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 ir-*' y  A ���������-;fi/.XX  MA  WxX  mm  '.^v    AyY-yxar: '&, ���������"&  AA^~TH^^  ������VVV^||fe^^j|v_- V'yB^w^iyVVA a a"': ���������'  iPlS^RI-GTvVyVAJV;:  :ffi*  iVS'wsy-y  ?'��������������������������� !"��������������������������� yXj  All Roads Sir East an^W  SENT TO ANY  ADDRESS FOR  ������2.00 A YEAR  "��������� i. :a  *> il  No. 31     3RD Year.  CRESTQN, B.P., FRIDAY. M ARC H. io,  TOTT  Single Copies nc.  1  ur Spring Stock of  ff ,,%^r     a'w     s^^  rr  o  n  ���������^^r  12  <?  >������  In  HAS   ARRIVED  o^fitf consists of newest patterns and shades  IN  Muslins at .15 cents per yard.  Galateas .15 and .20 per yard.  Prints at .15 cents per yard.  Ginghams .15 cents per yd.  Also  All guaranteed fast color  line of Embroidery,   kaces,   Lawns and Nainsook  LADIES BLOUSES AND CORSETS  General Merchant  Phone No. 52  eers  Creston, B. C.  ������QG������������Q������������������������^Q������������������WB**<>^^Q^fSQ&&������$������&&&9S������  esion on ioe  I  speak, as a first class permanent proposition.  The loans negotiated through Messrs  Johnson and Scruton aggregated  ������17 000,   the   smallest    amount    being    , $1,500, and most, if not all of this sum  Last weel*, Ins^or Campbell,  rep-j WJU he 9P?ut:*������*& inlahor anamater-  reseuting large eastern capital, arrived ?**> making improvements to Oreston  in Crestou md passed on  several loans  VaUey property, and thus adding-o the  submitted to him  by Messrs Johnson * Plenty and appearance of the district.  - and' Scruton, local agents for his-eoin-i  pany "which loans were oa fruit landa'atf POLICE COURT  Creston:.Mr. Campbell! .who���������ie,a shrewd] in the Police Court at an evening  SdottishVfinancier, stated that- he had; seasion last Tuesday, Peter Deer,-a  eyery confidence - iu the future of the ;,imntjerjuck appeared to answer a charge  fruit industry at Creston" as a permanent  and lnorativpjbnsiness. During his stay  here/, lie in company with 6.*'0. Roag-v  ers, and President Briggs, of the Canyon .City'Lumber Company, toured the  yaHey^nd made^a tpersonal,,inspection  "of ~the various choifee fruit .sections Vm-  inediately tributary to t Creston. Mr.  Campbell, in speaking of the probability  of the reciprocity agreement becoming  law, stated that should that event bap-  pen he could not see how it would injure  the fruit industry in Canada. Should  the reciprocity agreement go through,  his company would still be ready to  ndvanoe money oa the security of fruit  lands in B.C. His company which represents a going concern with monev  loaned to tbe extent- of, oyer three millions in Canada, may now be considered  as identifying themselves with the  Creston District. Such a connection  cannot fail to be of the greatest benefit  to this valley and must be counted on as  one of the most important events fr >m  a financial point of view in the history  of the district.  The  fact that   this  great  company  holds interests hero, and thereby set  their stamp of approval upon the land  values of the district, is an event of the  greatest importance, and puts Oreston  property  on   the Qnanciul map,  bo to  of drunk and disorderly. Peter had  been misbahaving himself considerably  at the Creston Hotel. In Court he  \ pleaded guilty and after receiving some  good advice as to his future conduct,  Magistrate Johnson imposed a fine of^5v  on the accused.'     "^     tV- '���������  Rifle Association  Holds Meetiii  J. STOCKS ACCEPTS POSITION  OF CAPTAIN-PRESIDENT. VICE  A. S. FITZGERALD RESIGNED.  NEW MARK 3 RIFLES.  By courtesy- of the Mercantile Co ,the'  Erickson-Creston Rifle Association held  their meeting in their store, and there  was gathered around the stove, a good  number of members when the meeting  opened at 8:45 p.m. Mr. J Stocks took  the chair and balanced on the edge of a  soap box, lie brought the meeting to at-'  tention and business was proceeded  with. .,  ."A" "letter'^ from CaptajxLA.. Srf' Fitzger-  S^in|^Jere!  s&'&y  Get your home or store  re-painted and keep up  Y        with tlie times  We are also expert sign  and house decorators  C.   Wisler  Sirdar cfibenue  RECIPROCITY  Old Jonathan sang   (as the chords he  struck  Of "Over the Water to Charlie"):  "I'll cross the border to Johnnie Can-  nuok  And fool him over his barley..  "I'll grab up his wheat and wood 'and  steel,  And herd up his heeves unruly���������   .  Why, in course of time, I am sure he'll  feel   VY.,-.; .;  That I am a neighbor truly.  "For Johnnie Cannuok iB a peaceable  lad.'''  And his goods are mine for the taking.  What is worth having is there to he  had,       ���������  And I'll set young Johnnie awaking"."  Aud, "What in return?" (He closed one  oye.)  I'll offer him my protection;  If anything hostile comes why I���������  I can look in tho other direction.  "I'll give* him my trusts and *my combines fine,  And his food and his olothes shall he  dearer;  And I'll see that ho filches nothing of  mine���������  That's friendship.   What could  clearer?"  But Johnnie  said���������(or he's going to  say)-^~  And aomo of his words ore������������������b, sir;  ������'I'm no longer a kid to bo fooled this  way,  Bv tariff agrcoment'B oh ain, nlr.  "I've a perfect right to protoot my own,  And I'm husky enough tft'do H.  I'll frame a tariff, if not lot alone,  ' That will mako  old  Jonathan mo  it. "���������Ex.  Large Attendance���������Incorporation Affirme*, Capital Fixed at  $10,000, in $10 Skates-Many Shares Subscribed-  ^Bo^ Scouts Get Marching Orders. .  YAHK NEWS NOTES  Work is progressing rapidly on the  store building of M. McLoed, tbe merchant.  I The King Lumber Company started  up their saw mill at Yahk on March 1st.  This company has just brought in six  snore teams for hauling logs which  makes 19 teams in all.  The strong sun shining on the hill  sides is melting the snow very fast.  Mrs. Balnos has left ob an oxtondod  IJ trip to the old country.  <��������������������������� ������������������*������������������������������������* ������������������*���������*��������������������������� ���������^���������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������*+���������**������������������+������������������������������������������������+���������������������������  Wirt Tailored Qothes I  lyAx^x^i ���������     ������������������   ���������' - ZV . ���������    o  Havc a  REPUTATION  And give  SATISFACTION  Guaranteed for Six SMonths  }!<iU.miwmmHm  hip if mi K������������wffi  m*������m*i  Creston Clothing House  t   G. cM. Wisler, Proprietor.  Telephone &&. 84  'aid, resigning the position owing to. his  being unable to attend regular.y at1 the  i range this season, was read.   On a motion the resignation was accepted.  The minutes of the previous meeting  were read by Secretary King and on a  motion by R. G. Scrnton, seconded by  J. H. Hyde, were unanimously adopted.  A general discussion then.followed,  when Mr. Dickson proposed and. Mr.  Hyde seconded that- Mr J. Stooks be  offered" the position of Captain-President, vacated by the resignation, and  after some hesitation, andin view of  the fact that the request was unanimous, Mr.; Stocks r. decided to nobepfc the  post, amid applause. The. discussion  was then resumed. Mr. Stooks was of  the opinion that the practice which had  grown up during the past year, of nil  the shooting being done on Sundaye.was  detrimental to the Club and that if some  arrangements could be made to guaran-  tee a marker on Saturdays, some very  desirable members would he seoured for  the Association. At present, it was, he  said, optional on which day, Saturday  or Sunday, members Bhot, but the practice had resulted ih the Saturday shoot,  ing heing dropped, and.the range being  crowded on Sunday.  Mr. J. H. Hyde moved, and B.O.  Soraton seconded, that the oommittee  . I arrange for a marker to be present on  Saturday and Sunday during the season,  to bo paid at a rato of 50 cents p*er day  from the olub funds in addition to 10  cents per member shooting. Thus by  guaranteeing a marker on Saturdays,  would give all members who wished to  shoot on that day an opportunity to do  so.   Carried unanimously. !  Mr. T. Crawford was olootod commit-  toomau, vice, Mr. Stocks. Tho com-  tnitteo waa instructed to draw up: a  program and wero given powor to aot,  and also to see to tho dlspatohlng of tho  sorvioo roll aud tho securing of tho now  riilea. *  Tho aervioo roll, which has now boon  signed by 81 members, will positively  bo olosod on tho 16th of March. All  inlondingmombors aro requested to givo  thoir names to Soorotary King beforo  tbat dato. Tho mooting adjourned at  10:15 p.m.  Fruit Ranch for Salo���������Fiftoou aoros  in good state of cultivation, plantod  with 1U00 troes conaiBttngof apploiplum,  peaoh and cherry trees. Good ilvo room  house nnd stablo ono and a half mllon  from Croston. Apply to Walter V,  Jaok'Ou, Phouo 01, Oreston, B.O.  Tlio Rov, S. H.Sarklwlan will address  thn Frnlr. Growers AHMOolation in the  old sohoolhouuo this ovoning on tho Boy  Sooata quostioo.  The biggest crowd that ever -gathered  at any meeting of the Association, was  present in the old schoolhouse on Saturday night, the 4th of Maroh, when the  Oreston Farmers Institute met in special  meeting.  ��������� A little preliminary exercise in the  shape of some bag punching, including  exhibitions by expert Andy Miller and  others, put ail in good shape, and the  meeting was ready for business when  President Rose called the meeting to  order at 8:45 p.m.  After the minutes of tho previous  meeting had been read by Secretary  W. K Brown, and duly passed, the  communications were dealt with,ambng  these being a" letter from W. E Soott,  of the Agricultural Department, Viotoria, asking for particulars of ths  stumping powder likely to be required  daring the ^resent year, as arrangements were to be made for securing  same at cost price, and enclosing forms  to be filled up with:theneceaeary particulars. The President then passed oa;  to the subject of "Incorporation" Vwhich  was V the} matter for which this speoial  meeting hnd been called. He read the  communication from W. E. Scott, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, and in a  brief speech covered the ground gone  Over at the previous meeting of the Institute and fully reported in the last  issue af the EEVIEW. The meeting  was then thrown open for discussion.  Mr. Watson drew attention to the fact  that it would be .well for the word  "CreBton" tq he included in the name  of .the proposed Corporationvand the.  title was accordingly amended on resolution to "The Creston Farmers Incorporated Co-operative .Corporation. "This  lengthy title .was too muoh,pf a .mouthful for some of those" prsssat, and a  motion that.the title be again amended  to read "Creston Ranchers and Farmers,  etc., etc., etc., stc ,"fcusd so seconder.  A series of questions bearing on the  subject were fired at the President from  all sides; Mr. MoMurtry, Mr. Hockley,  J. Heath, A. Lindley, P. Mann, A. D.  Pochin, S. S. Fairhead, W.: V. Jackson,  W. A. Pease, J. Hayden, J. Blinco, and  others. asking for information, which  wa j given by the President, or supplied  by reading estraots from the Aot, Mr.  W. S. Watson moved that;the nominal  capital be fixed at $5,000. Seconded by  Mr. MoMurtry. Mr. S. S. Fairhead  moved an amendment that * the  Bhare capital be $20,000. Seconded by  W. V. Jackson. After some diBouBsioh,  Mr. W. A. Pease moved a further amendment that the nominal capital be $10,000  in $10 shares. The original motion and  Mr, Fairhead's amendment were withdrawn, and the proposal to capitalise at  $10,000, was unanimously carried.  Mr. Hayden asked that the Seoretary  pleaBe read the name of tho Corporation  once again, and without as much as  winking an eye Seoretary brown rolled  the impooing title off his ohpst, adding  the words "Capital $10,000" amid a  chorus of oheers.  President Roso  thon mado  a neat  \    Contractors  Smith  and  Hutchinson  _ .. Y are doing good work in their pole caxnp,  I and will make a stake before they quit  speech, complementing   -he   members] Yahkj^ if they have good luck,  upon the progressive step about to be . ��������� ���������'   taken, and pointing out the necessity of  every rancher and farmer in the valley  taking a share in the undertaking, and  so .obtaining the benefits to be. derived  from membership in such a corporation.  Mr. Rose intimated, that as scon as the  shares had been allotted, the building of  the warehouse would be prosecuted with  vigor,;, and that there was evidence oi  suiheieafe supporc being forthcoming to  insure the incorporation being a great  sudoess.V.V ..:' ;'V A ���������  Just before the meeting closed, the  matter of the Boy Scouts having the use  of .the schoolhouse, was brought up by  several members of the Institute. In  the discussion it was disclosed that the  opinion of the members was tbat the  Boy Scouts had not lired up to their  agreement to leave the hall in ship shape  after using same, aud it was decided on  a motion, to rent the' hall and to use  same exclusively for the Farmers Institute and Fruit Growers Association  meetings.  THAT CONSCIENCE CLAUSE  Vicfcbria.Feb 28.���������A conscience clause  was added to the Health Act in tbe  legislature today. By this amendment,  persons who object to vaccination wili  be afforded a means of avoiding it. The  clause reads as follows:  "Any regulation heretofore made and  in force, or hereafter to be made by the  provinoial board of health, requiring  the vaoaination or revacoination of all  persons resident within the jurisdiction  of any health officer, shall be deemed  not to apply * to any person who makes  an affidavit or^a'"* statutory declaration  before .a magistrate or any other person  authorized to take &&ths, to the eSe&e  th<������t the person conscientiously believes  that vaccination would be prejudicial to  hiB health (or io the health of hie child,  as the .case may be) or for conscientious  reasons objects to vaooination; and suoh  person shall deliver or transmit by registered mail to the heal h officer of the  distriot in which he resides a certificate  by suoh magistrate or other ofiloial person before whom the oath was taken of  suoh oonsoientions objection."  With this amendment the hill was  given its third reading.  We have received several communications regarding those English Sparrows;  the REVIEW has done its best, at tbe  request; of the ranohers, to call the attention of those interested to this evil  is the early stages and when it could  easily be dealt with and suppressed.Our  columns are not at the disposal of correspondents who write in acrimonous  terms or from purely personal motives,  and these communications, which have  no practical bearing on the subject and  oan do nothing but harm, have been  consigned to the waste paper basket.���������  Editor. A  Father Beck was in town on Monday  last, having come up from Oranbrook to  visit a siak Indian girl who was in a  very low condition. In conversation  With tbe Review reporter, Father Bock  stated that the Indians at St. Jean Mission who numbered about 200 were in a  fairly prosperous state enjoying pretty  good health. V He however thought that  at Oreston the Indians Bhould have a  local doctor aB Cranbrook was too long  a distance for them to have to send for  a doctor. In the case he had just visited,  the Indian girl was dying and no medical treatment had heen provided for  her, she was simply being treated by  the Indians.  The slaughter house in tbe course of  erection hy P. Burns and Co., is taking  shape rapidly.   The enterprising proprietor of the Oreston Meat Market is  certainly sparing no expense to have tho  valuable property held by the flrm here  put into first class condition for the iti-  creasing, trade.   The provision' of  the' V  modern and well equipped ioe house nt  she-- Oftayc^^tts^St^V ettdT ihe ������rec- (^.  tion of this hew slaughter hou8e,^bB\?'SY  involved a large outlay in material and  labcr, ssd era a proof of the faith ������rbAwn  by ehe F. Barns Co. is the bnsines--*  future of the town and district.  PIANO.���������Now at railway station near  V Creston,  will be sacrificed for |250  cash. Never been used. Lady unablu  Ato keep it.-���������Apply in first instance  M!rs. A. G. MtmGEAM, 2040, Columbia  street, Vancouver, B.C.  ���������;��������� '     ���������'������������������;���������:������������������ .,.,;,   ��������� ^^   ' ���������  Ladies' and  Children's  Costumier  Costumes  Suits and  cI^pbes  Waists Novelties and Undeflbear of all Descriptions      |  Terms SModerAte Victoria. Avenue, Opposite Methodist Church    *  ALSO  I      A Car of 'Bran      l  I       e4ND SHORTS; First Class Quality       f  ��������� ���������  ^^ '-���������������������������  . ���������       - '    I ������������������       -������������������ ; ��������� ~ ^W  X  <A Car of cNp. I Oats, and Flatted Oats  And Good Quality Wheat  Creston Mercantile Co., l*  ������V*.,ihVS| , ���������������������*��������� ������*.������, *��������� ���������������  W.rr.1  ���������-,,^,\j  I  I  VLWitimm*mmtmmmmmmilllmmmmmmim i  ni"'  HIV  rl--  I;*'  11.4  \iS-  f  THE   CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW.  \:k  THE MAN ANI  Tlir   UMID  mc ffiuust  And the Sin of Omission Alice  Charged Against Herself.  By   KEITH   GORDON.  one thing thnt he hadn't done was fo  make love, and Elinor had long since  given up trying to make bim.  ���������'Haven't yon ever been In love.  Max?" she had asked him once, with  genuiue curiosity In the gray eyes that  had been more than one man's undo-  A CHRISTMAS_VAM������IIUL  A fool there was. and he made a gift  (Even as you or 1).  He bought   It with   tame   and   care  and  thrift  (For a   lady  his   friends   thought   rather  swift).  Elinor for the first time in ber life  was looking the future squarely iu tbe  eye. Hitherto she had been content to  nibble at life, muiu-hiug away couteut-  edly enough, satisfied with the joy of  the moment. Aud she might havegoue  on so for au indefinite time had it Dot  been for the occurremfe of the 3d of  June.  New Year's day is significant only  because then, by tominou consent,  time moves up a number. This particular June 3 made an indelible impression on Elinor's miud because on that  day she begau to be thirty-two���������began  at the very beginning, of course, but  still she begau.  ���������"I.shall say I'm thirty-one all this  year anyway." she announced defiantly to tbat other self that receives our  dearest confidences. "It's such bad  form to say you're thirt.v-oue years  and two months old. or whatever it  may happen to be. And if I have to  write it I'll make it thirty-one iu round  numbers���������not even thirty-one plus."  A1I of which, as ihe reader can see,  was very unscrupulous.  However, as she found, by far the  worst thing about beginning to be  thirty-two was the fact that you  eoutdii't forget it. The harder you  tried the better you remembered it  "Well, what if 1 am':**  Tbis was the remark tbat our hero-  toe slung into space when, after a  ���������week of torment, she sat down with  her chin resting on her bauds to have  the thing out. "What if 1 am? So  are plenty of other gir��������� women. I *  mean. Alice is thirty. Mary thirty-one. j  Mabel twenty-eigrht." I  She paused in ber enumeration, struck |  by tbe thought that all these friends j  were married. Matrimony was a sub- '  ject to which she had jriven the mini- \  mum of thought. She supposed she'd i  come to it some time, but she was iu }  no hurry to enter that narrow pasture j  so long as there was pleasant browsing j  to be bad outside. ���������  ing.     A  dull   flush  came  up  Into  his ; And when he gave It the lady sniffed  face, and he looked at ber strangely.  "Yes." he answered shortly. " 1 have.  Beautiful night, isn't it?" she weUtf  on after a moment, and there was a  touch of mockery in his voice "that  made the questioner wince. After that  sbe asked him no more.  "What's up?" he; demanded, surveying her cynically as she came down  to receive him one evening, with re?V  nunciation speaking from every line  of her plain gown and her smooth,  parted hair. "Is it some sort .of. lay  sackcloth and ashes? What particular sin are you mourning?"  "The great sin of omission!" she  answered demurely as they sat down  opposite each other. But he looked incredulous. He bad not known her fifteen years for nothing.  "Commission, you mean." he said  dryly, with an air of remembering  things.  "No; omission! I'd tell you about  it, only you're never any comfort to  a person. You're just like a stone.  5Ias. I don't know how I've endured  you so long."  He turned his eyes lazily upon her  with a look long, steady, inscrutable.  Neither s������suk������. but after a mossest  Elinor, with a beautifully assumed air  of perfect ease, sought refuge in a  study of the pattern of the carpet.  "Possibly I may tell you some time.**  be said, with a nonchalant laugh, "but  go on: let me hear what's the trouble.  You always tell me eventually."  And so. in fact, she did. lt was tha  beauty of Max that he made you like  and bate him simultaneously. But noV  matter what you felt you wanted him,  and you usually confided in him. That  at least had beeu Elinor's experience,  and it was beiug repeated for the hundredth time now. She wanted to tell  him; she always wanted to tell bim everything. She leaned forward suddenly, with a childish bid for sympathy in  her eyes.  "Yon see. Max. I've omitted to get  married.    And now I'm thirty-one"���������  "Plus." he corrected gravely.  'Thirty-one." she continued Qrmly,  "and. though it's been great fun���������well,  all at once I realized that I'm an old  maid. It's so unexpected. Why haven't  I married? That's what I don't understand."  There was a pause in which it seemed to ber that she suddenly heard the  beating of her own heart.   Before she  (Even as you or 1).  Oh, the Judgment and taste and time we  waste  On the gifts at Chrlstmasttde.  Which   we   give   to   the   lady   who   Isn't  pleased  (And now   we know  she  could   never  be  pleased  Ahd' never be satisfied)!  A fool there-was. and he gave his check  (Even as you or I)  For a necklace of pearls without a fleck  (And   it   didn't   the   least   suit   the nady's  And   she   never   thanked   him;  a   single  speck  (Even as you or X).  Oh, the chink we lose and the think wo  lose  On the things we buy with pride  To give to the lady who never ia pleased  (And   now   we   know   sho  can   never   to  pleased  And never be satisfied)!  The fool wns fleeced to his last red cent  (Even as you or I)  Sho threw him aside when  his gold was  spent  (And nobody eared wliere the lady went).  And the fool gave way to loud lament  (Even as you or I).  And it wasn't the loss, aud tt wasn't the  dross.  The reason that same fool cried.  It was   coming:  to   know   that she   never  was pleased  (Seeing at last she could never be pleased  And never bo satisfied).  ���������Carolyn Weils In Smart Set.  Ship's       wireiess.  Information.  They had been talking about "Vog-  ncr," "The Sua uee River" and others,  'when, she asked. "Do you kuow 'Maggie Murphy's Home?'"  "No." he replied. "1 didn't know she  had beeu away."  foily realized what had happened her  When she had thought of it at all it i  han'ds were he,d C|m ^ Max  had seemed to meau chiefly a tiresome [  . round of housekeeping that resulted in |  three perpendicular lines just over the {  nose, a memoraudum of worry that she  secretly determined to avoid s$ Song as  possible. But now that she -was beginning to be thirty-two the thing was  different.  Could- it be, she asked herself, that  sbe had made a mistake after all and  that those three incisive lines were as  much of an honor as au officer's bars?  Could it be that there was a poiut  when one began to be thirty-two. for  Instance, when becomingness demanded thnt one should lay aside "Miss"  just as it required that oue should  stop wearing pink? *  She faced her plight with a stiff upper lip. realizing that she had no one  but herself to blame. There bad been  a number of men���������the mischievous dimple at the coi-uer of her mouth danced  into sight for a second at the thought  of how many���������who had done their best  to atop her in whnt she now recognized  for the lirst time her mad career. Sbe  had declined their offers kindly, but  with a certain royal carelessness that  recked not of possible dark hours to  come. When did auy woman born to  the belief in the dlvlue right of queens  ever foresee dethronement?  Sbe had inadvertently "lived over,"  as she hud once heard it quaintly  phrased. There was uo doubt nbout It,  she wuh au old maid! She repeuted it  aloud In all its brutal truth, scorning  such euphemisms us "spinster" and  "bachelor womun."  "You're an old iimld���������just n plain old  maid!" she said audibly. But it sounded like a joke���������like oue of those things  too bad to be true. She would probably wake up after n bit to find that  ���������be had been married since ber eighteenth year and hnd n son ready to enter college and a daugbter about to  make her debut.  No such happy awakening came,  however, nnd with desperate philosophy she decided that since she wna  an old maid sbe would enter into tho  role for all it wns worth, At leant  ���������be would avoid the error of being  kittenish.  Little by little bor plainest gowns  were brought Into requisition. Certain  littlo graces aud -frivolities of tlie toilet  were one by one abandoned. She timidly asked Alice, her elopcst friond, to  tench the children to call ber "auntie."  A thing which she hnd hitherto forbidden under the penalty of n midden  death to the cherub thnt should first  be guilty of It.  "Whnt is the mutter with .vou?"  CMped AI loo. with n stare of nranzo-  ment "And whnt hnve yon been doing with your Imir, nnd why nre you  wearing thnt ugly old dress, with all  the handsome thing*' tlint yon hnvo?''  "I'm Jtmt wearing the thing* suitable  to my nge before the denr friends havo  a chnwe fo point them out to tne,"  wns the answer. And tlint uIkIii her  friend confided tn her husband, with  thoughtful regret, thnt Kllnor wnH becoming h retrain r old mil Id,  Another of her friend*- nnd comrade*, Mux Aiiil<>i>i'ii. iti ������������������������ iiiiliV������i*j the  nubile change. Theirs hnd lii'cn ii -tort  of brother nnd slm������>r friendship of long  nt nnd Ing. For years In* hnd scolded  imd  criticised  nnd   bullied  b<ir.    TM  was  saying:  "Look at me, Elinor, and see if you  can't find out. I've waited years for  you to finish sowing your wild oats."  Part of the Game.  juc lsccsi. o.iuu v: nn iS uOi me uruaa  Joke or quip, but the remark which  summarizes the truth of a situation in  a striking and. if possible, humorous  fashion. President Lowell of Harvard  Is credited with a reply which meets  these conditions. It was at a dinner  in England where John Burns, tbe labor leader, was present Mr. Burns  was talking about some bygone custom of government.  "That is as obsolete." he said, "as  tbe constitution of the United States.  Am I not right Mr. Lowell?"  "I am reminded." returned the other,  "of a resjark which ! overheard at a  tennis' tournament. Two old ladies  were" Watching the game. One of  them said. 'Uow much easier it would  be for the players if that net were  not in the way!' The constitution ls  our net"  Forests of tha Philippines.  After several years' Investigation ot  the forests of the Philippine Islands  Dr. H. N. Whltford is enabled to make  some statements concerning their extent and richness which will be likely  to surprise many readers. He says,  for instance, thnt tbe virgin forest  area of the islands, covering 25.000.000  acres, contains 200,000.000,000 board  feet of lumber, and he contrasts this  with the 400.000.000,000 feet of timber  growing on the 200.000.000 acres contained in the forest reserves of the  United States. In other words, the  Philippine forests nre, acre for acre,  four times ns rich ns thoso of this  country. Other authorities agree with  Dr. Whltford In the opinion that whon  the world's eyes are opened to tho  value of the tropical forests a great  asset will have been added to tho common wealth of mankind.  Mollis Knew.  Little Mollie, the daughter of a popular physician, has a most vigorous  imagination. Indeed, it is such a very  vigorous imagination that it runs away  with Mollie's houesty. to her parents'  great dismay.  The other day her mother overheard  her tell lug a story to Bobby Davis, a  neighbor. It was a very interesting  story. It related, with every appearance of truth, the adventures of Mollie  on an airship. Now. Mollie's mother  knew very well that tl*e ;.child had  never seen an airship in her life, so  she called her away from Bobby Davis and began to talk to her.  "Mollie, don't you know that you  make mother very unhappy by telling  such awful stories?" she asked. Mollle hung her head and said nothing.  "Don't you know what happened to  Ananias and SapphiraV"' the mother  continued. And Mollie looked up  brightly.  "Oh. yes." she snid. "1 know all  about them. They were struck dend  for lying. I saw them being carried  into the corner drug store."���������Chicago  Journal.  Photo by American Press Association.  MISS GRA.YJsEt.IiA PACKER.  The chief object of interest to the  800 first cabin passengers who sailed  recently from, New York , on thr������ Clyde  if liner Mohawk for Jacksonville was a  young woman wearing a blue serge  uniform with short skirt and navy  cap. who stood on the promenade deck  forward on the starboard side waiting  for the gangway to be taken down.  She was the last improvement in wireless telegraphy. Captain Kemble said���������  a woman operator.  Miss Grayuella Packer of Jacksonville will have charge of the Mohawk's  wireless room on the trip to Jacksonville and back. She is the first woman  to take this post on board ship. coast-  Wise or otherwise. If the experiment  proves a success the company will put  women on their other vessels, the officials say.  Up to Date Coat.  Smart children this winter are wearing coats of white broadcloth trimmed  SSYSTERS0US DREAMS,  Phantasms  of the  Night A That   Have  Caused a Sensation.  The interest in the general election  in the British Isles gave way to the  sensation caused by the evidence giv=  en. by. Mr. Claude Sawyer in the.VWara-  tah case. Mr. John Dickinson, who  conducted,the Board of Trade inquiry i  into the mysterious disappearance of  this liner between Durban .and Cape  Town last June, said at. the close, "I }  heartily congratulate you, Mr. Sawyer, on being alive and being here to  give evidence." Mr, Sawyer told that  three or four days before the ill-lated  vessel reached Durban, ho had "&,  dream, which was most unusual." He  had booked a first-class passage from  Sydney to Cape Town by ths Wara-V  tah, and he seems to have felt anxiety before leaving Australian waters.  Three times he had a dreaming vision  of a man in a peculiar dress, who was  holding iu his right hand a bloody  sword. "The second time it canie, X,  thought, 'I will know it again*; and  the third time I looked at it so 'intently that I could almost design it,  sword and all, even now. Next day I  mentioned the dream to a gentleman,  and he said, 'It's warning.' Then I  began to think why I should be warned, and I was anxious to leave the  ship.*Y He left it at Durban.  Perhaps the strangest story of. a  dream at sea is that told by George  Burrow in the opening, pages of "Tha  Bible in Spain." "I was bound for  Lisbon. We passed Cape Finisterre,  and, sisriditig farther out to sea,  speedily lost sight of land. On the  morning of the 11th the sea was very  rough, and a remarkable circumstance  occurred. I was on the forecastle,,  discoursing with two of the sailors.  One of them, who had but just left  his hammock, said: 'I have had a  strange dream, which I do not much  like, for,' continued he, pointing to  the mast, 'I dreamt that I fell into-  the sea from the cross-trees* He was  heard to say this by several of the  crew besides myself  A moment later the captain of the  vessel, perceiving that the squall was  increasing,   ordered   the   top-sails   to  be  taken   in,   whereupon   this   man,  with    several   others,    instantly    ran  aloft; the yard was in the act of being   hauled   down,   when   a   sudden  gust of wind  whirled it round  with  violence", and a man was_ struck down  from  the    cross-trees    into    the  sea,  which was working like yeast below, j  In a short time he emerged.    I saw j  his head on the crest of a billow, and '  instantly Teeognized in the unforunate !  man the sailor.who  a few. moments ���������  before had related his dream.   I shall  never forget the look of agony he cast  whilst the steamer hurried past him.  .   .   .   The poor fellow who perished  in  this  singular'manner,was  a fine  young man of about twenty-seven, th*  only son of a widowed mother.    He  was the best sailor on board, and was  beloved by all who  were acquainted  with him."  SAVED  FINGER, v  Mrs. B. E. Bedwell, of 337, Pro-  venuhe? Ave., St. Boniface, Winnipeg,  ���������aya ;-������������������ ��������������� Some time ������go nay ehildreu  took diphtnoria, ������nd while attending  thom the poison entered a small scratch  on the second finger of my loft hand.  Ti������U became very sore and blood-poisoning Boon Oftia. For nioatlin af idr the  children were quito woll I was suffering from ��������� shockingly bid finger. The  ���������cratch was caused .originally oy 6 pin,  and in itself, was not at all serious.  Tho consequences, however. of neglect-  ing thissoraU-h,werer very serious to me,  e ect. Quite on the ontrary the finger  became moro and more swollen and dis-  colored. It then began to f enter, and I had  to call ia a doctor. He lanced the Snser  to let ont the pus, and yoa can imagine  h^w painful the finger, wus! Despite hie  care, howov-r. it again festered and the  oln men to, liniments, and other preparations which the dootor gave me seemed  abaolutelynnabletobringaboutanyrelief.  "The dootor thereupon advised me to go  Into the St. Boniface Hospital. I feared  that if I went to the Hospital the linger  . wonld be amputated. We wero told of a  case similar to my own io which Zam-Buk  had effected a cure -when everything else  ha I fatled and the doctor had said that  ouly amputation could save the person's i  hand.  " We, therefore, decided to give Zam-  Buk a trial. A supply waa procured; and  we commenced the Zam-Buk treatment.  It only noetled a few duys to. show the  wisdom of thi* step. The blood-poisoning  and inflammation wen reduood, tbe pain  b came less acute, and it was evident*  very shortly that the trouble was beini(  reduced to a Jess and still less area. We  persevered with the Zam-Buk and in the  ���������'id the festering sore was thoroughly  cleaned, then healed. In nniler three  weolu from first commencing With Zam-  Buk, the finger wis entirely well; and  had we applied Zain- Buk in the first place,  instead of trying ordinary preparation*,  no doubt I shonld hare saved myself  hours a nd hour* of acute agony.*  ������. All mothers should note ibis east. Zam-Bnk  ts a sun ours for blood-poisoning, fssteriusr,  outs, soratches from bwbed wire, bruises,  eowaa, gashes, tetter, salt gheum,face sores,  ulcers, piles, bud leg, Tstico* -reins, .and all  skin iojuriegand diseases. 60s a box. all druggist* sad stores or pout free from Zam-Buk Co., n  Toronto, tor prios. Send lo stamp for postage K  ot free trial box. 'Be������u.-<e all i ;v'dtat!o&a. S>  A Failure.  "Do you think, sir." asked the waiter, helping the guest on with his coat,  "that lightning ever strikes twice in  the same place?"  "Yes. I guess It does." answered the  departing diner.  "Well, sir. the gentleman who sat  at this table before .you cume in gave  me a fifty cent tip. Rlr."  "Ah. indeed! And you think ihere  mny be it elmnce thnt he'd come buck  tomorrow? I doubt it. Good night!"  ���������Toledo Leader.  Dickens and Marshalsea Prison.  A vory interesting relic of one ot the  London prlnons demolished in the  course of tho Vlctorinn cm 1s about  to flguro In nn miction room in tho  wost end. This is the nctunl Iron nnd  onlt grill from tho old Mnruhnlsoa  prison in Southwnrlc, behind which, it  is snid, the father of Charles Dickens  was confined for debt. Renders of  tho immortal works of tho son will not  need to he reminded of the fact thnt  the best description of tho Interior of  tho famous prison and tho llfo led  therein is given In "Uttlo Dorrit"  Like more than one othor In the London area, the prison wns finally razed  to the ground In 1800. It wns used  nlmost entirely for persons committed  for debt and contempt of court and for  admiralty prisoners.���������Londoti Newa.  A Christmas Hint.  If It only was good form at Ohrlatnmn  Wo'd not bo out many a V.  Could we write on tlie curd with tho present  A polite, littlo R. S. V. P.  .; ���������Judge.  Lesson From the Past.  Sisyphus was bullied, but not discouraged.  "Look at Edgar Allan Poe!" he said.  "It took him slxty-one years to get Into  the hall of fame, but ho mado it at  Inst!"  Bending to his work with renewed  energy, he rolled the stono up tho bill  again.���������Ohlcago Tribune.  'May Knight.Women.  In olden days they were not so  chary of recognizing feminine services. The..abbesses of great nunneries used to be "knighted" and even  now there is a charming young  French woman, who, though, unmarried,. is a' countess in her own right  by reason of being the Chanoinesse  of a religious order.  At present in England there is  something anomalous in the fact that  man takes till the titles, stars, and  ribands, as well as place, power, and  money, and allows the women folk to  toil all their lives at inferior salaries  and with ho hops even of those ornamental rewards, such as coronets and  orders, to which human nature is so  persistently attached. .. ��������� >  It has been whispered, though, that  the two ladies who have been elected  Mayors of English towns, will be  knighted during this coronation year,  precisely as their masculine compeers will receive this honor at the  hands of King George.  The idea should be persistently  dwelt on, ao the circulation of such  a rumor may lead to the foundation  of some order-���������with a title attached���������  whic' can be bestowed on eminent  women, whether married, single or  widows.  Before Rome, Burned.  Roman Citizen���������What'** the mattor,  Friend Tullius MareuHi-uo*?  Uomnn Insurance Agent ��������� Mattor?  Why, tho compunloH hnvo Just decided  to cancel all thoir pollclcH here on tho  ground of n "moral lur/iii'd." and the  board of underwriter* hnx appointed  mo to acquaint Emperor Noro with tbe  fact i���������Puck.  Corn Mills.  Corn mills nro often mentioned in  the HI bio. Tin- url������lmil com mill much  resembled the modern drugjrint's pintle. Meson forbado corn mills to be  taken In pawn, for that, he thought,  wen something liko taking a tnun's lift  la oledao.  Heerd nt the Symphony.  Mrs. A.���������I mipposo you are very fond  of music, Mr. H.?  Mr. B,���������No, really! I come here nlm-  ply because it's the correct thing, yon  know. Music I look upon an nothing  more than an expensive iiolsc-llos-  ton Transcript,  Olnd.  Ab, truly he's a Itnpoy mnn!  Knlft novor prods min with Its spurs  11<������ lir.s n wife who rtonsn't warn  Vor Christmas Just n set of nirs.  ���������Dstrolt li'rsu i'rons.  IM VtiKOK. AMU WniTK KtrFBOT.  with black velvet.   The coat in tbo cut  to carried out In thia magpie effect.  Domestic Superstitions,  If whon wushing dishes you forgot  an article It Is a sign you will heur of  a wedding.  If you sing whllo ranking broad yon  will cry before lt In eaten.  If your apron bocomos untied it ikon Indication that Homebody Is speaking of you.  To forgot to put coffee In tho cotton-  pot Is the sign nf a coming gift.  To accldontnlly plnco tho teakettle  on thr stove with the apout toward  tho hack is n sign of company.  If a coal of flro falls on the floor it  In n ������l|rn a at ranger In coming to seo  you.  If after sweeping n room the broom  Is accidentally left hi a corner utran  vers will visit tho houso tliat day.  Reprobate's Disturbed Slumber.  Dr. .' rmstrong Robinson, Dean ot  Westminster, who has been transferred to the Deanery of Wells, Somerset, a position which will not entail such a strain upon his health as  life in tho Metropolis, was the last  canon appointed by the late Lord  Salisbury, and tho first dean to gain  preferment undor Mr, Balfour's regime as Prime Minister.   '  Dr. Robinson is a scholar of tho  first rank, and is an impress!vo  preacher. He docs not mince his  words when he wishes to drlvo homo  a point, and beneath a somewhat  austere appearance there lurks a refreshing capacity i'or humor.  Ono of his ibest stories in about an  old reprobate: who hud decided to repent, and fiiino.unced to ovory ono that  whatever, wrong he had dono should  bo mado right; So ono of tho villagers to whom ho owed a big sum of  money, went round to his cottugo at  midnight to domand it. "But what  did you come at this hour for and  wako mo upP Why not wait until tomorrow 9" asked tlio old sinner. 'I  camo corly," said the othor, "to avoid  tho crush r    '  It may be all right to laughs and  grow fat. but when people begin to  call you "Fatty," it's    no    laughing;  ASK YOURSELF  And find out if you have kidney disorders.   Also make this test.  Have you pains in the hack over  the kidneys?  Have you urinary disorders?  Do you^ suffer from severe . headaches, dizziness or defective eyesight?  Is the skin dry and harsh?  Are you failing in health andl  strength and suffering from rheumatic pains or swelling,of the.limbs?  These are a few of the symptoms of  kidney disease, and here isV the test.  If the urine, after'V standing for  twenty-four hours is cloudy, milky or  has particles floating about ��������� in it, or  if there is a sediment in the bottom  of the vessel, your kidneys are diseased. ���������'������������������-'  There is no time to lose 'in beginning the use of Dr. Chase's Kidney  iind Liver Pills. Delay, means the  development of Bright's Disease, audi  you do not want to take any chances.  with that. Dr. Chase's Kidney and  Liver Pills will help you more quickly than any treatment you can obtain  and that is one reason why they are  so successful and popular.  Mr. W. H. Mosher, South AugUBta,  Grenville county, Ont., writes :���������-"I  used Dr. Chase's Kidney and Liver  Pills and firmly believe there is no  medicine to equal them. I was  troubled for years with kidnoy disease, and this treatment has cured  me. When I began tho use-of. these  pills I could only walk from my bed  to a chair. Now I can go to tho field  and work like any other man. Dr.  Chase's Kidney and Liver Pills are  an excellent medicine." This statement is certified to by tho Rov. E. H.  Emctt, Baptist minister, of Brook'  villo, Ont.  Dr. A. W. Chaso'H Kidnoy and Liver  Pills, one pill a doso, 25 oonts a box,  at all dealers, or Edmanson, Bato������  and Co., Toronto, Tho portrait and  signature of A. W. Chaso, M. D��������� tho  famous Receipt Book author, aro on  ovory box. Thoso aro for your protection against imitations and substitutes.  Succors doesn't "happen." It is  organized, pre-empted, captured by  conoontratnd common sonso.  Irish  M.P.'t Cheap  Election.  With the exception of the return- '  ing ofllcor's foe, Mr. Jr. MoVoagh'B  election as Nationalist M.P. for South  I Down cost him nothing. At a moot*  1 ing \o celebrate Ws success, ho told  his supporters that they had achieved  victory without expanding a ooppor  on the payment of agents, literature  postage, printing, or oven on tho issue of polling cards. Thoy declined  tho ofiitr of motor-cars and not a sin-  glo elector was cai^viuiscd.  The Music Lovers.  She���������Did'you ��������� enjoy tho concert last  nightP  X-I0--N0: I couldn't hear anything.  Sho���������Why not?  v Hfti-lw) Indies sat in front of me  and chatted tho wholo evening about  how much thoy loved music.  v/������-*J  YDO-D-D^M  KIDNEY  ���������WwUw|M������|W|4iin.|iWMwM ���������   -  /i ,\  I     ''H     H������*i   i"w������. ^^  ]*������  { 1 . ���������    ' " 5  ���������: , \ \������v.   ��������� ;:  ll'..Yn'cMT'S   DJ*A>H.|  mv*W  triTg?r*'t!;iiiTrrs!:!^:ii:g:si::i:l|"rri!,ii,j".1"111^,  W. N. U��������� No. 032.  /]  * ^:.^l||^WWl******,**������*,*,'" . r  ."'',.  THE    CRESTON,    B.   C,    REVIEW.  1 '*>b  Appleford  Counter  Check  The best equipped factory for producing Counter Check Books  in Canada.  Capacity  50^000 bkeck Books  Book  Factory  and Offices:  HAMILTON,  ONT.  Company,  Limited.  per Dayn  We are supplying the Largest users of Counter Check  Books in Canada with 'out,-  4 IMPERIAL/BOOKS."  (Not in the Trust.)  APPLEFORD COUNTER  CHECK  BOOK  COMPANY", LIMITED.  Burn your own smoke. Do not inflict up6n others the things by which  _you are disturbed.  JHEAX.TMY rOBXLDBEH'  ARE A BLESSING  Healthy babies are good babies,  and the good baby is a blessing in  every horn*. Nothing can give the  mother or father more pleasure than  *o see baby play. Every movement is  watched with delight; every new  word spoken brings pride to'the fond  parents. It is only the sickly baby  thhtv makes home������ wretched ��������� and,  mothers, it is not baby's fault when  , he is sick.   You are the one to blame.  -f Perhaps you give him candies, cakes  and other food which his little stom-  '-ach is unable to digest. Then when  he is cross and ailing you give him  -some "soothing" mixtures to quiet  him.iV.That is wrong���������remember his  littleV's'tomach is not as strong as a  * growhv persons, and also remember  that every    spoonful    of    "soothing"  The Flight of Time  "It's three months since I saw you  last,"  The one who met her plainly states.  Says she: "Can that be possible?  It's  awful how times  aviates,"  Minard's  Liniment   Cures   Garget   In  Cows  O >in of Patents.  Patents (from patoe, I-;lie open)  originated with the so-called'nobility  of Prance. Lest their superiority to  other fc !cs should be in doubt, the  nobles got out titles of nobility, so  that the fact that they were better  than the rest of the peopla might "lie  open" to all the world. It was in  connection with the printing of books  that the first real patents were issued, about 1550. By i625 it began to  be customary to issue patents protecting the. rights of inventors in the  arts and manufactures. Since th������*.t  time the people iu the various "patent offices" of the world have had a  steadily increasing business.  The City of Paris.  The founders of Pam, emigrating  from some Greek or Etruscan country  on the. shores of the Mediterranean  Sea, rowed their galleys up the river  Seine. They took possession of the  island in that stream oh. which their  city is built and, according to the legends that have come down to the  present time, called it "Baris," which  is Greek for a boat then used upon  the river Nile, whence Paris. The  island on which the adventurers landed was held to typify a boat, and to  this day the coat of arms of that famous city is an ancient galley.  When a father gives his sons skates,  his wife says he doesn't care if they  do get drowned. A more satisfactory  gift from a. woman's viewpoint is a  crochet needle/  Stiff neck! Doesn't amount to much  but mighty disagreeable. You will be  surprised to see how quickly Ham-  lins Wizard Oil will drive the stiffness out.   One night, that's all.  "Jimmy, you wasted- your breath  talking to old Mr. Wilbur this morning. He's as deaf as a post." "I  know that," said A Jimmy; with a  don't  smile,  "but posts    don't    haye    six-   .   ..   .-..-��������� -���������-.     .x.'^.:    -\~-.-a r.   \.n~   pences in. their pockets to give little  more injury���������it does not remove the"j  .cause  of his    fretfulnes&r-it    merely ^  . dopes him into an unnatural    sleep.  . What is needed to make baby healthy  , and-Vliappy is Baby's    Own    Tablets  ��������� ���������a medicine    with    a    guarantee of  % safety.    About    them    Mrs.    Mathies  McCormick, West St.   Peters, P.E.I.,  , writes: "We have used Baby's 'Own  .. Tablets with good results.    They, are  V oertainly a" blessing for', mothers that  haye cross sickly babies.   They sweeten* the stomach; give refreshing sleep  And make baby   fat    and    healthy."  Sold, by .medicine dealers or. by mail  at'" 25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockviiie, Ont.  Aerppianists  are  looking  to    some  ��������� new ;alloy to lighten the weight of the  flying machine.        , .  The Friend of All Sufferers.-���������Like to "tL~  shadow of a rock in- a weary land" fs I>r.  Thomas' Ecleotric Oil to all those who suffer pain It holds out hope to everyone and  realizes it by stilling suffering everywhere.  It is a liniment that has the blessings of  half a continent. It ia on sale everywhere  and can be found wherever enquired for.  VERYSHQRT AND  RIGHT TO THE POINT  \\  FRANK  MILLER TELLS WHY  HE  RECOMMENDS   DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS  He used them for Rheumatism, Heart  Disease and Lumbago,   and   they  went ���������'* right   to   the    root   of his  Roubles.  Elkmouth, B.O. (Special).���������-Frank  -Miller, section foreman on the railroad  here,!whoso work exposes him to all  kinds of weather, has discovered .that  A Dodd's Kidnoy Pills aro a sovereign  remedy for thoso Kidney ills that almost invariably follow neglected  colds. .  "For four years I suffered from  Lumbago, < Heart Disoaso and Itheu-  ���������mutism, brought on from a cold,"  aays Mr. Miller, "And I got tho vory  best results from using Dodd's Kidnoy  ���������' Pills. I frooly reoommond Dodd's  VKignoy Pills to anyone suffering from  h thcJso diseases."  Short and to tho point, that statement, isn't itP But it is juBt liko  Dodd's Kidney Pills. Thoy go right  to tho point. Thoy euro tho Kidnoys.  Healthy Kidneys Btrain all tho impurities out of thh blood. Piiro blood  moans good circulation and renewed  Ufa and energy all ovor tho body.  .Thus Dodd's Kidnoy Pills not only  euro disoaso. Thoy tono up tho wholo  body and mako a man fool that ho  hair' boon glvon it now looso of lifo.  That's why pooplo all ovor Canada  aro shouting tho praises of Dodd's  Kidnoy Pills.  ' ��������� ���������������������������WW-WW mm If'" wim*��������� ������������������  A girl 'HltflB to havo proposals, so  ,sho won't havo to,fib so much about  having thom anyhow.  If a man. were asked an nearing thfe  end of a long life what happening of  the holy Sabbath is imprinted most  strongly on his memory, he would reply that it is his wife's desire to sweep  wherever he chanced to be sitting  Sunday morning.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  Take   LAXATIVE   BROMO   Quinine  Tablets.   Druggists refund money if it  fails to cure.   E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box.   25c.  He is a noble husband who accepts  the. cigars his wife bought for him,  destroys them one ut a time, and says  nothing.  Drug Shares at a Premium  National Drug and Chemical Co. of  Canada 6 per cent, first preference  shares of ������1 each are now quoted on  the London market at a premium of  12 J������ per cent., the present price being ������1 28. 6d.      ,  "I suppose, Jennie, you wouldn't  want to go to the concert Wednesday  in your old hat?"  "You dear thing���������I couldn't posr  sibly think of showing myself in it."  "That's what I thought, so I���������-"'  "What?"  "Bought only one tlekct to the concert."���������-Mcggondorfcr Blacttor.  Relief for the Depressed.���������Physical and  mental depression usually have their  origin in a disordered state of the stomach and liver, as when.these organs are  deranged in their action the whole system  is affected. Try Parmelee's Vegetable Pills.  They revive the digestive processes, act  beneficially on the nerves and restore the  spirits as no other pills will. They are  cheap, simple and sure, and the effects are  lasting.  < As It Goes  In the corner she's left the mechanical toy,  On a chair is her Teddy Bear fine.  The things that I thought she would  really enjoy  mDon't seem to be quite in her line.  There's the flaxen haired doll that is  lovely to see  And really expensively dressed,  Left   alone,   all   uncared   for,   and,  strange though it be,  She likes her rag dolly the best.  Oh,   the   money   we   spent,   and  the  plans that we laid  And the wonderful things that we  bought!  There   are   toys   that   are   cunningly,  skillfully   made  But she seems not to give them a  thought,  She was pleased when she Woke and  discovered them there,  But never a one of us guessed  That it isn't the splendor that makes  a gift rare-  She likes her rag dolly the best.  no hospjtaTfor  mr/lawler  HE TOOK GIN PILLS  If you ever hear anyone say that  Rheumatism can't be cured, ask them  if they have ever tried GIN PILLS.  Or ask them to write us for proof  that GIN PILLS have cured hundreds and hundreds of cases of Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, Pain in  the Back and other troubles caused  by weak Kidneys or Bladder.  Rheumatism can be cured���������is being  cured every day���������by GIN PILLS.  Here is the best kind of proof.  Ogden, N. S.  "I have been troubled with Rheumatism so bad that I could not work.  A doctor tended me and told me to  go to the hospital but all to no good  until a friend told me. to try GIN  PILLS. I did so and after taking a  few boxes, I am perfectly well."  D.J. LAWLER.  Take GIN PILLS on our positive  guarantee that they will cure you or  money refunded. 50e. a box���������6 for  $2.50. Order from us if your dealer  cannot supply them. Sample box  free if you write us. National Drug  and Chemical Co., Dept. N.TL, Toronto. 50  TWO LIONS AT BAY.  Magistrate (to prisoner who has'  been before him eveTy month for  years)���������"Ebenezer Noakes, aren't you  ashamed to Abe seen here so often?"  "Bless yer heart, sir, this place is  quite respectable ter some places  where I'm seen." .  My turkey, 'tis of thee,  Sweet bird of Cranberry  , Of thee Awe sing. V     V  We love' thy breast and wings,  Back legs .and other things,  We love thy good stuffings, ''"���������  O luscious bird. Y  "Fine old inn, sir," commented the  host. "Everything in this house has*  its story."  "I don't doubt it," remarked the  grouchy1 tourist. "And is there any  legend connected with this old piece  of  cheese?"���������Kansas  City Journal.  The   Nova   Scotia  "Lumber   King"  says:. '"  '^1 consider MINARD'S LINIMENT  the BESTyliniment in use.  .1 got my foot badly jammed latelv.  I. bathed it well with ItflNARD'S LINIMENT and it was as well as ever  next day.     y Yours very truly,  ; T. G. McMULLEN.  m-  gto*l}M������oi������.y������ih*  st wtd luacs.  ??���������*������-������a  Offonslvo Candor  Washinpton Star���������"Did you over get  a good likeness of Mr. Dustin StaxP"  "Perfect,"  said    tho    self-confident  Jnaintor; "it. waa so true to nature that  io refused to buy it."  QoBtlvensus nnd Its Ours.���������Wlion tho ex*  orotvry annuls rotund to injrlorni their  functions jproporly tho intoritinos become  oloBited. This io known an ooBttvenons nnd  if nealootod kIvoh rlno to danncroun com-  plications. Parmelee's Vevetauio rills will  ofTcct n spoody oure. At the first intimation ot this ailment tho sufforcr should  procure a packet o! tho pills and put himself tinder a course of treatment. The  Rood directs of tho pllla will bo almost im*  mediately ovldont.  Thoro arc only eleven periodic  comets ol which tlio return has been  ohflorvcid.  Gladstone and the Heckler.  Mr. Gladstone wns altogether  tolerant nf t^e heckler. During his  last Midlothian campaign he was  questioned by Sir (then Mr.) John  Usher of. Norton, who had once  been Gladstone's chairman of committee, on the subject of tho Irish  pniT^sa's, wbi^H sundered so many  political friendships.; To one or two  inquiries a curt reply was given. "Am  I tc understand"���������-Mr. Ushor was beginning. "Understand!" The old  stotesmnn leoped to his feet. "I'am  responsible for tho understanding that  the Almighty has put in this skull of  mine,'-* tapping his forehead. "I am  not responsible," pointing his finger  at the questioner,. "for the . understanding that Ho has put in that skull  of yours." The effect of this rebuke  was overwhelming. Mr. Ushor sank  speechless into his scat.���������-Westminster  Gazette.  Deafness Cannot Be Cured  by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion ot the ear. There 13 only one way to  cure deafness, and that la by constitutional remedies.  Deatnesa la caused bysa Inflamed condition ot the  mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. -When this  tube Is Inflamed you have a rumblln? sound or Imperfect hearing, snd when l������ ia entirely closed. Deat-  nass ia the result, and unless the inflammation can be  taken out and this tubs restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine esses  out ot ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing  bus aainSained condition of the mucous surfaces.  ���������We will give One Hundred Dollars tor any cue ot  Deatnen (caused by catarrh) thst cannot;be cured  by Hall's Catarrh Cure.   Send for circulars, free. -  F.J. CHENEY * CO.. Toledo. O.  Sold by Druggists, 75c.  Tats HiU's Family Pills tor oaanlpstloa.  Indignant Magnate '~ (whose pet  measure is likely to fail)���������"What do  you think ybu were elected for, anyhow?" y  Distinguished Senator (with a  dreamy faraway gaze)���������"For six years  ���������I hope!"  If you are a sufferer from colds set a  bottle of Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup  and test its qualities. It will be fonnd  that no praise bestowed on it is too high.  It does all that is claimed tor it, and does  it thoroughly. Do not take any substitute  for Bickle's Syrup, because it is the best,  having stood the test of years. All the  best dealers soil it.  Plans have been set on foot in Australia for the development of a large  portion of the island.continent, which  is now little more than a wilderness.  Ate Unwisely?  Sometimes people do, end suffer,  because the stomach balks.  relieve the discomfort at once, and help direst the overload.   The lover of good  things m*y feat quite atfe with a box of NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets at hand.  TSOo. about.   If your druggist has.not atooked them yet send 60o. and we  will mall them 34  NalUwal D*i������������ *mi ���������%���������**!**& Co. al CsnaJs, UsahsJ.    '���������     -      ���������      ���������      MiMwasU  What Oarly lo Wroto of Tennyson.  Tennyson in his primo was thus  described by Thomas Carlyle to Ralph  Waldo Emorsbn on Aug. 6, 1814: "One  of tho finest looking mon in tho  world. A great shock of rough, dusty dark hair; bright, laughing, hazel  oyos; masBivo aquiline faco ��������� most.  masBivo, yet moat delicate, of sallow  brown complexion, almost Indian  looking; clothes cynically loose, froo  and easy; nrookoa inflnito tobacco.  His volco is musically metallic, Uf  for loud laughter and piercing wail,  and -all that may lio botweon; speech,  ahd speculation free and plentuous.  I do not moot in theso lato docades  such oompany over a pipe."  Bravery and Poverty,  To bo ablo to look cheerfully and  hopohilly' through clouds ot'poverty  ond distress is an accomplishment ba-  stowed upon ovory truo and brave woman, and, no matter how poor or  humblo hor homo may he, tho mugio  powor of smiles can brighten its aha*  down and lighten its cares. Upon tbo,  troubled mind of a feeling husband  a wifo's smile falls litco a sunbeam  on a flowor, and how much more boaw*  tiful it makes the faco that wears it  than a frownP When a. wlfa and mother, forgetting sorrows- und hard*  ships, smiles away hor tears, ther*  Ik a loveliness in tho act that speaks  to n man's heart more eloquently than  words.  5  MleUy Btepe eotuha, onr** ������������������MffV  (We ttaMtsad lutut*. ���������   ���������   YsF������������  ���������eata.  Those Brothers    V  Young Man���������-So Miss Ethel is your  oldest sister.   Who comes after her? ,  Small Brother���������Nobody ain't, come  yet; but pa says the first fellow that  comeB can have her.  Thrilling   Experience   of   an   English  Music   Hall   Comedian.  Stage fright of the sort that afflicted Whit Cunliffe, at one time a prominent singer in English music halls, is  not avoidable. Fortunately alio it is  not common. At a place where he waj  engaged in Binningham one of the attractions was a lion show, some of  the beasts being really wild and untamed. Nearly the whole stage was  taken up with the setting of tfte animal show.  "Just as I was going on," said Cunliffe in telling of the incident, "I  heard a hurried rush and confused  shouting, and some one slammed an  iron gate. I heard a voice say. 'Just  in time, he was nearly out.' My music  was starting, so I had not time to enquire.    I went on the stage.  "In a moment I heard ominous  growls and savage snarls, mixed with  much whip-cracking and strenuous  breathing. I am never fond of a wila-  aninial show, and I felt distinctly  nervous that night. . The cloth behind roe sagged and swayed, and then  to my horror suddenly in the wings  I saw the huge head* and front of "a  lion.  "I was singing a song called I  Would, which had a lot of short  verses. As I sang them, my blood  running cold. I watched the lion. It  seemed' to advance slowly, and its  baneful eyes glittered in a truly horrible way. 1 could not go off that  side without passing it, so I prepared  to make my exit with haste.  '"iurningVI was horrified to see another lion on the other side.  "I was caught like a mouse in a  trap, I dared not go off the stage; I  dared not show my discomfiture to the ���������  audience. There was only one thing  for .me to. do���������sing. So I sang in  desperation, hoping that some one  would come and take the'lions away.  They told me afterwards that I sang  ninety-eight verses, but I think that  was  unkind.  "I wondered how long it would take  those two brutes to make up their  mind to. come into tlie full glare of the  footlights, and I had just prepared  to leap into the stalls, regardless cf  .the consequences, when I heard the  hoarse voice of one of the stage hands  say, ' 'Ere, Bill, these two chaps are  too far forward. Give a 'and with  them, will yer?' And coming up between the two lions they lifted them  bodily. They were papier mache."���������  Scraps.  Two   Wordsworth   Anecdotes.  A correspondent of The Spectator  (London) contributes two anecdotes of  Wordsworth. "The scornful pity felt  by an old gardener for Darwin, who,  as he toiled among the idle rich, reminds me of an anecdote which I  have somewhere come across about  the similarly unproductive Wordsworth": ,-..;���������;������������������  An old laborer near AEydal, who had  often seen the poet, h^d been struck  by his odd way of spouting his verses  outrof-doors. When he vwas thus "booing his pottery" he seemed to the  peasant to be quite daft; but his ma-1  lady was intermittent, for actually he  could sometimes say "Good morrow,  John/Yjust like anyone else. This  may.be supplemented by one of the  Wordsworthiana which came to me  oii good authority. Some thirty years:  ago an aged lady who in her girlhood  had known the poet, told me that he  once showed, her & daisy besprinkled  with dew and applied to it the lines  which I quote from memory:  Small   service   is  true  service   while  at lasts;  Of   friends,   however   humble,   scorn  not once;  The daisy by the shadow that it.casts  Protects the lingering, dewdrop from  the sun.  I rather gathered that the stanza was  composed on the spot; but it is pos-  sihle that it had heen written before,  and was drawn from the poet by the  object-illustration. Tliis incident  seems to me worth mentioning. It  awakened a special interest in a  grandson of Wordsworth, who told rao  that it was almost, if not quite, the  only one of his great kinsman's poems  tho occasion of which hod been unknown to him.  B^O'S  r_ _    ������S     THE     NAME  OP   THE   BEST    MEDICINE  rfor COUGHS    gj   COUPS  DH. WINTERS  Cures all chronic diseases. Write  him. 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Feb. llth,  "I bad a borse tbat  had a Spavin for a  '.. lone time snd Z bad  tried nearly, every kind of medicine  when a  neighbor told me to use  Kendall's Spavin Cure, which X did  and it acted Wsaderf ally."  .���������X-XXxX,x..y.X   M. ROSENTHAL  Kendall's Spstvin Core is no  untried experiment, but is the world's  standard remedy for all Swellings,  : SoA Bunches ������nd !jun������n������������s is borse  and man.  Used tbe world over for 4������ years.  ��������� .Kyery fi|jmer, stockman, expressman,   liveryV proprietor   and  horse'  .owner    generally   should   keep   it  always on hand.  y.:'.jl.: a bottle��������� 6 for ������5.   Ask yonif  dealer for free copy of our book "A  ��������� Treatise Oo The Hone"���������or write ns  ������tt. B. J. KEMttAU. CO.   56  Enoslmrg FaUa,    -    V������rmoa8.������  1  I  A  Bust of  Rolls.  ' The bust ol the late Mr. O. S. Rolls,  upon which the sculptor, Mr. W. C.  May,  has been engaged,  under  the  supervision o! Lady LunniraMock, haa  now been finally approved.  The bust,  which is looked upon as a remarkably  success-fill study of the distinguished  aviator and motorist, is borne upon  a four-side pedestal, each of tho four  sides being ornamented with a panel  descriptive ot a notublo event in Mr.  Roll's  career.    These  represent:  The  Paris to Sherborne (Norfolk) balloon  voyage; starting for Calais (aoroplane  flight): Paris to Berlin (motor race);  Dover to CiUain and back (aeroplane  flight).   Tho rcair ot tho bust itself,.  instead of being left in the rough,  as is  usual* iB finished with a mo-'  dotting .of roses and inscribed  with  tlio   name   "Charles   Stewart   Rolls,"  together with a Latin phrase prophesy,  ing thut tho aviator will bo renowned  to posterity.   Mr. May, it will be re-  roembered, wns tho Bculptor omployod  on  the   national   Armuda  Memorial,  orocted by tho nation on Plymouth  Hoc.  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Fred. liurnaby,  gallant soldier and pioneer uoronnut,!  and after tho latter a deuth was lefti  trustcri of liis OHtatea in Ireiund on  behalf of tlio colonel's only son, who  lias distinuuished himself an tho in-  vontor of the Atalonta mono-rail high-  r.peH ������y*.NMn. Thon Mr. Hughes wiin  called to thu Bur, but hi������ high repu-  iation a������ ah organizer and his fond*  nces tor political work led him tovjiis  present respomibl* position.  FXCURSIONS  EASTERN CANADA  Daily during Pccombor.      3 mouths  limit,   Stop over privilegea.  via  8T.  PAUL OR  OULUTH, OMIOAQO  and  'i-^.viuyv^^.  The Double TracK Route.  Reduced Fares for  Steamship Passengers.  November 11th  to December   81st.  Five month* limit.   Write   for   full  particulars nnd descriptive pamphlet.  A. g. DUFF.  Quneral Agent. Passenger Dept.  Representative for all Steamship Lines  and Cook's Tour*.  WW Portage Ave.       ���������       Winnipeg. THE  /CRESTON,    B.   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Addies-? all communication >-fo flie    editor  SPRAYS AND  SPRA YING  LECTURE DELIVERED  AT  CRESTON   ON -1.3TH   FEBRUARY   IN  THE   MERCANTILE    HALL,    BY  PROVINCIAL   FRUIT EXPERT J.  F. CARPENTER.  Sprays and  Spraying is what- might  lie termed a new branch of fruit grow- \  ing, machinery has only been used very :  recently  in ihe control of orchard pests 1  The principal pest to be  controlled is  Aphis, bnt it is necessary to have sprays  of two kinds for combatting the  two-  different classes of insect pests, namely j  the biting and tha sacking insects. j  7 For the   biting   insects   there are a)  large number of  sorays  of which  the)  three chief are Arsnate of Lead, Paris \  Green and Arsnate of Lime,   and  these j  are reduced to one brand par excellence,'  namely Arsnate of Lead.    This is considered the most superior insecticide  for  biting insects that is on the market. We  recommend the paste form of  "Arsnate  of l^ead."   The   mixture   for   summer  spray  shoula  be   two   lbs.  of paste to  abont forty gallons of water.    The best  way   to  mix   is to mix first in a small  quantity of witter, and   then   to   pour  same into the remainder of the water.  For suckiug insects there are various  sprays, but they aro narrowed down to  one, namely "Black Leaf " This can  be obtained in five gallon cans, and for  Rummer Bpray should be dilu ed 1 0  There are also sprays used for the control of fungus diseases such as apple  scab, oto., including Bordeaux Mixture,  and Lime Sulpher, and I strongly advise  tho growers to stick to theso two sprays,  aud Lime Sulpher is ready tho bettor oi'  the two. Lime Sulphor will control  apple scab, black fcput canker, and it is  au insecticide, lt payB to buy tho commercial mixture at present prices. It is  tested as to quality by means of the  Bonumo Scale and can be ascertained to  be up to -standard or otherwise by usin������,  the Hydrometer. The Limo Sulphur  should be nt a strength of 32 on tin  Beaume Scale. I strongly odviso your  having a hydrometer to tost tho lime  sulphur as it- is important to get the  ���������mixture up to the staudard. strength.  Winter spray of lime sulphur tested at  32 Beaume should be used in a strength  of ono to nine, and for summer oue to  thirty. In oaso you add lime co the  commercial lime-sulphur, use it- within  three or four hours. H tbe mixture as  purchased is below 82 Beaume, use less  or more warer iu proportion. The sprays  cau be obtained from the B. C. Fruit  Growers Association ar Victoria. The  hydrometer costs 75 cents to $1 at the  8. C Assay Co, Vancouver.  There are live types of spray outfit?  on the marker, including barrei hand  | pump, duplex sprayers, and the gasoline  power outS-s.  The barrel band pump should put ten  barrels per dz-z? in a full bearing orchard,  this would be twenty days tor a man  find horse to put our 200 barrels.  Th- duplex pump does more work iu  mueh   less  time,   nnd is more eiScieur  )������,  mS  A complete stock of  Fresh Beef,Veal, Mutton,  Lamb and Pork.,  than the barrel hand pump The time  aad labor is the consideratioa which  tells in the cost, the initial cost of th".  outfits is the smallest consideration Thp  gasoline power pump will deliver the  same quantity of spray in live days, this  saving of time is a saving of labor cost,  aud enables the pests to be controlled as  so on ss noticed. Get a three h. p. en  gine for all around work as well as running the outsit, the initial cost would be  about ������500.  Use brass pipes as they resist the  action or' the chemicals and will not  clog. There arc different types of noss-  zels, the Bean Jumbo is a very gocd  nnzzel for general purposes. The pump  sliould be run at about 150 to 175 lbs.  pressure.  Lime sulphur has a tendency to burn  the face and hands, overcome this b>  using grease and vaseline on the face  nnd hands, and keep jour horses covered, spray is hard ou tho harness and  horses.  .  After answering various questions by  Messrs Hockley, Henth, O nnpton,Mann  and others, the lecturer took hia sent  having been speaking for forty minutes.  Sausage, any kind  Hams and Bacon, Butter.  and   Eggs,   Lard,    Beef  Dripping, Etc.  Fresh Fish every Friday.  Smoked Fish all the time.  Our Smoked Salmon and  Halibut is choice.  r. mnm  Limited  CRESTON  miR.J5eatte  CRANBROOK  - B.  Funeral  The  B.C.  Parisian Sage  WILL GROW MOBE HAIR  To our neighbors and friends of!  Ores'on,   wo   tender  onr  heartfelt |  thanks for their sympathy and many  kindnesses   towards   us   during ourj  recent bereavement.  Mr. nud Mrs. F, LowiB  Parisian Sage will stop falling hair in  two weeks���������cure dandruff in the bbiii^  time and stop scalp itch at. once. It  makes the hair cof t, silky and luxuriant.  AS A HAIR DRESSING  Parisian Sage is without peer. It contain ������ nothing tl at can harm the hair-  it is not sticky, oily or greasy and prevents as well as cures diseases of the  scalp. '  Women and children by the thousand  use it daily as a dressing and no home  is complete without it.  MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS  Druggists and stores everywhere guar  antee Parisian Sage nnd will refund  your money if it fails. Ask the Creston  Ding & Hook Co. what thoy think of it  They sell it at. 50o. per bottle or you onn,  secure it by mail postpaid from Giroux  Manufacturing Co., Fort Krio, Ont. See  that tho Girl with the Auburn Hnir it-  ou each package. Sold and guaranteed  by the Oreston Drug <Sfc,Book Co.  Sold by the Greston Drug."  and Book Store, Creston  '%JW%S*S%. *W%ASb+, VM^Vft <+S**%W%*k,'%r*  Money  ooey  We have $200,000 for investment in the  Creston District which we will loan in sums  of from $500 to $10,000 on improved or unimproved fruit lands, also on improved and  unimproved town propcuy.  If you want capital to improve your land, call  and see us for a loan.  Why pay rent when yon can borrow money  through us to build your own home with.  Should you want to improve your business  property,   call and see us regarding terms on  a loan.  Wc have the money to invest.  Johnson & Scruton  Wilson Ave.  \/WS%t%S%S%r>  1 , O. Vox 38.    Phone No. 7.'1 CrCStOIl, B. C  ���������%*/'���������>%'%'������>  mi  For Rout.���������IOO acres of land suitable  for Dairy, PouUry and Hog Farming  situated within \% miles of fivo lorg������  Minos. Houso. Burn, oto. Easy terms  Apply O. P. Hill. flilloroBt Miuos, Al  berta. ' 15-tf  A climbing pnrty of oxport mountaineers mndo up of several loonl guides nud  some of tho express men running on the  Grows Nest Pass trains, is bolng formed  for tho purposo of climbing tho high  mountain on tho enst side of iho vnlley,  nnd taking a phntngrnph of the sweep  of country from tlio vnlley hond to the  Kootonay Landing, it being believed  that from this heighth n pplondid bird's  eyo viovv could ho obtained, second ti  nono in British Columbia. This ftfiom*-  ruther a tall order, even for''Express  MoRsongors" to triolein, and we givo it  i'or whnt it may ho worth. From our  poiRonnl knowledge of the ���������'Loonl  Sports" who nro sohoduled as guides, wn  mny sny thnt somo of tlio party will be  ns ��������� nonr heaven when thoy hit thnt  mountjii������ to , ns tli������*y uro over likely to  got,  R. Lnmont is drawing tho plnns for n  storehouse, to hn orootrd on his twenty  wires in Monk 251, nnd in whioh ho will  storo powder and tools to ho used in the  eli'iiring of the hind. Tho powdor lifts  already arrived, and notivo nloaring  oporutioiiH will bo commenced iminodl-  nu'ly. Thn building wHI Im 12xi!-l feet,  and of tlio bust coiiHtruollon to ouable  Kinio to bo moved bodily at any timo in  thu futuro.  ^velourMonef,  We warit everyonetokiow  ftyat we are. paying -*���������  c~4������ InTerestr^  peraraiuui cre3\T$ m'thlf  on savings deposited  & u^var-S) subject Towifti-  drawalV cheq-ue &*  ontimeJeposteof*  We mveat money for clients  m first moYlga&e5& <toa  ^etioat feudal tmomess.  We warit^ur saving accnt  & ifyDuavenotoavin^ t-  sY5)TematicaTlY,, * - * ���������*-  (sotntncnceHowWitUUs.  Deposits ty mail srs^r*  O "YoucauaenS "byDraff,  $$ Post Office * Cjipreos  M Order or Rc^otcrccT^  || Iaetter k wfflt()rawata  $b cau be maje '��������������� -*��������� ��������������� '3 ���������������  M *" * w wav* y������u wi8^������  ^5^/eare Responsible  ReferItr^^ ^ * ^  Dwn93^i3strccto,  ov To anyone \xt +���������  | VMG0UV6R-  ^ WriteuoaWtiyay  I" O  4r*K  "Oii! Mercy! Has Anybody Seen  ': ���������'���������;-.-:VMyyCjat?'^.y.' VyV  This pnrticnlttrVoat. V so.the story,  goos. ��������� having A^PMndVaAbottl^Vtrf  N. B. C; VBeeis ;wef������rred:iits joy-  briiiging qualities to 'a ;placo by  "hip own fiioside;'" But ypii don't;  ueod "to wohdeiJ'.Ativ. tasttj the*  iilen������nj'as of N B. C Beer.���������Sold  at nil hotels in Creston.  BaUiwyiei   b?i il'^aiii>i %&  "Wm. GoBnell  t      Manager.  ust  Our     Spring     Stock  H'  DS  Everything fresh  No Old Stock  ���������   ";  ���������- ----- ���������  Buy Early  f Cre  s  '&  iookGo.  ^ 'V ^v  3 ^^^47^,������^<0^.^^^ ^  ?rn<������g������^ny-^~-������CT^-j������-CT^^g^^ gjgg  Plenty of Stnoke  is blown from poor cigars, bnt  it is wasted because it gives no  enjoyment -to the smoker. If  you want a satisfying cigar, one  that is uniform iri goodness and  .   quality, you should  "Try' our Cigars;-���������7'7Vyy'-'-V  They nre made to pl?ase the  * critical. At whntever price you  nay you will find our cigars thy*  kind that will make you our  regular costotrer.  ssgaasagm^aKa  reston Wine  mMmmwmmmttmm&m  Billiards and Pool  J8rj������>jft Room fi^s^is^..  Hot or Cold Batjis  At Any Hour ^  Cigars and Cigarettes       Razors Ground and Set  SAM HATFIELD,^  ^***A*sAS^*AA+i^<i0>Ai+*%*V^^  ������  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables "  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  All olnss of TURNOUTS supplied nt short notioo.   The latest Btyloa of  OUTTEBS nnd BUGGIES for salo and biro.   Saddlo nnd pack horaoa ft  Spooinlity.  Peed for salo.      Agont for tho MoLunghliu Maufg. Oo,     Horsoa for salo a  I nm prepared to fill allordors, both by wiro and mail, and moot all train������  nt nny hour of tho day or night.   Oomm nroiil mon nud lnnrtsookors, will  ,       vooeivo prompt attention  H. S. McCreath, Prop ������  ^    Phono 60 Sirdnr Avonno Box 14    3  . ..  NEW . . .  and carriage: works  Buggies, Dimioornts, Gigs nnd Outtors I'or salo nt ronsonnblo prloon  Wo do nil Uinils of rnpuirlug nud wood work with dispatch  Oar shop is located nonr t**<o Orostou Moronutilo Oo,  Wo nro also rigonls for iho Oregon Nursory Oompany nud handle  Flrst-olnHH I^ruit Troos  W. K. BROWN  "���������  ii  m  vil  Hi  I  I THE    CRESTON,    B.   C.    REVIEW  rymmj*  ?>    b -a*  *���������������*���������-   M-   -^yfeonttTieur-*  If You Like to Drive  you oan indulge yourself by ens-aging a  team from this livery stable for as long  and aB short a time as ycu desire.  This Overy Stable  is also prepared to send a carringo tb  meet trains, to take you shopping or calling, or to convey you to any June weddings yon wish to attend.  Cameron Bros.  CRESTON LIVERY  A. MIRABELLI  TKS    CRESTON   SHOEMAKER.  Best Workmanship  Boots and Shoes m'ade to Order  A Speciality  Starkey & Co.  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  General Commission Merchants  NELSON  B.C.  I  Turbans, Hats and Bonnets in the  Latest Styles.   Fancy Mounts  Plume* and Flowers in  all the new Winter  ^Shades  Children's wool and bearskin hoods,  jackets, mitts, gloves, overalls, etc.  in great'vaxintv  MRS, JVI   YOUNG  Millinery and Faijpy Store  Fourth Street, Creston. B.C.  '���������I  ;reston mm  Tne following is a report of the Ores-  ton Public School * f or the month of  February.: .....  ''Division, ty Totai enrollment 38'. Average attendance 29.  During February as during January,  tbo ^ attendance has been poor owing to  illness among the pupils. Eight only  were present the full twenty days;  These were: Laura -Bdmundson, Ella  Dow, Eveline Danard, yida Gobbett,  Flay Miller, John Hobden, Clarence  Maxwell and Ronald Lidgate.  Sr. and Jr. Fourths had written examinations upon the following subjects:  Grammar, Geography British History,  Canadian History, Hygiene, Dictation  and Spelling. Tlie pupils obtained the  per cent opposite their names.  Bertha Hurry............ ....92%  Ethel Huseroft........ .V....... A. .76  Agues Miller.   .70   .  Georgina Oartwright................. .69  Bessie Hurry..................::... .68  Evaline Danard ..67  Eila Dow....'...........  66  Laura Edmundsou.......'.A. -...;-.... 64  Frank Patterson.....'............. .49  Andy Patterson............V ......48  Jennie Kichols .���������;.........Y. .40  Bert Arrowsmith..'.;...'.'  .36  Stanley Hendren, Thelma Wisler and  Anna Oharisc are uuclassified.owingto  absence due to sickness.  Sr. and Jr. Thirds had examinations  in Spelling, Dictation, Geography .Reading, Writing and Canadian History.The  names appear in the order of merit:  Robert Maxwell, Clarence Maxwell, Lillian Chnrist, Francis Talarico, Ronald  Lidgate, Margaret Atherton, .Yida Gobbett, John Brodericlc, Norman Trotter,  John Hobden, Ella Leamy,, Philip Hurry, Lome Botterill, Charlie Leamy,  Herbert Gobbett, Melville Burton aud  Ray Miller. Owing to absence due to  illness, Olive Gilpin, Blanch Hendren,  Percy Hendren, Grebtice Wisler, John  Andrew and Hazel Andrew are unclassified. '������������������*���������.-.  Division II. Pupils attanding 57.  Average attendance 51.  Perfect attendance: Frances Barton,  Helen Barton, Katie Boffey, Charles  Botterill, Frank Botterill, George Broderie, Lilliau Oherrington, Beatrice  Derthic, iVIamie Derthic, James Dodds,  John Dodds, AHelen Fowler, Richird  Fowler, Harold Goodwin, Hazel Ho] den,  Muriel Hobden   Treesia Maione, Essie  Miller, Lionel Moor",  Vivianne Mooro,  Frank Roumano and Ardrey Wilson.  Pupils' standing' in class is fully reported on the monthly report c rds.  A; M Oartwright.  E. V. Danard.  SCHOOL   REPORT  The following is a report of tho Oanyon City School for the month of February:  On account o������ sickness in the community the attendance during the past  month has not been as satisfactory as  formerly.  Fourth Reader: Gertrude Knott, absent yx day; Muriel Knott, absent 1 day;  Loretta Byrnes, absentHi. days :V Willie  Johnson, absent 13 days.  Third Reader: Iris , Hickey,  absent 2% days; Effie Johnson, absent  10 days; Marvin Kifer, absent 17days.  Second Reader: Donald Swanson, absent 1 day; Hrvin Davis, absent 1 day;  Lucy Byrnes, absent 4 days.  Fir=st Reader; John Byrnes, absent 13  days; Frances Knott, absent 2 days;  Helen Robertson, absent 1% days.  First Primer: Albert Swanson, absent  2}������ days; Violet Chambers, absent 14  days; Jessie Hickey, absent 6 days;  Grace Crawford, absent S days; Elmer  Chambers, absent 15 days; Lela Kifer.  absent 17 days; Manfid Saiauelson, absent 14^ days.  O. J. Taylor, Teacher.  SCHOOL DIST. GETS $500  Mr. James Compton, Secretary of the  Board of School Trustees, has received  a communication from the Hon. Dr.  Youn&, stating that the Government  has made a grant of $500 for the Creston  School District. This money will be  used for paying for the lots on; which the  school is built.  Indigestion  If you are suffering from indigestion  and the attendant distressed stomach,  yon should give Mi-o-ha, the guaranteed  remedy a trial. Mr. William Shafer of  230 Queen's St. S., Berlin, Ont., says:  ''For years I have been a sufferer from  acute indigestion, which caused the  most distressing pains in my Stomach.  I decided to try Booth's Mi-o-na Tablets and they have done me more good  than anything I have ever used, I am  now more; free from this trouble than I  have baen for years. I am pleased to  endorse and recommend this remedy to  all who suffer with stomach trouble.";  Rembmber Mi-o-na Tablets are guaranteed to cure acute or chronic indigest-  tion and turn the old stomach into a  new one iu a few weeks. All druggists  60c. a box or pastpaid from The VR. T,  Booth Oo., Ltd , Fort Erie, Out. Sold  and guaranteed by the Cre9ton Drug&  Book Co.        Y  LECTURE DELIVERED BY J. E.  BERKLEY, PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT PACKING EXPERT,  BEFORE THE CRESTON   FRUIT  GROWERS   ASSOCIATION AND  OTHERS.  (Continued from last week)  The two and three pack is the foundation of all the modern systems of apple  packing, once this mastered, the other  packs can be easily obtained. Commence  with the very largestsize of the 2 and 3  pack to commence with, meaning that  four apples will sit in the end across of  the box side by side snugly, meaning  this is the largest size of the 2 and 3  pack. Place an apple at each end of the  end of the box, and on in the middle,  above or on top of these, in the spaces  between the three apples, we place two  apples, making 3 and 2, 3 and 2. always  keeping the apples in a direct line.From  this size down, until almost five apples  will sit side by "side along the end of  the box, are all packed 2 and 3, in this  pack we have ten different sizes rang-  iue from 4x5 down to 9x9.  The two and two pack is the next. As  soon as we get above the four apples  mentioned m the 3x2 or 2x3, wo have  an apple placed at the end of the box,  and another apple midway betvreen that  apple and the other side of the box, thus  the 2 and 2 pack, which ranges from  3x4 to 8x8 froni one end to another.  Where the apples are small, say the  small 2x3, the apples are nearly always  packed on the side. Never pack with  the stem or blossom on the side of the  box. In the bottom layer the stems  should be up, top layer stems down. In  the ,3 tier straight, it is safe to say we  will have only oue size of apple, namely  3x3x6, making the only square pack  now used. If the apple is top large to  pack 3 square, it must be a 1x2, being  two on the bottom row, and 1 in the  space of the 2..AV These make up the only  four packs necessary to use in the packing of our apples, 2x3, 2x2, 3 square and  2x1. The main thing is to grade yonr  frnit, keeping the one size throughout  eaoh box.  In pear packing there are two packs,  2x8 arid when smaller^ 3x3. Pack the  largo, end' against the box and pack 2  and 3, 3 at the bottom and two in the  spaces. A At the^ end of the box> reverse  the pears with the narrow end down.  Pack smaller pears 3x3. The 3x2 is the  baais of modern packing1,;the only other  point is care in grading. In apple  packing there should be a bulge at the  ton,   ranging   from   1*<   inches  at tho!  centre, to almost nothing at the end  ofi  the  box.    Put  the larger apples, altho  the difference will be so minute ns to be  almost unuoticeable, in the center of the  box.   There.- is   no  bulge   to   peaches, i  plums hnd prunes.  The lecturer announced that the certificates for proiicieu-y in pacfc'ing,  which were promised to those who qualified in actual practical packing of  marketed shipments,'.would, be issued  through Mr. Winslow, who would take  the necessary steps on request of the  association, to have the pack of marketed apples inspected by some competent  person, to judge on the merits of same.  A ' vote . of . thanks to Mr Berkley,  moved by Mr. J. Cooke, and supported  by J, Heath, J. Compton and others,  was tendered to the lecturer in a neat  closing speech by President D. S. Tim  mons,   moid  loud   applause,   and   tho  meetius turuiiuatcd at 10 p.m.  A pleasing feature nf this lecture wi s  tho fact that the audieuce included  several ladies, in addition to those who  had attended the school, who thus  showed by their presence, that the wives  and daughters of the Creston ranchers  take a practical interest in the fine  points of the fruit industry, which is  tbe foundation of the homes of tho  glorious valley.  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.  R. Lamont, the enterprising real estate man, has sold ths timber on flfty  acres of his Corn Creek property conditionally, to J. Tebou, who is now engaged in catting the same.  PATIENTS TREATED THROUGHOUT CANADA FOR 20 YEARS  CONSULTATION FREE  Books Free on Diseases of Men. If unable  to call, write (or a Question  Blank for  HOME TREATMENT  Drs. K. & K. are favorably known through'  out Canada where they have done business for over 20 years. Thousands of patients  have been treated aud cured by their great  skilly and through tbe virtue of their New  method Treatment. When you treat with  them you know you are dealing with respon _.  sible physicians as they own and occupy R  their own oSlce building Jn Detroit, valued h  ot SlOO.OOJ. "When tliey decide your case Is ~*  curable, all your worry ia removed for you  know they will not deceive you. They  guarantee to cure aU curable cases. 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BLOOD and URINARY COMPLAINTS  KIDNEY and BLADDER Diiewu  and all Disetues Peculiar to Men.  ItSEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold Si, Detroit, Mich.  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Department in Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  ne patients ia our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Oat.  AWrite for onr private address. u  Braes  I  I  I  According to Govern-  ment Estimates  H7U���������  ������Ma  de    in    Western  Town Property During the  Y^   1909  s  1  Did you pw'ticipate in these huge profits or did you !-pigeon-hole" the propositions submitted to you by  your western friends for future consideration? In short, are you the man who made a profit or the unfortunate one who bad the chtinca but did not poesess sufficient judgment to recognize the opportunity or sufficient  courage to close a doal? The man or woman entitled to sympathy is the ono who says: "Five or ten years  ago I had a chance to buy thia or that property at |100 or $500, aiid now it Is worth .$10,000." The average  person sneers ut the person who makes such a statement and Bays: "I would have bought and made that  money." Are you going to say five years from now that you had a ohince to buy a lot in Poe, Alta., at from  960 to $100 eaoh, or are you going to be tho man who will have from $1,000 to $10,000 iu cash as n result of  having bought property iti tain town iii this year bf grace, itfll.  Poe a Coming Commercial Centre.  Poe is lobated on the inalu line of the Grand Trunk Poolfio Railway botweon Edmonton and Saskatoon.  It i������ located in ono of the finest farming districts in Western Canada. The surrounding country is Bottled by  a progressive type of farmers nud consequently will become the market centre for Northern AlbertaY Poe  distriot posfiocses rioh coal minos, is close to. rivers and lakes and large forests are easily accessible from this  point. Thoso natural resources insure for the rcsideuts of tbo town, first, low cost of living, and sooond,  great commercial nativity, two essentials in the upbuilding of a largo town, thus creating valuable real estate.  Poe as a Manufacturing: Centre  This townslto nnd contiguous territory hns tho requirement** ontlined by large manufacturing conoorna  for the location of lnrgo factories of largo ontorprisoB of nny kind employing large numbrra of peoplo. Tho  rivers and lakes furulHh water, tho ooal fields nnd forests furnish fuol and cheap building material, tho fine  faraiing lauds furnish fnrin products; enabling tho residents to live at a low oost. .*  Tho town is -located on tho main linn of a transcontinental railway, assuring tho nooossary transportation  fnollitloi. TI-oro combined conditions will furnish cheap labor, one ot tho most important foatnros of n manufacturing oontiu  Poe townsite was recently placed on the market and already over 200 lots have been sold, and many of  these lots have already changed hands at a substantial increase in prise. Most of these lots were purchased by  representative business men throughout Canada, who are now profiting by their foresight.  Tbo townsito is high and dry and very suitable for building purposes.  H  Opportunity  is useless unless you possess the oournge to act.   You might possess groat wisdom, you might road a good deal  , or travel muoh and thus see all kinds of opportunities to mako money, but unlesB you havo the courage to act  on your judgment and wisdom all of theso desirable qualities are ontirely useless.  Lots in Poe are a good investment at present prices. The town is bound to grow rapidly. Owing to the  oaey terms of payment you have the ability to buy nnd if you do not bny now it is because you are looking in  courage, and the chances are you will never bo liko the man yon uow admire most, rich, courageous and wise,  . : ' -I ��������� * v       * *  Torrens Title  Poe townsHo is hold by us under tho Torrena flystem of titlo. Under this nyotem the title is guaranteed  by the Government, therefore absolutely safe.  :���������'���������'.���������'���������,'". ���������'.'.��������� '   ' ��������� **  ..I'  Prices and Terms  Prices of lota range from $fi0 to $100 each, and thoy can bo purohaeod on terms of one-tenth cash, bnt'  nnce in eighteen equal monthly payments; or quarter cash, balance in six, twolvo and oightoen months.  Information  Wo havo issued an attractive oironlnr giving fall information pertaining to the town and its prospects,  together with map showing lota lor salo. If you wish t) receive this attraotivo circular out out and fill In the  attached coupon nnd mail it to us today.  Information Coupon  Gcntlompn,���������With  ft  olow    to    buying  property in Poo, Altn., ploaflo wild mo full information, with mnp and prico list, ond oblige.  Yours Trnly,  Nnmo  T*f      TT/' -Iff       J /"  1 he Watch Land Lo  Land ToVfrnsttes and Investments, Union Bank Building, Winnipeg, Canada  HBRI  mmmm  j  MtityMMUMluMilllllHi THE    CRESTON,    B.   C,    REVIEW.  HAD THROAT  TROUBLE SING  CHILDHOOD  AH Treatments Failed. Relieved  by Persssa.  ��������� Mrs.   Wm.   Hoh-  xnann, 2764 Lincoln  Ave., Chicago, III.,  writes:  "I suffered with  catarrh of the bronchial tubes and had  a terrible cough ever  since a child.  "I ���������would sit up to  bed with pillows  propped up behind  me. but still the  cough would not let  nae sleep. I thought  and everybody else  that I had consumption.  "So reading the  papers about Peruna. I decided to  try, without the  least bit of hope that  it would do me any  good. But after taking three bottles 1 noticed a change.  My appetite got better, so I kept on,  never discouraged. Finally I seemed  not to cough so much and the pains In  my chest sot better and I could rest at  night.  "I am well new and cured of a chronic  cough and sore throat. I cannot tell  you how grateful I am, and I cannot  ���������thank Perana enough. It has cured  where doctors have failed  and  I  talk  Mrs. Hohmann.  MONKEY LAND.  Where Armies of Gibbering Apes Maka  Life Miserable.  If at any time you should happen  to be in India, just remember to let  the monkeys alone, for to kill one  would mean to get yourself very cordially disliked by the Brahmans,  whose religion forbids them to < take,  the life of any creature. As a result I  the people of India are overrun by a  great many animals against which'  they can make but a feeble resistance, the monkey in particular being  a real tyrant.  The shops of the cities are without'  doors and windows, and whatever is  offered for sale is exposed to the open  air. The monkeys are always at hand  watching their opportunity and if the  merchant absent himself fo^ a moment, instantly the nimble apes are  helping themselves to anything they  fancy.  On one occasion the streets of Be-*  nares, the sacred city of India, had'  become so overrun with these impudent little plunderers that the merchants held a meeting and decided  that something must be done. Inasmuch as their religion forbade them  to kill the monkeys, they decided to  banish  the  pest*  The streets were surrounded and invaded, the monkeys were all captured  and placed in cages.    Then they were  taken to a large forest at a considerable distance from the city and freed  iii the middle oi the trees.   The scanv-  pered   iuto   the   branches  as   if   they j  were  having a very  good time;  and !  there   the   merchants   le������t   them   and '  returned to their shops, rejoicing that  now they could  nod  in peace.    That  evening there was a rare sight in Benares.    Into the streets, just at dusk,  there eame a great capering army of  apes.   They were the monkeys of Benares, who had found their way home 1  from the forest into whieli they  had j  been banished, and, though they must  LIGHT   IN   SHAFT���������SEED   ACCURATELY.  fESs? IBB  Scottish   Divorces  Divorces to the number of 224 were  granted by the Scottish courts during  the present year, as compared with  195 last year. Wives were granted  divorces in 183 cases, and only five  petitions were refused. *  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper  Probably no one had more ready  wit than Sir Frank Lockwood, the  lawyer. He was a tall man, and an  unruly member oi his audience once  called out to him in the middle of a  speech, "Go it telescope!"  "My friend is mistaken in applying  that term to me." said Sir Frank,  quietly. "He ought to claim it for  himself, for, though lie cannot draw  nie out, I think I can both see  through him and shut him up."  SMhhh Gum  "Young Staylate got a delicate hint  from the young lady he was calling  on the other evening."  "What was it?"  "She found looking at the clock  and other familiar devices useless, so  she ordered some refreshment and  her mother sent in a plate of breakfast food."  GOOD HEALTH FOR  UN DOWN MEN  If  You Are Weak and Easily  Tired Try Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills  Hospital Physician���������" What ward  do you wish to be taken to? A pay  ward or a "  Maloney���������"Iny of thim. Doc., that's  safelv Dimocratic."���������Puck.  have  been  very   tired  from traveling  on foot so long a distance, their joy  Peruna wherever I go, recommend it to j   on reachiug home aa:ain was so great  everybody.     People   who   think   they i   that  they   eamboledT like   a  troop   of  !iave  better   give   it   a  she  A  Bad  Break  "That's  just  what I  wanted.*  exclaimed enthusiastically.  "I'm so glad.    It's a hairpin holder ���������  you know."  "Is that so?   Why I thought it was  an ink well."  school children coming home from a  picnic.  Being town bred monkeys, they had  not enjoyed country life, JsVxt day  they were all at their old posts, raiding the food shops with renewed and  eager appetites and greatly refreshed  impudence.  Soft corns are difficult to eradicate but;  Holloway's Corn Cure will draw them out;  painlessly..  A woman seldom realizes her ideal  in men or parlor furniture. j  Minard's   Liniment   Cure   Diphtheria, |  i    I  Likely *  Mrs.  Bungo���������I    wonder    who    sent'  this book, "What can  Be Done With;  a Chafing Dish?" j  Bungo���������I guess  the  doctor. i  fntiokly stops oougha, earea ������oUU. boala  Wkm  tferoat and   lanes. -    -   -  SU������ seats.  Where?  "And where," demanded his wife,  with flashing eyes, "would you be  now, only for me?"  The" man glaced at the clock. It  was verging on midnight. He sighed,  and was silent.���������Puck.  Here's ������ Home Dye  That  ANYONE  Can Use.  HOME DYEING has  always been, more or  less of a. difficult undertaking;��������� Not so v������h������n  you uss  DYOLA  I<M������'~AILKIND5"������H  Daughters ot  Mrs. Emmott  ������������������>������ <���������������  ���������������>   ���������������  CuredAwful  Ringworm!  "Well over four years ago my two  littlo girls were taken with a dreadful scalp trouble that tho doctors  called rlncworm. They attended  the ���������'������������������ Hosnitnl as out-patients  for a year. I had to apply their  ointment with a brush, giving the  children frightful pain, I also had  to havo their heads shaved every  two weekB, but thoy got no better  under tho tr������*atmpnt. Thoy used to  cry with tho tormenting itch inn,  ond tlioir heads woro covered with  a thick scurf and dandruff.  "About a year ago I determined  to try the Cuticura IletnedieH. I  used plenty of Cuticura Soap and  applied tho Cuticura Ointment. I  ���������used only about three calces of  Cuticura Soap and throo boxen of  Cuticura Ointment and thoy wero  cured. Their hair in growing long  and nice again. Thoy had becomo  ao III after their throo years of nuf������  1 orinj������ thnt I had to ������������������nd ono away  to a oonvaloHetMitu' homo an noon  Dm sho woj" cured, but now who is  liome, well and strong. My younger  ���������jjlrl wa/i away from school nine  month-) with thodincano. I am very  (grateful to Cuticura nnd for their  ichildron'a ������uko I hopo other mothem  iwlll try it. Tho Cuticura Boap I will  [always uso for it makes tho hair no  ���������lovely."  (9iffned)   Mm. Son a Emmott,  58, IjenaOardenH, Brook Croon. W..  , ^m IxHidon,  (uticura.  Soap and Ointment  effort*, th* ftMWJlMt ������n4 moat *eot*m\t������,\  tfMtmttu for lifUint, hurnlnc araif humor#  Of InUoi*. ClIINIrtB Md ���������dull* a ���������ln������l������ mi.  U Afun tiimnmnt. Hold throughout tlm world,  H������od to Prititr Drn* * Ch*m. Corp., Hemioti,  .U/I.A., Int Slt-lNM-m Cuihiua iHmi IM Unit"  want of akin and aralp ���������fllUtttOM.  W. N. U., No. 832.  The Effects of Arsenic.  "You no doubt have observed the  lily white complexion of some women.  These women are sacrificing years of  their lives tor that beautiful skin by  the use of arsenic," said D. V. Duval,  a chemist, of Manchester, Eng.  "It is a well-known fact that thousands of women in all countries of the  world use the poison in small quantities to bleach their skin. It is an  eSeetive means of whitening and  clearing the complexion, but the com-  riiexlon CTiven bv its use has no permanency unless the absorption of the  drug be continued.  "Arsenic, as science has long told  us, is an accumulative poison. When  one takes it either by prescription ior  the upbuilding of an appetite or for  the bleaching of the skin he does not  feel any ill etiects for several years.  The effect of the drug is bracing and  makes a person feel like eating. It  also aids the digestion. The average  user of the poison takes it in such  small quantities that he does not realize how much of it wili accumulate  in his system in the course of four or  five years.  "Being an accumulative poison it  often takes that length of time to see  the results of the drug. Then the  user may complain of not being able  to control his fingers or toes. Subsequently he loses control of his hands  and arms. Arsenical poisoning is tho  result.  "Five years ago in Manchester there  was an epidemic of paralysis. Several thousands of persons were striken. Several hundred died and tho  medical profession of England made a  thorough investigation of the malady  and traced it to beer. The investiga->  tors discovered that the brewers- were  usdng a glucose in the brewing of  their product which was found to contain a small quantity of arsenic. Thia  drug, imbibed in small quantities in  beer, hud gradually accumulated in  the bodies of thousands of persons,  had impoverished their blood and left  a great percentage of them helpless."  Too Expensive to Eat.  Mr. George Graves, who is appearing with such success on the variety  Mage in "Koffo of Bond Street," in  London," is an enthusintsic sportsman, and recently had a day's shooting in Norfolk. Missing his truin back  he endeavored to catch it nt Cambridge by motor-car, but failed, owing  to toe bursting of a tiro, In order  to appear at the theatre he waa compelled to charter a special train from  the University town. Mr. Graves remark, as he alighted from his expensive conveyance at Liverpool street  and handed his man a bruco of partridges, wns very chnrnctoriBtic of him,  "Get theso birds stuffed, thoy como  too high to oat."  Ambassador as Mountaineer.  Mr. Jamos Bryco, tho British am-  bnsandor at Washington, who waa recently grunted an audience by tho  King, was born in Belfast seventy  years ago. His father* wna Scotch and  his mother Irish. Ho is credited with  tho ability to speak���������or noqulro���������-ncttr-  ly every known langungo. Ho has  talked with African kings at tho councils; has hanquettcd with tlio Dynlcs;  hns climbed somo of tho highest  mountains in tho United States j h������w  pUvhI on the top of Mount Ararat-*  tlio lirst man srnco Noah���������has boon  in UuhhJiv, in India, and Japan, and  knows noarly evory part of tho British1  Empire, even to tho Fiji Islands,  Prevaricator.  The word prevaricator is from th������r  Latin and originally meant a Atrad-  dler with distorted or misuhnpon legs.  In tho Roman courts ol law tho oa-1  predion was applied to ono who In it  suit was diHCovorod to bo in collusion1  with his opponent to compass nome  dishonesty. As falsehood was tho ne-  ooKnary part of such a porformanoo,  tho word by and by camo to havo th*  ���������tenlflcnnco ������t pwtmt uttrjehed to it* *  Send for Sample  Card and Story-  Booklet 90  The JOHNSON.  RICHARDSON  CO., Limited,  Montreal. Can.  JUST THINK OF ITI  With DY-O-LA you can color either Wool,  Cottou, Sifle or Mixed Goods Perfectly with  the SAME  Dye.    No chance of using: the  WRONG Dye for the Goods yoa have to color.  ICNKhHT  3TQVE POLlSiI  saves tlie tired housekeeper work and worry.  It is a convenient paste  in a large can. A gentle  rub with, brush or cloth,  brings a beautiful,  mirror-like shine that  is not affected by the  heat. For stoves, pipes,  grates and ironwork.  If your dealer does not carry  "Black Knight" Stove Polish in  stock) send us his name aad ioc,  and we will send a full size tin  by return mail.  TOE F. F. DALLEY (ft* LIMITED  nAH&TON. ONT. JO  Maktntftke/amom "3 tn f Shoe PaKsh.  mmWmmmWmmmmmammmmmmmmmtmm  Anaemia is a state into which one  falls because of lack of blood, or be-  i cause the blood is poor, weak and  watery. The man or woman who  ! has not enou-jh blood is pale, languid, easily tired and' easily depressed. As the trouble progresses other  symptoms show themselves, and the  lifo of the sufferer is one of misery.  Anaemia opens the( door to consumption, and gives victims to ail the  epidemic maladies, because the whole  body is weakened and unable to resist the inroads of disease. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are the best remedy in the world for the cure of anaemia, and all its attendent miseries.  Thoy make the blood rich, red and  pure, thus bringing health and  strength to weak, despondent men  and women. We do not know of a  sinclo case of anaemia where Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills have failed to  cure if given a fair trial. Mr.. John  Hastings, Venn., Sask., was a victim  of this trouble and found new health  through Dr. Williams* Pink Pills. He  says: "I was working on a railway  driving a team and found myself  gradually running down. I did not  pay much attention to it at first, but  soon I began to lose my appetite and  it was a trial to get through my day's  work. I got medicine from the doctor on the works, but it did not heh*>  me, and finally I got so bad I told  the foreman I would have to quit.  He told me not to lose hope, that he  would get some medicine that would  soon make me all right. That night  he went to town and bought me three  boxes of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I  had not taken more than two boxes  ���������when I began to feel better, and after  I had used five boxes I was as well  and strong as ever, and could do a  day's work with any man on the job.  I may just add that before I began  taking the Pills I was so run down  that I weighed only 122 pounds, and  j while taking them I gained 22 pounds.  I cannot say too much in favor of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and strongly  recommend them to all run.down  men."  | You can get these Pills through  ���������'any medicine dealer or by mail at 50  I cents a box or six boxes for $2.50  j from The /Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  i Brockviiie, Ont.  THE RIGHT WAY  In all cases of  DISTEMPER. PINK EYE, INFLEJENZS,  COLDS, ETC.  of all horses, broodmares, colts, stallions, Is to  "SPOHNTHEM"  on their tongues or in tho feed put Spohn'a Liquid  Compound. Give the remedy to all of them, lt  acts on tho blood and elands, it routes the disease  by expelling the disease eerms. It wards ofi the  trouble no matter how they are "exposed," Absolutely free from anything injurious. A child'  caa safely take it. 50c and Si.oo; $s.5o and 9u.oo  tbo dozen.   Sold by druesists and harness dealers.  Distributor*!  AiS Wholesale SrsiSSlafs  SPOHN MEDICAL CO.,  Chemists    and    Bacteriologists  GOSHEN, BND., U. S. A.  WHEN IT GOMES TO  PAPER BAGS and  MATCHES  We are   everywhere with  tha    standard goods.  Paper and  Matches ara aur specialties.    Let us  knew yeur wanto���������we'll do the ras*.  The E.B.Eddy Co.Ltd  HULL, CAHADA  TEES & PER8SE, LIMITED, Agents, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton,  Regina, Fart William and Port Arthur.  i    "I suppose the father gave the bride  i away?"  !    "Not exactly..  He  gave a  million  '; away ahd threw her in."  Quit feeling sorry for yourself  and get busy helping some one else  and looking out for life's more excellent gifts and you will be happy.  !     PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  j Your druggist wili refund money ii  | PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any  ; ease of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or  i Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.   80c.  : "A young woman wants to know if  she should marry a youth who calls  her 'kiddo,'" said the editor of the  "Heart Helps" department.  "Tell her," growled the managing  editor, "to buy a pump gun and learn  how to shoot."  Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd.  CALGARY  WINNIPEG  REGINA  The Largest Printers' Supply House in Canada.  We Carry in StocR Cylinder Presses, Job Presses,  Paper Cutters, Type and Material. Can Fill  Orders for Complete Equipment from our StocK.  We are the Largest Heady Print Publishers in  the West. We Publish Ready Prints from our  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses.      :      :  InSBBl]  ^^     ���������   ���������   -  B~B V  STs  sk f^SD    IS S*s������ flOsl  1  No fewer than 10,000,000 apples enter Great Britain every year.  "Unless worms be expelled from, the system, no child can be . healthy. Mother  Graces' Worm Exterminator is the best  medicine extant to destroy worms.  When a small boy starts something  it is discouraging to have his father  step in with a shingle.  Perhaps one reason the attention  some men pay women is called  "marked" is that it is so hard to rub  out the marks.  Minard's Liniment Cures    Colds, etc.  Be sure and take your church manners to the meeting house with you.  Piety without courtesy is dulled.  E   WAFERS  tplittiug h*kdaeha  NATIONAt  : all drugoiats'  CIIEMICAIj  CANADA. X.IMITICD '  jtV.;u4'(IM'<4.:i>.iU������.'.',lf.iiJ.J*'K| THE    CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW.  *.*'.*  ���������fX  Filling tha AcHiNG^bm  your son through one day and see the amount of absolutely  unnecessary and superfluous exercise he takes. He wants a  book from upstairs, and takes the flight three steps at a time,  coming down by way of the banister, or in leaps that would  seem to endanger his neck. If he must go to the postofflce to-  mail a letter, the chances are that he will run all the way,  vaulting over hydrants and hitching posts en route. He romps,  , he wrestles'wlth his schoolmates, he indulges in what is known  among lads as "rough house" whenever he meets a comrade  who will aid and abet him in scuffling and feats of strength.  And yet, all' these things arc over and above what he considers  his legitimate sports���������rowing, bicycling, walking, .baseball and  i  football . playing, hunting, fishing. No wonder  that he is hungry after  hours spent In any one  of these pursuits!  Let us take all of these  things into consideration in criticising the  ravenous lad. Yet, after we have done this,  we should he careful  that he does not become a gourmand. A  healthy, even a very  great, appetite is to be  expected; gorging and  gluttony are not. Moreover, they are distinctly  Injurious. The body  needs a-generous amount  of nourishment and will  take   good  and to repair waste. AH that is put in  the stomach beyond these requirements  is simply an additional and unnecessary  load of matter to be disposed of, and to  be thrown off as useless material. Violent exercise facilitates the disposal of  this excess, causing the skin to act  freely and encouraging the bowels and  kidneys to functionate regularly. But it  is a mistake to give all of these agents  more than they can take care of. They  may become overwearied and rebel, and,  then a case of auto-intoxication or toxic  poisoning will .result.  One of the things that shoi'ld be considered with the growing boy or girl is  the kind of food eaten. The mother  should have some knowledge of the  nourishing properties of various articles of diet, that she may consider  quality rather than quantity. For instance, a soft-boiled egg. a slice of  wholesome bread and good butter, and  a glass of unskimmed milk will nourish  more than would fried entrees, rich pastries and several kinds of sweets washed  down with lemonade or soda water.  Moreover, the indiscriminate use of such  articles is undeniably hacmful to the  digestion.  A We are too careless with excellent digestions���������we parents. We may know  that our children have what one girl  claims is her fortunate portion���������"a stomach that could digest a norseshoe"���������but  they -will not be the happy possessors of  "Vaulting over hydrants en route."  ���������GROWING boy is hollow down  to his heels!"  A dear woman made the above  remark after  seeing her   16-year-old  nephew dispose  of  a breakfast con-i  sisting of an orange, a bowl of cereal  and  cream,   two  sausages  and  six  hot  biscuits,  topped by a cup  of cocoa.    I  wondered  where  he   put  it  all.  unless,  as his relative suggested, his legs were  hollow.   Tet ten minutes iater I came  upon him munching a large red apple.  At my exclamation of amused astonishment he flushed, then laughed.  ' "Oh,"  he   said  frankly;   "I  might  as  well   acknowledge    that    I    never   get  enough to eat.   I read somewhere that  one of those big doctors who write about  diet and things like that said that every-^  body   should   leave   the   table   a   little  ��������� hungry.ror- feeling as ��������� if he could eat  Just a Httle more. Well. I would satisfy  3that piil peddler, all right. I always get  up from the table with an atfhing void."  ���������My observation of other boys leads me  to think that his experience is a com-  jaon one with young human beings be-  tween the ages of 7 and 21.-- We older,  people, are often rather Impatient with  them because pi their hearty aippetltes/  reminding them that we manage to keep  up health and strength and do our work  In the world on one-half; of what- they  ������������������ e&t/ ; ��������� ������������������-. yy-y. ,��������� Y V :��������� Ya. A'-X  A fact which we are prone to forget is  :. that while -we have waste- to make up  for, young people have both waste iria  ���������| growth to repair.    Moreover,  the" most  strenuous of grown-ups. unless he be a  ��������� "professional   athlete,   seldom   leads   as  i active a;llfe as  does they boy.   /Watch  "This longing is perfectly legitimate."  "Put in each day a rosy apple."  such digestive faculties if they abuse  them while young. Just because your  15-year-old son has fine muscles, and is  a superb physical specimen, you do not  allow him to strain those muscles,  wrench- his back and, perhaps, rupture  delicate tissues, by ;putting upon them  an unnatural strain.   You should be as  considerate   of   the   stomach   of  your  healthy girl or boy.  A pernicious habit that is indulged in  most families is that of eating between  meals, and It is a habit that is so easily  acquired  that,  once  formed,  it is difficult  to  break.    If a lad   has   for   his  breakfast,  at 7.30 or 8 o'clock,  fruit of  some kind, a cereal with milk or cream,  an egg, or several slices of bacon, or a  bit of flsh, with milk or cocoa, he needs  nothing more until the luncheon hour at  half past 12 or 1 o'clock. At  this time  his food must be good and wholesome.  And right h������������re is where many-mothers  err with regard to the boys who take a  luncheon to school with them.   This is  frequently something that '"tastes good"  or   that   "will   do,"   rather   than   that  which will nourish and strengthen.   Tn  many cases the "snack" carried in box  or  paper  is  the  same thing  day  after  day.    The   mother  should   tax   her   ingenuity to provide a different luncheon  for each day of the week.   This is not  as hard as it sounds to her whose one  Idea of his repast is several thick meat  sandwiches.   Let her cut the bread thin  and vary the filling by putting in on one  day   minced   hard-boiled   eggs;   on   another,   grated   American   cheese;   on   a  third,  sardines,   drained   from  their  oil  and   flaked.    On   the   fourth   day   thin  strips  of   crisp   broiled   bacon   may   be  laid between slices of brown bread  on  which   have   been   spread    baked    and  mashed   beans.    On   the   fifth   morning  the mother may spread the bread with  cream cheese   and lay on this a leaf of  lettuce dipped In French dressing. With  .- the   sandwiches   put   each   day   a   rosy  apple   or  a  ripe   but   firm   banana,   or  some figs or dates.   If your child is so  fortunate as to  attend a school where  milk,  cocoa and  soup  are  provided  at  noon���������as   is   the   case   in   most   of   the  schools   in  our  large  cities���������insist   that  a cup of soup or a glass of milk shall  be  taken  with the  sandwiches.    Or,  if  the  child  likes  it,   let  his  beverage at  noon  be  hot  cocoa.    A warm  drink  is  grateful In cold weather and assists digestion.  We parents should strive to consider  this matter of  eating from the child's  point of view.   Let us look back to our  own  youth  and try   tovremember  how  very   good   things   tasted   then.    They  never  will   he   as   delicious   again,   we  sigh, regretfully.   This fact should make  us  patient   with   the  child   whose  eyes  light with ecstatic joy when th������ plotter  of   ice  cream* is  brought   in,   and  who  finds it hard to suppress his delight at  its appearance even when there ls'fcom-  pany" present.   It vexes us .sometimes  that he does not conceal this joy, and  yet we might  rather  have an  amused  sympathy for the youngster.   Oh, if we  could feel like that!   But we can't.  Nor do we always sympathize'With the  love of sweets manifested by our children. Yet this longing is perfectly legitimate. Sweets supply the fuel to keep  going the energy with which the young  animal is overflowing. They form aa  important part of the diet; and Jt is the  abuse of them, not the use of them,  that is to be deplored. Constant munch- .  Ing of candy and eating bonbons much  of the time between meals is a perversion of a natural appetite.   ������ ^  Young people will rush to extremes ���������  diet if allowed to T3o so;  ana here thb  mother's  curbing hand is needed.    She  should never allow her child to make an  entire   meal   of   one   special   article   of  food.    The boy who declines meat and  all vegetables except potatoes is showing  a lack of self-control and an indulgence  of an idiosyncrasy that will mean trou- ,  ble all along the line for him if'. he be  not restrained  in  youth.    Insist  on his  taking other food.    Potatoes are excellent  in  their way; they should norl be  the only food eaten.    I know one fam- .  Ily in which the indulgence of childish  whims  was  carried  to  such  an  excess  that one of the boys would have an entire dish of potatoes for himself at each  meal,   and   the   pretty   daughter   must  have at her place a loaf of bread ana a  quart   of   milk,   as   that   was   "all   she  wanted."   Another son ate no vegetables  or bread,  but would dispose'bf s., ha!?  dozen slices of rare roast beef at a sitting.    Needless to say,  no servant waa  willing  to  cook  for this family   whose  mother believed in allowing the children  "    to "follow their own inclinations."  If a child has been properly traineu- hs  will  xtpt have abnormal fancies.    I r -  member one small boy whose liking for  cereaia  and bread was  so  strong" that  he insisted that he did not like anvthlnsc  but porridge and toast.   His mother demanded that he take upon his plate and  eat a little of each wholesome article  of food  that was set before the other*  ohildren.    If he did riot, he could have-  no  cereal  or  bread.    By  the  time  the'  little  fellow  was  6  years  old, he  had*  learned   to   like   everything   that   tha  other children ate.  One of the reasons so many young people eat so much and yet are not satisfied is because they take their food too  rapidly. A quarter pound of meat slowly V  and thoroughly masticated will  satisfy'  hunger more than would a half pound,  of   meat   "bolted" * or    swallowed   un-  chewed.    Insist that each child spend a  reasonable  length of  time .in. disposing  of the contents of his plate, and-lie wlll-  ,   he better nourished, healthier and have,  a more normal appetite.  I'  .'  &i-.ftrt g T.iKnswr  IN   AMAZINGLY   cheap "form���������for  &  few, pennies,  indeed���������almost all tbe  , . best books are to be had; and I think  , every one owes lt as a sacred duty to-1  '   his mind to start'a little library of hia  own; - How much do we- not do for our-1  bodies? .How.much thought.andrmoney  . do they not cost;ua?   And shall we not. I  think a little for the clothing and adorn- j  ing   of the   imperishable   mind?    This  private library may begin, perhaps, with  a. single volume, and grow at the rate I  ��������� of one or������������������*two' a- year; but these, well  . chosen and well mastered, will become  such  a  fountain  of  strength  and   wisdom that each ehair be eager to add to  his store.    A dozen books accumulated  in thiB way may be better tr.an a whole  .ilibiary.���������l/.-uj>,..tonii. , .  I  EOTSEMOTHERS  *'  XCHANGE  r  IMPORTANT NOTICE  nBCAUBB of the enormous'  /< number of letters sent to  ���������*-* tho Bwohanae, I must ask  contributor* to limit their com-  indications to 190 words, except  in oancs of formulas or recipe*  whioh require greater apace. I  , want all my correspondents to  have a showing in the Corner,  and if my request in this respect  is complied with it toi'J be possU  ble to t>Wttt many more letters.  ,,...X. Offers Danish Recipe  I-AM delighted that you have como to  the > defense oc what one constituent  calls "a wrotohed mosa," ana what I  proudly call "Btow." ���������  My liUBband eaid ono evening nftor aomo  ono had beon nralalng'the ucapleed dlalu  ������������������Vail my wlfo certainly molten nlco, ton-  der gravy i"  In tho absurd mistako lurke tho wholo  secret of itu pucceas���������the dellcloua brown  wruvy which should accompany una permeate tlio moat. .  Laat Bummur, .whllo X waa III, n nmtd  attomr<t<i<l to moke ourvfavorllo atow. The  loault wua a wooful dlaappolntmont, and wo  forboro ordorlng tt again until' I waa woll  enough to uttonJ to it..      .   .,���������,���������...    .  Dous thnt sound boastful? Kdon't Intond  to "tiruBi" but ������o toy/ womon (mow how to  oook ghoap monta palatably.  Mr������. Tailsorii need not havo worried ovor  "gravy" It eho hnd uaod n hoof extract  an a paw, I um rain to fall bade upon It  sometimes to Improve tho quality and to  incroooo tho quantity or my ������<nuc������B,  I mokes a vory gnnii voai mow by cooking  jimnil pleoou or veal. In beef ntndt until  tender. I aenaon with aalt, popper and a  Waaiiooiitul of curry powder, thon oervo  with rleo   cooked by your rrolpe,  *>6 you rooolloot mv roquoat  for reolpea  niitilHh cookery?   Quo. ye  -���������- ���������   ed Into a two'llnt builtilu    floor wna rented tu a Dtinlah, family, and  Ono year nap wo re-  Tno uppor  mow J van jjet my .cowed reclion.  Perhaps I may And time: to aond nnmo to  Iho "Comer." Imt I um no vory Imayl Lnat  ,V������no nnothor blrdlhuc flew Into our neat,  and now I am .the proud mother of three  dear littlo.children. Some or my friends *'  pity me, hm t thank God daily for honlth .  And atrergth to work and for tho power of  loving nnd the ponce nnd plenty ot our  quiet hnmo,       . .    . .   ���������       ,.       .,  I  Hem] rw    Unrripe to hop out the editorial  ''poatnl  fund." ���������_.������������������.��������� ,_,  Welcome back to tbo Kxchanite  ��������� Corner 1 Thrleo. welcome for having  ho glortotiB an oxcuho for your loniK  alienee I Bond uh the 43anltth rod now  at yonr.convenience���������an, for I pittance,  ���������whop tho newoBt boby l������ aHlwop rtnti  the boy arid tho other alrllo nro play-  ,1������B In a far corner, and you feel that  you have earned the right to sit  quietly down arid relax, ^physically,  for half. an. hour. Never neglect this  duty to yourself and to those to  whom your health Is precious.: Cry  "Halt!"  before you break down.'  If my cupboard (refrigerator) Is  bare of Steele, I use avlO.-cent can of  beef soup, after straining it. A can  of the same brand, marked "Chicken  Broth," ��������� made up a delicious chicken  ���������and oyster pie last week, combined  with a pint of oystorB and the fragments of a roast fowl too scanty arid  desultory .to appear again upon tba  table undisguised.    .       '���������''. ���������  .���������        ���������  At another time tbe chicken broth  ���������was' strained and cubes of veal cooked   tender   in   Jt.    The    gravy, was  drained     off     and seasoned    with  paprika, salt, a daflb of onion Julep  and ��������� choppod -Vparslfeyv thlokoned ; with  a tablespoonful ot Butto* rolled in  Hour ana cooked to ..a. roux. A hard-  bollo'l ������Kg was cut J������to bits, and  added: tho gravy wasiSpoured {back  ovor the veal and brought to a boil,  pnd behold, an , Imitation cWcUon  stow that deceived throo hunnrry  boys, whon served upon ��������� buttered  toast already softened with hot ���������mllK.'.  Try lt ao ono cheap dlah that will  ami-ajfy the eaters. ���������;;���������,  yy[  Pumpkin and Cranberry Pie  TMohho aond me a .Rood recipe fjr pumpkin  plo.   All I have'tried arom ao dry.  1  noticed  somo time  ago a  rcquoat  for  ^Thia  wn{/crny motlior'n recipe,  and  wo  i?nvoltyouehhio a rerlpo for orantiorr* plot  Wilted Lettuce  Wa������h  and  hreiilt   Into email  plocce, two  larao heada of lettuce.   Put  Into n jatBO  fryinu nan %' pound of anlt pork   out Into  rtlS!fai?Tr������g01KSa   l  tenapoonful, of flour  Pn W &? Vmnj?ri.inn\V^fltb  the lottuee,  and brim* to a bol . : Vlnal]/.*  put In the' lettuce1 nnd cook, stlrrlnir with  .   a. fork, untlj  tlio 10 iuco   h wilted,.   ...  Mra! tt, JL OVhlto rialna, to. Y.).  * An wo huve told you hy pout, wo do  ���������not wall recipes to correapondents.  "Woro wo to undertake this there would  bo no tlvno left for other branches of  our service.     ������������������> ...  . Below pleatie find trustworthy formulas for the pie* you wish to make:  Pumpkin Plo  Pan*; neod ond nut tho pumpkin un.  Btow..and run , thron������h tho oolnmler  onoujih to fill two cupH. Let It cool and  ntlr into, it the beaten yolk* of ������  efff,-������,   stirred   llirht   with   u   cupful  of  white sugar. Add gradually, keeping  the egg-beater busy all the time, 1 quart  of sweet milk, 1 teaspoonful <n*t mixed  ground cinnamon, . mace and ginger,  lastly the whites of the eggs whipped  stiff, LJne a deep pie dish with a good  paste, cut slashes in it here and there,  give a final stir to the custard as it is  poured into the paste and bake in a  steady oven.  Eat cold with powdered sugar strewed  over the top.  Cranberry Pie  Chop fine 1 cupful of seeded raisins,  1 halve 2 cupfuls of cranberries, mix  with % cupful of cold, water and 1  cupful of sugar. Stir l teaspoonful. of  flour into the sugar before adding the  water. It will prevent the berries from  settling to the bottom of tho mixture In  baking. Lino pie plates with the combination and lay strips of pastry, crisscross, upon the surface. Bake in a brisk,  steady oven.  At\ Old Cake  Soolnr; that.aomobody naked.for "Biblical  pake." 1 Incloso ono whioh U vory Rood.  It will entortatn and prollt tho children to  look up,the toxta.  V   "yX-  Bible Coke  Iliilf'a'pouud.of JudKOB, v, 25; tho samo ���������  of Juroinfun,   vl,   20;  1  tublciiKianful  of I  ttnmuol,  xlv,  25;, S tabloupoonfuls of Jorc-  "  "     -"     Bamuel.   ,;������������������*"  and  eaaon  apoon'ful of"XmoB."iv3Yafia* 'ftaijloapoon-  fulH or .fuuKoa, Iv, ill,   ,       ,     -, .   .   ������������������  Uont tho drat, aecond and third Iwjrc  dlonta nninoj" to aA oream; .add tno fourth,  if'    ion  an "hour" and a half.   _  lent form. I feel that lam qualified to give  advlco upon the *ubjeet, ..,,..  After1 relating the various attempts to  gain relief at the hands of allopath and  osteopath, and the success of the operation that left her a well woman, our  correspondent hus a word of criticism  ofthe methods of the Exchange, which  it io but fair to her and to the Exchange  to copy In part: ���������  If you posalbly oan', I wish you, would  forfeit somo of the ounce occupied by  recipes ana houHehold mattura to mako  room for aa much, of thia: letter -m uob-  Bible,   that   our   sufferer   may   ������t������   it   uiitl  communlcato.wlth mo If ajie wlBlloa to do  ao. 1 feel that tho aueation .ofhoalth la  far  moro   Important  than < malclnfc   plokloa  one. at a tima. still boatlnici then , nrth.  ajxth and aovonth. ���������till b������atln������r. ..Noxt add  oigli'ii, rilnth, tenth and eleventh. liavlnB  prevloualy mixed thom togothor, ond laat of  nil. add. twelfth.      . _. . ���������     J   "  alee In rather  oven and leas than  M. J. H. (Philadelphia).  Tho roanost for Biblical cake was ro-  spondod to by no leas than thirty-six  correspondents. . I select one ot the  briefest formulas an , a "specimen  artlolo,*' Thanks are horohy awnrdod to  the BonoroiiB houaomothors who swell  tho list of helpers,  A Word About Goiter  From  an elflrht-pngo   letter,   woll expressed and full of pathological facta, X  oxtrnet nil for which j can make rooms  May.I aend a wojrnlnir ^qtlie ju^ep** yfl'o  ware.  tl aend a warning io the mimirer 1  for a oure  for irolUir7  .Let her  of all jftj-unllitit ^'curea.'' and of.  ��������� bo-     ��������� an ju-unjiod ."curea." and of Jlto  onnnka who nmoiloe timm, '(lieriv la nh������n������  lutely nn cure for a icnlto** but vho linlfo.  An 0(10 who waa anilntnd with the dlienae  for twenty yeara, and in a pocuiMariy vlru-  and uroHervcB, or even tho ><vexed aorvant  question, which many of ua , Hhavo. alwayu  with .us." It does nvt bother, mo, for 1 do  all of my own work except .woahlng. l  vhavo. a live-room. Bat, two%Jjlu boya ami  tho best "John" In the world/and I havo  novor felt tlio need or a iiorvunt.:-.-  One  of  my  pot  lderiB   la   that   If   moro  women., would  do   thoir, own   work, thoro  would not be ao many ehronlq, invalids.  C.   H.   C.   (Louisville.   Ky.).  (A now. contributor.)  It is altogether natural that one who  has been a prey to a haunting horror���������  a thorn In the flesh���������for twenty years  ond has beon freed from it by  a certain  treatment, should exaggerate tho  importance of the subject to; those* who  havo   never   Buffered   in  liko, manner.  Not ono woman in 8000. has a goiter.  Every  woman,  man  and  child  in  the  country  must  eat  and sleep,   and   In  ono .form or another bo a homokeopor  or 1 dweller.    I  am glad  wltb and  (or  tho   Intelligent   wife  and   mother   that  aho '.'feels in her body that she Is healed  of that plague."  Oho Is a practical housemother, as  Bho tolls us. She exhorts her Bister-  women to get rid of nervnnts. if all the  thnn thoy can filve from eating and  sleeping wero devoted to reading nnd  studying about diseases, how would  . meals bo cooked properly, and .floors  swept, and bods made, and tho plokloa  and preserves boloved of John and, tho  big boya bo mado? ���������  Novel and Simple Remedies  May I poep. Into the Cornor for a minute?  I havo a lot of Chicago Mmrualnea and  ���������omo othora.which I ahould liko to give to  aomo ono who tovea, reading and who can*  not itot It in any oth������*r way.  1 Ikivj. u law rvwilU'm unit nrtr trtad,  safe nnd aura I offar them, hoping to be  of aoiVIco  lo somebody.  To Mra.  II, A., of Chicago:  If ahe will  net tho herb awcet fern, ateep n In water  ,   mid drink fr<*������ly  of the tea,  alno nmke a  pillow of the leaven and alnep upon It, alio  will  have  no. more night awonin,        '  IMr hemnrrhnse of nil klnda; Oot the  root* or iho rum mon yellow dock���������aa yullow.  oh gold when green���������limlae and tinmk themi  add eold water; mix nnd Ateep for a little  while, then give a teuepoonful of tho juice  ovory hour until the bleeding la chocked:  then onco in three hours. Hemorrhage  should  never bo cheeked  too uuddenly. .  I  dig  the  roota   In   autumn, to  dry   for.  winter uae.   Whon It IB needed, Bteep;alow-  ly���������not   boil-end   uae   aa   you   would   the  Kieon   lootu. .  To bottlo elder ithat .It may��������� keep awect ���������  for nny length of time: To.tt quarta ���������-. ,<  of aweot elder add 1 heaping tableapoonlul  ut ground muatard and a littlo Uibh. ground  MiiBHurruB bark.. Hrlng to a alow.aimmer���������  almost to boiling���������atirrlng often. If iiBcum  urlHcs, aklm. Uottlo hot. Coric tight., It's  lino!    Try  It! , .. . ���������, ���������   . y  'lo cure atammerlng  In children:   Get a  real  cannon  ball:  let  them - roll  It around  the   lloor   when   trying   to   talk.     After  a  littlo thoy tot get all about ntuinmorlng and   -  will  ho .ii-oo from  the Inllrmtty.    ���������    :  ror bleeding wountlB or outa:     'rne lit���������  tlo   "puffball/'   BomotlmoB   called   "anake.   >.  ball,"  found  by  country road a or In the  Holds, out In halt and bound upon tho out  will atop tho bleeding a*-once,  Mm. TO. It. D, (Chicago).  Novel samples these���������one and all!  If I demur In rending the last "remedy," lt is because the recollection of  tlio germ thoory is strong upon mo.  The lirst thing, to do whon ono Ih cut,  or torn, or bitten, Is to mako suro  that tho wound Is perfectly froo trom  aught that could harm the blood by  absorption. Clonnno the wound thoroughly with cloon, warm wator and  keen a vlnl of. peroxide of hydrogen  on hand with which to disinfect the  gnplng mouth of tho wound. I should  not daro to press upon tho raw sur-  fnco any waysldo growth until lt, too,  had beon well washed.   ���������  Pickled Beets  Some  (line ago .an  invalid  anked for  a  roolpo for swoot pickled boota    I boiU it at  onco, but I have not aeon It In.print,    it  la ualtod for again,   rioaao find It Inoloicd.  . Canned Sweet Tickled BeotB  noil tho ueeta tonder: peel while, they  aro hot: cut Into ouartera or uae wholo. na  you liko, Fill hot. aterlllted glnaa jnra and  pour over tho beats thia mixture: A  P one oui> eaoh of augar and of *nter to  J cunfula of v negnr. ,'Fill, the cans to  worftowlng with the belling Hot liquid and  era.  Immod^tely^ 0   (M(m,uftUc, M,chl).  Two othor recipes aro Inclosed���������ono  for ououmbor. -tlio, other for dill pickles.  Tloth ore marked "for Biimmor use" and  laid awmy. Tho boots may he procured  Uii'ouaiiout  thu winter. . ���������  Our much-valued correapondent offers  llknwlse a euro for goiter which wc  cannot publish, Inasmuch an It involves  ih������ uho of a proprietary medloino. We  neither namo such In our Corner nor  reiommorul thom by mall.,.The responsibility of doing this Is too serlouB to he  lightly 'nosumed.  Wo havo printed eight or nine reclpoa  for pickled Woet beets Iri- reply^to tho  invalid'* request. It la not posalbls to  make place for all- bhe formulas for the  composition of any one dlah.. ..>-������������������,  * Witness the number supplied"for the  scripture cako. vy  Old-Time Recipes  I have,aomo excellentjreclpca.taken from V  a book .compiled by an Aunt of mine In the  '  year mim,, Bueii, .for Inwance, na oharlottu  riiaae.   made   without   cooklngi   Belle   Tate  pic, crumb pudding, etc,   ������������������ :-x,-������������������-.���������,......  If any of the readera would liko some ot  ��������� them I  will Mend them to Vi������u. x ���������-.���������������������������  "PB-RCy'' (Loulavllle. Ky.).  Send  the recipes, by aU  meana���������and  ���������Boon.' ������������������������������������ 1. "��������� .  ,;    '���������'���������!.'���������:���������  y'A'. Profitable Retwti  . It ecema aolflah In mo to havo had the  benefit for ao long or the Exchange and to  make no return. So Ir you can uae tho In-  cloued recipea  my conaclenco will bo eaaler,  Wilted Xettuco .    v  Cut 3 good-Bleed allcea of'-bacon Into dice  and fry to a crlap brown. Cut u an onion  yei������y small and fry In the pan with the  bacon for Z mlnutea. Next, pour Into tha  pan n cup of weak vinegar. Bait to taate,  und when It doiIh pour over a pan of .lettuce  that haa, been cleiined and torn Into bita.  Bcrvo In about a mlnutea, .;���������������:   .1 .y.;.  Thia ia atrlctly n a or man dlah and some  poriion������ do not like It.' Wc think -it dell- ,  cloiiH, You may uae the outaldo leavea of  lettuce for it, dlacardlng the tough, porta,,  nnd imvo the hearts for a aalad with  French drcaalng. Tho addition or.a r*w  ct'leiy Htnlka, out up One, Improves thia  dlah ror tho** whp Hue thftt flavoring,  y  Stuffed Pepijors  Becd 'and. <a'ut tho top* 'from (I large boll!  puunera.   Qet V-S or 11 pound of round ataak.;  uml put through a meat grinder; add l������������v.  aa much brcadorumba. .Mix thoroughly and I  till the  peppera  with  tne  forcemeat.    Tie* -I  place the cape of thvi pepper* and pin them  ���������������������%     %iit4V>     ���������('annia     aw    */\Af*Ktklnl#a      * ' A a*aMB������������a������A    t**  en with otrawa or toothvloka. 'Arrange In <  a baking pan, the capa, urnermoat.   cover  tho bottom of tho, pan wltii uncooked rice.  Put In more It the nan be ainull... Strain  Into tl -     "'���������   - --'    -������������������L  tho rleo a oan of tomatoea, aeniaSn with  huh and a httle augar ,1 and boko 1 at loaat  one hour, milling hot water aa the tomatoea  cook  drv nnd  tlm rice ntuiorba the liquid,  , a   unique  One   more   reolpel    Thia .time  auuco ror the luncheon tabic  Plum Sauce v-  To a* 2-qnnrt bnaket.ot, purple phirna allow a nrongea. i������ut th������ ornngca���������rind and  pulp���������through .your meat, grinder. , Halve  Ihe plnma and remove the atonea. Maka  jp w  you   would  for canning  11  thick eyrup a*  iiou   would, f... .... ......  nnvthlng���������only richer, rut In tho fruit!  w.fi until hoi through and a������al at onoe  It la  nnuaiinl n.nd.d������llcloua, .  Mra. XL n. TC, (l������������ Angeles,' Oel.).  I Unvo In renerve other and as sood  things  from   iho   hum!  of   thin   corr������������  spnnilent for which we hnve not roon  loilnv.   Thev nro mmctlilng 10.look for-1  wuril to with ploosod oxpoctiitlon,    *,  JbbH IV  ite.-.  Rf-r  SB3SWtKHl3B55SS  iijiii^^^^  THE   CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW.  PROFESSIONAL  JAS. H.  Fire, I������ife  and  *  SCHOFIELD  Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL  B.C.  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B.C. Land Surveyor and Architect  Plans and Specifications  CRESTON  - B.C.  J.  D.  ANDUKSON  Bbxtish   Columbia  Land   Surveyor  TRAIL  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & CO.  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON  B.C  MISS L. M. SCOTT  Trained Nurse, of Rathwell Hospital.  Manitoba. Ready for engagements of  any kind.    Maternity a specialty.  Apply Miss li. M. Scott, general delivery, Moyie, B. C.  GUY   LOWENBERG  Consulting Engineer  CRESTON  B.C.  R. GOWLAND SCRUTON  A.JU.A.A.  {Diploma London Assn, Accountants)  Auditor and Accoustant  Balance sheets prepared and verified  Books balanced, opened and closed  Partnerships and company auditing  Last Wednesday evening MrB. W. K.  Brown was hostess at a most enjoyable  card party. Those present were Mr.and  Mrs. Hobden, Mrs. Mallandaine nnd  Miss Rumsey, Mys. Barton, Miss Howarth and Miss Johnson and Mr. and  Mrs. Beven.  No. 1 and No. 2 lath, Brio"k, lime,  cement, comfort, tar and building paper  at the Creston Mercantile Company.   v  Father Beck will hold services at  Creston on Sunday next as follows:  Mass at 10:30 a nt., Sunday School at  2:30 p. m. and Evening Service at 3:30  p.m.  Meals at all hours at tho "Wigwam  Cafe on Fourth St., a short distance  from Sam Hatfield's pool room.  The Board of Trade meeting has been  again postponed till next Wednesday  evening.  For Sale.���������Lots 8, 7, 8, 9 and 10, Blook  3, Dow's Addition. Send offer to owner, Mrs W. Wilson, 551 Fifth Street,  Brandon, Manitoba.  Tbe Canyon City Lumber Company  will this season increase their mill to au  output of 40,000 per day. At present  this mill has a capacity of 30,000 per  day.  FOUND���������A place to get my suit  cleaned, pressed and repaired, at the  Creston Clothing House.  T. Ogg of the Bank of Commerce staff  at Peutictou, is filling the vacancy iu  the Bank of Commerce staff at Creston  caused by the iiluess of paying teller  Smith, who we are glad to report is fast  recovering.  President Briggs, of the Canyon Oity  Lumber Company, left ou Tuesday's  west bound train for Portland.  Do you know that Ed. F. Johnson  has been appointed sole agent for Fairbanks & Morris gasoline engines aud  Centrifugal pumps?  Now that the wet spring weather is  on and the roads anything but good, the  pleasant surprise parties that bave been  so frequent of late, will have to be postponed for a while.  The Creston Lumber and Manufacturing Co. are clo-ing up their bookB They  have A completed the cut of all their  available logs and it is expected that a.  meeting of the shareholder will be held  NrVoii Lu i-l District���������Diatrict of West  Kootenay.  Take  no- <:.���������   that   I, fSlphratu Harris, of  Carson,     Washington,   occupation   Msrr'sd  Woman, intend to apply for permission to  purchase the following dcscilhed lauds:-.  Commencing at. a post planted adjacent--to  the Southwt-ht corner ol Lot 8140. beluethe  thence running North 40  ZZX  at the cad of March, to decide m future. chafnsyWcst bo chains, .South, sochains. Kastj  action.   It is probable the firm, will bo  wound tip.  Money to loan on ranch or town property at low rate of interest. Apply to  Johnson ������& Scruton ac Review Office.  C O. "Rodgers contemplates building  a handsome residence on his property  near town.  40 chains to point of  containing  640   aeries:  so chains and North  commencement and  more or less. ��������� .     ,,      y  Eu'Hiuta Hamkis,Applicant.  .IamksFishkk, Agent.  Date January ie, Wil.  Tho Fruit.  meet iu the  on F;id.ty, March  Growers Association will  old schoolhouse at 8 p.  m.  loth.  Have you seen tho assorted stock of  Euauiel ware at Ed. F. Johnson's hardware store on Fourth St. ? If uot drop iu  and inspect for yourself.  The ladies of the Altar Sooiety of the  Roman Catholie Church will give a  musical euteitaiument ou the evening  of the 17th inst. iu the Creston Auditorium.  Nelsou Land District��������� District of West  Kootonay. .  Talce notice that I. otho ttalston, ot Har-  risonburjr, Virginia, occupation aonie *)ee-  oimor.Iinteijd to upply for permission-to  purchase tlie following described lands:-  Commencing at a post planted nbout two  and a liulf (2>4) miles in a Southwesterly  direction from the S- W. corner o������ Lot 1)323,  being the Northwest corner, thence running  South 80 chains. Bust 80 chains, North 80  chains and West 80 chains to point ot commencement and containing 010 acres more or  es ' onto llALsroN, Applicant.  ,1 amks Fisheu, Agent.  Date February, 9, H������ll.  CRESTON  B.C  CRESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  Frnit Lands, Town Property and Insurance  Hyornei  cA'Bre&thesibte Remedy for Catarrh  The ratianal way to combat Catarrh  is the Hyomei way, vi������: by breathing.  Scientists for years have been agreed on  this point but failed to get un auteseptic  strong enough to kilt catarrh germs aa t  not destroy the tissues of the membraue  at the Bauie time, uutil the discovery of  Hyomei (pronoui.ced High-o-me).  Hyomei is the most powerful yet  healing antiseptic known. Breathe it  through the inhaler over the iufiamtjd  and gerui-riddeu membrane four or five  times a day, and in a few days the germs  will disappear.  A oouiplete Hyomei outfit, including  the inhaler oosts $1.00 and extra bottles,  if afterwards needed, cost but 50 cents  Obtainable from your druggist or post  paid from The R. T. Booth Co , Ltd ,  Fort Erie, Out. Hyomei it guaranteed  to enre asthma, croup, sore" throa ,  coughs, colds or grip or refund your  money back. Sold and guaranteed by  the Crestou Drug & Book Oo.  Nelson Lnnd District���������District of West  Kootonay.  Take notico that l.fcarl Peltier, of Algoma,  Washington, occupation Housolteoper.intend  to apply for  permission to purchase the following described, lauds:- ���������    ;���������/���������  Commencing at a post planted about ten  (10*) chains Kast of the Southwest corner of  Lot 8176, being the Northeast corner, thence  South 80 chains, West 80 ohalns. North 80  chains and East 80 ohalns to point of com-  mencoment and containing ������40 acres more or  lo^s " '��������� -  lV.AKt. fKi/riKii. Applicant,  JA.MKS ii't.SllKR, Agent,  Date January 21, H'll.  Kelson Land District���������District of West 1  Kootenay.  Take notice that I. Mabel Ralston, of  Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation  Schoolteacher, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:-  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the Northeast cornerAoF Lot 9323  being the Southwest coruer, thence  running North 80 chains,East 80 chains,  South 80 chains and West 80 chains to  point of commencement and containing  640 acres more or less.  Mabel Ralston, Applicant.  Jamks Fisher, Agent. ���������  : Date January 20, 1911.  Nelson Laud District���������Distriot of West  Kootenay.  Take Notice that I, Laura A. Ralston,  of Harrisonburg, Virginia, ocenpation  Married Woman, intend to : apply for  permission to purchase the 'following  described lands:- y -A  Commencing at a post planted adjn-  ceut to the Northeast corner of Lot 9323  being the Northwest corner, thence  South 80 chains, Eflst 80 chains, North  80 chains and. .West'80 chains to point of  commencement :and containing G40  acres more or less; V.  . Laura A. Ralston, Applicant.  Jambs Fishbr, Agent.  Date January 20/1911.     Vy  RECENTLY OPENED  The Cheap  Cash  ii ��������� -       J ���������,-i. Jii������������������^iasa   ��������� -   '  .'-  i i   i mm i���������aa    "ii'ii.     am  |J^Ro^iinfeB^Glv������������pe  Our Stock isV New and Fresh  Nelson Land District���������District.of West ':���������  Kootaiiay.  Take notico that I, Tom Charles, of Patterson, B.C, occupation Lumberman, intend to  apply for permission to purchase the following described lauds:��������� . ���������  Commencing at a post planted about six (U) I  miles In a Southwesterly direction from the i  S.W. corner of Lot W^i h*lng the  Son th west l  corner, thence running Norm 80 chains, from  a  point about 10 chains West of where said  post is planted, theuce Kast M������ chains, South  so chains, and Wast 80 chains to point of corny  menccment aud continuing (Ho acres more or  less.  Tom Cuaui.es, Applicant.  3 a M ks FisMKit, Agent.  Date February 11. lull.  Nolson Land I'istrlct���������District or west  Kootenay.  Tako notice that i, N el lie Stark, of Boss-  land, ll.C, occupation Nurse, intend to apply  for permission  to   purchase   tho. following  described lauds:-  Commencing at a post planted about ten  (IU) chains Kast of tiie bouthwest corner oi  Otno Ualston's location and about four miles  lu a southwesterly direction from the Southwest coruer ol Lot t>828 being the ^Northwest  corner, thence running South 40 chains, Kast  40 chains, North 40 chains, and.West 40 chains  CD point of commencement and containing  320 acres more or less.  Nhu,ik Stakk. Applicant.  James Fishjsb, Ageut.  Date February 9,19U.  Our Flour and Feed is the BEST.  Also Graham Flour, Oat Meal, Etc.  CAtt AND SEE FOR YOURSELF  T. D. Bunce  ricPeak Block  Sirdar Avenue  CRESTON  B.(  Services Next Sunday.  Presbyterian Church  Services will be held in the Presbyterian Ohurch on Sunday nest. Morning service, 11 a.m.; Evening service,  7:80 p.m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.  Ton are ootdially invited to join our  Bible Class.  S. H. Sarkissian, Pastor.  Mr.   O.  J.   Wigen,   the   Strawberry  t^Kisg of the Creston Valley, was very  optimistic when seen by onr representative the other day.    He states  that in  spite   of the somewhat unfavorable season of  last year, the berry crop will be  of good average quality so far as present  appearances   go.    He  is  investigating  the scientific aspect of the application of  electricity to soils and its effect upon  crops, with a view to stiii further increasing his output of "The berries tnat  make Creston famous."    Mr. Wigen: is  of t-:e opinion that the growers  of garden  truck and berries in the Crestjn  District, can defy competition, and even  reciprocity has no terrors for him.  NO'flCK  IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION  for the issue oi a duplicate Certificate of Title  to part 26*4 acres of Block 24 of lot 891 Group 1  Kootenay "District Map 69S.  .NOTICE IS HERttBY GIVEN that it Is  my intention to issue at the expiration ol  one month after the first publication hereol  a duplicate of the Certificate of Title to tne  above mentioned l*nd In the name of Isabella A. Farley which Certificate is dated the  22nd of October. 1900 and numbered 6208A.  SAMUEL, B. KOE  Distriot Registrar.  Land Registry Office, Nelson, B.C., January  25,1911.  Methodist Church  Sorvioes on Sunday next: Service  at 11 a.m., Sunday Sohool and Bible  Oloas at 2:8C p.m.; Evening Service,  7:80  p.m.  F. J. Rutherford, Pastor.  Kelson Land District��������� District of West  Kooieuay.  Take notice that 1, William Rumley,   of  Patterson, B.C., occupation  Lumberman, intend to apply for permission to purchase the  lollowing aescribed lands:-  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to  the Mortb.eu.si corner of Lot 9323 being the  Southeast corner, theuce running Noun SO  chains. West 00 chains, ciouth 40 cnalns. East  40 chains, South 40 chains, and East UO chains  lo point of commencement and coutainiug  4S0 acres more or less.  William Rumley, Applicant.  >    Jamks Fishkk, Agent.  Date January ^0, l������ll.  Wigw  Opened   WEDNESDAY,   Dec.   21st  ���������     LOCAL AND PERSONAL.     ������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Have von tried tho "Rising Sun"  flour at the Cheap Cash Store. T. D  Bunco.  Mr. McCullogh, of Eriokson, who wop  the victim ot an acoident whilst work  Ing in the woods some weeks ago, is  .recovering and oan get around again  ���������with the old of a cratch.  XTow is the time to  mako  arrange-'  tnenta for that bath room.   Call and  interview Ed. F. Johnson tbo plumber.  Chief of Police John T. Blook of Nolson, paid Creston and Erickson an official visit last Wednesday.  For Sale.���������820 aores of crown-granted  ���������excellent Frnit Land on Kootenay Lake,  Lot: 913. Apply, C. P. Hill, Hillcrost  VMines, Alberta 15-th  Mr. P. W. Foot, of Sutton, near  London, England, and who has an in-  deceit in tho proporty purchased by  iM������Mrs Mann, nnd Goorgo from Mike  Glaaier, has arrived in Croston and will  make his hoine on tho ranch. Mr. Foot  is nn experienced horticulturist, and the  three partners intond to transform their  property into an orchard and garden  sooond to none in tho Creston Distriot.  FOUND���������A soarf pin, blazed with  tbe mystic letters "A.O.U.W." Th������  United Workman, who has lost tbin  neat pin, oan secure same on proving  -ownership to 6am Hatflold, at tbo Crtti-  ���������ton Barber Shop, and sotting 'em up for  the orowd.  Mraio ���������Minn Johnson iu proparod to  take a limited nurnhor of pupils for  tnition in manic. For torms apply to  J, K. Johnson, rooldonce on Viotoria  Avenue.  Jamos .Johnstone was t% vim tor to  Crestou on Wednesday lost Mr. Johnstone ls an old timer In Nelson.  TO RENT.���������A three roomed cottage, at  $8 per month. Apply to the Review  Office.  Mr. Holmes, a wealthy retired business man of Lethbridge, Alberta, who  purchased ten acres of land from J.  Grafton last fall for.a substantial figure,  intends to proceed at once with the  erection of a modern honse on his prop- j  erty, close to the W. H. Crawford residence, and facing Canyon Street. This  mansion, when completed, will be one  of ihe finest residential properties in the  Greston Valley,- and will be occupied by  the owoer.  Mr. W. Hall, the genial proprietor of  the Erickson Hotel, is improving and  renewing the front of that hotel, and is  erecting a neat veranda, with a top, to  shade his gueetB from the fierce summer  suns of the Banana Belt, whilst they  take their ease after dining at his well  furnished table.  The Ladies' Auxilliary of the Presbyterian Chnroh will givo an apron bazaar  and sooial afternoon aud even on March  24th, inst. See later announcements in  tbis paper.  Nelson Land Distriot���������District oi  West Kootenay  Take Notice that I, Emma Ferguson, ol  Nelson, B.C.. married ywonian, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:       *     '.-  Commencing et a post planted on the north  bank o*"Suinmit Creek, about 100 feet south  of road post No. 4S5, and about one-half mile  south-westerly from the mouth of Topaz  Creek, thence 20 chains north, thence 20  chains east, thence. 20 chains south, thence  2o cnaius west, to' point of commencement,  containing 40 acres more or less.  Dated January 3rd. 1011  EMMA FERGUSON, Applicant  22-32 EDWARD FERG USOJN, Agent.  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenav.  Take notloe that I, Walter Denier, of Ymir,  B.C.. occupation Lumberman, intends to apply for permission to purchag* the following  described lands:-  Commenclngat a poit planted at the S. W.  corner of Tom Charles' location about sis (6)  miles in aS. W. direction from theS, W. corner of Lot 9323 being the Northwest corner,  tbence running South 80 chains, Kast 80  chains, North 80 chains and WestSO chains to  point ot commencement and contains Gio  aores more or less.  WALTER DEMHlt, Applicant  JAMEH FISHEK, Agent..  Dato February il, 1011. ;.  .Nelson Land District���������District of West -'���������  ICootenay.  Take notice that 1, Mamie  Long, of Spokane, Wash., occupation Married  Woman,  intend to appiy for permission to ..purchase  the following described lands;-'���������.���������:������������������:  Commencing at a post planted about three  l8> miles in a .Northerly direction from the  iSorth west corner o. Lot 'Wid and adjacent to  the .Northeast cornerof Harry Uruuer's Ideation, thence South 80 chains, theuce iutsi 20  chains, thenceforth SO chains, theuce West  20 chains, to point of commencement and {^Uk.  containing USO acres more or less.   . .    Jr*'  Wamxk Long, Applicant -  Jam������s FisHEtt, Agent.   .<  Date February 12, lull,    y  First - Class  Short  Order   Restaiiraiit  Meals at all Hours. Ladies are. invited to onr Afternoon  Teas, which we make a specialty of. Oor Cooking is  Superb.      VNO CHINESE HKLP ON THE PREMISES  E. F. PL A IT, Prop.  Noluon Land District���������District of West  Kootenay.  Take notice   that I, Mike   Flanniean, of  Ymir, 11.0., occupation Lumberman, intends  to apply for parmitmlon to purchase tbe following described lands:-  Commencing at iv post planted about live  ������) miles in a Northerly direction from tbe  ,W. corner of Lot 4875 on Mast side of Mosquito Creek,  beinc   tho .Northeast  corner  thenco Houth 80 obolnB, West 80 chains,North  80 chains and East 80 chains to point of commencement iiiKi containing 040 acres moro or  less,  M11U1J FLANNIQAN, Applicant.  JAMEb F1BHEK, Agont.  Date February 12,1011,  8!v  6 Year Old Girt  CURED OP KIDNEY TROUBLE  Mrs.  Alex.  Mooi^>,  ford, N. S., pays:  cured our little  of James St, Ox*  ������������������Booth's Kidney Pills  daughter,  Christian,  irq six yonrs, of many Bymptoms of  kidney weakness. Sho complained of n  soro back, tho kidney flooretions wore  I'reqnontnud uncontrollable especially  at night. Her stomach was weak and  hor appetite poor. This caused hor  to havo froquout hoadaohos, aud   the  loiiBt exertion  would ttro hor,  Wo had tried  many romedioi*,  but sho did uot  impiovo Finally  wo learnod oi  north's Kidney  Pills nud procured  a box. In a shot  timo who was woll  and does not now  complain about  hor buck, tho kidnoy BOorotiouH have become normal, nnd sho plays nround tho  houso with no up-iarcut fatigue. Wo  nl ways reoommond Uooth's Kidnoy  Pills."  Booth's Kidney PIUh oarry n guarou-  too that if you dorlvo no bout lit your  monoy will bo refnndod. Booth's Kid-  uny IMIIh aro a Hpccidc for all di'ionncn ot  tho kidneys nud bliuldor. Sold hy all  (IniMHistM. CiOn, box. or postpaid from tho  II. T. HoothOo., Ltd... 1/ort ICrlo, Ont.  Hold nud guaranteed by tJjoOr.Mton  Drug fto Book Oou  Noluon Land Distriot���������District of Wost  Kootenay  Take notico that I, Tobn Kyle, of Ymir, B.  C, occupation Lumberman, intends to apply  for pormlsslon to purchase the following do-  scribed lands:-  CommoncliiR at a post planted ndjaoent to  tho Northwest corner of Lot. 01128 bolnc tho  Northeast corner, thenco running Bouthfo  chaitiH, Wost80 chains, JNorth 80 olmins and  East SOohalns to point of oommoncomont aud  oontAlnliiff 010 acres more or lesw.  JOHN KVI.ic, Applicant,  JA MLB FJSHIEU, Agont,  Dato January 82, Wil.  XHelson Land District���������District ol West  Kootenay.  Take notice that I; Mary Ullfor, of Spokane,  Wash., occupation Housekeeper, .intend to  apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:-  Commencing at a post planted about four  (I) miles in a .Northerly direction rrom the  ^Northwest corner ol Lot 4275 on West side ot  Mosquito Creek Houth of and adjoining  James Morrison's location, thence South 80  chains, thence Wept 80 chains, tbence North  SO chains, thence liftst 80 clTains to point ot  commencement and containing . (Ho acres  moro or less,  Maby Biltor, Applicant.  .lAMKH FlSUEB, Agent.  Dato February 12, Ml.  Nelson Land District���������District oi West  Kootenay.  Take notico that I, Hlella Warson, of Ross*  laud, B.C., occupation bplnister, Intend to  upply for permission to purchase th������ following described lands:-  commencing at a post planted about four  (4) miles in a .Northerly direction from tbe  JSoithwcHt corner of Lot 427D, Bouthofaud  adjoining James Morrison's location, thence  south 80 chains, thence Kast 40 chains, thence  North 80 chains, theuce West 40 chains to  point of commencement and containing 32u  acres more or Iosr.  htem.a Waiison, Applicant,  Jamics Fisiucit, Agont,  Dato February 12,11*11.  PLUMBING  V  -'vc  ilucS ^*  Wc arc uoW lii a pusmuu \kj uu a  we use nothing but the best of material, and we guar  antee our work.    Call and see us, or  phone  No.  8$,  when wanting anything in these lines. ���������  ���������  ���������  NcIbou Land DIutrlcl'-DlHtrlotof Woht  icooteimy.  Take notico. tnat 1, Wm. It, MoWhlrtor.of  Ymir, B.C., occupation Lumberman. Intend  to apply for permission to purchnso Hie foi-  lowliiRdoHortbortlatul-it'  CominoneinaAl.fi post plantod on Iho KrhI.  shore of Moaoullo Lukoator near tlio Kortli-  wt'st oornor of Lot 8402 being the BouIIiwch'.  oornor, tlionco running North ������) cliiilim.aioiig  slioro ofnalrt lalto, thonco East 40 oliatiiH,  Houtli UO dial ns und \*Vi'st4d challis to point,  ot'oommonccmunt aiul containing na������ oores  mora orw������JjT'tAM Ki MnWntn'ricu, Applicant.  Jamkh kihiikh. Agent.  ])nto January 21, loll.  JNolson Lnntl DlRlrlot���������District of AVeHt  Kootonay.  Take notion that I,  Jamos  Morrison, of  /mlr, n. O., ooetniftllon Uimhnrniun, Intond  toanrly for pormlHslonto pnrohimo tlm rol>  lowing desorihoa lands:- .  Ymir,  toanr  lOWlllff  "lomi  mlloslu a  CoriiinonoliiK nt a pent plantod uboutllvo  C6)mllo������ln a Noilhorly dlrpoiUm from tho  n, w, cornor of Lot 427A find nrtjaonnt. to tno  NorthonHt corner orM. Klaiiiiignn's Inoiulon,  thonoe Houth HO ohalnn,thonon Kast <to oluilns,  thonco North 80 olialiiH.tlieneo West 40 chains  to point of eonimoncomont and oonluliilng  :i20norcimoroorl(!M. ���������  .iamkh MoiiHisoN, Applicant.  ' jamkh Fjbuku, Ajjent.  Dato Pobmory i'A ion*  NolHon Land DUtrlot-DlNtrlotof Wont  KooUMiay.  Talco notico that I Alfred noganBlitirg, of  Ymir, II. C��������� occupation Lumberman, intond  to apply for ponniMNloti to purohiuo tlio fol>  lowinx (loscrlbcd lands;-  Corinnenolnir nt a jio^tplantf-dahoiil. Ilvn  (Mnillimln a Northorly direct Ion from tho  N.W. oornnr or l.nt427Annd ndjatitnl tothu  NnrllieuHt onrnur of M, li'lnnnigiin's location,  thenoe North no chalni, Ji*a������t 40 chains. Houth  UU nlialnsuuil West 40 clmtiiH to point of com-  inonmiiiioiit and mintalnliiirHOuorcMiiioroor  lot*,  Ai.i'iuci) HisciAKHtitriid) AppUoant.  ���������IAMKH KlSHKU, AgOUL  Date February lit, mi.  Nelson Land Pistrlut���������District of Went  Kootenay,  Tako notico that I, n. h. i'latt, of Hossland,  B.C., occupation Jionsokeener, Intend to apply for permission to pure mmo tlio following  described lands*-  Commonclng ut a post plantod about ten  (10) chulns Wost of the Northeast corner ot  Lot8174, being.the Southwest comer, thenoo  running North 40 chatnt.Kuat. go c|intns,HoUth  lo chaliiH and West no cluuns to point or com-  monoomout and containing iMO acres more or  losn. Locutod this lutli clay u| January, 1011.  NK'iTlic 11. 1'TjAit, Applloaut.  .1AM1CH I'tUUlCH, Agont,  Dnto January 18, It'll,  JMolson Land J.'l������t riot���������District or Wuit  Konienny.  Tako notioo tluit 1, Oliver J. Long, of Bpo-  kaiio, Wash., oooupatlon Coiuriioiur, Intond  to upply for purmlkslon to purchase the following dtBorlbcd inudu:-    .....  Commencing ut a.post planted about one  (11 mllo lu a Northorly, direction from the  ;\orthwoHt cornor of L^t.Wftund about io  chimin West of West Bunk of MpHcmlto Creole,  tliouop Nortb HOahaliiH.Uionco Woflt BOohalus,  thonoo Houth HO chulns, Miouoe JOaNt 8V olmins  to point of cowmopcemont and oontutnlug  oio aoruH moro or .John. ���������    _ , >      ...  ��������� o mvku a, Lon������, AppUoant,  Dato Fobruary H, 1PJ1.  Nolson Lnnd Dlstvlct���������Plstrlct of Wost  Kootoiiay,  Tako notico tliatLBftrnnol W. Italetori.or  narriwonblirg. V|r������lnl|i., oimupiitlon I'lmtog-  nipl or, intond to itjipiy lor Vwrminloi*  to  pu'r h iH������ tlio fo lowlfig iluMorlblid lundHi.  1 commonolng utn imstjunmml adjacont to  tho MontliWOHt cornor of' Lot 8UH,nolnK tho  H.ll. oornor, t lonco nuiulng North HO phulHs,  WoHMO(!iiriinB,w������������Miuso uii������n> imd vkynv  tainitiu liiiil'iici'PM moro or Isun.  UMn,n������'" HAMUKii W. Uai.mtow, Applicant.  .TAMIW li'ISJUUH, AgOllt,  Dat* January 10,1UU.  Nolson liaurt DlHtrlot-DliUlotof Wont  " Kooti'uuy.  Tftlm notion that l.llarry IJrailor.of Kom.  land, Jl.������.i oooupallon Diamond Drlllor, In-  to id to apply for permission to purcliata tho  followingdosDrllioa landB,-  Commonclng ut n post pl.*itio������l about thre������  (ill ItK In a Northorly direction trom th������  KorttVwoit coruer ������ir Lot im, Wfst tttUtm.  oiiito Crook, tlionno eouth hu chains, thonco  West 80 chains,iluiioi* North MO chaliiM.tlicnoo  Knit M> chulan to point of coiiitnciicdiiuint  mid ctmUilniiiK ������.i" ������������������������'������'''��������������� ���������"'*��������� "r ���������������������������"'' ���������  " lUllltV HltAI'KM, Appllt'UUt.  ���������M.MIW KlHIIKIt, Agont,  Dnto fobruary \'i,\������\h  ���������  ���������  ^    Fourth Street  Phone No. 85  ^  ���������  f  The Riverside Nurseries,^.^^  Ib the NEABBST NURSERY to the ORESTON DISTRICT  Stook arrives iu FREBH, HEALTHY CONDITION  For Prioen, eto., write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  Cjteston Lumber  ncturing Co. Ltd.  Complete  ROUGH  DRESSED  Stock   of  and  LUMBER  <-Prompt (Attention Satisfaction Guaranteed  Let us Figure with youon that Building  ������.0. BOX 24  CRESTOJN, B.C  Ring up phono No, 85, Ed. li*. Johnaon  whon you n*e& m oxpericnood plumber. 1  ---"���������"-^I-!r'  vxautumm  iAjLgli������A^

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