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Array ���������A ^���������r-   noW ambug the Indians and tubercular  |i^i^<|js|^^  the  Indians are enjoying good health  W^iXMX^;AX^^^L^XMM^XY^yXu^AV  :vw:a.^Jyxg,  'AXA$^^^mm^iwmi������XXXxXXXyx  PRESIDENT RODGERS EXPRESSES  Board of Trade rooms in Speers' block,  il^^eMi^a^^  Secretary Fowler were iboth;'preserit,::De-  ^^^^i^^^^^M^ :aSxIM  X sy^'^RhiH^Husss^X-vvjAyyvyyA' ."��������� yyy vAyA*y?vS  |||g||#]fch^  and before the trahsactipn of business..  ������rwid|ntyl^^  ���������yxyf-yy^yy iao$bi^  ^KTh^  ^my^ny^Ml^and' adaptedi; ai^^i^i'  ^nhmbp������pi3^  Hobden  ������$ui>li<&tiOT^  ^3|a*;<^st^^yb^^  ik.i(^^X'^:ifA^^YXy:!:^yyyxAy%X}XyYAi Y:X ��������� XAiigyiR;.  for the   publioity  fi  .; s.:.f.',-.v...-f;-. yy^r^iW^^Sy  ;th^|th^had^!|   ing a considerable ;t  ;^;^;:JcibSi3o^  says that he has had  season about strawberries  'arrang^forf&m^  ,:.,y,.yi..;y...yy- "������������������'���������'���������-������������������������������������-������������������^^  Vofrt&^adi^  the af**ent that they would do alHh their  *'.v-.���������*������������������'t-;~.**-t?.������,,i'...^'.''v,v\i '������������������:.' 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Guibf'utfi k ^'vcry',.^^  '1ilmeVitt^.%^  Tallinn Agent;   Hb  v:.'-:v'':AA.;:ny*;-'  ,'*';*.V'T<iliiS'-fc':  vj:!',V(iI.-  ���������VV.  ; 'i. j-'  **. -...iv tj *vAi{i* '^,*  ., fU.'.v.i, ,XW  mx  XyAxA  ���������..'; -\-y...;  :-.���������KCi���������.,^���������C���������B.,:.  ���������'Mi*., t't-.U. ���������  ISIF;1"'!'  ,,*.i,i,.i.Vh,h,v  ^%1^  iMiili' *.:'-.1:;t?-*-.^.::'V:u*:-  'T-XT'O  i^y^fcs^N  Combining different materials is one  of tbe season's styles that has apparently met with most marked approval.  There is much that is practical in the  idea, for often the material most satisfactory for skirt and coat is quite impossible for the waist, and a thinner  fabric for the waist would be impracticable in a skirt. Foulard and serge, elotli  and satin, make effective combinations.  Voile de^soie and liberty satin is another popular combination, and the  manufacturers have most kindly furnished the same shades in all leading  colors, so that the task of selecting just  the right shades is not so difficult as  mUrht be expected.  Simple aud dainty but smart and becoming is one of the models for a voile  de   soie  and   liberty  satin gown.    The  padour silk, satin or net or the plain  cloth of silver pr gold or silver net the  most delightfully ������col and mysterious  effects of coloring can be obtained, so  that the all black gown can be varied  in many ways. In aU black it can be  very smart and original simply by combining different materials, while, as be-  for stated, the colored linings add ft  most unusual and charming color effect.  Some women contend the all black gown  has a depressing effect upon their spirits. This season they cannot but admit  its charm, for not only can the too  | sombre appearance they object to be  relieved by the colored lining, but by a  touch cf color in the waist or belt, for  belts of contrasting color are once again  popular.  _Uie Ll.i|joralc null '-*������������ -jli.ip'ns crc displayed in ahxrp contrast this, season, but  th.u tho elaborate designs are the most  popul.ir for the moment cannot be g.vin-  saiil, a::d tbe woman who rejoices in  simple lines und the plainer effects has  a h.ird task to find just what she wati'u,  to copy in the latest models ihat arc displayed.  fortunately there are still remaining  conservative tailors who cannot be  swerved from their fixed belief in certain  1 emulation styles, that vary Surprisingly  little from year to year, so that tbe  plain tailor costume is always a good investment, but it must, be correct in line  and perfect in cut and fit. Coats ave  shorter than last ye.tr, even in the conservative tailor model*; skirts have  pleats in preference to b^ing absolutely  piain wad tight fitting, and the belted  Xorfo'.k jacket and Russian blouse cos-  or tine of AtheysneckiedViweeds A These rare  all servlceabteniat^  cdfor tailorysu^^  the shirtywaists bfyiin<^  a suit is prettiest j pf course', when made  Withytheplait^  a half inches from the ground. '"'"'''  The new 'type of coat this spring is  cut much shorter than it was early this  winter, and the tendency is to have the  garment conform more closely to the  lines of the figure. The three-quarters  eollarless fitted garment, with the seams  curved in slightly at the waist, long  rolling revcrs, which come down to the  waist line. There are also a number of  modifications of the Russian stylos.  Some of the coats blouse slightly in  fiont, and havo the plaited bucks* A  few are buttoned at the side, but the  Russian coats will not meet with general  favor for spring and summer uso, as  they will bu found too warm for late  woar. Models also aro shown of the  blazer order which was so popular a fow  seasons ago. This style is particularly  adapted for summer wear.   -  ��������� V. Nar rpwv silkjyfriiig^isy)^  many bf ;y tli^new^sti^^  bohig'toVsbft&vS-j^  ;  Feti-v areAag^  parentyunders!^^  in the' sumiiiefcfr^fe  Billows of fluffy" materials arid cob-"  v.-r.bby laces enhance nearly every lin-  goiio frock now,being shown.  Vtils for wear with Easter bonnets  are many of them more extremo in the  siyp of the mesh than ever.  Siir.llow yokes of net, lace, or fine em-  broideries arc a feature of nurny of the  ni'w dresses. Sleeves on the latest models are short.  tumse are txhilcic-d as the !atcat styles.  butt be it understood, not. to the exclusion of the regulation plain eoat aud  skirt costumes.    Sleeves are larger than  upper pn^t cf the skirt and the lower | i<>st season, and for the more elaborate  part of the waist are of the- voile de j costumes the three-quarter length sleeve  soie, while the lower part of the skirt } 5s popular, but with the plain costume  and the yoke, upper sleeves and pleat  in the front of the waist are oi tbe  satin. The waist line is in its normal  position, the belt of crashed satin or  velvet, finished with* a fancy buckle- All  tlie lines of this gown are exceedingly  simple, but it is a simplicity that implies perfection of taste and good dressmaking.  Cloth and chiffon are not a new combination of materials, but this year the  method of which they are made up Is  absolutely new.   All the ck>th3 used at  ���������present     aro    of   the   softest,   lightest  ���������weave, and in truth cachemire de soie  is generally chosen in preference if the  etyle of gown demands any draped folds,  for the draperies must all fall in soft,  graceful lines not possible if any   too  heavy or thick material is chosen.   The  body of the waist mode in chiffon is so  much cooler and more comfortable    in  warm weather, even though it must be  worn over a boned and perfect fitting  w������i������t,  thut it is only roraarkoble    the  fasliion did not gain stronger foothold  long since.   A charming model of a cloth  and chiffon gown is made in one of tho  newest shades of deep rose color.   Over  the silk lining is a plain strip of chif-  ffrt.   The double overskirt of caohemiro  do  frfiic ������v cloth  is caught up  at the  left side with a broad satin ribbon that  starts from undor tlio pointed' girdle of  satin.    The waist of chiffon is in the  new cut that has sleeves and waist in  ono.   Brood satin bands embroidered in  silk the feftmc color as the gown trim  skirt and waist, and if all one oolor is  too trying then bands of embroidered  heavy crcaui laco are substituted.  Mauve, blue and gray are three other*  colors chosen for this model, which Iuib  alBO been copied in black with success.  All black gowns aro always smart in  summer, when the thin transparent  materials in black are in fascinating  variety. Again is chiffon combined with  cachemiro do soio or liberty satin, nnd  most charming results aro obtained.  Voile de ho'ip is just a trifle heavier  than chiffon, but in both materials thero  arc many different qualities, tfach and  all of which combine perfectly with  heavier fabrics.   Mado over whito pom-  only the regulation length coat sleeve ie  considered correct.  The long shawl rover Las given way to  the turned down velvet collar and either  narrow, short revers or no rovers at all  Pockets are rather distinctive of the latest fashions and are edged with a piping  of velvet to match the collar, while a contrast in the color is very smart. A light  apricot serge or cloth is trimmed with  velvet collar and pipings of a much darker shade, even a deep red b^ing used, the  same idea being carried ont in gray or  light tar., with darker gray. J.nd brow h  respectively.  The finish of the \vaist at the waist  line demands close attention in the new  gowns; the one piece gown still lives,  though there are many more waist and  skirt gowns made up than there were  last year, but always, be it understood,  so constructed that the belt hides the  joining of the two. While the normal  waist line is once again fashionable, long  waisted effects are not yet popular, and  the belts are wide and high on i/lte  waist.  Draped satin and silk belts and bodices  ar������ for the moment popular. Whether  they -will so continue cannot be told, -for  it ia always the most becoming that is  chosen. Then there is more of a full soft  effect fashionable this season; all waists  show a alight blouse over tho belVindl-  eating rather than outlining tho figure.  The BOft materials are especially effective in these stylos, whilo the heavier arc  best if or the tighter fitting draped waists.  Arc skirts- moro fashionable long or  short? is a question anxiously asked of  Dame Fashion. Short for the street, long  for tho houso, is tho almost too comprehensive answer to such inquiries-. Tlio  practical, general wear street gown is  short, but not exaggeratedly eo; tho  afternoon reception gown U far smarter  mado long, but again not of exaggerated  length. Foulard, voile de ������oie and gowns  of light materials have short skirts, short  enough to just clear the ground, but  these aru not of tho elab,>v.i.*ii order suitable for formal afternoon entertainments.  lt U claimed by the practical woman  that u gown with two skirts, one short  and one* long, ia a wonderful Investment  Tlio plan w far more feasible for winter  than for summer, but enn bo carried out  in summer material1*. Another so-culled  practical scheme is the prlncefls gown of  lihorty satin, ovor which are worn different coots of laco, chiffon or voilo. As this  last fasliion in best carried out when the  coats or overdresses���������fqr such thoy aro���������  are most costly, ranging from iHlKu* upward, It can scarcely bo damned with tbo  economical possibilities for tho Bprln><,  nnd summer wardrobe, but it is smart all  the same, A. T. Ashman*.  NfcGKWEAR.  It is a pretty fashion to go about with  the neck uncovered when the neck is fit  to be uncovered. Many women have  found it far more comfortablo and becoming in reality than theory and are  delighted that it is so.  There are many reasons iu favor of an  uncovered neck. It is healthful, it ia a  protection of tho skin of the neck, and  keep-* it fr������,*w *������?;n*:njj wrinkles* and tho  red lines brought on by wearing tbo stiff  bones. Then, besides," it affords an excuse for wearing such enchanting neck-  we.u*.  The Dutch neck is not in much favor,  though it is seen. It is the medieval or  found one that is the neck of the season. Care must be exercised in cutting  ���������this sieck, for where it is cut in too  close to tho base of the neck the effect  ia most unbecoming. Nearly every face,  pretty or plain, needs a littlo dip "of the  collar; in front, ihe newest fashion is  ������.o ci������.u ...is necK about a quarter of an  inch, out below the neckband and finish  it with a three inch plaited collar, edged  with lace. This is finished in front with  a bow of ribbon or chou jof tulle. Tulle  is not a suitable adorment for office  wear, however, so the ribbon should be  the ehoice of the woman in business.  It would not seme necessary to watch  f"lf%eftl,Tr    -fcl^**     rt%-rt^.4-     AiiOlnA     ������*������    ������.      nnllnv .  \.������V"*~%j .FMV.       X.....V.W      VUVM..W       ^IM.       .W       ^������SAA.*������  that is, where it rests on the shoulders  ���������and yet it is might important to do  so. The line from the ear to the shoulder has much to do with the correct  poise of one's head. It indicates the  wav the head is set on the shoulders,  and this line should be carefully preserved if lovely and carefully improved if defective.  Since the stiffly starched collars have  been out for the last few seasons, it is  interesting to note the difference in the  conditions of women's necks. In the  days when stiffly starched collars were  generally worn there were few women,  even young women, who possessed a  white and unspotted neck. *  By the way, harpins will -be widely  worn with these new eollarless gowns.*  In nlace of the simple pearls or enamels  that have been worn so long these pins  are definitely Egyptian, made mostly  of green turquoise and" gold.  ������EW PARASOLS.  .Their time is  coming.  They arc lovelier than ever this season. '  Many now ones havo foulard covers.  Handles aro longer and larger than  over.  White ones show ivory-tippad ribs.  Rings aro sometimes used to hold tho  tip-* together.  Pongee sunshades arc very fashionable; many of thom aro lined with silk  in contrasting colors.  "Advice to Girls."  '���������Courtship" is itho latent subject added to bho curriculum of girl-,' ���������secondary  schools in Japan. Some of the advice  given to Japanese maiden-* iu as follows:  The woll-bred girl will not hand  round her photographs ito her admirer**,  neither will slie accopt theirs.  Should she bo so unfortunate as to fall  in lovo boforo becoming engaged sho  must be careful to conceal the fact, and  hear dn mind that a, proposal of mar-  riugo* can never come from her.  An English sohool teacher, impressed  by this Japanese advice, suggests a few  precepts for English nraidems with,  whom she has ltad long and intimate experience.   Hea- maxims are:  Do not giggle at-������*v-ery num* who fci introduced to you ias though he is some  strange animal ov must as a matter of  course be your admirer.  Learn to meet a young man frankly  and treat 'him in a sisterly way unless  there is some very definite reason for  supposing he wishes to marry you.  Do not think too much of any ona  man and imagine yourself in. love because you think at is duo to your self-  respect to pose as owning an admirer.  Bo proud of 'belonging to yourself till  the rigfht man comes, and be frfciids with  all boys.  Most certainly do not hand round  photographs to every Tom, Dick and  Harry with, whom you dance or play ten.  nis. Iteniembe-r, roamy bachelor rooms  are adorned with crowds of "dear little  girls" whose stories are talked over with  other men and women.  Never let any man think you cannot  do without himtili he becomes your bus-  band.  Above all, do not be in a hurry to get  married. You may miss the best thing  .n life through being in a. hurry.  Don't bo afraid of being an old maid.  - .       ��������� ������ ������  DANCE OF THE DEAF MUTES.  re a  .Farmer,  VRJllY NOT?   You ouiilifc to hov  ������ v    'p'.ioae i:i your home, Mr. Fani  ���������ouj-lit to have a * Northern Electric " No. 1317 Type  Telephone Set.  Wc want you to lincw  about this instrument���������tlie  ���������plione tliat cost 810.000  and montlisof patienteltcrt  on the part of the best telephone engineers in ths  country ereit waa perfected  It's not a question of do you reed a  "phone: the problem for you is: "Why  ia the "Northern Ulectric better than  other 'phones?"  If youll let va we'll answer thtit for  you���������we'll ttll you all the details-, of our  receiver, transmitter, generator.    Tinners,     gongs,  Bwltc'i-'hoolS'jyMid    tvery  other part-^S-c'U go into  sj������.      t',e particulars for you-���������  rgj'ta   tell you why each part 19  3?.,,,    ,bettQr���������what its particular  advantages are.  Simply write ns thot yon  want Bulletin No. 3133 and  you'll get the story complete by return  mail. Kemember. we send this book  FKER. All it costs you Is one single  cent for a post card.  Scad it to-Cai*.  Manufacturers end suppliers ot all apparatus and equipment need in &o coa������  atruction sed maintenance of Telephone and Pow er Plantsi Aiitett nearest of flee.  a      MONTREAL TORONTO   REGINA VANCOUVER WINNIPEG  Cor.KetreUaBKianaGssrSts. 6������ Front St. W. CAX^AHV ^SPKicrSLW. =9S*I^K=Ass,  SEEN   IN  THE SHOPS OF  PARIS.  Colored embroideries are fashionable.  In the new hats many round crowns  are seen.  Foulard is coming, in for something of  its old time popularity.  Linings must be as soft as they can  be made nnd as clinging.  Black and white and white both promise to be fashionable veiling colors.  The popularity cf the embroidery robe  is more marked .than ever before.  Tiny white linen buttons are used on  the new linen suits and house gowns.  Tine grasses and big vivid colored  wheat groups are used on the new hats  "Wash laces, used in combination with  embroidery, aro strong for BummoT  weoi'.  3.tfiillot8 or tights aro modish, made of  jersey or silk or woollen woven goods.  All' smart dresses, waists and suits arc  trimmed in tho now Hussion side effects.  Marquisettes, linen, homespuns, all  now appear in chockB, both gun club and  shepherd.  Hand embroidery und protty lacos arc  tho dominant noteu iu many of the new  blouses.  An odd fancy of tlio moment is tlio uso  on dressy toilets of bolts of varnished  leather. ' 1 ' '���������!��������� I1'/''  A now laco grenadine, moro often called not than grenadine, is shown among  tlio new materials.  Tho soft sorgos and cashmere aro used  to build traveling cOBtumcs f6r tho  warm spring days.  A Ballroom Different From Others Because it Was Voiceless.  "If you want to see a strange sight,  go upstairs," said the doorman of" a  Brooklyn hall on a recent Saturday evening. 7    - *  The reception,hall was thronged with  women and men in evening attire. The  ballroom rang with the strains of an inspiring twostep.   Waiters hurried among  glowed, lips framed unuttercd exclamations of delight, and light- feet * told of  lighter hearts. No frolic .>f schoolgirls  ever was happier than this dance.  Among the guests were a number of  persons who had made their mark. There  were two sisters who aie irtzsts and illustrators; another woman who has succeeded as a designer of silver, a partner  in a firm of photographers, a member ot  a publishing concern, the proprietor of a  unique periodical, the owner of a manufactory employing 500 persons. '  How can the deaf dance without the  sound of music? Do they feel the vibration? Have they a keener sense of  ...ythui <.han the person of normal hearing9 Theso questions were answered  by one of the members -of tbe society. *  , The deaf do not feel the vibrations to  the extent popularly believed, he said.  Many of them learn to dance when  young and accustom themselves to  rhythmic movements without the aid of  music. Furthermore, the deaf are natural imitators. They are quick of vision  and almost instinctively follow the motions observed in others. Some have  learned to keep time in dancing by  watching the beat of a baton.  While the vibration of drums and  large brass instruments may be felt by  some if near by, the waves are not perceptible further away. * Accordingly an  orchestra or music of any description is  largely an ornament for the eye.. The  only useful member of an orchestra for a  deaf mute dance would be the leader  with his rhythmic baton, and even he  would not be necessary.  AN UNUSUAL HOBBY.  As  Snail   Eating   Prisoners;  When James O'Connor, M. P., whose  death has just occurred, could be moved  to a reminiscent mood he had many  stories to tell of Lthe days of his penal  servitude.    When ^the .Fenians were  in  the table* iu the gallery overlooking the   j,arkhurst it wa& during-the time or a  dancers.  It was a typical ballroom 'scene save  in one feature.   It was voiceless.  Except for the music of tho orchestra  nnd the slide of gliding feet no sound  arose. It was a dance of the deaf mules,  the annual social gathering of the National Fraternal Society of the Deaf. The  assembly numbered over 550 persons,  gathered from various part's of Greater  New York and its vicinity who with few  exceptions were deaf and dimib.  A silent dance���������tho phrase jars, for tha  mind naturally associates dancing with  joyous laughter. But only the voices  were    stilled.       Eyes    laughed, cheeks  very spare, not to say starvation, pri  son diet, and O'Connor, who himself was  a man of small -appetite, did not suffer  such pangs of hunger as some of his associates. According to his own account  of things he constantly gathered snails in  order to appease the hunger of his fellow prisoners.���������From the London Globe.  Life is.Too Short.  Thoro isn't any Hung in the theory t'nit  children will grow up to be grateful for  the whippings they get; this is a fairly  healthful country but people don't live  long enough for that.���������Atchison Globe.  st There Are* Few" Collectors' ;j&f  Old Gilt Articles. ~ "  "In all my, hunting after old" gilt ^articles I have never met any one else who  In." )  was on ths same quest," saya'a writer* iu  the Queen. "Not only that, but they  are few and far between who seem to  know 'anything at all about it.  "As a rule each piece is very much'  discolored and in no way inviting to*  those who are not interested in this particular hobby: then again it is often a,  lottery buying anything when the things  are perfectly coaled with a* brown and  sooty substance without a _ glimmer of  gold showing. *_  "If the price is low enough there da f_ -  not much harm done; but it requires a   -'  very diplomatic person to' negotiate * a /  really successful purchase in these keen A ,  business times.   All the old gilt articles   ������������������  aro well coated with 18 carat gold, ao\  that when once thoroughly clean they  do not tarnish for years.  "The method in old days for .gilding  metal  was to  amalgamate  pure   gold,  with quicksilver by boiling the gold in *.  six times its weight of - quicksilver, then' "  it was squeezed through chamois leather,*  when it became like stiff clay in substance, iu which state it is Ane most convenient for being weighed into suitable  portions for "the number of articles to-  be gilded, j  Before  this  substance  will.j;:  attach itself to metal objects a solution*  of mercury is absolutely necessary (call-^  cd by operatives 'quick water'); to tliis'f  amalgamated surface mercury and gold',.  amalgam closely adhere.  "The articles are put    into a    deep  earthen pan (glazed), with a little quick'  water and amalgam;;the whole is then  well stirred with either a brush or a  stick  until  each piece  is  well coated  with the amalgam.   After drying with...  warm sawdust the articles are put into a X,  gilding, cage, which is enclosed in a red ~  hot iron cylinder and made very secure.  "If the articles- are to have a dull^ or  oxidized effect they are kept in the cage '  longer and occasionally token out to be-  shaken together, which causes the dull,  effect. This shaking together'-process')  is called heightening. Steel and ,,irony?  articles are gilt by being immersed in a''  mixture of nitromuriatc _of gold-"with '  sulphuric ether or alcohol. ^By combining ^  these liquids'a solution of "gold is formed  from which the metal'is precipitated by  iron and steel."' A'    "'   ,*        . i  .    .   ���������������������������������  ,   Ouportunity may ''knock ' again,- but  da Times-Union.  AN ODD SPRING ������UIT.  Tlio ftkotch tihowft u nlmnlo wulk-  in-* Hult mndo of vallum cloth, und  edited with brown  brufri.   Tlio  gruco  oi il,.; cc;it c.";pc-r*Ja1y f1*:v������<M������ *m th������  out. Th������ nkirt In Hliftlitly autliorod  Into tho brand ftcani band nt tlio  knoo ond tho untrio nrrnngcuient  is  ������i -i-ft-ft **���������**.  BUSINESS GIRLS' CLOTH CO.  Ono of tho most difficult of tho problems that confronts tho avorago buslnoon  girl is tho problem of clothoa. It is tlio  duty of ovory girl In business to look  her host, Thia doC3 not mean that tlio  well dressed biiBlnoss girl or woman  miiHfc neeosarlly bo tho ono who sponds  tho most on hor clothoB, but rathor tlio  ono who knows how to select them oo  that thoy uro simple as well an becoming.  The girl whose wardrobo is not lnrgo  ia often apt to mako hor first mistake  in buying cheap material of a color or  weavn that Is tlio fancy of tho moment.  Instead, whoro only one now gown may  bo hnd during tho Hoaaon, it should bo  of a fnbrio that will ntand wear, and of  a color of which neither thu wunror nor  tho onlooker will grow weary. It is n  groat extravagance to havo a frock  made In tin* *������rtrn������nn of fimhlon, for tho  extreme noon goes out, mid tho girl has  a com-ptflunuK, inappropriate gown on  hor lmiuli*.  Thero is no getting away from tho  fact thut tho tailor auit ls an Important  Item In thn biulncm girl'* wnrdrobo, For  curly Bjirlng, summer and autumn ������ tail*  or null in wikii of the light weight tttatT-  Itiln is n noco������������lty.   It may be of mohair  The Ingredients Used In  Medicinal and Toilet Preparations are of tlie same high quality a  druggist uses in filling your physician's prescriptions.  as those  uguiu uw*U at the quaiat hijh grade 1 In ono of the protty invjiillo checks, or  ol a ������<*rvf*mbl������ ������luuW of gray Uomwpun,   thb ff<mu.  OHARMINQ DRAPED ONE-PIEOE  GOWN.  This oh arm ins Jroolc is mado of  gray cloth \n a delicate fthado with  un 'Immense motif of yollow luoo sot  at tho left on tho skirt and at odROU  of tho bodtoo. Tho yoko and ������hort  i������l������tovu������������ tuo oi uUto law, and Vh*  U*id*r������klrt l������ of nrny ������ilk with larg*  groan loavon. lllaclc ntvtin lolda nnd  pipings givo  tho  doclslvo tcuch  to  your  The National Drug and Chemical  Company supplies the greater part of  the drugs dispensed by the physicians  and druggists of Canada, and it is  probable tliat tho ingredients used by  your own druggist iu hits prescription  work came from our warehouses.  I>rom these same warehouses come ,ft���������      w,��������� MANK  the ItiprrprHj'ntft used by our 'expert     n  chemists in compounding NA-DR.U-CO preparations.  Every ounce of material used in every NA-DRU-CO  article is the be������t thut our skilled buyers can select  from tho world's markets.  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REVIEW.  ;���������  *������  ave  rom the ^ea  - ^  ���������WM*^MmpnMWMM>*������--MHaiMMMB������MlliMMBaMMiMMMfeMMaMkJ*Mli^  CHAPTER I.1  What a mad night,it wast Great  heaven t what a fierce, mad gale it was  that raged that night all along the, south  scaat. The wind shrieked and tore up  channel like a pack,of demons yelling  and whirling in "the hideous' orgies oi a  jbince of death, driving the flood-tide on  before i*s, tossing up the angry sea into  Etountains of foaming breakers, that  fted themselves like the monsters' of  a fevered dream, poising above their  prey," then hurling the white-capped  mass of whter' down upon their fated  v&ctixns, whether that were rock or  beach* human handiwork or human  lives.       ' ,  It' had blown a gale all dayx and in  Ihe early morning some of the .Brighton  boatmen had said "the wind would sink  at sunset���������it was just the last gasp of  ^jfche September gale;" bu*2 when night  came, black aB pitch, and wilder than  ever, they ware forced to change their  note, and men and women, in the scat-  terea crowd that began tc gather aU  along tha sea frontage, looked at each  other, and many a careless lip, that perhaps rarely whispered a prayer, breathed  & d������ep, hushed "heaven help those at  *  sea to-night/"''  Harkl ��������� What was -that? The deep  boom of a gun out at sea, heard through  all the roar of wind and water���������once���������  twice���������that awful sound of woe that  made those men who had till now remained la-doors spring to their feet with  blanched cheeks, and rush forth to swell  the crowd without.   <  '���������Girls, I'm off! I can't etand that signal Of distress!" cried a gentleman who,  with two fair young girls, had been  watching the gale from a handsome  ftjiit sitting room in. the Bedford JioteL  "I am "physician still, if I am retired,  and I'may be of use. Give me my fur  ���������cap, my daughter; and, Blanche, hand  me out that brahdy flask���������quick!  Thanks."  And Dr. Roland Clifford hurried out.  His thews and sinews might be of use  as well as his skill, for he -was ������*~,fines  powerfully built man of the Danish type,  and not "more than four or five-and-  forty.  It was a densely dark night, and the  wind drove the foam in a blinding white  mist of spray right in-shore. That and  the pitiless fury of the gale made it an  absolute "Utttle with the elements to  snake headway at all to the beach���������such  of it as was still uncovered���������below the  green opposite Brunswick Terrace. But  as thither the people were streaming, on  that part also Dr. Clifford bore down as  best he "could. r <-  Flambeaus were almost impossible,  and men with lanterns moved about,  throwing a fitful, luri dglare here and  there, ������which,only deepened the darkness  around. ���������*  "But where is she���������the vessel?" asked  Dr. Clifford of an old boatman. "Koth-  fng can live long iu  * as*t"his."  "No.^  ch a boiling sea  sir; I'm afeared nothing can.  They made three tries to launch the  life-boat afore they could get her off,  and now heaven only knows where she  or the vessel are! They senfup rocket*  hererwhen the gun went, and we could.. .. ���������  just make her out, sir, -straight afore I ������r������f r"* .    -., *.������������������������_ (������.  ,,= w��������� iii*���������**.**  Jt������������r i���������i,n������iW,im(l   blt5 he a a splendid fodowl ,  ing. A thousand' lives seem to each to  be crowded into that short span of time,  as they caught glimpses of the long lifeboat, now down, now up; pitching, tossing, lost, it seemed, one second; the  next she poised on the crest of the incoming billow, and the captain's order  was heard above aii the xoas cf ihe elements:  "Now, men, give way!"  It is in such jnomeats that Heaven  gives brave men double strength���������in  Buch moments, perhaps, washes out the  stain of many a sin.    .- ,  The gallant crew obeyed as one man;  the boat iushed on on-the flood; fifty  strong men shrung forward to meet her  as she was halfjdaehed, half grounded  on tiie beach/ 'Jiney pulled her- higher  ou, helping cut the exhausted passengers, ' and carrying the women���������five ladies.  "My husband!" Clifford heard one of  them sobbing, wildly. "He's the captain. Oh. save them! There were four  men'with him and the stewardess. She  ���������was so brave!"  "Yes, that's all trute," said the lifeboat officer. "We couldn't take even  one more, and they got off^ in the gig as  the vessel broke up."     , " "~  'There's the gig,y close!" cried one���������  the man who had volunteered into tbe  life-boat; and the nest moment & wild  cry went up:  "Great Heaven, she's capsized! They're all in this mad sea I"  Several men, -"hen the life-boat was  approaching, had lashed long ropes  round their vaists, in readiness; and  now these rushed into the sea, amidst  such cheerisg as. did one good to hear.  Theu breathless momenta of suspense.  One was drawn back, bruised, half insensible himself, but clutching a man's  form, still alive, perhaps; then another  and another.  Oh, how the crowd cheered as the five  men were brought up into the ambulance, long since ready!  "Where is the woman?" cried some  one near Dr. Clifford. "There ib something, surely, battling out there; hut  nothing mortal can get to iti"  "Launch the boat again!" was the  cry: but a tall, slight man���������the gentleman who had volunteered into the lifeboat���������sprung past them all.  "Too late for that!" he cried. "But,  by Heaven, a woman shall not drown  -while I live!"  "No, no, sir!" exolaimed a man; "  you've done hard .work enough. You'll  only be drowned, too!" ,  ' "Stand back!" the other said, fiercely; and, as the sea's back current receded, rushed in.  "Lord, Lord! he's a dead man!" said  a woman, piteously.  ' "Who is he?" asked Dr. Clifford.  striding to pieree the gloom.  "A stranger h&fe, they t say,_ : air    a  paaa'vinr   visitor.   Looks        yottugisb       SS.d  handsome; but between tho c.arkness  and the flare ofthe lanterns oue can't  see faces much."     v  "The man must be a desperate swimmer and diver, too, or he hasn't a  chance,"  said the doctor,  under     his  CORNS, cured  Vou can painlessly remove any corn, euSer  hard, soft; or bleeding, by applying Pataam'i  Corn Extractor, it never owns, leaves no scar,  contains no acids; is harmless because composed  only of!healing gums and balms,  mtty years In  ^vSSEL8^*?1*6***. Sold by aU druggists  250. bottles.  Refuse substitutes.  PUTfiAiVrS   PAINLESS  CORN EXTRACTOR  hold'' to his colorless lips. He is dazed,  utterly exhausted, and ior some time he  seems scarcely conscious of those anxious faces till the officer speaks.  "I'll call a fly, sir, for you ought to  get these drenched things off. Urinlc  this, sir; it won't hurt."  ''Thanks���������no cab." The young man  rose slowly, pausing; then his lost vitality rallied its forces. "1 am all right  now. Don't fuss, please, for I'll soon  walk to my hotel; it's better than riding, when one's drenched, you know.  Where have they taken the lady?"  "To the Bedford, sir. They say she  isn't dead.'  "Heaven grant It, whoever she is, poor  thing I" the" rich, soft voice answered.  "Good-night, friends."  He was moving on, the crowd, puzzled,  giving back.  "But, sir, your name, please?      You  were in the lifeboat, and "  "Bah. what matter? No name. I hate  a bother and fuss about nothing."  "Nothing to save'a life like thatl"  said a woman, as he strode away. "Bless  the man! I reckon the lady won't call  it nothing."  "Queer customer!" said another ���������  "don't mean to have,his eov. or society  medal neither."  "Guess he's rich," added a third. "Dia  you see his togs and the ring on his  hand?"  Who and what was tbis stranger���������  this unknown rescuer of an unknown  woman? Only the stewardess of the  hapless vessel���������nothing more to him or  any one else, as far as he knew.  CHAPTER 11.   ,  "She wai a passenger, after all, sir*  and had friends on boaid."  They ������?ere all perhips a little startled  to hear answered, and not in a whisper,  very feebly, still, but oh! what a sweet,  lotv voice o^jjiasic:  "No���������sone in the world."  "Try to steep now," said Clifford, a  trifle "huskily. "We are your lriends>, at  any rate."  "You are all too good���������to a stranger,"  she aaid, with a grateful look, that was  reward for any trouble, and she obediently closed her eyes, but with a long-  drawn, shivering sigh that told its tale;  then she sunk into slumber, and Dr. Clif-  foid   sent Mrs.  Barclay  away  to  bed,  failure im Liver Activity a  Cause  There arc thousands on the verge of  serious Kidney trouble, Bright's disease, diabetes, etc., who like Mr. Jeremy  J. Perry, or New Glasgow, wero attributing their physical decline to every  other than tho true cause.  In*a recent letter he says: "My kidneys, perhaps a result of dyspepsia, got  I all out of order; they ached excessively.  "He doesn't care for his life"one  (i7he7e7disia8ted7her: funnel >ent, and j ������^ j������-n^; tlw> ctowd watched with  she just beating her life out on the bar  ���������a biggish craft, too���������a Red Star liner,   DOWX1  I reckon." %  "I thought I saw something-black on  -the foam just now!" Baid Clifford quickly.  So did others. '  The crowd surged, then watched  breathlessly; then a wild cry of excitement burst forth:  "A boat! a boat struggling for life!"  Up from the coast-guards' post went  a flaming rocket wh-z-l into the howling  wind's eye.  *' "She's close! To the rescue J" Bhout-  ed tho stalwart doctor, rushing forward  with a ocore of gallant fellows, all ready  to wade out the moment the boat was  near enough to he aided.  Now Bhe sunk deep Into the trough,  anon she was lifted high and half  cwamped; now she is close, but on the  very crest of a breaker, and the brave  routers aro fighting every inch of way.  Hal a crash, tho cry of men, the  frantic shriek of women I The little craft  Is capsized, and thoy aro flung into the  lethlng waters as the wavo rushes on to  the shingles.  Boforo It can retreat, dozens of men  haye   rushed   In,   whllo   others   hold  aloft   lanterns}    and   a   groat   ohoor   women's Bobs. Ho is' seen onoo  brooks out an man after man strugglos I closo    wow    on a    foamin  baok to shore   with   Bomo   poor oroat-      rpu  uro rescued, and they aro carried up and  , delivered over to the oagor, kindly cares  of the womon and doctors, and the ho*,  pltality of residents.  Meanwhile,  thoro    wa������     breathless  i watohing fov tho life-boat.  "Slio's got a splendid crow in hor,"  ono man said to Clifford, who remained  on tlio soeiiQ of aotion, dripping, but  ready to lond a Hand fifty times mote,  "Thero was ono hand short, hub a gon������  tleman pushed through tha drowd ���������, and  volunteered. "It didn't raatW to any  ono whotlior ho lived or died,' ������ hoard  him say; and ho went. Ah I another too-  kot, Look, sir! thorn uho is. What ian  'awful son, to fight against I Did YouiJic  X how full uho is of human ���������ouIbP.,-*,-';;-'-;  It Is Boawoly poBslWo to deaorlbo adequately tho next fow minutes of watoh*  breath   and agony of suspense;  but only when the rockets were sent .up  OOHIO  W1C   JLeeiMJSI/   tMguu  vawu,   vb   ���������������.wj  it caught, a glimpse of that daring man  fighting with the sea for a human life.  Will he save it, or even reach -the  still floating form he sees before himr*  Ha! ha! he is close���������now swept back-���������  driven a little���������is clow again 1 A woman's form, one arm still wound about  a small boat stretcher, her kerchief  drawn half across her face hy tho oc*  tion of tho water. Ono desperate stroke  of almost more than mortal strength,  and he reftohes his object, grasps it firmly, and strikes out for the shore, swept  now on tfto flood-tide.  Terribly exhausted, he can aot do  muoh, more than keep afloat, and re-  Bervo his remaining, strength to try and  save thoir being hurled by the breakers  on to the boach--to save his unknown  charge,' if indeed the poor creature wore  still living.  Of all that awful night, the most awful timo was while thoy .watched and  waited, "hope deferred, doubt depressed," for this desperate attempt's failura  or success. Heaven I thoy aro injjulfcd���������  lost! No���������a wild_shout, mingling    with  moro,  billow.  There is a ringing cheer, Clifford and  a dor.cn others rush forward, and as iho  waters pitch thcmselvoa ovor, thoy drag  tho daring rescuer und his charge out of  danger, He is half blindod, hia strength  Bpont; but the dootor lifts tho Blender,  UfelcBB form of tho woman ho has saved  from his arms into his own, as ho says,  huskily t .  "Mon, boo you to him j I will tako tho  lady to my daughter. I am a doctor."  IT* does not boo what tho raah Is liko.  How should ho, in tho darkiices and  blinding spray and oxcltoiucnt? Nay,  the crowd has pu������h<jd botwoon thom dl-  rootly,,as somo of thom bring a ntrotohoi*  to boar his charge away to a hotel, and  ho loads,tho way. .>,:.���������, -,.y-:y--..il..X-,,.���������,���������-.  A Tho manr moanwhllo, whom thoy havo  seated on an upturned boat, drinks tho  brandy whioh y the coast-guard A 'offloor-  About two hours later, the night porter of the Bedford Hotel was roused  from his illegal dose by the sound of bis  bell, and when he opened the door, behold! a small fisher-lad.  Tlease, sir," began the boy, breathless with the wind, "the gentleman sect  me to apk was the lady what the doctor  brought here come to all right7"  "Yes. Yes, say the dangers passed,  and they've got ber into bed, though she  hasn't spoken or been exactly conscious  yet; hut that's all right, doctor Bays. Is  it the gentleman that saved her, zny  boy?" said the porter, curiously.  " 'Spect it is, Bir. He's along further,  waHin* for me. Changed his wet toggery, anyhow. And he is a gentleman!  He give me 'alf a crown just to run here  and back to him. And didn't 1 see such  a diamond ring on his finger���������flashed,  it did, under the gas-lamp!"  "A swell chap, eh?" said the porter.  ^���������Didn't say his name, did he?"  *��������� No; eaid he was going to leave  Brighton by the early train���������that's all."  The lad ran off, and the porter shut  the door and settled himself in his chair  again for a snooze. " The message sent  to the ���������unknown inquirer was quite correct luotugh long" snd pais*ul hsd heen  tho task of the doctor, _, aided by bis  daugnter and the manageress of the hotel; and now the three Btood watohing  by the patient's bedside. They had xe-  Btored animation���������life at last; heart and  pulse beat palpably though with & dozed  stare, as, lifted on Clifford's arm, Bhe  swallowed the warm broth he administered; but she still lay half in a kind  of sleep, half in the consciousness of the  iii-.4*r ftxha.usticn which the '"vital" forces  of a very finely strung but superb phy-^  Vrique were slowly mastering.  "My dear Minnie, rfo go to bed now'  with Blanche," stud her father, In that  low, quiet tone all used to invalids fall  into'in the siok-room; "or at least lie  down on that oofa by the fire."  "Not yet, please, father; but you  ought, kind Mrs. Barclay."    *  But the manageress smiled and ������hook  her head. Presently she said in a low  tone:  "Thero must have beon some mistake,  sir, In their saying this poor young creature is tho st������w������Tde������������. Why, alho isn't  five-and-iwemty, and a kwry���������a, real/  well-born lady oa ever blue blood owned."  "Yes," sold Dr. Clifford, "but lt was  the captain's wifo who said ehe woo the  stewardess���������utterly inoongruous though  it seems."/ Ho shook his head, puzzled.  "Queer���������-certainly veiy queer."  "Ay, just look at her face and her  made his daughter lie down on the sofa,  and himself took a Isrg^ easy-ekai**, to  sleep, as he said, with one eye open,  though he did not expect his patient  would wake for several hours.  The gale began to lull its, violence at  dawn, and by eight o'clock liad sunk,  leaving a dull, leaden, stretch of sky  above, and the gray sea tumbling sullenly on the shingles, as if half afraid,  half proud of the mischief it had  wrought. It had struck eight whon Clifford awoke, and, turning instinctively  at onee toward his patient, met the gaze  of those great, velvet-dark eyes ahlning  with the fuli, steadfast light of reason  and recognition. She stretched out both  hands to the doctor, as he came to the  bedside, and clasped his.  ''You have tended, nursed me hack to  life, and may Heaven reward you! Was  it you, also, who saved me from that  terrible sea?"  "Not a bit of it," said he, deeply moved, but, man-like, seeking to hide it under  a light tone���������"not a bit of it; the man  who swam out for you was, I heard, a  handsome young fellow. I only took  you from him and brought you here Jo  my daughter Mimie. He, your preserver,  had volunteered into the life-hoat as well  ���������a ves;y dar.'n^ fellow."  "Is he safe���������is he safe?" she almost  cried out; "my life is not worth anotfe&r's  loss."  Mrs. BardsT*. itzst enterlH" the rooss  with a tray, answered quickly:  "He's quite safe, ma'am^whoever he i*,  for he sent a lad here about three this  morning to ask if you were better; the  boy said the gentleman was leaving here  earry. Now, ma'am, here is some breakfast; and, Doctor vaifford, 111 see to the  1&&J, while you "and the young ladies go  in to yours."  Mimie, -who bad woke up, initerposed.:  ^*Dear Mrs. Baxday had plenty to do  with her duties, and her father's patient  ���������was her guest. She .would atteaid to  her, and when the lady's clof*������e& were  dry, her own maid could bring them up."'  In vain the stranger tried to protest  against being further trouble to any one.  The doctor laid his finger on her lips,  bidding her, Budling, "be a good .girl";  I had constant thirst and my body showed Bigns of wasting, despite an appetite  in the early stages of my trouble, ample enough to susta'u the body. I decided to try Dr. Hamilton's Pills and  have great satisfaction in stating that  they have completely cured me. An immediate decline in the volume of urine  was the most noticeable result at the  beginning, and this was soon followed  by a regular action of the bowels. It  was a great boon, I assure you, to get  rid of eo pressing A desire to drink,  drink, as was th������ case with me last  summer.  "No question remains in my mind  that the Uver was the cause of my ailments; I am sure that no pills for  kidney, liver or bowel trouble can compare with Dr. Hamilton's Pills. I urge  their use to all my friends.  No other medicine is so certain to cure  troubles of the stomach, bowels, Uvct  and kidneys. You are euro to be cured  by Dr. Hamilton's Pills. Refuse any substitutes. Price 25c per bos, at all dealers, or The Catarrhozone Co., Kingston,  Canada.  ������������������ ������������������������������ ->  REMARKABLE DEATH SENTENCE  HALLEY'S COMET.  its Rapid Motion, Great Age and Composition of Tail. -  *������'y>*rpv  and  his   daughter,   with  sweet, girlish  and  kissed  the-  impulsiveness,  stooped  broad, clear brow. ,-  "You are no trouble at all; and, oh,  I*m so glad you are stronger this morning aad will soon be up." "  "As soon as the clothes are ready she  may," said her' father, moving to the  door. --By the bye, may I know your  name?���������mine you have just heard; and  it ic awkward, isn't it, not to know &  lady's name-in speaking to her?"  - "Yes���������forgive "me���������^1 should have told  you,' Doctor Clifford���������m5ne is Christine  Errington���������Mrs. Erriugton," ,  r * "Thanks."  * He bowed and went away to his own  room. ,  ,. Twenty minutes later, his daughter  and niece, Blanche Leroy, joined hhn at  breakfast in, the sitting room, for the  dootor had taken a suite on that floor  during his stay in Brighton, aud the  latter was all eagerness to hear all about  the stranger. Mimie told her, and said  thatrBlanche would soon see her, as. she  was going to dress directly.'  "And, father," added the girl, "she  asked for a leather travelling belt sho  had worn."  "I've got it safe, my dear; you shall  give it .to her; it has money and valuables in it doubtless."  "Yea, she eaid so; sho was afraid it  might 'havo been lost. Ta! to! Fin  going to help her dress; she isn't very  strong yet. Oh, Blanche, .she is such a  beautiful woman!"  "Sho'is the most superbly handsome  woman I havo over seen," Baid the doe*  tor; "and a face quito out of the ordinary run,"  ' (To bo continued.);  . ���������������������..  hand, hr; why, they're liko a bauttful  marble statute���������suciV delicate, tapering  flnspcre, and a woddlng-ring, too," pityingly touching 'bhe brood gold circlet.  "Penhaps hor /husband was on board, or  maybe ehe was coming ovor to rejoin  hV  "Who can't havo been long nuurJod,  poor thing!" whispered Mimie Clifford.  fiA!i, oho rtln-pdj" ,  A tremor of tne slender, hand, a quiver  over the palld, fine-cut features, whioh in  their most locked reposo aa of death,  notther Clifford noted lookol restful or  at poaoo, but were marked with tho in-  dollhlo stamp of pain < and endurance;  thon there was a rcstlois movement of  tho'hoad, covered with a rlc'i ma&$ of  dork, ourllng looke tliat cluntwcd above  brow and temples, and wcvad ilown behind thom on to tho no?i:;   the nuxl  minuto a pair  of  glotiouu dark  eyos  opened straight Into  Rotund Clifford'*  faoo-with���������;..' that   wild, strained guztt of  painful intonslty whon tlio m'lrid'is itTwg-  gllng to regain its powers against the  physloal prostration that lias forced It  Into oibeyanco-T-a look y; tho    physician  know well enough nnd had cxp������ctcd.  v"Well," said ho,v Bimlliig, "you don't  quite know 'm������i,"dd( ypnVf'yy-  - Hor Mr* moved,V   ria; hoiit over her,  nlgnlng to Mm, Barclay, who went at  onoe to the, fireplace., ,  "Who���������whoro ani It"  i   'Siufo with friends.   A Httlo brandy in  Ww, broth, plc-pMo' Mrd. UnctHay.  Tlmnka,  Now drink tills.", A f  yHo Hftodythe curly houl on hU ������rm,  :und tooJc: tho HjtUo oup from Mr*. B������r������  S������hy.   A  "She will fotdi rVuhi now," h������ mid,  a* ho prenently gtvo iha ompty cup lo  Minnie, and laid Ida patient back on th������  ���������pillow, her eye* going wistfully from  face to faoe.  **Xfo*a others !w sho br*ath*l.  **Ai**o tlrty  "Atthuiii are ������aved, and with frb������nda,  'tOOl"---: , ������������������.'"���������.     V '  **JUi, thanic Haavro*"  .TSio, TrWffpci yrtA t������, fwwi* *J*-* *!"**���������'  Baidajr. tild, asides \ '"��������� A  Voices Prom Afar.  descends  ���������fl  Nleht In sable  clouds  In the golden gloom  See tho  rlalnor   moon   now   wendn  O'er the firmament and send     >  Gleams dlspeuinir doom. N  VenuH   rlsos  on the  rlnrht  For tho day hath takon flight  And  the plains  aro chill  Through  tho  fearful  darkness dense  And tho honrt< Is still.  But amid tbo gloom oe night  t Visions ot the past    . . i  Are returning to tho sight ���������<  All  unheeded  Ib  Time's   flight      il  And the bltlni? blast  Dreaming of an omptlnoss  Musings  o'er  a loved caress  Pill tho longing heart,  And tho eyo io tilled with .tears  Gazing down the misty yearn  And tho noul doth start.  ' flilvory aa tho moon.nov ahlnes  It ahall nliino again  'Though the heavy heart roplnco  ���������tW  apiuoacheth;   chain?  that  btatSs  Fa      -  - ���������  Pronounced by Judge Benedict en s  Murderer in New Mexico.  Probably the best anecdote of Judge  Benedict, of New Mexico, says the Green  Bag, is that told with regard to his  sentence of death pronounced upon one  Jasc Maria Martin, who was convicted  of* murder jn the District Court of Taos  county under a state of facts showing  great brutality and^with absolutely no  mitigating circumstances. Judge Benedict said:  "Jcsa Maria Martin, stand up. Jose  Maria Martin, you have been indicted,  tried and convicted, by a jury of your  ocuutrymen of the crime of murder and  tho Court is now about; to pass upon you  the dread sentence of the law. As a  usual thing/ Jose Maria Martin, it iB a  painful duty ior the Judge of a court of  justice to pronounce upon - & human  being the sentence of death. There is  something horrible about it and the mind  of the Court naturally revolts from the  performance of such a duty. Happily,  ho-ft ever, your case is relieved of all such  unpleasant" features and the Court takes  positive - delight iu sentencing you to  death.   ~* -    -  "You are a young man, Jose Maria  Martin; apparently of " good physical  constitution and robust health.- Ordinarily 'you might have looked forward  to many years of life, and the Court haa  no dough you have, and have expected  to die at a green old age;' but you are  about'to be cut off on account of your  own act. JoBe Maria Martin, it is now  the spring time; in & little,,while the  grass will" be springing up ���������* green in  ihcse beautiful valleys and on. these  brood'mesas and mountainsides-flowers  wili bo blooming; birds wilb be singing  their sweet carols and nature will be  putting on her most gorgeous, and her  most attractive robes, and life will be  pleasant and men will want to Btayj but  none of this for you, Jose Maria Martin;  the flowers will not bloom for you, Jose  Maria Martin; the birds will not carol  for you, Jose Maria Martin; when these  things come to gladden the senses of mon  you will be occupying a space about Bhe  by two beneath the sod and tho groon  grass and those beautiful flowers will  De growing above your lowly head/  "The sentence of the Court is that you  be taken from this ploco to tbe county  jail;' that you be kept there safely and  securely confined, in the custody of tho  sheriff, until the day appointed for your  execution. Be very careful, Mr.' Sheriff,  that 1ms has .no opportunity to escapo  and that you have him at tho appointed  placo ,at tlio appointed time. That you  be so kept, Joao Maria Martin, until���������  Mr. Clerk, on what day of tbo month  docs Friday, about two weeks from tbis  time come?"  "March 22, your Honor." '  "Very woll, until Friday, tbo twonty.  second day of Maroh, when you will bo  taken by tho sheriff from your placo of  (From William H. Pickering's *The Ke-'  turn of Halley's Comet" in the ^X-.  April Century. ^.(. ,<  The comets whose periods are less than -  one  hundred years  are called periodic A ,  comets, and nearly half of them have "  been observed more than once.   At present  they number  forty-five, 'but  only  three of them are retrograde; that is,  revolve in their orbits In tho opposite  direction to the planets.   Halley's comet  *  is one of .these three, and as a result  it will pass us with a very rapid motion.  At that time the earth will Removing  ic its orbit at a speed eighteen m&es a  second, and the comet in nearly the opposite direction at a 'speed of twenty-  five miles.   The relative motion is there- **  fore about eighty times that of a cannon ball. * '  ���������  While Halley's comet has been identified as a member of our system fbr over  2,000 years, certain characteristics of its  orbit lead us to believe that it has been  with us at least ten or perhaps one hundred times as long aa that. According  io all acosunts. it was a magnificent ob- -  jeefc at the time of the Norman conquest  hi 1066. Its head was equal to the full  moon in size, and its tail increased to a  wonderful length.  The toil of a comet is composed of;gas,  existing in a highly rarefied condition.  Little particles of electricity, called corpuscles, or ions, are being constantly  riven off at enormous speed by the sun.  Each meteorite in the comet's head' is --  surrounded by its own rarefied atmosphere. Wflen one of these little ions  strikes one of the molecules of gas in  the comet's atmosphere, it carries it off  with it to form the tail. The electrical  charge makes the'gas luminous, and ii is  by this light, and not by reflected Bun-  light that the tail is made visible ,to us.*  A comet's tail, therefore, seems to be  merely a very extended aurora.  , ��������� c������   ���������a*������r������������i������ ������������**s������������B-s-������n,T^������������TPij|  "A  31tV������l\U������fl  Nature Needs Aid in Making New  HeaUh-Givifig Bleed.->  In the spring the systeah* needatoning  up.    In the spring to be  healthy, and  strong you must have new, blood,. ju������t  as the trees must have new sap. Nature '  demand it, and without this new* bloody  you will feel weak and languid.'  You  may have twinges of rheumatism or, tbe  sharp stabbing pains of neuralgia; Often  there ere disfiguring pimples or eruption*"  on the skin.    In other cases r thsa   is  merely a feeling of tiredneee and aT ������������[���������  abl������ appetite.    Any of these are signs  *e  ������������**-of order���������that *  ������ha������,  blood ,ls  out  the indoor life of winter has ,told upon  vou.    What is ncadad to nut vim' rwrhfc    ,<  is a tonic, and in all, the world there'ia   '  no ionic   can"equaTJOr. Williama' Pink'*-  Pills,    These Pills actually niakVnew,'  rich,  red blood���������your ffreatieet need In  spring.   This new, blooddrivea out ;di������- ->  sease, clears the skin and" makea' vfcaik, X'  easily tired men and women and<c&U-( A  dren bright, active and strong." Miss'A. a v  M.Dugay,,lower Cove, N..S., eay������r������X  believe I owe my .fife to Dr. Williams'  Psnk Pilla.    My blood Borneo. ** have   .  turned to water. I was pale aa ������, sheet i  I suffered from headaches1 aud, floating   <  specs seemed to be constantly before" my   v  eye.   As the trouble progressed any; ^mh������ - N  began to swell, and it was feared; that  dropsy had set in, and that   myipaee-  ���������  was hopeless.     Up to thia time, two5 *  doctors had attended me, hut notwiih- , \  standing I kept growing worse.   It was \ *  at this juncture! began UBlng Jhf.yTih^ "*  llama' Pink Pllla, and after toJdng a ,  few -boxes I wae much Improved.' I kept' >  on using tho Pill* until I had taken  oight boxes, when my health was completely restored."        * ' ������   \f \  ,  Sold by all medicine dealers or , bv  mail at ���������0 cento a box ot six    boxes  for $2.60 from tho Dr, Williams* "lledl*. \  dne Co., Brockvllla, Ont. ">>   <  - '��������� " ������������>  /THE VALUE OF RELIGIOUS C0NVIO-  TION. '     -  Dealing with the forces which' madV '  him tho nmn ho,was, Stanley saysi  It would be impossible to reveal myself, according to the  general promise'  Involved Jn tflio tltlo of thia book, if ������'<���������  were to be rflont rc#awli������g my ndiffkms  t-1,  f r  'alia from woofful m������m'<       ,  .{Through tho Badness of tho past  Through' the madness of'i the. ma������l  ;    .ilopo.tho.aoldonotar, Ay y:  iRIbos as a beacon' light-.';**-'.'Xy a.:ax  -And^iiiunriea llfCa troublod night  .. .Au: nro .past -tho -bar; /':       ���������  fmrnmrnmummmmmmmmmmmmtrmmt  14 Karats,Solid r ,  OoldChoUElngBl  W������ will rive ye* y*������nr I  ���������bole* ot ooaof thoicbaa*. I  Uf ul rlnii. niarwU-Mi A* I  tear*** ���������������\l������ go -  TtariU ���������olid gold abut.  im������, wswr****., ������t ������������������������  Uh. sla-tuti ���������Imulaud  >ox������������only.atsM,a box,  ���������f*Or. Malaria's twrnrnt  fir ladlgaiMM. aftMttpv  Woji, ihwMMbM, Wit  ���������r fiaiwra bload, wiarrh,  of th* llvor ui4  tnKJ|iQ|aHB| jr*iu  IWDgnlB^; nasi  ���������uno fUmt addroM II  * ro������, -Mot-ofcld,  ���������trW^-  fcjdnor*. triiaa yoa tor*  sold IHom* 4 boxta olpilli.  ���������on* u������tb "  tho alt* oii  udaoMt feint*, pllla tm.  yrMloai tt������n������*. Mail  paSS, thV IHMa mSiSumt  ������������ away U awrohium'f ������1  iot tak any laaaar hafora  A w* tak* tMuk ���������#���������**������ yga  ���������: AA1I0U TtM ftV. Ma*taH*|WMi^M>������.    .. ..        anytoaaayiM  tha Alia wa aold aad wa tak* took *#fc*i  confinement to somo safe and convenient) JhTl?uo"coy ^S^JShS^ m?Mfi  spot within tho county-that is In your   would bo mlsolng.    Or,, rother, lefc m������  dJBcrotlon, Mr. Sheriff; you aro only con  fined to tho limits of tho county-pand  that you thero bo hanged by tlio neck  uutll you arc dead, and���������������theN Court was  about to add, Joao Marin Martin,1 'may  Cod havo mercy on your soul,' but the  Court will not nasurao tho responsibility  of .asking an all wiso Providonco to do  that which a jury of your poors has refused to do. Tho Lord couldn't' havo  morcy on your soul. s  "However, if you affect any religious  belief or aro connected with any roligl-  out organisation it might .bo wall enough  for you to uchdfoir your priest or your  minister and*got from him���������woll, such  coi,fioIat{ony hs ydu can-rbut thi) Court  i advises you, to placo no reliance upon  anything of tliat kind. Mr, Sheriff, vro-  move tho prisoner."/.'.       ���������:���������'��������� V-'y-':  A LATE JUDGE'S JOKE.  y ii   y .  - Justice Brewer rolatpd, that a Jjwtlce  -of tho. ponco owned a farm In Tftmsas  that bordered on Mianouri. Ono day tho  jiutlco Was Hitting on n tenon," uiroeMy  on tbo State, lino, suporlntondlng tomo  work Ws oonand a farm hand wero tin-  Jng. .Tho son and hia companion eugnged  in ft" dlnputo wbfiili ended in a fist fight.  ;Tho'3uBtlco of the noncoi'.Midtleo Brewer  would explain, watched the encounter for  a fow minutes and th������n shouted in a loud  ,Voleei;,V' - yy. -.,;,- /������������������.; ....  "Gentlemen, In the namo of tho Isvr of  thf Stato of Katwos aud by virtuo of my  Mithorlty, t command you to de*Ut."  *!lm{ thim th������ rail broke," continued  -Tuition Browar, "and tba Juntioe of tho  Mace landed In Mlaiourl. Arising to hU  f**t, hn axolaimedi  " 'ttlva him h*  JuASSti-tton,'A-  .  -, son; I ii������vc io*!* mjr  try to put tho matter more olearlyi ^'" '  the secret Jnfluenoo -whioh inspired wliat  good I may have done In my life, for,*  the   same   reason   prevented   m������   from.    '  doing evil, curbed ptuwlon,  guided  me  when the firceof youth, Uoentioua oon>   ,  pony, irroveront mates, and a multitude ', .  of strango    olmmiatanoos   must have    ���������  driven mo Into a confirmed    state of  wickedness. v.    .    .     . Religious grew  deep   roots In mo in (ho,   solitude ,ot  Africa, bo that It hecamo my mentor In  civil itation,  my uiixvloi,  m*y     ������|������iiiUiai    '  guide.   WlOi religious conviction, wo c������n  make real nnd substantial .-:jproipr^i^it;H,'!;,:  ������lvca body, pltli and. nuurowj'���������;without^ '  Jt^ so-aalledprogrcwi l������ ::������mpty.yya^'f|l'a.������,;''.AVi'''  ���������tMsirmnnjont^i-for without thb tlicrtj^vtyof,''.���������XX  '��������� OodA woAftro7 ,t������������ocdAabout.AphVia''7waio<NAyyi-  unocrtolnty i' for what is 'our. earWt o^m" ���������.   ;  paml with the vniit iinlverso of wwMi'iA!..  In iunmcasuirablri spnoo?   But above������������������ aU  tho voatnciw of Infinity,; ot.AvrlilchV:tlw y  thoughts of tlio wisest men canyixuan. :AX  to but ������n lnflnttflRlhml''fi*a^ionf''!������-'ilitt  Divine and  Almighty v Intellcofc ; vwhlch ; .,  ordered all tliUi and to Himi; turnrr,,,.;..  the Souwo of the M^it'fi^r^Al'^-X)''  Cknorntor of tJio prlMolplo!, of duty.  , A  : < i,  In tlio prcrf*co oriUikii-llfo:'w������i������^Lady^!^:!'  Stanley qn'otea' ������������������ from,' one^of���������'l*^'yh'dJi-������;?;'>:.'!A:<  hand's l*ttem 'an * lurpr-wi-ion' of '*��������� ;hl*i'������i*,.V/v;'Jv;..i  aire to aay rMwnethlng wliUih wouldV>������<(f(V-V������  courage and Iielp tlie ���������w',b6y������.lh,'tWfiM.v^;  Jslwridii*,  **  alao all theApoory\toytiyfSiiyyy.  Canada and tha State*, In thfllr oa^wrf ,,*  In life.   Kor ythld'end hi'-imtorhiimfiim  rendered ��������� no aervlcw.- gftu*\m . wr.,..'' Xcu%������,y XX  rudpfnl tlian Uiat g*lveir��������� In v*lho Vwor*|.A;;'''j;'  whioh we have   o^hw������^:?:'W-;:'.v  accentuate th* Immortal utterance, ,.Th*A-. A,  four of Um Ijoml la tha heglnnU%. ol: i'; A  wWaffl,**-���������tlm  Autobiography of :������*r ,:  ,-  IU>������uy l&tiM StttSfy* Q.' C- *������-, '���������*���������������*"''"'  <^!M - lijr ��������� hta #lt#T��������� Wf^l';,^BWJifl^;v*?  ;-"-v-.fiJ,,..'V.' !���������',",'!'X:::yx.:YXyx-y.VyyA'^:*,yfliAyy^y  ti.  .-:*;*.  AiiX.  ;.i'A^yy: '" '''"^v:;y^C^S'';.,:^:::  ���������jy  ���������H^^TT"*   S~*  7?  "^ "^ *" '*T^ "T  "^ "^** T   "ITS ' "2\ \TT/'  OF' COMMERCE  jyj^t!������g������*^������^y^ ���������" ' ."*'; "-;.-���������'   \ :;.yX.yy *:!V*T*v',A"''::..:XX ���������:   ������������������" '��������� .A '" 'A'! *���������'���������'' ?"'���������'''���������'���������"-���������"'.;':���������'������������������' V *;'"" " '''il'^X^%*^:'rAXXXhXApyY  XvOo ������V     1-^013 (j J-.    XN Oi    '39   " AuJ^U. '"^ .JmSw^^^SwfefcA '   '      - ' ���������  ''        *��������� J- "   ������������������-'-������������������-i. .���������-'-.������������������- .<-   .>'-���������.-���������'��������� ���������,%(.--.....��������� :.������������������'��������� ^ ,.���������.'v.. ������������������,..,-^^ -.y :���������:���������.. ^.:/:..-.v-.���������   ...,.,.ly.-.,,..-.^.y y- '���������'���������*������������������ yi-ij-r. ?.-;* ./������������������..-....., jj.-;,.   -���������- -^^'. y -'"'*y''~ "���������!''-''--v'---'  .riTTlTi        ��������� .iii. ������ ,^*<^Sk ' _   ar WV     A     Wk. Y ^������W *r   If W���������* H-k. *        , _    _      '  HBAD   OFFICE. TOKO"*,TO  I'STAJJUSUrD  1867  I  B. S. WALKER, President  AUCZAM-DER LAIRD, General S^na-ei  Pa:d rp Capital, $10,000,000  Recurve Fund, -   6,000,000  Branches throughout Canadi, r.nd In the United States and England  .> ������������������-~^^~  nA! IMTDV   E? I f C* S M r Q "*   E*. .-*rv facility afforded to farmers and  l������UU fi I ftI    OUulHL^J      t t!:>e..s f ,r the transactien 0f their  banking' business.     Sales note . wiil i-e oa-vhed or taken for collection. ^  Bft &J������f"3 Mf*   HV   T-T* i*     Accounts ivnv be opened  by mail   and  AU M fofc   U I    L.JP.i i-      l;10iiie!, dv..r;,sitcd or xvithdiawn in this  way with equal facility. *22  PEROT B. FOWIjBR, MANAGER CRESTON" BRANCH  "Witt)'"  KNIGHTS   OF   PYTHIAS'  Creston, S. C  Iti-oti every o l:i*r Monday from June 20  to October 4 sc 8 v.ui. in Speers' Hall.  Geo Broderick, O. O.  E. Jensen, K of R   & S.  R. S. Ucviin, M. of 1".  Visiting brethren cordially iiwitf-d.  M.mvamflniiw.*.wtu0v  \ A.    C.   BO WN ESS I  Wbolf-enle Wino and ���������Sj'-hic  Merchant  Cranbrook  B.C.  taffWOTS������u*������������wrMUA������%\������-*^%*fiOJ<vwwA'Ci<������^ <MjvM.v*tNMI  IVlfi".    K^n^waiEfi<.,    Your   wire   ana   t^nuaren  ��������� -   *��������� , '       ���������        ,   ���������     i '���������'  d^rtp.rt/?   f5s*s Jhfsi-iz   -?ri*��������������� 'as - *". ������������������������������"���������������-*��������� > < -  v-j/wsm   vit'iuu   i\jn.   ,a~ s-,iruii;.--  -��������� - ,-        ,-   ',. r-  , ,, ��������� ' .        ������      *   < ���������      -     i ������������������  * ��������� ���������������-    +     -    *       .    -'���������        ' . y    *   e  ���������*���������*������������������*>���������<���������������������������*���������* *������������������<������**��������������� ^*������*<->9^  THE QU'ESTiON'ls'""''  V. liy   don't' yoti  bring your; harness in to get repaired and stop taking risks of accident?  r  IMPLEMENT- STOEtE  The Creston  ^evielte  Si y^id>te^n&J?&&\nl0~^ S  W���������v.-"^    -*.���������    /*-  Published every   Fridy-y atCroslon, Bvitish Columbia, by th������ Oiv������.i-.>u tJu*o-  llahlng Co., at their office, FL-et Street, Crehton.  J. X.   JOHNSON*  ALanagor.  Ralph G. Sckuion  Editor  Subscription, f*! 00 a year, in advnuco.  30-Day "Notices, ������6;  GO, **f7 GO; 00, SlO  Tho Reviftw is tbe ncknovrlptfsrPd advprtisini; iupdimu of tho. Cwst'ui valh������y, t*ir-  eolating in over one thousand  home* tlirouphout  tht* Cr^htou di^trioc.    Oxa  %  u -BI9B.U1  we*. n  ^ 1^ ���������������������������������������������** ������?i'2 ������<^ R^v H^ g^ B'a i**r| jf?^  QidUiyMilUHti-o  ot  t  in ������nr endoavom-s to iuorrase tbt- nsptulnoss of tho Revii-w by brinpinj; m your  nrfvertiseniwnts, snbscriptions and news Complaiuts from snbsoribers as* to  jion-r^c^jt-i-. of n^per wiil bs promptly attended to. Address idi eouimunu*������-  tions to the editor.  The T?oard of Trade certainH* did good work at their meeting on Wednesday evening wheu they took up the matter of  a better telegraph service in and out of Crestou. This matter  has been a public topic   for  mouths   past,  but   it  has  now j   <*       _^  I   Sis      g        ** *��������� .Oi ^** 4"  reached the climax when a business man of Creston   j*ent  a     ??    \jiv5i  message to Nelson a few days ago and   the  message  died  a    ~s  natural death on the wa3*;   it never  reached   Nelson.      The    .V  We will sell you a Victor Gramophone on the  following ea^y terms���������  ���������Sm  rSrfvvs/ro   nod   &5  i?i   mrirtsntll  We have them at the following" priceb���������  $s'?.5o>    S33.cc   $43.^0   and    $50.00  Will be pleased to let you hear one.  I  SUNDAY  HOURS  12:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. aud  8:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.  For the sale of MEDICINES ONLY  general impression at Creston seems to be that the fault  does not lie in the Creston telegraph oi������ce, but somewhere  oa the line; but where, is the question, and it is for this  reason that the Board of Trade has taken the matter uo.  It is stated on authority that a letter in some cases has  carried much quicker than a telegram to points away from  Creston. This is a truly most unique state of affairs, and  the public of Creston demand a better service at the hands  bf the telegraph company.  &  a  %  The Best Smoke  pjj is -^ot the c'*!>:u > on ray the most nwni-  }S ������y for, but tho one you enjoy 1'nc most  &        Smokers of the  I        "Big B" Cigars  \A say that they got jnoi-e veal soliu en-  CV, joyment froin them than from many  g"j torauus costin?: tMricc tho money.   The  US re.isou is fcinnjle.    Wc charge you ouly  W������  ._ ,-..,. ?..i..n/.. ?!T-.rt   tV.ri   rmst  ior The very jiu<; iouivCCr atiu ^..3  ofthe  ; very jiik; iuu������Cw nuu u..������3 ������.^a.. y-oAJS^^i^^?*^, ^  labor.   Wo don't ehurge you for '^^pTjf^i-3  ii Kaxidy  label. f ���������  y other brands /A-^-  It is indeed encouraging for the officers  of the  Board  of'iB  h������vC to pay ior. *oa������������y for nothing LsJaw  00                                                                                            -".raj    butacigurwhon sou buy tho'*3iigB.' *"*'  j^    a handsome   box   or  |S    which binokcrs of many  Trade to see the business men snd some fruit growers  ���������taking an interest in the Board of Trade meetings. The  meeting of the Board of Trade on Weduesda}' evening last  would have been a credit to a place much larger- than Creston. We hope that all future meetings of this influential  organization will be fully as well attended as this last one.  Let everybody who has an interest in Creston and who  has the welfare of the community at heart join the Board of  Trade and thus be one of the men who will go on record as  having accomplished much for this fair town.  iresti  l'J-I������.I-ygTO51-j^f...������...<-ajmmis,-]gimaii  The question of a better express rate from Creston to the  prairie provinces has been under discussion for some time  past, and the action ofthe Board of Trade for taking' this  matter up at its last meeting should be strongly commended.  The injustice of charging the same express rates on goods  from Creston to the prairie provinces as is charged the Olian-  agou stations, when Creston is several hundred miles nearer  the point of destination, is an injustice apparent ou the face  of it.  KOOTENAY IAKD TUSTRJCT��������� District o  Went IContuiniy.  *T������lco Not ioo lluit Clayton C. Wrlirht, of Kor-  niu, W.C.. Jeweller, Intomlm to apply lor w-r-  mlHslontoT������urcha������'G the followiug described  hinclH: ConiniPiu'lnp iitii post planted oh tho  south sld<*of the \\ c.Bo-Hnern dnUway'hii^ht  ot way. nOout, one anil one half miles in a  wostorlv dirocll' n fmni tl>o northwotit covnpr  of Lot JiOOS, f!roup 1. Uootenoy, tlienco weHt 80  rluilns, iln-ni-o Mintli W <-i ainu, IIu-ih'p Cu.stSO  cIihIjw. ilwnvc nonh 8(i <-l.itlTiM to polni. ol  oommcncviuenl, ������'outuliii������is Wuiwioi., moro or  lehh.  Ufttcd March -Uh. 1W0.^^ ^ ^^  u a               s S  XJ."  XSSI  OU   will   make   no   mistake"'^  M'3^W"I(^|     Y      v;hen you get off the train  *"   -   if yon sign the register at-  ^  The Leading \  tlie  Creston  Hotel.       Travelling    ||  rr l 1    t ������1    \  men  will  substantiate  this.    W������t    ^  Hotel of the I     -  ,        .  a   study   the   comfort of our guests.  rruit    Belt |  q^he rooms are well furnished in  | ��������� a manner uo-to-date.  ���������    '  ���������  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  Our   Guests \ *  Call   <Ag&tn\  Lumbermen>   Ranchers, * Tourists  aud Commercials.  -~~~������*XSm������i&*yr'  W. A, McBEAN, Manager  ran O c/Vlead -  -  rrops.  We are Agents for McLaughlin  "  at  at  ''mmm, soggies, Wagons,  You Save Money by consulting us before  Buying Elsewhere.    A Easy Terms i  3.M.       al  ty  ft   QnirS* Pr$    5* POOLE  U Wl OD!! il bO. Prop..  3  3  ^  GiJLSLajLajLaiLit^JiJLSijajLsi^  IS'^M-'ffT^rm'i"*'*^^**^ ZHOU  - IT3������ A TO 13  LLi    I  !|lKfl.1R.3Beatt������J  "j CRANBROOK  - B.C.  KOOTKNAY  LAND   Hr^TniCT���������DlMrlct   O!  Went Koolsjauy,  TaUo Notice that Atnxandor A. GIUoBplo. of  Kornio, H,i'., von I osUila tijtont, IntondN io up-  plv for p'Tinissioii to pui'dintu the lollowlnj?  diWribwl laiuli-: ,  CoinmiiiH*iiiiriitupon( planted nt. the wini.li  side of tin* H C. Sonthoru Kullway rlKlit of  way, about one ami omi-linlf mllen inn west-  t'rlv dlrccilioii rrom tlio noithwest cornov pf  l.otaou������,Qroup].Knoii'iiny, thoin'ti wimli lu  cl-.ulnH, tlu'iii-a oiihi in i'IiiiIiih, thPiu'o noi-lh In  i'Iiiiidh, to J������.(*. Hoiitlifrn Hullway'i* riulit oi  wnv, thencfi wow. Id oluilns, along n,ild Unlit  of wav u> point of <*omimnnjoinciit, uoiitttiii-  InuffiO niiri-B uioronr 1ov>h.  Dated March 'Uh, M0.  AM'-XANDEBA.GIU.KKPIK  THE    CRl-STONSHOEMAKER  Best Workmanship  Boots &ud Shr'ofi'mncle to Order     |  A Speciality  The  Funeral Director  ff.j'agpmravrf.fri fi*^  ������������������*������������������*������*^*^������������������*ittw i "l,  iwii^iMwuiMiiirn-t'iiTiru.  ������._��������� 1  .44������ ������MM������M^I'������*������*"*������*������**i  THB DEATH OF THE KING  (By R. G. Scnt'TON)  London, Mny Ttli, JfllO  Tho King ia dead! How ntrango it  neonis; only a week utco tlio Mnjehty rt-  turuoU rrom hifi urohI htillduy nt n fnm-  uiih wntonng place, looking tit and woll;  indeed hia improvt-d honltU wiw vory  ���������frooly cotnniontert upon, for iu tho������������-  (luy������ of couutitutionul change (ho o!Hoo  vt King ontt o\\ which Ih involved thore-  in havii become even -profttor than thoir  viaual Importanco. From outward op*  jwnmuco it Hfiftini-d im thouiyh the elmnge  frmii liolltical intrigu������������ wiih which Hm  Majesty hiw hcon w> much troohluu, lied  lietn followed by the tieftt rcHiiHs  ������������������Thu King lookH wisll und not m  ���������trained a������ before hi������ holiday'' win* the  glut of ehe new n\ aper* on hit* nrrlvnl in  Xioudoii. That winie evening tho King  ���������wan preuent ut the opera nud neiiinrd in  tho beat of heiil'h nrd njririu  Wednewlay vtnv tho il������*Mt intliiittloii  thnt IUh M������J������������*ty vru* in&UyatwA, uml  only on Thorwiay night wan the o������w������  tw.M+t** ���������niri^ii'Mfly merlon* towmrrent  pttbttc mitlety. Frl'luy mnrning broniuht  gr*v������r news itill.    luH^rtani imwmi  wore summoned to London; from vory  early morning tho world'n oloctrionorvon  wero twitching with tiding* of gravest  import. Tho most piomiuont medical  specialists of Kurope woro celled to the  palace; tho chicfn of tho great government depnrtmcntH woro tummonod from  their holidnys abroad, and on special  upeedy odmiralty boat*! tho men who  formed tho King's government paced up  and down I In* il^clcs whilo tlio wiroloHH  operator-- worked fnll teuaion, nnd rod  hot funnnls poured nut ohnotR of nniolco  nudlliune; nnd Ihe grout uietropollH  woke to hear that tho mightioflt of all  enrthly niontireliH wiih fighting u hand-  to-hand oonthet ��������������� iih tlie grim reaper,  ������������������Death."  Bpeelul edltloiiH of tlio papern camo  ont overy few niimitoB, and townrdH  norm time a quiet, overnhndowed crowd  gathered round the gnteti of tf nnlrin*-))iiui  l-'olaon, The iionii-tlnio bulletin vrnti  r'Oiimdnved ltmro fuvorulili*; people rn<  inoiitberi'd llirt Mnjiuty'i* utroiig coiiHti  tniion, mid a npirlt of liopefnlnewH pre*  vnlieil; but the 8 n'olook bullellii did  nut beer out, tho pioviOUH luliiiiaHeu,  ������������������The Kiiig'H cytnttiiiM have l,eeome  woi'He during tho day ami Ilia Mnjwttty'h  All the Latest in Hats,  Flowers, Ribbons and  Veilings,   Ladies'   and.    j  Children's Sailors  .     i ...  A iiue assortment of Ladies'  Waists, from $i. Infants'  Silk Bonnets, etc., etc,  S.  FOR SALI3 OR RENT���������A five-  roomed house on Vietorlti avoniio,���������Apply to Jas. Adlard.  WANTED���������Clirl .fov Rtnornl hoiiRO  work. Modern house and wnall lumily;  wai*0H "fau a month ���������AddroHS IVlrn, ]Iohh-  eter, .Box 517, Oninbroolc.  V iVsiVi������V������VAwVVvVirMVV*������/VV v^V'i/SAi'^AAAiV^iVv'^^'^iiArf^AAA' VSAAkSAi' vV  Fine Cigars and  Cigarettes  ALWAYS ON   HAND.  ��������� .... YOUNO  ' Poiirth Street, Greaton, B.C.  ���������niiMUVkuftii  Szy> Johnnie* can you tell  me Ifohere I can hire & Good  Saddle Pony?  Sure!   Try the  EST  J.VERY  It's the BESTINVOWN.  There's a Gooa, Dray nnd  Transfer in connection* , Also  Green and Dry Wood* *.  I w      , 1  Cameron Brs.  PROPRIETORS  dpiCBQ ioSlS!  Spiced Jg!'!s'!{  ������������������������et w+*r*M*jm^mt***r������K  ' i i     n        '   I  We have a frisk supply of  SPICED  mmuAmwumvmi  nMm*mtmm*mimm������*iHm  i  The Oreston  Barber  Pool Room, Billiards  - and -  '   Barber Shop    /  BATHS  Both Mot and Cold  At the . .  TonsorUl Parlor, Fourth St*  2  \  ljL������ii*''������iw,*w^  '"-r^r'iiirrrm'iwinfwirii mWKm#mmrt*m*mm*m~t~m*'������������������������������������^������������������'���������"���������������������������������������������������������������ii"* ���������* "t|"1' ' >'��������� ������ atmn  OF WTBR&'ST TO FRUIT GROWERS  Will ft. iti TO 11K.U i'lii'1 V thM t luivo liihiM-etoil Lho Kwwiy f.lnek  grown hy the llivwiiido Kiirnerv, Grund PorUii, l\,Q , end found no  inft������tioni* di*<*������A������'H.  The utoalc in well grown aud of eioellont qunllly  i  Theso riro Bouelnps and tnko tho  ploco of Ham on Bncon nt a Low  Price that will suvpru.0 yo^.  Fresh Beef, Perk  Veal arid Mutton  Fresh and Smoked Fish  Of AH. Kinds,  Llmltod  CRESTON  j  \*',\  " ',  J<  HOlh September, 1IH)I>.   M.-H. MIDDLKTOK,  AMlBtnnt. i^rovln'ilwjJIbM'U  WALTI2R V.-JACKSON,- -Anwit. for.,., . n.-A���������  ORKBTON, Il.CJ.  .Ktyj  iai-^  ,������������I������|M������  mmmmmm  I  Stavft^ 61 Go,  Whol^Bnle  Provision*!,   Produce,   Fruit  C'oiioru) ComniliiHlim Muruliunli  NELSON        -        B.C.  "^������**^>bM*<-yi*l*iWWW������*������,^������W^*-'i^ ~  M^^trvi������^*%^^  CRESTON  On Sirdar Avenue    j������  ^������..;r;;.:- ��������� ���������r.**m  TZZ. * \ y (\  an  1  8 Tinsmith';  ��������� :'\V ]Md  \ JFresb Bt^ab ana  Ipastt^ built  ^Boston Bufi<J Z*u/m una  Chicken fk, fyetp'jSifarday-.  hi i u i ;U,i i ii,. *m im ������,* w) 11, i.. ,i 4 h  Plumber  %>>ih#*ium*uiim*********  Tinware  Stows  Piping  Hot Air and Hot 3.  ... .       , in*f>fpiH\sA>���������  ��������� I .:���������'��������������� >'0'l���������'<���������('.:>������������������ ���������-'   "n"1-"'ry  ������  ���������-i  xy:-!Vyy>y  *  :jW?*y^^  vU'.i'.  AA  ,!>,-' '���������'���������-l:i������'..>.-,ii|i',rt^.-���������v-  ,*itji\.-.i-.|,-'..  AH?4y!?vyXH������Wi>i,htA;&/  ���������������������������>, ���������'-';. ,..���������(.. I'*        V.  I /     ..  \ '  THE C&BSTON RJEVJEW  a  ' *\.; T&if^  srr  1/  to  onndifiQn is now pii*>ical." The seW  \\ as flashed on to the screen at-the great  "Vest- "End pleasure houses. _ People  scarcely seemed to cwsaifc ^fchoir eyes;  many hurriedly leltand joined the silent  waiting throng, coming aui going, out-  hide the piilace gates, Vlxore thef small  white sheet, pmned on a board, con-  fiimod tho bad tiding*. But oxcepfc for  a certain sononsness, tW lieait ot the  gieatcifcy thiobbetl���������as usual, and the  theatre crowds w^e stiR lingering in  the streets when tho fiuiii bluw foil.  ~Jnpt before midnight tho word went  round, coming, ������o .ouo knew whence,  "The King is dead;" end almost before  the words were heard the papers were  out. The oiLes of tho btieet boys, the  swift sush for the papers, the glance at  ihe fatal headlined, and then, hushed  waB the noise and laughter, the saloon  doors swnng to, the tables in the midnight restaurants were deserted. "Very  quietly the crowds wont home; with a  subdued sob as it wero the gay city sank  toross. The mos*i popular khi������ England, tho British. Empire his ������7er known  had passed from his throne m the height  of his power and popnlnrity. "Without  warning, almost before tne truth could  he realized, an empire's pride had become an empire's warning���������The King is  dead.  Outside tha gales of the palace a vast  waiting crowd stood bareheaded and silent in the cold night air whilst a white  Mired old footman in the royal liveryf  'with trembling hands, the tears rolling  down his cheeks, posted np the last fatal  notice:���������  6th May, 1910, 11.50 p.m.  "His Majesty the King breathed his  last at 11.45 tonight, in the presence  of Her Mnjpfaty the Queen, the Prince  aud Princebs of "Wales, the Princess  Royal, Duchess of Fife, Jihe Princess  "Victoiia and Puncess Louise "  F. H linking, M.D.  J. Reid, M.D.  B. D. Powell, M.T>.  B. Dawson, M.D.  The^linds of the palace windows fell  down and from the great 'dome of St*.  ?    -    -1 *  Panl'a'came the muffled tolling of the  ' ^paslitngbeiry ''*-"*   Vv  The suddenness of the blow has added  '   greatly to the sociai'comusion widen al-  * ways follows the death of a. Sovereign.  ,    All court receptions and funotion^, all  '*"   great society dinners and entertainments,  ������ have been cancelled,' This" season was  i   i to have been one of .the most brilliant  for many years    The Anglo-Jap "exhibition Und tho Pageant of Empire, in  ���������    whioh twenty thoasand actors will take  part, was to have commenced on the 7th  j    DS&f, feud 300,000 school ohildren*had  \    been invitod to see the opening performance.   'This of conrsehnsbeen postponed  _ until after the funeral.     All   theatres,  - music hnlla and places   ot amusement  - wero closed on Saturday and many will  *. not ra-open until after the days of im-  , i    mediate mourning aro over.   The opera  r  season will Buffer and many "West End  ilrms must face considerable losses; then  / '' ������h������ postponement of social events, for  *V ' which muoh provision had been mado.  Li i ilven so prosaic a body ns the Assoc in-  - iion of AcoQuutantii,, at whose annual  dinner X w>s to bave been.������ puest in the  Hoi born on Saturday, havo abandoned  the dinner at a few hours notice. The  loss to high-class restaurants from a,  large number of such cases must be an  enormous aggregate sum.  Among no section was the King so  popular ef, the racogoing nnd sporting  oublio AU sporting events have been  hold o\ cr, and the Derby, thf* classic of  the turf, will not bo the social event oi  the season as would havo been the case  had fLe most popular sportsman in Europe, with a bullianfe party, been present in the royal enelosuie.  Tho Kiug was a genuine English gentleman; hia faults were the fanlts his  peoplo loved. A a mau of tho world he  was loved by society; as a spDrtsman he  was the darling of the publio. Kiswork  in the cause of international peace endeared him to the more sober element of  his countrymen, and by his tact and  judgment ho held a pre-eminent position  at the International Couuoil Table.  He leaves the lielm of th** "Shin of  State" in a timo of change and difficulty,  when his gniding band will be, aorely  missed.  At the dread summons, which comes  sooner or Inter to all, whether of high or  low estate, he left an earthly throne, but  it is safe to say that he is enthroned for  ever in the hearts of his sorrowing subjects and in the records of his country.  rum  Far Bollaffs  Are you satisfied  ���������with tho catch?  Aro you using the  b03tbait?  Classified Want  Ada.  in  tbis  parpsrbnag  Mrs. Murphy has just  opened a  j   Clothes Cleaning  1  T**  Tii * ��������� _  ������������������- ir-������wsw w TiTrs o r  ^*       <������ *���������-*  T**  ��������� 1 >  jrcepamng otismess  In tlie Bast block, and will  guarantee all work entrusted to her. lY- any years experience at the work.  Bring in your Clothes  IL  .a BIW������ IV<& ������ j [Si ������l.a.   I   11 ii^i ������%  Editor Oreston Review:  Deaf Sir, ��������� I havo beon away from  home since 16th of Maich and only just  read your issue of Apiil 8th. I want  particularity to draw your attentiorf to  your Editorial, ** Mr. Compton Sustained," In which you state that Mr. Metcalfe placed the value of apples at $1 00  to $1.25 per box, as against' the ���������75 cts  mentioned by me in the article on " Orchard profits," written some time ago.  Did you ask Mr. Metcalfe if that price  woulilbe obtained for the nest *en years?  If you had I fancy his answer would  have been different.  No one will be better pleased than I if  these big prijes can be maintained by my  Oreston friends, but business sense compels me to figure out the profits of orcharding at the lower price; and if that  price can be secured for the whole output, the mau who cares properly for his  orchard, will make good money. >  Time will show who is right.  Yours truly  W. J.   Brakdbith,  Ladner, B.  O.  May 14th 1910  way. not be lost sight of that a barrel  contains two or three times the quantity  of a case.  Now we come to the case fruit things  are simplified and one can note at a  glance the prices obtaining, as it is the  rule for the case to contain approximately 401bs. of apples. Starting with Oali-  fornian fruit, we find "Newtown Pippins" of four tiers making S2.60 a case,  this being selected fruit. Second and  third quality or same variety making  $2.25 and ������2 respectively. Oregon  goes one better with the same variety,  first quality realizing S3 25, second  quality 5.3, and third quality $2,50.  *We now come to Australian fruit and  find "Cleopatra" taking the lead at  $3 60 for firsts and $2.76 for seconds.  Then follows "Jonathans" at ������3.50 and  $2.50. "Wellington" brings up the rear  at 13.50 and $2. >  Tasmanian "AfristonB" fetch $2.25 to  &o 50, and prices fall for this country  (Tasmania) to $1.95 for "Emperors "  And what  about  British  ^a.u    biAO   ti\j������r vr*.  the trQ*. sure, First qualitrB.O. applea j  made $4 50 per case and none were sold  audisi* f3 *vm* cap*. I am sorry nofc to be  able to jjive ijukiim ot vmi^ties, as it  would be of inntfii.tl help. Still, as far  as it goes, this shows B O. is able to hold  her own against all comers, nnd let the  fruit industry have time to mature, she  wilL not only be known as "The place  where the apple grows." bnt the place  where it grsws to perfection.  J. Heath  Another word with you, Mr. Rancher.  Your crop looks good, your prospects  are fine, but have you got the right Implements to make the most of your opportunity ? Dollars spent today mean a  fortune in a iisvr years. Consult Joe  Carver about Implements and Harness.  Parties who removed articles from my  premises, will return same and save costs  as they are known.  R. M. Gensmir.  WANTED��������� Strawberry pickers, highest wages paid, quarters for families  provided.   Apply It.  S.  Bevan, Grifian  JL.C4Ul.AA.  By  Using  g&eff^  AY'5 BR  44  Yoa *will knaffo <whai  Means in PRESERVES*  " KOOTENAY" Jams are made Only by  The Kootenay Tain Co. Ltd,  Fourteen Rooms now  ready for "Roomers"  in  the  Baast  Block.  Aii    are     furnished..  Hot and Cold Baths  i*  FRANK   BAST  *   , r  McPEAK'S Store of Plenty  Are now left in which you will be able to secure  the wonderful bargains we are offering at our  V I  Grasp the opportunity a$d ������>ave, Money while  YoU have tho Chance:  I I  by the Review from the Moyie baseball j  club.  Moyie, B O , May 26, 1910  Sirs,���������I wrote yon a few weeks back  sidered my letter musthave gone astray.  I wonld like to know if you have a teamC  We would like you to come here if you  have.   We pay fare and expenses for 10  men.    We will guarantee you a close  game, taking it into consideration that  we have a, first-olass team.  -  Trusting to hear from you as soon as  possible re a game for any Sunday,  We remain, in anticipation,  ft Yours, etc.,   - ,  Herb. L. Jackson ,  [This is the first communication that  the Review has received from the Moyie  baseball team. If tbe former communication referred to was sent to the Ores-  ton baseball team, it'was not answered.  ���������Ed.]  B.C* Apples Lead the Way  We are -just now passing through the  time when North'meets South as far 'as  apples are concerned. It will of course  soon finish, bnt for the last mouth war  has been raging as to who should command the highest prices���������the Antipoden  or the northern climes.  Local observation cannot help. us, to  arrivo at a satinfuotory conclusion as to  how pricaa rulo eo wo must got on a  plane whore North moots South and East  meets West, nnd everything sold on sheer  merit,   Lot ub then tnko Govont Garden  ���������the great London center, whioh drawo  the host from nllcoun-fcrieB���������andwhatdo  we find ?   Tho latest reports I received  (April HOth) show tabulated no less thau  114 varieties and gradeE* of applon, hailing from Eastern  Staton, tho United  Stales, Australia,1 Tasmania and,BO.  Those for the groator part were Bold at  per caBO of 401ba. or at per barrel.    Tho  latter woro out of tho running completely and it ls ufleleus to tako thom into  account hero.   Sulllco it to eay, barrel  prioeu raugod from (fl for Nova Sooilan  ���������'NouparoilB" to $8 tor tho bout U.S.  ������������������Albomnrlo Pipping."   It must, by tho  NELSON, B.C.  Tifefufrj-  JyTtxrttc      >     *y    On Swan Swanaon'a plot of orchard ' ������> ,p. '���������w'^  land 6,800 trees of assorted fruits'have / i'r(,^' -,s  i\7  ?. ri,  jnstbeen  planted.    Mr. Swanson h������*3/^;  also planted some 15 acres in potatoes. A  ���������'A? '%k  y%arrf  Miss L. M. Scott, the popular young  trained nurse, of Moyie, who has been ' ^" "*,i^A  paying Oreston a professional visit, left  1"' j*f  mi,:. .~_������ -. , - j -  appears to make friends wherever she  goes, which face was evidenced on Mon*  day when a number of her friends saw  her off on the train.  William Mclnnis, an expert plasterer,  arrived in Croston a. f������w days ago. He  came from New Brunswick and is a  brother of Jack Mclnnis cf Erickson.  uresion ana srore iaiii bail teams will  play here on Sunday afternoon on the  ball grounds near Geo. Huscroft's ranch.  Kelson Jjand District���������District of  West Kootenay.  Take notice that 1, Thomas Birt, butcher,  or Creston, a o., intend to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted 40 chains  east of tne eoutheRFjt covnes* of *jO������77l7.tiienee  north 20 chains then**-** weat '���������eolMMo'" the*n**������  soma 20 chains, thence east 40 chains to point  of commencement; containing 80 acres, more  or less, *       '  May 9th, 1910.  THOMAS BJBT  TUT  ������    Jr~X*\rrTTl TV T T^K ������-'������V  LUWniM5Cl  REAL ESTATE     INSURANCE  f>    MINING ^  Office���������TELEPHONE CEKTBAIi BLOCK,  JNELSON LAND DISTRICT���������Diatrict of   .  Kootenay. " y  Take notice that we, Charles Moore, of Ores-'  ton, B.C., occupation surveyor, Georgo Alexander Macdonald Young, of Cr������stonr B.C..  occupation, agent, and James THomas Bur*  gess, of Kitchener, B.C.. occupation, agent, intend to apply for permission to purohase tho  following described landfe:  Commencing at a post planted on tbe eoutn-  erly boundary of the British Columbia  Southern Railway Co.'s right of way opposite  the63-inlle post, thence south 40chains.tnence  -west 20 chains, thence north 20 chains, thence  west 80 chains, thence north 20 chains,  tbence west 60 chains, more or lens, to the  easterly boundary ofthe townsite of Kitchener, B.C., thence north to the right of way of  tbe British Columbia Southern Railway Co.,  thence easterly alopg saidnghi of way to ihe  place of beginning, and containing 800 acres,  more or less. _, *  Dated April 19th, 1010.  ������. A. M. YOXTKO  J, T, BURGESS  O. A. 31. YOONG, Agent  Notices of Application for   Renewal  of Liquor Licenses   A.     '  >4������B  BtK  SAWMILL AT CRESTON, B.C.  Laths,  Shingles,   Brick,   Lime  Doors,  Windows, Moudihgs.  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  ,  CHAS. O. RODGERS  Take Notice that I, A. Kottb, of Blrdar, B.O     '      V  intend applying to  the Buperlntendent of   '��������� .   v  Provincial Police at Victoria, at the expira-    -���������     .,  tion of one month from the data hereof, for        A  the renewal of tbe retail liquor Uocdm held  by me for the premtses known as the Sirdar        * '  Hotel, situated at Sirdar, B.C. i        -'-'  Dated at tsirdar, i������.C, Siay 6th, iSiO.  A. NOH.XH  ���������Xake Notice that X, W. Hall, of Erickson    ^   *  B.C., intend applying to the ^superintendent  of Provincial Police at Victoria,, at the explra-   /      *  tion of one month from, the date hereof, for  the ronewAloftbe'Mtail-liquor lloenia held ,      ,  by me for tbe premises knoton aa tbe "Erickpon   ,  Eiotflj. uif-uated sA iSrisksoa. 2.C.        ���������    .. -    ������  Dated, avibrickoon, c,v.. Hay otb, 2viC. ,  Walter hall,    ^  " '  ������'-*- -     AX""   > "   '  Take "Notice that I. J. Marshall* or Kitchen- * -..  er, B.C., Intend opplying to tbe,Superintend- ���������,������ '���������: ~,  ent of Pravlneiftl ifefice at Victoria, at ths ex- *  plration of one month from thei date hereof,'   ,  a"  for the'renewal ol the retail ISquOr Ussass hold,. *w     '  by me for the premises known as tbe tlarshall  Hotel, situated at Kitchener, B.C.''  Dated at Kitchener, B.C., May 6ta, 1810.  J. MARSHALL. t  Take Notice I bat I, W. Burton, of Creston.  B.C., intend applying to the (superintendent  of Provincial roi;c3 at v latoria, ror me r������n������w  al ofthe retail liquor lloense beid by. me for  tbe premises known as tho Burton HotsI, situated at Creston, B.O. ,   ,.    ~,  Dated at Croston, B.C., May 6th, ltlO.,    ' ' -'.  WM. BaitTOW   y *  Take Nptto* that we, J. B, Moran and Geo.'  ea<T  ipe  .fla  fi  ^ ?  Itcad.of Creston, B.C., Intend applying to thn >���������  Buperlntendent of Provinoial Police at vie.  toria, at the expiration of oue month from the >  date hereof,for tbe renewal ot tbe retail llqnur  , >  license held by us for the premises known as  tbe CreBton Hotel,sltuotetl At Crcston.B.O.-  Datod at Oreston, B.C., May otb, 1010.������,       ,  J. B. MORAtf '  OSO. MUAD i  Take Notice tbst 1, Sidney )t?������ol������, ������>f  Croston, B.C., intend applying to the Superintendent of Provinoial Police at Victoria, at-"  the u*iibatlon or one month from tbe date,  hereor, for the renewal ofthe wholesale liquor  lloonse held be mo for the premises known as i  tbo Creston Wine A Hplrlt Co., situated at  Oreston, B.O.  Dated at Creston, B.C., May Ctb, 1010  BIDNB5YPOOLB    ' "  A.  ) \X  y>  X  \  I'J*  I  I if  > {  , <Sy%AV%A^%A*/%<lQ>>1^^ ^fab/(tJ*/*^%sb  '[  ^.  0.  ���������'���������<>) y,  l  v  VyyCyKnolijiVwi'ir ������tocit������wi':iii ^io:,fWiowiiiff,fiffiodB,',>wiU noil afc^oa^tbrlinox^fo^  VI ; diij'H, and Hitvo you oouftldoriiblo money totmy now i, .���������y:Ayxy y'X;  ."!*].���������'."'���������''-'.*,, ��������� i,,'.''.'i1,'' y;'.'A '������������������ ��������� V ������;���������'J;;:; > A.y.y > ��������� ';'., .l v :'...;'!..���������' .',;'.   \,. ..:���������'������������������       '    M'.-.' \'.n;.;  CMi>l)o^i*dfV Klt^Heii Cabinets* Sideboards;  ;/v\,E^ten������3:|oh,^^ CoiiiniOdc5,,fA.  A'^y; a;!; AIso)^toves|;a^ .1 ron ,6������cis, ij >':  r'-Spripgs.'yi^ifci Couches*  xix  wywWiW������������wrtfii  WWfW  xxy'A..' .���������y*-:.v;:-,,;MU''ivv^ \y  .     ��������� iy^>isiy'������wiw*-w������w^^i "*r^    m  j'vBi/'J.'.fiJX'.'''.',; . / 'v ',;' '!r'?;>'./'', x'.^A'X'i^?.'������������������'?���������$Aty-i^r*"--A.A-'<x ',-'',-''>���������'v'lV'.'i'/TJ,' i'���������' J/V,���������!*>''*������������������' ' ���������''' "i*" '���������''iX    - "��������� ��������� '' ;.  ,���������';.  ;,9pSTSV^l|*Tl.E  pyx. Accomplishes Much  ���������:.,'''/���������' '���������  y-,.'.- -   ���������������������������.,;.,'-, .���������i,..'i". ';���������'���������.'" ''������������������ ���������'��������� .-��������� ��������� ������������������   '  A'V'VVA.two ce'ik :iiMririi'A������l<M!'i:s lot- (or  "y.'viiiiy. lUilii. miumj/, .'Uit'VU, *uM. re-  ^juir'ci ihnuirtmU ofVtwtt fehr 'iMroni  nnd  |)������rion������l l������tt������n trt inake yo\i������  wnnu known, in s������ p\fny ���������fiwpl'* **  V % ij*7, .'IhvcitiwcnVlii'."m't :ci*������*irit-4  Wsnk Mi! ���������".':'.'��������� .���������.V-"-"v-'-  ���������     .  ^ri^fni^flll SWf ww 9r if mt'i'm^f^ ^  .���������ii1 ' .'i.iai  How Gold Dredges Get the Gold  Tlie ilecp hilla ani nigged mountains of the Klondike region !"*ivc  rlielo numberless small elrcsmt, ���������which become from time to tune  with the melting of tlie enows���������the tloudbuxets end heavy wins to  vrhich the country is tubject~raging torrents.  The ftrinding of the glaciers and the erosion of these turbulent  streams bring down rocks, sand ond gravel from the mountain depths  Una fastnesses where man has never vet penetrated!,  In a region where ledges of Gold-bearing Quartz are a prominent  feature in the formation, it it natural that these forces of Nature should  tear away quantities of exceedingly rich material,  This process lias been going on for ages. The hidden store* of  Cold away in the hills are inexhaustible. <  Tlio m������h of tho torrents is so impetuous thnt even boulders of  considerable size am borne in their count**, and only when Nature  has spent herself do they find a resting place. '  The broad creeks���������iho wider reaches,of the river���������auiet the  t slrenm, ond the Cold, in tho form ef nuggets, grains and flakes,  rapidly settles.   Gold is very heavv-^heavier than, llie rock itself, and  onco it finds n resting place, sifts down through the light surface mud  and sand until, by force of Gravity, it reaches bod sock.  . Where iho courses of alreams have been changed, tho richest Placer  Muiciaro found in their old beds, But in the larger, constant streams,  these ������5ch deposit! ore beyond ihe reach of merely human hgencies.  i< It remains for the Gold Dredge���������following tho heavy nuggets  and particles of Gold down tliiou-jli tho overlying strata in tlio oars  nnd benches of the liver, to recover thete stores ef Cold from the  liwamire-hoiup of Nature.  scoops,  The Intiff anrs of the Dr������vW, with their *ftdlptt ehttoi of bucket  ips, search down, down���������inrough sixty feci of water, und and  Bjavel,ifnecclbe--unlll the Gold sediment, and finally bed lock itself,  oftenVoverl-iid wills art actual coverlet of pure Gold���������the hoarded  silxumulatfon of centuries���������it waehed, A.y'AAyVAAAA.y  . A ; The Gold Dredge brings up thit materW Iri wholesale ''quantities,  ���������^treats if. v*ltli se|������ntlfi<: securaey lo  save ;the  finest7 .particles of  vniiift^eparAtei the dross���������and for the first lime lays bare to Uw hand  sal msri tliis Virgin Q^ltt ' xA'AAyx'':.': :  .'. Whllo personally present on our property nt Stewart -River,"  Yukon Territory,,:Klondiko, S������������>iemb*r 1st, I saw with my, own  ��������� *S������**'* ewan-up from our first nnd smaller dredge, netting $317,50,  'Am lliU iy<ti |*ia.tJoJ uiily ������ fuw J������vk hy uuu\\iuiW^m-'u^ fium  iliotamn drodgo amounilng lo $1283.66 in Gold, I Maw this. Cold,  callitifd Iwa tU gi4d-**vkg Ulla of W Dred|������<; n,KMi|d������d Into  Mw^^iwUilbafolGold.   , ���������  ., , With such rosuJu in sight wa*������e bending evtiry otr^rtvi Mttwenty-  ������l thess mammoth Drsdgea nt,work m our piopwty.-Thisrwrnrnsr,  mil haeiMul itfawW %m������at i>e���������Utpit *rA itrnnm tktn iKtS'lttsi���������������.������d 1������  ���������Irwwiy St WOlIc,   -'-y-iX Xy,~a. .yA.   -.-A.--  We control by direct lease from the Canadian Govenusaat, Om  Hundred and Fivo (105) miles of Dredgable Gravel es ths SsswmI  River, eighty miles from Dawson City, in the Klondike. Ws Itavs t  tested the gravel thoroughly with Drills, snd the i-esults sis UtjMr  satisfactory. As a matte/ of fact, the site of our holdisgs was ttUpumi.  evetfbefore the Gold Rush in 1898, to be rich in Cold���������it is s  matter of public record lhat the Gold is ther*r*but so located ������a to Vs  difficult to obtain by any hand method. And Fifty dredges ������*sU  not exhaust this ares in s Hundred yeqr*.  With a proposition so ricli, the payment of dividend* sjssl tks  continued work of development can easily ro hand in hand, v i  To hurry this work of development now, we are mrakatisg Trsss* .  ury Stock' in our Company.   Three thousand stockholdars, many ef  them well-known in the Canadian country, art already en bur books.  This necessity for Capital���������a Dredge emit'upwards of $100,00t  ���������furnishes your opportunity to participate in a wonderfully ricavsarsss.  Our Company it formed of theplek of broad-minded b*uisi������t������ vvsa  ���������Governor Ogilvie, of ihe Yukon Tcrritoiy���������known and respected ity  the whole Canadian country, at it* liead. It is economically managed,  with no salaried officials, no Bends, and bo Preferred Stool*  But ihe whole story is told in our illustrated Prosnsctm, ' Tks  Coupon will bring It to you,   Tlie supply it lim&d.   Fill oul  mail tlie Coupon to-day. ;  OoM Drcttgoa art) mnklnn millions*  Yukon BaaiiT Gold Dredging Co.,   ....  -xyX^'X'xy'Y ,������������������-.-.-.:,.p^9.,.y,y ^  ���������& W^ Clawaonr Trctti.  ,>'  y  .y  ���������������������������'';���������  mMmIMImisis mmm}#ti  B49 Somerttt BnlUiti������  v'V Ctstif������*atf*>  Ptsasi'stndj  Xy:J:'''iyM,pOStot*t*y*'y  ���������'-...������������������''.-'X'fuikl, your tart* <  .������������������''-*'.  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with, her father.
She says that he dandles her on his
knee, tosses her in the air and allows
her to pall his hair, hang his ears and
swing on his nose. She says that he is
the most'useful punching bag and muscle developer that she has been able to
discover.
How attractive this sounds I Sow delightful   such  companionship  must  bet
She tells me, too, that quite often in
the early morning, about 2 or 3 o'clock,
she and her father take a long walk.
She says she always embraces this opportunity to tell her father all her troubles, and that he listens very patiently.
She complains, however, that they have
very unpleasant neighbors who frequently interrupt her conversations with
her father by putting their heads out
of windows and shouting such rude and
insultJ��c* remarks as:
"CaC t you keep that child quiet?"
"Ws would like to get. some sleep np
here," "I love jour -sifo* but eh, tb*t
kid!"
She says this always irritates her so
tliat she talks louder and faster than
��ver, until her father begins patting her
soitly on the back and telling her nice
stories in a soft, deep, soothing voice,
and then she says she snuggles up close
to him and drops off to sleep
"What a fortunate baby she is. And
what a lonely little baby I am. Nobody loves me and there isn't anybody's
hair I can pull. My mother ib always
at receptions and teas, and my father
lives in Wall street.
Sometimes my father comes in to see
me. When ho comes in he says:
"Is the child well, nurse?"
Then he holds out one finger politely
to me,  while he gazes with a worried
frown on his  face over mv head.      I
catch the finger in all of mine and hold j
it tight. Oh, how I ding wi*h sii the
strength X have I I coo and gurgle and
show all my dimples. And onoe I punched my father playfully in the ribs and
gave him a tiny wink." I wasted hini to
know what a little sport    I was,  and
that he would really enjoy the tima lie
spent with me. Bnt my father only said
apscatly,   "AL,   li^   ciild   sss=s   vcrr
well, nurse, very well indeed!" aad ��*ft
me.
You see, my father is so busy making
money for me to spend when I grow up
that he hasn't any time to love me cow.
X am afraid when he has made the monoy. and looks around for me that I v�� n't
be here then. "When he wants them,
there won't be any babv fingers to
cling.
Tuesday, 8 p.m.
My father passed me on the    street
��o~v��s.y while X "cz in my ssrri*"*?. TTa
stopped and looked at me as? so many    ��2.50��
people do, but without any sign of recognition on his face.
How madly I bit my rattle! Would
he know me? Would no thrill of paternal pride tell him who I was? Surely,
surely he would know! I am told I have
my father's nose. Now, as he bent over
me, I wriggled it eagerly. It is a oun-
nlng liftle way I have. I heard a woman
say onoe, "Oh, watch it wriggle its dear
littlo aosa. Isn't it cut��?"
I have practiced it frequently since
then. So now as my father's eyes'searched my face, I wriggled my nose anxiously and smiled up at him. He smiled back
and poked Mb finger under my chin.
Usually I resent such a liberty from a
a stranger, but oh, how happy it made
me when my father did it 1 I kicked my
covering off and held up my new shoes
for him to admire. My dresB is inconveniently long, but I have learned to
manage it very gracefully. A well directed kick soon disposes of it.   (
My father laughed.
"Ah! Quito a Jolly, little kid. Is it
yours, young woman P"
"No, sir," said the young woman respectfully, "it is yours, sir."
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And beautifying the skin, scalp, hair
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Cuticura Soap and gentle anointings
with Cuticura Ointment often succeed
when all other methods fail. Guaranteed absolutely pur�� and may bo used
from tho hour of birth.
. "���*�� ���"������
FOREVER.  ,
"That's   an anniversary   clock, given
���ns for our wedding protmut. It runs    a
whole year without winding winding."
"Woll, I'll be   durnedl     How long
���would it run if ye did wind ItP"
ON   A RUSH HOUR CAR.
Tbe Conductor���Why don't you move
forward, there?
Tlie Passenger���The motorman won't
let mo.
_��� .������
Blebhn���"RJonee fa f-wttlnfl more absent-minded every day. Slobha���What's
the matter nowt BIobb�����H�� was terribly worried about eoinathljig this
���morning, and now he's terribly worrlod
twrans* hr can't remember what lt was*
Baby's Own Tablets are not intended
for babies only.   This medicine i3 intended ior children ot all agca.   It is gently
laxative and comforting.    Cures indigestion and other stomach troubles, constipation and simple fevers.      Guaranteed
free from poisonous opiates.   Mrs. Paul
Carrier, Petite Meohins, Que., says:  "I.
find Baby's Own Tablets the best medicine I have ever used for children.     I
have nsed them for most of the troubles
that   afflict  little  ones, and  have   not
known them  to   fail.    Mothers   should
always keep them on hand."    Sold by
medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents
a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine
Co., Brockviiie. Ont.
-   - , ^ t��. . ���  ������ ���
CLOCK WITHOUT   HANDS.
Interesting Electric Timepiece Shown
at  Louisville.
A very interesting electrical clock
was exhibited at the Southern Electrical and Industrial Exposition, held
In Louisville, Ky. This clock is different A from the ordinary in having
no hands. Minutes are indicated by
means of 60 Tadial rows of lights, each
containing 32 electric globes. The
hours ar�� indicated by snorter rows of
"colored lights. In nlaoe of the hands,
then, two lines of light sweep over the
face of the dial, one indicating minutes and the other hours. Bach second the illumination in an outer circle
of lights moves forward, one lamp, and
when an entire circuit has been completed the row of minute lights is advanced one interval. The hour hand
moves at fivo-minute intervals. The
dial is formed on the face of & huge
pendulum, which swings to and ico
over an arc of 15 feet. The jpendulum
is 48 feet long, and its weight, with
5,485 lamps and 11,000 connections required, is 3,000 -pounds. Over a mile
of wife was used in making the "-'on-
nections of the clock
 ������ e*     ���    ���
Like Some Grown-Ops.
Little Jeanette apologized for the action ox her new ba,by sisio? by sayingt
**You a**, she hasn't any ��ense yet."
Her mother objected to such an idea.,
and Jeanette replied; ""Oh, of course,
she's got sense enough, bat it isn't working yet."
CURED HIS BLADDER TROUBLE
Mr. Herbert Bauer, of DavLsville, says
he cv^e Gin Pills a debt of gratitude
which he can never repay. He suffered
for years with Bladder Trouble, and
could not pass Urine except by much
straining, which'caused great pain.
.Mr. "Bauer sent for a free sample of
Gin Fuis~    The  first dose did
Berlin Has a Lot of Them, but Seemingly They Are Always a Novelty.
There are about 23,000 soldiers in
PotBdam, which isn't a great distance
from Berlin, and there are always
soldiers in the German capital on j
guard before various palaces. Besides '
ther is a review almost every morning
on the Exercirenplatz and guard
mounting every day at the Konigs-
wache, so that it might ssom likely
that soldiers wouldn't arouse a great
deal  of  interest in  Berlin. *
It is, however, quite ,the contrary.
The sound of a band playing sends
every one running in the direction
of the music Even if it is just a
small company going along the streets
the folks appear eager to watch it.
"What ever the cause, soldiers apparently are an unchanging novelty in
Berlin.
Arrested for Sneezing.
The most silent town in Europe is (ov
rather waa until recently) not Bruges
apparently, but Dxiescu-Votdamm, in
Brandenburg. Here the municipal regulation with regard to street uoiees
are so -riot that a visitor a short while
ago was fined five marks for sneezing
out of doors. Tho stranger refused to
pay, and though assured that this small
fee saved him from the properly deserved punishment of prison, ho remained
unmoved, by tho ospnttadon -of *5enw��s��a.tjr
and preferred to argtie the matter out
in the local court. He was eventually ao-
quited, but since the verdict the head of
the police of Drioeen-Yordomm refuses
to answer for order in the streets of
that locality.���From  the Queen.
r
Try thia
NEW
and
SuRC
jtiome
1
DYE
B 5    iB ���wm'\L''9'^m':%������'���''
i QNE^^ivLL1^05 OF
W*ft   J |
You don't have to know what your Goods ��
are made ot SAME Dy? for ALL--No 1
etuuece of mistakes. Aii coiors w> seats uca ���
your Druggist or Dealer. Sample Card ana |
Booklet Free.    The JetinsoR-Riehardeon I
B Os- '-tesKed.
  Jenn ���>*���-
Dept. J., Montreal, Q"*/
Arc They on the -increase in
ths Voung Women of
Jo-day?
Our  daughters,   by denial of the sim-
.pler modes of living in wlufeh our giand-
mothcrs flourished, are developing  into
meie bundles of    nerves.  In  tiuu  brief,
but all- too true, conclusion Mrs.  S.  E.
Powers, well known in Bridgeport, proceeds to say that no responsibility lests
with  greater force upon    parents  than
that of  fortifying      the    over-strained
nerves of their children by a judiciously
sdeeted tonic  and careful    diet.    "My
third daughter hud  just    finished her
High School course.    She gave Bigns of
abtonco *of  ropose������lacked  golf-control���
was nervous���irritable and    very    high
htrung. Sho had formerly always shown
escellont temper   and   judgment,     and
thoso outbursts of impatience and temper dearly indicated hor health i��Uut beat fault.   I was advised to givo her For-
roxouo and got four boxes at once.     I
took particular care to see that she ate
regularly   aud sufficiently of nutritious
food.    Had she not boen built    up by
ferrozone, it is hard to say what serious
troubles  might    havo  been   developed.
Certainly Ferrozone is a splendid medi-
cino for such troubles, weatucP3 and ill-
health as young girls suffer.from."
Every growing girl and boy, in fact
auy person in low or debilitated health,
will bo quickly built up by Ferrozone���
try one or two tablets ot meal time; 50c
per bos, six for $2.50, all dealers, or
The ^Catarrhozcuc Co., Kingston, Canada.
���,,. ,.    .a,�� �����    ,
Look Out for Thirteen.
On his thirteenth birthday tbe other
week, Charles Henderson, of Charlotte,
Mich., rode thirteen miles to an uncle's
house. While there he went out to look
at 13 pigs in a pen, and then climbed
a shed 13 feet high and fell and broke
13 bonea in hi3 body. It ought to have
ended up wdth 13 doctors coming to see
him and charging his father $13 apiece
for attendance, but it didn't. There was
only one doctor, but he said the lad
would be 13 weeks in bed. "Look out for
the number 13. If you have just thnit
number of cents in your pocket give 12
away and escape the hoodoo.
New Lease of Life for Old House.
The oldest house on' Cape Cod, bull's
about 1690, is being moved from its present location in VVesc uxewBier xato
the adjoniing town of VDenmis, where it
will shortly be ohanged into a magnificent* summer residence by J. D. Anderson, of" Hartford, Conn.
- This ancient landmark of more than
two centuries was built for one of the
first settlers in Brewster, John Dilling-
much good that- he ordered six hoses,
and began io take them regularly.      A
month's treatment completely cured Mm;   ^        .     j^^. winslow> axid fcas always
You can try Gin tills tieiore you ��o?    been t^n ^ th��     old     Dillingham
them.   Write **��umtu T>r*g feCheraisa**    j^g^  Qn one of the large rafter   "
Co (Dept. H. L.), Toronto, for free 6am- -     -
l t>1*.    At all dealers;  50c. a "box, S fo?
������ ������.
li-
'v.
..xUl)Bi*S/V',
lOiDNEY
KO SUBJECT FOR EXPERIMENT.
Halfway to the altar the groom, who,
preceded by the groom-persons walking
two and two, had entered, carrying a
spray of groom-roses, on the arm of his
mother, stopped and made a speech to
the assembled guests.
"My friendB,'T quoth he, "it isn't fair
that you stare at me altogether. This
is an age. of equality as between the
sexes, ��uu so I wish you would try and
be interested some in the bride waiting
at the chancel yonder with her best woman. And will the reporters please givo
about as much space to her clothes as
to raincj" t
It was very, prettily done, and on all
sides a buxz of admiration went ifp.
Sl��.
Minard's  Liniment for    sale    everywhere.
.-. ��� 4 ��� S>        '  ��� -
Where   Every   Drop  Counts.
In the Yakima Valley, Washington,
whew; the big apples aTe grown, ana
bearing orchards ecil at one thousand
dollars an *acre, rata is eearco. Irrigar
tion is practised everywhere. But now
and then daring the growing season a
light rain will fall for a few minutes.
These rains, aays the Youth's OoitLpon-
lon, arc hlgbly priiied, for inrlgation
water is measured closely, and served
to ��och user in proportion to his acreage.
Last summer a fruit-grower who owns
forty .acres of orchard was rejoicing yin
ono of those precipitations of moiaturo,
when one of his hired men entered the
���'Why don't you Btay in out of the
rain?" inquired the fruit-grower.
"Oh, that's all right," replied the man.
"A little dew like that doesn't bother
me a bit; lean work right along just
the earae." . . .     .   .
"Tliat Isn't the point\" exclaimed the
rancher. "Next time it raiim-you come
into the houso. I want that water on
the 1*jvM"
BETTER THAN SPANKING.
Spanking does not euro children ot
bed-wetting. Thoro Is a constitutional
cause for this troublo. Mrs. M. Sum-
mers, Box W. 8, Wlndnor, Ont,, will send
free to any mother her successful home
treatment, with full lnstnitions. Bend
no money, but write he* to-day if your
children trouble you in this way. Don't
blame the child, fho chances are It can't
help It. Tliis treatment also euros adults
and aged pooplo troubled with urine dlf-
flcultlos by day or night.
THE CnTWTTATj TEST.
(Chicago News.)
They wero talking  about endurance
tests in -patience
"Pntiivrinel" echoed tlie fair girl.
"Why, your sex don't know the firrst
TucHtnontx of natWvnoo. Did a man over
attempt to mako a erorsy quilt P"
"I don't know, I am mini," yawned
iho more man, "but�����r���did a woman
**w iittoiiipt io color ft roofTM'hftU'm
plpof"
And then the changwl tho subject.
��� m �� o*: ���
Hard to Choose.
���Which do you prefer, Johnny, Ohrfs-i*
miiM or thu Fourth cr? July?"
"191 g*t burned I like Ohrlntmoi the
best, anu wlion every tiling's et up and 1
have the stomach-ache I like the fourth
the beet."
On one of the ' large rafters In
the aifctio there is cut the date, "1600,"
showing the ctste on wiiieh it was erected.���From *:!:,��� Boston Globe.
 ���������	
I was cured of Acute Bronchitis by
���-�����-��� - -^-*.��,  -��� T.rr-,rpvpm
JVUJN AJEVLS D jjiix��m***. jt.
Bay of Islands.   J. M. CAMPBELL.
I was cured of Facial Neuralgia by
MINARD'S LINIMENT.
Springhill, N. S.       WM. DANIELS.
I was cured of Chronic Rheumatism by
MrNABiyS LINIMENT.
Albert Co., N. B.   *QEO. TINGLEY.
ouasa jobs fob tailors.
Suit   to   Wtetch     V/Ke'o     Hair���Hand
Painted   Riding  Trojoers.
Some ol my cu'au^.ii^i.s m\i *.xi>raoi-
uni��uy uotioiiis na3.u-dinj0* ctbtlunr, a.kvi
now .mid ajyaiii I am eaiLd upon to malvc
a 6,uii, from mitoriai which" Lm nsv>;i
found wi thi: n a taiiWi, shop, said a fa.>li-
iomiblo tailor in the W��st, Bud to i'.xr
\��ji!��.w the other day. Only last w^ck an
elderly geiuUomnn inquired mo t>o maku
a suit oait of a blanket whioh hz (had hid
dyed a purple brown.
A proiniucnt K. 0.��� always wears-a
brown suit, and during ihe iaat Vmc-.-
yoaie ha has to my knowledge never ordered a suit of any other color.* Hi:
dons trousers and co'i<ts of a brown huo
bwuwe that is the color of h* wifo's
hair. Whenever he requires a new suit
he invaa-iably eends me a email tuft of
utiir nom his wile's head, with a request for a pattern as neaT to the shade
A stockbroker wears great awd undercoats witli movable sleeves. The sleoves
are fastened to tlie shoulder by an ingenious arrangement of his own invention and tha fit of the garraenits is not
interfered with in any way. This gentle-"
man's trousers are somewhat unique,
owing to the fact that no buttons appear
on them. Tke fronts are fastened with
a particular kind'of clasp issesmbJang
that found on gloves, while safety pin*
attach the tops to the inside lining of
the waistocats, making suspendero unnecessary.
One of our best known *octors always
wears coats that are braided. Hia dinner
jackets are bound with gay colored ribbon amd the waistcoats he wears with
them are hand painted with forget-me-
nots. The painting is done by a first-
rate artist, who oMTges nie eevm guineas for each waistcoat I pl<a<oe in hi?
hands to decorate on behalf of my customer. The waistcoats, I might eay, arc
made of a fine white leather.
A judge who always comes to me wlien
he is in need of new wearing &-jyt>oircl designs Jub own suits.    Thie gentleman ia
very eccentric with regard to his pocket
flaps,  and   he   is   constantly   changing
their size and shape.    Not lon-^ ago he
commissioned me to make for him a riding suii.    The seat and inner 1
of the knicker were  io be
and   painted   to   imitate   the   cloth���a
check���of which the suit was otherwise
compos**!.    "When I had completed the
suit the leather portions were so well
painted that the judge himself at first
thought I had disobeyed his order ^.nd
had made the knickers entirely of cloth.
A well known sportsman wears in the
hunting -field a waas&coat manufactured
from the hair of his wife ajnd five daughters.;, I had fen call in the services of a
wig maker in constructing this garment.
This reminds-me that an artist" living
in Paris haa a ��oat woven of huiman hair.
The coliar and cuffs of this novel garment are of black hair, while the body
and sleeves are- of brown.
The late Samuel Pope. K. C, a man of
particularly heavy build, was always
measured for' his "clothes  srttimig down
r leg parts
of leather
SEVENTEEN YEARS Tttfc STANDARD
Prescribed and recommended for women's ailments, a scientifically prepared remedy of proyen worth. Ihe
result from their use is quick and permanent.   For sale at all drug stores*
G. D. SHELDON
Dr. ivaorse's
Indian Root Pi
exactly meet the need which so often
arises in every family for a medicine
to open up and regulate the bowels.
Kot only are they effective in all
caeeB of Constipation, but' they help
greatly in breaking up a Cold or La
Grippe by cleaning out the system
and purifying tne oiooo. In the eaaas
"Wav they relieve or euro SUleusnem,
Indigestion, Sick Headaches, Rheumatism and other common ailments.
In the fullest sense of the words Dr. -
Morse's Indian Boot Pills are
A Household Remedy
^- a
Two French Conscripts.
Every year about" this time aro
French papers entertain their Tead-
ore with tne names oi the smallest
and the heaviest, and sometimes the
-tallest of the conscripts,-tor thia is
tho season when the youths join -the
army to  commence their training.
The commune of Viney, is iBere, nas
this year tho;distinction;:of,not only
providing: the smallest Boldier, but
also the fattest.y Tho .first is a boy
named Marohand, who is 1.06 meters
In height, that in, 8 feet o% inches.
Tho Daniol Lambert ot tho conscripts
is ono Bonnard i by name, and v: he
turns tho scale at the oolosBal weight
of 122 kilogrammes or 10 stone^ fl
pounds. Military training, it in
hoped, will have its effect on both.
���From the London .Globo. yA
y ;���: -i+����-i .
Your Jttruvalat Will Tell Van,A;
Murine Eyo Remedy. Relieves Soro By**,
Strengthens Weak rayon. Dooon't Smart,
Soothes ByeJPain, and Bells, for 60c. Try
.by ���
Murlno   In   "Vour
and   In   Babyl
��� _   ...    .     IDyoB        	
my es for Scaly HJyelidB and Granulation.
A;.p'.i.'i y . '<e �� ���� ������        -''AyA-VA
Snuff nnd Salntship. ,.
Tho "Bulletindc la Sooloto eontre l'Abus
du tabao" informs u* thnt the amlablo
Saint Vinoont do Paul was an invoterhto
wvuff .taker. Nature provided him witli
an ampleA capacity for Indulgence ip liis
apparent weakness. The habtt' ;'al.ub��t
ooet him his salntBhlp. "When tlio''quo��-
tlon of yhia, beatification waa usder!;doV
eideratlon "l'livoeat du dlable" broiiKht
forward, the onuff talcing aa a sonuuaJHy.
Fortunately among tho paporn of "Vlnr
cent do Paul waa found a phyalcUn'fl.
order In' which he wuo recommended;.to
take emvff freely, among other reasons;
to clear his brain. Without this document there would,havo boon no fetttltj-
catlon, and without beatification.'there'
would hav�� been no canonization.���'from
the London Olobo.
,  ^i��t>���.-	
Minard's Liniment Rollevoo Ncuralgin
; . ���"��� im* *" -
���      ���'.."��������������� --BUE MEaNT WELL. "
(Llpplncott's.)
Tlie young son of a wontorn family
was away from home for IiIh first y��av
In college. His mother had beon to vinit
him, and noon her return met n friond,
who asked if lier boy was home-sick.   ".''
'No,'* maid the doting mother. ��T wn*
afraid he would be, no 1 saw tliat he wm
located In one ol the beat maternity
house* of the eoUeuo.''
..ii�����., ��>.��.i��%�� 4fr> i,'ii.iiii ,
Mlnnrd't Liniment Cures jDendruff.
���Ite���I get my wall at tlie club* r*he
-��-Th*tJ* where I'm Ity lug to get Wy
tnattt frowi,���New* York Kvenlwg Tel��f
tgratn,
Doge9   Hors-slng   instinct.
Is a sensible dog ever "lost?" Years
ago Capt. Overstreet sent, by express,
from Horse Cave a greyhound to Franklin., by the 3 p. m. train, and the dog
was bock for breakfast. A half century
ago the late John Thompson Gray, of
Louisville, left with a friend in Illinois
a prairie chicken dog that reported home
jn what is now Crescent Hill, in the
eastern part of Louisville, within a week-
after his master's departure from-the
luinois shooting fields." And not somajj-f
years ago* a female hound left behind at
the Crab Orchard, Ky., national fox
hunt, reported- to her master's kennel
at Hot Springs, Ark. It isn't the dog
that gets lost, but the master or the
real heart-home of the dog.   Don't you
I suBpect so?���Elizabeth (Ky.) Messenger.
|      *"; --������       ��'��������; r
��Mhhh~Giim
auiolfly atone oouaha, cures colds, beale
the tmoatand luuta, -   -   -  35 cent*.
���   ��� �� �� ��   	
Some Obervattons.
��� Theso  aro  some   interesting,, para-1
graphs  clipped from ���*. n. recent ":;:1bbvo
of an American advertising journal:
i   Stopping an ad io save"���, hioiieyy;is j
like Btopping a clock to  Bayotime.
If all thought alike, there woiald
he no hoTso trading or advertising.
Tho time to advertise ia all the
time. The man who fisheB longest
hae the largest basket of fish.
Advertising is an insuTariceV policy
against forgetfulness. Ity compels
people to thlnlc of you.   yx'Ayy������������/<
The tmprofitablenoBs of advertising
is not in doing too much of, it���it iB
in not doing it correctly.     ' .��.
Liko eating, advertising should he
continuous. Vwhon to-day's breakfast
will answer lor to��morrow a ybu can
advertise on tho same principle.
If advortioing i a not a profitable
Investment, why do ao many���; Buooeaa-
ful houaea in nil linos of trade keep
continuously at itP Aro thoy in orror
or are youP A ���.���*  ' A
Advertising, doea throo thinga���informs tho publio who you are���where
you uro, and what you have-to aoll.
No one lioa awalto thinking of your
buainean; out of print out of mind.
Mlnard'o Liniment Oiireay Burns,' Etc.
Investment
Broker
A sDedalty made o�� investments
in Standard Railroad and Industrial Stocks. - .    ,
Call or write for full particulars
regarding plan of investment.
Room 101, 180 St. James St.
Montreal.
Bound  to  Get the   Details.
One of Ihe chief practical merits of
won-%n, it will be acknowledged, i��^
their careful attention to detail. Receive one more illustration. She was aa
earnest politician, and she went canvassing for the right side. Then, with
an alluring smile to the shirt-sleeved
man who opened the door, "Good morning/' said she, "could you tell me if Mr.
Smith is at home?" "Oh!" the stolid*
man was plainly surprised. "E's dead
some time.". Then said tho lady, with'
X*eneil end e-ar��l reedy for the new address, "And oan you tell me where he- v
has gone?"���Manchester Times.
It's the egotist's I's that   give
such a distorted view of lifo.
him
He found that when he was' measured in
the customary way he looked ridSculoua
in his clothes when eeaAed- On account.
of his -enormous proportionsMr. Pope
was permitted to address the v,=ouri ��;-��'���-
ed, and so that he should look all right I
in his clothes when, in that position he
wns always measured for them in tha
wny described. ��� ���*
- One of my customers wears a suit of
clothes wliich in color resembles the coat
of his dog���a tawny 'poodte. Moreover,
his overcoat is of the some color, and on
the inside breast pocket of this garment
there is woven in silk^an admirable por-
trait of the dog. - It ^appears tbat this
animal saved its master's iife by awakening him in the dead of nighi vSuen his
house caught- fire some years ago. In
memory of the deed iny oustomcr carries
the dog's portrait about with him and
wears clothes that match the color of
the dog's coat'.    .
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(Buffalo Express.)
"Juet hack from Africa,"     said tho
friend in answer to a question.
"Africa 1 I didn't know you were   in
Afrioo."
"Of oourse not!  Mr.  Roosevelt woe
there at tho same time."
Stop
s^��t>S^^!assi^91
Change that limping, useless horse
into a sound, healthy fcotse, willing -
and eager to do a good day's work.
Don't let a Spavin, Curb, Splint,
Sprain, Xliagbone or any other ]>me-
mess keep yonr bone in the stable.
Cure it with
Kendall's
Kv&tt-er-l-n
��� **ni��a?>
It cures without leaving a sear,
blemish or white haira���becaoisitdoes
not blister. -.
Port Kails, B.C., June Utfe IBCOt
"Rave bees uslmg yonr, Wnlment for,
years and fiod it all that yce represent. ?!
Have not been without It forJOyeaw." ,
GBOROS GORDON."''',
$1. a bottle���6 for 95, .Excellent for -
hoKoeholA use.   Sold by alt dealers.
' AsIc for ftee book "A 'freaUse On The
��� Horse'��or write ws for copy.        ���-    SS
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be equal to ftny.floijd
address Immediately and.nrree to; seu-io boxes omyol
Dr. Maturlu'a l'omous Veaetablo nils at coo. a boxj
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ojypaway
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nojrvous.troublea,llvor, bladder an
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HidJnvlBorat
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Blootf rurlfier and inviaorator, a Qrand-rflnlAana. Wfo
send io ortiolos of Jewolrs ...,
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AGENTS or LADIES WATCH
ih;
bur RcSejflios.'
the Bfttne day the money Ureceived.
igrar
tvhav
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tor our pills wlthouv delay,
ur Ilcmedfos. '
valujiblp Watoh
. T.jB>l>oautiful Watohos to advertjiil'tt
tliYslB a grand opportunity to aeourp ar^i
valujiblp watoii wlUiouvhavlnji to spona a cent ;And
pur Wotoli la a Btem wind and Btem aet and not tne cheat
bnokwlnii artlelo aoneraUy,alron as premiums,A Bona
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THr PH. MATUmN MEDICINE CO.     Wntcu Pert, 20
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A  Rose  Colored  Statement,
Misa Jane Addama, tlio brilliant head
of Hull Houso, aaid ab a hinohoon of
tho Chicago Civic Club:
"Wo women wJU have wiueh to fight
for. Our battle will be long* and difficult. Woll, let ub frankly admit it,
There Ib nothing to hn gained by nueli
rosi'-colorcd J>l>rnr���^s ns William'- Wldte
employod. wllllam Whlto'a brother had
killed a man in cold blood.
���"Won, WHlknii'how* about your brother ?" a vlBltor to tho town anked bim
ono day after the trial.
'"Woiy said Wnilam, 'they've put
him In Jail for a month,'   -
��That's a ratlier llfht aontoneo for a
cold-blooded murdor/ aaid tho gentle-'
man.
"���Yea, ��lr/ William p,-lwW*-|, 'but nt
the rnonth'B ond they're going to hang
him.1
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-Chicago Ttecord Herald.
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�����*�������� csplaln V.rw it,* kt&r tWrjf.' '
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anorat, an' mav given 'em away at
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E^pybody' ymg^��^f��
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tha home.   Inalat on y��ur b��ke#; wr��iipl^
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Has   Its   biaagi^i^^  E^^litin^Sslie'  ^aiyfi^esti^e^tSili^ubjI^tll^  'of ^ironM^ffiwi^^^bsbnOTJ^  ���������prbve^ent#pfyy^ur  ���������piAmmA  **'Am  VyySbsinuchAial^id^ba^  ^wiihctuaUtyttiatApie^  y,t^7iahyA:*^ea*VextentfaS^^  ;:^sh'ya^Adisagreea^ib;7j|P!u^  "3n^b^fybi^y;xbi3^  ifeSne^ybf^li^Vnb8ei||V������y^s^^  yil^arl^jw:^^  Ahas;tc������^d^^^r^hreb*tit^^  eminent  ���������sicsi'fy^.y  achievements ybf  .*������s..y{vu&y  yrebenbV  :?Wf  COMETABT MOTIONS.;  M  iWt^the '?Vy;leaet,V y- amazing Af*eat������rb:  ^ybbdiesArisA: their amazing vi  ���������;^^h^i&^:^j^ 'bb^ti'y'yv?Hbh  :'Nefv^n;A8awA; iuVyl680 y^ay'triav^Ui^t1*^:  the rate of .250  miles  a second, "and  7 th^Vv^:??1843VyiW:::'a707.' ymilea.;.'aAA'aecondi;  ;.Thqy e&ihA.; A iri^itay orbit y moyea" at eigh-  ���������^���������a^andA a Vhatt.' iVmilea Va;r8ecbhd.-; ^WoVbttai:  compare ithbAi-bbmet to .a falling bodyi  SuprxweVitj;tb��������� toVthousanda o������ millions  of ;milea;away froia tho sun; and to take  frqmifcs'bu^  libn-^niBareBt;?tb:tthb;!fcun->~"- thbn we may  aayA ifc Ala Aitt^j^a^^OdO  towards- tlio:*aiint-.���������a'nd' gSthorihg velocity  bvorjr moment^Why,does it not fall into  the Biiri P Because tlie'.���������-. arbhiteot of the  UniyorsoVtfaVe'it;'a  WycataA'a^  combined ; with ytho pull:,of, the    ; Bun,  makes'it ::mb^i7iio**'an^blHp'M^ -  :7:!-':7 '.������������������'.���������V'A:'''''Vi������������;.j**'������A'!i:.,'V''' XAX:xXyY::  v^.;A'������*'odioMfalMtf^^^  VAv'^.v^olobity. A:TMX Hio;;;'MalMJr'Vbf-!thb';.'triii.  vy ��������� y^oree suspend that; clement of Nature's  i*.������A7.&WA'fo^  f tiiyerflal chdbB,, Tlwro ia : bvbry tcaBbiii  .'���������|b' thinky^mtyeoitjiiotiii AebriBlistA^f ;'m'ln-|i^  HE  ���������at  ���������iW  ������������������;���������  ry  '< W  ;-;w'.l;,yt  %%  it'f*'.1  Mmikf^wi  T  ���������:A  ������.--1*.*,'  f-*" ,���������*'"��������������� :'4'V������������jV.'-'Vf*1w������v������ ioqnaiBii or nunute.  id to> ox largb oxtent; JmibroBOOpIb-Vpuyi!  oleB,'i flbatlttir 'ihV a '(tfaaobua!*cnvblbrib'  % a: itlth a ���������': central body poBalbly' ibl Wi'y at;  Xy:, ;|(ny - ra^^on^onBodv <Ybt yevbixy;mibwji  j> A.acoplo eorpiieele i������, whirling round^ tlio'  yi;y V .jfttitt,;tliroiigh'1 all'thbBo)obuntlbuatniilUoriB\  'AXyXW! milbflAin .exact; obodionoo to ;,tlio. Haw  Xy.i>f..,graVltotloii.A ''v."';,:'. 'yy .v,A '"'y.": A"',::".:y  y y4V'Sevan(^bara ,lwforo Newton publlBKcd  V A hl������ "Prinoipin," lie tried Ilia ������reat <Ua-  ';   ! |overy bin-tlie1 ebmet of 1080. Hia theory  Stbbd tho tvati Wm P������tli of tho brilliant',  . /linderer-i-whioh won ofcherwlae femark-  ;' V ;i i^blq vifprV Uta i tiba,r appvoaoli to tW awn~-;.  A .iwaa"ah olougatod olUpBo, ov oval* aa tho  , :;''^'^aw,:-.Mf|ulred.'A';;Noadleaii: %a- ������ay������ It waa  ��������� (tho VtiBorbua applioatton of tlito einmo  '**pHntlple that enabled Me������fi������R, Cowell  t'1! ; ;^nd ^CiwihwblU^  ial Observatory! to computo w-|fch aneh  XX;y -n������tounditt(f.<preojaibnAbxactly where ptal������  :,��������� ��������� iley'a eomot waa'now. to; bo iobko<l for ;af������  ;tcr an absenoo of 75 yeare.   , i   '  ������������������'���������'vf-      fS&timwj^     : ������������������-:  ','XX: Tlie' most poeuliar   feature bf''" 'bom������  '^taia the tiifl. - Slir Wi It, W. Clirlifcle,  f   ; ,tUo Atitronomer Aftoyal, in hl������ olwirm-  [ 'yy'Xinp; Chriatlaa Knowledffo Booiety,   haa  y -ooileoted, ������o*no atrilfing t*'������ot������ ��������� mUk ���������ro������;  i .:y;;K*rd to the^atrAnge appendatfei. ������������������������������������Whg.  tail of the ������>met of 1801 was 40,000.000  ;wlle* Io������i(rj^^thati of 1080 had a tail af  fl0,0O0,on(������;.'* ������hsm-V-"������f 18U, ; whloft   *#*a  '������������������: >-y ,.:vla{b1������r- tvt.. aeveabeon'montlii, Am of' i*0>  ,..,,.,, ,-Mi),(M; .*hJto,fa,,ywibwl.rt,Jfi&, alu������������r������  M '*. iiff *n'���������*��������������� *'*i*w������s������������' tnttlvM ** m  ��������� l4*ivW or' about 200,009,000 mllea   in  ���������' ���������'  'X    A ,'      '   ���������/.*  .'.'.'" i\ A     J"   '     x.                  iyfar$i  ^���������,:fiVfaxia.'ot^  Adayafirt:;^  'b^A^uchv:Albss^Abf;'Atim^and:^^  "^^������dbd^*^{^f^i^:|^^  ^^ManyWqf y'the-A  J^rB;.'neybrVlet^thei^  :yir^r^^AisA;madey; V i^Vbt^'^ywa^^hichV;  i'M^diil^etl^nder  Ai^qrta^y^i&::;feimtrb^V^  ;;"b^^aRVofiin^'7^the^  The experiment' for .1910.is the control  V'bi'iB^ri^^,7yV^  AAy;E.������&K};i'������^  V'b^riirientals woric^mayyv Vfill A Abutv'AVio'  l^ObO 3reara,*likeyI)biiati'B^    t^  ���������fw������������i-\.������i.o\'ivmiii������^ai'xii^*isiii-s������.-'i.~-i.- x������_������..������..    turnythejisamo to^^the+Direcfcqr.'of tho Cq-  b^bro,tiyb|;Expbriineht8 y in yApioultiirby ^ifc;  as ei>iriysa;datb;^  taihingythbA instructionf* i for;'- .'tho'/bxpori-!,'  mentfli1: andytlio blankAforhi ohywhiwi'to:  report thoArcsuits of stliby^rk;r: Will Abo  eent, to each">'��������� bxpoi'lmehtbr Abh: teiceipt 'of,  application;bld^ip^*bpqrly!filled^out;?; '  Tflie committeb r onVIApibiiltural Experi-  ''mbnta;;.d6aii^V;;to)r''a8fcsir^at  ���������menter. v^ill.fbllbwyih  ticularlyiy^  ful bud'ncqurato Via vhiaAwrk^yandyfbr^  ward to! tlio;'Bir<������tor>ia  of tho roBulta obtninbd from the oxpori-  ment, (ia eppnyaia'jpoflsiblb'after'thb cibno  bf ;7tliq,:s6aBbh.y- ;V.:.:^ XAyXyXyXy;Ayy.  0omb ndvantagoa; of; Co^porativb Exi  'porimontolvWork:'l':,-''A'.,>''-:!'V"'*A":,"v|y'\y.<: ���������  .   .,lrVlt. will ,8yfltoraati������!, lifib jndringoment  'alongv detiiiuitoAlihba,.and-'fbr.:vVoluablo  ,purpOB0Bjr/.ik:,'(,\.l :.v ;��������� y,vvi XAyAAtYoi '  2. It will distrlbutb thbr  ideas oh different  .business among,tho.best,beekeepeirs, and  ���������taatsh; tliem; to t bxporlmoht;���������* and' invest!-  '. gbtei1 't':"(���������:'''-"'���������''���������''''v'������������������"���������"'"'"���������*���������'*���������''''T( yy-'\i',;;'������i;-y,;.'A-''> ��������� A.  "   8. It wiri lead-ijo'<'���������������. aiibBtantittl inoreaao  in dpiary profit������, landVtb a steady ad-  ��������� vdhoo ih -'iipibultiiral.''bd*ueatioh\;:throug1i?.  ..ou^,0WaW������>;r;:;aA'pxx��������� X������:-AAA,   ,���������  ���������a v^;ittI^m^''bf:>;ft4^p^oft!.tb ��������� the  fruit and deed induKtrlcs ns thoBo aro bo  veiy, dopehdehfcrPt|{li^  ;  5, It willjiutereabybtinjfr people to pay  their way' throughf(college by keeping  beeii inAljic.anmmo^  are now doing in Canada and the United  Statae^ v X< -'v X-yA-AW' 'A A* A, X:.  ,'Q, Tt 'will odTaeato'.aJqhJf tm lines of  careful handling, eleee bbeervdtiow,   ne.  onrato' calculation and economical moth-  7.���������It will train aplat|������t������ ? tq^nnlte  Hclence with praotloo, aud to load others  to;do' likflwiao,Ai.V;:"VA'-,'A':VA ���������  8. It will kelp boekeenera tb anaer-  atand better'.'���������",tlio aolohtlfib , prinelplea  that they. Mad about in bulletins), re-  portB and hob jourhaU, and that they  hear about at oonventiona,  0. Ih will ad������f difillry to tlila Important branch of farm life.  10. It will exert a wholeaeme Influeuoa  In keeninff tho farm boy* and gM* in-  tere������ted in farm work, aa beekeeping  iind in Bosnia and Transylvania,A-from  .^sicKKeb.uhi^^tHe������*i^  A^^^ppsed't^hay^sm^  ^e%b^i^te,rideiaee3f^i^^^fi^a  fdilp^^bBirb^fa^  fap^i^tip^h'e;^  Vlyyiai^kc^^VE'^  :|ffi#pHuce^S]8udd^  %iiw^fqreigaSqrigiii1|^^  ������������������^Meteoricli ir onswaBikhifi whyj^^*^^  ^re^ferai^iqa^^^ul^^  '; wb^^'^^ilint^riwer^^br  :vtthglb^eKipping^fai^  ^Ihu:bth'erS^b;r^?it;:^  Vribt;thoykhQwledgb?bfi!irbn������yt^  ���������e^nyOentralyMrbpe  yftib'fm^'-S'^  .:g;:y^i;AAA:yA������VvV;v'VVVVbV������,������A,Av'.-X;^  yy'A;V-yy;'Th^  :;'|^oityonStie;y^  vwhere;Vityi3i';thereV istftAgoiiigAttb^bjii Vjany}  Jl'ie'ft'.'ovbtK',ibr':-ha������h'::^^  yif^-yvyVyA^'.A.^  F^Neli~^hef9A*ao:''^  iecHhjs������;#BeUb-~^^ehb! 1^  to tell 'her -hiwlMihd* sheAitUdh.?t: lbvb him  /tIIlA:a^erVvtbe-yA:.werb:ym'awibd^^^  |n^|^:A;superfiug^  yedfest ��������� ������������������methqd;vahd$m^t|bq'iU3edv  etAlgirlVygrad^^  ?fw|theAysweet- ._  made^upA  3?y^a%3^?8ayGre-^^  fmiide*w*-8pb.t8tbut';-pf^  ;V;VyIyiv^ySVVy^-;V:'yVy  ::;>>^-.~^Rub^'toiQ^  soap���������'"'���������"'������������������*'*" ���������'��������� " "��������� -���������-'���������-������������������-'���������'--���������--'        "���������-���������'���������  iaire^iqn^im'oij.thgy}^  *It^^simi|gtb^  :^������sisi^;fy^ra^  humility.  iiaFcto.������i)''V  decent  ^i^i^f^^i^iES^tbl^her  '������K?i'&n������*y^ai^^  Dodd's Kidney PilleGui-o Kid  A;;;.w 'n'oyj iDisease of EIghtX:A:  yyAyXi������������������:'��������� 'Years' StandingXyAAy  ^a-  i      ,      ,(,*'    "     j      , SWHISMi  ������   .,���������' ���������,    y\    ;  ,  V'j   lH?y'iV      '���������������ii1*������,iV.  ������'������.-.-'*S'i'liW.'1, I; "-���������  ������������������ W-TriWrDiai'^  What Theii* r Dldif^r WilH-am  1 O.* Cain, ������nd New Hb Saya: "Dodd's  y Kidney Pllla Are a Groat Medicine."  ;ifedf;|p^Vdei^^-;,%ta^  . A:witM;lembn yjuicei'SaM  : Bp^tsV; biiVJbbtii' Vaidea' bf^thb'Jjgqodayj'with:  LtlieV|pd8te/y-Xiy in::the'yliotAminAforyyfbut���������  hours, wetting witli lemon juice when-,  yewrj'it^becbmeis'ydfy/^  Vspotay^nK'f^  'v^'l^ai'AMiaiaAGrey',-rri am '^Xjfo)mjgfmaxX,  ried woman, and my husband had;formed;  a habit .of -staying out. nights; y,yAjf y^y'dmy  lieartbrokeri^XTvo pleadedVwlthvhilh;!ah^,:  usedftlibVjrbllihigApih, buttoynoayail-rhb  *dinpjdiiig^ithgi^^ah^^  .th^a^yalyhaaVhadAa:^  i'recp'yb^Belfrrea'^  :-wir^^?;.o'h^TimBu^^  ;%>.y:euluv|Me-ycaTrowv!y^^������8:K^iipm  VyourSpopwarityi'andw^  perabnyOfykindrieBajandivi^^  a^yVrateiiAit^ia-;better;>ythitt^i^  "a-j;ahdihg?a^V::;thbV"pld^e|^  yjdu.ATirbuld>-.b^iA;yburtBup^^  vihxAbvei^AminutbvAandviebhf)*^  '-WaidingyBilehtlyv! tBaV-'perBpn-^ia^^^  ;isedVtb::nieetVyou ;becdude^^u:Vawba^!|aSSliS  ���������father likable sort, but who finoy^iiia^il^li?  .ybu'r;.pOT'6plykbl'puhetiitollt^  ;,vbrdb:of7likaWe;w^;>yV7yAA:^B^^^  y :'For:: bo;; it Aremdml^rod^  some peoplo 'banhbi.7bq:bn;;:ti^e,#tn^w  bdhnbt,V!toAflavb^their;:ABkiha^;bbylat^  that they deserve AribtiV'ay.whitA'otScrbdit|^;^#  for it, and flhoiild, in fact; be'Teprhi^d^yv^^  Beeras,to prefer,other's company ���������tbihirib;:   for it, and Bhould;^ih'idbti boj'i^dv^^^K'Kfv  -AiMsQX;^^yAY-yyXyy--.x::yy).YAy,:.yyx VodV:whenV.thby:'do.Jfc;bBtbntdtibualyir;'aM^  ���������"���������;V'A.^Ihiav"pdtibh77rauat. bbVaottle^M:;injmbUc.; ;V YyyxyXXmAXAXm0X0$yX$M  you nnd your husbomL   Tho only advioe j .-'.'The thcatrea havo formed a charming,;.;  you'ahd:;j^r;^U8bah(j)i; Tlie,  IAbah givb'5youyiBi make hompv^:pipit-;  Bent for him that ho'd rather otdy:: there  than, go -any whore; olae.  y,r,.A  -XXvory best  departments of the  r  i;i got roiior I'lgni; away*)'  iiiivo JbubdLDtHhl'a Kidney aI?1J1h rt-giyat  fmedioino,"* ^^aajw William O, (Jain, woll  Itnii-Wh^tnd1 ������l|h������V; rWp(*<Uod v hv v tiild  ^oJ^hHqr]ioadMi^:.-������(r,, Onhi has a very  gooil rdrtsori- for indhlhg aa blhplidtib a  htatpment'; ((JVyrsolght yenra he wa* lu'ftuf-  fpiev fro^ii. K[4aey .pWoase, and did not  Cdiri goM  aucecas-  >>'X''.haV������'  xxyyvy  yTrix^''  sooni tbllid i\w'$���������������got'r"<?H(*fj'���������<Y:  on to  mo ao, that if  atfttoV- VandT my felWeya^'oithcvod  I would, go to ���������piek up any*  th������������������. ojf thOrgroiindJLWOMld fall,','. But  150(1(1^ itlilWy'WlWl'eWcil' Hiffti-'jiiaf aa  they have cured thpuutanda of otlior wif-  rdrei's all1 bvor.OahatlaV'1' Theyy rieverfnll  to cure Kidney Dl������od������o ot any klitd. Not  onee, but aenren of timea,' they have van-  quUlied Rrlght'HIMaonito'y'l'hi) mb������t dozily  of nil kldiicy troubled,1 while cvter^ViUy  brfngn atorloe of euro* of llliiiuiiintiam;  Luinhttgb, Dropay and Heart plaeaao  from varloua pari* of the Dornhfiloii;  Otlior kidnoy modleinca mny cure, Ooddia  Kidney Pllla alwaya euro,  ..,-������������������,   on # 4������ <  y-A -i^^nHA^^-^atlway Ltndi.   .; ��������� _  Tlio total number of svllan Immlgranta  "evziyiM&l:'t*''rztery' latWf ������������������*l**  entintrka-'fer ona reaaoti or another,  during the fiscal year 10M), wa������ iu,4U.  >'..."' i   .  j i       "*     ,'      '        '  offera a profitable lino of work   for  younir peopuU of either aax.  lleporta ot Kaparimenta,  Tha wrnulta ot tho experimental work  , *       .' * '<'  '  ble Compound Cured ner.  to ^oacribe ;td you how X folt,bptoro I  began takingI^ydlaE.Plnkham'fl Vegetable Compound ��������� I, Bcaroply.-s Knew  whatAltvtvaalto bo won;.;Al;;had awful  y.:yy.-r-.\.,v;rw<fi&\v,-,>.;.. >.���������boftrlng-downpalna  arid, uBUAlly,boforo  iBymonthlyponpdB  I Buffered yterribly  and had to go.to  bed. I was not ablo  to walk across the.  door thb pain was  bo bad, I doctored:  the doot&r'o treat,  ta������ntdldn6tdomo(  any Rood, I gave upf  aU ttopoa of oyprv  bolng well again  unttlbiitt daymyhuabandaawthoGom.  Soimd odvertlsoil; In, thp papor. Ho,  ocided to get me a bottle and I am  thanWul liq did. I bad not taken one  bottle beforo I began to'fpol bettor,,  and I Icopt on taking it until now I am  a different worna,n.vlt also helped mg  durlnif, maternity and chlldbivtn.. I  can thotonghly tccoinmond your yeg*  etaWe Compound to any woman who  is, atlllotod with female tronblea.''r-  Mr������. J. M.TWKEOAT.K. IJW Noaaau St,  Toronto, Canada. ;���������.:   ��������� ���������.      ���������  ���������  Tho ������uooe88 df Lydia B. Plnkham'i  Voflrotablo Compound, made from roota  and herbi, i������ unnarallelod. It may bo  u������ed with perfect eonfldenco by women  who luiwrfromiUap^menta* Inflam-  matlon. ulceration,- fibroid tumora, ir������  rofularttiea, portodio palni, bwlatciie.  be������ri������ff4owVfeoUi������|, llatulenoy, IndU b-������|.^"  fftrtira; essdaen tw w^Mta ikroatra*   JT jar  .    it h.M ft > ������������.w  Ikar MiBB Grey,~How ean I  fully cleani-white ailk ribbona?  tried^^ gdsolinoj and foiled.       : V  X- -A;-^ryAy8(daping:;A*^dmV V-wdlly^bcfbrt-;'  putting thb:m;^Intb^ the;ga������olinpVUab; good;  white^^ Boap. Iron1 Under^ dryV\vhttbywrap.  ping pdpervy;AyVyy,:.vr,rAA::y::,:,,.:VA(A,yA:V'y;y::  ��������� yyy.y-.ii.yA4* > ."'."��������� ��������� ���������- YYXAYyXYYX.  ". .yy Sqna;:qfAQr'������>tAMari.;y  ��������� Tb iBV:--'woll^afc'-.^'-*jpbbtB' A' deoocndontB  ahould, banofib by their anocotry, if only  to thooxtoiit.of a dinner^ for tho: vha-  lierltanco of a great hamb haa ite drawbacks. Tennyedn bore this m mind when,  bblooting a namo for hia fire* born. Hal-  lam, the hidtorian,Awlib ���������waa.thq, hoy'a  'godfathev,������������������,romai'kod Inifoi-e;'���������"the vbhric-  toniugi; "I dinliko: tho ubo, of: Bitrndmba  as;chriBtla;V nanios. ."Why; hot i^iliiin,  ,"Alfred inatoftd of ^allamP*'''What if ho  ehould turn bub" a fool?" waa tho tactful  Toply. Lord Tennyeon'a woowl an a ,C3ol-  .pnial Qovornor ahowa that hia fotber'a  'fe'arb'lwbro not Ju������tifiod,    ;  ��������� Turning to another arnhero, wo find  *hb aecond IHiko of Wollington handi-  'eiappeil through llfo by hlai fattior'a  fdmo. Bornal Oobornb onco aekod him  'why with hia iindoubtod taleuta ho mado  no, of fort to ahlno in publio off aire, Tho  "Duke replied v "If you had eat do long  'ad T have under the ah adow of a (Treat  tree you would bo aa oolorleea aa I am."  !���������JProm tliq London Chronicle.  '.'-?<'���������>'*'    ' 'l    JBU TTLJ-I--I I - ISj*^ H -^ 1 '���������~-  ,  'y. Enough to Arouie! purloilty.  Getting eight of a man who can gi>t  ��������� dollar a word for filing hunting ator*  ���������iaa. ia aomothlng to arouae all ofthU  oountry, weat of tho MUutlmlppl, at leaat.  Iti, all of that land aro men who tell  hunting atoriea for nothing, and who  ������r������ ****������ *1������4 of the prlvllefre of being  listened to with patlenoo ahd without  ���������xolaanatloiia of Inoradality.���������St. Louia  Globe-Democrat.  ���������'���������--, I. i.i������i *������'������������ ������������   ���������     -  THobba���������W* only married har bscause  money,   eiobbs���������Well, aha haa  .The theatres have formed a, charmlngy  babit*bf sending ^thbvbw  minutcB after, tho timo Aatatdd, y-whlch'i^A^vV  by punctual members of-VthollaudlbrieaAi'A  ia considered:-, allocking, ���������toje^iby perinltaVVyVAA;  the lato arrivals toVaottlb: comfortably'0&i$  in their aoata ar*d any to tho; membra-y;("y  ofy thoir family; whtf^^  and had a.allly:.idoa;that7tho\ti������ioi'-:tb!igqt^iVfp  io���������.tho';.theatre -waa-;iiit'the'-ihour7BUgTOatriiif^  > cdVin ;tho;,paper8,V';-vWowi'^3rou:;aoby^bwp  wb aro iii perfect time;! couldh't'bo bet-W'^il  ter," Vwhieh arpuaoa tlm; woraq mttirp of Ay yt  tho punctual perabnd and diyfdba 'ami-v A; v.  lloa A nfefalnBt7'7 vthom'aelybB'i~N������w;'-V^lrork'!^  Evoning Sun;  ������������������������"  xmx  ;-M  FELL ON THE STOVE  A'  BABY IS BADLY lUJBililE^ y t  '... TheV;��������� youtig������������������/ daughtor ,'���������'., of',��������� y;vMrd..v,T.,'';S;; A-:  Dougall, 523 .'AFlota- avohiib;7 *A Wlnnlpegy ;;;  wad arranging apmb- of hor dblljb, wadii* y.;  ing. on a clotliea rook, beaido Vtho atbvb,,.,.,  when alio foil, and her; hand, vheliigAyV  ;thrown but to try ��������� and aavb hcraelf, ,y,;  came In contact Hvith the eldc of th**-hot. ���������  dtovo.v - She auatalnod,,ya���������'-,yaerloiid.biirn^-y;;;  and her aoreamn brought V. hbr mother y:  quickly to thb spot.       x 'X'y'yXy.y^yx;i  "I aont to tho drugglat for the beat y  remedy ho had for liiirna," dhb any������,"ond '  ho aont back a box of Znm-Buk.     Hoy.y  aaid that thoro waa nothing-to equal ;lt.y  I nppliod thie, and Ifc.aoQthod the pal}*;-:  ao  quickly    that    the' child    laughed^  through her tear*.  T bound up the hand   .  in Zam*Bukf and each day applied Ziun-V  Buk frequently and liberally, until" tho A  ���������burn' waa'qulto cured. .���������,������������������-' ���������y.yy.AAi^::iKyyy.  "Tho IlttJo ono waa doon ablo to; go on'���������$*  with her play, and wo had no trouuldy:  with her during thoi tlMa-tlio Inirn wan * A  lielng healed. I would recommend all A!  mother* to keep Zam-Buk handy: for;;  emergoneioa of tide hind." i  All drugglata nnd atoroa sell 5!am*Buk  at fifty centa box. Poat free from Sta-m*  Buk Co,, Toronto, for prico, and you aro-,  warned against harmful imIUUoua.  Voyagia bt/ fiaa. -,..,..  Thn vaaaela of tha tlnltad Stated whtolti  wi  '���������-,���������1,  .Ml  A  are  _ him a tnewy ehate ensr euto*������. S^y^e ioarried ,���������^��������� r   aitt tt.-pta^'artts'f-jr M������.w*������a*r.;;;   y**?..������s4!a(- 0fm������#i*'1WI,  aubjaot to^ Oovernm-mt Inapaotlon  *>   *'���������, " 4  ".  hit REAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  1'. C   Land Surveyor and Architect  Plans and Specifications  CRESTON  -       -       - B.C.  j.  D.  ANDERSON  BnrnsH   Columbia   Land   Survrtor  TRAIL  - B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & CO.  TIa������1 TTutuf-a BTii*t   T������gura^^01  HOUSES TO REKT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  i<y;  Ay:,  Ax.  Sy-  mx  ax  GUY   LOWENBERG  COSSTjLTIKG  Eisgi>-keu  CRESTON  B.C.  ^������������o**������0������������������*������������^e<o ������������������������������������������������������������������������**$  What Can Seat This?   |  ������������������ To aU new subscribers who pay ���������  J in advance, we will give 'or 'bo ���������  x urmaii ������nsm of &. Tbe Creerr������H Re- %.  ���������5 view for one year and the Family ���������  2 Heririd and "Weekly Star till D c. ���������  2 81, IS 10. Also to old subscriber* ������  ^ who are in nm������ars who settle up ���������  2 to date, we will make tfco eaiae *  -+ offer ou their now subscriptions. ^  ������������������      After reading this -notice don"** ���������  ^*    /ImIatt Hrw������    ?eild    *b**    *TiVwM^riT������t\nt*    ���������  ^ prica above nif nti'med to tbe Re- %  & view office end secure this grand e  * offer. Bo it now. f  o **  ���������* ������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������a^������<6>������������������������������^fr������������������������  ��������� ��������� ������>���������**��������������������������� ���������<������***������������* ���������*���������*.* s>4 ���������������  o ���������  -<������ *���������  ^ w nil a duvai a iavpi -v  ������ ������  ���������������> 4  (���������on. Youne left on Tuesday for Sum-  aaif Creek to make a report on certain  mineral claims wbiefa is wanted by Van  conVer parties.  Mrs. Geo. Nunn aud her little daughter Doris, left ou Thursday f 0* a month**  visit to "Ntlson, after which they will go  to the coast.  land.   If you can   select w <*11  drnined,  w������ll watered, Ki'������ivelly soi . it  \������m.id be  JJ  desirable      If   this   land   i.-   popjowht-t  ���������  1 wooded it i& all iu its favoi, t*s blu*de is  I a vulnabl-* factor in pnnltiy rtu&nig, und  must be supplied if thero  is no natuva  It you ean ehoo>e a M.ior  w heio  the ground slopes to the south or southeast, it will provide the win radiation so  accessary for natural warmth and ami-  tatiou.   Avoid, if possible, a clay soil.     1  Now in laying your plan lor a house,  see that it frontrs a little east of direct  south.   The direct south would bo rigbt  were it to be continual summer, but,  when wiuter cotm*s, you will need all  the sun ladiution vou cu-i iiu<i,  tiud tho  1 slight turu lo  ihw Ctujt will provide it  when it w ill do the most ���������'good.     This  position will shelter  the  front  of  the  building from the west and northwest  winds.   If you have a good meadow it  will be of great value,  for thereon you.  can grow clover and cerealB. It has been  found that- clover can be made the baBe  of profitable feeding, aud a poultry farm  to situated that it may produce au abundance of green food, ts well selected.  Before you start to build, consider  carefully the question of drainage. The  surface water should run from the house,  not towards it, and you must bo careful  tsusi Eioisture cannot collect under tho  house to seep through the floor. If water  can collect uuder the house you eazmot  wall dry it, even wi:b. ventilation beneath. Cesspools uuder the house will  Lnaangpr ihe health of the fowls.  "Various locations rnay require different kinds of buildings and concisions of  climate should bo properly considered.  A house should be selected with due re  gard to its uatuttsl suitability to the conditions.  The fowl consumes more oxygen from-j  ihe air than any other breathing creature according to i*s s*ze. It has no  sweat glands, never sv������a������, ������ud    *  arm  We have a First-Glass gob Vtmting Department  he in the hands of experienced printers  1 *H   "L        *  , ���������     - a **. *������ -������*       r"-1* * * w i        jjfc*h  .jWiUjyi.aMJ^WBgg*~UaWI<Wg^WW^*l^  JL������W  V*' ^ VV"1 JS.  Heads  Envelopes,  Bil1  in  u  one  ctvao  In fact,  onwuiaio  "9  anything and everything in the way of ..High-  Grade Commercial Printing at the  n  n%in * -~  ' all moi&tnra by tbe breath. IKow let  us see if we cannot meet the requirements of nature in a hcuse for our fowls.  They must have plenty of pure, fresh  air in order for   them to obtain thtir  r^  K  a    -a   isv  ':uvx������Mxm^������M  *&*Xy:.rri9trry.yjyyyy'.yyyy.- ������������������,���������:������������������::,..YAAAAr.y.y. yy-AA^^l:y;y:;yryyyyf./-y-Ayy-y:yy.y~-y^^     ~ 1    yoR SALE.���������Tan aorea of Frnit Land  natural aud necessary amount of oxy-   afc Canyon Oity on Block 812, being Ijot  ti . ������.. x..������^v������", ��������� x-r  =er 1 cotninp; from  tbe breath,  duectiy ia^o i^mnjiands, Canyon City, *>r to ��������� ev  ���������  of the Oreston Diug and Book score.   tbe coolcr air> witUout having a chance   W. Lee, Box IS HoBmer  " I cue cooler au, niiwu, uu..ue>   ..   made a ilviug business trio to Ornubrook L,- _i���������,_i��������� Q���������o������������..���������^ i:,.��������� ;^ ���������,���������������ij  nn^  -   -      . .      ,.__.. ���������^_���������,_ |t0 slo^y evapovate like it would com-      WU1 either Reut OP SeU cheap, 8%  *- -* '���������s- ������-  *'.������+\yo.r.c    ui*van of  develuned orchard,  with five  <m Wedueadtty, returning ou Thursday. iug through a ooat of hair or featherF,  MibKL M. Suott, grained Nurne, o! will condenso very quickly; therefore  Kith well hospital, Manitoba, is readx there must be tin unusual ventilation t.  for eiiR������������������'inouti* of auy kind, Maternity 1. ourry off thia mcisbvir^ or the house will  wpeoitility      Apply  Miss  L.   M. Soott,' ...:,.    __^.���������   ;.  acres of developed orchard, with five-  roomed modern bungalow and B% acie*  of good frnit land -rrPor, further particulars apply tb J. DarbyBhire, Creaton,  B.C.  ��������� -1 - -.. .  ���������  ���������    -  cenei'iil delivery, Movie, BO  Ohiof   Provincial G^tiio Warden A.  Bryan Williams bnn promised Mr,  A.  . Ohell 'o HOiiflhiin tliis fall some Hoo  flavin iipni'tvidges and bob whito quail  . On Thursday hist A. Okell loeoived  from Nuuainio, B. 0. three, dozen rinsr-  tail plienannt egKfl. Mr. Okell will have  tho oggH hatched out by an ordinary  Hcrnbhon.  Word has reached hero from Port Hill  that nil,'effjrfcB to locate the body of the  lute Frank Furniaa who'wrm drowned  on tho evening of tho 2Int. May, have  proved unavailing.     It   ia atntod that  aovortil peoplo havo lout t hfiir lives at  nbout tlie name spot in tlio river nnd none  of the boilleH havo boon recovered    Iti*  htnti^l thnt thero ia natron**;undercurrent  niirl n heavy aedimont that hnldanll bod-  iea beneath the   anrfneo     It   ia   now  loarn^il that tbo late Prank Fnruisn wns  n nntlvo of Polnnd bnt rho addreas of'hia  rqlntivea atill remnliiH a mystery.  Some few dnya ngo tho eiuht-yonr old  aors of ,T. Maxwell wna nearly hilled by  being thrown from tho baok of a cow  which ha wna riding near Cretitou.    It  aoema that tho boy thought he would  havo aoma aport with  tho cow, ������o ho  cllmbcri on tho back of tlio animal and  tried io ride it.   The animal na might be  Axpectfd, became fmntienndran nt foil  NptH-d down a atoep embankment  with  the boy clinging on frantically, bnt owing to great, force that the now waa going  nt the yonng lad wn������ thrown  violently  to t lie ground whore ha wn������pioked nn bv  ti neighboring rancher auuiu nhort time  nffor.   Thn hid waa nneoniw.ioua whi-11  fonml.   Thia  thrilling expurioniirt  wil  tn������ a h*Hon to at lcnHt one amull boy iu  Oeatmi.  become dairp, and in cold weather,"  hoar iroat will form on the inside wulle.  Let us agree with tho "closed houae''  man that there should be no draughts,  aud with tho.''".opb'ii'"houso" man that,  there should be porfeot ventilation, hut  we cannot quite'agree, with tho first na  to the ventilation, or with the second ni*  to warmth.   I think wo had better compromise on a oorainon-fleiiBQ basis, avoiding fada and t'unoies that, may be carried  to extremes. Tho poultry house does not  need to bo in any way fancy, oithor. iu  flttiuga or design, bnt thero are a few  certain rnleB ������������������ whioh  caunot  no ovbrr  looked if wo are to expect aucooea.   '.���������: A  FOR SALTS���������The fnrnitore nnd con-  teuiB of the boardiug-h'jubo at Sirdar,  coiiRiatiug of 28 roouiB, bedroom Bets  also kitchen and flitting robin ���������furniture  For further particulars apply to the.  ."Review."  FOR SALE~At a anap, a business  property in Greaton* ideally A situated in  the heart of the bueintflB section. It  oouniata of a largo store , bnildiug, two  HtoreyB, and three town lota; can be had  now for $1,660 In twb^yehra.will be  worth double that amount. For further  partionlora apply at tbq Review offioo.  '������������������;-.,...; . strawbkrryJplants "  I havo propagated for salo, undor fav.  bvnble couditions, for the flrat time, R.  M. Kellogg Oo.'a l������09 akrain of thoroughbred pedigree atrawberry planta. Sena:  t jr DnnlopH, $10,00 per thouaand, f.o.h. j  Wrnndol, BO.  Onn also supply from 85 to 100 plant*  to each ouatomer nt 2o. per plant, poat or  exproBa prapaid. of the following varia-  tiea: . . 'A.;.' ���������-". ���������'������������������������������������"������������������  of Michigan,   Thompson No. 2,    Ljufy  Thompson, Sievtn's L*te Ch mpion, Gar-*  dtn*t, Virginia *nd Longfetloto.  I nd-fiee experimenting Vrlth a fow of  hesa plftuts in yonr garden.  w&mmmi  WM. TAYLOR, Manager  CRESTON <-    B.C.  Tho Prcabyterlnu Snnday Sohool will  givo a pionio on Saturday afternoon Juno  nth, Tho picnio will bo, held in the  beautiful grovo on Geo Hnroroft's ranch  and all thechildron aro requested to' lo  at tho ohuroh nt 1 p.m. on that dny "vrhon theso plRufcs in yonr.  oonteyancoawill bo furciiahod to tako o. J^ WIGEN, Crouton, U.O.  them to the grounds,   All thoso ftttond* i   ?    ^   -  ing aro roqueated to bring baakots, and  everybody la weloomo  y Provincial OouHtablo E. Jonsonreturn-  on Wednesday lnat from Now Woatmin-  ���������tor whoro ho went with an Inaauo priti-  onor. Mr. Jonsoa came homo via Spokane.  ^MTra. O. D. Riohnrd, of Victoria, nrr-  ivod in towu last Saturday and will epond  the summer herb, being tho gaoat of Mra.  JdmoH Cook. '  not km-:  In tiiomit Ijt ������������f nn itui>ll(vitlorifor the luini'*  ������>rn UnpllriiMf i>riili<nn< <������l 1'ii.lu Himii mil)).  v������������l������������l Viol HUn'tt '2 (I'Xrifiir 111 i������'*riH| nii'l uf  IUivUm \,.'.. rmmt A ������>f l>������l HU, (JliiMp 1, Map  ������>(W< KnoiiMiiiy l������i������irl������*l.  Nolle** Ih lii-rfi.y ulvi-n tluillt l������ inj' llil������D-  ti>Mi u, u.iin m ifiKMxiilruUon nf oim riumili  ������>f(������-r ihet r)r*t vntjIli-Kiliin Ititi^^l n ������1nplli"Hi������������  ������������������rtii������*(*������irim<i<ii������or ritio to tiie ������������>'>vn uinii.  J';,-,.; ,! J,-,.*-.--! in '?������'��������� "������������.'>i������������ r.* csu* !^>w*������,������,<.rir.  wltlcli<%rllllcal<UMilHtMl Dieinili of Martin,  ll'wi, ������..u{ ���������;nva:yrrr1 f:tr������.,*.  rtAVUKMtorC  land it<KUir,v offli-i., insirict n������|1������trar  Nulituii, 11 c, Juno Snd, mil)  Service's Next Sunday*  '.*;.   .������������������.���������.;.:.;���������������������������  , ,   ���������)  Prcabyterlnn Church  :-   '      ���������   ' '   '       i       ;       -i _* a.  Get The  Farmers' Home  A   Journal  Servioaa will ho held iu the Preihy-  ^ >"���������" >^5!^r^l|vFor Ten Cents  Metbodlat Cliurcli  Sarvloea nn Snnday next; Morning at  ll ������m.; Snnday 8oWl, nt 9,80 p.m. j  lCvnnlng Servioe, 7.D0 p.m.  "Adnlt Bible Olaaa, tt.UO to 4 B0 p.m.  ff 3 RuTUKKFOitn, paator  A Whole Year  f, Heart aillmo or ten o������nu,today and .���������  get (^iniidii'n bust poultry pupur.  The  ���������  Unlypsprr In thn world printed ON   #  * THlflVAHM. The only popor In tlm  2  ii  But there ore people who  nre eoiwtnnily looking for  opportunities to lend money  on good security. If you want  to borrow a lew dollnrs, or n  few thouannd.our Want Ads.  will put you In touch with  lhn*e who hnvo money to  loan,  Churoli of Qnglnnd  t i  ���������BWlne 8������r������ioB in-the NWW 0OI1OO1>  lIOtJeMi���������Hettieaa,  Holiday Jnmv {iih  (and Sunday after  Trinity):   Mntlua  I'kn'd Sermon, 11 a.in^j  Snuday anhnnl in  1 Hohoolhonao;   Evensong and Soruiou,  7.U0 p.m.  *U'c������ Sldlnf* i������aliortlho������������a, ill p.m.  world eiliieilbyYsmiiii wiio'li'"In'eon  siiant touch Willi tlio work lie tallti  about, , t  You know there*In monoy In poultry ������  lint lllco eyeryiblonr oIda, H'istliH Know #  Inir linw whtiih In tlm lcry to ���������ueeoM.  Our paper will tell you iiow yoa eaa  iret ognrn for lintehli-iK don vcren to your  adrtroM Kltli*K, new tn luilcli tliecblfk.  en* and how to rnuo iliem, ��������� Tiiat's  M-anilcftlly hIiowIok you how you can  eiinliy inftKe inonny.  Bfiidn tell uentu unlay and imcnme a  rPtralHt nnhserllinr anil make mmuiy  outiifpouliry,  Wlini wrlilair plenrn* tnmtlnn tl*n  Havitcw and Hadremi your itubwarlptlott  U>*r,  The Parweia* Home Journal  on A**! aw, ONT., UAHAVA.  i1  ���������������������������������������������*������������������ '>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ^������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^^������������������^���������^  0116V !  1  By nabbing one of these Lots  Before the Spring rush is on  l|      ,  I , v ,      -  39 Lots in Block 8, Schofield Avcmie, in the  Townsite of Creston. These Lots are the tegu-  lalion size and can be had now at $85 each*  Terms���������$35 Cash and $10 per month, with  interest at the rate of 6 percent, per annum oil  deferred payments. These Lots nre aU high  ,and dry, and in six..wombslyWilVbe selling at  ���������.���������;'��������� Jias. ' Look intb;:;tWs,;prp^  Call andMspett;^ Iaw&  i  wm.\  I  Biiy Now arid,profit by the Spring Rush  Lisiyou^piopc^  * itnnnoinnniaH, ������������ p. ���������������������������, f -^     ,    .  Messrs. JoHNSpN, and Sci^iito^ ;-, ;^ A }  _ 5*jjV*i*^*5-*Jr #d C-0*t 0 9GQ^%%$4G*'������***'$****?**********  . ���������'!   C *     If ������������������ ' ,  xX'AxnX:  ,V������'..'l|il".J!ll.-l&1M-:.'-.  ���������m\! i:ir  ���������Xvi:  ���������A'-yAs.'tyAyAyiyyfy.yt^y''  nw w^ht������i������w>������Mi  ������W Wwwwfc*"^*^'*"^*''* ��������� 

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