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 illiv  y ivi'  V  **X  '*" "^feSI  ��������� 1*1. -1  Bl  Am the News  lili������i:it|i���������|Si;'  i|l:j������|e|tpn|  District  M*  Church of England Bazaar  The Christmas bazaar, nuder  the auspices of the Parish Guild  of Christ Chnroh, Creaton, will be  beid on Thursday, Deo. 1st. No  effort ia being spared by the ru Id  to make it a snceeess, and they  expect to eolipbe lost year's bazaar  both in quality and quantity of  articles. Many aew attractions are  being arranged for. The dolls  and Christmas toys will win the  hearts of ihe ohildren, and -.veil  i "  tha ���������' grown-ups " will find it  -miwtacrihig to resist the ntimer-  ons tempting bargoina whioh will  bo offered on this oooasion. Donations of fanoy articles sent from  England will provide a variety  whioh will make the selection of  Christmas gift** a JQ7 *ud ������ delight. The stock of aprons wiii  bO the best yet offered, and will  occupy a conspicuous place. The  bazaar will be open afternoon and  evening, and a special evening  program is being arranged.  i  .  Police Court  In tbe Provinoial Police Court last  Friday, Steve M&nley appeared before  stipendiary Magistrate Johnson to answer to a charge of committing an assault on Mike Olaser last Thursdav  night. When Mike appeared before the  magistrate to make the necessary complaint, his fpce had tho appearance as if  it had been injured by a - powder blast;  one side of "his.^face being terribly bat-  teied.  "'  ,  *  V Mike contended that the accused had  .kicked him on the face, bnt the evidence  in the Police Court did not support that  assertion,\and ia eonseotieince'the nxag-  f5 'is/ratefoundth&fio4.used'_^ilty6f^om-  costs amounting to $10, with an alternative of 30 days*sojourn In the Nelson  gaol.   The fine was promptly paid.  [���������  Literaty Society Meeting  ���������*m__������---- m  Tho meeting called oa Wednesday  evening, 2nd November, in the old  schoolhouse, for the purpose of organizing a literary soc.oty at Oreston, was  something of a fizzle, It was an inky  dark night, oold and wet, and the  Ravnsw representative nearly broke his  nook half s dozen times whilst groping  his way round to tho meeting place.  MiM E. V. Danard, Miss E. Danard,  Bev. 8. H. Sarkiaalan, Bev. F, J. Rutherford, Mr. W. K. Brown aud Frank  Broderick wero among the seven or  eight pooplo who made up tke total of  those who showed up at the meeting to  represent tho literary side .of tho flboial  llfo of Creston. The faofc that there wob  , oaly one lantern among' tho bunch waa  the only reason whioh prevented at least  t  one of those presont from getting ont  vory early iu tho proceedings.   Thero  f woe no flro in tho room, and tho rain  \vtm beating down ou tho roof in a oold,  u dUmaltorrent.  '  After somo diaaraulon it was deoldod  tbat another meeting should bo called at  a later dato. to "ho held  point in town, where those interested,  wonld have an .opportunity of making,  suggestions for  the organization of a"  sooiety for the winter months... A reso-  i       . i  lotion to this effect was moved by Mr.  W. K Brown and seconded by Mr. F.  Broderick, after whioh the meeting buttoned up their coats and dissolved into  the night.  Prosperous Outlook for Winter  From present appearances there will  be great activity in the various camps  around here ibis winter. It is stated  that the Yale-Columbia Lumber Oo.  wiii operate their camps ail winter fall  blast, employing abont one hundred  men. In addition to this the Canyon  City Lumber Co. -will run their mill  double shifts this winter, and will employ some fifty men ; besides these  works it is stated that several other new  camps will open np this fall, near Creston, so that judging from present appearances there will be several hundred  men employed in and around Oreston  this coming winter in the timber and  sawmill industry. These people will all  make Oreston their supply town and  will come here also to spend their  money.      Daily Trains on the G*N. J  ��������� t  , It is reported that the Superintendent of thiB division of the  Great Northern Railway has  made the statement thai in the  immediate future daily trains will  tan into Creston over the Great  Northern line. It is stated that  tho Great Northern now realizes  that they should spar for a portion of the business of this grow-  i     y      ���������> ,  ing district, and tne only way to  successfully compete with the big  Canadian railway company is to * t  ^operate daily, trains in this valley,   f  4������<T������ j)'**t*;*',*,'t*>*nMM.i'*  Catholic Social  Considering the unfavorable weather  there was a very good attendance at the  card social given by the ladies of the  Catholic Ohurch on Saturday Nov. 5th,  some 65 persons being present when the  progressive whist was oommenoed.  At 10 p.m. there was an' interval,  during which refreshments were served.  After an exciting contest Miss G. Quaife  was deolored the winner of the tournament among the ladies, whilst Mr: H.  Peterman carried off the gentleman's  prize.  It wnB a very wet night, whioh kept  away many who would otherwise have  been present, but ell those who braved  tho weather and took part ia this sooial  spent a very enjoyable evening.  B. A. MoBean, brother of W. A. Mo.-  Bean, arrived on Wednesday lost from  Qpoknno. Mr* MoBean has beon employed on the Northern Paolflo, running  out of Spokane, and is here to pay his  brother n short visit. <  Floor Oilcloth, 05 cents square ���������vard,  ���������CCS.  4.V.-.4.  mww    MU,  Johnaou, the now plumbor on Sirdar  Avonuo.  Creston Lumber  Complete  ROUGH  Stock  and  LUMBER  *******^*���������mwmmijm'm  mi*fMKrm,m*m*mm<!*m wrfiin*������*������  ^Prompt tAtteritlotx Satisfaction Guaranteed  %et us Figure with you on that Buitdmg  ������0* BOX 24  'V.1..''!"  lyiibyxUfiyjjty,. ,  mmmmmmmmm  Y'A/*:  ���������'���������"I'-iK'Yp''''" i*.'.>'.������;>!!'.  CRttSJOM, U.C.  yA >���������  .tWtH SYSTEM  FOR GRESTON  SUBJECT  D.SCUSSED   AND   AC-  ���������*          *      K   i      e X       '  i aw*1**      i #���������***������__*���������* -rmr-������~BMiW-fV b i^ev  TO GOVERNMENT FOR  ASSISTANCE  The firstsnow of the season was descending when the time came for the  meeting called to consider the matter of  sewerage, to be held in the Mercantile  Hall, on Wednesday night.  At 8.45 p.m., there being some twenty  persons presont, Mr. S. Hatfield moved  and others seconded, that Mr. "W. H.  Crawford take the chair, whilst Mr. S.  Speers was called upon to act as secretary. By this time more citizens had  arrived, the circle round the stove had  to be enlarged, and when the business  i ���������.  of the meeting was commenced, most of  the business men iu town, inoluding  Messrs. W. Buxton, J. K. .Johnson, S  Hatfield, H. McCreath, J. B. Moran, E.  Caserta, Ed. Johnson, W. Metcalfe, S.  Poole, G. M. Gunn, Mayor F. G. Little,  J. 3. Grady, and others were present.  The chairman made & f6w remarks  pointing out that the meeting had been  called to discuss the matter of a sewerage system, and the possibility of getting  the money from the government, and  called upon Mr. K. G. ScrutoB to read,  extracts from the Act re the construction of sewers within unincorporated  districts, a copy of which had been  kindly.supplied by Mr. Okell.  After Mr. Scruton liad complied, the  chairman called upon Mr, J. B. Moran,  as a leading citizen deeply, interested in  the'question, to give the'meeting the  benefit of bis opinion.  Mr. Moran took the floor and said:  "Lam. in favor of v us having a small  isewer svetem put in, and I was inform^  Cta^enette   "Raincoats 7  ^���������<OTB������������������ar   w  *  Zf vst ihe thing $ou need for tall wear, %>hen you can buy  them at the low) price of $9.00  -1?  wr.c  Staple  arid  Groceries, nvhich are Akvays Fresh  Gsaefa!  Merehant  S. A. Speers  I  ���������  ���������  1  m  1  drestcn,  B.C   Phone No. 52  owners now for a system, and then iii  two years time have to bond the same  people under a municipality, to provide,  ain adequate sewer system available to  t������very lot within the town limits. We  might put in a system which will do us  j for two or three years, but weall understand that under a sinking fond we  shall be paying for the next twenty, and  as a mere matter of finance, we shall  not? be able to ask new residents to pay  for twen-y years, unless we giv,t> them  good value for money in an adequate  sewer system." 1  - After further discussion, Mr.'Moran  moved aid Mr. J. K��������� Johnson seconded,  that tjhe, secretary be instructed'to write  to IheMiaister of Publio Works. Hon.  T. Taylor;  by  Mr. Taylor chat if the matter  were taken up we should be able to obtain from him at Victoria all the neoas-  sary forms. I think if the property  owners sent in a petition to him, apd  Mr. Schofield were asked for advise on  the matter, we might accomplish some  good. They have assisted other districts  and might be in a position to assist na,"  I know there are a very few here to  help to pay the taxes, but it shonld be  put in for f5,000. I got to believe that  the government would take the bonds,  but I do not see anything in the Aot relating te that., I think if the Secretary  were instructed to write to them, with  a petition signed by an mnny nf the property owners as wished to sign, asking  them to assist n. in some way it wonld  be a good step.   Something will xhave  to be  done   in the   near future., >I  1  guess there will have to be t*. robgh plan  drawn of tho district we intend to take  in���������say from tho Mercantile store to oor-  tain points, and along Victoria avenue."  Messrs. Gunn, Ash, and Mayor Littlo  and others nlso spoke. ",* .  ,'���������>  Mr.*_J, K. Johnson sold;," I (think we  should find ont if the government will  ftdvp.no* the raoaoy. IS the sovcru*_ao-iit  will not advnuoo the money you will  havo great difficulty in soiling tho debentures on a omnll proposition, but if  fihe government will advance tho monoy  tho matter will bo simplified. Would it  be a good Buggoutiou for the seorotnry to  wrlto to the Minister of Works and put  thopropoultiou Btralght to hini 'thatif  wo organized a ueworago system itcrej  would the government render rany uidt^  Mayor i-ittlb said: '������������������������������ I -a *lilK-iic;rtiBMntt)t.'^|i,'*  two-foot box would oarry off''^aUVi.tho''  flowoango for tho noxt tonyoara. Wo  .hull havo to havo septio tanks, aa we  cannot dlsohargo on thb Fiat* or in tho  Goat river,"  ���������      '   ��������� ')   :'yXyy X'x  Mr. J. J. Grady naldi i ** Wo oould  getoodnr for wood sewer oloao to Crestou, but wo want a pod eyatem, and  may find It will pay us to get j������lpea from;  tlio other side of tho border ���������fcb" flare, tho  big freightage from tho bast/'  Mr. Soruton^aid: " Whatever system  wo adopt must bo ono whioh Is capable  of Uutkfyliijj tho noodtt of tho lown, ml  on\j now, but in the future. In addition  to tho payment of lutoiewt ou the money  mtsodVor tho work, w* ahall alio have  to ooonmnhitA a ���������Inklnpr fnnrt, and thin  will ������ptmA th* **$*m**t ovwc a f^Hrtd  of twenty yeaw. Wo do nob, want to  ftuk������ tbo mUiake of bonding property J  '.,��������������������������� .-.'-I'.Vt ���������-���������������������������;��������� Vi.-...>  XX,,.  ���������...XKn-yiyy, | ,���������',; '..'���������;; ������������������ii������,..i>y,'i.,i������.>  ^���������^^.^.^l   J*^J   ������.-..���������   i������������   M.  BBking him, if Creston de-  -^ ,, ^*     vj *  ���������  IV  ton thousand dollars, everything being  done' in order, would the government  advance us the money to pay for samo.  and if so; on what terms. A copy of  this letter to be sent to Mr. J. H.' "Schofield, M.P.P. r .   .  Mr. J. K. Johnson moved, and Mr. S.  Hatfield .seconded, that the chairman  and secretary be appointed a oommittee  of two to'obtain prices and information  regarding sewer pipe. , '  At this stage of the proceedings Dr.  Henderson joined tbe meeting, but de-  olined to give an opinion as he waa not  In a position to know what the meeting  had been discussing, having been prevented by busines. from getting down  earlier.   ^  Tho two motions as above weropnt  and carried'unanimously, and the meeting adjourned at 0.40 p.m.  Last Wednesday evening Mr, A. Okell  slipped tind fell near the Creston hotel,  and tore some of. the ligaments of his  right footV.   At, the place whero the no-  1 1K'  i    1      i.  oidont occurred it was very slippery.  Wo hope' that the injury will nob prove  Beriouo, and that Mr. Okell'will noon be  around again.  'X    Enforcing Liquor c/Sct  t  The   vigorous  enforcement of  the ne^w Liquor Act continues to  bo emphasized in news despatches  from all parts of the Province. At  Fernie last week a local hotel proprietor was fined $200 for having  sold liquor to a lad of sixteen. He  may also lose.his  license. X At   a  Nelson, too, the proprietor of the, i  Kootenay hotel "was" fined $100   -  and costs  by Magietsate Iryine,  for having made a sale tb a minor  on the Ist October.*   The boy in  ,this; case was  in, his  twentieth  year.     This is tie second case in  which a conviction has been secured in -STelsori."iindor-thft*ti������'w'  licensingacc-ior illegal sale of intoxicants to minors. Hotelkeepers  should  note that a minor is de  fined in tbe statutes as a person  under 21 years of age.  -$-���������������������*���������������������-$-O ������0OO������OQ������ ������<>-$-���������������������. fl $ ft ������ ������ ������  An Sn/oyabte Evening  Society mutters at Oreston are keep-  along a pace. Miss Margaret Moore  and Miss Opie were hostesses at a smart  party given last Friday evening at  Douglas Villa. On this occasion cards  and danoing, as well as various amusing games were indulged in during the  evening, while dainty refreshments  were partaken of. The ohapernns were  Mr. and Mrs. ~R. J. Long, and Mr. and  Mrs. Geo. Young. The invited gueBtB  were the Missea Johnson, MoBain, Huseroft, Hood, Loamy and Howarth, while  the gentlemen were Messrs. JackGon,  Soruton, R. S. Gibbs, E. O. Gibbs,  MoBain, Murdoch, Oallender, Luke,  Boston, R. O'B. FitzGerald, Ohas. Sut-  olififo, and Oapt. A. S. FitzGerald. As  entertainers tho young hostessos proved  themselves equal to tho ociooiion.  Electricity and Progress  Last Monday -Earning the Canyon  City Lumber Oo. sawmill started to operate double shifts by the aid of electric  light, as a modern electro light plant  has just been installed in the mill. The -  dynamo of this plant* is capable of pro-  dncing five hundred 16-candle power '  lights, which will be ample to provide  eleotric light for many o% the residents  of Oanyon City in addi-nUnf to lighting  the mill.  Canyon [City is now going ahead by  leaps and bounds, ahd if the present progressive rate iakeps up, it will only be  tb,e matter of a.Bhprfe time till that industrious settlement will have nearly all  the conveniences that^are, enjoyed byj*. ^  -Si-gdia eityr      ," "- -"'      -  ~ '  "*-*���������*���������*���������-������"  1  yard,���������CCS.  *Boy Scouts ,  Rev. S. ]Sarkissian, assisted by B. O'B. ���������  FitzGerald, is organizing a Boy's Scouts  for Creston, and the preliminary stops  to this end were taken here last Wednesday, when the following boys  expressed a desire to join thia body : Reginald Lidgate, Alex. Lidgate, Roy Mailer, Ernest Atherton, Stan.  Hendren,  Bert    Arrowsmith,    John   Broderiok,  Robert Maxwell, John Andrews, David  Dow, Andy Patterson, Frank Patterson,  Peroy Hendren, John Hobden, Clarence"  Maxwell and Babs Douglas.  Tho objeotof this new organisation ia  to make more useful citizens, not only  in war, but in ordinary day lito. Any  other boys wishing to join will be gladly  received.  "3T  ���������<<  Our patronB pleaso tako notice that  all changes pf advertlsoments nuwt be  handed into the Review ottioo not later  than TuoBday evening at 0 o'clock. Any  ohangos of advertisement handed iu  of ter that hour will not appear till tho  next week's issue. This haa been found  necessary, and thero will bo no exceptions,  i <  /'<.  Vf*:  THE CRESTON MERCANTILE  have this week received :  One carload iFkst Class CHICKEN WHEAT  Two carloads No. i TIMOTHY HAY from Quebec  One carload BRICK One carload CEMENT  One carload COAL OIL and GASOLINE  was  ana  HM  ,Jr^ r 1G ���������/: S    Ja t ������ ll'.t  il.  M" 'I  ,������  ���������Xy.v"i  ������������������yx.'tf  '���������X���������.HVl  yam  ...J.JV  Creston Mercantile  \mJ\J*  'V*.  .   ;,-. "A ������������������':��������������������������� Ai  .'.: .;.;.-''���������������������������   -vH'.-|  ���������.AAV:".      A.?Aitf(  ly'iM ���������:'-, .'Wc'.'-i'.-.'.-ojii* ^^?^^^**^-t_Bf-_H-WCW------WBWW*--W-B-H-^ r' ���������1���������ZLZ^^T.  a' ' . .1": Y Y  I  X  :'-#?'������;'.  Al  THE   CRJ-STON,   B.C.   KEYIEW.  suits for early autumn and winter is of  black lightweight cloth; the skirt short  and narrow, is  finished with  a broad  band of black satin beaded with black  braid in two widths, one very narrow  . and  one  quite  ���������wide.    The  jacket,  hip  { length, has a!-to a band of satin beaded  with the brtijing, and there are broad,  black satin savers.   The gown is not so  sombre as itwould .'be without the satin,  but, none tha less, is all black and would  be perhaps dull looking were it not for  the most fascinating little fitted waistcoat of bright blue moire.   This is separate from the coat, which can be worn  without it if so desired; is fitted as care-  Sully ������a tbe waist, is open just a littlfe  at  the throat, is fastened with -fancy  1 "buttons, anS it certainly makes tho gown  a hundredfold moro elaborate in effect.  Cerise and a bright green and an odd  The ureaiing ������& mourning m England  consequent upon the.death of dving Edward Yli. ba������ exerted a, widespread influence in fa������vor'.of'.black and .black and  white that will be felc "for several  months. Strangers visiting London feei  obliged to wear black because otherwise tiuey v\eie disagreeably conspicuous. One American woman, who, not  provided with a black gown, went to  the play atured in .light blue soon became so painfully conscious that she  ������*as the only women in .the entire house  wearing a color that she,left.before the  play was over, lt lias been said that  in consequence of the enforced wearing  of black an outburst of most vivid colors will follow, but that remains to be  proved, juid line dressmakers are bu.-y  turning out tlie smartest of all black  and black and white gowns tii^t are j-o  fascinatingly .becoming they are certain  to b������* copied. (  Never were ������here so many black satin  ���������    the   coat   and   Skirt cos-  retnarkable  terials are far more popular. Foulaid,  while emphatically a summer fabric, will  this season be worn late in the autumn,  for the newe=t designs have a black  satin ground with only a small pattern  of white, and that quite far apart in  the design, so that the effect is much  ifcore of a satin than a foulard. One  of the latest fashions is the use of embroidery instead of lace on white muslin, the openwork light pattern and al������o  the patterns that look like Venetian  lace in design. This* is always veiled  with black voile or chiffon and is newer  than lace and is also combined, with  lace, the yoke and collar, unveiled. b<*-  ing of the laee, while .all the other trimming is of embroidery, veil������������d -with woil������  de soie and chiffon.  In order to gain the desired eiffect of  scantiness in silk or light weight mater-  THE LATE SUM MER  MODEL.  THIS   niOTOGRAPH   SHOWS   TH E NEW ROLLED BRIM AND OHIF-  FON-ROSB TRIMMER HAT F OR LATE SUMMER WEAR.      '  gowns   worn,  tumes especially, and it i  how many ..-.different, kinds of black satin there are. Some have a bright finish,  ctheis a dull: then some ol the gowns  are braided ������r embroidered. while  others, and tbese the majority, are absolutely plain. Alt are made with short  skirts, aaid the coats are either short  or medium length, the long coat of last  autumn and -winter having pased into  oblivion. Extremely scant, "both skirt  and coat, and with close fitJ&ng sleeves  of a length that reaches nu'dway between elbow and wrist, these coats are  very smart if well made and. 'Of good  material, tlie fasliion not being adopted  to the limited income, for to "be satisfactory they must *be of a good quality  of satin and also be well cut. 'As has  been already stated, there is *a strong  effort being made to bring in the old-  fashioned soft, lustreless silks is*, place  of the black satin, but the former ts  not 'nearly so, becoming a material and  it is aouu.iut ������1   *������������������  ceed.  ,rfi>mnt,   WiTi 'SUC-  Black Satin Coat Suits.  The three-piece costume in black "satin is certainly useful and smart and  will be copied for the winter in aaftin  finished black cloth���������tiro late autmnn  models, if not too eccentric, being taken as models. The three piece suit 4s  more apt to be -what it "re called, three  piece, than Avhat is was last season,  when the skirt and waist -in one   weretj  MANCDARIN   DRESS  FOR GSBi..  This -.Sketch shows a modish little*}  frock oi-linen for the 12-yeax-oLd gifl-fj  The top Us of ecru and ros������ figured*'  linen. The wide hem is in plain rose}  linen, k are the y cuffe: Frills df"  ecru batiafe top the hem and cuffs  and edge 3he lower collar. Ecru eoj*r,  ered buttons trim skirt and sleeves, j  FOR   THE   LHTLE   MA1T.  '������������his>quaint, scoop hat covered "with'  pongee or a handsome India print is  the smartest of all hats for little  girls.. Fruits made of handsome crepe  de chine in deep fruit colors, with  velvet or -satin .foliage, msfke -an 'exquisite trimming -for these pretty hats.  shade  of yellow  are  aU fashionable if  color be desired, and if a woman wishes  to dress altogether in black it is a Telief  to know there is some way in which a  too tiresome monotony can be avoided.  Xot an absolutely new "fashion i������ the  band of satin around the bottom of the  skirt,'but it is at the moment a peculiar  style for the more elaborate street costumes, and is-*seen on the all satin skirts  as well as on the cloth���������not only the  * plain 'bands unto -which 'is gathered "the  fulness of the  skirt, but  the  straight  skirt -with no 'fulness is also finished in  this way.   When combined with cloth it-  is certainly most effective, and the latest information vouchsafed is that for  the-winter the-same fashion will be car-'  i-ie'd -out'hvvelvet instead, 'tff -Baiin, vtfiile -  satin and velvet will be extremely smart  The "fashions of the moment are so ex-  traordinarily'complex that it "is most dif-"  ficult'in any way to distinguish what is  attractive from such a mass of contradiction, and conservative "taste 'has har'd  ���������wo:frk*to hold its own, but "here and there  are 'to 'be seen models whieh display un-  i broken lines not-marred "by "the'intro&ue-  { tion df too glaring contrasts either in  ���������'���������maxeiiai  or color,  arid  -V7hsn black  is  chosen *there is'less "danger o'f one's taste  being 'led  away 'into strange fields  of  color and effect.'   Nothing simpler nor'  smarter can be "found than the accordion  plaited at>d tucked voile de soie gown,  trimmed-with black, satin and ecru lace,j  the Skirt short, 'but not exaggeratedly'  short, and the waist tight fitting, the  *io"+.������ IipM down by Vthe broad bands <*f  Jane lij'io collars.  Sleevelet chiffon coats.       >'  ],ig Mce drapcuos on hat*.    , >  Thu \\hite-liiu*d scan' of satin.  Dainty hinges entiiely  of  tiny  flow-  oi^.   Little kilted frilHngs on the smait  ni'w blouses.  BONBON CUPS MADE FROM  NAPKINS.  Very attractive little cups for icC3 or  bonbons, may be made fiom papei nap-  kiii������ if one wishes to decorate a luiich-  con table inexpensively or to make at-  tiactive the sweetmeat booth at a summer bazaar. The making of these charming little cups is entiiely a matter of  folding, no stitching or pasting being necessary, and the woik takes only a moment. There ai/e now so many designs  iu paper napkins that one may make a  =ik'Ction pretty much according to one's  ov ii fancy, bui far the paper cups it is  better to have a. design that encircles  the napkin or covers it nearly ail over  rather than one which is only in one or  two corneis. Flower boidered napkins  aie especially good for the cups.  As paper napkins are somewhat hre-  gulai, it is necessary at fiist to gee the  ct litre accurately by folding thchuul-  keichief catcneorneied and then catcr-  foineied again. Then unfold it and the  ecu tie will be marked.  The first fold that you make after getting the centie in the "winner described  dor you will find the process extremely  simple.  If these are to be used for ices there  are little cardboard cups which will fit  iiibide. If they'aie'to be used to hold  boribons no cups are ueces-ary.  THE   ORIENTAL  TOUCH.  It flourishes. '   '      ' >     >  'Note  the colors.  .See the embroideries.  There are beaded stuffs.    '  *'   '  There  are,,Eastern color  schemes.  Silks  are printed in  Persian designs.  Braids and incrustations heighten the  effect.  <r ���������" -        -    .    . ft    - i  -This   oriental  touch  will     be   barely  visible in* day attire.*       , 4  And evening cloaks and dresses will  show much more than mere Oriental  touches.  WllUH    ><"u    "���������������*' v   ������-  .  .    .     ara   11*1   I   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������   selected.    *<>"^ *"%**'%      has   Jal the gre^t care ia taken in the  most   invariably   ehosen, ���������y"      ��������� ^j ^ruction of tflbe skirt.   There is a, .  been proved that for  a gown ������Ltesi' .fiation or underskirt of the softest satfn j  worn with a coat there is ^f^fte      <& silk, whSdh S3: fitted as tight as pos-;  advantage in being able tojweartmi      | ^ble to t]je fi     e- and reaches only*  tut waists.       Moat fascinating are *     ��������� ^^ digtanee nieiow the knees; on this  waists of  lace  and fancy net veiled in  Sack voile de *oie  vvith t������>e 'lower Part  if the waist of satin in soft folds, on  ?L  plan of      a high      draped  bod.ee.  S5..S   ol  the   eat.!.,  *������cl.  can   ^ ������  color if so desired under .^W^0^  Bo -over  the  Bhouldor������  nml   finish    the  bIoovch.     There in a narrow ������������"������������"  printed" yoke and collar of   ace mjdeo-  trniiflparent ns possible, and this; Is not  veiled with the black.    So clveerly ore  the  folds     of  material draped on Mm  waint that the effect is the some      *������  though  waist  and  skirt wero M      ���������  one, nml the Row,, can be worn wltho t  the coat,   t'nro must be taken that tho  fold**   nro  pot  too  thick,    for that  is  mo*t unbecoming to tho figure  .  One of the newent models for a coat  of satin or cloth is of hip   cngth, with  ;U.ht but h.lf.fltt!nB.bock nnd   ron .  plaits held down by^-.-r .--,--.., . ,  **tin over the sKoiilders, crossing' ba^k  ond'front. An espeOially becoming style,  1ms the braid bands crossed at .the back,  aMfallingto the hem ol the ekirt, torm-  Sin fa������t the badkof^he gown t-he'  ;&, -Ming tfiniShed with a ^Jte Wj  of tflhe satim The gown l^incon^icuous  ia^Tfor its marked simphc^ anajbea,u-  tv of line. ThiB is a new model *fco* ia  *ewed a aeant straight flounce of the jg������������^ "pepulttr^-A. x. ^  con-  foam-  18  malarial and over this falls the straight  skiii or tunic, firiwhed with a wide hem.  If tlw lines are too trying then the tunic  is slwped to be -sliorter in the front or  tlie biuek and the flounce has more ful-  I noBfl In f.hi* wny nf *i*ant 1h>x pleats wide  apart.    The  moat *becoming* style' for  nny one who is not mlender permits of  a draped effect, os though the tunic were  long enough to drupe across the front  nnd  tie  at  the  side  with    the    back  breadths.   Tho lowor part of .the waist  is draped, the folds goin)* around the fig- ,  lire, not up and down, and the material j  iwpw.  Paiftltey bags.  Paisley belts  i������ to turn all the, points of the handkerchief in to the centie. leaving the decorated side out. Then turn the handkerchief and again turn n\l the corners m  toward the centie. Without turning over  the ha ndkei chief turn the oorners in toward the centre for the third time. Then  tiun over the handkerchief. again and  turn the corners up to the centre once  nioi'e.  The folding is mow all done.   To shape  ihe  cup  place  the  folded handkerchief  ov������:r the bottom of a 'tumbler which is  placed upside down on a table.   The sid3  of .the handkerchief whieh should be uppermost    is    that    which    shows    four  squares.    Then turn down each of the  four points over tbe glass,- pulling them  a little, which will not hurt the paper,  and will make a "better cup.   As eoon as  you  have  pulled down  the  four  outer  points'four more points will be exposed,  Wh'idh aro also to be pnllad down.   You  have then a oup with eight points. 'Thin  may all sound very difficult, but if you  start out following the directions iu or  NOW   COMES   THE   "HIDDEN  COIFFURE"  The latest Paris fashion requires that  woman's hair be hidden. For this purpose tne "hidden coiffure" has been  contrived.  It consists of a combination hat, really two~trats in one. First is worn a  tight fitting mob cap, edged with lace  in frill form all around, completely  framing the face and hiding the hair.  Over this is worn a large picture hat  of coloring and trimming to match tlfe  cap. which appears merely' as a trill.  W henA the large ' hat is ta&en off rearrangement of the hair is unnecessary, for the cap completely hides the  ficulty of keeping a large ready-made  stock.  Blouses lo match miist necessarily be  made to order, although there are always adjustable.  For quiet wear at small hotel or  boarding house considerable attraction  lurks in the useful confection of black  chiffon hemmed with black satin,' ahd  worn with a white chiffon underbodice,  fitted round the base of the throat  with the tiniest stitched tucks. It is a  very ingeniously worked out idea altogether, and could easily be converted  into one of these inestimably useful  tunics, or couvrc-blouses, as ,they are  called, than which we have never had  anything more admirably adapted) for  unpretentious demi-toilett-es.,, ��������� , '  ,      ! ~C   ul/rcniun   ac/,,  ^ There is a' lot of Vainglorious expression- on the part of the, men ,al*outj their.   *  being  the  superior  sex.    We hear  too,  much of man's endurance,1 o'f his inteT-    -  loot,   of this  executive   ability-; and   all  that sort of thing. , 4  Take a man and mako^him wegj' a ������  spotted veil and he will be;nearly blind ������  within a year. ^ )  Pinch n, man into corsets and^ within  a  week he  will have     heart    trouble,  chronic pleurisy,  acute  indigestion,, ap-    J  pendicitis and a funeral.  Tie a man's ankles* in" a hobble skirt  and he will have rheumatism.*followed    '  b^ paralysis of the legs  from .lack of  exercise. '~ *  Pile a few founds of false >h&jr������ on a  man's head and he will succumb to bjrain  fever within a month.  Clamp a man's feet in tight shoes and  make him toddle about ,on .high heels  and he will die of the charley-horse.   '  Man loses on the score of 'endurance'  alone. Intellect and executive ability  are .argued by the capacity to combat  these tortures and trials. ��������� Man is undoubtedly the inferior sex , and ^should,  retire to the last row of s������ats and be  quiet.���������Chicasro Post.' *  ,     BE; LOyABLJE,  Do peopile shun you?  Be lovable. . *, %  Is  some one unkind tO.yott?  ' * Be lovable. *-  Do you have to work very hard?  Be "lovable, **���������...       ;  r *Y   .  - Have you cause for flurry a,nd worry?  Calm yourself and���������be' lovable.  Many "of us~are disagreeable, and not*  even observe the .Golden Rule, yet we re-,  sent a lack of love.  EVENING BLOUSE.  Shot chiffon is used in furbishing up  ���������evening blouses, and a lovely effect is  ^.UUCU    UV    fJlUtV   4C,.U   lu tilt 1.    U,.iv������l?.-C    t/^r    M  frilling ot gathered ribbon in these alternate shades, with a cluster of pink or  blue hydrangeas tucked in the soft folds  in front. This is also seen in the fash-  iouable alliance of gray shot with gold,  the flowers being in metal ioncs to correspond.  ci if tare.  One* cf these hidden coiffures pcovl ~t  a matinee in London was black, i The  cap was made of plain black satin, edged with white lace and bebe rosebuds.  ���������The large hat was of blaek tegal  straw,' with a white lace covered brim  and a small rosebud trimming to  match.  i*notlifer method of covering the hair  in vogt-e in Paris is.'to wear 'bandeaux  of ribbon or satin so wide that they  have the appearance of a Dtch bonnet  over the front of the hair.  This haft a band  of braiding and cm  broidory nround the bottom of the coat  and  down   either   side  in   front.    The  ii'uutn .-.re: sought towt.lier with  fancy  ornament*.   Tt is quite new nud smnvt,  but givrs n lino that i1* not always becoming, and consequently is oft<m modified by lmvlncr the trimming only <tywn  tho  front.    Tf. however, it i������ possible,  tho embroidery band nround the jacket  is  invariably  chosen   as  the  fmwrtOftt.  There is not so marked a change in tho  contR ns tin*  skirt* of  the  fltrcet costumes.    The  straight  effect  hack  nnd  front Is still fnRliionnblc. and it is only  that there is more ������hnplnjr, in p curving  at tin* side senmst-the fashionable figure nlwny**. beintr extremely uleiidcr, but  at  the same  time more  rmm<V<1  thnn  angular.  How to. Look Slender.  ' Only the leading dressmakers now advocate an extremely low cut and hhorfc  comot, relying entirely n*f������on the. cut oi  her tfowns nnd ooat������ to give the required  straight and sh-iidor aptwnrnncc de������  man-led.  It h more interesting and quite mar-  vell'i-uft to note how tlik tdfndf-r effect  Is obtained when tin* wearer of the gown  in by no nic-tmti thin, All hcamn arc  straight In effect, for nil IIik-h arc per-  ncndtaular. but n* yut It requirr-n the  skill of a <������U'Vi*r dresHtunker tn enrry out I  Hi** Idem. Hut in itself tlm fiulilon h '  not *o Involved, und with it j/ood, por-  feet fitting pattern, It will be quite po������������  ������iblt* l*efor������i winter *ets in f������������r every woman lo know Iiow h������'f winter suit hhAll  he inn,!,-,  Blftek velvet U to be extremely fa������h*  lonalil* thi** winter, and In fonneijnenca  blwek velveteen and corduroy w\\\ iigiiln  \*> in fttvor. but for thn present sueh  materlaU enn   only   In*   talked   nbout,  \Miim  iiwlii   <*������',���������?   tVft  V.^iltr  W'el������bt������  of  ������M������rjf#������  ������ttjl  fnmfVn Imlr are chmicn  In  HOW DO YOU LIKE THIS?  Mushroom hat of black natln, odgod  with full shirring of coriflo colored  chiffon and topped by a Iiwbo stiff  blnek nigrot. Tho lmt vory largo and  very drooping���������-unusually ������o, ovon  lor a, mushroom.  enn either Ik( dvawn tl(t*lit to gtvn iih  Hinnll n. waist menHUi'O aa pOHftihlo, or  like the i-IiihhIc drnporlfH, bo left Iooho to  Hiilto hide the effuut o( any waist and  nm Ice thn figure vory m*ariy tlio ������nim<������  width nt the wnlst line wn at the Wpa.  In dc-Ncription thin fanhlon may ajuff'ar  InipoMsllile for thn majority of wnmien,  but already it is lining so modified and  worked out that It In quIU" safe to *j������r������������  diet tlint before winter It will linv������* \m  eomn not only poNslhh*, but e,v������n aUrnc*  the,  DRESS WELL.  Do. *  ' 'It pays.  It really does.      ,?      '   '  lt gives one poise. '  *   *  Knjoy the sense,of it all.  To be well dressed makes one tranquil.  A.tear takes one|s mind from better  things. ,  .        1  ���������An unbecoming detail actually effect?  the mind.    - - '    ..  lt adds to a woman's comfort to be  '-���������oiibidoied well dressed.  ( , eioine   ivonien':''excuse themselves.'by'  siiyingVthey: can't afford finery.  Al-'incry has nothing to do with.being^  a'iitiolutely  well dressed. ,  '|'o';bo;\vell"d'ressed means that a wo-  liuaii'hiia. ehbseii a becoming color, a b?-  coini.iig, style (not extreme) and that  jUtiv aopossorios' do  not clash.    "  VERANDAH FUBNISHING8. *    '  For , tho ideal ,verandah , tho decorators nro now recommending WindBor  eJiaii-3, iirmchali'Sr ,nnd , . settlosi,and  .French flhro.'.riigp^^vliiio'li^omiB In, brown'  iiiid green iii very charming colorings. ,:  Tlu* Windsor ''chairs''Jaro'/"to bo had In  the original nt' very moderate -L prlceH  iibmadwang,, ^^WW^Miift^Jgr-- g?od  .ropi'odtictloiis at ovon nioro roasonabk  rntcs,;, Tho .French fibro rugs which  liyac* proved so vory natiflfactory for  Verandah* uso aro ma^o/l'rom jfrapo vlnb;  fibre Try tho French poaeants. Thoy',ar������  vory dumblo. Thoro afo also tho Coltld:  1'iign, which como from Scotland and  nro ��������� In a varloty of colors, most , of  which are decidedly vivid.       .       ,'  Jhfi Torjua'dah tea, table, *whlch Ib sup*  pti8������d to ImrnioiilKo most admirably  with tho Windftor chairs is rtiio Jacobean  round table, whioh, although vory ox-  pen'Blvo in the antique, Ib to bo found in  -orodltnblo roproduotlons.' Then for tho  lighting of thin qiuiintly furnished .vor������  aiuTnh thoro nro wonderful lanterns of  frosted glass and bra������������. Those .ii., the  nrlglnnl nro I'nro and correspondingly  hundred'dollarn aplen?. Thoro nro; of  expensive, somo of thom costing aoypral  course, many varieties of lantorna  .which oven'omonpf tho genuinely old  nrn  quito Inexpensive.  FRENCH  FROCK OF SILK.1  I,,10  Drosses of two-toned silk 'with lhatB!|'���������w  to'-match-��������� are frequently, soon on tbe1,, ,  fashionable  woman  of  Paris. ,   Occasionally th6 body of the gowW.-v^  flgVired in two or moro ehades.? the-u ���������,  hem   always   of, tho  darkest   Bnade,:    .  but moro' 6itonY6Wy",th6'1 W6.,,;t6riWv:  in plain', silks - aro^: combined,; l������ic.ii.v^T^;'fit  Por this charming little cjroBB palev  rose Indla:''Bllk'''i8l','tised--,fO-l'--the-''b'0"dsriv-'','.v  , doopor,,, xoflo, .1 or tftho>ftoroy;< Aa4������.t*i;^i',-;;.'  mIhgs.'a'',TOd>'skl*t''firpttoeWFift  broad  silver    spangled   ombioidety,^,,  bnnd,  which  tops ; the wide, !%car*|viA .  hom, and, silver ^laco is nsod io_fith^e,;_|  yoke ������������������ ''���������'���������''���������" ������������������'x"u '''Vi i!-"v'w'<"'���������'"���������'���������'���������'���������'���������''.(���������������"i'".',,'''j-i,sA^  rose silk oovorod hat withVltotdngvpOi;  the deeper color, an4:'*rlrilm^;-with.*;::-:-*  deep, rose pqppios;Torfe'yMx  ''Used* at:v a ��������� giYidioi^-fc*-W-W.n.,W������"^i\*<*;.V '������������������' x  A ���������''JTapa-n-MHi'' paUnaolA-wMoli *is ^h(v  narakol' of the, djiyV in. VPayis������-shonldi ���������  bo earried witli Aft costume in thoso  Colors., :���������  yxX,���������,,x,y  x,,. k,���������  '..,.' ;/ ,^,'y  A Touch of Owler.  Tlm color thnt In Introduced Into the  1^..,,,*.   ....,.,..,.hi  l������  ,.,*,.*   f.lK.*,c������i-K, .H������).m 14.  4.,lltL  - ,,���������   - It l������ never to lm noticed In the coat or  pwnaratlon for th<* flr*t cool day# ol ������ wklrt. but on tho waist, when In band**  *������������������ii������un������. At Hi* ���������������mm'*ni voile, chiffon, or folds or waistcoat. It lid mo������b bwsom*  foui*iu hm titiU *-i Uw b������.U, coo* a.u- jnU!y pmccd.' uuo of the Wiirtuii i.tiv������.t  A STUDY IN BLAOk AND WHITE.  Black and white 1ft a combination  to which, all Paris is dovolod. '  This photograph Bhoww a smart  whllo lint which rcl'eB wpon its blnek  Ratin fnolng and .feathery black aigret  > (rive It distinction,  Tlio sciirl Ik tlio vory newest wrln*io  ot fnn-hlon, nnd iflvea a touch of old  world bounty and grace to Blonder  fh^uldor* which It dranea. It la  iisiiiilly made of Holt brilliant luitm  and i������ linod with whito, Occ-t-lwiaUsr  on������ ������ee������ a Hnlna of brilliant irreen  or u-������UM/but waiU i* lu.ucol.      V,  AS TO  BLOUSES.  .Season  Undoubtedly Thty Have a  r t Before TMm,  There 1* *yrent 'uhllnilnn In th������ bloimc  company at tho prospect of another wa������  ���������on tm cxceHnlvo demand. At the lamo  lline It Is Imponwlhlo to overlook the  lncroa*cd difficulties occasioned by the*  -edlctVthnt the blouse shall have some  eoloV ennneetlon with the omittime. The  fact that this may lie slight or emphatic,  riccor^inn lo Ufctw ot ������xlgcnclc������, onty  ^..^���������in'^iho^HouB-oli^   ; ^;\;  What  not   to buy slioud occupy ai, V  groat deal of thoU-fht. -  The knoynotn of art Is cllmlhatfon, nofc:  'Elaboration;  Ignorance, liko Nature, abhors a vaou-y  um, therefore prefers a cheap chrom6"������ "  to an empty wall space,  One object upon a mantel shelf Is ,bct- ��������� :  tor than a dazun, oven though that, olio-  bo of potters' clay. !  Period roomo aro onarcn for tho feet'-*  of Imiorancc, but /or knowledge thoy af-  forir vast opportunities, '���������..'  , When buyinR "old" china bo guided:';,  by Its back rather than Its fnco.   ,<..i" .",'���������,  in decorativo uciieintiu  uiivkurouna in������-  needful, bnt an aggressive tone makes' am '���������"������������������  end of art. ','''  There are times when a rag carpet l������ *-. <j  worth niore than a Persian rug. In early, ivl  American rooms notably.yx- C\*V'     fl' i  .UULicAUy B^eaktea ft" li Vl^% t������,. *';  wnlt for the iomnthlnff titan to ���������ubitl*i<vi* <  according  to  vnhww  ui ������*.������K>wik'������*������.������, ,v������>y    ^��������� '411  ���������]f'xyX''''r''^  n ww*������r m*-*"P*' W-w-t*^ vnnniwu iM**W*M* ^M> nwwwi.'.'1 * ���������*���������  im^u  wm#- W������1* "** * *v***-v*������W***M' **������������������* ^AWax������^jnWm0-  THE   CRESTON,   B.C.  REVIEW  \ sWA. ~A)y<\&  crash  ft'-:.  Iiow   iiitenwoiy   hciii ic   \������u.s a.������  eveiy | aweied.   "_.'ou aro a.ul ain't;; that i������ a 1,1  rapid step lett the little, town turtiiw,'  behind her! how, madly her poor heart  beat as she hurried on at headlong speed,  scarcely conscious of any but the one  absorbing fear for the man she loved���������  his danger, not her own���������the woman's  whole being, physical and mental, was  strung up to too high a tension for that;  she was living a.lifetime offeree agony  in that half hour.  Were those men behind lier���������or not  even astir yet���������or���������before her? Merciful  heaven!    wan she too late?  Ka!���������at last! a paling skirting the  road as it took a sharp turn.  "You will Bee the''park paling before  you reach the lodge gates," Rahmnee  had said, "and from that point it is a  shorter cut across if you can get over.  The lodge-keeper will be fast asleep, and  hard to wake.'  "I will cross the paling3!" she had an-  Bwered.  And now. with breath coming in heavy  throbs, almost sobs, she paused for a moment, listening intently.  "Silence, silence everywhere,  On the earth, and in the air.M  Then, nerved as only the desperate can  bo, she put her two hands on the top of  the high palings, and drew herself up���������  how, she never could have told, but that  she did it, and got over and dropped on  the other side into bushes, struggled  through the foliage, and got on to a  grassy glade.  Where  lay the house itself?  She hurried forward���������on���������on through  a wooded glen���������still on.  Ah! what was that gleam? Was it  her fancy, or the flash of some light she  bad caught through the wood���������the light,  perhaps, from an open window? Thero  jt was agihi, glinting ahead in the distance. Was it the beacon of life,  was the mob there before her?  -joi ami. resolute as he was himself���������  as she laid baon in munv a danger before  this.  Suddenly  there   was   a  halt,   then   a  hoarse     murmur   of     angry       surprise-  to me."  He went out, .leaving ths door op: n,  and she heard him iu some othsr van iw,  shutting and barr:n*j windows and di>o**s.  Th?n he returned with wine and foot',  fr.mvthe supper-table in the dining-roon.  and bid her take that v/hilst he went to  make all safe upstairs.  Christine obeyed, for she needed it  after her terrible journey; bat all th.  time her ear was on the aleit for thi-  dreaded sound of the mob.  ,In ten minutes St. Maur onc������* more  came back. /  "Now I am ready for these villains,''  he said, with grim quietness. "We can  stand a fair siege, and give them a laitte  of lead for supper. And now,' if you can,  tell me all. Ah, my darling, my one  'treasure!" He threw himself on the seat  beside her, took her into his arms, and  passionately kissed her lips again and  again. "I have so hungered and thirsted  for you that I feel half afraid this ecstasy of happiness is ony]'a mad dream  from which I must awake. No. no!  whatever   strange   irony   of     fate     has  heavy,, inegiilar tu.mp, tiamp of m.'i.iy j them winders; the RhuttcrsTl  f<.ot came on nc.m r ani nearer���������.'ie>j afore this 'ere hook,door!"  litan with'flashing ives. and stern, rum- j ."Tho first sensib'e words the fel-  ������i -s idix that idi>l "us own tale of no low has uttered," remarked St. Maur,  'piarter given or  take.i;  the, woman  a*    sarcastically. "Now, Prank, Frank, ride  fast���������ride fast���������for my darling's sake]  Sweetest music now would be the tramp  of Darnley's troop!"  , As he said that, & shower of blows  from, doubtless, pickaxes aud hammers,  rained upon the Aolid. ir������s-*rird������. abutters of the drawing-room with a heavy,  thudding sound that sent the blood  back in Christine's heart, bold as she  ���������was. She trembled for her .over���������his  fear was for her.  . "We must retreat upstairs," he' said.  "In twentv minutes they'll break ia  there."  "Pale,0' exclaimed his wife, suddenly,  "is there much wine in that dining-  room?"  (To be continued.)  "Ah, ha' "-  said FaleOner, with a half  laugh. "You expected to find the place  open, and an easy victory and you can't  make out how the warning has been  g������vcn." /  "They   arc   very   quiet.   Falconer."  "The lull before the storm," said  he. "I guess They are euchred at present, and are sending- scouts round the  house in "tearch -of some unguarded entry or ladders."  "Are there any. Fale?"  "Neither, so far as thoy are concerned. I've baned-up "every outer means  df entry, and locked every inside door,  so that if they do break in they muBt  cut every step of their way after us.  There are a few ladders, but they wonld  not reach the floor over this, which ia  shuttered up.. There is a fire-escape,  but," said St. Maur, grimly, touching  his breast, "they are welcome to try  its use. I should simply go on to the  leads and pick them off like flies, in  detail,   after   fair-t warning;   I   reckon  they  dear.  won't   be   game  to try that,  my  They'll^ go  for the hall door, or  brought you here, through a peril I dare   one flf those fo-^,   _iad ^ith haU������..  not think of, this precious form in my   IX XJLLTJUCl   f������*.\JtM*   JCJLIM.J  V  CHAPTER XXXVIII.  And more than once in those long  dreary hours it was almost despair that  swept over that solitary man, so recently the brilliant and well-nigh most reckless gambler in gay, excited Monte Carlo, where- the waning passion had made  its last most desperate effort  ftor      the      mastery,      nnd been  beaten down * forever' by the  mastery of love, and the sudden transition from wild Monte Carlo to the dead  level of this place, and grim waiting, was  surely a severe test of the strength of  that love, and the depth of the man's  nobler nature in'Vhich it Jusd its-roots.  The*re"was not one regretful looking  back for itself to the glittering vie* left  behind, "though it left the past a waste, a  howling wilderness, and the present apd  future a chaos, save for, the one worshipped light 'di' his better life a*.   Qf  this whole existence. * -  He tried to beguile time and thought  by reading, then with music; but all in  vain. The restless, unsatisfied longing  would not be assuaged, nor the wound  healed, save by his darling's touch. He  must pour out his whole soul at her feet  ���������his hope, his misery, his penitence, and  bitter self-reproach, all. his passionate  yearning for her presence, to tell her the  truth, and hear, her dear lips ,take back  the words, whose stern bitterness of  truth still burned his heart like fire--"I  am a gambler's'wife!"  He was too restless to keep still, and  paced the long drawing-room, passing  and repassing the open French windows,  trying once more to unravel the tangled  web of his, position and*think out the  future, and again in vain.  The hard injustice of his Uncle's enmity to the dead Mrs. Berenger'a unknown child stood out more fM-.-ibly  than ever. It wna unbearable, now that  the real barrier was gone. It was justice that his own sins ahoudl have pnrt-  ed him from his wife, but not this blind  prejudice.  "It shall not bo!" tho man muttered,  fiercely.   "It-is maddening���������maddening!'  Then he suddenly stopped nt the limn-  toi-picco, as ho saw that the ormolu  clock pointed the- (juartor to i������l������������ven.  How late Rahmnee wasl Had h. lost  his way, ov been waylaid perhaps by  somo of those ruffians, fur more of rut),  bort than sturdy beggars, \i;ho somo.  tlmcB rovo tho* country.  At 'that moment, standing funing the  immense, chlraney.glass, hu caught sight  of a figure ontoring by tho opun window  ���������a woman's figure���������a woman's taoo of  ghastly beauty, nnd wild, wide-open eyes  Of deadly fear,        . ,  Tho man swung round, and, with'one  step forward, threw open his arms.  "Great heavens I what does thin moan?  My wlfe���������my*precious wife!    Heavens!  '.-.are,yoii'unharmed?'' :V ���������x,,'X"X,XXXXX'X'"'  Foi' she 11 .orally flung Jiorsolf upoii  his breast, clinging to him In a patwn.ii  of terror and rellof, oaoh breath dragged  tip In a deep,; heavy sob, quivaring from  head to foot like *ome* poor/ hunted  creature, even in that strong,, sheltering  embrace, wrapped so bloSoly to a hiis������  band's heart, :,y.y-,V"A Yy' .*..,;, 'X.:.���������������������������.��������� ���������������������������:,,  "My darling! my life I nothing >li������IJ  part u������ again, oome what may 1" he said,  as Christine struggled for tho power ol  V'SpBClcb.'' ���������,''''" ,'.,,'   .':','    "'"������������������'������������������' ':.'���������,  V "Bar the wlndows���������tho hoiisol" shr*  gasped, "The miners are out .agftlni-t  you! I sent llthmnea for help! Quick 1  aSk nothing yet I    But bar apl    Keep  . thjrm butXor a tlmel"  Ho put her on to the tibia at once,  without a question.-rot ol tha wyUory,  took fiom the mantel-piece /his re voloer,  which had lain there aft the evening, put  It In his breastpocket, and went to tho  windows h������io first. ��������� V,  All tho lowoV windows, and those-on  the floor above, were fitted with "very  strong shutters, iron-elampfrd and Iron-  barrcdj  not  folding shutters,  but,   In  ������������������ftw-'t; a-solid, thick door, made to run  b*������k Into a spaoa in thn wall, tlie'" glass  window hiring-on-Hi* inside oi ih*t rouiii,"  These shutters St. Maur'new nulled ant  and hatred' actons,  "May there, my > darling,. far ������ few  mllBe* and rest, whilst 1 bar tip ������-wry  dooFand window still not .done, t ������1o*wd  my, <m*������ butv tlii* *������>!������ a ������������w,iMl������i1Kf������**'i*������ ****������������������*  w������-4h#'"j������*iflipT*v|i������rt.w  arms, these dear lips under mine, are  real, and in safety with me; for the  worst that can come is death. Tell me  all now, resting here."  And then Christine toll the story,  Jiow the little" pointer pup, whose life  he himself had saved, had destroyed  Helen's laee, thus causing her own expedition to Gorst; how she had met  Rahmnee after he had posted the letter,  and then overheard the woman's story  of the body of locked-out men who had  planned to attack this;"bou'=e to-niatht,  with the intention of forcing St. Maur  ���������as being really the moving spirit in  the refusal of their demands���������to surrender; and if not���������well, his life was at  the least in deadly peril if they got  hold of him.  "If!"xsaid Falc, with a smile; "and  if I'surrender! Why, the idiots, don't  they know me better yet? I'll shoot  down like jackals the first that get in!  TO7-s.11     .Inn./,., ������������  __ The rest was soon told. She had sent  Kahmnee to Lynton, to Frank Addison,  and made her way by train, and then  the terrible walk across country to warn  him. to be with him in his peril, to die  with him if murder were the end.  "Christine, Christine, what have lever  done for you, and what is there that  you have not done for me, even tb this  last hour?"  With that bitter cry of self-accusation  he got up abruptly and paced the room  for minutes, struggling against the tempest of,wild emotions that racked him;  and'yet through all, like a golden chord,  ran ^that one deep joy���������she was here  with him, her priceless love, herself, all  his own; the worst barrier between  them, of his own building, broken, down.  He caught her wistful, troubled gaze.following him, and turning" suddenly," he  knelt beside her and clasped his arms  about her waist, as he had done that  night in his chambers months ago.  "Do you remember all you said when  wo parted last?" he said, hoarsely.  "Every burning word so terribly true,  bo more than deserved, that I went' from  you desperate, maddened with the agony  of the wound. What! did I thenTealiy  love a base, despicable vice better than*  you? My heart cried out no���������a thofl^  snnd times no! I hod fought to keep  both passions, love and sin, and you  sent the high-handed sinner from you to  choose between the two, face to face  with 'the stern truth he had shunned to  meot���������a gambler, you a gambler's miserable wife���������'loved less than the wretched paesidn for play,' you said. And, oh,  wife, it was so bitter!'���������he hid his face  in her bosom now���������"because I knew In  'my inmost soul that you alone were  first, only I wanted both���������I wanted  both. I was half mad all that time at  Monte Carlo. Tlio hmt month I wanted  gold���������gold to pay old debts. and claim  you back without breach of honor to  Morley. I played as I had never yet  dono, I tell you, and,I lost���������lost night  after night, till everything was gambled  away but a hundred or two, nnd nearly  all that went tho.last night, Suddenly  I saw before me you^ words; yes, I  did as plainly ns I boo yon now. I saw  your hand writing It. I felt that you,  never abacnt from my thoughts, wore  there with mo, saving me. My heart  cried out to you in answer to those  words spoken and written."  "I know'it all, my husband," Christine said, softly, stooping to kiss tho  bowed head., "I saw, I heard, I wot, with  you���������-whether In a dream or not, I know  not, but I was thero."  "Christine I ,oh, ChriBtlne! it was not  my-fevered fancy, then!" lie crkd, passionately. "You knew all through, then,  that you wero first* you know that  miserable, vice Is dead forever, that you  are no more a gambler's wife, and never  shall be again,"  V^knowH, my love, niy husbandl"  ���������', :Wit-*,,ono accoid thulr lips mut aa bo  locked her still -closer, and It war min-  utos boforo; either movidi or spoke, It  was a.for������ei.������t of pnrndlsn thnt camo  to each x throbbing heart In those mo-  ments-jto the man's above all, an hi*  tense   semto  of,; rcstfulnoss  And  that was all ^new and strange to him;  , "My guardian angel l "he whispered  at last, and only changing, to \ls former  place besldo her. "It is yoiir strength  that has won the battle,.not'.mln������ And,  oh, It was ������o hard a-fight, dear wife!  the wwmoH was so great, the toots so  doepl But it was for your sake, I left  at once to get to ybu. I wile lh darkness > everything was chaoa till I had  you in my arms, Imard your voice, looked Into your eyes onco more. And there  Is tho future to lie met���������a debt In which  honor" Is Involved, ami the, imina Of  clearing It out off. Bin; that pUrt of  the future must he faeed out later, If  we cfjeapo the threatened attack, Tlio  otlier part, your own noble eouraga this  night, my darling, liss ������c<>������! to m������,  como what mny. Hal hark!" Af the  sount of trumping fe*t St. Maur sprang  to his feet, with an utter ehanga of  manner ami fact. "They are coming at  last, those mlnersl"  ; c-Lvrn:i; xxxix,.  _  - .  , - ���������'Tf������nh������iB������|  *nd< wlf* -both   ������t<v������df  ������nlf*  *t lear notlilnir. mr JWu/������ i6e an still tiqw, Hstenlur   laUntty; ss    the  ets.  "I wonder if they have got firearms?" said" his wife. "There are sixty  or seventy, the woman said."    ,  "I think, that probably the fellows���������  the demagogues ^who have raised the  wind from\,the first:���������have got firearms.  One of thetri, .Toe Smith, is sdre to have  some for my special behoof, because I  told him, when I locked the yard-gate,  that it was too late; he's the worst of*  the whole lot. Do you hear?���������that is his  hoarse voice now���������their leader, as I  thought."  "Come on, mates!" cried the voice  outside. "The tyrant is caged, if he  has got the tip. We'll give him a chance  fust."  ' "Very gracious, I'm sure!" satirically  commented the "tyrant" within. 'If it  were not for your peril, my darling,  this would be rather a lark. There is  the hall bell."  It pealed furiously, resounding all  through the spacious hall again and  again.  St. Maur stepped into the hall, Chri������  tine following; and when the bell ccaiK  ed, there was a harsh, triumphant  chuckle outside from the mob.  "That'll fet<ih     him     out���������must Jaa"  hearu that there noise."  Not a sound.  "They're  packed   before      the door,"  said   Falconer,   with   his   Boft,   soornfijl  laugh. "I'll gain time, if I can, to give  Frank a chance. Jove! I hope my poor-  Rahmnee is safe."  "I say, misted���������hallo!" cried. the  rough, hoarse voice outside, heard  plainly through a small iron vent-grating in the top of the massive door. 'Be  you there, Mr. St. Maur?"  Clear and true as a' bell came the  high-bred, musical tones and delicate  accent of the well-born man:  "I am here. What do you want at  this  hour?"  "Two or three i on us just wants a  word with you, sir." ������  "The idiots! To think they can tree  me like a 'possum," said Falc  Then aloud:.-  '  "Very well, Joe Smith! I am all attention. Speak on."  "Open the door, sir; on the chain, if  vou like,' but so as we can hear each  other."  ' "We can hear fast enough with this  door between us. One to seventy isn't  quite even odds, I fancy."  Again there came that indescribable  wave of sound, the fierce outcries of an  enraged crowd, and one voice said savagely loud: - > "* v  ' "Cuss tho aristocrat! Hear to his  tongue I The words don't seem good enough for him."  St. Maur looked at hiB wife and  laughed, then stopped and -kissed her,  tenderly,  "My dearest, how deathly pale you  arc, yet how steadfast and fearless."  Then he turned as Bomo ono struok  the door a blow.   *��������� t  "What, havo you got to say, Joe  Smith?"  "Open tho door, sir, on the chain."  "Not if I know it,, my-vory gontlo  Monde. I am not 'such a fool. Speak up,  if .you havo anything to Bay,- or I shall  decline to listen at-air."  "Ijook yo lioro/'theu, "mister; we  wantB to know if/yo'll guv ne a promise  to ond tho look-out, andVo'Ii all start  work. Wo all knows it's you as' as dono  that job so ehax'p to tho olook "-/other  day."  "On tho authority of your master-'  yesj" returned St, Maur, deliberately.  "And you had full, fair notioo. Sharp  ,to timo, and my, word kept���������that's my  way." '' ���������"'" ��������� ''.'yy* "  "Will you end it, ni.BterP"  "On what tormsP"  "What you offered two days book��������� *  per oent. advance."  "Ymir memory oooraa bad/' said 8t.  Maur, oprflly, ?X offored that up till  four o'clock; after that,'.a look-out on  Wio old wagos. That wan plain English,  anyhow, nnd thom* are our tormn���������none  '���������$���������������",��������� ������������������������������������'������������������������������������'��������������������������� V'".',-'A.  TTo tliat your answer to tisp"  VY**."   xx,' '.yA-'V  "���������.���������.>-��������� .���������������������������.'"���������  Thei"* was a yell of fury, arid above  it Joe Smith's stentorian roar, - garnish*  ed with oaths: . .  Via ItP Then we'll amash in, iind make  ye sing another ���������oryj for yer llfo I"  Haughty  Falconer's :   contemptuous  laugh rang out olear.  ...^A..sBa, ready for you with good, powder and shot, ami the first man    that  shows, I'll tine Itl'V y  Anothor outburst''of execration, then  ft:pause, as if the mob were gathering  breath or debating their next move.  Then ihe axunnnra swelled to a Babel of  volees, evidently not an d'aooord fer an  attaek^ofter suoh a determined woep-  tfen'-wfe-fir-r.ft' "walk-over" had b*e������ ex.  pelted; but the areh-seoundwil of all  ���������in* ������i������|n������vogti������, Hot, H,nittt~>hmi (rot  a certain sway, and hi* loud voice was  soon h������**fd: ,  THE WITCH'S FAILURE.  Under a chestnut tree was sleeping the  blacksmith's baby daughter. A witch on  her way to market stooped to admire  the pretty babe, but the child was  frightened and began to cry. That made  the witch angry and she laughed horribly, saying: "1*11 leave a gift for you.  When you grow into a young lady your  first suitor shall be stricken blind," and  away she vanished. **  Of course as the child grew older  she had few friends, though indeed she  was one of the sweetest and most beautiful of girls. All young men avoided  her, so afraid were they of being made  blind.  At last, however, a king out huntings  in  the   foiest   passed   the' blacksmith's  home and saw the .girl sitting" at    her  wheel spinning.  He  stood entranced at  her beauty-and dismounting from    his  y i<.'i  '   *- '-is*  ���������? ���������>**������������������  -������--'  R  what   all  tourists say.  We alv/ays -ase Windsor Salt-in tliis  Hotel. ���������In fact, practically everybody in Canada uses  Windsor Salt for the table."  "There, my dear, is a hint for you.  , Now that we are going to live in Canada, we must  start our housekeeping right with Windsor Salt.  Put the name in your *want book*���������  ^  WINDSO& TABLE SALT".  ���������cm  -I  fl  |  r  >  A'  UNALTERABLE.  (Puck.)  The cook met, at the polls, her mistress.  "Here, at all event*, you've got nothing on me," exclaimed the former, slang-  ily. but with dignity.  "Except a hat, a wrap, a silk petticoat, arid the Lord only knows what  else!" retorted the latter, something  tartly. ' ^  ���������'For there are conditions which no  merely political revolution can ever alter.  ���������a .������o  horse came over to the window. He  asked her to marry him and go to his  palace to live. No sooner had he said  these words tliap there was % clap of  thunder, terrible laughter and he was  stricken blind. \  X Long and loud wept the girl and all  the king's retainers and servants. Suddenly, to every ones surprise, the" spinning wheel began to turn and. sing a  queer  time, saying;  In the heart of the rose  A magic charm glows���������  If tbis charm you can find  Twill give sight to the blind.  A drop of clear dew  Makes clouded eyes new���������  This magic charm" glows  In the heart of the rose.  ?V.f  ft  '��������� i  At onco every lady set out. searching  for^the red roses. The maiden was the  first to find them and bring the healing  tlew to the king, whose sight was restored by the first drop.(  You inay be sure tho spinning wheel  stood in a place of honor at the castlo.  In fact pictures of it were graven on  the shields of the king's warriors as a  coat of arms.  Tlie witch, they ������ay, became so angry  when Bhe heard the king'a Bight had  been restored that she stamped her feet  on- the ground so hard that sho disappeared right into the tiurth and hasn't  been seen from that dny to this.  AN ORGAN FOR  25 GENTS  A  WEEK  We have on hand thirty-fire organs,  taken in exchange on Heintzman & Co.  pianos, which we must sell regardless ol  iofis, to make'joom in our store. Every  instrument has oeen thoroughly overhauled, and is guaranteed for five years,  and full amount will be allowed on exchange. The prices run from $10 to S35,  for such well-known makes as Thomas,  Dominion, Karn, Uxbridge, Godarich an,  ���������Q=������������        m.'^.   ���������<-   r-r-.���������   ^n������. f������   c���������������  ���������,   A pott card will bring full particulars.���������  Heintzman & Co., 71 King ctreet east,  Ham-ltoo.  .-    .     ���������������������    ���������  Making the Wireless, Compulsory,  A bill has been introduced into tbe  House of Commons by Sir Edward Bassoon, Lord Charles Beresford, Walter  Guinness, Sir Seymour King, Mr. Stewart and Mr. Gwynne,. proposing to make  it unlawful for any ocean-going vessel,  British, Irish or foreign-owned, carrying  50 or more persons (including passengers and, crew), to attempt to leave any  British or Irish port unless equipped  with an efficient apparatus for wireless  communication, in good working order,  in charge of a skilled person, the apparatus to be capable of transmitting and  receiving messages over a distance 'of  at least 100 mileB, by night or by day.  TheBe provisions will not npply to vessels plying between British nnd Irish  ports less than 200 miles apart.���������Engineer.  '/   ��������� ���������  -     fW..  ,1. p  I  1  A CHARMING SUMMER COIFFURE  Simple   coils,   soft  waves    and    s  ^yreath of diminutive yellow aud shad-  A/4        **^*������*������Tw.       ������AnAn_   _4lt*a4*M        ** 11  ed pink roses���������that's  ���������e������������  all.  Gladstone and.Tobacco.  Gladstone held that tobacco smoke  and women should never be associated  and was a firm 'believer in ihe uu-ctrlac  of that famous beau, the Marquis oi  Londonderry, who said .that no man  should talk to a woman within foui  hours of the time he had finished hifl  cigar. ' This is said to be one reason  why Gladstone hated the custom ol  f>moking after dinner, although it si-  thought that his own great diBlike fox  the"smell of tobacco may have had some-'  thing to do with It.  Practically every up-to-datf  druggist, grocer and general dealer now sells Wilson's Fiv Pads. ~  + *4> i  Water Tanks of Concrete.  Two reinforced concrete water tanki  Have been built as part of a ooncreti  block chimney in France. The cbiranej  in 180 feet( high, the diameter at th������  Riimmit 7 feet 0 inches and the tank,  capacity is 27,000 Imperial gallons. ,Th������  tnnkB form annular rings about tb<  stack.���������London Engineer. ,r .  aX  ' i "3 v  r;,i '������  r ','  ���������    j i  '*     iV  GIVES   CENT   A   DAY.  Rich  Offer  Des  Moines   Man   Makes  to All Iowa Boys.  To ovory boy in Iowa who will tako a  pledge to uso neither tobacco nor liquor  Samuel Sauccrman, a wealthy JUoaAloincs  resident, will givo 91, a cont a day for  three years and another dollar at tho  ond of the three yearn. /   "  At tho name timo he urgea the boys  who .accept his proposition to nave the  nickels and dimes they would otherwise  have spent for tobacco and alcohollo  drinks nnd put them with their accounts.  He has figured out that if the boys will  do thin nono will arrive at tho ago of  twenty-one ycara without having enough  to take him through college or give him  a good flfcart In life  Mr.*'Sauccrman is roportod, to bo.  worth $1,500,000. Tbo now orgahlssatlon  hoAlay perfecting to help boyo la to bo  known as "Tho ���������Trimmer Band." To do-  monntrato his earnestness, ho had dopou:  vM'.fo the.name *>f "The Trhnmtf Band"  $SjOO0, which la drawing interest. A    : A,  The plan as outlined; by Mr. Saucer-  man is to tako hoys from thb age of nine  to sixteen and erganlre them Into plants  or conipaniio of BO to 100, He would  havo these boys hold monthly meeting*,  at which; timo tliey would discuss and  Ivi taught economy, finance and how to  earn money, clean living and everything  In lino with Industry and morals.   -  EaeVlioy on Joining the olub will receive $!. The boy roust deposit with hia  dollar 50 eents, to show good faith.  Starting his brxnk account with $1.60,  eseli Iwy will rncelvo one penny per day  for three yearn, andjit the end .of that  t-rrlodho will rccctfjft ah additional Vl.  This. wlirglVo hlra $12 If thoy have not  saved .one cent themoelves. He urges  them to save their nickels and dime* bo  an to lie prepared to start life right,  Thejijedge each bW tak** on joining  "Tlie Trimmer Band" l������ to abstain from  tobacco In any form, Intoxicating liquors,  gambling of any klmj. and profnne and  slang language,  ,   ��������� m,  , ., . 9*m. ".-��������� ���������  Bricks   From   Anthills.  Excellent brjckM are made of tlte sell  of nntlilllR In Central America, The wv������  Uvo* trend It with water Into a dough*  UV������* #iil������������������ffi������\M\, whioh In nh������xt*d in rmitfh  Ten Sound Reasons Why You Should Buy  (Pronounced NA-DROO-KO)  Medicinal and Toilet Preparations  Because They are  Stmh?  "Wh*t,l afoated e' one an, and a  littls,popping, More, re ������ayP In oourss  some ratVplayed jtt������*k and spirt on un,  j"**t. w*i*J3 ������~a*<& ,lltm ift.U. I'q fear bst, .:    ...      <-.���������-���������-    *���������-  my. #(n* ^btuman'll     <**������ in     ������4i������u- wooden mould*. It is then dried In the  titers'* * pistol at "is fes4 J Oome on for  ���������"������* Md afterward baked In native kilns.  '���������' ���������      ' '   ' V.-. H Xtf ���������' i ' *"'       ' Y! -���������    i i. ..'"'.   '    y'��������� ,   ',' '��������� X '" '<  >-f' J    i1-. ''*'��������� '; ��������� i"'"yj  \,- 'P.: { TX'" ' "'X ,. .''  ���������   '��������� ' "��������� '���������-��������� '  -i" '���������!*��������� ��������� ,'-   ���������   ��������� V   ���������'���������/   ���������        ,.. j,'.'. ' .,.  1. Guaranteed  by the largest  wholesale  Drug Firm iii  ��������� America"*" ';,A  the National Drug  and Chomloal  Company    of  Canada,  Limited,  .. -.i,,.������������������.,,.. '.,-..  2. Made of Purest Ingr**  Av ��������� dientiyYy  every ounce of whioh has passed  rigid tests -for strength and purity.  3. Compounded by Expert  Chemists  legally qualified to dispense  ���������prescription*.  4. Made according to  Proven Formulae    ���������  tested for years lor lately *n4  efficiency.  B. Not i^u&MP r  but speolflo prescriptions for particular ailment*.  t;..ii,-;.   ,\ ;���������...!,i  mm  ALWAYS LOOK rOR THIS  TflAOC MARK  tf. Non-oecrei ,  We will furnish to  any phyolclin or  drMggtst, <Ca, re**  qusst, a IW of the  lagredlen^s1 In eny  N a-Dru-Qopropsr-  atlon. Ask'yQur,  ���������:'���������" XL, ^������Wi������<rVY.-*A:V:'  '" ���������;.'.. ���������;,;-i.7. A Complet������  Tfi^do-marl-cd One  Inoludlng praotloally every  Toilet or Medicinal preparation  you ever need.  8������ Made in Canada  by Csnsdlsns���������for Csnsdlsns'  benefit. 'xy..  0. On  Sale  Throughout  ' Canada'' V  If your drugftlst   hasn't  the  psrtloujer  Na-Dru-Co   ar-Hole  you need, be can getUwltfiln  '   2 days. ,���������  10. A /4Meney Back" Pro.  rkosition  I any Na-Dru-Co prop^rstlon  Is uniatlsfruolery we will gladly  refund your money.  i* -  '���������''���������''.?!.-  A ���������<������;....  M  Na>Dru>Co Headache Wafers   Nn-Dru-Co    Laxatives  Stop a headaohe In 30 minute*. Aot without any dlsoon>ferl.  Contain no harmful drug. Increased doses net needed.  Na-Drti-Co Dyspepsia Tablets   Na������Dra-Co Baby Tablets  Curesourstomaoli-lKwiUuro-natalciiCo      nellovft Daby'n Ills.   Rdp^lntly  ���������lodlgssilon���������ohronlo dyspepala. . valuable during testhlng.  Natiofud-^u^aiKiCHemical Company of Canada, limits  ' Wfcole^il* Bnuiciie* alt  fUUfav-St. JUllM*������M|Htlll*4Ml|*rPttSWS-^)UfNt^ V,  ������f'M������|WliHi^l^T^*ilM������~Vjb^Mi,{|'������r VUiwU. ^  . l-MMfcMk~' W iwlsms"  EH-fiB  N���������~������������������������  esss  iii. +mmm.nm**mmm*mmmm,mimm  umsmrmrwim  MMIWWMII^IWIfwlM|M������Html.  -Hm  A^AiMtimti  mm ������#_  THE CKErru'-   ���������<. I', VI ii W  wmzim  )!}  THE CANADIAN  BAN  OF  COMMERCE  -_6_-_M-������---*---_--t-������  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.,  LL. D., D.C.L.,  Presided.  ALEXANDER LAIRD,  General Manager  PAID-UP CAPITAL, $ 10,000,000     RESERVE FUND, $6,000,000  \ri  Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of SI and  upwards in this Department.    -Careful attention is ^ven to  every account.   5niall deposits are welcomed.  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons,  withdrawals to be made by any one of them or by thesur-  0,0 viVor.  Full and clear written instructions as to who is to make  "" the withdrawals'should always be given to the Bank whon  Opening accounts of this nature;  V^i-OY7 BV FOWLED, MANAGEi. ORESTON BRANOH  Tlie Creston *I?evie������&  ���������j- j^nriTiw i ii '     ' " * "*~"������*<l*���������"-'*  Published every   Friday at Ot>stou, British Columbia, by the Creston Pub-  Ifa&isg Co., at their office, Fleet Street, Creston.  i>J 15 (PR  CURES  CVTAISUS, ASTHMA,  Eronch-lls. Croup. Ceuajs ane Colds, o*  money bid.     - ���������  - f ~��������������� ��������� *-  near iirw ������f*T*B'T * " "* **,-'j*3?' uv ������xstn m  MR. RANCHER  c--v^"^f^gj  9  ���������Starker <& Co.  \Vhole������a!e  Provisions,    Produce,    Fruit  ,  General Commliwlow M.ttrctuuits  NELSON        - B. C.  ���������������* ���������W^m.'WrW  /<-/ i,j|H '  IS HELD OUT TO YOU AT ALL TIMES  Come in and.Talk about Harness or  i .--  m  HARNESS- AND-  IMPLEMENT   STORE  -^^i^^Js^^-^^  5  *  J. K. JomfSOH   -   Man-igor.  llAt,?H G. Sckutox  : Editor  Subscription, -$8 00 a year, in advance.  30-Ba.y Kotioes, ������5;   60, ������7.50; 90, $10  1h������ R������vi������w i������ the acknowledged advertising-;medium.of the Greston valley; cir-  c**l������������rag in over oue thousand homes throughout, the Orestoa district. Onr  &stauaus are open to correspondents on li-ve: questions, of local interest. Ci������u-  >titmtions mast be brief, written on ouo side of, tho paper only and signed, not  aceeasatily for publication, but- as e-������ideoo<*'of good faith, ������������������'���������Wn' invite support  io ������ar widoavours to increase tbe usefuluera of .hqliovitw ..by. bringing iu your  adrortioaxnents, subscriptions and news Complaints from subsoribera nu %&  noa-rco������ipt of paper will be promptly attended to. Address all oomrnuuica-  firms to the editor.  0%   S  mill  A%^*m -utMUrwAamMV-kS %?���������;*���������������..-������  &*  3  &  Elsewhere in this issue \viliVbe found a report of the  meeting held on Wednesday evening to discuss the question  of a   sewer   system   for   Creston.    Greston   needs   a  sewer  system j3 nd needs it badly.' It is useless our spetiding  lmudseds of dollars   advertising   our   city   as   a   residential  center and trying to induce the best class of people to come  and. make "their homes here, so long as the present condition  of things is allowed to continue.  Our shortcomings in this respect are apparent to every  traveller who drops into town, and the primitive, rural-like  simplicity of the sanitary-. arrange:nen_s. here vis frequently  referred to by outsiders, with an accbnap'anyaieiat-of criticism  which damages the town. /  People who have been accustomed to other conditions,  are not likely to* be couteat with the state of things existing  here, the number of incoming citizens who demand modern  conveniences of life is rapidly increasing in Creston, and  we are glad to see that something is to be done in the near  ] uture to improve matters in the direction of equipping our  town -with an up to da"e sewer s\-stern.  ������ , ,i .I,..,. -^^���������r-vr... .  ^Potato Digger in   Operation   j     We are pleased to welco roe  two more    S ue-*Y and enterprising settlers to the dip-  It was a fine, Indian suramer-li^e day,!..,.   .   '   y   ��������� *    . ���������       ' __  whou the BBviBW represeii.tativo b .ard-^ncti m  thfi persons of.Mr. Stanley W  ed the train for Erickson, wb.(*re be hnd"; George and Mr. Percy MAurn, who have  been informed that something'ww and! pncQbrtsed twenty  acres of  land  froai  iiiterosting in the agricultural machin- ���������            .  ery line was to be seen at work. ��������� Tbo'Mr. M Glaser. Thes5 gbntlcnieii,  boys wore jaat going buck to work -.after | after touring all over the Province look-  the noontide hour,  and in a few mom-   .      . .  entB we were iidmiriiig one of the slick-   mS for tl location,   and visituiR all the  est  pieoea of   libor-suving   machinery [much-boomed fruit-growing dislrictsof  whioh it has ever boon  onr privilege to !._ Y   ..,..,���������'/~.  bee iu operation. j B.C., including t.hc Okanagan, returned  The  machine is  a potato di<?Rer. tlio : to Creston and decided that the ���������' Valley  property of Mr. G.  Uuitwri^ht.. and tho     ,  ,    0 .. ��������� . '     ���������'   ��������� '  last few rows of a nipe-aore plot of pot- j of rbe Swl, the Climate ana tho Future"  ntciiif) wore tieiug harvosted that Thnrs-1 was the best looking of all tho dilloront  It is not too early to choose Xmas  Gifts, and we have a shipment ol  Beautiful Goods due to arrive any  day. By paying a deposit on any  aiticle you like, you can have it put  away until Xmas.    rzrr."^rzzz m  r\'-.  Cf)  ���������'UU  at  ^    WATCH FOR  OUR   AD. OF NEXT WEEK  i  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  Qur   Guests  j Call  <Again  iii maice no mistake  when yoii get off the traisi  * if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  stud3^ the comfort of onr guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  Headquarters for Mining Meu,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  -f^jc-.o^r'*-.-*.   'i  WMCt &  '">TV  k i^o  -SSSSSsSS^lSSZSSESSSSEaSt-  n  I  >!l  mY!WY~������'?X.--AA^~-XJiL.  liny Hftei'iioon.  Tho makei'8 of tbia ingonious' device  ���������ire the Hoover Mauuf lcturing Oo,, of  Avery, Ohio, TJ ,S A. The hnsiness end  of the machine consists of a spout, or  8i.!00p 2 ^���������'v" * * *C1 ^ <>lln ^H regulated according t.o the depth to bo dug-. As the same  ploughs along the earth, potatoee*, roots  and .ulI, aro carried up this scoop and  over: a aortas of nioviug riddles, whioh  hift the soil out, whilst the potatoes aro  deposited on the top of the ground from  a -"hoot at the tail end of tlio machino  Two very ingeuious raises work the  tops and vegetatiou backward, nnd pre.  vent same clogging up the works. Tho  noil of the Oartwright ranch is admira  When your  Friends Arrive  they'll enjoy a nice cold high  ball made with our genuine  Scotch Whiskey  Better have a SuppSy  in readiness as an evidence lliat  you kbow -whit wiil " toi-.eh  the spot." You'll enioy'a diink  your tlf. too. Scotch like ours  is a treat for nuybody.  S- POOLE  Prop.~  propositions they had investigated The  Creston-Valloy Investment Co. put the  deal through. The purchasers nre well  satisfied with the land, and will ac once  proceed with the development of the  property. These aro tho right kind of  settlors. On behalf of the r 'sldents of  the valley the Review offers them the  glad hand of weloome.  J, J. Atherton haa .accepted-the posi-;  -,----   ,-,-,.*���������     ..,,���������,���������    ���������      , tion of foreman of the Rnvrrcw office,  bly adapted for thia method of digging, , ,,',.,  being of a light, loamy mume, and the! M^- w. J. Atherton, who fovmorly held  Eototo digger, drawn  by n toum of two'  --      ... .   .  oraeR, mado short work of the job and  tive men were kept hurd at it picking  up tho tubers.  The crop averages about fix tons to  the i.ore, iu some plnc������*s going a* hijihiis  that position, haa gone to New Michel  to take charge of tho meobauionl end of  the Michel ltopdrter.  Bam  Hatiield is planting 200 yovmg  iiiiiH ton's, and t"hoj������ft^iu������^Ct,P;,tbl?v2 j fruit trees on his orchard land adjoining  covering four acres per iiuy.     ir-. was i  very interesting to see this machine  moving rapidly and evonly along the  rows of potatoes, louviii. behind u  ribbou-like trail of the tubord ready for  the pickens.  Tho work is vory clean, the nuinhnr  of potatoes missed or cut is a very small  ���������������������������������, aud judicod hy the t������:it. of nctunl  work, the Hoover potato dinger is n  labor and Him-aaving devices of tho most  practical typo.  A full utock of Kubhcra for Mm,  Woman and Children. Also a full line  of warm Pootwoar of all kinds at tho  Creaton Mercantile Co.  Por Rout. ���������100 oeros of land suitable  for Dairy. Poultry and Hog F.irming,  flitnated within l������tf milon of HvoIhiko  tiiiut'fl. House. B*rn. oto. J5������ihv teruiH.  ���������Vpply 0. 1\ Hill. Hlllcrest Mmen, Al.  Wta. 1G'4  !??i  ar1  _i__5  Repairing of all kinds  done. Horse Shoeing  a Speciality. -    -    -    -  ^ Blaok-mith Shop directly behind  $  Croston Realty & Timber  Oo.'h Ofllces  ft, S, MOORE,: Cfeston  Is the Time to Renew  the town HniltH,  Archdoncon Beer, of K������ik1o, nrrivod  horo hist Saturday, nnd on Sunday Inst  preached in tho English ohurch, Ho returned wost on Mon<Uy's train, During  hits short stay hero ho was tho guoBb oC  Rev. P. O, Hayman,  Port SAT.K.���������TjotH 0, 7, 8, 9 aiid 10, Block  3, D.n.'.. A.lilitiois. Send .ofl'or to ow-  ii������r, Mrs W. Wilflon, Cfil Fifth Stvoot  Brandon, Manltoha.  Mvfim ���������-MisH .Tohnsou Ih proparod to  take a limitc-d 11111111)01' of pupila for  tuition In muslo.   For tonus apply to :  .T K. JohiiBon, rofiiiJoiioo ou Viotoria  Avenue I  Your   Subscription to  mwmuuuMn  The  -.'-,*** jK������-a*������--MMqn* -j  CRANBROOK  - B.C.   f]  ���������:~T-*s--.t. .':'j.*,i r-'.-j i.Trai7C������������Bssc:  Tho  Funeral Director  um  1  Tui'bniiB,  HatR nnd  Bonnets in  the  Latest Styles.   Pnnoy Mounts  Plume* and Flowers in  all tho new Winter  Hind os  'Obildraji'B wool and bonrskln  hood*-,  jaoketp, mittH, gloves, ovoralls, oto.  iu groat variety.  :. Mrs. m. younq;  MilHnory and Fancy Strro  Fourtli Street, Creaton, tt.C.  If You Like to Drive  you can indulge yourself by eneaging a  ieiuni'rom this livery stable for as long  and as short a time as you deeivc        *  This Livery Stable  is also prepiired to sent a carriage to  meet truinn, co take you shopping or culling, or to convoy you to uuy June weddings you wish to attend.  Cameron Bros,  CRESTON LIVERY  MMhMIII'UMIMH i.'WM'MHWIWta MttM> W  The Riverside Nurseries,  Grand Forks  i 3.C.  Ih tho NKAKKST NURSERY to the ORESTON DISTRIOT,  Stook .arrived iu FRESH, HMALTHY CONDITION  For Prices'; ore., writo to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Crestou, B, C.  Thn follovrlng   com*mtii\lcfttion  from'  Rev B.J. WUhoij, or nt.  Aiiiirnw ������ Old KngJiuid will iihnw that the Jtimicw  church,   Vanccnvur, ami   liev,   I'.   W    Jh i-ead abroad, im well uh at lioiao:  Anderson, w-cn-tary of  tha jUiiymiiii h , Tho Rent, Staple Hill,  Miftplonwry Mivtiin'mit la tho Pi-Hbytcr  inn Church, nrrivod in town 011 Tni'sday  last and held nervici*M in the I������i*������������hvUM'-  liiu Church nu Tuesday uvinmh������.    'JMi������y  Bristol, F.iiijlniid.  Oot S2, MHO  Dour Sir,���������No ilunbfc y������\u will bo plans,  ed to In-ill' (hut. Dvoi' iilnce the l'loyni lino  rvinrtf mnrvmfv v������"������vvwtf ainrH v a vvttb u t itrwKV v tt~b"o"<nnf m< wv v *a'  Wc are Agents for McLaughlin  Democrats, Buggies; Wagons, etc*,  You Save Money by consulting m before  Buying Elsewhorei       EasyT������rms  wero aluo p.,*,.-,.!. ut-'a coi.gn-i, Uio.m    ��������������� 7 ������"     '������   H"]���������������"���������n\i    /*V^t v   ,  meeting hold on Tiu-nday evimiug  ������'i'l IJl I     Io 1 "     PrlVtnl '  vendereil valuable ,,-HiHUiiic, u. the .���������.������������������������-, g   ;|'   ���������   f^J, /' ' S vor ,d i\i ll  S ol  KtWitm in the mutn-r of the propusc-d   rTwlJ^/dl!;^  n������W maiiHO. ImerJy. Yoiuh iruly,  For Sab*.���������'!'jfl nr-nw of crown gniutc.fh Wai.tku Paynk,  f?*ccollont Frnit IiitndonKocitenny-I^lwfy ?..-.��������� . ..,������-������������������������,  Lot ftl.'t.   Apply, C. P. Hill, iilHw'<iS-\ Fou Same.���������A parlor milto, aluo a conoh  SXinoa, Alberta. JB-tf!    and table.���������Apply to Review oflloo,     I  Fresh BEEF  PORK  VEAL and  mUTTON \  Fresh Fish, Halibut  Salmon, Trout, etc.  h Go.  LI iti I t������c!  CRESTON  Low RuiinJ Trip Rfitoflto    V  Ontario, Quebec and  1Y\ ari11 me  Provinces  Tickets oii 'piil'o Don, 1 lo Dfc, i'-l, In ilu-  niv'o, good lo xo'Liirn within throo iiioitt,|it>  Tlokoln isRiiod in con mint ion with  Atlantic StcfiuishipH will In* on fu'ilo fi-oui  Nov 11 .and Jiniin-d to live uionthn l'vom  (I   til,Of iiHllll.  FlnoRt. equlpiuonti. Stnnilnrd Kirst. clnKR  and Toni'lst. Ml-.oning C ivs ami rMo*������nr  C'u'Ufin-nil throiigh^tilling .Coturart  xxiout  Stamping and  from $5).'ii $125  *Per Acre  *  Plowing  and Harrowing  I<   Doue by/the'.'Acre-  Ail work guaranteed done promptly  and thoroughly.  T  I ���������    ww 1  CRESTON  DIuuov SoN na.pioowV:ttr.,76.-rC.C s.  ���������:',    ��������� ;������������������.,. . ,��������� ���������.���������'"..'   " ''������������������' ���������-������������������:���������;������������������'���������.':V -''���������' . : i'-,'yi,'  An unconfirmed 1 opbrt lms been cm*  rout hero thto;wobk to;,tiio���������o'Bfeofc that an  Library ~ Oliflorvatlon Car on J Ulngllflh Byudioatohm putrolmRod all the  ���������* Jinjii'i'iiil 1 niuii'ii "  Mil  s  McCREATH  CRESTON  IjtJUUUUUtMJLtikMAkJULaAAMJULfikkHtill N- W >.P ������ P fl AtJlAJHJ-.-Um.lJ  Through ExpressTralns Oaiiv  iM������4>> rm.f  Tlin ������������������TORONTO RJ-PRESa','  Wvch Wltinlppg dii'ly ntSIi.lOlf, ninklnp  cotiiu'ctioiiM nt Toronto for 11U   polnh-  1'JuHt and Wi'Mt thereof  The "Imperial Limited ���������'��������� Iomvch Win-  nlpnu daily nt. H i������Bk and the ��������������� Atlantic  fUpiVAi-i " ill. 1 tJ.ViOJc dnily, im������l;in*f <*������<u-  tiootloiur.ftt RJonttenl for all points KumI  thereof  holditigfl of'tho Yi)l0',O6lambia Tjuhibor  *,>    Tho'reported denl, it Is iillopud, in  .liuleB all tlio vast timlior limits of this  "Oiniwriy in the KootonnyH, ns well ns  11 tho Boumlnry ithitnoe.    While the  inionnt. of thli* dnnl h/iu not lioen ntnted,  It i������ bfllovpil to ho for a very lnrgri Hiinj.  1 ho big Riiwnilllo nt N0I11011 and Cob-  i-ndn, nn w������*ll as at other pl-ioci* in B.C,  will ho, it i������ stated,  Inohuli-d in thia  deal.  Mrs  Siirklsmati,  wife ot tho Uey. 8.  TI. Siirklr.sian, arrived in lowu 'umL Saturday from her home hi Siutkatohowiui.  Mru. 811rUiKHln.11 sayH that when she If ft  Apply to tho noaroHt CP,R. ogont for I the prairie provinoon ������now imd ooldrW-  m  '������!  .--inm  lilillhillllll.l I j|  ilBjm^JM^^J^aMMjdaiM���������MmH^.  ��������� ������������������.' ���������'.'; : ::',i";-i"'-'������'V '��������� '-���������'��������� >   ���������  -i -'." ������������������'','  ..,,���������;_ A; ,:,xijm.Y..,y.i-. syyx.xv,-...  |..rt������M.������������.������lUw ni lit in  HL ULHIIVlO  ��������� V ^     '-��������� V   Y---W  / ������.      ��������� ~ *-.' ,y*. i  > Yf  ',  '*','!  1 , '.i1lt|.,l  I Hereby give notice that on Monday, the 7th day of1 November, ' A.D. 1910, at the  hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon at the Court House Nelson, I shall offer for sale by public auction the mineral claims in the list hereinafter set out, of which.  Crown   Grants  halve  been issued, for taxes remaining unpaid and delinquent by gaid persoas 011 the 30th day ef  June A.D, 1910, and for costs and expenses of said sale, if the total amount due is  not  sooner paid,    -  Owner  uiaiiA  Lot No.  joost and ������  5    ���������"���������s3-    S Expanses J  a p 5  TOi'AL  T  V^WXiwE  Claim  Herbert J. Wilson    Ark-Mining & Milling Company, Ltd.  A. Goyotte, et al   B. A. Isaacs and Frank Fletcher   A. Goyetto, et al ,  Sol St. St. John'8, et al    H.  J.  "Wilson   Delight Gold Mining Company   H. L. A. Kellar, et al    TIC     T\  ���������Western Coal & Oii Co.    "Western Goal & Oil Co   J. S. O. Fraser, et al    Trail Creek Hidden Treasure Gold Mining Oo.  Baltimore Gold Mining & Development Oo.  Golden (5) Miue?, Ltd   Duncan Mine?, Ltd ~.   A. W.  Powys    Ohas. P.   Hill   Chas.  P. Hill ...A.   J. S. O. Fraser, et al    J. S. O. Fraser, et al   EldoradoMines Ltd   Dunde'e Gold Mining & Smelting Co   Dundea Gold Mining & Smelting Oo   Geo. W. Coppen    H. J. Wilson   G. A. Kirk and J. A. Turner . .#   St. Clair Gold Mining Co.,  Ltd   J. McLatchie, S. JohnB aud W. G. Robinson  O. P. Hill    O.P. Hill    O.P. Hill    Sirs. 5. S. Lyou   The Pilot (Ymir) Gold Mining & Milling Oo.  Eldorado Mines,   Limited    G. A. M. Young   Alex. Goyette, et ai     J. M. MoLatchie> W. G. Robinson & S. Johns  . Golden (5) Mines Limited  ���������   Western Coal & Oil Oo., Ltd '.  H. J.   Wilson J, -   J. McLatchie, W. G. Robinson & S. Johns ..  G. H; Green   O. P. HiU -.   O.P. Hill ....:/.   O.P. Hili   B. Wright and C. J.  Detter   ,A. V. Powys'........'.'. ".Y '. i..  J_., .J,        VV 1180n       ������������������*���������������������������������������������.���������������������   ......   ......   ���������-���������    .   .   a   .   ������  1  BoltimorelGold Mining & Development Go. Ltd  H.  J.  Wilson .:   L. E. ond J."E. McFarlane, and A. Sostad  Golden (5) Miues'Ltd   W. B. TownBend and J. "W. Moore '  New Erie MoCon Company .   J. A. Turner and G. A Kirk  '...  Ash  Ark  Belle  Bryan  Bully Boy  Beliarophun  Bird's Eye  Balmoral  Blye  Belle  Big 2  Bonanza  Blind Oanyon  Cour.latid  Copper Queen  O&K  Comet  Cashier  Cz?r Fraction  Czar ���������*  Centre Star  Crowioot  Carmencita  Dundee  Dundoe Fraction  Evening  Emily  Evening Star  Escunimace  Elk  Emerald Fraction  Emperor  Emerald  Editor  Exchange Fro.  Eldorado  - Edith  Florence  Florence G.  Freemout ,,  Franklin  Great Boulder Fraotion  Gerald Fraction*  Good Enough  .Golden rpwn  Golden Cap ,  Golden Eagle  Gray House "  Golden Gem     .  Huron ,  Humming Bird  Haddo Fraotion  Konr* y lay  Humboldt  Hungry Man  Houltoa  Happy Jack  4218  5 25  2.00  3449  9 25  <<  2461  10.50  tt  1699  ���������7.75  ti  3238  9.00  tt  3680  S.25  tt  3278  13 00  tt  3944  28 00  tl  2924  ��������� 13.00  It  2353  5.00 '  tl  4637  3.50  It  4638  6.50  If  3771  7.50  tl  3436  10.00  ft  3429  11.50  It  3927  12.75  It  3273  10.50  tl  4399  26 50  It  5833  1.75  tl  5796  12.50  It  3766  21.00  It  3770  13.00  te  5201  26 50  it  7241  8 50  it  7242  150  tt  103  5 25  it  2020  13 00  n  2014  10.00  it  3118  20 50  tt  3677  11.00  ti  5834  8 75  it  5797  13.00-  tt  5798  13 00  it  5881  1175  tt  3451  8 25  it  5181  26 00  tt  6633  13.00 '  /          "  3237  .12 50  it  3676  12 75  tt  3928  8.75  tt  4635  6 00  tt  2022  4.50  it  3683  3 75  <t  5466  11.25  ti  5543  10.50  tt  5544  11.00 .  tt  5545  12 25  it  5578  21.50 .  "  4400  26.50  it  2019  13.00  ti  3428  6.25  r    t t  4221  8 75  tt  4200  9 25  tt  3929  13.00  tt  4083  17.00  tt  4626  1150  it  2555  5.50  11  7 25  1125  12 50  9 75  1100  IO OK  15 00  30 00  15 00  7 00  5 50  8 50  9 50  12 00  13 50  14 75  12 50  28.50  3 75  14 50  23 00  15 00  28 50  10 50  3 50  7 25  15 00  12 00  22 50  13 00  10 75  15 00  15 00  13 75  10 25  28 00  15 00  14 50  14 75  10 75  8 00  6 50  5 75  12 25  12 50  13 00  14 25  23 50  28 50  16 00  o oer  O ������*U  10 75  1125  15 00  19 00  13 50  7 50  British Hon Gold Mining Development Co... Highland Chiel!  J. McLatchie, W. R. Robinson and S. Johns. Invincible  H. J. Wilson  Inverness  Ark Mining & Milling Oo  Interprise  W. J. J. Hughes, O. I. Archibald, et al  Independence  G. A. M.Young   Ibis  Estate of W. J. Nelson   Jubilee  Golden (5) Mines Ltd .'  Josie  J. S. O. Fraser, T. Flynn et al   Johny  G. A. M. Young  Jennie  H. J. Wilson    Last Chance  H. 0. Wilson  Lady Absrdesea  H. J. Wilson ,  Lily Fraction  Duncan Mines Ltd  Little George  J. McDonald, Estate   Minnie  G. W. Oopen et al  Morning  Maple Leaf Mining & Development Oo. Ltd... Maple Leaf  H. J. Wilson   Minto Fraction  E. O. Arthur   Marble Edge  New Erie McCon Mining & Milling Oo  M. S. O.  New Erie McCon Mining & Milling Oo  Mabee  Ohas. A    Owen .t  Martha Washington  O. P. Hill ........'........'. Morning Glory  Dundee Gold Mine Oo  M. S.  Duncan Mines,  Ltd '.  Nevoda Fraction  Western Oil & Ooal Oo. ......'....'.........'. Nebraska Girl  G.H.Green  Ontario  Golden (5) Mines Limited  Onix  Picton Dev. Syn  Picton  H. J. Wilson  Princeton Fraotion  Golden Strand Mining & Development Co. .., Pug  New Erie McCon Mining & Milling Oo.  Princess No. 1     !,  "Western Coal';* Oil Oo  Porcupine  Duncau Mines Ltd  ' Planet  Pilot- (Ymir) Gold Mining Company  Pinlot Fraotion  Portland Gold Mines Oo. (Foreign)   Portland  J. A. Coryell  Rosa  Trail Oreek Hidden Treasure Oo  Rockf ord  .TV McLatchie, W. G. Robinson & S. Johns... Royal Arthur  C.P.Hill  Rattler  O. P. Hill  Rambler  E. O. Arthur .'...:  Rapid  J. S. O. Fraser, et al   Redman  34. S. Davys  ". ,  Royal Charter  G, F. Tull A ;.*... Selkirk  O. J. Detter and H. Wright   Sampson  Bruce White & Harry Wright,  Tamarao  J. McLatchie, W, R. Robinson and S. Johns.. Trumpet  J. S. O. FraBer, et al  Twilight  D. G. and J. C. Porter , 7  Utopia Fraotion  BobcS. Day ;.,.;  Victoria  O. McElroy ;.- ��������� ��������� ���������'���������'  Vancouver  Trail Oreek Hidden Treasure Gold Mining Oo. W. J. Bryan  J. McLatchie, W. G. Robinson and S. Johns..  Willie;  O. J. Detter, H. Wright    '.  Widow  Ark Group Mining and Milling Oo  Wooloomooloo  1���������'  B Ooat audi  *l  I Lot No.  Tax  j Expense 8  TOTAL  "5620  11.25  t    2.00  13 25  3682  13.00  ������  15 00  3935  10.50  tt  12 50  3450  9.50  tt  1150  4776  12.75  tt  14 75  6068  10.00  tt  12 00  3G26  15.50  te  17 60  3925  7.25  tt  925  3768  10.25  tt  12 25  6632  5.76  tt  775  2021  13.00  15 CO  3936  10.25  tt  12 25  4220  7.50  is  950  5121  12.25  %t  14 25  246  .25  ������<  225  104  4.75  it  6 75  3262  23.00  tt  25 00  421S  1   9.50  ts  It Kl\  2354  5.00  it  700  4623  12.25  it  14 25  4625  7.50  ft  9 50  5031  19.50  tt  2150  5836  12.75  It  14 76  7243  2.75  If  4 75  3933  4.75  li  675  4636  8.G0  If  10 00  3659  9.25  It  1126  3926  6.00  tt  800  3134  4b\r*G\*  ������   '  22 60  2937  10.50  It  12 60  1363  12.50  ii  14 50  4627  13.00  i"t  15 00  4634  13.00  ~  tt  16 GO  3271  13.00  ,   ������<  15 00  3452  2.50  tt  460  1445  39.00  tt  4100  2460  12.25  tl  14 25  3435  12.75  tt  1475  3681  12.25  tt  14 25  5837  13.00  tl  ltrbo'  5838  7.50  II  9 60  5302   '  5.50  tt  7 60  3769  25 00  tl  2700  32Q5'<-  13.00  tt  15 00.  784  12.75  It  14 75  5376  23.50  It  25 60  3802  13.00  <*'  16 00.  3678  10.00  It  12 0   ,  3767   ,  24.501  ft  265  '  6298 V  , -8.00  "     "  iO'Oo'  .     248  4.75  It          ,  6 75  5476  18.00  j,            tt  .',.   15 00  3434  8.25  tt  1026  3679  7.25  It'  *'  9 36  5377  23.50  <       It  25 60  897  13.00  tt  15 00  . >���������.,'*'���������  a   ted at Nelson', B. C, this 19th day of September, 1910.  STEPHEN H. HOSKINS, Deputy Assessor and Collector, Nelson Assessment Difltrio  I  ������ ^  Kelson Xax^A District���������District of  West Kootanay  Tak������ notico that I. Bed O. Chatom, o<'Montreal, Quebeo, married -woman, Intend to apply for permission to purchnso the following  desoiibod land: , ,.���������..,_ iW  Commencing: at a post planted on the north  bmnlt of Summit Creek about 10 obalus south  ofthe northwest corner ot U 8GS1, thence 8������  chains norm, thenco 80 chains west, thenco 80  ohalns Routh, or to Summit Creole, thenoo  alone Summit Creole,to point of commoucb-  ' ment, containing M������ aores, more or lean,  Dated July ^a,m^HATEB$  EDWARD FEEUUSOlf, Agent  Nelson Land District���������Dlatriot Ot  West. Kootenay  Talro notice thAt if T H. Foreuion, of Rock-  ttprlng, Ontario, farmer, intend to apply for  permiHSion to puri-hase tho followlne deu-  cribed lurids:  Commend ng at a poat planted at tbe southwest corner of Sed. G. Chatem's application  to, purchase, oa Summit croelt, tbence 40  chains north, thenco SO chains west, or to  Summit Creek, thence along Hummlt Creel-  to point of commencement, containing 820  acres, movo or lens.  Dated August 25t h. 1910. .  I. H, FERUUSOU, AppUoant  ,     EDWABD FEUGUBON, Agent  Nelson Land District���������District of  West Kootonay  Tatee notice tbat I, John Stevenson, of Toronto, Ontnrlo, salesman, Intond to apply for  permission to purchase the following aeB-  aribod lands:       . .,...���������  -i.������������������.  ������n  Commencing at *Po������t planted about 80  ���������halns from tho north banlt of Summit Creek  and about 7 miles from Ha mouth, thence <0  ohalns south.-Hk'UpoVO ohalns oust orto Bummlt Creek, thonco airing Summit Oreelc to  Cecil Goodohlld's southeast cornor, tlionco SO  chains west to point of nomm������*noora������nt, containing 100 uorits, more or leas.  Datod July aist, IttlO.  * JUlkN BTBV1-NROK, Applicant  JSDWAllu FEliaUSON, Agent  Kelson Tianit Dintrlet���������Distriot of ,  West Kootenay  ���������Tftlca notice that 1. Eart aobdolilld, of, Tor-  onto, Ontario, Malosmftii, intend to unply for  permission  to purolmso the following due-  0rCoinineiHj*n(. at a po������itplaiited itine'scmUi  cast cornor of Ifithel Cliateur's,application to  nurobase, thenoe 40 chain/weal, thenoo 4.  chain* south, thence 40 chains oast, or to  Summit Creelt, thence along Bummlt Creek  lo point of commencement, ooutalnlng loo  aores; move or lessY y   ��������� i      ,-, ���������. ���������''-..���������.���������,,-.���������'-,���������. ��������������������������� ���������������������������,  ������*"*J,Uy S ff&bwftkiiai,^Anplieant  .*���������'���������      ' MDWAHD FHBGUBONf, Agent  Nolioii Lnnd DI������trlct~������Ht*lot ot  ,      . -, IVy}-  \v������mt Kuowtiay ���������,      y ��������� ;-,���������:   ' :'  Tako notico thnt I. Kth������l Clmteiii, of Mon-  treal. aueheo, Kplnstori Intend to apply for  .-���������-.���������"���������miaion w-pnwhttM tlio followloB aos-  -���������   wroommfliioViilt at * Pf>������t plantod about one  mnd?no.ZlftiillondfttanlVndln anoim orly  dlVe������������t?oii from lhn"moiHli or I'>������g������W������. oj;  ��������� ilia  tiori.h huulc  ot JJoirtinlt Creeie, tiiiinoa  40oiiainii woitthenco 40 iiliulnfl iiorM. th������nc������  S Wal������*s ������."i or t������ Hwmmlt Oriioli, tiienoo  ''Song Biimri It Oreelc-to point of oornmeuco.  V! men?. eoXlnlntf I6tjaoi-.fe.moio or less. ���������  ;-   , Dated JiHy aiH(r,il������o.      A    ���������f, Applicant  ,   , ; ,.     .WDWAUl'J'XiUGUSOS, Agent  2Jclson Lnnd District���������Distriot of        l  West Kootenay.  Tako notico that I, Fred. Goodohild, of Toronto. Ontario, merchant, intond to apply for  permission to purohaso the following doo-  orlbed 1 inula:  Commencing at n post planted at the north'  oast coiner of L 80K1, near bummlt Creok,  thonco 4il chains nort h, thence 70 chains west,  thenco 40 chains south, theuce70 onalns east,  to point of comrnuuoomont, containing 380  acres, more or loan.  Datod August 25th 1910..  Fl.ED GOODOHILD, Applicant  EDWAiKD FEttG UI-JO.N, Agent  NolHon Land District���������District of  West Kootenay  Talco notico tliatl, James Chnt^m, of Montreal, QucUoo, engineer, Intend to apply for  permlsHlon to puruliuso tlm, following dco-  cilb(d In ihIm; ,  .,,���������,���������'.,������������������:,,x. :���������  '���������,.:'������������������..-...���������  Uoitimnnolng at a post planted on the north  bank ofHnmnilt Urixilr, about 13 miles from  the month nf paid oreelc, thonoe ������Q ohalnn  west, tlienco ������0 chalDS north, thence 80 chains  oast, or to Uiimmlt Oreelc, thenoe along Mum-  mltOi'oolc to point at commonooment, oon-  tulntnu 1A0 aaros, morn or less, ,    .���������  Datod July 31!iid, 1010,       /       /       ���������',"'���������'  7i , ���������  JAMlCaonATEM. Applicant  A '       JfipWAKD FJOttQuaON, Agent  Nelion Land District���������District ot  West Kootenay.  Take notice that I. Matilda Sterenson, of  Toronto, Oniarla, married woman, Intend to  nPPly for pernilsnlon to purohaso tbo following: described lands;  Commencing at a post planted at the south-  cast cornel- of J. B, Ferguson's pre-emption,  thence 40 .chains north, tnouce 40 chains cast,  thenoe 40 clmlns south, thence 40 chains west,  to point of commonooment. containing ISO  acres, more or loss.  Datod August 26th, 1010.  MATILDA STKVKNSOK, Applicant  EDWARD B-KRGUBON, Agent  Kelson Land District��������� DlBtrlot of  Wost Kootenay.  Tako notico that I. Flosslo Cliatem, of Montreal, Qiiiebea, spinster, Intend to apply for  permission to purohaso tho following described lands:  Commencing at a post planttd on Bummlt  Creole at the gauthwost corner of ,T, H, Ferguson's pro-omptton, thonoe 40 chains north,  thenco4b chains wost, thence40ohalns south,  thenco 40 chains oacit, to point of commencement, containing 1U0aores, moro ov loss.  Datod August ufith, 11)10. ,  FLOSHIE CIIATEM, Applicant  y MDWAUDFiSUGUHOa, Agont  ������������������    - -   -    .       .    . .    _ ,��������� I,,,      1 _ I, - --   ���������  Nolson Land District���������Distriot of  West Kootonay  , Talco notioo that I, Etliol TCInIo Mooro, of  Creston, U.O., occupation inarrlod woman, intend to apply tor pormiHHlon to porchaao tlio  following described, lands!���������.  Oommeuclng ut. a post planted at the N..W,  anglo or Lot 81)72, G.l, thenoe west 'Q0 chains  tliuiiott north 20 chains, thenoo Wost 20 chains,  thence north 20 ohalns, thencQ oast 40 chains,  thenoo south 40 chulns to tlio point of com-  meaoomont and containing I'.o aores more or  loss. ������  Dated thin i������t day or Oct..1010.  1.TH12L MLMIF MOORE  0-10 CUAM. MOOH1-, Agent  for  des-  Kelson Land Dlstrlot-Dlotrlot of  W������ot Kootonay ,  I Tnka tiotioo tliat I. Ktbol Loekwell, or Tor.  onto, Ontario, spuiHt^r, .Intend, 10 M-PP'y.  p������riu������siklon to |iuroltn������t thu ���������folloH'lii-f  !������fofm������inwluTt������iu at a post planted at thesoutb.  east coihor tn* .1,11. FenciiHln'M aimllcatlon to  parohwM, Uu-ncu 10 cIimMis iiorfli, thnnon 40  olmlnu hiihi. HiHnou40 el.idtiH south, theneii 40  'ofittinti w������m, tn piiiiii, nl iiomineiioeinsui, ooiir  talning IflO aciuu, iiuiro or leas,  Dated J������VrMltuckWF.LTi: Applicant  ���������        JCDWUHD JfJUttaUHOM, A (*ai>  i; ANolsciti Land Distriot���������Plstrletot  -"[y.X-; V;;V-;'A'V'We������t jcooumayy' ������������������  .Take iioi,icib that i, Blanche GoodohUd, of  Toronto, Ontario, merchant, intend ��������� to apply  for |>4)i-ml������!<ion. to puj'obw-o tho loHowlng clou-  orlhoU lands; ..-���������-,.-..  Cpminenoingivt a post plantod about-nine  mllcu froin the inontU orwummlt Oreek and  about'-4W." foot: .'northerly from said orooic,  then on 20 chainn north, thonoe 20 chains oast,  Htfiiimi ap ohalns soutli, thenoe So ohalns wr.st,  to point of ooirinionoeinoiit. containing 40  noma, m*ireor lns������, ���������  Dated July auiul.iOlQ..     ���������-.-  c      A  ,      llLAjKCIJM GOODOHILD, Applicant  EDWAllD FH!UGUaON,AB0M6  Nelson IjuhI District���������DUtrlot 01  W������������t Kootenay  Take notico that I, "Vina Goodohild,' of Toronto. Onturlu, marnod woman, intein! tn apply for vivi'inlnrttou to purchase tho rollowlitg  desurlboil luiul*; .'   ,       ������������������ ��������� ������������������  .OoiomeiichiK ntK post plantad nw Hum-  mlt cruflc, about om* mile westerly fiom  aoutliwcxt coiner of UUuolto Uoodcltlld's ap-  pUiMillnn to purcliuan, ttisnoe 30 iihalna north,  thancie 40 nlmlns i-nwi. thenoe Uo ohalus south,  thtneo 40 chains v>*it, Ui point nf uommouoo-  -mnut. ooiuuliiliigUO aorasi mors or lOM.;  Diitert luly Kind,-Hid.   .    ������������������  VJN A UOObUHHA), AoplluMiil  ,       YWDWAUD VlflUGUMOJS, Agent  )MOCMC  ���������������������������������������������������������������.    NOTIOH'',";. X'yyy,,  , Notioo ih hereby gl?en that, tho Co*  parnorflhip liorotoforo oxiBtitiK hotwoen  tho undoasigued in the uaBlnoHB ot hotel-  liooporu nt Orooton, B.C. nfc the'Orenton  Hotel under the firm name of Moran &  Monti, in hereby by mutual consent din-  solved. All dobtH due the nald-irmshall  bo oollcotud by J. B. Mornn, who Bhall  ulno pay nil tiocouofca owing by tho said  ilrm,  Dated nt Crouton, B,0 thin 1st day of  Ootobor, 1010. . JOHN B. MORAN  IKia '       GKO. MEAD  Nolson Tj&nd DIstrlct���������DUtrlot ot  WostKootonay  Tako police that I, Feed Wtevenson, of Ton  onto, Ontario, printer, limmd to apply ror  pormUnlon to purolms*, ih������ following ue������-  urlbsd lands 1 '    .    ,. .,  Uommoiuiliig at n post planted at the south-  ������a������tooriierorEarl Uondqlilld'siippHeatlon lo  pnrehast, thence 40 ohnlna west, thonoe 40  ohalns south, thonoo 40 chains oast or to Hum*  mlt Crook, thonco along Hummlt orjuk to  point of ������H������mmo-ioemtmt, containing IM aorns  mora or Puis,  Dftiod Jwly ������*t. i������to.  ���������jr-tED BTBiVKJWBON   ApmiOfcO1*.  H-UWAHU FWIQUBON, Agoftt  mm  Rooms by the Day, Week or Month  at Reasonable Rate*  All the  rooms  are   well   furnished,  and  attention is given to the comfort of  guests.      Hot and Cold,Baths.  Large Well Lighted Hall on Ground Floor to rent for Dunces  1 Concerts.  Canyon Street  <���������-*���������<  Creston Tailor Shop  ti-ai-tii-7.iwaicrarTTri?!nin���������j.������.t.i. ������i] i'ii m _ i ' i' ���������'   ���������  ��������� n mi 11 mi^mmmmmmmmmmmmm^mBBSBaSSSSSSSaS'  Men'B Gai*moutsb- ral'StyloBnindo on short uotloo.  iu and eeieot your cloth from our largo  Vy Stock of Samples     '.'.\  Call  WEfARE ALSO  SPECIALISTS  IN  LADIES TAILORING  In our clothes cleaning depat-ment "wo excel,  proBsed whllo you wait  Clothes cleaned <md  SmmViAimimmmmmmm  EUGENE CASERTA  asatssatk- ������������������   <>  PROPRIETOR;,  Nelson Land Distriot���������Distriot of: "Wes^  Kooteuay.  Take Notice that J. T. BnrgeBS.ot:  Kitchener,   B.C.,   occupation ' railroad;*  dgenfc, intends to apply for perrainsi������)nx  to purchase   the following   desoribed  lands: commenoinp. at a post plante^on,',   -  the southerly boundary of the British^*  Columbia Southern Railway OomiianT'81,;  right of way, and about 160 chains pue/'Uv  eaBt from the townsite of Kitohene,ri'y,.L'  thence south 20 ohains, thenoe "west 40 jV'<A  ohains to the south-east oorner of Char-y .;  les Moore'** purchase claim, thenoo north   V  20 chains to tho said right of  way,  tbence easterly along said right of wny  to the point of commencement, and containing 80 acres, mora or^lens.  Dated Oot. S3,1010,  .'  JAMES THOMAS BURGESS,  v Annllcant  G. A. M. YOUNG, Agent  Nelson Laud Difltrlot���������Distriot of "Went  Kootenay  Take Notioo that Ot. A. M. Young,  nooupation    ngent,    Cteston,    British,  Columbia,    intends     to     apply   'for   .  permiBslon to, purohaso tho following '  degoiibed lands: oommonoing nt n pout  planted on the southerly bonndarj* of  the British Columbia Seathern RailwRy ;.  Com'Emny'N right of way and aboftt 80 A  chains duo east from the townuito of  Kltoboner.B.O., thenoo south30 ohaitiB,  thonoo wont 80 onains, to tho townsite  ot Kitchonor, thonco north 80 ohalns,  tojthe British Oolumbin: Southern Roil*  way Company's* right of way, thonoo  easterly along tho said tight of war to  tho point ot commonoement, and containing 800 aoros moro or lees.  Datod 23nd Ootobor, 1010.  Q. A. ^.YOT-TNG, Applionnli  4.'������>'-������> ���������������"��������� .���������������������������������������������"���������.��������������������� ������.���������'���������������������������������' ������ 0 ������ ������ ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������������������������������������������������� ������'.��������������� ���������������������������������������+������*.H������.*-f ���������4+'+'*-+  Buggies, iJomoonUs, Glga and Outtt-rn for salo at reasonable prices  *Wo do all kinds of repairing and wood work wltb dispatch  ,     Oor whop la located near tbo Oreston Mercantile Oo,  Wo aro also agents for tho Or������*gou Nur������ory Oompany nnd handle  Trirst'OlaBB Fruit Troon  *--.'���������    W. K. BROWN     a   ���������  Nelson Land Distriot���������Dlitiiot o��������� West  '        Kootonay v  WdAko Notioo that Chas. Moore, of  Oreston, B.O;, oconpation surveyor, Intends to apply for permission to purchase tho following dosortbod lands:  commencing at a post planted on tho  floutherly bouudary of tho British Columbia Southern Railway Company'*  right of way, and adjoining tho nortk-  enst cornerjof G.A.M- Young'* pnrohns������  claim, thonco south 20 chain*, thenoe.  tsaftt 40 ehftlMs, tboiioa moirtli W nlmliis to  tbo_BrltiBh Columbia Bouthorn Rutlway  Company'a right ot way, thenoo westerly along said right of way to the point  of commonficmcnt, and oontamlng 80  aoros moro or less, >  Dated 29nd Omhnt, 1OT0  OHARLBfl MOORK. Applicant  0. A. M. YOUNG, Ag������n������.  Iilnf>1������nm, 1?. tmt wide,  cqaaro yard.���������*0.CB.  ������i^  o������nt������  i *-��������� ',  i''.'> 'fi'lVf'F  '���������:' ':v,:'.|;  -iV. '���������';'('  ������������������,' 'v'f1,1'".;  :XAXil  XXX������  AX'yy  ������������������ .'-AA*:';1  ''''.''j/;'i'ijti'!:  --vi  y- ���������-,.",** i j  'APM-  i'-.J.-'-'i'i-i'  AM  ���������:M$  X.:M  x-m  ��������� ;_'.y\  W'^Jfl  *. ..inn!.  "���������'t>,';.\.;  '"���������V'A^i'l  /������������������'���������'  ������-. '"   I'."   yfi   '.'  i .i ;, i,.';/ ! ,i.-.  ,'',��������� xXxyyX..\.Xyh'i;  .MUBiiiii minium  A;iVAAyS:,V;V  ��������� '-A -���������'������������������^������������������xyx'X'XAM  xxxxxii,:xx,A^ym^m THE   CRESTON,   B.C.   UEVIE.W  SNAPPING TURTLES.  Taken in Nets and Shipped In Gunny  Sacks.  There are a goo._ many turtle catching outfits at present throughout tbo  country. They use nets constructed on  tihe fike principle and are sec near shores  having grassy margins and in water of  moderate depth. Tlie nets are baited  with soft fish, such as suckeib or the  flesh of small turtles having no selling  value:  The bait must be renewed every few  hours or it loses its power to attract.  The nuts must be raised every twelve������  hours at least, especially when the water i? warmest, or the catch will drown  and be worthless.  They are shipped alive in gunnysaeks  to the large cities and often sell at six  or seven cents a pound live weight. The  snapping turtle is the marketable variety, and sometimes specimens are caught  Weighing upward of fifty pounds.  Frog catching is another summer industry, says Fur News, lasting in northern States four months or more. They  are caught with hook and line baited  ���������with angle worm or a bit of red ilannel,  and are also speared and sometimes shot.  By far the larger number are speared,  for certain frogp refuse to bake the  hook. Some of the large bulls are very  ���������wise and wary and are difficult to approach witih the spear unless hunted by  torchlight at night, when they are very  tame.  The large bulls are found mainly in  ponds and the muddy inland lakes,  among the lily paiis und bogs, and if  hunted by day uo means of taking them  is so sure as to use a shotgun made to  use a .44 calibre shell and loaded with  Xo. 8 pellets.  Frog saddles sell at from 15 cents a  dozen for the grass frog up to 25 cents  for latere meadow frogs, 40 to 50 cents  for small bulls and 75 cents to $1 a dozen pairs of leg3 of the large bull. That  is about tbe price in Michigan. In the  large eastern cities they bring more.  RUSSIAN CALEt*--. .R.  Mew  Year's   Day   Without    a    Week  Day Name.  A new calendar {or Russia marks progress  In the Czar's domain. Prof. Sclodllolt Is a  crime mover iu favor o* radical reform la  Calendar making. Tbe year, tie explains,  should begin at the spring equinox and th*  quarters saould be reckoned from the ������iui-  noxe* and   solstices.  The thrs ttwo months of every Quarter  should havo thirty days and the third thlrjr-  one days. Thus eaci quarter vr<Kild h&v-s  utrsety-one daye. rs-e-king 364 days for the  year As the solar year bite 3SS days 5 hours  48 minutes and 49.7 seconds, one day la the  year should oe aiciply called New Year's  dav  -without a weekday same.  This disposes of the extra day. leaving  tho difference of five hours snd the raia-  trtes and seconds. These oa four years* tl=w������  would, but for forty-five minutes, make aa  ������ztra day. which Prof. Solodlloff croposit  to call the Day After New Ye-r. The forty-  five minutes would amount. uj> o a day In  128 yeora. and so the Day After New Year  Bhould fall but once in 12S years. There Is  ���������till & difference of a few seconds, but as  tbis does not amount to a day in 5.0CO or  6.000  years   It may  be  disregarded.  Under this system every first day ot a  quarter would be a Monday, tbe first day  of tho second month always a Wednesday  ond the firot day of the third month always  a Friday. It is also proposed to make Saeter,  from which all church festivals are reckoned, occur at a fixed date, which the ecclesiastical authorities are Invited to name.���������>  vnicago   Tribune.  -.   -       * ��������� *  Don't imagine for a minute that  you can kill all the flies in yftur  house in a day with one or two  Ply Pads. Two of Wilson's Ply  Pads for each window of the infected rooms will, however, clear  them out in short order.  HOW BEES FIND "WAY TO HIVE.  Cures Sprang Teafioo,  Collar and Saddle Gatis  234 Muiltotm Af c, Winnipeg:.  Orioiwr nth. IMS.  **I o*7e xatA your Sp������Mn Cure ou * Spruujj  -toadoa with good reuulu ������:id I out rtcommasil It  tor Collar usd &tddlo GtlU." J. It. Iliuclett.  Sp^viii satire  to a netting to flu-man sod stockmen. lathe pant  Myev*. Kto<Ull> Si������������lu Cur* bu literally ami  milHiWin of dollars for hon* owner*.  !��������� la ti������a Out remedy tbat can al-ssys bs depends^  Upon ta absolutely euro Spatln. Blugboao, Curfc,  SnMut, Swellinjs uid lanieheas.  Kerer bUrtvrx. scan or turns the hair whit*.  J-B good for irmn u for bcajl.  Keep Kendall's ������"������������y������h������ndy. tt. a bottle���������  S for ������*. Wbon you b::y at year deaiiei's, sti copy  of our book "A Treatlw Oa The Ilune"���������It's free  Saying.  "One true heart, on whieli to resi,  is worth all the fame in the world-  No one can live without love. Faithfulness to one person through life is  possible, normal and right. Ii you  cannot get the person **eu mo**.t want,  it is better to take the person y*ou  ean get than to live a lonely life."���������  Laura Jean Libbey, authoress and  vaudeville monologist.  "Beautiful gowns should only ha  "worn by beautiful women. Stout and  middle-aged women should never  dress in the height of fa&hion. Thcj  should create fashions of their own,  which suit themselves. Then they  may always be attractive and charming:?*���������Lady Duff-Gordon (Mme. VLu-  cile.)  All Around the Home.  (By" Cynthia Grey.)  The grape fruit for breakfast should  be cut in half the night before, the seeds  all carefully removed, and sugar sprinkled over the fruit, which should then  be placed in the refrigerator over night.  Tlie result is a delicious fruit for breakfast, sans all bitterness.  To clean t^ straw hat, cut a lemon in  half and ���������'lib l!-<������ <".it surface over the  soiled straw, squeezing the juice out  while rubhing. The straw will soon b*6  as bright as when new; thou rub dry  cornmeal over the straw with a sponge  or rag to remove any particles of lemon.  Or. strain lemon juice through- afine  fabric and dip an old toothbrush into  tlie juice and scour the straw. Or dissolve tartaric acid in water to ntake  what is practically lemon juice.  To get rid of the red water which-its  frequently found at the bottom of the  kitchen "boiler, empty it entirely and  wipe dry. Then cement wash it, just ns  you would whitewash anything, nnd let  it dry Ik*foi e you put water into it. By  so doing you will have no more dirty red  water.  ���������. ��������� ���������������   First  Breach  of  Promise  Case  In  Austria.  The first breach of promise ease has  just been decided iu Austiia. H was  brought bv Fraulein Helen von'Suss-  uinndlj the well-known opera singer,  against aBron von Frankenstein.  Some months ago a luariiage \\\n arranged between them. The banns were  published, th? date of the wt-ddlug fUed.  when suddenly the Baron declared tU*  t-ugagcigient  at  an. end.  Fraulein von Suisinamll brought an  action of breach of proud*.*, claiming-"0,-  000 kronen damages, before judgment  was given an arrangement wis como to,  the opera singer receiving 13.000 kronen  as solution.���������From the .Magdeburger  AC-ining.  "THE QEAO HAS COME TO LIFE"  a "FR.JIT-Mi-.E3" Hl'MOlf  .  Indian Roof PiSSs  exactly meet the need which so often ari������e?e in every family for a  ���������medkino to open up and regulate  the bowels. Not only are they effective in all ea������e? of Constipation,  but they help greatly in breaking  up a Cold or I-a Grippe by cleaning  out the *y������;te;u and purifying the  blood. In the same way they relieve cr cure Biliousness. Indigestion.  Sic-k Kc-adaches. Rheumatism and  other common ailment*. Tn the fullest sense of the words. Dr. Morse's  Indian Boot Pills are  A Household Remedy  9 m m        ��������� --������������������  To i Reduce   Erosion.  The ercsion of reservoir banks by wave  action may be reduced greatly. a"eord-  ing to a bulletin of the United States  Department of Agriculture by P. B. Fuller, by locating a boom of old railroad  mleepvi's or other .it^hcr arc:::*d the inner banks. The sleepers should be held  together by cleats securely nailed, and  the entire boom anchored in a line three  feet from the banks. Tliis precaution  is suggested in connection with small  earth reservoirs -for irrigating small  areas.  MRS. JAMES fCNWlCK  IJnierpfisc. Ont., October ist. ;������e3*  "X suffered tortures for seven long  ?'ear������ from a Water Tumor. I was  orccd to take morphia constantly to  relieve the awful pains, and X wanted io  die to get relief. The doctors gave me  up anctiny friends hourly expected my  death. Then I was induced to take  "Fruit-a-tlvcs" and this wonderful fruit  medicine has completely cured me.  When X appeared ou the street again  my friends exclaimed 'The dead has  come to life.' Tlie cure was a positive  Euira*.*."      MRS. TAMES FENWICK.  5������<s?,  bos���������6*for  ���������������������������o  or trial box.  35c.  'At dealers or from Fruit-a-tivea  Limited. Ottawa.  ���������������������������������������  Special Sense of Direction���������Not Guided  by Sight or Odor.  "Tho airecttvo aenae which Is' poeeeseed by  bees is tho object of roecarcbea mode by M.  Gaston Bonnier. o{ Pane, and be seems to  nrovi that been possess a special sense Mice  that ot carrier plseoim. ������������������  ���������  ��������� Dee* can fly tor iwo miles from the mve  nnrt aro tn������n ablo u������ return after gathering  tlwlr supply of Uoncv. Langstroth and otters  suppose tbat vIbIou comus Into play and that  been can see tor a great distance and can also  note objects on tbo way so as tofInd their  oath. Others, with Dadent, Buppoee that the  beoh aro guided by the boubo of smell and  that thoy can smoll flowora at ono and a half  mlleii.  Tho author makos oxporlinents to provo  that bees can return to the rlvo without  Ufilnn either sight or odor. At to sight, he  take* bc������i to a distance ot ono or two miles  from tho blvo In a closed box. Tbey always  fly back to tho hive when relenacd. The same  Is true whon thoir eyes are covered, bo tbat  sight Is not essential. As regards odor, experiments seem to prove that bees perceive  cdorn nt only short distances. Whon a needle  dipped In ether la brought near tbo head of  tho boo, 11 fibow6 eigne of perceiving the  odor, but not so when tbe needle Is placed  tack of him or near othor organs. ,  Besides, when tho organs of smell (antennae) aro removed entirely tho bees will return to the hlvo. M. Bonnier makos tbo following cxperlmont. At eoo foot from the hive  ho places a supply ot syrup, and tho boos  soon find lt, proceeding to and fro to the  hlvo. Such bees be maka with green colored  powder. He then places a second supply of  cyrur. at tbe same distance from tbe hlvo  hut spaced at twenty foot from the former.  Other beoa are now engaged In tbe to and  fro movement to this point, but th^ge ������ro  not the aame Individuals ns the green tnnrked  bees, who nre still working on tho first supply, and the marks tbe#������ tn red.  Wo. thus haro two distinct set* of bees,  and w������ see that they can distinguish two  directions which form a very acute angle.  Wo seem to have bore a npoclnl directive  sense which does not rcildo In tho nntannoo  bnt probably In the cerobrotil gnnglln. Other  facti may bo cited In evidence ot tbo directive sonso of bees.  REST AND PEACE.  Fall   Upon     Distracted     Houteholdt  When  Cuticura  Enters.  file*4> for ������kin-tortur������-d bublo* und  rest for tired, fretted niothern in found  in a hot bntfa with Cuticura Soap and a  Rcntlo anointing with Cuticura Ointment. This treatment, in the majority  of canes, afford* immediate relief in  the mc������it distressing forms of itching,  burning, scaly and criuted humors, ec������������-  mas, rashes, inflammations, irritations  and chafing*, of infancy and childhood,  jH?rmits r<������t nnd ship lo l*:/th parent  and child, and points to a spceily euro  when other remedii*** fall. Worn-out und  worried parents will find this pure,  sweet nnd teonomicBl treatment realises  thoir highest expectations, and may He  applied to the youngcut infants ns'well  a* children of all njr<-s. The Cutimra  llomedir* nre nold l������y druggist* everywhere.  ***  r'inki���������!*i������ yon enjoyed tho drowi-f  Winkf. ��������� Vi������������; I wim particularly interested In tin* jiigurh-i', I'll bet tlint man  eould g'*t nny number of lniTidlew from  ������ street cur to tlie train without drop-  ���������jdfg one of them.    ?-t, T������r>uU Times.  ��������� ��������� .>N^������. - ���������  When nn urii-t ih luirii up ail lie has  A  CONn'ROMTSE.  (Catholic  Standard   and  Times.)  "Sir," began Lord Broke'eigh. pompous,  ly, "I've called to  request your daughter's hand in marriage."  "That's out of the question, my man,"  replied old Roxley. "However. I d<*n't  want to seem altogether uncharitable*, bo  here's $5 for yoii." "'"'.  SUMMER RECORDS -  OF CHILDREN'S DEATHS.  'Records show that by far tbe greatest number of deaths among little ones  occur during the hot summer months.  The excessive ������eat, the difficulty in  keeping baby's milk sweet, improp������r  food all tend towards, bringing on those  dreaded baby troublos���������cholera infantum, diarrohea.dysentery and'.otlier stomach and bowel trouoies. To guard against  these troubles llaby's Own Tablets  Bhould be kept in,the house. An occasional docs of the Tables will prevent  these deadly summer convplainto or, cure,  them if they come on suddenly. Mrs.  0. Morin, Ste. Tito, Que., says: "My  baby suffered from a severe uttuck of  cholera infantum, but after giving him  Baby's Own Tablets tho trouble disappeared and he regained health splendidly." The Tablets nre nold by medicine dealers or by mail at 2"* cent's a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockviiie. Ont.  Names  of States.  Rhode Island means Red Island. Soil-  Inc up the bay, land of 11 reddish appear-  ance wna observed, nnd it wub balled  Rood (red) Island. Now Jersey was  named in honor of. Lord Carteret, who  hod been Governor of tho Island of ttevspy  in tho English Channel. Pennsylvania  is simply 'Tenii's Woods." Tho Ciiio-  linaB wero not named after Queen Caroline, but after Charles IT.* tlio Latin of  Charles being Corolus, honco Cnrolina.  Ohio means "beuutifiil river;" Teiinea-  nee, "river with tho groat bond;" Illinois, "river of mon"���������river along which  men live; Alabama, "here wn rest," nnd  Iowa, "drowsy ones, or sleepy heads,"  Cafe "WhUkerV!  It isn't altogether nn lu-eident that  Tulittiy has a crop of ���������'���������whisker-," or  fc-elcrH, growing from her upper lip and  from tu*ar hor eyes.  In fiiot, not having any hands, tlione  ������������������whiskers" serve much the snmo purpose  Hint you uho your hands for, with the  fft>)fVH Tabby is nble to foci her way  about in tho dark, for thy aro highly  sensitive and abundantly supplied with  iicrvi>������ c.omtnunlc4vting with tho brain.  Puss' eyctiight ia pretty good, but sha  i������ predisposc-d to be iiooturtinl In li'ihlts.  With tlii* aid of the frel-irs and a highly  dfvi-lfipcd aensp'of iimHl, nhe i<* ahh* lo  Wi. nround either In tho diiytlmo or ������f>  ti-r night.  ������.������������������-"���������������.,���������������������������.���������.���������-  Wlgg~TTe Is the most formal Individual 1 know. Wngg- -That's ilffht, 1  don't b*Hi*ve he would ev*n hour tu the  inevitable   without a   formal   1111 r<due-  kkjU.  H������a, -U'enli. \-������*ttr>. V*. nt������������r>- Eyes.  Relieved By Murine Eye U--t.ici.ly. Try  Murine For Your Eye Troubles. You  Will I.Ike Murine. It Soother. 50c At  STour Drujjglats. Write l-'or Bye Boolcs  b*ix-e.   livunne i*ye Remedy Co.. Toronto.  M . im. . .m        ���������     ���������, ���������  Indiana's   Walking   Saloons.  Iu? walks along tht* istu-i-i^ 0.1 :?...id->y.  a covered basket on hip -inn. a brazen  gaze for ah "coppers" aiid ���������*��������� sly wink for  ail dry drinkers, lie is tlu* 'walking  saloon.' 'brought into bein;j by Mayor  Shank's Sunday closing order. The police aie looking for him. hut thus far  have found only two of hini. Two hundred more of him are said to be tramping the streets on Sunday.  The walking saloon does not confine  its efforts to Indianapolis. He m-ty be  found in any dry territory in Indiana at  any nnd all times, aud more than three-  fourths of the State is dry.  The walking saloon does not carry a  license; his only incumbrane" is a big  basket. He gets it on Satu'day and  peddles it on Sunday in the highways  and byways of the city and the State.  He is "a puswle to the polir-p. for all basket carriers are not walking 'saloons, although all walking fialoons ar? basket  carriers.���������"From the Tndnnipol's Sun.       o������������    ���������  Earliest Use  of  Mineral   ink.  In ancient times Indian ink, made  from lampblack and glue, was used for  writing en papyri; but inspection of the  earliest M5iS. on vellum or parchment  shows that iron-gall inks were introduced not later than the ninth century.  The reason for the change, says the  University Corespondent was that, although a caityion ink is more permanent,  it has no penetrating power and ean be  sponged from ;the Vy*������lhi'm..\ whereas the  iron ink bites into the fibre, and resists  the action of air and light;  '. ��������� - ������������������������ ������ v���������'������������������������������������-*"  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia..  Still   Room  for   Doubt.  A western editor of national* repute  who had a sincere lo\e for real art was  talking to a crowd of newspaper men at  one of the New Yosk clubs the other  e> oiling on what he clashed :is "scamped"  work���������ao-eulled impreisi'jnistie pictures  that were merely im-.g'i and hurried  sketches, and so-called poitiait* that  bore no tiue likeness to their otiginnls.  "As an instance," said he, "I know a  man here in New York who had his portrait painted last year. It cost him  $4,000, and he was very proud of it.  When it came he showed it to the cook.  '* 'Well. Mary,' said he. 'how do you  like this iioitinit'?'  "'Suie. soi,' beamed th<������ cook, with  true Irish loyalty, 'it's lovely. It's certainly beautiful. It's more than that,  sor, it's divine.'  " 'And, of course/ said the man. 'you  know who it is.'  " 'Oh, of course I do, sor,' quickly re  sponded the cook.   'Of course, of course.  Aa  she   aaid  this she   drew   eloser  ar.������  closer to  the picture, studying it more  intently.   'Of course, sor.' she added, 'it'a  vou���������or the mistress!'"  /     Famous Sayings.  "The upper ten."���������Nathaniel P. Willis.  The expression,' "The Upper Ten,"  scems to have originated with Nathaniel  P. Willis, the American pott and writer  on varied subjects. In a contribution  ou "Necessity for a Promenade Drive"  Willis wrote "at present there is no  distinction among the upper ten thou-  3Biid.* of the city.**  The idea seems to have impressed  .Tnme* Fenimore Cooper, for in his 'The  Ways of the Hour," published in 1850,  he says: "Those families, you know,  are our upper crust���������not upper ten  thousand.  The quoted lines appeared first in the |  Jfew York Mirror, which Willis aseist-  ,ed in establishing, and in which most  of his work appeared during the twenty  years lie was connected with the paper.  As a prose writer, of ease and elegance,  Willis was justly admired. He was an  observing traveller, and he knew how  to present his adventures in glowing  colors. However, his writings were marred by frivolous- conceits and he made  merchandise of facts and opinions that  he gleaned in private intercourse.  These last, transgressions eventually  led to quarrels and personal encounters.  Look-iard gave him a severe castigaticn  in the Quarterly Review, and, with/  Capt. Mnrryat, then editor of the Metropolitan Magazine, he fought a blood  less duel.  FLilTli THAT HEALS.  (Montreal    Star}  In on article entitled*"The Faith that  Heals," published ir. the Brili.h Medi  cal  Journal,  Dr.  Osier ������ays:  "Faith ha������ alwavs. -been an essential  factor in the practise of medicine. One  good result of the rccsnt development  of mental healing has beon to call attention to its gieat value- as a measure  to be carefully and soi3.itlfically applied in suitable eases.  "My experience hiib been that of tho  uneonmous tat her than the deliberate  faith healer. Phtnomsnal, even wliat  could be called miraculous, cures are  aot very uncommon. Like othei-s, I  havo had cabes, any ouo of which under suitable conditions could have been  ���������worthy of a shrine or made the germ  of a pilgrimage-."   *, ��������� ft    . .. -  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere.  ISSUE  NO. 85. 1910  AGENTS WANTED.  CANVASSERS   WANTED.     WEEKLY  salary paid.   Alfred Tyler, 355 Clarence  street.   London,   Ont.   s  SEVENTEEN YEARS IHE STANDARD  Prescribed and recommended for wo-  men'i ailments, a scientifically prepared remedy oi proven worth. I no  result from their use Is quick and permanent.   For sale at all d**ug sterea.  On Q, SHELDON  Investment  Brolcer  A specialty made of Investments  !n Standard Railroad and Industrial Stocks.  Write      Ior     tull      particular-1  reaS������������l7.o pl&n of .nvesttaient.  Room 101, 108, Bt. James St.,  Montreal.  awim  1  ktmmi _  i  A  Song.  Xot from the whole wide world I choose  thee.  Sweetheart, light of the land and sea!  The wide, wide world could not inclose  thee, \ ���������  For thou art the whole wide world tft  me.  -Richard Watson Gilder.  WiHQSOB UDY'S APPEAL  ��������� ������<������-  Carterhall, Nfld.  ilinard*^ Liniment Co.. Limited:  Dear Sirs,���������While in the country last  summer I was badly bitten by mosquitoes, so badly that I thought 1 would  be disfigured for a couple of weeks. I  was advised to try your Liniment to allay the irritation,*aud did so. The effect  was more than I expected, a few applications completely curing the irritation,  and preventing the bites from becoming  sore. MINARD'S LINIMENT is also a  good article to keep off the mosquitoes.  Yuyi'3 tt'UiV.  W. A. V. R.  Chapel With 70  Funerals a  Day.  The most remarkable mortuary.chapel  in America is located in Calvary cemetery, Long Island, New York, and cost  $180,000. The crypts or oatacombs are  for the burial'.of priests of the diocese  of Now York, under the charge of which  the cemetery is maintained. At present  hut oe secSio nof the catacombs has beeh  completed with accommodations for 24  bodicB in the concrete niches. But the  section can be extended underground in  four directions, nnd at any time an  addition for 72 more bodies can be mode.  For o cryptal burial .there is a lift set  into tho floor of tho' chapel to lower tho  body to tin level of the crypts. The  record for burials at .-.Calvary indicatos  that tho mortuary chapel will be in  almost constant uso. Tlie burials avor-  rige 70 a day and often run a? high as  120.���������Popular Mechanics.  , -������* ������ ������   , ,���������    ���������.  Sweeping.'  It's n bugaboo; ���������. <  And it's no wonder.  Watch somo persons sweep.  They simply disperse clouds of dust.  One woman wipes up her carpets with  a damp cloth.  This "eloth is wrung from water in  which there is a littlo ammonia.  Or torn-up newspapers, wrung from  clean water, may ho scattered nbout.  When swept up they carry tho dust.  One woman dusts her furnltur������ and  woodwork by wiping with a cloth moistened with turpentine.  A POINT IN LAW.  (National Monthly.) >   .  A prominent lawyer of Miami te-  cently^ received a call from a colored  woman. - "'  "What's the trouble?" inquired the  lawyer. V  "It's about man ole man. He's oahy-  in' on high Tvit' a lot no-count gals, he  is, an* eumfin's got to bo done 1"  "Do you want a.-divorce?"  "Go 'long, man. Divorce Nnuffin  Think IW gwine to gin him dee what  be wants; an' 'low him to go sky-ehoot*  in' round wif dem gals? Not ������ri you*  life, mister lawyer, I don't want" to divorce; what I' wonts is a 'junction."  Minard's  Liniment   Cures  ��������� ������������������-  Dandruff.  AN  TTNTTflTTAL  OCCURENCE.  (Catholic Standard and Times.)  Owlett���������I liad an awful time thinking  up an exoufio to givo iny wife when I  got homo from tho club last night.  Aecum���������Did Bhe demand  one?  Owlett���������Of course; I got homo no early   it   -piqued   eurfnol*".  '.���������'������������������ >>~i '.,v;'v>ii'.yi'. i^ti  mM0Mx^  fe,v$riL:i_sv#  i^ist^y  oan be mado by dropping* the contents'of  a paekance of .  PARKE'S PICKLE MIXTURE  In a Ballon of vinegar, boll for ttttoen  mlnutea nnd pour over the pickles, .Thie  mixture hoops the pickles solid and nice  the year round and Imparts a most ds������-  eious flavor to the nieicles. Bold at CBo,  by Krooarn or sent hy mall, poat paid, on  receipt of noc. ��������� i  PARKE & PARKE  muinoN . Dni-gi-13    mm  im   nu" in   inw ii  1 in 1 1     ' 11 ������������������^-wmi'yy;_"������  * > '-'.������������������'  Most'of Us.  Look wiser thaii wo talk.  -Find fault iK'oauso we're near-sighted.  Mako mistaken 1 only a fow profit by  tlicim.  V)o best in after life what wo played  at most in youth,       '  Enjoy oursolvcs most when wo forgot  ��������� outaelvett most.  Can talk, but only ono hero and there  can really converse.  Find it easier to ho good than great j  thor������\s Ions opposition,  VWsh to ha loved, but overlook tho  proviso:  Wo ourselves must lovo fir*t.  Would get on bcvtto.r If wo gave ns  .muoh attention to fair work as wo do  to fair play. v  Fall to grow becauso we hold to the  improfl������ion that we're contained bo-  twMm onr hat and our hoots.  Would dnjoy groater privileges if only  we showed oursolves moro appreciative  of thotr accompanying ro������ponslbllltlci|>/  , Would bo bettor off If we'd givo more  thought to how much wo could do without awl less to how much we eould accumulate.���������The. Bookkeeper.  ��������� I."������. "       m ii <��������� .  ���������.....���������������.������.  THE BETTER WAY.  (Idfe.)  HowArd���������'Whon Dr. Incision operated  on ino ho left a pair of surgical scissors  in mv anatomy, Can X nu������ him for damages P 1  tAwymi���������JJuii.r J������������t tttr.& J*Ia a !*rg������'  hill for storage. '  Worth Knowing.  The skewers that come in meat, or the  ���������* I orange wood sticks, aw very useful to  ' 1 clean out comers of windows, otherwise  inaccessible    places along shelves    and  baseboards and any crevice.    One finds  them indispensible after onoe using.  All cooking teachers recommend the  frothing of chocolate. It should be  beaten with a patent egg heater before  sending it to the table, whether whipped cream is to he served with it or  not. An English chocolate pot is sure  to be provided with its long paddle  whose handle goes through the lid of  the pot. As each cupful is served the  paddle is turned briskly two or three  time before the chocolate is poured off,  the process being known over there as  "muddling."  Jellied chicken is easily prepared.' and  making an attractive dish, especially if  x,aere are siusisu olives ssrv-cd v.*ith it,  or quartered eggs around the mould, or  chopped aspic jelly. Cold lamb, sliced  thin, is improved by a border of broiled  tomatoes, and cold roast beef is rendered more appetizing bv themr also.  o *������  $11.00 Atlantic City and Return  Via iJehijgh Valley R. R., from Suspension Bridge, Friday, Sept. 2nd. Tickets good to return within 15 days, and  stop-over at Philadelphia. . Particular*  8 King Btreet east;.; Toronto.   7  /The FirstVAirship^A Service.  It is now reported''that the first of  the steerable airshipsV>vhich are to. run  between Paris and the provinces is to  leave Soirtrouyihe, near Paris, some time  this month, for VMeaux. During the  Nancy exhibition Vshle may make trips  around that town! It is evident* from  all the prices of aerial voyages quoted  so far that only the .rich among us will  be able to afford theni for some time to  come. From ������2 to ������4 is mentioned by  the president of the Aerial League as  the probable cost of a trip of thirty  miles only.  It is true that airship sheds (or docks,  to be more consistent) cost not less than  ������2,000, and may cost well on'to ������0,000,  and that tin airship Itself costs from  ������10,000 to ������10,000, and may very likely eoon have un accident which will cost  much more to put right. But railway  stations and railway trans, and especially railway linos, cost much, more;  than this to build. '"���������;'���������;,  We were all thinking that Lucerne  was to have the first airship service  connected with ft, German town, but now  . it seems that France is to have this  honor. Tho Luoernb-Gennany service  is not promised until nn*st V summer,  whilo the Paris to Fontainblcau, Rouen,  Lyons, Bordeaux, Pau or Nancy services  'aro promised, at nny rate, some of them  ���������by Scptembornoxt.        ��������� .  There will'be firo steerable airships of  tlie Patile typo; which wiil carry from  eight to twenty passengers each, besides  crew. Paris will be their'port hnd tho  docks will lie at I������By. Thoro will bo  four lines, out toward the cast, via  Reims (three of tlio stations on which  nro said to bo .'practically ready), ono  toward tho southeast (tho stations on  which are not yot bogun), a third toward the southwest to Orleans, Tours,'  Bordeaux nnd Pnn, and a'fourth to!tho  "wcstNof Bouon, via Snvtrouvllliv which  has ii station ulrendy. The first airship  Is ready nnd linn lioen named tho Villo  dc Nancy .���������-The Qucon,  T-������ AY������ vnaii^az.X "c-Ul cend ires -wifc, fsSS,  tiifttructlona.    my    home    treatment - which  posttvely    cure*    l^uron-hoea,.   Ulessatlan,  DteplacementB. Falling ot the Worn*. Fatn-  foi er Irregular periods.  Uterine aad Ovarian Tusiore  or GrowtUa.  also Hot Fluahes, .  Nerva>i������ness. Melanclioly. Pains ta tbs Heed,  Hack or Bowels. Kidney and Bladder troubles, '  wtcra caub������x)  by  ������������*Utness peeullar to our  sea.    Vou can coatlcue weataisat at hones at  a  '.001  ot only  12 cents a  week.   My  book.  ���������Wauisn'e Own Medical Adviser," also seat.  rrt-e   on   requoer-   Write   to-day.      Address.  Itra.   il.  Siuauisa'a.  Bos H. 8, Wiffi^or, 0������.  A Living Memory.  '.'.y    absent    daughter���������gentle,    gentle  _haidJ  Your life doth never fade-  Ob,  everywhere  I   see  your   blue   eyes  shine.  And ,on  my heart, in healing or command.  I feel the pressure of your small, warm  hand  Tbat slipped at dawn, almost without a  sigh,  So softly out of mine!  ���������Wm. A. Croffut. -  Snakes are unpleasant reptiles  and most ladies wonld get very-  much, excited if they knew there  were three or four -in the house.  Yet snakes are cleanly and most  kinds are harmless, but the house  flies you allow to live in your  kitchen and dining rooms are  probably leaded with germs of infectious and deadly disease. The  remedy is found in the constant  ���������we of Wilson's Fly Pads during  the summer months. No ��������� other  fly killer compares with them.  <������ ��������� ���������  Waik.  There's nothing like it.  Getting in training is easy.  Loose, comfortable clothing is necessary.  *  To begin with, one may walk a quarter-mile.  The following day half a mile should  be walked..  Then add a quarter of a. mile    every  day until  the  four-mile point.  Some may find it an advantage to go  up the scale a hit more, slowly.  It may be widl in many cases to take ,  the   half-mile,   one-mile,   two-mile .and  throe mile walks several, days before'attempting an- increase. ���������; - ��������� ,  ,  '  A PIANO FOR 50 CENTS  A  WEEK  This j������ a golden opportunity for anyone to own an instrument. We have a  largft stock of used pianos, tuksn ;n exchange on Heintzman & Co. pianos.,  These instruments are hucu well-known  makes as Weber, Chickoring, Hnines  Bj-or., Thomas und Dominion, and the  price ia:from $80 to $123. Eaeh on������  guaranteed for fivo years, and will bfr  taken baok In exchange with full am*  omit allowed "'any time lu three years.  Do not lot this chance slip by you;V A  , post.card..will bring f ul! * particulars.-���������  llolnttmah & Oo., 71 King street east,  Hamilton, Ont:  ��������� ���������������������������������������������iiii������������������i������ ���������'   i, .������������������  AT THE GAME. '  (_nc\v York Sun.)  Kniekor���������-Tho cost of food has gone  up, '���������' V-'Vy.'  Booker���������But It doesn't oont any moro  to pile the home pluta with 200 pounds  nl licef. V '.,  ,       ���������..,......��������� .i������������������ .1 1-11. YvYf'.1'    t  Minard's Liniment Ouron Burns, Etc,  8opnrntlng Whites firorw Yolkil.  A iiow machine separates th������ 'whltos  nnd yolks of opened ������g#* > by; (a)lowing  tlio fowiler to pass through' a sjevo and  nutomatlcaly cjoets had oggs, which will  not iwpiiruU*; th'clr...V^ffnt;!tipping a  .trayyv/V ;"; ;.';i ''yXyxy^Xy'X: yA-\.  ���������Tlio   olive '.'.-tvow   proilnaoi  altornnto  crops,; a full yield b������ing gonorally |ol-,  lowed by Aa ncanty ������iio tho next year.  mmmm mm*������m*mmifmmttm0m  mmm  mmmmmmmtmmm  n*l-M<*������i'������i-������l>i<-slllil-lill  EDDFS "SIIIMT^ MATCHES  m THE MOSt J10DEBN AND PEUFECT  A SORE ilGHTi THE FIBST STttIKE  Thriy make no noUe or sputter~-a <iulot, steady flamo. Tho match  for ths smokur, ths offlco nnd the homo,  All good dttslors koep tliem and KJdy's Woodonwrtr.', Flhroware,  Tubs, Pall* and WiwhboimK  The E. Bs EDDY Co.* Limited,  HULL, CANADA  |fJU-MK  ���������WWMMWWIMMMWMIH^^  ii4w.",ii .i.^w.l.W*-. 1*1.1   rlli..  *"*"V*  M^MdM  MttHtfMHMUHM||iHariaMaiH  ~~.^^ffyy^,-.r-.~f-r^y,^r������-y������-^iv>'������������������w������l<������<wlii������t)i������i^,v<������^i,������iiwii������ii>i^  HMSMSSSH  , rl  m+v*unmfx,K.\AiM,,.liiri;,':.ir������:i1>f������,?,W ^theScISS^  NTHEREALMOFKING  /,.  Winter Sports 'iVSid Snow and  Switzerland..  gee  of  it possesses  unrivalled natural  advan-  ^^^ tages, which haye been greatly enhanced  Tirana "but the" additional chonns be-   by artifice, for,,tobogganing runs, skiing  stowed here in midwinter by ��������������� ta.vltto   excursions and other sports Jhat entice  The beauties of Switzerland and the  Alps in summer are known to many to-  1  1  I  I  I  w orStoi Bud., it r^f^JZ  the merchant or professional uum^even  at the height of the busiest eeasoai^to  take a feSwecks off for the trip, while  Sc man >or woman of leisure whose  tKou^tJiisually turn southward-at this  x.-���������-0...;ii a.vm   recrrct   a winter -visit  thHere in^tiic realm of the "King'. of  Snows, where the thermometers are almost as far below zero as the heights  above, tho ice sculptor has fashioned the  ���������plastic 'wliiteness into marble shapes ot  every conceivable form. The fleecy  weave that wraps everything in such exquisite purity is everywhere begemmea  _l_-xi_   _u-.i.r���������-.:���������r.      {/.Inla    hrwirtrnst.       and  out of door lovers to this marvelously  oxygenized atmosphere. ' ^fche toboggan  run downt the valley is'more than two  miles long and has the agreeable feature of a return by* electric train to the  starting point. During this comfortable  back . trip, tobogganers, experience--'-.that  restful after joy of.their lightning descent. , If is theybreath holding * flight  that starts the palpitating throb thrilling every fibre ofthe body and makes  of these events veritable "joy" rides.  Engelherg also furnishes other sports,  including its splendid ice field, adapted  for ice sports-of all kinds. The valley of  the Aa is the glory too of the ski runner, the gentle slopes being well adapt-  I  Sarklfn^gS a^VS'SS^of ������ eTWrithe'beginner^yhile the nearby  all robed fi the cottony, clinging stuff, mountains. are trysting places Jor the  the houses crouch under their load, the  'spires glisten crisply covered with the  , driven ^snow, which has thickened  against , their aspiring height. Away  beyond are the pines and the mountain  slopes, hero and ' there the fore view  trailed by drawling tracks left by ski,  hob or sleigh. ������������������i������������������,  -. The sun bathes one in ats Alpine glow,  there is a crispness that is cherishable  in the air, while all above the glorious  .pellucidity of the eternal blue casts a  tinted shimmer that gives place to ;the-  glimmers of Alpine fore and after night  with the starry veil cast over all. The  inspiring atmosphere quickehs tlie pulse,  the blood courses through the body, a  harbinger of revitalizing power.  These are a few of the charms that  bring tlie winter through to the Alps,  that put a v������rm-Sipn tan* on the ������Uo*  cheek, straighten ou the crooked back,  make one feel that he could dare anything* and come out a conqueror, mese  mountains, once overlooked, have become the chief trysting plax* of the  sport loving world, for here ���������*r  imports have become naturalized with devotees of oVery race from every clime.  -The swart Indian, the bronzed Southerner, the blonde and the brunette,-jneet  here in imperial freedom, each a prince  or a princess in the province of King  Zero, realm of ever plastic never melting  snow. .  The climate is antithetical���������the balmiest kind, winter garmemed. The last  suggestion of moisture or dampness has  been expressed long before these  heights have been reached. The air has  been passed through nature's moisture  sieve,, and there is nothing left but exhilarating dryness.  ��������� Companionship and comradeship is  * the order of things- day and night. Each  one-seeks,-out his ������hum and then follow  the ski parties, toboggan duns, hockey  games, curling, sleighing or whatever  the outdoor enticement is.     Here there  Sire uu suuuuira,  /  rm..    ,���������. :���������_i   r.m   Ar.*.*.*-  and many" colored lights, fancy dress or  rcarquerade balls, cafes chantants, amateur theatricals,, concerts and other  forms   ofi. indoor   amusements   is  never  For those who like the felicity of superb fooling.-jior.iapa.t'hfi-greatest opportunity is offered* in-the-gymkhana races.  These are (held by t>day and at night the  frequent carnivi^^iytvSo^ireR>on 'the,  ice, rockets, Bejjgfcl poadiea and~~other  fireworks, i fill tn&wfef'stwhile":'tedium of  the fore night wajh innocent merriment-  that lures'the young tn^id the^oldl' u  The snow affords ^i^ndid material  to attract- the arjtUjt and |he whoVcan  experts in long excursions  The American sport lover is not left  behind. <In the toboggan he finds a vehicle which to him is second nature and  he has made the sport scientific. Formerly >the position was soberly face forward, but "Skeets" Martin, the Yankee  jockey, introduced the hair raising, American boy method of starting on the  plunge downward, head on and face  down, body stretehed at full length over  the. skeleton sled. Such sports as hockey  ,and skating are taine after these quaking tobogganing! tmfi. ������Wings.  Sleighing "parties-behind two or four  horses are frequent, and when from  every direction the merry parties re-  tunr to the village after tbeir day's outing they find new amusements ready to  chase their slight fatgiue away. The  evening brings in the ice carnival under multicolored electric lights, and with  the sound of music all feel the call to  the dance, the concert or the theatre to  end* the day's round of joy.  The great ancient game of curling, of  Scotch origin, is popular. The annual  tournament, the international curling  bonspiel. ia held ax Kanderstag, and  ;na������v nationalities vie with each other  in" Decomi^.j: for the time being braw  sonsie Seo*������. (  The wintor season at St. Moritz is now  in full swing, and it may even surpass*  that of 1006. when the Crown Prince and  Princess of Germany spent the >vinter at  the Villa Suvretta. Th.e Duchess of  Marlborough and her boys are attracting many notabilities, among them Dady  Lilian Grenfell, Ladv Katherme Somerset and Mrs. W. P. Tiffany, of New  -York. She is being coached in skating  bv the Hon. Alexander Macdonald and  the Hon. Evan Charteris.  A census of visitors taken one day at  the end of January showed 615 English  visitors" at St. Moritz, against 545 the  same day last year, while a later enumeration   showed  641,  against 621.    The  _*   ������ ���������*      a���������-.--,;-..������������_     n-g    -**n*������     corrto    -Tii-V  was 95, compared with 47 last year.  Among the visitors expected is Xing  Manuel of Portugal, whose medical advisers have prescribed a cours������ of the  Swiss'"white season'? for him. ,The Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and  his consort. Princess ,Hohenberg, are  here, while tie Countess Elemer Lonyay,  formerly the Princess Stephanie of BpI-  siiun, attended the grand ball and cotillion at the palace. The Earl of Lvtton  and Sir,Berkeley and,Lady Sheffield aie  also here, so that the America*!. Duchess  Will not lack for companions.  k Irving Brokaw. of New York, is mak-  ,iner a determined effort to^ secure some  The E  :e of game  '���������f >������������������������������<������>>������������#���������������������������������������>������> ��������������� see i feverish    vncrgy.  and all his   old    arfe  seemed to return with his happiness.  "You arc the first one who will see the  statue completed," he told Evelyn, for  his brother artists were clamoring for  a sight of his work.  At last it was fini&hed. It was ncar-  ing midnight and John Bairingtcn was  exhausted. A feverish light of excitement burned in his eyes and his brain  was in a whirl. He switched the lights  tins way and thai,, exummiug the s_aiu������  v.  MOTHERS OF  THE   WORLD.  THE JAVANESE  MOTHER.  <- Some of the most interesting mo thers in the world are the Malay j  women who live. in the far, far eas t. Of these the Javanese women  is one of the most fortunate of mothers. They have a peculiar way  of carrying their children, which makes the babies strong. The  baby is grasped around the waist, as the picture shows, and must  cling to his mother with, his feet, or else dangle in the air. This  method' of carrying children is the same as that used by the wild  mo-ikeys in Java. s  The mothers are independent, the men leaving to them the work  of selling their farm products. Girls of tender years are ������frequently  engaged to boys, but they do not marry until .they are of a suitable age.  They have a binding marriage ceremony in Java, in which the husband promises' never to leave his wife, whether he go for a journey by  land or sea.  John Barrington quietly dropped the  oars to the bottom of the boat, and the  little skiff drifted dreamily along, dipping softly hi and out o������ the R-nn-kivwd  waves with their cool purple shadows,  , where the white and gold of the water  lilies "dreaming their lives away under  the crooning' billows, flashed back a  dazzling radiance.  The girl at the other end of the boat  carelessly toyed with one of the exquisite lilies, tearing the creamy petals  apart and throwing them out on the  water, where they floated plong like  tiny gold crested yachts manned by a  fairy crew on a sapphire sea.  The man watched the pretty picture  through half-closed eyes, for he was an  artist, a sculptor, and loved the beautiful.  They had talked of his art, his aims,  his ambitions, and the girl had listened  in rapt wonder at his plans for the  future. "I would sacrifice everything  that life holds dear for fame,*' he was  saying as they drifted along, "even love  and happiness." The girl gazed at him  with a little horror in her deep, dark  eyes, for she was hut 17, and a life devoid of love and happiness seemed to  her scarcely worth living.  He smiled a little at her dismay,  then said very gently. "Those things  have no place in an artist's life, Miss  Wayne. He lives for his art alone;  fame is the only sweetheart he ever  really knows. And that reminds me,"  he went on carelessly, "I must be getting back to town. I have had a de-  I lightful    holiday, thanks to you,  Miss  theie is lusty3rivalry for the older rcr-  sorts. The ride of two hours and a half  along the_valley from Frutigen offers  stunning inducements to tobogganers,  skaters, curlers and skiers. The Adel-  boden Sports Club, of which Sir Freaer-  ick Cardew is chairman, recently initiated a gymkhana, which was followed  by a skating carnival, with silver medals  given for the best costumes. The special  curling rink is proving very' popular.���������  New York Sun.  mem  MATCHES.  design      Ond  moW thi*   ideal   figures, of the big skating events.*He got second  fi ���������  created by, the sduiptorefv The <wonder-  land results of snow eculptude arc truly  to bo admired.     ,- / ,������>   < > -  These  things  are common n,t every  Swiss resort at this season, but certain,  places have their famed runs nnd jrinks.  Davos rejoices in  tho biggest open air  skating rink in Europe, 31,060 square  yards, and here thB^gr^tit, ^international V  ' skating competitions "take place/ being  arranged by the Jtavos Skating Club and  heal annually  since ,1804..; The  Davos  rink holdis tho world's ��������� Vccoifd for 50.0,  1,000,  1,500,  10,000 and' 32,370 meters'  The challenge beJwLof ..the EnglisK.Club.  rink at Davos is also skated for annual-  :"   ly,iii Jamirtrryr:*Th������3ro������.Bvno��������� rink in the  world wliero^t-ilEtf^  Bcicntifically(1a|4(*,t;pftV08. ,;.���������:A.-  V   Davos is ft fiti-UHai*' homo of toboggan-  a    ing, International  races  haying    been  hold on tlio, world^amcd'.H^gt������ra.:,Run  V since 1883. Attlifc  in tlio how ScKatzalp Run, claimed aB  the finest artlficiaVrsnpw;,,r.yhlhrln the  '���������"���������    world. Xit iBVV ftllttoting^fttMkiVabout  two mile? long, wlth-,������ groidlq^t;ot -a in  100, that goes stealing in'/and Vout of tho  plno clomps to,' tlio *.tond i-ri tlio' prbmon-'A  ado.   Its mony'cuiVoisVaui^orijor^aro  ���������������������������"."';productive' "*    ���������    " l ���������-'���������  'tlio  darih  V.;'"7lhad0"at,.t..~.   ���������������.,-���������, ���������-1-r,;n----li--v,-li.  ,-. -,,,,.  cular Railway^ aM tho flnlMi Is Jmrtdd.  hotwooh Davof^PlatB and 'Dayos-Dori,  whoro ft rodolios ������Vq, loVfil p*.��������������� oA H^wor  station; of: thUA^mlonlar,,;JW^thri  ������������������xT^^ss^-ssemism  V tho spectators hi way* oxtond; hoanty-an*  .���������^.plawc/^Tha^  ;���������   UormaiV Emporor cup, tlio yohlclo uspd  bolng an aorohob or aorotobog. :-  V; St* Morltifi MJQlcoii in tho vqu.pw.lon  ,    of tho famous Crosta run ofico, which  has mado tho reputation of,.thtn.^Movb  place in the Blandy Club cup contest  and the same place for the"* Engadine  eup, being beaten by J. .Keiller Grieg.  Dcrwent Hall Caine was the winner or  the first handicap race over the Crcsta  run. having aont total of 04 seconds and  winning handily.      ( \  >r ?������IB. Santos Dnmont is-enjoying sleigh  ridesjnnd1 is> interested in the aeroplane  hnd balloon sports made over the lake. -  Tho Crosta ice run is hard as metal  nnd. polished, to a finish. Tho skating  <rymkhnna was n ^great" succpss, chief in  interest being the spade race, in wjiioh  a lady sat ������-n the spade and was pushed  along* by ft. man."  ...vTho. outstanding.. fenturerof. the sport.  t|oa,'*,o,n.:atiP^yos .this winter is /the keen-,  neRR disploycid oh 'the'ciiriihg'rink and  the strong way tho game has; gone from  start to finish. The Davos curlers bent  l,h������ir ohVrivalBiiro'^-^f^rjite^^iytib^^:'  JDavos" is sinigiilarly weaky Jht '"'-hockey  this winter, and was beaten at tlio annual match at St. MbrJtz by 7 goals to 0.  Ai Somo,bf tho great events of tho. racing  season have already been decided. Tiiati  covetcd .trophy, tho skating ehallongo  liowl offered hy the .English Skating  ,C1u1j.- has been won tiy, A. J.Vli-jtvidson,"\  who was awarded;'74 oht, of ,(i possible,  100 points for his tiiriiB. "id (13 out of HO  for his combined skntin-H, *Wt' A. Resell  Whs Sficohd and R. Moxoii third, Among  the nqtbd Bkaters who havo boon'train-'  tng'ori; tho Dayos ico, aro O?holm, the  European ..champion last year* Morcly,  thb Cambrtdgo apocd skater, nnd Etllng-  ton, of;p.vfofi,|. y,     y/",., ������������������.,'.  .Tobogganors and' hobsl-lghoru linvo  IkioVi hnsy. on tho'ttcw Schatttalp and tlio  old.Kloslom couruou, ,Qn tho lnttetih-  principal, ovont no������ heon the *��������� ���������' r''i  for tho co������pVd6VFrahoo, ChIoll"^,K  liavlng'^,run pt.noarly, a n^.^f^*^1 ( .... ���������.���������������������������.������.-.���������....���������v ��������� H   of 1,000 foot. ;TUO'GrandKwWM,������������ ch0   of Davos was also won by an. English  roomah's Pogasus, stoorod  $.������?"*. *iraybrooko, which on a bIowIrV.  ���������i^   rso won In 5 mlnutbs and *IB Hooonds,  i'ho big bobBloigli ra'op for thb golf! ohn  Fewer Sold .Than Formerly���������The  Cigar Dealers Have Spoiled the Trade.  A dealer who has the statistics to  back ub his statement jsaid* to a customers ' y  "There are fewer matches sold in New  York city in proportion to the population than were sold here twenty-five  years ago. We carry larger stocks than  formerly, but we rely on country oraers  in disposing of the stocks.  "Anybody who will stop to think  about the cause will understand it.  Twonty-five years ago the cigar dealers  did not resort to matches to advertise  their goods. The dealer either had a gas  stem on his counter at which the smoker lighted his cigar or he had a tray of  matches on the counter, or the matches  were placed in a box, and if the cigar  customer carried any ,away he would  take only a few.  "In most of the shops to-day matches  are scattered about with such prodigality that any man who'is in the habit of  buying\cigara two or three times a day  can, if lie sees fit to do so, lay in a supply of matches that/will give his home  all it needs. I have one customer who  tells nie that ho has not bought a match  for home use for a. year. , He has not  laid in tho supply intentionally, but he  mechanically picks up a box of matches  every timo he issin.his cigar Bhop.  . "You havo seen tho cigar lighters that  smokers carry? Well, tlicro are not as  manyvof these in the city as you will  find in smaller toMrns and'in the country,  tVWb,-.-.^ of  matches. The country merchant does  not givo .away.[matchesvas the city dealer, but tlie houBokeepcra in the; towns  dov;\ft6i|;^  ���������ofs.' V. .A- vl AV'VV*-:.,."1V*' "V ;.";���������' yV"-yV ���������'.'  "Thirty years ago VwliOn I started in  buslnoBs the match peddlers * were aa  numerous-, da iruit and Bhoo laco ped-  dlera avo to-day, When I was,a boy tho  cry, 'Matches, almanacs and tack 'am*  mors!, was heard yho livblongAday.., TJio  matches worbV put. up in little, round  \voodori boxcjjj sanded on, tho .bottom.  "I don't rccnll how it wAb that al-  manatia wero Bold, for itVdqoJSi;acorn,that  thoro   ovor   was a time   when   ppoplo  would buy almanacs, but I suppose they  did or tho peddlers would not havo carried thom. for a  pbddlor'o iwtlnct J9  mndo oii .tUo.iinlr trigger prlnoMo, and  ho will notKMp a glocV that tho publW  doci no*; want,   Nor do I recall how it  %-iYtbat tacl: hammers., woro ; sold on.  tho^itrootB., but X do know that thoy  wero Inoludod In tho cry  of tho pod-  dlo*������.������'"77' ];."���������:���������::yyy ; ;;'���������'���������       ������������������xy v  uum   Jtigiit   itn    Wiii   cause   eiuiup,     uuu  when it attacks  a  swimmer it is  due  to the coldness of the water acting upon  the fatigued muscles.    ^Eo relieve cramp  if  it  occurs  in  the  limbs,  rub briskly  With the naked hand' till the skin feels  warm,  or use a stimulating lotion for  the rubbing.    Warmth  of ,any~kind  is  good in cases where  it can be-readily  applied, but pressure along the lines ofi  the muscles by rubbing is really the best  way of removing the pain.   Where  tbis  affects the stomach brandy, .ether, laudanum or tincture of ginger will afford  the speediest means'of cure. A dose of  brandy, and a mustard plaster applied  to the feet will frequently he found   to  relieve the patient.   Anyone who suffers  habitually from cramp should never get  into  a  cold bed;   woollen    night socks  should   be  worn,   loose     enough   to   bo  lrawn off while the body is thoroughly  warm,  and the bed  should be  warmed  by means of a hot-water bottle. '  ��������� ������ ������  Soy's  Remarks to His Stomach;  What's the matter with you", ain't I always been your friend?  Ain't I been'a'partner to you, all my  pennies don't I spend  In gcttin' nice things for you?   Don't I  giye you lots of cake?   -  Say, stumniick, what's the matter, that  you had to go an' ache?  Why,   I loaded   you  with  good   things  yesterday, I gave you niore  Potatoes, squash an' tin key than you'd  ever had before, ^  I gave you nuts an' candy, punkin pie  an' chocolate cako,  An' last night when I got to bed you  had to go an' ache.  Say, what's the matter with you; ain't  you 6.iitinf3ed at all?  1 gave  you  all  you   wanted, you  w.is  hard, jes' like a ball, y  An' yon couldn't  hold  another   bit   of  puddin', yet���������> las' night ,  You ached nios' awful, stumniick; that  ain't treatln' me jes' right.  I've..been, a friend to you, I have;' why  .ain't you a friond o' mine?    ;;  x  Tliby:--gayo,���������ino castor oil last night A lis-  coz you made 'ino whine.  I'm   awful   sick   this   mornin'   aii'yf.'m  ;',A,..:.,f.9c!in* uilghty" blue, ;; ;A';;:V,a'V,A'  ���������Be'coaV'you. don't appreciate the things I  V'V'VV do for you.      -y--Y;,y y ���������:',;.' ,V..,V .A,.,       .  '"V'iY'y-Vy.'V'  ���������; ���������Detroit Frco'Trbsa,':;'.'  ��������� ...������.������������"���������*���������' ' ������������������'"."���������"���������  The Man Who Counts. y  "Toyappreciate beauty, fully,'f.'} says  a writer on art subicotB,: fono muet la*'  bor toApviodu-6 it. it is not enough to  recognize it. It is nuocoasaryto co-op-'  orato with. Naturo in making it ( possible.'! It is another.form of.tho,kinder*  garton maxim, "Wo leiirn by doing,"  Tho trained hand and eyo will help tho  brain in ways, that tlio ono who liaq  learned all thai.ho knows front'books  pannot appvcclatd.   ���������'-���������-'.>'.'.,,, . *:.������������������.;���������;���������.���������.'  Wlr������!o������������ for Baltpdrt������  Evelyn, but all pleasant things must  end; so I am returning to-morrow."  He did not care to tell her * that the  quietness of Deephaven was becoming  unbearable, or that he longed for the  whirl and confusion of the city.  Evelyn Wayne had not yet learned  the art of self-control, and her disappointment at his departure was plainly visible. The light had died from her  AWq /������liiai������    nv,A -.    Iividto^owoi^ no 4  child's, and she suddenly looked pale  and tired like a drooping flower. As  they reached 'the little landing. Barrington held out his hand to help her  alight, hut she sprang lightly past him,  and carelessly swinging her,;big fluffy,  hat went toward the house. ' He followed at a little distance, bnt she entered the cool shadowed hall without  looking back and up the stairs to her  own apartments.  Unacquainted with the ways of - the  world as she was, she could not understand that Barrington looked on her as  a beautiful child, as one of the frail  half blown roses in a howl on-the table  that he stooped and gently caressed  because he loved all that was fair and  lovely, and he would have laughed witli  keeu enjoyment had ho known that  that beautiful child as he might have  called Evelyn Wayne, had given him all  the love of her girlish heart.  It was five years later when     he saw  UX2.      agaiu,   uiu   uw   jvai-B   ml     juKjgu  study and travel had transformed'' the  half blown bud into the queenly, beautiful rose. It was at the opera. John  Barrington's gaze swetp the brilliant  audience with a world-weary air, for  it was much the same every night, 'the  same magnificent jewels, gleaming  satins, ' subdued laughter and beautiful  women, but his face brightened as his  eyes rested on a party just entering  the Wayne box; he had not heard of  ^their return from abroad, and he was  anxious to renew their acquaintance*  particularly of the girl in a cloud of  white chiffon and diamonds who' accompanied them. He had forgotten  Evelyn Wayne. As he bent over her  hand, half-forgotten memories came  back in a flash, and an embarrassed  silence followed their mutual recognition. "Forgive me," he murmured)  "please, please forgive me."  "There is nothing to forgive," she  answered t coldly; "Ohe forgets many  things in'five years,"  Tliat night' John,, Barrington fat up  very lato in his magnificent library.  Tho myBtic silence that alwajs precedes the midnight hour was ��������� broken  only by the low song of the fire and  the harp-like accompaniment of the  wind in tho chimney, and as the thin  rings of amoke from his cigar purled  up toward the ceiling, the facoV Aof  Evelyn AWayne, beautiful as a dream*  ringlets like a picture th at is framed  in one's memory.;;       7   y ^!  Ho wns in'.''.love with the beautiful  daughtcr;: of the Waynes, lie told��������� ihiiii-  self with the complnccnt air of one who  hns never boon denied anything on  which ho had set his heart, and ho Was  determined, that lie would win hor for  Jiis own, lie"liad' forgotten;tho summer  at Deepliaven *, bIic had not, x    .  X  But Evelyn Wayne was not tho child  ho had known five years before, She,  wa������ now like a brilliant golden butter-  fly fluttering within his reach and dats*  /.ling him with her beauty, only to fly  away in a cloud of white and gold when  lib tried to mako her his own, But thb  sculptor was nothing daunted; ho had  sot his heart on .capturing and taming  the beautiful buttorty, ami lie felt euro  of victory In the ond.  carefully to discover the slightest de  fcot, but there was none. It was perfect; it all but breathed. He sank at  his desk with his face buried in his  hand si  The fame he had so long coveted as  a sculptor would now be his. Ha  longed to call in his artist friends that  they might see the wonder his fingers  had wrought, but he had given his word  to Evelyn, and he would not break it.  Half mechanically he drew a pile of  unopened letters to him; only one* he  opened;   it  was  from  Evelyn Wayne.  "Dear Mr. Barrington," she wrote,  "congratulation* on your dream come  true. So the wonderful statue js finished and you are at last to know the  sweetness of fame. And now I must  beg leave to withdraw from our engagement, as it was entered solely to  enable you to wear the laurels of *suc- *  cess. You accused me of being the  cause of your failure, because I did not  love you; so I 'made believe?' as the  children say, and am now the cause of  /your success. You remember at Dsep-  haven a few years ago* you said you  would sacrifice love and happiness for  fame; that those things had no place  in an artist's life, so I feel perfectly  justified in the course I have taken.  "Wishing you even greater fame than  .that which is before you now, believe  me, very sincerely,  "Evelyn Wayne."  Somewhere in the city a clock struck  12 just    as the    clock    on the mantel  chimed the midnight hour.    John   Barrington rose and without the  slightest  suspicion of haste reached for the mallet  that lay on the tabic before him.   One  powerful blow and the statue that had  all but breathed lay in a million fragments around him. Thnt night he locked  his studio   door, and   the   name of John  Barrington, one  time famous    sculptor,  sank into oblivion.   The price of  iamc  was greater than even he was  willing  to pay.���������Boston Post' ������   ������ ������ ������        ���������       t  NO    MIVJIO  TLJI������������  ���������VVA������Vlpfi  The Sad Complications of a Year Ago AI  by  Simple   Means  Avoided. Vy  "���������Well/ my wife was saying to me Vf  quite triumphantly," said,, the smiling, Vy  Mr. Simmeringbce, "*I guess I haven?t>5SV  made any mistake this year.' SysMMi-.  "She had just been mailing a lot of 'AyXXAAASyM  Christmas   cards,"   Mr.     Simmeringbee MfHiSli  continued, "and    what she was   trying  to tell me was that this year she hadn't  got them mixed up.  "Two years ago we received a lot of  lovely cards which, naturally, Mrs.  Simmeringbee preserved, and last Chri������t-  mas'the idea came to her, as I dare  say, it has come to others, why could  not she use some of those lovely cards  4-1...4-  Sill  One lady wrote to her  Lucy, I am glad y  sent you last year  it back to me this  "Another wrote:  'Dear Luev,' isn't it,-...   singular   that  you  should   have " hap- yvVVy, ���������.,  pened to buy this year to send to me ^;?3-vl1|illf  a card just like the one I sent you last A0^BMi  y^ar?' %$^g$0$  "Another wrote nnd asked if Lucy %M&^M$m  thought she liked that card so well that ^y^^k*|  she    wanted 'it    hack, nnd  fii0������   'vcro VV;yt^':S������||C|  ttt-ltf. .'.'..���������; ,'.'i-..���������;'.,:....jv-f.-.',.-' 1  '���������!},H  yf|j  -\ l I',:. v. I  ii  VV'l  .MM I  bluo ribbon of, loo tobofafganln"'   "j ^ I crow on YclIowPoril In 4 minutes and 3  contested for.ovtry fltttflr. fwit]t nartlcl-     "          "' '"" "  panto from aVccmntv ������*' - W0 Vffill of  aVrun down ^vCh^^v.J^ Jffl J^  *T���������o Village rnitU BloworMt safer, while  in thonGuWyir.W..younMtom can got  inty Jt olSi&to danger.  kncty,r4s9 B^.h.WJTv^M ���������V���������Su  ���������one ws ho Tocdts down upon IU flMW"<  twit** winding]In and ������������t, v,lfch,*t!  Awkward -conwp   ft������d.h mow. banked  Wfc^wv������#i(������t,ll>* a������nte������ of tlio Iwau*  ���������reached .. .roai.-.-.Lwwu������������ ������������������,Wv.;-hWj������-x3  ���������.AWw������-ri?������^.frT������/w'-*^tt^*^^.^  -ioeonds, which was a now veoopdjor tlm,,  courso.' 'V;    ;.'. A ���������'���������������������������  Tho championship of tho Sehatwilp  rond for skeleton tbhogafans was won  hy "J. R, B, Wooding in 0 minutes I sea*  ond, while thoi Manchester bowl, founded  by the Duko of Manchester as ono of tho  chief hobHlelgh events cf the season, wim  won bv Oormans ori tho Prouson, Tho  two mllow wan done In 4 minutes M������ec-  ond**, and there worn ������lxtnon entries.  Thii chiutilo Symonilu fJlikld, on tlu*  samo road, which was named for the author, John Adfllngtoti Gymonds, wan won  for tho third time by % .VDav 1������ M'^  the ladles' howl being wonM Mm. WfiRe  in tho samo iim������i A W>y f>ob nm on  ���������rfc* bimw* f-Ukttntfr.Mln 'ty>fVf*l '**C������t* "wrm In *.M  by Miss Lflitcr. "Thn fast nut timo mndo  over tno two-mil*-ownriiw* was *.ii<Vr  ���������; At., Ad������H������d������w,V'*<W0;#^A..-VAw������V.'������������ii  V:-V vV yy V>,Vy VV'Yy Ay y A'Yh:^  ��������� Cramp..' -y  TIiIb Ib tho namo given to a Biiddon  and'rigid contraction of one or moro  muBcloH of tho body, generally of tho  stomach or limbsV Tho pain Is intenso,  but fortunately of short duration as a  rulo'. Tlio imuolcHifool a������ it thoy wero  puckered and drawn up, or thoy seem  to bo twisted Into a knot. Tlio most  UHiial civuhcb of cramp aro sudden exposure to cold, drinking oold liquidn  wlillo In a state of heat and mirwpira*  Hon, eating cold and indigestible focxlw,  overstretching the muscles of the linih������,  and the excitement of transferred gont.  AetWo bxpcrlmohta aro being mado-at.. _. ���������V.W1<         .    ., .    .  tho Vioinift arseinil on tho fcaiiiblllty ot.'f ,lI������aiiwlillo lie was ncgivethifi W<5 urt  fitting tip illriglblo balloons with wlro* 7und,oven tlio few minute* he dUVspend  Iobb tblbgraphy. It ia necessary to.com*,  ������nj������h dav in his studio were    thrown  blno    imall weight and a wide Vango  In tho apparatus, bo that It may ho ear  rled without 'serious interference with,  tlio mobility of tho balloon. A fow days  ago aomo Important experiments woro  mado with a eaptlvo spherical balloon.  It appear^ that Lieutenant Fran/- Bud-  da ha* designed a wysU'm.ln which tlio  apjinratuB i������ bo wmall as not to offer  any sonslblo roslstanco to tho air or to  ovovwolght tho ballooiv Tho rbsults  aohlevod woro, it In aaid, highly natisfac*  tory, In uplte of unfavorablo woathor  No womnn with a lovol hoad oould  pOBBlbly wear tlio hats that nro de-  Hlgnod nowadays,  AXLE GREASE  It lh������ lurnlne-polnt to economy  ���������������i     nra   .*���������������������������������������������*��������� ,..;���������--���������.       ^ w**,i *n^ t*,r ^ WiRont* Try  HI 'v''jHf IHH.HHI ":  ��������� box������'Everydetloreverywhor*.���������  ^M^ M^M ThoIirip������rlaiOIICo.,Ltd.  oacli day in his *tudio were    thrown  away, for ho could tank* rio, pro������tc������B In  the Btatuo he was chlsollng..    The art  that   wtis   to   have mndo him famous  seemed to havo denerted hini, and all  heeiiUBe'a girl wIiobo love ho had* thrown  away a few years before tehscd  ������en-  eoiiragcd and laughed at him In turns.  But one night the tide of hi* fortunes  Roomed to turn, for ho   found her   at  homo alono.     They  . talked-   of many  things that night, among them the stun-  nier at Deephaven and his art.   "I am  making no progrm at my   work," lio  told lu.r gloomily.   "And what is  the  einiso of your failure 1" she asked him  gently.    "Vou,"   ho   answered, without  looking at Iter.  A wave of crlmdon ru������h������d ovor tl������������  glrt'n face and h������r twlh f.������������k dw.ply  Into her quivering Up������. "If you would  only try to enre," ho finally mir#fc out,  denperately. She turned to him, her  face soft and luminous. "And nippow 1  did oarot" .Tohn Harrington. ra������l������������l  /*jui<*M,y it* h������*f ������ld*������. "Kv^lyn," m #tm\,  his faoo radiant,  wanted it    back, and there   were  some letters that were  more sarcastic  still and some that woro all but sour, in AAXyXXiX$.$  ���������tenor, and Mm. Simmeringbee felt quito AyXXSytfiyM  put out over it nil, for she    felt,  that XiyyAAAXMl  really sho had made whnt a neighbor of W "  ours who fipcaks French would  call   a A A;  decided forks pass., ^.j,   ^*-  "Biit ehe made up her mind that that + A;  fihouldn t happen again; and last year AA  when the cards camo in alio* put thoaoyy  .that could be used over again each in a '  Bcpnrato envelope with the name of tlio'AX  sender on the envelope. So this yearXA;  there was ao mixup. Tliis year she goty *  them out all right, and that's what V  prompted her to. speak ti me as she,did,Ay  fpr sho hates to hurt anybody** flings ,  and Bhe hates to make mistakes"  y   ",...,,. ,���������."*������'.���������*>  V               Th������  Pot  Kitten. s :  y  Demurelytsitting on the wall fr.'Z  Wlio quicklyhears mc whon I call, \ xy;  And runs to play with sfcring nnd bull?  A My playful kitten.             .         ' :VV;  Whilo pussy anxious watch shall keen.  '   '  Who dares upon tho table leap,     ,',:;    ;  Into my cup to'tnko.'a peep?       Vv y AV  My nimble kitten, V      V     Vy  Who shyly gives my knee a tap, '  Thon gently jumps Into my lap,  And sottlea down to take a nap?  My alecpy kitten. y      V     V  Who, full of Hfo and fun, and play,  Gambols with mo tho livelong day, ���������  Or mourna when I am gono awoy? V  ; My loving kitten. ,-*-, -. ���������;;-.'.'  ���������.,''' a ���������.. '.'���������'. ���������'". a ' ' .    '    V, :; v '���������'���������,.������-.. ,"������������������  'And whon T outer at the door, '  Who stands and purrs upon tho floor,     : ,  And Booms to think her troubles o'or? '  My darling kitten.  '���������������������������.*���������''_  Though many other kits I boc,  And some, perhaps as gray may bo,  Not ono alial daro compare with thoe,   i  My own pot kitten.  ���������Our Dumb Animals.  mmmi jjHn#in#>iiiitxwii������iiii������ii#>.   .  5mok������r* Menaco to Forottry,  It it Vstimatad that tho loss to tlio  flfcnto from forest fires In Maasaehnttotti  in 1000 auiouiiIh to $S30.-i7d. Thero wer*  1.53. dlfforont fires,  and  the  numb**  of acrci. burned over was 43,808. An������������ly������  *Ing tli������������o figuwss, tho St*U F������M������tSr .--'���������.  rinds that tho ciirelona smoker who *wr-  ������i������ta in tlio habit when in woodland*  or paanliig through the oonntry during  tho dry timo is tho g-tr******. mMU*^ W-  future forestry In MsssaoliMikitU.^FroW  tlio Benton Tranwrlpt.  ������ #������ ���������> ������.  X'.'JI  f.'M  xm\  XXh:?i\  ',- ,'.���������'(;..-]  i. -���������';-,'i'  yy]  '   M..A I  1 .',���������' -..Ml  ..','.') .'.-.iT  ���������Xm  VV'i'yl  __Mli_i_M______M___l____l_l  "toll ma abont. your ������&rly.;fitiiav1������i; ���������'<������������������������������������'/���������  BTftiidim."     "Son, I n������������v������r VbttcT   ������<*  Mtrupitt* worth montlonlna*.  'HUuft^ 'lyr   ���������  ,. Hfo* I 'mo������������������������tl- in mmtg m} '������i'"phtl**.'v.:v:'  \htom- that, night, h������ wan ,������ ^������fCj������i*ia * inuii ��������������� ubi^ii.^iiL umi u. i������w rolmbio  man. ' Ho worktd   at his - lUtttt, Wltb ��������� tdbato������,"-������Kani������ui <3Uy ar������nvft������li,- (AyA A^y.  XA:XxXxyy:xy.AYy.yA,,yyyy;y,:A.;XyY:y  1tllSli-hl--i>lilMiiMllii---twJsiiMllM^^i<Jlihrii--liiBiiMd-riiiiMtiliirili)lili JM^liiilliiir-nitff������������������iB'niniliiii!������������������!'--' L--- :i.i.'.'..-:i'.".i...':^'fl������ia',*i;i'ii,i..,,".i:,.r,,rt  I !tl^^f^l^^^^K^%MlM^^^^M^^^S^^^^I^^^^^^^^^I^^K^^|Ha  THE CRKS^GNvRHVllvWv  ������g|������  ��������� PROFESSIONAL  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life cud Accident Itsnranoo  KB AL ESTATE, B?to.  ���������T M A T i  p. r  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  >i O     La.\1> 'SVUVKVOU  AND   AllOUlTBCT  Plans and Specifications  creston; -  B.C.  J.   D.  ANDERSON  BnrrisH   Columbia   Land   Sukvk*ok  TRAIL  ..- B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & CO.  Real Estate oud Insurance.  HOUSES TO KENT  CRESTON      - -      B.C.  GUY   LOWENBERG  Don't overlook  the new  plumber on:  Sirdar Avenue,   Ed  FVji.'hriwu.     See  his ad elsewhere in this issue.  Mrs. Gensmer is '.linking simie improvements to her residence on Victoria  Avenue, which iucldde a ooucreto collar  and a large yer.mdah ou the houso..  The Rkvievv iiow hap a lmj.'o i-'nok of  various kinds of. Lettin-iv ads unci KiivbI.t  opes, al-.o Ladies' yi.-uriin; C-inls O-ill  and give ns year ord^r l\,r Fail S'.iiiion-  ery. '/"  A big shipment of befuirifnl Cuinf* i-  on view ut the Crestou Drug & Boil;  Co.'s'storb. . Come in and see ib. The  price's"are'reasonable.'  Coat Sweaters. A full line of Men's  aiid Boy's Coat Sweaters at the Croston  Mercantile store.*}  Liquor Acr 1910  (Section 49)  <:2332-Z-e-3C-~--%aE3-S-^^  SESSOBBBH  CossuiLtikg  Enqinbkr  CRESTON  B.C.  R. GOWLAND SCRUTON  A.LA.A.  (Diploma London Assn. Accountants)  AUDITOR   A>T>  ACCOUNTANT  Pivlan;* sheets prepared and verified  Books balanced, opened and closed  Viirtnerships and compaur aaditiue  Notice is beroby given, . that, on the  1st day of December next application  will be' ihacie to tbe Superintendent of  Provincial Police for the transfer of the  license f91- the side of liquor by retail in  and upon .the premises known as the  Creston Hotel situated at Crest-m, B.Q.,  from Moran & Mead to John B. Morau,  of Creston. British Columbia.  .Dated this 14th day of October 1910.  VMORAN*&  Mk.U)  Holder of License  John B. Mohan  Applicant for Transfer  L19U01. Act 1910  (Section 35)  CRESTON  B.C.  CRESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  I'roit, Lauds, Town Property aiid Insurance- '  Nofciceris hereby given"* that on lh������  first- day of -December .next.lnpplication-  will be made to the Saptfriuteudw.-t. of  Provincial Police for the 'grant of n  license-for th* sale, of liqnoi* by-..retail  iu.and..upon'-the premises known as the  Or-escpn Hot������l. i?ii~naie' at Creston E.G.  apou-the Ij^yds desciil^d as lots 2 and  3 in Block'0j, townsite of Creston, B.C.  Dated this 1-it.h day oi October 1910  Jobs B. Moras,  Applicant  CRESTON  B.C.  We haveaFirst- Class ^fob  *Pmnng    Department  and \your orders <witl be in the hands of experienced printers  Liquok Act 1910  (Section 4.2)  <������ ^<^<k������.*<(>*^ *������������������-*.**���������*-5-������^**^ev*  % "   ���������  ��������� With a Local Flavor I  ������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<>���������������������������������������������������������������  W. A. McBean made a business trip  to Cranbrook on Saturday last and returned ou Monday.  Mr. A. Okell returned hon* e on Tuesday last from n visit to Vancouver, haying taken in tho Apple'Show.  MrR. Ted Malone and children left on  WednoBday lurft for their former home  at Toronto on a prolonged visit.  A new stook of Tinware just arrived  nt tho now liardwnro store of Ed. F.  Johnson.   Call aud inspect for yourself.  Tho water pipe hue oa Gurd aud  Sohofleld Avenuoa haB now been laid to  tlio roHidtmce of Provincial Constable G,  M. Gunn.  Don't forget tho Smoking C.mcertjin  the Morcantilo Ilnll this evening for tho  KuKliflh Church. A. most enjoyable  ovoning is anticipated.  Next Sunday morning at tho Presbyterian Church, Rev. S II, Siirkissian  will proaoh on '* Why V " In the ovon-  iiiB hifl onbjocfc will be ������������������ How,"  Messrs. Murdoch nud Cullender ex-  poet to leave about tho 20th inst. for  thoir homo in good old England, whoro  thoy will upend tbo winter months.  Geo. Mead loft for Nolson ou Monday.  It BoetnB thut whilo painting hit* house  bin eyoa bocauio affected with the turpentine, uml ho has gone to the inland  oity for treatment.  Fnid Ituthorfovd, provincial pauio  wra-dou, paid Creston au offioiul viitic  hint Wtiduexduy nud Tliurn lay. Mr.  It u ther ford iwikcH bin home at IIoshIiiikI  and makofl half-yearly trips through tlie  Kootonay nnd Boundary district1* looking ovut matttU'H pertaining to his do-  partmeut.  H, W, Mndill, proviii'.'ial orgiiiiizer of  tho Ciiimdiiin Ordi.-r of CIionish Friondw,  With hefuU'unrtciH ut Vancouver, paid  Crouton a viwit on Tiu-Rdiiy lnat in tlm  intoroMtH of thut oiKitnizuiion, Mr,  Marl 111 Hnyii that thin rude* Iiiih i!I lorltfr-s  In tho province nnd iri growing very  vapidly. Having jurat recontly takon  <-liiiiyii of the onriiiii/.rtflon iur f'.f*, , be  propoHOH to vinit thu vnrioiiHlodgcH nvory  Mix tnontliH from now on, and predicth u  irpwiral grow tii of tho ordor in tho wont.  Flattnolotto, one yard wido, V1K eiuit������.  Cf* m  Notice is hereby given that- on the  first day of December next application  will be made to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police for renewal of the -hotel license to sell liquor by retail iii the hotel known as the Erickson Hotel situate  at SricksOii Ui .lie P������o"?in.r.5  of Yuntisb.  Columbia.  Dated this 14th day of October  1910  Walter W..Hall  Applicant  Liquor Act 1910  (Section 42)  Notice is hereby given that on the  first dav of Decembernesfc, application  will be inade to tbe Superintendent of  Provincial Police for the renewal of the  hotel license to sell liquor by retail in  the hotel known as ihe Sirdar Hotel sit-  uato nt Sirdtu* in the Province of British  Columbia. *  Dated this 14th dny of October, 1910.  A. North  Applicant  Letter Heads, Bill Heads  Envelopes, Cards  Circulars  In fact, anything and everything in the KvayofHigh-  Grade Commercial Printing at the  r~^\  9  Kelson Land District���������District of  West Kootenay  Take Notico Mxty dsiys afterdate, 1, Emel-  ine White Lodge, wiaow, intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  Tor permission to purchase tho following described lands In wost Kootonay.  Commencing at a post planted ivt the M.E.  corner of lot 7717, thonco south 4() chains,  thence wost -10 chains, thenco north 40 chains,  thence east 40 chains to point ol commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.  Dated thisllttli dnyoj* Sept., 1910  KMEUDE WHJTP* LODGE  a -19 I'erUobt. Laurie, Agent  Ladies'.   Cashmere Hose,  30 cents.���������  CCS.  Services Next Sunday*  LiQixoit Acx 1910  (Section 42)  Notice is hereby Riven thnt. on tho  lirst, day of December noxt, application  will be made to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police for n ronowal of tho  Hotel License to boII liquor by retail iu  the hotel kuown as the Burton Hotol,  Bitunto nt reston in tho Province of  British Columbia.  Datod this 14 th day of October, 1010  William Burton  AppUoant  Methodist Church  Sorvicos on Sunday noxt: Snnday  Sohool and Bible Olusa nt 2-SC p.m.;  Evoning Sorvioo, 7.80 p.m. Sacrament  of the Lord's Supper after ovoning service.  F J ItUTnitRFOttu, pastor  LiQiroit Act 1910  (Section 19)  Notice is licrebr given, tlint* on tho  ���������first doy of Decouibor noxt, application  will bo mado to tlio Superintendont of  Provinoial Polioo fov tho grant of a  license for tlio sulo of liquor by wholo-  Halo m nud upon the promises known as  Tho Or'"^n Wino Ss Spirit Gomphnv  Store Httmito nt Crouton B O,, vipon tbo  lands described ns Lot No. ������2 in Block  'A" towiislto of Orofltrm, B.C.  Datod this 14th day of Ootobor 1010  SlDNKY POOLTC  Appliorm.,  Prosbytorian Church  Sorvioes will bo held iu the Presbyterian Ohurah on Sunday uoxfc, Morn-  iusw������rvioo,ll a.m.; l������vouing aorvioe,  7.80 p.m. Sunday sohool at 2 80 p.m.  You aro cordially invitod 'to join our  Biblo Class  S. H. Sauk-BS-AN, Pastor.  Church of (England  Iu tho Now Soliool Houso--Nov.  18fch, 25th Sundoy nftor Trinity. Matins and Litany, li a ro.; Mr. Kemp's  hoiiBO, II p.m.; Evorisong' and Sormon,  7 30 p.m. ; Sunday Sohool, 3 p.m.  Pinup 0. HATUAH.Vte-a*.  Miss Ij, M, Soott, Trainod Nnrso, of  Ilathwoll hospital, Manitoba, is ready  for fluguRomantH of nny Mind, Matomirv  n.Kpr>oialr,y, Apply Miss I-i. M. Soott,  goiiomldollvory, Moyio, B. O.  TINSMITH AND PLUMBING  *  *������nu*jnwmmm  imimmtm*, ������,��������� tKmWriHimmmimf****  HAVE YOU TRIED ED. F. JOHNSON FOR PLUMB- #  ING AND TINSMITHING ���������  " "  -0  Cull nl, our hlio-i 01 phono hf������,    SuIimCwjUoji guAfiiutiiod..  Whop &  located ou                                            * *4p  SIRDAR AVENUB       -       CRESTON, B.C. ^  ���������&  -U-LB.fi 111:11���������' Tl'aTOvr���������.7flt,^l���������^^^,;^'������rJ---^^^���������  ia.nr***itiia:inr  THE If  BURTON  HOTEL  WA1. TAYLOR, m������nas^  CRESTON -:-    B.C.  s-tanssnax  K>������0O������0������������������<><^������^������ft������������������������������OO������<!  GUY LOWENBERG  REAL ESTATE     INSURANCE  MINING     .  Oirifirjt*-.Ti;U������PHON������ OKNTItAl. MLOOK. PHONIC I.  **AAA^*+***#+*+/^^  Billiards and Pool  ���������jtojfMn Room ������*^������^������^-  Cigars &nti Cigarettes  Hot or Cold Baths  At Any Hour  Razors (Jround and Set  \ i^___lta_L __t HM. ' JJ-H U ll  ^s  1   Aj   I  IffM ������W  ?  ISi^jy^lfyfiil^tfilir^  Women's Woes  ORESTON WQMKN ABB FINDINO  REL1KF AT LAST  It doaa soem thnt women hav* mora  than a fair shue of Iho nobti and pniu������  thnt nftliot humanity; tlioy innnt "ko������p  up," matt ationd to dntloo in ���������plto, of  oouotautlV noblDK baoka, or hondaolu-*,  diK-sy Bpella, bearTun-down paiuii; tlioy V  must Btoopovor whon to atoop -monna  torture. Thoy rnuat walk atfd bond riitd  work with rooking paJna and', iDiiiiiyj  nohon from kidn������*f ilia, Kldnoya oaiina '  moro nufforlnpr than any othor oroaxi of  tho bady, Koop tbo kldnoya woll nild  health iti onelly raaintaiiiod, Rowd of?<������  roniedy for kidnoyu only that help* iiiid  outen tho kidney*. <;Xy:x'AX"-'x.-  Mrln, Kdward,Oalwoo*1; of 188, IJ.VHavold  Htvoot, Fort WUliatn, Oijt, aaya; A  "I Hutvorod with dull, iiiiserablo paliiii,  BoronoRS aOross my. baolc baok and in my  (jUloHi for hibntba, TheyVvronld oatob,  iiio ro badly at times that I oonld aoavoo-  ly movo". around,y Tha kidney fleorationg  hnd nlflo boon ot n hoavy color and con.  (allied a ucdlmout, Thon, I wonld hav*  dl*7.y f-polln and aHo-jottier, folt Renor-  ally'inn down. Aftor nuinijr a numbor  of roihodioM without flndlii*** relief, f  lfiiunofl of BpafVa Kidnoy Pllla and am  ploiiM^iV to wny, fonnd thom an axanlNmk  ronioily, AT)ioy hav* rollovod tno of th*  inlHorablti poliiB and BoronoBB In iny biiok  and havo alno ouiwd of my othar kiduoy  troublo."  for; nolo in Oroaton by Oroitoa Dru-f  and Hook Co. Sold by d������������1������ra, Pi-ioa  nOooiilfl. Tho It. T. Booth Oo, Ltd..  D'ort jbJrio, Unt,, aola Canadian Mfuita.  i^UDS  ���������I   - - " -' 111 - - -"���������������������������"���������-"��������� ���������'���������."...���������������������������....."������������������.."���������"....."������������������HiiiiliiiiiliiMiiii  imm  mm2mmmmmmmmmimmiiimimmmm  .       ..    , ,  ,���������,.   ,,, ,,     ,.   ,,),��������������������������� yXyy.-'Y:'X,.Xy,y;xy!:,.;,X:y::.i'i''-,\,.,....  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