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Creston Review Feb 17, 1911

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 nnsm  m*s  ^M-^^[^^W^^WW^&^  iMf^-s^^^mm^im'S&issis  !   with  other kinds;7 consider  Yki>*A\  i^������  oatweofacidsoila where there^asvbeen  a swamp  or forest for. ������-long period.  y-^yxy <-ky$&^ym^:,;Xyxy"X&&������&������x, %Jzy\������k^:*&:g^ iXs-^m^.  Vy'----'.'-'iT'-''-v-^"^���������^?^^ ���������". ���������;,������"��������� ���������,-'.r-:' 'c'^Y.yX--;; ���������y^^v.^.'T? ���������' fT: ��������� ���������,: r^-l ;���������. ..s^.zJJ?... ..i.,.J._,     . . ...... -..,- ...  ���������vks������&*������^  of the last me.eting of Joinhary 18th,v  also the minntes of theVExecutive ��������� Com-  -���������^-.���������^-ISrflM, ijT.---. i->  Fruit Qrow-  the various toasts being ehtnuiastically  ^ebrhary^.''-.VMr.'. Mann Isnggested   the  ers and reqnestirigthe -attendanceof. a  **"������ v^������������s ^sts neing entnniasucany  delegate Vfrom^ Crestou  oh   the 8th of  received, to the accompaniment of mus-  :^;^i������iBM������^'2^ vi^'^ei^d^;^  R. Stewart Grahame;aud-H.-Hamilton:  ���������M$&^^  ������||ifnle&^^  |!^onfiei^^  posed by Gi A.M. .Young and resppuded  '^0^0SJ^^Im^^^0^^0^^{  ticul'ure and Apiculture'-' proposed by  James Compton and,;responded toby E.  ^HtUi^ilmi^  |31n|{^  ''oav-i|;^  fe^ffe|������fi^  $fit^noo^^  Cameron, AandV Buff V McP^kAVapp^rsdV^W  before Magistrate Johnson cbarged^withiAmf;  pyS-V;^ Th?;babterui giving organisintinV ^X^���������,���������*^bWdi^trt *bt ,o*ad ^V*^?^?*^p*^*^  [yXy   -     ; a^ be organize^ to assistthe salesmen this  feii&*l^B^^ ^W^^SM^^m^WW ^^^^A^^������MBiohVit^tiib^MessrBV  close :lp:the;aurfaoe'ftto^ ,&v;v,*'.'.'.-i'?*~^  ^^*-^Wt.t.^-w.tA;VM^Jte^:.h'^;;-hd  PomPton.:F~*??d,RoBe,M^n,Little.  jonn ���������andotheratookpart^ifrwas^leoid-';  vedstol-allp^tt^  matter of reinsurance'' had been deoided  X:Th������  -meeting -thOnV resolved; into  a  Vthe water, and^^ there,'and  ":;|;:^e$������i^^   ���������^_^.^_J&vaji^  ������ due to too muoh inoifltuPftV inA;the -spii.  * ''TWe best wiay.tw.oyerM  a drain around the orchard, or to uader  Iwilh:    Anvnndnr   drain  ���������honldbaidve  bybaddebtB^ Oto.y  meeting resumed ordinary bURihesa. 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It is to 'retirement from Canterbury,' which he  me like tlie serpent timi churius  I*  Wedlock  ;he* declares that j^a������?riage  '     '   SPOiLS GOOD SOLDIERS.  Aft  # 0^/aUvtSe]^worid?Sn  factiii'e,. of .pills vis a. very, profitable^  .*.���������.      i.^_-.. .,-���������,������..-..., ���������^���������n'^ip^g^^n^^'  ������SS&  " |Vi;.Th rt>������?^ieee& CmIu ifn _,5';'^i'������a^Sf  ^������).*^^-.������TV'^'->t^'^   ,���������__  ��������� ii__tiiittw__^____J___fa���������-  WHITE  ������ By RICHARD G  Copyright, 1910. by American. Press  a Association.  &*?*?--ra^''������fe^^^a^^^ir^  /1  miraculous as tluwe waves.   See that  leviathan out  there  rolling In.   True,  his mane is gilded  hy the moon,  but  bis body is blucli.  There is a terror In  his   very   silence     There.   It   breaks'.  J How it pounds the beach!  ,    ���������*! dread the water in auy form." <*he  J went on after a pause.  "Even when it  | is tranquil it is treacherous.  One who  , cannot swim may drown within a few  I feet of land   A current will glide along  like a crawling  reptile, carrying one  who may be caught in it out into the  great, dark, unmerciful ocean.    Oh,  1  bate the water!   ! don't know why I  came here.   I will uever come again."  "Madam."    said    Warrington,    "you  speak as one who has been caught in  the toils of the watery element.   You  have had what swimmers call a scare.  One who has suffered from a fright in  the water will never get over it.  Once  r.r.~=~l    ...~       ^0       t, r.        ������ ... ...^ V. I ^       .���������.1*1. .~.. _       ..   . ���������  never be Induced to trust it again."  "You are right." she said "The re-  lentlessnesa ,of any inanimate force Is  terrinle, bui: K seeiiis to use that th<2  power of water is the most terrible of  all  the ocean? *lt would seem that oue  ship being sucked down into the maw  of the monster would he enough to deter others from trusting themselves  upon its treacherous bosom." *  VTarrinjrtoo was *ure that the lady  had experienced ������.i������uie mishap m ptfve  her this dread of ihe water aud was  curious to kuow the m<-id*>iit Hut he  was too well bred ���������<������ asfc a direct ������.ju<"������-  rlon. Moreover, it occurred io him tbat  possibly   it   might  mental  as   wel*   as a   physical   shm k  from which *.he u.id never recovered.  **l  have had," she went oo, "what  you call a scare,  lt gave me an locur-  I able dread of water, but In itself it  j gradually passed into comparative un-  _    - } importance. There was that connected  ������Ung tbe girl  and drawing its coils [ Wlflj it wMd, bas affected my whole  closer and closer anout her.    It  was , uf^"  realty    an    inanimate    ocean    uncon- ^     --indeed*"  sclonsly surrounding a girl unmindful j    Tb^wo^, ~indeedr te an extremely  An eideriy gentleman sat on the  broad piazza of a summer hotel overlooking the ocean. Beneath him the  ���������waves were curling in on the beach,  casting a line of foam over the smooth  sand, and receding with an effervescing sound. There may be jieople who  can sit and watch this incessant rollings in and recession of waves with a  Stolid indifference. Not so George  "Warrington, whose spiritual part **vas  snade of finer -.tuff than tbat of the  average man or mrniuu To bim the  billows toid stories of infinity More  than tbat. they brought htm memories.  There was a tinjie of sadness iu it all.  for be was aloue in the world, without  ���������wife or child.  The waves were recalliug to him a  picture ot his youth. He had* seen it  from a hotel window. The hour was  between daylight and dark. Far out  on the horizon a full moon was rlsiug.  a belt of cloud across its ceuter. Nearer a black hulk was rising and falling  monotonously. Nearer btill lay a point  of rocks. At low tide it was a little  peninsula, at half tide an island embracing a few square >ards. at full  tide submerged Oo its face, looking  ont upon and absorbed in the beautiful scene, sat a girl. Since she bud  gone tbere tbe sand behind her bad  been covered by the rising waters, and  ehe was unconscious that her retreat  over dry land had been cut off.  Quick thought shot through tbe brain  <of the young man looking out of the  window. The tide his fancy transfigured to a savage iu the wilderness  with raised tomahawk stealing on his  prey.    Again it  was a serpent eneir-  country has to thank  tablishment of penny postage through  out  the  Empire   and   to   the   Umte-i.  States, and    will   one   day    have  to  thank him  for  the  extension of  the  system to France.    The City of  Lon-  don conferred its freedom upon him  AlnirAM     <������/\a*(i     mxtA        *t *-\/I       -���������** /���������*/������rt c������ r������ * **^     ������i-*v <r*  tWCVUIl     JiCai>9    U-g'Vjt     CftALlS     OUtv.^OOiTO     VJCVUf-  emments have pressed a K.C.M.G  upon him. But Mr. Heaton has four  times declined the honor. There is  a joke in connection with Mr. Hea-  ton's friendship with Mr. Marconi  which might bear repetition. , When  _ he was made a Freeman of the City  i of London Mr. Marconi accompanied  him, and when the latter's turn came  and he received tlie freedom of Rome,  he insisted that Mr. Heaton should  return the compliment by going with  him to Rome. * Some little time befon  this Sir Benjamin Stone had photographed tnem together on the terrace  of the House of Commons, in tho  costumes of their respective courts.  Mr. Marconi sent a copy of this to ah  Italian newspaper, and the latter published it on" the day "Mr. Marcom received the freedom of Rome over the  inscription: ,*'Mr, Marconi and King  Edv,\}.:.i the Seventh " Onq o* Mr  Heaiton's  most   treasured   possession?  How ������. P������.,.,e cro,��������� ,nd ^ j SSH'^S-S^^^i &  tor from   Mr.  Chamberlain   wishing  him   success,    Lord   Desborough   has-  chosen the following extract from it as  j an iro&rir-Uon for *ar. Heaton's tomb  i styhe: "It has been given to few men  j to   promote    reforms   independently,  I nvwl f*\ <acui *v,ii������������ adopted in their ovn  i lifetime    with    universal    approval.*"  I There is an amusing auecdote in connection  with a Parliamentary  chess  ! match  which   the  famous  postal   re-  ' former got up between Great Britain  have  given   her a S and America in 1907.    It was played  by cable, and at one stage of the game  everything pointed to the defeat of the  now   world   players.    Realizing   this,  they wired "You're too good for us;  we'll play you at poker!"   The game,  however, ended va a draw, and the  offer to play poker has not, been ac-'  cepted.  Went on  Served  Much haa/beeq  -Of his'~sfl������hce; his awe-inspiring .blue  [eyeB-Sej^es thbt can flash' fttcfton occa������  inion V1 imd  bin  well-knowii> dislike  for  of all save the beautiful scene before  'her.  In tbat region the tide runs 'with  great rapidity. Warrenton  ���������and. rushing down several flights of  stairs, dashed over the sand toward  tbe girl. As he ran he looked to see if  ������ boat were lying anywhere near on  the beach,. None was m sight. Reach-  tog tbe-atrip of water closing in behind  the rock, be plunged in and swam  across. *   -  ������ Tne giri's reverie was broken by took- *  Ing npirnd seeing* a dripping figure be-3  ������ide iter.  < "Come, quick!   You're cut off by the  fldc; ,     t  Turning, she saw the swirling waters  'behind her. Her face lost its color, for  ehe would be helpless in that quick  current.   She stood paralyzed.  "Come!" repeated Warrington. But  lie did not wait for her to move. Reiz-  . Ing her hand, be drew her. supporting  lier at the same time, to the margin of  'the torrent. She shrank back. Forcibly dragging her into it. encircling her  with one arm, he swam with tbe other,  '(file distance across the current wbb  not long, but tt run so swiftly that the  two were carried along till they found  themselves nt the end of the little  strait, where they were tossed on the  waves.  Then catne a test of endurance. War-  rlngton was strong and a good swim*  ,inor.  but  by  this  time tbe girl   was  clutching bim so as to Impede his efforts.   At that hour few were on the  beach and none within call.   Wurring-  too's efforts were having less and less  Affect, und he  was about to give up  ' hope both for himself and his burden  when be heard the sound of oars. Male-  w^'Jtafip. ap effort, he got bis heud as far as  pt&.$J������anlble above tbo surface and shouted:  3|VAiV:;..tjeij)|������:  ���������^tyVyTny ;������bund of oars ceased, then re-  ^%;corairienced with a quicker stroke, ond  In less than a minute the dark body of i  c well bred expression and means noth-  j ing    It doesn*t trespass, on any one's  knew *tbis ' feelJn^s* asba no questions, invites con-  S fidence only it tbe coufjder is minded  Ireland's Surname's.  The impression is general that at  least nine out of every ten men in Ireland are named Pat Murphy, and for  once there is some real ground for the  popular impression, for,, if you, call  every person you meet in Ireland,  1 "Murphy," you will be right once in  to give it and leases him or her lo ' every eight times.    If the others are  proceed or tnro the subject at will  It i ao* named Murphy, the chances are  la ShfiA a# **M5-  ons or \u& uicsr ussnu t^Onis ut tae  if'  .fe'i  lM0i,',^'':}^nt:,Bpvearwlon:tUe crest of a waypV  pfevjvinUovo the. drowning couple. 'Then' a  fefff^lia'Md.'-.wiui-' extended/ and vWarrlngton  ikVyVput out bis own hand and grasped tho  ���������#-������'vi'lf*'������,vttl0 ������' the bo,,t' Between the,new������  ||) Vconior and  Warrington the drowning  grtrl wo- got into the boat.   Then Warrington wuh helped in by the boatman..  Wbilo Mir. Warrington woo passing  In memory over th<> scene that hud Occurred more than thirty years boforo a  woman whose white bulr contrasted  wKb hor comparatively young, face  came up and stood with her hunda on  tho piazza rail, looking out upon tbo  ahlmroer that was beginning to extend  lt*elf from the rising moon. She turned  and was about to go nway when sho  noticed tbo roan alttlng near her. Thero  ���������Wiii something In hia appearance, his  wrapt attitude, to tell her thnt he, liko  hen-elf, posscst-ivl tho gift of appreciation of the beautiful. She felt impelled to addrcHB him.  : "Isn't It charming*!" sho exclnlmod,  naif to bim.  . **8rty, rather, loflnlrcly grand," he re-  piled, rising nnd uncovering.  "Wo women aro apt io we the beau*  'ttfnl, you men the grand." she* contln-  ned. "A child once sulci, 'Hod iv a  tMMUtlful pu In lor,' While the stnto-  m*nt plnciHi tne lemior iiImivo the great-  #r. It Is still a beautifully exproHnofl  thought."  ������������������Indeed It Is. But th#������ most Absorb-  inn ������ti*<!t of  thlx Hcene IO  mw U  vol  (^:'V< thst ir Is ��������� plctnr<������, bur s comlilnatioii  mv;,-' ������f Innmrs mnteiisl forms, It Is ths  Sj;' A'trondor In if that Impr**"- mm."  Tbs lady having a*suw*d the prlvl-  mx  Wa  mx  m.x- '���������  W-'X'  m  m:  my,  m.  JAX  m  My  Mv"  I5VV  11,'i^  English dictionary.  "When I was a girt I was sitting one  evening on a rock viewing a scene like  this, so enraptured tbat 1 was unconscious of the tide rising behind me. I  was already cut off when a yonng man  not only warned aie. but saved me.  Only a fortunate circumstance enabled  us to get to the shore."  She shuddered and continued:  "Not for tbe world would I dwell on  that occurrence, lt Is of what followed  that I am going to speak. In. novels  when a yqong man saves a girl fiom a  catastrophe they love and marry. In  my case a romance was started that  was continuous, leaving use with old  age before me without a single companion. I could never forget my rescuer, but my rescuer apparently never  considered me in any other light tban  as one he had rescued. At any rate,  he never'sought me out. never came  near me. I bad a number of excellent  offers, but my mind bad become absorbed wltb one person, and 1 wonld  yield to none other. And here I am at  nearly fifty years of age. desolate because a man saved me from drowning.  1 would prefer that be bad left me to  have been engnlfed."  After tbis burst of confidence tbe  lady suddenly remembered thut she  wns giving It to a stranger. There  was a niomeutnry silence, at the end  of which Wairlngton was about to  speak, when she forestalled him. .,,  "1 dare, say," she said, "that you aro  surprised  at my   revealing  to on������ VI  have never, met t before so. sacred.nu:**'  perle'ricey-,V''P<,ruiip8'',:'^6u:''wwlll "not''believe me, when i tell ybu thut till this  inoinenti bave kept the Becret In.my!,  own'Abbsoih   from   every '''���������Hvin'^>;a6^i;i  When I came upon you Just nowtbls  scene brought buck the Incident of my  youth, and a certain kindliness I saw  Iri your eye invltinl  nio fof onco tov  open   the   (londgutes  and   permit tho  ' ng pent up .-wiiuts to Uow forth.!!-A  "Mudiiin." said  Warrington,  ���������'t/hinA  aware of thut propensity engrafted In  Immunity to eoulUle.   in this en ho you  could not have confided lu a person  better calculated to console you.   It Is  | said that misery loves company.   You.  I nnd I. having been'made miserable by  j the same incident, should  love each  i other's company  for tbo rest of our  j lives." ''  "Indeed!" sold the Indy, In hor turn  I using Unit convenient word.  !'��������� "Thirty years ugo I saved a girl  , from drowning. Unfortunately 1 wuh  ' bo cursed sensitive tluit I feared to  i make uuy advance whatever lest; she  * should think 1 was presuming upon  I my service at having saved her. I did  i not see her ugaln for some time after  j we left the water, und when 1 met her  I on her taw was n scowl."  I Uo paused, nnd the two regarded  each other "Intently. KutMenly the  Indy burnt forth ivproixhtnily:   .  "Why shouldn't  she have scowled?  Hadn't ynu Ignored herV"  And mo It wim timl n Indy. not re'-ng-  nlzlng th������> mini who Iuul enndi'inm-d  her to MpltiMterhi'nd. told hlhi frnnlUy  Ihe *loi>' of h������'i' life, li W'lH Hi*' br-  glnnlnu of the end for both of them  A romanre thru bud cndui-xl for thirty  yesrti was nt.lnM ���������>ndi-d''lii"'ri'uiisiti-'  that !��������� to sny, iiiHrrluge.  two in seventeen that they-are Kelly**  A strong and growing rival of Murphy  and Kelly, however, is Smitn/" In both  England and'Scotland Smith is far  in the lead, and in Wales beats Jones  by a narrow margin. , , ,'  The' number of typicaJ"1 ^English  names in Ireland is surprising.  Messrs. Baker, Cooper, Longi Small,  Turner, etc., are frequently encountered, but. j despite this invasion and  the equally vigorous attack of Welsh  Joneses, there are enough left of the  Aherns, Riordans, Fagans, and Moyni-  hans to keep alive the traditions of the  land. > ,       ^  Any Murphy in Ireland, or out of it,  can tell you that'"Murphy" is a concession to the poor, ignorant English,'  who found difficulty in pronouncing���������  the saints help them!���������a simple name  like MacMurrough���������the name of the  ancient kings of Leinster, of whom  Dermot was the last.  She Hugged the Weather'Van.  A rare example "of feminine nerve  comes from England. Anxious to; obtain unique photographs for sale in  connection with a church, Miss Lydia  Akiens, nineteen, climbed a steeplejack's ladder to the top of the< spire  of St. Mark's Church, Leicester, which  is more than 200.feet high. Having  reached the top, Miss Akiens, camera  in hand, coolly walked around the  uarrow, unprotected stag'ng and snapshotted some fine views <t tho town.  So awe-inspiring"was the sight that  many of the crowd below y.yitojked  away, declaring they could watch her  no longer. Finally the intrepid snap  shottor caused -..tremendous, ex'cito-  ment among theon'bokers' when sha  climbed another ladder' and readied  the weather vano, on which she rested for some hiihutesV1'Miss Akions  claims the championship, as ;woman  steeplejack of the world.  V ���������''���������    ��������� .^"7 yAXJ'^x''JL^ ������"iv:' --''v '��������� 'X''���������.>''���������'"- ';���������  *-��������� Auotrlan   Bulls.   ������������������* !  Hero are a few "bulls'* that havo  been perpetrated from time to timoAin  the Austro-Huiigiirinn Parliament:  "One moat  important  point of the  agricultural' question   is   tho   main-.,  ton anoo   of   the   ,b rood   of   horses ��������� to.  which I'���������-;.^av<SSthe honor to;;belong?'  "We aro hjbto ior'tho ,>vcal; and ,\y,oo.|  of our cbnatft*dotits:" ;>"4     '-V...    ','.;.",  "Gontlomon,V consider this, quotiMoci  in ������io, ligWji!,of *: darkVtutur^.y    A;.  "Tho eyo;!iof(thp lhwf'-woighs' hoayiiy,  on our pwm������''.flogItil'fltibHj5'.-.-. j*  "Thoro, (pohtlemon, is Iho oyer,  changing point of whioh tho opposl.  tion hoB mrido a hobbyhorso."      ������������������",���������'  "This taunt is the samo old soa uer-  pent which for years, and years haa  boon groahing in this lasspnlfely���������"  V :'   'lyA :Yabbergr������ts. :\' ;'.'.i.,  "Gl'o him somo yahb'brgrasfl, min.  sis," was the advico of an old rag and  bono man.rocohtly to a mother whoao  child was ailing iri a mUl-Dorbyshlro t  village. Tho remark was puz&ling'uh-  'til Ophelia's "Thero's a rue for yous  wo muy call ,ty{herb, of graco o' Sun-  tlnys" camo to mhid. 'Ruo; It soeims,  Is still called . "herb of gmoe" in  Dorbyshlro,���������London Family Herald.  Don't Walt. ���������'"  A paper dovolod to country Hfo,.ro.i  marks that "spring is tho bost^iufto  of tho yonr to movo bocs." *"  It may bo, But if n boo apt Hob on  your neck or any othor. portion of  your anatomy in tho fall don't wait  until tho Hpnng to movo it, Thcr* in>  a good rosKoit why you shouldn't, and,  you will discover what that'reason it  loon after tho he������ alight*.  soldier married is a soldier spoiled.  By this statement he failed to back'up  by the name of a single great soldier  'who was a bachelor. 'On..the other  hand, as Miss Dora D'Esptygne Chap'  anan pointed out, 'numbers of fainous  s generals, from Alexander the Great  upwards to our day, are well known  to have been married men.  ,Did n������?t Napoleon, who adored his  Oreolo wife, do his best work during  his Italian campaign., whim 'he ww  deeply in love with Josephine and waa  writing her passionate love-letters.  While most great soldiers who  'fought so ably m the Indian Mutiny  and the Boer War were married.  Then, again, Kitchener himself is^a,  soldier's son, and if his father/before  lnni had held the views expressed by  "K, of K." England would have beeu  one able soldier the less,  "If the oUicers of the army of today are not to marry, where will you  look*4or tne otticers 'of tthe .a-fipy of  to-morrow?** asked an Jofficer's ** wife,  to whom Lord Kitchener had held  forth on this pet subject, thereby, it  ia. said, reducing the great soldier to  silence.  People have more than once, spoken  of Ltord Kitcaeuer as an Irishman.,  But thib isn't so^ . ,   "^  He wa& born in the Emerald Isle,  it is true, but hib mother -> a daughter of Rev. Dr. Chevallier, of Aspall,  anu his father wasn't a "Paddy"  either. , pt     t  .  ���������When his fdther, Col. Kitchener, left  the army, he decide'd to settle'in'Ireland���������and it was in Gunsborough  Villa, County .Kerry, that, this,-tne  inos't famous of his four ������sons, was  born, on June 24th, 1850. He was  christened "Horatio Herbert?'  Like a great many other celebrated  men Lord Kitchener never went to a  "public" school.  First of all he was taught at home,  and got very much the same sort-of  education' tYiat the average httle boy  does. Ihen "he went to Switzerland,  i ranoe, and Germany. v ��������� ��������� _, ,, '  After that, at eighteen,,he,entered'  Woolwich?    .."    '  At this time his "father was living  in "Brittany, and the Franco-Prussian  War was in full swing.' This thrilled  young Kitchener, and he joined the  French army, and received h's bap-.  tism of fire.  'lwo years '������ater, at the age of xtWen-  ty~one, ne received his oonimibbuin in  tne-Royal  Engineers.    ( "(      u>  v  Then came many years of obscurity,  and"?eal hard 'work--for* the yOung Soldier who 'did his" -duty/ quietly t^and  seemed in tio way more^ remarkable  than the other young, officerb^ with  whom he 'came in contact.  But "K.'of K.' was^ambitious; he  had' "grit" a*nd meant to -get there,  somehow.      *- yk>,     ^  So throughout , these, sVlong. dull  years, spent cmefly'in^the east in ser-  vey work and as vice-consul of Anatolia, Kitchener was "'hard' at work  studying, for all he-was wor.th, both  the Turkish and Arabic languages,  meaning that these should be; stepping stones to success later. -1 '  How he chafed at the quiet life and  longed-for active service, only,. Lord  Kitchener himself knows," for he is  not a man to talk much about himself  and his affairs.        .,.��������� , ���������  Then came tho Egyptian troubles in  1882, and the youug soldier got his  chance. . /  It happened like tbis.  Lieut. Kitchener, as he then was,  was TStationed at GypruB, but" was iu  Egypt on leave when the,British fleet  arrived at Alexandria. HO at'-Once  sawyhisu;chance*.; the : chance she^had  waited, for, and applied for extension  of;; leave, feeling' pretty "sure A'ali: tho [  time that the War Oiiice would ( uot  grant it to him. "AA.1":: VVVy.; y'X.X'Y:  ; SoVwhat he couldn't got by: fair.  trii3an,sV.ho.7,got!j,by,v th<j^aid(-o|?vafclittlo,  ���������j. With' the help of a newspaper cor-  39??d7V;^me;VpJvvtheV^8t%ekbitingA;0^  v';Thevfirni^fprft;whbhiV7I:;#brk^ .-...,:,.������,*,^.  ������acture;yr)illsVV.which:V;afey^  ltl-2d. ���������& box.    But, recognizing, that',  tnis.;(-is;^  IJ?9P!^vt<JAlioy;-;:ihey:;aJl<^V^  WiiX  X,.i(0.  . r... 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Cyprus.,' y V' ���������'���������' v ':y^Vv ;'^W  ' Sontliore ho was, tho right man iii  tho fiohti'placo, at tho right, mbmont,  tor ho had an intimate kriowlo'dgd of  tho Arabs, and, thanks to thoso yoara;  of ."������������������study, ho oould spoakv their Ian-  guaib with souiothing liko fluoriey.  the^articl#;hKlJurch^iBe8Vtb't^  trade^.a^'-^off'^:^  quisites^ 'arid; Vtliese^regularlsrA avifeTVage?  30s.-v::bi,V'������2A''By';weekV;^l-AhaveV(BnoUg^  tooth-p'owder%jtb^lastAnibV'fbrjfy^  ' ''���������'���������'���������yxf.X':^'i-!'r:Ay''!:'-,yyr^  HouselceSplng'AOnrf^  ������espipj������.h'b^  until one obmcs.to.understaiid^^^^  ditions;   Sefyantscharge'alm^aiAbbtli-  ing,in^epmparispriwith^their classiffi.  the,-JrJnit6va.-i..StateB:,/,;;Cp^eVA<7^  cooks fOr '$3-tt''ihbnth^^^  for less.. The. trouble; iiv that i^  liBhmaii'hia's-stbVhirie'^'d^  in India where he htrtAone at home.  The caste regulatibna; ato' suchA-fhot  each, man will do ofd-y' .one kindVof.'.  work.   The ihrin who washes tho dishes  will not make the bods, and. he Vwho1  makes thb beds/will oiibt 'swebp vbf/ca'K  ry the water.-   The oook: will not": act'  aBficulliorivand-Borit gofls on. vlf'obb-  wishcs to keep horses, he must havo  a groom ,"to, each hbrBb;A.arid tbVbvery  them. Eybr*^: child'li-to'its own! rittra*.  and the; result7 is' that obo noedo many  servants. ;>:',Thoii8orsan'^oro::n|^4^l,iJ1;  moniHho women actrngpnlyins, ladieiV  ~.~AAr,'~nA ^~.r;*t~~>A ���������iv.._;.^'������/,-.v.fnmun  VfiprltiSlM-.i-rh''^  ^iiijaji^retiuras^  :tImet;andth^fbllbwsA  ; where   tor only  ���������underj-  tthe VcoUriti^?riVR^^tly'"^y������i^|,t spartrA'v;t^;<te^'*.^^l|  :\tfYfiX!::X:J^X}'XXX\i_  .'.-:.'���������,',.���������'.:'.������������������'.���������?;-:".{������:'. i ;:;-,).;t|  laiwil  .fV't-���������������'.' '������������������'���������-���������!������������������ i-'-.y.'--l-������^'i\i  ^U'indo nbth'ihg,;, plab^jai^w;  '%i������.-,<^  hj*; ^aa thofcfoundatio^ ';������fttono,,, of���������  ���������V>  Th������n -ho,, applipdyto, Lord Wolaoloy  t ��������� Th;  lllB       .,.   ���������     , , ,.,, ,.  FrbWithat time onwards promotion  camo "'rapidly;. -V A      "���������������������������.".".. ;.;'x -.-���������������������������A ���������' ;  After tliat South Africa helped him  ifltill'further aloiig tho'road to fame. (V  hardv.road hopaowmos to travel; but  Lord Kitohoner had traveled it alone.l  Ho has novor boon a mart to form  many friondahins. Alono, silent, ho,  hiii* dono his duly and fulfilled hia  oarly ambitions. r  Somoono onco said that "Kitchener's" strongth lies in jhia, powor to  croato, ���������'''������������������ "���������-.'���������A'i, '  Givo hhn material, however rough,  and ho will mbtiUl"and combine and  organic it. into; tho .doHnlto fthapoi;  thnt he roouirog at tho moment.' ������  Porhans thia power haa boon th������  sccrot brhii BUOCQS0, a A   -    >  Amount othor thinga, UrdVKUoh-  ianorVls a fatalltit. . .-������������������  , "What i������ to bo will  bo,"  Is his  mottb. ~y\;X<, l,r.A\lA   -XX' "���������>' x '  Onoo diiring \thov Soudan ortiin;  nmovH>n<*   bepg-ed   hlirii   not  to   ii*  himsolf rookiossly. in action, V  "I shall never bo killed,'Mio answer.  ������d: with oonvlotlon.x, "VVhon^my Mms, .���������������*jjf#������,-v-,*.. w ..���������. ,1a      ���������   .,     .\  rnftiSi I ahall die peacefully in>my | ^X^&'fWVt- 1% wasn't m^feft  -.���������'���������'���������'���������/ '.;.'-;.A: B'rJjfla'ntVOarssr^Av^���������  Only thirty-sovoh vjrears of ago, the,  appointment of Mr. J. A������ Simon, K.C.,\  to bo SolicitorrGerioral of Britain, in  placo of Sir Hmuia'IsaacB. .makos him;  tho youngest manVbf modern timoo to  hold thnt uppointmont. Lord Sol-  homo, who spent twolvo yonra aB a  Junior, hncame Solloitor-Gonorftl at  brty.ninb, ',tho prcflont Lord' Chan.  collor at !orty-oight,i;Lor4 Halshuty  at, fifty, Sir WftUam Harcbuirt at  forty.aix. SirARohort Finlay st fifty*  '.thhto'i Sir   William Robson   at  flfty-  four, Sir. S, T. Evans at forty-aoven.,  arid Sir RufuB Isaacs   at  forty-nine;  Son of a Bnth Congregational .mini**  tor,, Mr. SlmonA greatly diatingulahed  ��������� himself as - a student. at Edlnburab  and, Oxford, and waa .catted to. tho  Bat1 in' 1800.* HOhas thuiiAnly taken  eleven years to win one of, the. big.  gcst'pmes in thb legal profession.  Sir Edward Oaraon doolurad ones  thut Mr. Simon,, as a junior opunael,  waa tho ablest ho had over known. .  ���������'Ayyyy'yi  yy xy xy'  .'���������;���������' ;.'.--V-;-'. ������������������{','-VV---V 0--^'  xAYxyyy^yi  ..,.,..,:..',;,���������.,', .k;j.(i j..-i!lj.;.,l  ^..vrjAiiiyy.iyyW.ij  .���������vv*':-bM.^.^iii4  X yxxxyy'i  itfii^J-j^Viilfe^I  ���������������iiv:.-  yy.y  '''������������������''���������"'^KftA        , L,,   *������������  Photo by' American Prasn -AMOo|stloni;;;S!A;v.t/'i;..;:h:if:/:>Ayyfl  MIBB;WINTH������qr;'ANp.''IW:^  Tlio groiitOBtlritoroBt contorod lii OTUf.A'v,sA;;'-:V;(^vi ,  dog!nnjlviiwir leiuMinv'ujuti:los;''fliid;j^l������r''Ayy'i^  Mary Wluthroi^ won ,tir������pH^ '  di;iBB:.'*^lt,h'..li^  A Many' bfvtliei^bmon '^wlib^njIeMwI.c'v1  yx  show exhibited tholi* own dogs In  rlri-i; hnd: tlibro;wiiB: koou, rlyolr>;'��������� V  tbo  tho  for the;ribbons.  ,.V������:<i''i.-  y.w;  <xA'M  NuMs���������Well, ad st onbs'snd wash  ,.lt ctf,, .,*  v Frank'  did HI  V   V      A Unique 8uaa**tlon   .  . 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Why not wtbtilrylinirAtb <iiH?ldbv,Whic^V'-.,  j chupoan yriti A want tbo mo^ 'Mhe>t\&pn X  siiiio in,dt*Hpnlr l������ofor*������; tb������������ .inimoer'w  ���������yot������' A       ^ ..iwjrjV-j:  IVothor"'ni^lo, *������ni������" by' Whleh- yoiiv^sni  ollralnate' conflicting choices and^tli������  otiff tbot's left mu*t ���������nr#ljr be thi^itw������������  >aii,' w^ut i4'u������l.v M- IfSSI^ove.^MMMM-s  0ndsIt'S������;;;,'--'V'.'Vv, yX.y xy? .:���������-;.��������� ;\  ���������-yy' > i.i������,v..���������'��������� v.���������;,���������'��������� ...Hi".-.;.-  . ������),'. ��������� ;.'.'.' i!;',-���������".'���������,i,v'i: Kv.i  i*yyxyy^x;0.  ������������������ X"7'*������'  Wl  '���������.' -yxy:x.',yfX'"':Xx'x'.- :^-xyX::xy.Ax:syyyyyy^x XXyA'Y.^'-X-xxyXyXyAi'^', ���������yXxYyiAy'  .XXX:X;P>  -���������- .;���������: xy rJ:^ff;TtT������Wr^  r**fM*y4������������������^'~)i.������,-j'..jj,,>4^.i^jii������./j3-jr^^  bStxyAtXy *"ii:ti&WlWJ*  > wnw^wwwFB'  ^_iii--&-_Alili^'_kAte  M; B'0������$:&yxmm\  ���������^^���������^fxyy-yy;]  iM: attackVtheVclergy>, says Atho Awri^riVVV  ^'IVVregan^  ������������������mbstuadmirablbvSb^  AsaidiV^aridvithe^  'rdoing^plje'-qiiid^  -'-':f"Iri?sU^^  &MyXA^m  ...   ... .M'Mm^yA  'i-y^r.-y^oh^N^ifgA'|^  'Avvatkiris,VA|ti33f"'"'"  '.Sheniai^d/o^ltj  ?A'ye.i.'Sf;V'IiQii^sj  Jilb.i. A writes tAjiij  ;i.%ii,AinohgS���������'a.,J'.  the greatly Vad-  yvertlseaVmediT>:  caries 'Vfbr*kld~  ney^ahaAVb'laa'*-  :der.^trbuVb>l?e.  thereA is; noth-,  rihgAAwfehViAc^ri  S equals";: VV^erU  I  iy?yy f  I  kfiSiivpi?VA^isi|g|i;  '^w;isYytX'-xywxixyy:-XA  ���������r^/v-T-v^yAX-  Wanted V^f^JpipBaliri^  {XXXX,'"' .\^I$#|ti$^^  Vy|Vy (Fro^^ . V;  VVVludge VLauio^tofciiat V^e^vre^iies^if jthe  crown ���������p'rb^cn^iythasVi^siledAa7Abehch  warrantv:;fbr!,t^  fofhibr ysleepirig-&^  employ VbfVtne:^^ V.rail-  wayV'ebriip^yi^^^ pnegti'ine;! Vran  between Montreal arid! Vancouver, and  latterlyA.7betwee^  rbritb. AAyAx^A^A^^XXXiAxyyAyxA:  Early Airi'^ctbhe:^  ed tlie <3ro$ir}^sti3^b^  to: Sriiitl������s^rr^tVfbrVstealiti^jislieeping:  .car..; i arl&'$$i^  railway;'tickbt&A^^  :MpntrealVan&������^^  aVApreliminaryVVKe^i^Vidid VawasVfepirirV  .mitted :-f oirV.trial;^^  Bench, his case being set for; the 10th.  WheriA oaliediAVAhe'VfailedVVtoVSappear;'  "wjthv-ffie'&r^  ^eited**^^^^  VhisAaffestiAV'VsVS^SVVVyV^  ^/.The&aseVc^  , teres ty m'-y-'lr ikiiwa.^  probable .that other thanArailway .pe.o-'  ^ple^-TV^t^^^  names arid addresses of quite a.num-  AberVdftpeS^&V^ith^  ������d^Mrig;:?busiri^  VlikelyAth^AbefbreVthe iriritt^Vis|firial*  :lyAdisposedAof'/severalVbf th^hnntbrs  .vfprVybMgainsV^hVVrailwayVAtran^  A'tibhAwillAhbVdbalt-V^  I    "It Vis VreallyV VtbbVVbad;'*' said^Shigh  I official of the Canadian Pacific,, "that  ; V Th$fMax^  only 'tclericil'A ra������qriiBiV; who; Vhas V^ebnA-jV  having|^orrieV: ^rod^;:si������HyfishihgV;Vinf|A  Conneinara, hab not only distinguish-)  ^V'hiiii^itVas Byi^^^tAb^p-p^iafy  .welkkn^nyhe^  7peteh������S&ut^ritie^'ai^  sciic*itna|ters; ifcft^::*<&riUtry|A;*' Of J?hp|v  ���������lifeVV^asiPay scHbblmasti^Vptwd^br^^   *'-'  mm  sho^dValsbyllje Ajallpwed^  Viri������certaiii|!C&se^^  ijbol&sstrbrig^^  ^cari^atter#fan^reftt  u������ie;:Or:;ibe';.--po'wo:  \$$&Onjftl^^^  pleasi������bvlriAhOTrydpin|^_  ������|VVVvV'V^  y:?i*iMte^&*  have the rihmes of a good many men  who have done this iii Montreal arid  b'thefVplacesV'ahdfvthe^   ._,.,.., - ^ pret^prbmirientV^  '���������^^^^^mrfM0^^S^M:^^^ 7arb:^sVguUty^AribtAmbreVsb^Vthah the?;  0 ^in^myVadys^^^ he-  :tl^VprScticeV<of try  iisV^bhbapj tran3pbiptatiQri  . ...ie ;^f;|^e.Vbbmpa^A-and  honesty of the conductors cannot  ilai-geAaAhuh^rfife^  s:-boldVbf?ofi^.VB:������:1?^^  ^U������������V.T''A-*W:^^':.*,>i1rte^V'-Wf''!:|tn^l\1i������;-;'OVAAht->r.*K'o''. .':*V<>.^ip������,i_fc''_^������_*_^_i**__^  any other.-! class of people_.exeeptVthe  3^gOs#f$thi|^ig^  I ;it'i*'-i'l'-'.iV'-'-'i--^*;",,^ #*'���������*- * m-c* V'V������r* ������������������'���������   -.'���������,'J ..' - '.'.V ��������� -   -' -'    ���������-.:*  *.". 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'���������;V,yYj-)V'.-:  -ments: vof Avcczierpavv;:6r |  mmiWMMSSSX^k  Minard's  Liniment..'Cures  Diphtheria.  intm^R^t^^dbbrA^r^^  isyriowa prpminent pplitiei^ivre^  V#MiVtijj^r;yA;j^  Ab^si'i^tAybu Aare;ia,.rperfect| heas0^V  AAVwealth^'lad^A^ce^w  ;::toarih^statijagAVthat V-she'V'irit������ricCec^tj������v  Apiade:-; h^bb^uiider ;hisAcareiiVa^;^ijct������  Aclri^d&hery letter VV byy^kihg'VVifVVnist  llb^ihipVtv^l^artic  SciaiSpositibhVbfAhis Vp^i^lsVandAtheiry  AparehtsJV ^.AsheVvaridSiierf huSb-fnd'^ite  AsiredVthatVtheir ;'boyyshould AnKiye Vprily;  Sm^t^iEs^^stl'Aci^  Ainteiestiiig! Vepistlej VVtheA: V joiafqpis x re������;  ;A^liea'^ry^J^aj^?-so^  VconductsvVMimselfVweliV and^payB��������� yduei;  ^JattehtwriV^Vhis<?wbTkiV'iA7shall^^  Srib;Aiii^uiM���������s!?VRsA^?^thfeA^n  ShisV}piai^ts,"AVAThiBy  :|3N.^rBiauoy'A>yaii;:-i^^  AmafciM Vih. Vthp; Vlast^'ceiitury i|&AB^sides?  holding the office of Lord Lieutenant  V^iAIreiazidAih^l835K;heAwis:;Amba^  |^:Pans;lfrp^,:pW8V^  yPhippses have been an eriterprisirig as'  a^ll^^Vdistinguish^V^  ;V^cp^^7I^rdpMiW^a^f'^a^^  ���������tempt to  find  the northeast passage  ������rrijitJi$:VKa^hCT  Vpfyhi^^^shipm^  Vj(Chanceilb^^bo^ig^3riti^n  Vsuppvb^dyf^p?KawKlJ^n;V^^  ^'Sir|A':VViliiaih^jPhipp^V  A:divinp:lbein';V;I^iidV^^ifri]anby  V;SboutA8;0(#;sacres^  iftlie^isVvone5pf-ft^ .  ������tfie:v:^untr^A>The'syiew^lrb  'ii^i^amaginn^fentiftlia  :Xb^Gr^X,Ui&0i ny^'^Snbeid;|^ith- - Ade^i  V lights Vieit:'7iis^^u^||t^^V^i^pim������l|.  lb^&{#5-keenKga*^  (VlearriwVVihV[Wios^2^a^^5  g������Hp'e������wM:^  V^nieiriberViayil)^gV(:TO^5AJ^t?riVJfi^  VffiE-shbuSe^fltAvisSiept^  wond������rf u! tonic f or chU-  '&ges������X  rapi  ^fe  'g^rittAVMne;  health on small  'W8&m  y$mm  i,^���������,;^0|iV8AI������:-'ii^s;j!a4^ _  ^#������?_HI  .. k^^^ ..-������������-������������=,=������=-p,.~~~���������...-,-. gaV^^g?^  ?*������ ;V^s w-i^^i^C^"!X-v&;'BOW!WV:^":y^^^  -���������%rS|5g;f  . :m-HHnM^^BJBJBMSJ__B___f V'Ml  . ....^TheVdm^se^h^dA^i^ro^rigup  .rahdVVrearrsnigea^  bishop for every countyV arid for each  ^fVth^*%reat;J:^^s;^^  extravagant .proposal ,-at- all..a,ri(i. the  Churchwshould  be able to ..pay  them  ''sUitablO������As0-laries::Vi(^e.^v;riab^  &tie������^fc.sto^  ;^|^������5mbrit^Vf������ri^^  ^Pinest^V;VV^uii^^ttt^  Glass' and Tourist Sleeping-Cars ,and  v0iriingVCars Abri'S;ali|;Thrpu  Ciuripartment - Library rA01>servatioo  ���������wAxAi;SCarV:Vbri--"IriipiwiaIi.sLimited^:^A:s  mi.*.  :y;VV:precip^cesV|'nT^  xxy;x'iXyjyy   YYV":v;VVAs^::S^:V..V;:,;fcjy'v^V:V^ivi  ���������#������Tn&0:Vis^  Vi^.tbfVt^ei'aenfe's'pf^Himiiila^  between the;Vale of Kashmir and the.  ';CeritrHlvVAsiari"V:?wate3rshed^thfey^i*^  bhe'.; after'' another cutVriight across-the  ridgesVVV-The vre^aori'vfbr v tliisSi^-Vthat;  1 .i _    ^...yy-xx--'*X-x^ii-.-������.\-y���������'X:,:yu^xi:~~yyi.\jiL-"  'X:. !:���������:������������������,���������;* ������������������:���������.  ranges ,were   raised, Vthe*   rivers   cut  gorges 'through, them- and' maintained'  VihifeflbwV7^^^^  ���������.���������'V;iNdnga'^Parbnt^  arid- principal Himalayan. raripe, and  Its'/ suriimitV'risbs;;vt^theV'stupendous;,  altitude above, sea level, of 26.030 feet.  ^CibSeV^tbAitiF-yfbot'^'ribt''',mprbV^han  miles^viri;.hprizori,tal;;difttariceV'.frbrii;jthO  peokivtho: IndusV^wbsVtHrbilghAioVde-;  seri: g^reb^flhd  seu'level bfthe'riverbedis riot much,  A/.'It'.vis^Apasy.V.tbV'cbriceiv  figures' 'briV^howV-va  ' architecturb:^is;vhere,V?8etVupVf;;'iIA  ajqpg^ne'-siao'oi.ineygorgo.-ifl ,in  , plo*������B.'pr.rlloiiflly narrow 'and ^carried  dcirbBBii;^rco*J|i)ic03fbfVsiauch  ."appnlllriifl  '*',,*T^'>wr*|M  ' cruel  titfflfc&iW  fe^trlfykhQvctrlcd  ^^m^^i ,.  ; j i|pf:c^, you jp^n ftppre-  ^^dntciwhat1'it :mcans;' to  :-; tnousiinaa i ot skinTior-  ym  ^w?r  ;.���������:������."'.  m?:  incy to age, Vf/hcn the"  - ���������u^IUy atsps csusbs, onre* cola*. _*������!���������  f$?&$iatiyX^  Ag^akirig)Ht-Vhp^^  VVWhati;happ^^^tb^imly^  -''A'^hile|h^^a^l^  rt oAl Xr, X fii-t ri'irl 'o-rr -'.-r*-ii -r\c,v.y fill 1 TAti }.'.V������l ca ���������''-���������'I ioi In. - 'f.;  1353^^  mxy  t^e^torontoa  leaves Winnipeg daily at 22:i0kVtnak-  .;-lri1gl:^6h'n'e'ctibri8.V^a  V:!^.sfp1siri:ts���������;i'Eflst,.. aridAlHe^tA^theiroVbf yx ���������;  The '���������'Impirial Limited'! leaves' Winrii  7������e-^diaiiyVatV8\25k^aridfth^ii"Atl^  Ekpreyss!* at 1900k 'daily, r������makiri^i-cbn':  ^Visl^tnittHaJi'fax^is^ajptse^  ;!afm^^riatlta:AKiri/^^  AtheVft^jof^  iVmauiff^ritlraiB^^  ������������"<frileastSr": ;s^brn#inetiMe'VpM^trS  president; of; the ..English .Church;,.Uri-;  ;3ion|;i'������r������foH^two,,#i^  ;|^|'wil^h^;reineiri^  ���������gilt  chalice. ;,The  latter .is  used 'in  his Alofdship'si'p.riyate:'!chapel at Hie-?  Vkl^ri^V^^i:;tii^.^  kept busy issuing; contradictions ;that  MAs|]^;.;vfeiTOifuge^  potent as Mother Graves' WorriiEx-  ���������"'tar'rifin^  {the iVrrios tVdblicatje V childylwithbut^ear,;  :bfAirijuryVi^AthfeA:cbristituiibri^A  ���������yyyyyyyyyyxyyyyyy-';'<-yyyyyXxy:-  V^^tV;seeWs'StoV mi^^ maid.  'b'ugHVVat/iylealt-:*^  woteri if she' was six: years with her  :ycy.;.  Mother iv^Oh^BobhyiV I^raVashariied;  ���������W^buvAVv'I-meyer^.t'bld^'st^n  ^as^wiiVs^aVl^tle -igfT.1%: yyyyyXlAA  ABobby,:vi''^\rhen vdidiybu- bbgirijAthbiriJ;  ^umriiieP'')yv;V^-;^  <?^ur8tt, .sriiftslicd .^i(atom8.v ..���������,,  ���������,iT .,.  .One side pf NungftParbot,sinks to  'thia���������'gorge:by :ri? fleri^^bfIridgbi 'arid  :ravirie8;-rthat;, Is ;tho: OMloB/^Wb,; Tho  VbthbVilMbi^ ttldbii;; of-4ho imburitalrii; for  ���������'-'^'A'-'-'slri^nlnr^ncciflp^  ��������� at x Fort. 'KaidJABox.^ / MoiasrSvivpahiolH;  , /tJVCb^Vlbf'^Aloxoridria,   purchased  AAmxy:  wretched j i if or,, what - riibthcr i or -v". father  iwbujd ��������� not- .rrithbrA suffer  thomBolveB  lhtM3tbBe'6li^  Brit;thqro i|8;'novreason for.wrotohed,  hbrnbB^eohuwbaby.riB, ill.i  OwnV'TablQtsvwill'cure all-tho minor  mS^f?bRhylibbd;:������irid ;bh������dhbodV;^not  only;:thut;' bnt ���������'���������.on -oqcaBibnal * dbflq of;  Ithb/TablbtaA; V will :Vkbop.hhbyV;r well.  Thousands of motherfl have found  ���������happinpsB .through' tho TablbtB ..male  ;.Jiyja.S.������^rS:  g.s,i::rtit^*������-;i;g.-ziJ:'i..'XiiX.,i  iSOOTHBSf  "6.LLA VS all' _   - totally iharrato^TvBe?.sum^  '.. i   .i.i.   .,    "    ,'.,5.' MH^feyii@  ��������� mmmmammmmmtmmm������amm^mmmmmmm.mmtmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmf:yy^xy^.y\  ^\*.V( i'������-^^*''wl^;''tV;V-:'".,  fSj������?'^.'<\^:>V'."^'W-?-^?^->-V'r':'  "'"r'AA^f  man 'of opposite' sympathies', was 'so  dehghted :to hear.\ot>the secession-;'that.  |he^i.sentV?his*yic^  There isi-'iao irifOrmatiori as tb whether  ���������,la'Bt':'..'.emif������v'^LV*.������/1.'.|.'^,'fi������.~'ii-*-<'1'' '--./<'.<..���������'..;.,::���������..'.���������:. ,,y?r:i',-.-...,.  AV'iJ^Ollv^it^Vribt^ufprisirigi^a*^  ^Jf-iic^Kej^^  ���������7V^^ill^ai;Pr^esVVvi^^  Thb.8^ of .weak    stbriihch-��������� -will: -find  strength Vy -iriAV;yP.arm^Ie^'8 .AAlyegejiablo  Pills: because; iheV serve ttf,maintain  the;VhealthfuI*iictibri A of ���������; thbA^Btbnfiach  and: the ;liver,.-irregularities iriAwhich^  are most fliRtressirig.    Dyspeptics hro  well acquainted with therii and value  'thoWA6t-:thPir';^AP^bpbr.:'V^br-W;^  hove afforded y relief when ,'other ��������� preparations  have; fail������������d;  and- have  ef-'  f Actfld i'Vcrires V Ain V;VvaVUmferit^.bf;V$origi  staridirii?Awripro-:bther; Vriiiedibirio^  Vbecbmirig:;:OOOUWu,WiU������,ni1y.,j  ^rJ^:^Boy^r;H3esidi$Bir^  the Viscount has another seat in Xork-  ?mr^y.^i6MtylWteaM';Sma&m  Bridge,, a. delightful old .house,, fuU.^of.-  long; mysterious passages'; quaint pant*  elled   rooms,   and   odd   corners, .anti  V^ichVvhaB^i'i-fc:7; iB^aoWi^a^^  '''''iri'fellii'''1'^-^'*' '���������AA-'s* '���������'A'y-.A.'x'''^  t^^B^r!*^  Morqul  ^mgVEnglarid's  ^to^tlMfMar'  -~*mxyy yxy  iii������.-lii������v.-.,:������,.-.���������.���������:���������'���������', .,* '..:  rV.';At'Vifc;,ro'ft'Jcfa8^V-receritly;V-,-'A  nRgie indulged:i in a piepe^bf jVpio. j: A  di^t 'refbrmerV'rirbsbrit:reiribriBtratipd,'T  v ^Wl^iMr^Oarrieglo,** KblfBold;V^dp  'JrpuVftat^ie P^/;V;.A $y\.} v'ff xyB0xy  tjXtffSti qpnVsb;'*' -^ roplied' tlie' 'nbtod'^philj  anthrbpifltvbenigVily. "what do ybu "do  ���������wmnm^^^-A'-', ���������   -Ayy^y;^  : ������������������'/'< xiyufVi-Xi -wytiyfl:  . '���������'^TboVv'distiri'c'tibniio'  :' oMbSt:Amarquis:Khoi  ^quis^of; vAbbtgayonriyi ;,whp .hjas^tetjr;  'ed Iripori .histOiglitJrmfth ^oar;VptJ^Ai*;  Lbr^^ej*\i(}brisfleldAwhp pa(d.ja'<nighA|t���������rjif,;  butbAiiovhiiiVj&bil^tie^ and described,  ! liirii i-las) pOsse8BirigVyt|ib^romarkaWb  A bualiiibBvof "fieryAeriergy-,,��������� and Vperfebt ���������  r^lf-cbrit*^^^VTftr������uglibut: *h^: fif6\m;  ;has. beeriiva; stalwart\ arid actjye 0bn������ t  V'Bervytive^A Ho fbrinded tho OonBtitfe;*���������  ,���������tiono.11Vivify.Varid v^ttS'-i-tha'.'iillririHGrdtidf  CounoillbrlVof'' the"'���������'.PrimroBb  peagua.1  iLbrd Ab^rigaveiiriy^:has,Aboeri aVkeen  -..-?a.^"3r : immmimyyyyyy.  mm  ������i;^'VI  '"^ilffj  'wmmmmg^y  XixXXxtyxX  '������������������;.VVV|^;"Ai;|-  '��������� '���������x.y!y]xyy:  '���������AAA^yA  ,. v^lte^^^j^c^dn^^^  brings. instant   relief,  vv^v'''^vc5'v,,,tha;;v������5fst������,MV  :':*^^u'iri':;ft'i'_jde^;ia^  ���������^V'-'-r'#*t--' '-t-., t!.:-/. ry;   4*^*M|MI������MIMI������������MMaM-^M������  -.. from , tho .Governmont-BOriieAbl^iVoanri  ; Aribria,' 'with tlio ;bbJ������ofc bf mqltlrig thbWt  : I down; As thoy woro bolng dismount-������������������;  V od -n ohargo, whioh  had  apparently  |..boen/lb!^'iM'16h0;Vb('.Vtho':.'o'annQnBisino6.'  '' i\io':eventVpf/ 18i5(2, Vwent off wiih ,a>  torrlflo .report.^VAV'Frorich  'workman;  sustained such terrible injuries -.that  his. lifo,. b deapaired of, wliUe the son  bf Mr."Paneilli 'n- yputh of;JI),' was  also , seriously ��������� hiirtv; V Throb, n atlvo.  workmen   in ..addition���������'���������?rVicolvpd   iri*  juries Vmbro; nrVJbBB':;Mevore.VVVyVi.i;.A<V:  .ing ..thoVhbt .BUriimorVfloaflori^  ,V������od tWmuArid.are piOhi-pVaVodwith'  tht(dr> ifOBriltBif'���������:���������'��������� AThb������Tablets rirpBoid  byivmetlicino dbnlora or by, riiail .at  <aij^ritBT'nVbo^Afrom ThbAi^PrilWil.  .HdniBVi^ediclrie Co., BroolcvUlo, Ont.  v-!\KJ,���������.-*,;��������� xyAY .'ii'".ii...- .." i. ,������������������;'.���������,M'.--,'11-,.''.-;.������������������,���������-.���������.'[,:,-���������:���������''  : *Iwhoni'-y^u-VBtarid^ onVtliOi doorstop of;  lpvb'iilwoy������ BP,t pdBt into .tho hall .po*  ���������.for^jyp^B^yp-^ho i^oHe:;;.a;;.r,tng;.,-;.;:;;Xx .-'A  ������������������!'���������';......,, ^XAXx--A���������.���������A.-Ai'x'y.X[.}���������,,������������������:���������"*?  1 auontjy prbvod it to bo, vory oWobtlytf  in,caaoBAbf Inflnt^'rnatipn: ������������������''yXxyA  ,;Al-^4v^'^-.'-youraVVv..������������������.'���������" v    XXyy^y  y-  y,y-  :r, .,��������������� ^-.  W. A. HUTCHINSON.'  7:V;.'i;t:  ''AAh  Ham thb C&nquorbr, arid chum kinphip  with 'thb < Eari:*<of UWar*Wlck,viwho; waB  ,kno,wnv nn������ t)ib j^King-mokor,'* \, Tho  'Vbncrablo.ilibrdTAbbrgiiv^  for his democratic;ways, andjdplighta  ,in joining his employes at a fdalivo  ('board; ������;tO,noo M inflicted; UR<>rih|8'buk  lior Rittirig on his right hand, to that  ���������'worthy-p porturbatiori-"y-^-"-"������-*--w^m..^".'-  Xiy'wVi  y Wo 8avoj.you(/money,' v-bftosutie v iwey  ^ tho BBUIntc.  Convince 'YOtJRtBBb������;by;  ^'iiWa; pay all5pkpW*^w*������!iB������i' rio"?; V  *;vji'--������'l!iaBt*. Wtta<Bti;* Hew: pdrkiQUtfyy  uMtfyl*i���������y������xr"i>vy^  I ���������-.���������'.������ i ���������.-.-.:. j  i-'^i ���������;���������'..:���������-S  y:-J������V#i  VaV.v,'v  |..'/^.,vi-V.'.'J  x^!ietl!wM,>,������XU.:V'.yi?i ���������U^^'^^">:l^h^'-XMi:^^iy:I  pri'-Wator was broken -^ htx tho rocont  ! iriiado; riri -ayorflgo, finoed tpf 43ai*i|Job, an  'iJ'-iiuVi  yy  i,('.'���������.'.  i.  yy '..-;��������� ���������V,7:'AA,l?!*hV;r^Btlyal.;'VVAvV-;:'''-  '.",! Tliere.|,i wereAhoWeBtfjifaativftlB;, In  ���������rri^nr'oh'u whesj but it w*s left; to on  inoirnt London '; 0lur.1v ohuroh yiaX do  ���������omct hi mr unique/  Largo  quantities  ?if.tlih .were among the harvest offer*  ngs nt :8r. MagnUBthe .Martyr, ��������� hear.  London Bridge,   The  ohuroh ��������� le  in  v immediate oroximlty to Bllling������gst������  y*Flah Msrket, snd this aceounlod for  kih������ unusual nsture of the/.gllts.        '  **I*)"v)',r/"l^'^"*k*^'y'.������  ^MiBMEyy  ^yyyx-.y   y ,Am< ''   f1  v.Mrl, Pcriri-ir-Thoy !Bay tho streets in  Boston jiro irightfully crooked?  / Mr;VHnbh���������Thoy aro; Why, do you1  know, when.I first went thero I could  hardly find niy way around.A V i-i;  "That must bb ombarraBBingP"  "It is Tlio first week I was there  I wanted;to got rid Of on old ont wo  had,,and my wife got mo to tuko it  to thb rivbir a milb away." yy  ..'.And you lout tho out all rightP*"  V ,VLbat nothing II novcr Mrould havo  found my way homo if I hadn't follow,  od tho call'���������Yonkors Statesman.  < Farmer GIIob . (wlio hna jn������t coshod  a oheok)-~I don't think tho monAy's  *;VTho Oaohlnr^Would (you,, mind  counting it again, sir; I think you'll  flnd..lt correct,  Farmor GUob (having done bo)~:  Yes, but you bo cBreful, young man;  It's only juat rf*rht'--8keteh.   *���������' ' XXiXyy.yxi'.iyY 'Xy  longinoa, giving hor a total horso-powor  ';ot:800,vV, Xr:y.x :;;.��������� yA,:yyyX::y y:  v '<y..AWhat/'M^BlrrsllVThbUghtiv'V'"-.(.  .rr'At; n< dinner-rncontly at* whioh .Mr.  Birrcll^woB dlnlpg ivitn abrno friondB,  ' thb oonvferantion tn>*ned upon the ro-/  Euitaiinri from various Standpoints of  Jnff������l������l>.'. seaports.: Whioh, woe * tho  moat tricked? Tho thoughtless,, one  mentioned Livorpbol'x and ' Bristol.  What did Mr. Birron thinkP VW*n,M  was the noft answer, "it inayiAbij as  yon say; hut,-yon- Iniow,.! wss born,  in the ono and ropresont the btheri'f,;  Tb Werk onV Empty Stemscha.'  V vP.fSWi'^Butln^f'-IiadA'two  b-iaeB'Vot  hnoRA thin   wo������k,   hy   nmiin   flumiwl  Graham  nnd Edward Wulloco,   pr������J.  Bumably from Toronto.   Thoir tanks  . wero emptwd'at*the) lockup for bolng  drunk; And inoopaWp, and they; wero  %idlbwed'to return,;w work withcoftt,'  ���������Godbrioh Stsr, -  ���������*.*.  '���������'���������*'v\   '' yxi^f^H'.'A'A.j'^'';Vmi ;* v1 ��������� 'W''-''fi'''''-,i,,,-''i1"''-^V',:ivLt',i'v  Moderctte  Prices  >fi3.V;  ry*������ 'V''') -X \i ?it;'y I  HS9SB\'������i.Kl.!.:!-|l  ���������������S-!l  iiWr'i ...11  !'f).'.<''.'P'iV)|  sw  W^v'vw'.;'. I  1-  ,,j  Iri Our new 132 pais Cot������lo_ueju������t:'  (��������� jiiiued.. Write for 0 copy st Price AV  ''l^ii: :^ii .^prcn)** ''i^-: ^fitr^ii^^i-tsSi  v^apUpUiJi'SaUa^b 0iiJ0uy^-:y^  . sad refund, the money If you are.c  ��������� not - perfsotiy astUuedv with  the ,j  'rittotyA-l A iy.iii";! ���������hiy,: vyXi:0fiti  ^Mxwttnn:p4&kY'::p<& '&M  (x-ii.;: xl,\yXti^Xy'AtyyyfrW,x'Ah  RVRIE BROS. LIMITED  S-l  Dlsisswl MsrMMiNt^ VMvtlsra  v. vr s^(0ii������ariiei������tia'':,���������;:  ��������� )*5WV7  yy  !'(^i  y.i-tXfiit  'iiWi'Kil  p'.i������ny-i|  Hi  ;���������  'iV'iW'V*!!'!  'mim  'Mm  ';1.l-V/"!'.;'i*l  /i.'.;?V>V>|  .���������-n. V, I.i I  '���������A^ii'/ftY1!  '.*;i,������jij*tf  "i'i.7!k>,:lil  v.,|.7.,;-J'i������B  mm  mmmmm  tsxamsaamaaspmammamm  p.l~,M.,*.,,m,l**Jim~m      *  ������������������yr^f4twrrtll4>v:y^yV  ;���������; ���������'-'.���������������������������i-.'*-: v^'^'-'^V^'^-ry^^^^KAi^^^  : A V'AA"��������� vy:-.; hyW;;; X ff������?^������^  yiVi*J������*-i^,tf^"V/������y-'*-:V.'-.^k^  i������������ii'������������i,iO'V^t'������i:f*'.^%V-'^4^^^ '     v:.>'.'.-i^'^l>^li)'iM:'M',.1:Aii^.iiMy I'M  r >  t  V  'Wit    l^AlN/YL/l-ni^  OF  COMMERCE  C1R EDMUND WALKER, 0-V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT  ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000   REST, - $7,000,000  TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES  _������-ued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce are the most convenient  form in which to carry money when travelling. They are negotiable  everywhere, self-identifying:, and the exact amount payable in the prin-  cipal foreign countries is pnnieu Ou  ������������c ������������*"- ��������� ^    1���������-        s  cheques are issued in denominations of  $10, $20, $50, $100 and $200, aas i  and m:iy be obtained on application at the Bank. .."������,*  In connection with its Travellers' Cheques The Canadian Bank of  Commerce has issued a booklet entitled "Information of Interest to those  ubout to travel", which will be sent free to anyone applying for it,  pgngv- B. TOWTJPft, MANAGER, ORESTON BRANCH  A  "01 I Mercyl Has Anvbody Seen*  My Cat?"  Tbis particular cat.  so the "story  ^J  gj������es.    having  found a bocti������i of   ^*_  N.B C. Beer,  preferred its joy-  bringing qualities  to n place bv  "Ins on n iiteBide." But y������u don't  ii' ed   ''to   wondei"  f*  twhte  the  plMsnres of N  B   C  Beer.���������Sold  ni all hotels iu Crestou. ^  Nelson Brewing*  ^"       1 111      Wm.Onsneil  ij  iLllla      Manager.  t i        * ,,        >*������ v������y:   ~J i    **<  reston iiotei  OA  The Leading  Hotel of tbe  OU will malce,, noj;mistake  vlien you get off the train  if you sign the register at  Creston  Hotel.      Travelling        _. '11       LA.������j..'*i-     A'U*-.  Tke Creston *Revie*Po  ������y]^. ^������������������waawwaBatiMgMMI   iTi'.HQW.^'^  Pufcliahed every  Friday at Creaton, British Columbia, by tho Oseatoa Pub  -Mririag Oe., at their o������3ce, Fleet Street, Csestoa.  J. K. J������BS60������   -   Mooager.  RA&fE O.  8K5HWOK  Salter.  Bef' "  *  Safcsssptioa, 83 CO e, yew, in adnan.  804^ Notice*,^;  SO.^.SO; SO, %10  ���������The BOTtow ia the aobnowkdwed advertising medium of the Oreston TaBey, ������*  *������5������itemonetboMd hemes throughout the Or-etm totetofc. Our  S^2������������^|^to0orreo-^d������t������<������*Uveqw.ttons^ local ^tewst. Con-  MetteM toi_rthe brief, wnttoi <aa we side ef tfce paper onlg and wed. not  Sew������iS^f������imblicetioo, bnt asevidenceo* good faith.   We invite support  -agv������s*������i*������������ef8, BBt*e_ii>tjo������aand newa. Oewpleinta. ftota anbeenbera as Jo  feon-rf������eipfe������������i������per'wltibei*ojnpwfy aiteoowa *������. AGsress au cwss.������������������*v������-  ������uu������to the   editor %  Is curing the cough which  is so prevalent Just now  study the comfort of out guettfl.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date**;;/1  ,  t  Rooms reserved hy Telegraph.  Headquarters for Mining Msa,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  /. B. Moran  We also hatfe a special  etna tauicl /ur *.������������������ m i#*e  head and body. 25c boxes  w  Prop, f  THE RUSH TO CANADA  The immigration rash to Canada for 191 x is on.    The  advance guard from England will arrive some time this  week.    Scouts have already put in an appearance to look  over the ground.   The Grand Trunk, the C. P. It, and the  Canadian Northern have all carried on an  unprecedented  campaign this winter to secure immigrants in Great Britain  for their respective territories in Canada, and this is already  snowing its effect in  the tremendous rush of oookings for  all the boats coming to Canada this spring.  * The starting of the ru������h of immigrants the first week in  February is eloquent of the popular feeling in England for'  Canada as a  land of opportunities,   for  the  immigration  WLlR;Beatt2 ���������  CRANBROOK - B. C.  The  hum1 n  Director  I Creston Drug &Book Go. |  ���������11.  ������___���������,?���������������. Gf new  agents aiscourage as nrnca as pussioic  xox. tuwuig  settlers to this country before March.  Mr. snd Mrs= B, Brooker arrived from McLeod on Friday's train. Mr. Brooker. has been running the C. P. R.  boarding house there during the past six months. He states  that the people of the prairie city are looking forward to a  big development next year, the deep snows are a sure fore  runner of bumper crops, and with the commencement of the  turning of all C. P. R. trains at this centre, and other railway developments, the future of McLeod is very bright.  The temperature has heen forty-five to fifty degrees below zero on several occasions there this winter, and the snow  falls have exceeded anything ever known in the history of  the country.  PACKING SCHOOL.  Victoria, February % 191s.    EditovReview, Creston.  Dear Sir; I have much pleasure in advising you that the  packing school undertaken hy the Departmentvof Agriculture will be held February 20th to ajth, inclusive, commenc-  jiilg at 9:30 eaeh morning and 2:00 each afternoon, making  twelve lessons of a}*, to 3 hours each, of practical packing  under the tuition of an experienced teacher. The membership in this school will be limited to sixteen at a fee of #3.00  .apiece.   The Crestou Fraii-^n^'^^d^^;;.^8'0^^^:^9 in  /.charge of applications.   .,.". . . ^  We trust that your district will take advantage of this  very fine opportunity of se������uririg the most up-to-date instruction possible to procure in the proper grading and packing of fruit. Yours Very truly,  R. M. Winslow, Horticulturalist.  The Review office building on Wilson Avenue is now  completed. The work was done by Contractors Becker and  Boyd who have done their work in a satisfactory manner. In  the near future this building will be painted suitable colors,  the upper part of the front ot the building being devoted to  the Creston Review sign which will be displayed in gold  letters.  Mrs. J, Stocks, who has been ill, was taken to the Cranbrook hospital latt Friday and on Monday an operation was  successfully performed. A wire received on Tuesday stated  that she was doing as well as could be expected. The Re*  view joines with the many friends of the ailing lady in wishing her speedy recovery.  The many friends of Nels A, Brown will be pleased to  learn that word has reached here this week to the effe that  he has been appointed foreman of tie camp No. % at Ball  River.  Maurioe Wialer, am expert painter and decorator, has  been awarded the contract of painting the Review office  An old time Smoker  i3 always surprised when he  fust tries our cigars. Its a new  experience for hirn to get so  mU"h cm&l'^y ������������r8Q lif*"!** monAy.  Suppose you make a trial of our  Cigars, Cigarettes or Tobaccos.  Tne more particular- your taste,  the more expei tyour judgment,  the greater you will be- pleased  with what yoa purchase here.  Come today to make yourself a  present of your favorite smoke.  "You'll be back again for more  of the same kind alri^ ht.  i*B^  Greston Wine & Spirit Co  ^> ���������  S. POOLE  ��������� Prop.  wmmmmmasBami  /J^/^r' t3rt ye&t������7\  ciolo oy ibbUiehrou Drug  and Book Store, Creston,  *AT If HERE SITICE 1900V  Ahvays  on Hand  A complete qtock of  Fresh Beef^Veal, Mutton,  ���������   - ��������� - Lamb and Fork.  ���������...., i,   ..  .,  Sausage,rany kind  Hams and Bacon, Butter  and .Eggs,   Lard,  .Beef t  s    <  Dripping, Etc*    <  * * j  Fresh Fish every Friday.  Smoked Fish all the time..  Our Smoked Salmon and  1 - Halibut is -choice.  P. BURNS ^ Co.  CRESTON 1   -> ;B,C.  ^^^^AA^AN  ^^^M^A<^v^^'  Billiards and Pool  jft'jnai   Room  sfc.e^cfcw  Cigars and Cigarettes  Baths  Hour  Razors ground and Set  SAM HATFIELD, Prop I  " - ��������� '   'Jm        .     ���������-.,    A . '' ^    ,    'ul . ..-���������,,.'     .'���������  .,   M ��������� , '.'    mm9������      ��������� II     - _���������__ ' 1' !H' 'i'  ���������.'���������,'.     ��������� __,  O        ������������������������������������';��������� :���������.������������������''';��������� ������������������"',''r ���������     "^'.���������"���������i.l*  ������������������'./' '���������'.' y'J'���������.'>'  ���������'������������������ mX' '   "'   ' m.y-umTmtt':' M'iLl'.J1 :' ;v  i  o  2    1      . .    ��������� t   V'0'r:,V;(Best eqUippe^^iy^  AlloidBflbf EURisrOUTSsupplied at short notioo.   The latofit Btyles of  OUTTBRS and BUGGIES for ealo aiid hire.   SaddleAand puok liorsea a;-,  ������������������'������������������'V- iV... ���������' s Soeoiallty.   ' ,.'-.,,���������.' :.,���������'-,".���������.��������� ,'.,.; ���������'������������������..,'  Feed for aalp.      Agent for tho Moljaughllii Manfg. po.     Horhon fbr salo  I-iim preprired to flllhllorderfl, both by wiro aiid maii/nnd meot nil tra-luB  atatiy hour of tho day or night. ' Otimm oroifil meri and landBoekotB, will  ��������� y.y.yV: ���������������������������'."���������-.>'. reooivo promptattontiou  ���������"Eminence How!  %t we arc payind f- i  peratmumcrcB'iteS vriMf  on savings $epoe\to(������ft2  Jrawal V cheque & -*-  onlimeaepositeof*  yftmyestw  Nelson Lnnd District���������District ot'  West Kootenay      *  Take Notice that I. Era ma Ferguson, ot  Nelson. B.C.. married   woman,   intends to *  apply, for permission to purchase tbe follow    ���������.  Ing described lands: -  -     ,      .      <  * Coromcnclug at a post planted on tbe nor A  bank o'Surnmit creek, about 100 -.est south  of rond pom No. 405, and abont one-hall mil*  south-westerly, from-tbo mouth ;of Topas  Creek, thence 20 ebains nortb, thsneo 20  chuins east, tbence 20 chains soutbetbence '  20 cnalns west, to 'point or commencement,  containing 40 aores more or less,    -  DutecLJanuary 8rd, litll      ������       > - i  ���������1'    ;^d<, A MMMA^������BGU80N. Applicant > T,  ?W������ -'{-AyKDWABD ������'S96Ufi0N,^ecnt.  '���������   X-. *>       .      '    ���������* -       .   'v i  .  ,,',i   . .o \' '.'   NOT1C*      ,' >.  j    *    ���������  t   "  IN ,TH������ feATSEft O^ AK APPUCAJMON-,  fur tbo Issue ot a duplicate Certificate vf.?*!tie  to part,a<%acres or ������lock������-.oriot������9iaroup l'  KootenayllJstrftt Map 098.      <, \ - i.  J^OTJCfKlS HjeBMbY GIVEN that it In  my Intention toAnsttt/ at ilbVesptrfttion of  ono m->x������tU 'Bfttr'UMJflrst-pubilcatwn hereof  a duplicate ofttr* ceieiflcatc. ol, TlUlstojlbo  above nrentlonod lnnd, Ui the name orlsa*  bel la A.TParley which Certlftoate is dated tha  22ad of Qotoher. lUMana ouroVored fiiOSA.     ,  A    *     HAMVEU H. ������0������  1   ' ,       ' '   District Registrar.  Land Registry Ofileo. Nelson, B.O,, January  35,1011. *  NOTICE  ">'  i fi  . ii \  ���������ot,tui������:;  IS THH MATTER OF AN aPP?4QATIOM ,  'aduplicataCertlfloaUf   0, .mock. 80, town <  TiOB-.'IS..' ^-^ ���������"'""��������� ''"���������"���������"'''���������' '������������������"���������  for tbo issue of a duplicate Cortlnon  to j^ptsttAiuud O.Jfir '    ��������� -  Phono CO Sirdar :Avonuo ,;'A X'X,''~'      ���������������������������''.'.','"���������'"��������� B<>*.Wv-;': J  '���������:..-.. : '  , ���������������������������,���������['  N ������������������   ���������'��������� yA'--. Tu.rVn'Vir mn ��������� ii -i i-'iii   i    '  '��������� -i -i- '   '   "-' ' '"' ������������������  '\ ���������  I         * "        ...    -������������������-   ��������� ���������  - -���������'  *<Hr*  "Vaccination  The following Ih Mo oitaot wording ot  the Provlholal Govotninont Boavd of  Health Rogulatlon on vneol-qatlon,  whioh i������ oauBlngsuoh agitation through*  outtho provmoo:  '���������Bvory rosldtmt of thift FroTlnco nhall  forthwith bo vaoolnat :d or piodnooto  tho llodipalHivnlth.Offloorof tbo dlBtrlot  or mnnlolpality whoro ho ov sho rpuldoM,  a oortllloato or proof of HUOQ0������������ful vnool-  iintion within tlio prooeedlbg bovow  yonri-, or a oortirtoato that Hiioh poroon  in at the prodont iuaunooptlblo of vnooi*  itatiot), or a oortiflcaio of phyHlool inifl6;  ucfitfl for -vftMnatlrtu, Huoh' OHHifloatfli'  ������h������dl ha from tiddly,qualllkd mcdlont  pmoUtionor,"  ElBowh������roln thU kiuowill bo found  !a oommniiicatlon from Mf. 3, A. Lld������  fato, in wliioh b������ deals with tho qnouMon  Of *'Oompulflory vaccination."��������� Mr,!LWr.  gato appears to know what ho in tallciug  abont aa will bo noon by bin lottor. In  thia oonnootloh %vq way otato without  going, info tho, moritw of vnoolnatloh,  thai tho EcWlow Is af tho opinion that  tha small, poic,Kiqnro whioh apparently  urouBed tho Provinoial Health Depart'  \1mxt, wa������ ralier prenuvtu.ro and wo  boliovo that, tlio Provtiiol������lvBxo6tttiVd  Oounoll will imodlfy thov������n������!������n* order  oaUlngfor(oorapnl������ory Vaoolnatlon. *  v lrbu^������~A placo tiiVgot W ������ttit  oloariaftt pvo������soA and *������*roynirod, Bti ttao  O^atptt'-OlothinjiiHouhs, x'^Xf    '  tooiadaj; ia������t' for* RovftKl������to1<������>', "te attend  tho mooting oi the Synod of Kootenay  In that town whioh iii In B0t*lon this  W������ok. "":Vu,;A. W. .*���������."���������:' xx ���������-.,,-'- '  ������������������A*.f$:&'jifafj}  A^  x$i0@^+%fej,  W^  A*;-t������f yon wyiij  fern RSf^lM^  ^���������.���������W';a^e.teW;;:  Do ������ wl!!!!,  Mop;������08.:--i-'.>-'"'v ���������-X:yXiy:-'X-.x:,yx������������������yM,f-i: i'.������>.>'Xy.{%MM  *-NXWIOB/. IS..* HKRftBYttGiynN'-.^  ilssuo at the okplrutf<mw-^A;;^  .^. ������-���������... ���������......-....^��������� WU��������� ������r*m. ^aX&tf  1 my Intention to Issue at the okplrut  ,���������.,,.,  month aftsr;:the first,pubUet������ti^h8iM������pj  an plicate ol the. Uortlllout* otmtiiWni  aiiovu mcQtlonod land in tlio namo of Geotift*  Washtnitoti. Kroni-h vwhlrli. Otrtlljeatc Is  Maro  ��������� SA    _ JKlsi*;  ary 14th. lou, ,,.,���������  /ashtnitoti            _...  dated 40th March, loou. and mirabovo   ukiSjh; noio,y  .,; ������������������,- "VAvoDlstriCt  Land Hoh ���������'"������������������      v-  Vton uh i;.','. 'Which. Otrtldeate  .,: , . .,,,.....-.-.ri_t"'  y Ofllctt. Noispn,������.  .''.-���������...-!'V.'.i:.  istrar.  "'obru., i  i'",i.1 a���������. ' i'ini'V\tX)^Juj.:n^i\wm������mwim$'^x-Xy  vA'NotiooviB'' ho-r^soyA given thnt'-! tho oo. xyy.  partnership   herotofore iinbBlptlnK be*  twpon tho nnftoriiigned p$ ut^nd} inor*  ohapta, ���������' nndor tho - Arm- namo of T. t������i /  Bunco * Bajri'Ihghnrn, aii Oretton, B.  '������������������'"���������"A'.'rtlll  C. hna been thi> day dUolvod by mutual  ootu06utv , TJio huB\uoB������ will horoafter ba ,  carried oW by T. P, Bnuooi by whom all* i'  iiubii oi 'ho;old flrm will be paid and to  .1  -i  whom all outstanding aooonhti duo tho v.; >'  old ftwn aro to ���������boJpoI^'-'-.-'.v.'.i v,Aa ������������������;;���������.������-'V-.A'"vvv;J  y. OroBtoiH,B.;0,v^n^.aiir'lWl. ���������, yyy. r a;!  BamInoiuh.  " ",''''".". "������������������ T T'"*""^1"" '"���������"*"-"i*1*fwn.fi1. ' "I  ���������������������������m*ri������^V.*������*"���������!"������������������������ - *-������������������   *~-'  ���������   ,   ' - -   - '.y*Vf'"  ^MtXXXttGtttS)^  yxyy.  ;  .ji,.,AiliU^!i'<.ij!y  FOU BAIvB OH TEAPM for good honB,  ;.,,.,������; tbttpjagbMraA ���������Barbed',. SRqfih-.Ooefei*.  XmfA,X-i^i'a''y(>oxU, old,��������� yApply*.io"  " Reviewoffloo.".;.',--.V".- V,     ���������,..���������;.  Ring up phono No. B6, Kd.'V, ������f������B������ion  wh*nyantiMAa-v anpsrianoad plnmbwr,  tutim  '.iJCW������������l..'i.������,..,.'������t '.-.'"rf  ��������� >���������., y,*i-*r������*-.,**uAi,i.mr. ^,,������,.m^.. (*������.., *,.. ...,.w  . ..���������'���������.,.,..; ���������.'Xr 1<vi'. ���������.���������**-*���������������:���������,-   .������-.', !-'.<  mmtm  ^**i*yfe'  xt;<x;*'M'x]Y*Wt!iy^>  ������.w.fi.i|iwwi|ffff<'ifinrf������������im^(������ta.is,-������ii,i:^t  : A, :yy:yjyyyyH:yyy :y������xiyy ���������iiixiyXyxix^^AX.x^x xxy^xx^y^  ;-^ihv^,^'!K:^^4d:V^''^,^#K-������^.Vy';^*<'/'  m  'Mfri'li'yy.ti'iiii'M *!..%:pi'('i*<il, ViViV ������,'��������� vi.-fuil'.iA',, MmAASiM  ||IT.>.:������i''.;;i-','v'.-.i:i-,!*!^-...VK,l  i';A>y'-.'\-!:'..-'V).y..y.'- *.;.-:. iVvj-  i.-Kcii,',.,ii:,-..,.../^-.i-..'.-.r..irL  -y&rfX,   , . VypSy^l^^ ,............ .......  you 8'ay ifc wiU effec'yAnnd 6hall produce  no injurious. rp^tUt$;;jt"defy.'any medical  man to give a guarantee. tpit.hat effect;  ifl-yoft:*7^  vgteiajp^^  ip*epB*6d  ;A-:- meet trains, to take you shopping or call-  -'XX ing, or to convey yon to any June wed-  ijk    , -.-., Ax  dipga yon wish to attend.  Cameron Bros.  CRESTON LIVERY  A. MIRABELLI  "THS   CRESTON   SHOEMAKER  Best Workmanship  Bootir aud Shoes made to Order  '    ,    A, Speciality  Sta*ke������ -$.Go.  Wholesale   ,   .  r Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  '00$������s&s?5kl Commlseion' Merchants  liillii, ' -. * b.c.  Y'yfx,  m  I  y&;$iymy,x  'Mmxm.  Turbine, Hats aud Bonnets iu the  " ,'"','',"'^*'w~~-*'^iM6iints:AV?7A-  iaas^y;  xzm^yygm  PlumeVaEdvS*16w^ in  Shades  Children's wool and bearskin  hoods  jackets, mitts,A gloves; overalls, etc  -������^V:^^^gi^*2y^^*^w"''"'"'' ~ "i''i  ^--;..-.v->i -^  mm  against Small poxy We. are' told vacci  ;ns^n%is^  ���������doctors :h^  jaSbjrat^^  ISndli-ai^  a superstition with sonie dairy;maids in  England. ; A Royal Commissi >n sat for  seyenf^  '$pa^7a;sciejirafi^  the superstitious ideaof the dairy mttids  and-invented;^^  tion.   Jennet- was an unprincipled ihar-  lata^^i^^  thai|o^Vyaco j^^tifln^^i^wi'P'rofeot^i  per8Qttl������^^^  pa*$ineh$^^  Qpoi$g :}&|^as:f^^  e^la^ing-^  nate&Ufeti^  will now proceed to quote some outhor-  itips:ihvsu|>i^ri^  reali^th^it^^  ltt������^n^ti������atto  qui^tio^Jai]^^  pebuniai^.#a$^  sympatlij^  jDr! A Oreifclrt^^^^^  paedia Britcannia article^ou the subject  ofi:iv'acoinatipn'i^|M  ���������i 'r. xi.V ���������.. . ......  .   "ii"' ii ii ii in,!.! nUwUiiiu������^rt'',i,f'fT'iiiiiri^  !.-:,i,K'-'.������i3.iUfW?-  xj?W^yxy-':-ryyy:x:������������������Xfy'yY  rt^wmiMSI^sim'  ������������������'.���������^^���������wv-o^^w  NEW  .������������������-'''������������������3y������  y<y,yii-  18  >^hly|raeless^^  Vl^fetesprV^  published Ihe Btandorfr^^  nntion^'.'j^^^^  demonstrate the AspiehtifipV^sis'AoiAtbp:  vaccinjaJ>i^^V:;^V??9^^  8oiontifib?;"te^is^;ato  tbje|Jop^  e^nt^alliy^^ % bpinionV  ittdiiiislafd^^  #&XW&^^  ^;jf||M^fc!C  -real^m^i*^  insult to common sense;'tbat-'it'is.super>  Vs1ti6i('^^  $Kejn^;a^^  :'S'������nljerbtuiV*'i#^^  gikautio piece of quackery tbat"was ever  oxpj^^Vojhfeo^^  ifiiVybtilVareVyi^^  serious operation, listakhiRfiliby virus  *,%'���������'*.-:���������*���������'������r- ���������'���������������������������;��������� W';-���������'���������'?j<:C->>- .���������^^^rV^ftf.^.'.V^Cvi^r^v'-'i11''-',1'' '���������>������������������ --:.y xa^xx  fc^?;irinpcu^i^  v^{.vfe^S������y.---f������yv'  ^A-y-^:vyv:������*^^������;-^  |:vl������r:Ara������^^  '(ib^inig^  OlJm'lfen'ywta,'iiinmS,''>'wi>rfJi'''iiw  ,.^T    -TTr y*   ��������� '^     y^iw������B;..^...^.>^.^^.^.v, ^,yr gr^^.^.r-. W������*w*>.������ .  ||;'3BIr;-^^e'.Olson'^  iing'/4nVti|ieVy'w  ;rpt^ri^;to;hw;;  VAVNurse|^cott,:V^OK]^^  ;<0an^u.:VOity;;pu^^^  %e^rue^to;tpwni;:AVliA'^|i^  spy eral^'weeksiV xyA, yyAyXA^XXXyA-X;  ;VApavO'y^mnel^'fprei^^  camp, has gone hack;E^t;;pn?e������visifcSVVV;:-  A Mi*;1- di^fepn7 Isilea'vjngV^  ior-thO: Bjranda^Gpun is^XMty������$AX:Xy  .^peer.^shw  iprphihife^a]^^  iasjin; otheiV;mB^^t^y^:AXXX:AAx ^AXyX.  ^gMrV^ay^Rpgw  :apple;growetsvpf^  planted the first apple trees there some  ?yeoi������ago^  eMliestplanteid vtree^a^|uff^  ;aVdis'ease'':OauBM7b^ttoB^^  injg'; frozen^ ihVtheV?nui'se^|bettre VbeingV  ispld^^j&e-jg^p^ri:^  A^Thfe;imeaiis������vse3fibusibi8^  :mpney;^dy^^Vare''g  rare ocpurauce as the growersare usual-  ;iyA'cai^ul^tdV:buy;Vthei^  eslablinhedT and reputable firms;"who  have   too  much   at  stake to ship such  ;diima^e^Vj|apee|^^  effects of frost among nursery stock do  ���������jiptiVbecbmb ;Vapp^en't;^ntii^^  vhave Vbeeii; plauted a considerable time,  and growers should be on their guard iti  ;this^irebtibhyA7^A?V"VV^  ^I^AwOTdf'i^Vthe^ise'^^  j^Rumxife^  :c^dy:f^^r^crtd.inA^ct7Vthi^  :Raiu^V^^s87VtbyVth07Astb3^:du*iu^  ;Pochin's1^ehcei?and^  V-SRv'y^V.SarkisBian'v^a'SyOu'^  ;aftOTnbbu!aip^Vheid^  ihpn6^.;;?.th^retw3^  anOeiVy ;R^gRutl-i^rf0rdri8 ;l������'.beVinAGan0  you City, in the.same bu:lding for divine  .���������,,������._,.,     .... .    ��������� ,.,... . . sei'yices'.ne^'Sunday^^  yg0������i<M^w.yyxyyxn^^  ���������ivl  ���������y PhV Sati^^ywfcoirnpbi^  Indian -named|^^!^  .Miaggie;: .SndViim!^  'b'Mape^Ideatai^^einjg^ V a  Great'^OTthpS^|^nVp;It ^jjjears 'A that  .the'vindian^anglJ^ to.  Crestwyusmg^  ���������way ni^ a: *ro^^a^|4usM|a^|  AyNof^VOwib)!^^  train��������� oam'eyfirbjBndV!^  ::i!eet 'ahead "oil ^i^Mki^^m^^dt^^  ;so v suddehlyV;:^d^t^^gineva^      that  yttero':wM;no5fi^^^  V-';BfApiir������Vinstinp^  engine upon them the terrified .horses  Ipa'P^VoverA.th^  ;pirt:s)^:bfjthi9;t^  :partty;'byOT;;th^i^fe^  engine had struck -'the frie^Vend|Sf phe  ;slbighiy;ania3Vtl^  ^^tipn^vilvq^  ���������pape d V pra^tifcaiiyV iMinjurod'V^dASthe;  JndiknA bpyV i^ .|the|s i^ghi:wiM*t^oj������^  f uilyA,30 Vfeetgout^  "Bt������ngeVte.'fay:iiiejiad^  7 butVtheAIndianAw^  come btttVofyt^acbidei^'aB1^  male ^bmpaniOnsV yaffVsheV was Vtb^bly.;  bruised and had to lie brought ttojstoi&a:  /by o'speoiaiyv.ponypy^^   -VDrA, llender^  . spiiiv who\atteimedVhOT.:V stated-7: tha'tViiO;  ���������bbnesV/^^eVbMto^iVi^V:-^   isneVvwaR  Avery: ba^yA^uisifiid. 'yySyXAXAXyyyxxyy  AV^eyMdersira^  iernVyoffipitdsVarByia^ia^ine^ ti^el  native imn&iJN^ffi as* a!  hio"hws',^Vas seveisl.bad'swBsidssitsVhsv������  been- ������oMpwlyA^eitii$V^ anpw  becomming :y^okedA:' M*w4bn|.^iie Vwils, V  vThe; IndjrasiittiisipMi^d;7'^^  'lyvnp aii^ntipnAtp^  ;tlie Vti^fe;A;i^dVitA:iBVhffife  ^that V:tl^Vi^il\i^Vme^A^]^  i'lndiana'S'^  %yertakp^tibem^w^^  ;latest ^epbrt^tjae^ndfeiB^  :gie^isy!rw������yerin^;i^  ;7ing'��������� Vupt'' X'itftii^gj^x^  ^pyw-ttfe^^at^K-iye^  ^entnecessityvbf^^ij^t^  ;erhV^tradkv; as .;a-puib^^hi^wayi; w^lVbe  :^6no;a^!ft3"*;w^;V: ;xy$0&A;>xAMX^!AAX  mrn^m  >'*^v;.-������'i.-.\V-:  ,^J*iBJ_i;||-������y'taa-?EHH. mm ��������� mm:-   mm mi  \ym^:^:^XM*^^A*M  [:$MlBA N 07ViCA8Fil ^GElwdR'Ks  m^mmyxyy^mmmmm^WxAyymy^fy  m+mmmi  vEfngj^es,:D^ei^  @sVV:;We.:dq;aUV?^ip^  s|VVVV:v-;v v ^^8h^is;  We are also agents for the Oregon Nursery Company and handle  MV;VV;v, VVVyy&l&y^ """   .������%M*|  s?g^r;"'feB  XXmyTYm**X:  r-_ T**nr\xTsmr  i*.;ift������  '000m  'Mm&itiSdm  iv^BSiffiiiillfliSiilp^  g|y|!Sub5Criu||l^g|^  viiiiwiittiMiiiiiiiaiviiii^  Cux^yeAcii^M^^^^ini  ';NOANA!l������^pR!raotQSVW  ���������. -,: thousands ot young: and mkidie-aged men arc annually swept to a premature crave  *Jb������9uShyE������rljr; Indi������criBtioiui Exeeases ������d Blood D������eMC������^;vl������you havo anyof the foi-  j?������������mng Bymptoms eoaiuit us.before it i������ toal������t������;Ai-e you nervoua andvweek, despondent andrfopmyi-specksvbetore^the eyes, ;witU'"datkvcirclesiunder them, wadcSbaas*5  .-.fcMrieys irritable, palpitation of theheart, bashful, dreanis and losses, sedlmen tin orJoe.  spies ion the fact),, eyes sunken; hollow cheeks,carevrora ospression,' poor mernory; v  .-restless nights, cbaneeahley  Or; looser sore; tiux������t,etciv  _  ������'������:������:y������xyy;i;yxyjyyyxYy.yi'~''  . . .^vO&.'.^^MaflttWVlliiw'aSaiie^  y������n.ce^ the brain ^^^becomes;actlve, the,blood puriaed;;so,UiataU pimple^ blotches and nlcew  aisappear, tlie.nerves become strong: as steel, so:that nervousness, bashJulness aad.r-  pondency vanish, the oye becomes bright; the face full and dear, energy returns to   _i;body and the moral, physical and soxual systems are invicorated: all drains cease���������no v  ��������� .vmprevitalwaste . .     -.  B^apa������r^;.������pltara.*.v.W#,j^?c^'i3?^  1y?y!@lSv:MA3.^^ , .,,���������.  | READER*.  No matter who has treated you, write for an honest opinion Free of Cboirm.  K-v&= y Books F*ee-r^The Golden Mdnito^'v^IlliiBtirated)^ Soc^toswiw of Mwii^yy^  ::^-'6QUBSTIOM}.US^I?OR'H0>.^^  ;-t.v<  pyy$x  Music -ttMiss   JohnBon is prepared  to  ���������VVtak^aVl^  Vivt^iutum-w  y JiyK^o&iisbn^'r^ide ]^ipti0ia::  y^ep^yxXyyx ^^sxMi0^YM^&&  mmYaLKimSWiWf  GriswoldSi,  Detroit, Mich.  ���������utxxy  rmix  All letters from Canada must be addressed  'S(J������0Vp^|(^^aiiA Coarei^hdOTc^^e^ati^  ment in Windsor; Out." If you desire to  lif&K  '���������y&xjZiiMy>->:yy'  yyy^yy>-m.:v~*^X}X'������y*:^,  0������Sw  ijiaAyAy  ?yx.  ������3������t  ���������s^i-'V;.u^..^i.  ::x,yy,y:y<^  'm^M^idm^mm^mmm  AXvvi^',,xXy^^^:^^y-:^xj^l^'K '^���������'^I'f^yx^.'y y- *Xr?*x~-v"x..,x-y ������������������:. y^r.xi   mmMewmmwwtmmxxm   ;^'.'.'\:' ���������'���������*.'���������.'.iV'   *.-yy&Ax 'A^ [���������-'���������'���������;:: i." '���������--OiH-i-''i -O'���������:..? -^,',,>*y'i'-x.XitxJ-^A^yy^X-Xyxh  :^..l,-yyyyAyx^0i^iMo'  wme&wm  'WSM^st(������my  , ..u-i!;-... ���������.vi.:^y;HJ������,-vJI:;.j*y;������^V.;il('rri; ���������;���������������������������  submittiB^b;Jy^  :prbfit .tmlthe|^fprtinn^V  n^o'n't^^^  .V    obnra^ the one who says,:; "Five or ten years  ^yVy^^^rVbi^  7w.*y," *.-'.vi:'..-.,;i"..'.r  JiS'lftV-Sf.vvi''  I ;y V; y 'y '������������������ $^fyy^^ *^|^i^A^i-iS^|  these lots have already ohanged-hands at a substantial inoreasy in prlae.   Most of these lots were purchased by |  A ivVVrepr^ntetiye -bnsilaaM ^ rijo; 'jspyr, jp^jSn|&-by; thej^|<>-^^ ; v ^.vV? yf;S*Vf|i;||^ y^A^M j  A:::^VV;VA.A;VVTne-towniii;e1S'W  ���������' .'���������'������������������  ���������'.  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A..V.V, Tbo to wn io located on tbombln lino of a trftuficontluoiital i-jvllvvoy, nooutlng tbo noooadary tronnportatlon  faoilitio*.   ThOBO obmbinbd oonditions ^  '���������W,'i'S*������J������������ *tt������t'������iv''''';'  ���������-.';'-!��������� I'.-'"'''-*. :-''���������"''��������������� ���������",,yW:,v,V.V,���������.'v--.-.i~. ������������������'.,. -i ...F- ... ,-y-.;./,y. ;���������    ���������;,,,.":/ ���������'. y  ,, -'i'.y ::"���������' ��������� ,���������*.:, -    .    ���������  ������������������-;��������� , ���������'. :."���������: y, ������������������ ������������������',  . i faptnrlUg Centre,   -y.yy^yyx ���������.i',y''---v...yy^:.y1vyy.''vv "'.v-'-.' ���������  '������������������".:' ������������������y Xx " y:;(V'-'i  iB useless unloBB you poBSOBS the bonrage to apt. ... Yo-dvmigbt:p^s.eBii ^nl;;^dbm  or travel muoh and thue seo(all5kiudi of'opportunities to make nsouoy, Put^los^yoii��������� liaye 'j^loff^ii^^^i������^  ion yqnr;*j*adgme  7'7;;fy^-;.'ii^ti;'^  Vea������y.';' 'itiewai'"''bf ;ii^ nbifc hay; nbw'itiii^be^ause^  courage, and the chances or������ you ^ most, rlqh, bourngebnt andyWiflb.  ������������������: a: x,:.yyxxx-:y. . ��������� .'������������������������������������.. :.������������������ ,-���������' .���������; Y'yxyy-y.yyjyyyy. y      ��������� VA:V'f;y;*A',''' A'-Xy-:y���������X.;..;.'V ���������.���������;.. xx yy AAt^yxxyx- A'Xyffi^yyyyy,  YsXi ,yXY-Y":- .y-xyyy -'X--..'���������;���������;*-'������������������-,'��������� ''������������������.'���������v'.V'.;'..-.'.'-:'-;?';';'V<;^.w,\;f,^  n*-- iv'V-- -:' >_, i. ���������������-- -.���������."���������   ' i'V''. ��������� ������������������ ' ���������������������������������������������-������������������:,\MiXin,yy..:-)ir:,'i-.i.',,:X:;y,., yxXyxyyvy,  'Tmtm*TlttsyxXXX:y.yxyyy^^  &XyXXyl)yXy.: y.'i^0^0f^y^ ffiifl^^y  Poe townsite is hold by ns under the Torronsaystem of title. -Under this .system\tho;tltlo |s guaranteed  yy;  Ai-V,'-'  ������������������'^���������VlfKi^SSS*-* 1  .,....-.v.iV-^.y.,':^..~J I  i.'i^S'-'^ii'ift'l  l?������fX&y*-/i.-i?M  Yxx.yx'^t  Pliift  |?f5|fl|lf.|  |;iWj-tt.j,y.t-i������i3.|  J.'-'',-**vis;'!gI  teif  1  ;iA#^v  '.'W.-'W;:1  >yy  V'.ijV'.'.'.'A  by tho Government, thorefore abaplutely safe.  xyy;  yJ-X:  V'V *>;:!'7'  Prices and Term������  .'i.,+:f<  "������'.';m.  f i .... y.  ,-SvJ.-,",  .r.,v.i  Priocii of lots range from |60 to f 100 each, nnd thoy bah bo pnrehased on terms of; 'onb.^tli;1 !oiWi',v:,l������I?  nnbe in eighteen equal montWyj^yments; or quarter cm  yx\  ���������:-. w.!.  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Whitworth, Temiscouata Co., Que.,  (Special).���������With the coming of winter the ravages ol Kidney Disease are  again felt in this province, and the  fact that, a, sure, cure is vouched for  in this village is newfe worth giving to  the world. Mrs. Julian Painchaud is  the person cured nnd she states without hesitation that she found her cure  in Dodd's Kidney Pills.  "For seven years my heart and Kidneys bothered me," Mrs. Painchaud  states, "I was always tired and nervous. I could not sleep. My limbs  ���������were heavy and I "had a dragging sensation across the loins. My eyes had  dark circles under them and were  puffed and swollen. % I was so'ill I  r.ould haTtlly .drag myself around to  do my housework.  "A neighbor advised ma to try  Dodd's Kidney Pills, and 1 found relief in the first box. Six boxes made  me perfectly well."  If you have any two of Mrs.  Painchaud's symptoms your Kidneys  are diseased. Cure them and guard  against serious^ if not fatal results  by using Dodd's Kidney Pills.  A soft answer may not always turn  away wrath, but it saves a lot of time.  Experts Could Not Agree on Material'  of a Celebrated Glass Vase.',*',  In the British Museum in London,'^  on exhibition is ihe' Portland vase,"  tlie masterpiece of ancient glassw^rk.,  A chance discovery led to the rescue  of this magnificent urn from the grave,'  where   it   had   lain   for ' hundreds   of  ,   .��������� .���������������������������,     .���������.     ��������� years, hidden and unknown.   Tho vhse  sufferer, finds quick relief   was   fonnd  early   in  the   seventeenth  plete  cure  in  Dodd's Kid-! century   by   some  laborers,  who,  dig-  | ging on a hillock in the neighborhood  of Rome, broke into a large vault.  On further examination it revealed  a suite of three sepulchral chambers.  In ihe iiirg������s-t room .they found a finely sculptured sarcophagus, which contained the beautitul .vase. Jt was, full  of ashes, but it bore no inscription a?  to the remains it held, nor has the  mystery ever been bolved which  shroud  Don't accuse the old hen of working  the shell game because the egg is bad.  &XW jCMSWctJLU.}   ������S������-*-Vv.  The readers, of this paper will be  pleased to learn that there is at least  one dreaded disease that science has  oeen able to cure in all its stages,  and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh  Cure is the only positive cure now  known to the medical fraternity.  Catarrh being a constitution.il disease  requires a constitutional treatment.  HaU*s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the oloodi  and mucous surfaces of the    system.  .The  farmer  Teplied by  letter,   say- ,  ing: "Friend: You don't need a, wife.)  You need a spelling book!    Get- one}  and study it a year.    Then write' me  again."���������Kansas City Journal} ''  its origin.  The va&e was deposited in the Bar-  berini Palace, where it remained until  1770, when tho representative of the  Viarberini family, a Roman princess,  waa forced to part with it to pay her  gambling debts. The vase changed  hands twice, then it was disposed of  to the Duchess of Portland, but with  such secrecy that her own family was  not aware of the transaction uutil alter her death.  At the sale of the Duchess oi Portland's collection it was purchased by  lier son, the third Duke of Portland,  ior the sum of $5,145, and it was deposited m the museum I*/ his successor. The vase was wantonly smashed  in pieces by a drunken visitor, but  the fragments were, however, joined  together, but the bottom, with it=  mysterious figure in Phrygian cap,  was not replaced.  The material of this case was long  almost as great a puzzle as the  it illustrates. Breval refers to  "the famous vase of chaledony  son calls it aii^ agate; Bar to h  donyx; while uaylus and others correctly decided that it was made of  glass- The blue body was first formed,  and, while still red hot. coated over as  far as the bas reliefs were intended  to reach with seiniopaque white glasj,  the delicate figures' being afterwards  cut down to the blue ground in the  same manner as with real cameos.  "Madam, if you had a child 'to -weep  over," suggested the lawyer, "'the alimony  might  be bicrger." -  "But I have none."   -  "At least you have a dog?'''  "Alas, no/' .  "Then there's nothing' else "to do.  We'll have to take the rubber, plant  into court,  nal.  jouisvme Uourier- -Jour-  IS YOUR SKIN ON; FIRE ?  Does it seem to you that'you can't  stand another minute of that awful,  burning itch?  That it MUST  be cooled?     ���������  That you MUST have relief?     ���������  Get a mixture of Oil of Wintergreen,  Thymol, and other soothing ingredients as compounded only in D. D. D,  Prescription.  The very first drops STOP tha awful  burning instantly!  The first drops soothe and heal!  The first drops give you a feeling of  comfort that you have not enjoyed for  months, or perhaps years.  Take our word on it.  Get a ������1.00 or a trial bottle today.  Write  the  A LAND OF MANY TRIBES  India's Races Outnumber Thosbyon the  American Hemisphere.  Hindustan has more nationSV?tluinA  the comment of Europe,:������.ftud&3'^re&!  races than you will find onSiheVhbthiSrA'AA  pliero oi tne Americas. JivbryVlpcaiitysy  bas its own tribes and pecuharAcastea; y;  and here and there are vpepplesXpi:y  whom thy world knows nothih-^AWriiesAAA  Frank u. Carpenter.  lNFIiDENZA'M#^V^V  CATARRHAL FEVER  'ps^&mwyA  BPKOOTlCy^  DISTEMPER; f %y ^-y/-K  Booklet "Distemper; Cause9, Care and Prevention.'' FREE.   AU djrup-  elsta, harness dealers;  81 and 50c a bottle.  811 and J8 n, dozen.   DIbtrio-  ;������tors--&Lii wholes;m^'DRUGGisTsy vy ^  Axyyyyp&oHky&E  Complicated  there is one ^ai.^toom^^^^  ���������     I'  ��������� \:y-:i'.\:'-,,Ji:-;{..<.^'i  iu���������gte people. ^>^y������������m:;mmMxmmimmmmi  and are aoout  witches and $^"do_ta^S_P_^  S,s **2������^������h ^^^^VW^theVhigher b^^  bloody saenhces.    Wild dan^ara;^  Telephone Girl's Record,  For a period of six years, which  terminated only a day or two ago,  thereby destroying the foundation of! varnhani. Surrey, England, possess**!  the disease, and giving the patient I the paragon of telephone operators, a  strength by building up tlie constitu-1 girl wtwTnever made mistakes or lost  tion and assisting nature in .doing its {aer temper. She was not the only op-  ���������work. The proprietors have so much j er&tor ai the Farnham Exchange, bu-.  faith in its curative powers that- they f the knowledge that she might bo the  ofier One Hundred Dollars for any [ one who would answer a call made the  case that it fails to cure. Send ior j U5C 0f the telephone one of the plea-  list of testimonials. Address: \ sure* ci life instead of one of its wor-  F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O- { r;es to subscribers in tha district, says  Sold by drupgists, 75c. I ihe London Daily Mail.  Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-i     j^t tnere is gloom, among the tele-  He���������"Let me kneel in the dust at  youv feet, and tell you. how much I  adore you."  She-~"I beg your pardon, sir, but  there is no dust on our carpets."  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  par ion.  If you are nofc prepared to diet don't  attempt to live on love.  TV,C  m.  foolish ������-itl sit'lis to be the- first-  in a man's life; the wise one seeks to  be the last.  Shflotis Cure  Anient? stops couehjs, core* cOlds, heals  Im  throst and  lunes. j-   -   -  2* c������ats������  puone users of farnham, for the girl  nas got married���������lo a young man who  used to listen to her voice over the  telephone wires.  Miss  Lilla  Patrick  was the opera-  m.r.  r d  frg,..a   uc*  It's cheaper to be married than to  be engaged.  In  the  game  of hearts,    when  doubt, always lead diamonds.  in  ���������pfry  NERVE AGONIES  ���������Wxx.'-'- ���������  mmy ,  wx  mw'i'-.rx-  iljJ'lJ.',,������������������/������������������     '���������,  mm  f$AXy  Mm ���������  All Nervous Diseases Cured  by Dr. Williams' Pink  ?ilK;v,;' 'j  ,Nerves   that   are     over-worked    or  y$sAA:-X ..".weak   quickly   indicate   their distress  ';0XyyyV-Vby' puin.    Tnat pain may be- neural-  gin  or  inflamad  nerves,  usually    uf-  yft-cting the head, but often tlie spine  -and limbs.    It may be nervous dyspepsia,   easily  started  by  worry,1 ex-  Vcitemerit or weakness.   It may be St.  VVitus ,dunce,    a    common'   affliction  .among... children,  or neurasthenia,  a  condition of general nervous exhaustion accompanied    by    acute    melancholy.    Worst  of  nil .the  pain   may  signal   the   early  stages   of  paralysis  or  nervous   decay.    -All   these   disorders  signify  that tho hungry  nerves  are clamoring for nourishment in the  A form of good, rich blood.' The num-  Aerous cures of the above named nerv-  Vous   diseases   and   weakness  in   both  sexes  by    Dr.  Williams*  Pink  Pills,  ore  accounted  for  by  the  fact1; that  j[ these*  Pills  actually mako new;  rich  blood    and    so    supply   the  starved  nerves with the vital elements needed to strengthen them.    Mr.vWm, G.  Jones, Westmond,    Man.,    naya:    "A  few years oco it was my misfortune  to.-' suffer    from    nervous.A,''debility*,  brought about  through  a  severe  attack of la grippe or influenza;*- When  tho  first effects  were felt  ty used to  wake up in tho middle of sleep trembling liko a leaf,  nnd  in  a bath , of  cold   perspiration.       Later  tho  trouble grow so bad that I scarcely got  0 wink of  sleep,    and    would    tosB  about in, bed,' growing so weak that  1 foarwl tor my lifo. A doctor was  called in, and then another, hut  without avail. I became moro and  more low spirited, and without any  apparent reason would have flte of  crying. While in this condition, a  nftrvou.i v'Tco.k, a pamphlet wns  givfn me telling what Dr. Williams'  Pink 'Pills had dono for others, and  I determined to give thorn a trial.  By th* time I had flnislivd a fr;w  boxffl I bfpnn 1r������ pr-t, pome nlo^p, and  this groatly tmcourngod me, Thon my  ���������strength bi'frnn to return, my norves  grew steadier and in n fow wholes  mr������r"> I wuh ffclintf hn wi-ll uh uvur I  did In my life, and you may be sum  I will flwnys crraUifully recommend  Dr, \Vill:nms' Pink Pills to ovory fine  akk or ailing, as/tlioy    urnUm-il    nm  ���������and just before her wedding the  Farnham telephone subscribers remembered that never once during the  whole six years sne had presided over  the plugs and lines of the Farnham  Exchange had a single complaint been  made against her. This was a record  not to be passed over lightly, so th������  Farnham subscribers subscribed  again, this time for Miss Lilla Patrick, and presented her with $35 and  their good wishes for a happy married  life; tihe received in addition many  other separate wedding presents from  telephone users.  "We shall never see her like again,"  said the -subscribers who headed the  list,- in���������'"���������a- tone of-regret. "She always  spoke politely, was obliging and courteous, did her best, was quick in getting numbers, never cut you off too  soon,ynever put you on the wrong  number/never snapped,ot you, wouU  ring when your number was on, and,  finally, sho had a charming voice.".  The manager of the Farnham Exchange speaks thus in praise of Miss  Patrick: "Her record in the service  of the company was unsullied. Never  was a mark made against her. She  was a wonderful operator."  "See here, mv dear sir! Didn't I  tell you not to drink with your  meals?"  "But, doctor, be reasonable. I  have to eat some time." .  Often what appear to be the most  trivial occurrences in" life prove to be  the most momentous. Many. are disposed to regard ��������� a cold as a slight  thing, deserving of little consideration, and this neglect often results in  most serious ailments entaifins: years  of sufferine. Drive ' out colds and  coughs with Bickle's A*oti-Conpun*p-  tiye Syru^i, the recognized remedy" for  ail affections oi the throat and lungs.  Some excuses are ,so thin that a  blind man can see through them.  If money didn't make the mare go  doubtless ft would get the horse laugh.  ly nr������ wild herbs ana truits;-<...aniV-Qweil-?������>iSi:^^^^^^  ing   in  caves  or> temi������rary::s^^  which  tliey  leave  when  th^aeekga-^  new location iSAVVA-V^V-treatment  In  the  eastern  Himaloya^vAare^the vpreparati6h^iMaffiVDr;AVThbmas^Eclfic4  Nagas, the descendants of ^^o������Bfe^^  snake   worshippers.     Theyy^^d^ni^^  hunters and now  and tton'cWd^t^  lowlands.    In southern lftte^^e^^  tfanadis, who have Twinrt^hn^miuie'^^^ x:x^,x..-.yy::xiyxyx  of brushwood, and who supportJ&lii&i^  selves on jungle fruits andWastoW.^  They are as siiy as our ,^gritofeand:;iv^:^g^:^  will run at the sight of a wkiteVlR*"*'Ax " '  Ihe upper   Himalayas' are?!:spdttedV  with  non-Aryan  tribes,' whoseyances-  tors were thrust back by oufAahcestbrs  over 3.C0O years ago, but \vboVstillVex-';,.;-,>  ist.    'iaere   are   hill  meniAvin;*'Assam:f  who have  no  method of JtellingV dis^A  tances, but who measure tl^Vlen^hot|  a journey by the amount bf-'bet������lVleafV  thuy can cnew on thewayXVThereyiJEircA  tribes who paint their- fac^'^ike-i^ouiV  Indians,  and,many  who;(tatiwJau^V(  yiiryeti  tVh^vaSmanAc&ri  ,,i^gV^77^i)itw|;  V.i;^ater^!yi^y|^|i^ , ........^. ...  'tttfcrt^Vytf-VaVV m^Vin^ri^^ri^idc^SS  'j |:it';; and A getAit: "offVypui:); '���������am^yyAx^AyXy ^doja^'vmarry'a^misfr^  ^h_������hB  deform  themselves  in  >.u>. *v  y.y.^-fi.\'J'A :i ^���������������������������y  f2^������t*arat  Cows.  in  m$.  wn  VVV y   To tho Scrapheapl  When His Majesty's battleship  Dreadnought was launched in February, 1906; one had the teeling that  .finality had surely been reached' iu  the matter of naval construction; but  the navies of the world havo been making giant, strides       r since.  'First'''came gi-Ai'-ier Dreadnoughts,  and then Dreadnought cruisers, lioadi-  cea scouts, and Tribal destroyers, eft  tirely' turbine-drivou, followed,; by  great steps in the uso of Oil-|\iel;;   ,!  And in tho past few .weeks 'several  startling   announcements   havo:been  Kut forward. Within a, few days wo  ad talk of motor-driven bnttleshipu,  an'd a report of a coming small destroyer, of a height Only 86; inches  abovo tho water, and with only two  guns, but of such power and rapidity  of fire that tho monoy spent on Dreadnoughts and . aupcr-Dreadnoughtd  might as woll havo been thrown into  the sea. Tho guna are to bo of 17  inch bdre, and will firo a weight of  5.822 poundri. :;' '"������������������*,"'  Nor must we forgot tho battleship  cruiser Lion, launched only the othor  day. Bho is to be more powerful than  the most powerful Dreadnought, and  faster than tho fastost dostroyor. Tho  St. Vincent, tho largest Dreadnought  now in commission, has only 10,250  tons ��������� displacement, ub. against the  Lion's 20.3U0 tons.  "I know," said' little Tommy, "why  people laugh in their .sleeves."  "Why?" asked his father. "Becaiise  that's where the funny-bone is."  A Cure for Rheumatism.���������A painful  and persistent form .of rheumatism is  caused by impurities in the blood, the;  result of defective action, of the liver,  and kidneys. The blood becomes  tainted by the introduction of uric  acid, which causes much pain in the  tissues and in the joints. Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills are known to have effected many remarkable cures, and  their use is strongly recommended.  A trial of them wiil convince anyone  of their value.  :&yy!  ^ymyy, ,..������������������..  ^'iyyiy&iii:  *>k*  Mrs. Dresser .was looking over the  grocer's hill.  "How many pounds are there in a  peck, Henry?" she asked.  Her husband looked up from his  newspaper.  "Are you trying to figure out the  weight of your latest coiffure, my  dear?" he asked. .  The Madhi't Lamp.  A most interesting relic of tho battle  of Omdurman and of tho destruction  of the tomb of tho Mahdi has just  boon dnpoflited in tho Museum of tho  Itoyul UniUid Sorvioo Institution in  Whitehall. Thin istho notual glans  luntorn, composed ot rod aiid whito  glutiH, which was found hanging ovor  tho tomb on thut ovontful dny in tho  ������..������  ...���������*.���������������,.,,.���������    ���������,���������..    ,,,,,   I'wly nart of Hoptomber. 18l������;   It hw  fo health and ������Mngth after nil othr-r   ������lm!0 &wm ������ the poswiMlon of the Slit  --      - - -        --.-'_ . " It _ . ...I. r. .4      ..... ..Ik..     M���������>w,.t>.,l,/,.n/l  " 'V.  medicinos had f/iik-d.  You can Kftt those T'UIh from any  medicine dftnler    or    by  mail  at W)i  oonts   a  box  or  *ix   boxonVfor   $2,50  from The Dr. Williams' Mwdicino Co,,  Brockviiie, Ont.  w. n:  v., tu  **m  Lanceru, who, it may bo romomborod,  took part in tlm fainoun.charge,audit'  ���������liau uow been removed from the me������^-  room and placed in tho Whitehall collection. *W������ also may b������ seen tho  inet/il top of tbo tomb, allowing tho  dUaMroUft effect of tho repeated jholl.  ing by tlie 37th IlowlUuir Field Ar*  ] ttllery. ��������������������������� ���������     :  '���������^'���������, '       "������������������'-  ��������� :,: ���������'  Your Time  Bs Not Yours  It Belongs to Those Depending on  You. For ��������� Their .Sakea Preserve  Health and Strength.  You never thought of it just this  way before; Vv While not, feeling well  you have'neglectedk to take active  moans of -{restoring'.health/ thinking  all the time i that you were tho only  one to suffer,by uelay.. r      y  Not so. For "drhn among ub has  not someone depending on ,him for  comfort;-happiness or the means of  livelihood Py :  Wimn>*you lie awoko nigh ti, worry  over little .thing*, get nervous and irritable, have indigestion and headaches, you may bo sure the nervous  system iB becoming exhausted,   "':.:;.  Time is not yours to delay. You!  mustVcnll a holt to the wasting pro-'  cosfl. Otherwise yon will havo a rude  awakening some day, whon proRtra-  tions, paralysis or locomotor utaxia  lays you loV. For suoh ia tho natural  and inovitnblo roanlts of' noglooted  norvous diseases. '   *  You can roHtoro tho norvow nys-  tern by uning Dr. A."W. Ohnno's Nerve  Food, Being eompoRod of Nature's  most potent nerve restoratives, it oan-  not fail to benefit you. Each done  muBt of necessity bring you nearer to  health,'strength'and vigor.  v    Mr. William flranton, Viotorin St.,  Strathroy; Ont., writes'--"Boforo using Dr. A. Wt OliAflQ'e Nerve> Food  my nervous system "Ht'omod all unstrung, I could ihot' s^oop, had no  appetite, hnndn and f6et worn . oold,  my dlgostion wan poor and I had  jerking of tho limbn. The Unit box  nt Dr. A. W. OliaHo'n Norvo Pood  helped me, and I opntinued until I  bad taken twenty-four boxeg. Thia  Uoaliiuiiil lutH imtdM ft r������dl*Sal change  in my condition, building up the system and strengthening, tlio norves.'*  Dr. A. W. Ohusels Nervo Pood, BO  cents a box, 0 boxen for $3.50, at all  dealers, or Edmanson, Bates A Co,,  Tmrfttif/i;'    -������������������>'. -��������������� '"   iw'.^...-:,.3..vv?,...,v ,  h  The JNiagas_ stretch the !obesVof>the!������at:  and pierce -it in such .a ^'aystKat/VVsi^  forms  a  ring of  flesh, thr^Vbj^^ourA  incnes, in. diameter.    The^^alspVSpiiAi-^  "the'''e������VV'i������'',that>"^^  lumft o������ fiebh. W^;XXM'X������Ayyyyxxy.  '  These Nagas are Mohgbls:Aahdyhum>  bervin all about i^S^pXyX^Ay^^^.  of  their  irioes  is ���������iheABA^amivA^u^i ^ r A  have lately come i^dOTVABritishS^hbyV '-  jection.    The    AngamiJ?AVbeheyi|yS^V?A;  "were  the  first  peopl^^n'geii^^  say  that they  sprangVfrom7#i^Ade-.i-/  They call the eafthVtheit;inlyVmia^te  and worship it.   TheirVho^e^A^^Vyil-  iages   surrounded   b^istpCwkadesyVaiid *  guarded by thorn b%shes ahd.Ahettle>i\  They come into theE^Bhrough|iuhkeijr.  paths, the entrance^beihg. protected^  by doors.    Eachii tribev'VbVa.s itsVchief^1  and the people haveV"a; blood V brotherhood, like sojae of the; African tribes:  Another  of   the "Naga.V divisionsy\*%  known as" the Ao8>4J-^hese*^opl^W(hre;';  once notorious slaveA holders, andV tii eyv  sacrificed the slavesVwhichVthey: caugiir  in war.    Another iaIVthe VSemas, -who.  until recently were: he^dVhuntftrs and;  did  not   scruple- toi^entiet.t'ain .���������.;';'guests/;  aud slay them whenVbftHg<ai^d;;, "  Official lgnOranc^;^y^AVVv;,y.V  One of the'hest ofithe-toiny^s'tbriftf  of English official ignoranceV of: th-'  colonies is recalled:by,j?v;';iA^VSiihurn  in "Tho Governance Of.Emittiife'.','.Lord  iPalmerston was formirigAa new Ministry and in a preliminary', cpuricilVwa'* ���������  arranging its composition.AViHe'har'  filled up all tho portfolios Vwith the  exception of the Colonial .Office. First  one name and then another was Vsug,  gested and thrown aside., At,last h<i  eaid to Sir Arthur Helps :v VI-sumiose  I must take the thing7 myself.:������������������'���������'.Com������s  tapstairs with me and show, nie where  those claooB are on the roapei" . ���������  ^y^'XyyyyyX^.,yy,.XxXXy,.^xXyy:AX-A''A.,  '$P'Mk V^u^or's iFlrstySucceM. " "  '  W".* py s??i<:?rS-. ���������' 1  or^  .......������__,, ���������yiY:0^MMy^Y'^hy-:'  A*^|tliiinwier"  y;y;i<<0iyf  Filler^capvcioesA  ������ui(������ is attached'  ��������� ��������� ���������"' AM:axOonmiS^^  t-f-k~''VtcinBiituf?nea|liighi  liiiilf"  -!>-���������''������������������'.  -..,......������������������ ,.r.--....,.-- '���������������������������-��������� ������������������'������������������**"'-xiit0pat, ���������*���������"���������         "-    "  Vil'yi\:ii'i;  Liko many: another AyOung ahthbr,  Mr. W- E.Norrisie attracting much  attention, began his literary: career by  sending, a Btory to The Cbrnhill Magit-  Ino. The story wae at Oneb accepted,  and this' aubce'ss determined Mr; Nor-  ris to abandon 'a legal; career, for  which he waBorignally intended, and  try literature, ��������� To-day ho is one* of  Britain's'' most A popular noveliBtfl,  "Matrimony," hia last,' being; in' the  opinion of, many, the, best, atbry ho  oyer* wrote. yMr;NorriB lives in -ft  beautiful l-ounc^ at,Torquay, with his  tlaughtor, who is liis constant companion.   Ills Hitter is Lady*Havclock*     :  ;V   '''''<���������'     '';y',.';T^I������Vrttf*"AV'V' ' VA.VV:  After tho giiestb hud waited for half  nh hour iri a Berkehlrb churoh for the  bride to arrivo ntosaongbrs were dis-  Satchod to (tho livery stable to try  i discover whnt had happonod. The  Uvoryman, made to undoratand that  iho liad omitted to Bond a carriage to  hor houso, acknowledged that all tho  blame roatod on liim and apologized  in manly fashion, but whon thoy sug.  gostcd thut he should proooodto roni-  edy tho delay ho failed to seo tlioir  point.    "-:*.'"'..  "What'li bo tho use o* totchln* For  now 9", ho argued. Tho eorvieo 'J\ bu  *arf bvbr.V���������Condon Glo^e. A  ti-tyx'-. oS ;���������/ xuxxxyy :??^  my  itf -ni,-'i -,m', i'-W-.iiiM  WmmmWy ������Y yy-yiyiy  ';^i>  WHEN IT COMES  '''villillie^lip:  XX'xy Ay A: ;V:mU^apJ.cc*^M  ���������::vvA7i!v^:!;;^!tl!n^  'Xx:i  Al.  XX:  xy,  ������x  V.   .  ,.!l,'',:y^fv  ,y:xA'yx:  >x'.-]i:y,  V,''*^':;-;������w'Vlev^wihere;; with athe'^.'���������tartlj������rdLgoodei^  knew'your wanU^eMl^db Vhal.rfat.' '"  __'....'...  m\  .. . , .,f|.:,:i ,,,,,,.'������-V:rA"^PA.A,,ri,^,;^  TEE8 ft PER88H, LIMITED, Apsnts, Wlnnlo������Rr0������l������ary(.Edmonton,  ^���������^NlViVi^f^'iV?V.'ReBln������-y,Fort ;W^  ������������������''������������������ "i     ' i .   ..'l. y_i���������fx���������   '"'""1''   t*^*"    '   *"��������� '*  '���������-���������-''    nil'*-*  xx:yyy-)i  Xxy-Ayn  y:  'yyyuy^  xyXM&X-!\  '$���������''���������! W($H  ���������:������������������'������������������ .'feVy*';!*1^  ������������������������������������"'��������� yn  y-f-y wig  tfiMAm  A:mymt  [aaaM  Accidental Discharge of a .Pun.  ' V  aeoldpnt,   ne   recorded   in   BucUo'������  A oapltal pun may arise by jiuro  _joldont,   ne   recorded   in ABt  "Book of Tablo Talk" i.V,���������'-;;  "A Mr;. .Alcsandcr- '<3un' waii -������H������.  misaod from a post in the customs bf  Edinburgh tor circulating some false  rumor. The dlsmisial is said to have  heen thus noted in the bustoms hook  at the time. "A. Gun discharged for  stt-tlHtty ii' f els*������*'t*portM',''.'')-,w'������Mw..j';'������*..V;,->'.'  H  s*',"^' ���������-'. .,7 ��������� ������������������i':v,,'^'^"ir:"'''^^''^"'.:"''^';'"'??^!^  niii'illi i i hiV.mi'h iihi.ii.'i hi' ii'i..ii,iiiVi  ,. ii ii ������n������|.i'^i������y mm ini.|iil. ry',,' i y"y! .���������' .''M JI  in nn i. mi i j' .ii ....I . ��������� ...   'in'ii'ii i i.i ,'.i������iii'.;lii",'ii'i'i'i ui i"n'ii i.i.iiii ii i'. ��������� ii K'ltktm* .r.vi.,.-,';.-.:-'. Xi'M  ��������� i'< II *n. miiLw, wm*l miMmm\.iimmmmmmm*m.^mmmm~m^l*j*Jmmm^lf*m*m0m^^ >f.V ..,!���������!' ^ ,|\fi  v' -. Xy,y.; } V ^fflti, v; yvA.i'^i'fr'vvi 'x^.y,yy:iyW^yyyyA  mmmmmmm*mmmmmmmmm*mmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmma^  "' ��������� V>.'  , ������������������ ." - ������������������'������������������ ������������������'���������-."���������. '������������������  .''JT1)^v*''.'.1-''i;v*>-*,ia^.;|a������n'-,v'��������� .���������','.���������',*'��������� v..|l*..������:.-ii;'.'j.wichiiv'  ���������������������������'     '������������������ '^- Ay' x:--a ��������� mim -XAxxxx-x^x'y<,^xx.y^XA': &&iM  arc .No47at^m������iBcst.vil^;Vili  ������������������'f-.;i  Ml  VdoiiH ��������� yrorty about \t~t%tt&*ynp/'u^':, itiXyrwfi'yi9(t&': t>������^������r I... .���������.  If,your'' otomocli fa"'wronff;;'i;'yb'u'r,;:I'lverv'sind'']^  nerves ���������' nre' .��������� sure : to be .on edge and your'Vbllfod^lmpure/v^.'i^  ������������li������.fi"(\il And bon^Ail.    A* fbWv h������v������ li^ln^d in thntia������nda of IsiiieiA   A I  cbeerfal and hopefhl.   As they have helped in thousands of ciises,  . f!',':,  ���������yyy m  ������������������; !'ij^i 1  y  in 111 help you and wlUVilvoybur system the naluralhelp lt;need^'v^' j  A few doses will make a great difference In your focllngs and your /'  looks.    They will lielp^ you all along th* llne-rto/������j d^ijbttdj '  '���������'��������� ,ft$e,���������f>^m;ne^i~to;br|abt'.*ey������i~toii healthy ���������aoUte.'loTishs.-Vi Tblp ViAl  lure*' auick i(andvA'tonio., ftinl^wni^y^^^  ,-vv.v;IteslW'v:l^'mtv^^ "  pM|mr������J *klv Wf TttiMMia e*Mh>m, It, Mttoiit, t������������flil������Mrir. fiMi������ii4, A  '",;���������$������������������  mwmt-  m  m  i^yj.'.l  '���������'.ii:i',w-  ...      ......  ,n  7 '��������� '"yjkti.  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'.iTowrili-W - AXr i + K ?.'��������� Ki?;������'ott-oi'i--^l:V'.'fin������������iftk*fil'l'Kt.lft'';  (���������SkISs^'}^^  ^$ffi5V;y^  piS&MV-AV^akeV^  _Sf^������$S.-frg:^  yKSVihatAMleVcbribpcti^  vleJ;^:theAuhtaujgiu';^  ���������i yrdceVpf'V.Wdir^  ? rmbm'eft^  ��������� could^rilyAe^lain^  VtibriVf h rpughVVan-H^^  Vy;t;This7 gehtlern^iwasAim  Vspatbhedj A:tbVAtlie'VVIndiahAi^mp;VVahd '-:  tjS'rVbuljfh''^  ;;tbe:%iaideri;VwhoVAwa^  yWVvth'eAA^^  Acpmpjimp^^^  ri*iht������rpre^  KisarieeV-p.^^  ���������llll'iS^tlds'aVw  lfiK;VpiSir&  ������;%Vy*:*^^  &I^3#������*SMisiri^  gt|i$fi^Bnb^p$^  '^V-V't-r:':*X^';^^L������^������^ l-kA������'irliv.--wCi':Ji'.������  I?*?!?������ VV#6f t^^ itfeA  xmy-xi fy^yj^f^gMpi^M. ;'Mf^is<^bi^i^ter|thbA;  ^.j^e^!;-'^  !^Bo1rses2s^  flB^&^idl'^  [V������y||;iAi;^^  !t������!??p7iSVcount  ysvryx.x *������tb Vhis:VAl^jesty^V:.hut VdebidbidlyV<jbjec?  ^IliSsVVVventiiBimVah^  ,'$p5?**#':'^^  '$$'t;^^^  ,';^^VV:^;ilvHer5red-^iiSnM ';?'ehildrehiV-'and':-7''Wbuld'  Wji$$?^  ���������'Oi  ivy  ���������%<&���������  "    .'/QmbrOideryJV.Atiebme  %thihking;'it care-^  1 i^,warribrP:.; emitted-  '-^WMi  iidmire my style! any way; 'and' much'  P-:i;,^-V;'^.''i::; ^tittir Wj^h'^Bl'-i^wri'.'':!; ''-AH' '���������'l*b-,t6'6,-isjihtr .* w>ifl';  l$i'^  |V*-.;!--Wfe'Cd^  y>r  W'  yx  J V.,V������| .V  '.it.''  fok  i^VffiW . -   ivt'i^W?^  :'&W^:!!owri!>;:8am^^  ���������;'%xy:Xiintoyovorything;.chattered continuous*  " #������������>'; 'lyi asked dlr sortflbf-Vfbbr'jquoBtibnBi  ;',-i;.;i^,hh'd'!>;I,v?ojt'poctfrmdny/fi'otVtlio younger  ,-y, ' damaelij had; rie vet',, gazeoV upon the (air  ;*V,\yV features :of7 a; ���������whitbymanb^^  ������������������v.    ,! v; Thoy we rev particularly interested In'  thb OuHnhT-y;;departiflonti; bnd. af tor bo-,  ��������� ,. ing fed, hungyyaboutAtheA book'h tentB,  ' '  , examining '.'ovory" dotal).   A pocullnrly,  ii'ivvv,boautlful- bohn ^t'BtrUbk;,;the <faney  (:,,: !,,!;',.of an old,; fat cnaperdno, who camo  l^i# A\' over'V'ibAmy.l.tent^oobmprtnied by. her  ^^ ^ Vy b^  k: brie, flrialq/ gni'mertt,* gonor'ttlly adver������  W)yAiftoodi'by .the ^epartnientVBtoroii;d������  ^.!;tv'l-'yfmlowear/^.'j:In^thiB:'p'artlcttlAr-oaB<)'  ;"i^;>,i AV**iW****** fc^ayo jboon.-iaufto,;truo,,orlain-.  fevvfrv'i77 MfotrAJimffiiiisiii (n* '-''v'^tnuoli!, ^.' anac J oty;'  .-���������������>-m'.Xy nnd  mttkl������(r" many . VlOlbht (rnattnriln*.  ii,   V tions (the oldv horror hod her daugh-  AAA .ter:in one hand and,tho bean pot in  ^���������v.   tha other), I gave my bonaent to any-  !VAvf;AV1thln������:Vlor-rVaV:-ei'uiet^Mfe, >' and^"ttt--.������un-'  x:&x Xi%m*w*MiW wsw oontternntlbn;; at  ';''yf'X::,l'x''J.:i':'yHy,iX}.y\yi'fx':f,:'..-.*',''.',X^'XyX1-'': ��������� ���������������������������'������������������������������������y>:y  m  j^hgiish^bn^  '|''';;v:^sio'h's;sFor-;;';'^.b  yiAn^E'nslis^.iwb^a^^  VWest;|V<a'ertrnd^|������^  ^mb'i:pfS-herV;-bkpe.^  fdbhVMail^andVweyVqubteV^  ���������ytbV'&yVabbutVafiru  fiadyiceVysheyoffersVotherVyE  'iwhp;?<Bmigfatb1:to^theV>^  yyiyappwfgisjy  .������������������;'M.urce;r.;T^  ;iok|yV^oangVp-������jpleAoiiiyy  Ja.r-riy'edv4fiWt^a'ndf;M  fheAsWalliVa^dVatAal giyenVVmbmbntStneV  you^mehAfb^'stAiri^  'girls^.^dyi'sh^k^vh^  ^ithA|the''^:remark.-^  yoni-^v^je^the^  emnly and slowly; no romping or hop  :;^ialti^3|.-'at;ftte  ;me'ttvWbi^,>bbots;  'oniglhac!^  ..'���������tumes-V-'pf^fi^*^'^  :'allVyeryAAshbirt*^weiBaV;^  ;p^rentlyA'-<������nsideredS'su  '^Kfe.?^hlyvVoiioVin'-;;-a^lbw^  :^wA^heVVwisdbmV;bf|:^Vsh^  Jflp^A^asV;^ick;77i^di^^  iskiJTii^iwbp!t0t^u^  ?HaifwayV'throngh$|lifeV  ^on^^i^i^lArO^mMVi'their^  th^young men vanished, reappearing  with stacks, of huge plates and mas-  ^iyeyVcupSiA;bask^s^  V^ridwielifes5|vM3^^ Taiy  jVanedA^asgortm^ plateA  ;a^Vy^;Vcupy^^^^^gi^^V^Syo  Vlap^hd.A^^|too^������^m^  yt^e^andAeb^^^a^fj^ul^  Sco^^eygT^  jinn^erablb^Jd^ii^^  Virijgs; when, opeVsitsyandVplay3 euchre  if^*E^Ours';-iiiAbVoiiin'"llHot-*r  l^^^isvic^^eg������S^^I|)3^^nt|^  ������������������*T������?rnt*nTzi.'- fri-r.' ViAiT������Ac-,-V''K������felVlrT������rtw'vi^aWv':'  woreA^my  thinnest summerVVgarmehts  After deliberetibbl|heVdbcidedi^  :foA'i:'Ik>nisianaV^.^K'erb^  ^est; bppo^tuni^^VareVto Abe'-fbuiuiv'  .; ,Ludwig;V^Actifipn^^^  ea.    "It VisAJdiffefrehtKfrbiniVwhatV^hev-  ;fihds Am;i^glai^l|^^^^|^^^|^  X;'' MnoVi'' nf ';-jtv;T:;: lr tyKw y^nni'iSftf-f fnmyviyn* i '���������  B.ugaB;V.traific,vvahd^^  ests - meVdirectly'^A-YbuVSp^ple^var^  'prbgressiye V A. EvenAAthieVviif tie 'y?t$at:VlV  have V beeulA.a.ble'.^to^;8eiB^  ybuA employ; to ..get.'^resultsVi:ShbwA^h::;v  derf ul yAa.dvances ^VoyefSithbse-sim^thod s A  ;cHeVfiiids'f.'iiiv:'.i-Qa^^  ���������jngVSM-onfrjes;^  ^ahceiV^heyAyare'VV'behihd^Vtlie^  i wof ullyyV A. OxieV':thirig|Vtmiy A^j^yA:hfcveA  ���������the^e'VthatAyon'; ha;ve^nbt':he^l^lAineahA  :thb'':HinduAlabbr^!it?7i^'a'ma^^  theVVplahtersApf DemeraJ^ h^etlbeenv?  stand the long hours, .the steady. iand  continuous labor that the coolie.'-will.  AlsbvheVdemahdsVmbreVttlo  ;heA:does.;a;vVBiitV'with;V;theV^  vhasAycbm^yihi^V;.GiiiahaV;inV^  ^ers;;;thatiis^tvthe;p^s^?|^  ; of ;V:the V''^ebnd;VAOrAVafcy^  ;third,'VgeneratibhV7isVan^  . fehtvaraceVAf rbihv AhisAVimmlgr&htVlfbre-?  ::tethers;VyVVAyAv::7VvVVVy;AVAi;iffiV?V^  VA^^ButAeyeny with x ���������^ViMrcducWonSof |  vtHe'JVHinduV^and^he'S^  :beeh:vtb;AtheVsugarVplan^i^|th  ish Guiana is passing as a producer cf  ���������e!Ugari-V^Vy;.:i.:.-:!;;vyV' yyy'.- XXx'yy^yyxY'XxyyiyYy:  #V'^heyWeStVVIhdiesVV^  Jf)saw:|pf|'them^'ar^::itf  i'nf'6ui#^  ;lbiiceVVah^.A;lns;Vp|7^(eficalVs  lyihei^iAV'VisVVkiiling/VVa  AislaMs Smight A haye;vbf vuitijnai^ly||b  ;w^i^;va7'^ctblrVinAthe'Vsug^  .tid)^Vo������.j-t.h.eV>*fbrld^^  ;Gu6^whenAAI^speakAvbfs:Atfi���������^  ^nOAisfinfVa7^ass:?byAhersel|i;V^  J-^GjirtaiB^  ;%aliy4<lifierenitv;ine^^  ^al^e!d|VmethbdsA;AotAry^  vth^r&VisfenbvVhbp^y&i^?^  'howeyer; V'iCv;cbmin&3tbVtBeV^^  :iber:AiFotops^<^l^  Vjriai^^iigaE-^a^^  .success'^VihV/'iime'ipVA  ^llf^bompiish|Mueh;"^  ilVfSHV^V'VilfPmseAfbrlBi^  i;V!:The������Gern  's^|a^r^Garl|  south .Africa.   Germany ��������� has to. thaiitt  VthisVvr^lji^Sma^7^^!^  3jffift3t,^:^frieajKvAn^se^iohs^  ^f.ri'c^'?WppssJB&sip^  V>v Ten* paces yin the; rear ;:march,ed'ithb  fourth matii with: iiroditflbJdicr'fllih'eU;  "mot-.and':'Whito pants, with; a ���������"mflitSry  ������������������riflo; ,AtV (ho end of-bvbry;: bloek ho  Vwbuld give. a' ston^Hah: wnimdnd; to  "hftlt'Viapdtheni going down on, oho  ���������:k'nebr''.h'b'':t.wbuld- take careful aim and  .'^lib'ui ^biihgi'V Whereupon thb others"  Wouldijupabtjthe oart������an^,he,with;the  salt'would scatter some oh thb boaot's  4uil,if'.Aftor which ,tho wogon would bo  rightod iuul the proceaaion resumo ita,  way;'accompanied; by,:a^^ parceliHif in-,  tofOHtod Blriall boyjBii   y.;;: ���������.���������.������������������ ������������������x'.XyAxy |l:  The cehtlomnri ' who   conoeivod the  outfit Bhould I write' the bbblc for }"The {  yRogbravBroa;^ ' V-A Ay-Xy  ���������' '���������' Riisex '.Obuiity. ib^'abco^'brbp' this' i-sea/7  toili will likely smash all records both,'  as tb, yield and -'-price*',, paid for yield.1  Donplto tbe; backward spring the crop  ia a bumper; one, ha excellent Weather  this fall saved, the aitubtlofi. The 1000  pricop ranged from 8 _to 0 cents per  pound; 1010 prioss will bo from 18 to  20,ocnt8 aVVr^urtflj;;; which VlB'probnibly  tho high water^: mark in: pribo* in On.  ; tofioVfor; thin 'prodiictf}) :yy. yy ���������; ;v,;v A:;  A" Krtucxa nnd Kcht itigar:' tiebt cwp is  ,an^her7bic-''Bttcbe8������,:v,;:;,v,v'A: VVV.;' '���������,''.. ::X: '������������������   'BasBbWHtliii'  'Phyyiburib^tAclbtbesJiif^  out' to'ppst a letter or get'a pound bf   years^:he  ?!6'a'������;$M^ v-i^si *,������ry^  -���������sibleg'^ca^pnjAydrinkjItealy^  ^dinnbriVl^rnvVthe ���������ip&^iffiag'%&'?0ai*  ^ndian;AobTO^AandV'^|iw  sthe?01d^buritw;r:V--'V^oA;^������^i&  ;;'&i"IniiaCtiUkeeping-humor4paramount,--  ?le������*r1fi$|^  ;Vp^i^s^pfp:iGanadian?^  ���������:fi^mbnfj|5a^d;|bi^lelihess^  ^then'^En^Uali^oj^en1^  '|nark',;Jnj;VC6nada'^^^  ;ldok^;^upraiS;fi^'?thJB^  rhow^adays^as'TO^ma^  XX Olir yoU;rf r ater hitiesl' V Wlia ������ 'j larkl rig  JsA.'comriiitt^dV^'fpryhthyVVfameiJVi'VV  AV 'IxiVmld Vbf terriobh Areeehtly.;:a [4ur>pu^ ;  ^rad^pja88eav:dowri';ybrige;ist  Blo'brpi^rhihg'eia^Abri.Wiltbh^a^  lTbi'biitb,vAithe: ;subsejqueriliV; proceedings  ;.bei,ngl'!ipf.7.iio'!:-fu^  v^A'iJi^af'Ciitte.tof/ 8heepisli-lobking';y.oum{  i^en.iaceompanied a,;very,' smalli) shlib-:  by WngohiVohvwhich a' lebpArd's skin  ;wasVdecked;;outVon ajbrpomAhapdlje to;  ?" live":it?;fprmi,:V-One'::ybungybhnpAi^ear-y  rig d toy. firbrrian'sVhat led/ tugging at  a' string^Aw;hichV^iwAtiedVtb the il  jiard'avnepk.'  FlankingJjtbeJbe^tiiw-Js  :bhe;;tollbw-',wi'th.^  ��������� edymilitbryV,}rhelmeti^^e  Vl#l]l1l\kW/'/4Hrkl������aiM'ai*A'V''^W*1>l''L>.^A'M*att*] MMl'.'V.A'/jVtlM".  :claimp|.tp^be|th'e5 }pi^^iK'oiilia^.impy^Xi  .-niiSatfifo^vthe^^incre^e  :fla^iV;arid' A t toVauthbrVjofV^beA^riglo-A  tierinan. agreement of 1890.   For some   ^VGarlVfeEngel^v'thelgw^  Acprii|^^rt?arid::he.ib(asAsia;i^  iioundati^hyot:V' .GernaariV^asii;^: Af rt?ivi  :-wasA^ractieallyAy ������������������ the A-V'cbn^queneei'i,'? Vof vl  ^riipre53ipn8>^|AVi'ebeiyed'p  1|V;Afe^,aStime-^fie','dbctbrfthad;V^  :antiifi^gliBh,ll#ib'ws;i.v^  FRASER 0' GUYSB0R0.  HowAthef )Big|M anlBflriehded;%:Cj'wv  '.;A.' -^tidi^'SBoyVAl ny^p&onyyAyy:  ���������:':The:x|at^>HortMI!^cari:^  Fras^A?JL3^tehani^E3^  unwilling to. lavish so much  time ou i Scotia, and formerly member for Guys-  ���������.'orieAariicieAbni^o^  '��������� Ib-ws Vare"'pVgciouPlnfibe"';bsti^fiiou-; of   d^'.- ridently, -. ���������'v&aiVtt^BVherbvofy,.fhaSi0:  tbe careful householder, and eight or | atones . which   had .gathered  around  ten hours spent upon the fami.y snpp.y j ^^^^^^^^^^  ^Mmypptpymm^mm ������' ^riedllbareer^s^Vla^^j&IVbiidA  tbinsv but?aA-^astejp^Atimey;y;;!AVVv*>iAV--vto  They, requirbv :beatlj^v.^ithv;^V Mtteri;  beaterV^jiiich^^li:.h^  .:;iior; y^e^'yihsXi0ilj0^nt^,'Vd^eV^isv-aV  :vdry.^,TrindyVdiajp  sIKIIil������iiiS^B  ' vlriyV'|l^rKe;y Citm^utw^'SillS  py.i'&si  ������������������.y^K'tixs,  ��������� .wrr .wnb;,'������h'<p ivn'l'.py^k'.  he^Brnridon W������������<������Vlw  Ho* basobftU  r������������������nt lasnb of  Sun.A On the front wogo was a dorible  oolumh heading, '"The Cubs ( Lost  Again To-day.'' On the next psob  ���������wan an item telHnjr of a byelone striking tho Iijlnnd of Cubn, and tho article'  was hoadod, "Groat CycloDO Viiittd  fsiiioe*triby;Romiiiis,y.,.  VSFbreigny;oriticsVnave^;cbriipl^  ^l^lii?hr'jpridby"But1ifrfl>wV'pW  justified rin any* people known to ,his-  ;tory^yhb"'!says,:7"it v'ifl^^  /English;.-: 'y; 'ib VuhderataridV;Whbt;.;VGrreat-V  BiitairiVhaA .viae ibi 'humanity,;ii man  ioughtV to: wa.idei'yi throughVtlie;;fprbstsA  :bf ;-'Britishv;;Gblumbia viand V'theA; golJ  tieldu  of  South'; Africd'.Vtb A visit   tKeA  banks of -the Ganges^ and thbvcatar- -  Vabts-x>f the jVNilevVAHbwVsmall \appeari*;  ail A the -���������.- HopianB'V did,:.bom pared  with  ';tneV;work:iAdbho;-'by;Vithb^  .o<i; this-: earth l":',-,-';-'\i.' ?':Ay .Ay-Xy :y'.y xy y  "'..:���������:. '���������  .'.'.''���������'���������     '���������' "" !l' "' - "   '     '���������"���������' '     '��������� *  " -   "'-      ''''-!'   '"  A;;A*;iriieV,'Obrbriation diiltcellars; f '^y'%  V''ViSitb^,V%V1t'rie'^Tbw#*^  may;^pbasibiy:'recall,;trie beautiful gold  Vaaltcbtiars'Vwhibh VbbnstituteA;aA fedturby  OfV|trie regaliajbf; the ���������iirbwni ui tho Vi bwv  'bl Hbuae. Tiiese liavo bb'eh used utfitha  coronation;vbahquetaV ������Vbr v.aiucevi^ttto.  ;'rbigii''i:bt1VUhidriefl'''f'iVAyV^vy^::'-:^  V:  ijuriug jtrje late kltig'a reign- ah in-,  torestihg: bid ^  ���������"Vviriusor iUaaiie^ihbwuigVtribVdoslgd;,  of A itbeab;-; cbrbhation anacelhirB; Juud  fiom this it'was very, oviubiutnat for  the last 200 years tne saitceUars had  bbbriiuaoil iriVaiif iiivertbd pbaitibu; ;��������� IV  soouiBV! that itne nuthoritiea wore -de-  :'cbivecl by;! tlio foot 'that each of tlio  bollara'��������� in1 question had whatVvworo  takeu.toibo.feet;,,hut winch, in.rbality,  wore nothingmora than oarb attached  toi:-;. thb ;uppbj. rihij-VBolibvlng thointo  ;bb fobtV'inb, ofUbtalahdd ribt orily'.tuirn-  ed; ��������� the: aaltbollorar iipaiab dow.n; but  thoy had; lri8ertbdVa amall silver bowl  in onoli of the hollow ends.  ������������������i Kipg Edward, .'wlioeo personal in-  tbroBt��������������������������� in V all: iridttora Xot.; dotal! V wa*  woll known, waa moat iutoroated io  tho'diBooveryi and, at once aont direo-  tion to tho Tower commanding that  the iniatako ol, centuriea , ahould bo  /MOUttfldiii/.V.jV.v^  ��������� '���������yU.       '���������'"' ������������������l"^"'"������������w^*''**'������wa^^iw^ -   '("i)(  v'VAV' WA'v Hotite i I ri 'the Air, *. '.  In 1803 a balloon ol 200.000 cubic  feet v capacity was constructed , at  T'ario. It \viis named tho Giant nnd  was intended to show the groat possibilities of thbVftir.A The ear Attaiched  consisted1 of a small two-story house,  fitted with every modbrn obrrifort, lavatories dining-room; bedroom, kitchen,.  fiarlor, etc. Thirteen passengers mada  ho first asconl, but the journey wa*i  of only four hours' duration. Thb last'  asoent wns for uovonteen hour*' and;  Ivas-abruptly tc'raiinatcd.vby' a..!;isU'  wind, which when tho balloon descended, dragged tho little house bumping  over the ground., TJio ������orai\ln������ p! tWs.  giant of the air vwa������ for a long tint*1  exhibited in. tho Crystal Puloco in1  "London; -���������      "���������"'���������"       ' y  Xyxy 'AViy:3^1aO^S;;B^tlT^vn^'KNQ-: AAV VViVS;  Aa^^ij^by:'of^ij^|b^j^t^v:Adust v; (andA  A^th)ri^aAiairAsuppi^ ;tbe;5-  ;'mpsty.mi^eraAy&uu^p^  $;;'BcTOpVBiiii^ oldA  AtlekihgycbyereVhaye^b^nK^  ^:bre A still Vstirong^and^  -;,cbiitlmpa^us^VVV^iithy'^  ;^eraiVsuppiyVofA^a^  Ab^^inttfAtiie^tlekin  voutVyUV^u-Vil^bl^Ap^  V7dbore;^ania|^liJ^  ;,7^ithV^r<^/^^|iV'Vtb^S  -:;7to7 th^^int^oityabisplu^  VV^IMll^sA:;3^riwbly^:V^ V  ;Vtov the74a^^;auiffibr^;A  |fiariy/;^th5the^X^  :V'.p^eti9|^sb;Vfpi"iit^  Athat; |^renreVfea|b  |it^is;^i^l;,^he,refq  y:d]ryy;J(atherV and^ 1 ess: '^nsffiwater^'ddirigf'r  ^B'i|air^MnHt^  ''^gtp'O^qseagM  hUri^^ri|the^bperi'Aaii^;a  '0^0o0ey^ftpy:} att&i'^  ' l^^^Vare M|^'w^h  ^AdbuJ^iV;A(VV?VVy-VA.VyV;tlVVi^^^  |t|Cbrii||^^  V^^cli||ftiil6-w||^  |^prnf;^t^sr^l������biite  dust are too heavy, while excelsior and  Wh^#aref|bi^  ;SV'V;'^vyVl-.FHri"'ri;^  ^|^^ftj^|^or|'iq^  J^ffi^y^^Asb^V^^^^S^^^^  ^n^VSu^essV'ISia^  .i$pale|^  bad temper, create friction and grind  :Aaw^t^.dehcateVim  ;-Vtfeat';tb^-brain:-^  VV;:y|Ha^yibVeAmisi^Sl^  Aij^avi^p^M  /'a;/bjisi������ei5jB^ Pjentyy ofJfun I at^  Ihotfp^'InBfeadA,'^  AelseAiriVi^arc^^  V^Nbv^.forV Restlnrid-Vl^npS^b^Busiiv  ^ess^-fl-rouibliM';;^  VareAg^Vbbme'/bu.ila^  A.Vy^be*nV;'yp^;A^  ^ay^wheuV'tii  v^ituVrybuV; a.ndV'ybulAg^  A of ;V;haaking-V youry upm^Vmiserabie;VbyA  .fiB^.l'ngj'.'-pver;^  ^usi^'bury?^  A-themVhbrae,;ttridi:imaUing:{y^  your family unbnppy wltb them drid  yisp'oiiih'gV'iib^  everything that is disagreeable in your  ��������� :��������� bfflce.:;':V'V:, yy :y 'yA ���������.-. ;-��������� .������������������, yyyx ������������������ yyyyyy  vvi^ust;;rosqiyeV.tbdt;ybur bomo^blui^ei'-i  '���������ij^-1;-'^.r'-''i'li; :J,%>- -' ���������'X1*, -.*���������' --^ ���������   ���������'..������������������������������������lit'-. .-������������������iHf-uw ^.-, ...T;;.... -.���������...-'  a; place for .bright pictures nnd pleasant'memories. Ulndly foellhg's'towArd  bvbrybody and. as Mn KooSOVtelt Bayf-.  Vffa^co^fcirig^gqSdV- tii^r^iBerierany^-vvif;  yotf do''thlsi ybu will be surprised; tb  A8eoV:VhbwA.:'ypurVybentlonr:':or'Vbu^nbB^  y:,^.rikIelBi4,^lll Kue.A Jronedv.'but^lplli'tho  nibrnlng and bow the crooked tbirigs  :^illAbeV7Btjraigbtbnbd.-;V'V  Vmg^VwbUVbvervsix-VfeetSirifh^g^  ibjroadaih^^  ahdAsbulAwhicK iriatcKedJhiiAborbulbativ  ;f raineVlfAHeAAwas v^aV7^^������^������!^ ^heVVScbtif  filled alike with the nride of race and  :Ath'eV*gi'f.t*ibV';;thevVgab/"''^  vwas .'��������� in'fbc|udllyA greatVdemandpat ;:ALib^;  ef al; campaign Ameeting^aridVbariijueti;;  ;'of;Vtbb������St;A-Ahdrew'BV::SbeietiyV'arid;:itl^  ySphs- Vbf :i Swt!and;VVVV XyyXAXXx. XXXXXAy  viAjApri&ilafv'AtheVVb^StyV't^  him vhadVits vlqcale Vat; aViwlitical?ffibetrV  Viri^l;:iriVAhisVnative:;pro  tiire Lieutenant-Governor was striking  itheA^ritim^rrtalVcbprd,; aridA,wasVdilat:������^  ::irigVbttAAhis;V.bpyhppd ;AanV audi 3!;  Verice jVla^elyVbbmijpMdVb^  c'Scbts^^AAVV;VAV:AV-A:yVVAVy:V;^  VyyGentlemeri;"VAHb'V^  Vtripwswhetheri^uV^illA^  : ,hptiAbUt;;;itV jsyvhevertheless V;ay faetA ytliat ;���������'  JafeiscrioblV>IV:waS^  VbyA tlie Ateachb r^^ndVthat AwasVfbrVtellr:  ing:ythe^truth;^^'VVV:A:;;^VnV^Vywy^Vj-vAAV^  ^v^W^iy^v*,Tuncani''s-p3meyftrfe-y^  ^Afetort-ihAHheVyhigh-pitched^  ��������� Vaged;>;;:andV^hrey^:vvHeelanV. ;inpnj^"it'-;  ^'cure4V*yjeAa'Arichtj''yVV  ���������{^.���������Anqtherllaneedb^^  'jiri^ateAikihdliness|Aa^dy  VMr^fEraser^bbhcealed'VuriderJAa^^  r'estef ior A Was cphtributed ;:%eyeral.i;year?v;  jagb^BytVa^Torbn^^^  ijtheVjEtrihuaUpJ^ram;^  ronto Press Club;. Under, the caption,.  ':", A> VNpva'A S<k^ia'|A^gelVinVVDisguJse,'V.  VtheA^tbr^VruhS;:S^5������  .''V:,JIni'^hb.ydays|ibbf^  .;iriiuse^;irif.thi^VUnitbd;V Sti^s;;tbv;the:VexV  ���������' tent^in^  v i^wspaperaariAy^as AjVstraridedy inV.AtheV  .���������;gbbdVpXd^bity:V;(qf^  i.-dayVs^f^he.'istr^nuqu^  :'whb^withaiV;0Asupp^rt7t^  ;:ityiivh^:;;niVandg^yAtpV:g^  ?wb.Wson;$he%ld%^  yg^dY^Si^Aavvfa^hipAtf^^d^  :^dtirigV^imself-sthat|^e  AberichesvVf^vAV^eepinp  VtigbtenirigVofshis^Vwaist^aa  Vwero;A^ye;r'.^|:vBu^^^ orV  rather early in theVmorhihg, the" city  Abditqrfte&lw  "and'':-;said*:;vyV5y-V"y,'V4';'VAA'i������*^^y.S  '^'TaSefia^bef^^^  ;.line^i^llA?bnV|MriJABli^K|at^  Vs'uchAaiiVad8re^^  'jjijVi8;;r;Smo''y'tha^  -; house IVand VehteredVactib^  ���������IJDpn'-t^^me'sbAfickylfw^  and bring the photos of the principala  ������������������y^i4Xyx^~i~..-i..,-yiyry:.yxxyi,yx:yy'Xi.y^y:xyx^,xxyiX  ���������,:y.iivi^y,yvix^:":^y..yyyy-:,ii,.,,\xy:'X\y  A|VT^e������Cana^  ',^'nse.%pf;i|qe(Bency^and^^  jtajneid^is|^ief^t^t^  ;^gKtVbe^^;7g^tlei^^  ^|rei^terpy^|vp^A  A:he7iiigVi^c������^  '.;'������jiV������nR:Vftt''fKp'V^er-u-'.-.'ilAn^  ���������j^^^aMyyy^i^MmismM   I  yXyyXyi&i^^mmmml  yXX::BXy^S^iiMmWmm  ^^_- ".:i**,---.,J,,^-',-V,.-'i"t'���������\^."**B'A',''ft___���������__���������   ivSEfeSSIsfeSs^j^H  xmy'-MymmmLmM  myym?y0imm^mW  xyyyyyyymiti&sb^mW  xyxyyyx^-^iyy^i.'xsa^immm  yy AyAt~00������MMM  ���������:.y xyxxxyxy&&$*M  yssyem$9i9i _  ���������  ���������   -M*'^H  1  OF   -K9QB    .   Si.i^������;.p;ffii  MilRQTrtSETTE  y V M AOVEl. iBAimi-  ;o,������Bn>0f������A������KD^,V.J, -^t  |^^h1is&iiiUj|^  y-iy  yx  ii.'....iiiT.Vi'������!-  .'-!''.'��������� .(���������(-'���������'  Domeatlo Girl Is Happy. 'fy'4fc  .V;.;^bo):iglr^;iw{ioiiie:tfphcre Is set^.h^idq-A  ���������;-me8Hc|t'y-';'cdri:ABn^ a'; sfltiaf'ac- ���������  tion In dohig ,heirVwbric to! tbe vbryVbeat  of.bcp ability-iiu can .lior sister who  achieves x College y honors or famovVJn  the; Uterdiy world., | indeed, there Ifo  dbriibtblpff- peculiarly BatlBfyiug, driel^  One and ;bonltliy nbbut w  bnrida.y;bbcniiRb;VfbirVono thing, it ^  Vg'bripMllyJ'Bei^ieb/f^^ A;'A0  ,:j/'-Ag������ln^'"th'b''<gj^t'::mas8 ���������wbrooni'ji'  ;muBtiubvltably^flna'thoir ecopo fo,$6$  ;hio8W.') \\t<Bl\. iiuclVovbry gjri, ���������whutoVet-,  bor sbclar position niay be. would bb  v.thoAvbotterA for Atwo������ yoara' thorough  trnlnlngln hoUHowlfery, aoys tbo Phil-  ndolphla- Inquirer.'���������'. Therefore ��������� it ybiii  drbAVKqlrig'V through your "bopeloiB:  phnflo." try good honest liounowork n������  an nntldotc.���������-,.^ Work hard wltb your  handH and ut thb uamo time cultiviito  a cheerful sph-Jt nnd an interested  habit of mind.      '  chance was lost. VHe had to go at';the.  ���������;assil^rMnt^'.or������*quife^^  .;:'������T^-.;Uii&;:s-.?;;jj:tt^iiAiV^^  ���������g^tj|^a^|ia1>!:'diffi^  l^itiSVan^mpt^^  j^S^bkeiJihia^'^id^Itf^iSii  ;Athin^^lseV|w*^i^itb^^ ���������  Vliui^rS^ri^heAda0y?A^^  VGariodiahVVstaHed'vrbufcsiHevjw  ^.|:tb.a^T.-j^Bn^'tttV^  herdic, and was feeling justAabout7 a.j'  ^iserabl^i;asi:?ahy iself^e^eetinigtli'^i7}!  oould, when he was hailed by a.checrv  voice, of Gaelic accent ��������� "Hullo,-; whit.  .Varetfyouivfdm  mafitan  (for  such ho- proved  to ''be)'  Aiya 8������aVxiburly:-;Npya.-: ScotiahVp^liiieiahyJi  wifllVk.nbwrifall;bver;the11^  -th.ex'/8tT������rigthV7bfA:'hisVA:v^  occupying .the highest piece in the gift*  .ibfc-th'efc'cro'wn'ii^  A A^Thb ���������"- repprter .hitpldAhis-V'stpry���������how 7'hb:r  vbadvAbU'trunAtheV cohiBtable,Ahbvv Abb 'hadV  ��������� beenU'B'trandied^.'dndiKfl  ajgireeable;-- assigriiribrity' whichvVhb%hdd;;  ^beeh '--givbri;;: V :x yAXyAjy :���������' y ;���������! ytyffiiyy  VA:>"Pomb:;;''hore;v:%burigsieri'V''-:saidj^t^  r;'Nbya'-VS,cbtiani':ahd!f'fie..'itbb8Stlie'';'l^  the arml, "Ybu ;drbfhbtVgbirigAtb;Br<^k'-V  liiib'-'���������;tbrhight; birV AdriyA^othbr ttightJAoip  Buchairiiisaibri YbuVdre going to; Bleep'*  right iuphija, hotel������Va^y,you are, gqljjfa;  --Vtb-i'have-Vd'^goOd.'"-Bu'pper. ,VfIieave"|ii';'t01'-'  ;VmeAto7}dttiftri^. Jb^h)^t'Xcity.^i1pri','���������^.';;, '$  y,AAnd thbyiyventyiii tbyetiier, .Thq reporter wbrit-down tb the: 'restaurant and  * filled himebtfiwith Bbston, chicken pie;;  the. politiqiatji.: (wont,;;awby; 'to. ��������� return  half an hourA'later with ���������:the roriidrk,  ,"Here's the Vpjricfi^ of your^ day's wbrkv  ThatAJdck-ihroffibcwoti'tAdsk d Cdhn'  diah boy to proatitutov himself again,  :4h''-d''''hurry,'-'!;.'>:??v^,y yyyxyyyyy ,-,-���������  A -Then thoy had;a drink and :went  to bed, the bby^tpydredrri'of an dnge'i  ��������� inhuman: form, ,s(.ixTfeet br' more high A  ;HpJ awoke in thevtnornirig to .find his  Good Samaritan gone dno7^d ticket-for  Montreal rtwaiting him in an onvolopo.  ���������yi'y., "'-���������"���������*-������������������ ?:"��������� *���������.���������,���������.'-.!-.w:,-:.,;-,iT. ..;������������������" '������������������..������������������/./.������������������'���������iv-----'",.-���������  Xy...      . Working. Knowledgo. ; y;,  V$^^ithbugh; the ��������� joltb..:lB^ori vbimaoif ;������������������.-������",'  Vprominent   Brantford, ,' Ont,, .mdriri-  .'fdeturer, considcrod thfo'-o^oxtoo, good:  jitb 'kbbp.   He arid a man Who is hoad  ;i ofV'tiriiithor Brantford iridiistry spent  if thbi ,'Bummcr on \ the continent, and  '��������� whitb in If al y thoy decided to, take  iri: Grand OperaV "���������':'.'"��������� ���������V''V,-i'.vV  A .Thoy.wore   fooling   at nouce , witli  the World, and happy in It, bo while  ; tb,oy Bhbiild hnvo been helping every-  ^body'i oIbo in tlio audience to proaervo  abspluto Bilence, thoy carried on quito  d eonvbriiotiori.   Their feeling Of good  fellowship taking in more tluin thoni-  boIvob. the one who tells thia incident  turned to the Italian in thencxt abot  and, with a view to smarting a con-  vcMfttion,    askod,    "Do   you   epeak  ^EnglishP":. - ,-..*  ' Tlio    Italian's    answer     promptly  closed   tho   conversation.    He   aaid,  "Yon, I   know   vory   good   English.  Bhut upl"     .       V,'A,v,A ;,VV;,'  A Phone Inoldsnt  V. A houackeoper In New York phoned  to, the liabut uuirket. "Ilavo you dny  liver, this mornlngr v(       :  , .;!'l,!bopb .'iib," cranio the roaponse. wUh A     -������������������,,.  rt chewy luughwlileb waa not like the Oow Bu���������.."!"��������� V1  butebvr'a,   y ;.,;.���������      J    On Monday morning about a o'clock  . "Are yoii not tlio buwborr hIio fur*   nothvonitoB wnro dWcncd by acrwli  .tkor liKiulNJd - ."���������     of  oln"-   Andorlok/Wiglc,   who  oo-  unui -r,,y nnn���������uv;.��������� _^,, li.-i.i������������������!��������� -    cuples   the   houso   from   wliich   the  TSf^f nt S������h?&3 wU, S'1 "oi"' <������������no. ������nade a quick geuiuupt  I nm roally tDr. So-ood-so," crtiue tho h���������d. nnd on i?olmr outsldo found thai  laughltitf reply.  \\\* ���������  Aa tlitv woman recognised tbe name  of om������ of Iho ninat fommiH mirg*ona in  town; she -rasped nn apology and uerv-  .���������Vi&irwfc.o.  ���������&xy  -���������/.",'-')  .1,  '.ll".'.<  '������������������'^������������������AX,  ��������� .'<"  X,t<r ,  mmtm^mmimmmmmm  ������������������' \f :���������[ XX:  ���������'. .'|.:'.i.';l1'i.  lit  .. 'l.v  if  ���������yy,!;:  |*/:JMte'W.VV.^,  iMi*,i!#,ii>Air.a-ii  bod, and on going outside found that  a wandering cow had got hor horn*  fastened in a larga creeping vino and  in trying io fron her������#lf hnd amaahmi  In the wholo front,of' tha window.���������  V*'it������u*vjr Ivuoui <1.  x-yy:."���������  yxMx  J;.*'.i..|.������..j,i;..  ..'.i.Vi'lWI'J..  ���������^'^fie61briiaiia"ii&^^  yrdraStbpseA^pprq^i^^tV;^  ^ow|;drtfj^eiH|s^^  ^Kai^ApftVftA'8.impieAriat^ ma* ftl^fel  V^^ls^yjbe;used^but tbe effect must ^p^fj  iV;p^iffia1^ otherwise there- Ml$f0\  5,^vj^aniS^^ptbi������ For these colonlaU'l^^^j  v^p^gl^J^ai^^^iirtain coming even.5 ������|||tif|  :A:^tbytn^^lridbw;i|edge is used. ftl^p!  VV;^hWde^gM;^ii^^ cut will give the ||r^|^:  Vhbusewtfj^li^kii7^^ curtains aq ex~ i|^|l|j  '^ceiieni^idi^i^ new in this lines. ^Mf^y  -^hb'"'.flnbt;^ie8tiKri^a.^be top' ofthe Htus-  ���������  U!fi!iM:fci3!:B.|  ���������:y w,.,y.;yi  ,i-..V'J.������i;/VS?.,V;.j-.''' I  "   f\  iir' I  ��������� ',y.,-:.'������v.', ���������;>,-,.������  'yy'ryxms  Xyyivti  >u.-.yyx.,y  ���������XxxMy  AyAyx  y  y,  ���������tyyxitK  ������������������' -'-il -.{JfKHi'S'.  y.MyM  tvm NBwioiT DJtaioHtt nt ovwtjau k^:;  "���������������������������'���������*:. vV'.VA'^.'-v..;v^VyT������������������''.'. A'-' ��������� '':"'"'AX^X^m  this <V������lprn. It come������ in ..white, ivo-ry yl^p^  or beige. ������s fortyplgbt iqcliea wide and     ;'. ,'y  55'centa a yaM. ;.M' '-Vv,:���������-, - <��������� ��������� ���������.   ������������������������������������.��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� wphyyw  Another pntrernJn flsb.net H|rriulnto������y:-V^|A|  leiidid Kltt������������; aridVtb'hi Irlnnirulur nionltV;;7;yyM  ��������� weiira ;v*ryAW>llUd .>oriderfully; g������������bd-V#-:������  fabric for tho'loT* ptlco^f^^ntB,*^'^^  'XniiX^  ,,;-,,...I..I.  yard.  A touch of color and wnrmtli Ib appreciated In cold woatherat; tl^iwln* y.yi ww-;  tjow, drill lu no wny ca'o,tlil������iimiwi'.,l|^''^*''.>^^.^'  Abetter'.;;ured."'.thna whbV:iSj������?'Vk'iiJ������,������^lV';,v;A^:A:;  aerlin ciirtnln. The llltt������ti������tl6tt;ajM-i9������'''-'Vt'^V^  a floral dwr|jffo *rhl������ co\A, btPi/rm..tt4n,Xy:A^X.  BWHina or lihi-.**, prodonilnnUng.xpHvfr jyyy*i  la a bnrilpron Anoli aide. Thia ���������mata* ' r;,.V .  rint im������v l<������������ piH.^imiMj for ������2 eauto* *Ay{y,Xy:  i nutp iiiKi ih gotHi faiue.  %*,yy  .  vA'L "''^ufjiv^l  ifa " ������ &J*   'i'n * . '.'���������'^.W.liflli.'iJ  i  fiWfa!awV  iTtexMMtS'  ���������M.*.mM..i:������,X',*.t:,  :.,y^-^i^fMiA.y-ii'ifY^ym^vi iwf-^isyu !.'-ti.oi..,;,,.."*i >*Mi'<,mit:n*fc*,,{p''r* ^'Xyh^tfl  v,^^u,*-.- .y.M-y,y^-hu fflpwW'SV.~X,... ,:���������;....',-.���������;..'���������:.--  P^S^III&yV^VAAA^;  ^B^Illllilli^ATTA'*^  REAL ESTATE^ Etc.  ��������� $&^i$:&&A&?XX '������������������ yXAy  ^^liSIlvv:GH^S:7;Mo6RErv������^? v;  |ft^S^^:;B:q;V;'l^Ni>;: Surveyor and Architect  ^ssfe;VAyV.:'VyA.A^::y'iV-v ,vv'v,;.   :___j_--x-  Itlfii  l;7:VVAVV:V''VAVAVPlaiisand'.Spsbifloations --  ^^pi||f V^i ^;vv:VJ .7'7:;r>^V^A ��������� ^' ^t^-v ^' S: O N/r; r  S.::>'.sV>-V.V!n.  |5R-S"V WKV-;.������������������    .  !.?������������-A'V.yy  kZtry-yy ������������������������������������  AMXxyx  IfflyVVVV:,7  jfffeffiyfv  im&mA:  mx  wrt-yyxYxy.  m?Sxxxxxy  Britisk   Columbia   Land   Surveyor  .���������"-'������������������������:."' - B.v^.  TRAH*  S: A We  Havev $ 2������%������Q&$$������f-^i ^ Y^tni eut: v'-ihf |||^|||������|V^  |'---''' Cresto^Qbislri^  j;'; of  fromfffeoo :f^  'vi.yfef;yU^  If .yoiiV\va:utVc^  V ���������yVVyV:VAA'vP and-AseeViis:^  : W������ty:-p^  ���������ttirQUgli7^^  'vS^o ul^^au y w a^n tVvt  AprqpepV j yGallVAan&v vsee7 u^AT^grftding At^i|jf^V^Sv||iyAvS  ;l-:-yC:'VVv7^vlv^^^;V^  K^S  Mm  .foi^lnd^Vwitiiyrt   Wg4^eR||^n^^ii|bi  droiBriiakVrs-'^ud' cpstumi|^j|^u!^p^^d:  ft7Vdresi6iuaki'-n|A:: n,1)'^;V^f^0^fi^)i8:-  ^Wtabiishiribri^7oii vV^t^i^|������|yi^ei*|bp|-  ppsitb: the: ^thodid������x^^  .''.yMealsVrit^  -^;P;������'������?������^y'B::,Bv^:^^^  Sllyfill  am  OKEIvL7 YOUNG & CO,  V Real Estate and insurance.  ::yy'xsousesto rent  :.r^-T>-ric������������T������'r\-jvT '."���������  "K.GV  iun  MS^Sav^S^CT  '���������X-ypm:  ll^V^il^jxi-A^eV.v''y VP. OVfe  T������Vfft���������ss t    ivvr V cphTT  -Trained VNurse, of/Rathwell Hospital,  iVMariitolMuVAJteadyVfor:engagements of  Awivr SihdA'������Materhifey a specialty.      v  Xy^^^Mp^,:^C^XyyX.  :.:^jr UAX. y -i*V/ Y ������ ;.������Vi.V X>Z-*-������Vv<>  xAAyX.Gp0mx^^  :i  i'V'-W. VVA,VV:V ^VyVVVyAVV:^  f ^it^   *X XyyYAXyyAxyXyxyyyy'yyy     y: : %  ���������p^Pp^p^ppi^ppppip-^p^y^pP^^'^p,  V.'/Laistf 'TueSd^V^vemrig-VMi*s. J. Gher-;  .rii^tbd-wasVhq^  tWlVfcVJ  :;biiAM<*nclByiV.V  A'vHavbl^^  ���������fl*fi^T*A.^_-&^^1tvfe:  VVTh'b::)&$Yfer^^^  ;- i^JV ;peetetv':,������Pn-ibV^  y :F0R"SALE^Teari^Vwagan.and sleighV ifrbr^Vis^  B;C;  W^������v'y'*'v ��������� ���������':���������  fYjSpyyy yy - x y  \w&xyxxyxyxi  yyAyAXAXyAJj'M ���������. 'y .y  VCpiplOma liOndbriA As^, Accounfc^its>V |  ^Balance sheets prepared and verified  X xsookb balaaeed, opened and closed.     -  A   pairtrierships and company auditiug  V:eRKSTON'V:;:::v''.y;;^  TON-RjSAI^SaaV -  :^D.viNSXJR:AHCBvCQ''  VApply;tbV?A::C;VBi^,-Erickson, BVC;y  V Miss Gr^eV?rbm^^VwhoAliasAo^h  paying 'yaVyisItV^he^pavcm^  :SIrs;;SA .E-Afebiinley JyVlftf t'7 pn'V"S?to^������y;  last Vfor Seattle, vwliorbyshe; wUKre  'ber;y-former.;: ppsiti^nAV-ylu;- ..S.eat.'tie..:vj|iss-  :*C?bin.bley.' resides A vfiih: ^her'7Auucie;':I3j*..  J GibsoQ of -SeattleV:Vv:;V;Vv ���������     A-XXXAXy  bo sbrv^^q^'^ij^  tbe; Mt?i|^aist-$!^^  it O; seryicesyiu :^e5i^rjaih^  [vV ^auk:^bw'is;a'q^;f amil^  ' 'Alta.;, ��������� arri^d;-;ii^^  1 ^iUVmftkeytheir v hq^npiv^  OuC������;-.'bri ��������� Fpu^tli^St.>|ii^||i(^  ./V:;Mikb'',.GlftKierV^B;'Vri^  iUness,:tp bo at tUe^ld:^toeJvi^Biw  : V;.The V"e w A:"dres^a^r^|R>^^  Garrott,'Vhopes'A^Astrib*^  businessVand iriOdwa^pH  the.- fgvbrpf) tlfeifec^esJe^^  V' J. B. Bd^rarivhaBybeeri  days..VvVxXXyfAA!AlASf^v-*;^yv^7  7 ;Vvl*oaey:^ib'^:oi^^  ovtyV;nBVlo#Vri|i^:^  ���������J<*jbnstmy&1^rutp^  V V^h^/^EJi^tqr p������A|he|&ev|e^hSs^kenu  ::^^riA;'iu^h;'>rth^^|vi^b  ���������tKb";V^riPriB'^frmt|le  pqi't^'Syiirap^a^  l'XlB;'X*,C,V*-,-'Vt*- yUl*i*^JJV.;.������'i*.>?;���������^ryAV.ii^VA:.iVi''.vy'*>*f������.''i  V ;;;The dance7 g^iti^:;|he ^(^Mi^|Audi-,;  tbi-ititoAbriVlia^^  install t A V^dfe^Bui^^  orchestra d^^pinted7them0^^mi^ers  by'';'failingV^-pu^^^  :yery valUjEip^frlsub'stillij^  the*' shopje3^||4iss;;.H  ;-- -'i- ���������'.-������ ��������������� AC':tS'���������'^'yi''ji;\i:Z'XAjB .'���������i*V*i;,i'^;'',l!L;i'i.'C'-''ii-''i'. Ja'XXyL  3S5ii#;fyi-.?-������vv-yj..'i  ���������:0?0sxyxyxyx:  mmMmy  AB^itVLarids, iovsn Property and Irisirir  .iV7arice::V-:V''y'-A'.���������".'���������' %���������.:XAAx:y: .���������,"���������'.''��������� V7V-'v  'yA^pr; Re^t^V-lWA-a^es-.bf; land, V suitable;  for,. -I>airT.,vPoul|ry'' and ,VH6g' V F^isii,ni5V;y  situated -withinV: jvi^" uiiies of fi'\-e large  ;SliU-.es-:; ��������� House;'; BVrnS etc*. -'������������������ ���������:' Kai.^'" teruis V  AppiyvCV ;P. ;Hi]iV;fimb^t yMih  ���������be������a,V;AA; X:AyXxyAXXX'xX.A-:-.:VV,i5-tiy  yV Asywoll ��������� b3V^ri7������lseWhere: invthisvissue  a ������������������bommipmicatipri:ft<^  =low- VvHbrti<rT?lt'?ri-ft!istAfeives f ail inforniV  atibn Aabput ^.th&Vpask'in^sehpol- v?hich;;  will be held at Grestqh cbmnienciiiif; on  .theA2Qth'rinrt.AV^l^e::.;intpr^sted  fail to take this packing: school in;V VV  Aw-is, .repoyled Viri;^V^c^'i:isfi^:5pf^  ma'n.''a^]fel|bABl wrmpr^ j daucing nritiiiabbutV^O  ;"������ivi������.w::rtfVTw'r':7TAT^^ xy 'yyyxy:y-xyy- :y$,y.yyy,xyy;X.xy  liKSWIIBaifiifc  iPP^yP^Sl^^  "-SiJi*J?jS������?-  UK^SiOJN  T>. P  r*mxy>y,.  $teV",,  mxx  xxxz-xyxx  ff^V-'1''"  trtcw-.-.v .y .-  WiXX':  MX::  w$x.-  my  my ���������:������������������������������������'���������:  Ay Services Next Sunday.  Church of England  Satisfied custoroers are fche: best, advertisement. I can give references to lady  customers in Grtstpn who are.weUsat  *-1 is*ied with iny vi*6rk Aand; prices.'V;:All;  work guaranteed. Helena Garrett,  aressinaker and costumier, Vy"ictoria  Avenue, Greston, B; C. y  x -In the ANew    School   House���������Feb.  ; 19th (Sexagesima Sunday) Vv Matins,  Litany Sermon, 11 a- ^mV;- :Erickson  Sohool House, 3 p. m.; Evensong, Sermon, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday-School, 3 p. m.  Philip O.' Hdyitnan, Vicar  Prssbyterian Church  y: Services will'be ;held in  the Presby-  ��������� terian Ohuroh on Sunday next.   Morn-  ing Bervico.ll am.;   Evening service,  7.80 p.m.   Sunday sohool at 2,30p,tri.  You are cordially  invited to  ��������� join- bur  Bible OiaflB  S. H, Saukissiav, Pastor.  Methodist Church  Services on Sunday next: Service  at 11 a.m., Sunday Sohool and Bible  Class at 2-8C p.m.; Evening Service,  7.80 p.m.  P J Buthbrfoeu, pastor  Fon SAXR.���������LotB 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, Block  3, Dow's Addition. Send offer to owner, Mrs. W. Wilson, 651 jPif th StroeC,  Brandon; Manitoba.  m  Women'sWoes  ORESTON WOMEN ARE FINDING  RELIEF AT^-VAST  It does seem that women have more  than a fair sharo of tho aohos nnd' pains  that afflict humanity; they must "keep  lap," must attend to duties in spite of  constantly aching bucks, or headaches  diMsy spells, bearing-down pains; tboy  must Btoop over whon to stoop means  torture. They must walk nnd bend nnd  work with rackiug pains and many  nohoH from kidnoy ills. Klduoya canoo  more suffering than any other organ of  ttaebjdy. Keep tho kidneys well and  lioaltb is easily maintained, Road of n  remedy for kidneys only that helps and  euros tho kidnoys.  Mrs, Edward Oalwood, of 183, S. Harold  stroot, Fort William, Ont, ������ay������:  "I suffered with dull, miserablo pains,  saronoia across my back back nnd in my  ������idea, for month*.     Thoy would natob  Mr Jim Hutchinson, contractor at  Yahfc. arrived in Creston on Wednesday  of last week,  v  He is here to make preparations to  cake AMrB.V Hutchinson and the three  children bnek "with hini to Yahk, ho  having secured contracts in. that vicinity  which will keep him busy there for  -eyeral months, aud he proposes to have  nib.family near the scene of his business  operations,    v "y,-.'  .-  Whilst riding with a team of horses  Trom ASTabk to Oreston, Mr. Hutchinson  had aVibarrow escape from being run  down by the 'West bound passenger  Por somo distanco he trayolcd .'on':,thw  milwoy track,1 nndv when well-oh the  way he was oyertakbu by the train. At  that; point of .his.'..-journey, the snow is  banked rip by the. plows* ,io, a great  belghth on each bide of the track, hia  horses beoime very exosidu weafiag thtt  engine behind'them, and,;' the train  was slowed down wbiist.the trainmen  rissisted him to. got his teum into th-i  banks so the trnlu could phss"  At Oauybii Oity Mr, vHufbhinsbn left  the rail, and struck the liigh road home  tOyCreston.V, A vVyV.v V'';  This narrow escape, nnd the nocidont  to two Indians who wei'e,r,uii clown by n  Q. N. train between tho Yale Oolunihiii  and Port Hill, as reported elsowhoro in  this iHfiue, Bhould bo a-warning to nil  porsons not to use.tho railway truck as h  highway, especially whon. tho snow h*  banked up as Ib tho oaso.thin win tor,  FOR SALE���������A. 0roomed Btoro huild-  ing 20x21 but well built Now location  ou Sirow Avouiui, Prico including lot  $1000,   Apply to Eii!������ono Oonorta,  iu^iawVpf VMrA; T;y;^^B^ubq^w.hd|Bo-Vfar  ^his'yVbS^Vinstruml^a^linVjbrih^  yiess:.thaii yel^e^pep^&'tyVGrestpn.v; Mv.  ;BuubeyAsaysl'vt^asi!'������S^  sis he will in theviminediate f utiore:bring V  at leastVeight^ii^^qfeliisJre  \(3restpriiGbistricK:AAAAVvVy'vVW y\  V. A Have you;:seehVtheA:assOTte^  Enamel: waire at Ed,Vt^yJphnsqnVs:hard-v  ;wnre store pn^Fqur^  aridvirisj^t-fprybi^elfc  VVVMrsAVMaiiahjiiaineireturi^  cq^t'^tl^Ai^i<^vpf;Vlast'V^e^  hasvvbeeriVyisiting-relativesVtl^  weeksiV; SheA^asVat^pmpa^  sister ^"MissAATiARani seyV who %in^V8peiid;  trieybalarice^pf the.'Wirite^^  V What ^bvypuVtHinkipf At^pse: waist^;bn  show atVthe Mere lutile?';  faade by'^ilrsV' H.V^arrptf V and Vtheire^s  lots moreAvyhere they corns from^-ViARy  j: DV; McAlpiii of v-ffibyNelisonA^ily  News7oPnteStstaVffi paid'Grestoriva'visit  'oa.Saturd������iy'lia^..:''AVA-.':^:AA-AV-vyi^  rise  m  ?;ft:-.un.Ayv>dnesdayxe.yeiiii)i^  ' beif ^7t^^peo^i^d^yb|o^l^  ^BI^l^^^^^i@^^^^!^^^^^^^^|^B  ^eiri^VVth^w^ra^l1^  ^^^aj^^nde^t^^d^  '''"���������aiiiGus>ehtertaitiin'g%ajS^  F.J. Smyth, editor and proprietor of  tho Moyio Tjonrtor, enme in on Monday  lust to uK������ iu ilib "Hard times hall,"  For Sale,���������1120 noroa of crown-grniitod  exoollonfc Frnit Land on Kootoiiay Lnkor  Lot v������ia. Apply, C. P. Hill, BilloroBfc  Minos, Alberta IB-th  Pi"<>f-i<lont BrlgifH of tho Cunynn  Oity  m������ so badly at times that I oould source-1 t,���������,..^*- Oonmiuiv   naid Crouton a vinik  ly move uround.   The kidnoy flocrotiona' ljl"nllfir company, .pain uroston a M*it  Imd also beeu of n heavy ������olo> und eon  taiued a widinuint. Thon, I would bavo  dizzy spells and ultogethor, folt gener*  ally run down. After osing a numbur  of remedies without flndinjr roliof, I  Ifttttned of Eoath's Klduwy Pills nnd nm  plftiu-Ad to my, found thom an oxoollaut  remedy. They have relioved mo or tbo  -miserable palm- and soronesH in my bnok  nt/d have hIwP oiiiiMl of iuy uiliw Mduey  trouble."  For sale in  CrtiAl.111 by CccAtou Drug  nnd Book Op.   Sold by dnulors, Prloo  last  week  and  loft  for his home.in  Portland n fow days ago,  A Masquerade Ball^^bhthei7th of March.  ���������We' aro prepared toymnke.mbsquerad^  costumes for;'-'tliis OccasiphVv Oall aiid  give us your order efeirly at bhi������ Orbstnix  Jlothirig House. GienuW  V Mi.iypr Lii tie bias been sick iii.bed7 for  .three .days this week.'- VVVy. V:V Xx ::V yy:  ��������� Maddnie HfleuaiGarrett;requests tfe  iiidivs of.Orpstbn to briug'in their orders  for spring cbstuoiOB as soon as "possible,  to nvoid delay owing to the spring rush  of work.'WAV;: '���������,-'��������� Xx'X.AX yX.X'y:r xy.  Deepi'.:.. anqw y aided by. fci^ ;^rtuiib  prevented n Bbriotts acoldtut on Tueeday  morai������s last, jnsfc west of town; It  scorns that Mrs "v?^ K; Brown and Mrs.  R. S. BeVoh dnd her two ohildren were  out driving and just na thoy were near  the Robo rriuch the horiie beoamo nu-  inaiiagbabie arid threwVtho pbotiparit*  ont'iuto'i^'Bnpw-drifti;'',-'^  I ndies��������� and biiiidrou woro 'riot, in tlio least  in-jured^VA'v^VV .A . V ���������. ��������� v'VA;. V.V:  MpBt\dmbs Brown nnd A Bevan . then  walked - a, 'short distuned to theVRoisb  rnpoii arid tolephonod to Mr. Bo van who  camo to theiiMiBHlHtanoo. In tbo uiotiU'  i,iriip' tlie liorflo, e'noiimbiH'od only with a  harnosB, had made lightnld'Of Bpood to  tow'A-'dhd'wiib. fouud quietly standing at  Mr.' Brown's blaokHhilth shop dfl. if  uofcliirig had hiipponod.     , ; '  Havo ybu Boon thoHo now..wulBtuy!nt  pur dressinaltera place pit Victoria A/vo.  Thoy nro verypheap nnd pretty.'.' ..   ���������  ,T. Stinson, contractor of ErlekBoii,  lofr. tho foro pnrt nf this week for Yahk,  whero ho will dv'tibt a Btoro building for  Muidpck McLeod,," tbo ,Erleksoii mbr-  ohunt, Mr. McLeod having dooldod to  ombarkin busiue������B ill; Yahk.  Fov tlm HnnB ~Oy������itor Bholl, ground  bono, beef HorapB^ooorBo bono, mid ilrst-  olftHHwhoat, at tbo OroHtou Mercantile  Company,  ".'���������"'��������� -���������;'"���������*  Tho biild h'ondbd man may look wiHd,  Thursdayvymbrhirigvrjb^p^eV^  psr^bonsistingl^^vfBrarblbigh  of;merry mii^ralreabhed^^  ; Q%st6$j^^  ' y (Ooritiji$e^  i!y&y  PIANO, ���������Now afc railway Hlalion nonr  Oreston, will ho, fincrl flood  for wno^wl. if ho ''had boon wise, ho would have  wuli.  Novor lioonuiwl," fruity unnbln j huir now.-Bring In yonr job pri������|fcio������  to lieop it.���������Apply  in  l)r������li inutaneo (to tho llovlow Olllo'e,' f, ,  Ut������, A. G. MtTMftHAM, 2010, Oolnmhia '  '' V  atroot, Vancouver, B.U, .   P. niiniH& On', 'nro oxrcudl������K Andlm*  j ptiivlii'i thoir Ori'iiton Moat Miirkol;.  F. W.  Hawthorn*, the popular nignr i -,.-.���������--, ,-.',,  m"^* ������h������ r't 'hooth'oL"' LtdU'>������������������������������ <������ Nolson, wa������ <l'������ing bu������lno8H in I JPOR-SAI^ OHKAP-A onUcr, flood  j?ort^Brte* oS������.&������> CteSSffi^ v^mT* Itow������ tto ������tidof lMi'^rk' "Mm,W-������������������ Apirtyn|i!a������.tto^omw.'-:  trbduced ^th^^Hp^^'jM^  inflict a -..BeyereV:bipWV:tbAthev:fruit.an������  lumbering industne^pf;BriB  bia, "w'i!t^hbu^giyirigVarij-f ecp^yaient\ and,  whereas;the ��������� f riiitAiudp^  fauoy: ^and V requiredVfpsferirigjAy^     '.  whereas the fostering of these industriet.'  is.of vital inipbrtdrib.eVtb'the  this province; and, ���������whereaB theVpropo-  ed agreemehtwouid iiripairftheVoapital  iiivestmeut of thpsf- intereBted intbeBi  iriduBtrieB; now, beitre|blyed^ that thiV  dreaton F^t and Produce '.'Qrb'wbrB''  Aeiooiatiiia, ���������..'.���������iu'[[ feg^lMV*meetiug::;heri;  aaBtmbled, ������tron������ly cbridemuB the .proV  poped'aerccBaont^sri1^  thoso' twd'industrioa. :Vy }y-Ayxy..-. ;������������������'���������:(  '<. WheredS the;' prluoiplb,;.of;.;reeiprooity  with:)tlie/'ijjril^  uieKtiii; pliiirigeaV'itt,. tiib A polioy', adopted  during th-i past ten year* and vi'ithsilbb  suooesfl "py\ dariddav;: arid iriay; involve  OduadaVy n������ a wlible in a poliby vwhioh  will reHult in our commerce being diverted and flowing North to South, iri-  stead of EdBt to Wont da at present, to  the .grpai;, ^iBadvantiigo".of..: Canddiaii  Kuilrondfl, MariufabturofB and Prodne-  ers|ithorofore, the<[Croston Fruit and  Pnicluco Growers' ABBOoiation iu reguliir  mobtihjgV here aR8criildotli,:Vrf<j,aent the  eiiineBt attoritioii ol tho Govoiumout to  thoHo fnotfl, before any ohniugo what bo-  over ia mdno in the prooont BuoooBBful  Canadian Tariff Polioy,  And that bopiofl of thoso reBolutlonB  bo Bout to Promlor MoBride, A; S.  Goodove, Soridtor H. Boetook and Sir  Wilfred Ldurlor, ' VV"'  ���������vVegetftblo Oonimlttoo.M  It waa dooidod to oloot tbo. Vegetable  Oominitioo of flvo momb^rB 'actually  f-hlpiiirig that cla^in of goodp, arid tb  nllow tihe' other commit boa to remain  over! until .the next luootl.ng.        ; , V  MoBBra W. H. Kemp, 8. H, Fairhead,  &, Gobbltt, J. Hayden arid D./Lor-  iuoutliAvere proponed, arid., olooted unau-  iniously.' . ',:','���������,'  Tho ProHidont then threw the mooting  Open fov ti fifteen minuto disousnion on  nny topln rionnonted with fruit and pro-  dubo growing or marketing, and Messrs  JTorieu, .Fnlrhead, UoBp,VBrowp, Hayden,  George, Mann, end others piirtfoipfitf-d,  The mooting adjonraed at 1J :2o p, in.  ��������� -.���������,..-,.   v ���������.''.,���������'        - ' -;.V.'.V.*'-j ���������'-���������; '���������".*.''',' .'-���������  ^^ll^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  :wy y-: :;:^'7vlwp;'h^pSori'P'^p  A^-r-TdHr^^f^;  -u      i  'javmmw^Simikm.'X     ~ . y'x'w f   -'.   .finr    y i   i/ " ' \-'r r ������������������     - " iVi      - " "L" '^T      , '"    V.v   ,,;;  fihe^mmmmtm  WM^MM������^^^M^SM^WM������M.  mm  . _.v.,,���������;���������: ,., .....;....fW^fj"ij������i'...y..y'.i,..i\-������������������:x.,,::t:.i. y-yyxy^ ���������:-,)..',...*'xy.^.'X'x^y'.-iiX-'li'fi'tiKJfj'^  ^'.,;^:-:*-:.:-:.-:'vii>��������� i:^'i:-V:i'^t;^'/:/.:,.''','"lii''���������������������������.'���������y'.'h'l'';,;:^.-,"V:'';��������� Ayx '���������.���������yi]'ii4'-:&y$^  A:yAY,y^^y:^.^^0^^  t'W-'XjM^ yM.::r.-:\'i,.'���������:ii.i,..;',MX,^mKi'i-^'xr.'lj'.WKMt.-Ail  :Wv;  ��������������������������� v   L;i,,,;fc,_:'-i_-������-*ttilfcrot^������ThiiW' 'I   '"' '   '    v ' '��������� ^ !���������"���������' * M  ���������Ms*s<Miiai*i<n������ii'-*-i>|iiis>MWi������>s*ss<fc>-,w������>< yMya.^waffy.^^y^^J^^,-;  v^ .������������������-.,_.���������.       x.wXxy.yyi.  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