given J  The Leading S tiie Creston Hotel.      Travelling  Hotel of the 1 men wil1  substantiate this.    We  , t ������  study  the  comfort of our guests.  Fruit    Belt I The rooms are well furnished ia  a manner up-to-date.  Our   Guests ]  Call  eAgainX  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen,   Ranchers,  Tourist*  iSt  quick attention.  Creston Dmg&BookCo<  J W. A, McBEAN, Manager j*  BESBSSSBaSB  Pipe Smoking is  .    |  Popular   " I  '   nowadays.    Men are learning that    g  - there's a heap of comfort inj |g  *l$$\ A Good Pipe j|  jg&^������|i������   But it Isn't everybody knows how    s  to select a good one    Let us help    ||  you in that direction.     "We have    B  ��������� JSjK pipes of all .kinds from the/cmodest ^fl  ���������i^f lit;i>rn*e,*b to-the orhamfental meer-  Moran & cMead - .- Props  CIIAUA.        ^VUIC UUU    ������^CJb    uuu    auu  I try ic. Get the tobacco for it here  y too. We oan give you som6 good  I] tips ou smoking tobacco.  is  Greston Wine & Spirit Oo.  5. POOLE  Prop.'  p^y^r^^yyTyyy^>ry^^f*s^ a a ������ * *a *TnrvrsirfSTnnnritrvysvwrsmTfrrvv t>  We ar������ Agents for McLaughlin ���������*  You Save Money by consulting us before  Buying Elsewhere.       Easyjerms  ���������***���������  m v  *W^#  jr v m   -������  \^A\JSm^d& AAA  ���������"-)  CRESTON  OlJUAJUL5LaiLfiAJtAJ> g fl g ftS fl ft ffJLfcAAJtAfl 0 a P 0 o p o c o o ftftjt^fjt. %J  KOOTENAY LAND PISTE1CT���������Ul strict of ���������  West Kootenay.  Take Notice that Clayton C. Wright, of Fernie, B.C., Jeweller, Intends to apply ior per-  ruianlcn to purchase the follo���������!nK described  lands: Commencing at a pout planted oh the  south side of the B.C.Souluom Hallway's right  of way, about one and one balf miles In,it  westerly direction from tho northwest corner  of Lot 3003, Group 1, Kootenay, thence v/eat 80  chains, thence south 80 chains, thence eust80  chains, thenco north 80 chains, to point��������� of  commencement, containing Ml) acres, moro or  lens.  Dated March 4th. 1M0. .���������������,���������������������������  CLAYTON 0. WRIGHT  Notices of Application far Renewal  of Liquor Licenses  Tak* Notice that I. A. .North, of Blrtlar, lie*  Intend applying to tho Bnporlnlondont of  Provincial Polioo at Vlotorlu, at tho expiration or one month (Tom tho dato hereof, for  tha ranawal of tho rotali liquor license held  by mo for the premises known as the ,Hlrdar  Hotel, situated at Blrdar. 11.0.  Dated at (sirdar, U.O., Mny Oth, 1010.  A. NORTH  Take Kotloo tbat I, W. Hall, or Urlckson.  B.C., Intend applying to tha Superintendent  or Provincial Police ut Victoria) at th* expiration or one month from tha dato heroor, for  tha renowalof the retail liquor lloonso held  by ma for the premises known as tha Krlokson  Hotel, situated at Krlekson, 11.0.  Bated at XSrletuoa, B.C., May Cth, 1010.  WAIiTlCR HALL  Take Notice tbat I. J. Marshall, of Kitchener, B.U.i Intend applying to the Buperlntourt-  eat of ProvincialI'oiioa at Victoria, attba ox*  Juration <>( om* month from tha date hereof,  or tbo rouuwul ui the retail HquOi* Uiwusuhold  Hotel, situated at Kitchener, B.C.  Dated at Kltcbenor,U,C��������� May Ctb, 1010,  XJ.MAMmA.LU  _T������ke Wotloo that I, W. barton, or Crsston.  ���������.a, intend apptvlug to, tha Mujwslntendent  or rrovlnclal Polloe at Victoria, lor the renew,  the mail liquor lloeaie held iby mo for  iremlsas known as tha Uurton llotel, alt-  alof  the premises   uaud at Oreatoa, M.O.  Dated at oreston. H.O., May nth, 1110.  WM. UUUTON  IVrikaNotloetliatwe, Jf. II, Moran and Geo.  Mead.of Creston, B.O., Intend applyliig to the  ���������uperlDteadentor ProvInoial folfca ut vie  toria. at the enplratlou of ona month from the  datahereor.ror the renewal 01 ths retell liquor  lioense held by us for ths pr������mlw������s ������noWnm������  **������ Cresten Ifotel, sltuetea *t Croston, ll.C,  Dated at Oreston, M.O., May rtth, l������n>.  J, II. MOHAN  umMuu  Take NnttA* thnt, I, Hlilniy (Poole, of  Oreston, li.c., intend applying to tha (luwirin.  tendent of I'rovtnoiarTollc* at VloUirla. at  the expiration ot one month rrotn the date  hereor, for the renewal ofth������*rhole#al������ liquor  llaense held be.tne for the pramiies known as  the CreiUm Wine * Hplrlt Co., situated at  Oreston, ll.C,  Dated at Creston, n.c��������� stay BU.. 1010  KOOTENAY LAND DISTRICT���������District  ot  West Kootenay,  "Take Notice thnt Aleaander'A, Gillespie, of  Fernie, B.C., real estate agent, mtondtj to op-  Sly for pormlBslon to purcbaoo the following  escrlbedtlands: ^  Comidunoing at a post planted at the south  side of the B O. Southern Hallway right of  Way, about ono and ono-balf roilos In a westerly direction from iho northwest cornor of  Lot 80(J8, Group 1, Kootenay, thonoo south 10  chains, ihonce cast 10 obulns, thenco north in  attains, to B.C. Hnuthern Hallway's right of  way, thenoo west 10 chains, along Bald right  of way to point or oommoncoment, continuing 80 aores more or Iosh.  Dated March 4th, 1010.  ALEXANDER A. GILLKSl'IK  FOR SALE OR RENT���������A Ave-  roomed houso ou Victoria avenue.���������Apply to Jns, Adlard,  WANTED���������Glrl for general houso  *worlc. Modern iionno and smnll family;  wagea $33 o month.���������Addrons Mrs. Row  oter, Box 87, Oranbrook.  miR. Beaut  CRANBROOK - B.C.  Tho  Funeral Director  A  MiRABELLI  isiwaaiitM'sia  THE    CRESTON   SHOEMAKER  Best Workmanship  Boots aud Shoes made to Ordev  A Speciality  All the Latest in Hats,  Flowers, Ribbons and  Veilings, Ladies'   and  , Children's Sailors  A fine assortment of Ladies'  Waists, from $1. Infants'  Silk Bonnets, etc., etc,  Mrs. M. YOU NO  Fourth Street, Creston, B.C.  ������A^W*VA^vV������VW'*^V**'^*VVV*VVV*yr'������,**V  Fine Cigars and  Cigarettes  ALWAYS ON HAND.  Pool Room, Billi^dis  ':yAX::    . " and - :.''.;������������������  i-Barber Shop  '  .''^'"y'   *���������     ���������       " ������������������   ''*���������,'/' ',  :i::'y.;     BATHS:"V,":-;::y   '  Both Hot and Cold  TonsorUt Parlor, Fourth St.  ^A^'-**l*,M'WMe>'*-A������A'^^ M^*>AAi>������������AAAiMiiAI'  1 TIB   IPBCSiUli  Barber  OF INTEREST TO FRVTT GROWERS ,  THIS IS TO OKRTIPY th*t I hure; i-nipMtfd ths Karimy Btook  crrown by ths Riverside Nursery, Grand Forks, B.U., and found uo  Infectious disbanss, >      ,   *  . Tlio stook Is woll -grown and of excellent quality.  aoth September, 1000. ���������        M. ti. WiDDLKXON,  Aislstant Provincial Hortloulturlot.  *j^jito$**^l*i**^m**i^i0*^*''*ti**w**J'i^**^***^*rim*''Hi'i*i  WALTER V. JACKSON, Aaimyor ,w -  Vk������1ll������������%������WlMI> '  Say, Johnnie, can you tell  me tphere I can hire a Good  Saddle Pony I -  Sure!   Try the  CRESTON  LIVERY  It's the BESTINVOWN.  There's a Good Dray and  Transfer in connection. Also  Green and Pry Wood.  Cameron Bros*  PROPRIETORS  UBB  Starfees & Co.  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  '     General ComnilMlon MorelmntJ  NELSONV     -        B.C.  Spiced Rolls!  Spiced Rolls!!  .   ������ r  We have* fresh supply of  '   *  SPICED  ATOLLS  These are BoupIprs and take the  ?lnce of Ham or Bacon at 'a Low  'rice that will surprise you.  Fresh Beef, Pork  Veal and Mutton  ������    Fresh and Smoked Fish  Of AU Kinds  P. BURNS & Co,  Limited  CRESTON       *.      B.C.  Mtm  ���������ppfi.  ^y**>*mwv*%*&%������*A  On Sirdar Avenue  cBosion SikeJ Beans ana  Chicken 'tpleyEveryy S*M*y*  Mrs. Ji A. Mitchell, Prop  ���������rtrjt.n  ,j>AMM������m������.������ai*������n.AJfcjtjiiiiu������^Ji������mj  ('���������I'l  Bat ]:'^/^4^HU  XA  '-.nt mmmi mmm m*^mmuikmii������.mmm,*tiiiii,m,mmM  'fm^m.m 11, m\i0i.  ".)���������;���������!.. ������'��� ���������'������-'jfjw,'��i'i   ���"���'-. ���'���   '���,'i...i    ���  '���   ���. '..wi... 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mama flttswjriy along saldrlglitor way to tha
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Mrs. T. Colo and'family loft on Mon-
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day ftorn Boattle.   Tho family have tha
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worktnji on his farm noar Eriokoon. He
returuad t3 Kitohaner ou Banday.  i
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formtrly ,|ito'>.ttb��w ef Crcstoa.. ;.*3?3��by'
will roaido ia JCrloksou. for - tho proscnt,
Tliejuanyfriwidsof tho yountf couplo
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Hot and Cold Baths
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aud Mrs. .W.. Barton tost *^*^kr'f����ii*'#i��;AV yXyy>;j
in�� to Oraahwok on T*��*^**yiiiii, ��� v
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and Andy Mllte, fli* wardau, -rtttumed
from Nelson ah* -|t��ttt^'*w��*ii^'''W��^
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These war cars tune pra^a^lly small  mobile forts, equipped with qujck-fiaing  guns, and having all their vitai parts  complletieily    (protected.       Their aoranor,  which in every case has been subjected  to fire tests at dose range, is (bulletproof, and in -the Freaeh and Austrian  patterns completely covers the interior  of the car, something liko bhe rounded  gsu-tsrret of a baifclaahap. Wiheete and  engines are, of course, amply protected,  and tlte Austrian pattern bos tihe additional advantage tihat 61a driving {power  is applied to both   sets   oi wheels   by  sneaas of aa ingenious ds^oe, "vJ>iol>  is  a etrictily guarded secret,       llbe fattest  French pattern hias a revolving turret  armed -with a HotoMriss quicfefirer, and  both, the French, and Austrian a������ weii  as i������he German rnvar cars are   able to  cross country, if necessary, ami to negotiate1 ditches aaid obstacles of the ordinary character. , y  The picture of, <s, motor basttie in Which  these monsters wi!i opemtfc ia a ihigbly  antscestdng -one to osnsidi&r. 'Use German idea ia tliat these war cars will in  a great measure form the pivots upon  ���������wJaoh. the <mobil������ elements of an army  3n tbe field -will work, and tbis, in accordance with, tbe German ������onseptk������i,  >8 What is likely to feappen.  WeS out among fee advanced and  c^ivering isroofis erf.on army on every  road fesudfag co the front there wiH b������  asroored    high-speed  My     ������������������������������������ -Mm'-  SMOTHERS   yyy- A/y-:X0^yy  yAVyNo matter^l^^^^  y y.dry well, ' Y^^^9^XA(i^fyy^k%}^;:.  Ay should bo K^$a;yt&eAh^^  ;A They not. 6nl^������ure7tM)i^or;0-������-a'i-..  .' blesVtb.Whi^Ell^  A. hood iesAs-ubfji!^^  ..; given an i3oe^inonal'Ado8e:^:ofV &,������  ���������.modixa^yMrs^'yQeo: AT.   Walker;  Masoouche Bapidsj Que., uay8���������:"I  1   havo .u^d-Ba^rB^^yT^jl^viterV^,  ���������. y constijai-fon^^^  T   of chiidhw^AVabdyAaai y;eo '-'pleased;^-*  i   .vritbthemvttatViValw  f   Tablets in;;^y'^ee.*vy;S<MVAfcy/  t A medicine dealers 'or7 by.mail un, -, 25  J.;y. cents y a; VbVc&;''fiw^yOyTbA|;I)r: ^Wil-  T   liams'yMedie^  ���������I^vp^,A;y^y  '*X''X'XXYXXX' "<" -""  ���������������������������-^"������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������-    -������������������   T  e ������i e ��������� e e ������ e e*>������*>ft������������������������e������������������>ee������e  ;y:y"Iyhadyn^  ''-yY;AXYy^'X-sAiy.&swyA'AH'^^fis  ^&'%&teaB^������xyy:Amkm  ml^SW0A'xW������^n  ::-:,YCU,iNyfe������SLiN  Vcailed. at V'thtAieihbassy  XX "W^ileVttiere he happened to tliinkyof  A^othet'A^i^d^-.ian i American ��������� who:;V.hadj  Vgbne A|dy������ej^in:; about ^hree;Vy ear^yb^fora  jto r epTeBcnt an Ainericaii 'concern A and  ���������ywOn^iBredlj^wi'-^  ilan\yXAyyxyyyxyyyX.y:AAXy -X '���������YYYYYyyyXy  Ayf������;f*t*?^h^yisyea,sier^:BiMd';^  V������e������ etary; A?'J^ti:^������ty;a  ;Ay*He^rot������yVa^note andVl*'^d^yitAt4;.a:  'm*ssseu|^r,'''''' ''''  ^^^���������^^ykriovf: ���������' alVVa^i^your ;f riel������^:  ' "',5iii*ift������on=;������iitiittoa/   he  Sald*^   ''     '''*"' '''���������'���������'��������� ,":S'::  yy^Vhat a  Baby Can- Do.  It can beat any alarm clock ever invented waking a family up in the morning.  Give it a fair Bhow and it*can smash  more dishes than the most industrious  servant giri in the country,  lt can fall down'oftener and with less  provocation than the most expert tumbler in the circus ring.  St can make more genuine fuse over  a simple brass pin than its mother  would over a broken back.  It can choke itself black in the fiu*  with greater ease than tbe most accomplished wretch tbat ever was executed.  It can kcop a family in a eon^-ant  turmoil from morning ^ till night and  night till morning without once varying  iti tone,     " *   "- '  It can be relied upon to sleep ;������Aac������-  fully all day when its father ii downtown and cry persistently at night  when he is particularly slccp\.  It ***sa*v be ihe jpaughtiest. dirtiest, ugliest, most     fretful baby m the whole  world,-but you can never make its mother believe it. and vou had better not  try it*"   .: * , *"     *  It can be a charming and model in-  lant when no one i1* around, but when  visitors; we present it. oan esthibit mox&  _     _ war   cars    armed  ���������with KersHjlvis^ mswliiae guns. Xfeey-vrS.*^  ed .^oops, working ae^^coontry, _������d' ^ ^P6^"61311 ^^ o������ ������f^P������������**j?������t  with,   the   cyeHats  in   covering   tlie ad-  vaace, or feelhis for the enemy, aad hat  catjturing and holding      bridges,' fjords  aa^ places of vantage. Conversely -they  would materially assist ������a cov������sing "a  Tdtreait, or in protecting  t������ie fiaak& of  where  they  customers  woulu  Qg   Y������������T  for cavaiirvr to  an army,  awkward  iocide.  They will carry tiny garrison* of 2roan  10 to 12 men, and as obey^work a������omg  the maiai roads tfiiey wiQ act as suports  and rallying points to bodie* of cyclfete  who, &otiw rjL������ ,the monster^ tentactes,  wJR search'and ^examhie the couoaAry  between their own "road and tttta nest,  auTfc always of--being able Ato retire on  the ^protection ol, tke tnabtie^ fort .and H������  mFi������~,ir5irS - snrrr.       Fdrfchsr "a������2sisk!E������  wia  m5n~.rrj.rs - gasi. j-arsssr "ccosaiess wift  arise where, wihen opposing aostilc nv  *as������tTy or cavalry, "th* war motor can  be need to clef end or as?3>ult points, such,  as a bridge or defile, and they win* be  invaluable for tbe purpose of a sudden rush to cover an attack, or hold on  limpet-like to some post until reinforce-'  masts can arrive. In thesa days cover  from fire is ao invporbant that many occasions ' will arise when these fimuS  inritnte forts, whidh can. ignore the rifle  ���������fire of ain enemy, vr2l *prav& oi fawrAensa  vwlue in ajsslatlng tho efforts of their  infantry  or cavalry.  l-v'li.  rT  "*       ^r-  Send for free sample to xiept. cj.  tfonal Drug t Chemical Co.. Tcronto.  Tha   Eternal  Queen   Elizabeth.  _.        *���������. I*., v������  Feminine.  i  The publisher of the heat farmers'  paper in the Maritime Provinces in writing to us states:  "I would say that I do not know of a  medicine that has -tood tho test q2 time  liko MINARD'S LINTMENT. It has  been an unfailing remedy In our household ever since 1 can remember, and has  outlived dozens of would-be competitors  and imitators."  )  COIFFURE  ACCESSORIES.  There are new flat top pins.  And pins with square heads.  Round and oval-headed pins, too.  fiomotimou they aro of plain tortoiM  shell,' highly polished.  Tlieu again tlioy may be inset with  rhlncatonee and ornamented with delicate gold tracery.  Round buckles, too, there are, to hold  the.fashionable braid in place.  All sorts of new barettes to keep stray  locks from straying. '  And thero nro new turban-llkc arrangements in place of htfl now-baniahed  "rat/'   :���������������������������."������������������.'        -"��������� ���������':   .': ������������������'. :".'  Braids, nwirls, switches and puffs���������  you may'have as many as you like���������or  your'-. purse ,af(ordH���������*'rendy-made."   , ,  ! ������������������ ���������,.;:��������� - ,-;:���������- .���������,���������������������������',;, "y.^"-, t,.|',;,..;:'i'-.. ,"';���������..���������-:���������,..,��������� v,,;"������������������!.,������������������  l������Clcln������������ya������   W-ror*k*BC T������������������  ./.'If they hre ynu are in danger. When  ' throngh weakneaa or discaBC the  kidneys foil to filter tho impuritlca  . from the WooJ, ^trouble comco at  onoe, Backooho, Uliciimatism, ficla-  tleA; QraVeli ADiahfttes, Gall 9ton������a  and. the deadly Blight's Biscay aro  some of the reaulta of neglooUd kidneys. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills  contain a moat; ������ffoctivo    dinrotio  . which Ktreng-thcnn and stimulates  tho Jridneyn to that they do their  work thoroughly and well. Try.  in a characteristic  rage had proclaimed the doom of the  courtier: "Off with his headl"  The culprit courtier was ** heard to  mutter something to'himself .'<-  ���������What said theycaitifft" demanded  Elizabeth.  i!May it please" yoflr" maiesty," faltered one of the guards, "bis woras were,  'Pretty rough.   It is becOtaing"'   ' The virtfin queen plumed herself? her  e*y������s sought her mirror."    r  "Ha!   Pretty ruffl   Truly, the fellow  hath good taste, and it were a pity���������  Let sentence  be suspended.    We have  need of men of good judgment and sound  discretion about us.  I will heor further";  what he may have'to say."��������� Harper's  Monthly.   .  - i  i     ������i������      ������������������   ���������  HONEY   IN , BUMblEIt   RBSORTING.  (Boston Globe.) -        \  New England's summer r������?sort business  brings this section more than $00,000,*  000 a year, whereas all the eilver mines  of the country produced only $28,00O,0POi  last vear, nnd even the gold mlneis of all  the *Stat������B and Alaska yielded but  ���������190,000,000.    , , u      ,\  ***��������� .    <     y.  in" fifteen'minutes,  j;Sure enough, within that- time the  messenger reappeared with an answer.  From it the secretary read that Soandso  had arrived in^Berlin'" ori^Wch a data  three years previous, that he lived at a  certain address, that,he had gone tho  week before to a little town in the interior, but that he was expected back within three days.  "Well, he turned'up on the day tho  police said he would be back, and we had  dinner with him,"  PRESERVE BABTS SKIN,  ' X lifetime of disfigurement aaid. suffering often results from tho neglect,  in infancy and childhood, of simp!** skin  affections. In the prevention and treatment of minor eruptions and in the promotion of permanent skin and hair  hwlth, Cuticura Scip and Cuticura  Ointments are absohitely unrivaled. Itch-  injj, "burning eczemas, rtvgh^s, irritations  and cliafiugs Yield to Cuticura when  all uis* fails. Tlie Potter "Oract & Chemical Corporation, Boston, U. S. A.,t sole  proprietors o*? the Cuticura Remedies,  will bu glad to send you their free 32-  nago book-1 on the eare and treatment ot  the skin^nd scalp.  i.   .. ., , <������������������  A- Uittla, Learoing^. ,  Sere are a few history answers col-  lectvd in New York State Education De-  partrnenfe;in the pastiTear:    ^-cy   >. ^ <.  Modern conveniencesS^lncubaior*. aad^  tireless'telegraphy.      />-.% J.'\?^ %  The Republican partyitwaJs" formerly  knokn'asi-the Free Spoil.^j- -  * The President takes theiWoke of office.  iXTho jsajaries of teacherajare paid from^  ^Be dog-lax. *���������"--''  Benjamin Franklin produced electricity  by rubbing jcatfts^badcwa^i.  Lin^ln^had ay^ydiuan, mgfe* hi|n a suit  of hom^apx^i^Sxqts railsi "which as had  split. ^^(*They were hickory] rails, hence  hickorw^jhirts. *X^ 'el  The^^ise of the revolution was that  thfe j colonist^; wanted    room to   pasture  tl^ca������lfc^Kv ":^        &}������-A't  The spoils system:    The place where  spoiled, things and waste are kept.  The  board of health has largely  taken the  Tlie difference   between' Jackson' and  I Roosevelt is tibaii Jtu.-ksoa has been, dead J  a. long time,. and-VRoosevelt. is in Africa |  ahootir^;" lions. "       "    *"*"' '   <������������ ������  FREE  TO   OUR   READERS.  Vwas1'*.' 'caUse.dJ::f"py(fe^feom^ie'atisM  -stbmach'':and������li^j$$^  AE-ourraine lf0}X0iip^0i^^^i^&Ms^j^f  ���������^TKe least -lit|Elg|^t^  ycause iiausea,^i^gafte^  fvomiting ��������� wass?;$art)^^  ;'yery thinj.y-jjaieiy^m^  Vthe ;'eyesjAim^^engthVyBfltyfail^lytliatA  ;eVcii   lightJto?^jyJor^3^  ���������; ihe.y V Of ���������, bourse^SritlVi:^^ '���������:  -could not.A-affp^|i^rdOjfetbr^'ali|''^  and: when yihydeepJatyV^iij^r;^  ;3femiltoh'8;APi^^  th^y . .acted.A^Uderf*a)lj^i-i^d^t$i%!BriM  ���������':eii(*ed. Ayy'd^tnft^lfor^Kfpqa^  Vm^slwi^VS7^  Bysteta befiome quite regular, and that  horrld-aiek ^feeling only* came now and  again. This made me persevere, nnd it  was a ffoodl thing I did so. because the  continuation of Dr.TEIamilton,ft Pills was  the means of giving mo my health again,  and 1* am now the happiest woman I-  know.'*  "Rvery  person with'   stomach trouble  cam bo cured with Dr. Hamilton's Pills  ���������refuse any substitute.   At all denleia,  of The Catarrhozone Co., Kingston, Ont.  ���������  ������������������������������������   ���������   ��������� ���������  in  -will  ;Vita.tiblWvAbnkcards. decbmtedywi'&Vythe'  ^ell-khOwri A*'Sunbonnet; Babi^'KaskirigV  aUitpycpine prepared t*vVtrimAtlieir;AE^t;y  ;ei;y.,hat^;a ATissueV Apapcr, y/ikrdbo^d,VA^b/y  tbc^iv'ni^les/ythrimdAahclAp  -''���������'���������Cl!"'l^and/i sill ycari A setyto ;ywbrkiy^is A.|v  BRIDESMAID  RIGS  l������3������������t^    vi������������  Ohosen for  ions in Pinh  One   Bevy.'     .- -   >  A delicate shade of pink has long been  considered one of the 11109't charn'mg  choicer for bridesmaids' drcsei  This season silver and gun-metal trim  pink most beautifully,  One group of six bridesmaids will wear  soft pastel pink satin die3=������>sv trimmed  ^vith oxidized net, embroidered with dull  silver intermixed with pink silk threads.  The vests arc of pink picked chiffon, and  Iha'bodicefi ave in cross-over effects with  sashes of gi ey tulle, which come over the  shoulder aud run down the back in long  ends. The sleeves are in new two-puff  effect'below the elbow, while the tight-  fitting upper part is of the oxidized net,  and they are" laced down the centre witb  oxidized cord. Gray velvet picture hats,  -with gray ost^ch plumes and pink eamel-  "ttas, wiiLbe/^rorn^jay the biidesmaidi.  ;8U__ __      _  :0iiatj^^y^  soAy^^|thatyit-wasV difficuitAtp^^^ardv  theApjrJzeffQne'fetching sunlwnnfetyc|jul(i|  ^beAicpnyerteaVyiii tbVa; haisketAi������:'.holdt'|Bit^/;  ';ribbM;;y57;#.^  ; 'wl'Bf^'de^Ked-'*with" a paper pluiae:;'of '^re''-''  markable bluffinesB, 'while a litle block  paper turban with one rakish rose at the  side looked like the latest thing from  Paris. The prize was a little cardboord  box in shape of a hat-box holding, a  bunch of exquisite French flowers toward the coming summer millinery. Then  followed luncheon. A hat filled with  flowewo was tbe centrepiece and sunbon-  net babies did uuty au place cards.  Folded inside each napkin was aleo a  paper cap wliich the guests wore during  the meal.  A, literary addition could have hats  cut from paper with quotations from the  poets where ueadgear is mentioned in  some manner, to guests to give the  nanies of the poets from whose works  the quotations were taken.  yctioseti  f-sfw-miii*  ISSUE  NO. 12.  1910  HELP WAjKTESy  WANTED-aiRLS TO LBSARNKNIT-  ting; can make gooa money with  short experience; permanent position as-  ??I������?.',i CWnnaaa-Holton Knitting Co.,  Hamilton, Ont.  Tr*-r\ thia  NEW  and  .SURE  Net Rlldw.  Better thus a MuaUird PU^ir.,  '  FOR OQLOSiN CHEST OB  THROAT, 0H1LBUIHS, ETC.  12 VasdUnc,Remedies in Tcks  Henthobtted, ������Campborrated,^ Bo'ratedjCaiy.  bolatetf, Oxide* of ZUic,- etc.   Write for  ���������  Tree Vaseline Book.  ���������f .CHF.aaOROUGH MFQ. OO. (Cons'ci)  ������  I*'        370Crala* St. W.? Wontraai S  ZsmKrmmmmmmmmpmmmnsmsmmmmmmmmmmtm  FOR   A   WIFE.  Home  DYE  Write Murine Ere Remedy Co., Cmcago, 'iof  46-page illuetrated Eye Book Free. Write all  about Yovr Bye Trouble and they will advise  as to the Proper Application ot the Marine  Slve Rc&nedlee la Tour Special Case. Tour  Druggist will tell vou that Murine Relieves  Bore Byes. Strengthens Weak Byes, Doesn't'  Ssiirt, Soothes 'Rye Pain, anfi sells for 60c.  Try It in You? Byes aad In Baby's Byee for  Scaly Hyenas and Omnui������Uua.   4*������ ������������������  BEYOND   HBR  GIRTH.  (Buffalo Express.)   '  ���������Mrs. Roundley says" with decision that  she will never go to the beach again.  Was Bhe ever carried out. beyond her  deptht" f*   "���������     A      "<  *Not that I know of~*-norExactly. But  she waa once rolled out beyond her  girth." ��������� *      **^*'       -     '  BhihhhCiiiV  iu!okVjr atoiw loousha, iii'rea cdWs.' Seals  bo  throat ond, Iuubb,, ���������  J  -, Sft* oenta.  j One-Man" Who TiSoughtTwenty Years  Was Just a Starter.  "There's romauce for you," said little Binks, putting aside his * morning  paper. "This paper has a story of a  college professor who met a beautiful  girr twenty years ago, fell in love with  her at first sight and then lost sight of  her altogether. Now, after waiting for  twenty years, he is rewarded by leading  her to  ehe  aiiiu   as  bride  ���������lust  %  <>���������������������  J'    *^������ Qr^PVETORMAjKlNOS Of POOPS }  5 You ds!t'* have to know what your Goods  I are made of. SAME Dye ior m.i. -~ ������������  I chance of mistakes. All colors xo cents from  I your Druggist or Dealer. Sample Cord and  ��������� .Booklet Free. The Johnson-Rlonardson  I Ca^ Unr.Ksd.   Dept. J., .Montreal, <*>ne^_i_  tHE'FASHJONABLE UMBRELLA.  ylt has a long���������very very long, handl<*.  And a great round silver cap.       '  On a sevciely plain, hardwood handle.  Tf there is any engiaving it is done  in Old English letters.  Colored taffetas���������dark blue, red, green  or blown, are almost as much in vogue  as black.  Smooth finished hard woods, inlaid  with silver, make elegant handles.  Many men prefer the wooden stick-  as being more substantial and masculine  looking than tbe steel rod.  Lrng silver handles, slender and tapering, ornament expensive * rain shedders.  < ���������������      *������������������  Dr. Mattel's Female Pifls  SEVENTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD  Prescribed and recommended for we<  men's ailments, 'a scientifically pre*  pared remedy of proven worth. Ihe  result from their use is quick and permanent.   For sale at all drug stores.  THIS HANDSOME EXPANSION GOLD.  PliATBD BRACELET, one ot the latest Nov- ���������  elttes in Bracelets; will lit any wrist. WS  aiVS FREE ior selling only S boxes, at 25c  a box. ot DR. MATURIN'S FAMOUS VEGH-  TABLE FILiLS. the greatest Remedy known  lor Weak and Impure Blood, Indigestion, Constipation, Rheumatism, Catarrh and lor all  Liver  and Kidney Troubles.  SEND NO MONET���������WE TRUST TOU.  Only send your name and addreea and we  will send you 8 boxes ot Pills and 8 Fancy  5=ins to give a������sy with the Pills. Sell the  Pills 2Gc. a ho:, and when all are sold send  us the proceeds ot your sales ($2.00) and we  will send you at once, by mall postpaid, this  ihandsomo  Bracelet,   which will  please  you  and all your "friends.    Write to-day.  Address  THB  DR.  MATURIN   MEDICINB  CO., iJEJT. SS7. TORONTO. OW      '    *���������      '  PILES G'JREO  ihi 6 TC !4 DAY'S  C5sr.  i^^tj  tanr*snm>*m  ��������� ftcil*B������r������ Root i^lH-g**  THE STflEXMffR TICIC15T.  ; (Washington  Stan) \  "them railway** haven't much cotisid*  ���������ration for tlm boys that sell newspapers  an* magaiinnn," ������oJd l-'armar Corntosseb  "What make* you think so?"*  "I bought a ticket hint week to vJfdt  my uon Jnl.nv.' out wont. It had enough  wndln- matUr on it in keep tm������ Inter*  ������*led all thfl time I wa������m't ���������*atln' lunch."  A N������tlve Interpretation.  "Tell mn,"ri������qufr������te������l the foreign ������odol-  ofal, "vvlat h t!n* ���������*.������;;nltl<*'������������"* of th<*  **v1m tbat it eliown mi American mon-  ������yi������������ .  "It Is," rrrponded the Son of liberty,  "an tmbUm of Its ������wift fliffht.-'���������irar-  |ior'������ "Mflgarritte. 1  ,r'/x. 'tHJI  BEHER THAN SPANKING,   i  Spanking does not   euro children Ol,  bed-wetting.    There is a eonatitutlonal  cause for this troublo.    Mrs. M. Bumi  niers, Box W. 8, Windsor, Ont., will send,  free to any mother her successful homo  treatment, with full lustrations.  Bend  no money, but wrlto her to-day if your >  children trouble you In this way. l5onfts  blame the child, the chance* are it can't  help it. Tills treatment also cures adults  ana aged people troubled with urino dlfy  ficultiesby day or night* I 1     ,;.   ,  To Make Formers of Indians.   $?  In connection witli the no>v plan for  "kdminlKterlnftAlndlftu'affairs th������ -Dop^rt-  nicnt will a������k for an appropriation from  the -present Congress with whioh to establish model farmB on. all ���������'tlio rowervn*  tions where agricultural pursuits are  practicable. It Is planned to placo those  farms in the hands ol uxpfirl agriculturists and horticulturists, who' will in*  struct the Indians in all branches of  fnrmng.     - ...-���������,��������� y X* XXX^'y- '.������������������,���������''  The Department already has taken  %tc*pa to deprice tho Indian landowners  of direct control pf tho money derived  Irom renting their 'holdings to the white  settlers by requiring thnt this money lie.  held In trust by.tho InUuin Commission  or, to ho tumctl oyer to thu Indians for  mcli ImprovcmehtH'iui tiro doopoil advisable. r..������' ���������    ;������������������,  This order wan made to suppress, tlio  loaulttg system on reflaryatlons and. to  <'ompe| thn Indian to cultivate his own,  land,-���������T^wlston eorrespottdoneo Portland  Orrgonlari, '" '"' '���������������������������*������������������'������������������'   . .   ���������������������������������������������. ' ;������  OOMBlNATlorT^DREOSEa.    '  Tlil������ Im one name for! the in,  Tlioy are mode from two or moro fabric. '���������.!":' -���������  Hometiwus a plain color and a border  effect Is <Jomblncd, ,y *���������,.  Two kinds of foulards are often UfftoV  Or a Uffotti silk "With a figured Bilk.  Chiffon, too, is combined with uuui.!������vf  Al'l'l.   IliJH.  Ov������r*������ld*% bodice drapery and 1UIU  om*ile������ve������ are of on������ material and ths  dress proper Of *tlll snothor,  Town  Moves Six Miles.  < r ,     )   I.       ���������       \ I     F '  The oity of Brownsville, whioh has  stood on tho records hero els miles distant from its real location for forty-five  years, now has tho same legal ana actual location. ' ,  Judge William Qnllbway to-day granted a decree to reform, the plat of the  city and to correct; oVrors whioh, though  Blight, mado a tremendous difference In  the legal location of the town.  Tlio original' town of, Brownsville was  laid out in tho, lato BO'ts by > Capt. Jamos  Blakely, who is yet living in Browaovillo  nt tho nge of 00 years, being tho oldest  man in Linn county. , ;Somo mistakes  were made by the surveyor who platted  tho site, and when the plat was recorded in tho court houso hero in 1801 tho  clerk placed tho letter "E" instead of  tho letter "W" in the Ptarlinp point,of  the description, thun tying tho plat to  tho northeast, Instead of the northwest  corner of tho township, and getting tho  town located n\x miles distant from its  real site, or ju'sl north of tho totvA.of  Crnwfordsvillc.  *������������������" ,   ,   >   . ,.]'  Only Ono "BROMG QUINIMfe'* '  That in I^AXATlVIfl BllOMO QUININB. Look  for the si ((nature ot 10. W. GUOVE, Used the  world over to Cure u Cold In Ono Dny,  SBa,  think of it, waiting twenty years for a  wife!"  . "What of it?" asked the genial phi-  losopher. "There's nothing extraordinary about that. I've waited thirty-  five years for mine."  "You? *, Wnnited thirty-five years?  Why, I thought you'd been married that  long!" said little Binks.  "I have," said the genial philosopher.  "That's how I know how long I've waited. I've waited for her to get her  gloves on about three years. I've waited for her to change her hat about four  yeurs. , I've waited while Bho said just  one' last'word to the ..cook for at least  five years. I've waited upstairs, I've  waited' downstairs, I've waited at  church, JI've waited at the thcaitrc, and  I have waited in cabs, omnibuses, tax-  los, motorcars and the Lord knows  what else besides. Fact is, Binksy,  I've waited so long,, so often and so  regularly that between you nnd mo that  illttle collcgo professpr of yours, with  'only ono wait of twenty yearB, strikes  me as a miserable piker."���������-Harper's  Weekly. ,   -  * ,  PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to cure any  ease at Itching. HJlad. Bleedlns: or Protruding  Piles in G to 14 days or monev rotunded.   KM   ������������ ������   A JiUSUONSTRUCTtON.  '(Washington   Star.);.  "Did you read that eminent chemist's  prediction   that   some  da;/   the world's  machinery will be run by alcohol, water  and wind?"  "Y������"*," answered the aligbtjy bibulous  Briton. "It's the most touching tribute  to brandv and soda that I ever saw."  trench's memedy  -fob-  Epilepsy and Fits  IMPORTANT  KQTICS,  A BRANCH OF?ICE has been established  at 107 St. James' Chambers, Toronto.  _ RiSSVCTBfiN   329  PRICE  This Important change permits ofprlsss  being reduced to those prevailing la Kuropo,  namely-.���������Pull package, aia.OO; half do., 96.60;  quarter do. ������3.75; postage or express charges  extra.  THI ONI.V eANAOIJM AND tt.*. AOD������������B������  TRENCH'S  REMEDIES, LIMITED  >%  10* ar. j������mk������* e������������Ju*BEiie, vorowto  Pampyet TnaHeA tree on aoptlcatlotu  Bewar t of epurious imitations.   All psals.  ages ot Trench5 a Remedy must bear onr trade*  mark seal in unbroVen condition on each end.  PINK EYE  DISTEMPCB '���������  CATARRHAL  TCVCR  SND ALL NOSC  AND THROAT DISCUSES  ' >       '   i, s  Curea the sick and acts as a preventive for others.  Liquid ������iv������a oa tha  toaeue.  Safe for brood maws and all others.  Beet kidney remedirV 50c' ani  $1 a botUe; $5 and 910 the down,  aold by all dmsffiato and bona ss$������a '  bonses.  Distributors: All Wholesale Drufi Houses.     '  se  8POUN MEDICAL CO., Chemists, 00SHCN, -INDMNJI,* U.S.A.  INDIAN DANCING SEASON.  SOLO ACCORDION* FREE I  Uweettoned, deep votecd Iiistrament,.with which Vou can  ������lay beautiful music tor concert* and dances. I*r������e frame.  lOkeysrfuUeetof reeds, two stowi, double bellQ^e, eboulied  cute, nickel plated valves and triuiminee./ _.���������  To advertise Dr. Malnrla'e Faraone VaaaUMaPllb. a H������st  remedy for the cure ot weak and impure Wood, Indigestion,  headache, courtlpntloa, nervous ttoiVbles, liver, bladder end  Ictdnev diseases and all female weaknesses t a Oj������������J* Bww  PorfHer and bvrtawatar. a Crend Tonlo and. life Builder.           .   we will ������lvw this Beautiful Accordion.rBBB, for the sale 0!  ������      ������������������       ���������������. w Cms of these Famous Verwtable S������llls. nt a? cents a  box, Bvery person uiiyluB from you a box of these Fills, also receives ��������� piece of jewuii y which  waTsendyouSStSrthe rills. TbisWakes themeiuylo sell, Aeufrus your name nnd addnss,  and WTrtll send you the Pills, postpaid.' As soon Iss'.you have them all sold, remit to us the  SroceSls]of your .sales, M.OO.aM-iMwl������^ud>ptt tbht. OranA Accordion, Immediately.  Wa  trait you %rt������b tha toads until sold.   Write td-day/ Addjes������.~  - v Mttm  THE PR. MATURIN MEDIClNBCO^DEgTi.7B, TORONTO; ONT.  ''W ^*^  ���������jr-ft  8tory fd,f ihBfti^lap^rlc Light; Bulb.'.,.'4  ' Incaiides^rifc]IrjlofttrJo,lamps, consist ofi  p, very; tli'iii, wiro-Hk'b coll or filament;  Inclosed in ah��������� airtight glass bulb, Tho  filament in mode from linlv, .Hilk, wooi(  iibro, cotton or otluu' i.i.u.rjul, und Id  jpuro carbon, Its .other original ele*  niontu havihff beenAiomovfid by baking  at groat heat. Tlio filament is placed Iri  ;tho glass bulb a*(Ul [tlio air oxhanstod  by moan*'!of a pihnu; and by heating  ���������both to oxtromu.heat, Whon all rdr ii  oxh^ti������ted,:th������jli������jh Is sealed. 1 The bras*  ���������scrow Is attaoheil arid" thb projecting  An-ire* connected tbo tlio filament imbedded  in plaster of pmris,  . y,������ *���������  1    , ,[��������� ^ Phenomenon. .;  1   "Tatleneo-���������it  lakcrt twa  to  wake   A  'quarrel, you know. A  j   Patrice���������And yet I have known quar*  ifolt to occur v^heit two persons.havo bean  nmdu ttm���������  -Yoiilweta ot-"ity>,7'..ia.  '-'*-"---  u>������.i,i������. >i������iit"������ ii 1 n y  ���������me remote distriot of Oiumiar, in.  British Columbia, In ten years, lB?A*itSI,  produoed $4^00j000 worth of gold dust,  present From Ono Tribe to Another  <* 'for  0  Successful   EnteHAlnmertt, ,  ^  ,  In the mldBt of an annual payment of  leased laud money, the Indians of south-  j western, Oklahoma1 are, now <jngaftad' in  ,one of   ,tho  greatest celcbrnilous and  'dancd'mootn over given." '      .  *    '    '' \'  >[ ,Thrco daneoH and x>lcnicn are In pro-  sgroQB this  week���������ono at tho homo of  Enohiti, opo of ,tho principal chief8 of  '^tho Comanchosr^ ono * at \ PloodyVi 'itho  "Tdoxlcan who was" taken prisoner by tho  IndlaiiH whon' a younR man, and is this  year glvln'g Ida oiphth annual plonlo near  Flotohor, and 0 third at Anndarko, near  tho aRoney, in which Klowas, Apachoa,  .WIohltnB, OnddoH and OhoyonnoH are i on-  "'gaalne.'-   ' ;:   .���������'yA"':1.'' "A' yy. ���������'��������� .������������������ .i.X<yy  ���������'.,: Ybfltprddy tlio Choyohnos word tho  guests, of tlio" Klowas and put. on; a  dtinco for thom of the ��������� most fantastic  character as a mark of appreciation(of  thoir hosts, and, the dance glvbn, JCIowai  ���������preflentcd their vlnitors with ^sixteen  liead ��������� of ��������� onttlo,' fouvtoon ponies, POO  worth of blankets and ^00 lu ciiah,  ' Two thousand Indians ongflgwl in  thou Indian danoo that was hold.in  Lawton tlm night of August 0. BiJctrlbes  1������������������will; vpitrtleipdto--���������Oomauchosi Apaches/  JUowaB, Olioyonnes, Wicliltas and Cad-  dOB. y'' Lawton correspondonoo iCansaa  City Star,      "���������   '   , ���������*;*;;  He Gave  It,  rriio Girl (rather weary, at 11,30 p. m.\  ���������-I don't know a thing ahout buiiubJd},  Tlie  Beau���������Lot'.mo explain It to you.  The Girl���������Vory well; give be an illustra*  tion of i> homo run.���������-Life.  '      '.''��������� -TKLLIT TO JONES. ��������� V  '  *'I shall toll my daugitter tluvt if ������"io  neimUU iu lijurtyfnc Jown I'll "net 1*wv*'  ������#r ���������> osnt." "It'lldo more goodto ..t*1V  that to Jones."     ; ���������'., ������������������yyy..yA  I     (' * '     ** v  Everybody Who Eats Bread  Should avoid danger of Impurities Iri delivery from thn ovan to  th* home., Insist on your baker wfapplng hlo bread In  EDDV'S BREAD WRAPPERS  x      , \r v, .      -   -rs, >. ������       \ y<<XLfi,\:y^  Wa ars the.orlglnsil -tVianufFtotur^ra, ������f bjriad Wrappers, ��������� now  used  by  lead Ing bakers of Ottawa, Montreal, Tordntu'and other  cities.   ,    ���������        ������ l a,a    , x   , v  [i,, '/  :.,.y,,".y'iv.' '.. ,.'.���������.��������� '. ���������   '.    ������������������ ��������� 1   i.i   ,  ��������� y YX X' Yy    ���������; '���������'i-'|,.';,'.'''.'J' :f y1'/1"'1 ,> ���������;*vi.iyn- T,'v.;''.,i'i''.i:,i.'-������'.'/!'.'..-',;',',;',*iy...!  iW.'i  ';'&:������.; ������ffi  EVSPAOT.  ' -(Chicago Tribune.)  ������������������TJneie Jerry, you think there's going  to be'an awful smash in prices some of  these days, do you?" *  "Gosh, yes!    Look  at  the    distance  theVte got to fall."  ������������������ ^������������  A  Natural  Question.  Friend���������Why are you going to Egypt?  Painter���������It is my ambition to paint a *  Ni!* sunset.  Friend���������Do they have a different sun  <Sn the Nile?  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".w^rA'^Yiyxi X.\y-'A,yAA'-'  "vrv^iipMlsB Grey;~(0 [|������yit proper;for  tii young man to call on a girl when sup  x"-Mv.lllT,yy(2)  What aro tho, blrthstonos  "i''thd<;m*n^l*n^tw^K^i;vr7y^^     'X ������������������;'.'��������� :yA  ' A^-(l) YoB.if her mother* is present  ,      i'i) Junu, p8aj;l,.ro������o, purity   jDc<wm-  Ixii','. tuiquolso, holly,, happiness  XXyYy.p .-? ,yv ,,.������������������,!���������,-, "���������'*.?���������..���������".���������"'.'"''���������"*"v>,'*>'i'V'-'        ::- '-:"  y ', Bear Mls������' drey,���������-IJow eau I rostoro  -, tlw������v;eo!pr on an fold1 blook-Jdhlp. hatt ���������  X.:'���������'"       ��������� ''V"'   '''      ' ������������������"' v'Interbiitod; Heiiifcr ���������  A ; A-f-Bmish w^U,y tk^U) Ijs* liquid   shoo  .   polMi ,dn It    yy''A,,y '���������'-"���������".���������       '������������������'<���������������������������'���������"���������'.  ���������I',1. "./.,,. *|hlltlV*������A^������W)i������|.������.^|.������������*,.-w.������.i';vi-fV.,r...-.|.',,'.1.f '. . ',���������,-,���������  yX'-nifn. rwlpo fox 4rnt% pwnab.t  i-';!;Did'a'ry''laiB9'A'a''w������y:''A' young wan has  rtalwri tno outv a������couplo of times, and:: I  havo enjpyod hia oompany. But ho dl������-  lappdlntoaAmid alnod by broaking au   ���������ehi  gagiewcht. Wou^ him ft lot*'  >m^A.XyyA.xXxYiAy.:A:X. ��������� A ���������A/A\������v  fX'^y^xxtmXXxXity--- ���������-,',';."- ���������; Awxloua.:.;.:  . A.-7-Nd. 9tioh;l������rokdn ongagdtodnto uih;  Uftlly*-/ yhienn'.-Wmiti .���������,,WildV''*inan-.hM.|.1lttlo-,'������a������  gam r for,; W������, wwtiiXou: ave; hotter of jf  yltjiout;>tf:ft*te^ * ;���������:;; ���������';���������., _;;;'  A To o������i������^rl������{ari>*e'old water ^ use "twd  ������ups iviigar, one*half. lemon juioo, one  oup orange Juice, one cup plnoapnlv juloo,  If the water and Vaiigar- ard iMilled to  fom^s^^A^itliaiowwl to obol.beforo  luidillM. H llii. jliict*, 4", U  U.uwl. mICC*. . -?  ' ydd hav*������ r*MK*it cherry or *lrawl>ftrry  jntors,-.'they add to,the flavor,;  Xyimn  3^������'makV^hi^jjlntlty v^lr^  ovdr loe, and udd a fo* illow of banana, A; Mult qd.;^ronto^rtor priw.  V Hr'%' Si! Keil������'!'d;7WaYk^iile,'^t������C,  nays! "Wd have proved v;SSoira-Buk of  groat v������hio on the ..form. I waa kicked  by a hor ho and sustained a nasty wound',  'whlPh flimliy turned < to V an t open, sdrd. '<  This oitiiBOd mo consldorablo frnln, but  us soon ft������ Kam*Buk wa.������ ftpD)M I; Ijdt  relict In a short time Zam-Buk ooui������  plotoly"healed tho wound. y ...  ;,������My father niistnlnod a bad hum on  his lug, whioh for a long timo vould  mil, JidmI,:'-.'SSam-Bulc hcnltd It, and  brought on a' covering of now, haaltltji  ������kl������i aU over the , wound In a few  dam",.--  ������������������������������������',..,'-' Ay .  znm-Buk is alio a sure cure for -no*:  noma, ulcers, bad 'leg,, piles, absoessan,  yeldv efftftd,"' fuf*, ������������������raVh*������, burns,  ohildren'* rasht-i, and all skin* diseases,  Obtainable, druggists and stores* : evmry-  ' "* '    or post fre������ from Z*m-  ���������   ��������� -*���������������"     ' e *. ,   ,    , ��������� !'  SPEAKEfiOF THE HOUSE  ,:A,;y';:;:;vV:yAbp|ss^  TlicroVJsfuoAdptlc^in^i1^ jwprK'ltliat  Chas'.played^''������ovviiij'pdt^a^t"V;vjw  ���������Vtory rtsythd^eyi^ypfV^oj^pdake^^  JBritteli' Ilpuao of Cdmmhn������..;'lt8ypd\yt.M  land rights flip< liiiwi; likd; the jKnylisli  7con'8titntion,' not; on; Avrit.tdn 'ii*wi. but  on; long''dfltablished dustdi'ii'������������������'nudi/itViidl-.  'tldn.���������':' Voryydfton Severiil'mornhpi'-jiiriso  !lnVtlidlr pladCs^ftt:piid itrtd-thd sliiii'c tiiiiL*,  'ciuictiyorJiig V Id ; urr������������tA tlidy watiderlrig  dptio of tlio Spunkdr; and it' I* theii' fi'ob  to that august functionary' to}; mako;1 his  selection andY.toA��������� IndlciitdV tlio i-'inpm her  who has hi** pormlflslon to speak;   This  lio does,!mot'!only by moans of;a, Idoki  but alao/byVan Inebriation of tlie,Vhciml  arid by falling upon the ���������mbmliiir'Avlio  ha* Ids VpdrmlBflidn t&Vspdak~a.('pif'ii,dtwc  which lids bdoti In vdguo since tlid itorturo  of office of Sir John Troyor^ ^rlio dcjulrit-  odVmdst dhomlnably and whosp-ohli-jiiity  ^f;:vlslori led toVaIl>Vd*r^fc;'"'.'dr..';orn.bhrra������'������.  ;ing;mUtakc'*if;:'i,v,;..v.,'|.,^.A;:l,v;:vjy^V;'^'yj ,';��������� ,'  X 'Wlillo-   tho Speaker   ^  codes priorityV to riow'odmtira :who ������v0  about, to aiUli<)������������ the Hoiiso forMtho first  .'. thrioi lid Is; bo /impartial In tho. perform*  nned of tlds pwi'tloular, duty tluV*v with-  In   tlio   memory of tho presdnt* gdneta-  tlon. at   any   rate, no aponkor of tho  House of Commons, has over been taxod  with unfairness In'thw'Ardspobt.      Of  oourno, this uxtieinoly antlijuatod moth*  od l#fttttfiridpd by somo'diswlvitntages,  and it often happens -that members nre  . p>eV#nted Vfrditn' addresalng  tho  House  for wocka togdtlior and debarred trom  taking^ any part in tbo debate owing to  their failure to* p*Ttdh tho Sneaker's ������yc.  Vailing  eyesight,  nnd^f    the    elreum������  stances, is an almost Inauporahlc bar to  the retention of tha Bpoakershlp, and <t  ���������was solely on tltlsiground that Speaker  Brand, on* of th* most remarkablw  AteiiHdiif'y^f^itiyf^^  yiidii; .y^HeAeannp t Vs! ipydu|AtdAtlld;|s^la^tf,  Ard^u<fpr ?i Q'^!^  AiuV:'thdA^i;iiiy;;:Ahdred  ;:;^(������w,:Ydrl������.JTi,ibunQ.AV:"A%VAA.:yyy;:-AV  kA;������;v;'V7.-y'yK.Sdnii-Sub  p-^A^ne^tj^  '^OHsjdeiwpyh  ^hicliy'f dr ^ytlip'V laekAp^^  '^pwri^as^BPririi-su^  :'^.i>K'Ji^d'':'.mpro'iOT  V^nat-iiio'-'bda^ ybutAtlidYu^  ���������;lij;a^iiy'Vftr*nif)'rdd.VV'Vprif.tlds^  rdrdftwo: tiirrdts, AoueyfttiVdriehydtid,^eai"hV  ; epiituiiiingYtiW.ov guns of;eachylS ;ppAiS'S  cdilliiSjjiV VThc!dnly;fixedyprdjdctiid^(dboye,  ttidjiririnor V are, the A ijoyigajt^g^  rtrriiv  The  COV7   "aro,.'  ;egd'rd'ifdV:ii8.! entirely  fdii8ive?j*5bweVs of the eliip are cdniphytoi  by lOAtoirpedo tubM,-twlceldd Jriiihy as  aid carried! 1' by i tho PrcftdhpugWHyl^yo  iirdApldiiddVon either brdadsiddW^PV-fcir-  wjiidiVFtVvdv^t and bnd^nmidtyip^slahd  oat'hi would '/ire ;tho iniprdyed, tprpddpqs,  whieliyardi^pabld of maintdlulxig'Jai ispedd:  rtfdldse^iimii'SO knots dvdr a distance of  7,������0I| ytodai Thd costydf-*>tlio;;''������1irp>-'ifo6������'������'  timatpd'liy'ytlid orchltdBt who^drd^Aup  tliov^lan'B*l������,fc '$2,(500,000;'y-6*;oij������flrt;s*oiBie������;  fourth of the capital cost of^thdy'pirefltd*  notiglit.'   TlUs means that for theVodao  i91tker?geheraiy.'.eiec|i&^  ^p|ieV?V^aih;7Y:idvVfP^  If-di^tii^  l?h:i7rii$S^ibipj'i-*ini-^  ������������������''Sclmr^^'jnVACiiica^  'j dpi nbiddhep |Ain-A iti ord *r ^fyUia jt^otie'������  ^Bp t Is'.^' V^r|te'-r^V ?-^er���������s'^pti^-a n t i'^^ig^.^r^,sjV  V whileyiiiAEurdpej botlij refldiiedg^Ssaine:  'ide'yva^^pFli'laMdiB^-^^  ple|, ofvJ^vic  whereVlhy street^;d'f9ith^  ���������dndf: there   IS' ."���������nKtin������-|nnft^Vm*&W.������inf+ri^.*ftfe%.*K^  lirriprpvenient  ^hd^^odditidiis;  |^J!*rary  ;AjBdstdif;iT|^eiiB>^|^^  [yXMA:A-;YXWA.X^XAA^*Yi'YAXXy  M^^^^iSMMMM?M  *A*'*i w-YwX 4*1������'  ^erd-'piiralwgd^H^^  di(ii;fc,'yhp,ii9e 'nnd douriiiig tp\ve*?,A^iie:Vfu  '.riolVnrutytllp hmstAA Tlidv-tiuTetaVaw}ysixi  ort^'i'Jwibli 10 inclies dfyKruppystdelAT  vroiriaiiiddi'df thp.exposed:^prtipn|'^cpy*  crcd;>vith.five inclios of.armor,>whicft"arc  VcgdrtlcjilA as entirely y sii fficidnt-'y The : of/  eliiefV  ythat: A lihvo V^iiflUemiul  ���������; .Te wyyy X ���������^s^^HdiireW:  of, 0^ JJt'd'ttdridugh^  gurifl, ;th^ord;,Vcnuld::bo: built' ;f^ip^thl������;  now typo of ship carrying nttdif^thdrylO  giinB,ihutythdvBinftHov>vd8^  mdrd dxponBlvd lh tlio cost of iipkddp,  for thoy Vwduld roquIroV l,O0OA mpitiy foir  four,' to 'tlid" Droddnought'B 80ft, Vy   A x.���������'..,.  yy:^:;^^;.^,;;,:;,;,,;,,;,',;,;;,^,^,^ .m.n. ������������������-l- '���������*-'���������"���������'������������������   .''/*;:t*.  ITCHING^SKIN EASIW SOOTHED  7;A'r;;;;;'ByY;D^^yrt';^P-ro������c^  A .y. v; .y.y.yv;' vv,.: A ..." "' '���������  Tliivt d-wfril>agdril������ilrig Itcli-,  dayr,and nlglitt  , ���������  tdrturlngi  ._���������, then sudddrily tlio akin  cafmda, Bodtlwd arid' rofieshed.A*''',:At?;  That Vis; 1 what any pdeomw auffolror.can  ac^prnpHsh fw' two' minutes by tho uso  of thei-rlghti trcatmontl Just oil Of win*  tergrediii rdifxwl with: thymol, glyddrino  and other , hdallrig Ingrddldrita! in llduld  form.' WWIo' a smeary sarvo wonhl only  clone up the pores Afthnj skin, driving  tha cllsomrw norms ite still de������i>or, tho  me<llcin*,l'������ liquid fetnr p^nwirat** tho  epidorrah', kills andi washes out the  ceeeinn germs arid stops tlie Itching  Instantly, ��������� ���������...". y  , X, x  .���������(jflptft hosltato to try this P...D. "P.  PVesotlptlon. It ts practically certain to  euro, and absolutely certain to give lu>-  medtato rollof from that awful Itoh,  ,' VtHtJru'. trial bottle "write tbe ������. T*������, I>,  T^b^tttorl-in, 1>pt. T������, 2:1 Jordan ntwrnt,  jTordnto. 'V  ;   Tnr sala by all druggists.  "You say you havo quit ������moklng.   ;inpyoi;   ���������inddernf'-it^s^ihii; ,,..,_  ... ...(1__.,_. -,....  ������*Hie^ljye^\y^ Athdy!iipaBI:'fJ)fi';iiic>:  ���������'lIds1c������lBYv'^p������J:tv;UaMpri  whicjiyutipmii^teclyti> ;ildu.l in;tl^������i^^ilwit)ii  'Jcwisliyjii'dbliiius/ fi'dni liii ��������� ultra-iWdddi^l  yataflclppint^ftvl^y  V Tliey"Xew''-YpvkyTiinB^ ha-j^di^epyprdif  tliat, .u. badcbeii^pi' wcdduig joster^iiriiii*if,;)  : weigh A;pirpry 250 Appuhd'iAto.'Vquih'fy'f'^  ,) ew'isli'iVjdsterjy: ilnd * hiust'i not-j ciifc^at������iV:-'  andv.uius,yho*(,a;-ineiiibjji;. nf, theAy"'Sp;faliil,  J3rPthdrs!! Aini'idd^  ^dei' '���������: toAplyy liiaf ti dddl'iir; pr b rdas ipriP*'^*'M?/.^.{T  vA'Thy:/fi:l?aid8Wndy*';:Liiud^y  Cpiiipauy,A i^mltpd^ had^bei-n .drg^iu������j(,i;  for three purppadsV;; the dequironieutXttrid'  ptircdling AputJ; of * large V tracts".. df^JPtil^B*1  tinianysailj.-tlip establlshmoiitdf agildul-;.  tiiral oplpnids|jitho agricultural cdtioa'tioii  and- the gifa^tttt's; hringlng to(a1 'attttbtdf:  '^ndopdndori���������fc!v���������i^,^^^^^  Jowiah 'Iftbdrdra in ypiiiestiiio. , X'A;X^a  , ! The . Jowish ynallonal f und has A; justy  purchased Vttii6tlic^!'8,eidtidrt Vof lirid- "id*tii?  'Blghtiy,'/an,dv::bdantiful.rpart.v,ofil;,^'cr^  (lem; in.' wlilehy;:tw"o; hundrod houses '::nrp;  ;to7 bo' vvWv.$!fjb johlsii rdslderitsi9%$k\  X) The Atlanta7.'Section' of tbOriCoundil  of Jewish WomeuvAJsA; en^payorlng| tir*,  yiwtdblish   ^ ^  Homo for foreigners;yx The probict lias  the dupport oliiMayprARobort T^.^ftd^  dox dnd'duuaribor of tlio most promlii*  'ent'yhuslribsa' men, '.y'^yAy y: '' '?yy&~)XX.  .;, lu'memoay.df thdgreiii':2loiiiit''taa.dclf,"  Thoddor Horjil, oxtonSlve plantations ,01  olive troes. in. APftlosthid; aro bolng; mndo.  This Hordlwald Is idtlrndtdly to ednSUt  Of 100,0tWi,trd������j������; 20,000 of them, havo ol������  .^adybc.QnySulweribodfpr, v > ,  ������������������' xjiywi'lj-luidwti'; piromdiicf, Alnuigld.! of''  yCairo, is-after a oonoeAsion form railway  botwben Cttiiro and ,Jor,usttlpis*vv It ;������dll  riot 1*0 many years 'boforo tha night ex-  pre**, will ho pounding up through the  land of the Thlllstlnos and slowing down  ns.itAcntorH, thp.Jorusalom������ stntlou. )((y  Tfho"Dentscho Orient Ko^re'sporideiik''  repdi'ts'-jilam for brlnglr^*' water' Irttd  Jtnusiilem from Ain Artulvandthe JVUn.:  later of rublio Work* fa CoiiiUiiUi)oplo  U at penaont consldoibig tlio offer* of  various conccnaionaircti,  /    --y   ������������������  Miss Bertha Ilautnor, of Atlanta, G������,,  is the Inventor of a novel automatic  devloo to save elevators from falling  when a eablo parts 'or works loose, which  onglnoors havo declared to <bo. a marvel,  of mnohanleal Ingenuity and simplicity,  "ST"*  r  nov*r  ��������� one of th* most remarkabiw 00  punanta of th������ ofHop during tlm reign of  Quiei* Victoria, \tas eompwled to rnslgnij ������������Yep^  bis offlen, durlhfr tb������ eloilng term of 1  which be was obliged to wear gold riiii*UiW-...     ^������������v>, * u������^ ������...������������  i.iuvl - (���������p-atttadiw, ..wUoU, bad, * very die* I.goo4. djits' tbs !*������t tfwf I r������m  flonoertlng fffflot, Indesd, ft would have������ahd It taught   mc a Je������apn."~  been p-rcfcrablo from a ltgUlatlvs point H>sti  going to "smoke again  "Thon why don't you throw away thoso  ciUMSM?*"',.ui*M*ir, I thfuvv a,**/ a lh.  '.^. rL k" _i ...������������������" _.^ .Ja.  .    ��������� .. _ ������    *���������_���������..    m   ^._..Jjl   -  ^  '*>Jt     Of  Till MISSING WOItD.  (Fuck.) "'.''  ^Vuitft^w,^,. did the-f put you  ..���������*>kfnjjl  nouatoii I  In -prison for?  No. 000���������I'm hero as a result  : { misaing word eonteat, mum,  of a  ; ADYyOF yTHE 'AEROptANE^'^f ;i������**y  ��������� :'v^oh^yott' Wky,ipaot,A'how'ai^y*-^iMf-';:7  ., Any ittmo/jyovi,loa4:,Mmo.y,PoBluon.N  Hid fdiirth apnod! gdar.-'foVtho madomo*  la. a traveller who ootthtafnot>dintan<?^f(v  ��������� bur. miled*":"       WA.y ���������,,,: -..':..���������;... ��������� YX:'X'yxxy'--yi.  ; Th������ flatast .���������atforti.oi-ttho damo,^Br'  sifttod by ttho APariejpn,tdGfiiKnor&,,,!iai(.;��������������������������� v  tha: ooroplano coiffuro and tho monb. .a  Viam mtHiX        "i:rY'."Y.A'X ': A' V*e'  ,  ,  Tlio cdiflumJabuiltVrjlong-tbA'������ii������^  df th-e^noiweat thing inbiplanos. s Tlioi-'  hair oxtonda j rightv,and>,IofVypf;y^ba*  hood liko porohoB of a city bungn-*  low, instond of, pWjooting. baokw^urdi  Tho now thing roabiroB^dn ftbunaf.  ftiied Viif ��������� Imlr, Wthough thp'' womon-  not w> bloiw*d will^not bo^ wotridd!  by a littlo thing. Hko that whon thoy  hair Htproa aro no numerous.. Uho  stylo ffl booomlng and makes 'tho  slondor, woman  doddodly ,chio.,      ,  Tho Y������nl thing irif sadhoft1 i������ a, wldd, '  voluminous aonrf of brilliant f&urio,  ������������������usually satin. In somo / oawni it"  ii- not; attractive, foe it narrows th*  gown at thp knoon and balloons IK'  abovo untir tho ���������wtsrer rossjmbleiir a,  pyramid' atauding upon ; it������ ��������� -apox.  Tlioy do say, howovar, tliat in mod^  likd form, tho .nvfi Mflx .ta,4ttftf,w  gracoful aB'rr���������V Ay,  ���������Tha 'sash' la gc������e?alVy"tsf "a^eoio* ;  that oohtruats filmrply with thd gown; A  Kingfisher ���������, bluo will; bo 1;worn ������with  a gray frook, noaoook Mup ov������r, ffiopiu  M������pk on whltA and mavba soma fal?  ono will try out ydllow on groon.  Xi'^:  Aay  '���������^\'y  i.,L.i.,;li..'J...  ���������v^v^y.'  ������������"V:-ii'  woum satisfy tb* polk*. ,: Ip| <��������� BatC���������Mitrow AuroUus, .,���������������,,* i  '   ���������'       ��������� '.      ��������� ^hf AAXiXX.yXiH)XXX'y Y,.y.^ -yA.y.   :y:yyyYY.yYiyX:AX^ RV'A'!^**','  :F~;vry  S������M  site������i������ti������w^w**  iliilM*  rta.f-.W.ft!?!?'*  titt^t. ^ -i f' AmV. . u i j".By.'j.?siEi  yy;  A'  IV: V ���������  y;  ti'������������������:���������.  '*&  I.V::  *Jf#J&T *.���������?<-������**���������  W^X0-$  THE   CRESTON  REVIEW  ;>j!iMiSift  PROFESSIONAL  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Acoident Xnauranc-i  BOB POULTRY  COLiiH  REAL ESTATS, Etc.  TRAIL       -       -       -   B.C.  CKAS. MOORE, C.E.  B C. Land Surveyor and Architect  Plans and Specifications  CRESTON -  B.O.  J.  D.  ANDERSON  British   Colombia   "Lxso   Sdkveyok  TRAIL -  B.C.  Ml  OKELL, YOUNG & CO.  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  GUY  LOWENBERG  uoNSVLTraa Engikkhr  r*������  RESTON  4V������*������������*������f������������������s>������������s>s*ia>������������������������������������������������������p  I    What Can Seat This?  I ��������� 1  ���������     To all new subscribers who pay *  ** in advance, we will give for the *  small sum of $3. the Creston Review for one year and the Family  Herald asd Weekly Star till Dec  -* Si, ISiO.    Also to eld subscribers a  ���������* who are in arrears who settle up w  2 tc date, we will make  the ^ same %  ������p   OaaoS* Oik ttt&Si? SOW SUfcjo^c apDflOUS. '     *������  ��������� -Afte? reading this notice don't 5  2 delay but send the tnbscriptioa *r  2 prise above mentioned to thai Be- %  ��������� view office and secure tbis grand ���������  ������ offer.   Do it now. %  ~-*.~*.*.~*. ~~~~~. ^^  ^c^������cc^������r������*������������������������-*r*-j>-S'OC9v'������������g������'|  | With a Local Flavor |  xSuu<y    *o* o    uu  Geo. A. Laurie and  Wednesday last for Oalgary where they  will reside in future.  W. H. Crawford and Chas.' Fass want  to Kelson on Wednesday last to attend  a, session of the Supreme Court.  Tbe water on the Kootenay flats is  higher now than ever it was before  known to be to the oldest inhabitants, at  this time of the year.  Awcnsg tbo Crcsicsians tc visit  Cranbrook this week -were: B. O'B. Fitz-  (By J. R.Cote)  OPERATING AN/iNOUBATOR  The subject last week was tho netting  up of tho incubator, and no a- in tbis article I propose dealing with tbr> rnrning  of it.    Of course, to obtain   I Iih  IfOsI. of  results, good eggs are essentiiil nnd of  ond breed.   Eggs from pure Pied stuck S  muy cost a  fe<v more cents, but it. more "*  tbau pays iu the eud, as ihu piofits are  To proceed;   take a lead poecil and  put a (x) on every egg, place the eggs in  the tray, putting the mark on  top and  well in the middle.   See that the ventilator is open.   For the first two days-  there will be nothing to do but to see  that    the    temperature   is   right and  the trimmiug and filling the lamp morning and sight.    Better make a practice  of filling the lamp with oil every night  and trim the wick both moruiug aud  night.   Ou the third day open  up the  incubator door, say at eight in the jnoru-  isg; take out the tray or troys of egg-*  and let them cool.   Shut the door again.  I take it the temperature of the room is  comparativclyv/arm.   Now place your  hand after a while, on the  eggs,  aud  ���������when you find them bsooining a little  cold, turn them, by hand, oue by  oue, j ������  putting the cross (s) under  and white  side on top.   By following this method  it will ensure every egg being turned.  Some people commence turning the eggs  aa soon, as taken from the u-aohiue, but  the reason wby I advise letting them  oool first is that I find  that the eggs  tbat come out of a temperature of 102  degrees need bur a very little shake co  mix the white with the yolk, aud this,  after a few days, means a rotten egg.  If you note a hen you will see it is when  she returns to~tbe nest that she commences turning the eggs around.    "We  might as well do tne same.   The cooling  allows the white and yolk to become  firm, and by turning gently by hand,  which, to my way of thinking, is "the  only way," to ensure strong,  vigorous  chicks.  At night, again, about 8 o'clock  turn the eggs again after being cooled,  this time bringing the (x) on top, thereby ensuring a complete turning without  any doubts, and ������ safe one too.    Continue this method every day, smd on the  fifth day, at night, test the eggs.   With  every machine a test is, or should be,  supplied.   If the egg is perfectly clear,  that means infertile; if fertile, you will  notice some veins. An egg with a somewhat decided black spot within a darkish sort of misty circle means more prob  ,-t Wsfite  mxy  We have a First-Class gob Stinting Department  and your orders <will be in the hands of experienced printers  i  ^ssxssasss^sfH ^m*^mssfs^'  Letter  Head  111  eaas  Envelopes,  L>aius  Circulars  1  In fact, anyihing and everything in the <way of High-  Grade Commercial Printimg at the  V-/TT1C  , ������-.>'  how your temperature is by the position  of the regulate*.  Gerald and J. Cook, firo wardens, and J.  If you have run your machine well  you will not need any moisture; but if  you think it is needed I ..would advise  you to take a bucket of warm water aud  ably a rotten egg.   It might be a poorly   soak  a cloth   or flannel in the wator;  K. Johnson,   .,]���������*'   '  O. O. Rodgers returned from a visit to  Nelson on Wednesday last. '  Services will be held in tho . Catholic  Chnroh en Sunday next; Mass 10 a.m.,  Benediction 7.80 p.m.  W. E. Carson, a nephew of E. Mallandaine, paid Creation a visit last Saturday leaving again on Monday.  Hugh MoOreath is making extensive  improvements at his ���������residence in the  way of grading up the lot. He will also  1 anoe in this -property at onoe.  Mr. and |(M. Jaok Atherton and family moved s into their now house on  Fourth slrreet thia week.  Vat Viotorl* Day the Canadian Paolflo  Railway anaonnoa ������ rate of fare and  on*>*Utixidfor *Ut������ ���������wrnnd trip; flickers  wiU be on sal* May 91 io 94, inolnslvo,  final return limit May 90,1910,  Gk M. Benney, Supt. of Roads for  Ymir County, left for Haloyon hot  ���������a-pringt on rmesday last. Mr. Benney  ���������Witt spsttd a weak or co thoro for the  iMntlflt of his health.  The-frnit growers and citizens havo  reason-to be Jubilant over (bo rooent  rains m it baa oome just whon needed.  For the past two days tbe min tliat has  fallen has aotuallyhaaa worth thousands  of dollars' worth of goad to tbe distriot,  ' W. D. Taylor, brother of Mrs. ft, p.  Wilson, arrived In town a few day* ago  toper ������ visit to bin sister. Mr. Taylor  anontkis way to Toronto where he has  tteen -called by the serious lllnoM of his  ���������father.  lt. M.-Bold, station Agent, left last  -ftanday for (Vancouver and other ooasfc  ���������points. Ur. -Bold was appointed a dole*  j-ate to attend tbo Knight* of Pytblas  Krand lodge tbat moot* in Vancouver on  -the 10th inst. After visiting the coast  cities Mr. Hoid will go east aa SM mm Oalgary and other Alberta points* and will  T������tnrn to Craiton in abont two weeks  time. During his aheenoe F. W. flhsl*  Aon, of Oranbrook, will net aa station  &t������iiUt LUt).  fertilized egg or one that has become  Btole after being laid in one position before hatching. Anyway, they will not  hatch, so take them away. A decidedly  rotten egg it will be no trouble to distinguish by the very dark appearance.  The most important point about the  embryo ohiok is to breathe good, pure  air. If yon leave, an egg that gives off  a bad odor, yon are simply killing, the,  good ones, or at least weakening them  somewhat by breathing the poisonous  air. Having tested them, pi too tbe eggs  baok on the tray with tho cross showing  on top. From now on, to the fifteenth  day the eggs should be turned both  morning and night;  in fact until, the  place on the eggs and let remain some  five minutes; that should be sufficient  to do the trick. Leave the ohicks in the  incubator for a oouple of days or so with  the temperature at about the same pitch  as before; this will give about 90 degrees in the nursery. On the fourth dny  they will be transferred to the brooder.  Next week wo take up the next stago  ���������the brooding and foodiugs of the  chicks.  VFOR SALE���������A Studobeker wagou,  equal to now .-���������Apply O.; Blair, Eriokson, B.O.  1.        ��������� -           ������������������"I""'"  " /'.'!'.'���������:'-ii;"'  THE  sssg  v*yff  -^  1%   T  Ul\|  TC  1    l.������y JsLy  WM. TAYLOR* Manager  #Rls^0iii^ssai^  A;-''":.'A'Hy-y|.':  ill  Can also supply front 3B to 100 plant*  to eaoh onstomer at 80. per plant, post or  express prepaid; of they following vario-  BeWtr, Btfcnoood, Chrk Seeding, Pr[dk  of MichigM, Thontpson No. 2, L*<fy  Thompson, Sttven'sZ*1eCh'wpion, C*^  dtn*t7Virglnt*,y*n*l*ngfeUow^ .      .  I advise oxperire anting with a few of  these plants in yonr garden.  O.Jf WIGEN, CrsBton, B.O.;  STRAWBERRY. PLANTS  xl have propagated for salo, under favorable conditions, for tho first time, R.  ���������,���������..������������������......    ,  ..������������������    ,  ,,'V  M. Kellogg Oo.'siOOO strain of thorough.  ohloks oommenoo to pip the ehou.    If  b^ed pedigree strawberry plants.   Sena*  you bave a large 200 miwWne witti ^p '|w Dnnlops, |10.00 per; thousand, f.o.b  trays yon will get bettor suoccbb if you  change the position of the trays overy  time yon take them ont   Tho ogga that  pass tbo night in the -front of tho machine should bo put baok by turning the  tray end for ond, and tho tray that ro-  mains the night nearest tho lamp should  be changed to tho other end of tho ma-  ohino and tbo other ono brought into its  place.  Aftor the soventh day, ovory night,  aftor tho eggs aro cooled, tako, one here  and there nnd tost them to boo the air  coll, If the air cell scorns too largo at  any timo during tho hatch tho ventilator must bo oiosod a little; it too small,  jonejn Jt npa, little.  On tho tofttj*. day it would bo woll to  go ovor thp eggs ajKo^uf tpatlag oaoh ouo,  Thon do ditto on the fifteenth day. : If  yon have any doubt as to any bolhg rot-  ton, test thorn with yoar noso; bat, failing to dotoot any bad odor, lot thom ro-  main. On the Kith, 17th add 18th days  cool und turn tho eggs u������ utmul, tostlug  tho air cell at night and continue until  yon hear tho ohloks chirp or oommouoo  to pip the shell. Whon the chicks com-  tnonoo to hatch tnko ont tho thormonio-  ter.   By this timo yon will know just  Services Next Sunday.       ,  ,  mm**** mm <������������������ ���������mam,   .  Proobytbrllan Church  Services will be hold iu tho Presbyterian Ohuroh on Sunday next.   Morn-  lug sorvioo, 11 am.;   Evoning sorrloo,  7.80 p.m.   Sunday school at 9.80 p.m.  ,       ' T. G, MoLuod, Pastor;  MetliodlitChurch  Sorvioes on Sunday next; Morning at  11 a.m.; flnnday School, nt 9,00 p,m,  Evoning Sarvloo. 7.00 p.ui.  Adult Bible Class, fl.flO to 4 R0 p.m.  .'    '���������      ,     F J ItuTrrnnrom), pastor  Chi-roiN of 13iiq;land   '   ,  ,      TO POULTRY KEEPERS V y;i;;  Get tho briBt laying strain intoy your  flook���������it pays. 1 have a few purebred  ���������Rose Oomb Blnoic Minoron. Oosktvls for  Bnlo from ija up, from the famous York  Bros'."'strain, Miuorca speoialiBts, NO-  taaimo.*���������R. O'B. FitzGerald, phone,Qt<A  FOR SALE���������At a snap, a business  proporty in Oroston; idoally situated in  thb heart of the busiuvas aootion.. It  constats of n large storo building,, two  storeys, and throo town lota; con bo had  uowfor fl.gCO. In two yours wjli be  worth double that amouut. For further  portionlore apply at the Royiow pllioo.  ''juj'.w ^'"'"'-'"r'l'r."!; -i'ii ';','-~nr"mr"~"'-"rr?irtr,.iiv r\  Aft. h, Heatkoote, '.of, tho Bank of Oom-  inorco, who is a good nthlqtOk has dool*  dod to run in the mila race ���������., for nioni  (Uso tho hnlf mllo raoo, As Mr. I-Ionth-  bote is,������ ronl sport he uiay also run iu  tbo' 106 yards dash. In tlio noxt issuo  of, the Roviow full particulars will bp  given of tho Victoria Day'spdrs.;    ���������  ,',Qontlciroador,ybunowihavoa ohanoo  to got your oyon attended to as Mr. .DV  ]*A,,I)ehnoriy, export optician of Nelson,  will bo ot tho OroBton Drug nnd Book  BtDtOrThurBday, Friday and Saturday  .oftliirVi/ofik. ' blvo'liimyft^pali.':/:', .'.'a''/,"  AXAX.yX.s ���������',. ��������� /. .A.y/.yy'-. .. ..Vy.'.r-;  i,, Koport.of tho Board'of Trado mootr  ing J"' Md Ov*?*1 wntil noxt week.  ���������mr-r  ���������'���������..-���������.���������A .".;������������������'. ���������;.-    ���������      ���������!. yY.yyiyAyyAxYXXyxy!Ay<.YA';AXyyXA':-YY-..y.'-'y.--x-Y- V vyyy  ; %0^%^ii^o^i(;^ theg-e .Lpti  AM  ''h:A\i;<  xyXy  1 Divine flervloe in thp NMWSOIlOOLA  HOtTHE:���������Ssrvloos, Sunday May 1Mb  (Whit 3uud-iy): Matins' ������������d Holy Oom-  munlon,' 11 a.m.; SnViday riohool in the  Sohoolbouso; EvwUMOUg iuid Snrinon,  7.Q0 p.m.  Offertories to bo devoted to Oauadiau  Missions.  J  Vmixr C. HAYtuuir.Vloar.  mum  ���������   .,-,,yyyy,,. ..,,>. ���������,,���������,,,���������      ..      ������������������ ...,    .      .   ,,-���������������������������. AXpX^XXA^  ' 39 L6td-in!vB16clc;"8, '.Schofield Avenut,1'yin;:;:th*;y;|i  Tovyiisit^;Of Crestoii.y ' Tlifiie .I^ts- ttreV:tbjfJ:i^  lnti^'isirze-'arid^^  ,Terms--^$'2S::Cash' and'���������'$&������������������'pet-''mon^^$i^^!A '^'"*"^'  ;'i*ti't*ire%tv*at''tKe rate of'6' peijr���������_;ce*j^t;^:j^ii'':;a-'tttttt^j^firta;^'.f;-1;'-  ��������� 'deferred, payments.;, yTheSey:*Lo&^M*,^  ���������vatid^dry, and 'in, .six.y.nibn^s-^ill^  r;#i25.: Look into' thi������';^r6^itte  ''I'AVilA'A  -   ���������       ��������� 1     -,<;   ' 1  ���������: "A bar of'Wl" kinds of buggios, domoi  cratf and onnynyatinnw  of  ynvlnnn   vnr-  IflfcleBarriybd yestorday for-Hugh Mo-  lOronth.   Parties wishing to,make first  Ipholoo of a good rig should noo Mr, Mo,*  brnath at onco.  and'wsp0������^ti  in Blo<MMp  .':���������        .������������������������������������������������������ .v.. ���������,) <.\y'SA-'.yyi-yyyi<.yyyyX' -y.-;���������:-���������������������������.,. ,.,;���������!,������������������ .',)'���������,-���������'������������������>���������  ��������������������������� Buy.^owl*tfi[S^^  -   '     '���������..!..[-:,i.,i-i\riiAA'yXx-lA.Y-*yXx:xXiy:y > ��������� y..-..;:....,.,.-'; ^, ' ��������� y-.y ..  List your property with' us.   We can sell it  1^m>^t'"\*f **"<* i-ff wi"Sj*i*i '<***������*������������������ ���������i*r^^'wnrii������������  ', ' ^itsW   'AXlX  ,'.."'' '/.' ;���������   ',",���������'   '", ' "    M   'v'<.yA.  'I <S*Sjii"'"  Messrtft Johnson and Scruton,   ,     ,};  ������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������e������������������������������������������t>������������o  .i.,,i  ���������A.';  .'*���������.:  I'.'f,  ���������>'.y-xXX&0/y  ���������<������ , 1;


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