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I S>>'i.'.;;.,--T>r^i-'BI>-B ���������  : ���������:'],..,_ -.--. ,.y.-'  Mtrchaat  paps  B;'''''v'A||^5||:i?;V|Vi  ���������^^v^.,i'^y':C^:-i.Y^:^y':^  ;������������^^#  -JSMMllil \!  Ha ByI il S BiuSal 8  ^i^^^y^vY^y//;W0fXy.  yy-.^-yX  ���������&myy^-"-  ^V of beans W  ftfiVbroiSffej^^  ���������&i&Sffip������0Miile1^  ~vX*iThisjcotmt^ascertiffeditdshy; DriAA j-i  S'L:$$*!^yiS!|*^;Kyj^^!:^S;i^  'iT.rL-.-yfit.yt.-O.'.'i IJi^wl^Qir-c! ATn.-QirijI :;'������>yi. 'AVis^rt ,rt*^ *./'?���������':-!V,'.:  ������������8 >'���������>���������������.������ a ������;< ������'������ 9������ ���������8������'<**ti)fr<> ||  scholars of the Sunday sohool and those  tree -was beautifully decorated with preV  Btmtlm   _ .  Laib and K., K Laib,' pioneers, ���������'��������� prospec-  torsand miners of B.C., whose knowledge of the vast count* y comprised in  Vehe Kootenay distrlctsaud of the mining  B x.L'A-' ,^-.-=:-v,,J'!i('jn.-lL.'_^i^-r*l_i;l'rt''''- f-'.-w*.."'- -���������!^',-f-,ii<..i-,.',^.^*-.'l^.i''-'Y-v/."tr'vY,^.--S';. ,i;?''i,j,--;. ",:."     ���������'   "'* '���������* -'������������������''������������������-������������������-'������������������ ���������"-'���������.-.'-';. ��������� **���������- ...,*-,-. .t , n. ..at -.��������������������������� ���������������������������-.-.. r....- **i������.. i-.*<-.:. ,.-���������..���������_, ���������  :,i'8t-_^|.wfcf!i^^  >,. vy;���������' ��������� ,���������,....^������;l..T���������*^.^.;-���������,<',i-���������'A���������':,^.4v'i,'',���������;,>>^':.���������'.'..i;:'''. f.'-!'f,"i^--/',.-f c "1 ���������������������������"���������  _ V;;A:|,0an8;^d^ib^^lw  IVAV''VV!V^VBeo-t^^  *""' ''''iJo>Ud:^;^iwi|||g^  RpolUtMon by^  V#?:yV;^:������eoUi^b'^        ''   "'"' '  ,''inV',-' -r'',''.������������������',"YT'*ii *r!T-���������i ".-ifi  i,j7^'Y;-VVf.*Tfe^RMi^  [jjj ���������;; :AS:v:v;^'������^a|io^^  ^V^^'^',Votk������o^:!':^V:'AV^Y^  XX"'"..,'-1:..,.,'���������''.. i-.-'--������������������yi-.: !������������������:'..it;i,i-yivM'%!'iw<i' iiyt-i'WiXiiyi  XX Ilooitation  by    Bessie  HurJ7,   ������������������ A  l;a;i.vA;v::;fimaoicAitt;^  .<VY'V'r;iVYii.Reoito������otf  i;f:V':v^;:'fo-ry^oi^_^  ih;;;i-������������������&.>i^  w-Z- .;:���������: v *?!fflM'.%FW..$. yy yxXx(xXAti;ikAAw  *      '-' .C*ttw������i;:;Vl!^lw.i^  |ii,;i'..i...  ���������:Ax  KcVVfes,  tl'X,  A������or.;,*the^-n)p^M'^  ^VV,;pletedCBnn*^;^  c;;jj5n^v;'F..;j.v  ,i.,,:.lV*';:'Ay^^nW  ^���������^l-ia^  i    v   ; jbyod;^ .     i  ^yXAAAXi-XXyAXyXXAxXy';;' -;'i;; ���������"-, ��������� "��������� *Axx  <'    V V^  Sbme^ea^agoR. M; LaiS  man over a gong of men employed by  tald^goyertkeolaims from the original  ;ojMoy$e^     Xy '���������A-XXy-xx :$y0XxA.  ;'.' VMr|V^VM;;!ii' Laib' 'says;; V^ PeppljaVwlio  show fchei^rigu^  spout $215,000 -In,'provl^ properties  y ���������tyyyy^yxyyiFpyy^hxiyi'^yyy ���������:���������������������������:: .���������:." "������������������������������������yy  bofore taking satt>;0'Over,,'j;A'\.:;i:.-'       xxy  >;;i:VWj>:;iivni1!^  '.widt)_;:;ifw:;^  pies averflged 62 per bout.of theboet  hbmfttitoVvV-V^  ':^hereVoro^TOililpiiis^  ,':Y':,:;'j!ii[:;i.::ii���������'!'.f,v;'.:iwi������,,y,  iVi//'r.^fe*n::*..^^n'-!?^  VA V'v^'^s^ 'w^'!" v^^'^S^l^R^  i.'A7A:.:|bon'd''niid'Vls^  '���������������������������' i a";;; ; wit^wi^ ytiffijimM^  ; 'X v ������������������*. lf������' Nel wnA^d ''iwr^yi^d':^ *w^*i  -'"v^WffYOWvil^olfti^  the 40 claims the milway oompany took  'Joyb-^ijwd'BbonerVw  j^^ilin^^  (^li^'-^l^'i)^ ;Uie  renbwnod Wklng coals of tho Crow's  Nest o^ the Iron  ���������Mi^^M&^i;, a vltfts't1" water power  W^ln,WSyidiii������hoe.;' ;y'  .Y^Wlih'.vtho^  bhpnbry'-wiUAbolib^i^  .tUouB^/^hftm-n^ ��������� 'tbo'  ,l������liu*JbJ;^uruMb^;bn^  rrtlinff;piiii:^vf^  ,y. p^ibiijig:^ in n  ���������^oubmii^ "by ;,;y Vi'6^^  'lavbmble ���������oiwumBtandibii^olidtwby.'ttiny'  yet'Uyb/,^s^  groat; Bioei.'.ibcluNfci^y^' tlitoX !^!^iu������mol������ivT ^  orthoses*. A y'V-1':';1^^  "���������:���������������������������'' -'.':,   :>,������������������;^..,;,,i;Ly^.i\A:X,:y '���������'��������� yi'Xyyy,  xw^  whioh So ninnh';n'nrlbslr.y hss iw������n nroria.  '^1������'-iiijus. ������r/*iyb'd -. ni. d,������0Htojjf' -1- Aiidi'- ���������ta'mtor  the oste of,rtwo oxpeiffn is on the way to  Cauyou City.   It will shortly bo tostod  ���������^slvel from   the - Hon.   Attortey.jinP'ttoUcrdlwork     beinghltohod to a ^  Dm.OO, 1010.  OettoialU dsparttuent. '^xvyx-yyxy X j uud> of Ths Oanyon City Ooy's lntubsr  the Herald-Angels sing.'  #������o������;i':",'"'":" '" '"""'"   "  y->-ixxy.  " YX'Mfyy  |^Mpwj|^*^|ioi'^^  IflR&i^-OT  ^VR^^oail^M^  VDialpgue, Mab^^  ;H^b^niyV;;;7V|^  ^Srtoi'^Bljt^owiV^^  AgneB Miller, Gertie Gilpih and Stanley  rBo^d^|y'i^  ^^yxXAAWiA0YX:y^xy:;yy:y:yyy!y  ^o^ebita^pn^Bei^  V Duet and chorus by the Sunday school  Joiin^^ami^^  J;.>^teVpiie|iiMRr^  'Ms?BastOB'asidolAof;gb^';^nta, Chi*aB,  'aad:f^irl^.broagh6^  hlfl^itiyjlbo;;.^  ���������renllzed from the door reoolpts.V  .���������.���������j..r-. ;-���������.-:-���������;.!.���������,:xy.,,,:��������� yyy;y,������yy\\y\/.���������,.-������������������ ..������������������!  '-'..."V;.',,;'  .j'yy':'������. ;.y..'.."' '-"If ���������''''., ���������'"'"'���������'/'Vl' ''-'"������  ' ''Yt"1"' ������������������' '  '.i^Y  Y;;AboutV:75A^r;Vbeni:;bry^^  have boon rejected owing to bndoyoB  and cigarette hORrtfl. 'A'yyX^'-  ; ;,'���������: 'NOTICE''^0-'CONTRACTORS *.''.*{ .'������������������  ' ���������,',,    '";''���������'���������,'\*, XX- ���������'��������� >',������������������''"..''���������''''���������.. ;*;������*ws������' '  -';';,*���������' ���������',;(��������������� -l:' ).>'-��������� "���������. ���������', -���������  ; lAYVv'To^erBYwmV^ vby:; tlio ; ;.���������  ���������; ;\;uudeMlgn������4!iip^ ;.-,  ;: Snd day; of, ^ouary, ttexti,' for> -iho .;;.  ;;! Oarppntery: wjofrjt; about to bo dbuo'..;;'.''.  ;', on oort!ftjja,oflabp|j to bo ereotod on ; ;i  f; :������������������} Lot '6>;^J^k;^;#iisbh * JiVonuo,:"]'{.  ;���������; lAi^u front ;*^ >:  iv^fllpp.    PUns and wpeclflostions i  '������������������;' elKiiod Tbo lowo������t or any tontler :',  ,; |   not neospHsrily accepted.  |^fii|^^stipfi^  Creston, the train crew turned a help-  on the station platform. .Af tar the train  rnnllofl&������������*'i,-i3&'i*^i'^������^i'*i  ^J^'"^,*>-/,r?,~iv'.:r:-:'*^*',i!'.':y-v"V^^  cali������d, and upon. investigating matters  found that the man had the followJag  ��������� i John ,0. Oowau, has an un-united  fraoture of the hip, and is in pretty  bad conditioo, and is not well able  ������to^r^is2ivii>^  oircnm stances.   I believe him to be  Fred. Little and station agent Reid had  .jroQ^-y^'i^^ftYl^l  |Vj^^a^Biun^^  ^hla^^  stable  Gunn A;wiired\^phieiE'ycbnstable  During the afternoon the man made a  deliberate attemptV^  With a razor which he had secreted ou  :&M^^^:iM&^M&^^^^^&A^m^M  jsuks. jsaoay was: noBsinejoasesssssatB: appears  mmmmmm^mmmMmmAm  7^^^e|o^||tfj;Vpfl^'Vi^^  ^bbi^|a^l^  ba^dligsy^itnerA-;^^ ^:A*^.yti*obess  attended, and as this was the second  time the case had been called, the action  ,T^gc1i^^d$w^!i ^costs Viftgi^nstV the'  :jhadVjteii^^a'^^  occasions as the result of celebrating  ^S!!  ��������� ������������������������������������������������<���������>������ ������ t������0 HCMtMU  vn^wvh0Md^y5  Oounoil has bean passed makioR  .���������^ttawa/;:Dep;i^  ;feMda^^^p^em^r2^^d^^  'T^7d^!;iir^.V:^  f;::f^o^SMd^siAV^^^  ypwsa; the schooi -^jTijVhpt p^^  y^esdayjino^  Mr. Simpson, foreman for C. O. Bodgers,  spent a wellrearaed. holiday iu  Misses: Hickey and Knott are home  ���������\..- Y -,.!���������.-<���������'.:-v, *��������� (.������': -f':v i. j .*.'���������'. '���������).���������'������������������XX.'���������"'"'Y^Xy t^-^"?:-'.-'^*^ V'���������''. '���������'"''.���������'';-; i"'i  "���������.'���������-; ~  '   Mrs.   McPherson has fully recovered  Jules Primmaz  '.- et^A-fJ--*^i-iU:':1^'��������� ;���������-'^ ������������������T^'-.lt'��������� ^���������,i^<.:-y*vl\-^?i?,'fe,./^.������ij';.'.'--^  ��������� ��������� '-o.*ti|yS;^i;������5l5:vi?ay������������ra%I5ss~'; ���������**���������- "jt*S5t*  iwee1w|-s|*bVwas9  ;*:.,fe%v-*i-^-^.>:^;-';'^  nusAJtantingVn^^  record������  If  .-���������.,-J.-' -"i^ *v*^ -.'..;'"*..*--''* "^  Yl^.^^    i- '-/*--'>"..    '*Y'- r 11,     ' ���������". ��������� i, 'j   .^i-.-.. ������������������-������'. ,-.,-*.���������. o  ,;v> -*ii,\ f-.^v*. ���������*-^.-'V������t,L '^-.*^ 5'-^-*i-^^ J  ,a^i^por^|^yOpM  'fApMgJh^ifmMV^^JI^^  house was a huge success. A The little  ys'y-yy.rvytyy-yyxw  oiies sutg their isong?, gavo.their rsolta-.  '���������^?a';iS5^WY^S:f������f^  *#QW-i'#*npKchtfdT^^  ���������wns^tbevflrst ..ChnstmaB  treev concert  heldin this community, and those *wbo  ass  ^^;foi||iei^y'^^  '^^^^^^i^i^^^^^^^w^ifiif-  bj^^:b^iiw[s^e^  Hp!^^;^is|i.|i^nM|^  give much idformatioii abbnt himBelf;  He does not appear to be able* to walk,  froin a dual cause, viz., that of a injur-  7edv bipvand'^m-intwiri^^  ^uyr-y.->^:yyx:f;.y)y.xyx-:>:yx^yy-->y:'yyiyyty^XX' '-'xx:  SV^te^in^jeAey^ti  of ���������Constable Gunn at the jail; Cowan  made a second try on hislifb, hut having  no weapons other than his hand*?, his at-  |eitnp^s^eM;fuli^  A| V jDoisfeMb Qnna:;:te;.  up again with the Nelson polloe, and in  all likelihood Cowan will bo tdkeii back  t;^ i^liwtt. V:''y I fc "��������� V 1������ A; tetc ^; thot A-'t h 9'vjia������������iton  pblioj^  '.the ��������� tipugh; element.yfchn|Vorpp iynp!-.froin''  time to time looally;' without beintrVsod-  died yijwitiiVY 'thb;V barb V'bf,7;VoV^white;  bibphaiit '$;:, ttoiitt'-;N^oni*^ik^  Cowan.   The NelBoa poH  afteVtjteir^^  '��������� ���������::;'���������:'���������^���������;K���������:*:;"���������:���������", : ":i-,;-''-:;,,'!! ���������-������������������'vMaV" "'''  ::^jtjiS(i)i^nmiys^  iiqunre yurd.���������C.C.S*  '^���������XiXs  place re .the organ in^^Vthe; Jlethiidist  churoh at Creston^ Alt was agreed that  the school should he prdjwrly heated,  and all hands were A nailing boards the  'Mr.   O.  O;   Rodgers    contehiplates  ^tm^mMmmm^m^:^m^mmmmii  y :yii''xxi,r:-\,yyii:..:,:i.^,c,i.,.^x:,i^..y^v\ii:^iyp^yix.,.-.. v   yxyyiyXxA^xyyiiX: vv-^yY^'VSi^sfr^y  Kotlce to deer hunters.���������The Government ls now open to receive oontribu-  ,.- '"K;^C'.;Y;'r:--YT;v,YiJ^"''l'.-'H^-'^'f':'.-'iV'YY.v^i.VjSj^-yv^Y-'v  tionr in anrounts over ?50 from thoso  Mordooh - MoLeod and staff! attended  -fche^ruffcinOT  v':;v;Mr)$^  homb-in'Bat^tbhpwan^  ..: 'A.A;' YX:'yAfAi!AXiAAXAXxX:[j;fyy:iixyAA  Christmas poBsod off very quietly ut  : ..���������.,,������������������-.1. t ;, ,y,-v������.'.y'i?yv.>;'.,.y,, y, ;i.. y..-..1.-;"���������v.'/.";��������� v;..<���������,-".'���������;.(,���������.-.:,  Canyon Oity; -Hoi a: sisiglb^birtb^:; aarw|  riai'&'Vw^^  dr-auk[b^ke'-tiao;^  'Editbrnot/t-o-Dia^  ;,f :'-���������' ���������������������������������..*'.:Ja .)  that the NotalDay foil this year on  a Suuday hid something to do >ltb  ,.... ..'��������� -'.,(.,.,,.., ;,-;-LSi /-:.';.-.]'.i;',-",'.,-...-."y, yy- yyy'<:y,y<  this peaceful celebrating.      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REYIEW:  A becoming hat is the most comfort-  in" article of clothing a-woman can possess, and it is confidently asserted that  the women who are the most admired  for their appearance take unlimited time  in selecting each; and every '-*-  hat      they  purcbase.; With the liair becomingly and  fashionably.'"arranged" and with a smart  new hat, a shabby old gown'will-scarcely  be noticed, because the hat will at once  challenge' attention;;. ���������* ��������� ���������, -. - V   A-  Hats ore eccentrie, but how could thoy  be otherwise in this dayV when eccentricity reigns supreme? ' A, conservative,  modest liat would; be quite out of keeping with an exaggeratedly tight skirt or  fantastically'cut jacket. At the same  time there is every indication that there  is a censor at'work1 at the "present extremes in dress, and the hats are less  and less blatantly conspicuous. There is  a great diversity in shape and size. So  large are many of the evening'..hats that  the hat of last winter, considered huge,  now looks quite, top'small,'but. there are  quite as inimy- of medium size-'and e%*en  exaggeratedly small shapes that are  very smart and very becoming. To wear  with the tailored street gown there are  any number of small turtwins, round and  with brims that are turned back around  the entire hat. There are pointed conical shapes, a more than bint of the dunce  cap, this last made higher by one or  two stiff feathers or a "fantaisie," and it  must be admitted one and all are smart  and attractive. Y. .-,.������������������  Many Materials Used.  So much novY depends upon now the  hair is arranged in the choice of the  shape. The amount of hair, natural or  false, has a lot to do with bow the hat  looks on the head, and "while there is  ' something rather attractive and coquettish in the hat pulled'down over the  head, unless there is sufficient hair %o  bold out the hat from the face the effect is grotesque rather than smart.  Many milliners contend that the band., or  halo^ iniside tbe Verbwn of the hat spoils  the shaps and holds the hat too fax from  the head, but in many cases it is imperative that there be something inside tbe  crown to hold up the bat.  The number of different materials used is quite remarkable this season. Satiii,  velvet, cloth, beaver and,; for later in the  winter, fur are all included in the .category, while in addition there are theatre hats of embroidered silk, V net tulle  and lace. Then there is quitie as much  variety in color as material, while the  ever failing all black hat is as popular as  ever, and just as necessary to the completion of the winter outfit. It is quite a  mooted question whether the black hat  is not smarter with even the colored costume, but there are many women to  whom the aii biack hut is not osecmlng  and who look better in a bat that  matches the gown. It is all a matter of  individual taste, to be decided by what  is the more becoming. For the meantime  there is a great demand for the smart  becoming all black hat that looks well  with all gowns.  Satin hats were so fashionable in  Paris last summer that it wa3 thought  they would be quite the smartest hats  of the autumn, but they are not conspicuously popular, and quite as many bea-  ,vcr and velvet arc already to be noticed.  A becoming smart black satin hat is a  delightful thing to own, but the material is in itself hard and unbecoming, and  when put over too hard and stiff, a  frame does not look as one would wish.  Over the softer frames it is much better, and the larger shapes are more becoming than the small. Combined with  another material or trimmed effectively,  satin hats are delightful for autumn  wear, and it is really more sensible to  have different materials for tho different seasons. Tho all feather hats, so  fashionable in Paris at this time of year,  have never heen popular in America.  This year there are more to he seen, and  it is to bo desired that the fashion will  eventually ho''accepted, for, like the satin hats, these should be a between season style.  Velvet hats aro so universally becoming and smart that year after'year, and  now it may be saiil season after season,  they arc in demand. To begin the winter  the fashionable woman invariably orders a Rmall black velvet hat; later there  is the linger shape required and also the  large velvet trimmed if not entirely velvet theatre hat. Thero w no hard and  fn*l rub: as to the trimming, natrioli feathers, aigrettes and' egrets, bows of ribbon, bird of paradise plumes and stiff  loops of lace or tulle all are smart nnd  effective. This season it is fashionable  to put colored feathers on the black  nnd white Und pray and white���������thftHQ  last?most wonderful examples of fine  foatjipr work. A fashion of long ngo has  al*o been revived on the trimming of  grebe,,' feathers���������the breasts, not the  wings. This, h a solid trimming, looking  more like fur than feathers at a distance, and i>i fashionable not only for  millinery, but for gown*.  White Plumes Effective,  White aigrettes or white feathers on  the black or dark bine velvet hats aro  ���������jjways striking in effect and as a rule  becoming. At the moment fashion do-  uiundri that there bhall bu a lot of white  used, but fashion may command and individual tamo will only accede in so  far as may he becoming, and too much  white, in the trimming of a hut never  fci>i*iU4 quite *o ntn.irt as when there j*  only a ������mnl1 quantify. A black velvet  hat, all black, extremely dimple in design, in most popular, and this has but  one touch of whito In a stiff, thick short  aigrette plnrred quite fnr toward tie  back and at tho left ������iih������, It in thrust  through the band of velvet tlint vnAr-  clen tlie crown and Is tho rmlv trlmnilnt*.  Immense Evening Hats.  Theatre hnt't the litl* i". n m\������vr>mi>r  for tho rule in accepted that only in tho  bov<*������ at thi* theatre rail lmti be wrtrn��������� ���������  aro really ilcaigiied for thu dlnnftr <*r  mippor at the fashionable rcntaiirutiM.  Tho flxagporatmlly largo lint** count un-  ;Vr'fMi fltiMflrMlf.*,, I������n*. *' ***** an* nl-  no most fnneinritinp arnitll ���������nq'len nnd  turbans, extremely becoming to botii U������?  latlons fl������ imakft it'SMcn quit* new. The  flncut of laco not, brocaded and ctnbrol-  4h*v������*d HAltn and velvets all arc (������fiK������ib1������:  thu iwt iw louk ruailv -luait uiu������'. give  the  effect  of  folds  of material      tied  around the head, and if a study is made  of the Turkish turban a most satisfactory up to date hat can be evolved.  .    Such high pi ices are asked for     hats  this winter that the first visits paid to  the fashionable, milliners are, to say the  least, depressing to the woman of good  taste'and limited  income.  There      are  shapes and trimmings quite impossible  to copy, for in one case it. is a'carefully  worked out beauty of line, in another  younger and older women, designel to  be worn with elaborate theatre and restaurants gowns. The  draped turban  of  tulle was one of the favorite7 styles    of  last spring, but it is again included with  the winter fashions, only with such var-  it is a costly trimming���������that is, costly  in itself, and notV always, because fashion has made it so.   But this is not   a  season when all hats are high priced or  impossible to cope. All the: department  shops are exhibiting fascinatingly attractive sbapesvthat can perfectly well     be  trimmed by amateur talent, there     are  countless trimmings that are  comparatively inexpensive, and it really would  be  a crime  for a woman to go  about  with an unbecoming haty and give  the  excuse that she could not afford to buy  anything better.       ,,  For the Tfortunate individual who can  buy without counting the cost the field  of choice is apparently endless. but  time, taste and thought ���������'���������-..expended in  this winter's millinery will be belter invested than even in those grand old  days''when', we. are told everything cost  nothing.  A. T. Abhmorc.  EMBROIDERY   APRON  A very simple apron, fur enibro.de;eri  is uiade'of'a. big-square, tif lawn m tlun-  iiy, turned up about a -third-of ���������*-���������- length  and fea.therscitehed 'into-.fou*. pookete  Three of thtjsa.hold-:.embroidery piece*,  the fourth::RagaHi feutherstiUvovL mto  five div:6ipi% cKch fov a,sJ|wuU- color  of silk. The hem V>:v the*-e: p it-!ct:t-������ is  lined with -canton f'^miel-boioi e being  tiiriiedV-down and fee.Lher?tii ehed. and is  used as.- aneedle e^V The re>t -of the  foods'is' hemu'isd-aU-aronnjl and j-rovulod  trith ribbon, drawing *tving5s,s.< ������*:at it  can be worn a*? an apron.  V This U-.especially pretty in some I.gh*.  co;orV such ��������� ss. "pink,' with deeper j">nk  embroidery ami ribbons, or' iu while  with some such dainty shade, a> biby  blue or Xu������ green. Tha silk^and nb������>on  should both it* washable, *P th.it the  whole apron can go? in thtj tub \vl*en  necessary. It is a ".pretty gsff to an embroiderer, and one that will c^the iu h.oi-  dv during the.,afternoou-,ne.ghborhood  calls, or in winter *v'enia'gs spent at  home. ���������"~" ;:; XyXr  wiie  The tvise liouse-  kiiows the  importance of  always keeping a  good supply of  Windsor Dairy?))  Salt on hand.  ���������s'   ' 'I  'A'!  She  knows  DOUBLE  WORN  PARIS.  This, creation wiUKed into the sh op of a Parisian photographer . the  other day to have ite picture take n. When the camera clicked it caught  a good view of the enormous hat, tilted to expose the cap below, which  stays on when the wearer takes of f the hat at the theatre or elsewhere.  When Mademoiselle came to settle f or her picture the photographer discovered tbat. his customer was non e other than our little friend Gab*?  Deslys,   ex-King   Manuel's   "lady,., friend."  drooping willow plume that is used, but  the partly curled and clinging ostrich  feather. The trimming need not be so  ruinously expensive as it sodnds, as  most of us have old plumes of one sort  or another, perhaps short lengths no  longer possible to use in any other wiy,  and these can well be utilized by making feather edgings and bandings of  them. Certainly the trimming is very  modish���������quite the last word in smartness, in fact.  DESIGN   NEW   "GOWN"   FOR THE  SUFFRAGETTE.  This "creation" was exhibited at  the recent fall meeting of the La-dies  Tailors' Association, which aims to  bo "thoroughly American," and  spurns Parisian stylee. Judging from  the suffragette ."frock-," they will  throw off not only tho foreign fashion yoke, but the petticoats as woll,  for this sample ia innocent of ruffles,  pleats, tucks nnd all fominino frills.  Tho trousers, yes, roaj troueerfr-raro*  full, about a yard wide, baggy at the"'  knees and full oi pockets. A plain  sack coat, a soft hat, castor gloves,  red tio and whito v shirtwaist complete tho costume.  OSTRICH FEATHERS      y  Together with velvet anil fur, another  trimming has been revived this fall for  the benefit of The fashionable maiden���������  hands of ostrich feathers. Very light  concerning thlngu of which she ought  still to ho in ignorance, such as bcaus  ond parties. Imtead of being content  to stay at homo and nimiso horuolf alio  becomes possessed of a wanderlust, some  placo to po whoro hor clothes, onn bo  admired. Thoy give her a falso sense  of hor ttttraotlvetu'iuY  So nitioh for bet* mental attitude.  DrcsBed in clothes yoni'R too old for her,  9,]\c p'loc out ot night'like ' the older  member**' of sor ������ex, but without their  ability to take care of themselves. Ts  i* any wonder thnn that Htio become*-  foolish enough to think that every boy  who looks nt her does ho with ndinlrn*  limit fleon ������U������ in nice a nareloHH ac*  qujiintutici'H. aniuiip boys who aro nono  too particular im tu the ago of the (jbls  they K������ ������������t with, llecfiilly hi a Hup-  ponedly lilph claw* nuinmor pardon woro (  n'j'ii HiiviTiil mikiIi ovur-droHHcd young-  and fluffy thia trliuniliip i*, ami, of  eoum\ very ������K|i������iinIvo iiIho. It ban not  the warm tipp^nranee of innrabou, nor  thn licavltiitMH of fur, and therefore will  porbably be much In fiivor nmong tho  elite of fanlilon until Into In the Nenxoii,  One cliariiiiup evi-niiiR <imik n< < u ic  ix'My was uf IVr-dnn ������!lk und**r rh\ftnn,  and tho kimono ilceve on<l tho. nallor  fentlipm. The big picture hut worn with  tlilw Hook wa������, of cnumr, trhnniod with  pluwci also.   Mu'.uialiy, It l* not tbo  READY-MADE  DRESSES  Often you wili see leal bargain^ :n  frocks and blouses on the ready-made  counter. Do not give one look at the  cheap lace or ti miming, or at the >vav  the seams are finished, and throw it  back. Buy jour buigain, tike it home  and reuwui .tiin i cjy-usiMta ;t.  Cheap lace can w leplaced by good;  dainty tulle or net frills can take the  place of cheap ruffhw; ?oaais can be  rcstitched and coarse embroidery worked  over by hand. If the material and ihe  cut justify your buying th? garment at  all, you can give it niT individual touch  that will raUe the value of your bargain  75 per cent.  And even wheie there is nothing  noticeably cheap ol* common about the  garment/ try to give those little extra  touches; thin yaii \yill be in no danger  of meeting vonr new gown on another  woman at the next street corner.  KNITTED  COSTUMES  Paris has taken up tbe vogue of knitted goods, and taken it up with a will.  The latest fancy is the three-piece costume, consisting of cap, gloves and  sweater coat. This is intended primarily  for Bkating, etc., but will bo worn this  winter even on the street. The coats aro  verv- long, with deep pockets and with  leather rovers and turnback cuffa.  .Among caps there are the tam-o'-  Bliantor and the capuchon types, the latter buttoning in front and having a  warm little capo that fits about the neck  and shoulders.  Even knitted skirts arc not unknown,  and are a joy .forever.,'to.', the happy ai\-  turnn golfer.    All these  garments aro  made to fit rather snugly, and do not  require belts or any other form of extra  fastening. Gray, white, brown and green  are favorite colors.  If you know how to Knit, or can learn  how, here is the way to make yourself  a vretty and fashionable set for winter  that will be warmth itself when warmth  is most desired.  WAIST   MEASURE  MoH certainly very small waists are  ���������:������>t to-day a necessity in beauty culture;  indeed, some classic <tat>i^s drcsssed in  Puiiaian modes might pass muster now;  20 inches is none too big, even *2S inches.  Paris made the law. and everyone  followed it joyously; even the stays, pull  ,''- you may, will not give you a small  waist. It is even rumored that French  m omen pad the front of the figure, to  cause it to appear straight. It is not  the waist we have to reduce, but the  h'ps: the one desideiatum is to keep  them to tha straight line.  Cathei'.no de Mediei, v.hvn she introduced the bone corset, made 13 inches  the light ���������'izj for ths waUt. and n-.aiiv  a womnn at court saciificed her life to  attiin it. Thei<> is nn necessity to have  long bones to keep in the hips; cont'd or  brocade may he cut so a-> to confine tin*  dimensions. Digestive oigans arc now  -left full and easy pliy: but we Ui not  want to ������ct too '^tubelike, which- scenib  tht special danger of ths moment.   ,  that^  Windsor   Salt^l  majces the bestial  butter���������and she is not satisfied to makejv  any other.   -    -     -JV   '**'r*;S ^  Windsor, Dairy Salt,������is. both a money-:  mairfir and,a money-sa^er.  ���������&i'.7\<a>i  It makes money for farmers and dair\r~'  men because it makes butter "tliat" brings  the best prices. ... .  It saves money for them because, tein^ *  absolutely pure, it requires less to properly  salt the butter. , - , ,,, ,���������     ^ '  BOY'S SLEIGH  GIRL'S SLEIGH  Boys and Girls, now ie the time for coasting, and we will givo yoa one of these handsome Sleiebs. for either boy or cirl, B'iiKlJ, for a litUe of your spare time after school. The  Boys* Bleigh ic 33 inches Ion ft end 10J inches wide. Runners oiled, striped and varnished, round  spring; steel sbouo. The Girl's sleigh is SS inches lone and 11 inches wide, it has three '  straight knees and flat i&ocs. Gear i3 oiled and varnished. Both bave top hand-painted, and  finished with neat scroll. All yon liavo to do to earn one of these lovely sleighs, is to sell  8 boxes only, of Or. Maturln's Famous Vegetable Pills, at 25o a box. They are  a -wonderful remedy fox indigestion, constipation, weak and impure blood, rheumatism, la grippe,  colds, liver and kidney troubles. They arc easy to sell as each customer who bnys a box ot pills  from yoa. receives also a nice piece cf Jewelry-which wc send you with the pills. Do not miss  thia chance of securing a nice sleigh FE8-.E. Send ns yonr name and address and ������v-e *^ill  prompUy seed you the 8 boxes of pills, by mail postpaid. When all sold, remit to ns the *2.00  received and we will.at once, send you the sleigh just as represented; we will take back the pills  if you cannot sell them.   Write to-day.  Address;   The DR. MATURIN MEDICINE CO.  DEPT. 250 TORONTO. ONT.  ONE   FAULT  OF  MODERN   TIMES  IS OVERDRESSED YOUNG GIRL  (by Helen Brandt.)  In this modern day, when it seems  clothes a*.--' tho thing, no one can help  observing the innumerable well dressed  young women and girls���������with pleasure.  But with a suggestion of the opposite  ft'elings are vjewedtho goung girls be-;  tween 12 and l'G years of age who parade  up and down tho streets dressed inolothes  five or ei>: years in advance of their ages.  In short, little girls'arc trying to'ape  their older sisters and succeeding pretty well.  The results of overdress in these more  children aro strikingly apparent, except  to careless mothers -who'overlook their  children's ever changing needs. A girl  who should still be in the doll stage is  allowed to indulge herself in clothes  that are too old for her; her first  thought is, "I dresg like the older girls,  therefore I can do the thinge they do."  It puts into her little head thoughts  sters in the company with boys almost,  twice as old as they. Seated at a table, their head)B surrounded by big  dashing black hats with willow plumes,  they were taking in; the scene about  them with all the interest of children  that they were. None "of them wits"'over  17 years old. but their clothes' looked  like those of young women from their,-  hats to their pumps. -Tils't was allthe  waiter and the management required.  Brinks were served.. This, never, could  havo happened if they had been dressed'  appropriately for'their age.'   ���������  After all. it is the, mothers who arc-  the base of the evil. If some of the  mothers, who are lenient to 'the point of  foolishness,   could  see   the    way -their  Vlniicrhtpr-R      conduct,    thrni^plves  away  from  home -perhaps  thsy  matters  when  would.  in  great  proceed  to correet  haste.  To any one there is nothing prettier^ and sweeter than a young girl who  knows she' is only a young girl and ia  content to be one until the time shall  come when she can "put on long dresses." But that type seems to'be on the  decrease, thanks to the increasing foolish ideae of many modern mothers.  J !;.(  CHILDREN'S  DRESSES  s    A good idea for mother* wh'oMike roh- <>  'have souvenirs .oi tlu-ir ii,ttle.'.ono'H child-  ,hood ia to pasto    in    a    book ���������iimp.lc^  ifrom every new  dress  or suit,  with'a   .  pieture.jof'the pattern if baflsible.'  VS'iot  -or.ly is this interesting for'bolhuliVoiliqir* '  j ami  children in time to comc,"i>ut  "it*  forms n "valuable hifetbrV *ofT cowtufne-ror  ; tin: period.  F'  and is of practical serviei'.rH*!*  V well" as insuring variety in  dress  from"  veiiv .te..**>ear.!l-1'. '**���������(    ->    -y -��������� .* ...".- '. '. 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Y���������, A-.��������������� ���������'-' ZiZ^&.m$������WO>  VaVVV^vV^^ my lord; the windowB look  V :v vv v;v vi ^p^ t-;/^  !X���������&*:,'tloprVand banered'thom ititb d iumdll IK  xxy,  .. .....nmgy..,  A/Lord, V'VilliarsA^aentA-f ofy 9.Y chisel^Aaiid:  '���������battdingvi,^  ;��������� the *;vin^st^r ipus V'bicxy Xy '��������� :-$y:$y-*"Ay;y  ''V-:Jban7-y:VdidYa^:':sli^V  ;slighti;lp:<ik-;6flVev,way;y;VV,/:-yAy^V; .,..  Y:^^0^:?the;:apbrsi*Vhc::aaidV^  V'8ceVwHatV;:W'ej.Ha^^  ���������,-y>Vith>Aa''^  ������������������4?!*>!*^4^S---:^"^''-*'^  ;portra3t"'dfVa:AyouiigVgirlYiy7^  i> An exclaiiintipn^o  7 thpV ^roUpA ��������� and;; was  IbyraAlp^A'bwni'^  ,, ,Th������r face was of uriusttaj beauty, ap  moat,a pjirfect oval; with 'soft igTa^eyes:  and A^lieate  mouth; AAVrnftsa; PfAVribh  chealnutjhalrVfcll low inlbyielir tendrlllt*,  ttppn the -white forehead aiid scorned to  /.light; tipAth'oV:*WhpleVfa;cfl.y:7:;ViAVv. ,; 'A"'"Xy':  'X:Mv. Craddoick; uttered' a erbak~it,,itil.  ;most:.'.8CCiiied;*bf-re]iof.'YyXx:iy,XXy, 'yV:-,'>  It's tlie.Vpbrtrait    of' tnv A lady, tlie  low/voice.  inot'KbpiJSe^'t'^  VVv'i%-'-X5hi^V^yer5ca'^  7^id;;Ahurr|cdl^y'i^b^^  ^igh|A^c^siie^'VV:SA^|y|g^  ;V;A;^:VwasA?^iing^i^^  ���������'qiure'Saft'e^^pv^^  VtundyAiiig^A'^tpget^^  A.y^J6aiiVw^VsilenfcVVyf';-ViVA5VV  ^Aj'rr^antedjtp;^^^^  yburV:pbrtraitAln7';'tlie:'gallery^  age V of'; ypu/fii'e'x^  i:;h:e,?ii.ad'Jb'ee^8tk^  Tisingtc^'-'gbttinifctlie  i-.ty .... ..-..,:...\i..- ;,-.���������   ..,.y v,������'������������, uwv>, a ill  I -'-> .'������������������..-;"���������;������������������' x\yyysiMv'\Mli<rK,Xi:'::y,  f.'|i.'.Si XXX '^WK\W"MP,1X.������. ���������:',-;  myxXmA'AXWwAxWy  m   ������������������'*'  [x.  ���������'It's the. portrait    of niy  '^Jbprd'-iVUlia-ra'.'fH't'uda'-lbnk'ing.  beautiful  y������������*.  eyesYandv  red-goltleri  i dimly llghtediand looked aa/un.  ''V/ai^t'lio.vii'iaai'tibl.ltlieA'hoUHe/.ltut'  ;.tl-rtjr������'''/.ive'ro''AtVip0,'.ii'a.]i'o'rfVof ;-a -������������������ llvt������ in tlib,      ^tti;nto,AandV/tHp tdblpVNvM Btrewn with  |-.'.V.'f.'''-V;:Tr.i:'.;;-;i'-;;''',i,:^-:������.!V.l,hlif';  ���������   :     wpctnipied when ; he, wiiH .������hore Alant,,, roy  VvV^V'vW^iVriV^ho;' attld������V :^H^ >llnlih^-;roonl';ift Vbe-  m  ., .l^ia^eiiiiln^rbqniiV^Tli^  Vv'VV-v,,/',���������;",rfw*u;;.-IJ'b'"(li'VilllurH.*wbnt -to Vtl>������ window and  xAxxyyYMM^ii^iiiyyyyy  ���������AvAXXxAytixfrtiX^^^  ','.';���������'-..''''-.V  l','.A,/i.li'"������������������iiii������~~-~"-'���������*���������-���������'--: '-~ J���������;������������������-j-i-������������������-��������������������������� ���������  1  I-  ' i'i'  ,,'i   1   '.1  V'l^Vj- ������������������-��������� '��������� ���������  '.Y-XX'Y'Xh'ifcZZli  Msw*.w"j-?.;Mi?,^;v^voH,*^,u,',*,n8-,0vcr''iii'.-.������i-.;  -]������^forV������^i������ioihe������t;"^  ando,hla :gtfw> Atrayclled quickly^^ from the'  pictujiB tp; ^pail's A lovely, face rapt ;}h'  .drrainv^linttiyh'tfiilnf'RsY-' vV: ��������� ..}.-,���������'.- ,' I  ''��������� *^:ne:"d(4-: tsp; l;!th% .v������?*^^ JJ.'M'*^!^^''������^.  %w  lV*'.V  .'M,  m  '������������������} *>:������������������������������������  V    X  * I  ���������", Y'-f  ������.J  KUIfs Bone Spuvln  '.'.'.'mtaH Valley, All������,May������-h. 100D  '..; '"iu������*������umiIyourftpuvluCutrt flor'w���������'  i������*g*lm������! And wbiild not b������ without it.  'Hi*.* klllnd "aHone BtMvIn by Its imi",  .'��������������������������� VV:n;AA:V;,V':~' 'OWCAW&OV.   -  : Tlwt':���������-.!������������������������'. tbe .<wli������!������ Mery.   And  liuodntd* of thoiiMada bar������ had thr  ���������awn ������Kpert������nofi in Ui������ pa������t 40 yaarft. '���������,.  For Spavin, RlioboBcCnrb,  SpUnl, SwdltaflS nud  avv "' nlllamcneBS, \V.���������;���������'''  /:.''kttirt������ll"������, ������p������vln Cnr������ <mr������a "AM  trouble������inak������i tti������ Iiar#e Muad md  w������n���������������Md ���������������w������m tnon������y for the mtmi  : be������KUM |t t*movt$ tin* ������a������u������ ef;|ht..':  ' -_ X������patwttlttnl������r*y������ath*ud-#tt)t  ��������� 1*rf%.   fii-riw\ftvttik*u*HAh*������ml.'A*k'  y������urf)**l������r foi .frt* *ow* ef **������i������r hook  , ���������.' *. -K*������fcU*m. Om TU 5%4f-**������������������* at tS'rtttf VX.  i. jr. tttNfl*tt CO. *tMi*������rf Mim, v������,  -    ^Mrf^   Wi  snme.  htiir^:-.- .,...,,���������,.-.-.,,-,- ,.,.,. ,-..--,,:; ,-.,,, .,,,...,  :; '^My, iliiair is reil;; certpiiily/' :shcjsaid'  'ilbreing / pylnugh^YV-A; Y'X XX, yyyyyyyyAyyy  'V'lt is a^  rel-over, that.   It ia golden to mc���������-l iiaii,  .ineo /.thb/ gold vinVj i': -now."'V;/VAVVA -.yXyXfAX  A. She putVup;hfiTV hand VandVhrushed; tlie  wildi tendrils/from/her-forehead.      AAy V  ;V7^ia getting late./Ashe sand.   "I must,  igo/back.?---;/;;v',-'V!;,;'.^''*'i:,^:;';lAA^  Ay'Wb will go then,?' he; replied;   "Why  are .you in audi a hurry to got :hothe?  {Joan,'I hiii'\.'"ii!ftaId.'''Jt'/:iB/-->biit--'ia,''7jbyle89i  ���������;hpmei?fbr^ypu!"; V^VV/VVyVAv/.VAA yx yX'Xx  ' ��������� Slie/laughiid ' sfldly. A Somo truths arP;  too palpable for '-''denial; V  '.V;y'fYou; who ought;to have flitch ii Joying lioimo," ;lio Vflnid';,looking,at her'��������� parn-v  p8tIy;,';"who.': woiild//make Btiuh a ,loving  ;ho^ne;'/vlTban,'lop^{:;at.���������me'l-,,'.- ���������'.- <y. -"AY'-AX:  A-Shi* timipd,birr faca to/ liim alpwly, ire-,  'Instantly.VVV'VV VAVV'X:'" X ������������������y::'x:Xyxyyy  '/''I can Boitifcely; bop.V. bo said;;coming  nearer j, Vbitt I /think your face ;lopkH  paler than It did a iwcolc^ ttgo. Are they,  unkind tb you there at the KlmH?" ���������y.XyS:  She bit bor lipB aiid turned hor eyes  ftwayyirom Mlni./v/A'^^yV'fi';:.:'' V,,..;���������/,.'/A:-  /'I - guessed a������' miti'h," bo said, almb-ttV  f(ercely(Vv"PP.h������yiV'n,'bVHk������i"tho awineA*b:  whbmhetiyoti cent'the;poiirl. Jbdn-^���������-!!  I" HeVpttuaedtt-ittomont and drew nearer  *> xxxx XA:".Xxxxyyx; y ���������';yy',.'.'-, ,'>'���������'  'the,ii'?"S'shfe">S^  tliat Ah $: had/toV^eud-f f prward vcagpriy |t p;  VcatchAthe':;;vwdsiVyA:A'VVA:V'A.:-VA:/;-V  |V'^ity?'ylieVl,augi^  ;:WasVIPvel;ylA^a^/.ii^/a'Vschpo^  ;yknpwi.yiuyA:pwnV/bear^  :;ipyje!p������I'>io^  /i^/pa^iPnb^l^^Va7;^^^  A^liAypu/try - a"n'4:VifiSp^eJ|A'.T^  yMil/ nbtV^teal-Amy/'bea^  /lbckcaVfastV:frpmV^JH*f/!|V.^^  ;|ylii^/Jiand:/Atightene^  jdrew V iier/clpseiv/ V/|VB^^s:V-:V/AyVSVV;S/'tfV  ?:f;^JpabV;:^ill;|iyo'uy^^  /are^ypil'ap/iiiea^^^^^  ?������jb!e^sea'!?'^Iipp^  vioolcy-VvTouti T VAJ^e^/j Vo/ut^artiric 1"7/V;: V^ y/Ay^V  '^SKe&tutaodJX^  yfealt^pubtfulyli^fiw  ;;j^(em>^po������,'/h/iuji2'fprV^Vinpmen ti-;' ahdVthe;  glaice/ibadeAthbVWp^lie^/ in bis/yeiua.V  ^-V/VV*SW^iV-?,Vli^ysa^y^a  ,/f������liy������������^  yiVsay /to- ypuX/'.:/!' ^Iby^ypti;!' /1; ��������� ask/ybii'  /if/ ybu/loye/nio;/tip^yp^ypyel/ine^ Jbiini *'  Vlie^;persiatcd,Viii3 ;/y pipe;i/aia|;h*g::,";  yber; .iuame.-.;-:V. XXx: A. yX'AlxXyXy -V  ;./'V.ThpA;f aiht* ���������:iopkVi������f A trouble ��������� camo^;,ibto;  ibeiry^es Vandy7gwwAiiapi^|ai^in  yA^Iydo'^Kot .knbwl,|'V7shp/^r^athed,.;.a8; if ���������  -7cb&munihg-,Vwitli ;lierscli'^yV:;' . ;'V,/yAY-  XX'jXou do nbt/know?^il^/eaid, dra*iving  j a'''lpngV' brcaitb.:':;^AJiV!Vlip^V:cah ���������' I 'teach;  ybu to know^! Joah? vii^pn/ to me. Dp  Vyoti .i'know -: why :yi:/knp w/Iy:;Jbye. you ?*.'.;: yy  V A''Tell me,',' shb: wbiispeicdvV hot to/hiib;  Vbtit ',8till':.tb/.tbev,ticaAVA/'/VVV*,:,'.:  VV^'This .Away;./,dearest';'yA'lip'y; v-sspondeJ,  ';.lmprciB8lvbiy;.V'!���������fic������a!,^'se'��������� wheu 1  ;rl^i^i^isitt^aiidymey^  ^_  |"i/^yiieS;S?th^  Vblpp(^s/tb/e;Vi|ieui^^  ;cur^2?VVV^3^e:/V%hiii^V;;Ai8Ay  ' right/ ,midicin^7tbi5itoiveAsithe V^dSbiiit ^  ���������Div7Y/VVillia^gVl?|n^&  Vmorb.  ' "  Vot  Ap  73upply,iVthiw;sV/^tpni^|:-^^  ytoVf aV^ointiS/w^relVthe^; '7"'"''  VisVfe3^>^lM^hftug|i^  ;nels/indviw^Vtro^^'V   ':-w.ei;e^infe  ::y&6m^iii^;X'&^ , ..��������� ^,  yOgo YI/( camp % here':VwpmVSc^Ia^^  iipurp^e/bf|t^i^VupA;ia^^  ;r^ehtA������Zdate7AMAthis'VtheZ<^^  ���������quite-Vdiffefettt-Sfrprd^w  ,Th'en;itHe:"(:newMtV8hTO  Vhad/neyer /been; siekAfoZ ihi^HIjfeibf f^SfiSSij  ������^/,paidAiib;Aattentibn/Ato|:  ;almOTtyV befpreAAVlyV/reaiiz^  dp^lVwith.y an Vattack/  wf^e^;paina''foi: this A  :li^y^$7mej5'fchbs*Apf.Vrheuinatw  :^dV-m-f/||%if fprings/;//>^  'tei^bfeSllSlie!pVwa:s7Vsen'tVte  :didSMe$no?S^ theAM^ieln^||S*������^E  VUKiO  MAYOR  'yblgTokyjiiil  OZAKJi/LQRD  WXxyy;M^y^M'M^y  Wx^te'8A:t^X^^-^^^ r   /thi3/VyukibgO?aki,AVwlib/7  /Japliii*bn@''ii;Vyi$it;/||#:Y^  /pf!-;;Tbkyd^A;!^iiher;5VH  music  bf  Viir^sbyeiMtt^;ap^n^AftItli^g3^  ^ably?fdp^ji^^.una^  ka^&&XXA^XMyyyYSXYtX[AAyX:xyyy^yX^  icV$OiakiVV;-isVA^So^nVVrbf brmerV-' AHe^Te^7  forme'd. so-'ha^d'/back in 18ft3 that the  iil^wbich; ;'th"ey ih^Vn^pS^S^lW  ih/:Au^r^iaVV/.Th^T^tf|r^^  1$,tawn Vind/putcfiiwea-fB^^^  ?Jfoi^-^^d,;,^.8ea^  /^rkij^//^ith/m**^  ^fealtl^^'anvVthjamAiiiitb^  ^hislip  L.brbtKeir'i  fVfeurigtf'.jBoinos'^oreva^  ?iyea'rs>a'g^  '/HA/:^^0'':li61dsVa/seat/l7aAtBe;AJa^^  '���������Ipjariiameat^/i;;-'^"^  /aT^saidVAb/rbsenib/lbV-tb/bte  >Gi|yiioj*;-nnd-{He;/i8Aankipu^  /AmericaiiVFprotbtype/viV/VV^^^  -Vi^VAV^Afwi :xXXf> -'.:"'., ,'/ i :**;* PtYiXX      ' '"    '" *'*"'"'  nulcUly #������tops coodn*. cures colds, heal*  ���������'&������"������hrb'kt:.-ttnd.luBB������iw'.''^  -rY:.iAt5V-vVA'.i-'~ y; "*.**���������'���������..-.',','Xxxyxxyxy;:  ^H&ftC\^M^^:i^S';'CH6fii^  " iGi:Rii.VVV^   'MKvGratt4'b<;lc'^  ^ylth a .*iiir|oiis;fpui*(*5l^  picksion. y'x'yy���������"'Y-.-'y'.-.'v-yxyy.':yy:'.:yr.yiy;  ���������loon became nnnsi'laim of their d<!������d  ,gnK������ atid*,lbbke'd;-;'up."'.':'.'.'-';',1,,-r--,-;... V'- ���������*:'��������� ;���������;���������������������������;:  :,;;. Lord Villiars similml gravely.   V  ;VVVo have dlBcbvbred ui portrait of thi>  ,h*st pottntesH," he saidv;������'anij[.tliat of IVlliui  .Toan/at the ttawe.ttmei'VyVY x; ;'���������>:,';' A  :^'MWixi>tV'', flolibcu the twevglrlB/ with:  to her.  ;aU>������l*^d^wr^l������AV' "Why-rr" theii; tlwy( xX\$\n^ riotlcod tlio V������lmplo;i''.Toati/' MA  IJptb' ������toppwl short, ror, looking froin would liavo. alirunk frp������������; Jilm, Mt ������ho  the.ptotiired face to that of the fair Hv- \ *aeniod Inbfipoblb: pf rabvenient.  saw "you first that liight/piiV the   ���������/'ter-.'  ;Vrace,' whon you'turnoUAybttryfaoa up to  mine, in tlie moonlight,/my/heart seonvid  '*tiitl'aap.;'.within'*nipj^anavit/^aa aa if ;I  had known ybu.'.-i-ai*' ycar������i;/and yet bad  'been ficarchiug. the wide: world for you 1  Becousc when  youliadA gpno     all the  /beauty of tlirV night Becmpd'.to   go with  : ybu arid' leave/ ine cold/and;/lonoly.Bo-  ,cause from that hour your'/beautiful f.ioe  -haunted mo owalto or aBlpopi/.floated bo-  isidef nwV by day and Jibvpiewl; over 1 e  bt/night 1 B^au8b,vJba>irV/tJifcel that tf  you Bond me frpm ybu,1 .Bliall havo ip?t  all'/the joy that life jiJnnVliold, and ihis  iiio will bo Ud loiigcr ;wbrtb livitij;. 7ui������  ie why I know that t loye ybu J"  (To be Coiitlmibtl.) V  "' +���������++��������� '���������'  IWff,>,6m-i opposite, oven  xVny^o^cfioplblanijp.  ' V'ijT,9'������itV;itpbd.-'; paling'; ��������� 'and  they, oould "not'  fItwli Ing lh-  !&Wmm*; Inbllnwi; 't'd'^mlte.V'.v %e  nkeftliat'lovelyVploturrtr' ���������'��������� -:Xy ;Xyy -. y;  VV"������/,t������ VWImV'Jo'Ui'h   refleettpnV ������ald  Urd yilllarft, with quiet decUloh,   "It !���������  '.very,y������tipanRoi^;y,;^;V'-'v'v-'"A xy ,,xy.  ii.V^P -nut W biiek;my Uml,,������ *ahl Mr,  Craddoek,   ������tr*lehlij|j  oitt   hU   pair   or  v0lBW������,;, 1 ,,yx,..-.y, y-.>���������,;���������������������������.,>.���������������������������������������������.-.���������,-.  ������������������Veil; put It baclc: and look the door.  Mr, Craddoek/' ������old LordAVIUItir*. fit  ,������l>a!l go:batik Into lt������ pl������oe; In the gn!-  'WXyWvfi m������ the' keyVVof the door,  ij-loai^/'A'-''; - ������������������'���������'>���������������������������',:., , ������������������\y;.y ��������� ���������������������������������������������..  ">:Wf,;.:������ijr lord/' r������mpi>������ded >rri Crad-  dool^, and he.begftn, to fumble at the  ring upon whbh tho l**y������-we're wtrutig.  ������Tr������������ontly will do," ������aia f^ord VUllarii,  "I^it ua go baok Into thp iunllgltt.   Ifova,  tluMie roonu  propuml at oitoe, I  uhn.il  oome down In a wouk'n tltnw,1"  , -,. ���������    . ,.#        ���������        #      *        #  A'.. When nn earl, pon������oii������t<Kl of two mil*  lion* Ktt-rllng, rucpreAinfffc a wl������h, It i������  Ronerally gratified, Withitt a woek th������  muUm ������f ruuiit.4. wliidi 1*0*4 VIJUSA������*4 J;������d  '^t'trtir'n'wrr* wud** fit for hint; nnd, *nd,  In Addition, tlio -groat hull mid the oorrl*  dor** woro cleaned and t������t������d������ pr������t������ntablet  K     ������ ������    I      *       I  "Joan,/ IliftybVbpen! thinking of yoti  dtilly, hourly ibVlii������t Vireek! I have  boinn trying io rifalltt* Avhrtt /your Ufo is.  It 'utunt bo harder cybh than I pictured  H> It n������u*t i not continuo.. Vou muat/  'riot:������tay'thnre,':OroitrilV',;'V': x-x-yXYxX  ��������� 'Mutt-^not���������������tayl"i ������he flald, vvondeV*  Ingly. ������������������ X..,..: ...   ,. r,.,,. v, '.  . V^VNb/'y lit* ������ald, Hm breiitb eomltig and  (folng In ������hort. quick JtfrkiJ.   "Kol ������������������ Yoii  lave borne tbo lUuoh too long already;  Joaw, I Jove you I"; ���������;... y.-yy  ��������� Before.ralte know , it,,, hhi arm w������������  around her, ������������>d hbr head upon hl������  b,wai������t. ���������,������������������.,���������..���������;���������.-,''���������.���������:'.���������   -  ; ITor a flobont) xhe 8tirre������������<lerod horriolf,  for a ���������ccotid ulie yielded to the paradlno  that opened to Iter 1 then; with au effort,  who dr#w away from him, , ,  ,.' "I lovo youi 0Toaiftl,r lie eaid, almonfc  fiercely; "I lmv* loved ybu ������Jnc������o that  night we m������t together In the moonlight,  ���������Toait, tell m������i do yoti lovo 'nnvi well  onougli to vm������1 yniui' lot with liihit?"  ���������xy    CtfATTEIt XI.  "Move youi   J>o you lovo two well  enough to ti$ut your lot with mine','"  Had he mlly murmured the werdi, or  wa������ tho drwamlng?  , , Tor. u aw������a������t t^ff heOv? #Vy ������M>m.M'  tn part, and n light that' wri*v������r ibono  ���������ulohly iitoiiiiAaaudba*; evM������ ������bld������. li������������U  Out ibroat aud lumUy'V;;" /*,|;?:Y\ a������ccat������.:  V-A'vCIIKI^N^^UP^TltKtGlui)^.. '  Y/'V'AVV.v.A:'V:-V'/^.^'?k.)V W'f'yXX'x 'A::;  V:'i:','Remcmiierr',Hw  \ylib had arraii-je'iVy'w!tIt the guide, ''wo'rn  libtA hiving  you���������.voiiV'1  ihnply.- one: of  'burvpttrty.^.'-' '��������� VV '���������'X, X'y '������������������l;:���������'���������//'''������������������������������������ >��������� ���������>���������' '���������'���������  ���������.������������������;; "Vvhut'i* on .yoiit'/Mi!iid?"���������|n<iuircd the  :'gi������We;'.'���������������������������'';-��������������������������� y':y'y ���������;,/'��������� A;V/Vv/V/.yy!'XV;yy  , y'W������lI. yoii;������������P,"'ln caieAftttything hap-  plena, we don't!want to bo lroiib>d with  thin now.���������'������mplov������r������' liability Jaw," ad*  milted the eauUoii'ihuttti'r,  | . .....������ ;������^'.������'<i������������������������...v������.,; ���������:'.'/,.'���������'/,''  :.;!,:'' ynieii people , ������'vv''''"'', ��������� "V.V.-������'"���������  A'*:'.'-,������*I*.  wiiyi bielUipd to ihlnk they: mean well.  w lilchS 9,170 4tpna,  toVtho"���������:\i iiltfeOY Htates,  v.i-vNearly,Sall:ythoy5.  -tbltf districtVtoy  unttcir;the head  yinYthreo YflTaUos  bullet '  Vprac  flour  tan'oca  mhnner  '���������'- Xhe'-'lii       ���������  ���������rdUlnK.-and/a������iaki������iK^t*ie!i������^  in smaU-round. poHotav^obtalrted>pyAfpr,0r'4'5M  tiiRYthem tlirougbya;,������loyp ��������� -^ ��������� ^..^j-w   of;���������; clotlr. i wiilotr ia? Uppt  atcd.    Thoso polluts- aro  fully of their ownHweteh ..���������.,        ,���������.. ,T,..._          plate, which  alBp: Ib-'ikopt'ABhaklnB^and^vxW.  rli������ttod:V'to,'Aa.>'tomperatureYO'f^abput������SJ!)P������^jr  rtcKreoii'':-'coiulKrade.>',i,a'he,'JheYit'ii'-'oauB08":,f^  ypartlal'AconvorBlonY'Of^the.t^Btarelitt^lntPwMd^i  sunnr and Bwelltt  on a fjflliVtlnous  called ���������.:pearr,Vtaploca;y-',vfY;:yy-v:,.':--:'ii;vj;<7,rei,,;-.i;V;i<,,  aae.^*,.-,xnB.';'. iieiiiii'-ioauBe^'sa^-.H.vi^'  ion'-p,c;'!'-thp;y^Btarcii,a^nt(ivrt*/^s  l������^:th'e;1'.pbllct8>,i-jfjSoi^  h^aBDeci/'ty/Thp/jibl^du^^b!^^!:'  yJi,yyiy  ,,- Y.  .   '���������   -.'i ���������-.-'"���������i:.r-..v '':.':'',' y:X'y:-yyiyy,jtX;i-i<:::r .?yX:x?{Wy;:  A/i;vHARiviiqMBi������ipH  Av/VyVVIIiiliipp  ,A. ;::,qul8hed;.;nPhemv-Alli.*:;^^  ���������: '���������.'/ A/A'f-Vr;-VV/ A'Xtr ���������*���������'��������� taiw^Vy-^fe  5unarWgi,'::.^lMari;-!>,iiJ^  .yvQrav���������l,''-Dlabote���������,'an^^Dropl������y'^  An ;':EMy\ .iiin^^miil^^^  on land or  young ������oub  ���������homo'  MMM  yy / V-yMRS. / 1X/: G.,,:BKI.P./;.;;/:', XyX;,  ,:'VNoW- ,'S orlci���������Mlsi- X djibel y ; CatTi*i''.  onoe ti montber'."oi the famous Flora-  dorn uoxtotte, i-a now tho third wife  of Daiilbl G, Hold, thb tin ploitb multi-  n\ UHbrtairb; It wiiaA Iroquontly to-  ported thnt thoy wero married during  tho past t\vb yoara,.but neither admitted/ that tho ceremony, had been por-  fbrmotJ until recently. Thoy nro now  spending their honeymoon at thb Rold  .CMtatb, in.lrv-.ifitor../ ':;���������";''/���������*'''/���������"'���������  ,'.-*Sht-*i:fl������pmt w,ot<ih,  Htiti.i wind and r.ct, faury  vuaritvi'd tiouu hii.vi-������  eaitit, >W mtAiwH.  ������������������*  v. ill bo aeiit you  yduei'll only  ������il our benuii*   ilHlidqiilMiiW'  it "fioi.t car������J������ 11������0 f <������r W'n.  'tMimratJ.'pvi'V"  r- 'Tifc������naratl;pvtvjr itbi  ���������. - 'dewhjifi livVlev/H.TD'lori;  tloMiltiy, ������'fi������.lr.������, *A. Ill  ���������.\vl������t-l.r *. UlH'H; ,})llKt OllC  thon rnrt *ui'������ la the tnonoj  Ay'AA'X-y  Oaddy'a Way       .'-'V- '���������',.  Oh! db you know my VDaiWyt  lid ������u >������o ������o������jd und li md Vy y  In town iift-ufiNii tuiyn me tblfiKB--  ���������Uutleavisy >h������ro, tiiott<f MiUidJ  l-te't'ook mo to t������i������ blouuopi���������  -1 AdftV'-, not,-'������������������ .It o-Myy .,.:.-������������������'  Ter Datfdj' f������V *n ,ro,,A ,ut m*'  A ml Daddy la ,������o tall* yy-.  V t loiiwht a box bt oh'>,iolnioiri,  Ttt ��������� "pnekut wim tinilwni>��������� V  n������* a belt* ������''������"������etf v������-m.������ comlrig honut.  And only loft m������i oner  7ft������ -bonHit'������������������������ nlbokworU wiiBine,     .  And trlM to nnil?* H' ������o.  lint hrti\i- U, (-������'������ wrnniiM  l^or mo to try, you Unowt  lit tiouwlu a biKij; ,������f fmlrioB.  ���������Til irlnMci.* thntimtlt It." lift Wtlil*.  r.rforV he'd flnlBhod with th* book  t !.(��������������� to bo io imv.  ���������i7ZOnt.iV.N;oy.V7,^^  ibbteV. and-'lDrbj*^  inatioti' for bnb ]inlinbt<'|,;l������av*iSVy.,';|  Ijibiit  \&  ;icw   lemonoy.  iiM'eiforiHir.iHU'i'Hi,  riiiltify'wrltfen,aid w������ wii[  lurvitnl  ���������������������������iTila  , iw*.':  ttuiiieitu'iir.���������.��������� .-. r-���������*- .,  *J"������li,������ itul *orcnto,Ofl������fi  m ^.t |j(tjr mvuft*. <���������������*������ rf������i1 *������������*lf h/������*>lr������,  mmmr-mm*m,ww* Mmmmmkm^ '   And -play With" all ������i������lr toyal  Sundildgo, Ont "  Gravel, DIabptes  rible combination  It, means; that 'lite;life/!������ In the ���������  dangor, unlcM like, George Vanhob;  woll-knowh /'jrbiildent A if thU pr  finds the simple nuilv natural: cu  Ib the atory of .'-Mr; V������inlibo������erV0  all hia neighbor* know ������i'ery !wor,  'l������-trueiV/Y-��������� A AAWV x yx x X xyy^^y^^m  x ul.���������had-7.p'alwi; In -"tny';.haek1: aiidj/a^*?*'^fe'if���������  tho'/loi������w^,,'My:.,������tomaeli',>wbu^>^������ra^I  wan oonitlpated and Iliad ������h^  palna in tho bladder, A ;.whloli;^^���������^���������S;^���������^*^i^l'''-���������  ���������uro that I wan ������������ffcring frpbt th������V^Ir,2  rible Gravel.   The doctor attfmdbtl  but I kept Retting worio evifrryv'.dM.  VOther* had told in*,of tbtVgwot  Dodd's Kidney Pllla had dono tho.u iii������i, v  1 determined to, .try iSppi,,   SlK'/boSOi',1:.  made a'mrtirmnn'of .We." "-'A 'xyyyy^  Gravel, Drop������y and Wabcli'd V^rb >I|&  either Kidney l)l*<a#������������ or drbVbatW'VlWli!  diveaved Kidney*.   The ea������y and ������������M;'^*I������^|  way to euro them U ,tO':\iiM������''.,Iloai^,i'-.lgAM1Jj;.l  ney PIIU.   Thuy nover.foll tp ���������.^������yf;.i]if<im  form cf KMiwy.'WIr.oaW;.-.' 'i'''',l:V-;,'--Y-;-:f,!/f[VH/  -  - yi._iii-i.i.ir 1 in ii^nlO^ltirw rrirTi "*-rrr   y ������y| .*j '1 .ii,,,- /*V-t <i  .. TWvi\^^^0;!iWyS!S  "J want to iu|������ ���������y,w,juat,*.i������;:''i"l������nVi^iVw'S  ���������iiyn tho lady nt tho 'bottom of tlu-iUpil/t'B  "but thl������ hobble nkirt I- no tlRht I uan't A ���������  climb tho ttalm. 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Mrsiu.���Miss Johnson is prepared to
tako a limited numbor of pupils for
tuition in musio. For terms apply to
J. K. Johnson, residence on "Victoria
Avenue
A ��45 Stook Saddle rniTio will tako
plnco in n lew days nt Sam Hatfield's
pool rooms.    Have you got a ticket?
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Wish all their Customers -<
Creston- Hotel
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��-Bay Netioesj^;  80, $7.50; 90, $10
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THE OLD YEAR AND THE NEW
A happ}' New Year I How short a time it seems since
wc were bidding farewell to Old Dame X909, and greeting
with this same phrase, the dawn of 1910, and here we are
on the eve o�� another new year, with bnt a few mor? moments to run before the fairy youth of oae short, year ago
will b�� thrown contemptuously on the shelf, to rest with
those other countless past years which Father Time has
ticked off, whilst we turn with mingled hope and curiosity,
to make our bows to Miss 1911.
But old 1910 was not such  a   bad  year   after   all��   and
before we file her away with the memories  or  the  past, let
us give her full credit.    For  Creston   made  good  progress
durin g the past year.    New stores and dwellings  have  been
I  built,  sidewalks  extended,  the  new Anglican Church, and
*�� the  Presbyterian Manse have added  to  the  appearance  of
Vthe town, whilst other buildings   have  been  improved  and
enlarged.    Even the Provincial  Jail  rears   its   head  more
proudly, catering better to the  Government's   guests,   with
the additional cells.
, Throughout the beautiful valley of which Cieston is
the hub, substantial progress has. been made. Many hundred acres of wild land have been brought into cultivation,
and the unproductive bush has heen replaced by 50,000 fruit
trees which in the near future will be bearing crops of big
red apples. Our businessmen, in addition to a record Xmas,
report trade during the past year has been more stable, and
that whilst the trade with the lumber camps is slackening,
this is more than counter-balanced by the increasing volume
of the rancher's needs.
The Creston Mercantile Company,   S.  A. . Speers and
the Creston Drug and Book'Co., all agree  in  statiag  that
in the retail trade the past year was a record! .The Creston
Lumber Co. have had  a  prosperous  year,  whilstr P. Burns
and Co. have topped up a prosperous year by selling out the
* biggest stock of   Xmas.  meat  ever  provided  in  Creston.
Sam Hatfield wears a smile that won't come off, whilst the
two hotels and the Creston Wine and Spirit  Co., have  had j
a good year.      Mr. H. McCreath had to   enlarge his barn
and livery stables,   and Cameron Bros, have  done a lucrative trade.    The    most important of the  new businesses,
comprising the Blacksmith shop and Carriage works of Mr.
W. K. Brown, the Hardware and Plumbing shop of Mr.
Ed. F. Johnson, and the W igwam  short  order Cafe, have
more than justified the hopes of their enterprising owners.
The -manager of the   Canadian  Pr.nk  of Commerce,  as
it the rule with the principals of all financial institutions,
is very guarded in his statements, but the money market of
the valley has been busy the past twelve months,, and the
financial standing of Crestou is improving every year.
So old T930 wns not such a sorry jndc after nil, and as
*or Miss 19**���she comes radiant with hope. In her
smiling face we see the promise of a greater prosperity.
The past year was bright, the coming year shall be brighter
still. With grateful hearts we can ring out the "Old year/'
and in a spirit of optimism we will ring in the " New."
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rosperous
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VOU  will  make   np. mistalgti
when you. get ofi the tras at?
*      if you sign the register at
the  Creston  Hotel.   ; Travelling
I men ^ill  substantiate  this,  .Wa *
study  the  comfort of our gues^/
The rooms are well furnished, jfe**1
a manner up-to-date. l'-' 'l,)
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Rooms reserved by Telegraph* -
Headquarters for Mining Iv'as,
Lumbermen, Ranchers, Touriafcfl
and Commercials.
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You will try in vain t" captuvo
suoh prizes in rbe way oi-" 1- nr-
gains as we'ra uow otteiiu?.
Tbey'ie s-ure to tnkr* v.i'ifr- i.nd
fly away ISow is the lime
while boiirhiys are ou to buy.
Pipes
Don't yon know others are bny-
111(1 and ri h^'h wim: vim s>houm
do^? Iti.-, nnd 10 dm* i��3 when
you should do so. It's a. jrood
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For. Sale.���Lots 0, 7, 8, 9 and ]0, Blook
3, Dow'b Addition. Send oiler to owner, Mrs W. Wilson, fibl Filth Streot,
Brandon, Mnmtoba.
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After the Holidays
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CRANBROOK - B.C.
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by tbo Orostou Drug
Book Storo, Oreston
Dinner Sol, 113 pieces, $7.7J>.--C.C.S.
For Ron I.���100 nores'ofhtnd fluifcnblo
Hitr Dairy, Poultry and Hop* JPnrminK
muated -within \% milou of Ave Inif-o
Mines. T-Inuse. Barn, Plo. Ensy tennp.
Apply O. P.Hill. HilloroHt. Mines, Al-
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Funeral Director
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FASHIONABLE MILLIKERY
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patent Stylos.   Fnnoy MoimtB
Plnnto -i unci Floworn in
ftll the new Wiulci'
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Ohildven'fl -wool nnd bonrnkiu hood^,
-juoketH, juittfl. firlovea, ovornlls, oto.
1 in groat vnrioty.
MRS. M. YOUNG
Millinory find Fnnoy Store
Fourth Street, Creaton, B.C.
If You Like to Drive
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yon onu indulge yourself by veiictiRing n
team from tliiu liveiy Btable' for uo long
and pa short a time as yen detiro.
This Livery Stable
is ulso prepnrod" to ������ent n cnrrinKo lo
meet; trains, to takoyonsboppioKoronll*
inK, or to convey yon to nny Juna!"we(l-
diu^s you wish to attend. V4:
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CRESTON LIVERY
and Beef
Jlns jnst   nrrivprl   nt   * nr   Sfest
Market, ulso a laigo sbipmonl Of
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foot iuid In a 111*11 )i��*riy dlii-oMon iVow Bnm.
initowiok. ojipoHire vond )iiwt No. wa, thano*
ito vlinlnHl nertli; ' tiit'iu-o wo oluiiiui om*
t|ieu����'jOftuitimnmitli, *'n'iu'u!*uctialtw wmL
to point of o(>iniiieiii'Ciiiii<iit, cm mil aim tf
aura��i mow ff If*-***.
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Tbe Riverside Nurseries, GMti**'
la tho NBAHE9T NTJKSERY to the OliKSTON DISTBIOX.   \"
Stook nrrlvoo iu PRBSIt, HEALTHY OONDITIOH;   '
For Prloos, oro., wrlto to��� ,
WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Croston, B. C.
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Miss Grace Trombley was hostesK at a smart whist par-
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lftHfc woolc luivo jitmrly nil boon woltli niid wo havo wired for a
Booond flhipinont, which wiil bo lioro in n fow dny��.
Get your Order in' Early before the Second
Shipment is also taken up
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Apply to tho nonreBfc O.P.R, tiKont for
full information* ^   y
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Rittliwitll lniHiiW.nl, Mnnir.olin, in ready
for iub'iiKniiioiitH of any kinVl, Matovnlry
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iouth, tlieiivu 40 uhalnit wout to point of eMHn
oncomoiit., containing HO noma, mora or law. >
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.-Horace Fletcher Says Improper Mastication Makes Man Criminals.
fine Time High Liver in Chicago Able
at 61 to Qefy Disease.
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Tlie increased co^t of living demon
is face to face with his arch enemy today in Chicago.
Horace Fletcher, tlie apostle of thorough mastication, has arrived, lie io
armed with arguments to prove we can
s>a\e 50 per cent, of what we spend on
food an-d be stronger than we ever weie
before.
Mr. l-'leteher is 01 years old himself,
but he holdb endurance, aud weight lifl-
iiig neord-s. ail made in the lu->i m.*.
yeaio. Here is a specimen day'-* menu
lot  Fit teher:
JJreaktaot: jsoue. Do ha.lt a day's
wortc htioie eating all} tUiit".
uuueheon:    I bu��.cd poUitO.
i.n ad anu butter.
One yia?s ot cream.
(Jite euced tomato.
U.nner: Bowl ot th��ck suup, eaten
with bread.
Midnight   supper:
0? Drinking
Write Her Tsdayand Sfoa Wiil f sli
You Slow You Oan Da She Same
For overtwenty years her husband was a hnrd
drinker.   He hsij triad ia every way tr> stop but
could not do so, but
nine years oko she *top-
?ied hiadrinkins e-ntire-
y by using; a siinplo
remedy which any one
can give secretly. Hundreds have freed th-ah
homes from drink by
following her advice.
The method Is cay and
sure. If you have ��,
dosr on* who drinks wo
earnestly eilvise you to
wiite to her at once.
Sha make*) no chargo
for Iter help, (sho asl:s
for no money aud accepts none) she only
asks that you are personally interested in
saving ono who drinks.
Send your letter with confidence to her home
Here ts her address���
,_        Mrs. Mar sore* Andarson,
1U Homo Avenue,      Hiltburn. New York.
Xo~i:   {Wnta your full now* and aadre&s plainly���
do not dacy.)
Sti* \rill tell yoa Uow to yrco
yow Soso Jraai Drink,
"A   glonous.   teed."
on  a  welsh rarebit.
.Mi*. Fletcher eats no meat, lie says
In lias no rule against meat, but tuai
ni-  has lost bis taste tor it.
Air. Fletcher's system, of catuij* de-
ji.'iids entirely ou complete miiMuiea-
.iiwi.. All food, must be chewed unt:i ail
.n=. ta=te baa been extracted. This re-
dui-cs it to a liquid and the act ot swallow mjr is involuntary. Eat what you
y'.case. He said bad tut ing mattes
ei nmnals.
Actoiding to Mr. Fletcher, the desire
foi   alcoholic   drink aud  smoking  dries
-out of a man who eats thia way.    All
the  poisons   disapper  from   the  system
-and   the   former   victim   of   dyspepsia,
-nppesidiatw. fatty degeneration, malnutrition,, and unpleasant after dinner sensations becomes strong aad clear headed.
'"I waa a coniirined high, liver up to
tht time L was 34 years old." said Mr-
Fletcher. "I thought life wasn't worth
living with rich foods and wines ani
-black cigars. I weighed 21? pounds, and
i couldn't walk a block without gettiug
blue in the face. I tried to get my life
n.sured and the examiner laughed at
me."
Ms. Fletcher weighs 170 pounds, aud
he can pick up a 175 pound man aud
-.Hoii about with him. It io all due to
-chewing Lis  food to  Liquid, he says.
"Th*, idea came to me on Cougre*s
.-at "int. near Wabash avenue," he aaid.
.**! had tried every diet specialists could
prescribe. It came to me suddenly that
all these prescriptions were to take ef-
feet after the food had passed beyond
our control. I resolved to try what
���could he done with the food before it
.left my mouth.
"My first experiment centered about
ihe sense of taste. That ii the key to
the whole question of digestion. When
all the taste iB chewed out it will be
perfectly digested.
''After I had practiced on myself I
hired a gang of twelve tramps to experiment ou. I took them into restaurants
*if every sort, from expensive hotels to
linu'h counters. J proved all my theories."
Mr, Fletcher is a capitalist and a ��o-
violog'iKt.   lie is married and has a family.    His residence is in Venice, Italy.
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Minard's  Liniment Cures Colds,  Etc.
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HUMAN  POTATOES.
Frederick Townscnd Martin, the lead-
���er of the moro intellectual set of New
"York society, praised, at one of his din-
ner��, the American heiress' new rcsolvo
to marry only nn American man.
'There's Miss Harriman," lie wid.
"There's Miss TowiiHond. There's Mils
(iotild. These girls have set n fashion
that I hope will prevail for a long time."
Mr.   Martin smiled.
"After all," he said, "a nobhman, with
nothing to boast ol but his lutcestms. Is
but a human potato���his solo good thing
about hini is underground."���Washington Star.
I HOW 'GOD'S ��GLOO" WAS BUILT.
Om house? here on the Ij.ibrador
coast are built entirely of wood. Our old
church, w'hich wa.? built in 1814, is imav-
ly 100 yeiu-�� old. lt is no wonder, therefore, that most oi the timbers in the
foundation are decayed, and tliat the
walls have given way iu places, ��o thnt
often during a gale ve i-ai an entire
collapse. 'I lit* new church will sjon be
complete, and this autumn we shall be
glad to move into the new- premises,
lu moie lespects than one, the new
church will he an improvement on the
old. In the lormei, the benches were
without backs, and during the winter
nights liyht was denied from candle*
and the space was limited. The new*
church will ha\o benches with backs, so
that the woishippers can sit comfortably, and the lump?���a gift irons a
friend m London���will not only gi\e a
better light, but will also help to decorate the chinch. To onr lCskimos, the
new chutch is a great innovation; they
eall it **(.2od's Igloo" (Uod's house.)
They h--��\e not seen anything better or
more beautiful aud they belie\e it to be
the prett-sest place m the uuiveise.���
Christian Schmitt. in The Christian Her-
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AUi/f-'f>:i^{'.
nw> EKil^L.
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(Detioit   Free  l-res'.)
Our liner "ad" for someone to become the tw*lt'tn muuhei ot an .��..i-
noon card club now forming, . brouj il
ninnv responses, too m.my in cast ror
us to answer tiieni all to-day. Sonic ot i
the applicants filed their r;*teieii(i->.'
while ulheia. omitled this important detail. We have it otiietly horn tlio lady
president and the i.uly tieaatinr, tii.xs.
no one who cannot give the list of clubs
she has been a member of and why she
is no longer connected with thorn will
he considered.
But .uiiwfting the applicants if our
mission   to-day.
Mabel (i. -You won't do. Your references, -.how that you won too many
prize-,   last year.
t.i.i'.'e���Your application te heirg considered. The statement that you always
��.i*rw' salads instead of s-nidwichos is
gieath  in your favor.
Mis. .j. H. m.- Sony, but you were
not explicit enough in your c\planatio*.i
of why vou were dropped from the Idle
Hour Club.
Itarbara���Your offer to s-s've mi need
ham won't do. This club meets on IVi-
dav afternoons.
Winifred���Women with move than
three chillireu are barred.
Ciai.i���One of the women you referred
us to reports that yon were always still-
jrv with your iC'* ��'Y>viii.
ln*ne- -We icprUM* y<>" lii'i-'ii-" wi*
are a goud fnerd ��>f \""'\   !**Mhnul.
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.  . . \ri   u..ciiii..t.   i��..i..^a.b.   was lucaibit.
i.i,avir,  lu-v,..,   ��� .... ��n tilt! aoxillirtl'-cs
w  iii^....,i  .tk...iiui. m.��i k careful umuy
ii   ...t-   i/iu. u   v^^toiis,   ivuCjj   suwjly  ine
t,..��...' cwiu    wi.   i,u\e poriiu\e pio^i thai
^  <.   ilii-.i.^e   u.  ;:ii   inj.biuriiaiiuii  of   the
ki'��v   i. .nvi   ...   i ui i   u( the- tpinal  cord,
tii.u iii .a ,>i.....i ui,.t.d vessels leuciing to
il.it i ltd.
nTtj ei.rly t^niptoms ct this disease,
hi many v.i.��l:i, uic ctuiractcrl'/ed by tho
fidlu Ci.rupiuj.iin^ uf lu-aaaoi.t, listless-*
I'kftV. s.cii. ..va.-i <.f the l.tnl.K and loss ol
Mina'tlic. 'lhis condition ts followed by
U\u ii'i'oni 101 to 1(W decrees Fahrenheit). i.:swt��;s in stotnaelt ami iuceatlnes
i.iul vumitlnK. Vhe tever la��t�� from one
it. lour daya. In other more sevese
c^ol^. tht* disease lieslus early with
rc\n. tollowid by marked disturbance
JAME4 OINQWAll. C��q. l�� iho t.raln.  Mccompuiiiud  by s'lrtstim or
wnii...     Al   n  I   Ti      la o       cunvulHlons.     Another    uncommon     type
W ilMatnt'own, Out., July 27tb. tgo3. & tti,ere a. clillcl will ito to bed apparently
���'IsutTeu'il all mv life fiom Chroiiit in perfect health imd aw alien in tho
ConslipHtum and r.o doctor, or remedy, i'<'��biliiK pm-alyaed in <me ov more of its
Ieicrtrie4hriui*duie. "l-'ruit-a-tives" u,.f^ 8Vtnpt(T11 of the second stage Is
promptly cured me. Abo, last spring ujmhJvMs itself. Generally spsaktiK it
I b ������� fi bad attftck  of 11LADDER. and   1 1�� rather  e.vt,rnsl,,j).    In many oases, all
fmf limls nre Involved, and ��om-��ttmes
the niusclss o*T the nape of the neck. In
other cases, the paralysis involves only
;i I'roon of mm-ules of one or hoth legs.
The extent of the Immediate damage
rrom ihe paralysis Is usually complete
within a Tew hours, although It may ex-
it-i"��* over ap^trlcd of three or four dayn.
I.. :i week or ten days, some Improve-
,, f... bp.-'ns timl 'h1*! <'ontInued. usually
u'-iMl onlv' a .sinj��II desrroe of paratyai*
if ".fbi*���S-tmuet O. Tracy, M. D-, in
';''-c ri-i'lstlati   "nra'-d
ISSUE ;NO:> 45 1910. ,;
HELP WAKTSD.
KIDS FY TKOL'ULK and thn doctor
gave4ina up but "Uruit-a-tives" saved
my lifft. 1 dm-now over eighty'years
15? age eiv.l I s'.roujrlj* recotnivend
"Fn.'il-.vtive?" for Coustipatiou and
ICidaev Trov.liV.
(Sinrne l*> JAMrR PlvnWATX.
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Li*...i:Ml, t>*>   ���*��� v
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t\7 ANTED���AT ONCE. A GENERA!*
"�� domestic, one wltlinft to learn. Apply Si   Duke   street.   Hamilton,   Oat.'   - ;
CAPABLE      HOUSB-
Apply   Mrs.' A.  C. ' Beaaley,,
i:S Main street east.
WANTED   ���
maid.
AGENTS WANTgD.
f-. ANVASSKRS WANTED.^ WKEICLT
V-' salary ��ai��t. Alfred Tyler, 3o5 Clarence  street.   London,   Ont.
Hr. Cartel's Female fills
SEVENTEEN Y��AR3 riH�� Si AND AH ������ f2
Pre��cribwd and recommended foi* wo,'
man's  ailment*,   a   scientifically  pre
pared  remedy  of  proven worths   In?
result from their use is quick and per.
manent.    Por sate  at sM d-��j�� fetacas
:.X\.\.3   IN   SAivlOA. u
i'r.tvelleis  *. i-iiJn^ bunion  are pv.ivli'd J ]
Cured in One Month
It every woman, who has kidney or
Bhvdder trouble, could go to Davisville.
Ont. and talk to Mrs. A. Simpson, they
woiJd do just as ahe did���take Glu Pills
and cure themselvt-s.
"For H or IS years t bad Kidn^y
01* Bladder trcuble. suffering at times
iutenat- pain. I doctored continually,
but nothing gav* me permanent relief
until  X   was persuaded   to  try  Gin   Pills.
"Within a couple of days 1 received
cieat relief, and after taking one box.
was  coijcpJctely cured.",     	
>1TS.     A.     ��9XEI.^.Si>lt.
Write National Drug & Chemical Co.
CDeot. H. 1~> Toronto, for free sample.
3�� cents a box: S boxes /ror $1.50, at all
dealers.
HIS SPELLING.
Little Wee had been brought up to
lie polite, and not to interrupt when'
there was company unless it was very
important. He always rememberea this
and kept very quiet. One day there were
visitors, who talked and stayed and
stayed, until poor little Wee Vas tired.
He wished them to go, but not for anything would he let them see this.
All of a midden he thought of a nice
plan thnt lm mother and father knew
when he was'too little to spell and ihoy
did not want to hurt his fcelinps. So in
11 little pause in the ladies' talk, Woe
said in his prettiest way. "Mother, please
can't be he a-1-o-n-o?" And all the visitors laughed and kissed him good-by and
gave him his good mother all to himself.
������Youth'* Companion.
The le-t melicine in tht* world for 1:1-
ih�� (><ji-> :- tiie medicine that will
pivmi'tlv imp all th"ii* little ills aud at j "(.,m
tho same time can he gi\en the very
youngest baby with absolute safety.
Such a medicine is llaby's Own Tablets.
They neiet* fail to otit'e t'ie ills of childhood and the mother ha*, tht* guarantee
of a Government analyst that they do
not contain one particle of injurious
drug. Concermntf them Mr��>. .John Hob-
ertfcon. Strectsville, Ont., writes: "I have
used Baby's Own Tablets for constipation with the very best lesults. Thoy
arc indeed a valuable medicine for little
ones.   The TaMets are sold by all niedi-
nt flist bv t'u* fi-' that many hoys beni
f-'ii'.iui u> li'Mm*-.. while girls ��s frequently hive 111 n.T.lrio uiiiiie-. The visitor
nf'. *i .while, he we-or. '-ays the
Sew Yo;k Mail, th'il litis i>cufusin<r use
of ranies. iustcid of b��*ii*-��*; due to i;inor
ane.*, is i\ u*atit>   t'��0 le^ul* of a uativ.-*
custom   which  i* iu:��'>'v poclie. Thus  if
cine  dealers  or by mail at 25 cents  a
box from the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co..
Brockviiie, Ont.
 ��-��-��.	
EFFECT OF SCENT ON THE VOICE
(From the London Globe.)
According to a well-known Viennese
doctor, perfumes bave a great effect
on the voice. In this connection he re
calls the experience of a celebrated Mil
ger who had received from a friend .v
large  bouquet of Parma violets.
Befoie appearing in her scene she took
a deep breath of the fragrant scent, and
to her surprise upon going on the sta^je
found herself unable to sing a note.
This authority is of the opinion that all
strong scents should be ?~o^jl**��l hy .oncers, as they exercise influence on the
vocal cords more or less marked according to   the subject.
Minard's Liniment Co., Ltd.
Gentlemen,���In July 1005 I *��vaa
thrown from a road machine, injuring
my hip and back badly and was obliged
to use a crutch for 14 months. In September, 1906, Mr. Win. Outridge. of La-
chute, urged me to trv MINARD'S LINIMENT, which I did with the most satisfactory results aud to-day I am as well
as ever in my life.
Yows sincerely,
MATTHEW x RATXE&.
~      ��� - mark
.1 gill is horn soon ailer the death of
a brother the bitter's name is given to
her, in the belief that his spirit and all
his good qualities have been transferred
to her."On the other hand, if a boy is
born after the death of a sister he takes
the latter'* name. and. as the Samoans
believe, all her lovable traits become hia.
Who shall say that those gentle South
Sea T&landers" are destitute of the poetic
instinct t
 ��� ����	
Dp.   Morse's
Indian  Root   Pills
cure many common ailments which
are veiy' different, but which all
arise from the same cause���a ayst��m
clogged with impurities. Tlie Pills
cause the liowels to move regularly, strengthen and stimulate the
kidneys and open up the pores of
the skin. These organs immediately throw off the accumulated impurities, and Biliousness, Indigestion,
Liver Complaint, Kidney Troubles,
headaches, Rheumatism and similar
ailmen*" vanish. Br. Morse's Indian
Root  Pills. -..-��
Save   D����&3i*s'   Bills
 *-����- ���
SCIENCE   NOTES.
In India "more than tlftey native languages are spoken.
C>press water tanks have been known
lo dely decay for more than a   quarter
c.��  a cewi.7-.
Japan  :s increasing  its production
Home
DYEING
Is jth* w��jr to
Save Mogaeyi
Press WeSl
Try iti
Sirapt* as VtiM&fcia
with
10NE��m w ALL K!NDSw����wli
JUST THINK OP ITI
Dyes Wool. Cotton, Silk or Mixed (iooih Perfectly
iwith the SAME Oye���No ctatmcA ot mistaken. F��4t
on<] Bcautl.'ul Color* 13 cants, frntn wn.ir DruggUt or
Dealer Send forCotcrCard and SI XY Booklet. 1&
Tbe Jtohrit<*n.IxJ--)ardion Co.. iJmaod. Montreal.
* -~ ...VV .W....W ���^.    111 ��I>II.<W . I. '      ,.    ���'!!.. I .1 ' - -"T
Moving Pic-
turb Machine AND
Magic Lant-
kbn combined.
If youwlsth.to
give - your
triend3 an e<2-
tertalnmcnt
tbat will make
them split their
sides (aligning
at theeomlc
pictures get
one of these
macjElnos.
Tliey are .the
limit. No more
 SSdaSi  fcoars.
WiiUBactt BMusiBsu; we give free films and
lantern sttfiea. wttli full directions so that
anyone can run ft. We give it FREB
for senilis ottlr S*.t�� worth oC our GOLD
EMBOSSED POST CARDS. The very
latest designs- tn Vin\rsc' Howoay,
Comics;, ftc^. at 6-forlOc. Scnu your name
and address plainly written and wo will forward youapaoKage of earns and ourblgpre-
mium.tlst. But don't delay, tor we give an
extra present for promptuess. COBAT.T
GOLD-PEN CO., Dept. AnoToroutorqat.
ai.ooo
of
bales    a
A  POET AND A. WOMAN.
Vou bent above the grave and read the
fa'.OlU*
Where long ago���l saw    your    quick
tears start-���
Some   singer, unremembercd    and    unknown.
Had woven into song his broUen heart.
And then you asked it  only    loss    and
dentil
Moved man to truer song and brought
the need.
Ol  music's balm    and    that    assuaging
breath -
Which  falls   ao   poignantly from   lips
i\,at bleed.
You asked.how 1, who knew and mourn-
.   ed no dead.
Couid hope for music, since its cords
must spring
Trom death and sorrow���and I only said:
"Have I not my dead selves to which to
singV
BELONGED TO THIS PROFESSION.
A ncgress, very fat and well along in
yearsr sauntered into the lobby of a
Broadway theatre the other day ana
asked for the manager-
'"What can 1 do for you, mammy?''
apfted the manager. (
"1 want  a  ticket .into the      gallery*-
boss," sho replied: calmly. , "  I1
"But why should I give you a ticket V \
'"(Jos 1 am a retired actress.'-     j ���
'"You?  Wliat did you   do?"  Inquired,]
the other in amazement.
'I pkiyed in Antony and Cleopatra,
was fan* bearer for Miss JFanny. Dave
port."
She got her ticket.
���        >����
anickly stops coughs, cares colds; heat
tho throat and  Sunes. *   -   - S5"eeats.|
  e.��
STRANGE. ". .
(Cleveland Leadev.)
"A girl of twenty is ever so much oldjj
er than a boy of the same ago.". ���
^ u!?"Te. I know a girl of twenty- whosjj!
family Bible shows thac she wu��uo*m ir,'
1830. . . .V'
STILL BETTER,    y,    -
Mrs. Blase���Have you      begun yoij
suit for divorce? . "
Mrs. Highut)���^No, but IVe'begun'tll
���Arthur Stringer in .November Smart I suit I'm going to wear wben I get ml
vn��- " divfyrp^? .      ' * ���"   \
Thli Oemilne, Klrk.1 Owe, 8t��m
WIikHiib and Bettliis, fully cno*
���nbwd Watch vill be ulven FSCB to
any boy or ritl dovntlnit ��� few hunw
wiling St i>m*lwH of ���'KniuIrD*' Bheet
BlulntBtlOcciu-n.
Rend u�� your namit and
RiMmn nlnliily written, anil
wa will null tha lUuliiKWlUi
our Intt.M.'tlaim'iiivr to veil lb
\VI\bii nuld rninil (in Uip iiimiav.
nud vre will mmrt the waKjh
liropaia. * Write lo-.lny to
Empire Household Hfg. Co.
Suit* S22 Boinl otTiaia Glig.
t��jl.B, HonltMl, Qnt.
1
���^>��
netf. Wenk. \>eur>. Watery I3ye��.
����d.evsd By Murine Kyj* Uemody. 'fry
jiurlno For Your Eye Troubles. You
Will l.lke Mur.ne. It Soothea. ROo At
Tour DrucitlstH. Write Kor Myo Boolta
���'ret.   Murine Kye U-Jinedy Co.. Toronto
SHADING IT CLOSE.
(Sketch.) V
Farmer ("ilea (who has Just cashed a
cheque)���1 don't think thia moiiey'a
richt.
The' i;iiHliier������ Would you mind counting it again, sir;  I think you'll find it
FIRST  AID.
lluaband���I met Hawkim* to-ibvy, iuul I correct
was  very gloomy���told  me hu  was I     Farmer Uilon (having done
piTlectlv willing to die
Wife���Ob, John'.   Why didn't you nsfc
him nerc to Thanksgiving dinner?
��� - ���       + �� ��      ��� - -
Mintird'* Liniment Cures Diphtheria.
�������
KAMY   MAJCK.
The land stiarUM were about to approach the mihiirban man.
"Let u�� show him a picture of 'Arcadian Villc'" miggeated one. "and try to
*#ll ������.im a lot."
"l��i Ji? onidulou*'.'" ����wcd the other.
"U hi'V Why, he actually liellevei* a
town look* like it doe* on a nouveniv
poat enrd."
AHMirfd thai the unhnrlHii man wan,
nuierd. an cany mark, they hastened over
s-"<: Mild him n Int.
bo)���Yon,
but you lie careful, young ninn5 It's only
Jtuit rijjht.
THE   OLD   CURMUDOEONI
(Boston Tranacrlpt.)
"'Marriage," said the iierlotia man, "Ib
an education in itself."
"Yea,"  commented    old    CJrouch, "it
teache* you what not to do nftcr you've
done it.,r
���.- -^����  ������
Minard's   Liniment Curea  Qargot   In
Cow��.
TO STOP PROFANITY,
(Ouolph Herald.)
The sh��u��kli:g looneue.nn of apni��eh heard
cveiywhcrc upon mir ��itrpetH, onr public
conveyances, and hi our office**, and
KliopH nhoubl be cminteraiitcil by a cam*
naign in which our bimlnem men ami tbo
hendH of fiimilhiit ought to exact pledgon
from thone iu thoir oharge to nbataln
from thin rcprehemtfble praotlei*. Young
womiui uhouiil loaguo th-mnelver* tn ent
thi* (Ju*i|iialnlutK>a i<�� any young man
who In known to bn guilty of it, A New
York tnaelmr wuh recently roprlmnndcd
fur iiiitllng itoap in the -mouth of n nu*
pll who (turned in her mihool mum, Thli*
old limn pnnlHhiiii'iit may not hn right
or effective, but, n* a conlMnporary
point* out, at leant it wiia a dniMllc at-
t<Mii|>t lo correct a growing Mil.
PLEA9AHT   NEWS.
nt^����on TmiMtu-lpt.)
Young Bride���I  didn't accept Harry
(.hi* flr��L time lie pronoacd.
MIm* ltyvul���No, doar 1  you weren't
t!r.*r;*,
Aged  Hunter Saved By His Dog.
Kbenezer Kitmscy, 82 years old, killed
three bears near his home in Long Valley, on the line between JSl Dorado and
1'iacev counties a few days ago, hut escaped possible denth from one of thoitt
hy the interference of his dog. llamsoy's
dog treed a large boar and her two cubs,
and Knmsey, with nn ancient single shot
rifle went to investigate. Seslng the
heart., he uhot all three, hut the mother
beat was not killed, and on fulling to
the ground sho took after Rnmscy bo-^
fore he eould reload bis rifle.
liis dog, however, pounced upon the
infuriated animal ami kept it busy until Bamspy" secured an axe, with which
he killed the brute. He ��ny* It was tho
most exeiting hunt he ovor Imd.-���Placer-
villo correspondence San Francisco
Chronicle. .
BETTER- THAN SPANK
.fipanklnK does not cure children' of
tied.-wcUint*-. Thero Is a constitutional
cniibo fo? thin troublo. Mra.. M. - Bum--
mer*.'Box*\V. 8, Wlndnor, Ont., wlUYuend,
tree to aiiy inotlier.lier BUcccaHful lipme
treatment, with full InslructlonB. m Bond
no money, but write her to-day l��_y��ur
children troublo you, In this way, Con t
blume the child, the chances are It can't
help It. 'Thia-treatment also cures
udulta and atajfld people troubled with
urine difficulties by >doy or nlnht. .
CAUSE OF- THE TROUBLE;^
(Wanblnnton Star,)
"Why waa tlio''engagement broken?"
"Because of a mwuiulorutanillng," replied Min* Ciiyanno. "Koch comildei'ed
the other lacking In etiquette. 1!lt��y
BttbHtribeil to different publications and
weren't reading tho name 'Hints on How
to Beliave In Soeloty.'"
mm^ i.     . + m��� -	
Mlnard'a Llnlmtnt Curat Dlitemper.
. ������ ���       >i��     -
A   LONG, LIST.      '
(Catholio Btaiulavd ami Tiiuea.)
(Itimo 11���You've bc��u�� living In the ��u-
burbH ��o lon��r, I nuppoio yuu've bad con.
olderable experienue with uorvant girls?
Bubbubii���Woll, It'a not bo that when
mv wife Ib Interviewing an applicant
ntiw ahe always bo*tlns by naklngi "Warn
you aver employed by mc before? If so,
when und how lang?"
.����.��*ii
MYSTIFYING.
(Piileap'r- Tribune.)
"Baseball Is such a curious game," observed tbo nnr.sleil forniMnuia. "When
that man they call the umpire said
���Hafel' ha heeania at onco In great per*
vnui*,! ilu��r:'M'"'
raw  silk  at  the rate of
^Vaccine virus is rendered absolutely
nure by radium emanations, according
to an Italian seienttbi.
The chlet wheat exporting countries
iu the order named are Australia. Argentina, Canada and the United State",
and the chief* meat consuming countries,
111 proportion to population, are the united  Kingdom and Germany.
White stains on hardwood tables caused bv hot dishes can be removed by
coverhiK them with salt and as much
olive oil as the salt will absorb, allowing
the mixture to stand several hours
nnd then removing it und rubbing tne
wood   dry. . ��� . ,. ...
Philadelphia hns attained its popularity
as 1. point from which balloonlstB start
their flightB tor the reason that It has
a plunt capable or supplying 700,000 cuble
leet o�� sua at a time at a distance from
liiRh buildliiK, which might prove dan-
Keroiia.
Several German cities and town have
taken up serlouirty an aeronaut's midges-
tion that thn mots of the houses display
���UslliiHulsliins letters nud numbers tor
the guidance of Journeyers through tlio
uh-.
Vlaiils may he watered automatically (
when their owntrii leave home lor a l&w
dnvr, by placing them beneath a receptacle holding water, which Is allowed to
di'.p upon them through siphons made of
li tup   wick.
An official estimate of Iho British
homo office of the population of London for the next fifty years by docaden
p.'CdlotH that the oity will have 10,250,000
residents In lS'ty���mora than double tho
vktHc-nt number. ������*.'������'
According to Insurance utatlstlcs, it
1'ttquli'cu SUO.000 m>w houses a year to ac
ctmunoilate the Increase In population ot
tne United Btateu, and 110,000 more to replace tluiHO destroyed by flro.
By the  reconstruction 01'  a  municipal
Lower  and   water supply  dam     mat  a
flood dentruyed In 1B00, the city of AuhUh,
Tex., will create ii lake more than forty
luik-H long and noarly a mllo wide,
;' .Kvcry patrol box ,In "Lom Angelea will
���ho fciipplled with first hid bandages and
iiiDiilclnen, no that a policeman can care
for tlie vlotlni of u stroet uccldent before
the ambulance arrives, ,
Prance lu iiyntoiuatloally. roforoatltiK Un
bun on places to rovlvn the soil,' abate
riood��, , mltljtato, 1 drohtrhtti;: provide .,em-
plryment, fori'linr. workari-.'rtnd: fiirnlHli:
' ,iaw material .for,har;fantorloH.^    f. , i
HE   KNEW  WHAT WAS  COMINQ.
Profesor liiiftli WV Kaiuom, of Har*
vard, was describing at a dinner at Cambridge, bin, experience as a subway work-
mnn���oxpi��rteiin> uhilerg'onn lii the cause
of HcleucP,
"Ona thing that ltitprft����cil ma," lin
aaid, "was tlie linppv honta lift* of tlm��n
hard-working men. Tt Is a far ��� happier
home life than that of the Idle rich, And
yet, the way people talk, you'd think it
was a wretched and nqualld home life.
"The way people talk, you'd think Jim
Jaokson'a waa a typical poor man's
home. *
"Jim, very pain and shaky, slopped at
the butcher's one morning and Habit
"'Ulvo mo 11 small plocc of raw.beef
for a black eye, }ilea��e.'
" 'Who's got a block eyo, .Tint?' askod
the  Witeher,  ciirlotudy,
'"Nobody ain't, yat," %)im anawcrcd.
���But I've been ou a hint for tha     lust
three days, and now I'm on my     way
home to the old woman.'"
��� �� 4>	
Set.
TSaat SpliStSag Headache  ,
vrlll vanish If you talca -
NA-DRU-CO" Headactie Wafers
Clve oalck.' ituire r��llef. and we guarantee they contain nothing
harmful to the heart or narroussystam.   25c a box. at allcrucglstft'
National Drag ��a��l Chemical C*. of Caxada, Limited, MoatraaL'
Y
16
Tliis Ii a ano, hindeoras, cloar-toned Violin, hlpbly pollahed, rlohty colored
'  ---'���-      'WJ1J ���
conipl'ttavrlthDerlnvbridRa, throo gue;i;t.lng\ ebony QnUlipssi, lonu bow 1
of whito hone hair, and box oi resiii.   Ev��.'?thi���� cnmnlata aant securely
nackoil in a box. Just "end ni your nam* aud andre����, and agree to soil
_���.,__   only 8 bT)xo�� of Dr. BtitUSln'ilVam.iURVoiKOtable Pills, at ww. a bor.
A Ki-anilremedy snd euro for weak and iinpurooonttltlons 01 tbe blood, indl-
asitlon, stomach troubleii.ooniitipsUon.noTTousdUordsrs, dtasaaes ol the llvor and klunoya,
rheunntlom, and FomMotroublo*. A mild la.r��tl��e,Orsnd Tonlo and Life Builder. Ihoy are
eanytaaelliut eaohoiutoraerbaylnffaboxof pllle.froin yoU.rooslTOB, at thea&mottraa.anloo
fanqy Pin, trhloh wa aornt ynu with tha IHIu. ���� mot inl��s tho chanooef your life,    j    j.
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ARE THE MOST MOMDN AND fERFEGT
.   ;,VyV :;? ^"SURB LIGHT, THE FWST'^ftt^^v": v v^:(fe
v^ATh^jitiBke nn nolne or *putt��r---a quiet, stsaidy flamo.   TUematfen*'
1 for thftWolciiir, lint ornoa/��na:;lh,ii[lio,tos.,;VVV;-V:V-'A::"i^
V   .VAIlVjfDiiail ilnnlors knan them' -- ��� - "���"
Tubs, Palls anil W**'hh6a>t1*��
id:; ih��:[Ubtos.';Vv;jVAAyy;pj>!'/i;'''^,j ''/'Arm ��� X'Ay
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HER   8TATU8. |
(Now York Hun.) I
Knleker���Have you Rot a hired uirl?  i
Hooker���No, Indeodi wo hav* au l^ad- \
* *'*^**Yi^*��-***��r>'*V-*i
c(|tiately' rcnuineratod ltvdy>
7Tfi*',7?fr"'*;*''J.'!"^
*
-Tn bs M��sl ����/��.ay Ssiutaot
jom natoeand maaraas Inms^lsu
scrss to s��U10 bosss oolf, of IMi MsIhA
aVo.alsM* "Fills,����|w. *>>*.��� "Isj
gittax^ww-mtiaw
mai,mj.Mki��Me\ r.
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*����i
Tono. sud Life DuUrttr,'Wim ths Pill* ws ��*n,l
10 srt.lol���� oTJawalrf to tits, sway with ths pills*
this mskss tbsm sssy to soil, Thi  "
sliallUUsit,. Oa	
���nil wa will asm
���Whsn yon |is���� ��<il   .
sad ws will rsnd ynu     - ��� -*,���.
.. ��� :�� ^i.L^'S.^ii.,
Ws M�� gUIni tbaas bfautlluf WiUoliU to sdtsnl
, our UsMSdlsa, aiils a a f rand onportanliy to 1
our* a tsWsMs Watch without hittnaw spsniL
ssnl. AaAaotWsUhlss>st*niwin��sn(|SMni
6.14 ft����*i ���>��� ��haa�� feu* wind srtlois tSBSfS.
klvsa M .irstttsMS, Jismt torottf piu�� wiiU
eeta/,j��",���������� rnK D��. WATOTttH unicii
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J 1 ' '-���������'-"-' -'- '"������������������ ���������'���������"- ��������� "-��������� ��������������������������� '���������''���������' ������������������ '���������'"��������� *���������--���������-*-'------���������������������������-.-'+ -^,&ffiyyxyy:yy&  WmAXAySiy^$M  K������^ywyy::yXXXXXX:X;  ���������'ft ""' '  \ Why v   Spraying     Should     Not ' Be'  \  \  \  *r  ���������f  .i*  it-  i  i  .������  ?  Omitted Whatever the Season.  Diy seasons tempt" even those who .believe in potato spraying to oibit *��������� ror  slight the practice; but a study of Bulletin J?o. 3*23, of tho New Yolk Agricultural Experiment Station at Qeneva.**?'^  X., should jconvin.ee growers that they  ought to spray regularly. The past  three ^seasons have been exceptionally  dry; and serious potato diseases have,  temporially, almost ^disappeared from  the State: yet only one-fifth of about  100 teats made by the station or reported to it in< .these three years have  shown a financial loss from H spraying,  and the average incieas'e, on more than  1,000 hcres "sprayed in the experiments,  was 36-bushels to��������� the acre. The Bulletin  summarizes, ihe tesults of 32 Station experiments made during the past eight  years, in which the,.average,gain' from  spraying every two weeks has .been 102  bushels per acie at Geneva, 54 bushels  at Riverhead;'and, from spraying three  times, during the season, 78 bushels at  Geneva. 29 bushels at Riveihead. The  average gain made by firmerb spraying  under. Station.inspection has been 41.1  bushels per acre foi seven years oii  areas'running from 60 to 225 acres each  year; and, by farmers spraying independently, but reporting to the Station,  on areas' ranging "from 74 to 600 acres  yearly for *six 'years, tbe average gain  , has been 52 bushels per acre. It is safe  to say that the'practice of spraying has  saved the'288 farmers'reporting experiments in the last seven yeais more < than  $50,000. Like all bulletins of the Station  this orio "will be sent, without charge, to  those applying to the Station for it.  It remained for the Missouri Csllege  of Agriculture, at *��������� Columbia, ���������* Missouri,  to raise and develop the champion dairy  Joseph We',; a Holstein-Frfeisian' cow,1 '"fin-'  ished her six months' test on July 18,  producing 17,008.8 pounds,-5 an,average of  93.4 pounds 'of Irailk daily-tor. 182, doysi  days. This ik equivalent to-46^ - quaWf  or ll.C gallons every day. Her highest  or ll.C, gallons every day.-Her highest  record ior one day was 110.2 pounds.  Thigireeorid "is" the *inore,iremarkabre;rb,c*''  cause no special preparation/]^*! been  made for this test /riffc'Jodeplune has  done her full duty^in^ibVev regular dairy  herd of, the Univerai^i'Jifving had five  calves in five and prie-l$lf'years. "Not  only has this record ,sipashed a^ l)ru'  vious wdrld's' rjecorda^fo^J^kVpto'lnc-,  thai, but -\he $er;c>i&^Qi$mbtOT fat is  Increasing daily,vso*tna*t,',barring ac-,  eidentv this' "c<-jw������?.vill, '{mdojihtedly prof-?  duce more" butter <��������� ^rmg^.u,' perio/l/,,, of  12 months^than'\^y othej^ cow that', has.  ever' been tested^ Only ������0 Jersey ccjws  in the history of,the world havp 'produced more than_>700 ,*ponnJs;'>i' butter  in one year. Five' of "these' 'c'bws,-' or ' 25  per cent, of the total number^ are owned and were bred, by tliis Missouri ' in;  stitution. . The college owns more , than  30D pure-bred and registered animals, "belonging to 17 distinct breeds. Josephine's  record exceeds the present. world's record for six months by 1,4SS pounds.  The caflt is too old to dehorn ' with  caustic potash when tbe horns have  epme through the skin. To accomplish  the best resultant, dehorning with this  alkali is when the button appears under  the skin, and before it cpmes through.  At this'time the"horn is kiiied quite  readily. Results are not so sure after  the calves are 4 weeks old.  ��������� With the��������� fjrst calf ^the heifer shoul,d-  be stimulated by lcgularity ih. feeding  apd milking, to keep up-a good flow of  Our $5.00  Guff Links  neatly  engraved   with   "bis"  monogram, would make a most  t *fe#o^Pt?MS Christmas gilt? They *,  \L> are made in extra heavy 14k gold /]  and are enclosed in e fine velvet *  Mined case. *  Send for Catalogue K  ��������� It contains 132 pages in colors of  "Jewelry, Silverware,  r' China, Glass,. Stationery,  , > Leather Goods,  Novelties, etc.  rVrie bros! limited  *-   Diamond Merchants, Jewoiers  and Siiversmitlis  134-138 Y0NGE ST.  i  -.  Jas. Rykic, ' Harry iJvRrc,  TORONTO  eow of all the world. Missouri     Coief   milk, and to, maintain this flow pretty  t\  V  <ia  Rural Telephone System ?  '     'I  ���������\  d  ^ Then we want to send you our book on "How to Build  ���������   Rural Telephone Lines," for some day either yourself, or  Someoneelse is goingtostartaCo-Operative Telephone Company  mr neighborhood and you owe it to yourself to be posted on  THE FARMER'S *FHOKE  This book tells aU about how to  organize and construct a Rural Telephone System.    It gives /you the de-  ������^m!s thz* -*Cti *.*" .^ft.sp nrsfflsfecrs  -would like to know. It contains just  the light information on how��������� to get a  communhy-owned telephone system  going; and how to ___��������� ������. ,  keep it going-. TMEA f-  It also tells about g BA.  the No. 1517 type A  Telephone Set. the ~  most  perfect tele- ANoMANUFACCURl^CO.UtMTlD  Msnufsctnrer and SupBtter -of all- tfpparst^fe epd enuipirent used Jn  the construction, operation Bud tr.aintcnance*ot Telephrae. Fire  Alarm and Electric Railway Plants.    a>������������������������i���������������������������.i i.:.���������     '  phone instrument eyer made by any '  manufacturer.  'This book is tbe last'  word on Telephone Set construction.*-   _,  Asking for it places you under no ob-      B  ligation.'    Simply teU?ns^tnai "yaauvtr^  would like to read Bulletin No. 340 and  ���������we will send it to you free on iwiiest.  -the power "to tn"loy"\6 the full llfeV  VHSOffOWS   ft&C-SltSl   work'and pleasure���������'comes only withi  $X! *i X ~      '. ,   r,'!i . "' A   ' ' goo'd dlgfestlon. .    *i  j * *> -  ^ J.     -  \#r ?������������������*,.  \  toneTup weak stomachs���������supply ^he"dlgestlve ]uiees"whic'h are Ia6klng,~*'fisure  MoUoiialJDrug and Chemical Co. of Cnaada>-Limited,  . Montreal, -  hi tm.,wmmh*am  I"  \/x  ���������Ax  v'S\ ��������������������������������������������� ���������  '/.'.���������y'.'iyll'i .;���������  "y  Cold Ron  on the side of .'the house where-  winter blasts strike hardest always  has a lower temperature than the  rest of the house. There are titacs  when it is necessary; to, raise the ;  temperature quickly .o^''to Sieep .the  temperatvirel^plvfor af Ipng^period  fe^f^hatAcah't'be; dcihfe by tfiev'regujlr^1  ^method of heiitirt^*wlthbut 'grefttfv  'it-X. trouble Jiiid overheating; thfere^ i?t:;,,  i;-^e:^Iiou?e;A!f.TK  ^k^hod^bi^I^atirig.,,  alohfe! by^thdr means is to psfe^a v  close up to the next calving. The object  is to fix in her continuity of millc. Never  lef ,her get fat, though. The keynote to  success^ is tthe cow, and the foundation  of the cow is feed and breed.  Eaeh year thousands of infertile eggs,  tested from] incubators the,, first week,  'go to market. Bakers especially are anxious to buy theni. An infertile egg one  week, under vthe .temperature of 103 degrees, is equivalent to an infertile egg  .kept two weeks in the pantry .It is^a  stale egg, but not necessarily a bad one.  ', Although the, conditions of the apple  orchards in Western New York is reported somewhat improved " since the  scattering rains and showers in tliat  Section, the outlook is not flattering for  a large'crop.   -  Y.     ��������� ���������**   AN  INDIAN TIGER HUNT.  A British officer in India liad gone out  upon an elephant in search of a tiger,  wliich had just killed a man and   two  bullocks within half a mile of his camp.  The hunt was brief, and the officer presently got two shots at the tiger,   but  did not succeed in tilling it. The jungle  was heavy, and it was already getting  >dusky when the servant touched tlie officer from behind, saying, "There he is!"  v  The Li'ge*:' wa,a lyihg within ten yards  of the officer, unable to rise, his   lions  .being broken. Seeing that he was   not  ;-dead, however, the officer was in    the  ,act   of taking up   his rifle when   some-,  ���������i-hink struck him on the back and jam-  aned 'him to   the   front of the howdah.  He had just time to seize the branch of  a tree and pull himself out of the how-  dah-^when   the frightened elephant   ran  awav and left the pfficer,suspended immediately    over   the tiger,   which   lay  growling and licking its aides.  S?Th*,������ff?<!er-was *n a predicament.,In  ������V������n he -tried to got into'the tree, and  Nat last,   hisf fingers becoming cramped,  ,^Jie lost his hold and fell on the tiger. Jt  ..j'Kfts Hke .falling inl** the jaws of death.  SV Tho instant that the officer 'touched  *the ground tho tiger, witli     a terrjfif  -roar, seized his left foot in his nuuth.  Vn,advWith one1 bite cruehtid the' heel and  yiinklebon9. {Then, he gave the   , attifn-r  .three pther bites, two on the calf of the  ;>lc������ h.ndr6nd' oh'the knee,"   every   bite  freaking the bone to pieces.        ���������> , r ,,   ,'  *** The officer's ngonies were fright'" A. In  -viTjin he called for help. But, after     n  struggle he' gonitis right' leg   free nnd  ^gaVo the tiger a tremendous kick     on  ,ih'o head, which <tndiicod him'-to<lct go.  Instantly the officer gofc^np and hobbled  to" 'tho* 'foot Mof   tho tVfee where he foil  exhausted,"wlth'i'tlic. tiger, still a   i fu\v  pnpes off.,  r ,,: "      , ,   ;      ,      .    ,,  1 '* The sepoy who had been with him in  the bowdnlr'had lodged ' safely   in   the  tree, and witnessed- 'tluV wjiole   floone.  Now,ho efui>n( .<lawn <wHhin*ja few   foot  of >tho ground and   begped' his    niaatcr  to] got into tho tree. At first tho officer  thpught   lie'VjnnliT <��������� not.' i 'but ,n (ter some  stvugglos he inannpcdi- by giving the so-  nqiy.SJiw'linnd'fli to* golvbimnelf;. pulled -up  ihtoith^lbworibranchos, In a shortiWhlUl  a nitnljlwri-p^ ...too,  Just now, when Hampton Court gai-  den������ are * daily crowded with visitors,  country cousins.and foreigners, especially Americans, as well as Londoners who  find leisure for a jaunt in the dull season,' it is fortunate that the holders are  looking better than at any other tim������  this year. Through most ot the buuuncr  tlie' battered plants \*. ere hanging their  heads under the weight of moisture and  scattering their petals, but of late the  blosspms have had a chance or' developing their beauty, and now the long  border presents nearly half a mile ot  varied color, brilliant and delicate but  altogether hannonious, for the aim ha-;  been to get away from crude tins and  to arrive at a refined color scheme. Pio-  bably gaidening is carried nearer to pei-  feetion at Hampton Court than in any  other easily accessible ground. The resources of the establishment, with _ its  vast, greenhouses, its command of scientific skill, and, not least, its superioiity  Ato small economics places it achievements so far beyond the scope of the  average amateur that he can only look  on in wonder and pick up a hint here  and there. Most of the visitors of  course are content to be charmed and  pass on, but there are plently of others  whose admiration is tinged with a modest spirit of emulation. They can always learn something at Hampton Court,  and this year the plain lesson is that  it is not enough to have beautiful  plants and to tend them affectionately;  they must also be displayed tastefully  and with full effect, says the London  Morning' Post. But then comes the  question how this is to be done, and  possiblly some may be discouiaged when  they hear how much thought and preparation ha\e gone to the production  of some ot the results.  Every visitor has admired the arrangement of pink and sea green formed  bj glowing begonias in contiast with  the gray leucophyton on a carpet of  Koenigia martima, like sunset glints on  surf. But few have guessed that plants  had to be specially grown to make  this picture well a& for other fascinating designs. The color harmonies which  will surprise the public a year hence  have already lwen planned out, and  plant? are being raised to take their  part in the scheme. Leucophyton  Brownii, with its sotc grey foliage, is  a valuable aid to these garden pictures,  its mysterious tone giving intensity and  animation to the brighter colors. It  has generally been used only for carpeting, but at Hampton Court it has  been cultivated as a shrub three or four  feet high with excellent results, and  the examples shown are almost unique.  As the plant takes four or five years  to reach this size immediate emulation  Is out of the question, in this instance  at least. Still there is an underlying  principle that can be carried out, namely, that the best way to bring out the  ful beauty of flowers is by well con-  silered color contrasts. This is exemplified in many ways that the observant  and earnest amateur ean easily imitate.  The long border shows instances by the  score. At the same time it is to be  noted that unless one has for a background an old wall tinted by time to  shades of purple and gray and adorned  by almost every climber old and new  that,goes to the making of a wall garden, one cannot expect to get quite the  same effect as in the herbaceous border of thie old pleasure ground. Also  it' is not very likely that the balsam  fromi Uganda, which ^ with "its bluish  white flower forms so effective a feature of the border, will' be so freolv  available as a decorative adjunct. This,  by the i way, is a free fkworing plant,  had become unmanageable, prime back,  and ffay/MltwCWe'**$���������*?*?:Mm ^hich  the'-'offlt'er (.vviie7 oaVrlodubii'ek'to'i!nmn. '=  ��������� *������������  Hj  ���������������rm Qfei-itiije^cVNid.  hi /  H >'  ������������������X  )*>'  k  yV  Xy  .'i ���������'('.  !'<'���������'  Ai-  )f-  '���������'.'.,'  ���������if,  .-���������..  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Tlio <5hcitpo8t looking':thing at a bargain counter in, always', ft man, waitUig  Cor his wife. v ;  ,VuWhoniua Ninn doo.n. mnko iu), hia iiiind  to Sl*rit Sfdol'Jof-lilni'acWBo ' iol8o������i*������  'ikli'iipe thojobV/V    .;'( Y.-y^  rAitiantliovny.ou auy Itubjcct.iH ntor,cly  ti;' nuwVVo upholds thb"opinion Wo hnvo  (|)iovlOWnVyA������xprn'������������������d,;   , >y  S,> A      <',  AfWr all, this dreamer nuiy bft liaVlug  tt boUM' Umo" than the follow who It-  wide awake, " .,    ,  ���������;���������'/. coHobo ������dncatlon can gonorally; bo,  dqionilcd up>,n 'to" tfnoh' a Itriy* how to  Bpeud ���������ten tlnw'n A,*.,,"ueV -'"IV'y. )** ^l0  w.ijlovor liavo.        "        ��������� *     "   '!' .  j A man and hln wife nro'onr, but that  djnfiin't prove that thoro l������ alwuyH luck  in "odd numbers.  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Kni^htV Stove rqHsh'iirf.':'  ���������slock, fiend us bis name and lociV  '.' n'U.d we will send a full slzo tin ���������  ''"uy'return muit.1 ���������*-:vy>���������?������������������������������������ .������������������yx-yj^.i^  ������������������"'��������� THB V. V. DMXEY CO., UIHITED,  HAMILTON. ONT. 20  Makers (\f the famous "������ in r" Shot ftotish,,  imuiumwmmimitwmwMummm,mmmm  Hux-rt-AArfA  Tlio he������t prornltima.mid thn bejt vnlurn  ,  vnr olTotcd.. <lolrt and HllvcrWiiietii'H. (lorn  HetRinffMHiid Uroonlina, iajiBlit<trvnni<lii������ln~  AH7H^  over on  HiitniiiKMiiiid UrooahoR, lniiKliiiiNniKiiuoini/  Moving rlflUiroMaeUinca,J'rno������vI)p������,������riitt'ii  Tua J5ut.ii nnil.piniiy other pri'iiilimm nlvi-ii       illlng onr )������������������������������������ ������-' ������������������-  Mir  elilHil (intil Kin  Tlie very !|ifi������>tt  BK  i y\ ���������  comparatively new, that deserves wider  appreciation.  The long bolder is divided into two  sections, that extending from the pal.ice  to the river having nil the wild charm  that belongs to purely herbaceous varieties, while the upper end consists of  herbaceous plants mi^ed with vaiious  floweis and bulbs, with a touch of fol-  mality introduced in the long line of  vai legated veronica edging. Here the  striking masses of lilies, very notably the  crimson splashed Rubro vittation," the  fine range of varied phlox, the pink Bennett Poe and many other handsome hollyhocks, the bushy orange flowered  Strepto solen, various dahlias, fuchsias,  hydrangeas, asters and other lively hued  flowers make a daz?ling show when seen  in perspective with the sun shining on  them. The gay colors come out and in  fact one could wish the straight line  diversified by a few bays and little pio-  jecting clumps, with here and tbere a  shady nook to biing a little niystery  into the scene. But closer inspection  shows how relief is to be obtained  through the color ai rangeraent, how the  tall heliotropes, as much as six feet in  height, which aie quite a feature of  these gardens, help the bright blossom,  how purple Michaelmas daises make  restful masses between them, how well  the plumbago and clematis come in for  color contrasts beside the biilliant  groups, and how prettily the blue sage  Salvia patens perfoims its function as  the complementary to the warmer tints.  Even the gaudy crimson and yellow varieties of the feathered cockscomb will  take their places comfoitably in the design when judiciously led up to and'har-  monized. One notices also the importance of massing flowers as a means of  showing their group beauty as well as  their individual chaim.  A groat bed of La France and another  exceptionally fine one of Richmond roses  afford a good illustration, but it is not  to be overlooked that the pink rose is  gieatly helped by its carpet of petunias  and violas, and that the crimson one  gains on a giound of white tufted pansy.  Sweet peas are now making a fine display, the scai let sag, Salvia Glory of  Zurich, has been bi ought to a high stage  and is most effeeth e. in association with  Leaicophyton biownii; Lilium auratum is  an magnificence, and among the interesting plants that speciallyv thrive in the  gaidens may be noted the new heliotrope, piccoli, and Swansonia alba, a  greatly improved wild vetch of the  T^rol. Though geraniums 0 re in a great  measure banished a bed of the tail ivy  kind, with cheiry colored blossoms over  p. carpet of whites edged with a variegated foliage vaiiety is very noticeable.  Among the roses are many beautiful  ramblers, which do well in the light soil,  but this of course does not suit the generality of roses and therefore to bring  them to perfection beds have to be specially made for them.  As a refreshment to the eyes after  enjoying the vivacious color arrangements nothing can be better than a visit  to the pond garden, which contains several of the old plants existing in the  time  of  Queen Mary.    There  are  also    _   ^ ,-    . , ���������.,.-,  mnn������������������,     nitrons   and   iiroveQ    tiie   limn     But  for his starey e>'e������* They're aim.  oranges,   citrons   ana pgaves,  tne   last   And not quIte 1Ive ami seem to see.  more curious than pretty, which go back    ���������    to her time. The formal Dutch element  still strongly marks the gardens with  pervading straight iiiic������* ������,������d obliterates  the Tudor origin, but we are reminded  of this where the fine and venerable  brickwork gives color and character to  the old world corner which secludes tlie  pond garden, the orangery and the famous vine.  Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  Vienna, W. Va.��������� "I feel that low������  the last ten years of my life to VLydia  73 E. Pinkham's Vege-  " ' Compound.  table  Eleven years ago I  was   a   walking  shadow. I had. been  under the doctor's  carebutgotnorelief.  iMy husband per-  ' snaded me to try  Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable   Compound and it worked  j/m_ like a charm. It re*  SiSlieved all my pains  and   misery.    I  advise all suffering  women to take Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound." ���������Mks. Emma  vVKEAToy, Vienna, W. Vs.  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-  Sound, made from native Toots au&  erbs, contains no narcotics or harmful druts, and to-day holds the record  for tho largest number of actual cures  of female diseases of any similar medicine in the country, and thousands of  volnn^.irv testimonials .are on file in  tlie 1'Isikham ..laboratory at Lynn,  Mi-is., from women who have been  cviiii hom almost every farm of  f.*:.*< 12 ooMpluints, inflammation, ul-  f. .*��������������� ��������� (Msplaccments.tibvohltumors,  ��������� j * i- . '.ill iea, periodic pains, backache,  ti  and nervous prostration.  ii'-  GARDEN HINTS.  What   to  Do- With Vegetables in  the Autum.  ��������� *   x \\ -MilTering woman owes it to  ..  io * jvo  Lydia  12. Pinkham's  , vl* ' \ 1 ������������������Mrponnd a trial.  * rioukt like special advice  ':;t������* case write a coniiden-  .*.j   ivti-T to Mrs. Phikliam, at  ,.i������*?'. r,*ass.   Her advice is free*  ovi v������;ways iielpful.  -....  i.���������. ���������. -  THE   GOLDFISH.  I tensed   and  teased to have  a  fish,  And, now they've let me have mj  wish,���������  II ib a dreadL'ul thing to say.  1 wish they'd take my fish away.  I thought ot course I'd love a pet,  But oh! he is so cold and wet  And slidy-shppery to feel,  Aud 'most as squirmy as an eel.  The day I spilled him on the uuc  And sciambled lor him with the wj.t,  fiach time  I saved  his  life,  he'd try  Hi? best to get away and die!  J ast as I'd get him fast, he'd flop  So hard I'd nave to let him drop  And grab lor him again���������until  And  of a sudden he was stilt:  So  still I thought he must be dead���������    ,  I guess it was a faint instead.  I truly like to watch him swim,  hnmi'/l I'lofuro Font Vim\*.  dcxlgn* In Vlewn. Itlrthdny. jrierni. iKr.iuny.  tVimlcH, jkci., ntft for 1(W. Ht-ll.W.OO werih nnd  win one of tiinMii nno nrumlunm. You enn  it tinim In nn hour or (wo, tint tlnivt dnhiy,  for WO julvn an i-ftlra. iireinliiin.fnr prumpt-  11 km. 'Write tn-day. anil we will wild vou a  li  with Mia eiwiwu nml jn*t Hm bentpreniliimi*  ottiTtxl.   Wni������ v*mr liiniio hO-if'vi rM Vtt?  ������ ������#n*W St  INC  al  lit* I  Take up some parsley roots and  grow them in a box or pot in the  house or in a shed. Thus you will have  a winter supply which will be relished.  Home grown rnddish and lettuce may  be had for Ojiristmas and New Year'n  by sowing seed in a mild hotbed. Carefully watch the young plants so au to  protect thcin in the event of heavy,  frosts or freezing.  If you intend to shell some pent)  or beans and want to do it quickly,  let thom dry, thoroughly after pick-  luft and then run them throngh a  common clothes wringer. This will *e|i-  nrate the pens or'beans from the hulls  quickly without breaking them.  Winter celery should be bunked up to  protect it from severe ��������� froBts. It slioull  bo stored away by ^ll) oml oi ^,0 m >,|,''������  unless specially protected, in which cahu  it may bo safe to leave it out a vuek  or.two. longer. .-,���������.,.-.-;.         ���������., ...   ,..,*...,..,.1.  To haye ..good seed potatoes for  next spring7 this if* the best time to  Bccuro * thom, They are alwnys cheap:  est in the fall, Kuiiy varloties of  po'tat'ocn should' 1ms in the < ground its  uiuiy ns possible In spring* ��������� if you  wnit till thon to buy, you may bo  lute in getting them plantod. Got them  ready this '���������fall, whether yon buy them  or pick thorn out of your own crop.  Pick thom over carefully, selecting only  the nicest onos, and' thon put thom in  a crate till spring. When planting fclmci  comes thoy will bo ready.  Pull and store cabbage and dig boots,  carrots, parsnip* and such cropfl, .and  put nt bnco in the cellar. Somo paranlpo  mid futlflify may bo loft In the ground  all wltor to bo dug up In tho nprlng.  Itonmv tho old rhubarb patch by  digging the roots, dividing them hnd  Hotting out iv now plantation. Leave  somo rooi>, also, on tlio nurfdeo of tho  ground or put them in a cold irnmo to  froozo. Later placo thorn in tho collar on  tho floor or in a barrel where thoy will  produce lonilor, julry utallcs for winter  usn.���������A. 11, Cutting.  .   1,      .������<������. ���������  A GOOD  REASON.  Tho children at kindergarten wore  told to bring their dolls to school next  morning. Whon Eva, ngod 4. -told hor  iiinirinia about it, hor tnanima ������aldt "Oh,  doarl I don't want you to tnkn dolly  to nohool) I nm afraid you will break  her.������������  May's mamma, who with May wan vi������'  It Ing at F.vit'K boiirto ut tho time, mild the  namo to her Httle ono. Noxt nmriiinK the  two children trotted off to nchnnl, Kvn  i*5������i)1iiln<>il why hIic had not bronjjht her  drtll. When It riime May*'** turn, nhe naldi  "And I'<*������n?t-.'l������riiifl" my dolly to wiiiool  either, 'uuitmi iimiuiu/i afr-xld 1'H brenk  her, ��������� hut���������but���������I haven't any ilolly."���������  Dollneator.  Things they don'd like at all in nie.  Oh, dear!    Why can't I like my fi&h?  j-ie Klltters in his big deev������ dish,       " -   ���������  And swlrlg his tail,  or stirs a  fin,  Aim Dream es tii������ mxtci.' Cut and '...,  1-fis  lovely  scales are  shiny  bright,   -'  .But���������we!l, I*know you'd l>au& a rristht,  .lust as your eyes were 'most shut tight,  To hear <queer plopping sounds at night!s  I guess your lieait would jump and stop  All in the dark to hear "Ker-plop!"  Of course,  I'd know in just a v/ink..  What 't was,  when I   had   stopped    to  think���������  Only���������a person doesn't stop: '  "Ivlo-ther!!!"  I  yell;   and  he  goes   "plo-  p-p-p!"  I'm talking "trade" with Botty Babbitt���������  One fish for halves In her brown,rabbit.  ���������Ethel Parson in November  St.  Ntch-  olae. ���������     'i,,  wm M if  One says, "1 have Great faith' in'  \   Cuticura Remedies."  Another,"  "They Always Bring Results."  "I wlob to let you know of a couplu ot  'recent cures which I have made hy tin una  ,of tho Cuticura Homed leu.   Last Aut;uit, Mr.   of this city como to my olllce, troubled  with a nevcre hMii eruption.   At first l could   (  ,not undcrstund tho nature of the care.    ������  finally traced it to his occupation, an lie waa a  fiaintcr and decorator.   Jt wan dermal it h in  is worst form,   lt Htartcd with a A\vt,h% omp*   t  | tion an<l would affect most nartB of IiIh body���������  ' tlilRlis, clbowH chest, buck and abdomen ���������- >  jand tvould tcrmlnato In 1HU'������ pnstules.   '1 he ..-..-.������������������,  'Helling and .burniiiK was-dretidful ������nd ho .  would almost tear, his skin apart, ���������tryinar t6 ;  ?i������l relief.    I recommended all tho Vuijous, y  rcatments I coiiid think of aiid'hu iijwnt  i about fifteen dojlarp. on rprcncrlptionjiA but ;.; ,  nothlnBf.sccmcd to.liclp him.       .: :?  i     "Jnllie meantime tny Wife who..was con-  (tlnuully HiiKcrlnu with,a filWit skin troublo  .and who hud been trying dllferent proserlp-  i tions and methods with my nnstitamje. told ���������   . .,��������� i0-et Borne of the Cutlcuiu  me she was  Ilemcdlea.  _���������    Jut an I did not know much about  Cuticura at that timo I was doubtful .whether  It would help her.  break  wrtotB  and bleed, eHpcclnlly on the ftnpr  ... and.arms,.  1 could.do notlilnK to  Hove hor permanently. .When ������lio;ilr,it  ��������� piled the. warm batlm of Cuticura Soap.  ; applleatlonii of Outloura Ointment.itlio j  na the Cut!-,  rid this waa  Hernkla would thicken. A  on the ilnpcrs,  ���������    .wry  ap-'  and; -  applications or outloura oiritmciH,������iio'Bitw','  a decided improvement and in a few-.days ���������.  : abe was completely cured. ���������   ,;  '��������� I lost no time in recommcndlm  ' eura llemedles to Mr. rr-rr"��������� ?n   ���������. -   ...  , two montha ajto.   I told him to wnnl������ with  warm batlw of the; Cuticura 8o������p and to  apply the Cuticura Ointment Kenerousbr.  Hellovo me, from tlio yery fl ml. day's uso of tlia ;���������  Cuticura Ilemcdlcu ho wa������ ureatly rejluved  : and to^lay ho l������.comnlotfly .cured ihrpuuh.  tlielrtiKO.  I have Kreal faith in tlio Cuifcum  '  nemedles and shall always have a pood word.  for them now that i,11111 convinced of tiietr  wonderfurmarlw/'^ (Blgnwlj ������. L, Whito-,,-.  head, M.b., 108 Dartmouth  Bt.i  ������twton,  Mom., July to.. lOlOv.     y      .:,,  ��������� ylv  Aa'tliouxh In conflrmatlpn oflhls jnort v  eonvlnclnK,itttUinent,,a. M. FimierYM.W^  Hie Pool, Md., wHim: "My face wiw ������micle������l .<  witli eczema la.tlio year l^.J u������o<l \Ue  duueura itomMllM and wna entirely cured.  I am a praetlelnu physician and very, often  prewrlbo Cuticura, rtemedler In caws1 ol ,  JciBtna. and tliey have cured where other  formoiaiihavefafled. 'I am not In tha���������*-*r*  ' ������ndorstn������ natent mudlcineui. but .Wl .  ehM?  ro*d-  iigh to proclaim their vhtueii'lii  rhave been practlcinr medlcli  mn, and mtwt, t������v r Ond,jro  ii������i.iB4iM ������ No. l, I mill Hnd the Outfcn  l*medles M. ������ood as over.   They siways  lie world.   .  or twenty ������������aw.  Umed m A No. 1  RESIDENCE9. y  (Xtw Vrrl: ^vAy ' "X-"x  Knlct:<r-~:Wh'<*>v������''A<n*���������������.Tones' llvet-"* A'���������  Uockor-~Ho hit* a country ncntivnd ������;  oity stvap.   . ,, ,'���������     :'x :x.:A''.y :yy���������,  >y\  A  ,<*\  xy  !..mi  yA:  Xyl  AX\  "AiiL;,  MMMM  :l> I.-::  ������������������.>.'!  lii  rMHianiiHM^^  ;'���������$���������&���������<���������  iMi  '���������ii'.A*  fiiKAiXl^ifX,^^,  WY5 ���������}������������������*'  ;yi������-1.!"A,  iVxkemi ������������������t*'Ci^^r Mii'-i"JE,'^ j'i^''i:V-',i"'-':'"' -J;-5**;-J :->'���������"*���������: ?: VVV^-'Vi.^'  mm  mmmmx  wxwS^xyx  JHi vs.-,. ������&--, s'M-i'*** *���������'.- j ��������� ���������'���������:������������������  )^Vic.*:^'-J'*'ivi'i^?.V:V'''-*:-,1,*-1>>: -'. V;'-.'.  my^^mxyxyyyx  '#^|VS]:������ASV;Y.y'::-'  :;ste;*yuYy.YY''': ~_  l[VVpy^YSvY:AY::c'.Y  ;py"y>Y*Y:?;yyY-'.���������������������������:������������������  &YyWpyyy,xxX,X:y  mxm^yxxxy^-y  4?5.'-.-.',.vtt,T.-J-.������v-'.-���������'���������.������������������ -V-������������������-  W^MYy^V:  Iv-p^vSA'V  PROFESSIONAL  TT  SCKOFIEU>  Fire, L*ie and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  mm...   t-^r-:y-'vs'A'i<-t;^yyy- -  livftfev  .i^.^i';-.^-**''*. :;���������;  TRAIL  -   B.C.  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B.C. Lanb Surveyor and Arohxieoi  The niauager of the Review ia indebted to Mayor Fred G. Little for a handsome set of " Creston souvenir  Jhiua," which was presented by Mr  Littlo as a New Year's nift. Tbe gift  is highly appieciated, aud will be preserved as a keepsake from the "father "  of Creston.  Plans and Speoifioations  CRESTON -       -  B.C.  j.  D.  ANDERSON  British   Columbia   Land   Surveyor  .'.  :Mmi  iyxyyyx  i,yy.M-.yXy  y.!sSy?;?yY  ^-plfsSSV.  ...ytm^yxx  j. y?s.-������ .*y-y ������������������: y-  ,.|;|l'v  YYy.:  ,?���������-.-������  /  m  '4X.:A.  m.  ywis \  Amy.-: ;-.  ���������'yip -.-..-  ���������m-k> 'xix  tf'!\-'-i:  life;'-  fc'-'  I'M' '���������  WA -  TRAIL  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & CO.  Chas. Fans spent Xmas with friends  in Toronto, and is expected home early  iri January.  Mr. and Mrs. B. Mallandaine arrived  from Fernie ou Tuesday last, where  they spent Xmas with relatives of Mrs.  Mallandaine'8, and> on Wednesday's  w esfcbonnd they left again for the coas-  it being their intention to spend New  Year's Day with relatives in tbeQneen  City. They -will retnru home about  January 5th.  J. M. Barton, who spent Christmas  with  his  family here,   left   again for |  Cranbrook the fere part of tho week.  Baal Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO BENT  CRESTON     -  |   Notes from Yahk i  \^wvvwwvvw<wv*^a^ w  The King Lumber Oompany started  Saturday with the hauling of logs full  force on sleighs.  Sam McCartney has the roof on his  store and post office, which he is rush-  iug to completion.  Sam Mills, agent for the Bang Lumber Co , spent Xmas with his family at  Vancouver, and is. expected to return at  the end of the week.  Jack Gibbons, the popular hotel mnn,  who recently sold his business, is making preparations to leave Yahk.  Although the town of Yahk is small,  there is great bustle here, aud a busy  winter is anticipated from all residing  | here.  all its  Readers  at Home and Abroad  HAPPY   NEW   YEAR  B.C.  GUY   LOWENBERG  Consuming Engineer  ORESTON  B.C.  R. GOWLAND SCRUTON  A.L.A.A.  (Diploma London Aesn, Accountants)  Auorsoa and Accountant  Balance sheets prepared and verified  Books balanced, opened and cloeed  Partnerships and company auditing  -      B.C  CRESTON  We regret to announce that Mrs.  John Gilbert ���������*: as been very ill of late,  bnt is now reported to be improving.  L. O. Wisler,  the eldest son of O. P,  Wisler, arrived a few days ago from  Stettler, Alta.,  and will return homo  on Saturday.    Mrs.  Wisler, who owns  the largest gent's furnishing store in  the thriving Alberta town, sees great  changes in Creston from his visit here  six years ago.   Mr.   Wisler says that  Tom Dixon,  "who formerly  owned the  land purchased by his father,   O. P.  Wisler,. is now in a prosperous state,  having recovered from the great loss he  sustained by being burnt out shortly  after his arrival at Stettler.    Mr. Dixon  now has a new home erected and is regarded ss one of the most prosperous ot  Stettler's ranchers.  CRESTON REALTY    |  and INSURANCE CO.  Fruit Lands, Town Property and Insm  ance  "Rf\  ^���������������������������*ft������������������ 0������O'S'S"������������������ ������������������������*������������������*���������!  [ With a Local Flavor ���������  J. E. King, principal of the Eriokson  public school, returned from Nelson the  fore part of the week.  J. W. Dow left on Thursday's westbound for Nelson. Mr. Dow stated he-  would visit Portland, Oregon, before  returning.  G. M. Benney, superintendent of  roads for the district, -went to Nelson  ������>n Thursday on official business,  ^���������a%*������^$ v ��������� 00 v*5 v^1������^ ���������������������*&��������������������������������� ������������������  Write it 1911!  A Happy and Prosperous New Year.  A fight in which "the other fellow"  got licked on the street, was the only  rift in ths Into during the holiday  festivities.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Lindley are leaving  to-day for Grand Forks, ���������where they  ���������will visit friends.  The quarterly returns of Police court  fines, ending Doo. 31st, remitted to the  deputy collector at Nelson, amounted  toU60.  Goo. Hunt, the merchant prince oi  Kitohener, was among the many visitor*  to town on Tuesday.  Billy Taylor left for Cranbrook on  Tuesday for a few days' visit.  James H. Sohofleld, M.P.P., paid  Croston a visit this week for the pur-  poao of attending the installation oi  officers of the local Mahomo lodge lost  Tuesday evening. Mr. Sohofleld, who  is Fast Grand Master cf B C, will leave  to tuianmo his parliamentary duties at  tho coast on January 7th,  Mr. Grady and Mrs. Hook left foi  'Book Oreek oamp on Wednesday last.  Don't overlook a grand Danoo on Friday (this ovoning) Deo. 30th, in the  Creaton Auditorium. Music by the  Moyie orchestra will bo provided. Dancing will commence at 0 p.m. Ticket*,  including supper, 91,60.   Ladies free.  Monday, January 2nd, has boen gazetted as a publio holiday, so do your  shopping before that timo. Ah will be  Men by an official notice elsewhere in  thi* issno Sohool will uot open until  Tuesday next, January 8rd.  TO RENT.���������A throo roomed cottejro, nt  ���������8 nor month. Apply to tho Rbvikw  Oflloo.  MImL. M. Bcotf, the popular young  nurse of Moyie, haa beon spending Xmm*.  at Oi-Mton, and returned home on Tuesday lost.  The Bev. 8. H. Barkisslan and family  Imi Tuesday moved into tho new  manse, oome of the room* of the homo  being completed.  Ashley Cooper and family havo artlv-  td from Calgary to f^nm^umUy *u**o  Mr. Sylvester has returned from a  visit to St. Eugene Mission.  Mr. J. Cook has received a letter from  Mrs. Cook, who id visiting at Georgetown Out., near Toronto, which states  that cotd weather arid snow prevails  generally throughout the east. It is  quite a change for Mrs. Oook after the  Oreston climate.  jo������ o. rrau conference  When the CreBton delegates   to the  B.C. Frait  Growers'  Asscsi&tios. rases  at  the  annual  couvoution in the Sir  William Wallace  Hall, On Friday, Jan.  6th, one of the most important snbjeots  that will bo taken up is that of standard  packages  and  grades  for all kinds of  frait.   In the province the fruit industry ba������ developed so very rapidly that  fruit growers have not paid much atten-  | tion to this point yet beyond observing  the requirements of the law, but, because of the constant tendency towards  standardization  in    size    of  package,,  weight of fruit and grade of fruit on the  American side of  the line, action has  become imperatively necessary.      The  announcement by* this  association that  this matter will receive attention at this  meeting has therefore aroused considerable interest,  and the meeting will be  well attended by capable and representative men from all parts of the province.  Mr. E. H. Shepherd, of Hood River,  Oregon, and Mr. O. C. Clark, also an  Oregonian, now in the depariment of  agriculture as assistant horticulturist,  will be among those who will outline  what is being done to Becure uniform  fruit packages and grade in their state.  Tbe principal box manufacturers of this  When you want that Xmas. cigar,  drop into Sam Hatfield's, and select  from his large assortment of choice  brands.  O. P. Wisler, contractor, has received  three good work oxen. They were  brought here last Saturday from Stettler, Alta., by hiB son Otis Wisler.  Chey will be used in skidding logs and  other work.  PIANO.���������Now at railway station near  Oreston, will be sacrificed for $250  cash. Never been UBfid. Lady unable  to keep it.���������Apply in first instance  Mrs. A G. Mungbam, 2040, Columbia  street, Yancouver, B.C.  Methodist Sunday School  On Deo. 4th the annual election of  officers for the Snnday School took  place. The new exeoutive asked that  the annual statement for 1910 be com-  piled, The following is a brief report  of the same.  The total enrolment of the sohool  was 06.  Tho average attendance was almost  30.  The total number of olasats was 3.  The total number of teaoherr and  onlcers was 8.  The acting superintendents were  either Mr Adlard or Rev. Rutherford.  The Bible olasa was  taught by the  acting superintendent of tbe day unti j  September  11th,   when  Miss   E.   V.  Danard was given that oharge.  The senior girls' class waa in oharge  of Mrs. Edtnund8on. Her olass achieve!  two distinctions: Laura Edmnndson attended 51 Sundays in the year; this  olaes memorized the moss scripture  verses.  ���������The -senior boy's class was in oharge  of Mrs. F. Rutherford, who was on  hand 48 ont of the 52 Sundays. Herbert  Gobbett atteuded 49 Sundays,  The junior girl's class was in oharge  of Miss E. Oartwright until July, einoe  which time Miss G. Oartwright has  taken charge. Yida Gobbett attended  49 Sundays.  The Primary olass was taught by  Mrs. Nunn until her departure, since  which time Mrs. Elliott has had oharge.  This class bad the largest enrolment  and -the largest class collection for the  year.  The financial statement was satisfactory ahrwpiTig vonoini;������ fnr 1.9101-01?S *?i .'-5  Expenditure  62.16  Balance on hand  10.10  But the?������ are people who  s?e essssssstly Seeking for  opgrnk-iunitte-s to OentH money  on jrood security. If you want  to borrow a few dollars, or a  few thousand, our Want Ads.  wilt put you In touch with  those who have money' to  n^nVf^ r^*������ nr ������������������<  mi  Ladies'  CCS.  Cashmere Hose, SO cents.���������  Occident at the Yale-ColumhU  Lumber Camp  ��������� v. w wovnvw refto nuu   Bevoro auuCtt. va  the system is the reBult of an aoaident  to a young Englishman named Ernest ,.  Jarreti, which occurred   at  the Yale  Columbia  Co.'s logging    oamp   near  Oreston yesterday afternoon.  The   nnfortnnate   man,   who is a  sawyer, had just fallen a tree, which in  falling struck another tree, and rebound*  ing maimed Jarretfc as above mentioned.  The  injured  man  waa brought to  the Croston hotel, where he reoeived  surgical treatment from Dr. Hendersoo.  On enquiry this morning we learn  that Jarrett spent a restless night, bnt  that he was quite cheerful and bearin/jfV  np with great fortitude.    He was taken,  on thia alternoon's westbound to Nelson  hospital, and en route was in oharge of  his brother.  ���������NOTICE  Practical newspaper and Court  Stenograper, holding Pitman certificates under examinations of  the Isaac Pitman Shorthand >  (' Teachers Association for theory,  80, 100 and 120 words a minute,  is prepared to take pupils for high  speed shorthand auring the winter months. Apply R. Q\ Soruton,  A L.A.A ,* Box 38, Crestou.  ,  Money makes Money  Yetsr nta-ni"? felll ww* wStSs you  ettap N tuned at geed tatarest,  &nfl you can find saf0 and satis-  netM*y bocr&tmm -by P&euig a  tnoaay-tfr-iaan ad. la our Class!*  Had Want cetartms. A first  RWri-rjafja Is as safe as a bank  meowiaisrasl is fa-tea ssetg*  ���������������,>���������������������<>'  . ������������������������������ ��������� ���������������  The Review now has a'lavge stocli.of  .various'kinds of Letterheads and Envelopes, also Ladies' Visiting Cards.     Call  and give us ycur order for Fall Stationery. ,-* ,  Musio.-rMiss   Johnson, is, prepared ,-to.,  ���������" take a limited number of pupils for, .  tuition ia sons!:*.   For terms apply t*s'  J. K. Johnson, residence on Yictoria  Avenue.  province have notified the secretary of  their intention to have representatives ' Christmas Tree and Christmas Day  at the meeting.   The managers of Fruit j       collections     12 80  Growers'  Associations from the entire  J. W. Bennett, editor of the Fernin  Ledger, passed through Oreston on  Tuesday last on his way to Fernie. Mr,  Bennett has beon spending hiB Christ-  mae vacation with his family at Revel-  dtoko. ,  For Solo.���������820 acres of crown*granted  excellent Frnit Land on Kootonay Luke.  Lot 013. Apply, C. P. Hill, Hillorost  Mines, Alberta, 16-tf  W. J. Athorton, foreman of tho  Michel Reporter, returned to the coal  oity on Tuesday, aftor having spent  ChriBtmas with his parents.  Havo yon got a tioket yot for tho  naddlo raffle at Sum Hatfield's ? If not,  drop in nnd pro tho saddle at Sam Hatfield's pool rooms,  province will present their views and  the requirements of their districts.  Technical advice as to the required kind  of packing will be renderedby Buoh expert  packers as Mr. Berkley, of Vernon, and  Mr. Gibb, of Kelowna, who are in  charge of the fruit packing schools for  the department this year. With the  other managers oi Frait Growers' Associations, Mr. Drnmmond of 'the local  exchange, has undertaken to give his  assistance in the determination of the  right solution of the problem.  This meeting, representing aB it does  the entire province, will have addition*  al importance in this respect, because  those preHont will be asked to decide on  the names of four delegates to represent  this province at the Dominion Frait  Conference at Ottawa next December.  ������>'.������,������ ��������������������������������������� ������ ��������� ������ ��������� ��������� ������ ��������� 0 ���������;������ ���������>'*>'��������������� ������'��������� ���������'  Carload of Brackman -& Ker'a National and dairy chop at Creston Mercantile Oo  " Meals at all honrs at the Wigwam  Cafe on Fourth St., a short distance  from Sam Hatfield's pool room.  Flannelette, one yard wide, 12}������ bents,  C. C-S.  ' See tho new ad. of the Wigwam Cafe  in this issue. Mr. E. F. Piatt opened  tbis new short order restaurant on Wednesday, Deo. 21st.  Services Next Sunday.  A good Stock Saddle is bolng  raffled at Sam Hatfield's, The  saddle is worth $45, being brand  new. Tickets at 60o. eaoh oan be  obtained at Sam Hatfield's Pool  Room. Tho raffle will take place  during the Xmas week: Fov fnr*  ther particulars call on Sam Hat-  ilold. Don't fall to take a chance  on this raffle  Cbsiroh of England  In the New Sohool House���������Deo.  25fch, Christmas Day. Matins,- Holy  Oommnnion, 11 a,m.;Sohoolhonse at  Eriokson.f8 p.m.; Evensong and Sermon  7.80 p.m.    Snnday Sohool 8 p.m;  Pnaw O Uxyuav ,Vicar.  IWigwam Cafe  Opened   WEDNESDAY,   Dec.   21st  First,~ Class Short  Order  Restaurant  ���������aji**������M*<Bqw^ao*CTS^pw^  Meals at all Hours. Ladies are iuyited to bur Afternoon  Teas, whioh we make a speoiolty of. Onr Cooking ia  Superb.      NO CHINESE HELP ON THE PREMISES  E. F. PLATT, Prop.  v*;$f  tMwtmumtm  MIbs L. M. Soott, Trained Nurse, of  Rathwell hospital, Manitoba, is ready  for engagements of any kind, Maternity  a specialty. Apply Miss L. M. Soott,  general delivery, Moyie, B, O.  Ring np phone Np. 85, Ed. F. Johnson  when you need an experienced plumber,  Presbyterian Church  Sorvioes will be held in the Pwsby-  fcerbva Church ca Sunday sost.   Mcrs������  ingservioo.ll a.m.;   Evening sorvloe,  7.80 p.m.   Sunday school at 2.80 p.m.  Yon aro oordlally invited to  join onr  Bible Olass. V  S. H, SAnKWBUH, P*stor.  SENDmYqWR  ' Va'y'a.Ia ���������  ���������  ���������  HAS REMOVED  HAS REMOVED  Methodist Church  Sorvloos on Snnday next: Sorvioo  at 11 a.m., Suuday 8ohool land Bible  Olass at 9*80 p.m. t Evoning Servioe,  7.00;:"p.m, ';���������  F J RuTfittnFonu, pastor  NpTlOElTO: CREDITORS. .  Notloe is heroby given that Joseph  William Carver, of thn town of Creston,  In the> Province of British Oolumbla,  harness ��������� and imploment merchant, has  made an Bssignmeut to me in trust for  hiscredltora, ������������������-"       Xx.y \xxyy;.:yyyy\  A mooting of the said oredltors will  bo hold a* my offloo at thetown'of  Oroiton aforesaid, on Wednesday Gie  28ib day of Deoomber, A<D. 101,0, at 2  o'olockm tho sftorqooh to reoeive statement of affairs, appointment ot inspectors, nnd for, giving; dlrpotlonv lor the  disposal of the assets, eto.t r  Orodtto'rs are renu*uted to file their  claims, duly veriaea, with mo en or before the day of such mooting, niter  whioh date I shall proooed tn distribute  tho assots oi; the estate*, having regard  only to those olnims, iof which I ������ltaU  then have rooolved notico. A  v..--'r-'���������"iMHLiJrit OKELL, Aflsigneo  TTi .1* '  Melnon ;.anld Dltitrlet���������Dlstrletot x / "  West Kootenay / ,i ^ y  Take Notico sixty dny������ Afterdate, 1, itmsl*  Ino Whlto Liodgo, Wirtow.'tutcnxl to apply u>  tno Chief Commlfioloncr of laade anil works  for rormlwilou to purohanu th* roUowlnc d������*> >  orlbod laudu In we8t-KOot4jiiay.   .   ��������� . * i*  . Commenolnirat a poat planted at the R.K.  corner of lot 7717, tbonuo uouth  40  ohalup,  thonoo wfiHt 40 olialJiB, tlionwi nortb 40 ebains,   A  thonoo oartt 40 chalim to point 01 oommuttot*.  uient, contftlning 100 aorea more or In*.    .  Dated tbis Uth day, ���������ol'jHont.^> WW --.x-r y... .  1W0II;'-. XX-yXXAXX ;,"'Vy.������*erUobt. Laurlo, Af eat YX  A ':XXfiXjyX' XSyXx X X-X. Y.V 'i Xx ':ix 'x Xx. ��������� ;'y;  ���������l^bmen^ ;.^0iSsi  ORESTON WOME^"^RE FINDWa  RELIEF AT LAST  I The Stock of Tin and Enamel Ware  t  i  OF  ED.   F.  JOHNSON  TINSMITH  ;  AND ; PLUflBER J  Has boon removed from tlio formor location on Sirdar Avontui a  to tho storo balldlutf ovjupled  hy T. J. Crawford on Fourth ^  Ills stook Is obUtltiod from ono of tho most reliable* firms, and ���������  he will bo pleased to show you ovor his various auHortmontn. ^  _    Fourth Street - Phone No. 85 ^  4'Pnak  +/+*W**AA*^SAAA+*^^  Billiards and Pool  jnjnjT)  Room  <****KtK  iSSIOBl  Cigars and Cigarettes  Hot or Cold Baths  At Any Hour  Razors Ground and See  ���������MM*  ^**\   A   %..J|    I    I'   aw*pw| SMvi     |Hk      It^  itteaslly nialntitlnod.VtReod of a,  y for kidnoys only that helps hrid]  the kldnoy*i;AA a:'7 fp/iA^AyXA y  xxy&ytiM  ,u:,yx^M4>yx  yxmim  ���������Mtx^miw  Mktf&A-'M.  A.^M  :,���������������  -.. ,-��������� ,-- Y'^xy,  xxyy:xy'y&A  ,,--���������  ���������.- ,������������������-.:,,.., .v., I,,..,...,..,,,-.,. yAAA}Ayyf0i^  ��������� It, doos soem tnMi'.'*wbin'������n Anave: thore V^^^^^>;^j  than a fair share of the aohps and pains . xXyxyvyy  up,'' ninst nttenA to, dntlos Jn spite of 'a,/*, . ���������  constantly aohlng bucks, ��������� or hondachtisi  diiisy spells, boaring'down pains i v tljoy  innHt stoop over when to'^stoop'-'.-m'enns^l'i^Y^"^^  torture. ���������':"They mtist walk and bond1 wa^yAiA^X'A' *l  work with vnoUiug ipitins :nnd--;|mnu,f..'--i;;.^v--'i-;-;!5i,'',-:.:--i,'.  .nohos'fromikldney-ills. ;AKldnoy������;/ea'ti������*lS-''vJA;^;:ftl^  move rafferlhR'tuan'Any;ot^^^ '    "     '*  tbo b ;)dy,' Koop tho Icidtioys A woll and'  Imnlthi       " ' "    ���������    -   - -  YQm'ody  cures the  Mrs. Kdwiird OalWob'd,;of!l88,!S. Harold  ���������stvoot, Fort WllliltinVOut i says:  ���������������I salfered with dull, mlsorablo pains,  HovvnoirH nwoss tiiy brick back and in my  Hldon, for niontbs; : 'Jhoy would oatoh  >,  mo so badly at times that I oonld sonroo-   .  ly movo around.' V Tho kidnoy swMMdfli-vft  hud alio beiiu otti lioavy color uml'cbu*  tnliMul n'so'-ulmont.   Thon, I would havo  dlajjy Bpon������ and altogothor, folt gonor������  ally ruu down.   Aftor unlng a number  ol, rmnedlns  witboat lludiug, i'ello!,   X  l������������rn������id,of Hoith'������ Kidney Pills and aiii  pleiiHOd to Hny, found tlioin nu oxoellous A  remody.   Thoy liiive'i'oH'ov'od mo of the  iniBorablo pains and .soronesH in my Imok  and havwnloo ourcd bf my othor Icldnoy  trouble.M   ���������       r"iy.,> ��������� ��������� . ���������'.x,,.: y .���������;,..,. ������..^.  Ito* iAle'in;Orastoifi"by Oreston 'Dnif;'v*^'C;h* ^'4,  6������d. RcokOo. /Mobt'by diiaiut'SY'Piici'-'7'':'-l!':,'Vv'^  Mosnts. .The K\W Booth '.QoAlA&iyxx .Jij^.  iortikiw, uut., ������o*i* Cuuauuiai*H������*ut*.      ..   A,,,-^,  '%'/���������  ..'A-W-l  Hi ii<i������n���������iypi(m|->iii'i-|iiiiiiiiii;y runiif it  ^^..^^^^������M.������ua������^i������������to^ta^JIU.>^^.y.r^.t.-y.n^^,^....^..-TT *t-.,  ^���������n---T-r---nTiriw-������������������������i������i^j������|l������-wi������iirr;T-r--riVMl������iilli(i|(iiir<ni|)li|iW)   ),!...ii...,ii   |i.n

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