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Array Creston;  ^f^Sly^S^^^i^^yi  :$gESTOisr,'A^;ii  "..'.y.w;,'.'  T'<A'  X7i  tXr^iXXx  vaiue  Sort Inisaii; Company Show  W^WaI^^^^^a^-Wxa  ll'Bll^^he^  :i|iet*j^  large number of Crestonresidents gathered in the Mercantile Hall on Monday  ;t^wifcnes������A*^^  with/Whom we are ail personally acqnain-  SAsiaAma^^  not seem to have :any. connection���������"���������with  7nb3^a^^prvei^  Was a: western drama with a most trans-  opening lines was obvious .to the green-  | est tenderfoot who ever got shot on the  ' hearthstones of Carson City;   The vill-  r4 {parent  -   ���������--    -7Y.;;    '  SSfV.!  tinged "With the onst-omary rig out to  give the impression that.He was "anoth-  Sll^olthOMiBn^  :������||ij^  ;^nye',^^e|fj|jiffl|:ao^  winds itself co the usual accompaniment  y^bJNvapd:pi$^  Stumping Extraordinary  V'Y;^dteCOV<^  owners of cnt-ovei* lands baa-been made  V^-bheAb������:&i������^^  paper mill, who noticed the destructive  action of nitric acid on woody structmree.  isjThiivm^  ���������/Vsttt^b'^m^  :JaeV^cost'pfyVfourvVc^  -.mjrmteb y labor']^^^^ooo^^^si.  VJmefchipL^"^  S&ows^  deep and poutb into.this hole cue pint of  Indians Cause Trouble  m  ���������with a shovel, as a fertilizer.  ''Ct^iWM&fii^^^^^^.  m  fcbln'Sanjye^  p$fot6%?He7^ the;  bbasfcVis:^^  subd^d^^  ha8::hbt mbde;^  tibip-aiet^Varid^  ���������yelbjpyw^  continental, the real estateVmwk^  is Blook. Like nil other vMtbrs 'tb^rubon  Rupert, Mr. Stark expresses nmazeineht  nt thb oOnsrautty wet IoiWateTVii-ttd;.V',,&o:  V-robk'yy.ohiaxantw  convinced that'the town will bo o. suck  cessyX Frbin.'what. he has aeon ho; ia in ;a  ������yppsjti^^ OrestOn dis-  yy triotyhns 'stood the dry seaBonbetter than  ywayother whioh ho haoyiBited in his  vA tmyola. V; CreBton is better,off this year,  ?X'he'S^s^tbauVxnoat other districts'. Vl  A am delighted with tho appearance of  ��������� Vy every thibgjin tho volley and . vory.' glad  yy'ta^ ,V;",..y  ^ey-fbllb^ng^  ^:'<|r'a^F^f|^i^*^ pisikotaj Augnst  ib'iftj;;:teil8:its^^  pliiyceVy^esterdsyy^tertipon tit'-tfce home jof.  .&|tfam^^  ;1V^^,'Mari>^.bt  yJi; :y>Kiri^a;^  magistrate for Kootenay county, British  Columbia, and manager of the Creston  ;Beyi^a^^  '^|e^|3S^^3!jf5p  jc^^ony|^ Aos������  |Mlho^&^  :|i������!$|?^  charming' in a very becoming - .gOWn"'o������>  shower bouquet of White roses arid lilies  "'q������v*|lk^^  guests repaired to the dining room and  pitftpAk^  A -.'After /ayshort jhonbym^n'^  Beach and Banff, the happy couple will  boat homeyto itheii* feeridiaA^^^y^e  last week investigating the trouble which  has developed between the Indians and  :settl^^  tieyon 't^fte&i^^  ^heh^sV&ii^^  Haying got these matters straightened  WltyJi^VTO^  after matters there, and scarcely was he  ^well'vo^  Vstiuri^!^^  by the. government survey gang' undery  y.'.'-.'"X>.~* J:Xc������'. Y**r-.r r^.;\'��������� ^vyy.,'.--.-,.;,���������v..'-.?.ry-,"-. -'*-^-..u-fy^':-r YY^Di  *;���������- Prirvir "tiirtiiiTvi'fl-n-i^iiww.'-'fi-?1' Mnnva' Y-������av.^YAWj������  e acting was  yjb^t-ferVstbr^?!^!^  -tress was the most natural of the oharac-  $e|s������������tf^^  '^^^^^^^l^^^^^y^l^^^^^  National Anthem. nfc,th9 dose  of  the  performance Bhould certainly be lynched.  **V!-J������Viv;'.'-iV'':' :'-'-yv-i,1rV;'>''<.r- '-J ;-;,'^y^x''i'^y'^^'-U^ ^'^--J-"*',,. ^'r-:*\jC-i^vr>V^,.j,,���������:���������,!;*v,*^ ���������  He 'did improve a little in the final  spaem, and for this reason we will give  ������������������h^^ott^:*^  Oberheaied Stove Pipes Cause  iiiiii^l^i^^Pi7!  :A^hat^i^'feiiMd:tO  '���������','��������� ���������'"-���������' .-".?.���������*.��������� ���������i^: "������������������,.���������. ���������.B-i^<.'.A;^-i*"!.-������;.t.-';?v.-/1 .'^-i'V---'   -.   ���������.'���������'���������-":'-* -   j'-"x   X .-.���������. "yV,vV'.-;.-'.--.  rious&O'bi'bkfelbut^in the Scott boarding:  ;ho*se;:^soa^^|^^]|*|i;o^ Tuesday. i'Voyen^  ;ing.VV|pu^^|tyJh^iJ^ y;Bfla*5  ���������..f������n.!;np^e"a:;^'iij^^^  '^ott'hbiia^sv^ip^  ���������flameCan^y^a^  With the help of neighbors and friends  :theA:^eV^iw^eii^ig^^        A^The ''-"Juki  ������������������;��������� :������������������"���������'. x- x. -AyXAAyiZA^A^&Ax AX->������������������'���������-������������������������������������ y-'-XA  fighters were helped by the heavy rain  'BtC^,':^!^;^^^  ���������momenti;j^        ;b^s,gest^abtor .y in 7:get-:  ting;^e:^ib^e'^defc  Ay Qvifr$!ffiji^  home was threatened in a. similar man-  iitt;l^;&;W&!s^^  ;bveAe^d?8tov^Kpi*p^^  . wi'J&y^oV'jtj^m^ tli^Vcbcu  Weath^^^il^^ :oiXfix������&ox^^  'tisa^i������su&:^^  have ;^ii*cq^  bae.1VA^firsVinftbwn;^  would be nothing short of a calamity,  |ahd'V!rou^86,ii^bvp^&^  :*ttoeefyB^s|4|:^ey^bp^  tioaS|foA;:pj^vis^  |oth^ai'gljty|t^  warned several youths of the danger of  playing with lighted matches and crackers dropped between the wood pavement  M&bri-friibj^i^^ A  ^^a������^������!  ',.&.J.'''v >..*u.y^-V vf^Ps^l  than'the flrst'piece-which' the company  played;on*VMondayybyening^^  &:&%y!exyzy������*'&Mz^y$^^  ^fg^6a^a^Bce"������na^Mynosforniance:  'ASsstMssmsmmmB^r^mmm^mi  & s'iqs������lR������p������fnll-o^cr^dBd?tftna^ii\fMu'������^  .We Iciofc,ici^p^;t^:|&^  dwtMtj;-w3hett-:tw������ai^:^^  ft^ts ������ week -Wi^'^ieia^  thev'praMeVvtoarira^  ���������������������������'i ���������" '--'���������-���������". :-ii-'--,''1-*-'j;'.--' :'j ���������.',' ,'.*������������������''. ���������'���������".." r -'-'���������.->.*,-*^.'' >' i',*-!'-','i'; *���������*.*���������'V '.''''' ;,I.',"T^i/-i/,iil;l'*v; ''jVi ���������'-r^i"'^.'^^'-?'-'.''! *-, ^"i^jj? 1  development ���������  ,.    H  ���������biisiBi'?.^^  'bf;b^'to^^a^:^ef^p^  ^���������the^i^^iAYff-^^  ,.i>,^������.,,,V-H.----*..*.������-----.J:-.'.---K!-������=-^^^^  ''VV'-'Ores^riWyrislT^'^  ywellrsnaMm^ed^find^  'L-iQ-^vI1:'v'-^^:i:'f.-L.in--^.-������*  ���������'i'^y^;.  ���������'Wr^S  smoke and with the sinbke has gone the  Kb^s-'a^$^u^^  disastrous fireaatJMoyie and Phoenix are  &^^^Y^^s^i;KVaiu*&: fY&^Y^By^yyixAYXyp3. ������������������<���������  fresh in our memory, and the dady :des  '^-^-^si^c^^^wl^ :Ke/fujmisMa;tetexv!y^  ita^^snly^siphlisize this Swarning, lzm$Mi$kA'*3&- ^w-i, ^i&f.s  ���������^'i^^T#)^j5r^'3J!.^**-#s5^^  *thbA<^diW0a1ihfe3^eureSTO  25th inst. at Oreston. British Columbia,  ^herovtheyVwUV-make^  %  YV'v  y; Provinoial Constable"x (^nnnV ^synt  Kootenay Landing on Su^deiyAi^eBfifV  gatingthemysterioua disappearance of  sbmeAatbresy', from ytheywharf. theroiy'yVIt  appears 'A th'at.-^ ,t wo.; ��������� wdl-knownv miners,  had, ordered a supply of "^ prbyifiionB^and.  arranged for same to be packed toV their  Canip.Vy .iiibv packer duly y arrived A and;  abeingA the: stor]������*B lying on,*tho wharf  loadad Bame Aup set forth merrily on his  way.���������;:.;"-lieantiuie,;tlia fire fighting gang'  Were whistling fofc their fiuppers. (The  fact that a mistake had been made was  dlsbovorod by*/ bur ehergbtlb constable,  put two and two together,' thon made a  boo lino to tho oamp, whero explanations  followed and the stores fou nd thoir way  Into tho hands of tho ilghfefol ownora.  lence.if tney-refnsed to accept the - wara?  ?^AS$^^Ay^0x4y^^  Provincial .constauo unnn, who, in the  absence of the Indian Agent, was com:  l&ied^  Vmean.t-isne.'^yQojH^MW  ;tibiis;������ti^  handed over to Chief Alexander, and by  caxbf&y^  Br^ot^dOverJ  :AV*iTi^eA'Cbnstan^  Indians ore a great annoyance to settlers  Md;(rthersV;vJtt'M  al'oa^^ie'ahdVi^tf'Ql  'pS*i������tit':Vp.OBi^  who under stands tbe Indians thoroughly.  :i..--..;..- ������������������'Y'.-..,.. ....-..������������������. .;���������.-.. ���������:.-.-:.���������,��������� ,���������,-.-:', yy-.--.. ,-,.���������.;���������'' - -.;/���������;���������; y.y.y " ���������  Constable Gunn also deserves great credit  ��������� '-���������* :'.���������'.-'i--'.-'.-,���������>:'..���������"'������������������: '���������������������������.>.<'"..t.'..,-v������������������..-;������������������'.:.,;������������������, ���������yxT-;y-\:---.y>x.x: x  for tho mnnnor m which he assisted in  preybhted. whatmighth^  ifenndiehc^^  ^?vylv  Wx&zxz  avery ugly situation,  will be favored witK another.; visit-, from  this talented company at on early date.  $������If^  ;y^^Aw^^p^  see an exhibit of peaches grown by Mr.  :������������������:���������.^X.X^xy:^^^^^^!^:^.^!-..^)^:.^:^:^^^^^^;:.;  C.xRyokerts, on his fine well cultivated  rra^h;ai|^^et^  lOnObtythesI^  of fruits, weigh 9*4 ounces, and another  tipped the scale at 8-J������ ounces and there  ^jroVyBoye^'���������'we%^  Oue of our enterprising real estate Amen  'hitM''hadjpliotOT, takenof tWis ^jhow; froi^  trbnai;: whibii' Opiate will he TOi^^-to'^dj  vertisingpurposes.   ���������,/';;;';��������� y'xXp'A.X.y'X'  *BearRoaming  ||;^bla^hew:has.^  ;oonr^'qt^iS'b^  flo&0:i&i������'side^  was seen by MiSB Husoroft, and judging  from the noise made in the bush appears  cblle^couxSe^S'S^M  'tfiofblbWj-tb^^  IacHes!fa^  ^Usoj^V^^o  ���������ireqiuOstiin^    ;h������������e;hS^^  :$0jti^:j^  bh^ob.iot:lai^:Bp^  for'" hiB^ttana^  ^OyiS;A;a. |; thiavlate^  '���������:.iiik''&ii$im&i$-&^  ..������W!  at something  than a hawk.  '���������������������������.���������.i'IV,.;  'PW lliaish Awfudb^ ijhadoB,! Btandard     Mon's balbrigan underwear, ��������� %o, per  ,Com'blete';".:,Stdfek?v^  -'���������������������������y;^tJdH''''.^d'''-^-  DRESSED LUMB|r  ', ly' ���������;��������� _.;';: ... t -. ,y  ���������)",  Prompt cflittitiim Satisfaction Guaranteed  Lei us Figtireji^h yoqonibat Building  A sporting ovont y of any,V kind never  foiloto/diravv:V'^o'rowd'iia-CreBton and wb  ���������wwO'boia^elied'^o ���������'w-y of  heads on Monday afternoon when J.  MoPealc, of A thb MoPealc Consolidated  Mining Co., and W^ Burton^ genial host  of tbo Burton Hotel, ran a spirited race  of oue bundired yardB f or tbo championship of Fourth etreefc and a snitablb side  bet. The result showed that Burton is  a bettor diet to train on than mineral  Bpocimens. Thb mininB imagnato was  oloarlyontclassod and Mr, Barton won  in a cantor. ''���������V.y'A'AAV.;.11  '   Mr. MoPonrlc is of opinion that with a  littlo training ho oonld ehow;; hia oppo-  nont a clean pair of heolB, aud among  thb Labor pay bvontflwlUy^h^  betwoen those two oxponontB of tho running gamo over a Marathon conrab of 25  muofl.   Wo undcrstauu Hue iutt������uGi������ to  got Into condition by running onoe daily  tho dinttinoo betwoon his olalma on Sum-  mlt Crook and tho town, with two tons  of npoolmona in onoh pookot of his jaokot,  whilst Mr. Burton will mbke a fast mllo  botwoon tho two! trnbkai morning nnd  ovoning, with HiCarrolwndo* onoh arm  and tv bottle of vJo^uio *Wttlkorn under hia wftlatooat.   In n downhill ruoo  thp 'Mohnulo Wftllcer^' ahould Mo on onay  flrat, but up bill ia whoro tho apooimouB  lio and on a heightening grado wo shall  put all our money on tho mining mag-  nuto. -.������������������;  y' Beare Beam to ho plentiful. Constable  Gunn rah across one whilst on his way  to fight fire last Saturda^^^^  hand eeverol parties havo been put hunting and looked iia yain,i^,wi*jr,;. vitrabe of  MaBter Bruin. It is always tbo, oase;  you. ponyfieo lots of gamey anyy time vyou  gbMtmt,!prQyidb  homo.  yyi:^ba^nfe;byb^  'hqme.-qif^^  the International Bible OlasB and their  f^itt^Byo'ia:,^  'sib aiid rotroBhimwitjS'? i^Xi^:j^^^  on behalf of the class, presented Miss  Jessio powji i*^:trba8uxbri;. withy ��������� ft^^uri^  tainpbh^^  her BemceB.   lister Marshall Barto^^  ���������wob pwsohtcd^ w    a Btylo pen, Aon';'-j\y^  half ortia)! me^brB^ !'A.XxyX*yyxX  XblimTto^  F ridoy, to tako: up high Bohptd yworki  and MatBhall Barton goes to Oranbrook  'on Suiidfty|yyV:1;.A'Vy,A,A'A,'...y xXXx'y'XxyxAX''  Bor'mbri.'6n-''Shndoy^bvento^  '.-, ������������������!'-..- ���������-.',}; ���������-, -y v.--.'���������''������������������.,.'...-. ������������������;.-��������� .:.-���������.-:.').��������� :"xyy'Ty.^yKAi.v^^yy{iA:W&ym  Av;������urihg'.:hiB'Blibrt-'Btay;in'VOre8^hVyMfi^^  Greenlee has made htoflett-*ppp*iilt������  :.ali'b tose^;'pf y ^by bbmh^  enjoyed :in :tti&ij^  dence and united support of hifly obnigrbi* ||w||('���������$$  :gotton''yln:a^  pif youth and ''enbr^.'Mr.'-' G������'pnl*B^  given prbpf of the poBBeBBion  other deeper rooted but  itios whioh are ao oasohtinl in the high  ;poli!'ng'.'b'^  her and ait ������xwhplbY,: :'��������������������������� ''A^xAriAy AX)--  .-. ������������������ ���������'- ...... ,'..'..."'������������������,'.- :.'* ��������� ���������;'!,', .' "���������'���������:.;������������������   ���������'��������� ������������������ -"'., .:.���������,������������������'���������.';'.���������''���������������������������';  . The boBt ���������wiehcB of hia congrpgation  ���������ahdthia^whoibpb  him to hia now sphero of obtivity. yyy-Xlx  .   . .    ���������M*Hwy ������i*o.y;y,;jy,.y y.Wy^'I  iBeB^b*a|;oiyV*th^  XyyA  ���������yyy  ..I'-A.-.v'y  m  I  - amlwaaliawia"1  &.O. BOXM  UIHWMa  ,'.'.��������� v '. V  ctwsroN,B.a  Thb Burfc IinBon Oompany, whJlot ful������  filling a throo daya' engagement ia Oroaton. woro oompellod to abandon thoir  ahow on Tuoidny ovoning, owing to a  high -wind ana heavy dowuputu &������ i'������^.  which contlood people to their Uuwoi.  iiiwiiw���������iirw  We Handle the Celebrated  v:u, iii.i.aii.i'i'iwiuiiiiinia'aiirin'ii ruin; Y.. s y--'i'i'i-rami;   ..jii, i ,ii������������������..itrnTr-pnt.  aW AMHERST SHOES  ""���������"���������[���������'"Tr*" "'-i'-''-'" ������������������' "; '  *i in--1 yy--1- ���������^-^���������--���������^.  :'Fd$}<$fflen,:' Women   and   Children*,  sssssssssasm  Also Good Serviceable Shoes  and Oxfotds lor the  OIris Ahd Boys  rca  Phone No. 50  ,   _��������� (ii.;y      ,���������'    yy j *  .'! '���������.���������������������������,"-r>"-....i..|."...v.. --y -������  ; ..|-. ���������,.."������������������''.:,���������'. :,,!,��������� y..\. ���������...:,���������"���������...  ^-^-^-^-^-W-^-^m-mim-mumtmmmuM^   ,         .^^  .. -���������'���������',.. .-i_  tmmmmm^mmm^mtmMlmmmitmm^mt  UJaJ> !\- -i^*i'-V:VWJJV'';  p������������#  W$y?M  -its^.iiU.i iAJn*.  ���������*jV.'i:'.-^ii7*HiS;*s'r,'  THE   CRESTON,   B.C.   XiEVIE.W  > ���������: *���������  jfr^k.lOv;  **t^  ot  To be prepared  for every chang  weather requires a most elaborate Ward-  yrobe, as the day has gone.by when one  or two costumes were all-sufficient iu  which to look well gowned during an  entire season, and after all it may be  questioned if there really ever was a  time when two ;gowns were enough to  enable a woman to look smartly attired.  A satin and voile gown, preferably black, {  does duty for many different occasions,  however, and can be depended upon to  look well unless hopelessly badly made.  With a cbifion or tbin lawn lining and  if made of tbe light weight liberty satin,  such a gown is quite comfoitable even in  midsummer, while with it heavier lining  like taffeta in tbe body oi the waist it}  is comfortable for tlie cool days that are '  Asure to come at intervals all summer  long. Women who understand most  thoroughly the science of dress contend  that tbe thin lined satins and foulards  are far cooler than tbe transparent voile  de soie or lace gown* that require a.  silk or satin lining and generally a fitted one.  It 13 surprising bow few long skirts  are to be seen. Many gowns intended for  daytime wear have no train at all, and  those that are not short enough to clear  tbe ground do not have any perceptible  train, but are made of a length that lies  on the floor not more than two, inches.  Most difficult is it to walk comfortably  in such a skirt, particularly if it is cut  after tbe latest dictates of fashion, with  a,   band   just   above   tbe    ankles,  that  ' draws all fulness into absurdly small  width. Most difficult to make are the  new skirts, although at first they may  not seem at all intricate or involved  Pitting tightly around the upper part  of tlie skirt, with all lines as straight up  and down as possible, much wider toward the hem, but, as has been said,  with the width held in under a band or  fold of - material,. it is almost impossible to give an air of style to tbe igown.  The waist is even more of a problem  than the skirt, being cut all in one with  tho sleeves. The kimono sleeve lines are  -more than suggested, but, as the fashion in its too liberal rendering is not  not just as much in style as ever. Cerise  voile de soi and satin of the same color  and shade arc effectively combined in  one model with skirt finished with two  inch bias foldsv of satin. These folds  aie only fastened to the skirt at the  upper edge, and whero tbe voile de soie  and satin are joined there is an cntre-  deux of heavy lace, finished at either  edge with a. fine design of braiding or  embroidery, alll in the one color, but in  different shades. In both these gowns  the collarless effect is noticeable, but  the yoke is cut quite high, much higher than the Dutch neck style. With a  pretty Throat this collarless effect is  becoming, and it is quite possible if tbe  throat is not pretty to veil it with ���������������  fold of tulle  fine lace can  ing the style of the gown  Charmingly dainty and simple in de-  sign i������ a gown of voile de suic trimmed  with the finest of braiding, or the model  may be copied m a bordered material ot  Persian 01 cashmeie design. Tho wai*t 1-3  full, with decided blouse effce:, and the  lower pait is of the figured design. Ths:  sleeves are delightfully new, with eKi-ac  fitting upper part 0f the figured design  and with an undcrsleeve thit Mils. lx*lo\v  the '.Ib.-w- made of nifties edgi'd with  lace. There is a square yoke of fine lac >  entr^deux and the \oik* de soie and a  folded taffeta silk belt fmi&hod at ihe  back with pleated rosvtto and large 1 Alley !bu-ekle. Just here it may be noted  that all the new sleeves aie made short  and small and bave undeislee\os or ;ut-  fi������s of lingerie and lave. Indeed, u is  absolutely essential to tho tiKve-v? o.. a  gown tins season to have the -sl-oetes  mosr carefully deigned, and, again,  there  should  never  be   chosen a   style  lining the foulard gown is warm enough  for a moderate summer climate. Tjioic  aie this season short, practical gowns ot  foulardj there are long, more elabjiate  ones, and while it is not a mateiial con-  sidcied suitable for elaborate ball gowns  there have been some dainty little dinner gowns turned out of late that have  met wiith approval. Combining the plain  and the figured is a f-ivoilte tashion thio  summer, and adding iblack chiffon or  voile de soie is another of the season's  fads.  A decidedly new model-of gie?n oni  black is most attractive. The undci skirt  is of the plain satin foulard, the turn,.* or  ovcrskirt is of giecn with large polka  dots of Mack, and this oveiskitt is finished with a wide flounce of black voile  de soie, braided with green silk cording.  A squaic collar and u'lJerslcevo of  heavy white laee f������*sh������il with narrow  bail fringe is an original trimming, while  the black velvet buttons on the voile do  soie bands tbat f-ni<b the short slee\es  are a touch that is certainly original.  A. T.* Ashtnoro.  FLUMP WOMAN'S  FEW FASHIONS.  becoming, the material of the waist w round button3 and loops  caught undor the sleeve so that tno nfciy 1 .    o .. . .   .     ......������-.  fulness  just  under the ^m shall    be  nlvoided. In order, to give the desired  effect there must always be a fitted lining, with Bleevcs set into a regular shoulder seam. Exceedingly simple in design and lines'is'this waist, and quite  without trimming save for bands and  -.'roRcttcB of satin or velvet and the lace  jabot collar and ruffles. This is a good  model for cither colored or black satin  or crepe de chine.  Voile de Sole Creations.  Voile de snoi combined with liberty  satin is extremely fashionable tbis sea-  flon, nnd the two materials are most effective together. The same colors or contrasting oneB aro used, and while both  etyles are popular for the igown to bo  worn on tho street the same color  throughout is smarter, although it must  not be even intimated that the coat or  tunic of black voile de aoie or chiffon la  Nearly  AU   Must   Bo  Adapted  to   Be  at Their Best for Her.  Fasliion, as judged in its edicts by tho  short woman of robust proportions and  Uie   or  tae  ununeu  eoum   of' j1***  ^n  swtor with    the   graceful  sib  ���������an be added without destrov-   houttt,  will  seem  this  season  to wear  *.i~ ,.< 4-u��������� ������������������,,.���������       " "     two  very different aspects.    After  all,  tbe varying modes of dress aro of far  greater importance to the short woman  than to her taller sister, as in spite of  her own individual charm there are certain fashions tbat she cannot wear with  impunity.  What can the short woman think, for  instt.vee. of tho modish tunic of chiffon  sceen on evory second woman this season?  Aivn/avfc +Hs Ling.  These three-quarter tunics are well  enough for tbe slim woman, but her  shore sister must suivey such a fashion  with somewhat rueful face, knowing  tbat her salvation lies in unbroken continuity of line. Well, too, may she look  askarce on another new note of fashion, the revival of the three-tier skirt in  a scries of three flounces edged usually  with silk or satin, a mode that shortens  even the woman of superfluous inches.  Fashionable Patterned Fabrics.  Of tbe vogue of the coin and wafer  spotted foulard, which is again in our  midst, cannot fail to create annoyance  in the mind of the short woman, who is  aware that stripes and not spots or  wafers are her friend, and tbat large  "allover" designs she must carefully eschew. Again, she hears with dismay  that patterned fabrics are to be the  leacing mode this season as a reaction  agoinst self-colored materials.  Truly, at first sight all tbe fashions  in their course seem arrayed against the  short woman, more especially when she  is threatened with the extinction of the  long, plain coat to which she has so  fondly clung during the past two or  thrf*e seasons.  Fashion World is Wide.  But, after all, there is no reason for  dismay, as tbe world of fashion is wide  a.id the arbiter of modes remembers the  needs of *������11 her devotees, whether they  be short and of Junoesque proportions  or siim and of the svelte figure beloved  by the fiction writer.  Striped materials, especially in the  popular combination of black and white,  gray and white and blue and black, will  be as popular tbis season as any of the  coin-dotted fabrics.',-.'.. The short woman  can wear the fashionable short coat and  skirt of striped blue and black or even  gray and white tussore now so much the  vogue in Paris, trimmed simply with  buttons of gun-metal or colored wood.  thai   is unbecoming,  for  sleeves  aie   a  most potent factor in the modem uiess.  Dainty and attractive are the adjectives that be=.t describe most of the newest models, which, it must ^2 admitted.  lack the qualities associated in the mind  with the word "smart.'' A lot depends  upon the wearer, but it is the exceptionally attractive woman who looks 'well  in the gowns of this season, and the Jiiw  between the conspicuous and dowdy is  painfully narrow. Models for foulard,  pongee, 'taffeta and liberty satin gowns  are now displayed in which these char  acterioties are most noticeable. In a tas.  einating shade of Nattier blue is a gown  of pongee and satin that can be copied  m taffeta or ffl������Ii: entirely cf foulard.  The skirt is straight in line, with a  broad fold around the hem.  A wider band or fold further up on  the skirt does not extend entirely aroun 1  the skirt, but is much mere becomingly  arranged, so that it stops at the side of  the front breadth or double panel and is  finished with round gilt buttons and  loops. The full waiet has flat bands that  give a V shape effect, and these same  bands or folds are carried down over the  shoulders and form the upper part of the  sleeves. At tlie back the same effect is  repeated, the two bands being used, and  both at the back and front are rows of  leather corners do much to save wear on  tiie case. *r  The new cotton crepes have a deep  crinkle and are just as* prominent as  ever.  The bow of tulle Ji.i-3 disappeared. In  its place one uses a long bar to fasten  the collar.  Flowered net, shirred over a white  Neapolitan straw hat, makes a novel  nnd pretty'effect fa* a dressy summer  hat. ' 4  Red buttons and red embroidery giv3 a  note of contracting color to pongee  frocks, whether in bluo or in natjial  color.  Among the novelties in buttou*- are  those of hand cawed ivory and also o.  pearl. Some of them are moantad in  silver.  __ Fiuits are used as ornaments for the  dressy coiffure to-day. Cherries are the  fuvoiiie, though grape* and other -.mail  fruits are seen.  One of the newest rosettes for niil.li-i-  ery use is made of tiny flower-* which  are first sewed into  a" chain and then *  wound round the hat.  KEEP COOL.  Health Hints For the Hot   Weather  Tk  hat Should be Considered.  THE TRANSPARENT TUNICS.  Six months since, all the elegancies |  of style glittered and sparkled, but  now the light of fashion is no longer  reflected from hard and shining surfaces. Rather,, it gleams through thin  features, s.nd transparency is become  the feature of every successful mode.  From the bows, of her hat to the tips  of her Greek sandals, the woman of  fashion moves in diaphanous .array,  in layer over layer of filmy chiffon,  perforated embroidery, meshed net,  and translucent mousseline.  .Jtter parasol is of figured organdy  *or silk.mull, shirred and flounced and  Her white gown is a gossamer creation of lace and eyelet embroidery;  and over-it, if she wear the last novelty of the season, is a knee-iength  tunic of dark chiffon, bound with  satin and braided artistically.  Her boots have latticed, fronts, and  her hosiery is of lacework or delicate  silk thread. Her veil is chantilly,  and it droops in French fashion,  straight down from her hat brim.  And should she Tequire some extra  wrapping, she will use a three-cornered shawl of Spanish lace, or the  long-beaded net scarf  of the harem.  And yet all the ionize,   and misti  puckered. ^Her hat is of chantilly J and filminess, though ruffled and  lace, lined'with straw or net; her tur-' gathered, are far from producing the  ban is made of folds and braids of cloudy effect usually to be expected  ma line, her plumed hat is the thinnest from batistes and lawns and silk  of neapolitans. tissues.  The folded belt is finished. with a large  rosette and fancy gold buckle. Again is  to be noted the undersleeve of finest  lace net that comes below the elbow,  while the sleeve of the waist is very  short. These gold buckles and under-  sleeves may. in fact, be counted as one  of the'latest touches.  Foulard   Extremely   Fashionable.  Foulard is so extremely fashionable at  the moment that there is every danger  that it may die a violent death, but in  the meantime it would require more than  human power of self-denial to resist tlie  fascinations of the different qualities  and designs that nrV displayed, while  every day or two some entirely new and  even more attractive coloring or design  makes ite appearance. Thoro is no material so comfortable to wear in the.blazing heat of midsummer, and with a silk  HEADORESS FOR  M0RNIN.Q8.  Tho tendency hns beon of late yonrn , tlio eyo of our summer girls  to leave off hutn in tho HUinmcr  timo n-i much at* pnnnihla. Olrln have*  knotted veil* behind tlio earn owl  havo contrived mnny othor littlo  fanciful bond drehmin to protect their  ������������.       ������-- ��������� -      *\-  n      ,..������*,.������...        %.,..������       It      t.������,(.  ... c.*:..,...     ..v....      *-..<.      .,....*���������>,      ... ... .      .������     .....  Timiiilmwl for nn American cirl orflnl  in Paris to send us a charming nnd  JPtonchy littlo dasign that will catch  ono nnd  all uu Iho instant.  Tt in wimply a largo -silk handkerchief in c������olui������*f* foHlgn, draped over  a very largo wiro frame���������which is  light in weight nnd protoctH tho hair.  Tlio 'kerchief in edged with block  ;*;:. Jry nr*-! ihtrc i* n V!neh 1,srr������-1  nt *nch erirncr. And it may.bo mndo  nt homo, which in not tho leant oi  lm charm*.  Summer Dress Don'ts for  Worker.  Summer is a dangerous time for tlie  worker whose taste in office dress is  not sure. In cold weather less can go  wrong, but when heat is at hand bad  form gets its innings.  Here are a few don'ts that the girl in  an office who wishes to be suitably  dressed should commit to memory. They  apply simply to the working hours:  ADon't wear peekaboo waists with elbow sleeves. They arc not especially  fashionable, certainly not in the office.  Don't wear colored ribbon in your  corset cover, however fetching it may  look to you. It is the extreme of bad  ta9tc. If you will stick to it at least  shun splashy bows or anything but tho  simplest drawstring of wash baby ribbon.  Don't in your selection of tailored  waists get those thnt aro too much be-  frilled. They nre dainty, feminine, and  in excellent taste, but tliliik of your  laundry bills.  Don't forget in selecting clothes for  office wear thnt immnculntcnosB is os-  Rcntlnl. A wrinkled, spotted blouse or  soiled tie or coljnr. ia'-unpardohnbic.  Don't, even on tho hottest dny, wenr  to tlio office the Bliccr lingerie dross that  should bo reserved, for ovoning. It only  looks nlco a'dny, porhnps not that, ff  you must travel far in crowded street  enra.  Don't go" In much for linen either in  skirts or blouHes. It oniKhui* too easily  to he economical. Pongees, mercerized  oilk niulln (dark colors), cool looking  chintzes, cotton etamlne, wash crepes,  and dnrk spot-proof foulards are more  suitable and equally cool.  Don't fail to hnvo one of two cotton  shirtwaist Milts, simply but (-utnrtly  mndo, in your summer off.'c-j wnrdrnbe.  They look cooler on hot days than slilrt-  w.'ii.sIs and  skirl.  Don't go In- for trimmings for offlco  wonr. Remember, simplicity is bcHt  form. Depend upon cut nnd becoming-  npRS for cf foot,  Don't, hocavma you do not wear Dutch  neck, feel it neccuMnry to wear Htlff choking collam. There aro low cut collar*  in enough variety to find a stylo thnt  HiiitH you, yet Ih viol.  Don't, if you live In a city, go to  ivork with juat oliirtwalct and I'klrt,  Unload you wenr a flhlrtwolst dren������, the  oo&i to the suit Is considered bettor  form, though you nifty roast in It.  Don't forp^t that for tlte worker who  muHt count coat nothing <-<iU(il������ a thin,  rjrtfhirrl   tnnViMr   rult.    Wiih   ih\n   <lur.ro  looks as if you had robbed a freak flower garden .pr an ostrich farm. Nothing  stands wear,and tear of an office or looks  in better style than a simple, becoming  shirtwaist hat, perferably not of cart  wheel size.  Don't, when the thermometer soars,  feel it necessary to shed collars and roll  up sleeves. It is only a habit, and one  that is bad form. You willljc just_as  cool and look much more self-respecting  if you do not go in for negligee that is  only suitable for privacy of your bedroom. :X"YX-''::  Don't forget, though your, employers  'may not tell ybu so, that the girl in  the office who can keep looking cool,  dainty and undisheveled ona hot day,  makes a favorable impression, especially  in contrast to tlie over-dressed mate  with no regard for office etiquette in  clothes. ,''���������'  Faithfully yours, Alice Mason,  with them several lingerie skirt3, both  long and short, as nearly matching them  in material as possible. This will qjvc  the effect of a lingerie frock, and makes  the separate blouse permissible for informal afternoon or evening wear around  home.  Tho compromise effect can be skillfully concealed by sashes or girdle?, or,  better yet, by embroidered lielts to harmonize with the blouse trimming.  So arrayed you mayV not be in the  height of style, but yOu will riot be a  hopeless back number.   '.  FASHIONS.  The Pull Skirt.  It's a delusion.  It's also a snare.  It may bo cut full.  But it doesn't hang full.  Perhaps it is gathered into tho waist,  Even so, it is weighted into actual  flatness.  Besides, it is not full at all at the  foot of the ekirt.  Indeed, it is often gathered into a  deep./hem, somewhere below tho knees.  '/���������'AA        A'.      ���������    . XX y  What of the Seoarate Waist?  The prodlctcm of downfall have, in  Ubitiil,'-slipped up whoro the sop'ariito  blouse, both of lingerie and silk, ia concerned, The American women-will.'lie  comfortable boforo all else, and, with  laundry Mil* a consideration, nothing  has yet been found to take Mm place of  the two-piece costume.  S6 the wimlowft'romain full of blouse*  to bu worn witli all boiU of biilts, wlii*!������  la."tho'ourcst sign of thoir popularity, m  innnufacturoi'g anil 'morolunts nro V not  dreamer*- or.'bontura-ngnlnat tho,tide,  Thoro. nro women who do not care  what U tho fasliion. For tlieni tho *op-  avttto Wal-At'ls an Important pnrt of tlieu*  wardrobe.'.yonr in and year out, Other  more particular women nro often at a  Iosh- to know how and when to wear tho  rteparaie blouse, enpcclaHv If a different  color from the bilk or all. while.  Hero Ir n good rulo to stick tot Wear  the separate blounu in the morning with  nbsoluto confidence in lt������ appropriateness, particularly if it mntnhfltf your  Rklrt "or"'carries touches of harmonizing  color.  Even in the morning the well drewed  woman'will not wonr a Ropnrnte white  wai������t on tho street or anywhere but nt  homo without a coat, unlr-an pcrhnpa she  htm a white duck, linen or lingerie *kirt.  For formnl oeflaalnnn the Rimnrnto  blouse \n not the thino*. It you ���������wear It  you tmmit. determine to hn Imlewrnhmt  ami not to core If your friends think  y*vii do not know any hotter.  Mauves  and grays are  in great demand.' '        y^:. ���������'.-���������"  Ostrich plumes aro the favorite hat  trimmings,    y  Mnlincs and tulles of all shades are  used to cover hat crowns.  Early  summer hats  and  gowns  are  trimmed ��������� with-, bronze lace. ���������'���������������������������'V,  Poplins, fleolidns and mohairs are here \  again for shirt waist eu|t3.  Collar, and cuff sets are once more in  favor.  Self-Covered buttons nnd those set in  black rims nro popular for tailored suits;  Cornflower yellow is one of the.newest,  shades for evening gowne.      ,    ���������   A  AA  'Many of the new turbans arc trimmed  (New York Herald.)  The sudden outburst of our Eastern  summer, coming after a chilly and  wet period, accentuated the necessity  for all classes of people to guard  against the diseases incident to the  heated term. Doubtless the change  affords relief to many from the depressing effects of the long rainy  spell which until Sunday characterized  June. But, with temperatures of almost tropical intensity and aggravated by a considerable increase of  humidity, it becomes especially important to avoid all errors in diet and  dress which impair the digestion, reduce the strength of the body and  unfit the system to resist the toxic  influences of excessive heat. It is  well known that the greatest mortality of the hot months is due to  diarrheal diseases, and that is peculiarly the case with infants.  Although individual cases of debility or disease arising from, the current  climatic changes can only be safely  treated by experienced physicians,  there are a few general precautions  for preserving the health at this season. In the matter of dress it is indispensable that' the clothing be of  light weight, to permit free respiration and free evaporation from the  skin-���������which is nature's primal provision for preventing too great an increase of body temperature. The  outer garments should he of the light  colors, which serve to reduce the  quantity of solar heat reaching the  body. But it is desirable that the clothing should not be so light that the  body is subjected to sudden chilling  when exposed to indoor draughts of  air, high winds or a rapid drop of  the external tempterature, always oc-  curing after the heavy thunderstorms.  Consequently, in our latitudes the  texture of summer clothing should  never be wholly devoid of woo),  though it is imperative to keep the  neck and chest as cool and unencumbered as possible.  But no precaution  against the effects of excessive heat will avail much  unless the digestion is maintained in  a normal' state.   To secure this happy  condition all impure, stale and twice  cooked foods should be eschewed and-  the gastric juices should not be robbed of their digestive value by dilution withA an ;over supply of ;soups.'  The simpliest foods, taken in moderate  Quantity, aire always: preferable when  thermometers are climbing;7;into  tho  nineties.   The immbdebate.iisb of ico  cold   drinks  of any A-kin^'yCauses' a/  serious; and sometimes,,; a vfatal check  to  the digeotive';''prb'cessea'''-Vahd  consequently to the proper action of the-  heart,'''':8oy>indbfip.en'wble,''^1������/:;'preeerve  the natural circulation When a high  vapor (tension ��������� bf yAthoA A atmosphere  makes"it V. most': oppressive;'. Still moro  destructive.: of all healthy conditions  at such time^'is.;the A over indulgence  in alchoho'lic drinlcs.    A  A"With a careful Observance of sucli  simple prbcButionsi there is littlo rea-  eon  to apprehond tho fatal    consequences of heat Waves, unless a person  is weakened by insufficiency of sleep,  Overwork or overexertion out of doors  in bur crowded oity thoroughfares.  yy ;���������'.'.;  .. -��������������������������� '^m.- ��������� ���������  Honry James on Race Suicide.  with huge bows of ohangeaWe ribbon at   An5e?,7���������'1iml0.9 <!o������< "ot ^������ with Col-  the back. , ������"i\,?008e���������lt on the question 0f largo  Of the many odd combinatibna in  spring millinery, nono is more attractive  than, tlie Mendings of velvet and lace., ,  .Itonl novelties are tho handbags made  Of figured cotton and l!nnn,Vnnd.tho onos  .mndo of embroidered linehiiiid pique to  wear or carry with'tub flViltfl.y.,  ��������� Fine straw .will bo, less ,popular t fov  hiits this year than it has been in seasons past. Everything iH.coa'rao, soft  straw. Ay  ,Tlio turban and,tlie toque ������oom to ho  hivvlng. their, own ,'."\v.ivt but the wide.  round-hrlmmr'd "hut will crime Into its  own Inter in the seaann.  Seen in the Shops of Paris.  ml  match.  UM be one or two cotton blouao* to      If you have J.^^ ?. J^*^ I   m* ���������'*������*������  atch. I l������l������ns������������ buUuitfed up-Iho Wc.k, and >n,^     -i."...:._.:._.  Don't run to hats for tho office that   thrce-qunrter sleeves, have made to go mattini*; w la  Hats do not mntoh gowns.  Afternoon frocks escape#tho ground-".'  801110 of tlie newest raincoats aro mado  With CftpOB.  No ono longer sees tho stiff ib.onodVol-  lm* In the evening,  Grotonno bandings are again trimming  summer coats and gowns.  "For all otyJes of hair dressing parted  Imir is popular. .  Paranoia  nnd  Btocklnga  match   tho  gown whethor tho shoes do or not.  Wliite waah ribbons aro fast replacing  the colored once for lingerie.,        y  Ohnngonblo taffetas aro In high favor  for littlo summer afternoon frocks.  The fjiiigo iippuui**   f������u   wrap*, tho  lower edgo of skirts, hats, and paramols.  Chiffon embroidered with chonlllc for  ������ gawy evoning wrap it quite effective.  One of tho new fancies in gloves U to  I put colored embroidery on the back of  *   illClll.  m#������nt nt fwirolHtit? mim*������ nf;  larger then over,  families. Small families, such as pro-  vail In Franco, indicate, to Mr. James'  mind, Intelligence nnd .progress, whilo  largo fathllies Indicate tho reverse.    ���������  ."Largo families are bo embarrassing,  too," Raid Mr. James, on his last American visit. "I oiico knew 11 mrfn named *  Thompson who had fo'urtoon. children.  Thompsoh'" agreed' one ��������� eiprlng A holiday,,'  to take his children to-, thoy seashore for,  the week-end.    " ���������'������������������"���������'."      ,'���������'���������: '    ,t  "Thoy sot, off, ronched they statloni  irot their tickets and wore" about to  board tlid' train *whon Thompson was  roughly collared by a policeman.  ".4Horbl,.'wot',VV, you bin a*doin' off  the policeman growled fiercely. "V  .* <'*Mcfl<*Nothing 'Why.'   stammered  Tl������ompWtt;^'';':V."'���������A'^yyyy'1-���������"....���������. .   ���������  ^'Tho policeman waved his truncheon  toward thb Thompson family.  " Then wot the bloody blnnies,' he  hissed, *ls this hero crowd n-Jollerln' yo  .furi'"*���������Minneapolis Journal.  Such   Is  Fame.  Richard Xo GnlUonnb, tho poot, wns  ontortainirig a, group of niagazlno odi-  tbra at luncheon in New.  To a compliment upon hie famo  Mr. La Gallionno aaid lightly:  "But what is poetical famo in this  ago of proseP Only yesterday a  schoolboy oamo nnd asked mo for  my autograph. I afltiontod willingly.  And to-day at broalcinst timo tho boy  again prosontod himself.  " '.Will you givo mo your autograph, ������irr" ho Raid.  "'But,' said I,- 'I gavo you my  autograph yostorday/ ���������    .  #������  * *>     ....... .... w. .  M     4 V *i 1      # -- m*    f**      ���������* ��������������� 1 v ������. m ������    V\*<r\  tmmwArfiA. 'for tha ftiitomrnph of Jim  Metat or   JoHrtoK;' ���������'--Now .YorJr-.'Trtbune;;.'.-"*?;.'  fl  ������������������ ^..'*it^T.^****w*���������,1*,*' I^fe y[Xr^;xxxyy^y^^.^:i'!^xxxAi;AfiYAiAy  l^M^X'^XiAYY'!mm;iniAy''.Y .. ''.'���������''.���������������������������^���������TiT.';  "N  She laughed". *aud blushed, and looked  very pretty; but if she could only have  seen into his heart, hers would have  throbbed with jealous anger indeed. She  fancied herself desperately in love with  handsome Falc St. Maur,'and was begin-  \ ning to resent attentions to any rival. Of  the extreme and undeniable beauty of  Christine Errington she had secretly  been jealous for a long time; and it was  that which1 now made her, in the couise  of the very ^irst week, fix upon her as  tho horrid woman who no doubt would  '' like to-catch rich Mr. Orde's-heir.  "It's she who flirts," she told herself.  "Widows are so bold and impudent! * I  always  thought   uncle   was   deceived in  ^her. ��������� I believe she meant to win him, but  she  saw it was useless.    If"���������the girl,  alone, in her own room, stepped before  the cheval-glass.   "Yes, she is very handsome, and-jnien  will gather  about   and  -    flirt   with   anybody   good-looking   in  a  cb'untry-house;' and of course it is ^,s safe  to amuse thcsisejvcs with her as if her  husband  were "^alive���������a   penniless   chaperon, an ex-ship's stewardess���������bah!* absurd!"   Theytare all men of family and  fortune; how could they dream of anything but pastime?   And St. Maur must  marry tb please his uncle, or he'll lose  the (foTtune!   .Mrs. Darnley hinted what  the "old gentleman* wished plain enough,'  glancing admiringly at her  own image,  "andtfif  I could  only get- that  woman  out of the way, I should certainly bave  -whit ^ tho dear fellow calls 'a walk-over.  ,   But^Uncle Roland wouldn't believe anything intangible*   Ha! be has never asked  to" see   hdr, .marriage   certificate,  or  even where  she  was  married, I  do  believe���������nay,   I"m sure   of   it!     Why, she  might be���������anything���������and if I could find  out! any deception or flaw in her previous credentials, Uncle Rolo would not  keep A her.    She   has   been   with   some  /shady  enough people, I  can   see"���������i,oh.  iMiss -Blanch^!)���������"such as the gambling  Neapolitan-.princess;  and then that Madame Racohier* is not  our  sort  at  all.  I wonder if she knows anything of VMTS-  Erringtpn's  antecedents 1        It   is   very  stTangeflthat^she  should be  so  au  fait  at even ,the_most gambling games���������even  Will Orde puts the iigftt into my iuni,  he   said.  Clifford   smiled.  "So do I, I think���������their defeat or  yours. No; I will, say broadly^ a'tragedy." ��������� *'---..  "You may sp.y my murder,-if you like*  as you meant," said the-other, coolly;  "for it'may come to that, if tbere  should be riots' over it. They know I  will never yield; and when my biood  is up And steel and lead handy, the  leaders at least cafr^ their lives in the.,'  banda. I shouldn't, be too particular  if any man goes for "'me, I assure you.  Mind you, doctor, I fully believe our  wn men would have gone on well  enough if left to themselves; but they're  worked up bv socialistic agitators, and  for them I,' for one, have no mercy. If  There is riotiing, I'll s-para our men  where I can���������as ignorant, misguided  fellows���������but those who have misled  them I'll shoot down like the*' scum  they are, if they come within range of  my revolver."  "Ah! in a-fisjht, you mean?"  ''Yes; in a fight, or riot���������call it what  you, wiil. I should be an especial mark  for the malcontents' violence, too, you  Bee; for they all know what I am on  tbe subject, and that I am an ugly customer in their  way."  "Whew-w!" went the doctor. "We  must hope it  will tide over quietly."  Falconer shrugged his shoulders and  laughed.  5T11 tell you this," be said: "William  Orde, Sir Arthur Channing (I expect  his will follow), and another.owner near  Grass-Rowdon, will presently offcr an  agreement���������arbitration, or a, reasonable  advance in wages, if even the trade can  barely allow it. If ^that is accepted,  well; if not"���������he set his foot down���������"it  will be war to the knife."  The sonorous boom of the luncheon  bell rang out from the house, and both  threw away their "unfinished cigarettes  and went into luncheon. '  Part of the letter its recipient had  kept  to himself:  "I hope, dear Falc, that you are making way with that charming little blue-  eyed maiden. You know bow much I  wish it."  This he kept for his wife's eyes only,  when he  saw  her alone���������when!  ���������iSitipfprX&������tyiiteii.Xi asty no.w~Wiich:.': aAhaiadiV  :V^%Ay^n^''i|ia:i,' ioXyXAXXXxXXiXAyx;  'YyT&y oiSse^loakad Vu?..-;ctiurfcesyin'7������ *'all::  ���������y������imple'avau^  % Vy������ .3 Jo?' 'yblossy hi m--?es/;Eir;;.7it'3.'just7-:hjsy  Yi an Vyafl iVyiiajiuy3i.ee���������4 lie ��������� .Ri&sfcy gentle X  V/many.ysir^Vt^  y Mbur-jy-7 sir-V'-lif's V been Vail.;.. Y'oyfeiy'Vythe  Aworld^yVtheyyeay ���������'.:.; He's.:-, a .Vgreaty friend X  I    think^'ofyytlie-y .major  and*,Ay.Mrs.A  Addisoa'sY^oVVsTO:^  favorite^^nftyheyisiytoo, that's certain^';  Who' IrrLewy that:better tluin; theA money-lender yluia^lf?Aand he sighed again7.-.  A   we^yyiaterA -lie A: returned A toVtovmy  "What t'po^.pl'^^ty-Jfc'st"Hill: after-that1  he' learned "later," "and then Kenton said  to himself, sadly:   -  "'The-pity'on't���������oh!  the   pity  on't,  Iago!' "  (To b? continued.)  iS&l-Miia"^  ������������������- '"..,y -._-.; -,      ...~,   ���������yy    - ���������    ���������       --^ .-���������*��������� "TV.--".--.-'.".-'.^  xxxYx,:.- y^?^ym:y;;M?mm(xpMsmmdmf^^m^  yAAiitiemia is simplyAablackVic f    :therefOre follows t.hat.xhieV'cowc^TtVeal  HER  IDEA OF   FARMING.  <^������������I&?1>  "Yes, Mrs. Askem, I dearly love tending the grass. I'd like to be a  farmer and have 160 acres to cultivate." ,     ,   -  "*Oh, Mr. Mowerly, but just thi nk of the care ICO acres of lawn  would be!"  pokered euchref.   The "only thing is, I A   }. mn*b wof!" he  f^red.      "My  sho is WfranWly open about it, she might   ft.riuift \T^"1   w      ���������      f^n  ������-������������,���������!������ k��������������� ���������.t.������������ ,-���������������������������������������-    w������i? i   this much   longer���������Heaven,  I will  so easily have put on ignorance. Well, I  shall give Mr.' St. Maur encouragement���������  dear fellow���������he is so proud that, because I* sin an heiress, and he, afser all,  dependent -' on his old uncle's will���������bo  might'not choose to���������to���������come forward.  There he is now with Uncle Rolo, smok^  ing their cigars. Ah! what is he talking-  a<bout, I wonder? Perhaps about me!  Now," there is his Indian valet with  something white in his hand!"  -'Kahmnee approached the' two gentlemen,  palaamed, and .presented a.letter  "to his master. -  jli*Whatl "a. post in, Rahmnee���������at" half  past one!" said .Falconer. -       *   *  0 - "Yes, sahib; local post, -the postman  says." ;  "I sec -Y" yes ��������� from Staffordshire.  Thank.8, 'Rahmnee."  TheJHindu salaamed again and retreat-  - ed toward the house; but as he neared it  hia  ke'ec* black eyes  caught    Bight    of  Blanche  nt her window, and  they glittered suddenly., , 1 >  w,Aha! -Rahmhec, see!" he 'muttered.  "Rahmnee know pink-white missie,watch  the sahib; but he no caree you���������ah, yah,  no! The beautiful mem-sahib' is his  miesie aiid * you���������snake���������snake���������tiger���������  ugh!"  ���������> "Don't stand on ceremony, St. Maur,  pray," said Dr. Clifford. "*  - "Thanks.    The letter is, I see, from  my  uncle."  ; He opened it out. As he read, the  haughty .brow "contracted, as his companion Vow.  - ' "So the, battle is fairly begun," said  St. Maur, with a scornful laugh; "and  it will be "a tough one; and,'as far an  T< am' concerned, I givo them my honor,  ^jo yielding of one inch."  "Have they* struck, then, actually, or  lo thoy,only threaten it?"  , i. "Turned out on strike yesterday. They  held a, meeting some evenings bofore,  listened to tho mischievous agitators  "Who "are 'swaying t thom, and finally  made a( demand for ah increase of 8 per  rnVV., \ ' *  "Absurd, ��������� when all commcrco is so depressed," said the doctor, "and iron no  botterj Aauj .other .commodities, is it?"  \ ������������������NoVit'ls very dull", and could by no  possibility; bear such an. advance. Indeed, it would be working tlte mines at  an absolute',Iobb. Of courso, my unelo  refused ittho demand. Result, a strike."  "And tho end ?" said Ollffonl, watch-  -lng tho^.btho'r's face.' ' *���������   ���������  !*> The mouth, every Hno/scttlcd at onoe  ��������� Into that ruthless look of which habit-'  unity "there lay only indications,   <    ���������  *  "I know what the ond will bo, if old  longer���������Heaven, I will not!  Kahfnnee shall manage to give her a  note to meet me one night in tbe copse;  it is impossible by day anywhere."  CHAPTER XXII.  "Robinson," said Kenton Morley, one  fine August; morning, "I am going to  take a few days' holiday."  "Sir!" exclaimed the old clerk, pushing up his spectacles in the utmost surprise.  "Fact!" re turned his, master,'nodding.  "My/valise is in'the passage; I'll wire  t you* directly _ I hare s.n ?4dress; if any  one calls-.\which   isn't   likely),   merely1  say I'm away for a Week.    Whistle me  a hansom, please, now."  Half .an  hour  afterward the money-  North we-stern  IM  Cores Sprnno Tendon*  Collar nnd Saddle Galls  2t IJiuiKflJJfcAvfl., Wlimljwtr.  OoUilwr Ulh, 160X  "I Ji������v������ ������������*<) your Sjwin Clin ou ��������� Bpnms  flwujottwHUrowrrtuiuwir" --  ���������toCftUtvuM tuddi* anxu."  toiulUftOil I CM rtaamnumd 1������  *r,U.Uud*tt  ;: 7;'A:^avln '[x-:  til1 MMtdHfftolluriMHi'BiMlitMknMii. I���������������������������!������*���������* ���������'  ^Xf!"** **H45ul'������. B������*Mtt Cant lu* utwitil}' WMd  ,**dul������n������������fd^Uim  ,'*: ������������wt wmm, torn Nimi ito Mlt ****>' '  .'i. wt������ K������iSffiiJ������i������taJ,, #UtoUI*-,  v * W W������ Wb*l m Ur *k f������ur i������un'������, ������*t ������ofr  '; .������fi5ti^f>*��������������� <��������������������� ������������*������,w������,s%���������  1**li,",i..|...!..' .'.:..':'  ,y,.;*,v������,'. I; i .V...S.W.W  >������nNmtt|#>*  . ���������*������������������������, VI,  train  with a ' ticket  in his.   waistcoat  pocket   for   Nest   Hill, shire, which  was in due time -readied; and  the traveller betook himself - to-  au inn, bespoke a room, and  oidered dinner, winch proved a good,  plain meal, and when the landlady came  to remove it, the guest told her so. Then  he asked a question:  "Is Nest Hill House tar from here?"  "Well, sir, it is a goodish step to walk  ���������ouite two miles.   Did you wish to go  there?',' x  J The man's sense of humor was touched.   He smiled.  "li my good friend? * I don't ,Iook  much like calling on such swell pooplo, 1  think; and some of them would stare to  sec me there. My question' was an idle  one of a stranger's curiosity. It is owned by Major Addison, isn't it?"  "VcW, sir; and a very nice gentleman  he is, too; and Mrs. Addison likewise."  "Oh-" said tho guest, reflecting on the  inaccuracy of speech of the uneducated.  Acording to tho good dame,     Helen  wa������������ " a nice gentleman."  "I suppose tho Hall Is full of guests  now, ma'am?" ���������  "Oh, yes, sir, several!    And lt makes  it good for the placo, you see, because  tho Addisons do act so fair; everything  as thoy can get supplied at homo thoy  , do.' '  ���������'At homo?"  "From tho town, sir, and farms ���������  bread, poultry, butter, cream, moat,  vegetables (fruit they've ���������got)���������everything thoy can buy around, thoy do, only  It must bo the boBt, in course, sir,"  VCortrflnly."  "Thon look at the extra food and  fodder for the horsos, sirs no Bending  far off for thnt. My husband's brother  supplies the Hall with n lot of things,  He's got a largo farm and inn in one,  sir, a few miles t'other side of tho nallj  a 'protty place." -   '  '���������Is it? And I suppose your brother-  in-law, then, knows all about tho Hall  guests?" i  "Lcr' yes, sir! I dare nny mnrn'n l  do t for 1. don't know their names,  though,/ some I know by sight* and  tlu-ro'fc;. one or two any bno'd know again  If they' see, torn','. once. And horsos ~  there's two? li'roUght horses, sir, as oven  the tnnjor. hasn't got the Hok of In bin  stables*, bne'uy a ,real b'Arab, my "��������� huv  build:says.".'. .''::.',.,'.'A.:,;"yy,.:,V' ���������::.'��������� y  Ken Motley know! Well y whioh that  was j had not the Arab's- master called  nt the old cli.y "don,'Ato say good'byo,  nnd bod told hhn where'hb" was going?  "It this farm and the country aro so  protty," said Morley, "I shall go ovci  thorn for a few dayo. ; Vou have ntrab,  of course?".   .        y.',-v.' XnYy.'x:  "Yes, sin and I'm nwa they'll mako  you comfortable and welcome' Tb-raor*  row'*, market horu, sir, and ybu might  find it a protty sight, being a stranger  from London."  "1 think I tihould. I'll devote the  morning to th������ m*������rk������t, and bo driven  over* to-tlte form after an early dinner,"  *old Idr. Morley, smiling.  . "Yes," ho reflected, when ho was done,  "theso farm'people who serve the Hall  will know thu guests, and f*r moro thnn  wife is, among the party, I shall be able  to identify which she it. Poor young  fellow���������poor wife! 1 wi3h 1 could set-  matters right without such heavy loss.  Well, I can't see my way to it all; but  it may be handy to know where to find  the wife. He neveiygave me a clue of'  any sort. Was that chance or deliberate? and if tbe latter���������why? Not because he mistrusts my" pledge, 1 know.  It was a gpod idea of mine to make a  little holiday over this matter!"  So it was, for he was enjoying the  scenery, the fresh air, the entire change.  The next day he was driven over to  liis new quarters,' a perfectly rural place,  a .queer, picturesque building, hair  fahm-Uouse, half old-fashioned hostelry,  with a big, open yard-ground fronting  the road, and a fine view of the woods  and hill���������it stood' on one���������and valley,  with r*Test Iliii Hail in the distance, while  o>er the trellised front crept honeysuckle and roses in abijndar.ee���������a paradise to the city lawyer's eyes.  Morley at once took two rooms in  front of the upper floor, and sinking,  into an old-fashionedAeasy chair by the  window, half behind the white curtain  and drooping, honeysuckle that looked*  in. ordered some tea.  Tlie landlord himself brought tho tray  in���������tea and rich yellow cream and' butter, and home-made bread, and fruit.  "You have indeed a lovely place here,"  said the*money-lender, "your own, perhaps?"  "No, sir," replied the smiling host.  "My father had it before me on a long  lease. Major Addison's my landlord, sir,  and a better one couldn't be."        '   y  "So I've been hearing. Got guests  down now, I'm told?"  "Yes, several* sir. Some has been down  before this; some hasn't, you see."  ''Who baa been here before?"  "There's one gentleman as come last  ypar straight from Newmarket with our  Major���������Mr. St. Maur's his name��������� come  with a queer*Injun servant; and my  missus' says���������she's such a one for fun,  sir, my missus -is���������that "the gentleman  and his horse and servant wan all \nade  to match each other, because they're all  three so bandsome like. She1 do make  us laugbl'1  "It. was a good idea," returned- Morley, much amused, "And who alse are  tbere?"  -"There's Captain Darnley, and, of  course, Mr. Northcote, Mrs. Addison's  brother, and a London gentleman and  bis party���������a Dr. Clifford."  "Ah:   his wife and daughter, I sup-  | In the next .minute the party swept  up to the hostelry, eight or nine of  A.them, with a groom and the Indian in  attendance, and almost before be drew  rein, Falconer had leaped to the ground,  flinging the Arab's bridle to Rahmee,  littlo dreaming of the pair of keen,' eager eyes that were watching him for a  sign, rapidly scanning the woman for the  one he called wife.  , "Ah, Jove! that superbly handsome  woman, reining in her restive horse under this virdow���������never that blue-eyed  doll who  has just alighted."  Turning quickly from Blanche the instant she touched terra firma, St. Maur  was at his wife's side���������no one r quite  near, all talking, laughing, hoofs trampling���������only those sharp, kindly eyes' and  ears above, unseen, unsuspected.  "My darling���������my Christine!" he said,  low and passionatelyf and lifted her from  the saddle.  Tbv* money lender leaned back in his  chair with a softening of every rugged  feature and line that it seemed scarcely  the same face. , .  ,  "Your darling���������your Christine!" he  repeated. ''Yes, she is that, and will  ,be in literal truth your Christine. 'What  prophetic inspiration made them baptize her that beautiful name, I wonder?  But she should surely go back to the  man; she'll do more with him at his  side, and it is her right place."  Ay, with the' honor that was her due,  but not under *the upas shadow of  shame.  The hall party had evidently been  out for a long ride, and stopped for^ tea  en chemin; the solitary man above could  hear them in the large private parlor  below bis roooms, and as all the doors  and windows stood open, could beaT not  only the pleasant, lively voices, but much  of what was said.  "Frank," came'of ten in the soft, musical notes Kenton Morley knew so woll���������  sometimes Mrs. - JSrrington, or Miss Leroy���������the listener wondered if that was  the blue-eyed doll. ,  "Presently there was \ a "move below,  and Major Addison's deep, resonant  i-oiet gave the order to .the landlord to  have ihe houses brought around.  apaemicSpebpl'^th^^  commendation-Y^'Secp^  contain;th������yiiigT&dient^&thaty  wit  combine  ������������������'...xm\  Mrs. EyMAjfell.ARed'^^  IVtien    X : nnirno yin : :\l^p^.a-ruB^ma:AcriMiri^AA^iSAXAJ0M  blood.   DbctbraVhadVdbheA^erytWri^  me thatVjcbu^::'be';'*.doh"^^  pose.   TheVdbctbrsysaidViyio^  but tbalta chancy of'climateVm  long my--;life^!^^m^"ifat&  to Albei^a'':*-.'':'.^  to improved bufc'-'sbohypecam^  not wors.eV.viljAnv.'h^^  I could iiot^w^lhi7upsta������ra������^  street/ dr-?stand'-in airbomifo'fc^'pjjs^h^^''''  ' a few hdhutesy^^hbutiVyfai^  x'xiyyy'���������������M>M  ...... v���������|  Dr. WilUamsVV^hte^E^  to my att������*htibn,'-and?:aA?au^^  for me y A After-AlA 1-adyused A;tlw:V7s^^y|'y|||||^i  box I thought'.''l.-fel'tAbom#  contini^-ta&n^  like a h^wApierspm^  bicycle , and j skate V withbut v.the a'dr.e'aoj"iU;fe*^ ^VjjMl^B  pains iaVihyi;hmbs;tlVhad'7befbrb;A^*wi^  ,     .���������������������������������������������'.���������:..?'--.-������������������������������������ ������������������������������������ ._*���������-���������'���������'    - T.Y^''iY-'i:t^^^^7y:yy,<'Si!:<iSai  SUIT   OF   LINEN   AND  BROIDERY.  Ex  pose?" _ j  ' "No, sir. ' One's bis daughter, one's*  his' niece, the other lady's half a foreigner, I think; anyway, they say she  can talk to the Injun in his own lingo;  ono of the grooms has heard'her���������been  in India p'r'aps, sir. She's a Mrs. Errington by name, and came-with Dr.  Clifford���������a young 1 lady she is, but a  widow" '*  * "Ohl" said Ken, beginning to think  he was on the scent; "is she pretty?"  "Pretty, sir?   She's just the beautiful-  est lady I've over set eyes onl   Maybe  she's a relation of Dr. Clifford."  ��������� "Is there no Mrs. Clifford, thon?"  VNot at Nest Hill, sir. I think Roberts, tho grqora, said she wordoad."  "Perhaps this lady is to be Mrs. Clifford tho' second?" v  "Maybe, sir, but I shouldn't think so.  Roberts eays she lives vjith them to take  care of tho young ladles."  "Hum! Rut you said she is young herself?"  "She can't bo ovor four or five-and-  twonty, sir; ���������but the .other two' arc  youngor still���������twenty p'jraps."  "I understand, it now"; Mrs. Errington  ia their companion' and chaperon, as  thoy have no mother. Thanks for a  pleasant chat. I feel quito a curiosity  to seo theso people," added Morley.  Tho tea being now drawn, tlio land;  lord withdrew; but boforo the yraonby  lender had taken his, .second cup, his  wish���������no moTo curiosity���������was unexpectedly gratified,' for ho board the Bound  of many homes' hoofs down tho road,,  and pooping cautiously���������for ho had no  wish to bo recognized���������ho behold a rid*  ing party advancing rapidly, and lio  know at onco tho graceful figure of tho  foremost rider. '  ���������'������������������;������������������ ,  "Mr handsome gambler!" ho muttered 1 ''and I seo Rahmee, too, in the rear,  with t stroom." j   ,  y  Men. women and horses now reappeared���������a goodly sight indeed, the Indian's  picturesnue figure standing like a dark'  statue between his own horse and his  master's fiery Arabian. ^ ,  "Miss Leroy, are you ready?" said St.  Maur, as Blanche turned toward him  the moment.the white "palfrey she rode  was brought. He could hardly avoid  the question.     *  .'jPorward minx!" muttered the onlooker^      "~-****r****~"*������i������������rijafr. 1,,  "Oh, thanks, yes."   ^^^W������������wn^.. ^  Blanche was not a featherweight; fo?  though "not above the middle height, she,  was more of tbe robust than slight build'  decidcly, nor had' she much spring. Falconer raised her 'easily to the saddle,  however, put the snaffle into her hand,  and affecting not to hear something  about hor glove, bowed, and'turned to  see if Christine was still afoot.  '  Yes; she was talking to tho hosteas,  and just, putting a cluster of honeysuckle into her button-hole.  ' "Thank you, belle, madame," said th������  audacious Falc, cooly, taking it and  placing it in his own breast. . "You  meant it for mo, I am quito certain;  > permit mo to replace 'it!" and gathering another, ho doftly fastened it in  tho button-hole.,  '���������You thief!" said she, laughing.  "Not at all; exchange is no robbery,  Ib it, Mrs. Ronohaw?"  "No, sir; tako a lot more flowers,"  smiled tho landlady.  "No'; I'll bo modest for once. Now let  me*assist you. Mrs.  Errington;  for   I'  see Frank Addison shaking his fist at  me. Hostler, bring this lady's horso here,  please."  He swung tho slight form easily enough into the, saddle; she was alii nerve  ���������and: spr|ng,, like tompbrcd steel ;���������."'.'. then  leaped., to his own Beat, with a.'! A nod  and smile to Rahmnee, and reining-the  Arab';;.'up besido Fleetfoot'i laughingly  eweptythor:huxom landlady. a;salute: to  the ;: saddle-bow, and rode off "with hit  wifb after tho (others. AV.;'V>,y:'"..'���������  f-WjakVY like* .the'- ,boy/V said V,Koh| V'be.  ''tween':i;������':y8mile,.-'and, a,���������s|gh;;;''(.-tl*eh|':;,;h������  leaned out of tho window.A'y'',"--'VA'AA.A'-'''--^  y ''W������lli; Mrs/Renshow, you gofct ft how,  Simple linen suits are often beautifully finished with' cuffs and collar of deep-toned linen. With-these  suits are worn belts of varnished  leather in the same rich color.  Broad flat hats of coarse straw are  worn with linen dresses and' suits,  and ar������ trimmed about the crown  with a circle'of Toses to match, over  a broad band of velvet.  Snakes are unpleasant rep-tiles  and most ladies would get very  much escited if they knew tbsere  were three or f our, in .the house.  Yet snakes are cleanly and most  kinds we harmless, but the house  'flie3/yon allow to live., in yovx  kitchea and. dining rooms are  probably loaded with-'germs or infectious and deadlv. disease.' The  remedy is found in the constant  -ass oi Wilson's Fly Pads during  the summer months. '' No other  fly kttler compares with them.  ���������������������������*-������ l  Pink iMl!^*������n'd^.la^  mendin-g^thOm'^to/my'vi^  Sold why AValif ^^<^x^^^x^0^^yyy^jgm  mail at'^^htsAaybbxVOTVeix^^  $2.50  frbmA:the:ADr;AyWilUaA8^Medfc^  Co., Brbck&lle^hti'VS^^  ^:*xxyx.mxm^������jmmmm  ���������xyy;*:!ky  Como lex ityft*f I M^ei^-StagiB,  The 'instt&i^i^fV^i^;::^^  phono lBy^m:.-:fdr.-;.th^  Theatre '''iUyi'NbwAVVyiOr^  not oidyAthe'yv&rietyAbfii^  the telephbMAwVput,{My^^^  American, ^but'-V^^ytiey ^V^ue^Vj^al|;||S|^:  complexity yoTjt^:'!^^  stage' i������l^]&neA6*^temhas:::nii^y^a    on the^^ge^a^-iteA^^  two switchl&ardftyoEfie^  ThroughYtl&!^y(^^ ���������  cation swijth^lw A.bt^  had.- FromA^meVibf Sthbsey^^i^tEl^imsg  ANviiRGMiliiliiiiilM   S:;;".Witk^BBf������liM|  "���������'v'Y-y'.*''^  y"We have onyhand;:  taken in; exchange Aon"  pianos; .which; wb ymust  end full amount will hbyallowcdAon';'b������*'y"  ���������change;'7 :Tko',pricesrrun;Vfro!^  ^fbrVsucbAwell-lfnoWhymal^  Dominion, Kara, 'Uxbrldge, OoAerloh-/anfi^lA';A:y!;;4l  BelK This is yburohanco^b sn'vO inbhe^ A  A: pb������t bard will bring fttU'pbrtlcularsi^A.  < HeWBman'A&'l^r;'7lyKiug ���������^���������ttcOtyoiibt;;-  : HanCltoo;yA'A'yXy-.y��������� '-A X-;axx-X^A;y A/?S ',���������  V"���������''���������''������������������."������������������:���������'������������������,���������-''������������������:"���������'   "..';������'������������ .". .vr'T^YyvyAVyrVi  pioTunr^ATS still lead;  This broaS^prbaidihg hat 'of V blaolc  si'aw- ibAfacod -With blackysatiiiYand  turned up sharply in tlio back. V It,,ia  mounted witli 'deep : shaded ��������� gray  feathers, which' arc. fastened��������� at .'tho-  baclt a^nid droop forward ovor. ,���������'.','��������� tbo  crown,7'' 'XY-'X.XAxxX   ...V,A'y-'.--''AV.'"' ' '":';':'-'  I)S������ OF AtUM IH MICHI6AN,; -  '' yStatb '.'Cltbmist', .''i^!',vW/*]RbblhWn,'':''r;of i  , Michigan, in an intbryiow'somo days ago  , fltatod tliat. maifiy baking powder���������������������������"' bom-{  punies havo  for  months, been: terming -  sodium aluminum.sulphatoaa one of the  ; ingrodionts used in thb: tnanhfaoture of  baklngi- powder, Whieli When sifted down  wan nothing more Aoryloss than alum.)  tThlii  lie claims will soon bo used  by  many of tho States as an entering wodge  to prohibit the use uf thut .substance ln|  'halting i.powdor atid'"���������. many . other--; food*'  stuffs.   Michigan has no law preventing.1  the uso.ot alum, hut thorp Is a stringent  law against the uso of substances in  fobilstuftu that aro Injurious to tho puW  Ho health.    According to the PennsyJ-'  vatila decision alum is biassed as' such,  and action hniy bo takon In Michigan to  prevent tlio sale of baking powdor eon-  UlidbiJ it. ..--.���������.  '������������������.."������������������; ~*~��������� ^������������   , ,,���������',--. . , ,  yThe; Dolsyy  1 lovo roece. xX;y.y,A,:.y  But, oh J you , daisy 1  Xfan'reka,;i peaehi :;all' ilfyWiwirMil  Hi'...  xr-WY:  r������������v:  boooming,   ���������- -. ._-.-.  The  ���������h# ������mi������������t������ know themselves, toot and if. I smooth  Ks I inspect,    my 'handsome slnnsnrV  A Snnke In His Hnlr.  The hiilrbftho'Indian yogi Or vollgl.  mill mendicant owing to long years of  nericet -hwjnmes mattad together In a  fashion morn easy to imagino than to  dcicribc fttul iecrtalnly could not bj  briinlied out, It Is of very g/oat length  ami when allowwl to hang down trails  on the ground. <  One night onn of thimt* yuK'8     "w'ft3  ���������Iwplng undor n trim     whon a snake  iminir wormed Its way Into hi* tangled eolf'  Tho iobond toquh is ft dainty oho  ol   tullo  or    not  covorod    wtth    furo, and hn Imd quite a-dlffloult toik,(,,  ���������oth foUago and trlmmod witli .att upright yarroDgomont   cf   ahftdod |*oflt*t Hd���������of It-In thn inornlng.���������Of'm*  g*o������m imu.iujo tibbwu. ' World Magarlne.  : '.'.' :".';.' ' ���������   ���������" -.';"'-"'   ���������   '������������������'���������..��������� .- .*..-���������.���������    \ ,    ���������., .  ;'*V' dL08E.FlTriN������l  PARIS TOQUES.  Rough blook straw bv quito tho o raitb tlii** wiftBon,'" and v/hen muHk  ovor ono of thoeo email ������lxnpo������, and trlmmod with''a. vory largo loo#������  bow of whito mouseilino set on top At tho buck, is most effective and  graoo.    ,?;, Myriadsl of you''!transfb'rm' fields into  'ymi&yy&ityiiXyA^  ���������t ���������! ���������* ��������� You i dinger '������������������������������������ coquottishly, Aeven, 'fjirta- :>  tiously near tho v������ry'.rbodsido.;... '--v'.;-.,-'V''.  A And again, you/coyly-.cling bfar back  fiiWytirtiu,; wobduma'b������������������:&&&$ y!   a  " Yearn ago your nnihb-'.beciuiWJtt-Y^  onyni for "all-that was'fat**oinatlng,>t;'v  ... Ages Iago, .you daisy,: (chrysanthemum  loucanthomum), of tho, tblstlo,, fatally,  jrpu' ,ybrb(, choeon ,hy7 Marguerite ^br'thb,  lovtv-mo-lbyo-mo-not test; and 'youVWnoa V  reddv 'to' help out; anxious maidens to  'thiifdayi^Y-'-'v.-A';;'i.;,v n:-\y "^���������xy^h'f.i^.,  '���������'. '   '    ' -      .     ..I   l'^������   ������   I.      .     -,������������������!-       -  ���������    ' -,T .". 'f. >y ..-(<.-.,<; ',fV,.|-f������  ���������  ���������,.;;'THE'ONLY-I'LKA,.. ....  '���������' ���������-"���������;.���������' ���������.-',,Y'(Clovolaiid;/������ader.)''.:j,'' ,vVv^':-'.'.','y  1 Western i' Judge���������-Hoss  .thief,y you'ro,  fouud,guilty by th'.iury,   Have y^any-  thing to say as to why I shouldn't s'oau  y'f 'litiiltT *��������� v.-���������.'-.-,���������..���������.���������>-v^-.,  '   I>rIsoncr~Well, judge, it wasn't yonr,  llOBS IistOlo. V���������;.���������",; ..w������������������':���������; i;i*' vh.:.jV.: ���������..;ii-������^."'Y  (AX::  AX:A>i  mmmmmm  wm  ,���������;>!���������,'-.';��������� ������^.M*^rf^.rr **'.���������������������-.*S,^SC=?.-^^���������  <     '      I  (  -,,..-\)   "v'^-i--,  Jpyxy  THE    GRS3TON Rl3VIE'W<*  iir.--.  li":7:  I  I*'  M *,'  I':  I.i,  rii-  P  nrrr  WWNfMM^M.  ���������H H)lWHHII>>ff������lf IIH!!  |  THE CANADIAN.BANK  OF COMMERCE  Wild Rosa IvOpgb No. 39  gvr<u<dal  i k7  OF  ttSAs ������S^eS, *roSGnTw  t*������������^������ * <*��������������� now w������������     a naM  Yi������n, pfeaueet Paid-up Capital, $10,000,006  jv&ssD^essemiszaBager  Reserve Fund, -   6,000,000  Creston, B. C.  Meets every other Monday from June 90  cc October 4 at 8 p.m. in Speers' Hell.  Geo Broderick, O. 0.  B. Jensen, K. bf R. <fc S.  &. S. Bevan, M. of F.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  !ffgg������&s������ !hj9Sgfa������a$ Ctssda, and ia tbe United States aad England  SAVINGS BANK  l^Xijr^UCV. JL AVAJCB.^ JL  Deposits of $1 and upwards aire received and interest allowed at current  rates.    Accounts  may be opened in the names of two or  stotc persons and withdrawals mads  vy any  one of them or by the survivor. ia*.  PBROY B. FOWUSR, MANAGER ORESTON BRANCH  Starker & Go. I  .ul  Wholesale  Saner** Commission Merchants  NELSON        - B. C.  an  A 1  IN STOCK A  r^AT^VPT?^   HARNESS  AND  V-^riLlW  JL^IX  O        IMPLEMENT  IMPLEMENT  STORE  & \m4*&*i&*\m&*tfn*&&&&^&^ ^  5%^  Creston  tRevie*)*  R^tf^aaa*gai^sg������g������3ire5^^^������sajejoc3cc  Fabliahed every   Friday at Oreeton, British Columbia, by the Creston Pnb-  Mshtat Co., ** 'heir office, Fiset Sfereat, Orestoa.  ���������4-.*^^  <  hrliit Growers  agWPa^u.u..tf4*ii).fc.a.n.m.* u' .������^<   mmm  2������ann'rer.  Ralph G. Sobutow  Editor.  gubeoription, $2 00 a year, iu advance.  aO-Day Notices, SS;  60, $7 50; 90, $10  T6������ Review is tbe acknowledged advertising mediam of the Oreeton valley, cir-  oelatifif ia over one thousand home* throughout the Crestou distriot. Oxa  eshunas are open to correspondent* on live questions of looal interest. Oon-  ta*itmtioo8 moat bo brief, written on one Bide of the paper only and siftned, not  mtmwrilj for publication, but ������s evidence of good faith. We invite support  he oar mdeaveun-. to increase the uaefnlness of the Review by bringing in yonr  aAvert'tMBie&'te, rrabaeriptfions and news. Complaints from Bubsoribere art to  neB-weaipt of paper wiil be promptly attended to. Addreea all communion-  t&ana to the editor.  In the course of tbe  the final choice of the  periraental orchards in the various parts  of tho province will have been made.  We have frequently called the attention  of the Farmers' Institute and tbe Board  of Trade to tbis matter, and take this  opportunity, ere it is too late, of imp!  ing upon these bodies the  securing one of these farms in this district.  We see from the government minutes  that five of these stations have "been  allotted to the Kootenay and Arrow  Lakes district. If energetic action is  taken, there is still time to have one of  these stations located in the Creston  i ia th heart of a rap-  next few weeks j part, no one will deny, but  i location of ex-  all these, th������ conviction fe  importance oi  ....11,.���������        D.-.L. tw   fed, and by  sneh a station ia required, and by getting such we should participate in whatever good in the way of experiments or  publicity these stations will afford.  It will be good news to onr readers  io learn that our respected fellow citizen, Mr. J. J. Grady, has beau triumphantly acquitted from the charge basely  Brought against him at Cranbrook.  From the circumstances of this case  and from onr knowledge of the character of Mr. Grady, we were convinced  from the outset that a mistake hnd been  made and therefore refrained from , inserting in this paper tbe messnges we  received fiom our correspondents ai  Oranbrook aud KelBou, which were evidently written without full knowledge  pf tbe facts of tho case.  We cannot too strongly deprecate the  attitude of some of* the residents here,  who all too engerly accepted the worm  aspect of tbe case ns being the correct  ono, end allowed their anxiety to rgoapip  about tho matter to get away with theii  judgment, based on a real knowledge ol  the character of our worthy oltizeu.  This oaso will serve as n useful reminder to all that a man Is innocent in  the eyes of tbo law until bis guilt is  proveu, and that persous who so eagerly  accept wild accusations against the character of a fellow citizen are often left in  tbo ond with no comfort but tho knowledge that they bave given proof to all  of their own lack of charity.  xorceB itssu i**  the front that there is a big balance of  fires which cannot be accounted for under these heads, and the question is, nre  a Inrse number of fires arising under  circumstances which imply that they  have bssn vrilfally started.  The fire situation has become a serious  one alike for the individual settler, the  owner of timber, and the Provincial  Government. At tbe time these fires  are breaking out in all directions the  country is overrun with a wandering  hobo class of men who see iu the limits  a standing example of the power and  privileges of the wealthy owning com-  i pastes, or who regard a fire as a joke,  %vbich eaa bare uo mors serious consequences to the incendiaries than providing them with work to fight it at  high wages. Tbese criminally minded  nei^ons fail to see that every stick of  timber bnrned means loss of work and  WBgjs to loggers, who would otherwise  h'sve been engaged in cutting and  haul-  resources to the state. In the meantime |  the fires go merrilv on, enormous sums (j  of money are spent, and as fast as one  fire is put out, others start up elsewhere.  You cannot handle forest firPB with  Vid gloves, and we put it to the srovern-  ment thnt $50,000 spent in secret service  men and bringing some of these fire  bug-* to justice will have more effect in  stopping fires than the expenditure of  ten times that amount under the present system.  I wish to announce that I place our entire window space o.t your disposal free of charge, for  display of Crestou grown products; the display to  be iu ou Labor Day. Also that I will devote any  ability I possess to making the display attractive  and interesting, and will be glad to have ranchers  who are interested let tne know as soon as possible what tliey wish displayed.  Creston can stand lots of this kind of advertising, and I will do everything in my power to  make the display a success.  i v^Jrt������>ion  XT^^ 1-  jL������uiei  I8 The Leading  _ Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  Our   Guests \  <uau  /Again ������  \/OU will make no mistake  Y when you get off the trails  , "* if you sign the register at  tlie Creston Hotel. Travclliag  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  Headquarters for Mining *-^M  f      f.aotJ'ni'n  W. A, McBEAN, Manager -  xy'asjuucriricu,  and Commercials.  Ranchers,  i!KI.������U.  xuuri*K������  Moran  *"������5      **nrv ^ _ _  C3 cMead - - iirops*  to drop in iipre aud have a look at  onr pipep. It is no pipe dream to  say that it is the finest and completes*; display of its kind iu town  There are Pipes  for every tasre and for every  purse. Thev range from tbe humble clay ani corn cob to the' royal  meprsrchaum. There's a nine  you'll lika here.  i"ii7iiy^88aa7*Tiffli7i*ni  Greston WSne & Spirit Oo.  ^-reTnnrrrroTrra'yya aymryyvrg <tbo mnnnnr<f> ao a roirawi 8 wra t>  We arc Agents for McLaughlin 1  K ������g* i*a jam tutst ty/nt  You Save Money by consulting us before  Buying Elsewhere.       Easy Terms  *?-*���������������������  ������ 1*      4J**,  i������t KsA VJU^Tl I. J. 1  CRESTON  ���������3JULgJLftlLg 9 fi 9 fi.fiP. JULiUtftJLSLflJLaJLfl^JtlLa fl flfl PPilgOOPflPPt- ���������_0J*tJPU..'  o ������������������������������������^^^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.* ������������������0  Two youths of Oreston who were mis-  obievoua onongh to throw popper in the  eyes of pansers-by, ou tho streetB last  'I'neflday evening, wero up oc the police  court Wednesday, and it is bolioved  tho severe lecture whioh thoy received  will bo a distinct warning to them not  to indulge in these dangerous practical  ���������jokes in the futuro.  It haa been remarked recently to the  Kuvircw that tho yonthn of Orostou soom  to be running wild. Perhaps tho teach-  *nt nnd school authorities can do something to oonuternot this tontlouoy. Tho  ffaraark is fre������j,no������itly mnde that tho iu-  txoduotlon of a atrict sohoolmaRtor of  ���������he old typo would be a real boon to tho  rising goneration here.  WHAT THB REVIEW KNOWS ,  That Uncle Sam has had the northwest edge of hiB whiskers singed and  that soma of the pimples which pass for  towns on his western expanse have had  a vory close shave.  That fire fighting is not quite the snap  some people seem' to imagine. There  would be true stories told of heroism  and hardship which would boat all the  dime novels ever written, if tho two  hundred, or over, men burned to denth  in tbo wilderness of blazing timber had  lived to tell the tale".  Tliat somo of the harassed mothers of  Oreston will heave a sigh of relief when  they learn that sohool ro-oponB Monday.  That it is a good job for Mr. Gibbs  1010 is not a leap year.  That tho way hay is going up in prioe,  all ouo has to do in to follow tho old  proverb and "Make hay while the sun  shines" in order.to beoomo a millionaire.  That a bald hcadod citizen on whom  this was sprung, remarked. "Yes; but  you havo to find tho hair boforo you oan  brash it."  ��������� .  The Greston  Blacksmith.  Repairing of all kinds  done. Horse Shoeing  a Speciality. -.. -   -    -.  yuaa.ra������L������iM^^.niiiuj������gCTrar������t������ga  Blacksmith Shop directly behind  Oreston Realty & Timber  Oo.'s Offices  Ai    U!  F  M  ^���������������������������wt������������*4������������������������������������H������������m������  Miss M. JohuKou aud Miss B. Johnson left on Thursday 'tor'Oranbrook.,  Miss M. Johnson is returning to take  ohnrgoof her pupils in the Bohool nt  Miohel, and her slBter will return to  Oreston on Friday.  miR.BeattB  CRANBROOK - B.C.  * Th������  Funeral Director  ���������sua  A. MIRABELLl  THE    CRESTON   SHOEMAKER  Best Workmanship  Boots and Shoes made to Order  A Speciality  O.O.S.  SfcoreH.  means Oranbrook Oo-operntivo  Writo tho O. O. 'S'i  Oranbrook,  priooB on furniture nnd rugs,  for  All the Latest in Hats,  Flowers, Ribbons suid-  Veilings,  Ladies'   aud  Children's Sailors  A. fine assortment of Ladies'  Waists, from $i. Infants':  Silk Bonnets, etc., etc,  llrs, .M..'YOpPJ!  Fourth Street, Creston, B.C.  aijawafciiia'a-gww) ������0mtt.mt.m^timmmtt^  Say, Johnnie, can you tell  me Inhere I yean hire a Good  Saddle Pony}  Swel  fCry the  Tho forest Area thia year hnvo broken  nil record* and the total of lost Uvea nnd  destroyed, timber and proporty oontiuuoR  to grow, every day adding froah dlww*  tern to the tremendous loaa whioh ban  Wn piling np ainoo tho dry spell wot in  ���������uurly in the mi miner. Tbequeatun unlur*  allyatiaes: To what apeolal oau������o onn  onr unenviable reword thia year bo nt*  tributod ? Thorn ia no gnluanying that  the primary cause haa boon tbo urnum-  ally dry aeoaon, which Ima turned tho  toroat country ������uto a vwat flro pilo of dry  bru������b And timber, ready at tbo dropping  of a aparb, to bwrafe into Mmm. But  ovon to theae oiroumataneeaaoino originating eanae muat be added. Tho dryeat  liiubor will not oounliy tako flro of itaelf.  That aparka from Iho roil-araiy, owroloaa  mmp Area, dropped match**, or othor  miim t*l mum, ifi*f~ **������ tajperuac  WHAT THE REVIEW WANTS  TO KNOW  What were all thoso ladies doing on  tho dopot on Thursday afternoon whon  tho trlan camo In, and why tboao disappointed looks ?  What linn bocomo ot tho park and  biiHObulI grounds whioh woro to bo ho-  curod for tho oitizona of Oroston, for  ever nnd ovor? T������ this another caso of  "unfinished business?"  Whothor young ladies havo booomo so  iionrco in town that it is nocoBiinry to  bring them book with a gun wlion thoy  attempt to ruu away?  Whothor Sir Wilfrid Laurier, duriug  his tour round tho West, will aucoood,  by the aid of bin silvery oloqnonco, in  reviving tho literal party in Brltluh  Columbia ?  Whether tho nmonnft tho province re*  oeivea for tlm nor lioenaea will nover tho  ! eta*, ot tshilzz flres this y#sr?  Creston Hardware & Furniture Co.  Is the Proper Place to Buy  ANYTHING Y<3U   NEED  IN THE  HARDWARE and FjNlTURE LINE  i ' ��������� v       ,  cptumbinff and Tinsmilfiing Orders Promptly Attended t$.  .AxfAyW. & METCAZFE.  \mmt  mmmm  .% ������������������  Tbe Riverside Nurseries,  Grand Forks  Xa tho NEAREST NURBKRY to th* ORKSTON BTflTRIOT,  Stook nrrlvea In FKB8II, HEALTHY OQMJiXTlOtr  For Prioea, etc., write to*-  WALTER V. JACKSON. Agent, Crestou, B��������� C.  ^������VM������^.w������twwtmwiwM������������������������w������>������������^������������w������>������������������������   ' ' " "' hvmirr-mil-mmimwiwui,*'  :xltrs' the BEST INVOWN.  A There's a Good Drap and  Transfer tn connection* * Also  'Green and Dry Wood,  '' ,''������������������' i   . " ���������  * uwiirno������  Cameron Bros.  PRGPxmrojRs  We are now handling  AU LOCAL KILLED MEATS  Fresh BEEF  PORK  VEAL and   *  SMUTTON  Fresh Fish, Halibut  Salmon, Trout, etc*  P. BURNS & Go.  Limited  CRESTON  B.C.  mmmmmmm  .������"  BMC  It  It  I    I  y , I havo Opouod ni   ';., y- Ay.  Clothes Cleaning; ^Pressing  and Repairing EstaMsjtmeni  in tho pronil������os formerly ooonpled by  tho Oroaton Bakery no "A' ryxxX'-f-. \  Sim>AR-MEm&:Xy  '���������'.���������.',        ���������    Ai   ,       \t    j.,-   .,*   -I,    .    ,   ���������';,    ���������'  Clothes Pressed %Mle yott %*H>  Wrlttff' In ypyr Cioihw,''.,  iwmpiMwKwwiwtM*.  *-f C3ISH WSZJ&ltSt'  .     J,  HIMMHkt  y_jie  Jf?  ( ^L  ^ffl  ���������Pi  sJr   iA-������ Jt4  i) H  Wr   '  1         M^\.   ^YW '     A.  .mW                                                                            A  "S������r i  ^i  ;  IHp.NB'STV  There are leis of l?6r\est people in  Hie wwW,   If you have lost same,  thing perhaps an 'honorable powon,  ..found. It.,, A  This ia on honest paper and fionejit'  pwipltf reud It. y.  Tall tlwrn abnui your Iota in our  CtoMlfled Wwit Ads.  immk%'mm  fa  fl  ���������fiSfl  ''A iy  * *  1' i,  -f-,1-  ;?-. ������ v.  /V    ���������   s -���������': ,"y  i *  THE C&SSTON &BVIBW  .** 'it"'  V-^&'^t.EB  y      - .- ������������ , ^.������,,y yy^c%m  \ ,      ' '   ,     ��������� A^i'A:'^0;m  am  ^������������������o  i'-y.-^J  >'y\^|  *   -t.-i'T-al  Are you* looking for a. Location for a Home)  IT?    Gf\      Z������T?AT\    f\KT  "l.'iHi I  "'i-^l  1^1  M  .A Good and Safe *Buy  Oue acre of land, all.cleared aud level,  cud ready to build on. In the center of  the Town, situated on the main Residential street. Fine site for a .House, with  plenty of ground for a garden, or Lot  could be sub-divided into Town Lots.  Price  $1200  A Paying Investment from  Xhe Grass Roots  2000 Shares in a Local Oompany, paying IS per cent, dividend. Owners require oash to invest in Creston property.  Will sell at par value.  A Ready Home  20 Acres, partly improved; 4 miles  from Creston, on main government road;  wates on property. This year's crop,  house, pony, buggy, harness", boat, tool's!  pigs poultry, and household effects  included.  Price $3,000  Agents  British ���������e!uftsb:������ Life Assumnc������ C������i  Head Office, Vancouver, B. C.  Tho Oreston Valley haa more than nroven itaelf to be  the best adapted and most successful Fruit Diatrict in  British Columbia. Not alone in frnit, bnt in vegetables  and flowers does it excel, cot to mention the salubrious  climate (free feoss fresS) asd all ths ether necessary conditions that go to sa.ks it an ideal spot for a hczuo for &e  fruit rancher and farmer.  Come to the Creston Valley and be free  of   nervousness,  worry and anxiety,  and  enjoy good health. #  Sole Agents ior the  ������������������Family Butter Merger"  lib. Batter and x pint Milk makes albs.  Butter  Stock and Fruit Farm  26 Acres at Wynndel Junction ��������� oiwfc  running through and good government  rood to property; 1% acres light olearing, suitable for fruit and vegetables;  balance meadow land, good for pasture  Price $75 per Acre  <Totujn   Property  WE have the exclusive handling ox  the choice Building lots is Barton Addition of the Oreston townsite.  These Lots will only be on the market  np to the first of August, and are conceded to be the oream of the Townsite, for  residential purposes, having a fine sitoa-  ion overlooking the valley.  c/l Snap  10 Lots and House, 241%. x 13ft., with,  kitchen 34ft. s 10ft.; within atone'a  throw of Oreston O. P. R. depot; good  chicken bouse and ran ; 5 lots eleaaed  and fruit trees planted; 6 lots cleared,  but net cleaned. This ia a special for  thia week. Owner going away. Price  not for publication, bnt it will astonish,  yon if yon are a genuine enquirer.  ���������'-���������21  W  We are ihe men %>Bo sell ihe Land (hat, Grcws the Big Red Apple  THE  inn  DUA.  3U  PDrOTfliV  uncoiun  wm i rv  PHMDaliV  UUIVII Hill  rnwn-p *>m.  L\Sm  Kelson land Diotrlot���������District of  West Kootenay  Talc* notice that X, Sed G. Chatem.of Montreal, Quebec, married woman, Intend to apply ror permission to purchase tbe following  described lnnd:  Commencing at a post planted oa tbe nortb  bank or Summit Create about 10 chain* soutb  of the northwest corner ot 1.. 8631, tbence 80  chains north, tbence 80 chains west, tbence 80  chains south, or to Hummlt Creek,' thence  nlong Summit Creek to point of commencement, containing <4o acres, more or less.  Dated July 22nd, 1910.    ���������      .     ,  ', SKD G. OHATEM. Applicant  EDWARD FERGUSON, Agent  Kelsbn Land District���������Distriot of  West Kootenay  Take notlee tbat I, John Stevenson, of Toronto, Ontario, salesman. Intend to apply for  permission .to 'purebaee the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about 30  chains from the north bank of Summit Creok  and about 7 miles from Its mouth, thence 40  chains south, thence 90 chains east or to Summit Creek, thence alono; Summit Creole to  Ceoil Goodohlld's southeast corner, thenco 80  chains Wast to point of commencement, eon  talning 100 aoros, moro or lew,  Dated July aist, lino.  ,  ' JOHN BTBVBSM80N, Applicant  EDWAHD FERGUSON,Agent  fflcPEAK'S Store of Plenty  Fancy Vests in all Colors.       70 Pairs  of Moleskin Pants.  Good Selection of Ties and Gents* Furnishings  We have 100 pairs of Boys' Overalls  for ages from 5 to 15  Wall Paper in numerous selections  At Low Prides  The celebration committee  meets Monday evening, August 29th, at 9 p.m.,, in,the  -Mercantile Hall, to make final  arrangements.  Ladies' cashmere hose, 29o.���������O. O. S.  MURPHY'S LODGING HOUSE  Ia now open for Lodgers and Transients  Kelson Land DlBtrlct���������Dlstrlot of  '      y<   . West Kootenay  Take notice that I, Earl doodohiia, of Tor-  onto, Ontario, salesman, Intend t������ apply fov  permission to purouese- the following dss-  oribed lands 1 y -   <  Oommenelnij; at a pout planted at the south  enstoornerofTCtheloliatour's application to  purchase, < thence 40 chains west, thenoo 40  chains, south, thence 40 chains east, or to  Hummlt Creek, thonoe along fcniramlt Crock  lo point of eommanoomenf, containing too  acres, more or leas.  * Datod July aistv Wio. *  MAitfc UOODOHItiD, Applicant  KOWAUD FKnaObO*!, Agent  Helton JLand Dlstrlot���������Dlotrlotof  A: -' X-.   ���������.      ' i -WoatICprttvaife-ir; ���������_,-..  X'"::;Tako notice that I, Bth*\ Obatem, Or iioib-  treal, Q,ueu������)c, spinster, Intend to apply for  ,   permUnlon to purchase tho; following ,des>  ���������.������������������;���������',urlbed landsi     ;,,-,������������������. .;Yy;-,, ;iXX,x,AyZ"Xy:  v comuiMnMng at a post planted about one  . nud ono'lu-irmlUts distant aud In an caaiorly,  direction rrom the moiftiior. Placer'Orooa, oa  tho north bank of Hiunoilt (Jieolt, thouoii  id cbntna vr������������t, thence 40 oliulus north, thenoo  '4ft chains sunt or to Hnmrnit ursek, thence  .along Biimmlt Croak to point of comm#uoe.  ment, eontalnlng l������o acres, more or lens.  :   Dated July rlf.klSl*'^*;������������������ 'A V.-. *  .."���������'���������    ItVHWL CHA.TKM,, Applicant .  y MDWAUD IHfittGUBoW, Agent  Nolson Land Diotrlct���������District of  West Kootonay  Take notloe that!, JamesChatcm, of Mon-  troal, Quebec, engineer, Intend to apply fur  permission ao purohaso the following des*  crlbod lands: ���������  Coramanelng atn.post plantod on tho north  bank of Summit Creek, about 13 miles from  the mouth of said oreok, thonoe 30. chains  west, thonoe 00 chains north, thenoo 80 chains  east, or to Summit Crook, thonco along sum*  mlt Creok to point ot commonooment, containing IflG uoron, more or loss.  Dated July aand, loio.  JAMES OIIATEM, Applicant  , KDWAHD FERQ^SO>f, Agont  Nolson Land District���������District ot  West Kootonay  ..Take notioo that I, Ulanohe Qoodclilld, or  Toronto, Ontario, merchant, intend to apply  for pormlsHlon to purchnso the tollowlngaes*  orlbo Hands; v-y,.*,--..;.,  , > Oomtnonoliig nt a post planted about nine  mlicefi'oiu the nioutli of summit Creek and  about1 40U, foot nortliorly' from , aaid creek,1  thenov SO chains north, thonco 90 chains east,  thonop'VO olialnHHoiitli, thonco 2o chains west,  to. point, of oornmouoomont, oontaininB 40  noiosjmoroor teas . ,'y-:" .''���������y'i'yyy  Dated July icino, 1010.  *     MDWAIIJ) FKllQUSON, Aflen?  Nolson Land DlBtrlct-DlBtrlot of  Went Kpotenay  Tako notice that I, jr. H, Forgason, or "Roclc-  uprlng, Ontario, farmer. Intend .to apply for  parmiRSton to purchauo tho following  crlbed lands:    , '  Commend ng at a post planted atthoaouth-  w������Bt corner of Bod. G. Guatam's applttcatlon  to purohaso, on Summit Crook, thenco 40  chains north, thenoo HO chains wost, or to  Summit Croak, thonco along Summit Crook  to point of commonooment, containing 3120  aorcR, moro or Iobs.  Datod August SAth, 1010,  J;H.FriRGttsON.Anplloant  KDWARD FKRO^H^N, Agont  Mrs, Pochin; TMrs. P. A. Mather and  Mr. S. P. Mather arrived on Sunday on  a visit to A. D. Pochin, of Oanyon Oity.  Mr. P. A. Mather is on hie way to California, whero he will "go into business.  The visitors had a first olass trip across  from the old country by the crack Allan  liner Virginian. ���������  ���������tfelson JUnil Distriot^Dlstrlotof  ,..,..��������� .,������������������...������������������:���������������������������;���������',���������..��������� .West Kooteuay  TateWnkleathatlfMthol Luokw'oll, or Tor-  onto, Ontario, aptnsW, Intend, Jo apply for  imrmlsUon to, purchase thu following ,dos.  crlbfld lanes; -   ��������� ���������  Oommenoiiic at a post plantod at the south*  4*a������t eorticr of J, |i. For������;u������ti������'# itri|illcallou U>  piirohnao, t������i������no������40 oIimIiim north, thonoe 40  chalne uiut. thonoe 40 ohalniH Noutlt, tlionco 4V  oliains weNti to point of, eommoncomont, con*  ininrniriQO aoros. more or Iam.  Dai������n*niyai������Liou������.  y -mnm..uvmcwKhh, Apniioant  IfiDU/AHD FMIiaUBON, Agent  Woisdn )Und Dlitrlet^Dlatrlotot  , , ,,.. West Kootonay  tatka nolle* that 1, VtmA Htovonson, of Tor.  onto, Ontario, winter, thtoiirt in apnly for  VSSS&ftoXJ0 mroiiaat tho -(oiiowlntf don*  unbanlandHt .������������������ . 1 .    >.���������,.'-.,    ., ���������     ���������  Commeneinf at a post plumed at tn# south*  east oornsr or Karl cioodohiura appliostlon 10  purchas*. thanoa 40 chains west, thane* 40  , eham* solith, thenoo ������e ohm ns east or to Sum*  mlt, VruUu thohoo alohf Hummlt Ore������k to  point orfrnniMeawntant, oontalning 100 aer**  lleisttf   t  A   ^Olfloh lAjid faistrlot-Dlstriot of  -...'., :���������!���������: yyx'v.-v';.;Waatlcoot������nay..-...��������� ��������� ������������������.���������.;!������������������..  oSf^,^|^^^^  yonimeiiolnif at a post planted near flnm^  mlt CmfIt, iibinit ono mllo wSsterly from  uouttiwost oouner of lllanohe Qood^iUd's ao'  plication to purohaiio, thonco30 chains uorth,  1 liumw 40 nhuliiH east, theiinn an nhnlns snuth,  tlteuco 40 clmlns want, to point or, ooiumonoo-  mont, coiuiiliilngflOuores, moroorlomj   ,  Dated Inly JMml, 1010.  m^mwmst  Notices of Application tot   Renowal  of Uqiior iJcenaea     *  Take Notico that I, A. worth, orairdar, ft.u  Intend upntying to tlio Huporintendoiit or  rnivlnctnll'otlooet. Vt/Hflrln, tit. thi* e*������1m.  tloiiofomimnnth froin tbo date lioroof, t������r  tii** renowal of the retail liquor Homme held  by m������ fur the pram Ism known as the Blrdar  Uotal,auuuton at Hlrdar, ll.C. ��������� '^  ; Dated at ttirdan ������.������������������������ Xugustiath.Mio.  A. NOHTlI  'Nolson land Distriot���������District of  West Kootonay. ������������������  Take notioo that I, Frod. Goodelilld. of Toronto, Ontario, merchant, intend to apply ror  pormlstilon to purchase tho ft)llowln������ don.  orlbodlanUss yyy.x-        ���������yx.y.:..,,-. , .  Cominonolna at a post plantod at" the nortb ���������  oast corner o? & twitl, near Bum mi t Creek,  thenoo 40ohulna north, thonoo 70 ohalnn west,  thenoo 40 chains south, thonoe70 chains oant,  to point or eommonoomont, oontaining 280  aores, moroor iohs. ��������� -:   "    ��������� yxx;- x^y v  Dated Augustanth. 1010. x , t ';���������  '.  ,     MDWAItD IWUQVHdNi Agont  Neteoh l^nd DlBtrlbt^Dlsiriot of  Wont Kootonay,  ^Tdke notioo that I. Matilda Btovonson, of  Toronto, ontar������ft������,mnrrlod woman, lntond to  ������PPly tor.pormliiMlon to purohaso tho follow,  lugdosorlbod landsi ��������������������������� .' .  Commonoing at a. post planted at tha south'  east corner of J. ft. Forguson's,pre-emption,  thonoo 40 chains north, thonoe 40 chains cast,  thonoo 40 chatiw south, thenoo 40 ohalns west.  to point or commonooment, containing 100  aoros, more or low*. * ,-   -  Dated AwEwnasth, lOto.  mXtWDA byMVlflNBON, Applicant  XDWAHD WOHUUflON, Agoiit  Nelwon "Uhd DUtrlot~Dlatrlot of  West Kootonay,  Take notico that I, Flossie Chatem, of Mon*  traal, Q,u������boo, simutter. Intend to apply foi'  permlsyiuu to purchase the following dos.  Oommonoliigatapost planted on fliunmit  Crook at tho southwest ooruor or J. A, Forgu-  aon'a pre-emption, thonoe 40 chains norib,  lliujiDuaOiiliufiiW W������jmI, ll������eiiuti40uli(iliin Muulh,  thonoo 40 chains oust, to point of commence*  ment, oonutluing lMaoitw, more or loss.  united Augum ������6th, luiu.  WANTED-A    smell    soomuMiand  Gtuunp PuiW.���������Wiito Btut GT, CK*V������4tt.  Rooms by the Day, Week or Month  at Reasonable Rates  ���������All the rooms are well   furnished, and special  attention is given to the comfort of our  guents.     Hot and Cold Baths.  Canyon Street   -   CRESTON  -- ;- '-���������^IrA-ST-iY-:R-AT-M������-Or������(=}C-)-PEOPliE-AT-T&Nl-*������Et*)-TMh-   SPOKANE INTERSTATE  ^PfPaWfi'  ���������***^^^^* *^^^^^^m*     ^*^afcfc^,        , ^*^,    | I   *^^^t^mm^  'sms^'swi  to ate the rn-ra nrmowcnoMAii'     y  , ANDCONOPS&SS A  ���������>'M������M������a������MMM>'%��������� VMMnwMHnam.a - ������v'   -  <Cffi& AEROPLRNE FUOHT^  ��������� ���������' -nn: miutorv inbwn BArriE NiDtrrshow ���������  1CfflEPi|OSERH mTCHB BAraUEOP  A     tl^  ,A $ 20- OOO.OO RACE PROGRAMI)  RAILWAY  SPECIAL RATES  TO '   f  ' A  Toronto Exhibition"  Aug. 27th to Sept. 12th  Tlokots on Salo Aufruat tOth to   >  September 8rd.   '  Pinal Return Limit, Sept. 33rd, .1010  Troraatt Limit, 10 days in oaoh direction  Fov full pnrfcioulnra apply to neanat  Agont, o������ to-~  R. G. McNEILWE,  Dlafcrfot Pnflaongor Agent,  Oaloabt, Ama,         .   .    .      t    .  i NOTICE  All parties indebted io the undersigned kindly call and aottlo their accounts at onoo, aa I harodiapoaod of my  buainoBB and mu������t oloao upmy aooounta,  A. W. OOUtTBK    \  On Moadoy laat n aerioua nooident  oconrrod nt tho Yale-Oolumbia oamp.  Tho braltOB of tho onglno ot the damp  train refused to not nnd tho train ran  avray down tho gimde, Jim Maodonnld,  t% locflor, ���������woa badly tujurod nnd tahen  to tbo honpltnl, whllot anothor omployoe  Icnown aa uDutoby," *who ���������waaviduiR on  the oar behind tho onglno, only eaoapod  hy throwing himaolf betwoen 41m rniia  nnd allowing tho train to paes over liim  oa he lay flat ou tho giouud.  A,m  m  mm/to Ymomwm3mpm>)  (*Wa0O0i������VVUXBC3PKNTrOR'mi5rAIIi ArtD wwfi  }   a    JRE^CE^RM I*  ���������^v"" ""���������" M iiimiii^ iiiiiiiiiiiiri'''iTs*w,ii"-inii;i*i'i������';ifiTii%  From$SQMft25  ''.���������.''���������^^Aere.yyy ::y.,  Plowing And Harrowing  ,.','._. X)on������ by the' Acre  ...'a.  All work ffoarantead dene promptly  '���������and thoroughly. ���������_;���������  mm*mmm**4imm****w*r>m*^'mm*m*+ mm*+>m*������'������**~***������*i\+'*)������* niMiseiw-w i >e*a  T|J||;  a   fit  "x''!aM.  ,'���������'.''   >.',.    :���������' ���������  It,'.  AYyiYKI  '' ��������� ''  ',. '.. '*! %" I  'YXX'Xy\  r'XXxA  - '.:���������-..;���������.���������,������i'i,:,",|  ,.VV,',i'..  I  ���������'������������������'" CUBSVOHAA  '���������'|1i'j,.'w'''iA'^|  '"���������r: '��������� ���������'.'''!���������''.'  mummmmk  iV-. YY I Ai ,i',,h>i|>.'', y,  llldttiliUl.llll^-^-*'1--.!--1-1--    --A-' --'I.'.. ' I..*.'i. -    :.. .   .....  .'.y,'. .���������.',������������������'���������'..��������� iv.;  ���������il.lv ���������,rv,yt.;,|.|������.^i<.1l.,'i.iiuti  ��������� r*    *       *. , r  ���������mm  -* *i ,,i  THE   ORESTON.   B.C.~XEIiW-:  if,  1  3  1  H *  I*  B-  Ir  i  RECIP  Snow Eggs.���������This is an entirely new  sort of breakfast dish that is greatly appreciated "by most people, and that -can  do recommended to invalids or those  ���������whose digestion is not strong. Butter  thoroughly the Inside of as many custard cups as the eggs you wish to use,  which are beat prepared separately. Separate the white from the yolk of tho  egg and beat th-* white to a stiff froth.  Put this into tne buttered cup, making  & hole in the middle, in which to put  tho yolk, which is not beaten but left  unbroken, as it comes from the egg.  Squeeze on top of this about three drops  of lemon juice. Three, or four other eggs  can be prepared quickly in the same  way, and when all are ready the cups  should be set in saucepans of boiling  water, letting the water oome about half  way up the cup, and cook thus until the  -white is set firm. The heat will make  the froth rise so as nearly to fill T>he  cup. Invert a warm plate over each  cup and turn out each egg. Sprinkle  capped parsley on top and serve at  once.  String Beans With Cheese.��������� Cut  string beans into half-inch pieces, boil  in salted water until tender, then strain.  Cook three or four medium-sized tomatoes and season with salt, pepper and  "butter. Put a layer of the beans in a  deep dish, a layer of tomatoes and a layer of grated cheese until dish is fiU<sd;  oa top layer sprinkle some rolled cracker  and scatter a few pieces of butter over,  iiake in a medium hot oven, about 20  minutes. Tab makes a very nice lunch  dish.  Pineapple Lemonade.���������Make syrup by  boiling two cups of -water and "one cup  of sugar 10 minutes- Add one cup o������  grated pineapple, juice of three lemons;  cooly strain and add ice water.  Pried Salt Pork and Cream Gravy.���������  Cut one-quarter of: a pound of salt pork  in one-third inch slices. Lay in frying  pan and cover with cold water. Put on  a'slow fire, bring to a boil and cook for  about 15 minutes. Drain, dip in flour,  put over fire and brown both sides. For  oream gravy leave two tablespoonfuls of  the grease in the pan. Blend a 'ables-  poonfui of flour in. it and pour -���������n a  pint of milk. Thicken and turn some ������n i  the meat and serve the rest in a gravy  boat -with plain boiled or baked potatoes.  "Salt Pork and Swedish Gravy.���������Slice  eight cents' worth of salt pork Miin,  fry a nice golden brown, take from the  fire and arrange on;platter. To *i������ fry-  inga add one-half an onion cut fine, cook  one minute, then add ytwa level tanl<*&-  poonfuls of flour. Add a cup and a half  :of milk and cook until smooth. Pour  .over the pork and serve.  Stcwod I^idne-^s.���������Here is ^ ^ood Te-  cipe for stewed kidneys. Boil them, then  ohop fine and boil again in fresh water  until quite tender. Make a white sauce  of flour arid butter stirred together until quite smooth. Then stir in slowly  the milk pr cream, and when this boils  addA.tho Kidneys an<l remove from thp  fireyAand seasonwith, salt and pepper.  It takesabout half an hour for the kidneys tp boil' until tender.  Potato Cakes With Maple Syrup. ���������  Press enough boiled potatoes through a  riccr to make two cups. Add two lovcl  tablespoons of butter, two level teaspoons of baking powder, two level tablespoons of flour, two level tablespoons of  sugar and one beaten egg. Mako up into flat cakes and bake in a quick oven.  While hot split open, butter and servo  with maple syrup.  ���������   Oatmeal    ABl^ncniauge.���������Scotch     oatmeal Hour is the best for making thia.  MesHum catmsal may also be used, and  the result bo as satisfactory,    only tho  process takes   longer.    I here   givo tho  two methods: Mix one-quarter pound of  Scotch oatmeal flour very smoothly with  sufficient cold wator to make a paste;  pour Upon  it ia quart of boiling milk,  add a littlo salt, and sweeten to taste;  put all into a saucepan and boil forlO  minutes or a quarter of an hour, stirring  consAantly;  remove  from tho  firo,  and  flavor with wine ond spico; pour into a  *wot  mould,  and  turn  out  when  cold.  When eaten with cream this is delicious.  The other method is to mix    ono-half  "*  pound of medium oatmeal with a little  ������old   water,   then pour a quart of boil-,  ing milk over thia, and let it soak overnight, or at least for 12 hours; strain  it  through  a gravy  strainer,  pi-cssing  it hard, thon boil in a saucepan for IS  minutes; add a pinch of salt, and sugar  to taito; finish as above. Thie may bo-  flavored   with   grated   nutmeg,   ginger,  cinnamon, or with whito wine or a little brnndy, and cream served -with it. Au  egg U eomotimes beatcou into this, but  that ia quito optional.  Tomatoes With Cheoso.���������Cut a .small  elice from the top of ouch tomato and  take out tho puljj. Mix with the pulp  of each a rounding teaspoon of fino  "bread crumbs and the somo of finely  prated cheese. Fill tho tomatoes, ���������������������  place tho tops which woro cut from tlio  atom ends, put iu a baking dish, and  aet iu tho oven for about 20 raiuutce.  ADVICE TO A CHILD.  "Help yourself, help yourself, little boy  ���������do j  Don't wait for others to wait upon you."  Grandma was  holding    her    afternoon  chat,  Knitting and rocking away as she sai.  "Look at the birds, how they build their  oV/n nest!  Watch the  brown bees, always toiling  their best l  Put your own hands to the plow if you'd  thrive;  Don't waste your moments in wishing,  but stipe."  Up in her face looked a mischievous elf:  "Don't forget, darling," said she, "help  yourself."  Afternoon shadows grow   drowsy    and  deep; .  Grandma was tranquilly folded in sleep;  Nothing -was  heard but  the  old farmhouse clock  Plodding along -with its warning "tick!  tock!"  Out from the pantry thers came a loud  crash;  Pussy jumped up from the hearth like a  flash.  Back to her chair strode this practical  .boy,  Steeped to the ears in jam, custard and  joy.  Grinning,  be  cried,  srPicase,  I've upset  the shelf.  Grandma, I minded; T did holn myself."  ���������E. Rexford.  ,.   ,-      ��������� ��������� ������ -  BETTER THAN SPANKING,  Spanking does not cure children ol  bed-wetting. There is a constitutional  cause for this trouble. Mrs. M. Summers, Box W. 8, Windsor, Ont., will send  free to any mother her successful home  treatment, with full instrutions. Send  uo  oh  TORTURED FOR SEVER YEARS  "FRUIT-A-TIVES" HER SALVATION  TO   SAVE   THE   BABIES.  to money, but write her to-day if your  jhildren trouble you in,this way. Don't  blame the child, the chances are it can't  help it. This treatment aiso cures adults  and aged people troubled with urine difficulties by day or nicht.  NEVER   SATISFIED.  (Louisville Courier-Journal.)  "Why dou't you perfect a melon with  a handle, so that peoplo could carry  it conveniently r"  "It yould be a -waste of time,**    answered  the  horticultural   -wizard.   "Then  they'd   want   "em   with   wheels."   ��������� ������ ������    ,. ,  . ���������  Minard's  Liniment Cures Colds,   Etc.  ������������������������  Germany's Wonderful Cities.  Germany is building her cities as Bismarck i?er������eei*,d xhe army before Sado-  wa and. Sedan; as the Empire is bulding  its warships and merchantmen; as she  develops her waterways and educational  svstems. In city building, as in other  matters, all science is the hand-maiden  of politic*. The engineer and the architect, the artist and the expert in hygiene are alike 'called upon to contribute to the city's making. The German  critics are thinking of to-morrow as well  as of to-day, of the generation to follow  as well as" the generation that is now  upon the stage. Germany alone sees  the city as the centre of the civilization  of the* future, and Germany alone ia  building lier cities so as to make them  contribute to the happiness, health and  well-being of the people. This seems to  he tbe primary consideration. And it  59 unique in the modern'world.���������Juno  Busy Man's.  Don't imagine for a minute that  you can kill all the flies in your  house in a day with one or two  Ply Pads. Two of Wilson's Ply  Pads for each window of the infected rooms will, however, clear  them out in short order.  Test for Fino Muslin.  A Madras physician was buying muslin for a turban in a department store.  "Nono of this ia fine enough," ho'aiid,  "In the turban Ibayc on there are forty  yards. But forty yards of this would  give mo a head liko a Saratoga trunk.  "India muslin is very very fine.      It  must be'fine enough to disappear if it is  to pass pur Al tost. Yes, fine enough to  disappear."  He smiled.  "It's true," ho said. "The tart Is'this:  The muslin is spread on grass over  night. In tho morning, when everything  is dew drenched, if tho muslin Isn't practical identical with tho dewy gossamer  covering the lawns���������in other words, if  it isn't' invisible-���������It is discrtTded; ;and  must bo. sold as'seconds.'"���������Now Orleans Times- Democrat.  MADAM JOSEPH LIR&TTB  Ko. in George St., Sorel, Que.   .  "For seven years I suffered from  womb disease and dreadful torturing  pains, and IhadconstantDyspepsia and  Chronic Constipation���������thclatter so bad  that sometimes I went ten! days without  action of the bowels. Six dtfterent doctors treated mc and for a year I was in  bed, constantly facing death. Then  my husband coaxed nie to try "3?ruit-  a-tive-? " and this medicine, and nothing  else, cured me and saved my life."  (Signed) lime. JOSEPH UR W B.  50c. bos���������6 for $1.50���������or trial box  25^.,���������at dealers or from Fruit-a-tivca  Limited. Ottawa. ������.  Queen's Curious perquisite.  The "WeUh captain ������!������> caught .*������ sturgeon hi Pwllneu harbor and ottered it to  King George \*.s������ doing no move than hi.*,  duty. His -Majesty i*������ entitled to every  sturgeon landed in ih-a L'nite-l Kingdom,,  aud ouo of thuiu, caught in t'Ue Thames,  giuced the fest'vu bu.iid at Queen Victoria's wedding banquet. Ulu* King also  has the riyht by ctatutp 1.0 the* head of  eveiy whale caught 0:1 the csasts of lu-*  kingdom.  The* tail of the whalo is Queen Mary's  perquisite, the object of this curious  division being that lur Majesty ���������jhall always be well supplied with whalebone,  although singularly enough the whalebone is the King's half. Among other  things which tho King is entitled to receive are a pair of white doves.'a pound  Big Gotham to Go at the Work Again  This Season.  The New York "Department cf Health*'  which l<.ut yeai  made-a reduction "of "20"  jjli din. in tuo c.ij o iurj..-t, ~xoiuj.i>.*j  t^te 101 'tne uiouuiVdi ouiim, uu.y, Jtu^j-  ust  .u.u  &epwiiut)oi,   u������is  iu   pjj.ua no..  computed XO-l tilia J *al o CM-.U^j^l., a..U,  OlcHiiilllg Jiuy   l,  i.ji.  dotftOls \V.n   ul!  Ou  .1..1.A, a= Wuj as uiu i-ij uu.������l-, \uij  .. in. Oi^-u. a��������� \voi.v *ii.:c ^^1.. j, v.^.-i..^  uabiea m tuo pooiei soctiuita ol the city.  ihe ptaiio i������sly ou the co-opeiaiiou o.  &i\iy difteieni pnvato agencies ai.d wui-  lUlue oigainz.uions \voikir,| vitu. tne  Dopuitmcui ot iloniLh, and supplying ic-  nef of all kihds���������v\li-c*,e ft is needed, such  ua uulk, ice, poiiutuuut mwivt, iui sci-  lous cases, vacation Ulj.es and outings,,  und money lvlu'f whoie ihat is oan.->id-  01 ed desii able.  The campaigu is, in chargi* 01 the i>ivi-  i?ion ot* Child llygitine, wluisu head im Dr.  i>. J. JlukiT, and the office looks iikc the  ������laff tent of an aimy'on nianoeuvies���������  iiuips flagged to rvpreaent every death  last summer, maps by tl:i*tiicts for the  nurse*,' aud ward nuius. Charts of all  kinds.aro ready, on whieli each move is  planned. Thero are ,laily reports und  weekly- estimates, which the doctors in  ohuigo follows its oloselv as a hrokiM"  tlno^ the fluetuation.3 of the stock market.  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  am SUMMER COMPLAINTS  A Nourishing, Strength-giving  Substitute for Meat  Serve biscuit smothered in creamed vegetables, or cover  with any seasonable fruit and add cream and sugar*  At your grocer's, i3c a carton, iv/o for 2Sc. 2112  WORK   iviiSS  wiNER   IS   DOING.  of cumin awd. a oair of scarlet hose and  a silver needle from hw tailor.���������-From  the London Daily "News.       ���������<��������� m C   ���������    ���������     -  -  GETTING ACQUAINTED.  (Exclinngo.)  "Kid. I kin lick you I"    ,  "Well. I kin make iijyUor feceu than  ���������you   kin,   blemo   ye I"  Ckwl the lint ffnrden tnnde, and tho  lirht Ci.y CuiJl.��������� Cowley,  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Distemper.  The Kafflr'e Day 0������.  . When the South African Kaffir hno a  "day .ofr and sots nbout enjoying'himself one" of hia (rrentost plonaufes is to  dress himself up in boiuo extraordinary  fashion iuid jj*onorally plays, tho fool.  The fete day "umbrella and eundry  curious forma of headp-oar aro brouRht  forth. Several hold,up candlot, Al-  though it ia daylight, to aho>y how civilized and up to duto thoy aro. Crude  musical Instruments���������anything that will  make a noise���������nre greatly to the fore on  such occasions as these.���������:Wldo World.  Mtnard'  v  .0 ���������������.-  s Liniment Cures Dlphthorla.   +++   ICE-WAGON COMEDY.  Driver���������(on front)���������1 wasn't aiwuy*  driving an ie.* wagon. I once owned a  Mriv.y r,f V-iVi"*" and  worn diuiuoildfl.  NVolgher (on baok)���������That's nothing,  1 used to awn me own inin^ion nnd  motor every duy to kill time.  linns (on nidnwiilk)���������Say, you fellows  etop letting off so much ''hot iir," will  you?    Kivst tiling you know you'll melt  the liw and we'll go In *liort.  -,.. .     ,������������,������������. ���������  HONORED CITtZKN.  (Cleveland liniulor.)  "You tn-at that gentlomnn very r������.  spurtfulljr."  "Yes j n<**s one of our enrly a������ttlera.**  ������������������An early ������ettl������rt Why, men, lie's  not more than -10 ypurn old."  "lio. i.ul, ho nny* )\\h IiIIIh on the first  al every month."'  >sr������ IV8���������������r*s*3is'*s  exactly meet the need which so" often arises in every family for a  medicin-e to open un and regulate  the bowels. Jsot onlv are they effective in all cases of Constipation,  but thev help greatly in breaking  up a Cold or La Grippe by cleaning  out the system and purifying*-* the  blood. In the same "way they relieve  or cur������ Biliousness, Indigestion,  Sick Il-ea-c'.achos, Hbcumniism erd  other common, ailments. In the fullest sense of the words Dr. Morse's  Indian  Root Pills are  Oiled Roads in Kansas.  The Standard Oil Company offers to  donate $700 worth of crude oil to use on  a mile of road in ^different counties.  State Engineer Gearhart, of the Kansas  Agricultural College, says it will cost between .$400 and $500 to prepare a mile  of road for the use of oil. In Jackson  County an effort is being made to1 raise  the money necessary to prepare the  road for tha oil.  It in claimed for the oil roads that  the process is permanent and that when  properly graded the roads shed wator  and never become muddy.���������Topcka Cap*  ital.   ,A  P1MF0R-50 GENTS  -��������� A.WEE5C  This is a golden opportunity for anyone to own an instrument.   Wc hav.J ay  largo stock ot"used.'pianos, takon in ex-A  change . on   Ileihtzm'a'n" &   Co.   pianos.,  These instruments are .such well-known  makes    as    Weber, 'Chickering,, Haines,.  Bros., Thomas  arid Vpouiinicn, and the  price ie from ������H60 to ipl2������.    Each on-  guaranteed for five, year**, and will bo  takon back in exchange with full amount allowed any time in three years.  Do not lot this chance "slip by you.    'A  post enrd will bring full particulars.^1..  Heintg-man & Co., 71 King qtVeet odstj  Hamilton, Out.  New^tv^J^umJjitbnai. ���������: ���������  'k now"iiToTliod of���������yepjiutrueting the  foundations of builillngs in order to prevent, as much ^s possible, ourthnuako  sboeks from being communicated to the  building has boon dovlaod and (.'athntod  by Dr J. A.'" Cal'antavloritH, of Scavbor-  ough. In this .system thu- foundation,'  which Is built- in,the usual manuor,; Is,  faued with linrd material such as grlan*  lie or iron, and'upon'this' fnuihg' l\yoM  ot talc", mica or othnr ��������� nmoiith sub*  stances nro ildpoHited, each layer b-ilng  diluted "\vith powdered tule, mica, rtslion*  tos, Boapstono, or; eand, ov nuts of aw*  bt-stoH, etc., may bo used without, the  plates of tale., Slabs of gvanite or lrpn  placed on thia prepared zono form tlie'  fuse of tlio superstructure. Tho object  of thi* arrangement is, in the oaso of an  earthquake, to ivffew'the building to  slldo laterally. Means ore provide* for  rendering thn sorvioo plpn������ flexible at  t'.^R p������*.lnt '.vl>.pr������ they Ihriio from the  ground.  jjftDj s Owen Tablets should be kept  in every home where, theie are infants  and young children, and at first sign  of iiluesa during the hot summer  months the^ should he "iven to the  little one. At 110 timo of the year is  baby in suoh danger as in summer.  Summer complaints -come on so quickly that unless prompt aid is at hand  tho little on������ may b& bayond help in  a few hours. The Tablets never-fail to  relieve the sick child, and if occasionally given to the well child thev will  keep him well. * Mrs.. P. Larocke, Les  Fonds, Que., says: "Last summer my  baby suffered severely from stomach  and bowel troubles but the prompt use  of Baby's Own Tablets saved hiV life." -  The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box from  The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockviiie, Ont.  i  ���������' -o- ������'���������* ���������'���������  Long Serpentine Wharf.  One of tint: luu^st, wuarvos in the  world, almost a mile iu length, or to he  exact 4,700 feet, is at Port Los Angeles,  Cal. lt extends into the Pacific"in a  long, serpe:itiiib eutve. *       r ��������� >  The reasdu for thia construction is  that it offers butter rcste'tanee to the  strong currents and the <biiffeting.5 ot  the waves than ,if it were." pertectly  straight. -. UntiL th^i nearby v harbor ot  San Pedro was developed by the Federal  Government the Ivg wharf at Port Los  Angeles was a very busy pi-.ieo. but of  late it is comparatively 3eldom used except by the Japanese fishermen, who  fo-Ave formed a colony alon-a the adiaaent  beach.���������From t'iie Scientific American.  Girls Sont to tho  Night Court Know  and. Rely on  Her.  "A woman in Now York has penetrated the underworld," says a writer in  tho American Magazine. "She has gone  into evil houses, she lives with streetwalkers, she glides like a gooi spirib  through tho moekory ahd glart* of the  uigiat court, the police respect her and  the magistrates lower their voices when  she is near. . _  ��������� ,  "She has sent to prison some of,the  men who live on women, m?n who try  to kill and sometimes do kill the girl  who betrays them; yet no attempt' has  ever been mado on her life.  "Time was when a girl arrested for  the first time and brotigh tup ,"before  the magistrate in the night court' was  rele������sed .back to ths street.' Such girls  have   no   true   friends   or"any   shelter.  1SSOU BU  ���������ar/*  K'Jiv  AGENTS WANTED.  START A TEA ROUTE TO-DAY. SEND  postal for circulars, or 10c for samples and terms. Alfred Tyler, London.  Ont.  FOR SALE.  FIRST-CUA.SS GROCERY STOCK AND  buildings  for  sale.   Address   Sydney  Smyth. 404 Talbot atreet, London, Ont.  Dr: MarteFs Female PiMs  SEVENTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD  Prescribed and recommended for women's ailments, a scientifically pre*  pared remsdy o? proven worth, trie  result from their use is quick and permanent.    For sale at all  d-u������ stores.  My mare, a very valuable one, .was  -badlyA bruised and cut ^ by being caught  in a wire fence. Some of the woundB  would uot heal, although I tried many  different medicines. Dr. Ball advised me  to use MINABD'S LINIMENT, diluted  at first, then ^stronger as the sores began to look better, until after three  weeks, the sores have healed and beet  of all, the hair is growing well, and is  NOT WHITE as is most always the case  in horse wounds.  P. M. DOUCET.  Weymouth.     t >  SULTAN OF ZANZIBAR TAKES  IN  ^i^MTr-  C~ i.J/'W^-N  TOWN.  ���������**���������*  "But since 'February, 1908. tbe first^  offenders are allowed to go" to a quiet  house on West Tenth street on probation. They mnv stay a duv. a week, a  month, a year. They are taught a trade,  they work and play, they are given employment when they leave, but best of  nil. they find a human being who has  love for them. This explains why one-  third of the 300 girls who bave been inmates of Waverlcy House have been  permanently reformed, a remarkably  higi percentage.  "The work of these miracles is Maude  V. Miner. She got her M. A. degree at  Columbia in 1900. Largely through her  efforts tbe city may yet have a house of  detention for young girls waiting for  tr; il instead of "the jails, where they aTe  herded with hardened cr:mmals.  '������)ie is naturally a woman of the  gieatest faith, in human naiure. She has  no fal-*e' pride iri making sacrifices, for  out*of these she gets tbe reaiest.joy. Her  gi-lsv love her. At Christmas a girl who  coiil!'not call wrote hor. 'Jhese wjrs  tlm closing wOTds: 'My' Christmas present to you is a very good girl's love.  "Maude Miner is only '2^ years oil,  but she bears some of the marks r.f  ���������rvcut struggle. Her hair is already turn-  iug i^ray."  ���������^ ���������������������   - ���������  ���������  Practically every up-to-date  druggist, jrrocer and general-dealer now. sells Wilson's Flv Pads.  improved Drawing Inks.  The distinguished German chemist Ost-  wald has, taken o"t a German patent  for the improvement of drawing inks  and water colors. He has found that by  the addition of small"* quantities (from  3:100 to 1:1000) of volatile organic compounds of the aliphatic ���������series, which are  soluble in water, at least to a small ox-  tent, and contain not less than four  atoms of carbon, inks, drawing inks and  other water ^olors are rendered capable  of readily' marking such surfaces ��������� as  parchment, ivory, waxed paper, etc. In  the case of neutral liquids, an alcohol  ester or other neutral'substance is used,  while ;tp ncidyv'iks, freo fatty acids, su*ch  as valeric     '."���������'"'''''Y      "������������������'������������������'���������' ''r"\v he added.  yy y A'^ittla.,'vi^UYyl.V.|jj >priils great 'plans.!:  mmm  ������!   wi*fc.feH������ii        Broker  'A: specialty mado of Investments  tn Standard Railroad and Industrial  Stochs.  Write       for      full      particulars  regarding plan of investment.  Room 101, 108. St. James St.,  Montreal.  Home   Breeding  of  Horses.  por a number of years army circles  have been discussing the advisability of  providing for the United States army ^  large horse ranches tbat will supply the  latter with is much-needed war steeds  as specially trained army horses are almost as neecssary to modern warfare as  smokeless" powder. - '  It is now announced that the Department of Agriculture will attempt to inaugurate 0 system for supplying the  army with special army trained naeB.  European countries generally have their  horse-raising done by their departments  of agriculture,'-Russia being the only nation ���������whose hoTseybrceding t9 entirely  under military supervision. '  -* m * ������  Minard's .Liiiliment   Cures   Garget   In  Cows.   o������ fo   ��������� ���������-/  FATE OF THE UNFAMILIAR!  (Boston Transcript.)  '1 -understand that you have two  brand-new jokes in your dialogue."  "Yes,'" replied the musical comedian.  "What are,they?".    -  "You Tecognize them, by the way the  audience treats them "as strangers and  refuses to give them a smile." t ^.  UeO, Weak. Weary, Watery Byes.  Believed By Murine Eye Remedy.     Try '  Murine   For   Your  Eye  Troubles.    . You  Will  Like   Murine.-   It  Soothes.    50c  At  Your Druggists.'>   Write For Eye Books.  free.   Murine Eye Remedy Co., Toronto.  THE OTHER SEME.  (Louisville Courier-Journal.)      , , .  "I see' you employ a number of oUA '-xXk  men." '  "I do."   ���������    *..-.,> .'��������� '.."���������������  ..  '���������How.old.are^hey.r   -   , .: V.,'.   .   '  "Too old to be Interested .in .canoeing,  or ihandblirisYbr raeiS borsbsy-ori girls, or  tennis. VAThat'makwv'eTn7 fine for work."  YA COILCGE OP APPUCD SCIENCE,*;':''*'':  ���������   ' Artlllatcd to Queen's Unlverolty,  Tot CRleixdaif of tho School ������rid Vfurihw Infor**  mntion, ������pp'y to tho Secietary,'; School of Mlniof,; ,  yKlnttiton, bnt.   .    :' :,���������'������������������ vy'xXyAA'AfX -XA-yoi]:  \*\Xvhii\.lJ    t     ,\  AiWlhliaBf;ahd^Metollurffy.'  Chemistry and MlnereAogy. r  y^MirieWotfy i������id Geology.  Chetrilcal Engineering.  y Civil Engineering. -  :-;,y Mechanical. Snglneerlnffa  Electrical ahtrlneering.  !( Blbiogy ������nd Public Health.  ������������������   Power Developmont.  tan Soyyid All an J Orltiah naval  officer..-.. ���������������������������..���������..���������..,,!   ������������������  And now tho Sultan of Zanzibar is  m-nklm*!; a trip through Europe, though  he in not lecturing any ton-pbajt'of.  His "dusky highnoHH wont to London  to Ixj prrtabnt  nt tbo luneral  of the j V������4������ca������aa!������afl',  king, nnd Uho' it oo well tl.ovo that  he prolonged his Rtuy to tako in tho I  r*.ight8.   Tho  Ilritiah  government  do-  tail#d    an  officor    of tbo navy :��������� to*  ���������how the negro uultun ��������� nround.  '"���������". .    ������'������������    " ���������  MADE  CANADA.  iS  \W1tUWtf>,i**Hii.������.J>...'...! .!.������ O.  :'" AN UMDARASSIKa WORD.  (Ontholio Standard and Tiin������������.)  y''Then,"  said tha  reporter, "I'll my  KsrorAl protty songs wove rondertd by  Mta-'ruoUr."  "Ohl graciom, nol" replied the host-  t.M, "you muntn't say,,-rendered.-- You  ������ee her fftUier mado til his money lu  ltro.������  tDDTS  (V  31  ,.8j*rAtl-ify':'''.tKV;m^t,''P������rt,tt*tar P80^*'  ThiV *������������������������ th������ most perleet  made,  noiselsssyO their  name ImpllM. n������ aputtsr, no smell w  sulphur,X'vn.   qutcker,   nnil sale. ,   ,  All flr������t-cUt������ dealer* keen them.  flu LB. EDDY COMPMIY, Limited, Hll������r  HERE SIHOE 1851.      A Yfm%  EVEN THAT NEGLECTED PERSON  iWORRlESiABOUT AVGLiOT H ESi  v'-.^iy*- .<��������� iv i*  '^Button1-Apnte^ shoesyVare' ythe  ap-p^pri^cYfoo-^  tkbuglvVwhet^^  i s Alio t yimppr tintA WlienytheAushersAVwcar  whife'iineiiyspats.AVy^ y'A-VV .AyyyyAr7:': yyVy"'  Ay^lcourseAthe- adoption of a; cutaway  ;coat:-in'plaice'yofVaAfrock,'? saB'bine Abfy the  ��������� haberdashers' wlibyhad  ^^^^^^^^i^������0^0i^m^^^^  T^iMprning ^Coaty Almost- $ rriVe|sa|i  VA������yiy~Fe^;yph>n^^  |yfA������iack:;$a^  lySbft^  y|Eyeiii-AiiYVColbrsVAr-':A^  _ |l;The^:7ti3re|������>thersytUai^?tbe:;bride||oVbe|  Ki^o^aireyi^e^  lo^s^  TheVbiridegrfiom iiassbm^Ytbahi^  ^hemit^co^^td'itncAqu^  Jjjmatb ftppafcbl unless;heVis;sp:indifferbntV  'n'sfjtp;^wear������;wkatever lie: has'AandAletit  ^go^r^'-thati;^7 EveryVhappyybridegroom  of itlie present wedding season wlxoy ap-;  pears at; t^AaltarinyaVfrock cpatyhas  laidyiiimsertybpeh  totheV suspicion Abf  haying madeynoAnew investment forVthie;  i^^ion,yyj"orAytlie mprinng ypry buta/way  ebatiisytiu3;;spring;tlieymodisb dress for-  ^i^iMidegrbom/ and indeed if or the mas-  ;bulirteywinglpfytb^.b^  ^iThe ymb^ingboai; knowsyVfewAyaria--;  jtibiis'Ate^^  orm/thany^n^  iore:extreme tailors tumVbutVthese gar-;  ,'e'nt'sVf brVtbeir Vyouhger; customers Awith ;  only one biittonY Generally speaki^  VnbrningycpatVisy^i^  Vkiirts V rfeachy ioVwtbe; VbUckVV of ;y they knee A  'beVbrbadflapelsyare ySibAturnedAbaekV as  fcogsbbwy"sft Vie^tVtwp:-biitronsrHofAthe'  i^wtc6at;'v|irhjich is collarless b^yedgedv  lyith: braidfe'It:is toy theybraid,yindeed^  fcbatf tbeymprningycbat: owes -its^ partieu^  ^ryeacheti^YBraidAisy lisedAVwhereyerV it  KayJbe legitimately iiitrbducjed.AyB-runs  ilOTg; the V^ge-of  .pwh'tptbfe lowest'poiiitVat,the^Vbaek Of  ^eyk^e^ypChen it'OutlinesAtheycttKsVph  he!Vsieeyes|and it; finishesythe reversA&nd  oes;:allytht������ way V ^butV the collar;: VVVhen  bjiy tailbrj^idib,, builds iytbe y mbrhingy coat  ^owsy sbAl|ttiev 1^6  \lt;J^pVVpoeket flaj^V:6nytlieywaistrline'  fytheAcbatfthey; shptrdd also bbAbraidedj  ^V:heysbVpuldy^ve^;beA^lowed -toAdo  nythjng- ^f Athe - kindjVsincey theA black;  iorning ycbat A vhas Abeeny ico nvertedV into  fdistmctiydress g^  :apsyY supposed to Y coyer ya, A mythical  bcketiVdate Vfrbm.Vthe tiinfey"when the  tb,way was Aineaiit f or7; travel Apr sport-  g;wear.y;VVAYA.A':?AVy ;;:'��������� rYyVA YyyyYyVy.y Y VA:  k Tbeyblabkwaistcoat Vbf the vweddiug  v-^Acbmes in Vfor its fullysliare pfVbraid1  asthe four- pockets inVa-dditioii to  .������;-.edgesVa^bf inishbd;in-thisyway.; It:is  ij^at? theAnabdisliweddingsybf fthp Vday  i^seeAayf a^yTyaistebat oni anyV of Athe i  ndalyp&Etyy: XAXi YX:AXyy XA'A':A AVyyy  'What about this year's peculiarities  jj$nat'ej^^ thciV^oming:  fatSfbftwe^yaty  ���������#iffeKito  ineral-s^e twom- siV^yearAagb'?*������ ���������&$VyA  ^|*V^lli''|*;slo^y:V^nsw^  ven^Vt^lorVtO,:.wJ^  p^!lf8h^ldiS^;^liatVtlii^n  %%piJ6jj$&ffi-'tpi}^^  therAthanAiii; ffieAmateriitt^TlitfAcba^A  ������^Astilp7^ytigl^l^:inythe.7ba^  li^Vth^igu^'Aquit&lp^  Ab*Jide||bpi^ana^bst^^^eV;;*^^  /nbt7;%eiarV|b^:;lbii^urnM^  IthWtyfaUy-i^li^bwn  ^iand^Vytlsuail^yth^^  of lirien,AbxfdMybr soi^  ying,V:biit V: it A;is AVbyyinb;^  have y theyi^shersyyw:carVAcoip^^  isometitnesy. y'.morebyeir/y^y solid :'':C0lbrSi'y4al-!.  thbu^A^hcyyinbre frequently coniprpmise;  Avvith'ystripes,A;yC^casibnali^  p^pmyfordersyigtyycolored'.? shirt-VVespecisilly  foi*V the: event andV tliereyhayO been: cases  "dny^yhleli^  ��������� sanitf 7ec*lpf^AiKjit slielwoTC. A^l^v||||VtV7;'5'|:  A ."Thie higir turnpyerycbllatVisi^'smaxt-  yest y at V present A7;-ylt A should 'b^A biglx;' and'  y par^f; ii;!^pb^lanty5^  ';eellent:A'w3^ityslibws'-:^^'^^  ayplastrbn tieJ; VThe ywhitey brVl^ay silk  ; tie Vis "pulled yiip highAenbug^Vt������V. obscure  a :gobd ybali; 7o'f���������;��������� thby. f ront;,:ofYt& yeeliar.,,  yWhitc Vhairfkerciiie^^reVybt^  ���������"betteryform;, althoughyityfrequently:hap--  pensyTvrheii-; a: coloredysbirtyis: Vwcnrri���������;,that  the same, tone is���������int^  j^^Hefy;bbi^er.Yy^:dun is  .smajt���������r';v'f#',tie^^  ; fimsliJ5"whileya breamVbr^ivo^Aicv-jiite is  '.^arferVwith";a,v;blUe'^liiteYyAyyyY  y y'^V^il^yglaceyigioyesyaiinostVVffs Vbeayy  ns -dp^skiivyare -siaiartyAaiid A so; are pale  gray Vsuede,; althbughy thb ypr^bnt-tendency ytbHnforaalVdressV at weddiiigs of  /theVbuffr'cbambii^  : ATheAsilkyliat^  the y frbckyycba,tV;iai*d:: remainsy  pen sATeyaccPmpaipimen-fc; VoVfy tfieVwbddirig  :cutslwpyv:vyTt.yshouldA:bb^wb^^^  usual Vb^ndj .^ich^hasynptVthi3 Vibmn&ry  reached ya: height -pfytw;bV inches^7 The?  Vh^tsVycomesVythis   springyfrOm^Vcbndbi&  Theyyare ysmbller than they ;have ybeen:  iiny^izeyandVthb: briniAhas a, Ateridency; to  beV flatter A However 'small VinyitbVe crown  ���������theyyiriay ^beiytliey; can Vnevei-; aicquire'the^  proper ydcSgreey-pfysmairtnessllfor "Juiie,"  1910,; unless Vthey yare at least/ two sizes  too y large, for;, they wearer.- A.yAA  XXAAXXXX'AX^X:.M*:*XXX'X'Axyyyyx:  ...._.._ .yyyyyic^^yVAY  :���������  VEceV;creamyaxiiy.ices; areA,wellyVknbwn  froizen:V^siserts,Abutythe distinetibnybe-  V^tw&eii :othe^ islnbt'VaVvvay&f :^s'4y*.mfid;e*.';  , AV;frappe.7 isy,a;:AwaterVVicey frczbhy spf t,  about the consistency:bf mu&hi it shoiili;  .iwyser^ed-iinAsherb������^igia3sesA-t{Vi������fe{^  _ : A -parfait is, a rich ice y creamy frozen  ��������� witbotity^tirfingyy; yy Ayyjy;-yyysYAIyV'A-A  V Sundaes are ;ice^ creirnsA\yithA'syriip^:  jcibured-oyer tbeni. V:' 'XyA-*S������VAX.AaAA  Vy AymPtteseA: cbntainsV������:gel|itine;yyA; it^-i^  frpzbniWithbutV stirring;% "y-y-Xy v X ��������� VAA&;:  V VPunchesVcc^^n^^us^aAfri^^  gingeriVpineapple; axidViire-sttaincdA A- ;A  . il-ulled drink's:contain spicevyand eggs..  VTiitti friitti A creams and: icesA ebntaii-V  ,tance>; simrfjdgi^Jait^m*^  iit*vSui;':^.U^WQse^ yyl������j  !buldy-in:| brainary Abafees^y hbiwever; Aybe:  ell7MifrCyin^''-tb^|^  ^sAarb^^tei^  |t*.syjiv'c.bnspicu.^S;^  efiil'Afrbffl.yaApirawtiwiI: ypoi*^y^.-!yVyie*Wy  *ause|;tlife^.dQ5^  ������ncy to Crinkle from'the point of the  .ngle^but^&AAY^^;^  ,^hisyyyear/there^8.no'bff6rt to create  (jfnMroiw ^puldered^  Vtliemeiv bbrrpwed -last: yeai^; from the  rei<^ ineidels. , Sbpuldew  dded than -tbey were oiyear "a^V bnt  l tlie other hand sleeves lire not sb cui;  Vtb: try to narrow the shoulder Vfaeas-  e/deliberla.tely. Then any kind of black.  ^terialyiis suited;to theVcoat;and'^it'is*  it ['indispensable that.Athe siclpthy should'  'a "diagonal wdle^ altlibugn that'is the  f fy on "which; theVyshiartest,, of thp i  ung'ymeii insist. A man" must have  nsidbrable Ixiatpral style, Vlipwcyer, to  rryV/off Awollynnythlngysd pronounced^  id'yjtlib: ^p88essdr(.,pf ^ pnlyy one morning  at would be >visbrytp select a material  BS^deeidedVftA'^Y^r^'yrr'yryXyX-y'i"x'.yy;.... ������������������'..  ^"Sotiiingt^jfaifc'Of'fits iypurposo more  iniplptoly k.thwi,;,n i, mpj**nlng coat which  'tooylbose^xovpossesB, the rieceBBary  to of smartness, and tills failure is  i\lftllyV,baused by liAvihjg.l^.made too  tSb'i,:?������If|;thb.^]iphd^^  (isb :iti)iii^tiagiy^- tlvo;waiBt lias not  "*���������*��������� "*>\JbihtodAtip'tliat itaVrbutllhoiV-Ui  ,^ea,*T|ij[^Miey':*ollttr  oii thoV slobvoB .tbbiohpj���������all theso lit-  odofoets/ \yhich' wbuldnot ho nearly so  tal i^tt^ c^t''6f;:ft^,b-tlho  ^ruihvtib^,cuta^^  Very...���������hbtnbie'.'of-.the present season is  Valmboteomplote^isappoarAnw'.ott^^  \eyywaistcoat from ^he vvbddlngyward-  litipA;It,%ppenB^  IbRrbbin'Arfd'iilw best man infty^weiiV;  -liitoduok waistcoat braided aboiit the  gbs and also-around the' cpllaj'and thb.  okets, or nMlnon xwalfl^eoat with a lln<  .'Qolor, whieli'is mndo Svitliout a!cpllnr  [rid without brnldlnjn but*it,is usually  lev bjiick waistcoat ,. and the narrow  Ihltb Insert tbftt' are worn nowadays.  Iho^fftbt' that -men now usually wear n  iffed or Ascot searf arid that this;ifl  metlnuis.������������������' gray, ��������� hns  made  tho black  lBtcb.it sUltnble.  Tliero could never bo  ffiolent ebntrnst Vlx-tw'oon tho tie and  !o waletcoat when* tlio latter was ligbt  ^���������.yyH^RRy!^  yvWheri;YHarrv's'AfatiieJ* borviaVx^A^_  ^i?^1?^;^ <������������ier; dayAheV feind :thb;  ij^fW :fello^v;bn the A front: itepsy with  ihi^neadivburieayiri:hisAarxris^ V A;YyA,y?  ���������Sf^i^sytKeg^ati^  vcalle������lfyput ^piieerily;yv^Sbmebody Vbeeni  pla^ng^aYmeanAteickA on; <:y6vL?"-rAXyx:  ������^s^7;sobbMAH^i^si'y;vA;A'^  :A;V^ell;yVt^oiaan?t;sit^^;Mid  nbputAit/?A^idffa,ther:':A;''Stand^  yp^ArightsyyDidi^tAlSsHbwAytm"^  riewYstr6ke:yiuy^r^tliiic?".iy:; X'A AXxyi  .S:"%bajd'ty;;vre^  :: an^ered'^ari'yiV&'iYAsyAfe  '���������tQo:"^zg^XY'XXXyXX:yxxyyyyyy:;yyxyi:y'A:-.^  -.'!���������/���������* >*^*^;' ��������������� ", '.Y:..^'.'--<*i**,V'?*;^,--Kj_,Hi>l���������,^  ������w^,he^.J 5^ wjnd,"iaughe'd fatlTer.  rthe:-^wmdvVdpi'":yAyv-;^YA:j:yyy:y  yyi'I^ha^^twbV^apei^to  when Iwasgoingto school this morn-  ���������lngtheywind blewyth������m;away aridAth������  #a<^������Vi^iigoing,y toykeep.smbA.Vafter'  ;^cbpol������andfiinake me d& it over."  y:AXX'X^.yy;y,y.fyry,y tf^-yfr r-y^ yyyy  Sorbets "or sherbets are drinks of ffuii:  juiebs   sweetened^  diluted;, sind  chilled;;  tbe*prppbrtioii-pfyWater^pVfruit,juice is;  feiuailerVinysiierbetsV-;tliaiiv^iri wa;tery.ices^  and the juibes areVyaried. ^convenieiibey  Two fcups -:offwatei^^vV^wo, pups bfjisugari7  v|biie bup;*bfAfruit^iiiceli^theVhyerage-prbt:  VjwrtibniAVV7yyVA:yy'yyAyA';-A.y:.y:XA:.A;':AyXXy  frozen daintiesVrarb: delightfulAiait  tinibjy.ljut y itAisVAwlienA theytbwmpEietbr,:  l^drslM^y^ia^AaifeS^h^^  'and ���������appetitbsyjadeilVtbat t'lieyVareyiifibssy  rW^Cpn������.yiyv.%;:.y^'f.--y:-y  ^^rb'fip^e;AVtjbj|pre^  ;:y bu, Jbbnsidbr^ bpw ^m^ly^aSaSter -$&; i?'"  tovturn: the Awieel ^bf anVun-t^dats Afrbcir;  ery or;'Chop;a; M  7:pye^:;aVi7hptV;:stoyeybPpkingya.Adbss^  y yPiainAibe Aprearn flavored Awith^nillajy  Jlpinbni AcocbaiyAcbf f eb'i; a'/niondAo^bbbcoA;  ^late^: isV!exceUentK^tythb:::m^  ;'cireams'v:':i(i'r0^  VtibnAofypne,ybr^^rb:y^  ;:aidA;pin^j^e|a^A^*griin butr;  Aras^eriy^pbacb'-jand^  .i|hinwVandrrbfre^ing|;^dydiffer&  ���������_-binatijbto^  'r'.lar^fJiYpriwi-i^:;^  ^y-\*v*^i^r:;ibe^bannMAbe^  -���������'plfl.'firlll'f. ..TLlv'.i+': ^lVri.i'1/1 '-.'liihwi.' :*-'h������i;-oViri'i'QCi'o/l'.  i^^Vtableitspodnivtb^a-glassy^  ySufiibient. '-^Strawberry: vinegar yis ymade^  ;tbbAsanie .wayvyyAAVAvy-XAX ..y.XXXXXXXxXi  |y yptva.- wber r^y and V^|ia3-p^ierr'yVAV^Shr������l^)  >Ta"k^yo*ibVgal'lpnyhierries, :bne-^alj*"ygallonA  Vpider vinegar;;':ylet -s&iidy^vet'niglitj^  strain, put ineax'pburidsofywMteVsu^  vvheh-it-;..boils '���������ski^'.aiid''bbbl.;then:b6ttle4!  AWhen used put yin" twp-thirds';icb; -water;" ���������  yyACurrant Shrub-^-Addi.to bachVVpint7;bfy  'strained cuvrantyjuiceya.Vpintyofysu^ar>A  Vbpilygently 10. minutes,:cool, bottlevandA  -cprk.5y':;_ .. 'yX;xx-:Y^y':XAxxAX;XXX'-y'-Ay.  ^El^iber^ySiru^-r-W  Ijj^y-yeryA litt^ywatbrly :ATOie^vVtlieyybpilH  ^strain.;; and *'WeSt6n;Y:allowing V bne-lialfj  ;pintyof; sugar to AeaehVpint ;'of fruit;'bpiiV  V 20yminutes, V. co oLrandy bottle; :;V.       ��������� XXtX  ^SGrtape Juice---;*>A*^sb Atliby grapes, addyaA  VpinSipf Water:tft.ey&yV:pbiindj heatViintiiV  ysM^Syburst, strain7Aandyallpw;:a,pint'bf  VsrigSrA'tP each (jiiartybfVjjiiice��������� bring to'  Abpil^Vand, when;cbld*;bpttleYA;;.  yy^riiit Nectai-^oybiijA'^uar'-Ab^ 'hbt^  ;7^atbryfidd oneAcub pfysugaryandyaVglasy:  ���������Ap'i:;ciii*rant orVeldeiberryj^iyAVoCppk un-y  yriljAdissblvGd;; boplV;and^addAleuipnV and;  Abr^ngbVjuiceVtbVsuitytas^.vV.A:Vr'yyy-:y  AA.Kentucky Delight^^uiceVpfyfivb lem:y  ���������mi^'jiine V'and Aa: lialfAcupsAofysu^iri.one;  AquartgofYwat^T^yo*^  Vjuic^^^era^yAstrawban-y. V^iityall-in  i^unbfi: bo\^Vwitk si^ stalks of bruised'  mint; "and -. plenty1': 'bf y f irie; ice A V VyV V A X    yx  ���������y'^aspbbrfy^ng-^  adeV;and a halfynryc^yp^as^e^l&s-yor;  'theyyshrub, Aaddyylewesyfrpfey^nglybf;  mint'���������'���������!��������� chill tboToiigWyAaiidVsbryb-iaAtallV,;  ���������tii'ioa Vgla'ssesyy ���������. X.i yXX; ';XXAyAyyy:yyYyx:  Ax&igg I^empnade���������-Juibb(andygfated: rliid;  ':bf,4hreb;lemons^i(i^^  '^ngarjjoneAcupA^I^  y^iit: ii^Va :iijui$" j S'^ndsgiia ke:luntilA;very:  ;^i^y^gra^^Achwrie^an^  I'af ���������gum^^.;:?|wopef i>yv TOaiy^usesVV^j^my^  bpcpmbAlightVV������ind; wajitbAinVVttibAfrebzer  .���������i^^eia^n^tj^n^^  :;:h^dYbee1aV"'adaed^  7v^terA'iirieSA^eyVdesiretf:'^h  better:Ain;nn; kildr^bibnedlyftbezer^  ���������-..��������� .;:t>i'"':j1',''t '': ������������������>^-;a*^''i*'*.*A"i-i3'''''.'7ii'i������s,^i'.-ii' ���������:������:"'  niinute8,v.stiriihgV.:brlskly.V.. Remove, Vnd(l  vo-*'''ii#--?'';i'  ������������������r^ y  ?h*'X-'*\r}&?&  i*vpj?.yi,?x  mmm  --.���������^���������;.-.���������:,,.-.-.,-,;  rs. ,-y-".-.v.'Y.  ���������}XX?:i&z&'  YyYx&y.  '���������^Vf^^S^^r-  V!netVlprofit'^toA-:the;:Ao^ers^7b^  7^$^O^O,tobCyAy0nbV?|[ifficultyy^earsy to:  A'helWattw^o^3$ygp  ;:tlie-yh^s7^e'Vh^b^HH ]&&$^^y2ZS^^9^?'  flibn^aiidiaicbyhenViaid TSbVeggS'^yyeai;*  yth^i^iildy;:^ve Viipy3,3pp^0;Qbp;?eggSiV  ; PrV^^rey tha^AiOO peiy ahnum  ^a^^omioiA^ndyobilAVin  Awbuidlmea������:moi������;th^  ; eye^Sday^ln^tli^y^f^  A seei^inj^heyleast^ pwb^le)"{t^t:^^^o^  v-Sum^^Vm������ny������jan^  \\tel$i&i''?pffi  :'<&v^txyAAyy^  ���������-.-'$&' 12'������J'~ & A'- .y:y, i���������-:���������. .*-;.;, '���������;���������; .:**"'- ������������������- ���������"��������� .������������������**"���������;.���������,.'������������������������������������*.' ..���������;%  ;Aviitin^V'r^bde^sV^b^;p^e^  *ript^ffb^^^^^75:^r^a^  :^x  'cracked^jefey: _     ...  .���������   A .'5'Sebdv^ussia^^  da:tbr Vpoiit^ ;6wfey;fbu^  RussianVyteajAinfuse l(v;inmutbs^hstiaini  *%f>fy\   ���������>     r, s*,s4-:���������  iU������nfi ���������'     /It-  "-*'"'*.- ������**%*V vj***^**   yy*-  x&  THEfflOpal^lO^  y/'Well, well, cheer ;up,^Aaaid^foih������r.  ."I know-how;^ ^tiy^^-tHS^Bt^of  that old wind. Oome '.with m������."  Harry dried his tearsAand wont out  ���������;.toytho Iworlcshop with father;Xand  before, thoy went in to dinner, they  had .made juat. tho nicest kite you  .everABaw..' .������������������������������������-.���������..,.-���������:   yxx,y ���������.'.  .HarryVvPlayed   with his ykito tilli  dork, and the wind iblew Bubtt'ia'-nico,  fresh .brefezo for him that ho batireiy  yforgayo yit for the trick it had played  ���������on'Yliim5;:in!,'the -mcittiiiitoWAfy'l'-'tWV  Am"    '���������"*".      ���������' '77-'A  H.:!i  Aer,oa!civ.A/V'3ibl^  ^spbbnsiypr^ackVdnrbuh^  - ready-jto V ^rve,yr,bli; thom yin Apr sprinkle..  ' overy������i$ej^  mrfoarpons,'chopped  ; ger^'' citron Viindy oran^B1;;pbel^iA^y^yiWitii;;  aVeauco madb*witli:a' cub of sugbrand  one eiip of wiatbrybolletl four,'; niinuteB,  I' add chocolate; eliopped)ifruit,-tQrrfav;o,iite,  .flavoring,.;.,.. XAA^XXxXx]XXAyAa  AFruit Fluff���������-To. every pint of chopped  poacli;,-,., bfljnjana v,o^  ���������plntibf waterj si^'eggs iihd'-<)nb'pbuhdrbV  BUga.rj beat eggs unWl'lightjV,then add  other ingrcdlontsAand yeoolc^^yuiitil ..thick  as custaivl.   Strain, set dl^li iii ��������� piin,V of  cold water and beat until cold. A Freeze  and serve with a'syrup like u sundaci  y   *pc|ai' Swift's Iced Colfbo-r^lakb ,ycpf-  feoyas'iisuiil, uslng!white .pi;aii b'gg' and  qjno cup of firibly, grbubd;bbffeo; to* fly1������  clips of boiling water.', "Wlicu bbbi striiin,  Vsweoton Aand* frceijb tp/t.bbnsistbnbyX 6i  much.   'Servo in f ntppoA glassee ,with  ?8\ybbtoh^d whipped cream. A - y A,  ;  At'iuits, containing, ad thoy do; a'vavi-  ;ctyv of  sugars,  acids, flavora,v potash,  uadii sultu aiul other mliierals oam11y.;ivH-  slnillated, should form a largo part: of���������  our diet all tho yoiir.   , '^X-'.'XyiA  Prc->U frui^dtt,cooling, stiinulfatlng^ ro-  freshing and ono of' tho' giedtostald^to  ;-;. Mose^of the. c.bi^trrosr of-Eurp'-^e haye:  nob; yet completed their estimates' of the  |wheat-^ropy^ ^  ^gram hasijiist^e^  tbrnatibhal Institute1: of ^i^jCulturb^'^iv-;,  ihglthb^pbrtB^fo^  V IhAHjiiigary^Vjtlie estimated j-ieJhlY;.': of;.  wheat ^or;. 1910 isy357;i42i7!04' Miisheis ���������  compared  V with'' 125,303i28rybii1ehfels^in  1000 and a toil yeitr, avetagb^bf^102,274^  .-401! bushels.;. ,'.���������''������������������������������������'.���������;'���������'"������������������'��������� AV ''���������'���������  'Yin Italy Ti;Qp7;00p acres arq:sbwhytp  wheat-this i yeari, c'bm*^red?*^i*t1i''?'&*''t*V^'.  ;-.AV::i^is!^![&Id^8^ing;-c^  ,y the ^^^jA^sdyAthe'" sa^^is|^dit^tr i*a*  wliere the bull in,breecling:and potency,  just|!|abouA^e^i^S:V^  y^s^ayhe^isymatedjAii^ere  - mp^iftlianJb^f ythby^  7 f or f^'bo^^  :th^^alfA:iprAbadV.hh7A'piul'^  ;gei^^Ata^i'-i������ie^?^^is^bein^^  ''thb|^legt|ipi^bj%tj^  jectAof interest, and. especially so, to that  class' or progressive ^dairymenywho'haye  ^i'4.-^^'-wU^r':+vc^i-c^^-y^������:.������^4.'ii������  lJ5 '.-V--*^������^^ v*t?&'������mjL?&*-zy*'*..tr' v?  ���������Y^0}oiiB^Xifi^^  jy^<4^:}^^  Holstein-Friesian* bullvat:,the head >of his'  ^petenytp|taSte.;yy:FillA^blpn^  VwithV:_fii^y;;chpppe^Aic^V^  ythree;VinbhesA'i^ei!ytpAW  TGarnish,.w,i.tbya;vsprig Xgl,^.lemonviyer.bcna,.  -orxirbseV ^erajnium;"yA:.V^;yYyiA :AxyyXX.yXyX.  AiAAx y-:x$xfi^^*i&^'$&w&M&^^i$i^  ���������!'adv^h9e4/H::3^ffi?try^(b."^^^  TlnsAlast classls composed' of cows' test-  Aed^hyV'^fie^yariQu^  ���������.������.-������������������ HAv;--'a-'������.'v���������.,.:������;-'-m-'---*������iw������ ���������-��������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������ 'aiid|WieAl^er*;dpe&:!nbts;b^  Axl^$0<mi������^^  :-tyA:^m.J^^y^^^^y^lYXAYXYAyyyAy:'--: 'wipites^i'-.puifc^b^  ]ftiiXiGJ^ie^^  ������'Troiiscr������,������> 'said1'',the tailor who was  lb sbnvee of the roporter's knowledge,  Ir** RiWarl^rit' when tliey tiro as nnar  Inokfts poflslble, , yet are not, black*  iryddrk jptiay with a lighter or oven  IdM-kttr' ������l,r!panbliio^ with; gray stripes  'different;wj|Ube qr diffbrept Rbnclcs of  uy,flri;A������trlp������s*T-thby >ro aninrter thnn  lythlng ln',ft.,dttrj������ ,i*rb>vh or green. Of  furta ust'ersV.fcftnnot lie, expected to  By new trousers, and It wns only ������  Inr or two"'hfjn that jfc wnH difficult  loiigh to, iihd;,tlieni nil with morning  M������i but'.JWlion tlio .bridegroom buys  Liiew outfit for the wedding he ought  take some combine tion of blnek and,  jlte or blnok and dnrk grey. Trouwerh  V' follow tho lemloncy. to a close fit  lid xbonld be niiirte narrower >* they  \\x tho7������&ta Win^ltntid. I������ ilt-  ������Jfulttfm over tuc,iu|������������,aiiu*tiiiAiKi,in  'sU,' ��������� Thfty...aro  jw-vcr  wa^y.of th*  ferlalvof thb eoatYribir li any hut ���������'%  Sfrongi* Catch by Mnlne Fishers.'  ���������;x ;-It -"iB about '"-'aa "jiear d sea Borpent at  anytliiri^that lina over been brought in-  ,*?_Portlahd. Some of the fishormon luivo  caUcd ;|tj yd, klhu herring, whatever that  !8r and spmo;have colled It a king Bmolt.  ������ was; caught\by, Howard Winock, a  monibor of the seboonor Salraa'a croy.    . .,     LI.,.        ,  ,.,        .    .  Looking atvt/ibiilsh;  top ������>a"i>bttt^  [������eolmon. :It l������;na:attenuated aa      W3i������n cooked, sugar,is usually added,  "*"' making tho riiitrltlvo value higher,'but,  causing the lose of much of tho orlghm.  :������^JV'.Y^V'vA,,-.rY:Y.YY^i'Y,^;^^>y>v,.:^  It is not enough for ono to oat.onoh  dnyibo oxnctjquantUy of ������qod needed'(to  siifttiiiln ,'Hfe ��������� nnd strongU������.vlv -#A oortitln  amount bf'bulk In neodedto beep oriirln  good hoivltli, and, fruit, furnish^ ���������ii.th.'u,  .Without overcrowding tho body' with  nutrient mat tor, '.'"'���������' '���������"  : ,^In|liot wcatlior the nmouiit of moist*  lure exuded frohi the bodyi to*'<|roater  than In cooler weather and moiu liquid  Is required to maintain a right tomiiera-  turo.; j So we resort to cooling bcveraRi,i������.  Whon these contain clfflc, ov similar  fruit acldn, thoy are found to bo more  *������oo1lnjy thnn* rlfttf winter,' H������c ore a  few reolpes for refrbuhlng dirlnkst  Kasj*bcrry Vln*gflr~-Vut  two  ipiftrt*i  "of ,rnHj>bcrriei������ In a <������ton������ iarj nbiir over  oneJniurt of vinegar*, Jet *'tnnd;24 Konrsj  strain nnd pour Itijnld oyer quart ot  ���������fr-������?j fruit r.y.a''lft it start;! 2i !r^������:'  ripest orwfmtlon ��������� Uilrd: ds**.<- th������������������ add  year ayeTageof: 12,537;331acresi  ������������������ ���������"   '���������'   "v'XY:..i"!fYiyXi..'.',r"   A    '-������������������ J- *��������� ���������;('?-���������������:  :-:'V,'. '";���������:  StoME^NTitASfS IN MILK^VIlELbS  "������������������������������������'.��������� ":     .'..*.- yt'Offyr^yyAAX *'A-i>HfV..JiW}):. MVi,���������-..,$.���������.!!���������;'  , Some records are always stimulating;  Some of the records fr.om membcYB     of  the .cow te8tingyaBsbciatlbnsv')fdr'iMay" aro,)  'indicative: of good cows A well kept:, and!  well fed ��������� in ;n, word, dp^idcdly profItabJo  cows.   For iiistance,* one' datiryraa*il->.'*'in-  ^Ybs'tbrh Onttfrlo owning '; a- herd? ofi' 02  'co.ws has tlio inspYring record1 Of 'lJjaTibBi  of-rnilk per cow, during the     month.  Aghln, 'in,vsix, aBBocifitionsii), /'*l*oterbo���������r1o,.;,  and Oxford cpun-tiea tlioi nyoragb .^lpld'$t).  380cowB)waa 1055vlbs.'bf nillk<ahd;'34;3,  lliB'i-fat.'y^..1,;; AXyX" ��������� y-'A '-.'AyV^y.y-AyVV':  Tlio reyorflo of the;,pioturo,.'.i^vnbt^sbj  rosy, indicating; tlio need of more and,  better ..cows. yyJSbvcir'iaV 'asBOoliitibne'liavo'  A,p nvcrago'of tindbr 700 lbs.'of mlllt and^  20 lbs. of fat.; A group bf, 75 cows at  onir creamery gave Only OOi* lbflV*of;'ihlllc.  aiid 21.8 lbs. fnt\Ing}Wy,r:'$M  difforenco, the avofagb yield npw'uabovb  jiocket; but ������50 to"? 100 will buy an excellent bull; and one fit to hVaQ 'any cbni-  ympuydaii^'&brd^ft^  :pui,e-bi^d,.^;'lnS-bul|8^V^ "*'������������������"'���������''"'"'  : other; merc^  qiiaiity^A:anldT *c(iinUty??*hciudeE  bvbeding:A-and^;iriuiv������d,'Uiiij^  might -bo 1 ol tbo Abest y breeding^ 'tiiicl'Vybt  wortblbss' on account of.' lack ������������������ ofVindivid- <���������  iuiiljtyi>;,or lieVmiglit7be;a;Vbi*.ll;iifotb^qn-;  7tb'T^any;;ririgi'';,'and-ye'6"'be badly lacking*'  as:'"|of;breeding.:;7';��������� .yy;;;y'y7 ' "'.xy^m  "��������� A Ih;(;edingA:is ybf^thb ynipj?t.tlmpprijuice,:  biititBO is: thbAindivitiuai exceliei)ce"Viand!  BtT0-������igt1i Wbich*-^^^lll'AeriiiblbJthbYbUlPtbi  transmit tho good qualities of. his, ahces-  tiyiaiid so show Jiis prbpbtbhcy iii; his  offi-iprlng.' ���������������������������yY'y'yyyxXxyyA. i.v.-^^-..-w.Xk^  . "Hut perhaps A-a.o.i**^  ?fX:X:  ;inilked|bight seasons '��������� andAthatAwbiild:?heo  ���������$?,'0>-fo#tj^p^j^^^ja  ���������^butsltbn-rsuchA it A would Y haveA^eariiedVy ^AAAXX;A$SAXA^:  io-wMri;'$30!9^But^'^  ;prbjs^y.:ihydccpA;bBathin"g.y;'?v::y:';vy^*  ^'^iiblCv t^tttrSbht'tbb  tonseiglityyawi^Acach followed by "the;"' ���������-������������������-���������������������������^^���������-^���������������������������^  Mlyfehyiisperapii'B'nw    ':1i'ndi7iiLiisVaai;/lJeasi't;Yopen'V:tOAnub^ AXxyfyiy-yy  ������������������'tibtf('s*wfcicU'-ihb"''iyawuing>  to i^mbvo, are .npt,.u8piwl,inVy  AtheVentrance, of gcrms and other .foreign A .*������������������.���������������������������'  ���������"���������i^fe.A;,;  u  a rare Bpcolmon ^_ __  nn eel. for from nosb to'tail'fiii'it meat-  urea about four foot nnd is no thiekbr  than a man's wrist. A* sharp Pnaintod  widu dorsal.fin runs along the. hack and  tlto-wliolo body isabout tho oolor;of a  smelt. Thon there ^aro some wicked look*  Ing jaws, with big sharp teeth, opening  about four inches when stretched to  their utmost. Thb fish looks as if he  might ho capablo of great snood'through  the water as well as capablo of great  do������tructivorioafl.-i-l,ortland Proaa.y������������������ < V.:  ,��������� e������������      ANB tm GOT NO TJP.    , ������  Tlie man with the broad expanse of  iihoonuplcil territory on tho summit of  liis cranium was Irritable.  "I part my hair," ho eaid, crossly, "on  the left side." ���������  "Yes; sir," said the barlwr. \vitb un  ruffled'j-olitouuc**| Vypu rmrt it, perhaps,  with ayean-oponerf'f,       ���������:���������-������������������-:,,       ���������:.   ������������������ y  > V..u...i..>....U^>i 0 ������m in - ���������������������������*. :        ,   ���������''  "Won't ypu on glnd to get back t������  "���������nti? jijiflT?' "!j?ftB sn'i*" '*V!"9?'f'4?,*'"''^f**."*  fto T itf^w^.M"'Wpll*fl ^rilfi^elrvftns nlnT^i,  is flovonty por.,cbn-fc.,;bej;ter. ;  As an instance 'of what Is lib  yy^. ���������������. .yAlady'wm^to  '���������'���������A*'w'IhRve'bei5n*u,i5ing''aW^^ : '"  in my apartment,   I want one nofw, fq^r my(sgr  ���������  wme.yr!X"thuilcA  '���������A'-'^A-l'  '/these oil stoves are wonderful.  I'cbmfort they ore, they would all have  ir om^mmid^fdm^'mm  ..   .  ���������    ���������' \1 .  m..  [.. '... *������������������! .-     ���������  . ,i'J '���������   .i  .  i  , .1  .. .....',    I .        .  ���������..   .      I  "  S'lV ��������� '���������'  .. done  by. the eclc("tcdVanlina.V'tliofrcc6rd of  ,:pno of tbb^ mo-it' fahious! bowtff tbJday,  forms n wonderful 'contrast';-,Sho-*!* ������������������ br������a-'!'  itod wttli,120Ibs.'ifttlnthirty days.������Thift(  cow, it li)i ,"aa4d,.l.>vajT,:plckoitl��������� un' from a".  neighbor whb did' not^lcbep VbbAMid' rtnd  tlicinforo waj' uhawaro of hbr ���������plibpibmq:  nnl ���������\*nluev!7'v71iovwiU ho tbo nc*t'-tnan to  "cliscnvor anotlior such diamond in tho  rcughV Individual, cow irccprdo alone  enn uliow whwre'BUfch' Jewels eadsb.*  ��������� O.F. W.  A " ''''^HHyC^N^IAN':^^^,f'"^l  '\ (Christian :.auardian.),''yv^7 '*},/,,'  Canada'has ,a poipulatloif. of i>robably  a little leas than 8,000,000, anil we have  hnndrodo of millions ,of acres of agricultural land yot unwortced.rWbhavc  about 25,000,000 head of poultry in.Canada, tind;,vy^,,lRet' ,,3r������jt������r> ..w, 1n,r.or*T,'1,  583,270tdpren' wore,.e^ga -t������,*W{fc:  ti\. WAitmd to bring egga from the  Uiijtod 'States aud ,Ilu������������Ia,(j'and;pVcn'  ' from Chin*; and .Japan,, tat pt.d^r.^^0^  .our people. The Farmer's Advocate reek*  "<vn* ih������t '������*W'',ifVW'*litttft*hA'#ftJ'S''^'ll^'|t'fln(������  000.000 head of;poultry'i^OaiMula, which,  Aupfbrfiv������������ttrn>8ltnco8M?'^^ ���������'" .$���������  XythnlnAy wlioa^^Wtiiiai^ght," #  on oil |toy������ ^���������B������U .irtght^/ojfv aufekisr   f.  Aheatinf 'm������H MM hn^bF%������ing:Qi;yf;'  kcttlo- of -water; or fto wOA cblfco , "  * smh ��������������� >ob.i;������jslte iBporocldte .T...  <" P������rf������otlen Oil Coob>C������i������v������ mesna to you> No  .|.m, more eosl to carry, no mors aortiioc to th*  .. tUnnor tuMe so tired out that -ywi p������n t ���������������.  ���������*' Inst liacht ai perfiMtlpn Htove ������niftmihedUit������1y  tHohe������tfr(M������ *nlpUnt*.Wu������r������ffl������t shoots  lnr>toth"a,bo������eM'of.|Wt^Vs^^ ������Dut  * *ivi*U, iw outaide hut,* So dH������iltt*ry \n th������  utoben-vrhtre onaof 1U������m stov������s foused,  ,*  ������������������V/'IV  ':*���������������������������  ".w'.������������.,t.������,l  Ai'.i.V",...i:t  ������������������until my family haa gotten nnat the I one pound of migarto each   pint   of   on the conservative baala of ������i profit  euatoma jnapoflfcorar--waahlng(on Star.   Juice, bring alo-wly tbVbo}l and bottle, for each hen  yyy-  ���������������v ������ c: n<L' ������'s. suit). *���������:. ������������������-������^/i. rvn ������  ftglh ��������� Cfc-bltiet'Tofr^Wh ������ ahaIMor keeping plataa ������n4 toad hot. (-Vh������,������������������ y  nIekW'i*il������hV>lth tb������ bf Ight t>lti#>f ^hbVhlmneya, makas the atoyo ornamantrf      x  , ami .itr^jjtiva, .Mad* - wuk. 1��������� "1 ������..d SV'^wucui ,.*&*, 3:������������������d ��������� 2 l:~=-r =t2r=,   .,.  nC������#V*S,w1^ *'.* "-"   ���������'���������" X" :r'  *i  : t,  V)1'J  "&**#F ctaitfp* ilV**^  . Vt'i-i. i$AA n.  ^���������k:3^m?Wn'm  rial Oil Company,  itiywl'-MA M>  per annum, would mean a  WnXxx  y. ti-.. ->������������������>.  tmm  ���������iai  UmWMtittmm i la^t iiia^Mwaiiawi**-^^  .fa) ���������*.���������*������# ijuf.w  ,7.Tf^ rt'ff " *  |.������4>-PVV<|i   W-Wftofrt-ltif- tfUKM   P*<* '  iirajaaiatiia  ty/iif ^'('jA-ify.  ifc-'.���������;���������:  mA.  iWX  :yiy^Aff:^:^^i'A--'Xxys^.y^y;xy^if}'^:iy0^y  fW^X^^X^A  m  m  t  llllplfpy'A^  j^qffffiWjjj  . .. .        ;i'::"������jS\y  Tiiii  W REVL  ������"&&*?&  m*o  TRAIL  B.C.  CHAS. MOOStEB C.E.  3. Las������ Stmvnvos*. a*������ Awr������ra������aw  li&f&seraJ Wealth Awaiting The  Prospector Near Creston  One of the (greatest of the undeveloped  I resources of the Oreston valley is undoubtedly the vast mineral wealth that  lies almost uu touched, or even uudis-  QQ������o?9!| f>y the miner &ud prospector.  Of the Teles of Sheep Greek Aad the  gfffi'WItfJaiy'i'i* i  CRSSTPN  ���������  ���������  Js.t������.  n    AWBl^.SON  i?  ,%ASS'ywmSrS9Tl<^i  TRAIL-  ��������� JS.v*.  OtCBLL. YOUNG & CO������  Best Sesste e&S Ins-sassse.  CRBSTON     -        -     B.C.  GUY   LOWENBERG  Orerrosvrasa Baontacft  JW.'W  *D  *>/>wt a ism scvruTON  AJf.A.ft.  < Diploma I^ondoa Asm, Aceountents)  AVDXXOB ABO ACCO0STAST  jsaihanoe unaM y������gj���������.��������������������� ������������������������ v~���������7���������  Books balemaed, apMl aad <*������**m  ���������ftatteerairapB a������u wnja**g ���������������"'������������������   ������  CRESTON  B.C.  10 a)i>*VS ���������&��������������������� firtl> ff 11**^ '���������'���������i^'fti****^  With a L@���������������l Flavor |)  "~ IB  Bayonne and their worth as  mining ���������������  camps aud producers there lias been ample  proof by the many rich strikes that have  been made in these districts. But nearer  heme, on the neglected elopes and along  the turbulent-water courses, by which  the streaniB wind their way dowa the  hillsides into the eatery valley 01 tad  Kooteuay, there lies buried wealth tin-  told, whioh only needs enterprise and,  capital to develop.  Already this year several well equipped  ���������prospecting parties have gone out from  town to Bean over thia hitherto neglected  country.   Mr. SiePeak and his partner,  F. Boras, have been among the most  persistent aud successful of these, and  ������������ tho rew.!t of their enterprise four  valuable claims have been staked on the  sonth fork of Corn Creek and about  three miles from the division of the J  stream.   Xhe claims ore named the Big  Chief, &ipantnc&, Shamrock and liaat  Chance, and will be known aa (he Big  Chief group. *������slsdgc has bees stripped  for an extent of abont forty feet, and  relying on very favorable assay results  by a leading provincial aasayer of highest standing, the partners hare decided  to   undertake   extensive   development  work, with a view to still further proving and enhancing the  worth of the  property.  In thia age it is easy to miss the  wealth lying at our doors, whilst snatching vainly at some distant prospect,  which, like the ehutre shadow, is always  just beyond our grasp; and these discoveries by Mr. MoPealc and hie part-  IP99I1  ' We have a First-Class &ob Printing Department  and! sow orders wilt be in the hands of experienced printers  8  Letter Heads, Bill  I���������1 /^ S% S~\ ������?  I!  Envelopes  /-> _ ^ ^3 ^  Circulars  IB  In fact* anything and everything in tke way of high-  Grade Commercial Printing at the  ness will encourage others to investigate {g  in a thorough manner the vast mineral]  deposits that lie within reach of onr own  city.  ea������iw*f*������iavi|r>i''������'i'*>**' ������*������������������������ *-���������  The <J, P. B. survey -fang era on* stsr-  vexing the levels and approaches to the  esbwsy wd������r the main track at Creston  vng ft^v^r>-Ooaf������������^9S������ry and ifle  cream parlor; living rooms at war; a  T^rga&il���������A. W. Coalter, Oanyao street  Jtow~AtEriok������m.on^turd������y, Ang-  X^X aOUJ, tO W*p WH������> H* *M ���������   **-*rr~rw������   -  son.'    . .  *m a. ���������   <a���������~J���������������      taamt  JMOBN���������"AS \JS9W*U% w������������  W"w/ ������   ���������-���������������������������  2lsu, to the wife of V. Caw, a son.  Mr: and Mra. 3. A. Mitchell were  passengers on the westbound Monday;  thev are removing to Kelson.  The telephone line to Mr. Foohin's  residence in Oanyon City in now in  working order���������Number Mo.  ^ ���������      _.���������.*..-i 1 country, where the grass looked green  We wrote in onr copy books when we  were little boys that the horse is man's  heat Mend. Judging from the language  which some qf onr leading citizens are  using about homes, there is more poetry  thantsethia this statement. ''Jay Jay"  set off for the foothills last Snnday on a  prospecting tour, following the footsteps  of Pete, the packer, and mounted for tke  fray. Whilst he was quenching hiB  thirst in C-^s creek and admiring the  strange and wholesome taste of water,  his horse got away from bim and setoff  at a swinging trot for the Bayonne  1 ^:   j %.   j  Mr. Coulter left town hurriedly on  Wednesday, having received the sad  news that his wife was dangerously ill  and not expected to live, Mr. A. W.  Coulter will leave for the East today.  Wash prints, Uo. per yard*���������O. C. S.  Mrs. Derbyshire has accepted a posl-  "tlon������t the ooaat and will leave town  I home, and as the steed was still missing,  set ont the following day on another  horse to find his lost friend- We learn  from a fire fighter that a dim ghostly  figure, riding a livery horse, had been  seen somewhere near the survey camp,  and passed like a thief in tho night into  the unknown.  I   Only the other day another of our  earlr in the week.   The news ot her *������������������ |lwuliBg olttomi Bwly ,Mk hli llte ^  parture will be received with regret by  her large circle ot friends here  FOB SALE���������A good ranch and bvggy  j perfectly (inlet: suitable for ladies  andohUdreu; aged 10.  q,nTet; suitable for  ~   -Apply at Bevlew  ���������horse,  and ok  office.  W. A. Freeze, for some time employed  aa bookkeeper at the Oanyon City Lumber Co., left town on Tuesday for the  ooaat. We understand Mr. JWse in-  tends to reside permanently in Vsnoon-  ITS*. I  Men's balbrigsn underwear, 75. per  s-ait.���������O.0.8  B. Lamonti the well-known and energetic real estate man, left on Tuesday  tor the ooaat. He will pay a short visit  to Helson, -thence -proceed to Vancouver,  and will bo haoftt ftom this bnalnea* trip  in three weeks time.  WANTKD���������At anoe, Bush foreman,  thoroughly siKi-oadn**^ with building and  operating timber shntea (dry). References needed as to former experience.  State wages. Good pimpeots for ateady  wxperienoed man.^Aptdy Lumber 8yn*  UioaU, Pentlcton. B. G.  Indian Agent OiUbtiith wag in town  last week. lie was investigating com.  plainu from the Indiana respecting the  pasturing of eattli* and the matter hav-  ing been settled in w *������tl#f*������������flirf man*  ner, he returned to Fort Steele, Friday.  LOaT���������A lady's Norfolk Tweed Ooat  with leather collar Finder please re*  turn tmmm te the B#vkw ������*lflee.  W. Barton, of T������b������r, Alta., was in  'Aj|h*n*a#VjBi   'TfH*i**#������/AJIii.*������i# w.Tim       *(lm+\1H&0b^    (m    4#%itjaeja.  estsd in frnit landi ������M infoatnsd onr  ' gi;;ff������.g������ia-������i.Hve ������.W* Im hid spent a very  'y!***-*!'* ������to������ h*m mod wns eiksarined  ' wl*ilk the Otestan dUMlst  i������������������������ww*,fi������������������mii*f.*il-<'������'  being thrown from his horse whilst  croaaing a slough. Thn sooner we import some flying maohlnea and the bet*  ter. At best, the horse is bnt a poor and  inefficient tool, and at worst, Well, jnst  ask "Jay Jay" abont that.  FOR BENT���������A neaf-, well furnished  - - -* ������wit������������AAea Hiuianii ���������  Vf ���������������������������������/������������    *MXM������������������������������������'aM������ f  Apply Beyiew  hmum ia CeosUju for ths -wrisicr sssscn;  auiuble for small family-  office.  >cetaasee������e������������ee������������e������������e������eeei  Labor Day  In Fernie  Large list of good events  Over $1000 in prize/*  Horse Racing  Foot Racing) Baseball  Tennis Tournament  Football, Squaw Tepee  Race*, Squaw Horse  Racing) etc.  Entries mnat be mado with  Seoretary  Q. H. Boul-ton, President  "W. S. Stahlby, Secretary  Mm I������������������t4>tti     Bf��������� Drwjfst  Ocrir������n (or Oaocta) awrtaiiis Ufa* rrw*  ������vtM lm������Mion. niiM*fal.>������  ���������neaol  naon**  \m       wirir������Tiioru������onaji  FypsrjaotaS ^jmrasarl  ���������aaalt-i \-\SqmoUmmUvi   _, oa aaMnti'iswk. M  of rar������*-A  Oaonaaaa ...  %'difm������ ouflffJ^.'jiit baiiafju  * yin t������NMM)y������r������it|  w$ZMmKjyi*rY<* ���������  BUMmtaMMm   KUto  Wjart.  TiWllaWji  SHSistfSilaM slat attHSr mkmMMti^mMm  Bnbber tire OBillapBible. gb-oartB, i|6,6p  ���������O.O. S.     , "     -.*' .-V) ������������������'iyX-'  W������sb prints, 1 lo. per yawl -  Ladiea- caahmero hose, a0ot-  MiasL. M. Scott, Trained Nnrae, ot  Ratiawell Uospltal. Manitoba, is ready  for engagements of MV.kta.4, ^t0������������W  aspecialty^  Apply���������.MatL M. Soott,  IffllfTtfWIilCttslf'HlfWW^fyfWTrffl  JL   M AJ     p>%   iflS^   <8fc   am������   ������m>   ������w   tfSS   SSw 55S  (SSm  BURTON  HOTEL  WM. TAYLOR, Manaijw  CRESTON -:-    B.C.  ganeral deiive^r&oyle, B. 0.  Bnbbor tire oollapslble go-onrto,  ���������O. 0. 8.  $8,150  acas  layvleai Next fluadey.  rresbyteriata Church  i������o**c.  Jterd-eswUlbe held.ln the Prsaby*  uSEsTawNhwi W^KJgS" siSffi"  7jSl vs.   Sdiaday sohool at 10.0 a.m. A  MiTOlass nSifi^JB^MW  u.m.  Ton are oordmlly luvltod to Join  our Bible OlaaB,       -.���������������,-,���������������-,. ������������������������,  JOHN JT. GnxxMttx, Fsalov.  WATBB NOTIOB  1  Tnlco notioo that I,o. J.AVinan. ofWrnndnU  B.O. Intond to. npply tlUrty days ftena,ante  to ttiw Wator OotnmlMnlonor for a watoryll������'  cunflo to tnko ono-liHirof a oubto foot er wat������r.  rrom an nunnmod stream' flo wins from Die  mouth of tho tunnol of the KlBlvHolmtsinln*  to bo iiHod for tri'lKi*tion purposes ou .bOts I'M  nnd I'M, Kootonay Vallay lands, Oreston, O U.  Water to bo titkon soroia tho land owned by  "ului Hatlilo, adjolnlim ixitilM.  Orodton, B.C., Ait|{u������l 13ih, 1*10,  'o."3f.wiaBN  Women*s Be^tity  Jt can Never he Pe0dxyx  Without :I^xut^;maitMA  Methodist Church  CMurvines om Sunday nexts Sunday  Sohool and Blblo Glass at 1000 a.m,;  Kve-aing Siurviee, T.I0 p.m.  F JT A-mrnaitfOnn, paaier  CiatrtH *t Hnglaaal  irxtw.  ���������^f ww sap ss ���������/   ���������  %t^#l'if'f awWr^W  mmy  ..���������MHMMHilHaimitii.  Divine i*rttei l������ the HEW SCHOOL.  mX^imm,; EvtMcug And Sermon,  I* wo w Wi.  Alio* Siding soboolhouse at 6 p in ,  H^WRRPll^w Wt ���������fBEpj������peWS������^| ������ ���������jWpsjjW**  Billiards and Pool  Jrun/n Room ������^������^������^  ClgAra and Clgaretteg  Hot or Gold Bitfis  At Any Hour  I Razors Ground and Sci  SAM HATFIELD, Prop  ^^^^  ��������� >i4mww*w*ww,!'������^#rt;'4i**  ^.-^A-.t wn.������filv ���������������  A bond of luxuriant hair is sore to be  nttmotlve, But nature has hot orowncd  ovpvy wotntm with ptlorlons hair. Bdmo  vory lovable Vwomoui aha 1 has treated  ratUer1 Hotmtily in this roapoot.  For infUuinoo, tboro ore tens nf thon.  nnd<������ nf women in Canada today w>io  havo hnrah, ludcd nod Juatorleas hoii1,  who, nro nnatlrnotivo simply beoouGO  thoy do not know that uowaaays even  tno whtma of nnturo can bo overruled  by tlio genius of soioaoo.  If you nro a womnu without beautiful  ball*, do not permit yemr nttraotious' to  bo hlddon beoauao ot this slight mlaforv  tnnn.  1 Go lodny to tho Oreatnn Drug Store  |aod buy a luruo bottle of Parisian Bngo  (or no oi'iits, uho it onoh nlurht, and *yon  will ufiilco tlio harsh, ropulnlvo huir dis*  uppoar, nnd in it-4 plaoo will como soft,  HtlMy, lirl|xht and luxuriant hair,  Pnrinlau Sogo ia -gnaratiteed by tlie  Oreston Drug Store to cure dsudtuff,  lohluKor ho soalp and atop falling  Imtv iu two wooka, or money back.  ��������� +**wt+* a*? <-**������ * . a>iai^ ������tp������* 


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