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 J^bl*"   'T-'-i. ������%>rJ/-VT*-  I   *��������� 1  v"-i*v  'V- VAV* ,.  a -94  ^TXAJL  Roads   in  East  and Wes  4.  .wuteli  AM  'the'NeWs  greston  District  _    _ BttwiJ wi  1\CV  \ eaistetive  aSJT  I v-V  ~,r'S2Psi,om  ������<������������~W-~  --atr������i-  'ki:v *gw>rftda������  .   AA   -  AQCUT  No d.o     2ND Yeai  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY.  MAY 20, 1910  Copies  e9������*S������������^������������������^������������^������������������������^ $$K$Se2  IF you havei had trouble with the fit or  appearance of your last" suit-VLet- us make  the next one for you. ,  We've a special made to measure department in connection with our regular sale of  ���������X7  Campbell's Clothing  whereby the man who demands specially  tailored clothes, can have theni made to his  measure by' the expert tailors at headquarters, at a slight increase over the ready-  made price.  Your clothes will have an individual appearance, and besides fitting absolutely  will have the snappy style" which has made the best class���������  - the CAMPBELL'S CLOTHING class of ready-made clothes so popular.    ������&  r    v\ 1  I ft   Ug%tsnmnt%f\ltt\v  mrmmmm  *LS  JSBVEN SOVEREIGNS "WILL RIDE!  "^BEHIND KING GEORGE.IN  ���������*'" FUNERAL PROCESSION  f LONDON, May 18.���������The Times edi-l  3tonally says: "King Edward's funeralj  ipromises to surpass iu solemn splendo:  JaUAformer /unctions in our annals, or in  |d88d in the annals of auy other amongst  jthe great monarchs of Europe. Seven:  {reigning sovereigas, headed by the Ger-j  [man Emperor, will ride  behind  will line the course of the funeral column.  The newspapers of the capital favor-i  ably mention the appointment of Theo-  ; . j  u.ore xvoosfifcjit as special uouiuiib&ioneri  from the United States.   His position in]  SjtuQ piOCeSSIOS i*S8 "SO" u���������8U   dOSiguSM&M.  Probably he w*ll follow the royal mourn  jers, with emissaries of other nations,  not royally represented, such as France  Police Court  on  Ib the Provincial Pollco Court  BMonday last. Edward Brier'%a������shs!  with being of unsound mind aad danger-  Ions to be at large. It seema thaton Snn-  [day evening last, Provincial Constable  Jenson was notified bv Mr. Geo.  Hunt,  jOf Kitchener, that there was a strange  The erection of stands along the routMm*n itt his cabLa Rt Qoafc ^er crossing;  [from Westminster Hall to Paddingtong^110 refnsed ^ ^ away*   M^ Jensen at  station on the line of the funeral pro |onoe P������*������dea *������ ������"> crossing where the  [cession   commenced  yesterday.      The|tnsa in question was pointed out to him.  1  cheapest seat on stands will sell for $5,i  and from tbis they will run up to :$5oJ  [and possibly $75.   House 'Jivners along;  ItilB   s-fvrsfcfi   bftvfi   elrca^y   SO'd Wi&dCV*  fl  ������y  rruiu  -������������*������������  **5  &!/*l9  "*IS  fuuu  Kinggspace sufficient for eight spectators  ������George as he followB his father's coflanB*50fi. q^a  css  ="frosi Westminster through tho streets^jgygji these prices are'likely to be reifieci*5*s^a*  of the capital, each of them, in person-Has the day for the funeral,   May 30th  Bo  General  Merchant  PEERS  Creston,  B.C   S Phone No. 52 .        " JK  &s  ������  SI  New unizauon  The re organization of the ��������� Provincial  Fruit Growers* Association, during the  conference of representative fruit growers recently held at Kamloops, will re  suit ia benefit to the frnit growers of  the province.   It is essential to the sue  cess of the industry that there should be  gome common ground on whioh fruit  growers can meet each other and work  out the great problems involved in pro  during a uniform y high grade of &nit,  properly " packed,   and distributed' by;  efficient transportation facilities tt>'k the]  best markets.     This assooiation. is, itf-i  missioner J. O. Metcalfe, and these will j; ������}**&&, ���������*fw*ft^'*WVW*WWVV^ j  jbe sent by wire or letter to affiliated as-1"-* **-  sociations and individual members.  I   6. A monthly crop and market report'^;  Sports Are Cancelled  of the world's fruit will be pubiishad,  "^ruit Growers  Auy  tendvu to briujf  ,on saqh a common basis, for mutual ai$  "^ ������ud assistance along the lines"involveug[  ' in bonier marketing of our fruit. It i&j  thus really an educational force, but is  to be valuable also'iu securing ^supplies  at loweBt prices t^send for price list to  the secretary) aud in bringing the great-j  est force to bear in -transportation prob  lems,;;^;^       "'^ ^      , -  ���������j'he-work  of We S330C������*jiiG������i iCr-ths  present season will bo along the follow  1    ing lines:    * - -  1. A prico list of supplies will be sent  to members. This can be used to seourej  good supplies at tho loweBt prices  2. A list of wholesale, and retail distributors of our fruit is being prepared]  for distribution in the next few weeks  ', 0. Crop reports of the province and ol  1 onr competitors, especially Oregon,  Washington and Ontario, will bo dis  I tribnted monthly, or oftoner, if deemed  advisablo.v Tho assooiation is issuing n  list of shippers and shipping associations]  of the province for distribution ameng]  the wholesalers. If you are not inolu  ded, kindly write,-, stating amount ol  frnit available.-'   '   \y f  4, Tho,BoardofHortioulfci!irQiiiQS kind  ly oonsentcd to.glvpncqoolntipn the use  of the weekly reports of Market Com  Association iu| >  the province may affiliate on payment * >  jof a small fee, and thus secure the bene~4*������  fits mentioned above. If your district! S  has no local association, and needs one.'f >  the officer of the association will be glads >  ato help you start oue ou the   best basis,* >  S v*v-' ��������� -.    * ^ G 5  sfcr success. . ��������� "j S>  j, 7. An annual conference will be held| >  next,year at Victoria, towhich,ali mem-- -  bers are welcome.   This conference wjdl  be' of great valuo to all fruit growers, a  'Anyoneinterested in fruit growing:  [can secure the above advantages by:  sending one dollar,  the annual fee," to  lltfUDF^.UFUfcJ . ���������. \^.^ ���������"   ~.  Because cf the px  rpesa and  aim cf  this association, it is" the privilege and  ���������. -  duty of every fruit grower to associate]  himself with it, and do his bait iu -making it a success The advantages of 1  membership outweigh immensely the]  (cost of the same. Every fruit grower  jahoulduse his influence to make  the]  1 r  association a valuable one.  Oreston will nofc celebrate on,  "Victoria Da*0-, the 24th inst. Ths  committee having the management of the affair in hand have  decided to follow the example of  Victoria and other large cities aud  to cancel all sports for that day.  Besides this there is a strong patriotic feeling in Creston and a strong  desire not to hold any public celebration on a day so near the funeral of our late beloved King Edward the Seventh.  Auy bums that have been subscribed and paid for the proposed  celebration will be returned to the  donators.   The great day,of celebration iu Creston is in the fall of  \$ the year, about Labor Day,   and  ���������fe 'while the exact dateforthjsyear's -  ."jgig" celebration has not as _yet  been,  fixed,,it Is safe to say that it  wilT  be a reoord breaker when it does  come off..  Sir*. Frederick  will be unaccompanied,  i r  Will Reclaim Famous Koote~\  *~ ' . ���������    nay Flats  VANCOUVER, May 17.���������Hon. Thos.  Taylor has returned from the ooast after ah extended trip through the interior  To tho Vancouver press he gave an en  thusisstio account of prospects in the!  upper country.  Speoiol mention is made]  in hia statements concerning' tho rapid  growth ond advance of Nelson since his  last visit."   The mining and fruit grow  tng interests of  the Kootenay distriot  nre  said to be absolutely  astounding  One of tho pre joots mentioned as favored"  was a soheme of reclamation" of 20,000]  lucres of crown land in that distriot imak  Ing it available for sottloment through  [carrying oat drainage plans.  1 ' ) . '. j  1  cManufacturing Co. Ltd.  Complete  ROUGH  DRESSED  Stock   of  and  LUMBER  Undians'  Cattle are Nuisancer  To Ranchers  Parties owning land across the Koote  nay river are complaining about the In.  dian  horses and cattle destroying the]  j i j  ranchers' fruit trees. It is stated on authority that tho ranohes of Tom Stuart,  W. H, Smith aud Chas. French have  been infested with the horses and cattle]  ofthe Indians, and even this spring]  hundreds of dollim' worth of damage  has been doue. It is also intimated in  some oases cattle have actually been let  fin on tbe premises of ranohers who hop  pened to be away from home, in order  that they might feed on .the young troes.  In foot this matter has gone so far that]  the ranohers are now determined to put  a stop to it/and with this ���������ond in view]  the matter is nowbejag taken np with  the governmont.     *  **.;-} I  What Ib wantod is tho' compelling ol  [the Indians to remain On tho rosorvo and  Iforalng thom to koop their oattlo and]  lo-her stook from *. breaking  into otho  [people's gardens.   If a whito man hap  f pons even to oroBS tho reservation near]  JOroston ho is at onco questioned as to  Ibis huBlnoss and is told in no mild terms  [that ho ia not wantod on tho rosorvatios  [at all.   This boing tho oaso,  tbo, white  [Bottlers, whioh aro now very numoronB  aofosa tho Kootenay river, feel tbat tho]  (lino Bhould bo drawn, and this matter ol  damaging tho trees of settlors by the  [Indians' stook should be stoppod. >  In years gono by tbo Indiana have]  [done as they pleased in theso parts, ovv  ing to tbo faob tbat tho distriot was so]  sparsoly settled with whito Bottlers; but  uoV/ things aro dlfforont, and unlosf  lyrosout conditions are altered it is foaroci  that there will bo troable, as tho wluu  (ottloro aro now thoroughly aroused to  tbo sltuotlon,  ally taking part in* mourning for Sanggapproaches.  Edward, will have the  satisfaction of|  L. t r  knowing his is an sot as grateful to the  feelings of English subjects  as to his]  own.   With them will be a reuresenta  tive of that mighty cation whose kin  ship'witn onr sorrows as with our joys  exceptionally'dear and valuable and the  greatest of������presidents whom the United'  States has Been sines Lincoln and who;  is the most prominent and most respect,  ad'statesman in American life will b  offioial witness by his presence of the]  siuosritp and earnestness   which the'  citizens of, the  great Anglo-Saxon nation beyond the  Atlantic bear in  the]  grief of the mother nation at home."  The tuneral service  in Westminster]  Ball1 on Tuesday next  will  be brief.  The music will be uiider the direotion of!  Bridge, but the voices  The Twenty-  Third Psalm; will be sung as an ordinary]  hant, while "Blest are Departed,"' and  ���������JThoLast Judgment"  will  follow  as]  116 quartettes and choruses only. The!  only other musical portion of the r service will bo the funeral hymn, "O, Goc  tfhisKelp in A*������es Past," ���������which���������will Jsi  sung by the choir of fifty voices.  The home office has a limited numbs:  ..s  !of wreaths to be accepted for the funeral  of  the King.    Among  representative]  wreaths those presented by self-govern  'ing   colonies   will have' a prominent]  place.   South Africa has agreed to act]  in concert, so that the-wreath represen  tative of that part of the empire will  bear the names of all of four contributory colonies whioh'are about to enter  the union.     Among important public]  bodies to which the privilege of present  |ing a wreath has been granted is the'  Royal Colonial Institute,  which will  present a/ wreath  emblematic of the,  unity of the empire.  The Nova Sootia government's offices  faces the entrance to Marlborough;  House, and is tho only colonial govern  ment office on tho route of the funeral.  Mnjor Howard, agent general, is male  mg arrangements to drape the front of  the building.  The royal polloo changed the intend  od route Inst TuCBdav from Buckingham  PalaooV to;'���������Westminster Hall, so as to  wold congestion of crowds at Trafalgar  Square.   Thirty thousand picked troops  Board of ^Trade Meeting  K ���������������������������-  An enthusiastic meeting cf the BoardS  of Trade was held in the old Board oil  Trade rooms on Canyon road, a couplej  jof evenings ago. At this meeting, Presi-  jde'nt C. O. Rodgers, wice-Fresident E.  Mallandaine and Hon. Secretary P. B.  ���������Fowler, as well as a good working quor-  Whon Mr. Jenson asked him what be  was doing there, he stated that he had  decided to put in a garden at the cabin  and do some fishing. He stated that if  the owner of the cabin wanted him to  leave he had to< give him  notice to .do so. Constable  [Jenson, after questioning the man  [minutely, arrested bim and Drought him  to Creston whore he had a hearing before Stipendiary Magistrate Johnson.  In the Police Court, Brier told the  Magistrate tbat he had been shot a  Iconple of years ago in the eyes aad he  [now had a strange pam over his eyes  He also related several stories, showing  what a brave man he had been. How  at one time he had arrested and disarm^  ed seven Indians at Bonners Ferry.  Magistrate Johnson upon Shearing the  evidence of Constable Jensen and Brier's  iuwu story committed the accused tc the  era' Association in the matter of holding  [a Fall Fruit Fair was taken up, but  as!  umwere present.     After the reading!  and adaption of the minutes of the nre-H  vious meeting and the general rou;ine|Nelson gaol-oeuding an investigation aa  of business had been transacted,   theifco his in8amty*  [matter of having the co-operation of theB   Xt may fae steted thafe Brier app8ored  Farmers'Institute and the FrmtGrow-|peifectlyharmleBsbut Wa8 toBUMd *������  be melancholy.   He formerly came from  Alberta ao an ex-mounted policsssan.  ���������.. ...        ,   ,      .  .        ,        H   Provincial Constable Jenson left with  these associations bad not lieen hearajg  from yet, the Fruit Fair question wae'j  given a month's hoist till the next meet  ing of the Board.  At this meeting Mr. A.   Okell nomi.  nated W. Burton as a new member ������������������ o:  the Board of ^Crede.    The question of j  securing net7 quarters as a place'ofoneet  (his prisoner for Nelson on Tuesday.  A Ne<w Company  ������*-fe;en up, when Mr. S.  'eredthe  lree use  of  room in his hall; Mr. Okell also offered]  rooms^free of oharge.     The meeting]  finally accepted Mr. Speers' ,kind offer,  land hereafter the Board of Trade' will  meet in the SpeerB* hall on Fourth street  At this meeting the matter ofthe pay  pent of the'iBBue of five thousand pamphlets was satisfactorily arranged and 0  oommittee,, composed of Messrs. Moran]  and Bevan, was appointed to secure sub  soriptioes to help along' the publioity  loommittoo of the Board of Trade.  A new   company   known    as    the  Creston Valley Investment Oo. has open*.  ]ed up an office in the Burton Blook, and  ���������henceforth will conduct a real estate and  wan   tbenta^uftre5''s������9Tira*icebusinesK "AWe can.con-  A.   Spcsrs'* off-aS^a(;nlate ourselves on,the fact that - the.  the refre8hmen*"diBtricfcv'iI11,eapthe'****& ������f ������*e to"  'JW-arift  -STL  A NARROW ESCAPE  Fernie District Lodger: According to  'a recent issue of tho Creston Review, we)  noto that our old friend Fred G. Little,  thod a narrow escape from going to China  [by a continuance of his appointment ub]  flro warden.  Fred no doubt was quite anxious to]  [find ont what the Reform elements wore]  'accomplishing as he is greatly Interested  in the Mongolian situation and a oapable]  [linguist in the tongue of the CantoneBO.  auguration of,tne oompany, as the active  members of the firm are well known  Kootenay men, of whom it oan be  truthfully said know every inch of the  [interior of this glorunu province of ours.  Messrs. R. T. WalmBley and J. J.  Atherton will conduct the business at  uis end, and they arc new in harness iu  one of the best equipped .offices in the  Kootenay. ' <��������� ���������,-���������,-  They have been successful in' securing  the agency for the British Columbia Life  Assurance Co,, the only life assnranco,  In the world that has a home office in  Canada, west of Winnipeg.   Tbis oompany will save in the fntnre millions of  [dollars to the province of British Colombia that would otherwise go  in premiums aud investments in Eastern Canada  land State cities.   Mr. Geo. W. Potter,  special representative for the oompany,  visited Creston tbis week and made1 tha  ppointment of distriot agents, tbo territory to oovor Oreston, Nelson, Kaslo and  till intermediate points.    For this appointment, there has been much competition, and tho new local oompany are to  bo congratulated upon Boonring it,  Mr, J A J. Atherton informs us that Ain  loonnection with tbo business pf the abovo  ompany, he will attend to tho auctioneering end of it.  ���������fi������m-  <Prompt contention Satisfaction Guaranteed  Le us Figure with youon tbat Building  Call at the Oreston Mercantile Co  (Ltd, and soo their uioo llpo.ofMou,  I Womon and Children's Shoes;  MMUMMN  MMMMtfNMM  f.O. BOX 2t  r.������  15,'  CRESTON, B.Q  ' X  CHURCH OF' ENGLAND  Memorial Sorvioo will bo hold in  thp Now. Sohoolbouso on > Friday.  May UOth, at 0 p.m., the day of tuo  fauoral ot our Into bolovod Bovcr-  s       ������a| |SJ vigu, iiing Ju-iward VXi.  .1  II  if-  I    'l    r  WM .THE ,CRESTON.   B.C.   REVIEW.  l>t^  dinner gown and for the ball .gown, it  is also used, but for the two bitter style*  it appears an entiiely different m.iteriil,  to soft and silky and with so much allien  that ii hardly seems ilke the sarins labile, and in truth it would be quite impossible to recognize it under tbo sa*ne  name. There nro a? many different  styles in which it is made up .33 thine  an* different grades in weight and finish,  and both severely plain and most elaborately trimmed effects are fashionable.  A. T. Ashmor.\  It is all very well to talk about the  folly of giving up so much time and  thought to the question of clothes and  to assert that one should rise, superior  to anything so mundane as mere dress.. !  The man who so voices his sentime-ats j  is the one who falls easiest victim to 1  the charm of a perfectly gowned woman.  The wqtt07i w*rt.> so * "drools" 1 there is no  otbeT expression so suitable) i������ either  hopelessly unattractive, madly jealous or  utterly lacking in any taste" or cultivation. The clothes question is an all-important one, and never more so than to-  dav. "^hen it see^ns as thou0*!! everv die-  signer, manufacturer aad dressmaker  u.uu corn fined vo provide sirCu a ouan*  tity of fascinating fabrics and smart  styles tbat it is impossible to ignore  their allurements.  in color is to be noticed on many of tho  white gowns. An exceptionally pretty  model of a cream whice voile de soie  gowu has an elaborate design around  tho skirt, while the same design is repeated in an ornament on the front of  the waist, and on the sleeves; this design is worked in rose pink silk, and  the workmanship is exquisite in detail,  Tho same model in two tones of gray is  also most attractive, and while apparently there is nothing strikingly novel  in this model it is radically different  from the styles of last, ppason. Voile d������  sole over a contrasting color can be  made up effectively, but there is to tho  woman of conservative taste a better effect in combining of two shades o������ color,  the gown and the linyig different, and  the only trimming the bands of tho same  material or of silk or satin. All black  voile de soie gowns can be lightened by  tho contrasting linings, and then a note  of the same can be introduced into the  liimmings.  A fa=-liiun of the winter that is repeat-  ' :* LU-  ii  mo tic Is  o,  cvtieraciy p.  and becoming, tin? band or b.u>d* <>t -"^  are tied aeiosd the bust. .1 bei-ojiinj;  i"ilor being ^elected. Ro*-e p'lilc and nuttier blue aie the two f.ivorui>-> and w.t 1  a yoke and collar of gold und silver not,  thi* H an e^tiemcly -.nan ivu.b n 11:01.;  it is a model shown in a c'liffon waist,  to be worn with ������kn*r and oaat of light  weight cloth or ci*hmoie do sole, but as  pait of an entire gown of voile de sou* it  is also s>atisfae:oiv.  Sfeisv is a nuuvi.a! thitt lm*  >������..  ������������������ i  mii-  nlar tor the li-t iv.o -.oars boll* ior w.n-  ter and *unmui. and U fashionable again  ibis spiing, but the weave is vory nnic.i  \ finer and softei   than lasr. season.   It is  As is alwavs the case when      Easter j **. W~*   ..   ���������- -.- . :n  I &:ii,oe.z. too v.t'u.  i^r  a  serge gown v.ill  I stand the hardest' kind of usage aml.wnl  falls so early as this year���������March. 27���������-  spring and summer clothes; have to   be  reckoned with much earlier than     when  Ash "Wednesday comej   ������ much'   later  than this year and when winter clothes  are correct until the end of Lent. Fortunately the laws of fashion    are   not,  however, so unalterable^ and should   the  ���������weather prove inclement and cold women  will wear   their    winter costumes until  the days  are warm enough    to    make  heavy clothes uncomfortable.    The first  spring gowns are those      intended for  street wear   ,and   although in this climate late spring, has a way  of following so closely upon the heels of winter  1 that  often there are only  a  few days  when a cloth costume is possible, none  the lees must it be provided, for just-as  unexpectedly as did the warm weather  follow the oold will come cool days just  when  it has eeemed as though  settled  summer "weather had arrived.  Waists for Tailor Suits.  Quite a problem has to be faced this  ���������  spring in regard to the street costume  with coat to match, eo absolutely obligatory where comfort and health alike  are .to be considered. White shirt waists  will not bo fashionable with ekirts and  coats in dark colors;' a' waist of the material of the skirt is "too warm, and yet*  fashion decrees that the one piece gown  in effect if, not in reality ,is the latest  style. Tho lightest weight of'cloth or  sorgo is far too heavy a material to be  worn under a coat of the same, but it  ia tho fashion!-What more can be. said?  Chiffon waists of the same color, chiffon sleeves with only a capo of the material to match the resit of tho gown,  sleeveless coats���������these arc all modifications of the original model. In tho strictly tailor made costume the- waist can  bo of chiffon, tho same color ,mado over  whito, silver or gold cloth, or, if intended   for  travelling  or  serviceable  wear  only, it can1, be of crepe de Chine or soft  taffeta.  Voile de Boie is a material that thia  Reason apparently is scheduled as the  foremost of all fabrics, and there arc bo  many different varieties and grades that  it would be easily possible to havo a  most thorough outfit with every gown  made, of it. In the heavier qualities it  Is extremely practical, closely woven enough to have sufficient weight for a  ntrcet costume, tho ono piece gown with  coat to match.  Embroidery in gold, silver, crystal  and jet all arc worked on tho voilo de  coic, while, the heavy eilko embroidery  I still present a good appeariinee long afto.  the s;y!e in ivhic-h it '= made is tabooed.  A good model ior a white .serge is shown  n<: sever*  plain one-piece gown, but  band of embroidery around the skirt  eats it bciqg too plain. This e:n-  ie-rv   is   in haavv   siik or   in  fancy  m 1  the  pre-  broiae-ry  braiding and is worked on the material  itself.     It can be imitated by a band .of  embroidered trimming, and the trimmings  of thhs epiing- are marvellously effective.  If it is desired "to introduce a hots  of  color    this    can    easily .be done,by the  colored embroidery band, tha  cashmere  shawl coIor*.n"= Ko.nr������ verv clisiT'miiisf fov  this purpose.   .--..���������  Cashmere de soie and crepe de China  are heavier fabrics thaii the voile de soie.  and both are fashionable. They can be  made up into any style of gown, plain'  or trimmed, draped or with straight lines,  and are utilized both.-''-for day and evening. .-..,-'  EFFECTIVE EMBROIDERIES.  Crepe de Chine is ay material thai; is  always popular and practical and may be  said   to   be   universally beloved, for tha  woman   who  glories  in. spending   iaigj  sums of money on her clothes can choose  from   the   expensice qualities, while she  who  has  to  economize  finds  a quality  that costs wonderfully little and is curable and effective; ' It can be washed,  it cleans beautifully and ean be easily  draped.   Cashmere de soie is a more expensive material,  and  while   there are  inexpensive qualities, they do not make  up satisfactorily according to the standard of to-day.   Embroidery on the material itself is wonderfully effective in  cashmere de soie, and braid is equally  satisfactorily, so that braided cashmere  de soie gowns arc to bo included among  the smart styles of the spring, especially  in light and unusual colorings.  To-day the tullo embroidered tunics  worn with tho voilo de soie gowns nro.  exhibited' as though they wero just the  new fashion. They were, ns it will be  remembered, introduced many months  ago, and are now simply fashionable, not  tho very latest thing, but n3 they will  undoubtedly be in stylo all summer they  must bo included in the planning ol tlio  complete wardrobe.  In the lighter quality it Is comfortable  for midsummer, and' many charming  gowns intended for the summer 8o.**i*.on  are being now mndo of it. Then Cor the  more elaborate stylo  of dress, for "ihe  FMMM������MIWM������HMWMMMMinM������M������MNWl.MMIWMM������FIMaWM.  SMART  SPRING  SUIT.  t  One of the prettiest suits of the  season is the one in the sketch. The  "lino of large buttons and buttonholes at the front of the jacket^ tne  slight fulness at the elbow of the but-  ton-tririimed sieves, and the plain,  rather:close skirt, are all distinctive  features.  to look trim and trig when driving, motoring or tramping in dry, or stormy  wentUei.  Scr\u cable, everyday petticoats for  gills mi* those of strong and durable  ifiack s.atiiic. They are prettily but simply ni.ide, and one may choose several  styles 11L .$1 each.  Spring gloves for women are of soft  lustrous silk in the new shades and with  embroidered backs. They cost 75 cents a  pair for the short lengths.  Smart-looking men's shirts with black  stripes or two-toned stripes in colors of  white percale grounds arc $1.50 ouch.  Irish linen shirt waists���������pure flux, too  ���������made tailor stylo with the addition of  a bit of hand embroidery down the front  cont $2.50 each and will make a strong  appeal to the wotnun who ia stinting to  fill her summer shirt waist box.  Russian mesh veilings at 25 cents a  yard are inexpensive enough for a woman to always have a fresh one in her  \oil case.  Imported diagonal serges at $1 a yard  como in many colors and will tailor well  for (spring suits.  Now that the reason for them is almost ovor flannelette night gowns aro  selling for 50 cents each. Women who  wcav these during the whiter will be  sensible to buy next winter's supplies  now nnd lay them away.  EMBROIDERIES.  Over in Svilzoiliuul there is a little  town, not no Utile, imlIipi-. as Swiss  towns ������o, tho name oi wliich ha* become  familiar to every woll-dies-st'd wonuan  'ho woild over. For it is. there that the  *{\vii.-������ I'liibroideiie* nre nude, and to  think of St. Gall is to think at once of  snowy, dainty embioidciiFjs.  Perhaps it is the patient, pa'ns-tiking  work of the Swiss peiiant.������, pcilups it  ���������=; the careful work of the S������i^s design-  or-s, 01* it. may be the weaving on the  hand looms, but ivhethei it is one ov all  three, the St. Gall embroideries are in  a class by themselves foi  sheer beauty.  Billows* of fluffy embroideries iu������d  cobwebby laces enhance nearly every  lingerie frock now being shown, and  so St. Gall is a most important town  these days.  Eyelets, Broderie Angliise, imitation  of the Russian handwork and combinations of Yeniae laces nnd heavy i*m  bioideiics are the moie ������tiiking ot tho  miny new things.  One sees eyelets on everything. On  the new flouncings, 011 the waitings, the  all-overs, the beautiful galon*, die io'oc->  ���������everywhere are these little bits of  openwork.  And flouncing3 are mo-st important  this   year.        Great,wide .-embroideries  mi  11  IS! EVERY PART PERFECT  ���������T*KB secret of the perfection of  * our newly designed No. 1317  Type Telephone Set lies ia the;  fact that every part of it���������every'  individual piece���������-is itself absolutely perfect. The perfection  of the Tvhoie is attained  through perfection in the parts.  Examine the transmitter, for  "example���������standard long-distance  t,���������or the  construction  that bars out all local noises to,  spoil   transmission.      Or' look ||  into the generator���������the ringers Jj  ^^  X    and gongs,-~the Bwitch hook' 1  V -~HlBla\-~   - Nn'~������r ar'"" part yQtl Uke*:  ^HwiiKi^^i^K^^T You ���������Q,t find B better  I    I&3T     I    type you will find it,.  ! i 111    receiver, with  its  con   i  rural telephone  anywhere.  ...  than fhfa .snade  HFREE  m BOOK  Let us tell you the story ef thia telephone���������it ���������mil cost you one cent (for a,  post card) to know it���������all the details of  tbe instrument itself as well as fuiipar-.  ticulars of  every step necessary in.  the organization of a rural telephone company,  writeandaskforBullsanNo. ������U���������������ifsFwfc,  tfanfedmis oaJ eaprfltw ������* ������3   ..  mtU W &��������� cMtfractU*,  ������I������ntkm  ���������  _  T-'-*"- ssi tssss Stsis.   Aifeess ?������? mmnA afflM.  M0HTUAL--Cw.N������(r������De99������[6By8b. tUtoWl������-������aKSBSSl.w.  UdMA CaUUBt  VJU������09������S&-d-!3ffnte3t.V. V0QlOS&-a������Bw7Aw.  it   to  be  pretty  and does  not  care   to  pay too large a sum for it.  BUTTON   SHOES.  All tbe smart shops are showing them  for  spring.  They are certainly more dressy than  the laced models.  There, arc colored ones, as well as the  ever-present black.  The dainty suede is much in evidence.  White buckskin with white pearl buttons is very elegant.  Dull calfskin cut over a modish iast  i is sensible for general wear.  And, of course, there are russet and  oatent leatheis as well.  A   MILLINERY   WRINKLE.  It  is  the  Tam o'Shanter  crown.  Piquant and pretty it is, too.  And especially becoming to a youth  face.  It is of silk, cut genroously full.  The brim is of straw.  And   shaped  like   a   mushroom���������?.���������':  plenty  of "droopiness.'"  The same kind of silk th.it makes t*.i  crown  often lines ��������� the imderbrim.  nl  MISS  WEDDING  SPO  f^i^^y .' 1.11. I. .M^.iw.1  \n this very romnrkablo preparation Is no*"**  nlleil, In tlio greatoBt Ooniitltutlonal Tteniedy  ���������'vcr known Cor Brood MaroB, CoHb, Btalllonn  uml all other hon'.on; ulna Distemper anions  i'Jogs and Shoep, Thin compound is mado of  Iho purfiiit InnrrnlloMH and not an atom of  polHonous or injurious nature enters into Hn  composition. Many pcnions aro now taltlno  SPOHN'S for !La Grlppo. Colds, CourIih, lCld-  ncy Trouble, etc., nnd it lu nlwuys nafo. It  oxpols tho DIbciiuo (3ornm from tho body;  nets directly on tho Blood and ClamlH.  RPOTtN'K Ih now roM bj* nearly ovory drujjf-  Klrt and harn'pHf-*' doaiT in tlio lanrt, and any  enn pot It for you. Pirty centa and tl.00 a  bottle, and 80,00 and $11.00 tho dozen.  Itroorrt n( Annual Hn  low.  1st Yerir       l,on*i  TiOttlpH  Holfl  Snd Yeur   ,..,,   .4,311*  "  ,.  3rd Year      D,2r������fl  H  a  4th Year 10,1 f.O  .1  ���������<  6th Year ............. 40,28*  ,1  a  (ltli Year  72,nBO  **  7tll Yonr   .,,,100,5.12  .1  - ������������������  Ath Year .......,,..,.124,500  .1  <>  11 th Year 172,4ft5  II  ���������>  10th Year   221,750  ���������1  a  lltli YMir   2S7.C20  tl  11  12th Yeur 078,053  ,1  11  lillli Yflur ,r.0H,720  .1  11  14tli Ymir K4H.250  ���������1  11  loth Y������nr   007,354  .1  <���������  (rionel for our i'ool,l������t of twulwu  K.IIJil UlcJljOfl  X<n Camlly and stock modlolneu,  mum,  Distributors  All Wholesale Druaatsta  Snohn itietmai Co*  CHtMISTS ANO BACTEQI0L0QIIT3  GOBHEN* INDI3NAr U. B. A*  Rl CAR DOS  ,-. GOWN. .  VLondon.���������A. notable feature of,'" the  wedding gown worn the other dayAby  Miss Constance Ricardb Awasths revival  of the fichu and* shoulder epaulettes.  Miss Eicardo, who is a daughter bf .'Fran-',  cis VRicardo, of the Friary, Old Windsor,  married Clive Bay ley, H. BA M. Consul  at Warsaw', sou of the late Sir Edward  Ciiye Bayley, and the V ceremony took  place at St. Thomas' Churclij Portman  Square.'...  Soft white satin charmeuse was used  in the make-up of they wedding   gown,  and the fichu, which draped the shoulders gracefully, was an exquisite Venetian  point laee.    TheV fichu,  as   shown  in our illustration, came rather low in  front,   and   was   caiight   up   at    the  side   with   a   picturesque   knot , worked  in crystal.   The high collar and vest was  of tucked net, and epaulettes of satiti;  with  knots of crystal,   gave   a pretty  finish to the shoulders.   The skirt; was  plain, with a panel of Venetian point,  inset from the fichu on bodice down the  side to  the hem.       The panel,'*'as   it  widened out on thoy skirt, is caught at  intervals     with    knots of   the   crystal  weighted with tassels, and the train was  cut square.  Court Train of Chiffon Moire.  A full court train A of chif fpn moire  was worn with the wedding gown, together with a lace veih over a wreath  of orange, blossoms.'.'..The. train hung  from knots of crystal on the shoulders,  and was caught up at the side toward  the square hem ywith a . largo Louis  Seize knot of the crystal. Chiffon moire/  by the way. is one of the season's newest materials. It Is much softer in  texture than tho silk moire, is duller of  surface, aud the watered design is much  larger. ;  The four bridesmaids wore charming  dresses in paW blue silk, veiled In  creamy net, and picture hats of pale  blue chiffon.  Tho   Golng-Awoy   Dress.  Brown chiffon velvet is the material  chosen for the bride's, tjoiiiR-iiway toilette. The Bkh't is quite plain, with a  pniu'l at tlie front and bacl', while tlio  bodice is, softly .draped to the figure  under a yoke of' brown chiffon to tone,  nnd embellished' with tow-linn nf .braid  curried out in the same color. .The long  sleeves moulded to tlio arma are In  brown chiffon, and the high collar; with  tiny vest attached, is of creamy --laco,  finished at. tbo dividing line botwacn  'the lnco 'rind' the chiffon with an cdglria;  Of   ROld. ,���������-'���������:.!;".  Among the many dainty trousseau  (jownR made.for Miss Ulcardo there Is.'.a  charming evoning toilette of the softest  of pink moire. This Rown is nwnthed  .to..tho flRiiro, and half of tho coraago  Is oovored with pllstenlnp; crystal, cm-  broideries. The Hlccveu are of the, om-  bvoldery, and 0 lonp scarf of black tullo  fnlllnpr from tho decollotapo gives the  finishing touch of color.  ALL   NEW   ENOUO.  TO TALk  ABOUT.  Mohair Ih tho lateat material to bo  ���������'rubbcrUed" or made rain proof by some  of tho many processes which makers  now uso. This is good news to the many  women who are so fond of wearing this  old, yet fashionable, material.  There are such numbers of good points  about mohair���������Its light weight, sturdy  wonrlug (nialltloH and ability to. shod  duKt all make it admirable for outdoor  wear or travelling. Then, too, it always  IooUh well and Ihih a little air of <ll������tlno*  tion about it���������that Is. of course, providing the quality Is good, .1  The mod*!* whown an* In black, severely made, with ������cmi������flttlng backs and  coliuin Unit tuny "ni uuiu fantuiioii Jiifeu  or rtfi������n������������iJ���������Jwit ������h Mllndy n^fwh^**.  They are not extremely expensive,  :������ltlwr, and will lw a pomifblllty to ma-  ' dattio Of th* slfdiidor ihcome who wishei  worked out: on. sheerest ybitistess and  mul'i---��������� they, are indoseriijahly y yloveiy.  Forty-five and fifty-four inches iii width  they are, so they make up beautiful!y  into whole gowns. :'������������������'..A"  Straisht edges mark many of these  wide flouncings. : iJlind er.ibroidary designs, lace medallions (of -Yerise or imitation Irish laee), are inset, and the  combination is most effective.  Colored flouncings there are, too, some y  times dobi and designs of dainty hues,  sometimes :��������� colored scallops, : sometimes  the whole affair in,color. .  A Colored embroideries, it may be noted,  are quite fashionable this yoir, and there  are liiany blues, grays, greeris; pinks, violets, browns and other, tints': galore-.in the  flouncings and all-ovens particubrly.  These.are intended especiallyyfor; whole  'gowns. ���������'..' :'".V-;y,VVV: ';'���������"'  Imitation of the Ruasian liaadTembroid-  ery is .particularly effective In these embroideries. The quaint, heavy designs,  raised patterns and ecl������tan'tial materials  are best suited for the .trimming' of. linen  gowns, though ojy course they will combine effectively with the more sheer fab-,  rics. ��������� .':���������'-.''    -. <y ���������  Never were galons, those insertionlike bands, more .fashionable. Not only  do the fashion articles, fashion plates and  but word comes frOin' abroad that tha  great dressmakers are employing them in  the making of all new summer'- frocks,  The popularity of the embroidery robe  is more "marked each season. Each season, too, the makers improve in their  work, and now it is possible, to get "'iv  robe, almost made, with good lines und  correct cutting. At first these made-up  robes were very amateurish affairs, but  now they aro vastly improved and a  great convenience for the woman who  wants n. whole cmbro'dsrv fvoc!*;, wants'  ^IfiE'WHITE FENCES  ���������foge Fences wei* Best--Styles forl^wn?. Parks. 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MATURIN MBDIClNB COi  ^^������������s������r mm{mu-  WfttohDeptao  mmmmmmmmm* ���������  on  Toronto, Ont  A   STYLISH   SPRING   SUIT.  Black and whito chock ia otlll In  high favor with fashion, and, thero  is nothing wrottlor for uprlng ooaU  and Mulls.  Thia suit has- long rovers and high  ouffs of .whltw, hmuo, braidod or ������������j-  broldorod in black.  7Uo turban Is rancio c! bl.irlr nti  ���������rlmmiNd with whito marabou, and A  littlo tuff of tho whito marsh u about  tho throat, oomploUn thU; .chanwint^  ���������-ieoirtwn#^,'"',s ��������� ";';'->- x-.xiAA'Xiy^f -y.  ZtP^*tfM&M-Of)ttX?S!!i  wunm4mm4miWMiiiWMiii.tni  iiimiimmmimimmmimmmmiiiiiimiiimwiiiimm^ammm  mmmmmsmmm\  ^er06^'^  dhmuld avoid danger of ImpurltUs In dtllvsry from th������ ow������n to  th# Honitt.   Insist on your kaksr wra-0|������1n|i his brssd  In  BDOY'S BREAD WRAPPERS  W* ar������ the original manufacturer* of br*������d wrappers -"������'h*U*  us*d by ttuding baksrs ������f Ottawa, Montr**!, Toronto and oth������r  oltlts.  Ths E. B. EDDY GQMPAHY, LlmHefl, Hull, Canada  ��������� fr ��������� \ ���������   '"  '   ���������  i ;     I,  l S *&*���������    i   r / V, "    ������    *  w������TtT������"*Tf*"-wl"������  [IS^Z'S^E'SnH  T  HE   GBESTON,   B.C.   EEYIEW.  &'  Vjm. ������d������ nnin,. .        ** in  CURED  you can -Dalnlesalv r������������^Z "n%SMrh������eYi?c?  torn Extraotor.   It never bunis, loaves no scar.  Wnen he discovered that there waa  no train, that it might be a matter of a  day or two ere it reached Hadley, and,  in fact, might not coins through say  further than Spokane, his'intense terror  ssd amsoyancG knew no bounds.  "If we are to have a through train at  all/* eaid the ticket seller; *it will be  on Wednesday night at this time; thia  ia (Monday-night; the*chances look favorable tome, for it is getting warmer,  and ���������that zn?ans a thj^w, and it that.occurs the Eastern express will have little  tr^wibh in making headway. I think I  can premise you will have little difficulty in getting off Wednesday night."  'T am euught like a rat in a trap,"  thought Carlisle, wildly, ''there is no  escape from tbis accursed place.'  But one course presented itself io his  nund, and that .was not to go back to  Barrison Hall, thereby arousing tha suspicion of Florice Austin, but to remain  in hiding in the mountains vjntil the  great battle between the villagers and  the Pawnees was well over, then watch  out for the Eastern express, which waa  bound to come through sooner or later.  Clifford Carlisle had a natuxal horror  of all hardships; oamping Qut^ as he  proposed to do, was most horrible to  him, but he saw no other way but oi  the difficulty which hedged him in.  With cunning foresight he made his  way bock to the village, and there purchased a stock of supplies which should  last hun far beyond the time for ihe  train to arrive.  He had littlo fear of the weather, for  hia heavy sealskin overcoat would amply  protect him.  At the juncture of the mountauTrood  asm the road to Hadley there was a.  deep hoUovr in a'pile of rocks,' whioh  he had discovered during bis ramblings  quite by chaiioe. This place had served  hio*. well on several occasions when he  had been forced to find a retreat quickly. Neither the villagers nor the Pawnees  seemed to know of its existence, lie soon  discovered, and therefore in it he felt  safe from both alike.  Wiih Clifford Carlisle, bis own safety  waa of the utmost importance to him;  he would never face danger when, there  was a .way, to avoid it. Therefore he  hied himself to his place of concealment  with all possible despatch.  Ifrus that night passed, as did the following, aad as there w;a������ as yet no sign  of the encounter which the half-breed  '    had  sooken  to  him about,  it dawned  upon him that the Pawnees were waiting  * for him-to join them/       . ,- T  ,   He realized, tbo, that the * half-breed  was probably searching frr him, furious.  *    ^yer the delay he was causing ia their  plans. ��������� ,     ,i    .��������� _ ..  - He knew, too, that if he fell into their  hands after that length of time they  would be pretty aDt to wra?ir their  vengeance upon him.  Ewaa- his, place of concealment he  knew that ha could easily reach the depot .when he heard the welcome whistle  of the locomotive from afar off.  JBfe was well enough acquainted with  the Pawnees to know that they.would  not attempt to interfere with the train,  for they stood too much in fear of the  big, puffing engines, that hod once upon  a time swept over a score of them who  refused to stand off* from'the* track as  , it approached.   v*       *     t  * <B.o knew thai Florice Austin must  ^ have discovered'ere this that he' had not  *' caught the' train; hut, aa he had not  returned to Barrison Hall, no doubt ah*  supposed, ho mtisfc have gone over to  Spokane, to try to get',a:'train from  there. ���������   -   ' '     ��������� ->���������>-,"  ���������   ;T&us ho settled tho matter and dis-  I missed the subject from bis thought*.  II Thero waa only one thing that troubled  hia conccience, and that woe the fato  little Norine had met with at the hands  ,' of Chowskv. During tho lonely hours  he spent in' his place, ot oonceahneni he  i    could think of nothing else.  'In those hours ho-learned a startling  i truth, and that wos,'i that he oared for  Norino���������ay, cared "o������* her a thoueand  I times moro than ho had dreamed poo-  II tibia that ho could ever caro for anyone  aavo himself.''  Thia eventful Wednesday wight rolled  around, and Clifford Oarlislo    waited  ,   with all tha impatience imaginable for  tho welcome whUtlo of the train.   He  waa glad to think that it would oome  i   and go firo ,tiha raid.,of   the Pawnee*  would tako place; poriiope that was tho  vqry thing that they woro waiting for.  [       HO wondered that that solution of the  mystery had not oooumid'to him boforo;  ,   tho   Pawnoca ywouldy ywot   put A their  yy' ������sidi ng*in#t.'-ttw iviUagwrf into woouUoii  xvMU ,:��������� aftor; titan*; train had,; gbno, 'M it  V1, win-tar.'a' month. ���������'��������� >-'X ������������������.���������-'���������'���������"���������,'"���������'.'���������'������������������' .ym������������������������������������:-���������������������������  fei*b   .yivmrn  ...._-, ._- , ^^-|w'V'Woiro'';'dirtfWhg  tipe**^  wfM-.\t0Q't *aaftc.tcd IcW-tiiwdi ,lwilf,.������-:' trdlo  ly&pttLt&w apot, wfluwjo^io.., <vrm0**aXwkfa*o)y.,  F oonooalodr-a ocomo In whicili Noadno a������4  i   Jo������^-lwHio������fc, fttiltUitful: ^fob���������worn tlio wv  A'tow,'-'- '        ', ������������������'"���������������������������      - .V...vy-1'.--yv,--vy;|-.yy,.;,y;,;v'-:yov  ) A , i^Hihoufilh - no nexvt fwodom, tlwyV Iwid  Iwen u*wil>lio io venvtuax* frotn iimv ipkco  'A'fAoI ,oo������*|o<>atoiw , ������ay;������,,'d*a*^  y th������n,',;o-v^iB|fyw>'rtJi������' i'ttvirajf-''biinidtti'.;���������,of  A''TPmrmm th������vfc mmtd tiholr biWihift pkee  [ii',!rbsn-WnDO.to tln*o, ��������� ,y,.,i.'',;'.���������.. ',.,.���������;���������;. -X': ���������  ���������i1.V'-V'WIiOffl^'^ut iFcnglili -tAtioyVcUd' vontitrd  ���������'''������������������tovtfy<1hw-i'-,mM..-iM,M* to onoountor  any of ������b+ wbagw*. tteAtug oltJinyr *wtiy.  It waa wiili o, toomft of joy at thoir  foMurt- tlwut con hotter 'bo rcwWwsd than  (loirKnr^Fhiivil wlimn, Wwsli' tew, ,al*(iok Into  tbo imyiwitniiu roind at lawt.  y Aiy^R'p $���������;���������'%:  K'|.-ri''r^y'P''Y''������  H   |a^   R "^  m***' MY"'Jt*'  / i   ���������     ,       I ���������'.,.. , ,,..;.-,****'.���������'.  A,y PMlSv.: M  ���������������������������������������������  i^iull^iuujimM^^  "Our worst danger is over now, little  Norine," murmured Joe. "We shall  have to walk al Itih'e way into Hadley,  but that wiil be osiy a Id'ttia over a nils  from that bend in the :coad you see yonder.'"  Noirine oould havo -cried aloud for  vecry joy? Wfc1 Joe was etrangedy silent;  wfaen 'Ms oomipadiKm rallied Mm upon it,  he anaid������ her evasive oaiswera. * How  could ho tell Hues-'tihe fear that was  weagihing down has heaint so heavily���������  thafc,y of Cfhowsky's tihreat waa true,  there wns no village and no kindred for  thorn to return to. If tihe Pawnees had  carried out,thie half -breed's thireait, Hadley waa now. lying in ashes, and every  man, woman and Child in tlie village  wane massacred!  No, no, he dared nFot tell Norine of  tbe broodting fear that Jay like a dark  poili] over his troubled heart. He thanked heaven thai he would be with) her  whsc sho entered tih-e villiige.  ���������But!���������ah, mie!���������toow strangely; tbe wisest aasd ibe&t laid .o^gs masoa^ry^ How  Kfrble Joe knew what the njxt moment  was vo bring forth.  So dieeiply was he engrossed with his  own thou^nts thait for a brief instant  he fotrgot to wateh tihe tireadhe(ro.us road  before "Mm, waycing, as they were, in  t3n& d'ense shadow o& tihe trees; the result wns he made a massterp and fell  headlong .to the ground..  He did not rise quickly to has feet,  a? Norine supposed be would do, and  when she reached hia side audi bent over  him a moan of 'intense pain, which ho  vainly' endeavored to repress, broke  from haa lips.  "Oh, Jc*e! Joe! what is the matter?  Are you hurt?" pi>teoua!ly cried Noxiue.  throwing luerself down on her knees beside him.  "I aim afraid I���������I have sprained my  airfslle," he wihis.peired; "but it is nothing,  Norine, mvthlng."  "Nottiicg!" exdkimed the gj?l in the  greatest terror. "Oh, Joe! haw ean you  woOk and funtiher if���������if your ankle is  sprained?"  Ho took her trembling- hand in his,  "I am afraid I cannot, little one,*' ho  said, with almost a sob in his voice, "but  let me tell you what you must do, Norine. You must go on ito the village  without nie. Tell them, if you find any  one, what has happened) me; if you can  got 30 one to���������to come to zma, come  baok yoiiree3f ^ Hiti? Norinss,������''  She wns too excited to notice how  strangely hxs sentence was worded then,  but it all came back to hor afterward.  Ia vsia ehse begged to stay by hirn,  bui Joe made her understand presently  that* tho pfem he suggested was best,  aasd tSae only feasible one. So, drying  her teams, Norizxe e^ off bravely o*i her  misBBon toarummiion nasastanos for him.  Joe waa suffering fyar mare than ite  us** ������r������l������i������'wtton io xvozime; iihe world  B&ssat&S. to grow dark around, him; he  feasHsi his last hour bad como���������i&at he  was dying.  Meanwhile Noriae sped wupidiy on-  wnmd, ewiftly n>earing the bend in the  road whiere were tJae huge pile of rooks  tfaqit ehe had regaiwkd so curiously  many and many a time. At lout ��������� she  wss eibreast of them, and then suddenly  id the clear, bright moonlight she saw &  dark figure. The next irotamt Norine-  had fiaJifen aeneeless in the path, and  knew np more.' ' '"       /  v  CJaAPMSR XXXVI.  ' ' - -  ; Norine had made, the fatal mistake of  beUeving tihe diaark figure which suddenly loomed up befoone her to be a Pawnee,  whiio'in nuutter of fact it was ion������ other than Clifford Cariisio.  He had ventured forth frim his p'nee  of conceniroeint to stretch mis cramped  Ufflibo, and the funst ohjeot ho bdiold Avaa  a womeun.hmrryiiig down the mountain  pnth.  Ono glozioa, tund an exclamation of the  most intense uamvBenwait broke frvun his  Hstoniahedj lips:  , "Norino, by aM thait-s wocdiearful!"  He teatantly divined tliat she had just  nwuh* hor ampa from tho Pawnees.  "W������iH, now, U thrJw tenU a piece of  luck!" he 'ejaculated, fiipringin^ bOV*urd  her, hw dmodsamKs evil fiwsenlighiting up  with dw%hit. "Norinw wUV, bo just in  tune to tolco the train with me."   '  Before ho had time to coil to her, ho  saw h������r halt quickly,, then drop suddenly down hi tin* path. i  "OoratfouiKl it!*' h*e tmutbftrod. "Slio has  fWmtod, X do believe,"  An eoon as ho roodhod b������r, aidio ho  found that Ws (wraifee wns oowoot.  "Of ooumw, I failgihtoinod hor," he muttered.; "I enijppoee It ia little wonder. A  wir������4rtiji,'A'.;flx''.'A I-'VA-wouM: :;V;lxi'.A.:;^*Jn, vto  W swroi If: the tiroin came A nlomg  sbiousness. By George! there's look In  this opportuno encounter.. Norino Is far  ������������������too hmfiuMfiil tft'paurt th������ rest'of Nr������'r--day*'  on theee wild western plains. I'll trans*  ,plant hwr to,the gay metropolis,,and Ifll  ;Warrant there won't bo a beauty ..In  Gotham ' who r*.n compare with my littlo'  ; But;hew his���������'.woliloquy wois suddenly  w������t','������l������ort by tho lowd, shrill, eawpllttlnff  soresoh; of the eastward-hound; wtpross  whlatWi niiionndlnir far ovor tho plkfnsi  a������^yb.g away over, the mountain.  I^^vJ1*^'���������"���������*v last!"A ho orlcd, with  Wild WlthW9lfMimv'F'v'-''Y. .;��������� :'��������� ���������  '/'??������"������;������ Nprin*i" ho;erJ*d, oatohlngtlio  ���������IjRbt flgtiro. up In bt������ stalwart arm*.  "I hav������n*t timo' to ^atrtempt to restore  you to oonselouiwcw ;������owi when next  you open -yowr^bonnyv' ������y88;- it will be  far away from;Hadley/������:"���������.,.':������������������;'*,*;.:.-.���������!������������������;-.".'.:....���������::.;-  Louder and more shrill sounded tho  whistle of Om tur-ott train, nn it thun*  derod overthe froxen ir������iil������f-*:,.:*:..^;v.,jV-.v- -y  Clifford Carlisle kn������w that it would  resell tho station now, quite as soon an  li������ could j hs had not one moment to lose,  pown tlio mountain road he ran  ���������Wlftlyi tlnrngb the burden which; h������ ������,*r>  find wo������' no light one.-; ���������; ��������� ���������   y" ��������� -������������������ 'A'-"':  For a moment he paused to see If the  ooiw������t w������s ejeari lis h������d no wish to ������n*  counter anyone, for take Norino aboard  of that train ho would, ho told himself.  Wo* matter what o<wurr������idi but he trusted  to ih* darknes* and tho excltemsnt to  e������������*pe attention,.  ; H* mors, than su inset ed that Worts*  Attitita w������u!d take that Identical train,  but II would b# a vsry tssy mutter for  !i!.*j" tip ftne l������j rpsUft'. -4tb J:rr. Jfejr  bottdInr'ii!tllff#rtnt:'eiii'.' ������������������.'��������� ���������"'������������������'' ���������'���������'���������; '���������'..> ������������������  y -Ha would���������'-wot:'liny, an-'-'oxtm tloktt'  *f'^ ,*F*^-^i\(Ax-W -W'A'.W^ ^yyff-iX:  SS?S!?5S?hJ?!^? is harmless because composfirt  only olheallng gums and balms.   Fifty years in'  use.   Cure guaranteed.   Sold by aU dnjeSste  ISO. bottles.   Kefusosutosmutes.        ^f"*8??15  PUTNAM'S  PAINLESS  OOso|y EXTRACTOR"--  for Norine, thus being obliged to step  up to the ticket seller's window, but  would pay for her on the train.  Thus he settled the difficulties of the  carrying out of his dastardly scheme, one  by one, as they presented themselves.  Reaching the depot, he cautiously  crept around to the other side of the  puffing train, and was just about io  board it with the still unconscious figure  of Norine clasped closely in his arms,  when a heavy hand was laid on his shoulder, and a deep, husky voice, trembling  with mighty passion, exclaimed, hoarsely:  "So I have caught you at last, my  fine, fellow! What, or whom have you  there V  Before he could collect himself to  utter a word, or, in fact, to gather his  scattered senses, he was hurled backward  by a heavy blow and the girl grasped  from his hold.  The instant he had heard the voice,  even ere he had beheld hiB face, he knew  that he was standing face to face with  S&biel Gordon���������Norine's " grandfather���������  and that he need expect little mercy  from him.  As Mr. Gordon spoke he threw off the  heavy cloak which* was wrapped about  ihe slender form andy held a lantern  down close to her face.  "Yes, it is Norine���������my little Norine!"  he cried, with intense excitement, "and  she is dead! Great God!���������my little  Norine is dead!" he wailed.  "She has only fainted," responded  Clifford Carlisle, coolly, adding: "JXovr  that she has passed���������even though forcibly���������from my care to yours, I leave her  to you."  He was about to spring upon the train,  but, quick aa a flash, the sturdy old  man intercepted him.  "Stop!" thundered the old blacksmiti  in a voice which made Clifford Carlisle's  heart qaail in spite of his nonchalent  bravado. "Norine has been away from  our home two days. Have you made  the girl your wife?"  "She has not been "  eif*.  pafio   ���������iou jo e������������ ���������am jeAHsay,,  exasperated old man, grasping Carlisle  by the throat and hold him there in a  grasp of steel. "Is Norine your wife,,or  not?"  "No!" spluttered Carlisle, struggling  furiously to tree himself from that herculean hold, and at the same time recover his breath, which his * antagonist  was nearly shaking out of his body*."  "Then you don't board this train to-  naght!" roared Daniel Gordon, "You  shall oome back to the village with me,  and there answer me for what you have  done."  In vain Clifford Carlisle attempted to  expostulate; he might as well have endeavored to reason with an enraged lion  of the forest. Daniel Gordon did not even  hear him.  The hesrt almost stood still iu Clifford's bosom when another vojoo fall -mm*.  Ms   ear-   ���������"----��������� -   ���������   -"   *"*-"   *-  -the - voice   o^  At.e^t..  crying j  "1 ������m convinced beyond all doubt now  of this man's duplicity;* he was fleeing  with another. 'Now he shall feel the  vengeance of the woman whom he was  duping. Bring him back to the village,  good.Mr. Gordon. 'It will be my turn  when you have done with him."*  w"Fkwrioe!" exclaimed Clifford Carlisle,  in intense agitation; *1 can explain all  thi* to your satisfaction if you will but  allow r me to do,,307���������if you will, only  listen 'for one moment to my side of thie  story.".  ��������� "She lau^htfld 2. hard bitter !au**h.  - "What, my eyes behold, that I, shall  believe (" Bhe cried. "Hflli can make a  fool of Florice no longer. Listen, every-  body!" she carted, raising her voice to a  shrill, high key; "I denounce Clifford  Carlisle as the worst of frauds! I saw  him ferec Mrs. Barrison, on her deathbed, to sign that will which he offers to  the world as the genuine article. My  price of silence was'that ho should make  mo his wife, .sharing with' me the ill-  gotten' fortune. Ay, and worse! He systematically swindled the old lady out  of money for years, pretending thnt he  invested,,it in a gold mine for her in  Arizona, but the gold mlno had no existence Bave in his own brain. Ay I and  his rascality does not even end there,"  she wont on, with, growing rage; "our  handsome, dapper gentleman is a highwayman: as well!". ,."   X  "Florico!" cried Clifford Carlisle, livid  with terror, "you' arc mad! Say no  moro, if you expect , ino to, fulfil my  pledge of marrying you. You will bit*  terly ?|ue all these tales you are telling  about mo. Can, you nofc raillza thair  I never thought that It would be' you  who would try to ,ruin.mc.M1,.,...,  Again she laughed that horrible, bitter  laugh, that niado tlio > blood run cold In  his vein* as ho answered:   ; ; .v y   y  "Marry, youl Why, I would as soon  think or throwing myself beforo this  train; I shall iiever marry1 An'msui who  would deceive mo���������;ay! < and willfully' desert mo for another. I oan; hate a thousandfold more bitterly than I ean love,  and thio I oay.to you, Ollfford Cor lisle t  I am yoiir mortal f00, and all I - toaut Is  rovenge-~an4 I have, it In this; hour,  V "It was ho,'Vv������he.'Awild!Iy';''.''ve6htinued,  "who mado away; with.the young express  agent for the money lio had with mm. I  wa,* an eynwltwoss to it* I followed him  that bdflht booause I was Biiftpicloiio that  ho Intended visiting nomo -village maid,  -''MHW������IM|F'������MW������������MMWM������IFMIFMIMpataai������MMMhMMMta������^^ <  and I repeat that I witnessed the robbery and the tragedy.  j-uc bjjci.1. w* i:iuse worus on the  crowd which had gathered was electrical,  they would have hanged him to -the  nearest tree but for the stern decision  of Daniel Gordon that lie must be taken  to the village and the truth of the woman's   assertions   clearly   proved.  This was accordingly done, a jerring  crowd following. ���������  It was not until Norine was. taken to  the town hall and they had worked over  her for some time that consciousness  was restored to her.  Who shall attempt to describe the  excitement that followed, vhen slie told  of the safety of Joe Brainard from  death, but of the accident lie had met  with, and tbat he lay1 on the mountain  road in the greatest pain awaiting help,  which was despatched to him without  an instant's delay. '  Norine was as much amazed as any  of them when she was-told of the attempted,' abduction, ������nd ishe thanked  Heaven indeed for the timely Interference through which she had been so  mercifully saved.  Finding that fato had closed in around  him, and his wicked career was brought  to an untimely end, Clifford Carlisle confessed everything from the forging of  the Barrison will to the attempt to  make away with the young express  agent���������for the thirty thousand dollars  in ��������� cosh wliich he had about him���������and  promising to make full restitution if  they would "but set him free and let bim  go his way.  It was Joe who pleaded for the man  who tried his best to be his slayer.  "All is well that ends well," said  Joe, "and since little Norine has promised to marry me at once, I can feel no  resentment against even this man. I  say, let him go, if he will promise never to come near tbe wes?ern plains  again." '  Veiy reluctantly the villagers consented, and a hooting, jeering men followed  the dandy of other days to the train to  see Mm safely away from their locality.  Foremost among them waa Florice  Austin, and her face was the last he saw  as he crept aboard the train and the express moved eastward toward the rising sun.  Norine kept faithfully her promise to  Joe. In the hours of her peril she had  learned his true worth, and that his  was a heart of gold���������not one of tinsel.  And the love - that, awakened' in her  heart for noble'.heroic Joe. she. knew to  bo the true love of her soul, and she realized that it had been only tlie glamor  of infatuation which she had experienced for the handsome, debonair stranger  who > had come into their midst. "���������  - The amazement of Norine on learning  of the relationship between Mrs. Barrison, the deceased, and herself was great  ���������and greater still was her surprise to  find herself, the possessor of the great  wealth that was hers through her poiT  young mother who had been so cruelly  disinherited long years ago..  , r Daniel Gordon lived long enough, as  did his good old wife, to see their darling wedded to the'.man of their choice,  and it is safe to say that not a jollier  wedding ever took place in the far westA  Soon after Joe purchased the Great  Bear Gold Mine for Norine. and to-day  vou read in the daily papers of our little  heroine being worth many millions;L and  you also r$ad how good sh^��������� i*? to the  poor, Iiow beautiful she isi how loved  and admired���������nay, idolised���������by aU with  whom she comes jn contact; p.nd, knowing her as you do, dear render, you do  not wonder at it,-knowing���������how you have  come to love her yourself, from the first  moment you saw those' dear, dainty little . hands accomplish , the wonderful  feat of fashioning a' real'horseshoe.  There was never a more adoring husband than Joe; but while he clasps his  dearly-won darling in his arms, strain-  inn hey +0 Ma heart ������>s h������ ������>ov������r������ h������r  bluohing face with kisses,' he "vfhispers,  teasingiy, ofttimes:  "Thoy say, you were faljse, but I still  believed you true; your're my'own bonny, sweet Norine."  ���������JrttE ^IND.  i ��������� ..       ^ f. a  o/l  Tells How She Brought  Her  Sick Daughter Baciv to  Health.  <  "My daughter enjoyed a vigorous and  happy childhood," writes Mrs. Eugene  Jardmef, from Shepherd's Point. "Being  an only child, our anxieties were great,  when just at her approach upon womanhood her strength iailed and her mind  became somewhat depressed. Her appetite became*so variable that no effort 1  could make to supply variety and  changes of diet would induce her to  take comfortable meals. I never saw  a girl tire out so quickly���������she had nothing to fall back upon, no resistance at  all. Her natural functions were checked,  and her color was blanched. It looked  like pernicious anaemia until I found  how quickly Ferrozone was building up  her blood. Even the first sign of redness in iier cheeks, and the improved interest she began.to take in things, gave  us courage. This improvement was only  the beginning of good that Ferrozone  started. Jennie's appetite improved, and  her daughter's case proves Ferrozone  the best tonic treatment for growing  girls. It restored Jennie's health when  we were almost in despair, and I hope  mo,xiy other mothers will see their girls  use it. too."  It's from twelve to twenty that every  girl needs iron for her blood���������a bracing  tonic to keep her vitality high���������all she  requires is combined scientifically in  Ferrozone; try it, one or two tablets  with meals; 50e per box, or'The Catairh-  ozene Co., Kingston, Ont.  .    ���������     ���������������������  _ '  *r  i a<rh/nam I 'L !Ufty "������' fUVa.Y* v,lil1 some moth" pro- *  b   tftSiLtLa  I \������'i*t'.ve, t.kirir Ci*ro to plnee.-the 'preventive   espcJai.y   down   the ���������froptyor" t'te ,  vi-ft. on thu upols of'the iWty ih ftft't,  wijyvi'heK-* pc..^ is in.ict  likely to bf.  When   darni'ig   l.irge   ho!"s   in  und r-  v-eliv place .1 p:ic of fine Wt under  -t'-'l  extending a  half inch   i**oh side of t'se  to.T;   herringbone  On.j   .'������������������>   joint   wj1.1i  hnlf the stitf'i on tho \,  '���������' i-i^'i'vi hili^  on the  garment  it������elf.     W.i.^ii   t'i *  jib-  -  Lin^:  is  quite worn out  it mav   !������=  ie-  pluced   by  the   special   ribbing* bold  ut'  mo.=t outfitters.  JVl.T'.rW   KliUVJiiO    llllH     \\ ^1������\    J. J3 txEifllJ  Men's  gloves  should  be meiiflod  with  DR.   BUDIN  *'17PT  TAKING   CENSUS   OF  1   ' F     j, , I  MEXICO.  m  I  U Karats Solid #   ,  Gold Shell Elnfi-a I  A 'eholo*ofoiiaofthon*bsaw*  ' 1S1S  irf;.-������:i.w  .sr,ftt>lf/.i  ���������    '*   ���������* ��������������� *:: 7-  '   '     i."H.������" ������**    .  , WiVr'i'  im ���������Husa'������Mi*svss| -p������������������H������������������-*���������*%'  on, tUomttltr*, wssk  *sim ef ib* II vst. *������&  Mid tDiMNt 4 !>���������*#* *f |������IIW,  K������i,������s.th������mm**-/!! and  KM we will *���������*<! ***,  *Mt������IIOtMef������|||������������fMU>M  .IlUdJM*MB]UMt*,'MUn*l������'  _ ������������* *Ht������ ������*���������������!(������������, MowW*.  mimI  WlU-Mtf'                   ���������"*  ���������*"  1 *^j;        1*^ ���������*W|-Ji������||f4i* (���������#>* I  ���������   '**        B'wsf^t^AA   T*r*K"W������ Sen*E  WiiWissrMWiiikiii mtwm**rtS>iimM<i^      *  .},ltn',\i " \.li-  Ay*-**, WMVpaiii, tht MlU ajia (s**f  Ws ������*��������� V ���������"# *w������y t������ iMtittrmrs ������  ��������� apt set* aad-*��������� -siSS^mXwUsy**'  Presldont, Dlau   and   Other   Men    of  Prominence Will Help in tho Work.  Tho. central committee on , cenBUS  work ap-pointed by' the local authorities to draw plans for tho talcing of  tho census in tho Federal district has  completed arrangements for, making  an accurate estimate of tho inhabitants of tho capital , and outlying,  towns and has decided to ' appoint  prominont persons in every town to  take down tho names ,of 'residents  personally to procludo tlio possibility  of any names being left off the lists.  In former;...yoan it ..has.- boon tbo ,ox-  perionco of oahsiin takcrls ifila't "a'lti*rge  majbrityv bf tho; natives refused' |6 - |WV������  tho names of all tho meihbers of their  household for foar that thoy might  bo rooruited in tho army. Tho AGov-  orntnoht has dooidod to appoint prominont porsons as . census taker0V1 jit order that tho actual number of Jnhabl-  tanto of tho ropublic may bo;;86ourdd  within,u closo margin of occuraoy.y,  Preoidont Diaz will porsonnlly take,  tho; oonaus of iho blocjt' on tho .north  aid* of Oallo do OadoAC '-whord ho  lives;  mombora v of thci Oab-Jnot will  p������rform''a similar diityi in their ro-  nnootlvA; nof-ffhbbrhoods j ,' tho ', Awh-  bishop of Mexico will tako tho census,  of population in his own quurtoro and  an effort 'will ^o;; madox\& haye nil,  prominontAoitlxonfl'yaooopt: tltd oppolnt������i  mont for thoir nbighborhooelfl , generally in Vordor ,ythat ��������� oo^fidontjo >]Uay bo,  Inspired'arttonflf tho natlvoa and tlio  figureoImaybo as iioourato as pos-  aible.'".,....  But' In intorlor Mexico 'tin uphill  task���������; In In,1 ������rtoro for tho authorftlos,  no tho majority is bont upon thwart-,  ino; tho oonoiitt work, being formed of  illiterate peons and , farm laboron**  who aro still afraid < p! compulsory.  tnIHt������iry norvlco.^-From tho Moxicon  Horald.  ;. ���������r;''l''';::(;i;^TS,'o^gr^^^     ���������",  ''.'���������" (T<ouisvill������'CAnn*Fr-Joiirnnl,)  #&it uud ,*- U00& bu������ln������*������, bnii lit lost  tt.**':*.,-;.-':'-.-   " ���������:'������������������:v. ���������. ������������������  "Bid ho drlnlcr"  "Noj but h������ wsa too busy hslnff a  promtwmt cltl������*it to attend to anything  ' II Is iBritMJSjilbls ioTmskii     a rteord  ivltliout hroakiwg an.old one.  *. ..���������������.*y������?,   4 .;������F>lnlfi������ ���������..j������-J.������*fcl|^ u^ ���������������.< . 1 w������j ��������� f> *���������. ..������w'-������l.y->i ,.ll������ ,',' ���������  Honored   by   France   for   Saving  the  Lives of 5,000 Babies.  This one man saved the lives of 5,000  babies in Paris, France, alone during  1908. ThenAhe*died. Though dead, it  may. be said that he is still saving  lives, over 2.000 children of Paris, during the first five months of 1909, owing their lives, to him.  He said: "To instruct the children  is good, but to instruct cothers is I  the most important of all educational  work, for what's the rise of having  schools for children, when-th������'children  die because of the ignorance of their  mothers?"   '  Prof. Pierre Budin said this; then  he went to work. He inaugurated in  Paris a "school for mothers." Being  a physician himself, ��������� he ' headed 'a  small bodyt of volunteer doctors who  agreed to giv^ part of their time each  week to the cause of saving the lives  of babies���������that is, children 'from birth  to the age of two years. That was ten  -.-ears ago. First there was only one  small bureau. Here,, each *day,'two  cr three practitioners (the doctors  taking turn about) had "office jholire;'*  and mothers^werei invited to bring their  babies for examination and treatment.'  They came 1 in droves., Infants wero  weighed, their little ailments wers  diagnosed'and remedies prescribed..  Bui that was only a veiy small part  of the-work. ' '* *-  While babies were cared for in" this  manner, the mothers were 'instructed  in the art of caring for thei;,.- own.  When baby acted in this way, it  meant so and so. When it had colic,  do thiB or that. Hold baby in this  manner;'never the other way.** Feed  it on this food or that. , Take it out  in'the open. In fact/ mothers"woro  taught the thousands and ono, little  details of the proper care for babies.  ^ This .openedyup another channel^ for1  doing   good.    Proper   food   beiug   half  the battle' with babies, 'and milk being the principal commodity of food,  puro milk was urged' as an absolute  necessity for the littlo ones.' j . % ���������  ' In ten years the death rate of babies  between the ages mentioned has' dropped from about 10,000 per year to not  more than'5,000.     '' ������������������������      <fW<  Tho mothers' schools are now in all  the principal cities of France, and in  every instance the result has-been  nil ot I: the' ratio shown by tho Pairis  f lgurea.           ' ���������   "  A monument is now   building   in  Taris to tha memory of Dr.  Budln,  Ex-President Loubet, Dr.  Henri    de  Rothschild   and  other  notables  lenders in, tho movement. 1 ,  number forty cotton drawn across a  piece of beeswax. Be sure to finish r.ff  tho ends carefully. ���������     *   V,  Lastly, do all these things in time;  don't wait to h������ve your attention called to them. He doesn't want to be reminded before * started out to' 'business,  and your business, equally important, if  not so well defined, lies in just these  little- thingB, which make all the difference between a comfortable, 'happy man  and a neglected one.  THF SONG OF-THE NIGHT FLYEB.  I own the lightning o'f the storm, the  thunder of its roar. ,  My eye a blazing meteor is, and sees  what lies 'before. i  I carry a volcanic flame within my bowels of steel. -      ������-'.-.-'���������.  A pent-up majesty of might within my  breast I feel,  I do not stop to eat or drink; I do these  as I go;  In lakes whose bottoms and sides are  iron I quench'my thirst below.  With mouth aflame I seize my food and  roar with savage glee  When it is quality number, one, for then  '   v      it just suits me.  When I am fed a glory red I throw up-  \oa the sky;  And on my cloud, white as a shroud. I  see that glory die.  I glare   upon  strong   strands   of  steel,  *, from them I echoes wring,  And "proud are they to be my ' slaves  and own me as their king.  Bright   signals   fall   before my glance,-'  they feel its mighty power.  And the stars fade out and slink away  behind my meteor shower.  My guards stand'all along the line in  uniforms of -blue- #J , ,  And green and white and bloodied light  to see me safely through.  I carry the power'of light" and death;  ,1'm a god of- weal,and .woe,     ,,  As o'er the blazing lines* of steel "bmni������j  potent 1 go.,,  ^     ' t,;,   ..   .   ���������.      (]  I leap  within deepJ caverns* dark*1, that  man has made of me. ,-'   '��������� ,i.  And the  earth' a-tremble quakes *with  rfe3,r as my midnight ravelry. -    -.  I'shoot from the bores of tunnels'gluts'  >   , t like a shot from a mighty-gun,-  .  And my aim is true as I fly to greet the  first beam of the sun.".1 , A '  ' <  And old-Father 1 Time keeps close to me  1  with "every* turn of wheel,- l " ' -  As I fly .and thunder, o'er my course;  I'm a thoroughbred in' steel.  ������������������Jobh> Clouston/  drmm)  UlUl/U  ���������J������J  !5 BAD BLOOD  - ,w  How to Get NeW Healtb aad New  Strength in the Spring;  Even the most*"robust fih'd't^winter  months trying on their, health. .Confinement indoors ih often over-heated' and  neiufly. olwajre" badly ventUa*J^d*xootms���������r  in the home, the office, Hie shops fiJOd  the soliool~tax������s the'vitality������of 1>even  the strongest,, The blood becomes, thin  and watery, or clogged wi-ft'hn'purities.  Sometimes you get up. in the-morning  just aa tired au when you wont to bed-  Some people ���������' 'have* henddches >:>ridV a-  foeling of, languor; others ;are jlow splr^  ited and nervous; fetiu oth^re* havo'plni-  plog and skin eruption^. -��������� .These ^rf all  spring symptoms that .the blood is out  ,of" order. Many people nwh to puVgai  tlve medicines h*. tho ������prjrig.(/,Tlda ><���������������  mistake. You can't' cure* theso' troubles,  with a medicine that gallops, [through  your system, and Is Bure to leave yon  weaker ��������� still."' What yod nee<I"to-*jIvd  you. .health and strength in the spring  'are  Is a tonic modicinb, and tho' one alwaya  *������-  Mending Men's Olothco.   '  (Mary Evans.) ' >  Lots of little things may bo dona,to  make a man's garments last longer and  look better than if he has no womankind to caro'for him and his wardrobe.  A man's clothes aro expensive and usually well made, but tho best tailoring In  thia world can't' prev'ent buttons coming  off or coats wearing shiny at the soanris.  ! \ Now,, eVcr.v man hns..a theory,|about,  'tlie way a button should' bo sewn 'on'.'  Ho known it should havo a "neck,",and  : hpthing will porsuado him that his wo*  . nm 11 folk share  thia knowledge.    He ia  ; thoreforo firmly  convinced  that  If ho  *aowcd the buttons oh they would'novor  cohii off.   Ho wouldnft'boHovo Jt If you  told him that tho fault lay not in bralt*  \tlng to givo tho button a "nock,"rbut In  inoglcbtlng'to finish it off properly iafter  r the neck liad been twisted. At least half  a doj-on firm stltohbs, are neodod to do  thin well.     ������������������'.'...-;���������.   ..,,.;-,,...  ��������� It grousers fray at tne edgo and It Is  ���������ncc.ooBn.ry to turn up a slightly dooper  hem, open the hem out all around, brush  It nnd soap It on tho wrong sldo, This  makes It set well, giving it a firm Ironed  . npi-aranep, ;��������� Of course,, It Is. nooessnry  "n'ftf'r blip stitching-'tho''' hem tov press  on tbii wrrtng nldn with a damp'cloth b������-  tweon tho cloth and tho Irony, y  COLD TEA FOU BLACK SUITS.  Shiny soams and shoulders must, bo  npnngcd gently with warm Vvjratbit1 to  which a little ammonia hns been added.  SpobflfI������?ff with cold tea Ml! do wowders  toward rosforlng. a b!tt,ik suit,. .Inking  the,Mams, Js a time honored method  which '' cannot'be robommohdiitl, ns the  Ink is apt to leave stains and notlottabto  murkii,',' ���������'������������������.': a ��������� "A:'*,  When putting away olotlion brush  thom thoroughly and bang them out lit  ths sun for eight hours. Repeat tho  brushing nro������������M. Tlio nbjoot of oxpos*  Injt thtm io the Jiunllght Is to eatiso any  moth sggs, inthe fnhrlc to hatch, and  tbfn ' ibiy ?*'"*r',7 ���������*n!-*l-*!V*T������ ere eft*!!*?  dUlodtf������tS' by* thd: hmohA brrishlhcr. TTav.  ln*t done thlti, pur. the milt, or whatever  reliable F.tonlq and blood-builder-10,Dr.  Williams' Pink fills.    These pllb not,  ���������only1 banish 'spring    Ilty but >> guiwt  against .the moro serious ailments that  follow,' such aa anaemia, necvona' 'de*'  lilllty,   Indigestion,   f rheumatism;/>. and  otlier diseoece due to bad, blood.'    Dr.' ���������  Williams' Pink I*Ills actually make rt*tv^   , .  rich blood, whioh  , strengthens ��������� every.   ,  nerve, every organ and' evtry' parr 'of  tho body., Try .this medicine, this spring  and you, will; have strength and energjr/vAv'  to resist thb torrid'heat ot"t3ie;obmlnflp Ay  -.summer. ���������:.''w-y,''iy;. '��������� ���������-..,., ..y-ivj'-.',.,. i, 'Xy'"'AXXx ''���������'*<''  Mr. Geo/W. Johneon, Henifohl, w. fi(.,  enyiM.vfAi' ^HP1*?*. ������fif$W*; ^Cf^^en tfy A:  camo  homo  from a  lumbering    camp ��������� ��������� '  where I hnd bcehf employed:iiSiyttifl&oi&;  was Jn siidi a.condiWon thatywy^ whole,  body broke out lii bolla^���������iiomc six or  ; eight In a ��������� neat. ���������. > Tlt������wo v ������rei*������; ������o j ifffirtf**|' *!  that I 'VwU'.'ConWied'.'.'lb''ih4i>';homo and  v  for tht*������ montlw'i wan*treatodr;' 1-^,'ray/.  family dootor.   Ijgot noi,bot-^wi .-in fabfc ;  the sores began1 to cat* Into Vny ffloshi  and at: time* \wcro > so offensive - tliat x  refused to sit at tho table with my fam.  Uy.'-.',*', AI friend o*k<?d; mo ono dny why; 1:  did not glvor Dr, William*'' Wnk Pills  a '��������� trial, end decided to do' so:; I- got  six boxes and before they wero,all gone,  the sores began to ditmppt'af and iny  Bystem was muoh ������trcngth<yn������<l.     loon-'  tlnued using the pills until I hod taken  twelve >bwt������i, when nvery iKdl and sore  hod dl������*,Pf>������sjr<jd, ayd I haye.. since,.wit,  Joy������'d ihe very Wfc oi iuuUh.",  Sold by inl! lhodloliio dealer* or ' by  mall at 60 cents a1 box orili 1k>x������s for  $2.50 from TW Dr.' WilUams Medicine  CJo., Brockvlllo, Ont. ,   y  ,-.,���������,���������;���������.!���������-.,; i.',.v,V.-,,.-;.. -  -��������� ���������,-,.,.,,,   .",.:���������;,>,'������ ,^,?r:..>,���������i'.i'*,':,|.,,-.:i  WONDEllFUIi OAVEnW,      y  .;.'  -.-.���������./.. (Chlcsgo Nows.) ���������������-,-..li.-.y/^.i ���������. -  . "That cavern seems 'to''( be popnI**r  with the woman visitors," remark*! t������#  6t������6iig������r.  "Y������������," re������pondo<l the guldo. "Is haa.  #ueh % wondtrful echo. Every onoe in a,  whllo on* of tho women ofands ��������������������� #'  ladfo ofjrook and shouts: ������Is my hat'o������'  ���������tralghtf"?    --. -,--.yy: i,A! hi,uynl-:  *'Y#s,' tho eoho' hniwtni 'It 'Is'.V tnailU/,  am; it Isl"'"  y :',*'' ..���������*���������������������������;>*',���������'*!���������:*������������������%���������. THE CANADIAN B  OF. COMMERCE  VTTr'  TOBAD  OFFICE, TORONTO  ESTABLISHED 1867  tfHK   CS.fc&TON S.KVIBW  B. B. WALKER, President  ; aX.SXAH*D������������ LAIRD, General Manager  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Reserve Fund,  -   6,000,000  Bitches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England  Wild Rose Lodge No. 39  KNIGHTS  OF  PYTHIAS  Crestou, S. C.  Meets every o her Monday from June 20  to October 4 at b o.ni. in Speers' Hall.  Geo. Broderick, O. O.  E. Jensen, K. of R. Ss S.  R. S. Bevan, M. of F.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  [A.    C.   BOWNKSbj  AAiiaivm/  ���������uuurainT  DiJCI W]T^<>  Kverv. facility afforded to farmers and  DUgillt.OJ       others for the transaction of their  banking* business.     Sales notes will be cashed -or-taken for collection.  li A nl iff i N G,   RY   RJSAM     Accounts may be opened  by mail   ai  aA^PvlTilj   1ST    IftrtJL:-   moaiesdepositc'U or withdrawn in tl  ���������way with equal facility. 122  PERCY B. FOWIiBR, MANAGER ORESTON BRANCH  I  Wholesale Wine and Spirit  l^T Ayoil sLffi t  Cranbrook  B.C.  aver Strike You 2  That it's easier to prevent backache  by having a  AT   P  Planet Junior Seeder  Thau to pay for Drugs to cure what you needn't have  QET ONE  0\7I}I^>Q   HARNESS  AND  "        "       IMPLEMENT  STORE  ���������a. )^dr)j������>^&%&>  The Creston ;-<af9gg������fe'. ^Revie^P  Fsbl&hed svesy   *Fridsy_at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Creston Pub-  lialtiagOo., at their office/Fleet Street, Oreston.  J. K. Jobuson   -   Manager. Ralph G. Sckutox  *  I  J^|#i  Editor.  Subscription, $3 00 a year, in advance.  80-Day Notices, $5; 60, $7.50; 90, $10  The Review ia the acknowledged advertising medium of the Croston valley, cir-  oalafting in over one thousand homes throughout the Creston district, uur  oolumns are open to correspondents on live questions of local interest. v^on"  tribntions mnut be brief, -written on one side of the paper only and signed, not  neoeMariiy forVpnbiicatioa, but as evidene* of good faith. We invite ������nPP���������������  ia onr end������avours to increase the usefulness of the Review by bringing m yoi������  advertisements, subscriptions and news. Complaints from subscribers as to  non-rooeipt of paper will be promptly attended to. Address all cominumca-  tioErj te 4h������ ediftor.  . With reference to Mr. T. M. Edmondsoii's letter on the  sewerage bylaw meeting, the following are the facts of the  case:  . ist. Mr. Edmondson states that it was a Board of Trade  meeting, -which is not correct. The meeting was called by  the Board of Trade, but at the commencement of proceedings  $he secretary of the Board of Trade turned the meeting over  to the public and it became a public meeting.  2nd. Mr. Edmondson takes exest/tien to the chairman  XMr. Okell) and the secretary (Mr. Fowler) to act in these  capacities. They were both elected by the public meeting  to fill these positions, altogether outside and apart from their  connection with the Board of Trade, and Mr. Edmondson  did not dissent from their election when their names were  ���������proposed at the meeting, although he had ample opportunity  ito do so. x~'~'-  3rd. Tbat Mri ARodg^rs i$van alien has nothing to do with  the matter! He ?s a property holder and a taxpayer both in  the townsite and district and has therefore fully as much  right to vote with regard to anything affecting his property  -as any one.present at the meeting.  4th. Mr. Edmondson read the Municipal Clauses Act at  length, but he was not backed up at the close of the reading  by a single person in the hall.  In the first place let it be admitted that Mr.  Edmondson  is entitled to his views on the sewerage matter.   Why should  lie attempt to throw discredit on the Board of Trade for their  action in the matter ?    Had not the Board of Trade, which  is a legally chartered institution, the right to  call a  public  meeting to discuss any public issue, and when this meeting  was called, did not the secretary of the Board of Trade after  the meeting had been called to order, state that the  meeting  was then turned over to the   public,   the   Board   of Trade,  figureatively speaking, dropping out of it altogether.  I  As to what disposition at this meeting was  made   of   the  sewerage question, remains with the public aud not with the  Board of Trade.   Again, in Mr. Edmondson's   personal   at,  tack on the president and secretary of the Board   of   Trade,  candidly, we don't think he was speaking seriously, for any  one that knows President Rodgers or Secretary Fowler know  that they while either acting in their private or public capacity are always foremost in promottng the welfare of the  Creston district, either by giving up their valuable time or  by financial aid.   The Creston Board of Trade is an organization that any town many times the size of Creston should  be proud of.    Through the energy and united efforts of the  Creston Board of Trade the Creston district is now receiving  a most systematic form  of advertising,  such  as   would do  credit to any district, and through the influence of which,  men like Mr. Edmondson are enabled to secure high prices  for their land, should they desire to sell.   By speaking in a  disparaging way ofthe Board of Trade iu the way Mr. Edmondson has done, he is trying to "Kill the goose that lays  the golden egg."  LIQUID OZONE  Is a Germ Destroyer and a preventative against fever.    Put up in 5oc.  and $i.oo Bottles  % ���������***  NEW BOOKS  6o New Copyright Books   selling at 75c. each  Creston Hotel  C*TTTLTT\ A %T  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  I      I  !-  and  *'  We are open 12:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m  8:30 p.m. to 9 p.m,  For the sale of'MEDICINES ONLY  Ireston Drug & Book Co.  W. A, McBEAN, Manager  Our   Guests  Call  c/Sgain  *  OU will make " no mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. W������  study the comfort of our guests:  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  ������*f  '^^  ������  Moran & cMead - - Props.  \^^^^^^^^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  The Pipe of Peace  was so called because of the soothing effect of a smoke of good tobacco. If you would enjoy the  effect to the fullest, try any one  of the tasty brands of our large  assortment of  Smoking Tobacco  which is made of "better tobacco  than was ever smoked by the In-  diats.' Come right in when you  are round oar way and smoke a  pipe-with us. Find out? the brand  you like best.  n  ns **nmnr^nr3irrrinrra"^^^ **r& syvs r*nrffT5T������Tnnnr v**  We are Agents for McLaughlin        -       ijj  Democrats, Buggies, Wagons, etc. j  You Save Money by consulting us before |  Rnving Elsewhere.       EasvTer'Ps ������3  reston Wine & Spirit Oo,  S. POOLE  Prop.  CRESTON ������  5itWin-WTiwii.tmTiiMm������i<i������tfc*a  KOOTENAY LAND DISTRICT���������District o t  West Kootenay.  Take Notice that Clayton C. Wrlcbt, of Fernie, B.C., Jeweller, Intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following doscrfbed  lands: Commencing at a pout planted oh tbe  south side of tbe B.C.SoutiiernKnilway'srlght  or way, about one and one half miles, in a  westerly direction from tbe northwest corner  of Lot SDK*, Group 1. Kootenay, thenice^est 80  chains, thence south 80 chains, thonce east 80  chains, thence north SO chains, to point of  commencement, containing 640 acres, more or  less.  Dated March 4th, 1910.  CLAYTON C. WRIGHT  FHM'IIU*8*���������  Some of tho people of this place are laboring under a r-orionn mintaltowhen thoy  eonflct a man's several oallings. For Instnnoo, the manoRor of thia papor hnn  three different individualities: Frat oomen tho private, noxt thnt ot nowspapor  editor, whilo last ia that of magistrate. Now somo people nro foolish enough, if  thoy aro not pleased wiih a decision iu tho poltoo court, to at onoe oauool thoir  subscription to the newspaper; also if thoy don't liko an article iu tho nowspapor,  they at onoe show a personal dislike to thn editor. This utato of things is laugh  ablo tn the extreme, as it displays such, a crude utato of mental condition. Now  as a mutter of fact, the editor ls ouo person and looks at things from a nowspapor  -t-f^po'nt- th* mftifUtratft is another person and looks at things according to law  mid evidence, while the private capacity is different froui either of tho other two,  As will bo seen on the front page of this paoer, there will bo no celebration on  'Vlatarla t>������y In Oreston. That Oreston should follow tho example of larger  ���������towns In this respect is only right; besides this, surely it Is moro boooming for  ���������any community Co 1orego tbcao r^-^irts tiU somo lot������r dato rather than hold thom  ������*>i*^#it'ti^f*iy 1* *ry IIH* ^twtfri if* tutf huloysd iriwi*.  KOOTENAY LAND  DISTRICT���������District  ol  West Kootenay,  Talco Notice tbat Alexander A. Gillespie, of  Pernio, B,<.\, real ostato auent, Intendu to apply ftir permission to purchase the following  doacrlbodjlands:  Commoncluc at a post planted at. the south  side of tho B C. Southern Railway right of  way, about one and ono-balf miles in a westerly direction from tbo northwest cornor of  Lot 0008, Group 1, Kootenay, thence south 10  chains, thonoo east 10 chains, thenco north lo  chains, to B.C. Southern Hallway's riRht of  way, thonoo west 10 chains, along said right,  of way to point of commencement, containing go aores more or less, .  . Dated March 4th, 1010,  ALJJ-JCANDEUA. GlbLKSMlfi  FOR SALE OR , RENT���������A Ave-  roomed houso oh Vloborla nvonuc-r-Ap-  ply to Jas. Adlard.  WANTBD--Girl for general house  work. Modern houso and nmall family;  wages $213 a month.���������Address Mrs. Ross-  otor, Box 87,' Oranbrook.  AA*/>^V/Wii/WVW������VA^^  Fine Cigars and  Cigarettes  ALWAYS ON  HAND.  mUSoitte  CRANBROOK  - B.C.  The  Funeral Director  I  A. MIRABBLLI  THE    CRESTON   SHOEMAKER  Best Workmanship  Boots and Shoes made to Order  A Speciality  Say, Johnnie, can you tell  me Ttohere I can hire a Good  Saddle Pony}  Sure!   Try the  All the Latest in Hats, *  Flowers, Ribbons avnclyy  Veilings, Ladies'   and  yCliildren's Sailors  A fine assortment of Ladies,'  Waists, from $l. Infants'  Silk Bonnets;etc., etc,     ',;  Mrs, M. YOpNQ  ���������������������������: Fourth Street, Creston, B.C.  mmmmmmmmmummmm n n iwii"'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������'  1 ������=*s  -I   n _ i!  dpioea Koiis!  piced Rolls!!  i  Pool Room, Billiards  - and -  Barber Shop  BATHS  Both Hot and Cold  Mthe . .  Torisoriat Parlor, Fourth St  fyi./iFA/Vi^/V������AAAA^^ AAAA*A**A*AA������  OF INTBKBSr- TO FRVIT GROWERS  THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have Inspectedi tho Nursery Stoejc  grown by the Riverside Numry, Qtmd, Fork*, B.O, und found no  infectious diseases. ���������..���������,���������  The stook is well grown and of excellent quality. ��������� ���������        ��������� W_AW  00th September, 1000. M. S. MIDDLICTON,    .  ' Awrifttent Provincial HnrHcnltnrlst.  M%^%^W**W^#w������i������s#S^*M������*i^  WAtSS&ok ^KS0N- &!5i^^  It's the, BEST IN VOWN.  There*s a Good Dray and  Transfer in connections Also  Green and Dry Wood*  Cameron Bros.  mdPRI^TORS  ���������H> ill ���������WW!������ i|������mn������'li' Il'i'imi' ���������"��������� >'  We fiknte a. fresh supply of  SPICED  AJ^QLLS  Theso are Bouelnon nnd tnko tho  plnceof Hani or Bacon nt a Low  Price that will surpriHO yoa.  Fresh Beef, Pork  Veal and Mutton  Fresh and Smoked Fish  Of AU Kinds a'XA '  P. BURNS & Co.  V .      -..', "-Vyi  'y''*'BtCiV:  Limited  CRESTON  Stat^ & Co.  Wholeeslo       '  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  tienei'H.1 ConiniUnion MoiolmnU  NELSON       -        B.C.  &*%**>%**%,<%***%&%'  On Sirdar i^ychuc  JFtcsb Bveaib -an*  Boston Baked Senns ano  Oftdfttft^ic JSvery S&tttrdsy.  , j Mrs,U'MWIi Pcqp  ���������^'���������^r^^.^W^^^  "���������^r^1'';  tinsmith  Plumber  T^vtvare  '���������-xYStovei  Hot Air anrf jHW  Op���������Ctmt^ "'!":< .'.''.'i!'JX'.'.:  ' '     '..      "''* ,'������������������������������������ ������������������ -'.'f'i >''.'.-'" ' '  mmmmmmmammmwmm  ��������� n  imi - i"   f,  > ���������}*���������  t&E CRESTON REVIEW  \ w w  :-yyyAV.-'y^^g|||||g||^^  X: XxXAAxXAmA^^^^  l  ," -, ���������:;.:-'-; ry t- ���������: _<���������y -* A-. XsAA~. ;-&?a������^&?.^^������}  F/ftp not J3#j) mem <where there is the Most Money to be made  tstpict  *  r  tS i  *he  T*iW������l,ViiTl>'ri?rBP3  TI/jyVLj fHn*   T and  re   lii^i   *^   drnnrl   rtffr  Climate Cannot be Beaten,  and <uje are       j  24 hditrs cNgarer the Market :   :   :   :  Isn't*that evidence enough that Creston District  Is the place to buy Fruit Lands?  We have 8,700 acres In our tract* and we are sub-dividing  it into io������acre Lots.  Our Price is $100 an acre  Terms $200 Cash, balance in five equal annual payments  with interest at 6 per cent, per annum  jfl  iv ������  The Roikvav I^n^ilthmaah  uses������ sj-rc&are Lands are also connectedyby:;'fi'eleph0n^wfithyACr^O!n  !  A  ���������  Within the Last Year we i|i^^  Out of tite!^^  Our Land is ^^^^^^^B  ���������v,\.r:-  For FnntyxGrGUUk  ���������4mm  X'-iAAV'  it'yi<rAt'yrfi^i:..yA'yy?  &'mw*(:  $$^y&k<^&XyY&&  >' y-y: AAyyp:iyyy'^^AY^--i''iAy^y:^:AX'":A:Xyy:yx.yXY'^.X \'yyyy-yyyy������������y'y'y;w  Zl\yy&\iW:.<s^  "v^c-;)^T; fi'yr'y- '"*^?^'������*'\T^.' ;''^H~V ��������� 7-' i^y^,'i^y/^'.lTyA^.v ^���������;i-,*?T';.' .^^T^T; v.'.^*?'''.:--^'^.- ��������� ^^Xi^f^ ^^"l^^-'-^^^^M"^''-^ .V-?/';  By "  Using  ** T*T?T?T?T?s*>nrTfr\'$jrr  You will know what " i~Xii\Jr������iOijksiy  Means in PRESERVES.  "KOOTENAY" Jams are made Only by  The Kootenay Jam Co. Ltd.  NELSON, B.C.  P  ,<**V*h/SV*-v--|^'-'B>^^  McPEAK'S Store of Plenty |  iVELSON LAND DISTRICT-District of  ,'K - - ,r Kootenay.1^ , ,  Take notice that we, Charles Moore, of Creston; B.C., occupation surveyor, George Alexander Macdonttfd Young, of Creston, B.C.������  occupation, agent, and James Thomas Burgess, of Kitchener, .B.C.,* occupation, agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands:  Commencing at a oast t>1 anted on the soutn-  crly   houbdary  of" the- British   Columbia  A&ff&X&iXtfi  .S*5M:-.-<fc.S!fe:  y^  Southern Railway Co.'s right of,way opposite  the63-inile post, tbence south 40 eho Ins,thence  westy20 chains, thence north 20 chains, tbence  ''rAr<i now left in which you will be able to secure  ' ' ^the wonderful bargains we are offering at our  earance Sale  ���������    ' 'O.  westE 80 chains, thence, north 20 chains,  thence west 60 chains, more or leas, to the  easterly boundary ofthe townsite of Kitchener, B.C., thence north io tha rlvht of wav of  tho British Columbia Southern JEtallway'Co.,  thence easterly along said right of way to the  place of beginning, and containing 800 acres,  more or lesB. . < -    ,  Dated April 10th, 1010.  ,   CHAS. MOORE  1    G. A. M. YOUNG  J. T. BURGESS  G. A. M, YOONG, Agont  Notices of Application for ', Renewal  of Liquor Licenses   <  Take Notice that I, A. .North, of Sirdar, B.O  intend upplylng to tho Buporlntondont of  Provincial Pollco at Victoria, at the expiration of ono month from the date hereof, for  the renewal of the retail liquor llcanse held  by me for tbo premises known as the iBlrdar  Hotel, situated at Blrdar. B.C.   ,  Dated at Sirdar, B.C., May Otb, I^0jR.rH  ���������rake Notlco that I, W. Hall, ofiMrlekson  >.C intend applying to tbe Superintendent  bf Provincial rolico at Victoria, at tbe expiration of one month nrom the dato hereof, for  ���������'���������it  ;prasp tlie b^poittiftity arid Save Money while  a. ',:..'"''^ji.'-'ivi"--!'.-.:;-?^���������;:'���������'���������'".;^ott\r.lriatv*e:--'.iiie..^-Oliaticeji,���������   ''���������'".'"������������������'���������'��������� a:';.[')  .a.'xirgrt^y.rryiggjxsi  s^aaagi  ajra  *mffmutfiim  immittmwmf^.  BoiuK over stilted in tho Mb^^  , days, and sayo you oowiJldcrablo monoy t:0 tiny wy'irfiy^ '��������� ;:*.y'; y A ;  ���������?;;:'i'CuipboW  ��������������������������� -'Extension ''iTabies,' Dressers���������.^ndvConimodes,. ;  ������������������������������������;-:Aiisbv5t6V.esiarid''E  Sprlrigsi ChUd'������ Cribs and Go-Carts������ Couches,  y'v s..,-.wBlanfc^ ,...  tern, that is, tbe defeated drop out. each  week, until finally, only two teams are  left to play off the final. -This final^ame  takes place at the Crystal "Palace,  Lon-  UU11,   UB    UOAJJFg    IFAiO   ICH^UOFF   HFUU      ������AXWMU      VWME  tralin tho kingdom.'" This yeprtwo  North of England teams were left in the  final game���������Barnsley and Newcastle���������  ail the Southern and Midland teams  having been beaten earlier in the com:  petition. Barnsley Ib a email Yorkshire  oolliery town, a typical West Aiding  coal miner's home. Newcastle, of conrse|  is tho big Tynesido ship-building and sea  port. .,-"''  For days before tho great ovont tho  two contesting towns were football mad;  in Barnsley especially, a small place to  be represented in the final stage of the  big competition, and whose team was a  purely local aggregation of young fellows who, though of course, paid for  playing, still had grown up and learned  thoir game with the. local olub, the interest rose to fever pitch. Tha day boforo tho matoh coal pits, briok -works  and bobbin mills closed down, shops and  Btreets woro deeertod, and by a eooro of  special trains tho grimy men of Barnsley  travelled in thoir thouflanda up to Loudon to ���������witness iri percouj, ao they . all  hoped, the vibtory of tho looal team. An  equally strong contingent camo from  Newcastle, and with thorough.north-    Tal������0 Not<oil Ulilt x, w, nun���������, of Creston.  em speech and strange appearance, tho ������/&0^^^  mon of Yorlwhlro and Tynosldo oould ������loL������i������ftliL'S!^JiW^SS^%P1-0'���������|ftr  :-v''f*?s%*^*'^  '' ''''r'i'i'-'-' ���������'-".���������'���������'���������>a-*' -'��������� ^|i| --1 -'jimi r'-'rW "'ii'"' "���������'���������"i~'-'s'':^  j,.������ jB ,sy.������l^M*y* ���������"*,4.-i-\^*:'/i| 'J?i*. f^-.W;1**^  :v:-.-':':M������am������MiMHMMnFH>   yy-'-' A       'AyAyYyl'XjyY^'O'.  :^i>������!::  ��������� -���������'   .    ��������� ��������� .':''.^*-.'i'.'i;j"Ky.>*<-'j- ,-'��������� -'''��������� - X. .:'���������.:. . ..'  .     i ^.^.^^ .��������� -v ,"*". ^; .���������  ��������� DoorSv|||i|||i^  !?oug^v;^^J:I)ressed Lumber. :xxpy:  B.C., intend applying to tbe Superintendent  li'Olfcoaf '  tion or one month ftrom, um u������������ imnwii iyr  tbe renewal or tbo retail llduof lloonso hold  by me for tho promises known as tlm Eriokson  tfotel, situated at Erloluon, B.O.  Dated at ISrlckBon, B O^Ma^Mb, m^  Take Notice tbat 1.3,Marshall, or Kltebon-  er, B.C.. Intend applying to the Superintendent or ProvincialVolioe at Vlctorla.-atthe ox-  {iimtlon of ono' month from tho date hereof,  or tho renewal ot tho retail liquor lloanso hold  by mo for thepreiiiisesknowua*. tlio War shall  Hotel,sltuatodatKltehenor.B.Oy. y^jv  Dated at Kitcbenor, B.C., May Otb, 101a,  ..������������������v...-...',j ,.,-., J.-MARSHAL!*.  Tynosldo  easily ho picked out as they wont about  onjoylug tlio flights of tbo groat motrop-  'OllB.   y :'V V-'-'--'"'..'^:  (To bo oobtlnued)  tbo promises known as the Burton Hotel, sit-  uatod at Crouton, B.O. _ __    ���������..,���������������.  ������atoa at Croston, U.O., May 6th, jivio,: .  A-,'.:       "A   WM.UUETON  and Futniflld,:  |M^ljllllMII������������WW������������������WWIIS������*WIW'IIW^^  THia moxaJsa ���������'. du������:. wai* ,. ���������.; i  ���������..���������' :,"-.(By B,,G, -StinotoH),������������������;���������:,..��������� '-AX'-  .snimmimiimimi.mil.  m���������nwnwiiwiM  ;;.staudsVBaghwid'wlioro:modldty^WoUr  ���������tod������y;I t^r^-i^^^m^ ^igilshmew  'sian^n^ti-jws^^  ataboufctM*tlwij'fiwr.'to '&&$������������������"*������ .^f  wiiid'tip ct tho football season, and April  2IJrd was onp tie day. ,   v      ���������*  V ImIoUiuII   i* |U(i-t;Jl|]lHlllil^     UlO   WjU|.(44'  giumi lu llrltulu, oHpcditlly ISii^laud, und  VAiswooi'Uion" Ih the load In g oi! tho t������vo  groat'hmnohps of tho game, tho Ewghy  |������rt.m**F"hM������*������5 ihn*nfi������������f*4 to-'Wis^s ������nd thw  iiflrtiL     ' ''"���������'"���������  "'  . i .. .        .  J, R. Grooiifleld, post oflloo inspootar,  with hoadauarteis In Yanoouvor, was  paying an official; visit to Oreston this  week;  Mr, Qroonfleld's territory extends from  the summit of tho Solkirlts to th������ ooriHt  Mr. Greenfield wns fairly dumbfounded  nt tlio rapid gvowth of Orostou.    Whon  h0 was hero a fow years ngo tho business  at.the Post Oflloo was praotlonlly nom-  inol, now tliiugs nro quito different.   Iu  speaking on postal matters tho gonial  post ofllco iiiHpeorw Ht;Ht.i>d that slneoth'o  rates have boon roduood to from ft to fl  ooiitM Hftuifi olevou yc*tr������ ago, strange to  s*y������ tho rovomio of tho Government nm  not diminished at all,   in his AxpoHoiioo  for ovor 00 years lu tho postal department  ho has always found that whon ihlwts  nro arranged to acoommodato tho pnbiio  Take Notice that we, J. B, Moron ana Goo.  Moad.of Oroston, B.C., intend apiylnsr to the  Htiporlntoudont or Provincial *'oHce#ttt_v l������.  toria, at tho expiration of ono month from tbo  datoboroor. for the ronowal oltho retail liquor  lloonso hold hy us for tho promlsos knownias  tho Croston uotel, sltuoted at Croiiton, B.O.  Dfttod at Oreston, l������.0��������� May ������th, 1W0.  J.������. MOHAN  GKO, WMA*D  Take Notlo������ that J, Hidnoy Tools, or  Creston,B.C., intond apnlyliis to the sunorl������������  'tsndent'of 1'rovlnolal Tofloo'at VlotorU, at  tho oxi Iration or on* month from tb������dsi������  hercor, for tlio renewal oftiis wholssnio llqaor  llosnio hold be me ror ths promlsos known as  tho croston Wlno A Hplrlt Co., situated al  Urolton, B.C. ,        ��������� (  Dstud at Crouton, B.C., May AtU, W0  Httmm pooMii  tsu  2X2  tho pnhlto will respond with a more 111),  eml patronsgo orsry time. Tho post  ofttoo ins^ooto-^ spoteo ohoowrsglngly ol  tho Installation of tho rnraldoUvorysys*  Mrs. Murphy lias ju������t  opened a  Clothes Clcainng  Pressing and  Repairing Business  ' i ,-i' .  ��������� 1       ���������    ' ���������        .: , ��������� ' 1 ���������' ���������' \    ' '' ��������� ��������� '  In the Bunt block, and will  guarantee all work entrusted to her.   Many yearr ex-  I  periehce at the work* I  Bring iu your Clothes'    j  torn in, various parts oC ,tll������i������ iSCooUiuay as \       un  soon as unng������ wivrram^dH,,,B(... ..,...,    J*tM*> .���������; *.,:.-���������  'K)^ $A.LK-~A Studohskor wsgon,  Anv������l<* O.   Wlslr,  IM^V-.I  m m   ������ A  ,<;..|I'������w.i*.ur.'IO  Fourteen Rooms now  ready for "Roomers V  in the Baast Block.  AU   are    furnished*  Hot and Cold Baths  PRANK   BAST  Mr. Otis H, Wisler, of Stettlur, Alta,,  who last winter pnrehnsed ten aores of  orchard land frowi 'Jt*. .0. JJioKson,, iias  aold the samo ptwso of land to Mr������ Hook-  ley ot Viuioouvor who will Imptof a tho  land at on������*. Mr, Wisler will arrive in  qr������st(t>n the,uitt������r part ot. this wiwfe, and  WlH m "*l* iiaoiiiiood . piuUMnmu ������*aui-in>i* THE   CRESTON,  B.C.   BEVIEW.  i f<   . ' 1; in  7 x- v. :*i  A LARGER MU.K SUPPLY.      1 Hr-aaiflAA BBTOB. ,*a^������&������ 1  Patrons of cbeese factories and creameries need noi only to see to it that tha  raw material is delivered in the best possible condition, but that a large and  steady supply is furnished. Can any  means be taken to increase the production per cow per acre? The answer to  that query implies a knowledge on the  part of every dairyman as to just what  each cow in his herd can produce. Does  any stable nowadays furnish free quarters and good feed to cows that have no  intention of giving more and tbat have  no possibility of a profitable yield? Is  every dairyman quite certain that each  cow "in his stable "pays?" It is'-.'an excellent plan to moke sure of that vital  point; it is the initial step in successful  dairying, the foundation for building a  profitable herd. The only way to make  sure i3 to keep dairy'records, then it is  sn easy matter to distinguish and dispose of any non-paying guest, and feed  each selected cow up to her full capacity of production. Through a continuous check on the yield of eaeh individual  cow many herd owners have been enabled to increase the average yield by aa  as much as 1,500 and 1,800 pounds of  milk per eow in three years. Forms for  recording weights of niilk, or feed, will  be supplied free on application to the  Dairy Goinmissio&er, Ottawa.���������0. F. W.  A MODERN MEDICINE  FOR YOUNG CHILDREN  No sane mother woirid wish herself  treated under the condition of medicine or curgery of half a century ago.  Why, then, should she give her tender  litlte child the old-fashioned medicines that haye not changed in half a  century, and which more likely  than, not contain poisonous opiates  that Ay will notycure /the child, but  mere (drug V It into y temporary insen-'  eSHSty. Baby's Own Tablets is a  modern- medicine prepared with all  the care and skill of modern medical  science. This medicine cures ail  stomach, bowel, teething and other  ailments of childhood and babyhood.  And the motber has the guarantee of  a government analyst thiat it oon-  tains no opiate or poisonous drug. Sold  . by medicine dealers or by mail at So  cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brp<*kville, Out.  y-y '','."'     # ��������� ��������������� ��������� -���������-  Engineering in  Hospitals.  Practically all the important infirmaries and hospitals is England have  their own el������ctiic ',������������������. generating; stations  and the size of the^ installations, 'says  ths Loadon Tisaes^ "soiiM sarggsa������ tbe  majority of engineers. Hie equipment  has to be designed withV unusual care,  owing to the special conditions which  prevail in hospital work. Even where a  public jropplyy is [available, the use of an  independent system, is justified oa (recount of th������ security which it gi*-*es  against failure of current at a critical  moment. 'Thef installations ars used for  lighting, heating, ventilating, telsphcn-  jiu^.and Ovher..purposes, ssu many -hospitals have.laundries operated eleetric-il-  ly.V One .county asylum has its own, pri*  ���������rate electric railway for conveying sup  PILES CURED if HOME BY  NEW ABSORPTION METHOD  m  Kills Bone Spavfiia  Rich Valley, Alta, May 20th. 1809  '���������I have used your Spavin Cure for a  long time and wou'd not b������ without ��������� *.  Have killed a Bone Spavin by Its use."    I  OWE CARI^OK.       !  That  tells the whole  story.    Aad  hundreds of thousands have had the  same experience in the past 40 years.  For Spavin, Ringbone, Curb,  Splint, Swellings and  all Lameness,  Kendall's Spavin   Cure   cures   the  trouble���������makes the. horse sound and  ���������well���������and saves money for the owner  . because it removes the cuuo of the  ; trouble,   y  Keep a. botUe always at band��������� $1 or 0  for $4. Good for man and beast. Ask  your deader for free copy of bur book  **A Treatise On The Horse" or write us.  _.      .._������������������' -.->���������������������������.y    -  H  BR. a. JI. HENBSUi C*. Eaesnrfwuvyi.'.'  AN AULD SANG,  A single verse of the accompanying  song was published by Sir "Walter Scott,  iu an aarly edition of "Rokeby."  Tins beautiful Bong, he adds In a note  appoa������*s to have been written by Bome  follower cf "The Stuarts." In a later ed-  tlon, In a note also, he gives a copy he  received from Mr. Sheridan, slightly differing: from this one. It was written by  Captain Ogllvle, who fought at the Boyne  with a small Highland contingent and  was killed at the Battle on the Rhino  subsequently. Your Highland readers  may   care  for  a  copy.  CHAS. COOTE GRANT,  Late Col. H. M. S.  Clothes of Artists' Wive?.  *When ths Society ol Aracricaa Artists or the National Academy of Design holds a reception it is always interesting to a sartorial observer to  pick out the women w*hose tmsbands  have designed ^heir costumes.  Some of the wives with artistic hus~  bands plainly ..do not car������ for color  or line and corns out in tho latest  fashions. Then there aro others whose  gowns show evidences of planning in  which tha ;8poiiseV|has had a finger  regarding the tiiit 'of the fabric or the,  wajyii ia faahioaed. A  Some70i"'the women one boos at"  these exhibitions trail about in artistic and soulful robes which look as  though y plucked from an unwilling  Botticelli Vangiel and become slightly  strained in the fray. Very charming  axe-yother of these artistic draperies  even though they lack that perfection  of fiisisb. and triteness which in fashionable life is regarded as the height  of sartorial perfection.���������Prom Brook-  T,������������  - ���������    - .a t m     ���������    ���������.  ANTIENT JACOBITE SONG.  By Captain Ogiivlo.  It was a*  for our rightful king  "We left fair Scotia's strand,  lt was a' for our rightful king  We ere  saw  IrlBh  land.  We ere  saw  Irish  land,  my dear,  We ere saw Irish land.  Now a*   is done that:men could do.  And all is done in vain.  My  love, my native land adieu,   y  .  Since I must cross the main,  A'    For I must cross thei main, my! dear,  '..'.'���������.   35*or I must cross the main. V.  A������ turned   him  round,   and   right  about  Upon the Irish Bhore;  Hi* gave his bridle retnB a  shake.  With  adieu for evermore; .  With adieu for evermore, my  doar.  Adieu  for  evermore. ;:.  The soldier fra*  the war returns.  The merchant fra' the main.     .  But I have parted fra* my love  Ana  ne'er  to meet again;  . And ne'er to meet again, my dear.  And ne'er to meet apraln.  When day is gone, and night Is come, "  And all ars boun' to sleep,  I think on him that's far awa", i  The livelong  night   and   weep.  The   llve-lang  night   and   weep, my  dear, ���������  The llve-lang night and weep. \  If you suffer froni blseding. ItcbJngi  blind or protruding Pllen, send me your  address, and I will tell you how to cure  yourself ot home by ..the new absorption  treatment; and will also send some of  this home treatment free for trial, with  references from your own locality if  requested. Immediate, relief and permanent cure assured. Send no money,  but tell others of this offer. Write today to ��������� Mrs.  M. Bummers, Box P. 8,  Windsor, Ont.  ���������_-.���������+������������       HAPPY THOUGHTS.  Marriage Is called a tie, and men  should bo careful In the selection of their  ties lest they get It In the neck.  When you feel that a pretty girl ia  fishing for you be oareful how you bite.  You may get the hook.  The man who remains a bachelor all  . the daye of hU llfo gets only a half portion at the banquet board of earthly  felicity.  The reason why a great many people  believe that the devil Js not as black as  he I* painted is probably that he is always painted red.  There are no sleeping-cars on the road  to success, and he who triea a special  train must watch out for the switches.        4 >������  NtK������  TO   OUR   READERS.  Write Murine Br* Remedr Co., Gbloato, for  4S-pai������ Illustrated Eye Book Free. Writs all  about Your Wye Trouble and they will advise  at to the Proper. Application of the Murine  Bf* Remedies In Your Special C**c. Vonr  Druggist will tell you tbat Murine Relieves  aore wim, strengthen* Weak Byes, Doesn't  Smart, soothe* Eye pain, and eella for (0o.  Try It 1"������ Your Styes end tn Beby'e By*i for  Maty li-yeltda  aa<t  granulation.  TOE RUB.  (Chicago News.)  The Bach������lor~-rm la a terrible wny.  I am worried no much that sometimes I  don't know my own mind.  The Benedict���������You are lucky, eld chap.  What worrif4 me h that I don't know  my wife's mind,   <������������������������  ���������"���������..  Is**.  HAIR GROWTH AND BEAUTY.  To prevent dry, thin and falling hair,  remoTe dandruff, allay itching and iri-  tation and promote the growth and  beauty of the-hair, frequent shampoos  with Cuticur* Soap and occasional  dressings with Cuticura Ointment are  usually effective when all else fails.  Special and full directions accompany  each pajckjjge of Cuticura, or will be  sent.free on application to the Potter  Drug & Chemical Corporation, Boston,  U. .'.S. A. In the treatment of ecremas,  raabes, itcHngs and chafiugs, for sanative, antiseptic cleansing     of ulcerated  ��������� ^ *���������*' ������ W ������f K ������*���������������#> j4 1- ilinrniw |������������������ ��������� ���������_ tVji   ���������.jt. m ������. ������_ Ji M��������� -wm  urmn^    **M**uM;\a    utuww    otitXSCSo    S.QU.    Xx������7  sH purposes of ihe toilet, Imtli and  ntir*������ryr these pur*, sweet and gentle  eincllients sra absolutely  indispensable.  ^:    The Umbrella Conscience.  An insurance man declares that lie  tried this scheme the other day, and  that it worked. He found himself caught  in a rainstorm and being in too much of  a hurry to wait for it to stop he waa  obliged to acquire an umbrella, right  awsj; ������uick. He pj������-n*ed mider au awning and waited, he says, until somebody  came along who eized up as a man with  a guilty conscience. Theii the inaumn-M  man stepped up to the stranger, saying  abruptly:  "I'll trouble you for my umbrella!"  The stranger stared at him a moment,  handed over, the umbrella and walked  away, muttering a word of apology.  Of course, the insurance, man admits,  the scheme might hot olwuyn work aad  a certain amount of > daaerhninatioa  should be used in the selection of the victim.���������From the Cleveland Plain Dealer.  I Try-this  and  SURE  ^^  *\TH\Q  mmm  ��������� y %$ 0HE������^y������RAVA.t<lt*I*g or goopa*) I  YoudonH h&veto know what your Goods  ar������ mado oE. SAME Dye for ALL��������� No  chance of piUtakes., All colors xo cents from  yeiw Druggist or Dealer. Sample. Card *nd  Booklet Free. The Johnaon-Rlohardaon  Co.. Uiwited.  Dept. J.. Montreal. Que.       ���������  CamphoB1 Ico  FOR CHAPPED SKIN AND UPS;  COLD SORES, WINDBURN.  M Vaseline Remedies in Tabes  OapHeun, Borated, Mentholated, Oarbo*  lated, Camphorated, White Oxide of Kino,''  ���������te. Bach for apeelaS purpogce. Write for.  Proa VaMltae Book.  OHKttlRROUQH MfQ. OO. (Oons*d>  S70 Orals ������t. WM Montreal  inlaklyatofw eougha. ourti ooliii, hoo in  ths  throat mad   \vn&*. ���������   <   -  afi eenta  ������.'������."������������ w������.������������#l   Sooth  Carolina Just Heard  It.  "Don't havo re^ilar Imbltn. You are a  weakling if you do. Tlie reason the city  bovi ware tumbled to endure .the hard-  shipn of war b*tt<*r than the country  J'outlu waa b������ca������������e the latter had regu-  wr bnbita, and it broke them all up to  break thaw."  It !��������� n*edlea������ to say that thia pliiloao-  ptiy tl uamt. mora of the ChlcnRo product. Thia n������w data on the aubjfet of  youth In war la highly ent������rtalnlng hi  flew of th* (fart that but few of tlie  younpf imn In the confederate arml*������  ���������Hurt from tht dtl*������.���������Cbarlaaton News  and Courier,  f������ft���������f euwiro im i ro m oavk  PAST.0 OttrfilKHt (��������� nuarrttttaai! te ettr* aay  tai# of Kct.lnj*, mind, l^leedlaa ������t r/oTnidlai  MAKING IT OUT AN ORDEAI*  (Life.)  City Editor���������One mlnuto, JoneB.  Reporter���������All right.  City Editor���������I don't know whether  It is abucnt'inindednesa on your parti or  nn expreaiton of your views of matrimony, but I'd rather, when you have  occasion to write about, a ./wedding, not  4iave you nay that MU������"Smith 'ahd Mr.  Brown "underwent" a marriage ceremony.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  Take JUAXA.TIVE DROMO Quinine TaMete,  DvuKgleu refund money if It talks to oure. B.  W, OnoVE'fl elanature U on eaoh box,   ~"  ^ 01.  250.  DOTNO HM I1EST.  At the Old Bailey, not long ago, a man  ������landing in the dock awaiting hia trial,  took out a sandwich and commenced eating It  "Put tliat ar/ay, air, at once," eaid the  Judge.  "I'm putting it awny na faat ns I can,"  \vttt������ tho reply of tlie -prisoner, as ho took  another hugo mouthful,  ".'- e> ������'*. .1'     Minard's Liniment Curea Dandruff.   ���������     e������ ���������������   ���������..������������������������-  Intelligent Steam  Pips.  Hob Kootllto (aotor)���������lTallure? I  whould  think it waa.   The whole ploy  wati ruiacd.  Whe���������Oracioual   Iiow waa that?  Jtob Pwi������it������~At the end of tha last  met a eUum pipe bunt and hlaiad ina  of* the atagi-.���������Ixindon Tit-Blta.  ������ mr n   il i   ������ ' iaeH r������ ^rinrriiyTiTy-1"~ i  When V/u Tins Fanj; U not eowvlng; t������  tha United f4i,atea h������ is returning to  tM&m1bmMm*on 'i,Tana������HY>k  ItV^has been discovered by our Depairt-  ment' of ^Agriculture-^;most wonderful  department it is in these days���������and Is  called the leguminotherapy doctrine. Just  howvyinueu A cost I/Sv>6 ������iui iu uire i&  man to figure out this wonderful doctrine will never be known, perhaps, but  %V   1U.U&4F   AW1.VU    UCCU    a.    vaujt    ������mu.,    av*    wI13  conclusions ��������� are not euch as could have  been arrived at in a day. The legu-  minotherapists advocate vegetable instead of meat diets. Now, there are  boiled carrots. They are good for bad  tempers. Too many pot^oes produce  laziness. Green peas make a girl flirtatious. Spinach develops energy and  constancy. ^French string beans develop  the poetic and artistic instinct, which  explains' tha signs -vhicsh indicate the  location    of the    South Water    Street  School  of  Poetry.  o ������ ������ ,  Or- Mome's  BB-������ca5ssara S^e������^*fe ^IBBs  cure many common ailments which  '  are  very  different,  but which all  arise from the same cause���������a system  clogged with  impurities.    The  Pills cause the bowels to sieve rcg'  ularly, strengthen and stimulate the  kidneys and open up ythe pores;: of yy  .the skin;   These organs immediate- y  lyy throw off the '���������'accumulated lm-:7  purities, and Biliousness, Indigestion,' '  Liver, Complaint,  Kidney Troubles,-  Headaches, Rheumatism and similar  ailments vanish." Dr. Morse's Ihduan";  '..'������������������ Hoot Pilla ��������� .: -;.!��������� ���������'���������?���������.    ���������   .     ,. ���������������������������.:":'-,  Save   DootOra'   ESI!On      ������i> V  ' ".'���������''  Man   of  Many   Names.  Charles  Stewart  Vanc-Tempest-Stew-  are, Marquis of Londonderry, who: bos  just entered his fifty-second year,, has  been obliged to change his mode of signature five times.   When he was born  Iri 1852 his grandfather/'the third marquis, and his uncle, subsequently    the  fourth   marquis,  were   still alive.    Hia  uncle wan lord Castlereagh; hia father  was, Lord  George Varic, and'., he was  Charles    Stewart    Vano-Tempest-Stew*  art.   On the death of the third marquiB  Lord   George   Vane   succeeded    to  tho  earldom of Vane, and his son, getting  the courtesy title of Lord Scaham, thu������  signed himself when'he .was at    Eton.  The death of his uncle made his father  Lord   Londonderry nnd   himself    Lord  Caetlcrcagb, and as such signed himself  before he left Oxford.   In 1884 ho succeeded to the marqulsate, earldom and  barony of Londonderry  and    the  vis*  county of Castlercagh (all Irish titles),  and tho earldom of Vano, viscounty   of  Soaham, and bdrbhy. of Stowart   in tlio  English peerage.   .Since then his nignn>  ture has been Londonderry, except ia  the House  of ''Lords, where ho sits hy  ���������right of his English earldom and therefore algns himself Vano.���������Westminster  Gaeette. '   -+������������������������������ .  Minard's Liniment Rolleves Neuralgia  ; ,' IN 2,009.  (Puck.)  , Tmnslent���������Who's     that   prospcrom-  looking fellow over thero t  Native���������-That's Squire Shuvvnl, the  mnilonalre dltch-dlggcr. Everybody  laughed at him years ago when he to-  fuaod to becomo a doctor or n lawy������r,  and evon turned down tho correspond*  enco sehooU' offers to make him a wla*  do\v-dre������*<ir or an okctrJcnl eiigineor.  Time proved his wisdom, nnd to-day, as  the only unskilled laborer in. this seo*  tion, he can command almost fabulous  price*.  ��������� ���������        ������ ������'������   I SUFFERED FROM  VIOLENT CATHARTICS  THE WARNING OF  MRS.  <3EO. C.  FOX   IS ONE THAT SHOULD  BE   HEEDED   BY  ALL.  F<*w men on the road are better known  than genial George l?ox, who3e friends  throughout the,West are legion. In the  following letter he expresses gratitude  for signal services rendered by Dr. Hamilton's Pills. He goes on to say: "Until  1 used Dr. Hamilton's Pilla aud experienced tneir wonderful mildness and curative power, I estimated the value of  every pill by its activity. Talking about  this to a wellrknown physician I "met on  bhe -'train the other day, he explained  there are different kinds of drugs that  net upon the bowels, the most active  being known as drastic. Except in extreme cases where the life of the patient  depends upon speedy evacuation of the  bowels, pilU should' never be drastic.  Purgatives cause catarrh of the bowel^  and inflammation; their dose must be  Increased, causing oven more harm. With  .siiohya clear explanation I could see why  P*\ Hamilton's Pills arc curative and  not irritating, why they nre mild, yet  most searching.  'Trom my experience T recommend  everyone that tnkea pills to give up tbe  ..old-fashioned "harsh, purging pill, and,  instead, to use Dr. Hamilton's. TIt������y  cure headache, biliousness constipation,  bod stomach, and keep the system in perfect condition."  Refuse any substitute for Dr. Hamilton's Pills;   sold  for 25e, all dealers, or  The Catarrhozone Co., Kingston, Ont.  o ������ ������  AMERICANS OF TITLE.  (Exchange.)  The London Daily Express gives a list  of American titled hostesses who are  adding to the gayety of the London season, and who have either married Englishmen or who make their permanent  homes in London. The list is an inter-  eating one and worth reproduction. Here  it is:  Duchess of Roxburghe.  Duchess of Marlborough.  Duchess of Manchester.  Conauelo, Duchess of Manchester.  Cora, Countess of Strafford.  Lady Cheylesmore.  Lady B&t'eman.  "';..': Coimteas of Craven.  7 Lady Hesketh.  Lady Peerhurst.       r :  Lads' Essex. ���������'*  Lady Lister-Kaye.  Lady Newborough Drummond.  Lady Paget.'  ���������Lady Cunard.  Helen, Lady Abinger.  Margaret, Lady Waterlow.  Lady  uonoughwore.  Lady Dufferin.  Lady Willoughby de Eresby.  Ladv Tankervilie.  Lady Suffolk.   ������~*-������i   Minard's   Liniment for    sale  where.  PALMS  MOVED  5C<1  rviLES.  interesting Survivors ot the San Francisco Pire.  A difficult undertaking and one which  required the work of six liien for nearly  two weeks was recently accomplished in  California, when two thirty-foot palms  were moved from the abandoned residence of H. E. Huntington, on the top of  Nob Hill. San Francisco, and transported  a distance of 600 miles to his new residence at Los Itobles. near San Gabriel,  Oai.  Palm movnig is a common occurrence  in California, says Horticulture, but it is  not likely that any have ever been moved so great a distance with so much success. Easli palm when boxed weighed  eighteen tons, and a string of ten horses  was required in order to transport the  palms to the railway station, a distance  of two miles, through some of the busiest st-reets in San I������?aneisco.  Tlie palms figured were also of moro  than ordinary interest to the citizens of  San Francisco, having stood there for  more than twenty years. In addition to  this fact they might be classed as most  interesting relics of the earthquake-fire  of 1000, at which time Mr. Huntington's  magnificent residence was destroyed,  along with everything in that district.  The fire stripped th* palms completely  of their foliage, leaving only the bars  and blackened stems. Since that time  in the course of t"hree years fresh growth  has been made by them, new, well-developed crowns have appeared, and fchpy  bid fair to become two of the most interesting objects on the Huntington estate.  ass  th������ wwd to s?&sa92slies'  forPf  :\-T-  ISSUE  WO. 13.  1910  KELP WANTED.  ANTED-GIRLS TO LEARN KNIT-  tlng; can make good monoy with  Bliort experience; permanent position assured. Chipman-Koiton Knitiirtg Co.,  Hfmllton, Ont.  Br. Mattel's Female Pills  SEVENTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD  Prescribed and recommended for wo  men s wiiiuSR,5, a scientifically pre^  pared rcmsdy of proven worth. ��������� i na  result from their use is quick and permanent.   For sale at aii drug stores.  Marion Bridge, C. B., May 30, '02.  I have handled MINARD'S LINIMENT during the past year. It ia always the first Liniment asked for here,  and unquestionably the best seller of all  the different kinds of Liniment I handle.  NEIL FERGUSON.  K^S^^i^ 1  every-  ���������������������������������  TTfP. WIT MITT.   "I'lfV/ltlH  What Is ths  Moral?  A Long leland man on his way to  take a trip on nn alrehln atoppml to not  a drink. Ha mlaned his trip, but tlie  machine was wrecked and he thereby  escaped, in all probability, beinn* Ic'lkd,  Y,ftt the Prohibitionists make tho most  of that.���������Washington Herald.       ��������������������� "  Fairy Tula.  Totmny���������Tell ut a fairy tale.  *#u������et-~Once a man who had a hal������v  iStatt didn't <rr *t������<! n d*jr that dld/t  Wta wsnt to llvs h ������ ������ub*irh without  ���������jliifallines, ���������JJarpara Usmk  Times uncounted without , number, I  have seen the lush cucumber  Fainted green and fat and splendid on  the box that holds the seeds,  That the corner grocer sells me and upon his honor tells me  That a few assorted packets will supply  my utmost needs;  I have seen the red tomato and the fluff  and fat potato  Done in most alluring colors and mouth-  ,... . watering array, . .,  .And I follow eaoh direction when I  plant my radish section,   .  But I never raise such green stuff  though I nurse it day by day.  Every Bpringtime when tho tender voice  of Nature croons the splendor  Of the field and of the harvest, then ths  fever gets on me  To go digging, hoeing, scratching, planting, pruning, garden-patchiiui.  And the love I bear for Nature, Ohl 'tis  beautiful to seo!  I have visions of cucumbers, and my  deep soil-wearied slumbers  Are all full of corn and cabbage, dreams  :    of eriap fresh garden sass.  But the Bummer brings me sadness, for  I know my dreams are madness,  And I learn the bitter lesBon that all  flesh ia merely grass.  ���������By J. W. Foley.  CURED IN ONE MONTH  If every woman, who has kidney or  bladder trouble, eould go to Davlsvllle,  Out., and talk to Mr������. A. Simpson, they  would do Just an aho did���������tako Qln Pllla  and cure thomselvco. 'Tor 14 or-16. years  I had kidnoy or bladder trouble/ Buffering at ttmea Intense pain. I doctored continually but nothing itavo me permanent  relief until I waa perauadod to try ain  ���������Pills"-' ' V  ,"WithIn. a couplo of, days, I reoolved  great relief and after taking one box waa  completely cured," ..���������;.',  "MRS. A. SIMPSbN.-t  Write National Drug & Chemical  Co.,  (Dept. H. L.) Toronto, for tree aample.  We a box, 0 boxes for |3.B0, nt all dealers.   ��������� ���������������>���������������"-   THE REAL GOVERNOR.  While Governor VVilieon, of Kentucky,  ���������was houBO-bound last winter owing to a  ���������trained tendon In his leg ho wao attended by Jim, who had been general:,  factotum to many Governors; and who'  was a source of muoh fun among Otato  House attttchoo.  ' The lame leg canned tho Governor to  move his office temporarily to the mansion, whoro ho received many delegations.  On ona occasion, aayn Ltpplnoott's  Magarino, Mm. Willson had waited  luncheon for 30 minutes, and sho told  his Excellency that ho must como down  and eat with hor.  "My doar," said Mr. Wlllaon, "Just as  soon us I seo that delegation of men  down stalra I'll be with you."  Mrs. Willson was determined and saldt  "Jim, you go down and tell them to  wait."  ���������"Jim,** frowned th������ Governor, as that  worthy started off to obey ths mlntresa  of ths mansion, "Jim, you know who la  Oovswor, don't your'  T*#, u'*," ftrlamsd Jim, with ccsmla**  Innocent*j "yun, air, I'll go down and  iall the |f*Jrtiimm to wait, ear."   +������������������������*   Waa a Fair Question. 1  Travatur - IVe b*������en all ovar the world  alid.rv* nt*,*, w������������y tw'M *e<v.;iy beautiful  wt*w#w.  Tottr���������-*And, p������i������y, wim wan the othor  >tt������*#"~"i*UlUd*������lpi������i������ JUwjuiier,  BABY  OSTRICHES  ON   A   FARM.  Mother Bird Sits on   he Eggs by Day  and the  Father al Night.  There are many little ostriches hatched this time of the year near Phoenix,  Ariz., a correspondent in that town  writes to St. Nicholas' The old birds sit  on eight to ten eggs, which arc very  large, weighing from three to fouT  povnjde <e������ch. It takes about sir weeks  fox the eggs to Hatch.  Sometimes when it rains the eggs arc  taken from the meet and put in laarce  incubatoTS, as the ostriches will not ������t  on a wet nest. The ostriches are very  .different from chickens. The motfeer  bird, being gray, cannot be seen in the  daytime, and the father, being black,  nariTMvt; *he *een verv well at nurht. so  the mother sits on "the nest dunng the  day and the father at night, which helps*  to hide the nest.  The little ostriches are about the sise  of a bantajn hen when hatched and are  very dsilcate. If they get wet they die.  When first hatched they are not fed veary  much for a week. Later they, get all  the alfalfa grass and broken bones they  want.  They grow very fast, and when sit  months old tihey are six feet high, Saw  taeir pretty feathers are then cut from  their winga. They are full grown whan  one year old, but do not lay eggs -until  three or four years old.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  e ������e������ ��������� .   ' ������������������ ���������  When  Birds Get Up.    ,  One of the small compensations for  lying awake all night while the household ia asleep ia to listen to what is  going on.   I will Give you one of my  night's experiences.    1 say  nothing of  tho earlier hours except that I think  the blackbird is the last to go to bed.  At half-past two the robin'B song 1 hear.  At a quarter to 3 a thrush files up from  somewhere on to the bare branch of an  ash tree, and there, after stretching out  one wing after the other and then his  legs, and giving himself a regular wash  and brush up���������-I can seo* him plainly, for  ,tho tree is in front of my open window  and bed���������ho begins his song.   His notes  at first are rough, as If ho had a eold in  his'throat but In a short time he pours  forth bv- liquid music, clear and sweet  as a nightingale.   By 4 o'clock all the  trees aro alive with a variety, of songs  fot many birds, each ono singing his own  song regardless of harmony, tne whole  contributing  to  one  general harmony.  By half -past 5 tho muBio Is allont, breakfast time has arrived, and tlio: lawn U  lillvo with  starlings, thruahooi.   blackbirds, robins and sparrows. ,   ;   ��������� ������ ������ *������' -" 1-.'.''     ���������  The beauty about a thirst for knowledge is that it lcavco ho next morning  ,hnng'-ovor. :;A-A.-':y -  ' tfliii[mvii,mxem*,mtiil,n������mnm*m,m*m~mmm^mmmm*mmmmM0mmmm4i  THIS HANDSOME EXPANSION QOLD-  PlaATED BRA.CEL.ET. ono of tie latest Nov-  e'.ties In Bracelets; will fit any wrist. WB  GIVE FREE lor celling only 8 boxes, at 25a.  a box. ot DR. MATURIN'S FAMOUS VEGETABLE PILI>S, tbe greatest Remedy known,  for Weak and Impure Blood, Indigestion, Constipation, Rheumatism, Catafrh and * for alb  L,lver   and  Kidney   Troubles.  SEND NO MONEY���������WE TRUST YOU.-  Only send your name and address and we*  vrlli send you S boxes of Pills and 8 Fancy  Pine to give away with the -Pllle. Sell the-  Pills 25c. a box, and when all are sold send-  us the proceeds of your ealos ($2.00) and we  will send yon at once, by mail postpaid, this1  hsndeoma Bracelet, which will, please you  and all your friends.    Write to-day.  Address THE DR. MATURIN MEDICINE!  CO.. DEPT. y������)7. 1'ORONTO. ONT.  CD. SHELDON  Investment*  Broker  A specialty made of investments,  in  Standard  Railroad  and  Industrial Btockfl.     ��������� X  Call or -tfrlte for ,full particulars  regarding plan of Investment,  Room 101, ISC St. James St  Montreal  1  ST. PATRICK'S DAY.  (Edgar A. Guest in London Free Press.]'  Gome, Michael, Pat, an' Nora, too,  An' jine a song wid me."  Th* skies are always "tendher blue     ' *  Where Irish < plain ��������� f oik _ be.'  An' Irish eyes are always brignt, j  An' Irisb hearts are gay:  Wan kiss around fer old time's sake*  Upon St. Patrick's Day.    '  4  1  Then howdy do, my darlint, an' my I ye  are' lookin' fine,  An'  howdy   do, my  sweetheart  thrue,  oome put yer hand in mine;  Wan kiss upon yer lips fer lovo an* w.in  fer luek, I say,  We'll dance a reel fer old time's aake  upon St. Patrick's Day. i  Aa' wheriver ye find th' Irish folk,   ^.'|  Y������*I1  find hearts beatin'  thruei  Fer th' byes will dance an' the byes wilt  joke v '.  Wid th' girrls whose eyes are blue; "<  An' love abounds where the Irish are, <. ;  No matter what strangers say. > :* i  So give wan cheer fer th' Irish now,,  Upon St. Patrick's Day.  Per it's lovo an' laugh, me byeB, an* it's  howdy do, t' all,  A kindly worrd for th' old folks near an'  a game wid th' children small;  A danoe wid Nora, a jig wid Kate, an' a  smile as ye go. yer way,   ,  Wan kiss all * around fer love an������ luck*  fer It's St. Patrick's Day. >  Trouble In the Higher Olrclei.  Phoebus wns becoming irritated.  , "One of these davs," he muttered*  "some blundering aviator will drive hia  airship athwart my pathway, and than  he'll get' a sunstroke/'.  , Thus ib io that conservatism, grown  arrogant with the ages,' ever seeks to>  discourage the daring innovator with'  the new id������a,~Pro(ra tlie Ohioago Tribune.  ��������� ������������������ i     ������������������������ ........ ... ....  What Did no Mean?  /���������Wo havo now booh married fifteen*)  roars, Archibald, nnd I have never om%  tad to make a cake for you on you*  .birthday." ���������'���������������������������.. A v-  "Hint's true, my dear, and every on*,  of thom was, no to apeak, a milestone oft  the path of my life!"*���������Life.- X  iii|iiii| ������fmm  SOLO ACCORDION* FREE  aweettoned, deep voiced instrument, with which yoa roan  iiiloforooucertssurf   ' ~"     --   ���������    -. if reeds, two stotw. d  eniw, nlelcel jvinten valvt* ang trfmm|  play beautiful imiiio for ooiiceVts aarJ.'daiiceBJ;.Vtar(je. franiej  10 keye, full set oijrecds, two  Rouble bellowi,eben^Ued  bo*. Itvery pcreon My\nm from i  i send you with the Pllle" Thia  av         an   ,._........_.,..._.,. makea tliem easy fo sell, jtoui  we will send you the Pills, postpaid.  As soon as.vo  seeds of ymir ealei, 13,00, and wo willMadypn this c   ...        ,._ ,.. .  t yea with tha ooode unUl eoU.   Writ������te*<lay. Addre������������,������- V.-v^'A..^,. ^.y. ���������  THE PR, MATURIN MEDICINK CO.. DEPY; K), TOflONTO. ONT.  117 >'0end :��������������� your .nsniei snOd3������M,  pre *X Aecordloa, liumedlately, wo  -'(  ���������xxm  mm  F"������  S", ;.DKCJOBA^El> TEA. SET 0  m  tnm  yoa will  .to worm oi ���������._ -  ads collar buttons  t ioo. por card (J  uttoua. on ������acn  card),   'ihees  \ju^  tons nro very fas)  idws win tend  s  i*i  MM  CO8A1.TCI0L0 PtN 60.i,������0t������������nDipt, 1ft Trtiwiti������,Ottt.l| -\  mmmmmmm,y '������������������  mmmxmmm lyi^y^  'yi:xy*H*'~'?.^\t<^??r*'yif?.  ���������.THEyyXml^^  A''<^i^St^^'s;tx^mi������y:ifi  ���������yyi\y;.s^  V licri raised Vf orA tlie 'Anew'/ lGO-Jij^yf$riaAqJE|  ythe N^VYorkHebre wy $h'elV<3^j3g'p������i������riftr3.  Ainu Society,,; hearPleasaritvil^^iiil^istjji  ���������'.;��������� cliMterfceouhtyiyA:Thera  A five; buildings, eighteeii':dqr^^  A iiigyVfchirtyA children A eaeh *yy^|&:tspii^icaV  ;.schobls/:A6iie77yfbr', boys,'/'th^^he,fe|||ofor:  Vgirlsi yay commercial ';high';,A;|0ftol,|a^feia)  V regular public and ai������dem^Bch6dli=A  : 'A., ;'{"-    *.������������������'. ",'"���������.   - ���������"'. -  ��������� ���������   ��������� - ������������������..'���������,' '  ','  '      -,'*  '   '-/fA' '   ���������"TlV-V*i''F,r!"^''  ��������� In respprise tpVari application;,from VttieV  Chief RabbiApfyTurkejVyt^  yhas dbcidbd largely, to increase tlw^affiV  tityA of A bread, meaty arid inilk which AitV  graiitspoV; the Jewish hospitals, y     A Ay  /A .^Hhlegrani from AX Odessa; Russia,  A: co nveye y the sad intelligence of the sudr'���������  d������ri death of the; Jewish scholar and au-;  tlior,' y^sesLiaeby LilienblumA 7.AV  7   Ohbybf tlie first; steps of the hevr Hiin- y  V / ga ririiTfyv Khueh-^dervary Cabinet   A has  ���������ylieeii the; --���������;���������; removal of the anti*Semitie  V Miiiis-ter of Education Aand Public Wor-  : ship, ^arkoczyv. VDmirig his term of office: no Jewish teacher Or professor re-_  A'ceivecl; a governmentAapppintmerit^vyiA*!:  y Jews "are;interested in establishing   a  tuberculosis     sanitarium  in  South Af-  A7neri.y;;yVy?y;.y :.y-'���������' Vy      'V/'A'/������������������'      y >-���������:.;..'  Vyy'Tolstoi is engaged with Rabbi Gordon  AofV Sriiargon, in compiling a, volume of;  maxims frbmAthey Talmud in Russian, A  The brothersyHeinrich and Bernhafd  yHirschspruhg yiiave  dbhated ya'.-: splendidy  ������������������:���������; are gailery/to; the city Of ICopei-^jagehiy  It ;is V significant   tliatainongst;v the'  440 delegates , attending tliey recent Zionist Congress  at'"' HamburgAy'thcrc   were  some /delegates from; Turkey. Such has  never been the case before.y V The f inan-  Acial reports showed that the: movement  yhas how to its credit seven arid a half  million marks. ���������. '.Ay VA 'y  yTlve. death is yannounced at A Crakow/  at the age of eighty-eight, of the renowned Hebraist, Dr. Salomon /Rubin. A  Vladimir Bourtsef f������ the famous :yRiis--;  siixn revolutionist, arrived; in New York  last week from Europe. He conies to  unmask several Russian revolutionists  notably Alexander M. Evalenko, the publisher, at whose trial on the charge of  being a spy for the Russian Government,  Ronrtseff will testify.  The sanatorium, Denver, makes a idea  in behalf of the Jewish consumptives'relief society, /showing the: necessity of iii-;  V croasiug its capacity.  A   ^ AfterVexperiding;$27,387;56'for-;charity  last year the Hebrew Benevolent Society  A bf ylialtiinore,^^ Md., had abalance of  y$������.8l'-iv.,yyy;y XyxX y - A XyX':'���������'���������:,. X''XA.  A> Tl&yconflict in the; Coji^i^en/corii-  ;; niuriity lias; "taken a A hew������$urn.A y;: .The  yBoarjl of Management iuw^withd^rawn itsV  yilapplicatidn to the gpverrinientVfiOT.i^prc^;  y Aval V Of the dismissalyy of y;pr.yL^e^teiri;  ;yfroa$th^ychief-;rabl>iny  JX To- the older generation; among ; the j  /Russian Jews the hardest thing of aii,  V about America is to find  that; A ythey  - can Stake no partV in.; industry; that y it  y is;oij$y their little children, cherished arid  y yprb'li&ct'^  ���������'���������; tionsAatVhbme, who are quick and smart  Veiun%lf3^  y.;triea.yy'y'y':^;^  ������������������;\VVA-Th'e/fydbijj^  ���������X sees in ������������������.thVrjEctas'!;^  ;-'."seems  to haye'-as ���������ancient', a "lineage, as  any thatVcanybe.;clnimedy!for aVnational  Veymbol. y Ii;g  ' Hittites, y that' pgcJible; (ji|f biblical yrecord-  who stand as ^^o^ehtibirigVo^  niorgrina to religious b^cheblbgists^ V^his  V is not the brily feature^of Atheir hrtsto  bo found in more modern use. The claim  is made by Prof. Lewis F. iPilcher^bfy  ���������Vassjir College, who writes in the; Jan-i  uary ^ Chautauqua, that the lion, ���������usedfas.  ji symbol in miich Italian: a|clutectuyp  A built by the Masonic guilds!;.:knownjus,  the Comacino masters, also rha9 its Abri-  V gin in the dlm'i{p>ast''ipl: Hittit^; jiychitbc-  turo. A Such at least 'ia the implication of  A IMttifeArcmaihsJ" '���������".'';'" '."'"; A'���������"���������::.'"*.;*y-';'''-:;-  An bffbri is being ;riiiado to increase  the St. Louis, Mo���������ryre\vish charities subscription of. $75,000 per annum.,  The dcath'has occurred In "Alexaridipia,  Kgypt, qf"Dn deSemo, a valuable pub-  A: lie work^indidifltlngi^  A AAcoricortod: movement Is being made  V by buslrib'ss hieriv of Salt Lako City to  divert Jewish immigration to that oity.  , Mi'B. iloaalte King, wlio tiled in Now  ''.Yorli. oh' February *5ylast, loft bbquoota;  of ,^1,000 to^tlj.0,hoinb |ov aged Hebrews.  Mi. Sinn! HoBpJtalund Montcfiore Homo  and $500 to the' Beth'1 Ift*riibl Hospital and  ;>  United Hebrew charitipp,      ..,:./    ������������������', ��������� ;,  Tho.fncy*,; attomptjlo havo.tho case of  .Ililsncr reviewed iias beon unBuccpssful,  Illlsnbr! Is ii'afd to'bbV buribd olive In Austrian prisons, undo*"! the .ridiculous accu������  A -siitipn of rituhVVmurdor,v.VXyA:y.  X, :.. Jowlsh ladles, of Moiiiphla, Toim., nio  ;���������,'' noori tpi'hbld'a baj"afl.r: to ralBo fundsyfor  fitrwlBhlhg ;tlionow Y. M. H. A. clulj  ,l4ouao just pr<3ct()d,.,i.y      ���������,������������������.,;  .-, ��������� ..'���������' Tho .,y':ani)-SomiUV'J'^arfo'w: lrt:'l*'llvls'siA;  'aril' malilfiff'1 a^grbat iloal of * hoUo . v bo* '>  ���������Vivu,so 'In, tlio , of flop j pt., the mln-JBtor of  '���������'���������' .fliittiicc,there is'a Jowlsli bmplby'bpi: "  if the pl(iiiR;rif tlifi'Cibvoland Indopend*  ^nt'AldSoclbtydrocarrlod out n build-  .Ing,coatlug $40,000 anij, Intended to.hoiiso  five or six Jewish orgiinij-atiOnB of that  vlty will bo arbctod. ^ ���������-"*' -' ,"���������!'t������������������,'���������  JeiVflriiiiAVcloiina' havo formed ah or-  cnulzntlon for thOfpurpoBo of colonlnslng  k.Palestine or tiblghbbrlhg countrlofl.  ": riiiirtelin' ydiin'gVmou"! were: graduated  hy tlm .National X'arm School on Monday  ovvtAtitf,, "^abnutii* 28. "Ex-Seeretnry of  the Tirdniittry, tbAllb' M. Shaw liddrosiiod  '    itio ������flw,8*9.''f'   .''**'."';.-'���������!/,'>';'      y; ' '  A faoarieilty'���������-'o'f!��������� wafer ii������'grb^ly felt in  JcriiBnloniVr-Tlro long oxpootod rain did  mot conioi:. A goneral ��������� faat has boon or-  dercd. ���������. Thoro Ib talk of bringing water  Into tho city by an aquaduct, but until  this will ho carried: out tho inhabltantu  of dorusalam will have to suffor vory  often from a water famine,'  Senator Llnthlcum Itari introduced a  hill in tho .Maryland Logislitturo aol-ing  for an appropriation of 1)6,001) per an*  num for two'ye^irs for tho jowlsh Homo  for ConBumptlveifi vfinv ^elbrBtrt^ri,;'.  Att4������mpt������ W*h������ltltf-wiadft Ueairthb  attontlon of King, Oharlos o������ HoutnonJa  t������ the iiijunUco uf, Iho nevy luW itiaiuU  iftloulatod to make tJis )lf������ for tlis Jaw*  ���������..;,-.'.tfmpoislblo li*:, that;;������onih^ry; ry'': X  >^i*e.eimMWln������i mi*;;i Ji jirieHim jfttm*: A ;������i iMi.titiji^J^Ji j^iai'.jj.^iiiLii.! !l.i u.^tn.'j,. ^jt..t-> ^ i  :&6id&9-y Coughs, CaiaiTli'-  A;V ;'v;a nd ;��������� Throa tyTfy0.ii.b ife.vyyyy  Vy^^A:^j^^|f^|TOUi^,:,^^as|.  l;brMchitis|^nd' ai^fthroatt ariaiycltt^jaiilV  i merits  needs'-a  soothing,  heialirig;;,medi-  FACTS ABOUT OrriBS;-  Interest on, Thoir Bondbd !bebt,ATliibir  '/...Police.. and   Playgrounds;;yyAyyVy  A The rate bf interest paid byycitvesvbii^  their intercst-buaring debt at tlieVcibse  ,jqf the .'-.fiscal.-, year 1807 was highbstVym':,  iijfche y;West;Vari<l-. South:Vabcordinsr Atdl^nelj  ���������������������������4-'������ ���������   ��������� iti.'-'f i-ity r^,\'.x.',v:,-���������    ':'-vj' Tt -v.,'.* ���������'.. ..:zs-  '���������*.<���������    i    "���������' yl:.-^>?-'<\i.?.i^i*ii.  ;'Tln*ffiiri-V Stiii-ii i''f*i;������iiViF-,.:vi..������.flr,',Ja ^s^^i^^^'a^^m^mm^ms^iM^MiS^^I^^M^^L  ���������yyn*t������<i>y states.-,-. Cjsiisus;: .^ureaus.;^������^^p-,a^^^^p3^^^^ij^^^^  Jip^mingi;import ;briy-the statistics������^^;im.m^^^^m^^^^^^^^mMi������^$^  mic;;\;ap.or ..mixes.'JwitK'-'^the  ;^jS^t^^a^^nds^;f^r^  tlieAthroati^^ down the, bron-y  VeIiiialy'A;tubes,y and Ayfirially^  reaches the deepest air eellsi  iri the lungs. All parts "are"  soothed with rich; pure,  inedicinal essences, whereas if a liquid or tablet remedy were used, the affected parts could riot be, reach-  ^i/lyand iarmA ^rouldly re4  jsulty through *? benumbing"  the stomach with drugs.  .4; Breath-able 'Direct' Medicine.  .- No medicine brings such  ; pr<^pt,A;3������lie^yy^e^y^joh.:  an   invigorating   influence,  or   so   thoroughly  speedily  ycurea  throat  :   troubles   as  ; ''C^.tarrhozorie."^���������'���������A Doctbre,  V hospitals, 4  sanitariums���������all  say that Ibi^tliose who suffer- froin changeable weath-,  er,;for those who are prer  disposed to   catarrh,   lung  trouble,    deafness,    or    b?x������nchifcis,    no  treatnient  is.-.,sb_;indisuenfiabie>  as'-"Ca-  .tarAbzorie;"yAV.Vy".A..,'i; .-:  X.Y'y .    '.������������������'''  ; For certain purei for relief in an hoiir,;'  use Catarrhozorie^'A the 'only direct,  breathable medicine. Two months'  treatment, guaranteed, price $1; smaller  size, 50c; at .all druggists; or tlie Catarrhozone Company, Kingston, , ������nt-  .-A ��������� ������' ���������^e������ -'���������- 'A... .;.'��������� ��������� /      A''-.  IN   PRAISE   OF  GUMSHOES.  It Is Not Getting Feet Wet but Get-  y tingy'Em Dry Again That Hurts'. ,-"������������������  Tlie overshoe is doing an encrmoiis  amount of good, especially among children, in protecting the body against,the  chilling that results iri' colds, ' sorb;  throats, chronic catarrh and the like. *  It is not the mere getting the feet wet  that is harmful, says the Dietetic ani  Hygienic Gazette. It is the prolonged  evapbratibri of y water from shoes and  stbekingsythat^dbesAthe mischief. A The  ^evaporation    reduces  the    teriiperature  #bout; the; soles  ofj the   feet many de-  l^grees below the|^iriperature of ythe sur-  rbuiidirigjair, fjiist as ya^wetvbulb -ther-  ^pmfeter're^stersloWer than ay dry one.  Aylii:Afact; VtheAwarmer and drier the air  by ; which; the Abbdy is surrounded .the  more' rapid they-Y evaporation and the  !owet/the:temperature,}' Also, the thicker  the soUjisy^ythe-^  isV tal^riAflp^aiidy^lieAlonger Athe^eJKtpbra^.-;  ;'tibin'''"'f^s;-'^tso^tfii^y'^  not; taheythe ;plaTOA)pl;ay<^^  ^tdiichyk^piythev^atbr awayVcpmpiltelyv'  This evaporation'.;' aiid consequent /coiir  tinued ylower -temperature^; gbesy ori,;espe^!  yeially iii;Vthey^use;- wh|ri-|theyrest of they  ^ bodyyisV in comparative*; c^wifbrt and: the5;'  nervous system relaxed.  Wei shoba in-.  doors ifrew^  djoprsA|Spriie peopleyeah.stand'thiaAprb-,'  ;lbnged|unb;alanci'iig .ofi'bttyirbnmerit,y but;  it|i; takes i*t protty yigorbjas Vmakeup to  dbV" sp.fe:V:y-���������;*���������;;������������������ ,;���������;..���������;,-?' -.'%,.yM.[';���������'A: 'xXy::y,��������� ���������  A -It riiiglit be added that the wearing, of  .overshbes.ithafc, cover a large porfciori Of  th^p foot;'when''pnbjHs indoors is riot>a  gdpd thing.      ,/*    v.,  'y.  ������������������-'������������������.    V'y'y''..;'  United   StatesiW#';sj|f  :o^r:;30^po.y-;.A::ysii^  verage  interesb rateijjjKa  ,001): population ;AWa|^^l)'  ?pei'Fs:cent.yin;  Chicago, , Cieveiaridv!$Milsv  BANISHED BY "HtUIT-A-TS^S7'  'i  50,0(!P��������� ytoV 100,000'.'���������.,_ pbpulation,: 5.&y"perV  li'Hrityin^acom a, > Wa shy'.' in -cities-ief tiroicnX  V30,000' 3toV 50,000 pbpiilatiori^ 5.0 psr.'. cent-:  s;inyBii-j^i^ha;m',y'-AIa. y.yA Vy  :0^;TlieAIo%est'".ratesVVwere '-3.2 .: per cent.  1 iny^aihirigtbn and 3.G per cent, iii Providence', Hartford, Binghairitbn and ,E1-  mirai, VN. Y.   The tinusually low rate in  ���������Washington was due to a large amount  of temporary i^ans bearing only 2 per  cent, interest.   The- interest rate on the  funded,,.debt;-of, that  city  was  3.6,,peri;  ce"h,t. . ()f ^ the' cities of over 300,066 pop-V  ulatipn  Philadelphia   paid   the     lowest j  average   rate   ori..its-, .funded  debt,  3.4  yperVVebiit. ;;;XX .--yAX^ Xy..-;y$-   '.^.y'v--:AA!iy.;yyi  Iii -cities of bvar S6'0,00b population  the number of police to 10,C00 inhabitants was 19.4 as compared with only  .; 1-0.5.;; in.,-eitie^ -qf; 30,000, tb, 50,00.0 popu-  JatioriT':":' The 'index 'figure i'n 'Atlantic  City is 25;i; in Washington, 23.4; in St.  Louis,  23.2,  and  in. New York,/ 21.5.  The eomperisation.; of patrolmeji  was  much-; .larger in the cities of over 300,-  000   population-/than ' iri;: the ;." smaller'  cities;..AThe V average   annual  pay  iV of.  patrolmen iri~ cities of over 300.000 population   was   highest   in   San Francisco,  $1,4G4, and New York, $1,228; and lowest: in New Orleans, $780, and Buffairly  ������000; ; In -cities of yfrom 100,OOOyto;-3QO,t;  ' (JOO' pbpulatidn ^ was liighestAin |Pbrt-1  ���������Iniid,':-Orey; $1 ;20O, yand Newark. $1 ;i-76i'?  and lowest in (3rand Rapids, Mich., $790,  and  St. Paul,  $85S.    In cities  of from  50,000 to 100,000, population it Avas highest in Oaklaiid,' Cal.,y $1,200. and Houston, $1,161, find lowest .in Kansas City.  .^7S0.  ylii cities'of from 30,000 to 50.000  population it. -was highest in Butte arid  Sacramento, $1,200. arid lowest in Kalamazoo, $609, yand Oshkosh, $70D.  New York/has the largest, acreagej  27S.5ydevotedyytP: zoological' parks; fp2:  lowed in order by Washington, 1C6.5,  and Atlanta, 140. In the "nuniberVof  tnairiraalsy and .birds that ./such A parks  contain- New York is first arid -Cincinnati second, while Washington is third  in number of manimals and Philadelphia  third in number of birds.  Playgrounds are maintained in seventy-six of the 158 cifcies������inciuded in the  i;eport,.and the city appropriations for.  playgrounds ;iriereasedv from- $516,277 iri  1906 to $741,912 in 1907A V More than brie  j MR. AtCIDE HEBERT  !    Stratford Centre, Wolfe Co., Que.  ������������������j.'".i have been:completely cured of a  frightful condition of niy A Stomach  through the wonderful fruit medicine  "pruit-a-tivesV I could not eat any thing,  hut what I suffered awful pain from  Indigestion.  f Myhead ached incessantly.  ..X-ijwas told to try *Fruit-a-ti>*cs' and  pent for six boxes.    Now I. ani entirely  (well, can eat any ordinary food and  never iiave.a Headache."  Ar-'Hyy"   y^|Ay|ALCIDE:KSBERT.; ;  50c. a bos, 6 ifor $2.50, or 'trial box,.  pise.   At all dealers yor  from Fruit-a-  jtives Limited, Ottawa.  MEW   METHODS   OF   SOCIALISM.  * ty-f  <&';'������������������:  . I.- Yl  y_','CA;,y'-Sh6cked.'VV.-,  ,,.��������� Ella-���������Bella.; married an octogenarian.  f: Stella~l don't think the girl ought to  '.'eliiiiige.; her .religion,., for a, man.-7-J!bf������  chtjige.       V-���������'���������.���������":-...' :V ������   ��������� -:  i   y  ���������������       ���������'"��������� ���������'    II".   .if 1   "������'''i  ��������� ������������������"    FII..II.I.I m..\  contributibris for playgrounds wero;  greatest in Washin������rton. A The total acre-  afrey.-.devbleu- to playgrounds Was great-  set iii Indianapolis^; followed; by New  York.; Boston^ arid; Baltimpfe;A; Iri;yNew  York most ypfthe jarba .deyptbd^to pVlayr!  ^6urids7/!^vasy*cbrine:c'fed':V-;*^  j&chools. while in Aothci*;-.-'cities' named  most; of tlie ^laygroiiiids A were"'yin A city/  parksAy:y;-.,A'V A;y-My/sV::.A'-!.^";'';-A'''-'"' ;'W''yy A  Vyy-' -; -VyV.--,.;A;..;,.,...������������i.,.������'y. '.'���������. X XiA>.x->:z.a*y,  ' t? Ji ���������  :   Old ;firFsK;';:Proyer^s;'-y'V  V: -The'- ancient ;Kinnf)?y;.Brbheris. j...... ...  ;eas/ of the VMaeMan"-^  great, intelligence ^^arid^^VVwiSddni,; aridA.the  sayings of '?AUamh;A*f^hlii^I^thii the  Wiii;--VMOTh\i-i!iJi.J:;rii^i^i/������r^*^ " ������������������-������������������-    -  SayAtbj/Btateytha^  ���������i������l''--/-T>Vn������V>������if.     ������1CLA ���������   o'iaVii ������-~1��������� ^iijiil^iii/ji'���������:- _i'.i  taking Lyd Ja E. Pinkliain's  Vegetable Compound  Coltwrfbuay Ohio. ������������������ "I liavo talcon  Lydia B. Plnlcham'a.Vqttctablo, Cora.  do,c*tor told mo ,ir  was good, and oinco  taklnglt I;feol*8o  muoh,better.-(ihat I  can do oU niy work  again, I uhlnlc  Lydia 33. Plnkham'a  ivogbtahb Com-1  Eound a ilno remedy  Ar--oil, wowan'a  .trqttmoB,'1 and X  - Inovor forgot to tell  my friondo what it has done for me."  ���������Mrar/B. Hanson,Wi^aet Long St.,  OoluinbuB. Ohio.y.-y >��������� :���������;, v {������������������." . -������i*  Aaotlior Woman Helped.  Granltovllle, Vtr~"I wa-a paBalng  through Uiq Changoof T4foftnd fiufferod  from notvoiiBnoBs and other annoylnff  aymptoma. Lydia B. Pinkham's yogo-  table Compound rostorod njyboajlthAnd  strength, and proved worth mountalno  of gold to me. For th������ nako of other  Buffurlug women I am willing, you  prinoipWiy^rarisl'a^^^^^  from Ha^ir^an^is-yjt-xi's^ whieli  show the similarity between thom and  ���������modern,. English,.:proyerhB:.,     ., -, w.^A-'-]  A; blind ritan is rip .iudgb of cplora...,, -J  ���������VViWhbjii A theyVbatl; is;-, biit jlthb:' ��������� imotiy will  daricb.";"''"-/'':"' '���������'���������' V..V-V'-.'V; :;���������'������������������'.". ���������'���������":    j  'y'Evbn-a,-fooV'ha8':luck;"i:i,.A;v:'::'      y-,.���������.���������---���������"..,'  Fierceness     is   often ' hidden   under  beauty; "-A,y.    ��������� ...":.:;.:.--��������� yx.^y.   .....   ..   ���������...:��������� ���������'  -,.,,;Th#i'*������-,;'^^  X : good dress ofton hides, a deceiver-  Fame is more lasting than life,  A foolish word is folly.     V  y Mild' to'the'raoek;"-;''':".'',''7'7'';,''-:"''' ���������''  , / -.Cat:aftor-(.kind.t xy ;-,A-A;'.V :';���������'.:..cy  ; Hopo consoles the - pcrsccutyed.  The Biitlefied forgot; the' hungry.  IJongf. Bleep rendorsyavoliildincrti'   ������������������"  .'���������' Hurry without waste. ���������;.,���������    XX  '. Driinkeririoss is thb hrothbif, of" robbery.:-1 .'.'   .y.i-Y., .,.'���������  .',-..'./.-. (.-..J,* :;-,y;".-.- ������������������..-,��������������������������� ������������������' .-  Hope is the physipian of onch misery.  It is difficult tb tome tlio' proud.  IdleneBB is the deaire of a. fool,  Look boforo, you leap, ,-,-,      )-,   ,,   ,  The bnd'of a feast is hotter thon tho  begiuning of a quarrel,    v ' l ���������  A wron in tho hand ia hotter than a  c?:4ine out of, it. ,.    .*., .,,.,,,, , ,   ,.   r .  Ho who iB out, hm auppor obulfi.  The momory of an pidAohild is long.  .Everything Is.rbvbalod by time.  A cat con look afa king. , ,, ..'''"������������������'  Learning is* thd dofjiro-;of thb wise.  tShafaoter is hotter than wealth.  ������������������'  Without treasure, without trionda,  X hungry mivrii������ ang������y. f,  No man is wiw nt all tJmoB.  Eijterprises  Rased  on  a  H int Taken  y Ijirpm  the '������Financial   Magnates.  |l |&i %*u|ope,y|iE we may believe; such a  Writer-'and student asi I'rof. Brooks, the  more advanced socialists have practically;1 abandoned the old communiem which  is; still groped after by the noisy socialists of America and have turned to more  biactical and profitable tilings by devei-  Joping the infinite form of co-operative  industry.- . '-.',..:,'-Vy. ��������� "Vy. :".A''':X XX:yyy..  j In Balgium and in many other part3  of Europe, as in England, the advanced  socialists are to-day the co-operators;  They have taken the "hint of the financial magnates and organized co-operatise stores, mills, bakeries and so on-���������in  slj'ort, formed joint stock companies for  tlie conduct' of productive and distributive lines of business for their own berie-  fityand... profit.' y" ';..'; A A  yA>In theiigreat Austrian capital, Vienna,  we find such a socialist venture���������a great  flouring mill and bread bakery, known  as the "Hammer Bread Works" of the  "Forward Co-operative Store," an assb-  fciation or company of workingmenythat  has some 70,000 meinbers;  The great establishment, which    was  opened on Jime,20^1ast,;stands on a"sitb.-,j  onee- occupied by aielbi^er arid later by,  an.irpn smblter and also; a flouriDg mill.  Tlie great buUjliii^erected by; the social-  Aists'Vebntains falHo^ririgAriiill of the most;  VmbdeJ^ny type|kn6\^i to Adustriany milling,y  ^itti^apaci^/'toV^pply flbiir^fbr a bak-t  ei*y turning put al)but;:l50,OOp pburidsyof|  .bread daily "and ;thbnAspmb,"ythe: mill3'  marketing a large/partVofAits pri  directly...In the form/of=flpur,  X yN^I^ASH^ONED^^EL^lpN^  It is Frankly Sociological RatherrThan:  A Theological.- AXyyXyXyyy  i'yf-^Ihe Chicago; SuiiUivy Evening,pip) is -  oj.-o uf.t'iaVribWe's!; ddparturea iutrialielii  of .tiia'P modern   chureh-r-in . certa.in-iiVi-.'j-^  ���������Speets unique.   .There may be.seenya.v  ^ieat':iiudieriee gathered in theAfaeieWbfyi  liit- most 'disagreeable weather, aridi'iiafcA  ItSi Sunday .only ; but every Sunday. AA,;AV  JyThe'  programriie   that'riuis'attracted"  'ih'ese;'^ .'thousands  j has frankiy; swervedx.  ^rom: the. thebiogkal to the sociological.' '  J,t has bp'erily mixed' man's jeligibri';' witJi1";  u^ts^aridicakea.^-.yy,^?������������������;..    '���������'.-. ���������.& v:;,.Xi;X?%t  Svil.c is a.iiftwVtypein the. modern church.';,  ifi ii a' type Biiiiriias' cb-:Ae'VtoHstayTA^tsA  thb  day of  the -p'id. fashioned reldgion  gone .with the old fashioned schpols/andv  tho old- fashioned courts ���������'"'":   " ���������   " A  if-r'l- stood -ybii; thfe* roof garden "of the  gChrist.... Presbyterian A Church ..of ;Nb\y.  jYcrk one evening ns I' asked myself the  Vqubstidri, 'siays Va; writer;.'in -Putnarii's'!  yMsigozine. : -Vghe rp������*s pf chairs, around  ���������Safe.- Were used by ,the congregation wh'bn'  itlie'y revolted- rit-the* stuffy' atmbaphere ���������  "tof ythe indo-oiifpews.;;,. A<y a^/A-���������',������������������.:.������������������.-.%-:,  ;!������ "Below  me- was  aii  'auditbriiiTn' eap-  |aMe;';ofy seating7 more than^a- thousand ;  Ipeople.   .At.one side.,of;it .there,.exteudr.  fed .a, series   of  Ipungirig  arid   s'mbkirigy  gi-ooriis for tlie ^riierf on week^riightsy :ff  Jthe; visitor.Tfollowed: .theymain;cojridoiy  |far  enpugli yhe ywould .find  also  apart-  taiicrits' for the i^riien's;Vclubs;and/lon^  [gl*oooisyfl*here uui^eg.cared.jfor. the little..  fehildren and babies; of^ tfie''iieighbbrhbb:l'  Jwhcrithe ;mbthefs:cou]d>:nofc^erforrii this  |[*iuty.^y'-..y,;A;.' iyy\:XiyAX.XAAAv:AXyyfy.,  % ; .yAcross^ the   hall froiri the smokers.  iyWhd: were  plhyirigV cards^y1*heA*bbsbrver ���������  Vniight ysb������! -.apartm^nts^u^jdjyAas yidn;y;.;.  ���������Sf'.hool3;fpi* tlip young women'^aiidViuglif;  ;sehobl^/for! the youngamen^'whei%:axr5?^y  ;t)iing;; from;:sewingyfco^^xpe^i^jw^jtd^  Jbe . learned; 'yy.. . :��������� X'.X-������������������.������������������,; ���������'-' : 'X'yXXAy  Overhead' wasi a* tii6WughTy5egrirppba������  JgymnasiuiriiAywith . P.e)"hap3������V. a; yiqovoiij.,,  ���������gameyofAbasketbali. or handball' in A pro-,  ygre^s^Vyy^yyt-vvO riightsFbf - ihe' riiori tii tMa������,  ^muasiu^l;is;.tur!ied;oyeryta...t^  ydancing;y A^ub/V;andy tlua^ strains of yctie"  |?M*isr1^-V^idbwJAw^tz; f Ibrit :Pvbr;-7the*pol-  :^shodyflbor^4AV^?;:'!;-vj;i^;iH^y -.*/ ^ ..yy:;y -Aty  ,'������������������''��������� "This  is, on.e/Vexainple pf.thb -iristitii-','  ^tjonal; eliurclitn:?v!lfere^are'V;byiers likb its  ;iiiy^the^city oi^^e^iYprk;arid^scoresjpf...  Jthbm    thi-bughF^t'V^^'y^couritry.V    The  V^bri&'C^iurciyis^ fariifiiui-^  tfjribk Presbyterian{Churbh^.of ywhiclivDi-.,;  iiHenryvvyari'Dyke '^asAfoj;merly tlie p/is.-  :Vtbr,Varid is'���������mkifetaiifed"yat';''il;:pearly-ccs?  Vqf appi^ximately;;$20^O^,:^rIt*vi������ ^t-ankiNy.  |bj^rafc?d.on the,pjrmci*-*lb  ���������jcrf eliiirch, to !i*e*wtfftne6 World^niist li^'���������"  jS<j]ieri/. seven jday^iftnd^eygrij^iug^  iwpekAy:.. A:.A'-x ;';V-V;AyVy;"yXxXAXXXXxXi.  '���������Many 'of' buiryiifstitutiori^  f iiix������y4timirigy toward vithb /Jwribi tibjig;>Ag^al{.  !;of;3riAinterriaUpna^  I wliereVmeti .'of "all --'tbri^rufes Am������^bpmd'ytb*;fi  ���������lieary'theysariieiyposneli7/;^^^  ;i>rpdaets|  ofitskind with great;cheerful, ^eanarid|j  cleanable work rooms sJtid;ythe most'*ad*?|  labor or Vwrit^fc^wtK-lmri^ ;the  mpyable:pai^sipf-t.h^oy;mac^^^^  ting power, from electric yhio^or's^'Q^nli'f;  iicss arid/ 'perfection Iof ^he^rbductsAis.  the!-aim^r^aker^;>W^"Wy^Vv������sr':"  '.��������� X:yYy    ";.'/��������� ���������'���������". ."..' 'X-Y*i>''*9iX.."X*   '.-)  .vv^'v-rtwiu  "<���������'.'������.  gW&iS.&yfti  ;:|������ipim  ^Editoi; Used a "WeU Known Tonic  ^yvy-yy/ylianid Sjy^ni'Biiilder^A. IX; ���������  -A TUe/ Editbrnrid''j^a'aager"ofV.l.li6'-''BuiJ:'a  JFalls;''��������� Arrow,"is pnlyhtuiian. y.Thjs lioinj  so it i* 120*6 surririijiii'ir 'ihiit:Iie Vshould- fc**i  arid.F������nifcr'a3 other men. y AMr4^1b^:;i,av,-   *  celt siiya.���������:>- -.*-' X had a veryBevero attack of  ���������;-"-ta Grippe whioh left nie very y/eak, spirit-  Tilei3aiidrbri4o^.y'Aisee^dyti> haVo loat  aU an^bitioniy"Atthis point I reitlizcil that  rri.v.couditipn waa^ Lykely^.tp/becomi^;iitor*  's.erious unleES I took myself in hxud. AOae  -day:-.y.-hile'in'-this'-f.HaIf';dcad-:ia^  j.-d'ilipri.?| I was listlessly Icokingiov^tf Recent  ^yiesyiof my paper, TheiBui;L\sAFall5 Arrow'  (of which I ain EditorV andy Manager jj.y^hen  :;tny eyes-/ rested! ������ri *an;?^vertiseiiieni.   of  PSYCHISE.V Thi^elewiyya^dAeipIi.i.tly  .set forth .aAeasi/ so exictly, rcseriibliii^ my'  own that I at;pneeipurcaasbd n.bottle at)  the Medica^HalirfiAftcrytaki^Atwo or*  'three doss3 I felt.''.likoAa'yri^jv'^niari^andj  befbrb half thp second;battle had^oluiued,'"  . every trace of tho bad effects of L-i:Grip;jel  " had Mb;*??.; y-.?������ PS^^I^ is i'^ir|iilana  I have strongly roconin:cn(lcd it to.V'spcic of  cny friends, sixnilarlyVaiRiclcd arilVtiiipy-.hjive  yused itwit'V^  ^Fcr-':r.Sa������2 byall DruggistsAaxiife E5eailers,  iXXyyX:50c'arid:S1.00 per'bot**Ie:'AV";..;.  I '^0^^^^^fyy^>y9AyAyAA'^y^A^^ *��������� *  ���������'IdfcyT; A;ySL,OCUM, X-im;ted - Tqiontoy;  A^XxA&tiX'':-'. X&0A- A^yxYmyy^i  Asimple,; the /seppe.. of .St.^ .Barthplmriew's.^  CwlVosbjriStitwibrial^brMchSiis^  i'a#'A;^5-21SS"^  'Here.-;.-weV-:find'^servicM  V Obi^aris,'3CtiiheseAfandV:''������^db  Aat^' the -ftEasty'Side; Sparish*> hpu^pve|$fjindi  ysermoiis in Yiddish,/TtiilianA'Chineseyand  jy; SA'iAy: reiigiousV������ p7rb jebiySjfy'st^s^;#titur^  The bakery in its turn isyal^ ayiriodelif;iiivolvesy ,01 .course, not,;priIyj-i-h'^vy.:jjw-y  ' ���������!_-..  *i.>_Aa   : ������I-\X���������*J^_*���������.i'.'/��������� l-.''_i������"������-r--1     ���������1^'^.m! :^^A3t'h'tiia'iri'oii   VkiV'f'vli'.nrt'irw'i 1** hrvi*   -���������''-/^���������#**A*ii'*14*^lCk-*������,o -TO*'''fi';'  '������������������AX-  .;���������;������'>  Dame ^Parontfsy tl^e-artf l^lsea^e i  . :��������� Cured .'.by; Doc^'8,jK|d^  She Suffered for Two Years But Now  ; ��������� AdvIses .-''A 11; Troub16d .'���������-' ja's:,iSb0 isWaV  '!to   tUVe-v Dbdd's   Kidney   Pillav -a  ���������'��������� 'Triali1*;���������;���������''"���������, .������������������i^A-y-Xyty yy^y-^i. i.a  '..3>"('i -  M;;.':.  I "?SJfc'; E5oi)(^t';;;Kibiluii|!iy ^oi^Ql^-^irbU7  28.~(Special)^"IAV. recominend'^'* "Dodd's  Kidney l?illa to,iUl,niyAfrjfo^-lij������,^Theao;  'ave,;the, words.,. ofy^mpl'JM^)i^a^6nif  of this plnce. Arid, tlio g6bd'damb''givo^  oxcbllent reoflohSyWhy sho'docsAsp. *j.^Fpr  ,t\yb '.yeai'B,'^ i Bhe. Isaya; $1. :��������� Biiff oredyi fi;pj|ii  Heart:, DiBeiiHe, Iloadache, Backache; and  :tvj>ie������se but";heaV-i^latbrr rSG^teriySHSreis ^i*  IV s tSf f; AbfA fpur A bFr^ivbSas  ���������'.ip^ddi.tibri,4by't^  over ��������� certainA'depayi^britsVy^'iii ASSy'fehureli;  "liicltlJii7?! VSt;*Bartliblomew'syth s&ministorV:  Vuius^skiibw notonlyA^  VHeb1rowy.aiid''Gi^k^ut;rhev^  :V4veriA^bettbr '';"tKb^;li!ve; -birigiiagfe^^whiBh^  ^OjljiJTihg;Fhimv intp,i,pe^briftli;t^u|liy^|thA  A|iiey;:fbp3^rivblita.n^A/audichcbs  ; n'H$i?li*A.t];i''^  '.h'o^iess>yf&- yy. A XXAAiXXi^iAXXy ���������;,- Xx  ' "8t.:Bartholomevy?s gives a-ycour.sa of  twb^bpyiil&if ^lectriresi: ericli Vw^kyfoftbnf  jlliistratpjd.<;AviUi:���������.eljfihprate iAs^ebptippji,  yiews;'i������ maintains' a "medical :ai*^Jsurgi-"  ^al'vclinic^:ari ieye^andbiir1 dlsperiaar^y aridA  a,dbiitalyiOffice. Here a roa^vriiay-heiFCur-i,:  . fcdy of A appendicitis   bry hisVchildreiii';'of  ���������nica9leS'(}a-rid'';herft'''hbi'-''mriy.:,'iia  fittedAPfeariio^ing^topthi^b^p^  iiecessary--the sei*vipc is" renderedxfree.  hhd'at*yJ������^t',!OriIijr' a 'rioiriiiiaT;^  ���������')Pn,ado.:'-;*j/i;;i������i^v.'-^!}.>'> wX ^Xiiwjlei^u^Mix,  ���������;. "To turn to still anotherV feature,A<jf  ^t.'Barth^lbiiriew'8^the enfe or-tlfe'^tfrtriv  cer; at the 4opriwho is aboufe ^0^1)1;^ tb,^  thb  dutches of  the  loan  Rhark;  -Thb  chiirclr* docs'.'���������; riot'���������'��������� meet '���������'this^nrnH���������'!;?*^!tii'?  iuerbly Vpqrt'tp'.W0������'dB:> of,i/Bypipivthy.���������&$������',:  advancesyhlni; thb funds he may. heed; nt,  a legaWdterfe'st;gives hiVii'a liM't^hiad1"'  clasp>,and)if'hd,Ai������' down. aJid^outlvfi^rV  rbriiodyj can cure Heart KrQ0a8b;;*,,:;Antl  the' ansWbi' i������ elmple; '^Discoaodli j-tldnoyB  fail "to 'drain itho, iriipnritics ^outAof the,  blood. If 'tlicfio iinpuritiMiaro ,loft v^l^  tho blood thoy' not only Increase.tlio  wbrk^of"tl-.o" henrfc In JirbpelUii^ tliqiVlbod  through thb body; but act on; tUo valves  baueing iUHonse, 'Pui-o blood ^ttmovbi'thb  cause of tlio disoftBO. pbtld'sKldneyj.Pilla  ������nako, p,ufo: ^bloo'd hy puttIng"thbvKldrieyu  in coridltibri' to Htrain'nll 'thb-lmpXiHtlbH  out of ity y .;;v;,���������}>;*;��������������� ;'v''''i.,--'������ Mtf*H *y������-  '   '.' .V'/'.'iiif.', 1,. i-n* ^ ^'^SfiLi.'. 1^ 1 ^"'.*** I - . -      ���������  AS SMUGGLER'S .CAVE.  '-���������'.'  ���������,������������������:'���������[.���������'��������� y^r**-*!;^ '    ..'".'-������������������.���������.'.'/..',.  Fut to ;THat<j'U>:8' WhUn^Therd^Wns No  Religious Service  Owing to' t1i.'S','p'r^B,b'rtcViw'1'tlif6>' fleet in  .1 tho ThpnipH, Oajiyey Ifllai)^V.,haft liad (1  Every dear article' is wontan'o   do-! 8r*i'a*fc\llnni^  re. ���������".-.���������.''���������'''���������'    '.yi-vy'Vi''7/7";   A ;   hodyi iviHltsithbA<jno, Hfct(o qli^rcU\witji  lt������ many stained glij'os^^dowt', p|i  is famqiiKiy for oomq .ah-j.ft7.lng HmugflUnnj  Bhould liubllBh my\QtUir.,*'r'UnQ.  OiiAHLKB BAlioliAY, E.F.D., Graulto-  vlllo, Vt.  Women who ato panning through thin  critical period or who are tmtroring  from any of those distroflHing Mb po*  oullar to thoir nox ohonldnotloHO Night  of tho fact that for thirty years Lydia  E. Plbkham'p Voffotablo Compouno%  whioh in made from roota and herbs,  ha* boon the -standard romody for  fcaala illz. I������ alraojfc ercry wrawa-  ���������nity you will find women who havo  been, restored to health by .Lydia in.  Hnkham's Vegetable Compound.  sire  WiBdom oxooedtt Htrongth.  .Wi,no is sw^sot; to,; pay foi* i*j bitter,  Bleep Ib tho image of dbath. '  Enough ia 0 foaat. y      ,'  Doath is tho physician of the poor,   ,  Not ovory flatterer     inn fueud.���������  Cathollo Standard hnd Tlwoa.  World's Chnroplon 8p������ijer;'-  ProfoflAor 1). Jones, the world's flham*"  ploii Hpollor, la Bomowlmt of a spollhind*  er. ��������� 1-teA'addfeiisod a bi'rlijua crowd In  Klrksvlllo, aaylngt "Good . people, my  name Is Jonon, tho school toucher, I'm  tlio grontoBt Hpeller not only In MUsourl,'  bwl la Uiu wluilo wtii'ld. Whnt'*' tho harm  In tolling this If it's tho truth? <In 1B70  whllo UittFthhig juthoolat OJatho I dial*  Irjngad tho world to outHpoll me. I'ho  rlmncollor of the university -went afislnBt'  me and I boat him., > I havo d������f������sted aU-  ���������'   '  VAAlfi  /s������=  fV^#^Trarismted'froii^th^ ^\  l^fToVThee, my: Master, I,offer^riiy gray-v  Jer^yyVtji'������^d-^e,|ai^talr^^.^ *-tle_  tk������id������toi'yMfS.-.' I)o ^T^ot jerk tlie^^|ln^> do  Vpotwbap me when goirig up hilly A - ^f  ,fy^l^^t^^be^ J "  abij^b; t^erst^d^ me,  ^Ut?'lgiy^irae; a ycl^^^to'^riderB^nd Vyou.  .piV^hyyine^a^iif^I  :3>iddihgj*sbe;-v:if Vythb^A-is;;; riptAscSaqt hing  ���������'.W^iigV-witia'-stni^ititf '  " 'l*to^^giv^^riiei1;bo^etoVvlbadsi^  p^eep -i me| -w^llshlbdSS^i^nifSijpVteeth^  |vhenAI fail >-tb' epit j Al ma^hair^anyulcer-  ^t^;l^^;f;Tiii^^^^  -^iiin^iAs^airiyguriableV;* ��������� in-  ytvbids whenT itrii igick;AsbAwatehirie; and^  a������it"'''j_  -'-���������->'���������'���������"-   ; - *4*^'.-*---:0^tit','It:>'j'l,-. it"!   ^/V.^s?/-/"V-V*.j- *������-v       t  t  will try toytell/youAby signs;y;;|  ���������fyrtl'e.tyi riie A8ometjtoes;;;'l;^n-j^ I'  'IwiHiiearn'^W^loye'yvo^  iXtTi'o^WiiAo.-0j^iAfmi^HMm'^th%': hot5-  |������uip; -^Kej^i-a^bJiiv^  (weatlier, and never.yp^'ytt'yfrostyA.bit} iu  Iriiy mOuth,,but.'hold-it<'Yii'tycvr?.iiB'iidS''a*  Imonientyfirsfcyy;,., -. A'Vy^iA^^'A^y':-   ,  |:;yTV'efli^^^,'V^ll*ypu^waitf:pp  |foryyon ;��������� long houru,, day ;;orfa&fjhijXli can-  jnot.tell.youywlienTl am thirsty'iffiyg*rnv  [cleari, cool water of ten lit hoi,' weather.  5   Finally" wherivmy fttrehgtli is jgbne^  fBtead of turriingVfme over,\toya';human  ������brute,''to 'he'^toi^tUM  JinyJif0 in the easiest and quickest way,  'and your God will reward, -you.iin thiB  Jlife arid iri'":henvch;A;Amen!;:"*y3:v'yiVy;'i'V    %  \xy yvivcA't"Xy Y^^^^A\t<(.riXhyxX 1 ������"  jtOULD NOT SEF. COULD f i  yy-y-iKi^x ; ���������;,<<*,[.:i<'i 'iy!.. i^if.HV  OXploltH.  ��������� The proncint vicar, the Iloy. Wat-ion  11 agger, M.' Ji,, rolutba' how wltlilu tho  liiHt Jiolf century, before lie wis np-  pbiiitodjtlie church wasit������orv,������d -froin "tho  malnlandyillagn of,Bonfloot,Tho bishop  of tho dlocoBO had rimtngbd for wenty*.  nix ncrvlbes to bo conductod'dnrJng:t|io  year,; intending of, oourso that thoy  should he hold fortnightly.  lnntoiul, howovoir, thoy woro hold con*  nocutlvoly.'f'BO' for six monthskof thu year  tho church wim never opened. Talcing  ndvautiigo of this extraordinary state of  thj3ga1".ai;,,bjvnfi of Bmn^������,r������,',iifind' the  building an a vory Knfb liullng phioo for  storlpg kegs of rum, hrilffi of tblwcdo,  liicoBivnd otlmr coptrahfthd goods;  :   flbrnb of"'tliMMi !da*lrigUmti(tBl������rs art  Mllll living mi tho Island.���������H,. A. P.  ��������� ������������������  . ���������       ��������� -���������**" l~ *  And flrinllyjif thcrecan bis (inv'firially in  ^lurch's 'periny"prov{dcnt;"fiihd.'' thb  newspaper'iit puhHflhos;��������� for Its.bnWstltu��������� f  ���������fewta., and lt������; / Bummor .011 tjings 'Jor,:, over.,  biirdbned niothersi nnd','iimlbrfpd'hri'.hl'i������*i;''  (Thin oiitllnb'i mor*bo\'*ei'. applies mot iniilv:  iPiSt., 13nrtho,lomow's,,.hiit.,to.1tlio vOtl'^r.  icliuvohcs of the' orime class," '       "   V"  , .'fry: yiyymii^.iA^'^*:, 'AiiX ^y.:;.(V-A.''.-"!*;>.'-i-������-,;  -..,'.., Tbo Captain i.Kopt; poMPtr   . .;,  .;  Thti.Bhlp.Vpoivclcftxliig ^hp;'har.lh.qr, .ran',  ilntq a,,half*pitolling,, -hal������-,rolHng'   Hen','  'tluib   ' IJceamo ', partlcularlj*    iiotic'e'ablb  ahput tlio 'tiirio vtho 25; piisengoi'B, at. thQi  'onptain'fl table sitt down tov dinner.    ' ,  ������*T hopo tbat. all 25 of jrou" wlll'havb'  a(ploawyit' tripiV/tho .captainV told* thcin  nuthoaoup appeared, "and.that, thiB.lit-,  ^loaasomblyof .24 will reach port muoh  /benefited, by tlio voyage.   I look upon  ''tlic'Pb 22'smiling faceB much, as a father  ','dobn upon his family, for "I am rbeponai*  hl������ivfor.; tho safoty, ,of thia (group .of\17.>  jl,hope,that all M of,you will join mo  later In drinking to a 'iriorry tHp.   1. bn������'  Hpvctthnt wo cig]vt   follow pitHRoiigerB  are most congonlal   and I "applaud thb  judpmont which . chemo from the piuiHan*,  cor HntthoBo tlirpa porHons for my table.  Yon find I, my dour sir, .'aVo^liiiWi'J (*-tbW������:  i*>rd!   jBrhig,on,thoLflah,and������clear away,  Uicwo dlshca."���������National Monthly1,'  n4*p!r!it������1n  \o  tl)**    chawpJpTifthltii    ulnccvl - ",'"'ii ..,', ������������������ -. ^������������������������.<. : muu-..���������������������������. . ������'(V  thoh."���������ICttri*i(ft* Oltyfltal*;1'"'���������"'     '      '���������'���������'  \    I*loblif������-������AVhy.! ��������� do-. <.������*t;<aju mippuMi tlio  *��������� %, ti  ������������ ; q������o.i������mFi.i.F������. ��������������� "���������        .im     1 uui_iutf,vd_uSjrwiirccvl TTcm.'-.n !r* e,o tflofi^y?  -4*"4ir  Kaught vonturoT'wauglit nave,-  Mr;- ������������������  Tho Way It Seemed.  Tlm bonodlot wao jnta iijouinful and  rcmlnlHoont mood. "Whori* I think," ho  mild tri himself, "of iriy *pr������,df������c<������n������if������r; who  dlod and, loft mo.,to marry his widow,  who drlvdi ino to���������'drink; 1 f^ol tts'if'he  hnd wluolf, mo for. tho drlnku.���������Aprll  Bmnrt Sot.  D*UaU H������r Own ������r>,$iUwi ',', ,.���������  A rr!rl ������'1'<i> nnri\r<>i to twdnrf ImwfiillV  ������*' * -���������* . ��������� ������<���������*' ���������, n't  |D;, 0. p.^ yPresc^iptlonyCured; H lm;  j Only those who have Buffei'ed/fi'bm".it  |know tho tortures of eczema. Mi\. James  JLullocli, cf lion lUldgei Orit.V.khbWniuMn  fall too well. He wrltcfl gratefully bl hii  oure by D. "D. ,J)f��������� ,    ;���������-.,  ���������j "I havo suffered fbi*1ybarfl wltli't^^nu,  jand now through lining two, < hot Hum of  jyour wonderful cure, iny nkln is''as. pure  |ns;it Qvcr .'waOfyViVi;;?..-!/;^;.;"ii* Mii'tiiixn'  ,; My ftyce was.so Imd ,t 9PM|d,,not ,f.oe.  ji cohldriot sJebp; "f could otit rest at  jaH"for.',tho,-terrlblB.;-ltblii:1 ':*im������y*y.'y ,1 ������  A Thanhs,:;to,...your  !I dm cured/'. A'- ���������' ,'.',-,. ; :'.;������������������!'������������������'.',  j  D. J>; D. ia a'Bim'ple'coriipound^af oil  of, vylntcr^rbpii .wlth.fjfcaymolj;glyoc'rlno  and other siiliatarices,   ifc'pWtvat<:s to  'thb Inner7 skirt; whore the goi-ma bl. th *  tdlBoaso'arfe, fcllls> fthbW .and" Jtlftttintly  Ircllevca tlio. tcrriUa',iUUi.t!i rJXV\vt"-���������',.���������  j   Por ?frooi trial :;hottle, of rl). i>?^i,IM������.  soriptlpn -wrltoi to ;Um*.,D.. X>,, p* CliirvlfjJiVA-  .torles, Department '������, 2S Jordan ������li;cet������  Toronto,  tfor sale by all druggists'i'i)'V i >,  ',',.'.r;^op Inie., Wjir^^^o^^^  A Sti Jpaiopili pij,ttqltriaiv wlio' was. foiriii.  erlyah'Indlah fighter told how the >bl������  idlers used to lceop tlibiy"feet warm by  'l>oin'lng whiskey lu their hoots. . ,A ''Wo  1 were c������cbitlrig wi1 w'agbil tram ricrbss the  ' snowy sKid'tho jpntrolmaiti ^whew lt';wiui  ���������80; degriws 'bolowAftoro, ^or!cou������80, 'Vwe  Lw.e.re vflx**d for It..  Wo had tho ,'NelHOri  w5i.-dijiv-' .overcoats, which arc Hnwl with  pelt' hii'd button snugly under thb ������Jmir  xrlct'm govt's/awd our bobts Were two  iliWitdo brg iiiorder to fallow ti**to werir  heavy knit, woollen,������ockv, 1 Tbe aM^VtWr,  master l������������iiod u������ ratloim, Including wyhls-  koy, before wo started. v''  "J wa������ sBtonUhod to see; tlm Uf-n},������������������  nrit Ui'charge pull out lila bootstrap and  dump half" a bottla of whlikey in *>nb  hoot and tho remainder In iho other,  He  snid It kept Ww,.fm>t wwih and l.ArM  It;  Thb bthiir"hinn'hri oilr Wagob ilr<ink  his and W������ "UJrUrd,- Thftt nl^ht wiyfffot  wore porfvotly,dryj.nnd.wiirni.  fWb>.,v������i?  dlor wlio  dranu;  hln  pnirlloM  juifff'^-d  IrtitM''feet' artd'had ti*'lJB*������siili.' Itiick^to  8lohl���������������Woll, I suppose -tlm moon ������<������ I mimplo sucooeda cenorally la iwlng simply  fects tho tldo end the untied, uwful.~-6mart Sot.  i������vr,J -,  ^*'T  i   rl "iiit ,   f ,.- a ,  J #1*1* !#���������������r*i"������*������i1 It w'lis no unnmikt ���������iljlii*  for tlio nbldl������wi to pour whUkoy lu tludr  hootn/'���������Krom the Kanias (X^.ly 8t������r> h'Kv  Tftr-vrj***-'-'*'  'ji-^wi*������va*V>*  '-''Vi'^T*'..'--  '^'���������V*ViIrf������JE'3:  " *:"V/*wf7JA^'J:t'':.  l^ijiiilg^  ISiliiBWiiBB:: v S#^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^^^^^������^^^^^^^^^  f SEMefcEStONv: REVI fiVv  ; ',..': v ���������"'���������***' '���������   *  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Firs, Lite and Aooidwat IvninuM*  REAL E8TATS, Bte.        ���������;  --���������.      ii -y y _>  TRAIL      >       -       -   B  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  .C.  B.C. Lasb Subvbtok i.������> ABOHHSC?  -pin������������a ������.������������^ nTWMt<Mn*Fi<<\nM  CRESTON -  B.C.  ].  ������J.  A    \T  TV   T> _  IX  IS   IS JBf   JR.  V3  ���������������  O AW  BftiTisv   Columbia.  Land   Svbtxtok  TRAIL -  - B.C  OKELL, YOUNG & CO.  Real Estate and Insurance.  x���������_^y  HOUSES TO BiSH'A'  CRESTON     -  B.C.  GUY   LOWENBERG  Co3ss0tTiso Bxoimbbr  CRESTON  B.C.  m*t  ������(^81Bgg������ This?   \  To all new ssbssribers <who pay  ic advance, we will give for tha  small sum of f3. the Greaton Re-  ���������view*foroneyear and the Family  Meraid and Weekly Star till 3>c.  81,1910. Also to old subscribes*  yfewho are in arrears who settle up  ���������  3??r;^������jr!! ������$A������������3    Tyfi ^H"i*|l    wolf*     tho     flmlWA  ^ offer on their new snbscriptiona.*  ���������V- After seedisg this notice don*E  ������ delay bet sand the robroriptioB  2 price above mentioned to the Re-  # view office aad secure thia grasMJ  ^ offer.   Do it sow.  leoe*9������'9'������������������'������������ ���������������������������������������������!> ������������������<������������<������������������������������������  ������v������^^^-*������0������������������������^������e^'S'ftft'j**ee������'*o'*Fai I  *   *!  With a Local Flavor  Sohool Inspector 8ullivan paid Ores-  illUlt fuuuni  (By J. it. Oot9)  FEEDING THE CHICKS  Feeding the chicks and giving them  the right kind ot a start iB a Bubject that  all poultry misers are interested in.  Tho first two. weeks oi a chick'* life has  a great influence on its future. If care  hag bees taken to select the hatching  eggs from good, sound stock, well oared  for, a good hatch of strong, hardy chicks  may reasonably be expected.  When eggs have been shipped, if yon  do not get a ohiok for every egg, yoa  mast not always blame the breeder, as  sometimes the carrying company ia apt  to handle them not very gently. Bat  where a breeder uses the latest and most  approved boxes and knows hia business  thoroughly in packing, each rough handling should bave bnt very littlo effect.  Alter oas has his chicks hatched, it is  a very easy matter to f������;ed_every cent of  >������-5o nnifit ������v������vt tj������ can drop all of it in  come of the mixed feeds thafe are sold at  such high prices, and the condimental  ���������foods, so called, that have a few cheap  drags, or a little red pepper, Venetian  red, or gentian mixed in to givo the  ���������'right kind of smell." There is not  enough of the steff put ia to do any  harm to ihe birds, neither to my knowledge, is it in any way beneficial. One  thing it gives the mixers an excuse to  double oir quadruple tbe gelling price.  When soft, easily digested foods are  used, there is a tendenoy on the past of  the chick's digestive organs to slight  their natural functions aad in many  oases the -trails of the gizzard will not  become sufficiently early enough toughened and ase soft and flabby.     When  hard, dry grains are used, which is nature's way  of feeding,   the digestive  juices are called into foil play, ������and the  ������| muscles of tha gisaasd ass given pleat?  **| of exercise. Tbis means strong, healthy,  ell developed digestive organs for the  chicks; and a chick ao developed from  the start haa a great advantage over ite  less well fitted brother.     There are a  number of methods of feeding yonng  chicks, somo of which give good resulte.  X do not cosss@uQ6 to ><���������>������������* my  W^ have a First-Class ^fob ^Printing Department  and yoffii orders <witt he in ihe hands of experienced printers  Letter Heads,  Head  o  b  Envelopes, Cards  I \. v=_^ i 1 w- %*\ ������ CXI C5  In fad, anything and everything in the <way of High-  Grade Commercial Printimg at the  Miss:  1.MM.V..*A   "D  ���������~������ -Es��������� a tuitil about the thir^i day, except to give i a  niu   qomi*.  -*������ ������������me very ane grit;, oyster shfii asdg  water. On making a startV..I -givo bnt  oae feed the first day, composad of rolled  ���������iota, and if I have oae to epare, a hard  boiled sgg, chopped fine, to about every  cwenty-five chicks. The second day after commencing to feed X A give them  three feeds of the same kind of: food  last week should have bwn "rights" in-1 After this the cbioks ������iro fed with {hoid  stood of "profltsM. | i^ixed graiiw ������Jong ^th a little rolled  F. B. Hawthorne,  of Nelson,  who I00*0* scattered in the litter.   The mixed  tomorrow? on a weeks visit to Wi������������*������s  B.C., where she will visit friends.  J. MoPeak left on Sunday for on, inspection of tha Grand Trnnk Fayoiflr  towns, west of BdmoQfcon. '  Mr. T. M. Edmonson wisheB *oa to  ���������ivAvO wmii ������u5 aCst wofu iu his letter oi  lAst S-anday morning Father Beck  celebrated Mass ia the Catholic Chnroh  At the morning service a number of  children received their first communion.  In the evening Father vBeck addressed  the children, and those who had received  communion in the morning renewed  their baptismal vows.  .,The ohurch was  handles the Royal Seal brands of oigare|8rainB ���������������" ^rackad wheat, cracked corn I beautifully    decorated   .with   flowers.  as well ob the Kond H, waa paying  visit to Oreeton tha end of hut week.  Fred F. Hooper of North London,  Eng., arrived lnat Saturday and will  moke Creatoh his future home. He is  tho guest of the Bevd. P. O. Hayman,  FOE SALE���������The furniture and contents of the boarding-hause at Sirdar,  conoisting of SB roomo, bedroom sets,  also kitoben and sitting room furniture.  For further pnrticulnre apply to the  ���������"Review." ,������������������;'���������������  At the orchard land of T. M. 'Edmondson groon peas planted this spring are  now in full bloom and they wore grown  in the open.  In the list of fmbscribers to the proposed races on Victoria Day as appeared  in the last isiuo of the Beview the name  of Sidney Poole, who contributed 92,  -waa inadvertently omitted from the liit.  Eevd.G. A. Wilton, Bopt. of miaolona  far B. C, for tbe Presbyterian chnroh,  haa sent word that in the immediate  future Ihe ohuroh will be supplied with  a-srnJtablo minister, the Bevd. Mr.  Thomas having being allotted another  Held.  For Victoria Day the Canadian Pacifio  Hallway annonnoe ������ rate of fare and  one'thhrd for the round trip. Tfakete  will be on sale May SI to 34, inoluelve,  flmal return limit, May 98, 1910.  i and hulled oats,  equal meaaureB,  to | wbicb reflected groat credit on the lad*  whioh is added a half-measure of millet | iea of the congregation,  seed.   With the aboyo and.plenty of  small grit, water and green stuff, you  ore not likely to lose even two per oent.  Little chicks Bhould always be a wee  bit hungry, and it Ib, well not to feed  them any moro than they will eat up  clean.   If ohioks are not intended to be  raised to maturity, but for broilers, the  feeding, of oourao, will be somewhat  different than described previously in  thiB attiole.    To feed for broilers it  would be well at the end of three weeks  that the ration should/consist of say two  porta of corn meal, ono part per oent.  meat.   Such heavy feeding of meat as  this would not do if yon wish to raise  your ohlcka to maturity;    With suoh  feeding as this they should weigh a  pound in abont six weeks.    Bnt broiler  raising ia a speoinl field of effort in  poultry work and requires not only careful oouslderation but oonatauit and oioae  attention from tbe day of hatching to  marketing.   To thoso thinking of entor*  Ing this field I would advise them to go  slow at the start.  Next work tho subject will bo on selecting a brood hen.  FOR S ALB���������At a snap, a buainoas  property in Orsaton; ideally aUuatedin  the heart of the buaineaa eeetton;y It  oouaiaiaofa large atore building, two  storeys, aud three town lota; can beinad  now for ������l;e50. In two yeara will be  worth double that amount. For farther  portloulMB apply at the .BfOvIow offloo.  FOR BALK���������A Studeboker wsgon,  equal to new.���������Apply p. Blair, Erick-  son, B.C. ;:.-.  STRAWBERRY PLANTS  I have propagfttad for sale, nnder fav-  orablt oonditionB, for tha. first time, R.  M. KeUoggqo/s IQOi strain of thorough.  br^psdi|frMa'irawberryi plants. Sena-  tw Danlop*.110.00 per thousand, f.o.b.,  Wynndol, B.O( >'���������     ...    .    .  6an alio supply from 85 to 100 plants  to each ���������nstomsr at Jo. wr.plant, post or  exprssB prepaid; of tha following varie-  ties: ������ ������,     .  Bttittr. Btdtrwowl, <Ct&tk,&*Mng, PM*  Thompson. ^������v������n'$jL*t*jCh������f������f>ioni, C*r-  laAviseaii-^imwlinfcW few of  these plants in your garden.  O. J. WIGBN, Orsaton, B.O.  THE  ma!  8 SB 8g  BURTON  HOTEL  WM. TAYLOR, Manager  ace  R. M. Reid, station agent, who waa  , appointed a delegate to attend the K. of  P.'a grand lodge in Vancouver, on the  10th lnat., rammed the fore port of thia  week from the ooost. Mr. Reid may  ���������visit some of the Alberta towns during  the noxt few day������, as he will not reaame  liis duties in tbe station hero till the IBth  lnat.  A. M. Jail, provincial poultry expert,  ���������gavt on instructive lecture on the even*  ing of the 11th inat. His dlaoourse was  fairly bristling with pointers oo tho  poultry question, ami It Is hoped that  -many of his hearers will see their way  wtjear to add 'pouluty ffrUiiW %w i*m*f i^^'  ���������pit farm ol f JamUg.  The Review is indebted to the Manager of tho Bank of Oommoroe for a moat  useful map of "The Canadian West"  which ia compiled from tho government  maps and revised to March 1010. This  map also shows whore the branches ot  the Bonk of Commerce ore loeotod and  is a most useful addition to any oftloe.  Last Sunday, at Fort Hill the Creston  Ball team got a bod whipping by a soore  of U to 6 in favor of the Pott Hill team.  It appears that ths home team needs  ������w* fwotlw^for**.!* ������w,ooti������n*fra -ont*  ..li'-iVjyiv:  ������F  Services Next Sunday.  Presbytsrlan Church  SsrvleeswiUba held in the Presby.  fcerian Ohuroh on Sunday next.   Morn,  lag ssrvloe, 11 a.m.;   Btening servioe,  Sunday sohool at 9.80 p.m.  T. O. MoLxod, Pastor.  lag awrviw  r.io p.m.  Methodist Church  Ssrviossoa Sandavnext: Morning at  11 a.m, f Sunday Sohool, at 8,80 p.m.;  Kvaalng Servioe, V.M p.n.      i  Adall Bible Olass, 0.80 to 4.80 p.m.  F J Ru"rnirtron>, pastor  Chureh el Daglsnd  Divine Berviea in ihe WMW SCHOOL-  HO0B������:���������Sarvloss, Sunday MoyflUnd  (1st Sunday afUr Penteooat): Matlna  nnd Harmon, 11 a.m.; Sunday aohoo] in  Sehoolhonae; Bventong and Bernton,  7.10 l������.m.  Aim CiiisiS e������la������clii������������-������*������ 9 p.w,  R. J. Long, divisional firo warden for  the government, roturned on Monday  last from a trip to Crows' Nost pointb,  his district extending na far as Oorblu,  near the Alberta line. Mr. Loug says  that the snow nud slush in that district  did not look good to him aftor tho Creston olimato. Mr. Long loft lor Grand  Forks and other Boundary points on  WodnoBdny lost.  I ������������������������������������������������������*> ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Get The  r3nnt!rs nuiiiu  Journal  A Whole Year  For Ten Cents  Bond a dime or ten ciuiu todny nml  eotCitiutdtt'ii btml j>oiillrj- i>Ji|>cr. T)>o  onlypnpeir In thu world prlntod ON  TUteVAHM. Tho only papor In the  world edited by iv man who in In constant Union with tho work lin lalUH  about, -  ���������  You know thoro Ih money In poultry  but liko ovory thliiir dun, li'* tin. knowing Iiow whloli In tho key to muuoomh,  our papor will tull you how you ������an  , Set ttBH Mr hmtclilny; dollvorod to your  address FRlOIC, how tohatnli the (think-  , *ns and bow to rulHo thum. That's  ���������piwatloally showing you how you uau  Wally mako monoy.  UcriiSs tnri wi'i t������v"f������j' nt\<t h������i>oin������! v.  rofftiUr mibiorlhur aud mako monoy  oin of poultry.  Whon wrlUn/r plowe mi-nllon the  IlavixW and sadroiia yourtuhnortptlon  to���������  Tha Parmers' Home Journal  OlUTIIAM, OMT., OANAni,  $������4 a ������oo ������������e>������������������������^a^a������oo������������������o i  The following ortiole has boon received  by the Review from P. R. (Godfrey, who  recently left Creston for the Peaoe Riv-  or country;  GRAND PRAIRIE AND PEACH  RIVER COUNTRY  Theso fertile spots lie lii tho northwest  part of tho province of Alberta, onst of  tho Rocky mouutnlnn, and comprise  what ia goaorolly kuo.wu as the Upper  Penoo River distriot. Lying north of  thp Poaoo River and above tho orpuftlnff,  is n tract of land 00* miles lonir by SR  miles wldo, known as tho Poaoo P.ivor  proper, mostly prairie with horo nud  there small patches;of brush, forming  wind breaks and oholtor, fairly woll  waterod. Another' rich country, hut  muoh larger, known as tho Grand Prairie, lies to tho south of Iho Poaoo IIIvor,  with An Intervening spaoo of about- 80  miles, nil pf. wh'iah will ultimately bo  taken up. TJioro aro a fow moro settlers In tliO;Qraiid Prairie distriot hecauBo  it Ib thought, that It will bo tho first part  to po roaohod by a railroad. Tho Peaoe  camp Hob woBt of tho othor two districts  montionod and while equally as fino a  country, it Ib moro diflloult to roach, being ncoosBlblo only by pack train. It is  a ({rain-growing country; wheat, barley  aud oats havo been produced for the lnat  ten yoari. Steamboats run on both  Poaco nnd Athabasca rivers for hundreds  of miles, It Ih not a Arst-oluss tluibor  country; thoro is sufiloiont to ousuro  lumber for tho wants of tho sottlers.  I would advise nny person who is1 intending making a trip up to this conn try  to have at least |l,000. A team of hornus"'  tn Edmonton will coot $000 to |400, oh it  1r vory hard to got a team at this time  of the year. I think that n person who  has ii fralt rnuoh iii; Oroatou oi any-  whoro In B.O., tho beat thing for htm to  do is to stay on hia fruit land, aa he hns  a bottor climate than Alberta.  It Is plainly, to be seen from tho foregoing that tho trip into the Peace Rlvor  or anywhoro north or west should not bo  taken -without forethought and due  preparation. Thoro haa already boon  much dipappolntmont by persons who  have started out without advloe nud  guidance  ���������I'  ���������:.  usit'iV.w.  (YAsM  "���������'Ml


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