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 8f������*3i3  All    ^fYaHs  sum  ill7  Hfc^y'.'.:.������������<,&  TttiSSs  East and West Kootenav  Lead  tX.il  the  Ne#s  F~MTS  ir  ihe  ,or  'Creston  District  I  Fl  1  |:AV:AAyA;f::||:||||^;yA|^Ajy;  111  ill  :.iMMK!  *JVSSTi?\?,--.^.</.i..x^.:l  ]UN 141910; -; JJ  U C^ Tl  1VU, V IC  ,^'  __ 'jiassflf  !A������i'i������ffiS;Sa6������34aiSaB  V V  Bed* s������ &i������  Address for/  $2.00aYssr  No  T7  43'  -2nd Year.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, JUNK io, 1910  Single ���������g?s������3 5s.  you  have had trouble with the fit or  iucu  x^et us make  5ai6 Ojl  -We've *a special made to measure depart  eat iu connection with our regular  Campbell's C!  ^      *> ���������*  whereby * the man 1 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  _1 _ X1   ciouies  Will  nave an  luui v aCillili  /TA     ������������������* ������������������.~ ~~ * . appearance, and besides fitting absolutelv  will have the snappy style which has made tbe best class���������  h e CAiYiPBELL'S CLOTHING class of ready-made clothes so popular.'  From $15  o>   r   ������������UIi.  ���������General  O  o  ���������sr-vT"^ T^s T^ f~%  \jtcucEH&     s    ^^        / %        ^.   t-^ j-* 1���������^ i"^ <~\   I   Creston,  Merehant 1 C3. /A. OKnEKb 1 bc   Phone No. 52 ^ Jjjjjj  Land Clearing Atezmd Creston  A considerable aniount of land is be.  ing and has been cleared in the immediate vicinity of Crestoureceutly. James  Cook has jus*- completed the clearing of  a six-acre plo<-, where he intends to plant  850 fruib trees next, spring. Messrs.  Goi-rigan and Forward have also cleared  some S acres of land, whilo ChaS.Moore,  ever enieipritiug,, lias also cleared several ocres this spring. ' Ji. BI. Barton,  the owner of oue of the valuable add-  itious to the townsite ol Greaton, is making good his three montns vacation by  clearing his laud, twhileR. liamont now  noted in.the district for1,his energetic  work, fi&s just completed the dealing-  ofv-the>-ihree-and-a-half-acre plot near  the Great "Northern station, where he  haspiaspcd cso thousand young fr*>jt  troep/'^ifx'.-Tjanimt *������-*���������*������ ������iigo-jfe^ic������d*'tl*JC-  plottsf land'withia Page "Wire fence~at(  the cost of-"$20 per hundred feet. Fur-  tlier out from town J. F. Rose has been  making the stumps fly on his valuable  property, ������while on Arrow Creek, J  Arrowsmith and sens have already got  SO acres chopped off and burnt and are  now just waiting for the powder to arrive  when the blaBting of the stumps will be  commenced. Also at Canyon Oity, the  big stumping - machine is, doing good  work in clearing land. The Watson  Bros, havo also had a busy season, clear-  ing various plots of land including a  valuable plot of land owned by J. Bliuco.  Besides those irentioued, many other  plots of land, oompri ing in 'the aggregate a large aoveago, aro now being  cleared around CreBton, and if the present  state of activity in laud clearing continues the whole district will moBt assuredly  l  bo cleared of wasto timber within the  noxt two years.  %  Fruit Market Reports  nrs.  PftMHI*  CRESTON  That enterprising organization,  the Creston Board of Trade, has  made arrangements whereby the  market reports of the B.O. Government Commissioner in Alberta  which will come by telegram and  ��������� letter from time to time, will be  ��������� vosted ti" roi a blackboard at the  ��������� X  2  Oreston post office.    This black-  g  P board with the reports made its  #  ��������� first appearance on Wednesday.     ,x  ��������� These reports coming  in  this  J  J  way and being authoritive will be J .  ��������� of untold benefit to thefruit grow- ������ ������anoe, brought word to town that he had  *��������� era from now on. *-> 1 discovered the body of a mau clinging tb  9 T  '_ -������ -���������*,    _ ~    .   -    *���������* ,,   > ,  utsinoi .t^otfn  -itt'the'SmalFD3btsrCo>u^t during the  past week the following cases were disposed off by Magistrate Johnson:  J. S. Keeuan vs. J. Mclnnis and the  Creston Lumber Co , garnishees, claim  being for $50 borrowed 'monoy. Judgment was given for the plaintiff with  costs. The sam of $86.35 garnisheed in  this casewas-paid to the plaintiff and the  defendant was allowed till the end of the  month to pay tho balance.  J. Mclnnis vs. J. S. Keenan, claim for  $5, horse hire.   In this caso judgment  was confessed for the amount and the  amonnt paid by giving credit on contra  account.  Sam Woo, Chinaman, vs, L. A. Oharest  claim 7.SO for laundry.   Judgment con-  i  fesscd and amount paid into court.  ' Ralph fi, Soruton, ediiqr of the Reviow,  who has boon visitipj*; England tho last  Rovbn months, will sail for A'morica from  Liverpool on tho S. S. "Campania" on  / tho 251U inflfc. and will arrive in Croston  on or about July loth noxt.        .  Chief Black, of the provinoial police  forco, of Nelson, enmo in on Thursday's  train from the WoBt. Ho was on oHicial  business. It baa boen *otl* years since  Oalef Blaok visited Oreston boforo and  he was more, than surprised to see tho  growth of the plnco. Ho io satisfied  of tho future of Croston, and for a ehdrt  timo after his arrival was kopt busy  j shaking hands with many old friends.  rlrlAlllllJ^iflBWIM  \j>reston Lumber  cManufaciurina Co  IDENTIFIED AS THAT OF FRANK  FURNISS, DROWNED AT  PORT BOLL  F-VIDTCNTOE  POINTS   TO   SUIOIDj?:  AS CAUSE OF DROWNING  On Saturday afternoon Geo. Hendren,  a contractor of Oreston, who had been  ont across the   Kootenay River in his  services of E. Mallandaine were also enlisted, as he is the CreBton coroner, but  M& Mallandaine happened to have gone  as far East as Oalgary and he could not  be had, so again the wire was tapped  w v,oui;:uu& ouitA vjud   vaju������v   a^&.   **.    .1 .  Connolly responded, he being a coroner,  ntllX OU sV������.t6 UUOlUV CUAATOU   mOaV    wax   iiiuu*  day afternoon's train from the East, and  shortly after his Arrival he at once vrent  to view the remains, when on close examination the body waa identified by several peoplo as the body of the late  Frank Fnrniss who was drowned some  two weeks ago, and as the man was  drowned on the American side and as  thero wsrs no indications of foul play  Coroner Connelly at once issued the usual  warrant to bury the "body, whioh was  done near where it was taken ont of the  water, the burial service being read by  Provincial Constable Jensen,. The deceased as far as is known had no relatives  in America and in fact noaddress of any  of his teltttlvos e������H he found any- place.  BODY EXHUMED -*  Later it was decided 'by a number of  local man to -make an endeavour to have  s  the body eshumed from its res ting place  and deposited in tha looal God's-Aore.  When" it became known that the de-,  ceased waa really Frank Furuise and that  the coroner had issned instructions for  the burial snd that this had been ac-  compiishad, a fitrong effort was made to  have the body exhumed. Therefore,  Provincial Constable Juuaen wited to the  Provincial Secretary for authority to  exhume the body, and the same day the  necessary permit by telegram arrived.  In this the B.O. Government were put  co no essru espense. Mr. GroO. X������6au, uuo  of tho proprietors of the Creston Hotel,,  very generously defrayed all the expenses in connection with the reinterment  and exhumation. Ho also purchased a  lot in the eemetery and peraon-ally superintended the obsequies. *  At daybreak yesterday tha 9th inst.,  |he body was lifted from its temporary  3 2������^S^I1 iiynp  A ft I *he American boundary line with a good  iiSi irnadinm  iVm   StateB    --*-*   --"  *- -���������*  a log with a*death grip in the Kootenay  fiats near, the Kootenay river. ' Further  investigation uy^ Sir. Hendren prOvwd|shGdc, aad great ersdit is dme.to the lo-  * gentlemeo who perf ormsd ths kindly act  to a,?ellow white aiaa*s remains nnoa-  tentationaly in the still hours of the  morning. The party consisted of Measrs.  G. Mead, J. J. Atherton, Pror' Constable Jensen, J. Todd, Hugh McCreath  and Geo. Jacks. '  At 4.?o a m- th6 body ���������was lowered into its last resting place, and Mr. J.,J.  Atherton read the burial service' of the  Anglican Chnroh over thegraVe.' It was  a sad impressive scene, and xxq^ a dry  eye was in evidence aa Mr. Atherton con-  eluded a. touching, and timely,ihomily  Tho whole reinterment and exhumation  was most expeditiously nncl r^erontly  carried out, and we in common with the  peoplo of Oreston -rjake this' opportunity  of publicly thanking the gentlemen  above named for the part they took in it.  buivey and Head iifaing to  Start at Ones on The  Summit Creek Road  <  To Connect Bayonne Camp  With Creston  Govt. Agent W. F. Teetzel  Gives instructions  It is now definitely settled that work  will he started at once on tho survey end  grading of s part of the trunk road. on  Summit Creek, as Ohas. Moore, P.Ia S.,  O.E.. will,'with a party of eight men,  leave here on Saturday to survey the  road up Summit Creek to the summit,  where he will he mot by J. D. Aadersos's  party who is now surveying on the other  side of the- divide, coming np - Lost  Greek.  This road which is being surveyed sixty  feet wide .will tap the rich Bayonne mining camp as well as other rich mining  camps in that region. When this road  is completed the Bayonne mining camp  will be brought, within 37 miles of Ores-  ton.  Superintendent of Roads George M.  Benney will, with his grading outfit,  olosely follow np the sorvey party snd  will convert the survey line into a good  wagon road. The completion of tbis  wagon road means the connecting up of  East and West Kootenay bv wagon road  and will make Oreston the natural supply point for this Vast mining-region  near the Bayonne mining camp. When  this road is completed to the East^ sat.  road into the StateB, and as ia, well  known has two railways now passing  through the townsite ready to carry  fruits and proiuce to the ready markets  in various directions.  Complete    Stock yyAofy  ROUGH   and  DRESSED  LUMBER  ������wii,ii imm  WWMMUM  ^^Ifympi.Mti&tlanf. Satisfaction- (harmtem  'x   A   '*'''���������''   " ���������'        . '   '     '    ' ���������  ,",' '''(���������',.''.        '  "   "      '''   ''   , ���������'      "   ' ������������������ ' ��������� !,"'','.* T ''���������';.''���������  Le:xus:- Figure;, 'cvith youonthat Building  t Hiim,i,m,imiti,������*.mim0mmimmmm^Kmiimtm0mmm������mi0i  ���������y-  &Q. BQXMa  ; XjJKJCiOX UJNp J&tu*  sV-k  ")XX  :-\y:,  t4M-'  ������.,i.  y.i  that the body hadfirat been discovered*  by the Indians.Cwho were keeping a  watqh on ib to see it was not' carried  away and lost in the current. '       '  On Sunday afternoon Geo. Hendren  and Frank Broderick, acting on the in-  atruotions of the local police" went out in  r i- . .  thair boat and bronght tho body to shore  and Coroner Rose, or Hartin, of NelBon  was sent for. It was the popular opinion  here that in all likelihood the body was  the remains of *fche late Frank , Farnias,  a lumberjack who was drowned at 'Port  Hill two weeks ago. A young man, Al.  Quaife just arrived from the Tale Columbia sawmill camp,' eajrs that it ia the  general boloifut Port Hill that the late  Frank, Furnies committed suioide by de  liberately swimming into the rivar and  drowning.' The account thia young  man gives throws on entirely different  aspect ovor tho wholo affair. He aaya  that the dead men wna strongly addicted  to liquor and on saverel ocooaions had  threatened to take hia life, and on the  day of tho fatal drowning tho unfortunate man bad oalled a numbor of friends  into a saloon at Port, Hill and treated  thom and then he v refused to take tho  change from the bartender, Baying that  he would not need tho money ns ho was  going to kill .hlmnolf,, Tho dead man's  companion paid no attention to his jost-  jn ing in thia -way, hut shortly after hia ro*  ' marks, waa surprised nnd horrified to see  Frank Furnisa tako off hia oont and witli  tho rest of his clothes on dolibernteiy  walk itt'o thts river, Tho, onfortonato  man thon swam oronnd for a short whllo  and ownm bade to shore aftor whioh ho  again swam oat In the river and apparently wllfulfy drowned hiinaolf.  Tho body of tho mail that wna  brought to "Oroaton ou a rof t on. Sunday  answera tho doaorlption of tho late Frank  FurnlBB in many roipootu, na tno body wta  ���������without a oont and ono finger was off one  hand, while the hair wna tho namo color ������ua  thatof the late Frank ITarnlai. The  body wah vory badly dooomposivl and tho  matter of idohttoatloiiwaa adlffioolt on*-  Tho hody niuafc have travelled about nine  mlloi; down the; Kooteuay river front  Fort Hill ilnfaa the day -tho wnfo*finnate  man' y*n di*o w������>fl,d v;' .The Urcoton author*  Itleii wove nnable to aeotiro the narvloea  an invoBtlgation into iho oanso o( tho  death of the dead man whoso pody waa  brtniBht to Oreiton on Sunday last. Br.  Koae waa "M buay with looal oaae*.   Tho  l('.r,i,u\:.y,irnr.^mi,yi"'i;- y.���������...���������' ���������, .i.������������������".-���������.-, y;:yy ;: ,  WANTED���������Tenders for the right to  out the hay orop of 1910 on tho lands of  A. &B. O. E. Co., between the boundary  lino and tbe reolamation farm.   Offers  to he logdod with the oompany at Kaalo  not later than 95th Jnno ��������� ;  ' ' '    '  ;''See iw^^oak's new ad. to thia iflsno; it  ia worthy of yonr pe-ruaal.  Grorw Onions on Large Scale  William Hooper, a pioneer of Boss-  land, arrived in town last week and hns  started to clear hia orchard land of about  eight acres, situated in Blook 2, Kootenay valley lands, on the suburbs of Creston. As soon as this land is cleared, Mr.  Hooper will build himself a handsome  residence and will plant onions extensively thereon. Mr. Hooper has host experience in raising onions in the past,  having grown one ssssss. in SSichigan  eleven thousand bushels. Mr. Hooper,  who is an expert gardener, held %h& responsible position' of foreman for twe  years at the famous OaSc Park market  garden at Chicago. He ia a atroa**f" believer in the theory ot blasting the holes  when planting frnit trees, as was recommended by Mr. G. C. Bodgers uoaiw  weeks ago. Mr. Hooper has himself actually demonstrated this blasting process io be successful in Devonshire, Sag-  land, long ago before dynamite was in  use, when he blasted the holes with  black powder. He also planted trees' in  this way in Wisconsin and again in Ontario and therefore knows whereof he  eaks. He strongly recommends parties planting trees to blast the hole first  before patting the tree in.  Mr. Hooper expects to return to Boss-  land next-week, bnt_ will. i������ay another  visit to Creston later in tha seoaon when  he will complete the clearing of his land.  i rinrs wui ue nma ������i tsutuv j.cvu������ _.~--  nrairie^pfoyinceaVoiT the. way hy is*akon  to Creston, having aa easy^gradeyall, tne  way. On thia'rood from Oreston to Bayonne camp a maximum grade of eight  per cent, will he - maintained, while a.  great portion of the road will not aver- j  age more than two and a half per cent, j  The natural advantages' that Creston  will offer as a supply point for the rich  mining oamps about to be opened np by  the completion of this road ore many.  Oreatonwill,he the nearest shipping  point for fraits and produce to the Bay-  onne mining camp of any of the fomone  fruit districts of B.C., and consequently  tbe people of these mining oamps will be  in a position to obtain these fruits and  produce mnob'cheaper than elsewhere.  Bet-ides, it is oniy a matter of time till  various industries, attracted hy the phenomenal supply df water power now go*  Ing to wasto at Goat Biver Canyon  Foils, whoro over ^000 hor������������ power can  ho obtained, will locate at Creston. and  thus mako it a very itspc^isst isdtu:-  trlal as well as commercial center. Besides, Croston as a shipping poind i��������� unequalled, being only seven mUei from  Canyon Street, past the PtvsHyssnan  Chnroh has now been graded the regulation width hr Superintendent of Ttoads  G. M. Benny and from what con bo  learnt there Js a strong probability of  thereMbeiog a sidewalk.laidon that street  [.this aummer.   Gonyon.' Street/ at least  where in - town would, a aldewwvlk ��������� he '"  * ��������� -        . *J * *      *������     i  more appreciated than al ������katp������Hiinuair  portion of'Canyon Street.  * ^ty- ��������� >*"��������� ' 'X  Frnit Growers, attention t The  KEvnEw has juae twelved a, largo  supply of paposr of variona kinds  ahd colors, uuitable for fJrait grow  era'lahela. Surely when you ship  your frait by the crate or box you  want your label on tho box. ,1m-  agine a merchant writing a bual-  neaa letter without his burineaa  address on the letterhead.  Therefore before yon ship your  frnit or berries call at the Rvvrnw  offlco and make & selection of tho  kind of paper and the. design of  frnit label that you will want.  Remember, Mr. Frnit Grower,  , that every box shipped with your  label on is a apeolal advertisement  of your ranoh and ot your iruii in  ���������particular.  m  \A^**A*AA+A*  1  ���������VVs^s^s^^t^V*^ '  ���������#;.,:,v-';V������aV .-X-X-'AhVy sX'l-'-XX':  ' ��������� XXYy".A,Y        V'yyy- y .-yy^.y.,. ,���������,...,..,.   ,,:,���������.,,,;,,,���������,,,,,*,  ^:  SOMETHING   EXTRA   NICE  Boneless Rolled Ham  At  ��������� m  ���������MM  If you want a treat, mow it your chance  We have also a mce line of Canned Meatt-  Corncd Beef,  Lunch Tongue, Jellied Veal, Chicken,  ', !���������!���������  Hsf  ���������'ii'y.'ii  Ltd,  ^^^^  Phone No. 40  [i>y"tL'4iW  ���������>\il  ,,'n.\;  .^Vjijk,  i '���������(���������'  x-y  ���������v''ilr.:;.ifi\<. THE   CRESTON,   B.C.   KEYIEW.  A BOY'S STRUGGLE TOR LIFE  *:���������  Dm ing the week I have seen two important diesb collections, the fhst being  that ol c-Jan Hallee, whose clientele includes some oi the oldest names m  France, and a great many distinguished  ioieigr. names as well. The strong note  in thi collection of this, season is a certain subtle grace which it is hard to describe, for it lies in the combination ot  colors, in the fall of the draperies and in  the "complicated-simplicity of the general  CUt.-'        x        ���������  Two charming evening gowns which 1  i������member well.were in taffetas���������one in  apricot shot, with old rose, and trimmed  on the corsage with black ribbon velvet,  old paste buttons and a bouquet of  Eighteenth Century roses, which might  have been bTOiight from the Trianon it-  seltV The other was in pale blue Pompadour^ so printed as to look faded in  parts. Hiis, too, had ribbons, but of old  rose, and the skirt was edged with a  dose, old- fashioned ruche.  SJittle Foulard Gowns.  A series of little foulard ko.wns also  pleased me very much, and in.these 1  noticed that the skirts were moderately  full and softly draped;* while-the'bodices,  liad guimpes of mousseline in two different shades. For instance,.a.red..foulard  with a little black and white design on  it had the corsage trimmed with mousse-  line in two Shades ofygreen; but so little  o������ either was used; that one; only just  felt yit was there.  '  A Bright  Affair.  Another quite fascinating summer costume was in t'oile. de Jouy of the smallest,' brightest design. The skirt was  made tailor fashion, with pleats at the  sides and a fairly full, back, and the coat  v.as long and cut away round the waist,  so that it fell in two long, straight, lines  downrthe sides. , Two ..wide, soft revers of  black' moire and a collar to match gave  to Athe whole the geratest cachet imagin-  The effect of the entire collection was  that discretion is the better part of iash-  and    the vendeuse told me    that  Mr. 8. JT. ITcw, of XS4 Baldwin St., Toronto. ������ay������:  I can traca  my*on Harold'* trouble to when he had the mi-aslcs live yeur* ugo,  from which he never really tcco\ered.     Some ot the hot ph\sii.<^tx-t  attended him, but wit!* month* cf Flittering he in turn contracted  whoopirg cough, bronchitis, and then piuunioiia.     Moiifi alter  month -went by that *ve sfyall not ������oon forset; months o������ s.'eiple>.ii  nights, fearful couphs, weakening nijjht weais, left my bay a mere  shadow.   He had no appetite, and my lieiit nched *o Rra  how ho was wasting away.   He scent one whnle s.imm^r at  tho Lakeside Homo for Sic'* Children, and ciiiw  l������"in"  greatly improved, but iiic-ioMnwiic1'; d ������sen'>e������ ������fc������*  him off his feet again.   '1 he doctor tulvi������rl ma t.-> -en'l  MA to Muskol.s,hut heavy docioi's lull-,hnd depicts I  my financial resources, and such ns'cp seen ea out of  the question."  '*At thispo'.nt v tried P-jVCHP-hF, am, husnan  lips cannot describe the clianpe that took pliro.     No  health. PSYCH IN R had mastered that which u\\  tha doctor'u prescription's had failed to check, liny hy  day Harold erew wronger, and all throUBli.th* winter,  although continually out of doors ha ���������ailn'l vi ti-.lte  cold, andhe put on flesh vcrv quickly. Wythe viinii������  my son wat completely cured, and developed tt.to a  strong, stuiJy lad."  PSYCHINE is the Greatest  Strength Restorer and System  Builder known   to   medical-  science, and should be used ior  HAROLD NEW, Toronto COUGHS,      COLDS.     "WEAK  XUNGS, LOSS OP APPETITE, "WEARINESS.  For Sale by all Druggists aad Dealers, SOc and $1.00.  gauges and thin silks witli gicat effect  foi *��������� nail outlay of time and effort.  !n Chantecier Pink and Slack.  Tut to return to tho game coats and  tuuio: An Entirely new outcropping of  the sole is "ten m sheer white eolton  fabra������ of the organdie order mode up  with r. multitude uf fine tucks and Valenciennes lace. Such a tunic was wen  over a gown of tho new chantecier pink  and black on Saturday; but it must be  admitted that the mixture of tones wil"  f.ir fiivu satisfactory to in<*������t obfteivers.  Veiled with black, the gown \yould hnve  Ik en fax and away more nrttatic.  Hand-run fine nets nre appearing a1*  timimingg in some qi iho haiu.b������oHiist  coats, tunica and gowns. Gau^e and lneo  tunics and coats are'being worn over  lingerie gowns in the" south at this moment, and, indeed, in the drawing rooms  of this town". Trimming! departments  havo 'been'bringing, in' fascinating hhhU-K  of the kind ever since ' the idea f iyst  struck tho community'.In the mul-win-  tt-r. '. ''-;'-'  . ���������'��������� i,.'.',.',,���������������������������'.������, -** ���������.  LIFE OF A L\JSfiSERJACS.  WET W  :on.  nearly every model has to, be modified  when it is being copied for a femihe du  "SALADA" Tea is weighed by electric weighing1  machines. The net weight is printed on evciy  package. We absolutely guarantee it to contain  full weight without the lead covering. Have your  grocer empty a package and weigh it for you.  Sealed  " SALADA" Packets  guarantee;  full  weight and tea  unequalled for goodness, freshness and fine flavour.  rakri DRAINAGE,  Little celery dips in gold are lovely.  And a housewife would appreciate a  gift of a beautiful chocolate pot, salad  or punch bowl.  Therft aro many little nieecs for pergonal adornment* too���������shirt waist buttons, brooches, cuff links, bat pins, etc.  THE TRYING BLACK FROCK.  Black  gowns  are  once      niore  ultra-  ~ -   -     .,   ....- . . . ,    . smart for women of all ages, and there-  monde, as the mannequins nearly always   fore .ft -ittie taik UDOn haw it ^^ ^  wear sis extravagant note sc=^?ftere.     I .-jf ~~y ���������-_^ bccc=u=gly bj tbe    -woman  past her first- youth, is justified.  Black worn next to the fa������e ages its  Ultra Smart. A y  The other .collection was Chez VBoue,  whose frocks are always ultra-smart.  Their greatest charm isi their youth and  gavety; indeed, ywheu.VI come to think  about it. I have never seen a moody  frock ..ixt' theseV rooms.' ALmagine a pale  sea-green mousseline dinner gown,  quite short, and very simply draped with  a-tunic edged with wide, heavy, silver em-  Vrbidery, a: note of which in a lighter  design is used .to trim the decollete corsage. As to sleeves, tliey arc merely a  suggestion of green and silver foam.  ���������Ruin'think of ;a khaki cahecmire de soie  trimmed-with it long line of jet button^  down one side of the skirt, a hem of  black Liberty, and a corsage of khaki  *nousse!ine over black Liberty and jet.  Handsome Tunics.  A blue foulard hod a tunic of shepherd's plaid silk, very soft in texture,  and a w������ne-colored foulard and a tunic,  of. navy mousseline do Boie, with blue  and silver embroideries round the edge  and on the corsage..���������'������������������������������������  The lingerie frocks were very much  fuller in the skirt than any others, and  tltwo woe a noticeable blending of heavy  embroideriea withtlio fineat of lawn.  Bunchee of. ribbon and dainty shoulder  capes Isuggeal the modes of 1830, and  there were certainly signs at, Autcuil on  Hnmlay which point to the same direction.  wearer   by  emphasising  wrinkles  ��������� *   ���������-       -  *      i,  and  Urer spots" and it also robs the hair  of its lustre. Dull black is more trying  than the lustrous materials. Satin, it  most be remembered, however, emphasizes bn!"fc aad makes shoulders inclined  to stoop, look still more round.  The woman who does not possess a  good skin must soften her black dress  with'.-touches-"of gold or silver or brilliant green and blue. A line of blue at  the top oi the -coilair and s long r-il^cr  chain set with blue stones helps out wonderfully. The semi-transparent yoke of  gold or silver net veiled with black net  renders a black frock becoming to any  type.  If the dress must be kept all black," a  lace-or uet yoke and undersleeves will  lighten tho frock and render it less trying.  Sharp contrasts aro never becoming,  hence nothing is more trying than the  black dress with a deadwhite gcistpc  and sleeves. Better all black thon that.  no collar and trimmed with low buttons, worn with a very short, narrow  skirt that only allows one to step out.  are undeniably interesting. One might  term them charming on a pretty yonng  woman tastefully coif fed. On older women they are not tho least attractive.  An onlooker might decide in truth that  the styles of the present season were  only designed for young, frivolous girls.  They are so fearfully plain, sa fearfully  straight up and down, that they give  one 4 ridiculously Quakerish, Puritanic  air.  Little Jackets. ,  The little jackets, short and scant,  with the round, rolling rever, are very  natty, even saucy, and I may say that  .these are all that have the least snap  and originality. Skirts ore shorter than  they have been for twenty years. Walking suite are ankle ienjgth, and dressy  afternoon costumes are made to escape  the ground two or three' inches all  around.  The Short Skirt.  ���������j.ne short skirt is, of ocur&e,, made to  catch American trade. The French woman never feels at home unless she is  trailing yards and yards of goods on  the floor, and it must be a gr������at penance for her to relinquish a garment  that designers think add to a. short woman's height. The American woman  will be at her very best in the skirt  that puts her at ease and that displays  small, well-shod feet.  FOULARD SILK USES.  LOVELY TRIMMINGS.  Coloring*' of New Garnitures Are Soft  and Subdued.  6o impovtant have trimmings become  that several shopB are making a specialty of them and greatly enlarging their  stock and the counters over which they  ftro to be oold.  This sea**.���������*1 tbo' colors in trimmings  tire either the soft, subdued, rather light  tones or the deeper Bhadcs of pompadour  and "Persian colorings, which are also  somewhat subdued rather than brilliant.  Corn color, Circai-elan walnut, linden  green, Bleriot .and rainbow blue and  Cyprian red are ������ome of the names of  new tilmdee which are particularly fashionable in trimming*.  The gold nnd black bands are equally  .appropriate for the black, tho white or  ���������tlie colored costume.     ���������-.���������������������������������������������.  Some of the protty black net trimming* are embroidered in white and  otrewn with tiny black jet buglo������. Theso  will* .bo effective .for the ornamentation  of black and white foulard or .other silk  rofltumei-, which promine -to be abundant  tbis year. Thon/fliel* ate odd trimming* miitfe of -fthe,- Louia XVI. ribbon  tmbroblery. Tlieee come in bandfl wWcK  can be cattily separated in motifs tliat  fun be employed in a variety of waye  to Huit the individual requirement. Thin  ribbon work is executed with narrow  lmiifdno ribbon, tbo width of baby ribbon  and Hevernl color* are lined in the mime  piece.  SHINY LEATHER.  It H renlly onr old friend, patent  leuMtcr, under a different name.  **njtrt ������������it* for ymig p-irlfl are of  black and white cheeks, with collari* and  euff* of thi* mhlny black leather.  A touch of it (tometlmo-* worked into  women'* HiiitH and top eonta.  And the black patent leather bolt i������  ������M������ming to the front again.  It i������ very good looking when wwd to  lielt in thu straight linen drcr-see which  amall ������irl������ war.  girl  her  HAND4WNTED CHINA.  H grown more popular.  H afford* opportunity for the  with (irtitttfc tawtci- and time on  Thcr** are unlimited po������������lbllltl**-������oii������  may ������*������r?y ont may color neheme or d������������  <Wiitlv������ him.  OWn-mug t������* ip.Ute.fi ar������ tn?* nny be  Minted.',,,,       .���������,   ���������.. ,M ...  tM������' nlft-tit 8lw|>l������������������y'������of���������������������������:���������������>���������,?���������..'���������*<*.  .oriel nallty.  And %h*w m. a*t������r������diwn������r   eof^eei,  Iwmntow nn& timttoto cup* that mtjr 1*  A NEW SILK  PETTICOAT.  It is of soft, lustrous messaline.  Polka dots aro strewn over the silken  surface.  It como in lovely colors.  Because of its softness, the messaline  will not cut, on do tho taffeta silks.  And a silk .petticoat that wears well  is always a feminine boon.  MASCULINE TIPS.  The fashionable color this season is  gray���������gray for suite and overcoats.  Gray hats, too, if ho likes them; ���������'*'-.'  Plaids and overplaids mork; tlio  spring suiting fabrics.  Many stri-oeB; too, nre ehown.    ; :   '   ;  Custom shirt makers arc showing now  designs in Scotch and Austrian madras.  A now French silk aud linen is hIho  used for custom shirts. . ..........  Handsome French nocks are those in  two-toned effects ond beautiful colore.  They coet $5 a pair.  SILHOUETTES OF PARIS VOGUE.  tenderer Lines Than Ever Will Characterize the Modish Woman of ,1010.  Tho ,eilhouetto of tho modishy vi*cwnan  of 1010, according to a Paris correBpbn-  dent, will bo liko a long exclamation  point, Sho has been growing narrower  and moro elongated all the; while, and  now cuts bave truly readied their climax.    . ''"'���������' . .;  ''.-   :"    '. '���������'"*>.  The effect of this tight-qeius of^Bltfrij  nnd jacket is really not unatitractivo  when one hecomes aceu������tortedit6!it, Ono  feels rather inclined to Bbiilo as isucli rt  figure approaches uu, but,there is something undeniably fascinating in. the  picture. So much for education. How*  ever, the chango has not tarim.an abrupt  ono. For tho past f if teen -' month������ Cos-  tumctt havo been growing more and  more ������kimpy, eo we'vo been brought to  the graduation nolnt by slow ���������stages.  t������ jo uuoj o\\% ������v..)i������;i;n'0T jo ,'X  High Collnre Out.  AU the liest hounes have now hIiowu  thoir hiindH; in 'Other wowin, havo  dit'olopoil to the public ncerets they've  been withholding ������o cavefully. Thero in  nothing decidedly new, Thin go aro a  trifle mora exaggerated', that is all. Col*  liu'it high about tho neck have dlwap-  peaiMMl altogether, and tMw'-ia really the  only innovation, and a decided lnnova������  tion thin l������,,iincc tho hiffh, eholdng col������  lar ha������ Iwen with uh m many ycaw,  The Little Ou***h Collar.  Tlie dainty PeU*r Pan cotlar and tlie  Dutch collar are leader*, Tlu. former in  ���������f "Ittle turnover effect, like a miuialuPo'  ���������jillor (nolUr, nomotlmw* ������nad������ of whito,  votbMft ombrolclory, or elm* of the goodin,  <'ii������i*it^l ttiUi ?ixx,& .rlsis. Th.t Vvtith  om i* ���������*������ lHtli* oollar ron������itl oi the mt*  w#r#, lyliiif flat all touwh Then wo havo  oth<#r' ii#ek ��������� tfttiilfcuitiiitt"ilvAy ';h1f ItWif i,',  of black or colored t������H#, '   '  Long Ha*������lifi  Blount.  It makes .the new separate blousee  (one-piece affairs) which Paris ia smiling so sweetly upon just now.  And great bows of it trim roi* i eg  straw sailor hats.  It lines serge top, coats and tai!j������d  suits. Taffeta dresses in plain o'ora  show it in quaint trimmiag schemes.  Tho delicately-printed      foreign   Foil-  ards make lovely shoulder scarfs.  ��������� And its fashionablcnoBs for  mov lir.g  and afternoon, street and houso spring  growns goes without saying.  GAUZE AND LACE        I  TUNICS AND COATS.  Months of  Hard   Labor  Followed  by  One Grand Drunk.  In the great Northwest history has  been largely made by a man almost unknown us yot to song and story, the  "man with th*** axe," known in every day  parlance as tho lumberjack.  In the fall juf>t before winter sets in  the lumbermen in the business centres  send out their tote teams, so called because they are used to transfer the necessaries of life to the scene of the win-'  ' tev's work.  Thousands of men from the dock's, the  harvest fields���������from everywhere���������follow  thene teams to the woods for the season.  From the moment they join until camp  breaks up in the spring there is hard,  unrelenting work.  The strictest discipline is maintained,  says Pearson's Magazine; the men are  up' at ������ o'clock in the morning and work  until dark with the exception' of the  noon time.stop, for dinner. Lights are  out every night at 9 o'clock.  The,cook, a very important person in  the camp, with hisTassistants, is first up  in the morning,'and one*of the most noticeable things about modern logging  camps is the groat change in the bill of  fare. The noon day meal is usually prepared and carried out to where the men  are working, to save time. The cook  brings the dinner piping hot and the men  eat it, sitting on freshly felled logs, often  with the thermometer* registering 30 be-  | low zero.  But it is at the evening meai when  the day's work is finished that the men  are at,their best; there they talk and  laugh and enjoy themselves. After the  meai is over they go to the bunk house  and light their pipes, sing songs and teil  stories. /  In every camp is, a general supply  store where tho men may procure the  necessaries of life. No liquor is sold, as  the Tule against drinking is rigidly enforced. Often men, c/aving the stimulant to which they are accustomed, drink  patent medicines in place of the forbidden whiskey.  In the average camp nearly every nationality is represented. .The foreman  will tell you that be likes the Irish for  bosses, the Germans, Swedes and Finns  for hard work, while he finds the men of  the southern nations, the French and  Italians, too light* and erratic for the  heavy work, besides being'too quarrel-  some^ interfering' with the discipline of  camp life.  Pour-fifths of the men1 employed in  lumber camps are intemperate, it is said.  The long enforced abstinence in the winter but aggravates their craving for  liquor and in the spring when,they are  released from the discipline of camp life  they hurry to the nearest town with  their earnings. What happens then is  often a very short story, sometimes a  bitterly tragic one.  -. .....   ^.*.+.   Assistance Given by Ontario Agricultural College  ��������� Thorough drainage of lands needing  it wili increase the yearly teturas from  the land by about ������20 . per acre, as  shewn by reports of men who have  drained. This is the salient fact brought  out in Bulletin 174, just issued by the  Department of Agriculture, Toronto, entitled "Farm TJnderdrainagc; Does It  Pay?"  During the past five years the     amount" of drainage being done has dou-  bled,> and thorough drainage, that     is  with lines of tiie every four rods,   more  or  less,  is  rapidly  increasing.      Many  areas are so flat or so irregular that it  is' impossible without a surveyor's level  to, tell just what is the best way      of  draining them.  For the encouragement  of farmers having such areas, the Ontario  Agricultural  College  is  renewing  its offer of assistance in drainage surveying.  During the summer     the College has a special drainage staff     engaged in this work.      Anyone    having  drainage problems "to  solve  may  have  the assistance of one of these drainage  advisors by applying for the same. At  the conclusion of each survey a public  meeting is held in the field to discuss  and  demonstrate the  best  methods of  finding the fall, determining the grade,  digging the" ditch true to grade,    etc.  The only outlay   to the farmer   is   the  travelling expenses of one man,      consisting of meals, if any, cartage of   in-  'atruments, if any, and railway fare at  a cent a mile each way. As several surveys are usually made on the same trip  the   actual cash, outlay for each man is  small, frequently being $1. and seldom  over $2, though in case of an individual  survey in a remote part it might reach  ������5 or more.'The farmer is also expected to meet the college representative at  the station and return him     to it, as  well as accommodate liin������ while on the  survey.  Those wishing to make application for  a drainage survey should write to Prof.  W. H. Day, Department of Physics, O.  A.'-C, Guelph, whereupon a regalaT application form will be sent.  FARM NEWS.  The  Working Capacity of Horses  After a Winter Rest.  LUXURIOUS SHOWMEN,  ���������xtoa  m^U^iWW.WJsUVv.^aJ*/^^ ,,'.fl���������.  Smart Models Lately Seen That Show  the Popularity of Fabric Mixtures.:  One of the most attractive gauze coats  with which bo many gowns uro being  veiled is mntle of gray,,chiffon plainly  finished around nil, ,thc, edges with 'an'  inch hand of gray 'satin in the HhndeV  of the gauze. Tho i.sleeves nro cut in  one with tho bodyvpart of thn garment,'  and are straight and close-fitting, to1'.the;  elbows, where thoy end. The fronts of  the coats do not'meet, nnd tho sidoci  slpc away toward the hack. The coat;  wan shown in onoVot, the shop* over a  rose-colored���������:gown*,' but it would bo  equally effective over .other color*, , ,y.  Many gauze coats and tunics, ways tho  fashion writeV'of t,h������ New York Kvorthig  Sun, are cropping'<<out.   Qrny nnd black;  chiffon or nct'rivo, more mod for: thein  than anything.>$&, although whltcjnM1,  colors aro also !flceh. The eoatri.vun liiliOj  rtunio   HneB/\a>id the. tmilcH into yc-vM1'  flhnpe������, many 'of tliwu ' veering , away."  from tho widce without mooting at' the  front at all and falling In with the tmiu  at tho "back.      ' !     r  Chiffon,  Laco and  Net.     I1'  For thointi, not;, only 'chiffon, but laoo  arid net are 'Mod,; aiid noinc garmontf" of  i\\a kind aire coming out m   the' now  fancy grenadines and sheer vollen,  The  liking for, Vivid colorn; nofteiiert hy.voll*:  Ingfl, is Btrong this Benson.   Tn tho laco*.  lined tho fine. ������Hk ones of Chantllly'ot"'  ninllnc order arc in the vnu.   The chiffons dud n'et������ nro brnldod un elaborately  as over or are    enilivnliUw'!    in bold  paUenu*. with convsft IIorb iu padded! de*'.  ,Higii9,    Such onibioiderifiH  indeed  triwi  not only the silk and fine cotton giut������w������i'  but alno lingerie gowns nnd wal������t������,  The Old Wheat Stitch,  The ohl wheat stitch, which in , W:  variant or direct copy of tho coarse  fagot rtlteh imed by convent worker*  on altar olotlm in making wlttftt .hug.  In ono of tho natural development**' of,  tho liking -tot. coareo,, embroidery '<m  fino fabrics. This work, it might be  snid, goes fast and is possible for the  veriest amateur with tho needle, Pat*  Uffiis sUirtpvH* vvJth txrdll sml dhf-r <***<  venflonsl motives aro done entirely  In this , way. except for narrow limes  ���������whioh aw UiUfid������4 to sugReiit stems ami  tor the dots, which may be worked into  ���������yelets or solid spots.   Tlie ooars# tlto*.  70,000 Van Dwellers Preparing to Go  ' on  the   Road  in  Spring.  The people of showland celebrated yesterday in London and Manchester and in  places all over the country, where thoy  are making ready for their summerReason on the road, the 21st anniversary. 6t  '.their-guild. ; .       ..yAXXXy  Of these wandering folk 70,000 exist  to*day in England. "Open-hearted, cheerful uohci.tfar.s thoy are, fair; ;������)en1ing,  fair thinking, all with the lovo of the  life on tlio road irt their heart and  blood." This was how .tho travelling  :'ahpw people woro described yesterday  by one who has studied' thom" for more  than twenty ycara���������F. H. Pedgrift, manager of tho Era newspaper.!, Ho was one  of tho founders of the guild, known in  its early days as tho Tan D.wcllors' Society. .    .  ,-/,,.  ".;; '-. y ...yy.,���������:',',,.���������  With tho first promise of anrlhgi brass  work being pollHhcd and show fronts  jnewly painted, theso people of thb'road  will start cheorftilly. forth upon their  wanderings, disdaining the,, sleeping  places or ordinary folk and living liappi*  ���������>Xy UH'til thb dull days of Octohov Bond  '.them into winter qiiavtoi'BV:   yyyy;,  "This is the, llfo thoy lovo-rrthb changing life oftlib'road," Htiltl Mr. Pqdgrift,  Vlt, is their habits, not thoir Instinct,  Which havo changed, In, tho old days tho  showman dived uncomfortably''',In n  cramped, dingy, sleeping'< wagon.!, Now  his living saloon rivals in its artfully do.  signed comforts tho luxury; of a first  -.���������clasH Pullman car."   A A  i Although the showmen aro still of tho  same restless family, the fair of tho old  days was quite unliko thn fair of to-day,  ���������pointed out Mr. Pedgrift,;:Thon, in tho  flickering flare of oil lamps, acrobats  twisted about 'oh "carpets sprond upon  tho ground, thoro wero ,>. rowdy boxing  booths and dreadful fronks and mon*  strositlea in crudely painted ��������� booths,  NoWi with tho fnir ground bright aa day  hi tha light ot oloctrio aro lamps, for  which the bun-ant is rhodc by thp show-  men's own elaborato machinery, are the  portable theatres, whoro cinematograph  pictures ato shown, and A wealth ofcost.  W apparatus for providing now sonBa-  ilpnn----h������|i^i|"*������keU������ir,   gliding gondolas,  "'"  ,������l������8 wooden horses.���������London Daily  ������������������������..���������-.,,...��������� <d������������������. ,������,,.,  , BAD BltEAK.  .   ,      - (Ufe.) '" \ "        ���������',',,,  "Hear oi ������iniUi'* IwW. trfiA?'*;.,  ,.,."s:o." "������������������ "������������������"'  ' :*  ; I'lW tent * Jotter to, Mrs. .Jonoiiv <WV  gratulttttog her upon her marriage, ami  closed witli 'may you h*v������i' many ;<������������*  V*l������<i*nr,w'! '��������� '��������������������������� '"���������   ��������� " ���������. ��������� .���������-���������.-........ ���������  Many farmers seem to think that because horses have been rcfi'.ing all winter they can. do more work when spring  comca. The reverse is true. If thoy  have been in the harness almost every  day in winter they will be hardy and  strong for, spring work, and a rush day's  work will not injure them. But if they  have been idle for a few weeks thoy cannot stand heavy work without perspiring, becoming short of breath and show*;  ing fatigue within a short time. Often  an hour's fast driving or heavy.-work  ,\vill cause the horse to become ill, andiii;  seme cases to result fatally, iriuv disablement for several weeks. .  yVy  y A y-  The calf will do some better\bn','��������� whole',  milk than on ekira milk. The Jai In the  milk will maku it fat, plump ..and'1 in fine,  finish for market. For this:.reason tha  calf sold lor veal vBhbuldbpAfbdymore  whole mink than one kept for iinilk or  breeding purposes.; \Vnvn* tn������> cd'.f is "4  or 5 weeks old it will cat some hay, shelled corn and ground!'feeds!'::-.'; If those arc  given dally in connection with tho milk  dlot, veal can be produced cheaply.  The main, |dcas, in trimming a fruit  tree is to romovb: dlecasedVand uupcrflu-  out branches' und for making an open top  fov letting in tho. air and light to all the  follngo and!fruit,:,Iu pruning vinos always ouQustahbadsof the bud, as the  bud Is tlio plaeb where >unv growth, fruit  ui* foliage is ,fnrmod.  A cow that has not tho capacity to pro*  dueo:milk, ciiri'caslly be.,overfed, hut 1ho  oow thub^vllVglve ii larg.; flow of milk Is  thi* oho 'thafc wiould have tho extra food'  and tho one thut -usually docs not iwivc  enough. ������  Abundance of sucoulont feeds containing tho proper materials In right pro-,  portions for producing milk, plenty of  mild water, somo salt, mild tonipcruturp  aud comfbrtn'blo surrounding* gonorally,  am. the conditions for hiaklnfj a (lairy  eriw do hi*r best. ���������       --.-��������� ;' ������������������ ;'.-'.',',,-".. "..,���������*','���������';-';-���������  A cow Unit will givo a*pound or more,  ot hutti'i' n day is a good cow, and, in  ailillllou to a, variety of IcuM growhon  tho furni, sho ahoi-ild he ,fcd;dully n mnali  quantity of bran or cottonsood mpnl.  As tovthc dcslrAhlllty of \hn use ottHa  wide tires thero can he no ouo������tlou. Tho  mt������t casiiui observation will sufflee to  convince anyone of the damage which  a hoavlly-ladpri wng^oit, ������iqnipped with the  ordinary, Hhftirpi,rounded, narrow tiros,  yClll proiiuoft on any road, Tharo Is alno  ittiotlier alriil'vorhap^bvon gruatcr ndvan*  tnge to hn gained by .the uso of wide  tires'���������viz.,'-the incronsed hnullng capacity attained,  ,, Coii*l<lorabJo attention should he glvon  io <>wi>������ nnd young lambs, A nnw-lwrn  Inrnh Is Just ��������� about tho nio������t iiuipi������.nii*  thinanon-ft\ie,-nuirt,,,*n-4-,?W>V4^*Jy^  allfe liolp to Jet������������������%tiMKlW\WWt  whonyfftlrly tinder, way;n6)young;stock  and it will pay to have patience and do  all o������c- ean to osist then*, at first.  Thirty-scven cows on ths Cornel! Kk-  pe:iment Farm averaged last year over  <',000 pounds  uf  milk,  which  *is    2.5'J.)  pounds  moru   than' the average   in   ih.*.  State.   The most interesting feature connected with  this herd is  xlwi  fact   tn.it  it was started with pows averaging jnly  2,500 pounds of milk per 3-ear, and y.\t\,  raised to the present standard by foiling and selection, usiug pu^c-hred =i:*.s.  The queen bee lives from two to live  years, according to the manner in which,  she is raised.    When raised by tbe natural way, as by the - swarming of  the  bees, and the mother queen is  two or  more years old, she often lives four or  five   years.     The   life   of   the   workers  varies from 45 days in the honey-g.;tii-  ering season to  five  or sometimes  .-ix  mouths during winter., taking tho  ir.iie  of October to April.   Drones very seldom  live more than four or five weeks in h.t  weather.  The Vermont Experiment Station, .liter careful investigation, announces iiV.t  from the reports of growers the co-*. oF  producing a barrel of apples ranges i'im.h  25 cents to $1. The lower amount U undoubtedly too low, while the maximum  figure is too high.  Princess Carlotta, a Rolstein cow in  the dairy herd of the Missouri <Jj'! -je  of Agriculture, last year gave IS.|-|5  pounds of milk, equal to 1,300 g.iIsV.is,  and from this 727 pounds of batter were,  made. On her record alone this cu.\- ;r>  worth about $1,500, as she made a :u*t  profit of JjKJiO in one year.  The turkey crop of the United State*  last year was about 6,500,000 hemi, i.f  which Missouri produced 450,000.  The Department of Agriculture ',, experimenting with corn shipped from  China. Plants raised last year avci :i^t*d  less than 16 inches in height, with a-i average, pf 12 green leaves at the time of  tasseling. The.ears averaged 5 1-2 iridic j  in length, and 4 1-3 in greatest circumference, with 16 to 18 rows of small giv.ins.  Delaware farmers are doing some groat  things. At Laurel, recently, the finest  lot oi white potatoes ever grown in the  State were exhibited, hundreds of whieli  'weighed over a pound each." They wore  of the,Green Mountain variety. Nam.*v-'  ous sweet potatoes weighing from (* to  14 ounces have been exhibited in v;tsiou&  places.  ��������� Professor L. R. Waldron, of the Xorth  Dakota Experiment * Station, has di'tcr-'  mined from a series of experiment,, that  bumble-heps aie responsible for about fls  per cent of the clover seed produced. a:id  that only a small amount is fjrnu-il by  natural self-pollination.  The largest farm in the world ti owned by one man in the State of Cli.'uua-  hua, Mexico. It measures 150 milc3 fro.u.,  north to aouth, 200 miles from east to  west, and contains' about 8,000,000 aeri1**.  On this farm are raised about a milium  head of cattle, 7,000 sheep and 100,i)'.)(>  horses. ' ',  Oklahoma-is the only State whloli now  has a law requiring the teaching of agriculture in all of its country BchooU. It  is expected, however, that similar l.iws  will be?passed ih' other States.  A The :tbbacco; raiaers of ,���������;������������������ the United*  States : realize^^ about $87,000,000 a yfiiv  vfrom'v'this !Jerpp alone.7-A, V''';; Ax  X Auyiitich of water-on ah acre of lnmt';  equals 22,000 gallons; or 830,000 pounds,  or 100 tons,  -::V..:v.���������'.'n ..* ������������������ ',;. ....yV  CELL LU NOH E������ ! N RCHOOLS.  Boston to Try tho Plan for Building  %j U*pithe Annernlc Ohildren.     ' -  Two-oont hinohcB, to ho servod about  10.30 o'clock each morning to anucmic  and dolicato children in the public  schoPls, is an innovation being Vplunhcd  by the school committee of Boston, as  an outgrowth of tho opch-hiir aoliobl aori-i  dltionB already tried in Frank.) In Park;  -A., preliminary experiment, along this  was .made hint spring by Pirinelpal Miir!-  phy in tho Prescott -School in .'-.Charles-  town, Ho put ,his! dcllcato chlldronAiH  tlio phiyground.,and held 'their',clpisspH.  there, providingthjnlted: milk;,:for,;;tli,em  lu tlio middlo of tlto^Vmoirnlhg,;;Art-itve*-,  ago gain of threeAnmi'tidfi ,'ottch:*\va������ made*  hy the members of this 'clnas; during tl(������  8pring;;;Wel������iilng.,ahd; measuring nm-  elilnes n.vo to Ubviiistnilled that'tho pro*  gv^sfl may bo aecuwtoly nicMuiod.  "���������,'��������� -, ;y,y;itf;;^.:.n..yy;.4ii|������ y,;;'"'_- ~y y.>,'-";,-.  y^/yyyV'^^pun-^ .''."  .;Aiv Exploration party rocohtly usc'iid  cd Mount Tiilbu, bho of tho loftienb ii  Formosa, 112,000 feet ahoyo tho.itua level,  ^'v'Whch-.thbV'pnrty.-'iroaclied-aii nliorlgmiij*  vlliogo (the, Pcuma trlbo) half wuy, uj  the,mountain, they employed twenty-nii*-  aborigines to 'accompany them'-nn'A oon  tinned tho ascont, This mountain is ho  llovcd'hy tho. aborigines to be a moan  tain of death, -'ti'h:(l;hobodyA.hiiav:dulr'e<  tp nwcuHd it Imforn. Tho aliurlgtyd;-  being in:groat four, warned thp i>Alt;  not to break bronchus of trees nar nisvlc  loud noises hor throw stones, and-thniU,  they rafuAod to proceed further, i  spite of this the party.proceeded rtiv  rflacWd the summit at Inst. ;flflelng thi  '-.Uiit-.ttburlglnuo .'wcVe quite cnrprH'''<l ������������������������'  the bravery of the Japanese, Tlm numi'  tsin is reported to abound In v.iHiuhl  troes.���������From the flouth China Pou.  , ���������..- .......i,������> ������.^>iii .ii.....  -.,..  Some modern artists claim, contrary I  g������.������ii������J b**)!sf,'ih?it *������Ve ^���������.���������iMt'suhse'  folorln^n ere to lie seen In the cities, om]  IhgA tiOi'the . dust-in the' ������ln Tho oi������"  country! however,,affords tho greatc  'Will ijlvc th������ '���������' turn*** ���������'m������^,--*������atUfacttottlV;V''irF#^     the sky, --"'V-'y  ^������iji::'AxV^:.yLiV:A..-'/:'''-.-:l!V('-1!;:t ^"���������i'-::*-:-r^'-,;.A.*Viv\ ������������������'������������������^-..'k .--v.i,>,'.,-.v-',r.. ."J.,-^^ ^,. ,���������,..-,.,, .r.;.i,.,,(.,.���������;!-,!. .-.;.'���������" 'lf&: tv&,?X-  THE   ORESTON,   B.O.   REVIEW.  -.V.;   ���������0,  iM*u������fi^A-.tikaK--'.t:'r1.'  as������--- "  isiii  *  !Vv  i.  i*  aved  ig Putnam's  ^* ^^r 4T&. i*1   W     |N 24^_OUWS  jfou can painlessly remove any corn, either  ftard, soft or bleeding" by applyl  ��������� ���������"-*���������-' -   it never burns, leaves no soar.  I  "You pique my, curiosity amazingly,  Uncle Roland," laughed his ward, ringing the bell for the removal of the  breakfast things as Mimie left the room.  "I'm going out now for a blow and  a cigar, my dear," said her uncle,  amused; ������������������"but I won't be long. I'll try  *o get some hews of the other shipwrecked creatures; they were ail housed  somewhere."    " -  Certainly great calamities bring out  the best side of human nature, and prove  tho Creator has not left himself without  .Witnesses on earth in the hearts of the  created.  CHAPTER HI.  When Clifford came back again he  found his patient���������still pale and languid���������ensconced in a huge easy chair by  tho fire���������Mimie kneeling on the rug,  And Blanche sitting opposite with some  fancy work.  orm.���������j.,.  _i_������.i n  ���������la  f\_   rxit***.^A      ������,t*_  ting down beside Mrs. Errington, and  taking-her hand. "I see my girls have  taji-era care of you."  * '"Oh, you are all too kind," fplteied  Christine; "but I shall be able to go to  Xondion this afternoon."  "Go to���������fiddlesticks 1" said the doctor,  gruffly. "Your puke is very low and  weak still, and no wonder. You don't  leave here till I think propor."  "But, Doctor Clifford, please listen. I  must go; you have all done to much  already for a perfect stranger of whom  you know nothing���������   Kay, hear me!"  "Oh, I'll hear you, if you're a veritable  sea lawyer, but as to knowing nothing  ���������h'm!���������you are proud, end have a will  of your own"���������lightly,touching the resolute but tender mouth���������"and so have I.  Physicians are autocrats, and you don't  go till I choose���������that'B flat!"  "Doctor Gliffoid," said Christine, desperately, "I feel under fake pretences  till you hear me. I was not a passenger  aboard tho Undine, but only her stewardess, shipped for the home trip."    *  "Very good, my dear Mrs. Errington;  snd on honest, respectable berth, too,"  said tho physician, composedly, "The  upe and downs of life have no law but  necessity; you are none the less a wellborn, well-bred lady because Dame Fortune chose somehow to make a football  of you and kick you out of your proper  place into the berth of a stewardess;  and FU be bound you did your duty as  such, too. You stuck by your ship and  glrfwriPr Hlc������ a brick, toot"  tihe flushed* up.  "That was only my duty, as belonging to the ship," she said, quickly. "One  more in the other boats .would have  periled them. Besides, every one else  had friends or relatives to mourn and  suffer by their loss, and I have none, as  I told you."  "I scarcely took that literally���������quito  so literally/' said Clifford, huskily, gteao-  ing, involuntarily at' the weddiug-ring.  "You are so young."  Caxistinje' saw that glance, a,oA her  teeth set close for a moment; then ehe  ���������aidr  VI* meant it literally. I asm twenty-  four, and I���������I lost my husband yoors  gone, but in vain; my last reference,  too, was nil, aaid any other'waa across'  tho Atlantic. At last I had not -mongh  to pay my passage to BnglMid. One  evening I heard that the stewardess of  the Undine, Red Star liner, for London,  had been nm over ia Broadway that day,  her leg badly broken, and1 "-she had been  taken to a hospital; also that tihe boat  must sail next" morning, aiid her captain  had not been aJMe yet to get a stewardess. I at once "went down to the Undine  and offered myecaVf for flhe berth, telling  Captain Sebright the' exact truth, which  my boarding-house people oould verify.  How he Is/ughed! but he had got a lot ot  lady-passengers and bis own wife aboard,  and was in a corner; so be shipped me,  and I joined that night."  "Quite an adveoture,'' said the doctor.  "Dear me- and then to be s-bipwvebked,  and lose everything1���������clothes and all!"  ������*���������������.-.*     n ������-       1������������~t.ll-���������. ������     a*\A      Vhr.      taW  couriers and ex-stewardess, smiling. "I  never travel'with a large wardrobe, and  I had sent over here before I left Paris  ell save what was absolutely necessity  for the rum to New York and back. And  I sHways wore that belt with whatever  money or valuables I had in it. Besides,  I shall be paid, of course, directly i get  to town."  "I am glad, indeed, to hear that youd  lees is not bo bod," was the hearty reply.  Mimie asked:  "Birt how come a steamer to be so  helpless���������sweh a wreck? VJss the captain in fault?"  "Not a bit of it, Miss Clifford. But  we had had a very rough passage, especially up Channel; and that gale of������the  last forty hours was aSxmi one of the  heaviest I hs-ve ever bees. in. If we  oould have kept her' engines going, all  might have been well, strained though  she was; but early last evening she  took green seas on board, and one, that  nearly pooped her, rushed down into the  engmo-roow and swamped out the fires,  besides carrying away tbe binnacle and  damaging the steertag-gear. . l&en, of  course, die wouldn't keep steerage way,  aad became unanan&geajb2a; driving helplessly before the gale���������on, on to this lee  dhore. Ihen'our skipper fired two signals of distress, and got the boats ready  ���������with little hope, -thougii, he todl me, of  their living in such a sea."  "Oh,   how   -terriWy   frightened  you  must have been!" the girl cried, with  "No," said the other, quietly, "I did  not fear. I was unconscious of any  feeling but a strange, calm self.possession.  I suppose I had too much to do to think  of fear and death sentiently. You see, I  TOLS a sort of she-captain," she added,  with,a slight smile, "and bad my poor,  frightened women-passengers and yonng  ejaidresi to encourage and eon-tool. Poor  things! it woe hard enough 'to keep  some of them from shrieks snd oonfus-  pUTNAivrs 'painless  CORN EXTRACTOR  -**��������� ��������� -i -������������������-_���������. ni"  days, when, perhaps, I will propound  my project to our guest. Hush! here she  comes with Captain Sebright."  ������     #     *     *     #  One thing more connected with the  disaster,: All attempts entirely failed to  discover who was the stranger who had  aided the life-boat's crew, and then rescued tho stewardess so desperately. Be  went as he came���������unknown!  ' * .  CHAPTER IV.  The evening of the Cay after Captain  Sebright's visit, Mks. Errington herself  unconsciously gave her host an easy  opening for propounding his wishes.  "Doctor Clifford," she said, "I am  quite strong again, and I cannot any  longer'intrude on your generous hospitality. To-morrow, please, I must go  to Loudon."   -  m      -*-������-   ���������i.i   ���������*-.  AU   gixiv OIMtSU  van.  'Oh, no���������������o������"  tain* your bills, elc, to a heavy tune,  my friend. And what are they worth  as security, really? ������our heirship to an  uncle who may at any moment cut you  off with or without the proverbial shilling."  "For which chance you get suitable interest, remember,*' suggested the  younger man, with a sarcastic curve of  the haughty lip, and a quick flash in  the dark eyes. "The advantage isn't oil  on my side, is it? Also, you hold heavy  j insurance on my life, the premiums of  winch .half absorb my uncle's allowance.  Also, as I have, in the long run, both  skill and a lucky hand at le jeu and on  the turf (though 1 don't ciiTe so much  for that kind of gambling, 1 keep your  bagatelle oi interest xairiy paid up; and  if I don't���������pouf 1���������over it goes into the  capital, to stand against me. Fair play  is a jewel, Ken, and you must confess  that, taken all in all, we are at even  odds."  "I don't deny it, Mr. -St. Maur; but,  still, I don't feel at all inclined to draw  so large a cheque this evening."  - "I am sorry for your 'feeling/ then,  since I feel absolutely inclined to in  dorse the said cheque and sign the necessary bill belonging to the same. Get  out both papers quickly, old Ken Morley; my patience is nearly exhausted, if  yours Isn't; so hand over, like a Jewel���������  Weak Heart Poor Blooa  Shortness of Breath a  Symptom.  He Wked  at them,      and instantly   an,* y?uTCa -������   ^fUS?5>y������ ������kl������Wf  though of Sebright^ expression,  "that       ���������g** I ���������11, then!" said Morley.  a^JS^i^A ������������������, *t \.*n= * !       But y������u won't!" returned the t  5*"  uetenmned way ox bees  "Want to look for another berth, eh?"  eaid Clifford, leaning his arm. on the  tabie.v  "I shall have to directly, certainly,"  answered Christine, smiling.  "Ah! I suppose you wouldn't care for  a situation that made'England���������-London  ���������its headquarters?"  "I should not mind it at all," she said,  quite unsuspecting his drift, "if it were  one I could take. There are one or two  of my former emplyoyers to whom I can  refer."  "Very good; that simplifies matters.  To be plain and to the point, Mrs. Errington, it is myself and my two girls  I am thinking of. I sometimes wast  the assistance of a secretary, and the  girls need a married lady as a companion and chaperon, to walk, ride, drive*  with "them, take them to amusements,  into society, and assist Mimie to play  hostess in home society. In fact, be  like a married. elder sister. She and  Blanche are only nineteen and twenty,  you see, and only left governess and  masters this autumn. They axe on life's  threshold,, at the age to be spreading  their wings, while I am fifty, and beginning to fold mine; and it you would  oome to us, I fancy we should ail pull  very well in tbe same boat."  Mimie could contain her joy no longer. She jumped up, threw herself on  her knees beiore vamniii], and. uuxiy  embraced her slender waist. ���������  "Oh! how jolly! Ah, you muat~m.ust  say yes, Mrs. Errington!"  Christine's dark eyes hod sparkled,  and her soft cheeks flushed while the  doctor spoke, and now she stooped and  kissed the lovely girl at her feet with  tremulous1 lips, and her voiee was a little unsteady as she answered the physician: "  wuiiip. "You are very", very kind, Dr. Clifford;  ion. which bewilder the men. aad**teo I Su* surely I am���������you must think m*  often loses ail chance of rescue. But to������ y������������sg *or such a responsible posi-  v/j>i������������mx< oecu-jguc,^was bo cooi, so splendid, that it inspired everybody to     be  "It was a good thing I began taking  Ferrozone when I did, or my condition  would^have fallen into Pernicious Anaemia,, and this disease I am told is incurable," writes Mr. Samuel S. Miehaud, of  Pembroke. "I am thankful both for re-  cevery and escape from a disease that  surely runs its course in a brief time.  The first symptoms that gave sign that  my naturally great strength was failing,  developed from climbing to the fourth  floor in an office building in Montreal.  When I got to the 1 top, a blindness  seemed to overcome my eyes. I breathed heavily and my breath was very  quick and short.  "ify blood had turned to water, I was  told, and I needed the very best tonic  obtainable to vitalize it. You can imagine how run down in quality my blood  was when it seemed that I was suffering from Pernicious Anaemina. Ferrozone worked wonders. Every week I  could see how my blood was making my  constitution stronger. I hadn't any  ue&rt disease.     The    palpitation  "Years ogol?' r^sated both father and  daughter yin; allia^^^^X^^^fXP?^1^  not havo'^h(ea^'-:,^ri^^  ^M#:;s^A:s^^;^etly;^^^  face, tbiityr'h^^  world ;^:^;sUp'p!^eiaApaeM^  TBKieHj'iMyit^^  marriedVA j^t,������.'^y������<: siart^^i,yay^i3mig::"flir-y  tA������fc^ aik^iS.\i%&^  f'Qoodyn^veitfr.-^  mu-tter^V'tiis-'dG&ior.'^^^  doV I AXXaXXXXAXXyXAx xyyyXxyy  . ".Ay, I bed to face it boon enough," she  said, otlll 'l^k-h^s*^^  "I went back to,.-;'Hk������ old aunt who;hiad  brought meA iip-rrthe only relative I had  ���������-but in a f������w n������totW irks too; died, and  with her her income; but X had a littlo���������  about fifty pounds a yosr-rof myown;  eo J was able to think what best to do.  AM pardon 1007-���������-" she paused abrupt-  lyj but those three deeply interested  feces and ' the -doctors' earnest 'Tlease  go on I" 'made it almost incumbent on her  -to continueV the explanation of the anomalous position in which she admittedly  stood.' AV^y-V,A'Vy.;'--A;Ay:': :���������������������������';-        ; ���������-''.; ,A--"AA::-     ���������  I "I oould ;������bt live on th*t," Mrs. Er-  riiigtori went on.. 'T was highly educated and! aoeoiiarpltehed, very musical, I  ���������poke several languages, and X had tra-  >^1&3. I wsi too young* to teseh, cad'I  hated It; 1 tho. humdrum life would have  nwxldoned my restleee spirit.''; !  fl am oertain of that," said Clifford,  1 sottoAviwe'yV:'^  '���������But who* eiloay oduld you do,: thont"  asked Blanche  I*rpy/ in; genuine  sur-  ��������� ptfWe. ���������:.,)(;>.. V-V.'', ���������'���������';''���������'������' ������������������':': ''���������Xy.yX.yy,\, -;���������/:.,-.Ay;..  ���������������������������BeYje-mVAiMngs; Mis* l^-roj^VflowiiW  gas' 'ii': traveling companion, ladyicour*  ���������o, and I did so rand as I novor tmladed  how I made myeoU useful, iuid if the e.\-  sot bsfirth waa not to band, book what  was,. I have soWcmybiien long out; of  employment. But I wsui hard drivon  this time In Now york.;: I iuid; hWn  traiNsUlnK in Europo with an AniaricAn  lady and her daughter, and Hid:".-'token'  them book to New York, where I wa* to  pa paid up the greater part of salary due  to ms. iWUen wo anfved, loi thi hun*  liabd had failed uttoriy-Huvl, Jn foot;  they all <U������api>esred. I trind to get  ���������owethlng before my tmaU funds were  brave!" she., said, enthuslastioatly.  "It  was .such ;.an;esampte;i"y^^  y ySo���������. V1 y susji^/:;-7 w^y;^aefe  ^-Hr*mfeA;wy;mu^*'-As^^  nifieantly. "Then, you: are out of work  ^ax������^V3MSA;:Erririgl[������n?'-^  ���������^;\'*%s/^yy:^  A:A .C^f<>^ A girti-yup^ y?^  yupyand. down.;slowly,ywitii:;hiB..hands: be-,  'hind 'tiiia:,--:;andya:vpn<*-kei^V^bro^Vyobg^  AyHto-.iaM^^Vturnod^Vb^  ment: a waiter entered, and_snid that   a  gentleman wished to, ^eo r������r.  Ciiiiocd;  he w*s; in the next room (used for dinner by the Cliffords).     ���������'���������    ���������;.-;/��������� ���������; 'XX :xy.X  i;'.K-**B*s������^;fme,.'-.theuV..l^  physician ;-;f and '--Vwent'-. ''away-y^iiifo'^Ay *the  other X^  middle^a^ed man���������uranistakably Beafe*-;  iwjJF^waiMn^ . Ayi^'A  Ay^Sir,'^ said he, warmly grasping   the  other's hand, "X believe,I owe you double thanks; for I hear that you not only  helped pull,; mo and-, iny gallant fellows  ashore; lost night, but; took chsifge   of  my stewardess������--l-a grand creature, sir 1"  "Ah; you ' ow^ theny * Captain     Be-  bright !������i oxolaimed Dr;; Clifford."I am  delighted to1 Wo*^" yott, forV I havo jnst  been hearing about you frOm yotir stewardess. She says you inspired them all."  "Nonsense I I only, did my duty," said  the other, quickly;, -'���������''BiitiA-y Bhe-Hihe'sX%  splendid woman i She doesn't know whst  fesr or losinr her head means. I hellgrve  she wss invaluable all the voysye; and  when the gale caught us, and   that awful wreck came, she "Wad Jnrt the!" irijjht  Hand of us all, and wioA.me:half.my  caro and anxiety for thw passengers. She  inspire^ us, I think. She kept up the  men by a word or look���������ao oool as a ou-  cumber. She kept the women quiet; 'under control, so that we men oould    aot  unhampered. When     tho boats     earn*  alongside, she stood ready, and handed  thom on to us at the gangway, stead-  ilylivrouWii't let     *em ���������'���������','!h-tit,ry',,',:;'Jpttv-fli;  seresm, and would not leave the ship till  tho tt lost V-fif. n������, yi 'Give ^em; tho' ohsuoe,  oap'n, she said, in that determined way  of hers.  'They've friends;    I've uono,  14 KaJ*t������ Bolid *   ,  Oold BhftU Bluff I  ils, <rt theMleint i  m mif. *| lie, a bo*,  I^JMtolajria's ������*fl������"*  m������ ih* wmMm riwiMf  ter todlfijitlss. ������*MMtlp������*  UtttsV maWKthn, vesk  . mt I mmnMwXjUtuth.  ifss*i*s efjlie live*, sad  ��������� i������mi ������iMxofi cJjStUej  ���������M<*tsUi������ "  .fl4-Mr*a'.'  fjwy aaiss sj^_afft*������^lgsjr^(^wy  ?whmVvi&������5mm*is t������rw)  It, w*(4eaMwpusyiiMst  y**l  i  \fggmmm  ���������W^   w fSWIf ���������i^^^Sl MMmClH mmm*m]^mm0m]^QI^B. mm^^Sm  JMW*MMJS*jM. : *������������������  "No, I don't," said Roland Clifford,  brusquely. tsI 4on?t, "want a. icrump for  my ewldren's friend.   I want a wiffinan,  youiigy cliByer, f f oithf ulV;Awith;V a heart - asV  ^���������weilya������Vbrainsr-ay:^^  :who,s,l^^8'v;^hen;::i^'4;l^  7 wh^: to.'"diwAtl^mA^  :atys^Vr^i5ii^VifVei^rVp it;  a failure, ���������weyc^pii^:ec#j^  ^fe^'AhsmcbTOme.-^ola^^  'Vyc^-'referenceByA^Adn^SvVl;  ''or'-''^'--m'ore-ifaiTly,-'.(iJw'i.I^  y}yASo, iadeed���������noi indeed, ;^ ji^ifora,*'  said Christine, 'earaMtiyv^ "If^icept ��������� your;  :ioffe^ then, subject yto 'T^pli-BBifro.mVyaiy.  ieierea'cesl-i.of;:coiBfB������^y.VA-v-^  -y^V'ery well:  VNow,doV you' stil insist  ibn''lea*ri[i^:uB-:-tb-ino,frow,?*^A;V.y .V-yyyyyAy-A'-..  VAy"?Why; y yes,yDr. CUffordw i yor;VonO  thing, :>I: have A no' -clothes yheroA atA all,'  Idya these;? said -MrsAl Erringtpn, smiling, "and I must go to oisfy shipping officer Vandi-.report ���������-.', myself A ill aWordanca  with .{^p^h?Se^rightV������"''Iirtt'er>;'!.A'. Yes, I  must go, please, to my lodging. , I will  give you-allthe addresses.? yAv;  'fAnd I, mine';   Mimic; my desk, deoVv."  ���������    ''.'.-,'��������� ;-������;--y.;- '���������#-:-;.-: .'t v'������ v.-; ���������...;.;' f:Xy y # ,���������������������������-..���������.,-'.. ,  .: But that night, alone In her room, that  handsome ���������woman atood before the mirror, pale: as death, and: wrung har Hands  in pjisslonate agbn^.  txyx ;,,y.x.   .  >"Great.-.' heavens!ft Athe bloodleBS lips  muttered,/'what.if he should ask mo fox  my wmage certificate! Why didn't  they let me drown? Oh, heaven! why  didn'tjthey let lue-.dlrownr,f;   '  - AJi; me! ah, me 1 ��������� So young aud fair 1  What was her VuntoldBtory?  ������������������: vy'-yy yoHAPrEtty!Vy:'.AV:''7yAV;;  *1 declare Mr. Falconer. St. Mdur; you  are the coolest, most audacious scamp  that ovot ttvedl"  you won't!" returned the other.  The two men looked at each other  steadily for fully a minute; then the  elder's lips gave, his eyes wavered, fell,  and he leaned back in his chair with a  halt lauclj.  "They "say there is no fool like an old  fool, and only on that ground can it be,  I suppose, that 1 have let you get round  some unguarded, soft corner long ago,  and keep your hoid. Heaven only knows  why I like you, for I'm sure I do not!"  "I'm very certain 1 don't!" said Falconer, gatdng on the speaker in utter  surprise, but with an instant softening  of eye and lip that was almost in itself  some light key-note xo the riddle, "i  had not even the least idea that you  had any such liking for me, but JL am  grateful for it.    Thanks I"  There was a courteous grace in tbe  last words all his own.  The money-lender smiled, and began  unlocking one of tbe secretaire drawers  before him.  "Why don't you get clear of all tbis  vortex, St. Maur?"  "Easier said than done." answered St.  Maur, dryly, "by such a sinner as 1 am."  "Easily done," amended Morley,  quietly, as he drew out a cheque book  and a bill form, "by such a handsome  slner as you ate."  "I should like to know how, then,  friend Kenton."  "You ?J������k ������������������hat.' Ara there not heiresses���������rich widows'? Marry, man, marry!" retorted the money-lender, Covertly watching the "handsome sinner."  He saw him start slightly, and wince  as if the sharp point of a weapon had  touched his breast; but he said, with  a bitter, cynical laugh:  "Thank you for nothing, Ken. Who  in that market would marry a reckless  gambler to pay his debts? Heiresses  generally have confounded- guardians,  and rich widows are 'cute rather, most  of them. If I must be euchered, I suisi;  but, by heaven! I'm not bad enough for  sinner as you are."'  (To he coniinBSJtV -<A  mmkwmkWm  |gl||g||||t|  Dodd'iAKi^  A-'V-vi-Fif'iMq^  eaused by poor blood���������so was the short  nega of breath. Ferrozone hae made a  new man of me. I am as hearty, ruddy  and vigorous as I was twenty yearB ago.  I urge every man and woman in poor  health to build up with Ferrozone."  No tonic is so certain as Ferrozone���������  just one or two tablets to take at meals.  50c per box. six for $2.50,, all dealers or  The Catarrhozone Co., Kingston, Canada.  .....   . o������������ ��������������������������� .   ���������  I Pride of Profession  t ���������  ���������������������������*< *������������������������������������������������������������ ������<������������>������ee-������e  (By Harold Carter.)  When Larry Callahan left the protection of the large building "up the  river" which hod been his home fer  four years and ten months on the Indeterminate sentence plan, the governor  had a farwell talk with him.  "Go straight, Larry," he pleaded  earnestly. "Youjve had a good record  whil  9 . . * *  > ' j*\ 1.  [ dintry. drug  store, while  the  es-detec- ^  tive's revolver pointed its mouth snenai-  I inglj at Larry's breast, the strange pair  held communion.  Larry   was  not   wholly  insincere    in  telling   his   tale.     How   he     had    just  been   released,   how   professional   pride'  and the instinct for theft had overcome  him  at sight of  what seemed to him, ,  an easy victim.    He blamed it to that'  $87- in  his   pocket, which had  induced"  him to take a holiday.   He pleaded for' *  a chawe.   He had thought long of running straight, had wavered; now, if re- *  leased,   he   would   go   straight  to   th*  society and secure his job.    And, as ho  ������T������nV*t    ���������������   lfin/lpi*   ltarht     iwwe  itttn     nim  captor's yes.    They rose up.  "Larry, I'll give you the' chance you  ask  for.    Go," eaid the  ex-detective.  And Larry walked away free, but  utterly dispirited. He would run  straight indeed. With that $87 in hi*  vest pocket���������the other pocket���������his coat  pocket then   The money had gone. Callahan, the  shrewdest thief on the Bowery, hod met  his match; he had .been hoodwinked,  cheated, plundered!  The   man's    pride  in his craft    was  broken at lost.    He  wheeled upon his  heel and started off in the direction of  was j the society with a light of new zesolu-  ���������'.,H������-.5-?  isiSfe  m  tion in his eyes.  HOW SEES F!ND WAY TO HIVE.  ���������ftiyVr*  *,n.    a^d  von've  t^ee*1  promised r, job by the "Discharged Prisoners' Aid Society. You'm too intelligent a man to run crooked; besides, remember, sooner or later you get caught.  Eeep away from the Bowery, and good  luck to you."  So Larry came to New York wearing  I his new Bait, new hat, new shoes and  new imaeiwcBc, with a n������w life before  him and nearly five years of discharge  money in his pocket, which, with the  few dollars he had had on ."entering,  which the government had kindly kept  for him, amounted to sixty-seven nineteen.  He meant to run straight; he had  vowed so honestly, to . the pardon  board. Yet it was hard that'he, tho  cleverest pickpocket who eves-���������went 'np,"  who hod counted his income 'at a good  '-'fifty per * aii the yea? through, should  start out afresh on ten a week running  s** elevator. ^ He did ���������"t v*tit to **o to  work*, so 600B, 'not while that $07 ��������� "reposed in* his pocket,     y   "  "   .  ���������yV^yyoaA^h^Afirafc^^  him^AVahnost'Vaga^  vicinity of Chatham Square.   There   he  picked up some pals and disgU0ted  VjtftthvviKe;^  jtogTW^traight7^  AifV^^ISyiw;^  Lsifsv-i'--thatTVcati'-- 'live 'os-'AtS^A-fatAoisAth^"-  land:!''   Special Sense of Direction���������Not Guided by Sight or Odor.  Taa fileeetlv* ess?������ *ffhich la* possessed t������|  boes ls the object of researches mado t>y M .  Gaston Bonnier, of Parie,  and be seems t������  prove that bees poseeae a special sense Mk<  that ot carrier pigeons. ,  Beea can lly tor two miles trcrn tho hiv<  and are tbeu stJl������ w return after gaUierln!  their auprJy ot hon*������. Langafcrotb and otben  'suppose tbat vision cornea Into play tuft thsi  bees c&n aee for a great dletaase and can alae  note objects oc tbe way so aa'tafiad tbeit  path. Others, vrltb nadent, suppose that thi  beefc are guided by the'eense ot smell an<  tbaf. they can smell flowers at ope and a bait  miles.,  Tbe author makes experiments to 'provi  that bees can return to tbe rive vlthoe*  using either sight or odor. At to sight, b*  laiieh bees to a distance of one or two mlta  from the hive'la a closed box. They alwayj  fly back to tbe hive wben released. Tbe sam,  is true frbea tbelr eyes ere coveredc ������o ths,  s!gbt is not eaaential. As regarde odor, experiments seem to prove that bees perceivt "���������  odors at ooiy sucfi uwwbcss. "St^a a nesdb  dipped in etber is brought near tbe bead a  tbe bee, it ebows signs of perceiving tin  odor, but not so prbea tbo nesdle is piaoe*  back ot btan or near other organs.  Besides, when tbe organs of smell (antennae*, ore removed entirely the bees will 7������'  turn to tbe hive.   M. Bonnier makes tbe fofr   r  lowing experiment.' At 600 feet from tbe blv| -,  be places a supply of syrup,  and  tbe bes*  bwu Ksai It, STcccciJa; ts ss4 *���������** ��������������� ttw-  blvo.   Such bees be make with green colors*"  powder.   Ktt tben places a s*ooai supply <*<  syrup at the same distance from the   hlv(   '  but spaced at twenty feet from tbe former <  Other bees are now engaged in tbe to an*!  fro movement to tbis point,  but these sm  ,  uot the same Individuals as the green marked  bees, .who are still working on the first supply, aad tbe marks'these In red.  W������ thus have two distinct s������ot of bsas;  and' we see that they, can Olstlnguleh twt  directions which form a v������r? %suts angle  TVa'Ksssisio bave b������������_ft e^*^*! dirocuvi  senso whioh does not reside in ths aatannai  but probably In tbo ewrohrosa caogMa. Otha  fecu may be cited in evidence of-the dire-5 -  tlve sense of bees..  >i>'  ���������"..  'v r  After % Fou rteeti  Years  ssrigth  Remedy.  ������ur.������rlr.g, Finds KealthVarid Strength  foun  wide  long, dark lsshcs.  Kenton Morley raised! his bright eyes,  and scanned the speaker, from the mass  of..wavy -looks,- _ ���������alV'.. ���������: i.y-.-.. ���������^.>-i.; ��������� ��������� i'.. r,.      ���������,;;  "Golden where Jhe sunlight played,  But where tendrils sought the shade  Bkrk and very beautUulj,":    ,  Xk* t* ^������ li^ ������,-i'ii k������"i^/.'.-"f-rss ']**������ the ������,MB,,������ well-shapoft f6ot that rsst-  ^V������:^������'������W we^teiby force,   I  -wfll / ^ on tj^ carpet.  ;:wH'mi".-h������:*wid,!:*with an,odd little dry  smile, "I don't1 tWak it took we as  many months as t havo of years* knowledge of you to faid that out. I don't  need to bo told *t this time of day that  you are up to everything, and something  ;more besides." '���������.'"'���������.- ��������� ���������':*���������';,*A;,.'.y:v.-y -  The other laughed and shrugged his  shoulders.,' - y'?x,XXXjAl .  V ���������"Thanks���������a compliment���������with the bar-  sinister through lt.y Anything more, in  a small way, whilo we're on that subject V ,.     .  ���������'.'���������''Ves/V- On niy word^ this evening I  do not know whether I am most amused,  most aghast or most angry with you."  ������'Bo all thifee, if .you like, K������n,M fe>  turned tho unmoved Falconer, stroking  tho soft, drooping moustache that shaded his Up,   "I don't earejt though, for  jumpi.; overboard,'.; Bhe would, too,; sir, I  tell you. She's be bravo as she's hand-  some-t-thst Mm. Errington I" A  - "I am sure of that, Captain Gsbright.  ���������-;^.-***^^l���������ls^d ^.-���������^^o^sV7���������4odl������s>^Ol, All getting  on well. I've been looking round -After  thom, and miinglng ^ik^t golag oa  t?, l������������4oBy Everybody ��������� is so ^ind to us  shipwrecked folk* I, How is: Mrs, Erring-  to������P Could I iso;herf ^g the ������omp������ny7s  agent will be down soon/*;,."  "Certainly, I'll go and send hor in  to you. And when you have settled your  business, she must bring ydu to be introduced .to ray''girls.", ���������������������������     A A -"'::.-'i,^������  "If the ladies will excuse my utifesh-  lonablo. rfppesrsnee, then," slid the  captain, glancing, laughingly at hie  dtwss. "It's dry, and tbftt's ill. doctor."  "All right, captain."  And away went Clifford to mk4 in  beautiful Christina Errington, ind tell  UU,girls what tho captain of tho "Utv*  din*" fcady said of her.  "JMhft t* aottflrms you in some project  that popped iuto your head. ��������� psp," ssld  Mimie, Twyly. "pon't 4������ny it, Dootor  Slyboots." .y  .,���������'.'������������������  ������������������,������������������'������������������  '������������������tflfe 'pfnnfMiJuAr^'' #������M     lm.,, ''iwiiiaHsr*  Irlfwt. But you won't know (t totrt* few  the life of ms, I oan't see why you'ro  no down on me this time, I told you  when I camo in, that I only wanted two  Uiousand pcundo' fctforo' 1 go do'.'rn to  Newmarket."  4'Onlyl" repeated Morley, laanlnfoas  arm on the large office i������cr������talr������ at  which bs sat. Haye you forgotten that  you -art pretty deep stilt in my debt* Ui  strife* of what you have psld off from  Mme* to time?  This drawer hers  kachute   Man,  JriAan cfid Relioble  A*ter*ourteeh :fe^'Y6i>wMsa^gil^"Uik.  sitairiediA V; *h������^ by  drojieioaly ���������wolUngs,  and oulminotod in  LtunibBgo, Aabd confined him to hia bed,  Molachi ;V.;, MoAuliff������>,.a woll^knowii re^  sideht of thie plow,, has entirely y ������i  covered his health,7 arid:heySa-ya A with-  oin* heedtation, "I-Vainyeure';;':IX,rowo'-VVit  onitirely to Dodd's Kidnc^yJPills."' ;  ���������y.'.'Iywas laid up withyPlourisjyVy.^whioh  affected my jj^neya,'o' jMr.VyMcAiuliffe  continues. "I sutMored;a gvea/6;;,d������������ly-of:  pain,: especially in" '''tmy iba^lAVXlVA:waS-  olso terribly troubled with     dropsical  swellings, and finally; after many   ������*-  tempts to ''spot rid of my troable,V���������    I  foum myscaf compel]^-.to'ijfi^  Ww* ouaimed to my bed wiui. Lumbago,  I tried many medicines but they fuilod  to do me any good. Then T turned   to  Dodd'������ Kidnoy Pills, and ������fte������Vtaat%  one box ly felt greatly relieved.,' I ytook  sovoral mow boxee and found myself  oompletely_ cured." !   : .   ;  Dodd'* Kidney Pills always curd any  V andy all forms ��������� of KMnoyyVDlBi^^  1. \ ��������� ���������*���������'���������';���������} yi: 'y\-' ii i.i i" - lie '*','',"/ XX." X. "VV'V'- A -,- A  ^'���������'^AV'StltTlna-' War' Whoop^-'-'^A'''A  At the siege of Fredericksburg, when  the;*p)bnfedpm were' enduring^yiin  moro than; thoir usual pang* of hunger,  one of the Southern skirmishing pa-rtles  made a tuddon raid on an unsiaBpecting  Fodsral trlgado, .'A]'\XX'y'X,-AXl  After some Interchange of firing the  assailants rushed upon thoir dlsoonoerfc.  od enemy. ' Ono emaciated "Johnny^,  hurriedly emptied the knapsack of a  prostrate soldier, and straightening up,  regardless, of blades and bullets; waved  his booty above hi'i head. ,  "Chargo ,������em,. boys, chargo >m!" he  yelled.' '"tl\ty*ve got cheese l1*���������vBrom  LlpplncoU's. t  ��������� ���������i'XX.XX il'.T- .'"'"���������'���������*"������ '" "T ���������"  DRAPT;xmOMTEE CALLERY.    V  (Chicago News.)  Tho leading man in the barnstorming  K'aw I&agland drama halted In tho wings,  "I guess I'd hotter,go baok for an  encore/* he announced proudly; "I still  hear tho wind hissing In the blUrard  ���������aceno,"-'- ��������� .-'  Ww Moekneodl" snorted the Irate  inahaflar. "That isn't the bUward-r  that'* th������ audiMtea."  8UMMBH DOAIID.,  i        (Washington Hsrald,)  I'm an author, you undera-U^nd, tspsod.  Inff nvjr vacation on a farm to (yet loesl  otTorl^ How muoh will board ho!"  "Tan per week," reptted the farms**,  "snd te extra If ws're expaattd to talk  dialect,"  those.  .       ���������   ���������.. ....... ,���������.._  that:-was;: t7h^ACrttxV-'1ofV,it.-yyIt^  pride' thatiVled: him to clip the A gold re-  pester froim the fob, to enatchV the mng-  nate's pocketbook from the insideypooket  I  BANISH PIMPLES  "TIMlliiiliiiiisi  .Ai Ai x:{.. x}:X%:iyyrrXiyY<AKy:&yi\sA$.'. '��������� X&^XA^yxyyyyy^  \kelAs&n^  'y*jAAAxA  y'*:Ai'  >A  AND NtoHER : BPOKBj v-'; (JNMT  LARRY AND HIS INTENDED Vltf  TIM EYED ONB ANOTHER UNDER  THE LIGHT OT THE STREET LAMP.  of his cost. Should he, the peerless piok-  pookefc, throw up this old life and start  runuing nu elevator? r 'y ;"-.���������'���������  At that same instant a portly, under- j  sired gentleman witli n long beard  strolled by, Larry's fiugero itched. His  resolutions wero forgotten, for the breast  of the frock coat bulged with what: his  oxpert eye told him was a fat wallet.  Softly, he crept tip, drew abreast, jostled his victim In the crowd*���������and the  trained fingers crept over the lapels  deftly, only to be seised in a sinewy  Btip. --V -  That grasp.was liko steel. And neither  spoke; only Larry and his intended victim eyed ons another under the light of  tho street lamp. Gradually the stranger'* ayes grew wider iu surprise.  "tisrry Callahan I O. Larry Cal-  lahanl" he ejaculated, "And to  think you would piek an ex-deUctivo  for your work. O, bungler, bungler.  W������H, what have you got to say������,T he  ���������aid,; In a sharp tons of oommand.  ���������"Oome. for old'ilmes-* sake, III put up a  a drink be-fors I take you to tho station. No, an Ice cream soda," h������ continued, as Larry edged toward aaaloow.  "Intoxicants are an atwmliiatlou, Yw>.  Larry, I am an evangelist now. Aha  before I shut np your body I would  try to save your soul."  ���������"���������Reunions s*uy," tho*i������;ht Larry, *Pll  work him If I ean.1" And, seated slda  by ski* bsiore tiie soua couxUr    lu,  4  InthcSpriflg  |;lSSl|l|onp^^  y.'-'ylf ;.'-you;;.Wttnt--:-y-.-,.*K,.-iif.-v^������i������^:B������������ij,,i������it(������;l.:.v^:!.is;;  strength in .the y sp***i*'*������Ay^^  7u*fiV-:yo-us AAblood^yiiidtfe:: s^itbnibtmwol^*iit^  FoliowingVthe long, .Uidtor-^tw^  ���������Vmofet? people do ;-;f������*l y'degreiss^vriM^if^y^  ilyi;tii^.VAThiBVmeans;-:th^  i-nruptHreV-andyV^to^.y^ItV  ,'of Vtho'WbbdAthiat-^ujiM^  ;. BiRhttyyVerupttori^  'ddtlbri'VisV.diueA;attaoksi;y^fVA  aiid plumbago ;;:i.theV aharp 7's'*UbW>^;;;,paln������^  ;:of sciatica * anaV-nwrstf^^  ;7tl*l������,������-frequeht;',lrtada^eay  avoid '���������: exerMbn'r '''.You ye^<^Vwr^^he^^'v^MS  ;;troublM,--'by::-Vt*ev'u8e''/ofApw  necdatonio and a tonio only, and among  all modicirie*"thero li':non'a'Keaii'.''*"equaly:y  ^Dr..���������:WilllamBl'iPink PHI?; for jtheir, tonic,; ;  life-giving; v,nerve7.-iArestortngy-V.poweris^ A-:  Every ^dose of this- ���������medicinei i makes new,   ���������  'rich MobdrWWch drives out impurities,: ���������  stimulates ; every organ,  and bringsyya'���������'..-V  feeling of V new;, health  and energy 7' to: ���������  weisikv tired out, ailing:;m������n;V^otnan"-:alridVA;:,  i-'ehil&res.'- If yo*-'-' *i.4> '.f������������*Wn������* onit of sorts.-/..':  ' j^ve this medicine a trialVlfc; wltt not ���������  disappoint you.   Mr. Paul Charbonneaui, y  a young manj well known in the town  of StiyJorbme,: Que.,; IsyonbAbf��������� the host ;{  whoA bear testimony to the:vahie ,of Dri A  Williams' Plnlc Pills.! Ho says- X VWlifen-VAVA  I left school I became a bookkeeper lh  an important: office.    Probably due to v  confinement, I began to suffer from in-;  digestion and loss: :of strength.-y: I--...;b6.yy  came nolo and seemingly bloodless and  was often se^ixed with palpitation of the  heart and, Violent;headaches.���������'��������� I  tried :  several remedies, but,;they did. not! do ;  me ablt of gooit,x I was advised tbtry  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills snd did so, and  the uso of eight boxes brought me to  perfect health aiid strength.    I have'  since enjoyed ythe best of health and  cannot say too much In pralso of this  valuable medicine."   -y.Vv "... :[y. y-iYXyxyXy  . Sold by all medioine dealers or by mail  at 80 cents n box or six boxen for tfLM'  from Tho Dr.: WHUama* Medicine Oo^  Broekvllk, Ont.  HARD-SHELLS IN KENTUCKY.  ,  Cfoptaln Tmocy, who lived down    to  Kentucky, tvsvi. a good old Hard-Shell  Baptist, who occajrionaiily would tell a ������������������.  story at tho eicpense of tJie brethansn. ���������  Yeara ago thoy ware not no eonispimsoua.  ly orthodox on Uie temper ono* que#Uoe)  as they aw In our Unvs. ';'  "On one ooeaaion," said the Qsptalnc .  "the breltoen in, my wglony wore a/bonl  to have a grand ehuroh gatherUMf,; and  ail the faithful hi the neighborhood wars  expected to exert them������slv*������������ to ������i*ar.  tain auHabJy and Iioapltably the vl*Wni ���������  brethren.    Two of my nialjrhhora nsai ������������������>:  each othor iuat before tha grand ga/Mws>  Ing.   One d them said������  "���������What at* you goto*** io dot'  '"W4V rniOed the man. Tve Ud is  a Mklkm of ftmtrata whlsksy,'  ������������'A gallon 1'  retorted h-U  imh^Mmmt,  with a look ot oontamptj'why, Pta gojl  a bafval. and you are Juat on ������M������ U ,  ���������opirtMrt VLt gssvit ts I cssJ m   ' ir-jTI ��������������� I*     jT    "    /���������������.     i**i. *     JL*     3     K S    ������&    8 XUl        H"^ *������������a   ��������� ^*s������   sT^.  S   .     S       W iu iu    nt\*n    ������r--i    ������-������.    <a nr ���������  V^ ^-/ JLVJJLV JLJL-rf A**. x**.a-*  OFFICE. TORONTO  ESTABLISHED  1807  ������. * walker, present - I Paid up Capital, S10>M������'������������������  AlBXABDEB LAIRD,General llana^er | ReeerVS Fund,    -     6,O00,OuO  Wild Rosa Lodge No. 39  KNIGHTS  OF  PYTHIAS  Croston, B. C.  Meats every oilier Monday from .Tune 20  to uctober A ufc 8   u.iu. iii Bpeurs* Hall.  Geo. Broderick, O. O.  E. Jensen, K of R. & S.  R. S. Bevan, M. of ������.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  Branches throughout Canada, snd ia t>.e United States and England  A.    C.   BOW NESS  e*  COUNTRY BUSINESS  banking business  ml a ass/tun   nv  S3 ft pa iu raw P I  Kverv facility afforded tc farmers and  . . **       others for the transactian of their  Sales notes wi.l be cashecTor taken for collection.  I  II  "Wholesale "Wine and Spirit  Merchant  . AS A ?!  151 ?}*���������'-.  Accounts may be opened by mail   and  monies deposited or withdrawn in this  122  ,i Gf������i!������>FOOiv  way with equal facility.  PSBOY B. FOWliBB, MANAGER ORESTON BRANCH  . j  MR.. ,'EAN-GH-ER,:;;L ;,:;;.,:;,  Has it ever struck you that you can  Save  Money  .   "   '** ,- ,    'X  by using a - - v -, -   -   *   -  ' ONE-HORSE" PLOW?  Your Boy can use it and earn just as much for  a'Man.     In Stock at���������  you as  "*������   T  G ARV KR-S  HARNESS  AND  I ft* Of  Clm'* CMT  AL7AT   JUAJtiV&Ul.-^   1  CTHDC  BS������=  *^Vwn^^Vi4<l������n^'^^ '  A  The Creston  a������**s  tRevieW  Published every  Friday at Oreston, British Columbia, by $he Creston Pub-  Itching Co., at their office, Fket Street, Creston.  J. K. Johssox  Manager.  Ralph G. Sckutox   -   Editor.  ft?  If  Snbsoription, $3.00 a year, in advance.  SO-Day Notices, ������5;  60, ������7 50; 90, $10  Corn Plasters  Corn Cures  Kodak Goods  The "Rsview is tbe acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston valley, cir-!  emlsting in over ono thousand homes throughout the Oreston district. Our|  eolnznns sre open to correspondents on live questions of local interest.* Contributions must be brief, -written on one side of the paper only Rnd fciRiied, not  necessarily for publication, but- as evidence of good faith. "Wo invite support  la ens- endeavours So increase the usefulness of the Review by bringing iu your  advertisements, subscriptions and news. Complaints from subscribers ns to  sen-receipt of papsr "will bo promptly attended to. Address nil cominuuion-  ������t������wi������i &5 *hfi editor,  KOOTENAY RIVER BRIDGE  5  so.  Adhesive Piasters  Surgical Dressing  Toilet Soaps  Chinaware  *'     *-~������W  5   Writing Papers  Fishing  Thermos Bottles  >  SUNDAY  HO TTRS  **  The communications addressed to Mr. Chas.   Faas,  fouud  elsewhere in'"''this paper, referring to the  bridge  and  wagon  road across the Kootenay river   show  that  the   government  has already had  the   matter  under   consideration.      James  Schofield, M.P.P., as all admit, irrespective  of politics,   has  the -welfare of his district at heart, and just as soon as   it  is  at all practicable the bridge and *wagon road referred to  will  be built, but just at present as is intimated in Mr. Schofield's  letter, the conditions do not quite   warrant   the   building   of  the bridge;   but it is   more   than   likely   that   an improved  ferry system^will-be afriahged this summer and probably the  wagon road referred to may be made by next summer at far-1  thest, butvthe settlers across the Kootenay river will have to  be content with the improved ferry   system   and   tne  wagon  road for probably a few years yet;  but th*y can rest assured  that the bridge across the Kootenay  river  will  be  actually  built just, as; soon as the settlement ofthe country  warrants  that large expenditure of money.  As willy be seen on the front page of this paper, the Board  of Trade is; now furnishing a bulletin of the market reports  of fruit as reported from time to time by the B.C. Market  Commissioner how in Alberta. This is indeed a forward  step in the marketing of fruit and the government deserves  great credit for their consideration in furnishing such valuable information to the fruit districts in B.C.  It seems that last season some of the fruit growers in the  immediate Vicinity of Creston were troubled greatly by the  boys stealing fruit and breaking limbs of trees. Last year,  prosecution bf these boys was withheld in consideration of  the parents oi the offenders, but it is stated that should these  outrages be committed this season on the. orchards, complaints will be lodged at once and the prosecution of the offenders, will be. pushed. It is therefor* to be hop'ed that parents  will warn their boys not to trespass on other people's orchards this season, and thus avoid trouble.   <  12:30 a.m, to 1:0 p.m. and  8:30 p.m. to 9 p.m,  For the sale of MEDICINES ONLY  Creston Hotel  OU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. W������  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  ,   B      Headquarters for Mining Men,  cfigam j  ivUmDermeil)   Ranchers,   Tourists  and Commercials.  ������ The Leading  1 Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  Oar  Call  Guests  I Creston Drug & Book Co. $ g Moran & cMead - - Props.  W. A. McBEAN, Manager  m&sMism  There is Plenty of  Comfort  in a sweet pipe filled with fragrant tobacco. This is the pipe  smokers' Paradise, for we cau find  every kind ol! pipe from the humble clay to ehe finest meerschaum.  If you Smoke a Pipe  come choose it here. Every shape,  stem, or wood, or other material  yon can think of, and then some;  every price too. t  u  -.1 -A   , V-T, .'-,   ��������� ��������� ������������������ - ,"r    ��������� -.   ~-        -   '     "  ' 1    -m     m" -        T *-^~-        ~   - -    ���������       --1 - - -        . 1       .i      ��������� . r   -       1 ���������.,���������  rlr  i     _    ,  We are Agents for McLaughlin  1 "* 9 ^**(  uossiuuisuvi ������������������������������������ wawins Bin 3  , uuggsu*?,  u w ^���������^   n a a n q"^  MT*P%BJ������8B^*  1  You Save Money by consulting us before  Buying Elsewhere.        Easy Terms  CRtiSTON  ,'iha:l-  garcffi^fi-irr���������^*^^  Notice of Application for Liquor Licenae  TaUe Notleo that I, W.'.'W. Hall, of Krlokson  R.C, Intend applying to tbo (-superintendent  of Provincial Police lit Victoria, at the oxpiru-  i'on oJcns* ir^nth ft-om tbo date heroor. for  for a retail liquor.license ror the premlSuS  known as the Erlclisou Hotol,' situated' at  l������rlcltson, B.C.  U&tefi at Erieltson, B.C., .Uin������ loth. 1910.  Notice of Application tor Transfer  of Liquor Llciinso  Talco notice tliatl, Arthur Oltoll, holding  ^nrfW'Li"-liL'l'-^<L1-'LLI'-i-!  1  power of attorney for tho lato Joseph Walker,  Intend npplyln<r to tho Supsrlntondttntor Pro.  VincUl Police, Victoria, at tho expiration of  ono month from the date hereof for a transfer  of the retail liquor license held by Joseph  Walker for tbo premiPCb known as tho Ericlc  sou Hotel, situated at Erickson, B.C. to Walter Hall, of ErlclsNOn, B.C,  Dated at Ei-lckson, B.C., Juno 10th, 1010  THE OOl^ii^uBSi,  TC i'   f*.f?  1,T-ir'3l    STI  (ByR. G. ScttUtON)  Tho "Daily Mail" is an English one  oerit moruing popor, run on very up-to-  date HncB-~BcKro heads nnd red hot nowe  ���������published BimultaneouBly at London,  Manchester and Paxis; circulation one  million and a halt copte.** per day.  Throo years ago the owner of the Daily Mail and associated papers put np a  pot of Si50,000 for tbo flrat man to travol  between London and otauchester in a  hoavier-tbau-air machino,     Tho nero>  piano waa just bcprlnniiiR to bo talked  abont and tho thing was regarded as a  joko; of conrno Harmswortb could mako  an offer liko that, ho wan unro it could  never bo wou;  an  odvertlaing  dodge;  another Dally Mail hoax,   But tho oiler  waa placed on record, conditions laid  down, and tlio whole world invited to  compete.    Peoplo mockod and joorcd,  tbo Gorman ncarts oauat* ou and tho bud-  got, and tho offer was forgotten.  Suddenly, a littl* more than a year  ago, a Frenchman, Bleriot, helped by a  strong wind, travelled across tho "silver  streak" between Calais and Dover, which  for a thousand years has been Brltuiu'u  bulvw-k, in a heavier-thnn-alr machine.  This startling feat coming no soon after  tho "Wright brother* had biben in the  air far half an hour at a, timo over in tho  BUtas, fell liko a bolt from the bluo into  tho eleopy calm of Britiflh -unbelief.  Bleriot not only Jew Over tho btraita,  ho flew over British battleships^ and Vgon  boats.   -.. ' '-j-:. ���������'���������;,'.-.';;- '��������� . XyA'AyAy  Tho sea powor of Britain has ybeein  liken mighty troo, overshadowing the  waters, but Bleriot. oponed tho, ipypg.pt  the world to tho fiiot soa power rnrist lie  superseded by a greater power still' Ply.  ing machines woro poBBlblo, and at onoo  tho boat brains wero directed to the now  scionco.   The progrosa siuco thou hae  boon oktraoi dinary; tho manufacture of  flying mnchinoB is now a regular oatab*  liflhod businosfl.    A fow wookta ngo I  Btood in the groat walla of Olympla at  tho Aoio i'.:.liibltion, and saw round mo  a dozen different typos of aoroplanon,  monoplanoH,  by-plauea and tri-planon,  ranging in price from $2,1500 to $20,000,  nnd all guaranteed to fl/,  Acoountfl of pooplo flying 20 to 80  miles nre common; Germany, Franco,  Britnlii and United Statca hnv������ v.eon  aeroplauo raoa mootlugfi, and in J?rmioo I  bcIiooIh have boeu started to tench tho  new art.  LuHt Saturday Graham White, an  Engliah aviator, nlootriiiod. ovoryonu by  uuuounoing hi������ Intontion of trying for  tho Dully Mail {50,000, Tho (liHtauuo  from London to MnnchoHtor ih iki'milnH.  Tbo slightest failure of thu niaehlnn  ovor a largo part of tho oourso would in-  volvo certain disaster, as a fall among  PRIVATE SALE, GlaBB buffet, dining  room tabic, lounge, rugs, wnshetaud,  and 'dresser, praotically new. Oome and  Bee; only ii couple of days, to take advantage.���������A. B. Attwood,  f?ee the new ad. of Thomas' Quaife in  this issuo.. He ib prepared, to stump and  'oiup.r laud.   Give him a call.  M.1R.Beatt������  CRANBROOK - B.C.  Tho    .  Funeral Director  -,,, A. MIRABELLI    I  || I THE    CRESTON   SHOEMAKER  |  Best Workmanship  Boots and Shoes made to Order  A Speciality  ,,Me������dameB ,E., O. Wilflon, S. Speers  and Wi K. Brown deBiro to thank the  ladiofl of Orostou who so kindly enter*  tertained them at their "At Home " at  tho house of Mrs., R. S. Bevan lnfife Wod-  [day, on tho eve off heir departuvo for a  holiday; ahd to return ��������� Biucero thnnka  for their united'kind, wishes in counoct*  ion with thin occasion.  'All the Latest in Hats,  Flowers, Ribbons and  Veilings, LacliesV and  Children's Sailors  A fine assoirtnient of Ladieii,  Waists, from $1., ^Infantfe'  Silk Bonnets, etc., etc.  Say, Johnnie, can you tell  me 1toher,e I can, hire a Good  Saddle Pony?  Sure!   Try the ~  GRESTON  v  I  Spiced Bolls!  O}JIU0y   BlUllSil  |  -* ���������  j * ��������� C  We have sl fresh supply of    i *  SPICED  x  <ROLLS  These are Bouclnps and take tho  place of Hfim or Bacon at a Low  Price thut will surprise yoa.  jyirsM. YOUNG  ���������A Fourth' Street, Creston, B.C.  rjftjk"^  "< '��������� There's, ya  Gooa, uray and  ^^;art^;i>o)i Woody  '-^���������;''���������; ���������  Fresh Beef������ Pork  Veal and Mutton  **w^������*^ ^  Pine Cigars and  " Cigarettes        ., /  ALWAYS ON HAND.  Pool Room, Billiards  ���������;y'i.'���������.',"��������� ''��������� "��������� and ���������,.  Barber Shop  ���������j'.*,.,.'.' baths"."  Both Hot and Cold  At theX *   ' /,'" '.'������������������������������������  TonsoM Phrtot, Fourth St  ^*iW*������MNA*A^^ t*V*AAAAi*AAiM*A'3  The Greston  Barber  ;���������':-!   .���������; - '. t    !'���������"'���������.. ,(��������� !������������������' ,*.,' (.-,*'.   n.- . ,-��������� ty "y    ;  PJWtWRTrORS  Fresh arid Smoked  ��������� Of MVKlnds  m*fi  PiBlieNS&|.  ':':;:'B.q;  .. ,y..-i.  .,.������������������ ������������������TV1;;  Limlti>d  CRESTON  ptarliel'd' (Io.'  Wholesale" ���������"   '  Provisions, " Prodnco,- Fruit  1       Cunorsl Commission MertolmiiU  nelison' ;J";:' -' .; 'b.c;  B'"''.''���������    ������������������'-������������������ y'v'.- ''������������������' ���������',':-.���������' '-" "**���������  *^%*VClA*S������^<**&%*>S*,^  'ffimmttfax:  '{!.li\Xw'-''<?hrmffP  ���������yxy.r.x\x.*xxiii!  ���������..i���������..liSV-'.'  V'.S..1  The Riverside Numries, ������*������������*  U tha H������AXMBBT NURSERY ������������ '���������H5J2^53E2SJJ?S^������T'-  Htonk iirrlvss in Vll'JSSII. IlttAtTHV CONDITIOH  IforWi-**, *w��������� write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Cmton, B. G.  On Sirdar Avenue  Bbastt^  >.v<.'  Ptumber  .'i l :yi.% 'lit:  '.   :���������...���������������������������..'..,.-si: h-.\.;-.y .      , ,immmmi.mmMtmi������:i������, <ni w<iiiiltiuiiii������iWM������^������w������l������*ai������ '.'   ' .''/'  iy  Stoves  Woston B*kedBe*tu>*no       *  Chicken Tie JBvcty Satardity, t  .������������������ii '������������������''���������������������������'ji-11- '���������"'���������-   *," " J  Mrs.JiA.MltchellrPrap|       " .**#.:  ]������'���������'  II  '$������������������  i  tpmm  . ������������,��������������������������������� 1.,'Mli ���������!���������<������  ;  Hoi, AmdndJh^  1.;: jTV *<*��������� ������������������ *#���������   ���������'**>-'���������' '���������'���������- '' i" 'i,''.'..'  Specialty.   -. ���������������������������  i     I     ��������� t   !,    <:       .....'        ' ������J'.     ....  ������T*������������������^yw������tWr^*W|^^U^  ~"~��������� ���������>-"*������--'���������  'VW* J- JinSKCS  MjlJ  tMtn<#������'tiyt������*)>'! > - .lit J  , - --'  t. V -  ������r������ ssatra   j**va ^fitter**"%m   a������<!ii������an>  * Jj  r.ruvaa  . the broken ground or houses or chimney  stacks of any of the large towns on-the'  way must smash uj> both machine and  man. Most previous flights^ have been  over open country, on sea, and the fnct  that the feat should be attempted at all,  proves the enormous advance made in  aeronautics iii the last three years.  White set off in the afternoon and got  9!J milen ou the way when he had to  come dowii through cold and exhaust!Jn.  having flown at the rate of 40 milfcs per  hour for over ">jwd hours. .Kc'started  again but had a heavy wind to face, aud  as the wind continued to increase, had  to come down until it abated. During  the isight the motor'of his machine was  found to be faulty and the time.limit  for-the flight having expired, White wae  compelled to give up. Buc the progress  he .had made convinced the world the  font could be accomplished, and Paul-  ham, a famous French flying man, came  PQst haste over from the Continent to  try'lor the big prise.  Panlbam left London tonight a 5 p.m.  with petrol enoagh on his machine to  last gOO miles, and Graham Whice, hastily completing the repairs to his machine,  retorned to London and within an hour  of'Paulham's start, he also was. m the  air on his second attempt. ,  Other flying men are also on the way  froni&the continent ahd all eager toy get  th^^ory and proflt'Vw  toy^ winner^  caii ybejnc>; ito^fc &at t^ joui^yVwUibe  VAperjSormed-inythe neaiV:future, .even'"yif  V.'--the^&eii."iu^wV;wo^  yctijastw  ,-AyTiie^;fl^^  practical acsompiished method of travel.  : At-presemt it is;ohIyVpp  the inaijiagementVof theBe new  bu"b*yast imprq^ments ������e bound; toybe  y eSeefciedin the lieo^future,v whiehy must  simplify the process of flight; ; It is only  flOyears sincer tlie AfirstVr^way'7engine  pul^dati^  A titoibeguuAby George :Stephehsori yhas  AV snread throughout the world and almost  ;��������� reaohed completion. ,The means of travel  AVal������wiiich legislators sneered and scoifed,  yandjwhieh the  public  were   afraid  to  XaVmi-themselves of. has become univer-  yA;sal>vAi;The Rocky mountains and tho Aa-  y' diss^the deserts of India and the forests  ^������$lrica- have been surmounted d>y the  ySH^onsisericsj railroad;   and now  we  yVyareloh the'evaof another revolution even  A- liiofetremendous in its possibilities.  y A:t|ifhe fact must be realized that a per-  Xy f^ct aeroplane \*>ouId have the world at*  ;.:���������:���������':.:-.-v.-W;.:. 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The Best Investments for small monthly savings. Liberal  terms to Agents. Write for full, particulars.  i^l^APe^Office, 705 Robson St.  lllSIllvI,,;,. .YANCOUVER,- b!c.     -  Sunday Schools Picnic  The Presbyterian ond Methodist Sunday Schools will hold a joiut picnic on  Saturdoy afternoon nest, June 11th.  The picnic will be held in the beautiful  grove on Geo. Huscroft's ranch and all  the children are requested to be at the  Presbyterian Church at 1 p.m on that  day when conveyances will bo furnished  to take them to the ground. Everybody  is extended a cordial invitation to attend  this picnic, aud those attending are requested to bring baskets.  Pun Gx/ef by Wagon  A few days ago a young man named  "W. Mitchell while driving down to Canyon City, was in some unaccountable  way jolted off the wagon and fell between the front wheels, the hind wheels  passing over him. Dr. Henderson, who  was called in to treat the case, decided  to send the injured man to the Nelson  hospital for treatment.   Yonng Mitchell  was about 20 years of age and had been j berries and raspberries  are noted- for.1 .  employed at the Canyon City sawmill, j,their sue and flavor. .      .'���������>*,  i  I r si  Just Delore going to press the' Review  has received wordthif the first shipment  of strawberries from tbe Oreston district  appears to be rightfully claimed by Paul  Hflgeu, who last Saturday, tbe 4tn inst,  shipped a crate of choice strawberries.  Mr. O. J. Wigen will start making shipments this week and thereafter will make  daily shipments. Mr. Wigen has a  specially fine crop  of raspberries this  seaaCu.       oluCc   juT.     vvig<:u   aviuuau   i>u  grow strawberries he has made a specialty  of experimenting in various kinds of  strawberries having experimented with  over 40 different varieties. Mr. "Wigen  can therefore rightfully be termed a  " Strawberry Specialist". If hehadnot  devoted the past few years to experimenting in this manner with many varieties he would now be growing a much  larger crop of berries tban at present.  However he will this season have over  four acres of berries.   Both his straw-  I  fifis***  esss s jai *ef  55  piSRBW  \imr mmu jams  By  Using  You will, knolto what  Means in PRESERVES.  e e sei^  rf  men ts,. forestall every secrety march and  rainvdow^';deathvM;:.:W0.*'AyA:' y-f';  Vy TOeyAperfect A ..machine:.''has./riot come  yfet'Vbutiman has: triumphed oyer land  Eindtwater and in the woriderf-al feats of  the iasit few days-we see the dawn of the  conquest of-th^  gantic mechanical appliances which the  experience of .the past-has. placedin their  hands',;, working as they are noW working, Vail oh. the same A-problem,- with a  skill;y-withVa past experience and With a  scientific knowledge never before .available.' The brains of the world will build  the practically perfect flying machine,  tod man will ride the air even' faster  and with greater safety than he now  rides ihe sea and the land.  to the boundary line.  In, reply I would say that last session  I made arrangements with Mr. -Taylor  for the bridge as soon as we could get  onr connections complete, but do not  think that this wi-'l be for some years  yet. This is a matter that will cost in  the vicinity of a hundred thousand*dolL������  ars, and I do not think that you yourselves would say that 'it was a business  proposition for the government to -ex-'  pend that.amount'foii the small number  of settlers who are 'W 'present on-the  south side of. the river.', -    "    .  Eegardin'g theroad,~ there is'a. considerable sum in the"estimates tbis year for  the improvement and extension of-roads  south and ^west of Oreston which wq  Yoa say it is a dream;  but eveu as I hope will enabl������ ,the settlers who liva  " KOOTEaNAY " Jams are  <a*������A ������v*������i  de Only by  Phe Kootenay Jam Co. Ltd.  NELSON, B.C.  write P-aulham and White are well on  the wav to Manchester. '  *-.t  ;v  e  'otv  hithiarto ionui|d 7a;7- nation'sAKstra  -������������������"���������������������������������������������%���������'���������'?.'��������� '���������������������������$%i^*i$.'���������?'.\��������� yyy;7'.: %'v!--'-'i'7%"'";:'?'y;";':-^:-'-';r-:'.  would be ;a sinlroe^eif-,w������aknefsV^vthe-AMg-:  get thevoity, the moro cpstiy the yships,  ���������'A y &.".' - ^A>A>;z. ��������� ������������������: - i*iiw?- .���������. %$ .:ypy.i :A$(4$i;&jfr������x.tf.������'  thegreaterthe dnnaagey-whiehTof siugh  " ,:iji:-"' '-nw.-is^ ������������������*--^^i"^-*:y.y^r^'-'i--%A-W';''?y;',f::-  a^plahe cotddAihflidfe;ry|Tiiei .basisA O  British" powers A th^fc^.^ij^ei^i^.y^yy.  whioh for 300 years'.,#n^ybfl^ri^jtengitfncl������'  ; ,,idl-in-all,?y is'threatened 'ttt;i^s::fi^eS'^E|b;  A i&rbwVvasfc 3tnipisses:Aof men into battle  :.'.���������.--������������������.!:'.��������� .y;-..i.i."i ���������-.'.,.',.r.-���������..'��������� ���������'  ..'���������!.V    ���������������������������  ������������������'������������������'i-'.. .    .-���������-  only* adds;tb; the daughter whichr wouldv  yy;;be|ij^ibti^ifVth'^  y':,vperJfeot'fly'ihg-magWn^  y;!of reabh could spyVdbwii' on their iViribve-  -|,.,. ...   ........ .  The following letters received byv Mr.  CbasA "Fans, relating to the bridge across  the Kootenay river, petitions for which  were recently circulated for, signatures,  has been handed to ttie Review for, pub-  k .i * >*   i  lig-ition..   ^he^e.,.^  ^A^iis^-^ii'VVi^.iw^^^^i^^l^eSitofthe  ���������WPriAyrs:  !I1-K������   4i;,IH  r   *  A   TT,  The ladies of Creston assemblsd en  masse last Wednesday afternoon at the  home of Mrs. B. 8. Bevan, tbe occasion  being a farewell tendered Mra. W. K.  Brown who is leaving shortly on u visit  to her old home in<the Southerh States.  Mrs. Darbyshire was the prime mover  in the affair but all the ladies set to with'  a right good will and made the afternoon  the success it waa. Besides tha hostess,  Mrs. Bevan. and the guest of honor,  Mrs Brown, tho invited guests were:���������  Mesdames, Watcher, Sherwood, Rose,  Spiker, Henderson, Hayman, Wilson,  Barton, J. Wilson, Lesrmouth Attwood,  Coulter, McKelvie, Byckman, Moore,  Darbyshire, Beid, Speers, McCreath, G.  A. M. Yoang. Dow, Arrowsmith; Mallandaine, Foster, ' Cameron, Broderick,  G. Huseroft, Hobden,' and the  Misses Johnson, Arrowsmith, Howarth,  and Danard.  Owing to a sudden storm which sprung  up during tho afternoon, a few did not  put in an appearance, butiilwhoattend-  ed had an enjoyable time, tne Afternoon  breaking up with the singing of "Auld  Lang Syne."  Npt cheap furniture, but bargains.���������  Apply J. B. Attwood.  ��������� CORBEOTIOHr  Bya typographic*! error the horse power at Goat Biver Canyon Falls, referred  to elsewheie in this issue is mentioned '  as 5,000 horse power;  it should have  been 500,000 horse power.  J. Attwood, station agent at Moyie, and-  father of A. B. Attwood paid Creston a ���������  wiait last Snn.da'0'.        ��������� s  * \  Juts as we ������re������'going to press the edit?'  or has been presented with a bos of  mammoth strawberries by W.l'K-Brown v  All of the berries in this box measured  frem four to five inches lnoircumfer--  ence.   They are the largest and most ^  delicious berries we have ever sees.    ''   '  GUY LOWENBERG  I^EAL ESTATE     INSURANCE  MINING   x-      i -  Office���������TELEPHONE'CBNTBAli BLOCK.  PHONE 1.  .Ucrpssy tlie:' ^ot^a^'tiriyer^^^sbcp: as  '" -yXI,'Sf?AVVxyXv-ivi.ii^'Vt C\''i������itntin>M.T&iHI  fit  ^A^bntlemenl^^eg^^^ J"6**  ceipt:of a copy of a petition tofhe ^on,  ���������tbe-Miriistelr nf Publiby Worksi aejeing  :,J^pt|na^y^i5&%^  thMi^b^o^di^te^  there to. cross* at' all.] times and in any  stage.of the waternv   / >      ������ t -  *r  Yours truly,  -       J. H. Schofield  Gouernment Agent's Office,  "     Nelson, B.C., June 4, 1910  Messrs. Chas. 3?aa8 and others,  Creston, B.C.  ' Gentlemen,���������I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of your- petition addressed to the Hon* Thos, Taylor, Minis-  Let* of Publio Winks, in reference to,a  bridge across the Kootenay river in the  vicinity of Oreston.  I bave the honor to be, Sir,  Your obedient servant,  W. $'. Teetzel,  Government Agent  ."'-'" Xr  *������������������  J;:  ?. .j "i  H.  YXa y-T  ;.';V:,--M-.y.'.������ t ���������  "i'\yj'*i?-f  iv*y ��������� x, xy-yXi^xX^XAxxAXr XA[ y,x ' yXXAA^^^f'0Xv'm^^.:xx  .. .      xy>yix^y������\y������:m:^  AXiYXy '-.���������iV'Tijii.-'.'i  ' ':i*!'':>i:-jii'.  {'S;; ''���������������������������'."���������' ,>���������.���������.'���������''��������� A'X)yvi!{y!^y>hy!i,q\AA'.tAxxyx, OF     A':?A'v>y^^  i 'i-rglW }AxmAAkktA^:������;;yAAXA HFa,    :&XX?^ti0*f^ ; ���������  ;  .i-  i'l*'-'".'  rV, 'i'..|.|.'-l,'/>.'-:  ,[' Xi i y'(. .yy.  .',^."7,,-'.,.A.,,.,,,',,,,  ���������r- :|-  ""i'Si  "J  $  rsil  X. Ayr yA  .'',������ *').>\r'tt%.iV,;i  ux  iy y-. '���������   ���������     Y ���������, y .''''...- ''���������' :"i'-   X ::',--''"'":Ul"''*;v7f''''-'ii!;;������������������'Ai *!'y '���������''���������XiX':" '' '��������� '',*"���������'- - - '. ������������������'^K,. "  Vt    i  :%"  Being over etoolwd in tho following gondii, will ������oll nt CbBt'fbr:iiexfc^ow  day������, and nave you oonBldei*fthio money to tmy noiv: '������������������.������������������.  I'.'-.j-liIiL!1.-'������������������    ' f) i V!' : '..^'V-i'ii;.!'  - ������������������  ::��������� '.''it'tii',^^''i'<- 'viJ' ;:-,������ti:-',������''"S   ���������('���������^L}-X'Y 'A  '[CupbMrdBVKltcheri'CablnctSi'yS^  Ai, Sjpr In^irciihdSv-Cr ^  "X       Birtiikets, PHlnrs, Carpest, Mattinig:, et-p;A> "A  '���������II;  nm  HUM  mtmmimmmt  m-Cffestdii Hardware and FurnStiire Co.  m������  H   J,i  mmm. y< ��������������� i  AvM A  : ���������'vtjy/x '  An Exciting Chase  i ]  The residents of Canyon Oity were  treated to a free show the other day  when  Harry  Bothwell and M. Beam f  tried to catoh thirteen pigs belonging to  M. MoLcod, the'ErioltBon postmaster  which tlioy wanted to pen up; ��������� The pigs  woighod all the way f roiii 40 to 400 lbs.  and the .chase,  wliich covered many  miles,; laBt'od for fully flye hours all  through the 'timber around Canyon City-  Finally 'the last pig was^ run to earth and  captured;   This yoxoitlug ohaso proved  that a man con by, Bhoor; endurance run  to earth animals of thin,kind.   V ,-  The Bicvraw has booh' informed - that  J. Spratt and R. Hood aro the namoB oi'  tho fruit growers* who have shipped tho  first Btrawbori'lok'from OroBdo'a this soa-  son, tho flhipmonthoiug mado on tho  71hinBt.-'-   - .' ''���������:���������:',��������������������������������������������������� - .���������.,���������'������������������.'. ���������  ���������;���������������������������,*.;���������.������;*-,"-.*/���������.::.��������� " - '.- yyAX:' ,y.y ......  .  .  j H. B, Warren^ of: Sfc- Pftnl,  Minn.  was among^^ tlio inany anlviftls in Ores  ton on Thursday, last,   Ho was acoom-  pnniod by Mrisi Warron dnd Mr������. Slater,  Mrs. Wnrrou'8 mother.   Thoy are tho  Knouts of>Mr. and Mrs,  J.  .T.  Grady.  Mr; and Mrs; vwarroa aro on thoir way  toPorfclandand. Beattlo,    Thia is tho  i     i       . ,'     ���������    1     '     '���������   ' * '        i' yV^'   *'*���������*���������.'���������������������������     .  first time that Mr. Warron has ovor vis-  ited tho Kootenay dlBtdot. Shortly aft*  or his arrival Aiu Crodtou Mr, Warron  yislted the J. J Grady sawwilll at Duck  prpdlc arid had thb Hrao of* iii* Hfo oatoh*  luf{ Lrook UouL In Duck Cxook, having  caught 04 boauttod in aroninrkably mhori  space bf time  Laths,  Shingles,  Brick,  Lime  Doors,  Windows, Moudingrs.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  CHAS. O. RODGERS  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<* ������������������������������������*4*> ������������������������������������������������������������������������  Notices of Application fer * Renewalu  ._, ;        of Liquor Licenses '  - i\  . Take Kotlco tbat I, A. isortb.o** Sixdwr, B.C"'  intend upplylng to tbe Superintendent ot  Provincial PoHoe at Vlotorla, at the exi>lr������-  tloo of one month from tbe date bsraor, fori  the renewal or the retail Jlquor, Uoense beta  OV JUlt? IXfX   I*j-l������"0 UA������iB������*������Mf ������������MvrrM   s������a    a������jc;    M������4������jtt3ta.  Hotel, Bltuated at SlrjUr^B.q.  ���������06tedat5irfi������r,iJ.O.,35ay6t*a,a������O. -  ,-, , , m.. HOfiTH  -^ . ^  r   '   ' *      ,'-    >     -'���������������     > ' .  " ^ake Notice that J.,J. 'SSArahs.lU of Rltcben-v  ent^'f^wi^Tal^llSaiVJetoriaTaVthewt-*  piration of one month from the dat^ hereor.*  tora renewal of ihe Retail ItaUor Ufioaes ufSu"  by mo for the premise* known aa tbe Marshal!  Hotel, situated at Kitchener, B.C.- < t> ~  *^Sated at Kltobener, JB.O-, May 6th, 1910. ^  ',.',. -   ���������     J. MARSaaXCU     -  Tdke Notice that I, W. Burton, of Greaton.'  B.C.. intend applying to. the superintendent  of Provincial Police at Victoria*, ior the renew  al of tbe retail liquor licence held by > me tor  the premlnev known an the .Barton Hotel, situated ot Creston, B.O. !���������.'',������������������   *  DaUd at Creston, B.C., May 8th, 1M0.  - *   WM. BUJRTON  ' ��������� ' A' > ���������" J' ..j. 11  Take Notice that we, J. B, Moran and *Qeo.  Kead.cf Crestou, 3.0��������� Intend aPI������ly Ws?o J������*  Buperlntendent of Provinoial Polloe at Victoria, at the expiration or one month from the  dato hereof, for the renewal ol the retail liquor  license held by os for the premises known as  the Creston BToter,'SUuetsa at Creston, B.Q, < >  Sated at oreston, B.C., May 6th, 1010., ,  J. B. MORAM y  -, .   ftKO. IIKAV  '   * -        .   '   '        .    . ', ^       111 r  Tslce Notice that 2, Sidney. ?oela,' .ef  tJrenton.B.C., Intend anplTlnc to the BupeHn*  tendent or Provincial rolioe at fVictoria, at  the expiration of one month from tho date  Oreston, B.O. ��������� ������  .������    ... ������������.������  Pated at Creston, B.C., May otb, 1010  i  <      HIDN������Y,POOIiB ,  It >vl s  How Gold Dredges  -,'1*1,1 111  stem  the Gold  The steep liilli and nigged nountalm of the Klondike region gfoe  riieto numberless imall strenmi, which' become from time to tune  witli the melting of the Bnowi���������tho, cloudburiU end heavy rsioi to  ���������!'. which the country i������eubject���������rngingtbrtenU, ^'���������y:..X'/''X;XAy  ;-;-TC the ejonoii of ttusto tu*bule������it  :   titreami bring down rocb, land'nnd grave! from tlie mountain depths  end faiinewea where man kii never yet penetrsteJ. 'f1  ^'"Jn a region where ledges of.'Gofd.waruig Quartx ate a prominent  yfeatureitttlie formation; it iinahiral thst.llieie lorceiol Nature should  tear away quantities of cxiicJedrogly ,r������ch: material.       A A". .  . ' iTlii< proccis lias been going on for ages.   Tlie hidden stowi bf  Gold; away in the: hills are inexhauitible. ?X  . ,TIi6..������iuh-of,the torrcntiii io impetuoui that even bout^en of  coniiderable aire era borne,in their couwe,and only when Nature  has inent henelf do they find * teitlngpla^e..      .  ; , The broad cweki���������the wider reache* of the rivoif���������bulet the  ; ,stras������iV;and, the, Gold, in the form of, hugijeti* nraini and ���������flakes;.  rapidly setlle*.   Gold iiverylienvv���������heavier ihart the tqck iuelf, end  once.it find* a retting place, tifti down through the light wrfsce mud  Md sand until, by force of Gravity, it reaches bedrock,   A  - y WheraJ the counea of idrejimi have been changed, tlie richeit Placer  ' f������fl,������,"e_fo'������nd in their old be<h. Put in,the larjje;, cwatttant thetutw,  tlieiflinch denotits eretbeyona the resell of merely human aij-enciei.  1 y y'It remains for the Gold Oredge-^following Ihe Iwavy nbggeto  { and particle* of Gold down through th������| overlying; *u*t������ in llie bar*  end benches of the-river, to recover iheie ttorc* of Gold from the  '-., tiesMirc-liouie of Nature. . ���������'    :V  Tlte lonnp arms of the Dredge, with their endle## chain* of bucket  scoop*, icarcli down, down���������throoflh ilxty feet of water, sand Mid  gravd, if need be-mnlil the Gold sediment, and 1'mntlv bhd rock iuelf,  often overlaid with an actual coverlet of now Gold���������the hosided  accumulation of ceaturiei**������*i* reached.  The Gold Dredge bring* up this walcr/al in wholmh qimtitiot  ���������trest* It with Kientific accuracy ta  #ave  the  fineit  parU'cle* of  value���������senarates the dro���������������and for the tint lime Isyi bare to Um hand  of man this Virgin Cold.  "-.; ��������� ,;Wlule perwnajly f������M������nl on iwr property, at Stewart River,  yYukeo Territory, Klondike, September lit, I mr ''-with ' m*/  own  *., A  W . *.  We conuol by direct tease from ihe Carsadian Gci������srai*������s������t, Qw  Hundred and Five (105) miles of Dredgable: Gravel oa the 9MWt  River, eighty miles from, Dawson City, in tfib Klosidfc, -'We Uv������  le*ted the gravel thoroughly with Drilli, ariJ the r������*������Jt������ aj������ hls*ahr  satUfjLCtoiy. As'������ mauer of fsct, the Mteof our holdingi wMrinegsisi,  ewHTbefowiheiGoU. Rush'' In 1898. to be 'rich in GoM���������* fa a  rnattsr of public record that the Gold i* there���������but to located as te be -  difficult lo obUb by any hand method. And Fifty dtedgwi eeald  not exhaiiit thi* area in a Hundrsd yean.       ','���������'. '���������������������������:, '^'A^i-Xyx-'  With, n ptopositioa w rich, the payr*?e^ ������rf. diyide������������r,a������va tho  continued ���������iwrKoldevelopinent can eawly go hand in land. ".,   _  To hurry thi* work of development now, we alto mstk������tia*f Trtaa'  ury Stock in our Company. Three thousand itockholdm, wany af  them welWcnown in^the Canadian country, are already on our boika.  This necessity for Capiul���������a Dredge 'wUAupw������������cuj cl $106,00*  ���������fumiihe* your opportunity toputicipatqiia a wioderfully rich <tMrMi*4,  Our Company i������ formed of the nick of broid-mind������jdbo������iaatt ���������  natliered from thn gold-iavlng tabic* of our Dutdge, moulded into  bullion���������n solid Urol CnkL  With such Muulli in if^ht mm ami fonding ������v*ry ttfnti to mt t������*������nty  of tltus mammoth Drndgai at woik oo our proporty, This summer,  our second dredge went on���������larger and ttrangtr than dm fir*t���������aud is  already at work.,  y  ���������Governor Ogilvje, of the Yukoo Territory���������known and r������*|>eatja4 by  the whole Canadian country, at it* head. It Is economically mae������f������t,  witli no islaried official*, no Bond*, nnd no Preferred Sto������J������.  But thft whole itory fs told in our illiWrsted Prospteton,A" Tht  Cmipon Will bring it to you.   Tlie supply isliVtfad.   Fill ent ��������� "  mail UidCoupontidny.,i . .yYiysA'-AX'Vy^yy' ���������'X'X- >.',-���������  y.1;  GatdDrodgos ar������ maliinalmllUon^ y.XyYY  Y<tliotiv Bttila^pbli'*toreAgtnz Cq*   ���������.  .'���������-''X^x[iyX:\'    ::':"'-    ������������������yAUd.A-::,'yy^i  ������������������������������������- ;,.*', -  paid, your tarjf* ��������� \  640 Smmtut Bulldinjc   ySW^^SS9^^  "a.    ,; -*T*      ' -..".    tors, b? tvtum mil,, v/r k\a,  G*1k*dtL wt&ntfa(Ki1hatJtourM0bliiatiMX  .,.*���������'    wkauvsri* mktoffflirwquitt.    . V������  ,,-���������"    'Name ...  AuufVSS ,...,...m.'......U.^.������*.,*..**  ..;,., ik^... ,...*.���������*,,.*.���������......**������"*.������**������.������>.*������**.,.  " ' "   ;.������>  rt|)>������.������������������i>H>������.������������������>)������������l-'������*'l������l'H'������������l''U"W*'������������<  /   'wi,   I    it   ' -  Ufni.ju*fwrffftfi-*a 1" "iii������������������'���������"W��������������������������� ���������"* "**���������" *���������"���������'���������' ���������*"���������  *-i. '  i; ',"''' -.<', r* V* *  ''~AX.'y.yj T   >���������>���������-  '^' '-o'-" ' ,i-  V - "'."--i h 1Ty *.*  * ,'- 'i in:  *w I    ,.-   ,)��������������� ,. I.,.,,   r.  <:J-"-'"^i  THE   C&ESTQN.   B.O.   REVIEW.  lyy ���������-.  ���������flj'.'y;  0Ay-  VpXA  Aft'sAX'  ���������1:;.,,.,.. ���������  r',;i !':.'<:  iffi'! ���������  ' GLACE EAY  PILES CUBED AT HOME BY  [1  FLAG   POLE    165   FEET  nil  Oup  c������e*s*������s������������������ee������������������e������������������������������o������������e������  (S. I. C. in Canadian Courier.)  Glace Bay, whioh, jointly with its  fourteen mile distant neighbor, Sydney,  has been so much before the public eye  within the last few months, is, above  everything else, undoubtedly a region of  coal. Very many years ago the French,  who were among the earliest settlers in  Cape Breton, realised that rich coal  mines abounded on the island, and as  early as 1718 we read that the fuel used  in Louisburg was brought chiefly from  Irforienne, now known as Cow Hay.  (What a pity that all over Canada, so  many of the original expressive and often euphonious French or Indian names  have been or are being Anglicised into  harsh and commonplace titles I) The  name Glace Bay (Bay of Ice) is also an  Inheritance from the French settlers, lt  is now, however, more generally pronounced so as to rhyme with "race."  For about seventy years, from 1758  on, the mines were* worked in a fitful  and unsatisfactory manner, but not until 1885 was any really activ3 interest  taken in the operations. In that year,  Mr. S. P. Archibald and others developed the Harbor Pit, as it was then called.  But it was in 1883 that the Dominion  Coal Company took hold and that date  In still known as "the year of the boom."  Up till then, the population consisted  ehiefly of Scotch and Irish, the descendants of those families who had enrigrat-  Si here about 1S20. Hardy, thrifty and  ���������frugal, these worthy people managed to  snake a comfortable living by fishing  ������nd farming, little dreaming of the vast  undeveloped wealth around and underneath them. But with the boom the development of the vast coal areas began  en a large scale, and to-day. Glace Bay  and the neighboring towns of Dominion,  New Aberdeen, Bridgeport, Caledonia,  Reserve, lingan and Water!ord all testify to the success which has resulted  from the mining operations carried on  "by the Dominion Coal Company. The  population haa grown from a few thousands tc between eighteen and twenty  thousand and the nationalities represented are numerous and diverse.  Aa many aa eight thousand miners  havo been in the employ of the Dominion Coal Company at one time, and no  leas than twelve collieries have been  opened and worked. Of these, No. 2 in  the oldest and largest, indeed th$s mine  is one of the largest in tho world, and  surely it may also be termed one of $h*  most famous, joj ������u jt Iks the Phsiz^  seam, rendered notorious by the great  Steel and Coal dispute, so recently settled by the decision handed down by the  Privy Council.  Glace Bay has good electric light, an  excellent sewerage and water system,  the main streets are paved with bithu-  iithie and thero in an hourly service to  DJ um3 j .  The town itself has little to recommend it from the standpoint of natural  "beauty, chiefly owing to the absence of  trees, bui t������e climate is Yi*p?os������ and  bracing, and there is good bathing at  Lingan Bench, and a view of the board  Atlantic both pleasing and picturesque.  And if the immediate surroundings of  this great coai centre are not especially  beautiful, there is, at Mira, a few miles  distant by rail, one of the most lovely  and delightful summer resorts in the  whole island of Cape Breton. There, one  can have fishing, shooting, boating and  bathing, and board at a reasonable fig-  '   ure.  Minard's  Liniment for    sale    everywhere.  ��������� 1.111.. ��������������� ������ ������ ���������    . ���������  TWO BJDQRETS.  life is vseA if not altogether earnest  among people of a type recently mentioned.  "I srSpoee John is stM talcing life easy,"  said vm woman in the ���������prfog wagon on  thn road to Ales������o4na.  . "Yes," answered tlie woman who was  carrying an anuful of wood. "John has  only two regret* in Hfe. One in that ho  linn to wake up to eat, and the other  that he has to quit eating to steep."  <i*  Your TUtneBlnt XVHI Telt Yen  Murine ICy��������� Remedy Relieves Bore_B3yes,  Strengthens Weak Eyea Doesn't Smart,  Soothes Bye Pain, and Sella for 60c. Try  Murine In Your Eyes and In Baby'a  Byes for scaly Sly elide and Granulation.  o������������  BOUND TO PIND OUT.  (Boston Transcript.)  ' "A man camo to ray store the other  day," said the oubiii'.st, "aad handed me  ���������even prescriptions to put up. "These,  I see, are all for the cure of a cold," 1  remarked to him casually. 'Yes/ re returned, 'wud of theb cured by code last  widter, but I*b haged if I ond rehebcr  which wud.'*'  e������������      ���������    -  DUE TO SCOKE NEXT TIME.  "You refuse me, do you, proud girlt"  he howled. "Well, you're not doing anything original! This Is the third time  I've been turned down!"  "So I'm the third sneker, am IT" merrily responded the girl, thrusting her  tongue in her ch������*k In a well meant but  only partially successful effort to look  like Mr. SUlnfeldt.   WOMAN'S MOVEMENT.  There Is hardly a feature of daily life  that has not been blessed by it, for it  (a nlmost needless to say that whatever  ���������node women more quick of brain, more  deft of hand, more, pure and kind of  heart, has tended to amoliorato tbo conditions of society, to make the lot of  ���������women more desirable and to render  ���������ten at onoe happier and better.  If you suffer from bleeding, itching,  Mind or protruding Piles, send mo your  address, and I will tell you how to cure  yourself at home by the new absorption  treatment; and will also send some of  this home treatment free for trial, with  references from your own locality if  requested. Immediate relief and permanent cure a-BSured. Send no moneyf  but tell others of this offer. Write today to Mrs. M. Summers, Box P. 8,  Windsor, Ont.  JUSTICE AND LUCRE.  Judge Giles Baker, of a Pennsylvania  county, was likewise cashier at his home  bank, says Browning's Magazine. A man  presented a cheque oiie day for payment.  He was a stranger. Hia evidence of  identification, was not satisfactory to  the cashier.  "Why, Judge," said tlie man, "I've  kiwwn you to sentence men to be hanged <yn no better evidence than this."  "Very Kkely," replied tho judge, "but  whan it oomes to letting go ox coJd casS  we have to be mighty careful."   ������������������������������������������   .    - __  minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  ��������� ������������ ������������������  Hats for  Horse;.  -Experiments made by Baroc Henri  d'Ancbald, a French scientist, have resulted in proving that the well meant  practice ol affixing straw hats to tho  heads of horses, for the purpose of protecting them from the sun's heat not  ozdy fails to accomplish it* purpose, hut  actually aggravates the suffering of the  animal*.  The experiments were made when the  temperature of the atmosphere was 79  degrees in the shade. Bareho&dod houses  standing in the sun were found to have  a temperature of 80 under their forelocks. When straw hats were put on  thesa, thoir temperature under the forelocks rose to 103. A horse moving in  the eun had a temperature of 83. Under  a straw hat the temperature rose to 91,  and under cloth to ICO.  The ������spraujt&tics is ths* the covering  prevent������ the fr** movement of air and  ss?y*s tc accumulate heat. The head  covering for horses should be discarded,  therefore, aad relief should he given by  frequent sponging of the head. Incidentally, the result of these experiments  teaches, logically, that human beings,  too, would be better off hatlees on hot  days.���������Aibany Journal.  Defender     Constitution's     Steel  Mast Erected, in Battery Park.  When Hans Frederick Jorgensen, the  rigger of the park department for the  last twenty-four years, learned that the  steel mast of the cup defender Constitution could be purchased for $800 he went  to Park Commissioner Henry Smith and  obtained hia consent to buy it and erect  it as a flag pole in Battery Park in place  of the old liberty pole.  It was something of a job to get the  Sole into position. It was set on a steel  ase imbedded in concrete. On top of  the pole is a weather vane and ������r>!ded  ball.  The pole is the highest in the United'  States, if not in the world. The length of  the main pole is 109 f������et, diameter at  the foot 22 1-3 inches and at the top  14 1-2 inches. The topmast is 56 feet in  length, diameter at foot 12 inches and  at top 31-2 inches. This makes the entire height of the pole 165 feet and the  estimated weight in 5,800 pounds, lt is  made of steel.  The flag flown from the pole in ordinary weather is 40 by 60 feet, each stripe  being a yard wide. The flag can bo seen  from the Narrows, as well as from places  along the Jersev and the Brooklyn  shore. On squally days a much smaller  flag is run up.  Ihe park department is considering  the question of whether or not to ereofc  a urosstree at the junction of ths main,  pole and the topmast  Gives Clearness T������ Skin  Feeds and Purifies Blood  and Thereby Keeps You  in Good Health.  I ������  ������  qtdckly atop* ocagbs. cares colds, heala  lbs ttbnsart e>xA ' - - - "  SA oamta.  SGEE&S CF PICKPOCKETS.  Of all the unique schemes ever evolved by pickpockets, one that was exposed  hi She middle west a  couple cf yeass  ago eassiy carries oii the honors,   A certain street carnival company had been  playing the medium-sized towns and so  that big crowds were aluraetsu.   Invar-  good were their free outdoor attractions  iabiy during the opgaaizatjoa's stay in  any tows the police were deluged with  complaints fmen person* who had been  robbed.   But so arrests Were znftde, although, aa ia always the case, the word  was pawed on to the police of the next  town.    Finally,  an   unusunJly    astute  e���������������-.rth saw a sar. coasseted with the  show picking pockete, but was cunning  uuvugh cot tc assksV aa arrest at the  thne.   The man was shadowed, however,  until ho led the police to a rendezvous  of a round dozen of other showmen who  wore surprised while ��������� sharing up about  a buahel of watches, jewelry and other  loot   Ono of the dipe weakened under  the "third degree" at police headquarters, and the truth was out.   The star  attraction with the carnival   company  wns a high-diver who plunged from n  lofty trestle iato"a, small tank of water.  It was during his act that the dipping  woe done.    It developed that the high-  diver was actual chief of the pickpockets.    Instead of receiving a salary for  his hazardous work,'he turned over to  the management bf the company a share  of the spoils under tbe arrangement that  the latter were not to molest the pink-  pockets  at work.   Several of the dips  were oonvfeted, but it vm impossible to  got sufficient evidence ugainst the show  maoaaern.���������From "The Science of    the  uVPT&t    nmtli   *aroi>ir������5  May be Obtained in One Night.  For preserving the hands as well as  for preventing* redness, roughness, and  chapping and imparting that velvafey  softness much desired bv women, Cuticura Soap, assisted by"Cuticura Oiat-  oent, is believed to be superior to all  other skin soaps. For those who work in  corrosiv? liquids, or at occupations which  tend to injure the ha^ds, it Is invaluable.  One night treatment���������Bathe and soak  the hands.on retiring in a strong, hot,  creamy lather of Cuticura Soap. Dry  and anoint freely with Cuticura Ointment. Wear during the night old loose  g&oves to protect the clothing from  stain. For red, rough, and ohn-ppod  hsnds, dry, figured, itching, feverish  palms, and shapeless nails with painful  finger e&Csj this treatpien'/ ������ moat effective.  <e ������ ������     ' - - ���������  Jolts  for   Mr.   Groytop.  "Worse and worse," said Mr. Gr&ytop.  "I feel young, and I fancy I look young;  but other people don't seem to agree  trith. 229 on the looks.  "Drivers hold up for me in the .street  and Bay, 'Go ahead, old man;' ^oungsaen  get .up' to give me their seat in a car;  children I meet in the-street greet me  sometimes smilingly as 'Grandpa;'  various people seem to see about me  signs of age; but the worst has happened  lately.  Twice within the past week when  I havo started to ������tep down from the  step of a street car solicitous conductors  havo put out their hand and clutched  me till the car had come to a full stop.  "Can it be that I sia rcslly gettuw*  old?"  Moet woanon and some men try to  remove yellowishness od skin, blotches,  dark lines under tho eyes by coame-  tiques. Such means are as useless as disappointing. When the skin locks ������learners, particularly whon th������ body is emaciated, it is simply the slain upon the  akin of impurities in ihe bowola that arc  carried about hy th������ blood, giugguih  activity 5b certainly tho cause of bad  oampleecion oven if regularity should  L*e prsbt-y fair,  Better than any oosmetique, because  they romove the cause of skin discoloration, Dr. Hamilton's Pills ensure inward cleansing and activity. In addition to their laxative action they are a  true tonio to all tho eliminating organs,  liver, kidueye, bowels, and glands. Dr.  Hamilton's Fills remove tho causes of  all b^ood troubles that manifest thean-  Bolves outwardly, and thoy fortify *nd  strengith������n the organs and thereby pro-  vont a rofcuin of uiscww conditions."  On������ box of Dr. Hamilton's Pills  proves their moiit, eivon one dose shows  how diftforont they aro from other pills.  25o per hoc*, at all dealers, or Th������ Oa-  tnrrhotono   Oo.,   Kingston,   Canada.  SUBSTITUTION,  ''Good morning, madam!" voiced the  cheery salesman.  "Good morning!" echoed the quiet-  looking matron, "have you something  very choice in Irish lace!'  "Well���������er���������no; but here's something  just as good as seventy-five cents a  yard."  "Just as good?" donhtingly.  "Yes, yes; ia fact, confidentially,  superior to the real article. How much  do you wish,  please t"           "Just a yard," Bweetiy. "Here's your  money."  "But, madam!"���������in conf union, "you've  made a mistake���������this isn't money."  "No?" agreeably.  "Why, no; it's a matinee ticket."  "So it is!" sweetly. "But it represents Beventy-flve cents, and, while it  isn't actual money, it's just aa good.  A<|ios.M  The stok fainted,���������Frojn th������ July  Bohemian.  BICYCLES FOE.LAND OE SEA,  The amphibicycle is equally at home in  water and an land. It is the invention  of  a Frenchman  of Lyons, and has  a  pair of cylindrical floats, a propeller and  a rudder. On leaving the water the  cylinders and nautical gear are lifted up  bo as to allow the wheel to run on the  ground. The cyclist can then pedal his  machine in the usual way. As the cylinders can be made of thin Bheet metal,  they need not be heavy. In the water  the machine makes five or six mines an  hour.  ,The floats, which end in a conical  point, are attached to the bicycle frame  by jointed supports so that they e&ii bs  raised and lowered as desired, and can  be fastened in place when the cycle is on  the read. For operating a propeller a  rubber covered friction wheel is employed, which is behind the tire of the  rear cycle wheel, the small wheel's  motion being transmitted by a beveU  gearing to the propeller shaft. By using  the proper combination of gearing the  propeller can be reversed.  A small rudder is mounted at the  front and is controlled by a rod passing  from the front cycle fork into the water.  The two cylinders are braced across by  a rod in the rear of the machine. Tho  amphibicycle as constructed at present  weighs about 270 pounds and is about  eight feet long and three feet six inches  wide. The cylinders are abont one foot  in diameter.  Sentl Jot ires sample to 2>ept. H. I������-������ Ne^  ttcaal Drug & Chssriaa! Co., Toronto.  ISSUE  m ie, i9i������  Dr. MarteFs Female Pills  SEVENTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD  Prescribed and recommended for-wo*  men's ailments, a, scientifically prs>  pared remedy of proven worth. ' The  result from ineir use is quick end p*f������  manant.   For salo at all drug stores.  Try ������hfs  NEW  ���������and  SURE  mW TO MAkT S&HY R1FFP  The baby that cries half the night does  not ory for nothing. It cries because it  is not well, and has no other means of  aaying so. The chances are the trouble  is due to some upsetting of the 3tomach  o? bowels, which would be speedily removed if the child were given a dose of  Baby's Own Tablets. These Tablets  make children sleep soundly-and naturally because they remove the causo of  the crossness and wakefulness. They  are a blessing to children and a relfof  to worried mothers. Mrs. Joan Sickles,  Douglastown, N. B., says-. "If anything  ails my little ones the first thing I give  them is a dose of Baby's Own Tablets  and they are soon well again." Sold hy  medicine dealers or by mail at 25 centa  a box *rom The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Oo., Brockviiie, Ont.  Decline of Ancient English Fair.  0. SHELDON  Investment  Broker  A specialty made of investments  In Standard Railroad and Industrial Stocks.  Call or write for full martlculars  regarding plan of investment.  Room 101, ISO St. lames St.,  5iontre~"  DIFFERENCE IN \THEM.  The head of a big firm of contractors  was walking around the  premises and  stopped to converse with old George, a  stableman. * \      ^i  "Well, George, how goes it?" he said.  "Fair to middlin', sir," George answered. "Fair to middlin'." And he  continued to rub down a bay hoss, while  the other looked on in silence. "Me  and this 'ere hoss," George said, suddenly, "has worked for you sixteen year."  "Well, well," said the boss, thinking a  little guiltily of George's very low-  wage. "And I supDose you are pretty  highly valued, George, eh?"  "E'm!" said George. "Both of us was  took ill -last week, and they' got a doctor  for the hoss, but they just docked my  P������yS"  After being held annually for      800 | Qr#atw Freedom'fof frees in Me***:  yoare Stow Green pleasure fur has prao-  f>������i0:'-Ol  0NEpygt0RALLIKIHPS QpGOQpa-  I    Yon dent have to "know what yonr Goods  II are made ot   SAIaS Dye toe Awt ��������� Nc  chance of mistakes.  Aii enters secants &sa,  vesr Dns^siatcr Dealer.   Sample Card andf  Booklet Free.    The Johnson-RtotMrcteon j  jJC Limited.   PlSP^ilMlJ^iM^iMlAwMMnmif  ticaily ceased to exist.  Established by charter of Henry HI.,  it ranked as one of the largest fairs in  ���������England for merchandise wiu !&������&&������  three weeks. All the large travelling-  shows ��������� in the country used to attencf,  and they covered nearly four sores of  ground. The fair is now limited to two  days, and when it oommenoed yesterday it only consisted of a few catchpenny devices.  This yoar the magistrates curtailed  the hours for drinking, and it is es-  peoted the fair will soon collapse altogether.���������"From the London Standard.  ' The Chamber of Deputies will discuss  the proposed new press law, or the  Batalla bill, as it is known, during its  nraftent oeriod of sessions, according to  Congressman Diodoro Batalia.  For some time several members of the  chamber have been considering the advisability of introducing radical reforms  In the present law on publications with  the view of enlarging the liberties of  journalists and publishers in expressing  thoughts and opinions, the present law  being considered as too strict. Congressman Batalla feels confident that it-  will be passed.���������Mexican Herald.  Dip," In the July Bohemian.  To whom it may concern, this is to  oertify that I havo used     MINARD'S  Const! patSon ���������  is an enemy  within  the  camp.    It  will undermine the strongeat constitution and ruin the most vigorous  health.    It leads to indigestion, Dil-  iousnesg, impure blood, bad complex-  A ion,; sick headaches, and io one  ofy  A the most yfroquent causes ofVappen-V  ;   dicitis.    To V neglect V it is y slow suicide.   Dr.:Morse's.Indian Root Pills  positively cure Constipation.    They  are  entirely  vegetable  In . composition and do i\pt sicken, weaken . or  gripe. Preserve your health by taking  ���������..������������������A./Or. A 6VB<o������ra*������������*a������   -  Irscflliat-k   Root   |Siii������   ���������  11������ " y    ������������������������,  Round the Arc Light.  The moonlit sea roared, hut louder  was the clatter of the myriad beetles  about the arc-light on the broodwslk.  "Amasing things, beetles," the naturalist said. "There's a bombardier beetle,  you know, that carries a gun qt eighteen charges. Eighteen times, if pursued,  thin beetle can shoot; under cover of  the nodse and smoke he escapes.  "There's a diving beetle that catches  fish. He has a natural diving auit that  enables him to breatho under water.  Ho will plungo down fifteen or twenty  feet of tor a minnow or young ehnd.  "The sexton beetle spends its life  burying &osvd aniroiftl".' It lays twenty  eggs in each enroaaa, and thus tho young  on hatching, hnvo an abundance of iuioy  and high meat to feed on. Sorton boot-  oeruiy that I aav w��������� ���������.  LINIMENT mynetf as well as wcwwib- j ������*~ working together, have been known  ed i* in my practice whore a liniment J ^ ^ur- a t������bbit.  was required and have never failed to       "rruZ,  .lrnnV  Preventive  Dentistry.  Preventive medicine has a great field  &% job scarcely exploited in the study ot  diseases of the teeth, the accompaniment  if not the cause of so many other diseases  of the digestive apparatus,  and  hence a main source of ill-health.  American dentists have attained extraordinary, skill.    In the repair of decay and  ���������the V correctibn oi .defbrsnitiesy and deficiencies, they perform triilyV!.ywohderful  feats.   No class of scientific practitioners has done more than they for the alleviation of pain ond discomfort.   If the  American teeth are not well cared for  it is by no Bhortcdmibgs;bf;the dentists.  But thot original   tendency, to y; decay  which appears to  belong to  American  teeth in general, and ��������� vrhich * has iniade the  dentist a necessary reliance from youth  to  oge,, has ���������evidently a deeper source  than his instruments can reach;  A The child of well-to-do parents' is expected to begin his visits to the dentist  it leant as soon as his first permanent  teeth, appear, and to continue them at  shortening intervals throughout his life.  But this early decay   is not an accom*  paniment of luxury.   It Is found, in the  public schools, that the samo tendency  shows itselt in tho children of the poor,  who have, not the advantage of early  attention.   And those who are seriously,  concerned with the problem of bringing J  up largo numbers of children healthily j  are convinced that the dentist would often be of more service, than the nohobl-  mastar.   Yofc tho dentist can only repair or check tlio decay he wan powerless  tojprevenfc. -.,:���������.:' V ���������:  The problem is not one for tho sur-;.  required  get the desired effect.  C A. KING, M. D.  mmm.  r-mii;^^''  Sem* Camping Hints.  When selecting a spot in which to  pitch your tents ������eo thnt It is well  drained and level,  A brown waterproof cloth spread over  tbe floor will mako the quarters moro  comfortable.  Old campuru also use folding beds,  folding chairs ������nd cooking utensils  which will go iiwido of ������*och other,  The ehenpeat and best stove is the  kerosene burner,  Kerosene can lie found any place, and  is a clrnn, inexpensive substitute for  wood.  Yor cool day* and nights a srunlll  round ntove or tent boater will add  materially to tlio comfort of tho camp.  TIih ftuburban camper tnknn enre to  pitch nenr some farmhouse, from whluh  lm can, buy fmli vegetables.  A tffnt m������vcn by nine f������it will aeoam*  jnodnii' two pflopln If cots are used for  sleeping.  Ahiyrmrnvvm tcnor.  (Tlt-iUtH.)  "For tny purl, 1 don't si*������ any more  lin cm tn a #1111111 of 'nu'dH Minn in a game  nf uhf������rt."  "But  ronuMtr  lh^ nHMirlflllrmn."  "What nasoHatliiits?"  "Why,   nl   clift**   yen   -liny   with   two i  The skunk beetle in 00 called not  without reason. Dare to come too near,  him in a garden, and rising on his hind,  legs, he will wage hlo antennas furiously ond discharge the vilest odor ot you.  The common kitchen roach has thin.  Hkunkliko gift, also. Honoo I don't advise you to make a pet of him."  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  The   Power   of   Oratory.  Oan ono imagine o, moro thrilling  and exhilarating plooauro than that  -oi*  MAGIC  ������Nui  POWDER!  INSURES PUHE  FOOD.  EiW. GILLETT CO. LTD. TORONTO, OW.  HAN DSOME WATCH FREE.  f;eoh, but for the physician and the  ologist. They are not blind to it, but  with all our acientlflo wisdom there ie  littlo sign of progress in this direction,  Tlio. average American's teeth are Infinitely bettor cared for and better preserved than a generation ago, but only  through operotTvo skill, nofc���������fls far ������w  appears���������by any such general Improve*  went In tho healthy nutrition of the  teeth as would make their preservation  a normal process rather than a surgical  exploit.���������Philadelphia Ledger,  '������������������:���������     ...;,        ��������� ���������* .',",", V������'t������,'���������������������������������������������," ���������".     'A AV.y'  ���������! .'.'.',' -Rules '-for a Long: L.tf6.'���������'���������/;  i A Paris contempromry has been In-  ^strueting its readers how to live to ������,  A;Gents������ or ladles' Solid Gold Watch oost  to *������00. Donot throw your money awoy. If vou <  $0 aeoiiro s> Watch,wto}M toAkeqp time and last w������  um to any Bona Gow watch send 1  bb Immediately ana.aaree  esirc  l.wlr  eTi  atorln's Famous Vegetable Fins r>  ---        "���������t remedy on earth re  m  i-.ywesj  iis^/1  n send us your name and  to sell. 10 boxes only of  bid Pills at 260. a box.  h  I 'I  <1  i  3=*L   1  for the core of  wy ate the areatest remidy on ear  o/and ImpuSe^Mood, indleestlo  troubles, llyer. blaaaer  mala y weaknesses t the  ^ndyjnvlKorator.a Grdn_ _,���������,  ���������the PI Is v/e.send JO article* ot Jewel  ses.sndaii.]  wssm  e Wood, IrtdlRestion, boad^ches, consU-  nndJhvlt^rfttor.aGrAndTdntb.nhd  '" s v/e.send jo artij  stlon, nervous troubles, llyef. bladder and kidney dis-    ndftU. female yweaknessesi they are; the -Great  Grnnd. Tonle.and. Life  s-thls makes them easy to  llfetMe.yppnotmisfllt.  Snoe 01 a lifetime, do not misa it. Bend us  wowlll send you tlie 10 boxea. post,paid.  Wiiet) you iiMo ������di thesi sena us the monoy (*xoo) um  i^ewweend you ,; ; :; .     Yy:-y:X  AGENTS or LADIES WATCH  the samtt day the money In reoelved.  HlvUiK.-yie.ifelieautlfulWi  rtunlty to seour.  BDcnd neent, '-.J  as premiums. Bend  our nemedles. ,y This is a sti  vaiusMo Watch wlUiqutTii  atohes to advertise  tunl  ���������pen .......  fand not tne chea  .'���������;������������������ *1  ���������'.-���������f..i  I  and opportunity to swmre  iportunlty to seour* % 1  .1  to npena t> cenfe .And I   $'  THE DR. MATUWIN MEDICINE CO.    Wntoh Dept 30   Toronto, Ont |  oi" awayinir witii bno'������ words  a Ik- i good age, drawing Its ebneluilone from  ��������� '    ' *og  0*   the llvei and writing .of di������tingulshe<l  toning host of pooplo, worming ���������  cooling their pajBeionn, bonding thoir  thoughts and wills in tlio direction  of ono's own thoughtn' and will, ovon,  an Bryan did at tho Chicago convention in 1896 P Thin powor has wrought  mightily for both good and evil, and  it Ib astoniuhlng that nowadays bo  few spoakors Bhould train them solves  to wield no skilfully nueh an effective  wonpon. Kvory lawyer, ovory preach-  or, ovory politician, ovory man, .in  fact, who lino oocooion to nddresB aud.  ioncofl, ought to etudy tho technique ot  oratory no that ho oan at will, within  hie own ephcro and limitations, interest and porcuado hia hearers,*���������  Sorlbnor'o Magazine.  w������ **������*���������<��������������������������� 11^*1 0igitm���������*m*mmmm  Mlnnrd'a Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  ���������"��������� - ���������������'������ ������ ���������" ���������  A WlNlfi MAN.  . (Life.)  Howl Clerk- Just nign your name  please. The other guests would like to  r������*n*iater.  "Dftr.'t try ^ lmrry mi*, ynunr mnn.  f don't vrv^r >������hf������i n'othli)' ihiit I uin't.  ������������������cud C'i:*;.f!*:,'..'  mnn.    - .      .,���������;-.  Michnol Eugene Ohevroul, the celebrated French chemist, who lived . 103  years, was always frugal in regard to  his diet, and considered a happy disposition to be an important factor contributing to his long life.  Victor Hugo had a tablet on the wall  of hl������ house with the following 1 "Rising  at 0, dining at 10, supping at 0, retiring  at 10 make the Ufa of roan ten times  ten." Tho secret of Moltke's health lay  In hie great moderation In all things.  Sir Beniamtn WaTd Utohardson declared thai those who wished to resell  a century rauet neither smoke nor drink.  They should eat sparingly of meat*  work m little aa possible hy artificial  light, troublo themselves, little about  ���������mftVJnn* a fortune, and never allow ambition to rule their lives.���������London Globe,  On the princtnin ihta he who gire*  Julekly gives twine hu who gives slowly  Oasn't have to give at nil. ;l  Only the thin Mrifiwd  tnJce eonKO^n* I  1ir,������,  ,n*oni   III,"   (,(,.���������(   li,,,,'.  Iii'.iiUty   U CZlf '  31  MBI  |lver^6i3y Who 'A^Rilf  ^A,-,;,y. ���������.;).'���������/���������    ��������� ,    *'. . .*.���������.- ._.���������������; AA.y:x):>, .'X,yxX':')yy'AXAAA:XY  Should avoid 6a..j,9r of Impurlt: ������ In M\yrv'yU^')^������^*n''ii.  ; the home.   Insist on your baker wrapping h1������; brand  In  ���������BODY'S ;BREAiylp|pRS  We are the original ;''w������niifa^  used by  leading baker* of 6tta-Wa,VMb*itrea^,Toronto and other  - sitlMi .���������*.. -,������������������.'.���������:���������..���������'���������',.' 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Vv-AA^i^^V-y'eSjAif-ybuVwnntAoneA^VAAAAy AV;Ayy-;  VHv^-De^ryMiss^^  :"Ay':;crerim '/net W^tsA be A Sy^'n-'-thisVAsumirier,?;  XX if ^b,V willVblack velvet and; black plunies  y Ab^llAHghtytb trimit?   H2)yWilly-White  A V-Vshirt waist Uuits be%orn.this ^tr.%, (3)|  y-VlMease suggest aV shirt waist xo|\Y^������-Wi$hj  AyyA'dAVblackV' skirt.- VA^'AAAy-'VAyAy-.. Header, yi  ^Ay^^l^  X.VAYoiirAblack: plumes vyill .trim"one nicely,:  AVAyAiiudou't yi* wyy elyet,; but; so f tj-. lilaekysfitiriy  yyi-ibbonv-yAAy'^V'^Ay-^  AAXy0y'Y^XXY:XAyYXyY.XYy:yyyXy-yXXXAA.A  yyy;;Ay'y( g)\; Ayda in tyjy sheer wlii te y^ai'V"^ Ay- y, yy;  ^AlV^earViliss'G^  AAV-useAporbxide to-blcachy skin?; y(2)A What  4lirtVi t A^ytivr���������-'-niiv'v'hair.?���������'--" Adorned, y  "'''V;thc'-'.":%aii'i  jtHiMtilaM.i..ii..H,iit>MPOTTCH^M������n;y;-  :Mn8)^FBaNKiKftTON^yyV;y';i*^p%  :'yA: Fsfank^Ue^Oritti Sep^ '*'  VyAyi siifferedifbiryearayfrom headaches;  ;ahdpainiriVtoeback^Asirid Tyconsulted���������;.  A doctors ahd;tbbk every remedy Aobtain-  Vable withbrat atoy relief.- : AThenT;began  At^ingV7!������Fruit-a-ti'vesVvithe faiiious frnit  ymedicineihat ever dmmeany.reaigoou;V'!  VIAtooltA several sbbxesV altogether,  and  A nbyvT am; entirely -well of all tny dread-A  V :ful lie^dach&Vand^backacliies'' '$:$$ Sfeft;  Avy Signed) MRS. FRANKAEATO^  AV   5bca bos^ 6 for $2.56 ortrial box, 25c.  V At dealers or from Fniit-a^tives limited,  ''Ottawa.7''  VyAi~-Td  tlie  left of VtheV-plate  place;  your Adinherw and saladA fpi'ks^tiiios upward.,   At the ri^t^placje yjHrsjt!Vthe dih-  ���������Viic&-n^d|butjj'er; yknweliV^lh-^'^lie" shaip"'  -yfcdges|tc^'ar<dt -the Vp&t&; AffiieA soup ���������. sppotfy  comraVhextjVthenth'e  Aters aire to be sery^dv y ��������� If; not; the coffee  Vajid ; dessert ^spoons; mayy "be put iii. its  ^place^althoiighyit isVreallyyniore correct  V to; bringlthe fsnbons^tb ;th^J table wlierii  Vdessbrtiy^ndsc^eoVt^e'^seryied-V^       '���������"������������������'���������;"*'  ^������SbupS|tlp;iiia.;yprogr  |5^^|^|xile:;in'Athe; barrenVyylauds V>yithi'iv.  |^|<^Srctic;circle, which lie ���������shallAdevpi'e;:  Vfo������tlie;%tu'dy-^  is perhaps^: this ;pnly; educated! White ymaiiy  Vwho yiieedsAgpytp EskimoylaiidyytoVAlearn;  spijiethihg;aboiit his fbnebears.';HisAjmotiirV'  ^V was;y^ ^uUTblpodedy^skinioAa  ^bnly.;,|*isli"ii%s^^seif;������^ ^f,';. itVslftjijt^j|s:':  feels that: by7 his 'kinship with, theyEski:'  mosy lnsi ymissipnyis that of^adding to thie  Vw-brld's V^H^kho^ed^^bfTAthe :^^t?red.  ;ii^^ferrfy^bi������rftl#^^;v;V;*^  ���������'���������������������������, AbcoMingytpytlieyannbuiipem  ylia.shiiisseh ���������!;��������� lias..;':.^^e;v:"thrbugh.-::th'e-. :eur-  i]tftht:inumbe!:iQfe.t^  ^eBgrapHicaio'jSS^i^ tiie.'  l)anisill Ethnbgi-aphicalyK^  GontraLAKskimosi,' -whichAhe ;isAto; head: and^  Avvliieh is tb : receive^ythg^s^ppoirt^'bf X the'  iDaSish (?bvernin-jm;,V> will yleaSi'eiVt^eiU:  rhagenjscJnie fcim������ during theysi^'ttieSyO?;  Vltll^iftyltt^^ipi^fc^i^^ype -V of A;^^^^*?^7;  vviiicli yttireaded aAteovthwesfc^  Aiaundseii'sV expedition severalVy^rsyagb;  Besides Vtlie crew ythe shipyynll: ca^i*y Asiy  ;Nso1^ci-t6cl: G������ fife  .,:;\&yy:y.yY:.XyyyY.. y''-yY: y---''..-;"';^A  X y, Unless; ay^bmplete V :��������� cure y; is A effected^  ���������^^ t]i^iihflammatibn nasseg rapidly to tlie^!  tm_  cur--  ;; f^gungs any more than you;  |^M; :>|!^^ani|;m"ake}i new fingers yorl  ������ 7lii|ilp^V;Vhb'se7--hehce V'con^  It^'WJS^pnvs practically   '^pDiSBallfley. 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What is the Vbest sliarnpdb? \ % A\  XXyy'-XXXA: AA::"V:y';'V;^V--'';:';s'A.yV.A:;Jeahstt(:;:A;^  [A ;A.T-^An eggisgob'i; andnotyas iujur-  yyioia>5 a3yspap. yPurcycastilcyspap *~     ^-'  y;.Pcca6ipnally.y-vyyy;.y;VV;y;;y,yyy.yA-:yyyV  WM.  AtSATABRHlil  uuaiaiiiBcu luyvuic  balsainli'  2-;od  ATo;  'Aiicnigan Ajiri-;���������-iniieeay ;ly ilo :yy.y  A recpmriiehdAWie takirigVoi; dviigsVto rsd^ep  yyVywei^htlAAFarVfrpmyyitlyA.^^  Sytl^i yb^ VshbuliVfor ^  Alybiit-iwithA plenty of VpuWPorAexerci^pnd  $:?Siiii^leAdietyiAthihkA:^|iiA:yili.yi^  I'y.p f -Vthe������e*^raV;f ^shVltf ti^i;yj^^;;ff>rg"e^.  y^iptherey'.&yft^  Kyi^diieiiigV^'wei^tVAtlias^Ag^lin^.'^^  IIF-^ourfhah^sfanSAk'^  |^^ch^;'jloOT^s^i  ;y'lBear-MisiyGr^^(^  _ __  V-maiceyhair;;grow;y::piy^  y^y^y:<^VtableSj>^*yflpnry.pf-  ^il^#iPat5i#<m*^^  ''YeSjalVAj^geyheAylii^y-]!^  V; Vpeir AMissGrby:yV(i) What; colors will  lie most populaJ'Vinysu^  Is seyehyearsydifferehce iiiVthe ages of  a ycoupleytoby much?;,y([a^AjIbw   often  should, one'ii; sweetheartj^all^iJTihg ^;he  ^;���������w'eiBk ?A y (4)  Is it y pfoi^r.vfo^Aa^girl-, to  VgiveVher" sweetheart yw^^qbkTXyXA y y-'.'A  ���������yy. A'y,Y;yyyy.;A'.y;.VyA.AA..y'yv'y: Virginia.--.:.  VyA.---(l)VThe all bhickjsuitysyili be very  good, and is beepmihg to all types. .The  i. variojisj'��������� h^^shadei^jjV pmjde . and^iludi,  will  be A^pi^ary:;^sit^ Awlien  be^  (2); No.:..,- (4)^ Ifyyoii arc engaged, two  or: three tipabs.A V(4)<;Yes; ��������� . ���������* > y. y "A'iVy  X:<- -'>������������������?,,:.���������'��������� -ryyiyAy ���������. -.'";: ..���������y.yy^iMX^.% :$,;y.if.  A;;Dear -Miss Grey:A(1) Vis it yunnatural  VtliiM-VlG-ywuV-oia giils should hot lilcb to !  ycbnfideyin their mothers?"y (2) Is?ityim-=  A Proper -tb;< kiss a Vboy;f riend good night  -yif: pnefi; wiil|nptV see^ hini hga.inVfor some  ^:time?ji;A;'ASxyA'ffA- 7'A^A;:At&iouSAGirli:;'A-;,  j|yt'A^tl)^r^ispbsitaons.A-dif|^  |^iidy^n1|vhap|vit isynbt unnal|i&ai;for;S6mey  ^irls;^o':Awi^-;tq|kbepvthinfsAfr^  |mbttiers; Abut yit: isynot right' A Reniember  'y^ha^&igirf'Sympth^yis5''^ ybestV:friend7  V^nderyallVeircumstanwsA^^^  ���������ydOyityyyVAA^^  :b������ficci#MlioVai^,;a,t>K? to ^bychri'ibgi'af  H-  Russian conditions continue to be very  b^HNih^y-thrbe'v7perr7;cehfc  cal arid nieteorplbgical V wpvky fory it yi?iy  Rasmus-Jen's A plany to ystrikb yiiitpyfields;  nbrtli of the Vpbntinent. of America; which  hayeA ei^he?-never-|been visited orV only  cjisnaJly S^>lbred. | '"'X:.y -yyy: A7Vyy  AThto;; grea?ty%iiri^pf this IDanish-Eskihici;  ex^prerAandAMifentist is tbV trace ythe:  migria tion Vbf the Greenland AEskiinQ f rbni  Vtheirysuppps^y original homeysbniewliere.  (^jpji^the>"5^^rln!{;-s^  canyepnune^^  Vhave Ama^eA-studies of the liskimb; hayO  iialjv'^y^ gpneyjust������������������so.farijih; their^research-;'���������  fel-anto^t1ie?^jM^  s^raiigeA hbmads biV; t^  have:: found themselves ivp againstyyAa  Vbiiihli wairyofV iny^erj^the Vinysteryypt,  the; p^bples'Abri^n^Thci GreeidandV-l^^ir:  ;mb^espe^ial%ythbsey Vihy^he: SihithySpuncl;  tccion* frbmVwhich Pieary.'" and Cook drbw, I  Ayyy The    purest  ji|j|j| Vy':iAand the greatest; antiSe^  WkWAywtics.:. are' :.thus V yy;senty ���������.tjo".  yyeyery spotywh^eA^tarrl^  y y al V trouble , bxi^s���������gerin*:  Vyarokilledy foul;sefcrrtibnf;  .. :,y,:;A;;areAV-lestroyedy;n^  givenyja;^a^ee,^hd;;ciire ebinesA^ickly^  ;V!;Vc^^^^tlirb^tytroi^  the pure yhealingAvappr of;.Catarlrhbzbi^  is breatlied^feiieezing and cpixghiiig'cease;  at once j becaiiseAirr itation; is rcnipved: % ;V  y   Tjse Gatarrhozpne? ^tb yprevent-^se; ;i|y  tpybure yourAAwiritier ';ills--rit's pleasitt^i-  ���������safejyand. guararii^d'Vm;'eyeryVcase.:yyg;"  Two ; montlis* tifeatmentj    large X:ysiz^  Kuriranteed to yeurei'V price V$l; ysmallysi^:  e 50c; at all Adealers.A; BeWafbA of yauba^i-f  v.tutfes and imitatipnsA; ABy niail fjfpiiiAt^  '"'C^afrliozbney.Cb.iy.Eihgston^;Onty:;;:'-'v?^^  m  IJbwibnie.':.; th^-'yJconwri^^  :ii>uiitiiig-; frbiri;ytheVAseay7ice^Vy>C^A^  -l^cbme;; ihtimatoAwith '���������' thb Acustpm&ya^&|  ^Apd^ible./theAltraditibris'Apf-t^  y^skimos yof ���������NorthA:Ameri^i7;;hby'^iev^:  1 tliat-AheV can ;<teter*miie;A pretty yclosf^?;  :the7 yr egion.Aof'; theii* 'Vbrigiii A V,    ;A yi Ayy^X  '-.. A"Aihong thevfireenla^APplary E^irn^-  : of ���������'��������� Smithy .Sbund,"A says ARa^innsseh7VA||C:  ;haVe' been so luckyV as VtbAmeety aynu^  ; ber oiiianiilics yvyho; must Abeylookedupoii  y is Vising A theyla^Vy immigi^^  rfA^eric^^Eslc^bi;;distnct  -..-!,������.*. ���������->������,.������- ....���������.-...    -��������� . , fthrcu^icbiiver^tibiiAwithA,thes���������^  ;the^-aid^yi^pl%v.wp^!^em^r^;^  >; P^fJi^lyV,batie^|of^ky-tales ^A  tradition'which might Qlrow light upon   'riountry,  iitnoh'g   other   things   because  feheirA>srigin:-?;^--"||^lo^ .'i'thWimeiC'whdi'mMe^^   per-.-  JewsA'mo Russia .arpyipbrmitted\-tftvd.v^e"Cy  in:pnl^;twjE^^^iv.e, of the .sixty'.'jJ3U>yeni?l  menty 'Aidistricts^ yycomprising7 ^ Valtogethet^  dhlywibnersixthy of [ithe *;fcptalyarea*yof ^the^  En^re..yVTlie 'consequence;bf .jthis pyerji  crowding;-:wiitliby western ;Vand" sbuiihefW  Pi^viiicPs^^pecially.-;int RussianyPolahd*:  is.vthat; m^iMliyregibnSy as^Odessa andy  Warsaw,''the-V^rews ���������cohs'titu'te'; respective-:  . ly^>eleveii^iMdiy^biirieerii pfer cent^of thiBf,  ;pbpulatipn,;'iaiidAgener^^  ^���������iiiOTitabl'oV^sMtAAyAti^Ea  5year sixty \t"a"oUsahd?'tf&waiywere^reduced"-  ytft d^endence'A<^n ;iP^UfiV:pha^y^;;^lule  j fifteen  thbu^  j^veht^fivfe ^thbi^hdP^pbtSOT^  Vtheysame ppBitioia|in^W>a^^^,y^  Vpresei^t restrictibnsy^  Russian GovbrhmbntVis;^  ing -fresh schemes of ��������� bppressiph. A ;> rA^nevT;  building, law, ybow Vbeforey^heV Hbuma,  '��������� will cause untbld.ynnseryy^tc* ythe: Jews* in  ;the^buildihg ^radeisl:y!;H4ncefbrth-^only  tlibseyporsbnis inre tbVliaveyithe rightEof  etfbctingyVbuUdipg^in-fWny^ jdistrict Awho  hayey^he right of yowmng iandVtl^ere. As  "fcla'e.l; "Jeyrsy. are V^QtA allowed ^tbyowuV-lana. I  thsTrMult; 6jF;teil;'^as70e'^ili^6vi^f<^  miiny; Jbws^biit ot;emp"toymenttf>^The'^ine;  for yripii-f hifilnieiifci, of -, naiiita^y ^ duties^is;'  alspV mpstvunf airly ��������� enforced. V A .-Recently,?  because aygirli born ihyZhitbmer^ inyl������87i;  ���������������^as������36gis;^  ,|athe^;;was, yfined threeyliundr^  (.(a;? ^und^d^aiidVVf if ty' vclplla j^yy'fpr^thbj  *nbjti-f ulfilni^iit V Bfv-tlie f military' duties ;^bfj  ?iii^MidJ-^t!'ntrilAhei^ *thwvihtimiiA|  'Vt'idii'ihfelmd^byi'deaEpf  Miiie^^afj^si^sefliiieiitiy yitp^beAp^diy^oif  /jqliildren, wbb Vliayeydiedyhef oi-e: they/liiivp!;  attained ymaturity.yybut that makes ��������� .^o  * diff ferenfe^'tol tho^brut^^ii^rcemehfe' pJt  ^t-lfelettefeoiith^yl'a^-^^  A The, lioiiina^GbmrnitteeVhasA decided?toM^' nndbrtppk the bikhis  'deprive tliel^s!^^ to- U3e  V*tKcVynew.yivra||:c^r^fe     VThey'. Upp^fycijies'-y'^o^  fJj^biuise^;Qn.r/t\^b^ '" "' ------ ������������������������-"-���������������������������  Afchi^!Vtlw; imppsitibtf  ?Sitth'S:'- JSwsf'by:^he?^iinicipa,lities. wa?  '^mMiW-  y&myisywy  yXm0ilS^������M  THEK!DNEYg  ms.i}  -..-%���������---.'-v'i-'s-^'.y^'.tf-.ii-F-i  'yxyyffi&i  *''''";'A|i������?|||||^  AyxyAZxM  MWMS  ^y.'yv.v'Fsi  i:V''A'-;C'?:;l������  From  in y another^ they grinning, djv; ;a^6th',0*ir->iTi'e;y  weayinK of A rugs and y clothy V'The;'j:1 >.i\iii%-.  '������������������f:."Ji^  wm  XXSyz  AV  ^wbiiianV is iibty proud, thoughAherAVaiiiyyiiyAyy  ;���������}! -vS?yg������9^������ -'^^fv; X^d;;'^^5^ha^:^iiatiSl'  Vw'ornV byyherVsisterSiA ThereAis'-'nb^eruurii-yyA;  ;Wpn,;'iio" fauIt-findiiig; each;gbesy ohAW;iihyA;;  ilt^-taffikygiyerifto^hbKb^  |*'pr: ^iirid^a^eeA:.AIty;.is'y a7Ama.tteiA^pf yti'Ji^ri;- XiXXyx?<$  sin^'iyitl^j^b'le^^  |maVnViihdbrtpbk;theVbiikuis::^  [���������': AtpA ^h;o^y^cyxyyy^;y^  ���������y^e^&e^'li^^o0XAXMxtfM  ;>allbWj  vtb; _  ; widow  ^ilyienbluin^  ���������*;*w"riter and communal worker, ,whb*,.'died  , recently.A leaving his family; practically  i������per^e8S:������W^������^;:^!?;^^  :^T^#|^l^'^;i|^^  the -Alliance -Israelite Uhive'rsel^ "of J^aris,'  Syn^edjti^^oj^^  tyyAtakenybyeryyynighty^harmful yApryybeiiefi-  v*Aciai.t^&v^&&.'iw  ^yA'A^(-i)Weithei9'is'-^beV,i  ':- iCSlo^^*^ .  A-;' bspieciallB:7-:beneftcialy Vtli^d ^i*,7iaxativeV  ^AV^e^'-'^^i-S^^^  A ?;i:.!fearV:i*J^  ���������'- -J aV remedy foi" sbfiV finffCT-il&iUfrwhich;  [���������,;Jiic,yii ,*c-  split-sA:AA;-jy^:AV.ivy;p:;y;.;;A#;^  VvA^-^pid^bakingthe lianids ihpriater,  y and. use; tif^strbhgyaQap  trimnied hy iisef Viil; :filci*A~'Avbid|piilHng  at   the spat irogmeiits:"X Wear  gloves  ' when out' of "doors: yA ���������<���������'���������' J<AYVA:A^. .-.*!������   "tigatini^  7':up" ''his7''comi������fciilVstandinji^ X  X-XXX-xaX'i.' X"X ���������*.������������';::::.:..^���������XXiX^iXAY:  fw^^s;;to^str,st(^|'hi^^g^  ::MsTexercisc7iyw;t^  jingSithehi: pulled.A. XXXyAXAA^A-iAXXy  ���������*.*<:������������������.  .- if; -���������  'Vy;VyDeav iliBs ���������Greyr^(I)A^������mv-*VlS-year|  ;   bid schooV girl.   How shallVI w^jir.y-niy-jj  :i:i.vhair-7..'-.A{2);?4y' l������ps ��������� are.., tfiieUv-iiV'.Ktfw- ^caw;  yylmakeVtheni thinner? ���������.A---;:-Scho0U0irJ.-,;::-;  ^:V:yA:~ \ip There: is';,''an- incrbabin|*vb;d:ff6r"  V;{iirlsVbf >your;; ageyto, part; theyhairv,.in  |y^he;middle arid roll it at the.sides, braid-;  yVihg it 'at' thcy^ape ,^>f. theneck; for twb>  yyiW three inchesi then, fastening it; with a  yy;:stnallbftret^ it hang loose.  y:'^yV-dbwnytlibrbdbk'.;iA.;"::yy;:yv'y;;;;' XSy'^XX  y;���������;; ;V(ti)AThat igimppssible,Abut youlVcah,  Vi1.nvoi.d:Jan^king:.-i-rth']o^i;.;'^  ;A rii>t:Abitoyth>m;,; 'Compress"tlieni a little'  !; bccii8lbnnlly.yV;l>b;,nbt hibiateii tlieni with7  V>-;th(r:tohj^e.-::Vy-:;'.AA::'A.V;.; ;;:''; ������������������y-xxx'-'fy  :'���������     ::i-\ -y-'-,    .      .    ���������;"���������-��������� ''.'.'.'-. -,r-    .'-..   .',.'��������� ':. ,1 ���������  '���������:'   '.'    .        ���������',  ���������'     ...    ,  ;'.���������':'!-yii'iil'.,-'1 K.-y.-y'y'.^;(;.,!),-������������������>  y ,'..:���������.[.. ,j-.;; v.-tiyti.fii.ii. v i'i. rt  ���������; WoarVMiS8VQrbyr~What;shbuld brie do  ���������'���������yisited'^theVAirbz^  Vtiiiit^;:the^  '^EsfciniplA of y Alaska Aand; t hbseAofV:GiMeeh-f,y  .'lSnd;|but---'theirs^  ���������.p.brtedAbyy.eyiQence;.'|Ra3ihus������^^  f ihd A siicliy eviiieiice A aiiiAtb Afi^ if yhegcan:  *@^YiZMyXA.   $������>fim  ylri; pursua,nceVbf this .scjheme he intends,  ���������pypif^hl^^j^AthV^  after having firsts to  ^upl>lie^*������^y'>-wi^y:p^*^^  to;iiindV-a?'winter|qu������^  mk  ^yagei-- a3^Vdc^|te^ilbVVthbiwS;Wlwy;^A  ''^wy-^liVe'rVonijftlV^olcVAp^rtAVin  smali5Achiidren;VVtSibpkyyui^  but^ sbtUedAthatVjthbrcpu  .'Aii-iUV;'.^'.^^;^.;-'^,^  common sense. andjtrg^rja^^yhicpjlj*,'J.'ffle.r'XX$/yXy^g  ;they.pthcrAwpmah:7k^^S;yiW^  Vthb^Ai^th^st^nVyyihier^  'J^nd^S^^Ais^tpAaayj;^ ihAvtheA&eayihsipo  P"^?t3^^;ii^i!lM^^^r^  vocatesthe use, of iKoshef^ineat for Gen-*1  'HilcsMs-lVWfell^as^ews/'A^^  ^;-''ib^!V'*������iss^''^������rt*V'������rf:v'Si;ftv^ff  ^?;^lite;;^Wiehv;8phccd^an^^V^^  ^durinp* the-Id'st' -: educational-*year- f romj  Athi^2t2;464Vm^^  '" Ah 'A~'���������^a^i'^'i^'^^^^!^^***'^' -#v������^**T������ *'������������* ������'a4'5rt :-Aaniwo**������,,-/4;'Ko'  tbries  ^ytlS pb^latibhl^ii^ii^  ffix& ^ti&^nic'nownltO^JuS  ���������j.-im.:������.  -..������.���������-~.;. ..':.. :������������������..:..-���������-.���������- '���������:,.-.?-.-.'.,';._-i.;-_V.y_!iii.   L - -*x.eM^nt\iinKBledMi5oi^a'ya in and:  6i2l6; miles A bi^  frbni-thc '.Inhabitants-'-''- of J northwestern  Bat finyfcand^ui''^^  one wear a  .      Dear Mis8; Grey:: Must      _  '���������ii silk petticoat:with a voile^Blcltb?!i!If riot,  V;,: wli^V otlior "kind mi^  1 "��������� propov to flip cocoa with'a; spoon? ':..'    .  :Xa'- X.XXXAX-- ^if"!K^#W'*  yy a::;a.-t(1);; $<>*;'���������!; vl* ��������� ybu'- ci������������^btyhi������0jta'.ii7  :��������� silk pbttloont, bho should; never;*buy a  ! voile nkirt, but brio bf fIno paring  f hehrlottd'elbth1 instead:A, Theiib m^ylbb  ������ worn with prettyf; cliambrtty^ or' mg-,  %X hiihi 8lcirt8,,Blho6,thb material isfhot ;eo  Ayv; nhaor.Vt.':' '(2)., V Yofl^butA'neyoifylody^ x$ho[  :;;:-'y;upoon.m.7tliOyCiip.' ..yXy-yy" ������������������>' ���������'���������' ������������������-XyYAA  xrt-  ���������yXYY Poar MlflB Groyi (1) Alter a: woman  .A: l������avos;hbr huaband, Iiow obon'mayiyeho'  iv Roiihjoomipany?   (2) .Wliafc tlmb^hould,  ,,a mnn comb and leave In eallino? >Al' v  y.x;. y-XyXyxy ���������'������������������,,���������'.: .yy ..^HoUBokeepor.;' ���������  '      'A.-^(l)  I Judgo  frbni  yotjiv ! eocbnd  !:   <inoiitlbn that you moan "Iii oompany''  t;,' with, men, aria tho an������wor must bo���������  i'A<: not until yBho, has boon legally . freed  ^���������y^fi'biiv ^oiKjt^Bl'larid^-y'AV^Ai;.^:-;7-^-;''^-.   iya  A,     (2)   The conventional timo limit   l������  11   from 8 to 10 of 10.ao p.m. i    '������������������������������������  :Xa'-', i ������������������'���������y.y.-yy-iAAi'1; ~~���������������~,,���������;.,.;'.,.'-. ���������:,;, .y.-:'v',  Bear Miss Groyt My nwobthoavt In a  ;^yflno youiijjf nian, arid-my family ap������  .���������.,-.   proven of him.   Althouuth wo (vvp nofc ofi,^  ;A; .Raffed^^^h^  ,,;' dial with any of my boy/Yrlonde, find if  .; wo * go tb; a pavty; T :mu������t daace oyofy  Yy:,.Amw-,Mt)\'Mm.���������wJia v������ullf������i;,:..-l>oK you  k !'yy' think It "ii rlglit for ;:mo'p',-l^b*^p,'^iy';  ���������A. athor;bpy irlondel"''";��������� y-'X���������'''."' ,"���������'"���������:'yA'''  , v. .",        a ',,'. *i',;, ���������. v y- yXf:��������� \ ,,���������,Qr^.,v!*jBy0il,-;'v  ;i       A.-ni'Vpur, friend should ;'*renll*������o  that  i   girl" valuo tliolr right to jndepohdence  of thought and notion, and, that ,, he  would have moro chance to win your  love If ho wore moro gerieipoiis;   It'olt*  V'' " Vtir "Mkn' ������1rey*' vT*I*������Ai������������'������f'tell;ma i;wliat |:  piece* of allvo/waro nro nucou������ftry to, net j  ,';;���������;la- nlria table.,tind where,t<vj>lae������ thbmV'  ���������:% wow* ffinn^tnoni'^j^ii'i*^  ,-' 'abrei from friction from clothingV:  rough, red hands, unsightly face',  .A: '* sores r- lor. ��������� all -���������'; these -!:' andy > Mix  hundred-nndono needs that oral  ;',; peculiar to women, Zam-Buk Is  IJi^opte:' lyXXAiiy^jyy yy-%.  ^f',;tT������the^*i^,^  ��������� Eot' their little cutn nnd burns  ,'; ;%d( knocks-^-lor skin rashen ani|t  ekln r?breB, 2am-Buk is far the*'/'  vbbat,''',v���������'WhyP,''      '"���������' A''''A .'..'."���������-.' -A '.  y\hecauBnf it containo not, one tcrolny  "���������oi*mineral matter or pbieoriouw; ;  !l:'i^BjpiI-������inK^*f<M  ,,]"���������:,;V Int(A  I? Is antinoptlc, soothlnjcA ,-,  Ji:i!i;;#K ���������';'���������'. ��������� ,Sv.a;  ^;,Vy,,AV1ryi*|irSylCXPSJRIEJNCE^;,V;-  v ������ "iV* *'-'.:'-!l'i|!',;." ':,'-.'���������'!>J--S''..(, .-ijtll'ii', , ..' ���������'. ���������:��������� '.V��������������������������� i  ,. Mro. ^Toneph ACnrriV; who Itcopail a  ffroodry, store iatfi������^H^riibiiraA*irb;;i  Toronto, *������������y������ ������~#' IpvaJl my,;ye������ri������>f  housekeeping I have nbyor yet ii������od a'  MotliingdUoHi of la'wonder^a'mlrao^e.  >1 Indeed I cannot;-eponk in terme too  pro.iwwor,ti*y vf ,m> won^erfnl,. hei������l>ng  3pi'op������rtlfh, uml would not be without  this remedy in my liomoatany cbi|it.,  I have ufcoa it for:novos, outs, bruises  nnd other eltin i������jttrj(es, nnd oonHlder,'  it-,"��������� a hoMobold neooBslty, esneoKlllv  , ���������.whew,t|iorb;aro eldldron, aa It hAalo I  1 ell -woiimls Ahd brwluos^in ftImo������^4n������,  j ������vttdlbly,,������Up.tb,.tlw������,iWMy^Wftfb^  had oocnsUin to wso 5.ttm:RnU for "���������  badly Inrtmned toe, eauaud by anelnr  i ..Krowlntf.toe nail, ���������.A few appllnKtloiis  tho-ftb^n^eartd ���������'iiiflftlnm^lon, and.^ o,  ,liasha������Jnotrft-i������4*vfi������h th������s tojolm*  K������*ry '   *   riy>rtl������ianw|m|tiisntiarBe.'*' n*  groups.  K������l".inVbs V; in, tho  northweetcrh :Baffin  ,Uii!d jirefV^'inxoni*;AJtllb,;WQ^tiimknown bf'  uuisfc - lmtnrally be looked upon ��������� a������ tho  very thoroiighfrtrcriifi'oni: the.American  contiiicrit to .Greenland.'',;.,. A y*  :,,     !  A After.tlip,; ^i^tA;Avv*intci',in|Tthe Arqtlc,  Rn������riiU8Ben Vpliiris to VW  an ������obn ns'< sprlngibpiiie's viin-nd' go;Houtli  in vth**AOh������fttor.f ij-l^Iiilqt^cp-imtry.;;; .T'i5*5  ���������.long.- slbnucr".finger* bf"h^*i'.wa^fy';'that  pbintn w^twrirdAfrbWi'-iHWasbh y-Btiy: at  about &8 'lntit'iido ,irito .a cluster, of'lakei*  pdnies.Vbut littve^^ been constructbd iii  part ;by subvention, iiwn$ ���������the^0������oyeTn;-  meint7 < ;BoVitha^^as'5)ii������^mnc^  the world's" championship as an icc-skat-  .efc|;TH'ei*!^oriin^;^  ^I^^Meiai^ndtiee'i'cp^e^  i^iBjI&ISri^lffi'Je^^  /'as?weliras'Vbbth^ days' of ?tho| Je^shiNeiiii;  'JYea^ana?^;i^*y,\oli;^ *5  The, n������tj*isie. of the national, anthem .of  itJriiti^;?;Sbuth'AjAfric'a^Hn^  ' byV'aVJJew^^The;^ cbnipositibn^ttf j'Bejcthold  /Rapibwitzv* Consulting' engineer. y^tbyVthe  ;Gene'raV^mng-:-.&.^i^  Johannesburg, bbing thbV succeBrfuiy^heiv  '���������TKe'rehwbreJa-;huri"djed'7on^  ������������������ di^mum'S;*ui������n :^he*>:boffimia8iorii' ���������  of  X&������'AA.-...,r.<.i-...i,,..  *?'���������:  ���������yk^'vi-iii...'*  %*iiy  yy-y^y.  '���������is-V^..* y*i~ -%-",.--.;  ^?'^*y^^W^'':::^*^*----^**^^i5iifc'-yi&^  ^^hrpwn^tbyt^'^p^^^  {'^'Ife'fi^Bh'yf^^l'r^  ;shou!dVh^:.;Balt^Vahdylaidj^  :diehi-:;nbt7i;-j^acedVbhV'a::rb^  ^^y������;  y-.^AA;!.smallAbtenriV;B���������oongey.andl'.6:yW^J^^  .^atex'&M'fe^  vboard^iWhenAfinoMngerip: garments :mw3byAyyyt  *m^m$!i&^Mjfam?w b^i^ter^^i;  ^oreh''iwaT^ryiBy ali3o^-^  to-yt-reyert ������������������ tp>.tho>>.:stp,te. .'5n.y,,.jnr^bt^-|imo.  yoar)8;;v;;-h?ir''' y^Ay ^ty ���������AiiX:&?i������<i:A A'  ^'Wb/eh-i-'ri^w' lines- iiar^rinip^irjti^^jtho  coricesBibn' goe& ���������to$the>c'6^^ii'y;^ihieh  Bidi'lor tae.era  tdtal' ^mbiuSti ioi������6Ub;vfln'tii0xiii!'Contribr  utd'd 'by tho State lip to 1898'-w^b' rb-  pbrted'< W> ibo abbut i,809iQ.QQ,Opp franca  ���������^'^^igippigi  - ��������� '^',i H'i I'l'iJyvi ���������w.n-ivw.'Stvctiai?L:i  tlt^!>^ron<p&  '���������jriitiriibipaVlA. , t. f,  iibjj-f.'iheiudoB'-^  tur^iedV,to!V^ffl<*e'recehtty;:; One bftheisc;  councillors ;ifliVi'T)avidfJyellin/i the r i������eli  ii"0'y?'''Hebrwst;ii^  TUv������**k ' .:������vv������<v , ��������� < TA������a������ In1������ '     *Aii������MAin    ��������� ���������%������ ������������j������ -' 'Jiin4>  follbwirig  t'ouritry1'where tho "���������iCftkiriiri* and thb Indian;; typcb; "ikn'owt*] V'lijenoricalJy.vas i the  Mountalnce-Ty. ylndianB, ^^seftjiiiiajp-ng: a,  rngped and hotly, contc8,t<!d country. Tlio  Darren' Grounds,. VKflfklmbfi 'Viirb' h������ llttl'i  ��������� knhwii')'*' m tytWOMtfIttlntideVn <������Sceo(pt. to  the fugltlVtf'ti'lftkra.who risk their flhipj"  in tlio Hiid^jV-fBhJjr.^o duvlnf J' - " '~v  summer niontWof * free water,  '..������-ij_���������..,.'������s'^.i.i.'....:..'.j:ii-':i-i!Li'i;...];.i-^'i  sk their fltfip?  vIng.tilieAbriflt  itcr.AI^Hl!fju������o:  dm#aSiI^hav^thoii*^i^no^  ���������quu;-aerB-H4ri^������aX������B;y/A^  l^portibhVbf. tlio ��������� oapital^pf ythey ttamr  1 way,ft:'4rid'riarrbWi ,;Bn*H6%.|l^^B(Jtfe7;p.?e.0*  linos in Spaip,. Mj-tor, ^BPlp#9r  line \ylilo)il.Jtttw,;vhg^yHl;corrcl^     \vi  ob������ 'ob'ta^alfrQiM'-Ptli-eVyiviuo^.- '  The lout 'of MsirtiisMri's exilo will  Paris nnjl,  linbs'.iiitipoxC, ,,.���������,_  Mhfeav,infej>Mo^  pOOTl^������fMt 1t  Tho  fbroigii -oi  fJJIoih^iWsvii'BvVilimn wim \m thm*?' *���������'.  i  J^s^tf*^*  YAAyXyX,  ybunkltousaWlfe.  "nil!  those  Thin ve'fli'bif iRiiVhiiiWri'ii exilo will ho  Vttpeiitiaccoi^lii^'ii-toH^^la^  I trips through- thb mdV-p of lulandrfAthnt  /���������'fringe'; tlio ��������� nortliorrtiTrlnii of Hho cow  ���������imwht'tiiv afcAObrdiiatloii4 "d\ilf��������� wh|oh  licB hotwoen the 110th and 115th tmr*  hlklnjust r.hovethoyiArotlb'elrblo. -Tills  lii ;a, ,0'oujritry \y]ilchfl������"i\b������plntcly domv  late aiid 'Uhvlnlted, by wliltb mbn, novo  dn ���������'imoh expeditions;of td^boveiy oh .thnt  planned uy Rn������mu������rteri" lip-,*/ many-  IUslcimofl or what t'Tlboaof/the' ������ow>im1������  ilvo within tlie; Btriytoli from: ppromttlon  mt������i-toivMVilvUloA, INiiitiiwila<;y' nobody,'  kiiowfl.'' Hero X is; an * ontlroly new field  "tipoii.:-.- to Vtlici' #bletii;iBt,;;Wtjrti\i-Men', cx-  \poote that > ho twills live .wiUv. no'nby ������������  ���������theiwilijQk'mba ajinbet, cbnt4tJ>������Hly/ tnkmK  !aledRo:rirlp������ wljth iliom ilritb ;,thc lnt(?Hor,  hawm   lands  nnd  utiidylnjt* llmlr piwi*  ;loins ;o(,.Hfe atid' trlbi*.l e6inn)iirilwn.;i, ' 1,  Rn������iiTm������i"������*n lielloves Mlia't tlie . neat of'  TSsltlmo ' euUuWfi 11e������, e^we^hero in*the  Inin'Oii i ground* rbetw*������������i|li'jihe ,C^o*WjWtr  Inlet country .and Corbnallpn Q������'yf1",',>  thli ^nafc '"^jtW* ^-^ilintw '--the' ^������������IkI������M ���������  homo ������f the-people* of the iMorth.    iw  nay- thai tlm fUhSntf KittU&iU of the Itt;  landWeklmo   have l������een modified   ������nd  , ^1*4; tb; tUtewnter obn������impn������, and liave  ;o   _. . ..p .       . ���������. .ih-  dbl6not.Viih y^ndciVU tlio  'dly^yoonBwubtibd; imd  IndlfforehtlyM Voporat^il,;  fbrbiBii -tJaprWil.* ��������� libwovbr,- j talt|������  tlio other  idu'fttrjr'i*;  ���������,by,.tbo,v,   Kn _      _,,  of^th(*rv*������i^vfty,,������y8tpm. ���������.,-<v   ������,������;,,  ... ������������������-���������^rv^,  ������VV������   4������.   4l-i'A>'ntM������iliWw<i  Judeb-Spariish; (Lddiho),' and willibe jbiiby  Old P-ipilsj'tif/the^liab^^ohbblsjtth'b  other*W>11|have its"neddquartersyln;Sal-  onica, where .Tudoo.Spaninh is the-clilof  larigungoybf ytlioylargo ;JowlshA:po^  ,..-.110n,,,,������.^-j^^'^i������.;,vfMi^w;,.[^,,,>.,,:^wiV'.v^wv>*.>*i:^i,w;r,t^iJli^^        ..A  Prior to concluding a treaty with i-Jor-  i(������in*i7thie'TurkieilijMinintor of JWatlj|*c������|dh(l'  Publio WftVlts #pttf tb.^ih <sli1<if **Wk  ^B^ing^biv any,jr-tfcoto-niehwiori^^onliho  ?abject of tho rollttlou-' Intorbstfl of-tot-  bman vJbwiahl Bubjoeta^^^Inv^Pcrela.   ITliiB  in tli'b fIfsf'tfrno";'that' i\itU action1! haa  ;hoen taken.^^^y^yMl   -'a'JaA-  Tho Jcwfl* of Salbiilea arc    sho^vlng*  their-,.,.patrfoliHiii vh������. a��������� r, pVaetteal V jWiiy.  Thbynro-nbw- cbUoctfiifr, * fundn foi*:'the  "++*  AyAA-'tolcphbhey7ii':extrei^iy-^alu  f-a^R!fe^^h:f^eff*ro':yn.ii^  '���������J^fbro;he', ue^yit-to;'ftrid'O^  mayVconic,;and aftorwardfl ''tie5;^^^i'lv^toA^y''V?A*y'  Adisco-**^;how.;,io^g'-.he;^mayAB^  iS^APaul  atbh;  ,to,:������bying, $nain, \xja to tlvo.' avc-rago; (of  bthor oountrlbi- in woatorn .oJRuropo,  WhbthorAw fioti'UB tlio Ohloago mi>n  Bald aftoti.bur ijlAto-i-wat with; Spain,  itywonld thon,havo uebn woll for thb  Spftftlurdfl to irmlco Phil Armour kitjgis  :'thorb jCah' bo M������������ortUf tluestioh that  what tHo gpaniflh raJlwhVyd now nood  jft.ft(:Ha^r^^u.v;,:^^^ < I"  ''!������v*:;tlji^5ibBTE������, ' '  \\x  I am ,^old Ui^iip'tifr. Foster] mefll-  tntoN corrilhijr dbWH to the House ������b*rie  day eoon for tho ptirpono of *r������eoelvln*l{,  *nr;M������Ml������ii;',,()Y#)>M from the reae-  tiontrlos,���������'- A hearty r-ooeptlon da due i te  iVAbt'dkeer r'!e**l4������ri1 *M ; Ik  ���������rflVAn'Wm'it wnl.i������ot,������IJrnl*fy hie re-  Jntjtntjpmeht 'in, hUP bid *noelfcibh of *���������������  'tiTOrJty." h ''*'*"'' '''r''' ^ ' ���������''',���������*C','���������I.M��������� '-'A*.'   ������������������ I  buUtlingv of a Avar vospoi |o .be presented  tb'ttib Tiirkifl]������;Gbvbrrimbnt. I'ii will bio  remembered: thatfSaldnica whb the' licad*  quarters" of thd"Ybttng Turk .niovbijiimlj,  orftamzntlon at tho time of Hb inception,  'Tiro*-Tiii1cftn'rdHram'������*n  "thb valor bf 'the Jowlflh voluntoorn,' who  "fell!before*Oowtantlrioplo Whicifthb"feoni-  Htitutionalistn broko the power of 1Abu-  t������W*"iV������ ;,^nn������TOWJ W.W*UH-onor,  una by Hondlnju a Bpeclal moBaage to, tho  JowIhIi  BiibJco*tB vof i Turkey   ^hanking  ���������oMbo goWwlllldvown tbwaifdtftliol)Jew,:  i������l������ nooplo Ib tho fact that tho Mirili*to'r  'pf^tlW Intori^it; >a*i ������m\n-XtfUiin up the  ������pie������tibnJ of the Tbd tlekiiiV And7 has Ipre*  mred, a ^tatoniont j on the matter itvhich  io haft traiinrtiltlM to the Prlmo Minis  says Mrs  I  tor, lI(iklcl.Pafi)ia. The latter,ha������ phiced,  I tlio Question on* tlio ligeiida of the-, next  Cabinet meeting.v^' : w****'-^''  ��������� V** ,-">V'!(',ti"4 -iiti<i'ii&~ -.:.)(;���������">-.���������������������������,:..;.'.'V mA-;f'  tliv:buglvtlioChoti*^otljifettridBUffom  ~~^itpm ^OJ^OUrmCBBin;  andothor annoying  toyraptomsi <><Mid, X  can ttjaly ^ay,thnt  LydlnE.Pinklmm'B  W> go table ���������Compound baa: p'TOvedi  R..v.��������� worth't'mbuntalng  w* ^0QWJo.wo������.twit  f*������ roalotedmyliealth  firfl and i atrongth,  I ���������  xttm nevorforgottoteU  <* toy frttfnda'wliat   LyillaE.l-'iQkhnin'fl  ,,_���������r ......   CompounahaB done for mo  dimne1���������thls^tryinB' portodii, Comploto  mtoratlor* M 1w\w means jio i������<������ch  to, rao that .for tbo ������al������:o of, othor HuiTor-  i-Aff women I>m willing to inake my  trouble public aa you wiay publlRU  thin lottor.'^Mxuj; Onjw.i BAitcL4Y������  K,F.B,,Qra*nltojillo, Vt. ,  ���������,  No othorimftuicinij^orwomw'B Hit  *1  /���������  CI   ..������������������"������"���������  , ���������;;.'jMii*���������i.'-V'.'' .i'."������jli������      ���������,  (Chicago New������.)  i������''  -jckrd at. tt H'pthn  ti renponHOjii ?y,\'i  Iyim^Xi.mb������������mMtl% ym that ,wo.  iiMu are b������oou**������g'..iuw'io ������2i**ag\t.'*j������.������,.II* ...  .-���������-  '-i*Wi������t ���������>������ <V*ftt������*'oonrt* 'pro-r^ Hi jttik   man."  think bow ������*���������/ H-'If'to obittge one but* I  band for another, x::x-xX'X' -  ,unlty,,Md ,Ja  ;ttj^Mbiy������''ki������fn befeer than;.to  coiiui'arouiul Iii lOlOr aba slgiiedt X; ./,,,  "WlKlK*!'i jl\ttmpH������ ���������'������������������ does    tho I year'  nrnke?" Inqtilrad tliei friend.      ��������� - si' 'A  MWhv,,,**���������������' till th!n*S t RS ih* Wflii  Andvthen Opportunity nktpped  n-ttxfc'-dbbr. yy    'A ..'.A-'Vyy.-:',.���������'..���������  tK>r������  of cum of fmnalo illo as haa L)*diu E.  X'lnkham'n Veffotable Compound*  For moro than 00 yearn nilm hem  curing tomato complaints nuch us  innummaUou, ulceration, local wfftk-  und' ��������� nervona . proatnatlbtt, fciw It is -  un������<inalleA for carrying womon i^foly  It costs but Ultlototry Xydla B������ ,  , rJftttAa** Y*2**s.W* ���������)������to*������wWli WMU'  I nsMrs.Bat^*yi*ya.ltla,'worthmoiin-'  ll,i^^,r'm%***lW ^F<Wt   ������������������t'fVrA^aF -        S*"W*F. Off *|JJ^A\Bj,'^p^^S^pjH     VY ^^S)^#^#^^p*  Xx-'A .:Ax::A:.yXXy;yX:-Xyx.: :;,y^i' :i'-^**^rrT***^.*?i'^,"t*<.-,^-S"-ft.f>;-?  bsESsaeBslsMsHS'si'SwSsS  GRic^ta^  ^jrxain   r ���������-T*1i ���������fsiHTlTMri--n*,ii   ������i^ .^i-^-U-o.-J-L.,  PROFESSIONAL  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Firs, Life itttd AaaidasSB Irg-asa-aaa  Spokane Interstate, Fair  r.SAL ESTATE, 3*9.  ft* ATT  v> r**  chas. Moore, c.e.  H C   IaASp  SusvssOS snv   ASCSSTBO'S  Plans and SpeolflflstioBS  CRESTON  -       -       - B.C.  Jy D. ANDERSON  ttitrris-a   CfcHroaoA.   Lasd   SuavaYoa  TRAILS  B.C.  The Spokane Interstate Fair auuouuces  a contest of -parfciouinr interest ������3 all  school ohildren in the Northwest. Inasmuch as the night eutrrtnintnent at g  the Fair this fail, Oot ^ to ft is tb) con- 1  sis. of an elaborate t,p?ctacul������r product- ���������  ion of an Indiitn battle, viz: the bit lie of H  the, Clearwater, between the faniouaNez g  Perce Chief Joa������ph aud G uentl Howard 9  ef ths.U. S. Army, the Xue������nttite Fair 5  manngmeut vs ill give $20 >n gold for the B  best historical eseay on Cheif Joseph 0  11  and hie life. A number ot season tickets to the Fair will also be given to the  writers of meritorious essays. Thie con-  teat will be open to all school chilren in  the Inland Empire and full particulars  will be sent, on request to R. H. Cos-  grove, Secretary, 317, Huttoa Block,  Spokane, "Wash.  .;-x?y'������ -,vs<-.'.-,:-"  ���������iiyiS.UW.K- ;i_v':,;>.->":���������������������������;.-,'*  tm;Axmm  vi<yxyxxyAi  BsBlfiV  ,11':  OKELL, YOUNG & CO.  Beal Estate and Istiassaco.  SOUSES TO BEST  CRESTON     -        -  GUY   LOWENBERG  CONSULTING   ENGlKaER  ������aettes������a������gg0������aaasoa������^������a<*������*������  I   What Can Stvtr Thhl   ������  To all now subscribers who pay *  is advsnoa, vre will (rive ror *ha %  imaU sasaof 33. the Creston Re- %  view for one year and the Family ���������  Herald and Weekly Star till The. T  $1,1910.     Also tO Old  -rau-KatibSSS   &  who aro ia arrears who ������st!s op *  to date, we will make  she 'aa������ay*fc  offer on their new subscriptions '"-  After reading tbis notice don't  delay bnt send   th*  subscriptioa  A meeting of the Frnit Growers Association        will      be     held    ia      tha  New Schoolhouse on Mondaye June 16th  16t; 8.80 p.xn.    Business t   The parches-  j istg of apple wwes. as woll as sassy eth-  B.C; j or important subjects.   AH sse-sbsrsand  intending members are requested to "be  present.  The Bevd. Kr. White, of the Presbyterian Ohuroh here, noted as groomsman  at a fashionable wedding in Nelson on  Wednesday evening last when Miss  Lncinda Fstriok, eldest daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Joseph Patrick, of Nelson, and  the Bevd. Westly Miller, of Moyie, were  united in. tho holy bonds of matrimony.  t  t  t  and Mt$? Qtjgts qnill'he in ti  of expir  Ail  ���������*���������  X  price above mentioned to the Ba-  9 view offiea and secure this grand  ^      w������...         . ^  <���������<*���������������������������������������������#������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  I With s Lees! Flavor I  Kelson Load District���������District ot  Wert Kooteaay.  Take notice that 1, Thomas Birt, butcher,  of Crcaton. B.C.. Intend to apply tor permission to purchase *he follow! jwdeeorioed laaas:  . Commencing at a post planted 40 chaise  ea������ ot Ut* southeast oufner of IvOtTTW, thence  {garth 'JO chal&e. thenoe we������i 40 chains, tJhence  ebath 20 chains, tbence east w eiinias to poJst  ofeonuaertceaaent; containing S8 acres, more  WSBMk  Mar ������������. i������������- THOMAS BiRT  Ertiiliii  3  iCSISOS LASB DISTRICT���������District of  Kootenay.  Sake aotiee tbat "sre. Charles Hoops, otQrem-  u^ur* nmiMiion cuHaror. <3eo<xe &!���������*.-  anaer"MacdoiialO Youas, or Crwston. j*.������j.,  occupation. ������k.wat. aa4 Jamea Thomas Bar-  seas. ������* Kitchener, K.C.. occupation, aseat, tn-  c������nd to apply fisr pertnlwioa to purebase thf  followlcc deeeribed lands:  Commend ng at a poat planted on the aoutP ���������  erty  boocdary   of   the   British    Columbia  Miiiil&g;  In fact, anything and everytb  iny iH the  *&&<$ of Hiahr  Tuu���������*jr *v/  Grade Commercial Printing at the  mt  XX;  dootlMra Hallway Co.'s right of-way opposite  ih* 63-miie post, tfcsacs saath iOehalns.ibeacft  west % cbaftis. thence north *������> chains, tbence  west fu cbal&a, tbence north ������ cbatna.  thence west S5 chslss. aissre or iswyto the  Joe Tebon went to Proctor last Tues  day on a business trip, returning on  Wednesday.  G. li. Benny, superinfendantof roads,  left for Nelson ou Tuesday last on official  iiBnuBH.  ������������������������������������:.'*'' ''...'  Mrs. B. M. Reid and Utile daughter  returned home on Sunday last from . a  months - visit to relatives at Trenton.  Ont. 'yy"':' '"' ���������". "��������� ;y,  SKlRTS.-^Wo have just opssed out  a uiue line of wen's negliRee shirts in  the Intent styles and patterns. All Bizes  as Attractive pt:cee, -  Tha membera of the Fraternal Order  of KnightR of Pythias will march to thi  Jiet-iodipt Chnroh fo: serrice aest Sunday evening.  UNFINISHED BUSINESS���������Croston  Gun Olub. -  W. P. Teetzel, government agent,  a^oonipitnied by Mra. Teetzel. ware arrivals in Oreston by Sunday'* noon train,  returning to NelBon the same day. '  J. Ohernngton and family left  for  Spokane on Snnday Inst.   Mr. Qherring  ton return d home oft Tuesday, whle  Mrs.   Ohemugton may remain ou a  short visit. I  The Bev. D. W. Boott, formerly  of Ore-ton. left here on Sunday for  Port Hammond, B 0., where he will re*  ���������Hide in future. He waa aocompanled by  Mrs. Soott and family.  Mios Foote and Miss Elliott, pf Nelson, stopped off the noon train on Suit*  day hut to see tbe beauties of Oreston.  They retnrnod to Nelson by the" after-  ������ wn train.  Whon Barnes Cook, fire warden, was  in Cranbrook recently, ha toofe with  him a sample of fall wheat for exhibition  in Onnbrook. The wheat waa 37 inohes  iu height. In the near futuro Ur. Cook  will take some apples to Cranbrook also,  Miaa 1#. M. Soott, Trained Nurse, of  Rathweil hospital, Manitoba, is ready  forene-afementsof any kind, Maternity a  apaoiality. Apply Mia* L. M. boott,  general delivery, Morie, B.O.  The baseball tnafoh played last Bun*  day afternoon between tha Port Hill  team and tha Crestou team resulted in a  victory for Port Hill fry a score of twenty tn thirteen.  Mr. Raneber has it aver ooiurred to  Ton that yon can save money by using  a OM'horaa plo v t Your boy oan una it  and earn Jost aa tnnoh for yon aa * man.  Iu stook at Oarrer'a harneat and Impla-  want atora,  theuce easterly alone a&ldrlKhtor way to Um  placscf beslaalB������r,ftad coatainlna WO Acres,  more or leaa.  '  "~* "    CHA8. MOO&S  iS. A. M. TOTJSSa ...  J.T. BUBO103B  O. A. M. YOVSQ. A������ent  Revifew  NOTICE  In the matter of an application for the Issue  Ofa duplicate Certificate of Title to an undivided & of Block 2 (except 10 acres) and of  Blocks i. 3,5 and 6 of Jjot 993. Group 1, Map  <������8aKootenay District.- :  Koiloe is hereby given tbat it Is my Intention to IgMue at the expiration of one. month  after tbe first publication hereof a duplicate  of .the Certificate cf Title ta the above men.  Honed land in the name of Guy Lowenbeiv,  which Certificate la dated the IBth of March.  19C6, and numbered ttttti*.'      --,  8A.MUELROE  "Land Registry Office,   :      District Kegistrar  Kelson. B.C.. June 2nd. WW ���������  FOR BjftXK.���������Tan (aores of Frnit Land  at Canyon Oity. on Blook 812, being Lot  19, Ov*r ona aor������ Reared and partly  cultivated with Yagatables���������Apply R.  Lang lands, Canyon City, or to Rot R.  W. Lea,'Bos IS, Hosmar.  ,       a*;  B  '"tments  Fourteen Rooms now  ready for "Roomers "  in the Baast Block.  All are iurnisbed.  Hot and Cold Baths  FRANK   BAST  Strawberry  Pickers .   .  Highest   Wages   Paid  Quarters   for families  provided.  R..5. BEVAN, 82&T  Willaithar Banc or Sell ch?r.p, *X  aores ot developed orchard, with five-  roomed modern bungalow and $}4 acre**  of good frnit land���������For farther particulars apply to J. 'Dsirbyebiro, Oreston,  B.O.. . ,,.;,. y. ���������:.-.,(,:;:  FOR SALE���������Tha furniture and oon-  tents of the boardlng-hauoe at Sirdar,  coasisti&s of 98 rooms, bedroom seta |  also kitchen and fitting room furniture.  For further pastteskr^s apply,fa*? *he  "Raflow."        ''''���������i'y'; .y-V'''   Y'y'  FOR 3AL1S���������At a snap, a buaiuoM  property inCraeton; ideally sltnatsd in  the haiurt of ths businsas ssotion. It*  ooueiste of a largo store buildlog, two  storsye, and thrss town lets; oaabehad  now for Sl.fBO. In -iwo reara -will ba.  worth doable that amount. For further  parUoalers spply at ihe Esvisr eSee, ,:  STRAWB1BB* PLANTSn ' '-.  X have pTopagitUd for sale, mudar fajr^  orable eoudltions, f of *h������ flrsl time, B.  U. X������UoggOo/������ lOOi atraln of thorangh  brad fadlgraa ���������trawhWry, plaate. Bena*  tar Danlepe, #10.00 per thoasaa*. flO.b.,  Wyaad������l, ������.a.. '���������������������������a^-;v:        y y:y  dan also eupply ftaiai������to loo pianse  to eaeh eus.tonisr a������������e. p������f plant, peat or  exprasa prepaid, of %ha following varie-  ties *  ttote, War$fM*i\ %f������������ ***^  BHdfo, BtdtrwooJXCt** SttdUnf, Mb  Thomtw<St*&n'$foi*/%*'Hpion> Car-  <tln*t, Virm(nfo'Ml4ii0f*tto*>'      ���������'   -.  I ^vl^ ttp*������rliaet''ting *crith a few of  thaaa plaalTlB your garden. ��������� v y  6. J. WIGBN, OroatoM, B.C.  THE  ������,  ��������� -'   m ai ''AX. m ���������'       '- ������  K I ly������  .... ... ElyyVyvy  ������������������ JL; \*^/: ,y l y iJLi^fi3^MyX$  &:������  -,'A  Stamping and  Land Clearing  From $50 to $125  *Per Acre  Plowing and Harrowing  Dons by the Acre  All work guaranteed dono promptly  and thoronghlr.  T. W. QUAIFE  CRESTON  SjarvUea Next Baadav.  t s*raahyt������fl������> Church  Barvlees wUl ba held lm tha Praaby  terian Okarjh on Sunday next.   Moro-  lug servioe, 11 am.;   Evening aerrlet,  7.80 p.������m. , Bnaday aehool at������ 80 p.m.  T. O. McLsod, Pastor.  '���������������'���������" -  , '.-:.'-i^yV'i  Mathadlat Church  tarvlosa on Snnday next: Morning at  11 a.m. i Sunday Sohool, at 8,80 p.m.;  Bf-ealng Bervlea, 7.80 p.m. ., \  Adalt Bible Olaas, 8.S0 to 4 80 p.m.  F J Rutwsavcaii, paater (  Charak af Bag land  ������1?i-. ������������,|M (M tka mtw aoiiiooL.  HOUSBt-~������awia*e, Buuday June lUlh  (8rd -Banday after Trinity) i Mating  aad Bermon, 11 a.m. t Sondar aehool In  Sohoolhousa; lveaaoag aad Barmen,  7.80 p.m.  ' VinUm*Q, WUxyuM,fUtmf,  A. B. Fenwiok, of Fort Stoole, Dis.  triot Depnty Grand Master pf the Fraternal Order of MtiBona, wee paying a  visit to Crouton tho ond of laat weok!*  Mr, Fenwiok returned to Fort Steele on  Sunday last. He ruiya that the immodl.  ate prospect of railway conBtrnotlon In  the Foirr Stoolo dintrlct bna brou������ht new  life into tbat dlatriot. HoVpredlots an  un nrocedouted ' stato;'���������' of proopority at  Fort Btoolo in tho immediate futuro,  I  **<������#4>**e ���������>������������>>��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� W  Get  ::  Journal  A Whole Year  For Ten Cents  < *  is  t������t Canada's bs������t poultry papsr. The  only paper in tha world printed ON  THkVakM. The only pf*y*r In the  world ertttsd by u man who Is In ooi������.  sunt tuueh with ths work lie talks -  about,. ���������   *      ���������  i poultry  ih know*  success,  '.you ean  ud to your  oii Ink.  ,   ���������    _    ,  -    Thai's  ptMtieally showing you bow you eau  ly mass  indsti  aaular ������  Mil of poultry.  tat SMS for rmtpbtnif doll v*M-U'      .  w   SddreM^BKK,howlohatoli theelilelc  i ana and hew to raise tliam.  sndstsneer   ular HubserltMir and make monsy  easily mates money  V Hands tan eents to  " eHI  i,  ^. .....    ins     _      UaviBW and addreis your subierlptlou  nts today and bosom* a  ritver and make tai  V'haii writing. pIsms mention the  IDS  Tlja Parwara' Homa Journal  OkutMaat, oar., Uamaoa.  WfVMfTTMWIISSffTfTTTTf1  $������������<>������4*������������������^>������������������������������������������������������������������������������aoao������������������������������������������������+*������������������+++������+������������������aoa  Ma-jfipCnmo  iiiaitu wvtiiu  Aj.v<  Quick Money \  By nabbing  Before the Spring rush is on  39 tots in Blocjk* 8, Schofield Avenue; in the.  Townsite '-bP&iftStou. Tliese Lots are the legn-  lation size and can be had now at $^S cftch,  Terma���������$35 Cash and $10 per month, with  interest at the rate of 6 per cent; per annum on  deferred payments. These ������ota are all high  and dry, and in six months will be celling at  $iaS.   Look into this proposition at once.  Call and inspect ouritffixofFmfc Lands  in Weeks of from t to 640 acres  'I,,'*.' ,"���������**'..    -'\   ly.i ' i       '���������   '     -   v "'    '   ''',: J' ���������   ; ,  "*   Buy Now nnd profit by the Spring Kush  List your property witli us,   We can sell it  i  l..it.n...T,  ���������          '         ���������������������������-..  ���������f^^'aaj������ija%-ia%alejma a^aa I     ' #1% |A |J[ '       I* j������\.'  i^rssion La no vq������  '���������'Messrs.-Johnson and,'.ScautoK '  .' x "..���������'' ���������":'���������" y       i      ������������������.',. ���������, .:,," ���������, ...'.:'.':.:;���������;. ^  WW^WW*f^^rWWWW W WW W 'W ������*r*TF*r*F*FV#*ip Tfff w WT*eee*������ 9W9W >ffV  "  I  ) I  MIIWWIWTO'MNIWiWi^  H^KWHjWViM **';,  '.iii\;; V-


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