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Array /\aarcss ior  $2.00 a Year  Copies 5c  i  We have just received a complete  range of Fall Caps to sell at * . *  75 cts. to $t.25  Our stock of Lumberman s High Top Shoes are the Best.  and Itoe Guarantee Every ^air to gibe Satisfaction  General  Merchant  PEERS  I-  Creston,  B.C   .. Phone No. 52  4 Real Surprise Party  I  &������  The clock of the FitzGerald residenoe  had just chimed the witohing honf of 9  p.m. on Tuesday when the master of the  honse was aroused from his slumbers by  a joyful group of young people who had  planned a surprise party iu honor of  Mrs. R O'B. FitzGerald, who is shortly  taking a trip to the old country.  The surprise was a genuine one. Very  - quietly the first comers walked np .to  the front door .'(they had never been in-  ' tro&uced to the dog at the hack and were  yytakingno chances) and the host and  .,������:hostess were awakened from their beauty  ��������� Tsleep. Mrs.FitzGerald looked charm-  ^ring in^a /negligee, costume and ���������'Bob**  t'A:made quite a hit in his saucy little night.  j.^x-   , *^i ,<������������������.    -   -r^y -���������  '���������" 'cap j& Tho^est!**. droppedJsj,~froox,JMo  '9.30,* tmul_,the party was complete.   Mr.  and Mrs. G. Yonng, the Misses Howarth,  croft, Leamy, Johnson,* and Messrs.  Opie, Murdoch, Callender, Bennet,.Dow,  Keith and Scruton were among the uninvited, bnt welcome visitors.  The samples of meat and other pies  and salads, whioh the guests had thoughtfully brought with them, finally disposed of the base accusation that the  single young ladies of Oreston cannot  cook as well aB their married sisters, and  the strains of Mr. Keith's prize band  provided the necessary musical accompaniment to which all tripped,the light  fantastic merrily round tho room. Later  on. Messrs. P. and R. Watson joined in  the fun.   Mr. Gibbs presided over the  ' orohestra and Mr. R. Watson added to  tho evening's entertainment by his reu-  i deriug of that serio-oomio farce "Inter*  ruptions."    After the "Home, Sweet  ' Home" waltz had boen encored until  tbo grnmophone needles gave out, Mr.  Geo. Young, in a neat 1-jttle speech, proposed tho health and hnpplnesB of our  hosts, wiflbiug Mra." FitzGerald "hon  voyage" and a safo aud speedy, return  to tbe friends ehe loaves bohlnd ia tho  little burgh of Creston,    With joined  hands and "Auld Lang Syne" the party  broke np at about 8 a.m.  A Fruit Grower's Suggestion  An important point regarding frnit  culture in the valley has been brought  to our*noti2e bv Mr. O. J, Wigen. *Mr,  Wigen suggests that in addition to the  exhibitions of perfect frnit, A such as the  apple show in Vancouver^ there should  also be exhibitions especially for the  fruit grower, at whioh would he shown  fruit which for some reason or another  was below standards ih������fc the causes of  suoh blemishes could he pointed out to  the growers in order "that they might  avoid same In the future. *->  ���������*    *��������� -        r  The, idea is that in'each district there  should be collectedAby-the fruit growers'  a^cnatidn-t*%l������i|l67S4>i:i'������Siit which have  xtijutju jjtOiu &uy jrattuOu iu aituux,. p^ricC-  tion; and the government inspectors  should periodically make a visit and de-'  liver lectures to the ranchers on how  best to prevent these imperfections. In  Mr. Wigen's own'words, "What we  want is a big crop of fruit all up to a  high commercial average of quality. We  all know about the specimen Al apple;  what we want to know is, why so muoh  fruit is below market standard and how  we can increase the average yield and  quality upon whioh our ranchers profits  really depend. Oar loads of commercial  apples, and not sample exhibits, must  be the war cry of the fruit growers."  M. McCarthy came home loBt Friday  Prom Alberta, where he has been employed by the O. P. R. ou steam shovel  work. Owing to the high winds of Alberta aud the difference of the climate,  Mr. McCarthy has been Buffering from  poor health of late, being confined to the  hospital at Macleod for a while. He i e-  ���������"umed "Q Albert��������� 02 txr<j^������������������i������i^oi������ inof  feeling muoh bettor; in the hope that he  would ho able to continue his work.  Celebration Day Balance Sheet  At a final meeting of the Labor Day  celebration committee held in the Mercantile store, on Monday the 13th inst.,  the accounts were submitted by Hon.-  Secretary, R. G. Scruton, and passed as  correct. The following is a summary of  the revenue and expenditure account:  Receipts��������� > '  Cash contributions, per list $831.50  Boys' baseball list, per George  Mead          25.00  Surplus drawback from O.P.R.       7.76  Sundry donations ,.       6.50  Collected at final committee  meeting towards deficit....     25.00  Contributions from business firms:  J. Y. Griffin & Co., ham... ,v     3,50  A. MocDonald, crerm   ..-..,      5.40  T.-Ryan/shoes-...���������. 11        S.50  J* H. Aslidowxi, G-. razor &7������  t ,. >   .  Wood, Vallance <& Leggeit,  G. razor         3.75  Ogilvie Mill Co.. flour           5.70  Imperial Oil Co., oil X.....       3.06  Creston Hardware Co.,- carvers 4.00  Nelson Hardware Co., fishing  pole    .'        8.00  St. Charles' Cream, cream 5.00  T. J. Crawford, shoes  8.00  Creston Mercantile Oo  25 00  Canadian Bank of Commerce 10.00  A. O. Bowneas, Cranbrook 15.00  McLeod & Nolan, cigars.... 8.25  B. O. Cigar Co., cigars   2.76  O. O. Rodgers     10.00  Creston Valley Investm'tGo. 5,00  P. Burns & Co  5.00  WOKE ON SUMMIT- CREEK ROAD  TO START A'A- ONCE���������MORE  - SIDEWALKS FOR ORESTON  Superintendent of Roads G. M* Benney is authority for the statement that  work on the Summit Greek road will be  started at once and pushed with all possible dispatch to completion to Bayonne  camp. This is good news for the residents of the Oreston district as we!! as  for the people of the Bayonne camp.1  When this road is completed it will he  a part of the' great trunk government  highway that will run from Vancouver  to the Alberta line. Besides this, it wil!  make Creston the natural supply point  for the famous Bayonne and Sheep  Creek districts.  A Following this important announcement ocmes the word that there will be  considerable sidewalk building in Creston this fall. It has been decided to  build a wide sidewalk along Canyon  road as far as the Presbyterian church,  and another down Fourth street as far  as the jProvinsial police office. These  sidewalks have been very badly needed  here for some time past, and the news  ot their building has been received with  much satisfaction. It is srated that both  these sidewalks will be laid within the  It is a long time since we had oue of  those old time mulligans, for which  Creston used to be famous, and the  chickens have lately been leading a quiet, uneventful life. Bnt their rest was  rudely disturbed about a week ago when  in preparation for the Methodist Harvest Home fowl supper aud social, upwards of seven hundred (more or less*)  of the tenderest spa  *~>lX������lO.U  s of the feath  ered tribe met an untimely death; but  they<died in a glorious cause, and then-  final disposal was presided over by some  >two hundred of our leading citizens at  .the banquet given by the ladies of the  church on Monday last. It was a good  thing the footnote had been done away  with before that feed took place.   Talk  next tew weeks.  The following extract from the Fernie  Free Press of September 16th, is reproduced in the hope that same will catch  the eye of the /'he" or "she" and bring  a blush to "his'' or "her" literary face:  "' '*The Creston correspondent of the  Nelson News is the most surcharged  ''live wire'' who contributes to tbe press  of the province. We don'<t know who  he���������rr-or she���������is, but he���������or she��������� cer-  about riotous living; fancy all our  "Board ourselves" bachelors let loose on  the choicest products of tha champion  cooks of the Creston valley. The slaughter was tremendous; everyone did themselves and the good things provided,  more than justice. Some of our orators  were to have made speeches, but their  hearts were too full for words. Iu between the sklads and the wish bones we  appreciated the excellent musical selections of Mrs. Rose, Mrs. Hyde and Miss  Cartwrsght. After the suppor a program of songs and musical items was  rendered in an effective manner by well-  known local artists, but in the words of  one who dined not wisely, but too well,  "the supper was the  thing,"  and we  0/\������n������^Mn.a   '-1-'.  InJI.i.   r.4!  JU,Q   >r������4.-t.^.J������;r.4.  K  ohurch on tbe success whioh attended  their efforts. '  Upwards of two hundred guests sat  down at the supper, and we shudder to  think of the mountains of eatables that  disappeared during the feast.  The fame of this supper has gone forth  through the land, and we predict that  7,500 chickens will scarcely be enough  to provide fo?ithe,guests when thel&dies  repeat, what ^everyone agroes  was the  most successful function of its kind thac  ' y        * '  Or da ton; has ever enjo-eed.  Provincial- Police Court  In the provincial police court last Saturday afternoon, Louis Boscariol, ayoung  Italian, was sentenced by Stipendiaiy  Magistrate Johnson to two months  hard labor iu the Nelson gaol. Accused  in this case was a lad of about 17 yeai s  of age. He was charged with attempting to commit an assault on Miss Annie  Johnson, daughter of a well-known local fruit grower. Tbe evidence for the  prosecution showed that the assault had  been attempted, hut the lad, a-j soon as  the gn*l resisted and ordered him off, at  once left her a'oue and the girl was not  harmed in thi* least. In view of these  facts and that the accused, in the  opinion of the magistrate, being a ^foreigner, did not really know th������ seriousness of his offence, a light sentence was  imposed. This case vjll show that no  matter how slightly a girl is insulted in  this district, the offence cannot go unpunished, * '  rrj*. _  ,,  firi*i  aA  ��������� ^  $525.40  Expenses���������  Prizes for sports    $158.50  Wrlto tho O. O. S.,  Oranbrook, for  prices oa furniture nnd rugs.  Baseball (both teams)     ....  Band and Expenses      Sundry expouBOB,  telegrams,  oto ;   ������ .,_ '  uiuuuuo     ���������   Advertising, printing, oto   Loss on fruit exhibit   175.00  101.25  10.80  G1.50  84.50  6 50  IMMI  Creston Lumber  acturing Co. Ltd.  Complete    Stock   of  ROUGH   and  PRESSED  L.UMBER  .wmmemom  ummmoammm  uu  s$508.05  manner that would be the envy of many  "boos'ter" ediiors-of boom towns- in the  W6BC."     "  -1  y "   ��������� t  Mr, O. M. O'Brien, M.L.A., was not  very fortunate in the date of his address  under the ausp'ces of the Socialist party  of Oanada, on l'uesday last. 'Owing to  there being a meeting of the Farmers'  Institution that same evening, there  was not a large audience au would otherwise have been the case. "'  *   '  Mr. O'Brien is a fluent speaker and  his address was an exposition upon the  usual lines of the principles of that  school of political thought which he represents. - We understand tbat this is the  first of a series of suoh meetings whioh  are to ho held in Oreston during' the  coming fall and winter months.  The Oreston Dramatic Club is about  to revive for tho winter months. This  olub figures on having a protty good sea?  son. Although tho club has loBt iti two  loading ladles by their leaving town: it  has hupdd o������ beiug able to seouie other  good talent, whioh will enable tho pro:  sentation this winter of eome first-obum  piftyo*   , ,  10:  /:  m\  QPirompt Attention Satisfaction Guaranteed  Let '-us 'xFigttte wUHyouonth^t Building  This Bhows 11 defioit of #13.61*., and  MdBWJ. Mead and Bovan woro appointed  a committee of two to ueouro this small  eum. Tho seoretary was instructed to  the Kootenay ^dUoy Nursery at Kaslo,  ro fruit trcon, to tho valno of $15, whioh  thoy had kindly offered to givo as a  jprltzo tit tho oolohration, hut whioh wont  astray on route to Oroaton f  Tho dotallotl accounts and aU receipts,  oto,, aro iu tho hands of tho proeidout  and hon. Boorotary and oan ho pornobd  hy any Bubnorlbor to tlio oolohration.  A vote of thanks was unanimously  poflsod to thoso outsldo and looal bnBl-  noss firms, as llstod abovo, who by thoir  generosity nnd interoBt ia tho district,  dlbplnyod In enoh a practical manner did  so muoh towards swolHng tho prlzo Hat  nud mwlclug tho colouration of 1010 a  ������������������aOOOM. . '"" '���������'';' -A'AAXyy  Boom in Creston Property  There has been a boom in town property in Creston during the past week.  The demand centered around Schofield  avenue.^ whioh will be the direct highway to the central gates of the new park  and many lots have been sold in this  portion of the townsite. The Oreston  Valley Investment Company are handling this section, and twenty-six lots  have been turned over, whilst tho demand still continues. Mr. O. P. Riel  has also been doing business in inside  real estate nnd reports a good volume of  inquiry from "live" people. Whilst  most of these sales have .been to looal  investors, there has been' considerable  investigation from outside point**, ond  with tho vast possibilities of the valloy  and the assured faturo of tho town ho  coming increasingly known, thero onn  he no doubt that oity proporty will continue to attract the favorablo attention  of investors.  Incendiary Charge Not Proven  Quite a sensation was created here  last Saturday, when one Richard Henderson, a well-known lumberjack, was  arrested on a charge of setting out a fire  contrary to the provisions of the "Bush  Fires Art." The charge was laid at the  instance of Mr. Paul A. Paulson, manager of the {International Lumber and  Mercantile Co.  The case was heard by Magistrate  Johnson and E. "Mallandaine, J.P., sitting as associate Justice. Mr. Paulson's  company own extensive timber limits 10  miles from Creston, and it was claimed  by the prosecution that considerable tim-  1 ,  her and poles had been burnt lately and  that the accused was suspected of knowing something about it. The witnesses  for the prosecution were Mr. Paulson  and his foreman, Chas. Springley, and a  section foreman, named Harry Rymell,  as well as Provincial Constable Gunn,  whilst the defence had a witness named --  John A Suiiivan, who was a partner of  the accused, ^Th^voyiden^i throughout \  threw, suspicion on the accused <, It also';  appeared that he aud his- partner 'had  trouuio some time ago with "SSx. Paulson ^  over a timber contract. Tbe magistrates,,  however, did not oonsider that the prosecution had made a case, and in consequence dismissed the oharge after giv- .,  ing the accused some good, sound advice. N  The disastrous timber fires whioh hare  devastated such an immense,acreage of  timber lands throughout the Kootenays,  this season, some of which leave every  appearanoe of having an incendiary origin, has awakened the authorities to the  soriousneas of the situation and every  instance thut points to ft fire having  been started intentionally in this distriot will ho thoroughly investigated.  Rubbor tiro collapsible go*oarts, $5,50  ���������O.O. S.  A supplementary meeting of the East  Kootonay Farmors* Institute will ho  hold in tho old schoolhouse on Saturday  tho 34thinst., at 7.80 pm. Business:  Tho hoarlng cf the committee on warehouse, the taking ordora for Hour, food,  hay and stumping powder. A fall at-  \ tondauoo is requoBted.  ���������  x-yXA:xXxyy.,.,..:yyy      .-*. AXyyy^  is week we have opened up seyeraj cases of Neyv Goods for the  BOX24  CBESTON, B.C.  YY;.  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'mm  AA'  XA  a,.; ."Ay  ;AXiX^A *Sa*r**'*>'rgiBBBBaBBMfBBI^3BsBg3SaB  ;:W������������^^  THE': GRESTON," SXT REYIE?Vf  Important Results Achieved by Earthquake Committee.  What  Has   Been Accomplished By  Years of Investigation.  (From Prof. T. A. Jaggar, Jun.'s, "Studying Earthquakes" in August Century.)  The Empire of Japan has taken tha.  lead in earthquake investigation, and to  this end has employed the most modern  methods and apparatus.   In June, 1892,  a body entitled the Skinsai Yobo Cho'-y  sakwai (literally a "committee for inve������y  tigatiug  the  prevention of  earthquake  disasters")  was organized.    The annual  appropriation has been between $12,000  and $14,000.    In    1904,    summarinzing  twelve years of work, Kikuchi, now president of the University of Kioto, writes:  "Ihe object of the committee is twofold:  in the first place to investigate."whether  there u���������. ...... menus of predicting earthquakes:-and in the second place to investigate what can be done to reduce ths  disastrous effects of earthquake shoeka  to a minimum, by the choice-of proper,  structures, materials., position,- etc.  The present earthquake committee  and its forernnner, the Seisniologieal  Society, have together been publishing  results ior twenty-nine years, issuing  in that time about fifty volumes iu  English and a greater number iu Japanese. The memoirs are carefully edited  and well illustrated. The published product is enormous as compared with the  appropriation. Kot one penny of remuneration has been paid to an author, the  money .all going for apparatus, expenses  and printing. The workers are Japanese professors, trained in England and  vre*m<\nj. ,.-....  The practical value of the Japanese  work is shown in many diagrams, arid  charts on the walls of the instrument  rooms. A map and calendar show that  for eastern Japan most of the earthquakes occur in summer, while in western Japan the quaking season is winter.  Another map shows, some districts immune, and others dangerous, with a, re-  ocrdo of a dozen disasters in the last  thousand years. Diagrams show that  earthouake frequency varies with the  barometer and with the intensity pi the ,  which is not intended to injure him, but  which will give an alarm. A loaded gun  i3 put in a field where hares are fed,  and a number 'of strings fastened to the  trigger are led in various directions  and secured to pegs. In driving the hares  the dog is almost certain to encounter  one of the strings, discharge the gun  and put the keepers on the alert.  When a keeper finds a number of  snares set he will put a dead hare or  rabbit in one, scratch up the ground  and leaves to make it appear that the  animal had struggled in a natural, conceal himself near by and take the prowler "in the act" when he next comes to  his snares.  The usual way of collecting pheasants  is for the poacher to provide himself  with a light gun, using a very small  charge, so that tbe report will be slight,  with which he kills the birds in the  trees in which they roost. Keepers,  therefore, make wooden decoys and  place them in trees located, from the  poacher's point of view, most conveniently and conceal themselves near by.  When the night prowler begins to,blaze  away at the decoys the keepers' rush  out and make .\ capture. The stealing  of pheasants' eggs is regarded in England as the most heinous form of  poaching and ejrsjers arc at times caught  by means of a decoy nest in which eggs  have been placed. When all else has  failed poachers are occasionally bagged  by means of marked hares or rabbits.  When such a marked pn'mal is found in  a game shop it is an easy matter to  trace it back to the man who or'giuallv  offered it for sale.  On more than one occasion it has  been proved that London game dealers  were operating as the confederates of  the professional poachers, who operated  boldly in gangs so large as to make the  efforts of the keepers futile.���������HaiperV  Weekly.   ���������* < ������        ��������� ...  PLAYTIME STORIES.  moon's attraction. Perret, the Amen  can observer, of Naples, has recently  used the moon's phases profitably as a  guide to probable earthquake dates. This  is an important line of investigation  leading toward prediction. Tables and  curves show the numerous Aiter-=hocks  of a great earthquake, and -the rate at  ���������which they diminish month by month.  A chart of the coast line of Japan shows  tidal waves since the fifth century, numerous on the east coast, absent on the  west. This becomes an invaluable datum  for engineers who have to construct  expensive public works and for the guidance of the earthquake committee in  the protection of a crowded populace.  A stimulating recent study by Omori indicates that ten great earthquakes re-  JACK'S J*-fi*.\ST.  Now, Jack was the groceryman's delivery horse. He was a big, fat, sleek,  black fellow and very proud was he of  his nice shiney coat. Like a great  many people he had the fault of too  much curiosity. He always wanted to  examine everything he could reach with  his velvety nose.  This day it happened that Jack on  his 'daily round stopped a short distance  behind another grocery wagon. In fact,  there were quite a number of horses  standing near. And Jack, to3sing his  head, proudly arched his neck as much*  as to say, "Just see me! I'm the prettiest horse here."  But in front stood this tsmptiug grocer's  cart  with  its  many  queer  saeka  land  mysterious  parcels,  svoh  a.-  Jack  GOULD CHILDREN ARE   "DiVORCE   ORPHANS.  WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE.  New York.���������What will become of the  Gould children, Helen Marga'ret, eight,  and Dorothy,* seven���������Margaret, who  resembles her father, Frank Gould,  and Dorothy, delfb image of the \van  beauty of her mother, Mrs. Helen  Kelly Gould���������now that Gould ha^  married an English actress and Mrs.  Gould the younsr sugar merchant,  Ealph Hill Thomas?  These two bright little creatures are  the pitiful pawns in a sordid game  of divorce and remarriage so tangled  that the sated public has lost track  in the ramifications of it.  It seems likely that the children will  be the cause of a bitter legal war  between the divorced and remarried  *father and the divorced and remarried mother.  The children were the only pure  spot in the Gould divorce ,case that  loaded the newspapers a year ago.  The judge's decree made an elaborate  disposition of the, children's time���������  the mother was to have them so many  days a year, the father so many^sthe  mother one Christmas, the father1 the  next-, and so on.*  Now the scheme has been upset by  both parents Temarrying.  > A big squad of detectives surround  ed the apartment house in Park avenue while the Gould-Thomas wedding waa in progress. The detectives  said they were employed by Frank  Gould to see that the children were  not taken to Europe with the Thomas  wedding tour.  On the other hand, it may be difficult for Frank Gould to 'begin legal  proceedings in tho United States because last winter he announced that  henceforth he would make France his  home.  Service in a breach of promise suit  begun by Bessie DeVoie a chorus  girl awaits Gould if he sets foot upon  American' soil.  A new factor,~"however, may intervene, and remove the children from  the tainted atmosphere of their parents' marital difficulties and j^iumphs.  The Gould family in Ameriea may  take the children from the parents. "  Helen and Dorothy are now staying with their aunt, Miss Helen  Gould, the philanthropist, at he*  country place at Irvington-on-the-  Hudson. It may be the Gould family  wiii force the marrying parents to renounce the children. In that case  they will probably be adopted by Miss  Helen Gould and made her heirs.  Lord  Curzon  Tabulates, the   .Reason  Why -Voto Should be Denied.    .  Lord Curzon has drawn up a leaflet for the Men's League, in England,  -giving fifteen* reasons against the  7grant of female suffrage, and this  leaflet is being extensively distributed  by the league. In brief these reasons  are:���������  1. Political  activity would tend to  take away women from her  proper  sphere.  2. It "would tend by the divisions  which it would introduce to  break up the harmony of the  home.  3. The grant of votes to women would  pavev the way to adult suffrage.  4. Women have not the calmness of  temperament for the training to  qualify them to exercise a  weighty judgment in noliticai  affairs.  5. The vote  is not desired by  the  __iarge majority of women.  6. xhe proposed change is not ap  proved by the large majority of  men.  7. If the vote were granted it is pro  bable that a large number of  women would not use it at all.  8. The presence of a large female fac  tor ia the constituencies returning a British Government to  power would tend to weaken  Great Britain in the estimation  of  foreign  powers.  xt would be gravely misunderstood, and would become a  source of weakness in India.  Women would demand the Tight  of becoming members of Parliament, Cabinet Ministers,  judges.  11. Woman, if placed by the vote on  an absolute equality with man,  would forfeit much of that "respect which has hitherto been  her chief protection.  12. The vote is not required for the  removal of hardships from  which woman is now known to  suffer.  13. Those persons ought not to make  laws who cannot join in enforcing them, i. e., becomo sailors,  soldiers,  or policemen.  14. The intellectual emancipation    is  proceeding without the enjoyment of the political franchise.  15. No precedent exists for giving wo  men, as a class, an active share  in the government of a great  country or empire.  ���������  ������������������    ���������   ������������������-  PLAYTIME STORIES.  of small shocks preceding the disaster  by several hours, and in some cases by  several days. Some of the records suggest rhythmic intervals, and a number  of (earthquakes in different parts of the  globe show similar intervals in their  fore-shocks. This all hints at the possibility of prediction.  All hinds arc earthquake lands. Those  which have many and small shocks are  hotter off  than those which have  few  and great ones.    The Carnegie Institution of Washington ahd some business  men (nud women) of Boston, Springfield  and Honolulu have recently appropriated money for the systematic study of  the  living earth.    This is  a beginning,  but it is not enough.   The next disaster  ot St. Pierre or Messina is now preparing.    The   earth to-di\y  is  writing  its  inflsoogc,   how   and   where   we   do  not  know, bnt surely some whore and some-  Ihow,   annotating   the   time,   place   and  vigor of its 'iction, whereby a great sea  ���������wave will roll Rhoreward, a great volcano burst, or a great block of earth  crust tumble.   Wc nre learning to read  the moHf-age?   Tcneriffe, Vesuvius, Etna  and tho volcanoes of the Caribbees will  again   break   forth   and  devastate   tho  land.;1 Calabria,  Oehtrnl   America   and  California will have strong earthquakes,  and bo will the Atlantic const of the  United State*.   The next great Atlantic  earthquake will  not  necessarily he at  Charleston.        v  a ��������������������� . .-- ���������  POACHERS' SNARES.  How the Game Preserves of England  Are   Protected.  Though the private gumo preserves' in  the Uuitt'd State* arc rapidly increasing  in number** and game brings a high  price in the market h, it will probably be  name time before poacher* becomo such  a ncrlou* problem as they are in Britain,  where poaching Is a vory ancient if not  honorable occupation and where a constant warfare, more or le** Hericms in  result--,, i* maintained ln*tw.-'<*n these  gentry and the gamekeepers.  Tin; signs aniwtiines soon on the  frinye of English woods. "Ik-wiiio of  man trap* aud spring guns!" may  frighten i)i������' h.ii-:i'l.���������'���������'��������� cot-V.wy ont on a  flur'dsiy. but tin* professional poachi'r  knows thut mail traps ������nd Hpring gun*  nro prohibited by law. He hon to hi*  on the wnU.li, however, for truiw which  will ut liJMt give liim n bad fall or a  ducking. A fence which lie it* elimblng  and luin olltnbod ninny thou* lwfor** limy  givo woy with a crnnh, or a plunk laid  ������onw*i������li*nlly ncroMt a ditch or stream  muv Iimvv boon sawed almost through.  A /tn*- 1ml htion*.' virr- Mri't"i>i1 noro**  * path ulKiut nighU'vn Inchon from lite  ftrourid :* a wrioim diiniri-r for tin'  poacher, ii* hi' mny htumblii "v/r it nud  flot n bud (nil, or worm- (dill hU dog  may encounter it when nmniiiK ill ful*.  *>(���������<������:    ;,;;.;���������     V...    rV\      .H'rT,f'H    I ft     t������V������������.      Witli'  our. hU dntr thn  poaehor In practically  hnrmlom, nnil  tin*  mo*i  oifi-div*  *..*>���������  of niiMlntf an ond In nonfiling In tn kill  or Injure tho In .client bc-nt.  Bom-HUne* * limp la act for the dog  CURING   OBESiTY.  corded  histrumentlly  all  gave evidence   Uad of^ n      t -nto Ws Qvfn wngon%  Now here s a good chance, he thought,  while the driver's away, to see what  these packages contain. Up wa'k6d*  fproud Jajck and sniffed and pushed  tilings about with his uoae. '  Here was a white sack, "l^uin. Smells  good. I'll tear the paper and see what'*  inside," reasoned Jack. "It's fine white  powdery stuff and tastes go;d."  But as he ate. some of the powder  kept getting up his nose, making him  sneeze and'blow tho powder all pbout.  When the driver came out Jack wondered why he looked at him and laughed. His own driver came just then and  scolded, and said he'was arUv.nwd to  drive such a queer-looking hone. l'oT  Jack had been eating flour ani now bis  black head and shoulders were all powdered white.  The men and passing children lunphcd  at him and Jack felt sure the other  horses smiled to themselves. He drooped his head, wishing he were home whore  he could hide in his stall. Never again  would ho be so inquisitive, ho decided.  Two-Minute Vaudeville.  (By Fred. Schncfer.)  Thud���������You'ro a long way from home  Wasn't it hard to' leave your family/"  Slap--Ycs, it was almost Impossible.  But 1 shook them, finally, near the do-  pot. ������������������..,...  Thudr-Do you Bend a letter to your  wife frequently**  Slap���������Certainly. Here's oho I sent  five times, but It always comes back  marcd,  "Not known at this address."  Thud���������GoodncHB alive; mnnl Maybe  she's left your homo?  Slap���������I hope *ho has���������I'll want a  placo to live in. I wonder what tho  children are doing now.  Thud ��������� I'm glad you have some  thought for thom. What were tlioy doing whcii you fame away?  Slap���������Oh, thoy woro enjoying thom-  nelvon. They woro playing round tlvo  well.  Tlmd���������Dm mo, I bono there's no  danger of thorn falling inl  Slnp���������None whatever���������wo don't uso  th*������ water to'drink.  Thud-���������So you don't know whothor  you've got u family now or not? Don't  you lone your pencil of mhult  Ship���������Oh, woll, if I do, my wlfo will  giv������i nio a pieoo ot' her mind whim I got  back.  Thud��������� Hurry, tako by advice, and  toloirrnph right away.  Ship���������All rluht. I boliovi* I will���������how  nin l u������k for $75 In leu words?  ������������������. ��������� "���������������������     Hoard   In   tho   Alcohol  Jar.  VSrut Tapeworm���������-Why, you look  utarvwl to doath.   WDhftt'm the oaufte of  HT  Fwonrt Top(*worm���������Hpllo work, Man  who hnd mo took nn a hookworm, nnd  tho hookworm made him ioo \u.ny la  ������������������id V,h mca.1.1.  Do,"*i nnd out���������the noaulck pa������������ong������  or'* dinner.  How the Physician Reduces the Flesh  of the Overstout.  The essential part of any treatment of  obesity   or adipose   tendency  is   based  upon a change of dietary habits in accordance with the priheiplas of nutrition-,  supported  by\ a  definite  regulation   o������  the muscular work  t'>    b?    performed.  These measures  should extend over  a  considerable period, or,A better still, be  permanently maintained. ��������� Actual ������������������obt*������-  ity cures," by whatever name thoy iriny  go, nro justii'ied only in cases of execs-  vsive  lipomatosis,   whore ythe  symptoms  imperatively demand, a rapid and gehi*i\  ou* dUciftigo of the orgV-inioni from the  fat ballast, andj further, where it inajV  appear indicated, to I remove the patient  from unfavorable domestic surroundings  and to  exert an educational influence  with a view to instituting an appropriate mode of life.  The method of treatment'must bu IcfS  to tho individual judgment of tho physician as to whether the case is one of nil.  montnry or constitutional lipomatosis.1  In alimentary oln'sily the most Import-  ant and unavoidable point is ivy'stomntic  undernutrition, reduction of tlio mitri-.  munt to n smaller quantity thnn tlint  to which the patient has been accustomed, always taking duo omv, however,  that tho organism will be supplied with  tho necessary.famouuk of ptotelda, in  this connection* I wish" to emphasize; par.  ticularly that the food limit for bbuflo  patiunts, at which the metabolic condition of tho body will bo maintained, la  considerably smaller thnn is normally  required for persons d������NUg u modoriito  amount of work, always provided that  satisfactory and the enrdiae function is  tlio condition of tho pationt is otherwise  only slightly impaired,  By a judlolous scloction of moat from  mammals, birds and fish, eggs, vegetables not rich In earbohyilriitoi*, fresh  fruit and bread (preferably toast oil)- In  wuall quantities it Is quite possible to  proviso a bill of faro whioh will satisfy  tiifrto, aatlatlon and tho caloric require  mcntH. Tho determination of quantity  and quality of tho (Hot as adapted'to  ouch individual case devolve* upon tlio  physician, giving duo eoiiMdoratlon to  habits of llfo, culinary IdioHyncraBios,  profmislonal piscnllarltlcs, <toolal condl*  liuim Jintl the jjciii-Yii! ^tntii of health.  In order to ri-gulato tho illot In di'tuil it  Ia nciwuimry to proscribe the exact quantity in total weight, or at lcnit to state  iho qunntlty in acoordnrico with woll  understood and common oxprosslonM,  such rt������ ono sswlobnck, ono roll, oto. Fur-  thonnoro, ohc������o pntlont* should ont par*  tnko of moro than throo regular *hcal������  a day and nothing In the lnlorvalin.   In  FARM NEWS  9.  10.  cardiac function is still satisfactory the  amount of liquids need not be ret*ricted  ���������is long as during meals only small quantities are taken. Strongly alcoholic or  sweet beverages should be avoided. Generally speaking, a glass of white or red  wine or of light boar may be conceded  by *.v.iy cf exception. r  .  Hand in hand with the dietary changes  which   are   to   effect  an   increased   tat  metabolism   must   go   bodily   exercises  which   will effectively   attack   the   fat  stores  of   the   organism.    Here should  be considered the patieht's general state  . of nutrition, liis foriner habits of rest  or movement, and particularly the condition of his heart, in'; ordei* to doter-  mine the proper .measure' of exercise in  'Oi.icV.ihdiv.dual case, which shonlu, '".Vow-  ever,  always be  kept below the functional capacity of the heart.. In.order  to avoid dyspnoea the performance' of  toxercisc  should'only gradually be  in-  oi eased and  be  interrupted by restful  pauses.    With this restriction,'patients  with alimentary adiposity may indulge  in rowing, swimming, horseback riding,  skating, lawn tennis. .��������� Bicycle ridina* is  permitted only to young people, and thon  only   in   moderation.���������Krom   tho   Post-  Graduate.  ������������������"������������������������ ���������  mm crop i9to.  A cablegrarp from International Agricultural Institute, Home, gives yield of  wheat crop estimated, July' 1st, as follows: Italy, 185,495,530 bushels, compared with 155,711,230 bushels las year;  Hungary, 202,096,455 bushels, compar-  to* ed with 125,303,287 last year; British*  India, 358,151,405 bushels, compared  with 284,314,778, last year; rtoumanin,  131,001,750 bushels compared with 59,-  043,045 last year; Japan winter wheats  20,779,715 bushels compared with total  winter and spring crop of 23,584,000  bushels last year. ^Condition - spring  wheat, * 128 compared with last spring  crop. Great Britain condition, 101, compared jwith 10 years' average.    ^  T. av. Boherty, Canadian correspondent of the International Institute of  Agriculture, Ottawa.  - Some gasoline accid-nt.illy spilled on a  bunch of weeds led to the discovery that"  gasoline is a sure destroyer of weeds,  and that only a alight application has to  be made in order to "effectively carry oue  the work  of weed  killing.  It is claimed that New York StateJia*  a higher percentage ������of farms operated  by the men who own them than any  other leading agricultural State.  Twenty thousand pounds of goat meat  is consumed in Brooklyn weekly now because of the high prices demanded for  beef, lamb, mutton and pork. It is selling at five or six cents a pound lower  than mutton and no effort is being made  to violate the law hy concealing -its  identity. Most of the goat meat is used  by the poprer classes, who say they like  it fully as well as Ihe higher priced  meats.  To/cure scaly legs in fowls, a ponltry-  nvi*vsuys he makes a strong decoction of  tobacco stems and places the feet and *  lvgs in it while as warm as can be  handled; holding them in for a minute or  two. i This has the advantage ovei* coal  oii or carbolic acid, in that Lt ke?ps the  legs from bleaching.  The nicvst profitable dairy cow is one  that has no tendency to put on flesh, ha3  a good appetite and a largo **omnch, in- .  dieating great eonsumln*; and***assimilat-  ing capacity. A cow with this conformation is said to-be fo the true dairy'type.'  While a mule costs i<*ss for keep and -  will do an immense amount of work, it,  must not be forgotten that the b?ood  mare will also do a great d^a* of work,,  and raise a colt every two years besides.  The mule's usefulness is confined to his  work. _      ���������'  The New Ydrk Legislature has been  a������kcd to pass a law to compel the sale  of eggs by weight instead of by number  and providing a fine of S3 for each violation. a  Judicious feeding does not imply ex,ees-  '  sive feeding.    A cow must be a hearty  enter to be a good producer.    Driving,  cows in a hurry is a money-losing operation.- -Increase the food as long as the -  flow of milk incroasas.   The more a oow   .  is exposed the less milk she will give. /  In feeding assimilation is the only true  measnre of value.   The rich quality of a  cow's milk is largely born with her. Milk  j secretion should not be greatly oncour--.,  aged before calving.   It is the milk from /  The   Modern  Spirit;  Thomas A. Edison, in illustration of,  modern enterprise and go, often quotes  a letter from a professional gamiilor,  says tho Minneapolis Journal,   y,     y.  This gambler, a real American In his  pushing, got thero spirit, wrote to Mr.  Edison i .."���������;'..  "Dear sir���������I dcslro to order a special  X*iny apparatus sultahlo for��������� playing  faro. Sumo would bo Invisibly attached to spectacles, and should cndhlo mc  to toll the second card In a pack turned foco up. . Ploaso . Bond ostiniato for  above. If It Is a success, will pay y5u  $2,1500 gratuity' ovor nnd above cost  prico, at ond of first year. Will expect  you to observe strictest soorooy. Awaiting your reply, IWdlium Flush.  "P. S.���������If you can't oxocuto  above  order, ploaso sond mo Prof. Roentgen's  address.���������F. F." ������������������������������������'���������"       ���������'���������������' ���������. * ������������������  Dig Guns.  Lord Kitchener, at one of the dinners  tendered ldm in Now York, apologized  for his want of oloquonoo.  "1 can't 'wpoak; thnt Is why I don't,"  ho said. "I think it in hotter to keep  nlh'iit than to put you to sloop.  "Tho officers of tlio British army aro  noted for thoir Inability to make a public Bpooch. Whonovor an officer Is fooh  IhIi enough to iIho to answer a toast tha  gunstH say to ono another significantly  ns ho sits downi  *' -Woll, you know, tho bigger the gun  patient* wiih ullmontary ohi'slty whnsn'-'tho bigger tho bore.*"  LOCKED   IN.  Mrs. Bee had been giving her children advice about gathering    honey. |-Jhe fresh cow that produee3*'the most'  They had been cautioned not to go  further than Big Meadow, and above  all things not to stay "late.  Buzz-Wing w&s more venturesome  than hia brothers and eisters. Also  he was inclined to he naughty, I fear.  He had gone as far as the pink clover  paich in Big Meadow, but none of  the flowers seemed to auit.' He -wantr  ed to try new fields; He flew to the  hedge by the 'A fence' and peeped  through; There: was an orchard, and  just beyond, a, pretty white house  like Buzz-^i^g'ayhome, only many  times^ larger. - AyA-'V  "Oh, I just must go over thero,"  exclaimed the venturesome bee.  "Not NO!"  chorused hia   brothers!  andsisterB., "Mother told us not to!"  But: Biizz-Wings was stubborn; and  away-heVtlew to see what the white  hbueo waB like. "A  "���������' He peeped in the door and saw a*  woman putting sweet-smelling white  stuff on a cake.   , ,        ,^ V '  "Buzz-uzz," sang he, "I'll taste it."  But.the woman hit him' with her  apron* and in a great hasto he flew  away.   All the morning he flew about  tho yard.   At last he spied aA beautiful flowers, so down in itv ho crept.  His pollen Backs woro getting heavy  ���������besides it was cool in. tho heart oi  tho flower, bo ho wont to sleeps  When he awoke tho door wob closed  and ho was a prisoner;*'���������< Loudly ho  buzzed for   hia   mamma,    but   eho  thought ho was lost.-y ���������"*;>���������'���������  Noxt morning  tho  flower's petals  oponod  again and   .poor,    naughty,  frightened  BuMi-Wings   flow  quickly  homo,   His  mamma,  aftor  listening  to his story, told Wm lve must havo  beon locked*   in a    morning   glory.  That was^ono o! tho reasons aho had  not warned him to go further than  Big Moadow whoro it was safe for  Httlo-bflOa to roam. .  ���������il' T ' "'   ��������� " '���������' "  "ir    ���������   -   i   ii_niimii������M*i������ T" ~"T"  IMI II "#!���������������������������  AXLE GREASE  It the turning-point to economy  In Weir snd tear of wanona. Try  |-_l. ^_^.. jjjj ���������jg   -���������    ^-  .   . _j.ii       a box. Every dealer everywhere, r  ES*'���������' B !l :%if IPIBl the ImperialOIICo-.Ltd.  ���������'- ���������������������������- "��������� y  Remarkable  Rnlnt.  : Tho rains of last Novombor in Jam  alca woro among the moot remarkable'  ever recorded In any part of the world.  Official returns nt hand show that tho  maximum rainfall occurred, at mouti-  ,tahi stations In'the oastorn part of the  island, viz., 1.15 inches in 0 days at fill-  v6r Hill, with a maximum daily fallVof  30.50 inches or. tho 0th, and 120.87  inches iu 16* days at..Farm JUH. These  figures nro compnrnblo with tho fanw  ous downpours at OierrapunJI, India,  worn 41 InohoH hnvo Iwon moasurod In a  day and 114 Inches in fivo .days. The  Jamaica rains caused disastrous floods  and' landnlldflr", attended by loss of  life and proporty . .  "...;,.'.  ^ 4i������'  " " "-'  Patera In the Majority.  Tlio late John R. K������.������t wi������ nt one Unto  elected to tho Indiana Legislature on tho  tariff imue. ��������� ���������      ���������  In ono of his campaign spooohos ho  sladi 'fFo)low cltlwni, the fact is, thie  tariff la nothing moro than a question  1������f tftbhlnff Toter th *pay Paul.' and I  want to tell you right here that, tawa  a Wamwi **i������U moiu t'uUv* War. !*au!3  la thia country."  pcifect flavor.  The .Jersey ciaer apple, under ordinnry ,  conditions, will not keep later than Octo- \  her. and is but an indifferent fruit at the  best, both as to quality and appearance.  Apples  moy be  fed  to  any  kind  of  stock and when properly fed are an excellent  food,; in   chemical. compositional  equal to roots.   Thcy''.contaih';'Vmo^  niatt'cr.-.ttian mahgels^^  or heating value,��������� butA;onlyAone>thlrd^^y  Vinuch''.p'.tVog>nous.''m^  value pcr^tonVof'���������'���������groonyappleiAisA!|2.op;yA  $10,12. Apple,pomacia::^from presses'Avherovjl  apple ���������p6ma^,:'$2^6V'';'"cbrn''Mlag  mangel   whrtzols^^l;52;Vm  strawisiribi Vused is a '."gO'o.d teed.   If putXI  iiisilos and allowed-to heat lip to 80 dc,v|  grecs boforoAbeing.Covered, its .acidity  is arrested arid cows becomo very fond of  It.   Begin ^itliaboutyone pound of poniH i  ace to a feed) putting ineal on it to gotvl  tho ooWs "started; -which may bo gradu^lj  ally increased ;to fivo or ton pounds per,,-  dny,  A cow; will oat about a ton of pem|A  ace during 'winter. . yA.A .A  ,'ATho apple has come to bo.'a1'standard:  agricultural product, both for home;:coiiV>.^  sumption and foreign .markets, and   tlif)-]  applo dealers commence early hi tlio'���������'.sea-i- j  son iind canvass "the fipplo' sootlohs froih/J  month to month, making careful c4tlV:,|  mates until.apple picking, wlmn thoy liro j  porfectly po������tcid on' tho  qimnEity  and;j  quality of tho crop aswoll as to foriilgiV|  demand'.7 This should bo and mtght Abo.  as thoroughly .understood by tho well;  rood orohardlst as by tho" dealer,, ai\dl.j  whim thi* part of tho business Is:.undor?j  stood tho orohardlst can put iirprlp^ on]  his fruit, as well as to wait,16V tliii'd^l^  or to mako a quotation for;Jilm.y^^  ..��������� Wheat, -corn iind btliorycvopH ��������� ar6r:������������ol  moro ��������� ipinrovo'd' by rotation;; than Vhay;  ���������The y Minnesota-"', flxporlmont,: Station  'ahb'yre that a :plot;cb,htlriiion������ly cut for'  buy tho past 10 years'���������haa given an avor.  age ylold of IJ3 tonu por aero, while uj  plot 'underv a thrdi* 'years* rotation or  wheat, clovorAaiul'cbrii hay'^ms yloldci  tlio pant 10VycaiB an avorngo of 2.0 ton'i  per noro.    In a fl'yo.yonr rotation' oi  wheat,,timothy anil olovor, posture, ont;  nnd oomi tho'hay has'yloldod an nvrtram  of D.O ton" por aoro slnco 11100.   Elgin  tons bt manure por noro woro applklj  nnon In fivo years on tho fivo������yoar,vot,a  tion plots. Tluuo is money in mauuro  Tho best tree to order, ovory thing con'  nldorod, te a young, vigorous whip ahou?  five fcot high. Such a treo Is protty-ainjl  to Ilvo and grow without a sothaok; any  It may* ho out off at whatever height tM|  n  owner wishes the head to start.   i <f ������ 4>, '-,���������..,,- .Wi  RAINY DAY   PHILOSOPHV".  (Atlanta Oonatltntlon.)      *  "Cheer up," somoono naid to \ IJiolh.  ������lokoy, "Tho rain falls allko on thoju^  and tho, unjust," ,   i  , "Yea," he; aaid, "hut do onjeat ia !c  lua got a nmhrellftr, an' do luat man gl  do aoaklnV  1  -Of MflM*. tha oonifiiafttloiii 1att������r.fe4<  tier atloki to tU# poat otdttty..  \ srlf-t^W*  .-*. ;t ������������������  i:M\>. ���������:,*,-*���������:  \t. i-I. WMM&Mm^lMMM  V:*Y  lii  m  ������ili!������^  yy^-r^  JuU-UJlJBTPImi  Sne*;  am������  AhlydeatHelen^.'ybu'afeAtob ;gbbd!'*:;  y-S.^^id;^^  A A Vy bay things Varb^w  x>. X A. Nothing yi's^'chari^^  : . ysaM H^en;;^  yAVytb':;us-^Fraiilc "aiid ���������: in^A^ndVtho.y Cliff or ds;  V Ay ^*x?ept Athaty^hi^ (draws yus   all  t  XyA;jlbbei:yto:Aybu.yy Vy '^rpmiaey; meiV'yybu'' .will.  A-Ajwm6Vback:with7;US.Vy:Yy;yyAY;V: V":V"V'' '��������� V:yyV'y.  VVAyyV;,"Helen;r;T  yVyiiaidymubl^  ;'YyA^Iy bannbtAyprpmis^^  Vy. V eitherj':'I may be^:;wahtedy'iycould hot  yr Vy promises';?; eyen^  AyxxX" 'Ouglit'Ajs 'V*hbt;ytheA;questipivydcar.  yy:.y-Vy Wiltyyouyeome/V then yVOr~later,Aif: you'  ���������A y sa^uVjgbr fibd. it to "yourconvenience?" Ay  yyyA yy A;sudden thought flashed.'acr.bM.^GhiriST.'  "yAyiyt^  A-.y yp:|M-r .^ Orde. iii^  yyYFalpphe^  yy'iAAHU^wasvbnly"twenty---^iles7 frorn*;6rass^.  Yy VyElo>vdoni aiid Bhe iwould thus lie "near; her  yf y V Vhitsband,V and if there V was any danger  AyYyyjh^V^uldyhetrt'ybf ityquickly.yyy.y yyyA,.  AAA '^eywavered^andVHelen Addison seized  yyy,yyhi^^adyantage.YVVAyVV'Ay1yyyYAVyV7V;A;yiy. y yyy  :-y-:y" ������vyhbA hesita^  Ay:': A*Surrerider AatSdiscretiohlV   A^YouAwilV  Ay'. A 5biab,'if;you pos������iblyybah'?''y'A :A/AiY'AV.A..  ;:yYV���������Yyjfr;y amAjbeateh; -Helen,"  she said, un-  :;yYyyiti^<hl;y;AV^  YyyykuridtiessyifA^^  :;; yVAyAIVtajbr '���������;. Addison A all.'fyy XX ������������������yy.-yi';*:  ���������VY;yA%Ifyi;'m^  vV"V;V'y:;^  ������������������yyterA emphasis, V "wheh^siich  a yAgirl V as  AyA*yV'tMi*bbb'.;hblds;''itfc  '^^VigfcB^l^  ������;��������� A; againVin-' & hurr^Vy^oUahoidd haye 3een;  " '"''"- lbokXherV unclpygave .her!  when Ih*.".Clifford' aridAi,ifimieAtomby!A;tbi:  jSjiiyA^good-^ye/' bpffiyth^^tiChn&tin^  slp'oke^'ilil^  Vcnced *:eyesA;sespecially rHw*ytl^AsigiU!������^fV  de^peii������i';ytrouble inr'iAy.hey'^aiatiffil^'ft^v  ���������that;: could Anbt'; be;': concealed ;y itVfl^iihy  yih*jA:vel^t;ydark.yeyeis;yb^^  pain'-al&utythb.' sensitive, resolute mpu|hjA  ::"; ''ThisVVwpn'tydo,  my yddar/'Ysaid#:hbj|  VbheA  5  Heaytth!  lphpuldn*'ty like? siibh 1 aV look f romyhimti  ^A^  AirS^.Mauf;wili^  y please twenty, sir'.. Ordes^ or for 'twenty  '-'���������Alorliunes^or.'Vhe'ywoh't I    I'd. take bare  -^'������^!dii^;-nc^';feithery!-������?'..y;yVv^yv  '^^^-v7;;��������� ;yA���������  Y^Humbr and Pathos, Cohiedyy and Tra-  Y'ijbdy, in band-clasp apainY ; There, stood  : tlie man's iwi'feyhAaringVthe;-;9pe'echV'..smil-:.  y u^  VypgOr^'acliin^-heailtiAVyy'. ��������� Ayy.y yYy. 'y-yyyy;  A^No."8hOV sai^ quietly,  ,'^ie   flirted,  A'���������������������������pflt sheAcpuld scardely attract; St. Maur's  ���������^ahcyybeybnd that. ; IS your brother in  yvts^^iy'V^  Y ;yy';'|H^Vjyh*kedly '���������youV.���������aid;thatl.^..Yes,:.  Vyy^yi^iaiVVrbuteyfor  'Alpliffords V'gbA';. therieyV; H^  ^^i-ypo'|.j)i,bc.t.b"r-^yVe  ^AAAWSAy^ec'tytby^  ' X0:0^Y*<j^Xj3ieaTyMimi-^then;;;Isthink^h^Ai3*  |fe3ycAtj2afe  '0XAXMvngionMi'Iy shallAhearYinbrbAof it' sbbri; ���������  f ������^J||n������.fapuDt.?y|ryyyy; ';':"';���������;A:AxxY:A.xYy:yrY-yy  ^���������-^���������v-1:.l^  Ma^^heipi^yw^gp" ibtb AKbht^ yyXXXy  ���������^yS&eX kissedyrhery fondlyAAahd Atbok; hef  ' '''li^eyYYXAyYyyxXbyyy^yxyxx;'.xxyyjfi  ''CTL^TE^^XJOX; Vy Yyyyyy:y  T>bn'tV tellVhie agaih'ybirywillhO'fc^bme'  AforyiyhaveAcomev.to;-ta  meV ^abroad. ���������:���������' Hush 1 V������.nb Vi rof usal"---f or.'.; -a.'  moznoUty 5Ms:V lips^-yst  'words yoii. yher^'*fbrA ;i;AhaveAygb^i7:you������  my Adarling, A and% Vwillyiibty let; ybu go.  ^HowyAybur ��������� -heart A:beats;A:; Vy and' Ay,;throbs  against ymihO;AahdyAyb^Aaib:y*  soiAdearestl" -yAv; V-Vy V A-A'" ��������� A-yA' ;AV -.VAVvAA       .  Vy y^"ypu-r-iybn tlighte11 VmeifPalfrf^i'^pity;  - let ;Vmei;!'gbi.;''.- 'AaxA xy ��������� AyV Ay;, y;. ;y, y.y.y,.x-x  AvA:"N<rt:yyet;v'!^hbV^id';y?',llibAst^  ; arms Aand. hear yine V y.We V cahylivoyaBroad  Vwherevcry' yoiiS- choosey Yy Noy (shadbwVVbf ���������'  ���������^amb/',shall;y'^uch'!;;'im  Ibngy ago ;-y andy hbVVwhisper yshall:yreach'^  niy;":,ub^le:yin^Jiistl^tte;''w  frbEayours^ybsVilongyasyyhe'VliW  wlllVicbs'w W bey^  youvcOTne back to inO^yl cahi^T ���������will,y\vith:  :yOuV.;atV;:myy side:;*!y'V yA':'A. X. Xy AAA Y'. 'AX.  yy y'ifFalcpiieriyit A is y*\\y any .uttery'fallacy',"  aifo^sAparadise.*���������as; youyknow Awell in  calmerAymomentsY ;I Vkhow ymyBelfV arid  'you'i'V iamd yif Vthereywere; hothingVelse; tiie  horrible monotony of A such an/existence  ytbyus7* VsoAesseiitiaUyy;citizens.yp^  A^<brid;Av;;woail4Vym^denV^  ;;an^.;'.A;NothingJVis*V''a^  7pbsitJony'siiiceyI7-'^b^A;^Aycnyat^  ichambers. Pale; VaU ythatyylysaidy then  holds7 good; nbw^ andAvoii saw itV-plairi-  ''^m'AYAXAAxAyy-yyyyyy^y;g:  yY^fNever, ;myyheart," he said,y between  his'yteethiyVneyer; ;inyV heart ly^uVsl^  .'refuseyAthen?yVyy'AVAAA*;V'-. y y''V.y-; V;yVyy,'AAAV:':"  y^'Yes^yVy'for tyour y: sake-rrfor Ythe yrsake ',  VofAb^l^y.'vi*hble7V:futl^l^;ty^;^  /yV'-'StiVyMaurVputyher^from^him  and!^alkedyfctoprV; five timesythroi^fh  thercbini ttohstopl^  y^IVhayo  StrivenV againstythis demon;  '��������� or'vyoiiir sake.y^m ;t^; 'paesinate; lbvbyrl:  jear you, tpAwiirybu'I)ack.yI  : lipiVturfygambling,���������'>as I ^d;VybuVa;t V^st  "BWlfAbut VtaVvMy'reveii^  partial defeat;^ they^emonV has-: driven  shbVbnyat"ill the otheryplay sinceVthen.  Its fierce "grip; fbitAresistlfiss.vVI am dbiBr-  perate^ reckless* y IVhiyeJ'lost:,^heayilyA'in7  the hope ofAwinhingytb cle^ythat debtj  VandVi will dpAitVjImustA^A on tilll  gain  those Atibusandsy which-yahall ABetV  mb free tbAclaimAm^  wbalthyto which; iAamyheirj if yityirrast;  he. IV hayeVgofcAgold Vstill. -I'll ykeepyiiny  ���������word to ybu, and7, nottstake moreVthan  iVcanyineet; or Vraise, but Imiist^V  ;am;A going ytb^ntibrrowyt  I. yEyeryy %wild*yfeyesedyWoid;Vwas'-';. bsy a7.  ^bgger; inAthatVwoniaii's passibnatb^riby^  ing: heart7;'-every rwbrd'y aybfiiel; tbmptiai  tionytbyyieldytb^.that.agonized yearning,!  shakingVyhisA head;y"it;i wbn'ty.db^AGhr^s   ycm;Athaty;iiyypu|Varb  I bhall come and carry you straight  : ���������'!: homeyagam >7 sha'n't A "aslc--: V������3i^ajrtel;?''y  u.:'U:n^V!AxYyyYX7:YX -'YxY'- AAyyyy^X������XA  .^���������SH^s-g^y^E^  ARTS.  tihe. ; ahd'AXA'warn  ill I  off  yoii know 1  ;Mrs.;|Brringtbn7^iniled;' f aintly^^|||;;  V A'l aS|nbtAill;A;dbctor;V'butAifi;ySS|#e^  I- amy afraidy^y^;AvvoUld;A^  a tf-oirblesbme A batient^ and lie gl^Vyto  '^i:-i^'^l^mci^AA-Ay.-^AAxy}A0^X^^  ��������� ������-v:>.i:,'i,.i,iJ������' ^^i.iYvt:.-,:- ���������.-YYi.i������:_y-;j._-,i-^i  'aVysheV^ty|^lide;VhefA ,'"^thery'aiidyI;  W'ttiljlyhurse^ybu as -we ;didybbfdre.'''|-YAy  viykabw ybu 'would, my ^rlingjAbiit.  i lideed yoii must not bo the least anxious  VaboufcVmb.AV When Ado ybii; .leave;ytbwhi'  ���������'dc^tcr*^y^Y'yA":;''^',;'iyyy';V^.-  y "To-mc^bw, my7Vdear,?Va^  ..;the.AbeginhingApf V; OctoberA.;yBy '.'.';the't-byeV';  Vvrhbhii do yoii ,5thihkAt ?met tb-daypinA  ���������.Pi(iV-M^i??^yAr-yy;|Yyiy;Yy  'y V"t iVcannot.yg^^���������ainlessV it. was Alilajpr!  ^Addisbn^roiV'tlwy';.^  :;y;;.Vi'met,ASi^A^thiir! Channing^Vafid'^fei  'had.Aqui^p;a|jchatVVyhe:p^^y^  ;y^ferd^V^rOTtfY:Sta^fpi^^irei|^  ;fbrvtheyebntinpnt';ylmt^y^^  yto;hear;i&������^  th^Grass-Rbwdpny?m|hes-^eeii^  serious^A y Knowing ythb^old Ajgentleman:  even -then?  .;������}lft  yy^A;XI3^stihei'*ii^yi^  VV|*lrbmSh^;V|n^;iA;'d<^^cileA  "iwhat'Siiad.  AbebbsE  Aaty  hady;tbldjyhim  ^edi;yand;cwhyVfshbr;had}  ;bnceVAleftA-y;"Shbyin������*rely;  1  ;\  ly,X',  y ^.sta,ted- that shf hadV;refiwed-tbygiye any;  ;.VV teBjcplanati bny of A herVdariaestine-mbotihg.V  VvVl^br promise Vits^  i^^t^el^sjjip^^^^  ;AVAyiwSVbr^ab6ut"herf^tiK  Ayyvlil>e*^efy  7-yV;^hadAneyer;;beenyta'arricd^  yy^iytbn;;:Mbfley;V^heVsaidAhbthing'y;^  ���������'.'.'��������� -fA' Jr^opiv vtorturedAhe^rti/howitVia  y-yV^ythe; loyedV brie! YiCriuld i^shpylJeafythcAlongi  ;A| indefinite  BeparationythatVA' seemed; ytb  Y | V3trotch away'into; sbdarkVti future?   Oh  that' ciirse of play, ithatylbad: of debt,  thaty throw   honor Aitself as: iVfurtheiA  weijghtVihto the; scald7 agaliiist;!thcral "Aoh  the bitter truth -Vof ;Vwhat Silt- Maur haii  jaldl    What hbhestywbrk could possibly  | take tho place of the security giveii-ever'  , ii if ho qpuld:gi*st it? What but* thb equivb-  ���������| cab- chbncesiyof the gaming-table or tlie  I turf could do if?  | AShe^sat in the cornor of tbo sofii IV  evening after Helen's visit, wearing onf  heart and brain with thinking over all  this iri a thousand possible and laipus-  slble,' phaso������,: blind and deaf to outward  sight .'arid|:sbund. Sho wan albnb, desolate, aa In. those long six years of anguish,'* and Bho scarcely even heard ths  ropm-dpor open and cIobo, or a light Hop.  cross the carpets till some one knelt beside her, locked,her in his arms, and pns-  Bronatejy: kissed hor again and again.  "My ono  tVensure���������my heart's llfo!"  St.1'Mtturiwhisporodi as she clung to him,  startled,-breathless with tho suddon re-  vulslpn of ;fooUngs.A "Now Indeed you  I must come to your right shelter and pro.  I tcptloh, ior^ihy x*i)\ a'bt, that; fatal: Btop  Into tho moonlight, hasycost you such  hbme* aa yoir hoa*   You arn alone, and I  oaniiot-���������! oannbt leave you bo, tho more  for the, maddehlpg memory of tho pa.it,"  "Falooner, hush} not u word of that,  my (husband}, It Is long slniio repented of,  oxplatod, and forgiven.   An d I-���������~"  Ho Interrupted her with almost foyer-  ish vehemence, tlghtonlng hia clnap. ''���������  ���������Hpaaaawai  ,' ,'.," ' ,.'''V"''"'.'',".' ���������'��������� ���������;������������������ v <  ciiause 'tbat tlwplncr, -iia������iaaa' horse  iuto.a ������ound, hmUhy hoi������c, VfUUag  aad safer to do a'good day's trork.  tm't Ut a Opavla, Curb; Bptlnt,  ipralUfUlnitbonB or auy other "Mine.  n*i* Vi������#p yniir hone tn Hi* atabla.  ��������� Cur* it with  s  ^JVAV^IIrl^ . '    '  vll onran without  J*������vln������ ,������ .iMiar,  , WtmUU or wliU������h������lr������--b������fcaui������ltdo������a  ..���������eotbliatar.y.,.  '':''  'A hirt'iteite, 'ns., 'jvm* tm MM  MUavc h������an udtiir your X,lnlm������et fer  years and fludgt all tbat you reereaant.  tmt* not b������en without U loril>y������ar������."  OUOnOK OOftDOH.  ���������l.ahom������-������f<jr aj|. Kxc������11*������t for  ttOttSkhold um. flttld by all d������*l*r������.  Ask for frw hook "A Yraatlsa Ost th������  ItorstVerwrttaviafbreepy. IB  ���������m\[*mm*tm>u  H.HI.Ill^.im>lllWIIW.IHWl.M-...lll.lW..l.l||,|iMI|nMllMI B|imi|l||MMI.I.i  ���������Be*  Vy  .A..'.Yy.^-'  tmmiiitUL  ^:xt  ,1 ^ I.  'T.-yinMiiyv*/Yi^ackv't'* vo*1'** ������������������ :bHfe*  she A sawythat A jthb mah'sV spiili;  undisciplined, strugglingy ;^tweehy good  jand;,eyilt^<^Aaiidydespai^  i^;YSench-y  J^AaJbrisisApnA WHibh; ;hung! 'iitsVVwhpleAfu^,'  i;-.tuj������.j^it;;^aB\^  hand-to-hand V warf are A betwbeh;: the Vpos^  ': sipffi;^i*ipTOv;:i^'rythbA passibn;;;;bf Aplay-;'  |;^^fiifel^h'^'y������w^  ?maii|tiem^AtH^|^^  it^e^fiferce/^tfem^.^^  .iyattquiMedi^w^  yeffOrfctpy^^  yirei^yiits.yyictiiii^yasythe  Ap������r^tSyATallibsi^  VleopsVupVihiby lastyblaze, VbefbreV ^tVpetish-;  :^sy;^i^tiu*8;AiiiMAaV;fliBi^ypf  ;;dariwM/7;iC^ristia^;;'eaw^  ���������yieldyoneyiiich .;wpbid bb^^f^  ; that-yshe yiriUstA striked  ':blbw;':and' ,riskAits' rbboil^'A^Y'.yr,-y-:yA.yy.VAy  >y"Go;''.I thori!''; she; said.Aywithy a: lw  ���������and tone that mode the?rbdAWc^'BWpepV  tb;his bronzed cheekA .'.VI; Vthbygf^hler's  yrifb^ VbidAtlib gamblbrytake hisAill^gbt^  ytehAgbldVand ijiinjj ityoaytie cast ofya  die or thb turn of a painted "cord; and  when the fever of excitement is at its  worst,  and tho mad play,V whether in  gain or loss, is at thb highest, romember  that far away in this greatAcityAaAwp-,  moii waits alono for hbr prbdigal.Awrit-  tngyin ' letters  of  hlobd���������'A ^gambler's  wifo.lovbd loss than the glittering,, irias-  tprtyico .ythat, . like  the Ay Harpies������|db-;  grades all its touches.' " .AVy;A.y'AAyyv;A;';-V'-  ySho had striick tho blow how;A   sho(  hadbUriod the weapon to itsyhiltyih;the  man's voryyhoart's core, tooydeep to be  draggedyfrpm the quivering Wijiundythat  wos; numbed A at first, with tho., intensity  of thb. agony. Ho Btood lileo ojno poralyz-  ed; crushed; a deathly pallor on his,face  as slip burled^' hers, in the cushions    by  hor, his livid lips sot, his hand clinched till tho .bloody almost sta^tod under  tho -uail's. Outwal'tllyABtiilupss, bub within a chaos of passions and torture, "the  stern, pitiless V ybico of bonscionoo    that  cried aloud; and,;would not -ho silenced,  An awful, sbnsb of blanks of something  lost-���������lbvod losB than the master-vice���������  o agmblor'B wifo; tho bittbrnoss of  truth, of ^se.lf-reproach, of ; solf-sJoorn,  and of hers, fprcod their way into hia  soul, stinging him liko. scorpions. Ho  Vwas dazed, maddened;y- ;y  "You bid mo go from you and gam-  bio," he said, so hoarsely that it bCa.i-co-  ly Boomod tho same voloo aho know.  A"You send mo bock to Monto Cn-iflo  with * words that aro, worse than death I  Do I nood driving to; desperation.' and  despair, that you almost toll mo I have  lost your lovo anoV you your 'faith in  .rmlnoK.-v'V .���������.'���������'.',' '  lVyOhriatlrio*o very heart stood still in  its agony; &ho scarcely dared to ; move  or7 speak lest Bho should brook quite  dowy and perchance undo what sho had  Just dono j. and yot ono softor touch she  must give; she;saw that instantly; she  could not, muftt not, lot him go quite  like this, attd sheilifted horsolf--lifted  tho groat dork oyee full of bitter tears  that would hot bp quite suppressed, to  his. :    -.-"'A ..,''...,, ',-'"'- y,,;, .y..,. ��������� .,���������:' y' I ������������������'  ''No, tioi Olii Falcotibr, novbr either'  you must know���������-noVor ih tho wildest  moment think that my love or faith'Ui  youra has failed, but only remember all  my worda."  ' "'������������������������������������'X'Xy. ���������������������������,'.'���������  ''Scathing words," he eaid, hoarsely,  "that ere burning Into' mb like rcd������hot  Iron. Thoro la no fear of my forgetting  them whon I'm gono,    Good-byo."-;.;  Her strength was almost apont, hut  'she whlaporod tho worda, "Au rovoir,"  as he turned  away. y  Tho next moineut ho had uwung round  and caught her pnsslonatnly to hie  breant.  "I cannot port liko that���������I cannot!  My   darling   tnla-~tliU at  loaat!" '  One closo klaa on her lips and eho  was put baok; tho door shut; alio waa  nlene wkh her bitter anguiah.  ' VWhAt w������������*?������'r ���������fiirt*, a day nr two latof,  '���������'''(...!>.'  ,',-��������������� V. J'  ply        yhe!'heyerydreamed.'.;-y''-y.yyy:y'yYy'y.yvyyyy.y  x V ,'<ies," y ^e A'said;7''"th^'m^  VbutyaAmpnthA'aireadyyytb'^ly^  thbniAVthat y MrAVrSt.;;y Mai^s'''v:^in%S1theiSe'f  '^MXia^sa^yyAAlyXykX^AAXAXX^AM'  ������������������Vy'^Weli/y;'-yes;y8pyf ar^heiyi^S'lefty^yesrV  terday. y ItVVsbems ythatyhbwytfeyY&>^  ;had th^impudeiibeA tp? add M(^mahidyfbrV  At^.-'Vdisimssal'ypfV-.'.tte;fm  ; away ill) Vfor Some A TCr^gTOundJes|,;cpmH  plaints, A theAVtruthVbeii^ith^  .sacked ySomeAibfyithbseyagitatore -^yhbmV  Ahe;" hiad discoveredV in; unfaiiy .Vdeatling^i7  But ���������"heywbn'tvic^  iiingVsaid, andy certainly hotAth^Ad^ring;  fellow Sty Maur,Awhpjyit sebms, metV theV  men at; a VveryiV stormy;^meetih^vyohyihia;;  uhcle'sy^hsi^f :^^  ou^ tihatythbir.:^  ragepiis to^be entertahiedyipj^a^onifihfe!  - in' the yidepressed- '��������� stiateVfpf A'the^markprti A  that?tl^;^wbre: being swayedVbyyayfewA  demagbgubisV=-A isbcialista--rwhp,i;jfor A their  pwniAend,ywere .'���������/;'settiiagV-Vthemyrr*i^*ihst*i'  their Ambste^  :StruggleV :tb|'Ath������r-.;Ibs8 AA V ;^>;tp&y'/the*a''  that Athe manager should pnVnbyibcbUnt;  IibAdismisSed; Vftt^  ^"p������ycent.7V;jgiveh;byA7MrA,V;Prde.y  ;shouted':>^yyy-.{yyy';Yy#K:,v^s^^^^  A;������'7*He'd'^givexVy-.if you'd let; him-V^it's  '.���������^V7ybury;dpingi'yyAA:;yA>yyyVs  ;7;A''V'Yes,yityis;*A^ays;-VSt;A'MaUr,:-^^  Mis ya ycucumber   (Chaiming���������;. -t^sVpnyVthe:  Vplatibrrh);A^if: he needbdAany persl^um  >Vm, theAmairVto;VdbAit'!,;A -Vy.-       A XAyXyX  ���������S-'.'Be'Vi'wduld"--^^;'?'^  '3>liMtVMrS.prdP^tii^u^  j give ;V them V'iyj&ryewiti y advance'-yif "''���������  iVreturned tpiiWP3^^ inA^mpathi'bat  yhb; ^uld';;16^^ut;;hi^iiytheyy ������������ine ybac  '������S;'tlfe;;pi^4iiift'jrii^e^ftV^S ....  iiijW;-miii'es*v������^  y Av^T^y^a^;St^M^r|aU ?$% saidj  ^hristine,A:herV;;b^s;Vspi^lini^  itibt ybe VintimidatedijbrAyfi^ghten^. ������Werbv  ;thfiyvyVlolent?'^;;^Jy.;.���������yiyyy^;y^y.i:*;^r;;;;yyy,^���������;..y-y--���������;;^  lAyfybryyii*arVitiy'y;bu^  vbisse's and grpans, aiid a??^^geVthat?cbim8^  \tWjVVhpj^iri'**jy"'Ab'nly^  are7VfuribusyajgaihstiAiSt^,3^  bause* they-think;y(ti*uly^^  that^helpckput^tb^  ;''Andy hey will ,be Dracpnic-^ightty!!?  7said;VFaibbr^r's;:^wifjpAVV^  "think" ilr������7':men''wiii:^ccpt;;^liO '  so'nable���������-nayj.y generbus^^bmprpmise ?"y  .-.'  *!!H'm 1 very'doubtf\}\," ans-yiVer^ Clif-V  foj^yV^'Ighorant A bbStinacyy'Aand ugly  temper are generrally; helplessly AAstupid:  until starvca out likbVah aiiimaUy As to  St.; Jiaur, X believe, lib would Bbpner bo  iriiined than  givo ihA   "Certainly,  says;  .'Channing, there inay. be ah ligly ^usIuobs  before it's ended;   ythoy'royaVyiterrlblo  rough lotj and'������������������Mr. Orde has I fairly put;1  the battle into '.vst. Maur's hands���������thoir;  master, 'bnbAday���������^sbi it's 'tisA well thpy^  should sec at onco what stuff he is mado  ���������qlti Y.A{X,yyX.yyAx-XXxrXxyYXy ;,;..  . .".>': ������������������'���������  V ;"Yes; and tliey bah not easily mistake;  that!'.', said;Christine, with proudly,  throbbing heart,. "Is Mr. Orde at 'Grass-'-  "Kbwdon' stillV'^'yVy;:;';":-':.7 y^-.yx. ���������������������������-x---x  "No; but: ho. isi not lar off.���������������������������-��������� Channing  says ho; goes ��������� to-day to some .placo with-'  in easy reach, ^t. Maur has gone abroad;*  1 don't know whoro." AyyV V.  Mrs. Errington could bavo told him  wtK-AnrfiiY������;  '/;yyy||El|'|^  have, on hand 'thirty.  '"Wi���������  ; enA- ih; exchange.; pn'yHei^tzman J& ACp^s|;5|;|gi^%  iib3,,,whicb'we,;-mustAsbu}TCgb^  sV to make room ��������� inVoiir.-istbreiy'-^erwy^w^SSSSSifi  VViWe  Ataken  'piaiibs,  ;ip������Sy tpmake rooin inVourystbre. ���������-.. .,������������������*/y'WY;;^1;������;^^  instrument ������������������'. hasy;-oeen: yj^raiagb^^  /.ha^bdiyandVis'-'guarantebdyf^^  AohdVAifuU - amount ''willy-bey;aUowe74|pih������^|������fSg������^&  Vclj^ngel'V The prices:rca^fto^y^.Jittl'I^^S^^  Vfbr'Asuchywell-toowhymakesA^  ;Dbmmion, Kara, Usbri^ei':G^d^ip^Ma'||t:V^||^  V'BelliA; This-is'your chabceVto;7saveAmbne^v;������^   '"���������"'���������'   : " ���������*���������������������������������-'-���������---"--"���������-���������--���������  ������������������ t---':i,^:^fM;AM3$m  yxxy, Y X. 'XXXyJ^^^00a0000MaS^S  ;wentAbut;'fishihg^ipacteed7;bh'yt^  of A'the A McOTis7.7 canaliY aiidoyS't'^^  dahblingV.VatbundV:with'AhisVylih������  . hpplc0nythe V wateryvwh^nV^;^  ;'caj^vblbhgA;;VAy;;'yAyVyyy;A-Yiy  'iiK'JsTitz' ;tho*ught ;heV wbiildy nayeV 'aAlitweV^^gVVEfpK  fuh: with TbmskiiV"uHeV ici^tyupVbeKihdi;fiS|f|#f|^  ;hirh; and ,:gavb:iiim iva^ipishvtlj^'landedi^  theV' fishermanv iiiv thbycanalVy; t y A yyy XAXA ������Mfzi&M&  'Xx Just A as A hb:: ^struck' Atho V 'waiteT^SyhigVVAVyV|;l|;p|  ���������^ly;-:caiho;.'-;.-Tip^:?''tb.:vm  ���������.Tpmskii^aphediVthe.-^e^  i-with-=;ohe '��������� hand;Aajiiiv-BnatchedA-a^'-tli&^  ,fish;;Iiso'.VwiffiV;.i^0;yptKbrAyii^t;yI^  drowningAman grahhihg;-atyayVstrawv  .OfVcburseYiTbmskiy^lmew-yy^^  cbuldn'tApullAhimselfV-b^VbyVaAfil^  'ISlAlA   .-   Alnt..-   linn;     k������.l:     1. ������..~W������������T\Kflrt   :    i������������fr  !-\.,>:::ir-:������ t  7y;AhnyVAThbr^Sixteeife%^  '. ago; ;-;'*i;^ni(^fci^-|ii^ ;  :playinif'^thV?h^^ha^'';^M  ;y4'G������ye������^  ���������^^^^0:^^n^;AXX;A;AAAAA;y^y.  V The baby VfhsgersA wbiild select/ ;the  desifedi bipbkufrbhi Vthe pile ;p;f/."letter  blocks";v before AherY:;Ay7V:;;VA^VyVA'Y.;y;;'AH-V'  yVA"Now':?givOymamina vay'B:'y'AAV xyAx. x  x... Arid V soy went theV i>iay;; A Before'Athe  SaiildAbould[-; tblkyshei knew her Jalpha-  ��������� bet perfectly.v y, Vy;Ayy-      -'AX. X'AA;.A  i:^JS.6^;~if)ieja. yjust: ^styher ^eighteenth,  birthday* she?iis������aymaster ^oiYarts;t esr:  tablishirigya record Af or. the University  of A Michigan;-Yaii^:yperhaps V"fpr;; ,;VtM  ^Untrj|,V;i.-Ity^3|;'^elieTOdA;.-tha^y^  !ihe Ayiran'g^t^p^sbnyy^b '* :has'; ;A gjiet  taken yi^sbcohd^br te  i^Vthis'TOiiht^yVyAShe;graduated when  b^'^s&tbbhy arid fxibwi haS A finished1  j^rr postgraduate A work at anAageat  whVichA-ihostA ybu-ngsters? aire justybei  jgi'ShlittgJ-un'derg^^  At Vthe A universttyAhere they :,, iell;  how, for ythfee hourB durih^ her final  brali.examinationi ythisyfrail little girl  answeredAy without V hesitation the  qu^itibn&Vflaunched y-at her ,by four  grayrhaired; professorsi; At the end of!  the testVtheVyskeptibalAihenihers of the'  facultyyhad' to' a^hbwledge thatMiss  ; Dor othea; Jpnesyy wpll ynierited: t^ie .ihaiV'  yter's'..-degree.VyAV''Yy:AyjYA:yA.y^  A So how'- shb AisAVpiorbtheaA' Jones, M.  A.,; perhapsA^e-Ayoungestymaster of  arts'.' thpAriew^wqyldyhasiyeyer known.  little; fish line, but hbv* grabbecy just:  the.. saine,; VandiA'ca^ug^tVythe7Ahpbky;ittY  his thumb; VAThatA pu*t'y ohe'A HaiidS;biitS  JVahdV;7ffieyybtherAhand;y^asYi&Vi^A^  ;grap^e:;;rvfithAan::-;eel;'^7AV;V7-^SVy^  It; rlbokbd '��������� for -.' a AVtinie'Yli^fttl^^elS*  yiA?Y������&$������  ���������rAM?Mi  .--������������������������*, yi '*i\-Tyj ji~m  WyMWM  :������-'(���������-:��������� ���������.-������������������ .:.���������-;���������';���������-������������������:���������������������������' -.������������������-. ;���������'-.- ��������� ������������������.:-:.'.-'.���������������������������.:  '���������-���������y:;.,..yyy,y,,-...r ^Y^^'-'Y^ifeS^Kf  inign'ty'^win.;V:-out.:���������" The'A .slimy^yV'-shak^yyyV||p|||  '.hiked;-;up-,;hisV: 'hihdYtailvAahd!:":A?MMM  if .not^i  _ .  a:  DUUV:  creatureVhe knewVAS: ChristinexErring-i]  rtbn^^ere/ytwo^ li^syt^  and '���������"'���������jhul'V ofy hope;   there; :;a" fife blighted*j  ^hbpeBi$ead������^^  ;less''p^sibhrva^tydeceptic^:^  So. was Ahb Abiiriedyihy bitter, Vpaiiu^l?  thoughts, th^yhbv^d'Ahbt''{hibarV some one j  conung over';the^Agrass^':Aandyppsitiyelyj  'started ,asA'VtiV&uil;ii.he^  ,ed: "���������"' -YXAX 'A X'^'AyyAyA^yi.y^x^y'xXfYXi  "��������� VA^It>iaJOr.:VciiiEfbr^^ali^thatlMvgppdj  .lUck1''V'*"*;!^S^SY  Ay, **Mr; ;:'6]^!;''^uAdb^shere^^  ^i:"da?*^^  ^^wy/V8hVbbk.Jlpna^b^di^ .'Mr.^  ^dr^?satVd.oii^^nyl^^^h;;^ ':XyX  J&i?|pLii^VV^-Vuxibxpe^d  ;sai^^:I;Vha^,iwA:xi^b^^  ^ctb^AVHOw'andlwhbi^l^el^^  l^lf^^i^ug^ter'.isl^K^t^  1ybuii%;'Nbrthi^tb-^  Y,������^psYA;4ndeed, If anciecl^hat; he was  ;talo^^'7'-that'^aH;er^  if  bryhim; bfV course;  ^"Yyim;:Ayxx^ Xy Y  X-shaii ysendy ior  !dbn'i-Aycbme'Aiii;.;  Y;cfIsy;ybur:-ne^ew'ABtill:talm^^  y'A /' Ybs:;Ythe V ypU^VyiwainipYlias|Vy taken;  himselfApif to AMbnt������'fCa-rT[e^wfii������fi  I; suspect; ;.knbws. ;him';;bett^thot*iV steady  p*ldv,fog^8ylikeyVmyself ;Aq^^|AapprbTO^  AyfyAh !'*!:VyMdVY'Vthe) A' A dbcfcw^yyibbkingA  down; "fbndy ofAhigh playiyybu.meiniV;  Monte -.-C������rlb;VisYah.;,-awfuly;^plabb-;AfpirA  ing^;b<^ainly.y'y'yy7:'y:;AAAA;V,^^  ' b'akdyVandAVat' VhbajlyA-^b^antt.;  ythirt^y ;IV think y hey i shwW'iypteAdyV V ,dPWn:;  xtj^::matxv.'yXxyyy-yy.xAyyy:;y  '���������^ffSbo^db'^f'^Baid'ciijh^  .5'd'ryIy;^Vbat'^'it';.-;i8^  >'si^e"������;!'ady!;^  '"���������.i^jfpriiithe'jW^xid/Lst^^^ yfirstywas;  ' au:fait7Vnbcbm^i.'^-yAA:,A.AyA' -A^AAyAAy  X<;A;Xyx.yWo,::ie-:&E^  ��������� *,. -*,-.���������...  ������������������Ax.  -*"*���������*������������������-  i*j*~  yKMM^M^N|(CLEAR|  '-VY  Ay"^\v;VpbrcntiBVyrealizbAhbwy;m^  i;V������ioYx 1 ivi>"������������������������-'Inn.vji 'l-iphn fimhlf;tiered' ai  askod:^  month  that.  She  "Ono mohtK given < thom, ������������������> you say?  That is, then,.', till .about tho eighth of  October?"   ��������� ',:.'������������������*'" '* ;'V"V���������'A������������������'���������;,.',;:,-.  "Yob, about thoh,'^ V y A .A A'  Tea was now brought in; arid aftor  that, the doctor, and Iris daughtor���������-the'  latter almost,, crying���������bid good-jbyo, and  le'ft.".":.;'���������'\: '���������- .  .���������xX[\::.xA-'i: ..." :  Only a month--poor; aching, faithful  hoartl���������-only a month, and ho must euro,  ly ho baok in England! Would ho  come to hor? Whon���������whoro���������how would  thoy moot? Ah! how? Sho had taken a  last dosporato moasurb ,tliat must kill,  or. Bavo.,, VA.".';. ;���������,,;���������';.': A,A\'���������<$'. xy y  .��������� V';  So tho dreary, anxlou'a* dbyal went by  Into wooks, and still ,    that     woman  ���������wntelmd and wn I tod for lior prodigal till  ho should "como book and ho .forglvon.*  OHAOTll XXXI,  Ono goldon Qoptombor nftornbon Dr.  Clifford nut alono on a* boneh juat beyond the Lcca, at Folkestone.  llluiicho had utrplled off with tho  PJtaroya and Captain Darploy, whom  thoy Jiad mot hwo���������not to tho dootor'a  liking as regards the' latter, though ho  wns not thinking of her at all just now,  for Ida gaw rested on the figures of hie  daughter and Archer Northcote, far be*  low on tlio bench, with that ewoet, half*  rogrotful ploaauro that Is ao deeply tinged with aadnos, with which In mature  yoara we looky.upon thp reflex of our  own youth; put before.ua na in av maglo  inlrror^-tt pleafturd ohpokered by a vague  pasting with that wo oould for ono mo*  ment gft hank anil dreom over again;  and a oorrowful pity for the youwj}  dreamers, whoao dream wo know mu#t  loo eoon Ix* ������ro*������bd byllfe'a stern, hard  realltlea and troublos,  JFlo watohod the two figure* till they  disappeared under the cliff; and then,  frcrs i!*r T^-rjc rr-svf-tr,* rif-t^* r><',t������iii������',  pffhepa, his thonjrhta wont to the yonng  ABlaii^hbyVisybny the ATjeesj'yvdth; bomb  'fi^n^^and^Mrsr'Em  ydbny VSlieyhas left us, 'de^lyVto my rbi-  ;jin'ot.''-1'^''-'^.'''"*' ';'���������-���������'-��������� XX -'.?-:'t--.^.,*r-.^.-^'-;&v.4*':*A^-^^.---AV.--Vy'  pV^lJcft?;  Dear,, idearlAwiiatya,;pity!'^Y:  ;f;':Yes^,ABaid,they d&ctp&Aiqui^  :;hadA-tpAleafey^athbr^  querice bf '��������� sbmp' family ^affairs that re-  qviired her unfettered attention for some  ^imb'AtOycbme^'VV|*vv^!^'|^|->|'^v-' ������������������������������������* "%'��������� ���������'  AyAThisrwas' strictly^ trubi W*'^;,'" A AyAX-'-..  1V^lAmet Channihg,; ��������� yheHaddbd,V   "and  ''hoard about" the steike^ ;.;Ho>yAajsgulded  'tlioVmen arpi/ It's a.-'bad'business.".���������'-:   .  .'V?Fbr them^^-yoBi": said'; William Orde,  grimly^   "We shaWt yipld.AVVWhat Falo  told thom .l'l. stick7to; and:the month  of igrctce. is .nearly"runA.puj6i^.vjtf juis't: pbp-  pied, down herb" for a littlo boafair before  I go horns. ,,-1 .don't get"young, doctor,  and things bother me, moro than tlioy  .usedAto." A-, :' xX XAx0X xyX-'x-' "y:'  i tfAhl^'sald Cliffprd,vVy7ith;;a half-sad  siitilb, ;"that is -all \ but"; experience,when  we've turned the corner  : ���������' pf our best  years. - Biit this matter you have, I, hoar,  put into your nephew's hands ?'f:A  "Yes, indeed j all the executive; and,  by Jove If! said. Mr. "Ordb, bbglnnlng to  .laugh;'-."he'll carry \p.throughV.wlth a  high hiitidilf tlioy are too obntreporoua  -r-Bhow 'era somo California'ways; I ox-  gaveATomskiyayslap on the face^whichVy  madeyVhim Telea8ehiB choking ygrasp^y  andA 3UBtA?"-thenl'A Johnson V McQueen7 A  caiheyalbng y andysayed Tpmski Vfrbm;-A  a V wafceryy ;bier.7VA-Ay;y A: V Ay Xx;y. xyxx AX xy  The Ayillakbycons^ble isy'fhow VlbbfcYV  ing f or A'JohhyFritai- v.whb VArahiy 'awrayxy  laughing ��������� 'at Vyhis^littls? (.'joke,AAsisy Moi;i|  Queen ;api>roached.V;Heywillybexarre8^  .ed,". wbenA-:fouhd;VyonA^tb'bAy^iii^  .cruelty ��������� -to. A an; Vsmiaial VA^dYalfliuiauaAs  :oeing. -���������;--..-y'y.y';-.^|i|;^-''"''"'"'''-^''-'"s'^'''"-^  A; l'... y. -T^\spMffi".pj^it^g^^^^^^^|  yyThe law of; the;7spiritV'bf ,Wbyl^Maidb|g|||^^j  yine Vfree: irom-ytiM* 'iawVof y3ia';;;andY5!^jK**^;S^a,  i'H^b111^118^^** 2.;V'AVy-; yiv;AAA?A;:AlsA;yV|lisV  ;-;i;.'������Mah-/is a bundle of contradictions--hb  ;i3yalive;yhe" is dead, lie isV7freb^:V#n^yi*pK;^:^?^j*������|  Abbhdage, *hb7ls ;atiliberty^and'-ybti.UinitedAi'VA^^^  . l_*" X' *X -AZ'-1 \'f-'A*A ^ ���������' .-���������"': ^Xj.'"������S1-AX' ' '.'-'���������' '   '*'   ^''���������������������������'^''.'���������.'������������������lJ?lX?m"K^  'm&mmml  AS$P  ;88i������  I  ;d^t^t^i|am';albi^i;:resp^  ;i;;diberimmati^'VA'^Adi^:;lAain'.^^  estiih:  i^eyliycsAhaveA;yeba;e^ittbred^  ;bialyiahdAbiisinessysuccess Aprbyented by  :���������seribiisHskin Aaffectiahsy wluchYBoyoftian/  yrpbuitVAfirbm the neglect ^fyminbifAeru-pY  itiiriisyin Viiifahcy;. and;A/childhbodiVyWith  but a'littloycareAand -theyusp ;pfiprbpef:  iembllieiita;: baljyV jk^;^d h^'^yibe  pjeseryed^ pnrifftX; anidV beautifibd^Vmin-  or?eruptibhs prbvented frbniyAvbecpniingi  bhrbnic/and torturing,i diBfJguring Vrash-  es, itchings, irritations and rchafinjgb difl-.  pelledi. To Athls end   nothing is bo ipure,  so sweet; bo bpeedily effpctiybA'aBl/yttia  usbiVb'fiC1ui1lc"*a i^oap .assistcdt when he-'  (lessaryVby Cuticura Qintmeht: *Sbldyby  HlrbggJsts Vieyerywhorc.��������� ASehd.AtoV iPbtter  Drug &vphom. Corp., Boston;; TJ.A B.AA.;  sole proprietors, for their free yJ32-pbgo  Cuticura Book, tolling all about   y thp  caro and troatmont of thb skin.    V ;<  A  ���������.;yA:���������'-"A' *��������� **'.v ." '*"'.���������,.-.-'X'y'-X,  ;.77Llniltatlori8.->-A.V;.A'Y;y.y '���������,-;,;  '. ,Wo.air,hayoi'them. ��������� y''X;.Xy:.  ..And Wo. should admit it. V Ay A A'1  Perhaps hot to all tho world.      .A  Buf to' ourselves, at any rate;!!,;.  Wb should not talh beyond pur1 depth.  ���������Wo should not, unless HWlmmcrs;*ivado  boyond-our'; depth. -''Xy.'.yyyyyyy.  ! (j Wo, should not go boyond, pur, ;depth  in tho -matter of collarless blouiscn.  *  'Iiidt odV' wo all of us luivo bur limitations, ahd wo should recognize thom.  Frankness Jq boAutlful, but Insistence  on woukVpointsi'amountsi to. stupidity.  is abbye7:^asbn;yit,isi'-noti;iag������lh^fit^Ttp|^^||  ���������i'the'y "bouii'dB'? ^ ySiv$||?^  herb; is; no!!e wyj]^i*s-^^|  tlie'sb'?.; ;Tbe 'earth Vwlll^bhbydayVhXel^thep^,  sun grow dark.yi you^spealc'Vbf^ay's^rj;;^:  and you say^lt.^y'rcanvsayii,^  "cold; .'I7: aiii' warm; 'it-is: moved VbyVmabhii^|^|  ;eiy,"Ii'.amVmbved'-byAobnsoienbe^|h^r:e^  son, by ��������� inspiration, my life la "hldAwlth'    '''���������"  Christ in God.'?   Within  this law I find:       yYV  Contlnviltyi; On earth there  The butterfly is a thing of beauty;jbnifV  moment, tho next in the crop of;the;birdi-}V;V  very soon thb bird is; te.:;theyerop;;:of^t^e';V^;  hawk, boon after  thei,hawk:AiaA:iBho^^S''^iY  niayhay falls to the ground dead.:A;VMon AtiXA  that ia born of a iwbmiinVia;pfvfbw''daya.'^-y^y  ���������The .cloud'. Is. real;-.but;'it.meltsyia������'::,ypu'!7|'vy^;  gatso.   Men etudy tho .bbaiity.-"ofVvahlty^ j'yyi'VVv:;  how soonVtliey fltudy the'��������� vaialtyyof ���������beau-.-xy;,:.x  ty.   It "is the bualnesa, of faith tpr see all    AV;  things in thoir Intrinsic valued   "Fore- A  sight assuredly conies; tb men. Insight xyy  .will often tarry with the child.*'., Find ��������� ;;,y ;  but and follow thp aurb path of \'faith;VYAA  then ehall ybu ������bb rleli iridoed.;    -Iiow y;;;  many ships pas* In-the night, and; weyyAA I  knew not thoir historypi*;;doat!ny..;AAyoX."I'Xiy  only ace tho phosphoroBcent gleam' oh' -"Ay';  the ailont tldo. Wlthiu tlte bounds   of, yi V  thia laW'IVflttd:     ���������-.-���������. ,,:-.?.���������,'      xy.Y.yXyxyYhXx  Certainty.; What ao:aure'oaVthe,'lactsYyAX  of consolousneas?   I aee',;X know^'i'ainVVyAy".  porsuadod that thoro ia laid up for mo a v  orownl   This ia tho ond of this magnlfi- ;X(xl  ot-nt law.   And hero comca in a cautibb'  'AX  of tho first Importancei Soo that you ; y'; ;  huve it!   "It la a sad refloetlon/< says A  Mr. Penn. "that many men have hardly  Ay  any religion at all, and most men hav������| A ; y  nono of thoir own, for that whioh i������ ��������� -,���������������������������;.���������  religion of thoir education, andynot of:   ;.  tlwlr judgment; Is tho religion of another Vy,  nud',not,bholra." '-V-, .      "��������� ,���������'���������''-'-��������� v;.-;:',',; i. i;'A'  A woman was riding in a biiggy, tho ������������������'"<���������"������������������'���������',  horse took fright and bolted down;hill,' A: ;7  she wicapod with only a few bruises;   An  I A;  old-friend asked har afterwards, "W*a*,:;  woro your foollnga In thb groat danger?'." ���������;[:x  Tlio reply was, "I trusted In God"ill the       ���������  time until the breeching broke, then; I; , ..  gave up all for lost.?'   "My dear frlimd, V  o.nouao me, you did not trust, in Obd ������t    '-. a  all; you trusted In the breeching strapA  Bcwft-rb of a **eo*d-h������nd rouglm*-, U  will surely fall, In tlie final hourl ,  ���������It T. Miller.  'f������.'ji^i  '���������il.l'i  ���������&������  'f:A  AXX,"  M*.**W>������.  "tiy boy,  out ehlldron.  ���������"'������������������ *'T' dunno  Uv������ nowheraattround  know  hef.-ma'am  hut  hor������,'"���������,.,.  ef nho'si a lady without children uhn don't  Tha flios tbat arc now In your  Idtchnn nnd dining room wor������  probably foastlhfif on tomo' ��������� i������-i  deaorlbablo nastlnesa loss tban an  hour ago, aiid as a alnglo fly oar-'  rtes many thousands of dlB������a������d  tt������nm ulUuIiod to its hul^y bci7,  it i-a tho duty of ovory housolcoopir.  to ossiit In ������xterminating thli  wont onomy of tha human rao*.  Wilion'i Fly Padi are without *  ���������'���������t.M-l-",1  XA\  do  ,\.x  A  ���������:\..  ������������������-"-"^'IMIIIIIIIIIII  *%*���������,, V*ei  tyr4*W    *W*'������e*  Vi!r!  + *J   . ������a***y  ���������AS-M'rf***3-.  >,;-  ',������Yi'  ..''.(.'I,:-  .'lY,V-������-l\'.-  A.'*W| WXAxy  WAXA  K ''  Ifr'y'.'-  y .*v i>y  mtmmmamm^    ^x^-y^y^���������^A  ������������������!���������.���������  ^0$Mm^&!^  ���������yss  ������������������"^'^���������^r^**" '*^"^^''1���������T'vT���������*~f  m*s������ optocs, TOfiosrro  BSTABLXSUBD  1807  B. S. WASKBa, Psesidsnt  AUBtAKDKR LASED, Omanl Manager  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Reserve Fund, -   6,000,000  ���������''Wii^xltOssc^^i^^yNQ. 39  Ay^AyV^Y J^resrij^ A  Most* every ovherVMbiadaiy from Joao 30  to Oeiiober 4 at 8 p js. in Speers' Hal!.  Qeo. Broderiok, O. O.  ������, Jens-dn, K, of K. & 8.  R. Bs Bevan, M. of P.  Voting brethren cordially invited.  I  Brssshes tteosgfeeut Canada, asd in the United States and England  'tatfces & Co.  *0 2kXJ^^    TVDT>*J1 "OT** fCVW  Deposits of $1 and upwards are received and interest allowed at current  rakes.    Accounts  may be opened in the names of two or .  more persons and withdrawals made  by any  one of them or by the-survivor.. 124  PBSOT B. FOWLER, MANAGBR CRESTON BRANCH  Wholesale  Provlgjona,   Produce,   Fruit  Q*B9se! O&aassta'as Horebssts  B.C.  I Q������ssse! Om  j NELSON  R. RANCHER,  Have your Harness repaired and oiled ready for wi n  ter. A dollar spent on it now will save you many  dollars  later  ^-������ rxT1   a     rrr  UAKV  For Your Buggy  Np'C   HARNESS  AND .  ^iV ^    Implement store  Creston <*^g^> ^eviete  ' Published eve<r   Friday at Oroaton, British Columbia, by the Creaton Pah-  ttebing Co., 'nt their office, FUet Street, Groatou.  J. XL Johmsok   -   Manager.  Raij-h G. Sckutow   -   Sditor.  4k.  !   <n ������  Hemember that  PRESCRIPTION Nn. 9!  ��������� BIS      H  B W B -B    ��������� -fl Iff 3     ^  Subscription, $3 00 a veer, in advance.  SO-Day "Notices, f������;  80, *?.������0; 90, $16  llta H������view is the acknowledged advertising medium of tho.Creaton valley, cir-  eslatingr in over one thousand homes throughout the Creston distriot. Our  aalamaa are open to correspondents on live questions of local intereat. Contributions must ba brief; written ou ono side of tho paper only and aigned, set  neoesaarilv- for publication, but aa evidanee of good faith. "Wo invite support  iei onr endeavours to increase the usefulness of the Review by bringing in your  . a������ve-rtfeem������Bis, aubaeripiibna and saws. Oomplainta from stibseribers ss to  nan-receipt of paper wili be promptly attended to. Addreaa ail commnalo*-  ���������fiSona to the editor.  oures tsari i;niinn������%  , WHAT THE REVIEW KNOWS  That Mr. Tate,, the Crestou beau, got  a post card from h's wife aud left immediately for the East, leaving a collection  of broken hearts behind him.  That with the return of several popular young ladies to town, prospects are"  bright for the coming dauciag s^ieon.;  Tbat Mr. B. O'B. FitzGerald is looking around for two leading ladies for  the Crestou Dramatic Clnb. Now >heu  you girls, don't all speak at once.  That a Creston old-timer remarked to  a friend that he did not know one half  of the guests at the Methodist social.  Watch Creston grow.  WHAT THE REVIEW WANTS  Jonathan, King, Faraeuse. Alexander,  Waguer, Talman Sweet, Gravenstoin,  White Banana, Yellow Newtown, Gideon, Golden Russet, Ontario, Marin.  In addition the above���������  3 bases of extra choice Wealthys  1 bos of Winter Banana  1 box of Mclutosh Red of Spitzenburg  ������  JS  ana oolds  eston Hotel  i  SUNDAY HOURS  13.30 am to 1.0 p.m. and  8.30 p,m, to 9 p.m.  For the sale of MEDICINES ONLY  ������    ~  I will be prepared to purchase at regular market price 10 or more boxes of  choice fruit fer the window display.  COMMUNICATIONS.  [The Editor is not responsible for the  opinions of his correspondents, nor does  he always agree with them.]  TO KNOW  What support the Laurier government  are prepared to givo to Sir Geo. Doughty's scheme of replacing the Asiatics,  who control the B. O. coast fisheries, by  \ybite labor?  Whether tho investor is to he given a  square d������U iu the approaching mining  boom in British Columbia?  Whether tho Quadrille Club and the-  Creston Dancing Class will be revived  this winter?;  What became of the Oreston representative who was to have given evidence  re the subway before the Railway Com-  misHioii at Nelson?  -Who gets the "worst of the  Editor, Creston Review.  Dear Sir,  derd? 3s it the minister 17ho pays 50  cents for good oil in B. C, instead of 18  cents for cheap stuff in the East, or is it  tho storekeener who pays his good round  dollar in B. C. for listening to a minister, who would be tickled to death to  receive a dime with a hole in on tbe  collection plate after making his little  spiel in the East?  Thanking yon for space,  Yours trnlv,  Storekeeper  I Creston Drug* JBook Co.  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  Our   Guests  Call  (Again  YOU will make no niistakt  when y������m get off tke trass  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. W������  study the comfort of our guesti.  The rooms are well furnished ia  a manner up-to-date.  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  Headquarters for Mining M������at  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  Moran & cMead -, ~ Prons*  m^m*s^  ���������*->j.*:_~~   !-._. 4.^  0- s-^-  Onr fine colleofcion of Briar and  other  eho&ld be seen by all lover^ of the  fragrant ���������weed. .This assortment  consists of all kinds and styles of  pipes known to the maker.  Special attention is directed io  the !i������eof "B B.B."asd"G-.BD."  pipes. These are made of the finest quality briar, with amber and  vulcanite mouthpieces.  Greston Wine & Spirit Co.  POOLE  Prop.  JS- We are Agents for McLaughlin $  1 Democrats. Buggies. Wagons, sic. I  c * * %^*y>        * ^1 1 -*  ^  I You Save Money by cor,su!tisg sjs fcsforr |  fe       - Buying -Elsewhere.       EafsyTernis :      1  l k s* McCreath a  | CRESTON  C&JlA$UULJLaiUlJUiJ3JL^  The following letter from J. W. Cockle,  Socrotnry-TrcnHurer of the West Kootenay joint fruit exhibit, ie inserted on n  r> quost by n resolution of the Creston  Board ���������)������ Trade and for the information  of nil interi'Htwl in the exhibit at the  Ciuindian Kivtionnl Apple Show :  Kaslo, B.C., Sept. 5, 1910  Tho Secretary,  Creston Board of Tmde.  Gentlemen,���������I have paid a preliminary viHit lo your district in order to  ftCijuniut niysulf with the vnrietios ol  fruit wliich you are producing mid to  obtniu n comparative estimate of the  quantity of fruit which will buavnilnblo  for tho district display nnd ulao for the  competitive 0I118KGS.  It is most neceHHitry flint I should re.  coive at an onrly date the total number  of boxoi which will bo Kent from OreR.  ton,' iu order that I may arrange for tho  fmnnportiitioh. I find that tuo KorvicoH  of ������ pnolter to properly pack the exhibit  will be 0 groat help to your fruit grow-  orn; nnd I will endeavor to secure* the  Horvinos of 11 man who cim vinit your  diatrict and do this work, You will  understand thnt thia will on tall an extra  expense, which tho or ���������* uiization fuudu  do not provido for.  I oppoud 0 li������t of tho apples mid tlw  fiuantitioa of each which will bo required  for tho district rtisplavH, and tnmt that  you will In* ablo to nccuro tlm Namo.  Yours very truly,  J, Wn (IcioKi.w  \Aut of nppUia rr>qii|rnd U> !������*��������� furoiHlii'il  by tho Orr;������ton Bourd Of Tr/ulo for (ho  dtatiint diHpliiVH ut tlKiOiinadiim National Apple Show;  ���������ti box, not lorni thnu 11(1 npple���������������  The Editor, Crestou Review.  Dear Sir,���������A remark passed at the recent Methodi9t church supper by a well-  known but bashful bachelor, of tbis  oity, set me thinking; aud I take up* the  pen to enlarge upon a subject whioh I  believe is at the heart of every single  man in our glorious valley, The remark  was: "If I really knew that a certain  young lady of my acquaintance made  this lomon pie, I would take the plunge  on tho spot."  Now, Mr. Editor, it scorns to roe that  thero are ninny others in the same plight  aa my bachelor friaml, who know what  tho married Indies of Croston onu do,  but are dubious about the single ones,  aud if it could be demonstrated to their  satisfaction that the single ladies ore  following worthily in their mothers'  foottilupH in those uecessitry roHpootQ, tho  wedding bellB would bo more frequently  honrtl iu CreBtou. I bUggoHt that the  young ladies of tlio vatloun ohuroboe  give a Bupper at whioh the eatables ho  exclusively of thoir own production,/hud  myself atnoug many othora would ho  only too willing to risk out lives and  toeth, iu ������u> nothing of paying CO cents,  for this ohniioo of finding ont ���������whether  the young ladles are equal in thoso res-  peotu to the standard whioh the married  hulieft havo reaohod,  Tho art of managing man is to "ford  tho bi'uto," and aynung lady might hi.vo  aomotlilng woree than (bo reputation hh  the oliampioti lemon pie itid of tho Ores-  ton vnlley.  Hoping you wUl paliltob thl������ Jotter,  Youru truly,  I)HV I)/>0K liANOHKU  Mr������, Tt. O'R. Kll*0������ivahl )mv<M on  Saturday for n six moiitlui trip to her  home In Ilfraoombe, North Devonshire,  Knglitnd. Bho will ho grantly tnlaand tn  ae<dnl elroloi������ here.   The JftwviwV wUluw  Wealthy, Mcintosh Itod, BpUatbergon, I her ������������������hou wynKo.'"  T TTI tt%������ JL���������������  I   1 ne ijrcsion  !  Blacksmith.  $ ���������������   Repairing of all kinds  done. Horse Shoeing  a Speciality. -    -    -    -  Blaoltumitk Shop directly behind  Greaton Realty & Timber  Go.'a Offices  ���������  kl  Creston  NOW  Is the Time to Renew  Your  Subscription to  The  WAIR.Bcam.  CRANBIROOK - B.C.  Funeral Director  A. MIRABELLI  THE    CPE&TON   SHOEMAKER  Best Workmanship  Boots nud Shoos uiede to Order  A Speciality  no  Just Arrived  A.  Large   Assortment   of  ��������� Ostrich Plumes.  Fall Goods will be on display about ihe middle  of September.  Mrs. M. YOyNQ  Fourth Street, Creatou, B.C.  Creston Hardware & Furniture Go.  Is the Proper Place to Buy  ''���������ANYTHING -YOU  NEED-I-Vy  IN THIS'  HARDWARE and FURNITURE LINE  ,     ��������� r������...,^,.-: ���������..������������������....���������������������������' , . '    '  '  VPfonibinff and Tinsmlthinff Orders Promptly Attended to*   ,,  ..,:;.:-.'������������������������������������ ^���������xfAW;E. METCALFE,  wmmmmimm*immmmmmmiimimmmm  ���������������������������WWWW^tWWHPIW^^  wmmnimmmiimmmv  ������.  The Riverside Nurseries,  Grand Forfis  B.C*  In tht NJBAW00T NURBKItY to the omWXM mwmWS,  Btoek tttrlvM in VBJB-SH. HEALTHT OON^ITIOlf  Voir PridM, ito.. Wdta to���������  WALTBRV. JACKSON, Apm*, Crwten,B;c,  If You Like to Drive  you onn indulge yourself by mnrnglng n  team from thin Hvery ntahln for an long  and ns short, a limo ns you de-rfro.  * This Livery Stable  '���������'la iiJho prf-p'irod Ato fimit 'tt, onrriiig'i 'o  iheot) tvuiuH, tn twkinyon Blioiipliignvonll-  iug, or to convoy yon to liny Jiino wed.  dings you w tab'to 1i.t1.oml..  Camer^B^  CRESTON LIVERY  ua> a���������1 -aiaww mhwaawiwiaMWMUii  Wo are now handling  All LOCAL KILLED MEATS  Fresh BEEF  PORK  VEAL and  SMUTTON  Fresh Fish, Halibut  ;  Salmon, Trb'iit, etc,  P. BURNS & Co,  . ��������� 'Llmltiel,.;:.,.,,'   ;'y;..t vy ',  C RESTON, Xa:,,aX{M^  1  **    ill  f]  N  i"l  1  '!1  i,J  *   , 'I'  '   ',%  i. > -T  yf  ���������m  YA>!A  I havo Opened a  Clothes Cleaning*. ^Pressing  and Repairing EstabU$h$etii  in the prorata-* .forrjj'etly poonttied by!  the CroHton Bakery on     ; M  SIRDAM':AWMUP'::X  Clothes Pressed Wille you %att.  ������������������'���������Wng:i$.yhur.Cto(tm  ������������������.���������xyyA..:.,A'Ay^^^AyAyAA>AyxAxX   '������������������'���������l'*"mi������WW"l.*"     W"' ���������!��������� ���������t^������������*���������f^wWll    IM    im^MIIIMWI.I I'll* ', ,,,i   *  ���������<������������������'��������� -A- xx'.., AyVy ���������^i?^������������^,',V;.vW:  'AVyA'-.v^vyAA.v.y .., AyAUxm^yAA.-xx^  1  ������mimiimmi������Mmiiirimmmmmmmim  s *--'i'u*.%<tfMyyi?ii<-yk  A^S;>'^wPfX^y  A SQUARE PE_  in a Round Holo  Vou may ho nlrlglit, but If  you nre In iluf wrong position  you nro II to a square peg Hi n  round hoi*.. Votr-wontA'ps*'  itltlon where you fit.   *  This paper la rend by Intel-  \Ur.m hiwlnm wctj, ^njkd;.*',  Wimt Ad. In our clnnellledL  columns will r������������cli ihem..  iH,))M f-MtBinwiimiiMW<Mi.Mi|.miiMi'm 111 utiu  1    *"���������**'��������� W WB *"   HinWW  iii-ainaaaTaniaiiaftiij^  /"'?!!  . L'.1:. i.,',:,;,i,',,.,Lij:L,.iii'J:i,it���������ii ry^'-.ri -y.-i.yy, yy-Y   , *  nHi  mat  *W5  / w C*ty  IAX SALE OF LANDS  For Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Nelson Assessment District,  .    /    . Province of British Columbia  i;  i  \  I hereby give notice that on Wednesday the 12th day of October, A.D. 1910, at the 'hour of twelve  o'clock noon, at the Court House, Nelson, B.C., I shall offer for sale by public auction, the lands hereinafter set,out ofthe persons mentioned hereunder, for the delinquent taxes unpaid by the said persons  as on the thirty-first day of December, 1909, and tor interest, cost and expenses, including cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount is not sooner paid.  Person Assessed  Description of Property  Acrea  Tax  Under  Asseas-t  ment  Act  School  Tax  Interest  Cost  Expenses  Total  James Merriaian  Geo. Huecroft  l'\ Broderick  Hugh McKae ��������� ^  Fred Clark  O. P. Riel  O. P. Riel  Geo. Huseroft  Job. Jncksozi  Geo. O. McDonald  ft. H, Hooghwinkol  vv. J. fhiiips  .T. A. "Ferguson  W. J. Philips  Martin Holts  P Clark and N. Griswoid  James Cberrington  John Machon.  Richard Hood  A. Ii. Fan*  A. Michael  F. Broderick  Geo. Huseroft  Michael McCarthy  J. Buchanan  John Loubet  George Huseroft  George Huseroft  John Graham ____  Alex. Michael "  C. Gansner  H. Tasseyman  H. E. Gont  H. A. Norreys  Wm. Graham and Wm. Colquohoun  Harry Dean  J. T. Kilgour  C. A. "Wilton and John Davis  Fisher, Hamilton So Co.  Fisher, Hamilton So Co.  Fisher, Hamilton Ss Co.  Fisher, Hamilton Ss Co.  Fisher, Hamilton Ss Oo.  Fisher, Hamilton & Oo.  Fisher, Hamilton & Co.  Fisher, Hamilton Ss Co.  Fisher, Hamilton Ss Co.  Fisher, Hamilton Ss Oo.  George Creagh  J. H. Laverty  F. E. Henderson  Fisher, Hamilton Ss Co.  J. J. Grady  Philip Vibert  A. E. Jefferson  S. Fraser *  O. D Foote  AR. S.j Lennie  D. A. Mackenzie  J. J. Bocae  A. W. fGee  G. Adamson  E. W. Robinson  O. T. Partington  G D. and R. B. Bell  ��������� Ed. Wilkinson  J. T- Wilson  Vowell and Sproat  J. S. Jackson  W. E. Smith  Frank D. Arundel  R. S. Lennie  A. Bosowitz  Blook 11  Kootenay valley lands sold  <   at Government sale at  Blook 16  \     Creston, B. C, being a  '���������      18 <  \     sub division of lots 9554  f     9565,   9558   and >9427������  group 1, Kootenay diet.  Block 28  "     24  "     81  ���������'     84  "     41  "     4*3  ��������� 1     44  /  "     45  c;       47  "48  "     49  ���������������     58  * "     5?  "     07  ������������������     78  "'   96  "   103  /  "   108  ���������' .117  "   120  ���������������   137  "   144  ������'   198  -"   199  "   SOI  "   208  "   303  9.95     . $17.91  N. 1-2 of Sub-Lot 16, Lot 4595  Block 1, Sub-Lot 16, Lot 4595  Block 8, Sub-Lot 16, Lot 4595  Lot 4, Sub-Lot 20, Lot 4595  Lots 6 and 7, Sub-Lot 20, Lot 4595  Lots 10 and 21. Sub-Lot 20, Lot 4595  "    11    ������������ 20        "       20    " 4505  Lot 13, Sub-Lot 20, Lot 4595    ���������  ������<  <<  "-4595  4565  4595  4595,  " 4595  " 4595  " 4595  " 4595  " 4595  " 4595  " 4595  " 4595  " 4595  W.  15, -'������        2C  16, "       20,  17 "       20  18 "       20  24 "       20  25 ���������'      <?0  26 "       20  27 "       20  28 "       20  29 "       20  1 "       21  2 "       21  3 "       21  Sub-Lot 33, Lot 4595  "       64   ������������������   4595  "      130    "   4595    t  ������������ 9   "   4592    - t>  1-2 Sub-Lot 12, Lot 4592:  sub-Lot 17, Lot 4592  ������������������'       is   ������������������  45ya  Part of 6499 -  y"   '���������    "  6499  Lot 7681  "  7786  * "  7876  "   7983  ��������������� 8081  "  8281  Part of Lot 8370  Block 8, Lot 98  "    15   ������������    98  Part of Lot 197  Lot 251  Block 56a, Lot 804  ������>     67a,   " 804  ."     64a,    " 804        '  7.10  4.19  12.77  7.39  6.7  4.05  14 1  21.67  7.70  10.40  7.12  10.18  8.59  10.22  -  10.58  '4.6    ��������� ���������  9.7  4.36   ,  9.95'  8.69  1.20  6.44  31  18.73  8.08  4.88  6.61  7.94  4.23  70  9.17  10.04  9.61  19.86  19.86  20.02  9.98  10.37  10.60 '  10  10  10  10  10  10  10 33  10.33  102.03  49.54  50.17  207.80  480  640  817.80  80  160'  160  -V 22"  12  11.25  95  80  168.25  820  317   -  14  4.85'  19  4  820  .451  1.488  .486  1.70  5.40  8 20  1.66-  12  9  14 00  23 80  2.10  16.60  11.40  2.43  13.80  16.40  2.25  9.30  9.80  2.80  2.84  11.28  2.00  9.00  8.40 '  5.48  6.44  1.20  1.82  8.00  .84  -.9  5.40  6  5.70  12  12  12    '  6  6  6  6  6  6  6  6  6  6  6  24  12  12  20.80  76.80  63.29  82.80  8  1ft-  10'  8.90  7.05  4.20  20  8  16  82  82  6  1.  3  $1  50  .47  .71  .91  1.05  .78*  1.89  2.09  *i.4fi  1.44  .99  1.81  .80  .86  ' .24  ������ ������ ��������� ���������  .98  .42  .79  .56  .10  .12  .70  .07  ������ ������ ��������� <  ��������� 1   m .  4.50  .60  19.20  .60  1.65  .45  ��������� ��������� ��������� 1  $0.77  .13  .28  .40  .11  .68  .43  .69  1.18 -  .10  .82  .67  .16  .62  .75  .16  .44  .49  .14  .10  .55 -  .11  .44  .38  .20  .33  .07  .08  .39  .06  .40  .25  .27  .26  .68  .63  .63  .37  .27  .27  .27  .27  .27  ".27  .27  .27  .27  .27  1.08  .54  .64  .95  3.45  2.85  1.49  .36  .4?  .45  TO     ���������  .22  .20  .90  .36  .72  1.44  1.44  .47  .07  .14  .03  .87  .03  ,08  .08  $2 $20.68  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  o  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  $ *  2 "  2  3  2  2  2  2  3  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  3  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  3  . 2  "2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  3  2  2  2  2'  3  2  4.83  8.15  11.31*  - 4.58  15.63  13.21  18.08  29.07  4.20  20.87  15.41  5.68  16.42  19.15  5 72  12.44  13.15 .  5.18  4.44  14.81  4,53  13.23  10.78  7,68  9.33  3.37  3.52  11.09  2.97  11.40  7.65  8.37  7.96  14.63  14.53  iJt.fiS  8.37  8.37  8.37  8.37  8.37  8.27  8.27  8.27  8.27  S.37  8.37  27.08  14.54  14.64  33.75  83.25  68.05  36.29  10.36 ,  IS.45  li!45  6.08  9.37,  640  23.90  10.36  18,72  35.44  35,44  13.97  8.57  5.14  3.63  22,07  2,63  3.78  2.48  I  1  I  i  1  feY-V;  \  U.V.',  X  I  TS,. S. Lennie  Norman S. Fraser  E. V. Bourne  Francis Bros.  S. M. Brydges  P Coles  Dr. LaBau  J. H. Thompson , A  J. Adamson , *.  S. M. Brydges   ���������  Dr. LdB'au  Proctor Lumber Co.  W. J.'Beale  HoratioRosa ���������   <        .  O. A. Bonodiok and R. Hood  Evan Evans ',,..,  1 Thomas Whintlo  William Powell  Evnn Evans  S.,BorRmnn  A(G.Diok    ;  O,A A. Duncan  O. B. MoOlary  Duncan Darrough  O. O. Johnson  Thomas MoAstocker  John Allan  Wilfrid Shovolton  Rev. O. H. Reynolds  George Munro  A. 0. Bowness  Charles Scotfc .,���������.'���������,,  JiunoB Hondorfloa nnd W. O. Taylor  D. find S. Soott  . John Halden  B. Fil'/.Govald  B, FH/.Gbiv.'ld  1 Miohnol QlnKnv  Ohnrlos Faas "* ,  Walter Levi Vorgo  William Foonoy  ,   Loo, M. Winter  Napoleon Grnguon  F.L. OhurohiU  Blook 65a, Lot 304  "     848   "   804  '    Part of Blook 2, Lot 306       ,  Iu Blook &, 0 and 7, Lot 800    ..  I Part of Block 5 and 7, Lot .106  (N % Blook A) Block 7, Lot 80(T  In Blocks 6, 0 and 7, Lot 300  -  In Blook 7, Lot 800 **���������  In BlookB 8 and 0  A' in Blocks 11 and 12, Lot 306  If -���������.������    13   ������������������   806    %  Sawmill in Blook 4, Lot 309  East % of Blook E, Lot 619  West]  019  7  <���������   l.?62  1.768  17.00  182.10  270.00  4.00  186.60  60 00  68.00  11.10  11.10  10.00  10.00  10.00  8.00  18.66  18.15  16.60  85.80  10.03  184.00  820.00  87,60  14.00  80.00  66.08  80 60  10  ���������> 30  20  20  438  VVilfciaiu WoLaMn  F. L. Churchill ���������  iK L, Olmrohlll '  -Oamfto IT. Rotborlmm  John Phlbbort  F, h. OhurohiU  Aotivo Gold Mlulng Co.  Aotlvo Gold Mining Oo.  ���������Tn,������rti������ TT. CJnmeron  Robert Turner  WiUiMi* Buttth*  Omnpholl Blulr  David ltogerjj     ���������  Mm. Biirnh Fowler  ,      ������.'      E   '������  Jock G, Lot 810  '������������������������   8      "   914  ������������   4      "   914  ������������ 14      "914  Block 16, 10 and 17, Lot 014  Blook 12, Lot 3648  Lot 2910  ���������    ���������'.-:    y    "   5872. ���������'  Blooke 1,3 and 6, Lot 0805  Block 8/Lot 6805  Part of Lot 6800  '     BlookB 7 to 18, Lot 233  Blook 15a, Lot 332 ���������  ������������      19 ," A" 8, Lot 223  Blook 20, Lot I and 3, Lot 333  E Ji< oC Blook 2, Lot 812  W M       "     2     " 812  7tt      Lot 870  Lot 8i Block 4 of Lot 801  Blook 8 of Lot 801  ���������������   18     ������'     801  Part of Blook 18 of Lot 803  m        \ ������������    1.8      '���������'   80S  Blooke 25 aud 20 of, 801  Bloolw 28 and 80 of Lot 892  N 3D U of Bloolc 81, 802       .  Soo. 2-11 ^TownBhip 18, Lot 1280  Thatparfc ot \v;d B % nnd JT B % ^  28 ?ut8ldo o^ho'Wht of ww and  landfl sold to G. and W. 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They Believe It WiR be Developed as a \ehkk of Sport,  Aho Become of Great Value fa All Future Wars*  A GEOMETRICAL  KOHAHCE  x*  Squat and ugly, tar paipeo* roof covered with .patches of canvas, su'rroxuiided  by dust and drlcd-np grass, the little  aeroplane house on tihe -parade ground  at Fort Myer, Va., is the niece* of tihou-  sando of curious people, hero worshippers, aeronautical cranks and inventors  with axes to grind and propositions to  make to tihe two very quiet and tnnsi-  iK&alike young men from Dayton, Ohio,  who 'have conquered -the air.  When Wilbur  Wright   first appeared  an   Washington he ovmc with a, 'reputation.    He hadn't beon'here a day before  he had another���������that of being the most  silent   man  who  ever eaine  before the  public.     To get   Mm to  say   "yes" or  "no"  was a fount; to draw from 'hini a  consecuitiive sa-ntence was an accomplishment, and to get him to converse  was  something to be relegated to the limbo  of the unaeeoinp-lishable.  But Wilbur was tired surd woinn When  lie readied the city, and didn't feel like  talking. Instead of bdng the okun he  wa-s reported to 'be by various and eager  voung reporters Ihopofuliy takiing an assignment to "imtcrview Wilbur Wright  ���������and get hLs vkws on iiitropla.nfts, the  President, the future of Dayton and the  ���������ttn-aft," he ���������'���������Ivas proved Mmself to be a  good talker, a humorist, able to tell a  funny story -and rxuise a laugh, ft. speaker  V who talks to the point and who id willing to oblige any iivtervu-ewt'ir 'w*h.?n he  isn't to busy or too tired or too muoh  engaged  in  solviug problems.  "I don't know whether yon newspaper  hoy? cause u.s the m.cst trouble, or whether we cause tlie iK>;>9t trouble for you,"  he said, laughingly. **N������wsspaipe<r men are  a .pretty good set of fellow*., in my ex-  pvreecc?.     Of cevrvyy. it's  a  bother    to  looks. Really it is a very complicated  matter, in its adjustments, its curves,  its balancing, its bracing, its construction and the intimate relation in which  one part stands to another. The nontechnical observer gets sadly confused  about it. V i  It is a common thing for some arnest  seeker    after  truth to  ask owe-of the i UM,allv {m tKc wr0lig wuit    Jfe earned  brothers: "Is this the smokestack?    re-    $30 a*week as a newspaper critic, and  wrote verse for the. minor magazines ut  y   (By Allan p. Ames.)  Gertrude Allen" was an extremely pretty girl, with dreamy eyes and a head full  of captivating foolishness.  Jim Etcher was a clean-cut, square-  shouldered' lad with as muoh romance in  him as h Belgian block, but a business  head tliat had gained him a junior partnership in a large hardware house before he was 'SO.  Ronald Vernoy wore his hair <m liU  collar and endorsed a cheque, when he  w&s   fortunate,   enough   to   possess   one.  THAT YEL  (By E. Hollenbeck.)  "Peets has taken another yellow dog  to board,' said my wife at the tea tabic.  "Why do you think so?" 1 responded  at once, irritated.  "I saw one following him home this  Peets.    Our wives are Bisters.    I' left  Fido with, thorn wlhile away.    Th/e dog  cost. $150 at three  months old. I  told  Peets I would pay him $10 a week for  Virio'-s board  if 'ho  delivered him  safe!  on our return.   If Hie failed to do so it  r... -.,���������   ~~,i  -r^��������� ;-> i At ��������������������������� ���������+ ~iQ���������, :��������� I should cost him $10 a week unbH l(1ido is  morning, and Jessie had one at play in        |d for_or ^  wowfc hamimeriag  he  ever" 'had.   Hhose teirois include you!"  FOUR GOOD  SHORT STORIES  .icvo to r.'tc-p and ta*:k when you want  ���������io dc sccn-e-Hrcng c^se. but I suppose it**  t. bather to want .v man to talk who  -vr.'? do it."  '"-n a? a litt;e gr\>up of interested  c ��������� -r*.     ^nd-crjt;-; aaiher.-d about th*- corner  wo.  :X? S.-.i.:]. where Wilbur stood, roped  *:��������� ���������*. the ..-r.v.vd. buz leaisiitg against j t  d;'������������������*>'.��������� .'-*��������� if he didn't mind talking in  Y-x ���������!:c->i ho .Ira-dn't anrtlsing else  ;'. . ~Y .'reely and courteously an-  :���������:& -}".:"ti'>!*t������. It runs in tbe family.  c-n:rtc:.y *.o st.rungorsA "Last year it  ,    fve.-puiittly-  re-marked   that  OrvSile*  ferring to the tall brass radiator.  Wilbur told a tale of a man who examined the machine most carefully  abroad. Then he was overheard to say  confidentially to a friend: "That thing  will neVer fly. There isn't enough to  it!"  A lady asked a bystander in front of  the aeroplane shed at Fort Myer this  classic question: "Does it fly that way,  all .naked,"or do they put something  around it ���������*-���������'���������'  Doubtless she had seen balloons, and  thought thv. aeroplane, with its spider-  like web of wire braces and its preject-  ing wings and rudders, was some new  kind of dirigible balloon.  Naturally, the correspondence which  comes to the Wrights is very large.  Many letters are from cranks with  ideas to sell, secrets to lay bare for a  consideration or propositions- to make.  "We would doubtless have been millionaires many times over," laughed Wilbur, "if wo had accepted s0me of those  propositions. Most'of them ask us to  put our experience with the secret of  the correspondent, and build and fly a  machine. The majority oi these *s������t*rets'  are built on the lines of a screw for a  helicopter.  "A man gets an idea that because the  screw is powerful .mechanically, al> one  has to do is to make js big one, point "t  straight up in the air und set it whirling,  to lift a man in a machine. Some of  them want a universal joint, so the  screw ean be inclined.  First ii is to lift us oft* the earth and  them pull us through the air! Of course,  uo thought is ever taken of the amount  of power that this would require, or the  fact   that   helicopters   have   been   tried  25 cents a line.  There you have the three corners of  the triangle.  "I might marry a hard-headed business  man," Clertrude told Etcher one evening,  when he was unusually ��������� pevsisent*. "hut  not a man whose business is his only in-,  crest. Jim, if you onlv showed a spark  of aenthnont���������well, things might be different."  This explanation, which wna .tho."first  really satisfactory one Gertrude Iuul  vouchsafed, made dim Etcher think hard  all the way home. The result-of hi** eoui-  tation is the second *ide of tha trianifle  never necrkcted to answer in good faith,  and it iV ,--:a*d their oo.rrespoad*?uce is  strictly afcUiuk'd to, even when the let-  ttrs are From crank-.  **A factory in Detroit?'' *a:d  Wi4hur,  and tried again, and have never success  fully tiown, nor do these inventors think  of "what would happen if the engine  should stop.  DIFFICULT   FLIGHTS.  "Few people appreciate really fine fly-  ins.'* he went ou. "The general public is  "KNOW?" SXOKiED VERXOY, "itE-  CAUSE 1 WROTK THEM MYSELF!"  in answei- to a qatv-ati'm. "We have no j UOt educated up to a knowledge of what  such plans now. We have a factory at | constitutes ��������� difficult work in the air. 1  Dayton. There nre four men working \ made tbe prettiest flight of my experi-  in fit, arrd they will bv able to take care I ene?. ai Kome. but    no    one   took   any  of the aeroiplanes we expect to deliver iu  this country.  "Out .future work���������that ie*-. what . we  Juivc to do in tihe ���������imnvedia.te fwtejrc���������-is  to fini>s'a tin*-? ti^t---. "���������natTuet the "ffi-  ������.r.s. and thc-n U'ttiMi-d to the business  Kiidc of he aer.oplaivi*, get it on sale and  then go back to Europe for more work  there."' -  .Some one aiski-d the qut*i*tiion: "What  do von think of the .wnim.?tli,aibe future  of the aeroplane? Will it by in war or  sj-nrt, or commerce":"  "Wiar!" iitntwered Wilbur, deckh^Uy.  "Its greatest u������b will count? in military  Inindfi. 1 caiinnot di'scuss its \i>ossilwEtaes  in eemmerce or in sport. That's looking  too far ahead."  It wiill 'be rcniombe-roil that l-.ist year  Orvillo -jx]'ir.ci<i������i'd >lilnisi*ilf as believing  tl.afc the lieroplan^ had a future in  Hporliimg .liutidSi He wan quoted at that  time as wayiing:  "The aporthitt .side of aeropluiiirt <k*vel-  opmemt will, I ht������Kpv<������, ������UTwly follow imd  be qoivM imi on-* wi'tih the exeijurinvcutal  siege, in Which all flying 'machines are  jvt presicnt. The oxhilaraibion of flying  is too keen, the pleasure too great, for  dt to be neghioted as -a sport..  "It wcimw to me thnt itn u-w will be  KomeWhnit wiimiktr to alhe automobile, as  far ��������������������� pleawnre go?s*. t'lvivt is, ���������('.������c.pl'e will  have luimpi.uuvs for p'/.'-aisurrc nTii-. for  fi-Mh n.'v and for ������'ght--wiii.g, perhaps  vecn for tourlni.' w''u*n Garbing devices  nv.' filhe-v earrk'd aUmg or are to bo  found reaAy.lv  nt e-it-upphig ipai������t������.  '���������There will 'lw rawu. I supixise, and  coivt-ryit.-. nnd .many of thimi will bo  beneficial ns well as stimulative to h\-  vfiitive progr^-w, ju-it as r,u*pis ������itd con-  tests have improved the automobile.  'But tV ;������r-e*.iti'sit d-m-elopiiwivt in a sporting line, ii* 1 -see .it. will be for the pure  plea-sun* of flyiivr.  '���������T'iie nVirifc-.-r is Iw.* now than many  iK-oplo iWnk, and the better the motov  U nnrl* the ^af.tv the sport will be. but  it robbed of alll pnssibVlitics of neoident  or ir.iiiii'r.t.. it would lose it* flavor for  the-.* who love spm*'. for sport's .-sake.  ���������*(!* nn automnbile could go fifty miles  an hour on un ordinary road with absolute and perfect safety. f.'W people  would t������re to go. Vw people enrefor  milroarl ^pn-d :���������> n pleasure', it is ,iust  n means (,f gettlnir ther-.-. It is the spice  of uncertainty, of i< pnssilile nccUlent,  which m:iV:*-s ������wi(i niilomobillng hii (ireut  ������ pkiiKtiri'. nnd it will lie the same wny  with tin* aeroplane,  "While I firmly ludiwe tliiiut noro-  planing will shortly !>.��������� ns safe n menns  of travel, of sport, ur of observation as  any other tnenns of inmliMii swift loco-  mdiion. I do not believe it will ever  Ih* a tame (.port."  '���������While 1 firmly believe thut. noro-  ,-, s ton mur-U pnblii'Uy. "I'liblieil-.V hliH  retarded tin* d������'V"'li'|iiiii'ii1 ������'t 1'iy������������;* ������������'V-  *:���������.���������'. ;��������� ar-." he ������ni������l. "It has nionsi'il  ko much puliH'* interest thnt it iunl������'.s it  (liffictit to wink and to exprriment. And  all too often wlint you nay is niiH-  quoted."'  OIIVII.1.K A Ul'MOniST.  A few days ������u<i n repoiter who hnd  In en assigned to the flights Iuul nil ������������������Interview" with ������>rvll|e. Tin* fiillowiiigdiiy  lie inked the ^nui iivinloi lvli.it hi  Thought of tlu* story. Orvllle, ton, Iiiih  a ury wil nf hi������ i������������>r>. "���������' rrjid :l with  lunch i������it**r������*H*,*' In* ������uld, ���������'nnil I couldn't  find ������ thing in it I Iuul ever siild!" The  Huiivrlned rejinrter jiroU-sti-il. "I know  you diiin i i������ii$ mi (ii.im- iiiii.h-. '.ii i.u,"  \,i- -tamrwr'*'!, "lm' *������ Uit ������f rlu-ni tven*  publiMlied In hoiiu* N������*w V<irk |iupers nnd  I unppoKed th������,y were no, hu 1 nueil "ein!"  Tho flying ituieliinfl im n ini'dinnUm  tlio  (tlmpllclty of which i������  all  in  it������  speei  ial note of them'as being different  iron*, ethers.  **t remember one time when a motion  picture man was at work. He had been  following the machine about the field  with his lens, so that when the pictures  were reproduced the machine stood still  in the air and the ground moved. I  told him to keep his- machine still for a-  change and I would fly in his field of  view.  . ���������      ,. .':���������'.  "So I got/"into the.air and turned a";lot  of small circles, which is a difficult  thing for .a flying machine to do. But.I  never heard any special comment on that  flight."  A great deal has been written about  the famous young inventors, their modesty and their remaining absolutely unspoiled by all tlie medals, honors arid'  adulation they have received. It is  literally true.  Neither brother wants publicity, both  prefer to be let alone, and both are  simple and xinaffected in conversation)  whether talking to a president or a reporter. Neither wastes words, and both  work hard when there is work to be  done. From their manner after their  most successful flights no one would im-  i\{*ine that in their own opinion they had  accomplished anything above the ordinary.  EXERCISE.  That  is  the  One   Panacoa  Our Ills,  for    All  Tht* recent assertion of a prominent  physician tlint 00 per cent, of the busi*  iias* nnd ���������professional men in American  cities ato sufferers from functionnl  heart trouble or chronic indiigesitjon,  siiraily because they will not take nny  br.dily exercise, brings homo ono of the  most, astonishing truths of the present  day, and one thnt should be recognized  by every man and woman in thp'country.  Kvi'ry il-.iy the metropolitan... .pivptM'rt  contain scores of noticcH of tlm illnesi  of lawyers, bankers, merchants and others of Uheir kind,,wha have boon forced  into retirement hy the conWnual strain  of hualnoAH without the saving ant'dote  of physical trn-iniug, wtys Tho Hook-  kt-epc-r. Any day when lvuiHliuyi,n Is at itm  height a phvfliclan can point out wores  of moi) on the directs and dn offlcohuild-  lings who nro willow and Irvltiiible witli  ri-crvmiH dlsordoiw, nnd any prmon mny  iW'������ hnnilroilvi of old o,n<l young men  liurrylng nbout Uliolr dally voutlne with  drawn faces and staring oyos, nlmoHt on  the verge oT collnipso,  Tn almost evory bank, Rtoro and office  in tlio city nro iilcrk.H with hollow chestA  and trembling linnds, whow liibivrs nre n  pcnwtrtiit *tvn*n". upon tilwmn. nnd who������n  li-'iMiie brings no re-ntpcratiini, All of  tluso nre truly going the "pace that  killls," In a mhor!. Mmo, no matter  whnt the number of their years may he,  tiny will be deomplt old liicn, lludr vigor sacrificed In the ruch nnd ������.trivia of  husincs'i. And the pun neon for all tlheso  "IN ii* ��������� <'Xcr<.*isc,  NOT RO FAll OUT "KITIIKU,  (TvOTulnri SUil.)  Tlm teacher wiih giving n g<'nj*lftphy  1.Y.S';."., r.r.,i the da-,., tiaving tirtveibCl  from biiiihiii lo bihimlor, and from  TlwiMnly to Tlinbiudoo, wns Ihornnnhly  worn out. "And now," mild the teacher,  "������<; {.nail to f.'i-rjiir.ny, thnt hnporln'rit  country governed l������y the Kaiser. Tommy  JotieR, what Ih a 'KalHor'Y"  "Plcttno ������m," yawned Tommy .Tonct*,  "(i Htroiim o* hot water uprlngln' up an*  dUturbln' tho cuith."  reaching iionald Yernoy. Etcher feu  upon him in liis kick hait bedroom as he  was revamping a rejected quatrain.  "Just what l came to se-a ybu a'OJut,"  he said, catching sight of the "manuscript  in the poet's hands. **Ys?ino.y, old man,  tell me how yon do it,''-y    "���������        '  "I can't," replied Vernoy, sententious-  ly; "nobody can.. Youyjnst feel'it am1,  then you write. If you're not born tha-  way there's no u*e. trying."  "Just what I feared," sighed the lovelorn Etcher. "Verhoy, what'li you take  for that you're writing���������that roundelay,  or whatever yoii call it'r"  "This?" said Ronald. "Why, what usj  would it be to you?"  "Never mind the use. How much"!"  "I have offered it to the Pink Peacock for $15," replied Yernoy. lii refrained from saying that the Pink Fwteoek  has promptly rejected .his offer in its  cii-stb-iniirv printed phrase.  ���������'I'll give. you.$20 for it," said Etcher,  pulling out his purse." '*'���������'  "It's yours," said Vernoy, passing it  over, "but you must promise not to use  it in connection with niy name."  "Nothing is further from my Jnten-  tion," declared tho hardware merchant.  The,real significance*;'of Etcher's.parting . speech. Aid not dawn upon Ronald  Yernoy until two ������������������afternoons hiti*r,,whon  h<������ discovered the bartered nuiiitraln. on  the little writing desk in Miss ^lien's  reception room. To his intense indignation his lines had been copied in another  hand and beneath thom was tin* signature "Jim." ���������  Of course there was only one thing  for an honorable man to do in n case like  this.   Jim Etcher had resorted to .underhanded means to forward his suit, ,!;When  I Miss Allen entered the room Vevn'py lost  I no time in explaining how sonic designing villain had imposed upon her iuuo.  cent love of poetry and ronianco,  "But how do you know thut the person who ftont me these, lines did not write  tlieni?" ������ho asked, with a peculiar look.  "Know?" snorted Vernoy���������it was a refined, poetic kind of ������. snort���������"heisaiiBO  I. wrote them ���������myself."-  "Jim," said Gertrude, when Etolicr  called that evening, "Mr. Vernoy Hiiy������ hn  wrote, that vorse you sent, mc and sold it  to  vou.    In tii nt true?"  Jim Etcher turned fiery red. "Uor-  tiiKl'o," he said, "I thought I'd ho willlng  to do anything to gi>t you, even tell n  lie j but when you look ut mo liko that  itfe ho use trying. "I can't. Yes, Vernoy  wj'otfl'lbnt poetry. Is it veully tin hcnti*  tlfiil?" :-.  Gertrude moved a step cUhpi' heforo  she replied i  "Jim, It's the sickliest moek'seniltnenl,  T eyev read. VIf you Iuul wiitten it IM  lujvev movvy vnn if yop worn the lust  their back yard."  "If he is as rhasty at digging up our  tulips and dahlias as the other was, he  is a dead dogl" X exclaimed, savagely.  Peets' dogs were a sore topic with us.  \Ve lived in the suburbs and were trying;  to make believe it was a home instead  of a mere dormitory.  Poets lived next to us and had one  antiutionyin life, just one; and that was  comprehended in the one word, "Dog."  When he couldn't own a dog he was  sure to tako one to boiird, l\c said. Quite  often he found ������ stray dog (V) and returned it to the owner when a reward  was offered. Some said Pcets made a  living that way. Anyway, dogs seemed  to gravitate to Peets.  "Birds of a. feather 1" my wife said.  Hut the trouble arose from Peels' dogs  infringing neighborhood rights, as when  some lovelorn gentlewoman (log in Veota'  dogmatory wailed in the darkness;.'or  watchdogs with chronic insomnia warned  of sus|tccU'd binglaries. And to add to  the trials and tribulations already inflicted on the neighborhood by Pects'  nggregiition. all the "strays" for blocks  around would'congregate to assist in  these nightly choruses.  I freely admit that Poets had a natural good taste in selecting dogs, and kept  it well cultivated. He managed to have  many fine specimens of all the popular  breeds in course of the year.  He had one tawny collie of an especially joyous aud friendly nature. His  'care for my. prosperity was unusually  active even for a dog. So, when he saw  my wife plant her bulbs iu the g������ad,  glad spring time, and a poverty acre of  city soil, he at once conceived the idea  of * aiding her civic pride for a city  'beautiful and collaborated in the good  work by planting a collection of old  bones with them.  Lack of experience, and a.-short, course  at the agricultural college made his well-  meant efforts amateurish. Lying on top  of the scanty soil, the bulbs were ruined  before we realized the damage was  done. A dozen bulbs at 50 cents to $1.50  each rather filled my bump of com-  batativeness with red blood. Not but  what iny wife contributed some womanly  tabasco to the inflammation.  T assaulted Peets with some selected  at random verbiage. Peets. eame back  with a compound fracture of the slang  dictionary. I averred he was the worst  dog in his kennel. He excused me from  growling at his any further-^didn't associate with curs!:  There was a heated coolness between  onr families from that date.  Finally my wife planted gladiolus in  the dahlia sepulchre and -fertilized the  soil with hope. I think she failed to  resurrect all those dry bones.".Doubt-"  less their "offence was rank and smelied,  to heaven," thus attracting Peets' newest favorite to his undoing.  "My gladiolus are up .just lovely,"  wife remarked one*<day as she poured  my last eup of tea. "I. dont want them  ruined."  She left the table and went to the  window.  "Oh, Frank! there is that abominable  yellow dog digging up my bulbs this  minute!" ,  I sprang up, rushed to my den. and  came out with my gun, inserting a shell  as Iran.-  '  Flinging open the door, sure enough,  there he was, a handsome fellow, who  looked at me with a waggish twinkle  in his eye, and a still more waggish wave  of his tail.  1 planted a charge of heavy shot between his eyes. . He fell dead withdut  I. looked at Peets. Tlie first smile of  the conference broke across his face aa  lu*: softly winked ajt ime aaid looked a|  the fiats of his relative.      Y f  "This dog toolt the 'blue ribbon at the  ln-st bench  slhow,"  volunteered Peets.  Then a great light dawned upon ine. i  I   remembered   the  dog  and  the  little j  boy  Vyitili 'him  at   t'heysliaw,  and howl  friendly Wo:became.   No doubt the dog  recalled me wflien     'he saw me appear  with a gun.  I consulted a hnwyer���������$15 extra���������amd  settled with Peets at $10 a week.  My wife tvnd I spend our vacaition in  town now.  No, we arc not doing ao to protect  our gladiolus bed. Bulbs lack interest.  Do you wish to buy a fine suburban  home?���������-Chicago Sunday Tribune.  TKE GIRL AND THE GAME.  He took her to the ball game, and when  they had found their places,  He showed her where the players -stood  and told about the bases;  With patient  care he showed her that  the umpire did not play,  Explaining that on every point he had  the final say;  He pointed out the benches    where the  rival players sat,  And made it clear that  "club"  is not  the same thing as a hat.  She thanked him prettily, and said   Bhe  thought that it was* splendid  r.o have tke chance to see a' game and  be bo well attended;   .  And when he carefully set forth     the  pitcher's plan and aim.  She thanked him once again, and said  That she was= glad she came.  He told why  the main  was   . out, and  showed her how a fly  When    caught      before it    struck    the  ground  would make hun out,   Aand  why.   y .  An Englishman and an Irishman- wero  overheard discussing Miss Annette Kel-  lennann and her "Diving Venus" act at  the Fifth Avenue Theatre recently. Said  the former:  A "She came nearer swimming the Channel than anybody ever did."  "How close did she come?" inquired  the Irishman.  "Eleven miles."  "Which coast?"  "The English, I think."  "Then,     begorra,    that    was  enough."���������^Success Magazine.  CiOSS  He did not give her any chance to ask  a single question;  He analyzed the .game for her without  -   the  least   suggestion,  Wi^th finger pointed at; the men, he  showed how it was done;  Showed how the coacher signaled to th&  men to stay or run.'; .  And while with cheers the very air abovo  the field was jarred,  He showed her how to mark the run upon the. little card.  She smiled ai gpntle smile, and said ������he  wished  she had his knowledge,  That she had tried to play the game one  y year at VSmassar College-  He grinned in. pity, then he told in measured terms and  slow.  The inner motives of the game as theu  and tlaeere: on show.  Then  came   the ninth;  the score     was  tied;two out, the bases full,  And every rooter in the stand exerting  .-��������� psychr-j ptdlv    AV .A:''x.  A long clean hit to    centre��������� and    a  tumult oh the* bleachers,  With men in wildest voices shouting like  to crazy, creatures���������.  And she! Oh, she -was on her feet ahd  yelling all the  while A  In accents that you. could have heard,  I'm sure];V.for half a mile 1  "Oh, run !  Ice- wagons! ��������� Itun 1     Run!  Run!" ~ Her tones wero shrill and  loud,  And soared above the roaring and    the  shrieking ofthe crowd.  ft V was left for the exhibitor of a  phonograph in the streets of Utrecht,  according to an American traveller, to  put the finishing touch to the wonderful  invention,  There was the sound of a military  band in full blast, and then suddenly  the tune Estopped, and "Halt!" rang  hoarsely out upon the air.  "Who's that interrupting the concert?" flippantly inquired the American,  edging close to the operator.  "That," aaid the man, surveying him  blandly, **was the voice of Napoleon  Bonaparte,, giving the order at the battle  of Waterloo."���������Youth's Companion.  A mellow old lawyer, who used to live  on the banks of the Androscoggin, was  famous for his fine distinctions. But  often after the shades of night had fallen  the squire, might have been seen struggling home so boozy that he apparently  could not split a shingle,, to say nothing  of a hair. One night, when he was  drunker thau usual, he staggered completely out of hia'course, and could not  find it. Realizing that he was lost and  drifting into unfamiliar regions, he called at a. house to ask for information.'  "Madam," he gravely said to the lady  who came to the door, candle in hand,  "can you tell Chic) me where Squire  Blank lives?" "Certainly," she said, and  gave him full directions. But as she  talked and looked, and as her candle  gradually brought out the features o������  the man before her, a puzzled expression  came into her face, and she finally  asked: "But isn't this.Squire Blank?"  "Madam," replied the old lawyer, assuming a judicial air,'that is entisaiy flue)"  immaterial."���������Cleveland Leader-  A  man in a  southern town    sued   a  certain    railway    for. several thousand  dollars  for  injuries  received  iu  a, collision, and after the jury had returned  a   verdict  in  his  ^ivor, he   we    to   his  lawyer to make arrangements for    obtaining the sum.    Upon arriving at the  lawyer's office, the man was ushered in ]  and seated himself by the lawyer's side.  "I have come  for myV money," said the  'man.;. The lawyer, with a broad grin on  his ' countenance,, said: "My dear   man;  after' all expenses  have been  ^Kiiu^and  1 have received payment for mv services  I find that I have $1 left.   Here it is."  This caused  a downcast expression   ou  the man's fsice, and as the lawyer was  about to hand him the dollar, he^said:,  ''What is the matter with this?    Is it  ���������had?"--,-  man on eavth."  . You enn gucHH tht* Q. E. .!*).  Reduces Railroad, Fire.  Tho Knnnas Oity llnilrond, which  piiiiHert tlivough the National oprost. of  tlio United Strttea ForeHt .Siirvico, Iiiih un.  iloi'taken an httorcwtliig pieco of work  with tlio view of reducing tho nunvhov of  flroa in the dlBtrict. The entire right of  way of tlm railroad will be cleaved of nil  InfWmniublo. maturinl for ������ ilintanoa of  BOt'eet on ������adi Hide of Die hacks and  wlumi uilvlwhlo llu; hnul will he l>n������'no-������l  off for ai* additional distance of 100 feet.  The work will hn Htiporvlm'il by tho of*  fielalH of tlio Foil-out Service, AfU-r the  work of clenrlnig luw Iioimi eomplobed tlu>  oloiiroil lniiid will )*C'iiiii.lu uiiiUu* govwn*  ment i^ilinioge nnil employN'g of the  noi'vleft will bo fttalloncd nlong the length  of tho I Inn Uirougli the lemMviiUon, A  tolephono plant will bo iiwtiilled for Uip  exrlu������*Jv������i um; of the Fore.a Dimarttunnt,  --  ��������� ���������^��������������������� .  ,*Vc^, our <Wloi������ blllvt wcrf ho htgl  that hiiHhuiid thought our dnnghler .liino  had ln>tt������r marry a doctor ho im to liuve,  oiio in tlm family, lie'** a reul HiieecrtHful  df)x"lor, tr>f>. But thore'ti n very ftlilllV  jok������ connected with U." "('iiti't you toll  it?" "Why, y������K, it niii't any himut. You  hco, wa didn't know until aft������r tliey  woro married that ho wn*������ a homo Joe-  tor/'���������Clevelarid Plnln Doalor.  a struggle.  "Good offhand nuairtetman!" jmJid  Beet'."*. I lookied that way. PeeUi stood  on luis back .porch oalmly (smoking a cigar.  - "Take care of your <log in ten minutes, or I wiill telephone tihe garbage  man," 'I.smoNbcd.'  "No, I'll tic-h'phone the owner. Tho  dog doesn't belong to unc," replied P-eola-  A moment later 'his'telephone wna hot  wJtli words.  "J. ouiight. him nt tihe depot," culiled  IVf'tos to me, affaibly. "Great luek! Ite  luM'i* in ten imlnatos."  lu \vm than that timo I ������iwv a well-  known pugHiist, fainous for his lovo of  'li'glircliLss dogu and winner of ihiany blue  ribbons, wwing down blw* wtroot and turn  to my door,   1 met liinn Dlvpre.  "Whnit'H tilvk I ilvear about your shooting Fiilo?" the a������ked, with a Uvrlll in lih-  voiei.,<  "1 nliot Pecits' yellow dwg for diggl'iig  U|i my wife's glndiolus bullw," Hiiid 1.  Villi* (rthfiv yellow cur dug up ."hor 'I'uli-'  Huh. I luivoAput. up wjth Peota and bin  enrs too long I"  "(V'uii-i!" exeltiinted he, hohly.      "You  don't know a A&dlialunul     from a toy  wpnillel."  "Wiliovo fe'Pldor  "Tho .dog I, ������ilK>t .llrm by IiIk work, and  I dimvattd ltls rwnovivl ������.t oncol"  Wo wont avnivrt'd to tilto hunk ynnl and  all of tlio flevccnoHH died out of tin* man  n ml a grout Horrow flooded nil liirt faee.  "Pool* Fido! Poor old follow!" said he,  kneeling down and Htrokhig tho blood-  stu lived fueo of Mm allont friond.  "A kinder friend, fl. more 'Intelligent  dog novor lived. He wan Mwi trusted  wmipiiivloji of our Utthi Hoy. Ho diled a  month ago-��������� My God, man, how onn 1  over loll M-nr'y?"  The tAiim w^re rolling down his  cliei-k*. liiiehi'cked, 1 tni'iuvil n.\\ay, .i  mi'iiit, lump In my Wiroat, nnd thero  Rtoml my wlife, tho tearM on 'her chocks  rirt well.  Peritfl nnd 'IiIh wife emme ovor. Penta  ivl������o knelt down by thi* silent ono and  wpok'e lu a low voice t  , "I'm wretched ������.orry, Will, The hoy  let him out when T vvn.H away, T hnd  jufit como homo and wn������ going out to  look for him Allien I heard lira wliot."'  The man arose ������n<l turiu'd to PcuIh.  ut rely on you in ������en> V\t\o hm proper  ^inial," ii������.j ftivld, hrokcnly. "t imtftt hft������-  l^in 'Ix) lilio futntloiu Wo ������,r������ on our way  to my "wlfii'ii* old Hi omo to hivvo our MtMo  glrl'm llfo with country air, il( wo way,"  ������ii������i ������.,-,iid Ui toe.  "I ������^k your wlfo to write to my wlfo  Ho never said a word as they walked  homeward ifrom. the game,'  But for a woek. or'so tho world was aot  to hini tlie same.  ���������Milhur D. Neshit, in Chicago jpoat.  GEORGE P.'S START IN LIFE.  It is interesting to note how -lion.  G. P. Graham, one of the shrewdest and  most efficient members of the Laurier  Cabinet, first got his start in life. At  school he was a diligent pupil and excelled in English composition,- Ho was  a rural pedagogue for a year, but finding the life too slow, gave it up, and  entered a general store in the village  of Morrisburg. Theif he spent somo  months behind "the ebiintw jiarcolllng  sugar, butter,-cotton, shirts ,and over-  allH.''  One dny his father, the lato Rev. W.  IT, Graham, who was then a MiMhodist  liiiniHtcr stationed in the miigliboiing  town of jMorrisburg, drove to IroqnoU  and culled his* son to the front of the  shop. , ,./ ���������  "George," he mild, "do you know  whnt -l have done'/ T have hought out  thn Morriaburg Ilevnld for you, and 1  want you to take hold and run It,"  "Thank you,, father," answered the  youth., "I will do my bent to nutko a  fuicocBB of tho paper."  Tlio plant was out of date, nnil the  place generally horn do cioinbat, Ills  father had made only a small payment  down, but the young iiiiin mil lo work  wlltih <ln!'torni1,natlon nud cncTgy, and  things began to move,   Tn'iv few yeat-H  Teacher���������Now. children, who was it \  came  after X'harles  l.r  Bright Boy���������-Please, miss,. the execu-'  tioner.���������Boston Transcript.  A western newspaper man visited I  Washington, recently and told the fol-,1  lowing story on former RepresRiitativoj  Anios .1. Cummings, of New YorkiWho"!  was once oity editor of the Sun. On������j  Saturday night it was juinouncedythnta  all the saloons were to be closed' hijxt'j  ilay. ' ;'."..'. ;���������������������������'       Vy.yVyy'yy  CuiumiugH called his star "reporter^  Murray.' y     ���������       .   ..." A'Y '".Vi;.--."������������������������������������'������������������.'  "Tom," he   said,   "go. out  to-morrq-v  and find Out if the saloons are sell*  "..liquor.",' '������������������,'-  It was  Thursday  when  Tom    a;j  api>eiircd :it the city desk. I  "They were,"    he   reported.��������� Sue  Mugnzinc.              , ���������  ... _������������������'. #>>   1 EXAGGERATION.  |Mrt>, rankUuret lias written to the fmjierl  to snv Unit the imprlBoncd Sutfragottca hum  never bitten the Holloway wardrcaaoB,   It aixl  wears   that 'thev   hove  only  kicked  them.lfJI  What   tnraUlddles  people  tell! ,  .'What. Hor tho prcaw dollglita lu w "j  No SuftrnRottcs, condomned to dwell  in llolloway'H moat noisome coll,  Huvo ovor inado a wardreBH yell  Hy blUns,  nellove me, J;htB Is not the oaso, .  Tliey only kicked tier In tlio fnue.  It fires my wrnth, It stlrn nty Ball,  To noto how Ilea nro manutuaturod'  "I wuh not by SuftriiBottoa nt all  Tlint, diirJiiK thoir iiiont rocont brntrl,  T}i������ oftluo wludowa hi WhltoliuU  Woro .trnclurod,  Thc>-  throw  the bricks���������but tot thnt pttiM'1  H wiui tlio brloliu Unit, broke tho olaao.    'I  How   pooplo do oxiiRgoroto!.  Ono fnblo hooh bogota nnotliorl  For hiHtuiico, I luivo .hoard folka elnto  Thut thoy hnd aoiiii mo turow a pintti,  Two dumb-bolts ana a papor-woiglit,  At mothert       ���������'.,,-���������'"���������.'' ���������XYXXy-:  Tho utory in, ot oourno. untruo,,r .., ,\."  It wna n tonpot that I throw.:       -Vxx.  ���������Tin alao fii-lao,  I do doolaro,  ,       ,  Tlint (aa tho kimppra Raid on Monday)  I Molzod my" liofltoim by tlio liair,  At   luncheon   In   OnrtOKim   flauore,  And luirlod Hot* hondloiiR down tho allr  . liMt Suiidrfy*.   ���������       ���������  .,-���������.,.. .. (I  dniKgod  lior down one fllffht,  I own  the debt wiih cleared off and the pro- i.Sho foil tho other tlvo nlono).  perty grently  Impvoved,   The   juvenile  proprietor lm������  a taslo  for  public  life,  and first entered upon    hit*-- BueoeRsful.  career   uh a  public  mnn   hy becoming  a member of thn village oomioll. ITo din  ehnrged those duties no well Unit aftor-  iiniil.s Ailvuiicenieiil wuh easy flind trnpld.  ���������Toronto Satnrdity Night.  -^>r^*������  The Plaint of n Modern Author.  Iho tho woodn have Bhod thoir leavoH,  Or tho Hwallowri think of flitting,  J'Jvo thoy garner all tho Hheavtw,  Whllo the nnnsldo wo aro quitting i  TCro tho Rrn������n linn* lout Its greon,  live tlio blackbird hooUh tho thicket,  Km tho  football flold l������ Heoti.  Y,Hf wo CCflOCtO piny at erielrel,;  With tho. Rohlan flowor* ahlamn,  And tho balmy hreezen ealllng,  T muHt conjure up the days  Whon tho cold whito flake* nro  Ing i  While on laden IiourIiii T giiinno  nil-  With tho garden in ito glory,  nnd hivnlt (jIiIh *nd nown nn only womon i Quite a mianou hi udvuiwc  oau.  "Tho dnmngo you, will ewittlo     with  I munt wrlto my OhrUtman story.  <���������PaU .Mall flhwotto.  0 follow-proaomen, prny coatlno  Yournolvos   to  faotn,   nlnooro  convlnotH  nofOro tho publio takca that lino  Which rnnltoa tho Lan(n)dowiior������ decline  Tu. bwnllow, tlilnga without a ulrm ,-���������  Ot "wlnoliiBl"      , tit  ���������   :,������������������!,-.   .    ������ % , ������ ���������     ���������  A hIokIo lunar you   trantippse,  VViid Wlnatoir Into "Mlnuod *ua" grownJI  ��������� ���������*-.,, _-������*<*���������*$  Iritturanco for 8pln������tert. i"  In Coiwrilingon a woll-lcnown nr(  Mine. Wloho-fiorony, lma ]md tlm i1]  of founding an hinnranoo oompany wljf  should draw its oUcnta only from won!  ihene lndlen nro to pay a decent prfl  jum against tho podafhllity of flndinflM  liual\n>t,l * Mil  Jiuahaud.  n  Hhould nny of tho inaurod lndicn im  ry boforo thoy nro 40 yearn of ago ii  lum������ all thu iiioiioy thoy paid In,     '''  ofoourao would honofit tho otlior poll  holders of the Insurance company. Af.]  reaching 40 yonr* of ago ovory wof  Who in ittauivtl i.lM������i! lunula^ an iuijl  for Uf������, the *������ir.t*tit of which' ������H11 'h*r  torminod by Uw *j)roralum������ . whlbhl  ���������rtllnhle.  IIMIIII  ijij^^^l^ir.���������-������������������^ih'l^'tMITljrtr^  iSffmg^m^mWli  ^'V������*t>^^wr^HiHH**.*.ir'. -?Z ",VV. XX'A A^X *<"��������� r :,wtt ?A\y ; v *7v.y*A^c,<t'^^yw/AiK'jrs "i&'^y&M'i -f ��������� *~ v*. ', J*\������ ''V*1l f������ "^r^-i w^--1-  ,*>���������. J' - - *--;"' ��������� '���������'"'* '---v.* -\    -.' ^ y - i^x,y"    A  a.,a.    .< s a ' ^>'*i ' " *y     ",-��������� j        '--.y*1' ,  * ' '      .        ���������? ,      v '**     *���������      * ' '       '     ,    -   ���������   *     '���������. .ui       ,   ���������   ,    ;,- j   - . *.,���������.-.* j  \   ,  THE CltJ^l'OK REVIEW  /������-->_  /V*"  w^ "���������yi'-i.>i?SEvl  , ,Xy,yy~4  1    -    .'*i-_  ���������- "*/S������fe  *>  tv r i '*  Y     VY1"!  % ^t    y��������� *  '   ,~  9  V  *' Xxx&i  S    "?    A J- -iff. 1  * t\V?fei  ������ti  -V  -.'"Si  J   M  *- ��������� -.  j- -' *���������  ������' "V  /  i i  B  m  m  \  WATCH   THIS   SPACE  . >A\  B  I  I  I  i *  /  Nelson "Land Distriot���������District ot  West Kooteuay  Take notice tbat I. Sed O. Chatom, of Montreal, Siuebee, mareled woman, intend to ap-  ply-for permission to purchase tbe following  described 'land: ������ .   .   *    . l      . ���������  . Commencing at a poet planted on the north  banlc of Summit Greek about 10 chains south  of the north w������*at corner ol Jb. 8631. thence ������0  ' chains north, thenoe 80 chains west, tbence 80  chains south, or to Bummlt Creek, thence  alone Summit Oresk to point of commonooment, containing WO acres, more or loss.  i    Dated July aand, 1910.' .���������   A        **  BKD O. OHATEM. Applicant  ���������     EDWARD FERGUSON, Agent  Xi i  Nelson Land District���������District or  West Kootenay  Take notice tbat I, John Qtevenson, bf Toronto, OnUrlo, salesman, intend to apply for  permission to purchase the following no*  orlbed lands: '*....������     . ������/.  Commencing at a. post planted about 30  chains from the north bank of Bummlt Creek  and ubnut 7 mlleB fremiti) mouth, tbence 40  chains south, thenoo'.nonalne east or to Hummlt Creek, thence along Summit Creek to  Oeoll aoauehtld's* southeast cornor. thonce 80  chains west to point oroomm������noement, containing 1Q0 aores, more or less.-  *������* JUly������J?l8T������VENBON. Appheant  BDVVAUW PlfiBaUMON, Aeent  Kelson Land District���������District or  West Kootonay  Take notice that I, J. B. Ferguson, of Bock-  aprtng, Ontario, former, intepa to apply tor  permTssion to purchase the following dea<  **rlbed Isinds s  ^Commencing at a post planted at the sonth*  went corner ot Sed. Q. Chatem's annltcation  to purchase, on Summit Creek, thenco 40  chains north, tbence 80 chains.-west, or to  Summit Creek, thence along Summit Creek  to point of commencement, containing S20  acres, more or less.  Dated August 25th, 1010.  J. H. FBRGUSOK, Applicant  EDWARD FERGUSON, Agent  .\r  Nolson Land District���������ibutrlct cf  , ���������      ..WestKqotenay  '"���������Take notice that I, Earl Goodohild, of Tor-  vinto, Ontario, salesman. Intend to apply for  .'permission to puroiiase the following dea-  '   orlbed lands;. *  Commencing at a poitt planted at the south  ' osstoornerof Ktheichstour's application to  pitrehase; thenoe 40 chains west, thenoe 40  chains south, thonoe to clmlns east, or to  HummltOreek, thenoe'along Hummlt Creek  to.point of eoramenoement, containing, 1W  acres, more or loss.  DatedJhiy aut, mo.    ������������������  ,     > KAitL GOODOHILD. Applicant  '        8DWAHD FKHOOHON. Agent  .������ i   i i ���������      ' - - '���������'������������������  Nelson Land District���������DUtrlot or.  West Kootenay ,  Take notloe that I, Rthel chAtein, of Montreal, Quebec, spinster. Intend to apply for  , permission to iiiirouase the, itolloirlug del.  ������rcomi������snoVng ������Va^ ^  jvndono.jmlfmiles distant *tM in unenstorly  ���������'���������.'���������.; dlreeMorttwm tlte moutU o?jpiaoeri0ree't on  the north, bank, of Summit Creek^ thenoe  40 ehatnrweit, thenoe <o ohalns nirth. thenoe  - eha iis^eeet or, to* Hummlt Creek, tiienee  Nelson Land DiBtrlob���������District of  West Kootenay.  Take notice that I, Fred. Qoodchlld. of Toronto, Ontario, merchant, intend to apply ror  permission to purchase the following described lands: ��������� ������ -  Oomraenelnp at a post planted at tho northeast corner of L 8881, near Summit Crook,  tbence 40 chains north, thenoe 70 chains west,  thenoe 40 cbatns south, thenoe 70 chains east,  to point of commencement, containing 280  aores. moreorjesa.  Dated August, 26th, 1010.  FRED GOODOHILD, Applicant  EDWAHD FERGUSON, Agont  1  Kelson Land District���������District of  West JCootenoy  Take notice that I, Junes Chatrsj, cf Montreal. Quebec, ouglneor, tfitend to apply for  permission to purohaso the following described lands: ' - "  Commencing at a post planted onthe north  bank of Summit Oreolt, about 13 miles from  tbe mouth of said oreek, thence ito ohalns  wost, thenoe oo ohalns north, thenoe 80 chains  east, or to Hummlt Creek, thenoe along Mum-  mil Crook tu point oi oonitnenoeinent, oon-  talnlng ISO aores, moroor'loss.  Dated July aand, 1010.  ;  JAMBS OHATEM. Applicant  EDWAHD FICUQUSoif, Agent  Nelion Land District���������District ot  West Kootenay.  Take notice that I. Matilda Stovecaon, of  Toronto, Ontarla, married woman, intend to  *PPly tor permission to purchase the following described lands  "oromenclng at a *~-..  roomer of J. B, Vergi  thence 40 chains north, tbence 40 ebaine east,,  Commencing at a post planted at the south-,  utoornerof J. B, Ferguson's pre-emption,'  oast  thence 40 chain* south, thence 40 chains west.'  to point of commencement, containing 180  acres, more or less. '-  Dated August 26th, 1010.  MATILDA STSV2SNSON. Applicant  XDWAHD yERGOBON, Agent  NelBon Land District���������Distriot ot  Went Kootenay.  Take notice that I. Flossio Obatem, or Montreal, Queboo, spinster, Intend to apply for  permission to purohaso the following described lands: <  Commencing at������ post plantod on Summit  Creek at tbo southwest corner or. J.,B. Ferguson's pre-emption, thenco 40 ohalns north,  thonoo40 chauiB wost, thenoe 40 chains south,  thence 40 chains east, to point or commonoe-  mont, containine 180 aores, more or less.  Dated August Sstli.lUlO.  FLOSSIE OHATEM, Applicant  1JBDWARD FERGUSON; Agent  is now open for Lodgers and .Transients  Room������ by the Day, Week or Month  at Reasonable Rated  All the ,rooms are "well   furnished, and special  attention is given to the comfort of our  guests.     Hot and Cold Baths.  FIRST CLASS HALL FOJl BSNT  1  CRESTON  40  alom  ^Ju,,������������**a55.i  I.-.'*-.'.  Xy u,; ���������'.Nelson Land DIstrlot-DUtriotof  y ;���������':.,:;.���������. *;y ,-.. . ,yWMt KoOtOlity    ,  i  tikinotleethatl.KlheiLaok^  'onto,Ontario,spinster,,intend, to apply for  permission to iitireliose the following des-  orlbed lunds;  Oomm  eaNtoorl.  purohaie^   chains east, thenoe 40 o  Nelson Land DUtrlot���������District oi  West Kootonay .*>*  'Take notloe that I, Mlanohe Goodohild; of  Toronto, Ontario, inorohant. intend to apply  for.permission to purobaso the iollowlipg oes>  ^^^atapa.tpl.n^.boutn.^  inTlee ivoiii the moutli or (Juinmit Crook and  about 400 ftit'norttisriy Aronr nald oreek,  thenoe ao,chains north, tMnoe 9Q ohalns east,  Ihense uo.ehalnn south, thencqflo chains west.  to point, or wuumeuooment,  conuinlng  vv.  July flond, IftlO.  imsnoliigat a post planted at the south,  lorher of J. Jl. irnrgiisln's ujipllcatlon to  lase, thenoe 40 chains north, thenoe 40  chatnu north, thenoe 40  lo oiialne south, tbenee 40  chains wsst. to point or twmmenoejnenit, con-  ' ! jig |8o aorfi. more or less,  DaiedJuly81st.ljiio..-' .���������-;.:.   ���������..-     .  '.^..n.-j ........������nr.   -pniieant  m^massm^i  jmrneucliirataiioitplanuidattheftoutli.  . eornsr of Karl dondetilld1! application to  ���������has*; thonoe 40 chains west, thenoe1,40  MelsonLand pIstrlot-Dlstrlot oi  :-y y     i West Kooteuay  ' 'i'ako ������<oll^������ llittt I. r.������ri5 Cuv������.i������i.������i, of Toronto, Ontario, printer, intend to apply Mr  permission to purohaie the following des  ur(b������tJi *���������������������������������������������.  east  Surehos*v  halni south, thenoe 40 ohalns east or to Hum*  mit or������������W. tbenee alonr "summit Creek to  point or pomiuenoemsut, oouuumug im aoree  fnnrw ������m> r������es.        ........... ���������....,../. . ,r   ..,,..  Dated JoliL^iStM'iu*.-^-.*^ " * --^ua^*  x{' X]xXXAXXA''YixX'Xx"''x ;X  >*m*M)m*m*mmm*m*mkiiikmm  !   Nelson I*ndDijtrlot-blstrlotbr  :"y.'Yv'V    .���������.,:'y:!!-W������tJ(^^nay,Yy'-.'' ..!v;  Take notice thet I. Vina Goodohild, of Tor*  onto. Ontario, married woman, lnteud to ap*  niy for permission to purchase tho^followlng  desorlbed lutiae r :,;,,:.;���������;.';. v.-i', Y'^'. 'i:.v,y,-.'';:������������������,'. ���������'"���������   ���������  Ciommeiiolng aUa post planted hear Hum  mlt ,Cra������k, aCoulr-olie. nflle wesuriy��������� from  southwest enrner or Hlnnnhe' Ooodehird1*' application to puroiiase, tkenoe ao ohalns uarlii,  llienoe 40 chains east, thettne Oo eiinlns' sonlh,  tbenee 40 chains west, to -point of eommenoe������  ment. conUlnljiglO aores, more or less.  llonnt  Dated Inly ���������Sr.d.lOip.  _  Notice* of Application for  Renewal  of Llcitior Llconaefl       '''..,  Talto TTotlco that I, A, JMftrth, of ������J������dftr, B.O  Intend applying to the Superintendent of  Provinoial Polio* at Victoria, at the exnlra-  tion of one month from, .the date,, nereof. tar  Uteronewalor the roull liquor llcenssbuld  by me tor the premises Known as the Mlrdar  Motel, eltustiA at Hlrdar, B.O.  Dated at Sirdar, U.O,. Auguauatbj lWOj  A First Glgss Entertainment  Don't forccot the MoGolloy ontortalu-  ment in the Mercantile Hall,, on Saturday ovoning the24th inst. .Thli enter*  taininont haa o. good program and yon  should not wiao it. Tho following testimonial Bpoakii for itse If:  ������������������I feolit not only a duty, bnt a tool  plooauro for mo to comply with the Ladles Aid Sooiety of myolinrob in giving  you on expression of thoir deep appreciation of your retnoily for ihe ���������hlneH'  par oxoellenoo. T^ly youi* .intorpreta-  tlon of Jamos Whltoomh BUey'e/ droll  poems was gi von in a masterful manner,  overy selection being a genuine monta^  tonio���������-a suro euro for mental Q>s^ej()tl(is.  ������������������On behalf of the hdles of this chnroh  I thank jrouV,f6r' ^^x^^'^J^^  and most sincerely trost you n),ay ere  long giro ns auother mnsioal treat on  yonr old trusty, the violin.a;;v y..; X  * 'Wherever you go your entertainment  will wrinkle the stoical, tlokle the mor*  osp,, stralghton the crank, kink the  mirthful, enliven the langald, oheer the  thoughtfulf teaoh the w������t, ohas* de*  proMion, ohoat timo rind tub tho grate*  yard.1' '��������� ������������������  A'yXxY- Vsry slnoerely yonrs, ���������  ���������; '->: ��������� ��������� 'Hrv. l>r.'Wof.,w>'itD  Harlem, Mont.  '  CURTIS AEROPLANE FLYING t  ,|  I AT ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.  Tie Nelson Fruit F*ir  Wednesday,  Thursday anid^Fridny^  September 38th, 29th and 30th, sore tho  dates for the Kelson Emit Fair this year  and we believe, that elaborate yrepsra-  tions are belhg made tot tho entertainment of visitors to the 8th Annual Fair,  Prize monoy, to the extent of over -98000  has been offered by the directors, for  competition iu the different sections,  whioh will assure exhibits of tho best of  their kind in the -Kootenay.   In th������mnt-.  ter of free attractions, assurance has  been given that they will surpass ������uv-  thlng iu this lino ever attempted In tho  interior,   largo 'appropriations   having  been set aside far thnt purposo, land arrangements have been made for < the  |ftpp������fdraneo of'soverol of tho highest  olassaots available.    For lumbermen,  prizes ore offered for log ohopplng and  log sawing, while for miners a purse of  $450 has toon put up for rook drilling.  It. Gowloud Soruton received by la*fc  overseas mail a handsomo scroll, certify*  ing to his enrolment as a certified accountant by examination with tho London Association of Accountants.  yy^yyyNOTlOB,',,,,'; '���������'.  All parties indebted' to the under-  signed kindly' call %nd' settle '.���������' tbelr nc  counts atone*, as X have disposed of tnf  business and must close upmy aooouu ts.  v ''"���������.'A"'' ������������������":', ���������"' A.WiQmmtm ,a  Mon's balbrigan nndnrwear, 75o. por  suit.���������0.0.8;    "..'��������������������������� '..<������������������������������������  Oil finish window  shse, 8&0.���������O. O. 8.  !.������������������.  WANT113D���������A_ small   sooond-hand  Btump Pollsr.���������Writs Box 07, Oreston.  >������������/>*r������*Tt  sbodos, standard  o������n hava same by waylnf far this adver*  tlsoment and provlnr pro;  ^V. A, JfbDaan, the Drug  rty,  tore.  Apply  THIS SAME MACHINE WILL POSITIVELY APPEAR EVERY  ;    DAY AT THE SPOKANE INTERSTATE  FAIR,  OCTO-  vvBEIt'a'TO'^mo/'   '     ���������'������������������������������������  -AX. .^.y[-A  Th* aur attraotlou of th* Spokane interstate Fair, tbe one big feature  -whioh tha management expect will bring tho largest crowds to Spokane  the week ol October Jd, is tha CurtUs AeropUna. This murvolous flying  saiChJao !s tho svai *ws thet won ������o many prlaei In !*>��������� Anareles Ust  winter, the o^e that mad* th* fueflessfMl flight from Albany to. New York,  and also from New York to Philadelphia and return.  Tha oontraoi whioh tha Spokane Interstate Pair mtnagement has made  with the CurtU* Company ot Hammondsport, H. Y.. calls lor a parmant of  ���������MSoSdmtBlyliOOO rfllgbt, and under the term, or tba agreement, tha  iTC^^rSz..:.; .J. ������m iZ*,* iw* Aomptete usaehlnes and their most *xp������rt  avutor. WATT������B^f<mr*or mora flights are to be raoda every day of tha Fair,  I Ocibir 11 to��������� vSid tha mtomishii wtU also be oa whlhltlut* uu the itoaU  ���������'  Aft   sisV^, iHHy iff siai> U (,ii>         , ,' liis**ai>sasa>,i*el*aia������ i am ' uxoesi-ii.  .wm^vm+istl+mmi**"* .������*w^-Sljii t>m*  ������  Stamping &v&  Land Clearing  '.yXy-A^^JM.A.iAX..y  Plowing and Harrowing  Bono by the Acre   .  6 AU Wwi������ ������i������������JiMut������HiKjl ulutm im*mi������tiy  " and thorougblr.  T.W.OUAIFE  xj  )X\^y  '���������i t}  1   X.i,  1   .i.i  .-'���������>   1  ' ���������*!,  ������������������fliV'.-t':  illlltMilliii   '  ������������������y  Umktnd*  mmmimm  -. :-*X ���������     :���������- .,'      ..,:..'i *J-  ���������i" .,������������������))  .���������'.., <.-...."���������'* .i������V,...J nl., i'J-.iii x-i ;',-  .'���������   >. ,���������.'*.<.' J P.:.'T~  iiMMiiiMHB������'.ii(i^.aiiirihirti1ri'il[iiBisw������  ... ' y ..vj' ,,.y.. \...><,"i|..������u,������.i', .'..J.,' ,.������������������,.: . ������������������  7;jV'7:*y.'*"]-VA!;y.  L,l|iiil|������.|..iiHH'n'i'.|i 1,1.1  ���������y      ',''    ������������������'���������   '   :       '"',���������'. X.y.,X ...    ...   .     ",���������..'.������. !'%������������������'.-!'���������  ':��������� -'..yy.y.!1.   > A;������ y'"<<jxi''"  A.:..iA::X^,.:,^v,,,'XiAi.,ink,^^m^  .,..w,..^.il.������,Hi^j������t.'ii|iinir'i.l|,uiil!.,,..iiiJltAi.������.;iili,ii,JijjL  ���������,.������������������,���������  ..^.  ...;.  ustm NATIVE   HUNTERS.!        countingsmjd.  '\'.  How the Nandi Spearmen Kill Lions  in Africa.  At last the tense ring was complete, and the spearmen Tose and  closed in. The lion looked quickly  from side to side, saw where the line  was thinnest, and charged at his topmost speed. The crowded moment he.  gan. With shields held steady, and  quivering spears poised, the men in  front braced themselves for the rush  and the .shock; and from either hand  the A'l- iot*; sprang forward to take  their foe in flank. Bounding ahead  of his fellows, the leader reached  throwing distance, the long speaT flickered and plunged; as the lion felt  the wound he half turned, and then  flung himself on the man in front.  The warrior threw his spear; it drove  deep into the life, for entering at one  shoulder it came out of the opposite  flank, near the thigh, a yard of steel  through the great body. Rearing, the  lion   struck  tlie  man,  bearing   down  "* the shield, his back arched; and for  a  moment  he  slaked  his   fury   with  * fang and talon. But on the instant  . I saw another spear driven clear  v  through his body from side to  side;  - and as tne lion turned Again the  '' bright   spear   blades   darting   toward  him were flashes oi white flame.   The  * end   had   come.      He   sei2ed  another  * man, who stabbed him and wrenched  loose.   As he fell he gripped.: a spear  , head in his paws with -such tremen-  ������ dous force that he bent it double.  . Then the warriors were round and  , over him, stabbing and shouting, wild  %. with furious exultation.  **- From the moment when he charged  '/ "until his death I doubt whether ten  x seconds had elapsed, perhaps less;  -' but what a ten seconds! The first  v" half dozen spears had done the work.  i Three of  the spear  blades  had gone  - clear through the body, tlio points  , projecting several inches; and these,  j. and one or two others, including the  i, one he had seized in his jaws, had  , been twisted out of shape in the ter-  f xihle death struggle.  We   at   once   attended   to   the   two  .  -wounded men  *J     Then   the  warriors,    raising    their  shields above their heads, and chani-  l  ing   the     deep-toned     victory     song,  "*   mgrphpr)     wh*i     n     atnnr      A<m.^lr.s.    =-*.*.���������.  around the dead body of the lion;  and this savage dance of triumph  ended a scene of as fierce interest and  , excitement as I ever hope to see.���������  Prom "African Game Trails," ^y  t, Theodore Koosevelt,  in    the    August  * Scribner.   ������*#   ;-     The source    of   all   intestinal  , troubles is the common house fly;  his buzz is the first symptom of  $> typhoid.   Wilson's Ply Fads are  " the only things that kill them all.  ��������� + . m  ������*' A   Warning.  A boy who had been going to one of  the public schools in Buffalo left school  to go to work for a small manufacturer.  The boy was dull,? and/hie*." Stupidity  annoyed t^ie manufacturer greatly. After two weeics of trial the manufacturer  dSsctyixged the boy nt the end of the  wwk on Saturday night. "You're discharged," the manufacturer said. "Go  awl get;, your pay; and let that he the  last of you. You're discharged." On"  jii '  r:  How the Sands of the Seashore May  Really   Be    Roughly   Determined.  Bid you ever try to count the sumU  of the seaahoro? Really It i-j not such  a formidable task if you 30 about it  in the right way.  Choose a smooth, dry spot some sunny  day this suminei, and, with ample paper  and pencil and a botanists' magnifying  glass, get down to woik. Stretch yourself out at length and level off smoothly  a space about an inch squaic. %iy two  pins, black ,s������aud grains, or other small  objects exactly an eighth of an inch  apart, then apply your glass with gieat  precision and care. Count the number  of grains that lie in a stiaigM line between the two objects. This, is Hie mnl  difficult as well as the most important  paTt of the pioceodingc, and too much  pains cannot be taken. A difference of  one grain will make a difference of millions in the later calculations. It would  bi������ more accurate to oount tho grains in  a quarter or half men. but there is danger of losing one'3 place and omitting  or duplicating some.  Having obtained th������ count of grains  in a line one-eighth of an im-h long, the  rest of the woik is multiplication. Let  us say in the present inst-mco thie 20  grains were found in the eighth of an  inch. Of courso sand varies grejtly, but  this number represents good, f'ne sand.  Multiplying by 8 gives 160, the number  of grains in a line a whole inch long;  and squaring this (that is. IttO multiplied by 160), we have 13,600 in a single  layer one inch >,quaio. In older to get  % an inch cube we must igiin multiply by  ' 160. and this gives 2,108,000. Just, think!  a very small quantity in the hollow ot  tl.o hand contains nearly two and a half  million grains. One's admiration for the  wonders of nature giows tremendously,  yet we h.a\e made but the beginning!  A cubic foot contains 1,72'"' inches, ao  this is the next multiplier, and the pro  duct gives the astounding figures 4.313,-  088,000.   Four billion in loss tb.*n ������ peck.  Le us now imagine a stretch' of sandy  beaeh a mile long and a  foot wide and  deep.    In   this   row  of  s*������.nd not   muoh  larger than a sewer pipe we imd there  arc     no     less    than    2*,"f73,lOi.64O,000  grains.   But our beach has width, let us  S������t, a quarter-mile, ind depth, say, fifty  feet, and we find in this chance stretch  a total of l,5Q3,<������4.906.24O,OM,O0O partt-  c.es.    0*.er   one  and a  half  qaintilhon  grains!    The mind kas eeased to comprehend  such   figures, and were  we  to  3>ld a dozen or two- ciphers tliey would  moan no mote to us than this tremendous auto.  Any one with a calculating bent may  expand these figures as be pleases. One  might compute the sandy coasts of the  United States, the North American continent, and so on, or might compute ins  number of grains in the De-������ert of Sahara.   There is really no limit when once  a basic number has h<>pn determined.  ���������        ������ ���������������   Who   Owns   ihe   WTnar  Windmills  are  said to have  been introduced into England by the Knights of  St.   John,   who   obaerved   them  in  "use  among xhe Saracens, in tie crusadesj but  'how'long they'had "been'in existence "he-1  fore this it is not possible to ascertain.  A .jratermill w^s built  in ^Bohemia ^ in  :the .year*71JJ,*.>for ''aii* old * chronicler mentions itr gpingjCn tp say. that, "before  that time all 'the nplls in" Bohemia y?ere.  windmills set "upon *the summit of hiUa'.'T  Windmill      became       ' so' '   common'  STGMAOH miser  > BANISHED BY "FRUIT-A-TIVES"  Y  ������.������. ALCIOS KEBEST  Stratford Centre, Wolfe Co., Que.  "I have been completely cured of a  frightful condition of m*f Stomach  through the wonderful fruit medicine  ��������� Fruit-a-tives'. I could not eat any thin g  but what I suffered awful paiu from  Indigestion,  My head ached incessantly.  I was told to try ���������Fruit-a-tives" nnd  6ent for six boxes. Now I am entirely  wcli, can eat any ordinary food nud  never have a Headache."  ALCIDE riSSERT.  50c. a box, 6 for $3.50, or trial box,  25c. "At all dealers or from Fruit-a-  tives Limited. Ottawa.  Many Uses of Sand.  The sands of the sea aro singularly,  useful. They are of'primary importance  in 'gloss making. They htue an important place in warfare, a* a bank of sand  twenty inches thick ia proof against  modern rifle shots* The electrical properties of sand. sJiow thac it Luis positive  electricity, although a rod of silica, tha  chief constituent of aand, ia negative.  The singular drying effect which occurs when a stretch of wet sand is pressed by the foot is due entirely to an alteration in the piling, of the sand grains.  Normally the grains are close together,  but abnormal piling, is. brought about by  pressure of the fooi^. the space between  the edges, of the grain* being; enlarged  and the water drained away. If the  pressure of the foot is continued the  sand becomes wetter than ever��������� the partial vacuum quickly bringing water from  ,the surrounding  sand.  In quicksands the moving character 5s  thought to be clue to tlie imprisonment  between the  groins   of gases from organic matter.���������Chicago Tribune-..  . .-        ^ ������ ������  Patronizing,.  "Yes,." said the somewhat severe lady,  "my ancestors came over in 'tis Mayflower."  "Prom what I have heard," replied  Mrs. Cuanrox, "accommodations on the  Mayflower didn't compare with thos*; of  a modern liner; but, of course, the rates  were  lower."���������Washington Star.  .,  If hooks for the bathroom, kitchen  and pantry are dipped in enamel  paint there will be vno trouble from  iron rust.  Turpentine should be sprayed or  sprinkled ih the haunts of cockroaches. It will often quite destroy the  pests and will always * disperse them  * Grained wopd should be washed  with cold tea, a small surface only  at a time, and rubbed well with a  flannel  cloth  before it  becor.es  dry.  There shrould be a separate grater  for onions. Do not tua a com toned  grater in circular form with different-  sized teeth for nutmeg, cheestt nnd  cabbage, or you may lament suoiled  foods. "   x  When packing a now tin trunk-Abe  sure to lino the inside witu newspapers before packing anything in it. ..or  the new paint, especially in hot'Wi*a>-  thcr, is liable to molt and stick ia  anything  placoii   in  tho box.  Whon washing knives never allow  tho handles to go into tlvo wator, aa  this discolors them and often loosens  them. A good' plan is to put tne-  knives in a jug with just; enough  water to cover tho blades aud after-,  ward rub thorn with a clothv  Paper wrappings should novor be-  left, on meat or itny other dam-p* kinds  of food longer thut*. is roally. necessary. Papor (hoiny a compound of  rags, lime, oto.. with acids and! var--  ious chcnioala intermixed),' is' cloar-  ly not fit for keeping such things in  for any length of tuno.  ��������� -_Om<   ,^          contains more real Wdy-buiidiag Biitnsiest  than meat or eggs���������Costs much less  For any meal in combination with vegetable's, baited apples, sliced bananas, stewed  prunes and other fruits, Koat biscuit in oven  to restore crispness.j  s  Sold by oirtfn>cer������#13o.������*tArtcnx9mofov253������ ~  *2W  II  ��������������� ��������� ��������� ���������-��������� ������������������������������������������������������������ ������������^-������-e-������ ��������� ���������������������'���������������������*���������������������������������  t    SUMMER MONTHS FATAL *  t *    l* ���������>     *       *        'A  '  1 TOiSMALU CiVHlLDFieNi.  "nlftS?^*'^ "iT    throughout Europe ,i������  the      thirteenth  ���������such ������urpn*d-to  see  the hoy nt hi������.j*centu^  that tliePp6pc compiled them  to pay tithes to the church and landed  proprietors.and the clergy were forever  I'   8! HI !������ ��������� p* !  ueneioos  Pickle  Every  mother  must know howv  fatal tlie  summer months are to>  small ohildren.   Cholera itfantum,.  diatihoea, dysentery aud stomach  troubles are all common at this*  time and many a precious life ia^  suuffod out after only a few hours  illness.    Aa  a  safeguard  mothors-  should  keep  Baby's  Own Tablets.  in the house.    An occasional dose  of the Tablets will pi event stomach and bowel tioubles. or if the  trouble   comes   on   suddenly,  will  bring   the little one thiough safely.  Mrs*.   R.   E.     Sanford,    Inverary;.  Ont., wiitCs: "My baby was sickly  for over a week with stomach and  bowel troubles and cYied night and  day, nothing helped her till I began giving her Baby's Own Tablets,   but   they   helped   her   right  away and now ahe is a big healthy  child with  fine rosy cheeks.  Th������*  Tablets are certainly a wonderful  medicine *nd T recommend  them  to all my friends who have little  children."   Sold hy medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from the  Dr. Williams Medicine  Co., Brockviiie, Ont.  #  fc  A Canary's  Ears.  A canary'a card arc back of and. a  } little below its eyes. Tiny are not hard  \ to find when one has h'timcd where to  look. There is no jutir ear, such as  animals have, but jsiniply a small opening  which is covered by feath������*is. It is quite  Kurprisinz that* birds should possess the  wry acute hearing which thoy do, while  leofcmg the fleshy flao wnicli enables the  arrimalg to c.tch' sounds.  MFn-ard's Liniment Cures  Diphtheria.  CHILDREN'S MEALS.  They're important.  They must be regular.  TB������y should be appetizing.  The food\must be nutiitiot\s.  Three meals a day ih**uld be sufficient.  Water (plenty of it) and lemonade  are- good' D������.tw*������n meals.  Under no circumstances should  more* thair a sip of water bo taken  before a? meal.  Indeed, 'the iass water with meals  tfie* better, j-poviding plenty is drunk  (between.  If cold' mil"* is* taken at meals it is  -best to take ft a sip at a \ime.  Fruit, etrgs., brown bread and milk  make* a fitie" hreakfast  at  8 o'clock.  At* 1 a* littta meat, good vegetables  and" a snnp'e dessert form the dinner.  A cereiT, miTk and fruit, with perhaps a custard, should form the., supper at1 about 6.  While a child needs a sponge-off in  tepid water before gaJttg to bed, tho  r-'oi   hath   should  bjo  taken  half  an  ISSUE  NO. 31.  J9l1i>  AGENTS WANTED.       .;      )  START A> TEA ROUTE TO-BAY. SJSNE  postal for circulars, or 10c for aam*  oies and terras. Alfred Tyler. London,  Out.  .PERSONAL. u.  *VOUR FdRJDttlsrE TOLD���������PAST: ANB  i future, love-,, marriage, business, ani  all mysteries" oC life revealed. Send birth  a^te and Cc in stamps. E. G. Page, box  4k3,   St.  Johns,. E0.. One.  Dr. Marters Female Pfflh  SEVENTEEN.YEAR&THE STANDARD  Prescribed and rfacommended for-wo  men's ailmentst a- scientifically", pr������  pared r������mady of* provan worth. Ini  result from thvir use Ts quick and permanent.    For sale at off d"ug stbrss  G. D. SHELDON  ������*������  ������i  Hour -before   breakfast.   Thei   suower \ insenpttona.  Investment  A specialty made ot inveotmenta  In Standard* Bailroadi and Industrial Stocks.--^  Write      foi*     full'     particulars  regarding nlan of investment.  Room 101i 108. St. James St.,  Montreal.  Charity/ and Fnudence.   A  The contradictions oft life are many.  An observant man .remarked recently  that he, was prowling about a certain  city square, when he came upon a drinking, fountain which bore two conflicting  is delightful".  former   place   at  vmrk.       "Here!"    hel^"1,"4J  shouted. "What are you doing in thhr,  shop? I discharged you on 'Saturday  night." "Yes,'' said the boy, "and don't;  you do it again. When I told my moth-"  er she licked' me;" !      '!  *" '-A* ��������� ������������������'���������';'-: ;!     ;:,  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Garget  In  "  Cows. ������������������ ���������' <���������.- Y-Y   y.-i.i   i;v ������������������;>,'.;��������� ���������,;���������.���������.������������������,  House   Plants. -���������,  If you want to find but for yourseivo*  that plants need tho right'kind of air  to breathe, and that they breathe -with  thoir leaves, take up a few slips of  your garden plants thia fall and try to'  ; make them grow hi the houRor,in a room'  where they will bo exposed to tho fumes  of illumlna-tW'gns or of coal'gaB. Under that kind ct treatment thoy -wil?.  die, just ao. surely as a person would  diV under tho Bame' circumstances.  Plants purify tho air for us to uso by  breathing in certain gases from tho air,  and breathing out certain other gases.  So; that if you boo a window full of  healthy-loking plant* iu Borne houae  along tho way ybu know that there is  healthy pure air in that room for man  to breathe,  ���������. . .   ������ ������ >   - '  Ynnr DrnKn*������t Will' Tell Yon  Murine Eye Hemedy Rellevon Soro Eyea,  Strensthona \V������>alt Eyen. Doean't Smart,  Sootbes Eye Pain, aud ScUii for 50c. Try  Murine In Your "Bye* and in Baby-*  Ky.*o for Scaly JCyolIdB and Granulation  PRIMARY DRESSING FOR BURNS  A strong ablution of Epsom salts ha������  been found useful as a primary dressing in bums atid eealdn. Tho solution i& applied on a' cloth, or in -10  case of a hand or foot tho part may  be immorncd in tho Solution and kopt  ' thoro bo long an thero is any paiu on  romoving it. It itr claimed that pain  in nuichly relieved.  ���������������.��������� ^*i>������������ -   ...  ...,Although.,Ahflrd������un i������ the homo of  Scotch gmnitc, a Blilpmnn't of 350 tona  Tffcently wa������ exported to that city'from  South Carolina qiianien to wont a demand for a *i>#ifli-������tlo*rt'lrr t������olor from the  mtiv<* Rtono.  quarreling as to the ownership of the  wind! In Zealand a certain abbot ������huilt  .a mill to grind his corn in spite of tho  ?\*iolent opposition of his landlord, who  Wid -that he was'Vtho owner'of; the wind  sm hia property and no one had the right  ;tO Ufle   Of  It. , t , -.:     K  ��������������������������� The Bishop of Utrecht was appbintisd'  ���������arbitrator, and he whenrtold'of the matter 'flew-inti* - a'rage,- declaring that  whatv.wind there -was in his dicrocse bor  longed td.vliimBolf and;the chm*ch, and'  ho proceeded to prove his contention by  'at 'b^M?o1i;igrahtirig 'tlio^abbofcy..fuUupowcr  to ^uiC'f? wiridffiillVlVli'en*'iftd,'Mmto?"ii*  chose:���������London Globe.    _; .-���������,..:-.,. _.������������*>  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Distemper.  >��������� Al :  * -     if ,'i  m'm*"ti*m*0^im0mimmm  V  That Wanderer,  Say,   Hal..,   . ,  Old pul,  (     '��������� 't   .  How about   ���������*���������  Tfour hot tamal?  Got tho hammer on..yott,...;���������  From Malno to Cal.  May   oiKhtoontti,  Bollove you said;    -;.,>,-  Blnco that timo    ,rii,-^������������������ :..-<���������.-y  Haven't Bono to bcnr,;J '.,*yV  Ixiokln' thro* BtovJoplpfts,  Btandln* on our shacUA, >:.  Halt wny down our baoke,;.  Woarln' our boUryh.;<iV.j,;;,r.'.. ���������  Honest, it's awful'y^yyVY''"''  Millions  in  tears,      /���������;;y'  Waited  In  vain ��������� x Y-v* y '  I*or eeventy-flvo yoare.  Fooled us onco, . *  But you'll pay tho.toll; '  Next timo it oamea  ii    '  It won't flnd'tt ,sbul.'������������������,\  On tho lovnl, :AA'Xx>i.:���������:���������  What's tho daloyf ' 1 ���������  Did it Bton fqi|Ja*^noh,A ���������  On the Milky Wayr yY '���������  ArroRtod   for*.*������������oedlni[f,T>,,i'';i;!  Couldn't uot 1miU7.Jy, ,;;  Why didn't you; put ripy  That .wonderful tall?'&,  Poor oxcuw . 'Ti  Xs'i better than' none;  Rumored her*;y        ,  It's been nurslnir a.burl',  Hob nothlnuon ub,, ;  Vor  bolleve tne,  fllncn WednoBdny night  ean be made byfdroppJns^tbe contents of  a oackace of-   '���������������>*���������-      , ~~ \' '  PARKE'S PSOKLE MIXTURE  tn a sallon' of'vinegar, bolt for fifteen  minutes and pour over /the pickles. ^This  mixtuve keeps the plcKlea soUd and>nice  the V^ar round and impacts a most delicious flavorvto- tbe *plcftl'es. Sold at 2oc.  bv procers or sent by mail, post pa^a. on  ���������receipt; 0^jSOo...���������������������������'Y'';-':;-.'"���������.'���������'���������''���������.���������A ,?%'y'���������'.-'  PARKE & PARiE  HtMlLTOHAV VDn^lWs     C'lPA,  Recipes fbir' Famous   Dishesi.;!:''^  Hot, pcpp������* PP*1 ..'-is"'<*. fa������>ou������ New i6r-  'leans dish oSwaW^JjA-'lsnuckle ofyveal  is cooked vuntll ythe meat  is rcadyiyto.  "drop f*rom^^^%������^-ithch tho meat la-  removed   and  cut  fine,   and  added j to.  tripe which has been cooked and cut into  small  plcoeB;    Then-the  meat-la  put  I, hack :��������� into -,the ,h*roth-; in  which  it  *y*ttB'  cooked. .'td'g������thej',\ with >! minced onion,  two-sliced, pototbes, o sweet pepperjeut  in ������hr<?4s, a Bprlgbf paralcy, and A hou-  ���������quotUf horha.   Wliohy tho. pot boljafup,  It is*further flboabricd'with aalt, popper,  and���������.'���������paprtka^.������'^.-.^.>.,..������w- , ..... -h'].  Frogs Vie With Singers.  Theatrical compames playing in the  Auditorium this spring are having serious competition from a large colony of  "bullfrogs that has made its home directly under the building. From the dis-  so������d.J;ba*ixi3������'mghtly:,theTe would' ap-,  pear to be thousands 01 irogs *n ������he  pond.       >*-"---..  When "Vancouver people went to the  Auditorium early this spring they heard  an  occasional  croak    and' - little    was  thought of it*. ; At',first it 'Was considered a joke, but the population of Frog-  ville multiplied fast.  .The bullfrog chorus became decidedly, iwinoying, and on  j evenings when*1 the  frogs, are at  their  best it is an even break between * them  and the comic opera singers \yho are occupying 'the*stage above......Unless some-  thing is done! it is -regarded as only a  question of time when tho theatrical attractions will havo to be limited to matinees'; tho' !frogs' bp'nfining themselves to 1  evening pevformancbs:i--V'ancouver   cor--  ���������TJBSpbh'deh'ee"' Portland Oregonian.   ;        v ;  QUixe DPffereftt.  Applicant?���������Uld: I understand you * to  say that you accommodate 200 persons  at this hotel?  Hotel Proprietor���������No. I said this hotel had' capacity* for 200.���������Browning's  Magazine. '  -- -       .������������������  FILES CURED AT HOME BY  HEW ABSQP.PT15M METHOD  ������������������ This is to certify that Ihavb usoi^.  MINARD'S Liniment in my. family for.-  ,-years, and consider A it tlio     'best linir- ,,/..,.- ���������    1  moht on tho market. I have found it o������*|;(^Wrt8'Myl>ve^ hatj;;  y,-M you^suirer from, bleeding* ifcshing������t  blind or protruding Piles, send me  your  addre88, and 1 will tell you how to cure  yourself, at home hy .the new absorption  treatment ������ and will, also ^ Send some of  this home treatment free for trial, with  references  '������������0:5.4 ysair own   locality M-  reque'st'ed.' .Immediate    relief'and   per-*  manen't cure *ausua'������u.   Send so ssc&ey,  but tell otBera;!pf ttb*s goffer. 'Write to*  ':day^:to'"3S4^^''.:i^m^ VP;.8*  Windsor,-'.6^.y'Vy.y..'yyV:V ��������� ���������  y', A;lr^''':Qot^:Motor 'Car. '.'*���������������������������.������������������  ::��������� ....   .,!;������>j.i..!i-)������5;i,'i:,:j. y-��������� y ������������������       ���������'    ���������        . ,.y.':  ;^;I...,,yyi';.yj;iyy(Exchahge.);y.'      .���������.������������������.���������.,  .. ,y  My- shoes We-worn until my fcet;'  \\:\)^X!koffi'p'iiskK������bntact. Vwitlji..  ;,t&fs;  - ^'''';,;cfibntiid'5"''A"7-7:-v ������������������������������������' ''���������'���������        x,\iy;  T dp- not like to walk the street- -    , A   ���������  Because the;neighhrfrs all'around  One, the brigxnal inscription on the  fountain, was from the Bible: "AndrWho-  sover will, let him take the water bf life  freely." ''\  Above this hung a placard: "Please  do not waste tho water." ^ -  Minard's Liniment Cures Cold3, E-c. ���������  ������������������������������������m m mp  Rules  of  Road for Airships.        r  The Aero club of Pranse has   . prepared for the Prench^ Government      a  set' of aviation rules of-ihe rosd to   be  used as a basis lot the fcns!������.ic5     c.  laws regulating airship traffic. The sug-yj  gested laws insist that a band of lights  musfc'be* displayed on toiildlnjjs at every fl  250 foot level^J)v6rhea*d" wires** must be -  indicated by flags by day and by lights  at night. Airships must keep'150     *ee*������ii  above  private  property.��������� Balloons have\j  the right of way over all dirigible' ' air- {f  craft and ore at. liberty W go yyherever  the windvlistcth) but thewmust keep 300  feet above private property.  American  aviators will 'await v.'ith-^������,Interest the  action of the French Government' in 'this'/  matter. In case laws- governing* ,airsbi?J  traffic and providing ��������� regular lanes ano  courses   for  various ' types  of ��������� aircraf**  aro enforced' in- France, itv may not, b<  long beforo othor-oiViliiwd countries will,  follow, suit.   .,*���������.,     ,    V    < 1  .������' "v  ��������� ���������������������  ������ FIAHO FOR 50 GENTS  "to  ou���������^"���������W���������i'bWn!���������,.���������ttKi.'^t,'t*men^''''.'Vv;o have'a  lo^gaotpislc^f^Wa^P^hofl, takon ia 0*  chari^VA bn 'HolntKmau & C0.1 piajnos.  Th,Mft,?;ii,h^WuiirwnW;va*o subU wcU-1cik>wt>'  tnnke'i   as AVVbhbr",', ChlckoringJ Hdlnos  Bros.;! Thbnias;;yw& ADbniinlpn, ^ndj thp  ���������prlijoAiJiMrM'.^  ,��������� \y.'2ij^IL^MiM^li:������vJdy^^m ��������������������������� ������������ST ������,m 5 h*j  cellent for horso flesh.  (Signed) A  -;���������,���������;������������������"��������� yAvVy'A. - ���������...-/������.'*:^ W.;S^PIl������EGhi  "Woodlands," Middleton, N. S.     '" l y V;,  ���������A"  ���������i.'.r  'Tr^'y^ lt������nn  lBy*-o-Ke������t-  " T'.  OODDS '���������'���������''/  ^KIjQNEY  ������^������������.  ���������J. A, FitclC''"';  WHAT MjISSlONAlirES DO.  .*' (Hurpor'rt Weekly.)  Two llttl* Rhl������ taw( tho; wide-open  mouth of a orocodilo In a picture hook.'  "Oocodllrt*. is awful," snid ono, hor-  loutiy. "They ������at up little hoatHen  hublfm whnt don't say their prayers. In  iny Sunday fohool ho glvn ponnlem to buy  rnifulonat'le* to go nnd nhoot them,"  ���������  #������'������  .������  .  IIIA IllBIC. ���������        ��������� ���������  (>>w York W.Hikly.1  CHtj.Killior���������The **ho������it U all oxcltb-  nu*nt.   An eloi-trln light wire ha* block*  od traffic, ami iw>. ono known whether it  Fitflt^v���������TV'tnll ilttv> r^pnrtrir** to p* to  tin* wire liniiii'dliiti'ly���������onr* to fool of it j York  nnd the otlior in writ? up tho ronult,  *"       "  '      fujl parMpulars,--^.  "i'V-'l X.,\;y    ,  xi Glaudo :,has ,,oinplpyod hia method| bf  estltridtlng the' ra*b;gaflo������ in tlja-avmos'  nhe-ro, In ah litiorppt to dotbrrijltio jwhe-  VkW' tha'poVsiagh Vol -the :.oa.r.th( .-through  tho'tall of Halley's oopiot prodwcod any  offcot apon, tho,qua������Htica of tjhWo g*W*  ,ln thp atniosphoro. Tho method, whioh  '{������ oxtronioly wmaltivo,'..was appliedItp'^a  ourrnut o( *altr. l?,opo ouhlo feot '' twwr-  hour,' IBxpbrtnients wore miido on i May  17, l0,U0tynd'ft8?or at leant throe hbin-s  on oaoh day. Tlio results do not lmHoata  any appicclahle alteration produced by  tho comot In tho.quantity of these Inert and difficult oondonslhlo otmonphorio  KMt!R'     ��������� ���������   "A ;    *>?.������������������  Thifoo piioltoiB of Wilaon'a Fly  Pndfl cost twenty.fivo cents, -and  will kill .moro flios than twenty-  tive dollars' worth of sticky paper.  Fd1lo\*1ng PhUsdolphln'** f\������mplo. N������w  >rk hns smtahlinhi'il a. f������������k> iniuuufUi'tl  WWUon of hullillug mntc*f.lnli������v,  "' ���������"' Stool Belts Replaco yLJBathioi^v'A^y  Steel has' ro'dentiy ihtiirod a now f Jold,  appearing a8i,an, offcoUye..,m*itpi:l,al'; ior  powor holts in mllla, factbrlca'and slnx-  liar placba.' It's ftdvantiigo'n. lib' hi' fchb ro������  duction of width both of hqltiAaudof |iul-  loya, tho oonBOijuont .reduction, p.f wolght  and cxpb'nse, and avro'iluctlotiin' thb.db-  tunoo hbtwoort Uxloai neoeH������ltatt*d honrto.  foro to socuro proper: toualoa: ������r������f Iv'^hor  belts. Sice of pu.Uoy������ can bio inbirbunji-d,  iind thorbforb a1 giifrii Vti pb^oV���������'< WcjimmI  because of 1 tho toauottpn ,,of j\yplgh,t; nud,*  wldt)i. Extraordinary npiootlfl, Imprtietib-..*  able witli tbathbr 6r Vhpb'tri-tttsVnlHHlon,  aro readily ivVftllahlo:with. stool-holts,  .and tho navlug* offoofcod in all dopart-  monts 00^0* '��������� iiit''"fnirSrelsHVidl .Irtltliil; cost  'bnslly In a'soaabn; ^Tho pulloys aro; pro.  vidotl with oajivpn ,ftP,d fork siirfao^s to  Ive thb stool hnnilH tlio. boat possible  ,  My. once'black suit is rusty, green;V;.;  I needy new clothos���������but what of t&it?,;V  ���������FveiBOt to buy some 1 gasoline I       y  A ��������� ���������::,.'���������' ' ���������-���������''���������������������������������������������" '������������������."���������*������������������.���������    ���������������������������      ��������� yw-i:-  My houao looks queer���������-'tis -harp    of  ''''..���������'.'.'���������"'y'A'pfJat���������' '���������'��������� ;������������������'���������'' --X: iXXiX'X.���������;:'.��������� ���������.  :x"Jtii&- it ib not' in good'.rbpalr';,;A:Vx-XXy,  I often hear a: mournful plaint:-,X,���������*"���������-; Ay  A 'About "that awful collar Btalr.'^': ������������������;'. y  ^���������Tho, walks,-havb; all^hc^htitpl'bwipk: -yy  And grass is growing, ulp1 hotwoohj *  l; see���������'theyru|ns-^hut;alw4^.l;'"-v'',jVf;J'';'���������"'";T \ A  I've got to^htiy 'splfhb ;kaflpuit*,tiTt    ,, '  No mdWT'batmy'cggi at morn-���������  Wo havo no eggs, thoy coBt good cash!:  1 don't soo ,how,> can could acorn   .  A ohoapohuok ,Bioivk or call it trash!  Twould.glvo.mo ploasuro to cut looflo,  At,all.thoA'grub. Vvo-,bvor sftonj  I'm almoBt starvnd-^hut what's tho uso?  I've got.to huyysomo'gasollnoi  3^v^o,������;;e:'a -F EvEvT.  i.Eve^lK>*ly;;.S40W,:''..adniat^ |  Zani-fit-tlt 'Vb������������4:y':ft������r-��������� thoso. ������������������  BU  X;YZ'iX������/-;.x:#SmtWB^^  XX^Xy'XWfoxhio^^  "Sb-rtiotfthea; you have to hit a man til  make. Mmkoopquiot, abAtiib^M^ou,, bail  Bayb lilin. i*������oV drowning.'!    'A        "���������  "Yes;" replfod' tlib abrupt porsoril  "and tho tSmo to do it Ib when ho firs  hogjLns,ita roclc'thoVhoat,?'*.,* .A&  .'. .They^������ho,,strlko...;qu'l{':,howV,pathsv:mus)  vexpect to bo a'bQtMbd of wan������lpr,lng.,:!  I!!  old upoii' thtom.'"  :tnX:  ���������II-H i  V|  <+������������������*!  f!l  CJhcster���������Sbb   thb ' liiidy-hug * 09 the  ���������JfjjNtflflOI' I ''  . Archlo���������'That's not a lady-hug. ' Ladyi  hugs never gb Into young ' gentlemen's  ������rtoptn������.;*������������������������.,.;..,: v.'x i,./j.;^.,( i'..*;M.i '���������;...* .,.,..���������,  , Choator���������But this Is a landlady*hug..  " '. .  1    1. ������>.������ 0 VY      .  ' v . DAttKENKD AT OTK SXAIlT;  KngllBliman���������Bid, you have a plttosant  yoyago from London'to Now York?  "! ''AmoHcftn-1-No.    The pursur gave us  our ountom houno d������chir|������Uou, ullpa o������  tho soooiul day out.  * BWOATTSl? tl' IrAO; WINGS; '-  Uttlo Bcn'H father caught a hat In tho  (hum.and brought It Itiito mhpw^to hia  ���������m-*llvMn,.askiiiK.lm^  IIwas;   W.^pii"^'.'' Httlo non,.MIt'  nn'artitol:tho\i������C'l,'V.���������,���������.���������,,���������,*,���������;.���������;������,,,<,   yA } ,;,..  :>mM  -s'MMIM'WIM'i-M'Nl'tts^^  ; Your mmaw^  ���������>>���������J*X*^-^^^^  Compllmehtary.',  and will entitle'  this club,  men  formation as to,a(wanei--.,jW^-r7..,.-,,rII,Tl,i-lL-M,  Writs to*^-^  ,*.���������������r.^^.Jhiw, 'A ���������."���������*-������li'-"��������� ���������i>i"3^*> ��������� v.-fflii'.v '.1 i;.*i:!<������   rronrvi.  .'.".....-���������iiiy  m --VONCpBf -.bt������  mimmmmmmm  TOnONTf  AivMi:a������4*t$e|  ��������� Ill"  Y'ourig' mAirlod,  oouplos) ^ould., sUrlj. thoi^, i housekeeping earoors  aright,   Itehibmbor, Mrs. jJin^Brifl-*,''tluit " ' '��������� ��������� a ���������������������������>  1  ��������� 1 "v.i;,y-..su������i./.������������������;''*. ;���������������������������;��������� ������������������:"AJ' \ ' ���������      ���������       ���������;'���������   "  vlb'the 11KRT on thb mttrkofc.' Alno -thafc W������Jy'������ ^WT^OT^V^-tohM.'.aro  absoiutflly safo^iid liivrjnlobB*"X^ Watchfca,   Paper of all  dowrlptions,  ' Wopilcnwarb,' WlU; 'Tiihs ^'AVnsh'Bbbrdi.1 ���������"''���������"',"���������"��������� ]'V";--"'V-;'��������� ��������� 'A"���������.>���������!,..���������������������������;  WWI  i*g������������������i:ir'iir-*yni'iiimmii**ii������fr'r' 'fS^^^M^^MWM^W^M  "Foulard is one of the fashionable materials this season and is used (not only  for the entire gown, -but is combined  with other materials, and also is in gicat  demand for trimming. It is a fabric  tbat has much to recommend it for sura-  mei\ .It is delightfully'cool and light  in weight, is go soft that ib ean be draped, or looks well pleated or plain.   Then  * there are so many different colors and  designs that all the gowns look different.  Dark colois with white figures are smart.  The- white ground w'fcc black dots,  checks" or fancy 'designs are in endless  variety, while the all one color is charm-  *>  ingly original.  Combined with satin or serge foulard  is effective, but the latest novelty, .foulard with voile de soie, "chiffon or satin,  is even moie popular. . A fascinating  gown that has "won high favor.is of grey  voile de soie trimmed with a grey satin  foulard with polka dots of white. The  foulard is in a wide band around the  " skirt, in voke, cuffs, belt and long sash  endsr and" adds wonderuflly to the attractive finish of the gown. A satin  lining "of rose pink or white satin shows  off the voile de soie of the gown to per-  .    Section,  making it look richer  and at  the same time more transparent.  Libert-* s������������tui is another material that  jY* -  .*l  il.  this season is used in-combination with  - different materials most satisfactorily.  A most effective gown of rose pir.k cashmere ae soie is one of the most striking  model3 of the season, and owes a gveat  deal of its smart appearance to the  <f.everuse of the black liberty satin with  which���������it is trimmed. The model is extremely simple and or. the severe oideT;  *the skirt, very scant, is relieved with a  broad, hand of black satin it the sides  and back, then on the waist the satin  forms.Athe yoke.and upper part of the  sleeves*.   A fascinating lingerie yoke ana  1 undersleeves and an effective ornament  on the front of the waist comprise all  "the rest-5f the trimming.      This same  model can be "used in plain and figured  "foulard in'a most satisfactory manner:  a voile de soie and foulard can be combined^ effectively.  j Variety of Styles.  But of "all'the smart-gowns this season  tbe ;riost costly are thoso made entirely  of lace. The finest/sheerest laces are  ��������� used or the figured lace nets with wide  lace "borders or bands of insertion with  lace edge. The styles are not extreme.  Some of the skirts, are quite full, gathered into the belt, other styles are quite*  jUin, most carefully fitted and hung,  .and while never scant in appearance are  not so ricA as the gathered or pleated  skirts. . _  Almost invariably is  there  a  double  skirt effect, either in the tunic style or^  with skirt slashed at the side to shpw an"  underskirt of pleated chiffon or a full  plain underskirt of chiffon finished with  u wide fold of satin or lace.   The under,  skirt is, as a rule, of another color from  tho  ovorskirt���������pale   pink "or  blue    or  cream,white.    Extremely simple^in do-  'sign ia the waist, a full plmited blonde  ,  with flat yoke of laco and a band of lace  just'a'bove the belt.   The slecveB, of elbow, length, are .finished with n narrow  hand of tho same lace.   A pleated belt of  Nattier blue taffeta ond a draped sash  y low down on the skirt of fattier blue  ribbon gives,a,fascinating touch of color.  The underskirt can ho of the same color  as.thp bolt and tho sash, hut a cicnm  white  lining is  oft^n  chosen in  prbfor-  ���������i -dice, nnd from an economical point of  view Is tho^boB't," for.thon any color can  . ho worn with. it.   This same model can  ho copied with good.cffoct in,vtho heavier  embroidered linens that nro so fashion-  - nblo this season, but will not tlTon ho on  tho namo*- ordor  of gown, tho original I  mado of tho;-filmy, laee being elaborate  . enough for; any if pnnal entertainment.  Tlio sash can ho omitted if so desired,  hut Jt porjalnly glvps. an, original und  striking not to tho costumo that nialcoB  tho* gown dlBtitetivfl.'j Thia sash is tied  at tho back of tho skirt iii a double bow*  - with ends that fall to tho horn of tho  Bklrt, j  . ,To Btato poBltlvoly. that any ono model  ia tho Hmartoat bf tho Boaaon'afc onoo  starts discussion.   Thoro aro ao many  ������ xn'odolB of laco gowns and laco gowns aro  ao fashionable that it la quito Impossible  to yield thu palm to any ouo, of tho  many. Fascinating In Its simplicity and  .���������quito unlilco atiy othor modol is ono of  whito laco mode up ovor a roao pink.  , satin lining. Tho satin faces tho skirt in  a fold and Is used in tlio folded holt,  * hut' Ih seen nowhoro olso on tho ontlro  *gowh; ' IJhe Bklrt is quito scant, hut In  *o','perfoot1y 'fitted and hung tliat it  dop'-Tn'Qy'Jbbk too tight. On tho Bklrt  there lu^'phiarncnla and tassolB sewed  em tho loco .in moat novol and offbotivo  .   stylo, and whllo it almost docs scorn vandalism to trim It or omhroldor loco so  boautlful in Itself, fashion demands orlg*  Inallty In, everything. * Tho' draped waist  * , is most grateful and becoming, tlio soft  -folds Groaning ovor to tho loft sldo and  fastening at tho holt undor a largo pink  ������������������  ulllc- roue, in whioh is ropoatod tho shade  of tho satin lining combinod with throo  or four other chades ot pink. TIkjtc are*  a gathorod yoko and high collar of fin-  cat laco  net, the latest    novelty    In  Srulinpoa, by tho way- tho aloovce roach  xilow tho oll-oyr and aro finished with  double ruffles of lapf, snd on tlio body  *������f   *b������  wbIpV  just  nhovn  thi* 1*1*  ������r������  * moro of,the ornament* and ta������Mlr-,i*Iml*  lnr to thoso on the skirt.   This si^me  1'' modol hai also been coplpd In tlio hftatl*  er embroidered linen, the eyelet or English embroidery with lace medallions.  Lace Dinner Gowns.  Lace dinner gowns are extremely smart  this summer, and as the season advances a greater variety is to be noticed. For a summer evening there can  be nothing more charming and more  suitable than the -white lace gown. It  can be simplified or elaborated so .easily  by the trimmings used that a really  wonderful variety can be obtained without much trouble or expense. The designs furnished for the lace gowns can  be just as well taken for other materials also, as in the instance of a most  attractive model. The skirt, in five  scant tucks, lias a close fitting satin lining that outlines the figure and makes  it appear slender, although there is considerable width to the skirt. The width  is drawn in under a wide fold or band of  satin that starts' at the left side of the  broad satin belt and goes diagonally  across the front of the skirt and around  to the back. Around the foot of the  skirt is a wide lace, over which falls  from the edge of the fold of satin a wide  crystal silver or pearl fringe. Across the  upper part of the skirt, following the  line of the satin fold, is an inch fringe  of the crystal or silver, while again tSf~  other line of fringe goes diagonally  across'the waist from below the shoulder to the belt, just edging a wide fold  of the satin. The entire body and sleeves  of the waists are of the figured lace and  the sleeves are finished with a narrow  frinee to match the trimming on the  skirt.  This  gown can be"" of lace, satin or  der* of the patent leather bh-bach edge; i  others have one leather, as the suede/  in the belt with the patent leather introduced in shaped pieces just in front.'  A particularly novel belt has strips of  patent leather linked through brass rings  under each arm; while a stylish combination worn with'a shantung suit has a  .belt of Chinese embroidery" with links  of brown patent leather.  CHRISTENING   PRESENTS.  as     ..hen    You    Were  Young.  The christening presents given to the  infant of to-day differ from those chosen  for his grandfather or his father.  His grandfather probably had a Bible  and prayer-book, and his father a silver  mug, a knife and Spoon in a case, and  possibly a silver egg-cup "or a napkin  ring. But the new baby has a far wider range of offerings.  A sum of money may be invested in  the infant's name or he has a banking  account opened for him.  Another favorite gift is a piece of old  silver expected to amass value as time  goes on, and a third, if the recipient.be  a girl, is a chain and locket or pendant.  Other gifts are elaborate robes for the  small wearer, exquisitely embroidered;  perambulator covers and a monogram  clip for the child's minor .belongings,  such as his veils or bibs, representing the  new initials of the little one intertwined  in silver.  FEATHER FEATURES.  gown can  voile de soie; if of the heavier materials  the embroidery must be worked in  heavy silk of the same color. The gown  was originally designed for a low cut  waist, but can easily be changed to a  high neck or one of the gathered lace  net yokes and a collar can be added.  Even with the yoke it is an elaborate  style, and consequently in .reality far  better suited to the low cut waist. -If  it is desired to make it more simple the  fringe can be omitted.J It is an excellent  design for an all blcilc lace made oyer  white or color, and - with vthe fringe in  cut jet beads. Another,-mode of treatment can be "earned out by" omitting the  lace from the front of $he skirt, substituting a broad band bf satin or soft finished taffeta if a transparent siaterial  is used, or if the gown be of plain taffeta  or satin then the finish of a hem is all-  sufficient.���������A. T. Ashmore.  "Cashmere" Wings  and  Other  Items  of  Paris  Mode.  A bright facing, matching the feathers  is featured on some black velvet bats,  and while on the subject of facings perhaps it Is not amiss to record the fact  tliat the majority of faced hats seen to  date have shown a rather ornate arrangement of the facing���������shirrings, knile  pleatings and other methods being employe!  The craze for cashmere design and coloring haa invaded the fancy feather field  and we now have wings and birds in multicolored varieties that are described as  cashmere effects.  Owls and owl plumage are favored in  natural and dyed effects. If the clocne  variety of hat becomes the fad, it will  popularize all high-standing trimmings  and this is a state of affairs that is  quite liable to occur.  Pompbns, which have been strong sell-  r\-r.t.    4-r.    'Ints,      n������.a    4-r.    T.n    1.������ J    ������������.    4-l.i,.     ..-CC.a~.4-  C.S      vO    UtvCC,    U,. 6     *.U     UC    UaU    IU    VILiO    CH������\5U  and     these, as well as the. solid color  pompons,' are regarded with favor.  HOMES  IN  TREE STUMPS ���������  frloTlbAkybut'thbv'Sta  yyyy yyyy Doors and yWindpwsify^A||||^||p||^^!  iy^eyiine'f^  ���������'are'-; so; colossal' that7. after, the;; W^A'^^SsM&^M^Si  m  from ytheV" interior'* isV;'-r^byedyyVlea^^I^|Sft^^J  only A-enbugh to form-AwalisA.^  thickness; y A roof of 'boards' ;or?sB|f^les^;g^p^pp|  ^'pirtybver. the top. otjlliipy^^^Si^^^^^^^  .arb;ycutyf^^  faraUyyof five can aad&f&n&bbs'-ml^^^  theiry dwelling, ���������j.'lie^i&aj-^  ys';.iriptim������3; u'^yhy; s^l^.-un^  y--b^Idjlargerya^  'iv'^&'E-.t^^  Ved. A it V. i3 y turnedy ,in&y af stable J foty theVjfy;:;YYy^||l I  ^ horses .'or'ysq&etime^^  -'fprV'cbibkens;^Abb^  yi "Next Ato ���������' the Abiijr :tse������ Vpf J'Caiifon^ythoy: & A Vsteas&Sl  fir or s^upiayof ;-y7&shii$iftOT  forms';Vsbn^  many as four-epuplesj;y xyyyyXAAXXAX-AX^XaAA^I  Vy: Aiip'lier.tpiisfem^  'stumps,A..irij^:y'pla;y'^^  drbiiy .Th������; ^ttdrenA^eabhAitheVtb^  ���������.'���������pieces.-- bf .������������������'wpbd'-^aU^  'oryihyyladdpisiyy A Abebatifilly 1useA;c������i'!3������:Y;  large Vstumps,;is Vmaki^:th^yhi^yflbw^iv  \br.ybedsya'nd������cov������j^^  ;vines;-~Fi������m-:'thbi'':'<!&^  ���������������������������.-,���������������������������������������������      ���������-,���������-������������������ ...-. ���������:. -.,.-..,,*>-.  ��������� -.-.,....-.-���������,���������-���������.. .-,.>....,-syyy-y������*;s#  Y������\-s?  lis  THlSylfiT'ift'^  The; lipid vByr bhycbilar and the .��������� WA iiidsbr tie promise yto be features of  summeryAheckwear. yy,^T^ shirtwaists of V the  tailored yViy;pb^y^Ke^;^irtw  and. Vthe -collar Afa^h^  ti&y;is.;v.hel&A'm^  beiybpugbVt atv^iiyy  ewdy :V V A VyV''.��������� VVVy yV ��������� v-y yAV ..:'.y.A y AVVAyA';A VyV ;.y:^  ifflm  y^Aopixa^i0yyX^0ff^^(  The basket isyequippbd^tKAtbilet'-^t-V  mehts, and! when- the waddedVtray; is lifted put ity serves: as a; dressing basket for  nurse's'Ause.'Vwhpn^^  iny the A mornihgA and vat7ynight.V A-A yVyyV'V .���������  .   The VfoldihgA bbty andy the VooUap^ible-  bathAadd^'butAiUtt^  thbAiuggage; and^as fOTy^eyperan^^a^;  *tor,A-its..A',transpp^  aged.A''yV-VyVyAyyYyyyy^  *//'7������SO������k  SOME   SUMMER   TOILET    HINTS.-  FASHION   NOTESVFROM   PARIS;  ���������TurbanS;yarbyflatAandybrpaS.:yfy  HeavyVpmbroideryyisVusedVon: linens. ,X  Whole petticpatsybiEVrib^  net are charmingyfybrAVpari^  Burlap suiting is one of the fashion.-';  able new fabrics  of the season.  The veiled* effect of both embroidery  and lace is pretty and unique.  * Much lace and even malines is seen on  .some of the latest silk petticoats.  Tiny bows of narrow black velvet rib-,  hon adorn many of the blouses of lin-<  gerie.  The newest belts are of Persian cloth,  .with^f rills v'pfi^  deredVby'tiny;ColbredybliiidsY ���������  A. InA dress V materialsA there yare Paisley;  sUkSjAcpttons7, V^fpulairdsi Achiffpns7;    and:  ^velvets;������a^d-vperhapsY        lateat thing  is V-PaisleyyShaiitiiag.Vy ApyyVyyy.y  ^SURNING TQPIGAtiF TIGHT SKIRT  ���������  H  ith  m&3mW*pam  L/C-WliVXltv  leather  trim-  Toilet Water Which May Very Easily  and Cheaply Be Mado at Home.  A good'toilet water for summer use  can be' made at home of an ounce of  -glycerine, J.9 ounces of orange flower  water and a quarter of an ounce of  powdered borax. This is simply mixed  by pouring the ingredients into a bottle so'that it ,is only three-parts full  and then shaking it well.   ��������� '  A little applied to the face and hands  will prevent shiny appearance in hot  weather, and will not injure the pores  like powder.  If the hands havo become very much  stained with ink they should bo rubbed  with lemon juice. Should this fail to  remove the stains, a good plan is that  of adding a little poarl aBh to wator  and'dipping tho hands in the solution,  rubbjng thom with a piece of flannel  until tho marks have disappeared. Caro  must bo taken to avoid washing them  with aoap for some time "afterward or  tho spots will reappear.  A cooked potato' is excellent as a  means of cleaning and whitening tho  hands. Tho potato should bo cut in half  and rubbed over tho hacks and fingers  after thoy have boon soaked for. a minute or two in warm wator. Potato  should bo used in this mannor instead of  soap.  SOME FEW TIPS.  FLO  TRIM   FRENCH   HAT.  Hats of* gray crin aro faced with  black satin, and rosos in the new  pale scarlet shades are massed about  the crown. Tall curling aigrets of  scarlet and gray .lend height and dash  to this vory Frenchy hat. *  USE FOR OLD UMBRELLA FRAMES  The frames of. old umbrollas or para-  boIs van ho used vory artistically aB trellises for vine. Just opon thom, strip off  tho silk, sharpen tho handles to a point  and'thrust'thom1 opoh into tho grodhd.  Swcot-pca vines and balloon vinos trained ovor 'tlipm aro oxcoodingly protty anil  beautify tho lawn.  FOR THE HOU8E.  mmg.  , Square veils, with embroidered bjrd-,  ers, are much in vogue and-are becoming,        j  s Persian, scarfs are- most.^affsctive.;.���������> irdv  eired t^tjhyifnbrabbu ;.Vbi*Jbs:ter^&feaiJie]CB  or ���������w'tth^andsAbfyplaitf^  A moijiiii^  crialVi^yftibysetVbf f .byla|yoke^n|l^cuf'fs  of the Vhb^Vmustaird shadeyj������prybf yhlue  and sfio]iild|v"be)'iwl6tn  sampyshadbi?Yyy y, Ay -'xy>-:������������08^4A.''AX':'  Attractive A waists ��������� .':;ipr^:Btimmer./.:are..  made3>f*eyrt white  linehybmbrbiderbd in brbwhld^sijyBeits,  tie,  a*idivstockings. shoul^;m^cliVVAV.thc  colorV,;bfythb;:dots/.yAVA:AAy:fy  Evening- gowns' are simple^;! TheyyVohoW  the 'influence'; of Vthe ;pcasant Ast^e;AyVIn-V  stea^.b.fv'befa^  gorgeous brnamehtatibn A-fchpy^arpViih  uallyVsinipleA ^V'7V7V'���������xv:/'yAA;A;Yy;y'A'Y^  ' An- effective LeghprrtAhat; has .abrpwn  of ybilbw rpBos and a cilus^rVpfy ��������� the  same flowers under; the left'������������������bMni "i  Miihy tunics.are seen: Thpyy;are; y not  shortj; as they V^pro-last, yea^Vhut thoy  ,dropVwell down to tho hem,.ibrAatAlbast  over tho knees. They are. of. chiffon or  mousselinb. ;-; .'���������.] y, -:-yXXXAXt,'] ���������'���������  Exquisite arc many of the; Droadon  flower striped A-muslins^^ Some * of A the  blouses  of this  material,;arp trimmed  :Mbdiish  Pari^iWill Clingytb   !t^  But  ^.Vy:y.wn!;yHayefWai^  ���������|A VTigiit ;;^skirts7V ha^ybeeii^ne A pf y x the  Amostyburhing mb&irtibytbplesythfe  ysph, V TheirV exaggeratioSa Ahaye Abeeh; the  Vftelight'ofAthe: extrpi^  ;^f y^they'* ^bderates'^AiffiyVy^^  Ad^^;;VwWteY.-^eyVVhav^-ybbe^  l^hdYcai^pnbdyVas - much^l^gth^A^^  i pbire^gbwnsAbfyVa"; cbu^plbV'bf ^a^Aii^A'pr4  "ytheAbrinbline; ih the:daysVof;iSi^^aiM^  jS/'Th'e'VpityVpf^  yde^riptiohAwbuidyhaveA  |cpuld ybeVdesiredyhadV'it ���������;rbhiain'ed^ atj; jhe^  frpa|pni^!i&^  jiab.put^.'twoj.biid'^  yshor t V skir^.pf^that^id^  ythingAtpA reepmhieim  3.SNpw^-hp^eyeri;iw'ej^  ^iiiT^y-f:iv,:������-i-iiiift".'i,i-.: ,-;r-..?���������-.'���������p.nTi-c-sriiaV-i'-jSi-.'riVs'  xAmmm  AyAyA:y.:iBF':c: "���������"������������������"������������������*-���������  A   ;>f Enoch  y*alk������3d with  plied to - otherVbehevera^aa^vehfinVBihieyV  I history.'; y������hs expression Vis :yayf igubratiye^i .���������,.,..., ,^^..  jphe, and yet;; it . s V one'. whichAV.has^re^rS;i^li^i^  ;pncb" to': reat;life';rind?practice^ -yAAyXxiA^-^^A^'S^i  A^ilietyitA bc/VbbseryeO^-that ythereA'is;A;nipi:Y;  placeVin';^^  u^coLverted" y people XX;,yWalkAwth-yGbd-'lAfVyyi;!^!^  ���������i'hbrbyVis.-yay maTk  7fact;yylt opposes the ���������thwi^i^ili^  pie are; ^they childreaAof-y (iiipdjYioi^AifVitYy"yAy^|^^|  wbreytrueA-thatV all.' persphsy wreA^^pyy-Ve;-|g||^j  chiidrtii|ithehVityW6uld7uebess^  thatAVthereyis Aay gpii-itual Aham(H^Abe^V|ga^|^y  tweehV;;Gj^;7a^;V!bily^ebple;!yy;^  ;theirVmOTi^bpimitii������hVmight;lM.^  : is-a bsurd^:a^Aisy therefore'^  ';   No'yb^jCa^;walikl^ithA\|^  Vbe: in spint;uial^Imri^b^  umsfc beV������::vitalAa^cpmput;'b^tweeMyt������oy'YyA  ti-uc belie*i*r8yand*SG  is; noi' absblutei^lpieiciect^J'^  the'; bbUeyerj y ";AlMba^bA;hb|i8^  ~y~x y&���������.������&',';���������*>  ^urnYj;o;;;COuiiorji;:y audycoriysiiisiiec.; y ������&&,.  iiashibh|^ieyV^^risiehheA;i8%be^rmng.  Vlppl^cbi|^y-id|5^e!;^p*^^  typey bjfiAfrbblcVjA^ich^necessi^  Vmii^^seu^edyCldi^^7^  Vtlipugh^hb^harrbw^  V'seenyatytheV'raeesvVayye^ylbr^^  7;ti^^;^fyVv'jwp^ny;l^eA;ab^  Vmpst'l'o^rbmby typeyihy tptb^7andy mora  are: iddilyVfollowing the^example^ AX A A'  "': > ��������� l^^^^^ft^^-^ i?* ������wSYSIci rttV^K^H ^ '^^r^ Jt^V  AA In^yPai^&yymany 7hbwA skirtsyiirb being  madbViwithy shaped flouhcbsAaty the Abases-  ^wliileiliin^fsb&ey^insta  '���������.dbepA:kiitVybbmn^hcingya^  whichAVVgivesy a Vgreat'ydeatA-^  aroundythbTfbbt-.'The-%brt bkirtssbffVthe  Vwalkingycbstunics A arb, .--���������; howeypr,'yy: Vat  their best when they are" simply kilted  Vat the A sides lunder a hip V yoke;; with; the  frohtyleft perfectly plain.;tb; siinulatpy a  panel and the jbaek awariged inva-dbu^  ble hoi Vpieati which also gives a Apanel  effect.;^^^  ��������� V ...,-.        .i '"' '**:&���������' '  ' ' y ���������'������������������''.'-..  ;,' ���������":'' yXXyXX ''yThe7:Balt.'7 V.7AA :V;Yy'yy ;;VyA  -i-Fribhdy'(t^  wifeValwayaVgoy.routuI!switli. the parties  that .ybu'���������:tako:��������� over'7 the' castle ? y XAAX.  feuider^he always gives nib a tip Vat  tho ond-and ap induces;the;othprs to follow ault^vAAy/y VyyA'."''���������," ''".:-''y'y XYyX'X  iniperf ect;:'.' y et AtlSeflrpli^i^S-vi^aonencg  between yGod\b^dr!y^ihief^  yiheieis;  V tween ythe'  ] lbwship between:  treiarienship: *  iy;|VBev. Dr. A. T. Piersoni thp eipidhentjBt*  ybleyscholar,  V/gests'AthatA  compianions.���������j,, ������,vvt,..t:..r������.w-������w.-r ..yr^]^~^^.),y.^.,v^^^,i^r.g  Vlm>^bny;'witb^Him;-'.that;;as-weVw  ^���������:.i <i--ix;y '���������-���������  x xxy -^���������-���������, "x. ��������������������������� -^^^ y^^^yy^yi^y^y^^yxAh^yy.:  ���������" ^-.-r-v--ip^Y" *"  mXitMH  ���������h''y:;;y-A:i,:]  Ai?-VKA.f#'V|  Not Evening Frocks, Ohoux, Sashes  and Hats.  . Whito not ovoning. frocks aro delightfully cool and diaphanous, and with a  poay of ono'B favorite flowor tucked Into  tone's,bolt, ono Bhould look oho'h hcBt,  Whlto'ls admirable wear for moat'worn*  on j It tlirdwa up their dainty coloring  and bright hair.   v    .  Small diourt/of whito .satin ndovna  somo of tho now Inarming froeka nnd  moat offootlvoAthoy. arc. Another pretty  Idea Is for, tho uiuloNlroB& to ho lioavlly  onornatod with gnlplro of hold doalgn,  showing through the delicate net.  Sashes around itho skirta just holow.  tho knoos nrp^UV������������od for dauco frooka  ond lmvfl tfckw an Important^ plnco In  brldwmalds* frock* nil the season, >   ���������  Whllo'hats aro still on������tho Increase  In height nnd width, tho vogue for the  turbans romalns undiminished hy mm*  mor girl*.  NOVELTlEp IN THE NEW BELTING  Among the moat attractive of tho new  belts aro those with a combination of  suodo or soft kid with patent leather,  Thoro aro various combinations, tlio  moat uaual bolng whito kid with bhiok  patent leather. A hand aomo holt for a  yritmg woman with n slender walao la  of acarlot snodo with black patent leather,  Moro aobor combinations nro brown  antelope with bine*-, patent Itm-tiiar, al������o  gcvca tut Lrors, purpTe and Wi<?k.  Somo ot the bolts havo a narrow bor*  Little Conveniences That Add to Our  Comfort.  A now combination broilor and toaat*  or for gas or .oil may. he used on ono  Bido for toaat and tho other for broiling. Tho broilor sldo has a grooved pan  with drip trough for tho juices of tho  moat.  For a dlmo Micro's a now toaster for  gas, ao constructed that tho flamo cannot como in contaol with tho broad.  It has a porforatod Bhoot-lron bottom  with heavy wlro top. ,  Broom covtro of cotton flcoeo'wlth  which to brush codings ahd walls aro  to ho hnd for 25 contH..  Two sorts of fly killarn, ono a who  broom, tlio othor a ploco of wiro netting,  'cost a dlmo oaoh. v  THE NEW BABY'8 FIRST HOLIDAY  Bvor slnoo tho . timo'* arrived for buby  to t^iko his first'holiday a perfect storm  of discussion haA raged. On thb ������ld������  I tho plea will bo-put, forth tliat for tlio  fhBt year of his llfo baby should remain,  nt homo���������a counsel of perfection hold by  miiny.modloal inon���������on tho othor will b������  advanced the obstinate foot that ho  cannot vory woll bo loft at homo alone.  The voxod problem, will havo to ho  solvod hy applying to tho apodal case a  special solution of tho difficulty, and  making tho htat ponalblo arrangement*  for huby'H health und ccnufoit at homo  or away from homo,  Bhould he venture forth thfro Is ready  fnr baby's uso tho most beautiful lug*,  gngi*. A largo whito wiokor basket Is tho  ohlof place, wadded With whito satin and  iirriukgtid with v. truy htnidc, \t^u. ,V*4!cl;  his morf ���������jirf|,!w'i f*f.*lsta, <oia1i ss shfaM,  socks and bibs, may ropo������������.  ;caused:-thb7 ��������� sunrise Vand:..;tlib'>Bunset-yii^A;������iy|^  fling7 many V hiied'. glories v'pver;-!;^  ! land which lib; re'Visltsj orr iT!^sfi&c&^  departs-^-who : has1: InnnlantedA:Iri5'humim^  hearta 'tho;; love pf :,.cblbr with tall *'.jiprf ep^'p^-^lp j  cbhcoptibnsVbf;hcauty-^bV-lmBAthU8i  pared the human mind to,apprpbiatprjaB; ;    "  well as admire th ttanBeendant' tlntfeVpf  heavenly things. 'The���������'pbaTlyywhltbsAattdy^y  greysi'the glorlouB crlmsonB andamlw^Afy  the tndor purples and 'grechaytwhichydrpyr?;-:;  painted on; thb face pf the ynatural;:;hea-Vyy;  vons nro but Imitations b^ cbifTospo^vy y  once of thbvmbro wondrous and .dating yy  realities of tho spiritual i'Ucavbha/Vw^loh;;^'  thb natural hcavcnB db onlyAforoshadpw '*,��������� =  r' '-nL. i'"'l '   '     " ''s<  1   0     '    ' " '  '  "'; l||i:''";'''''l:;'''"'',';ll'|V  . yy.y;;y���������.Seeing 3p<^^y Ay AyyAAyyx  l^ny pooplo : do  bolng troubled by    obhstantiy v sboing/i i A  yflbatlng spots boforo their 'pyoB^;)antt% 'V"  cspoclally, wlibn of a hbrvbiia tpmpbriaV; :  ment, thby hQcomb unhbccaaarlly alarm-...  edj boliovlhg theab spots.to ho a'syiap*���������:.yi,  torn bf amaurosis- or a fpvm, of blind*}  iibfls ircsultWgA from a ydlsbRBb; ;of thayv-A  broth;':;��������� The spbtii ?iyhich g^vby*riab; to? sfl* y,  much anxiety sometimes appear In ���������: thp yy  form of smalt circles, of strimw, of heads,:;,  of goaaamor thrbftds, and tlioy   float A  about in tho flbld of ylalon;:; Thoy nre-A:;  roally 'tho shadows caBt on thb rqtin**v.  by ndcroBcoplc opacities -hr-tho' vitreous  humor, and nxb ijroquphtly mot with- inyy;  perfpetly healthy oyea.,; Tho - moolcal ������������������*:  namo foi* thom is "muscao" or IHob, and  thoy may bo mado Pvldortt in any ,oy������;;  by 'looking through a Bthall pin hplo; inX;  a cbrd at a hrlglit light covered wlth< ifc !  I ground glass* globe. Thoap floating spooks ���������  often aocompmtiy a bilious attackr an* y  thoy dlBoppoar when this has passed Off. A.  ���������.. -    - -������������������*.. '^.���������.',.    4������������     " ������������������"���������*.��������� : yyyi'.;.y:-!:,'Y  The Valus of Lempns.  Lcmbnado from tho juice of fresh fruit  yy  M  'V'V''���������.������������������  v ���������.,���������������������������  !,'.|V'<-  AMERIOAN VI8COUNTE88 IN  BRIDAL GOWN.  Is ono of tho boat and ������nfoat.M**\*&'WC  anyone whether In health or not.   W.I* , ,!  uaofuVfor mont stomach dlacnsoi' gray������L: I V  liver complaint and fovcr.  It la a spopl*, y.y,  ���������flo ngalnat akin diMuisca, being pup .of,M,,,v,  tho bust imU-8corl>utlc������ wo ^1**0W'V,������    ''r  tho gums nro niWicd dally with ������:.WUi������,j,.,*::Vy  lombn juice It kbcpo thom in ...good '..flWr1/;^'  dlUon^ and: used- for Uie hands onco ;.fc,yy,  day In washing tt maki>s Um skhv soft   y:  nnil smooth, and romovoa dirt sUltw.yy.  It Is Rood for a .cold If taken m hot A A A" i  water on rgolng to bod, amli In '-Intermit.'X) y-A aX>  tent fovora It linsbcon foundji^fuLwhii^;.;"��������� ;,&!$  mim.il' with lwt blRck cof!������������*  wlWiovtVYAy���������;,;*.H  XA  ;),,V:;!.  This gi*l was Mildrod Carter, daujfh-  tor ot J. Ridgbly Carter, Ifnltod Statoa  nmbaBsador to Uoumanla.  Now who  in.'u.' viiiQQUKU>ns, ''the brH* e!"������������*  yoninn' Visontint Aohoson. ������on ot the  Earl  of Qosford,  Tho British wort  charmed with hat boauty when uho  uppourod nrrayod for tho brlaal ,ooro.  mpny in tho Amorionn mtylo, drowod  in a Aimplo gpwn. woarlng a whito  If,.^. >������,jy ��������� ^^d a tuna vail and carry-  HUgsr.  '������������������������>������ ���������������  :l  Tho R������al En������my. ;  "Why dld't yon come to ,th������ d������inoo  tho otlicr night, Wbiitmntnt Soltmldtr  I.  believe you wore nfrald />( all tho gltla  ing ft groat ohonf of vrhlU UHoo on I you h*v������ \mn.mg^d -W.--. ���������   ,--   y:  hor arm. - .Ll������iuUkiAl���������*.o, i������ot.T^s������'jA,th8-^*B**?������,il  ������������������:. i  Vl)  t  ���������[;"  "XXX:  ���������.i.i-X',.  YAM  Ay  . Vf.  1.\,  ' /i      ..    Ht\\ ,l A  M i.i,1  yi-.yi���������, vtii  MMa)-'  mmmm  tHmmm*  ���������XXI  ',i,y>i'i ���������  A;iAi.  ?��������� lYvy' ii.::;;y.|r.;���������i;.i.,viyii;  i-"^.ilX-yyyMA.yix.i/iAfii  t*yyy)tfffiy>f^>y*}yiiw'^,ii.m'i! Itf'V  X-'Xy  Plans and Specifications  CRESTON  -       -       - B.C.  j.   D.  ANDERSON  BnzxtsH   Columbia   Land   Surveyor  TAIL - - - B-c-  OKELL, YOUNG & CO.  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -        -      B.C.  GUY   LOWENBERG  Consulting Enqisebu  If yot) faund a purse your first  impulse would be to look in tno  " Lost and Found " columns of  our paper.  if you have lost a ptfrse cion't  you think the finder would do the  serns.  If you wish to find the finder  use our Classified Want Ads.  Methodist Church  Sunday  Sorvicos   on   Sunday   noxt  School and Bible  Class  Evouing Service, 7 "30 p ru  F J Ru'rriERFOUu, pastor  at ������0 3C  a.m.  We have a First-Class ������oh ^Printing Department  and your orders Kvill be in ihe hands of experienced printers  CRESTON  B.C.  R. GOWLAND SCRUTON  A.LA.A.  i Diploma London Assn, Accountants)  Auditor asd Acooustant  Balance sheets prepared and vrifipd  Books balanced, opened siml clo-t-d  Partnerships and com pan r uudi'insj  CRESTON  B.C.  Ladies' ca&htnere hose,  39c ���������C. O. S.  Men's bolbrigmi underwear, 73. per  suit.���������C. O. S  Miss T;. M Soott, Trained ISTurse, of  Rnthwoll hospital, Manitoba, is ready  for ougaKoui-iuts of ������uv kind, MatPniiKv  a speiM.Uty Apply Miss L M. Scott,  general delivery, Aloyif*, B. O.  Kubbor tiro collapsible go-ci\riR, ������5.50  ���������O. G. S.  WANTED���������At on-.*?, Bush Foreman,  thoroughly acquainted withbuildiwjaud  operating timber shutos (dry). References needed as to former experience.  Stats wages. Good nr������**pi������cts tor s-t^ady  experienced uuin ���������Apply Lumber Syu  dioate, Penri'-tou. B. G. "  DON'T MISS IT  I With a Local Flavor |!  a lip?    miii      ia!M������!t3*!!  Letter Heads, Bill Heads  Envelopes, Cards  A. J  Circulars  In facL anything and everything in the way of High-  n*~i* ^^mmerci&t Printing ������t the  \JTitUC.    Ul//  Engene Coserta made a trip to Nelson j g|  on Monday, returning oa Tuesday. ! g1  John Marshall, of Kitchener, made a  trip to Nelson on Tuesday  Mrs. Hayman left a few day ago with  her father for Queen's Bay, near Proctoi  Oil finish window shades, standard  size, 35c���������C. C. S.  Frank Broderick made a business trip  to Nelson this week.  IJiss Marie Smith, of Calgary, Alta.,  is spending a holiday with Miss -Mcintosh at the pretty rnnch across tho river.  It is stated that some of the purchasers of lots on Schofield avenue intend to  build on thoir'now ly acquired property  at once.  CO S. means Cranbrook Co-operative  S-HoroM.  Don't, forgot the novel entertainment  in tin? Muroau ile Hall ������m Saturday  ovoning, vvhich is under the auspices oi  tlio Ladies Aid of tho Presbyterin churoh.  A meeting of tho parishioners will b.>  hold iu tlie schoolhouso today (Friday),  Soptomber 2:1 rd, at 8.80 p.m. Philip U.  H-tytuiin, Convener.  Ladies' cashmere hose, 29c.���������C. C. S.  To the credit of tho MerhodiHts of  Croston and Erickson, a neat fence has  heou oomploiud tliis week around the  church.  Ugo. Broderick took n log drive ol  400,000 feet of logs to Kooteuay Liiudinn  tliis wook. Theso logs were for the  Proctor sawmill and will bo taken to  Proctor by a tug.  Among the Creston frnit growers to  attend the Cranbrook Fair this week  waa Mr. and Mrs. ,T. Compton, Mr. and  Mrs. J. Cook, Walter V. Jucksou and A.  8. FitzGerald.  Wash prints, Ho. per yard���������O. O. S.  Messrs Ui-.ndron aud Payne, tbo local  ooutractors, havo be.u awardi-d the contract for building the sohoollinuso at  Eriokson. Mr. 1-iuiidrnu went over ti>  Nolson on Tuesday to sign tho comruc-t,  Ho will start tho oreotiou of tbo building,  immediately on his reuiru  Mr. aud Mra. J. W. Lidgine and lain-  ily arrived iu town Tuisiluy and will  make thoir homes in Creston. Mr, Lid-  gate como* from Nelson, and pending  tbo securing of a piu'itmrictit location  Juib rented a homo from Mr, Coulter-  Wo aro plenht'd to welcome tueiu to  Crouton.  Special pickling vim-gar* in bulk,  malt and white wine at tho Crouton  Mercantile Co.  Wash prints, 1 Ic. per yard ������������������ O. G. S  Thoro has been plu/wil in iho mJiow  window of .S. A. Spui-m' utoio Ju.-.<;ioij������  gratis grown by T. M. KdiuoiUnii, uIho  eleven Ontario apples thnt. weigh K Jiis,  Onmif Miohw applun i^uight ] Id. Mr.  Krltnou.'lHou hitHbiicomii fauioiiH for growing liirwo onions arid other vegetaMeH.  Ho has nun onion 17 indies in clrciiinfer*  onco that wuiglm J*. 1-2 IIjh.. uIhu u.iuots  tint ruu iw Mo'; i- - Ibj. ti:!:.  n    iiyii  LABI*  -'..ymmnsemBsm  At   JsL>fSnr>- 9?.C  A  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,  Sept. 28, 29, 30.-  Full of Surpris.es in  Fruit, Vegetables, Poultry  Mineral, Lumber aud  District Exhibits  T8J liiM!  rnr\  I HID  See the Free Attractions  PROF. DARNELL, the fearless aeronaut, will'make .a ballooon ascension  and parnohute leap daily A  "THE LEOJOB TROUPE," three la  flies and two men, iu their iiupiirnll  ol led and refined bicycle net.  " THE l^iVE INLYING BANVAR*DS."  .   engaged nt enovnions expense lately featured with Ringling Bros.   The Aerial  Marvels in long leaping and casting  net, no feet in the air y  "LA CATELLA and LA FOLLETTA"  tho Fool and the Circus Girl.  Amateur athletic Rnorts under anspico.fi  of tho Y. M. O. A.  Drilling Contests,, Log Sawing, Log  Chopping Contests tind tmmorouB other  tittraotiong. . See daily program.y .��������� ;  Ex?tivsioh rates on all transportation linos  J. K. ANNTABI.K, A G. HOltKTIfiAD,      A  President. Secretary,  Box 1)03, Nelson, B.O.  yO    s&  A   X  nafamBssamsmm  saarBrtrnBBs^^  Cures Your Ills  No Doctors     No Drnes  Osrwh (or Orono) snuUilnB liro. pro-  v -.   .     mtiiHu, JiiiilliUilliU luiullll.   Tlio  .,iioiiimU'il "Oxynenar KlnB" isnsolon*  ttflo dovion l)i>8od on natural Ihwb. .Ill  liiialt.li Ih dno to tlio ���������lovllnllrnllon of tlio,  IjIcxhI���������tlKMiliHmicnofii nnillcloiit nmoiint  of oxygon. Tho Oxytrenor Hiinnllos th u  O/.onounil driven out inmniHD. It bonolltn  ���������ivory oiimii of iho tioily--lnvlltnnito������ tho  H,\hti>m. Almoht. ovory curnlilo ullmont In  ovoiy Htnito yloldd <o lt������ oltootlvo powor.  I Tho Oxyatnor will wmodyorourolloart.  T.lvnr, Kiifnuy, Hlpdilor will aiomonli IIIiobiiohj  *-Jcrvi)iinnvwil.iilu������|iluiiiiiiiJtHi,_Nprvo EjiliiiUDt.-  Ji-m. llrnln Vnff,'OppuTi������l Dof������lJllyj jfomulo  ���������i'r.ml.lo, CuUkIiu, Cokm. KiiouwBltani.Neiirol-  iriii. 1Ii.hi1ii.Ihi. lliinlmrlin, Oatarrn. Cr>n������tlpn-  i.i.ii. JN.-i-v.iuti Jj.vi.f/c/u-m, ������it<-. I������i Uiii treul-  nu.nt of'iyiliorfiuloiilii tlio Oxvs;������ni������r Iibii Imnii  wniiil'-rriillv oirccllvo, lllmiily ui.iillod, uonlli-  Inir, <li.ll������lilful, rcfniBlilnif. f  Olvn iih mi opportunity to ilomnnntrMo on  your own iiirmm or on nnymamlior<ifyour  Tinnlly Min inutvulou* r������������ul w o( our Onysanor  iruiiLimmt,  JhuWi" ,l!n.lratal.    i}U',.mju(1 erplanatiun.  l*irfuclo(l "Oxynnnar King" rhUntid.  D������w������r������ or ImlUUMS  -.    Goie Rush ax Creston   "  Quite an excitement has been caused  iti the CreBton district by the discovery  of placer gold deposits in the bed of the  Qoat river. For some time past Ira  Beam, old-time gold seeker und miner,  has been, prospecting this stream, and  last week, following on the finding of  some excellent showings, he came into  town and filed on two claims located  above the Goat river canyon.  "When the news leaked out, something  in the nature of a rush ooourred to the  scene of these finds,,-and.since Saturday  last over twenty claims have bseii pegged  by would-be exploiters of the Goat river  bonanza. "We have soon some very  promising samples of gold washed from  these chums, and if these values oan be  shown to exist throughout, there should  be ������ good thing mnd'o in wprlcing these  claims  The ovVnors intend to foritt a syndicate and will obtain a report from a  competent outside expert na* to whether  tho claims will pay on the capital required to exploit thaixi, and ns to tho  host moans to be adopted to rebbver the  gold. Pending tho result of thoso invco-  tigatioaa it would bo. well for tho publio  not to got too tnuoh- ������xtsitod ovor those  fludn, Thoro isnudoitbtiadly gold iu tho  bed of the Goat river, hut the glamor of  the prGoioiwWtol should not blind rmy  one to the faot that bur roal gold mino is  tho uncquallod soil aiid climate with  which Nnturo has endowed thia distriot,  and that tbo spado of tho oultivator is a  surer road to wealth than tho prospector's pan. ' , .  ���������   Xy _.��������� ;  Sorvicoa Noxt Sunday.  %-.,���������'!"  *���������m****7T^,~Y,rrmn.,',imm}m"*mn,mmm**m  mmm  RI;iDTn\  O U-I VIVJiN  wm "y  hm  EL  WM. TAYLOR, Manager  CR3ESTON  B.C.  GUY La^ENBERG  REAL ESTATE     INSURANCE  OFyioK-TET.KI������HONK CltNTRAIi MLOOIC.  niONW 1.  Church of England  Dlvlno Servieo in tho NWW SCHOOL-  HOXJttlfi:���������SfirviooH, Sunday, Bent. 26  (IKth auudwy uftotf Tviuity): Mntltw  and Holy Oanmiunion, 11 h.-m. ; bvou ���������  aciig aud Sormon. 7.U0 p.m.  Alioo aiding fitilioolhomo, % p.m.  Pmup O. KiTUAN.VUmr,  ��������� imwi ���������'   ii H������i.nil  Pr*������byterlt������n Church  BorvioAU will h������ held in th������ VvMhy.  tmau <*Hm������*-ih on Sunday next. Morning tw������rvio������, Io R.m.5 ICvouluff Borvico,  1.W t������.m.   Suuday nohool at lo.O a.m.  Blblo OU������������������ and ttmblmth Hohool nt JO  a.m. You nro oordlally Invited to join  our Blblo Oliw*.  S. H. SxniciHBiAN, P,tn������tor.  AJ*V**e*/VMWM*A**'^WW^^'*������%*i^**^^^.''  Billiards and Pool  jn.#t/& Room fffc-sk-sw  ������  Cigars and Cigarettes  Hot or Cold Baths  At Any Hour :yy  Razors Ground and Set  >   ���������****?'*     m ��������� w ���������      ���������      ��������� #     \ ���������     ���������       s Umm.mmm ***** *J    ���������   ��������� *������������������������    f  VliAAA^*Mi������\������<*������M^  Prop  1  OaUSO   ,yy'x YA^i  Sail"'1"' otr"&z -AitXIaH  ii^otytiX^Vy)y^  Women's Woes  ORESTON WOMEN ARE FINDING  BELIEF AT LAST  ,  It dons Room that women havo moro  than a fair sharo of thu aches ant pains A  ihat.iifflioc hunmulry; thoy uiuBt "keep'A  ������p,V niunt attend to duties in npito of  coiiHtantly nulling bnoks, or . headachi'S, .,  (li'/./.y Bpollrii beuring-down palno;   they  inaHt stoop ovor wJion to tftoop moani  torture,   'i.'hoy must wnllc tind houd nnd A,  work  with racking pains and many; i  nohos from kidnoy ills.   Kidnoy a causo  more Hiifforing than auy other ori    '" "  tho bJdy,   Keep tho htdnoys wo  health in oaKily maiutainod, < Rond  remedy for Uidn.-yB ouly, that helpr and ���������  ouvos tho kldnoyn..';;',; ������������������*..,-; a;A'\aaAXXXAx>  Mrs, Edward Oalwood, of 188, 8.\Httrbid\  Btroot, Fort WUHam. Ont,,.n������y���������������������,-;....������������������,.,.,  VI imitet'ed with duu, ihi������e������ihlo paliiB,  BoreubhB hbrpsH my ,baok baok and in my  sideu, for imouthB. , Thoy: would ontoU  mo so badly at tlmoij thatlooi^d wjateo.  Jy move arohndA Th������ kidney noorotlons  liii'a' iilsp bbonipr a houvv, bolof and mry* a  mUivA a t*edlraont!.4/J?hon. I would bavo .������  dini'/y spells, and 'oHPBOthor, folt genor-'  ally run down, A frw uBin-tf n, number  of voninrliftn wlfhont flnillii(*? relief, I  loimiedof Uojth's JKiduey Pills and am,  pleased today, iriuud thom an oxoollout  lombdy. Tlioy have roliovod mo of tho  mb-nrablopninnVaiid floronosB In ������iy bnole  aud havo bluo uurtid of my other kidnoy  tronliln.'' A'-.,:' '' "'��������� ���������.'  ��������� ��������� ������������������  For fifllo in Crouton by Crouton Drum;  and Kook Oo. Sold by doalram, Prion  noocntn. Tho R. T. Booth Oo. Ltd,,  Fort lfirlo, Out,, vole Oituudian ngentfi.  ;���������������������������(.  V  .������������������ji-fi'  ^*^#tn ������.-*.  mmmm


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