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 i mrtmmm*mnmmem  1  ALL THE NEWS  LV ���������fcaT'.'r'feli&To'W"  ''district'"':;  "���������V  AS! Roads in East and West Kootenay Lead io Creston tt MAY 22 19 f ]    ^ ]j  r^iv������*������   ���������<���������* ., -     ������^;'       'jlM"** *1V*  ^ y -v, - fl ' * *  JT?1--- Y?*T?C?.:^V-S A  ���������+-*Sf*ra^' BV   ,j nut*  a  JLy-JB." , JTJL-/   V__^  J~i VTlTV %/  **-#&  SENT TO ANY  ADDRESS FOR  $2.00 A YEAR  No.' 42     3RD Year.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY,  MAY 19 191 r  Single Copies 5c  ^s^&^^^^^^^&^^^^s^^^^^m^^^^^^^^^^s^s&s^  Wise  haying of  j It is expeoted that the Rev. J.  j Beamish recently appointed pastor  i of     the    Methodist   churoh  here will  arrive in Creston in time for services^  on Sunday next.  After spending* the winter months  in the blue nose region Sam McDougall and son returned home last  week from Nova, Scotia.  Wise buying of anything, consists in getting the best possible  value' for your money  S  tt*������  U  a   wi ux**s90  *���������* "^"S *"*��������� 2"*  wire fence, made by the  Banwell-Hoxie Wire Fence Co., has the qualities of  GOOD WORK, LONG LIFE  and GOOD LOOKS        1  Call and sue our samples of these  lines,   <which  toill be   to your advantage   ^g  g   ��������� S. A. SPEERS,  Oanyon Oity  Notes  OF INTEREST TO OUR READERS !N APPLETOWN.  Tho C=uyca City Lnnaber Company,  hisjast finished clearing ������0 acres at  tbo mill, with the aid of the stumping  machine, * ���������>  The sawmill continues to run without  a hitch, making a daily output of 40,000  feet. -  -    <iuit������rO number of the growers' have  ��������� flushed planting trees, among^whom  Reclaiming  The Fiats  PORT HILL RANCHERS TO  SUPPORT REEDER AND  RECLAIM TO BOUNDARY.  _ .���������.ST VUU.. .lu������    i>Jlv;  reports published in our recent issues,  regardiug the work now being carried  on by Mr. Reeder and his associates -of  Spokane, reclaimiug 50G0 aores of land  overflowed by tlie Kooteuay river,  comes the news that Mr. O. M. Parker  a well known real-eitate man of Cope-  are- Mr������Sam������V.el8\5������rvrifii: 300 tr&es, AV>R"i5"itr 'IdalfS; and closely identified' with'  ' Swanson with 1C0 trees besides small  fruits; the Huccoch brothers are putting  two aore* into clover.  ' ' The Lumber Co. are fenciri ������ iu Lot  113 and seeding the same down with  clover.    On   this   property   they  will  ' build a 'Substantial residence,- for the  Expert Horticulturist who will have  charge of the important work of instructing the residents of the Oanyon Oity  fruit district, how tq make the most, Of  their natural advantages of Boil and  climate, in the way of -production of  the highest grade commercial fruits.  Societr affairs at Canyon City are  quietf as everyone is hns*, and the ranchers are ell working double shifts at  clearing and improving their properties.  b x  Frank Boost left on Tuesday last for  LiiJord Sablr;;-a towii south of Regina;  he is doing well there  in the general  .���������...,.*������������������������������������   .',-.' "'.-..-���������      .    . -������������������ .  store bnslneBs, and expects   to re-visit  Creston in tho fall.   ;  strBBbRIBB to tho Review.^  SCHOOL REPORT  the Reeder Reclamation Syudicate, has  baen visiting the various ranches round  Port Hill this last week, with the view '  of securing the signatures oi the owners  to nn agreement to iuclude their lands  in the lleeder scheme.   ,       '  A majority of the rauchers are signing up, aud from fiis it would uppeaiaL  that the reclamation of the Kootenty  Flats right to the boundary line, is the  project contemplated by tha enterpris-  Spokane Syndicate.  ���������  ^J J   JSelsoh Laud District, District of West  t������ootenay.  Take notice that I Rosie   Huuz,   of  Spokano Washington, occupation Spinster, intends to apply for permission to  .purohflBO the following desoribed lands ;-  Commencing at a post planted at or  hear the  Southeast corner of lot 8693  tbence West.40 ohains. South 80 chains  East 80 chains, North 80 chains,  West  40 ohains to poiut of oommenoement  ahd containing 610 aores more or less ,  ':"''��������� Rosie Hudz, Applicant.  J. Fisher, Agent,  Date April 21st. 1911 42-49  ii.  iv.  The "' Ci^Bakery " now ready for business,  CmEWMOmAYM^^  mm  <������  v We will carry in stock  FreshBreadv Pies and Pastry  Bread, .14 loaves for a dollar, 7 loaves for  5o cents, 3 loaves for a quarter, or 10 cts.  per loaf. Get a dollars worth bf tickets,  andhave your bread delivered at your  ���������A,.-. lioiisc.  z  THE LADIES AiD  The  old   church bell had long been  *������      cracked ;  Its call was but a groan ;  It seemed to sound a funeral knell  With every 'broken* tone.  "We need ������. bell," the brethren said,  "But taxes must 'be paid;  We have no money we can spare-  Just ask the Lajriies Aid."  The shingles on the roof were old ;  The rain came down in rills ;  The .brethren slowly shook -tfieirheadi  And. spoke of monthly bills.  The  chairman  of the board arose,  And said,  "I am afraid  That we shall have to lay the  case  Before the Indies' Aid.  been     patched  and  the  and tlie teat soft drinks,  refreshing any time you  ,  need it.  J   CITY &AKERY,    Wilson Avenue.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������,������������������*���������<������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 1  Crest\tcm  School report for April  .DIVISION I.  Pupils attendance,  31.  Average attendance, 27 or 86 p*r  'cent.  Perfect. attendiance-as foliowe:  Francis Talerico  Jenny Nichols  Vida Gofrbett  Olive Gilpin  Laura Edmundson  Bvaiine Danard  Written examinations were held in  the following subjects!���������Geoigr-aiphy,  arithmetic,' spelling-, drawing*, composition, memory work and nature  study. The per ceotage of -the total  marks obtained are as follows: ,  Fourth  Cl*ss���������  Bertha Hurry,  73 \  ��������� Ethel Huseroft,  68'  , .\xGeorgino. Cartw.rig'ht,  63 ������  Ijaura Edmundson, 55 ���������>-  Ella Dow, 53 ���������  Eva.line Dan������urd,  51  Andy Patterson, 41  Stanley Hendren,  39.  Jennie Nichols,  38  Frank Patterson,  37  Thelma Wisler,  35 .  Bert Arrowsimith,  25  Third class results are reported on  ������f monthly  wards  only.  ~  DIVISION II  Pupils attending,  55  Average   attendance,    45    or 82 per  cent.  Perfect attendance as follows:  Arnold Bains  Percy Boffey .  Bert Boffey  Charles Botterill  Frank Botterill  .Stanley  Boyd  George Broderick  Frank Bunce  Myrtle Bunco  Elmer Burton.  Wilfred Burton  Lillian   Oherring'tori  Rose Oharriiijgton  Beatrice Dodds  Jawies Dodds  Arthur Gobbott  Harold Gobbett  ���������Harold Goodwin  Erma. Hayden  ,".. Hazel Hobden  Arthur Hurry  Buth Klihgen������mith A ;     '  Annie Maione. y. 'y.y-:y;"  LonoseJ-Maiono  Lionel Mooro  Vivlainno Mooro ���������  Frank Rouimano  A M, Oai^twrigJit.  ..''./A y/.E. "V, Dawml.',  x';A)'y*X'''ry'.xX''' .-���������.''   ���������'";  LOOAL AND PERSONAL.  J*.,Barton pmild Crouton fi. yislti  last Saturday and rotumod to Cran-.  brook on Sunday loot. .���������  Mra. Elliott" loft tJio forepart of  thin wook foir Lucky Lake, Saelwvtoh-  ���������owam, .to Join h?r hu������ha������rd, ho liaving!  rocon'tiy booomo a Saskatchewan  rnnchor.  *  F.  Ohristian, tho now mama-gor of  tho Gmnhrook Prospector paid Orostou a buttlnoss/visit on Monday loot  Ho iH optimist c* over the futuro gf  Oranbrook and prod iota thut it will  bo the larg-eat city of tho Kootjonays  in tho nvar future.  Ho flays his paper Ih issuing ������. Coronation atvd aou-  vonir  edition of   Cratibrook <vnd dlw-  trlct   which    will contain 83 pagosi  and will have an artistic throo color  cover. Un'tor Mr. Ohrl������tl������n'o ni*ainflgo-  ���������niont tho Prospector is Itolng niado  av good papor and wo wish hhn ouc-  cohh in tho futuro.  Mrs. W. K. Brown who rocontly  purcihiiHcd tho storo iM-lildimg of JO.  Bimt on Vlctoriia luvonuo will glvn  tlm liUlKlhig ii, Uiojotiyh ovoHiauliiig  at once,  The carpet haid  patched  - Till 'quite beyond repair,  And  through  the  aisles  and on  steps .   ,.    ..  The boards showed hard and'hare.  "It is .too bad!"  the brethren said \  "An effort onus* be made  To raise an interest on the part  Of members of the Aid."-  The preacher's stipend  was behind :  The poor man blushed to meet  The grocer and the butcher as  They passed him on the street ;  But nobly spoke the brethren then :  "Pastor,  you shall be paid :  We'll call upon the treasurer  Of Oreston's  Ladies'   Aaid.  'the way    to  "Ah'! " said the men,  iie&ven  Is long and hard and -steep ;  With slopes of ease ;on either side.  The path tis hard to keep.  We cannot climb the heights alone ;  Our hearts are sore dismayed -  We ne'er shall get to heaven at all  Without the LradiesJ Aid !"-   +-   women have always had  the reputation of excelling in devotion as mothers, awhile Englishwomen have been considered the-most  devoted wives. In England, the'husband and wife usually take their  -holiday trips together: in A*meric������,  the mother and children make their  holidays together, and the father,  when he takes one, usually takes it  alone or with other men. The recent development of, athletics for  women in this country is transforming women's lives in many ways,  and in nothing more beneficial than  in making them more capable of being companions for their husbands.  They are gaining strength, in hardihood, in cheerfulness and breadth of  interest by their concern for sport.  A wife who can ride to hounds,  tramp across country, golf, play ten*  nis and sail a boat combines the attractions of comrade, friend and  wife, and triples1 her power. To add  to a capacity for outdoor life an. intellectual interest* in politics from  tho daily newspapers, and a well-  bred abstentation from domestic  themes of conversation would doubtless mako the American woman the  most desirable wife in the world,  and perhaps tho nursery would find  her just ns delightful and as influential a power if she came to it froni  time to time fresh from a larger  world, instead of J inviting her vision  to its four walls.���������Geo. Harvey, in  "North  American Review."  FIVE ACRES ENOUGH  Mr D. S. Timmons, President of the  .fruit-growers Association, is a firm  believar in the theory of a small acreage well cultivated, rather than a larger  block of land only partially planted.  He has personally demonstrated the fact  that a five acre plot brought under thoro  cultivation, can keep a man about the  size of the President of the Fruit growers Association, pretty busy, and at the  same time give him a good living.  On his 5 acre plot he has 7iw Fruit  trees. Besides these, this small parcel  ot land produced last year for the owner  2!00 crates of strawberries, 150 crates 01  raspberries, and efght tous of potatoes,  whicn were grown ou two acres; he  plums the potatoes and small iruits  right in auioug the fruit trees, and is a  strong believer iu fertilising the soil  when needed. In addition to this he  changes the crop each year: by these  means he always keeps the soil in first  class shape. Mr. TimnioiiB Bays he is  coiilideut he cau make $1200 per year  oft' his live acre?, his theory being that  a strawberry plant does not take up any  more room than a %veed. He turiueu  fur ycais in Olilanouia U. S. A , aud  states lhat on his Hie acre plot at  Orescon, he cau raise utore produce thau  on ten acres in Oklahoma; us a growing  country. Mr. Tiuuuoub thinks that the  Ciestou District breaks all leowda, as  ouiou seed planted oy him Lnly teu days  ago, is now up out of the ground. Tho  borry ciop so tar has beeu excellent,  aud cheio is every prospect ot another  bumper crop this season. Money talks  but sometimes it does not pay to listen,  and u& us proof of these statements re  proliho giovvth 01 fruit and vegetables  on his five acres, Mr. Timmons within  the last month, remsed $5,900 for hib  five acres, ana which otter can be vouched tor by a local business man, the  would be purchaser having fallen iu  love with thac. live acre plot as soon as  he had seea it fairly grouuiug with its  load of vegetation.  "What has beeu doue by Mr. Timmons  can be doue by utuers; in the Oreston  District are some 90,000 acres of orchard  Itiud. Crestou offers, alike to the spec-  culator, and to the man who will take  oil'his coat, the greatest" opportunities  uf any  fruit district ou the continent,  Pay Roll  For Oreston  DUCK   CREEK  ctabt U/ABK  MILL  WW  ��������� ���������  .s  Tur  ���������   m  u mm  DAvsrta a  WILL  UNCLE SAM'S LITTLE GAME  .  1   "We 'have, (however, what other  countries do not have���������am easy, im*  mediate and effective preventative of  these natural causes of any further  increased cost of living. It is found,  in commercial reciprocity witih Canada, thougih unwisely wo have exhausted our resources to tho diamger  point, Canada's resources liairdiy  havo been touched yot. ..The. free admission of the products of;tho Oan-  adinn field and forest almost om-  mediately will check this inccease  ���������it is certain, to .proven* aoy.iiuv  ther increase and in timo to reduce  tho cost of living ao far an natural  causes aro concerned.���������Senator. Bev-  erdigo In ��������� the Saturday Evening  Post..:. -.'.''''.,*  A. A. Murphy, of Murphy Brothers,  Banners Ferry, who hare taken over  the Grady sawmill at Duck Creek, w������b  in town yesterday, and went on to  Dack Oreek by last nights freight.  Mr. Mnrphy says that he expects to  have the mill going in two weeks time,  and will employ at least fifty men.  The first work will be to fill a large  order of ties for the Canadian Northern  Railway, and the Southern Alberta  market will also be looked after. Mr.  Murphy expects to move his family into  Oreston in a couple of weeks time.  Among the many improvements the  enterprising new owners have planned  for the mill/is the provision of ������ logging flume and a' lumber flume, to convey the logs to the mill and the lumber  from the mill to the railway. This will  do away with the expense of teaming.  The Messrs Murphy aie both practical  men, themselves millwrights and stationary eugiueers, and can thus do the  work to great advantage.  Nelson Land District-District of West  Kootenay.  Take notice that I Stephen Jeffery of  Arrow Park B. C, occupation rancher,  intedds to apply tor permission t j purchase the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post .planted about  20 chains West of the Northeast corner-  cf lot 8028, thence North 80 chains,  Wedt 40 chains, South 80 chains, ana  Eefefc 40 chains to point of commencement, and containing 820 acres "Soto or  less.  Stephen Jeffery, Applicant  J. Fisher, Agent.'  Date, May 6th. 1911 42-49.  Nelson Land District-District of West  EootenaAr  Take notice that I Charles H= -Jeffery  of Arrow Park B. C, occupation Rancher, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following desoribed lands: -  Commencing at a post planned at or '  near the Southwest corner of Lot 870,  fcheaoe South 80 chuins, West 40 chains  North 30 chains and East 40 ohains to.  point of commencement, and containing;  320 acres more or less.  Charles H. Jefferey, Applicant.  J. Fisher/Agent.'  Date May 5th. 1911. 4SM������  Buggies and democrats nt cost, at W.  K. Brown's carriage work*.  For Salo.���������-020 acreB of crown-grantod  excellent Fruit Land on Kootenay Lake  Lot 018. Apply, C. .P.. Hill, HiUorest  Mines, Alborfca. :������������������* ,\.     15-tlt\  ' ' 'Y- H      . . '���������'��������� ' -  ��������� :   r ���������������������������   -,.'..,*-   y.yyy:.Av^.'  INFORMATION is desirod as    to  the    whereabouts of MJarg-dret   Jiamev  Fish,   nee     Brown, last heard of in  Halifax,    England.   Fleaso commiml-;.  ciato with A. B. '"Advertiser"- Office,'  Kimborloy,  S.  Africa.  ���������  Now Is The Time Of Year To Do Your  PAINTING PAPERH ANQING and DECORATING  We handle the celebrated line of  <3>  White lead  Varnishes  Pine linseed oil  { Boiled or raw )  Stains  and Decotints  Paints  Eloorlaes  o  Our new Sine of wallpapers  Including Walls, ceilings and Borders, is expected to arrive next week.  '.'������������������'���������:  ���������:���������;.  ���������x#  :'*������������������  v<r  *  ���������  Creston Mercantile Co.,������. I  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� n  THE    CKJfiSiON,    ss.  C,    KjsTvIEw.  mPERFUSVIE  OF THE  UDYINBLACK  By GASTON LEROUX.  Atribor or "The ny^ery oi tbe ?e!!sw  y ��������� ���������   Room."' '  I *������j*fk������  1  JPVRJGST.  !98S. Br BEENTAfiO'S  ' ��������� '���������'       (Continued.)  w������ had passw! through the postern  and found ourselves m anotner court.  Opposite us was tne old donjon, lis  appearance was more thau impressive.  It waa bigb and square, and it was on  account of its simpe mat it was  known as the square tower. And as  this tower occupies tne most important corner ot the lortiticatjon it was  also known as the corner lower.  "That tower yonder in the opposite  coruer." weut ou tsilith. "is the 'lower  of Charles the Boio. so called oecause  be was the duue who rurnishea the  plaus wbeu u^Dtvanie necessary to  traasform the deteuses ot itm cnateau  so as to make them resist tne attacks  of the artillery. Did Bob bas made  Shis tower bis study. 1 have, uever  been able to refuse old  Bob anything  We have, seen that the round tower  had beeu In years past torn down to  half its former height.  This tower bad a number of tiny  chambers above and an immense octagon chamber below. One descended  j into this chamber hy a steep and narrow stairway. The ceiling of the octagon room was supported by four  great cylindrical pillars, aud from Its  walls opened three enormous embrasures for three ������'uortuous cannons, lt  was of tbis room that Mine. Edith  bud wished to make a dining room.  The great windows had been enlarged  and made square, although tliey were  still guarded by barriers of iron. Tbis  tower tshowu on the map at L> was  the spot chosen by Mme. Edith's uncle  for a workshop and the abiding place  of his collection.  Of tbe chateau of the seventeenth  century, known as the uew castle,  they bad only repaired two bedchambers on the hrst door and a little sitting room for;guests, it was to these  that Rouletabille and myself were assigned. The Darzacs were lodged In  | the square tower. Two rooms the  ���������windows of which opened upon the  balcony were reserved iu this square  tower for "Old Bob." who slept there.  M. Stangersou was in "la Louve," in  the rear of the Kuuce, suit.  -Mme...Edith herself showed us to our  rooms, which recalled to us nothing of  that magnihceut past. They had been  swept and garnished with a care that  was almost touching.    As 1  have al  were separated by a little parlor.  After dressing for dinner I called  Rouletabille to ask him it he were  There was no answer. I weut  Into his room and discovered with  surprise that he bad already gone out.  I went to the window of his room,  which opened, like my own. upon the  empty court.  But   what   was   that  dark  shadow?  fee wanted.  Old Boh." she added, with    ready   said,   the   two   sleeping  rooms  a charming smile, "is my uncle.  That j  ia the name lie taught me to call turn j  S>y when 1 was a little thing.  Be went j  to Paris on the 5 o'clock train, but he ) ready  will be back tomorrow.   Ah. here is au  oubliette"'  And sbe showed us in the center part  of the second court a small shaft  which she called romantically au ouoil-  ������"tte and above which a eucalyptus  tree, witb its white blossoms aua its  leafless limbs, leaned like a woman  over a fountain.  Since we bad entered thu second  court we understood better���������the topo-  graphical plan of the Fort ot ttercuies.  Xbe castle bad been built in 1140 by  tae Beigneurs of Mortoia. In oroec  to isolate it completely from the mud  tbey bad made an island or the peaiu-  sola by cutting away tne narrow isto-  mus which connected it with the aiain-  jfltui. Xhe isthmus "ui the cour?=e ol  the centuries bad again resumed its  old form, the drawbridge had Deen  thrown down, and the trenches Bad  generally returned from these expeditious witb a respectnhle collection of  tibiae and femurs aud also witb a rich  display of skins of wild beasts, which  showed tbat the old savant knew bow \  to use more modern urms than the  stone ax und bow and nreow.  All these details were given me later  by Arthur Uance himself. He had  been one of "Old Bob's" pupils, but  had not seen hitu in many years until  be made the acquaintance of Misa  Edith.  Miss Edith, upon the occasion when  Arthur   Uance had  been   presented to  her. hnd seemed somewhat more mel- i  ancholy than she usually was. because '  she had received disquieting news ot \  her uncle.    The tatter tor four years |  back   had   been   absent   in   Patagonia.  |  In hia last letter he had told hlg uiece '  thut he was ill und that lie feared that '  he should   not  live  to see  her again. |  Three  mouths  later,   however,   having i  received   another letter, she suddenly j  resolved to go all alone to South Amer- j  lea and join lier ur.cWv    During those ,  i three   months   important   events   bad  transpired.      Miss    Edith    had    been  touched   by   the   remorse   of   Arthur  Ranee,   and   when   Miss   l-*rescott departed for PiituKonl't no one was astonished to tind that "Old Bob's" old  pupil was goipg to accompany her.    If  the engagement  was not officially announced, it was been uae. the pair preferred to wait for the consent of the  geologist.     Miss   Edith   and   Arthur  Ranee were met at  St.  l.ouia Dy tho  young  woman's  uucle.     Uance.   who  bad "not .seen bim iti years, declared ...to.  him that he bad grown younger. When  his niece informed htm of her engagement  the uuele  manifested  great delight.   The three returned to Philadelphia for the wedding.   Miss Edith had  never been In France, and Arthur determined that their honeymoon should  be spent there.    Aud tt was thus that  tbey   found,  as   will   he  told   a   little  JEWELED  DOG  COLLARS.  Worn   by   Pampered  Pots of Society Folk.  Standing erect at tbe prow of a little J later, a scientific  reason  for locating  boat which a hshermnn was rowing,  keeping rhythmic time with the two  oars, 1 recoguized the form of Lar-"  ean. Why should I try to deceive myself by saying even for one moment  that I was wrong> Be was ouly too  easily to be recognized.  Oh. yes; it was ne! it was "the  great Kred." as we used to call bim  ���������wben we looked upon him only as the  wonderfully resourceful aud brilliant  secret service ageut. The boat* silent,  ���������with its motionless statue at the prow,  passed beneath the windows of the  square tower and to the shores of the  filled up. The walls of the Chateau ��������� 1'ointe de GaribaJdi. The man stood  of Hercules followed the outline ot I erect, his arms touted, his face turned  the peninsula aud were built ripoii tne i toward the tower, a diabolical appari-  rocks. and the latter in seine piacvs ] tsoc ca the threshold of the night,  extended over the waters in such a ; wbicb slowly crept up behind him ahd  manner that a little snip might nave \ enveloped him in its shades,  taken shelter beneath them, fearing no 1 When he had vanished 1 lowered my  enemy, while thus protected. ibis [eyes and beheld two figures in the  building was tuarv-elousty well adapted \ Court of Charles the Bold. They were  for defense. i near the little door of the square tow-  The fort was entered by way of th������ ! '������".'    One of these forms���������the taller-  north   gate,   which  guarded  the   two j  towers, A and A', counected by a pas-!  sageway.    These  towers,   which   had.;  suffered greatly during the last sieges  of the Genoese, bad been repaired to  some  slight  extent  some  time after-  ward and bad*shortly before we came  to Jtochers Rouges beeu made habitable  .-. by. Mrs. Ranee, who used them as servants' quarters.    The front, of tbe tow-  ���������ar A served as the keeper's lodge.    A  little door opetied in the side of tne tow-  er upon the passageway and enabled  nny one looking out to observe an those  who came or went.    The entrance to  tbe castle was closed only by a little  gate  wbicb  any  one   might  open   at  will.   This entrance was the ouly one  by which It whs possible to get into  the chateau.   As I have said. In puss.  Ing through this gate one found ntm-  ���������elf in the tirHt court, closed in on all  aldea by the wulls und the towers.   As  to the towers B. If and B", which had  for  a   considerable  time   longer  pre*,  nerved thoir uniformity aud their tirst  height and the pointed roots ot which  bad been replaced by a platform designed  to support the artillery, tbey  bad later beeu i'uz<*l to tbe height of  the-  boulevard   parapets,   and   their  ������hape Bee mod almost like that ot a  hnlf moon.   The new castle on tbe plan  la at CO*.  La Louve. aa I have said, bad not  been changed at all. but still reared.  It* dark hulk against the blue waters  ofthe Mediterranean, a strange, weird,  figure, looking thousands of years old.  I have spoken a Ino of tho ruins of tbo  cbapet Tbe ancient commons (shown  on the mup by Wi, ueurthe parapet  between R and IV. hud been transformed into the stables and thi* kitchens.  One could only peuetrute into the  second Inclosure through tbo postern  indicated by Hi. which Mnn. Arthur  Itance culled "tbo tower of the gardener" nnd which was actually only a  pavilion, formerly defended by tho  tower B" and by nnothor tower situated at 0 und which had ontlrely dis-  Appeared at tho time of tbo erection  of rbe new castle (shown at 0 C������, A  most and a wnll started from R" to  ������ibut on I nr tho Tower of Charles tho  Bold: advancing at C In tho form of m  spur to tho midst of the Mn*t court  nnd entirely iMniutJng tho court, whioh  they completely HomiVI in. The wont  ���������rill exiM**, wide and doon. but the  walla had been torn uown nu tna  length of tbe now cuatle and replaced  by tbe walls of the castle I wolf.  'The pavement  of trio inner conn���������  tbe Court of Chnrlos the Hold, ns the  oul guidebooks of tlu* country call It  ���������till-wan a littlo higher than that of  tbe outer court One could penetrate  Into tbe old castle only (designated  by V, by a little door, K. The old Inhabitants of tine country n������**w snoke  of it except am tho wijunre tower, to  distinguish it from tho round tower,  or tho Tower ml Charles tint Hold, as  thoy Moniotlin*** culled tlio latter. A  f>urii|"'i similar io the oue which  chmed li������ tho otlior conrt mm built i������������-  tween the tower* Uw, V nnd I* Hosing  the iiiiior court aw urmiv um the outer.  was supporting tbe other and speak-  iu ivuca o������. entr^otiy.  o ft* .v. r,to<l  break   away.  If  to  throw itself into the sea.   1 heard tbe  voice of Mme. Darzac say:  ' "Be ��������� careful. It is a gage of de-  jfiance. Vou shall not leave me this  evening." Rouletabille's voice answered: "He must land upon tbe. bank.  Let me hurry to tbe bank." Matbilde  Bpoke again. Ber voice was terrible i  to bear. "1 forbid you to touch that  man."  1 descended to  the court,  where 1  found Rouletabille alone.    1 spoke to  bim. but be did not answer.    1 went  on into tbe outer court, aud I saw  Darzac coming toward me In greatest  excitement.   He called out:  "Did you see bimV"  "Yes, I saw bim." I replied.  "And  ahe���������uiy   wife���������do you  know  whether sbe suw hi m V"  "She saw him too. She was wltb  Rouletabille when he passed."  Robert' Darzuc was trembling like  an aspen leaf. He told me that when  be saw tho boat und its passenger be  bad rusbed like a madman to the  sborev but that beforo he bsid reached  tbo Polnte de Guribaldl tbe bark bad  disappeared as, if by euchantment.  X>ar������ic left we and hurried awuy to  seek . Matbilde. But be returned  gloomy aud grieved. The door of bis  wife's apartment was locked, and sbe  would not see bim.  We remained together upon tbe ram*  part gazing at tbe night which bad  carried   Lursun   away,    lu  order  to  change the direction of his thoughts 1  nsl'od hini a fow questions regurdlng  tbe Uance household,  lie told tne rhut,  after tbe trial at Vermillion, Runce had  returned   to   Philadelphia,  and  there  ono evening at it family dinner party  be bud found himself noutcd hcsldo a  charming young girl who bud Interested hini ut once hy a display of inter,  est in literature and art.    Somewhat  haughty, yet  gentle nml melancholy,  she at once recalled to the young man  the homines of Waller Scott, who, he  aoon learned, was hor favorite author,  From   the   first   she   attracted   him  ���������strongly.    But Runce Imd so fnr forgot hlninolf ns to drlnlt too much wine,  He  never ronllxed   what  his offense  bnd been, but ho knew thnt be must  have committed some frightful.breach  tut politeness  when  Miss Krilfh.  wIMi  holglnonod  color,  requested  biro not  to address hor again.    Upon thu morrow he wont to call on the young lady  and  entreated   ber  purdou. swcurlwg  that ho would novor touch whie ugivln.  Huuce hud already known Miss Prom*  cott's uncle, the lino old ninn who horo  tho iiickiiiimc of "Old Hob" and wbo  was ns celehratisl for his adventures  as an explorer us fur hia dlncovcrlco  tis a geologist.    Uo seemed as gentle  as a sheep, hut he bnd hunted many  a tliror through the ptuniias of Houth  Amorlon     lie mid spent half his llfo  Mniiih   or  the   Itlo   Negro among  ttld j  I'lMiigniiliiiis  ii)  seelilnu  for the tmm j  of the i i'ii in ry pur liul. nr. ut least, for ���������  his fi.HHiiM   the  mini  wim must  Iuh"w  boon  onnii'itiiinrmionUH  with  ihe  lm*  iimiiihm ujuuiuioihM uud uuisiodohs,  U������������  In  the neighborhood of Mentone.  not  exactly in Prance, out a hundred meters  from   the   frontier,   in   Italy,   at  Rocbers Rouges.  .'���������'���������'   V * .      *.       *'      ��������� ��������� * ��������� ���������  The gong bad sounded for dinner,  and Arthur Uance was criming to look  for us. so we repaired to "la Louve."  in the lower ball of which we were'to  dine. When we were all assembled  Mme. Edith asked whether any of us  had noticed a little boat which bad  made the circle of the fortress and in  which a man was standing erect. The  man's strange attitude had struck her,  she said, then added:  "Oh, 1 know who it is. for 1 know  the fisherman who rowed the boat.  He is a great friend'of Old Bob.' "  "Ah. then you know the fisherman,  madame?" asked  Rouietahille.  "He comes to the castle-sometimes  to sell flsh. The people around the  village have given hini an odd name,  which 1 don't know bow to say in their  Impossible patois, but I can translate  it. They call hitn *The hangman of  the sea.'    A 'pretty name, isn't itV"  The repast was one of -the .'gloomiest  in thy recollection. The shooter of  Larsan hovered before onr .minds' eye:  we felt bis actual presence.  (To toe continued.)  THE TSETSE FLY  Wx^S^&Mi  This is the African Insect That Causes  Sleeping Sickness.  Scientists are still struggling with  hie problem of the sleeping sicklier,  that mysterious malady tliat hat-  caused more than 100,000 deaths in.  Africa during the past dozen years.  The disease is not hew, though it was  only recently that it became so prevalent as to attract much attention. For  many yearB it was confined to a small  region along the west cocst of Africa,  but in recent years the natives have  ceased to be bo warlike, have travel,  ed more, and the disease has spread  amazingly.  Sleeping sickness was often noticod  among slaves brought from Africa  during the days of the slave trade.  Sometimes the disttase did not, prove  fatal until years after the victim hud  been bitten. It was noticed that the  disoaso never spread and never attacked a negro born out of Africa.  it. was not until five or n:x yeurs  ago that scientists began to study the  ���������disease in,an effort to (ind n remedy.  It hud nl\vays been regarded as incurable. In fact, little effort had been  made by medical men to combat the  diseaBC. With the spread of the ailment and ti. i discovery thut white  men nro not immune Kuropenn nations became interested, and Dr. Roh-  ert Koch, the German sivvnnt. wns  sont to Africa with a staff of experts  fo nttidv conditions and try to find a  euro. Ilia efforts have proved tolor-  uoly successful.  It is known thnt the disease is  spread by tho tsetse fly and that as  this inBect always stays nonr running  water dwellers a half-mile or so from  Htreams are seldom sufferers from the  sleeping aicknoBH, and they never have  it unless thev visit the streams lo got  water, to flsh or for some other pur-  KoBe.    With  the knowledge that bus  een gained it looks as if the solution  of the problem is nearly at hand.  ��������� Luck.  "Have ony serious troublo with your  new nutomnbileP"  "Not a bit. So far I haven't hit a  single man without being able to get  away before he got my number.',  mmm*mmmmmimmmm*m*mmmmmmmmtmmmm  He Knew,  Fathor���������Do you roullr.o what goes  with betting and the ruco trade, my  son i- ������������������-���������y  Chftuncey���������Yes, father; money.  DOGGIES' SXFEHSTVS CO&&AB&  Tbe fashion changes tc dog collars  not quite as often perhaps as in tbe  clothes of the mistresses, but tbere  are sharply defined rules concerning  what Is correct in canine collar adornment. The latest mode for these collars next spring is a bright green leather, and on the ..right ..shade of dog the  effect is remarkably striking. Red collars are again in vogue -for black  coated doggies, and there is a model In  silver beads that is much approved. A  favorite collar of a dog in tbfe toy class  owned by a belle living at the national  capital is of - brown leather headed  with silver nails.; .OnAtbe bangle wbicb  dangles from the collar are described  the canine's name and address.  But the most curious dog collar Vou  record was ordered, by Aa Baltimore  man to celebrate the eleventh birthday of his favorite black and.tanVterrier. Dixie. The collar is of -diamonds, of wbicb no fewer than 700  were used. According to the Illustration given of this collar. It was fashioned somewhat in the form of a tiara,  with a pendant consisting of two  graduated pieces higher in tbe center  and narrowing at tho back.  Wouldn't You Like This CostumeT  Burton Holmes, the popular lecturer,  seems to be quite as appreciative of  the picturesque in costumes ns in scenery. Behold him In the illustration arrayed in bis 'latest sartorial find���������a  Moravian costume wbicb in Moravia  Is worn by the men of this Austro-  Hungary province.  What  woman,  seeing the  modistle  possibilities of this native dress, would  Domestic  -Joys,  Ho���������I dreamed lant night that your  mother was ill.  Bho���������Brute I I heard you laugh In  your sloop,  Singular Union.   ������  The  ninn   who  wuh  wedded  to  an  opinion found hi iti self married to u  onu eyed dear (ouo idea), .  m-nToN nomm w moiiavijuh ctomwiub  not Imro purchased It, us did Mr.  Holmou, for $0.48 of our money'i This  ������am������f woman would not allow bor bu������������  band or brother to nppear in It nt n  fancy dress party. Oh, no! Her motive*  would bo lens altruistic, mufcb more  selfish. Thi* Is what wonld happen:  fllie would pick off, nn It wero, th*  leading motifs of thia coattiino-~for Hi-  ntnuco. tho fascinating embroidered  glrdlo wltlt Ita long fringed ottds. Tbl������������  loot sho would wear nbout lit������ walat  of hot- new Hprlng bouse frook of pal*  gray clitfTon cloth, And tho boloro, If  this smart adornment auxwers to mier.  n inline in the Moravian tongue, shr.  would incorpornti* Into her wmnrtotur  lliigorlc blotmo of sheer mnirqulKett*  And tbo nceordloitj plaited nl-we*  ench plnlt of which la sold to bo thre*������  Inchon deep��������� w������*H, thesw maneben wouv������  make aevoi'tl #ummor gown*. ���������  ARMf ARISTOCRATS.  1   '    ��������� ���������    ���������!'  When Blue Blood In Adversity'Takes  to the Khaki Uniform.  "Private Sir George Adoiphusl"  "Yes, corporal?"  "Parade tor coal fatigue in canvas  clothes at once!"  And the aristocrat, brought into the  ranks through fallen fortunes, or dissipation, or need of temporary sanctuary, briskly obeys the peremptory  command of an unfledged "lance-  jack" of a questionable twenty sum-'  tners.  Of course, the eminent person disguised in the King's scarlet may not  reveal his real name and ancestry;  but nowhere is it harder to keep a secret than in a barrack-room.    Letters  t������ . .     ���������     i _,..~    ���������_���������i.. . "u    ; i:������  Lliaii   univc    ucnuiig    ocoiO)   t.uiu   muu-  ference in respect to pay day; an exaggerated deference to' superiors; a  polite request tor that unnecessary  luxury, a teaspoon��������� such hints of  lotiy oiigin are not lost on plain Tommy Atkins!  For instance, when * a paragraph in ,  a newspaper caught the eye of a sergeant in the Shropshires some four  years ago, he went promptly to a  bandsman distinguished for his love  of literature in l������rench.  "1 will not cequire you to scrub  tables to-day. after all," said the sergeant. The bandsman stared. "Eyer  heard bf a Count de F���������':��������� of France,  tho one who died a short time ago?"  continued the non.-comy-  The bandsman blanched. The sequel was an application to a London  magistrate by tne bandsman in question for advice as to how he might  recover.an immense fortune left him  by his father, a French nobleman.  Gambling 'propensities sent the son  of an earl'.-into;', the ranks of a crack  cavalry regiment; prior to the South  African War; and an Irish peerwho  fought with distinction'; in the Burmese War was forced by his chronic  dissipation and resultant debts toy re-  sigh his commissioh. After , touring  with a theatrical company-, love of the  army returned, and he enlisted���������as a  comiiion private.  One of the Earlsvof Lindsay, who'  died in the nineteenth century,"had  been a sergeant in the army, and was"  the soil, ot aAprivate soldier. One of  the Earls A of Stirling, overwhelmed  with debt, enlisted in the American  Armjr as a private, and rose to; be a  brigadier'general';V'y and hot; very long  ago it was discovered; that' the brother of a :> baronet had; been.-. forced by  the pressure of circumstances to jofn  the Royal Irish yConstabulary as a  common trooper.  Doctors, and even one clergyman,  havo served in the ranks; and aristocratic "remittance-men" very often  find their way into the ranks of col  onial corps. One of the latter, having charitably adopted a deserted  Zulu babe and trained him as a scout,  lea;fned. years later that his dusky  protege had "royal" blood in his  veinsj and, owing to a chain: of circumstances, shad succeeded to the  chieftancy of ���������" a very troublesome  tribe.-.'/���������"' V,���������:'���������''V ''���������.-.    ���������������  But the ambitious if humble Tommy, in despair at the limited opportunities of advancement in our army,  has "often attained something akin  to aristocratic eminence in other ccun-.  tries' srmies. The recent appoint-,  ment of Sergt. Balding to the post ol  cavalry instructor to the Emperor ot  Morocco at a salary of something like.  $6,500 a year, is proof of this. Then  there was Trooper Ward of the York-i  shire Yeomanry who, being deputed  toPfake some horses to the Prince oj  Parma, so impressed the latter that  he was retained as groom at a high  salary, and rose to be a baron anq  commander-in-chief of the army oi  Parma.  But perhaps"jt' more amazing record,  in its way, . was that achieyed ' by  Thomas Castine. He rose to the rank  of sergeant.in "The King!s Own Regi-  ment," and ���������' then, overstaying hia  pass, escaped on board a smuggling  lugger to Dunkirk to avoid being ar-  rested as a deserter. Never was a  misdemeanor more fruitful of good, for  he wn<* made much of in the demo-  orotic French army, became a colonel  of infantry, peiioruied heroic feats as  a general of division-���������and yet was. nos  clever enough, to escape the guillotine  for political mistakes! On'the other  hand, a French Tommy succeeded in.  becoming a major-general in the -British army.. This was Claud Martinr  who left the French for the British  army's ranks in India, became inspector-general of the artillery of the Na-  wab of Oude at a salary of $15,000 a  year, amassed a vast fortune by':,other,  means, and endowed the Mnrtiuieres  in Luckndw and other towns,.,   A  '  Considerate. , y.--J-y  Mrs. Bonham���������You look mad.       1  Benhnm~-I am mod,   A man' called  mo a born fool to-day. "���������'���������-:���������  Mrs! Bonham���������-You ought not%to got  mad about it.    I i think it was very  considerate  in him  to  blame  it. on  your 'ancestors.  '������������������   '.  .       , 1.   I.   I.!    .V -~ ���������  >Tho 8lcitly Qojf Playar'i.  A golf player who had been badly  beaten by his opponent explolrtod to  him that ho hod been suffering all  day from neuritis, "It's a curious  tbinjf," roplid'd^iiB opponent, "but  I've never beaten a man in porfoct  health in my Hie;"  Hit Solitary Satisfaction.  "Does Jawley always chow gumP"  "No. WhyP"  "I never soo him that his jaw Isn't  wagging."  "Oh, that's bocnuso he delights' in  Raying to himself the thingo ho would  uiy to his-wifo if ho dared.",  A Smitten Conscience.  Dr. Fourthly���������I believe my sermon  on sincerity this morning sank deep  Into somo hearts and did good,  Partflhionor���������-Yes; os Fo!oy and hi**  wife wont homo ho explained to noo*  ilo on tho street oar tbat his wife's  IN CANVAS WOUK,  Design Quickly Made and Won*  denully Effective.  FOUNDATION PERSIAN CLOTH,  Pillow   Tops.   Hat   Crowns  end   Even*  Dross Trimming* Are Smart and Up* x  to tno Minute Whon Carried Out In*  the lMevt������ Embroidery.    ������  Canvas worn bas tbe advantage of  bciau quietly u*>*onirnt2 hikj this is to-  many workers a v������*ry Important quality. Tbere are always uew kinds of  canvas cloths avullable tor tbe novelty bUDter, and many ot tbe Satest  ara sutnclfnt to urluy canvas embroidery into grpiitcr prominence than ever.  One ot the rieww<t  maises'ls tbe Per*  ,slan canvas. ������*������ bleb possesses a soft  finish, excellent tor working-purposes-  and for keeping Its shape after wash-  ' log. tbpre beitiK no stiffening .agent  ������s������*d In Ita manufacture.  So far as threads go, either Silk, cotton,, embroidery  bar or wool may be* ,  m^il on any of jbe regular types cj*  foundatlou   cnatenal   and   check   can*  OOBSBB naSIQN ON OANVAS.  vas. while for a pew effect a deslgb  worked tn crewel wools on Persian  canvas ts to De recommended where  richness in coloring is desired. As.  an instance ot the softness of effect obtained In tbis cloth a glance*  at tbe corner design worked In crewel'  wools will be coovtncing proof of Its-  beauty The canva-o ta made In various shades. Parts, eau de nil. olive,  gray and biscuit, and is forty-two  Inches wide. Tbis particular design ls>  worked In soft shades of blues and*  greens. The latter color ts used for tbe  edges of the border, the stems of ther  Sowers aud th*. triangular ornaments-..  while rbe bln������*s are used for tbe Inside*  pattern of bonier and tbe lighter shade'  for the tlowprs.  ,������������������-,? ,f df,-  -    vf*~  The swonti tlJcRtrarloD -shows a ^design on Persian canvas, which is also  supplied in a variety of colors, tnclu*-  Inn   nolo   KI*ia&    r>������t-tju a/i*Aar%    cnH-o* 4n<l  &Sio-������  cult The design is quite light and!  pretty and is worked in satin and stem-  stitch, tbe leaves and stem in two-  dbades or green and tbe bowers ln>  two shades ot  pink,  while tbe long;  e  inir and teeth woro fnl������o.  A Big dob.  The Metropolitan Polico oj London  look after 8,200 inilct* of rendu uud  strootB.  Crowded London.  In London 000,000 persons nre living mure than two in a room, and  ������(i,000 nix or moro in a room.  onswn. woons on rsnaiAJt potrnnAnoni.  ���������titcbes from tbe centers of tbe tlow^  ers,and also tho French knots aro*  worked sr. yi-ssbw. The1 canvas worse  may oe Uniahed off by buttonholo  stitcb - and cixurbet edging, occordlnff  to the fancy ot tbe embroiderer. A,  great help to those wbo interest themselves ta thia work la the,, fact. tbat  small pieces'" worked in part to show  the sUtch and coloring of'tbe design*  are obtainable Hi trlHlbg expense, y���������;���������'  Aa tapestry eireota.AU througli th������"  drta-s world nowitdaJrbAarOy cohHldcreol  very nn^iirt, this work wlir como to  coiivenientiy tb the bomb worker for  . adorning not only >ibbu������ebold bolong-  Ings, but for dress, trimmings to b������ ,  used 'on hot ^prlng'troelts, and aolta.  Theso tonehoi* .of bubdworlt aro dla*  tlnctivo on n' costnmo and mean n>  lat^e o������renrtiturcvof money wbon pur-  cbiiuvd In tne shops..      -  ���������'\?.<- V  Plx������d Th������lr Hair Pleat.  It tieems to hnvo neon proved be*  yobd* tbtf pornd vent uro of a doubt tbat  porsoniM vanity nv the ruling pnsaton-  ur women, Blx pretty toieptiono glrlir-  In Netv ybrb nro aaid to havo ���������topped'  to arrange tlioir puffs beforo a banc*  mirror before tbey mndo their cacapo*  rrom ������ burnluu building.  Hnt~#hhi It's not only tbo dear  (Tins who think about their looks, Ua.  ten to tins #rory tbat a prominent por.  trait pmnrer told roeently as aiur  pnnsed with a little smile beforo one  of her pietiirw, that ot a round faced,  jovtni, en re tr������'*������oid gentleman, evidently oq the ciicy and comtortable eldo ot  ���������iitty ��������������������������� *  -Mr X. was boirldeO when ho fJmr  ������AWihl* portrait," twtld she. "On, ye",  he agraed tbiif the llkenewi was entirely wihi-raetory. What he objectiKf  to wnx I in; hnir. Now, thone cnreltwi������  white loi-ttt* crowtiiaR bit* good nntured.  ruddy tni* tbnit# om of thi* best point**  in the pieiure, but o������ ������nid: 'Why, if  I'd unown my bnlr would look like  tinti I'd newer bavo tut for a iwirtrnit  Cnnt jmn-er���������darken that bnlr no*-  ninm������ it er-grow down on my tow  ���������UMU UiOVHt'" ���������c  \-  r'     ^,  .'     '   I  THE    CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW.  **--# /  Si/    -  M'l  The Old Folks  find* advancingyears bring an increasing tendency>'  to constipation"..   The corrective  thoy  need" is  ������t  NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives  i r . - .     ,>t  "Entirely different from common laxatives. Pleasant to take, mild and painless.  A tablet (or less) at bed-time regulates/the- bowels perfectly. -, Increasing  doses never needed.    Compounded, like all the 125 NA-DRU-CO pre-  iparattons, -by fexpert^chemists.  "Money back if not satisfactory.  ^^������������������n    ^c' a b������z< 'If y������ur ^u^S^t 'nas not'yet stocked them.  ,   .-,      send 25c. and we will mail them.  NATIONAL DRUG &. CHEMICAL COMPANY  v'Of CAr^AOA. LIMITED. MONTREAL.   22  A Wonderful help  "Doctor, I called to thank you for  your valuable medicine," said the  young man.  "So, it helned you, did it? I am  very glad," said the doctor, smiling.  "Indeed it helped me wonderfully,"  was the assuring reply.  'How many bottles did you find  it necessary to take?"  "Oh, I didn't take any of it; I induced my uncle to take one bottle  and I am his sole heir."  ,*��������� A''burglar, "who. wflis caught vih the  ' act of stealing a baby, with other  household valuables, , was severely  lectured by the judge.  - "Why in-the world," lie asked of  ���������the prisoner, "did you try to take  that innocent" child away, from his  parents?"      v    -"'  "Sure,"   waVs   the   reply,   "I   didn't  ��������� ������    ���������      .,        -._._-t._ J��������� '>..._..*, JX        r~.i~.A        r.        1i44l-n.  [U1I1K     aiiyDuujr      nuuiu , ujuiu,    a.    m.\vmg  xhihg like that."          ������������������*���������  v               y     .      '.   .  * ���������"      '���������*���������     "  1  CURED OFBONSTiPATOK  IWIr. Andrews praises Drv  Worse's Indian Root Pills.  Mr. George-Andtews of Halifax, N.S.;.'  ���������writes:  "'JPor many years I have been troubled  with chronic Constipation.. This ailment never? comes^single-handed, and I  have been-a- victim'to the' many illnesses  ithat constipation brings in its train.  Medicine after^medicine I have takemin  ofder.to find relief/but phe and all' left  me in the same hopeless condition. It  seemed that nothing would expel from  tne the one. ailment that causecj. so much  trouble, yet at last I read about these  Indian Root Pills. . ,^..    :   >  ^Thafc'Was' indeed" a lucky day-for me,  for "I ..Wjafi so impressed^ with the statements made that -I'" determined to  ���������give them a fair'trial.  \. -  .They-have regulated my stomach and  towels. I am cured of constipation, and  I claim-they have ao equal as & medicine." ��������� ��������� , .   -   ���������  For over half a century Dr. Morse's  Sndian Root Pills have been curing constipation and clogged, inactive kidneys,  with all the aflnpents which result from  them. "They cleanse the whole system  and purify the blood. Sold, everywhere  at 25c. Va box 2  ���������Tommy de' Peystef���������"My brother  made ugly faces at you yesterday and  you didn't darst io iighfc. You pretended you,jiidn't nqtice^ifrh"  -  Eddie Tuffnut���������"I didh't, either. I  thought they was. natural."���������Chicago  Daily News. *'  ,-���������*���������    ' v  A Prime Dressing' for * , Wounds.���������In  some factories a,nd wS^hshops carbolic  acid is kejifei for use iny cauter.Eing  wounds and fiuts' sustained by the workmen. Far better to keep on hand a  bottle of Dr.i Thomas' Eclectrio Oil. It  is Just as quick-in" action and does not  scar the- skin or burn the flesh. There  is no other Oil that bas its curative  qualities.  The Wife���������"I had all kinds of faith  in my husband when I married him."  The Maid���������"And now?"  The Wife���������"Oh,' I soon^ discovered  that marriage was a great faith, cure."  Slickly ���������top* cottrfh*.  curia ���������������������!��������������������� ���������*���������������  ��������� tktomt mmA luada.      "   ���������  S3A cents.  '-JT  Here's a Home Dye  . That  ANYONE  Can Use.  J  HOME DYEING has  tiways beeu more cr  less of a difficult undertaking��������� Not so WhSR  m* .       you uso'1  DYOLA  I ONE"*All KINDS���������������<>������������ J  Send for Sssiple '���������  Card and Story ,  Booklet M * '  Th������ JOHNSON-  RICHARIJSON  CO.. Limited.  Montreal. Can,  The blu'eMevils so hate a fellow that  walks five miles a day in the fresh air  that they run away from him.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  Our idea" of soft coin i9 that which  we keep in the kick when we decide  '���������to-flag the'poker game!  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  ,-      CURE   GONSTIPATION.  Few other troubles afflict the ' little ones as does constipation. ��������� Every  change of diet seems to?, bring this  trouble ������pn and baby}, suffers from  he'adaches', fever,, disturbed sleep and  often ''vomiting. ��������� No baby- who suf-  fer&'^froin constipation can thrive  weljs $ <?onstipated babies are cross  all ithe. -fihtie and give mothers constant worry. The one sure relief for  baby *'constipation is Baby's Own  Tablets���������they _neve** fail to cure this  1 trouble and can tie" given to the little one with absolute safety. Concerning them *Mrs. yf,. S. McKenzie,  Prairie Grange, Alra.^ writes: "I  used Baby's Own Tablets for my  baby who was constipated from birth  and they rapidly-helped hetrw'arid left  her bowels in a natural condition."  The Tablets are sold _ by medicine  "dealers or at 25 cents" a box from  The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockviiie, Ont.   -7   William ICnke, who introduced  Patti, Trebelli and Christine Nilsson  to the concert platform in England, is  eigthy-seven years old, an age which,  he thinks, entitles him to be known  as the oldest musician in the world.  He was born in Prague in 1823, the  son of German parents. He is a pianist and has given concerts in associa-  tion^-with some of the world's most  famous artists.  4s  piscrst  THE BEST MEDICINE  for Coughs Z������ Couosl  TRY MURINE EYE REiEDV  For Red, Weak, Weary, Waiery Eye* end W  GRAftUl ATE������> EYELIDS -1  MnrineDoesn'tSmart-SoothesEyePain  Prarebts SaO Keriee Eye tttmttr. Uptf. 2Sc 50c. $M8  Marine Eye Scire, in Aseptic Tubas, 25c $1.00  C7E BOOKS AMD ADVICE FREE BY MAIL  Life would be a heap softer if our  rival wasn't forever plugging away  on the job!  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND GHfLD.  Mm. Wiksiow's Soothing Svrop boa been  I?Xi&i.?.v^ ,SIXTY YEARS by MILLION* of  /BKTHINCJ, with PBRFKCT SUCCESS. ������  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GVUS,  AXLAVS all PAIN CURES WIND COUC. sad  ia the best remedy for DIARRHCEA. It U *o-  solutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Km  Winsiow's Soothias Syrup," aad take oo other  bnd.   Twenty-five cents a bottle  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  f 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.  Blotting paper saturated 'with turpentine is- a sure' preventive against  moths.  m JUST THINK OF IT I  " With DY-0������LA you can color either Wool,  i  Cotton, Silk or Mixed Goods Perfectly with  il the SAME Dye. Mo chance of using: the  !1 WWOWC Dye tor the Goods you have to color.  If  one 'be    troubled    with    corns    and  warts   he   wiil   find   iu   Koiloway's _Corn  (Cure   an   application   that   will   entirely  ' relieve suffering.  Boys! Baseball Outfit Free  ;  v jo������ Utei������5Ao^d&;8^^  " ^ S>������WO to "the ���������������������������bov* out;   ,U-*on������l������tJi"'of a*  flalder'B glqvs and Oatcher'a mlt*. both  ulatlo  ^ff our high-������i*da������mboAMdInoeljoatds.printeS  iiatov^lyoolort and cold.^ThsM uH luci  "  !!*e������.at 6.for 10* x SV oat * ag������nt������ ������a;  Ag**;** a ror iv s til' oar * ngtmU ������ay'  ���������When #o!d. Mtura us th* mom������y. andi  M  -Life would be a monotonous grind  if we lived always an the sunny side  of the street!,,  .,     -\  ��������� v ,-j.<.,  Minard's Liniment relieves  Neuralgia  We  pray for sense,  jusl as if  w6  would  have   some use   for  it if  we  had it.,       . -   ' .      k  TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND AGENTS.  Agents Wanted by B. SHRAGGE,  396 Princess St., Winnipeg,' to purchase for him scrap copper and brass,  cast and wrought iron, old rubber  boots and shoes and crown lager  quart, pint and whiskey bottles.        i  LAMENESS from a. Bone Spavin, Rlns  Bone, Splint, Curb, Side Bone or simfc  lar trouble ean b* stopped with  V/henevpr you have a painVthink of  Hamlins "Wizard Oil. ' For Headache,  Toothache, Earache,* Stomach ache,  and many other painful ailments  there is nothing better., - -   '    ',  v*riU sand you the abora outfit  Yp&ld.     Any earnn'  |)aia.     Any ������aM������ vou  eannot ii.ll. wo will  ���������ohanm. ^ Tr~ WB8TKJUNT rBiSMIUM  . Dept,   * M������      ���������manUEMpf, Canada  When a boiled egg is the usual  breakfast dish, .vary it by breaking it  *������ raw into the egg cup, and cooking in  hot watqr to the desired consistency.  The flavor is qute different than when  cooked in the shell.  ^SrOKBTNE  9sll d*?d������������i02S isi t.������ssi>hle'vi ^itil^ fifish  bottle. fS.OO a liottfe ai dealer* or dollTorod.  Horse Book 9 D free.  __      ^.HSOUHXNKs JBS, fcs asan������:lB!!, St  aF% a bottle, removes Patntnl Swell Inge, fin-  *^-aP  lttrsed Gland*. Goitre. Wen*, Brnlaea, Varh  OoeeVeis*. Varicosities, Old Sores. Allays Pals.  W. F. YOUNG. P. D. F., 137 Temnle St, itAm^nU, Mast.  AIM ltan-W.nl hf MAK1IB BOLE h WTWHK CO, Wlanlpcg;*  ���������TIIK NATIONAL DHI'fl te CIIBUIGAI. CO., Winnipeg * Cob  ymrfi aad URNUKUhON BBO&. ���������0^ UiL, Viuuouveiw  Safe  From  Lightning.  What should one,do in a thunderstorm? On this point Mr. Killing-  worth Hedges, M. Ins>t. C. K , tjie  well-known English authorr.v and  author of "Modern Ligntning Conductors," offers some pertinent hints.  Sheltering under trees should be  avo.ded, nor should one stand on the  leeside of a haystack or bui.ding, as  rain dripping' from the top therer.f  may easily lead the flash in tne d.rec  tion of one's person, convening one  into  a-human  lightning conductor.  Telegraph posts should be given a  wide berth. Lightning conductors,  rain and water pipes, and tucn like  should be :>voided."The b������st ?af?guard  is to crawl under,,a low corpse or  Hedge, bnouid ?uch he unava-lable,  as on a plain or moor, the safest pro- i  ceduie ib io lie fiat. down.        ^ j  To hold uo an .umbrella as shelter |  against the rain' would he seeking disaster.  The safest place is within the house.  If the buildiug be struck, the chimney  is usually selected by the fla'h, and  *o nrer1o'"*= ������i'->r>"*cl h������ avoided. Windows should he shut, for g'ass is an ex-  odi.ent ln&u.aioi, and \vnl not attract  lightning, as is popularly bel eved.  One should not sit In a cons-rvatory  or gTeen house? for the trailing wires  and general metallic work may be  highly charged with electricity r -suit-  in" from a flash, a^d ,on^ =Nv*ld not  shelter in a farm building where ther?v  s.r-& a. number of animals  IN THREE ACCIDENTS!  It would seem that Zam-Buk, the  famous healing balm we hear so high,  ly spoken of everywhere, is particularly useful in the family circle. A  report sent by Mts. E. Davey, 786  Ellice Ave; Winnipeg, will illustrate  this. She says: "My > little boy, of  three, while playing, fell from a high  verandah to the ground, cutting his  forehead badly.. Instead of calling a  doctor who would undoubtedly have  put in a number of stitches, I bathed  the wound well, and applied Zam-  Buk. The little fellow, although suffering keenly, soon had relief from  his pain. in the course of three  weeks, by applying Zam-Buk daily,  the wound was nicely healed.  "Since then I have also used  Zam-Buk for a boil which came on  my check, and which proved - very  painful and looked unsightly. Zam-  Buk soon drew the boil to a hpnd  and it then quickly banishod it.  "Another tipie my baby was scalded on her leit thigh and calf of leg  with boiling water. Directly it was  done I thought to use Zam-Buk, and  spreading some on lint I wrapped up  the baby's limb. Next morning she  rested much easier and I applied a  fresh bandage wiih Zam-Buk. I kept  this treatment up daily, and was re-  ���������warded by seeing a great improvement each time I dressed the wound.  Tn a very short space Of time the  scalds were *all nicely healed.  "I cannot recommend this wonderful healing preparation too highly for  family use, and I have such great  faith in its healing powers that my  house is never without a box."   ,  For all skin injuries and diseases,  piles, eczema, -salt rheum, and face  sores, Zam-Buk is absolutely unequalled. 50c. box all druggists and  stores, or post free from Zam-Buk  Co., Toronto, for price. Try Zam-Buk  Soap too!    Only 25c. tablet.  For mgking soap, sof toning* water, removing old paint* ^_  disinfecting sink*, closets, drains and for many otha? ^H ;  purposes.   A esa equals 20 iba* SAL SODA. ���������-  Useful for SOO porpoaes���������Solt Evmrgtilief*.  S. "VT. OHXETT COMPANY M������SITE������ TOKOOTO, OKT. ,  3E  SKipping Fever  mx  All  ^r^  Influenza, pink eye, epizootic, distemper and all nose and throat diseases cured, and all others, no matter how "exposed," kept from hartnc  any of these diseases with SFOHN'S LIQUID DISTEMPER CURE.  Three to Blx doses often cure a case. One oO-cent bottle guaranteed to  do so. Best thine for brood mares. Acts oa the blood. 60c and SI������  bottle. $6 and 811 a dozen bottles. DrncrRlsta and harness ahops.  Distributors���������ALL WHOLESALE! DRUGGISTS.  SPOHN S1EDSCA& CO.. Chemists. Gofibea. Eodisaa. V. S. A,  Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd.  CALGARY  WINNIPEG  REGINA  The Largest Printers* SupplyJfcmseinCanada.  We Carry in Stock Cylinder Presses, Job Presses,  Paper Cutters, Type and Material. Can Fill  OrSers for Csssp'ete Equipment fross cur StocK.  We are the Largest Ready Print Publishers s&  the West. We Publish. Ready Prints from our  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses.      :      :  Order   Front   Nearest   Bra  AH&0  WHEiHT GOWiES TO  PAPER BAGS asd  MATCHES  Vr������ mr������   evecywhtr*'with tne 'standard gaada.  Paper ane   Matched  arc. oup specialties.    Let us  Known by Name  Silver p/afe of best qua/fly and  Iih'long durability Is known  by tbe name,  I847R0GERS BROS!'  Oa knives, forks, spoons, etc.,  IMs la a mark ot distinction,  superiority and cxcluslveness.  Oast lea sets, dishes, miters,  etc., an stamped  MERIDEN BBITACO.  SOLD OV LEADING SBAUIIU)   Silver Tlata that, WtarJF}  *B  . t  Which of Those Pictures  Be** Representa Yonir, Stable ?  1?,*  AX,  IV yow Otabla Interior U ot mooA, yoii'Jl do  wol io t������ar ���������down  thow  aid,  imilfhtly-  ������talla and'-majiiraM���������and build n������w ones  of Conorete.  ��������� y  ,   In fact, the entlra Stftblo���������lnilde and out���������  ���������hould ba built or: Concreto.  merlta of ���������Irhtllima*, ondu-ranoe, and ���������ooriomy  ������������������and 1a aanltary. ���������,*  many littlo lmprovem������vnt*rthat, with any othor  TV you would' know aomethlnir of tho voaal-  bllttlea of Oonoroto. fill out tho coupon and  ������������������ (tend It to u*. By r������turn mall, wo will w*ntl  you a oopy of .our froo lCO-pago boojt, "What  tht Farmer C/in J3/> with Concrete,"  In thin book you'll  nnd oomplntn Inntmo-  tlom   ror  tho   construction  of  almost  ovory-  t thing you< ean think of, in tho way of farm  bulldlngd, floors, vats, troughs, oto., oto.  Nowadays   for ' a   farm or   not   to   know  how to mix and woo conorete, da to confesa  himself away bohlnd tho times.  EMm^f KWOUld   foauiro jtho i omploymont >f     "What theFahner Can Do With Concrete" will   '  aKinea ia*oor. ^     , .       ,   not-only Inform you���������it will also intorost you.  "What the Farmer Can Bo With Concrete"  T#>liayou how to use eonereto In construction  OiiVns  Cittern*  Dmirlee  DlDplno Tank*  roui-datlona  feno* PatU ���������'  '���������  r#������di-ia ciooro  .*Httffl>.'  ���������.    ���������  ���������, ."'���������'���������'. ���������      .���������'..���������-...  Hene' Nette   ."  Hltohlnr Po������U  Hore* Olooki  Houao*  Poultry Houaas  loot Caliara  ailoa  Shelter Walla  Otablee  Ctalra  Stalk  etepa  Taoko  Trouoho  Walka       '  Wall curbs  Etc, ato., et*.  You  may send  mo a copy  .of ��������� "What  the Fainter Can  Do  With   Connote."  W^t:  Canada C*m*nt C-t>.# Wbj1:*j  Nam*  ��������� ���������������..���������>.............  ...>...,.������������������.,������������������������,.  msec  (���������������������������>i<<������t������i������>������������pi>.>,���������������������������������������*.*..������.  The  Price  Went  Up.  Tn the TJnitpd States at the present  mompnt the buying of votes is rp  ssrcied as a national menacp, and  public men and editors nre hayinc  a great deal to say on the subject  It Tecalls the day a tew years ojro.  when the buyinp of voter? wws one  of the big issues in Canadian politic,  and the publie at last bepan to take  the scandals as a matter of course.  A few old-time politicians were  taking dinner at one of the Ineal clubs  lately and their talk turned on ,th������  days when every election was described as "bought."  "I- remember," said one of them,  "the story of a friend of min? who  was running in a constituency in  Ontario, whpre oash * always figured  more prominently than prayers.  There happened to be nn evangeliBt  in one of the small towns and he  resolved to make it his object in life  to purify the election. He preached  some scorching Permons on tho sin  of selling votes nnd kept rubbing it  in right up to the day of the election.  He thought he hnd really mnde nn  impression, until ho met the Candida te'p agent n few doy������ later.  " 'Well/ aaid the evangelist, 'how  did vou find tho voters in thh townP'  " It was the most expensive election ever pulled off here,' replied tho  agont.  " 'How wns thatf camo tlio astonished inquiry.  " 'Well, you boo, the men thought  that if it was such a deadly sin to  sell thoir votes, thoy would not tnko  n chance tor $3 nnd they all do-  mnnded  $6.'"���������Saturday Night.  Work For the Explorer.  Tho report from tho wost that n  groat lake has boon discovered in  tho northwest of Canada is a reminder tha,t tho common boliof that ex*  plotom huvu now nothing to cotiquot  aavo Bomo polar regions in vory far  irom tho truth, Vast tracts of thd  North American lonUnont aro ntill  virgin around, tho oxtonnivo naturo  of whioh may bo gathorcd from tho  staiomont that tho newly found lakn  Ih "ft xnilcn long i/md moro than 150  milos wido.  The Penny Banks  Toronto" school ohildren to tho numbor of 25,478 havo mado deposits in  tho  Penny   Savings   Bank   and   tho  amount depositod up to Mardh 10 was  f 1104,33-1. Pormififtloir 1ms boen grantod  o the Toronto separate schoolo to also opon Penny Savings Banks nnd ono  will bo established shortly in St, Pot.  or's ooparato sohool, Toronto.  knew your wants���������-we'll da the rest.  The E.6. Eddy Co. Ltd  HULL, CANADA  TEES 'ft  PERSSE, LIMITED, Aftonta, Winning   Calgary,' Edmentsn,  Regina, Fart William and Part Ar,hur.    >  -a  I   \    A        1*-F~���������rXi \ ^e ^,est- eQuiPPed factory Tor pro, |  ~  j������ppv���������iGT%jL    \     ducing Counter Check Mocks  Counter  Check  Book  in Canada.  Capacity   s  itf). flfofh    Counter  QlPy UUU Check Books  per Day.  '  Town Names In Mexloo.  In sonulng letters to Moxlco It ts  often aa ncccusur? to mcntlua ihu  stato at woll as tho town as It Is |n  tbe United SUtes. Tbero sro eight  towns imm������d HomoHo, sovoo Qunda*  loupes; sevwu Santa Citarlnss, ato.  We are supplying the Larg-  ~m \ est users of, Coupter, Check '  LOmpanU, \ Books in Canada with'bur  Factory   \ ' \      '"     ��������� ' '��������� >  a ������������.     . \        r .      ��������� *     *      \ * IMPERIAL BOOKS."  and Offices: \      Limited.     \  UAMiiTnu    \ \ APPLEI-ORD COUNTER  HAMILTON,    \ \ CHECK  BOOK  ONT. \      ������Not ,n th������ "rust.)      \   COMPANY, LIMITED.  We want'publishers to act as our agent's in all Manitoba, .Saskatchewan,  Alberta snd Brltleh Columbia town*   Write ub for conditions and prices  "Wo   Worry   Along."  Life's lookin' dim,- and tho world running wrong,  But spito of all weathers wo worry  along.  Even in tho shadows we look to the  light.  And it's welcome to Joy, nnd to  trouble���������goodnight.  Pill* That Have Benef'ttad Thousand*.���������  Known far and near as a* euro romody tn  the treatment of indiffemtion and aU do-  rangamontn of tho ntomaoh, liver and  kidneys, I'armeleo'a Voitotablo Pllla have  brought relief to thouaanda whon othor  opeolflos have failed. , Innuiqerablo toetl-  monials can ba produced to establish tho  truth of thia assertion. Onop tried thoy  will bo found nuporlor to nlr otbor pills  In thn troatmnnt ot tbo allmonts for  whioh thoy aro presorlbod.  A young couple appeared not lorig  ago in a prayer-mopting in a Middlo  Wost town and requested tho minister  to marry thom. Tho service was interrupted, to obligo them, nnd aftor  tho ooremony thoy took a front eoat  whilo tho regular meeting resumed. A  hymn was thon given out that* had  ovidently not been solootcd with this  incident in view. The opening line  said: "Deluded bouIu that look for  l.eaven."~Llpi>lncotl'a.  Thoro ia no moro interesting proof  of thn Indian'a adaptability to ��������� modern ways than thnt tho military, stations of tho wost. havo lost their form-  or importance. * At tho present: timo  thorn ia not a single army post maintained cant of tho Miasourl rivor for  four of nn Indian outbreak.  A dcHclouo nn*nd is made from different nut������, whito grapoa, a littlo  whrodded i*rnj** fruit, pineapple out  into cubes, and shredded colory.  Mask in mnyonnaiao or ucrvo with a  cream drvuslng.  Bad Ones  {'I'm very sorry, madam, but thoso  wore two-duy eggs."  "Thoy smelt moro liko * decade  eggs."  ���������ttlekly stas* aouihC .  the throat aad  mnaja.  Sffaeata.  ��������� ���������   ��������� '���������   i'  A plant fpr tho .manufacture ������!  bricks from lava iB being(erected at  Honolulu by a San Franoisco man.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff  Ho-"Wcll. dear.,I hnd my lifo insured today/'  8ho���������"That,s just liko you, always  thinking of yourself."  BOilD'S";,  &>wu.s>j  mmm  Vf. N. U��������� No. 141,  i'  latfHBBsaii  BBBl  .(  . ��������� I . BB  THE- CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW.  .H'J-J'JU.M ",.���������."���������".���������������  THE  CANADIAN  BANK  OF COMMERCE  ��������� ..M...I.���������    ��������� ..    ������������������ f  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LA'RD, General Manage*?  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000  r:ests - $7,000,000  THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $r and  upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates. There is no  delay in withdrawing1 the whole or any portion of the deposit. Small  deposits are welcomed. 234  Accotmts may>be opened in the names of two or jtiore persons, to be  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor. A ������>int account  of this kind saves Expense in establishing* the ownership of the money  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for  his wife, or for others depending- upon him, in the event of his death.  PERCY <B. FOWLER, manager, Creston Branch  Tke Creston  TXevterj&  .    Friday at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Oreston Publishing Oo., at their office, Wilson Avenue, Oreston.  Published every  J. K. Johnson   -   Manager.  Ralph Q. Sckuton  Editor.  Subscription, $3.00 a year, in advance.  80-Day Notices, $6;  60, $7.50; 90, $10  ston  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  Our   Gttests  I  $3   i  Calt   c/lgain \  OU will make no mistake  when you get off tlie train  if you sign tke register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Mens  Xv&nCiierS.  furnished in  xjuutugjiucu,  and Commercials.  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Address all oo-mmunica-  tiousto the    editor  ADDITIONAL XOCABS  An entertainment under the auspices of the Parish  Guild of Christ Church, Creston, will he held in the mercantile Hall on Wednesday May 24th at S p.m. Dont miss  this, but come prepared to enjoy yourself, the Ladies of the  Guild have the reputation of never doing things by halves,  and their entertainments in the past have always been most  successful affairs.    Admission . 5O cents, children  10  cents.  Mr. Meredith of Elko, has /been paying a visit at the  Klingensmith home, the past few days.  Born, at Canyon City, on the morning of the 14th  inst. to the wife of Thos. H. Hickey, a daughter.  James Bates, Game Warden for the Cranbrook District,  paid Creston a visit the fore part of this week, leaving  again on Tuesday for the Railway town. Mr. Bates has  received instructions froni -the chief Game Warden to  enforce the law strictly, and his present visitwas in connection with the prosecution of an Indian for an infraction of  the Game Law. He will return later and prosecute the  case personally.  Last Tuesday evening in Christ Church, the Rev. J.  Knox Wright B. D., District Secretary for.British Columbia  of the Canadian Bible Society, addressed a representative  meeting of citizens.  The Rev. P. C Hayman acted as  chairman,  the scriptures, whilst the  Rev.  Sarkissian lead  Rev. Knox Wright then gave a general review of the  work ot the Bible Society for the past year. After speaking of the Creston Branch and its constitution, last year the  local branch contributed $47 towards the society, he passed  on to the record of the Auxilliary with a total revenue of  over $9000 dollars, and the distribution of thousands of  copies of the scriptures translated into 18 languages.  There are already eleven colportors at work, and the  society is contemplating the erection of a bible house at  Vancouver, towards the cost of which the parent society in  England has promised to contribute $25000 whilst the local  list has reached $20,000. Mr. Wright then gave a short  summary of the position of the Canadian Bible Society, with  its 1800 branches distributing last year with the aid of 70  colportors, over 200,000 scriptures, he also touched briefly  on the British and Foreign Bible Society as a whole, giving  a review of its world wide work.  A vote of thanks was tendered Rev. Mr Wright, for his  interesting address, and a number of new members, were  added to the local branch. The Rev. Gentleman left on  Wednesday for the West, he will visit Creston again in a  years time on his next annual round of the I^ootenays.  The new officers of the Bible Society have just been  elected as follows:-President W. A. McBean; Vice Presidents Rev. P. C. Hayman and Rev. S.'H. Sarkitsiau, Treas.  John Baynes, Secretary Miss Jeaunie Cameron; in addition  to these officers, a strong executive committee has been  formed, consisting of four persons selected from each of the  three churches, making a total of twelve on this body.  Rev. J. Knox Wright remarked during h������s address on  Tuesday evening, that if the British and Foreign Bible  Society were to hold a reception of its representatives, there,  would be 524 languages represented and spoken.  -   Kelson Lund nititrioL���������District Ot Went.  Kootonay.  Tulso. notice thai t. N. U. i'latt, of Rossland,  B.C., occupuiion Housekeeper. Intend to apply  for permission 10 purchase tne following  described luiid.s:-  Comiueui'ltis at 11 post plantod about ten  flO) chains West of tho Northeast oorner of  L6lSl?4. bains the Southwest corner, thenue  running North 40 chalnt,l������aiJt So chatuB.Souih  40 L'hatn* ami West Si) chums to uoiut of eoin-  ineneoineut ami containing 3<H) acres more or  loss.   Located this 18th day 01 January,1911.  Nettik H. JPi.A-ra', Applicant.  Jambs Jt'isnKu, Agent.  Date January 18,1911.  Nelson Land District��������� District ol Went  Kootenay.  Tako notice that 1, StotUv Warson, of Rossland; B.C.. occupation iSpinlster, intend,to  apply i'01* permission to purchase the following described lands:-  Commencingat a post planted about four  (4) miles iu a Northerly direction from the  No������ ttiwost corner of lx>t 4275, South of and  Hdjoiulng James Morrison's- location, thence  tfouth SO chains, thenco Enst-iO chains, thence  North SO chains, thenco West 40 chains to  point of commencement ahd containing 320  acres more or less.  stella Wahson, Applicant.  jAJiics Fisiiek, Agent.  -   Date February 12,191T.  ��������� ' '���������  Nelson Laud District���������District of West  Kootenay.  Tnke notice that I; AHred Kegansburg, of  Ymir, U. Ci occupation Lumberman, lnteud  to apply for permission to purohase the following described lands:-.-.   ������������������ :;: ���������   y  Commencing at a post planted abont five  (5) mi ies In a .Northerly dlreoiion from the  N. \V. corner of Lot 4275 and adjacent to the  Northeast corner of M. Flannigun's location,  thenco North 20 chains, East40 chains, South  ���������io chains and West 40 chains to point of commencement and containing 80 aores more or  lesu. . ���������  ��������� yyyvyyy. ���������.'.'.:'���������'������������������;.  -At/f������ep RROA>*SBtrRG, Applicant  Jambs Fishkk, Agent.  Date February 12,19Uy  Ohl Mercy! Has Anybddy Seen  -    *     My Cat?" _  This particular cat, eo tlio story &  gnes,     r.avinc   -fnv.-s-.ti   A-'-h^fU  *i9   W.  N. B  laving found a'bottle of ���������_  C. Beer, preferred ies joy. %fr  i,r.n6,..g Hoa.nvies in a piace i>y es  "his own fireside." But yoa don't JL  need "to wonder" to taste the \r  ���������pleasures of N. B. C Beer.���������Sold 4%  at all hotels in Oreston. j������  Nelson Brewing  " ,Lld.  Vl  Vfm. Gosnell  Manager."  Al^^lrfVl^^Uf^fc^i^^^^^V^VM^w^^Vu*^  PtrtliBfisn  I-IV Mill I  1 ���������-11 minii  I IUIIII1U  s  ni  Ul  ������������������#���������  Si   SS        ������  IM  1% I  r  1 nui\i_L  and  read  in  prayer.  Nelson Land District���������District ot West  .Kootenay. .  Tafee notice that I, Mary Bilfor, of Spokane,  Wash., occupation Housekeeper,-intend to  apply for permission to purchase, the following described lauds:-  coznmencing at.a post planted about four  (4) miles in a. Northerly direction from the  Northwest corner of Lot 4275 on West side of  Mosciuito Creek Isouih of and adjoining  James Morrison's location, -then.ee South So  chains, thence West 80 chains, tuonce North  SO chains, theuce Kast SO chains to point of  commencement and contaiuing 640 acres  more or less, _ -  ���������  Mary jbilfor, Applicant.  Jam es FisHBK, Agent.  Date February 12, lllll.      y  Nelson Land District���������District of W������Bt  .; Kootenay.'   .  Take notice that'I;> James   Morrison,  of  Ymir, B. C, occupation Lumberman, intend  to apply for permission to purchase the following deBoribed laud*:-:-.  Commencing at a post planted about five  (5) in lies in a Northerly direction from the  N. W. corner of Lot 4275 aiid adjacent to tho  Northeast corner of M. Flannisan's location,  thence South 80 chains,thenoe East 40 chains,  tlieuce North 80 cliains.thence West 40 chains  to point of eommencoraent and eontiiikiing  320 acres more or less.  '       James Morrison, Applicant.  Jasiks Fishbr, Agent.  Date February 12,1911-  ^asi Opened Up t  A large and selected stock of Fishing-tackle  Including New Flies, Reels, LLies Etc., Ete  I Also new Baseball  Goods and |  nnlip-  Creston Drug&Book Co. |  Kelson Land Distriot���������District of West  Kootenay.  Take notice tnat I,AVm.'It. McWhirter.of  Ymir, B.C., oeeupaiion Lumberman.: intend  to apply for permission- to purchase; the foi-  lowing dcaer 1 bed lands:-  Commencing at a post planted on the East  shore of Mosquito Lake at or near the Northwest corner of Lot 8402 being the Southwest  corner, thence running North 80 chalns.along  shore of said lake, theuce East 40 chains,  Houth 80 chains and West 40 chains to point  of commencement aud containing 320V acres  lOOl*������ OI* 1������RS"  WiiLiABt"R. McWhirter, ApjJiieant.  James Fisher, Agent.  Date January 21.1911.    v. yy  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay. y. A, -  .Take notioe. that J, Mamie-LbugfofSpo-  kaHe,���������Wasli.,-.oocupationy3larried AVonian,  intend toappiy for permission to purchase  the following described lands:- ,  Commencing at a post planted about three  (3) miles in a .Northerly direction from the  Northwest corner 01 Lot 4275; and: adjacent to  the Northeast corner of Harry Brauer's location, thence South SO chains, theuce Kast 20  chains, thence North SO chains, thence West  20 chains, to point of commencement and  containing 160 acres more or less.  Mamie Long, Applicant.  Jambs Fisuer, Agent.  . Date February 12,1911.  :--  Nelson Land District���������District of "West *���������������������������  Kooteuay.      . .'  Take, notice that I, .William Butiiley, ..of  Patterson, Ji.C, ocenpation Lumberman, intend to apply for permission, tb purchase the  following ttescrlhcd hinds:-  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to  the Northeast corner of Lot 932a being the  Southeast cornor; thence running *>iorth SO  chains, West UO chains, South 40 chains. Kast  40 chains, South 40 chains, and Kast 20 chains,  to point of commencement and containlug  ���������180 acres more or less.  Wim,iam BUMI.EV, Applicant.  Jambs Fjcshbu, Agent. >\  Dato January 20,1911. .  Nelson Land District���������District of west  Kootenay.  Take notice that I, Nellie Stark, of Rosa-  land, B.C., occupation Nurse, intend to apply  for permission to   purohaso   the  following  described lands;- .  Commencing at a poBt planted about ten  (10) oliainn least of the boulhwcst corner oi  Otno Halston's location and about four ratios  in a Southwesterly direction from the Southwest, corner ol Lot t������s28 being the Northwest  corner, thence running Wouth 40 chains, Knot  40 chains, North 41) chains; und West 40 ohalns  to point .of oommoncomont and containing  b20 acres more or less. .  Nelme Stark, Applicant,  Jamiw Fisher, Agent.  Dato February 0,1911.  Nelson Land Distriot���������Diatrict of West  Kootenay.  Tako notioo that I, Tom Charles, of ratter-  son, B.O., occupation Lumberman, Intond to  apply for permission to purchase the tallowing described lands:���������  Commencing at a pout planted nbout six (U)  mlloH In a BoutliwoHUirly direction lyoin thu  H.W. cornor of Lot 01)28 being tho Southwest  corner, tlionco running North go chaliiB, from  a point about 10 chains Wost of whero Haid  post is plantod, thonco Kast no chains, Houth  60 ohnliiH, and Wost 80 ohalns to point or commencement and containing 6lo uoios moro or  Ions.  Tost Uhahlus, Applicant,  ,    Jamei* KiBUKit, Agent.  Dato Fobruary 11,1011.  Nolson Land Distriot���������District of West ���������  Kootonay.  ' Tako notlra that J.,l'oarl Peltier, of AJgoma,  WiiHlilngtoii, oucupailoti HoiiNekeopor.iiitonu  to apply for pormlMHion toiuirohuuothofol-  lowing uomirlund lands:-  Commoiuilng at a post planted about ton  (10) clminii Kniit, of tho Hoiithwcst corner of  Lot H17U. bolng tin* KorthouHt eornor, thonoo  Soutli 80 islmtiiH, Weut 80 clmlns, North 80  chaluu and Ji;hhi ho chalnH to point of com-  mmicainont tindcontiilning (140 uorou moro or  lens. _  Diuut- I'ki.tikii, Applicant,  .Tamich Fiflilicit, Aeont.  DatoJammry 21, Mill,  Nolson Jjand District���������DlHlrlot oLWont  ���������,l   Koiitotiiiy. *  Talco notice that I, otlio llalnton, ot Har-  iMHonbiirg, Virginia, oncviputlon Houbo Doc  oiutov, lin tend to apply for |ioi*ihIhh1oii to  purchiiHo tho following deMorlbed landu:-  Ooiiiinonolnu at a pom planted about two  and n hair (U^) mllos In n Southwcstorly  (Ill-Milhm from tho H.W. rornur ol'LotliHai,  bciniflho Noixhwwt cornor, tlioncc running  Houth OH uMnlim, Kaht 00 dial uh, North 00  clinlim and WchI. lid uhaliiH to point of com-  iiK-iiooiiiont (nyiooiitJiliiliigdlouoioH inoruor  yl otiVoUj-i.nton, Aiiplloant,  .  JamuhFihiiich, Agont.  DiiHiFohrnnry.O, l������ll,  Nelson La.nd Disti-ict���������^llstriet brWett  ���������:'��������������������������� y^Xi-'X-Xr^y'-'^   Kbbtenay.;:;vy.    .'������������������������������������:������������������;   ���������     ,-.  Take notice thatl, Tobn Kyle.of Ymiry    S  C. occupation Lumberman, intends to app v < Is  for permission to purchase the following d  scribed Jands:- yi-y.y...:���������:-..:. y .:-....-  -Commencing at a post planted adjacent to  the. Northwest Vcoraei*. of Lot 9323 .being the  Northeast' corner." thence running South 80  chains. West 80 chains, iNbrthSO; chains and  Kast 80 chains to point of commencement and  containing 640 acres mere or less.  i     JOHN KYhJS,-Applicant  y yjAMES FISHKR, Agent  Date January 22,1911.  Nelson Land District���������District of West  ';  Kootenay.  Take notice  that I, Mike   Flaunigan, of  Ymir, B.C., occupation Lumberman, intends  toappiy for oermiesion to purchaeo the following desoribed lands:-   .  Commencing'al a post planted about Ave  *      lies in a Northerly direction front the  corner of Lot 427fi on Kast Bide of Mos-  (5) miles in  N.W. corner of Lot 4276 on Kast Bide of M  quito Creek,   being   the Northeast   Corner  thence South 80 ohains. West 80 chalnu.tJorth  80 chains and Ea*t 80 chains to point or commencement and containing- 640 acreg more or  less. . ������������������.'-   -'.:.'.  MIK.M FLANNIQAN, Applicant.  JAMES FISHER, Agent.  Dnte February 12,1911.  Nelson Land Plstrlot^-Distrlet of West  -, JL'ootenay,  Take notice tbat J, Walter Demer, of Yxnlr,  B.C.. occupation Lumberman, Intends to apply for permission to purohase tho following  described lands:.. y  Coramouclngat a pout planted at the S. W.  corner of Tom Charles' location about six (6)  miles in a 9. W. dlreotlon irom the H.W. oorner of Lot 1)828 bolng tbo Northwest corner,  thonoe running South 80 chains. Kast 80  chuins, North Ko chains and W*stS8 chains to  point ot oommenoement and* contains 010  aores moro or less.  WALTER DEMER, App! Icani  JAMKH FlSHKit,A������ent.  ; .Date Fobruary 11, Wil.  Nolson Land Distriot���������District of Wost  '.. ������������������ 1  Kootenay.  Tako notice that I, Hurry Mmuer, of Rossland, 11.0,, occupation Diamond Driller, intend to apply for pormlsslon to purohaso the  following desoribed Jands.-  Greston Wine & Spirit Go.  YOU'LL SMILE  AT YOURSELF  for yonr good judgement in trying a PUROS cigar, for you'll  know that nt Inst von have  found a smoke than you cau  really enjoy without; paying too  much for it)  IHE PUROS CI&AR  is best by test, the number of  particular smokers who prefer  it proves iE. '  S. POOLE  Prop.  ^������^^^^>^A^A^^*^*^i^^iA^������*A^M^^I^^^VM^������^^WMVMMMVMMMH^������������l  arber Shop  Billiards and Pool  snja^i Room  ffifc.Sifc.Sfek.  Cigars and Cigarettes  Hot or Cold Baths  , At Any Hotir  Razors Ground and Set  I SAM HATFIELD, Prop j  =ct=  %  Monoy to lnrtii on rnnoh or town pvop.  orty nt low rato ot intoroHt. Apply to  .ToIiiimou i<fc Hnrnt/m tit Woviow Ofllloa,  Commencing at a post pjAntod about throe  ) miles In .a Northerly dlrootlon from tlio  orthwost corner of Lot 4276, Want of Mosquito Crook, thonoo south 80 chains, thonoo  Wont U0 eliaini,thonoe North 80 olialii������,tlionco  Eait &0 chains to point of oorainoncoinoiit  und containing <40 aoro* moro or loss.  Haury liiiAVicii, Applicant.  JAMICM ICIMIIHH, Atfont.  Dato February W.10U.  Nelson Land DlHtrlct���������Dlntrlot of Wont  , JCootoiiay.   ,    ������������������'  Tako notice tlnitLHnmuol W. nalston, of  Harrisonburg. Virginia, occupation rhotour-  raphor, Intend to apply for permission  to  purohaso tbo following described lands).  Commencing at a pimtnlamed adjacent to  tbo Mouth-west corner or Lot 8UR. bolng tho  B.Ifl, oornor, thence running North flo chaliiH,  WohHO ohalns, South UP.chains and Kn������t 40  uhalnu to point of ouminenoonientand con.  talning 1130 acroi moro or lonu.  .    Bamvicl W. IUlhtoh, Applicant.  Jamkm Fihhkii, Agont. ' :  Date January it), mil.  Nolson Land District���������Distriot or Went  Kootenay.  /Take notico that 1, Oliver J. Long, of Spo-  kane, Wash., ooounatlon Contractor, Intond  to apply for pornilhijlon to puroliaiio tlm foh  lowing doNcrlMod laudN:- ,     '  Commencing at a post planted about one  (1) mllo In a Norilieriy dlrootlon from tho  Northw������Ht cornor or Let 427ft nnd about 10  ohalns Wost of West Unnle c������KMmqnlto Creek  thonoo North 80 olialiiH.ihouoo Woit 8iloli������lii������  Uionco Houth 80 chain.), thonoe Kant Wl olialni!  to point of coir-rnvnoomeut and coiitalnlng  filt) acres moro or lcu������, "  OhiVKit J. Long, Applicant.  ...... ���������lA.Miwi.'lHirKii, Agont*,  Date Fobruary 14, im l.  E   t r_-   1 ?.  ^^j'l*, 1   ft*^iii o(    }  I  va; ai;.,!X-( Be*t equipped Livery -M fTowri).���������  All oltiBB ofxVyWXOTJ'SB.- raipplicid.- at'-';-9b'ovi;:'-"nolito^:,:':' tybe l������t������8fe"i<i*^iw e*  OUTTBR&und BUOGIES forVfilo nnd biro.   Snddlo and p*ofc horeea ������(  ." '���������"������������������' 'S. ['\ -T ':X ��������� -"'��������� ;'.'������������������' x'x A "A ':/:::8p������JWlity.'. ;;'. -y yy;' x: 'cS^'-iSS^. i ���������"'"i-'  ' feed for, aalo,      Agont for the MoliaughUn Mtiiifg. do.     Hornos for said  I nm prepared to fill nil orders, both by wiro nnd mail, nnd meet nil trniua  nt any hour of tho day or night.   Oommoroinl mon and Inndseekors, Will  .';���������,���������,',    A. A;-'teooivo prompt ft t ton tiou '.������������������'���������'. .���������.:;"��������� ���������'���������*''..  B. S, M cGrealhlPriop  Phone CG  Sirdnr Atonu6,'  ABoxM  o  I  ��������� e  i  c  o  o  o  ��������� <?  ���������<^*Jaitjijj7ft .ftJL-a.ft.il g .ft ff J J, J>.ft.BJUL0>?7 *-*si$A{fy$iiM^  and carriage; WORKS  PIANO.���������-Now nt rnllwny HfnMon nonr  OroHton, will bo nnorifloed for I2G0  onuli, Novor boon urjod. Lady umiblo  to koop iii.���������Apply in -flriit iiifitrtnoo  Mrfl. A. a.MuNOKAM, 2040, Oolumbin  Btroefc* Vnuoouvor, IJ.O.  nugjjioH, DomoorntH, Gigx and Onttern for nnle nt rarinonnblo prloos  Wo do nil lctudt* of rftptiirliip/.utid wood work wltb diapatoh  Our iihop in Joontod"pwiv b*v OrtHton Meronntile Co.  Wo nro alHO nRonlB for tho Oro-jcon NurHory Oompnny and handle  Firwt-olium Fruit Trooa , ���������       .  ���������  ���������  W. K. BROWN  mmmMmmmammmmm  '"~   T" 'T[Tttt -'���������*ifnmf||nwiiiiMi^iii ^ *       \\^ m       "     *  THE    CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW.  <wavs  ���������    ^r ���������  y -ar  5f You Like to Drive  you oan indulge yourself by engaging a  team from tbis livery stable for as long  and ns shofrfc a time as you desire. r  This Livery Stable  -, is also prepared to send a  carriage', to  ' meet trains, to take you shopping or calling, or to convey you to any June wed-  . dings you wish to attend.  ������*  Cameron Bros.  CRESTON LIVERY  k, MIR.4BELLI  THE   CRESTON   SHOEMAKER  Best Workmanship  Boots and Shoes made to Order *'  A, Speeiaiity  I  a.  A complete stock of  Fresh Beef,Veal, Mutton,  Lamb aiid Pork.  Sausage, any kind  Hams and Bacon, Butter  and   Eggs,   Lard,   Beef  Dripping, Etc.  Fresh Fish every Friday.  Smoked Fish all the time.  Our'Smoked Salmon and  Halibut is choice.  P. BURNS & Go.  ���������Llmltsti  CRESTON       -      B.C.  K.   OF.   P.,; -CONVENTION.  Starkeg & Go.  Wholesale -  Provisions,   Produce;   Fruit  General Commission Merchant*}  NELSON       -        B. C.  For Saw*!.��������� Lots 6, 7, 8, 9and 10, Blook  ���������   3, Dow's Addition.   Send offer to owner, Mrs. W. Wilson; "551 Fifth Street,  Brandon, Manitoba.  Fruit Ranch for Sale���������Fifteen acres  in good state of cultivation, planted  with 1300 trees consisting of apple.plum,  peach and cherry trees.. Good five room  house aud stable one and a half miles  Irom Oreston. Apply to Walter V  Jackson Phone 91 Creston B. O.  Subscribe to the BE VIEW today.  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay.  Take Notice that I, Laura A. Balaton,  of Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation  M&ritd 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, thenoe  South 80 ohains, Bast 80 chains, North  80 chaiui* and West 89 chains to point of  commencement and containing 640  acres more or less.  ���������Laura A. Ralston, Applicant.  James Fishkk, Agent.  Date January 20,1911.  R, 8. Bevan, retnrmd the fore port of  this week from Kamloops, where he  went ns tho Oreston'delegate to "the E.  of P, twenty second Convention, which  opened at Kamloops on 10th May. The  delegates present numbered oyer sixty.  in addition to the Grand Lodge Officers.  The Grand Lodge Rank was conferred  on 34 past Chancellors, and many matters relating to the affaire of this great  Order, were discussed. Among other  evidenoes of . progress the Vancouver  lodges propose to erect -a Pythian  Temple to cost over a hundred thousand  dollars.  The   delegates   were   right royally  entertained by their bretheren of Kamloops, and the mayor and citizens.  LOCAL AND PERSONAL  O. P. Wisler is busy pntting'in a  thousand tomato plants, also one and  a half seres of onions and eight acre?  of potatoes. In addition to bis own  place he has leased the Dan Babbitt  Ranch.  Tom Quaife and wife are superintending the oook house for the steel gang at  the Goat River Bridge,  A New, burglar proof, Tailor safe,  has this week been installed in the' City  Bakery,' on Wilson Avenue.  PUBLIO   SERVICE   AOT  Nelpon Land District���������District of West  Kootenay.  Take notice tbat I, Mabel Ralston, of  Harrisonburg, Virginia, ocenpation  Schoolteacher, intend to apply for per<*  mission to purchase the ��������� following described lands:-  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the Northeast' corner-of Lot 9323  being the Southwest corner, thenoe  running North 80 chains,East 80 chains,  South '80 chainB and-West 80 chains to  point of commencement: and containing  S40 acres more or less.  Mabel Ralston, Applicant  James Fisher, Agent.  '- Date January 20, 1911.  The qualifying examinations for Third-  class Clerks, Junior Clerks, and stenographers will be held at the- following  places, commencing on Monday the 3rd.  July next:~Arm-strong, Ghilliwack,  Cumberland, Golden, Grand tforks,  Kamloops, Kaslo, Kelowna, Ladysmitb,  Nanaimo, Nelson, New Westminster,  North' Vancouver, Peachland, Revel-  stokit. Rossland, Salmon Arm, Summer-,  land, Vancouver, Vernon and Viotoria.  Candidates must be British Subjects  between the ages of 21 and 30, if for  Third-class Clerks; and between 16 and  21, If ior Junior Clerks or Stenographers.  Applications will net be accepted if  received later than, the 15th. Jane ne&t  Farther information, together with  application forms, may be obtained  from the undersigned.  P.* Walker,  Registrar Publio Service.  Vicrfcoria, B. 0., 27th. April, 1911. 39-45  -   '   '    ' NOflOE.  PUBLIO NOTICE is hereby piven  that, uuder tb������ ttnthoriry .coaiaiaed in  section 131 of the 'Land Act, " a regulation bas been approved by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council fixing the  minimum sale prioes of first and second  class lands at $10 and 35 ner acre respectively.  This regulation further provides that  the prices fixed therein shall apply to all  iunds with respect to which the application to purchase is given favorable  considsratiou alter this date, uotwitn-  standing the date of such application  or any delay Jhafc may have occurred in  the consideration of the same,  Further notice is hereby given that  all persons who haye pending applications to purchase lands under the provisions of Sections 34 or 36 of the "Land  Act" and who are not willing to coir-  plete saeh psrahsses under the prices  fixed by the atoresaid regulation shall  be at liberty to withdraw such applications and receive refund of the moneys  deposited on account of such applications.  WILLIAM R. ROSS,  Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B. C April 3rd,1911.    42  RESERVE  NOTICE is hereby given that all  vacant Crown Lands not already under  reserve, situated within the boundaries  of the Land Recording Districts of  Cariboo and Lillooet, and tbe Kamloops  Division of Yale Land Recording District, are reserved from any alienation under the "Land Act" except by preemption.  ROBT. A. RENWICK,  Deputy Minister of Lands  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B. C, April 3rd, 1911.   39  Ring np phone No. 85, Ed. F. Johnaon  when you need ua experienced plumber.  Parties wanting choice seed potatoes  should note that the " Carmal"  the '' Dewley " and " Idsh Cobbler "  Varieties of potatoes may be obtained  from Mr. Geo Cartwright if spoken for  in time. The " Irish Cobbler " is two  weeks earlier than any other potato  grown in the East.  NOTICE  Tendere win bo received by the undersigned up to tbe 22nd day of April, 1911. lit 5  p.m., for the purchase nf iiloek 27. Subdivision ot Lot So. 541, Oroutt one New Westminister-District. Hituated in the City or  Vancouver, and being the site of tho old  Provincial Court House. Kach tender must  be enclosed in a registered letter and must be  addressed to the undersigned, and plainly  market! "Tender ror old Vancouver Court  House site." and mui.t be accompanied by  an accepted cheque lor t(=n ner cent ofthe  first payment of ibe puroliuse money. Payment for the propel ty will be accepted in  InsiailmentM of one-quarter ofthe purchase  money. The first of such installments to be  paid within thirty days after the acceptance  of the tender, and tne otber three annually  thereafter, with interest at tbe rate of 6 per  cent per annum. In the event of the person  whose lender is accepted failing to complete  tbe first installment within thirty days of  tbe notice of such acceptance the Baieto biin  will be cancelled and his ten per cent deposit  forfeited. The cheques of unsuccessful  tenderer* will be returned. Xhe highest or  any tender will not necessarily be accepted.  No commispions of any kind will be allowed.  William R. Boss. Minister of r^ands.  Department of lands. Victoria B.C.  Now is the time to make arrangements for that bath room. Call and  interview Ed. F. Johnson the plumber.  Hyomei  cA^Breatheabte^emedy Ur Catarrh  The rational way to combat Catarrh "  is the Hyomei way, viz: by breathing.  Scientists for years have been agreed on,  this point but failed to get an anteseptio'  strong enough to kill catarrh germs ani  not destroy the tissues of the membrane  at the same time, until the* discovery of  Hyomei (pronounced High-o-me).  Hyomei is the most powerful yet  healing antiseptic known. Breathe it  through the inhaler over the inflamed  and germ-ridden' membrane four or five  time:? a day, and in a fow days the germs  will disappear.  A complete Hyomei outfit, including  the inhaler costs $1.00 and extra bottles,  if afterwards needed, cost but 50 cents.  Obtainable from yonr druggist or post'  paid from The R. T. Booth. Go , Ltd.,  Fort Erie, Ont. Hyomei is sruaranteed  to cure asthtua* cronp, sore throa1-, '  coughs, colds or grip or refund your  money baok. Sold aud guaranteed by  he^Creston Drug ������& Book Co.  I Nervous Debojitt  ~ ���������~-������WJM?i,(? METHOD TREATMENT win core yon and mate & man of  yoa under its influence the broia becomes active, the blood purified so tbat aU  pimples, blotches and ulcers heal up; the nerves become strong as eteel, so that  nervousness, bashfulnesa and despondency disappear: the eyes become bright ������������������.  face full and clear, energy returns to the body, and the moral, physical and mental  gyotemaare invigorated; all drains cease���������no more vital waste from the system.  xouteel yourself a man and know marriage cannot he a failure. Don't let quacks  and fakirs rob you of your hard earned dollars.  NelaonLand District���������District of West*  Kootenay.  Take notice  that   I, Elphr&ta Harris, ot  Oarson,    Washington,  occupation  Married  Woman, intend to apply for -permission to  urchase the following described lands:-  Commencing at a post planted udjacent to  the Southwest corner of Lot 8149, being the  boutneant corner, tbence running North 40  chains. West so chainB, South so chains. Kast  so chains and North 40 chains to point of  commencement and   containing  640   acres  more or less. i  ElphRATa HARBis.Appllcant.  Jambs Fisher, Agent.  Date January 18,1011.  i  83?~ HO HAME3 USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT  THREATENED WITH PARALYSIS  Peter E. Summers relates bis experience:  "I was troubled with Nervous Debility  for many yeara.   I lay it to indiscretion  and excesses in youth.   I became veiy  despondent and didn't care whether I  worked or not.   I imagined everybody  who looked at-me guessed my secret.  Imaginative dreams at night weakened  me���������my back ached, had pains in tbe  back of my head, hands snd feet were  cold, tired in the morning', poor appetite,  fingers were shaky, oyets TblutrcSi ftair  loose, memory poor, eta  Numbness In  tbe Sogersset in and tha doctor told me  he feared paralysis.  I took all kinds of  medicines ana   tried   many first-class  physicians, wore an electric beltforthrso  months,   but received little benefit.  X  ���������crone treatment   wa induced to consult Drs. Kennedy &    -rre* ������������Tai������  _ ^        ,���������       .      Kennedy, though I had lost all faith in    ***** trotmmt   v  doctors.  "Like a drowning man I commenced the New Method Treatssnt and it  saved my life.  The improvement was like magic���������I could feel the vigor going through  the nerves. I was cured mentally and physically.  I have sent them many patterns  and continue to do so. .. s * ���������������������������������������������������  CURES GUARANTEED OR NO PAY  ��������� W������treat aad eureVARICOSB VEINS, NERVOUS DEBIUTY. BLOOD AND  UIUNARYCOOT&AiNm- K1BMEY *Nh 3JLADBER DISEASES i^idWSfMMM  peculiar to Man.  CONSULTATION FRER BOOKS FREE. If u������Ua tecalltwiteferaQmrtte  Blank for Haiae Treatment. ���������  . Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswoid St, Detroit, Mich.  WMLWmfSS^M ������l?f f*F A11 Otters from Canada must be addressed  mKmmWr w^ ��������� ���������wfc- * to our Canadian Correspondence Depart*  '���������' "~ mmmmammmm ment in, Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  see, us personally .call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we s������* an* treat  ss -satiieat* ia oar Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only. Address all letters ss follows:  DBS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Oat.  .Write for ong private address.  ^wwwaaaBHswwi  <i  ��������� I  top off and take  a Look at Sunny  r v  - If Ybu Want to see  the Choicest  Fruit LandsIn Brim CohmbUs Best Climate  ������.*  Creston, 95, C.  Has never had a orop failure.  y i      f  Has no damaging frosts. v  " ���������������������������������>������������������������������������  V  Minimnm temDeratnre 1011, 8 degrees  -   , aboye 2ero.  Tr '      ' ������������������������������������������������������������������������  (y,     Grows apples that are flrafc prizo win-  ^   tiers ������Very year in competition With  tho world.  WW W W WW WV W V WW WW  r  v   Hns an ideal and tnild olimnto.  ww**w  Hns the most favored location, olopo to  1     mnrkots, attiplo transportation1 faoil-  i < itlon, two railroads and a uatigabla  slv-wf.     '       ,   .. -   '  i   i v  ���������ww***..)'; :'x  Distriot oomprisos tho lar^wsfc area of  genuine, proton frait-lands in (bo -  .provmoo, 1)0,000-aoioslu ono blook,  Hns tho quality nbd quantity of lnnd to  i     compote favorably nj-jalnat tho oom-  moroial orohards of the world. '     ��������������� *  A i ^8o Acre Block  i* ���������  _  'Best Soil, Level, edbandance of  Witet, Good (Roads, Suitable for  Colonizing or Subdividing  ������������������wwwww������������ww������ww������  20 acres one half mile from toTton, simt-impro'bed; duelling.    160 acres one  mile from toj&n, finest soil and situation in the Glorious Kootenays  Also other tracts Improved ana unimproved high grade frait Unas at lowest prices, all genuine propositions  Creston, B. 6.  Is situated in the Kootonay Valley  between Kootonay Lnko and the  United States Boundary Lino, 70  miles Southeast of Nelson, 70 miles  Southwest of Oranbrook, and 100  milos Northeast; of Spokano.  What Lord Justioo Grantham said: For a  safe investment I prefer Croston to any  othor place in British Columbia.  What Hon. Thos. Taylor said: Oros-  ton Distriot is the garden of British  Columbia.  .What Andrew Gamajrio said: Tna  wiso man invests his monoy in good  real ostato.  What Jaoob  Astor did, mods |50,������  000,000 in renl e-ttnto in SO years.  Gain health and wealth, ahd prove  yonr wisdom by buying frnit lands in a  proven frnit olimnto, and whore no  irrigation is required.  iyii "jifu"i,MMuii������������inwwt������������������b������  IJUgMJMHIE'WMB'***'  to ibeyA r*A  xCfauner  mmMmwmwmimimmmwmmsimmm  vmm  r-L-rrt-T ifyiXT  nmvmfm  mm  mom  OesM  ^British Columbia  mwmmmmmxi  ^^J^^LL  References: Canadian Bank of Commerce* Creston, B.C., and^Bank of Montreal, Rossland, B.C.  BSsasWisssssisss^^    i   I  ' ���������  I  ���������������������������'">>  ���������I ���������/".',���������  0-V������  ���������MM  ���������MUM A O'JL'.J,  THE   CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW.  !*>������*.*!(  111C  BEST  ForWomen-Lydia E. Pank-  nam's Vegetable Compound  _������������T   \yss    eg   ttfaat  and worn oiit frotai a female weakness  that I concluded to try Lydia 53. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound. I took  several bottles of  it, and I gained  strength so i-apidly,  that it seemed to  make anew woman  of me. I can do as  good^a day's work  as I ever did. I  sincerely bless the  day that I made up  my mind to take  your medicine for  female weakness,  and I am exceedingly grateful to you for  STOPPED FOR LARGE PARTY.  But Conductor's Remarks Must Have  Been  Rather  Heated.  Most Torontonians remember the  late Judge Ferguson as a great man  in more senses of the word than one,  for he had height and breadth as well  a** depth. But few knew him as a  telegraph operator.  Arriving one day in Napanee to preside at the assize court t'-cre he found  that, instead oi the session lasting  aa he expected at least two days,  there would be no session at all, the  few cases on the calendar having been  settled out of court.  The judge decided he would return  to Toronto tha4. night, and. on towards  aver.inp      rjtaM^^     ofr    *llS    Station    to    Gil-  qu!\t'   ,iS  to train  times.  ���������'You can't get up till to-morrow  morning," cheerfully announced the  agent.   "There's no train."  "No train," exclaimed His Lordship. "Doesn't the G.T.R. night express  go  through   here?"  "It goes through all right," replied  the official, "but it doesn't stop."  "Can't you flag it?" asked the jiftlge.  "Not and hold mv job." replied thn  man. "That train's got the right of  wav as long as the rails are clear. It  won't stop this side of Belleville."  Bat Judge Ferguson hadn't reached the bench by thinking every block  in the load was an effectual bar to  Opposition to him  was au  Sl^&Jf ���������tf^'Ati^A-B#-ifsflsl'HHHsslWB  Your Choice of Four BCSnds Disc Harrows, also Diamond Clip, Lever and Boss Harrows*: See Dealer.  1   Extravagance   Localized  >  "Ma, what's a floating debt?"  .   "I  guess your  extravagant father's  yacht comes as near a& anything else  to it, son."  NEW STRENGTH  ifi THE SPHiNG  your kind letters, as I certainly profited ! progress.    uppo*uiou to  mm  wu������������  by them.   I give  vou permission to    incentive.    If a point seemed hard to  y them,   l give you permissio  publish this any time  you wish."��������� j  Mrs.   Albert   wickeit,   Belleville,  Ontario, Canada.  WomeneveryvVhereshouldremember  that there is no other remedy kuown  to medicine that will cure female weakness and so successfully carry women  through the Change of Life as Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, mado  Erom native rootp aud herbs.  For 30 years it has been curing  womenf rom the \vors>t forms of female  tils���������inflammation, ulceration, displacements, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, aud i  nervous prostration. (  make then so much more was the satisfaction in making it. He'd get  aboard that train if trying would put  him there. .  "I'm   an   old   telegraph   operator.'  said he to the agent.   "Do you mind if  I use the line ior a few minutes to see  if I can fix it up with  Montreal?"  "Certaiulv; go ahead. came the  ready assent. "-This is the despatched "wire. I've freight to look after.  I'll be back in a few minutes."  The judge t>oon got Montreal, and,  using the "telegraph signs for Napanee  station, queried.���������  "Will   you  *.top   the   night  express  If yoa want special adviee write  orittoMr>.PJnkhaa������,Lyim,]>l  It is free aud always, iielpf uL  for large party here."  ���������.    -t.   ,r      ���������-. -, - , -_ .     "Sure."     replied     the     despatches  &PA*!??^������^H������.^^ be O.K."  and off went Hh  ! Lordship, his huse portly frame shak-  i     '* ���������������������������       -' j ins with suppressed mirth.  "V<������     T   V-.-W   a   mrriPn "     "1   nre-        *" the w,Je snm* hours of the morn-  su Je   '-ou ^J������ VS^io  v4pPall   ������������* the express grumbled noisily to a  "Well.   no.     But   I   do   manage   to   the   deserted   platform  the  conductor  teep their chickens pretty  well *^. shouted^    ^    ^    ^    ^   ^  plleti- i party*" x   J  are   more  susceptible   to!     "Here it  is."  said the judse. str.d-  ' ing from the shadow oi the station to  the   coach   steps   which creaked   be-  Scme   persona      eolds than others, contracting derange-  cnents of the pulmonary organs from tie  slightest causes. Tbese should always  Stave at hand at bottle of Bickle's a.nti-  Consumptive Syrup, the present day sovereign remedy for coughs, catarrh ana  inflammation of the lungs. It will effect  3 ewe. no matter how severe the cold  saay tea. Ton c&xmot afford U> be with-  otrt a remedy like Bickle's. tor it is the  best.  ne3th  his weight.  "Well. I'll be  ."  Bu*   history   doesn't  say  conductor   sa:d   he'd   be."-  Night.  what   the  -Saturday  NATURE   NEEDS AID   IN   MAKING  NEW,  HEALTH   GIVING  BLOOD  In the spring the system needs toning   up.    To   be   healthy  and   strong  you   must  have   new   blood,   just   as  the  troes  must have  new  sap  to  renew their vitality.    Nature demands  it,   and  without  this  new  blood  you  ,will feel weak and languid���������you may  have twinges of rheumatism    or   tho  sharp    stabbing    pains   of neuralgia.  Often there are disfiguring pimples or  eruptions on tho skin.   In other cases  there is merely a feeling of tiredness  and a variable appetite. Any of these  are  signs  that   the   blood   is   out  of  order���������that the indoor  life of  winter  has  lessened  your vitality.    What is  needed  to put you  right is  a  tonic,  and   in   nil   the   world   of   medicine  thorc is no tonic enn equal Dr. Williams1  Pink Pills.    These Pills  actually make new, rich, red bipod���������your  greatest need in the spring.   This new  blood  drives  out  di&ease",  clears   the  skin  and makes weak,    easily    tired  men.   women  and    ohildren,    bright,  active and strong.      You   can    prove  this   by  your  neighbors  for  there  is  not n nook or*oorner in this great land  where some weak, ailing man or woman has not been    made    well    and  strong  by  this  great  medicine.    Mr.  H. Wilson; Stonewall,    Man.,    says:  "Some years ago I was    run    down,  languid   and   depressed   and   felt   as  though I was only fitted for life's scrap  heap.    A friend who had great faith  in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills gave me a  box.    Before they were all used I felt  some bettei, and thus encouraged got  a further supply, and it was not many  weeks until I was again enjoying my  former good health.   I think Dr. Williams'   Pink   Pills   a   boon   to   every  weak person."  ��������� Sold by all medicine dealers -or by  mail, post paid, at 50 cents a box or  six boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.. Brockviiie, Ont.  A   Fine   Distinction  When you find the intelligent woman at a loss for an answer just remember that you have found the exception which makes the rule.  "Woman is peculiar," said the husband of a bright woman with just a  shade of cynicism.  '.'Well, what-mow?" she queried,  smiling.  "Why, she jumps' at a mouse and  she jumps at a proposal oi marriage,"  wpa the reply, wljich he thought un-  aiibweiable.  "Yes," was the quick response,  "but just remember this, that she  does not jump in tha  at both."  T T-SITT-Rirgjjrp  T  consider   MINARD'S   iu.������ij.vi  the BKST Liniment in use.  I got my foot badly jammed lately.  I bathed it well with MINARD'S  LINiMENT, and it was as well as  over next day.  Yours-very truly,  The Busy,  Busy Bee's Lesson  "Now, little boys," said a Sunday-  school teacher as he beamed at the  little faces before him, "what lesson  can we learn from the busy, busy  bee?"  "I know," said Tommy.  "Yes, Tommy." snid the kindly-  faced man, "and what is it?"    l  Promptly said Tommy: "Not to get  stung."  A Pill That Is Prized.���������There have been,  many pills put upon the market* and  proBHOd upon public attention, but none  has endured ao Ion? or. met with bo  much favor as Parmelee's Vegetable Pills.  Widespread uso of them . has attested  their great value, and they need no further advertisement than -this. Having  firmly established themselves in public  esteem, they now rank without a peer in  the list of standard vegetable preparations)  A man who contends that he'3 just!  as good'as you are may not* be extra  good at thatv' , '    ,    .  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Your  druggist  will   refund  motfey^ il  PAZO OINTMENT  fails to cure  an?  Save the narrow paper that strips of  ribbon come on. When stitching on  thin materials use these papers to  place under the goods to avoid puckering. They are much'' easier to use  than strips of newspaper torn up.  in Dread of  "f   SOm������iriiilM  Yoa Can Scarcely Tel! What  ���������It Hay be "Hysteria,  Insanity, Nervous  Collapse.  DR. CHASE'S  NERVE FOOD  1  When the .nervous   system    breaks  down you live in  constant dread  of  something terrible about to^happen.  Physical  suffering  cannot   be  eom=  jr.v/jv^ uminani   i������n.  ������������ ,������.<=  ������������j . *m';ed' to   the. mental', agonies.of������the  lease of Itching,    Blind,    Bleeding 01'"nf.v.������"s wreck    who   fears    that    his  T.  G. McMULLEN. \ Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days'.   60c  Merely loving a woman doesn't satisfy her; she wants you to make love  to her.  Politely the serpent offered Eve an  apple. "Try that, madam," he said.  "You ean raise 400 barrels of them to  the acre on one of our -irrigated orchard farms in the Bezihgo' valley.  Your husband can puroiiase a forty-  acre tract on easy payments."  Shortly afterward the family moved  from Eden to seek the new home.���������  Chicago Post.  Don't ask questions of your troubles  until you have whaled them "into submission.  If-1 put in all my spare time think-  5ng np nice things to say about you. J  how happy we bhould both be.  eulfltty stops conebs, ������������*������������������ colds, heAte  &���������  throat and Innxa. *   ���������   -  ** ������������������*-  "I hear you actually encourage  your boy to send poetry to the magazines. Do you want your son to become a poet?"  "No, I merely want him to get the  conceit knocked out of him."���������Louisville Courier-Journal.  CuredEi  ������s*  -czema  aiid Danam  k ."1 nm ploaeed to Inform you that  t havo boen ourod by Outloura Boen  ���������and Olntmont, Blnoo I was a boy I  have suffered with dandruff, not only  from, tho itching but from Its die-  ���������ttttreonblo apnearanco in a ecoly form  kill ovor my head. I had io briuh it*  ���������off my clothes all day long. I wed  lovory kind cf preparation supposed  ito euro dandruff, oIbo eoape and  ���������haznpooe, but it eeemed to me that,  dnatoajl of Improving with theeo rom-  iodlefl, tho dandruff increased, oven  toy 'hair began to fall out and tho  b-eaulfc was that two montho ago  tecaoma developed on mv ncalp.  "I suffered so from this that as a  Qoat reflouroo I thought I would try  (Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Oint-  itnont. They* hud tho moat gratifying  awulti for I had used only one box  -ot Cuticura Ointment ana a elnglo  cako of Cuticura Soap when I was  toured, tho eczema ana dandruff wero  Dgono and my head perfectly clear.  *'I can assure you that so long as  1 live no other soap than Cuticura  'will bo used by me and all those near  to me. I will also add that I will  always use Cuticura Ointment as a  dressing for tho holr.^l feel thnt you  should know of my ouro and if you  deeiro you may use this oa a truo  testimonial whioh oomes from a sufferer of thirty years' standing. X  Mvill bo happy to toll any ono of my  wrperlenoe in order to assist those  ���������who may bo suffering from tho samo  xlimmie."    (Signed)    J. Aoavnoo,  Genera] Commission Merchant,  60 Pearl.St., New York.  CuUram Road ������nrt Otntnumt afford Ui������  ���������ptedlMt wtd matt economical treatment for  MehtBC burairiA acalr humora of Intent* rlilt-  ������lr������n and adulu. As In thia eaaa. a aingk- i������t la  otun ������un������l������nt. Bold throughout tbe world,  Jtead to Potter Drue ic Ctiem. OWp������ hoeton,  JJ. B. A. for 12-iwita Cuticura nook on txcau  ���������Mat of akin aad aaalp affliction*. ������������������  IMI-J   Mflt   Uli  irrvnxamrrmrs  Cuticur^  v> ointment  v;;::;;:v:u\i^*/^>.^:a,,  V"" '      ��������� V ���������'���������.<���������!������           A      ,.' r. , ... t -���������   .   ��������� 1  ���������"���������Shrrprrf.rfir-rsTYT",  ^jii.y.t.ri..ri.'.iiri\.\i.i.iii.u,.i..i,..  y^   wii ; 1.. 1 ,������iii   miii    Jy  '������������������   ,.  1 "' ttfl 11 ( y^r  ������F]  W. N. If., No. Ml.  Mean Trick on Reporters. ���������.  When Mr. Seymour Cor ley. Toronto's crown attorney, now in the limelight in connection with the Farmers'  Bank, was in Kew'York investigating  the transactions of the Ontario Bank,  he was accompanied by a brigade of  newspaper men. His duties involved  the taking of evidence in a number  of brokers' offices, and the brokers objected to the presence of the reporters. Their evidence was-only given  by courtesy, and' Mr. Corley found  himself in somewhat of a fix.  T:ie second day of his rtay, he attempted to :*teal away in the morning  unobserved, but the press representatives   caught   him.   and  accompanied  him to a well-known brokerage office  in   one   of   the   skyscrapers.  I     "Now."boys, you stay out in the cor-  i ridor.'    begged   the crown representa-  [ tive, "ani I'll give you a summary of  1 the evidence when I come out."    On  j'these terms, they agreed.  1     Minutes  passed  ���������  many   minutes.  ! The  reporters   were    decidedly  impa-  1 tient.    An  hour  sped.    At  last  they  decided to go. inside..���������'-.. There a clerk  1 informed them gruffly that Mr. Corley  I was not present.    "But we saw him  rgo In," they urged, "and we watched  1 the door."   The clerk opined that it  wa3 not.his business to explain such  mysteries.   Mr. Corley had gone; and  that was all there waa to it;*;"'"  Just then or- of the correspondents  noticed a stair within the offices leading up to the next, floor and the plot  dawned upon them.   Mr. Corley had  inountedit. made his exit into the corridor  above,  gone down  the elevator  1 behind their backs, and off to other  I offices���������they knew not where.  I    Tho  crown  attorney   had    never   a'  ! more hearty laugh than .when he look-  led out from the. elevator iti his down-  1 ward  passage and. saw th.^. backs of  Uho waiting newspapermen,'their eyes^  ioxpootnntly   gl'no    upon >tho    never-  j opening door.���������Toronto Weekly  Star.  j The Story  Interested  Him.  ! At a recent meeting ���������of tho York  !Pioneers, Mr. Thomiia Boll told n  I number of picturesque nnocdotns  nbout tho early days of Toronto. One  of thom concerned n negro who kept  |n hotel on Adelaide etroet In 1B4B.'  I The colored man mndo consldnrnhlfl  monoy, nnd wns able to givo his  tlnughter n fairly good oducntlon, It  was not thought very vurpriping,  therefore,* whon a white man came  Upon the scone nnd wanted to mnrry  her. A short time after tho wedding,  the    husband    suggested   thnt   they  E'lould go for a trip, nnd ns wedding  urneys wero not common In those  dnys tbo !brlde appreciated his  IhoughtfulnoHB. Thoy went ovor to  iho United Statce, nnd tho next thing  board about tliom wns thnt tho wife  trnb in slnvory and the hiubnnd hnd  ijisnpponrc-d with , the price of hpr  Teedom. It cost the father $10,000  to get her back to Conndn ������g������in.  Thero is n sequol'to tho telling of  Jio utory.    A mnn  who attended thn  [wetting of the pioneers imtorliiinod h  >w friends by recounting what ho  tad hoard. 8omo of tiVm who did  lot enro much nbout undent history  salrl vory little attention, hut during  Jto story of tho wedding trip ono of  Ihom suddenly liccurno intorerted.  Is ho was a mock mortiil with rnthor  " miHtfint wife, It. <mui*H rnthor a  hen hn nsknd nlrtioi-t enaerly nt  ooncUmlon of tin* story. ''Wlicro  lid you sny thoy wont tbf"���������Sutirtjdny  (iifht. '. ���������  She���������They say that an apple a day  will keep the doctor away.  He���������Why stop there ?_ An onion a  day will keep everybody away.���������  Sacred Heart Review.  CURED THE WIFE  AND HUSBAND TOO  (    '     >    -j -  + - a* 1.      1 1       ^  GREAT  WORK   DONE   BY   DODD'S  KIDNEY    PILLS. ;IN    ONE    , '  ^-'.-QUEBEC   FAMILY  CURED   HIS   RHEUMATISM.  Yarmouth. N.S., June 2., -1908.���������"I  have been bothered with Rheumatism  for the past yeaT and have taken a  good many kinds of medicine and  found no relief for it.  "One dny a friend advised me to  try Gin Pills, so, I did, and after taking -only one box oi them, I felt like  a new man.  "I thought I would write you a few  lines to let you know how thankful  I feel for the relief they gave me, and  would advise all sufferers from Rheumatism to'get Gin Pills."  WM. CONTY.  Sample free if you write National  Drug and Chemical Co. (Dept. N.U.),  Toronto. All dealers have Gin Pills  at 50c. a box���������6 boxes for $2.50.   -  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Burns,  etc  No   man   need  be  lonesome < if  he  knows how to say. "Hello."  To mount from duty to duty is to  mount from glory to .glory. "��������� .-  'Protect the child* from the ravapes of  worms by using Mother Graves Worm  Exterminator. It Is a standard remedy,  and years of uso have enhanced its reputation. ���������  . .-a  Canadian farmland is highest in  British Columbia, where.it is largely  occupied for fruit growing.  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  with LOCAL APPLICATIONS! M ther cannot reach  the eeat ot the disease.. Catarrh ls a blood or constitutional dlaeago. and !o Order to euro It you must taka  internal remedies. -Hallo Catarrh Cura !s tabch Internally, and acta directly upon the blood and muroua  ���������uifacea. Hall's Catarrh Cure la not a quack medl-  eln*. It wm nrescrlbed by ons ot the beat phyalclana  la thia country (or years and Is a regular prescription.  gt is composed ot the best tonics known, combined  with the best ttoOd purifiers, acting dlretftly on tha  nucous surfaces. The perfect combination ot tha  two Ingredients ls what product* such wonderful ra-  ���������ulta in curing catarrhs Send (or testimonials, free.  P. J. CHENEY * CO.. Fropa.. Xolado. Ol  Bold bj DruKHllts. price 75c. .  Taka Hall's Family Pills (or conatipauaa.  mind 'may give ,way or that his body  may.be paralyzed. >  In this  condition  you  must suffer  alone  for friends  cannot  understand  jor, sympathize   with  you.    They  tell  you to, cheer  up  or  that it is  only  imagination.  "You'cah only throw off this'Hepres-  sion when, the nerve cells are restored to health by such treatment as Dr.  I Chase's Nerve  Food.    Your digestive  system has failed to    supply    proper  nourishment  to, the  nerves  and  you  are compelled to seek aid from other  sources.  It will take some patience and persistent treatment, but there is no way  by which you can so certainly restore  health -and> vigor- as by the "use of  Dr.   Chase's   Nerve   Food.  The bestJipie to restore the nervous  system is long before such a critical  condition is reached. Such symptoms  as headaches, sleeplessness, nervous  indigestion, muscular weakness, loss  of energy, failure of memory and power of concentration, irritability and  discouragement tell of a failure of  the nervous system and warn yoii of  the approach of serious trouble.  Dr. Chase's. Nerve Food, 50 cents a  box, 6 boxes for $2.50; all dealers, or  Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  i ���������   '  The man who wants to share his  joy always has plenty to share.  Pierce each end of an egg and blow  contents out. Fill with plaster paris  (warmed) ;��������� .let harden, and you have  a nest egg that will last for years.  Moreover, this- is much ' better than  the white egg generally-used.  Clergyman���������And how would you  like to be a minister when you grow  up?  Boy���������No, thank you; I'm tired of  wearing things that, button 'up the  back.  The humorist looked sadly at the  return envelope in which the" editor  had put his rejected witticism-  "Another joke at my own expense-,"  he sighed. *       ������  ?5hitehh Uiire  oklystoiw coughs, curca eolds. heal*  ttu-oat nnd   lucga. ���������   ���������   -  25 c������ntm.   *     *  th*  "When are you going to pay me for  those wigs you had from me two yeaTS  ago?" *a=ked the anxious stage cos-  tumer. "Laddie," replied the man pf  tracedy, "I'm an actor, not a proph-.  et." ,  l  mil  klr w  111*'   ot  Thomas Lauriault had Kidney Disease and his Wife Bright's Disease  and Dodd's Kidney ^ PMIs Made  Them Both Well.  Lac Cayamont, - Que., (Special).���������  There is a world interest in the simple story of Madame Thomas Lauriault of this place. ��������� In her own^ words  it is as follows:    *  "Dodd's Kidney Pills cured my  husband of Kidney Disease and myself of Bright's; Disease. We Tecom-  mend Dodd's Kidney,.Pills to all who  suffer from Kidneyor Bright's Disease."  This is a splendid example of the  grand Work Dodd's Kidney PUls are  doing among thei plain peoplevpif Canada.- ��������� Kidney,!;disease- ia'the commonest of all; ailments iamong tKose who  have to work "���������hard.-? 'because the kidneys are the flrstpart of the*body to  feel the wear and tear of heavy work.  When the kidneys go wrong the  blood goes wrong', and the whole,body  goes wrong. Rheumatism,-'' Dropsy,  Diabetes nnd Bright's Disease are the  usual resultB. Dodd's Kidney Pills  cure,these by simply curing tho kidneys.      |A     ��������� ;_, _ ^ v<      ,..r.,  Mr. S^mson���������XVilliei-; didn't you go  to:the tt'unk-mnkor's ^'yesterday ,And  toll* hini; to send round the trunk I'  ordered?  Willie���������Yes, pa. . . ���������  Mr. SHmsonr-WeU, hero, is the  trunk, bulj/hb strap. - A ' ���������    ,"   J  Willio���������Yea, pa; but I .fold Wm I  thought you hndYi't bettor have-any  strap.���������SacrridiHeart Review.'  Fond, Mothor-rlt war* at thlfl point  in thof*.landscape/.tliat my ������������������ daughta*  rccdivod a do'claratiQjri^and acooptod.  Firiona���������-And tell us tho rest o! tho  romanc.c, .**���������..  Fond Mothor���������Unfortunatoly,, that  ia all thoro waa to it.���������Moggendorfor  Blnotlor, ,  "li yon wanted to bo oxrict In to-  gavd to a passago in tho Biblo." iho  protoBRor wafnneked, "would yoii re������  fer to thb pernon who looked na H ho  know a good deal, or tho Raintly-loolt-  ing onoP" "Nolthbr,'< floid tho pro-  fcBRor, "I'd look it up for myself."���������  Buffalo. Express.      .  Until tho yonr. 1800 tho English  klngsi woro : nlRO x ���������nllotf , kino* .. of  France, although tbo last, continental roBBOsfllon wasA lontv during tho  refarii::o! Mary. Until thq Frcnoh rov-  alution of .1780 '." tho PronoU kings  Bt.ylod thfrntfelvM,', among othor  things, klngft'ofJoruBalom,  , wmSmmoimm^^mmmitm bumf** ���������'  "Ah! 'Ro that 1* thn oldoRt inhnbl  tantR" nald tho; oity man, *"A, vv.or-  ablo ilguro truly;. How do you ac  count for him havinu lived all thoso  years." ...    "Woll." n trifle acidly ropllnd Iho  landjord of tho Bkeodeo tuvwn. "I  gunHfTll'N b'ouu' ho'a novor dono anything ol8o,','���������X*uok.  .-���������I,,  '���������j������...  '   .  ���������'-   '���������"..".s\->  '   ;'. "XX'r'[X- :AXyx\y:;,yAyy^ :,: X.X'AX        ,-  ���������   ' ���������    ..'.-���������.,.-������������������*. .���������.<������������������: y'yyyyyy:,". ���������' ��������� >��������� yy ; iy,y.yy.....,, xyY :,...:���������;.��������� .y,vi A y\ .;���������; .������������������.;;., ���������;.., y ���������:, ������������������;.-..;;, ..,yy.y  .*** "^ *^ "!*. ���������.'.* m!' a^l^,*^t**1**1!'1.'?* * .'^l* T^'.X.t!t'.t!f*'y*Y'X'X,Z".r..l X.A. .t.. _ .\s '. /. r- *.'.'��������� I * *V* * V ^*!"!v .**'.*.*''..! .^'l'. .s.?r. .'.\.? *!'. .\t?'.f^. r.'.V?.'*!. .^.'!... V ".*.* TM T^^*t****' ****** Tt~*T" ~" -������������������^���������n���������*���������j~- r-rr *n> x^r ���������i*i-i-ii-j-y r-^- tj*vi~- iij< > n,u������ tii.unwM-'rtiiwwiM.wiai XHE    CRESTON,    B.   C,    REVIEW;  I  '*<  I  I  rr  ���������  I  m One Roast fiays  any  -^e-  r^8i&  (fm.m^A   \  chase'Is solid  meat,  without  a waste  bit of bone.  Even the preparation of the beef for  Its first appearance may differ with each  week.   When this is the case  the family  does net weary of what one man cta.Us  "tlie old standby."    There are ways of  ���������preparing it that will make it seem almost like a new kind of meat.   It may  be roasted fry itself, witb white potatoes ^  browned ���������around it; ix may be served in  a bed of tender and light Yorkshire pudding;   it   may   have   a   dressing   a   la  Milanese, which transforms it completely  In flavor.   To know how to let the meat  "play many parts" Is to insure its popularity.    Good  as plain  roast beef  may  *be���������hot  on   one  day   end   cold   on   the  next���������John and the children  will tire of  it presented in this way, and thia only,  week after week.  into a bowl two cups, of flour sifted  three times with a teaspoonful each of  salt and baking powder.    Into a pint of  i  milk stir two well-beaten eggs, add tliis  to the sifted flour and beat until free of  all lumps.    Do all this a quarter of an  hour  before  taking the beef  from  the  oven.     Dip   cut   six   tablespoonfuls   of  gravy from around the beef, skim off as  much of the grease from it as possible,  turn into a square pan and set thie on  the upper grating of the oven until very  hot.    While  it  is  heating  prepare  the  batter   as   jue-t   described   and   pour   it  immediately into the sizzling fat.   Bake  quickly  to  a light brown.    When don's  transfer the beef to a hot platter, .cut  tire Yorkshire pudding into squares with  a very sharp knife and lay it around the  beef.  For  beef   a   ia   mode   select  a  large  roast,  not  less than 8  pounds���������more if  you   have   a  good-sized   family.     Have  nr butcher lard it with stripe of salt  perk   projecting   on   each   side   of   the  beef.    In  the  spaces   left  between  the  bits   of    pork    make    incisions     clean  through the meat from one siide to the  other.    Make a forcemeat  of ont  part  finely minced salt pork to three parta of  line crumbs.    Season  ihis mixture  with  salt,     pepper,     minced    parsley,   sweet  marjoram and thy-me, and moisten to a  paste     with     vinegar     and     a    little  Worcestershire   sauce.     Fill   the   holes  in   the   beef   as   full   as   they   can   be  pressed' with this mixture.   Wind a strip  of strong mu-Jin firmly about the meat  and  fasten   it  securely.    Put  the roast  into  a deep pot,  pour about it enough  well-seasoned stock  to cover it,  add a  tablespoonful of vinegar,  a hay leaf, a  minced  onion,   a  sliced   carrot,   several  doves, 2 blades of mace and a stalk of  celery   cut   small.     Cover   closely   and  simmer, allowing fifteen minutes to the  pound.    When   so'  tender   that   a   fork  runs into the meat easily,  remove the  ���������pot from the fire and let the meat get  cold   in   the   liquor.     When   stone   cold  oughly done and drain very dry.   Add  just enough well-seasoned tomato sauce  to make a rather stiff mixture.   Put a  layer of this in a pudding dish and press  it smooth around the sides of the disb,  making  a  rice  casing inside   the  dish.  IS this will not remain in place, put  ������    t&n 01   bowl inside the puddir^ disft  ti.   keep   the   rice   in   place   until   It   is  stiSf and  cold.   Then  remove  the bowl.  This  rice  mixture  must    be    prepared  some hours before you wish  to use it. y  Cut the roast beef into small pieces of  uniform   size;   put  them  into   a  saucepan with a well-seasoned and thickened  gravy,   and   stir   until   heated   through.  Remove and set aside until cool.   Pour  this   meat   preparation   into   the   rice-  lined  dish;  set  In  the  oven  until  very  hot  and serve.  If one prefer potato to rice, one ins.}*  prepare meat as just directed and pour-  it into a pudding dish lined with mashed*  potato that has been allowed to be~-  come cold and stiff.  Meat balls with mushrooms are very  -A'  Hake   out   the  beef,   put  it   on   a  largo   good.   Put the cold roast beef through-  MONG many housewives a roast  of, beef, is ^considered t an expensive dish, and the purchase of a  rib roast- of - fair proportions  an  extravagance   which   is   not   to   be   in-  "^dulged In- often.   In 'its' platie^our'house-',' broth or cream soup, but there is sel  mother has, sometimes, a steak, somc-  . 'times chops, sometimes even a shoul-  "der of  lamb,  and,  loofiing at   the  bill  for  each, of  these  dishes,   contrasts  .with what the "best cut" of beef would  be   and congratulates herself that she  has saved money. '  I do not ��������� want to dash her pride in  her frugality, but tii'e beef would, bave  been more "economical than any other of  the substitutes she has selected.   To be  4  sure, the original price is perhaps  twice that of the steak and much more  than the chops or shaulder of lamb���������  for a prime rib roast of beef leaves very  little of a $2 bill. But what bas she  left after one meal has been supplied  ���������by any one of the dishes that I have  mentioned? There is. perhaps, a little  bit of the tough end of the steak, good  only to add to the stockpot or to put  with some other cold meat for a stew  ox hash. There never is anything remaining of a chop except the bone, and  unless, like Kipling's poor hero in "The  Light   That   Failed,"   one   possesses   a  . r. . - .  pmall dog. who must be fed on "chop-  bones,"   even   these   will   have   to   be  dom enough meat left to furnish even  a part of a second meal.  ' Not so with roast beef. For she who  " watches well the ways ef her household can make much of this popular  viand. When it is cut' in the shop at  which she buys it she will insist that*  her butcher remove the ribs and roll  the meat, skewering or tying it into  a sightly round. She will also demand '  that the ribs and bits of fat cut off-  known in butcherly parlance as "trimmings"���������toe sent home with the roast.  The bones are then put into a pot with  enough oold water to cover them, with  a sliced onion, carrot and turnip and a  etalk of celery, and set at the side of  the range, where they will simmer slowly for same hours. After which salt  and pepper may be added, and when  the "stock" thus made is chilled and  skimmed o-f all grease that rises to  the surface it forms the basis for a  delicious beef broth, which may be  thickened with barley, rice or sago. So  already cup roast has given us a nourishing soup for one dinner. Now all  ���������that   remains  of   the  housewife's   pur-  As long as there is any of the piece  de resistance left it may be dressed in  some new fashion and be so well disguised that it will not be recognized toy  its best friends as the Original Sirloin  with whom they made acquaintance at  the noonday Sunday dinner. The housemother who cannot make one good-sized  Toast of beef masquerade in three different shapes must be lacking in ingenuity or have an unusually large or  ravenous family.  One of the Vest ways of serving roast  beef for Us first appearance is with  Yorkshire pudding.    To make this, put  plate and lay a weighted plate flat upon  the top of it. Leave the meat thus  weighted for at least twelve- hours-;  longer if possible. Slice with a very  'sharp knife into thin slices.  For beef a la  Milanese  roast in the  1       IT  ordinary way. When the meat is done  transfer It to ^. hot platter, skim the  gravy left in the pan and thicken it  with browned'flour. Have ready a generous handful of sultana raisins and an  equal quantity of pine nuts. These may  be bought at many of the large city  groceries, but if you cannot get them,  blanch almonds and split them length-  v ise. Stir the nuts and stemmed raisins  into the thickened gravy, season with  salt and pepper and ������M>ur over and  around tbe beef.  Instead of serving roast beef on its  second appearance cold, prepare it as  follows: Lay the slices of cold beef in  a. dressing made of a saltspoonful of  white pepper, twice as much salt, two  tablespoonfuls of vinegar and three  tablespoonfuls of olive oil. Mix well and  pour over the beef. Leave for an hour,  then drain each slice, dip into a thick  fritter batter ana fry in deep fat-to'd,  golden brown.   Serve very hot.  Another way of preparing beef fir  a second appearance is" In a riae-and-  tomato   scallop.   Boil   rice   until   thor-  a  meat  chopper;  mix   it   with   enoughr  well-seasoned   and   thickened   gravy   to.  moisten  slightly  and  add  a  couple of*  tablespoonfuls of driea crumbs.   Mix to*  a paste that may be handled and make-  into meat balls,   ^ry in shallow fat to.  a   good   brown  aijd   lay  on   a  platter.  Stir   ir.to  the   grease   left   in  the   pan  enough browned flour to blend well and  cook  together  until   they  bubble,   then  add a cup of good stock or gravy and  stir  to a smooth  sauce.   Add  a cupful"  of French mushrooms   and. when these  are very hot, stir In a generous spoonful or sherry and pour this sauce over  the meat balls.  a.        ���������  b ���������-  -The Housemothers' Exchange  IMPORTANT NOTICE  j-%ECAUSE   of   the   enormous  ,r< , number of -letters  sent  to  ���������*-* ' the Exchange, I must "aa#.  ��������� contributors  to  limit  their oo������t-  \munications to ioo words, except  in cases of  formulas or recipes  whioh require greater space.    I  (want all my   correspondents, to  '- havci a  showing in  the . Corner^  and if my request in this respect  is complied with it will be possi'  .hie  to print many more letters.  Attention is called to the fact  that Marion Borland cannot re-  , .ceive- money for patterns, aa she  has no connection with any department tliat sells them.  Boned Hamti  ., Have you room In the Exchange, for a  l sclpe I can confidently recommend to my  * later housekeepers?   It la a pleasing dish.   ,  '    '*  ' Stuffed Ham .  Remove the bone fiom the ham with a  strong. s*iarp knli'e ant] fill the cavity thus '  r loft with a dressing made to su.t the taste  r���������of the cook. A Rood stuffing may be made  or breadcrumbs wot'with milk, 2 eggs, a  tablespoonful of butter, thyme and celery  and half a dozen chopped oysters.  Bind securely Into shape nnd inclose tho  ham in a paste of Hour and water to keep  tho Juices In. .Tie-or bow the ham thus enveloped In a pudding cloth; put Into a pot  of boiling water and boil gontly, allowing  twenty minutes' per pound.  _,, '    _ . r  r>   i ���������   '    r������        i Remove'the ham  from the water   when  jThC QueSilOil Of Baking FOlVder      dono  und  tnko off the   ling and  the paste  SOME timo ago a correspondent asked   ' '  ?���������rt\ . pftr,������ ",0 8,W,n tt*ay c������ef������������������'.   f������  about-tlu. eKect upon baling powder        .��������������������� *���������*���������* ������><"������ '"to ">������ ���������*���������<i roaster,  ,.���������;V(:I,.,-.dojigli of waiting somo .lioura before  ;''i't*'is. coplccd.  In  tho  earlier  years of  my  housewifely  llfo. o when  thyrc  wero, "only  two of ub,V  " cakeV-Wolpes fts found In cook books wfero  .'���������y'.i.y  y, <'*������������������-  *���������> -too largo -for/ .ua...- .1 formed tho. habit of  saving a. bowlful of tho dough whon I  ,,;.������������������'-yjhado ,oa|������> In tho morning,' sotting it asldo  ',''.-. '.J'tiT7nV^^.'ob6r'plttco':''untli''*thb'7'ovoi:ilnB.v Then'it  wna turned ovor a pudding dish of pared  primefavorite with us," . ...;...  The texture ot tlio cnUo and that of ttio  pudding mado   (rom  tlift-, namo  batter wit*  vory unlllco.    Tli������yoa^'4wla&;f������|mo,ot|i,  aotljy ,       ������������������ ,. ������������������    ..-_ >���������  nnd fino grained j'tlio Jiu^dlrig tyttiii' lighter,';'..;       ':A--ri   '���������' ���������'������������������������������������'" :���������,      :<     .  ���������coaraor'ln.Rrftln'-d'nrt'ao^ forRePtSterS  at flrat. but quickly become,dry and ftnr.d.'A.  V    .*��������� Ht/������.������1',,,i,i ..... t* n.������ i,���������.,���������,.w.���������.v,L .,.���������,....���������  I WnVo a Mcni and no|������libor who Is noted   ** A- v*'Woul.l say to tlio liouscmoihor to w\u>m  coat' well with fine breadcrumbs,  set in a ���������.  moderate oven and cook (covered) tori minutes for* each pound of ham. ,;'���������..  .'.-.'                  Mrs. n. M. <Lakcport, Cal.>;  ?'?VA'--- new    and    toothsome    dlah.   You  may well call it "ploaalng.". The only  difficult part of  the. process ia boning  the ;Iham..' When:...I. try It I .'u.ha.Jl send  the ham to my accommodating butcher ���������  to perform  the operation.  Or, if John  rtntvei a keenv,;carvrorA iuicJ - a Astrjorin;.'��������������������������� dett  hand he may be adequate to "the task.  The atuited ham must bo eapoclally. nice ���������  whon cold.and sliced thin.   \  for thiiiVioxaoHohbc of hor doughnut*.   Thoy,  apo   mndo   with   avtfaot ;mlllt.,and, balclng'    ,  |iowdor,.������'''Ono ofi thu Vroquirorinij^ta ��������� ts -'-'to! Jot';  tlio dough utaiid'in-a uold plaoo for Bo'mu y  time boforo rolling out ond  frying. A'Sho .  tnlxc* tlio  dough  directly  nftor   broalcfaat   '  iuid puts It in a cold placo to stand whllo   *  , alio   dooa   thu   morning   hoUioworU.; Tho ;���������  doughnuts  thus mado nro  llR-Htcr than If  thoy   wero  cooked  as   soon  us   thoy   aro  mixed,  Wo nloo mako a nut broad with baking  iwwdor, which stands In tlio pan In a warm,  placo to rUb for thirty minutes boforo ������<o-  ing into tho ovon, Whon biiKud It Iium tho  toxturo oi yooat broad nnd allaua in tho  jwmo way na If ralaod with yuuat and loft  to rlso ovornlght.  '���������' 'JBIA.NTO BA1COTA, UbU'on, H. D.).  Verily ours Ib an ngo of dUlllufllona  and     Innovations    upon     lioiiHOwirely '  HKUhodu!   lt  atatfRoro  ono a. littlo   to  Imnr  that   "aulck  blBcuUn,"   "minute  robs'  and   ''qulojc  nally lunn"   aro  to  ho rclouatod to tho realm at past oiuorn..  I wUb our atu-mlflt. would oxnmiri the  worlwu* of the'^ralnlnir ajtonts, whld  wo hayo a-jBtimod in our ignornivco differ  in.action from yonBt;  Our, Hootch fore-  ffloth-������ri, oaiio-1 ft "barm."' In old Now  Eugland it w������* spoken of familiarly a������  ������������������omrtyinofl."  Why,    i    could    novor,  ���������iftltlnir powdoru way.be don.lt with in  like, uiannori  llfo in, mndo a burden by, tho,dust arising  through the registers of a hot-olr furnace  timt, by' aprondlng umlei each register, a  vV^or, of ������)llt batting oloth slio will catch  'most of >tht) dun and yet not hinder tho  .boat from'coming up, a weekly wnnlilngiof  tho batting, Is all thnt Ih ncuilcd���������an ensy  tnaU compared��������� with tlio eternal dusting  mndo hoodwsnry by tlio nonting dmt.  ii I -havo also discovered that tho, host  Dutch chocso I ovor ato wna mndo by my-  Bolf, at homo; in town. I put a big pan of  moiii*. inll'i, or, buttermilk, or ������ mlxtura of  tho two, over n register, cov������r it, to koop  out duivt nnd loavo It thoro all day or nil  /night, Whon It Is firm, or "lopporoil," it  will ba ready to strain through oheoaooloth.  Tl.o alow hoot mnlces tlio obeoiio creamy and  not hard to dry.  Mix tho curd with ������woet cream, salt and  poppor and sorvo oltlior warm or oold, If  madoat^lglit, you may havo a vrry delicate breakfast dish.  I hope you cAn.u������n this, Wo have'ro-  CD.vtid ac .nucii rxich* from tlio Uxohiuiifo  that t wish to roolprricaw. tha boneDt to  ���������ome extent. Ml tt, fClik������go>,  JByn, neomlnnr iMioident T mado a  Hlmllar dlnoovwy anont cream ohooao  la������t Hiimmop 'For forty* yearn lnnd  boon imod to ������we|ng it niado by heat-  Jngr ttaureid milk almofft to hoi 11 nir point  The far-jfamod Bavonxbiro cream n������  mudo by boattiiir puro rich croam tn  the same v^ay. My cook told me, with  a contrite sigh, that she had forgotten  to put s. jar of milk in the cellar the  day before and overlooked it upon tho  pantry shelf until lt was a/"loppered"  mass. This was early in the ^aftemoMj,  and we had planned to bave a c;Ui .  supper, tho weather being Intensely  warm and that being .the waitress'  "day out." An idea seized me suddenly. I turned the solid ' curd into a  cheesecloth bag and left it to dilp for  two hours in a cool corner. At the end  of the time tho bowl set to catch tn<i  whey was full of the graylBh-greeh  liquid, and in the bag was a lump of  smooth creamy cheese. I beat into it  a little sweet cream; salted it to taste,  and served at the oarly supper the most  delicious cottage cheese we had ever.  eaten. It was as bland as sweet cream  and lacked the .granulation inseparable  from curd heated to scalding:. Since  then I have never cooked curds jCor cottage cheese.   ., .,...���������-...,���������������. wi ,.  The ������-ontlo slow heat applied by our '  Chicago member would tnko the plivce  fn cold weather or summer ivyulrmtb..  A       PreticliFriedCakes  ��������� I aond a rocloo for Proioh fried cnk^B,  asltod for by ".Mrs. H. <3, 8." (Preston,  Cuba). They are roally VOermnn frlod-  alria," and vory popular with Germans and .  othora who aro fortunato onough 'to partake of tliemi' Onoo oaten, they a^o alw������y������  llkc-Ji',;       ; ������������������,���������������������������'; ( ������������������.,-;  Ono onn of cironm, the Volte* of fl oggs  (novcr tho whiten), i oup of sugar, a pinch  of salt, l tablospoonful of brandy and Hour  for araoft dougli-Qbout 3 oujw of slftod  (lour. IUMI Into a sheet a nf th of an Inch  in thickness nnd out, Into squares with a  tlutlngdron. * Itun tho Iron (or traeor) twlco  across each squnra. Fry In deep rat about  ono m Imi to, or until tha squares.are of a  Ifoldoh lM'own, turning but once,  Uso two forks In putting them on to fry,  and twlet thom Into slgaags, ao tliat thoy  will, not roimiln Hat. . Tnoy an prettier  formed thue. t)o hot put too many Into  th������ fat ot onoo, ns thoy nrc������ imnlly broken.  And tako thom out aa soon us thoy ari  dono, Tho llnvor la Injurod by long oook.  ing, ������������ i������ also tbo Color. Thoy should not  got roully brown. Nor should tho dough be  isjllod moro than onoo. Handling makes It  tough. Those nro fine! I hope "Mrs. 10.  a. 8." will liko thom I   ���������-.--��������� ..;���������-���������  Mr������. li. M. c. (St, Paul, Minn,).  t3h<** will auroly, If onoe oho hucocoub  In muklng thom nrijtht. I . roco������nl������e  H������o dainty orullom aa old family favorite*. Wo callod thom "Aunt Mar-  8������r<*t'������ Crookod Jumblon," The dainty  gontlowomari from whom wo had the  r������ol|*w*. twlBtm.1 Hie ilutod oaken with a  awirt turn of tho fbiwora In dropping  thom Into the fat, in Common Honae in  tho Houmohold thoy flirure uh "Aunt  Maroftirut'n JumblOM." Nobiwly ei������e  ever made audi dolloatoly doiloloua  triumph* of the -formula ue   who   for  wiiorti ihey were named, but w������ achieved  a very fair imitation.   ,     A iAV  Drawn Butter.  "J. Q. H," (Burkcsvllle, Ky.) asks how to  mnlto / di-awn, butter  sauce  ror cakes  and  '" iiuddlngs, '������������������'.'.��������� ���������    .''"���������' ���������'.''������������������'V.'  Just as you would moke It for moato and  flsh, but le.i\c out tho pepper and add  ���������weetening. Plovor with lomon iuloo; if  ono doAlres to havo a tart sauce. If you  have no lemonv, substltuto vinegar, Swooteh  to tasto and "draw" the butter In milk,  or water, ns yoii prefer. We UUo milk for  tlio swoot anuco.  Mrs, U. M. C, (independence, In..).   ,  Magazines for Shut-In  In <l recent number ot the TCxohAngo you   ,  .  mentioned a shut-Inland hor craving  for  muRflElntia.   If you will send her addro'ae u>  mo, 1 will mail her some regulurly.  > HICLBN P. L. (Detroit, Mloh.).V  If you had Riven the slgnaturo attached to the appeal of tho Bliut-ln you1  would liavo hnd her aidrona by mall,  nlthouyh it In ngulnut our rulca to  answer ruciuentH for addressee when hot  accompanied by Htamps for r������ply. Our  Ahut-lnn who lon������. for reading mattor  havo a warm plnpo In our hearta. und  wo nro ever ready to fltrnln a point  in thoir favor, T.'iero are no many of,  them that we cannot Identify tho particular ouro you would rollcvo.  In tho hope that flh������ may giiosg for  whom your kindly offer Ir Intended. I  print your letter, Ur, porhapa, . you  havo kept tho paper and nro, therefore  abl������.to aid us In the qticut?  Positively Last appearance  Albeit wo hnvo called a halt In tlie  publication of roelp������H for Poach  Cobbler, I am tempted to mid just one  moro���������positively th* last nppniirancef���������  if only to allow how a mnaoullne m������m-  Perfumed Beds  rp������BBBE ls  nothing very novel,   ths i  l       unlniUatc-d moy think, about per- *  -*-     fumed beds, for every one knows .*  how good housewives have for a genera-  ,  tion ptided themse.ves on their napery,   ;  and that one of their special little fads  was to place lavender bags among the  sheets   in   oraor  to add  a little  to  the  luxury of  the  sleeper.    But  when  perfumed   beds   are   talked   of   nowadays  something   is  contemplated   which   was  unknown to the old-time housewife.  Now between the mattress and tho ���������  sheet there is laid a scented pad���������a thin  quilted .affair, which, has one layer of  cotton freely sprinkled with the favorite  sacnet powder���������which causes the who.e  bed to n-oell deliclously of roses, v alets������  or   ^ ft**** .*er   may   be  the  choser   per*.  ��������� TPillo*** are also opened an .-acsw^,  powder is siWi.T'-'id among the teuilwrSj..  Orris makes - perfume resembling: Xta-r-  lets, and thero are some people w������������ l������k9-  that of pine, which is easily obtained by-  gathering the nee-files from the ti ees in.,  summer and laying them flat in nttI6>,  sacks, which are Inserted in both pad&<.  and olllowo.    Ear Effected ���������'; '  Ctih any of your wl������? and compoBSlonate--   ,  rendora tell me what to do for a runnings  oar?   I have been under the doctor'b bands-  for   months.     By   his   advice   I   have   txiaiU  n-.any things, and I am np better tor Wixu  or for his remedleo.    Perhaps 'aomo member of tbo Uxclmnge may know of a simple  cure-    Will   you  kindly  askV  through your  Coiner?   1 am a great sufferer."  ���������"������,' M. M. (Now York oity).  "W^.-e I In your place I should consult  a specialist in the oaro of the oar. The  .average general practitioner has a way  of passing over the treatment of the  eye und the ear to those of the profession who havo devoted time and  study to these or-ranu. Keep the ear  very clean and wear a bit of absorbent  Ananltary cotton in It nil the tlino to ex-  cludo the air and tioxIoub germa that  would irritate It. Some mombora of our  great family may suggeat, aa you'flay.  a simple remedy othors have tried with  bonctlclal results, Do not tamper wim  the delicate organ.    ,. .  :  ������������������������������������_, . ���������'. V y  TdGteanSteelS  STEED, -when rusty, may bo cleaned  Vby giving the artlcloa good cooling of Rweet oil, icavlncr It for a few  days and thon rubbing It with uns nited  llmo.  ..-..���������       ,,���������,.,.���������:  ber would write a formula warranted  to bring forth the peaceablo fruits of  excellent cookery. Alao, if the truth  must bo told In full, bocaunp the contributor Is a man and "a Jolly good  follow." <":.'���������'  For tho Inrortnotion of "Mrs. S.," ������>f  Elgin, 111.  Penoh cobbler ii "beverage"? Oh, my.  not In the sunny south It Is made In a  deop pnn, aomothing nfter Ihe style of a  "munt pie." Tho penohca are peeled and  h'ft wholo, or hnlved, properly suRftrml  and a liberal o.iunk of butter put Into  them, with a lovely plo crust on top  (punctured with a lork), ntiu baked In  . the oven the same ns any good old. plo  Is baked, and aorved hot with plenty ot  rioh cream. APPl* cobbler may bo' mndo  In tho snmo way, Our southern colored  woman myn "Oood? Uh huh! Mo������* as  good as 'possum an' awcet tntoha,"  You must hnvtr thought It a "bevoiatfu"  akin to "sherry colitiUr"!  A    M*SJ    (Chl������������(������eo).  _>    im  Canned Meat  I nolo' In tho JSxeliniiKo An Inquiry froni  It c. U��������� I'lttuburg, ������������������,, regarding  onnneil meat, t Inoloso a clipping (rom  tho Dakota farmer, Aberdeen, ft, D.,  whioh uniwors the auestlon, I. hav*  never canned moat tnvsolr, aa I live in  town and have no ooohsion. to do ao, but  1 personally know of Its lining.dona moat  muit-eimfuily by . many who have .tnvir  It ia not nearly ao  own  meat  supply,  much nr suolr dlsmgreenbla work na pick-  Hni; meat, and gives.a desirable variety.  You say H Is cheaper to buy suob supplies if ono'a time '* worth anything:  I ngreo with you, If materials and fuo|  liavo to, be bought for cash at retail,  prices; - but whoro wood, meat and fruit  uro homo grown and would not sell in .  town for' vory muoh, the. hounokocpe/'s,  timo cannot bo used more prolitabi" thnrv  In making uso of tlu*w products.    ..,'  .  Mrs; K, .J. 8., Preston, Cuba. a������������������ t*������  gardlhg u apodal sort of French frUd,  cnlces. They nro made by taking ohou  pumIo, nit for Uosioii cream puffs, putting  It in a pastry bug with * star tube mid  anueealnit In rings two inehea across on  to four-Inch aautroa of white paper. Put  ouch, paste sldo down, Into deop fat; In  a short time the paper may be removed  with a alight pull at ono corner, which  may be elevated with a fork; then finish  n* nny-fried cake. If thia Inquirer will  ii������Uo ralaed doughnut dough when It la  ri-nrty tor the last rlslnsr, form It into  xriinll * hulls and ������*aah aaeh mora than  halt through, put ��������� bit ot J������Uy In th������  center, moisten thi* edcu of th* ra������h  and |ir*������a together firmly without put-  tin* the bail out of shape, then l*t rise  and ih *��������������� U*ual. she will have the bull'a  ������y������a r*owe*ted,  HILDA, N.   (l.o������  Anu������ies, C#l.).  Th������ cutting from the put-iota paper  la tuo long ror admission -here. ,ir -U.  O. M," ofrlttabtirg would like to havo  it, i uliall wlUt plaaaure forward it.  I  [  s  '.i 5?3rB5w5!������iTB?5^i5i3u!S  PROFESSIONAI^  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, liife and Accident Insurance  Money  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  -   B.C.  TRAIL  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B.C. Land Surveyor and Architect  I  i  ���������  Plans and Specifications  CRESTON  -���������.-.'-���������    -  B.C.  T  M** ��������� >. J-    -������������ *     <*-''     -*���������f    ���������*������������������*���������     *-*     ^*    "���������**  British   Columbia   Land   Surveyor  TRAIL -  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & CO,  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  MISS L. M. SCOTT  Trained Nurse, of Rathwell Hospital.  Manitoba. Ready for engagements of  any kind.    Maternity a specialty.  Apply Miss L. M. Scott, general delivery, Moyie, B. O.  GUY   LOWENBERG  OoNSUiTEsa Engineer  CRESTON  B.C.  ���������aW  We have $175,000 for investment in the  Creston District which we will loan in sums  of from $500 to $10,000 on improved or unimproved fruit lands, also on improved and  unimproved town property.  If you want capital to improve your land, 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. v  We have the money to invest.  Johnson & Scruton  Wilson Ave.      P.O. Box 38.   Phone No. 73      Crestou, B. C*  '%sf������^av*/<l/<%, /������y������^%^fJV%, *%/**V%^/%^,  *4  R. GOWLAND SCRUTON  A.L.A.A.  (Diploma London Assn, Accountants)  Auditor and Accountant  Balance sheets prepared and veriBed  Books balanced, opened and cloeed  Partnerships and company auditing  CRESTON   ���������   -  B.C  CRESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  Fruit Lands, Town Property and Instance  CRESTON  B.C  hi  MflKEYOUR MONEY  W0RKT00.v  WITH US THEV Wltt/BIIHV*  425 INTEREST WHICH C  ^WECREPITMOnTHL> >1  /inPMOnE^ISRETURn^  /SBieONDEMfllW  AS QUICKLY A 3 THEfMILV  am caw itj        J  PEOaEJUSTflSCflREnit.  WND CAUTIOUS 15/  YOU CAN BE/  /1RRWEI> PLEASED  <m THOROUGHLY  SATISFIED^'"  WTHTWBVWWWWiai  our Business is  .MrtrwGEP ay people op /-  MrtKJREOfiXFEfllENCE]  APOST/lQilVinG      ,  yOUR N1WB JMPPflBSSV  WIliPnOMPm BRING voy  puu- information;"  PITETOM  SHOULD YOU MVE/1NV:  pin/wgial BUSINESS l(1|  WlNGOUVeR-'VICIMT);'  RENTS TO CO&BCTV;  /KJREBMENrsrORSrtLE^  MOTGrtGESTOEOMPreR,  MV COIA������BGT,  riflE insun/indB to n^c&v  LET US ATTEND TO IT;  we me, PLErtsinov .  OTH KRSVTC Wili-BC������  T0.PLB������SB.yOU#r  321 CambLe Street,  0,     LOCAL AND PERSONAL.      ���������  ��������� ���������������������������^���������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ft  Melton Beam caught  22 trout,  and  Morris Wisler 15, in Goat River a few  days ago.  Some nice bridge work is being done  ou the C. P. R. at Goat River Canyon,  by the Hamilton Steal Bridge   Co. who  are patting in a new  steel bridge over  the Canyon.   This work   will take six  weeks to complete.   The bridge  is ISO  feet above the water, and the single  span is 130 feet.   The bridge is steel  throughout and is being built on rollers  so that when completed it can   be slid  quickly   and   easily    into    the exact  place where the old bridge stands,   and  the builders claim  that the old bridge  can be torn down and the new one be  ready for carrying traffic tu about sis  nours.  Seme Id men are now  engaged on thin  bridge,   and  there  is  work lor more  ���������Eeei workers at $4. per day.  It will be worth watching, when the  crew  get ready and working  against  cime, pus.   the massive steel structure  into its proper position.  For   Sale���������Eggs for  hitching  from  ilartiu'a Famous Regal Strain of White  Wyandottes.   Two dollars per setting  if fifteen.   Mrs. J. Boyd, P.O. Box 4.  FRUITGROWERS  A meeting of tbe Creston Fruitgrowers Association was held last Friday  eveniug. Mr. J. Bliuco was absent tbro  sickness, and Mr. A. Lindley acted as  iecretary, whilst President Timmons  occupied the chair.  After the usual routine of business  had been gone through, the matter of  shipments for the approaching berry  season was discussed, and it was  decided to order strawberry boxes at  once,   The meeting adjourned at 9 30  All changes of ads. must be handed in  at the Review Office uot later than  Wednesday noon in each week.  Mr. G. C. Egg, distriot representative  of tbe International Correspondence  schools of Scranton Pa., was in CreBton this week. He will visit towu once  each month from now on.  terian Ohuroh on Sunday next.    Morning service, 1 i a.m. j    Evening   service,  7:80 p.m.   Sunday sohool ot 10 a.m.  You are cordially invited to   join onr  Bible Class.  S. H. SAUKI86IA.N, Pastor.  Methodist Church  Services  on   Suadayy  Best;  Bliruing Serv'ioa   at 11.00 a.m.  Sunday Sohool 2 SO d ns.'  Evening Service, 7.80 p.m.  F.J. Rutherford. Pastor.  a _ a * _.  ! 5II1IP.9  Church of England  Christ Ohurch  May 21st. ( 5th. Sunday after   EaBter .  Elsie Home, Dusk Creek 11.00 a.m  Alice Siding Schoolhouse !5 CO p.m.  Evensong, Sermon 7.30 p.m.  Sunday Sohool 8. p.m.  May 25th ( Thursday )   Ascension day,  Holy Communion, 11.00 a.m.  White lawn suits cleaned  I same as new. Years of  experience in this kind of  work ensures best results  bring down that light  jacket, wai*t or suit, and  we will do the rest.  llcntlfinion i  lAuisiauiiiUii  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  We clean hats, ties, fancy  vests light suits etc., and,  bring them back to the  color and appearance of  new goods, Dont run  chances by sending your  garments to the laundry  Philip C. Hayman, Vicar.  Mr, J. Blinco, has been confined to  hiB home recently with an aonte attack  of rheumatism.  A  For Rent.���������100 acreB of land suitable  for Dairy, Poultry and Hog Farming  situated ,within \% miles of five large  Mines. House. Barn, eto. Easy terms.  Apply O. P. Hill. HilloreBt Mines, Alberta. 15-tf  F. E. Simpson, tho roal-osfcate man of  Kamloops, formerly editor and proprietor of the Cranbrook Herald, has withdrawn the Beekman addition to Kamloops off the market. It will bo remembered that this addition was advertised  iu the Review as well as in othor papers  throughout tho Kootenoys some weeks  ngo, A portion of tho addition has  boon sold to an English Company, and  Mr, Simpson will nnil from Now York  on tbo 34th lust, for the old country,  where ho will assist in completing tho  don!. No man m 13,0. is bettor ablo  to hanu*u,. nouuine real-estate proposi  tiou than Mr. SimpBon, and we' hopo  that iu his denllugs for Kamloops prop  perty his most opt t mis tie expectations  will be fully roalisod,  For Sale���������A seven room house, supplied with hot and oold wator, oontrally  located on Viotoria Avonuo. For price  uud terms apply to Cartwright &.IIydo,  Eriokson, B.O.  Tlio Farmors Instltuto moots tonight  hi tho old Holioolhouso.  Those fruit growers who find their  present capital not sufficient to make  the necessary improvements ou their  ranches, dan relieve the situation, by  calling at the Review Office, and. taking  up a loan for 5 or 8 years at a low rate  of interest. Dont worry along in a  cramped condition when you can get  themoney.  We are asked ta announce that a  meeting of parties interested in football  will be held in the old schoolhouse on  Saturday evening May 20th. at 8,0 p. m  S. S. Fairhead, has now got his ranch  into first class shape. Just to keep him  eelf busy between the pruning seasons,  ne has gbc 5000 tomato plants, and they  are in fine shape after the.spring rains.  Mr. and Mrs. Downs have returned  from a trip lound thie! Okanagan.  The Creston Ball team Anas been reorganized, with Bob Walmsley as manager, and a long list of he.\rVtalent for  players.  T. M. Edmundson, the .Onion King  of Crestou, is installing a windmill  pnmp on his ranch to furnish water for  domestic pnrposeB. Mr. Edmondson  believes ia the motto, every man to his  own waterworks, and he is fortunate in  possessing the water to enable him to  live up to it. A  FreBh banaonaa and oranges, also  roasted peanuts fresh e^ery day, at the  Oity Bakery,   y  > ������������������. - . -".'.-  Otis Wisler has recovered ���������from his  recent illness, and is again on dnty at  The Wisler Tailor Shop.  For Sale or Rent���������FurniBhed or unfurnished, that mbBt beautiful property  kuown as "Douglas Villa;" which over-  .ookB the Kootenay Valley, inoluding  about 5 acres; of first olass fruit land,  also about 9 aores of benoh, suitable for  poultry farming. It is surrounded with  all kinds of shooting, fishing, boating,  and free grazing. Will sell at a sacrifice. Also other flue blooks of laud for  sale. Apply owner, John Darbyshire,  1312 Gladstono Avenue, Viotoria, B.O.  Mai! Order  Sharks  o������������������<K^������������������������'������0������'������������������������������������������������������a>^y������aj������������it������������������������������������������t4iH<������C|#������������4������������������s>l  CRESTON     LADIES     DUPED  BY    TORONTO   SWINDLER  A few months ago Creston was flooded with enticing catalogs from a mail  order house in To ronto, offering some  astonishing bargains in grocery prices,  and carriage paid on all orders over $25.  Among the many ladies of Creston who  received one of these alluring books  was-a cautionn daughter of Anld Scotia,  who was unable to figure out how the  thing could be done, and who wrote to  friends in Toronto tibout the firm. Ih  reply she received a wire short but to  the point followed by newspaper extracts which explain the mystery.  O. W English, lately ui the mail  order business; is badly: wanted by the  Toronto police, on the charge of pass  ing forged checks to the aniount of  $3000 on various banks, and also for a  series of frauds carried out by means of  a fake mail order business. This slick  mail order benefactor, is said to have  big feet like a resident of Chicago, bat  speaks in an English accent; wedarenofe  describe with what accents some of  his victims are now speaking of him;  their :>nly consolation is in the fact that  the Toronto Police are working on the  case. The smooth tongned pirate of the  mails is supposed to have returned with  his big feet resting easily On the pull-  man lounge and his wad bulging out  with hiB ill gotton gains, to the wiudy  oity, all he left behind iu Toronto was  un English accent, and a very innocent  stenographer.  Wigwam Cafe  Recently Opened  First - Class Short  Order   Restaurant  ��������� -'        ' '   .    ' i.     ���������   ...111.. i. i. i*  Meals at all Hours.   Ladies are invited to our Afternoon  i...-.   Teas, which we make  a  specialty of.   Our Cookiiig is  Superb.       NO CHINESE HELP ON THE PREMISES  >n# :vj ftR-VJ-s-i'-V ->���������������  E. F. PLATT, Prop.  ���������s**$  Stoves  Stoves  % Stoves  .^.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������.  'X      CT/  ^a^  an^  inspect our line of  stoves  stoves  and  to  Cook  ranges. ^   ^w^  ^  suil  any price, r our ��������� ^  stocks of tinsmith and plumb-  ^  ing   goods  are  complete,   our'  prices are right, and we  guarantee our work.    Call and see  us when wanting anything  in  these lines -  ���������  ^  Minimum    tomporaAuro taken  Devon Ranch for April, 191-1,;  at  W, IC. Brown is tho man  prftotloal blaoksintth work,  for good  April  l  2  8  4  5  0  7  S  0  10  11  12  ID  l<t  IK  10  17  18  11)  20  21  22  2H  24  20  2(1  27  2H  20  no  F  aa  88  88  2<\  25  25  22  82  84,  as  82  2rt  28  20  28  86  84.  40  ���������M\  8-1  88  4<������  40  40  40  85  85  no  80  ���������    85  J, Ifoath4  Spring is Here!  Get your home or store  ' re-painted and keep up  with the times;  We are also expert sign  and house decorators  m.  C.   Wisler  Sirdar c/h>entte  % Ed. F. Johnson, Tinsmith and'Plumber  &'4tb Street CRESTON <B- C. Phone 85 ���������  The Riverside NurseM,^.^  Is the NEAREST NURSERY to the ORESTON DISTRICT.  Stock arrives iu FRE8H, HEALTHY CONDITION  ,   ���������    ' ,<,-���������������������������.-''��������� ,.,.',-���������.���������.  For Prices, etc., write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  vtun.fi m\w.\fttu.i  Crestom&umbet'  I  WUKJGenttv  CRANBrtOOK - B.C.  s;*s:is:sf-.r,-:--rBr:i-vrcc3aatfsBss!  The  Funeral Director  MM  ttmmmimmmm  Complete    Stock   of  ROUGH   and  DRESSED  LUMBER  aaB*BB������*B������������a*a*DB-a*laBaWa^^  'Prompt (Attention Satisfaction Guaranteea  Let as Figure with you on thai Building  v.O. BOX 24  CRESTON, B.C.  ���������MvM  1  ?i  fl  I'll

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