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 ^ AH the News  of the  -   Creston  -Xitatrics  \  id  ri  No  19    3RD Year.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1910  $$$$$&$$?  /T*  ,9W the thina yoa need for Fall <n>ear, rmhen you can buy  @  f&rm ai tfie tow price of $9.00 %  We carry a complete   stock  of Staple and  Fancy Groceries?   <which are Ahvays Fresh  "-'   '&*> VA  * -' ~<? .r.*^.-!  x-.x rysm  ,'- A *h������*<  1 ' \X>"'0 */���������  NOV 22 WW.  SlNCLS COPIM 5C  ^  i  General     |  J   Merchant   j  Q  A   Qdccdc ICres,on'  Phone No. 52  >^^^9^^^^e^^^^^^  WHERS  CRESTON FARMER'S INSTITUTE  WILL ERECT SiiSSTAfaTiAL  WAREHOUSE AT ONCE.  The members of the Farmer's Institute who met in the old. Schoolhouse on  Thursday, Nov. lpth, wore out to do  business, and tho -manner in which the  important ���������proposition?, brought before  tho meeting wore handled reflects the  greatest^ credit upou "tha-jforty or so  members Who were present/    ,,  1 r*    r J- j- ���������   f,  jyMJ-SfW. K. Brown, -president,tut5the  ^, 3 v,H&&^������&SPf*fl J*������.fihaiyUa&������8lfeL  the,meeting to order at 8.80 p.m.   Seo-  ������*/\*V^mw   T2* f~ T     Tf*%a������m   ^o������i    4-aaIi*   4-Vka ���������Arm***  *w������M*Jr        ������to *       wr������      **-rv������*w       to*a>wi^������       '������������������"w       ������-������������������������'   ^vw  -*��������� > f  and outlined the bosiness  before the  meeting as follows:  "This meeting ia called for hearing  tho estimates Te the warehouse which  we have been talking of buildiug, and to  take some steps to raise the money for  this .building. There is no donbt there  will be a difference of opinion, in spite  of the benefits we shall derive from this  building, but you will agree tha. if it is  not of great importance at the present  time it very soon will" be and to my  mind it is a thing we need at present.  After a good deal of difficulty we.have  secured a lease on the ground at tbe  very nominal rent of $14 por year, and  if we do not take tho necesBory steps to  build wo may lose the lease and never  auooeed in getting anothor. It is therefore np to ns to do something right  away. We have had thia lease now for  a year. It is dated somo time in tbis  month. The oommittee whioh was to  report on tho estimated oost of this  building have sont in a report to-night,  and in the meantime I wrote nnd got  figures of tho cob. of matorlala, that Is,  iron, and Mr. Brown' has vory kindly  figured out an estimate of what it will  cost us, and I would ask Mr., Brown to  read that estimate to you, and also the  one that we received from the committee.  Mr. Brown then read out the list of  lumber, labor and' materials, as estimated by the committee on a building  40 s 75 feet, 14 fcot wells,,, the foundation posts to be provided by the institute.  18,548 ft. lumber, at $16 50.. $306 07  Iron    250 00  Windows and Frames      50.00  Labor    215.00  GOODS TO  GO AT COST  Unable to make a satisfactory lease for the coining year for the premises I now'occupy, I have decided to dispose of my entire stock before the end bf the year, and to that end am selling at prices that  4       cannot be duplicated anywhere.  Men's and ^Bdys' Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,  Underwear, Shirts, etc*, *Dry Goods, Wometts and Children s  Shoes, Hosiery, etc*  ct\  Everyone will find something he or she needs, so do not fail to buy  your Winter Rubbers now as regular prices will be very high this winter  <������A������  1  r^ TD   A T7-TT ������,������.=,.   5  5  $821.00  Continuing, Mr. Brown said, ''Ihave  prepared a rough estimate for a building  26x70 feet:  Lumbar, 12,500 (epprox )  Firet-olass roofing   * Nails and Paper   Labor ���������<   - Doors and Windows* "etc."'  S200 00-  99.00  57 35  -   45.00  200.00  X. 32,40 -  K50" 00 '  $.683 75  In my estimate I Include tbe cost of  sills. The committee do not include  any'foundations, posts or excavation, in  fact both estimates are exclusive of  posts and excavations or foundations."  Mr. Rose said, "We have now about  150 members, and if eaoh subscribed $5  that wonld easily mako the amount ne-  oesBory, or if 80 member1* subscribed $10  that wonld put up the building. It will  have to be arranged for any member of  .tho institute who does not subscribe and  who has any produce paBsiug through  tho building, the institute would have  to levy a tax for vthe use of the warehouse. Eaoh oue subscribing for a share  and wishing to dispose of same' could  nell to a member who did not already  have a sharo, no member should bo allowed to hold more than one share."  Mr. J. Hayden Bnggested  that the  conditions should be kept at two shares  as tho minimum for oach member.  W. 6. Littlejobn suggested that the  BhoroB should be in one dollar BharoB  tastoai of five  dollars, uh thu latter  wonld bo harder to handle in caso of  diopoBal of samo.  Creston Lumber  ^Manufacturing Co. Ltd.  MmMMMp  Complete    Stock   of  ROUGH   and  DRESSED  LUMBER  TOTfflmniirm'iiTiai  Mawi  ; Y';r- :���������  Wqmpi tfttenttori ��������� Satisfaction Grantee?;  L^iiiiiFigtsre ntiihyouonthat Btiit<hng  VMWXM  CRESTON, B.C.  ��������� 1 ,.���������.! 1.1,:  .- ���������>���������:������������������'���������<���������>"!.V-t���������- j;:  y*. *���������  |4l'. VV.-'..r!  : }.'���������;.'��������� ���������-.'.*���������';'.;*>,*���������.'���������'���������y}V.y^i,;w*'..^':;V,;JV*9i>i:-!!i������������������;i:;:^^'l.-,'-'-..;,V''' Vi })'?iA-A,AyyAXX'X'.x.���������������������������;'.������������������:.; Vy'V'Ay  Mr. O. J. Wigen said:" The institute  needs* a house of its own. I am in favor  of the idea that $10 per share would be  more .practical than $5. The business  will increase, and my advise is to build  a good big building, otherwise we might  have to make an. addition before very  long. ������800 to my notion is very cheap.  It is not nacre than this institute saved  on one single order of produce whioh  has beens brought in. If this is the case  we can easily see that we have saved  the value of this building in the past  yew* two av three times over already. I  had just a lew boxes ot powder come,  and I saved $16 on that alone. I might  jus.tly give $1Q, because the institute is  entitled to it. Most of the members  would easily save this amount during  tlie winter'if-we buy any produce to  a mount to anything.. I propose we ask  for a contract, and that we provide at  hraso $1,000 to buiid ic. It is always  best to add 20 ner cent tc estimates to  I     _ I 1 v.  oome out near it -If we have a thous-  and by the time the building is in tiptop shape we shall have used almost all  of it.  >. ������  I will take a share and probably can  get two new members from Duck Oreek  to take .a share each. I think it is a  wise plan to go ahead and have it finished beiore spring time. I propose  that we issue $10 shares, one share'to  each owner.  Mr. Geo. Hnsoroft seconded this  motion. The motion was put and declared carried by a large majority.  Mr. Roso spoke on the benefits conferred on the members of the institute,  and stated that when the annual statement of aooount; was rendered the members wonld havo proof of the tfO������d work  done during the .past year by the institute. We propone to put a oooliug plant  in the building whioh will answer for  the smtill fruit in the season, and when  that is through we<oan storo frnit thoro  to keep it from iv.ho frost. The next  thing is for all who aro willing to sub*  scribe to thiB fund to give their names  in to Mr. Brown, and' we will soo tbo  balau.co of the members to got tho thing  goin g at an oarly date  Mr. Nioholsaid: "Somo mon dp nob  buv us much from the institute, and the  mim who only gets a little toed did not  ought to have to pay;, as muoh as farmers who buy largo quantities from  tbo institute."  Mr. Robo ropllod . " Yob, some will  benefit mora than othoro, but ovory  man will oortninly bonoflt that muoh  nnd a good doul wore."  Mr. O.i J. Wigen: "Every mombor  will rooolvo a certificate for his $10,  whioh is nn good aa $10 any timo. ��������� It is  muroly $10 deposited in the Farmer's  -Instltuto.'1  Mr. Goo. IIuHoroft HUggeetod thai the  monoy should be payable within. thirty  dayB.  Mr. Goo. Husorof t moved nnd Mr. A,  P. Wifller nooondod, thnt all tho monoy  for BhoroB Bhould bo paid In within 80  days from thin dnto. Oarriod unanimously. '  A good number of Mm members pnid  thox money, in thoro and thon to tho  chairman, and tho RnyiKW roproaonta-  tivo vaoatod Itifl aoafc nfc tho table to  mako roqni for tho ruBh of ahaveholdoi-A.  ' Mr, Itoi������o rorwl n communication ro-  gdvdlng quotations for food from pralilo  milling oompAnW, and tho ordora for  whioh ho aiuiivmiood wovo thon being  taken.    -���������������������������''.  Mr, Uoo. Uanorotb moved, and Mr.  W. Lldgato Booondod, that the mooting  now adjourn, aud tho president vacated  tho ohair at 0.80 p.m.  y. yi.''!.*-"'.. <������y y iiyi*\;.-' iYY.'.'.'-^ '���������.'.'������������������ V-,  WEDDING DELLS  IT CRESTOI  POPULAR RANCHER WEDS FAIR  DAUGHTER OF BONNIE  SCOTLAND  Banff-  /  "Haste to thejwedding" was the joy-  oas cry to be heard all over Creston on  Saturday last, and the streets presented  au unusual sight, as all manner of rigs  and other conveyances were called into  action tov take the large number of invited guests to the Reclamation Farm,  where Ijectance Cleamond Payette, one  j, **��������� <*-*-  of ,theAmQ3t pfcosperousV.of our ranchers,  Wis to* be joined* in* wedlook^xo. Mist  Annie Macintosh,' the-fifth'daughter of  Alex.  Maoisiiosh, of | Midmore  shire, Scotland. ���������,  "Clem,'" as he is popularly<known  here, is,a vetjeran of the South African  ������������������ j.      \ -  war, and is one of Creston'B earliest  ranohers; he is the sixth son of Gilbert  Poyecte, of Renfrew, Ont.  Owing to' the day being the busiest  one of the week, many of the invited  merchants and other oitizens were unable to be present, bub as it,was, over a  hundred journeyed across the famous  Kootenay Flats to witness the ceremony  aud participate in the banquet nnd the  festivities. From far and near they  came, on foot, on saddle, and rig, all  wearing bouquets of white, and all anxious to witness the csromony.  At the ^ Reclamation Farms things  were in a great state of bnBtle when tho  Rrvikw scribe arrived; horses and rigs  everywhere; the largo building being  Borely taxed to accommodate tho marry  throng. Promptly at 4 p m. the bride  ontored tho beautifully decorated drawing room upon the nrm of Mr. Chaa.  French, who gracefully gave tho bride  away. She looked charming in a bice  robe over a blue taffeta, with veil and  orange blossoms. The groom wore the  conventional black. He was supported  by Mr. F. Burn Oallender, the bride  befhg attended by Misses Margaret  Moore and Alice Opie.  The Rev. H. S. Sarkissian spoke the  words that united the happy couple,  and after the. large assembly' had bestowed congratulations, ��������� a move waa  made to the spaoious dining hall, where  the table was laden with choice viands  and delicaciet in and out of, season.  After the good things provided had  vanished, toasts were forthcoming in  abundance, and " For he's a Jolly Good  Fellow,'.'.was sung oyer and over again,  whilst obeera were repeatedly given for  the handsome young bride,*- and during  all1 the skirl of the ���������bagpipes could be  heard from, the lawn without.  A very pleasing incident daring the  speechmaking was the reading of an  address from the members of the local  lodge of Knights of Pythias, by VB. O'B.  FitzGerald, M. of W., who also on behalf of a .number of citizens presented  the blushing couple with a handsome  bedroom suite of furniture.  The present** were both handsome,  costly and numerous, and space alone  forbids the printed list in its entirety.  Suffice it to say the presents arrived  from Bonnie Scotland, eastern Canada,  aud from many friends of the bride and  groom at home and in tbo United  States.  Tho festivltioB kept merrily on until  tho wee Bma' hoors o' th' morn, and all  the guests left feeling that ib would be  many moons before suoh another wedding andr Its accompanying festivities  would be held at Oreston. Special ar-  rangemontB had boen ma-Jo at the Ferry  to transfer tho largo orowd of invited  guosts aorosB Kootenay river, it being  kept continually on tho go for several  hours.   Tho happy oouplo loft for their  future home at Oloverdale ranch shortly  after midnight, they being given a  vociferous royal send-off.  T>tuing the evening Mr. Q. M. Gunn  rendered selections on the bagpipes.  The exterior of the house presented a  picturesque appearance, being illuminated with Chinese lanterns.  Among the invited guests the scribe'  noticed, v. Messrs.   G.   M. Gunn, J. J. ,  Atherton, A. ������. FitzGerald, Jno. WU- ~  liama, Russell Leamy, G. Riel, AH. Pet-'  erman,  F. G.   Little, B.   Malone, C.   r  French, W. Murdoch, F. B. Oallender/   '  Jas. Long, W.  H. Smith,  M. Glaaer/'  S. Stewart   F. Broderick, J. Stephens^    -  N. Griswold, T. Harris, S. Soott, I; H.  Simmons, Roy Telford, S. Watson, P.  Sherwin, R. S. Gibbs, L. J. Wood/G.  Harper,, T. Crawford,- <0. Arrowomith,  f. Hang, M. M^yer.-Reg.VWatsoa, Geo. -*-  '"^%",;*,,ft^���������'*!^ft1?^V*W!J-">!i.-,���������,^.   "V������J',t-'--i**n^.������ ���������..- ���������*    *>**-���������������*��������� a *������  Pi-itchard.* AnacCIure. Rev. Satki^um; *r������%'~rs*  wire and son,'Mr. and-Hm;R. lidujtteid,.   .,,,  Mr. and Mrs. S. Trosabley,'  MissM. G.i_<���������  Trombley, Mr.  and^Mr's. rF. 5. Hurry/ ^  Mr. and Mrs. J. Hobden,  Mr. and Mrs'. - /  R. S. Bevan, Mr. and Mrs. L. Leamy,  Miss B." Leamy, Miss M. Moore, Misa A.  Opie, Mrs. and Miss Lambertbn, Mrs,    ���������.  W, K. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A. Miller. '  Mrs.  H.   MoCreath,   Miss G. Quaife t r,  Miss S. Smith, Miss Merle Reid, Mr.   '  and Mrs. S. Poole, and Mr. and Mrs. S.  Maxwell.  The Review joins with the oitizens df  Oreston in wishing the young couple a  long,  prosperous   and liappy. jpurney >  through life together.  ��������� ������*\  Yv?*  yy,  V<i  jx*  \ -jp-x  iA%m  n  i**'iir''*z!?\  * ; V"i^  Xk~^3-&  .<���������-,       /���������������>*  ;*     -,"*������  A '���������������&;  y * r-t"  *��������� ,'* Cq?  ' y\'y<  ,  '    r^������  >   '4*   '?5  ��������� y v <���������-  :>aa*  i Ni < /.  Legislative c/Zssembly  Meets ������F*ntt*iy t2th ,:;  The Legislative Assembly of  British Columbia will moot on  Thursday, January 12th next, for  the despatch of business. It is  stated that many important measures will be brought beforo tho  Houbo at thiB session.  r  }J  ��������� '  ���������  ���������  THE CRESTON  MERCANTILE  COMPANY have this week received:  i  *  "���������-*  I  ���������M  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������*  ���������l.)  '.1  One carload First Class CHICKEN WHEAT  <  i  Two carload* No. i TIMOTHY HAY from Quebec  One carload BRICK One carload CEMENT  One carload COAL OIL aud GASOLINE  ���������lli^eis;',- H;:l g:te:tr  in  i'  [  xi  .A  Cfestdn Mercantile Co.  , lifttt  ::m  KxrcM  xx Al^.  [XrM.  ;J.i'v,C.-Viw.  ;ly|;,t-.'ij,r  Plionc No. 50  l-tata-Baa-a-Bali  .'''.''V^;v-j--v-,'vvv  v 'Xx.A'X-x.^'>yAy<y^m,:,v  ������������������**- y,iv.-V-: ;���������.-.'���������: A. ;j iWW&j'WM&ZuWtfi  i. -1 '������������������ y.i  :x'ff$i  VV/'.V .,':;',;:'VA^'");.v'4i;,:-;Si  ��������� ���������   ���������   ��������� ��������� ������������������ ���������' ������������������ - ���������- ��������� ,-\ '   f.iW*  yiyyyYiXiXXyy'Mq  x\y ;,'���������>; y^Mffyii������  ������^,.,.:.,Y.v,,;������t������-*V.i,'i'/l;������,).,Wi*fl ���������TIIE^^GftEST^N. ^Cl^OTli*!  mx  :-��������� .yYX: jSgixy Vsjy Y:.y' V ���������  nmxm:-rAx:":  3"  Vy  r^^r^^<^<^^^^-^  "there  ia;Viiothiajg., liew  "Thiat        --,-      -.���������-.,    ,   ,.  the Mm" applies-more to  the fashion i.  d&fe to-day than to ������iythiug m the  m  lender iypuff of the, ^nie rasjtetiijjl as..the gown,  -hioiisV Laiid reach^o the wriat., Made in velve  teen,Yqor<Jurby  or   rough   wolleri   such  ;gownsVa\e bound, to t>������ satisiaS.������ory. ������������������ A  for the  "not 'life  na being generally becoming^ hilt an em*  .era-Id: g.reeii js'.newer.;A':';W;hii������''V������loth-":itf  also included as among the '^osMbiliti'e's;  the piiiic'lpal objection*^efti&;-tfiat~lMck  and white have been soAmuch wbrnali'  suriimer-"thatr't^  ;tn(}^.-:^VmG!St^$^  by black -vel vet'* collar- ahd':V^  an edge' of white satinAfibboh.VyAThia   ,  white against the black cloth of tie cbs-|'.;j^ ;  tume and the black velvet collar; 13veryl^ ;  smart, provided the gown is absolutely  "  new and fresh. To attemp'i it onVni'coat  hj ���������J-he Igastf shabby wouldVrcsultV&n aA  most- dismal failure.  i4"V   'K;   y-V-vA A  <.,��������� ��������� After^all, Vjylien. complaints are^made  of the high prices asked 'for tne^S^whs  of^tp-day: the; imn^nsCA'iraountVbf time  and thought as well aaV labor expended  onVfcheih-should be takeii Vihto consider-  a tion.   AH the pretty detsxils thatyiUcan  so much, and which make or,mar the  success of the costulhe, are not Vevolvod  : inibfie day; " Of ton h ittbdetfthat li as l>een  .-thought to possess ^y^rtyhing to make  it wopiilar wili"be" found-tb lack eyery-  -sthing essential t'o-its- success simply be*  ^anse the colors do not woik  W������U together  or  the lines  are bad/ and  the -  Avhol������ gown%as tb beirecoiistv.ucted be-  * fore it  can :.--bs  exhibited.-*AY &^Asli-  more.   As yyV ���������XyXXAxX.yy)yyx..yxi: '-..X-  charining* model  for "a- mare  elaborate  style of {cloth costume is'offsatin iinislied  -'black   cloth, the V skirt;.-\yith   seairi V. in  front, circular sides, but most carefully  fitted7* so th&t��������� there shall' be no flare-/]  /with doubleybox pleaJt- or phiin^p.cjy wjtlv  ' twoAnarro\v''f olds'of*black velvet across  . ths* front- breech/ a^jtiedinni: length coat  with flat circular side piece fitted just  "S������"caiP6lully" iais^the sides  of vthe- skirt',  revers >of eplaih sating edged W'ith,a fold  oi velvet ./collar andMu its of satin heavily embroidered, while above the circular  aide piece a band of embroidery is worked on the cloth itself.   This band does  not  go  entirely  around the  coat, but  stops  at   either side.    The back, while  : quite'ilat"and straight from -the shouK  deis, has. ;<i seaindown. the centre^, aiid in,  eonsequenee is much inofe be'epiuihg to  ;the 'majority of vfomeh, -Wr ���������it* fe-'o������ilv:*������?-'  slender woiBaii-s^lio looks Ayell :>yith .'the.  plain..straight' back effect of coat/(Trie"  of the newfest itylesVhas the-back���������'���������qui*������?  wide������y,ae*'oss-the -shoulders %n<|. then, slopY  ed; so long and for that? reason' mny be  :couife wo^phy^p������ injitation..^ ',_,,.;.   ������,,,--,  Brisht   Colored   WalsieoatsY  THE  WAIST LINE;      '  '���������   Now yo\i see it;^AV' w .'��������� v .--������������������  And now you don't.  it  plays   liide-aud-sc<*-k.  ?������������������- Ats.p'ceseht^itiasV.rais^^i. ".'     -" V :A-x:  ykirts arc carried above the waist.  "   Sotoe''eveni^gV.t'i*dss;es>Mro on AKiiipiVe  lines.    V   ���������: y-,Y:Xyyyy      .-.,���������... "\:;  A-^AyX,  Cpats are:'a littile short-waisted in the 1  back./'/- A V' A'VyV'V Y' V^V-VyA  I The girdle has how   given  way to Aa  mere piping.:'7   Va-y A :A-'- ^ A-XX;.  SMART r^EW HANDBAGS,  Tht  Modish   Paisley ADesigh   isV;-YtBt  ���������yy ��������� y     AV-Again-'UtUi2edsyA,yT^V,-Y:A  -"That looks likeA~griindmp*JM  ley shawl > '"* you >>vill' Apvobably' e>cclaiiiv  -;When you -seeV t^em. And that isV just  what^tJiqjie^Y handbags remind one   of.  ������������������^il.  'ing  yearsv  _���������-  will������'fi������p a brave and patieut woipau who  ���������will wait the seven years and then wear  the ;^me gown without some marked  alterjftion thereto. "'The 'g������neira"ltoiil3;H?i;e  and,design of the u,e^;i,*������t.jgxgjleli *~ -*,-:*  winter street costmues are  the,  the_  thcse/oi tljiee   .-.       _.       y  Thfei-favorite sjhirt waist nvpdei a^ the  mortierit.. the advance style, as it is declare^ to be. is appaiently simple, but it  is a'sfiidied simplicity not easily attained.   VFashibn cohuxianda. that every woman "'slialt:rlp9fei"=4&Bder^^^cui.-j;*3ung���������-i^yeii:  .when;>^A.^a5K.attain?dAthe half''eentuvy  in yx.ars aijdTheVc-iTitoiifary fticreiise h\-  ".w-eigSiJ'^Tiie  p'ei-feet 'plain straight ui**.,  and  down  skirt,    exaggeratedly,   tight  around the ankle*.-'Js ounpfy^iiupos'siblo  for iiuy' but the most sl'eiider-aiid- youths-"  fui trytiife;.'and*e.ven .th*n.jip:..npil ^ttra.c.;,:  tivejji hence .Jibe, change is to be uoticedA  This new "skirt has quite ; a; "dee^ y-oke? i  fittiiig:';;tk>V"Spfet;feetion, ,: and>-,a . *tiaightf;|  from breadth cut in ,ciue, pi.eye, with the  yoke.  ABelow the'yoke "kf the sides and  back there are ndifessithan.rtwo seanijo  at   eithe-r   s*tle-v, ThiKe  can.,be;vfhallow .  pleats if desired arid' if theAiiiSU-riaV .ii*| ���������.-������������������--. ...    ;;-,..-,:���������-.. --vv.-i^-.  not too 'heavV ther^ is -dVseam dOwiu;th������.|*. y ���������������1������?k 1S XT.������.������? fashionable this  hack breadth, but ihesev,are no pleats    an^the ^bnii-n^h bliWjfecloths are alia the .back.   Thi^ is' a deiiafe ������iw.t gfvet!*'! ^^ /eitevt|ve: all W^^kyo^y^te  slender lines;!aiid b^sides:'��������� eedne^ic^4.^h,?I. OI ,color m *H ^aistcoatywhich  as  it:does..not squire,mjich^.material.l if not f���������*?* serrate, Omt is-part; of  Best of,4l^ itvis wide enough^rouna ^'[ ^VW;*^ ���������' ^15^^^*^fe^aV  ankles & permit ^oi ^taking^ Wns step; -     -'S^/AS*^** ������ ������ Japanese  . is* ii ���������  *- --������������������ ------ ! emorennerv. cloth and:old brocade-are  "Becom - _  Another good's,  tremely   b������ajiauii  quires careful fitting aas a seuui uu������u    ^��������� .��������� ,_-^.:.-���������.-.���������.,.  the centrc"df the- frenfc'breadth, uo seanas;; ;it is japt to be too popular^ and Vthere  at the :3idei������.an(i a double, box pleat at    are 'so  feW:cc61<)r%AtKat -contrast welly  the back, faeteped aV'far dowii on. iheA evea-with bjack- >-[Eb,e brjlg^t dark blue  skirt"as Unbecoming- to 'the';individuai    *^iilt- ^s. bee?  50 popular all; "summer  wearer:.: Ji'ihisi-is-also, a^ort of idealiza-;   a.ppfear������ again" In Vf&ese frimmings and is lo-^^-.rj .._,��������� ..���������r_. ,���������       ,  tion,,9^,.a fashion of spme thlree'of fiiiir^'far better than, anything.else :;in ysa:, f ar:H>n^monizing shade", andy altAtlie V^ags ^rO  years aj*6.   Ther^'is sViri'inti'sual- variety { -.-......       ���������    ���������;,-.���������-,-:,���������, -��������� !-.!������������������ ���������;"_���������; ... ;'    ���������.  in the -niodelsi fci;"the;.t������ilox: cpstumest; *  some;ave ^xtreniely plain, without any'  trimming whatever, White1 others, and-on  Lcitrimmt;d with  satin or veiy*  v>re *������.v*..v.% ... strikin^lS* Jiifv  but' byetrniing,'''^'- ntade  go wnrij,'- with.-itlie^, byroad,; baud .of  satin  arojm,tlj tho   bottoin   of ' the ' skit't���������tlve  baud, not ������V"'t<^' h'^ \vi<R* as' thonuxtevial,  giviiig'--t4lK uf feet..ofj-)the .v.lot,h jb.^jng gath-  ered.wlU've jit js joined  to jthc satin.   '  Tailored atieet eostdines 'tills''autuum-  and  winter"*'vfill' lie 'Jiist  as -popular: as;  ever, and as the short skirt is no\y,.t>Jib.  vei'sally  accepted   as smart,  thei*pv^vi,ll  eei'ku'iiily'->be ^ruvny; inp*"c ^fj.tl^e.coat arid  skii'ti.eofttpnji^^tilr.in^.^wlien,'' fashion '"tie- j  clares. in favor of"loi'.g skirts 'itiiu'niiak*iSy  pDSftiblc  the   wearing' 'ofJ'elttbo'tiite* oner,  pici-.c gowns under long aiul Ciiun;iJy,e\ab:  ovatu euaUyyid eloajks.    In conaeipience  at least two clotfi 'costurtics "wifll *be 6s-  Beiitial to-fcomfort���������the     severely plain  uiitr'iiiiiiied'oiic Tof't'lie1 mbJliiuVand th^  inpri;: c-hiburatc cloth,on velvet one for  the afternoon.   This is considered an ab-  Biuilly, Hiiia}l allowaric'c for  any winter  ���������*,'fl  mxxmymsm  Vv^vviiliiii  mmmxyxm  rnimmmxiAs  ToVcomeV|voVthe iwbjecf^of/dreMesyQihe  cohsidersA nijany._ ^ype^yAJBiitVo'f.'Vdrosses   V  in wbichyto "walkyypte&ymeryiyvo?Ai^X,x  di-ess which ig.a������p*i*irt AG^i^.coat;e������it^'rti^VVAi,  the dross designed to wear wifcn a sepai,;,;;  I rate '' cont;-;-:.ii:ajh&itiafefe^^^ai^^&JifeV.V  'above -'the iiiiorriiiilXX.vSuch .'��������� '^dresses:;������������������:'.UBpi^yA  doubtedly hayfe";' "theirAyaluijy:^.espTC^U^^  when w-orn with guimpe^s -thai;��������� mayV be;:YA  cleaned or renewed ot:tehVJVMor^ titil?*!|;V:  ^tai-jani however j V f or Athpsc| whp V&iiiainVY;  in;* QJip;-dres9; all VJ5ay;|yare .(*^t ah?^ skir^:;Vyyv;y  '^iJs;7A$^:^heirA; ;���������'��������� tlie ?V^waistA:;A^ay:Vb^;i* VA-.y^yL  changed- -^s^oftem.as .xie������xs^*^,y. tfabcrt^:;^ AV"'"'"  ^^;aif KiueJif ttvbfe3"a^V^^h^'theVEir^fiVy  days  ofAtheir  revival, yand - they V;are-i^VVyi������^!  "" ' ��������� ��������� "���������'"'���������   ������������������"   "���������"���������' ��������� ���������-��������������������������������������������� ���������"���������;-- ������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������" xxym  made of sheer   heinstitehed   linen V laoj^-:  fiyy  or: embroidery. Thp -; ltvites'b*- 'skirtsAai^A  not fulled 'ihto: aAban<t;V rnither su^the^J1  cut straightVtip^ anit-Vdbwn.Y..X'That ;i^|;j::  theyVyidok'straight up and dowiiV (%  cpurse-VAthey are shaped. A They are ciit*:*  with.;;;-'s^|iis.Vd6wh'-^theV.;froh.t- and backj������-  prVwlthvfpur7seams, bheVeach side of th&*>,  front and;.tlieVbackVVA-AVV" VV   X.A'yxX:;^  The Varmiiole ��������� ism."; its V normal VplaVee^  again. But that does Vnpt mean :.thaf;:]>i  it necessarily shows, it- is Jn jthe; foiini*!;,  da.tioniAhoweveri; ^  i drapery^ or ;fl;ri]n^ing^AV'VVy-A AAf:;-V::;;Ai7y-;V..'?;;j'  ; AVhile.girdies^ah^ belts do hot-yfigur^'s  oh elaborate '^jesses, the is'ash^isA,witl^jj  us,spr.:; -w]llxbe.4V^ KAcosisisfcsAjpf r:a 'liotVp������|5  lo6ps,-Vfornied;' intoVa cireiilarVbowYVah^'3  two endsf. It is;^eaaight?tp^Athe bodice ajj\  little beloW and a little 'tack of the" leftC?-^  armhole.- * ���������������;������������������������ ���������..^.,:.x.::.1.y,.yi<.,.y ���������-,.��������� .>.,-.yv:..:-, y;..;.,.-  - For hat^trimmings, i^f^-^mii a ,vne-ner'4  phantasv velvet;t It is most.noticeabl^'  ���������for:: its; long- napf77 Vv- :W^^Myy^:--: .;^*fc  So V^t Parisi^nne^.^^^tpjpi^it^  veils of Chcintiliy ��������� ahd;^russeis;VlaceVA infj*.  cream "or*'white.'"'They';dra  ei* hafts  (the .flowerpots Vwith -briins Yoii'.i}  the niiushr6om'.ibrder);>ver'y  ;mdihst(7 iniits wliicfej^resehfe'Vjtlie V other,  'fextreine  of A la7mod^ ^at?i������ ^^^ th* J  easiest matter,;Jn^fcH^i^Wprldi;:^ yAfii jy \  :���������.."������������������" ���������'���������'.- -^j.-^ -YiA'XlyjAyXYXti&i^X  this heralded "Oriettt&l^ DOte" to V ihtro  dueeit ih$p-tondbag������-v ?r^\ '���������}*Y.������A?X.AX  ...; They  have * "taken.* " old "sna^vl������ A'\probably "they were, ;-or"'they: mayihave been  woven for the  occasion>, -cutAthens; up  into buaint shapes and made fashionable .   .        .     ,..--, .   x, .  .   .  feminine handbags bfV'them. There is no f ting ^.nVysbig. ^.tpqks -, of,th^r   dainty  ^onv?������cr'*^^'MieV*;arAV--a^^ creations* in' readiness * ior ' a    big  -, 'CAPSJ ^Fp^^ignfi l^<|lA^iqOI!),. ^| Df$ \m$?'Ac  NewAXorkiT-Quitehtho--latest,^fad in^L-daintyi things .:aro;-***s*pecially-^adaptedJ  Paris;-and,-pnejAhfi,th;haa.>alrea,dy, heen; ^Vfe,^������rP- .^% ^^^AVwr^ped"  ;my^XAx^''yyy^Xnn"-xo   "^^'j-   styl&''bf-haii? dressinlr'^ "y'-      '    '  imported .���������by;, Ame.r,ic������i,,  is ,;.wpmen s   ;; im._ .5i,u,^ :���������. _���������-.j^..;;���������__^.-i.<i.���������it^.in  cap.sv; Frencli women ar������ now, wear-   style', again, and sonne :beautiful, 'lin-7  ing" c'apS'oifJittany'occasions  denyingrth'������i!|?ttie"y'<areV--a  :warji^Aiir!eh'ir'������Q^  theiry delightful blending and quaint de-7  "signa-^ali these*' fiave..?a?: dharhi- M^;" '-theii?  '���������own:YJ::A;"-:i:.: -.��������� ' :���������; ���������':���������:������������������-������������������;. :V?s:;:V.?v'ri-' *-*?*���������;-V-'  . ���������.TheVbags are madeup in _tho various  ;   modish handbag : shapes; roiii'dV; kqiiarey  'pbiong and'oval,.deep;or shallR,\\v.jjisli;������s.  madame   pref ers. .UsiiallyV they ;    have  briglit metal tops andAcla"spsJ y'yv^jr^ col-'  1ored3Silki^cofrds" for' handles^^inings: are  genejially,0of ymo^e7;,orfIp  New-���������'Yorkv>dTyi'-gobds: -store&taare; pjat-t  on  outfit', 'but'f of1 aw praWioal'purposcta :will  sufHc'*i' pwrnidccL: oacl\;^,,wtisfaptjOry .In  cveryj,,detail.. ..Hpugh maitprialsV'01 all  kindu, surges,' ctieviots? ''and - tWths/'dre  tUif siiiartest'-foV'the morning* a-nft there  is ui i.tiilly: uu*i'veUoua..va"lcty in color  and design, iioth tlie wide' iatid: t!he';fvhe  cord serge are in Jdij'!**', While the .roiyjh  tv^eed.V and cbevioti*, in ..grays, jti^na^and  mixed .black; and. white, .made perfectly  ploJbi,.^atji,. aS-tXSJMSlJ' smart." The' five-  gi;w.������d "Hkirt' ih T^ir'ta'ifrion'i'^Ti'tf^clnsitlftr^  sk'JYt also, but this last is so difficult  oKjaccoiuplishment that it cannot l>e too  iy 11 yJ$i&i*vfi  lit jl *|*>:'t  IX> j 'i0������#������  r^l7undertakcn..Coa.t8 arc of medium |] ^^  lcrffith.    vrKe ICng^oat of laat aeaaon i*  ���������TV...   ... a-.x ���������...i   ti,n short  fancy  liOW out of date and the short fancy  coil*.!-, of the summer are not practical  fiwtlie nevere (ityles. Always is it silt'-  esPiVir tlie plainer costmno to be of the  cffj^M-ivative ������tyle, whieli, like the Tiding  hufot, varies little from yenr to year;  th������> meilium length hpfMitting coat lniv-  irtg)*niall reverH, fastened with bono but-  to.ru*. with a tmrro\v j turn down velvet  collar, or having collar and revers of the  irfi^feriiil, no cuff*, bii>t tlie Hleeve finish-  cil^ike tlio Hleeve of:, a riding habit. But  fij t!i'>r������������ urn miinv whinen wim do not  vnVe for the *t������verel\^ simple, fUHhlon de-  ci*i(r* that there can' |m.' Hhorter jnek'*t.������  Mfft^i fancy buttonn anil bia*i folds or  hrvnd*! of the material' to break the too  luWH line*. If  ������ij>    Velvets  and (Velveteens.  *ilMl ������ort������* of velveti lire in fn������liion for  I.Iia..winter. V<'lvet������*r*n|* and conluroyH in  crij/iM and bki:*k an* ^lr������-ndy 1>������*Iiik inade  iip.*tvii.l an* very ImipH. Tb<-y ;u<- njr>d-  ello4 on the *ruti������ IhitL nn t\u> clotllfcoa*  tinnen, but nre, if poiijibb*, pflilniff. ^OUJi'  bitutons, aatin r������*vi������r������4 |ind braid arc cor-1  r������o������ trimming, but ith plainer the wt.ylo  Dyi. Binarter lu it eonaidorod. l'urplo,  gr^cn, sombri* gr������y anlT"T5T������flk aro all'  piiiplhlar ������i>lor������, lw>th for v������*l-/eti*eii ami  iiod if #h* liitU������r*sfii,brl������   A W  >in; the) shops.''"*Th������> ^P^VlP^y^jutomo--  bile iidijag are of d'us^irdpf'silk.V', AJ:  Vtiiie'sY destination.ythe "Ciaps   can-Vbe::  .iiplledyL.np;;. tightly Aand; Apacked; in^a  s.mall fc������g and -th-en the regular after- j  ':n6or(i-^or- evening  hats V may  be  rie- j  iSun*,e&AvV V* -Ay. yy;^.:YiXA:AyXX,.xcxy xx  ���������%-'A-Tney:-.Iarge'';';picture'.'-'V-shOws'-:'-;,-.jufit    a  glimpse  of  the  frillsVof V-the theatre-  j;cap,   or   bravelet.... This  bravelet K'asV  & ; elbge ^fitting; crpwn.A<^y;s.maLjVA^os������.-  'buds;;an$l is naade;A'witn.V,fbne^C),i|' Vjiwo,-  j-tfull -;plaited   frills vpf VV"al.  lacey;; or;  lace edged net. A;The street;has  pinsi  rs?uns "through A the, h^^A/^bi^av^Jet. A.V Xy  ^.A-TheVVpicture' Vhat Vin^VtlheV 'illustra-;;  .tion isV smartly in style Vtliis fall.   It  'lias   the Adrooping   brim Vbent  .down  ���������Hxiarplyt<oit:. tne-. right.',   oonie ai'e iii&~G.ti ���������  in front.   This hat is of Jblackuyelvet,  ,'*tifiiniriefd" with white^stricn^ha' birds*  iof A. jsaradise';' ;jj]xime&������*Xi:: X^<Xxy<:p: y- >.  . ������Thes .mall,; .reproduction. V shpw^VVpn^  'of the'tfew'^  ���������Possessed of, one- of��������� thes-e-hnadamV-dOes ���������  not .needf;.to, ha.ye.her.^.Vhai^yVdr^sgeji  before'"^^th^,*'inbrhingV'iaaieaKA TKo'-'cajp  in; .the* ^pictures is ieritirely>'iQf ������������������oJi<5vet,''|  trade '.this- fall;';*  ! ' ,The,(Fr^nfi]b.,(^yoiiiaia Y)f fashion .npw,.|  ,:puts '~6ii XJi'ne cap "wheix sBO' goers'''to'*1  be(3;a^ taiight.'ri-Anoth^r 7;is JWftitin^sf oxi  ���������her, ,wl>e*q she .ai;is^sn������pj:,he):^b,reakfast  ybefo're'her: Coiffure 'is "made'tor''5the  Say;. -> .She r-^vears >JanHthSer ,;;ca*3R-:: when:;]  "she^.driyes.yip.; h,er^;a*uto. ^Fing.lly Aat;  .the'1 "theatre'-'a't;Vfifgnv whien she *lrfts  . off .-herVlJ.iSy'picture Ahat, !:she ��������� jdisclbses  a dajpt^q^p qfjlace V and, frills;,which  . ornamentsv;her" nead, bti������''does hot''in-'  terferef'\with;A'the Vview-:������f thsystage  .frb-ja-^ehind. .A '��������� ''���������-,"���������.. ?���������>;-,., V Y^y^.yy,.;;%  yy Ihcidentally, the trenatbwata- c*aps'"|  is; likeiyator.do away^-with) the labsurd  ;.'pilesV>pf���������������������������.rgts/;';i*cpffs/,ajpd"- l*iaids. whieli.  fashion Abas grown 'we'aiy of V ythe"cap  and'! -elaborate** coif fur������- Vdo'iaiat.; ���������'���������*. go/-j;  we],!'.tqgetheriy:;,V^..A,'.'; V,V V^.,i.Y-' -���������.. .-'.-r-A  ���������yt The hot'masses" of" artificial v"*nair:  have undoubtedly resulted in injury-  *to; the natural hair. The :,xetuxn tp;,  .'.simpler, styled is  not   only  a revolt i  bu1r<ethe'' teat*h'er\Wight''caWiwill**pr6b-;l  ably *p.rqye.jap:.actuail;'^jiiejit;t-Q natijjr-;.  a! hair,., harmed, by' recent -.,: styles ' in  hair7"drossitg.   "' ^yy^'-x -y^-  '-y 'Sbttie,; Of the -new -bapsvfor������������������vwrnei!i'| are,;as -. yet .yery ..ejenensiveu. gp,.,^.^,  ���������.���������areAlike--   wee,;,>;dainty,.'.r*<3unhnnnets..|.-rfotti $12 at>iefeV.6r:-inore:in'"'the",'''New'  A  ��������� morning '*' etop&  Hdw's ^'���������^Ms; *?girls ?vi-Xt'a.; thei'-latest'  Some are gracefully draped..-,Others, ji.York vstoresy bttt .������������������iiyo-M8ri'*''deft'*������*with;  'axe of lace or lace and sheer" inuslin the needlel,will.,sp<in.jh^^maldijgjl'^m.-,  .4ied   with ' little  'Tibbbh   bowS.   The" selx'bg be'autiful. ones cheaply.  j.i...  .fitted with- small purses, metal    tipped  and silk lined..   :..,-. ,..'.'..   .   ,.  ,  '���������'��������� -;TiieMvbfiia'fi;wh'b  iiidulgei' in;'-all* tlie'  rnevv isicls *wiil':6'ui'ely wSiit'pndi-���������"-���������**���������-������������������"���������.������������������ ���������  LI NGERl E  H AT<LATESX. y.  .Piquancy.-.Which Hag /Vppeare,d io  ;..   .y--v: ;  ..; .^arip. ..- ,,...;...., ...-���������;   ��������� y.  Eve^y -week 'ih' Piiria't-hringa ��������� uiit somo!  npv-blty. -iTp-clay -it Jr..tho, u.8<j.,o,f.<Jay.er'i ,;  j piece' 'over:,tlie'iiii'tfep:''*^! 's:bme!'bf tiiese'*]  the-*d������sign:'*is outlined':Ui ������tfeeb*ca'ds*:ii-r*  in fine. jet^. both ,b������,ipgrsiuar,t.. ,,..      .,..,,  ���������  . tXyui'-.r vy.-.',3.voUi ..;..fi*Ti . :XJ .; j^v: .������    ...it;**  ���������* A Mew biaclcsliK stocking is of a fine  .trnhsp������*rent*. f*j*aiity-'-hnd-'is ;stri-jititl-��������� Wrtlr-  .eaU.n^b.antl^inea^r.ly .half qjij ii*.<J���������v yiji^p.^  Otlie'rs'of the :8ame variety show clock-  liig 'do'rie ifi-s'aiitl'':ttild'J'f inched "With! 'h:  'touch' of .c-*ftb.rojd^ry,-,aJl: b.lwkii..;. ,.;>;.;���������  fb^A .thinnest crepe in. assorted colbrp.ivs  ���������fe.'tf hat trimming, Bays",    "L'a     Dorhiere  \3leuVc a Paris?',V '   ,'   " ��������� A  "    ���������������������������" "y  '���������'���������; 1 saw' Aiio'vcfry'-bcantihil' leghorn1 hat'  '���������'tlio'-ofcli'er day which '-was. trimmed, With  ii -drapediBciivf ^and-un ,cnoi:inous,,l*!Ci.>y  TIPS ON'iTriB" MODES Ftoft  I*AliU'  . -.���������:i'i-..i-..*V(:.'-ANO iWlNT>ER*>*'.*: -XXn;������:���������;���������  The face-of laViiiPd������.-i������gradiui.nj"'.;heing  ;liiiidc  |..,to all  ' qotttto'iors  ivliiejujjs -tf>: say tlicii;:suitBrii eostunipa.'.j.  4!mocels are being Shown in lashioiia.Dle  .shbps*->bbtH^r iib** sho-Bt'Vekirfcs'������������������ Soin ������he*������  i*^������A8viand}:^oi)^er,.^ess:V^r^^^  "Hvfear.    ...   ;���������. - ;���������: .y-.-.; :��������� \yA; ;:��������� Xy  .^- '��������� .-'.ii ;*::'.���������.'.{��������� **.- -...iji>;������ a*'t '^y'ii.'.? ���������������<-I-..���������ii',:,i*.,*;v*  .; ��������� <>���������'.riR^tionpe-.V^itb ib������'.Wiy^ngi*i*Va;������.^.<  3VM% f^^.-s^n^t^oi*;,^ '  Beyond earth a weary/labor.     :";  tli&x-aiinflt sftitU^n* dur������-fe^'o|;V{*Ji^cB--1-<  ,.^om.isepr*^i*aiit^^ .- .i  Tbssed all tho strife, the toil,.ytlio. care.   ���������  h^hati*iV3il4<^trfl,aifc^ gain-..j.  iyi^%''fe^^ * "'���������  ���������''���������!;;W'i''-,^,'i?*1',W������w^;'-lW;t';te'!iii������:*.''r>^^ ������������������;���������.���������'���������!���������������������������������������������. .-;i ��������� *.  ���������* 'Will tell our .merits'over,   '  ^nd^ybk toWtiawi^bUi^ilf^tiltS'^b see---* ><  ���������^^^Jl^iil^MA'-j^rv'.  is- .v.  Inen hands that would not lift a atone  A W^lit^Bto^lwox'o 'ttiifek'* tb; ciiin'bor'-** ������������������  l.-.tiuifaSt&B^ Wlli;P0th,/iWjiJl;,,wa,tt#^fU)W"..  ere  cftif^uroy,    iirxi m w-% ....���������..- ,  ,    ,  clipiien the large rord in ������elect<*d, nnrt*,lf  flAWiitniikL in <-<ilor l������ dewired It l������ <*������!������.  tftfif*wl by tin* wniHtcoiut of elotli or nut-  iiuv^blch l������ further ������*nHv<*n<Ml by i������<������nin  orrtamcntatlon of fwbl or ������*ilv������*r t*tnbr<>i-  dtsry, nuiy a littlo, liowovor, for, nn hm  lM*en Mill, thi* plfilnor the ������*ff<*i*(. t.li������  mvum-t^r 1������ it <*rtn������ld������r<*d.  Tb������������ mrdl.mi l������nath coat, th������< not too  nnnnt but plain nkiit. ui** ������w������������  ��������� ���������������    ��������� -t_ii  '.<i.;c  tt in  OOP  81o������v������a ���������!*������ ara alraplo. ������H}*,V"  as well ns white. But tho cli'lof'ViO'Volt^  6f,,tb0fie chavming.', brodoWc "Tttiglalsc  brtt^iif tlii*' brodeVlo ' a^latBo-.^flowor  Svltirwhich'it lHti*immod..lloBOH an largA;  f^ifl a oablmgo arc n\n(\o,.q^qr. thesp .open  <iyelob potaln and placed on tha front of  ihfl)'al.,a littlo.,to tlio 16ft ftluc " Tlio I  Of feet Ih very sinivrt^diVtt' cWarnilngV ���������  ���������' I  ojiJJiipiny lenrn what iB:ond,.wliat,.l8'llk������r  ���������lyj;jo be.   Black, to begin with, ia good  Rood.  And dark blue for Btroet  'BEADfeb' SiTdbklNQS TMEt-   ���������  V SMARTE8T. ^ -    * ^  i ���������JEJ^ihcft<tloai>Bi,o,9\ti\������B, h(iR .avrlved nml  tho Paris RhbpB nvo Blib<v'fng ftbmo now  bnoB thnt nvo BtunnlnR and most uu-  UBiinl,  Also  tlioy  nro embroidered'  ��������� -   ������������������   ��������� ���������x    ������,���������'  PRETTY   INEXPENSIVE  BARTV  D nESS, STYLISH   IN  EVERY LIN'tf.  .Horo IB a simple littlo r?rty/ dross .   $^*^  whloli/iAMh������o.vit",car^b^nmd9 }n������^; JffihfitvSplnHod flftiuico ut il      .....   "-     ���������- torn of tho Bklrt ifl attaohod    to Ino  foundation at tho l-n<v*, i������ml tbo ���������>������p-  or������  ,i������ft  dono  -nf  hoadi*, ���������  ,imu   w,,-.t   ������������������   - - ,,_ -  tn anv filer to matoh tho eoBtumowtho  *l^Rd^'b������'h<v.Iintlii:lnr������o,.AiHlil������n)aU..^w������,l������  Bllv������r,;..aiid, ������old, bciiU*. , W* ^W&  with tljoflc .of colored wqod, tlio ouJIWoJ  beliia of tho fori'iior. .lot * Ivcftdn ar<*  grvAtLVuRCtV In connection -with stool,  aiid thoy-'ftM 'chaVnilng.������- - ������������������ ; ; *  Tlio   pnttoinB.nro ,?������thor .HbW.������������4  peiiHivoly,   ombodlos   tho    now  TlW  new  y.   UI������i������v������������ auto ar������ ������imVm. .������.������.., ...  A fl������ftv������ ah������p������, with abfoluUlj flat ring  fall  i.tyln hi ovory line. The' new foa-  tiiro* hIiowii In tha gown aro tho  hwninlojitn waiiit, tlio natural wnlst  li iio.nnd tlio Hiicfgonted hobblo hkirt.  Tlio droHH in mado of whilo voilo,  with Jnrgo jiink pokiwlntH, Tho Roam-  Ic-..* ",v.*iht l,i ."Implf. t-i\-*y 1^- inflV*������,  nn<\ \n hoenming, Tho only fullnoBB  Ih bolow tho nrnm and tho littlo ������inr-  topt of tho ������l<*v������*.  por part ot tho nklrt in loopod ,'iip  ntul drnwn In to tho foundatloirlit  tho knopH. Tho broad bubIi of -uoft  Hiitin ribbon,'which niakoft tho aug-  gONtion ol hobblo nkirt, in tied about  thn top of tho flounce, and <and������ in  a ilat bow at tha back.  Tho nook in Knightly iWcullulo. miu  ia fiulfthodl with a UiifiXh  hrolilv.v   ,  brrnU   b������'ins  put  on  in   ntralght  llno������,  flVli ov^cvon rown.np.-aud'do.w.ni.tliv iu*  ilei*. > 1    ������.iY    -. i.i    ....   .., ..  .,. i.,...  I   ,      ,,1,,  Tn r<������n(h������r theno Htill more cff<rctlvf  dinnll hrllllanU nro otwailohhlly added  la Iho cmbmldory, cither at regular  Inti'i-valM or to ond a row.  On colored Bilk ������tuvkitit<������ a na&l dc^il  of gold and ������l!v<*r \pf+ U ii������Ad, put on  in rowi ot tamllo?* or In ������ ���������IujUi laur^a ko������  ,-t-Vfary ���������-.._.        .    .,,  buub is a louder.   It la-in aAclioviot-llko.  vi'^nve.   For a black suit; th������*groat������ohic  Isflo hnvo 0 white 8������tlnfold; ontho col-  'hi'i*, nml, in thiw onsci the large buttons  'in*  likely  to bo pearl.     With buoIi n  Hiilt a whito aatln Ipit, faced with,black  viilvet and trUnmoil'witH a tolliirod bovy  lii!-! black, or lilnok nnd  whito*/ will be  ytfj'y riniartV  But   suoh n plain bit of  f H^jtorlaHBin nuiBt bo    perfectly carried  piit, elso It will degbnernto into mcro  loiulnoflB or fiiBslucflB,  Indooil, tlio way  of": tho (^ood  (but inipocimloiiH)  <lro������ner  IdJjllko that of thfltninHgroflaoi', Ib luiVd.  Njit tluit all buttons, arc'showy.   Somo  ofjtlio RinnrtoBt nro of dark wood, which  lit thb groat fad, hy tlio byo.vAnd many  a'tb covered with tlio suit or dross una-  tbrjal.  yiFor suite in the cdatumo,''ila^ft;'Batln  l$:,U8od.   And ripenklng pf ������ult8,  brings  ofio to coat-longtki, Ono Pntlfl, dcftlgner  Offered (without Suc(!tfaBl"a','BlltctbaT2b-  tuiiie Hliowing a coat reaching to within  U>roo Inches of^ tlio foot of tho oklrt. It  la no longer of tho, hoot stylo to ubo  niolrn for BiiltH, thlu nintorlal bolng now  more employed  for Irlnjinlngi.    Coatu  , fijr tnllorod rlg������ hro" ������u*j ��������� from  bK to  nlovonlnolipfi hhbVo  tho  knoon, up  to  anywhere from that tb tho samo dl������-  t;rinct-i below tlio wnlnt; whatever la bo������tf  ���������i.bited to tlio figuro and the wear for  tyhlplrtlir* Billt i������ dfrBlgnW."  ���������VCuttH nro Hiiug and inuUih U10 t-olliu'  iMng.    Sailor collnra    oontlnuo  thoir  VpgmTj; for coat costuniNi and arc to be  Kcon on 1*01110 droBRCN,    Tlioy may ho  mndo of nny matoriaU or In comhlna*  tion* or trlmmod,.    Ono ahowa    throo  W<������4* of velvet ;-.i a tr!r,r,5r,**;.   $?rz?  nri* In nlnvr hrodorlo Anplalio or flna  *'���������! Abb#,'bti*^llTo^cd fel'irrfibo^^ '*���������'' *"  ;*l'*<'-'������;U'i'j!tvt'.1 'i.W, Aif-i.A. .'���������,',rr,;|.;> ,j/i������, .ii-w , ������.'  ������wopji;/rkmd* ;p������xc^anoo. bojih, tl������PU and, I.  :' 'Ere- lovo is. pOBt. forgiving,  'Sko'tftd'^&kiu*tli������*^-at^^^^^  j^J^;;.patioflt>with,\tho..Hviir^^:..������''V.'':.'^  lo-day'B reproBBod rebuke may bovo    <:,  lOur blinding tonrs to-morrow,.';.       ;'k  Thon  patience ^'on ��������� wlion ''koonoBlJi odg������  vMay yrjict a. namcleoft Borrow, v        "*  ! Y.,  'Tin onay to bo gohtlo whbn'  Death'Brailonoo shames onr '.clamor,  ,1  g  'li  :*,  .1;  Ero Ibvo i* past forgiving  To tako tho tender Icflson  home-  Bo patient with tho living.   V'  ,   .���������Boston Watchman.:;;  <��������� ..  i,.,..,.y .���������;.\,i.:;.:���������xx.   .;���������:������.f ^ ;.���������������    ���������    . ������������������     ,;J  ������������������>-'''"'".:':-''^lto:.Rhln!ifiW.lnOT*;. -'.i|! ���������  Alton's,. Pni'kbiyln tlio ahtoklng roajii  ot thbi Berlin,'���������f-ojoiccdV.hi thu faut tliiiit  1 tluVro ��������� Ta'#b\'v W'iSfia'nl!/; "Oorman*Ainoricon*i  ���������'In .thol'UniWdi'atatoa.  "^ALytbo BAino ..'timo, Uiero rim a lot "iff  thorn**' On tho boat going ovor r-jiy  neighbor In tho dining room plckod lip  a card tlio-flwtt .day, out, anil, gtnnol������g  down It, oald to iho RtowiUdj     '      !:'.  *' 'Stoward, 1 ihy^ wlfo .and I wMl hiyo ,  ra bottle of Scltzor.a half bottlo of Nlw*-  atolnor. and alfalf bottlo   of  Oppijii-  lulmor.' .-' :���������'!:���������  "*B������g pardon,' aulil Mio Btcwat'd,  'tluitlanrt'the-wlno onrd, alrj that'll tha  pn������n������nj������i>r Hr*.'"���������-W������������h|nf**;rin Stnr.  aSSdv  ���������ft  ���������',1'.  PAl  (I������uoki)  Frlend-rrSo your great Ruualan aotor  wat-a. total failure?  -Ye*. It lack t!3 rcr prcWt*'  *ftff*1M������l  to p*v for rnnnlntr     tho #]#<5trlo-llffht  alga frith kk uihm,i*f������- Vw ������.        ^ J ^     -  "f>    .  "* /������. ������  .**.  ^    c  *(<    >���������    >,������   \������Y  ->r= i h.  )  tev:  ���������������,'..  V "'   ;'    -y"-    ������*S'ixA%*&?  TKE  ORESTON,   B.C.   REVIEW  /  /^  ;*������,  " CHAPTER I.  An evening in October, one of those  chill,   dreary  evenings  to    wliich      the  Fiench philosopher declared the English  owe their proverbial spleen.  The vain came down, not in honest,  straightforward showers, but in titful  drizzles; the wind blew in spiteful gusts,  tearing the leaves from the trees outside  and sending the smoke inside in spiteful  puffs; the sort oi a night which drives  men to their clubs and women to quarreling.  lt is bad when such an evening visits  Loudon, it is worse in the country; it  made even the cheerful village of Veer-  combe' look wan and miserable���������Deer-  combe, which lies like a gem between  river and sea, and is famed for its sunny  aspect ando exhilarating air.  As everybody knows. Deercombe lies  on the Devon coast; it is one of the spots  beloved by tourists, and scarcely a year  passes but what some magazine contains  an article, full of poetx*y and illustrated  by engravings extolling the hatural beauties of the tiny village.  Until a- few years ago, quite recently,  in fact, Deercombe consisted of a tew  fishermen's cottages, clustering up the  hill fiom the sea, a church, old and ugly,  a village inn, and the ancestral home ot  the Villiara.  Tourists at that time knew it not, and  the guide books passed it silently by;  but some enthusiastic though indiscreet  newspaper man happened upon it, wrote  an article in his paper, and the deed was  done.  Bnt though many houses and villas  sptang up about the grassy slopes, not  so much harm was done.  It was too far from London for tbe  regulai speculative builders, and inosi, ot  the new residences were occupied by retired and half-pay officers, the class  which seems to have selected Devousaire  as its own peculiar property.  In the drawing-room of one of thc3e  new houses, called "The Elms,'' probably  because there wasn't an elm within a  mile, sat two young ladies. They were  the daughters of a retired colonel���������Col.  01i\ er.  Truth, .which should always pose like  an angel upon the historian's pen, compels me to say they were not young and  not very pretty, except by candle light,  and after considerable making up; indeed, at this moment they were distinctly the reverse of .the latter, for a chill  weather had- be&towed a nipped appear^  ance to their faces which not even the  flush gained hy the fierce argument  could "dispel.  The room in which they sat was furnished in the execrable style known os  modern antique; the curtains were ot  dullish gray, tha carpets to match, the  chairs were hard and uncomfortable; an  imitation Chippendale mirror stood over  a -> badly worked mantel border, which  not even a couple of framed peacock's  feathers could render aesthetic.  A dull fire burned sullenly and smoked fitfully, -and the draught that oozed  from the misfitting doors and windows  blew the thin tablecloth to and fro like  the Bails of a boat tacking across the  wind.  On the hall hung some awful oil paintings, which would have given an artist  a fit, and about half a dozsn water ������?1-  ors, the handiwork of the two young ladies, which would have finished him and  killed him outright.  On the table and scattered about on  the chairs were a motley collection of  dress materials and old frocks, and tho  two ladies each hold a pile of patterns in  their hands, examining thom frowningly.  "A pink, the proper pink, shaded with  blue, tho proper blue," Baid Julia, tho  elder, picking out the colors and putting  them together in the lamplight, "is not a  bad idea.'  -���������X���������o,"    assented     Emmelino,      the  your.gci,   "But it wants a complexion."  Julia, whoso complexion was her weak  point, and her constant anxiety, flushed  angrily,  "I was thinking of a drcaa for rayaclf,"  '  she retorted, "not for you!"  ���������������������������������������������?.Y������&y I know, dear," responded Em-  incline, y^'that--Is why I Bay tho combination wants;a complexion to carry it off."  Julia glanced vat: tho glass���������the cheap  Aglaas, 'V'witlv;,;tho.::'Btlbky,.,',.ill.madb'Y'and;  mock Queenij-Viuio franie~and reddened.  .',   A*-' any, rate,",7 eho  eaid, biting her  lip, "I hayo some color!   I am not twite  ':,-���������' yellow J"        yVy ... A',:'yVV- ���������'.���������'���������"'-' ���������.:.''' ���������     ��������� V  |'ph, no, dear, not qiiltol V Who over  aaid, quite.t    But blue and pink!    Now/  a uico violet���������'' :!'  "���������;_"- "Tlm mfugo^bf tlio dCBolatol������������ retorted  Julln, "I .���������hall oo- hi crcami It always  looltB nice and it Blmpllfloa ihattora.''  It does Indeed," rentarked Enimollno.  "If, thoro arc a, hundred imd fifty womon at thia ball, I'll bo bound tho hundred  wear cream. For heaven's imko, lot ub  show that we have originality!"  Julia flung tlio pattern on the tabic. ,  "The bCBt thlngyvwbuld be to stay  away,",Bho aaid,/going to the window  and. pooping, out ��������� -.,,'.. .:'-y*V  ���������    Enniiollno,,,livug)u5(I.   V .'.',."',  ���������/������������������st"'"1"! ari^Lsy'i '"' !"'" '������'���������'���������<  No More Sour  Catsup  PARKES'  Catsup Flavor  and Preservar  &.������L2SMM������!rtf*tt* *���������*"* o' ������Pi������������* that  fiavora^ oataun and preaarvaa it for ail  any people hav* yivan up tha  of omtaiip   beeauna  ft   *(w*ya  V*i������  *nn  ������������w ****** hi*tit -and  raaJtln*  #������*>ii������^  ������������JU  5L<^J������?.u,n|f ������������taup than you *ver made  *���������'������������"* iljwv ������n������la**t on orattina- Park^a  Ottawa .nam front   your   groe+r. ��������� tt  h*���������!jJ^"������tu,*������ w* "Oior ������*��������������� tow*"  fi***5i 'M<,nt *">��������������� *���������������������* on   r������o������int   ac  ���������..... 'w&spm, P.tpfi0p\ 'Waal., '  "How delighted papa would be! The  thought of these two drebses has made  him miserable for the last four day?.  Nobody about the place will get a civil  word for the next month, and ten to  one Jane will give notice! What" a  charming affair life is for us all I I  don't know which is worse, being the  daughter of a retired officer with a  small income and an enlarged liver, or a  retired officer with a small income, an  enlarged liver, and two daughters on  his hands, who, like the pistols in amateur theatt ico-ls, persistently decline to  go off!"  Julian jerked the 'curtains as close  as imitation tapestry, at twenty-nine  and six, could be expected to go across  a window twice too large for them, and  began to eolleet the litter.  "Better tidy the room up," she said,  complainingly. "He will be here directly and there will"be a scene! I wonder  where Joan is. Sho might-do this."  Emmeline shrugged her shoulders.  "1 don't know where she is; wander-  ins about the hut=t on the beach, I  shouldn't wonder. She generally is at  thi? time of the evening."  "Tn weather like this!" remarked  Julia,   contemptuously.  "The weather makes no difference to  her. I believe she rather prefers wind  and rain. She is always out of the  way when she is wanted*. Now, if she  were here we might ask her; Joan has  some sort of taste."'  "The taste of a savage!" sneered Miss  Oliver.  Emmeline yawned and drummed on  the table.  "I don't know," she said, slowly and  reluctantly; "she always manages to  look nice, though how she does it���������"  and she stopped short and shrugged her  shoulders.  Emmeline yawned again and then  laughed.  "Joan doesn't eost him much, Jue!  She saves him the price of a servant,  and gives him the opportunity to figure  as a benovolent guardian. I don't suppose he spends upon her more than the  hundred a year she has got! All the  same, I wish her father had been considerate enough to make her somebody  else's ward! Three unmarried girls are  two too many for one house."  Julia reddened angrily���������her younger  sister could always succeed in "hoisting  her flag," as Emmeline called it���������and,  snatching up a bundle, was starting,  with offended dignity, to the door, when1  it opened almost upoh her nose, and a  young girl entered.  _ She had come from the darkness outside, and stopped for a moment to shield  her eyes from the light; and as she  stood, straight-, as an arrow, with her  small, shapely hand before her face, she  looked like a vision of youth and graee,  dismayed, by the ugliness of her surroundings.  Standing there, she presented a contrast to the other two girls which was  marked and conspicuous.  The two Misses Olivers were thin ard  ���������'padded," with caiefully made-up faces  and artfully arranged > hair; their"  clothes, tf the aesthetic style, fitted  them to perfection, and yet lacked that  nameless grace which is all important.  The girl who faced them was slightly  built, but Hfch.^ and graceful as a young  savage, with the undulating lines which  promised even greater things when girlhood should ripen into womanhood.  Her face was a perfect oval, with the  clear complexion of a .true brunette.  She was drc&sed in a plain brown merino, which had by long service- gro(wn bo  familiar with her figure as to cling to  it lovingly; as her" only protection  against the- chill October evening, eho  had thrown on a rough cloak with a  hood, which she had turned arelessly  over her head, and which served as au  outer frame for the beautiful fae������ framed inwardly by the mass of dark golden-  brown hair.  Her eyes wore a clear gray, soft yet  brilliant with light, aud emphasized  brown of dark brown which lent a seri-  oua expression to the lovely oyea beneath.  Tho two girls looked at her with that  half-concealed expression of envy with  which .plou; ;ili-naturcd. womon������������������<��������� regard  tho woU-favorbd of thoir box.''- V *,,  .���������',Wher*V--ba--^'barth-',:.-havb.'..'-youi.' been,  Joan?" demanded Julia, querulously;  "wo havo bcbn.V^wiltlnjg'Aibr ybu thia  half hour and moro I"  "IP" eaid Joan, and horAvoolo chimed  in upon the hard, uiiaympathotl������ tone of  Miss OUvorJiko aVBtr^iin of triuaio after  a -discord; "I havo been on tho cliff a,"  ,"0n tli& oliffa, on a night liko thiB,  dark a������ pitch, and raining! No ono but  a lunatic or yourself yould bo capablo  of Btwh folly I What on ohrth amusement,  you can find in it puz/loa mo l"  "Arauwnont 1" echoed Joan, with hot  llpn half apart, and hor eyes fixed  dreamily on tho ugly, ungainly lamp.  "No, thoTo is not muoh ainuBomont, but  thoro isn't much anywhere." <.  *;> "A vory graoioim spooohl" anappod  Julia. AfAt any rate, I oh^tild think  pur'; society, contemptuously ' aa you rbr  gard it, imiet bo bettor than your own/  ttlonb on the Coombe oliffa." , j  ���������*I IicmI no idea ibVwa* ao late," a������ld  Joan, qwidfcly/ "or that you wanted mo;  and tho night Ia not ao bud���������-there ia A  beautiful a������a " '   ���������-,  Emmcltn* ahnddured.  ������'Oh, tlaasft,. don't. A boautlful sea  on a nlylib liko thUl-I am quite miner-  ablo enough without bolng ro adored  wrbtchod by tho thought of tho iioa.  Tako  BOine of those things up, will you;  Eapa will l>������ in dlroatly,, and tWy wuat  a got out ot tho way before,ho com������������,"  Joan went down on hbr kn������4������ and ha-  ,gan to #i*.tlior up tlm atuffa hnd old  frock* in wUeuco for ������ ntoment; theii alio  aaid, snrprlied, hilt nbnohtly, ���������������' if  lier tlioughtB woro olnowhoro s   ���������  "Aro you having Borao now dreasonP  Whoro are you goingp" ..  Julia uttered an oxolamatlon of irrU  **3mt liaton to lior, Km; wouldn't any  .    ..j .i.i i put ui'oppM fromtli������  .������-l hniln't hoard a word of tha  ball/'  , V*'6������:,.tho ball! Yw,.t wwewber," ������������f4  ���������Ciwni.'.^  VTou know  Liu  SHE'S   CHAMPION  WOMAN  FLIER.  This is Mile. Detrieux, the French woman who made a fine flight  from Blankenbargh to Bruges and b ack with a passenger. She flew higher  and   longer than  any  other air worn <tn,   thus   establishing  a  new   record,.  Joan, as quietly as before "And which  have you chosen?" aad very girllike, she picked up tho patterns and  turned them over.  "Nono," snapped Julia, shortly. "-'"JVo  can't decide. Perhaps you'd better "iv*  ns yonr opinion," she added with affected indifference.  Joan took up ope piece of mat-e-iai  after another, slowly and with the rapt  dreamy expression habitual with -her,  and presently threw a red and gray  nun's veiling over her shoulders. '  "Is that pretty?" she said, turning  to them. >'���������>���������  It was pretty, decidedly pretty, in juxtaposition with her clear skin and lovely hair, bnt the two girls thought of  their own complexions and faded hair,  and colored angrily.  "It** mijht become a savage," said  Julia, coldly. "It certainly would not  suit a civilized being. For Heaven's  sake take it off!"  Joan put the cloths aside, composedly,  and turning to the remaining ones,  picked out several others and draped  them  across Julia's shoulders.  "Look in the glass," sne said, "and  tell me which you like. See now, that is  a beautiful mixture. That suits you.  Why not hare that?"  "It is not bad^" admitted Julia,  grudgingly.  "Joan Ins more taste than the both of  us put together," said Emmeline, but so  coldly that the speech was robbed of  all grace.  "Oh, no! But when one look3 at a  number of colors one gets confused," remarked Joan, quickly.  "Better choose one for me," said Emmeline, "and let it be as much unlike  Julia's as possible. If there is anything  I abomir-ate? it ia being dressed to match  some other person."        ' i  "Yes! If I had a sister���������" began  Joan. v  "You would think aa I do!" interrupt-  f  to the expense of going?  there for the last five years, with no  other result than to remind people  you're five years older. I'm sick of the  word 'ball,' and I suppose I shall hear of  nothing else for the next week!"  "Perhaps we'd better not go," said  Julia, with a sigh, but watching him  closely.  "Of course!" he exclaimed. "That's.  \he way! Fly at my face at once. Go! j  Of course you'll go. I hope I know my  position -well enough to be aware that  I must make some sacrifice to maintain  it. Besides���������" he broke off, and looked  down at the hearthrug���������a cheap imitation of a Turkey.  ,'   '/Well,   papa?"  demanded    Emmeline,  watchfully.  V'Have any of y.ou been out this evening?" he demanded.  "No, only Joan."    *   '  "Oh!  Joai.{" he said.    "And did she  tell you the news?",  "News?   What news!    Joan tell us!"  ' ���������! : >- itie*cpectedly.-  ^i .n\ Kul of Arrow-  uc.d died ]jl.I>. v\..������. v'iljio i* his  heir. The o.d v*ir! d. .1 w.;-.., ml oouple  ol ;i.>:i'jioj3."  The Uvo g'.i'.-j gisppt**..  "Lord Vidian gPf, niie and money,  but takes the lattei and ir< p.- the f-Jim-  ci; his own is ,>o much oldi'i." He is yom-  iivj luinj, s,o  ^arntJi'd a<iy>, to  i.iiny."  Emmeline leant bad; ic "her chair, anil,  ci.isping her hands in her jap, slaied  thoughtfully belore her.  "lo ::.jii-iy aad sou!.* down!" ana the  colonel  uaiiie.:.  Tn-r: ivj���������, .silence f >.��������� a. moment, then  Julia  said, v.uiiout lookiinj up? fl  -Is���������i������ all thi'y say tint* about him.  papa?"  "Ii'UL:*"yreiL>rted i'l-* colorel. ''Who  knows, and who cum���������that fc, now?  lt was all very well whi! ��������� ae was a i-cnni-  h-*Sd peer, too poor t-> live in hJg own  hoi:.,e, and obliged to pmwl about the  continent; hut now he's worth a couple  of millions, 1 don't etpect you'll find a  soul to believe he was ynyi-hliig but an  angel. Besidrs, what <loi*s*i{- iiuLttci? he  i& coming home to bctilo do������vn, 1 tell  you!"  ^ "You know h-hn, papt?" said Emmelino, her eyes sparkling, ho: pa!e face lit  up with a toi'oa of ejJor that made her  luok almost bandaome.  The colonel nodded.  "Yes, same legiment. Oh, yes. we  s.hall be gi-eai, fnends." Ki- looked round  the room. "Julia, you'd better get a  new carpet���������and for Heawm'a sake get  something more ehejiful thin this mis-  cranio thing. If ever there was a beastly  l.ir>hion, this aesthetic one is the beastlf-  cst. It's enough to mike one sick���������i>he  dirty yellows and sag.������y greens and���������see  here "    He  pulled a  pme.*  from his  pocket and took out a couple of five-  pound notes. '-Take the>,e���������I've been  lucky at the club lately���������and get something for yourselves."  Tho girls seized the notes with scarcely concealed eagerness.  "Oh, thank*! It is jiut in time, papa;  lyiadby's asked for their bill quite  pointedly when they sent the patterns;  how lucky you were!''  "Y���������es," eaid the coionei. "Y���������es,  very lucky. Er, by the way, you had  better get a new dres* or something for  ���������loan."  "Oh,, Joan," said Julia, carelessly.  "That does not matter; she can wait.  I was noticing only to-night how well  that merino looked. There is nothing  like merino to wear."  Emmeiine "laughed coldly.  Yes, Joan ought to write a testimon  '   ^-ViS.i  -    w '   I  -AA>  vi y m  ir>l  IUID I KATE   i  CURED OF       ���������������������������  ial to the manufacturprs; she's had that  dress in nearly constant wear for two  years "  "And so another month or two won't  matter," broke in Julia. "If ehe were  not so ridiculously proud, she might  fiave one of mine to turn."  "Oh, don't worry her," said the colonel;   "Joan   doesn't care  about   dress,  and���������ahem ."  (To Be Continued.) i'  Ono of tha latest prominent 'gentlemen to  apeak  highly  la. Zam  Buk*s ievotsr is Ms- Ci S������ "SasSs*���������  of WestoaT Kinfi'sT Col. N.S.   Mr. 3  Sanford 2a a Justice o2 the Peace 8  foe ihe GotsaSy, aad & aeaabe? z>i the ���������  Board cf  School  Commissiftnera. W  Ho is also Deacon of the Baptist Ohurch  in Berwick.   Indeed it would be difficult  to find a man more widely known nnd  more highly respected.      Mere ia   his  opinion o.. 2������m-Bu&*    u$ says ������-���������  I never nued anything that  <; ich satisfaction as Zam-Bnlc  ve me  hod a  beon thjro for over 30 years. 8omatimes  also the disease wonld oreok ont on mr  shonldera. I had applied var one ointments aad tried aU sorts ef things to  obtain a c������r������, bat in vain. JSam-Bnfc, unlike everything else I bad tried, proved  highly satisfactory and cured the ailment.  **I havo also used Zam-Buk tor Itching  piles, and It has oared them completely  also. X take comfort In helping my brother  men, and If the publication of my -opinion  c* tho healing Talus cf Z.iia-Bnk will Je������4  othor sufferers to try it* X should be gl&d. I  Vor tbe relief of suffering caused by Piles or I  Skin Diseases I know of notblnKtoeaual  Zam-Buk." I  Zem-BuSc cores uioew, stxessses, blood-poison,  rinir-worm.  fsctsring or running sorei, bad leg, j  vaneooe ulcer"      "*   "  -- - -   s  rs, salt rheum, prslris itcb. cat*.  Duma, orui^es. baby's aorta, stc Purely herbal,  60s box, dnlfststs and stores. RefusstadUUojSS.  VI  II  \i  sUhiiohk Uure  quickly stops contfhs,   cures colds* heels  I the throat end tangs.      ���������   ������   ��������� ���������  23 cents.  and    Julia    laughed      contemptuously,  "She'!| the last person to hear any, un- t  less the "i1!!-* screamed. it into h**1* ^n-^-s i ���������������������-������.������^-.   She never goes anywhere but the beach   F-NCLIBH WD3VIEN J3R SPOSTS,  or  the cliffs.    She   has  been thero  tl-  .   night."  "She'll fall over and kill herself one of  thesf fine times," remarked the colonel,  complacently. "Oh, slie didn't tell you,  eh? Hem!" and he ;paused and'looked  out of his small eyei at wrch of the two  girls. The-i he smiled, and added, abrupt  ly. "Stuart Villiars ia "coming to the  Wold." ,     y  The two girls stared open-mouthed for  a moment, then both exclaimed:  "Lord VilliaVHf"    ' iy     -  The colonel lit n cigar and regnrded  Ihem from under his lowered lids with  the shadoww of a smile he wore out of  doors.  ''Yts. I heard tho now* rrom Oarn-  ford, at the club; it is scarcely known  BACKACHE  od   Emmeline.     "Never  mind   nil   that,   yet,   Carnford heard it by accident.   He  please!    What about the greeny bluo?"   aivivco  to-morrow."  Silently and slowly,Joan tried several       "To-morrow!" breathed  Emmeline   in  colors, and nt last put her hand on a   an awe-struck whUper  faint pink. The colonel nodded,  ���������'I like none so well us this," sho anfd.  "Well, perhaps I'll choose it," responded Emmeline. ungraciously, "and now,  for goodness* sake, help mo take them  out of the way before papa coniOR in.  Nothing upsets* him move than aeelng  vthingB of this-kind,about; they remind  him too, forcibly tof our -existence.", ,    .  Ab ahe spoke tho'hjill door was hoard>  to open, a man .was heard to stumble,  over, the mat, and a voico camo from  the .hall littering maledictions.     ��������� 'V ,y  "There ho ia]'' isxclatmcd Julia. >"Be  quick, Joan, or thcro will he no peace  for the romalndcr of the evening."   V  Joan slipped Vthrmigh the doorway  with her lond, nml the next moment Colonel Oliver entered, ', X  X,  At first sight the gallant colonel might  have been taken for the girls' brother instead of their parent, oo carefully waa  ho preserved and artistically made up.  It wna not mitll you were quite close  to hhn, no ho stand in a Btnmg light,  which he never did if ho could avoid it,  that you Baw that tho glossy Wnokno������n  of hia linli* and mouatncho wns duo to,  the dyer'a avti and that the tliln, clean-  cut face was hill of crowaVfcot and wrm-  klca, carefully amoothed out by a aot,  galvanized omilc. V,  Thn figure too, might have beon taken  for that of a young mnn, unions tho coh  onol Bhould bo compelled to fltoap.when  tlm fact of Ida wearing ataya .mndo It-  ���������ttelf quite palpnWo. -.'."yyx'.yi  For tlio rcat, lie waa��������� carefully: flr������������������������Av.  In a lounge ault, which would have ne-  oomo a hoy, of ono-nnd'twenty* wore  patent leather hobta that pinched Wa  reall^injnll feefc, ami glovci, wIiobo alxe  ~-������ov������na���������waa a never falling aonr.ce,of  aatiafactlnn to hiui. ,  , Tt should .'he mentioned that the awula  wu* put on with hat and glov������a fo.r out*,  or-door use, and that ho took It off, ������a  It,, wore, with them wlion ho entered hla  own houao.    ���������������������������"'.  ���������'������������������What, the denco that fool-of a Riri  leavoa that mat turned up for I can't  Imagine, unli*������B ah* wnntfi to hreek my  nock!" was Mb amiable Habitation. "I  wlah ������ne of yoiv would Ml over It, then  aomo notice would be tek������*n of it. fVliat  nn earth la all this mesa about? Whntfa  tho meaning of all these drtssea?" he  Inquired. ,    .  .  "Tho hell, pnpm,'������ enlil Julia, \n a low  voice.       '  uCth, .thai confmunliMl WM T^Ut ft^  earthV thi? u������<* of **������������ two puttln*** mo  To Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  yiiRoqkland, Maino.~������l Was troubled  for a long timo with painu in my back  nnd Bide, and was mlaorable in every  WW I doctored  until I was discouraged, and  thought I Bhould  novor; get woll. I  jH road a, testimonial  ) S^������?t Lydia B.  Plnkhatn'B Vegota-  bio Compound, and  thoualit.I would  try-..ft,���������!;.After tak-  m thtob bottles I  yas v 4jurod, and  m ,. ,.. , never folt bo well  In all my llfo. I recommend Lydia E.  Pinkham's .Vegetable^ Compound to all  my'friends."-Mrs. Wittayouno, 0  Columbia Avonuo, Rockland, Mo.  jlackflcbo is a symptom or female  weaknesfl or, doranHOineiit. If you  bavo backache, don't neglect it. To  got permanent relief you must reach  tho root of tbo troubfe.y Nothlnjf wo  Know of will do this so safely and suroly  as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Conf.  pound. Curo tho causo of those dis.  pressing aches and pains and you will  become well and strong.  The groat volume of nneoljolted  testimony constantly noutlnff in proves  conclusively that Lydia B. Plntfhiim������������  Vegetable Compound, mode from roota  ami herbs, has restored health to thou-  fiands of women.  ��������� Mrs. J*lnltl;nm, of Lynn, Maia*  bivltps ull slok women to wrlto  lior for ndvico,   Slio. lias culdcd  ciuunra.  They Aro More Than  Ever Sntsrested  In Outdoor Pastimes of All Kinds.  The Englishwoman is becoming more  of a spcitswoman than ever. T'ais season she is flaying more golf, she is going  in more extensively for automobilmg  and aviation; and ^she has taken up  shooting with increas.\l enthusiasm.  The bdle of automobile outfit* for \vo-  mca h'a3 been larger than *>vor before,  and it is; noticeable that  puji-iS dri'to their owii cais  need tho ass'stancs cf men in making  their purdiasea. They know exactly  what is required and demand it for  themselves.  Golf is fir more of a cnuc than in  previous sca-jona, and it ia played with a  businesslike attonlion to tbo game that  iu.comitates the leuat fashionable und  most serviceable outfit. Women play at  nu������n's clubs whenever they aro allowed,  and when ut a popular resort they find  thoy arc bin rod from the links, they  speedily form clubs 0f Mieir own.  Fivo years ago there wus practically  no demund for guna for women. Now  the manufacture of a lighter gun for  womon inarkainon h an industry in It-  toft, while even glrj8 of 13 and 14 are  learning' to shoot straight with guns  apcoially made foi'V^icni.:.:'..-";-:  Cycling is about the only, sport, whieli  ifiloRfl popular, and that "is,.1,largely due  to the fact thut tho .nutoinohfleV.lm'a  mado tho roads diuigoroua and unpkaa'  nnd to *tl������o cycllsbAon accoiint of the  clouds ������f dust In tha wake of an automobile.  v- It Iuih tuken a very long timo to inter-  est Englishwomen In swimiiiilng. Many  uiemhere of the London Bath Club are  adepts ������t this exornUo, but it ha-i beon  exceptional to flmln woman swinunor  ���������������t Beiifllde resorts. This yciar, however,  teachers nro busy everywhere, hnd their  ���������pupils range from very young girl* to  elderly women, all anxious to nwetor the  , nrt������ of aw'lnmiing end dMng.  .,,.. ��������� ��������� ......u^,������<>,.,.,.,...i, ���������  Tho   Retort   Courteoua,  While a hltterlv waged war waa In  progress in Washington among the women of ii \v������ill known organization, In.  which thero Wero two militant eomna,  many cruel, lilting thlnga woro said hy  ono of the other. A gracious matron,  noted for lior c6ii������unimnto tact and tho  fiklll In which ahe luincllcd difficult ������lt-  u'iitionn, easnywl tho part of peacemaker,  with the remiU that, being a person of  nie* dlarcrnmonti ahe nt on<*o ebandoinid  the plan.  She railed on Mm. Krown, who wai  .Jim eauilMnle noelnat Mra, Jnnen. Mr<������.  TJrown complained hKterly that her op.  pnnent had wilfully niiarcpreaonted facta  and .showed c*rtaln Infcnnltioi* of tasto  end temper, for which them could ho no  excuse,  "Well" ������ald the ftmbnsiuiflrftM, who  won friendly with both leader*, "you  uliniild not, let tlm pnnMinn at [inlltirs  narrow yoiir horlcou, my dear. You  nhoiiM bf hroml viwioiiml <M������mijrh in mhiV<>  renaonahle nllowunees fnr what yon eon.  alder unlovely hnr*hni������n. Yimi fail to  i-enson that Mra. .ToncV ngo mny hn tell-  IntJf on her,"  "What .In/rmtltuilel" cjncnlatril Mra.  Tlrftwn. Ami the tnetful woman knew  that her tnUslon wim futile.  THE SUNDAY SCHOOL AND  THE  MOVING PICTURES.,  (Peterboro Review.)  To-morrow little Willie and Mary will' '  go to Sunday School. Mother, will brush  her hair and put on her. best ^.Sunday   <.  dress. Willie will be told to keep clean  '        - * i ^   .     ��������� ��������� v  and go straight to school and not    Ato   ���������  stay away from home too long after- .  wards. He grows, with his growing *ha .  knowa that the world is large and Sun-'  d?.>r schorv see^ift feiralip-r and hjsis^ in--  Vifclng. tte dos not "^ant xo go." Soj^g^-  times moral suasion or the slat across  the rear is necessary to show liim that"'  Sunday School is the place foe all ladi>  on Sunday afternoon. Mary, little jewel,'  goes willingly with her Bible under her "  arm. Willie will put 'hisjin his pocket.J  Now a Detroit Sunday school has jump--/-,?'  ed into the gap and is teaching the Bible'' ' >V  by the aid of the moving 'picture.* Don't y|,  be shoeked, ���������'Early Christians" was'the '/I  title of a lecture' by Herbert Booth,1 giv-  ������vor before, o^ in Peterborough a few- weeks ���������> ^ago^" ,j"j  ;uos.t ^f tyhe* aided 1>V moving pictures. .No, .m.orc'St -y>  i and do not Detroit will WilTie havo to be perauad-A f:  ed to go to Sunday soliooti jjb will'be"  there rain or shine. Tho problem"' has''  been solved. Make tha lesson InterestfifS'>  and tho question of holding the, Sunday .  school scholar' will be, settled in .an in- *  stant. l'  ���������������������������������.  ;iy  i-lO.  AH ORGAN FOR 25 CENTS  A  WEEK '  Wo have on hand thirty-fire organs,  taken in exchango on Heintzman & Uo.  pianos, whioh wo must soil regardloas of  Idas, to make room in our atore.i Every  Insirumout has  eeon  thoroughly} qver-  hauled, and is guaranteed for five years,  and full amount wjll he allowed o*i ox*  change.   The prioes run from'$10' to $55,  for auoh well-known, makoa n������ Thowna,  dominion, Karn, TJxbrtdgo, Qoilerloh.ahi  Bell. Thia la your chaneo to save money.  : .A  A pbat ciird will bring' full partleiilurB.���������  HoinfEman tt, !Co.V 71 iang e*^t :������aati'��������� *  Hamilton.  ���������-,":,'.'.'-.'���������.  y-yxXXyx yxxX'yyyy  ���������y ..  ::���������*+''' Ax.<a.yxxXx  w'i'M  Ail  m  "THEN  IT-'HAPPEN ED1*'.:  >CJwin  Ay I  (Our  Dally  Discontinued  Stor>S> 'i','  The  moving- ynn  was  noarly  fuli^"  nnd tho lmBkyv, moyoninn wns^ptr-^!.  ploxed.   He nau"s������^  glaas mirror in ihis nrnis, considering v'i|  whoro to put It. '.- , ��������� ,*.,;,c:;;V'i,.i,|  Ineldentnlly  ho  won holding    the  mirror up to nature In th������ form; ol;!,|  O'Mnra's goat...   ..    . a. ���������.;^-,/.,l:.\V,;'Wi  Hut tlio coat did not pnusetta eon*A*  *U\ti\c,     ��������� ��������� ,   ' :.;"."  (T)ie   End). V,  th* UtfoM and  ,[ :: I-; ,, ���������yxyy'-y���������i.'vy-tXx.:-yyW\  -YXyXX :yyx.yy,xy:Xyyy,X  :X>m\  ���������''..',������.   UX.!\KXk*tX  K:':.'������>'���������������..i-W. M\i%i������i't^ui.i.iiXYMMrjiii^is\  Mi^MiMih^MnMn .i iniiiifciniiMiyM.il l^���������.^..:m.,;1^^m^...Li.V,| I ������111  s?$&gffii'p������Ssj^  ^S^pY'K^pKt-  t mre&ESTO ��������� ��������� *'*:' VIE w  ���������liw^wn*  ���������w*i������������^yji���������������.  THE CANADIAN  BANK  OF  COMMERCE a    \  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D..D.C.L;,  President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  frAID-UP CAPITAL. $10.000.000     RESERVE FUND, $6,000,000  ' ~* BANK MONEY OM>ERS  are safe* cheap and convenient They are payable free of charge  at ai! banks in Canada (except in the Yukon District).  The Money Ordere issued by this Bank are also payable free of  charge in the principal cities of the United States, and at the  "���������  rate of $4.90 to the ������ steriing in Great Britain and Ireland- ���������  They can be obtained at any office of the Bank on appScafion.  FSSiU? B. ffOWLSB, MANAGEROBESTON BRANOH  CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,  Eronchitis, Croup. Coughs and Colds, or  money baclu    ������w ���������>-������* vs*M*nA*A3* ������.  A )������v       r^l vun**'ijrl *   .    am \m*. *^���������������������.p*ir  Starke^ 61 do.  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,    Fruit  ������eaaral CoramUwiiou Moroheum  NELSON  B.C.  TH  MR. RANCHER,  E GLAD HAND  IS HELD OUT TO YOU AT ALL TIMES  Come in and Talk about Harness or  implements  i        ������k   aW* \f   aH  aW ' ^    HAKIN  v^r\rv v l^iv o    imp  MX.<j)&  M^  IMPLEMENT   STQRE  . ���������z/&mm0i*mm**i0imt*vv������'**>**0w*>**fV*iT-**iji*v. -.riooa :������������sc  PabUakeA ���������very   Friday at Creston, British Columbia, hy the Orestoa Pub-  sSkJs-**' Qs., s.% shsir eSes, Flset Slra������fc, Osessee.  J. K. Jobxsoit   ���������   Manager.  Ralph G. Scao-rox  Editor.  S^hsoripfon, $2 00 a year, in ;adv&h������?������.  S)-Bay Notioeu, ������5'; 60, $7.50; 90, $10  ������������������ ������*evt*w is ihe aoknowledgodadvertising medium of the Crestou valley, eir-  avlating in orer ouo thousand homosthroughout the Creston district. Oar  raitunn* are open to correspondents on live questions bf local interest. Coo-  trftbsftinas most be brief, written on one aide of the paper only and signed, not  B������o������K������rily for pnblkafeiou, but as svidenoo of good faith. Wa invto support  ia war cr*ad*Mvoara to increase the uaefalnesfl of the Review by bringing in your  xdvafrtisera^nts. subscriptions and news. Complaints from ;sub������oribers as to  nea-r������eaipt of psper will be promptly attended to.A Address all ooniuiunusa-  "      tofte������ditor.  v^^n^^*^V*^^*#a'r^^^^ %  e  ���������4  M  A avavA ������ak, a  bHnSlHIttS UUUiiS  '-""'wiffiSl  I  To-nigH's the Night  To-day, Friday, Nov. ISth, the local  Council of the Canadian Order of Chosen Friends are holding their second  annual Dance in the Mercantile Hall.  This donee will be one of the social  eveats of ths season. By special arrangement the famous Wilkinson's orchestra, of Nelson, will provide the  music, and the organizers have spared  r-     ,   ������������������-:���������������������������.      r, ������������������'���������*���������>' A''i**X.   i no tronble or expense to make this dance  Lectures to Farmers :iH*ft������rfe������awiflW.^tt-^.^^ ^ pub.  lie'will show they appreciate thes9 eff-  Opening of Erickson School  To commemorate the opening of the  new ScheoLhouse at Erickson, a grand  concert toAbe followed by a dance will  he ield next Friday, Nov. 25, at 8 p.m.  The admission will be 50?. No efforts  ���������wiil be spared '. to make a great success  of this auspicious event, to which aU  are cordially invited.  We are opening up every day a new and beautiful  stock of Christmas Goods. Following is a partial list  Beautiful China,   Cut Glass articles,  Burnished Brass Articles, Candle  Sticks, Cigar Stands, etc,, Toilet  Cases in Plush and Leather,   .  Leather bound Books, Toys,  Leather Goods, Perfumes,  Atomisers, Candle  Shades,     Children's  Books, etc, etc.  By paying a deposit you can secure any article whioh you wonld  like put away until Christmas  V^V3 WJXXL  X10I6i  X33Z3SES9-������BnsB  The Provincial Government has made  iT������cial arrangements  for  a  series  of orte b-v a record attendance.  beauty   and bravery of  Creston  will  leetures before Farcer's Institute?, and  Messrs. BC. S. Middleton and L. Harris  ���������will   deliver   the first  of these to the  membera of the Creston Farmers' Insti-      Cra6 SweatersY A fall line of Men's  va.%* in the.old Schoolhouse on Monday,  and Boy's Coat Sweaters at the Creston  gather in the Mercantile Hall Friday  night. .-A;.,  Nov. 21se, at 8 p.m. Subjects: Fruit  Growing and Bee Culture. These experts will also lecture at Erickson en  Tuesday, Nov. 22.  All the  EARLY SHOPPING Gives You BEST CHOICE  ? Creston Drug &tSook Co,  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  "  Our   Guests  Call  c&gain  "V /OU will make n������ mistake  | when y������% get off the traia  if y������u -sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelliag  men -mil substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Rooms reserved  by Telegraph.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  Card of Thanks  Mr. aud Mrs L. C. Payette wish t*t  thiink their friends in Creston and district for the many tokens and expressions nf good wishes for their future  happiness on the occasion of their wedding.    '"' ���������".     .    "��������� :���������  A full stock of Rubbers for Men,  "Woman find Children. Also a full line  nt warm Footwear of all kinds at the  CreBton Mercantile Co.  Mr. CO Rodgers left on Monday for  Spokane to tako in the International  -applo Bhow. He will have charge of the  Orostou exhibit and ���������will be absent abont  n week.  On tho front page of this issue will  1*0 fonnd a display ad. of Mr T. J.  Crawford, who is having a vloBing out  Sale. Call and inspect his stock of  goods for yourself.  The Xiriae. trade this season from  present oppiarances, will exceed nil  previous records ; the town is full of  jionplo not a vacant dwelling to be  found. Bneinesa in till lineB is brisk  nnd a busy holiday time is (insured.  Merchant**! ci>d others requiring extra  npaoa for pdvortining purposes should  wpenk early for tho space they need iu  iho rbvibw, an from present appenraoces  our oolmnus will be taxed to tho utniOht  io accommodato all  Flannelette, one yard wide, \2}������ cents.  CCS.  Linolanm. 6 feet wide, 50 centa sq-oaro  yard,���������CCS.  There will be a meeting in the Prooby-  -l-mrlftn Chnroh nt 8p.m. ou Tnesday  22ml November, at whioh Oapt. Logan,  nnd Rev. O. A. Wilaon, Supt. of Homo  Mioaiona for tbe Province, will dolivor  nddrceaea,   All are invitod.  The '��������� iH-nutifoV in al! itB pristine  glow, baa arrived. Hugh McOrcnth haa  ������������nce again the honor of having tho Amt  i-lfllgh ont on onr utrccto.  Mercantile store.  Mr P. Hubbard, with Mrs. Kuubni'u,  and child, is psiyinga visit tohismother,  Mrs. P. Murphy, of the Murphy rooming house. Mr. Hubbard is in the transfer business at Spokan^, Wash.  Anew stock of Tinware jusc arrived  at the new Hardware Store of Ed. F.  Johnson.   Call and inspect for yourself  We are glad to see Mr. Okell around  again bnt hope ere many days he will  be able to throw away his crutches.  A big bhipment of beautiful China ip  on view at the Creston Drug & Book  Co.'s store. Come in'and see it. The  prices are reasonable.  Mr. R. A. Rose of Sarnia is paying  his first viBit to Creaton this week, being  the guest of his brother Mr. F. J. Rose  Dinner Set, 112 pieoes, $7.75.���������C.C S.  Mr. J. Flomiug, proprietor of the  American hotel at Medicine Hat, nnd  Mr. Goo. Pringer of the same place, arrived in Creston last Buuday and returned East on Monday. Mr. Priugor owns  160 acres of land near Creston.  For Rent.���������100 ncros of lnnd suitable  for Dairy. Poultry and Hog Farming,  situated within l>������ miles of five large  mines. House, Bam, oto, Ensy terms  Apply C. P. Hill, flillorost MincB, Al.  berta. lC-tf  Owing to pressure on our npneo wo  are holding over a letter from Mr. Edmondson, until our noxt issue.  Do not forgot tho bnznnrin tho Auditorium Hail on Thursday 1st December  in aid of tho Church of England.  Mr. Wiuslow, Government Hortionl*:  tnrist, was in town Saturday nnd left  again ou Snudoy. Ho wan making a  tour in oonneetion with tho location of  expBrin.LiiUl orchards.  Large or Small Orders  mWmMmm^cmam  rders      1  for  our pare wines  with equal promptness,   it you  need to replenish your wine closet or buffet, you should fill it  with none other than -  are filled    B  ss.   If you    S  I  r   Z2   ������������������������������_.  /* ������mt+ JLV/Luran  JTTOp,  Our Mellow Wines  ���������''on v?ill find onr brp.ndf* well  aged and simply delicious in flavor and purity.    Try them.  eoM������,<.i.Tr- ���������  '34 913 j  n.racfnn Wine & Snirif On  S. POOLE  Prop.  A. MIRABELLI  THE    CRESTON   SHOEMAKER  Best Workmanship  Boots and Shoes rasade to Order  A Speciality.  ���������**^n*^*m*0*  ������ ��������������������������������������������� *������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������-a>������^������*������*������������  t   SCHOOL   PRINCIPAL   WINS  | CHALLENGE CUP  ������ J*. E. King, principal of the  public sch ool at Eriokson has been  officially daclared the winner of  tbe Dominion grand challenge  oup awarded to the champion shot  of each of the Dominion civilian  rifle associations. Mr. King's score  was 90, 72, 82 and 72, his shooting being done on four separate  days, -ihe challenge onp award- S  edto Mr. King is a beautifully %  designed silver cup, engraved ���������  with the owners's name. Oapt, ���������  A. iS. FitzGerald won this oup %  last year. **  ���������>������*������4>������������������������������������������#������������4** ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ?  8old by the Creaton Drug  ^_���������  aud HooitOu,, ���������r*������U>u       '*������"  i ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<< ������������������������������������������������������������������������ <  L .   H A B E L  O^NTllAaTOR'ANirBUILDIOB  Carpenter Work dono by #  o������������tr������at or day labor ... ���������  First-chum work and aatlBfaetio*!  Qnarriuteed  # P.O. Adilroun     -   -    ORESTON  ���������������������������*+���������������#���������������- ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ #  Fou 0Ai.n. -Lots 0, 7, p, i> and 10, Block  il, Dow'h Addition. Solid olfor to owner, MrM. W. Wil������on, fiftl Fifth Stroot  Brandon, Mnn'.toba.  Ml'buj.���������MIkb Johnson in praparod to  tako n limited numbor of pnpila for  tuition in miiRh. For torniri apply to  3, IC. Jolinaon, rnalilenoo on Viotoria  Avauue  NOW  Is the Time t������ Renew  CRANBROOK - B.C.  Tho  Funeral Director  wr.u.-aiffiw'uaPBaaa'  IliiSuil  meais  Your  Subscription to  The  Turbans, Hats and Bonnets in tho  Latest Styles.   Fanoy Mounts  Plume utnd Flowers iu  all tho now Winter  Shadow  Children's*, woo! and bearskin hnnrH.  jaoketP, mlttB, gloves, overalls, eto.  in groat variety.  MRS. M. YOUNG  Millinery and Fancy Store  Fourth Stroot, Creaton, B.C.  ^**fCo>������n*i������ n������rq  If You Like to Drive  yon can indulge yourself by encaging a  team from this livery stable for as long  nnd as short a time as you deBiro.  This Livery Stable  is also prepared to senc a carriage to  moot trains, to take you shopping or culling, or to convey you to auy Juno weddings you wish to attend.  Cameron, Bros,  CRESTON ilVERY  M.    I  We ore now handling  All LOCAL KILLED MEATS  F^f* BEEF  PORK  VEAL   ittd  BUTTON  Fresh Fish, Halibut  Salmon, Trout, e fcc.  NS & Go,  JB.C'  Limited  CRESTON  'CAN'Aiiiiii'i  ANNUAL  EASTERN CANADA  The Riverside Nurseries,  Grand Forks  la tho NEARKST NURSERY to the ORESTON DISTRIOT.  Stoolc arrlv<M fa FRESH, HEALTHY CONDITION  For Priooa, oto., writa to���������  WALTER V, JACKSON* Agent, Crestou, B. C.  ;vinnnrrrnnnr^V������iryiYinr^  COMING    VTTmTmmmm"'mM '"���������'" "���������    COMING  A Car of McLaughlin Sleighs i Cutte  TO   IVICCREATH'S   LIVERY   BARN  Whore Iho Bout HorsoH and Rigs aro for Sale or Hire at nil  tiutOB  MtAYlNO  DONE  PROMPTLY  GOAL and WOOD for Sale,  iiIho ainmiborof Hooond-hnnd BIoIrIir ami  Cnttm-fl for nalo ohonp. Call or 'Phouo  H. S. McCreath, Prop I  Phono CO ������  tHiKt M,jMJMMM*M*t^MHifmJ^iMMf%tMt (Hwlav������Ji|iJ^>iWi3������iH>^ *^K aJCj-L Jwt JfaXJw*LFCa*llii J^UahJ^Ja^y^JlhJ^  Low Rouml Trip Rntea to   ,  Ontario, Quebec and  Maritime Provinces  Tiokc-tB on nalo Doc. 1 to Doo. It], iiialu-  flivo, good to return within three months  TiokotH   iHBued   in   connootUm   with  Atlantic Stoamflhlps will ho on nalo from  Nov, 11 and limited to fivo months from  d to of Isbuo,  Flnoafc.equipment. Standard Firm; oIubh  andTourlflt Shaping Cars and Dining  Cain on all through traina. Compavt-  mont ���������Library -��������� OhRorvation Cnron  ������������������Imporlal Limited."  ������������������3'-  Through Express Trains Daily  THE ��������������� TORONTO EXPRESS"  loavoa Wlnnlpog daily at 22.101c, malting  oimnflotioiiH i-t Toronto tor nil points  lOnat nnd Wosr. Muoo-f  Tlm "Imporlnl Limited" loavoa Win-  nljiog daily nt N ilrtlt and the " Atlantic  Rxproua" at IW.OOIc daily, making eon-  nooiionH at Montronl for all points lSant  thornof.  Aptilytotho hoaroat C.P.Il. ngoufc for  iull iufoiumliou.  Stumping and  Land Clearing  From $50 to $ 125  "Per  ���������v. Ac wis  Plowing  and 7^arrowing  Done by tl.e A������cre  All work guarantoerl dono promptly  and thoroog-lily.  CRESTON  VVfe-'y  .i:i>'.'i.'-i-:fi....  (..*������������������ :;  If  <XX  vy  <xx  ,.������������;  m  Xy- i,i.',Y  NoIhciiv I.nna 'PlBtVl'ot^bliatri'ot-ibf'^  . :,...:.��������� Wont Krtot<n>ay,A^  rt.Takepotao'.that X,,m\w ;3liIalq.Wo6r6, of'  Ci-tnton. H.O,, oiMiupiiilitiimurrloa woman, In.-  teiid to apply ior pymitoNUuvto, paraliaao w������ i  lollowlnirfU������Hi'HuiMi landiiii-,-. 's1 *w-ij,������.  i Oiiiiiin������������oliiK at 'V'UOft.luantea *u:tho n..w: ..  aniflo of Lot KU7a,p,J,*t,l������on������^i>y������HtVyo 'olialiiM ���������  Uhuhio north 'JO uliivlita, tliniuitt wwn.uo oiiahiH, .  llitflcqnorthVOolia n������,'tl������oiici*wiHl,4o ohalnM .  iliaiKio HOinli iiroliiUna to the pbilrit of "oic'  iiioiiguuioatan'J.oatanilincllIOacici.ii.,.. _  l������Hi������,''-"- -'   -'��������� '���������'.������������������'.! ..  i.-..- < >.-.. r,, ���������; , ���������      p.  jjiitoatniiiiBidiiyofOot.iiwoo*    , ���������  *-n     ���������   ��������� OH AM. MuGltlft,AAjtont   >"������������������*���������������������������" ��������� ������������������p-i���������i.M.i ��������� ������������������ mm   i.i -     "      I , ���������  A'V'V,  ''"'   A''XOTUm'AXY   ",:.-���������'.  ; Notice Ih hereby 8tvon;'������ioV;:tno Co*--,  tmn>ornhip horotofore* exlnclhg'-'bo'twooiu.  tho undesigned lu iho buMlm-M of hotel* -  UoepwrH at Oroaton,' W O. ar, iho Qrostoii'i  Hotol tinder thoflvm nimo of Moran So������������������  Mead, in hirohy hy inutnal'conwnjt A\t������.'  milv.*d, All dobiH dun iho saidrtnn nhall ���������  he collected hy f JI, Moran,* who ahiillt  rulao fray oU'accouuta owing by thoBiiiilA  flrm. .-- .   . ���������;��������� -...  Dated nt OroHton, B.O tlila lat day ������if"  Ootobor, 1010. A,     -JOHN,B. MOHAN*  c*i3,, ,���������,.      .,.,. auo...tew>���������,."..  .. > i  .1-".. J',  '   Yf.    A,'.  'V':7:'Y.!'^::V;Ylt!i;A!<^y!l/ViA!^  AXy  AM  WcaH^W^^ Found Dead horn Exposure  SON    OF     DUCK   CREEK     DAVE  L03T ON THE FLATS  AT   KITCHENER  <*t *,  i.  A!i.  Ma  \\XXX  [,i'|.;.'"''":'  v ;.*,.  :x  Last  Thursday   evening daring,   n  heavy rain Btorm, a young Kooteuay  Indian named Charlie, the Bon of Duck  Creek Davo, periahed from cold  and  . oxposnre.   It se?ms that last Thursday  morning the dead man and his fatbor  started, out from Kitchener to go hunting, thoy separated with  the   under*  standing'tnat eaoh should como baok to  tlie oamp at night.    Whou night oamo  the fatror returned but the boy failod to  put in an appearance .The following  morning a search part.;-/ of Indians loft  Kitchener nt 0 a.m. nnd after searching  tlie country nround finally fonud tlm  body  of tho doad youth on tho [flats  nbout one dud a half i^lloa from! Kitolij  Vonor,: Tho boy had ovidotitly dioA iwnri;  V.oold ond exposure as, bo w  -iolnd with only a pair of tbln overalla,  y.mud a light flwoator^ no undorolothoB of  Viiny lcfad.   The Indians at onco notified  !i I^ovfaolai Countable Gunn, who wired  ���������v   0 IB;' Mnllandnlne, coroner, nt Cran-  >Vbroolr,'���������<and''Mr.''Mnlloiulolrib on Satnr^  '*u������u*c4^ tho body of the  ',' .>iufti*u;;a$;^ i U di'03*  ytou,   Co������|ouor Mu'llaudfUnovJiold au ,iu.  V^yMtJ^^ bpfc did "not  * ideem nn Inquest tntobHanry-, Tho irtoboha-  ���������; i'lifl.4 Indian iwaa ftboVt 22 yearii bfagoiiuid  was woll thought of by bin peopleher*.  Tho body- wiis glyon an Xadliiu. UurlcfV  bv tho dead man'^rolatlvon.  ������������������Hrm:y B.-Warrott; ' who   has    bcou  vlHltlng Mni; J. Goofc, roturuod to Nol-  oa on Saturday Ua,.  V       .,].'; V V ,  How about that Bath ?   Soo 13Jd. Jf;  Joimaon, tho new plumber oik Hlrdar  cAnother cK&to business  Mr. Tom Bunco, Alberta businessman  and rauoher, has rented the'McPeak  property with nn option of purchasing  the same, and will shortly open up a  flour aud feed store. ' His first car  of goods will arrive here early next week  aud will be followed by other shipments.  We welcome Mr. Bunco to Creston and  bespeak for him a fair Bharo of publio  patronage.  A Successful Smoker  The smoking concert given by the  youug men of tho Anglican Churoh in  thu Ivlurvuutile Kuii ou .Tfriday night,  Nor. 11th, waa n great success. A long  and enjoyable programme wub rendered,  Messrs Q. M. Gunn, F. B. Callander,  F. Boston,' R. O'B. Flto-Gerald, ,W.  Long, J. J. A'horton, W. Taylor. G.  Gunn, W* Murdoch, C. Mooro, .H-  Leonard^' 'I'Rovi.VHftyman. nnd; others,  ^nKV^QWB^'th'pso Vwvhp neHlutod with  'bo������8b;v-rebitaijoniv :,or sketches to mako  tho oypnhig..^,^ the artlnts  iworb oiithuBliiBt^  one joluod hi tho; ohomsoBY Tho obuoert  broke up;atyll.^  Enjoyable Surprise Party  An enjoyable surprise party was jhold  lost Friday evening at the home of Mr.  aud Mrs. H. Hamilton. The guests indulged in dauoiag and ^ nines of various  kinds while many of those present saug  songs. A supper of choice edibles provided by the guests wa3 a successful  feature of the evouing. Among thoso  fortunate enough to bo, present wore  Mrs, R. J, Long, Miss J. Long, Miss E.  Stinson, Miss R. Beam, Mr. and Mrs,  MoNarland Mr and Mr. nud Mrs. Elliot.  MessrB Cobb Duperry,' King, Ballanger,  Morrison, Beam, Guun, R., Telford, Mas-  tor W. Mall and W. iLong. The dance  uiuhIojwuh of a high class being furnished by Mossrs Morrison and Hamilton.  Mr. R, T. Walmsloy, ��������� 'tho man who  clooB thingB" in the real estate buBlnost'  In Croston; foil n viotlm to au nouto  attaok of rheumatism oarly in the wcok,,  but wO.idro glad to sbb ho is now V iiblp to  bo ohout ngalu..xy'... :/''A'.y';a:V'':.,: ;  SE  Rooms by the Day, Week or Month  at Reasonable Rates  All the  rooms  are  well   furnished,  and special  attention is given to the comfort of our  guests.      Hot and Cold Baths.  Large Well Lighted Hall on Ground Floor to rent for Dances and  Concerts.  Canyon Strbet  CRESTON  .:!���������':  Tho paeaengbrfl oiii'T  bound; had nit; tin pleasant exporlbneo,  being hiing up at tho: Canyon owing to  tho lino being blocked by, tho ���������wrecking  of a freight train, which'ran <nt the  traok about ono huudrod'yarda oust of  tho bridge, ijovon oara.'\yoro offV tho  rond, and'only lifter strohnOns work  'was tho line anfllolontly bltiiir^d to allow  Ot tho paaBoiigei-H.Doing trnnwrorced to a  improvised box oar spbolal, in whhh  thoy mndo tho final ntngo of tho journey  fiom tho uooue ol tho dllohlug to KooUi.  nay landing, Fortunately no Hvoh wore  lout and no ono waa injnrod, tho earn  which loft tho rond wero tho last rovqu  of a long f rolghc, but tho onbooao kept  chlbstrr.c!:', ,''  i v ���������������������������>..  ti' ���������,: y  V.v-'v,y;  . .' . :���������-   ���������'-. ' '...���������'���������''.-.���������::'���������   '���������.'".- :X:",.yy.y.yyyyXyy.y::',;:'yy}:\'!:������1:iy.if,J. '������������������yyyy.jt.y  ic,'.;. -...,. .-;��������� ������������������  ..���������/������������������ii' ....' ;YlY,.,yy'..'l''Yy'Y.yV-'V;' V-^ ,������������������:>.. ",.-y. ���������  ; ". '-,-'Y' '��������� -,-.. ���������-.':������ ���������' , .  ������������������������������������.������������������':���������-, XX, ���������.XYi-���������������������������XyY.yy :.<��������������������������� X'y'yifiX'-, i'.-,1.|-.:....-..-:,;;..'-',i,r.,,,-,-, ,. y.fy ���������::,.  am  "i'i.  dttui  ni  ���������vy'V'y v,  AyXxc  ������,.>,...|i..r,./.j',,.,..!,���������. '|.."j  mmntrnm  XM.v. ��������� Lowls Habf 1, with, his ' sbn-ln-  law,-Mr. J, Booker, Mid. Beokor aud  ohlid, of SunuyBko,VAl&  in Orostou on Taoflday's train aW aro  staying in Mrs. v Murphy's rooming  houfco, , Mr; Habol hint boon tnbuflluoiiB  for mauy^yoarfl ou thb pralrib as a con*  traotor and builder, and Is alzlng up the  distriot with a view of making his homo  horo. Mr. Becker sluoo his previous  viait to Oroaton flonia throo; montiifl ago,  haa boon kooplng tab ou the valloy  through the RniyiKW,'iind wo hope thoy  will deoldo ti>.looato hero; Tho nbrowd,  pract.bal pooplo. of thb prairie, familiar  with woHtorn condition-*, aro tho vory  host alasH of oitizoiifi, and Croston will  givo tha glad hand to Mr. Becker aud  family.  Floor Oilcloth, 05 ooutn aauaro >ard,  :'-Y,VAA,Y:i:',V!V:V"V:;  ������������������'������������������'   :yXY.:.lm^lmm^m)im  Creston Tailor Shop  Men's Garmontsol'all Styles mado on short notico.   Call  in and solept your oloth from our largo  XxX',-".:,;";' , :X'': ;i  Stobk of Samples    '   v'-..: -v,,y    ���������  AWElARE ALSO  SPECIALISTS   IN  LADIES TAILORING  ;Inonr olothoa oloanlng deparliiiienh we'���������'��������� excel.   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'     '    ���������        ��������� , ��������� "| i    x'X     .' i   , ,��������� ,  iSmmimiiimil^Sm  PROPRIETOR  ::  IPxEUGENE CASERTA A ..;     AX  ,,���������.-.-;��������� ���������������������������.-������������������������������������' ���������-..���������_���������        -. -,-.-.!,,-..   ���������-��������� -������������������ ������������������������������������������������������ --...   ;   .-..     -       . ���������     ;   ��������� -, -,     ���������  ��������� ������ ��������� ������ 4 .'������'���������'������������������ '���������'������ ��������� ������ * ������ ������ 4 4 * ��������� ������ ��������� ������ ������ ������ ���������'������������������^���������������"������ ��������� ������ ��������� ������ ������ ��������� ��������������������������� ���������..���������������#��������������� ��������� ������'������������������������"������ ���������������������  mmm^waMmiiMMvmmnnvmmmiMma  - '.". Vy NEW   . . .'���������  ���������-������������������  AND  CARRIAGE WORKS  Buggioa, Doinoorats, Giga and Onttora for sale at roaBpuablo prloea  Wo do nil kinds of repairing and w,ood work with dlapatoh  Our flhop In located uear the Creaton MorountUe Oo.  Wo nro nlrto agooxtH for tho Oregon Wnr������ory Oompany and handlor  Flrat*clan������Fruit Troo'a'���������'...." '  mwinn*...!.'.'!... iuii'Miiiiiiimimiiiiii������miimmmmmimiim)mm  :������������������.:',���������.  W. K. BROWN  ��������� yy  Nelson Land Distriot���������Distriot of West1  Kootenay.  Take Notice that J. T.  Burgess, of  Kitchener,   B.O.,   occupation  railroad  agent, intend* to apply for permission '  to  purchase   the following    described  lands: oommonoing, at a post planted ou  the southerly boundary of tho, British  Columbia Southern Ruilway Company's ,"  right of way, and about 100 ohalns duo  east from the townsite of  Kitchener,  thence south 20 chains, tnenee west 40  chains to the south-east corner of Char-..  les Mooro''- purchase olaim, thenco north  20 ohiiliiH to tho said right  of  way,  thonoo easterly along said right of way  to tho point of oommenoemout, aud containing 80 aoroB, more or lesa.  Dated Oct 22, 1010,  JAMES THOMAS BURGESS,  Applicant   G. A. M. YOUNG, Agent  Nelson Lund Diatrict���������-District of Wost ���������  Kootenay  Tako JNouoo thac G. A. m. Young,  occupation agent, Cioston, British  Columbia, intends to apply for  permission to purohaso tho following  described lands: commencing at a post  planted on tho southerly boundary of.  tbo British Columbia Southern Railway  Company's right of way and nbout 80  chains duo east from the townalto of  Kitchener, B.C., thouoo south 30 ohnim-,  thonoo west 80 ooainB, to tho townalto ;  of Kltohenor, thonoo north 80 ohalua,  tojtbo British Columbia Southern Railway Company's right"ot way, thenco  easterly along the said right of w������"f to .  tho point of oommenoement, aud containing 200 aoroa more or lea������.     , ,     .('v.'".  Datod 22nd October, 1010.  G.A. M.YOUNG, Applioant  Nolson Laud Dlatriotrr-Dlatnot of West v  Kootenay  Tako Notioo that Chas. Mooro, of  CreBton, B.O., oooopatlon aurvoyor, intends to apply for pormlaalon to purohaso tho following doaeribod lands:  commencing at a peat planted on the  Houthorly bouudary of tho Brltlah Col-,  umbia Southern Railway Company's  right of way, aud adjoining tho uorth-  naat. ooriiorfof G.A.M. Yonng'a pnrolmao.:  claim, thenoo aouth 20. ohalns, thonoo  cant 40 chains, thonoo north 20 ohalna (o  tho British Columbia Southern Railwny  Oompnny'H right of way, thenco *we������tor-  ly along aaid right of way to tho point  of oommoimomont, and containing 80  aores moro or leaa.  Dated SMmX OaUthw, I iM A,". V '.  OIIAUL1CB MOORE. Applicant  G. A. M. YOUNG, Agent.  - ^* :a  1!    >   ������"  ���������*>)  Llnoloum,  aq,unrojard.  12 feet  -CCS.  wide*" MX oonti  y������$  ���������;���������' ��������� ���������Ai Wv,  ...-;, ..-������������������!:v  .VV.'i';^  AAA'tfh  ���������>'. ��������� x*v, -y\  ���������yXAXi  ���������yy-^  y,U,:-..:.i.l:Ji  :-A';. :,uy.  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II  ������'  1" I  IL    ...������^...l������.*S*wuifcjttTS������JBsIE������>.i*l^  \\\ \  hi.I  i;.i \  . .1 ���������  l'\  Interesting Items Concerning Them  From Far and Near.  :>M^Wiw)>i^..-g.������..>W4ljortW^^  -.-���������*-   ��������� ,'    --,.-,1 ,-   r   v      'VV'/r -v "f;-Y~ " " ^..^.'.yY  -IVtttttn.MTinw WiWKiiat  11    ���������*- w...l.^*rt.J 1.1   .,.,11111,.,,  i\  >    M .^. .'. V       '   ���������'-  .'    \ '.      '   ,i      v '  THE   CRESTON.   B.C.   REVIE.W  Change that limping, useless horse  into a sound, healthy horse, -willing  and eager to do a good day's work.  Don't let a Spavin, Curb, Splint,  Sprain, Ringbone or any other liame-  neas keep your horse in the stable.  Cure it with  Spavin Ciase  It cures without leaving a sear,  blemish or wnlte hairs���������because it does  not blister.  Port Ka!l������, B.C.. June 14th 1909  "Have been using your Liniment for  years and find it all that you represent.  Have not been without it for 10 years."  GHOS.GS GORDON.  1JI. a bottle���������0 for ���������$5. Excellent for  household use. Sold by all dealers.  Ask for free book "A. Treatise Oa The  Horse " or write us for copy. 55  DR. B. J. KENOftLL CO. Enoshnra Fails. Vl.  m. >������>���������.....  In addition t-o the frequent destructive fires in several towns and townn'ts,  tbe number oi which ha*. ju->t been augmented by a great co:ifingi.ition at Uad-  osokkuvitzi, Jewish eommuu.-l lifo in the  Pale seems to ^lifter greatly tiom the  extensive emigration .uovunieui lu many  districts. From some townle-ts on 1<-\->s  than a third of the Jewish popul.it: j.i  hag emigrated to Amorici. Dip'iig tiie  last three or four months abou: 0.000  Jews of Podoli.i alone have left Itu-^'n,  whilst tbe emigiaition fiom -.lie provini-ss  of Kief; (scene of the expulsion-), Poltava and ilin&k is no i������*3-s strik'iig. The  s&ini-official Kossia advices tlio Government to encourage .ie.visit emisr.'ition  to Turkey, and seems to <--'_'rct the difficulties "which have ai-sou with tha  Galveston parties.  Mr. Ab..*. Bailey, speaking at Kvug-is-  rorp, <<ud that the late Fiee St.ite Minister--, who ate now Gen. Botha's .colleague-, had piepaiod a bill conta'ning  cc-itai>i political Ji-vi'btliti.'^ for pooler  Jvvi-^ ,tn*!iigraut^, but thar, undei ptes-  ������ure, they withdrew it. Tlie statement  ha* tieated a profound sensation in  South Afiiea.  An in.poi taut announcement ha������ just  beeii made by tho Turkish AliiiisU'i of  l'tbi.c Woik������. "Use iiuustei has decided on t'be constiuction of se%eral harbors, the pieiiniuiary uieasuica ha\c al-  i**ady been taken at a number ot ports,  iticltidiug Jaffa, the port of Southern  Pale=tlue. and the landing place foi pa������s-  eng������*rs f ji Jerusalem. Hebron and South-  tin Judea. It i������ probable, then-fotc.  tt*at at no distant period the difficulties  attending embarkation and debarkation  at Jaffa will be removed, greatly to the  convenience of travellers bv sea and co  the immeasurable benefit of th* eoni-  mcioe of Pate*t-n-. The huild'fijr of a  modern harbor at Jaffa, combined with  the building of a railway through to the  Egyptian frontier to eonn-v: with the  Anglo-Egypcwi   ra'iw-ays,  wiil   oj>?a   np  the whole of tlu; iich plains of Southern _  Phoenicia, and the El Ari*ch district- U      a^gSSSSr^SSk^ *?$& c^  *-  reported that large tract-* -.>f land it������ ]  Croinweil   Cannon   Bails.  An inteisotiii<* discovery has been  made in the Varteg "Mountain, near  Ystalyfcni. l.ithorois employed at cutting a*, ay the mountain ������U!e. prelimin-  aiy to building operations, unearthed  two or throe cannon balls. They aie  from four to six inches in diameter  and nrueh intcicat is art-used as to their  history, lt is a well known fact thut  the Protector. Oliver Cromwell, during  his campaign in Wales passed across  this valley on hi* way to Swansea.  Tt is certainly possible that these cannon balls are remains of Cromwell's  spent ammunition. lt is a historical  fact that Cromwell's forces, headed by  the Prot-eetoi himself, demolished Oys-  termouth Cattle. He aW brought  heavy eaunoii to finish the siege of Pembroke, where the Royalists made their  last stand.  bdNG IKltttFittTbD.  A ba^���������A pinnae at/jns tying "get the  hook" or "to ueli witn. ��������� fc,my-oy*.d zest-  Hilly and eternally by the 1-ieiien m tne  uuiueti ol striked, noes and political  campaigns. JVluch ovoi worked during the  llcign of lerror. 13. g. "A has, you  scab!"  ' Vive���������lite Gallic hurrah, equivalent U>  the American phuuu, "Oh, you!" A  Parisian will "vivo" the army, the candidate for constable, the hero ;n the sawmill rescue scene, t])������ prize baby at the  countiy taif and the bartender on the  lightest provocation.  Ouo���������it's���������yes!    "Ouo" is  invariably  repeated   two   or    three     tm.es,   as  I Frenchman would no.t expect  to be believed if he utteied  the  affirmative no  more than ouce,  ilon cher���������A term of endeirment employed by the LY.iisiun as a prelude t<*  making a touch or ki������sinvj ' upon Uu  check. K. g. "111011 cher Adolpho. lend  me tne francs."  Canaille���������The greitt. common pu^h���������  ihe LtMib���������the gang that hangs around  the pa^st office waiting for Congressional  garden seed.  On dit��������� "It is siud." The prelude tc  the sex ea hum* told at the xo-.ind table in  trout of the cafe.  Oaieon���������The i>omp-������dc>itred bandit who  brings the vintage that st������it.< the "on  dit," Barn with hi- !i -*-d bsh'nii h'.-i  back. Fmigratev. fo A'in-ii*i via Qtipeits-  town.-- ctu*.rt R -sto*ie vi 0 ������L >h.-r sTmnvi  Set.  m YE&RS  "FRUiT-MIVES" HER Sm&llQM  KDS& ALFONSU AWD POLO.  Shims Gups  thi* portion of Palestine hxvj been pur  chased by Je\vi������b land development cont-  fiar.ies, ai>d the proposed improvement*  ���������will lead to thi spe������ dy se't'ement of tu������s  territory by Jevr:*h colon std  '���������1'ht! annual report of the loa (-Jewish  colonization soei*tv of Pans/, the trustees for the Uirsch millions, reveal a  very satisfactory state .>i affairs  throughout all iheir co'oi.le*. There  has been a large increase in the iTewiih  jiopulation of both the Argentine colonies, and al3o tho&e in Bra^il and Oan-  ���������nda. The Palestinian colonies are in a  r>,.-,:;t flourishing position. From one  i'alestinian colony alone. p**tach Tikvah,  there were shipped 139,97(1 cases of oranges, as against 5*2,233 cases the j.re-  *.'"ous vear.  I he    long   expected    circular    of M.  **>. hwartz  on  fhe status  of the  specifically Jewish 3chools has appeared. With  one stroke of tiie pen the ministers have  deprived these institutions of their priv-  1'i'ges,  and  in   the   future  t.Tieir  certifi-  t-i'tcs  will  not be reeognizad any where.  'J'hc .lews can only have a certain per-  cnlagc of their children educated in the  n-gular Russian schools, and  now they  are  not even permitted to spend! their  own money on educating their own children, *>o aa to bo able to earn a decent  living,  even the  Jewish  cattle  have  a  percentage law against tlieni.   The latest  piece of regulation in thia regard is'the  decision of the Mayor of Poltava to admit only "ten per oent." of the cattle  owned by Jews  to the municipal pae-  ���������turo grounds.    Thia, too, after the fact  that the cattle of both Jew and non-Jew  have fed on the name fields, for years,  and neither hatred nor economic strife  have   demonstrated   themselves   among  the four-legped animals.  A novel institution has jiut been <>&���������  Intilieiied in Jerusalem in the shape of  ���������in institute for Hebrew music and chaz-  iiuuth. The aims of the institute are to  ri vivo ancient Hebrew music, to train  cantom to eollcot the songs and traditions of the Jewish vaco, to form a collection of Jewish nuuieal instruments  nnd a library* of Jewish music, and  ponlry. Tbo promoter* appeal to lovers  of Zion for assistance in their under-  la kin���������.  The Odesmt Jews are still searching  for a suitable candidate for the sum-  ing Parliamentary by-election. T-hc  Cadets have opened negotiations with  llit-m with regard to the candidature oi  Or. Tsehttuiannk*?, ������t of Advocate Oros-  f. J. The fomicT Is, "however, regarded  n* a doubtful friend of tho Jews, and  ihe latter has lout his popularity owing  io his recent change of religion. It is  possible that the Jews will recommend  the bankur, M. Welnsteln. to tbe Cadet  Committee, M. VVeinstein is a good  Jew, and he ih well known to ttoo local  voter*. The negotiations are conducted  in swret for fear of (Jenerul Tohornat-  ehelf'ji intervention.  A   typical  lliiHso-Jewidh  tragedy   hint  jiiJit ocpurred at St, Poieribur***,      The  lneal police station wns recently enriched by a Jewish convert, who did sonu*  i-l.-rlciil work in the evening and iitt������*tid-  ������-.! th* university In the day.   He oliutig-  ��������� I hiii rWigion becniue b" wan uniibli> to  ; ad nny omploynw'nt or to proceed with  In* course   of  etudy.    ilw   mother   wu������  U*pt 1>v u daughter, who worked at night  and attended a school in thn day tiuu-.  A    short    time    ngo    hn oivn* neron*,  amongst the document* he wns reviling,  an   entry   to   tho   effect that his slnte*'  iuid reghfterod herself ns a prostitute In  it.*- eapitnl.   The hroken-lwarted convert  committed  suielile.    Meiinwhlle, hi* sis-  trr di"cov������*rn(l her hrother'������ whwealiont*  nM hurried to him to exphiln that sltv  only   cibtalfied    the "y*IJoiv    tlnkot" In  or������!������r to procure tlie 'prlvl.ege of stay,  iiif* ������t St, 1'Herslnirg nnd  *f *ttendlnp(  eotir������f>* there.    On hiwlnc  of her hrn.  Ih**t*������ death, whe, to >, end**d ?������rr \\1* by  t%r������i������������1n(> V^r������������1f Into  the  rlv ������r.  ^������... *..  Mmard'-. Liiiiiu.'ixt C������-. Wnutcdr  IVar *s'-:s. -| t. ui rico'.i"iu*nit your  MIMARIV-* UXIMKNT for irheimi iV-m  and Sprain-. a-> I ha\u u>s'd it for both  with excellent re-ult-.'..  Yours trulv,  T. It. LAVVJRS.  .St. John.  MADAM JOSEPH LIRCTTE  No. tit George St., Sorcl, Que.  ���������'For seven years   I suffered  from-  ���������womb disease and dreadful torturinff  pains, and 1 had constant Dyspepsia and  Chronic Constipation���������the latter so bad  tliat sometimes 1 went tcn"day9 without  action of the bowels.    Six different doctors treated ma aud for a year I was in  bed,  constantly  facing death.    Then  my husband coaxed nie,to try "Fruit-  a-tives" and this medicine, and nothing  cls������, cured mc and saved my life."  (Signed1) Mme. JOSEPH IJRETTE.  5,0c.   Ik)n���������6  for  fi ,-o--c*r t-.i;il  box  a-o ���������at dealers or  iroia   1 ruit-a-livcs  Limited, O" >v."\  BRITISH LABOR NOTES.  The Mystery of a Duel.  Having fought his duel and saved hi������  honor by tiring a shot in the air, the editor of a French Provincial newspaper  went back to his desk and the incident  had quite left hia mind when he felt  something strange in his thigh. He looked and found that he was bleeding profusely.  A doctor was called, who discovered  that a bullet was embedded iu the editor's thigh some two inches deep and required extraction. '"Why was this not  taken notice of on the spot where the  duel took place?" he asked. The editor  was as much in the dark as the doctor.  At the moment of the duel he had fired  into the air and hia adversary also took  a distracted sort of aim. There had evidently been no intention of doing the  slightest harm on either side. The editor felt nothing as he left the field and  had shaken hands with his antagonist  as a sign of reconciliation. How a bullet  came to be lodged in his thigh was simply one of the mysteries of duelling.���������  London Telegraph.  MAINTAIN SKIN PURITY.  The constant use of Cuticura Soap,  assisted when necesc-ary by Cuticura  Ointment, not only preserves, purifies  and beautifies the skin, scalp, hair and  hands of infants, children and adults,  but tends to prevent clogging of the  pores, the common cause of pimples,  blackheads, inflammation, irritation,  redness, roiighneW and other annoying  and-unsightly conditions. In the speedy  and economical treatment ofr torturing,  disfiguring eczentns, rashes and eruptions of the skin and scalp, these pure,  sweet and centie emollients are invaluable. Sold throughout the world.  ...������������������*��������������� ...  To Make German Easy for the Eyes,  A radical change in the study of Gorman in the Chicago public schools which  involves the oliiuiiiaiioii of Gothic type  und German script is under consideration by Mrs. Ella Flitgg Young, the superintendent.  Two reasons are given by Mrs. Young  for h<*.r desire to use Roman type and  Knglteh script in.plaee of tho German  characters. She says that Gothic type  and German script are harder on tho  eyes than tlm type and script used by  Kngli&U speaking people, and thftt pupils  who attempt to leant both tho English  and Gorman script usually are poor pen  For the Victims of Insomnia.  I have been a neivous invalid for  years, and was long a sufferer from insomnia. My physician prescribed" the  following treatment On first retiring  it was ray custom to fall asleep, but 1  wakened after two or three hour*, and  would then lie wide awake for the rest  of the night. The doctor told nie not  to lie still and coax steep back, bnt to  rise at once, take a little exercise or read  a story that wonld not cause me to  think too deeply. Then he advised my  eating a cracker or two or s little  bread and butter and returning to bed.  This proved beneficial.���������M. L. P., in  ��������� ������������������  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc  ������������������ ���������* m ������ ��������� ��������� ���������  Mistakes of Scientists.  Sir Humphrey Davy'a dogmatic pronouncement against gas lighting is not  the only isstar.ee cf a clever scientist  being hopelessly wrong. The early hiar  tory of submarine cabling furnishes two  striking examples. Consulted on the scientific side of the project, Faraday as-  seitcd that the first cables were made  too small. Then he said that "the larger the wire, the more electricity would  be required to charge it;" and in this  quite wrong opinion he was supported  by other eminent electricians. As a result of this dictum the current was increased until the operation literally  "electrocuted" the wire and the cable  broke down. It was Lord Kelvin who  by sending messages through heavy  cables with incredibly weak electric currents proved that Faraday -was mistaken.  Sir G. B, Airy submitted'the project  to mathematics and-arrived at the conclusion that a cable could not be submerged to the necessary depth, and that  if it could no recognizable signal could  ever travel from Ireland to Nova Scotia.  In aviation Professor Ncweomb, one of  the   cleverest   mathematicians  America  has produced, who died last year, declared that he had mathematically investigated    all    the    conditions    operating  ugninfit  the  heavier  than air  machine  nnd was convinced that the aeroplane  would never he more than a scientific  toy; and the possibility of an aeroplane  motor being reliable in the reduced atmospheric pressure above 3,000 feet was  by several experts aaid to be out of the  question a  few  months ngo.    Drexol's  carbureter was  certainly it bit erratic  abovo tho clouds Inst week, but he rose  to an altitude  of ((,750 feet.���������London  Daily Newn.   .������* ������  BROTHERHOOD'S TEMPERANCE  WORK.  (Boston Post.")  Aeconlinjr to the London County  Counetl rrgi-*ter theie are now.no fewer  than Ol employment agencies hi the'  metropolitan :irwi.  Xenvly* one-half of the applicant?, at  l.uidford Labor Exchange during the  past fortnight have been single men under 20 yea'fa ofi ag*.  A fund Iras been started to relieve the  distress caused by the stoppage of work  at the- India cotton mills, StockpoTt,  where 1,300 hasids arc usually employed.  The mill was closed seven weeks ago  owing- to bad tradkv  Trouble has arisen bstween Sutton-in-  Ashfield miners and the Notts Miners-  Federation- in ncspeet to a week's wage  whieh- the men contend is due to them  to enable the- Colliery Company to complete nepairli-. The- men have decided to  take proceedings toi recover the money.  Tlio Elseuar main, colliery dispute has  resulted in GOO men deciding to cease  work. A conference- between the earl  and the rneiv's- representatives took place  on Wednesday, when it was decided that  the notice- of the new price list be suspended for 14' daiys> during which time  wages- be paid* as heretofore. At the end  of 14 days the price list to be adopted,  and the management guarantee a day's  wage of 7s. 6d. per day for three months.  But ������-t a meeting- later, the men refused  to accept'these terms.  Spanish r/IiTjjssty Rated c& 3 Four Man  at Hurl ingham.-  King Alfonso* ia now an enthusiastic  pclo player, and played for liugfcj during ,  liis recent visit to,the Duke and Duchesd  uf Westminster at E>-tr������n W.ill. Coiantry  hnus.3 polo has increased marvellously  iu popularity in England during the fasi  ten yea ts, aud now seveial of the  wealthy players have private grounds.  The Duke of Westminster is one of  them. Th'ji>e enthusi-ints receive every*  i encouragement fiom Une County Polo  i Association, which; aims- to strengthen  the game in tho country and to let the  LiindoK el silt:!  look after themselves.  King Alfonso is a recruit of only two  years* standing.   It was twer reasons ago  1 "tliu'l! he played" h������*> first match at Rugby,  where1, trader the guidance of Oapt. 13. D.  Miller, be soon learnud the rudiments of  ' the game*.    Srnee then the Spanish King  has IVad) two privwto ground* laid out,  , one in the Casa de Campo, just, outside  Madrid,   and1   the  other   at   .La   Granja,  nbout forty miles from his capital.  G-. A. Miller visited Snam in1 TflO!) to  teael'r His ^lrejeaty-, and the third of his  famous brotheis, C. 1J. Miller, the fonr.d-  er of fti-e famous- Roehampton Club, has  al*o acl'ed' as llU m-on'tor. Being a fine  hoi ���������.email and athlete-, King Alfoiisa has  ii'-uli* iapid progress. He plays a fast,  hard' riding game, and apparently has  in vei* heard of a broken nej-k.  Tins sfason the Hiirlingham handicapping committee has placed him on- the  nm noint mark in their official lTst-Bw  SpanKli Majesty is- considered the1 e<jual  ������'f ������uch well-known players as Walter  Jo'ios. Rugby's No. 1; Lord Shrewsbury  and Viscount Castlereagh.  ISSUE NO; 39   1910  HBM? WANTED.  E5THEE  "     SEX  Are you making $5 per day. If n������t  write Immediately ton our free elaborate  Outfit of  Holiday  Books. Sells  at  sight.  J. Li NICHOLS COMPANY;  LIMITED, Toso&to  ������IR nil A   WEEK   ANI>   EXPENSES,  ViwiUU   for man  or lady to travel andy  appoint   agents    for   established   House.  State    age   and   previous       employment.  Permanent.     B.     McGarvey,   Mgr.,     252'  Wellington,   atreet   west,   Twuo&lo.  ANTED���������AT   ONCE,   A   SJENEUAI.,  <lom������3blo. one willing to learn.   An-  oly 04 Duke- street, Hamilton, Ont. '  WANTED)   ���������  maid.    Apply  Mra.  CAPABLE      HOUSES-  __���������-.      A.   C.    Beasley,  435 Main street east.  p ANVASSEJtS*. WANTED. WEEK:i.T  ^ salary paW. Alfred Tyler. 336> Clar-  e_ncc_ street,   kogiflaa. Ont.  Dr. Martefa r emaie Piiis  SEVENTEEN TEAKS CHE STANOAKl*  Proscribed  and  recommanded ior wo  men's   ailments,   a������ scientifically   prepared   resv.ady  of* prnven  worth,    im  result from their us* !������ eruick and pier-  manent.    For sale* at all d*ug store*  C. D. SHELDON, "^ET*  A specialty made- of. investments  in Standard Railroad' and Industrial Stocks.  Write      for      full      particulars  regarding plan of investment.  Room 101. 108. St. JameB St.,  Montreal.  Home  DYEING  Is th������ Tiay to  Save IMoney  -^    and  Press Well  Try iti  Staple as Washing  with  GOOb HEALTH FOR BABY  AT VERY, LSHLE. COSL  Baby's Own Tablets only cost 25 cents  a box. A box bought now may. save  baby's life. Summer complaints come  suddenly, and carry away thousands of  little onse every year. If the stomach,  and bowels are kept in order there is  little ones every year. If. the- stomach  Own Tablets, is the best medicine in. the  world for preventing and curing stomach and bowel troubles. They can*, be1  given with perfect safety to the newborn baby or the well-grown child! - An*  occasional dose of the Tablets will: regulate the stomach and bbwels and- prevent   summer  complaints.    Tlie  mother  who keeps these Tablets on hand may ��������� earthen mound. For a short period1 of *  feel assured her little ones aYe safe,- 11'| the- year, about January, the lyre*bird)  you have not got a box of the Tablets    ioseg ^t3 characteristic plumes and has-tb  Protecting   the  *cy.**������- 3ird.  So great has been the destruction^  wrought upon the beautiful.lyre bird of  Queensland (Henura superha), that the-  Slate has absolutely protected the bird',  till the middle of 1915; a. ������5 penalty,'  i* attached to its capture, .or injury, or -  taking its eggs. Still tbe bird'.is getting:  searcer and scarcer.  It is the extraordinary lyre form de4  velopment   of  the   tail   feathers   whichi  tempts the sordid vandals. , The contour  of the bird, with its long neck and stouft"  gwttinacious feet, is by no means unlike*  that of a  peacock, and  the  wonderful"  tairl', possessed only by the  male "birde,,  fulfils -a corresponding role of vnih display.    The bird  executes  antics   for   a-,  train of  female admirers on a- raised'  JUST THINK OP IT 1  Dyes Wool. Cotton. Silk oiKlxed Goods Perfectly  with tho S.VME Uye���������No chance ol mnulcci. ������'a������t  and Oesutlf ul Color*I������ cent*, from your DruajrUt or  DMler. Send for Color Cert and STORY Booklet. 76  The John������on-RlcliJ>rdtoo Co., Umlud. Montreal.  Your Eyes. .  Consider fhoir value.  Abovie all, don't abuse them.  Do not read or sow by a dim light.  "���������Never u?e them when you are lying  down.  Reading in bed sounds good, bnt. it's  ruinous.  It is absolutely absurd to "road oneself asleep."  A book that would keep one awake  would not put one iwioep.  In reading one Hlinuhl try to have the  light from a window on the back. t .  To keep  the eyes Rtrona open 'thom  every morning In clear, cool water.    ,  get oue without delay. Do not wait  until troxuble eomes; it may then be-too  late. Sold by medicine dealers or by  mail at 25 centa a box from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockviiie, Gftt.  ���������������������  The Fishhawk's Warning:  "The fishhawk tells us when the shadl  begin to run up the river," said a Gloucester fishertuau. "We ha,vc Iciiiiad. th������*  it isn't ,much use to east nets, no matter how mild the weather may be;, urn-  til Mr. Fishhawk swoops down on us.  "When he comes sailing up the bay  we know it's time to get to work. Iiots  of farmers down Jersey would never  think to start planting until the- fish-  hawks come. I don't believe they have-  ever been later than April 12, though..  They work their way up the coastr from  Florida and the other southern waters-  early in March, when the fish begin' to.  come north. They follow the big schools  of herring, a3 a rule, because tlie herring swim close together and! the-  hawlc hae easy picking. The shad' follow the herring, and when the fishhawk  comes we know the shad are- not faraway.���������From Vthe Fishing Gazettei.  BkTTER^SOi^KlNG  Spanking docs not cure child'ren- of  bed-wetting. A There is a constitutional  cause for this trouble. Mrs. M, Summers, Bqx W. 8, Windsor, Ont., wilt send  free to', any iri other her successful home  treatment, with full instructions. Send  no money, but write her to-day if your  children trouble you ih tlii's way-iDbnt''  blame the child, the chances, are it eanM;  help it. This treatment also cures iulults  and apted peoplo troubled' with, wtne difficulties by diiy or night,'  '  ��������� ���������'" ���������      ���������.-    ���������      ���������������������'.-.  V^".7V,-:V'.  The Bplendid organization  known as  m.BnTn"Z������nin���������^^ Brotherhood of Locomotive Kngin-  n������ Ji language*.-* rom Bonton   ^ Jh ^^ ftfl ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^������OT.  Common.  *"*������ * ������  . Minard's Liniment: Relieves Neuralgia.  ��������� ������ -   - "i0 * m       ���������     ..  Not In the Rainbow, However,  Margaret and her littlo playmate woro  exchanging confidences.  "What's your favorite color*!" asked rcilwibcth.  Margaret looked thoughtful for n  momont and thon said brightly, "Plaldl"  ���������Tho Pullnnator.  ������...        *������ ���������������>'    -��������� ���������*���������������-  Home.  Where we love "is homo, ._....!  Home thftt our f������et may l*av#, but not  our hearts,  Though    o'������ir    uh    shines    tho    Jasper-  llizhtnd  domo;  Tht   (Mtn.ii! may leniithen, but It never  p,u "'     ~nilv������r  Wendell   Holmes.  anco, and even total nhstinenco, an any  body of men in tho world. It simply  will not tolerate hiibltunl users of alcohol in its member uh Ip. In 1001) it expelled a5 men for getting drunk and printed  their names in its official paper, the  Journal. It Roes further, for whon It  finds a mombor guilty of drunUennoRn  it demands his discharge from tho road  that employs liim. Ah practical discipline nothing could excel that.  A Wiby I- Hi.- \>olV,r. Bjcwn,  At which the women do not hstk,  A hohhv ridden ������m nnd down,  Uvrnvm h "111 uot lwl llitiun kjuIc.  It was exhibition day nt Number  Three, and as the parents of Jack  Orndy, thn dullfwt pupil, were listening hopefully, the teacher tried her  best to help iho boy,  "How did Charles the First of Bug*  land dio!" sho asked, assigning the easiest question on her list to .Taolc.  As ho looked nt her, with no Indication of a coming answer, thn teacher  put her hand up to lier neck,  Jade saw the movement anil understood its meaning, as he thought.  "Charles the First of England died  of cholera,"  he  announced,    briskly.���������-  TOUGH CASE.  (Harper's Weekly,)  Farrasr SinnliWd���������LUt������n to this. El*  ���������vlry.   ThM������ v������VarH "^V Mat tlioy have  found In Italian prisons the petrified re*  mains ol soum ui Urn prUoiKrs,  If Is wife���������Do tell |. that must ho them  litiij^cd ;i!:r-lt;;'.I������ we heal* about,  ca&r.   1MB o-rso's  Indian    RoOt   B=>llla>  Are just the right mcdielno for the  ohildren. When thoy arc constipated���������-when tho kidneys are"out'������'  ordor���������when over-Indulgence In some  favorite food jrivoft thom indigestion  ���������Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pill's will  quickly and surely put them right.  Purely vegetable^ thoy neither sicken, weaken or gripe, liko haTBh purgatives, Guard your children's health  hy always keoplng a box of Dr.  Morse's Indian Uuot Pills In tho  house. They  ���������jCspap *������*��������������� pKlldr������n \A*������M|  "caLoulatinq.  (Washington Star.)  "Why doesn't Mrs. lllmgllt Btop quar<  rellng with hor husband and. got ,n dl-  WOMO?" ��������� ...  "She reallr.es how much moro of   his  Inoomo ho would havo loft aftor .paying  alimony than she now allows liim for oar  fare and lunches."  ������i������   Menard's   Liniment  Curat   Dandruff.  m-.i. I. ������������������* ������������������  Why ai Cot Falls on  |)t������-..'.F������������t-';���������<  A floientisi hnsi constructed'.an Injgpni-  oum model to. show, why a cut in Sailing  invariably lights, oni its feet. Tliis model,  roughly  speaking, consists    of ro> oard-  board  cylinder, wliercinV.avo  atwck tour  roth> to sorvo C6i' legs* together with   a  tail devised on. siDiiLav.pvinciples.'     The  object ot the ox.porim.bnt ia to show that  a feline's peculiar'faculty depends on the  roUitioa of its* tall wltlu sufficient vigor.  This, fiaculty is, specially developed by  climbing and leaping animals, such    as  nminbors      of tho cat trlbo, monkeys,  Hquirvels, rats, and most lomiim.   As al-.  ready stated, tlio tail plays an Import*  ant part,in*,tho,turning proceas.  Accord*  Inn* to tho Investigator all troo Inlmbit-  tii*** monki'y* havo long tiills, anil thero  In, not tlio slightest     doubt tlutt thono  tnlls are of great aid to all climbers In  ciinhHrig thom to turn In tho air.   The  toil also norvoH as a balancer, as ovl-  rtpnood in tlio couq of a squirrel, which  mny he soon walking     along a tightly  ���������Uretehed wlro or string, swinging Its  plum������  Ite content with the sober plumage of*  its mate. The fully developed male Ijrre*  bird! is one of the most handsome and1  notable of the forms of bird life- ofr  Qlreeirsland.���������From the London Globe.  k FifiNG FOR 50 GEN  A  WEEK r  This ss a> goiden opjjojtualtj 'or mny.  one to own an instrument. We have a.  large stock of used pianos, taken 13 exchange on Heintzman & Co. pianos.  These instruments are such well-known  makes as Weber, Cbickering, Haines  Bros-, Thomas and Dominion, and tbo  price ie from $00 to '(125. Eaeh on.  guaranteed for fire years, and will be  i taken hack in exchange with foil amount allowed any timv* in three years,  Do- not let this chance slip hy you. A  post card will bring full particulars.���������  Heintzman & Co., 71 King street east-  Hamilton, Ont.  iai������*iCi        ��������� -  THE  FEMALE  FAJNi  ������It, wky doesn't the pitcher A pitch A Atlii  A - Y.'..:.'ball?"���������-y .'���������'.-;;.Vy'"���������'��������� y-xXyAyAyfYy^^  AAnd whyV are V'thjBVbasemeh;. safe-00������0  Because they, let thei;jrunrierfl^^  Why does,:he "^ji^iJ^f1^^^^.^^  How does afielder. miiff aVilytA    "-���������' J  Is 'a ;shortstop^ovprVtall-?V'-'/Vy.yVVi.  Would thfe, umpire^ call*$h������> ca.tehen; pw  If lu������?didri,t catch?th������B:balltV.yA  .Db'-they'eWrlefttn^^  A V Ib it fair: to knock a foulTA   'yy- [;,; X  DoesA,av,home ,ruh count more tliani  ���������.V'V^���������'"'"'.'��������� buht'f:. AvXYyA  What makes the peoplo howlt"  6h. isn't a! pbp*up simplygrarids---     ;,  And a squeeze-play just divine!1  But-wliy do the men have mittens<on>t'  In the hot old summer time? yy;  ���������-W. B. Kerr, in SmanfeSefe  V ���������-'������������������''��������� ���������BX^^1KKW,{^:'-'iV.'- :''������������������  (Wdshlrijifiion Stan)  ������������������Why   did .Mt������^, Ff-htikllstInsist  taking Mr, SHhttoddlc for her soeo  ��������� ������       ~     lall   '     V .''I',  '*'.,| ���������", '������������������' ���������''.'������������������ I.,' i  huehapiir ���������   ; fc        ��������� ,     ,  "Because;,'of,'*** supcrstlttouu fan  tall from side to side much  after tho   she noticed ,th������k she nearly always v  maimer of a tight ropo walkur balancing > when the mH*. Wui'ot a bridge  pa  himsolf with a polo.���������-London, Globe.   .    and concluded he was ��������� u mascot."  llefl, WMlc. Wterr. Wnt������fi>} m������t  Relieved By Murlno Bye Remedy,;.'Xy%,  Murine  For  Your  Bye  Troubles, y ICPj  Will IJke  Murine.    It  Boothwu.   GOa-.  Your DruBBlsts.     Write For^JflyiKBool  Vroo.   Murlno Bye Remedy Co., Toront'  ������ ������ *.         ��������� '���������.  GLAD NEW8  FOR  HE-MRft*?  (Judge.)  "you will ho glad to lloa*i. AITei  dcar,"sold Mrs. WllloughUyvy^tttat..  now dress, does not button upthebacl  "Hooray I" cried Wlllouglitty, turiitntf  flomorflnuft on the dlvnm, MHow-vd'OMl  hutton,.my doarl"  ^  ,  ���������'Down tho hack," sat'di Mes.','Wni!oU|  hy. ..      v-   ��������� -..���������.���������������������������������������������..���������i.i   Minard's v,Llnlme>i'ik !;;tbr! .??iiMi������|wiW  where. '������������������'A -;:':xX'XXXyyyiyX"yXy~  ~ ������i������..  Wi  Character.  The sun not, but sot not his hope*.  Statu rose: W his faith was eorller up:  mac* on  the enormous  italaxy,  Ueiner and older uoomed his ey������;���������  And matched his sufferonco  sublime  The  tnotiturnuy  or time.  He  spoke, and words    more soft   thaii  rain _ ..  nroiight the >������������������������ or Oold osfftln:  Hie actions wero suoh reverence sweet  As hid all meanuro of the fsat.  -Italph   Waldo   Bmeraon.   e> > ������ ���������       "     *  The Bobolinks.  When nature has made nil. hor i>ird������<  With no moro earns to think on,  8h������ ffsve a rlppllnit lunch and out  Tlisre flow a IVniollnkon.  Dim laiiRhfld nsnln; out flew a mstei  A hreosn nf ICilmi horu them  Across the flohlii of 1'aradUe,  'rh* eunrUe roldimlnr o'er thsm,  ,  ~CiirtmovJii������i.. jl ior������;.v".  -���������..-��������� m   ������'������ ������ - ��������� ��������� .  Hot not thyself to itUitin muoh r������*t,  but much pntlonee.Vl'homas a Ke-oipls.  EDDY'S "SILENT'��������� MATCHES  ARE THE MOST MODERN AND PERFECT  A SORE LIGHT* THE FIRST STRIKE  They make no noko or sputter���������a, quiet, steady flame.  The match  for the smoksr, the office and the horns.  . All good dealers keep them  and   Eddy's Woodsnware, Plbreware,  Tubs, Pulls ������uiil Wa,5hbcaffl������.  ,,  The E. B. EDDY Co., Limited,  HULL, CAN ADA  IHMWalMI���������  wumm  i.1.- -!������������������ 3:>y������  - <<���������  t -MHi-V  THE   0RBOTON.  smmw.  Strange Happenings in English House-  ho'd[Mystify Its Occ'JP$f|ffjfc<,  Joker's |rain Believed to b^VrfemgS  a& Result of Sunstrgg W������  y              &$&��������������� i:^  The Staffordshire police suc^de<������;-2$3-  terday in clearing up a myster^which,  for several days has caused--great "perplexity" to people living in the neighor-  hood of XJttoxeter.  On Thursday a series of remarkable  incidents:1 began at Losley Hall Farm,  near Uttjfxeter, occupied by Mr. Wilson,  bailiff to'[Mr. Richardson, a well-known  farmer. About 10 o'clock at night Mr.  and Mrs!; Wilson were having supper  when they were startled by hearing  strange [j-noises and    presently      boots  and bottles came falling down the  stahs, tlu own by some invisible hand.  Mr. and Mrs. Wilson at once rushed  upstairs -and found everything in a  state of;-wild confusion. Their bedroom  had been completely ransacked, lnat-  reades had been carried from one room  to another, ornaments had disappeared  and the), place was in a condition of  chaos. Convinced that some intruder was  on the premises, Mr. Wilson called sever*  al farmjhands, and the house waff s>ys������  tematic$ly searched, but without avail.  Much^-perplexed, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson  went to": bed, but scarcely had they extinguished the light when all sort3 of  pranks were commenced by what seemed to be.! a supernatural visitant. A T/able  was spirited out of the room, all sorts  of articles were thrown in through the  door anil when Mr. Wilson got ap to  investigate he was assailed with bottles  and other missiles. Uncanny noises were  heard Iri different parts of the house,  but a thorough search again proved unavailing--  This .was  only the beginning    of    a  series of remarkable incidents      which  occurred? during the following days. Mm.  Wilson,"while at work, was made a target for till sorts of missiles, knives, forks  and  bottles   being hurled   at  her  Avith  great force. On several occasions knives  just m\ssed  her head and were  deeply  imbedded   in   the   dooi'3.   Twenty-seven  ���������window); pane3 were smashed by flying  stones. j*and neighbors   who  were   summoned jljo the house by the terrified occupants- were greeted with  such   scant  courtes*} that they had to retire.    , A  constable   who   watched   the .;ji������use   on  ���������Saturday night saw a light extinguished  In a rooni which, it is said, lie. k*t**ew to  be absolutely empty.  "    i Vigorous   police   investigations   were  -    set on foot, and as a result it was yes-  y terday [announced thai a girl, aged 14,  * employed   at .the��������� farm,   has   confessed  that ahe. is the mysterious "spook-"' which  '���������*    has been playing these dangerous lilcks.  How she managed to deceive the house  "holders'is a mvstery. It has been     as-  certained^.tkai^yeral.^ear3 m ago     she  Tiad a sunstroke, and since then she naa*  been peculiar in her manner.  THOUGHTS OF-BLACK TON; \  point to sweep out from my associates  those who hamper pi ogress ,by their  everlasting 'I cant's.' A person who  thinks, talks and expects poverty surrounds himself with people of like mind  and they paralyze all effoit."  Plato was followed^by a kindred spirit, T. J.'Allston,  of Boston, who said:  '"'MaV li^ftesSbred * asTi������cotc6.'M"emoYia!  to   King   Edward.        **-.-,/���������.-  There aie two schemes as a memorial ly^ttfo hours,  in Scotland to King Edward, the in%������ ?ffli-(g^*iw-*pint  provement of Holyrood Palace and the  restoration of Linlithgow Palace. The  former seems to find most favor, possibly because of the idea that with Holy-  rood thoroughly habitable the King pnd  Queen might use the ancient palace for  a brief period eaeh year.  Holyrood is in a fair state of preservation, whereas Linlithgow Palace, on the  -shore of the beautiful sheet of water of  tliat name, is in ruins, and thi3 being  the case perhaps the better plan would  be the restoration of Linlithgow. The  palace, which is somewhat square and  lxeavy looking, waa the birthplace Jof  Mary Queen of Scots*, in Linlithgow  Chinch James IV. of Scotland was forewarned by an apparition of the coming  disaster at Flodden Field; in its streets  the Regent Murray was shot; close by  the town Ed^ardf-I. had jfcwfc tfibs'hiibken  *by.f his *h<wse'..the night .'before sFalkirk,  and on its loch a chancellor of the exchequer, bent on economy, issued instructions that the royal swans should  be kept down to a dozen.  ~~"       "       " "   little to at  Hw^ilwSteach ..of ctafrti't- ikwtMHnrjSricw oretoarations are beinsr mado  U9BL  J������.r.  ^ ^-  E''%^n^be^v1iH of whom are over  ._ij tot^eij^thc^_rstYweek in September  ^iW&3j]������caiiV&!*}, tnSsj adding yet another,  xjxpei?^icej% tKfe.-^aried training which  4he^hav^fepne^h*wi4)*|litin order to be-  "^on^ejtfidfe^; m)jjn������������bs^f the voluntary  jaijd de%a^^nts^ttf'wpBritish army.  toOn TSMirnber ^*>  ind Slice seven pounds of    >ipe  '���������FoffkiMsT adef^'three and^ half pounds  tKf-^aSBE^afjSiafeiOf vinegar, #, tableappQjjKtj^Sf^  ^ful of salt, a tablespoonful of cinnamon  'joraja' tfcaipoonful of cloves.   Boil slow-  Cool in the kettle and  cans.   It it well-nigh im-  Though a building with  tract  the^ eyej Linlithgow  Poloon      ia  most intere3tihg"*place 'and. many people  would like to see it carefully and judiciously restored. The oldest parts, the  east and west" sides, were "built in the  fifteenth century; the newest, the north  side, in 1620. The original entrance was  by a drawbiidge on the east, wh$re������is  an archway surmounted by the royal  arms and three towers, remains of an  older  building.  On entering by the present doorway  on the.south side the guard room is on  the right, where the Regent Murray  died; in the centre of the quadrangle is  a fountain erected by James V., of wliich  that in front of Holyrood is a copy. The  kitchens have a fireplace as big as a railway arch and the Parliament hall i3  100 feet long, with a noteworthy chim-  neypiece lestored. It had a minstrels'  gallery, and a long passage from it leads  to the, chapel. The room in which Queen  Mary "Vas '%om 'fe a great contract in  point of sizefcto thftt w&ich witnessed her  son's birth i$ Edinburgh Castle. At the  ntJrthvrest cjfjrner ������, spiral staircase leads  up to^Queeh'-Margaret's bower, the most  perfect little room in the palace, square  within, hexagonal without. There is a  fine lookout, and here the Queen is said  to have watched for the return of her  husband, James IV., from Flodden. There  _..=  _i���������  j-t ���������   .4; ���������x_   _* i.\. .     ,_i- ���������?  &..M mav   vuvac a..xj uhi. ua ox  uixe mcuiucviu  fortiess, dungeons and a torture chamber.���������Court Journal.  pofitsthle to make jam or spiced fruit directly' over the lire, or even, on the griddle, without its sticking to the kettle  and scorching. Make in a double bodler,  or set in the oven when ironing, or have  a continuous hot fire. ,  '   * SPICED PEAKS.  Peel large pears while they are still  firm, quarter them, and remove the cores.  Prepare the syrup of two pounds and a  halt of sugar to a quart of vinegar. Add  an otuico of ginger root whieli has been  sciaped and sliced thin and parboiled m  water until it is tender. Add an ounce  of whole cinnamon, and half an ounce of  whole mace to the syrup. Cook the pears  iu this until they are tender enough to  be pierced with a straw. After they  are all; cooked place, il** jars or a stone  put, ^aiiii pouf oviJr^ilMJJgi enough of the  sweetened spiced vinegar to cover them.  The earthen cover of the stone crock will,  be sufficient protection for them. It is  not necessary to can pickles or to seal  them up tight in jars with rubber bands.  ��������� . ��������� .- GANGER ������EA������S. , ^ ,v ���������  Eight pounds peaTS, one quart jar Can-  tot ginger, four lemons, four pounds s>u  gar, four pints water, three pieces of  g-nger root. Peel the peai'b and cut in  quarters. Then;.slice crosswise in this  aliges.j. Sejjid Jor.. 20 minutes, diain and  weigh. Slice the Canton ginger and  break up the ginger root,' slice the lemons thin. Make a syrup of the sugar and  water and add the lemons, ginger root  and Canton ginger. Boil 10 minutes.  Tben remove the ginger root and the  lemons and add the prepared pears^, Cook  slowl/ until the pears are clear looking,  then place in jars and seal.  PEAR. FRITTERS.  Peel pears that are ripe, but not soft,  and slice them. Make a batter  of one  ENGLISH ARMY NURSES.  Women Preparing Themselves for Duty  >     in   the   Field   in   War  Time.  The members of the Women's Sick  and Wounded Convoy Corps take themselves very seriously and are leaving  iOMithinECiV.xindonai^hat will fit them for  |bappield.   With this ob  I     * **m   ���������"������*������    ���������������#     If  ���������-���������������  -e-o-s���������  .A Plato of Indiana at"the Negro Buai-*  ���������"ness Men's Convention  He was a philosopher -jiand hisjname[  3?as Plato, Samuel PJato, of Marion^  Ind.; and he mado one of the most  inte'rosting speeches at the convention  ���������of the-National Negro Business^Lcague  last wftek, but as a session so tg'rowded''1  *by Booker T. Washington's addrlsa .that  the newspapers did not home *liinc or  space to print Mr. Plato's remarks, Both  Mr. Washington and Mr. Plato were telling their people how to get along.  ������������������One white' ���������naif in Aiherica hasn t  much time to epend'-with-another wliite  man who hasn't got anything," said Mr.  Washington, "and do you expect him to  Jiavo timo for-������-nogu>.w.hQ Jww'i.auy.;,  thing?" ^"  "Tho,jApaneiSo have got something, so  therofoi'fe*k'th'e*,'\v'brld*-wnntB?to-.put-mQr'i  jnoncy intjp their, laps. If .their bankers,  .don't como', over heVc' fast enough' to ask  for money our bankers from Now York  ���������go over thoro to force it -on-them. Therefore the negro must ,g������t Bomotnlng.  Tltccr are too mitny. ncgriiVa' trying to  ���������got something ibV ^-notKirtB.^i^.J 'H  "Como on down .ttl������o .JH,n(j;t;,.()soni.oboay  called out from' the' hu'dleiico" tind "eyovy,  one ��������� ronritt   at.; Div^  I',*. ,v It���������,M������-AA^fl������>tfl':f.rlgl!-fc^thttJ-^^^oto^  te> flfliig ^Mandy, < 'Put rYbur .*13i6s.'tj;.,Olpfli,$f  !On," nntl1 that^tho. w)������olo:������������^iJiei-^,,j(jyvft(|  ;.'Maj6r'Mortan'.4fr'a:-iW^^  ing HohR'thftt?pe0mfd! ta fit*4Hfbcc%^Qii,  J-j;'.'.^^  [jy';Yl6m';\TO^  '.���������:'��������������������������� Mr. 'Plato.-!^nir'thore^to- toll, tlijc oonfn  ���������pnhyV'hotyAnV'liRd-'d^  "I Mit llWdrcAt^lii''Ccbiii'!Rh6d-*5a:inn'*l1;.  ������������������Do Soheotutc,'" ho nnld,' "nthdi.-weilti'to ���������  wdrk dt' dhTpintWiig ������it-;*M*rt&n;,,;\y,lth  $2,40 In my poolfot,   Wo .Wwl)' woHciiig  lh   ' ���������*   *'* ��������� ' ---���������i-^---  iromen will march  downs above  iire, to the spot  selected for the encampment, where under the supervision of a sergeant instructor they will pitch their tents, do  their own cooking and acquire generally  the self-reliance and resourcefulness that  the life demands.  Luggage will be strictly limited, no  feminine vanities being allowed to hamper the efficiency or mobility of the  corps. In addition to the water bottle  and haversack which form part of the  equipment each woman will be allowed  only a handbag. This will contain one  short skirt, a second pair of boots, towel,  soap, brush, comb, toothbrush and blanket.  "Even this would be too much in war  time," says Mrs. St. Clair Stobart. the  commandant, "and our members must  be prepared in time of emergency to go  witli only a comb in one pocket and a  toothbrush in the other."  All the members  ride  on horseback,  the  object  of this being to  make the  . cor.ps $elf-depend,ent and mobile in case  'of'nefe'd. Tliey have their regular riding  classes, and they can saddle a horse as  well and nearly as quickly as a trooper.  Twenty members of another feminine  oiganization, -tflme First Aid Nursing  "5������eomanry Coip3, propose to test their  , jfiowers of endurance by a march from  London to Scotland and back, to be un-  dei taken in November. The founder of  the coips, Capt. E. C. Baker, says that  the march has been decided upon in answer to assei tions that the regiment  would not be able to stand bad weather  or to march long distances. The detachment will take their own horses, ambulance wagons and full hospital equipment. The officers and troopers will attend to their own horses'en route.  The corps numbers nearly fifty members, and they held regular drills in  London riding schools.^They also attend  ambulance lectures tq qualify them for  nursing ser\ice at home or abroad,  which they are prepared to undertake  for the Government at twenty-four  hours notice.  The membership    consists  of  "ladies  whose social standing, physical and mental condition a,nd ag^ requirements and  references meetf the approval of a stand-  appointed  AMERICAN LADIES.  -.    (Chicago Tnbune.J  j ,The. Amer,icajx. women are finer, bigger  and better" developed tha'n-JSnglish wo-  ,men. But; judging by what I saw, many  of them" are "merely fine'"animals���������certainly, no������ ladies. :The^ arp masterful  and domineering, arti tli,e men appear to  give-way (to them in eH'erything.  I was in the compan$r ofr'Wo gentlemen ono day and we mounted a street  car. -Two of u3*Ttt once found seats, but  the other could find no seat, except at  ' the ajde ojj- a "lady," 'jwho tf'eally occupied -iwo stints by 'jgittjng in. the middle  o fa:?two swvt spitce. f:Our Unfortunate  fiicnd stood and waited, plainly indicating that he wished to sit down, but either too reserved or too much afraid to  ask the "lady" to move along. Just  then'.tbo ear .started with.a. jerk and our  fijcnd inxidvjpjrfceptly ^njblcd, up against  tho "lady." And, my word!* didn't slio  give him* a' "dressing down." I never  JLlWfl. BUSk, P. .to.rjrcii*'- .o,f. abuse, and she  wound, up ,"?.v charging, him. with beingt  intoxicated nnd ordero'd' the conduotor'  ���������to put .him. off tho car. I waB boiling  ���������wjth; indignation, because I know my  'fileiid to" ^���������'w,;Hioi(,aitfelr<*gerixtlemik'n,'':'wit  ns I vff\9 a stranger to tho country I  thought'ljt best not to interfere. Tho conductor l-*ot out of tho difficulty by re-  fiisln*g'trf hoar. Lator ho gave us tvn ox-  presalvo'jwink, accompanied hy a broad  >{rin  cup of flour, one-half cup of cold water,  two well-beaten eggs, a tablespoonful ot  melted butter, a aaltspoonful of" salt and  a teaspoonful o* sugar*- .Add the whites^, jng"miemhership   coirpnittee  of the eggs after the other ingredients? ���������   *  are mixql.   Dip each slice^'Af p������ar in th^  batter and fry in deep, hot fat, dram  and  dust with powdered  sugar;   serve  hot.   The batter, like all fritter batteis,  is better if allowed" to stand an hour or  two before using.  CHIPPED PEARS.  Firm sweet pears may also be preserved as "chipped peaTs,"   and make      an  ,a4P������eable..cQi)se9'A:e., "Re^fi^^eU^lav^  orcd peais. Cut them into thin shavings with a sharp knife, or a potato sli-  efir.-.'Weiglf the-sha-wng^.^lwv.ia.. BOW?-;  , of sugar to every pound of them 'and the  juice of four lemons". 'Make"a" rich syrup  of the sugar^nd. iWtjqn.,Mce with a little water. t!oo������Tfhe 'sfiavings In this syrup for abQ^^Ssf^fefiR^^i^Xi.ii^-il they  V  !og manure is valuable fbr aff*!ci'opgv  eitl(er alone or "misted'tvith other stable  mafiuie, lb-can usually be handled to  belter advantage .mixed, as it is consid-  ere^i rather strong for some crops when,  useu alone in a liberal application.  Calves lequiie' not only grazing, but  pleflty of shade "an'd water"'If* the 'pis-'  tiuf does not have fresh' \vatei' and shelter? against the-burning tityn of the sun,-  ������0*1 gtowth and development cannot he  cjtu'scted tiom the calves.  4 reader w^t?jto,lviip^Y"}yhat^ g8pd^.  to Keep flies ironi a horse?" The*foifow-  in<^ aie  recommend"^:,   a .,���������., ,, ,  5 Take the horse into ^tjie .yard, and,  having provided a pailful of water, a  spc^ngc and a piece of carbolic or whale  oiljfeoap, first wash tlie 'legs of" the horse,  and then the Jwhole body, "leaving some  soajpsuds to dry upon the skin.  4 Moisten the .hair, .especially of the  taij pnd nostrils, with- a stiong decoc-  iiah of hazelnut leaves.. By means ot  tlu& decoction the. eggs'which the-flies  Iny- on the skin of the horse are also de-  stifoyed. ' -      ������    ��������� -c  A correspondent wants to fcnaiV^Iiow to  e?.������eiminate.or drive -iway'jnoles that  aier devastating the lawns" and gardens.  They niay'b'ev'capthrfe'd 5n their burrows  in-the eveningly a shovel and spade, or  by;; the use of traps. The fennsylvania  Agricultural Depactmentj iias a bulletin  (Vp. 31) on moles that is worth having.  ltVAvill be sent fiee by addressing the  Department at State College, Pa.  A horse should always be tied to a  hitghing post with a strong ������trap or rope  wbjch passes arouft'df'tolie nec'k through  thtf ring in the. hit -is better than the ordinary strap fastened "im the ring,.suoh"  as:.usually come������ with bridles. 'If p, horse  h%i acquired the'habit-of breaking loose  tijr this plan and fool him when he tries'  it -.again., A horse, should always he. ,tieti  so,!*tljat he cannot get [his, head tq the  grjuri'd.-' He will stand' more quietly 'ii  compelled to keep his head up!*.   "'  *  /"  'J.n spite of the crop fcar^s. Eresideiij  H^U, of the Great Northern Road, says  thj-re will "rfot" be lendugh" cars to handle  tli|* grain-^raisedj and.that there will be  tremendous congestion at all the big  grfein centres.  tlhere was born on the farm of AH. P.  Teekwar, near Allcntown, Pa., a perfect  foi that;.purpose.    Tjteir uniform com-   co|t that weighed dh'lyr'15'p'ounds. It is  prises a?*l'khaki and .Scarlet tunic.^ dark I smaller- than-an average fox terrier and  blue skirt trimmed with white braid and   }/Jjn perfect health, lt is a  registered  'ititute for good practice .in other  re-  , spects, and a cow's yieljjL cannot be doubled by carding and. brushing alone,  'Records kept at Hopenheim, Germany,  ���������=dnee 1885 show that during that jperiod  ^lie^e *,yere 2,521 births in the herds, of  wliich 1*16 were twins. In 28 coses both  were heifers, in, 35 cases both bulls and  \u 33 cases the sexes were unlike. Twins  were more common withhold than with*  ���������young cows and could be traced to 44  .out of 55 bulls used during the 25 years.  There were nine pairs of twins in the  progeny of one bull, whicn was used sor  -two years.    The  progeny of  the heifer  ���������.4>vins could he traced in only 16 cases,"  in half of which.I>oth,Twins were heifers.  In three of these cases both heifers were  fertile, while in the other five one twin  was bred, the other being weak arid  sent to the butcher. Of" the 11 which  were bred none1 ^-&*'bSi;������h!'tfc't,vnffe?, nor  ��������� did their offspring up to the fojirt-hj generation. Of the' eight cases where** the  sexes were different seven of-the heifers  weie feitile and one was fertile,  boie a fertile' heifer.  but  THE  GOLDEN   TOUCH.  a scarlet service cap with silver band and  badge. \   ������������������"*   The   Huckster-Man.  Oh   do you know our nucKster man?  His name is Mister Brown,  Aud all the children think he is  The nicest man in town.  Sometimes he rings a little bell,  -���������To! teli he's on th?. w.to^.'-;..>\7: "--"*���������  Bur. other times he just calls out,  And then we hear him "say:  "Ap-polea,   ap-polea," ap-poles,   'ta-toea  -'  'Tatoes,. ap-j-jples.^ 'tatoes."  Iie5lias'a*uTlBh't 're'a wi^gon,';'' ^ J '���������'"'  <'���������  And-q. big and, gentl6 horspr, ,,    -''���������  .  And the wagon's, plie^ with 'bajwelsl ,  * Failed v\;Jth tfcirjgs t;o .eat, ,p$ couree,.  .  And he never peems to min,a,a, .bit ., (.  '.������    ���������  V'.d  '-������  vlRecoyorod a! tost IU8 Ine.  .' :r*all' lost ni'in<>i whloli'lids'boon^lilo  .���������wJtf.jO'jfyUo wiap of mftpM BUiQp.^hojIn-;,  ;,ffi'*.p.1 uprising near herb in 187T, was lo-  jcat'ca Yt.H'10 wook hy Hank Humiston, of  v on a iw'HAAlhon'piii-wliftn.UHrf-tohemanioaiiuo  :' -around ono flay niiil^silWbffuar -wonld-li*VM<>.  Ay ���������''.'tb d I adli*A*a<i' jhil b i': . vv-lA-r ;. IMyityy ;���������,*���������],  X: x'i, Y f'Tii"!* lhtocnllH������ rff pvy W<ftM'[9aWh:.,*  XXX, '��������������� 'Noi'-^rtJa-lio.' If WM .bcciruw-of- my������  ' V color j'-.'tlio SVIilid ,,clirpt*������l't<h*������V iCcfirsiea'it*'  ���������;;,     Work With tiip, .' '*'        ���������".':>'"������������������������������������i r-'fr-  flompotitiorfi wnsawfllfd*,  |';' ', ;i*d tlie.oon^mofc. ;for ,.(y Ca.thollo nohool'-'  ^ '   limine. VI hava .'earned nioro :tlmri HUf.OOO  ���������this y-oittt*;' ffa'^fiir^.iviii^'I ../j'fhploy ,'t-wonty-  flvo men,; f.pniirj,; of', fyhoxny, r6fui������l .to  ���������work with'Wc on tlrii-t Writ*'BohbolhWii  job. '    :��������� ,.' "���������'������������������.��������������������������� ���������'* ���������:��������� ��������� y ���������..,..���������������������������   ���������'.'  A "Tho flmt thing I did when I wrtnt  -to iiidluiiit wtiM.ti* ������i������Murt my dVinlriilillity  for ������iion"*y.<().I(,feno\kr I was,i*iitl.tlc<l,tQ It  Jufct n* thu'iiarup,i#w*nl,JtJI������4A.ti>. Trufih'  nlr and minfililne, A motor of my mio-  ������cm linn hefii my montnl attitude to  ,wf*r<! wy������flf nnd otliorn^    V  **D!,i tt .ever oityT to yon Vtet'Tre ft  ������on������innllv fflvlntr    autr thouifhti    that  ������/ftct tbo������o nbout* uet   I tn������k������ It ������  ,,Trr.r.'.','Who has epent many wear*/  jnonthtfi and has travelled hundrods , of  niilbti up and down the Salmon River in  aoftrtoltvof tho npot. Hia find is a dike a  'hnndrfid^foot wide, which runs high in  .���������valuotf;|,'i:t; Jn composed of gravel ,ond  :tal������; wj-tlch 1 prolimlnary tc������to bHovt to  ydntaHir.gold in. paying quantities.  ������;���������; Tho?W'S'f'Tli8!rhiinoV roads Ukp a Vo*r  marion. Orlff ARohcirti- fotihel it in 1877,  tond; ���������n6hb^khow,'fOt':HB IdiJatlori.,-?',Tlwn  '���������slttugihtorod. Robo|i;t^tt^BCapod up,; fllato  'O'f'oole andioarrled-.B, yhita Wi>iiian, witji  ���������hinyjiWhilo  ynnyavfJ  agiilnA loo   , _  strike  tlllK? 'JM'bk'AQlranmt^lUb **<soirro8*  ^pndonco Spokane Herald.  .;.,>,.) ,ini< mil ������'��������� V")"'1  "I"'',. .������������������,,,.,.,   ..  ';'';;: ^irMUSONXL niCSENTMENT.'  ' ���������:}       (Wa*lilngfc6h; Stajti.) -   ". i,  :��������� "What makflu Una, Fllnnjllt 'W> dotor*  rnlnotl to .booomo a votorV1 '  ������������������Slio aay* it's timo to put a ������top to  the Khaamoful ahiisau of.authority now  In bvlilonoo." ' .. '    '   A        .  ������������������But ������ho.\i80 .to.ho.I-aiJIXrorojit .to ���������uc'U  matt-fern." '  .���������  ������'^ph. .HuliiAtft tWSrotJSMy^rtuij*'d.  Yoir;������oo, a lK)llc������mttnvcall>!*, ������������$������������������4 fW  told '\mWwould have to put!������ -mufatie  on liar doa.-S���������������,'-������������������'* . ������<���������������������������. ..-i-. ���������..,.,��������� .......-.. ,���������;*,  i^>������������ ***  Wnicli  coolninl houBeic^-SBsWfr'frft'nd, and ono  which they served-.-witli..cream, and candied fiuits,   Prepaio the syrup to cook  'tii'i&oiWp'pfe'tf^^  and, cook .only a few at a time.  RICE   CpJ6QUEi'Tl'Ss',:'\VlTii tfdft&fco  SAUCE.  Take on,e-half cupful of lico and stonm  in'a."dtfiilil'e'bulle*f "tt'lthMOnc-half'cupful of-  bdiling, .water.    Whop tjlnj.;i-ice-Jia8 absorbed all tho water, odd ono cupful of  *lMtl'd*d������;milk,������'stirring.������������lightly.. with;, -n  folk.      Cover and stonm until tho ilco  is soft.  'Remove from flro nnd add beaten egg and butter, about a tabloapoonful  and suit to taste.   Place on t������ &hallo\v  plato to cool; then shape into balls   or  ovnls and roll In crumbs.   Dip In egg nml  then in ciumbs again.   Fry tu deep, hot  fut.   To ninko the tbhiato aniicc, take  TtwiV't'ablcappohfwls of-'V^  witlitvyp tajilospobnf ula. of- flour Ihy:   ������'  douhleboUcr, inciting :tho Imttor before  adding, tlip flour, thon add one cupful of  tomatd jiVico prepared oh follows i      To  oniiqntirt of tomatoes add one teaspoon*  Ki'l of'sugar; orio-half toaspponful of ������alt  and a speck of popper, ono sllob of onion  aiid one-fourth of ft hay loaf, and one or  two clbvoB and small red popporB. Placo  6n the stovo and allow to remain about  twontv hilnutoB or until tho flavors aro  It-Job has been added to the buttor and  itlour, ,dtlr.fU!ittl it, tlij.ck. ������a\ip������,jthon, pour  over thb oroquottefi.   Anothor ricb arid  ���������-*toto^<W*M>tittlw^  alico or two b������ onion in butter In. tbo  bottom of iho soup poti TfWiir in a iJWtvli  The children standing by. ���������.    .  We always run to meet- him������.. ,,-i^   i/    ..  ���������\Vhen \v& Wear hls:-v������'ell-knoWn,-.cry:  "AP-poles, ap-poles,-ap-poles,  'ta-toos.  *ta* toesA. ap-poles,   'ta-toes."  An'd then he says,   "Here  aonny,  live saving this for you." '  And down there comes an apple  Or a plum, or maybe, two;  Or;  "Sister, how'd you like a peach?"  He has a gift for all, ,  Iso wonder that we children like  rJ!o hear our huckster call:  . "Ap-poles,  ap-poles," ap-Roles,  'ta-toee,  'ta-toes, ap-poles, 'ta-toeB.'*  ���������Youth's, Companion.  i;   ���������: ,. > Brcakin,g  tbe ,Neyys.  Tlio eminent poet.and s'turlont of Tyro-  lese peasant l!fc,.Pete,r Rosegger, givps  nn intcrestlngi instance of the manner in  which  bad news is broken .by tho'vU--  .lagers of his countr-yv.- It recoJIs the' fam-  (iu������  ballad of the  knight, whoso page  took the news of the warrior's death to  thjp ladv and began by telling her that  bor littlo dog JmuI Jicon,jniu������cd,,    .,...  ,;. After, a recent lioavy thunderstorm a  ���������fpyrolpsjc'^an.s'iiiit ciiiiie' into' tlio *vlW������ge  .jj^n.'nnd joined a-Ind ofl8> wh'o hatliheon  ^linking beer and 'hmbking 'n .pipe, -nn^l  \jiii8 just ".k,iIiir bnuk-.tn -Hu* ,haying,",  ;������low,that the rain had eoa-ied.      .������������������ ������ .'���������  .<f* f'3ltAfttiOl'-a1 w1lHft;V:Aiild-' t.hfrsndweonioi*,  ;/yqu can afford ,H,".  AfAvt.^liijidliig ut  i';(cli(y tnlilb- foi*' aotne minute*, Jto went oil :|  AVv/fclljAmy Ailonr Mafcr yoii've'Agrown ������i  Shetland  thirteen years ago -a l>elawara- farm-  er|;loweied two pounds of butter in   a  ti<������htly-coveied bucket in a well to cool  xiie string broke and tiie   bucKet  Vlli.  fn.rmer was cleaning out hia well and  found the bucket of butter sonnet' arid  sweet as.-a.������nnt.'"i    ..     -,.  A young ,jipple tree, does not require  much pruning ulitil'it'is' tour or f-iVfe  years old, and the tree can ,be shaped  '-better at that a.ge than *when early  pruning is resorted to. The orchard that  has been properly carefi.foF requires very  little pruning after it ,come3 into, Jull  bearing. .-      . ^        ^ ,  *' Exercise 14 essential, to the lyelfare bf  both mare and fqal. ^ Greeji pasturage is*,  bf coutsej the^ ideal environment Jfor the  biood mare, and- especially "by. Its. cl&aW  .liness'.ha's a':saiiltary-f������ff<*:6t in the "prevention of ills. The early foal witlioattl  the advantages of this environment, is  peculiarly liable to tho contraction of  disease fv6m' germs lurking in the stable.  The woolly.apple louse is cauolng an  limisiinl amount of damage in New England orchards this summer. It is easily  K-coguizod by the >voolly or..cottony ap-  pjar.tnco  oi the  branches 'which it in*  e*.- Ji-*"  Jxi --- j I * - ������^  King Midas Found   It Brought a Lot  of Trouble When the  Fairy Gave  It  To   Him.  ���������* i  King Midas was not only the greatest king in the world, but- then Tick- * - ->  est ihan "that ever lived.  'He? bad -BOfcnHiQh    gold  thai, ���������-fc������>*  .,'  ���������really -didn't know where to keep it,1  andiwas afraid most of the time "that    \  .he \^wMjb^jy*{h*>eA,^-iCb#t \ya^.a4ic������-     i  ,_ ���������.....___..      riblt��������������� tliouglat .to  IMidas,  tec,  for Jie  w^nt to the bottom. A few days ago the . prized 'liis gold "toore -than anytiang \ ~  *_,     -.._.._. .__,.  ..,_    _ ..  -   .ifn the world,-unless,it, was .his^ little - ,  -daughter," Marygold.     ","*    * ,"   "'  But, 'although 'this king1- was-Vim- ��������� **-'  mensely wealthy, he was far from,  being happy. He wanted^^reF^g^Mi1'' -  One; 4% MidaSr was ���������dow^ in -the^ *  cellar of hisv palace playing with his  gold^tt* ��������� -trfcateunes.*1 r 'It xwa^* Kis^ iEaj-' *% *  orit^.,jftmMsemen)i, b������i ^although .tbe^e, .*,������/.  were big banels and boxes of glitter- S  ung treasure aroubd hini1 he -'wben^t'' -,  satisfied. ,. ,  .While he was1 ������������������tfTfihrftg**'foJ^'SAohe"-  treasjuuel   a .^trqngep.. mpp*^ared. lu ������l-.t.'"  though   Midas ��������� had   carefully ��������� lqcked  the dobr, he  WAsn't** safptiBfe'd, ���������   bfe*'*'*'*'  causo. fairies, were ccurin(ioni,iri. -tho^e,.^.  days, and thoy could go any place^   T).  lp.ck"'or nb lock,'���������   "  ���������������������������"���������'  '''"      "'���������*"���������'  *  The fairy came to grant Midae his.'.  dearest wish.   "I wish that whatever ' -  I touched would  turn to gold,"    %������#. ,  said. ,��������� v      ,      ,,      ��������� ,,  ,  Your wislV will' 'fcoiiie 'trii*' tb-mor- ' *  row (morning,".said Ihet-fairy, disap- ,.'.  penring.    . , ...  ' Midns-'jumi?6d"outi'd������ tlod TcpUl'*arl-jr< ���������'  tests.       lt sucks ;<*Ml!*tltc*aikp and the  nox.t morrifiag- to tryvhisv xnagw tpucb.i,.  ^'hitct' ns,a;shbot, Tho p'oaannt*theii**c;x .  jrtn-iTtea: tMiii't Jils father, two-sli* torsi arid  ���������i)f-brothb>,;,wlio had ��������� inkcrt'shelter fi'phi-  mp i^in;viMfe an,o)ii..ftr,tJtroo. iuid ail  ilfl-eii killed fliy*tho llghtnliig striking tlib  :j-?e'Q.*^yb������^^  f\x\ of*hbllml,Tleiii*'*Thlekbn.with.b*.table  spoonful of butter, rubbed smooth In  " a tabloHponfill; of flour, Soujs<),u.ltp; Vt^f  with salt, peppor and n litlo uugar. Roll  up:and!,sp*Ry������v, >>. . .i^; ... ������������������ l;,  ���������;i.���������yBTjiOW TOAJfATO JPKATIS.  Ono pook yellow po������.# tomatoos, four  Icrtiicins, sliced, throe pounds out loaf su������  gnti Uire������ pints wntb-r; 'tjcald tl������o toma-  tooii and'remove the sklnn. Plrtngo In  !eotd ���������WAfc'flr ��������� ���������n������T;lot -utaud .tan''iftluutafc  ���������T-bcii* drain tlioroughly, \yjtbyn sl)ivrp  kfllf������''m������Ul:������ a^ut^in tho flowed ond fit  tllin fomato and sif|ue������������o, out tho ���������������������*!������  dlMnrdlng th������m. Maku * ������yrui������ of tha  ���������ugtin1; wntbr 'tondfloihont and Itoil Un  inluuteii.   Now -put in tbo prepared to-  invf when she !������ on Uu������ itatae* sha nuter   ���������mumtei..     ,_._,.  t   nJX\ I?���������? K������H*fi**.u   T������t������l������ Twin-   t������ato*������ nwl ������v������wk ������lowljr until elear look  t'.fcMtoMH-"W������ll,':--I oan'fc '������������������������ tbat tbe ������Intjf.   P  pdasongbrs, ah' ine'roasb' 6vbr bMa tyriaccH  , Un%ow,Va'r>'.Ql^t;IuVtho sltnv mW  ���������Hip numbor of fivo cent farb'pa-ARbngbrn  onrrId-l--nri(; likJlUdlnft transfori-passong'  ^r* -2%a������ over fourteen hundred rrtlllloif,  rtn l^rensc ViveOJie jirftenfhg' jf*ay ot-  fortyi-fourMIIW&     U,; ��������� ii, i;.' I     l  foro*%arrlod moro than -on.oAapd & 'l*nlf.  ���������KlmaiuaB many paid passongprs: ils ,:ari  iiio railways of *WiV 'kuitr^'^nd'Hlib"  AumWr of traetlpn unssonBO.r������j,Jncroascd  ���������twenty times W rapidly as Ufa ndmllor,  rtt rjaflway'pasflo tho.v Out-  "*.     ���������j������j-      'i1''   ly "m.A't'jy';. *   '.*-. j rV' '' ".-'.''Vv  / Oruslty  to Animals.  i ;Tfilol, ftgbd 7.������*rjU*������ f**d������W tbw cat at  tbV<Alnn*r tabio, -wa*' Teprfovod by her  latwu-, -Witt, mmm \wmk ������**> ���������������������������*  ''walFunilr laW, whoreupon tho ���������mall  girl want and soldi ��������� ���������:,       .   . k I  ������T think It la'������, ������hame. Just baoause \  strong soapHuds fippi^ars to bo thp only  remedy thai* is oi much use.      ���������   - ' <  Somehow ov'bthbi* sheep havo always  been associated with fertility of, thorsoil.  They arc regarded' a'*' good  fertillzora,  'and* we think it Is propci to give 'them  ii groat '\16iil "Of ��������� iMdtl*' for it.   At any  rate* famp, novor got poorer whon thoy  mv dopnsturod  hy'-RiVop,  but  thoy do  increase, in rlchuoss     until itbecomoa  -practically, inipossjjbjo ,.t<������ rajso oats oa  such lands.   Sheep are islose croppers-and  will cat grass, we^do;^iid itJ^l-foUagpA 'o't  ti-iioH,. an<l .  Biioh portib  .it not nedf  'body over , ���������      _ .  'nearlyall tho tihibVoivt plenty of grass  if ''tlioy. have! it to .ioat; lind aro"  Atoii*  >an������.ly.cngti'geil4urco|ivorting toed,into  mutton/ wool ahd'tfortlllty.- ��������� ��������� it .lias boon  said-'bt.-tlib'. slidcsp'-V'ts 4iobt,r Is (golden//  and it has alsi) boiht.said .ot tlib; slicpr>(  thht it has, no.wasto.'atid iov-that��������� roa-  'son will  thrive>an well. on', woods., aim  ;Viio\v-o.lwl.lt,'.,^IJ',;wi'.'grass..   We  aw  ,,pot prepared to ondoriw all of     this.  Slioon scbhi-'t'o bo not very fastidious i*i  i;b������ardH'itorba8(t������, arid Will usually     oat  ���������������������������*&MHHm-: ������������������  :���������..���������.; i ;���������*  ������A^'������V������'ii*.'N**N������u������>fi.������-  ��������� <���������������<  nroim^^^������n(lWwl-^ .Wilft i\ ; ���������Wioit'-volftJ:.X "<  oat'iiothliig putrid, aM no animal miiW    : Yon need rest.  tov-'Af-'ftH;" ���������Oathflgo'lias'iiochiiirma forv   : Xv* cn������ilv managed,  'il ���������' ��������� ������������������   ������������������   *'���������;.*���������    ������������������������ ��������� *^ .! ���������    **���������'��������� ���������������������������   ������i        wf*������    "  ��������� ...-ill'  .l/.'il  i ���������'���������'.,.'���������  iajco'df-'jU ''dff^tliiiidit ihb!<ioiv and hbifs-  tho quality ofl-lio nillk; during the pro/  ootts of manufa^nro. lt���������*luiuhl theraf  forb ho a part of tho prnotion in ovorirj  wAII-rtianngflddaftT, but It*Hi*nftt*iv���������������u\g  SB  auiMenes think* much of her, tlther."  Ituj.   I������I������mj������ in pint jar* of Jslly giassMl .ho Is ������ poor dumb animal, to troat her I HM^w  a.ad mkI. .-,���������..     Uk������ ������ birud tlUU'���������HuOkOlii Uh. ..        . / .B������ .W,.  ; ". (yiri  '   .' ��������� I' ���������       :\,,:  Aiid It must bo* tjibroiigh.       "    1,WA,  '\\\ tlchi. flotJilng; r������y������\ rowe off.  Tlio 'hiilr"should Woken' 'dVwn .ffltil.  c-vtfii vff),** - <**'i  -*������������������ '"������������������' ���������   - -- *'(���������*>'xi',<*..'���������<*  :   it..U b'^t. to Ho^down^n'i-k^piM'n!!  t-yes cjortod. ��������� ',..'���������.     . A *���������.". V"'' :. ['.  'Washlfiff' tlii- farf|f'-1nrt*wilr*W'vfHt6K:1������'  bcflln Avltn.hnlpu. '.-. ���������  ..���������..,.';. i...���������,.!*������; ii ������.,*,���������'. 1  .  Women wb.o,rl*o.,i>arly 1������������J������������Ml|������lly MCfdA  ti,f������ rest hour.  ��������� ���������   t,���������:������������������,:    ��������� y' :"'X 'y  nhw.������<i.������.il������iiinl.> .iUw>������wawwU������i...*il'iw������il.  aalc ufinLcnoji;  ' In waBmndiesrofmisgorts. Try  ��������� boir. Every dealer ovarywharo.  The Imporlnl OH Oo^Ltd.  si  *.^  f ..  .and' had.lu*r..8ummdnad,to broalfinet*..:-  But what wns Midae' surprise whon .  all -tlio "f&'od ^iV tdtifihdd 'tUfii-etiMO'1 '5  gfold, -and- althousli<,-he ������-Had n.. yplu:, 11  ������blo breakfast, as you may suppose. >  lio couldn't oat ii'tltin'gl 'TIioit>hert" V  Mary8<>W'������tan aioii������dito has; ohair, tQ ,.(  comfort,.hirn ho, ^togpod to kiss hor ,  and fhbrolstie stood; U hard; y<JlloW,":  wQepih'g*'bUtr3rljl������j:'Vi ���������ii.\'y.u:.\^yAt{:^\i'*M''' '��������� ���������  Woll, it's .roaliy,���������.iinuoaa.iblo, toV. 6ay.������ .s  1--   -      -���������������������������'������������������    ���������  ������������������   oomoi,iu8tr.,tUon;Y-u  .��������� bavo staryfld, to;;���������,-���������   , Wdkotirhtfart*'biisidb ,Af  fr6m������'gpio\ring-;jovorJ IhcVlpSK q!,;Jilft"d  ,'p'i;otty,l-'toay; ..littlo J^arygold^V;  .;,,.,yX';���������],;���������;  "Midas said bo.had/ dhan^-b^Vmirtdj: ,|  ���������and tho fairy took off tbo^bllght^.or ,  "iho goldort'^biiblft'.ttrffi'ial'tMinUair.dilH .  covpjiod ior.-.tho first, timo ..in 1>*\S; ;lifo ;* *  *wbSrW Mrb'^fwM-mbM���������������������������iyaluflUo;!f-thftBkr������-^.  b'ard,i'Yolloy/,.''irold.'.;,,, .  .    ��������� V.jV y,.,,^  ' 'Ararygoldyv ' Oh.'yds;' sho������; Mcame A  ju������tr">* iwtriMt'C'tltUtfifrglrlv'jri������a,itt,i/An4./l   ;  botjv of#Ithjom, woro .vory Jmppy..     . vy,';  ,-~.r a  1*>  W  *i������!  .>������iy  yy  ���������r\y:.  ���������r>\  Y.tf  AH  if  OH-fl  ���������..���������> ���������.',  ������������������'iXx  ���������llV���������',���������������v���������^^.,.  i"iy.;  '������������������'"��������� *������������������"'��������� '���������'''���������'. i ���������''���������xffls  ���������AXAXyyX^A  1 u ,������.���������,(./.. v  ' ll<;,:'..-'.;.toj������iii r  Xfxyx,  .  \- '? :-%\ i ���������- -      -���������* t"   *   '���������'<'-:'��������� '-*y,^.- cv -' ,   "- ���������, - v  ^  I  r  '"-->/vv sa "'fyfyxxy y^ps-yXy, f ^^-i^^f^i^sifis������^  ....  ,y v -v.,; A;Y-;iy <y" . yxyyy' "yy'V- ;'V'VV^A^"-A<:VAyS^;t  Xy '-. "-y '  <     y". "        . *    >   .���������,-'-.' -y/"Av-    ;v    ..   f ~y  ~  y,.*, -**��������� <f^,  "* , r *? " '-ii - -        ^ *> ** ���������* ,        < ���������* -rf    -e' '  *������   ���������*���������  PROFESSIONAL  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Firu, Life ttud Acoident j>jrem*>ao������  REAL KSTATB, Etc.     ,  TRAIL      -      -      -   B.C.  CHAS. MOORE. C.E.,  11 O.   LAM'   SCttVEYOR  AND    ARCIItTBCl  Plans and Specifications  CKKSTON  -  I).  ANDERSON  BftmtiK    OOfc^TMBIA.    LAMP     SURVEYOR  TRAlJU  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & CO,  Real Estate and lnswauce.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  Don't overlook the new plumb-n* on  Sirdar Avenue. Ed F John-ion, See  his ad. elsewhere iu this issue.  Charles French, who has been here  for the last few ilnys, loft for Bull  River on Tuesday Inst.  See H. S. MeCrenth's new nd. in this  week's issue. Parties want ing sleighs or  cutters should not fail to read this ud.  over very cnrefully.  Ring up phone No. 85, Ed. F. Jnhnson  when you need au experienced plumber  For Sale.���������82*) acres of crown jjri'iiiirnri  excellent Frnit Laud <>ii K������i>ttjii������i Liko.  Lot 913. Apply, C. P. Hill, Hilh-ruM  Mines, Alberta 1."������-1  The Review now has a large s������ nek ol  various kinds of Letterheads and Envelopes, also Ladies' Visitiug Cards. Cull  aud give ns your order for Pall Stationery.  See Ed. F. Johnson, the plumber,  before buying that gasoline engine.  LiQi'Oit Act- 1910  (Section 49)  Notice is hereby  given,  that  on  the  application  GUY   LOWENBERG  Consulting EisaixBQK  CRESTON  B.C.  y>   -^^Y/LAND SCRUTON  JV..    K7VJ V*i  (Diploma London Assn. Accountants)  Auditor  jLJfu Accountant  Batanse sheets prepared and verified  Books balanced, opened and cIosihI  Partnerships aad company auditing  svill be marie to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police for the transfer of the  license for the sale of liquor by retail in  and npou the premises kuown as the  Creston Hotel situated at Crestou, B.C.,  from Moran & Moad tu John B. Moran,  of Creston, British Columbia.  Dated this 14th day of October 1910-  Moras Ss Miud  Holder of License  John B. Moras  Applicant for Transfer  We bave a. First- Class ^foh ^Printing Department  *  and your orders <will be in the hands_of experienced printers  /  BaroaPSBaffiggsBsgs^^  PRESTON  B.C.  CRESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  'mir Lund.0. Town Prooer'y snd Insut  awe  Letter oeaas,  Dill  neaus  Envelopes, Cards  CRESTON  B.C.  ������<���������*������������������������������������>������������������������ ��������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������ ������ ������*������*������e  i %  % With a Local Flavor |  ���������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������>*������������������������������������������������������  See Ed F. Johnson's new ad. in this  issue, he is making a specialty of tin  and enamel ware.  Chief of Provincial Police John T.  Black paid Crestou an official visit last  Tuesday for tho purpose of inspecting  the hotels of Creaton preparatory to the  renewing of their licenses.  St. J. Long, G. M. Benny, E. Mollan-  Aatae nnd J. K. Johnson, have been  appointed delegates to attend tbo Prc-  ���������ylnolal Conservative Convention nt  Nelson on Thursday and Fridny of this  ���������week.  Angus Ourrle left a fow doys ngo for  bis old home at Trenton, One. Mr  Ourrle has uot been homo for thirty  ���������years. AnguB was one of tbo originators of the famous Bayonne camp. He  expects to be away about six weeks.  The SIcKiin ranch is being improved  with despatch this fall. Tom Quaifo is  getting after the big stumps with a vengeance, and whon they are all removed  fruit trees will be planted. Tbis ten  acre plot is changing iu appearance  every few days as tho work progresses.  Thn Hattlestad ranch of nine aores on  the.maln government road, % of a mile  from town, has changed bnndp. Tho  now owner, R. Boadway, of Alberta, is  now residing on his newly acquired  . property. Tho doal was closed ou Sat*  urday last, beiug put through by the  Oreston Valley Investment Co.  In tbe mixup last week between Mr.  If. Closer and a luwborjaek named  6*Uiv������ Manly which roaultcd in tbo  latter being fined $10, wo understand  that tbe nocusod in this oaso was moro  seriously injured than appeared at tbo  timo to be the case, having sustained a  broken noso aud two brokon ribs in (He  fray.  We -want wore settler* iu the Oreston  distriot of (tho stamp of Messrs. Goorgo  and Menu, who recently purohused tbo  Mike Glaeor property. Thoso outer-*  prising young men hav*, although only  the owuorn of their new holdings a few  days, iitftrted to make extensive lot-  provemeoii ou tbe plot of orobard land  tliey were fortunate ououuh to bave  seoured,  Fa* BAr.n.���������A parlor m\U>, also t������ ooucb  and Ubbt.���������Apply to Btvltw onto*,  Liquor Act 1910  (Sectioi������85)  Notice is hereby given" that on the  first day of December next .application  will be made to the Superintends*tt ot  Provincial Police for tbo grant of a  license ior the sale of liquor by retail  iu and upon the premises known ns the  Greston Hotel, situate at Creston B.C.  upon the b^jds described as lots 2 and  a iu Block So, townsite of Crestou, B.C.  >>*(?#* ������hw *ith *������ay of October 1910 i  Iaks B. MORAK, |   * Applicant  LnjcoR Act 1910  (Section 43)  Notice is hereby given that on the  firsc day of December nest application  will be made to tbe Superintendent of  Provincial'Police for renewal of the hotel license to sell liqnor by retail in the ho-  .���������^   1-���������. ���������   .-.-   *W������  1?w^^U.������,r,������,    t3r\.r,*    <.Z.r%4,.r.  &^^  XViA^^T.  LA   ..O   .AAV.   M... ������^>������%.3^.A������    ^~������.^������x/������    ....<������������.������������.,.  at Erickson in the Province of British  Columbia.  Dated this 14th day of October  1910  "Walter W. Hall  " Applicant  Ci  rcu  ars  rrt   rf  in fact, anything and everything in the <way of ntgn-  Grade Commercial Printing at the  LIQUOR ApT 19JO  (Section 42)  Notice is hereby given that on the  first day of December next, application  will be made to the Superintendent ot  Provincial Police for the renewal of the  hotel license to sell liquor by retail in  the hotel known es the Sirdar Hotel situate at Sirdar iu the Province of British  Columbia,  Dated this 14th day of October, 1010.  A. North   Applicant  Liquor Act 1910  (Section 43)  Notice is hereby given that on the  first day of December next, application  will bo made to the Superintendent of  Provincial Polioe for n rouewal of tho  Hotel License to sell liqnor by detail in  the hotel kuown as tbo Burton Hotel  situato at Oieslon in the Province of  British Oolumbin.  Dated this 14th dHy of October, 1010  Wiumam Burton   Appllaaut  Liquor Act 1010  (Scotiou 10)  Notico Is hereby giveu, that on tho  first day of December next, nppliontiou  will be mado to tbo Superiutoudout of  Provincial Polioo for tbo grant of a  licouno for the salo of liquor by whole-  salo in and upon tho premipns known no  ThoOroBton Wine ������fc Spirit Oonipnnv  Storo situato at Crouton B O, upon the  lands described ns L*i No. US in Block  'A" towiiBito of Creston, B.O.  Dated tlii* 1 lib day of Ootobor 1010  Bidnisy Pootiiu  Applioaut.  Nelson iiiiiul District���������District of  West Kootenay  Take Notice Mxty days after dato, 1, Emel-  liie White Lodge, widow, intend to apply to  t lie Chief Commissioner of Lands und Works  tor permission to purchase the lollowing described land? in west Kootenay.  ..Commencing at a post plantod at the H.K.  corner of lot 77J7, thence south 40 chut iih,  thont-Ci U'est -to clialnR, thenco north 40 chains,  thence east 111 clmlns to point ol commencement, containing 160 acres niori- or less.  Dated thlsiath day ol Kept., 1910  KMELINE WHITE l^ODGK  2- II) I'erKobt. Laurie, Agent  Ladies'  CCS,  Cashmere  Hose,. 80 coots.���������  Services Next Sunday.  Methodist Church  Service* on Sunday next: Service  at 11 a.m., Sunday Sohool and Bible  Glass at ������ 8C p.m.; Evening Service,  T.30 p.m. Sac anient of tho Lord's  Supper after evening service.^  P J RuTHiMironu, pastor  Presbyterian Church  Sorvioes will bs hold in the PreBby-  terian Church on Sunday noxt. Morn-  lug sorvioe.U am.; Evouing sorvioo,  7.U0 p.m. Sunday school nt 2 80 p.m.  You nro cordially invited to join our  Bible Chum  S. H. SAHKisstA.il, P.istor.  Church of Hngland  In tbo Now Sohool "House���������-Nov.  20th, Sunday beforo Adyont. Mat-  iiiH mid Communion, 11 ; Alioo Sld������  ing. 8 p in. ; Evensong and Sormon,  7 30 p.m. ; Sunday Sohool, 7 83 p.m.  PfMLIP 0. HAYMAW.Vlcer.  Miiw L. M Soott, Trained Nnrso, of  liuthwoll hospital, Manitoba* is ready  for engagements of any kind, Matornit-y  aspoolalty. Apply Miss Ij. M. Soott,  gonoraldollvory, Moyio, B. O.  "iw.'>aiagj.iJi.l.iim������WMmwiVJW  ���������axrv.  JUST ARRIVED    JUST ARRIVED  A  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  of Tin and Enamel Ware  Ifrmu ouo of tho immt reliable firms.  We will be plciinod to showyou ovor our vurloun nflsortmonts,  ED.  F.  JOHNSON  TliN-S'M''I.T H  **.**"*** if*'"'' "*  ���������^������WM������J>>M'MWl������i|*������^M*ilWl>f'i'l'������^'������iii������*l>l^,l  AND:  PlUflBE R  1 iwiWi������������������������mI  t  *^>  :  GUY LOWENBERG  REAL ESTATE     INSURANCE  MININa  O������Vi0������-TI2I.WPH0Nir CUMTKAL 11I.OCK.  rnoNK t.  '-Billiards-.and. .-Pool  jnjn/n  RoO01  ������^������^������^  Cigars and Cigarettes  Hot or Gold Bafhs;  At Any,/Hoiir;.;";,;Jay;  Razors Ground and Set  It docs soem that womou bavo uioro  than a inir shuro of the oobes aud paitia  ,  tbat nflliot himmuUy; th<������y musk "keep  up," must attend to duties in spite ol!  constantly aching buoka, or hendaohos,  diBBy spoils, beartng'down pains;  they ,  must stoop over when to stoop menus,  torture,   Thoy must walk and bond and  work  witb raokiug  pains nnd  many  ,  hoIkjb from kidney ills,   Kldnoyo causo  moro sufforlng than nuy other organ* ol{'if: 5'^'.* Y  thebidy.   Keep tbo kjdnoys well qud;    t/"'*u  hoaltb is easily mnlntaluod.   Bead of, n V'  romedyfor kidneys only that help* nud, f ,/>  euros the klduoya.  y       '    ���������   ',      'A VA  Mrs. Edward Oalwoofl, of 1D8,' B, *t**m;.. ,..  stroet, Fort William-Out������, <w������! ;; ^ V r-i  <kI sufforeft vivltbAdulKuiiflprabJlopftins,^      ^  Riiroii(OBS across iny beck'Imolc 1������'!d .Mv'b'y'  sldos, for; niotiths;!���������^���������.ffliMV.W-owd^flfctpU..,  uio so bmlly at tiinos^tbablo.oflWjionroiv  ly wove around.   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