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Creston Review May 27, 1910

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 ...,;..,������.<.j-,.^-.,*iv,;iv.,. j:^'.������v������*.w,i^*.*...-^....s:,,'.v.^^ i  ������f....   _  Creston  EHsf&cty  '^77iMiS  -���������:;���������;��������� A-?- j������-*V '--.���������>;-' .'������������������ ������;,:������> ���������'^-'^*'rV*'*  '������������������ ���������"������..'���������';>'} y fc-ySy' Jv AyAS&MS  "-������������������������ ���������-������������������������������������';,-^..fvyt>>5jB<tA  m&wM  y'YtX^i  * IR you  lmve had troubleMvith tttfcjStor;  appearance of vourrlast suit:���������Let' v&m&ytg.  the next one for you.  We've a specialjnfaue to measure "d.epart^:  ment in connection Vith our regular-sale of  Campbell's Clothing:  wbereby^ tlie inari'rwho demands, sp$ei|My-a]  tailored clothes, can;have them luade ao a|s/  measure by the* expert tailors at header-;  ters. at a slight increase over ^  mad������ price. -* *'  '" Your clothes will have an individual appearance, and besides fitting absolutely  will have the snappy style wmch-Jias^naae me oe&t ci<*p������  CXtH^0N|ip2., FRIDAY,  MAY  Single Copies sc.  ,1-5-=.  um iibiiui  YOUMG MAN CARRIED AWAY BY  \.y S"*77IFT  CURRENT���������BODY  NOT RECOVERED  lie CAMPBELL'S CLOTHING class of ready-made clothes so popular.  From $15 to $25 per  5uit  General  Merchant  4  PEERS US  Creston,  Phone No. 52 rX _  By  Using  "KBOTENftY"  44  You will knoto what "PERFECTION"  Means in PRESERVES.  46 KOOTENAY" Jams are made Only by  The Kootenay Jam^Co. Ltd.  NELSON, B.C  GUY LOWENBERG  REAL ESTATE     INSURANCE  ,   MINING  ������������������������o������������������o*������������������o������������<������*������������������>������������������^������o������  First Fruit of the Ssason  -Ripe strawberries, fully developed and grown in the open without any artificial Irrigation, were  grown on the ranch of James Kennedy, one mile west of Oreston.  , These strawberries were brought  to* the office of the Review on the  morning of the 24th inst.. where  they are now on exhibition. Mr.  Kennedy, who has this season one  aore of strawberries, will fetart  shipping in a week's time. ',  We strongly doubt whether any  other section of British Columbia  can produce rip9 strawberries on  the 24th of JMay.  ^British and Amefiam* Govern-  nvh\t& Adoot Oil as^Ftfel '  Word reached here last Monday of the  fatal drowning at Port Hill, Idaho on  Sunday evening of a man named Frank  Fnrniss. It appears that the deceased,  along with a number of other yonng  men, went in swimming in tho Kootenay fiats, right at Port Hill, out in some  way deceased got separated from the  rest of the parfcy and got into swift  water, snd although, a good swimmer,  ifc is thought that he had lost his presence nf mind, which accounts for his  drowning. Where this fatal accident  occurred was right ooposite the Pert  Hill poet office, and his body was carried  into the Kootenay river, which at that  point ia about 100 feet deep.  Although the river has been dragged  all morning the body has not yet been  recovered, and it is now thought hy old-  timers who know the river well that it  will never he fonnd, owing to the heavy  nader-enraents that will keep it in the  river.  The late Frank Furuiss was abont 35  years of age and a bachelor. He was a  typical lumberjack, having followed that  occupation for the past four years in  various camps in the Kootenay. No one  seems to know where his relatives reside.  ' This sudden death and the fact that  the'body was not recoved has* cast a temporary gloom over the. little town of  Port Hill, where the deceased was so  well known. It is'stated that the late  Frank Fnrniss was  an  Amerrcan by  birth.'  '��������� '" v ":  * t������.*.   - * .        -:*������������������  ���������������  / .,:  ,   Students Tour Kootenay  An excursion party of McGill college  mining students, numbering some 26, in  charge of Dr. John Bond Porter, Professor of McGiU college, arrived in Oreston  on Tuesday mornisg at" 9 o'clock, on  their way to Nelson. This party is making its annual tonr of Canada with a view  of visiting the principal mining camps.  Last year they visited the mining camps  in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.  Before reaching Creston [on this tour  they had visited the Crown Reserve, the  Curr Lake and the Conigos mines at Cobalt. They have also viaited> Coleman,  where they stayed Bevea days,'as well as  Moyies wberft they remained six days.  xhese students, whe are mostly three-  *VFr*  VANCOUVER, B. O. May 28��������� For  many years past it has been a wonder  to producers of crude petroleum that the  British and U. S. Governments did not  IraBTiSeam, the looal rancher, has  just completed a fine work cf art in the  'form of a violin whioh he has made_ and  completed with a single tool���������his pocket  knife. The back of the violin iu made of  maple, which was green in the tree in  {term men, are being distributed among  the various camps in British Columbia  this season, where they can obtain a  practical knowledge of the way tie work  is done. In order to do this, these young  mon, who are made up from the best  homes of Ontario, Quebec and other  provinces of the Dominion, will actually  take off their coats and go to work in the  various mines for the nest three or four  months and thus obtain a practical  knowledge that they could never obtain  in any other way. This party of mining  students will visit the mines at Nelson.  They will then proceed to Phoenix and  from there they will go to Greenwood  and Rossland, and it i-i expected that  the tour will be finished by June 2nd.  By this time aii of the students will have  been distributed among tho various mining camps. Dr. John Bond Porter,  who is in oharge of the party, appears to  be a great favorite with tbe students.  During their short stay of about half  an hour at Creston, the students expressed themselves in no uncertain terms  about tho beauty of Oreston, and many  of them stated that before they returned  to tbe East again they intended to stop  off again at Oreston and see some of the  sarrounding^oQuatry with a view, in  soma cases, o?i*nrchfl������ing smali blocks  of orchard lands here;  LiViDKmviVSCII  BRAKEMAN SERIOUSLY INJURED  ���������DERRICK  FALLS  OVER  WHILE WORKING TO  RAISE WRECK  What, might have peen a serious accident occurred -near Oreston about 8  o'clock, Saturday evening last, on the C.  P. R., by which one man was badly ��������� injured, but will likely recover1.*'  It seems that jnst aa the regular gravel train, which is employed' inA hauling  gravel from Sirdar to MoNeiliio., siding,  was backing down'the track- from* Cres-  ������.  OFFICE���������TELEPHONE CENTRAL BLOCK.  PHONE 1.  adopt liquidfuel  for thtfr navies, but i March lost.   The sides of the fiddle are  I probably the principal reason, has been  made of red cedar ond ^ard maple, while  r  LUMBER  :\  SAWMILL AT CRESTON, B.CJ  Laths,  Shingles,  Brick,  Lime  Doors,  Windows,  'v:y'l!Rp^h':a^ v; Pressed LLum ^i\  the fact that heretofore it was'almost  impossible to be assured .a sufficient  supply under all and any circumstances.  This diffiouly is fast being overcome, the  result being as above stated. ,  The advantages in liquid oil over coal  are so many and so varied that it would  bo diffioul fc to enumerate them all. First  of all from a naval standpoint, is efficiency,  It has been demonstrated by a number of vessels in tho British and American  navies, on whioh the test hasbeen made,  that tho efficiency of on oil fired vessel  oan be increased from 5 per cent, to 8  per oent. by the uso of oil a? against  Declared Insane  the top of the instrument is tamaTao.  The fiddle produces Use music snd is in  all respects a flrst-oless violin.  W. Burton of the Burton hotel, certainly deserves credit for the manner in  which he has renovated the hotel since  he purchased it. The now bar room  facing on Fourth street is nearly finished  and is 24 by SO feet. The bar is beautifully panelled in artisiic designs, while  the baok bar will have over 150 feet of  French plate glass mirror. All the other appointments to the bar room aro in  keeping with the handsome bar. Thero  will also bo a couple of sitting rooms  near tne bar room on the first floor.  The man Edward Brier, who was recently committed by Magistrate Johnson  in the police court to tbe Nelson jail for I  esamisatian as 'to his mental condition,  has been by the Nelson physicians declared to be of unsound mind and has been  taken to the asylum at New Westminster by Provincial Constable Jensen, who  left here on Wednesday for that purpo30  ton with the empty cars and just as.-ic  W������3 some two miles from here the train  ran into a cow whioh was struck by tho  caboose, the animal being dragged fully  300 feet along the track. The body of tho  animal  someway managed to get under  the wheels of the caboose and  derailed  it, tumbling it over the embankment to  nearly 100 feet below.   As the caboose  left the track the couoling broke, leaving  the rest of the {ysAn on the traok.   Just  as the caboose waB going over the embankment  a brakeman   named Frank  Hargrave. who was sitting up in the  cupola of the caboose, would have been  carried to certain death' with the caboose  if it had not  happened that he was  caught in the telegragh wires and thrown  fully sixty feet'm the opposite direction,  striking the   ground directlyA batween  two large stumps.   The engine at once  brought the injured man baok to Oreston  where he was treated by Dr. Henderson  and later Saturday night was taken to  the Oranbrook Hospital.   The injured  man is hurt internally but will likely  recover*  On Sunday morning while a gang"  of men wereat work in trying to raise  the caboose that had gsne over the' em=  bankment, the derrick, which they were  operating in. someway managed to tip  over and is now also at the bottom'of the  dump along with the caboose, so now it  has been fonnd necessary to' tend to  Lethbridge for a regular wrecking train  in order to raise the caboose and derrick  to the track. It is stated the accident  wasnooba's faulfin particular as the  fact that the caboose struck* the.oow; was  the sole cause ot the derailment;'.and  this might happen at any tim^ with any  train.  +���������***������������������������������������  ���������mmc������m  Complete    Stock   of  ROUGH   and  DRESSED LUMBER  mmmmm  tmmmummm  coal *, there being no necessity to shut This hotel when finished will be second  down furnaces ������������������ to got rid of clinkers,   to none between Nelson and the Alborta  ashes and other refuse loft from tho f uol. lino.  A Boooud reason for increased efficiency  is the steady even heat V made possible  byoll.resultingina steadier steam pressure, and Increased life and safety to tho  boilers,   ,  Another   very   irapoitnnt  featuro is  storaRO,room, oil Btowing in about 6  por oont of the space of coal, tou for ton.  The problem of coaling a worship at aoa  is a most serloaB one, and can be dono  only under most favorable ouronuin lances, nud in fair weather; as against thia,  there Ib ou record an instance of a British bnttloship hn,vln0 hor tankn fllliid by  an ollor, In four hours v time, COO miles  from Bbore whllo steaming nt the rate of  11 knots   ou  hour, in , ooroparltlvoly  rough water,   Had sho been taking on  coal, lt was posniblo both aho nud tho  collier would have sought somo land-  locked harbour, a two days' trip, ond  would havo--required 84 hours to coal,  U hours to clean ship, nud two days to  roturn to placo from which it started, a  net Ions of she days.  Mrs. J, Heath and fomiy arrived in  CreBton the end of last week from the  old country. During the voyage they  experienced somo rather rough weather.  They wore accompanied by Mr. Stark  who will likely make a prolonged visit  in the Creston district.  Frank Broderick has mosB roses now  out in bloom in his garden, near tho  Presbyterian ohuroh; also olhublngrosos,  folly four foot in height.    These were  Born���������On the 30th inst., to the wife of I pn* in as smali slips last spring from the  J. R. Soott, a sou. j Oregon Nursery.   Who onn beat thia?  Advertising British Columbia  The Review is indebted to Mr. J. S.  Dennis, Assistant to tho 2nd Vice-president of the O. P.* R. at Calgary, for a  couple of ooples of the pamphlet recently  issued by the O. P. R. on the natural resources, advantages and olimate of B.C.  This pamphlet has over 80 pages and  contains some valuable maps. This  work of tho O. P. R. cannot fail to do  good, and tho efforts of this big oompany  should be fully appreciated by the oitl-  I s-ons of B.O. at largo.  ^tnptAttention SatisfactionGumnttea  JE,e ud Figure withyouan that Building  <&0yBOX24  . ���������'���������>.''  ���������AJ  AX X$-A  The Watson Bros, havo nearly completed tho contract for olearing tho flvo-  noro plot for J. Bllnco,    PrActioally all  the Item havohw.li pUatod, con*UUug of  npplon, plams andohorrlas, boddos Innn-1  morablo berry boshes.   This plot of land |  is, iroju pruseiit appoarouoo*, u������wtlsi&i .to  become one ot the com*in������ show pU������a  oHhe Orciton district. THE   OUESTON,   B.C.   UEVIEW.  Ia  IA.  222EEE  .*Sffli>8.IJii|*^Wr������"  common door stops whieli screw into  the wainscoting to prevent doors striking the wall, and screw one on to the  bottom of each table lep. This raisy-*  the table about three inchss and makes  il much more convenient for the tall  person. Tho door-stop3 look like finished portions of the legs, are neat and  could not lie detected as being other than  parts of the legs themselves. They can  be bought for a few cents and screwed  on in five minutes.  Cleaning Hint.  I have noticed so often in the papeis  where people are told to clean spots  from clothing with ammonia. They  should always try it ou a piece of the  goods first to find out if it 5s colored  with a vegetable or chemical dye, as it  may change the color of the goods. Unfortunately I discovered this when trying to take a spot from a blue wool  gown. The ammonia turned the  to a vivid green, thus spoiling a  dress.  Old  Blankets.  Wash  and   patch,  cover  with  cheese cloth, tack, and you have ft better  summed cover than you can buy.  blue  good  ..-lute  THB NEW COSSET.  An Expert Tells of its Evolution and  Its Importance.  An expert, writing in the New York  American, haa this timely information  to set forth regarding the evolution of  the corset j  The old French proverb that a, woman,,  it   she   would   bo   of   good  appearance.  offset the- pressure of the modish  straight coiset, as it seems to completely t������l������o tho place of that always bothersome contrivance.  In several of the newer models ave  really ingeniou-. novelties in the shaping of the long cor������et skhts, some of  ���������which arc sla-hed or have insertions of  elastic to provide tlte amount of give  which is imperatively required when the  wearer chooses to sit down.   "So less in-  must be well gloved and well  shod, is .      ^^ 5s tbe arrangement and distribu  correct as far a* it govs: but in th*s<?  days it is even more important that she  shall be well corseted.  Fortunately, human skill and inventive  genius are solving the problem oi con-  ���������vciting the corset from an instrument  of torture into a. garment oi comfort as  tiou of the 2iuuv*r<u-,s hose supporters  reminding one of the extreme French  style-?, whereby the acme of straight  sler-demess is reached.  These are only a few of the manyiui-  provenient^ which ingenious American  corset  makers have    recently    devised.  well as of grace and beauty, and never, Tfev i3dicate that the evolution of the  has so much been accomplished aiony ^ 5nto a g^^t of health and  th!3 line as during the last two year, cf ' .e ^      rJ idIv accomplished. and  strenuous striving for sylphlike slender- j fr r    *    -  ness.  In the ultra styles, French models still  hold the lead. But ultra styles are pleasing and possible to only a very few women ; so thp French corsei. so far as American women are concerned, is to-day  but little more than a recollection.  The true Parisian corsets, such as are  made to order by the great coutouriers  expressly for wear with a given costume,  woik and pull the entire garment in so  setry, but the ready made French corset,  as produced for the American market,  is. as a rule,' simply an American model  indifferently copied and rather poorly  made.  Of course, the woman who can have  Fnquin, Worth or any of the other great  arbiters of fashion make her corsets with  her gowns will secure a high degree of  comfort as well a3 grace, but for the  great majority of womankind American  corsets are far better���������quite as stylish,  more comfortable and decidedly more  durable.  Corset models for this season show* no  radical changes in their general lines.  Slcndcrness of figure has been and always will bo aimed at. The very stiff,  straight lines have given place to moderate-curves. The long skirt, with its  many Iiobij supporters, is hn ever-present  feature.  The problem of achieving extreme compression below the waist line without  dnngor of physical injury has given cor-  sat makers much concern, and is being  solved in various ways. Most long corset* have a tendency to stretch around  the bottom and across the abdomen,  whieli sometimes quickly destroy the  usefulness of an otherwise perfect corset. This is overcome in a very recent  model, scon in the shops for only a few  weeks past, which has nn ingenious device composed of strong front tabs that  extend from the waist lino downward  anil across ouch other like a pair of suspenders, being thon hooked to tho bottom of the Hkirt at the opposite side,  where the hose supporters take up> the  work and pull thro entire garment in ho  snugly thnt pounds of flesh Bccm to have  vanished. This particular model is made  of a very new fabric called corduroy  batiste, which, though .wonderfully firm  nnd Rtrong, is nearly as light ns not, yet  will not give and net out of shape like  the ordinary batiste.  Another recent model, especially suit-  nhle for women of stout figure, Is mado  with a semi-elastic bund or belt which  i*. so cffcctlvo In supporting the ftbdomon  and neutralizing tho evil effects of tight  lncing that it lias won the favor of many  physicians who have hitherto opposed  thi������ won ring of any corset.  This new cornet has naturally found  quick favor with women who have been  compelled to wear an abdominal belt to  gi\4* the  thi  real reason whv the centre of  corset   industrv  is     being  transferred from Paris to New York.  FROCK   FOR  THE   SMALL    GIRL.  A dainty little dress is pictured  here, designed for cloth or silk material. Hand embroidered touches  figure here arid thero, and a quaint  touch is the broad soft ribbon sash  tied at tho left side.  LITTLE HELPS.  Tender Feet.  Many people are troubled with 'tender  feet. The following is a permanent nnd  harmless cure*. Boracie- acid, two parts,  two pnrtn. of magnesia, powdered, one  part of French chalk. Sprinkle In  ������������������hoes. :  Health Rule.  By drinking a glass of cold water  every morning immediately after rising  ond*just before, retiring, this relieves a  disordered stomach nnd liver, or tho  chronic constipation from which so many  persons suffer. ,    ,V  Cooklns He'fpf '  Onclinlf hour before meal time tako  macaroni or rice, In fnet,. nny cereals,  cook for five minutes, then cover tightly,  net In hot water. Tt will ho thovoui/hly  cooked, lighter, and nicer tluin any other  way.  Kitchon Table.  The ovilinnry kitchen table 1������ too low  fnv lull peoplo to work on.    Tako four  CHILDREN'S   SOCKS.  This seems io be ear'y for them."  But the shops are aiready displaying  ihem.  They come from France aud Germany.  And* are mado of sheer cotton ov lisle.  White ones are veiv prettv for woo  tots.  Ton is cool looking, too.  Those in solid color with plaid border  tops are dainty.  "White ones "with pink, tan or blue  bands arc youthful looking.  Then there hi������ black ones with gay  plaid tops.  And thoy cost but 25 and 50c a pair.  VOGUISH SPRING FABRICS.  Bioadcloths, of course.  Tweeds and homespuns, too.  Satin cloths  are pretty.  Diagonals are fashionable.  Hopsacking, bosket weaves, coverts,  ���������seiges and cheviots are used for spring  top coats.  Henriettas, eoiicmiesj crepes, voiles  and challis for graceful little houso  dresses.  Marquisettes, striped voiles, grenadines and silk poplins for more elaborate gowns.  o ������ ������  Anecdotes About Lincoln.  Mo douot you boys have all read the  stcry of the time when Lincoln, walking  with a friend, met a negro, the negro  lifted his liat to the two men. Lincoln  lifted his hat in turn to  the negro.  '"Why did you do that?-' asked Lin-  coin's friend of the President.  ''Because," was the reply, "I cannot  afford to be less polite than a negro."  Xow, can we boys, whether we're  white or black, affcid to be less polite  than a hero?  1 Lincoln was once a. "hired man." He  j was not afraid to turn his hand at anything: we do not read of his ever looking fastidiously around when there was  anything to be done aud saying: "That's  nat my work; let Bill do it.'  Can we, boys, afford to be daintier  than a hero.  Now, see here, boys, this isn't preaching; it is just common se7ise. The heroes  we all admiie are tha all-around, good-  natured, willing, brave fellows, who do  the ordinary things so well tliat they get  into the habit of doing things well; arid  when, the time comes, to do A anything  great they just do it from force of habit.  Start in arid watch your chances.  When Lincoln visited Fortress Monroe,  in 1863, his attention was called to a  narrow door, bound with iron, the use  of which he waa anxious to learn.  "What is this", ho was asked.  "Oh, that is the sweat box," was the  reply. "It is used for refractory sailors,'  A man in there is treated to a big dose  of steam heat and lias very little ventilation. It brings him around pretty  quickly."  Lincoln, ever merciful, demanded that  he -ho allowed ,to try the treatment to  which thousands ., of American sailors  wove subjected yearly.  Taking off his hat���������for ho-was several  .inches over, six feet in height���������he entered the inclpsu'rc, which lie found to be  littlo more than three feet in length or  width. At a signal, from him the door  wns to be opened. It was then closed  nnd thn steam turned on. Ho had been  inside hardly three minutes before tho  Hignal was gi von. President Lincoln had  experienced something . ho had never  known hod existed before. Turning to  Secretary Welle*, ot, the Navy Department, ho ordered that uo such enclosure  ns the sweat box should ever bo nllowod  on nny vessel flying the American flag.  The:G/rl  oii  the  Cover,   y  /^SSKb  BomellmoB hlio wenm a picture hut, adorned  with purpto ohorrlop.,  Thnt matoh tho Bcwlot cover of tho parasol  Alio carries*. '���������''���������     "'  Sometimes aho'a. clad In -jlnauani, ot n elmplo,  rurnl color, .    ���������;  Ami lenns'upon ft naydtaoU like our littlo  friond, Mand Mullnr-- -, Y- ,-.,;���������������������������-,  Hut whether in the sny union, or nt the toot-  (bal fltuno, , : ;   '������������������}  Tlio dlmplo* just bononth hor noun loolcu nl-  wnym tho anmo, ';,..<���������.',-,.  Soroitlme* Bho simply rolls In -wcnltlv, and  ,    In a. limousine . ,  . _ ���������  alio ninkcic'tha crowded nvonuo n truly nfU:  llant aoonpi  AkiiIii uho twrohoa on tlio roof of aomo ������Uy*  Hurnpor tall, - -   . *  And lean* above tlio APnco below with half  a mllo to fall���������  But whether In n subway enr or on a rapun-,  tain poalc,  you'll know her by tlie dimple In Iho south*;  wort of her check,  MODISH PAR IS HA"18.  Wreath-trlmmod straw huts fneo d with llgurod satin or nilk aro very  smart. Occasionally ono ������oos tho u wderbrlm of stray on a hathvoovorea.  hat. Poothors aro much worn, and a ro uHuivlly Mst on near tho back ol  tha hot. A dominant feature In new nrldo'hftti Is tho tiirn������d-up brim���������'  4L ia always turned back from tho f two at some polni ox oth������,  She often iilnnilu upon thn t������;e,  her hand,  tn  Of  %������  brnaele In  enn   never  formed leo,    hor,  ROiitlomon    dash  i  ntiliudiw   thnt  uiidoriunnrti  alclmt  nloiiK tlie now  tippet fly In st frco,  While hft������<Uomft   nketlnu  inndly lu lior lee���������  lint whetnor mtddt tho p������nturo������ nweot,  or.  In tho clty'm din,  ou'll roconnliio the dimple off to mtnrhoord  of her obln.  Ono tiny I mot thn/bnlrt upon n, trollev onr,  Aiivt   mnrinured   tiulto  ,per*uadlnj{ly,   vTr������y  tell   nio  wiiii you wio,  Artil why you liavji m mnny olothe/i, nnd uo  fh*������ mnny plnrt?*,  And rteeornto your <riwiie*~i������������)th no ninny dlf-  feront srnwest"  Bh* ���������Mitt "Vm only ���������nnlnted; In thoiwj ������lmn������;lnK  <rlotho������ ������nd tot&fttm,  Vm tho tmodei for the cover* at the Intent  il,    ,1,     F|,*     >���������        .,    U,        ������������  'iliiin* hiiH bri'ii ii bi|i, iui'ieiiHii In the,  ttrodnctloti of stilt In thn XT������������H������d Bttites  il, iho last ten yemra, CIoko to 2B,000,-  000'hn.rrels yter������ prniltifjei! In tlds country last year, which was lit oxceiis of  ������ny much period prnvlou*".  A fresh epidemic of cerebral meningitis has broken out iii .Jerusalem and  lias assumed moro serious shape than  tliat of last year. The molality K  very high. The outbreak U to be' attributed lo the wretched home Siurouiul-  inga and dense ignorance of hyjjien'u'  principles pievailing in tho Holy City.  Ire-land has never at any time had an  Influx of immigrant-?. The .Tc\v(* sue the  only immigrants, and they are not many.  The Ottoman Jews are pushing foi'h  their patriotic efforts on behalf' of t'm  navy with great energy. As imul  Saloniea is at tho head of the movement. Their aim is to raise a fund  suficicnt to purchase an armored cmi������er  that should be called "Israel." Al! the  tlewislt newspaper have combined t>  issue a special ''navy number" to be i n-  titlcd "La "Rennissauci* .Tuive." This will  contain special aitich's on all mittfis  eonctMiitng tho hUtory, oiganiKitlcm.  customs, literature, etc.  Se\ouil interesting exhihiis will find  a place in (he .Jewish Museum wh'e'i  is to l>c catablUhed at Cracow. 0'ie  of them will be a Scroll of thr> Luv  written about the year 1300 for thi*  Jewish Congieg.ii.ion at "Ratisbon. A  long while aeo the Sephor became the  propeity of the Cracow University.  which has now presented it to tnr  museum.  Palestine now posscsse*. a Jewish  veteiinary surgeon���������the f'ist J?w ti  adopt this profession. Mr. I. Sv.n=>  now is the son of a colonist of C":i>j-  darah. Ho studied the art in Pu'.-  and hao now established hiniwl: jn  llaiia.  In Bagdad there are 30.0!>i) Jews, abcil  si quarter of the whole population. *M>*S.L  of them art* descended fiom thp Bibyio"  isin exiles; others trace tWir oiijcin f>  the expulsions from Palestine th it fallowed the Crusades.  A great impression was created at  Smyrna by the participation of th������ Jew-  in the funeral ceremionee of the Metropolitan of Smyrna. The Jewish coniuuin-  itv v.*.is repieseuted 'by Rabbi Ben-S^'ior.  who recited a memoii.il prayer in the  church.  At the time of the latest census tha  Jewish population of Algeria numb-ied  64,G-i5. ".Chose figures show the muube:  of Jews had doubled in tluity ye*u^.  Mose3 I. Brione, who came to Woree-  ter. Mass., recently from Ireland, wha: e  he lived for nine years, says thoie nr:-  more Jews in Ireland to-day than tluie  are in many New Kngland e'ties, and  that the number is growing every y^a*-.  The Jews and Irish got along veiy veil  together, lie says. There arc in demonstrations against the Jews by the Irish.  The Rothschilds luve bails .i Je.w-.-n  hospital in Safed.  Al. Kicardo Levi has bien appoiucu  Ch.ur itagisciai ot t^e Auxed wu:. or  .-iyi������.ai iii Auvanurid, Egypt. li. Levis coaipaiatively young, aad i**' the oniy  Jcwteh official in the Court of Appeal.  The Lvigislatuie of Maryland h.i������  elected lsadore iiayner, ior the seco.iu  term as lepresenuiuve fiom liaryhuul.  When Miss Euginia Gianat. and AdjH  iK.alb, of the City of Mexico,���������'.-;wanted cj  get married, they had to g<������ all ilie 'w.iy.  to Sau AiitonioiTexas, to-fihd a Jewjsii  minister to Vunite thehi iyaccqidiny to  Jewish law and custoni..Ay    ;;V.  The annual report of ; the American  Jewish Agricultural and .Industrial Aid;  Society contains A statistif*.-,A a-iiowiii';'  that in the ten years of its existence thi  society has granted loans totalling $7*5)0,-  416.0*2 to 1,405 . farmers who cun.luc:  1,'253 farms sacttered over twenty-four  States and Canada. ������������������  Michael Furst, a lawyer of Brooklyn,  and preminently, identified with tho,  Brooklyn, charities and the Young Men's  Hebrew Asoscidtion, has been appointed  an aqueduct commissioner of city by  Mayor Gaynor.  The International Jewish Homo for  Consumptives has elected Mrs. VJ. AB.  Greonhut," of Now York, to its Board of  Directors���������sho being the first woman to  hold the position.     ���������  A now sect, counting many Jews  among its members, has boon formed in  Tiflls, ltussia. Tho Half-Wockers, or Zol-  Nodcll, as they call 'themselves':-In '.Ku's-  sian, touch that only three days and; a,  hnlf of every week ought to. he-devoted  to work, the rest should bo given up to  recreation and tho recuperation of tho  strength loit In labor. A A  Tho Jews of Aleppo have largely increased In recent years, numbering/it-is  estimated, nearly 10,000 souls at the,  'present day.  , The will of Captain Julius Friedman,  who ten years ago left almost $1,000,000  to Jewish San Franselso -charities'7'.is  about to ,bo contented on the ground  that thu bulk of the estate was Jofli to  a charitable 'Institution. .  .   ; ,  Tho United llohrbw Trades, this Jewish union, announces that on May .1; fully 80,000 Jewish workmon in Now -York  oity will go on strike, Those Include tho  Jewish cloak makers, clothing and umbrella makers, human hair workers nud  kosher snusngo butohors, Thoro liro'unid  to bo 8,000 kneo pants workers on strike  '.at the proHont time.  A, P. Fresco, tho editor, of tho Jowleih  periodical Tempo, which appears In Constantinople, hns mndo himsolf obnoxious  Witli hia constant denunciations of Zionism. A certain Hal porn of Jaffa, a meal-  cub Zionist, roHortnd to vho most approved oxpedlout to silonco his opponent by  \eliallonging him to a duel,  A portrait of Osalp GtibrllowltHoh, thn  KuoBian pianist and son-in-law of Mark  Twalp, ou which un American artlbL in  Paris in working, has tho pncullnrity of  showing only tho face and hand of tho  iiuh|oct and tho iceyn of tho piano at  which.ho i������ soatod, all tho rout boiflft in  tho doopost shadow.  It is well known that thorn aro n  numbor of Hebrew words for which tho  translators of tlio IHblo could find no  equivalent in Kngllah, and which wore  uon������i)<|iit)uUy itannfcind boiiily iam O'titi  Iitr.^tpn* *** *'"* other. Tt. Im tm\<\ tliat  there nro Just thirty of thoso, Inolvidlna  such well known words ns ������������������hallelujah/?  "liehemoth/' "ishorub," Velnna'morl/!!  "Messiah," "Batan" and "shlboMh."  Words that have come Into English from  "H   . im..-. 1  . i,^tir"���������^fff", "a  Miss Ella Muriel Wood, rf Browr?  villo, Ont., eays : " Two yeai s ago I w���������  g������iii|5 into a deeliae. I coul t lismfiy S  drag myself across tho floor, I could not  sweep'the carpet. If I went, for a r'-.'j \ p,  I had to lio down when I came hack;  if I went for a mile on my wheel T was  too wealc to lifL ic through tho uatCvi ay,  and lust timo J en mo iu from hiu-in/a  spin I dropped utterly hulp'Oia ivi m  fatigao. My father would Rive mo /ro  peaeo until I secured F.SYC1IIXJ',  Auowlng iv was exc?liout for decliuu or  wo&knoKp. I lumb fuy tbo rchtilt* suo  wonderful nnd peoplo remarked my :tn-  Erovemonfc, JnBtend of a little, pule,  ollow-chcokcd. listless, melancholy'girl,  I am to-day full of life, icady for a  sleigh-ride, a skating match, "'or an  evoning paxty with miyouo,,and si few  months ago I could not strugnlo to  church, 40 rods from ray home. I have  never had tho slightest causo to fear  any return of the disease."  ������ j,  r  For sale by all Druggists and Dealers,  50c ard $1.00  Dr. T. A.   Slocum Limited,  Toronto  essa.   ss;  ES3t*@E5B i  FORES THE APPETITE  Hebrew by Avay of the Greek tongue include" "amen," "manna," "rabbi," "Pharisee,", ''Saducce" and "Sabbath."  The death is announced in Chicago of  Mr. Aaron Katlinsky, one of the oldest  and among the most respected Jewish  pioneers of that city. He died at the  age of 93 years, following a few days of  illness.  The Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society of  Trenton, N. J., has announced that it  will purchase a property in the very  near future for the establishment of a  home for aged Hebrew women.  The tuberculosis fund of the United  Jewish Charitable and Educational Society of St. Louis, Mo., is now Sj*C0,4Q0.  A Zionist society has been formed in  Singapore.  The national conference of Jewish  Charities will be held in St. Louis, Mo.,  some time during the week of Mav  19-20.  The Baltimore Hebrew Benevolent Society has opened a free legal aid bureau.  A Hebrew Labor Lyceum is planned  for the 70.000 members of the United  Hebrew Trades of New York.  The annual Chicago charity bail in aid  of the Marks Natham Jewish Orphans'  Home netted the institution over SS,000.  A few years ago only two or three  steamers Entered Jaffa harbor weekly.  Last year 6S4 steamers entered, 204 being English, 106 Russian, D9 Italian, 91  American and SO French.  HEATED VANS.  Rural   Districts     Solve     the  Transportation P*-n**i  The Cynical Observer.  Siibtle humans are like crabs���������who  knows whether they are coming or going?  The woman who believes her lover to  be unlike other men understands neither the sex nor the man.  L\ery man seeks his ideal woman, but  heaven only knows when he finds hoi*���������  he never does.  y More often l^r liis choice of lies than  by truth does a .man reveal himself.  All, the brief and unctious self-confidence 'of those whohaye not yet been  !found outlAA' V ,"."'���������''���������''  ��������� After-a-While is a luring road leading  ytOyXot-A-t^Uy-A'yA-'-'VV  A^-^ildricftl)aveiiipbrt^in;;April Smart  ���������Set.    -������������������Xy?A''A-X'.y.A"r' ' ���������''���������'���������   -''   '"''''���������'���������*'' ''  Kansas  School  In many sections of Kansas tho small  boys and girls living on the farms, have  had to tiamp from one to three miles  through the mud  and  snow to' school.  Now the plan of combining small country districts about one graded school  and providing comfortable transportation for the chiidicn is spreading lap-  idly.  The consolidated school is the dissolution of two or more districts and tho  formation of a large one with a graded  school in the centre. This makes the  tiansportation problem an important  one. and in all consolidated school districts the tax levy is made largi; enough  to pay Tor hauling the children to school  and back home. A waqon is often purchased by the district and a contract  piven to seme farmer to'do the hanlirljr.  Sometimes the farmer takes a long  time contract and buys hi3 own wagon.  If a farmer desires "to haul his c>yn  children to school the district pays him  a certain amount for doinjr it or neighbors may club together and turn over  this money to one boy. who drivo<s the  team each das and takes care of it and  sees that the children get to scliool1* all  right and safely home. But the most  common plan is" the use of a big covered  and Rlass "* inclosed wagon with au oil  heater inside.  Figures pomniled by the state superintendent o*t inaU*u>2ticn show that,the  o-hildrcn  do   better   work   and   in *le=s  time than under the old methods.   The  statistics on file in the office al-o show;  that even  with this great hauling expense the actual cost to the' taxpayers-  i* less in consolidated than in separate '  districts.    Better teachers arc employed  and higher salaries paid, but there -i<*. a  larco  reduction     in fuel, repairs   * and  maintenance of the larger ���������building'ythan ..  in several smaller structures.-^ ��������� Bpston-  'Globe.A ���������.'���������:���������    V y ���������"���������"������������������'.���������'��������� /��������� '-xXy..,.> ;.yyV AyyVAyA;  .-:.A ��������� ...--���������raA-*^> ��������� '..'.���������'   ���������:'.--���������''Xy  Killed   iri   Mines.  %i:  During the year lflOR no :;les:s'j:than'X  G.S01 men were killed or injm^dvjiv tlifr -i  mines, of.. tlie^.UnitcdvS.^At^.,'i--^r^%li'a,^'J  2,000' were^fcill^?^  Per.,  3  . .���������   PInK Byei epizoonei';;;;  Suro cure nnd posltlvo preventive, no matter how r.orsen at sOnr'WW a'.j j  Infected or "exposed.'' X.louiaiffivon*ln tlio.^nsrue: acts on^thoyBlood .and I  QlnndB,expelstKopolRonousirermafromtho body.^^ C������u^Platempin-iaJ������>������M. yP  and Sheep and Cholera In JVoultrj,'.��������� 1,'arffiwt ficiUitir lly*;������ttiolc tcsmHsr. p���������������*yt  La Grlppo amonir human beliutrf an.d I������ afinii--KWaisyrfuwcOy. ^"n>������ ��������������� .^  Ijottlet $6and HI a iJozen. C������t tliis out.v.K������op iu SKo\y.t������ jrour druirKlfit,  wlio wUl ect It tocy<S������i.   Free Uuoklut, ���������'*i'Pli*t.ep*p*r.'.'iPa.������'������e*i.a������d Curns."  DIOTRIBUTOBC-ALL WHOLER^te.DR'UOG'STS      f       :. V;,'3  spohn Mfehic������*"''cha-r.Kafti������ti^  HANDSOME WATCH FREE.  !A Qehtslpr Ladios' Solid Gold Watch costs from ���������"Baa,  to dS0������ Do notuirowyour monoy away. It: you deairo  to secure a WaWb which to. keep time and last well will  Thoynro the fircatost.remedy on'carthtor-tl'.ti.curo of  Boor and Impure blood, indlgostlon. ln<iidiiCtjiti, ccuiF,t|-  atlon.ncrvouo-troubles, llvor* bladder and klrluey d|s-|  oaiiOB, nnd .nil femiilo woaUneasos: thoy nro the Great  Blood. Purifier,andJn*vlKorator,a (Irnnu Tonic und: blfo I  Builder.. With tlio Pills wo send io articles of Jewelry to I  8lvo away witli tlio pilliu-Uils.maKcB them easy to noil,  his Is tlio olinnoo of a lifetime.  l)o notmlss It.  B������ndu������  your onicrnud wo will send you tho io box<\8, post, .paid,  Whtin.yon havo sold thom Bond us tho money (������2.i^> and  THE DR. MATURIN MEOICINK: CO.  his is tlio olinnoo of a lifetime.  i)o notmlsn It.  ir order and  ion vo������ have  wo will Bend you  A GENTS Of LADIES WATCH  ,- tlipitnmqdayOiomonSy^ooolvod^^^^^  vWo aro;������lvliiK;ttie8o uoautltnl "Watciics to advortlso  our lluiueilfui**.. 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Mrs.    Hiiory
-"Love," said Mrs. Hilary'Burlash, "is i
ihe  great selfishness  that    passes    as
She out down her tea-cup with a
alight rattlo and the Infant stroked
his slight moustache and finished un-
"There are many kinds of lovo," he
suggested. '
"True," replied the widow, "but all
proceeding from the parental selfishness. When- ! Burlash married me he
loved me, hut he didn't marry me to
make me happy. That, probably, waa
included'[in ^ .the programme, ��� bu* ^ifc
was not' tho ^ chief thing. He wanted
me because he thought I was essential
tc* his happiness, That's selfishness, isn't
it. Yet hinety-nino out of a hundred love
matches are *o�� this description."
"But there is ��� unselfish love," argued
the Infant who bore the name of Viscount Hardalade.
"Ia a long experience I have never
met, it," eadd the pretty young widow
of thirty, and for a moment her eyas
-Cell.; .     ���"
Tlie   Infant's  cheeks   were    crimson.
Ho glanced   nervously round    the large
dras.wing-room;    they had    the big bay
window to' themselves.
He 'pulled his chair nearer.
"I .wish you were not such a cynic,"
The wi^ow elevated her eyebrows.
"My dear    Hardslade,    I am  not    a
oynicj    a <*ynic is a fool; one who acts
the cynic is counted clever."
'T see," said the Infant slowly. "I'm
not a bit clever, Mrs.. Burlash; everybody tells me I'm an awful ass. I expect you'll think me    one when I have
told you what, I am "
"Here comes Lady Murchiaon," said
the >. widow sharply. The young man's
voice had risen, and two or three people had" turned their heads. 'I want
to have a little chat with her, yosfc
between two old women, you know,"
then,added with a smile as the Infant
rose to hi* feet blushing furiously
with a mute appeal in his eyes:
"Coma and see me to-morrow afternoon."
The 'boy's face lighted up joyously,
and holding her hand for a few minutes more than neoessary ho darted
off to another part of the room, and
soon afterwards left Lady Murchi-
eon's house and betook himself Pic*
oadillywards in a whirlwind of excitement and suspense.
(.Lady Murchiaon, a corpulent lady
with a kind face and the homely
manner of a farmer's wife, seated
hjerself ,beside the young widow.
\"W*gn't that Nyoung^ Haadslad^
aha asked.
��� "Yes,"    said
Lady Murchiaon was silent tfo^ ,a
few moments, then she blurted out
" "Po you care for him, Phylis?"
* "The widqw fenced the question.
"Refy ar young idJot/^bursfe-out the
elder woman Warmly. Thsa.sha laid her
hand on the widow's shoulder.
t,"Now dofi't he of fended at whafc^I
am going to say, Phil; we ar�� old
friends, bo I am going to speak my
mind. Before you arrived from India
a .., few v weeks < ago young . Hardslade
made violent lovo to Peggy Lorlaton,
everyone" thought the ' engagement*!
vfould *' be* announced "in" due course.
Now poor Peggy, who is head over
heels in 'ilove. with ' him;,<<������ is brolcen-
ijoiirww. Jigsaw,.her ''yesterday, nand
she looked a were'shadow of herself,
poor, child. �� "Now, if you oto onlyf
playing f/with ^thls boyv abandon the
game; tyou are^making a iworse idiot
of liim than "natur��'"alreadyL inode him,
and you're breaking tbo heart of one
of thfe' best * littlo glrlo that' ever
lbreathed." , '
i It was about' the longest speech that
"Lady Murchiaon had over delivered,'
and at the conclusion sho sat gasping
for breath, her Bhrewd, kindly eyo3
fixed on her friend's face. .
! The widow's careless, half-cynical-
imlle had vanished, and the blue eyes
looked troubled.
i "flillj; glrll";   Bho said at length, with
moro pity than scorn.
�� "No man ia worth Jit.**
| "You    haven't    answered    my  quca-
tion," insisted    her hostess    who, having screwed,   up hor   courage to mako
the attack; 'was   dotorminod     not   to
,....;���': Mrs.: Burlash  did   not answer direct-
'���-���;���: :|if��'::.'': "ttio". '.ivhiltci',     well-shaped      flngoro
A word bating a iiotool<*,8 tattoo on the
yA-..-V4mtJl-:.'toble.y';--'(;V'';.l:vy.-:'.-.V-.       -;:. ./'' ���������;.; .-
,;.���..���wtfjaipX*MM��<^tio niMi "yoii have
boon frahlcwllfh tne. with your brutal
���iranknowi that la 10 rofrftahlng, and I
-.''-wlll,''.'b0':;Ffrahk;,'wit?h-.,you.'.''; I rather liko,
A1   iwurjgHardslado*    ho lm* a tltk* arid;
tits htia;wn��y, lioth of which    oohi*mo-
y   Wb\ti/hm toiAatt^lqn^Ar^Aa'^y^wtig:
A  the beggarly   pittance of   thro*     hun-
V     dwd, a -year.'''.Without egotismy%:^think
':,'���-. I   nuty flay   ho Is dosntiratbiy,lh lovo'
with m�� and la going to   propose    to-;
,   SfaoVroH*/"'��� Mtornjrfnn' ' I havon't''"de'cMtid
..; my ahswor yofc;   of   course h6 Is" vory
-    JOTWg.tiF;*#d"r^^ ,
-������     thews- aro other''���co��fiWliai,i(^hs'.,-f.vA*^j!rt'
��>lng to think about It, but I'HVpront*
0 you I.' won't flirt and bifeak p*o.
yyj..;WB;h��art8.��'; v-: y'y..'';., V'-' Ayy ;';���������;
'-.'.:..:- yT ^-T. ' Xy ��, ' * * -��� ,-''��� .'���' * ���'- ' !',:.' % ' ��� :'��� Pi
xyY ,;,v,Tn*s'''.lnfan1i was   staring tlaaiodly*   at
*^llJC^>Wr ^SS, -CURED I length. Tnesc were gathered together,
��� >*^'fI*,,?l<0?'a ��� ^^* IN 24. HOURS I rolled up, and finally pulled out in one
.^a5-^^45?es5ly?SniOTa aw aoro, eitner    entire piece, us it was at first.   At ho
?y DV applying" Putnam's       *imt>   %.���*    4-\.a    ni>,.fnrmi>r'a    t,��n^    onmo
a letter regardless'of the fact thai,hia
breakfast was growing cold.   j.  ,"    '
"What the deuce does she mean?"
he gasped. "'Go and see Captain
Chambers at the Albany. If, after hearing what he has to say,
you wish to resume our interrupted
conversation you may como and see
me here thia afternoon. I .thoughi yoa
ought to know." ��� .- *. "   . \    > -
Tlie Infant threw vtne} ietpeT across
the table and gulped down some half-
cold coffee.
"Know what?" lie asked irritably.
"What's she "driving at? Any ,one
wonld think that she n *
He  broke  ofif   suddenft*^ '    hiis   fact**'
see '   this
���this      is
growing red and then white.
"By Jove. I'll go and
Chambers'1 Johnny at on^c
rotten!"   '    : { '    , y
He rang the bell furiously, and
when his valet appeared* cursed him
for not having "brought his boots with
In his rooms in the Albany, r -, Captain
John Chambews, of" tha* 101st Hussars,
was regarding aJittls perfumed letter,
and making very much. the same
comments as young Hardslade.
"What in the name of .all that's
mysterious does she want me to
blacken her character for?" he gasped,
reading the letter for the third time.
Dear Jack,���I expect you will receive
a visit from Lord Hardslade'very soon
after reading this. I want you to act
your part in a little comedy; hint delicately that you do not "care to say all'
that you know about me���he'll draw his
own conclusions. Don't spare me,* he is
quite a nice boy and won't talk, even
if he does it will probably assist my
social ambitions 'in these degenerate
days. I hope you won't mind. I haven't
seen you for ages. Why is it? Surely
Gerald's friend should be the friend of
Gerald's lonely widow i- -Yours very sincerely, Millicent Hilary BurlashI   I
Chambers pulled thoughtfully at his
heavy black moustache.
"I suppose she's got some reason for
asking me to. bluff this young Hard*-
dale, but hang me if I can think what
it is I She's as good a little woman aa
ever breathed; her one vice is a delight in cheap cynicism that she
doesn't understand."
"Lord Hardslade to see you, sir," said
his servant at the door, and in a "few.
minutes the Infant stepped nervously'
into the room.
"I���I feel liKe an awful ass, coming tc
see you like this," he jerked out, '.'buts
a  dear  friend  of mine,  for  some ^unaccountable    reason, has    asked me to.
do so."���
He   stopped   and   looked   awkwardly,
at ^ the big man in the chair.
"Yes," said the gentleman, eneourajg-^
ingiy.   * '   j
"Mrs. Hilary Jiuriash," jerked out the
Infant, his face crimson.
&Qi*2������&x*%PnWiPi appiyingSute
Com Extractor.  It never ouras, leave* ho scar,
HSvS&SSXS?^5 is fcanpless because composbd,
��.5iy��?i5��?llaB*Si?8%nd'&allll��8.  -siSSyyears UV
we. bottJe.s,  Softsft substitutes;  -
society as it is to-day���and ~oa!d not
ask a girl to tie herself to a crusty,old
bachelor? Would you laugh asd. dismiss
him with a cynicism, Millicent?" /J
Chambers had crossed over, and was
bending over the woman's chair trying
to- see<,ii��a*. iS/ye.
__ ''It-rjit would   depend   on  the   man,"
she ,eaid, Boftly.' - -
"I am Fthe man."    < *-
The widow said nothing, but her eyes
met his. - .
By a -Tjpeculiar coincidence, oat the,,
day'jthat Captain Chambers and'Mrs.
Hilary Burlash were quietly married
at a Registry Office off the Strand,
the , engagement was ? announced' 01 \.
Viscount Hardslade to' Miss Margaret
(JPeggy) Loriston, and rumor had it
that 'the young couple were head over
heels in love with each other.
So everyone was pleased.���By C. Malcolm Hincks, in "M. A. P."
o ����   -	
whai: slit! uu in
The  Experiences of a  Hindu Gentleman   in   South   Africa. 1
The captain graydy inclined his head, j j^lj^T
but,said nothing"'   He had resolved io    ,owoe,n
mofcje' silence*on.'his part his strong card
in the interview.
"She aaid," pursued the Infant, nervously, after a long pause, "that you
would tell me something about her.",
"I would rather not," said Chambers,
The boyish Viscount  started, - .,
"You don't mean "
Apparently    to    the   average colonial
mind a highly educated  Hindu gentlemen, a British "subject, a   barrister    of
theJuner Temple, is  identical with   a
coolj^.     He  is   regarded   as   a   "nigger"
is regarded in Carolina, and the British
Government   is  incapable  of  protecting
him against the treatment which iu a
less civilized place is the 'natural result
of such a view.    Mr. Gandhi first went
over' to South Africa to conduct an im-,
portanfc  lawsuit  in  1893.    His   earliest
experience was to be turned out   of  a
first-class railway car and ordered into
the * "van compartment,"  and  when ^.he
took  the  stage  coach he was   knocked'
down by ths driver (a Dutchman).   He
Was not admitted to the Grand National
Hotel at Johannesburg and wac kicked
off the path in front of President Kru-
gers hous^ hj the sentry.   Ia Natal he��;
found the Ministry embarking on a cam-1'
paign   of disabling   bills against native
Indians,  and here  he  started  on what
may be called his political career as the
leader of the Indian community in South
Africa.' - On his return from India, whither he had^proeeeded to fetch his wife
and children, ~a'mob of three thousand4
persons , prevented    the ship    for4 some
time from landing- their Indian passengers at "Durban. ,�� t
During (the war ^Mr. Gandhi organized
the corps of 'Indian' stretcher bearers,
which.rendered* fine service at Spion Cop
and elsewhere. This splendid volunteer
'work^ight well have been the beginning of. better relations between colon-,
ists atui Indians, but the new English
administrators were nofc sympathetic.
The insulting registration law was passed and complied with under protest, and
; the promise    te   repeal    ir ' w���h    fnnti
time had the   performer's  hands  come
near hi�� body.
How tho man who revived this trick
did ifc I cannot say positively, for he
never told me. I have heard that- he
used what is known as a "hold out," a
delicately constructed steel lazy-tongs
which, concealed in the sleeve, enables
the map who cjioats at cards to introduce a desired card into the hand or
take out * an undesirable .one. < -
It is worked by a5 lever controlled by
the^ one who uses it and is an expensive
affair. I have never tried this method,
and cannot answer for it,,but there is a
way of doing the trick that I can recom-
incnd, and that is with a ,thimble. Not
the ordinary sewing thimble, but one
made of thin brass, modeled and. colored
to represent the first joint of a thumb.
When properly made and placed in posi-
>,iiion"it is almost impossible to.detects^t
is in this thimble that a duplicate strip
of tissue paper is hidden, and it is there
they torn pieces are stowed away before
the close of the*- trick. s< It requires no
little practice to do the trick neatly
and properly, but it is worth the time
spent on'it. ' *,
One objection to the above method is
the difficulty of getting a well made
thimble, and a further objection is in the
use of apparatus at all. To meet these
objections I would suggest another
method of which every ono may avail
'   'In this method two strips of tissue
paper are used;;1 red is the better, if *a
"red can be found that will not rub off
when wet, but if that cannot be had
white will do.    The 'size is that ^already
mentioned.   The duplicate piece is plaited, not rolled, and concealed in a little
pocket made of the same paper as the
strips.    This  pocket  is  pasted  on the
back, of the  atrip, that  is  to  be  torn
about the centre.    In tearing the strip
the performer tears off one end of the
pocket, and, securing the duplicate strip,
holds it  between tno ^second and th^fd
fingers of the left hand.   When the strip
is torn into pieecs two and one-quarter
inches in length the performer rolls them
into a tiny .wad, which, he conceals between the tips of the index finger an\d
the second finger of the right hand.    '/
Holding the left palm upward, the performer places between the tips of the
v first finger  and thumb .the    duplicate
'strip 'and the wad* of torn *bits. " With
his right forefinger and thumb, which,
without calling attention to it, he manages to show are empty, he seizes one
end of the duplicate piece, and, as he
draws it out a foot 1 or so,,blows on;it.
To do this the left hand naturally approaches the monthj>cand'(into,it, jatfthe
first  opportunity, is  popped the"-littfe
wad.   With this move the trick is done,
but the performer continues, to pull out
the strip and blow on it, until its fulL
length is revealed!1' This "forna of  the
* trick, which is .explained now  for the
first time, has puzzled many professional
magicians.���From' "Methods    of    Magicians" in April St. Nicholas. <���     /
Tells How They Cure Weari--
ness and Tiredness in "    Ll
Probably, -af> remedy .has come so rapidly-* to' 'the'' Tront and is held ia such'
high*} estimation by the people of ^Shes-
brodto vas "Ferrozone." '
, Everyone is talking of the wonderful
cures; it^has made, and no one is more
enthusiastic inJ 'their praise of Ferro-'
zone than Mrs. George Ray, of No. 3
Alexander street, who writes of her case
as follows:       ��� *
"Permit..me, to say a few words concerning that grand medicine, 'Ferrozone':
"I had  lost   my   appetite.
"I was very weak.
"Had pains in my back.
"Suffered with bad digestion.
"Headaches were   frequent.
"I always felt weary.
"I commenced to use Ferrozone and
improved rappidly. Vil now feel well ���'
am cured, and am glad to recommend
Ferrozone to all my friends.
(Signed) "MBS. GEO. BAY."
If you have any of Mrs. Bay's symptoms you will be quickly cured by Ferrozone���the beat of all tonics���tbe moat
nouriahing and strength-giving. ^ Try
one or two Ferrozone tablets at meal
time���the results will surprise you; SOo
a box, six boxes for $2.50, all dealers, *. w.. , .���	
The Catarrhozone Co., Kingston, Can- J 16���Three varieties of millet
V Experiments   Wiih *|
l^Y Farm Crops
The members of the Ontario Agricultural and Experimental Union are
pleased to stat* that for 1910 they are^
prepared to distribute into every 'town-'
ship of Ontario material of high quality
for experiments with fodder,,crops, roots,
grains, grasses, clovers 'and 'fertilizers,
as follows s
Nb,  -���     *     Experiments., t '3&ota.
1���Three varieties 'of oats. ~..i   3
2a���Three varieties    of    six-rowed
,     barley   .' ,        S
2b���^Two, varieties ,< of _>. _ two-rowed
.barley. .. '. .^ ..,.' - .'...'.. '.
3���Two varieties of hulless barley
4���Two varieties of spring wheat ..
5���Two varieties*of buckwheat ....
6���Two varieties of field peas	
7���Emmer and spelt     2
t 8���Two  yarieties. of  Soy,  Soja, or
��� '?J&    ?\ Japonese^Deana *,. *     2
9���Three varieties of "Husking corn
10���Three varieties of mangels ..
H���.Two varieties of sugar beets for
feeding purposes *..   ...   .. .*
12���Three varieties of Swedish' tur
nips  3
13���Two varieties of fall turnips .. 2
14r���Two varieties of carrots   .... 2
15���Three   varieties    of     ?odd>s?  or
fodder' corn  3
. 3
. 2
repeat    ic ' was    tnen
, "I don't 'mean anything," said:*' the
captain, shortly. The whole affair jarred
him: * "Mrs. Burlash was out in India
When I. was .out there, with her husband's regiment. HeVasn't a bad*'chap/
but ha drank and drank, and the climate didn't agree, so he died young.
Mrs. Burlash was extremely popular inv^
Bombay.'*' *  *   ���""* * '        ' "  >-,*��'v-*��
Chambers paused, and then, with an
uncomfortable feeling that he had not
obeyed* the widow's request, he added:
"More I do not care to say."
< ,Tho;Infant, was silent for soma timo,
the elder man way eyeing him keenly.
'I see," he said, slowly; thon, wiping
tho perspiration from his brow; ^*By'
Gad, I've  had a narrow  escape!"
With great difficulty Chambers refrained frqiu kicking him, and allowed
hlin -to dopayt in popco.
X'SO^ 'Belgravo Square,"' was tho' Infant's command to* tho chbby' ho hailed
at Piccadilly Circus.
During the plague outbreak. of���> 1904
end: the Zulu rebellion of 1005, "afr.
Gandhi and other Indians were of great
assistance, but they did not receive any
better treatment in consequence, They
have since entered on a campaign-' id,f'
"passive re'sistanee." This ha�� cost'Mr.
Gandhi two sentences of two months'
imprisonment' among', the'* most ruffianly
scoundrels, white and black, which the
colony can produce.'*' Some -of his'experiences in prison will not bear quotations. "What must be the thought m
India xof 1 suchy-treatmenfc by a "British
colony of a refined and well educated
man, *. whose father, grandfather and
uncle iwere Prime Ministers *at native
courts" and who is only resisting & law
imposed contrary to the solemn promise
of the late High Commissioner.���Saturday Review. f,        '
,      :, PAPEfl^TEA&ING.
' '      F '-' ��� ���' 1
An   Explanation ,> of, a  Clever  ' Stag*
<  Trick 80 an Amateur Can Do It. *
' Tho 1 amateur conjuror of twenty-five
years ago who .were called upon to "do
a trick" frequently responded by tearing
up afthoot- oi cigarette papor; rolling
tho ploceB into a tiny ball,,and then re-
aJOU 5��16T ^?Ua?��, 3fM'   tho'   ,rcai'    "producing tho sheet intact a few min-
Ta ������      k;u'h?art1d ?c��8y Loriston.    Stcs late?.   This was done by subatitutr
As soou as tho hoy had departed Can-
*!*?, c.'"*m*w> Wontfpr a, long, stroll in
tno ������park, ,>and/droppod j into hS Iclub for
half an hour or so, and; thon hurried
H Katata Solid f
' W.wUl tW�� ro.Toor
>; �������olo�� of on��oi Ihoia b��M>
W*U ���ollJ gold than,
WttiVslaKMik ���ImnUUd
%xM��Bly.a��M��j-> hot,
*-��* ���*���*�����'. will'���*
i uvitwurw
MttMl WS mJm
back to thojAlbany,'he'luhehsd'tftiletly
by himsolf, and. thon' startled hi�� servant
by eondlng him put to buy. a buttoniholo.
, At half past throo, arrayed in a grey
frock ooafc; with,a deep, rod;canuiililwi
fixed to tho lapel, a glossyAstlk hat
and,,highly polished patent boots, hs
shamefooodly prosentod himsolf at Mrs.
Hilary Burlaah's flat, .r:\,-x
*A-;^^<^ly .'.i^bWoW't^f^ar,
and 'ho' had darcfully placpd his liugo
form in d particularly thin chair, he
stra>iffo.lottor, and related what had'oo*':
thnt morning, -*., yy -��� ������;;���������;-"jhyAv'y- ':
ty^ young:widow ildshod;:i;'�� '.,
, ,,,,, ir^ tho iuituro of a tost/ sho
said, quietly, keeping Hbr oyos lowered.;
1i'.i!W*!* ^ ^u ,out w tho Infant's
���WV0 toimjJW'MM groat as It appsnrod?
-rao vthori would havo beoh asbsSa' with1,
_  by	
ing a .whole ple.c^.. that was concealed
botwooh the flngprs for thoi torn'������ pieces
'Which, in turn; wore hidden in tlio mouth
whon .tlio performer protended to wot
'bis iin'gcr ��� so i as 'to ;:'bpen'-:i'6u't''ih'b'ier!ttmr
���pl^-.up, .sheet. .���������;:;j\1JyA;,f^'.':'-7V���',���'��� ,:,���.::..���', 'A;i,.', A
The trick wwas' almost forgotye'n, when
;it woo revived'* k'Vshorfc' time : ago -by a
'publio performer, lh >t shape more suit-
ahlot for stago projsontatlon,   InBtoad of
a sheet of cigatctto paper a atrip, of red
tissue paper was'used.   This,was about
an Inch Id width .and a-yard or bo in
longtli.; Baring "his ��� arms "nnd- opening
wido his fingora, to sliow that nothing
was concealed"thero. tbo performer in
qUbatlOh 'toro,'>th'tJApaper ln>Hwo.*'then,
folding thOiE^iw*" togofchor, tbrol tliom In
four, and:^o continued until nboho piece
wss.mora than two.and a half Inchon In
mmm*m*mmmt~..1,111 Iiw .irf.ii.n ,ii>imf'ii,'iIwiiii|'��^��ii*mfwww*w*^����w*��
you, andjho. .would havo boon,haro half
ittlo girl, was hoarthiro-kfuT boon
��>>d dese-r-tad Iter.",
; Thoro was afpauso
proves the falsity of ono of your pet
oynlol��m��/��. ���,,���.,'.,<; \yh::y:-v#-yf,"\l v h
"Whlohl"     ''      ���''"    ''-   ���''���"���'       ,'v
< "Thct lovo is BolfUh." VV ��������
ij mlV ^l^'^^vMrs. BtirlMh,;,wlth
* TO?J4filling liMigh, " fc;;,^k''boiiuM-,
l-MariM a tltls 'for a^��tuS*S
oauso I,wasn't sufflolontly la lovt,���� ���A'
X>'0Wl*M ..tlie, captain. HJ�� bwmasd
woo bad takon a d��*mt huaj ho looksd
up at ths filing, and thsn flxad his keSi
ffwy eyc�� upon tho 'widows law.
X "mptmlnii," M mH, rathsr hoarsslyi-
"attuposUtg a man ��&m�� to you and owai
��4 h* wm sslflih, he waa lowsly, and hss
worth.liftoff,   autyoitoff.htt, toM-rou,
��adM a#WM rapidly Uoomlng.w* old I
A Ray of Comfort When Your Clothes
Aro ScorchecJ.     '   '    /
*     *   ^ *     * .  ������
To men the flatiron^ seems a thing of
evii.L. Its use renders'the house uninhabitable one day out,of seven; it distracts woman's attention from the all
important matter of preparing food. ���'
A;- Inv conspiracy with starch it renders
clothes uncomforable, iurris^na'pkins into
'slippery bon*dV��and banishes sleep "from,
beds. Civilized, man is a slave of the
'*iremirig\ board,vrand'. the" boiled r&hik*fc>" is
(the emblem,of his degradation.
Now" the scientists say(l that ironing
has an important function as an antiseptic, says Success; that Lthe 1h>1 iron
is one^ of our leading germ Tcillers. This
instrument of torture may haVe a temperature of 260 degrees, and' that, tliey
say, is more than enough to satisfy
,tho most fastidious bacillus. In places
where '��tcrilising devices are not 'haTjdy
surgical dressings may be ironed with
great advantage, and \n. a , re eon t wc-
'portmeht clothing which had been worn
by diphtheria patients was completely
disinfected by the uso of a hot iron.
Long suffering man will note with relief that the scientists have said nothing
In defence of starch.   There has been no
vindication "of1 tho boiled shirt.    ���'
 ��� * ��'     ��� y .   .,
Coal Now^Mado from Poot.
Peat? Ib partly developed coal. -Mature
has failed to impart that enormous pros-
suro orbing frpm the deposit ;of soil
and rock upon tho decayod*- vogotablo
substanoo which Is  necessary to  com-
preBS It Into a haru inator}qJ, nor has it
been, carbonlzod^andythoV Wdtor. elimlnat-i
od by the interibr hti^t���'<>��(tlio oafrth.' A
natural upheavaV wli6r6by tho .-poat bogs \
V'ero bnried undor immonao 'occumula-
tionfl of rock and soil would nohldvo this
cad. i If, therefore, one could.- reproduce;
the oyolqot oporoctpna.-corriod out by
naiuro^'^pmiprbss tho peat, and drive o��
tho 'water, by a steady hodt, ��jpaV;>S*6ul-i:
ho tho rbsnit.-  ������    "'"������-    V;,-yM7^-^A-'AA ''���  i
Dr. Martin Kkenborr^, aAwftil IciHiwn;
Swedishtsolontlst, after manyAycarU' re-,
ecarch -fttid.coasolna*;,axpotfrnants,���������;;Jjaa;
apparently solved, tbb'problom and/haa;
produced at' thb'niariufactory^prootbd upj
on,his ,ovir��,poatfboga:in;.a\v^deii apoat
fuel which in appoaranco, combiistlblllty,'
and heat racing propprtlos <u6mpar-��a
By mlnuto wudy ofjthbfna^ural ovolu-,
tion he lias succoodod ild;' porfbotlng an
artificial proooas, thofundamoAtal-char-;
octcrinticii of. which uro ,tho .humiliation:
of the wator- ,by .boat and.jtho'appHoa-j
Strength   of   Birds.  *
Birds can eat and digest from. ten.tof
thirty times as much food, in proportion^
to their .size  as  men  can.    If  a. man
could eat> as much in proportion ,to his,
size as a 'ivparrow is able to consume,,
he would need a whole sheep for dinner,
a couple  of dozen  chickens for breakfast,  and  six turkeys   foi*( his  evening
meal.    A tree sparrow has' been known
to eat seven hundred jrrass seed's in a
day.    Relative to the bird's ^ size, these
seeds were as big as an ordinary lunch
basket would be -to a full grown man.
A bird's strength is equally amazing.
A white tailed eagle < weighing twelve
pounds, with a wing spread of six feet,
has been known tc pounce on a pig
weighing forty-two pounds, raise it to
a height of aJ hundred feet and fly
off, with it. The bird had covered a
distance of half a mile before the'pig's
owner succeeded .in shooting the thief.
Birds can and do sworle far harder than
human beings. A pair of house martens
when nesting will feed their young ones
iu twenty seconds���that ia, eaeh bird,
male and female, makes ninety journeys
to and fro in an hour, or about a^ thou--
sand a day. It must be'"rememSwred
that,on each journey,the bird' has the
added work of catching the worm.' 'Even
so tiny a bird as the wren has been
counted to make 110 trips to and from
its nest within; 430 minutes,-and <..the
prey it carried consisted of larger,
heavier and harder-tp-fight insects than
were caught by the sparrows. Among
them were SO caterpillars, lO.grasshop-'
pers, 1 ��piders, II worms and, more
than one fat chrysalis.*/    ' ' .J
17���Two varieties ol  scrgftum   ....
18���Grass* peas"cnd two varieties of
vetches i:.-.   .. 'J.'	
19���Bape, kale and field cabbage ..
20^���Tihrso ^'Varieties of clover ..:r.
'21���Testing two varieties "of alfalfa
(Lucerne) *...' ..X.
22���Four varieties of grasses .. .' J"'.:
23���Three varieties of fields peas .y
24���Tiffe�� varieties of'sweet^cor'n! I."
26���Fertilizers with Swedish turnips
28a���Two varieties of early potatoes
28b���Two varieties of medium ripening potatoes  	
28c���Two varieties of late potatoes
29���Three, grain* mixtures  for grain
production     3
30���Three groin mixtures for fodder ,,.
" prediction' .'   3
Each plot is' to be two r<41a long by
one rod wide, except No. 20, which Is to
be one rod- square. ��� * , , , . ��
Any person iii Ontario may choose any
one of the experiments for 1010 and
apply for the same. The material will
be furnished ln^thet,order 'in which,, applications are received while the supply
lasts. It might be 'well' for each -applicant to make a second choice, for fear
the first could not- be "granted. ^'All
material will be furnished entirely free
of charge to eaohyapplicant,* and ' the
produce will, of course, become the property of the person who conducts the
^      - C. A. Zavifcs,     '-
Ontario' Agricultural College, Guelnh,
(i man, witn a strong ubiikw to sooaiiy-
fet Yeast
Sold and
Used   -
*f Itf fliltott fk if t'ltiL
 Tc����*#��0**. ���   "
for tlio manufdetuvp, of giis,,irom coal.
The carbonlisod poat is dbtlllod In a dry.
rotoK/attd tlvo voIatUn constituent,, aro
seoured,? ��owbb*d; washed a4d?dried In
tho u��*o)il; way, >Mle''thft''ordinary by-
prodttots 'aro al��io obtained,
Tho gas has a high Illuminating Intensity, comparing, f^ornbly ,wlth coal gts,
Whllo the coko rosld"** Is superior to thst;
resulting from coal distillation, owing:
>4o'i-Mn low sulphur/, porwmtage. ���. Tb"'
���oolca is ominontly- adaptAd to motnlinr-
,gle*l proossios,. And,it can also 1ms u��*d
Ui plaoo of charboal to a con��ltlwahl��
yitbmtl with tho aava'ntsgti of being
W��*h*��h*a|V��r. .���������):���: ��� ,,     ;'   j
'����� IKfeiOtt Tattom���Csn't yo hslp a poor
follow wot'* had an automoblU ptus o^tt
hlmt KUnd ��*i��ntl��man-~Csrtalnlyl Hero's
a ouarUr. How did It happ��n7 JUgson
TalUrl^I wits sleeping undor a brldg*
��$i)ir^itny'^�����Mmfito Vt*wm
tt .awtvCv*��!��  ******'
Do Kg! D$se Wiih Porgatives���k
Tonic is All You Need.;
Not exactly sick ��� but not feeling
quite well. That's the way most
people feel ia the spring. Easily tired,
appetite ^fickle, sometimes headaches and
a feeling, of depression- 'Pimples or.erup-'
tions may appear,on the skin, or there
may be' twinges of rheumatism or heu-'
ralgia.. Any of theso indicate thai the
blood is out of order; that tho indoor
life 'of winter*' haj' left Its "mark upon
you, and may easily develop into- more
sorioue}. trouble.. Don't dose, yourself
with purgatives as many people'^dof, In
the hope that you can put* yoiir' blood
right, purgatives gallop j through f tho
system and weaken instead of giving
strength1;* Any doctor will t*lt you "this
is true. What you' need In the spring Is
a tonic that vyilj mako new blood and
build up' tlio'norvoB." Dr. Williams* J^nk1
1411a ia the only medicine that*'Oan" do
this speedily, safely and surely, JEvery
doso of this medicine helps make hew
blood, which clears*tho skin,'stran^hons
tho appetite, and makes tlrod^dsprasaed
cen and women bright, active and strong/
��pr,. WilUama*;PJnk PUls havoAhfa*&V
great ulcus!hg,to mo. ..Last yoar>whilliri,,I
wanA attending school T l^am,S,!'iw.1''^t��dk
and completely run down that I thought
I would ha,vo,,t<) glye.i^p going.,to schooJ,
I Was affected; witli dlzay ' spclla" ' and
would fall 'down at any time.���'���T'- got half
a dozen boxen ofDr.Willi-imA'Wnk jPj|)lls
and boforo tlioy were half goho I folt niyi
'strength returning. ' By> the time' I had
.used thom.ail,*tho dl-wsy spoils-^oro com"!
pletely gone, and I was again enjoying
feri.6d KoaltH." ������'A ��rt.yi..'.v<w'*&Pl
..'.i&old' by all ,modlo|no,,dadlprs or by
mail ,at 50 conts a box or six boxes for
MM fronni The Dr. Wllllamtf^ Modlolno'
Co.v BrockvilIo,(Oiit.,', .-.. ���t.,uA;��:<yA[
%....^.^  i^ i, $. ���....
WIfslsss'-'TolsphbnVi'*-''7 "''A"|,; .
* Kxporlmonts In wireless, tolephony, ar a
.bow.afc-a atandotlll, according to. a writor
in tho Electrical World, and tho wonderful thlngo wliich wero.expected aro. not
.likely.to bo r.callrod In tho noar futuro.
Ocoiuilbnall-y/ortlouldto Bpooioh' is' trans-
mlttod n long dlstnnea by. Herts ���< wavoa,
and tho Inyo-itors ,*-*.ro greatly oncouroip*
cd; ThU BUCC08S'-may-bo.' followed by a
COmplbto failure, whon conditions are.ap-
parontly tlio name, and thsn sloonoo Is
baffled. Pr^nently thiiro lh Borlouu In-
tcrforjince from wirolatiststatians,.. Moro-
ov��r, tho naturo aud oxp^neo qftho apparatus���tho Hort* wavo generator and
the UpflgHt wire���are fttfrh that wlraleu
tolephony is a fasclnatlpg toy for sclentl-
(Ic mon, but the day seemii far' dlstans
whert It will be placed on a commsrcial
.basin a��A ni*4e a featpro of,oyfry day
Jlffi, as him been done with wlreloe* tel-
- rLord .oW^Urjabftm,, who,. hftg'.'imjt ,���$**��
���anted hU wontlorful coll��ot|on of mot^v
to the BrHUh Natural History Muiusurn,
���hare* withl^ord d�� Oray'tho dlsUttc*
tion of baJng ths fliie** shot hi Orsa*
Britain. H* is probably ths oidy. man
i*?����� #��.��-/ i��d'de*s, ��het��t'��ras,p�� on thai
wtajf. ''���'.'.- i
V    ^
y '&
A .iy
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I ^
1   ~IUi<l
!ri 'the Work of' Fighting Truit' Tree
A   "'?   *' - 'Pests.'"    ' "*"   - t
Prof. Leopold Trouveiot, of the astronomical observatory "at Harvard University, was interested in the ailkworm.VHe *
thought possibly that a hardier breed "of
the insect could, be produced, and was
experimenting along that'line; Diseaoa
was attacking the commercial silkworm,
"both in the United States and in jEurope.
catei-pillars, In -various Stages ol .development, and among thom wete, clusters of
eggs from tho gipsy moth.  In the village
'of   Medford  he   conducted  his expert- ^
ments,  placing��tho caterpillars on    a *
, shrub in,his yard. ^To keep the sped;
mens from becoming scattered he covered the" bUflh with a net;     ���    '    "i" *-"''
^/Tlio New England States,would to;day
be free  from tho terrible, gipsy moth
"curse-'if a'windstorm hadn't ootos'alona;
and torn the net ,a��under,fllber*tlng th*
caterpillars and moths and scattering
them beyond recall.'1 It, is "not aWaY*,
ieaay to tro��e tbo origin of such pests,
.but the gipsy moth's introduction   ia
'clearly ostaWhihoa.*      " '      .'+�����''
' In its caterpillar state the moth does
most damage. "It eats ovcrythlng in its
path���fruit, shade trees, almost every
sort of vegetation, entire forests. ��
Japan was ^afflicted with tho gipsy
oth, hut its ravages were not felt In
i   i
thb land of
tho Mikado.;   Some force
.aeomed .to.hold, the moth;Inicheck^ ��� and.  Ay
' prevent* IU'destwet!^
i   'A parasite,* so minute���iaii'to^ibc^yi.'iv:--;-;."
glM��, fed uj^n tho moth in ita catorpu-
lar state, and countcrba]anced)lt�� propa-     ';
gating and r-^agh*ig/power.*, ylyy. ,-A-y,'.i.:-V-:VV,A.A
Tho United States oohsul^nerol te.'V'
fYokbHarniit;'leaimedftho'fa^t^ ai>^ sohia:^;7'
reportyto, the dopartment of,,' ogrltidretMroA:'*-,"A
i���and so ��rvontually forty tho"u��knd<fjar^'.'���; A
asltos weiho brdught   intt> vtho   UnlUd .
States and rolaaa^ In the infected dla-
tricte of Now England.   Thd eicporiment
id being watched with great InterMt, and
promUoB to bo.a decided ��'u6ceBa,'unleaa
soma unforaoen complication tiHaes to v i,
fonder ihoffectual  tho  littacksA^itha
Saraslto/r-XTromi "Doom of-tho vyGipify'.
loth/' In April ToclurfcolXorld'^raga^
ilne, Chicago, HI.77 ":*������" "XAyyy XAyy'.-, y
.1". > <; ji, l./.-,;-yji   >i.i   M.-i.y *' _a>i.'i.  iii^.,i.��-iiI[. .-'.;'-'i.-.:i..;'-|.^, ' ���
v,i;8pwd|ng;(;-l^/,pa|r,, F��t.^d.-..Forty.; *
Jlviprybqdy.kpows of iwme fat,friend
or relative, knows jusfc why tho flabby
fat has come. A Wbnmn, say,'has' a flma
set, of Inalden. Hor hoart, lungs, stomach and lly<jr aro porfijot. ��� Sho work*
for *a living, 'algoBtrf* perfectly; her'<��� f06ll���
and, t-loops. Jlko ;a ,serf,��. SJte marrios,
ntrnref strikes another lick of work, and.
"tmn nil Hikntier of enhdUii, eiitletS,' eoh-
'dltaenta, oakos and ereams. -, Sh�� has "in-
aomnlt,''. "caunok slcop moro than, rift
h'riurv ox two but of the 24/�� 8h�� upend*
>thevday on; divans, and tho rnlghUi In
idgli^ gowns, vSlio has brought..to hsr
bod'tt wa; flno*broaltfi��st, too mneh lw*��
i ���������>..
,1 l-
-New York Press.
A >.f.
,   ,   , '...(Ihiak.) ,'"' ��������� , ;
, "No doubt you, aro loarnhig <J��**
wealth liiw It* Ahllgatlon*, now that ,*yo��
.aro' 5W>w��el< weathyl" ������- < ��� ,-��� < >��� ��� .u.i�� ;
"ph, jm,. indHII ^mn!t. it *��*oiid��rf'iilt
Oiily to-day I al*^v��r��d' that' tAwr^* %
riftht way and a' w*m��^. way;t^ 4��*��i��
on��% '���vBatratMaaidr" . _v .' "^y ���������_'  ���������;;/'.!'*;,������������������'��������� y .���������;���������-/    :,_-'.r t.-:A< <v--i.V.  ~- .''OV'y ,#>ry.,,'Vyy'-y.''".  ���������  23. Ji  ������*^*s s* ������**������������������> *,*  ������^.sv Via vr  [-'.  as  ���������S'.VT  ���������-  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  ���������BAD OFFICE. TOXONTO  ESTABLISHES** 1067  ������. x. wai������b*, preeideBt | Paid up Capital, $f $,S3Hi,@fiii  ^4HUX9SK X.AZBD, General 2SanaSerj ReSerVC Flilld,   7    6f000v00������  Bftncbes throughout Canada, and in the United Stitcs and ERglaafi  f^fliiilTQV   HliviiibQ Q Even* faculty auorurd to f&fniafw saw  ItUleRBni   D U 3������W CO d     others for thc transactten cf t^  banki"* business.    Sales notes will be cashed or taken for collection.  BANKING BY  way with equal facility.  PIRCY B. FOWLSB, MANAGER ORESTON BRANCH  Wild Rosa Lodge No. 39  KNIQHTS  OF  PYTHIAS  Creston, B. C.  Meets every oiher Monday from Juno 20  lo Ootobor 4 at 8 n.na. in Speers' Hall.  Gao. Broderick, O. O.  B. JenBen, K. of R. & S.  Jt. S. Bevan, M. of F.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  A.    C.   BOWNESS  rr nweMtie tv lac anu oi>iri������  Sferehaat  Cranbrook  B.C.  Accounts may be opened by mail  land  monies deposited or withdrawn in this  123  Mr.    RANCHER,    Your   Wife   and  Children  depend on You for a Living:.  ���������*^-������-*������v*g ������*���������*-��������� ���������&������**������������������������������<������������������������������������������>������������������������������  1  2. IZ-t    V^ -SwJ 5-������0 2. 2. K^fL^  \\ hy  doa  >*  you.  bring your harness in to get  paired and stop taking risks of accident ?  re-  &  PARVPR'S   HARNESS  AND  V^rklYV EjIY O     implement  IMPLEMENT  STORE  ���������*������ \Sfi&*<S&fS**<&*<4**\f*iS**&i*<*[*>Si*&*%  The Creston  ^fcok?)#  FsblSsked every   Friday at Creston, Ssifciaa Columbia, by the Creston Pub-  ltohteg Os., at their office, Flees Street, Cteestea.  Jf. ������* Johssoh   ���������   Ifenager.  Ralph G. Sc*ot������w  Editor,  %  ������  3  ���������tabseription, 93 00 a year, in advance.  10-Day Notices, |5; 00, $7.60; SO, $10  Tke Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, oir-  eulathig in over one thousand homes throughout the Orestoa. distriot. Oar  soluTjiii? are osdu to cosTssncsd9&ts on live nus?tiosa cf local istessst. Contributions must be brief, written on one eide*of the paper only and signed, not  necessarily for publication, bat as evidenoe of good faith. We invite support  in onr endeavours to increase the ueefulawt* <u������ uh������ IUvi*--* by brisgiu* ��������� 71i^s  adyertisemeata, subscriptions ssd news. Complaints feo&a subscribers as to  asa-sessipt of caper will be nromotly attended to. Addxesa all eommunlca-  * th������ editor.  AN EARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT  I  !  I  ���������*  *%  s  IQUJD OZONE  Is a Germ Destroyer and a preventative against fever. Put up iti Soc.  and $1.00 Bottles  NEW BOOKS  6o New Copyright Books  selling at 75c. eaeh  SUNDAY HOURS  Ireston Hotel!  iSZx  we  The question of early closing of the stores in Creston has  been under consideration by the business men of late and  the opinion seems to be unanimous that just as much business can be transacted during each day if all stores close at  7 p.m. While it may be argued that Creston is rather young  to adopt this early closing system, still, the merchants and  clerks in a small place should not be overworked any more  than is a large place. Again, it can not possibly work any  hardship on the public, for ^rhen they all know of the early  closing system being put into force, they will make their  purchases earlier is the day. Again, it was hinted that in  some towns possibly while all the merchants might agree to  the early closing system t some of them might be induced to  sell goods after hours io some friend from the country and  thus take an unfair advantage of the other merchants.  However, we feel sure thai-there need be no fear from that  source in Creston, as the merchants here are men whose  word is good if given in good faith on any business proposition. This matter is therefore worthy of the immediate  consideration of the local merchants.  are open 12:30 a.xu. 10  8:30 p.m  For the sale of MEDICINES ONLY  to 9 p.m.  and  C reston Drag & Book Co. J  W. A, McBEAN, Manager *S  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  J  \/OU will make no mistake  I when you get off the trans.  "* if you sign the register at  the Crestora Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. W������  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  SicLUXld    Up-IAJ-U&LC.  I  Oat  \  Guests I  Call  <Again  Kooms reserved by Telegraph.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  aud Commercials.  THE ENGLISH OUP FINAL  (By R. G. Soruton)  (Oontiaaed)  Tho Crystal Palace, ���������'that great glass  house," built for tho first International  Fzblbiilon, is at Sydenham, same eight  miles from th������ oity, and the great ground  -was already beginning to fill with spectators *������rhen I got through the gates  some 46 minutes before play commenced.  ' The ground is a rough oral banked -up  -in tiers to make standing space for the  crowds.  The crowds came rapidly in; tho highest bank near the main entrance was  eoon blnok v*Jith people, and from whore  I stood one oonld sea the great crowd  ���������potiringin like a ewerm ot ante. The  zeoord "gate" at the Palace was some  ���������four years ago when 1*0,000 poopje  imsied thromgh the turnstiles. Thistles  tho crowd was not so big, bnt 10140  '������������������00,000 people make a bravo sight. Nev<-rr  ���������inoo the days of ancient Borne hare  ���������noh gigantla crowds been gathered to  -watoh a -game as ean be seen at thesjp  Slnals, The baseball fane at even the  Vggeeigaiii'Miu the Slates or Oauad^  ������veJar below in point of numbors.  Now the-game begins. It was a vrj  ciuiet crowd; a ripple of applause at*.  aome clever play ripened into a murmur  rand then % roar as the goal wee scored,  ���������and ths huge ground became a eta of  ���������waving hands and hate whioh diet away  oimoetse quickly as it had begun, for  sill the world like a wave beating 00 the  ���������bore and then reoedtag into the ocean.  To an observer the people were more  Interesting than tke play. Who ware  ���������hey, eaeh of these 00,0007 How did  they live ? Every one of them had his  town friends and bis own separate life,  1ml on this ground they soemed to take  e>������ a r)\{T������r**t nharaoUr. They were na  longer 00,000 individuals, but ts erowd.  At the night of that fine forward run-  ���������Ding with a ball at hie feet they become  a motulsr; they sway in lines like some  ��������� fttant tree whose hraaehet oatoh Um  As a Change From  Cigar Smoking  try ono of our elegant pipes. They  give a mild, fragrant and a thoroughly enjoyable smoke. "We are  pretty sure that onco you try'  A Good Pipe  (the only kind you oan get here)  even if your cigar smoker is a mat-  ^ejT fji.   SSUJlt't     VIJU *A     ft^UJU    tiUAXA     lit*  ' your traBty pipe as a consoling  companion. We havo -pipes of all  kinds and at all lands of prices except high'ones.  Moran & cMead - - Props,  >������&  Qswvinr& 6 6 ft ������e * g ^-yrrtf ������rm wn <nruirirro s s s ysw rgyy^ *e s-g'-g gy 8 t*  We are Agents for McLaughlin  democrats, Bumies. Wagon  w  u  etc.  You Save Money by consulting us before  Buying Elsewhere.       EasyTerms  ABU-  Greston Wine & Spirit Go. 5 ^  i   n. *>, McUKHAIH  CRESTON  Tea eeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeoeefftpaflq W9 9Jt9JLSL9JtPJl9 * P ft_Pj * s ^ ��������� M  a  3  J  breeze. "See, he loses ;No, he's through"  He shoots; a roar of voices rises then;  "Wellsaved!"and the exciting interlude over the crowd comes back to itself  as it were and dissolves into individuals  again.  So it is with these great crowds; a fino  play fixes all their attention on ono spot  and one man; they lose all their own  minds centered in that one play. In a  second the mass of discordant 00,000  units has become a united whole with  but oce thing in ite view.  It io the same loss of the unit in the;  mass whioh causes panics, the mad rush  to ruin when scores try to pass the door,  built only for one, and when brave men  losing their own courage, are carried  away headlong in the rout of a beaten  army.  It is easy togetacrowd in London, but  easier etui to lose yourself in it. At the  call of sport 00,000 people como together;  What is this sport and who gets the  sport? the men who play or tho men  who watoh. Oan the 00.000 be called  sportsmen who pay 95 ots. eaoh to soe93  professional players klok te footballnbout  for 00 mintes on ts Saturday afternoon?  How many ot the' 00,000 oeuld play a  gamo thomoelvoB. and if thoy oannot,  how are thev sportsmen? Because I watoh  a man setting brioki oan I call mysolf a  bricklayer? It would bo quito possible  to have as many sportmen at a football  matoh with 0*) spectator* ea it ii wiih  00,000; for remember just as many men  would bo playing.  The game was a draw and tho matoh  Will be replayed next week at Liverpool,  whore another 60,000 people will drop a  quarter eaoh to see the same 93 men.  There will have been 150,000 quarters,  and prtnumably 160,000 sportsmen.  Why not reduee the entrance fee to six*  pfifiod ������03(1 double &o auuitwr of ^hm-  men F Waterloo wot won on the play*  ing fi*lA* of Kton���������pttrhaps j but battles  ore not won by lookers-on, A sport*  man aud a speotatator are two very dltt  fl. GOWLAKD SCtttWOW  KOOTENAY LAND DISTRICT-District   o  West KooUnuy.  T������ke Notice that CUyton C. Wrijtht, of Fernie, B.C., Jeweller, Intends to apply for per-  mission to purchase tbe following aaoorlbea  Undi: Commencing at a poat planted ob the  south side of the B.C. 8outnern Kallway'i rlcht  of way. about ono and one hnlf miles in a  westerly direction from the northwest corner  of Lot SMS, Group 1, Kootenay, tbence west 80  chains, thenoe south 80 ebfettaB, thence east SO  chains, tbence north SO chains, to point of  commencement, containing etu acres, more or  less. .  Dated March 4th. 1W0. ��������� . ^��������� n ���������,���������.������������������-  CLAYTON C. WRIGHT  KOOTENAY LAND DISTRiCT-DUtrlct ot  West Kootenay.  Take Nottoe that Alexander A.'Gillespie, c?  Fernie, B.C.,.real estate asent, Intends to ap  ply for permlSBlontopurohassthe followlnt  described,lands: '���������������������������''���������-'������������������' ���������\^^  Vommenolnc at a post planted at the south  side of the B O. Southern Hallway rrlght of  way, about one and one-half uallob in a westerly direction from tbe northwest corner of  Lot W01, ������roup 1. Kootenoy. tb������noe south 10  chains, tbence east 10 chains, thinoe north lo  ohalns, to B.O. Southern Railway's right of  way, theneo wost'10 chains, alobs said rleht  of way to point or oommenoemsnt, coataln-  ingeo acres moreor loss.  ,   Dated Maroh 4th, 1M0. j.  ALEXANDER jf GILLESPIE  FOB SALE OR RENT-A five  roomed house on Victoria avonuo.*-Apply to Jus. Adlard.  WANTED-���������Girl for general house  work. Modern houao and nmall family \  wages $33 a month,���������:Addrt)Bi Mrs. Ross-  otor, Box 87, Oranbrook.  A.'MIRABELLI  THE    CRESTON   SHOEMAKER  Best Workmanship  Boots and Shoes made to Order  A Speoiality  All tbe Latest in Hats,  Flowers, Ribbons and  /   Veilings, Ladies'   and  Children's Sailors  A fine assortment of Ladies'  Waists, from $i. Infants1  Silk Bonnets, etc., etc.  Mrs. M. YOUNG  fourth Street* Creston. B.Ci  S*y, Johnnie* cm you tell  me ttohere1can hire a Good  Saddle Pdnpf  Sure!  Try the  *A*+++J������*+MW*++****1^^  Fine Cigar**  Cigarette*  ALWAYS ON HAND.  Pool Room, Billiards  .   -'and -��������� ���������  Barber Shop  BATHS  Both Hot and Cold  At the. .  Tentorial Parlor, Fourth St  ' A.*Ai\*A-V*'A'M'-j������iJ  OF INTEREST TO FRVXT' CROWtfRS  THIS IS TO OBUTUfY that X bav* iuipeoted the Nursery Btook  grown by the Uivemlde Hurneiry, Orand STorkm, B.O., and fouod uo  Infeetloue dleeoeee,  Tbe efcook la well frown and ul excellent quality.  MthSeplemberTlim^^^^^     M. B. MIDDLKTOW,  Aotiitant Provincial HortloultnrUt.  >������"****r**������*i***+******?m  WALTER V. JACKSON,  0RKJITOH, B.O.  mumm*  ���������ftfvJCRBlDS MURBEttlBB       I  xmi i " wi" ii w iwiiiiwwwyrtiwiJf  It's the BESTINVQWN.  There's a Good Dray and  Transfer in connection* Also  Green and i>ry YW^wt  Cameron Mos.  PROPRIETORS  Wholeaate  ProvlalOBf*   Produce,   Fruit  Qcnsval Ooaunleelon Msrshauts  NELSON  B.C.  Spiced Roils!  Spiced Rolls!!  We have a fresh supply of  SPICED  These aro BouelnRfi aud tako the  place of Ham or Bacon at a Low  Price that will surprise yoa.  Fresh Beef; Pork  Veal and Mutton  Fresh and Smoked Fish  Of All Kinds  P. BURNS & Go.  Llmltii������)  CRESTON       -     B.C.  ats=  ^%^%^%^^%^^%^%.-^M  On Sirdar Avenue  jFteeb Btcab )mb:..  fpasttt bailee  1 Woshn Btked Beans ana  Chicken 4Vt Bmry Saturday.  _ Mis. J. A. Mitchell, Piod .  i Ci^^������*in������������w^^',ii*������"' "o^ *������������������' *���������' 'w ��������� !*" y* ** . ���������^f -* *  Tinsnitth  and  Plumber  Hpi Air and Hoi  Water Heating *  Specialty* ,aa Axxyy T^B CRBSXON REVIEW  ���������JBy.-C.1  ������ Inspects Midway Coat  O. J. Wells passenger agent, W. R.  Haldaine, District freigt agent of the O.  P. R. and W. P. Tierney, the well-known  Hallway Oondnctorof Nelson visited the  Midway coal properties on "Wednesday  last.  Messrs. Wells and Haldaine returned  to Nelson via Phoenix und Grand Forks  It is reportad tney are well pleased with  the property  it to Father Beck, as he is able to devote  but a small part of hiB time to this place.  Hiss Jeannie .Tohnson went to Oranbrook today and will return   tomorrow.  Robt. J. Long. Divisional Fire Warden, re turned on Wednesday from a  week's trip to the Boundary and Bevelstoke districts, on official business.  Miss It. M. Scott, Trained Nurse,  ,*el! hospital, Manitoba,  for engagements of any kind, Maternity a  Last Friday F. H. Knight," financial  agent for the boundary Mining and Exploration Co. Ltd., of Greenwood, paid  Creston a siiort visit.    Ms. Knight is  one of tho pioneer miniag men cf the  Boundary district nnd Ihe Greenwood  company ho now represents owns two  miles of Crown granted Ifinds only two  and a quarter miles west of Midway, B.  O.    The company is capitalized at one  million shares of the pur value at $1 each.  There are only four hundred thousand  - shares now out, leaving the remaining  sis hundred thousand shares iu the  treasury, besides this there is also $8,000  in the treasury, At present there hp.s  been found a seam of coal 6 feet wide  running through the property which  can be traced by surface croppings clear  - across the full claims.    There are also  three more seams exposed qij the surface  which the company iB driving to tap.  This company also has five other sections  of coal land under lease from the Government.   The coal is a high grade and  makes an excellent co^e, hard and firm.  There are at present half a dozen men  ���������working on the property and the force  will be increased by June Jsfc.    An analysis of this coal recently taken at the  Granby Smelter was 9.2 ash- 16.5   Vol-  78.2 Fixed carbux and 1.1 water.    These  will be close producing mines to the  Spokane and Boundary sections aud the  properties are situated on the line of the  . O. P. E. while the G. N, R. passes close  to the property. The Midway and Vernon It. R. will very shortly run their  grade close to the property. * ,  The offioers of the company are 'H.  Bunting, Ex-Mayor of Greenwood, Sam  . ', . ���������  Miller Vice President, E. T   Wickwiie,  v .*    i.  ^-������������������' ^ Seoreta^and Treasurer, and D A^yMc-  ���������5"    I)onald������ jdirector.   'Blocks of-stool? dire  now being purchased by various mining  men and others as it is thought' by' all  -who have seen the properties  that'by  - the fall tho stock now selling at 25  cts.  will be quoted at a muoh higher figure.  specialty.  eral delivery, Moyie B. 0  *y������*  Mi  .    r  Clothes Cleainng  Pressing arid  j Repairing Business  j In the Bast block, and "will  I guarantee all work entrust-  | ed to her. -Many years ex-  I perience at the -work.  I     Bring in your Clothes  i ne  eatest  in the World  3  rohil*Ite<  Without a proper license  i> you issue Marriage Licenses, te!! the young folks  about it in ourCiasSifted Ads..  They all know a license is  necessary, but they don't all  know where to get one.  This paper is popular with  the young people.  rotats  from London, Nelte York  p  c*  nd  )4"4A������**4'  m~*4t'9"Qm & *******s*b       a   &ms^*A *inr*m s0*    f m*% s>     M   a* <r*'r4A4ts*'i  On Saturday evening, May 14th, in  , the Oatholic Church of the Holy Cross;  . Creston, Father Beck baptised the f am-  ilyofL. A. Oharest.���������Paul Archibald,  Margaret Irene*- .Anna Mary, Lillian  VardorLeon Gabriel, Laurence Victor,  aud Jefrey Biohard; Mrs, Rose Beil was  sponsor. The ceremony was impressive  and solemn.  Oa Sunday morning, May 15th, a  class of Bix ohildren] received their first  Holy Communion. They were: Paul  Charest, Ernest Atherton, Margaret  Oharest, Anna Oharest, Margaret Atherton and Gonoveive Graham, The class  was woll drilled, which gives great cred-  Fourteen Rooms now  -  ready for "Roomers"  in  the  Baast  Block.  All   are     furnished. _  Hot and Cold Batjis  FRANK   BAST  Nelson Land District���������District of  West Kootenay.  Tako notice that 1, Thomas Birt, butcher,  of Creston, B.C., intend to apply for permission to purclmso the followingaoticrlbea lands:  Commencing at a post planted 40 chains  east of the southeast corner of Lot 7717, thonoo  north 20 chains, tlionco went 40 chains, thenco  south 20 chains, thenco oust 40 chains to point  of coninxoiiicomentjt containing 80 acres, moi*o  or lew*.. ������������������   ������������������. y- .���������"',.;���������.'''.  JUTay and, 1910. THOMAS BIBM.'  A^re now left in wliich yoii will be able to secure  thewonderful bargains, we are offering at our  t  Grasp the opportunity and Save Money while  , -���������'-'..:���������   You have tlie Cliance,       "   :,  * , >'i i   '������������������-'��������� , i   ' ������*,. ������  k'-%*v**%%*M*<a>%>%/m/^  See Here At Cost, fit Cost, At Cost  Being ovor utoohod ih tbo following Roods, will sell at Opat.for noxt fov/  days, and snvo you oonaldorablo mouoy to buy'nbty;': 'ry,.     V,A   ,,J  ,:7"':r,���������'&t^]pl>lria->^<l-sS#'v'lECItelien Cabinets, Sideboards,  Extension Tables, Dressers and Commodes,  Also Stoves and EfiameTWare, Iron Beds,  Springs, Clilld'fl Cribs nnd Go-Carts, Couches,  Blankets, Pillars, Carpet, Matting, etc.  Coalinga, the biggest and most continuous producing oil field in the world, not excepting Baku,  Russia, is today livelier than at any time in its history.  *    /~1���������-,5*^1^4.*. -P^r,**.  XTo������w "XTr\r.1r   T3i4->oTmivo tt*1������1 T.nrnlfYn  and other metropolitan centers," as well as, from all"  parts of the world, are thronging the district. J.'ha  demand fpr land leases and options is greater than  ever before. Foreign experts visiting the field pronounce Coalinga as probably the. greatest proven  territory of its area in the world. -- Although Coalinga has been known as a gusher field, its wells have  established  tfce���������, greatest record- ^s constant  and ���������  steadysproducers.    .  I       .^r- , ,���������. i -  On a clear day one may look along the foothills,  and for a distance of from 80 to 40 .miles and see a  constantly widening procession of derricks.  Oil Industry  more   Attractive than pold Mining  ���������Senator Nixon, who mado his millions in the Nevada gold fields, is na longer a familiar sight on the  streets of Sage Brush Mining.Oamiis, but is giving  nia time and attention to, and investing his money  heavily in, the California oil fields;  George Wingfleld, of Goldflelds fame, is now one  of tho Btaunchest supporters of tho oil industry, and  is considered oug of tho most heavily interested  operators in tLe Coalinga field.  Clarence Berry, the successful AlaBlca gold-mining  man, has extensive holdings in tho California oil  fields. Berry, upon his return from-Alaska, beoame  interested in the oil industry. Since his advent  there he has made millions upon his original investment."-' ".'������������������''    ��������������������������������������������� '-'x:'-''  ���������ti. M. Tnomas, the mining and newspaper man,  likewise made a fortune by Belling land on Section  0 at Coalinga. He purchased at !$100 an acre last  spring and Bold the remainder of his holdings consisting of 60 aores, to the Imoile Oil Co., for $1260  an aoro.. .AAV'-:' yXx.xx   '��������� <  OH is California's greateAt product,  arid  California   leads  the'1'^  world in the production of oil.  In tho brief Bpaco of twolvo years tho puriy, Btrng-  giiug induatry has become a giant.  OlUtho inew Wn-ffi today outfltrips golf*. htwo,to one,:  aud in Value oxooodB the fruit output by ona-third.  It moves 40 per oeiut of the wheels west of. Miesis-  elppl, aud lubricator90 hor cent, of thom.'.,,y  ��������� ��������� '  ,   ������������������'.;'.!������������������'-.;���������'������������������������������������'���������'������������������'^���������'  '*������, "   I.���������<.���������*: "..:'.'���������  .,���������.''���������'.������������������  Oil is the ohodp6B^n������d tho world hno ovor known.  California" oil is Btretobiug "towatdn tho mining  camps of Arizona, Northern Mexico u������d .Ndvada.  ' In tha 700 niilos 'frpm Fullerton on tho; south to  Ooalipga on the north,' hundreds eg, thouoonds of  dollars aro bolug roti^rubd ovory mtmth -to thbBo of  Bmall itnonu������, who tw������ iiitero������tod in.t{ip floldnr >-.   < (  ���������,",.' ,';'. ��������� .'':".' .Vy' '.';'"'.'���������,     ' <$~.'X'>X'xX-   ������������������  We make the statement,,  .���������..-. ���������������������������'��������������������������� ���������..,,   ',,;���������.��������� r.,;!/... ���������;',-.������������������      ''���������,'':/>',���������'���������;���������;���������.���������; ��������������������������� ���������  without fear: of successful  contr^icti^0hkt (felifortiia  hitdffers ^:greaie$ttnfority  making opportunUiesof this  &emr^foh*xy  Kmn���������miimat  The Creston Hardware and Furniture Co,  Stop and realize that millions are being -made  from the production and marketing of this product. ���������'  There is not a stock quoted on the San Francisco  Stocks and Oil Exchange that was not considered  highly speculative at some period of its history, and  all of these stocks were sold at low figures to start  with. To-day three-fourths .of the stook listed are  paying dividends.  - i  * ��������� No ������rhsr  (?xcli������!.s!!2*e.   no   otiisr  listVof stocks on>-earth can point;  to such a record.  Glance at the list of directors and officers of the  Coalinga-Buceka Oil Company, given fDlly in a recent issue of this pnlication. Are they reliable?  Are they successful? Are they buainess men? YeB,  they are aii men of sterling character asd integrity,  men who haye proven their ability in business affairs,  their record will stand investigation.  Remember there are TWO things that are of vital  importance to investment MEN and TERRITORY.  , Wo have'absolutely proven territory and the  mon  "book of the organization are honeBt nnd good man-''  agers.  One of our stockholders who has just returned  from California aud in a trip visived the Ooalinca  Oil fields, and paotioularlythe property of the Cool-  inga-Eureka Oil Co., stated; while in our office yofltor-  day:���������      _ :. ;���������'���������' ��������� 'lyA'AyA'7'',  11 lata astonished at what T. saw in your won*,  dorful oil fields, and never imagined  the  oil industry to be what it Ib.    Your property i������ partio-  uiarily well looated, and I congratulate mynolf on  having joined you in its development."  ^ Thfci party prior tb his visit to  California had purchased 2000  shares of Coalinga-Eureka stock.  Theyday of his return he increased   his    holdings   to   7000  shares.  ��������� ��������� )"''''" '"���������''.���������'���������' .'''���������'���������' *���������  'In ooholuslou wo wish to state;  IDon't pehnit othor men or women to do your  thinklug, thluk for youruelf. If, iu your judgment  ail! opportunity has all tho earmarks of being a good  one, grasp It quiokly, dou't hualtuto.  During the summer months of last yonr tho in-  , vontiug public wns offered Sliver Tip stook for a low  cento por ohoro.   Tho groat majority of thoco who  ..had been offered thisstoolc at grouud floor prices:  thosev>hothink$vafact and reason for  " themselves,V;'������t������4 havo confidence in their judgment,BOUOHTi. So'fne hesitated up to tho aftor-  110011 of Septomher 20 j next day tho Silver Tip bo-  camo a gu^hor, aud tho stook offered less than ton  hours previous, for a foMv oonts per eliaro, jumped to  ���������'���������ft,  Information from the  FJ*  M<  //      MMf������er%������9ir\r.^  )*><T./7i   menis on   our  &rf\\  rrr *  w'arrant  Directors  There is ovory probability that a similar condition  Oonlinga-  nre down  of affalrH will exist at tbo property of the Coalinga  Burok'a 'Oil Company, Ino., when tho drills  to tho oil level.  to Advance  the ^Price of Shares  in this Company to  35c per Share on Sat-  1  arday    Evening,    10  o'clock, May 28.  This means that it will be im-  MIWJMMbjIMhMMHSjuiS^sfjMB^^  t      .-.������������������'"' - '  possible  to  buy a Share at  25c, after Saturday, May 28  If you have not time to get a letter to our Vancouver offloe before Saturday evening, May 28th, sit  right down and AT OUR EXPENSE wlro your  reservation, specifying tho number of shares you  wish hold in your name. Ou rooolpt of your wire  v wo will set aside the stock requested, giving ysu  plenty of time to soud remittance by first mail.  Don't delay���������-tho stock you buy bofore tho 88th at  25 otn. will be worth 10 ots. more on Monday morn**  ing, May 80th beoause the then current price per  share of the stock of this company will bo worth 85  cents. "���������"..['XX ..  '. ��������� ;.;A.  Conditions nro such as to warrant furthur advaaoo  in prico in a few day's time. .  What Your Money  Wili Buy  Cash plan (5 por cont. doducted)  f 28.75 will buy 100 shares    t..  AIM      ���������������       200     ������'         ...  118 IIS       ������       600     ���������*  387.B0       "���������    1000     ���������������  .   j .   ���������'"              i ���������    .#, f   .      ,    ���������  -   ���������  ��������� ��������������� t *  ��������� ��������� * ���������  ��������� ������  9 *  ������   ���������  f  t  .par value $ 100  .     ������������        soo  "         600  ���������������       1,000  Instalment Plan  ���������J 10 cash Ss $ 7.50 a  SO       "       Ifi.OO  ao    ���������������.-��������� aa.R0  40      "       80.00 ���������  CO       "       87,00  100    ' ���������������       76.00  mth,  ii  ������������������ .  ii  ���������i  for 9 mths  ii   a    ii  M   j)     ii  a. .2     W.  ���������i   j     ii  ���������������������������.���������������������������������'"��������� ������<t  . buys 100 sharos  *'   900      "  ������������������800     ������������������  ������������������400  .'"  **������������������   600,      "';'  ���������M000     ���������������.',  ir  flfeahc all;cbeques, brafte wi> monew or6crs -payable to tbe trustee, - v|  '    '':   '''''        '"'" ' ',"' ,"    ' *   " ��������� ' ���������   ��������� "-        ' ���������    ' , ��������� 'TV  '.;*���������'    GI L Taschereau, The CpalingarEureka Oii Co. Iheorporatea  Selkirk Block, i3S>i" ftastliigs.- St. Wm Varicaiiyert  O' ir*1  I. s-Bsspt'SS^^  CKESTON   REVIEW.  ���������ST*  ��������������������������������������������������� ������-������������ '��������� * ������ l>M������HMII������  I The Bij| Game of f  I      bast Africa*  ���������������;������������������ ������*>>���������> ���������.���������.<!.*������.��������� ���������������#������������������������������������������������">������������������������***  A fresh appeal bas recently oeen made for  the preservation of the tig " gaino ol_JOa������t  Africa.* Rapidly, as compared with the ages  which have been consumed in evolving them,  the great animals of the earth are disappearing everywhere. Thfe whale is becoming  scarcer :year after year. The plains no longer  tremhie beneath the hoofs of the herds of  American bison. To find a white rhinoceros  ts considered worth months of wandering  over the parched veldts of equatorial Africa.  : Before the' railway and the gua tho great  game is retreating to the fastnesses, and  there are left few spots on the globo v" ��������� J  the sportsman may find big gam������* .-��������������� ?*?:*!? '  descendants of tho fauna of ^*_"'?������L *ltt '  Almost   the   only   apa**- ..-&$?* .^P?3-  go to find big ������-_���������-*���������*-S?������3* on6. ������������y  equatorial -^*M**ff^ JS,****���������11108   1S J**  '*-    -~. ������~..**Stt1i ^L-A**^   There ono Aay  wn flUd the bi* MH%������tfL elephant, the i*i*-  *eer������J>->  the fc*������������**>bsxaus,  and tho crocodile,  "���������finch   havfe   ajXabst   disappeared   from ttieir  historic b^V^ the Kile;   the  giraffe, the silent-toots'* Mon, the leopard,  the slow-mov-  5?S ^*ud, the zebra and the.various members  *������. -tSe antelope-family: , It..is evident,  hovj-  ' *%ver,   that   unless   measures   are   taken   to  protect   them,   they   will   disappear  as   their  kind already have done in South Africa. Fifty  years  ago  that part  of  Africa  teemed  with  the same kind of animals. ���������'.  1      Unfortunately for th'S~ giraffe, his skin was  '   especially suitable for long "whip lashes, such  as the Boer needed in urging his trek oxen  over   the   veldt.   The   African   elephaut   has  very tine tusks.   The elephant- can keep pace  with the arrows of the blacks, even though  they be jioisoned,  but with the breech-loading rifle in the hands of the reckless sportsman,  of recent  years also in. those of the  irresponsible 'ebon'.' native,'the "elephant falls  behind   in   the   struggle   for   existence.   Tfcg  tiny  bullet in   its   effectiveness   may. be   a  triumph of the ingenuity of man when it can  "bring to his knees the giant among animals.  but sometimes one regrets Its capacity when  i.   one realizes that the. life'of an animal which  '/$ has   required   twenty-five   years   to   mature  KB'<y has been cut oft in the twinkling of an eye.  rafeS The wbitePtailed gnu. the bontebok, the hles-  i.������... r.  ijqjj    the   true  guagga,   the mountain  zebra.  of the big game of iho world before it tn  too late, the following measureu were prt������-  praed:  The annual and careful supervision by the  officials of tho reserves, under the expert  advise of the game ranger, of the game t������  be killed under licenses in the enmitag year,  taking account of the abundance or ftearclty  of   each   species.  "The provision of an adequate staff, sufficient to render tbe reserves practically inviolable, and to supervise the whole Questloa  of* shooting and taking the game.  "The entire prohibition of the sale of "bll-  toagf," the dried ll&fo of some of the animals. - - - ~ . -. .  - "Ah order, to be etrictly enforced, absolutely prohibiting the possession or carrying  of fire-arms by natives, other than those in  government employ;"���������New  York Tribune.  AMBITION TO DO NOTHING.  Men   Who  --t*  (*/)������.������ /)M> F������J>t/lk*J ������Nf*ft Tmo/iOUUY  irtTO PfiSSEifcti SP PorffiffifG ���������>���������������������������������.��������� ���������  wim much sh/f&h$ /tBour, yei/ftG  at*j.g   srurrs/rsjct   forth  seem/**; Mtmenrous   //freest**  TtOMyWNERSVPOM   poreNtATg  3>OCUfi7������NT ~*-~-v- YOUA/G &9/fi  P/TSSS/O/* Of 23E.C/B������23  /9������i.f������F.  s8^/^������?  i  in  This  the roan antelope, the Cape buffalo,  called white rhinoceros, the black rhinoceros,  the 'hippopotamus, and the ostrich havo all  disappeared rrem the Cape region. These animals are also disappearing from their last  strong-hold, the equatorial district.  It is said that only a few years ago most  ot these animals showed no rear of man ami  wandered about 5a his vicinity with impunity, living at peace with him. i"o-daj  the elephant evades man and is with diftU  culty found. Travelers in those regions, describe the tricks by which the elephants  have learned to avoid him in their few years  of knowledge ot the white man and his  gun. Some of them are tricks -whieli woald  do credit to an even more sagacious animal  and remind one ct the sagacity of the American   Indian. y    ,  The  elephant  uses  his  trunk;  aad" his olfactory organ to learn or approaching danger.  In  Eastern  Africa  he frequents  the bills in.  order   to   take  advantage .ofV, the   fxiequeas  change  in  the  direction  of-.- the wind  which  occur as the sun changes its latitude.. Throwing his trunk into sae air- from time to time  he can detect the  approach of man from  a  considerable  distance.   Then off  he  and his  fellows go at a ������peed tha������;will isx the esSft-  est runner.   This: he -will; maintain for hours,  making   it   difficult   to,.-keep  up   with   him.  When he ahd his fellow* decide it is safe to  stop   they  take  shelter  beneath  a  grove  of  trees,   where ,��������� they .-will  stand   in ^absolute  silence for hour*^���������that is, silence  so "far aa  It  is within ythelr-power *o control it.   Unfortunately,,; .there   is  .one   clew   which   they  cannot conoeal: it yis the noise ot digestion.  ���������* he  gifeat  hulk requires  Iflrge quantities  of  food  for -it' maintenance,   an<1 . the operation  of "digesting-.the branches and . foliage in his  mammoth'laboratory can be heard far enough  away*pto."serve*'������s  ay-guide to   the  hunter,  y  The* evidences ot destruction of large numbers of elephants may be found in the ivory  markets'." In the   Antwerp  market   alone   it  is said  that the  tusks  or 18,500  Congo  elephants are received  each year.   The African  elephants Fhavo much  larger  tusks than  ths  Indian  elephants.      A    pair ^weighing    450  pounds were  once  taken  in  Africa, one   ot  -which  is now   in   the  British  museum.   The  average weight' for a pair, however, Is about  ���������one  hundred   poundu,   compared   with   about  fouty-flve pounds   fo������*   '.ho   Indian   elepnant.  Tho ivory from the rMaai* elenhant la preferred above all other ivory for billiard balls.  It  ia aasorted  that in the  whole vast Kil-  manjaro   district,   where   thousands   of   elephants  a few  yeara  ago  lifted   their  bulky  forms across the veldt thoro are to-day  not  more than 250 to .100 left.  ���������Tho thirst for ivory,' said Mr.  Schillings,  -hnn for many years been the cause of the  formation  of armed hordes in  German East  Africa.   Those   hordes   will   pursue   tho  ele-  phnntu with  powder and shot on thoir own  account or are hired by native agents. They  often travel through whole districts, clearing  Iho   plncQ  entirely   of   elephants.   They   are  -exceptionally well armed with rltlea and are  accustomed to hunt largo elephants in bands  or three or moro.   They huut them in thoir  customary   refugeet������~in   dense   jungle���������   and  fire only whon quito cloee.   They take flight  after a few -allots, nu tbe animal often makes  a rush toward demto clouds of smoke.   Often  they follow wounded boantn for-several days.  Kvery   rifleman   marks   his   own   particular  ahot with   a  peculiar  nlgn  in  order  that   it  wny   be   ascertained  who   gave    tho    death  wound.  'All of tho year 180C, the native "political  lagent" of the ntntlbn at j>toehl   had a monopoly  of   elephant   nhooting  in   Kllmanjaro.      Mis  iwoplo troverRod tho whole district  In  large  hands.   Tho practised and trustworthy peopi*  of the company provided the caravann with  wild game of  all  klndB,  tho best shots devoting   thwneelves   to  elephants.      At Home  sjirlngB I found dozens and dozens ot rhln-  oj.orofleii, murdorwl by  lh������8e "Maku."   They  alno succeeded in destroy Ing numbern of ������lr-  uffoa, much pouglit after oa account of their  hlrt<������.   Tbo  same  roportu  were  wsard  About  other parts ot tbe country at the samo time.  Tho rhinoceros a>������o is '-^pendent upon hU  fiennn of nmcll  for secarlty.   Ills  Kreat hide  protnctH him ogaintt the onslaughts of other  animate awl the arrowa ot  tbo  native,  but  asalnut  tho  fleet  and  penetrating  bullet   It  U of no avail.   When bin huge bulk rlncs In  the   groan   ugaiUHt   the   nky   he   preaenwi   n  tempting mark.   Unlike tho elephant, he has  a fsatherivt iontlnel to worn him of the approach of mnn.   Usually when nt rait a bird  "viljjhw   upon  his   back  for   tho   purpoNO   ot  feedlnic upon tho vermin  which   nnnoya tbe i  bint  animal,   ill*  entire  back  ia   sometimes  eoverpd  with  the  friendly  bird*.   He  h1������mv������  In peace, certain  that when the sharp eyes  or   the   blrdn   detect   the   approach   of   im  ������nemy they will fly away, thus warning him,  The horns of the rhlnocero* make hlra valuable,   fnr   they  uro   not   infrequently   llir<o  Test Ions and have been known almo������t f,v<*  feet In length,   flometlmw coast traders ro-  eclve bundles  containing the   horn* or  four  hundred rhinoceroses, each of which wa* at  least fifty years old  when  killed.  Tho so-called white rhinoceros, which hit*  been almost exterminated, next to ih������ elephant ts tha Unrest mammal treading the  face of tha earth. Halt a century ago the  npccUw wm still so enormous that ICurIIrIi  Nporttmen wer* able to kill sixty of tham in  the course of a fow months In the nelKhbur-  ���������jixkI of the Ora/itfe Jllvi-r and ZmiiYhV..  Tha white man, rather than tbo black,  In r������������ponslble for the dnntruotlmi or tin,  rblnncoroti. It U told of a German who wnii  to nrltlsh ISaat Africa In connection willi a  utopisn undertakintr, thnt afiar his pollltaal  oohenin failed, he, with a companion, mi-  Oiled himself In th* recklMi* slsusMer of  Mg pmmn. In (hit ooursoof two or three  yearn he killed on hundred and fifty rhlnoc-  eronew, belnsThlmseir finally killed l������y ono.Ill*  companion shot one hundred snd forty mora.  Owing to the ������low oropaiinatlott of the rhin-  oruroM, it Is out I mated that should no more be  lullni It wowld r*������j������ln> ������������v*^.������l r-eniiirliw to  rcriilr the lon-H whUb has biuin imuilnd la  1-Jnnt Africa.  In nrltUh K**t Arnr* ������acti<iu������i t,t Ih^ t-ouo-  try Imvo been ������>.-t uiMrt for the prusnrva-  tlon nf tha animals, Licinaos, ror which a  Ti<(< |������ charRi*d. and whUh iwrmllii the d<������������-  trutlon of only a certain number of anlrnnlM.  ?:'V,\i  It  ftr-:?-*^   *r>������ *.h* ������<Mifliimiiii   Iwt'ikr*  h������  ean Mhoot thom. " Unfortunately ������v*u this  'um uf prtiUttUu l.i lAftUfffcfrr.!. ������������ fh������ri������  are f������w men omployed to Kusrd tho resurvas  and tlior* is much "poscb4i������f" by natlvus  and whltM.  In tun article recently fttibllahed In tha  Wauonal  Ttsyltw,   urgla������  bettsr proteatam  Are Of No   Coftd  :     Wqrl*   '  Som������ Keii 11AV6 the ambition to do  things. Then the -world iliears of an Al-  e\.ander3 a Caesar, a Napoleon, a Grant.  Other men there are, says The London  Mail, uhoee only ambition is to do nothing, not even "sit by the fire and spin."  When such men die the world says  "Good riddance;  there rocs nobody."  Men who have ambition to do nothing  are found everywhere TLey are the  curse of society., the drag of. ybxisiness  awl the dregs in the cup of life.  The other day a young mah'^as discharged from his position by 'his employer. In extenuation of Vhims������H he  snid: "Why do you discharge me? I  have done notliing." "Yes," said the employer "that is just the reason I discharge you, because you have not dono  ���������mytliiug." .-.'.,:. ...-7-.yA'-.V-'- ���������������������������--:���������-  Yrars ������^o a'"y^ung- Arttan wrote to. a  fain-i'ds elerg-ytiiftn, asking him to;,flTid an  easy position for him, and We reply is  said to have been: Ay."My itear boy,  there is only one easy place, and that is  in tho grave."' Yet there are many  men who ate in aearoh of the "soft  ji'.ap," content forever to sit down doing nothing, being nothing; living idle,  aimless Kves.  Such nien as these; are forgetful of  the fa������t thatwealth without labor, position "withOt^y use of that position nnd  leisure iuieaT:n������d are the v&ry thin^s  that tak������ aw*ay the jes>t of life., fill tlie  ntihd of man withyunutttsrable bit.terue^  and mad jealousies tfiat inflame the  passions and: incite.to;the performance of  the.; worst-of deeds. Nothing oouies from  nothing is the old law of life. It needs  to i>e emphasized again and again. Every  great creation of art. every masterpiece  of literature, every victory for the right  and truth has been won at the price of  | hard and continuous labor.  Behind every great action there is a  great heart. Behind every noble creation there is an aspiring souL If a boy  refuses to master his lessons he is simply wid-jning the distance between hisn  and the Deketable Mountains of an  achieved success and is preparing himself for a life of us*le������sm*9s, sloWa and  contemptible idleness.  _���������*, bov reading a Bible lesson came to  He visits the e  MR. SKYGACK,  FROM MARS,  arth as a special correspondent   and   makes   wireless   observations   in  his notebook. V        yyA  ETIQUETTE FOR TBE TRAVELER.  ���������--  - ��������� "'--��������� ��������� ��������� - "      -  ������������������''      ���������   '     ' . ��������� x\  Sensible Rules Given For the Guidance of Railway  Journeys....  This is the day of rapid transit and ot        A masculine escort buys a lady a tick-  uch travellihc.    The* perplexing  ques-    et  at  the  station,  checks her  baggago  and carries her grip or bag into the car.  the words Sh&drach, Meshack and  Abednego. Reading and unable to pronounce them, he skipped them. A few  days afterward,. reading the same lesson in an examination, and sti "I unable  to proh'ennce the hard* names, hs said:  'There's them fellers again."' Everyday life means a daily meeting of some  Shadirach, Meshack or Abednego. and  tuiless mastered there is absolutely no  advance. .'���������������������������.  Work is valuable not simply because  of the outward things it constructs, such  as bridges, ships and towers. More useful is it in the secret character that it  constructs, enabling th������ building of  greater tilings as the years roll by.  The idler, th������ dawdler cannot be &  happy or a useful citizen. He who sits  by the fire and loafs will soon want a  fire and a loaf to satisfy his hunger and  warm his miserable body.  The Little Paper    Printed Wheie You  Used to Live.  "lisn't filled with cuts and pioture* nor tha  latest news dispatch os;  And tlie paper's often dampened,  and  the  print  la someUmee  blurred.  There la only one edition, and tifa������ eye quite  often   catches  Traces of a missing letter, and at tlmee a  mis-spelled word.  No cablegram hor epecial anywhero the eye  engosoe;  The make-up is raaybaps a trifle crudo and  srlmitivo.  But   an  atmoepboro  of  home-like  tilUi ond  pormoates  tbo pogce  Of tho Httlo country papor, printed  where  you used to Uvo,  How the heart #rowa soft and tender whilo  its  columne you'ro poruoine.  Every   ltora is  familiar,   ovory   name  you  know   full   woll.  Aud n flood of recollection paaaes o'or while  you'ro muBlnjt  On tbo pant,   and weaves  about you   an  tnuiftlnatlvo   ������peU,  You  onn   seo  tho   old   homo   vlllnt*,   once  amain In fancy; eoomlng  To bo clasping hand of nolghbor, and of  friond and relative;  And  their  fitcwi  rlso boforo you   na  you'ro  Idly,   fondly   droamlng  O'er the Utt.lo country pnipor prtnt������rt whore  you  used  to Uvo.  ���������Kaiuuui City   .Journal.   ������i������   ���������    -'-  SKXTKNCKD    TO  SUNDAY   SCHOOL.  (Toronto Mail and Empire.)  In New llnmswick a ln<l convicted of  burglary has been sentenced by ,T\idi������a  ForhPH, noli to tlie penitentiary, but to  six yeiirs' rcgulttr attendance at -'.'htiruli  und Sunday Bchool, This ptinlahment ib  not ordcr������d hy tlie Criminal Ood*. Yet  it may do inore gotxl than tho regular  penalty.  '      '        .,,., ��������� ��������� <��������������������������� ....   Wellington's Service of Plate.  The DuchesH of Wellington posHeaHOii  tin* Hiilendld service of Hovtcr made for  N'apnWiii f., of which ovory Hinglo pioeo  is different, the sot being practically  |iiici'h'HH.  In tin* cHlnrK nt Ap������loy TToiiHa \n ninn  l!n������ wondiM-fiil Hcrvico.'of plato proar-nlcd  by Portugnl in the Iron Tniko, which him  bfi'ii valued nt ;C20l>,000. Tho confci<ipip������o  i* fivn f������������i't. high, nud four men art* rtv  Miiiri'd lo lift it on to tho tabic.���������Lnn-  much  tion often arises as to what courtesies  of the road should be observed. Tnere  are many good and sensible rules of etiquette for travellers.  A man acting as escort to a woman is  preceded by her into the coach. He will  also draw back politely, giving the right  ot -way' to any woman who attempts to  enter tbe train. .'  A well-bred man will be as courteous  to a plainly dressed aiid evidently poor  Avbman as he will toy one of evids :$  wealth and refinement. .-..'This--reminder  .should not seem necessary to a geiitle-  inan, but many men have forgotten their  chivalrous upbringings especially in large  cities, and often rush heedlessly on, regardless of the comforts-and rights oi  ^others..'.      - . ...y .' ,;.������������������..-.���������"���������'  Po not push or shove.  If you are late be..considerate and accept the best seat available upon your  entrance with grace.  Do not aliow. your boxes * and bags to  protrude into the aisle, and put theni in  as little space as possible.  Should tht-coach have empty untakeii  seats it is permissible to place your baggage on such seats.  At no'time is it bo important to ob-V  serve strictly the "etiquette of the road"  as -vhea  sharing ae'eommodationi-  with  others.  It is very inconsiderate of a passenger  to open a window, on that side of the  coach from which cinders and smoke fly  into the car.  Such lack of consideration often causes  a fellow passenger to contract grip or  serious colds. You should always, there-'  fore,, ask permission before raising a  window.  A well-bred person is seldom a rest-"  less passenger.  J>o not move up and down the aisle  and from one car to another, slamming  and banging the doors.  Perfect composure is the outward sign  of a good traveller.        ,  It is a poor plan to discuss your pri-  vate affairs in a railway train. It * 3  not permissible to tuke an undue interest in the affairs of your fellow passengers.  A well-bred person wil speak in modulated tones and will never laugh, loudly.  Self-control should be maintained if  possible���������even in cases of deep grief,  It ia an unfailing sign of the bourgeois  to display motion in public places.  -Many'person* erroneously think that  the way to apeak .to the man at tho  ticket window, conductors, baggage mon,  etc., is in a sharp,' short manner���������*peremptory, if >not bullying. Courtesy is, always a paying iiiveatment, and a good  traveller is noij; only prompt to say  "thank you," but will gladly perform  Binall favoro for fellow paHtscngcrB.  A gcntlomart in a coach should .offer  to raise an obdurate window for a, woman, be she a stranger or friond.  Unless the journey is a short one he  should accept the money from her for  the ticket lie purchases.  He may excuse himself to enjoy a  smoke in the smoking car, returning before their destination is reached in order  to assist her in leaving the car.  Do not attempt to entertain a person  with whom you are travelling all the  while;     This is most annoying.  In the dining car the lady pays for her  meals if the journey is a long one. Her  escort A may assume this privilege on a  short one.  Unless she has friends with her she  should dine before the fashionable hour.  Introductions are not necessary aboard  stesamers for long voyages; "Good-morning" and "Good-evening" serve as sufficient introduction to the persona Bitting at your table. .  'Do not read aldndyorVgossip' about  your fellcv* pa*engers.  It is good form-for ladies to promenade  I with young.men on board, but it is not  i permissible to sit out oii deck with them  '' after' 11 o'clock. y"V; .;     . y yAyy  On loaving ship politeness dictates an  'adieu to the captain and officers.  A man on a train or'ship. .will..wear; a  sacque coat and trousers, of gray or bluo  serge, dogskin gloves, white or colored  .linen. ��������� ���������"..  At dinner on a steamer patronized by  fashionable people evening dress is worn.  A woman on.a.train.will wear a tailored gowi or walking suit of some dark  shade; at sea, for deck wear, a walking  gown with &mail, h&t.or cap aud veii; a  foulard silk or gown or shirtwaist suit'  at dinner, unless the custom on board  is to wear dinner gloves. A well-bred  woman will not wear jewels on shipboard.  M. S.���������-A fir*t and formal cnll should  not exceed oms-half hour.  M. S.���������-A first and formal call should  not exceed one-half, hour.  C. L.���������An invitation to a church wedding is answered when it bears tho letters R. S. V. -**^?___  WORLD'S WONDER.  ���������.������������������������������������II    ���������'!! '       '  Light is the Source of All Life and  Energy.  iiiuii'ii in  dun Wor  Id.  -���������'��������� ������-  Nowo.  "Anytliliig impnrlant, happening, on  tin* *'arl.|i" ii������k������'d tlm reporter for tlm  Mmtiiin Diiily (vlirnnicln, luippciilng ill.  "V������'ft," wild tlm cmlimub w*I������ntint' in  ibiu^'i: of tin: oWivaloi'v, brightening  im. "St. LmiiH Iiiih rcnchotl tho tail end  of On* \*niiAuHv ooliiinii itn<l 11*11 T^orl-  nu r Iuim br.nii nu'nlliMicd for Unlli-d  Static Hrnalor,"  Op*?*! PltH f*r J*.tjtt������ WrwW Clf������>fl.  Tlie t>)muttfnr* hnvo orirnuiml in  WitMliiiigtitn, nnd lii'iciifliM no inilomo-  l������il������ witH'k* will 1w* iv'oognlwd tlint do  not \n*n-r tlur* union lnbel.-��������� J'"ix>m tlio In*  diunnjHdit* \vw������,  It is a mail's privilege also to offer his  Mat t6 a woman or to an elderly man,  It in alno hia privilege to tell a follow  trn.vollcir where pIks may procure -luncli-  con when tho train lias   titoppedy, for  I hiTicli. V���������'..���������'���������.>���������-.���������'���������'���������  i If a womuu sociiuj in doubt iu������/to  whoro to obtain a windwioli-and.twin  passing ho may nay, "I ani going out^ to  secure my luncli������on and if yonywiiih.l  will i-ond tlio porter for your ofderft/'; 11  bo buys \\ sandwich for her he 'talio'ujd  accept tha nvoimy which bIic proffore for,.  its payment.  Sliould tho journey bo ono ol otvroo  Atiyt, and tlie imuvciillne ^ie������cngcr BcrvoQ  tbe woinon or womtn who arc travelling  nlonii on Boveral occnKioiiA, ho may ox-  p<Hit that they will treat him with a  plen-mnt frioiidHncM, ovontually give him  their enrd^ and nnk for his in return.  Whon tho journey is short, however*  tliiw in not pormiHuirdo, ������������������'. '   -  Tho man who Iiiih done a eligiit ivcr-  vlw) for a woman during a journey need  not, expect tluit nJu> will recogni%������ him  by oven ho much iim a bow afterward.  The woman who trawls alone rnnat,  flrnt o< all, he dignified and roiwirvcd,  Klir wliould <*.r<U������dlv t.linnk a. feilow-  lnwweiigisr for any aurvicu wllioli he lift*  ilon* for her.  i A *r<on*w*ii travelling with a number ol  AIMren ������*<>idd b* ^rrful to Vee*v tham  In order.  Do not let tiinm run np ami down tU������  ���������lain playing gamwi ������im( annoying th������  oih������r paaMiigem. K������op Ow������n m qulfct  w powJbl* aud iu Uuite leata.    ,  ,  (X\y Tom W. Winduv.)  The npoHtlc of old spoke, moro wisely  than he  hinvsclf  knew  when  he    Hahi,  "I'od is light."   In a i-lngl������ Hcntenee if  three short words    ho- gave   .oven the  ntortt advanced philocophers of our tlnm  thelv grandest conception of ii being who  l������ everywheire at each and ove.ry moment  of timo.   .Light is tin* crown and, glory  of thu visible world.   It Ib tho Houreo  of life and energy to the body.   So far  uh :\vo know it 1* tho most beautiful  nnd glorioiiH of all the mntviiul works of  Uml.: Tho firnt born of creation, It Ik  the ethereal body and form of tho omul fkr word at which    It.'flashed-'   into  beauty.   It Ik the chosen being through  'Avhlch the divine energy continuon ��������� tu  li'estow   and  ������UHtaln  life,   'Kvorything  that' lives und grows in tho! whold kingdom   nf  nature, derives  strength    nnd  Ritltiiuhis from tho light.   There Is no  ,)if<! Imyniid  tho reach of light.   If the  : light of the null should bo put out lu  threw ��������� dnyw thorc would not 1m������ u trace  of vegotnble or animal life loft on tho  faeo nf tho glolx*.  Tho nci-iin of water, whieli in ulways  {Uniting in the air above iih would de-  Hcmid in deluges, of rain and drifts of  blinding snow,' Tlio rivers, the hikes ami  the sea would'.Ito ehaugoil tn nolld ice,  Tho temperature of thu whole ntmos-  plmri' would full 2(10 degreen lielow tho  fwc.zlng point, and no plant or, uuiinnl  could live lu such it euhl for nil hour.  It Ih tho silent nhd peaceful light which  kiu'pn the wmid fi'iini heennilng such nil  ley grave, nuilr u wildeineHH Mif dentil  at any \vn\V.' And yet. of this Miibtlo  nnd myHterlfiiis ngem>y we know luahiug  except Its effeetH.  W<f! nee all thhigii by the help nf Its  llt'ht, but. the light HMf we ennnot seo.  Wo cannot weigh it in tlio luilanees, wo  eiuiiKit u.vuKuu- Hn Tunn ot* 4"������nKfiaidne.  Wa ennnot touch lis body or suhstnnoo.  Wo cannot hear the sound of Its coming  or going "  i  makes no change of taste in the purest  fountain. We cannot estimate the limits  of its power. Its waves are shot from  the sun, moon and more distant stars  with such terrific force that it loses*  no velocity in flying a thousand million  leagues.  LIGHT WAVES .MEASURED BY MILLIONS.     *  The vibrations ot air in producing the  highest not* of sound upon the ear are  about 8,000 iu a second.   The waves   or  impulses of light in producing llic sensation o|  color" unon'the eye arc  800  J millions of millions III a  iceond.    The  | force with v-hWh rays of light nre shot  1 from thc'siin lo tiftrry them so fast and  so   far  is  '10,000  million time**   greater  tlian the force with which a leaden ball  would fall from your hand to the? floor.  If a ray of light equalled enc weight of  a grain of hand a single second of nun-  ������.hinc would shatter the caith to atoms.  The  heut  of  the  surface of the  Bun,  which sends us our light, is  so intense  that  to eqtml  it on one  square  rod of  ground   we   would   be   obliged   to  burn  1,000 tons of coal a day.   The great fire,  which  the bieath  of  the  Almighty  has  kindled to  keep our earth warm sends  out  2,000  million   times   as   much light  and   heat  as  the.   whole  earth  receives,  and yet the fiery fountain flows on free  und full from age to age.  ...   (!od has made a covenant of.the day  und night that the la*>ys of growth and  decay   arid   the   seasons   of  sowing and  reaping 'shall....remain, unchanged as long  as the earth stands.   Should God forget  this convenant so .far as to increase,or  diminish in the least the length of time;  in which  the  great   earth   wheel   turns  on its axis it would derange and in the  end  destroy   the    whole     kingdom    of  nature.   It is only because the hand of  the Almighty turns the axis of the earth  with   perfect   uniformity    beneath   our  feet that we are able to walk our streets  by day or sleep in our houses by night.  SIDEREAL DAY VARIES j^OT.    ���������'*  Tlie vast globe of the earth swings iii.  empty space with no support save tlie  upholding word  of the Almighty  God.  It flies in its orbit a thousand     times  faster than the swiftest railroad train.  It  rolls  upon its axis so swift that  a  point  on  the  surface  of  .the equator  moves as  far  as  from Boston  to      St.  Louis in a single hour. It is this rolling  of the earth on its axis that brings the  day  and  night.   And the   revolution  is  completed in  absolutely  the same time  from age to age. The greatest astronomers the world has ever seen, skeptic and  Christian alike, solemnly declare     that  the sidereal day has  not  varied  in  3,-  000 years the one-hundredth part of a second, -'.-...vy.- -  If in ninety generations of men the  day had grown longer or shorter by the  hundredth part of the time that it takes  the .heart ��������� to lieat onces astronomers  could detect the change. But instruments that can measure eighty one-  thousandths part of a second in space,  and observations that have been continued 3,000 years of time can discover Vno  -variation!,. It is impossible for any one  of us to move our hands a single yard  or to walk tiie length of a two horse  wagon with a uniform motion*. The inventive genius of men lias never been  able to make a wheel perform one re-;  volution with perfect uniformity.  The Aunseen hand of God has beeii  turning this vast earth for 3,000 years  and men have been watching the revolu-  I tions with the nicest scrutiny till.they,  have counted more than a million, and  yet in"-all'-that'time, they, haVe uot detected the. hundredth oai't of a second  of irregularity.   .  The heavens declare the glory of God  by their vastness of extent. We think  it a long voyage to cross the Atlantic  ocean, yet we should have to travel that  distance 10,000 times before wc could  reach our nearest planetary neighbor  revolving in company with lis around  the sun. To reach the most remote of the  little family of planets belonging to our  system we would have to travel a million  times as far as from Philadelphia to San  Francisco.  DISTANCE OP STARS.  Our earth is 25,000 miles in  circumference,' and  yet  light  flies  with  such  inconceivable velocity that it would encompass our,earth fivo times while wo  pronounce one work.   The  nearest  star  which we see in the heavons is bo far  distant that it takes three      years in  roaohing bur oyo. The light of the polar  star  loft  its  distant  homo   boforo  tho  living. Long ns tho man who is ton years  past middle life hns lived in tho world,  birth of somo of tho oldest pooplo. now  the quenchless beam linB     boon flying  across the  abysH of  space,      nenr 200  miles ovory second, and it has only just  reached  us thin  moment.  And still moro than this.' You have  only to look up on nny olonr night., you  will boo stars whoso light has been on  its journey millions of yours' to meet  your oyo, The Htar may have been blot-  tod out of oxistonpo millions of years  liofove the creation of man, and yet tho  Stream of light which was on its way,  and by which it is seen, will continue,to  como for a million years in the future.  The dimensions of the stars nm an as-  sonds forth a flood of light 500 times as  groat ns our noonday, Our sun in moro  than a million times as largo' as our  oarth, and yet ono star of tho Tloiades is  bqunl in glory to 1,200 of our'auns, and  thorc aro eighteen millions of Jmns in  the system to which our system belongs  ns ono, And astronomers hnvo discovered 4,000 suoh BystomB���������flovcnty-two mll-  Hoiih of suns, and ovovy siin doubtless  surrounded hy a thousand lessor worlds!  -. +������������.. .........    .  (liy Harold Carter.)        i, . .,  ^atliaiiSdii, th-fe storekeeper Mv/ImJ  bought illicit diamonds and. sold illicit  liquor in Kimberley as side issues to  his business, sat in trust of his wrecked  store holding his head and groaning iu  bitterness of soul.  '  It was noc that trade hnu fallen of?,  or that he was in danger of arrest for  "his diamond dealings. Universally  known as the most audacious of diamond purchasers from natives employed  in the miiiet,, he had never rendered him- '  self liable to conviction. But his most  profitable enterprise, his secret grog  shop, had been wrecked with axes wielded by the militant members of thev Plymouth Brethren Chape! over the- way,  and stocks of liquor, aggregating hundreds of pounds in value had been pbrtr-  ed into the gutters by the Rev. Abel  Jones ;and his temperance organization.  After which he had been fined ������20O in  the courts. Now he was planning how  to get even.  ���������'If they was honest,in their convictions I could respec' 'em," he muttered-  "But them folks 'd skin ihe hide oft it  dead jackal an' sell tlie meat for game-"  As he mused there a shadow darkened  his path, and, looking up, he saw Van  : Meyer, a Dutchman with whom he had  had various dealings.  "What's the news, Alf?,r asked Na- ���������  thanson wearily.  :. A "Man, I'm ruined," broke out -Van  Meyer' excitedly. "The excise has seized  all ���������. iny ostriches because Eye "been os-  porting feathers wifchoutj paying -the  duty,* and I'm ruined."      " , -  "What, all gone, Alf ?" asked Nathan-  eon. _  ��������� :"Ail but'old -tali," answered the  Dutchman moodily, sinking into a chair.  "And he wasn't worth taking. What  am I going to do ?"  "When in doubt play diamonds," said  Ivathanson, slowly. Into his fertile brain  the scheme of his levengc was already  leaping.  ���������*"' "I thought you might loan me enougli  to get a few young birds,'' said Van  Moyer beseechingly.  y'"What, me?" said Nathanson. r"Whyr  Alf, last night tho������e ^psalm-singing  Brethren poured my stock of brandy into the street and wrecked the shop.' T ���������  can't help you. But 1 will "tell you  what I will do." he added. And he ini-  t> folded his scheme into the Dutchman's  ear.-  Thoy Plymouth Biotluen were proud  of their new Dutch convert.; It was not  many ..weeks bcfui'e Van Meyer and the  Rev. Abel Jones were bosom company  ions. ��������� Van Meyer saved from the devices of Satan, Van Meyer forswearing  drink, Van Meyer cutting Nathanson,  his old crony, in the street ostentatiously; Van Meyer in soberest black, lead-  in ,'gth.c* congregation in the psalms, T,vas  an: increasing ^oy.  y y But: on that wonderful day of rejoicing when Van Meyer made public confession of his sins in the little chapel,  every heart went out to him. He hinted  darkly at his wickedness, his determination to lead an upright life for the future. His private confession he reserved for the Rev. Abel Jones afterward.  "Brother." he began, "I may as well  out with it.   You know I've seemed.,kin 1  + n,lr,tv������l      ol.l  ..      "UHl       CT11,1  .v *. u * ,.       xr.\.c ^...1        ......  m  m  THE COLONEL OP THE SITUATION.  (Atlanta Coustitutlou.)  "State aftor Stato is going 'dry,* Colonel." '  "I know it, sir," snapped tho Oolonol.  "And son thoro will nob bo a 'toddy1  in tho whole country."  "Woll. sir," finid tho Colonel, " Euro-  poan trip has boon tho droam of my Ufa,  out���������-" y '���������-  . Hero tho Colonel pri used,, nnd thon concluded:  "Jlut-r-eomo to think of It.,' there's ������v  good deal <������)' vvaLtii' 'Lwlxl \mu) and Eli-  ropo!"  -    .      ***���������     to piikVk'nt linNClIIXfl.  (Chicago News.)  Thero   ought to bo nn   liiternatlonal  ndirtii  |������u  tiiu n������.ij������t ia*.*-. to t1*it,,A&ii}\*,.'  1*1  wouldn't let him bo shold, seeing as he's  no use for feathers?" v  Tlie ptutor nodded. Then Van Meyer  bent down and whispered in thp pastor's  ear, causing that gentleman to start  violently.  "Not a word of this, uot a word.'r said  the Dutchman, as he hurried away.  But before nightfall eaeh of the congregation  knew, and   thought    himself  tlio sole depository of the fnct that Bill,  the old ostrich, was a walking diamond .,  mine.  'In* other words, that he had boon  trained to swallow diamonds wliich Na- ���������.-,  thanson bought from native thieves, and,  that several thousand pnuiidul. worth resided in the interior of his crop.; A,  '    Also that Van Meyer, moved by Are-  "miVrse. was ii bout to  sell the,  bird ������fcV  auction for what it would fetch, giving  tho proceeds to the chapel, leaving ITiu  diftmonds, which, its    tainted    wealth,  eould not/be donated, to remain undisy  covered forever. .'-.'���������  Kiniboiiey has soon extravagant bids,'"  hut. never such as \yorc offered f0v tlrjit';'  ostrich in  the market  place  thoincjctii', \,rt%  morning.   Tho bidderfl woroyrtotiyot������������������'t))i6iiy:X'X0  Brethren, though iiuimborK br tho. 'fli^k;.V'"' ���������'  might, havo, booii soeri hovering1 p*i:iiycr������',-'.:'.'V;  fully upon the'outskirts of tho throng.  Bill finally  fell  to va man rot>rcsentlng  nn unknown syndicate, who paidA X7,lpO  for him in cold, hard cash.   ,������������������' ,'*,'��������� A,?;.AV"!;: yVy  Vnn Meyer. InVhobtsV'riiidiVsiiiirs^ipnfe'y  Upon liis';-horso In front;,of Nathansou'i*!'  storo, AHuddonly tho roivvi of'n. moli;;cam������ ���������y'ij't;';ff1jytf\<\  faintly from tho murkiit place.  ,Nrtit;hai������-'\ yV^'y;    ,;;:|  son rofioV';:'"'A    "'���������' Xy'A ���������''.   ���������Ay\^XA' J:' 'AA'aA  "By-l>y,  Alf,"  ho  snid, grlpjilng'A'*lii^;:'y,Vi' , yi������  friend's hivml,   "Hide for your UfoAoyprft;: :        ';  tlm boundary."- ''      '   ''        ' ���������������������������'': ��������� "-':.*:;*;������������������;:  :f- i-'xyy  And as his friond disnppi'iired in m*'���������.-���������;      ..-Xy  cloud, of duHt ho chuckled und Klripped yy^  Ills thlgh������.; ;'���������', V    y'XiA^'XXYAXJy: .,-;,"< ,' ""   ''''  'Eight Mtuiulrod, nmt.flifly prmmlj4," ho,  mused." "Which pays for the brandy  thoy wiistod Ariiid; IpaVos a littlo somo*  thing ovor for IntorcBt,'*     '  ���������' ���������, -.  ���������-'*".'������������������ '���������*>���������������    FIULEDKEQ WITH  EfEES.  yy-vy ���������   , .*.; ���������'.���������"'���������',       V      .."..,'';" J  Butt  df Jokers Got  Even With    thio  A     Crowd.  .'  .  Tired of being niado the butt of pracV  tlcal jokers, Stephen Swartit, of Aspln-F  wall,  l*n., *^loplmned to hiw friends t<v  join him in disponing of a bovrel of boor ,  near town. On their arrival the' Frioiida  found Bwnrtu sitting by a cool looking  kog witli a .largo ico cako on top. Stovo ;  nsked another to knock tho bung qui. und  f;ct the   fnucpt   Btnrtod whllo he ivont  nto thb houso for moro glasses,  *   A guest,.pulled Ilia-stopper, from tho  keg ; arid .'.'loosed two pecks of until been  ,lntn the air. Fivo hundred stings   woro  infHoled on Swartis's liicndu inside tjioA  next two inlrnuloR. 'rita .boos had.'hectr, fwtf*,*^  Imprisoned   by  Htovo   whilo  tlioy''w'loifai  swarming tho dny boforo.  Mr, Rwnrfcr. hns loft town. When last  seen ho wa������ four rods abend of his near*  <!nt former frionds.  Pole to *<v thnt ������������1  r^t.������������r������> ������vimiy I  ami that no ono stoats a,^mr������k^no*   What would     you nil vlw mo to do."  Vredily���������Nho Is nil tho world to mo!  anu  mat no one  mviwi* iy.,n���������������������v������; ���������>���������*"��������� ��������� ���������.">.������   ,...,....      ,.   ���������   ..  ..Li,, k,.������ ��������������������������������������������� ., - ��������� . announcing In a cnsiial wdhf that he U IVovcy���������fiao a little moro or tho world,  It* prcseneo Jn tvery drop   going berry picking In Michigan.. : old chop.���������Kama** City 'Journal.,  ;    , ^  ; ,L; .'.^fVi^-Jy,^.,.^!,'  yx^'i>\ &'  M^XcSm^^N^M^l^-::  '���������.'.���������' Y^yyyf.: 'v-y.Ayyx ���������'������������������'..'.Y^yyx--''YYX'y'AXAyyYy.Yy -yy^ffilyi^AiVA-Xtvilsi  XMX&H2L  ���������FHWF������anHAMnM.a  SSSS'SS  ww���������8 m���������me  BIbb  trooc/ /  /   T  JK>  nn  ������ *  7>ifeti  4  or jl,������Dop  ifere  &  a/2   Opportunity for the cMan of Small cMeans  Thia advertising announcement is especially directed to sueh.  readers ol this pap r as are honestly interested in their future;  men and women who are not living altogether for today, bat who  have belore them a definite and fixed purpose, and so shape their  destiny each day, by word and deed, so that at some date not far  in the future they may be able to achieve the crowning event of  their lives. r    *  It is only human that we should each desire to have in onr own  name much of this world's goods, sufficient at least to provide  for comfort and independence during onr old age. It is quite  true that only a lncky fow attain this position in the days of their  youth.  Are yon satisfied with yonr future prospects ?  Do you know beyond the shadow of a doubt that within three  or five years' time you will amass a fortune ?  Oonld you say to yourself, right now, that in the next 18 months  . you will have practically made or saved from  the  investments  which yoa are making to day sufficient funds to provide yourself  and family a comfortable living for ten years' time ?  money iu oil companies means quick, and in some cases, large  returns, particularly so in cases'where the Companies are operating in shallow territory which assures inexpensive drilling and  quick action on the invested capital.  Crude oil at the present market price is beingvpurchased from  the producer at sixty-three cents per barrel at the weii. Mr. Aubrey, California State Mineralogist, states that oil atf l per barrel  is cheaper fuel than coal. Two and a half barrels of oil are equal  to as fuel a ton of coal, so that quantity of oil at a dollar a barrel  or $2.60 ig the equal of a ton of coal at $8.  Taking the federal geologist's figures as a basis for calculation,  there is at present in the Coalinga district oil worth $2,000,000,000  The great Comstock jrines produced only ������645,000,000.  me  =-^ w'^b^"Sf% A44^>������  of  the  ga  v^iOSv  Millions from a  ^���������e*u/  'Dollars  In Oil  'Ohanglor and Canfield were both poor prospectors. Realizing  the great bossibilities and future of the California oilfields, thev  placid their savings in the oil indnstry and axe todav rated aa  multi-millionaires.  , Zed Philips, four years ago last September, alighted from the  train ist th'e Coalinga Field, and was tho possessor of $23. The  inagio "28" did not disturb him; he was the proud owner of a  million, dollars' worth of grit, nerve aud energy. He worked  hard, saved his money, and did things. He invested his earnings  in the oilfields'and as a result he is now worth a quarter of a  snillion.  It would be difficult to devote much space' to such men as Do-  heuy, G'-Uonneil, Chansior, Hardison, Stewart and thousands of  others who through sinalVinvestments ia the great oil industry  of California became men of wealth.  Dont Sigh and cRegrei���������  Do Something  We of ten look back and think to ourselves that had our fore-  eight been as good as our hindsight, we would have done differently. This looking baok to disappointments that have passed is  particularly interesting in oonneetion with the California oil  ���������fields:  Jrroperty  Eureka Oil Company CI  To Great Gusher Well  The holdings of the Coalinga Eureka Oil Company consists of  eierhty acres, situated in Section 24, Township 21 South, Range  14 East, Fresno County, California, separated by only two sections from the famous Section 6, the home of the great '*5il"  Ver Tip"  gUSher and of the Lucile, Amy, Pacific States  big  District News  E. Oartwright is having a new residence built at Erickson.  Mrs. Hethome is the new cook at C.  O. Rocgers' camp at Canyon Cily. -- *  Mr. E. C. "Wilson was doing some repair  work oa the rifie range this week.  AU.J.O.     ,,.   J_,&<cJ-OAe,    VI JUlAUO&UU,   IITOUb   u\r  Cranbrook on Saturday for a short stay  jni6 wxxu straw D6mss ars usgizuiiug  to ripen on ilr. Browuriggs place near  Erickson.  Tbe big stumping machine owned Iv?  the Canyon City Lumber  Co,  good work on block 812.  s doing  in  at  W K.   ".������������������������������������������������������  ii  ii  II  Sterling         ������������������  ...'���������������...  ... ii .,  II  Promier        "  it  it  II  Monte Oris to "  ii  , '.'4'.  1.  Record         "  ii  . .i1. '  II  B.BV&MoK.  ���������<  ii  '    **  Bauer Dough  ���������i  ���������i  1.  Luoilo          "  ii  <i  II  San Joaquin  ir  .' '���������."  II  Peerless        "  ii  ii  II  Keru River   "  ii  ii  II.  Central Oil   "  '��������� '���������.  .,  ,!������.,.,'  II  Others Have Made Money  -Why Not Yoa?  The following is a list of "IFS " that aro opening invostors'  eyes to the possibilities of California oil snares:      ...���������-..-  If yirnhadinvested$100atgroundfloor prlceatn������������������  Sliver Tip, you oould have mado .... .... $(100    ' .... ....        $1,000  .... .... 1,000   i  .���������..:...    l.ioo  .... .... 1,120  ....       2,000  ...; .... 3,400  '1,100,  ..,.,      ..-'   .,.. 5,000  6,700    0,������B0  o.aoo  v....        ....      in,ooo  If yon had pnrohnnod Plrial Oil shores jit SBo. por sharo, you  oould havo sold at $25 per sharo; it pays a regular monthly dividend onGo.po������\Hiiuro���������a monthly income of $60  on an original investment of $100.  "Whon the "Silver Tip" woll in tho Coalinga ollualds onuio in,  this stock jumped in a night from OOo. to $4, and haH boou paying  u dividend of lOo, por sharo ever since.   Thia is reootit history,  > having ooourrod but a short timo ngo.  Yon hnvo tho samo opportunities today In tho Coalinga bllflolds  nnd plenty of thom, hut you must think, roauon and aualyizo for  yourself boforo yoa oan hopo to acquire yoar share of tlie world's  wealth, you must havo tho courage oi your own convictions  ���������arid act.  Oil Securities  It li ttatod by tho host of oil nnthorltlos that 00 pur oont. of tho  wells drilled iu tho proven Bono of the Coalinga Hold prodadb oil.  Yon must thcroforo rtmllzo that the ������l������monfc or risk io an oil Investment ia praoticitlly oUtulnatod,   JTurthttrmoro, plaoing your  producers ef tais great field. Section 18. adjoining the Coalinga  Eureka property is the scene of unequalled activity;, , Derricks  have been built, tools haxded out and drilling operations are being carried ou with relentless energy. It is the undoubted opinion of .experts and practical oil men that Sections 18 and 24 are  destined to produce some of the most remarkable wells in the  Ooaliuga field. E. WA Preston, probably the best expert in the  whole of the Coalinga field, and Superintendent of tbe Consolidated Oil Company (whioh adjoins our Coalinga-Eureka property) also General Manager of the New York Coalinga and Aladdin Oil Companies (all producing} writes regarding the m'operty  of the Coalinga-Eureka Oil Oompany:  "You ask me to give au expert report on yonr land in Sections S4, 21 aud 14. I have just retnrned from a very careful  examination of the property. You have the some" identioal  formation that has made the entire West side of the Coalinga  field famous. You are sure to get good wells at medium deptb.  Tais proporty adjoins our property and I have .been trying to  purchase this same tract. While I regret that we wore unable  to procure it, I oannot refrain from congratulating you on securing such a desirable piece of oil land. It means success to  your Company."  Plans of the Company  It is tho plan of the Company to drill and complete at least  four wells during the prnsenc year. These wells, according to  the output of wells on adjacent property, should have an average  yield of 400 barrels per well, or 1,000 barrels pur day, 48 000 barrels por month,  whieh would onaple  the Company  to pay  dividends to the stockholders of  from 3  to 5 per Cent, per ltlOntll hoBides holding in re*  serve a largo sum of money for farther development.  Stock and Disposition of Funds  To complete their first woll, the Oompany ie placing on tho  market a blook of 60,000 shares of Treasury Stock, fully paid and  non-aooossible, at 36o, por share; when this stook is disposed of,  tho prico will bo materially adyanood.  Tbo money rooolvetl from tho sale of this stook will bo expend*  ed in dovolopiug tho proporty in fancy BalnvtoH. Thero nre no  salaried offloialB.        , -...-, , Ay A  Our Officers and Directors  . EDWARD MEA.TII, th������ President, holds tha very yospoaBlWo  position of Treasuror of Ploroo County, Washington. Mr. Month  is identified with somo of tho largest commercial nnd financial  institutions in that eta|o, and is considered to bo ono of. tho most  ioroeful, onorgotlc aud enooosafttl business mon in tho State of  Washington.  HON. W. H. KERR, tho Vtae������Pro8ldoitt, is an ox-Superior  Court Judge of Fresno County, California. Judge Korr Is one of  tho first Bottlers and plonoor operators in tho Coalinga Hold, It  is tho consensus of opinion that he is today the host Informed  porsou ro looal conditions In the Coalinga Oilfield as woll aa ono  of the ablest oil oxporta nud .oporntor.Uu ALL tho California oil  fields.  Judgo Korr will take onro of nil dovolopmonfc work on tho  Compauy'fi property, giving it hf������ undivided poraonal attnntlnn,  thoroby assnrlug good judgment aud ooniervatism in tho manago-  moat '.if the Company's field operations.  A, IlOIiAND. tho Secretary, i������ ono of the enrly operator* in  tho Coalinga oilflold and is prominently ItlouUfled with the oil  industry throughout tho State of California. Ho in a man of  nnqucatlonablo intogvlty aud auporior judgmonfc,  E. Y. ORASSET, one of Vancouver's most prominent Contractors, a native son of Ontario, well known in social and commercial circles in Toronto. Mr. Grasset has proved himself to  be thoroughly conversant with all matters of finance, and from  the manner in which he has succeeded in his own business, has  been elected to the Botrd of Directors of this Company.  Mr. Grasset is a valuable additiou lo the - Board cf Directors;  careful in his judgment, conservative in all -his business undertakings, thoroughly experienced in the control of corporations.  He will render a good account of himself and will surely act in  the best interests of the shareholders of this Oompany.  H. S. Ford. N.D.O.M , one of our leading physicians, is a graduate of McG-ill University, Montreal, and is a well-known practitioner. He haa established a most enviable reputation as a j  , successful business man; far-seeing in all his investments and  possessing natural shrewdness, he has proved himself to be a  master of finance and a very capable business manager.  So promising are the holdings of this Company, so good the  prospects of the same that eminent geologists and ojll experts say  that the Coalinga-Eureka Oii Company will bring into existence  in the very near future oil wells whioh will produce enormous  profits to the shareholders.  Now is your opportunity to acquire a holding in this corporation when the shares are selling at ground floor prices.  Only a limited block of stook is to ha sold at the ground-floor  price of 25o. per share.  We expect chat the issue of 50.000 shares at 35o. per share will  r be ovef-subscriped within the,next two weeks' time. s  Kb applications will be received for shares at 25o. after Saturday, May 28th. Should there remain any unsold shares after  that date they will be withdrawn from the market and a new  issne placed on the market on June 1st at, in all probability, 85o.  or 40c. The price will be advanced from month to month as the  development of the property "warrants. It is expected that on  the 1st of Juiy the shares will be selling at 60c. or 75o. eaoh.  .. Do not delay in mailing your application since this advertising  announcement appears in over 200 nublioations and there are  only 50,000 shares'to be sold at 25o.  Sit down.now and wire the Coalinga-Eureka Oil Company,  Vancouver, to reserve your ahares, then mail yonr oash payment  by firsb mail.  Remit by cheque, bank draft, express  money order or posts! note  and make all payments payable to GEORGE L TASOHEREAU,  Truetae, for tho Coalinga-Eureka Oil Company, at par in Vancouver, B.O./  In dirooting your wire it will be sufficient to say:  "The Coalinga-Eureka OH Company,  Vancouver, B.C/f  Reserve shares, mailing remittance  today.   Signed.....  W. H. Crawford and J. J. Atherton  left for Nelson on Thursday.  A, B. Attwood last week plowed ten  acres and planted 1000 trees, the work  actually being done in five days.  Mr. Will. Attwood, of Moyie, spetit  Sunday here, visiting his brother,' A. VB.  Attwood.   He has just returned from,  business course. *    -  At it aopears that Mr. C. P. Riel,  while having made his .application- to.  become a British subject, ie not actnally  one, Magistrate Johnson has sworn in  James Richards to act as constable until  the return to town of Provincial Constable Jensen. -  '  FOR   SALE-���������A   Studebeker wagon,  equal to new.���������Apply O.   Blair,1 Erick-C  son, B.C.  NELSON LAND DISTRICT���������Dlitrlct of  Kootenay.       - ���������  Take notice tbat we, Charles Moore, of Creston, B.C., occupation survoyor, Ucorge Max-,  ander Macdonald Young, or, Crsstun, Jl.C,  occupation, agont, and jamoo Thomas Bnr-  goss, or Kitchener, B.C., occupation, agont, In-  tood to apply for pormlsolou to purobase tlie  following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted on the *outn-t  erly boundary of tho British Columbia  Southern Railway Co.'s right of way opposite  the63-mlle post, thonco south 40 o*aoins,thenco  wont so chains, thonoo north 2D chains, thence  west 80 chains, thence north 20 chains,  thenco west 00 chains, moro or lass,; to the  easterly boundary of the towmlto of Kitchener, B.C., thonco north to tbo right or way or  tho Brltlali Columbia Bouthoru Railway Co.,  ���������"       to ths,  acres,  ��������� ��������� ���������* it ������ ��������� * *  ��������� lltllMllif  thonco wiBtorly along aaid rlshtof way  placo of beginning, and containing  moro or loss.  Dutod April 10th, 1610.  OlIAB. MOORE  ������. A.M. YOUNG  J. T. BURQESB  Q. A. M. YOUNG, Agent  No application will be received for leis  than ioo shares.   '���������'"-���������'���������������������������:;-"-;  Remit all cash or on easy payment  plan as per schedule attached.  Remember this stook is non-assessable���������the oompany is a limited liability corporation.  When yoa havo paid yonr 2Go. in fallacerfcinoate will be issued  at ouoo showing toat your stook is fully paid; up and non-astcfls-  ablo, eaoh share having a par valno of }l.  What Your Motiey Will Buy  Cash plan (5 por oont. deducted)  9 SJft.7K will buy 100 shares       .... ....  ^'v  J..*-i  A,Tf  Mrs. Pochiu and Mrs, Hall, of Canyon City, were in Erickson on Saturday  evening last.  Mrs. J. "W. Spence arrived inErickscn  on Tuesday of last week. She is -visiting her sister, Mrs. Martin. V  Mr. Rasmisain, a man employed at  the Crest-on Lumber Co., of Eriokson.  had his arm. severly cut in tha trimmer '  saw on ITridas Igst. - '-  Miss S. Harrison, sister of E.Harrison,     - :*-  arrived in Erickson last week from the /  East-  Mr. H. Bothwell, of Erickson,   who  has been farming for Mr. Kitto, of Ho?  kanee arrived home on Monday for &  visit with his parents.  y i  There was a large attendance at tha  big rifie shoot on Victoria- Day.     The ' y,  Lpdies of the Methodist Church put up , A  a very pood dinner for tho men and quite -"  a sum of money was taken in- ',.  \  47.B0  118 Iti  200  600  1000  M  pnr volno $ 100  ������������ 800  " COO  ���������������        1,000  instalment Plan  Notices of Application for  Renewal  of Liquor Llcenaes  Tak* Kotlosthat 1,X, Morth, of Sirdar, B.O  InUind. applying to  tbo Buporlntondont of  Provincial Poiioo at Victoria, at the oxplra-yY.  tion ofono month from tho date.horoof, for  the renswai of tho retail llauor Itosnw bold ;,  by me for tbo promises known as tho Hlrdar  Uot������], situatod at Btrdar. O.O.  Datod at ttlrdar, B.O., May 6th, 1M0.  ^yyy.  Tako Notice that 1, W. Hall, of Urlokson  n.O., intend applying to tbe uaporlntandimt  of IVovlnoial Folio* at Victoria, at the expiration of one month:, from, th* daw* hereof, for V  tho rouowafoftho reUll liquor lloeuso hold ,  by me for tbo prsmlsos known as tho Krlokson  tfotel, situated M Krlskeon, B.C.  Bated at Krlckson, ll.C, May Otb, 1010.  WaJ/jTBU HALL.  Tnko Notice tbat I. J. Marshall, of Ultohun-  er, B.C., Intend apply Ing to the Bupsrtntond-  ent of Provincial t*olin* at Vlotorla, atth* o*.  plmtlon ofono month from.the data hereof,  For tho renewal ot th* reuil Uauor lloonso held  hy mo for ths promises known as tho Marshall  Hotel, situated at lCUuheuor, B.C. .  Dated at Kitohenor, jl.C, Way flth, 1010.  J.MAIUJHALL.  Tako Wotloo Uiat X, W, Barton, of Crrslon,  B.C., InUind applying to the Munorlnt������ndsnt  of Provincial rolloeat Vlctorii������,/or ~  $ 10 oash and f 7.C0 a month for 3 months buys  100 sharoB  "         3       '���������        ���������'     300   ���������������  3       ���������������        "���������...-... 800   "  H       "        " 400   "  fl       ������ ������������      500   '���������  a    "      ������   iooo ���������������.  30  80  40  50  100  M  It  115,00  aa.co  110,00  87,00  75,00  Ml  .(  ��������� I  ��������� I  ��������� I  ��������� I  11  l������  II  ai of tiio rotall liquor!  Proopootuo mnllod on application,  Romomber to ttddrostt yonr application and mako all cheques  payable to:  yictorii������,������u        losnsehold  thw prsralsss known as tho Burton  ual������datCr������������ton, B.C.  Datad at Creston, B.C., May am, 1M0,  WM, BURTON  thu renew-  by mo for  Hotsl.slt-  .Tak* Notice that wo, J, B, Moran and Qco.  M*ad,of Crsswp, B.C., intsnd applying to tbo  Huperlnuudsntpr Provlnoial f'olfo* at vie-  toria, at thssicplratlon of on* month r  itstii h*rwf,for tb������ renewal ot the irotafl liquor  i ������.������.!  ���������    HH oh  . JL iAV  GEORGE  L. TASCHEREAU, Trustee  VAKmOTJVFR  liosns* hsldby us tor tht prttnliss knowhss  th* Creston Hoi*l, sltusUd atcrsston, l  Baud at oiwiton, B.c.rMay etb, wid.  a  Oi! Company  Tsks Nottes tbat  1,  Hidnsy  ,  CrMton.U.O.. Intend applying to th*������uperla  lenUfnt *f wwmnni Vnliwat viw*rby  tb* sxplraUonoronoywonui from b*cL   Iqtsor  wham  Pools,  of  "    "    'I  at  expiration or one monui from lh* dato  -'     hoi*������*l*ili  i vm in* far M>* pnsr  ��������� .._���������.^fl' Win* A Mnlrlt V  Or** ton, ll,<  h������r*or, far, th* r*u*w*l o(th������ whdl  "    im h*ld tM* m* forth* ������  U������e CreiMin: Win* tit Hplrlt Co., situated At  ltesnM ������*td ���������������.������������# forth*r>r������tnis*������ know!  VlMtid'at Orostoa, h.O., May flth, two  miuwkv rooiiio  I --VAin1*.,.. t,  ��������� i,'.'*f*hfy.y^** r*.lM'������^-^<l'.%Y:,i.i.^ .  if'-  ,V; -������'. ,V.VF,.J,/,^,',^. -W^.'*-*Hl  ..'''  ���������;.i-. THE   ORESTON,   B.C.   REVIEW.  5./  t*  i  WX  tx  'i  STU5IDY CHSLDREra    ?  In every home where Baby's  Own Tablets are used you will  find rosy, sturdy, good-natured  children, because the Tablets  cleanse the stomach and bowels,  aid digestion and thuB bring perfect health. And you can give  them with equal safety to the new  born baby or the well grown child.  Mrs. A. E. McLeod, Woodstock,  Ont., jjaya: "I have used Baby's  Own Tablets since my baby was  two weeks old and have found  them of great benefit for the ailments of childhood, especially for  stomach and bowel troubles and  when teething." Sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents  a box from the Dr. Williams'Medicine Co., Brockviiie, Ont.  ��������������������������������� ��������� o ��������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������* ��������������������������������� ������  ������������������������������  Dogs as Deputies.  For the first time in the history of  Missouri two hunting dogs have been  regularly designated as deputies and attached to the office oi the State Game  and Fish Commissioner. In a letter  issued bv Jesse A. Toierton. the present  Commissioner, bearing tbe seal of Missouri, he certifies that Lady and Queeny  are regularly attached to the -working  force of his office and requests that they  be so recognized and adequate opportunity be given them to do the work for  which tney are employed. These two  new State employees are of the English  setter variety and their part of the  work is to walk around and look wise  where the game wardens suspect that  game is secreted. Around railroad stations is wfoere they are found moat useful, and all that th* deputy game warden  has to do is to lead them through a pite  of baggage, and when Lady or Queenie  gives a knowing sniff and cornea to a halt  with her nose indicating a clue, to follow  this information, confiscate the baggage  and find the quaiL���������From the St. Louis  Globe 15&mpcrs.t.  WINDSOR LADY'S APPEAL  To Att "woasea: T wlH wtasA tree with fcS  lastsucticas.    my    fcom������    treatment    -whVdi  poatively    cum    Leoewrrhoea.    moera������on.  i Ittss>lsceitt������ct9,  Falling ot the WomTvPsJn-  ��������� ftil or Irregular periods. Uterine, siad 'Ov**-'  jam Turners  or  Growths,   also  Hot  SUualt&a,  .'"Nervousness. Me������(U*������holy������ Paiss is yfee ..'HeoA;  Back or Bowols. Kidney and Bladdw troubles.  where eauwd by weakness: peculiar to oor  mux.   Yoa oaa oaottmx������ toaatm������Jst v.a& best* at  ���������V oost  ot only Iz cwa.u week.   H7 baste.  ������������������Woman's Owa  Medical Advtaer,** also seat  tree   oa  request.   Writ*   to-day.      Address,  SSra. M. Summers. Box H. 8. Windsor. Oat.  71  B    BBBB  I!  ������0*t*'|*aii������*i !  Diogenes Laertius.  This man's writings are not -yaluable  in themselves, for he was not in any  sense a philosopher, though be had an  admiration for those    who pere.      His  name has come down to ua simply as  a compiler,' and a poor one at that ,of  otherA men's works. But so meagre is  our information in regard to maJiy of  the early philosophers, in many cases  we have only the scanty- quotations  whichA Diogenes gives us to remember  them by, that we are grateful for the  littlo yhe has done -in giving us a laTge  glimipae of the -wise minds of those great  thinkcars who- lived iii the shadowy past.  IMogeines La>arthis was bom arid died  during the third century, A. D., and  he must not be confounded with that  other Diogenes, the Recluse of the Tub,  who was a philosopher, though a most  erratic one.  Plato.  Plato once seeing a man playing at dice  reproved him. "The stake is but a trifk,"  said the other. "Yes, but" responded  Plato, "the habit is no trifle."  Once when Zen ocrates came to Plato's  house the latter bade him scourge his  slavo for him, sayin.gV.that he could not  do it himself because he was angry..  Again he said to one <ii his. slaves: "You  would have had a beating if I had not  been angry."  Aristotle.  When asked, "What is hop**!" Aristotle answered, "The dream ot" a man  awake." Asked, "What grows old  quickest���������*!**''. he replied, "Gratitude." When  told that someone had slandered him  in his absence, he replied, *'H������ may beat  me too���������-in my absence." Being a^ked  how much advantage the educated have  ov*r.-the ignorant, he rep!ied4.-"Aa much  as Athe living over the dead." Someone  asked him why we ������}K>nd so much time  la the society of the beautiful, 'That,"  said he, "is a proper question for a  blind man."  y Once being asked how we should treat  our friends. he Mtid, "As we- would wish  them to treat us." Asked what a'friend  is, he answered, "One soul abiding in  two bodks."  Demetrius said that- to friends in prosperity we should go when; .invited,: but  to those in misfortune unbidden.  Fai 1 ap.ifr mm health  FULLER KNOWLEDGE OF  THE  BODY NEEDED.  f  Thousands of useful lives are yearly  sacrificed just because people lack knowledge of simple things about the body. *  We must remember that little failures  of the stomach, kidneys, or liver bring  about A lick of nutrition. At first,ythe  body bends before its burden, but finally it breaks down. "   ���������'  Health depends upon unity of action  between all the organs, and in no way  can it be secured more satisfactorily  than by, the use of Dr. Hamilton's Pills.  Prom; the blood thoy rcmovs..;every im-  puT-ity-Vr-to the stomach they impart digestive power, to the bowebvihey ensure  painless V and thorough action.;*  i-Ity isy easy to see how .quickly Dr.  HafciltOn's ^1^LB "W'N- restore health, how  surely'V the system will rebuild, gain  strength: and endurance. For general  famUyV'uae in the cure of languor, hoad-  aehes, weak stomach, backache and kid-  heiy complaint no medicine ranks "with  Dr. Hamilton's Pills; they will mako  you look and feel always your best. Ro-  fuse any substitute for Dr. Hamilton's  Pills, 25c per box, all- dealers; or Tho  Catarrhozone Co., Kingston, Canada.  <��������� ������ a. ...   Straw Braiding by Machinery.  A native of Tsingtau, in China, haa  riecently invented a machine which, it is  stated, is likely to ��������� revolutionise tho  8tra\v������braid industry. The manipulation  of the apparatus is extremely simple,  and it is said that ono person ean turn  out twelvefold moro with this machine  than by hand. A newspaper representative before whom experiments were made  states that the manufacture, especially  of the fine braids, runs very smoothly,  white the cheaper and coarser grades do  not seem to be ao satisfactory. Machines  are tvow being made in Germany, and  if the expectations of the inventor axe  fttlfilicil Tsingt&n may become tho world's  manufacturing emporium for straw  braid.  ���������what he  gained from philosophy.    "The  power,"  said he, "to converse, with myself."  y WhoA Was th*  Loser.  A banker going home to his dinner  saw a tetfi-doUar bill on the curbstone.  He picked it up and noted the number,  and went home to dinner. Whils as  home his wife remarked that the butcher had sent a bill amounting to ten dollars. The only money he had with him  was tho bill he had found, which he gave  to her, and she paid the butcher. The  butcher paid it to the farmer for a calf,  and the farmer paid it to a merchant,  who in turn paid it to a washerwoman,  and she, owine the banker a note; of ten  dollaTS,'went~to the bank and paid the  note. Tho banker recognized tbe bill as  the one he had found, and which up to  that time had paid fifty dollars of debt.  On careful investigation, he discovered  that the bill was counterfeit. Now will  some friend tell us what has been lost in  this transaction, and by whom?   ��������� 4������������   Minard's  Liniment for    sale    everywhere.  The Sea of Peaces.  (Buth   Moffinory   Stuart    in  tho    March  Certury,>  I stand above a wlntw-rlmmed  sea:  It* deeps are mine, its mirrored height;  Mine Its low plaint of mystery;  All mtno Is gloe-Bong of delight.  Mine  Us  strong*  soul;   Its body  mine;  1 have mo in its kind embrace;  , In dreams upon its buoyant brine  It gives mo back a cherished tao*.  Mayhap it helps me understand  Th* language of infinity,  The secret of the shifting sand.  People said to Diogenes, "You are an  old man. Take life easy now." He replied, "And if I were running; the longdistance race, should' I, nearing the goal,  slacken, and not rather exert myself 1"  He used often to .'shout aloud that an:  easy life had b^en; given by the gods to  men, but they had covered it from sight  in their search for honey cakes, perfumes  and  such things."������������������  Being asked what was the proper time  to marry, he responded, "For young  men, not yet for old men, not at all."  Being asked why men give to beggars  and not philosophers, he replied, "Because . tney expect ouemsejy^o vo become  (blind and lame; but philosophers,  never."  I consider MINARD'S LINIMENT the  BEST Liniment in use.  I got my foot badlv jammed lately. I  bathed it well with "MDJAKD'S LINIMENT, and it was as well as ever next  .day.   .'     '''VyVA,     V'  Yours very truly,  ;    T. G. McMULLEN.  :"'���������':'   THE NEW BOSS.  "I know of a young and bsaiutiful  lady," said Rose Pastor Stokes, "who  once visited a plant that had a new foreman.;':  "*Who is the boss here?' the beautiful  lady asked, approaching the foreman.  ,'f.'I am the boss, madam.' he replied.  "'Oh, are you?' said she.  Sa thought he detected -amazement in  her voice, and, drawing himself up, he  answered coldly:  "Yes, I am, and I'll prov it. Higgin-  sonl'  "An old fellow looked np from his  work.,  Higginson, go and get vour envelope.  L're fired!'"  The  Way Out.  Robert Henri, the well-known New  York painter, told, ut a luncheon at the  Bellevue-fltratford in Philadelphia, a  story about art criticism.  "AU art criticism is tolerable," he  said, "except that which ia insincere.  "The great Constable, at a vanishing  day at the Royal Academy, paused bo-  tore A's picture and said:'  "Very good. Especially the sky. The  sky is superb.'  " "Then he passed 011 to 13 and said:  "Why, I like ths sky.'  "'Well,' cried.A, the painter of the  picture, 'why shouldn't vou liko my  skyr  " 'But Constable said it wa3 like putty,' B explained, confusedly.  ** 'So A, in a furious rage, otrodo up to  Constable and shouted:,  " 'Constable, you're a humbug. I nevor  asked for your opinion about my picture, yet you camo to 1110 ami praised it.  You said that especially you liked my  sky. Then, at once, you go off and tell  someono else that my sky is like putty.'  "Oonstablo listened with a smile. He  was not at all coufusud.  "'My d������far follow, you don't understand,' ho said.   "I liko putty.'"  and  SURE  DYE  You dont have to know what year Goods  ore mado of. SAME Dye for ALL ��������� No  chance of mistakes. All colors 10 cants from  your Druggist or Dealer. Sample Card and  Booklet tree. Ttt* Johnson-Rlsshordson |  Co.. Limited,   Dept. J., Montreal^  JELLY BOLL.  Sift one cup of pastry flour with one  even teaspoonful of baking powder. Boat  the yolks of three eggs light, add one  tableespooiifui 01 cold water, one cup of  powdered sugar and beat. All the flour  and a scant teaspoonful of vanilla flavoring, and when mixed well add the  stiffly-beaten whites . of tlvree eggs.  Spread the batter thinly in a large shallow pan buttereii and floured. Be sure  that the batter reaches the corners of  the pan. When baked turn the cake at  once into a cloth, spread with jelly beaten to make it smooth and roll up while  hot. Pin the cloth round until the <;ake  is cold and the roll will keep in shape,  SFA! FH !F������i* DAHfFTS ONLY  h preserved by the use of sealed lead packets*  ��������� mp��������� \m mim  FLYING   PROPELLERS.  ISSUE  NO. 14. 1910  Th* language of infinity,  tcret of the shifting  The testimony of the sea.  1 am above all circumstance,  X am beyond all power to hurt;  Ifo more X shrink from sorrow's lance,  Uo with all strength am I begirt.  Precepts of Pythagorus.  Do not stir the fire with a sword.  Do not devour your heart.  Do not cherish birds with crooked  talons.  Consider nothing exclusively your,  own.  Destroy no cultivated tree or harmless animal.  Modesty and decorum consist in never  yielding to laughter, and yet not looking stern.  Bias declared he would rather decide  a dispute between two enemies than  between two friends. "For of two  friends," he explained, "one is sure to  become an enemy, but of two enemies  I mako a friend."  You're fired  -*~*-o-  Send for tree sample to Dept. -H. Xj.,  National Drug ft Chemical Co.. Toronto.  r?c tasted every bitter sup;  . % all are nr  T*t sweetened now is life's ww cud,  .._   -    -      -...ry i  nartb'a bulwarks all are proven  frail;  *t sweetened now ia life's ww cud,  Alt hallowed; 'tis  my  Holy  Oral).  Above its wrochs of ships and mon  The  placid   oc������an  shows  no  scars:  Above my deeps where storms havn been  My tranquil soul reflects the stars,   -���������������������������.������������������   Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  '��������������������������� - ������������������������������"*������ * - "  COTJLDX'T FLAG ANYTHING.  (Buffalo Express.)  A* the fire truck enme clanging along  in th* utreet car tracks Uncle Ben stood  at the eorn*r nnd waved his hat,  "Ding it!" li������ exclaimed, when tho  truek posited. "Tliat wouldn't stop,  neither,"  NO TROUBLE TO FIND HIM.  fPuck.)  "The pap������r says that De Taiiquc presided at the bawiiMt,    but T didn't see  Wm."  "That'* funny; h* wan right undor tho  head of th<* tiil.V."  ������*wi������i������ii*ii������������������������������������ii������ni������"������ ������ w ������������������ ���������������������w���������imwwm* ��������� i  xmmwssixxy  ,;���������.-,    ml mmm. .  mL   m     MMM   ������L J* "/. ^ .  RtONESM  " ' ' "   ' '      '   . A*  ' ���������     ylfn 111 [ ,. ,i |y^| .-i.i 'iftlvTr'^  I i^ W W*fr     ffWI"     "^P*W*r ^^^ i.   *fc ������  When SoorateB' advice was asked  whothcr to carry or not, ho aaid, "Whichever you do you will regret it,"  When asked what was virtue in a  young man, ho said, "To avoid oxcoa������  in all things." '������������������';  Socrates sold he knew nothing beyond  the fact that ho knew nothing.  When he had asked rich friond* to  dinner, and Zantlppo was ashamed, ho  cald, "Do not bo troubled. If, they 0*0  eenslblo they will bear with uh. If not,  we shall cjturo nothing about thom."  When told tliat tbo Athenians had  condemned him to death, he said, "And  nature has condemned thom theroto."  Ho was always temperate andauHtorfti  Once, aa Pamphllia tolln ua, Alclbladce  offered him a gwat estate, on which,to  buildl a homo* and he said, "If I  needed sandals and you of found m������ ���������>  hide from which to make them for nty-  solf, I shoidd bo laughed at if I took  it." Often, too, beholding tho muHlbwde  of things for rsale, ho would say to  himself, "How many thln#������ t do not  need." Ho iwcd conatiunbly to repeat  aloud these iambic verses:  "But  Bllver  plate  and garb  of  purple  dyo ,        ''''',���������  To actor* nr<* of u������e, but not lu lifo."  Tie was ho regular In his ttituuvor of  living th������a frequently ho was th* o#ily  uihji ru4. Ul whfn Athens was att������������k������d  by tlir plttgiK*.   ���������������,������������������...   JOHNNY KN1CW.  (Kv^ryhody's Mngttr.lnfl.)  "Who can numMon one loadi������(r fact  about thn* I&plHttaif}" ������u>vkod the   Sunday  ���������chool bwoelior, looking over tho el***.  Johnny's band went up.  "Wdl, Johnny T"  "Thfty w*ro the wlv.������i[������ of th* Apo*.  ttol.M  ..IIIWH.HWIF hJIfH^   *||*1j' n   EOnifB IIKADY TIWT011T.  (llniHton Transorlpt.)  Tvory," ������ahl tlm tnlnintur, 'I h*iur y������  w*r* at Diiiilop'n kirk on BnmUy last.  Not thnt 1 objuct, )��������������� Xm, l*ul y* wl&iA  Jrersel llSce y*(* ������'" *h***p mtrayin* mway  nto strange pHmttirtsm"  is the' direct and inevitable result  of irregular or constipated bowels  and clogged-up: kadneys and okin.  The undigested food and other waste  matter which is allowed to accumulate poisons the blood and the whole  system. Dr. Morse's Indian Boot  Pills Jict directly on the kidneys,  giving them ease and strength to  properly filter the blood���������and on. tho  skin, opening  up the pores. Tor puro  blood and good health take  Or. Mors������'������  Irsdlcam Root IRBIBss   -*-*-���������������;��������� ���������������  Yew  Trees.  The Germans have started a movement,  which has Government support, for preserving a small forest of yew trees, sltu-  ttF-ted among the Bavarian highlands, near  Munich. Anciently, when the wood was  valued for bowe, the : yew, of whioh  Caesar says there was "ffr������at abundance  in Gaul," seems also to have boen widely  distributed throughout Germany. It ia  now nearty extinct. The little Bavanlar  forest, which hns been badly damaged by  peasants, who covet the foliage for doco-  ratlv������ purposes, covers about 350 acrcft,  and the'ngos of the trees vary from 30  to 3f00 years, These nro, of course, mere  giddy, irreflponslblo youths oomparod  with many patriarchal yew trcc*������ in onr  English ohurchyards, one of which inspired a magnificent piiHStvsfo of 'Tn Me-  moriani."���������Prom tho Westminster Ga-  KOtte, .1   ������*���������������   FREE  TO   OUR   READERS.  Write Murine B."ft XUmody Co., Chloaao, for  48-w-tte Illustrated Hly������ D00U Cren. .Writs all  about Tour Illy* Trouble and tlioy will ftdvU*  a������ to ths PNtpsr Appllcntlon of tha Murln*  Bjr* R������w������Mtl������H������ in Tfour flpoolBi Oriia. Y������������r  DrunfUit will UU you that Murine nellftv**  flora Byw, Strengtuens Weak Kyns, Doosn't  nmart, Hoothes lfiye pain, and noils for Boo.  ���������fry It In Yonr My������i and la Duty's Eyes tor  Bertty Eyelids and Oranulatlon.     MM*   '������' *������ ..������..������.������  IS THIS EIGHT 1  At PrankUn. N. II., the City Council  rcqu������������i<!d a vlaltng strike maker to  leave the town, and whim ho did not  movo the town mnrnhnJ was InHtnictod  to k������>p him under surveillance aa a  dangeww* ftiinpcct. It ts ponmiblc that  othor oity councils fct-1 o������ thft subject  mu������h na doc������ that of Frwaklln, but not  many Hiavo tho ooumgo to nay ao, Dis*  turbed trnd* Is ncltnor a good thing  nor a good lulvcrtiHomont fnr a pbu������,  and city f Atlusra like to sue thlnfjn qulot  and their lo������Ulti<!������ rc������p������������t������)d.  Mtn*rt������'������ Liniment Cure* Burnt, Etc.  ISA���������*.  (ruck.)  K**u hiwl iiold hU birthright for a  mm* ot pottage.  ���������'That's no good," hM lit* wlfo. "I'd  t*k* It rlKtit Wk and Mxohango it."  But, Wing looking in fmmlnino shop-  *ut ���������*h������Uty, ho l;xpt Vm Tiaras.  \y\W'\  i������rtWH|������H������.ii;'  pUlg  Quicker   Ship   Building.  Time was when it took nearly, six  years to build a battleship in -private  yards in the United States;' but, saya  the Scientific AmeTic&ri, the construction of the Conhectiout at the Government yard at Brooklyn set a pace which  has steadily accelerated. The Mississippi, whose trials took place as recently  as October, 1901V took 44 months to construct. The New Hampshire, December,  1907, was built in 38 months; the North  Carolina (cruiser), January, 1908, in 38  months; Michigan (battleship), 1909, in  34y������ months; the Delaware (battleship),  October, 1009, in 27 months.  MAINTAIN SKIN PURITY.  The constant use of Cuticura Soap,  assisted when V necessary by Cuticura  Ointment, not only preserves, purifies  and beautifies the akin, acalp, hair and  hands of infanta, children nnd adults,  but tends" to prevent clogging of tho  pores, tlie common cause of pimples,  blackheads, inflammation, Irritation,  redness, roughnenn and other annoying  and unsightly conditions. In Uie speedy  and economical treatment of torturing,  disfiguring eczemas, rashes and eruptions of the skin and scalp, these pure,  sweet and gentle emollients aro Invalu*  ablo. Sold throughout the world.  ��������� ��������� .ir*.*. ������. >  Spued. ��������� ��������� 1 ���������  Mr. Nowcar (about to eitart on his  first trip In hia rocontly purchaaod motor car, to his now chauffeur)���������Now,  William, I want it thoroughly understood I will not have fast driving. Always koop woll under tho logal limit-���������  pot as oloae to It as you can, Ton mllo*  an hour In enough' tor mo. What I want  la comfort���������not .excitement. Do you understand?  Throo   itaya   lator���������Er���������William,    I  must be back homo at 7 o'clock.   .This  ftoaA  Booms  vory  ntruiahb and    wide.  , Don't you think you might go just a littlo footer without danger?  Two days later-William, thin dunt Is  very unploasant. If you eould-pass tho  car ahead, now-���������It Hoom������ to bo going  rathor slowly.  Next day���������Put on a Httlo moro paco,  William. ���������Thora'n no-una being a crank.  Tills rond is too good to lose the cbltnco.  A week later-Opon hor, Billt Thoro  are no police within five mllos, I'll bbtj  and, if there are, who oaras? I'm out  for fuut Lot hor rip, my boy���������lot her  i-ipl Thin Itrn't a ato am roll or t Lot'*a  have tome npoodl  Value of Electric Industries,  The following wtlmft.t������ of the taltto  of  vaiioua  electrical Industries  In tha  6t*t*s during 1009 lm* been published,  M  *OllOWII I  Kkctrlcnl appnmtiii  $278,000,000  ���������Electrical railway* 470,000,000  Central stations .,  ,, ..  ,, 800,000,000  Telephony 650,000,000  T������k|rrftphy    60,000,000  1 Isolated, pimmt *nupf*y   ���������   .,   TtifiO^W  How They Are Made and What They  Cost-���������Propellers   for   Models.  Propellers for airships are built of  laminated wood, that ia to say of wood  built up in layers.  For the making of a propeller six or  eight feet in length there would be required to "begin with a stick of timber  six inches or thereabouts square, and  such a stick of solid wood, however perfectly seasoned, might check or crack.  For this reason the propeller so built of  laminated wood, cf strips of ' selected  and perfectly seasoned wood of the required width which are planed down to  the requisite thickness and then glued  together under pressure, making a practically solid stick of material less liable  to check.  Some airship propellers of laminated  wood have been made with the laminations all of spruce; one New York concern making propellers produces theni  also of a combination of ash and mahogany, three layers of ash and two of mahogany.  The shaving out of the blades from  this stick, each of precisely the required  taper, pitch and thinness, and the two  exiuctiy aiike, is work that calls for the  greatest patience, care and skill. The  perfect propeller in its finished state is  a beautiful example of good workmanship, yy'y  A six-foot propeller of laminated wood,  its weight six and a half pounds, costs  $50; a seven-foot propeller, weight nine  pounds, $60, and an eight-foot propeller,  weight twelve pounds, $70.  For model airships there are made,  also of laminated wood, but these commonly all of mahogany, little propellers  from ten to twelve inches in length, and  accurate in pitch and finish; they sell at  from '$4 to $7.  Among the full sized propellers tl������c  greatest demand is for those measuring  seven feet. From the orders thus far  filled and now in hand the propeller  makers are iooking for a greater activity than ever in flying machines in the  coming season.   ������������������������ ..   Waste   Heat   Put  to  Work.  Peeling that heat, no more than  men, should have the privilege of  being lazy and shirking a job, tho  coke ovens throughout Western Pennsylvania have decided to put all the  idle calorics they can get their hands  on to work���������that is, they will turn  the heat into electricity. The Shamrock plant of the bayette Coke Company has already begun. It has been  found that in this region some $32,-  000,000 worth of heat has been loafing all through eaoh year. But now  by an invention which consists of a  system of boilers, which is placed  over the top of the coke ovenB, some  $14,000,000 worth of it will each year  be turned into steam and electricity.    .  ���������������*���������  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  Was  for   His   Dog.  Since personal taxes began, so many  way 0! Bwoaring off have been Invented that the tax authorities had  come to" bolievo that thero was no  iiow tax dodge under the sun.  But tho tax authorities wero mistaken, A fow days ago a man camo  to tho Mow YoTk tax commiaaionorB  and oaked to bo relieved of his personal toxos. "I have only $5,000,"  ho eaid, "and that money is in city  bonds and is being held in trust."  "For whomP" asked tho tax commissioner.  The question was unoxpocted and  at first thero was no answor, but tho  tax commissioner insisted. Finally,  in a stage whisper, tho swoarer-off ox-  ���������plained.  "The monoy is hold in trust during his lifetime���������for my dog/'���������Suo-  ooro Magazine.  HELP WANTED.  w%������-^w^������  <V^/Wt/W^^w,^^^WV^rfWw^M^������  WANTED���������GIRLS TO LBARN KNIT-  tlng; can make good money with  short experience; permanent position assured. . Chipman-Holton Knitting Co..  Hamilton, Ont.  Dr, MarieFsFessak Pills  SEVENTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD  Prescribed and recommended for women's ailments, a scientifically . prepared remsdy of proven 'worth. Iho  result from their use is quick and permanent.   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Industrial Stocfts.'   ���������    "* w. -   Call or write for full particulars  'regarding plan of "investment-  Room 101, ISO St. James St.,  Montreal.  ', ' X -FOE-   *      "' -*'*"  EF5LBPSY AND FITS  impoj-r/takt notice  A BRANCH OFFICE bus been established  at 107 St. James' Chambers, Toronto.  REDUCTION   IM   PRICK   :  This important change-permits of prices  being red seed, to those prevailing: in Surope,  namely:���������Full package, *I2.00t b������.lf do., $0.50;  quarter do. $2J������; postage or express charges  cztrft. .  THB ONk.V OAtlABIAN AND U.B. ADDRESS)    ������������������ \  TRENCH'S  REMEDICS,  LIMITED  6     107  OT. 4AM������a������ CUJUISKMa. TORONTO  PatnpNst mailed free on application.  Bewar , of spurious Imitations. All packages of Trench's Remedy mast bear onr trade,  mark seal In unbroken condition on eaoh end.  Telephone  Prints   Message.  According to Electrical , Enginocrina  tltree Dtmiflh engineers recently .mado  public in Copenhagen a now invention  by which any telephone aubecrlber can,  la tho absence of the called' subscriber,  send, a telegraphic communication.' The  apparatus at%the transmitting end comprises a keyboard liko that of an ordinary .ty'pewrltca*,' and'*, tho mceflagc is'received at the other ond on a tape printed  in ordinary clmrfictcrfl.  ShWzCun  auiokly utops oouaiu*. ourea oolds, hoala  thv throat and luncs. -   ���������   - aa oeuto.  . * *i������. - ���������  A KID'S INTERPRKTATION.  (Boston Transcript.)  Caller���������So your sister and her fiancee  aro vory cloae-moiilhod ovor their engagement T  Littlo Ethel���������Oloso-mauthodt You  ought to eoo thom together!  SOLO ACCORDION* FREE  Bweettoned, deep voiced Itmlimttotit, With' wliich- you csn  ���������  ntny beautiful mnsle (or concerts and dunces.. 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ONT  J  *T������ ������o������ti twit* ������t������ wtwh to |f������t dnmli 1 SBa������C������������eW*   ������������������   '���������'������������������   ������������������   ������������������    W������/Wo,00d  "1 xvtdnrt nifp, ������ir," ������������lil llory, *i| ft ' WOW as it M*1! 1ft vmm i������w " mty������   tno  wuukA  a..iMjJttrin^fcm.   mmw|ju������'* |A|i||uy||X|y|ji|j|i|ii^   %2^^j||l jLtuuA   l^u'i^Lig,^ Tllfj-uifk  ��������� "-"w ������������*f������(������wMi,������������w.i%>������ im*in"  y;y:ryyy������iimi'iiMM)iiiii  ���������.wwmwm^i  , ������������������ 4*0*1   *������   .-*  , ������$MW<lftiP^fl  ->!���������-- J  T' ������'"������..������. ������'ww������lniinn������#n.^M������iMi������F.^w.,.mw..������,,,*������i������ii.x*F..������������������.i*ii������iin..iii'|i  ���������'y.:;.-.,'->''V',,i-!r-'#..Vtr:,''*-,'.''-f('l/l  ..,...,,.������.,%������ mtmiiitt.,*.-!... y  A*  /���������/!������&  TIIE   CRESTON.  t> n  REVIEW.  t tAsiti  <>i.was,i  svsri'ES-'  V, ���������!; ii?������ |t,i r. >.Hj,������i.-������"3^,',  ��������� THE ���������  MATCHMAKERS  That Old Winter Coafh  ���������;���������:.������������������..������������������ ������������������-.������������������:-��������� i:<:.yy<:iiy..yy;':-yyyyxyyv.x:yA'XAi^w??V:&i.y;-,ii  y-yir^iy^B'y^^  i';'--'^:Mrs.:;*&  >.-ftVitcb:A^  Wyhiisband^' witfiVy Giles terf ieldiainyVmaifn^rey  :;;: knd^aAVsfe  ; Abarik."'- yiThpseA are"'ithe exacti^tdsAMrs.:'  ���������vMelton-li-aingham -used7in>he������fittle;'blue-7'  V;-VViintiEdA,-no.le;-.'''lshc;-|J^  :yiA... wa*'^  A hazardous' proeessy of A f indirig^||j;S;y;yVy: 'Vy  ���������:V7VAy:The;.yLittlcy''WitchAyam  VyA^ieyha^ygre^^  '���������*-yay'sikte������n^  yyAwbuld have tii bright licr^asivintyat lieast/'  X; Butlwheri IVoffered'tpVintroduceAypung  y HavoldliGlciiningiV Who  yVdfoyeyfrom thpy8tatibri,yshe tossedVher  yy brown |ringl������itcdVh^d and blaMdy fiercer'  ;;yy;g?Np:������*i.f'A^  y ''liamyarie'-.determinedy'to Astar'";*rteA in the.:  y: ymar eh j f r<^y Lohfen  A:'thatyimmature/ "rainbow-garmented pery  :'Xsoiid^'Y:Xyyyy^.y'y..y-.y,i,..y:y.];-:yy  :,;-������������^  A;'yA"iButy nothing,"'snapped;;:Miss:iCc>U)rtry;  Ay riey ;y jf?Pleaee A. drive V '��������� .upiVyyA 'FniAy veJ*y>V  Ayhunipj^yiAAyy  yyA;\Tiat wasVali f^  Ay wasy wally��������� Vnot Awhat;; A  Aycali^AyAQhesterfieldian, but he had:'the  V Vysaipty;deposit yy^ltsiyandVlli'ad picked;  AyhiiriyasVfirstVchoice;; Failing^here^I;had  :A;."^ilsbn,'V:;theyyattbrri^^^  Courtney.?'yWilson'Was distinctly eligi-y  y ble,Aand wasAriiuch'smitten^ Asb'yihatyl..  A wasA:sureyIACbuldyutdite aVfaroi^leyrt?;  jyyypbrtAtpyM^^  VyBrit"afterVhe:had.:gone;1 qiwstibriedAthe;  V" Little "Witch .and she ; whistled A through  yyher teeth^yy^jWhyyistft he b^ldfcei&ed?''  y she demanded.; iA yyyVyy ''-xYXYyyyyyAy  ^icpuhtered'yv^  AAy:Vy.'^E3e.A;is:y:'a.7;lawyer^;Aslie;A^  y ��������� whpeverVVh^  A '���������; thick^  shaggyA suit A pf redyhairy-r-ahd;  AV "bcsides/I dote.: oii; bald-headed' irien."  &I  The Cough Syrup You've Taken  y yy HasSickened But Npt^'uscd-^,:^  ^AXXi'iXi^AAA'A  ICOuypifii evier| Be^el.|^iii|^o^|JHI?!]  'O'i'OTsS  dkfAXWJFWtW  a*" ������    *������r  ^iksy aA<;IiTprite[ebuj^^  ���������iliquidi'ittfo^^  '���������iev'ythiSSsu)^  iiiiiii -tJtitres tlosiy ;v v y A^-^ VyAtHy;v y y|^A:>yr!yyy:y7:; Ay Yf  fAAAAX^xAVy-^^^^^^^X^^AA^^  V-oiiIyV;bi*eathablev^  y?airi,liAaiiid^pb"ghV riiedicl'ic*.  ^'."iiisteiid'VbfVt^  yVdriigiSi   ehlpraly  mbrphijife.  y y and. ���������opium Vniixtures^y pri  A A simply inhale: the V richest  y; piiie ybalsainsyAbranthey in-'  A:tb your lungs the healing.  XX soothing ynpor'pf a 'sclen-  V;y'tif;cyVi,emfedy';Atliay.A'^bhiA  A^niandsAtliey admiration of  .Sail:gdodVphysicKin^iV'jA: y::X  >:X::yA,Tlia.Aextra6i-dinai'y:; offi-V.  AApnev y'ofy Catiiirhczcn'e   ik  Ayyithputya yparallel.y A'VVA  |A3neeziji<jJ^colilAisAciii'Pd yin  V yten "Y imputes; y ay harsh  A cqvigbVi3:,e:isb(j in ariVliprirV  yythe - most Aoffensiveyoat-V  ;V arrh:-i5Athqrpughiyydrfl\yn  A yfrrini;iheAsyst<������Tn.   In pase:  Apf'^sthmayand bronchitis;  tlieVrelief'and certainVciiriv  ��������� ythat cpniesiy from the hoalA  X :V^a-' Vbalsain i c -y ex tr act s y i h;  VA ^aMrrhpzgneyy.is y' simply:  yVywdndci'ful^vVyy'yy-.; X ��������� V vV":-;y7/-  y y"Fpr more thanytwonty  A years y IA suffered  with ���������'. a  y cbiigh^ybrpnchiti3, asthma:  y and nasal catarrh," writes  VVJ; E;AFeriwickAApf VStaun-.  jy:;;'tp:i^P^y:V''Every:at  yy lAh������dXseemed;AP V: grbwy  V.,AV::AyVVAyyy.AV>:VVvrbrseyviridAiAtep:u^  breathe on account Ap? -ah pceiiin^lsi^ioii  Pf7'ph!ccTvi .in..ihe ncxsp. ahdVtliiyoat.'    Ono.  IVput'myyhand to ihy.7yVb  _���������.i^'- -������/i -:i^{ii���������-s���������i.'-. t.^,^ ^  -������������������y.yyy.������������������.-.��������� ymiprtfces'^^gyVw^nderfullT;-::^  Rapidity ofW ing Movement���������Put.i.-.G  on the  Brakes.  Birds have different modes of flight,  ���������just as;men have different gaitsyin walk-,  irigypr;'running.   Rapid '-wing-'mpyementy  Vdb^s-;:ndtyyalways:.yimply.;;ispe^Viin^  ���������;aiiy;Viiibre ;tiiah;rapid;legyinbyement;>im^g  Vplies'|speed:yjh.ywalking bryrunning^rVJiths  '.usjiVityijaAtiie'iAlehgth of -the ''sti-ideJ-tliatA  Vtells|ynltimat^yA'yA^What;v  ��������� winsVmovement, tells in the flightyofythpV  '��������� ybird.-"is:';nbt;VlOTpwn.A'y'.:7:;y    ''Ay X. yAAX^XXX  yyAStJeakin^y broadly;   long-wingedyVAbii'ds  yareystrpiigVarid swift fliers; ahort^inged;;:  ���������:,'b.iivi sV are . fpeblc in flight. ^hciiAv/eyppn-V:  siderVittat^aACTimbtp-is  lilteAtlie| herbn moves.;its wings twiceVpery  yy.ry^yA Yi-Tji-y. -._i j,:-i.t .-i. -'���������_' -'._?'j,v_^JL;:'.j.-u'i.'*1.  f>S!fr*U   250   m*  ������Hl������   nu*fr������Bi������finoB  UIBMI   Ul    Ul    a HIS   rUllOIUBHSil  "FRUIT-A-TlVtES", THE FAMOUS  FRUIT MEDICINE, SAVED MIS LIFE.  crown.: and, grinning,V bpwed  A A "Pb������* notr they lcindy that isA shorty arid;  pluriipi" withy false fceethyaiidy eyes Alike;  could : breia.tiie Afreely V a>id-V naturally  VthrpiighAthe:;np;se��������� and yblopil -.spitting  \yai ystdpp^d^theV phlegrriVAwai"*; cleared  away and my regular breathirig, rfistpred;  ��������� ijoA;remedy painyvdp: mbrp than V*CatarrhT  ozaneS" A   X ,.������������������..-. '���������.���������'}. .'������������������:.������������������.-'��������� .X..-'. ,':V"V  ���������V; ''There is .And* remedy sbV OHrfcain and  ysaf������ as Catarrliozorie; but bcin^ a good  yremedy it is-'imitatedV; 7Bewarcy dfyth*  Aaiibs'ti tutor .''������������������;. yLarge Cntarihozbn-rlosts;  ;twpymonths,; price $1.00. V&m^'lbryai^ei;  ;*-*'5py"and 50c yAll reliable deal-^G or: the  ACatarrhozdrip Co./Kingston; Out.      A  yyAy;yAAyyy.y 'AyA<>,*������.;���������":-V-V.yyVAyy-  VWiseyandV;Othehwlse^\.-:-AA':'V:V;Vy-  iii-Tiiirsie ofAybiing- desire^;  yl3 JroOTHyeRW XAy  t  i  :Ayy .:y.y.yy:yymmy.^&X^A ������������������^^'������������������^A'AYXAxy  a.vyyja,:-^  ;Ay;A;VthereywasA"(*^thlrigyA  jAVAV:'awayan7Mhighydi*^^  jy.;:A^;;.y';*'^ter^  X-A- batiker's^soxtiyii^  A yy V'Vaindy:; sat; ^rijiVja5''ired-and-yellbi^; haimnbek' ���������  :.'yyVwithV'theVy*pittleV-|Vi^,-  ; ;him as firstVthdicp.Vy^aiiingAhereiA^A^  surely made-headway'Aaridywcin^;^ycbn*A  A yy V:grtitulate MissyVirginiay Counrtney^|A;' X y  ���������������������������'���������������������������; ���������;- "Huh!" she scoffed, withi'anPther^bss  y ��������� :;y;of-ibprAhead.: y: :������'Bp ���������: pj^ttles^tpoy^ttfeh^V  A;���������,y;VAgirls ho knew at college^ wlieife.vjie l|iirii-:  ;���������:     ed A to dance,' his  favorite*colorsv'^'tho  VVyAriew picture,J������ats;,a^  .''IVifeVito^slri^.^-nioy-S;^^  VVVy; tlie TallivpobsiiV awirls, tod.   Now, I; like  ^'Wlmgdo j^  yyA^jSpAtlie bride ,and grppm especaally re-  'y:3^st7ed0heir!������riends; ridt ytbfethrpw V rice  :-;.'ji|^r;'i'*tIi^'?^  AhaJndy the I Hce^pyerA inyJf packagej; soy that ���������  yitfcpnldVbe^sedywhe^ tohpusftr  ���������': keepi^^^Washirigtbri'S^  A: Hdpei A thbtt  .Bickerstaff:;  yVV'fHey^yS'heAcbu^Sythe  Agation A]wissibl^ ���������V^He^i^yjridthirigy^  tcverVtbAfear.":yy^Is:.:t^^^p?'^  he's hired three df theifcleverest lawyers  :|nr.ytpwriVVtd'-,-''prpyo;.*������i^  li*i*essV��������� -*��������� ��������� ���������;'-y-y-..'-'���������'," .y'-,':'.;y^''.''V^:y.''y yyxyyXy:::;y''';;y  A Whd V loves' a garden: loves y a ; ^een-  libusej' tbbJ-T^Cbwper.y:A YyXy XyXAt 'Xvy,  VX<*Has yoiir wife gotVa cook??-;y^Hbw  :do;I7know?"'. ^sItyseemsytd me that ybii  siipuld: know if; any; one "should/-' i"But I  ������Haven't been hdnie since hbdri.''fr-Houstoh  ^PbstiAVA-:,-, ��������� 7,;y ���������XyYyfA'yXyyAXAX:yY  y|:He; thbuglitAaa ya, sage, though;he felt  ^asVa^iriiini���������James''BeattieyAAA- -W ;vyA'AvA::.' <:���������  VXf'Ahi 1 Mr.AJihisoll!" exclaims: theykit-;  iteriish ladyV with the plentitucle of pow-:  Xdev' ion; her face. . "Youi must remember  |J ahl?& daughter, of Eve." A"WeH, hdri-  spstly,^ repliesi^tlie blundering man, "you:  itcldn'tvlook half that old."���������Chicago Post.  ^^���������y^'^xyVy.^ *^' :\A- AAyXXx  V^ho, grand total of all Feilerftl CTnited  Sta'tbs 'eniploytit's at present i������ 370,(KI5, as  ag;iinst;V3C(i,14L: in 1807f an:incviiaHe in  tin*. t\vp y?Ars of, about 20 per ceat.;  ..se'cpnd^wlieh.; iri flighty it Vis eyidehtyVtb%l;;  manyVybirds Ahaveya very V rapid; Wiiigy  riibypmentAA-VMpst small vbirds hayeyithis  .rttpidyAwingAAmovemeiitA with Vyfeebley  powerisApf flight: the common'���������'������������������*Arreiti;<i^rid,  theA:dipper/Vfor; instanee, have : it yflighty  :likeAthat:.pf Vayypting^ bird. :,AyV y7y;yyAVyAy  yVyMKriyV: of y:bur;s^  but to:*fli|yfroiuybush to. bush prVifrprii:  tree :tb: treeiA:>Members of the' VVthfushV  VfarnilyAate Alow,yfliersj the yblnckbirdy in.;  VpaTti^iaiVV^^iAitsfhasty7 hiiTriedlflighty  of tori just ���������; avoiding: Vfenees and no; more.  .. WagtailsiyAchave Aa beaiutifuly undul&ting  flight Vwitiivlit'tleVappareritVri  ���������win^V;7AAyTlieyiVldpk---A;;likp:VSgreyh^  bovmdiri^1 through Vthe. air.;   Nearly yaii  birds sailVor; float; Occasionally without  the yslightes't Vrn^mentAolV-their:ywings..  EvenAa-lar^ MrdylilMAa;;p^  ;glide ViaV;;this:-.VwayyVfpr:ymore.Atha^yytwoy  ^huridried yarfsA;AVAyV7V:'A;;AA:-yjVyv7yyA;;;'y:yy^  y (Srbtise have a rapid wirigAn^tipriywithr  Put any great speed, ^ufc'yyvhpriAtheyAsail;  cpmirig! dowriAyrith A tliey^nd,;VV asy they;  prefer AtoVdo^ they gpyyeryAf*sty;;BefdreA  ali^tlsgVVtheyV flap their wi^s: seyeraly  timesA'Wiry: rapidly^ like: tlieVclanging: of  harids/'yMost birds:after ^idirigVdpVthis:^  Does A it1' correspond yto AputtiiijgAybn ythp;  brakes A Vdiy yrever sing the; engine;:7 in;;" they  cascybfVyiriechanibal lpcoiriotipri?V|yWithi  little-yappareritV iise-'Vpf. theV win^;y7the"  wobd   pigeon flies very Vstrori^yy-A'jaridA  rabidly.:   Ityrieyer seems toV^ringyrip"V  mricli^f ore flighting, but crashes*Vintp v  a;tree afc full'speed.   "Whenyit risesyitsy  wings Acrack;. like;-, pistol: shots.yy yy A Vy yyvAV  ; ypucksy-are-AystrongV on the wing.arid:  of ten'fly; ;in; single file. ' Gefesb; will; yflyV  wedge b^Varrpwhead shaped generally;at  a, cprisideiraibleyheight.   .S������ do^^ nmnyVgulls  arid othery sea; birds, in a ytately, meas-  yured vfiashibriiAVtlieir; calls ^c^asi/inallyy  soiindmg like ''Left, right, left; right;'^  ASKestrel^ Ahay e a beautiful j clean cut,  ^Sppirigy iridtipnApf their wingS and; look  likeAyachtsy sailing thrbu^i the air^whiW;  : their :��������� hovering yin the air is ybneypf Vthe  mysteries ;Vpf ybird 'life. X.y A VE^esweeps^A  wiiichy itrey so graceful ,in' ytfeirA^btipris  on theVgTOurid:, look :Hke eribrriibus; bats  VwKeri-iir Vfli^t. A "Swallpws^^rid  yhiarkedydegree yswiftsyhiayeVTagidiywi  Vriiove^ntAVwith;I gieat'Aspeedy aM^xtraJ-V  brdi dar y V po werVybf V fli^t^^cotsriianl.yAAA  [ IN THE FLOOD   I  .yycbsty'df" y liiyihgyyihy;;Saxon:y;  A,Ai>uring^lteV7PaStVie^|yparsyi^  ���������' geine r all y; ��������� lia v'6': gradually yrjseriy incliid ing:  iipus^irehts;;^  Althbu^ry:tlie.V cbn^mpti^  VdecidMlyAless;yb^arisp;5p^^  i;t;hat^'bfejTC'er::;Vhas^^  due  primarilyAlytbyAsu^  propaganda ambngA  icduiitry. X.;Mai"hetS. qUpt^ibris ; iiayyPlauen  yfpr Aleading V f;bod\Apr^iicts.;: at A wholesale  yiri A;Aniericari:y .cbntsVy:?per; AyApne^half y ykilo..  Atl.l023;!pburidsyV';afe;Aas;;:fblibw^:A  yyV'FfeehViymealNjVvbcef;Al8 tbyyl9jy veal y20:  ���������toy2fei:Vpbrk;;:22.ytd;7V23iArii^  ; sausnge,-Vl 7-y ioXitiynieatV sausSgeAyiT; yip;  '25r/'lard-A21';7;U*A722,V;8^^  ;3fl toy45jVbacbri 22 to 24^^ariii; sausage  26;tp=36, ;pdtatpesy(K8 td;li;;ta"bl^;biitter;  y3|3ytdA37;Amargarine 10 to 2li;apples,4  VtpAOiydried;;iipplesA12' to������������������: 14;Arpasted cof-V  tceV 24; tip 52; pnroasted'v.c.pff������.e'';'In'V,toA4i';;'  sugar, Viriy cones; ;pr lump'.;7, Vgranulated  ;0;V;dried; pcnaAVOA'tp 7,Age������^e;V2iy toy24;;  'turkeys ;2i  tp;A26.;  The, following  are;  XXAXy- JAMES DINGWALL, ESQ. 'Y;y,y  ;;A^ilHariistd\vii, brit;^JniyA27tiiV;i9p8.y  : y^.'1 suffered allAaiy lifieyfrotriyGhronicA  L Constipation: arid no doctori or remedy.;  I ever tried helped trie.* ���������'Frriit>a^tives,iV  promptly cured me. AAAlko^last SpriagV  : I had a bad attack of BtADDER ^rid  KIDNEY TROUB^S arid" theA dcictor  ; gaypVmeup ��������� buty ^Fruiyt-a-tiyeis,^; saved '���������  ; my/1'fe.y; I;am nowV oveii eiglity years  of ��������� agb Vaiid   I   stronglyy recoriiinerid V  ; "Frriit-a4ivesM for ':Constipation   arid  : Kidney'Trouble''. ���������.���������-'��������� AAK&XAAA.Ay-y  ��������� (Signed*) JAMES DTNOWAtly. A  Spc a box. 6 for $2.50���������or trial box^ 230  ���������at    dealbirs   or;   from A Frufea-tivea  ;Limited,VOttawa.;-,.-' ��������� yXy-xyXyXXXXXy:.  A..yV.:AMr.;y'Fusser,:at' the��������� 'Prwn������*>yy;y;y"  V Not that it:is;the only home inyliduis-V  Vyillet    tnafc y&Vyye<tuipped  with yaVV tele-V  phone.   Dpubyfciess there are;sevbralVpth-  ers.y SonieVdf Jtitem may have :VtwP; ytele-  Vphbnes andVit is quite posaible th^fcsi&biue-  ; thing of, aysiidilar. nature may Ahay������;; bc-V  purred on some pf the -others, butyhardly  prbbable.   In; this caae, as the telephoiie  is mostly used-by^ the-feriiinine;.iiie'irili^rs.  of the househoidi ithas cdnia taVbeliribie  naturally asspciatedAwith them thanythe  maisculiiie adjuncts; i'br.!; tfiiey with!7:it; as  the.reader :mayVpfefer.y;yAV ���������yXyy'.y.XyXAy  y yKpt   long: Asiriee  3ir;A Fusscr   himself;  arisv.'Pvcd an; insisterit: call of the; tele-  ;bhbrieVbell..;A;r-7;AA^yyy!-VyyV:A'y.-V';:--' .AyAXX:  )'A "la  this yMrs; -Fiisseriho  was; askedA  SA:?';^,^:he'Vsaid;^  y;^I mean isy;thi^-Mrs^ Fri^ser's 'phbriey??  :A;A"2-Jp.AA ' 3"tAV;belprig3AAtpy. theAteleplibiie  Vcbinpany,'?'said:Mri.^Fusser.. '������������������;        :^XyXy  AA/lIa^aThal ytihat'kypretty  good/^ the  pther;;Oiie   lauded ;VA'1butj; seriously^' I;  ���������want; to know : if Athiais 3Irs. Fusscr'sA  - house.'';7;A.yAVV;Vy;Vyy-AyAyyA;V'y;y:Vy. A'XXyyyy  y ;,"lteally; iVpan^tSay^yr^  .thought not; but "as everydrie else seiiiiisj  tb; think it is I mayV beyiriist*ll:'?n:" yy  AA *'Ydu are ;a greatyjdkeri'AaTen't you ?y  VVvviil you kindly tell me:is- Miss Fiieser ���������  ^here'?" .���������.-;��������� ��������� ��������� XyXAXyy;- yyXy XyYyx, yy  XyAy  AAy-^lje ;:is' ^n^AAAyXXA-AXXY XXX Vf  '.f'A^Who "is V;th������7'';talkirig?''V:yAv'AAA'V"; XYyX:  AVl^*Wlio', Vnie^y^ii^i-lthi^isii^iyAJ^sif  ;;Fussers'.Vhus^iid^;y*ifi^  y^'hbydpes;.errapd^pvyMi;sK^  yg9t;him'with;!the:'hpiis|;,Vy:^  A;A**Prctty*tdugh^bn?Mrs:AFu������  :;it;?;'Ayyras;V:the;: sympatiwtic;yrejp:rider:yVAA;A  A-.Mr;yFu3ser hasApi^'"ed:;theA'ielbpVbne'  Vtakpnyout^^LduisvilleVyrnriesAVy:A:^;'A,AA:;;;:AV  .,    . A..,.(Jpy., i'.-suiK  11.   \ylUanift.),  A-y^Jii^ii^y^ypp^yt-lvought it.'wa^  ilo.^y;;ylriA;fycti:yiieA.wpuld "hav-e'^'tiiijoylui;^  itAhltgtiiyyliadVhb dniyvkiwwn tlvbVwhare-;  ;-i|-o^yypf ;Vprctty .Aii;^; iMpi-gan. ;y As ity  ;'t\;:a.8j vKpjyeyer,'. he; paieedViigitafc.3cliy ��������� back:  iardyf^tiy ony piip VlittleV pa.tciiy; of Vroof;  ���������uponAu-hiehyJie; vyaayi>eiiigyb3nie swiftly  ddwriVAt^^y'lri-b^d,' riVuddyV screjiin^V; ���������: '^ii-;'  cipribt^iy:A'h.a;yvi'a;s PluckyytoV;ha,vi;;;ev<Mi;:  lliisy su^.llVi-Pfiige;:fi*prii -.tihe.-. watpis, ybiit;  lu> did'y^t;-w^id-^  ,case.;A' H^ytlibri^t-only of Alice.; Ay oyy  V. ,As; Jimmy;-paced;r^  Oii everyysidc/weTeAehai-rs^ t;r^^;'������;iblesiy  and Varidusyothei^yairtic!es;Vswe^)t fromV  ytheir;abi<*ii^yplaces,yd*Mi theVdanv bnrst-V  Fortunately in^t'pf^'.^  warned aridyhadyleft^t^VcityVi  fes<-ape. y liad ;:AUpbV;b&enVainpiig thpss?; y  AyV Suddenly^;V.Jiniin'y;A stop^d; his 'paeirig  .and'placed'ylii^AtondA'e^^Hy  eyes, sJiadipgVtheriiyifrdm^  gazpdyhitently; atysbmeAaj^rb^hiriig pb-  ject.  Aftwas evideritljr VaV'taihift or ;s^ni^,  Other article, justAawas^  {yromanV; clinging prccariongly; tbyits sliJK  peryAsurface.    Jiriimy^Vgaspcd'; :yltV was''  uridpuibtedly  AlicelA: Fortune ;: andy the  stream bore jinuny's: roof arid the btiier'  ai^cleytbgetiie^A^dy  transferred Vthe; girlytp; his-jnpi-pA^ecure  conveyance.., yyVyyAA'Vyv;.vy^.:-,Vy:gyVyV'y:'7:  ���������-;; .'���������<^ear,Vy''<!ried:;y :Jtio^'^f^j':0:^\i-4^&'-  her elos^ "1 was afrai^^bmbly-;Afraid;  buty^wAthai I, Jhare;;ypri;her&p���������^'A'; A  :  ;TEe girlysmialed^'rip'V'atyhariK'yAK^Ai:^  X-. '*T*A. iiFpfcrafriaidAeitber1^  piiedj""7'''"r;7"I;:' :-j-.;.v,..i-..,..-v..'-:^--F' ���������  Pre  waters  A;V"DP_ ..  queritajQly,,'X'tl^ thing that is:' bbtjheriri'g:  me mbst?iripWvAis that .we'll spon���������y.-driftii  outypf; thisy<jbimty ajidyiWl be days\ rind,  days before;V(jhe water; will'���������:.Subside;;.-'sjiife*  ficieirtly fOT'iisVto y^back'honie.;y.lriiithe;  riie^tin^AweVld>se; pua*; residence in ilieA  cbririty and^^ythen"we'll naVeyiipVwait'"untHy  jwe've; esteiblish^;JpuriyTCsideri<*e in.Hpriw|  VcHher' copri^Ab^pre ywe can.,get: ia mav-*  riage licen������e-r0tridyV\TO "were: to have beri  .-^1,5'-a'v^.; ,'4':'/lLl^j.������i:'i si,.:''.. ���������-;...'';.���������'.--.;..   .  iMVii������UVUM3yyw^c������^.5;.'...ry;-.':.,-' :\:y-..y .���������.,���������������������������'!;���������; ���������   ������������������ \.y  Jimmy laiighedAheat^tily. V;;, A  V "I)pri't: letyavl^tleythin'gA W$'i a-"-i"i-1'^;  lijT'g         t v,ry|*  ������������UTrS,5J* mT������r-������TTTST ^3V>   <��������� -li>-5n:  Suffered Ten. Years���������Relieved^iriThree',  Months Thanks to PE-R U-NA.  ''t&m  ���������x.i  t^L/l  ZAyi$0������m>  wXM&m$m  ������������������f.'/Wi ,.il������S5gM*J  ;-'^k^^*^  X;\ryAfc?S>teK  yysmtmi  1 'Ay.yy'y'&y'ji  ^:<YAyiX^iShi  ��������� <:-Y'Amv$&  xy?yrt$M  , 1.-'. -*.*,**���������'.'.;iiV.,-;W;   :msi  rX#M&mi  VCi^^IZE^-MfcSteirUj^^^saysiVAAVA,..,,...   bladder��������� trouble for ieh-jwrspastAxXyXjAyy^  y' Berriria 'arid cbitiimed'^r1^^ nao������^s|i|'7  '^lyhavb ricitiascd;it'lBiriOie;ii^  a pain.'  ;-gy������;i������'  y-XASr*  ���������yyA-iis.v  y: r Vyyy ;DANGER^y;QF;ARATS;^  y;y;;By%ma^3^^  V irierelyVa A^rep^i^ii^a^r^^  .���������&; few^oririds^orim^  .of .wheat;��������� aridyoate;SiEcpmV.tliefgrianaryiv^VyiWAM  ��������� ;Xrue,; .the���������^pcp-0p';,.gpnerIvlly;:;>J���������^{^���������*;d;ythc:,^  77^,.^.yermiri';aridydesei^irigVtraf'y^  ysbri.^y-The; darigerypf Ai^isp^:^-fcI^%tJ^^|^f^  wrong 'animal���������ddgVbr' ;^f^^^Vtai^e5'i^'?^ls'-0ipf'|  :Vand:.;:;thereforey^aiiy:'?'hesititfe^:^A  ii^jj'toij-gjfep^  yarey'usuaiiy^. made:V:of; phbsphpru^  Atheyyfear,.theAdisagreeiableyddbrsAii  y.cay .A v?hich:;f ma^;iPllowV;lthe  >rembvalAiri" this;^way.c;AASJa^"'t^.VAsteel'^  iiraps7.aridy;wireycagea''7arid"theylikoy bri^5y^S;:Vg|$K  Vfiri^ihcV'ratV3nore;'ciiririiri)^h^Vthetr?^^  yeawjher.;,;.yyy.:y:y-y;-.::;y yy yyv'vV^yyyyyyy^'vyyjyyvk^^l  A|V;They result Vol V'airis'' that^ ef fbi^7'i^'giyeitAVy;������|flirti  ^illtd^lotihi^  ytb^VtaA':isytbpAseriqusya:-.pestVtb^  ���������' ied-. ;inA^;iiisV:;^?ay.y .Scierice; ha^;;been;"STid^V{y?yK|^  virtg^n-liy^i^yaBi'a'v:  '. i^iVy'-is; j:;^xcee)a :i0yXyXxM  !;sSbwife^A;inye^g^ipris;i in ��������� the^iliB^t^io^J^A^y;:  pte^f^eara^pri^UeV-vP^  A3  as,  ' '���������>"���������  ;   IviiRsACbrirtri  Ay ;"Oh,VqVJfftjybaldVlitt^  '   and moon around thb verandah! at night,  ';   sMipldng cigair-after ;dgary.arid  saving  j tisti fttililflG^Swbrd^  y ;fpur,���������\yord;8 nbbtit; the stars:all evening.",  lytbbk my seventh black pei'fecto  ���������i frbniAjny .month; arid grinned yqgain;.:  yj' y6li^iridt!<the>!ikirid ;that*ihumH>^Swcet  : ^cribvievo'f:��������� <fourAnpteB put;.:df trinp in  '* 'liprribie minors'yWlijiJp^It thinks there-Is  : Bio' Afljthi?yllatenirigi'^Bild;! finiflbed, arid flbd  I  lhtittducing  a^or, and;  ; y'i'JToratio Cntes,  editor; of thp ;Fairfiold  IjlBiiglo;   arid   ho: great was  ilib:   Wttle  ;V ;;M\Vitch's mad obnrmV ilint  each  of i; thp;  ,V  V| Rontlcmdti *,rttood|i ���������(���������en'lyAwith:pffars   of;  ; :y;;;heort. nndyiaridi^; BUj|'^;whov;tdflBedAVhi*Vr;  .. ,!;lira������l again arid turned back to mc.-y  A.  ��������� i. ���������, Then T turned Tiprui herV Mi, pxrtfipeva-,  '   <;.'.tlon.-'.>rri tlm name; of-Hymbn, wliitt  . i "'would, ploaw yo'it,* anyhow; you matldbnr';  ���������^[XilAnif'.Utilfi^i^r^;.^  ���������'*.��������� f   Sliti ,/yl'boUi'd .i'idtH! tho' ���������cloud-������tr<������akotl:  , Fi'moori,*' . "T like;ytheso pomfy, tranquH;  ,' .-���������*old ooi1'ger������ of ;8rt, wlioi: think, ov������l'.vhod*/  :>';;,i,'toji������o''!li,'..''������i'.-'l>ott(ir..:iinntcli;'; than    tlisit**,-;  :. .;'^)^olv-o*,V''filio' oliricrvod. ''   y  ���������.::v-;-Si,.-- -: ff!5r^������*JifimI'-'t il"; 'sputidrefl,'::...-.f-tI-. novCr  il������p,id I. tlioriaht, all theuo fellows wero  ' .:;'��������� Hi ter" thaii t,"'. M������V Melton-Tjangham  ',, X Paid1,  v'"''', '���������'  ,i''���������'.#. A "Oh. i don't mcnH^ lcl������d who do  . i fvwytlilng ,Wro.! Molton-Langham Hayn  , 4.-nnd,*. \vy\ noWwm thoir own account,"  , ., ^dceJaW the'1-itif.lo \yildi,A  ��������� * '��������� Afl or tliat I took heart ''from ������Tohn  AAldon n^di//������6.t;!,J������iii������'yVon, iWlown ,������<?���������  S *!oinit,"' And when I mndo my nhnmnfm  i*iVv<>rinvt to Mrb. ; Moltoit'Liihgliam,   that  :    w ������arirleloui������' womitri tplctrraplicd������  ',���������/ '���������!:',    ������������������Coriurrfttiilittlbriii.i'Virginia'   and    I  * < were after you all the time."  ���������' **   '������������������ V ��������� ������������������ i i...iii.iiiFi'ni i^F������,f>y.-'i.,������ < ���������,���������.���������'..':.',������������������������������������';������������������  '''-''i^tm^t^r<<^A'y::'''x;'x  .Miirtomn, ^Mwnnfor���������Our   ginnn   oftfor,  ^o'xnlnlni. of iridiffMiloii. . ;    :  Viiy*lcifin*f~(Ti*'H him to wit nothing but  'tiilil;;'l)0l!(1n-4".''for. a; wWok. 'V V  ��������� ., Mm,; .>��������� >>��������� ������..������.i...������-~������. i*. ��������� ���������;  iiisnniiASON, a  .���������i4-4*'-.>���������'���������������������������������:��������� (Woit^-*f������i,fIIrn-n((������orlp*fc.) ,������,.:��������� y-v ; :  ,YTcW|f ymt tllBllirt tno, ty)iy did you  ���������jwirinlt mo id:%*M ybu la������t, night? ^  A.���������:���������; V.,:,-;Blio������-7I '.������������������Irtfc ;tli^y;Iy rMty ouglit, to  ''8(^i*y^p^e^^h65i*h^  yf ITOIW -'t'lio'^C^**''***^' *-'*���������'*^"���������''1''''*^'*^****'*'��������� <**><*^^i������''<>vi: '���������'-���������.''*'-?  ciJed'the^St  'ript;Vdiily!;e  fWjas'fpund^ .  itlie ycpiriit." ;lT^K!:a������f-ffieitiS  'feetM^rid*'fdou^-:Jro^^8^  ;rats:''.iriyVtheiitfilii:iffo^^VK  VthatStheV^rmA'irMtfig^irif eclkeMs^riitrielB^ll^  iwaa.VtiieA same7'asVVtli^iri:^  i^;*a3jput^a'-������dzen-iB(^CTpis^and^^  ���������^e^homVwitli;liini^  |lreAb������������ame:4  rMw^^em^jS^f Stih^^h^u^ t^a|lheyii^|y|ipy^  I faction; ���������'wStsAprpved; by 'iix&^o^Bpii^i-fo^^.'^^r^..  * ariiiria^ip^llie^  ���������^vy.:,-:ityiB;.npW:'..;t.iier.eipr,e,'.r^  fjtli'at^ailti'ri^  ������:or;'';rats.'-'hiay?get-!F'^  A';.f'I;:;AMAANOTA;AVAFRAIDVy;AE^^  ��������� 'H*.'.#l*v1r-K-n;u^h,i|i  For Women-Lyclia E Pink^  fe^s^6getable Compound  yBollevilloi Onit.���������"I wnB ao wenlc  nnd worn out from a fomalo -woaknoBfl  tliat -I foiicludedto try Lydia E. Pink-  J "          ham's A iVegotablo  Compound. Xtoolc  Bovorol! bbttlos of  It, and I : craihod  otrongth po rapidly  that It- Boomed to  miilco anowAvoman  of mo. I can do ae  good a clay's work  :aB I ^vor did, 1  Blncoroly bloaa tho  day thai I mado up  my mind to tnko  I jtouruJodlclno for  r.   ...,,.,...,, .'remal***' weaknosa,  and I umt'xcfiOklinglyjrrfttof nl toyoufor  your kind lottora, as Icortalnlyprofltod  by thcun*, Xyglvp^you pormwBion to  publieli this any tlrao} you wish,?'���������  Mrs., AM-iima* w iciqwr, BpllovlUe,  Ontario, Canada.. ' ���������irxxx'AyXyXX;���������;,;  AVomenovary whoro Bbouldromombai'  that thoro Ib no othor remedy known  to medluino that will euro fomalo woalc  iioBuaud bo fluccooafully carry woraon  through tho Ohango.of Llfo as Lydia JQ.A  Pfr������klMim'������VogAl������hlo Comnouna, made  from* natlvo rooto and horbB.  For 80 j ears it haa beon tiurlnnt  \Voinonfrom tho worat formu of fomalo  UlB���������Inflammation, ulceration, dl������-  nlacomonta, ttbrold tumoru. Irrogularl-  lion, periodic palna, baekaeho, ami  uorYOUB.p-Jo^trr^tjpiJ-f, ., .���������,,,. 1<:   ,, ,.  II you wiMitHiMJoiui advice wrlki  {orlttoMri,Pinkliani|Lymi������lVj^uiN������  11* free and Al way ��������� belnful.  m.  to 17,���������'.harps '83; to $r.26, cabbages 2 to! 5,  Vfrcsli eggs 2. to 3; cooking eggs 2. Milk  5 ,reiitB,y8kimymiik 2 cents a quart.   -.   ;  AVheat' flour, :; first tjuality, eostn 5V  ceiitHVpbryl.lb23;ppund8i second qualityv  ���������1, cents :;ryd/flburi -4 cents {"rye bread,,  first quality, .3 1-3, cents*,;second quality. 3 cents:per 1.1023 *poiirid8.  ::-r Tho retail *'���������'���������:��������� prices .are-A considerably  highicr ;for all of thei foregoing and vary  slightly iii different localities.���������-Weekly  Coriaiilar andATrade' ReportB.y y  ���������:X:::Y-X-'':yA-; y.V/'^+.+yAy ;.' ���������.yyy.y-  A,V.A;-AV:y;Vy.y;A;'yyHbnbr^y.,>;Vy  Honor is ri, product'original in the ogo  of chivalry, and imported!to this country by the PuritanB.' Since then it has  bfion trying to got itsislf acclimatod, witli  indifforontysucccs8oy 'yA ':XXAXy;  AVhilb, it ylaA extremely rare, it exists  in the moRt unexpected: places. Traces  of it havo ovon boon said to bo found in  insurance companies.  ' No profit, It is said, js Without flomo  hdnov. But this has never: boon definitely settled.  Common, or gulden honor, is used by  the, plain peoplo. It iB found In largo  quantitica In tne Blums. Spriio tldovcs arc  bybnyBaid to pdasoBB it. ,; ";       A \  to yot, liowovor, It has not beon woll  received in the beat ripcicty, moot social  *I^mUfi;fi considering it Btiperftubus,  llorioi* Ih not always dtirabloj and it  frdqnontly, happens that itho Individual  veooiving it lo disappointed In having it  siiddnnly -mateliod away." This happened  to Nnpoloort Bonriparta arid Goorgo  Dbwo.v, not to montlon othor moro distinguished examples.;  Honor ban mado several attempt* to  riritrr Amerimn politic*', bnt 'hnc, v.ovev  BiH-cepdod; It wan prenont at tlm death  of Caesar, but not at tho birth of tho  Standard Oil Oompany.-^TIiomas l������, MftH*  Bon, in April Smart Sot.  '' nn. i.iii.ii.i 'mfrijii^t 1,' nm n 11   ,  (Ted led by Order.  After tho, hattio of bu������to2m a soldier,  BUppbfli'd to havo bc������n Iclllcd, wan en-  jteml on tho hookn of hl������ eompanyi    ,  "Dtwl on the 24l,Ti ,Tun.\ IRrtfl," rtc'  '���������; A few day* afterward It turned out  thnt hn wim ������,IU nllvn*. nnd tlie honest  ������erfwnnt mad*> the following cntryi  "DIM by mUtako."  At.length there camo a letter fmm  the Ministry of War announcing tlio  death ot U10 man at tho hospital, winm  cur ficrgcraa rvcoidul IU fwtd or, f'������-  low������i-i '.' . y I  "TKJdiod by o������vler of the MlnUtry.'V-l  Tit.BIt*,    V Ziiui-Buk snplls wyiugtoyiiul " 8up  poiso husband,..wife: or pohio iriember of  thpV fariiilyVoustainayaAOutAor ya ilmit  scratch, which fosters; or tijiraia to blood-  poiaoriirig.   Result���������ofi? work 1   What  dobs that mean at pay dayT';.:Zam*Bu!r;;  ', prevorit*  wburida/ biito  or   injiipieB  '^tiirriing tho wrong^'wity,!?ii/Apply it  iiiiitiadihtbly; arid���������:fi������*; klila^tho; po^pn  arid startn holding.  7yATlfcrbvio 'an-'.1.  otlior ; aspect.  If you havo to  th'ofamily, eo-  iB'mairingworm,  ulceration;    or  ��������� ariyBklndisoapoi  tryv;Zom-Buk  : fll'Str-don't epond  monoy bnjoxporl-"'  mA3AXX0yxXAlXs^l$>  ��������� t������..I..l..gH  ineiiting I You  willihiyoto  ol Zarii-f\ 1  nlc o'vont������;   1/,  ually.    'Do   ' '*  It iiow j arid ���������������  bavo cost of  tup other things.  Hear those porsoni :���������  Mr.! Ai M, Brooks, WolHhgfcbii; Street;  Steel ton, Ont., eays J--,, If only! had  got,Zam-Buk nt first, it> woilld. have  uavod moscores of dollare fan well a*  hpura of agony." ��������� Mr. Brookes has beon  cured of eoaoma, TTo oaya 1���������v. My nook;,  ehoflt and body wero cbvorod with tho  terrible disoone.   Tlia itching, burning  and smarting I nuflbiod, mono who has  nob gpriothrough itoan tolll ."JDontoi's'  lotions, aalvou and proscriptions didn't  do mo a hit of good 1 and. from 0110  thing to another 1 paused, only to,find  ���������"."���������.em usiiliM^.    With Ziim-Ilu'x It wan  I 'dlflWent, im������l without golug^tlirongh tt  1 long story, I can say that a fow wooWy  .tmaiinoiivwMi this ote\t noolinv hslm hn'ril  th id'iroi, liml rlrt mt for (fftoil ot tho t������rnli|t  11 *vtiih, w\\\?\i hnd Ueld mo lu Us strip Ut ovur  tenTr.cnU^l"  ��������������� IH had (ppllod S!������mrTJ|j\\*J������-t������������o flwb V^nt,  ln������i**'l ot trying tho orh-r jiri������|������tinMoim, I  ������. ou!d hivvn ottved i������n-������tl( *lotof nion������>'.' B>  ���������\v������ Mm, n. ID. Ileilyoil, ot M7,I'rovpiin������n>r  Av*., Br.. U>'il<si*<, Wliinllion;. Mr*. luilwMI  IvuittO'ilillnwr, whioh liooimm pMnonen, hm  mvv* t���������"tiliB0fcTne������^vol1������n nnil dlioolowi, ������no  tov tvlmlo arm nclitJ mid tliri,ljli������*l violently. I  cnllo 1 In s rtMtor ������������irt hs Hnonl It.. Vnn w������f  liiiitlne "r.ijw X sintArMl, ������mlil������i������j������|t������ th������ iloolor's  truntmonb tha linear Mf(.ln tMtorvil, nml KOl50  Iuul ilr������t Lliodfli-Uii r^lirlnvl rno to co Ijitc M15  l������a������i������ltaU -1 fcsri"!, It I ������!Mi tliey voiiW ont, Ik  oft, v\ rntuio'l, Ono rtiy wn wer������ iuIvIhk! to try  ������"nlV<lf.    Wn Utti fit vnrvlUHvt ������\M Mid tX������V������  ��������� thU ImIiii strUl.  Wull, It dn'y took shout four  It ilars lo rtrnwr ft������b tlie fororinFii I    Tlipri, lilt t>y  ' Vi, IV U>/������n U������ li#U. ������nit In lens thin thrni  wcj������kii Irniii *lr**t mii������r������!ylnc the J*nm-lliiU the  fln������������r wm hfiiM snil rertftrt'/ henlvhy. It only  I htul Rot Znu.IliiV tt flMt I"  All ������W������ lnjiirl#������ entl iDnewn.ikM, mt*A hy  S*.tm.n<iW,   \Fj*������*ma. ���������niplion*. pimple*, iilo^re.  Jiiriiny7<j).ai*oit^^;ri;n;i;rs'A^  wbbbly;yrbbjf,;7i*-vpi^  Oric|maiiV phi i-j^V'a  lusjiiriri'wliile. th3;ptherAwPrc;^.wluteyt'qV;  !;-:AVAH,AI:ylive;.'[ycri2dy',Iimm  'Piiriiueiy;jib^3;;;nifdyiliJitA:m:<ri  'l8;.'':tlipy,.tbSv������v'.qlerk^toiyyou  you fiupppflc. d&nr,A^^that tlibsobbbka.and:  p.iipers:'itlip;plbrk'hii3''-aro:iJ^!f.^'y^  ;, l^iflyqueStiori'ynnfiiviiilicd,.>��������� Jitrim^'gjlzei:^  nrderitl^y^tA tlip girl.    SheycolPrivlA.b"^  rieotli his!giarib''.   In a iribri^nfc;AUio;ynp|  prOachingfi-ppfhad bunipeidViritpid,imriKv'!:*  iiii������wiworthy craft, nnd Vth-e. tWo^Vbl'gd**';  flniiting pgapefully d .i\vn th't* '��������� s'tve'iim'-i''tbi''  gethPr^'VAVyFyV'XYAyy "A' ,;��������� viyXfyHyAA'i^ii  . ^Ql4d F-ytb'cboo���������: ynu. gln.d to .'���������:.secA- ypn/!.  ciied ,:;.ffimm#?,-efii������^  Olerk, pard-ori'the; que*jtionj:but fire ,-tho-ticj  blankfl, :aridVVdbpuments-r-7-" y'X'AXyy'y  "Sure/', ci'ied A the <tWk,' with A .jii1;���������'/��������������� h  parislvo smile,/ "when the flood; eairiib>,I  picked up Vtho only things ikwt wic, ainl  hcix) thoy: are-���������tho irin.i'rin.jre��������� dbckcityind  marriage liieonisos.   CVih I sell ybu, owTX  "Ybu bct/V'TimniyVyelled lianpily; ^nri^  hurry up nnd A jib the' kriotVbefc>r6';iwf  float 'out' 'of A 'the   county, Miv.v,BtHrKV  please.   Alioe'a idea mav. .be yrill ryii;bbl������lii.l  but I don't want to take anJrchUlt->bf',^  :'���������".'���������''���������������������������������;-"," 4������������       '.���������'r'y":A:i:'AAvA '���������'  , : .���������     ;���������      ";.,:';;���������;;  '     v..     .-. ���������:��������������������������� ��������� ���������-���������<:,!, .,' Ar i1;;  Practical Household H Intirhsy A  .n-si&i'yy  Is  Sur������   Dodd's_ Kidney   Pills  f^i'^^'-'VOur.-sa^'His^oi^esQ^^^^  ty'.-i:',^-"vv;fc  ������>;������������fJ.;i*;:iS!-;ii<5;a  If on ovon 1? too hot the ���������temperature  may bo lowered^'���������byyppcnli.g.;tlic;lld;bf  tho rango a trlflo. A y : ,   ,    j.  When making panned oyutcro It Ji1 essential to hayo thoy.pan /ploing^lip't;: ,bo������  foro nutting,anything into it.-. A,   '  y  When making sweet'ovoquottefl, add a  'littlo sugar tothOerumba in,>vliich, tlio  croquettes aro to ,borol^d?V'.iv4y.,,,iy1  V A,'pinch" ofsalt and.floda. addou to waterin which1 tough mcatAorA vogotablbs  aro bollod will make thorn,\moro,,tender.  Celery can bo much lihpi-oVcd' by noak-  ihtt it for an hour in loo cold* water, in  ! which a lemon has; been sa-iea-ffldi;.     ������������������  ;   Pans greaacd with butter will mako  tho bottom crust of pica'ooft and flaky  and prevent them from being floggy.  ,'Alf'broad is wrapped; in piirnfflripaper  PR soon as it is takori from tho .ovon, lit  will keep fresh and moist imich.loiigori t  ���������   To clean a copper kettle, rub It with  powd.'icd br.th brick arid piiviiffln and  DollHli with dry brick <m������t ofwhitlng,   ;  Wlii'ii finely chopped nuts oto needed  for cako, salad or samlwIchoK, tho nuts  Hlibuhl ho run through a mincing mrt-  ohluo,    ��������� '��������� .-.,    ;. ������������������ .y , , A ���������; " X-'  Instcud of ualpu soap itnd water ;to  polish painted tturfhecs, bbll 11 pound;of  bran in a gallon of water and utrain It,  . To chum eluvmbia VoUIn no. thlt will lw  ������oft aftor tlio wasliliijj wring It outi of  Hhn nonpy  water and dry it  witpOut  llefori' UHiug tlm broiler for fl������h heat  It and rub over with a piece of salt pork.  11 will mako tho broiling process ehimlw.  ������ ���������"������������������������������       '"���������" ��������� ���������   ,v'-' '���������������������������>  ''���������   '''i;'';M*nv Oolw" Blind;   i -    - ���������  WtrSKSKW I I    Out of 1,8.12 exranltiatloni madeby the  ' I   United. Htates.  HU'iuntipttt,, b-eryim ior  I 'color hllndncati 3d wore* forind to"lib; ������o  I.   afflleUd.   ','���������.������������������       y   '    .������������������;���������- .      ' ,,A.'::  Geo. ,:HV-'WattorwoK^imM^M^Mxy������;i  y:V::y.'Feelb;Like"a-.Boy .AgatnVAfter''Suf-iA:fiV;:;5'f;;v  ;*;rA;'::foriri&Al|fprh'''they':Nw  UAV;':Kidney:ADisea8e8.V:;.y.yVy'A:Ks:AAi:;yy,^^^  YX Rodney,';0*it., ;Aprll:';4.^-(Special)y^iAyXfY&M  ^eb;''',';H.V^ttev^rtli^';itf:%ell'y^n  travelling Halesman^.iiSJ;hbs{i; 'Jbjoniqi;^ia^ltiy'yy^i^-A  ' this. ��������� pliicei;, riialccs ���������; an Vunqualif tcdV;8tate-;A':;;;;yfy^:,^  i;iriont,.ihrit yliectwas;-cui'.bdV.of ;E>liihote8;yhy ;^^':;v:������  .3)odd'9.'iadrieyVPills.yV''VV':AAAA,y,A^;:;;Ay^yV;Ai^  v.^YcH^7^Myi������Wi*ittbi*totth:t*tfaIdf  nev Pilln cured me of. Diabetes..:.1, took :::,:,;,  'Vthirty-8everi''bo������H^n,;tlUl^>bu^ta^^^  ;nm restored,:t6;Bbod*liboJ^:;v:yA,������0^  A,y>i wils also troubled^lth'Rhemhri^^  ;arid Heiidaeliei\riiy Blecp^aij .^tph^ttVapd fy'XXy  linrefrcBhing,  arid��������� t 'wpb ��������� always:;'tired-..'-'A:A  arid nei'Vbu^^ut^Ilbnd's'l^^  ���������'curcd^nie .dmV.'now^v.if^iijUBfc^-ikpi  :'when 1 waB,'a''.boy."-..:''.'V ^'- ���������' -XX:\AYy. .Yyyyyyy  ADodd's lUdhoy1 Pl!lt*-*feure;!������i^  cause ,It .is a Kidnqy disbasoiand;tlibrp:   ;';';;  U ho form ofiCidrib'ydisbaHo;Dodd'������ Kid- y A'Ai  A'*ip;y>xp'!ls 'will' irtot'.^'buro.^Jifr^jy^  .(Worth'sA other.: ailments wero; causecl/.l)yy'feii*^ji  discascr icidricys Wiiift^ t$**mm im. x xx xx  ! purities 'out of tho.vblobd, aiul^ l>odd'������.   " V: ;-  '.'.,',. '.,.!���������,���������-'..��������� Expreealbny. y'.   !' ,'f.', ["'XXy  I am��������� strong for'fa'ttontibA;tbVexpi'e^- y  siorij If: thftfc ttttcn-J-ioieviiIx*^ cixwclsed^ la  lion times thai tho' fourid������!ttiW"'brviig.it  expression 'hlvftpneblrin,r; Wi^t.lrtg'iifi^iuier.  ""'���������''    ������������������"���������'������������������--'��������� ������������������������������������   ���������������������������-���������- ��������� -'-or  !���������.!.' ���������}'���������:  (���������in," hnx, ������������1 (In'RirlM* end eloret, or p-wtlre*  f-vm Kem.HukOo,,Toronto,lorvrloe. Uefiuw  elllmUetloiie, ��������� ������������������������������������..���������.,'��������� ������������������     *,  ���������" ��������� -' y- 1 f-r-r -~��������� * -"*-  ing to sneak with preclsipn, w^^arn to  think with correctneBHj anil nrm. and vig-  Proii'i npccchUoa th,ro\igh,,t]^5d>jynt'on  ,of,high and nobla,sentiments,; I think,  as' far as my'Wlis'efvaUoft'Hil&,',ft������noV'that  'men will do better (for ��������� ro������AhUi������������pyec2*iion  by 8,tudylnK;earefiUly and with ftTi.opon  mlrid ami a vlgtlftnt Wlhd'#Mit models *o f; \V ri tirigi th air-by ox*wislvo practice  of Writing on thei**kO>vji aycount., , The  Kiiglisli lnngungb iii Its dignity-and pm������  Itv*'lui.q never lieeuexppse^ to such dun*  gcr-i a? thoe,e which beset It toWliiy. I3o-  mbslltt ulang,' nciontlfio slangs fpseud-ps-  tlietlc affectations, hldoouB UnRprtutlona  from Amoi-ican     ji������w*papoM, 'all, hear  down' with' h'rfirrlbW force upon *ho'glor-  lou������' fabric, which iho genius of pur jaw  has,wnri-^By��������� T^ordM^'i;, ,  :'      .:��������� POLIT10S.yy;>;^ y,  !(. f. .t|.((! ,,(*yyu������hingto������y^tar.|  >.,l,,.  "Xlibrr.'s only "ne '.\V������y T'ertn't'Tihik of  -to hoiid oil this ������iuffriigirIiUj.iiibc������.iiioiit,,T  .'said������������������ Ihe morQ^ttliuw,���������.,-   '.{,..*>.. ,������������������ [."������������������  "What in thntr a*kcd l������(* wif*.  "XfakC the legal nge'fnrV -voting ������'. ln������  'fttwad^Of 81."   ->   '��������� .������������������'������������������."  y^wA^.<,.:  .,.'.  .1    ': ������������������.i,������.-nn. i^>i������ ^1 ...,i,i 11111.1M   .   .  '    ���������.���������,il.j������i,';4 .������������- tt^������ #^i������^ ������j, \,l, ������������>,rmnf  'to ewim tho������Knjrll������hA01iannel<F,vt fitigh������h'  Jiiit ynstr '    '���������  ���������  '������������������fh'  ��������� ���������������"*.��������������� -BBHHR9  MMM ''Ky'}  ������������������;  BV:  y?yyyy$fiiz;i0  ."A-.-v-T.-j.;."^  yy'X-  IB?  tmy  MA  &!&?'���������  j$!A  *������&  Jf|F  P  IM'.-  Kt  k  I?:  THE   CRESTON  REVIEW  IiM'i'VWi'ieWD  ���������sa"r^��������� ��������� ��������� -  PROFESSIONAL  IS  hiati  IP A  m  'i.i ������������������-.���������'  ���������>i i-  at.  POULTHt WMN  . (By J, R. Cora,),       fCT^?'a������eia8ea^fitiW'ffi7y^  3ISAL BBSATB, Be*.  TRATT  kA,&J4  B.C.  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B Oi Lar������ Simvnvon ais& Aacsrrsc  Plana aad gpsolfloatioae  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  fire, lAfe aad Aeolian! laear-msee  THE BBOOD HEN  Iu previous  articles  the  subject of,  handling an incubator has b<;en dealt  with, but it is not all poultry raisers that'.  has a  machine   to  hatch   the  ehioks.  Broody Biddy still shares a goodly part'  of the-hatching and raising of the .���������hicks.  ix & li&ii Ib to bo used in ihe hatching  out of ths eggs, and where only  a few  chicks are desired, it is bes>t to depend on  tbe hen.   She ought to have been picked  out from the flock of a bird worth keeping when the culling of the flock took  place in the fall of the year.     A  good  brood hea "is ������ joy for sver," or at least  aalong as she lives, and suoh a hen  B.C. ought to he carofully treasured for that  purpose.  There aro hens and hens���������some of you  CEESTON -  B.C.  J. D.  ANDERSON  TRAIL  i  OKELL. YOUNG & CO,  Real Estate and Insurance.  -������*r������������*       IT  /MI7T*VlWUO  CRESTON  ^^^^.gAft^wiftg^a^e ##������*>*������������������������������**���������������  *'   What Can 'Seat This?  i  ���������     To aU new sabecribara who pay ���������  know that.   There is the hen that yoa  can handle and take from her nest, and  she seems to know  tost   you  are her  ^ ^    friend and not hsr  enemy;   and  then  ���������"*"*���������"'���������  there is the other kind-���������she that begins  to stand up ou her eggs when she sees  yoa coming, and before you  are  near  enough to the nest to get your hands on  her she flies in your face with a yell of  . terror aad makes a commotion such  as  i>.C. I sets tho whole yards screaming from oue  end to the other, and every other sittiug  hen is now on the watch for some terri-  ������ ble happenings, wnile their curmudgeon  x ia yelling out her heart's desire,  fi    Now the first-mentioned hen is the  We have a First-Class Job Printing Department  and your orders will be in the hands of experienced printers  magg-*^^  Letter Heads,  Envelopes,  Head  w  ������4*������o;>*a'H1������*   Virand hen. 19  "*'  "a  is feflvaaee. we wiii ghre fw iu* A  ��������������������������������� ���������������..   ^f^Srtd^My t MxdwiUwatehoverherfiock. carefully  Herald and weekly Star till Dec. ������ leading  them around, let you handle  81.1810.   Also to old sabswihars | ^ma9aAhKttatAia!Un out the prem  ���������who are in arrears who settle np ** *tt������B������ saa *"���������������*"* ������*<���������������* ������*������ **������������ *������<������"  to date, we. will make  the same  offer <m their new eubcoriptios^  *&-^l   1 _  _  a    ji una   v-"������   n  I  *Ww������&C^i  a  I  LV*   *w*B>  ���������e-aaai-egw   ���������������������������    ��������� ��������������������������� -*  ^  After reading this notice don't 9  .!������������imi mmnA   th������  Btihacii'Dtias 2  delay bnt aand tho eubecriptics  price above mentioned to tha Be-  ���������view office and accuse this grand  offer.   Do it now.  !  tees, and full well knows that will not  hurt either her or her little ones.  The other one should never he used as  a hatcher or brood hen, fox in either  capacity she will ho very undesirable  and more than likely ruin tha total of  In fact  f���������������������������������"������"    "il^^^ia manage to get any chick, at  x Local rfsTOf |  <a> ���������  ���������' E-. O. TPyindssir, th* jWeU-kaowa piano  ���������fuse? of Ueiaon. is in town on s (apaeiiu  trip.   Leave orders a* Baview offloe.  Sale af Housahold Furniture at Jess*.  Bell'a raaidahce on Taeaday next at 3  p.m.   Noreaarve.  ;���������   Ralph G. 8cruton, editor of the Review, expeota to sail for America in June  ' arriving ih Greaton abont July 1st.  cIm*  anything and everything in the <way of High-  Grade Commercial Prinhmg at the  XX'X.  sha would kilt a few before she is  roady tosha&ethem off or if she does  sassag������ to see them through, she will  make ������very one of her brood exactly like  ������ tn     _i1.3 ������������.������ nnrnMlAireabie   aor wtttx owjuk���������-������������*��������������������� .~-������- ���������. - ������������������-���������^i.^���������  Which ia resej muoh to be depreciated, in  fancy poultry especially, ae one of. the  chief pleasures in this occupation is to  have birds ao that you can haadle them  easily.  ^  ���������������  A IV  iM&AtX  MY  FOR SALE.���������Ten aores of Fruit Land  A few good docile hens are an acces-  at Canyon Oity. on Block 812, being Lot  ory to ovary eatahluhment where fancy  76;t-������v<* ������������?^acre g^"������J:-. &rAj^  *    ���������������������������.'. ,.���������..=  ������������������������������������'���������   cultivated with vegetables.���������Apply R.  poultry ia raised.   It is common during  Laaglands, Oanyon;Gity,;or to Rev  RA  1^ nurse J the hatching season, when setters 'an. ������| ^���������'S.^'iyyS'' y  of Moyla, baa been paying a professional 1 demand, to purchase wherever they can     Will either Rent or Sell cheap, A8>������  visit to Oreeton thin week. ** -m ������������������-:-**-* ������* ****n ������mii  O.J. Wigen waa doing business in  Oreston on Wednesday last. He aaya  tha it-ra*^b^rry crop is looking good in  hit part of the diatrict.  Indian   Agent   Galbraith,   of Fcrt  " Staale, arrived in town  on Wadnenday  and ramatned u oouple of days, being on  dapcxtmeatal bnainesi.  -Misa Xj. II. Soott, Trained Nurae, of  '��������� Rathwell hospital, Manitoba, is ready  for angagementa of any kind. Maternity a  apaetalty.   Apply Miss L. M. Soott, gon-  eral delivery, Moyla B.O.  Mr. J. J. Atherton haa racalved m-  etrnotlona from Mr. J. Ball to sail by  auction on Ttuaday afternoon next at  8 o'clock, all tho heuaahold furnituro  and tffacu at hia reoldanca on Victoria  ava.  ; Etarykhing goos without raeervo,  3. A. Stawart, luapaotorof the North  British tixid Hereantila Iuauranca Co.,  of Montraal, paid a visit to Oroaton thia  v**ik.' IftwasSSr. Stcwart'o firs* rl������it  ��������� to tlM'Kootenay distriot and he waa  ttf������&>imvttmri with ihe futuro of  Oretton.  Maadatrata Johnaoo. on Wednesday  last aworo In O. P. Hall aa a ipeolal  ProrvinoUdOonatablatoMtln the abaenco  of Provincial Oonatable Janaan from  town, who haa gone to Now Weatmina*  atorwitb an ifuana prlaonet.  Mr. A. Okell, official laauar of mair*  iaga lloanaaa, aaya that unless tha young  pooplo of Orsaton gat a movo on them>  waives ho will pwunUoaily.hav* to go out  ���������f baudmeas, aa tt la now aevanl mont^a  tilnoe ho uwud one of these important  ,d*l mMj^mm ahs aula A m  Mr. nnd Mrs. Jeasa Bell and family  ���������will leave on Wednesday next fr������r Cldji-  Tbnnj, Alta., where Mr. Bell will look  sifter hie brotfaev's ranch of atvttml hnn������  MtiwUlj' UmU������2 te asclAJ eirda.   Thvy  ' %f pnttil^ ajietlon eat TiMMiday new.  demand, to purchase wherever tbey can      wui eitner jwuv w  ���������������  ,.  be gotten, and of every sort of breed and '������������������������������' ������f developed orchard,;, with ;five-  wo guvwjjjwmu* wvo*jr ������������������������������ ������* ������������������������������. roomed modern bungidow and 8% acres  variety; and except the greatest care is of good fruit laud ���������For further par-  token this may be fruitful of muoh f u *Un,M" atlt)lT to J*3  turo trouble in the rearing of the young  and their future excellence  Roupy birds have, at this timo of the  year, been introduced with their dreadful disease lingering in their system, and  though no visible sign of it, the germs  are still present and ready to do damage  to the flock into whioh they are .introduced.   In moat overy oase it can be de*  tooted by a rathor unpleasant performance, namely, open the hill of the bird,  and by getting e smell of her breath.   If  any trouble, tho foul odor will be  there  to a more or lesB extent.   For my port,  I believe lt seldom leaves them completely and have always mado it a practice of  getting rid of a bird at first sign of sickness.  Scaly feet ii also very common in this  olais of stook gathered from everywhere,  and a Hcaly-logged hen must never bo  need aa a sitter or brood hen, for she  will Invariably give this foul trouble to  the wholo of the brood, for it is oasily  transmitted, as tho sonic mite will Innvo  tho feet of the mother hen for thoso of  the ohlokenn, and I hove aeon chickens  a fow mouths old infocted with tho disease, lt being communloated to thom by  the mother hen.   It isuaeleis to try and  ouro this diHOUbO at this time, for if tho  commonly used remedies such an ointment of onn kind or another Is usod, it  will simply ruin tho ogp-s for hatohiup;  by the hens smearing thom with it.  Avoid a hen that Is filthy In hor habits,  Oomo hens are naturally filthy; thoy will  dirty the neat without nny reason for doing so, which wiil impair If not ruin tho  whole clutch.  It wonld bo woll, a fow days before  Shis? ft hen ejjjj*, tn givo her n pood  dmatlog with Insect powder aud do this  often, so that as far ns It Is pOHslblo, to  free her of lice. A hen swarming with  lice ts apt to make an unsteady sitter,  and sematlmet lt is the oause of a lion  leaving har neat,   Select some seoludodj  OI    gOOCl  iruiu   itiuu���������������-w-   tioulara apply to J. Darbyshire, Oreston,  B.O.'  FOR-SALE���������-The furniture and contents of the boarding-house at Sirdar,  oonsioting of 28 rooms, bedroom sets  also kitohen aud sittiug room furniture.  For further particulars apply to the  "Review."  FOR SALE���������At a snap, a business  property in OreBton; ideally situated in  the heart of the business Bbotion. Ic  cousistBofa large store building, two  storeys, and three town lots; can be had  now for $1,860. In two years will bo  worth double that amount. For further  particulars apply at tho Review oilica.  STRAWBERRY PLANTS  I have propagated for sale, undor favorable conditions, for tho first time, R.  M. Kellogg Co.'s 1009 strain of thorough  I brod pedigree strawberry plants.   Sena*  I'fcjr Dunlops, $10.00 por thousand, f ,o.b.,  Wynndel, B.O.  Oan also supply from 85 to 100 plants  to oaoh customer at 2a. per plant, post or  express prepaid, of tho following varieties:  CfAicfc, WkrefUtd, Ptrson *Beauh,  Beidler, Bedemuood, CUrk Seedling, Pride  of Mlchlgtm, Thompson No, 2, Lady  Tfiompson, Steven's Lite Ch *mpion. Car-  dlntt, Virginia,, and Longfellow.  I advise experimenting with a fow of  these plantu iu your garden.  O. J. WIGEN, Oroaton, B.O.  THE  ^���������WMMMBMrtKa-BtfOAP '  WM. TAYLOR, Manager  place for the nest whore she is not likely  to. bo bothered by othor poultry, theii  let her fluish hor work. Iu fixing up hor  neat, raiko it roomy so that she oan  move tho eggs around If sho desires,  without breaking thom. At night, plnoe  her on tho noRt with an egg or two, and  if nlUa woll, tako this op*g away and givo  her tbe whole setting. Koop away from  tho nest as much w pntislblo, lira good  brood lion knows hor business; at laast,  I thluk Bho doos.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Services Noxt Sunday*  Presbyterian Church  Servlooswlllho hold In the Pr������Bhy-  torian Ohurah on Sunday next.   Morn-  uFservice, 11 a.m.;   Bveii ug  service,  7.80 p.m.   Sunday sohool at S.U0 p.m.  T. G. MoLkod, Pastor.  Mothodlst Clmrcli  Services on Sunday next s MntnlnBI at  lta.m.; Sunday Sohool, ot 3,80 p.m.,  Evening Servioe, 7.U0 p.m.   , ,,���������  Adult Biblo Olass, 8.00 to 4.U0 p.m.  F J mrrnnnwrnui pastor  Chnroh of England  Qet'The |  Ifarmers' Home.|  I  Journal  A Whole year  SM*^^A ^^^V4S ^**ajW A  For Ten Cents  Henrt n rtlm** or ton ������������r������ntj������ toilny ������u*d  only pnpor m tlm world prmtort ON  THiflVAKM.  Tlio only piipor In Ui������"  world oilltoil by a mini wlio In In cmv  iiliint touoli with tlio work bo tnlUn  .Yoii'know tlmro In monoy In poultry  bnt Mm ovorytlilnK ninn, lt'������U������������ Itnow-  Inif How whloli U tlio kny to Niio<*ai*-|.  Ourpnpnrwill tull you bow.yon can  mt oincH for luitcliinir tlollvoroil to yonr  Srtrtromi Kltli'lO, Iiow to luUnli tno oiilnk-  one and bow lo rulwu tliuui, Tlmt'it  nrftnlloiillynli(>wli������K yon how you 01111  nMwIly innuomotioy. ���������  ;  HOIKlH HUM lliFllU 1 ml ity iuul   bucouitt i\  Divine Service lu the NEW SOHOOL*  HOUSE:���������Servloeu, Sumlay Mav 80th  (3nd Sunday after Pontooostls Matins  and Sermon, 11 a.m.; Sunday school iu  EJcbwlV-cnM; Ev*n������on������ and Sermon,  7.00 p.m.  VcSuliir swbeoPlbiir uml make monoy  0 wn������n0wVi?l.ig iikiwu������ mention the f  ItHVtHWand luRli-OMNyourwubtKii'lpthm  *  The Parmer*' Homo Journal    I  C'fTA.'TirAll, Oft*., tlAWAUA. ���������  1 J^j *,.- ^^^^^���������������������������^���������������������������^wmnm*!  By nabbing one of tlieae Lots  Befire tha Spring rush iSyOn  39 Lots .in Block 8, Schofield Avcnuer v itt y tfe������  ���������  Townsite of Crestott;   These Lots are thi^ tegUr  latibd size and can be had now at ^8ij;;���������ttcli^    ;  Terms���������.$35 Cash and $10 per month, with  interest at the rate of 6 per cent, pet annum' on  deferred payments.   These���������'������������������lipta^v,';are^;;.aU'^:liigli'.'  and dry, and in six luouthai���������vwilV-;bp;������elUng'a\t  $125.   Look into thin prppo^itiou lat on^  Call and inspect "our [Ml'dfiFfuit Lznds  in BlocksI of f^^ t to 640 acres  ju.q,ji.i'jiv,-ji,j.������iJ,ri'i.jLTi-i i" 11 ni- in��������� 'ir1  "���������������������������.������������������������������������������������������ - ���������-....;��������� :,..  Buy Hdwaiid profit by the Spring Ruth  List your property with us.    We can sell it  Ftit|iimMJuU|  wtmmmtm  Creston Land Co.  ���������    ���������  , Messrs* Johnson "AND' Sckwon  ' ���������������������������������������������������������������)��������� ^������������������������������������IMNM^  '~".%M������*?imi!,������^rjii������vi,w������������"������'������**,'wm*'M**  *-*������.w.^*HV'*rt/lV*" ������''*-V,������*-'  ..*.-������*,������ .ji-%1 ^w-'iefMe^v^^W^Vfi*''*'*'


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