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 Bmm  M  ss  mm  c ���������'��������� .-.<-,".??���������; a:  ������&i  sgSEE/s!  mm  3ift!i  ���������few  &3 swa*-       'fc  5 V. ^������������^^p|^pf^YV.YYAY'yY  ^^Sjioa^  g^HE^WS-fllSiai  .of the CRESTON  DISTRICT  tvitvv  rSE%roM'iVAY^  I  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY,  MARCH 3, 1911  Single Copies 5c.  few.  Our Spring  Stock of  ^  J  HASARRIVED  cflnd consists of newest patterns and shades  IN  Prints at .15 cents per yard. Muslins at .15 cents per yard.  Ginghams .15 cents per yd. Galateas .15 and .20 per yard.  \ All guaranteed fast color  '      *       % i '  CrTTT^T-~-���������f���������'���������.������ ������������������ maiuMwaw  Also a line of Embrojdery,   Laces,   Lawns and Nainsook  LADIES BLOUSES AND CORSETS  General Merchant  &  WO(pG)oi  Phone No, 52 Creston* B. C,   X?  , Uommttnicaiton  Tho Editor, Creston Review.  Dear Sir: Regarding the small bird  that, is inhabiting some of the business  blocks here,, and about which* there appears to b9 some difference of opinion, I  would like to say that personally I have  always ith^ngnfc that ^taese birds were;  ths seal E������������|!sh Sparrow,.,.and I think'  'it is ���������ibanc twelve months ������V more since  I fti-st bronght thie matter;?'to your Vafc-  ������tentionineohyersataonT o> " .:-'--,��������� '-"'-  At the same time we should dp well  A io remember that we Ii^re liese a,, bird,  native to the country,' .very- similiar' in  size and appearancetotheEnglish.'Sparrow. I am not snfflqienjly^well -versed  in bird lore to distinguish the two. The  was^&f^own5 to~hejasi  Columbia 'several        ^-       -  ^*r  ^&f  of the lack of a more formidable foe. A  bounty should be offered for each bird  killed and a sum of mon?y raised by  subscription to meet tbis. I shall be  pleased to contribute my few dollars to  snch a fund in the event of this sugges-  being adopted. *-'"'  VYEhmking yon for this opportunity, I  am, Sir. etc.,      Guy Lowenberg.  'Oreston; B. G., February 25th, 1911.  %At Home"  English, Spaxrow,  f ar wes^asyBritish  KOW W1US Scoy buoina-injr ixoSSvp-XTvaipg^iiw  thftt a specimen" should be captared and  definitely identified; ' If they are the  English Sparrow, I agree with you' and  Mr.Heath that too prompt action cannot  be taken". A judicious spreading of Bird  Lime on the particular������. parts of the  buildings they usually, settle on will  work wonders. I suggest that this national enemy should be turned over to  our Boy'Scouts for destruction, in view  K.ofP/s Anm/a^  . The Annual "At Home" of the K P.  Lodge was ne'd on Monday evening last  in .the Speers Hall. Progressive whist  and dancing wore the order of the even-  iusTv, The first ladies' prize in the whist  tournament was won by Mjss McGillivary while Mrs. Burton carried off the  bpojne prize. The ������i$^gents' prjjge was  wcsl by -Al-'Oockrell.,while Ed..Grady  walked home with the boobie prize. The  music was good, being provided by Mrs.  Foster as pianist, while F: J Smy the of  Moyie handled the fiddle with t great  effect. During the evening delicate eatables were in evidence in abundance.  The guests numbered about 125 and  great credit is due the committee of the  K.P.'s who had the managemenc of this  entertainment. ' '  ..   .  Rev. F. J. Rutherford returned home  on Sunday last from Victoria where he  went to attend the meeting - of the  Orange Grand Lodge. Mr. Rutherford  says that in all respects the convention  was a grand success.  Mr and Mrs. J. McPeak have moved  into the residence on Victoria Avenue  next to the Methodist Ohurch which is  owned by R. M. Reid.  ,Y>i* ' '      '  Now is the time to  make arrangements for that bath room.    Call, and  ' interview Ed. F. Johnson-the plumber  J   M. Barton came iu.,last  to visit his- family.  Cranbrook on Snnday last.  Saturday  He  returned Yo  CRESTON DYE  WORKS'  cDyeing and Steam-cleaning  If you have any goods mibicb hafoe lost color and are good enough to  be dyed, ony color you <wish, let us DYJS THEM for you. Dress  goods or SUITS can be DYED here at a slight cost/bill he mADE  htook LIKE SNiEW* We GUcffRcANTEE OUR WORK in this  Une, Dont delay, as your work 1s ahead of others if brought at  once to.  Creston Clothing House,  i PhorteMpCresion, B. C.       ,  The BiblQ Class social given last Fri-'  day evening- afc the manse' by Rev:  and  Mrs. Sarkissian was a "decided success  Some 16jguestg.we^present'and Bvirio&t  pleasant evening was spent.   * '      'J   "v  Masquerade Ballon the 17th of'March.  We are prepared to make masquerade  costumes for this occasion/ Call and  give us your order early at the Creston  Clothing House.Glenn "Wisler. Phone84.  Tho Rev P. C. Hayman, is probably  enjoying more good look with his chickens, than many of the ranohers. Mr]  Hayman has in all 23 birds, and has had  egg 9 all Winter. During Fobruary his  hens produced 281 eggs. One'large double yoke egg is now on view at the Review Office, and is quite a curiosity with  its thick shell. The Rev. gentleman  says' Oreston is an ideal location for  chicken raising, and he believes in a  liberal use of oyster shell.  The Weather  Minimum temperature and Bnowfall  for February,-1911.  Snow  Min.  Tern. F.  Feb.  1 80  2.(Min. rain).22  S.  4.  ?���������  ���������!:  8.  .9.  10.  11.  12.  13.  14.  .2.  .19  .24  .26  .26  .20  .28  .26  .28  .28  .29  .26  .82  Feb.  15..  16..  1'7..  18..  19..  20..  21..  22..  23..  Snow  Min.  Tem. F.   22   13  John Becker has launched out into  cnicken ranching. He has already over  100 chickens and intends to increase  that' number to several hundred. After  supplying the local market he will ship  eggs to various points. Mr. Becker has  already had some experience in raising  chickens and feels confident that Creston is admirably suited to chicken  ranching. It is hoped that more people  will follow Mr. Becker's example in this  matter, as the egg market along this  Grow line with the numerous mines and  camps of various kinds, to say nothing  24 10 of the many flourishing towns, is prac-  .24  .IS  .20  .16  .12  .13  25.  26.  27.  .14  .18  .1  . 6  Devon Stanch, Oreston, Feb. 28,1911.  , From the above weather sopors it will  be seen that tho coldest day in February,  was 6 above zero.  tically unlimited.  For Sale.���������320 acres of crown-granted  excellent Fruit Land on Kootenay Lake,  Lot 913. Apply, C. P. Hill, Hillcrest  Mines, Alberta 15-th  Chas. Faas, President of the Creston  Mercantile Company, this week sold ont  his interest in the Creston Mercantile  Store to Mr. T. J Crawford, for a sum  which while not made public, is known  to be a large aaioans. v SJr. T. J, Crawford, the new partner in the Creston  Mercantile Company, is so stranger in  Creston having been in business in the  district for many years. He is a keen  business man and at the same time a  general favorite with the public and  there is no doubt that by his identifying  himself with ihe Mercantile Oompany  as a partner, he will be a strong factor  in the further building np of this already  large business. Mr. Chas. Faas, the retiring partner, hit on Monday last for  Spokane, after which he will proceed to  the coast; after visiting there a short  time he will go east and will likely en.  gage in mining in the Cobalt Distriot.  Chas. Faas and W. H. Orawford came  to CreBton some twelve years ago and  started business. Later on thay formed  the Oreston Mercantile Company which  business, under their careful guidance,  has become a large concern, and has  jnstly won the title ot the "Departmental Store" cf the distriot. t  ���������X This store carries one of the largest  stocks of general-merchandise-found  anywhere in the Kootenays.    '"  -    Xi\i,i icrncn,'*xir&cruvjrri *"������������������**���������<-  Special emergency meeting' of the  the Creston-Erickson Rifle Association  will be held in the Mercantile Hall on  Tuesday, March 7, at 8 p.m. All members and intending members please be  present.   Business;- Important.  A ppec'al meeting of the Farmers' Institute will be held in tho  old sohoolhonse on Saturday, the  4t'*> day of March, inst., at 8 p.m.  Business: Incorporating of 'the  Farmers' Institute. Every mem*  ber is requested to bo in attendance. ,  ��������� ������ ��������� ������ ��������� ������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  The Ladies- Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Chnroh have purchased pews for  the ohuroh and now bavo on hand some  thirty substantial chairs .which oan be  purchased cheaply by applying to the  Rev. S. H. Sarkissian.  Meals at ail hours at the Wigwam  Cafe on Fourth St., a short distance  from Sam Hatfield's pool room.  Glenn Wisler trade a business trip to  Canyon Oity this week and reports  things flourishing in that burg.  Have von tried tho "Rising Sun"  flour at tbe Cheap Onoh Store. T. D.  Bnnee.  In onr last issue in tho report of the  leotnro delivered by M. S. Middleton on  nursery stock and planting, by a typographical error lt was stated that baddod  stock should bo planted 14 to 16 inches.  It Bhottld havo road 4 to 0 inches. :  \ The efcssr which had strayed into an  Indian's herd, and of which particulars  were given in notices posted by Cons-  inii>��������� vthuS, ������m^s .jo^n ascertained*. *-o do-  long tp Ike Lewis.  Mrs. F. E. Hurrey left on Sunday last  for Nelson whero she will probably enter  tha hospital for treatment. Mr -Hurre'V'  accompanied her to Nelson.  For Kent.���������IOO acres of Issd suitable  for Dairy. Poultry and Hog Farming  situated within \% miles of five large  MineB. House. Barn, etc. , EaBy terms.  Apply O. P. Hill. Hillcrest Mines, Alberta. 15-tf  Dr. Henderson went to ^(elson on  Snnday last and returned on Tuesday.  On Sunday last, February 26th.,  Christ Churoh Creston was dedicated by  the Rev. P. O. Hayman, Vicar. The  services during the day were well attended, and at which appropriate and well  known hymns were heartily ��������� sung. At  tho close of Evensong, Mr. Chas. Moore  rendered a very sweet solo  A. Smith; Paying Teller at the Canadian Bank of Commerce, while coasting  abont a weak ago, injured his leg, since  then nasty ^symptoms have appeared.'  He is now .taking speoial treatment, and  we hope he will'make a speedy resoveryl  As predicted by the Review a.  some weeks ago, tbe Provincial 7  Government has modified the f  compulsory vaccination order in Z  the Province, as the following ������  despatch will show:  Victoria, Bt. C, Feb 28.���������Hon.  Dr. Young, Provincial Secretary,  today proposed an amendment to  the Health Act to the effect that  I vaccination shonld not be oompoi-  I sory on any one who wonld swear  ��������� that they had conscientious ob-  I  jections to it.  " Clifford C. McLeod, formerly assistant  agent at Oreston and now of Moyie, has  been appointed station agent at Galloway Station.  Have you seen the assorted stock of  Enamel ware at Ed. F. Johnson's hardware store on Fourth St. ? If not drop in  and inspect for yourself.  O. P. Wisler has a crew of men at  work in his pole camps at Erickson.  24>s.   F.   -I.   "Putherford and     little,  daughter,  Margaret, are now visiting  relatives  at Kerwood,   28 miles from  London, Ont. A  PIANO.���������Now at railway station near  Creston, will be sacrificed for $250  cash. Never been used. Lady unable  to keep it.���������Apply in first instance  Mrs. A. G. MusiGEAai, 2040, Columbia  street, Vancouver, B.C.  J. T. Burgess, C P.R. agent at Batch- ?>  eneW has been transferred to a similiar '  position at Sirdar.  Owing to the pressure on onr advertising olnmns this week the   school -  reports are unavoidably held over till -  next week's issue.        ' -    ��������� < <*  No. 1 and No. 2 lath, Briok, lime,  cement, comfort, tar and building paper  at the" Creston Mercantile Company..  --'i  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������#������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.  i**M*Aii-*'xx.  . *  - -  " " 2X  :l%\  .r-yru  Ladies' *������d Children's Costumier  i  Victoria Avenue  Opposite IVIetliGdist Church  Costumes   -   Suits   -   cFfcbes  Waists, Novelties & Underwear of all descriptions  Terms Hoderate  *���������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������# i  Saved I  ��������� ���������  Your Spring and Summer suit, should be a tailor made, to your fit,    We  ^   ������ow tlie styl&s for 1911, aud au   *5norni5us line of samples. | Suits tailored  i  $15 to $36 and are guaranteed for six months wear.   We are pleased  our samples, whether you wish to purchase or uot.  to  have  from  show  WE WILL GIVE) A; SUIT THIS WEEK FOR 50c  Wliich the lucky person will get when the $25 worth oi tickets have been sdld, on  advertising our famous <{Art suits."   The lowest person will get a $7.50 pair of  '���������trousers.."        . -   '������������������ .  SEE WISLER FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS at the  thjFcr^^  PHONE NO. 84.  ������������������������������������++4**++4+*******������+������**������4+#^  ���������  cAND StfQmRTSrFw^ QuaLtty  ALSO  cA Car of &(&. t Oats, and Flatted Oats  And Good Quality Wheat  v^?;vQ(||  :f\-n-  ton Mercanti!  IV  ;.'"������������������������'I  Ul.  Xyx--ixy:y'x:y}: .n-h  'VI"���������������������������i.l!'.,."-'.-.<-V'i.,|-l.^*i'.f feiJ.L  ^Silklmimkmmmmlmmmm*^^  :AAAXA.: ^yXxiXXy  -, -'������������������'��������� ... <y. .���������'���������     tf. '  L'-'^.*j!..::J!lii.'.:.^f.!f!!ilJ'.^'- xx^y^^yyyyyyxyy^i.  it -  ISlPf^  ;THEi'ORESTOK|#Bvv:G  :.-t|-.-.:  anHlvum  ������V*  A SHABBY BSSHlTABfi  ori-czema  By Cuticura Remedies  "The Cuticura treatment has absolutely cured me and family of eczema  which I, my wife and two-year-old  child had for eight months. It started  'with small pimples on the head of my  child which gradually broke out in  .-sores, and it was not long before I  ���������and my wife got the same. Our heads  'were one mass of sores, we could not  , sleep and the itching was terrible.  ;We suffered for eight months. We  | tried different kinds of ointments and  | medicine but it did us no good and  ,BOon it began to break out on our  ibodies until a friend who had the  ieame trouble told me about Cuticura  >of which I used two sets of Cuticura  Soap, Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Resolvent, and I was surprised.  'After the first few days our heads  ���������began to heal and in two months we  were absolutely cured of this terrible  eczema."  (Signed) Eugene Potthoff,  581 Ralph St^ Brooklyn, N.Y.  No stronger evidence than this coold be  given of the success and economy of the  Cuticura Remedies In the treatment of  torturing, disfiguring humors of the skin  and scalp, of infants, children and adults.  iSold throughout; the world. Send to Pot-  ;ter Drug <fc Chem. Corp., Boston. U. S. A.,  for free 32-page Cuticura book on treat-  meat oi skin and sosip dissaset.  a  DR. WiNTEHS  Cures all chronic diseases. Write  him. His valuable advice will  cost you nothing.  BOX 215.       NEW YORK CITY.  Duke of Norfolk Is the Worst Dressed  Man  In England.  "The worst dressed man in England!" That is what they all say of  j the Duke of Norfolk, and yet "this  j man, the laughing stock of the tail-  ors. is Hereditary Earl Marshal, and  I -will be manager of ceremonies at the  J coming coronation, as he has been at  j all royal-functions for years past.  He  will prescribe where each per-  J son shall sit,   and   what   each   shall  j wear, even to the color of the clothes,  the   feathers in   the   hair,   and   tno  j amount of the decolletage.  j     All the   duke's   official   duties   as  | premier    peer    are V associated   with  I pomp and costume, yet he positively  j glories   in his   shabbinesa: when   off  l duty,   and  many Aa  tale  he  tells   of  the experiences when his clothes have  caused him to be mistaken for what  he is   not.    From . his   watch   chain  dangles a sixpence which he proudly  displays as "the first and only money  he  ever  earned."    Being  noticed  by  a lady in a railway,ystation, he   was  taken for a hard*up porter and bundled off to call a cab.    He gratefully  accepted the sixpenny bit which was  offered, for that coin gives   him   an  excuse to tell the story.  On another occasion   in   Rome   he  was taken for one of Cook's men and  had to help carry an American's luggage.    He V hoped   for    another    six-  | pence, but got none, and was mightily  ! displeased.     He   has   been   ordered,  j when   acting as marshal   in   hia un-  I conventional  garb  to  get out  of the  j way ol his own carriage, and to cap  1 it all, he was mistaken for the chief  ; undertaker at Queen Victoria's   funeral.   .  .  But when it came to take part in  the great Roman Gatholic procession  in London in 1908, the duke in all  his robes of office escorted Cardinal  Vannuteili through the London  streets, for he is England's foremost  Roman Catholic peer. In fact, he is  sometimes called the unofficial ambassador of the Vatican at the Court  ofVSt. James, and his influence, 'tis  said, had much to do with the  changes in the accession oath.  The duke is one of England's richest men, having an income of $7,500.-  000 from London holdings alone.   He  owns 50,000 acres of the fairest coun-  j trv-side  in all Great Britain.    Arun-  j del Castle, the   great   feudal   estate.  I has  been  improved to the extent of  i $5,000,000*   since   he   has   held   it���������he  ] inherited the title at the age of thir-  ; teen.     The   neighborhood   was   once  ! the home of Alfred the Great, and the  ���������j castle has been the home of Norfolk's  \ family since the   Anglo-Sason   days,  I long before William the Conqueror's  i time.'.  I     Norfolk's title  as  premier   of    the  ! twenty-eight    dukes    dates    back    to  1483. "the^present   holder   being   the  fifteenth of the line.  WliS������WCg OF OIL CAW gUSViBNATEO->ALL BEARiS^S HAVE COMPRESSION GREASE CUP.  I   ��������� t���������; ���������   "Now, be careful, sir, in your answer, and remember you are upon  oath," said the cross-examining counsel, who was trying all he knew to  confuse the witness. "You swear that  at-that particular dinner the defendant was under the influence of alcohol."  "I don't do nothink o' the kind,'"  responded the ��������� witness, quickly. "'E  worn't under anything except the  table when I see 'im, and that I stick  to!"  His   Failure  "I did-hope for <m artistic career,",  said, the disappointed-looking jinun,  1 "but I met with difficulties I could  i.ot conquer. What I needed was atmosphere."     .-'    . ���������  "I see;.the same old trouble. What  were you���������an author of a painter r"  "Neither; I was learning to play  the'."'trombone,"'but I was' naturally  short of breath."  IMPOVERISHED  BLOOD  ;  Waiter (to cook)���������"George; gent in  No. 3 says as his potatoes-ain't good.  Says as they've all got black eyes in  Jem."   ��������� ���������������������������    ..  George���������"Bedad, thin it's no fault  o* mine; the spalpeens "must have  been foighting after I put 'em in the  pot!"  !,.'���������' His other titles are vetv numerous,  I and to them are attach*^ strange  r perquisites. As Butler of Ensrland. h'e  is entitled to the thing's table cloth  and a goblet of solid gold. As Marshal he could claim the King's palfrey  after the coronation, if palfreys were  fashionable. -      :  'Altogether, this, extraordinary man  has in his sixty-rthree years played  many parts, for in addition to performing all his strange duties he has  found time to serve as a soldier in  the Boer war, and as Postmaster-  General  in  the British Cabinet.  K0^  step������ con������ha, ourcmeolds, heals  throat and   luni>-  ��������� ������8 cents.  Perhaps some pooplo talk incessantly in order to disguise the fact that  they have nothing to say.  Many mothers have reaflon to foleaa  Mother G raves' Worm Exterminator he-  cause it had relieved tbe little ones of  Buffering and made thorn healthy.  A Common and Dangerous  Trouble���������Yqu Must jsn-  rich the  Blood to  Escape Danger  Anaemia is simply a lack of blood.  It is one of the most cc mmon and at  the same time most dangerous diseases with which growing girls suffer.  It is common because tlie blood so  often becomes impoverished during  'development, 'when.' girls arc too frequently allowed to over-study, overwork and suffer from a lack of exercise, it is .dangerous ..because 'or.-'ihc  stealtlfiness. of its approach, often  being well developed before its presence is recoghized, and becauaeof its  tendency to grow so steadily worse,  if not promptly checked;7 -that it may  run into  consumption.        V      *  The value of the tonic treatment  with Dr. Williams* Pink Pills should  be known to every mother in Vthe  land. These fills make new,. rich  blood, tone the organs and nerves,  bring a plow of health to palei sallow checks, and drive away the  weakness, headaches, f.aintncs's, heai't  palpitation and loss of energy so noticeable in young girls who'are suffering from anaemia. To all such  Dr. Williams' PinkYPills are an actual life saver. Miss Mabel McTav-  ish, Prince Albert, Sask., says: "In  my case I can only say that life had  lost its magic;Vail work was a trial,  and even pleasure only,a task. When  I wesit up a flight of sttfirs I ywas  ready to drop from sheer weakness,.  and* I had begun to think life would  be a continual burden. But all this  is now changed, thanks to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. These were recommended to me, and after taking  them for about a: month I found my  health renewed, I could sleep better, my appetite returned, and I was  so strong and well that housework  was no longer a burden to ine. My  sister seemed to be going the same  way last summer and Dr: Williams'  Pink Pills were at once A sent for and  two boxes,-made her as ^ell as.ever.  Dr. Williams' Pink PillsVaire now the  prized medicine in odrV;home, and  doctor billshave'been Viewer since we  discovered the virtues'/, of V this great  medicine.", yyy.YYAY.VV  Sold  '��������� by A all, medicine 'dealer's or  sent - by  mail  at  50  cents;" a  box7 or  six boxes for $2.50 ^from Tbe Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockviiie, Ont  CURED IN ONE MONTH  If every /woman, who has /Kidney  or Bladder trouble, could go* to Davis-  ville, Ont., and talk to Mrs. A. Simpson, they would do just as she did���������  take Gin Pills and cure themselves.  "For 14 or 15 years I had Kidney or  Bladder trouble, suffering at times intense pain. I doctored continually  but nothing gave' me permanent relief  until I wns persuaded to try Gin  Pills'.  " Within a-couple of days I received great rolief. ond after taking one  box was completely  cured."  Mrs. A. Sinipson.  Write National Drug and Chemical  Co., (Dept. N.U.), Toronto, for free  sample. 50 cents a box* 6 boxes for  $2.50 at all dealers, 141  You hardly ever know why you like  people; you always know why you  don't.  WHEN IT COMES TO  PAPER BAGS and  MATCHES  We  are   everywhere .with ths    standard ses^a,  Paper and   batches are sue- specialties.  Let 'us  Knew your want*���������<we'il d������ the rait.  Tfae������.B-EddyCo.Ltd  HULL, CANADA (^0^mm^  TERS It  PCRaSE, LIMITED, Agent������0 Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton.  Retina, Fart William and Port Arthur.  *'I sow you kiss sister last night."  "Did  you   bobby?    Hero's  a quar  ter for  you."  ''Thanks.   And    then    I  kins the maid in the hall.'  "Great Scott! Here's five dollars!"  saw    you  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper  Teacher (reading)���������-"Then the girl  warrior faced the mocking foe nnd  ������������������unsheathed her deadly weapon, Whnt  does that mean, children?" "Well,  Tommy?"  "Please ma'am, I think it means  ehe stuck out hor tongue."  A 50-cent bottle of  Scott's Emulsion  given in half-teaspoon  doses four times a day,  mixed in its bottle, will"  last a year-old baby nearly a month, and four bottles over three months,  and will make the ibaby  strong and well and wili  lay the foundation for a  healthy, robust boy or  girL  wan. sals mr axa nmuoowra  Carlile's Trombone.  The founder of the Church Army,  Prebendary Cf-rlile, who was recently  received by King George, tells an  nmusing story about one of the open-  air brass band processions which  paraded London, headed by Mr.. Car-  lile with a trombone. Robed in his  surplice, the rirebendary left the procession���������which was a New Year'3 Eve  parade���������from time' to time and entered the numerous public ho\i������<>s passed on the road. In one public house;  a man seized the prebendary's trombone and told him he should have  it back if he would play a tune. On  his reply that he waa too tired, a toll,,  clean-shaven man volunteered to play  instead. Calling out, "Hats off, gen.  tlemen!" he played "God Save the:  King." The musician then took AMr.  Carlile's cap and passed it round,  collecting 5s. in a very few moments.  The cap. collection, and trombone  wero then returned to Mr. Carlile,  who departed well satisfied to have  raised something for the Church  Army Telief work in this unconventional way.  He was her "very best young  man," and she was doing all she  could'to encourage him. Y  "Did you know," he asked, "that I  passed your house last evening?"    :y  "Of course I did." she answered,  promptly. "Did you think I wouldn't  know your step?" * Y:  And the young man grew thoughtful and grave, for he had passed in  a cab. "���������  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That  is  LAXATIVE'BROMO QUININE.   Look for the signature of E. W.  GROVE.     Used   the   World   over   to  Cure a Cold in One Day.   25c.  -.'...When a wonian wants to get out  and do things for the world it's a sign  there's a lot more to do at home.  The Boweli Must Act Healthily.���������In most  ailments the first: care ot the medical  man is to see that the bowels are open  and fully performing their functions.  Parmelee'8 Vegetable Eills are so compounded that certain ingredients in them  act on the bowels solely and they are the  very best medicine- available to produce  healthy action of the bowels. Indeed,  there is no other specific so serviceable  in keeping the digestive organs in healthful action  Oh! that mine; eyes might closed be  To what concerns me not to see;  That deafness might possess mine ear  To what concerns me not to hear;  That truth my tongue might always  'tie '������������������"'xy  From ever speaking foolishly.  ���������Thomas Elwood���������1639.  Deafnes^ Cannot Be Cured  by local applications, aa they cannot reach the diseased portion or the ear. Ibere is only one way to  cure deafness, and tbat ia by constitutional remedies.  Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condition o( the  mucous lining Vol- tha Eustachian Tube. When this  tuba Is Inflamed you have a rumbllas sound or Imperfect hearing, wad when it is entirely closed. Desl-  ness is- the result, and uuieo *u������ iuusssBat'Cu ess be  Eaten out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed torerer: nine cases  but ot-ten art-caused by Cctarrh. which Is, nothing  but an inflamed'condition of the'mueous surfaces.  .��������� We wUl give One Hundred Dollars for, any case ot  ���������P^sffiesi {erased hy Q������t^7Tbi *ta*' a������n������ot ne cured  by Halt's Catena CureV Seai* Sor 6&cu!us. Srss.  F. J. CHBKXY * CO.. Toledo, a  Bold by Druggists. 76s.  Sfeke Hall'sTraaaUr mis for seastlpeliso.  ���������sad 10c* hm of paper sad this mi, for  ���������ur tNNwUfHl tUvipffs Bank and Child's hVcHrh-  ���������took;    Uacfc  iMUttK   oo*ui������s iiioos    mutt  SCOTT A BOWNC  1M WsMkii*** Mt������������t, W������*t     Tmtmtm. Oat,  W. U.  U.. Ns. 833.  Surprised the German.  General Sir Reginald Pole-Carew,  ���������who'haa been returned for, Bodmin,  in the recent British elections, rclatou  tho following story showing the energy ol the British soldier. A Gorman nttnehc in the South African  war was anrmr.pd at tho apoctnelo of  the British soldiers after a fight staggering into camp, but rushing instantly after a football which was  thrown on tho veldt. Tho German  attache said to tho general, "Well,  you are the most extraordinary poo-  {>lo in tho wholo civilized world. I  lave boori with your mon all day. I  know what they have dono. I know  thoy have had nothing to oat or  drink, and T know of no other troops  in tho world tliat would not hnva  boen lying down asloop. Tf wo could  do thia wo could conquer tho world I"  Studied In Tree-Tops.  Dr. Itylc, who hns Riven up tho  BiHhopric of Winchostor, worth $.30,-  000 a year, to become Dean of Westminster at a salary of $10,000, in a  fine Mtnmplc of rmifleular Chrintlan-  ity. Whon at Eton ho bocumo famous n������ a runner nnd jumper, and to*  dny finds chief recreation in walking,  toTinits-pluyinK. nnd mounlaincurlug.  As a lioy, too, ho was very fond of  climbing trees, nnd was often dnrina  onough to road his.books while snat������  **i in thn topmost branches. Ono day  he fell down from ono of Uipho eyrlwi,  nnd would havo boon killod had it  not hi������nr. for a cunhJo'ied neat at tho  foot of thn tree, which broko his fnii.  A quaint hobby of hi* in collecting  portraits of EranmuR, tho famous  Dutch scholar, of which ho is boliovod  to hnv" n greater numbor than any  other man living.  Many people have receding gums;  Eub Hamlins Wizard Oil on gums  and stop the decay; chase the diseasb  germs with a mouth wash ,of a few  drops to a spoonful of water.  Representative Nye, of Minnesota,  has much of the wit of his lamented  brother. Bill Nye, Himself a lawyer,  Representative Nye said at a lawyer's  banquet  in   Minneapolis:  "Lawyers have grand reputations  for energy and perseverance. A lad  snid to'hiB father one day:  " 'Father, do lawyers tell the  truth?"  " 'Yes, my boy,' the father answered. 'Lawvers will do anything to  win a caBci' "   -   . 1  "Captain,"   said  the  first mate   of  the good  ship  Cauliflower  while, the  Toronto Type Foundry Co., 1  CALGARY  WINNIPEG  REGINA  The largest Printers' Supply House in Canada.  We Carry in StocK Cylinder Presses, Job Presses,  Paper Cutters, Type and  Material.    Can  Fill  ������refers fer CsfSs^sfsf'5 Es??5l���������SSISSt* iy������-m nnf StArK.  We are the Largest Beady Print Publishers in  the West. We Publish Ready Prints from our  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses.      s      :  Nearest  Branch  For  DISTEMPERS  Pink "������ys������ EptuMfte,  """���������ting Fever*  atarrhai Fevwiw  Sure cure and positive preventive, no matter bow horses at any agfe are  infected or "exposed."   Liquid, given on the tongue", acts on the Blood and  Glands, expels the poisonous eerms from the bodr. Cures Distemper in Don  and Sheep, and Chplera in Poultry.  Largest selling live stock remedy. Cure*  La Grippe among human beings and is a fine kidney remedy.   50c and tt a  bottle; 86 and $11 a doxen.   Cut this.-out. Keep it.' Show it to yonr druggist. <  who will get it for you.   Free Booklet. "DUtemper, Causes and Cures."  DISTRIBUTORS���������ALL. WHOLESALE DRUGQI8T8   .-���������"   "  SPOHN MEDICAL CO* CfeMisto ui BicisrislsoUU.SOSElEfi.SS5WS.ajL  Anyway, you never see a man wearing his diamond collar button at the  back of his neck.  Whether the corn be ot old or new  growth.* it must yield to Holloway's Corn  Cure, the simplest and best cure offered  . Some men acquire wealth on such a  small' scale that they are locked up in  jail on account of it.  Minard's   Liniment  Cure   Diphtheria,  It takes a tailor-made    woman    to  .        . make  a  self-made  man  166k  like  a  storm was at its height, "the ship has  last year's bird's nest.  sprung a leak,  the water-tight -com-)         partments are full of water, and the  vessel is,going down. What shall w������i  do?" ' .,       .     V.y;  V: The gallant skipper's face blanched, but only for one-eighth of a second did. he lose his self-control.  "Don't .waste a moment," he replied, "j^repare at once an address  thanking me for my coolness tmd  heroism in the face of deadly and  overwhelming peril. Let not a boat  leave the ship's side until' every  man and woman has signed it." ���������  Try doubling     your    own    joy by  halving  another's sorrow.  A man enjoys comfort much more  than righteousness.  Shifohb Gum  ���������ntofctyvtov* epochs, ������wm ���������Qldik ������������������������������  There's  always  room at ,the  top���������  and still more at the bottom.  Self-control runs    the  well as the best race.  quickest' as  The proof of a bluffer is his failure  to make good.  One way to avoid the gout is to eat  at a stylish hoarding house.  The Rnyo Lamp Ic a high grade lamp, cold at a low prlci*  There are lamps thfct cost more, bnt there is no betUc'lamifiMade at any  Constructed of solid brass;   nickel plated���������easily be]  ornament  pri<*������.  WHITS,  UGHT  lonstraeted of solid brass;   nickel plated���������easily kept clean: av   t to.any room in any honse.   There is nothing known to tbe-ar*  of lamp*raaVing that ean add to the value ot the RA.YO lamp as a light*  p"������lng_ deiioe.. VTerr dealer every where.   If not at yours, write tori  the  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Some time ago I had a bad attack  of Quinsy wliich laid mc up for two  weeks nnd cost a,lot of. money..  Finding tho'luinp again forming in  my throat. I bathed freely with MIN'  ARD'S LINIMENT, and saturating Vn  cloth with Vtho 'liniment loft it on nil  night,     ' yf    'i '���������  Next tuoVhlng tho swelling was gone  nnd I attributed tho warding off of an  attack ofi Quinsy, to tho free use of  MINARD'S LINIMENT.     V  C. P. WORDENi  St. John. y  Marie Twain's Fake Speech  "Among the many pranks of Mark  Twnin'fl jflurnaliislo dayo," said a Virginia city editor, *'waB the concoction  of a speech'that wan put upon a famous 8onator.\ Tho senator had attended a Virginia Oity banquot, but had  not apokon. Ho had a aoro throat.. A  brother irbm a rival paper reached  tho banquot Into. 'What did tho sen-  ator Bpoak aboutP* tho newcomer whis-  pored to Mark Twain. 'Ho mndo a  very interesting Bpccch on the potato,  ......"      ������\.���������      ~/^V-ir "I'lin      ������rvi������*n        fil\P  wttH tlio reply. 'The potato,  ThaVs odd. ���������LotVi havo tho polnttj,  will youf 'With plonHure,' said Mark  Twain, and ho dictated a half column  that, the roportor duly w ntod the  noxt morning aB tho dii-tinRulBhed  Honator'H valuahlo contribution to  agricultural aolonco,. Tho Bpoech ho-  gun liko this: 'Ladlcfl and gentlemen,  had it been my lot to bo born am  roared in Ireland, whoro niy food  would lmvfl principally conaietcd of  tho potato���������that moat saluhrlouH and  nutritloiiR root���������I uliould now bo, in-  ntcad 0! the poor, infirm, mtuntcd crcn.  turo you boo boforo you, a tall, ������tout  athletic mnn, able to carry an oiwrm-  oub weight."  soriptlve clrouUr to tlie nearest acentnr ot  . <   '��������� \Th������ Imperial Oil Compciny, Limited^  ������^ii>  i of Building a Silo ?  Better Build it  of Concrete  T  That iho Farmer Can Do  With Concrete." *  Tells you how to use Concrete In constructing  Barne    -  cuternr  Dairies  Dlpplno T-sQka  Foundations  Fence Posu  Feeding rioem  Outtare  Hens' Nttti  Hltotilno  Poste  Home Blooka  Housea  Poultry Houtet  Root Collura  Slloa  Ohslter Walla  Btablsa  ���������tttalra  HE conatruotlon of a Silo attords  an exoollent example of what tho  farmor  can  do  with Concrete���������  and ot tho superiority ot Concrete ovor  all   othor  material  for  varlouc  structural  work about tho farm.  r  ' The usual wooden ello, besides being expensive, ls far.  from satisfactory.   In the first place, it doos not endure;  and, more Important stlll���������bolng far frqm weatherproof  ���������ita contents becomo water-logged���������producing an unsan-  ^ a  Itftry condition. >v ' ?v  A'Silo built of Concreto, on tho other hand, Is  praotlcally everfastlng'��������� It ls proof afcainst, heat, cold  and molflturo���������und it has the nverlt of comparative-  economy.  This -economy feature is furthor ���������������;-  plained In our froo book���������'* What th* Fatmir  Can Do With Concrete,"--whioh tells how to  mlxand use Concrete for tho making nt  alloy and other buhdlnsa on the  farm. ^fi^.' ^You may  send tne a������  Fill out the eoupotuK-r; copy o! bo^U  and send for tho jSTy entitled "WhattM  etsils  Step*  Tsnks  Trouohs  Walks  Well Curbs  ttto.i etQ., etc  81^������ National Bank HuUdlntt. MonU.aL  hook to-day.  us  ������������������������������������SI  ���������sMccl  ���������aasaVcHccl >*T-("      * <^*.*l
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factory service is the obligation of
���tips.' I do not wish to revive this oft-
fought-over subject, but a business man
is up against this proposition where the
office bov ajM saleswoman are not. They
need not 'Up.'   1 must!   Our mere man
that carries conviction with the telling.
Since receiving: the letter I have made it
my business to consult other men who
lunch "downtown" as to the conditions
herein described. As a result ot my inquiries  I incline to the belief that our
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must calculate for this tax upon his al-     correspondent has rather understated his
ready   lightened   purse.    With,   ior  instance,  50  cents  in "his   pocket   for   a
luncheon, he must, restrict himself to 40
cents' worth.   Without the tipping process he wil) be blacklisted and 'cuts' and
service will be correspondingly inferior.
"So let the poor mere man nave a we��
corner in ycur department in which to
air his grievance.   We don't hear much
growling over it, but I doubt if there are
many men with limited  (and non-elastic)  incomes who i��re not groaning inwardly under the t-tirden. '   .
������ONE OF THEM (New York city)."
A straightforward, ^uwarniiiftted story
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I1sft��lMDaiiisi ii   *    fiii   ""       ���   ���'     iM��������� in    in     "        f, * : sJUmJEI
giievance than magnified lt._ One newspaper  man with a  fairly good Income
tells me that to avoid the extortion o��
the proprietors and waiters In the restaurant run in flashy style in the top
story of his "skyscraper" he brings from
home   daily a sandwich box   disguised
under  the  binding  of  a   book.      This,'
stiapped together with MSS. and newspapers, attracts no attention.   He slips
it into his desk upon arriving at the office.    When  the pangs of faintness or
hunger  remind  him   that  he  ought  to
break his fast,he sends an  office boy
upstairs for-a cup of coffee,  and eats
and drinks from the left hand while the
right is busy with pencil or pen.
"Iniquitous,* do you say?",he said at
my exclamation. "Of course, I have
dyspepsia! Equally of course, no Christian Jiuman being should live In suclua
higgledy-piggledy fashion. If you knew
what I would have to endure from high
one hands the civil  w&iter w.-io helps
him on with his overcoat and holds his
���hat   'tuppence'���that   is,   4   cents!���and
gets a hearty 'Thank you, sir!
"An American waiter would not accept
the tuppence, much less thank' his victim for it, 1 told you, didn't I, that
one at one of these 'dairy' places told a
friend of mine tvlio offered a nickel "tip,
'Better keep it for your canape" There
is a pretty fiction to the effect that 10
per cent  upon  the airount  paid for a
customer's   order   Is   regarded   by   the
*
average waiter as 'the right thing.'   Not
liberal,  you .understand, but   not to be
kicked against.*   The customer is likely
wrong!   But what are you going to 'd3��
about St'"
If I pass the question on to our
constituency, it is with feeble-hops of
getting a satibfactory answer* "
Yet that the "wrong" ^is monstrous 13
patent to the dullest Comprehension, -"-fin
a. series of papers upon the iucidd^u
cost of living, published nearly a year
ago, I sta*ed, upon the authority of -our
. ablest political and domestic statisticians, that the prices of household
commodities. Including clothing, in these
. United States are now 52 per cent more
than they were five years ago. And.
according'to the dispassionate teslfmony
next time he comes. But there is no
open complaint. In fact, not one of us
dares to give less than 10 cents If he
has    ordered    even  25   cents'   worth  of
lunches daily upon oatmeal porridge and.
milk���not cream. It was he who insulted the waiter with the nickel, by the
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tt<Of course fL have  dyspepsia
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<CR editOTtel comments noon
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^*/ the expressed need of warm,
-a- nourishing luncheons for the
day laborer in ���shop and field, the
office boy, school children and the
business woman are fair and just.
Why not include the "mere man's*
wants in  this  direction?
"Symposia upon the high cost of
living: are apparently confined to the'
effect of this upon the housemother.
There- is a phase of this high prices
proposition which, tor1 some reason,
hsfe been overlooked In statistics (and
discussion of ways and means,
"namely, - the cost of the business
e man's luncheon today as compared
with tlie price of the same food a
few years ago. I grant that the office
boy and the girl behind the counter
fcave their grievances in this respect.
You can't kill'a hog 'if you haven't
got a hog. Ergo, you can't buy a
good h,ot luncheon without the neces-
����� sary funds.    * -
v   -**Man,' in his mission.In life of pro-
' X'.-vidins-Jor the temporal needs-of his
.VrOr rf     j  .,        T> ^        *     *w. .-rv^rt        I-,-  "l     kfS     \lr;V       J/**" J
family, has to look into the luncheon
question , narrowly, since - salaries
have not advanced in proportion to
��� the upward flight of prices demanded
for articles requisite for daily living.
This fact affects him in his luncheon
allowance, too, perhaps to a greater
extent than it acts upon the classes
..    just mentioned.
. 1   * "In   illustration,   I   give  bolow  one
sample of the working of these conditions, which is by no means excep-
���,     tlohal:       y  -
"        "A^few^years ago   it was'quite pos-s
- sible,   and   indeed   customary,   for me
4 ^   to get a, good luncheon, consisting of
,roast beef, mutton   or veal, with potatoes;, bread and butter,   for 15 or* 2Q
> -' cents,r coffee  or < tea 'for 5 ���cen.t3.y*-ana
5��? ���$!,%> dfd&ert   of   pie,   elairs   or -charlotte
\iS* russR', &r<-5 more, 'making a total for
"i luncheons' of from 25 to 30 cents ber"
day.
"This at a, restaurant that la not
y^'av^kxy jbutj clean and respectable andf
'"" * patronized "by a good class of people.
"Figuring  upon  thia   basis, a man
X��l-NNtR-H|
3o ^H
" 'Better keep it for your carfare.1
could allow for his weekly luncheons
$1.50 or $2. Conditions have changed
sadly. Consider the cost of the same
luncheon today. 'Roast, 40 to 50 cents
a portion; coffee, 10 cents; sweets,of
any kind, 10 cents���or 60 to 70 cents,
for the meal.    -
..-rrTnAl.l^ ^.\\r.~.r.*.r.r��r. *f.v.        4-l*.>     1.��*./��"K0
,�� ���2��*ljr u..v ...*..*.55.- ��.��... *-.��      ...vx.*.-
eons of our mere man, therefore,
must average from S4.50 to $5, compared with our former estimate of
$1.50 or at the most $2 per week, an
increase of 100 per cent. This does
not include soups, which., were formerly 5, 10 or 15 cents. * Today, for
the same article, we are charged'from
l6wto 30 cents. Nor do'l include
salads and entrees, both of which
have advanced in price in-like proportion.   Good clam chowder used toj
cost 15 cents a portion.   Now It is 25.
��� - 1 . ������ 1
* Therefore t^he  hot^ nourishing -soups
you recommend  as" a  noonday  meal
- for the hungry schoolboy and the
tired saleswoman are barred out for
the business man, who must , cut his
coat according to his cloth'.     ^    >
' "Another condition "which the business
man must face in order to secure satis-
to get tough meat and cold vegetables tC|f our business man. 'he 'pays- 100 percent more for his restaurant runcneon
today than then.
Are   we   Americans,'   then,  'the   most
amiable and long-suffering or the laziest
people Jnv the world?   Or Is lt cowardice
tnat  hrlds  ua  l^a^k  from, resenting iniquitous imposition that is rank robbery?
If,  to the casual reader of our Common  Sense in' the Home*' pa%e/ I < seem
~t�� lay 'too much "stress^ upon*the "Importance   of- luncheons^to^'the-iJiasses
���-'w^lo,  cannot' get' these "In^'their* own
- homes, v be  it remembered, that to the
*vast majoritysof shutnankind.the jrMdday
f~*c*i% ���* tl^e jrsss-i Smoortsnt'of fh^Pthree
or  four  eaten  during   the  twenty-four'
lio'urs.   It"is~the half way'hduse""in "-S'Hlcli
3.   the, emptied stomach J,w��uIdJvco:Me&t1;fuel
for" carrying* on the-Mfibdrs of the "day
A   to- iva.   close.    Digestive,, Tmuscular   and
���A*;- *   <-     ,M,    %.yiy *j,t  *
nervous iforcesr? have *neen   steadily   at
work r for,  from   six  vto .eight, .hours.
- *iiry|   i '\   *.&-,\a."<   i.,'y   iNifi ,--'�� x
. ^Nature d,e^ ^ndsva halt, for refreshment.
���*li��i.  'J   *   ,"lt��'-'w   r\M^",f.jm -.'
, ,.The brain, as the .engineer; the nervous
^.system, as conductor: the.digestive or-
^-cgans, as the, stoker,,..concur.,in, the de-
rJ&g*?'>   \   *r��r r--n, y    -.' ?y
The whole of the machinery should be
examined and made ready for what re-
*> mains>of the journey. x> , <y
In view M>f< these Important fu��-ts, can
^ we insist ^too, strongly upon the fuuty of
caring, conscientiously ,and* with common"
prudence for the 'exquisite machinery
committed to each -of us? s Or resist too
steadily the greed and avarice which
hinder 'lit fulfillment ot; the obliganon"!
C.PMSE
kVi
"What we want in this country is a comfortable chophouse."
"He1 pays a quarter" for oatmeal
and milk.'*    ..
rates of living and miserable service,
you might be more charitable. What we
want in tils country Is the comfortable
chophouse In which the Londoner takes
his midday meal at a price Lhat would
horrify the keeper ot the cheapest res-
tourant upon a side alley in this city. A
-chop or 4 cut from the joint, a baked
potato and a half pint of 'bitter' or a
cup of coffee may be enjoyed in a quiet
corner over there for what I pay here
for the meat alone. This, with plenty
of bread 'and butter and a bit of pudding thrown In, if one wants It.   Then
way. He pays a quarter for the beastly
mess and tips the supeicillous fellow
Who sets It on *he table' a"*dlme.  *
"I am savagely hungry by -night. Then
I fill up too fast and'heavily. '-At least.
Nail a  wooden  box  tovthe outer fill oC
yt>ur pantry window: fit shelves in It: tack,
a piece of cloth at ihe back totkeep nut the-   '
^snow.     You.may..keep,butter,   mjllc   and
meats in'tnis-'-ana you frees *so ice curing
tlM�� XfSJm^hotf*to'make kausaga
candy ^and sauerkraut candy^  ^^
' The Qtiery'anent-candsp Is referred. I
have- a. hazy- Idea -.that-';'/sausage" and
"sauerkraut" refer to the' shape of the
confectionery, rather-thanvto-the com-
P��The�� window' Iceb'ix'ls'an^iaea'^hai' haa
���been   utilized  Bticcdssfully'- in \ numerous
,    ' .       . < ,��� (      .    ..    j *.        city flats.   If you will, surround, the ob-
iliat Is what my wife and  the doctor   > lo)*g ;j,DX   wjtji   flne ^,-irtf- hettlrfgy 'and
tell me.   All the same, I save an hour's >
time and 50 cents a day by eating 'my 'pattern/the ouTdoof'refrigerator is'not
long ,.- ~        ,���    -.-���
make, a  sloping, top tO;turu-wio rain,
covering it  with linoleum of a pretty
mit  , ut-slght'ly, and the tree .passage'of the
my    air  through   the  netting  keeps - meats
^ j
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n
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H^A-V.
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by
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r
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sandwich and drinking my coffee at
desk.    Three dollars a  week makps a
clean sum of $156 a year, to say notiilng
of the 'gain In quiet and time.    'Some
thing   wrong*   in.   our   business   msn _    w, ���v���.v,   .v��,,i�����.d..b...��.��.,.Bv,   ~.
luncheon   systoai,'   you   aay7    It's   all    frco2li)K even (n Intensely cold weather.
especially if the wl.idow be left' open at
nlglU'/thati tho heated.air fromnwithln
mav temper tho frost. It is hardly mora
unsightly thnri the conventional'Window
(-ardmi. . 1..        ,.    M[t   if ,nv,,, - (>
sweet and butter firjri; ,A, -contr^vsiuce
of this kind may be attached to another
- r*��ar xvlrtdow and used 'as 'a <frulfe-sate. If
,���. ,the ^baskets and ;boxes containing the
l7 fruit are covered closely with' a blanket
is    or 'heavy ��� felt, \ there'' is < not'datigw of
t a     9 RTANIT NOTICE,
' 4%a'CJ.trsk >or the* enorm&u* *
_pon��rt6ufor�� io limit their oom-
muntaation* to 100 word*, eccccpt
�� ttjant nil mv   oonrntponotnt* io   I
Mavt#t4 *howino A* KM* ^Cam*r. 11
^i^Armv reau��*i\mth(*>r��*ir*t>t Vl
ht9 to print manu trior* letter*.   I
"' ;   e "���"���  ' 1 I
, jM{Wi
jf;
r up and down the spine ;of the patient, of home, as  aro  compatible "with  the
' The effect Is soothing and the resinous non-rcaidence"'under/ the* parental roof.
' properties brought out tby .friction (with* L.1Inow hp>f account-to. bo. true to the
perhaps a gentle electric current) ihava ft^s  oT Its  authenUcUv *v$S vX
���'a Voiisibfe'effect'ln'willovin^tho irrlto-�� ^Vm^��JaJWm&t ?��t XSvZ
tion of lungs and bronchlnr tubes.    As The-foud boLwoen .capital.and labor was
* it trustworthy *��� than > theory,*^ even
baaedi upon professional opinion.
X'
pronounce to be "Intent tuberculosis."
_ By one of these spec Iniuts I was sont .to r
Saranao   t>aho.    N.    Y.     Mv   re ninn   tho-
creator part of the dny In a rooking chair
in tho. opon air, drinking Krent quantities
of milk andstaklme. raw. orbs, i wm ��bullt
up.  and I still follow- directions.    I nave
followed these for more than a year,  Tin to
that  timo  I  i,a<!  used  halfway  measures.
' Chestnut Dressing ' ���'
Flense* publish In. the >l3xchsn��ol a r^oipa
for   tlmstnut   jlrosslnar.
a RBADKK (Mount Vernon,- Ind.).
lungs that you can Inhale In long, alow p0n gpaninh or French- chestnuts nnd
broatha. .AoWtnaf r����JM��h while you can,; ^movo-i Hli��tllHm^4i4U^ltlll^llfiSipHUUg^ Run
count fiv6 slowly, nt first. In a* month (j through the vegetable pressV onaiwork
time you can hold, it in the lungH-oU;; ffit*X��^ Wft ^t'ilinwntuii
tho way down���whllo you, oount ten' of battel'to^
slowly..'.Your  lung expansion ,wt   fin^ SutS'^th%fflta mS^Ml^wiaste.
Is   imoVe'' womon will rt^tlSr left'SSVnf rtSTflA??,   -I *m ftidly discouraged that Tpy SSSSSii i��
nYwhhff, ^ri��2n .wiLiM��JK��.-SUp.^t%W "9ht"     "not Ainy restored.   The Hnranatf I��ke doc-
n, wijOWy . pur , FamHlar^/TAlkU^lth,' fcadors , ^3(tor'���llept mo there, but iiva.weulM,. saying.
uuaui<,uin��i prutuaniunui oui��iuii.��        ?,$ wjiich ljoadfl tlllo^pago haa'to do with        ��   the   end, of  thnt  time. <UierS'"wka   no ,'
* Vo&farttfk*^mhfibr*��h wttLJBF &?&��$ ^nn��'-S/.r^ticft^,c0^%aA,?g���   *J5&you ST���'.Mason^o
*  s,Kw<u''* /-" ii'I'^vrA "   tw,er,. buslncw fti;&o, a??a*may not Jje-liShtlw       ultimate reeoverj-?   Have  yon'oi
t'"-",,"~ ~"- - ���*��� * * ��� **-- dlsminsea   trom * our ��conalderatlbn. <,rT(, -    *-   ���*���. * ���
'**i��p
Amber for. Goiter
KnowInK you talio^a deep .interest in the
injluonco ot everyday llf      " '
doiiondont
*. Jt want
red, for In u ._.�����	
i.liavo  boen employed
tliai ^ijmate
hone for )
(ff nny ot
nnuonco ot everyday life of thv'
'������Js who are doii * "  "
 .. for a llvlnir, t        .   . 	
how^ well we aro earpd for in a larirv stori>
*'\fw'qrkliiKlRlrja ..-.-,-, ..  _.........
own labor for a llvlnir, t want to tall you*
Ho oro doiiondont upon their
111 RlelurioiHi,   vn
repeat that tho lotttir of our business
girl Is refreshing.' 'WC seem to get1 ay
brtef  lull  In thq ptorm, nnd  to catch
eiiatonou  of  the. Blnging of hlrdfl  and
Cake
���''.r'V'oe,'
*.��� lit
omud.j* in
iunnoJeil
,'.^ln.'-0|'9 eaao, produoo" any"daf��terl6uli:
p^iid   thai  ni^or.VadinlnUtoreiiyi-ttorr
nelly, was lionofluinl,   l am fonvlpood.tliat
  am for employ
snmn- food  is swvnn,
��nd .t.no lun
t prune cost
W��*L��
luriulhfoom'for empiqyosr^ljyi^jrood
tKU
at prime cost., Adloininit. the
the other sldo J* an��epl1rKen��i��
toryi
kltchorv nnd .the |unoh��>s. nr��/funiUiiud ��ui,
the wrisoit prime epjit.^AdjqiWnB^j^.iysui,.
i. ''��i�� exrwrlewne irnincd.fronii experiment
������ worth i.wotp Mian, all  the booUiore pub-
l^W^��V!^''^hJ^ tSn^ har oriecMo where
UieTwoarlnB   of  umber   beads   oompWoly
-������    oiirsd phronio enlorirement orllio tonsils.
.*���   aenulne amber lends are rather expennivf.
, jThwrvfo'"** there, are lots of spurious tfoode
���   '.��W- ths   msritst   assutnlnv  tn   Us - irenulne.
,, Whowevwr,, would. use   ��lii��e   lipU��uowa���
t*Ti Inolo^i 'my' tioine nml  fli
yoa desire, nny information I
llus.'or.tiflier'eubjeeje.
"x  write In   the  inl
���       01.* -.a. XD���  it,'���;,��.  <immhuri|t,  Oul.).
Thero li no quackery In the assumption that amber lian curative proportion
whon applied externally.   A spooino for
whooping ooutfli. acknowlniliwa. by,the,
nwdloai profoiMHOTi/ is amber oil rubbed
to toTto any ono from thenoor to the room.
/e also uav�� loeVcnrs for th�� huts ond wraps
��� ���������'-���"    ���   hnv nn liur own Icoy to
~ 'hay* ''����� etore  papsr
-. published liy .and for
....   .....jiuym,..wiv -expense   of   which .-!���>,
borne bjTthe.il ~          "
Mrs.. M. Mot. (Now York city). .
Tt id n��ver practicable'to publiah an
nnai?i,"6r to nny oiiery-ln- "nejfi- Sunday'*
l*��iio." Bytho time the request reaohca
my hands the noxt Issue will be lrj press.*
I ..tell you now what to,
dowod giiTmont, .If you .
away as irreparable, thin ... __
tho next misadventure of like nature
Whllo laundresses arc carelctsu, mildew
nnd iron runt will not cense frum the
Addross ��1ioii1i5
 . .. : can tove o't
.., ,���jmp' eubjeeta..        '. M.:.L    -.   - , ���
vrlte   in* the   interest  of  truth   sv.i
���ome by the.firmi and all the employes cop.
tribute to .this "necorrt, mnUln�� it a splendid
tailueMpe In...our store life.     .   .    "-���,rd
all
..I am s&nflln* you * trmr et th�� nseerdj
that ybu i may see. for youits*
eo-opsMte i*1 ti
and prortltuile.
  vbui may aeV for yourself how wo ���.4,
co-opkmtB (n maklnff our store llfo pleasant
i ,'���,-<�� .������., ( ADBUH A., <lllchmon��l. Va.).
The foregblng Interesting letter is a
plooiant offset to tho sad story told by
�� Now ��� York shopgirl a week or two
ago. It Is a genuine a delight'to read
the report of tho Intelligent omployo
'who volunteers testimony to the care
taken by the heads ot the house to
gunrrt tlie health of women nnd to so-
oure for them as many ot the comforts
Inundry-nnd'homo, .   . , .....   ...   ...  MV,���,,mmBriF
Soak Jha.wnlst'nil night in loppewjfl i?vl^me
milk.: Npitt day rinsei in cold water ond vSoiV^favc
Jay. white dump, ju the sun.    Leave It     m��,"hl,tr*J
evonlr
treat  the  nbiliirnto hiemlshoM
to a second all-night bath in lopporod or
hiittormilk. Next dny rinse nml do .up
no usual. I havo romoved' oldjnaellble
Ink stain**- by this prpoDsti. > .Tha mild
acid.*o���� not rot the finest threads.
Latent Tuberculosis
f em a snffsrsir from what duotnrs. who
havojaxtmlnsd my.pinss at,various tlmss.
_    VL
tlio'Cornerltesever lmown of ahy'-'ont'elmi-
larly affeoted7.     .�� ��, - ,��,   . ,.
Mrs. II. R. a. (Norfolk,
X have known of at least four
precisely  lilce  yours,  and  some
'motto' discouraging,'
cured.
en.n��ys<��lf given up.asjiop*-!
th ��� tuberculoalfl thlbtyy. years?
.   . _ uttil^ sentencaof death ?��r        jctl cream may be -frosen jn'fl^mlmius,; i|4WF&gxT"^"���" "' t
months, I am qualified to say- to ""and   ror'"ftn  expenditure  of two .or three" " ?''""'" yy~y? ; ;* .,.������-,.-^^ ^*��
���   allow yourself, to despair!   y- cents.; If ��ie;prep����"��oo-,to, be .frown. b��>M j t- rc*i <���*, -��lMttWfr.Dftyl
����� opon^olr,   ent  nourishing Y pinoea In a tin tucket or .'other- vesscT o.nd-*- *������������ ,,'-*"u "'~   ��>'"i**"- &*>
tho chest and  tnront  -'- ���"
. ohouldors freely with
every morning after your
 j deep broatlilviB, got plenty,
.sleep, drink nil tlio mlllt you can dlgi
nnd take regularly, night and morn
fltentie   csllsthenlo   exerolsos.     If
,could go abroad and spend, ,as l
two years  In   Italy and Bwltjserl
      "      T��t of ttto.day
. time bo a* well
ahd, utrong woman.: My, malady viras
not "intont," but no actlvo that the
apox of tho right lunjr had alowly dl*-
Intogratod. That wa�� trtiot nix 'doctors'-
In America and two ��fl.broad told me,
mo three months of life. "In the
._... favorable clroumstancos.*' ���
That was more lian a, quarter century fiRO, and today 1 am th�� nirwt
man of mv. nits I evar. knew,. ..
to
SP& ^,oPffi   ^0%?aurs" .��� ' Italy "anK"fi
22,,*/? 4kt2yi��??1ft v '���'.'living-. In the opon air most
i^fi'SMr /i I^boiiovo you 'would In tlm
s Wji] soryeifor./ nhA. utmna   woman.    Mv
ss
'yy
be congealed, does not como into.d'roet ' V"Ss^!anSe
contact with It.   Water, mny be frpx-n, i KX ���,        .,..,
In this w.*.y. Into Ice for tablo��uso ,by    .ui��r,tn'.����. wonh ���o^.JirQ^^
putting. It .fntu tl.oi>lnnari.yas.al.. /Mmy t��nsB��t*����*^8&i��%:S^���S&V^
end she.Ia. turnlnir the. JjWS'&SWlM.<Z*1
��� .'been frnlnsa, slnoe sh# was ^ jwirs .?>
.    .....���,��� vessel, ...... _
on   a tight  top   and  l<*nv��npr  If In  tlio
.mixture until you are ready to use It.   .
llxclinnse.   A' wllow^^Wh'one'VUilld.'vJiss
������0 oht'.by: the day lo work,    Whs jr
"*      'otf.iiroo.rlM.sna y.t'
V���..J   ui   emu   hiiu   u*"   '
'.ndvi
.���,.   ,���       noctiors  nre  India-
ppnsdblo to tho ^ollt^lnit of spoleiy. v
hut they arc not infallible, and ��� they
mako ns many, mistakes In treallnn .
tuberculosis patients as In any.other
tllreotlon. Tuialws up your mind. IIV��rt ��,
woman, to get well, Then do HI Common sense, will power and fresh air
are th* motive powers yon must em*
ploy,   Oot all tho pure nlr Into your
AV'7Si,v Useful Hints
Here are a few liln's that may A or :Tnsy
noi u�� of. ua* to our l��ou����t��Qtli��r' .
t. w����h ������� or n����rrv or iloush from
dishes In cold.wstcr-not In Jiot. Um.��v����<*r
hardens hy conkTnir the aiihwsive suhstancs.
a. Have meat*.gravy to fry ��itiT��.��n
siivorv, ami a lii;n��rtt to tlir -
*;i M��Mf ��������� ft., ,.
It olpuns It nml liseiis fll���� ��)��.,, tl Js muoh
         irltjjf i 	
 , _..ji��-'sh#'.'*i'ss ^l'lr^����;'ti<!,,t<��p.: :%'M
ie'p her mo her. In all househoM,''**�����������' A    y��
yM��  beins   Winter,   ��n*��L .1K*i.noL:JJRX1   ,  yit
wliat may be c��ll��d k snowball, of prtioucal, XJfA
This  beins  wi..^..
jrliat may be c*ll��d i..,,.-.���--,.-..
advice for tha ynuthful hous-wf'sT
  .���. ,..,  hous-wfeT.   "���'.._   ������'  ������y
imt es<rh or us write a��o<*i roeloef thtn  ,;,;;.$,
* ten *ortm oibrmviHul ��dy^.; >\��Wx .;
blfsslnic.   Hend these to mv aiI4r*��#.(, i wtll
r,
1 a lii;n��flt to tfwiw* y/hn cannot ,' fold each'sheet ftnd tie It with baby rli
>��t enjoy the meat flavor, * yAl^Wp tie ajf lowtt^. Hsr BttMay si
the .kitchen"sink; w{|h,vkj��re����.n*.:: t ?��neh#r%T'if tf^Wii\"niitv7f8Fl��.
swiurl
iW
ribbon,
seitoaj
�����$
������� ni���� ��irr��� u is miieii *    hep sifts iwiiV/be mit mio *���**><��)- and she
ttetter: than       .....
Hard   Hibblns  will,   in   time.   in|ur��   tne y-|t        v..-.,..��� ..._ .....^   ..
*"��;��, oarrsway s7d.,.n (ssu^tauf in r<rfef^>fcis^ A
making It.   They rnaku It. more dlseatlble Woe nil love her ror W bmht end wm
���V W&& ������'�� h��ted flail      P��-W-����f��� v4*WSV.J>ML&jJl ���
"mx-M
i, **)*,
���iJMvWr'&y^
8KM,nf' Hm^t^^^^
^^WMxi^AA pyiyy  vmyXy  mx  iii  K-SSK-V**  tit-S1  sky-;  ;/������������������{.*, J^>S5SS  ?m  :rft;wwiK3w  .flSiy  ~������m.  ^SjV:-,y.V<Jr,X;i;J':y2-.,H*i'  ���������tifit&v$w$&&m  XXXXikiSAxXf^iii'^i:.  s^ftsy  Wst&S������  i������������liP  S>ji������i3S;\!3!;i;.     K-SS';  '���������'���������?;^'  ^  ������*iw-);'*s!?$  w.  *$&  '-���������"^���������y^i^  immm^mmmmm^*  wmm  ���������W-nr-jJ.Y".  s?bvi  ew:  ������������l  ^;V^  iv  it  I  femESTONp^  fti^-iliiS^  lamftttff'ff1  as*  ���������tatwSM  i.-Tjr,fiya..11T,'u iiw-.Es  THE  CANADIAN  BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., Presidcit  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  ?$������'  ������&>  ������&  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000  REST, - $7,000,000  MONEY  ORDERS  The Money Orders of The Canadian Bank of Commerce are a safe,  convenient and economical method of remitting small sums of money.  They are payabie without charge at every branch of a chartered bank in  Canada (except in the Yukon Territory) and in the principal cities of  the United States.  The Orders and foil information regarding them may be obtained  on application at the Bank.  In the event of loss of a Money Order the Bank will, on receipt of  a satisfactory guarantee, make arrangements to refund the amount o\  +hm lost Order= 232  <PERCY <8. FOWLER, SManager, Creston Branch  nfp  .JL. -Jl_ \_>-  ^ ^������w -a.  S>  The Leading  | Ho'el of the  Fruit     Belt  The Creston tRewieVto  iiimisiwnrui    i i n i irsismmi wnrrsn vi���������m~r -  PubttaW ���������very  Friday at Orestoa, British Columbia, by the Creston Pub-  Msttrdasg Oo., at thsir office, "Wilson Avenne, Orestoa.  J. 3. Jeess������5f   -   SSeasger.  Bakh G. Scbtjios   -   Sditce.  j<n.  Our   Guests  Call   (Again  YOU will make no mistake  whet', you get off the train  if you sign the legator at  the Crestou Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  stndv ,the comfort of our cuests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  .f.\y. ii  VO:.I Mercy! Has Anybody Seen  ;   MyjCatt? A{ )       ������  This particular cat1,  so the p'torf  *2'>efi.   ..having fonnd-nTljnttl0 iii,  - N. B C Beer, preferred irtL joy-  - biingiutf qu������litiY������ fn tt place by  ��������� "'his own fireside." Butfyou don't  '   need  "to   wondci"  tc������ tuste 'the  pl������������<nras nf N   B  C  Beer.��������� SoUl  nt all hotnln m Creston/** . '  son  >A  UA  Brewing  "WBi.-Gosnsll  I      Manager..  Subscription, 93 00 a year, in advance.  SO-way Sot-joes, $5; SO, il.ou; w, ?I6  Sha a*riaw is tbe aofcwwkdned advertising medium of the Orest<m valley, oir-  calatt������s; te ������w oae tboosMsi hcaaea throughout the Creston distrust.   Oor  ��������� e-*psa to essTsspcsdssts es live questions of  local interest    Oon������  ,������������  fjitatsttiui mmt be t-rfef, vrittws'������ one cade ot tbe paper only and signed, not  winr far ������nl)Su������tiBB. tmi ��������������� ������Yidisx* cf good Saith. "We invite support  fWk-eravtjon tx> iocr--������w t-bauatfulsesa cf the Review by bringing in yonr  /. B. Moran  iy T*^lf ���������.������������������,.. ...... . _  aAvarftaNBcste, aoDsMrtptfannB a������# ������e*������8. CrropteintB Sk������j sntecribew as to  i������n-n������c*������* rf l������I������r vr iii 3������ pwmptiy attended to. Address all coinmnmca-  uouoto ihe  Thinning, Picking *nd  Packing of  LECTURE DELIVERS:������ SV MR. J  E. BERKLEY. P������OVii������CiAL GOVERNMENT PACKING EXPERT.  BEFORE THE CRESTON F5IUIT  AND PRODUCE ASSN., ON SATURDAY NIGHT THE 25TH INST.  Mr. D������ S. Tisunoue, President of the  Association, introdneed Mr. Berkley to  the meeting at 8:30 p. u.  ' Thinning. There ia no object in thinning and handling properly, unless we  have our trs-s properly jnmned . fead  eases the fmis shonld not be left closer  -in the tree than 6 inches apart in any  case. It shonld not be left closer than  A inches where the tree is well loaded.  Most apples are single. When in clusters  * and the tree ie well loaded, it is%ell to  take off all with tbe exception of oue,  le&vies tbe center specimen of the chas  ter, as 'hat is ths apple which will have  the characteristics of its variety.  Picking. In picking the ide i is to  pick witnont injuring the tree or the  frnit; grasp the apple mere in the palm  of'the hand and lifting it slightly up,  with a little lateral movement, detach  it from the spur. Do not hurry too  innoh, or pull the stem ont of the apple,  as this causes the apple to deoay Leave  the item on the apple, and do not injure  it in any way. Do not use receptacles  unfit for the purpose. A wioker basket  is a nice thing to pick the frnit in lined  with some soft cloth to prevent bruising, Using sacks over the ehonlders is  a very poor method. The apples show  rough handling by moving around in  ' the sack. A galvanized bucket, lined  with cloth, wide bnt not deep, is very  xgood. Do not damp the apples into  ���������bine as this makes extra handling and  injures the frnit. Purchase apple boxeB  oufflolent to store yonr entire orop in tbe  fall. Store them loose in the apple  boxes, place slats along tho head) of the  boxes to give air space, it is not profit-.  able to store apples in bins. When piling boxes of apples packed, in oold storage or for shipment, pile the boxes on  ib������ side*-, not on the ends When packed,  store on the side, and place laths to  allow ventilation.  Answering Mr. Heath: ������������*> ������se thinning sissors, especially fer apples grow-  ing in clusters. Ii the apples are slightly  frosted on the tree, they will not hurt,  provided you allow them to thaw out  oa tbe tree thoroughly before handling  The Bartlett pear shonld keep for three  packed.  The portion of thi*lecture relating to  packing, is held over until our next  issue.  I  Ahvays  on Hand  Dav, 3Fraser ana Co,, Ltd.  Elsewhere ia this issue will be found  the advertisement of Dow, Fraser snd  * ompany, Ltd. of Vancouver Financial  Agents.  This enterprising firm, has been doicp  business in Vancouver for the past  eleven years. They make a specialty of  handling trust funds in any amounts,  with perfect security to their clients.  This firm wili allow interest at the rate  of four per oent on savings deposits  which may be withdrawn at any time  by check, they also pay five per cent on  time deposits. The latest financial  statement of this bit company shows  assetB over liabilities of 86,881 67.  For further particulars see their ad  or write direct to this firm. Parties  having money to invest should investigate this oompany and its plans for investing your money.  A complete stock of  Fresh Beef,Veal, Mutton,  I*amb and Pork.  Sausage, any kind  Hams and Bacon, Butter  and   Eggs,   Lard,- -Beef  Dripping, EtCl  ���������i ���������..    ._ .��������� .���������...  __ - _ _ ^ ^     _ ���������, M ,M ^  Fresh Fish every Friday.  Smoked Fish all the time.  Our Smoked Salmon and *  Halibut is choice..  P= BURNS&-Co,*  Limited  CRESTON        -      B.C.  Parisian Sage  WILL GROW MORE HAIR  T. M. Edmondson, the man who  grows the big Anions, hns just recovered  from a severe attack of LaGrippe. He  says that he will endeavor this year to  grow 4 lb onions. Mr. Edmondson has  demonstrated that a man can keep a  family and save money on a market  garden of two aores.  YOU PAY WHEN CURED  Dre. K. A K. TAKE ALL RISKS  Parisian Snge will stop falling hair it*  tw o weeks���������cure dandruff iu the sam*  time and stop scalp itch at onoe. Jt  makes the hair t-oft, silky and luxuriant.  v;:.>; AS A HAIR DRDSSING  Parisian Sage is without peer. It co������-  taiuV nothing tlafc dan harm thb hair-  it is not sticky, oily, or greasy and pn������������  yehts as well as cures diseases of the  scalp.',7 Y-YV-  Women and children by the thousand  use it daily as al dressing and no home  is complete without it.  MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS     .  DruggistB and stores everywhere gnar  antee Parisian Sage and -will refund  your money if it fails. Ask the Creston  Drug & Book Oo. what they think of it  They sell it at EOo. per bottle or yon oan  Ronuro it by mail postpaid from Gironx  Manufacturing Co., Fort Erie. Out. See  that the Girl with the Auburn Hair it-  hi each package. Sold and uuar&ntoed  by the Crestou Drug & Hook Oo,  Ji ,t^^i^r^{^^t^^yr^^^^^v^^'V^^^^{^^J^^^  Spring     Stock     Of ^  e n n n o      f  shbhishS  Everything fresh  No Old Stock *  Buy Early   ,  Creston Drus&Book Co;  4  .   -  - ���������  ar* iwiMistsoEHioToauatD without writwm consent ua  NKRVOUS DEBILITY  end mi   _    _  ss������ CMesrse  mmySSHtn  &SfT  ion Um MMt'tni w*������k<  AsknuUiiLkekcMrcy  ���������ts������ak iBMhooa, prema  _   Essly 1  wnrnpMSi  staaKwessy*  kwu-riutUs,  are auuuslly ������w������ek M m BMeMA*w������.ftrAvp  MMllMHHUHub IC yenTuMTany df Uie uA-  Estw. Are yo������ nemos and ���������wink, despoa-  ^^^^dArk GirolM tniiMr thsm, week boek,  ..j, drcama and Imsos, ccdlmcnt in tirlno.  _ ks, caroworo expreBston.. poor msmorv,           _ , IlirodWiornltiirx, r^Mciss nwhto, olianmanis  preutotuM daisy, bouo pallia,  lt���������i.- loose, sore throat, eta.  YOU     WILL    BE     A     WRECK      -^ m    ymm  -fkv M������w WUkW TmaIssmA t*m onto you and mgko a man of yon, /Undor its Infla*  ������ta*VrMsi kMtmn*m*������tivms ������tj������ Ko^dpurlllisd. no that all plmpteH, blotahos and ulcers  ', th* tMtrvs* tieonme wry������r mn hum, m% that tifirvousnorj, bMlifalncss soil de**  v������aMi,u^ eye beoomot bright, tt&fAoo full and clear, encwey rflturtio to tbe  , , sye beoomos bright, the woo tull and cloar, enerav witurns to the   [Uw-auwsi. pbytlosl and ssxttsl systtuns are lnvf������t������irat*d'. airarnlns oanse���������no  m������s������ *��������������������� wssts from tlio syttom,  Don't 1st quuoks and fnUlwi rob you o������ your, bard  Murnad dollars. W������ ������rtn cum you er mo iwy.  CVERYTH1NC PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL  SXJJD&U Wo imlter wbolnut triuilf J you, wrHa for an licmwit opinion Vtoo of CLwse.  ���������sslrs rf~"Tiu,G������UUmUmmUt������" (llliiRimted) on SsomtDUssssso*Mon.  QUKaTtON LIST VOU. MOMtt TUKATMENT SBMT ON REQUEST  UR8������liCJinOJI CKIIEinilEillT  Cor* Michigan Ave* and Grlswold St.,  Detroit* Mich.  Alt letters from Canada tnnnt he addresDed  to our Canadian Correupondence Depart-  ment in Windsor. Ont.   If you desire to  District Court  In the Small Debts Oonrt last ldond������y  boforo Mugiiitrute Johnson, the follo-*-  lug oases wore disposed of: S E.Trornl-  ley ye. R., Hondrrson and the Caiiyo.  City Lumber Company and Tbomab  Hiokoy, garaniahees. Thin was a olaini  to recover the sum of $11.75 for a board  bill. The plaintiff obtained judgment  and nu ordor against tho Garaiiiihw,  Thomiis Hiokoy, ytfi'made for tho pay-  ment into Conrt of $ IB 65, tho amevnt  which wns duii tho defendant ftom the  GarauiBhee, Hiokoy.  At this samo Conrfc n. looal merchant  obtained a judgment' ugainat Harry  Leahy of y 0"������nyvon City for % IB BO fov  goods sold and dolivi rod, and uu order  was made ugaluRt the Canyon City  Lumber Company, the Garnishees herein, lor tho amount of tho olaim and  ooata.! ''  i������g������SER,  ^ fSavelour Moaef, H  *(2.mTy2enccIiow!  We>rantevety6tiebki(W ^  %1 we are paving ������*���������  c-42 InTereslr^  peraTinuta cre8\tc& mlhlf  on savings deposito^  & uprardjaubjed \oWx-  htffl6\\>rc}w(mt$y������  onlwneij^iteof^  SgTO(nd\w:-& over, t-  x^k h^iW^ifKiSia^:  ^ifywiflirciwtftaAniV^  A Smoke of Quality  for the price of a "Smelladora."  That's what you get when yon  buy our cigars.  We know yon have beard this  claimed ior other cigars. But  we make good our claim, and a  single trial will prove it.  Oreston Wine & Spirit Co  5. POOLE  Prop;  ^*������**vw  >AAA/VV*^^*^A������3?*^������l^V������'-**������MyVVSl*^^i^V<<^^WV^  e Creston Barber  Billiards and Pool  ^$jnj&)   RoOQl  ������^������^fi>*.  Cigars and Cigarettes  Hot or Cold Baths:  At Any JWour        r  Razors Ground and Set  ovafemawcauv; ������������������* ������������������"���������*- '-*-. ?*���������  eotmneweH(>wWffliU3.  ���������UHS^IIOTICE  W^^^T mmWtmmWmtWmWHtllml  u* isnrsoit������lly ������teU ������t our XJcdJuil ItiuUtutc iu Detroit aa wc &cc and treat  . psMsssis iu our Windsor offlcea which are for Cnrrcnpondeuco und  Xshoetdmj lor CanadUn tndnt** only.   Addresa all letteri������ aa follows:  Dftf. KENNEDY 4k KENNEDY, Windsor, OnL  VBjB^S|S^|. ^L|^k m^m^^^M |u^^S^^^J^������| ^mm*tA^*^^^mi  I^WsfWIPi WsPr (PPsjt*>W?VsjWBP WmWMMTW^*  By loflfc Sunday'e west bound train.  Goo. nnd 'Mrs. Mead loft for Ropnblio,  Wash., whoro they will roulde in tin*  future, Miv Mead having pnrohawod a  hotol iu that frontier' town. Tho Uovinw  wiflliofl thom nil kinds of good lack in  their now cntorpvlHo,  PIANO.���������Now ub railway station near  Crouton, will ho aiiorlfiood for |250  oiiHh. Never boon used. Lady unablo  to kflnp it.���������Apply (n AiHt InatanoM  Mrs. A. O. Munouam, 2040. Columbia  stroot, Viuioonvor, B.O.  At Canyon City next Sunday afternoon tho Koy. IP. y, Kuthnrford will  hold sorv loon lu tho now iwhoolhonse,  .Np^M^^  SAM HATFIELD, Prapw  =ta=a=  Ovter or ft^ctfid^  laettey :^ wtthdrfflyaja  can, be^made���������*������ * ��������������� ��������������� ���������*  '* * awy way you wieh.  -    - wmmM''mmmw ��������� ' lummtm ��������� s���������mum* ,  Referyjo*?-'* ���������*���������"''���������������.-#������  Duno3m9dl;veete,  or To anyoriela *������������������'���������  VMGQUVeRv  Write us about it Way.  Bditiiow!!!}!  DmvJrasei\J! Co. Ltd.  321 CarobLc Street,  Vancow^r B������fi  ^y wnnnr nmnrv wnvstrwrft g vvvvyk -mrr-f ir \nvrs*Twr*irw*%in  s Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  %     All olios of TURNOUTS supplied at nhort notice.   The latent ctylee of  W   ������' S    GUTTERS and BUGGIES for Halo and hire.   Saddlo nud puok horflo������������ V'  'ixWx  1 '     ���������"^i'BpoolaHty.     ^ ���������'      '    A  .,til    Bpoolality.  " i������Mc  Feed far salo.     Agent fMr tho MaLauuhlin Manfg, Oo.     Hornca far solo  p    X act preparod to fill all (MNtari*-, both by wiro and mail, and meet all trains   ^  *    at any honr <il'iho dt\y of tilifht,   Oomm orciil men and landeieelcoro, will  ff reoolvo prompt attrition -  ,o  o  i?    Phono 5G Sirdar Avonuo " Box li   ������  Ut. JUUUUUflJULflJWiUUUULttflJUlO " ^ UUUUUUUUUUI& AJUUUUL AJUUUUJU  2  H. S. McCreath, Prop  . . .   NEW   . . .  AND CARRIAGE WORK^  BugBios, Domooviits, Gl������n ond Onttora for enle nt voimonablo pripon  ���������    We do all Hinds of rppairliiii'iiiid wood worlc with dispatoh .  Our shop is looatdd near too Qronton Muroantilo Oo.  Wo nre also nutoutH for the Oregon Nursery pompnny nud himdlo  '��������� :''"     Firk-ohiHH Fruit Troes '.'��������� ��������� "V',;  W. IC. BROWN    ��������� Y^  1%  y.\>;  yx- I
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jaokets, mitts, gloves, overalls, etc.
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LOCAL AGENTS
C. R. Ward
Manager
Lots on sole after the 6th
of March.
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To the People of Cranbrook and this IDistcict
I guess most of yon know me, I worked in the district telling "about Cranbrook and the diatrict, for many years. HI health forced me to another climete,
and I located in Kamloops Do yon know $sat tows? Have yon heard details of
its awakening? Do you know that it is the largest Town between Calgary and
Vaacouver? Do you know that it is bound to be the great distributing point, in
the interior of B.O.? Do you know that duriug the coming year, the work of
bnilding the Canadian Northern into there'will be commenced? Do yoa know
that the O.P B. is building another Native freight Route, from Bed Deer, by the
that Kamloops Apples have won many prizes? DO yon kno'w there is ao store
beautiful place es earth tc live? Well ��s do. Wo know s!i *bsae things as well
as a man oan know anything that he has given close study to. We have staked
onr all en Sasloops,   Many ethers have done the same and -made good.
o ADDITION
Is only twelve blocks from the highest prioed property in the Sown, m
beaatifnl Residential site commanding a magnifioient view.��X*ots are selhng
from $210 to $490 eaoh, bat only half will be placed oa sale���every other lot.
Why? Beeause wa feel confident in oor own hearts that- we wiil doable our-*
money on tbe 'other half next year. This ia no cheap proposition, yet yon ean
buy on terms of one-eighth down $nd five per oent per month, for eighteen,
months.   That gives von a change to sell in five or six months, and after �� few
YeUow Head Pass to Kantfoops? * Do you know that the O.P.K. bought, last fall,  """'""V, t^iK^S^^S^TJ *Cin��r���� ���v����EkZ7mZE? ZT,��Vr����
$250,000 worth of property to enlarge its yards, Shops and Roundhouse, and will KSSS^^nKJST advflntage ?S *ho inowM��-   \* ?�������� ��*����V w�� ���fhe��iw
build a new Depot? Do yon know that tha Provincial Government is to build a
new $200,000 Old Man's Home? Do yon know that a new Catholic Convent
coating $85,000 has just been completed? Do yon know that the Oity ia to build
a new Hospital costing $125,000? Do yoa know that the Town has from 45C0 to
5000 people? Do you know tnat |he Government and the G.N.3%. are to baiid at
oaas & new traffic and Esitesfc- h$i<%s at S&alccps, to oost $250,000? De yon
know that the streets are aU ft^ea/eemf nt sidewalks Said, Residential streets
paved? The climate suburb, the yards bowers of beauty, made so by flowers and
vines that are ia bloom to November 1st, and'start to -show life again in Maroh?
Do yon know that the population will doable In fifteen months, and within fifeen
years the Town will have at least 15,000 people? Do yoa know that the country
is Borroonded by magnifioient farming and fruit lands, with mineral galore, and
buy before the increase.
F.
Kamloops,
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Real Estate ^Broker
A   Briiisi Columbia
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Editor OreBton Review.
Dear Sir: At a recent meeting of the
dairies of the Province tans giving the
small man aa equal chsnss with the
B. O. Dairymen's Association the Di-(large one,   In this matter the Directors
reotora  decided  to   divide  the   Farm j ^ making arrangements for a Cup, the
Cap.  Medals and lienors and not bo ��nre also giving three Medals correspond-
compelled to compete againsC the larger ing with those of the larger dairies.
Dairy Competition which has olieady
been in progress for one year, into two
classes, in order that a number of oar
| smaller dairymen in ��� the Province may
have a ohance for competing for the
name of whioh will be published later,
but 'one ������ which .will be of equal import-
ahe-? to that of the larger trophy given
by the Provincial Government.   They
The division; of tbe Competition into
twa lets is as feiicwe: These haviss flvs
to fifteen cowa milking and the Targe
dairies those having over fifteen cows
milking. This division should induce a
larger number of our dairymen in the
Province to compete in this Competition.   All the expense that it requires is
that they he  a member of the B. C. I thanking yoa in anticipation for any
Dairymen's Assn. and hold' themselves 1 publicity whioh yoa sasy give this so*
open for two inspections per year, by.
mch -judges aa may be Appointed by the
Assooiation.
For fuller particulars and entrance
tice, I cm,.      Truly yours,
���P. H. Moore, Seoretary.
Viotoria, February 31st, l��li.
������y
forms, apply to the Secretary of the B.,   ^^ y(m ^ ^ ,^0^ g^ook 6f .-
O. Dairymen's Assooiation, Victoria.
Trusting that this little new* item
will be of some interest to yoa and
Enamel ware at Ed. F. Johnson'* hardware store onFourth St. ? If not drop in
and. inspect for yourself.    ,.   " A X'\
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According to Govern-
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Did yoa participate iri these huge profits or did yon "pigeon-hole'' the propositions submitted to you hp*
year western friends for future consideration? In short, are you the man who made a profit or tbe unfortunate one who had the ohance bat did not possess sufficient judgment to recognize tbe opportunity or sufficient
odnrage tb close a deal? Tho man or woman entitled to sympathy is the one who says: "Five or ten years
ago I had a ohance to bay this or that property at $100 or $500, and now it is worth $10,000." The average
{wfcstai sneers at the person, who makes suoh a statement and say a: *\t wonld have bonght and made that
mpnvy.'* Are you going to say fivo years from now thnt you had a ohince to buy a lot in Poe, Alta., at from
$50 to $100 eaoh, or are yon going to be the man who will have from $1,000 to $10,000 in cash as a xeaolt ot
having bonght property in thin town ia this year of grace, 1911.
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Poe a Coming Commercial Centre.
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��Pee is located en Ihe main liae of the Grand Trunk Paolflo Railway between Edmonton and .Saskatoon.
II ii located in one of the finest farming districts in Western Canada. The surrounding country is sottled by
a pvogrsuive type of fanners and consequently will booome, tho market centre for Northern Alberta. Poe
diftric! possesses rioh eoal Minos, is oloao to rivers and lakes end large forests aro easily accessible from this
pdint.; yhese,' ustnral rosonroos insure for the residents of the town, first, low cost of living, and second,
#i��rt tivuiiA6s*i��i swumy, iwu cH����*ti��*�� iu &�� upVoildiig of a terffs ic~=, thss scesilss rslt-bls ro-i estate
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,' This townslto and oontlgnons torrltoty has the rsqulremsat* outlined by large manutaoinrlng concsrns
for Iho location of large factorial- of largo enterprises of any Wud employing large numbrrs of psople. The
rivers and lakes famish water,; tho opal fields and forosts furnish fuel and cheap bnlldlug material, the fine
farsAing lauds furnish farm products, enabling the residents to live at a low oost.
j ' ' The town is located nn tbo main lim�� of a transcontinental railway, assuring the neoessary transportation
fscllltle*. Those combined condition!- will furnish cheap labor, one of the most Important features of n manufacturing centre.
Poe townsite was reoently placed on the market and already over 200 lots have been sold, nnd many' of
fcheBe lots have already changed bands at a ���substantial inorease in prioe, Moat of these lota were pmrohased by
representative business men throughout Canada, who are now profiting hy their foresight.
Tho townsite is high and dry and very suitable for building purposes, (
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is nseloss unless yon possess the courage to not., Yon wight poseose great wisdom, you might tend a good deal
or travel muoh and thus seo all kinds of opportunities to make money, bnt unlets yon have the eourago to net
on your judgment and wisdom all of these desirable qualities are entirely -useless.
Lots in Poo nro a good investment at present prices. The town is bound to grow rapidly. Owing to Ihe
easy terms of payment you have tho ability to buy nnd if yon do not hay now it ie beoanse yon nre lacking in
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ITor ^that's, his business.:: Aiid:  after ye|rs of tending shop in foreign  parts Mr. Ledoux returns to his native heath to tell fellow-Canadians  that business men_ could, if they  would, ������������������: make international /iwars' a  ibing of the dim arid mistyJ'pas������YY;  Mr. Ledoux is.'the young Canadian  gentleman who --first acquired fam,e  in Pra^e, Bqheroia. bj"putting" the  cb^ulary^v|c^iAher^|i|)n a business  basis.   JHe Wd7^away *with the "Cir-  ffl  IC  Fan  of-Exquisite  Workmanship   Pre-  A sented, by^jf^nmakers* ACorrif*any||������-.  ..:'-' A magnificent-fan, for Her Majepyi  Queen Mary's  use at the eorpnat^rij  t'next-'--June,   i3   being   made   by -wthe-  Fanmakers' Company  at Honiton, in  Devonshire,  Eng.   It will be largely  of the famous lace produced in  that  place, having the royal coat-of-arms,  and  the, symbols   of, the  four ^countries ' in; the V United ; Kingdom, v rich ly  .worked   in  the  centre.    It  is' to  he  i mounted upon a tortoise-shell!; handlei  i chased,   and  bearing the  crown arid'  I royal cypher in gold.v The.designis;  I rich   and   dignified,} aiidY^Vdoubtv  when completed, it will be deserving  of a permanent place/aniongpthe.royal  treasures.' Vy7'- A'-A, .%} X'yy -..y'y''y   AAA.  Carrying  ordu* the  idea,A synxbolised  by his use of a stole AatV&theAcbrdrisi  tion,   similar   to "thatv:wbrriyby Athe  clergy, that the King of England is  anointed to  a;^ semi-spiritual position  in the .xealmVasyshepherd'-.ahd'" guardian of- his "people, this mantle is very  like   the   cope,   part   of   the   official  dress of  the priests   and  bishops  of  the   GhuTch,   in   processions,   and   at  the Sacrament of the Holy Communion,',; .When,, laid  out. flat, iJL has  the  form  of a semi-circle,  and it  is fas-';.  ieried,   when'  worn, by  a' clasp 'or  "morse" in front.  It is made of cloth of gold-woven of  plate-gold threads worked upon silk.  It was desired to obtain for the cloth  of gold a peculiar shimmering appearance,  so that in any light and from  Aany  point3 of iviewV the^clpth  should  AglitterV and-Aspirkle'ii with-'ysplendid' effect. YA Jvery -great: humhe'r of specimens of cloth were made, submitted,  and   rejected   before  the one   finally  adopted    was Ytpproved;    XJpon -the  doth of ������old is embroidered a design7  of laurel leaves forming a*background  rather    Subservient    to  --the ^general"  adornment of the robe/which cdrisisis  of   emblems A embroidered   in  various)  colors.    Tliis back-^>������rid; is pro<lucedi  by fine stitches of various silks used  in emblems, and these stitches again  are covered over, with sUye^ and gold  threads,? the   whole  being drawn   to-  " gethei/iVwith  an ^outline of���������fine  gold.  The .'background   was introduced   because the cloth of gold alone would  hays .b������������n , too   monotonous   in   its  spleridbir,   and  also  because  the em:  Author Is Against City Changing'Its  ,., ine Old Indian Name.  Rudyard Kipling has written a char-  ���������ir-.  acteri  letter'to the citizens of Medicine - Hat on being informed that the'  city contemplated changing its namo.  He assumes that the reasons actuating  the citizens are that the name Medi-  ialmjuh 5 unitr km  GARVIN   OF   THE   OBSERVER  GUIDE, OF   UNIONISTS.  IS  ina    TT'  ��������� cine   Hat  has  become   aVstock Aipke  among the newspapers as ''the place  which   brought \ blems could not be embroidered up-  TJRB.\IN LEDOt-X  enmlocution Office,**   and established  a system���������a    system  results.yvVTo?VEk^emia   merchants   he } on ^e 5urfaCe with satisfactory.effect,  ibecame- known"as'^the'>-'<������mmercial j without  the   -orovision  of; siome  suo-5^  doctor.   By his system he was always | ordinate scheme of decorati<m>  ������������������rende^ii^fti^^  weak in trade.    If a trierb&ant fotirid j the  last :'corbriaEonY'^  ihe was not getting aii that he should I R0val   School  of   Art  Needlework   at  out of his importing and exporting he j South Kensington, of which Princess,  went, to Mr. Ledoux, who opened his    Christian    of    Schleswig-Holstein   is!  cabinet, rah his thumb down a long  list of fyled cards^ and prescribed.  Two years ago Mr. Ledoux found  Jiis system -working so perfectly-that  iie resigned. He had not been out of  ������ job a minute when he was asked to  eystematize and index the nations of  the .world.  '���������-.He's on (the   job now. arid, a   few  tlays ago, he came back to Canada to  "tell  the  people   how    he   is Ygetting-  along;,;- Amcng3t other things-he said  .}ie-.?,b^V^.ec.ij4.ed;.rthat������...as.u.iopn as the  -. syst8mT?*''������^^  T?cnW cease and all international differences would .be settled by comoiis-  ������ion. He -argued that great anna-  anerits could neither win nor destroy  trade, arid quoted the cases of small  European nation?,, such as.Switzer-  land, Holland arid Belgium, to prove  liis interesting contention.  , ;     ~    ~     ���������    ' - ,. -.       ;   ;      ' .y-jy-yix  Trousers and-Round Hats.  The . Quaker dress which .Joseph  Pease wotc in Parliament until his  retirement in 1841 included knee  breeches,;, (or trousers were banned by  the stricter riieiribers" of that %'^'ct" until the middle of the nineteenth century. Round hats, too, they regarded  with disfavor for many years, and  ���������this objection was shared by John  Wesley. These hats, which originated in Prance, were introduced into  [England by some of the dandies about  1780, When the innovation began to  spread among all classes Wesley, who  woio a wig and a cocked hat to the  3ast, said in one of his "Conferences,"  ".I do not like my preachers to wear  round hats. They look too buckish."  ������������������London Chronicle.  president.. All. the materials used are:  of British manufacture. The cloth of  gold was ordered by the ARoyal Sch<661A  frpm the Spitalfields Association, ;thej  actual makers bein������ Messrs. Warner,,  of Braintreev Essex.  The Watts Who Waited.  The Christmas waits" were doirig  their best, to create discord in the  nieighbbrhood, when, a local wag ap-;  proached the leader.  i "Iisee-you*reristrangers::TOUiid;;vhs?s,  aren't you?" he asked*.  "Yes," answered the leader. "We  thought we would touch up tbis quarter, as the residents seeiri"to be a bit  classy in this part."  "Well," said the wag, "I'll put you  onAii good thingi   Come with me.J*  Six  men  followed ......him obediently.  They stopped opposite Va.;very largo  house, apparently occupied by a rich  gentleman.  "Here is a man-who,-loves music.  If you play on for an hour or so I'm  sure he will pay you handsomely."  The waits had played themselves  alrnost out of "breatRYwhen the'night'  policeman a^iroached, laughing convulsively.  "What are you laughing at, sir?"  demanded the leader.  ??Why, man," answered the policeman,, as, he clung to rtho railing for  support, "you are playing before a  deaf and dumb  institute."  where the  weather  comes from.  ;. Ayresident wrote Mr.  KiplingVtell-  .ving .yhim of the proposed: change and  "setting   forth   that  the   name   was  a  translation of the old Cree nameVof the  place.and rich in Indian tradition.  Mr. Kiiplihg in his reply -told Vthe  citizens Vto'hold joyously arid 'proudly  tov the 'present name of the town,  whichyhs declares, "has .alLhell for a  baseEoeijt," andvigoVforthfas^Athe-orily  cityV officially recognized as capable of  freezing out the United States. He  thinks Medicine HatVcariAWell afford  to.-bear such .tt-'riameVwhen-Vhelreineirir  bers a few places in the United States,  such as Schenectady, Tonawanda,''-G6-  hoes, Poughkeepsie, Podunk, Schoharie, Potomac  and Oneonta.  Mr. Kipling also wrote: 1#AJ  ���������., ButAit is people and not prospectttscs  , that make ,citig������,. arid time has sanctir  fled the queer syllables With memories  and association for millions of our  fellow creatures. Once on a time thfe^A  places were young and new and; iu"  process  of making themselves.  That is to say, they were ancestors  with a duty to posterity, which duty  they  fulfilled   in   handingYrin Athelr:  names intact, and Medicine Hat is today an ancestor, not a deriyative; nor  a   colliBJfcerar,   but>.thei founder  ofAAa  ;line,.yYv Yyyy. Xxyxyy -.-,������������������ yyk^-y   '"Vy.iy-y  ;; VTj> my; mind 4he ;nam������Vof ^Medicine  ,j|l������ has h^^VadvantageiVoyeryalliAthe  Anjajqaes I 'have quoted.   It.."'eehbea-,.Ka*i  Vypjiv so justly put it, the old Cree arid  ABjackioot tradition ofj red mystery'Vaivd  romance that once filled Vthe prairies;  aliso it hints, I venture to thinky at  the magic -that imderlies the city in  the shape of your'riatural::g&&yy  Believ^VtneA the very ��������� riame is an* asset arid 'as - yiearis ^go ;bri; willy becbriie  more and more of ;j^ asset. Vit-hiassri6'  duplicate in the w<>rld.f Itjmakes m'en-  ask- que^tiorisiV:?trid^ "las7- T: '-kne'WV'vmoreV.  than���������������������������t^p>^ehtyA^ar&,a^V���������d*awst^te;::^  of the y^uug Vineri'fow^  pV.It -has the ^  *iri3ividu ality,. Aassobiati&ri''vari,d'i'^W'3.r^  VSb*>vevi all, it: iS the^'li^ful.'Vprigirial ���������  sweat and dust won name of the city,  MndstoV chSn^Ait^wOT^d^iK-t^ri^^  luck of the city, to disgust and dishearten   old-timers   not   in   the   city  albiieVbut therwbrld"over,-'and;;tb advertise abroad -the city's lack- of faith  : in: -itselfix.X.yy-y x' xX:Xx, ~,yXxyXxy..yy  ,.cVIMtany  western   .tops   are.  getting  tire^fef the. old names given them by  the*'frontiersmen; and mariy. "outsiders  are afraid they -will adopt ne'W names.  Rat Portage now, soundsylike a,sleeping car or an apartment, house. Ken-  ora' is^ its name, to the disgust of those  who would- have they last great .west  retain; the picturesque. A  Moose %Taw thus far holds true to  the old. So do Drinkwateri Saskatche-"  wai������ivasd-SinchersVCreek, Alberta, and  White Fishr^ntimd.7      'r*y  The Man Who Stands Behind Arthur  Balfour and Primes i !im Up on  Tariff Reform Is the Deviser of ihe  Referendum Scheme ��������� He Is a  Clever Writer and Has a Great  Future  In Britain.  Who is Garvin? has been asked often enough lately by those who,do  riot know the rather strange and  passionate man of the pen that sat behind Mr. Balfour and the Tory party  during tho recent election , campaign  in Great Britain, Garvin has acquired both meri* nnd fame. He is primarily the editor of The Observer,  whose weekly articles, writt n sometimes in letters of flame, wore a sort  of beacon to the Tories. The power  of the pen has beon mightier than  that of the tongue. Mr. Balfour needed AGarvin. 'Tho master of dialectics  Arid tlie author of "Foundations of  Belief" has had his own intellectual  troubles of late Tariff Teform has  given hini most of the trouble. Gar-  viri lias given tho Tory Is&der a good  sbalre of what solace and encouragement ho has had.  Garvin was the man at Balfour's  elbow at a. most critical and precarious stage of Ythe V political Y game;  when Mr. Balfour, who intellectually  does not believe in tariff .reform :,o������  its abstolute merits,ywas forced;jto believe in it for the sakeVioif the; party  he was leading. Mr.������������������Balfoury-found  himself facing a: curious dilenima.  There seemed but orie w.iy ;out. : That  was. to  advise  submitting^the policy;  of tariff reformytoYa referendum.  When this politic V stroke - becstmeA incorporated in the 'Balfour vprogram���������-  DRIVING OUT DISEASE DEVIL.  Ceremony: of  Mangs,  One of  Lowest  '  Indian Castes.  One of the lowest castes in India ia  the Mang, concerning whom .a writer  says:    "Of all the practices in which  the Mangs have "a-pa'rt^perhaTjpV the";  most significant is that which has rey;  ference to ceremoniesl'^f 'riddarice' in;  connection    with; f'fepidemics. V Such  ceremonies would "seem to have beeiri  universal ,at   one v.time   oic-^ another;  axnong all.;;p^imitiy^|peoT-������l,es;? arid ate  apparently V^I'l^p^'S^er^, kin4fc  Either  the '"'disease devil'   is drivan;  forth by force with. ,vniuc]h,v uproar or)  IjieV is:-periisuaded"?b^|iqiethV&dsS^f"* kind-'  xiess  andWprbpitiltiSa^iolTenSayiB his;(  Vrinwelcome     presence..    The   |latteri  !method isveiriployed.in certainiparta;  ofythe Deccan.and on such occasions,  the Mangs ;pla*$*V Oil imp^rtarif"|p&rt. A ���������  ���������V  "A riifflethufialb, purchased|by tne  contributioris*vof me viHageV'is led to  the   temple- of   Mar Ai.^the  goddess  specially,isas^ciated|V^i|hA| epidemic  diseases.     AVvptfa^l^crmSri   isy then  dressed to represent" the goddess, red  paint is applied to her forehead and  the horns and flanks. of   the  buffalo  and   a processipnj is .formed,-headed  by the woman ' arid   by the"'��������� buffalo,  whichi is usually-Vledv by Mangs;    In  front yofv the    buffalo    walk   Iseven  Mangs,-each bearing "an-earthen ware  pot containing a mixture of four. in-  ioxicating ydrugs V-and^jseven; kinds of  -yii'A'jl;- ��������������������������� ���������<������������������������������������" ���������'������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������' *?.   ���������'��������� ������������������--.���������' -������.--.^������.-J-...--k \:xtK,,:i,>'KX-i  .-grain.-  ..���������:.���������.., .' -  "The buffalo is ciit with a sword  and a hole is -piercedAin p.ne after  another of the jars?-so that as the  procession circumambulates the .village its passage *is marked by. a trail  of A blood and of the liquid dropping A  from the jars. Gn Vreachirig once  more the temple of the goddess ..the  buffalo is killed and the woman, who  all, the time is forbidden Vtov look behind her,V drinks of its blood: The  head of the buffalo is then; buried  before Vthe -griddess;" ^XyXXyXXyy-Yyi X-yX  vAyTwo.. -yonng .,'^pip.e]b^^yi^^  great friends in theirryduth metsafter-yV  the lapse of manyV years." -yTheyV hadLV;  much to tell and toAbe^iT oi ^^hatVV  had^happfeired' in;^^?,in^  ' -Bbthhadibeeri" m^  other things^;one Vs-ajd'tf-V^o;^^^^  live in Africa oh ari! ds'tricli farmi arid;  my -husband is,; often.three whole.;days-  at,.a,V.tinie'.'briV7'anVvo9|rioK?'"- "'.y-"!y:'"'--A:  'Oh,    that's    nothing,"7    said    ther  jotheff.?' '*MyVh^isbandfis^riften^wajjTV  fthreev whole ^we/eHs'*-'Mi-*a?^time--^n''V'ai:':'  flarici!^j?^' "  T->>t.V?i^^';lS.j^*,,*-S**.,^VrJ'.  "How  is  the  new.    filing    systemrY  vSriccesfe ?"' asKear'tKe^'aigrirbf*m^ri������gr^  vchajvt^q, whom pg ^ad'i-soldi ������a^|ys������;V  Vteiri" =iriew/d#y^^f^fVJ.v^^^v-7-%  -   "Great!" Vsaid the.Vmerchant. 'Y'    i  "Good!" saidi.;.the;<:iagent, rubbingA  his hands.   *'VArid*,hpw^ isv^busirie^?*' |  "Business ?"Vechoed ihe Ymgfchantt  "Oh, we have sioippt"d*buii'riiSs, to ati-  Iteridytq'. the-filing syst^m^|g,J|^t' y|.  I     A Salute on Borrowed Powder.  Once upon a time his Britannic  majesty's ship, Pearl swept impres-  Bively into the road's at Delagoa Bay  flying the Union Jack. But never a  whisper of tho usual gun salute greet-  ed the British warship's entry. Just  ������s her commander was about to go  inshore to learn the reason for this  enpposed insult a natty little gig put  out from the fortress landing place.  Its oarsrrien presented arms as" the  .commandant of the fort ascended  ihe gangway to the captain's bridge.  f.'Sir," the Portuguese officer panted,  "we are all out of powder. If you  ���������will lend us a littlo of yours wc Bhnll  |>e honored to give you tho salute you  sure entitled to."  ' ���������  ni  .i, j  i        Took Tim* by.the Forelock.  Two cronies from a Scottish village went to Glasgow for a day'B  holiday and, after imbibing freely  all day, found themselves in a condition far from capable. "Come awa'  io the train, Jock," said one. "Noo  -fears," replied the other;, "I'm gaun  to stay hertf a' nieht.** " Further- ef-*  forts to Induce Jock to go home prov.  ing unavailing, his friend eaid at  Jest, "Weel, Jock, If you're no gaun  home send a telegram to the wlfo to  eay you lost the lost train," "That's  V richt," replied Jock. "I sent that  At dinner time I"���������Dundee Advertiser.  ���������        l    m>m,    m 1.���������IN. i���������im ��������� ������������������n.mu.MM III.  ���������Ill*���������  Jutt   Dissolved.  "So you  broke   your   engagement  with Miss Spcnsiver  -No,  I didn't break it."  \ *Oh, sho brok������ it."  ^������������������No, she didn't break it."  ? "But it is broken?1"  "Yen, sho told rne what her clothing cost, and 1 told her what my income wuh; then our enRaR'nwnt sug-  ge.l in the middle and ucntly dis-  eolvfyl."  The   Moon.  Of 1,000 pnrtH ol tho rv������on 570  vi������<iI. o ui np on thn onrth and  parUt remain hid duo abt.o!u*4������'y.  or6  42-t  Rolls ef Rice^  The most iirip'ortnnt of the ^agricultural industries of India is the cultivation of rice, of which a number of  varieties' are produced, differing in  sise, shape nnd color of grain as well  as in suitability for culinary .purposes. More than 70,000.000 acres are  annually put under ribe in India.  One of the varieties grown is peculiar  in that it is too glutinous to be boiled  in the ordinary wny. This difficulty  is avoided hy boiling it in bamboo  tubes, and after being; thus prepared  it is left in'the tubes to be eaten cold,  especially by travelers. When tho  rice is to be eaton the bamboo is  peeled off and a long roll of rice appears, which forms an excellent, substitute for bread.  The Dissyllabic SeetJ-y ;  The difficulty of rhyming to  "gifl" is mainly due to the varieties  of its pronunciation. It is never pronounced, as it is so often conventionally written, "gall," brit one often hears "gell," with a hard "g."  Moreover, in Scotland, though it is  as woll no-i to 'm'oritibn ilie'tact to a  Scotsman, it consists of two syllables  ���������"gurrcl." Tho other day it was  pointed out to a Scotsman that the  name of his national pout wna a dissyllable iri Ayrdshirb. "Hoot awa'!"  he said, or words to that offoct. "Bur-  runs two syllables! Abaurrudl"���������  London Chronicle.  The Name Quaker.  A London writer says thot tho name  Quaker "sprang from tho lips of a  local Junticn Shallow," Tho man was.  ona Bennett of .Derby. Tho name  was a glhe at Gebrffo Fox, who onco  declared |n tho justice's court that  all ought'to "qunko" at hearing tho  mime of God, The. Society of Friends  originally called thomnelves Seekers  ���������a moro beautiful and also more obvious but much leas picturesque term.  Fodder-  *  Money to Burn.  "Hear    about   olimnti  shuckuP    He  went  tor  th'  city  an  ecimi- back with money to burn."  "Yo don't sayp"  "Yep.    Bought a thousand dollars'  woocUt La a ten dollar bill."  ..'....- .. Slandering Kingston.    ���������' ^ V  The residents of Kingston" always resent the title "Kingston Periiteritiary,"  which the Dominion Government has  bestowed upon one pi its famous institutions;" The Penitentiary is not  now J; nor hasleveir been, in Kirigston.  It isAiri-portsiriouth, anVadjoiiiing village^ Yet Kingston gets a notoriety  from the "Peri" which the "R.M.C. arid  Queen's cannot overcome.  An incident occurred the other day  .at. Copper���������Cliff .which illustrates King:  ston's sad fate. The time-keeper at  a mine there is a former Kingston-  boy. A foreigner, a laborer in the  mine, asked the time-keeper where he  came from.  "Kingston," answered the young  man, with pardonable pride.  The laborer brightened up and said,  "My fodder live dere. Did'you know  my fadder?"    v  "I don't know." replied the timekeeper.   "What did he do?"  "Oh, he kill a man. He go dere for  five years���������been dere two now."  The time-keeper' believes that the  man was too polite, to ask what he had  dope. ; , . .."'-._  A   New .Impresario.  B. K. Sandwoill.'of Montreal, is the1  publicity agehV'pf the Montreal Musi-'  cal Society, the only thing of its kind'i  in Canada and the pioneer opera cora-i  pany north of the boundary. Sand-;  well is not more to be congratulated I  than tho hackers of the company���������-;  in thoir ohoice of so persuasively alert?  a man to Vropjresgnt their project to I  the public, fnenebt'Mir. Sand well is^j  manager of tho company; a task forf  which ho has abundant gifts by na-"  turo and experience. Ho is an Eng-,  liKh-Canadlan. who learned tho Art cti  smooth writing in England boforo hoi  camo4to,Canada.. A few.years ago he*  was MltotiaT .Writer jh The Toronto^  Nowortrtiih 'which1 hb'! wont'^ to- The1-  Herald in Montreal. He Ib fortunate^  in having so agreeable a job as that;  of the man between tho Now Montreal^  Opera Oo. and the Canadian public:  This la a job requiring a more than,  usual cotribiDation of qualities. In;,  dealing with -people" of temperament  one 'muet'taot nirowli have too much'  tempentnient. * Sondwoll .has > that-4  suavely under control.  A New Naval Menace.  During tho oummer of 1007 the German armored cruiser Bremen visited  Montreal, remaining a week or two,  and many citizens took advantage cf,  ������tho opportunity to ������co what this:sam-  plo of Germany's'.sea-going, fighting  maohinery-4ooke4 Hko;' .  yyy-  Amontf tr/(am wan-one of Canada's  bnddlng>olvU ,onglnciers.;.wl^ t ������oi������'  punion. Thoy wore nortlcularly im������  prPHRftd bv the. masstvo and wicked  looking nnlid Rtcel ram that projected  from tho bow, coming to a point just  at tho water line.  . They stood staring for some moment;" at thin tc-rriblfl bonk. ow-. of  them pricing off on tho whnrt tho  length nt the ram. Then ns they hhuii-  tcrod away tho young *nginof<r voiced  his pent-up feelings, "My, that would  tear a follow'* panls. wouldn't it?"  jyiu:GABymyvy xy. :-y: ,..y;,,  it waslinairily Garviri thatAtufried the  trickVY Garviri took ;'Vup";-;lh'e-'5re*ereri-.'  dumvhard and he made it the-subject  of a?"large number of most brilliant  andVfuliginbusp articles Vin^-The; Observer. /He .believed Vin it���������asV tactics.  He also had his troubles getting Mr.  Balfour to proclaim it.yThe "leader  hesitated. In Manchester among the  ycottonites as the result of a -Tory  "conference he decided to Varinounce  Vthe referendum; But-;Athe speech prepared by Mr. BalfourVhadn't a syllable about iti A copy had been sent to  The Times. Meanwhile a' wire came  from Bonar Law, most powerful cham.  -pion of tariff reforrn,. saying that unless Mr. Balfour should1 announce referendum his. own case was hopeless  in northwest Manchester. Just as  Mr. Balfour was about to step on  the platform���������arrived Garvin; who  insisted that the referendum passage  must go in.  Nevertheless, Bonar Law and tariff,  reform, Balfour arid Garvin, and all  were beaten  in  Manchester.-  But Mr. Garvin had at least made  for himself still more of -a reputation  as a remarkable writer.. He . is an  expert on economic questions, on  which he has written a great deal outside The Observer. H������ was for eight  years concerned in the management  of The Newcastle ChronicleA About  tho beginning of the Boer war ho became leader writer on Tho Daily  Telegraph. Five years ago he went  on the staff of The Outlook, which  he edjted.,on* Rtrpng,Imperialist lines.  Ho. ie,stillyhiit,'a ,'yourig- man,' arid unless ; all his signs'are Wr6rigv will develop! into a great pdlltlbal power of  tho'-'pen;.'.'.. < ' ��������� x--x-xy'.yYy,.lix ��������� ,,- -.y-V-,-  ^���������MMMM^M������nHMMM������a������-B^SSSH^M^MMS>    4  ':���������.!���������':.'As He Should Be.  "After you've been two weeks in  tho house with one of thoso terribly  handy men that ask their wIvca to be  sure and wipe between the tines ot  tho forks, and that know justvjiow,  muoh raising bread ouzht to have,  and how to hang out a wash so each  })lcco will get-tho boat Bun, It's a real  oy to got back to tlie ordinary kind  ot man. ' W, ^is" 'sot" :Mrt. Gfer-  Notes on  New Knightsyy  V :Kihg George hasvcelebrat&d Ahisv first  New Year   as"   sdvereiigri   byiVaddirig'  handles to the names of many gifted  ���������persons.- :y,yx yyy.y  yOne of the..best V linowri- Vis VVSir!'  Joseph Lyons, who A supplies 400,000  people withnieals every day.Y  "What would you dp," he was once  ssked.V'if you were tenV tiines as?rich  as Rockefeller?" VV       '���������'*��������������������������� XyX'y.Y  "I would cover England with free  hospitals," was his prompt reply.  Henry J. Wood, ;thc famous vAcon-.,  ductbr, is another who exchangesVthe  commonploce "Mr." for the distinguished "Sir." He insists on silence  while he is, presiding.pover.-.his. orchestra. On one occasion, at Queen's  Hall, when Mr. Answers was present,  a baby up in the gallery cried so  persistently .that; the .conductor ,laid  down his baton and left the platform.  The audience hadVto choose betwberi  him and the baby. And they did-n-to  the fond mother's indignation. \x'y.  Cricketer, athlete, K.C.. M.P... and  now, knight, Arthur Priestley is the  central figure of a fund of good  .stories. .���������- ���������'..'���������'��������� -     ..���������'���������.-..-���������>���������  During r\ recent-election meetings a.  particularl-f irritating, heckler particularly' irritated Mr. -Priestley, who  turned on him suddenly with the do-  mand, "If you were in my place, and  I was to interrupt,you, what' would  you ���������'dbP" "; - ���������'U ^'l&t > ������v Y" -' ��������� y  "I'd jolly well knock you downl"  shouted the  heckler.  To which the athletic candidate re-  torted; -:,..) i nii-.tu. Y ���������>.&������( i,������ " .; ���������:-.������������������. 4.*,; ^  "Then kind^y;.step..jap,l,:,l-, ftJt-y^v ���������,'  . ...;V.W , Frlepd of .Kings..,,,.",.,,'A';,  T/ird; Farquhar, who.* ��������� as vtchai^rman  of iho League of Mercy,. has; received,  0 letter from King Gborgo ^pre^sing  his interest in tho good work which  tho League is doing, was for many  years King Edward's adviser on all  iriuttiirn relating to Hip..Majesty's pri.  v'at<\,C',fihan^.������lp,'<l ^ridfthhBiriesfl^ofiair.B.  It was,"Lrird Farquhar who, when  King Edward ofconded tho throno,  discovered that many abuses had  crept, intQi,tho, ,wo-rklpg of,tho .royal  *������������������  *.  &  *;  *  '*���������  >':  *'  *  :���������*:  *  *  .-Y,.... ,'.'.. ;v ;Y....;'... ..������������������,-...' ,,;-.v������*.r'Y^-^"-^y7-'i������.^Y^yTt^  y- .  MAKEv.V.VTEETH!N.aYy:VV*-  '-������������������yy-^pfif^^  p'TeiBthirig rviimems������^|K|f^v  -tirrie%icarixiety* to" mSthiaFs.mi 1 %  tliis  time baby becomes cross,  restlessy and : rierypusA y.-His;V  gums pains him, heVis,tfqjib]ied*  with constipation ^brV diarrhoea,  spasms,    colic  or  convulsions.  His little life isiri dasiger unless   a medicinei-j  given hiin  tb keep his^stomalchySWeetfVahd,  spure and -his   bowels yregulary  Such   a   medicine nis-  Baby's  Own    Tablets.   ,; Nothing Yean  equal them during   :the"Ateeth-.  , ing period.,. They haveV lessened Vthe Worries;of:ihpusaiidsXpt:;  mothersv * V A.moiig iKeriiV isVMt^S  WYA^YYbadbn; Halifax^iS^g  ,whb writes:fr"X^'haveV^uSedASi^,.  ^rither Vriiedicinie'- Xd oR^bahy^ft'fe-'������*::-  ' ������������������BaTby>s7v',Ow^^^^  would not be; ;^ withoutVVtbOTi^v  * Last summer; baby - wasrgreatlyA  * v troubledAwitlr? his;teethVtintilA IV  * gave bim the; Tablets, y They v  * helped  him  arid  now/he is; a'  '���������*; Vbig healthy child." AyThe Tab-  ~������ ������������������ letsVare sold OByA riiedicine) deal-  *'"; ers" or at 125 cerits''" a bo������ frorri  .*���������'-���������'The.   Dr.    Williams'  Medicine  * Co., Brockviiie, Ont.       y      V  ���������j^.        ���������    -,. ..-. ..,. ... ^-y ...--,-       'y.y-y  *-A  *V:'  *,������������������;'  *="  Jfc  *:���������������������������.  '*".  *'.';.'  JicA.  :*V  -iifc7  :*^'  '*Vv  7*v  *='-:  ������*'���������  ���������*������������������  ������������������*'���������  jfc.  {*:  *--*,.*..;*. *;i������e 'iit.:^;*";* * *.^���������*v*c*������*'  Information Withheld     y^  ��������� Tommy had not ^attended?   Sunday  School for some weeks Y yAVy-iV  He had been bathing instead.    Qri  meeting his teacher she reriioristrateS  with him sadly, ihus-.Y 'A AV-V-yAyVfY.-  '   "Toriimy, do you know where little--  Kbiys go who bathe-oiV Sundays?"  Ag ; V  1 "Yes,"   said  the ������������������> knowingi Tommy,  ���������'but you can't come, iniss;, girls oiriffe  allowed>" ' yxyXXAyyy0Xxyy>y:  yotr oan  !���������,,y^y���������c:v���������;;yyVffir^^^EAliS.  about the things he's meant to havo  sense about, but when it comes!- /to  keeping houao I'Uk'b to nee him real  helpless, the way the Lord planned  to have him!"  Did   Net   Work   Both   Ways.  Mr. George Jones, II.A., a painter  of battle pieces, etc., who died some  years ago, specially ^prided himself on  his resemblance to tho Duko ot Wellington and, used to dress up to tho  character. Some one mentioned the  likeness to tho duke and added. "It  must be groat, lor people in the  street of ton speak to him for your  grace."; "Very slrango," muttered  tho great man. "No ono over spoko  to mo for Mr. Jones I"  Bsnevolencs.  There cannot ho a more glorious  object In creation than a human bt������-  ing, ronletn with bonuvoloiicu, iiiidi-  tatlng in what manner ho might render himfteW inowt acceptable to bit  creator by doing most good to his  creatures.���������Fieldtna.  brought "to 'an end. ' Lord' Farquha'-  is, in (ivory way, n' man of the wdrld,  and; say hia friends, has boon so from  boyhood. At ileast,, thoy toll, a stpry.  of his walking into a,villifgo school  near Crohibr on his tenth birthday  and in a lordly way demanding t<>  inspect tho children's writing. The  copybooks were laid out and inspect-  ed, and then the youthful critio said,  "Woll, boys, I can't say muoh tor  your work, but us it's. my birthday  you may all tako ' a holiday from  now." in one minute tho school; had  cleared.  Tha first national Thanksgiving may  he said to havo boon the one offered  up at St. Paul's Cathodral, London,  for the defeat ot*the Spanish armada,  September, 1888. The-English settlors  in this oountry naturally adopted tho  custom of their native land, and at  nn early period in our colonial history ThanttRglving beoamo ouite oom-  mon. Thu iriMlllutlon may ho eaid to  ho tho natural outgrowth of human  nature and has probably existed tn  some form or other' from tho earliest  titStos,  No doubt ior question as to the heaJ-  ������������������   ing power of y ||:'-y  Xpt. CHASE' ������ OINTMEM|T  To people who have used interrial  treatment in an effort to cure eczeriiaV  it is almost beyond belief what hoite-  fit can bo obtained by a few applioa-  tittris'of-this'i'bbothirig^ healing oiittt-  m'enty"  xyy x>yx u a ��������� .-*,* || -  '   ItiiBi seldom that the. ^00,5,186" of be-    .... .;������������-.  $6#bd up. -fe'V-  lieso resultsv are Jisecufdd "by ,WC''  ubo of Dr. A. W. ChdsW Ointmejiit.  Tho itohing Is relieved a\iribBtin8ta'rit-  ly, and you will ho surprised at the  healing which will ','$#&,' place over-  night. k x .Ax ...   L;   .  A littlo pationcb ; arid porsistpnt  treatment with Dr. Chase's Ointment  will givo you moro practical and oe-;  finite roBults than a whole lot ot dbs-  irig with internal medicines. You oam  saobow *tho Ointmopt', ,^ealB. The  other is guoBflwork, , w      j;     ���������������������������:���������'   xx  Mr. Gooi Potorson, SbuthTBay, Ont.,.  writes:-1-"! i^iah" tbvbb'mrrtunicnto<to>  you tho groat bonafltM roooivod fron*  using Dr. A. -W. OhPP;Jl Ointment.  For year's I suffered wi^hta great slcm  disoaso on my headi a sort'of eoKomu.  I tried four doctors, giving each is.  fair trial, but got no bettor. Tn fact  tho disoaso Bprond to my loft arm.:  "I saw Dr, Chase's Ointment advertised and began-using it.,... PcrBiBVmt  use of this; trcatmont has untiroly  cured mb, arid I give you a statement  of my coflo with ploasure, as I hope*  thereby to induce some other sufferer  to^try tho same Dr. Chase's Ointment." . ' .  Becauso this ojntment. has made?  Its world-wide reputation by curing"  tlio most Bovoro and 'ongstandintr  cases of f������07,nma and piles; is no reason you should overlook its scores ot  uses in tho relief of Itohing and irritation ot tho skin.  Dr.  A.  W.  Chase's Ointmony 00e  box, at nil doalorrj or F.dmiint-mn,  u  Bates and Co., Toronto.  fS���������*  W. N. U��������� No. 033.  MW;'t'������ii.ti,fU*������,  ThlMisiwJr'iiflitt^7^'T''iffrtftAa'''***''' ���������JFT  **  THE    CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW.  Children Often Need * !affvr:but y<? Tnot ������ t0������  5>*f*^*^*T** .v������*^������* ������-������������,.������.<������.  careful what yoU give them.   Harsh^  . purgatives injure the bowels and pave the way for  ..lifelong troubles.   The new  evacuant' In V������siwt������-*>j'sflflTsWI^WF t YL* Mi a ^  rr^tci:  does the work most  .  effectively without Irritating the bowels  orcausing any discomfort.   The children like them for they taste  llica candy.   One of the most popular of the NA-DRU-CO preparations.  '   25c. ��������� box.  If your drueeist has not yot stocked them, send 25c and wa will mall them. 20  National Dratud Chemical Company ������f Canada, Limited,       ������       ���������       Montreal.   nm   I  LOADED BLACK  K0WD������B-  Where  Silence  is  Golden  A tourist called at an inn in Donegal and ordered a roll and butter and  some tea. It was brought, and on cutting the rollMie found a black beetle  in the middle.  "Here!" he called to the waiter,  "Take this and show it to the proprietor."  "I wouldn't be afther showing it to  the propriethor, if I were you, sor,"  said Pat.  "Why not?" inquired the tourist.  "Terrible mane man the proprietor  is, sor, shure, he'll be chargin' ye for  a mate tay."  Burn   Caused   Open   Sore  Zam-Buk Worked a Wonderful Cure.  MSMSE^  for CQUCH5 l> Co  enur  wuint  rtiia-ra  sMnicu  nHinco.  THE RED  w  BRAHI  TSUOH MARK REQ. IN U.S. PAT. OFT.  Shoot Strong and Evenly,  Are Sure Fire,  Will Stand Reloading.,  They Always Get The Game.  Fop Sale Everywhere. B  ���������n  a        j  j,     Y/ \ The best equipped factory for pro-  Gounter  Check  Book  Factory  and Offices:  HAMILTON,  ONT.  Company,  :~"'*'^"yA-;    '   "  Limited.  during Counter Check Books  ���������   in Canada.  Capacity  50, 000 Check Books  ��������� ���������   '   =   per Day.  We are supplying the Largest users of Counter Check  Books in Canada with .our  IMPERIAL BOOKS."  (Not in the Trust. 1  APPLEFORD COUNTER  CHECK  BOOK  COMPANY, LIMITED.  It's-the natural bravery of a widow*  -that makes her want to take another  -chance.  Wealth may be within the reach of  -all, but all do not reach it.  Few of us can live up to our ancestors however deep down they are  buried.  Only a fighter or a runner can afford to call a man a liar.  Sometimes a bad burn, a deep cut,  or some similar injury sets up a mere  'permanent injury, in the form of an  open discharging sore- In such cases  Zam-Buk will be found of unequalled  value.  -.-...' "A-  Mr. J. Nixon, of 901 William Ave.,  Winnipeg, a blacksmith atV the C.P,E.  shops; had his foot; badly burned by  ^cme molten metal falling .upon it.  He says: "The burn was a very. bad.  one, arid after the first few days it-  left an open sore, which showed marked signs of blood-poisoning. V Xt discharged freely and caused me terrible agony. For three weeks I suf������  fered acutely and could get ho ease  At last I obtained a preparation from  the doctor, which seemed to stop the  discharging and made me quite hopeful, but finally the wound became as  bad as ever.  "I was then advised to use &m-  Buk, and from the first application  the balm gave me relief. The inflammation was thoroughly chocked, and  the poisonous matter cleared away  in V a' very" short time after beginning  with Zam-Buk. Healing then began  and in less than two weeks the  wound was thoroughly healed."  One of the main lessons of this case  lies right here���������try Zam-Buk first for  any injury, sore, skin disease' or  wound: It is equally good for piles,  blqod<-ppisoning, festering wounds,  chaps, cold A sores, children's eruptions, scalp sores, varicose ulcers,  chilblains, A etc. All druggists and  istores sell at 50c. bos or -post free*  from A Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, upon receipt of price. You are warned  against harmful substitutes and inferior preparations, which yield a  biggervmargin of profit and are some-  timesypushed as being "just as good. "  Nothirig is just as good.  Two'Scotchmen were out walking on  a warm day. Coming to a burn they  decide.d to go. for a wade. When they  had removed their boots and socks,  one of them, glancing at his companion's feetiVexclaimed in awed tones:  "Mighty me, Jock, yer feet are gey  dirty!" v  "Hoot. ' Sandy, mon," responded  Jock, "ye niauna forget Ah'm two  years older than you."  Bible Society Report Tell, of Riddles  Confronting Translators.  Some of the riddles thao have to be  solved before the Bible can be translated into remote and barbaric tongues are cited in that annual wonder  book, the popular illustrated report  of the British and Foreign Bible Society, the 1909-10 edition of which has  just been' issued. How, for example,  can you find a name for "lamb"  among the inhabitants of some island where the only quadrupeds ara  pigs and rats ? How can you Tender  "whiter than mow*' in the dialects of  West Africa, where snow is utterly  unknown.'"A  ������������������       ���������'���������.������������������������������������'������������������   -<yyY-y:Y A-.'  Occasionally, the difficulty is one of  sheer space. Lengua, the speeeh of  an Indian tribe in Paraguay, which  h as been furnished during the; past  year .with the Gospel according to St.  Mark, is so unwieldly that the word  eighteen can only be represented'  thus: 'cS6hogemek-wakthla-mok-emi-  nik-antanthlam.y Literally transr;  lated that .means, "Finished -"my"..  hands, pass to my other foot���������three,":  foi*'"fingeV and toes serve as units.  The word for butter in Lengua is,  *' Waitky-ahamankukingninik-ikpith-  muk"���������which' means, literally, "the  grease of the juice of the. udder of the  COW.'V Ayy vV xy.:; ..'-..;-.  In f^ewV Guinea tha translator wanted .the proper idiom for "far be it  from nie to' do this thing," so he consulted 'an intelligent, catechumen.  "Yes," replied the catechumen, "I  understand exactly. We have the-  precise idiom; wer say,; 'May I speak  to my mother-in-law before I will do  A    western    millionaire    attributes l'*"8 thhl8?' "    F6r *? *������Hat   lanlo!  his success to the fact that he listen-! strange  taboos one of the unpardon-  Executionary  Diner���������"Waiter, kindly remove this  egg."  Waiter~"What shall I do with it,  sir?"  Diner���������"I think you'd better wring  its neck!"���������London .Opinion.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Your druggist will refund money if  PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any  case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or  Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.   50c.  A mother is always outwardly  proud of her baby if it looks like its  father, but inwardly she may regret  it.  Minard's  Liniment   Cures  Cows  Garget   In  The longest column on the credit  side never seems to be able to foot up  as much as a short one on the debit  side.  It Testifies for Itself.���������Dr. Thomas' Eo-  lectric Oil needs no testimonial of its  powers otber than itself. Whoever tries  it for coughs or colds, for cuts or "contusions, for sprains or burns, for pains  m the limbs or body, -well know that the  medicine proves itself and needs no  guarantee. This shows why this Oil is  in general use.  It's possible to    convince    a    man  against his will, but a woman���������never.  AFTER  DOCTOR S  CAIlLTi  B ABM-JBJ  ed to his wife.    Most  have to, anyway.  married    men  WORKED WONDERS  IN THiS CASE  RHEUMATISM AND WEAK HEART  CURED  BY  DODD'S KIDNEY  PILLS  The Doctor helped Mrs. Stephen  Roy, but there was no complete  cure till she tried Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  Rock Mills, Grey Co., Ont. (Special)���������"I must say Dodd's Kidney  Pills worked wonders in my case,"  says Mrs. Stephen Roy of this place.  "I suffered with Inflammatory Rheumatism in my right arm, and though  I tried several remedies the swelling  increased and was very painful. My  hands and limbs were also badly  swollen.'  "I got a doctor and he helped me,  but the swelling never entirely left.  He said it was because my heart was  weak. Then I decided to try Dodd's*  Kidney pills and, as I said before,  they worked wonders."  Rheumatism of any kind is caused  by -.disordered Kidneys failing to  strain the uric acid out of the blood.  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure it by5curing the Kidneys. They also cure the  weak heart by making pure blood and  lessening that organ's work of propelling the blood through the body.  Dodd's Kidney Pills only cure the  Kidneys, but they always do that.  And with healthy Kidneys you can't  have Rheumatism, Lumbago, Heart  Disease, Dropsy or Bright's Disease.  :* When Hall Caine Hit Back A  "Hall Caine is the most abused  writer in the world," said a New York  publisher. "He gets A nothing but  grills and roasts when he'-.brings out  one of those melodramatic novels or  plays of his that Bell so amazingly  well."'*   .    '    ������������������.J-., :vAVY,V,yY.  ''  "Yes, the critics roast* Hall Caine,  but he, too, will often roast' the  critics. One night herein New York  ���������at��������� a dinner attended ��������� by all our best  critics, the little man rising., to a  toast, pushed back the thin auburn  hair from his protuberant brow and  'said ;'���������.'���������*' ".''A''";.'' *. ���������'  "Dear* me, what a lot of A critics  there are here. : It requires very little  ability to find fault. That is why,  I presume, there are so many of you  gentlemen."--New York Sun.  able sins is for a man  to open his  lij i to his wife's mother.  During the past year the Bible Society issued 6,620,000 copies of the  Bible or of parts of the Bible, including translations into six additional languages bearing the outlandish names of. Ongom, Namau,  Houailou, Ponerihouen, Fiu, and  Raga. ,/Each of these languages has  been reduced to written f jrm expressly for this purpose.  For. the subjects of the Emperor  Menelik a complete New Testament  has at last been published in Tigrin-  ya, a Semitic language spoken by 3,-  000,000 people in the Tisrre province  of Abyssinia; while the Korean Bible  rapidly approaches completion. In  Braille type for the blind new books  of the Bible were completed last- year  , in Welsh, Spanish, Italian, Gujarati',.  and two forms of colloquial Chinese.  There are now in existence thirty-one  versions in embossed type for the  blind which the society has helped to  provide.  Radium   Isolated.  Hitherto the metal known as radium  has been certain salts with a radium  basis, such as bromide and chloride;  pure metallic radium has not been  kno^n..        , |������  The "isolation of pure radium has  beeh' accomplished by means of electricity,5 "as'the result'of the unremitting labor of Madame.,Curie^ and her  co-laborer, M. Debierne. Thus isolated radium ,appears as a white metal which alters rapidly when it comes  in contact wiih ihe" air, changing  from white to the condition of black  oxide, t It burns .paper, energetically  decomposes, water, and adheres firmly to iron.  This'is about all that is known so  far of this* mysterious metal. ��������� The in--  vestigators had only one decigranvofj  radium, salt to work with But since  they .sealed , the precious.; metal vinA 4  tube asV soon, as they .succeeded ia  isolating it, they' will be able to study  it at leisure. A"'-' ��������� ''"������������������'   *': " -;-:"'Y |  LydiaE.Pinkhain'sVegeta-  ble Compound Cured Her.  Toronto, Canada!���������"I shall endeavor  to describe to ybu how I felt before I  began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I scarcely knew,,  ���������was to be y/eil. : I bad awful  hearing-down pains  andV usually before  raymonthlyperiods  I suffered terribly  and had to go to  bed. I was not able  to walk across the  floor the pain was  so bad. * I doctored  for a longtime, but  the doctor's treatment did not do me  any good. I gave up  all  hopes of ever  ��������� ^^^^r^-^ibeing; well   again  until one day niyhusband saw the Com-  Sound advertised: in Vthe paper. He  ecided to get me a bottle, and. I am  ' thankful he did.. I had hot taken one  bottie before 1 began to feel better,  and I kept on takingit until now I am-  a different woman. It also helped me  during maternity and childbirth. I  can .thoroughly recommend your.Veg-  etable Compound to any woman who  is afflicted with female troubles."���������  Mrs. J. SJ-Twebdaus, 188 Nassau St.,  Toronto, Canada.  The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound, made from roots  and herbs,, is unparalleled. It may be  used-syithperfqet confidence by-women  who suffer from displacements, inflammation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains; backache,  hearing-down feeling, flatulency, indigestion, dizziness, or nervous prostration.        " -' '���������*���������-"  of aii  Minard's Liniment Cures   Colds, etc.  :���������,.,;.,.(    ��������� '     :- ,-'  Lots of people marry in haste and  repent immediately.  A bottlo of Biokle's Anti-Consumptive  Syrup, takon acoordinir to directions, will  subduo a cough in a short timo.. iThin assertion onn bo verified by hundreds. who  have tried it and are pleased to boar testimony to ito merits no that all'may know  what a splendid medloino it' Ib. It costs  you only 25 cents to join tho ranks ot tho  many who havo boon benefited by ito use.  REST AHD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND 0HIL1  UM.WttfBLOW'S SOOTRIMO SYXOT htt bM������.  wed'orow 8IXTV YBARS tnr -MIZAZOXS of  MOfHSRS for their CHILDREN VHILII  TBKTHINO. with PBKFBCT SUCCHS*. Ii  BOOTMHB the CH1W>. SOKTBN3 the GtTMS  ALLAYS mil PAIN CUKH8 WIND COLIC, mat  U the beat tetnedr for UIARRHCSA. It to *o  ���������olutdr h������nal������M. Be ������ure and uk far "Mr*  WinMowrU Soothing Syrup," *nd Ukc vo otb������rf  Wod.   Tfrcaty-ty* c*at������ a bottl*  RAILROAD       EMPLOYMENT  Positions Guaranteed' Competent' Men  MEN WANTED���������Age 18 to 35, for Firemen  $100 monthly, and Brakemen 380, on aU  Canadian Eailroada. - Experience -nnnece������-  sary. No strike. Promotion to Conductor*  or Engineers. 8150,to ?20O monthly.  Railroad,Employing Headquarters  Over SOO men sent to positions monthly  State age; send stamp.  RAtUWAY A88OOIATION;  Dept. 80S.      227 Monroe St., Brooklyn, N.T.  jjffisan  WN^  Camp Sirajtod **aw'tMk!tf.tiaiA������iM.H*,  r������u B-rtL rutnia, Sarta. Wlra Cula, Brati*  ss;t������S 3*sSlja|:; ;������ssse;������ss.~aB-! *Usy������  Palo Qiitcfcly Wtthast BUalafia������.*ramoring  }o oso. 63.00 iter fiottla at Aaalara or da.  ABSORBING, JR., (mankind J1.W bo*  ..a.IF������(������Stratn*.aan%.VaVletMaValnalVac  loo������tl*,Bydn>o������]c, PWfUIIIU, ktlli p������ta.  aia.lFor Stralna.Oant,  STTL. ������0������������*1������������B*a������>qaJc, PWftaiuu, kllli p������la.  $. F- SGlih's, ?. D. f., 137 Tontt-te St, S-attagfleld, Sase.  ������������������::������������������-. tT**R8, Ud..IftatfMW'CawtfUa'AMati.   -,  lb tamWkta ty ���������Tffhji hoik a wvaaKco7wiaai^Ci  i^i aa������ uEODEasoa eaas. au ttayVeM9������������S?  y)   .,!.;'���������;    -.'.ti    tiin, 9'ii--���������.-.f.iiSI-.i'tj.i v  ",-��������� I.  i<  1  >    l..!.!1-!  Some  men  are  easily  rattled arid  some are hard to shako. ���������  -     I  If a girl can have a pretty face filie  ia willing to fix up hor mind later. ���������  ������n^.wo,i^rrrutt  Unfit  ���������noggfl���������"! know a man who jnlno'd  tho navy and ho can't swim."  Soroggs���������-"That's nothing. I know  a man who went up in a balloon 'md  can't fly." .  An Baa*/ Pill to Tako.���������Borne jiorsonn  have ronusnanoo to nitls bncausn of thoir  nnnsoatlnor tasto. Parmoloo's Vountalilo  Pills aro no proparod as to mako thom  ngroonhlfl to thn moat faNtidlona. Tho  most delicate can take tlidm tvltnout tool-  lne fhfi revnl������I������n thnt /ollowa th#i takinir  of ordinary pllln. Thin in ono. reason  for tho popularity of theso cololirfttnd  -������������������--���������" lfl0n |��������� thoir hlttl  modloino   for   th  pllla hut t.)i������ main reason is thoir hla;h  tontoal quality  stomach.  as  a  ' v;.-J ,Y  "Wliy don't you got mnrried,  Vciiorf" nRked an nc<|iialntanco ot nn  old dnrky.  "Why, brow* you." wns tho answor.  "1'ro got an olo muddftr, ,nn' I has  io do fo' her, sah, an' if I don't hiiv  hat ultotii1 an' ������tockln'n she don't git  none. Now, if I wns tor git mfirrlnrt  I'd hvl to buy 'om to\ my wlfo, nh'  dal'd hn takln' do shops an' stocking right out o' mv muddcr's mouf I"  A Faithful Elephant.  A';naturalist i������!ls an anecdote  Indian elephant which is one of the  best proofs, of,thie sense of the animal  and of its power of communicating  its thoughts. An elephant was order,  ed to drag a' tree Which proved-7 too  heavy for: its strength. It was urged'  and.excited ;to{continue.its efforts tiljl  tlie poor animal broke the chain by  which lit was fastened' and ran awayj  All supposed it had escaped to thq  jungle, where It*wbuld mix with the.  wild--elephants and Abe seen no more.  But in about an hour this faithful  and. sensible servant bf man returq-f  ed, accompanied', by: two other -ele<  phants, and",by*itheir united strength  the tree was easily" removed.' The  other elph^hts; disappeared after th,e  work was done, and the wise tam,a  elephont remained. y  'An Amazing Apparition.  In connection with ono of tho par-  ti6s given hy the widowed Countess  of Aneas-tor a strango story is told.  It was in 1893, and ono of tho guests,  a lady who had just arrived, said,;  "I've just scerj Sir George Tryon on  th^.stttirs.-;* Ho���������.looked'; very strange  and white, land did rhi>t "ipeak." But  Sir. Goorgo Tyron waa thon in tho  Mediterranean engaged in manoeuvres, and .the lady was so informed.  She fp6rslatod, howbver, that it was  "Sj.r VQeor(f6,Vwhom she saw, for she,  'knew;,him extremely well. The ne-jefe'  difyV camo the' terrible news of tbo'  ,Viot6ria .arid, Oampordown, and the  admiral's tragic fato. ��������� ���������  Last ef Blrnnm Wood.  Near Dunkcld, in the Highlands of  Scotland, is Birnara, Macboth's country, There, one may soo two groat  trees startdinufon,,the banks., of the  Tay, which are said ^to < bo at least:  1,000 years old and among tho fow  which remain of tho original Birnnm  wood, Thoso two trees,������a sycamore  ; and, an oalc,./iro largo onouch-of them*  selves, 'to..ihave provided a goodly  .nrniy wlthhriiiiichos, nind tho trunks  measure, ,at tho ground, fifteen feet  iu diamotor, ''���������*"'���������  , f.    ,^.. . i������iiii^i|ii. I.- i-iin-1.  ��������� A Problem In Theology.  Mr. Frank Fox in hi ft hook, "Au������-  trnlia," dMcrlbofl the rollgion of the  ntorifflnei-* as "n speoies of devil wor-  ship." "The good spirits���������of the rix-  Jstonoe of whom thoy hnd some vugbe  notions���������did awt, in their opinion,  call for much attention, slneo, being  (food, Ihoy would d** nobody any  harm. But tho evil spirit*, of whom  there wero many terrifying varieties,  had to U conciliated/'  J Slfw iorks, knives, spoons  '������������������.'���������' Mai fancyswing: piece j 'of'  y tfmr ������iM"Xb$amy'i ate'  * sfamped mb the Itade mark i  mWmSBROS.  ~f# fttry IM* mm It U f*l tht  ' ������f������(iifi������r"<ia������(f lalliraclloa���������  tot hnvltst trlpl* pMt���������  "SdbitTlati tliat W**n������  izsi itsyitis.-^iaui. bivli,, '��������� ���������-  tt1e���������������t*mMtd  MrRlDtN B^ITACO. "  ,������OI,D   BVpLBAOIMO   DKAPSMTV  ���������B9Haj������BsaB������aB������insaBjMBWs���������  rrrrr-  Hero's a Homo  ifi ������������������',$ :\l ^J-S ft> # <A .",-J (*}. ������SJ <Jj        '  ANYONE  OSt^UsJO.'.'y  HOME DVf IHO haa  always been woro or  laaa of a dlfflentt uiidar- y 11 r 7  takinu- Not ee/iaiiium  youuM     .  DVO-LA  I  8*ad forS������mpl*  CiM anil Story  INSON.  >%m0\������  niCHAHI>NON  cp.i -MnrtMrf..--  Montr������������I.C*n,  |ONE������>MAaKINDSw<oMi  '. ."-P.-J-ll!  jusy think or ITI  With DY.O.LA you can. color elthar. Wool,  Cotton, SHk or Mlxnd Gooda Perfectly with  tha 8AMI Dye. No chauce of u*iair tha  "WHO NO Bye for thaOooda you hava to color.  T  There's no use in getting angry;  yot a mnn BoemB to get a great deal  of satisfaction out of it.,  ������L*irt / -.  KrJOfNXT  W. N. U., No. III.  V iv  THE    CRESTON,    B. C,    REVIEW.  PROFESSIONAL  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL  B.C.  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B.C. IiAKD Surveyor and Architect  Plans and Specifications  CRESTON  - BC.  J.  D.  ANDERSON  Bbitish   Columbia  I*a&s>   Subvetos  TRAIL  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & CO,  Heal Estate and lusaranc  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  MISS L. M. SCOTT  Trained Nu?>o, of Rathwell Hospital.  Manitoba. Ready for engagements of  any kind.    Maternity a specialty.  Apply Miss 1j. M. Scott, general delivery, Moyie, B. O.  GUY  LOWENBERG  CONSUIAXHQ   ESJGjWBEK  CRESTON  B.C.  R. GOWLAND SCRUTON  A.L.A.A.  (Diploma London Aesn, Accountants)  AUDITOR A2JI> Accocstast  Balance sheets prepared and verified  Books balanced, opened and closed  Partnerships and company auditing  The surprise party that was held the  middle of las- week at the residence of  Mr. and MtB. R. J. Long wns a most  enjoyable affair.  FOUND���������A place to get my suit  cleaned, pressed aud repaired, at the  Creston Clothing House.  On Wednesday's noon train, General  Freight Agent W. R. Haldaine was a  passenger ou his way to Cranbraok Mr.  Haldaine stated that: this summer would  see great advancement all along the  Grow.  Do you know that Ed. F. Johnson  has been appointed sole agent for Fairbanks & Morris gasoline engines aud  Centrifugal pumps?:  The C. P. R- has just completed the  building of a small station at Wyndell  and also one at McNeillie. Tne Graat  Northern only runs to Wyndeii for  transfer purposes and has uo station,  there and is not building any station at  Wyndell.  Died���������At Creston at ti a.m., on March  1st, Edner, the 7 months old infant  daughter ot Mr and Mrs. Frank Lewis.  The Review joins with the eitisess  generally, in extending their sympathy  to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis in their bereavement.  The W.O.T.U. -will meet at the Presbyterian Manse on March 8, at 3:30 p.m.  The C.P.R. will put a new pipe line  from the re -ervoir to the water tank as  soon as the snow is gone.  Mrs. J. Stocks returned home on Sunday laet from Oranbrook where she ha*  been in tbe hoBpital, her health being  now considerably improved.  B. Brooker left on Tuesday last fer a  two weeks trip to the coast.  TO RENT.���������A three roomed cottage, at  *8 per month. Apply to the Rsvsw  Office.  The Fruit Growers* Assooiation will  meet on Friday. March 3rd, in the old  schoolhouse. A good attendance is requested.  The Secretary and the Strawberry  Ia a pioneer schoolhouse In Crcston.they.say  A very big strawberry floated oho day,  And planting himself on tlie uoor,,he began  Toabaorb tho learning oto government man  Of apples and packing;'twan not ti, fair deal,  Por each of tho class had   paid   without  squeal.  Tbe bravo secretary jumped up on his feet  On learning tlio racket, and tried to keep  Off from  his face Ihe thoughts that shone  thoro  When ho saw thru the plans? of this crude  pioneer.  So be whlaporei1. In Jitate to his ..fruit-grower  ���������riu-n,  "Theru'a an intrinlor herclasbold us a hen,"'  "A what?"    why un obnorber, ''Well make  him "������li->.v 1 lm dough!'.  '���������I will t!" my liesi. ii*i'. cripples my top.'*  So he wnilc-'l r'jjhi- im with confidence strong  And suul 10   ihe irna,  ������������������Now "-yon-'pay .for  your song."  Very bravely he holil to tlie righteous at t.iu-.k  While the direutortt Huod up in strong force  at his back.  They kept urging him tho stronger to he,  Bat he had a hard case to dispose of with  ease.  1        Nel,..n I. u..l District���������District of West  j Kootenay.  j    Take  notice   thnt   I,  Klplirntn, Har'rin, of  1 Careoii,     Washington,   occupation    Married  I Woman, luu-iul  to upply for permission to  purchase the following described, lands:- .'  Commencing at o post- planted adjacent to  the southwest corner of Lot 8149..being iho  Southeast, cornor, thence running North 40  chain*. West sti chains, South 80 chains. Eunt.  30 chains and North 40 chains to point of  commencement ami containing .6-ti) acres  moro or less.  Ku'hkata li Aimts,Applicant.  Jamk.s Kisiiku, Aaent.  Pate January in. IHIl.  ���������'Now stop with an applo his unending noise  Or put hini through this door with the aid  of your boys!"  'Till with apples and arguments,the see.alono  aoon. wilted the uhsorber of knowledge so  strong,  Then when tho "before mentioned" saw that  'twas House  He throw a big; dollar that was sure glad to  get loose.  You would take a receipt:  to secure  from  abuse.  Then on'to tho editors'ho hastened, to write  AU the setbacks he got on thai morning so  bright. \  And ho published the marvelous story nt'ar  "How MB* and tho so������"y raised suoh a jar,"  "Oh yes,all ye llsteu,~all the peoplo have* read  How I downed the  whole   crowd by the  things iu my head."  Farmer Dolltti������.  Nelson Land Disi rid���������District of West  Kootenay.  'Pake notice that   I. otho IlalRton, ot Har-  riimumirg, S'irglniit, occupation   House Decorator,'intend  to  upply   fur   permission to  Ipiii-i-hai-o the following described lunds:-  Commcucing ut a pom planted about two  aud a half ("J1-:') miles In a Southwesterly  direction from'the S. W. corner of Lot OS*!,  i>t;iug tlio Northwest eoriier, thence running  South 80 chain*. 15a at 80 chains, North 80  chains and West 00 cliaios to point of eom-  meneement and containing IHO acres moreor  less.  Or no I* alston, Applicant.  Jamks Pi&utcn, Agent.  Mate V'Vbruary, 8, lull.  Nelson hand Olsi riot���������District of West  Kootenay.  Tuke notice that 1,1'earl l'oltler.df Algoma.  Washington, oceupiition Housekeeper,intend  to apply Tor   poimlt-sdon to purchase the follow i no; doNoribed lands:- .  Coniuumoiug at. a post planted about ten  (id) chains Kant of the SouthweBt corner of  hot 8l7ti, being tho Northeast corner, thonco  South SO chains, Went 80 oltaliw. North SO  chaliiaaiid Kast 80 ohaltiH to point of coin-  mt-tK*euiout and containing (Vlt) acres more or  less.  1'kaki, I'Kr.TtKR. Applicant.  .1 amks Kisuicu, Agent,.  Male January 'JI, 1011.  Nelaou Land District���������District o������ "Vyesfc  Kootenay.  Take notice that I, Mabel Ralston, of  Harrisonburg. "Virginia, occupation  Schoolteacher, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following de-  sr-ribed lands:-        A  ' Coininenciug atn post.'planted adjacent to tbe .'Northeast' coniwr* of Lot 9323  beiiife the Southwest corui-r, thenoe  running North 80 ebahis.EftBt 80 chains,*  South 80 chains" und West 80 chains to  point of commencement and containing  640 acres in oto or less:  VMAitRt, RaiiSTox, Applicant.  J amiss tfisuisi", Agent.  - Date January 20, 1911,  Nelson Land District���������District of  West  Kootenay,  Take Notice that I, Laura A. Ralston,  of BarriBoiibur-j;, Virginia, occupation  Married Woman, intend to apply fdv  permission to purchase, the following  described lauds :-  Commencing at a post planted, adga-  eeut, to the Northeast corner of Lot-9823  being..'the-.Northwest corner, thence  South 80'-.'chains, East- 80 chains, North  80 chains aud West 80 chains-to point of  (lomniBUcement and containing 040  acres wore or less.  Laura A. Ralston, Applicant,  y J amiss Fishkk, Agent.  Date January 20 1911.  RECENTLY ORENED  p  uash  Mr. J. Beningt������r has accepted  a  position at the S. A. Speer store.  CRESTON  B.C  CRESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  Fruit Lands, Town Property and Insurance  NOTICE  'IK'THS MATTElt OF AN  APPLICATION  for th������ issue ot a duplicate Certificate or Title  to part saw aeres of Block.'.M oi lot S91 Group l  Kootonay District Map 69$.  NOTICK IS 11KRKBY GIVEN that it is  my Intention to issuo at the* expiration oi  OBie month after the first publication hereof  a duplicate of tne Certificate ol Title to tne  above mentioned Imd in tho name of Isabella A. Farley which Corlitt"aie ie dated the  22nd of OotoVjer, liioeand numbered <j208A.  ������AMUEh. U. BOE  Distriot llegistrar.  Land Registry Office. "Nelson, B.C., January  25.1911.  Nulsou Land MlHtrict��������� District of West  Kootonay.  Talso uiilluo that 1, Tt.m Charles, of Patterson, ll.c, occupation Lumberman, intend to  apply   for pri'miwdon lo purchase the iohovv-  liii;- lU-scfiiicd lands:--  ������;ommenelng at a post planted about six (It)  miles in a Houthwosieriy direction from the  S. \V. corner of Lot '.i;i-j;-i ueiug Hie Houthweal  corner, .thence miming North 3d chains, from  a point about lo chains West of where ouid  post is plumed, thunco Kast hi' chains, South  su chains, uud \V������si so chains to point of com-  iiH'HWKi������nt and uonianiing fiio acres more or  loss.  Tom Ohaki.es, Applicant.  J amks Fisuku, Agent.  Pate February 11. ItUl.  Flour ai Feed Store  ...i.u-,^.,^.,,    in i   ���������  ,, ,i n.        ��������� ,  ��������� Stock is New and Fresh  Nelson Land Pistrlot���������.District of West  Kootenay.  Take notice that I, j\ellie Stark, of Boss-  land, B.C., occupation Nurse, Intend to apply  tor permission  to   purchase   the  following  described lauds:-  Commcneing at a post planted about ton  (10) ehaiuH Kant of the couthwest corner ol  utno Ralston's location ana abovit four miles  in a b'ouihwesterlydli-oction froui the Southwest corner ot Lot tWi!S heing the .Northwest.  corner, theuce running fcioutu 40 chains, Kast.  ���������to chains, .North -h) chains, and West40 chains  i,k> poim. of commencement and containing  320 acres moreor less.  Niiia.ir. Stakk., Applicant.  .Tames Fisiikk, Agent.  Pate February H, 1911.  Our Flour and Feed is the BEST.  Also Graham Flour, Oat Meal, Etc.  CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF  T.  u nee.  HcPeak Block  CRESTON  B.C  Services Next Sunday*  Presbyterian Church  Services -will be held in  the Preshy  terian Ohurch on Sunday next.   Morn  ing servioe, 11 a.m.;   Evening service.  7:80 p.m.   Sunday Bohool at 2:30 p.m.  You are cordially invited to   join our  Bible Olass.  S. H. Sarkissian, Pastor,  Methodist Church  Servioea on Snnday next: Servin-  at 11 a.m., Sunday Sohool and Bibl������  Glass at 2:80 p.m.; Evening Service  7:80 p.m.  F, J. Rutherford, Pastor.  Churoh of England  March 6th (1st Sunday in Lent)  Matins, Holy Communion 11 a. m.  Briokion Schoolhouse 8 p.m. Bvensoui.  and Sermon 7:30 p. m. Sunday School  3 p.m.  Philip C. Hayman, Vioar  LOCAL AND PERSONAL.     ������  Elsewhere in this iBaue will be founo  * letter from Mr. Guy Lowenberg dealing with the "English Sparrow" queB-  t'on. The suggestion heroin, that theii  dents-notion he left to the Boy Soon'a.  appeals to the Review as an excellent  idea. This would bo a very practical  way ot disposing ot these pests. Tht  boys oould h ive no end of fun nd nt  the same timo mako a little pookei  money.  Fo������ Sal*,���������Lots 0, 7, 8,0 and 10, Bloolt  8, Dow'������ Addition. Bend offer to ow���������  ner, lin. W. Wilson, 551 Fifth Stroot,  Brandon, Manitoba.  Jack ifoster is about to ncoopfc a poi*  manent position with tho Oanyon Oity  Lumber Oompany. He will assume hit  duties as soon aa the mill itartts up in a  few days time.  Mtraio���������MIm Johnson is proparod U>  take a limited number of pupils foi  tuition in musio. For terms apply t<  J. K. Johnson, residence on Viotoriu  Aveitne,  Croston will soon havo a hall ground  -which will ho tbe envy of tbe neighbor^  ���������ing town* as the Park Assooiotion will  -this spring, clear and level an Idonl spm  ���������lor that parpofte.  flam Hatfield, alwayn enterprising, In  (riving the inside of bli big pool room  ������xd tentorial parlor a thorough overhauling and paiutlng, Biiu expocts to  make soma more Improvement* in tho  aprlng on his ranch.  Money to loan on rnnch or town prop-  etty at low rate of interest. Apply to  Johnson Ss Scruton at Review Office.  F. J. Smrthe, editor and proprietor  of the Moyie Leader, came in on Monday last to tale in the K.P.'s "At  Home" on Monday evening.  In last week's issue there appeared a  letter from "Qs.eef.Yesr Senders" in  which the formation of a literary society  v?as strongly adveested. Thev* appears  to he no good reason why Oreston  should bs *ri'hout sssh ������ society. Many  of the residents of this valley are of a  literary turn ox mind and such a sooiety  when once formed, is very instructive.  Let this matter not die a natural deaih,  >ut let a move be made towards the for-  nation of the first literary society at  ���������Jreston.  FOR SALE ORTBADKforgoodheDB.  a thoroughbred Barbed Rock Cockerel, two years old. Apply to the  Review office.  Geo.  M   Benney,  Superintendent of  Roads, left on Wednesday last on an  fficial trip to the Fire Valley.  It is stated that among the many pub  lie improvements that will this year be  tone at Creston, will he the opening up  ���������ud grading of Wilson Avenue.  Tbe Canyon City saw mill resumed  .perntions last Wednesday and activity  prevails at appletown.  r.  There will he a meeting of the Oreston  M rcantilo Company thi< evening when  likely the eleotion of othoera will take  triace, as well qb other important business.  President Brig/a of the Otravon Oity  uumhor Ofmpany nnd Mr, Campbell ol  Coronto, representing eaatean capital,  arrived in town on Wednesday last.  NOTICE  IX THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION  for the Issue of a duplicate Certificate of Title  to I-ots 5 und 6, Block 86, towu of Creston,  Map 693.  NOTICE IS. HEREBY GIVEN that it is  my intention, to issue at the expiration of one  month alt ui1 the first publication hereof a  duplicate oi the Certificate of Title to the  above mentioned land in the name of oeorge  Washington French whieli Certificate ik  dated 20th March. 1909, and numbered 10379A.  SAMUEL ft. ROE,  District Registrar.  Land Registry Office,Nelson,B.C., February 13th. 1911. ' ' ���������  Kelson Land District���������Diatrict Oi  West Kootenay  Talce Notice ttat I. Emma Ferguson, oi  Nelson. B.C.. married woman, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post vslanted os the north  bank o^tsummit Creek, about 100 feet south  of road post No. 495, aud about one-half mile  ���������outh-westerly from tbe mouth of Topaz  Creek, thence 20 chains north, thence 20  chains east, thence 20 chains south, thence  SU cnains west, to point of commencement,  containing 40 acres more or leas.  Dated January 3rd. 1911 _  EMMA FERGUSON, Applicant  22-S2 EDWAltD FERGUSON, Agent.  Kelson Land Distriot���������District of West  Kootenay. i.  Take notice that I, Walter Demer, of \mir,  B.C.. occupation Lumberman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the folio-wing  described lauds:-  OommeneiDgat a pout planted at tbe S. W.  oorner of Tom Charles' location about six (6)  milos in aS. W. direction from tbefi. W. corner cf Lot 0323 beins the Northwest corner,  thenoe runnlnu Houth 80 chains, East 80  chains. North 80 chains and West80 chains tn  point ot commencement and contains C4Q  acres more or leas.  WALTER DEMER. Applicant  a AMKS FIBHEK, Agent.  Dato February 11,1911.  .Nelsou Laud District���������District of West  Kooieuay.  Take  notice thai 1,  W llllam  Rur.iley,   of  Pattersou, B.C., occupation  Lumberman, intend to apply for permission to purchase the  lollowing uesonbeii Uuuls:-  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to  the jNoriheuSb corner of Lot autfi ojjiug the  Southeast corner, thence running jNorin SO  olmins, WesteO chains, rioutli4u cnains. East  4u chains, South 10 cuaius, and East 20 chain:  lo point of-commencement and containing  4s0 ucres more or less.  WUiUAM Ituaii.EY, Applicant.  Jambs Fisuiiu, Agent.  Date January UO, 1U11.  PROPRIETOR  ,5?  Sirdar Avenue  warn Cafe  Opened   WEDNESDAY,   Dec.   21st  v^-  .Nelson Laud District���������District of West  Kooteuay.  Take notice that 1, Mamie  Long, of Spokane, Wash.,'occupation'Married  Woman,  intend to appjy lor permission to purchase  tut* foilowiug described lands:- '..������������������':-���������'  Commencing at a post planted about three  (3) miles in a Northerly direction from the  .CJ oitii west corner oi Lot 4275 and adjaceat to  tlie Morilieast corner of ilurry ������srauer's loca-  Lion, theuce South go chains, thence liust 30  cilaius, thence jNorth su chuiiis, thence West  20 chains, to' point of commencement auu  coatuining itiu acres more or i������&s.   .'������������������'���������  .     AiAiuis Losio, Applicant.  Jamvks Fxshku, Ageut.  Date February 12,19li.  rirst -  Ploe'e  v>iaoo  Short  Order   Restaurant  Meals at all Hours. Ladies are'invited'-'to our Afternoon  Tens, which \ve mnke a specialty of. Our Cookii.g is  Superb.        KO CHINESE  HKLP ON  THE FREMISKS  j&i&SLr^SZ&SZl  6 Year Old Gift  OUEED OF KIDNEY TROUBLE  Mrs. Alex. Moorr, of James St, Oxford, JT. S,, says: ������������������Booth'a Kidney Pills  lurod our littlo daughter, Ohristian,  ���������tzo six years, of many symptoms ot  kidney vreaknoBB. Sho oomplained of a  noro haolr, tho kidnoy soorotiouo wore  freqnentnnd nnoontrollablo, oBpeoiolly  nt night. Her stomach wna weak and  her nppetite poor. Thin canned her  to hare frequent hcadaohoB, nnd  tho  leant exertion  would tire hor,  We bad tried  many remodiei,  hnt oho did not  improvo Finally  wo learned o<  Booth'a Kidney  Pllla and proonred  a box. In a thot  time she waa well  and does vol now  oomplain ahonr  lihi- hack, tho kidney aacretlona havo he*  oome normal, nnd alia playa around the  house with no apparent fatigue. We  iwaya reoommond Booth'a Kidnoy  Pllla."  Booth'a Kidney Pllla carry a a?uaran>  too that if you derive no bam At your  money will ho refunded. Booth'a Kidnoy PIUn are it aneoiflo for all dlMtaatw of  tho kidneya and bladder. Bold by all  druMUta. 60o. box, or poatpfcld tsina the  U. T, Booth Oo��������� Ltd., Fort Krl������, Out  Bold and guarantaad by theOraiton  Drug 8o Book Oo.  iBooth's  hidnei  mis  Nelson Land District���������Dlatriot of West  Kooteuay.  Tako notioo tbat I, Mike Flamiigivn, of  Ymir, B.C., occupation Lumberman, intends  to apply for pormiBSion to purclmeo the following dcHsribed luiodii:-  Comtnenclng at a pout planted about live  (5) mi leu in a Nortb������rly direction from the  N.W. corner of Lot "1875 on Knst side of Voa-  quito Creek helnc the Nortbcast corner  tnenee Bouth 80 obalus, West 80 clialiis.Norlli  80 elm lim and Eant 80 chaiiiB to point of commence ment und containing 040 ocrcit more or  less.  MIKB FLANNIOAN, Applicant.  JAMKH FiRHEK, Agent.  Dato Febrnury 12,1011.  jNelaon Land District��������� District oi West  kootenay;  Take notion that 1, Mary Bilfor, of Spokane,  Wash., occupation HoUhekeeper, ihlenu   to  apply for permission to puvcUauo the following described lands:-  Commencing at a post planted about four  (!) ml lea tn a Northerly direction from the  .Northwest corner of Lot 4275 on West side of  Mosquito Creek bouth of and adjoining  .lumen Morrison's location, theuce South 8u  chains, theuce Went 80 ohaius, tlience JSorth  SO eUaliiH, thence Euist 80 chains to point ot  communal-muni und containing Wo acres  uioro or less.  Mary Bilfob, Applicant.  ,1 AMts FisuBn, Agent.  Date February 12,1011.  JB���������< ���������  PL  ATT. Proo.  <'*������5rf  /^j^ll^^8i^i^^-^������^y<<y^^-^y.^^  I  I  ������������������T -.-T TS nrs-r> T"C  Noleon Land DlHtrlct��������� Dietiiut of Went  Kootenay  ���������falto notico tlint J, John Kyle.of Ymir, U.  <;,, oceupatlon Lumberman. Intends to upply  for pormlBRlon lo purehu.R0 the following do-  Bcrlbed lands:- ^   ,    ^  .    ���������        .   v  CommcncliiR ftt a poRt plnnted adjacent to  tho Northwo������t corner of Lot 01128 being the  Northeaat oorner, thenoe rumiiiiR Bouth du  ohatim, WestBOchalim, JNorth 80 chains and  ���������aut BOchaUi* to point of oommoncomont and  ���������ontolninv 0������0 aorsa m������>ro or Icbh.  J1.1HN KYI.K, Applicant.  ' JAMK0 *-ISHlBR, Attont.  Dato January 22, lull.  Hellion Land iilntrlol���������Dlhirict of West  Kootoimy.  Take notico tnat .1, Wm. ������. jMcNVlilrtor.of  Ymir, B.C,occupation l.umbi-itimn, Intend  to apply for pcrmldfilon to purehauo tho foi-  lowfn* doiorlbcd land*!-  Commenolng at a pout planted ou the "'''nut  ���������bore of MohquUo Luke ut or near tlio Norili-  woit eornvr of J.otmo2iioiiin uu- HouiiiweHt  oornor, thunoe runnliig North fill i-liiiiiin,a|oiin  ���������bore of ���������Kid lulco, thenco Kimt H) oIiiiIiih,  Dotith Md chain-) and Wcht 40 tihuliiH to point.  of commoncflinciit and containing i)30 ncrcn  moro or lens.        _  Wi-fiLiAii K, MoWimiTicn, Applicant.  Jamicb FiHtiicit, Agont.  Dato January 21, joii.  Helson Land UiBtrict���������District ot West  icooteuuy.  Tako notice that 1, Htclia Warsob.of Hosa-  land, H. C��������� occupation wpiuiBivr, iuiend to  a*������ply for permUblonto purchttho tho following described IiiikIb:-  CouunenoUig at a post planted about four  M)mileHin u Northerly direction from the  IN oil Invent, coi-ncr ot i.ot 4'������7Ci, Bouth of unu  j.ojolulng JamoH Morrison's location, thenue  auuvh 80 chain*, thenco LuBt40 chului, thence  North SO chaiiiH, theuce Webt 40 chains to  point of ooinmenueraenl and containing 320  ucrcH more or Ibi-k.  8TKI.T.A Warsok, Applicant.  Jamks Kisukr, Agent.  IJato Fobruary 12, lull.  rLAJmXEUXKj %  ^���������"We are now in a position to do anything in these lines <^  V we use nothing but tlie best of material, andvve guarr^  ^ antee our work, CaU and see us, or phone No. 85, ���������  j^ when wantiugJanytDfflg; in these lines. * "'i  t JuHNoUwr olunt ��������� ���������  Nelson Lund Dim rlot���������District of Went  Kooiuimy,  Take nullce that J, N. li. I'lutt, of Konisland,  1J.C, occupai Ion tliiuseUuepei'. liituud to iip-  piy for pei'miNHiouto pureuutie the following  iii'HOi'ihed ihihi������:-  coiiiinuiiclug at a post planted ahout ten  (10) ohalnu Wi-Mt of tho NorihutiBt coi-ntu* ot  i.otH174, hidng the tionihivusb corner, thence  running ->oviu 10 clialnt.i'JtiKtHu elmniN.wouth  40 chaiiiB auu Wi-Ht hu vIiuiiih u> point of coin-  liioucumont aud uoiitaiiiiiig tin)ucrcu moie or  tuns.   LoeaiudtlilH lKili day ol January, mil,  JNKTTIK il. 1'J.All', AppllCHUt.  Jamkh 1'iHiiKit, Agent.  Dato January IB, Mill,  KolBttn Land Dlfilrlot-DlHtrk'tuMVi'Ht  Kootenay.  Take notice thnt I,   JunitH  MorrlNon, or  Ymir, II. CoeeuTHitlon Lumheriiiun, Intend  to apply for norm InhIoii to piiruhuMn tho foi  SComiminolug nt iv pout planted nboutflvn  )*mllo������Ui k Northerly dfreeMrm from Mm  ,W. oovnei' of Lot 4������75 nnd udjucont to the  Sorthenut corner of M. Fliintilirn'n'B  0 F������Nt. '      ,, <���������>   lOIMVtlOll,  thonco Houth H0(ihnlna.lhenoe KunI, 40 ehnlnw,  tbonra Nnrih HO cluvlnH,thr<iiu(< Went. 41) chaltiB  to point. o( commoncc-mcul and i-ouijiliilii.^  aao acrca moro or loan.  .UMKrt JIonniHoN. AppUoant,  Jauiick Fihiii:u, Agont.  Dato Ifohrnary VJ, 1011.  NoIhou Land Dlalrlot���������UUtrlotor Wiml  IvriiUinniy,  Talco notioo that. 1 Allied KognnHliui'g, of  Ymir, II. C, oiiupiitlon liiiiinhcriiiuii, IntiMid  lo apply for pi'iinmiiloii to purulmud Um following rUmmllifd linulm-  Commanolitg ul. a |mht plaim-d ulnmt ilvo  (6) mlliH In n Nnillwrlv direoilun I'riini tlm  N.W. corner of Lot 4'Jl7n aiul adJuo������tiit to tint  Monlii^uMt conii'i' of M. rinnniKiMrn Im'ntloo,  tlionco North 30 oliiilri*. ICumI. 411 cliuliiN, Hnulli  9U<iliulnniiud vV')Bt4iionalnN to point oi'eoni-  mtin.;������mcnt and ���������ontululntrH0������ter<������ ������uon������or  lut������.  AiiVitnii RKtiAKHtiiriKi. Applicant.  ^     .,  .Tamkh FiHiiKit, Agaut,  Dal* Fahruary jy, lull.  Nelson Land JllBtrlut���������Dimriet or WuBt  Kuoujiiuy.  Tako notice that 1, cuvtr J. Long, of Spokane, WunIi.) ocoupftiuin Contriuaor, Intend  to apply for pormlMlou to puruhaHo thu foi.  lowing uenarlb������cUii.iidH:-     y  CotumonoiiiKutii pout plantod about one  (1) inilo In a Worthtirly direction (roiu the  Mirthwtmt corner of L'ct 4U75 and about to  chain* Went of Went, ilunlc of Moaqulto Creelc,  1 lii'iieo ^Ol>|.fl So dim UM.tlionco Weal HO cluiliiH,  ihence Houth bo elmliui, llteiu'O ICuxtHO ehalnn  to point ol eoi>,nieiici.iui*iit ami containing  oto lu'ii'ti moro or Icuh,  ci.ivi'.it .1. I.ono, Applicant.  .[AMI'M KlHIIKH, Agent,  Waifl Fobrttary 14,1W1.  NoIhou Lund DintvU-1- -15i^T^oTwoat  Kootmmy,  Tako nut I oo tliutl.biumiol W, Halnton,ol'  JlarrlKonlmrg, Virginia, onutiputton I'liotog-  nuilier, Intond to apply  lor luii'miHulon   to  puroluiBo iho following lU'Honhod IiiiuIh:-  Coinineiieiiut ut u puwt nluiuod adjaiiont to  thu UoUthWeHt curiiur or Lot HMfl. heing tho  H.1J, aiirnor, tliencu running North mi ulialna,  Wuwt 40 elialiiH, Houth KO chulnH and Kiut 40  uhatiiN to point of commencement mul con.  lalnlng il'JO aoron moro or Iokh.  Hamiiki. W. Hai.htow, Applicant,  ,1A SUCH I'lKHKIt, Agllllt.  JiitH) Jaiiiinry )*.). i'-hl.  Fourth Street  Phone No. 8g    ^  Tbe Riverside Nurseriest ^m*B$������fh*  Is tho NEAREST NURSERY to the OBESTON DISTRTOT  Stook urriveB iu PREBH, HEALTHY OONDITIOK  For Prices, ore, write to~  WALTER V. JACKSON. Agent, Creston, B. C.  ",. iiM.rt'.wii'rtw  ���������aaaaBBBBBawtfTO'i^^  Nulnou Laud J)l������trlct-IJI������ulotof West  Kouuniiy,  Take notico that I, J lurry llnuior, or llowu-  laud, ll.C, occupation Diamond llrlllor, lu-  tend to apply lor pariulnHlou to iiiu'oliHHtt tho  followingdoiciihuil IiiiiiIn.-  Coiiiini'iiclnij hi a puNt. planted nlnrnt I Into  (;i) mlli'H in a MU'llU'i'ly dlrecllon trom thu  Norlhwcat corner nf |.otr4'^i, Wi-hl. ol' Mm.  iiuno Crceki ilioium umiili Huchulnw, iliuncn  of iMiiiiiiuiniiiiieiit.  It M������  [���������Vim HO olndiiM id iniinl  and enntiiiiili.it <MH iu'iih more or li mm  Il ������uuv MttAiiwii, Applicant,  .I.VMlcMPit'llkll, AgOUt.  llalfl Palirunry K', lllll.  I    ltiup; tip phouo No. 85/ Ud. V, Johimoii  I whon you nood nu oxporlouood plumber.  i  umber  Manufacturing Co.  sanoKXitiBaaiuiactiNaBi  Complete  ROUGH  DRESSED  Stock   of  and  LUMBER  i  ������U������WM������M<������MWWM  t&vmpt ^Attention Satisfaction Guaranteed-  Let us Figure with youon that Building  ������RO. BOX 24  CRESTON. B.C  iai(L  g

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