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 v%������������������������������u?������i������,ti''  I:  Ail . the News  ; ������I the  Creston ���������  District  m^#^:z?mmg?$&tfft .. .   ..  ���������Ml^v.^rifl-iflA"  ���������������������������<L-.JtJXX::  m  I  Jiast. an  ;J3*  I  :WSM*  ������ *v*ctw*^-Wfl'/^^s^W);3,ff5;  LV!  10  MX?  Address rsr  $2.0������ a ������r  J*  I*  p  P.  No 2     3R������ Year.  CRESTON, B.C:, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19,  1910  Single Cofusq 3C  I  1IU vv  is in their Wearing Value  THE : : :  CAMPBELL  GLGi uuvu  UTKTf  rtk  is a real guarantee that your Clothes���������in fit, style  and wear���������will be worth every cent, and more, than  the price at which they are sold to you.  fVMDlT  CAillDI  See  Of*  VH^-l  new stock of Men's Negligee Shirts  From $1.00 to $1.50 each  ������< 1 ii.-r.na  General  Merchant  PEE  Creston,  B.C   Phone No. 52  <Bibte Class Social  Rich Strike at Summit  Creek  On Creston''s Marts Claim  The Mercantile Hall was the scene of  an enjoyable social gathering when the  International Bible Glass gave a musical  and ice oream party.   The first part of  the evening was devoted to music, and  the refreshments were kept iu the background until the   program  was   over.  After a considerable   delay,   caused  by  failure of the lights, Mr. Broderick took  ihe chair and the proceedings opened  ���������with a pianoforte duet by Mrs. Darby-  ehire and Miss M. Moore.     After  the  applause 'had subsided,   the  chairman  called, upon Mr. B. O. Gibbs,^ who gave  an artistic -rendering 'of  that, favorite  ��������� baritone songV.8-'Anchored." Miss Johnson was the accompanist.   Several other  items, including violin selections by Miss  . S^obnjcX^^v^o^i Old^ Sweet  Song," by Mrs,Rose and chorus,' duet',  ' "What are the Wild Waves Saying,"  rendered with fine expression by Miss  M. Johnson and Mr. W. Taylor, and a  recitation hy Kev. s Greenlee completed  ihe balance cf ths entertainment.  The refreshments were a tremendous  success, tho ice oream partioulariv being  in big demand/ ThiB was where the  boys and girls did themselves well. A  certain gentleman, with his month full  of cream, was heard to stutter, "I love  classical music, but oh, you ioe cream."  The caudy department did a big business, and Mr. MoBean was kept busy  - handing ont the change.  The proceedings closed with the singing of the National Anthem. The entertainment realised a nice sum to help  towards tho provision of a pulpit in the  \ Presbyterian ohuroh. Every one present had an enjoyable time.  WANTED���������At once, Bu8h Foreman,  thoroughly uoquainted with building and  ,opervtiug timbur shutes (dry), References needed ns to former experience.  State wagoB. Good pvospeotB for steady  experienced man.���������Apply Lumber Syndicate, Pentioton, B. O,  Oil finish window shades, standard  size, ODc���������0. O. S.  Alf. Oockrill came down from the  Echo-Sunrise group of mineral claims  on Summit Creek on Sunday last and  stayed over at Oreston for a day before  proceeding tb Nelson on business. The  Summit Creek properties aud also the  Sheep Creek mines are at the present  time the most talked of in mining circles throughout the interior of the province, and therefore any authentic inside  information from, men on the ground  should be of interest to our readers.  1  Mr. Cockiill savs they are now working double shift on the Echo-Sunrise  claims^ and that some high-grade ore is  being taken out.' Last Tuesday a new  lead.waBjuQcbvered and all at the camp  are feeling-very jubilant over the matter.  ��������� tne j^oSMiv^rorfe. is -of -an "exploratory-  nature*- but a number of miners are constantly employed in driving a tunnel to  get at the xich values at depth.  A good strike was made by a Creston  man at the Goo-Goo mineral claim last  week. This property is owned by Mr.  JaB. Long, and is situated near the Echo-  Sunrise group ou the north fork of Summit Creek. Mr. Long was doing assessment work when he uncovered a three-  ��������� t  foot ledge of gangue matter, which carries, according to an assay made a few  days ago, $150 gold. Mr. Long will nt  onoe proceed to explore the vein at depth  and will drive a crossout 50 feet below  the surface showings. Already the vein  hns been traced for over 800 feet aoross  the Goo-Goo. We congratulate Mr.  Long on his good luck,  Mr. Oookrill was in town ou Monday  and submitted some of his specimens to  looal mining experts, who consider them  to bo something vory much out of the  ordinary. J  f ������������������������������������������������������)������)'������ *������*������������<������*������������>*������������*������������������*������*������������^������<������  ��������� IMPORTANT NOTICE Z  %. The Celebration Committee will %  2 meet in the Mercantile Hall on J  0> Tuesday next,  August 23rd, at 9  *  t* p.m.   All promised subscriptions %  . to be handed in to the" President,  ���������,  * W. H. Crawford, on or before <$>  S Thursday nest, August 35tfc.            ������  Branch of The Canadian  .Bible Society Formed  On Thursday, August 11, at 8 p.m., a  union public meeting' was held in the  Presbyterian church, for the purpose of  forming a branch of the Canadian Bible  Society. Rev. P. J. Rutherford was  appointed chairman. ^Xhere were with  him on the platform Revs. P. C. Hayman  ORES ION * FRUIT ~ WILL    FORM  PART   OP   JOINT   EXHIBIT  AT  VANCOUVER   AND  OTHER SHOWS  A well attended emergency meeting  fit the Creston Board of Trade was held  in Speers* hall on Saturday evening last  at 9 o'clock, to receive and consider the  report of Delegate B. S. Be^an, of the  proceedings of the Kootenay joint exhibit convention^  Mr. Bevan first submitted a plan of  the proposed exhibit, which gave particulars of the position each district  would have in the joint display, aud  then proceeded to report as follows:  , "I went to Nelson Monday. We were  supposed to meet Tuesday at .10 a.m.,  but the Kaslo boat is a little later than  that time, and we got down to business  at 10 80 a.m. After the question as to  the joint exhibit'had been decided in the  affirmative, the * matter of a suitable  man to take charge of same in Vancouver was discussed. By a unanimous  vote Mr. Cockle, of Kaslo, was elected  ns whole-time delegate to take entire  charge of the selecting, packing and  demonstrating of the exhibit, he to  accompany same to Vancouver. Mr.  Cockle is oue of the best packers and  demonstrators of fruit in the province  and the "very bes". man available for this  position. ��������� <  "Ten thousand pamphlets are to be  got out, two pages of which will be  allotted to each of the sections making  np the exhibit.   With the exhibits will  ���������*" * **       i  be staged a collection of cups," prize cards}  erton was appointed as collector to secure  subscriptions towards defraying the  $200 portion of expenses allotted to Crestou, and a further motion was carried  that the names and addresses of all subscribers, with the amounts given, be  published in the Review.  Messrs. Okell and Reid were appointed a committee of two to write up the  two pages with striking facts about  Creston and to secure a suitable photo  from which a cut could be prepared, emblematic of the resources and products  of the districts.  The question of an exhibit at Cran-  .brook fair was brought up by a letter  from tbe secretary at Oranbrook. It  was decided Creston would exhibit, and  Messrs. Jackson, Dupery, Arrowsmith,  Compton, Dow, Cook and Brown were  were named as gentlemen to be requested  to take the matter in hand, all of these  being fruit experts and interested in the  district and its welfare.  The secretaji'y was instructed to give  what assistance was required, in the  name of ther Board of Trade, to help the  Labor Day celebration in.securing train  accommodation. The meeting adjourned  at 11 p.m.  Celebration Promises to be  Great Success  &Tirf. I   T* C^rrpfinlfiQ  After'opening'devotional  exercises, |^d "ophies won in\ttorj^by,the  the-chairman introduced Rev. S. Kno4Koot!nay exhibits at various i'no^and  Wright, B.D., B  the Canadian Bible  Society,  who gave  Tho timo for the payment of taxes is  with ub onco more, aud friends of Guy  Lowenberg who woro wont to greet bim  with a sunny smile aro now greeting  liim with an nxo,  an address, setting forth the aims and  operations of the Bible Society throughout the world, in Canada, and more  particularly in the province of -British  Columbia.  It was agreed that a branch Bible Society be formed in Oreston. The model  constitution for branches was read 'and  adopted. It wub agreed that the presi-,.  dent and three vice-presidents be a committee on colportage. It was further  agreed that meetings be held on the lirst  Wednesday of eaoh month at 8 p.m.  On motion of Rev. P. O* Hayman, seconded by J. J. Greenlee, a hearty vote  of thanks was tendered to the distriot  seoretary for hiB visit and address. Mr.  Wright responded in a few words, thanking the people of Creston for thoir cordial welcome and interest manifestod-in  the work/ He reported that a subscription list had been formed, amounting to  $53.25. A collection was taken, amounting to $3,00.  "The total expense of sending the exhibit to Vancouver, paying the charges  of the delegate in charge, / and the re-  packers, and paying for tihe exhibits, is  estimated to be $1,500, which was allocated as follows: Nakusp, $200; Rossland, $200; Creston, $200; Kaslo, $200;  Nelson, $500; Trail, $160; New Denver,  $50.  "The prizes open to be won are very  valuable, inolnding one in cash of  $2,000. Private exhibitors will be  allowed to ship an exhibit on making the  necessary arrangements with Mr. Cookie,  who will be round the districts ' iu good  ALL COMMITTEES REPORT GOOD  PROGRESS���������ORANBROOK  BAND ENGAGED  Creston wili celebrate and will celebrate right. The meeting on /Thursday  night was full of encouragement. The  baseball committee reported that a game  was arranged between Cranbrook and  Moyie. The collection committee reported that $500 was in sight. The  grounds are being fixed up, Cranbrook  band is to be engaged, and the transportation, sports and other committees  all report progress All subscriptions  promised are requested to be paid in to  the president, W. H. Crawford, ou the  25th August, and the committee will  meet at 9 p.m. in the Mercantile Hall,  on Tuesday, August 33rd, to make final  program arrangements. ,    -  <  Look out for the big posters and full  program in a few days^ ,. Hurrah for  Creston Labor Day celebration t is the  'watchword which **all "citizens '-axe ex-  pected to whisper to their friends and  boost in their spare moments.-    ,  Itnson Company Coming  On Monday, Tuesday, .and Wednesday, August 22, 23, and 24, Creston is to  be favored with a visit by a flrst-olaBs  vaudeville and dramatic act, in the shape  of the Burt Imson Company, who will  show in tlie Mercantile Hall for three  nights. This company is travelling in  their own cars and their show is Baid to  bo the best ever on the road in the west.  They are on the way to play at tho big  Alberta fairs, and will break tho journey here to give the peoplo of' Creston  time to make all necessary arrangements | on opportunity of seeing a good show at  before he makes a final trip to collect  i  and pack the fruit. It is proposed to  show the exhibit as an advertising  schemes at Spokane and Chicago apple  shows.."  Mr. Bovan's report was accepted and  ho was congratulated byv the mooting  for the able manner in which he had  discharged bis dutios and the general  a reasonable price.  Sirdar Notes  Messrs! Morris and McDermott left for  a few days hunting and fishing last Friday. They rowed as far as Sanca, where  they went into camp.  All the villagers are pleased to see  Tom Caven, M.P.P. for Oranbrook, bock  on the passenger run again. Mr. Caven  is the only member of parliament in the  legislature who "wears a conductor's cap.  Bob Bedingfield is of the opinion, thac  there is a big demand for genuine Yarmouth bloaters in the railway aaetropo-  lis, and he will shortly experiment with  them in Duck lake.  Baden Powell passed through last  Wednesday week, and a large number  of sightseers turned out to gaze upon the  features of this famous South African  hero. There is a report current tbat he  magnanimously tipped the colored porter in charge of the Pullman.  The trail to the Mannerino orchari is  now a well-worn one. Thia ore-sard,  comprises some 63 acres, about 35 of  which are under cultivation. About  half an acre of grapes are now ripening  on the vines, which give evidence of the  adaptability of the soil and the climate  in this spot for that luscious fruit. All  visitors to Sirdar take in the Mannerino /  orchard, where the apple, pear, plum,  apricot and peach trees are now iicerajiy  groaning under the weight of frnit.  The dining cais of the O. P. R.,  travelling on the Crows' Nest branch, are  this  week   decorated with fruit from  Santo PascuzK's ranch, and are the wonder of all passengers.   Mr. Pascuzz has -  done considerable work on hia ranoh,  having brought it to its present state of  perfection  from   stony   ground.     The  stones have  all   been   collected   and  arranged in a series of terraces, upon  which are produced the finest kind of  grapes, tomatoes, cantaloupes and other  delicious fruit that grows so prolific in  sunny Italy.  Tour correspondent laat Friday t visited  the ranches of P. Oherbo, P. Lombardo  and J. Teto, and it was pleasant to note  the improvements made upon their holdings since his visit a year ago. Mr. Teto  owns about 52 aores, about five of which  are under cultivation.   Hia place is an  example of what can be  done by  one  man single-handed.. The trees are all in  first-class condition/the fruit, which is  yery prpUflc,,is entirely feeeT. from ,funcus, and the 'small fruits and vegetables  will rank more than favorablyy with*any -  in the interior of the province. -��������� -   ' -Xy'-,  Messrs.   Oherbo and Lombardo "are  both making a specialty"of gi*ound fruits^  and vegetables, and in   this* they are '.  making a great success.   We were told^  that most of the seed which yields the  crops  here are  obtained from Sunny  Italy, aud the result is certainly on eve-  opener to all who visit those ranches.  One plant that apparently  flourishes -  there is called an Italian "gigorez" and  appears to the unitiated to be a mixture  between a bean and a pea.    They ore  certainly ohoice eating, to whioh your  oorrsBpondent oan testify.   We also secured some excellent pumpkins from  Mr. Lombardo's ranch, and these* are  now on show in the Board  cabinet on tho Oreston depot.  Bfl^^^^B*^B^BV^B^BVJB^aVj**B*ta*afa?a'B*M  KLwBSDbTBK  Creston Lumber  Manufacturing Co. Ltd.  Complete    Stock;   of  :v .::'i*^UQ'H\V7ana7'':A:A:'"Vv  DRESSED  LUMBER  Tho following oflloera and members of J satisfactory result of tho convention,  oommittee woro eleoted, viz.: President, 1 On a unanimous motion Mr, J. J. Ath-  W. A. MoBoan; Vioo-Presidonts, Revs.  P. O. Hayman,' F, J. Ruthorford, J. J.  Groenleo; Soorotary, MIbb J, Camoron;  Treasurer, H. Taylor;' Committee (Anglican), Mrs. J, Cook, Mrs. Hayman,  Mr. John Bainos; (Methodist), Mr. W.  Miller, Mrs. H. Dickson, Mrs. T. M.  Edmondson; (Presbyterian), Mr. G.  Broderick, Mr, S. A. Mooro, Mrs, A. L,  Oam6ron.  Tho mooting was closed with tho singing of tho Doxology, Rev. P. 0. Haymnu  pronouncing the Benediction.  .*  Government Crop Report  The following extract from the letter  of a Croston resident, now in Winnipeg,  may bo of interest: '*Theso towns nro,  not .too bad, but they have not got tbe  climate and favorable surroundings of  Crouton. In Winnipeg the horsea on  the streets are wearing straw hats to  proteot them from tho fierceness of the  sun, and tho pooplo arc drinking alkali  water and trying to look as though thoy  liked It."  Mr. Cowan, tho popular foreman 'of  tho Vale Columbia, is in Nelnon hospital  Buffering from appondioitis, We all wish  bim a speedy recovery. Mr. Cowan  ought to bo prond of bis nristooratio  complaint; Royalties of Europo did not  difldain to suffer, and the editor of tho  Review noarly had it once.  Men's balbrigan  8uit.~-0.0. S  underwear, 75. per  Shoes For The Family \       n^ni,,..,,. III. mil..   ���������    Nil   I   I      I  __.LJL!!i_J-LJJ!_lJLAJ L^Jjgg ^  'Prompt Mtentiqn Satisfaction Guaranteed  Lei vs:Figure wUhyouon that Building  <P.O<BOX24<>  CRESTOU. B.C  Tho averngo condition of spriug whont  is 77 for I0l0tp8-l,o7fpr/ii)00; and of  onts'70.57 to 87.78 for iill Canada, which  in -mbatantlally lower' than th** ftvornpros  for the Eniit. In tlio throo Northwest j  provinoea the condition of spring wheat  1h 08, rif oats 08 03, and of barley ������'.l,00.  Tho cnttranted, yield of fall wheat in  ,the country is 18,784,000 Imsbols, boing  1)0 47 'bushels' per aoro. The hay ami  olovor orop is estimated at 15,400,000  touH, or i.bO tons por aoro, and of alfalfa  1.98 tons per ricre,  AnoiiiiaLO Bum1  We Handle tho Celebrated  WALK-OVER, SLATER  I'tSSSBiSi  m AMHERST SHOES  For   Mm,    Women   and   Children  wm  I  sasal  ii  liili  -������',i  ���������fS'iv.W'  .-liv-'.W'������a,'ir..  YSy'SS'v,  Also Good Serviceable Shoes  and Oxfords for the  Oirls and Boy*  FOR RENT���������Oonfeotlonory and ioo  oroam parlor lyltvlng roani* ������1 te,'fi  | Creston Mercantile  "V*" *���������%������- ... ,*������LY_       -_  t  Plione No. 50  waa,       #13%      i^SSjIi     ���������ja'aHk     a*SSJI|������  **j^^^t' tk^t' 1^^^    ^^,  V  i...iu.^iiJi.'..'.A';.i1!...'Mi...ii..jL.:  uJiuUjuiUicL 7-A-X''h^-^Z^  THE   CRESTON.   B.di'^-ia^f^^  The present style of dress makes it  possible, indeed obligatory, to have an  unusual number of outside garments or  separate wraps, and not only is there  a jacket for the simple street costume  but also afternoon  and evening wraps  blanket coats���������these are all to be found  ready made, and the private tailors have  never had so many orders as this season.  Black and white plaids, not small checks,  trimmed with black satin facings and  gilt buttons, are smart, but the more  conservative taste selects the light tan  vicuna .cloth /without any trimming.  Even raincoats are made becoming, and  while light enough in weight to wear,  over an inside coat, have sufficient  warmth to be wcra over a light gowii.  All the cravehetted materials are really  waterproof and yet can be made both  becoming   and   smart   for   the   purpose  out  aiso wveniooii  uuu ������.������uE  ,V40*'0 . for which Jhey are manufactured���������as a  galore. Discussed and rediscussed is the   .protection from wind and weather.  question of the length of the coat.  Shall it be long or short, tight or loose,  simple of elaborate? And, alas! ao definite, conclusion Is arrived at, so that  after ordering a long, ioos^ coat iV is  to say the least disconoerting to be  told that the 'short and much move  tightly fitting jacket is far the smartest of all. There being no rule com-'  manding all gowns made alike, it is  perhaps a wise plan to have the different styles for the different costumes,  but there are many women who prefer  to keep to a certain style, in all thoir  gowns and do not care for the variety,  and they make objections to this somewhat involved state of affairs. On the  other hand, tho woman who delights ia  always being in most up to date gowns  enjoys the contrasts she is able to obtain by being one day gowned ;n one  style and another day in another.  The long, all enveloping cloaks and  mantles, for the old fashioned word  mantle is once again heard in the land,  are most graceful and generally becoming. The lines are tbe same whether  the garment is intended for afternoon  ���������or evening wear, but tie evoning wraps  are wider and longer. It requires &  good figure and a knowledge of how to  etand well to wear some of the most voluminous of these, wraps, hut so becoming are they when correctly worn that  it seems strange that every woman in.  the world does not at'onoe go into  training to make tlra wearing of them  possible. There is no hard and fast rule  as to what material shall be chosen.  Satin���������Liberty satin���������is. fashionable*  but soft finish cloth or silk, chiffon,  net and lace one and all are in style,.  so that there is practically unlimited  choice in material as well as color.  Wide,   Full   Cloaks.  It seems strangely paradoxical that in  these days of exaggeratedly scant skirts  and with every effort made to look as  slight as possible, this fashion of wide,  full cloaks should have gained ground.  It may be in anticipation of the full,  wide skirts that are predicted for next  season; but it is certainly not according  to the usual order of events, and o?a  only be explainedV by the theory that  Dame Fashion is determined the conspicuous and incongruous shall be accepted  by her followers. Could there be anything more incongruous than one of the  newest, the really, truly newest, of models for an evening wrap or mantle  made of unlined pleated chiffon in the  most fascinating shade of brown and  trimmed with a, deep band of sable? Fur  in summer always seems like an attempt to be original, and a -wish to be  conspicuous, but it should be remembered that fashions are not designed  just for one country only; where in  winter the heaviest of outer garments  are worn and in summer th������ lightest  possible, but for a climate that permits  of the wearing of fur all the year, so  that chiffon and fur combined are not  so incongruous. Marabout and ostrich  feahers are even newer as rimming for  chiffon cloaks and are in great demand.  Much attention is paid to the fit over  the shoulders of all mantles, and it is  the modiste's task so to arrange that  across the shoulders the garment shall  fit to perfection and then below the  shoulders fall loose and wide, measuring  yards in circumference. An effective and  ���������popular trimming that helps to emphasize good lines is velvet ribbon, preferably black. There is no fixed rule oa  to the quantity to be used, but it should  lie remembered that the lines must be  kept long, otherwise a thick, clumsy look  will lie given that will quite spoil the  most graceful cloak ever designed.   All  Cloth cloaks are not for the moment;  so smart as the satin, but a cheap, good  quality of satin is not to be compared  with a cloth of the same price, so for  the woman who must count pennies liiiist  the Warning be given to buy carefully.  All the leading shops display a.remarkable assortment of satin cloaks and there  Vare always to be discovered some bargains among them, but a striking color  and good lines hide serious defects and  money is of ten literally thrown away/in  V the purchase of an effective satin cape  that after been Worn two or three tinies  will look hopelessly shabby.  A. T. Ashmore.y  HAT  LINES.  ���������: They're important.  One should  'preserve   them.  Of yore "itwas all one's figure.  Tlie" lines ������*" -coat s.nd dr.es*". were **it.*'  .Now the hat Has eoaae into its very  own. VV-y-  "Don't load it with trimming���������"yem  spoil tbe line.''  Many an immense hat shows but; a  bow or a feather.   A .'X  ��������� ��������� YyX','".'  As for the small flower pot'and ittush-  room iiiils, a. bit -of. velvet swuiYd fancy  feather suffice.  MANY   BEAUTIFUL  EVENING   CLOAKS.  Colors and Fabrics VWhich Enter Into  the Making of Pretty Models.  AH -manner -of eiev-or c:oiii .'"evening'  .wraps appear." Cape-like affairs; yshovy  liie lied-in effiec-ta, tiiough plenty of .���������mod-,'  t*io in iove:yAcoior*ngs \lo m-'t,' iiem-Artc-  ab:e alike ior the beauty of their coloring;'and tke'artistic charm of their design are the elaborate new evening mantles now Ik* ing shown are of the most  fascinating description.- Although these  medei mantles jave been produced in  color.-they can, of course, be'carried out:  entirely in black or hi black and white.  In  Fuchsia Color.  One original model is carried out in  vivid fuchsia colorings, lie mantle itself  being of rich corded silk in a deep shade,  of fuchsia pink*, while tlie broad band of  silk embroidery' which outlines the upper  part of the cloak is, worked in beautiful  cones of fuchsia purple on a filet laco  background in the same lovely shade.  This silk embroidery is bordered everywhere with a. double row of flat uncurled  ostrich feather trimming in the same  tone of fuchsia purple. Long flowing  draperies of silk are arranged in front,  bordered with the same feather trimming, while the front of the cloak is also  draped with a scarf of the pink corded  silk, lined with purple; 'satin, and weighted with very heavy gold tassels. This  scarf is lightly knotted at the waist,  and finished with long ends, which reach  to the hem of the skirt. This cloak  would be lovely in black soft eatin, with  black silk embroiderias and the tassels  in jet.  In   Pale  Gray.  An evening coat in pale grey and silver brocade affords a striking contrast  to the Oriental gorgeousness of this  wrap. This coat is carried, out on lines  of severe simplicity, and finished with,  a -handsome collar and wide revers and  cuffs of pale Dresden-blue satin, edged  with silver braid. Tapestry brocades,  sofMy finished and woven witli exceedingly delicate tints, are being used by  oome for the smartest of their evening  coats. One of these is chosen in a very  picturesque design, with floral stripes on  a pule gink and green background, into  SHE'S   RIGHT   uP-TO-DATE���������THlS   FRETTY   PARISIAN.  This saucy little Frencli girl is clad in the very- latest style. Her  broad hat cf white chip is faced with black satin-and crowned withy a  fluffy, feathered'Aaigre't^and.-Ashe's wise enough to knowAjust how well this  background sets off her pretty hair a nd face.     V  A Her gown of soft silk has Athe f ashionableV low"V ciit, neckY the sniart  little flat satinirose oh the left front her bodiCei the popular close-  fitting crushed girdle, the alvvays be coming chemiset and cuff of diainty  white muslin, and tlie very V ugly t ight skirt, in which-it is almost impossible to walk  graceMlly-y Never thele^  touches���������this  saucy   littleyy French. ;g iri���������so   she   includes   the   ugly   tight  and narrow skirt..'   ���������^X'X'AxXX-Ayyyx    ,yY:yy:Yyy.;YyYAyV-yy Yy ^yV'VyvVy V'V'V/  shape into a flat bow in centre of front,  beneath an outspreading tuft: of iridescent Svings of the heron.X-..',Vy..,-.'..., yy.  HAIR   WASHING.  '"': Here are sonie tips. V  "Waili it every two weeks.  ''���������'.Once-a month does for some.y  Dry shampoos come once a week.  Coarse coriimeal isytbe best dry sham-;  POO. '��������� '    y  y  ; One-third powdered orris    root    im-'  proves the ���������cornmeal.   y   V,;    '."XX;  A good shampoo consists of a small  cake of soap melted in twice the amount  of water, together with a pinch of borax  and a dash of cologne.;     .��������������������������������������������� '.;  PAISLEY HERE IN  REAL ESTATE.  colors  are  fashionable  for  these man- j wliich   threads   of  oxidized   silver   aro  ties, and black lined with color is most   lightly 'woven.   Tliis coat is lined with  popular. White, strange to say, is the  least in favor, although there are some  attractive mantles in white, lined with  a pule shade, that will look charming  with wliite or light colored chiffon or  satin evening gown.  Evening Wraps of Satin.  The evening wraps of satin arc almost  Identically the same as the others, only  if intended wholly for evening they can  be moro elaborately trimmed.   Gold and  silver braiding looks decidedly incongruous with any wrap worn in -the daytime.  A most effective and becoming evening  wrap that has graceful lines is in deep  crimson satin, with an embroidered design in gold covering the   entire cloak.  The  same  pattern can be  tiikcn  aft  a  foundation,  with   the   embroidery   only  around the top and down the fronts, and  if economy hnd to be faced, then the embroidery only around the. nock ia suffl-  dent, and big tussels or a flat ornament  will finish off the embroidery when the  clonk  is  fastened.    A delightfully luxurious tnueh is to Vx> untlecd iu the oont.  ly wraps.    Over    the satin lining is a  lining of chiffon.   This is not new this  season, but has gained in favor with the  craze  that  In  ho  widespread  for veiled  effects.    It is  contended  that the par*  ment is muoh more easily put on injd  taken off when there is this chiffon lin-  intr, hut ns there nre no sleeves, and. as  hns lieen snid, the wider and looser the  cloak the more in style It Is, this point  can hurdly lift used In its defenee.   Hut  It is nm* of Uuisu ������ulitle and fascinating  fnds that are* so dear to the heart of a  woman, and which give her the serene  con������eiou*ness nnd consequent poise thnt  only the.  knowledge  of l������"lrig perfectly  turned out enn ever bestow.  The wonderful udv-inc* in dres*" is  shown In the simpler Htyh>n more than In  nnvthin^ else. The looke motor coat,  llffiit, or henvv. Is a wonderful garment,  while the so-called travelling or tourist,  com. Is no lontrer ugly, situ poles* ami ������g-  prem.ivoly unbecoming, but is often one  of tlie most becoming article* of elfilli-  lm,'. To be wnrm nnd light l*. demanded  of the travelling <������>iil, and the materials now provniisi inr the pui(������������������v" ������������*���������  t-a.itf.ly fulfil tho"* r<"\\tW+tr>������n*������ ViMinft  cloth, ennts that look like Teddy Bears,  ���������soft, wide wale serp;e, nil aorta of cliev  vieux-rose satin, and fastened with but  tons nnd loops of plaited oxidized silver  braid. An attractive and original feature of this delightful wrap is a large in-  hide pocket, made in the same vieux-  rose satin ns the lin'mtr, and outlined  with oxidized silver braid.  In  Soft  Moire.  Another very lovely coat is made iu  the new soft moire, shosen in an uncommon but very attractive shade of pnlo  chestnut brown. Thu sleeves . of thia  blown moire coat nro of jmle green tap-  entry brocade, patterned lightly with  flowers in. vioiix-rose and p;ii������ gold colorings. The same lovely broendo i* used  also to make tho collur of this very distinguished coat, \vhi!c tho lininiTls of  leaf.green satin.  These   Quaint  Old  Shawls,   If   Fine,  Are   a   Most V Decided   Asset.  There is a great revival in Paisley  patterns thiB spring/Touches of rais-  ley patterned silk are used in the new  neckwear, Paisley patterned blouses arc  being worn'under a veiling of ninon in  shades of soft smoke gray or black, and  spring and  early  summer  dresses are  beinig made of Paisley shantung,yonc of  the season's newest materials. A ������������������-  Paisley shantung is very wide,yandthe  pattern is printed in quaint old-fashioned colorings in;������������������ an.', ali-oyer effect. - The  natural color of the shantung shows up  in faint lines here and'". there between  the colored scrolls of. theVPaisley design;'.  In soft tones of faded pink, dull;blue  and green, or in autumn red; and;brown,  the Paisley shantung is most effective  and makes up well into dresses, Russian  blouses, facings for tailored suits and it  may be used for millinery purposes.  yy-Y. On Hata,    ; VyV...-'Ay'. '  Hats,'.-by: the way,are not only being  trimmed with Paisley material; but they.  are being covered entirely with it, and  worn "'with''scarcely.; any trimming. Some  of the white straw picture shapes are being covered with Paisley ninon patterned  in shades of mauve.and wreathed with  tinymaUve;..pa.nsi.es. The new "motoring  millinery for touring Svear includes a  collection of quaint little Dutch bonnets,  the quaint effect being enhanced by the  introduction of Paisley'silk or shantung  facings.  On  Dresses.  In  dress materials    there  are    soft  crapes, rich silks and the finest of moiis-  selines bordered several; inches deep in  Paislev.desighs. A A fashionable artist in  dress is showing aVUttle girlAfrdck in  'thick white silky crape, bordered A all  round; the hem ,pfy 'the skirt ViriyPaisley  pattern, carried outyin^blues; Vdull gold  arid faint lines ofyblack, arid7touches yof  the7'.design appear7on the baby;bodice;  ai"d outline the little Around eollarA A^TKe  -hat for wear withthis; dainty littleVtoil-  ette is made entirely of the Paisley: pat-:  VternVA It is large, aUdV theAwideybrim  droops A becomingly V oyery the AfaceV ynhd  turns up at the back. Y The material: is  gathered softly oyer the' frame of the  hat, and a wreath of tihy littleAbrbwh  satin rosebuds and little brown leaves  .'encircles...the.' crown.  ; 'Y-AXAyXy  XXX'X'y        .- Pn".' Wraps. 'V  Women who possess7 real old Paisley  sliawls are using them in various ways  for evening wraps, for deep hems on  dresses or for bands for the embellishment of the smart tailor made. The col-  orings of the Paisley shawl of our.graind-  mbthers' time are very beautiful. VJLik'e  the eastern embroideries, they introduce  dull; gold, faded pinks and reds^soft  blues and lines of black, all blended artistically together. V The real old White  -Paisley shawl in soft crape is a cherished possession V nowadays.-y It may be  used in the make-up; of a dress or ah  evening cloak, and the wearer may feel  she is following faithfully the dictates  of Dame Fashion. A  y  -.:-., j,    >,. ���������<jq.^.,,-,:.���������i__.-  AVy''  ^THEVENEMY.} y:'  y'Y The. enemy-is often; mentioned .in the  P.jble. Men are warned against his  wiles, Who is the enemy?y Our Lord  does: not; leave us in. the dark. V He  says plainly and in so many words  that the enemy is the i devil." Some  theologians and some : moralists -are  horrified y when we warn men against  the devices of Satan- as though he were  a real. V personal being. They tell::us  that the doctrine of the devil is an  exploded fable and that the devil is y a  "myth.A:y .AyAA :XX  But Jesus did not think so, and who  will say that Jesus was lacking in i:i:  telligence or that He was ignorant of  spiritual truth. ButA some will^ say  that while He was a great tea;cher He  livt (I a lbng time agOj and His word3  ..must"- be interpreted in the light of the  times in which He lived:; He did not  niean to teach that thereAis a'Areal-yperr.  -son; called Sataii, 'but A the people V of  His time believed it, and He 4 accommo-;  dated';. His speech to the^^ low A order of  iiiteliigience which: prevailed.; A7 y '"Ay*  Ityisytnie that Jesus lived long ago,  but His words': were not merely for His  own time.      They'>��������������������������� were���������*. fbrA all time.  The  words   of men  pass; away;    They/  speak toytheir; own time, and with the  light of the time, and in a ��������� ."few. years  the world has; oiigtrown their dbctrihes.:  Their words fail, y - But: Jesus spoke in  the";, light; oif:; <3-od,V and His words Asliall  not: pass-awdyAV They yore as fresh and  .vital to-dayyas they were nineteen huri-y  .dred years,Vago.y-. xYXA. '--Vy   -AXyA  y He spoke; of theVydevil    as a real "bie-;  ing, and; He was eithier deceived or A He  ylmmigr^htv ;Write0;;Jjpe|  Slandering:CanarJiah Womeii,A|v j  They Are Plain, La^zy,  and a Lot of Other; Thjingsi  ENGLISH  MOURN IMG HATS.  They're the   thing.   .  All London wears thom.  TJiey are full of mourning tips.  The Cordny lu tlio choice In shapes.  Tin's Cordny is mndo of black Chan-  tilly.  Thu crown may bp swathed, and  there's a bow,  A Chantilly bow or pouf may trim a  Corday of fino straw.  The largo mourning hat allows a  loosely tied cluster of black frln, mostly  in velvet, '  English journals nro full of mourning  wear rtugOHUon.s, tins wearing of black  for Edward V1T. being quite general.  The black satin cont of al lengths is  favored.  TRIO HATS FOR SUMMER.  Havo yon ucon tho new hat to wear  with tailored milt or Hhlrt waist unit?  It U a broiul brimmed hut of one kind  of straw turned aharply up nt tho front  t'* r.liov.*  a linln/.j of nnntlier kind.  Cencrnlly tlieso lints havo a crown  and nutsSde rim of black, lined with vl-  vld blue, brown, or deep given. A brown  lint with green facing in nlso popular.  The only trimming to tlio lint Is n con-  ^1*.  f������*   'flT.iiWa   f\f  m   <������������nr*-y,   M-Hh  (*r>m**-  times a *������tlff hand of 'velvet.  Another good looking nnd dronslcr hat  is of vivid green tullo oversown   with  was ; a deceiver in this Vl^tterA YSow  can any.intelligentAman bring-his mind  to believe either ?y If there .was a A devil  ttien theer Vis one now.yy If;���������;'���������; Je-*iisy.did  well to warn men"ofy tliaty age' against  his devices, we do well to receive that  ���������warning, how.:; He Ay is Aevidiently very  busy about thatybusihess;.stilly;yTares  are* springing A up in A bur .cities',;- in our  homes, in ourychiirchesjV y inA yall; the;  world; "Your adveraaryytheydevil go-  eth about asA a A roaring lion,; yVseeking  whom he may devouT." V If tliiere was  ever "a time when men! should watch  . tliat. timeVis^nowyWA  "������������������;'.;;';,;'' ^������ *'XXX XX  COMPULSORY   EDUCATION   IN  ';;'-:A-y;yy'CANApA.yA:-".:  Manitoba arid Quebec are: the only  Canadian provinces; Which do not possess  compulsory education laws. In tne otner  seven provinces there is legislation as  outlined  in the : following memoranda:  Nova Scotlai^-Children between six and  sixteen years' must attend school 120  days in the school year, with provisions  for   exemption   Uhder    certain    clrcum-  stancesyy.-': :y "-'V-V, y_  ���������New Brunswick.���������Since 190s tIle Pro"  vinco: has had. an act providing for the  compulsory attendance of children between the apes of seven and twelve.  Onlarlc���������Bvery child between tho age  of cleht and fourteen rnuBt attend school  for the full term each year, unless he  has passed the entrance examination  ior, hlprh schools or uhder certain other  specified conditions. Employment y of  children during school hours is prohibited. '. ..    ��������� Y, A.'v. A:-A .'"A.  Saslaatchewnat.--.The attendance .at  school of children .between the* agea. of  eoven and twelve years Inclusive, la com-  :PulHory for a period of leaat.���������'..'���������; Blxtoon  veolts each year, eight: wo.olca,of whieli,  timo muBt bo consecutive. :*; ; y;y yy;  British Columbla.���������Bvory .child: from  tho ago of seven to fourteen Incluslvo  must attend oomo echool or bo otherwise  educated for alx monthfl i noach year. ���������  Prlnco Edward Island,���������All children  between the ngoa of eight and.thirteen  must attend bcuooI at loaat twelve weekft  of every achooV year, six weeks of which  nniHt bo consooutlvo.   '  How much longer will Manitoba maintain Its position of discreditable .Isolation  from its slator provlneoti?  iota' and  rough  clotha  and  tie  whito   straw buglet.     It ia draped in turban  FOR THE SWEET GIRL GRADUATE.  Thoto diiioty frookf" arc made up a imply, yot in ilio vory latoBt mode.  Bntisto nud Inwn nro tlio uintorinla, nnil ombroiaory���������lmnd-mado or wa-  chlno-mado variety���������tlio trimming  u wd.  Ono of thoso gowna Ir mndo of b ntiftta with Ilchu flounco and chom*  li������ott^ of ombroidorod batlflto, with green wttia girdlu HnlHhcd with .a roao  of tho Kalin. < r  TJiC o'Jwr h oi wJiSto !ar;s iv'lh a r.;.traw flftttn^ ^f ITh:- r,nm? Un in'fb-  An from thA horn, Broad omlnroidrtr v bonding pnwws over tho ahouldora  to thia ilounco in. tho back and fwm t. A roiMHPink eatln, girdle ond������ with  a aatln roao ui at tlio loft front. T ho protty aloovca nro mado with thtoo  acant, puffa,  Worda That Aro Out of Stylo.  Many old English words hnvo fallen  from tWr-high.batata and aro now bun-  no d In thb bast Hocloty, at any rate: in  May fair; arid Bolgravla. Of thoso Is tho  Saxon word ''lndy," which wo arc told Is  derived froin "loafgiver."  In ll>10 we speak of a "woman" and  tho word "lady", has'become almost a  term of rcpronch.   A young single wo-  Jman Is a glvl���������pronounccd' "gyirl"���������aa.  the name "young lady" Is reserved for  barmaids, shop hands and telephone operators,  Then tho word "dress" used to dc  scrlbo the outer garment of our motliora  and grnndmothera, but 'Kowna"- and  "frocka" aro worn by women of tho  twentieth century. Also,wo.may talk  of "relations," but not of ������������������rolativoaj"  and tho moat venerable rooster mu������t bo  called a "chicken," an t]������o word "fowl"  linn sunk ,almost to the level of low  Inngunge.���������The Qucon.  Oraiy Thoughts.  ���������Unmonaablo: when   onca hroken-tho  -Ownclhlni? beyond tb������ jnwMi'r'ia nrt~  tlm settlmr of tho'aun. ������,.,������,���������  -airlH who carry watohea In thoir bftltn  -X-A. ^correspondent;, oi ';the'��������� WeeklyyRe-y|y|  cprdiA Glasgow; ;>who Asaiiedyfrom ^aty|;;|  city ^tOyCanada,; a, fewAweeks ago 'toyseelcAV'y'.'  :his fortuiieVYAwrites ���������'tby;'Um';.-^co^'-:-M?SA.  ���������'fbilowa'i.'���������������������������'��������� Ay'A: -y.-Xy.'-'xA'-.���������:.YxXAA:   'XY:Xy:Ay.  :H' "Oney of, the -least attractive of VCaii-yy  ada's institutions isycandidly;'rCanada?s yy  yWimiany Tliere yyou are:: ^kt^sA-plain; VA  ,ent������ugli���������^uid y so -::isVVslie 1 VY A-AyAAXXAyAyX  .. y ���������;���������' ^'Let ������������������ me, ;��������� ^yAythat,; Cainada's; x- 'townaAVvV  needywomen; ;TCal women, V yery badly; ly  'IspeakAof thi?: cities and the ytbwiiship9jA:S  of Vtho y womenkirid -.'of .-''.ythe';; Country 7yabd :Ay  the; agricultural' districts, I have hot had A Xf-  sufficient  experience  to  justify yah e^Ay;^  pressionof opinion,    y  The V CauaidisuiAAA^  townswoman is   an  unadmirabla Y crea-V     '  ture^y   Slie is plain,nay, ugly, lazy7, ,cpn-yAy /  ceited, vapid, slovenly, stupid-���������iii shprt,yV;A"  the very antithesis of what atrue woman-yyV  ought  to *:be. V And,V mart, she y hasn^VAyl*,  jilted me.    Every one of the ��������� foregoing "A^'U  nasty adjectives I^ liiive applied: to her?   ^  moie iii sorrow tban in angar.   -ATake  thchi' categorically j      7":'y V Ay. Apyt,  ^She is plain. It V may be urgedyoniVX  her behalf that she can't help that; Yyi  but "I; have a belief that she V can, that yiy  her unhandsonieness is the result A pfyVy  her laziness. "Work is anathema toyber.A y  Indeed, she has a belief,;; arid fails not Ay  to express it, that she shouldn't worky iV  any, that all work should be done by yy  men, and that she is simpiy: meantyasyy  an ornament. And; ye ^ods! suchyVariVAf:  ornament as she has .become;Ywhatyy  with lack Vof. exercise arid A constantly Ay  being baked in * stove-heated AVairoos^:yA}  phere ythat would stifle: a; healthy bein^yy  Give A her Veighty cpr y niriety degrees of yA  heat ���������! artificial yby preferencey^; andyVA  nothing to do; and she will be as; liappy-yy  as one.; of her peevish Vriature can} be;;V yyg A  V "The result of ';her:.;;stew'ingV-aniiAirfei^ygA  tiais a dead sameness yof straw^Asa^yV  low, featureless, ye3q>ressi6nless,yY cbaJf^Ay^  acterless;; ��������� leaden-eyed faces. Xr.VVActually;;Vyy  VGanfldian women are, to the ystrariger/yA  as difficult to V identify,; apart;yVasyare:y^  Chinese. One may meet what he thinksy Vy  is thesame womanVfiftyiSmes, whereas.V-y  it may be; a'different wbriiaftyeveiT-yrV  time; all fifty ebokedandylazed into uni-rAyV  forriiity of. unattractiyeriess;YAVyy       ' XyX.  7 Hoi?Tb-::A;DEAL'^lfH^  yX^g^  X yHouseAvflies ;airfe riOwA as ; most AseriousVS&  .' carriers of the ^eriri of.-certain diseaSes;Ay&  sucii:;as Vtyph6i^Viever^:tubcrculo5isi;;irirA^y  yfantile-diarrhoea;'spzixyy y yy;yy ���������AAxyyyyX.  yVThey yinfect7 themselves yin;: filthVyaridy:Y.  decayirigAsubstances and by carrying theXy  germs7 on their legs and bodies ytJieyVpol-yY  lute food, especially milkyyvviththe germ&Ay  of^ these and other diseases arid of .decayAyAK  ; No fly is free from germs.; ;TheVbestyA  riiethbd is to prevent their bpeedirigvXy  House flies breed in decaying^ or deebmyyV  posing vegetable and animal matter','andyi^  excrement. AThey breed chiefly in stableyy  refuse. ; IriV cities this should:;be Astpred;. A  in dark fly-proof chambers or re^p.tacle&;; y  arid it should be regularly reihov^wth-AyV  iri six days in the summer. V Farm-yard Ay  manure should be "regularly':;;-rebbyed;y:A^j  with in the same time and. either; sp*^^".-jsS'  on the fields or stored atya: distanpeiyof^lfl  not less than a quarterVbfya:;riiile,;jtliby;tr  further the better, if rbriiyiiAf house; pryy  dwelling.' V:'V.; "AA'vAy ? XX'Xx'AX '"xyyyXyyxy  House flies breed in such decaying;aiidAyy  fermenting matter as kit'clieri'refuse and ::  garbage. Garbage ���������receptablcs should bo ,.'  keptvtightly;:covered.   ��������� v...;",;.;;*;.A-Ay  yx All such refuse should be burnt or bur- ,;  ied within a; few daysj butyriti once if V; y  possible. -No refuge phould be left exposed.   If it cannot be disposed at once   y  it should be sprinkled .with chloride of, Y  'l'imo."-''.-"-:-.v.":-'���������.���������'.-'��������� ���������-.-���������-:���������',      ���������������������������". .'���������    -X-    yy .:..y;;y  Flies  in house-^Windows  and doors y  should bo properly^screened, cspccially'AV"y.  those of the dining room and, kitchen."V'y  Milk aiid other food should be sereencd , y  in the summer by covering it with miis-"y'y  ilriV friilt should ho covered also.  A Whom   thoy  nre  used, espjoially  In  ���������public places, ns hotels, etc., spittoons-',,v  should bo kept elenn as there is a very ,; "  great dnngcr of flics carrying the: germs V  of consumption from unclean spittoons.  Flics should not bo allowed to have A  nccoss to the siok room, especially -in'���������;��������� .'���������;���������  tho case ot infectious disease, .  The faces of babies should be carefully  screened with niu'sl In.  FUch mny be killed by moans of a:  weak solution of fnrmnllnor formaldc-'..,  hydo exposed In saueerH In they rooms.yy  This Is mndo by adding a tablespoonful A :V  of fnrinnldohvdo to a pint of water, -TJiO; 'A  burning of pyrcthrum. In a ropmyla also: -,  offOCtlVO.-' '���������yj.'!"!"-.'    ���������.,���������"'.,!>;.".���������-.',".?���������':."���������'���������;���������'���������/  House flics :i Indicate the presence of  flltli In the riclghborhborl or Insanitary  Conditions.' Entomological Division, Central ExpcrlimmtiilFaiiii, Ottawa. Departmont of Agriculture, Cnnnila.ylssncd  bV direction of tlio Hon, Sydney Fisher,  Mlrilator of Aarleiilturc,  lfltli May, 1010.  '"  ~ '    ������> '��������� ������i -���������  ^  arc auilty of walatinR their time.  -A woman'������ oyabrowa aren't alwaVo a������  bine Una thoy.are -pointed.  -It In "Md that U**vw*nth������r hurenu In  loontad in tha au������a������od chamber.        _  neftilM to aharn aa a^raliior. ,    ,   ���������       ���������  . ������������������,t2w6t'ythln������.ha.s tta drawbacks,'' r.M  the motorist a������ lila oar waa balne towed  back to town, by an old natr.���������Doston  Transorlnt,      ���������-������������������ <'y, .  wore  'i  A'Xy Inytho Old Houae.  'In'the old houeb whoro wo,dwelt  No care had como.no grlot wo know,  No memory of tbo Post wo folt,  No doubt nHHiilled ub whon wq hnclti  ,   it ia not bo Jn tho, Uio jiow.  In tho old house where wo graw  Frpm childhood up,   tho   daya  * d roams, ; t   ���������   ,  The Bummers had unwonted urloama,  Tho aun a warmer radlanco throw .,  Upon tho otalr. Alaal   it Booma  All dlfferont In tlio now.  Onr mother Btill could ������ing the atraln  In oarllor day������ wo listened to;  -Tho whito threads in her hair woro few,  Rlio neldom elirhed or nufforcil pain.  Oh. for the old houoo bach acalnt  It la not ho In tho now,  ���������Arthur O'8haughn0B������yr  "��������� ��������� ���������������*���������*������ -  ,.-.  Tha Commercial Value of Muilc.  '  Dlggs���������-I undorstand that you mcbur-  ago your aon to practUe on the bomotP  <3r������gg���������������y������a*i, iioa, only boon playing  .trd.aontH ij-������t today, I Us;!it tho"'  houae uaxfe door to m* for on* half  it a  vnluo.���������8mart B*t Magaiito.    .'���������.'���������������������������,-r.": 'f&Z^i'P'-SyZ'^^ Y XYY yA.\f'gl'C'S' -Sii 1-'!r'l"^icfc''JtSiwfaSjA'^TV^ay^TQ.': /Tl' Yv"ST* TGVTTT LA-Vs7 ���������'������������������''-'yY--'Y;.YyyVYYY;'/':y.;:-::Yy'' ;.r:;y:'������������������':yyy'^/ Y^^YYYYYYvyvy '-YAY-'.���������.;���������'..���������;���������:  m&mYxXXyyAfA^  ���������y-yy--yyyiyyyy<y:e:y^j^^yxifmsw!im^aiy?������v^miM  ��������� yyxYyyyyyAA.yiiy^B'yimsy^myA^ywy&igmU  ���������������������������������������������.������������������y.'--:-.---m:.'.-^  ���������-... ���������..-.:;-:���������:; ���������i.'Y-.v.v.--**. v^y---AAy-yyx^yyyyyyAiSirmm  A-'.-^Yyy^yxyx-A-AyyYyyiA^YZAAXX'^X^^^S  ���������"' 'W1  ssg^AVvjV:.ff^ESVySAVlNaV.^^u'RSE  "~'"^^afe-^% 'fivy: fi y- '���������;���������-'��������� '������������������������������������ ���������������������������-.: :--��������� , y ������������������-:--a-xx  ^A<mM ���������   :A$d������d' ^^bvTH'REE^H'BVlf IV Pi:M lU^'l-'PH  yy:#Sh&&ci^^  : Vj&ddisori; Vy!'butV she X said ��������� yly, reriieraber,  V'Vthat sbeAhad: toA learn ywheri;Ashe ywas  -travelling so^  ; Y, l^^;Vy'-spriiO*Vpf y wim  VV'7:raM,V,h-andS";-:atAleA3euA'^..-v;V;:AAYy :xy y  AyAVM'H'mliVy^Sjr indeed!'like.-';Madame>*Ra-  yi;cbriies;VyFalcA:lau  V. Errington thatAshby was iwiV adept.^yiv y -  VY AS'^ridyhe isVayveryAgpbd judge^sajd>  VAAddisori.AwithyaA'laugh. ys*.;*Iy-neyierSkne^  Ay any f eilowAriibre;expertyV?^P ������nbVcould  AAteachAhim;~ariytln^  yA;iriake8y-^rfect;&;)^  ���������Yy sbrry; to play:: as high; pry as \j^uoV'jMs'''}M-:  Aytlbes;; heyisAso awfully*reckless. ABy the  f$ %Y bye;: i /wonder Which Aof Athe Ascot'crit-:  lI<VAvytere'Vh^Kas;'back������d?"A^ A:  A Aririgtbriy asked him ��������� last riightyM,;he|i\va5:  |V going ,;toAAscpt^yand ;he". laughed arid said,/  lAi;y'A,fNov;fand heVliadri't even backed ���������aVsingle.  {jflyKlibrseAfor- i&:?;XXhAyy*y;yyyymy^  -'Isly^y^^A^^arAit,'' said^Addision, tak-  yyy'.yyy.yyym''y^yW' f-������*������':-':''-;-'::---:������?,  ������<*.ve;for 1^^4������ae|,^^^yle?3y<fe|p  and strong than* now;, and. she, ygirl-wifs  of. sixteen-had,: in her youth; aiidV-utter'  inexperience;. iriad^|gre^t-^^i|&^ribt^  yinAthe^eastHpeaiizm^  theyevii*fpT^  hands.:   ������he /had A learned ;tQyplay;Aherr  ;'^l:^o������ -^im^aridy had;: cardA^arttesfeat^  Jb<^i&'Mv&>#':lto  ,nbt, y out ^ hoping ;t^us, inhere, ysbp*-;:#as  ftK<0r:V&oinf^^  his arid his wildAbbmpsinioris'y-jambling,  eny again.    Ity isn't AtheAnibriey! nor  ,'>;S.t;.;y-Matir'.^  yydear, Vwhen bneAgpts excited.;and; stake3  yyruriyhigh,; it'sAyery- litoA gamblingi'{ y^A  yVyYEfeleny came' over Atoyhimy^ithv tearsA  Xiii:Aher.;V-bfighty'��������� eyes,Yarid.'-. puttirigVAjKeifA  ���������A'^srhisArpund ,hisA:shouldersy kissed -hjihigVii  AyAy?YoU-Vare; justtheydearest. bldAFrank!-^;  X Vshe ��������� whispered;   "I'll never be sbVst/upidly^  Aytempted V again,   if  you'll A fbrgiye>^hi3^  yV'ytiirie^vy AXyyAAyyAAy'V'7 -A'.VVAVyyy-y^AYV-V*^  VyA:yFrank  drew/yheryA downyand  fondly  yy kissedy the Vtearsyaway Yyy^^  AX:; '*Kiss -..Mid'/ forgive;: ehiAdarling?'tsaidV  y Ke;; 'simlmg-/A "Flitt twith , handsome; Falc,  :y.'St;A- Jfaur;Aas'"'' miichy '^yybuyplwiie. A "buty*'  yyydpn't letyhim: teachAypu toypja^high;^  AyV "It wasn't'he, the dcaryfellow. though  y A he : oidy; iauphed; it was ? MadaTneylta-  yA conierVyandVyDarnley\Y\ and : the ymbment'  yVMrsAYE^ringl^^  ;  yorilyysuchy a. Vw^  ;    her suggestion that: the stakes V were too A  night;: Oh;" no, Frank,:, dbri't blame boor  YAFalc.^yyy:;Ay''.y;:V,^^^^  AA "All right; dear^V I'll wajrraiithis^ own  y A sirisAare e^righyfor^ his shoulders, like  A ythe rest of "us.   Now, whaty about guests  yiyffQr'V-'NestyiHil.l;..'':."^^^^  A   securing the   ':��������� favorites���������AVVeveri:*'nbwyA:F'  V   think."'   "���������'���������' .��������� V yy X Ayy AxY' YxXXAy ;Ayyy  yV-y y'Te������.yy:"W;ell,;: c^;c<mr^,;:;-^  y.y "Ctert^nly^AO  Yythe ybrata tob: miicliV^^ffieyVes{^ally>"fi  Sy:.SA"Wlliy:take,V'-hite  _ yVyVHelenry'^Ai^ervA'ti^  i|;;yyandAl-V'd6;yli%^yth^  [ASyyff^:|.mbre|later;?py;Y,:SS  pV; A0A "**7ery A-syeli; ;;dea^ y'Theri'Vask y tlioseyi*'  ^jyyV;;sbbn^asAybuy:lifce.,'V7A-iy-A^  p:Yyy'#lyyc^lAyinV:;Hydey'^^  i$:jy y yda|vY;withy ^Irori  l^������:������a^  |^yy^.nieA^bout;Af^  f^Srfyg;>!^^iivmyy^  AlaughedVy^disbSiiygy^uti7^  :ym&wfcX&m  i.:||!A-SSj^Aineyw^A:ri^i,p^  |MS-Y:'Pf;;^lbngAmeVytb  I v-x-y jassigriations7'���������;A with AVyharidsbirie V^^bung'  yy meri.V-: y yA: ;V Ay Y. A XAA XX XXyyXyyyyyyy  X yy 'That's yb^t1������r:Atha.ri:VncitAV^Uing^youv  Xisn*tA it?'^;>e7tortedAbisyVVywife^yin^rrilyv  yy<juite;yhap^AagairiA:y;AA:yySV&^V^  yy V "Go A andy pici^Vtheydeiiid "yleave^of yyour^  Yy'i lowers," Asaid^- Frank, AcontentedlyA:y;:^j^V  ���������;��������� ;yy ��������� yvVypraAl^  X."-^X...:i;yA>y'r~<A���������! yX~;Ay:.$:3AyF::A$,i yjy0y  y; Helen Addison's accouritAtif.s.-the /flnrt^v  ���������yat Vl Madarae:yRaconier's;'Y-w^  ;ycbiTect.V:7;VThe--lic������tess7Vyha^  yVweeksV' before,A met^Mrs.5' - Ennngtori,;^:;at:  ;yA;Mohte'AGarloi;''Whitb'|they:^  elling-oompaniori tb^;.a Vl^apgli^n ��������� prin^  ceas^rcmarkablei even;* f6f'<n >Ni^||blitari,  for; her iaveierotey gambling wherever.  ���������A-she': went..   Meethig:^  Aat Mrs. Addisbri's, 'thefe^fench lady-liad.  delightedly clairiied Acquaintance,-"���������:, arid  : invited to her-evening ''atVliomo.',' Chris- ���������  tine accepted, because she knew her hiis-V  .band went to the Raconier: housej'-and  A once; or twice, when Bhe could be Bparodj  A had dropped in. ���������'':A;V y....,.. ,'A.y-  .;.   But Helen had eecn but tho surface of  Vythb deep.waters. She heard the caTelesa  y question.   "Arid which .horac  have, ->ybu  ���������. backea    for    thb vioebt ''cii������V'',"Alr,'* 8t.  '������������������Yi-Maur ???��������� ���������. and tlioy answer, Vvvitli- laugh as  '['. rionohalant, "Nbno; my dear Mrs, Ening.  ,A V:.tori.V lam not going Vtb honor ABCot at  all?'; biit'Helen, had not'sben the covert  ;   look exchanged, the anxious pleading in  yy.thqAwife'sV oyes^ tho'ytondor smll in the.  A ��������� rnan's: that answrod It;V ,'!For your sake,  .lAhavo^trbidbri .under; thb, temptation,  ���������':yihis'^tlmbiV.iityloaat'.^j.V^YSi'vlYiyi>;?^" i ;,  X     Still, onch: knewythat���������. tho, turi', w^s 'not  -bla^ grbatbat; tomptation. y Qhmbling,' In  .'.;,' tho more usual acceptance of tho grim  A word; was; they form in  hold hlrii in lts\ atrori-***o>t,'*S mbBt, autiilb  and Insidious graap, hnd It wit* there^ tke  hattlo woiild bo the .linrdcnt to fight but,  VVtliero whnro thoro must bo, many a tlriio,  ono stop forward and twi>; bnekwhrd;bo-  1 foro a firm foothold was gained., V A,  At tho possibility of final-defeat the  gambler's wlfo 'refused tb'VilbokT^'Y'eara'  ago hor attempt.hady,������Viluu,;.;)ivt'i'*l������,lll  wliat a dlffofonoo In thb wbapbns 1   His  ��������� '���������'tn."1.1'"' '' .'   ������������������ ';���������"��������� i'|i>   'i"' 'X.XyXx.j^  ���������I'*,.  bf \ heKftfjidpih^png^^^  ing itAperhaps, arid' brilyybyVbitter---ah,  what; bitter A Experience !---lcttr5Ledyjilier  mistake7 aridAthUA^quiv^UpOsitibny|ihe  h'eadf^o'Vi&uiVbt^^^  ���������>er$^yA?y^  AShe was scarcely likely y to A repeat the  mistakoSbf4i^^n^aty^u^;p;i^ Jj^������na-  twen.ty.. y She. had: ior .the;ytinie: waived  her claim to be ackrioivledged, but she  ^e^ttotc^cbne^^|t������^tily  ;.x^f !#3d yf o: r^gniz^g^M^������o:  -accept^^his terms.. yHi0re^n||his-.b6tter  : self//yielded-*but |lie yi^rt?^ssiof"atcly  velarned   for her, .Unconvinced, Aand  the  ;&Wi&X<Xx :ii;-. liiiKllll^^  5pld; Abyir?Adatriy tookyitsyyjiar-tj^riot yst  giving ^ip its -Avill^atgtimsi^-for^the |  *;-,   -y'f-'MoTi iryinnVinpovl iLcrn'-list his  will i yy.  ^giPhil^elpKiti^l^h^'geienti  *%tie^i!lias: been a,dded toV the subjectsV Vtlaily  grindAof yhpusework;ylriA;iriany  iti^glit^' the VgirlS ^of:^ !^  l^bli^'scbppisAye^bcHcaiy'; instrubtprsiy'**"1*'   '  iOssisteij V by V ���������bainb^''nur^&,y::areiy sHow^V  |ing;vtli������.������������rifls:;hbwy-.:t6.A;dress:V.a^  Hfebw, t^Aprepare;yi^ifobclAand- bottle;.  AEiid; How ;the ��������������������������� wee^Vmite*Aof A liuraaiiityA  -;&llOuld>rl3������  ?atV  rjtvithjsuqh a; .wick^Vsi-amp as you. Y Step,  igy* besty if ox A ehe. Viittle ;; bneythariYddes  hbr mothfery aridAbaby VcaiiV^triank ytlie  Anew sclibolycoursieyioryAitiAA;A/V AX yyYy;  ������������������ V;Originallyy.tbVeVcbursb; wakiStarteclVvto  "fit A the; ygirilvVfpr'ythe'' future A life yof  ^motherhood^butas iuanyAbfytheVgirls  VaxP the real little'mothers of thbyhorne  fiinfant, the V training theyYieceiyfeyin  if--. T-.^,^^ ..^szi^Mj. -A'yalue :;atythe  ��������� Pit' |ife AcalledAy "they; AbabyA V saving:  ..w.  ...    k.   ... . ...-,. ���������,.*.- Icbursb^: ari<3^1t a^,^d^nsAa7;;lot|fer*th^ ,. ,.,... ���������. ,    .   _.  yy:: AyiMan cori^inc|d against his will | A  ybribiesV|bf. Ii^^e^^eritsiiv^f^la^t^ pchooiVis :^|gfeatipresent y  y.;VV;-;;,Is :of.;.theAsam^b^inion^till^^fe::.?:;.���������',���������;���������. |6uEde^Srid,'M^fe^fliaye;.: tc^atJ^f7JK^^mbA^irijl^ y- Ayy  fVA*Al^Ut.^btw7-r6^1^kVof;'4hatV.^ime^       Sfe-;y>:. yy ���������-..��������� x-y.-A ~ Ay xyyy..,.yyyy:y yx:y-^,..y.y    .-. %������.yyy.., .,-.;���������;��������� Y..,-. .  dayV]W[rs. Addisori^^ ^rpvcstp thbypark. ^.nd  strpliing quietlyV nea> the VPrince's G|ite; paarri^S��������� iworiieriYA It's Asaf eivywberi;;they.  fwasy FflCOner ,St.s|Maur/ jiist within ytha |Kove:7i^o'seriousVmeaiiing.%^f X^^MjSM^  beid  V"P  y^heVsbo6k;:hands.'|^^ianl^!^y^iKs.>qui-- ....        t.���������. ���������������������������������������������-.,   --���������-,-iC--  ?���������bb^tawfulA:t6* be AmakingVakignfttions  top.";...,y.y'y-... ,'y. -;ry  ^ _ ..,..,,.^   VAAHe stepped into'flpypm^'"^;jf  drove;oriythrpugh-the7park: AVAy ^ A  y^Mr&^AJ^Sori^^quie^ly^^^i;^  enyelbpe into Falconers AhVand^sayirig: Aw  A y "Thanks so ymuck iorybeing iriy bank-f1  ���������or. :��������� Idb Abate; toy leave Aa card-tablcyiril  and^didiii'  Let- mc  go so highsyTyknew?  Vit,ja:ridvJtKWasV;cowai^J^bugh^sa  yhalf l^ghing^tpyti^aiid^e^ape sa^ng^  what Athe note was fbr^Vbut he V would'  ^i^pgi^^y^^V^V^^-r^yy-^i"^^''-77-'A-.AVA y. yy;y  * y^uAshcmi'jyhayiftpldV him it was all  ���������my fauIt,!^,^dyFilcprieriA coollyY; yAsj'-V;';  S;^^e^Seaa^VcriedvH������l^M\^>^itVwas:  iVjvife,/shilling.  ll^y^ArS7; you;  then,;y;Blanche?  Iwairri^u; to ^oi-d^c^lti^g^Kbl^idgi!  %at VleaSb, if yoii doynbt^tliornei^ryMra^  pLddisc^i mayyretbrtyto such innuendoes  SbyysaprigV that; Miss Xierpy is a-Vjeilous;  i^������3al-mpngei|ng /to^ll^  ^yBlanche; got������;upi:angrdy*.axid?'flounced  IbutV o|| the "robrnjAybutythe boriiertliriistj  ^righ*|eliedV heir, arid; resplyitig^ tp^re|ery:bf  Iher lowers forAiisey in the countr^Awhen;  ^nde^heV^aitvfcr pof&with;iSt. .iMaiirjishb.  Was-morlr^caren^  -C^So-'t'Ke^P^w^tes^en^p^  cbri^lA Sfel; Maury ^duickly  riiris  y^coRL.;; aridychaf fed? ;thereat, y was;, inAthe';  ������������������������������������wee^is'A; that y foilowedY'miss^fEra^tim^?1  ^nal^ally^fsaidlist^^Maur  :^Wu<(riee;d"::n^^:^y;aslre  Vday; Abut Aly don't *supi>ose A he:  told^  tillypponis-;  yWa,syyery'  for. lori^'asd;Vdf c;onirs& didn't'.ViSiriS(ybur,'  fi0^A^y^^^^x^:^^:^:  -^m^ir^riinSerig^eriie^  fef'^^ay^^maij^ :  ;early ;fbryt������d.t;VyAy-Yyv;.Yy:;'ArY;yV7;AAA:Vv'VVy  ^i^sAfAddifibn; VW^^d^he^K^S^^V^s|V  ��������� _r   ��������� j - "  ���������    'tv" ���������*'������"'���������    ^ ���������*������������������ i.-^s;"'*'"''*' a^*,s'-"*-'^'*',*"f ���������������������������������"��������� *"��������� nh~-i*.'.?.w*  haye jpnyfunv   Don't .say no;;now  yf^iy ;'Hps -|roii;ldf !t:i6^Dti?itbat; Jigly ;iittie;,  word; to -y ou," 'wai ;^lie,7giuari;t';i:^jy3 ^  ylteA|frould;y;''torn; up" again, sometimes  Vgam^bling A asA^ildi^?a.^^ei'i,4withp^  'i^gforturieyAVwhenAthe7 demon,;^resisted.  >fof>||'days;f.8���������^d^yfenaS^  fofci;  Am&.i  :���������ryy:.  AVgf S^etrmes^^^etber Vhe wereywiririe^Ap*i  '4^sefeli'e|^'oiadv'^  y's^^bume^i^atbfl^l^  V ingflie-- fiSdVyhj*cl l^oxvgii^A^d'VbijUie^pplf:  ';<m:.:!ipA^gb-off^u^  V1|rS:aneers;yA:Ay;y"YYyS^  VV^; ^r'the;; f irstyhe^adfalways^  A^^^arteejAfo^ial^iicOT  'cuttirigA WaJcasniAyl-VbatSitAcosty  Virig: inytinib AtoVVdress; at orios foirydiririer  Ss^lqbin th<^part^^rilth^  VVwhere;   besides V;the;ACliffiords;-:A yArchbr;  A:aridA;Captain:ADaraleyiYYiic :  iaugliter '��������� oi ��������� Sir; Arthur'Vehari-  l^woi/ybttngS men/ynariiedA'.Tre-:;.  '"' i:'"^z^y;Ybbth::yracirigA;ineri,y  A Maur arid iheAddwtm8.(y;A  wKFalCone^y^as'J-^^iybdA^it^th^^  ^st cordialityyi Hiit hpw^his^ heart leaped.:  3irid iisVlslpod^quickeried, as, last but not;  gleast^^^obi^AturnVto; hisywifelyVyAnd;  fwh^TOiild^krio^isave herself, how olose;  ?Was tbe clasp yof y his h;a.)id, y or how y liis  ybifes looked ^intdj tars,; as; his soft ytones  fgx^ieted-- lier ^vith^rprds Vui^r^-whiblfesne g  ^alonb'jcoiild i*?reid|aA a^r^r^a^i*agey; X y.  yAAThen came dinnerywliea"he was placccT  fi^tWeen ABiiss, Chanriiri^  ycoy', ywbicti iriateriailyi iricreasedAtheV/lat-;  ii'i^s A eBJojj*m^  ^-''q'ui^'-.im'p^Bible'**^  yhandsomfctieighbprvyAy. X,yyAVyy''. y:y:.:yy"y:  *;^S't'-';MaUr.vWas,-'fa%  ^ritleriiaiiyto rie^eoty^no^;  other JV;?:iwii'er������;y V^ur^s^;g^ A any  -oqrial^claim'tfion^  ytbo ;.',tfib'^-agfiip^^m'an.v-^  y^V-dra^^^A^ybve^^pi'ajj^yV  :step:l>e^ondS!^ow!i7 cho6si)ii^9|Ce;4Lbd-'iio.'?  :;;"mina^������e;#Dr;iriCiiffo?^^  raskirigVhimY'hisiiri^nt^  yiricoriveniieritiyAA^pM^mqriiri^^Ay;^^^  Vwoald'A^ssibly;; k������i^  ^cpblness |:^KicBEfij^ilfeiyi^u^  VdbbraAag!an)^y^n^riag^ '  V^asVimAuse;; the old jealoiiay^pfVClifford;  ���������;.;h^^uiBejHtb'^������^eii^  AiewVel" tliat Waia Falconer's;? ariif: hb grow  : ������*,'. 'tvi.'-"-��������� '.At-   X-\ ��������� u : ���������'���������-���������'-'���������' '���������*..-������:i1^"i -���������"'-,���������'' - "������������������"���������-  .'���������-.*..'���������    ���������* L* ���������    i  iryfV}  month, .you know,���������^just Aaftpr.���������'GCodyvb'od'  .T^Abourse' ��������� ybii'ltM^li^^JlV yyA<yyy  V|VFalcorier shruggfed''ftig'V8iioulders.AA;V  yffCan^t'say.;^may;������but*-I'm*^^^  'fiiirb'':a.bont;it;"y: Ayy AYy:  V lyfOii I'X thought Helen^^isAthatABlariehb  .atythe bottora:bf this J" y.'        ��������� ,Ayyx.  /���������k^Tlie'n aloud: ���������    '.y'-'A/Y..,*; y-'AAy-  ;;|:'^mi* gdlrigCnow'-to n������k^llw#Giififbras-  .���������tb'eoSne,"'-,'";';Y:-;::.--���������"���������:���������;.'��������� '"y'.-'-.; '���������"���������-'��������� .'������������������ l-A:Vy.  Y'i W$.Ipybs,--flashe(di;;,. A -whoi.e monthl&n*  der the sanie roof as Christine 1 yV:;  f;"I;don't think they have anySplans'.'lbti,  bither,'' he said j "f or j ^^ Mr ������'Ji^'  rington last,night; arid she said tho doctor hadn't spoken ,b-K'lt )iat sail nel^ybt.  Here we nre, bo .'.vou will' soon know/''   '  I *fii/; tli^V teriiper ^tjhe pt^le oMpa.ss?bn;  V'swgpt; V btei^inlrl-^nd^dtoW."  b><|k atWtho last. Ih this Vteroper Vtbe  i^thirty-fipf;-'-of��������� SJulyAl carn^lWrfdAe: and  : Kahmee;|with^his!!'>four-fobted^rab my-  Vorilb. irijitlie horse box7, left "Londpnlfbr  "Neat Hili; in -^-���������-.-ahire,; and perfq"  ���������:*���������">������'i.* _i.iL'^ i-vi-i-^I-^.'-i-ji'-'-: ���������������/i^������T������liU������J "������.-"w������*-l  ���������llinii'i  ' crerims^; man, ^ ^ ���������;,;. .x%^^&&x*--a>:A" '^aa'-a:. ; Axy  *���������������������������    -"'.%'���������" ''���������P������'������x-^'S%~>~'-Y.^^tS&'--^^ '+<������������������',.'��������������������������� ������������������.-"<v^iyy ��������� '���������'. x: :;  yihy/tM^iftwpg!;^^  Awas VyyeryjIsqoriiA^VyiristijB^^  ythrpu^*A?y���������������li^yt.t^pt^  yFrsrichy: wiudpws'y priyAtP Atl^^roadv A Ipw  Vtbrrabey aridAlawri: bowemdi^^^^^^;;'-;:::  ;;^-?^;ptfsitiy������Vsiri^  ^v^mg^yy'said^^i^r^le  fv^nfc ';:^"^av^r^m^pn^V^(^-^m^s|,: Vjarid.  ''j'iip^yV^t^^pn^sy  ||l^t^^^l^t^il^^  yitselfVhady]iist sunk:behiri^V^byhillsyVto  '-'theV :vf^6t;y flq^ipg^^ey^hea^^iy; iri .v.<*Jrin^-.,'  son5;arid' golden hues of "gorgeous beauty  : thotAnb: hand '���������'oi ;mortal^artibb.'^erA������ya-p-;  :;p*^chedAby:^l-b^Vit%us  iingl!i'.with'--,'^h4-^gtitjjr^^^  Sn<������ said; '��������� iLetVthbreybe light !^'arid had  -;|6ei'.i';that'yit^Wa|V':Vgb:^  that changed '��������� every -riun-iitc intoybount-  jb^iyBhbdes; that^ j^T^^int������?;thb'-?dusky  gra^ iof-the^farVeast asythe evoningf shad-  VowiAstealthilyJ. crbpt^ up;t;tby ritebt yit;A':It'  ;'ii-7^d;.-Vth,b'.;.::ridge,--V6^  A /yy.LearnestV; arid A of jta'j vsty^jdy; ii erenty.stamp^  ��������� ;,:4:'T,"������-a'-3'';in"ati'giirat������d by Ho1.en asking   Mrs;.;  ErringtoriVto;'give them one or     two; of,  .Chopin^ll^YelyJpo^u^ncsV^Vy-y^^  ; A " No^r jf^ryt������ real treat," said StyMaur,''  ;siriHhg'':'^nt<^y^%*seatV beside' ���������- '��������� V iBlanch^."'  ;^f"WThat iaytbuch jSIrs.; Errington has I how  ���������she brings Abut; jthe; rich tone of      that  ''grifady^MpmypmA'A-Ay xyy -yy,  ''Yes: ysheyijtcs y Broadwood's best,'';  ^aid; BlarichbiAJ^ibi7' relishing  praises :.of  the)womais^f^fdimii / sh������ Awas-y fdst Vgetr  tirigi; je^bus^yll^liappy tb find Falbpribr*  .at;her^iadeAi;;yAA;'������jyYAyy;,' '������������������.'���������������������������V-;  ''T shwl^Aknow Athat Vbythe :tbrie;yif;  I were iblind^Vst|yiiaur said; ���������'     - yxy A y  ' '(CouldVybu **Ai/A wish Al were as clever.  as you! - < shewhispefed, cbquettishly.   ;'  ���������V VHe liftedy^Vfinger7 and Blanche dared;  Vriot; chattbr;VlestVheAshbuldVmsyye away;  ���������;yy His; A'Tharik^yOuyy Krs.A'Erritigton^':  swas a thousand tiitries more to the pian-  Vist than all VthbAapplause of theV others.;  ivy "Bv. "tho;7:way,YSt^SaUri^.:ysaid A Dr;V  Clifford,  turniDgVVt������;; VAffi  heard any inore fromMr. Orde:about'bis  threatenedvbo&erV.wit^Atheyminers?" ,,  Xy "Well, ydoctoryA so ;far Aly^aveAhe^cd  from him, only; lastyweekjy that;ymatters  Vwere getting V'all worser   r andAyrioV bet-  ;:ter,':.yyVas'.V'V^ tiie X V.V nigger; yVBaid^ytoV^his  wife;   There have been some little semi-  4eeret, uribfficialVmeetirig5Vheld,Aaml my  uncleyand.managerVjare.daily expecting  soriie absurd dembrid to be Amade.'' yy:.,  '-��������� ������������������Ohy   deVar, A how y dreadful! "Varied  Blanche7;: y'^h^tV:willA'he^db?'!/f-:yAA'yVAy?A:;A  y . "RefuseAtbeiuy P*;^������^^?byy^bid*F^l^  coner;Y';:.yyyyy;,v;y.yiy^-':AV''V::V XYY?AYXyY.y-yA  **3utythbs^;people Ajget Vyyiolent, ;Adbriy;;:  ;ythbyi;SariilY shbbtA: their- ^mastpre.Avapn^;  '��������� they ^these-'miriers.?^A Xy. ..Ayy' A-y y-Xy. AXyy  ���������    7-TfaeyYmay Ally -we:. giyCy tHem v/.the:.  /chance." ;" ���������V;AA*:':-'VV:v.A7V'A' yAyV/.A'-'-/''; X.yyr  X "Oh.V you V won't Ago; .1 hbpbiyMr.VStA  y^!^V^yyXA XXAXXyXy XXX'-AX'iXXXXA  A :HeylaughedAyv:AV-'"'yAA:AVVT',y'YAV.::A:.-V.':VV:AY  iV "I shbll beV';iv-' T^ryyoiie to go directly,  "yoii Amay.beAsiniy^lHs^eroyvitwili  ?mv: simple duty; arid Certainly myA'wish^  ;t oo.'Vy- ���������y.V'fry A'Xa ; xyxiyyyy yy.y.. .h yyy  ... ^You::thirik,Athbn;Vyrbiriarked Clifford,  S'thatA^there'ywin:y;.be>a;V6^ife ���������    Ay  $��������� "Crique^ibiiablyVaiid soon;'ylf,Vas ex-  y^cted,;; they deriiaridVan adyarice of eight  Ippr Vcent7'; th������yYwillVibey flatlyy;refused;  V;theriAtheyAmay';st^ike^yV;yyj'yV^y  7 Vi^Forha^s^MrAVOrdeAmay offer  ���������promise t^VbuggestedytlieV^  A';A''H'm!; A-he A:ina^-''y yAEalcoiie^A loolyed  doubtful..';A;^ut theyAwqn'tyacceptyitjl  :exjpect.Vv'VA;VA,vy'AA:Ey;A':.7'A^A--V';/A'^  IfiA'Tty seems,^ ys^  ���������,plMe!;;is7fiibt'Vymo,rey;^  VfjpinyMrFOrde^s V ;iwighbOrl^6d,yso lAddi-;  ;st)h''''says;,' XyyAX "XXXX. 'YyxyXyyyyyXyXy]  Aly^QuUbJrii^t^a^  /;&itanTC':vfrp.m;.'.Qrass-R^  37A"Cp7';c^b;'"Helen;Vy;;V^  A; VNbwiythen/Aplettise'yVmyV' yfirsty tenor;  /^liJyafeywantedyV^  ?Erririgtbri;wttyWn^y;^bp;^  ^'?i^.aM|tpVrnAAbetw^  Aig'FrbiriV7Bpbi������to;flP^^  '^sii^nArii^^ghtV;tP;;?thO^  V|Sy'E''V^;y^^ybe;;ci^'^^  ';!Pr^l33pty'..'K������;it;t7;'7a&^yt;������r<iA  iilsismeQ iiircraga :yvXx  XXXX'Ay; ;.���������;.;.A..iTih-v yXiiSi.X  AyyyYxymximxmim  4V^CaK|Ai^|;|||gi^^S  .���������'���������'.:.'.-.Yyy "���������~?yy': XYXyX:X>AK^?X&9  it UfXUiiii  YAi&i  Y; Indigestion is u coau.cioriVin wbi-eliythey-yy  ���������stoairich; isanore; or .���������iessyu'nabltj'y.to/^gv^wlr'i  theyipbU.'"'Evcn:;'a';:iigiit^  tion riwahs much 'misery,Abut.ywheh :^US;YAvV  ttrbubleYis^'aty its^' worst ythcjyiife'^bfYthiiyyyy'  VsuffererAisVbrie bf  cbii3tahty aiid %^\^yAA,  :.mi3eryyAindigestionV;.is' i-^c%riived;ybyV:^AA^:V.yf;V;A'^jg^j  ^rriing-; serisa.ti6ri;iri;: t^e''^id^chY^^a^;Ayyyyyy^!0  .irigj'anoppressive-'.feeli.ri^  }*}g c^i^d^;jpairis?iitAtheA-;re^dn.Yof y t lie:  'heart, often ybariitirig; arid nausea, and ya;  dread Vbp rood yf or: the misery Ait eau^'*^  xxAAm  Yxy-sym  -���������A'AXtisi  yXA:A.m  YXAWi  Axxym  ymmm  mm  " 'mm  Dieting arid the use of pre-digested fb������-;iA  ���������mayAgive sbriie irelief,Vl������it will^rievercuray  :indigesti6ii.A; TheV wprkV ;ofV. ihdigor iyXx.....,.,.,...,.,, ,,,���������vri  ;.dbnen-ds>'updn;:theA''blbbi  :;ai^y;the^-|qnlyV Aw^y tp'V cu  is; tb soVtorie up the 'stooniach tii at it w:. (';{������������������;���������:  ;d6^t'he'A'wo:ricy'tto  ;^ishbuld'fdp>;.;'';TheVye^  ^  ;aA wbal������-; stomach; is-^hrpu^y^  Drw '^Viiliaihs';,-Kidc^iUfe^^  ,. tliey blpqd;y ;efcrbhgtkenAVtheVA^  ' thus- gii^AtorieAtbythe. -fsticTOiich.^an.dV  ableitVtb do itsAworfc w  comf orty ANo'onefaufferingAfrpmViiijli^s^^Y  '��������� tion* in ;'cveri ythe':; sbglifces t-fariu :--s lio it ;<1 ;yV X  neglect the trouble fbryari* iristarit-ytp li^y y;  ��������� soAmeans Vt4"at;^itV;ol>t������ins;.^ AVy  and'-daily the miseryyari'd;��������� suEferirig;:i%i!?ry-y  ���������;creased;;v'aiid.-.t^e.Vcure:ma;d^riior6;^i^  icult.';;::At':'t*e!iirst'Va'p'prpach^fyth^  i;blb-take.;Dr.y'\Viinams?yPiri'la  fwiiliV'spyedilj*:;---disap^  ;cureAey6nVthVimpstV!bbstiriate':;^  '^digestioriy butVAhaturally-V. it7 takes;Alori'|������ry"Y VyV*y;^":|||0|  to dbVso; Mr. Philip I,afleufi StV Jerome;y;  Que.iVsays:y^fter I left college; wheriAi  >had/studied hardi^oryfourAycars,; iVsufey  V fered V eo iri rich Afroiri iridig cs^'i d n." -.. t ha t yVj;  found-it: difficultVtoVcarriVinyyliying; VAy];;  Wa^A ^toed::w'thVVyterrrbfey  I  1  1  yy&l  I  ��������� ���������' * 'A <f >-* j '-c; i-j* ;^v o;  v Hcxiso flies are natc&eu in, man-  lire iand revel in filtn.   Scientists  largely* responsible for the spread  ^yA^ero*^^  ~"tMe3naiV5-^ysoii  ^serasesAiofVf^  vv^aret:6f) your o^XY^aai^ and  iii; ItJuei;: iirtfei^  iiealt-JjV^^  ^ilsonfa F%Pads,yt'ne all  fly killers, and keep your house  jfree^bffi^'fehese; d^^ousi^Arid  di^sl^^vpests.  v r*Y Vy/yY-yy y^ax������.  b usyfyytei'Vyi^il  breakto\^;'yyy7;lytried,.several:;^  . treatments A without - finding v-'iiny .V av*;^?" '-A A; VAy $;l������!rti  entyrelfei7'"an^^y Anervpus; ysystem^  'gl'OWri!'''-/Sb.':''.:'8tattM  ' wofkY7; Af pri^tl^whb A^  me ��������� advised rriifetbyt^/D^yWiUi^^  ;Pills,yand, IVfollqw^JhisAadyiceY  ."not-.-lpi^.'-bjalfpreVihbyP'Iw  back", toy:health;V an^j^ttel^puf  couple "'"of' months Yym0^^mfichiX^asx^';!yWtXiA"^  ���������   i ���������       '.....'���������������������������.,'..:*���������.���������,.������. ������������������'���������..���������.���������: ;-;���������.- ������������������ --'..v.-   ,,--,-".,.-';" ���������':-..'���������"���������.':���������:' \y?f'Z ~:-. ':iX':X'yy-':ji'!',y\  ;;pr. V; Williarifcs'yVpink A Pil Is jy f or-V whi^^AtiiSyi7^������'  ;;s^HaWay3VfeeiAgratefu].'';0V;;y;;^  ���������VjAiSibld;; [by;; ailA:'medibirievAdealcrs;j^  ;iriiill;at 50'CentsVa��������� boxVbrVsixVbbxesyfbr^AV^'S^^I  $2;5tf:yfrpim The Dr. /WilJiairis?;'^ediWrietyVy^yV|������j||J  yCb^febckyille^Gritf^A^VAy-'^AA;^  f-PtA;YTiMEyStpR|E$;  'Scottish7;  Itheii-A  tKaifiA,...    _  ...... .  ...,  li&hAVaridAVFrerichv:V wet^ AyfighUngB  ^emed;?aVgbbdAtimeyto gaihyth '  ������ty;' Accordin!gly;A thiBA; bjrayey ���������.  isetA,out-Vtovowrthrbw.A\pp^CTful^  -" Gbpifgey II;Ayyy:; y- XAAy; VyV'y-^IClvly5'  y,-..,    .....an.l  ?fbiv.-thc |in^c/l(3fty g^bling^,^,; )^|ie-   |^| Q������ ^arei* wbbds^ with; red-gold glory  ^^^^^l^^P^^'^^'11^":^arid-':'dcopbriedV '* ; ' -   " -       ���������' "   ���������' '  ���������'ilxfffi-'V- ���������;��������� ��������� a.-, V.'>-'.;.*y." .--������..y i >W;jySy������.;., ;,   ; iS--.; y-   :.r. .v....;. Yj__.   i-  viiy?YY_  ,....,  .... ,      .   . ......  .'���������night; befpTe ieaving ;town, but he had  Aiio-b''g6ne;;tb; Goodwood;    "A" A'-X  tyAA-VA^ijti^M!' '������x&::^- *AyyA  ;iNest^HilI'Hou8e.:(Wa8Va^fina..ol^  ii'yVmnnsibn, .standing,.in a good sized  park','-va^d^3ia,virig< itrimbdiiitbly.. about it ���������  , beautiful 'gardens and lawnBi The country ' in. '-r^rKihlta :,"^a*^c,tty,|' with two  MADEINCMMDA  l Tho iriovitnbloyS o'niookwtea had^usl;'  been brouprhit; ii*,toY������thP ������drawing,rooroii  wlicro thoy f6\tJ]ul tI*jft|)*H������plyi^j������; f^r ���������.<������"vjfon-  der.ytjie,-, only ylBitbrslat';, ^roabiit ;*{ so.  a^Mtfanayii .-l^i^ohiE, lisib'ii  opened f|ve/direct on tho' doctor ns ho  ���������tootyWBVi^'pVfj*^  wiB* doing, ��������� tlio ho'riors, while, Blancho  ^battered tb St, Mnur.iy V       u,,^.  ���������y';?Wo nhnll 'havo'W.Wmall but aelobt'har-  ty, doctor," laughed Mtb. Addison^."and  plentylof funinridsgayety, iliilibp^^Sp;  do eny.ycB. ' '. . A -  |;fMy dear "J^ri-i.y ^jddliiplijS^ porupnaJly^I  nped no further inducement tluin your  .fair prcnonco," niild the doctor, bowing-  .f'and if my throo girls aro agreeable, I  can only aay'lyahall bo delighted tovac-  '���������'cept '^uyyhpRTi'ltalltyJ'v-.i,yi,.^ ���������^^sVmi.'   %  ; J'lVani^BifftfUmy:������pbak^o?%*,lt1ion^  bald Clhiatino'fiyBoft.^lpxy.^toni-ii, "for I  Boo 'agi'ociablb' lh' thblrv faebflj  bo, you  ������iay borialdbr,It aottlodon our sldo".::  ."ThiinkB bo mubhl" rotui  (onlyytbjJM^na^j^re^^f.^.a  pprtBriicritl  Rightful' h6Bt;i4ndy.hbBtoBB,iAa,Airiontli at;  . Nfejat, Hill-; bid; f ait'tb, be" .$veryyen joy able  'time.'.   ���������"���������'::"'x'{''H-:.yXX\.ki.}\f''iy''r..,'\A  ,     \    1   ij1������M     lm~.jj.i4i   J.������jn.  i; .- ������ f|. in      Mill   1|  ������n��������������������������������������������������������� I. ������n I .. iji, <������������������������������������������  ;y.n,.- ^������ji.'ji:,������.(ji.'.*jU������rr������\i.. AVw,..(/iVi*iv������H!M������(..i������/i..'vj|.,.,>-..i-v. ��������� -.,.-,' ". A-f lie*QO'������������������\.-'-\''-*  the lengthened shadows  bf yblioytwieB, and in that myb^  ���������f ow'f ui^ hush" of".' 'not'nrci^wli'ibli-'fansA.A^Vit  byb'ritide,'V''it., ;:;^m^''_;-VaB,-';iiEA-jTimo .-itself  stood still' befoire A its, solemn V bOauty; to  worship.  '^Xy"Xy^A'^^';>xrrrA,ntA ���������.if,'.  -Yi"!.:  4:^*3ut;,the night pnaftOB,' and the   Bun  :tiBi'.sjo,n,^no-fV!f>doy,',VCUri^  undc.i'; her; breath. :' _;. y ���������;;���������������������������';;;' xy  'y. HiB-oyba* drbpp'ed ori'-hiersA'; -,!';; ���������'"���������:-."A*  <V "There is no BunAfpr.mb:whoro you  are not," ho .i'aid'i itt^'a, paBJaiona-boundor-  tonc. '.'Ivwantl ypuAip, and; ho* has you.  while I���������������������������'.���������:':' y*XyX:A<XyyyYyy ������������������ :;:"  ,il'^Falb���������-Mra. Ewingbon;" ballod Addlr  ���������Bbrii^Jfooriip'-'Jlioro; ���������,w������.:'/waittj;<������\'tryi'-:;Bomo.  ��������� fliAf rb'^V'^^rfe^^  .y'.'Botiiypi ,.coiirM\turnc<S''"a'tV''On������'"^^^  tbciri, musico,)^ asBiBtanco,' -andv for vpomo  tiriic?th������'' p'a^y' aaU'P<^ thbriiiwlveB;-u by  f, ,<,.'.:i:r-������>lM.i,\ i-mfi.;.?.;-, T-.J-   ������������������>/^W..->v....,.;... j,,'-..i ...^..,.- - ,,..-.fi;<..I.M.,mK-,.  oturncd Mra. Ad*  dl8onrvw|th.>whoui .OhriBtlno.wttaftun.ott*  poclal favorite.   "PvitB! my mli'd at onuo  nlenao. And, by tho bye, if you liko lo  bring down yojjryown, riding hprboB, pray  do. Kvory ono profora hia' or. hor own,  and we've i no, cud. aid atable vobixi',\ a������U';  Biod mounts, too;'ao please yburilclvcn.  o������t HiiriB ,Llbbrty;JHalliW,ia1d\aKo,>l������^  Ing to takolcaves;, and Faloqrior dopiirtod  .witlrhor,'tii Blanolio'a;Wtfm-dJx������x  "Mrs. Addhon will get hbrBolrtalketl  nbout," Bhb; rbm������Hkla'l, ^bojiOWi^unblo  had loft tho drawing room.   "I "wonder  , the major allowB hor to flirt go with  Biioh a���������well, fa������t iiort of a man au.Mr,  St; Mlmf."   -.  v   "v!   ^'-f-1--'- ^A^,y  , A'Uy dear," Bald-Falconer'*, .w>;fe, with  n cont������mpt,uouH nuiIIiu ."wliiiibvcr    Mr.  Bt. Maur may, or may not bo, I think  that both Major and Mrs. AnUlUon know  the world "arid thoir frl������nd������, and how  to" tako <ii.ro of i.liiimHplVdBi vory muoh  bolter than Miaa I-croy can know for  m. W. ouutt'ck, tU    them?' Wen wlio' 'liaVb' ������������* InTonllbif"bf  marrying prefer diivnttng tii������m������elv������a to  ,i-...  THE   DOfll  OA.ME   B*OKt  ;-;i"A?'������������<e������^.;iridjan  V.rA^YAis^ctistbriittryy^witK'^Iridia^  World; over^ theyCaribB are-; cxporl; -basket',  ��������� wbayers,; and many,;otrong and handsomo  'baskets 'axe to be,':bbughtAin'^Bbiuy'at  reaBpriablb priceB; if one finds thb;:-rightV  .Bhops,.'-.;. A v peculiar instrument, ;, made * of  basket straw arid Svovori' closely to'gbthcr/  'bo as tp formV a hollow tube endingAinV  ; a throng of twisted ends, nnd cbmraouly  ���������;dubbod aV'f?wife^entchori'���������J: is alBO'iriiade'  Aand aold by j.thpVCiiriba.. By Blippingythiv  hollow Cndyover a man's finger above  the  joint' arid ��������� prilling ' bri1 tho' ��������� twisted  .ond, .thecatcherA will tighten around, the,;  fingor, arid thb captive will be unable  to rolensc hia hand;' It ib claimed that  the Indiana fprmorly employed thiB' db-y  vice as a'hariabuiff fbr'priaoncrfi, iiBirig'  poyeral for oacln hand, and leading;the*  .captivc-i by tho:fii)gers,;Few touristyi'.'bm.  i pormittod   to  leave": Eoscau   withbutV'Va  wifc-oatchcr, for which   Aa sixponoo-'iB.  willingly   oxohniiged.���������^LcBlie'B   Weekly.  AN 0R^SfF0Rl25 CENTS  ;;;]*--'AsWEEky,'':  Wo havo on h and th ir ty- fivo orga na,  taken in uxohungi' on Helntzinan & (Jo,  ���������'pliinoB, which \vbmu*t soil roafrirdibBg pf  loss, to make room ilu our ;������toro.   Every  'Jnstrumnnt.' ha������  floun   thoroughly  over-  liaulcd', and l������ guarririteeil for five yonr���������*,.  :nnd full amount will be allowed on W-  change.  ThOiprlcoa rcu from $10 to jja.-j,  for buoIi, well-known make* an Thomiin,  Dominion;Kftrh, Uxbrldgn, GofiBrlch aiiV  ,;Bolk ���������> This is your chnuee to unvo. money,  A ppit card will bring full particulars.^  iioirifrman & Co., 71 King atrebt 'e'nat,  ���������Ilam'dton.-'-���������"������������������������������������':'" ; '       '"-'  A'';- '"���������-..  .y.yyy, .��������������� 4t* y   RIGHT WAY TO WATKIt A LAWN.  (Suhnrlmn Ijlfc.)  i ylihwus aro frequently damaged by tha  drouRltto of uummer, and they arc nl������o  bndly Injured by the pemlr*lmi������i watcrlnji:  thoy too frbquontly rucolvo, Thero Ib  only one way to water a lawn, That ia  to Hoak It no "that tho soil will bo mold-  tenod for a foot or; moro deep, and watering ;Wlll not be ncadod for a woolc,  Mb������t jiuoplb 'Wiitbr a lawn ov<fry night,  whether, tlio ground iiccmIm It or not,  but thoy givo only ������ncugh wator to wot  the Burfaob, Thin nractlco r������!������ult������ In  thn plants prbdiielng their working root*  n������������itr Jhn wurfnr**,, fliul <vh������'ii ���������><������ family  go������������ away for the iMUtomary two wcckV  vacation, In the ������umnu*r, the lawn burnn  wp.brQwn.  Men aro not offended by a little oxlr*  itfourUiy.  fbllowcra;  Chiefs1;  ^Hoiyrood;,-"' But;7; as,; the v;EhgTi^;:yiwe)^:g^  ' advaricihVg,: ho had' tb; cnllv'HisAaiTriyyt^y";^Vy;AY^'M  'gather;: -Then came ^aVgreaty'battlbYat^^fS'yp^ll  ���������--���������-������������������ -     ��������� ���������" ' ' cbYGharliaAAy^y;YiS;-.|  !*i<y  Qulloden moor,:-when;:VFriiice;;;*C|harlw;|!  VwdsV.defeated.    ^^e-'Englij^  *-">:: l^^&SB5SS!fm-lJsA%, ���������'���������-XA^y^VAXXXAXAAA:  ���������yy WmmLmS^mh^^^M'm^ Xymmm-xxA  for' liis  cdpturo  and ho' had. igtbati:  trouble in concealing himself.   Foory,  oa many Highlanders woro thoy loved ii  him and would not toll  hiax hiding  placoB,   Many timo ho had to elbop,  out doors V\vrappisd in' his plaldl' At'  one timo evori: a band of robberd/hid' -  .him' for Eovoral daya.   Xy X:J,.;fxy;..X-y  At last the, English..' Holdicra alirioat  oaught Wm, when aAlirnve Hrl, Flora  Macdonald by ridlhc. aided him to' ea-  capci byr dressing liim in some of lior  clothes, i Tho' BOldiors thought Prinoo;;  Charlio/was a girl    friend   .visiting  Flora arid wont away.     Then when;  ablo to got away safely Flora rowod A,  him in a'boat to Skyo.   '    ;        . ;'   ;  A Blibrt timo later a French boat ���������;:  roscuod   him and   ho loft:   Scolland  honrtbrokon bocauso ho could "riot gain  tho throne for tlio Stuarts.    *   .*��������� '���������   >  Ai i  .,:,���������. ������ ������<���������  ".���������'.'       ,..(...,-.-������������������:  : The fnahlonable ahuno for wuujc^, ii ,  to be>"blj>lCHH.- '.HIplATflpI" ���������. ;\XAAxixyXx  -.'���������.'" !���������...  ���������m  UM mi  ( ;|    'V  yiyy.'S x >-���������'  ft  wi-  if1'  ?  K*  is*  ia?  1$  *  J *-  i  i  i  n  K  I*'B  N'  I  i.  i  Mi  1 ft.  ���������"������!'  ."ill ���������  It;  ���������'! I  \k  *!*  hi  ra-.rr?iiff*--n,wi'Jiy>ftv^^  Ca^ff^JMaa1WIWa������<aM������wW*i^w^a**������������*t^iW������^M*MM������������aaa^aa*W^a������^hM������w>w^M������^  Mii/iilii'fn i iiriiMfrtttiTwni'iVatitfl'iuiiii  WBiaEiiMiiViiii ������������  ekl4tofo tlSVlBW  S^r^^TiMM^iriTiii'i^*^  A,ttJ&*W^I>IAl^l.njF*l   JO^^NKIkNIQHTS  OP  PYTHIAS  OF COMMERCE     ��������� |%?^^?PS-Sss-Jss"  Geo Broderick, O. C.  E. Jensen, K. of R. Ss S.  H. 8. Bevan, M. of F.  Visiting bratbran cordially invited.  JLfJLl*  1JO  .- j <���������  BSRATD  Oim& TtSSOtVTO  B. X. W4UCK,  aUUBLa\snnBt LAUD, QcbssoI Maeager  Paid-up capital. 910,000,000  Reserve Fua4, -  A AAA AAA  W *���������!���������������*''��������������������� WW������  Breaches throughout Canada, tod Ss tbe Us.tcd States a  aaul  ���������BKt tos^essasss  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Deposits of $1 and upwards are received and interest **dkrood at current  rstes.    Accounts  msv bs o^ens*! sis th* s������s������?s ������f &&& @r  more persons aad withdrawals made by any  one of them or by the survivor. im  FSBOT B. WOWUXR, MANAGER ORBSTOK BRANCH  I Starfcep & do.  Wholesale  Prevlaleaa,   Predace,   Fruit  OJnaaiml OManlwtOB. Mwetuuau  NELSON        - B. C.  SlU.  t������3  77*/ QTOfv at  OARVPP'Q  HARNESS AND  \^rlf\V Eif\ O      IMPLEMENT  STORE  Tlte Creston  cRewie?fr  c^asittgtjarss^ijitejssacfVss  PnWiohad every   Vriday at Gkraeton, Bsitiah Colmmhia, by the Crostsa Pab-  {hUw Os., at thsir sfics, 31*������t S*^*** n---^-  ���������lOSTMSOM  Masager.  3������������Sfs Q-. ScsuTos.  Editor.  *  *  ! Orange Quinine Tonic *  Sabsoriptloa, $8 00 a -year, in advance.  SS-Bay Metises, p; SO, if 50; SO, ii������  ���������&B* JU������*i������vr it th* acknowledged advertiaing modititu ot ika Craipoa valley, cir-  emUtia-f in over one thonaand homes throughout the Creston diatrict. Onr  dttlunns are open to correapondanta on live q*ae������tiona of local intereat. Oca-  ���������arihatiens moat be brief, written on one side of the paper only and signed, net  ���������eaeeaarily for pnblleaaioa, bat es evidenee of good faith. We invite support  te ear eadeaveara te iaereaae the naef nlneaa of the Review "by briaging in yonr  aAvertiaeaaeaea, anbeoriptiona and news. Complaints from eubacriber* ae to  eea-raoelpt ef paper will he promptly attended to. Address all eomnraaioa-  CSoaa to tibe editor.  *s  41  3  iui     (.aaatb  The attention of the editor has been j WHAT THE KKVIEW KNOWS  drawa tn a matter which, ia tbe opinion  of 83veral of oor leading re-ddents interested in the welfare of the children,  Fhoald receive the consideration of the  school trustees.  In all up-to-date schools throughout  the province some system of physical  drill, either the Swedish movements,  the Sandow or military- and extension  drill, is included in the corriculum.  Even in sush a healthy place as Creston  these matters should require attention.  The deportment of some of the children  one sees around the streets is by no  means perfect; there are a surprising  number of round shoulders and ungainly  walks, not because of any lack of  strength, but simply for want of a few  lessons in deportment.  There are in Creston several qualified  ineu with past arniyVexperience 'who.  could give this drill two days a week.  If the Swedish extension exercises were  adopted, both boys and-girls could participate, and we are convinced this  would be to their great advantage.  5  1  DUILIC  Is a Toaic p epared especially  "Run Down" feeliag so common during  Summer and Fall.  If you feel tbat you teqiiire a Tonic that  will act quickly and surely,  ^    UiHiigll    vUiiiiiiG  DOLLAR BOTTLES  We Can Recommend it  SUNDAY HOURS  Creston Hotel  .yum  -  y -^**.  \ Hotel of tie  Y  We have been favored with a circular  from Department of Agriculture, drawing attention to the prevalence of the  Canadian, or "Cursed" thistle.  Tha Thistle Act provides that any  person, owner, lessee, or occupier of  bind, upon which land or half of any  road adjacent thereto, Canadian thistles  shall be growing, and who being informed in the prescribed manner of the  presence of suoh thistle, shall not effect-  nally destroy Bime, will be liable to a  penalty not exceeding $20. The act  recommends that the thistle be destroyed  by keeping the plants ont down even  with or below the grouud, and the roots  if possible, dug or plowed up. Under  no oircun^stanceB should the plant be  allowed to seed.  That wine and women rule the world,  and that if the present Prohibition wave  continues, the women will soon have the  field to themselves.  That one reason why youni*; fellows  find it bo pleasant to go down hill is  that they always fall in with so much  pleasant company on the way.  That the livery men of Creston are  complaining of clack times since the  bellss of the Creston Hotel left town.  That a special Providence watches  oyer children and ''drunks."  That a well-known -resident of Oreston  has been heard to declare that the reason he likes living here is because" -*Oi  like shootin' the bloomin* *awks," aad  you can't do that in Trafalgar square.  That if the present progress of aviation costianes unchecked, the navies of j ss  the world won't be worth more than the >'  price of scrap iron in five years* time.  9 P'ln,  ^-.j  p.m. to  For the sale of MEDEC1NBS ONLY  $  OU  will make   no   mistake  whea ysu get off the train  if y-dtt sign the register at  tbe  Crestoa '5w������t������l.       Travelling  ������aa<������aa      will      ������������������������������������*������������*?������*������     *"lT5?e Wa  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished ia  i a manner up-to-date.  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  l^ssebermes. Ranchers* Tourists  and Commercials.  I Creston Drug& Book Co. | f Moran & Mead _ . Pfops  W. A. McBEAN, Manager  WHAT THE REVIEW WANTS  TO KNOW  Who is really  the  champion  weight boxer of Creston ?  light-  Greston Wine & Spirit Go.  to be   successful  rpquirea  union of two fond hearts.  %r -������_~ s��������� ������*��������� 1 a f������  iuu rv ur* uniwo   .  With a Oood Sm^ke  every time vou light a oigar youi  buy here. "���������   ^    y  For a smoke that gives genninej,  soothing enjoyment yon** will  always have it by smoking oor  Alway* Fr������>sh   -Miafj <vx|������������������a mm  S. POOLS  Pr������p.  tv'ti** rtfymnrig ts www wa b * yggga e b'bVb'b tnnryryy ginryygyB'i'B w$ ir>  We are Ag������-itts fer M^LaM-ghlln  Democrats.iuseias. Wagons, etc.  w,  You Save Money by eoasuhiag us before  Buying Elsewhere.       EssyTerms  If   C  ii>       *  ar   a  m w mm  r&EATH  -���������teaVafjTa   -Xaflfaaaffafe    Ja.   JL    JL  JL  ry  CRESTON i  ���������sanfljo a i aw tt jj.flAg auuuiR a jpui.pj'm a b ,q t gjuuuu> o a a bju>julaJ(  A very aerious situation has arisen  along tho traok of' the K. V. line running through the CreBton valley, ia oon  sequence of tbo Q. N. Railway Oo. in  read justing tho right of way, taking in  large tracts of land which havo been  bought by, and alwavs troated as, the  property of the ranohers.  The lands along this Hue wero surveyed by provincial officers before being  aold by the government and wero pre-  Humably granted on the baBlfl of suoh  surveys. The G. N. survey gangB are  now moving tho fonce line back from its  old position to a new place, taking in a  hundrod feet right of way. In many in-  Btancofl this now fonpo cut right through  orchards and cultivated land, wbilBt in  at leant ono instance the fenoo will run  through tho corner of a barn enctod  aome time ago by the owner of tho laud  in good faith, after tho government snr*  yey had shown tbo place to bo well away  from the limit of the rallwav property.  A good deal of hard fooling haa boon  aroused by theao high-handed proceed-  iuga. The ranchers also complain that  the railway ooiupauy are building a  barb wire fenco, whioh they would not  bo allowed to erect through occnplod  lands in tho United Stated, and whioh ia  contrary to tho spirit of tho new Canadian Fencing Aot, thnrtly coming into  force, and local reaidenta remark bitterly  that these foreign railroad corporation a  *ui*������m to croaa the linn and oarry out a  polioy on tho Canadian sldo of tho bor  rier which would not bo toloratod la  thoir own conntry. Somo of tho ranch*  era aro of opinion thnt if tho government  cannot atop theso proceeding!, thon oth*  *r means will have to be taken, and on*  former haa already ordered thn trea-  iwuwwra off hia land at tho point of a  Winahoiter.  In the mmntim**! Mr. .1, H. Hchofli-ld,  M.P.P., la ox-paotad hero t.i look Into tho  ���������matter, and it la hoped nothing rash will  be dono until tho whole anbiootlma been  -gono into and tho rlghta and wrong* of  tho 6fti������ Investigated,  - Why people, who know better, bntton-  hole every stranger who comeB into  town and tell him he can't buy wild  lands here for les3 than $200 an acre ?  Why such people fail to see that when  they get their littlo hammers out and  knock this district, in which they live  and earn their bread, that they are aiming a deadly blow at themselves ?  What has become of tho Alamazon  Olub, the Oreston Pigeon Shooting Aoso-  olation, and the Game Protective Assooiation; and whether they have been  permanently filed away under tho heading of "unfinished business."  How many of the young ladies of  Creston are already polishing np thoir  shoos ia anticipation of the winter  dancing season.  I The Greston  Blacksmith.  Repairing of all kinds  done. Horse Shoeing  a Speciality. -   -   -   -  MaBaaaaaBnHawHaanaBaHMMHiWHWi  Black -smith Shop directly behind  Oreston Realty & Timber  Co.'s Offices N  A, S, MOORE, Creston  Mr. Newton Beers, tho well-known  society entertainer, will bo in town on  Saturday, August 30th, and will givo an  ontortainmont iu tho Mercantile Hall,  under tho auspices of tho Wild Roso  Lodge, No. 80, K. of P. Speaking of  this talontod ontortalnor, tho Bob tan  Herald say a:  "Mr, Baorn uot only rooltos liis ploy0.  from memory but also possossos tho gift  of being able to so ohnnero hia voloo and  action as to onablo him to differentiate  tho various poraonallties of tho characters  In the story of tho piny as ho proceed*).  This faculty makes hia entertnlnmeut  intonnoly intoroatlug to nil ngoa nnd  olai-uter*, who do not find a dull moment  duriug tho hour and a half iu whioh ho  holds thoir closest attention."  Provinoial Constable Qunn haa to.  turned from Sirdar, whonco ho proceeded on information from tho section mon  there that a warlike detachment of Cox-  ey'ti hobo army woro outon tho warpath.  The night of P. O. Guuu acted liko a  charm and the throo truculent sundown*  ors decided to continue thoir movemant  snd loft tbo aamc day for Nolnon.  NOW  V  Is the Time to Renew  llXQLllS&attg  ORANBROOK - B. O.  Tha  Funeral Director  s  A. MIRABELLI  THB    CRBBTON  SHOBMAKKR  Boat Workmanship  Boots oaa 8ka������s Wavio ��������������� Ordar  ��������� S-HJdaiifi-r  Your  Subscription to  The  REVIEW  Veiliagi. Ladiea'  and  Children's Stilor*.  A. fine assortment df Ladiet'  Waists, from $1. Infants1  Silk Bonnets, etc., etc.  Mrs. M. YOUNQ  Fourth Street, Craiton, B.C*.  Say, Jokmlt, can you tell  mo Mc** / can Ure a Good  Saddle Pony}  Sm^el   Try th<  AU the Latest in JHtats,    I f** Q CT O T*/^ K I  Flowers, Ribbons aad       VSiLO S U!N  LIVERY .  1  Creston Hardware & Furniture Co.  Under New Manage;  tuaCn?  Cupbpards. Kitchen Cabinets, SldeboBrds,  Extension Table*, Dressers and Commod**,  AI50 Stoves and Bnamel Ware, Iron Beds*  Springs, Chlld'ft Cribs and 0o������Cart������, Couchef*  Blankets, Pillars, Carpet:, Matting, etc.  <PLUMBING AND TINSHITHING WORK  The Riverside Nwseries, ^ig"**  It th* NBAMOBV *UIt8imY to th* OBBSTOW DISTltlCT. ,  Btook ������vriv������������ Im IfmiSH, HBAT������TRY CONDITIO*  For Prices, tie, writ* to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON. AC������nt. Crtiton, B. C.  It's the BMSTINnOWN.  Tkere's a Goon Dr** and  Ttanafa in connection. Abo  Green and Dry Wood*  *    -- -* *  Cameron Bros.  PROPRIETORS  Wo are now handling  AU LOCAL KILLED MEATS  Fresh BEEF  PORK  VEAL and  SMUTTON  Fresh Fish, Halibut  Salmon, Trout, etc.  P. BURNS & Go.  LlmUfd  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Clothes! Clothes!!  I bav* Cpontd a  Clothes Cle*ntng> ^Pressing  md Repairing Establishment  in ia* pmnU-H- formerly oooapltd by  th* OfMtoa Baktry ou  SIRDARAVENtm  Q������ihis Prtifid 'tohlte yott %*lt,  Srtnf U y*r CUthti  atUfawMaMMMa  MMMKMMNMMMi  IM THID BWPUWSiK ������pU������ML* OV  ��������� rife'��������� ~"~ -���������-*"-���������  imiriBH oouvmnx y  In the matter oltha .T������(l������mB������t Act anil la,  ��������� '-ilivmontriKKivprflii in the Hu������  Hcltmii  Columbia, by nm  ilu " ^ ���������"  nt  nn  Uio matter of nJiultfmontriKKivorflii in tlm Hu    Vr irr"'-*'        ���������'*������������������*     '  utilu  , for  nntn .t  UOl'tl  tuxoi  m  niome Court 0  (J  U  U  HI  ni  tl  JrtiHiou Iviuruwutilu 0<i!������i������i������iy {.t^.^hgaliiHt.  1  ���������I  TAicVHiv  iviuruwutilu cioi������i|ii}iiy f.m,,.u������auiNi.  Uoortto Munro, for ������1AV0.7A ana ooat* to in*  Hon  *   ���������  inrt  thi* Land Jtej  l������j-eiT, WiiiolVi'oiiW'wofo ���������ubii'nwently tiixmt  ivciOA and aiwi'tlrtqUo of wliich j������i(1������ijioiit  OA and a uoitlrtciUo of'  "lv   'M(ry Oflio������ at NalHonTn.o;  tlmt a.motjon win bo niiirtft  tlio  oiior  h������ari1, fwr an orrtar dlnjutunr iuul ordorliut  that that ������l������io<> w norcel oflana Kltnato Jn  UtMUinay hinttlet,Proving of I������Hil������h Colmn-  bin and bnownamt donorlboaaii1 tll^oml|,m^p.  llttlr(}i)orll^ookTwoo>r Lot ������13, (Jronp ono  (n K<>ol������nny JPIatrlet, m������p 7uoa, nnd con-  inlnitisf twmity (*i������ aor<*H moro ������r ion������. bo ������oia vv  to rcalliie th������ nmoiint paynhlo iimhir HioJiuIk-  in������l*t an montlonotl nboyo unit to nil (jj-oiIiioim  %w-,]   th������*������l ,  onua* Nt  thnt von  tn nfinw  why tlm  wild land* or a ootniiet nnf. pnrt t liortoi nhouiit          fit torr*������������������������������������--   d "jtti  oin*il   , ncrtlnan.   .  by yon to another or������(ili������irN,eiim in nurmiii or  not b������ ���������ofrt to r������iillNK tli������ nnionn 1, pnyuM* nn'-  j���������      *T jmiKmcnt anil iniuniNt     . ittwllmr with jlm ho������in or   ���������  tlieio proiWrtlna*]. a*i<l ttiu uniniint imynhin  dorthniafd Jinl-jmnit and IniuniNt piiyablo  tlimon, toiwiliur with ilio hohn or nhU* u>  ttidiopm  -"-  your������nowin������~������Ufco~n^  may 6* m������rt������ in yonr nhKnntio.  pwUKtat N������lton, tho mil day of Antttmi,  ' TO  GBOWOKMUNnO,  llolloltor* tor Croion M������ro4uaUi������ Oo, Lid'  * /.������  *^,  mmmmmmmm  . .Jww.iv.w^.���������^���������'"^J  ,.\..U^r ttefi ce������s������>& fc&vuiw  ia .-M-^v..i^^fa~^^jjfamaltM  S-f-Yiv-n ~-l*zi~i~*������. s.-^^^u^^tp. i:^^*a*x*^'^^ssf*M*Xt*rti*itfi\rti*, manm,.  *��������� -   ^       *  I'.  alama smrt nn���������i r*~"���������  a. n iriihi**irWaaWia������ /iSia,**?iiinwSai  1    '  j^MMMMMMaaaNSSSSSSjt.^  ggBg8888**^BaSgWS*S*9SS*^3!  as  i4re \>oa looking for a Location for a Home ?  IF SO, READ ON  A, Good and Safe ^Buy .  Gao acta of land, all oleared and level,  and ready to build on. In tho center of  the Town, situated on tho main Residential street. Fine eite for a House, with  plenty of ground for a garden, or Lot  could he Bub-divided into Town Lota.  Price $1200  A Paying Investment froth  jne Grass Roots  3GG0 Shores in a Local Company, pay=  ing 18 per oent. dividend., Owners' require cash to invest in Craston-preperSy..  will sell at par value.  A Ready Home  20 Acres, partly improved; 4 miles  from Creston, on main government road;  ���������water on property. "This year's crop,  house, pony, "buggy, harness, boat, tools,  _SH.. *. . . j,      i fc_������.T.a        oa ..  ������UgB pUU-HiAjr,        ���������������������������>        *SSW53������h������!rf       =������������=?!*=  included.  nuu    uGuSouCiu.   SuoOts  Price $3,000  Ageats  British Columbia Life Assurance Co.  Head O&ce, Vancouver, B. C.  UL  Tho Oreston Valley baa more than proven itself to bo  the best adapted and most successful Frnit District in  British Columbia. Not alone in fruit, but in vegetables  and flowers does it excel, not to mention tha salubrious  eliEsaft������ (froo feosa frost) end all the other necessary conditions thfit go fe? srslis It an ids*! spot for a home for tho  f?ci* rftnc&s? asd ?������������������������?  C-*gffl*s to the Crsstsa Valley asd be "f res  of nenrouanegg, worry sad anxiety, and  eajey good health.   ^���������'*  Sole Agents for the  "Family, Butter Merger"  lib. Butter and i pint Milk makes albs.  Butter  Stock and Frnit Farm  26 Aores at Wynndel Junction; creek  running through and good government  road to property; 1% acres light olearing, suitable for fruit and vegetables;  balance meadow land, good for pasture  and hay.  Price $75 per Acre  cIbwn   Property  WE have the exclusive handling of  the ohoice Building lots in Barton Addition of the Crestou townsite.  Thoso Xtots "v?sH only bo on ths marks,  np to tha first of August, and are conceded to be the cream of the Townsite. for  residential purposes, having a fino sitna*  ion overlooking tho valley.  <A Snap  10 Lots and Rouse, 24ft. x 13ft., with  kitchen 24ft. x 10ft.; within stone's  throw of Oreston O. P. B. depot; good  chicken house and run;  6 lots cleaned  ert-5 ������������������?*���������������> C~m*..cs ������.lenl������.J .     K   lst^c.    ������.l������m������>A^  bnt net oleaned. This is a special for  this week. Owner going away. Price  not for publication, but it -will astonish  j on if yoa are a genuine enquirer.  .*"' ",W-!  .     >' i.,    c) \K  ci        *~ f-. p.  '       u ' -   f���������V ST.  ' -.,'  We are the men Ifrbo sell the Land that Grows the Big Red Apple  I* .1.(1:  * Kelson Land. District���������District of  West Kootenay  Tako notice that I. Sed G. Cbatem, of Montreal, Quebec, married woman, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following  described land: , '<".  Commencing at a post planted on tbe north  bant of Summit Creek about 10 chains south  ofthe northwest corner ot D. 8631, tbence Bo  <-ha!ns north, thence 80 chains west, thence 80  chains south, or to Hummlt Creok, thence  along Summit Creek to point of commencement, containing 640 aores, more or less.  Dated July 22nd, 1910. - -  SKDG. OHATEM, Applicant  EDWAKD FERGUSON, Agent  Kelson Land District���������District of  West Kootenay l  ,?abe notice that I, John Stevenson, of Toronto, Ontario, salesman, lnteud to apply for  permission to purchaso the following described lands:  Commencing al a post planted about SO  chains from the north bank of Summit Creek  and about 7 miles from lis moutb, thence 40  chains south, thonco20 obalns east or to Summit Creok, thonco along Summit Creek to  Cecil Goodchlld's southeast corner, thonco 80  chains west to point of commencement, containing 100 acres, moro or less.  Dated July 21st, 1010.  JOHN STEVENSON, Applicant  EDWARD FERGUSON, Agent  cMcmpEAK^S Store of plenty  Fancy Vests in all Colors.    , 70 Pairs  of Moleskin Pants.  li  ^jJFhe citizens of Sirdar have got a fine  %o������hibit of frnit and garden produce* in  the dining oar of the passenger train.  The editor spent so long examing same  that the train got under way and he had  tovexeouta a dive round the brakio stood  oh the step in order to make a landing.  A...  Nelson Land District���������District of  West Kootonay  Take notico that I, Earl Qoodehild, of Toronto, Ontario, salesman, intend to apply for  permission to purohaso tho following described lands:  Commencing at a pout plantod at tho south  oast corner of JCtUol Uhfttour's. application to  purchase, thonco 40 chains west, thonoo 40  flialDB sonth, thonoo 40 chains east, or to  Hummlt Creek,'thonoo along H\unmlt Creek  to point of commencement, containing ioo  noros, moro or less.  Datod July 2i������t, 1010.  JDAKL OOODOHILD, Applicant  1CDWAUD F10rt(JUHON\ Agent  Good Selection of Ties and Gents' Furnishings  We have ioo pair* of Boys* Overalls  for ages from 5 to 15  Wall Paper in numerous selections  At Low Prices  . There are others besides the editor  Who can appreciate the horse at its trne  worth.������"Who were those two Oreston  sportsmen whose horses got away from  them and gave them a chase of eighteen  miles across the country ? Six hours of  fishing and thirty-six honra of horse  hunting.  Nelson Land DlstrlcW-I  West icortuniu*  -District of  lay  '  Take notice that I, Ethel Oh litem A of Mon*  Ironli Quebec, spinster, Intend to apply for  permission to purchaso the following den-  orlbort land*: "'��������� ' * .*���������' "��������� A'7"y"A-.���������".'''��������� A''''/,,,:'  Gnmmonolngnt a post plantod. nbout<On*  nnd ono'balf miles distantaud.tn tin oustorly  direction from tho mouth of I'laoor Creek, ou  Who- north bank or Hummlt,Cruelty thenoo.  10 ohnlna wost, thonoi* 40 nliMns north, thenrw  ,40' alialiis t'ukt or to diunmlt Creek, thsnoa  along mimmIt Creek to i>..lnt of cammsucc-  iiranl.���������conlftlnlHB 1W acros, mors or less.  Hcftnt'  Agent  Nolson Land District���������District of  West Kootenay  Tako notice that X, Jamas Chatem, of Mon-  troal, Quebec engineer. Intend to apply for  P*,1"a'������al05 to purchase the following described lands: ,- '  Commencing at a post planted on the north  bank of Hummlt Creek, about in unites trom  the mouth or said" oreok, tt*enes;1a) chains  west, thonoo 00 chains north, thenorSO chains  cast, or to Bummlt Creek, thonoe along Mora-  mlt Crook to point ot commencoment. containing 160 aores, more or loss,  Dated July 22nd, 1010.  JAMES OHATEM. Applicant  EDWAItD FEHQOSOW, Agent  DuUd July 21M,. 1010.     .; ,  ;   ������������������-..        Sdwabd KEjiauaoW,  Kolson Land District���������Distriot ot  West Kooteuay  Take notico Miatr J,.IlJancbe Goodohlld, of  Toronto, Ontario, morohuut. intend to apply  for.pormlsslon to purchase tho lollowing dss.  cribos lands;  1 Oommenolbg at a post planted about nine  miles rrom tho mouth of wummlt Creek and  norther);    "   ,_j north, t . ,  lonep ao challis south, thonoe 80 chains west.  to point of commenoomont, containing il  uores, mure or loss.  Dated July aaiirt; 1010;  ,  ,, i������LA WOKJbUiOoi>CHi?JD, Appiioaui  1CDWAU1J FKUGUttON. Agsnt  about 400 feet northerly from  said orsesT,  iciice SO ohajns north, thoncci 30 chains esst,  tji  tl:  Fair Cares for ^Babies  An innovation in the nnrsery will .bo  provided by tho Spokane Interstate Fct*  this year. Babies wili be admitted free  of ohnrgo, oared for and closely guarded  whilo Inland Empire mothers aro enjoying thomeelvcs at tho fair. Thin year  the nnruory will be maintained by Spokane olttb women who originated the  Spokane day nnrsery, whioh has proved  suoh a god-sond to flpokono motJhors nu-  nble otlior wise tb provido for their little  onea.   Tho tots will bo pvovldod with  MURPHY'S LODGING HOUSE  Is now open for Lodgers and Transients  i    Rooms by the Day, Week or Month  at Reasonable Rates  All the rooms are w.ell   furnished, and special  attention is given to the cbmfort of our  guests.     Hot and Cold Baths.  .        NolHOh Land Dlstrlet-^Dlitrlot of  v    West Kootonay *,  Take notion that I. Kthfil Ltiolmell. of Tor-  .onto,Ontario,spinstor, intend, to apply for  A permlQMon t������������ purohaso thu following don-  orlbftdlands; .     A   ,    .-ly. ., '  Commonolngat. a posit planted to tho south-  oastoorhcrorJ, W, ii'ermmlti's ������pi������llcatloa to  'purchase, thtncis ������0 ehal������*������ north, thence 40  chains oust, thenoe 40 uhalns south, thence .40  dlialns wuKt, to point of onminoiioomout, oon-  talnlnir tno acres, moro oMess.  ���������XPm ^'^teterCWELL. Apnllcant  fcDWAUD lUCllCJUBON, Agont  Kolson lJ������nd Dlstrlel^-Dlslrlot oi  Wost Kootonuy   ���������.,  Take notice that 1. Fj-ed Htevonson, of Toronto, Ontario, printer. Intend to apply tor  pcrml'ilon to purnhssn the following d������s>  ������irU������������������UuiJ������l������;      .   ���������   i .   ti.- A ^   ... ...  OAmmenelnp* at a post nlAntod at tho south.  ������hmI. corner or ICnrl (looilohild's application to  purchiM*. thsnoa 40 chains vwn, thsnes ������o  i-hnltis south, thenco 40������halus cant or to Hum*  'mlt Creek, thenoo along Hummlt Creek to  pntnt or Mimmancomenti oontalning 160 aorns  : Nelsoirt Land Dlatrlit-DHtrlot of  y-������������������;���������..'���������y..w������ -  onto         .,  Ply for pormuoi  described lands  Commencing at a post nil  mlt.Crutu, about ohs n!lW  food and^lth oloitn inviting cota on  whioh they can visit slumberlanii whilo  their mothors soo tho fair;. A. oorpa of  women will ht in oharge.  mors or Irtt*, ���������, . ...������  ivtjwi July OlnL, 1010.  ^V^A^fdVuMK;  at  ���������stKootanajr  nw Ontario, married woman, lnteud to an-  ������y M Pir.wjwon to purolmse the following  planted near Bum.  soutbwoitcornifnrMintii* O*^ohr m'a^SS  plication to purobM*. thonoci tn> abalns north,  jlienoe 40 chains eist. thence <*o chains sonth,  thonoe io chainswest, to point of oommenoar  mttnt, contivlnlng CO acres, mora or Im*.  Datod lulywrid, 1010, Yy',.y    ,  VINA OOODOHILb, Applicant  ���������L_y . , ,y    .' .-''...'���������''' --''��������� ������������������ ;���������'->'.,..''.'������������������'  Notices of Application for  Renewal  of Liquor Licenses  Tftke KoMoa that I, A; North, or III rdar, 0.0  Intend applying to.the Hupurliilendsnt nf  I'rovlnclal l-oildoat- Victorlu, atthe exnlra-  tlon ofono month from the date hereof, for*  thi* renewal of tho rut������l* )Uiuur Hu^um* iimlii  by too Ihr tha promises known ss ths Hlrdar  UoUjI. ultuiited at Hlrdar. B.O.  Dated at Hlrdar, W.U., August llth. 1910.  POtt SA.LB���������Two -good milk oowi.������  Apply to O. O. Kodgeri-  -.,  Creston Musical Society  On Monday evoning thero was ������ woll  attonded mooting of the CroMon Ama<  tonr Mnsioal andComedy Soorleay. Mlsi  J. Johnson kindly noted as hostess, and  the party* gathered In tho JbbuBoa homo  at 8.80. Mnsioal Blreot<>r Dnrhyihijre  was in ohargo and it was decided to won A  for tome qnortctto and trio muslo whioh  would be reooivod early in Boptembor,  when aotlre -practising ia to oommenoe.  Bevernl mmloal itonis vrcro effootlvoly  rendered by Mrs, XUmo Wd Mr. Gibbs,  whilst Mlit J. Jobniojft and Mil Moore  accompanied the slniww. A melodious  rendering of that oM fayorltn, '���������Btreet  andI^w,''Dythei������iiudvolo#i\f������������ the  ifot������waU turn of Mb aoloyaVle evsnlug.  to arfciHTf Tirrn urvEimpaiQHAhX  ������ And cxmore>ss  ��������� ���������   ���������mM(UTARVf/lf������iANyW #  QffltJOSEPVl ahd the BATTLE .OE  A 4 ao.oo6.ob RACC program  WMlfiS F/M0USIT7VLIAH BAUD &&*  w mewism will excel.  j  ���������./.���������  n  SISIaMialWrMIW  aa>������tf*SPl"������f11  IGSHHfiEKIi  RAILWAY  ' -   H'-  -.3-1  I' * J<       '    >,;)  SPECIAL RATES  TO .       "       ''  Toronto Exhibition  Aug. 27th fo Sept. &2th  Tickets on Sole Au-juat 19th to  September 8rd. ���������<  ���������  Final Return Limit, Sept. 28rd, 1010  Tramolt Limit, 10 days in eaoh direction <  For fall particulars apply to nearest  Agent, orto���������  R. G. McNEILLIE,  District Fassengor Agent,  Cau-ary, Alta  A Are, which threatened to destroy  the ranch, broke out on tho Jefferson  ranch Wednesday. Provinoial Constable Gnnn, in response to a tolephone  message, went to tho scene of the bln/i������,  and after hard work the' Aw: wa������ put  out. Atonotimothobfu;nandbnUdlnpB  woro in great danger; and.orilr by ubIur  wot saokiug and o lrtrfco quantity of  water was the piano saved.  Constablb Gunn also asBlstod In pnt-  tino- ont a lire on tho Oartwright pliieio  tho same day.  :  |'."lw vs, jmniruM i'.rriui da^c^L', ���������   ���������  I;��������� .���������   J"fOTDUCXDRAll*tt*aY'Ii������rES\    " I  l/i  lsmo^n.Mupt)������ono^ie^^r^a.pmzt,\Mrniim' ������|  ing  From $50 to $U5  <Per Acre  Plowing: a^ Harrowing  pone by the Acre;   y  All work guaranteed done promptly  and thoroughly.������������������������������������.  T. W.QUAlFi  ���������CRESTON  M  x;\  XyAy\  ��������� ��������� .. -.. i  ��������� '������������������. .���������������''. L  xxyii  ������������������ . ���������'(,���������':.'i..  '.i.-ji-  v������������������.-." i .  .' .'..i, -.1-;;'..  mmmlmmmmm  ���������iiliUaiUa  ....���������:.,*..:..���������  ���������������������������.���������  i..l  WyY-:Y,,. Y.,;..YAV,V)I  v.'-   ���������������������������"'���������",''���������;;.'''^SiivJ  .."'..;.- :...--,;mV-w-.,i,,.n;-|  ,: 1       ���������'.'..,.*.,.;��������� ry.iX.; 'f.l'J,,;^!  Ylt.,������.iliVt3i'l.i:i-.S3i������*!>:������lA*.:1..1U������*ll:l V&JW* ** lYMC** -MyflM-fl.^A^KH^^V^J.J <#f������n *t������**A������������*5*^arnw  ������-i1TS3������5S*B������t-������S/i*,������  OfSlM^kS-V^WU  *--'-,w,r  iy'Y' ;-f,*y -  -* -  y>--.-  -...���������^   ,,y,.Y  ^.V' h.y-- ���������.--���������"*������'"^-y   ^vi��������� v-^'^vK-''''"-----^ IT"  ' '      "*   Y    i. \  - ' -      . -<      ' ' i    -(' *       ���������   "   ��������� ^  II  if  h  i*i*  I  ro*  ii  THE' ,CUEST6N,' B.C: 'REVIEW:   J" ^ ' -"-v "* ���������~  -i, .  "B.-P." AND KING.  How Tliey Talked Over the Boy Scout  Movement.  Puff Paste.  Wash all the salt from three-quarters  of a pound of butter and work it into  a quart of sifted flour. Have aU ingredients and utensils very cold. Add a tea-  eupful of ice water and when tho pastry  is worked to a mass with a -wooden  spoon turn out upon a floured pastry  board and roll into a sheet tkree-quart-  ters of an inch thick. Roll up and roil  out twice more, then roll up again and  set in a pan right on the ice for as many  ' hours as you wish before making into  pies of tarts or pastry shapes.  Cream  Cakes.  Beat the whites of two eggs to a froth  sad add as much cold water as there  were eggs originally; then beat in enough powdered sugar to make a stiff  paste. Flavor with vanilla. "Remove  stones from dates and fill the cavities  with the mixture.  [ HORRORS  SinWaCH TRR1IIRE  Grape Juice  Punch.  Put into a "bowl the juice of six lem-  cas and two oranges, a quart of grape  tuice and two cupfuls of sugar, which  _iave been boiled with a little water.  Have all the ingredients very cold before mixing, and last of all add one  quart of Apollinaris water. Ice water  may be substituted. Add slices of  orange, pineapple and candied cherries.  Squabs en  Casserole.  Singe; tiuss in good shape and put the  birds in a baking pan. Place in a hot  oven until browned. Make a sauce of  two tablespoonfuls of butter, two of  flour and a pint of stocii;  add a teas  poonful  of  kitchen  "bouquet,  CiJLOppC^*  onion, a small bay leaf, a third of a  teaspoonful of pepper, one scant teaspoonful of salt. Arrange the birds in a  casserole, pour over sauce, cover and  cook in oven one hour and a half. Serve } -any of his neighbors.  London Daily Mail: Major-General Sir  "li. S. Baden-Powell, speaking at King's  Lynn on the Boy Seoul, movement, said:  lt was only the day boioi'e he died  that King iidward isent for ine to Buckingham I'.ilciee to taik over the scheme  tor the xeview of the Bjy Scouts at  Windsor Which he had oulered. lie entered into the details mo=t fully. He  waa interested in the movcinen', and*  saw its aim almost before anybody else  in the land sa.w it.  At Balmoral lust year King Edward  look me aside and tilkpd to me for an  hour, having evidently studied the whole  thing, and being acquainted with its  details.    He  wis  immensely interested.  When lie kn-sw I w-iii about to leave  the Army���������1 do not know how he found  out, but be wa3 almost the first person  to know about it���������he sont for me and  said: "I hope it is not true."  "When I explained that I could not do  two works be said, "You are quite  rig-ht."  If he had only lived I am perfectly certain he would have doae very great  things to help *-*a on our wiv. 1 hsve  not yet approached our new Kins, but I  am perfectly sure���������-bpcvvise hr* a Wo has  spoken to me about it���������thjt he* will continue the interest that his Toyal father  took in our movement.  INDIGESTION     OF     A  -, MFETlMi  PROMPTLY, CUBED    BY  *' FRUrr-A-TIVES."  N. Y.Telephofe;Cfj.%endsTAbi1oad' &  Plea For Forb'earanc^-'  Minard's  Liniment   Co.,   Limited.  Gentlemen,���������Theodore Dorais, a cast<v  mer >jf mine, was comulet-olv cured of  rheumatism af'er fivt������ vear<? of suffering, bv the judicious use of MINA"RD*S  LIKTMENT.  The above facts can be verified by  writing to bim. to ihe. Parish Priest or  ~n the casserole thev  are baked in.  Lettuce   and   Grape   fr-ruit   Salad.  Cut the grape fruit arouad tire centre  in half, separating the meat from the  fibrous part with a sharp knife. Select  the heart of a crisp head of lettuce, and  put two pieces on each plate: over this  lay several pieces of the grape fruit;  a few cubes of pineapple may be added.  Frozen Apricots.  Cut one can of apricots into small  pieces, add one ^isxt q������ suijsr snd one  quart of water (which have been boiled together 10 minutes), the juice of one  lemon and two oran'ges. "When frozen.  add, if you like, one pint of sweetened  whipped cream, measured after whipping. This is delicious without the  cream.  A. COTE, Merchant.  St. Isidore, Que., 12 May, '9S.  V*(������4*������l������3:3,  Orange   Marmalade.  Slice taiu and teed a dozen _  three lemons and one large grape fruit,  Stand in a crock over night, then turn  into a preserving kettle and bring slowly to the boil. Simmer until the peel is  tender. Pcur off the jui^ce and measure  lt, then return it, with the pulp and  peeling, to the firo and add the sugar,  allowing a pound of granulated sugar  to every pint of juice. Simmer until tho  skin looks clear and tho mixture is jelly-  like. JPut up in glasses.  Fried Crumpets.  Work together a half-cup each of butter and sugar, add two well-beaten eggs,  three tablespoonfuls of cream or rich  milk, a teaspoonful of baking powder  nud flour onough'to mako a dough that  con be rolled out. "Roll very thin, cut  into long strips, make a slash in tho centre of each, turn one end through and  boil in hot fat. When dono sprinkle with  powdered sugar.  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house  Shows Motion oF Earth.  Dr. Charloa Forbes, of tho Department of Physics in Columbia University, has installed in Barnard College the first permanent apparatus for  tlte installation of the Foucault experiment, to bUow the motion oi the  earth. Dr. Forbes set up a temporary apparatus lor the experiment in  rit. Paul'**. Chapel o! Columbia University  eon.c   two  years  ago,  whieli  was described in those columns.   ��������� ������<> .    ���������.... ���������  Do not forget that every ten  cent packet of Wilson's Ply Pads  will kill more flies than three  hundred sheets of sticky paper.  .'  ���������������������   Electric   Steam   Shovels.  The advantages of an electrical shovel  ov������ir a steam shovel have recently boon  portrayed, Hhowing that wherever electricity is avallnblo at moderate rates,  tho electric shovel in much to bo preferred. Oire of tho great objections to  the steam shovel, wiyn the Scientific  American, is the fact that tho expenses  of a fireman must be paid, and the fuol,  ub weil as the water, have frequently tu  be carted for a very long distance.  Steam must bo kept up continuously,  despite all delays in operating the j  shovel, whilo for the electric shovel the '  mtnn arguments apply an nro made in  behalf of electric drive in mucliino shop*,  namely, that when tho Miovel in I dio  thero in no consumption of power, yot  the power is ready for instant uho when-  ever it is needed.  Some have no faith except when they  are feeding.  Saint's i-ighs may do more harm than  sinners smiles.  "Whe~ a man makes his own halo he  always gets  tsngied  up in  it.  Preaciers would got nearer to hearts  if they eared less for counting noses.  He cannot love his fellows who helps  one man to hate another.  Casting your care en the Lord does  not mean quitting your job.  There's a world "of difference between  borrowing trouble and sharing it.  . An honest prayer for harvest always  inspires a man to get out and hustle.  The man with an eye only for the  main chance usually pets off on the side  track of selfishness.  No man knows how much joy th^re is  in the world until he becomes concerned  i:: the  sorrovs  of others. \  It's not much use talking of giving  your heart-to God when you leave only  the fag end of yourself for your family.  Love enlarges the limits of life.  You can know true faith by it's foresight.  The seeret of right living is right living in secret.  We miss most of our blessings-by refusing btirdens.  You never lead men into truth by using it as a whip.  Nothing deceives its owner better than  pious conceit.  The lights of the /world never tell you  to watoh their. Bmoke. "   *  Life soon denies all pleasure to those  who deny themselves none. ' '  The man who likes people,can be led  to like any really good thing.  Some churches seem to mistake the  dinner bell for the meal.  It takes a lot of love, to hold bur chib  dren' from the snare of luxury.-; ...  , Many a preacher fails because while1  he guards the seed of truth sedulously  he knows nothing of the soil in which  he plants it.   '' ���������  Henry <F. Cope.  ���������^i > ^   ;'"-*;.*-* 7*-.****  Minard's'Unlmen.t used by physicians'  -   .      ~ 4 a at  >*    '    ", ���������)'��������� i.;  AN   UNEXPE-iED   PLEASURE.  1 eat hoaldoAthb waysldo and I hummed  And "i! wished tftat I wan aalllnff In o  pleasant   new   halloon,  i .,yy  When all at once an alrahlp came artiqat\  , ' " inur '-to ..the, cround,,,, ������������������������������������.��������� .,A<<iAAi*X  Ami  a  pleasant little Kontlomttn ��������� beside  me soon I found.  Ho wnlled a pleasant smile and said :  "Como talto a trip with mo  Across tho land and rivers ana . tha  mountains and the sea.'!y. ������������������;.  . ; x .  And 1 sold "I do accept your Invitation.  ''Mister Sir,"   *  .'���������:" ���������"���������"���������'.���������'��������� A'"' ",'������������������<���������  8o.I tntored the machino and .very, opon  he mado It stir.  .. .y'1.'', ',. ���������":',��������� ',  Mrs. J. R. Flock, of London, Ont.,  for years received the best medical  attention that Canada afforded.  Her nusband was a prominent physician, yet his skill and that bf his  colleagues, was of no avail in helping  Mrs. Flock. r   i<       .   ��������� ,  She writes, "I was a constant martyr to Stomach Weakness all my llfo  and no physician could cure me, but  'Fruit-a-tives' gave me , entire rcllof  and I eordlaliy recommend this titon-  ous fruit medicine to the public."  "Fruit-a-tlves" corrects all disorders of digestion, and Is a posltlvu  and speedy cure for Indigestion, Dyspepsia and Constipation.  "Fruit-a-tives" are sold by all dealers at *>0c a box, 6 for $2.50, or trial  bo:<.   -"���������",   or   may  he   obtained   from  Rural Free Delivery In tho South.  Throughout the mountain districts of  the south the mail W carried on horse-  buck. The pouch js ebout five feet long,  divided in two sections aud opens in the  middle. Half tho mail is put in each  side ot the sack and in "this way'it-is  canted on tlu* horse's back.  In the rough mountain sections the  work is tuiything but easy. Where there  are r.c r--vd��������� it ;s- luvrd work, ridlnir  through sstorsna, fording streams, climbing steop and rocky trails with almost  perpendicular cliffs above and below.  One misstep means death to horse and  rider on the locks, below.  The postmaster is notified to have the  mail ready by the too-.ing of the born  which, every mail carrier carries. He  blows tbe horn before he gets to tbe  post office, as n signal to be ready for  bim, so % that there, will be no delay in  making bis trip' on"'tim,e.���������Fur New?.  -O a ^  The Now York Telephone Company,,  a coiporation evidently not wholly soulless, sermonizes as follows in an advertisement recently sent abroad among its  buLsmbers, wherein is a' pica for for-  beuiia-.cc, concord and gentle speech.  "Uo over the telephone a*, you would  f.iee to face. The fact that a line of  wire and two shining instruments separate you from the persona with whom  you aie talki-ujj takes vnone of the sting  out o������ tliiS unkiftjl M^rord^ '"  "\es, indeiju, always remember tbat  a Loft answer turneili away wrath. If  it should happen occasionally that you  aie cut off in tho middle of a_conversation, or you cau not hear distinctly  or at all, or somebody is reviewing the  win'd's social > history while holding the  wire, do uot take it out on the unfortunate person with whom you are at  tempting' to' converse. Try and contain  youi'olf, keep "cool, patient and ^aweot,  be it ever so" painful. A quiet demeanor  and self-abnegation saves wear anil tear  on the nerves as well ns on the property ������i Vne telephone company. Anger,  mixed with piofanity of any sort, burns  ont too mtiny  fuses." ,  BRIGHT LITTLE ONES  MAKE HOME BRIGHT  Babies Lthat -are > well, sleep > well,  eat well and play well. They sleep  naturally and wake up good natured.  The bbiid that is not* rosy-cheeked  and playful needs prompt attention  for it is* uot well. A. sickly child can  be restored to health with a few  f   Babv's   Own   Tablets,   which  A meat diet   is   too   heating  Shredded "Wheat is the natural summer  food. Cooling, yet full of rich nourishment.  All the strength-giving elements of the whole  . wheat. A biscuit covered -with fresh, fruit is  enjoyable.     Serve with cream and sugar.  Sold by all tfrocer*, l3o. a carton, two for 25e.  2223  ygqg-afem^^  OLOUDS AND THB WEATHER.  ISSUE  MO. 26.  1910  VHJSrSS      u������  is^tbe direct and inevitable result ^of  irregular or constipated bowels ' and'  clogged-up kidneys and skin. The  undigested food and other wa*te matter which is allowed to accumulate poisons the blood and the whole, system.  Dr. Morse's .Indian* Boot" *Pills-"?ac������ directly on tbe hotels, regulating them���������  ou the kidneys, giving,: them ease and  strength to properly filter *,theJblood���������  and* on .the skin, opening up the'pores.  For pure blood and good health *teko  i 4  ���������Car"* a*.- eus'M n-^s.*^*^? i  cure ^olic. indigestion, constipation,  teething trbubtes "and the other disorders fiom which young children suffer M?s. Thos. ���������* Whiting, Waterford,  Out., says- "I have used Baby's Own  Tablets an my home for some years and  would not be without them. I find them  just tho right medicine for little ones. '  Sold bv medicine dealers or by mail at  25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockviiie, Ont. >  n    i  U��������� < . ��������������� i -  , .-       - Yv'k A-~  The   Unfashionable   Cradle.  Cradles are going out; children are not  wearlnpr them any more. People tell %us  Uiat, .TOclrtng - ls ^hygienic;.,, babies, according fo' &6afern-~iaetfV*shoul*a "goMo  sleep naturally In a stationary, germ-  proof bed. with antiseptic pillows and a  sanitized rattle. Sentiment may .save the  cradle for a little while, but sooner or  later lt will go to the dusty attic along  with the *alr,rcloth-5������ofa.srMayb^tth^ Infant of- to^morow will bear up somehow  under these 5������ccufliulated. jmlsfjjrtunes.  will struRRle tilons somehow ter *, maturity,  but  what  ab,o,ut  the  artFsts'-'Jhi-J? ppcts, ,  the songwriters?   What a' world of .sent!-    halibut on the bill or fauy   In this re  ment and melody has been ^oven'afOTnd    sp���������cfc  - ^mmeti the position "of, a na  6".   LVS������3> B-S-eSi'S''1  forecasts of Thunderstorms and Haii  ���������Violent  Drops  in Temperature.  Cloudy weather forecastfa made byDr,  A. do Qucrvain, of Zurich, are of the utmost scientific and practical importance. His deductions are based on the  familiar cumulus cloud "of warm summer days. * i/  Wlien reaching heights of six or seven  miles it becomes a trundle cloud. The  high floating top assumes the shape of  a fleecy ice needle ciciiu aud extends  sideways in anvil shape. The ordinary  cumulus cloud undergoes similar transformation at a level of three to four  miles, and so doss not lead to tbe formation of thunder clouds, but merely to  the production of fleecy, clouds.  Tbis sort of cloud can be regarded as  a presage of good weather. The veil-  Bhaped hooded clouds have not been sufficiently explained. Often they encompass the top of a quickly rising cumulus  cloud and until recently were thought  to be instrumental in the production of  hail. They are always found to be intimately connected with existing fleecy  clouds, and on the other hand presage  bad weather, occurring previous to  thunderstorms. *  Even such relibale presages of thunderstorms are the remarkably delicate  variety of fleecy clouds which are mostly found floating about four miles high.  On a** darker layeT Hhcy are superposed,  delicate white heads. These lofty curly  heads, generally in the morning, safely  predict a thunderstorm within twenty-  fpuiVfhours.j ivBy balloon ascents it was  iciund "that "the occurrence of these  cloths coincides with a violent drop in  the temperature.���������Chicago Tribune.   .<>���������������������.   - -   ���������  n     National.Dish of Canada.  One;1 cannot be long ,in any hotel'or  restaurant in Canada ��������� without    seeing  AGENTS WANTED.  START A TEA ROUTE TO-DAY. SEND  postal for circulars, or 10c for samples and terms. Alfred Tyler, London.  Ont.  FOR SALS.  XT* IRST-C-CASS GROCERY STOCK AND  -51      buildings  for  sale.   Address   Sydney  Smyth. 404i Talbot street, London, Ont.  r&������ a/  m. MarleFs Female Fills  SEVENTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD  Prescribed and recommended for women's ailments, a scientifically pre*  pared remedy of proven worth, ihe  result from their use Is quick and per.  manent.    For sale at altyd������*ug stores.  G. D. SHELDON  Investment  Broker  WA specialty made of investments  in  Standard   Railroad' and  Indus-  dtieeit$ilis!9er$iiv  ana College  OU. the recltlosa littlo gQntloroainlfljfnevor  will  forcet ' ' ' i'.'''. ��������� ���������''':' Yi ,:  Tne thlnna he dldt I havon't Quito 'recovered, from thom yet',     A '   y.    -  By way of juBt hc������lnnlna. as;*W0, roao  Into 'tho  air, ..-.       ��������� ,',yxi^Y'A'.'X,  Mo milled a .fence, alone with.!him,-,, and  nave mo uulto a ucaro, ��������� ,,, ^.^    y  Uut that was rcnllv<iioili'uiis lo.llietiilnUB  )it)   did   ������3   uu -I*. ""   -Y"  Aa  he  was ro-a'.ii*  w.'a*  In IiIh������������������ uIihIiiu*  car- balloon,, .   >      .,  Vou   talk   of   '���������">*'���������������������������������   iitit"li������'n,   tli-jy rv  culm and  ntw.t ar. I mll-l, ...  Compared to rockloap   airship     runners,  frantic,   .������������.���������.',   >rrl   wil-l..  Hu tcinocd off it .-'hrm.iviii.il hy ti'|i|ili*il  down a iroc.  **"i ���������  carried  off h   i.rjf ,'������r    w������������   ������������������  ���������������������H,v*  an  could   ho,       .      ���������������������������' ,    ,  ti    wl the  dcuflB   nil   ruiiitin.f   iiivl  ihw  fiMirfows Hwifiiv n?ii;  A* In the iilrKlil'i������car������l>Alloon he muiTt-l-  lously  uptfd.  A.nd then wo took a mountain top and  riuiiK It tn tho nlr,  A KKyficmnor  wo  hurried  through    nnd  loft u tunnel  thores  At luwt   I  nald  "Oh,  Mlntcr Sir,  I vory  iri-entlj"   fonr  That I hud hotter luirrv home���������it's rathor  chlllv hero."  And wli������n we lmiribd at my limine I nnnlt  ur<������n th������ n������������or  And UiwukJi i"J never no int" ������m ������ir-  nh)*> any mon*:  Rut nn 1i<j went away I lu-nrd the pontlorn nn dn-ciarn,  "Tli������>rr<'H itlw������v������ Nome cvcltMiuint whon  you'rft KaMlriBr In tlm nlr."  ������������������.-'������������������.   '   m m ��������������� ���������  Minn A.���������"Men alwiiyn tjiicn nie to be  younfjer tlmu 1 ������iu."   .Mi������������ *l.���������"71ifct*������i  Church  Built in a Day.  ,p?he Central Christian jG'hureh of Peoria," 111., tvos 'built in' record-breaking  time. It took just ten hours all told  to complete the structure ready for occupancy. One hundred and ninety men,  members of the congregation, started'  to work at eight .o'clock on the morning  of VMay 30, and at six o'clock the evening chimes on other churches throughout  town were rung to announce the completion of the building. Tho, Rev. Mr.  Turner, pastor of the church, conducted  memorial services in the church at n'^ht.  Tha material'for the building was given  by various concerns in Peoria and other  cities.���������The ChristianJ,Hijpald. v'r -, *  .    .. -    <��������� *������   It is estimated'tKat'-sev.en thousi  and children die wee&y* in New  York from bowel complaints mostly caused by the'house fly. If  there aro children in your house  use Wilson 'a Fly Pads freely and  persistently; and/ tlitis ireiduce the  risk to, a minimum. y  ��������� -.,<��������������������� ..'., .....���������.- '  Such a Bore to Dress.  V A belated traveller who:, was 'compelled to stay all night inAh'ybnckwoods cab-  in-down in the..Little. River country.in  Oklahoma says tliat Boon, after'the fn*>.  !gal meal a tall, gaunCyouth of 18 aiid  an equally sd.llowtriiynds;gannt, girl of V1T������  both' barefooted;'' took (their hat& fro^|  ���������wooden pegs jinvtho. wall ifand dropafed  to go but,, wljpi"������iiyp"pii^h;e^mhther  Ing her pipe froin between licv. teotlv;  said, reprovingly:'  "Go 'long an' witsli yonr feet, Levi;-  you and Lobly, bothl Hain't you 'shanvi  ed" to go off to dpyevoiiiri, party without  waBhln,:ybur';fcct^.fVvA':"';'V'V'y ..,  Thoy oboyod,;j,butjVosVyLovl took"'the-  wnhhpiiri from njybcn^ii'liy^tlie ; door hoi  Baid with' rt grnmbjoiy A:;; ������������������.'.'���������.'��������� ���������'',,;, ���������'���������������������������    - ,vi ������������������  "I'd 'bout as' Boon ii'sthy, liomoi from ������  pavty ho to liayoV(t'o'''flx up', for it.?'>    /.  '���������A '''���������'��������� ' immrimym������{*49'^'10<mmw ������-'tJ    h  Murlno Bye IturhodyXUv iovoo Bore Byoo,  atvenvthons "AV.oalCJSxee., pooim't Smart,  Soothes ,jaye'.'Paln;>ar.di.BollBjt for Bpc. Try  Murine In Your Wj'ca and^ In Baby'������  Eyes for Scaly yc3yoli<Jo /and Granulation,  ''... - -, ��������� ,a , *������������������*���������> -  ,   The Profosior Know. ���������  An absont-mlninVd aorman professor Aat*'  tnchod to a unlvorBlty^n[Washington discovered tho-other dny that he had loft  his umbrella semowlioro. As ho had  vxrlttd three litorou. lio thoutfht It muit  Licln orteofthom, ao, ho Btartod huclcand  cnllod at all; thr-joylnUurn. ���������    .  ������������������No  umbrella  hae beon   found  here,*'  the nfofeu������or won told,In tbo��������� flmt store'.-,  ThoOerman nhruRRed *hlH shouldora and  went out.  At tlio noxt utore tho tinme rtiRponse  was; made; whereupon * the nrofeuoor  nhruufc-ed hl������ nhouldoro once more, and  went; to. the third, <>atabl|shment. Thore  ho foiind bin urnhrella nwattlntff liim.  the theme ofthe mother'tanfl1 thergently  rocklmr^cradle!   What klndj;of������song will     tional'dish. ���������'.  the poor, poet-* of--th*evvfuture be able to        T^������   .     x'^r.  make about an enameled Iron crib with  brass trimmings.  ���������Success Magazine.  ^   ���������   .      .   m 5 .iv��������� ���������'  WINDSOR LADY'S APPEAL  * ,v-i- '.V.i,* "t) * .*" "*��������� s-to^w* im <&}������}%  To All Women: I -win' aend free wia full  liislroctJoiiB*'4 my'v heme Atreatineot *' whl������3i'  postrlvely    curs������    Ijeuoorrhoea,     Ulceration.  IMEPlswemetits. Falling of the Womb,  Painful or Irregular periods. Uterine and ^Ovarian Tumora or-Growths,  also Hot Flushes,*  Nervousneaa. Melancholy, Pains In tbe Head  Bock or'Bowela, Kidney and-Bladder troubleo."  whoro caused  by wealcness peculiar to our  sex.   fou can continue treatment at,home at  a ������������t of only 12 ofents a week.   My book.  ������������������Woman's Own Medical Adviser," also sent  troo   on   requw.   Write   to-day.... Address,  Mra. M. flumaiMs. Bos H. S. Windsor, Ont.  O a ��������������� ��������� ���������'  Novel , Rodent .Exterminator.. )  4i A now rat and "rabbit exterminator is  bfilifg tested out in India and Australia.  It consists of an outer,, aud dinner .'metal  sholl, like one small egg in a larger one.  In tho outer ���������nhell is sulphruio' add,'in'  the innerv metal egg' is dry cyanide of  potaelv. The .outer, VflhcU.js Iilled.,with  the .aoid andl'plaeed: 'iii' tn^ra't^"'hbl^'oi'  burrow," and all rat" holes are; tightly  eoaled. After an hour or so the acid eats  Into tlio cyanido and turnB loose a lot  bf ^'mefet'f:deiadly' pruBBio' oclft-'%&&&'������������������$:������������������&  ,;;; y,V; A:,yA-.' ^BE^.yyyy;x.\-  Tlits''iii'a golden opportunity 'fi>r any-  retvcli;trf-''own ah inatrumcntY Wo have;a;  dp,r^o. stock of ,used planoB,.takon;in ox-.  'eli'ango v on* Heintisman &  Co. ApianbB.  Thdao-'"inBtrumente* a.*������ 'such- woll-kriowrt'  .inokes , as   Weber,. ,Uhick;eririg, .Hainpl,  Brbf*., .Thomas and Dominion, and the  'price is from $00 to *P12I5.'" Each''prti'  ���������guarantood for five yoara,,' and will 'ba  itiikon,back in oxchango with;lull,am*  iiiint allowed any timo in three ypai'B.  Do not lot thia chiineo slip byvyo'u^!-'������������������ A  post card, will bring , full .pa^leularu,-^  Hcintf.man & Oo��������� 71 King, utreet oast,  'Hamilkin/Otit.'1-''!'���������'"������������������'':."'"'���������' ��������� ^ !"<r-;r-:iM-i.'-'  ..., .... ���������w^iay -in     ,;    ;,,.  A  Psalm   on   Still   Llfo.  !'.'  ;������������������<  . ���������.-       i  ,������������������������������������-. y-. .'...������������������������������������ ���������  .'��������� .'i'"i-.' '.i'ltiyv^y .  Toll mo not In vvarehouoo numbers,  >'���������> Storago life ls.hut a'droamj ..i.'j :/..iyy  For the soul Is dead that slumbors,  '"������������������ Arid the fowls'nr������inot what thoy seem;  Truste are roal.'trustu aroiearhoBt',*"A^'A  And tho public  lo thoir Kpat;  .Frost thou wert to frost returneth,  It is there on Christmas Day and  again on Midsummer Day, and there are  not many days between these two dates  when halibut finds .no place on the  menu. So plentiful is halibut in the  -,waters- ot'~ the ywest. coast of Vancouver  Island that Mr. Ernest Mc^affey on one  osasion watched a fe,w Indians with their  crude fishing arrangements- catch 21.000  pounds in Clayoquot Sound in one day.  When ,it?is,yreiuembered that a, halibut  sometimes /weighs * as -much'as 300  .pounds "perhaps*" this achievement will  Iosco, tiny part qfjts glory.���������From.Can-  ada.  '">*, Wlbre^Heat In Soft Woods.  : Contrary to,the widespread belief that  hard woods give more heat in burning  than soft varieties, tbe scientists at  5 Washington , was contending that tbe  'greatest beating'power iS possessed by  the wood of the linden tree, which is  verv.isof tf *    >    -tj * .\ *".       -- *  Fir stands next" to linden and almost  equal to.it. 'Then comes pine, hardly  inferior, to fivn-nd linden, while hard  oak possesses )8^'per cent, less heating  -capacity^^ ib^ft'^ihderii' and'red beech 10  per cent. Icss.-^Fui*.News. A  vK.4A-y\ :4{V.;",'���������;'"m������  Minard's      Ulnimont      Lumberman's  $%i$pfovi&rt'&������A&  KINGSTON  OM7ARia  ARTS W  EDUCATION  THK)LOGY  MEDICINE  SQENCE (!cclu<&sg Englneenng)  The Arts course may be taken without  attendance, but students desiring to graduate must attend one session.   There  were  1517  students registered cession  1909- \Q.t  For Ousnaasx,, wsiic ti>e *-v^giSua7,  GSO. Y. CHOWN, B.A. m  14        '" KingKOB* Ontsria  >��������� ������  No'er was spoke or'tablo r'hoto,  i,ivoV of storaRO *������,%*, remijid'tis"  Wo enn mako our llvos Intonao;  And, departing, leave behind ua ,  Curceu on faluo innocence.*  :rr  }tkuA_Jjniiiut.  \\'������T"*.     ���������*'*"   ���������tllf."���������^"IdV**-  "I muMt nay," HRtrt ho to hl������ family, on  votnrnlnn' homo, "thay wero moro honast  at the lant place thnn at tho othor ntoree.  ���������t,lpplncott'B Mncoxlna  ... .    '       ���������������������^>..... .   "..  KAni-v juurrs.  ��������� ��������� /Cnthtilio StmndArd'1 and Times.) ,  "Thet lntt. wtenkwr," mild tlm first  ������iie������'tiil vhu luiupiot," wtu qulUi eute**-  t4iiniii|{."  "Yea," ropllod the' ether, "and he'g *  ���������������**if������unwlo wan, to-o.1"  "I can't my, though, that 1 ]lked Lis  ii-Vw>rj������.   ti .*.*���������> rnntln't tlow."  "Ob/nntursllyJ, He beffunlllfe ���������������>,������  nioiomgnr toy."  \\  *Cet un than bit un aiut'dolna Y  ...-.With a heart for any feto;  ���������Still  doculvlnj*.  still ��������� purnnliur.  ,..Learn to moidor and to, waft.        ;  ;-<Percy Hlmw, m Now York American.)  h.ii! ��������� ���������   -. ������������������*'���������"'',.,���������*:rv'; , .-.. ���������  ,..       , OF COURSE NOT.  ^"     A       (Sueoess  Mhgakltte.), '  "By the way, liJldor Browne, Svhy It* lt  you always addroes your congregation a*  .���������prefcbtcn,' and never montten the wo.  tn������n In your scrmonst"  '".������But, my dear madam, tho one ent.  braeee. the other."  M "Oh, but.jraider, not In ehnrefh."  ,.-.���������: , ., a now on a now. ������.���������.  (noMon Trunncript.)     ,  Cft.������ey���������Next time Oi pm������ wid a lady,  MulUffikn, ye'll take aff yer hst.  HuMlsfMi���������An^ suppnia.oi refnaet .> ��������� -i  ... Cft-wy-r^hen,, bo uivlns,,ye'il ,tAkev������W.,' i  ver-*jwtr " '','',"''  :yy','','y^yDenthV;Terrible Toll.':;-.''''A-AAA  Corigressmau Eeiinott, of Now York  City, Btdtes'7 that: the comi.i-|g,report,,of  the Immigration Comnuesion 'will; startle  : JheyW9Tld.;twith its figures on the killing  of' ��������� worlcineii" .in American , factories, I and  ''.o^i^^V^jVl'vj)VPP"B'���������' workers in,;faotbrles  which' 'iire unorganized VaridViunable yot  force measures of protection* yil y VRev.  -Chnrlee' H. Stclzie qubtos'' flgnros^Bhow-  liig -that. 80,000, imluBtrJnl ^workers are  killed ovory yonr; 'that the railroads  alone . kill 12,000 and injure 120,000  more. Ho says the (death "ito ninpng  the poor is 100 piir cbhtV.-'Broator than  among the rich, and that Infant mortal*  Ity in tho laboring claa������ Uyinoro. than  om������*tliird greater thnn rintoii*1' the era*  ploying clnsBi^Tlio Christian Hesala.  ���������!'������������������'  .',,.,-'. 'I'irr'ai^ ������. y  '���������'"'.'-''. ���������������������������  iiiTl'LE''M01!IB' NEIBDED.  '      ������������������'��������� * ���������"' (bloyoiandWdcr.)   .  "Mammai whon I ������������y my prayers to-  night, mtjLy IVpViiyAfdr rainY"  "Of 'eourie, doftr, Ibit don't you think-  .we've bad.enqugh ruin?"  "Not quite. Jennie Jones Is going to  hnvo' ii. plcnlo "to'in'orvow" and I nln't. in������'  'vitqa".*-',���������.;',"������������������ "  ��������� ;  y    .    -    ���������    ��������� ������*������       .  , Now beglnncth tho summer reeort man  ,.tn lay bis snaroB, A        :,V ,V  Little Brother to" G. K. C. -  Thei��������� js slather Chesteron in the  field, who appears to be anxious to turn  tbe tworld upside down, with.^ his pen  for a lever, as the more distinguished  bearer of ths name. Cecil Chesterton is,  in* point of fact, the younger brother  of the redoubtable "G. K. C." whom he  resembles in features, though not * in  stature.  The younger Chesterton, in addition  to being an able writer, is a redhot Socialist, and in his new book, "Party and  People," which Alston Rivers is about  to publish, he will probably reveal a  capacity for treading on the toes of the  politically and socially orthodox as pronounced as that of his "big brother"  himself.���������The Bookseller.  Ask for Minard's and take no other.  ������ a ������   ' -  ���������-  Detecting   the   Culprit.  "There is a woman in the front .of the  car that hasn't paid her faro/'  said tho  coriiductory tb '���������': tlreAma^Von,' tUo^reair;' seat,  "but I can'tpiace her.'  AA ;,;''���������';  "Perhaps; I cahy give/Ayou a pointer,"  said Vthb A helpful nrnhY :,;i "PieK A put the  woman who fingers her hatpins all tho  time.;; Tliat is .thoA latest wrinkle of the  t em ale y street .-.'pirate'.^Reading her 'neigh-  ���������bbr^B'! newspaper Vand'gazing into futurity aro out of date. Everybody got on  to tboBo tricks. V But tbo woman who  beats her-way has'to do something to  yhide. her. guilt, so she fiddles, with hor  -hmpin."yyy"-y;      ;-'.,��������� -'- '-������������������",..      ���������  "Mriybo you're right," snid the conductor. r ''Anyhow,. I'll try/*  '; AAfter n littloAhofrbpprted to the help-  ���������ful:'man.:  . :" VA ...A"-'  .. '.'That worked all right'^' he aaid. "She  owned np. Sho Baid you'would pay for  lior." ' '- '   ���������  "MoI" exclaimed the helpful man.  "What have IA got to do with it?"  "Everything, apparently. Sbohappon*  od to look bnck and Bnid slio know you  and that it would bo all right. Thoro  sho U now, ntaiuling up, i\nd/nodillng at  you.   Know hor?"y      -yY"xA:'AX''  "Yen," said the helpful man, weakly.  *Sh������! is my,wifo.";,;.Y,,A,;A,yyY.y;,,,;'' ,  ���������',-; ',M^IUNG^nSTORY^J''  y'.A'yA'AV" : .CPnol<.).Y';;Vy;YA:vA*  "Cae-iar 'hnd ni������ Briiliul'.Cliurlc'i the  Vlwtt  hie  CroinwbUl ,A yAhdV Theodora  Rocwovelit^-rr-'''-;' ;."'':y;7:';:''V''���������'���������"'���������"������������������'. "  "Trtsiflbnl Troni*onV'' shouted tho Ten.  "lllB CMbln0t,,,;;;,y;AV;',yY;';-.V VV ..A-   ������������������",'',''!   ,, '  "-i-^hjwi ������, way..of busting aU trftdl-  tionB Avlde open, If this bo treitnony  make the most of Iti?  EDDY'S  ((  J5  OAtUfy1" ihe  meet particular people.   They ar* the most perfect  mad������,  noU������l������M ������������������ their  name Implies, no sputter, no tmell er  eulphur,   are   quicker,   and ������*f������.  n   All  flireticlM-i^  dwlei*  keep them.     .  The E, B. EDDY COMPAHY, llmltatl, Hull, Canada  HERE SINCE 1851.  mmm .v X.^^::^^t^p^xy^^i^f;lt.f  '^y^mm������^0S^ix  rT"0"17  CESSION,   B.O.   REVIEW.  ^saaaBBMaa  ������ ������  u  ���������^^^g!^i|epp|  n  M. Dennerv, formerly principal pri-  vate-sec?etarV to the Undarfewgog  of State ior Posts and Telegraphs. m  France, has been appointed f nspeetor-  General. and charged ^th the, direction of the Superior School of Posts  and Telegraphs.  During the year ending April 30th,  the Association of Jewish :Charities of  r-h^otm received subscriptions am-  oSS'to^300,000, ��������� agamst ,$249,000  xhe previous* y<  j Masters  Pardiggle when  her back Avas  I turned are enlightening.  The truth is that you cannot make  anyone, least of all children, unselfish  I "by Act of Parliament," so to speak.  You may make them "give up"���������even  peihaps, in public, with a tolerably good  grace���������but that is very far from real unselfishness.  One of tlte best ways. I think, for implanting the seeds of unselfishness m  children is to lee them see and know  something of the poetry and suffering  of children who are not so happily placed as themselves.  The story of "little Jane" in "Ministering Childien," who helped with ner sav-  ed-up pennies to clothe tbe orphan "Mercy," i& a good one to tell to little girls.  Teaching of this kind bears  iar Detter  VERY DEADLY.  Cyanide of Potassium a Chemical to  Be Dreaded.  c iJiv/.iv^ j  s ...  +-i."     ���������nv amount of tbe methods  The election for the mumeipal^oun- | ^"^^^Pardiggle."  If habits of order and neatness are not  taught during nursery days,Jt is^very  \)  oil of Vienna, which has moused such,  immense interest in the whole Jewish  community of Austria, has resulted in.  -the defeat of the thTee converted  Jews who sought the suffrage of the  Jewish quarter. Dr. Gudeman, the  chief rabbi, and Dr. Adolph Stern, the  president of \ the community, joined  the committee tnat worked against  them. Three Jewish, deputies were returned, Alfons Herold, Max Frank,  and Joseph Stein.  A fund has been established at  Libau, whioh will be supported by  voluntary -contributions of emigrants,  with "the object of securing for each  emigrant, refused admission to America, the sum of one hundred and  eighty rubies on his or her return.  The King of Italy has conferred tbe  Commandership of tbe Order of the  Crown of Italy on Cattaui Bey, president of the Jewish community of  Cairo.  The Russian cabinet has ignored  General Tolmatcheffs proposals for  changing the electoral laws at Odessa,  where the Progressives (the party  which favors fair treatment to the  jews), have been successful at the recent elections. General Tolmatcheff  wishes to have the electoral laws altered so that the Jews will be unable  to vote.  The Esperanto congress -at St. Petersburg, consisting of 700 delegates,  had the opportunity of according a  hearty welcome to the Jewish founder  of the movement,. Dr. Zamenhof.  A Jewish chief of police and twenty  Jewish, policemen have been appointed  in Jerusalem.' This is hailed with delight by Jews throughout the world.  At last the Jews in Jerusalem, who  are the majority of the inhabitants,  are assured of being properly protected during Easter and Ramadan. This  .is the first time in centuries that a  Jew has had charge of the civic forces  of law and order.  A, Jewish People's Bank has been  opened in Lemberg (Galacia, Austian  ��������� Poland), by the Zionist -organisation  called the Credit "Onion. Its object is  to assist small traders and -workmen  with, loans at a minimum rate of interest and favorable terms of repayment.  The Bulgarian police "have confiscated a proclamation which had been  placarded--all over... Sofia, the capital,  calling upon the inhabitants to undertake a pogrom.after the Russian model. "Ifc'is a "matter of , satisfaction  thr-t the Bulgarian Government, has  always^ carried out its treaty obligations and treated its Jewish subjects  with the utmost fairness and liberality.     ,','""  As the ctue&tion'of the abolition of  the pale has been recently raised, an  anti-Semilie paper, the 'Zemtschina,'  has "started a ^campaign against - we  project. Here is an abstract from this  apparently ' well , informed ��������� journal:  'Special territories for Jews exist in  England and America( why should we  show ourselves more'liberal than theBe  countries, and allow the Jews to- settle  wherever they wish.'  A symposium conducted -by th������ American Hebrew on the value of college  fraternity from a Jewish view point,  shows that thoso who have been invited to express an opinion on tho  subject are opposed to such societiea  as being undesirable. The opinion  seems general that it would be well to  abolish all fraternities in colleges and  universities' as being opposed to unity  * o������ purpose and esprit de corps.  ' -  ,  ���������������������������������������   ��������� ���������   ��������� '  'As tlie TwJ������ ia Bent.  ��������� ���������. ( (Homo Chat.)  Lessons that are learnt in tho nursery  have probably aa far-roacldng an effect  on the-future life ae any'that-aw* learnt  Inter on in school*'or college, indeed,*  perhaps they havo more, for there aro  Borne lessens/ which, If not Inculcated  during- nursery days, may novor bo  learnt at all, ,      ���������    ',     .  Obedience and unselfishness aro'among  tht'flo. As an American Vvrltor ,truly says,  "The email child obeys instinctively if  be hh.fi not 'Jjcon utterly spoiled j but it Ib  hard-toVohfl%0 a chai^^  , log fi eedonr, rcBardloBB bit inhere; forVtho  fIrfil ton or \flftoon years.'' Sblfl'nli'houiis  ni. bL>Bottln#'i|lh; oiiij which'Ib difficult tb  ovorcomo, and which gro-ws rdpldly^' A li  ,     '."'���������At the aari'm tM^^^  nnd wrong woya of teaching both' obodl*  dnco 'antl';.tt'nVcUIolm������iaa:'''���������:... -:'��������� xya.-'������������������X'-x.  ," Thord: 1stAwh'nt"I may ball "tho."drum*  nmjoi way," A which compels ti, child to  obey, as a ���������flbldlor, doort,; not booauBo ho  loves tho person who eommandB, but bo-  ooufio lie:, dreads thb, oon������e<|uoncoB of disobedience, '."> Tlilu Is surely not tlio obodl*  encc a, parent will desire, because it Ib  '    un'relyyalaylsh?   '? ���������'-���������'������������������'. A, - ���������    -,'���������;>  ' Pome parents arc martinets and exact  compliance with their commands under  throntu end fear of punishment*,'Instead  of liw'tiUIng Jjnto their Utile onci* while  yet In'.-"the tmtsery n love of ohridlonwi,  huonuso It Is a duty thoy owe to their  denv,fn.fclior. and,motheri who lovo; thom  and know bout what In good for them.  The, children of martinets nro almost  elv, ays hypocrites, Tho moment thoy got  the chance of disobeying safely���������I. e.,  without.the risk of being found out, they  ' disobey, , They look upon their parents  ni merely, people '/to me outwitted.and  deecivad (it-every pohhIIiIo opportunity,  nnd wherever deception' can bo practised  without fear of punishment.  In ��������� tho.;:MW������.W(iy somo people try to  ���������tench "ntttelflshnefls'1 by compelling  children '.* to give to othor* what they  would much TMther.-ktitm ,fur(Cin.i������������*������<*������������ **���������  ZU������. r������'#K8?s. Jr.'.Wen* ���������ff������������-*r",mrirf������  hor_ chlldr-fln cbjsrlfcahla by filching Jholr  unlikely that tliey will be easily learned  afterwaids. They may be acquired in after life, but with far more labor than in  tbo pliable days of youth.  It is very unfair to children not to  teaeb them' orderly ways when they are  young, for untidy habits are 'a great  handicap in after life, and lead to ex-  travagence.  In the matter of dress, for instance, a  boy or girl who is tidy and careful can  | dress well for much less than, o person  who thiows bis or her clothing anywhere  about the room, regj-i dless of tbe creases  and wrinkles that will soon make them  look shabby.  Each child should bave a separate  drawei or cupboard, for tbe neatness oE  which lie or <0ip is responsible. This not  only encourages neatness, but teaches  tbe useful lesson of respect for each other's property.  It is said that a propensity towards  thieving has been overcome in some reform schools by giving tbe boys their  own gardens, and allowing them tbe pro-  coeds of the sales from them. Tbe boys  thus learn that tidiness and method  In ing a definite reward, and in addition  lf*r**n to respect one another's property.  o . c ;���������.. - ��������� ���������  AU ACCOMPLISHED    SAILOR.  His  Mastery of a Curious Reading  Trick Settles a Lawsuit.  "Tke master of a vessel in a port in  the Gulf of Mexico being in need oi  money, borrowed it, and to secure its  repayment executed what is called a  bottomry bond," writes a correspondent  of the National Magazine. "By tbis bond  it was agreed that if tbe money was not  paid within so many days after the vessel arrived at New York proceedings  might be taken to have the vessel sold  and the d=bt paid out of the proceeds..  "The money was not paid and I was  retained to enforce the bond and began  a suit. Some one interested in the vessel appeared in the suit and denied tbat  tne bond bad been executed by the master, as bad been alleged.  "It became necessary to take tbe testimony on this point of a sailor whose  ���������jame w-ii "subscribed to the bond as  having witnessed tbe execution. In answer to my'question tbe sailor said that  tbe captain called bim to the vessel's  cabin and asked him to be a witness to  the bond; and he signed bis name to it  as a witness, and" he spoke of tbe paper  as tbe bottomry bond.  The opposing counsel in a sharp  cross-examination asked him how he  knew it was a bottomry bond, and the  witness answered that he read enough  of it to know what it was. Some other  skilfnl questions brought out the fact  that when tbe sailor came into the cabin  the captain was sitting on tbe other  side of a table with the paper before  him and the sailor sat down at tbe side  of the table facing the captain, so that  the paper was between them, that the  captain turned over the first leaf of  the paper and signed his name at the  end of it and told the sailor where to  sign his name, which he did and then  left the eabin.  "My heart sank, for I' saw that it  was open to tbe other side* to say that  the document lay on the table upside  down to the sailor, and tbat his statement that ho read enough of tho document to know it was. -a bottomry bond  was false, because, of course, ho could  not read writing which was upside down,  and therefore his whole evidence qhould  be disbelieved.  "The lawyer opposed to me saw the  point also, but instead of leaving the  matter where it ,wna he concluded to  clinch it, and^jtnking tbe document ho  laid it down nnd said to him, ,'Let us  see,.your read tbo paper now.'  "To my great eurprisc and relief tho  witness- read the writing, upside down  as it was,,with nearly as much fluency  cib if.it hnd,bcon right side up.  "That ended, the contest ovor the execution of tho bond. Thin Bailor's ability to read writing when it was upside  down was a curiaito instance of the many  curious tilings which Bailors, do to,occupy  their vtime during idle watches7 on long  voyh'gcfl.'',"' >' A "'"'  The idea of a poison is generally associated with excruciating pain, j hospital  cct and iiugeiing deattij bat, whsn the,  mind turns to cyanide of pjtassium, instant death looms up for the imagination. * . *"  bo treacherous and teriible i& the poi-*  scnous nature of this innocent-lookins  candylike substance, that even the poison-expert 'handles it with reluctance,  j. And there is a leason, for, unl'ke the  other life destroyers he is so^ familiar  with, he only needs to get this one in an  unpiotected wound in his hand or intaki*  some of its sweet, bitter almond srnell-  irg vapors to be a corpse. Indeed, be  would think nothing of chloroforming a  dozen cats or scattering '���������trychnine and  arsenic broadcast by the pound, but,  when it corhes to cyanide of potassium,  hn literally "handles it with gloves."  Carbolic acid, opium,, arsenic, strychnine and other poisons have become  familiar terms- to the general public, but  of cyanide of potassium it hears but  seldom, except when now and then n  rogue elephant is to be executed. You  may feed arsenic, nux vomica, mornhine  or the like by the shovelful to one of  these G-ton pachyderms without-doing  anything; but,causing it intense agony or  nausea,"yet a stick of this cyanide one  inch in length and no thicker than a  ordinary lead pencil will kill the colossus  as quickly as if death itself had opened  its gape and swallowed it. The poison  is hidden within an appetixing carrot,  the gigantic tiunk reaches forth, grasps  the dangerous morsel, and into the huge  mouth goss the death-dealing piP.  A smprised and accusing look comc>  into the little dark eyes, the trunk  makes a. few feeble swings, and, with a  couple of shudders of the massive hide.  the immense mass of animal vitality  sinks into a heap of inanimate matter.���������  From "Poisons as Servants of Man,' 'in  July Technical "World Magazine.  loosening  dirt  wliich  the  wheels  have  packed into the tops of the rails.  A handy device for a motorist or  horseman to carry about to make iepairs  needed when on the road, the invention  of a Missourian, is a light vise with  clamps to fasten it to a wheel hub.  * An Ohioan has patented a machine for |  training baseball pitchers without the  assistance of other players. If a pitched ball crosses the plate it will hit a  frame, close a circuit and ring a bell.  . A patent has been granted a Baltimore  man for an electro-magnetic ironing  board, magnets, to which current may  be* switched by a foot lever, attracting  a' light iron to do the same work as a  heavier one. y </  ADVICE   ON   MEDICINE   TAKING.  ������������  Following   Direction  Dangerous Fig ids.  "When one observes the general attitude of the public at large, even much  of the instructed and intelligent public,  on the subject of medicine taking tbe  wonder is that more people do not perish of their own folly.  *It is to be supposed that when a physician prescribes a drug he, and he  alone, is equipped to know what be prescribes, what for and how much and how  often it should be taken. It may be  it often is, a dangerous poison if taken  in excess or at the wrong time or in tbe  wrong combination, and yet, although it  seems incredible, one continually finds  othei wise intelligent persons arguing  tbat if a spoonful does good tbe process of cure may be hastened by a  spornful and a half, or that having for-  'gotten the medicine the day before double doses to-day will help them to catch  up, or that although the writing outhe  bottle says "before meals" they never  ca������i remember it till they have finished  eating.  Theie are also the ridiculous persons  who seem to think tbat they can hasten  matters by taking a patent medicine or  something that "helped them so much  once before" or a prescription that a  friends recommended at the same time  that they are taking tbe medicine prescribed by a physician, but of course  without saying anything Jttbout it to  him.  He, poor man, may be wondering why  a certain drug should be failing of its  expected effect or perhaps acting in  ���������some curious manner unknown to science. Sometimes he even writes bewildered letters to the medical papers telling of a mysterious patient he has encountered who has proved to be utterly  unresponsive to the action of some well-  ALMOST   SACRILEGE.  "Sir,"- said tlie young man.    who  entered the  sanctum,   "I have here  poke about    the boarding    house  a  butter/ ,  "Shame  on  you!"  editor.   "You should  spect for gray hairs."  exploded    the  have inore re-  PACTS ABOUT CELERY.  Possesses Little Food Value, But May  be   'Good  for   Rheumatism.'  According' to analysis; celery oant  possess little nutritive value, says tho  Lancet, for over 93' per "cent, of the  vegetable is water with a little oil,  while the balance is made up of some  3.5 per cent, of starchy material, 1.5  pet cent, of nitrogenous matters, 1 percent, ot cellular fibre,v aed .1 per cent,  of mineral salts.  "Celery would therefore," says tho  Lancet, "seem to play almost* exclusively the role of a condiment rather  than that of a food; it is its flavor  which makes it popidar. There seems to  be little doubt .however, that owing to  the aromatic oil,which it contains celery nets as a mild carminative and stimulant. ThiB property may possibly account for celery . eaten raw,, agreeing  Very well when taken with cheefo. It is  'well known that the difficulty of digesting chceso occurs in tho stomach, aud  that whop it ie pnB9od���������into tho intea-  *tino digestion proceeds as easily and  "ns completely a������ in tho oaso with inoat.  ' "OeJery is further -reputed ' to he  "'good for rheumatiem," In an old receipt occurs Vho following::  "Tho celery should bo out into bits  and boiled in water until ������oft and tlio  ���������water should bo drun]c by the pationt.  Put new milk, withj- a littlo flour nnd  nutmeg, into a saucepan with tho boiled eclery, servo; it Varm With plcbcB' W  'toast, eat it with potatbee ;*hd tho painful ailment will yield." y y ,!:: /'���������  ��������� 'fHero wo are on lose oortoin ground,  lint at least this procedure, aniounto te    A ,      , I treatment   with  alkaline  wilte, ^wliicA  ',:;:iyil^e- Schools of ponnsylvnnln.;  yl^ fnr AppoaratoAbo ra������onia.y Colory  \  proved drug or who has reacted in a new  and terrifying manner.  The sins of omission are as frequent  as those of commission arid the sins of  carelessness are the most frequent and  *the most dangerous of all. There is no  excuse for the person who leaves medicine bottles around where children can  reach them or who has the carbolic acid  or the ammonia on the washing stand.  'A few simple rules in this regard can be  made and kept by every one. Let tbere  bo an inaccessible shelf for - medicine j  bottler wherever there aTe children.  Never pour out and drink from any bottle until the directions have been read.  Always keep dangerous. fluids, such' as  strong ammonia, carbolic acid, insect  poisons and the like, in corrugated bottles   ,  ,'���������'������    *  Technicalities.  (Chicago Tribune.)  "Johnny, did you take * that jam?  Answer  me thie  instant!"  "What jam, ma?"      ���������*-.������������������  "You know very well what jam. Did  you take it?"  "That's a , leading. question, ma. I  can't incriminate myself."  "Johnny!" ,   '  ' "And besides, ina, it's no crime to  take jam, because there's* no mention  of blackberry jam in' the constitution."  "Johnny, I'm losing patience. -Onco  more, did you tako that jam?"'  "Ma, I'd like a delay until next fall  to prepare my case. My witnesses havo  gone to Europe."  "You're overruled." If I waited you  might destroy the evidence."   , ,  "Thon I want a change of venue." ,  "Overruled. Tliis is just - as good a  place as tho woodshed."  "Can I have a habeas corpus, ma?"  "Johnny,* you're' hurting your own  case by all this quibbling. Como now,  did you tako it or didn't you?"  "Ma, I'd like to appeal the case to  somo court that isn't in Boeaion."  '-"NonBcneo. This, court is capable of  trying it. If you're guilty I want to  know it, and if you'ro innocent I should  think you'd bo glad to havo a chance  to prove it. A.ro you.guilty- or' not  guilty^ /,;'   ''",',    '  b "Not' guilty, md!"   *^1  MITES IN THE POULTRY HOUSE-  HOW TO GET RID OF THEM.  (Mrs. W. L. McKenny in The Canadian  Farm.)  Getting mites out of a henhouse isn't  so much of a problem, but getting tbeni  out of a good-sized barn looks like a  Luge undertaking. I have never bad  that problem to deal with, but have a  pretty clear idea of what I should do to  solve it. First I should get a bucket  spray pump and spray tbe whole inside  suiface of the bam with a strong solution of stock dip, going over it two or  thiee times at intervals of ten or fifteen minutes to get those tbat swarm  out of the cracks after tbe first application. I should keep tbis up as long as  I saw them crawling out/if I had to  keep it up half a day. (Incidentally I  might mention tbat I should have a  man at tbe pump while I directed J the  spiay.) Then bave every bit of litter  cleaned out and hauled clear away and  the wagon thoroughly sprayed to kill  those swarming over it. A few gallons  of cheap coal oil would come in bandy  for quick and effective work, applied either with the spray or with a brush  where the pests were worst. After that  if the barn wer<> tight enough to make  it practical I think I would fumigate  with sulphur. If this'did not get all of  them, I would repeat tbe dose in about  a week.  IL means a lot of hard work, but it  taker work and plenty of "'dope*' ot one  kind or another to get these pests out  of ? building of which they bave tar en  possession. There are many lice killers  on the market guaranteed to do tbe  work, but it generally takes several applications of anything to make a thorough clean-up when mites get all over a  building. ���������  <  After they are well out of tbe walls  of il.e ben bouse it is a good pKn. to  whitewash tbe walls with whitewash in  winch plenty of salt has been dissolved.  Mites will not find that a comfortable  place to stay and.there will b\j no n-n-re  tro-tble in that quarter for  a  y������*ar  or  two.    Then the  few left oan .������.i>il>  be  trapped on tbe roosts. Have the roost?  removable and take them out once   a  vcek and paint quickly with^coal oil;  then stand each roost up against a wire  fence or something that will not burn,  and set fire to it as soon as possible after painting, and tbe fire wiil run vup tbe  pole and burn off all tbe free oil, leaving tbe Toost clean so as if any mites  aie left in tbe house they may again be  destroyed as before.   The beauty of this  method is that it leaves tbe house clean  and sweet-smelling, whereas     ,ninny of  tbe patent louse killers make the building reek with the odors of .the various  of tbe _extent of the disease may be  guinea fiom tbe figures wliich follow^  Tiiller states that tbere are (1906) 30,-  000 pellagrins in Roumaniaj that.,hi cer-  tain^parts of Italy as much as 30 per  cent, to 50 per cent, of tbe population  bave the disease, and that in 1889 there  were nearly 73,000 sicic witn the disease  in all Italy, this being upward of ten of  ' the thousand of the rural population.  Tuczek states (1893) that in Spain 2 per  cent, of the rural population are affected; tbat in 1S84 tbere were 10,000 pellagrins  in Italian     hospitals and insane  IlillS  ���������-fXii^f&hiiH  mm  BBS  asylums. He also says tbat about IQ  per cent, of the pellagrins in Italy are  mentally affected. Sandwich states tbat  he has seen over 500 cases in tbe five  years from 1893-98 m nis wards at tbe  Kasr el Ainy Hospital at Cairo. The disease was not reported in Egypt till 1893.  The   cause   of   tbe   disease   is   now '  generally believed to be found in  Indian corn. Pellagra is found  only in corn-using communities.  The studies of Balardin in 1844  led him to conclude tbat it was due to*'  spoiled maize or a smut or fungus on  the grain. We know the powerful nature of the drug produced from a similar fungus or smut or rye (ergot) and -. y  medical science to-day is in a much better position to estimate its causal significance than it was one hundred years  ago. The corn of America is much freer  from fungoid growth than that" of tbe  F.uropean continent, and it "is thought  tbat has tended to comparative immunity from such outbreaks.  The first case in the United States  was reported by Sharwell, on board ship  in New York harbor in 1902. In tbe  same year Harris reported one in Georgia. Searcy, of Alabama, in 1907, described an epidemic of pellagra OL-t/arririg >  in tbe Mount Vernon Insane Hospital  (for tbe colored insane of Alabama.)  There- were 88 eases and 57 deaths. He  statet tbat a few cases of such a disease  had been noted there as long ago as  1001, but tbat their real nature was unrecognized. A mortality, under hospital ���������  conditions, of 65 per cent, shows tbe disease to be a very fatal one. One ease has  recently been seen in Texas arid several  in tbe Carolinas, before   tbis   outbreak '  in   Chicago.   Xow it is said there    aie  over one thousand cases in North Caro- *'__  Una  alone.  If the cause of the disease is to be .  traced to diseased or smut corn, the pvur.?YyA:yVy^|^^J  dent course would appear to be to avoidVyyiy^^lflllj  eating or coming in contact with theVi^VVAy|^'|g|^P  citing cause. Every farmer is famih'ar^VV^y^ya^^]  with the appearance of such fungiiySA^ygl  While they are uhder suspicion^it'Wouldilsl^llSs^pj  be well to treat them as really dangej^Vy^^'A|||^-^'  ous, and carefidly prevent them froj^yVj^ASsSl^f  contaminating the grain. That.is a p^e^0yfi|^|g|^|  caution easily taken. ' :^$?Y?S������jtl^^l  drug preparations, while this calls the  pehts out of the walls and floors instead  of driving them to them.  <���������������������������������  Saved by His Wit,  story is told of a prisoner '.before^  ym$$m\  cy;; .vW\ ^^ ,'���������.���������; ���������{&������������������������/.  A  f/inai  ;fasf  probably saved bis neck. _ ,..���������.,., ...,v.,,.-.,=  Lord Fitzgibbon was holding assizesA*^;J:|pyjg|||^ta  Tipperary County., when a man -:wa^V^|?li||���������s^HS  brought before him on indictmentSi^|Agj::;g|||p|i���������  murder. The" case was proved tha-t^egYAyHVA|!^^:M  I victim came'to his death by beingy^itfy������yAyyi������pa���������  with a stick in tbe ham?- ~e ^* A^^y^-yx^���������^  The appearance of a large number of  cases* of the disease known as' pellagra,  and \yhich lias long been known to medical literature, has aroused a good deal  of interest in United States' health circles and created considerable alarm  among the uninformed, who fancy it is  a strange new kind of "leprosy.' Tbis  alarm is quite .unwarranted, although  the disease is one to be vigorously met.  lt has been known in Spain since 1735,  when.Casal described it under tbe name  of Maldela Rosa, because of'its characteristic crythenea or rash. The name pellagra was given to it by Frapolli, oi Mi-.  Ian, and means a roughness of the -skin  ("pelle"���������kin, "agra"���������rough.) ��������� A bulletin of t'ac Unit-id States Public Health  Service says*. * (-  The disease has been and Btill is a  veritable scourge to certain partB of Eu-  ropf , It seems to bave followed closo  upon the' introduction 'of maize culture  from America, first-in Spain in 1700,'and  later in other parts of Europe. Tlie original homes '' of maize (America and  Asia) havo, however, escaped, probably  by reason of climates better adapted to  maiw. culture. Tbo pellagra s*one is  smal! .when compared with the area ovor  which maize is cultivated, yet pellagra  docs not occur except where maize Ib  grown and extensively used as food by  the poorer classes. '  Without quoting full data, some idea  victim came'to his death by being>Vbit|  .tick in,tbe hands of the def^d^|V|&  ���������ant;  but the  doctor testified  had what they, called' in-  lance a "paper skull "y    ;  The case* looked dark for the ^rit^ohjv  tence  you. _ ...... v  The man looked    for a moment^&nd;*;  then said, "No, your Lordship, I bave  nothing  one  .... . AAx$tf$0l$?  thing to say;.but I should like to^S*;||'|||||||||  ic question." . ''���������M0������$$$M$M%  "What is that, my man?" said ;TiJ^Ygi^pg  uii/vn * Xy^y,.:yAy*!A\..m  -h a bead like that was doing bv^>^yf������^';||'|  ���������ary?" , A 'lMMXASrl$l$B  Che black cap was put away ��������� a^iyyyvy^-y^  XAa!''"  gibbon. ,   .  "I should like to know what a man  with  pcrtVr  The  prison sentence impoged _   li-y^ra^yx^,  rrtDsrr see* it flapping. p|||^  (Buffalo Express.)        {Ay;y^xmm^  The farmer had been taken to' thieAart:A,.,,.   ...���������.  gallery.   Ho stopped before a barnyard A mAAAW\  study. '     X.'X:iAXA^yx^m  "That picture isn't truo to hfe,",yhoy;:'Yy^Ml  aaid. r .    ,     ,   .yX'XyA'���������AxyXy.;l  "What's wrong?" his host asked, x^m  "Who ever  taw a cow thnt  w.nsn^t  flapping her tail?" ho demandedUcrifl-:  ively. '    ' '      X'X'Xy  .'.or*  '.,i'������'i;.'  Why Have >aBi Oveffliieafed'  Ai  the anthrnolto region of\northoa8tbm  Pennflylvartia. anya; tho Scientific Am-  oViGnh;T'>i'R,v''t1^  schools, -iln'formor days; tho English-  apnalung an<? VToutonio racofc, BiHllod  in raining,: prodo-minatod in this diB-  trJct:Abut to-day,,work lis tlbnovby a  olaB&.vOfVy^u^,pp.oariBH'y:.whoso traditfqniB  j.,pd.,texperience; havo';nothixij'- to ab  with mmoBi; Sgvornl; ofV.tho mining  companion havo'iostablieliedy: boUooIb  for tlvo benefit of tlieBovomployOB; ono  of tho'.first of which -was that ostab-  lirhcd by tho Philadelphia A "Eoad-  Irig Coal & Iron Company. ,Hero, in  antndaneo, aro found tho apprentices  rtnd journeymen employedA^iii, ,tnd  BhopB, ond thb mino workers, Tho  courso, whioh includoo mathematics  and drawl a-.*, haa cpooini roforonco to.  tho particular cla&u of work in wliich  tho employees nre'' ongagod.'      A  What,"Gold. Filled"  Mean*.  Prnbnbly'mnut'people who buy gold  filled \wtcbe* fnnoy that they uvo uiy������*  tf-rkiiwly lmprcgantetl with gold. An a  mutter of fnct the term i������ ml*d<Midiug.  .'aoW'fininiy'eon'������l������t������' tn t������king two nhnet*  of gold, butwccri whieli Ia placed n tea-  Hnn of' #nld������*i,-fO(it������d h������*n���������m������t������l,  Tlilm 'motnlllo- ���������iindwleli i* heated and  tproiMied -no thnt the three puTti aro  'vtaM-aft ,*otrotlior,, with tin* gold outnlde.  >i4(,',.i";  timnw fnrf o-aei, nnd the.wtmwlct of the ��������� --from,,-th* flelentif lo Awr toA������,  'and also a.difltinot attourtt, of iiroh. In  'spito of tlio"i>i:eM.ilce''6r': tkoA'snl^taiiMs  'enumerated there can '������������������ bo littlo .doubt  that many porsone find celery, at nuy  rate, if eaten raw, indigestible, which  Is not surprising when ite stringy collu-  lar character J������ born in mincl* k  ���������������������������:��������� /'The best cojery, of. couree,, i������ that  itohieb iMu-isp" or brittle, but >yon then  "there"ie fibro prewnt, which, cannot  bo appropriated by Atbo Jhuman -organ*  '���������Jem.'' -v *J''-AV: YA'Vy-V yyA/A-y  . ..���������������,.,..������ #'<>i"# ������.������������������������.>���������.������������������������ i , ���������  Late   Inventions.    ,  An Ingenious French optician 1ms Invented o enno fitted with lcimes and mlr*  rbr������ in such a manner that a u������cr can  see over the heads of a crowd In front  of liim. ,  A portable darkroom for photograph*  or������ lias been , patented by ������u Illinois  ninn, con*iHtln������ of a cabinet with f a  colored glan* back wall and a hood on the  front Into which' nti���������operator ������*������ pwa  bin head nud ������liouMer������ and clone Jt  around him with'&< drawing ������trlng.  A HcU'dumpliiii hargfli wblpl������ nft������.b*en  brought out lii Europe unload* U������ can*  tent".,by t-IM>l������������������ wer bodily when wa*  ���������+*r l������ ferwd Into *' i������ylM*r ���������upnnrwd  ttbnvo the rtwk On one wide, .  ���������l'he vacuum cleaner hat* -*>*;������ ������n������l������������������*������*  to'��������������� wow.f7mochln������f for, Waning "treat  The Labor Party,In Auatralla.  V.'yy.':;y v'y.y^lVournc.. Argua.)', y:'y.y-yyy-.  : '.Tlii:'' ih'ime'; Oiihist'er.; |������' -iV' Workinjgm'an  f row ''Queensland,' named FUlier", aV-ScO'tcli'������:'  man, a railroad worker. "'  '��������� .YyA:XxXX'  The * Attqrhey-Gonoml, Hujjhe.H, is * a  Welalimatii; aiid w<t������:'it 'schb'bl ��������� teacher; ,'  ".VM^^vftatcliclori'-.'-MliiUte't of External  Affairs, i������i ain[Australian, an engineer.  Mr.. Thomsia, IPotttmitHter-aonoral; War:  a miner, born m Cornwall, England.AA;..  Senator  of  the Dofoiwe Departiiieiiit  reared' \va������ a carpenter-1 In Western Aub*  trnlla.-AA :'���������"���������. ���������;.���������   .*. ;������������������"/ ..*���������"  y   yv:*:^;'"*.;:,  ������������������-.'Mr.: Tudor, MhiUtcr of Ciits'tonia,y wiw fl'  felt,Wtmaker, ".   ������������������-'-',"''', A. X     VyVyAA'  OVMaUoy, Minister ,of Home 'Affair*,  w:i.i born in Canada and educated in New  York.';: ' "AA,'. '��������� .'   A'A  ���������Senator Mcdrc������6VrVlea-1?r(*aldenfc*.-'.''0f'  the Executive Council, a- bricklayer, wai  l������om in Kitmnn, $eoti;*md, in lHt������, and k  the oldest man In the,Ministry,  V'V'y'.;       ���������' Appreciative.  "So you were deeply touched by tho  poem young Mr. IMfcly wrote to you?'**  .- *,y**,������������       ,,"������������������':"'''',���������  "But it wa������ not a good poem."  "I.don't caw,,it ,ww������.iunt an .mnolr  troublo for him to wxit* it **������ if ho h������d  Hon BhaV^pear*i''-������4im������rl'. Ret Md-ya*'  ������ln*vV '. X,  ���������Bhe-^'DId ym* we where ������ome maw  declarer*'that. wom#n ar* dot )wm*tY*  TfrW'Well, W������ right' In ������aylng *o/������ Hhn  (flettfhlyl^'WIiwn -dlit-yon #w know *������������  to do <n itinhoneNt ttungt"'. He (Umuetijir},  , -r'^Vhw* *f0u.i*aW.a* aa cf r.y p*^ **  '.mtitd.ttiitl ������t*61������,wy hmtt,ymid**������r littlo  When the sultry days come and the coal range  makes the kitchen almost unbearable and cookinga;  dreaded task, put out the range fire and try, the  newest method of cooking in hot weather-ruse a  '"' '"*'"'"""'" "7 ������������������������������������������������������ ���������*������������������'������������������ ��������������������������� '���������'������������������ " ���������y*>yyXAy&    npSht  ���������<','��������� VA:;-i>^:i,Ci)li'';:'Wi JLil^Jrc^'l^ftt;*!;^'  ��������� -.'.'.r.-i-ivsl  . '/y..Hi-,<v>|  ;.'.t.-,v,i.?.v|  '''A.;;-?'*t  :y;M>.\  XX\  r ������  ..  WKat'-'^isbltrM  stifling hot, the work is now done ^ithcomtbrt^ and  the housewife is not worn out with the {tikC- '���������-%   y  y She'aews'iier'Btr^K^  her :heolth''V������itj'd lo'��������� better.,'ttble"to'���������'���������'''  eifiijoy the ������u*mmer#;/7.  '.   The':Hew',Perfection "S0** ������v������rythl������f.'.'������������������  that any other ato ve caw do-^alHho fani������ ���������  ily cookintr, baking, wnahlng nnd iron*  ing, fia nmoke, no duiit, no odor.' Heat v  is applied directly and not Waited..' h...  1 turn, and- tho flanwi ia out.   . . . .,  ��������� , The - l������ew  Ferfcctloti. itovo ''htm " m.'  - Cabinet \ Topy with ahelf' for' keeping  plat������������ and. too4 ,foot������'4mp" aheiyes 'for:-','  the coffee pot omucepanli������ and nickeled  towel tmiH*'''','X ��������� ' ''���������,*     '"���������' v y\Y:x'x  '' It hit' lone t*arqu'oiae������blu# ��������� enamel: -  cblmneyt.  Tht nkmt finimh* with, tbo ,  - bright bluo of tho chimney*, roakn* tha  ���������love vew *ttmctlve i*nd mvltf������i clean- -  Ilneaa.- Mado with 1, a and S b*arni*r**  th* a and s-buimtr irtovea can hw h-ul  with .or wHtaftt������t.C*Wn*l������"'' ���������  XX}  ".-l.'.'.'.l'l  iXXl  xyA\  xx'Yi'i.'i.  ?m  ���������������������������>m  Yyyx  A)''vv  '���������.'"."'''f;!*;  The Imperial OU ttmBaliwr,  ''.rt'''*..1. ���������  H....-1......,  ������*���������  {^:\^if'iY^W:i^ hru������h*ii,������r������t ���������; thlf ������|������^������������aWmor*;:7^  iniyu^iiJu||luiiiikuu|J^  <4  I  ^fc;'i P';  la  I'  1  / ��������� M SS  THEC&B3TON REVIEW            ; <. Mil  PROFESSIONAL,  JAS. H. SbHQFIELD  Fire, Idf���������. and Aociden* laetmMoe  KJQAii aoJiajLja, "���������"���������  TRAIL       -       -  '���������>.  OUR POULTRY. aHJDHIM  (By J. R. Cote, Editor Farmers' Home  <    Journal)  raMf-wm^  mim-m^m^m^stmm&aa  A FEW WORDS ABOUT POULTRY  B.C.!  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  14 C.   LAKli   SUBVBTOR  iH������   ABCHKBCT  Plana and Specifications.  CRESTON  -       -       - B.C.  J.   L>.  ANDERSON  British   Ooluiebi*.   IjAKB   SunvsTes  TRAIL -  OKELL, YOUNG & CO.  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO REST  r\tn t*-STV~*"KT  GUY   LOWENBERG  COXSUJLTINQ   KNGINaBH  /*-������.  RESTON  It is too far advanced m tbo tpixson  for uie to attempt to give an iusight iu  the ways to properly batch uml r:iise  the young chicks, but I think it s now  quito seasonable to let the remiers ut this  paper kuow what is being riom* m tbe  large p nltvy plants, vherethoy *n������*������i-8s-  fully hnudle hundreds niid ii>.������a������>uul"< o������.  bii-ds every year, aud whero ibey umke j  a living at that. j  The pullets and controls are separated  when about eight weeks old, wheu each -  are given separate rouge. The feed given ,  those ohioks is as follows: Iu the morn- j  ing, about 9 o'clock, a mash is fed.   The  mash is made of equal  parts  of  brau,  corn meal and grouud oats. Use enough  water to make tbe mash crumbly but  not sticky, and feed sufficiently te allow  them to clean it up.  Then at night every other day cracked  i corn is used and the nest eveuiug whole  I wheat, fed in deep litter of straw. Now  | it seems funuy to say so, but bird's na-  ���������o f������ } turo demands a certain es;eroise.    You  "' cau have had   good  results by feeding  your birds iu a trough or ou the ground,  where they bad no work whatever to do  to get tbe feed;    but you  follow   those  same birds and if they have the range,  they will search here aud there aud take  the exorcise you are not allowing them  to get at feed time.    If poultry is con  fiued where it will have.very little exer*  B.C.  #  B.C.  ���������     ������/\������tt' '4 ������������������ntt*." ch'*OTTTn\f Icise. it will eanse them to get fat and  Rs   GOWLAN.U. feWRU IVJJ.N |theayoawalhavoMo end of  trouble*.  ---������������������- Iu places whero poultry   has  a  good  (Diploma London Assn,Accountants)  AtrorroR asi> Accountant  Balance sheets prepared and verified  Books "balanced, opened and closed  Partnerships and company auditing  CRESTON  B.C.  We have a First-Class gob Printing Department   *  and voc/r orders will be in the hands of experienced printet  tmm&'wsvttWvf&tt  Letter Heads, Bil  eads  *N  o  ,������������o������a������������"*> ������������������������������������������������������������������<������������������������������������������������������������������������������$  has a  grass run, no green food is necessary,  some poultrymen say. My experience  has been to cut a cabbage and give it to  breeders that were having excellent  grass ruu, and you should see them how  they relish tbat meai. Then of course  it is useless for nie to say tbat your poultry should bave plenty of grit or oyster  shelL I bave found by actual experiments that oyster saell will give all that  is necessary to form the gro.viug chick.  Carbonate of linie must be supplied the  !   i\/ t������������������������  & 1  V  \^  I I    1 B   It*��������� ^  K  O  ? \5I7J*K ������ I noat  Plavftr  1! growing chick, and most all oyster shell  ���������    W Hit ������ LUWal *y *** * u*   51 contains carbonate of lime.   lame is as  & food, especially for laying  o������*������������������������0������������������������^������4*%������^*������O'������������>������e������������^  Jack Leonard left for Proctor Monday  on a fishing trip. V   Ay  C. P. Riel and G; 6y ROogers left on  "Wednesday for'Cranbrook.  Write the C.C. S., Cranbrook, for  prices on furniture and rugs.  Special Praise Service in the Presbyterian church on Sunday evening nest  at 7.30.  Born���������At Creston, on Saturday, August  18th, to the wife of J. W. Carver, a  daughtei.  Died���������At Creston, On Sunday, August  14th, the infant daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. J. W. Carver.  - Young Reggie Atherton is carrying  his arm in a sling, having poisoned his  thumb whilBt playing with a piece of  wire.  Mrs. C. P. Riel returned ou Sunday  from Oranbrook. Mrs. Riel iB to be congratulated upon her speedy recovery  from a dangerous illness.  WANTED���������A small second-hand  Stnmp Puller.-���������Write Box 07, CreBton.  An important meeting of the congregation of Christ churoh will be held immediately of ter evensong next Sunday,  August 21. A full attendance is particularly requosted. Philip O. Hayman,  Vioar.  Men'-* bnlbrigan underwear, 75o. per  Huit.���������O. O. S.  The people of CreBton aro getting their  houBOs in order for tbe winter season.  Tho Howarth home on Oanyon street  haa been redeo.irated iusido and papered  in n tasteful deaign.  LOST���������A lady'a Norfolk Tweed Coat  with leather collar JFindwr pleado return parae to tho Review ofllce.  *\  R.  FitzGerald was a pnasenger for  Fernie on Wodneeday'i train. Ho got n  ������*.nrner se-it near the window so that he  oould keep nn eye open, for forest fires.  Tbe flro wardens are not gotting much  eleep these hot dry timet*.  Whilo yon nro thinking nbout that  ton thounnnd dollars you made on thnt]  land deal, don't forget thot tmbacriptione  to tho Review for tho present yonr nre  now due.  Oil finii-h window shade**., standard  also, 860.���������O. O. S,  Miaa Hownrth and Miaa Mooro loft on  Wediieadny afternoon for n week's plo  nio moroun tho  Kootenay   river,  whoro  they -will bo tho guoita of Mr, 0. Mooro  nt tho Corn Creek camp.  O.O.S. meana Cranbrook Cooperative  tftore������.   t  J. McPeak left town Monday to vieit  bin mineral claims in the Bnmmlt Crock  diatrict. Mr. McPeak Imi got aomothing  out of tho ordinary thti,ttmo. We whall  woo him riding 11 AO borae power motor  cur and treating tlio town to champagne  if hi* expectattona nro real lied.  Wwd* priiita, He iwsy y������rd���������C O. 8,  NOTICE ���������  AU pnrt.li>* indebted to tho under*  aignftd kindly cull and mottlo thoir ao*  count*- nt onco, on X hnvo dlapoaed of my  huMlneiwi and luu*.". ct������M ftp say nztczsis.  A, W. Owvnm  necessary  hens; it acts as tonic to the system,  keieps the birds strong and vigorous, and  if yon see that y our chicks have plenty  of oysrer shell, or lime and grit, you  may depend upon giving themYoxie ot  the most essential parts whioh go a long  way to build a good bird, and when it  comes to pullets, yon are building them  to be good layers  Circulars  r.  In fact, anything and everything in the way of High-  Grade Commercial Printing at the  On Swturds,'n' afternoon last tbe funeral  of the lnte Mrs. C. Hall took place in  tlie Creston cemetery at 4 p.m. Pall  bearers'were Messrs". Geo. Mead, J A.  Mitchell, M Glaser, J. J. Ath������rton, A.  Okell, and R. Laurie. Mr. Hall, husband of deceased, was tha principal  mourner, and there was a large attendance of friends -of deceased who paid  their last respects to the departed.  Among the many beautiful floral offerings was e. cross and pillow, presented  by friends in Cieston. W. R. Beatty,  the funeral director, of Cranbrook, made  the arrangements.  On behalf of the proprietors and readers of the Review we respectfully, tender onr sympathy to Mr. Hall in his  bereavement.  FOR SALE���������A good ranch and buggy  horse, perfeotly quiet; suitable for ladies  and children; aged 10.���������Apply at Review  office.  1\C.V,1  imiAfm (mill) -f^^-i)*Ji!av^<gi^J^'^am^^^ nga3MBeMMawijtAwaK������g������  .������j>  *  I Labor Day  In Fernie I  Mr. Newton Beers  Will present in Mono-Drama'  His Fraternal Play  "Damon and  ias"  Under tho auspices of tho A  Wild Rose Lodge, No. 39, K. of P.  . , In th9 . .  MERCANTILE HALL  Saturday, Augustao  t  ���������  i Large list of good events t  I   Over $1000 in prizes  t Horse Racing  I    Foot Racing, Baseball.  i-    Tennis Tournament  Football, Squaw Tepee  Races, Squaw Horse  Racing, etc.  Entries must bo made with  Seoretary  G, H. Bodmon, President  W. S. StANMty, Seoretary  >���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������<  THE  HB8  TON  HOTEL  WM. TAYLOR, Manager  iMiwiii!������wiB.iiuwiia.iiaii^wywwpB������iiiif������iiwiwiwwiBW  a>������:,M'ii������*f^ifrwmMyq^^  , Commencing at 8 00 p.m.  Ladies' Night.     Admission 75 cents  Women's Beauty  It can Never be Perfect  Without Luxuriant Hair  A head uf luxuriant hair ia auro to bo  attrnotlvo, But nature has not crowned  every woman with glorlouB hair. Some  vory lovnblo womon ehe haa treated  rathor nonntily in thia ronpoot.  For lufttauco, thoro aro tons of thou-  rind's of -women In Canada today who  hnvo hnrah, ftided nnd luotorloHH hair,  who are unattractive Dimply booniiRo  thoy do not know that nowadaya oven  tlu* whiniH of nut uro can bo ovonulod  by tho gonluH of nolonco. '  If you uro a woman without beautiful  hair, do not permit your attraction** to  lm hidden becauao of thia alight niisfor-  tuna.   ,  Go today to tho Oroaton Drug Storo  nnd buy u largo bottle of PnriMinri Sago  ror All ooiitM, uho it -mob tilglit, nud you  will motion tho bundi, ropnlidvo hnlr dla*  nppoair, and in ita place will oome icft,  Nllky, bright und luxuriant hair,  Pnrlnlan Sago ia gtmrantood by tho  Creaton Drug Storo to nuro dandruff,  Jfchlr-jycf th? smI^. a.nd ^top irAling  hair lu two wa*k������, or monoy liock.  Rubber tiro oollapBlblo"go-onrts, $5^50  ���������O. O. S.     ���������  Wash prints, lio. por yard���������O. O. S.  Ladles'onshmere.hose, SOo���������O. O. S.  Miaa L. M. Scott, Trained Nurse, of,  Rathwoll UbapitaV Manitoba, is ready  for engagements of nny kind, Matemir.v  OBpeolalty. Apply Misa L. M. Scott,  general delivery, Moyio, B. O.  .���������''' ���������.���������:,,. m .. ���������    ������������������.-.,������������������  Rubber tho collapsible go-oarta, $5,GO  -O.O.S.  GUY LO^ENBllS  REAL ESTATE     SNSURANCE  y''v;.'A.Ay''MINING.' A''X'AA'Axy!yAx:.y.  Sorvicoa Next Sunday.  .;'. ' .'' .     ,   , i ' .  '  Praibytorlun Church  S������rvloe������ will bo hold in tho Prnnby-  terian Ohuroh on Sunday noxt, Mom*  ing oerfioo, 11 a.bt.; IBvening nervioo,  7.80 p.m.   Sunday aohool at 10,0 a.m.  Dlble OIobb and Sabhnth Sohool ut 10  a.m. Yon aro oordially invited to join  our Blblo Olnflfl.  JonH J. Gnit������NLi*ic, Pastor,  Methodist Church  Servloue on Sunday next: Sunday  Sohool nud Blblo Olimn at 10 80 u.m,;  Kveulng Scrvico, 7.00 p.m.  F J RUTirnnroBt), pantor  Churoh of Enelaud  Divine Servioe in tbe NKW aoilOOL-  HOUS88s���������P������*wio������ii, flunday, AngnHt 11  (19th Sunday ���������(*���������* Trinity): Mat inn  and Litany at 11 *.u������.; Snnday  nohool, 0 p.m. j Mvonaong and Hnrtnou,  7.00 p.m.  Divine Bervico will bo held at Mr. R.  .T. tiona'a houao nt 8 p.m.  Puuop O. MxvmMtVUmx.  OrrtCE-TKLISrilONK CKNTllAT' IT'OCK,  PIlflNK  ������  Billiards and Popl  jtiMiM Room ������^*^-s^  ������  Clff^r^ flnd Cigarettes  Hot or Cold; B^ths  At Any HotiiY     -  Razors Ground and Set  WATER NOTICE  Take notico that r, O. .T. Wlaron, ofWynmlol,  ll.C. lutond to aviply thirty cluyn from ante  to tho Wator Cotnmlimlonor for a wator :ll������.  t'OHHO to tnko omi-linlfaf a oublo footof'.wat  >Hm  a  mini an unnamed Htroniii flowlnu froni:t,|if  mouth nf tho tunnol of tha Klslel'lolnwim'na'  to hn uhoJ for lrrlffntlon purpogonon Lotii iBflV:  iuul H'-v, Koulonuy Vulley lumls, Croiiton, n U,  'Wator to b������ tiilien aoronu tho land owned by  John llnlhlo, inljolnlntr Lot 1!M.   * ��������� , v  Orostou, 11,0., AugUHt I2ih, 1010.  ..;'-.,���������..; A  . O. J. WIUEN ���������.:.  1 **������**.**4>**4 ������������������*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� J  '''^OetvATJiie),  11  mo  11 ity  AA*  ^^M^m^^Ayy.  Hond it rtlni-a or ten *������nUi todoy and  Ke't CnhiiaiiiH-bo'iit poultry pun������'r7. Tnti  '" M'li'rTrt liiijtml.'Wy;a mnh*wAn.'lir In oph.  iinly pnpiJr ln"ib������' wr'ln -prftitVd OH  ,i:iIMVaKM..,. yl'lio only^paprr,ln tlm  Hiiint toiieiryUVi tbo work ho titlka  about..'"'''.: Vyi..yj...,A ;_'.__ :.- ��������� ....... 7  _... ...mor will ton ymi how yr...   (tin mirth for luitohltw dnll vtirnil to yonr          ' lltf'    *      ' " *    _  til ���������_  pmntK'ally Mhowlniryoit how you nun   ljC ������    iutilniHM li'U KIO, how lo hiikili Uiuohlek*  nnu iuul bow to ralia tjieni,    Tlmt'fl  uiiHlly uiiiko monoy,  HoiiilM ten atiiitu today and neoome a  i-i'iruliii- HiilinnilljDr uiul ilmka money  out. or pou II ry. .  Whon wrltlna plnmo msntlon tne  (<lr������uu yoiimtbHMrtntlfl  I'vviww iuul iiiniriuuyoiii'Muh'ii������rrpU������o  la���������  ^    Tho Parmora* Homo Journal  S CUATttXU, OMt��������� CANADA,    ,  ���������Xi:  i',-'.  A-������iil������'


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