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Array vVr������ iXi Ira     >  xY'te"  ^55  l*l*Xm    Sl������* ^-c #  ,4rAt0^y-yy  /"        A   i      .   ,t.  APR  ALL THE NEWS J  of_ the CRESTON ;|  DISTRICT? rl  r      |     "*  Bl  /-.  All. Roads in East and West Kootenay Lead to Creston  T"\ t~^ r~^ '"t~v s~~\. x t T^  *&  *N  lr\.  i%.  '?  /���������*/������!  SENT TO ANY  ADDRESS FOR  ���������2.00 A YEAR  .'! *  3rd Year.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY,  MARCH 31, 1911  SlNGLS  Copies  5&.  TO05E WHO TOIL E  and WITH SUCC1 _   .  WILL BE SATISFIED ONLY WITIjl THE BEST  OVER-HAUL THAT CAN BE MANUFACTURED.  U    AND  it* 8EST  TRaOB H-&BK  AMERICAN STYLE  WORK CLOTHES.  THE/ARE DOUBLE STITCHED THROUGHOUT.  BIG AND GENEROUS (IT TAKES FROM 427044  YARDS TO MAKE A D02EN),HAVE SEVEN POCKETS.  IMPORTED BUCKLES AND BUTTONS THAT WONT  COHE OFF.EtASIIC DETACHABLE SUSPENDERS.ETC  LOOK FOR THE TAN COLORED TRADE MARK ON YOUR OVERAUS.THE LEATHER LABEL.  WE ARE THE AGENTS FOR LEATHER LABEL OVERALLS.  of each garment  with a guarantee  THAT  means something  -.~��������� Pair  If they rip in the seam  within one month, (30  days), of the time they  are oought, or if they do  not give full satisfaction  return them to us, and  we will give a new pair  FREE      *  pure  Creston B. C.  Mill  Cud  Red Man Tries Frenzied Finance as a Short Cut to Wealth.  Tribe Make Amounts Good and Punish Offender.  Hay Wire and Starvation a Substitute for Prison.  ADDITIONAL LOCALS  The Government road work will commence for tbe season on the 1st of April.  The first work to be undertaken will be  the grading of Gurd Avenue, nnd the  erection of the bridge across the ravine,  which will carry the road on to the  gates of the new park, - ~'  Mr. W.JS.Holmes.r who, as announced  iii the Review some weejss ago, contemplates the^ erection ot a country  mansion ,d������ - his . property on Oanyon  Street opposite the home of B|r. W. H  Crawford, i8 expected to arrive in town  this Veok. It is probable, jthafr Mr.  Hohn&Lwilldecide tohave.vhismansion  built bf - concrete blocks throughout  ft which* will be made right on tha spot,  but the ;plu:\s for Bathe are not yet defl-  f * uitel'v accented.  I   , ~,    -^    <���������   "���������������*   Jb..jw^g_- _, -*    ^x: -    -  ^-* ~-z.  1 If you want the best in hats, see our  line of J. B. Stetsons, direct from the  factory.    S. A. Speers.  It is stated chat ngeuts of the Mexican  Revolutionists are recruiting ex-veterans of the Boer War in Vancouver, at  fancy wages, for service with the Insur-  recjos m Mexico.  For Sale or Rent���������Furnished or unfurnished, that most beautiful property  known as "Douglas Villa," which overlooks the Kootenay Valley, including  about 5 jacres of first class fruit land,  also about 9 acres of bench, suitable for  poultry.farming. It is surrounded with  all kinds of shooting, fishing, Moating,  and free grazing. Will sell at a sacrifice, * Also, other fine bloeks of land for  sale. Apply owner, John Darbyshire,  1812 Gladstone Avenne, Victoria, B.O.  Mr. J. Bradley, manager of the Crestou MQat���������,Market, purchased the dwel-  !_ t Uuj^auj*442;i-5'5^diil-propcrty at the head  of Victoria Avsiiiie former!? o^vnsd bv"  M. Derthick, for a snug cash sum.  Mr. Mauricft. Wisler, the sign writer  and painter, left early in the week for  Cranbrook to take up some contracts for  puinting and decorating work in  R.R.Opoliq. y..  The Creston Lumber and Manufacturing Company at Eriokson, contemplates  starting their saw mill up again very  shortly ahd will clean up the material  in the yard whioh will give, them a run  of about a month.  is  ������������������rXyy;;:y--:yiSlWr'~x''y"''y ��������� V: r',  Get your home or store  ire-painted and keep lip  with the times  We are also (expert sign ?'  -and house; clecpratqrSj,,.  Sirdar c^ehue  Mr. O. O. Rodgers has returned from  a business trip to Spokane.  a Just arrived at the Drug Store, a  supply of Services New Book,also sohool  supplies and new books for the loaning  library.  Mr. Harry Leonard is buck in town,  having completed his painting contracts  at Lethbridge.  The K.P.'b are figuring on giving a  grand ball sometime during Easter.  Jacob Smith has commenced the ere>  tiou. of his new busiuess premises on  Wilson Avenue, next to the Review  t>ttloe.,,  .'."!        . ���������' v". v  "V ;''  Seed potatoes for Sale-r-r A few extra  good seed potatoes of-the Bovee and  Manitoba Wonder variety. These aro  fine cooking nil tl keeping potatoes and  lire quite early. Samples'qan be soon at  Mr. S. A.-.Speers store, also at tho CreBton Mercantile Co. Price 83^ cents per  pouud O. P. Wisler.  ��������� ;An unconfirmed rumor is ourront this  woek that the Great Northern Railway  Ib contemplating buildiug a substantial  dopot at the Great Northern.crossing  bolow the town,  Now that spring has arrived it would  bo n good thing to oloan up tho baok  ynrd' boforo au opidomio breaks out. Now  vou spring cleaners, get bnsy,'  I  Mr. R Lamont, the enterprising real  estate dealer, has now completed the  erection of the storehouse on his property, twenty acres, close to town, and has  placed his supplies of powder aud tools  in tbe building pending the commencement of his work of clearing up this  property. It is possible that Mr. Lamont wiil make a trip to the Coast  befove ha proceeds with the stump  blowing, but in the meantime the addition of this nice building has materially  added to the appearance of these holdings.- , Mr. Lamont is now busy making  and planting a large number of new  sign boards, with appropriate advertisements of the possibilities of the Kootenay Valley lands, in which he is interested. , ���������,,.  i-        -���������.. t y  SIrVQtis Wisler has  taken over the  management of the^ Creston-Clotting  House and will hereafter be sole manager of this business. The Creston Clothing House expects to open very shortly  in new premises on Wilson Avenue next  the new bakery and confectioneiy being  erected by Mr. Jacob Smith. .   ,  Robert Laurie contemplates moving  to Oalgary at once. He says that Calgary is a veritable vortex of business  activity and he expeots to do well there.  Mr. Geo. Laurie, who went to Calgary  last year, iB reported to be making  things go some.  'The Review understands that the  Government has finally aooep.ted the  resignation of J. K. Johnson as Magistrate at Croston under ������yho circumstances  detailed in our laat week's issue,  ���������A large drove of oattle aoopmpaniod  by their Indian owners and with Luke  driving' a load of fodder,; passed the  Review Oflice enroute for Oranbrook on  Tuesday afternoon last. The crowd  was followed'by a number of Vhe sport-  ative dogs for whioh Croston is famous,  W. K. Gunn has accepted a position  of timekeeper with the C. P. R.A land  olearing department under E. Mallan-  dalno and left for Oranbrook on Monday  lastj, vYa ������������������   ''���������"'        '"��������� ' ������������������'''"'���������.  Toiiey Maribolli, brother of Alert.  Maribolli, wha has spent tin? paR<f  wlntei- at hiB ol^ ho>;no iu^S^py ][taly,  will sail for America \n tVUe coxly part of  April ami wUl likely roncl*. Croston  tovvtvvda the ond of noxt month.  Joe Gpodman, a Oreston Indian, has  been creating quite a sensation among  the members of his tribe as weU as  among the residents of Port Hill the  past teyr days. It seems that Joe, who  is a bright young Indian about 21 years  of aee and who waB educated at the  Mission at Oreston, last Friday forged  the name of Father Beck to a $72 check  whioh he cashed at McOlure's store nt  Port Bill. This check was drawn on  a Spokane bank. He had another check  drawn, in the name of Glenn Wisler of  Oreston. for $162 which he tried ' o cash  an the store of' H. A. French at Port  Hill. When in Port Hill the young Indian told various stories, one to the  effect that he had a few days before had  a prize fight with j oung Wisler of Cres  ton and he, Joe, had won the gate receipts of $162.  Provincial Constable Gunn went to  Port Hill to inquire into the case for  while the crime was committed across  the lino he thought that possibly he  might obtain some evidence that might  be of rise to him' should a prosecution  later on be started on the Canadian side.  However Mr. McOiure doeB not want to  prosecute the case on either side of the  line as the Indians have agreed to refund the, money. The Indians will  however hold the offending red man a  prisoner and will punish him according  to the rules of  tribe.   It i<3 stated  that the punishment that the young  Indian will receive at the hands of his  own people will be that he will be tied  up with hay wire and left without food  for several days. Young Joe Goodman  heretofore has had a good reputation,  among his own people and his actions  in forging these ohecks has created great  consternation, among the -pecpi������ of his  tribe, who/ are nows compelled to come  forward arid make pood the niQuey he  had spenr'id Crescou and Grauuirfuk  Constable Gnnn informed the Indians  that should Joe Goodman be found  guilty of any other offenses in the near  future, tbis forgery case might be  brought up against him in addition to  any other offenses that he might be  charged with.  land in the whole of the Creston Valley,  owned by Messrs. G. and E. Oartwright  Of thia area fifteen aores have been  clearedand planted partly with potatoes  whilst 1100 frnit trees have also been  put in. The owners are proceeding io  clear up further acreage here, but clearing operations were temporarily suspended and on our arrival we fouad all  hands busy with ths important work cf  spraying the trees. This property v?ss  purchased by the present o .vners from  the Dan Babbit estate, since which time,  thanks to the energy displayed by the  new proprietors in clearing and improving same, the land has increased in  value some 200 per cent. The land  around Erickson is of the highest quality, being a deep rioh loamy soil, and the  Oartwright Ranch is a very valuable  property.  The district around Erickson has been  chosen by many of the more recent settlers in the Creston Valley as a location  for homes, and a typical new comer is  Mr. W. H. Kemp, who last year purchased some 22 acres, distant about half  a mile from the railway. Mr. Kemp  lired for many years on the prairie, but  he became tired of the bitter winters of  the Great Northwest and decided to  seek home and fortune in the famous  fruit country, and glorious climate, of  the Creston District.  Having installed his family in the  neat white house on his new property,  he at once oommenoed to dear up the  land, and has now 7 aores in good nhape  and ready for planting. 3 acres of this  are already under trees and Mr. Kemp  is arranging to ^anc out the remainder  with* Jonathan.   Wealthy and Spitzea-  thia garden ot Eden, Mr. Kemp has laid  well and truly the foundations of hi *  future prosperity, and in the years to  come, as the plans of the owner ore  realized, the Kemp home wiii take ite  place among the many beautiful country  mansions of the Creston District.  (To be continued)  Around the  Aoro nwrfclAa  IIMMUU  Daring ihe interval whilst  these are coming to the producing  stage, hetwill look for his profits t > care-  oucunibers. > MrVKemp has found the  climate and conditions at Greston admirably suited to the industry in whioh  he is engaged, and indeed ������o firm is his  faith in the iu tare ofthe fruit sndnstry,  that he has been instrumental in inducing several of his friends to take np land  in the vioinjty of Eriokson, and expeots  tbat ethers will shortly be following  their example,   By wise investment in  NO DANGER CF APPLE GLUT  The planting of apple orchards continues throughout the country, especially here in the if rigated west and only  the other day we were told of a Colorado Springs concern %��������� at is arranging to  pat est 13,000 trees en SCO asms ia San  Joan county, New Mexico, in the  spring time, says "Field aad Farm."  Years of continued high prices, netting  fortunes to the owners of producing  orchards and a good deal of hot aw land  boom has stimulated the plaaeing cf  apple tress- Thousands ef asrsa of aev,r  orchards are ooming into bearing every  year and likewise quite as many trees  SS0 falling into decay or are dag cat iu  the east so that the law of corapviisatioii.  keeps steadily on the job. Anxiety has-  been expressed that this enormous sadden expansion may produce a surplus of  apples and make the industry unprofitable. There are a number of reasons-  why this is a most unlikely contingeaor.  One is that only in exceptional seasons-  is a full orop grotf������ sh?cashc������t ths  United States. If this shonld happen,  it wonld effect that one year ouly. Another reason iB the continually expanding market. Every year tha peoplo  indulge more and more in tho luxuries  of life. Fruit, sugar and similiar commodities were luxuries, but a few years  ago in thousands of homes where they  are now necessities. Oor continually  ���������growing population serves to still farther inorease onr capacity for consumption. There are foreign markets as yet  untouched. Apples, such as grow here  in the5 west oost fifteen cents apiece in  the oity of Mexico,-aad a franc in Paris,,  and are seldom to be had at that prise.,  Writing of their success, hundreds bf  fruit growers, whose sales ars largely  local, cite instances where very niggardly buyers have bean transfos^aed into  lavish buyers by persistent offerings of  the choicest fruit.says "Canada Weekly  Frnit Grower." V Take this homo to  yourself and ponder on it as ���������sugges- -  rion for inortnwag jest o'sra profits,  remembering always how1 a������!s,?grs������tsr *  your own craving, is for loscions, welv  THERE'S A CHIEL AMONG YOU  T/WI.NQ NQT������������������( AND FAITH  HE'LL PRINT 'EM,  (Continued from last freek)  After saying gopdby to the Dnperry  Ranch and its energetic proprietor, we  kept -along the Erickson road, and driving through the Creston Lumber Company's yard with its pileB of out lumber,  drew up at tho Eriokson Hotel.   ,  Close to the hotol, and running on  onoh side of the O.P.R. parallel to the  high road, is o fine property consisting  of about 71 aores of the choioeat frnit  -I'^-JU-JlJ   J-fcv.. -  nww������������,-?,-Wpa9^������;J������A.r*  than for. tasteless, * carelessly selected  and shiftlessly grown frnit that actually -  offends the taste. The habit of eating  fruit will certainly develop tp a family  or community if the grower, dealer or  marketer persistently and regularly offers,  the kinds that "taste like more."  ,T; H. Hyde oi Sriekson made * business trip out of town on Wednesday  last.  rAAAAAAAAAslkAAAAAAAAAAsaAAi  ��������� WV WW WW WW WW w w w www  \cMrs* Helena Garrett I  Ladies' and  s  Cosfamuer  Costumes  .   ' .Y.'r---'.'V  tits  r  vyA,  Waists Novelties and Underwear of all Descriptions  Terms SNtodtrnU Wctortd Avenue, Opposite Methodist Church  ������������������t ������������������������������������������������������o* ���������*������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������* ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������j  r <A tfew Sefected  for Sale  Also Suits made to measure any style on short notice.  Cleaning* Pressing arid Repairing a Specialty.  Telephone Number 84  YAHK NOTES  Ttoooo days Yahk Is frequently visited  by slight flnrroyfl of snow, thp romnents  of tho passing winter.  Mr B, Mnllandalno paid a visit of tn-  upootlou io Yahk this week, with a view  to slalng up tho situation. Ho anticipates making sales on behalf of tho  O.P.R. of soveral blocks of land whioh  tho oompany bavo partly olsarod and in  v<ivy oiitliUHii\������tio about tho fnturo of  Ynlik.  Mr. Riley is contemplating enlarging  his hotel.  Tho King Lumber Oompany is making  rauid hoad wny with tho aonntrnotion of  thoir logging roads. Thoy oxpoob to  havo tho ougiuo horo in a few days  Thoy have a big bunch of first olass logs  ro'idy for hauling. It in the intontlon  of tbo company to uso a dotilgoy logging  englu. thin uanunur for'skidding logs.  -r^o snow iu tho foothills is moltlns  ������ We have a full line of the'above!-" Oiir Enamel  * wares for the House or Camp are the best Quality  ^     "  ' ' '" ' "' m:y ���������! ���������   - ,,.���������     ; ���������   ��������� ������������������ i ���������h.iii. 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I  1  p  Ito  W-  mm  THE   CEESTON;    B.C.,    REVIEW,  QLD TIME RAILROADING  Versatile m.p'S.  TRIALS OF THE DAYS WHEN THE  ENGINES BURNED VV'GmP.  They Used to Dig Peat for Fuei at  Montreal���������Veteran Engineer Tells  of Early Life on the Old Great  Westerh'���������r A Man Never Knew  When ; He. Would Be Back���������Anything Was' Liable to Happen.  In spite of whito hairs and snowy  moustache.] hia veyes f shone clear, and  ieen as in the days when on their  ceaseless vigilance depended the lives  of scores of passengers. As he reminisced to a reporter a far-away look  -came into those once watchful orbs.  and the old engineer imagined him-  .self as of yore, back at the throttle,  gazing out of the cab window at the  -twin ribbons of steel along whose  ������hining course the locomotive would  irush quivering like a living thing.  "Railroading. Ah! It has changed  is whole lot since I first started into  '������it as a call boy over half a century  ago in England. I got my first en-  jgine when I was only nineteen years  old." said the veteran with pardon-  table pride. "Then, soon afterwards.  'I emigrated to this country and joiri-  ���������ed the Grahd Trunk. There was no  istarting in as fireman in those days  ���������and working yourself up to engineer  as they do now. . No, sir, leastways  on the old Great Western. A man  had to know all about it before ever  the officials would allow him to take  a tram out.-  "They burnt peat in those days run-  ���������ning out of Montreal. That was back .  in '09," said the old railroader. "Some  of the officials had got hold of the  !big peat bogs around about the city,  iand they sold it to the oompany, and  tthe dirty stuff.was handed put to. us  ito fire with. Leaving St. Lambert,  'we had our tenders to load up with"  (this muddy fuel; but it didn't last  long.' You can bet the firemen knew  Iiow to get rid of it in a Jsurry. for  just as soon as the tender got partly  jempty we could load on coird wood.  'Ton should have seen the way they J  stamped that peat out by the car; '  load.    It lay so thick in places along j  Members of British  blouse Who Can  Write  and  Draw.  British lawmakers have included  men of almost every calling, from,  manufacturers to miners, and from,  barristers to "bruisers"; but iweyscaa:  the lists in vein to find a pain^ertor-!-  poet of any note. Literature hasV at  present many worthy pTose representatives; but a wooer of the Muse of  poetry is as rare as a black swan or  ��������� knight of brush and palette, y y  In ' locking through Vthe House- of  Commons lists 'foxy tho ��������� last twenty  years it, is difficult --fto; find half a  dozen membefg who Hy any stretch  of courtesy eould be dubbed painters;  and of the half dozen there are no!  more than three who might have,  made a name in art.  If Sir Herbert Maxwell had not  been heir to a title and large estates  there is little doubt that he would  have been more famous to-day by his  brush than by his clever pen. Forty  years ago he was one of the most  diligent and promising students at  South Kensington; f<5r seven years he  worked as hard at his painting, both  in oil and water color, as ii his living  depended on his skill; and many of  his canvases, chiefly landscapes, have  found places of honor on the walls  of the Scottish Academy.  .Sir Herbert's art covers a wido  range,    from     cartoons     worthy    of  SECRETS OF THE MINT  IS QUITE A DULL, SOBER PLACE  AFTER ALL.  Place Where Britain's Loose Change  Is Coined Is Not a Glittering Tineas.  ure-House, But .n Plain Whitewash,  ed Interior Where Everything Is  VDoneVlh the Most Orderly Manner  ���������Weighing the  Coins.  A visit to the British Mint resulted  in disillusionment to a representative  of The London Express. The walls of  what he had in imagination pictured  aa a ������ort of Aladdin's palace he found  veiled with the whitewash of respectability, their dull, grey stone giving  no hint of the millions t..ey enshrine.  Childhood's idea of : the Mint workman, gloating over glistening gvihl,  with difficulty restraining his hand.-  ���������from -...ing his pockets with the  "saint-seducing" metal, proved a ridiculous dream. It was a case where  familiarity breeds contempt.  You  start  with  the  mennig. rcoms  ���������one  for  gold,   one  for   silver.    Tno  process  is very  similar ia  each.    In  _ ! the silver nielting room stands'a r?d-  Punch and book illustrations in black hot crucible of plumbago. Workmen  and white to portraits and landscapes j clad in leathern gauntlets and aprons  painted all over Europe; and all of it j hover amid th������ - fitful glare. Snowers  is excellent. In his younger days he | oi sparks scintillate,  traveled thousands of miles in pur- j The molten silver is tipped from the  suit of his art, and he tells remark-   crucible into steel moulds some twea-  Sir William Van Homev  on Reciprocity  Writes   Following  Letter    Expressing  His    Views on Reciprocity Agreement  Between   U. S.VA;  and   Canada V A-   . y  oompany  the right of. way. that th  -sent about special trains  it up.   .���������   ;   '��������� |  "Well, one fine day, jiist abox������t xhc'\  <time that every fireman on the road ���������  'had got -good and, sick of the dirty. I  ������rmnbly stuffA which was just a mes:*  composed of .mud and grass roots cut  into little������������������'' square-like bricks, some  fellow on a locomotive threw a piece  <jf blazing: cotton waste right into the  big stack where over a thousand ton*  of peat were stacked. The whole  thing caught fire. There was an  ���������awful blaze, and the windows of pas*-  ling cars were-cracked by the heat.  IBut that was the end of our troubfea.  iNo more peat was used, on the Grand r  Ttrunk. .'������������������'������������������������������������'""���������  It was"1 well oh into the seventies  hetorS. ��������� Canadian locomotives began  using coai to any extent. The years  "73 and '74 saw Its introduction, but  oi was not until about 'SO that it earns?  anto general use. Before that the  <nmbrous looking old wood-burner9  familiar oniy to the present generation from pictures, lugged the trains  ot box-like cars.  'Those wood-burners were all  icmokestack. and' thpy were a terror  ���������for puffing out hot cinders." said the  sold man. "That's why the Government mnde them put on those wire  ���������bonnets on top of the stacks. But  they were very serviceable little engines, too. though they only weighed  thirty-five tons. In those days each  engineer had to look after his own  locomotive and try; and- .keep it in  repair.' He? would get down out of the  cab and tighten up n nut or adjust a  bearing, and generally keep his eve  on the whole machine. You didn't  mee ony hammer marks on the wheels  in those dnya. If the1 big drivers  ���������bowed the least dint you, can bet  the engineer would hear nbout St.. We  were provided with lead hammers to  do our testing, so/that we wouldn't  nark things.,  "How did you oyer manage in the  days before the air-brake was invented?" asked the reporter.  "Oh, we did well enough. The engineer knew his crew, and .when ho  whistled 'on brakes,' the boys were  all ori the job. It certainly Bcems.  pretty crude compared with what we  have nowadays���������the running along  over the tops .,of moving cars,j, and  the twisting and turning of the old  'Armstrong' brakes on the platforms,  but we seemed to get along with it.  "And let me tell you," snid the old  man, "up to the time of the Groat  Western's amalgamation with! the  Grand.Trunk, in '80; wo hadn't Had  a single rear-end collipion on my  division���������St. Thomas to the Falls  and Buffalo. And there was lots of  freight- traffle over thnt line then,  too. Thnt was the great stoek route  from the American west. In those  days there were big herds of cattle  en the plains, and hundred** of train  loads used "to pan's ; through from  Detroit east."  Biit.if collisions were'1 few, aeci-  dents of . other 'rinds there wore  a-plenty. "The St.: Thomas division  was built in the early seventies,"  ���������aid my informant, "ond tho rond  was a sure enough rough one thon.  There was something running off the  track all tho time. It 'waft only xiRcd  for freight'in the beginning; nnd I  ean toll.you we freight crews hnd our  own time of it.  *A man starting out   never   knew  able stories of his adventures, not tho  least unpleasant of them being the  story of his arrest as a spy whan  sketching outside the ramparts of  Strasburg, and being taken through  the streets followed by a howling,  stone-throwing mob of Germans^  Another clever artist M.P. ' waa  Lord Granby (now Duke of Rutland), who has an enormous collecr  tion of pictures of every conceivable  kind, painted as far apart as Khartoum and Canada. Lord Granby began to study art as a very small boy  in knickerbockers, his teacher being  Mr. J. C. Schetky, marine painter in j an incn.  ordinary to Queen Victoria, who, he j Flopping,  savs "-"l^tnie to draw marine subjects almost exclusively, and took  infinite pains to initiate me into th������  to gather j luystrr:"- oi rinsing and nautical mat-  ' ters of the like nature." So industrious and gifted was the youthful  student that some of his best canvases, notablv "A Newfoundland Cod j  Boat Among 'icebergs'* and "A Fishing Boat," might well have made him  a  Roval  Academician  ty inches long. Those are placed up-  right in a frame, which resembles an  ugly and utilitarian umbrella stand.  When hardened the silver��������� looking  like bars of chocolate done up in  dirty silver paper���������is removed. Each  bar weighs some i& pounds.  The rolling-rooms comes next. Metal  is ,rolled out in long "fillets." each to  the exact thickness of the coin ft is  destined to make- The thickue jS of  each is equalized throughout its entire length. Drawn through two accurately adjusted rollers, it does uxt  vary   by   the   ten-thousandth   part  of  But. few as M.P. artists are, they  are more numerous than legislative  poets, the best of whom would scaree-  lv call himself more than a stringer  of rhymes. The late Sir George Tre-  velyan wrote many very clever and  amusing verses, notably a fragment  after the manner of an. old Athenian  comedv. entitled "The Ladies in Parliament"; while that late king cf  good fellows. Sir William-Allan, was  far fonder of writing verses in his  beloved Scots dialect than he was cf  making speeches.  Mr. Timothy Sullivan, for ten years  an Irish member, produced hundreds  of poems, pleasant and musical, including a volume of prison poems,  written in Tullamore jail. And was  there ever a more amusing and modest versifier than &f "Wilfrid Lawson,  juggler in jingles and quips, whose  last volume, "Cartoons in Rhyme  and Line," "gave infinite delight to  his many friends, and was dedicated  to "the best of wives from the worst  of poets"?  . Birds of Great Price.  The British working-man has done  mbreAtHanA any other class to evoive  and perfect the varied types of the  canary. The largest specimens barely exceed one ounce in weight, yet  one breeder obtained $150 and $.?50  respectively for pairs of birds matched for breeding, which, in the latter  case, assuming the birds to, average  one ounce each in . weight, would  amount to $175 per ounce for live  canaries. Here one might ^think the  climax "\Wtts  reached.   Not  ?o!  This sum had been exactly doubled  previously by a Norwich firmjof breeders and dealers who disposed of a remarkably fine-crested canary, universally admitted the best of the breed  ever produced up to that time, tor  . $350. Tho same flrm bought another  notable crested canary for $100 from  a workingman fancier who had only  been; in the fancy a short time.  Perhaps one of the keenest speculations in bird-breeding was that of a  fancier who bought a Lancashire hen  canary for thirty shillings, and from  her bred several hundreds of pounds  worth of high-class crests.  Not Popular In England.  While the United Kingdom imported  363,000,000 pounds of opplea, worth  $10,654,000, in 1910, the imports of  tho dried fruit, is a negligible quantity.  Apples aro not dried in Great Britain, and. tho British consumer docs  not use thom to any extent. The  dried apples which find their way into  the London market come from tho  United States and Canada, and aro  sold to cheap boarding houses, low-  priced hotels and to firms dealing  in ship'B stores. Ono dealer in this  commodity suggests that in on ordinary year London imports 60,000 to  00,000 boxes of dried applet at $0 to  $0.75 per box. The year just closed,  however, has been far below tho average in this trado, and tho imports  into London nre estimated at 10,000 to  just when he wn? goinp to pn bark. ! 30,000"buses at a price much in ex  Onco I was a whole week making the ��������� cons ol the average given.  round trip. Jun think of it. St.  Thomas to the Falls and hack, seven  days. There were live crewn tied up  all nssr ench other for over n dny.  We hadn't any provision** witli u*,  ���������nd had n hard time foraging for  fond at* ono of the |V������w sfttlfru'  hou*M in the vicinity. Twenty bun.  gry mon finally deserted their trninn  ���������nd went ov*-r in n body in n fnrnn-r'-  IiUce. We were nenrly starved, he.  nir a good day vnnd a half without  food/and T can tell ynu the porli nml  ���������potatoes that farmer Met out for uh  fairly melted sway when our gu������K  Cot after them."  Asqulth's Clever Wife.  Mm. Astiuith wus always something  ���������f n scholar.   Prof. Jowott of Oxford  counU'd It a privilftgo to talk with her  on mnttorn which could only i������tor.?Bt  tho greatoht scholars in l$uropo. Tad-  crowrtkl know her as a musician who  hnd   mrtitored   both  tho ��������� theory   ond  , nrnetiee   of  harmony;   whilst   in   tho  t world of politics Mr. Gladstone would  chat by the hour with, this Scottish  vititoi  of bin, who was privileged to  pass in and out of his study at Ita*  warden when no one else would von-  tore to cro������������ the. Jthroihol4<    *  wobbling, clashing on  every side are fillets of gold���������-22 carat  gold. They are countless, arid thay al!  look just like the long brass sluts --that  are used for beds or brass band.-  meant to support, a muslin windi.v-  blind. and very unt>olished at ihut.  Each one is worth $15,0CO.  These fillets are passed thro-gh a  little machine, which punches out circular discs at the rate of 150 a minute. The discs must next be furnis i-  ed with a projecting rim, and the still  brighter bit of mechanism which attends to this splits them out at t.:e  rate of 900 a minute.  These discs are too hard to be  stamped: They must first be annealed or softened. ; They are placed in  closed cases, not unlike the inte.-kr  of a coal-box. Each of these is fixed  to a rung oi a strong iron endless  1 ladder. Slowly the ladder travels  down into a bath of water, passes beneath the water right tnrough tne  heart of a glowing furnace and the  discs arise, softehed and subdued;  through water at the other end.  A heap of dirty yellow counters lies  in each case, or-, they .might be the  flat chocolates that you buy neat y  done up in bronze paper! Ench bo<  happens to contain, say $14,010, but  it is difficult to be enthusiastic about  it. It looks so little like what you  expect $14,000 to bey Xy  . The discs are dried iri .sawdust, and  each $14,000 is neatly, placed in a sack.  If you try to lift one they will impress you: for the, first timfe: Tne  little chocolates area good deal heavier than they look ���������over 50 pounds,  for 935 sovereigns weigh exact.y aj  pounds.  Even were it not for the elaborate  weighing arrangements which ensure  that exactly the same weight of metal  sent out passes' through each department, to return as finished money, it  is evident that shoplifting is not a  pastime to be indulged in with impunity at the, .Mint.   ,.  You pass into a room where twenty  presses worked by electricity, whizz  and whirr; there 19 a distracting jangle of foiling coin. Hungry nnd insatiable machines consume the unassuming littlo discs���������aa many as 120  4. minute; they glide down a tube,  one after another/and halt for a second at tho fatal spot���������tho obverse  dio, which is on the flat; the reverse  comes down with great pressure���������  both impressions aro thus takon at  once^���������and *��������� the collar of the die. is  grooved so that the expansion of the  metal forces its edge into this groove,  and thus produces tho milling ��������� a  throe-fold operation at ono blow.  Like* Jupiter, who transformed him-  Belf into, a sbpwor of cold to win  Danae. tho modest discs go up by  leaps and bounds in your estimation  as thoy gush forth into a bowl on  the ground; thoy oro sovereigns at  last���������gold, "bright and yellow, hard  and cold." They clink and glisten. In  bowls on every side, and on each  ;g1oa������iB a portrait of King George V.,  tho head turned to the left.  It is porhripB a wiso guide who bur-  rios yotj. on boforo you hnvo time to  rcalico the. fact   that   you   aro   sur-  ��������� rounded by millions.  Behind a glass partition in tho following room sits a young man  who  seems to have bo little to do that ho  whilos  away  the   time  by   spinning  coins in tho air.    But thnt  Ib whnt  ho is paid for.    Ho it* tho "r'.ngor,"  and, allowing each coin to fall on a  steel slab, ho detects hy tho ring any  cracked or flawed coinn.  ;   The greatest marvel of the Mint���������  qulot,   unacnsa^ional,'   but   none   the.  less   marvollous  for   that���������is   yot  to  como.   Tbe most dolieiito operation of  all   in   performed   in   the   weighing-  room.    Here   are   twelve   machines,  eseh ooHting $1,350, so sensitive that  ,������uch   is protected   by   tho   slightest  i draught by  a slass ������ase.   They  ara  driven by an air-engine actuated by a  motor.  i   At one end of a beam hangs n glass  dlurt thnt Is nn nearly as possible* the  exact weight of a uuvoreign; at tho  othor is  a. hooked  pendulum  whoso  inwing in limited to tho thickm-H* ol  ithree sovcreigns.  Those of corroct weight d">P* through  ��������� slot into tho middle drawer.  subject of reciprocity���������a dignified attitude which was assumed AafterA repeated snubs. We have been Ytold  that if there was anything more to be  said about reciprocity it must be said.  at Ottawa. But at the first sign from  Washington we have seen Canada's  representatives hurrying there V. and  Sir,���������I regret that, having to leave without consultation with one of our  for England on Thursday I shall hot j-business" yinterests, and A apparently  be able to attend the meeting of the i without consultation with their col-  Anti-Reciprocity League nextV week, J leagues, hastily assenting , to terms  and to give my views in person on vitally affecting our vast and compli-  the question of reciprocity. What I icated trade and commerce, arid per-  have to say on the subject has no re- haPS involving our political future,  ference to party politics (for I have  nothing to do with politics), nor to  any particular interests. I speak  only as an individual, who for the  past thirty years has' been working  heart and soul for the upbuilding of  this country, and one to whom the  great development of the past two decades has been a source of immense  pride and satisfaction. Y  To my nmuxement and distress and  shame I now sec the magnificent work  of  a  generation  traded   away  for    a  vague idea or a childish sentiment���������  the   splendid  commercial   and   industrial  position  we have  reached    and  our \!rroud independence bartered .*or  a few wormy plums, and 1 \feel it my  duty to join  in the protest which  is  heard from every section of the country.   Today   we   are   in   an   enviable  position, with a commerce three times  ns grout per capita as that of the United   States,   and  without  a   cloud   in  our sky save the one which has just  now been raised.   Does not common-  sense  tell  us  to  stay   where we ��������� arc  and let well enough alone?  Was Heavy Blow  The terminiation of the old reciprocity    arrangement    by    the    United  States  in  1886 was .a heavy blow to  Canada, and the fourteen years which  followed  were full  of trials and  despondency,  for    Canada then had no  west;   she  was  thrown  back  on  her  self by the Great Lakes, and she had  not in herself a great market for the  support of any    manufacturing    concern  of  any  consequences.   She    cut  her trees, and lived as best she could:  During    these    years    annexationists  were bred of hopelessness and many  good and honest people urged annexation as the only future open to   the  country.    Then came, in 1879, our national   policy,   and  factory   chimneys  began to appear above our tree tops  and  their number rapidly increased;  and then came the Canadian Pacific  railway'opening  up   our  great  west,  and from that time Canada advanced  by leaps and bounds.  The United States by the McKin-  ley tariff added brick upon brick to  her wall against us, but Canada prospered more and more. She was beginning- to find herself. Then came  the Dingley tariff, which crowned the  United States tariff wall with broken  crlpca     V*p+*-lac     orifl     ViorViorl     wire"      ortrl  then Canada quite found herself.  Hear what Senator . Beveridge, the  chief mouthpiece of the administration at Washington in the reciprocity  matter, says about this policy of his  government: "Not the Bourbons A of  Fraiice in the time of Louis XVI., not  the Tories of England in the period  of George III. ever insisted on a poi-  10CT0RS TEH  M DISEASES  v?  Serious   Consequences  A I refuse to believe that our honored  premier was a willing party tb what  has been dene; but whether he -"was or  was not, the certain .consequences to  the country are so serious as to quite  overshadow all personal .considerations and these consequences sbould  be averted somehow. Anyhow, the  well-being of the country and its self-  respect are at stake, und the shameful thing that is proposed is surely  against the wishes of four-fifths of its  people, and I doubt if it VwbuldYil  clearly understood, find a dozen supporters in the dominion. It is perhaps not possible to make a tariff  cjuite satisfactory to every community, every interest and every individual, but rightly considered, bur tariff  has come pretty near to this. Some  of the furmers in the Canadian north  west want reciprocity in the hope  that it will bring them better prices  for wheat and cheaper agricultural  implements. It will do neither to  any   appreciable   extent.  They should remember that our tariff wall has made them prosperous.  They have only to compare our exports of wheat and flour to foreign  markets with our total production of  wheat to realize the extent and value  of this home market. And as regards- to agricultural implements they  have only to compare the prices paid i  imrh*diately south of the boundary to  see that in most cases the American  manufacturer pays the duty and the  extra freight; and he dan do this because the cost of his works is only a  fraction of what the farmers pay.  nearly all the rest going to profit arid  to that of the middle man. Reducing the tariff will not cheapen the  implements; it will only add to the  American manufacturers* profit. But  if a comparison. is made with the  selling prices-south of the boundary  cash prices should be compared with  cash and not cash with credit prices.  Gain Very Slight  We are told that some farmers in  the maritime provinces favbr;<r-reci-  proeity in the expectation that it: will  bring better prices for their potatoes  and apples. All the possible gain in  that way may' be easily known by  looking at the prevailing pricesy of  these     things    in    the New England  One says, <4J have Great Faith ir*  Cuticura Remedies." Another,.  "They Always Bring Results."  "I wish to let you know of a couple of  recent cures which I h&vs made by tha iistr  of the Cuticura Remedies. Last August, Mr.  ������������������of this city caine to my office, troubled-  with a severe skin eruption. At firtt I coulti  not understand the nature of the case. X  flnaiiy traced it to hw occupation, as he was a-  painter and decorator. It was dermatitis it*  Its woratform. It started with a slight eruption and would affect most parte of his body���������  thighs, elbows, cheat, back and abdomen ���������  find would terminate In little pustules. - The.  tching and burning was dreadful and h*  Wouid almost tear His:sicin sp&rt. trying to*  ?et relief, ,1 recommended all the various  reatmenui I could think of and he spent  about fifteen dollars: on prescriptions but-  Bcihin? seemed to helo him.  "In the meantime my wife who was continually suffering with a. slight skin troublo-  and who had been trying different prescriptions and methods with my assistance, tola  sae she Wfsa going to set some.of tbe Cuticura-  Bemedies.  But as I did not know much about-  Cuticura at that time I waa doubtful whether*  *t would help .her. , Her skin would-thicken,  breSk- and ;'6leed. ''.especially on ths finders,  wrists and arms.dHl;could do nothing to relieve her permanently.   When she first applied the warm baths of Cuticura Soap ana  applications of Cuticura Ointment eho saw  s. decided improveraent and in a few days-*  ahe was completely cured.  "I lost no time in recommending the Cuti*  cura Remedies to Mr. , and this was-  two months ago.   I told him to wash with'  warm baths of the Cuticura Soap and to>  icv so blind sc foolish so ruinous ss  that so-called statesmanship which,  instead of fostering ;a purchasing; market in Canada is maKing Canada a  manufacturing competitor." And hear  Senator Beveridge again: "There must  be reciprocity with Canada. Our  tariff, with the rest of the world does  not apply to our northern neighbor.  That policy already has driven American manufacturers across the Canadian borders, built vast plants with  American capital on Canadian soil,  employing Canadian, workmen to supply  trade.  Keep; Capital at Home  "That capital should be kept a^  home to employ American working-  men to supply Canadian demand. We  should admit Canadian wood pulp  and Canadian paper freo in return for  Canada's admitting agricultural implements , our engines, pumps and  other machinery free. We should  freely admit. Canadian lumber to American planing mills in return for  Canada's freely admitting other American manufacturing products to  Canadian markets. '  "We should have a special' tariff arrangement with thiB intimate neighbor and natural customer. This would  mean millions of dollars profit every  year to Canada's factories. Becipro-  city would mean vast increases in  Canada's purchases from us."  As I said twenty years ago in  speaking of this same subject of reciprocity, it is not necessary that a  small boy should be a school boy to  know what all this means. And if  Indiana, which is a second rate state,  is to gain millions by reciprocity,  what millions must the great manufacturing states gainP and who would  pay all thoBo millions P Canada.  What olsop Tho othor day Mr. Field-  ing, in a cable meHaago to tho Canadian high commissioner in London,  said that for fifty years tho pooplo of  Canada, and both of its political parties had wished for reciprocity. That  was true of tho sixties and seventies,  but it has not been truo since. For  tho paHt twenty years wo havo heard  only an occiiRional whino from some  survivor of Canada's dark ago. Wo  havo hoard nothing for many years  bock of commercial union, reciprocity, and all those fads which grow  from empty pockcta.  Tariff Was Accepted  Tho Liberal party camo into powor  eighteen years ago. Tho tariff was nc  coptod by thom as a national need, It  was improved in many ways and with  groat intolligonco, unci prcforonco wob  given Groat Britain, and our wholo  country applauded and wan oontont.  Thousands of miles of railway wero  built, and our ocean .sicarnships increased by hundreds. Our commorco  and manufactures roaohod a lioight  never boforo dreamod of, Tho government, nud particularly Sir Wilfrid  Laurier and Mr. Fielding, had tho ro-  spact and confldmico ana good will of  everybody, ovon of thoir poll Haul op-  pononts, Now out of a clear sky  comcH Mr. Fiolding, plunging liko  loams into .diirkncHu and threatening  lo tnko uh nil with liim.  Was thorn ovor ������ucli an exhibition  of crawling and cringing uh Cannda'H  reproHentativcf-   havo  just now   given  nt Washington?  Wn hnvo hoard much of tbo dtgnl  bors expect reciprocity to bring    the  prices: down.   On   the     other    hahd,  there "are  easily   reached >arid  ample  markets   for  these   things7 where  the  farmer     of   .Nova    Scotia   and  New  Brunswick may with a little effort secure twice as much as they are now  getting  from  their  potatoes  and   apples, and at the same time .quadruple  the   demand  by   reducing.- ffie Apr ices  one-half to 'the consumer.   TakeyGuba  for instanceA where a barrel of potatoes yielding the Canadian farmer lh  cents reaches the consumer at seven  dollars,  and    so    with    apples.   The  Canadian trade commissioner: at Havana will verify this statement.      Our  farmers   count on ^exporting potatoes  and apples to the United States while  these same things are exported from  the United States to Cuba and    elsewhere.   Ontario  suffered  in her butter, eggs, cheese and such things until the Dingley    tariff    compelled    a  turn to other markets; which proved  to be more profitable. . Aside from the  fisheries,   of   which I   do   not know  enough to speak.   I do    not   believe  there is   any  industry  anywhere    in  Canada that cannot find a way to be  better  off without    reciprocity    than  with   it;   and   with   many   industries  the    question    is a    vital one.   And  even with our codfish, judging from  the prices to consumers in the West  Indies and Central America, it may  be well that we are, as with potatoes  and  apples,  overlooking  what might  easily he  made  our  very  best market.  ���������.*��������� ' .      .     ���������    ���������  ' Cannot Corroct it  Let us not run away with tho idea  that  if  we make  a  mistake  in this  matter of reciprocity we shall be able  to  correct  it  at  pleasure.   We  may  not be permitted to do it.   It should  bo   remembered   that  there  are  suoh  things as vested interests of nations,  which,   real  or   alleged,  are  terribly  binding upon the weaker party. When  Mr. Hill has extended his sovon   or  eight lines of railway into tho Canadian northwest���������linos which bave for  Home years boon  robting their nosesi  on tho boundary lino waiting for. reciprocity or something of tho kind to  warrant them in crossing, and when  othor   American  channels    of    trado  havo  boon  established,  affecting our  territory, and whon tho American mil-  Ion- havo tasted our wheat and    tho  American ' manufaeturora     havo   got  hold of our markets, i������   it   probnblo  that wo Hhnll bo pormittod to recedeP  Not n bit.of  it.   Wo  aro making  a  bed-to lio in nnd dio in.���������Sincerely  yourR,  (Sigpcd)   W.  G.   VAN   IIORNE  and to-day he is completely cured through,  their use. I have great faith in the Cuticura.  Remedies and shall always have a good word,  for them now that I am convinced of their  wonderful merits." (Signed) B. L._Whits~  head, M.D., 108 Dartmoutn St.,, Jooetoa,  Mass.. July 22. 1910. .       a_       ^  As though In confirmation ef this moss*  convincing statement, G. M. Fisher, M.D.,.  Big Pool. Md.. writes: "My face was afflicted  with eczema in thai year 1807. I used the-  Cuticura Remedies and was entirely cured.  I am a practicing physician and very of ten-  prescribe Cuticura- Remedies, in ��������� cases ot  ecrema. and they have ,cured^ where other-  formulas have failed: I am not to the habit-  of endorsing patent medicines, but when I  find remedies possessing true merit, such a������  the Cuticura Remedies, do, I un broad- r  mlndedVenough to "'proclaim their virtues to-  the worldA 1 have been practicing medicine^  for twenty years, and must say 1 find your  .Remedies A No. 1..-.I still And the Cuticura  Remedies as good as ever. They always*  bring results/' ._.  .    ������������������*       . .    ���������  Cuticura Remedies are sold by druggists* '  everywhere.    Potter Drug & Chem. Corp..  Sole Props.. Boston, Mass.   Mailed tree, on  request latest 82-page Cuticura Book ontha<  speedv treatment of skin diseases.  y He Got His  Standing by the entrance of av  large estate in the suburbs in Glasgow are two huge dogs carved out.  of granite. An Englishman going by  ���������iri'- a hack, thought he would have-  some  fun   with   the   Scotch  driver.  "How often, Jock, do they feed)  those two big dogs?"  "Whenever they bark, sir," was-  the vV straight-faced reply. ��������� New  York Times.  'Only One "BKOiwiO viiiNiNE"  That is  LAXATIVE  BROMO QUININE.   Look ior the signature of E. W-  GROVE.     Used   the   World   over   to-  Cure a Cold in One Day.   25c.      *  Miss Dixon���������"No, Mr. Hixon, I do������  no't love you, but I respect you, and  I am sure you will make some excellent woman a most excellent husband."  Mr. Hixon ��������� "Well, won't yW  please give me a letter of recommendation to he wonian?"  Oure  duiokly stopa coughs, enre������ colds, beal������  8ho throat and  lucga. -   ������   ���������  2o o������aia~  Gibbs -r- "What makes you think  thoy had theatres in Pharaoh's-  time?" Dibbs ��������� "Didn't Joseph's  brethren remove him from the family-  circle and put him into the pit?"  Minard's    Liniment   Cures    Dandruff  Excited old lady, (to car driver)���������-  Car Driver, (an Irishman, quite cbn-  fidentially) ��������� "Troth,  madam,    and  how cud  I, on    twenty-one    bob    at  week?"  GREAT TRIALS ON  TRANSCONTINENTAL  ALPHONSE JONELLE TELLS TALC  FILLED   WITH   HUMAN  INTEREST  All   tho  fled nttltiulo ol our govommont on tlio express.  Down With -Eml  Young Lord Fairfax, in a brilliant  aftorrdinnor spooch at tho clubhouse  in Tuxodo, praised woman.  "Down with tho miHopyniHt,' Raid  Lord Fairfax. "Down with that cynical typo of mnlo bra to who uaya with  tho Cornish fisherman:  " 'Wimmons liko pilchards. Whon  Vm'R hnd Vm'd bud, hut when 'em's  good, 'oni's only middlin."  "My husband in just awful whon ho  wants to find anything. You* never  riiw a man throw clothes around tho  way ho dooa." "Whoro did he lcnm  to be so untidy P" "Why, ho wob in  tho Now York custom Iiouho for four  yonra."���������Olovolancl Plain Doalor,  Coliwob dosigns in veils nro not  now,   but  hold  thoir  popularity.  Cold ooWoo may mako tho hoarder  hot.  trains  for  mlHfortuno  run  Hardships attending work brought orj  Kidney Disoases which threotonetf  his llfo���������Dodd'a Kidnoy Pills cured  him." '���������������������������������������������������������������;��������� V;^';    '���������; .���������.+���������.������������������  Chicoutimi VilJo. Ohicoutihilv Co.,  Quo.'v(Spooial),--Tha trialn of those  mon who push tlio groat 4'ailroads*  through tho obHtaojIon, Nature thrustw  In thoir way havo boon proclaimed  in : many a pngo of fiotion. But t\o  Htory over-told is of moro absorbing*  intorcHt or tonchtiH a greater moral  than tho actual experiences ot Al-  phonac'Joncllo, foromnn on tho Trona-  continohtal, and woll known horo.  "I contrnctod Kidnoy DIroobo working on'the Trnnncontinontnl, whero I  am a foromnn," Mr. Jonollo Btntos;  "My skin hnd a hnrsh, dry fooling,  and* it Jtchod and burndcl at night.  I was always tirod. Thon enmo tho-  pringi* of rhonmntiflm, nnd 1 finally  got ho had I could not nttontl to my  work. For fivo years I sufforod, and!  in tho ond Bright's DiHon������o dovolop-  od. Thon I bognn tho ubo of Dodd't?  Kidnoy Pills, 81x boxes cured mo  complf>toly. Dodd's Kidnoy Pills nl-  bo ourod my wife who was suffering:  from Kidney, Disoaso."  From all parts of Canada, nnd ovory  dny, roportu como of Kidnoy Discascr  cured by Dodd's Kidnoy PillH. Thow  jh nov������M' a oiiMi- r<'porl<fd vvlii'io Dodd's-  Kidnoy Pills havo failed. They never  (all. .  W, N. U., No. 837.  aSa*MBWi*lil**:.i* U.+M  ���������'���������^���������^...������������������������mM..+:m'*i<f.p.*>l)l,iiv.\������w,tfrK^ ���������'jXjf^-  %������������:  THE    CRESTON,    B.  C.,    REVIEW.  Ready for me tn any*  .    quantity.  Useful for five  hundred purpoies.  I VA������*n equals 20 lbs.  i   ,, ,e., ...   i*hETM  EYEHXWBME  For Making Soap.  For Softening\Vater.  For Removing Paint.  For Disinfecting  Sinks. Closets?  Drsuu.etc.  Varied  Items of  Interest to the  iCa      ^f ^aHAMallktitll  ���������  oiining   wws^ss ���������"������*��������������������������� *Y������  BULLS.  Any man who prejtends to feel an  interest in his live" stock, should  guard well the health of the bull  which heads his herd.  A sickly, ill-kept and half-starved  Ibull will only give in return a like  bunch of calves.  Good feed, good care and plenty of  exercise are absolutely necessary to  guarantee thrift and vigor to a sire.  One of the quickest and surest ways  to make the herd deteriorate is- to be  lax in attention to your,bull.    ,  Too Easy  "A tradition," explained the teacher,   "is   something    that    has    been  j handed down from father to son. Can  you mention    some    familiar    tradi-  i tion?"  "Yes'm," promptly answered little  Tommy Goodman, "my clothes are  traditions."  "That's too threadbare, Tommy;  you will remain half an hour after  school is dismissed."  COLT   DSSTEi^PEFS  Can bo handled very easily. Tbeslcteareoared, and allothert  In same siublo.no natter now "exposed." kopt from having  tbo disease, by using SPOBK'B LIQuID jilSTiCMPJSK CURE!  In saniestublo.no  tbo disease, by nsli ���������  Give on tbe tongue or in feed.  Acts gn tbe blood and ezpola  "<\ ;>,-,    ������.i>    ������t>-   ������*  germs ot all forms of distemper. Belt remedy ever knows  lor mares In foal. 60c and tl a bottle; |8 and ������11 dozen, <*  druggists and barnoss dealers. Cut shows bow to. ponltice  throats. Onr Zreo Booklet gives evrrytbiae. Largests-"���������  horse remed������_ln existence���������15 years.   IMstributors-  ^.SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. Chemists and Bacteriologists, Qoshert������ Ind., U. S* Ar  '������������������:. 'The-Question  Mazie���������"Why, Argyl, papa would  not raise'his hand to a young man."  Argyl���������"Does he feel the same  about his fee������?"J'  ShifohhCure  autckly clops ,condhs������  cures ������������W������. beau  tha ibmai aad ShbsIs.      -   ���������   ���������      23 caste.  A man-may be working for all he is  worth and not be worth much at  that.  ���������Minard's Liniment for sale  everywhere  "Your new butler seems clumsy."  "For a butler, yes. But he may be a  detective that my wife has engaged.  In that, case, I think he waits on  table fairly well."���������Washington Herald.  No  idle   time on His Hands  "Squire," asked <the visiting friend,  "how do you manage to occupy your  time in this little village?"  The only justice of the peace in  Skedunk leisurely bit off a large  chunk of v plug tobacco and chewed it  in silence a few moments. ,  "Bill," he said, with a judicial solemnity, "I can beat any man in six  counties  pitchin'   horseshoes."  x ,   To Men Who Live .inactive Lives.���������Exercise in the open air is the best tonic for  the stomach .-andv system' generally,... but  there are those who are compelled to follow sedentary occupations and the inactivity tends to restrict the healthy action  of the digestive organs .and-sickness follows. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills regulate  the stomach" and liver and restores  healthy action. It is .wise to have a  packet of the pills always on hand.  BRAIN WOREEmS  who get Httle exercise, feel better all round for.  an occasional dose of  **- ������^������ I'm,  k  ���������   m ���������  Mrs. Crawford���������You can have all  the bread and butter you like but no  more cake.  Willie:���������Say ma, how is it I can  never have a second helping of any  of the things I like?���������Lippincott's.  Famous   British   Admiral.  '^^,_B������ssL-  Hogs.  More than half the hogs raised in  this western country never get the  treat to good clean bedding'. -       ,  Filthy pens with damp hard floors'  are an indication of slovenness on the  part of the owner, and in addition to  this shows very little forethought on  his part.  It is generally thought that the pig  is not a clean animal���������this is a mistake. If given half a chance, the pig  would demonstrate otherwise, and  then too, as far as the farmer was  concerned, he would find he was undoubtedly repaid >, by an increased  price when he took his stock to  market.  You can't always tell how glad a  man may be to see you by the way  he shakes hands.  Many famous persons have testified  to the great value of Zam-Buk, and  amongst the most recent is Admiral  Rodney M. Lloyd. Writing from the  Royal Naval Club, Portsmouth, England, Admiral Lloyd says: /  "I have found Zam-Buk most reliable for healing cuts and abrasions;  while for the relief of skin irritation  it is invaluable.-"  Another famous; user of    Zam-Biik  3L;SX0llV0S  They tone up the liver, move the bowels gently but freely, cleanse the  system and clear the brain. A new, pleasant and reliable laxative, prepared,  by a reliable firm, and worthy of the *JA-DRU-CO Trade Mark.''  25c. a box.   If your druggist has not yet stocked them, send 25c. and  we will mail them.  NATIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL COMPANY  OF CANADA. LIMITED. MONTREAL.   2������  Coal  More  Important      ,  "Edison says some chemist will  presently discover how to manufacture gold."  "What good will that do as long as  nobody finds out how to make hard  coal?"  Complete in itself, Mother Graves'  Worm Exerminator does not require the  assistance of any other medicine to make  it effective. It does not fail to do its  work. '  "Where you goin', Mamie?"  Correspondent, who    supplied    Cana-  I'm  engaged  Ai*.* J;~~.r.-~~   \..n-u    *-u���������;-   Ai. r,A-r.u^r. my former  admirers.  dudnlX^Boefwa^M, leuaamo" ���������\%V %?$** **' ^ **  MttAOf  ktun������i  The Rayo7Lamp Is ablglf grade lamp, aold at a low price*  Thai* ara lanans tbat cost mora, ont thai* ls ao tottar lamp siada at any  prtea. Constructed of goild bmas: airkal pl&tedt-eMiljr kept clean; aa.  arnamant to any room ia any hont*. Thsre is Bottling Known to tha art  af lamp-making that can add to tha t������*o������ of th������ BAVO Lamp aa a light*  .glHne d������7le������.a Svarr dealer ���������wywhere.   If aot at jonrt, writ* ford*>  S������pjpii������������ ������3������?ntar so tils nota^6S| SvoUCT cJ *r ���������  . Tfe������"lni������fflr?Al oil Compmsv, EiimitadL  \  ���������a  Thfi fees*" sgiiiww*'' fncfrnrv fnr nrf������-  during Counter Check Books  in Canada,  s''  . 'v..- ,,Yv  ;'$f'Hfi''J  ��������� 8������ &$���������&&: Af  r-ifa'Oiflces!  Counter  Check  Book  Company,  Limited.  " ONT,  Capacity  /T/b flfhil    Counter  OU. (/(/(/ Check Books  ===== * per Day.  We are supplying tlie Largest users of Counter Check  Books in Canada with our  IMPERIAL BOOKS."  (Not In the Trust.)  APPLEFORD COUNTER  CHECK BOOK  COMPANY, LIMITED.  xr  :������������������  ���������YI  Mj������������y,'  ff'XrxAX  !P$$M<:'A  AXXAA  I!.:;."-* ������"���������.,>"���������'.;���������  I i;'!',:f'���������''���������"''���������'  WHEH IT COMES TO  PAPER BA6SV and  ;; y: -;     'VM ATCltESy ��������� a '.; --  We are   everywhere with the   standard B������>������de.  Paper and Matches are our specialties.    Lst us  ^kirto'w {your wanks~-we'll do the rest.  ���������*W$ljl>X'xX X'A      y .���������"������������������������������������.   ���������:������������������  ���������yxtxi  HULL, CANADA  TEE8 * PER88E, LIMITED, As-ants, Wlnr������������na������  ^nlgiiry, Edmonton,  Rsglna, Fort William and Port Ar hur.  i iiiii) i'     ���������    -���������           ���������"- ������������������ *��������� '*"���������" "* *"-"��������� * ��������� "-"��������� ' * * '"���������" mi"-  ���������ii*.  "Ty  .������  "���������-"iv-...\ ���������* .rA,',;s������i)j%ii y���������,  '������^?*L������"������JW7> J'iiii"tys������":  M  BRUGES SEEDS SATISFY  Estobllshtd 01 Years.  The excellence of our Stocks, which  are carefully testod for purity and  germination, out; long experience and  connection with tho best Grower* ol  tho World, and the groat care exercised In every detail of our business  Is the secret of our success. AU we  ask' is ��������� Trial Order.  SPECIAL OFFER.  We offer the best grade of Onion  Sets as follows:  Dutch Sets, White..  .... 30c quart  Dutch Sets, Yellow,..., .. 26c quart  Top.or Button Onions ., .. 38c quart  Multipliers, English Potato, 30c quart  Multipliers, White Potato,   90c quart  Mutipllers, Shallots.  ..   .. 28c quart  Heaped Measure.   All Post Paid.  ,   Brues's Seeds are Clia������p������������t u*c������nue they mi*������ the best. .  f W������M-Onf h������nilM������m*lr llla������tr������urf llU-nta* c������Ulo������u������ of V������������������tul.l������. farm and Vloww 8m4<, VUata'  Hulha, i'otilir/ HntpliM, uaritan rwplamanu, ������to., lor 1111.    ttmait ror it.  John A. Bruoe & Co., Ltd., Hamilton. Ontario  Himiwmm���������������  Brood  Sows.  Along ahout March and' April each  year the complaints are pretty general with many farmers ahout tough  luck they have had with their brood  sows���������small Titters and a lickly-look-  ing bunch of pigs.  The farmer then realizes his mistake in- not making the proper selection of-his brood sows before the winter began. He also figures that the  sire wasn't much good either. He  does not, however, figure that very  little bedding and damp floors had a  great deal to do with his present misfortune. Seldom do we ever count  our own errors, it is always the other  fellow's. As a matter of fact the damage in done, now to get on a good  permanent footing for the future.  In picking brood sows bear this in  mind:  Look for the past records���������1st, prolific;, 2nd, careful mothers; 3rd, good  sucklers, and pass up the closely built  gilts that are inclined to fatten.  Don't allow them to follow the cattle, they may get too fat.  Give them plenty of exercise, dry  bedding and ventilation. Flesh forming and not fat-producing food is  what they need.  Unless the sow ,is in good health  at farrowing time, she stands a  mighty poor chance of rearing a  bunch of healthy-pigs.  Shipping Dressed  Poultry.  After, the fowls have been dressed  and' are thoroughly cooled, they will  be roady for packing. Poultry  dressed for market should be kept off  feed at least 24 hours previous to  slaughter, and should be drawn before it is packed for shipment. The  action of the air on the inside of the  fowl will cause it to spoil, and make  it impossible to keep in good condition. * Use a flat box in which two  layers of poultry " can be packed.  Wrap the head of each bird in paper  so that any blood that may be left  in the head will not come in contact  with the body and soil it. In some  cases the whole bird is wrapped in  waxed paper.  Start .a layer in the bottom of the  box;, take each bird separately and  fold the head to one side, and place  it in the box with the head up. Continue in this way until tbe bottom  layer is filled. Put ihe upper layer  in the same way except that the head  is in the middle and the side of the  [box may be *opened when1 it reaches  the market and a nice uniform lot  ol poultry will meet the eyo o! the  purchaser.  The poultry may bo packed in barrels or larger boxes, ,but small flat  boxes are preferred, because they are  easier to handle- .tind there is. lean  danger of spoiling,while:/they;ore being; shipped. Ay Vy V.-���������.'���������'  XX-..    ,.';..; ;y  It is a, good plan to establish a  permanent trade with some commission firm, meat dealer, i or ��������� a large  hotel, to supply' them with poultry.  This will insure a better price., than  when shipped only occasionally..  Poultry should be sent by express  so as to be oh the. road tho lenafr possible time. The cases,, when shipped,  Bhould bo plainly miirked for whom  and from .whom they nrev the numbor  of, biros' in the 'case,;, and the weight.:  : Mr. P went to the club, leaving  Mra';'! D���������^ with a lady; friend, whoso  abilities as a scandalmonger,rind miB-  chiofmaker were pre-eminent. When  he "'returned' he just poked his lien'd  into tho drawing-room, and said, with  a sigh-of roliof. "The old cat's gone,  I supnoBoP" For tin instant there was  a profound silence, for ns ho uttered  tho lust word,:. ho encountered the  stony Btaro of'this lady who had beon  in his mind. > Then his wife camo to  tho roscuo. "Ohi'ybfl, dear," she said  "I sont it to tho 'oat's homo in a  basket first thing this morning." ���������  -    X-i  \   \   ';      :       ���������      ��������� ���������    i   ���������  ���������'So I hoar you'vo mado a> lot of.  monoy.on tho Stock ExchnngoP" nnid  tlio young man's undo, "Yob, sir."  "That shows how ono may, with  proper luok and promptness, succeed  if ho will qnly talco ncivantngo of bin  opportunitiofi.'' "But I lost that ond  sovoral , thousand moro to-day."  "Young man, how of ton hnvo I told  you thnt nueh transactions aro merely gambling, and that you aro bound  to como to grief sooner or later if  you dnbblo in thomP"  -   .���������.,..iii.���������   .,    ., l u,  ���������<Tho lato Count Tolntol loathed  physicians," eaid a RuoBian diplomat  at a dinner in'Washington.  "You remember how Tolstoi ridiculed phyfricianfl in 'War and PoaeoP'  Woll, I hoard j him rldlculo throo of,  thom to thoir faces over a vegetarian  dinnor at Yasnnya i'olyana.  " ,PhyBlfilftn������,������' he said, bitterly,  looking up from a plato of lentils,  'may ho divided into two ola������HC���������������tho  rrirtfcniH, who kill you, nnd the oon*  Bcrvutivos, who lot yon die."  says: "Some poisonous dye on my  underclothing came in contact with a  small ulcer on my leg and blood  poisoning set in. Inflammation, pain  and, swelling followed. My medical  man's treatment did not seem to do  any good, as ulcer after ulcer broke  out, until my left leg from knee to  foot was one mass of sores. I had  seventeen deep ulcers at one time.  1 could not put my foot to the ground  and was really in a pitiful state. A  friend advised Zam-Buk, and I applied this herbal balm. It was really  wonderful how it soothed the pain  and aching and gave me ease.   ���������  "I continued with it, leaving off all  other treatment, and at the end of a  week's treatment my' leg was not lika  the same. A few boxes of Zam-Buk  healed all the sores, and bit by bit  new, healthy skin covered the places  which had been so deeply pitted and  scarred by ulceration and "blood poison. The limb is now perfectly healthy, and with no marks of the old  ulcers. For this splendid result I  have only Zam-Buk to thank."  Zam-Buk is a cure for piles, eczema,  cold cracks or chaps, ulcers, ringworm, poison, cuts, abscesses, burns,  children's rashes, abrasions, and for  all skin injuries and diseases. All  druggists and stores sell at 50c. box,  or post free from Zarn-Buk Co., Toronto, for price. Eefuse imitations  and substitutes.  Scratched for 40 Years.  Little George���������"Oh, mother, I made  a fine swop with one of the fellows  who goes to. school. I've traded my  mouth-organ for a spelling paper  marked -one hundred."  Used D. D.  D. Six Months���������All  Itching Gone  This is the actual experience of  Anne Croman, Santa Rosa, Cal., with  the wonderful D.D.D. Prescription.  D.D.D. is the proven Eczema Cure,  the mild wash that gives .instant relief in all-forms of skin trouble.  Cleanses the skin of all impurities  ���������washes away blotches and pimples,  leaving the skin as smooth and healthy as that pf a child.  Write today for a free trial bottle  of this-wonderful Excema Cure to the  D.D.D. Laboratories, Dept. VT.F., 49  Colborne* Street, Toronto. It will give  you instant relief. 1,  (For sale by all Druggists)  "What kind of an appointment do  you want?" "Well," said the applicant, "what I'd like is one of those  positions in which a man can make a  bit by seeing that nobody else has a  sinecure."  A SEVERS CASE  OF NEUBALGIA  If a cough mates your nights sleepless  and' weary, it will ���������worry yoa s good  deal, and with good cause. To dispel the  worry and givei yourself rest* try Bickle's  Anti-Consumptive Syrup. It exerts a  soothing influence - on the : ai r .. passages  and- allays the irritation .that leadsi to  inflammation. It will subduo the most  stubborn cough or cold, and eventually  eradicate it from the system, as a, trial  of it will prove to you.  The creaking of a door ca>? be  stopped at once by rubbing on the  hinge with a piece of soap or with  the lead of a black pencil.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Have used MINARD'S LINIMENT  for Croup; found nothing,- equal to  it; sure cure.  CHAS. E: SHARP.  Hawkshaw, N.B., Sept. 1st, 1005.  Mrs. Woggs���������What is the highest  compliment a man can pay a womanP  Mr, .Woggsrr-When a man says: "If  she is on tho committoo! at V that  Church suppjer, I'll go;"        '  "What has become of all the' wirepulling ���������; aenntorP"  "There is nn improvement on it','  my dear.   Wireless pull."  ^Nature makes tine cures  :aftervaU;;y-.  Now and then she gets  into a tight place and  needs helping out.  Things get started in  the wrong direction.  Something is needed to  check disease and start  the system in the right  direction tovyard health.  Scott's Emulsion of  Cod Liver Oil with hypo-  phosphites can do just  this.  It strengthens the  nerves, feeds famished tissues, and makes rich  blood.  wna ram av aix nmnrtrtrvNi  ���������mU 10t., ��������������������������������� *4 ������*i������r ������������4 thU ������4. tt������ cm  hMtillfiil HtvlniP ���������������* ���������.MUtilUI'* HbMafc-M**.  *M������k huk ������������UIM ��������� Ooom LMk l������M*r.  ���������COTT A aOWttK   '  IM W������0Uit#w 3lr**U UM     T������*������������s������������ 0*1  Cured  After  Long Years  of Suffering  by  Dr. Williams'  Pink  Pills.  There is an excellent reason    why  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have cured  the  most  severe   cases  of  neuralgia,  sciatica, and other complaints in the  group* that are known as disorders'of  the, nerves.. This group also includes  St.' Vitus. _d.ance  and  paralysis, , ������.nd  the  common  state  of  extreme  nervousness    and excitability.      Each  of  these complaints exist because there  is    something    the  matter  with  the  nervous system.   "If the nerves have  tone���������are strong    and    healthy,    you  will not have any of these complaints.  The reason Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  cure  nervous  disorders   is' that "they  restore    weak,    run-down    nerves ,to  their proper state of tone.    They' act  both directly upon the nerves and on  the blood supply.. The -highest medical authorities have noted that 'nervous troubles generally, attack people  who arc bloodless and that the nerves  are toned when tho blood supply ls  renewed.    It is  thus   seen  that $r.  Williams' Pink ' Pills    cure   nervous  disorders by curing the cause of,%thc  trouble.  '  Mrs.  J.  C. - Adams,    Norris', Lake,  Man., says: "I am writing you at my  husband's   request  to   let  you   know  the* great benefit Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills have been to him.   He is a river  driver and therefore much, expose'd to  all kinrlB of wenthor and wetting.   As  a result ho had an* attack of rheumatism, and then to add to his misery a  severe type of neuralgia set in,- locating on ,the left, side-ot thq, f,ace, nnd  causing him 'such'terrible' pain that  it would drive, him j almost Vwild.   He  was treated by  several doctors','and  finally wont to Winnipeg, where they  blistered  his head   and  applied  hot  plasters' which * Teally only added, more  to his misery; arid he returned 'homo  still uncured.   In, this way, ho suffered  for nearly six- years,;> trying all sorts  of medicine, but never finding n cure.  Oho day while, ho   wob'! suffering I  wont to  a Vatojrc to, got a linimont,  but thoy  did  not havo tho  kind I  wantod,  ond tho, i 'storekeeper '. asked  mo what I wanted it for.   I told him  about my husband and how ho suffered,  and ho.placed  a box of Dr.  Williams* Pink Pills on tho counter  saying,   "Tnko ���������   my    advico.  this  is  whnt your husband should take."   I  took the Pills homo with mo and my  husband started taking them.   I am  not Buro how  many boxes; hio  took,  but Ono thing is certain, thoy   completely 'cured him, and ho has novor ]������  sinco had a touch of thoso torturing  painB.   You can toll   how   much ho  Buffered when I say that tho,'hair'on-  the side of his hoad   in   which   tho  pain was located turned quito gray;  It  looks  odd,   hut  ho   says   it  does  not matter since tho pain in gone.   I  boliovo ho would not havo boon living  now had Dr. Williams' Pink Pills not  ourbd thoso terrible   pains,   and you  may* bo sure ,wo   gratefully   reoommond them to all our friends and all  Buffering onon." ,, .  Sold by oil dealers or by mall at  (SO cents a box or b!x boxes for $2.50  from Tho Dr. Williams' Medicine Co..  Brockviiie, Ont. "'  Mr. JamoB Payn, speaking of indi*  vidual interpretations , of . genornl  tuIcs, says that, in going his rounds  ono night with tho officer on guard  nt ono, ot tho English dockyards, ho  hoard tho original views of tho Irish  sentry on thin point. "If you boo a;  ���������convict OHcaping," said tho ofllc'ei1,'  "what Ih it your duty to do?M "Buro  fir, ftwd I'm *iM, in (lr������ 1111 tlm Inst-  extremity." "Quito right. But what  do you consider tho last extremity W  beP'' "Just nround thn cornor of thn  dockyard thoro, sir," was tho practical reply.  As Good as an Inch  "Do you call getting within a mile'  of the pole discovering it?"  "Well, it's as near as I should want  to come to discovering it, and have < to  get back."  LOOD BAD IN  THE WINTER  1    " /-, r      ^, r-~.   .     ^ 1  Indoor Life, Too Little Exercise,  Breathing impure Air; Eating Artificial Foods.  Is  it any wonder that the system BB  becomes poisoned with impure* waste  matter in the winter time, when you  think of the artificial life we, lead?/ .  With doors $nd windows.tight .shut  we breathe the same air ,-^overj..- and  over again until <it -is .incapable ;.o|  purifying the blood. ,: ^������������������-���������v :  . In vain effort to cast-the poisons  out of the system the liver andskidr.  neys are worked overtime until .they  Wu   ai6   piSJcu.   Oub.      xncu   uuuico   iu������  pains in the back, the headaches, the  attacks of constipation and indigestion. , r   i~y ��������� r  The quickest "and' most "certain way  to overcome this condition jte, by the  use of Dr. Chase's Kidney-LiVet'Pills.  They act definitely tand directly'on  the liver'arid kidneys', awaken' them"  to renewed energy-in.filtering.poisons,  from the bowels and remove the cause  of indigestion, backache yand - ether  body pains. ~ ( ;    y, . '   '  You are not experimenting when  you use Dr. Chase's Kidnejr-Liyer-  Pills. They are unique in their corh-  bined action on the liver, and kid- /  neys and for this reason stand without a'rival, as a means-;of- purifying  the blood and cleansing^ the filtering  and digestive systems.   -*        r  '���������    1,,J'  One pill a dose, 25 cents/a box. at  air dealers, or Edmanson,' Bates '&  Co.. Toronto.      '      -<   v .-->��������� -   -  A man feels Important about "most'  anything that seems' of no importance  to   others. ' '   ' *���������'     '"-:.* :'*      '  'Tls a' Marvellous Thing.���������When tbe  cures effected by I>r. JThomas'., Eolectrio  Oil are considered. th6-tapeo*lyt'aitd permanent relief it has brought *to.������ the suf.  faring wherever It liss been:nicd. .it ssast  be regarded as a marvellous th$ag that  so potent a medicine Bhould "result, from  tbe sis ingredients wliich enter into its  composition,    a.   trial twiii^.convince,- tae  moat skeptical of its healing virtues.  .  ^ .       .    ,       .  '*��������� i .    'j .. 4    i J -nt   -  Outside the~ s'uri'is" shirii'ngV"'T    '  The skyfis clear and.hlue;;   Y- ,  Don't let tomorrow's forecast  'Get* anything'on1 youV*   ���������  >  'Y  You will 'sneeze, :-perhaps"f eel chilly!  You .think.-,you * Jire<fcatching cold.  Don't wait until you'know'lit. Take  a dose ��������� of 'HamlinsyWi������iaTd,'Oil;f'and  you just can't catch cold*  -   '- ���������-'-'' - y-r-b:sx yy^y.n '.%.,"  ,, ;Reuben: ' \' J.osh , says (that,, city - fet  ler gev him' a' hundred'"an*'some, odd  dollars ��������� fer< .that 'horse1 x������f ��������� his'n;" I ��������� r? ^  . Silas: "You ain't heerd the > hull  of it. 'When he'tooWHheh^ddllaVif to  the bank ho found .they was all. odd.',*  '.' ���������> '.'���������j������~4"'' ''  yiVvY.'"*  'I "\  Added to the Long List  to this FambdsRfemed^i  G'1a^^^ratteoni!~������'i^a^^k������h\, -  , LydiftE.Plnkham'ij  Vegetabldv;* Oo m-  pcJurid -tfwymaxity  and novor found  hriyYmcxUdrie   t������  comparo with it T  lnidulc6rshnd falU  Ing of v th* uterus,   ,  and doctowdidroo  noieoodi I suffered  dreadfullFUnUl 1  began ^jtaklngypuT  J  1" '<A  mdUieinAYli; h������i  W'  dhio helriod oUiei    women to whom I  have recommended it."���������Mra, H������Mnt  QTtftt^ Qlanford 8tat1ori,;pt)tario.  , Gardiner, Me.T-"I was tL,mt*t suf.  feror from a fomnle diseaaeY The doe-  tpr, said, I (Would nav������. to ifo\to the  hosnltal for nn o pern tiofi, but Lydia K.  Pinkham'B Vegilable Compound com.  Sletely ourod me iri three months."���������  Ira. a A. Wiijt,UMO,.H.;F.'D/No. 14,  Box 90, Qardlner, Maine. , ,  ''neoiu^your>omM1iii k dlfflonlt ona,  doctors haviriir done you no good, do  not continue to suffer without giving  Lydia E. rintham's "Vep^tirtblei Cortv.  pound a trial. It surely has, cured  many eases of fewale Ills, -luehlaitln.  fUmmation, ttlooratlon, dlHplaoemonta,  flbrhld tnmoi^rTe^Uritfts^rlodJo  ' Jis������llnirA^l|pMUon!1dlridhesi' arid ner-  tout pfvttratton,; ilt ooiu hutA^Q/i  to try It, and the resuUls Worth mlU  lions to many ���������offering womon. A    ���������  1 Jf yots ^ffBSW* BywyfWl IMl'*'f^JW ,W^|'t<|  rwii','t:it,f,in  ^  W. N. U., Hil-iWiMl  i J. i*l 4*. ^ tt^nt-ptuJM^Mi^sSDIf^Xti  mmmmmmmsmm  mmummmmmm  TC7"  mam  mg&mm  H-Wt,  vyjj*  "Vli:.  ������.  VIS  a#s  PJ3  ff7  ���������*������A  to  litir  m  is.  i  to  I  THE    CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW.  7     W  "B  THE  CANADIAN  BAN  OF  COMMERCE  IX.  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.P.J D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAL, - $IO,OOOWO~        REST, - $7,000,000  FARMERS'   BUSINESS  The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility  Srthe transaction of their .banking business including: discount and  colSon of sales notes.    Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge  faPPUCati0"   BANKING   BY   MAIL.    ���������     p  Morion as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business  Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactory^  by a personal visit to the Bank.  TERCY *B. FOWLER, Manager, Creston Branch  Hotel i  ������=  231  TJJU  Creston cRetoierto>  asss  yy  |g|jr,w.u,uvj������.*.*r j^egaBt^^ss  Pnhliflhed every   Friday at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Creaton Publishing Oo.������ at their office, Wilson Avenue, Oreston.  set.  Bal������h G. Scrctos  Editor.  Subscription, $3.00 a year, in advance.  30-Day Notices, $5; 60, f 7.50; 90, $10  The Be-new u ttw aohnowled������ed advertising medium of the Creston valley, air*  eaSstS-ss ia ever esse tfcoumnd h������nes throughout, the Oreston district, uur  cola-rase asoopeffl to correspondents on live questions of local interest, v011*  ttibmtioBS mvet he bnrf, written on oce ssde of the peper only and signed, not  seeesMfUy for publication, trot as evidence cf good faith. "We invite support  in oar endeavours to Sucrcee-e the ������������* fulness of the Review by bringing in-your  ; advertifcaocats, rabecriptioos 8nd news. OrmplaintB from sutwriterB as to  nea-nesipi of uaper will he promptly attended to. Addieee all comzntuiica-  t ion sto the   editor  The Leading  Hotel of tbe  Fruit     Belt  Out   Guests  Call   c/Sgain  QU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Crestou Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Luiubernien, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  "Oh! Mercy! Has Anybody Seen  My Cat?"  This pnrriculur cat, so the stoty  K'������es. haviug found a hnttln of  K. 13. C. Beer, preferred iis j<*y,  bri'ijring qualities to ������. uIaob bv  "his own fhetrid*'." Bat ytiu don't  need "lo wonder" to taste the<  pltwisores of N 13 C Beer.���������Sold  ut till hotels in Crestou.  revving  Wm. Gosnell  Manager. *  ���������s-s*  j. 15* Moran  frop. f S  1  nternational  Veterinary Remedies  Nolson Land DlHtrU-t���������Wstrlotof West  K.oou>ua>'.  Tuke notice, that 1, N. H. I'lutt, of llosslaud,  B.C., occupation Housekeeper, intend to apply  Tor" permission to purchase tbo following  described lands:-  .-commencing ut ������i vost planted about ten      __ _ _______  (10) chains West of tho *Northon������t comer of (5) miles in. a-*^Joftlieriy "dTrooiiou froni''the  jNcUon Land District��������� District of West  . Kooiehuy..  Take notice-that 1   Alfred HegauBburg, of  Ymir, II. C, occupation Lumberman, Intend  to apply for pormlsslon to purchase the following desorlbed lands;-   .  Commencing ut a post planted about five  THB ECHO OF A CHINESE LEGEND  Now that the deal for the property has been completed,  and no harm can be done to an intending investor in Creston. there is no objection to stating facts, which have been  known to the proprietors of the Review for some time, but  which have not been published beiore for fear of preventing  the deal.  Some weeks ago there appeared in the columns of the  ^fickoy a statement in the form of a news item, to the effect  that a Chinaman hid purchased the lot next to the Review  office close to the C.P. R., on Wilson Avenue, for the purpose of erecting a laundry. This malicious lie was obviously  intended to knock the value of business town property on  Creston's foremost business street, to the disadvantage  of those including S. A. Speers, the Creston Drug & Book  Co., an4 other business men who have been enterprising  enough to invest hard cash in this locality.  Ths parties who circulated this story, do not themselves,  own a sinp-le foot of business orosertv in the town of Ores-  ton, whilst it is their constant and chief aim to discredit any  honest investor who shows his faith in the future of the town  by purchasing and improving property, and paying a hundred cents in the dollar.  Since the Creston Publishing Company purchased business property on Wilson Avenue, the value of the lots on  that street has increased aoo per cent, a lot which could have  been purchased for $200 is now listed at $600, and the new  and attractive buildings being built on these sites, together  with the improvements planned, wiil still further increase  ihe value of these properties.  The Chinaman who will build on the lot which the  3Sfiho had advertised as a laundry site, will be a white man  and a merchant, who will be a credit to the town. The meto  behind the Echo would do betterif they showed their faith in  Creston by investing money here themselves, instead of trying, from purely personal spite, to down the business men  who are making Creston into a city.  BOY SCOUTS TO CORONATION  Boy Scouts from the Overseas Dominions will have  official standing in the Coronation procession, although  provision had not at first been made for them. How detachments are to get to the old country and who is to pay the  expenses of the trip is another question. The Canadian  Century of Montreal is sending a squad of twenty, the boys  to be drawn from all parts of Canada, and it is not unlikely  that Colonel Sherwood and the Dominion Council will  arrange to send a second squad. Tne Century party will  sail on the Empress of Ireland with the Canadian Coronation  .Contingent of Canada's official delegation and will travel  , like real soldiers under transport of war conditions.  Work on the new Canadian Bank of Commerce building will be commenced early in April. A contract for the  gravel required for the cement basement has already been  allotted, Mr. H. McCreath being the fortunate successful  contractor, and the cbntract for the excavation will shortly  be let. The new building will be thoroughly up-to-date in  every respect. The size of the block will be approximately  40 feet by 60 feet, two storey. The cement basement will be  the first of its kind in Creston, whilst the upper storey will  be equipped as living rooms for the members of the clerical  staff of the bank. It ia anticipated that the building will he  completed by the middle of May. f  Mr. Glenn Wisler has completed his concrete work ou  Ihe new borne erected by Mr. Hockley, and will leave on  Monday for Settler. Alberta, where he posse lies a valuable  komestead.  LovSVH, bainn tlm Southwest corner, thence  running North 40 elutlnt.lSust So elu-u.s.South  j -It), ebains and West, SO chains to point of coin-  i tueueeiinuu una ooutuintug 3120 acres more or  J less.   JLooatcd this I81U day ol January, 19J1.  JK.-trTiK H.tVt.AiT, Applicant.  Jajuss Fisni-U, At;cnt.  Dato January IS, 1911.  tpl  dir  kelson Land District���������District ot West  Kootenay.  Take notice thut 1. Stella Warsob.of Koss-  land, B.C.,  ocenpation   spinister,  intend to  apply for permission to purchase the foliow-  ingdescribect lands:- .  Commencing at a post planted about four  (4) iiillesin a .Northerly direction from. Uie  .Noi tliweBt corner'Of i_ot 4276, South of and  Hdjolning James MorriHon's location, thence  South So chains, thenco Kust-_0 clitiitis, thence  .North SO chains, theuce .Vtst "ill chains io  point of coiuiuenoemon- 'and containing 3ao  ucrcs more or less.  ���������Stella "Warson, Applicant.  Jamks Fishkk, Agent.  Date February 12, ltfll.  >'. AV. corner of Lot 4275 aud adjacent to the  Northeast corner of M. Flannigan's location,  thence North 20 chains. East. 40 chains, South  20 chains ana West 4u chalus io point of com-  jiietiutMueat and containing 80 acres more or  lce������. . yy-  Alfked Kkoaxsbukg, Applicant,  James Fishkb, Agent.  Date February 12,1911.  ������7  of  _t������_  sir-^aSS  We have   now on hand a large stock  'well   known  goods, belo*ti> ivill be found a  list of  the goods and the prices.  Poultry Food 25 and 50 cents  Louse Killer 35 cents  %    Stock Food 50 cent packages  . ^    Distemper cure 50 cents  j ^     Honey and Tar  Foot Remedy  , 50 cents  5  Kelson Lund District���������District ol West  Kuotenay.  Take notice that I, Mary Bilfor, of Spokane,  Wash., occupation Housekeeper, iuiona   to  apply for permission to purchase the 'following described iands:-  Coinuienuiug at a post planted about four  (4) miles in a formerly ajrection t"i������iu the  ��������������������� orilawest comer of Loi. -1275 oii West side of  Mosquito Creek isouih of and 'adjoining  James Morrison's location, theuce South su  chains, thence "West go chains, thence North  SO chains, thence .blast SO chains to point of  commencement and containing 64U acres  more or less.  Marv Biiii-OR, Applicant,  JajiiiS I'-ishbk, Agent.  Date February 12, lyiiy  jSelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenav.  Taice notice that i, Mamie  Long, of Spo-  iiJU,  1\T  aSU.  ' OC*Ur*ilt'l*,Ji:  JSelson Land District���������District of "West  Kootenay.  Take notice that Ij   Juriies   Morrison,  of  Ymir. 1$. C, ocenpation Lumberman, intend  to aDply for permission to purchase the following described lahdB:--  Commencing at a post planted about five  (5) miles in a Northerly direction from the  N.W. coruer of Lot 4'_75 and adjacent to the  Northeast corner of M. Flannigan's location,  thenco South 80 chains,thence East 40 chains,  thence North 80 chains,tlionco West 40 chains  to point of commencement and containing  320 acres more or less.  James Morrison, Applicant.  James Fishku, Agent.  Date February 12,1911:  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay.  Take notice tnat I, Wm. K. McW-hlrter.of  Ymir, B.C., occupation Lumberman, intend  to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:--  Commencing at a post planted on the East  shore of Mosquito Lake at or near the -forth-  west corner of Lot 8402 being ihe Southwest  corner, thence running North 80 chiiius.along  shore of said lake, thence East 40 chains,  South 81* chains and West 40 chains to point  of commencement and containing 820 acres  more or less. ���������      ~  William &. McWh-kter, Applicant.  James Fisher, 'Agent. . y  Date January 21,1911; ���������".���������'"���������-':  Fheno-Chloro Disinfectant 50c  Colic Care 50 cents  Worm PoTaders 50 cents  Healing Oil 50 cents  White Linimentj. Dan Patch 50c  Heave Cure 50 cents  $k     Sa'be this list for future reference. cA.sk for a "Veterinary  Chart.     ������  I Creston  _&  ^&&0i^>  IKlSSS^^^SWM^S^i^JmS^ii^iSS^  @  __'Married Woman,  intend to appiy for" permission to purchase  tbe following described lands:-  commenciug at a post planted about three  (3) miles iu a Northerly direction from the  Northwest corner oi' Lot 4275 and adjacent to  tbe Northeast corner of Harry 'Brauer's location, thence South SO chains, tbenee tuist 5.0  chains, thence North 80 chains, thence West  20 chains, to' point of commencement, and  containing 160 acres more or less.  Mamie Long, Applicant,  Jamks Fishee, Agent.  Date February 12,1911.  Nelson Land District���������District of West  JCooteuuy;'  Take notico that J, William Eumley,   of  Patterson, B.C., occupation Lumberman, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands:-  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to  the Northeast corner of Lot 93__* being tbe  Southeast corner, thence running riortu SO  chains, West 60 chains, tfoutn 40 chains. East  40 chains, South 40 chains, aud East 20 chains  to point of commencement and containing  460 acres more or less.    *  Wiia.iAH Rumley; Applicant.  Jamks Fibkj-1., Agent.  Dato January 20, IMI..  Nelson Land Djiririci���������District of West  Kootenay  Take notico that I, TohnKyle.of Yroir, B.,  C, occupation Lumberman, intends to appiy  for permission to purchase the following- described lands:- ���������:���������-.-������������������.<  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to  the Northwest corne.* of Lot 9323 being the  Northeast corner, thenco running Sonth 80  chains, West 80 chains, North 80 ohalns and  East 80 chat ns to point of commencement and  containing 640 acres mere or less.  JOHN KYLE, AppUoant.  .      ,   , JAMES FISHER, Agent.  Date January 22, mil.   '  in  \B9  Nelson Land district���������District or west ���������  Kootenay.  Tnko notice that I, Nellie Stark, of Rossland, B.C., occupation Nurse, intend to apply  for, permission  to   purcliuse   tlio  following  described lands:-  Commencing at a post planted about ten  (10) chains East of the oouthweBt corner ol  Otno Kalston's location and about four miles  in a south westerly direction from the Southwest corner ot Lot 9823 bolng tho NorthweHt  cornor, tbence running fcsouLU 40 chains, East  40 chains, North 40 ohalns, and West 40 chains  to point of commencement and containing  820 acres moro or less.  Nkli.ib Staiik. Applicant.  James Fibiuui, Agent,  Dato February 0,1011,  Nolson Land Distrust���������Distriot of West  Kootonay.  Talco notico tlial I, Tom Charles, of Pottor-  son, B.C., occupation Lumberman, Intend to  apply for permission to purchase tlio lollow-  Nelson Land District���������District of West  '       . Kootenay.  Take notico that I, Mike Flannlgan, of  Ymir, B.C., occupation Lumberman, intends  to apply for permission to purchase tbe following desorlbed lands:-  Commenclng at a poet planted about ilvo  (A) miles in a Northerly direction from th*  N.W. corner of Lot 427& on East side of Mosquito Creek being the Northeast corner  thenoe South 80 olittlns, West 80 chalns.North  80 chains and East 80 chains to point of commencement and containing 640 acres moro or  loss. _������������������..���������  MIRK FLANNIGAN, Applicant.  ^       _     JAMES FISHER, Agent.     .  Date February 12,1911.  FROM FINEST GIUPES  TO 1 HE PUKEST  WINE  A oonl   frlas1*  of   rioli,   ]uT5f*i<nis  frfljjrnnt wine with vnnr   ni<>nH;  insm-ps wppetife, pood digestion,  health, and pleasure.  OUR STOCK O'^  WINES AND LIQUORS  is .well ohospn, and every drop;.'...  is well aspd and splendidly  biendeu. TTou should havn vour  vine cloipt, well filled with our  vifsiids. You. \. ill tbijn bo rtj'.'.-  opnizfd as a good judge of  liquors.  (QD Ad*  ,32068  reston Wine & Spirit Oo  s.  POOLE  Propi  i HiobicS  aroer  i  Nolson Land District���������District of Wast  _ Kootonay,  Tako notice thnt I, Walter Dcmer, of Ymir,  B.C.. occupation Lumberman, intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following  described lands :���������  Commencing at a po*t planted at tho S. W.  corner of Tom Charles' location about nix (G)  miles in aB. W. direction from tbeH. W. corner of Lot 032*. being tho Northwest'corner,  thence running South 60 chains, Kant 8(1  chains, North 80 chains and WostSO ohalns to  point ot commencement and contains 610  acres moro or less,'  WALTER DEMEtt, Applicant  ���������      ���������   ��������� JAMES FISHMK, Agent.  Dato Fobruary 11,1911.   s  ..'-.__ X , ���������   1 Billiards and Pool  jivjeir/n   Room   ������fc-eB\Sfc>.  I  Cigars and Cigarettes  Hot or Cold Baths  At Any Hour [  Razors Ground and Set  T,m"im  Cs<M*-������*AAAVMV*-������<i1VVAAA*m>Viw^^  ommoneliiff at a pout planted about six (0)  ........ y.ithwoNtorly dir- "���������  ' '--  B. W, cornor of Lot 01W3 belli  dlrcutlou from the  tho Southwest  liig described lands  Commencing ittn  en In a South woHtoriy tu  _.Y. cornor of Lot 01W3 beliiK .....  cornor, thonco running North 80cliuliin, fiom  it point about w chains Wast or wliero wild  poHt is planted, thence East hO clia im, Mouth  bO clinliiH, and West SOcliuliiR to point orcom-  iiioncomentand contiunliigS-O acres more or  Iosr. ^ ....  Tom Oiiaht.kh, AppUoant,  ���������Iamim Fihiuch, Agent.  Data February 11,1011,  Nolson tand DlBtrlct~Dl8trlot or Wost  Kootoiiay,  Tako notico that Ja'curl l'oUlor,orAlKoma.  WiiNlilnuton,oooupatlnii liouHBlcooptir.liiloiitl  to upply for poinitbNlon topuroliitHtitliofol������  lowing dooorlbod lands:- v  Coiiinioiuiliiif at u punt plantod about ton  (10) ohiilns Emit of tlio southwest corner of  Lot H170, belnR tho PArihonHt comoi', tlionco  Mouth 8������ chains, West 80 chalnH, North 80  clialiiHivnaEaHtflO clinliiH to point of com*  moiicomont nnd containing 040 acres moro or  Pka.u. PKr/riiim, Applicant.  Jam ich FiHUimt, Agont,  Ditto January 21, IWL  Nolson Land JilHlrlotz���������DlHtrlct of Wost  KuiituDuy. ��������� , .  Taltc notlrft that I. otho Itftlston.of IJnr-  rlNiinburif, Vlr������liilii, oofunfttlou UtiUHo Dun-  oraKir.imtonrt to apply for ponnlHNlop to  purchase tlio following doticr bod IihiiImj-  Cominonoinit ut h post planted ulmiittwo  ami a half (3^) inlloN In n MoiitliwcHiorly  direction from tho H, W. cornor of Lot 1'iliSl,  Imiu������tho Northwest nornor. thonoe iiinnlng  Hontlt 00 chains, Kaht od chailiH, North Q0  chul im ami WiiHt 00 (iiiuliiH, Hi point nf fiom*  mniiciiiTiiint and contalnliiif (HUaorou morooi'  Otiio 1Ui,������tom, Appllcnnt.  JamkhFihiiku, Aiiout.  I.ato Fobruary, 0, 1UU.  Nelson Land District���������DlntrIoty>f Wost  _ Kootenay.  . Tako notico that J, Harry Brauor, of Rous-  land, B.C., occupation Diamond Driller, Intend to apply for permission to purohaso tho  following dosorlbod lauds..  Coiiiinonolngntn post plantod nbout throo  (il) miles In a Worihcrly direction irom the  Northwest cornor Of Lot 437A, Wost of Monti n I to Oreok, thonco south UO chains, thonoo  west UO chalns.tlicnce North HO chalni-.thoiioo  East 80 chains to point of cpmiiHinceincnt  and containing fl.O acres morn or loss,  Haiiuy Uuaubii, Applicant.  _ JAMKH FIMIIUU, AtfOllt.  Dato February 12,1011.  NolHon Land District���������District of Wost  . Talto notico thftt Ii Hamu'el "W. TUlston, of  Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation Photographer, intond to apply for permission to  purchnno the followliiK tlcuorlbud lauds:*  Commonolnix at a pout plimicil adjacont to  tho Mouth west corner or Lot HUH, bolng tho  H.I3. anrnor, thonoe running North UO challis,  West 40 chalnii, Houth 80 duilnu and East 411  tiliultifl to point of iHiitiiiimitiumontund con.  tulnlng 329 aores mora or losu.  Bamuici, W. UAT.HYoif, Applicant,  Jamuh ETHitKUt Agont.  Date January 10,1011.  Monoy to loan on rnnob or town prop-  nxty at low rati, of intorosfc. Apply to  Jolinion tic Soruton nt Boviow Oilloo.  NoIhou Land District���������Itlutrlct o. West  Kootenay.  Tnko notico that I, Oliver J, Long, of Hpo-  ���������nt vmnnnr TKirmnf vir^Ty'tnnnrryTnr^  to Transfer, Livery and Feed Stahlpi "^  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  All olaBB of rUHNOUTS fluppliod nt Hbort notico.   Tho Int'osfe. tttjlsii'Of-'  CUTTERS nnd BUGGIES (or Halo nnrl hire.   Siuldlo and prick boreoa ft  y ���������   :    ''  '��������� SpBoinlifcy. ������������������.;-������������������  Foot! for nalo.      Agent for tho MoIi'iiiiKhlin Mivnftf. Co,      IIoihoh for Dale  I nm proparod to fill nil ordors, both by wiro nud moil, nnd moot nil trftino  nt auy Uonv of the! day or nip-ht,   Ooinui orcti.il inon nndJauiciseieleorfli^jiliii^S  '.'���������'-.', y^ rocoivo prompt Attention .. , '   :\X','���������';xlp  H. S. McCreath, Prop  r_   Phnuo bU' fcjirdnr Avonuo      y Box 1*'   ������  ������_*9  m  Xh  If  ill  xXXmI  ���������: \'m):vi  Icano, Wanh., ocounutlon Contractor, Intend  to apply for pormlMlon to purchauo tho iol-  lowing diiHnrlbnd landHi-  Coinmonolngnta.poHt planted about ono  il) mllo In u Morthorly dlrct'tlon Irom Iho  JorthwcRt cornor ol' Lot ������7ft and about 10  chaliiH Woat of Wont Dank of Mosquito Creole,  thenco North HO ohalim.thonco WohI Hochalnn,  thenoo Mouth no chalnH, tin-tire ron������t R|) chaliiH  to point ur ooivniuncuiuoni, and containing  \womo^fu  . , .   NEW   . . .  thenoo Mouth no chalnH, thi-tire ron������t R|) chaliiH  to point ur ooivniunouiuoiit, and containi  OiOltOI'OM niorooi' lonu.  omvich j, j;oNn, Anpiinant,    ,lAMJOHl',HiU������������,AgiHt.  lhttAF������brimry)4> fit I. A  PIANO,���������Now nt railway gtnfloii nonr  Orobton, will bo i*uo_lilu-Hi for $2C0  oabIi. Novcr boon un������d, Liuly unnblo  to keep it.���������Apply in ttrat inktn.noo  Mm. A. a. Munuicam, 2040, Columbia  ���������troot, Vnnooavttr, B.O.  AND  CARRIAGE WORKS  BuhtkIob, Dnm corn to, (3i������H nnd Onttcm for hhIo nt ronsounblo prioou  Wo do nil k1nd������ of repnlylnef nnd wood work witb dinpfitoh  Our Hlipp in locatod nonr tno OrcHton Moronntilo Qo.  Wo nro nlBO ngmu.H foivtboOrogon Nuriiory Oompimy nud haudlo  yirBt-olnafi Frnit Troow  ���������    ���������  W. K. BROWN  ���������   ���������  Jf  ���������WWWWfWT'"^^ 'r/'^'.H i*;;w,'r"*',1i,,fr;"lli!li':.,;,,1^i"'/->���������'!"'*',**;���������****)(<*,, ��������� ���������  xyy-y^y)yy^if^  THE    CRESTON/   B.   C,    REVIEW.  cy ���������*"*"  i/IA     A^UHV^   ���������  i  If You Like to Drive  you oan indulge yourself by engaging ~&  team from this livery stable for as long  and bb short a time as yon desire.  This Livery Stable  is also prepared to send a carriage to  meet trains, t<> takeyou shopping or calling, or to convey you to any June weddings yoa wish to attend.  Cameron Bros.  CRESTON LIVERY  A. MIRABELLI  I THE    GRESTON   SHOSMAKSR |  Best Workmanship  Boots and Shoes mode to Order  A Speciality  '  2?tarfee������ & Co.  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,   Pruit  General Commission Merchants  NELSON .      -        B.C.  I FASHIONABLE MILLINERY  I  Turbans, Hats aud Bonnets in the  Latest Styles.   Fancy Mounts  Plume fand Flowers in  all tbe new Winter  .. .   Shades  l Children's wool and bearskin hoods,  j jacketF, mitts, "gloves, overalls, ete.  in great vari^t-v  MR5. M   YOUNG  Millinery and Fancv Store  Fourth Street, Creston, B.C.  A complete stock of  Fresh Beef,Veal, Mutton,  Lamb and Pork.  Sausage, any kind  Hams and Bacon, Butter  and   Eggs,   Lard,   Beef  Dripping, Etc.  Fresh Fish every Friday.  Smoked Fish all the time.  Our Stnoked Salmon and  Halibut is choice.  r. DUMIO Ob uu.  Limited  CRESTON  ���������so* c  Nelson Land District���������District of  West  Kootenay.  Take Notice that I, Laura A. Balaton,  of Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation  Married Woman, intend to apply for  permission to purchase the following  described lands :-  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the Northeast corner of Lot 9323  being the Northwest corner, tbence  South 80 chains, East 80 chains, Jiorth  SO chains and West 80 chains to point of  commencement, and containing 640  acres more or less.  Laura A. Ralston, Applicant.  James' Ftshek, Agent.  Date January 20, 1911.  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay.  Take notice that I, Mabel Balston, of  Hnrrisonburg, Virginia, occupation  Schoolteacher, intend to apply for per-s  mission to purchase the following described lands:-  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the Northeast corner of Lot 9323  being the Southwest comer, theuce  running North 80 chains.East 80 chains,  South 80 chnins and West 80 chains to  point of commencement and containing  640 acres more or less.  Mabel Ralston, Applicant.  James Fisher, Agent.  Date January 20, 3911.  ADDSTSCNAL LOCALS  " The strike Of the co������U mjneie through*  ont Hie, Alberta and Interior B. G  .mines, &<t prophesied in the Review  some time ago, iB now a practioal certainty, and seven thousand miners are  expected to lay down their tools on the  1st of April. The men "With the big  wood pile can- now legitimately wear  the smile that won't come off, but for  merchants and others in the coal towns,  the prospect is a very gloomy one-  Ring up phone No. 85, Ed. F. Johnson  ���������when you need an experienced plumber.  What about those English sparrows,  as the Review said all along, it was  purely a case of "A printer's error."  Mr. Heath may come from guessdom,  but he guesBes right sometimes.  Fruit Ranch for Sale���������Fifteen acres  in good state of cultivation, planted  with 1800 trees consisting of apple,plum,  peach and cherry trees. Good five room  house and stable one and a half miles  from Oreston. Apply to Walter V.  Jackson, Phone 91, Oreston, B.O.  Mrs. Reil -will leave at the end of next  week for Portland, Oregon,'where ehe  will pay aa extended visit to her adopted  son, who is a resident in tlie Oity Beautiful of the Oregon ooast. From Portland she will proceed to Vancouver and  put in the balance of tbe summer visiting her son Mr. C P. Reil, and friends  residing in the vicinity of the Snnset  Oity. She expects to return to Creston  in the fall.  Do you know that Ed. F. Johnson  has been appointed sole agent for Fairbanks & Morris gasoline engines and  Oentrifngal pumps?  Mr. F. Jackson is moving onto bis  ranch at Oanyon City for the snmmer  aud will plant several hundred trees at  once consisting of Spy' and Spitzen-  berg. This land was pur chas td last  fall by Mr. Jackson and is already  cleared, stumped and seeded down,  ready for planting. Mr. Jackson states  that the demand for Wagner trees for  planting has been so heavy that he was  unable to secure that variety for this  year's planting. This is evidence of the  increasing popularity of the Wagner in  British Columbia.  For Sale���������Eggs for hitching from  Martin's Famous Regil Straiu of White  Wyandottes. Two dollars per setting  of fifteen.   Mrs J. Boyd, P.O. 8ox 4.  . FOUND���������A place to get my suit  cleaned, pressed and repaired, at the  Creston Clothing House.  Kev H irlis-i-m pieacbed nt C nyon  Ci-y last Sunday, aud Rev. .Rnthert'oid  W11 bo holding service at Appletown  this Sunday.  MfSiu.���������Miss Johnson is prepared to  take a limited number of pupils for  tuition in music. For terms apply to  J. K. Johnson, residence on Victoria  Avenue *  What Little Things Will Do  Little drops of water poured into the  milk give the milkman's daughters  lovely gowns of silk. Little grains of  sugar mingled with the sand makes the  grocer's assets swell to beat the band.  Little bowls of custard, humble though  they seem, help enrich the fellow selling  pure ice cream. Little rocks and boulders, little chunks of slate, make the ooal  man's fortune something fierce and  great. Little ads. well written, printed  nice and neat, give the joyful merchant  homes on easy street.���������Walt Mason.  For Sale���������A seven room honse, supplied with hot and cold water, centrally  looated on Victoria Avenue. For price  and terms apply to Cartwright & Hyde,  Erickson, B.C.  Mr. H, McCreath suffered a sevfre  loss last week, when he was * compelled  to shoot a valuable horse worth some  $350, owing to same being attacked with  paralysis of the muscles of one of its  limbs.  Costumes in tha latest styles, tailored  or otherwise, to Buit the ladies' taste,  made on the premises by Madame Garrett, the Creston Costumier, Victoria  Avenue.  S. A. Speers made a business t trip to  Nelson on Monday last, returning on  Tuesday.  Kelson Land District���������District oi  West Kootenay  Take Notico that I, Emma Ferguson, ot  Nelson, B.C.. married woman, intends to  apply lor permission to purebase the following* described lands;  Commencing at a post planted on the north  bank of Summit Creek, about 100 feet south  of ioucl post No. 495, and about one-half mile  south-westerly from the mouth of Topaz  Creek, tbence 20 ebains north, thence 20  chains east, thence 20 chains south, tbence  20 chains west, to point of commencement,  containing 40 acres more or less,  Dated January 3rd. 11*11  EiMMA FKRCJUSON, Applicant  22-32 EDWARD FERGUSON, Agent.  Nelson Land District���������District of West ���������  Kootenay.  ,  Take notice   that   I,  Blpbrata Harris, of  Carson,    Washington,   occupation   Married  Woman, intend to apply for permission to  purchase the following described lands:-  Commencing at������ post planted adjacent to  the Southwest corner ol Lot 8149, being the  Southeast corner, thence running North. 40  chains, Wefet e0 chains, South so chains, Kast  eo chains and North 40 chains to point of  commencement and containing 640 acres  more or less.  EI.PHBATA HABKlS.Applicant.  James Kishek, Agent.  Date January is, 1911.  NOTICE J  Tenders will bo received by Hip undor-;  Kiciiort up to the 22nd tiny ol April, lllll. ut ft '���������  p.m., for Hit" purchase of Block 27, Hubrtlvl- [  slim oi Lot No. 541, droiip one New Westminister District, situated in the City ol  Vancouver, nnd being tbo Kite of the old  Provincial Court House. Kach tender must  be enclosed in a registered letter and must be  midrcsucd ti������ the undersigned, and plainly  uuirk^il ���������������������������lender .for old Vancouver Court  Htisi'-e MtP." imd must be nfTonrjpftiiled by  an accepted cheque lor i������n |>i-i* cent of ths  lirst payment ot Hie puivbuse money. Payment ior ihe nioperty will be accepted in  iiiMallmeors or one-quarter of the purchase  money. The first of such installments to be  paid within thirty days after tlio acceptance  ofthe tender, and t$e other three annually  thereafter, with interest nt tbo rate of 6 per  cent per annum. In the event of'the person  whose tender Is accepted failing to complete  the lirst installment within thirty days of  the notice of such acceptance the sale to him  will be cancelled and his ten per cent deposit  forfeited. The cheques of unsuccessful  tenderers will be returned. The highest or  any tender will not necessarily be accepted.  .No commissions of any kind will be allowed.  Witi/iAjt R. Boss. Minister of Landa.  Department of lands, Victoria B.C.  March 7th, 1911.  Now is the time to make arrangements for that bath room. Call and  interview Ed. F. Johnson the plumber.  Hyomei  cA 'Breatheable Remedy for Catarrh  The ratianal wny to combat Catarrh  is the Hyomei way, viz: by breathing.,  Scientists for years have beeu agreed on  this point but failed to get an ameseptic  strong enongh to kill catarrh germs an t  not destroy the tissues of tbe membrane  at the same .time, until the-discovery of  Hyomei (pronout ced Hightft-me).  Hyomei is the most powerful yet  healing antiseptic known. Breathe ic  through the inhaler over the inflamed  and germ-ridden membrane fonr or fiv*  times a day,and in a few days the germs  wili disappear.  A complete Hyomei outfit, including  the inhaler costs $1.00 and extra bottles,  if afterwards needed, cost bnt 50 cents.  Obtainable from your druggist or postpaid from The R. T. Booth Oo , Ltd ,  Fort Erie, Ont. Hyomei is guaranteed  to cure asthma, croup, sore throa ,  coughs, colds or grip or refund yonr  money back. Sold and guaranteed by  the Creston Drug Ss Book Oo.  DDIS  Drs. K.& K. Established 20 Years  IS^NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT  H������ w&s _s������ur������ris������4 at fcow .tii*���������..  sores   heated��������� "x   toon   your   i"fuw^^  EIethoi) Tkbatkbst tor a nerious siloodsS^  disease with which I had been inifiicicd  for twelve years.   I ha<i consulted a score  of physicians taken aU kinds of blood  modicum, visited Hot Springs and other  mineral water resorts, but only got temporary relief.   They would help mo for a  time, but after discontinuing tho medicines the symptoms would break out  'again���������running* sores, blotches, rheum-  atic pains, loosstiessoi the hair, swellings  of the glands, palms of the hands scaling*,  itchiness of tho skit), dyspeptic stomach,      AFren treatment  ._,���������_,��������� etc.  I had given up lu clcsnair when a     *rrcB treatment   ,,  friend advised me to consult you, as you had curcdlilm of a similar disease 8 years ngo*  I had no hope, but took his advice. In three weeks' time tlm sores commenced to heal up  and I became encouraged* I continued tlio New BIethod Tbubatmest for four months  and at the end of that timo every symptom hod disappeared. I wa<t cured 7 years ago  and no signs or any disease Bince. My boy, three years old, is sound and healthy. leer-  tainly can recommend your treatment with all my heart. You can refer any person to  me privately, but you can use this testimonial aa you wish. W, H. S.  We treat NERVOUS DEBILITY VARICOSE VEINS, VITAL WEAKNESS. BLOOD.  SKIN and SECRET Pueafes, URINARY, BLADDER mid KIDNEY compWaU ef Men  and Women. "    "  SiFUFIFR Ar6 yon a victim? Eavo you lost hope? Are you Intending to marry? Has  IS.HUlL.ll your blood heen diseased? Hove you any weakness? Our JNew SIsTnon  reatsient will cure jou. What it has done f Or otherslt wiil uo for you. Concalwtios  Free. No matter who has treated you write for an honest opinion Free of Chares.  Charges reasonable. Book* Free~(Dlustrated) on diseases of Men. w  NO NAMES USED "WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT.  Question list and coat of Homo Treatment FREE.  Everything confident!*!.  INEDY&SCESirfEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave., and Griswold St, Detroit, Mich.  -BfOTfCE  All letters from Canada most be addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Depart- -  ���������      ment in Windsor, Ont:   Jf you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  no patients in our Windsor offices wliich are,for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Ont.  ^Write for our private address. j  ~W.  I.I     I ������������������IIHIlMllllMI    IIMI.    . Ml   lllll  sBaayfflasaaw^^^  ���������    ���������_!..��������� .  ���������������������������...���������..���������-O       ���������  ���������        ���������       . ���������        ������������������  According to Gdbern-  ���������ment Estimates  sir*  Was  cMade    in  Western  I   is    ||    a    v/vJ Town Property Dating the  Year 1909  i  Did yon participate in these huge profits or did you ' 'pigeon-hole" the propositions submitted to you by  your 'western friends for future consideration? Iu short, are yon the man who made & profit or the unfortunate one who had the ohance hut did not possess sufficient judgment to recognize the opportunity or sufficient  courage to < close a deal? The man or woman entitled to sympathy is the one who says: "Five or ten years  ago I-had a ohanoe to buy thU or that property at $100 or $600, nnd now it ia worth 110,000." The average  person ������ne������rs at the person who makes suoh a statement and sa^s: "I wonld bavo bought end made that  money." Are yon going to say five years from now that you bad a ohinoo to buy a lot in Poe, Alta., at from  $50 to 9100 oooh, or aro yon going to be the man who will have from $1,000 to $10,000 in cosh ������b a result of  having bonght property in this town in this year of grace, 1911.  Poe a Coming: Commercial Centre.  A f"x' 1*06 la located on tho main line of the (&and Trmik Paoifld Railway jbetweon Edmonton and Saskatoon,  It is looated in ouo of the fluast farming distriotain "VSTesteru Cauada. The surrounding country Jb sottled by  ni progressive type of farmers and consequently wjll: b^oopio the market" oontro for Northern Alberta. Poe  [distriot /poflnoBB6B rich coal minoB, is olose to rivers and lakes and large forests are easily accessible from this  ; 'point..A TChpBO natural, resouvooB insure for tho residents .of the town, flr^t, low cost of Hying, and second,  : great commercial notlvifcy, two cbb^ real estate.  Pop as a Manufacturing tewtfe  Ay   This townsite ntiidoontlBuonrt^ the requirements outlined by largs manufacturing concerns  for the location of'lhrg'o 'faotbvloa of larto entorprlflos of nny kind employing large numbfrs of pooplo.   Tho x  ,i;'^vom.l''iind'']al(OH'furnish -wator, tho coal fields and foiresta fnrnish fuel and cheap building material, the finey  farming lands furnish farm products, enabling tbo rogidontfl to Uvo at a low cost.      ���������  ,��������� A-  The town is looated on the main line Of a transcontinental railway, assuring tho ueooflsary transportation  y fnoilltioq. Theso combined oouditlous will f urniBlvohoap labor, ono of tho most injportnnfc features of a uiauu*  ;    faoturlng oontro. ���������.���������'';      .'"'X ��������� ^":    , . -xxy ." '��������� ''"v: >.,''��������� ��������� ���������.''���������'.':.:;:l'" AX- ; ' ' >    A1       y..'.''..  Poe townsite was recently placed on the market and already over 200 lots have been sold, and many of  ttheHe lots have already changed hands at n substantial increase in prioe.   Most of these lots were purchased by -  representative business men throughout Canada, who are now profiting by their foresight.  The townsite is high and dry and very suitable for building purposes.  Opportunity  l.-C,  is/useless unless you possess the conrage to not. Yoa might possess great wisdom, yoa might read a good deal'  or travel muoh and thus seo all kinds of opportunities to make money, but unless you have the oourago to act  on your judgment and wisdom* all of these desirable qualities are entirely useless.  Lots in Poq nro a good investment at present prices. The town is bound to grow rapidly. Owing to tho  easy terms of payment you have the ability to buy and if you do not buy now it is because yon are lacking in  oourage, and the ohances are you will never be like the man yon now admire most, rich, courageous and wise.  Torrens Title  Poe townsite is hold by us under the Torrens system of title,  by the Government, therefore absolutely safe.  Under this system the titlo i* guaranteed  Prices and Tortus  . ������������������'������������������: ���������'���������.;-  X   ���������������������������,]���������",. ��������� ���������  ��������� i ' ���������   ���������, I.. '.'���������.';.������������������. ���������'.'.. .  ' Priooo of lots range from $50 to $100 each, and they can bo purchased on terms of one-twoth oash, bal������  anoo in eighteen equal monthly payments; or quartor oash, balanoe in six, twelvo and eighteen months.  Information  Wo havo issued an attractive olronlar giving full information pertaining to tho town and ito prospects,  together with map allowing lots lor sale. If you wish ti receive this attractive circular cat oat snd fill ia tha  attaohod conpon and mail it to ris today.  Information Coupon  '��������������������������� Gbntlomon,���������With "a  view   to   buying  property in Pop, Altn., plense pend. mo foil information, with ninp and prioo list, nnd oblige.  Yours Truly,  II ���������  M  M M  (  M  M  M  I  M  M  ���������  I  |   M  I  I  M  M  I   l  l  I   M I  M t  l   I I  , Name  Land Co  i  \X'-'  l,l*MMMH������i  P, O, and Provinoo  >���������������������������������������������������������������-  Land ToT&nsites and Investments, Union Bank Building? Winnipeg? Canada  mmm*mmw*mmmm4mmmWmmm  <��������� ������'!������, N1"-!'   11  mm(mmmmmmmmmmmmmm  '������������������ ���������'.' .���������."'..',,'.v-'.,*i,'<vv���������:'���������...,,,".,. ,,.'   :'yx.yy,>,  / .-. x :   "  m  wmm  X:',y\,.X ',;.,; a  ���������    .   '      i' ��������� I  p  s'������������s������ES: '������������������������������������:���������  tor-7-  ^ti-^yy  itli'A' '.'������������������  ifv'  liAv::'  ywY  fli  ;;vi?!  li?i:������  ft  n x  t  I  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  THE    GRESTON,    B.  G ,    REVIEW.  B ggfil ^^^S      t^^^  ���������     IS     THB    NAMB  OF   "THE   BEST     MEDICINE  COUGHS    S  COLDS  TRY MURINE EYE REMEBy  For Red, Weak, Weary. Watoy Eye. F  AND GRANULATED LIDS I  Murine Doesn't Smart���������Soothes Eye Pain  Murine Eye Remedy. Liquid, 25c. 50c, $1.00. *  Mwsas   Eye Salve, is  Aseptic Tabes. 25c.  $!.00.  EYE BOOKS AND ADVICE FREE BY MAIL  Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago  A SKILFUL ARCHITECT.  The   Canadian   Muskrat   ts   CJevorwr  Than the  B������aver.  When it comes to ingenuity in construction and system in domestic arrangements the beover, master build-  ) er that he is, can give the little Canadian muskrat few pointers. In building its house the muskrat selects a  spot on the low mariih land that will  be flooded at high tide or high water  if on non-tidal margins.   The animal  REST AHD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD..  Mas. WiNStow'B Soothing Syrup h&s bees  ������ed for over. SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS ol.  KOTKSKS for',their CHILDREN WHILB  1'KKTHING, with PERFKCT SUCCESS*.. It  SOOTHES the CHILP, SOFTENS the GUMS  AiLAYS all PAIN: CURES WIND COLIC. ������n<!  is the best remedy for DIARRHCEA.' It lt ad  Eolutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrs  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no.otta������t  kind    Twenty-five cents a bottle.  Special Notice  TO CI)yp.Y MERSriANTS AND AGENTS,  Agents Wanted by B. SHRAGGE,  396 Princess St., Winnipeg, to purchase for him scrap copper and brass,  cast and wrought iron, oirf rubber  boots and shoes and crown lager  quart,  pint and whiskey bottles.  il  iT3V! ������rs ������1 a ������ i 2H  will reduce iallasaed. swollen Joists,  Broirte, Soft Buachea. Cure Soil*. Hi*  tola or any unhealthy    tore  quickly;  Dl������as������n* touse;  dot������ not  blUto*  '.   under bandag* or remove *ho hair,  ���������nd yoa can -work ths horse, fi pet  bottle    ������t     dealers or dollTOtad.  Horse' Book 7 D free.  ABSOR&1NE. JR . for mankind,  S1.00 per bottle.   Baduues Varicose  -Yelni.     Varicocele,      Hydrocele,   5 Goitre.  W������m.  Strains,    BraUaa,  *Xj~XZ- atona Pain  and   innamxakUoa.  ft. F. Y0W6. P. D. F., 137 TemoleSt. Springfield, M������*.  Z.YSA3B.'Ud������ 9<w1r*st, Cuidlu ianl*.       '  Alio IbroMttrt kr VaKTIS  BULK * WY5SE CO., WUBliicgt  TIIE -NiTIGNAS. DRL'ti * CIIS.VICU, CO������ tflantpcc Jk Cat.  ������By: ami HKSDSKSOS BHlJS. Oi, 1*4, YuuoM������ft  CASTINGS AH&;villVETTEIS TO FRAB3E.   NO SOLTS TO SHAKE'LOOSE 'T4 KOU  Young Wife���������"Oh, Edward, - you do  believe that I am always thmkirig of  economy, don't you?" Vy  Young      Husband���������"Mabel, A   your  ii on non-tioai margins.   j.ne animal ������shilling������telegram this afternoon, "tell  tunnels from the bank of the stream 1 ing m% wh^.e to go and save threepence  on  a carpet-broom,  warns  tne  that you are thinking of it too much."  MIRACULOUS RESULTS  iN uuNVEGAN,  or lagoon or pond, as the case may  be, beginning bqlow the edge of low  water mark, to the site it has selected for its home.  These preliminaries completed, tbe  muskrat cuts with its chisel-like  teeth the broad, strong stalks and  leaves of the flag and long, coarse  grass. These materials the busy little builder carries to the building  site. where it .braids and twists them  together in circular form and builds  them layer upon layer, gradually narrowing the structure until a 'firm,  cone shaped house is the result. Thi?  is further strengthened and A made  comfortable by a liberal mixture",; of  mortar made by the muskrat out of  the  marsh  mud.  The interior of a rnuskr������.t's house  is always divided into two floors or  stories. Sometimes it will have as  many as four apartments, one above  the other. The number is believed  to be regulated by the expected height  of the* water. Access to them from  below iV. by a chamber or gallery  built around the inner edge of the  house and rising like a spiral stairway. The muskrat expects and wants  the ground floor of its house to be  flooded, but there must always be a  dry, warm room at the top. The interior is lined with a sheathing of  dry grasses and leaves. The only entrance and exit to the house is. the  subterranean passage from the bank  ' of A the.-water. ������������������ the ground floor being  on a level with that tunnel.  Practical   Model  Steam  Engine  given J  free for sollipg post cards.  The abov������ ent show* oor now ap-  right epgina. Height 9 iache**  Bam t inches. It has Blued Svsd  Boiler with iron Fira Boi ������nd  Metal Baae. hantbooielr fiaiwhed ia  colors. Eirery enaino U thorocKhl?  tested, before packing aod i* fully  trnaranteed. "We giro- it taj* for a  few houi������ work selling oor jwt-  canl������. Write us today for ������.03  worth of. bar beautiful Lit ho-Art  pos-trard* to s-ell at 3 for 5c-. Sell  th������-ra and return moner and ���������������  will aend engine to ion all ctuus**  paid.  Western Premium Co.,  Uept. 100. WINNIPEG. MAU.  Buying Gills  ���������Remember that thire's some-  s iking in silver for everybody.  - To be sure of giving Silver that  Imperfect in design and finish  see that tiie trade mark  IMAGERS  is stamped on spoons  knives and fancy serving pieces,  "Silver Plate that Wears"  Best tea sets, dishes, waiters.  etc., are stomped  MERIDEN   BRIT*  CO.  bow bt mwiw wiutw  ���������  IWJ.  forfts.  The Irishman Had Him.  VJohn Tolmie, who represents North.  Bruce in the House of Comra'ons, tells  among his good  stories, of the time  when the joke was neatly turned ou  him.  An Irishman, who knew that Mr..  Tolmie was Scotch and that he had  Wa a politician for a great many  years, asked why it was that Scotchmen showed such great ability in*  opposite directions. "Scotchmen ar>*-  either preachers or politicians," said  the  irishman.  "The Irish are just as remarkablo."  said Mr. Tolmie. 'They are either  policemen or���������". The remainder of  the remark was drowned by the  laughter ot the listeners. V  At a gathering of the Bruce Old'  Boys' Association in which most ofi  the people were Scotch, Mr. Tolmie  told how he had got back at the Iri*h-  man. But ah Irish Old Efoy at the  sratheririgA turned th*> laugh on Mr.  Tolmie. Said the Irishmanr.- "I must  admit that it takes, about^- half the  Irish 'as policemen to keep the_ other  half out of jail, but Mr.. Tolmio  mustn't forget that it. takes half the  Scotch as preachers to keep the other  half out of Hades/'  l*An  i  GIN  PILLS  Brought Relief  "I suffered untold uiiseryA: even  when under treatment from the best  doctors for oyer ten months, and nothing seemed to do nib any good or  relieve my painful condition. My  trouble was Ihilanxiniation of VKidnoys  and Bladder..;..'-  I finally determined to go to the  Victoria AHospital, Halifax, tor treatment.   V  Two days, however, before my in-  tendingA departure; a neighbor called  and happening to have a GIN PILL  in his pocket, insisted on my taking  it. I did so and six hours after taking it, the results and benefits I derived were simply nothing more or  less than miraculous. Insteady of g<k-  ing to the hospital, I sent for a box  of GIN PILLS with the result that I  am a cured man. I recommend GIN  PILLS to everyone suffering from  Kidney Trouble."  Le-wis MacPherson.  Take GIN PILLS oil our positive  guaT&utee that they will cure you or  money promptly. refuud'ed. 50c. a box  ������������������ for $2.50���������sent on receipt of price  if your dealer does not.handle GIN  PILLS. Sample box free if yptj, write  us. NaSional Prug and CIiemi'cBt ���������'&.,  Dept. N.U., Toronto. 521  A grape* fruit is a lemon that has  had a chance.���������Puck.  Here's a Home Dy������  . That   ANYONE  X Oan Use.  i    HOME DVSINOtias  1 always  been more or  less of a difficult under-  tikiog- Not ao whon  you ut*  Minard's  L5wmerrt relieves  N'euralgi'a  All  the  express.  trains foT misfortune run1  prkES CURED? iff 8 TO 14 DA>YS  You*y druggist wi������ refund money if  PAZO OINTMENT fa^s to cure any  case of Itching1, BWiaxi, Bleeding or  Protruding Piles* in 6; tc 14 days.A 5&e.  One- never hears- of a* lawyer goiiog*  to law on his own- account.  Concrete  is the  Sest Material  ���������from every standpoint���������where-  th to build uiiugs about the fans.    This   rcccaily-published - MIJ  booke "Wkat the Farmer Can Do V/Hh Concrete" will pro\'e   ^S0  to you the superiority and '*in-the-long-nsnM economy of  "CONCRETE" as a Building Material  You, as a progressive fanner, owe it to yourself to read this book before  you attempt any further improvements.  The retail price of the book is 50 cents but we will send it, absolutely  free, to any farmer who will fill out and send to us the coupon below,  CANADA CEMENT COMPANY, Limited  51-60 National Bfpik B������il4in������. Mosteval        *  l  You may Hnd m������ a eoby. off your oook,  "What the Fanner Can Do With Concrete."  Namo  Address  %���������������������������������������������������������  LBS.  WWW  S������nd for Sample  Card and Siory  Booklet ���������������  The JOHNSON.  WCHMIOSON  CO., Limited,  Montrenl. C������n.  JUST THINK OP IT I  With DV-0>LA you can color either Wool,  Cotton, Silk or MUcd Goods Perfectly with  the SAME  Dye.    No chance of using: the  WBONQ Dye for the Goods vou have to color.  The Smart Pupil  Teacher ��������� "Name throo heavenly  bodies directly ussociutetl with our  earth."  Pupil���������"Monoplanes, hiplnncs, and  dirigibles."  A Remedy for Blllou* Hendnche.���������-To  those subjont to blliouH hnndncho, Pnrme-  Ice's Vcuetablc Pills nro recommended oa  tho ���������way to Hpocdy relief. TaUon accord,  lntt to directions they will milidno lrrce-  nlarltiiiR of tho stomneh nnd bo net upon  tho ncrvefl and blood vcHnnla that the  ralnn in the hend will ceaHe. There nre  fow who are not nt BomoUmon subject  to* hlllouHneHS nnd familiar with its at.  tondant nvilH. Yet none need suffer with  theso plllR at hand.  To fipfink o( thom un "sloeping  cars" is to violate tho purity of our  langtmKc.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.  Tho moro u woman doHeiv������H to have  a man lovo her thu more she can love  him.  ���������������������������DODD'S./':  KIDNEY  tePJiLiSr-:'--  {k'l I,,, :7     .-^  ^Ai'U\^N->7'  wBCBP  W, N. U��������� No. ������57.  Too Careful.  In politics as well aa in business it  is sometimes necessary to do thin?^  with a rather free hand, and it was  perhaps the lack of ability to so rise,  to the occasion that made a former  occupant of a Cabinet position in the  Ontario Legislature not altogether  suited to his position.  When this man-was appointed, a  newspaper man got from 'am some in.  formation for a write-up. The Minis,  tor was asked 'if he would like a few  copies of the paper in which the )  write-up. was to appeaT, and he said,'  "Yes, send me a dozen."  Tbe newspaperman ������aw the Minister a few days later and said: "T'v������  given you a pretty good show in thot  write-up. Don't you think* you ought  to get quite a number of papers and  send them to some bt' the country  editors?"  ' "It's a splendid idea." aaid the  MiniBter enthusiastically. "How  many papers did we arrange for you  to send me?"  "Oh, we said about a dozen."  "Well," said the Minister in a tone  indicating great decision, "send me  two dozen, and send the bill to me."  A Lucky Find.  Char'.es T. Currclly, the welHknown  Canadian archaeologist, tells of a curious piece of luck which befo'.l him  on  one  occasion.    Ho   waa   working  with a party of one hundred men on  the excavation of   a number  of  im-  portant tombs in Egypt, when a native came to him with tho story of  an interesting discovery some distance  away.   Leaving tho work on which he  was engaged, ho went to tho placo described by  tho nativ&,  only  to  find  that it was a wild-gooBe chnso.    On  th<������   way  bach,    however,    from  this  fruitless expedition he noticed a pile  of gravel which appeared to him to bo  ol   an   unnatural   arrangoment.     Ho  stopped and sunk a pit.   To hia aur>  prise  and  delight,  a tomb   was dis-  cf>ver������>d  which  proved  to bo that of  tho Pharaoh "which know not Jos-  cph."   Thia monarch had cnmplotely  hidden his  tomb, building  it in an  out-of-the-way placo, and like that of  tho   poorest   peasant;   underground,  however, a voritablo palaco had boon  constructed.  New Brunswick Amendments.  J. K. Pindor, ono ot tho present  mombcra of Yorlt County in tho N.C  ITowsc o! Aeftembly, onco did nomii  worlc for tho old Conservative Government nn Grand Inland Bar in tho  lliver Ht. John, which waa very so.  vornly criticized by hi* political opponents.  Borne ynars l������t**r Mr. Pindor wns  making somo remarks in tho Houi-o  which rather ruffled the temper of a  memlMjr on the opnoslto ������ido, who  ciillcil out: "What about Grand Island  iJiir?"  "I do not woiwW ������l tlio oucition,"  replied Mr. Plmlor, "tor all of the  honorablfl mombcr'a trouble in 1!!������  linvn sprung from 0>* work on 'ban,'  hul thorn in thia difference, that thnre  in plenty of water on Grand Inland  P.~.r  "  State of Ohio. City of TbiedbA  Lucas County: y *  Frank" -T. Cheney makes oaf& that he is'  senior- partner of tho* firm' of F. J. Cheney5  & Co.. dbing busmesr iii* the* City of Toledo. County and" State aforesaid, and'  that said firm will pay the Bum of ONE  HtrNDEEl? DOLIjABS for each and every  case of Gatarrh.that cannot b^enred by  ������w*.   ������=!��������������� rsf? Hs"l!'������i   0a.ta-mi^O.nT^.x-:-  yx ".  FB^NKJV"CHENEY,,  Sworn  to' 'before swe  end oKSsnrfhed in  my   presences this  6th  day of ^December,  A. D-. 1886: :-.---.. ��������� . -yx., ���������-.:��������� .y .. ..,-y  A. W: GEEASON.  ���������(Seal.) Notary Public.  Hall's Catarrh Cure ie taken* internally  and acts directly upon* they Mbad and  mucous surfaces of the system. Sendl for  testimonials,.'free.  F.V J. CHENEY_ ������ Co.. Tbredo, O.  Sold Wy all Druggists.V?5cr. A  V  Take AHall's Family Pills f or coiastvpation.  True "beaisty is sweetneisB^ and  sweetness is- the spiritualizing of the  gross, the corporal; and" the- earthly.  Too  Much  "Your wife hns received some sudr  den shock.   Whaf;rhas happened?' '  "I don't know, doctor. I came  home early last night "  "Ah, that probably accounts for  it."'  AN  ll^VALUAST-E  MEDrCINE  FOR     AEX    BAB FES.  QSiokl* steps oonsh% snrcfl colds, beats  the  throat end   lange: -        ���������   9i o*������������t������.  A little girl fell -from a..ladder. Her  mother picked her up'In terror, exclaiming, "Oh, darling, how did you  fall?" "Vertically," replied the little girl, without a moment's hesitation.  Mrs-.   R.   McEwen,   Thcsnloe,   Orrt.,  writes:  "I  thinUr Baby's    Own    Tab"-  lets' an* invaluab*fe-medicine for little  onesiV I used tJiem for my own child  when he* was-smaii and last summers  when    I    had' a baby  visiter whose  fi������d" did not agree with him. I sentt [  fer another  box- of the  Tablets   andi'  they quicftly helped him."   It is testi'-,  mdnials swcli as this that have madej^  Baby's    Own    Ta;lMeta    popular���������that  have- shown them to be an invaluable  medicine for little ones.   The Tablets  always  di* good���������they "can  never  do  hairm.   Ohxre a* mot&er ha& fcraed' themt  for ber litle one 'she. will have nothing  else.    For with the Tablets she feels  Toronto Typo Foundry Co., Ltd,  CALGARY  WINNIPEG  REGINA  The Largest Printers' Supply House in Canada.  We Carry in StocK Cylinder Presses, Job Presses,  Paper Cutters,-Type and-Material. Can fill'  Orders for Complete Equipment from our StocK.  We are the Largest Ready Print Publishers in  the West, .We Publish Heady Prints from o������r  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses.      :      :  eise.    ror wim tne  xaoieis sne ieeis i    pr..^  t--.^,..-.   ������������������cwfnj-    rt���������_ ��������������������������� 4���������ii  !ai 5Ae^Ll^L^������^L^^^ can you tel1  antee of' a government anal'ys-B to con  tafiri no harmful'���������������������������:drsrgs: Baby's Own'  Tablets may be had; at Medi'eiine d'eal-  er������ or at 25' centsa; box from The Dr.  Wflliams' Medicine Co.,' BtockvilTe-,  Out.   .  Willie���������"Sure-  with the- Buea-t."  -it's water gone crazy  "How are ybu getting on with your  new motor car*?"     A.  "Oh, I'ra all riRht,"- replied Mr.  Chug-gins. '"Bert I'd feel & lot more  comfortable if the. ���������; streets were not  so full of carelegs pedestrians."  oolokly Btop������ oouehs, c  fn*  Sbroetend  Itssiss.  .2SAcsti������3.  A student of hwman natui^e deplares  that most men like to be jollied and  are willing to pay 'for it.   .  Heart-Breaking  Mrs. Bridely���������"Am    I ' yoursv little  peA?y,.,x:,,,i,^:,,,^xWr.y....^r,..:,t, ,���������,...:,  Mr. Bridely���������"Nope."  Mrs. Bridely���������"Boohoo! Reginald!"  Mr.   Bridely���������"I'm -not  allowed  to  keen pets in this, flat." V  vWdrts will render tjie .'prettioat hands  .unsightly.. Clear: ihe., eserescencefl V ������Wfty  by using Hollowby's Corn Ouro, which  acts thoroughly and-painlessly.    '  Most of thev words vthe baby    can  say lie can't,"but you fib j-tbqut them.  1  "I  ^X;.1Lt:,^,mu:,mmtJ,,,,m,\,UM  '���������^.m������������iX^1iiy;'^t HBI  iX'^-     ' '  sag>A_jugBBe  (.- ,  THE    CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW.  /  \������fW  VAV  V V  "They wait until mother is seated."  "Walked out next���������letting his wife follow."  "One more illustration," I e?ja. "When  be thought It was only his wife he  snarled. His mistake discovered, he  cooed like a dove. Yet, as I chance  to know,  he is  very  fond  of his wife,  They are  ABJBIGHT - EYED,    wide - awake  /girl supplies the pivot of today's  A. JL Familiar Talk.  "1 stepped into *he elevator of  our apartment house this morning," she  tells me. "and found already there a  man and^ his wife who live upon the  floor above us. I know them by sight  as fellow-dwellers in the building, but  I have not so much as a speaking acquaintance with them. I bowed slightly in entering the elevator.-and the man  instantly removed his hat and kept it  off until we reached the lowest floor.  Then he-moved aside to let me pass out  of the elevator and himself walked out  next, leaving his wife to follow.  "That man is a highly respectable  lawyer and moves In excellent society.  He dresses and looks like a gentleman.  I forgot to say that he had an unlighted  cigar in his mouth when I first caught  sight of him, and he jerked It out as he  pulled off his hatl    The two walked up  th0 .5t5j������������k������-&h������t������u  of ������Ti6.     xx<3  SIOppcu  ut  ���������the first''corner to strike a match and  smoked, furiously .as far. as I could see  them, "the wlnd-biowlng the smoke right  into his wife's, face.  "The' incident set me to thinking. Is  there any reason why one should cease  to be a gentleman because he is mar-  Tied?"  X said:' "I once asked that question of  one of. the truest gentlemen ever made,  after witnessing a similar instance of  boorishness on the part of a husband.  Ke answered promptly and with a fine  disdain that did bim credit. 'If a man  has never been a gentleman until he is  married, then Is his opportunity <to make  himself one.' "  The hero of the elevator epieode was  probably assiduous in the practice of  loverly attentions during his courtship.  He, so -to speak, took off his hat whenever he thought of the girl he spent  months in convincing that she was an  angel and aU the rest of it. And, having  won her by courtesy and tender devotion, he shows her less respect in demeanor and speech than he manifests  toward strangers of her sex.  By one of the synchronized happenings we misname "coincidences," there  flashed into my mind while the girl  was still talking a message I had to  deliver to a Dusinees man, and with a  brief apolog,* I went to the telephone.  "Who wishes to sjeak to him?" asked  the clerk in the man's outer office, stationed there to protect his principal  from useless" interruptions. . ^  I gave my name. In perhaps three  minutes tiits *- person vvant^u 3������?g!^c ot  the other end of the wire. He is'the  pink of courtesy In society and to clients���������or so I thought���������and his' surly  response was a surprise. The "Well,  what is it?"  was very like a growl.  When I spoke I oould almost feel the  clearing of the atmosphere. Hie tone  was laughingly apologetic.  "Oh, is It you? I got the name wrong.  I thought It was my wife who called.  Names get queerly .mangled through the  receiver.   What ean I do for'you?"  I gave mv message, hung up the receiver, and faced my young friend with  a sad smile.  xa^avvw  "Hoses such as you used to send  her."  and  she is devoted to him.  rated as a model couple."  Neither of these men is a deliberate  deceiver. When they were in love, and  in hot pursjlt of the one woman upon  earth who, they fondly believed, could  make them perfectly happy, they were  In dead earnest. Every vow was sincere; the promises of future devotion  were honest.    Marriage was disillusion.  In his very clever novel, "The Married Life of the Frederic Carrolls,"  Jesse Lynch Williams says, among  other notable things, In dealing with  this inevitable disillusion:  "A mere boy and girl, carefully  trained to be uncongenial, utterly  unacquainted, but thinking they knew  each other well, because they had  Wanted each other so niuch. Did they  propose to keep on sighing and dying  for blisses and kisses? With the best  intentions, it is difficult to keep on  longing for what one already has."  When I read the extract to my  young visitor, she added sagely in up-  to-date prose:  "You   don't   run   after   a   street   car"  when you have caught it!" ,  Every word of all this is true. It  must be, or everybody would not be  so certain that courtship cr.c, .vcdiocK  ars two uttsr!v different states X did  not begin tliis plain talk with JohtfTwith  any hope of disproving the accepted  fact. What I am driving at is " to  plead for the wife's lawful rations  of gentle speech and civility. Being  loyal to the core of her heart, she  may never admit to herself thac you  have ceased, to respect her now that  you know her for what she Is. Still  less would she listen to the suggestion that the suitor played a part  systematically during the wooing and  the betrothal. She clings to her faith  in your nobility of spirit, your recti-  ..tudo and hjRh I'l^als. as she holds to  her existence. Sho turns a deaf ear to  the mass of evidence to tlie contrary  hurled at us by cynical bachelors,  divorced husbands and poets of every  age and degree.  When Tennyson says of the Locks-  ley Hall lover:  "He will hold thee, when his passion  shall have spent its novel force.  Something better than "his dog, a little dearw than his horse���������"  the woman into whose hands you have  committed the keeping of your name,  your honor and your house resents the  implication that her John is of the sam������  strain. When you snarl at her ovei  the telephone and uncover your handsome head co a wisp of a girl you chance  to encounter in the elevator, while yoi;  sit in your wife's parlor with your hat  on by the hour; when you find fault  with dinners of her cooking and ten  her, as I heard one man say to'the wife  who had been a bride eighteen months  before, that the gown selected with express reference to his taste "looks Mke  'the devil"; when day after day goes by  without a word of appreciation of her  continual efforts to j-erve and to please  you���������be sure she will excuse you to her  own oruised sensibilities and would fight  with her own mother were she to cen-.  sure you.  More than one of your friends has remarked upon the "quiet tastes Mary has  developed since her marriage. And  what a lively, flyaway girl she was!"  Do you tempt- her to be anything but  sedate, and aomestic?   You  come home,  tired,  Irritable  and hungry.     It  is  the  acknowledged duty of the wife to meet  you with a smile and to rack invention  for devices for cheating you into cheer-  f llness. How do you greet these fond  tricks?  "When    the    little   wife   laughs  and  makes cheer���������"  do you untie the knot in your forehead  and curve the straight line of the tight  lips? Do you recognize your favorite  dessert with a grateful smile at -the  head of the table?   Do you set the boys  " 'Oh, is it you ?   I thought it was  my wife.'"  an example of affectionate deference to  the pale woman, who. as one loving son'  told me of his invalid mother the other  day.   "J-Miq^e   whe-i   any  other woman  would   whine"?    She   slept   badly   last  night  and   had   a  headache xwhen   yotJ  went downtown after breakfast.   If you  had not been  so  absorbed in thought"  of the perplexities and cares that might  beset you in office or shop, you would  have noticed that she ate northing but a.  bit of toast and washed It down with a  cup of strong coffee.    If you had cast  your thoughts back to preceding days,  you  might have  recalled thai she had  the  very  slenderesit    of    appetites,   although   never   complaining.      Do   -you  gjess what it  would  have been to, tha  appetitDless   woman   to   receive   during  the day a piiimj* si*.1?*1 or tender hro!J<i'*  or  fresh sweetbread,  a basket of  fruit  or a box of roses such as you, used u������  send  to her every Saturday  when you.  were engaged; or a magazine or book  you   know  she   would  never  think   ot  buying fer herself?  Some writer, whose name deserves  to be recollected, tells what he caiia  "a pretty romance" of a gentleman,  of the old school, who mide It a point  always to cut out the tenderloin fro.nv  a steak afld send it to his wife at  the other end of the table before ha  helped anybody else.  I am proud to say that I know' ot  three households in which neither  father nor child ever draws up his or-  her chair to the table until the father*  himself, and in his absence one off  the boys, has seated the mother in her  place of honor. I remark- &&'* jk,  significant ������������������ If trifling ��������� circumstance,  that in none cf these homes has'the  mother ever' appeared en dishabille 9X.  breakfast, or failed to dress becomingly and carefully for dinner:. O&&  man, in commenting upon 'this/ said  that "for his part, he had no time for*  frills at, home. He was dog-tired- by  the time night came, and liked to  come to the table in his-shirtsleeves,  if he felt like it."  It never occurred to him to Inquire  how his wife liked the sight of a  sloven opposite to her, or what 'effect  his disregard of decencies ��������� alias  "frills"���������had   upon   growing   children.  If   catechized    upon    this    head,    be>  would   have   answered   that   hte  wife*  "was too sensible to care about show  ,. of any kind."  If this be true with her, she is th'e  one and only wife I have ever seen  who did not "care." It has been said  that we attach more importance to  keeping up appearances than men. CI  put the feminine characteristic In a  different,form. We have,all heard .(he  sad little tale of the .New Enrlaod  woman who lay dyinp in^ the,, farm- _  house she had managed for fifty years.  Her husband���������a rugged Puritan .of tbe  hardest grain���������hung over "*her, "with'  moist eyes and  faltering voice:  t     *  "Oh, Betsey! you have been \ good  wife to me!" he groaned out.  The glazing eyes opened 4wlde upon  his; the dried lips moved." 'Ke put'his  ear to them to catch the  ���������wnrftn;  "Why  d[tan't you  tell me  that���������be^ .  ������ore?'y - .' ' , .yA/  Don't w.alt.so long,,dear, John_ofl,tJie>.  unseeing eye and lagging tongue!'  I  . ..don't think it is possible .for\ypu ./>������  -or any...Ov^er man to guess ^Itsss^'^K-  - women hunger and thirst for recognition   of   what  we   do   and - what   we*  feel  for those  to whom *we  minister*;  all' our life Jong.   Nor how -hard Jt isp'  to. train  ourselves to take your Iovq/  for  granted,    if  we are  good --wtve������'  we want you to tell usf, so before we  are   laid   upon   a   deathbed.    If - youVV,',  respect   us   In   your   heart,   we,  long;;  , for exhibitions of that respect.. Pur-  It   to   yourself   how ' dlfferently������/you':  comport yourself toward,your nelghV'  bor's    wife   and    to^var-d/ -your,--"own! -  ���������ouffty   to know it W bjry  parting/  I  I  ���������  I  Your wife  now "  ��������� \  THE   HOUSEMOTHERS'   EXCHANGE  **- ** " r*   "  * " tii-ii" "' r '  ������������������    "1.  ���������it- il Hi ��������� "ir-i -��������������������������������������������� 1  -������������������-.���������������-���������-������ ��������� ������������������"- t-x-i'���������>���������-  , ,1 i\  v.  IMP6RTANT NOTICE  T%B,CA.U8E of the enormous  /< ^numb^r ofx letters sent to  ���������'���������M-fy 'the EKoHanne, I must ask  contributors to '. limit their 00m-,  muhications to tOO words, except  inXoasca of. formulas or reoipes  wfcwlY 'require greater apao$. I  want 'all smy-.. correspondents to  have 'a< showing in the Comer,  and if my request in this reapeot  is.complied with ���������it-iof.il-be poasi'  b1& to print many, more letters.  tliat I am sure there are not a, few  housemothers who will be glad to have  the minute directions of one who knows  whereof, she. speaks,, ..One may., a^ the  children'say;'- "begin^atv'i������he'7'',*begln'n'lxig,,;.'  with ithils  "helper", and follow the various    stages   of   bread-making ���������' from  dough to perfect loaf. A  ���������Minf'TetfyA  Salt-Rising Bread  ���������A-  ���������������������������'���������;* ���������'  ��������� ������������������ 4  IAM> going to toll "Troubled Housowlfe"  - howv to. *.malta,s salt-rising broad, My  v brothers nwilo and sold it for yean* ana  ioldomvhad- any broad .that waa,not nlpo  and sweet;and white;, -Thoy noarly always  wontiw, the,mill uml got coarsely ground  moalS&Mt>!T. havo '.mado my. brood with, tho .  lino cooking moal, and It is just as rooq.  Firm; have roailyn quart, bowl, a two-  quart basin with a cover niid a bread pan.  Do no' u"0 theso ror. anything'cum,' as tho,  bread spoils if put, Into any. receptacle that  ;"������������������ not iioriootly mvoot, AfnoonUmoiiut^a  ifttlo meal���������BorliapB it small tcacuptul���������into  the Howl, add a <iuai*tor touspoemtui ot kI������-  oor nnd noiUi und a tonspomiful of'Stutar, ,  but no salt. . Saaid tho inoal well., ,TIUh Ih  wlicro soma uorsjnij malco a. mistake, for  the scalding must lm thoroughly dono.   Uu,  *^ " will tlilcHon  - v pall nn������l  lmmr tins on mo 0101110N unrn ovur u una pro.  Rvwllltnot iho Ustlit until the noxt mornlnnr.  WbiiiwulP u. Plnoa to koop.it warm, suoh h*  nufr'Vothors <jiafl, by, outtljiir a holo lii a  bread tin, uottltiK tlio bowl it* tho othor ontl  ���������f tlio thi and imttlnit n lf������litod ktmi undo  the. hole, aftor nalllnu .tha Un to���������tno .w.al  Kindly givo a reolpo for Tnlnt icily.. ���������  ...   ,*' y H..8,  W, (Philadelphia).  Use as a foundation for the mint JeJly  e plain apple jeUy, and In winter; Just  before taking it trom the Are; flavor with  essence of mint, to bo purchased from  grocers and druggists. In summer one  muy bruise ana press the leaves of  ,fi'e*lv mint, adding Just enough scalding  water ������6' maloe" the 'grcoh Juice flow  freely...The success of,the winter..,prod-  ��������� net dependo upon tho -excellence and  quantity o*r_ mint essence, unort. Bo sime  to havo' the'���������applevjejiy (foundation Btlff  enough to permit the addition of the  mlrkt juice without making the jelly too  thin. .��������� ��������� ,y,. .  . Recipe j%r^yNut/FillPti^'  riease tell  mo how to mako ft dressing  for. nut Honilwlchos. ... '���������<  Kindly toll mn also If Krapo juico. Is-a  tomporanco Urliilc.  ,  ��������� . u\  12, B.  (Oci matitowii, Pa.).  but tho bread will dry so quickly.   I mako  it  with  wat r.  Mrs. K. F3. T. (Louisville. Ky.).  I am suro that other housowlvca besides myself will be Interested In knowing of your success in using lard in your  cake. The Information you give Is wel- -  come In this day when prices are soaring high, and when the coBt of butter is  a considerable item to the frugal housewife.'  One reason your bread dries out Quickly Is because, you mix It with water instead of with milk. . The oily matter In  milk and In shortening���������be lt lard or  butter���������Is an effective agent in keeping  broad moist and freah. The fact that  many bakers put little or no shortening  Into their bread accounts for the fact  that the "baker's bread" of commerce  dries out so much more quioltly than  does the wholesome homemade loaf.  ������      Guava Jolly  "V, K. M���������" of Ijos Ahftolca, asks for a  ....  washlri  L   double   uollor,   (illowlnx  reolpo for nruava Jolly, wli  Preporo tno. fruit '  Jnir. " IMacd   Iri   a  "-- tkjV  l>v  . I now send:  ashinnr and steam-  ffffi.l&fct������uvA%^M XX * " ���������      ���������",  ' K ' a  (acimatitown, Pa.).  W iM.��������� Hot fty Tbowl 'inw" irnVTO Do you ,not moan a nut fllUng Instead  linwe this on. thooiotliosbarfovor a gas nr*.      of a nut diea^ngV'Watoh*, the 1 Corner,  iVMTIIi ���������,rv������  llin   1 irllt   until   tll'A  nOXt   mOI-nlllK. ��������� fj;-   n������������������;i..n.U-   nn,   onmitnUXno1       'I  livtnii undor  Jie. 11010. anornoiiitig.tno un to tho .wall  and oovui'lniT with another tin.    Snli-rialnfj  bread will stand moro .lmntihan oold, and  !oTiuon h.at.tt tomporaturo.iuHJbolow scald.  nn  Is all  thnt  Is  wuntod.     I, somotlmos  mvo liad the nrond imn so hot that I count  scfimoly handlo It when the spongo was rls*  for a rooln* lori-iiut amndwlchos,,  Yos, unfcrnilpntfta grape Juice is certainly 0; temperance tlrlnk.  JJdmeifmdc, Ginger Ale  ,  I notico that you soy a rcci>������ for homo-  mado glmcor ale has be ->-���������-���������      Cornpr,   f railed  hu 11101 iiIiik put liitu tlm two-nuurt  Ittlo wator. urn the moal ptniity-     -   thoy should Mi:  _ .   .jom*  "* mnltr   -      "        -"  WatJtt^ tho lnlxtura to Itoen It' froin" ���������oalil-  nu and an not lot a ilrauniit strllto It, nova  Iiitf.    In t  woln a fl  nas. if tii  ���������tir In W  'enough (lour to mnke n. good snorigo  x "   iiialce a ltftlo  lr������  tlie"oenterr'and;'wlion Tlio  a Is lloht. nut It into the hole, with a*  maVth_������  tho ton with flour._When light, mnlil until  the rtouah Is smooth, Mil .fins ahout two-  thirds full, ana when the dough has rlsan  wntlf It twRlne to ivi������p over tho edge of th*  '*Wlion .hie bread Is rlslnff'in, the bread  iitns und In tha loaves, Uooi) It IiirIi up nn  ton or iBe-oupboarrt or on tho.uppw slielf,  a*it wM'hot jtsnd flow or a draJght.  I liopo "T, II,'' wlllnsve good TiPenii,  sponuo Is..llRht^ jiu.t IMntoihe .hole, jylth.iui  dtfjrt   ���������....  unit,   >Btlr..<  sponuo Is light, put it into tlie no  iiiupri  wuter  as  Im  reiiulroii   to  desired auanttfy ^of ������lqt,iJS*lr Pia ������  tut,   ������tlr,������g -    ie top with  tor as im reiiuiroii to maKo. tlio  inntlty or dQURli. nnd add a littlo  ��������� again to &jn]tt Bnttor and enrlnlcle  Ith flour. ...when Hght, mold until  Is smooth,    inl I .fins ahout two-  iias been printed in your  ._   to seo It,   Will you mall  It to ������w noon? ���������    .   .      ...  Airs. J. A. N. <Ht. Nicholas, Va.).  I have explained,to you by poat thnt  with upward of 100 lottern a dny to bo  answered lt la lmno������8lblo for mo to uend .  reelnoa 'by .'mall,; Nor do  I  recall _tho <'.  imrtloular ono to!'which you rctcr.   Will  any randor having truotworthy directions  ror a homo brow of >������ln������ior ui.lo wupply  tho want of our qorreapondent?  Lard Instead of Butter  ..^������in0 Un'������.������|Bfo aomo .ono naked.If a good  cake  coulil  be  muCto   Willi  Jtird  liuiwid   oi  pound for pound" of fruit juloo and sugar,  with not a drop of water at any stage.  Allow the mlxturo to boll over a modornto  flro for. ubout half an hour, and tho result  Is a delicious jelly.  I tried "Pannlo M'<3vs"   "plcklcil rind,"  also   "IC,   M,. O.'s"   "chutnoy  sauce,"������and  round  thorn both excellent .   :       .   ��������� ���������     ���������  N,  V.  (California).  Thanks for your clear .and aatlsfaotory  latter.   I hope that "KftD, M." wllueoo  tho good recipe for gtiftva JeUy.  Angel Charlotte Ritsse.  ���������A. correspondent signing horsolf "N. Ji.  P." osksyfoV tho roprlnt of tho roclpo for  ;."Ang������rs charlotte llusse."' I Inclose o  prlntod roolpo whioh I out from a news*  im por ahd. which I think Is the ono aslcod  '    Angel Oharl.otto Itwooe  Ono aiid u hulf taltloNpoonfuls of gelatine.    ������.���������...  .......   .  0Un of sugar, 1^  served In American homes. I thank  this correspondent for her Inherent Ing  letter and well-written recipe.  In reply to "Grace D.": Snails do not  require feeding, as the edlblo variety grow-  On grapevines and feed themselves. Tho  sjiioTi gray ones are the best, although they  tinOU'ond dio moro quickly than the large,  .variety. I will herewith add a creoie  recipe for 100 snails:    .   :  Five cents' worth ot parsley,. 8/dried red'  peppers, 1 pound of butter, 1 lurge clovo of  garlic. Hash these Ingredients, very fino  until well'blended,' and add salt. ��������� Bosk-the  'snails In strong salt water for twelvo hours,  or until the "white wall" which they bulla  over themselves is. sottened. . Wash several  times and put into'a kettle, and cover with  boiling water to which hae betn aildca a  snrlg or parsley, a bit of thyme, 2 or 8  cloves, an onion, % cup of vinegar, or, If ono  , prefers It. a. pint bottlo of white .wlito (sou-  "torn*). Boil for twonty.flve minutes; re-  nio\o and drain.   With a toothpick, or nut-  filctc take each snail rrom its shell, break-  ng oK tho tall, or soft end, which Is to bo  tin own away, ns It is tho rufuso, Plnco the  snails In a cool place until the noxt. day.  N������w thoroughly clean ana brush the shel u,  which Is tho only troublesome part of tho  preparation. Lay thorn cavity side down  until they are drained of all water. In  eaoh shell place u miuli, punhlnit it as fav  back as nosslble with the pick or tho finger,  -.-.-and'coyer .with the hashed preparation. Dtp  each filled.shell in finely grated stalo hre?d.  crumbs, and about five minutes before the  time for servlngvplace In a hot ovon. Kat  Immodlutaly, as tliey becomo tough if. al*  .lowed to stand, They nre delicious. And  whllH I am. almost ashamed to confess  It,  ��������� 5>y: husband and I could cot 7,1 or IOO at a  .meal. , Tho seasoning must be very strong  '. m garlic  - ytltrB. A. ti.  (Pordham,  N.   V.).  .A Genuine Spanish Soup  ������������������-   Seeing,that one of the members wants a  roclpo for gonulno Bpanlsh ������wup, l give you  thp following recipe,  whioh  I follow  very  ,, often 1  or cornstarch,   piece  of butter the else of  an egg, :  Stir all Into the Juice of one can of pine*1  upple;   boll  together ror 5  minutes.   * when  cold, add the pineapple cut into small pieces.  Thin will make filling for two p|tn.  .Uako  the erust first; put Jn the pineapple mixture '���������'  ���������^and cover with whlpned cronm.  x EDITH N. (San Francisco, Cal.).  A tempting dessert and eas.ly mude.  And If you will examine It you will  porcelve that It Is not expensive. Our  California member Is Invited to fuvor ua  a������a������n., ^y;,.-   "���������'���������"AV"'" ,   -  ���������   \A  Lard in Cake  In answer to "it. V." (Culuugo) I con. say  conildcutiy that lard may Uo used In making  plain cake.   I hnvo so uHOd it for live years.  Butter is' much'nicer, of course, but 1  would never., undor any conditions, use. a  cupful or ovon half. 0 cupiui of lanl,. A  heaping tablespoonlul Is plonty and safe.  No ouo could detect It. Many of tho  farmers' wlvos hereabouts use It. It was  by chanco that I nntt learned of the prac-  tfco, as I a.n rrom Brooklyn, N, V., ami  have lived Mere but nlno ytars. Tho cake  In which the heaping >poonful of lard Ih  used calls for from 2 to 3 cupfuls of  Hour. j\s a rule, the cooks ami lioum-'  keopers horo do not care' to admit thut they  uso lard tn this way. but they do!  And  wliv not? It Is as wholesome,  and -  cheiipor than butter.        .     .  PlniiHti tell 1110 how the baking soda Is  added In tho recipe for never-falling,oako.  HVoup,';of. oold "wator. wi  ilotnn   stale   innonroons,  IPor a, family of.slx bollln enough water  iply all bIx slices of tr~**    "���������* ���������"*������������������  brown until crisp a u������ _���������..- ...  cup of salad oil.  when well browned  roiled:    1   dozen  Bssr-of������ rp.������������vr^v  eicport eake maker would try It 1  011*1  _     JIU|������II *,     ..,   .     W.M, J."*".������������������������"������. .MIPIIIII   Willi  I . hav������ ��������� ftlvon i this   latter  at  length.  Thar* have boon    no   many   dlfforont  roclpo*, and ao many confllotlnnr tosti-  , monies with ro������ard to salt-rlulnu broad,  rosult, ho known;  It twioe, and each  ona  pie si  Wliv  Ions,  it   would  .    jih5d. somo  would try It,ond let the  since th������n Vni1!^' lP<,.rt  0 cstae���������k ���������white  allien (Inl  tlmeiho  wus .delicious. 1 imd u hulf down peo  ~ 'without tellmg th  ess, ihelr op  tho cakes ope,  bread.lt*ts di  ample enoh cako* ���������  twnnted 1 thom to.  Wvery one pronoun,  ninrshmallows out Into small pieces, S table?  spoonfuls, r>r  chopped  oandled  ohorrlos,   U  pound of chopped und blanohod iilmoiids, 14  oup of Jioilliiu* water ami 1  pint of henvy  cream,   Hoalj. tho gelatine infold water ond  dissolve In boiling water.    When thn mlxturo Is oold add oream beaten until stlrf.  almonds,   njnenroons,    marshmallows    and ���������  ohorrlos, _ riavor  with  vonllln  or cooking  sherry.   Turn .Into a mold first dipped Into  cold wator and chill. Remove from the mold  and sorvn with angel cake.  Tho roclpo aoundn delicious.     Thank  you! [���������.������������������"  Edible Snails  Tito following lotter nliowa how eos-  mopolltun wa ara bBcomlnK, a������ It tella  how ona of our readers, & Now Yorltor,  cooks and sorvo* snails in lior own.  homo. While I know that analla can  bo bought at French reataurantj I had  not appreciated tho fain that thoy ar#  : to supr..,  ���������������. ���������.   .....  v0.n1?l brown until crisp a. bead of tarllo In  a half cup of salad oil. when well browned  take out the gorllo. nour the boiling, water  and the toast Into tho nil and let nil simmer slowly for a few minutes, adding salt  and poppor to taste. Herve In individual  bowls, putting, in tho bottom of each bowl  a raw egg before pouring In tho soup,  This Is the jconuln* "t;opa de ������J<vT whioh  .my husband, being Hpnnlsh, tnkos every  evening,  * I.wi'ljtlndly give to any of the members  recipes for Hpnnlnh or M<<xlcan dishes,  H. de D. (Monica).  \ X receive* bo many queries with regard  to Rfintilflh dishes that T. nm ������������r������ many  of our ruadem will be glad to avail  thttmaolvAn of your kind offer. I thank  you, in their nnmo and my own, for  your lotter and your Kind sutftfostron.  An Inexpensive Pie  May a  California member contribute ������  recipe she knows to be trustworthy r  Wneapple X*lo  One oup of sugar. 3 (ggs, % tsbUspnonfnls  flour?  I am  anxious to ksow. ...  8.   8.    (Aldoil,   III.).  I should stir tho soda Into tho croam,  and bo suro lt wan dlsnolved before add-  lnor It  to  tho  roat of tho  Ingredients,  Tho old wny of UIbroI^k it In hot wn-  , tor mcots with little favor no-waduya.  > ���������  ���������. . \ ..    ~~~~~~  How to Coott Snails  A oorreaponoent oaks for jeolpus for cook-  Ing snntls nnd vo,i r������fer >hn auery to rv  committee or the whole. It is a nleasure to  respond to the best, of my ability. ..Only  tho in mo shviled or "Uomiiu snail" Is  used as food, or rather,as a delicacy, tn  southern countrlos, , Thoy aro used In. the  winter nlnno. During thot season a lid. Is  formod wlilc** makes the shell alr-tlght.  Nona  with  mis   Id  opi.n should^ he eaten.  vfnnh nnil boil twenty-five unopened snails  In suit water .for ono hour, "While they  are still hot null out tho boiled snails from  tho shells. Chpn thom and BddL S ounces of  butter, 2 tablespoonruls of. breadcrumbs  and the sunn t>t cream, 1 tablespoonrul ut  iiiirslr>v: snl*. neprier nnil nice tn tsst*.  Iteflll the cleamw/ hhfUn. rotii'M mti't #������-rve  hot. I.OUIBIC   IS.   II,   M,   (Chicago).  I������*t>ro!������nor������ who eat and Ilka snaUs  ask, in return for our exclamation or  wondorlnir disgust,. "Why not, as well  aa oystom and shrimps?      ������������������  "Or, for that matter, why Is a clean  land snail moro objectlonnhlA ns nn  odlhlo thnn your dlnmond-baclted terrapin, your soft-whellcd orab and th������  bullfrog legs you rate as a dollaaoyT"  it muy be, as they artlrm, a mattor  v ** , i- ���������.'  of prejudice and custom' that we despise  the snail and enjoy otama and tui'tlo. It  is poBHlble that, dlapasslon&tely corialrt- v  crod, tho i^ayislii - gtutlnobs.ysrewBomo  "mans.'.devoured in AmyAkiglitAW'aAlius-; ^  "'an . count ovposltoyx too:''������t IfrffflmanA  hotel ;Wkh not; a whit more offensive'"to) - 7  him than a l*owlAof >yHt������?ri bltcqiieyto; ;i  mo. All the samo, ,pi;ejudIqo( a'n^'i cub". A  torn aro mighty' x andA prevail! in' * the.'  American c������lalno,^i7anfJ,-;,h'o,moV''1'/^k*o������iy4V*i  inetlipd bf disposing of theicriiataceati -  creppeis. is   the   least Aolijoctipnablo  of v '  ���������y y'-rLimewat^t^-'y  STA;TIJ8T1CS prota tliat a largoVpro-���������''  portion of all tho bubloa born dio;'  whilo toothing,   it boaomos a serious  question   to . the /'anxious ''motlio*/--'.  how sho pan aid njaturo at this critical'1  time.   When tho tootli; la' ulmoHt ready' ���������,  to npponr, a Judicious rubblniir,,or al-';  lowinu   the child   to  bite   hard,"  safe,  substanoon,   la; of ton -\ lidalthful - and*  boncnclal;     ���������'���������',,, .;[),..";' ;...'.    ",('.y.;���������'���������.   ���������>.)[*  Have   yon  never   boon1 Aalatrriod   at-'  some sudden attack ot sIcltnoBB, and,  when your ffood doctor yras summoned, '������������������,  had him nfllrni-tho cauno to he tooth-;*  Intr, when nothing- in tho appbaTanco ,,:  of tho mouth would Indicate ;tiio com- ���������  Ing  of ii now tooth?   >Vo.Vthlim,'any  mother who has takon ouroful oboor-  vatlon will  Hay that often, whnn thoi  tooth lH(flr8t rorrnlnp;,'' tho wliolV or-';  Kunlaatloh   |g-<'ihdro   dlBturbo'ti 'than'.  when, tho tooth Is about rundy'tpmakOf '  Its appcaranco, ���������������������������'+. !\      1  ,  Now, how can wo holp matters moro  than by Ntipplyinfr a child what if,  llttln HyMtorn, most noods 'in tooth-.  innklnrj? ft wc tnko the trouble to  look Into thn > mattar, w* 'dfh'nU flniJ  that ovary tooth la composnd Iar������rnly  of"'���������������������  yi.; ;( ..xxxyy^y-   ���������..,  Ah soon an your baby has teached  a multublo n������������������ for cutting ip������lt\l put ������*.  of Hmon-atcr in rit������ 'tniik at  few drop* '  -onohAmfiai.    By  thus supplylnir-your  . child with Jumt Wlinr hot h������4������\������tHhlw  critical time, you will aid nritiiro In  hor work,, and prevent many troublesome, If not fatal, retultn.        "  v> *  yt,  ���������jV.>  SSSSMSMBMtliMM  Hb1b*bb1bb1bbb������b^^  mumeaMm: ���������a?  Hi mi-,  I'&ffl'Jl  1JV?5������������  HM  ������������������'J.'.S'.'-  I'  I  THE    CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW.  PROFESSIONAL  TAO  J.OLO.  H.  ^HOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  ft^^/eV^sV'sV'^eV "sV^^V^^a -%^/*V%^8^^- '%&%/^/%f������. <^>^/^tiy^^rXi^  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  'RAIL  B.C.  GHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B.O. Land Surveyor and Architect  Plans and Specifications  CRESTON -."������������������   -  B.C.  T  j'  "&.  ANDERSON  British   Columbia   Land   Survryob  TRAIL  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & CO.  Real Estate and Insurance.  k^O-"t -o^  rri^y-^-:r->+',--^r,y^^+r-xii^y+xX-m.-  The REVIEW has the best Staff, best Plant and best Stock  g  i .   3    Sn i&is Corner of the World to execute Orders for    r  We  nave  S200.000  ior  investment   in   the  Crestou District which we will loan in sums  of  from   $500 to $10,000 on improved or unimproved fruit lands, also  on  improved  aud  unimproved town propeity. '  If you want capital to improve your laud, call  and see us for a loan.  Why pay rent when you 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.  We have the money to invest.  DO IN  1   IMIN  I  11 N  U  Services Next Sundav.  Presbyterian  Church  Services will bo held in the Presbyterian Ohuroh on Sunday next. Morn*  ing Bevvico,il am.; Evening service,  7:30 p.m. Sunday sohool ut 2:S0 p.m.  Yon nro cordially invited to join onr  Biblo Class  S. H   Saukissian, Pastor.  lohnson & 'Serai  ������j  HOUSES TO BENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  MISS L. M. SCOTT  Trained Nurse, of Rath well Hospital,  Manitoba. Ready for engagements of  any kind.    Maternity a specialty.  Apply Miss L. M. Scott, general delivery, Moyie, B. O.  GUY   LOWENBERG  Consulting Engineer  \^r  Wilson Ave.      p-..o. Box 38.  Phone No. 73      Creston, B. C.  ^-*������/^fe%^ '*^������k^*a^^%' ���������^.J^4'-^*^it ������^-^%,^^^, ^.-Q^^^-^-Sy  &&  CRESTON  B.C.  R. GOWLAND SCRUTON  ���������   A.L.A.A.  .(Diploma London Assn, Accountants)  Auditor and Accoustaxt  Balance sheets prepared and verified  Books balanced, opened and closed  Partnerships and company auditing  CRESTON       -       -      B.C  e     LOCAL AND PERSONAL.      ������  As Monday's noon east bound train  was running between Moyie and Watts-  burg at a rate of thirty- five miles an  hour the tracks of the tender left the  track and the train ran ior some distance in that way. No damage was  done. The news of this narrow escape  trom a bad accident was sent to the  Review by a passenger on the train.  For the newest lasts and perfect fitting  shoes, see oar line of fine shoes. S. A.  Sheers.  Robert Laurie l������������f t on "Wednesday. Inst  for Calgary where he will in the future  reside. Mrs. Ltaurie lef t on Tuesday for  Oranbrook and  had arranged to meec  Eggs for Side���������From thoroughbred  R. C White Wyaudottes. Good laying  strain.   ������1.50 a setting .   J. Cooky Crer-  ton.        ". ���������"  Mr. W. P. Stark, who arrived last  week from Basingstoke, Knglaud, together with Mr J. Heath, paid a visit  to Nelson early iu the week, returning  to Oreston Wednesday.  Mr. Stark called iu at tho Review  Office whilst waiting for the train and  discussed his plans for the ..improvement  Of the Devon Ranch during the comim;  spring. Incidentally hd informed us  that the flo-.v of emigration from England continues unabated, and oven the  news of Lloyd George's impending retirement through suffering from a  swollen throat, the result of his recent  prolonged course of Limeousiug, has not  Methodist Church  Services on Suuday next: Service  at 11 a.in., Sunday School aud Bible  Olnss nt 2 :SC p.m.; Evoning Sorvioo,  7:30   p.m.  F. .)'. Rutherford, Pastor.  y^inH^mMmX^y^mid^^.  RECENTLY OPENED  The Cheap  Cash  g~*  t iour ana r eed otore  Our Stock Ss New and Fresh  her husband and proceed to the. prairie j safficed to stop the rush  CRESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  Frutt Lands, Town Property and Insurance  CRESTON  B.  city with him on Wednesday. Mr  Laurie shipped a car of goods including  several head of hbrses last Tuesday. He  says that the growth of C&igary is  phenominal.  Have you seen the assorted stock of  Enamel ware at Ed. F- Johnson's hardware store ou Fourth St. ? If not drop in  and inspect for yonrseif.  On Tuesday evening last in the Meth-  tdist- Church the Rev. E. W. Morgan,  B A., Superintendent of Asiatic Missions in B. C, andFong Dickman, assisted by the Rev. F. J.Rutherford.gave  ���������"Smmence Now!  tijat we are paying *���������  c~4% Merest^  pcramwm cre<)ite& tri fhty  on.saving deposited..  & upward) subject loWifti-  8ra\������a,ll������rcheq>uc&^  onTumcJeposttaof^  Wc mveat moncf for clients  m first mw1#^es&doa  general feudal buamesa.  wewaritK&ur savuife accnt  fc if you arc not aavin J *  q$w$itafcc, ^ ~ *���������* ���������*���������  fommeMeNowWnhUs.  ftepoaiTs ty mail Tt^T>  **^; easily "handled ���������  Yoiy&xiysend tytoraff,  Post Office * 6yprc93  Other or Re&wtcreo^  [setter & withdrawals  can be maoe *���������������������������������������������  * * any way you w ish.  \Msare RiSpoifeible  or To anyone to *  VAWG0UV6R-  Write as aWftto-iay  Bo it new! f!"  i .-.^jir-A**  f !  321 mmstnti,'  nfl.tr UC tl V e  entertainment consisting of lantern  slides of the work in central China Mi.  Morgan gave a short lecture on coudi-  cions in the East, while FongVDicbman  dddrassad the meeting just before its  close very briefly, and the Rev. Buth-  erford handled the lantern slides witb  apparent dexterity. &t the close of the  meeting a collection was taken up and  chose present had an opportunity of  subscribing what they choose towards  ehe Missions.  Por Sale.��������� Lots 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, Block  3, Dow'a Addition. Send offer to owner, Mrs. W. Wilson, 551 Fifth Street,  Brandon, Mamtoba.  The business of the Creston Clothing  douse haa changed hands and will now  uerun under the name of The Wislers'  L'ailor Shop at the old stand on Sirdar  Avenue, until later on they expect to  move onto new premines on Wilson  Avenue.  Have you tried the "Rising Sun"  flour at the Cheap Cash Store. T. D.  Bunce.  The countryside wftl Bhortly bo dotted  with something pew jln tno way ot  advertising fligus, which wi,U bo put out  by R. Lamont, the live real oatato dealer of Creston.  For Sale.���������820 acres of crown-granted  oxcelleut Fruit Land on Kooteuay Luke,  Lot 013. Apply, C. P. Hill, Hillcresi  Minos, Alncrta 16-th  Meals at all hours at tho "Wigwam  Oafo ou Fourth St., a short dibtftnoo  from Sam Hatfield'b pool room.  The concert anil entertainment in nid  of tho Boy Soouta will bo held at the  Mercantile Hall ou WodueHday, April  th������ 6th next, at 8 p. in. A full program  oonsinting of Hoiiga, drhln, recitations  nnd coiii-*fU������*fi will be prououted. TioUots  GO contH, tiuimren 25 cents. Tickets  cau bo obtainod irom any of tho Boy  Soouta.  A mooting of tho shareholders of tho  Crouton Park and Reoraatiou Assooiation Company will be held ou Friday,  thie evottin/, Mnrch 81 Bt in������6., in the  c/ffloo ot Eobert Walmimly. BubIuobh--  Th������ eoeotion pf directors and tho ap-  poiutn'.oat of an auditor,, oto,  Soo tho beautiful Knotor .oar.tjii and  uov������Ui������i at the Drug Store.  M. C Wlslor, a practical nl������n writer  nnd    pain tor.   has  embarked upon  a  painting mul hlMnuiUluK bualncao, hiu  utoro iu on Sirdar Avunuo.   Boo hln ad  I ������l������������whttfe in Ihii iuuo.  Mr. Stark, after a careful survey of  his holdings in Crestou, is more than  ever satisfied with his investment, and  intends to pursue an energetic policy ot  developing his fruit lands to their highest capacity.  He states that some of his acquaintances who have beeu foolish enough to  purchase goat ledges around about the  Kootenay and Arrow lakes, under the  impression that they were getting fruit  ranches, are already beginning to repent  of their bargains, and regret they did  not follow his example and purchase in  the genuine frnit  Creston.  Mr. J. Grafton, the well known rwi.1  estate doalor, who is interested in frait  lands iu tho Oreston Distriot, arrived iu  towu ou Tuesday with a party of laud  su("kors, who will tour the vailey under  hia suporvinion, with a view to investing horo.  Wo understand that Mr. Gra ton will  bring iu a large party of land seekers, it  being expected there will be some fifty  or so possible investors, during next  week, who will coiue principally from  the coal towns of the Orows Nest.  With the impending strike,  and the  general dissatisfaction  now rife among  the residents aud business men who live  in the towns where prosperity - depends  upon the regular payment of  wages by  the various companies, many of the well  to do miners nre contemplating quitting  burrowing underground for a livlihood,  and instead will purchase fruit lands in  the Kootenays.    Oreston should mako &  powerful appeal to this class of citizens,  we   have   in   this   district   everything  which thoy can require, the fruit lauds  of our glorious valley offer to them an  opportunity to gain wealth, health and  independence,   and they could count on  ���������receiving a hearty reception from the  citizens of this district.  Our Flour and Feed is the BEST.  Also Graham Flour, Oat Meal, Etc.  CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF  T. D.  flcPeak Block  PROPRIETOR  Sirdar Avenue  ^fcmmmmi  wmmmm\  The Review is iufor med that recent  legislation effecting telephone companies  requires that all ordinary telephone service shall be discontinued after 12  o'clock noon on Sundays. This new  regulation will take effect at the local  ,. . . .       """ *" 1 telephone ofiice at noon on Sunday next,  district surrounding      ,j^      ���������    ,_.    __ . * .  Mrs.  P.  K.  Hurrey  returned home  Wigwam Cafe  Recently Opened  =5-U���������  =    ^  from Nelson on Wednesday laBt.  Spring is.here, order your spring costume from Madame Garrett, the dressmaker, Victoria Avenue, opposite the  Methodist Church.  Last Tuesday afternoon Mrs.: Rose  Biel entertained a few of her lady  friends being members of the Ladies'  Altar Society of the Roman Catholic  Chnroh, while last Friday a number of  the ladies of this same sooiety spent nn  enjoyable afternoon t the home of Mrs.  J. MoPeaJt on Viotoria Avenue. This  little gathering was in honor of of Mrs.  Rose Riel on tae veye of her departure to  visit relatives at Portland and the coast.  Government Agent W. j". Teezel and  Jako Searson, Bridge Superintendent  paid Oreston an official visit this waek.  Pour hundred four year old Wealthy  and Spitzenberg apple trees transplanted  from the Watson ranch are this week  being planted on Sam Hatfield's orchard  land -joining the town limits.  Word has reached hore this week that  quito a large number of prospective' in-  vestors in fruit lands will reach Croston  in April. Then will be the time when  tands will change hands and if you can't  sell to them yourself, don't, knock your  neighbor's land,'. for < by your so doing  you will simply 'drive tho investors out  of the distriot/  Mr, and Mrs, Anily Miller will movo  onto tho ranch this week,having resided  in towu all' winter.  It is expooted that still ivuother business v.'ill be started ou Wilson Avonuo  uoxt to Mr. Jacob Smith's bakery and  confeotionory in tho nonr futuro. Wil-  hoii Avonuo will this spring be grndod  as far aa tho tank of tho C.PAR., and  whilo it way bo a short stroot it is bo-  coming a vory bnsy stroot as any passor  by can boo.  Who will bo tho next Stipendiary  Magistrate at Oreston? Without a  Stipona.in tho question that io bothering  uot a fow at prosont.  Mr. Botturill is improving bis ranch  aud will plant fruit troos on his fivo  acres just oloared, he having purchastid  tho troos through Walter. V. Jaoksou,  itgaut for tho Riverside Nurseries. Mr.  BottoriU will also start tho oroolion of a  haudiomo dwelling, which ho expects to  complete by May 24th. His laud is f-it-  uatod Jn a pardon spot of tho valley  about ono mllo from town,  Mr, Olrell in vory 'Ufloonsojato  thoso days, ho lost his, bet, it wits un  Knglbh yarrow after all.  Mr. Rose of Saruia. Out.  visit to his sou F. J. Rose.  is paying a  For Rent.���������100 acres of land suitable  for Dairy, Poultry and Hog Farming  situated within 1 % miles of five large  Mines.   House. Burn, eto.V  Easy terms  Apply C. P. Hill;  fiillcrest Mines, Alberta. 15-tf  The newest pattern i and all shades in  prints can be had at Speers Store.  The Ladies' Auxilliary of tho Presbyterian Ohurch will meet at the home of  Mrs. H. S. McCreath on April 7th.  First - Class  Short   Order   Restaurant  Meals at all Hours. Ladies are invited to our Afternoon  Teas, which we make a sppri'tltv of. Our Cookiwg is  Superb.       NO CHINESE HELP ON THE PREMISES  E. F. PLATT  ^������������������*^  >#*&&&  ^^  ��������� otoves  4^A  ���������  Call and iuspect our line of  stoves and ranges. Co.ok  stoves to suit, any price, our  stocks of tinsmith aud plumbing goods are complete* our  prices are right, and we guarantee our work. Call and see  us when wanting anything in  these lines  We  are   glad  Grace Quaite is  her recent illness,  to  report, that  Mifl  now recovering from  Mrs. Trombly, mother of S,I3,Trombr  ley, Im rapidly recovering from ths  effects of her recent nocideut,  Mrs. Poohin, Sr., has returned from a  three weeks' visit to hor son A. D.  Pochin, at Canyon City. :  A substantial fenco is how being built  around tho Presbyterian Churoh and  manso under tho supervision of Rov.  S. H. Sarkissian.  Henry Watson came in f torn Warduer  laBt Saturday.  ���������   4ihSirtci CRESTON^ C. PhoneBS  &&      sT  ���������I "U"^ H' .��������� 1 j ���������__��������� .  iinuiimiji*"!!"  The Rfoersick Nurseries, ^^bI?**  Ib the NEARBBT NURSERY to the CRESTON DISTRIOT  Stook arrives in FRESH, HEALTHY CONDITION  -IM.-  For Prices, etc., write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON/ Agent, Creston, B. C.  mum*mmimmimimmi������mmm*miimmm  Wl.1R.Benttv������  CRANBROOK - B.C,  Th*  Funeral Director  mmm tm<mw m'^mmwrnnm i,, i, in���������wan  Complete  ROUGH  DRESSED  cPrompt Mtention Satisfaction Guaranteed  Let us Figure with you on that Building  "P.O.  mmtmttm  CRESTON, B.C  I  a  *s  'A  nu  M  :k  VI  ..���������.ni  J^h<i������itt������������iii������*iii������!.'������*������*w^ yi!*'*=.,������^*^^f,,**������."*.*\^j^^jjy;^'-������������������;'���������������.������-'i.')-!-.


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