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 1'  ���������*\-rn������*������~-'��������������������������� ;'  KXj���������    .������  y  /v?  Apr< lofon  >*  o\;fVyyAA|A$  All Roads in East and West Kootenay /Lead to Creston  \..T.X  I  VICTORIA, >������'-i������  y"^ '   8  ^  SENT TO ANY  ADDRESS FOR  ������2.00 A YEAR  No. 35     3rd Year.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, APRIL 7, ion-  Single Copies 5c  ������������^3?������S@������������^������������^  Wise  f  Wisebuying cf anything, consists in getting the best possible  f; value for your money  The 4* Peerless " woven wire^ fence, made by the  Banweil-*Hoxie Wire Fence Co.. has the qualities of S  GOOD WORK LONG LIFE ~  and GOOD LOOKS  Call and see oar samples of these   lines,   *which   JbiK  he  to  your  advantage  ___ s. A. SPEERS,  Around the  BHOOBS  THERE'S A CHIEL AMONG YOU  TAKING NOTES. AND FAJTK  HE'LL PRINT 'EM.  Oiwrtdnued from'  the  f^tSStlSSBIKESitS  ���������^!^?^!!^b^^^SSS������������w������S������������������������6i%19  A Narrow Escape  TEAM JUMP EMBANKMENT.  HORSE KILLED.   CRESTON  MAN ESCAPES  DEATH   BY  A MiriACLE  A narrow escape from an aafnl death  was the thrilling experience of George  Faoey,. an employee of H. S. McCreath  the Oreston Livery Man. when a Bpan  of lively* horses = leaped over the steep  embankment near the Goat River "Bridge, dragging the driver with them.  Mr. Pacejrwas driving on the 'far aide  ofthe bridge several foot passan^ra  came along, the team became frightened  and tm-maaagable, and leaped over the  steep embankment dragging the rig  driver and all after them. In the' fall  oue>bf the~hor*es-& valuable animal,  vras killed, whilst; the driver received  ae rend ugly cuts about the head, but  fortunately his Id juries are not serious  How Mr. Pacey escaped serious  in jury is a mystery, a3 he was taken  over the steep bank in the darkness and  without a moments warning. ' The  horse killed in this acoident was worth  at least $300., and iB the second valuable  animal that Mr. McCreath has lost dur-  img the paBt month.  If you want the best in hats, see our  line cf J. B. Stetsons, direct from the  factory.   S. A. Speers.  YAHK NOTES  Fine weather prevails at Yahk.  The C P. R is making great; headway  with ehe roaobed for. the continuation  of the track from Curzon Junction, and  the big steam-shovel is cer aiul? scooping the dirt out in good shape, whilst  tbe gravel train keeps well up with the  work. A  The King Lumber Company, have a  logging engine at work picking up tie*  and poles along the track.  An employee of the King Go, had  his thumb taken off in the mill and  was. rushed to Cranbrook for treatment.  Messrs McLeod and Harrison, have  have got in a fall line of new goods and  the Ytibk Store is doing a fine business.  *y?&7eryone at Yahk is fgll of optimism  s~*d s- bsc~ is ss^scted this Sorim*.     ������������������.���������*  Spring is Here!  Get your home or store  re-painted and keep up  with the times  We are also expert sign  and house decorators  G.   Wisler  Sirdar c/Zbenue  ,mlZYK'<L'i.  BOARD OF TRADE  ; There was only a moderate attendance of members, when President;  O. O. Rodgers took the chair at 8 p.m  in the Speera Hall, and the business  transacted was of a purely .so'stlse  natare. Various communications wer*  read and ordered answered or fylad.  Among these was1 a letter from onr  member Mr. J. H. Schofield M. P. P.  regarding sewage disposal at Grottos;  On resolutions, a committee waa  appointed to superintend the Btocking  and iustallatiou of the show cases Aon:t'of ^e   ihuaaiain   race   ever ,-since tha  Ways    of   Adaan>.     Some of us toaive  last  week  By tbe time we haid said our  adieus to the hospitable owner cA  the-Kemp ranch, th������ clay was mieari...'  ended, and the sua was sinkifflg so  the west os we mo'de our limal' oal*  at the ranch owned by Messrs. Jackson and Stocks. Mr. Jackson was  busy in the orchard finiahiug* hiis  day's work, spraying* the last few  rows ef his young trees,' amd the  marks of yellow sulphur upon the  ���������branches told iiow well aaid truly  the work hasd ibeen done.  If our last place of oall -had1 shown  us a. ranch in thq making, then Messrs. Stocks oasd Jackson giave us the  privilege of seeing a fruit bearing orchard, entering upon the full producing stage. The long rows. of 6 amd  9 year old trees; all pruned arid neati  ly cultivated, were a paittern of au  brohard as it should be. My friend  of the insurance world listened with  the greatest interest to the story of  struggle a-n-d ultimate success, which  Mr. Jackson told, in (brief, simple  words, as becomes a practical man  speaking on 'his own ground amd fronj:  his own experience. Ta jba.seeai at  ���������its 'best this orchard should be visited during' the fruiting- season, but  it/here was enough visible to show  our visitor something' of what the  place looked' like, when the trees are  ���������groaaiiug under their loaida of the  foi'g, juicy apples.  Mr. Petty was very "quiet as -we  ���������drove back to town, but just as we  struck the crossing* he 'broke the silence. ~  Yes, there is something1 in this orchard business after all. 1\he lure of  the apple has heen dangling' dm front  J  Weather report for the mouth of  Marbh as taken at the Devon Randh,  will apjear in our next tissue.  Fob Sjjub.��������� Lots G, 7, 8, ? and 10, Block  3, Dow's Addition. Send offer to owner, Mrs. W. Wilsou, 651 Fifth Street,  Brandon, Manitoba.  NOTICE.  PUBLIO NOTICE is hereby given  that, under th* authority contained iu  section 131 of the ''Land Act, " a regulation has been approved by tho Lieutenant-Governor in Council fixing the  minimum sale prioes of first and second  ol'isfl lands at $10 and $5 per a.ore respectively.  ���������^hls regulation further provides that  the prioes fixed therein shall apply to all  lands with respect to whioh the application to purohaso is given favorable  consideration after this date, notwithstanding the date of such application  I or any d������*lav. 'hat mny bVave ooourred in  J the consideration of the sara*.  Further notloe is hereby given that  all persons who have pending applications to purchase lands under tbo provisions of Seotions 84 or 80 of the "Land  Aot" and who nro not willing to cotr-  pletosnoh purchases undor tho prioes  fixed by tho aforesnid regulation shall  (bo at liberty to withdraw such applications and receive refund ofthe moneys  deposited on account of suoh applications,  WILLIAM R. ROSS,  MlulBtor of Lands  Depfirtmont of Lands,  Viotoria, B  C.������ April 3rd,li>lL  spsss  the depo platforms during the coming  season, A vote of thanks was passed,;  to Mr, O. J. Wigen, for generously  donating 4 boxes of apples to ths- Board  for the Yancouver apple show.  The meeting adjourned at 10 pm.  .Bya Government notice   slsewher  in this issue, it w ill; be A seen v th.ife th'  price: of Government. lands has been  increased.  Mr. A. W Coulter, formerly .of  Creston, and now residing in Dryden  Ontario, writes the Review, that all the  prosperity is not in the west by any  means. Old Ontario is getting its share  and Dryden is going ahead very fast.  Mr. Conltei owns some very desirable  property olose to Dryden, and is starting in the real estate business at onoe  Among other interesting items, he  mentions that Mr. Gt. D. Brown and  family, of Dryden, will leave that plsoe  for Oreston shortly, Mr. Brown haying  been appointed Manager for the valuable Swan Swanson Estate at Oreston  Mr. Brown is described as an all  ronud experienced horticulturist, ahd  baa been specially ohosen to fill the  position of Manager of the oholco lands  purobaxod bv Mr. Swanson, com prising  56 aores of orchard adjoining the town  of Croston.  Seed Potatoes for Solo���������A fow extra  good seed potatoes of the Bovoo end  Manitoba Wonder variety. Tt-ose are  fine cooking and keeping potatoes and  aro quite early. Samples oan bo seen at  Mr. S. A. Spoors store, also at the Ores-  ton Mercantile Co. price 8% conts por  ponnd, O, jP. Wisler,  Mr, F������4t Grower, {t yon want monoy  Mr. Glenn Wisler, one pf the -live  ones who subscribes to the Review,  lias sent the Editor ain* iuterestinig  letter on his trip to Lacoinibe, Alta.  After describing the narrow escape  from a train wreck as given in our  columns last week, Mr.'..'Wisler says,  '���������'Seeding is commenced taill alongi the  Macleod and Calgary branch as far  as Stettler, the snow having! ibeen  ���������gone out for nearly ten days, >Mius  enaJbling thie farmer to 'get aa early  ' sfcairt this spring*. Everyone is op-  tianistic regarding the prospects for  the coming crop. The wise heads es*-  ���������jecially predict a bumper -harvest, as  the grain will get a splendid.1 start  with the early spring a<nid the favor-  ahlo cori'dition of the soil followtog  the deep snows of bhe past .winter. I  have seen grain already on the Stettler line which is one inch in helg^it,  and I tell you, it is not /quite as tall  as fruit trees, hut it looked good to  me. Calgary aiml Retl Deer are veiy  much on- the *boom, work on. several  new eight story buildings is prooeed-  inglng, arod railroaid construction is  ���������being rushed. The Alberta Central  have started work on the grade of  the new survey from Red Deer, amd  a /big- stream of settlers from the old  .country A amd. the States, is already  arriving. I tried to 'buy aozne Creston apples on the way, tout could not  make it. I suppose they were all  sold out.   Keep. on smiling-. i  GLENN WISLER."  Insitruetions have heen issued* from  the office of 'the provincial timber  inspector at Vancouver to the effect  that in future the goveraunent timibei-t  royalty on railway ties will be 50  cents for 32. This is a trifle higher  than the old rate of one cent pier tie  which was in force until the chamge  in reguteyfcions was .maids ������it the se-  oent session of legislature.  The royalty on hewn ties and saiwuj  tira will be paid by the mill eompain-  ies and the scale will he the jboaivi  measure of. ���������tjhe log,  Timtoer  011    mineral claims cannot  'be sold, hut snust be' used for the de-1  velopmenit of the mineral claim' , Xc  which it gtrows.  .This applies both before aimd aiter  the crown grant has been issued for  the claim'.  ���������broken away from it for ������j time aaid  the hum of the world of 'business has  seemed to have a greater attractiosi.  But'ifche old. Aidam love of the fresh  aiir,i aind the soeat of the mew turned  sod A. is too strong to (bev destroyed,  and these (men. who live, the natural  li^.aaad grow" the big red apples ih  this favored district, ses^n'tc ha,ve  ���������got hack to the essence of hums-un!  'happiness. These fruit growers all  speak highly of their business, aad  of their homes anrd district, and theyi  are right. That is the pride of the  niatural man in the isurrouiidaii'gs  which suit him best. The men of  iihe apple orchards are wiser than usv  The world of 'business may offer a  few men am opportmnity to become  nuillionaires, it is nice to dream of  ���������hediig a miUionaiire, hut the oon-  tenited apple 'grower is fthiei >bcst off  after ���������'���������all..  Amd I aim now comni-uinioartiinig with)  Mr. -Petty re the price of certain do-  sirable frutt lands in the Creabon  district.  An unconfirmed report is current to  the effeot tbat the Great Northern Ry.  wili shortly inagnrats a regular paseen-  Servioe between Oreston and all Sonth-  ern dolnts. This wonld seem to confirm  tbe information published in the Review some weeks ago, that the oompany  are considering the eteotion of a depot  here.  cA ������fe<w Selected i]frolttwe,,,0*JotlDB ,now> boUdin^or  I tCailor''i1&a6^ Suitef  * * '  for Sale  J   Also Suits made to measure any style on sliort notice. $  Cleaniug, Pressing ond Repairing'a Specialty.  I Wislers'Tailor Shop  FOUND-A place to get my snit  "leaned, pressed aud repaired, at the  Oreston Clothing House.  Just arrived at the Drag Store, a  supply of Services New Book.alsoeoh'ool  supplies and new books' for the loaning  library:  W. P. Oaks, formerly of the Review  mechanical department, left on Sunday  for Seattle, where he will reside with  his family.  *''���������'���������' K A   ��������� ���������  Owjng to the receipt of a Government,  ad ou the eve of going to press the  Review did not appear until Saturday  Night.'  Tbe W. C. T. U.,tender their thanks  to all the friends who by their presence  and assistance contributed towards making their recent medal contest  complete suooess.  A NEW DEPARTMENT OP THE  C.  N.  R.  The new immigration office of the  Canadian Northern Railway has been  opened at 52 Scott'-block, Wixmipeg,  awd is idescribed toy the city press as  already a very busy spot. Thonuas  Howell, head of the ���������departmesiw, has  the experience of several years in  imtnigratiou work to guide him, and  is conducting' a propaganda in Great  Britain that has enabled him to secure the finest class of immigrants  who haye ever come to Canada. The  Royal Line Steamers have thetre fill  laccotnmodation taken for all sailing;  well initio the summer. Mr. Hawley,  ������f the Wijuiipeg office, is claiming a  largo proportion of farm, hands ami  (domestics for the west, aautl if tho  applications for those c^esaring* help  are as prampt and in ns euffici������.*t  ii'um'bcrs as already seems assured,  the labor problem will not toe such  an acute one for this and following  seasons. Application forms will bs  supplied by addressing W. A. Hawley, 52  Scott Block, Winnipeg.  THE OBJECT OF PRUNING.  You kmow why we prime the hedge*.  It is for the purpose of keeping1 the  hedge -dense and low. Why do we not  we trim our elms, maples and oaks  to make them more healthful or  longer lived? No, it is mot natural  for trees of amy kind to 'bo pruned.  They are not apt to1, toe so long li\,ed  after pruning or so 'handsome to look  at.   ���������'.  The main object of pruning!   is    to  toe able to produce' larger amd better  fruit   than  could toe  secured  without  pruning.   If a fruit tree is filled withj  toraaohes thickly,  the tree will   have  twice as much fruit as it oaa toring  to perfection.   If each year we   can  thia  out a few. of the 'branches   we  thus thin out the fruit anud at    tha  saaie   time    permit the rays of the  sun to: penetrate so as to color   the  trim our oaks, maples aad: elms? Foi?  J the reason that, we desire them to fej  densely    headed,    thus it oaaaot    be  said    we trim   our apple   trees    to  make    them more 'beautiful.   Should  fruit aad toring it to perfection.     Tf  | too   many  toraaohes  are taken    but  | aad the sua a-dmitted too freely    in  " the   top of   the tree it may be injurious.   If there are too many 'braaoh-  in   the1, tree. aand they are too clos>  together   the   air    cannot* ��������� ���������Ssirculat.-ii  among '   the   branches aad the Jruit -  will    not    be    as attractive mo? as  good   in  quality.    Sunshine aad circulation of air are as necessary   ,tt>-  the fruit-tree -as fertility ia the soil.  a  J. H, Hyde made a business trip io  Cranbrok this weak.  The sohool reports will appear in onr  next issue.  Contractors Hendren and Payne, ate  raising the residence ot Geo. Benny,  and making other improvements to ths  strnoture of this home.'  Plant as few varieties es possible  in the commercial orchard, aiml all*  winter varieties. Do hot plaat unti I  you have thoroughly r&lMxued ojikI  cultivated the ground, as this1 is half  the 'battle in (growing on orchard.  Do notplomt any one year old troes r  ao.matter what the nursery people  say. Let tho nurserymen grow the  troete, as it is their itousitniosa to gnvnv  trees fdr the orohaa^dist, and thoy  cwa grow...them hotter than ithci people ean up to three years old. You  aire liable to get diseased roots full  ���������of galls. I call it bumtole foo. I  hiwo somo ono-year-cld trow* that  were planted four springs* ago that  ���������aro still o*fie-yoar-old trees, aaid will  ho until I. replace them -thio spring.  It is too muoh caret nod work to  grow thom in an orchard. Tho nursi-  erjnmon are Banding' out two and  throo year,old trees, with low Bioods,  wliioh are so much more nlostlrablo  than tho yearling) trees.  I Creston's Only Departmental Store |  j  Qthev purposoB. don't dolay tbo work for  want of funds, bnt call on Johnson and  Soruton at the Review Oihoe and yon  oan obtain what money yon want at a  reasonable rata of interest. Many a  good bmtness suoh as frnit growing is  cramped in this world for want of anf-  floiont capital to put tbo enterprise  properly on its feet. Now yon nre offered tho necessary oapltal to mako yonr  business proipar. Don't delay ia yon  need tho money. Yon oan have five or  eight years to pay this uouey baok and  by thut timo yonr orchard will be heavily bearing and yun won't fflol tbe repayment of tbo loan Reraombor mil*  liouoirs bave beon mado by getting tht-ir  start on borrowed money, wby not yon?  Muhiu���������Misa Johnson is propnred to  tako a limited numbor of papils for  taillou lu ihumIj. ITor tonus apply to  J. K, Johtis'in, residence on Viotoria  Avonuo  In its many up-to-dnte, well stocked and well assorted departments^,can be found  everything possibly required by the Householder, Rancher, v|?irtiit Grower,  Builder, Carpenter, Contractor, Blacksmith,  Dairyman, Skinner Tourist Etc.  Outfits for Camp Lire  Wo oan supply yon with everything, from a stove to oook your  banuook on to tho floor to maxe  it. Also nil stovo fnrnitnre suoh  m Rloe Boilers, Bake Pans,  Stew Kottlei:aUo diahos, knives  and forks eto.  Fertilizers  Our oar of A. and B. Brand of  Fertilisers is going quickly, and  you need to bave yonr orders  hooked, as orders will bo filled  according to dates received.  Stumping     Powder  and Dynamite  A car load of stumping  powder, has ju it been unfolded, which we are selling at prices which defy  competition. Onr fuse is  reliable and not to be  compared with brands  that are positively dangerous not to say criminal  to use.  Are you taking a trip? I  We oorry a splendid line of |  travelling trunks  valises suit casks  fins: hand grips  At the most reasonable prices  We can add greatly  to the working or selling value  of tnat team, by fitting them.  With a fine  SET OP HARNESS  Also fOrnish you with all fltt  lngs and repairs for yonr old  n  , i  Creston Mercantile fv>o.,  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������$ THE   CRESTON,    B.C.,    REVIEW.  THE FISHER'S PARADISE  BRITISH     COLUMBIA    SUPPLIES  SPORT OR   MONEY.  The Great Fretted Coast of the Pacific Province Has Everything From  -������������������'���������Oie Sardine to the Whale, and the  - Wealth That Swims Beneath the  ���������("Waves Is Almost Incalculable���������  ��������� Fringe of- industry Not Touched.  "If it's sport you want, good fishin*  and huntin', you'd best come back  jwith me."  j The speaker was a fisherman from  {British Columbia, a man who had hia  jsport ahd earned his bread in a little  feshing smack on the Fraser River  land along the Pacific coast. He had  icome back east to see "the folks,"  end they had expected him to stay,  ibut he would not, no, not yet. Maybe  5u a few years, when he was too old  So fish, or do much of anything, he  anight come back, but he did not  ��������� (know. There was a something in  ihe swish of the tide and the smell of  the ocean and the rock of his little  fishing smack out there that was a-  tealling to him, and he wanted to go.  Many, a tourist who has visited the  Pacific coast and who has been fortunate enough to see the fishing boats  leave Steveston on a Sunday evening  will understand the desire of the fishermen to return to the life that would  always be a-calling him. Hundreds  of boats gather in for the close time,  which is from six o'clock Saturday  snorning until six o'clock Sunday  evening, to allow the fish to get up  the rivers to tae spawning ground.  [Promptly at the hour of release the  JHtle "wliite sailboats, like a flock of  large birds, unfurl their wings and  ekim out over the water. At first  they appear to be going together, but  soon they are spread far and wide  OT������:r the rolling waves, dancing gaily  along north, south, east and west, until one by one they disappear, each  careless little craft oa a deadly purpose bent.  Although fishing is spoken of as  one of the leading industries of British Columbia, and there are some  twelve thousand mee engaged in fishing and in the canneries, the fringe  of the industry has not yet been cut.  Some idea of where British Columbia  will stand in this industry in the future may be gleaned from, the fact  that, although the average annual output for several years has been over  mix million dollars, 80 per cent, of  this is credited to salmon alone,  "which, except halibut, is the only fish  that has been taken in large quantities   for   commercial   purposes  THE MEUX MOMMY.  8DEALCSTY.  Wonderful  Changes  Predicted  By  an  Englishman  of  Note.  "Light and energy will be conveyed  by electricity. Gasoline and oxygen  will supply heat. Liquid air will keep  up refrigeration in every larder. In  addition to heat radiators there will  be cold radiators, which will enable  each house to be.kept at the required  temperature."  Such is the beginning of some most  interesting predictions concerning our  future that were recently made by Eugene Hanard at the international town  planning conference held in London,  Kng. Mr. Hanard's forecast of what  the ideal city of the coming years will  be like is well worth reading, even  though one may be a trifle skeptical  concerning some of the great thinga  outlined.  "By this power," he declares, referring to control of temperature in  our dwellings, "it will be possible to  provide in each house one or more  health chambers closed by close fitting double windows and doors in  winch tne overworked occupant on  Ms return from town will find all the  hygienic conditions which now he can  obtain only by taking an annual holiday.  "Glass verandas of various shapes  joined together and with covered footr,  paths, according to standard models,  will shelter pedestrians against rain,  and the normal height of buildings  will be exactly the width of the street.  The roofs of houses will be platforms  upon wuich snuui ito wer beds and verdant shrubberies could be laid out, as  they would be the landing stages for  aeroplanes.  "When this progress shall have been  accomplished the physiognomy of.  towns will be changed. All terraces;  will have become landing stages for:  flying automobiles. *A viators will be.  able to fly from one terrace to another, starting ana lanuiug ss they please-.  The natural consequence of this new;  state of things wil) be that each'  building will have to be furnished;  with big elevators capable to raisingl  machines when they are ready to start.  and taking them back to the garage':  i on their return. Houses ot this de-  | scription wm also be us*?d to house,  motor cars.  "Finally the town of the future will  be traversed by large radiating thcr-  ouehiares,   occupied  partly   by   raised ; on the tossing of two^cotns.  on  Fears   For   the   British   Museum  Account of Hoodoo Relic,  Believers in the supernatural are  rather concerned in their .minds at  the moment regarding a mummy;  ���������which is included in the Assyrian and,.  Egyptian antiquities bequeathed to  the British Museum by Lady Meux.  The mummy is that of Neo-Amsu, who  died about 2,250 years ago, but does ;  not seem to be able to rest comfortably unless he is doing somebody a  bad turn. Neo first came into the possession of the late Mr. Waller Ingram,  younger brother of the founder ot  The Illustrated London News, who  bought it while serving in one of the  Nile campaigns.  Owing to a misunderstanding, Mr.  Ingram did not pay the price the  dealer expected, and in his wrath he  heaped an .ancient curse on Mr. Ingram's head. And when the niuihmy  came home, and Mr. Ingram presented it to Lady Meux. who was then  getting her collection together..certain  hieroglyphics were found.to read thus:  "If any person oi any foreign coun-  try, whether he be black num. or  Ethiopian, or Syrian, carry away this  writing, or it be stolen by. a thief,  then whosoever does this, no offering  shall be presented to their souls, they  shall never enjoy a draught of cool  water, they shall never more breathe  the air, no son and no daughter shall  arisi from their seed, their name shall  be remembered no longer upon earth,  and most assuredly they shall never  see the beams of the Disc" (the Sun  God).  Curiously enough, two years later  Mr. Insrani was killed while elephant  shooting in Somaliland, while in 1900,  Sir Henry Meux died childless, and  his baronetcy became extinct;-. anoth**r-  clause of the curse therefor? beinc fulfilled. And now some people are wondering what is going to*happen to the  directors of the British Museum it  they   accept   the  bequest.  English   Gambling  Schools.  Obtain   an   entry   into   some  of the  many gambling schools in the North  of   England,   and   you   will   probably  find  out how  it is that men   manage  j to  live  withoxit  work.  t     Hundreds of these men  attend the  samblin^,   schools   regularly   two   and  ! three times a week and risk their all  Canada's Champion Dancer  Cured of Piles by Zam-Buk  Mr. Thornas J. Hbgaii, Champion  Clog and Pedestal Dancer of Canada,  who resides at 59 Chambord St., Montreal writes: "It gives me much pleasure to' let you know niy opinion of  your -wonderful Zam-Buk. AFor some  time past I have been troubled with  piles.but this, year I suffered so much  that I was obliged to cancel a num  ber of engagements. I tried all the  so-called remedies that were recommended, but they seemed to do me no  good.. Having been advised to try  Zam-Buk I purchased "a box, and after applying it a few times' T felt  marked relief. I continued with the  Zam-Buk treatment, and the relief  was extended into a permanent cure.  x giuuiy permit yuii to iisc :  illustration   of  ence  as  an  value of 'Zam-Buk for piles."  Another illustration of how Zaih-  Buk euros long-standing cases  piles is provided by Mr. "William  Kentv, of Upper Nine Mile River,  Hants Co.. N.S. He says: "I.-suffered terribly from piles, the pain vat  times being almost unbearable. Zam-  Buk was ivcoinineuded to mo so I  procured a supply and ��������� commenced  with tho treatment. After a very  short time Zam-Buk effected a complete  cure.."  Zam-Buk is also a cure for ulcers,  abscesses, ccscnia, cold sores, chapped hands, varicose ulcers, rashes,  blood-poison, ringworm, cuts, burns,  bruises, children's abrasions, tetter,  salt rheum, etc. All druggists and  stores sell at 50c. a box, .or post free  from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price,  Zam-Buk Soap, which may be had  from any druggist at 25c. a tablet,  should be used instead of ordinary  soap in all cases of eruptions and  skin diseases.  The  reason  that    the   salmon   ha*     for the blind.  platforms continually moving, which  will insure ranid communication between tlie differem -'les. These platforms will be wr. ed by large revolving crossways ;a������. the intersection  of the main roads. Large parks and  flower gardens as residence and pleasure resorts wiil be laid out in various  parts of the town."  Matrimonial Catechism.  Question���������What  is  marriage?  Answer���������Marriage  is an institution  fallen such an easy victim to man is  due to its habits, and, by the way,  ���������the name salmon does not properly  fbelong to any fish in the Pacific.  tHowever, they have become the com-  rtnercial salmon, of the world. Thje  '��������� so-csllsd salmon is siniilar in form  and habits to those found in the Atlantic, but their life history is different, that is, so far as it is known,  ���������which as yet is but slightly. But  that slightly reveals what man would  call a tragedy. Maybe in fish life  it is not.  The Sock-eye or Blueback salmon  ia commercially the most important  fish in British Columbia, and, like the  ������ther kinds of salmon, it generally  deposits the spawn in lake fed or lake  feeding streams, the first of the run  ���������pushing up to the extreme head  ���������waters. ThiB run is' where the tragedy begins. Every fourth year is  called "the big year," the following  year "the lean year." Why this is  bo no one can tell, although many  theories have been, offered. On tliis  fourth year the run in the Fraser  River has been known to be so great,  that the fish have crowded and shoved in their eagerness to get up until  dome have been left on the banks to  dio, and others havo been bruised  and battered in the crowd. But many  fish reach the desired spawning  grounds, ond here is the fish tragedy. As soon as the spawn is deposited the fish die, both male and  female.     Borne   mad   impulse   urges  Q.���������Why   do   some    people    never  i marry? , ..  i     A.���������Because tney do not believe m  j divorce.  j     Q._When a man thinKs seriousiy oi  i *iarfaage, what happens?/  A.���������He remains single. -  Q.���������Should a man marry a girl for  her money?  A.���������No. But he should not let her  be an old maid because she's rich~  Q.���������When the minister says, "Do  you take this woman for better or for  worse?" what does he mean?  A __The bridegroom's family construe it one way, and the bride's family interpret  it  another.    It  is  very  sad.  Q.���������When a man says he can manage his wife, what does he mean?  A.���������He means that he can make  her  do  anything  she  wants  to.  Q���������Whsn a child is smart and  good, to whose family is it due?  A.���������To the mother's.  Q���������When a child is bad arid stupid,  to whose family is it due?  A.���������We refuse to answer.  Q.���������Is it possible for a married man  to be a fool without knowing it?  A.���������-Not if his wife is alive.  A Thirst For the West.  That the glamor of the "Wild West"  still sways the youthful mind is borne  out by a remarkable story told at Bristol one day lately when Thomas Burt.,  seventeen, who said he was from Lon-  was remanded on a charge ������vi  Rings are formed. Copper is used'',  at one. silver at another, gold at another. A man is paid to toss up two  .coins, and the "punters" wager their  pounds, shillings, or pence, as the  case may be. on th? coins droppinc  heads or tails. "Crows" keep a look  out  for  the  approach  of  the  police.-  One week a man may be in the gold  rine. the next in the silver, and the  third in the copner circle. A gambler  in the West Ridini of Yorkshire was  pointed out to The Answers' correspondent as hav-ng lost over ������2.000  in these schools, whilst another  makes a point of speculating the  wholj of his  rent-money every  week.  Some men, of course, do well, hut  there are hundreds of Northern wives  and daughters who would delight in  the   abolition   of    these    "schools."���������  iss'pr'i  them on until they fulfil  thoir mis-    don,  was remanded on a cnarge <vi  aion.in  life., and   then, maybe   they    jjnder JJg^^J ^to^Jff^U  wearing spurs, one having his fixed  upside down. They said they wero  horse trainers, and were going for two  horses they had bought. Each had  an airgun, revolver in case, bowio  lenifo, masks, and a complete outfit ii  highwayman, And "penny dreadfuls.  They said they were going ouf to tho  Wild We*t and had equipped thero-  aelveB with money stolon in London.  hear' the call to the "fishes' paradise" where men do not fish. Anyway, whatever happens, they die without a struggle. A peculiar feature  of this largo run every fourth year,  in the Fraser is that it has no marked  counterpart in any other river in the  province or on the coast.  No one has yet been able to toll the.  'life history of the young.    It is not  known how long they live in the freshl  ���������water beforo going out to sea, nor is*  anything    known    of    their    feeding  ?'rounds in the suit water. It is be-,  ieved they must live in the open sea,,'  for they are never found in the bays*,  and inlets, which are so numerous  ���������long the coast, nor is anything ,sben;  ot them again until tho fourth' year,  when there is another mad rush for!  tho head waters ,and after that dead  Ash lino the shoro or float, bolly up,,  down the river.  Fishermen claim that flsh have  Iwwn marked in the big year when on  their way back to the ocean and that  tbo same flsh have been caught tho  fourth year after. Thia, however,  haa not been authenticated.  A peculiar thing about tho salmon  Is the distortion tho heads of tho  ���������m-alea undergo when going un tho  rivers. Tbe Dot salmon ana the  Humpback get their names bceauuo  of thia distortion. These, and alao  the Spring salmon and the Coho, arc  "valuable commercially in British  Columbia.  British Columbia cannot help hav-  . ing a large fishing industry for it has  av eoaat line, including Vancouver Island* and the Quo*m Charlotte Islands, ot 15,000 miles, prfttacted from  the ocean storms by thousands of  islands and all the coast waters uro  teeming with lifo, life from tho tiny  ffardin* <*������ tb* TnlRhty vLhIp. And  tlie great advance mado in salmon  canning is but an instant of what  may be expected in the future.  The first salmon  eanni������ry  was <s*������  UablUhed on tho Fraser llivor in 1076.  Cost of British Elections,  Tho recent general elections in Great  Britain ond Ireland cost $8,750,000.  Tho cost to tho candidates was $0,481,-  010. In addition, thoro wore extraneous expenses footing up close to $2,������  600,000. Nowaduys numerous societies  and leagues, suclv as tho Free Trade  JJnion, tho Tariff Reform Loaguo and  societies specially advocating this and  that measure, wind out battalions of  speakers, engago holls and flood tho  country with leaflets and posters.  Might Have Been.  In  honor  oi   tho  oventlul  day  of  graduation from a cooking school, she  , got up a littlo spread.  j    "Ycik,   1'vn   got    tho    loveliest  diploma," cried tho fair graduate.  "It's  on sheepskin parchment, with a big,  I gold Hflul.   I cooked that dish you aro  i eating.   Now, just guess what it is."  1     "Is it���������cr" tho young cynic paused  : impressively,    "is   it   tho    diploma,  PeggyP"  Nicksl Theatres Get Pipe Organs.  In the Northwast moving - picturo  Iioumih are becoming large purchasers  of pipe organs for uho in their cstiib-  linhrnoritH. A company recently in-  utallod eight pipo organs in tha fivo  and urn-cent Iiouhoh in ono oity.  Soon Burst.  I-oU of people  aro bubbling oyer  with enthusiasm but  bubbles   don't  accomplish much.  The "SilentVAdfniral."  For the first time in his life Sir  Arthur K. Wilson. First Sea Lord  and chief expert adviser to the Admiralty, has entered into the public  controversy regarding the strength of  the naw. A man who prefers deeds  to word's. "Tug" Wilson, as he is  popularly termed in the service, is  recnenized as being without equal as  a strategist and tactician. He is one  of the very few naval officers who  have earned the coveted v\C. This  was at the Battle of El Teb in 1884,  when ihe Aral-is broke the square  formed by the Naval Brigade, and he  sprang into the breach and engaged  the enemy with hia bare fists, having  broken his sword. Sir Redvers Buller  described the act as "one of the, most  courageous he had ever witnessed."  Sir Arthur is known in the navy as  "the man who never takes a holiday,"  for he rarely troes ashore, even when  his fleet or fiapship visits any port.  He regards every moment spent away  from the service as wasted.  That "Cursed" Weed.  In his book of reminiscences, "Ono  City and Many Men," Sir Algernon  West, the defendant in the recent  society esse, who for some time was  Mr. Gladstone's private secretary and  tnobt trusted confidential ndviser,  says that the G.O.M. "hated the  smell of tobacco; and onco accused  mc of bringing the odious nroraa of  tho 'cursed'V weed into his room.  Meanly anxious'to excuse myself, for  I never smoked before,going into bis  presence, I snid I had been sitting  for hnlf an hour with Sir William  Harcourt. Such was Mr. Gladstone's  innocence that he said, 'Does Harcourt smoke? I am sure if he does  he must always chango his clothes  before ho cbmos to mo, for l havo  uovor perceived that, he Bmokos.'.','  Feet of the  Nations.  thnt    tho  narrow  A Crumb of Comfort.  There has been considerable talk  during the past year of introducing  into Ontario some stricter laws regarding automobiles, and 'a few persons,  most of whom do. not possess cars,  would like to have the Government  issue licenses so that no one would  run a car on a public highway without proper authority. The opponents  of the scheme claim that it would be  little more than .a farce and that an  attempt to make such a law would be  ridiculous. They contend that just  as many incompetent chauffeurs,  woula run cars with licenses as may  be found now without any.  A Toronto club man, who does not  like the suggestion, told tne following  story the other day during an argument at lunch over the license question. He said that he was touring  with a friend, and one afternoon when  nearing a city they came across an  automobile stranded in a side-road.  If a man could be judged by his  dress, th������ occupant of the car was a  genuine aiitomobilist for he wore all  the  proper  fixings ��������� ���������"   -^ ;  "Consulting the instructions how to  fix the machine," they asked him.  "No," he replied, "I am trying, to  convince myself by reading this paper."  ���������"Convince yourself of.ywhat?"  "Well, this is my chauffeur's license," he informed them, "which  says that I am thoroughly competent  to drive a machine, so when anything  goes wrong, I find it very inspiring  to read the paper over two or three  times."  WEIGHT OFTHE EARTH.  Newton's Guess Turned Into Fact by  Recent Scientific Studies.  ������t serves no useful purpose to think  of the earth's weight as so many trillion tons. Scientists will tell you  that the-earth- contains 259,393,000,-  000 cubic miles of liquids and solids  and that ^the total weight -.- density of  ths earth is 5,853, followed by eighteen ciphers, or 5,853 trillion tons.  But- all su"h flgures arp cumbrous  and inconceivable, and they convey  little meaning beyond that of a dense  immensity.  It is simpler and more useful to  compare the density of the earth, or  the ratio bf its weight, to that of a  globe of water of the same size. This  can be best understood by saying  that if the earth were made.of .quartz,  and had the same density of quartz  at its surface it would be about two  ������i and three-quarter times as heavy as  a globe pf water of the same size, or  if the earth were made of lead it  would be more than eleven times as  heavy as the globe of water. Its  density being five and a half, the  earth is thus heavier than the quartz,  globe would be, but not so heavy as  a globe of lead.  It was Newton who first thought of  weighing the earth. He had already  declared * his theory of gravitation,  that every particle of matter in the.  universe attracts every other particle  with a force that depends on their  masses and on the distances which  separate them. Since there is mutual  attraction between particle and  particle, it may well be argued that  the earth cannot exert any pull upon  itself; the earth is in a state of  equilibrium and its weight is therefore less than that of the proverbial  feather.  But it is not the pull of the earth  upon itself that is under consideration. Weighing the earth consists of  ascertaining thev-quantity'.of matter  which the earth contains, or, in other  words, determining its mass of density. This is done by comparing it  ���������with the density of water.  'For example, a cubic centimeter of  water weighs one gram; a cubic centimeter of" silver weighs ten and one-  half grams. Therefore we say that  silver has ten and one-half times  the  density  of  water..   Newton  com-  IKE FIGHTING LINE  c.  A.   MAGRATH   LOOMS   BIG  CONSERVATIVE PARTY,  ���������IM  Member of Commons  Is a Dominion-  Land. Surveyor by Profession, and?  ^   this !s Mis Third Year In Hous*-*  He Was I n the Northwest Legislative Assembly For Two Terms Be**  ���������   fore Going-to Ottawa.  C.   A.   Magrath,  of  Medicine  Hat������v  the permanent chairman of the "Conservative   caucus   in , the   Dominion. :  House, is a busy man just now and  on  his  shoulders rests much vol thev  responsibility for the attitude assumed by his party in the House. For a-,;  considerable  time he has been bulk-f;  ing heavy as one of the brainy men,.'  of the Conservatives and is rapidly securing   a  national   reputation   as   e  man    of    pluck,    perseverance;  and  strong  ������������������ .. ..r. J    AX* ..     r. .������ *.* L      .. .^ /3      ...r,^rs^     - ������������������ -.*  pElie^x L������������6 cui ui di.iu   vvclt<2&   ...  i.*^  way.  His comparison was a mere guess,  but a guess which has become celebrated from the fact that subsequent  experiments, made with the most  delicate instruments, have all tended toward its verification.. Newton  declared that our globe was of greater  density than if it consisted entirely  of water. Taking the matter on the  earth's surface to be about twice the  weight of water and the matter below  the surface to be about three or four  or even five times heavier, Newto^  guessed that the earth was five or  six times :heavier than- a globe of  water of the same size.  Needed To Be St-rig.'  A good Ottawa story centres about  Glen Campbell, the good-natured giant  from Dauphin. Glen came down after  the Christmas holidays, and as he is  not handy with the *azor the long ride  from Dauphin left him with quite a,,  befird. He walked into the Russell  barber shop, and the deft tonsorial  artist began to operate, ^s the steel  passed over his face Glen begau to  squirm.  "Is  the razor all  right,  sir?"  enquired the barber, solicitously.  "Guess   it  is,"   drawled   Glen, . "if  the handle don't break."     _  Its Style.  "That singer bus a velvet vole������.**  WI suppose that accounts for tho ptto  bhe gets from lf'���������Baltlmoro Ansari*  When the Odds  Are  You Can Depend on DR. CHASE'S SYRUP  OF LINSEED AND TURPENTINE  to Help You, If You Get  the Genuine  What ,a .figiit rogb on during   tho  wintqr ebntion " * against    coughs    and  colds.''TIlBVuhiklron nro caruloss about  IceopihgvWrjif ahd. warm, and the par-  AnthronologistB    assert    thnt    tho   onts nro worried to hour thom oough.  Frenchman's foot is long and narrow     ,The beM; insurance, againBt serious  und well..!proportioned. TThe -Scotch-   results is tho uso    of    Dr.    Chaso's  man's foot, according to these authorities, is High and thick, , strong and  muscular and capable of hard work.  Tho Russian's foot possesses ono no-  ouliarity. the toes being Jf������neriilly  webbed*' to t..* fl"t Joint. The Tar-  tar's foot is ahort and heavy, tho foot  of a certain type of savage, and the  toes are tho same length. The Spaniard's foot iB Rcncrnlly small, but  finely curved. The Englishman's foot  is in most coses short and rathor  fleshy and not, ns a rulo, ns strong  proportionately as it should bo.  ���������^���������i^*""-1************m****������*Mf^*r  Stamps In Roll*.  English stamps nre to bo issued in  rolls as well ns in sheets ns at present. Ribbons of postage .stamps wound  on a reel aro expected to save time  for hui-lnoMs men, and tho stamps  need bu perforated only on two sides.  Back to Adam.  A pnrnhmi'iit six yards long nnd a  foot wide, tracing in quaint fifteenth  contury  writing tho doseent of  KIiir, ^ft-^iA  Henry VI. lrom Adam, haa Just b������en j & Co- Toronto.  placed In the Wolsb National library |  <. !."","���������.."���������;������������������" '��������� ���������  at Abcrvntwvth.  Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine  So woll-lcnown is this medicine and  so universally used that wo need  scarcely tull you of its tnorita. ��������� But  wo do want to warn you against imitations and substitutes.  Onco you Icnpw thnt thoro nro at  least four imitations of Dr. Ohnso'a  Syrup of Linnood and Turpentine on  tho market you ��������� aro not likely to lot  any denier talk you into accepting  anything but tho genuine, on each  bottlo of wliich aro tho portrait and  ftigrittturo ol A, W. Chase, M.D., ihe  famous Receipt Rook author.  Imitations nro sold on tho reputation of this groat medicine, and not  on thoir own merits, or why shonld  th������y not havo a namo of thoir own,  With tho gonuinn Dr, Chaso's Syrup  of Llnsnnd nnd Turpnntino you can  readily ovorcomo croup, bronchitis,  whooping cough, throat. Irritation and  tho moHt serious coughs and colds.  25 cents a bottle; family ������ir,o, M  cents; nil dealers or Kd man son, Baton  Queer Indian Ceremony.  A strange ceremony is carried on at^  certain temples in a district of India11  lying in. a belt of swamp and jungle  at the, foot of the Himalayas. Persons  -*ho liave visited the temples at sundown state that they found the priests  engaged in cooking large cakes before  the temples in perfect silence.  As the last rays' of sunlight disappear the chief priest issues from the  shrine. Moving slowly forward he  takes up a hammer and begins to  strike a bell.  At the sound all the priests rise and  move solemnly and in dead silence  around the quadrange, bearing with  them. their huge cakes, which they  break up as; tney, walk and deposit  on the stones and tree trunks and  on the steps of the temple. A rustling  sound then causes one of the visitors  to turn. A jackal, big and plump,  brushed past him and he in turn was  followed by other jackals, singly and  in pairs, emerging from every lane  nnd passace in the darkening thicket.  They" filled the space before the temple. The high priest ceased to toll  the bell nnd, at a shout and a wave  of the hand,, every jackal trotted to  what   was  evidently   his   accustomed  Slace in theleast, seized the cake in  is   jaws,    turned    and   disappeared  through the thicket.  No traveler has been able to elicit  from the priests an explanation of  this strange bounty. "It has always  been so,", is their only answer to any  questions^  An   Insistent  Creditor.  Mr. Goodonough**���������My doar follow,  how shabby you look; Don't you think  it is wrong to wasto your money on  your stomach whon you are so badly  in want of new clothes? ���������  Mr. Wostrell (who has just onjoyed  a good dinner)���������*P'r'aps it is; but, you  see, my back will always givo mo  credit, but my stomuch Insists upon  payment at onco and in lull whenever  1 havo nny money.  ��������� ���������"���������*���������r "[���������i'^'  l'        ' "'  An  Expert.  "How's your'daughtbr coming along  in business collogoP"  "Hor spelling's, a littlo bad yot, but  she's careful. I read several letters  sho wroto, on hor typewriter, and  ovory *i' ,*i$ dotted, and ovory 't\ is  crossed." A  C.  A. MAGRATH, M.L.  intellect,     who    talks . right)  straight  to, the  point on. all''publur  issues.    He  is .an  old  Ontario  boyi.  ���������sbbrn ut'���������'Augusta, Ont., and the son'of  a brilliant Irish school master.   He is  a Dominion topographical surveyor by  profession and has lived in the"north--  west for the past 30 years.   He: was si.-.  member of th^ Northwest Legislative-  Assembly for two terms arid was7 first.  returned  to  tbe  House  of  Commons ,  at the general, elections of 1808.  When  the recent reorganization of the Cort-  seervative party took place under Mr.  R. L. Borden Mr. Magrath was, selected  as one of the ablest of the Conservative stalwarts in ths  remodeledl-  opposition forces and on the Conservative fighting line  there  is perhaps.'  no abler man.   The old leaders of the  Conservatives    have    mostly    passed  away  or  retired  and  their  pldces  is-'  now being filled by a brilliant galaxy  of   young   men   who   have  not   completely won their spurs, as there have  been no large -subjects, -before*Parlia*  ment for some time that would try the*  !������*.+!��������������� rrf *,he new msn ssd. ^rove their\  worth.  W. N U��������� No. 830.  The Worrier.  "Yon must quit worry and tako a  'Vacation," said tho practitioner.  "My dear doctor,' replied tho patient, "if I could go* my affnirs into  shape that would permit mo to tako a  vacation I'd bo so relieved I wouldn't  neod ono."  Once Wat Enough.  "Did you evor," said ono preacher  to anothor, "stnnd at tho door after  your sormon and listen to whnt pooplo snid nbout it as thoy pnssod outP"  Replied ho, "I did onco"���������a pause  and a sigh-���������"but I'll novor do it  again."  *w wninn     i ii " i������ i min nm  Injustice.  Wife���������I can't soo why, because a  woman marries a man, sho shonlU  tako hlo name.  Husband���������I quito agtoe with you,  I think that tho poor chap ought to  havo sbmothing whlfch ho can oall  hi* owa.-rJllusfrated Bits.  General Told To Go Away.  Gen. Sir Ian Hamilton, commander-,  in-chief in the Mediterranean and inspector-general of the oversea forces,,  has been inspecting the troops in,  Cairo. He is often regarded as the  most unlucky soldier in the :army������  and certainly the number of times he������  has been wounded, to a greater or less.,  extent, is remarkable.  Sir Ian is not- averse to telling &.  story against himself. On one occasion he was in the neighborhood of  Salisbury Plain, and was watching the  evolutions of a battery of.. regular ar-,  tillery. He ventured to point out to  the battery commander that he had'  allowed his men to get well withii*  the range of the force of attacking infantry, and he suggested a withdrawal.,  "For goodness' sake go away!" was-  the impatient retort. "You ,'areAlth'e"  third of J,hose dasher Terriers: ^b.o*  has. been round here to-day - trying  to teadimemy work. .What,on.earth:  do you know' about gunnery, I should  like to know?" "Not as much as I  should like to," was the other's reply.  "Let me hand you. my card in case*  you should have time, to instruct met  while you are staying on the Plain.''  Gen. Hamilton is, of course, one  of the most experienced artilleryists.  in the British army.  X   V      Many Men, Many Jobs.  '���������' Th������ extraordinary number and'variety of occupations pursued in Britain-  rhny be imagined; from tho fact that  on Occupation Dictionary, privately  printed for tho census officials'"���������usfey,  contained ten years ago as mnnyAid* ������  .10,000 descriptions of work. Thisycar  the dictionary is to bo published for  tho first timo. It is bdine carefully  revised, and probably at least.:. 2.0QQ'  occupation names will bo A<l<jRd- hofpro  it gooB to press. ....  ' - .  .   ��������� . ' ��������� -, y. -.'.. - .���������-..��������������� .  His Legacy.  The sod littlo old mnn lay dying on-  his hard bed. Ho called his fnmlly  together and addressed ��������� them, thut}?  "My children, I am: about to'-W'siun-  moned honco.   I am. aB you- knowf n-  Eoor man and havo Httle to loavoyou,.  ut nil I havo I givo you gladly."  So ho beckoned thom to his bedside  ono by  one,  kissed  them  and gave*  thom moaslos,���������London Answers.  Cruel.  ���������But,   papa,"   wailod  tho young-  woman, ''you can have no idea how  he loves mo. He is willing to dio for  mc this very minute."  "Well," eaid tho old mnn, scratching his head thoughtfully, "I don't  know as I havo any objection to that.  I wns afraid ho wantod to marry  you."  MtsorUt of Wealth.   ,  Mr.   IMnohponny���������I    worked    nml  slaved many a long year for my mon*  oy. only to find at last that wealth  doco not-brine hnppinoss.  Mr. SHmpurso���������Dooan't itf  Mr. Plnchponny���������No. I can't apeml  a dollar without putting monoy into-  aomo one else's pocket. KjrfcwVv '��#��# jf��c��cas!"j is w,- '-is.tas,- ir*Rr.-.��.is iw
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There   Are   Several    Prominent   Old
Land Men In Commons.
Among the little coterie of Englishmen in the House, Martin Burrell, of
Yale-Cariboo, stands out prominently.
He came in at the last general election, after one of tbe most spectacular
contests in the whole Dominion, and
he made his mark and considerably
surprised Sir Wilfrid Laurier, by
jumping into the tray; on the opening
day of the new Parliament, and eloquently resenting the attack of the
Premier on the campaign methods of
the Opposition in that province. Since
that memorable day., Martin Burrell
has always commanded the ear of
the House. On the Opposition side
he is among the foremost able speakers. A a practical fruit-grower, he
is continually camping on the trail
of Hon. Sydney Fisher. Mr. Burrell
is still in the prime of life, being 54.
He came to Canada in 1883 and for
six years engaged in fruit farming
in the Niagara Peninsula, afterwards
removing to British Columbia, where
he is ������at'-jpresetut-' engaged in that industry on an esteasivi* scale. . Iii a
Conservative administration.' MivcBur-
rell's claims for "preferment would be
hard to ignore, and it is doubtful if
they would be overlooked. And since
the famous crossing of swords with
Sir Wilfrid-,Laurier.-on. the opening
day of this Parliament, the Premier
has entertained a profound respect
for the little man from Grand Forks,
for after all the Liberal chieftain
dearly loves a fighter.
Speaking of Englishmen, it may
surprise many to know that several
of the prominent members of Parliament hailed originally from the tight
little island. There is Ralph Smith,
the white-haired philosopher from
Nanaimo, who deserted the practice
of. medicine in Newcastle-on-Tyne
only a few years ago to take up farming life in Alberta, and who is the
only supporter of. the Liberal party
who dares stand up in his place in
Parliament and declare that absolute
free trade is the inevitable destiny of
Canada. Arthur Cyril Boyce, the clever little lawyer from Sault Ste. Marie,
who is- one of Mr. Pugsley's "bete
noirs" and who first saw the light of
day in a Yorkshire vicarage. Richard
Stuart Lake, brother of Sir Percy
Lake, who left his Lancashire home to
take up land in Saskatchewan, and
is one of the stalwarts of the Opposition from the West. Then last,- but
not least, comes Edward Arthur Lancaster, who sits for ..Lincoln, and was
born within the sound of Bow Bells.
When Mr. Lancaster is not serving
the public from a levelcrossingspoint
of view, he is plotting the destruction of the Senate. One of his ancestors must have been Guy Fawkes, for
Mr. Lancaster has a bomb which he
is about to explode, which, if the
fuse catches fire and Sir Wilfrid Laurier does not extinguish it, will result
in the disappearance: of the. Upper
Chamber. . Of the various natibhaltiea
which make up the Commons, the little coterie of Englishmen is by no
means insignificant, both as regards
ability and industry.
A  Toronto   Practical   Joke.
This is not so much an anecdote as
it is a warning. As a result of the
trouble between the Toronto Electric
Light Co. and the city, some active
young men have planned a practical
joke. It has been played , upon a
number of people, and anyone who
has a telephone may be victimized.
It is so simple that a person falls
easily into the trap. VOh a cold evening you will be sitting by the grate
fire reading and feeling glad that
you do not have to.face the chilly
winds, whien the telephone rings. You
go to the 'phone and tho following
conversation ensues:
-    '?Is that Mr. A.?'!     y
"This is the T.EjL. speaking. You
-���know * we-haye .'been having considerable trouble lately. Would.you mind
letting us know if the arc light ab
th ��� corner of the street is burning?"
Deceived by the business-like voice,
you express your willingness to bo
obliging. It is necessary for you to
go to the bottom of the .verandah
steps or even, to the sidewalk to secure the desired information, ond you
return shivering to the 'phono in
about fivo minutes.
"Yes," you soy, "the light is burning."
"Well, the city says they do not
need, it," soys the voice at the otber
���ond of tho line. "Will you kindly blow
it out?"
Then ho rings oft, and you soy
things.���Saturday Night.
Mother's Pet.
That brooking off an engagement ia
at least a littlo more serious than
tho comic papers would havo us believe is tho lesson which a Toronto
man of some; thirty-five yc ars learned
two or throo weeks ago. The girl,
���who was, at least a doson years younger than l.a,. left hor position and was
well on with the preparations for her
marriage when tho man's mother very
strongly objected to tho proposed mar-
Tno son thereupon broko off tho engagement.
A few nights later ho was at a
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bnt ho didn't roaliKQ how his action
had turned them against bim.
"May I havo tho pleasure of tho
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"Woll," said the young lady, frigidly, "hadn't you bettor ask your mother P"
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Jail prisoners are to ; have X syrup
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A DUtlnguUhed List.
Tho Governors-General of Canada,
with tho dato that thoy assumed oflloo,
havo boon: Rltfht Eon. Viscount
Monde, K.C.M.G., July. 1867; Right
Hon. l-ord'l,i8R*r, G.O.M.U., Fob. fl,
180(1; Right Hon, tho Karl of Duff or in,
K.F., K.O.B., 0,0.M.a.,, Juno 26
m*i 'Right Hon. thu Marquis oe
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Of dreams divine I built his shrine
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I strewed beforo its golden door,
Tho flowers of all my years.
My neighbor's famo was black with
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He paused and found her fair.
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The lovo I might not win,
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���Mnrio Conway Oomier in Smart
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Wall Street Journal.
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im��mmmmmm THE   CRESTON,    B. C,    REVIEW.  THE  CANADIAN   BANK  OF  COMMERCE  StR EDMUND WALKER,  C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PnESiDENT  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAL, -  $10,000,000  - REST, - $7,000,000  MONEY  ORDERS  The Money Orders of The Canadian Bank of Commerce are a'safe,  convenient and economical method of remitting-small sums of money.  They are payable without charge at every branch of a chartered bank in  Canada (except in the Yukon Territory) and in the principal cities of  the United States.  TU/,  t~\~Aa,~t. r.~A A.11   inf/M-mitinn  rnonrrlincv  tViprtl   mav    "ho    obtained  on application at the Bank.  In the event of loss of a Money Order the Bank will, on receipt of  a satisfactory guarantee, make arrangements to refund the amount ci  the lost Order. 232  'PERCY "B. FOWLER, SHanager, Creston Branch  mistake  & te^^^l \/ou wil1 make no  5������\    l^m^'^y'^M^^Sl       a        when vou o-et off tbe train  xa?  The Creston ^Revielto  ���������fSKSIfS  x-uhiished every   Friday at Creston, British Columbia, by the Creston Publishing Go.- at their office. Wilson Avenue, Oreston.  J. K. Johnson  Manager.  BA1.PH G. Scbcton  Editor.  Subscription, ������2 00 a year, in advance.  SO-Day Notices, $5;  60, $7.50; 90, $10  The Review is t&e acknowledged advertising wpditim of the Creston valley, cir-  colBting m ovw ewe thotiFimd hemes tbrooghnit the Creston district. jQvr  columns we pjeo to corref poEdf uts cai live qtiesf'ions oj local interest. Contributions mxx-t be brief, written co cue side erf tije peper onH* and signed, not  neeefpsiiJy for j-ubliretioii, ttit as evidfuct nf geed faith. "We invite support  in our endeavours to iocreeee tfce usefulness of tbt Bevi<w ty tripling in your  adveitiftsrients, ^obsoirtiens *nd Dens. OfK>pJaJiits fi(ro totsoriteri as to  non-receipt of rpper wifi be p������cn������ptly  attecded to.    Addie6s all communicft-  The Leading  Hotel of the  \ Fruit    Belt  Guests  <Again  if  von   <;iffn   the' reoristei"   *������r  --   j^���������   *--������>--       -   o-  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men v ill substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  J. B* Moran  Proo*  "Oh! Mercy! Has Anybody Seen  My Cat?"  This particular cat, so tho story ������ft  #������es, having fonnd a botrb* of /$L  TS. B C. Beer, preferred its ,i'������y- "^f  bringing qualities fo a placo by #j������  "his own fiiefiido." But yon don't Jf*  need "to wonder" ti> t������iat������ the ^y  pleasures of N B C Beer.���������Sold ������������  at oil hotels iu Creston. J  ��������� - ^  Wm. Gosnell ^  Manager.  iison ore win  Go., Ltd.  ���������o? vtv v2? \{2? %4j/ tjy  Nolson Land IHstrlct���������Ulstrlctof Wost  Koottmay.  Tako notice thnt I, N. tl. Piatt, of Rossland,  Nelson Lund lUsti-UU���������District of West  Kooteuay.  I'aUo not loo that X   Alfred Hegansburff, of  The Ooldnn ftnnnrtimitv  As will be seen from the news item elsewhere in this  issue, the coal miners have laid down their tools throughout  the Crows Nest mining centers, and with this information,  is given an account from a reliable source, of the wholesale  exodus which is now taking place, of miners, businessmen  and others, who owing to the stoppage of the industry up^n  which their bread depends, are forced to seek another field  to find an immediate opening for their labor and enterprise.  Right at this moment, hundreds of families in the coal  region, are wondering where to go and what to do.  This is Creston's opportunity. We have in this district  large tracts of the very finest land, of proven fruit land, and  upon which the large majority of the men from the coal  towns could find profitable, productive employment. The  best class of coal-miner is the right class of man to take up  fruIt-sTowluc*'* He possesses tbe necessary knowledge of  explosives, which will enable him to clear the land at the  minimum of expense, and he is used to work, the "Get. something for nothing brigade," steer clear of tae coal pits.  y To men of the calibre of these striking miners, Creston  should present a powerful inducement. On a fruit farm,  the troubles and uncertainties of employment would be ail  forgotton, the fruit farmer owns his own Job. and comes as  near to receiving the full product of his toil, as it is possible  to get anywhere on earth, outside the tropics. He is secure  alike, from the tyranny of Capital and the even more  burdensome yoke of the labor unions, whilst he exchanges  the perils and labors of the monotonous life underground,  for a life of health and freedom in the sunshine and fresh air  of the best climate in Canada.  NOW Mr. Miner, get out of your groove, and  become a contented fruit farmer. Come to Creston, leave  the coal holes for keeps, and get a home on a fruit ranch in  The Glorious Kootenays.  IS YOUR NAME MARY OR GEORGE?  There is a movement on foot, headed by his Excellency  the Govenor-Generai of Canada, with the object of enabling  all the u Georges'* of the Empire to present a coronation  gift to the King. Subscriptions from 5 cents up to 5 dollars  will be accepted. Not to be outdone, the "Marys" of the  of the empire are collecting tor a similas gift to be presented  to Queen Mary. The '* Marys" were a trifle late in start,  ing but any mere mau will be willing to wager that by coronation day they will have a list of subscribers that will make  the " Georges " open their eyes wide witli wonder.  WHO LS THE CHAMPION?  The shades of night were falling fast, when an uncouth  smoke begrimed individual, walked with a heavy foot, into  this office. I have, an announcement to make and a chall-  ange to issue, he shouted "I am the champion stump blower  of the Creston District have today blown over 100 stumps,  , and am prepared to back myself to blow more stumps in  less time, than any man on earth". And with these brave  words spoken, he stumped out of thft office. The question  now is, who is the champion stump blower of Creston?  tt.i'., occupation Huii������t<ke������i>er. intend to up- Ymir, H. (J., occupation Lumbeiirmn, intend  ply   ior permission io purchaso tho following "to apply for pormlaslon to purchase the fol-  <KW.rlb������u lauds:- lowing described laoda:-  i.'uiuuieuoltig  at  a  post planted about teu Commending at a  post planted about five  (IU) chains West of tho  Northeast cornor of (i>) mi tcs In  a .Northerly direction from'the  UHS17-J. umiiff tho Southwest corner, thonoe N.W. oormu ot  Lot 4275 and adjacent to the  running Norm w ohaiiu.Kast SO chams.South .Northeast corner of Al. Kliuinigan's location.  ���������10 chains mill West so chains to point of com- thenco North 20 chains. KaHt Mi chains, South  meucoiiiont and containing SuO acres more or <>u chains ami Went 40 chains to point of com-  loss.   JLocatcd this lsih day oi  January. 18U.  Nkttik H. t*u.viT. Applicant.  Ja'hks t-tsuKU. Agent.  Pate Jaunary 18, Wil.  .Nelson Land District���������District ot West  Kooteuay.  Take notice that I, .Stella Warsob, of Rossland. B. C. occuoatiou  Spiuister,  Intend to  apply for permission to purchase the following described lauils:-  Commenotng at a post planted about four  (4.) miles in a Northerly direction from ihe  Noithwwit coruer of L.ot 4J7o, "South of and  adjoining juiues Morrison's local ion. thence  *oiuh iu chains, thenco East40 chains, thence  Norih So chains, theuce West 40 chains io  point of eoniineiicemtnt and containing 320  acre.-: mort; or loss.  stella Wakson, Applicant.  Ja.hks Fisiiek, Agent.      ^  Date February is, lvi\  TueiKeinent aud containing-80 acres moro or  lesk.  Alfred Rboaxsbuko, Applicant.  James Flshkk, Agent.  Ditto February 12,1911.  >elsou JOand District���������District ot WeBt  Kootenay.  Tak������ notice that i, Alary Bilfor, of Spokane,  Wash., occupation  ilouselieeper,  intend   to  apply for  periuissiou to purchase the following described lands:-  Uommencing at a post planted about four  (i) miles iu a Northerly direction from the  isorthwest corner ofi.ot427a on West side of  Mosiiulto creek feouth of and adjoining  Jjunes Morrison's location, theiace South 80  chains, thence West so ohaius, thenco .North.  So chains, theuce Jiast 80 chains to ooint of  commencement and coutaimng 040 acres  more or less.  Mary Bilfok, Applicant.  Jajies Fisiiek, Agent.  Date February 12,1U11.  Nelson Laud District���������District of West  Kootenay.  Take notice that I, James Morrison, of  Ymir, Xi. C. occupation Lumberman, intend  to apply for permission to purchase the following desorlbed lands:-  Coniinencing sit. a post planted about five  (5) miles in a Northerly direction from the  N. W. corner of Uot 4275 and adjacent to ths  Northeast corner of Al. Flaunigan's location,  thence South 80 chains.thence East 40 chains,  thence North 80 chains,thence West 40 chains  to point of commencement and containing  320 acres more or less.  James AroRBisoN, Applicant.  James Fishek, Agent.  Date February 12,19U-  Below you will find a list of timely and interesting %  books, which have just been published, and for 5  which we  will   take orders,and  guarantee  prompt  delivery.  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootgnay.  Take notice tnat I, Win. K. McWhirter.of  Ymir, B.C., occupation  Lumberman, intend  to apply for permission to  purchase  the foi  lowiug described lands:-  Commencing at a post planted on the East  shore of Mosquito Lake at or near the North-  .west corner of 1 ot 8402 being tu*> Southwest  corner, thence running North 80 chxius.along  shore of stud lake, thence East 40 chains.  South 80 chains and West 40 chains to point,  of commencement and containing 320 acres  more or less.  William r. MoWhtktek, Applicant.  Jasies Fisher. Agent.  Date January 21,1911.  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay.  Take notice that 1, Mamie  Longr, of Spokane, Wash.-, occupation Married   Woman,  intend to appiy for permission'to purchase  tiie following described lands:-  Commenciug at a' post planted about three  1.3) miles in u. Northerly direction, from the  Northwest corner ot Lot 4275 and adjacent to  thu. Northeast corner of Harry Brauer's location, thence South so chains, thence h,ast 20  chains, thence North so chains, thence West  20 chains, to point of commencement and  containing 1C0 acres more or less.  Mamik Lwng, Applicant.  James Fishbu, Agont.  Date B'ebruary 12,1911.  The Truth About Spain. By Ward. $2.25  5000 Facts About Canada. fo.25  When God Laughs. By Jack London. $1."so-  Dry Farming. By W idstoe. ^1.50  The Rosary.    By Florence Barclay.    $1.50  and A*  "Through   5'"Republics  oh    Horseback''  y ��������� By Ray Whitefield.  We will make a special   effort  to  secure .any' book  which you wish, no matter how rare or  out  of date  ' it may-be.  ^  ^  ^  >���������  I creston orug&tsook l>o.  c ���������   ��������� ���������  %  %  ���������atsnssBBsssRsssisasessEffisaEa 1  vxm2r&mEB  EOt  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kooteuay.  'lake notice that 1, William Rumley,   of  Patterson, B.C., occupation .Lumberman, intend to apply, for permission to purchase the  following described lands:'.  Commencing at a post planted adjacont to  the Northeast corner of Lot 9323 Doing the  Southeast corner, thenco running North SO  chains, West Ou chains, Mouth 40 ouains. East  40 chains, tiouiii 40 cuains, and East 20 chains  to point of commencement and containing  4S0 ucres more or less.  William Rumlky, Applicant.  Jam as Fisiiek, Agent.  Dato January UO, 1011.  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay  Take nolice that I, Tohn Kyle, of Ymir. B.  C. occupation Lumberman, intends ionppty  for permission to purchase the following described lands:-  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to  the Northwest'corner'of Lot 9323 being the  Northeast corner, thence running South So  chains, West 80 chains. North 80 chains and  East. 80 chains to point of commencement and  containing 610 acres m������re or le6s. .  Ji.'HN KYI.E, Applicant  .IAME& FJSHEK, Agent  Date January 22,19U.  Nelson Land District���������Distriot of west  Kootenay.  Take notico that I, Nollio Stark, of Uobi-  land, U.C., occupation Nurse, intend to apply  for permission  to   purohuse   tho  following  described lands:-  Commencing at a post planted about ton  (10) chains feast of tho southwest corner ol  Ol.no Hals ton's location auu about lour miles  in a eon tii westerly direction from the South-  west corner ot Lot na2!J being tho Northwest  cornor, tlionco running (south 40 chains, Kimt  40 chains, North 40 chains, and West 40 chains  f> point of commonoomont and containing  a2o ucrcK moro or less.  NWLLire Stauk, Applicant.  .Tames Fihiibu, Agont.  Dato February 0,1911.  Nolson Land District���������District of Wost  Kootimiiy.  Tako notioo that I, ,'1'om Charlos, of Pattor-  son, B.C., ticcupatioiiLumliorman, intond to  apply lor pmmiSHlou to purohaso tho lollow-  lug tlescrlbud ItintlH:���������  t .'oiiimenclng at a post plantod nbout six (0)  miles in a aoulhwoNtorl.v direction iroin the  B.W. cornor of Lot fMZl using tho Hon th west  cornor, thonco running North BO chains, from  a point about 10 ohains West of whoro said  post'lH plantod, thonuo Kasl. 80 ohulni, South  bit (JlmliiH, and West SOoIuiIiih to point of com-  iiioiiQoiiiuntund containing 6to acrow moro or  Ions,  Tom CiiAitLics, Applicant,  .lAMKH FlMllKK, AgOlll.  Ditto Fobruary 11, lllll.  Nolson Land District���������District of West  Knntoiiiiy.  Tako notico that J.i'ourl I'oll.lor,or Algoina,  WiiKhliigion, occupation HoiiHOlieorioi',Intend  to upply for  prnirilhHlon lo ���������nircliuHotlioioI-  lowliitf tloHorllJutl lantlHi-  Ciiiniiiunuing ut a post plantod about ton  (Hi) chill ua Kant of tliu Mouthwcst corner of  Lot. H170, lining tlm Noi'tlit'iiHtcornor, tliiJiico  Hon Hi 80 ohalns, Went no chains, Norlli UO  t'lialiisand JCast HO chaliiH to )inlnt of corn,  ini'iioomoiit and conialnliig 040 aoros moro or  (cms,  I'EAitL I'ht/j'ikii. Applicant,  Jami'.h Fisiricit, Agont,  I)ato January 21, Mil.  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Koolonay,  Tn Ito nollco that I. utlm Kalston, ol ITar>  rlNiiiiburg, Virginia, occupation Houuo Doo-  oiiiii>r,|lntoiid  lo nppl.v   I'or   purmlH������*lnii to  pmvhiiMn thn following thiHcrlhr-d land*:-  i.uiiunciicliig at a poHt pliniloil uhiiiit two  ami a hull' C!,'i) miles In a HonthwoNlorly  (liiiciloii from iho H, W, cornor ofLotliali],  lll'llIK lllll NOI'lllWl'Ht   COl'IK'l*,  lllOhCO   I'lllllllllg  Hoinii no clinliiH, KaM.(l0 cliaiiiH, North no  cIiiiiiih uml Wnsi. at) chains Id point ol'con),  ini'iiicinciit una oniitaliilug(110noros inonior  IlIMM,  ornn lUr.MTON, Applicant.  .lA.MKH li'lHUHIt, Agent,  IMlo Fulmiaty,!!, lllll,  Monoy lo loan nn ranch or town ���������prop,  oi ly nt low rata of inturont. Apply to  Jouiihou Hi Hcrutou nd HctIow OiUoo.  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kooteuay.  Toko notice   that 1, Mike   Flannigan, of  Ymir, B.C., occupation Lumberman, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the follow! ng described lands:-  Commencing at a post planted about five  (5) miles In a Northerly direction from the  N.W. corner of Lot 4275 on East side of Mosquito: Creek being the Northeast corner  thence South 80 chains, West 80 chalns.NOrth  80 chains and East 60 chains to point of commencement and containing 640 ocrca more or  less.  MIKE FLANNIGAN, Applicant.  JAMEU FISHER, Agent.  Date February 12, Mil.  Kelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenav.  Tako notice that I, Walter Demer, of Ymir,  K.C.. occupation Lumberman, Intends to apply for permission to purchase tho following  described lands:- ,  Commencing nt a pout plantod at the S. W.  corner of Tom Charles' location about six (0)  miles in a S. W. direction trom thoB. W. corner of Lot viVJti being the Northwest corner,  thenco .running Houth 80 chains, East 80  chains, North 80 chains and Wfst80 chains to  point ol commencement and contains 010  aores more or Iosh, ..'���������*.  WALTER DEMEtt. Applicant  Dato Fobruary 11,1011. >;, ���������X.*���������*.-.    .  Creston  ������Ba^iiBiiffijB**mai'*Bfc  WHERE TOGO; -     v  . for ihe best tobacco nt wny below best 'quality prices is easily  solverl.       Just  ijo straight  to  POOL'S  nnrt in-=DPf fc th<Mr tobnoio. -Note  'thB'Puperior quality of tbe rna-  tnial.    ; Omnimro   prioes    yvith  ..-.!  othor.;,- quotaiinuH.     You   have������������������:'-.  never seon better  tobacco,   nnd  and you bave never set-ii such  priet-.������. qnoted hn?inv\   AWe hava  : never bVeuai.le to offer a liRtter:  line and we are proud to showy  It.     " . A ���������"���������    -X   :/-xY  POOLE  Prop.  WSBSOBtu  ^^>i^^^^^J^^j^^^^^^^/VAArVVVV<'y^V^������^i������^Wv^VVVVVV^^^V^yVi  The Crest  Billiards and Pool  jitjfujn Room 8^^������^  Nelson Land Distriot���������DlstrlctV)f West  Kootenay.  . Tako notico that I, Hurry Kraunr.of Hoss.  land, B.C., oooupatlon Diamond  Driller, Intend to apply for pormlflslon to purchase tho  following doHorlbotl lands.-  CommonalMg at a post pUnted about throe  (il) miles In a Northerly direction irom the  Northwest cornor of Lot 4378, W*������t of Mosquito Creole, thenco south HO chains, thonco  West 80 chaliiH.tlunioo North 80 chaliiH.thonoo  East 80 oliAlnn to point of oommenueiueut  and containing 040 acres moro or Iohh,  Marry liiiAtTKM, Applicant.  ��������� ,1amkm Fikiiior, Agent.  Dato Fobruary 12,1011,  Nelson Land District���������District of Wost  Kootenay,  r Talco notice thatI, Hamuol W. Ralston, of  Xlivrrlsonburg, Virginia, occupation Photographer, I in ond to apply for permission to  ptirohaHo thn following described landm*  Cominonolnu at a pout plantod adjacont to  tho MouthwcHt ooriior or Lot, HUB. bolng tho  H.I'1,, cornor, thence running North 80 ohalns,  West 40 dial im, (South SO ohalns aud KaHt 40  challis to point ofcoinmoncomont iuul con.  talning 1120 aoroM moro or Iohh,  hamitrl w. Uamitok, Applicant.  Jamkh Fihhku, Agant.  Dat������ January 11), lOU.  Cigars and Cigarettes  Hot or Cold Baths  At Any Hour  Razors Ground and Set;  A^M>l^^AVA^A<^V*������^iAAAA^vS^^^M������^^W-MK^^V������AAAAA������'^AAAA������'*^VV^VVJ  o  s  a  Nolson LftiutDlHlrlct���������DlHirlctof Went  Kootenay.  Tako notico that. I, Oliver J, Long, of flpo.  Itano, Wash,, occupation Contractor, Intend  to apply for, pnrinlMlon to purcbaHo tho foi.  lowing dt'Ncrlbml landii:-  Comiiionolngnta post plantod about ono  l) m I In In a Northerly direction from tho  ���������Jortliworttcorner nf Lot 4,.,*'A and about 10  nhaliis West of West Hank of Mowipiltn Crook,  (bunco .Von li NO clialtm,tlionco Wist mi dial nn,  Ihiiiioo Houth HO cinilim, Ihence lOimt HO ohnln*  In point of con* iimnceiuent and conlalnlng  010 itcroH morn or Icmn.  OUVKH.T. Lono, Applicant.  Jamkh finhicu, Agont.  Dato February U, IMI.  fi  PIANO.���������Now nt mil wny ntntlon nenv  OroHlon, will bo finorlflood for I2C0  oiihIi. Novor beon imcid, Lady uimblo  to hoop it. Apply in flrot iuuUmco  Mrn, A. G. Munuioam, 2040, Oolumbin  Btroot, Vauoouvor, B.O.  %  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  (Befit equipped Livery in Town)  All ohsfl of TURNOUTS supplied nt eborfc uotioo,   The JdOetst etylos of  CUTTERS nud BUGGIES for Bftlo nud hire.   Snddlo nud pnclt horflos a  Spooinlity.  Feed fov imlo.      Agont; for the MaLauglilin Manfff. Oo.     Hor-iofl for enle  I am prepared to fill nil orders, both by wiro nud mnil, nnd meet nil trnius  nt nny honr of the day or night.   Oomn oroi-il mon nnd londseekors, will  roooivo prompt attention  ���������  H. S. McCreath, Prop  :S  . o  ' e>  o  '?<  Phono EO  Birdiir Avonuo  Box 14  UL JUUUULtt.g.g,.g,Q ttftJUUUULa&OJ " " (UlQ-ftP.Q.P.q.<?.O.CJt .flJUA&ASI,fULSLSULSU  AND  CARRIAGE WORKS  wmMmmmn*Biimmm  IUWJMUW  BukkIoh, DoiuonrillH, Gi|tH nnil Cut torn I'or hiiIo lit, rtiiiHoiKiblti  priooa  Wo do nil Itimlri of vcpiiiriuw imtl wood work wltb dlfliuiloli  Om* flhop iH liuiafml iitntr t o OrcHttin Mnrciintilo Oo.  Woaronlflo riKouiH for tho<������rogon Nurnory Oonipimy mid bandlo  Wirnt-olium JjYuU Troca  o     W. K. BROWN  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  :,i  il  il  1  xh.  '||^^^^^^5  'Hi  H  f  ���������v.Ovl THE    CRESTON,    E.   C,    REVIEW.  of False Hair  you can indulge yourself by engaging a  team from this livery stable for as iong  and ns short a time as you desire.  This Li very Stable  is also prepared to send a carriage to  meet trains, to take you shopping or calling, or to convey you to any June weddings yoa wish to attend.  Cameron Bros*  CRESTON LIVERY  A. MIRABELLI  TS*?g    SRESTGN   SHOEMAKER I  Best Workmanship  Boots and Shoes made to Order  A Speciality  Starftes & Go.  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  General Commission Merchants  NELSON  B.C.  FASHIONABLEMiLLINERY  Turbans, Hats and Bonnets in the.  Latest Styles.   Fancy Mounts  Plume* and Flowers in  all the new Winter  N Shades  Children's wool and bearskin hoods,  jacket**/ mitts, gloves, overalls, etc.  in great yoriotv  MRS. M   VOl ING  Millinery and Fanev Store  '.Fourth Street, Creston, B.C.  Hams, and Bacon, Butter  and   Kggs,   Lard,    Beef  Dripping, Etc.  Fresh Fish every Friday.  Smoked Fish all the time.  Our Smoked Salmon and  Halibut is choice.  P. BURNS & Go.  Limited  CRESTON  .^?*Vm<������  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay.  Take Notice that I, Laura A. Ralston,  of Harrisouburg, Virginia, occupation  Married Woman, intend to apply for  permission to purchase the following  described lands :-  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the Northeast corner of Lot 9323  being the Northwest corner, thence  South 80 ohains, East 80 chains; North  80 chains and West 80 chains to point of  commencement and containing 640  acres more or less.:  Lauka A. Ralston, Applicant.  -       James Fisher, Agent.  Date January 20. 1911.  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay.  Take notice tbat I, Mabel Ralston, of  Harrisonburg, Virginia, .occupation  Schoolteacher, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:-  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the Northeast corner oi* Lot 9323  being the Southwest corner, thence  running North 80 chains,East 80 chains,  South 80 chains and West 80 chains to  point of commencement and containing  640 acr98 more or less.  Mabel Ralston, Applicant.  James Fisher, Agent.  Date January 20, 1911.  PLAGUE ENTERS CANADA  IN DISCARDED CHINESE  PIGTAILS.  Stories which have been circulated at  different times of terrible diseases  caught from the wearing of false hair,  are being brought pretty close to home  at the present moment. Dr. J*. E. Lab-  erge of the Provincial Board of Health.  is about to issue a statement to ihe  effect that tbe plague which is causing  suoh frightful suffering and death in  China, may be brought into Canada by  false hair. The officers of the Health  Department are making inquiries at the  various hair stores throughout the big  Canadian Cities, in order to discover  what proportion of the switches sold by  the dealers come from China.  The men -who coadnct the htir  business state that they import the bulk  of their goods from Germany, but they  add that Chinese hair is also on sole in  Canada. It is claimed that most of tha  corpses taken to the morgues in the  Plague-stricken districts of China are  minus pigtails, and the reason is that  the hair has been taken by agents of the  hair companies.  However, she troubles of those   who  wear Chinese hair do not concern the  residents of Creston, people of the valley  are quite capable of growing a good  head of hair of their own.  ADDITIONAL LOCALS  Mr. Fred Watson left on Sundays  train for Wilmer B. C, aud has accepted a position as Engineer under the  Columbia River Irrigated Fruit Lands  Limited. His Agency for the "Sun"  Gasoline Lamps, together with the  Agencies for the Standard Gillet, the  National Stamping Works Etc, have  b3en transferred to Mr. Otis Wisler of  the Wisler Olothin**; House, and from  whom cus tomers should order their  supplies.  Ring up ph.-me No.  85, Ed. F. Johnson  when you need an expbrienced plumber.  3 M. B.irtou, of the Dominion Express Company at Cranbrook and one of  the early settles at Creston, has decided  to move his family to Cranbrook at once  and it is expected.they will leave at the  end of this week. , Mr. and Mrs. Barton  will be gteatly missed at Oreston, Mrs.  Barton especially has been a prominent  ���������figure in many Church societies,   from  the  !2iQSl'il20'S   n^    ������w"-������"#������l������      otirl    ok   jv������a������*-o.  other social affairs she will be greatly  missed by a large circle of friends, woo  will join with ihe '-' Review " in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Barton every happiness  in their new home.  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 and stable one and a half miles  from Creston. Apply to Walter V.  Jack -on, Phone 91, Oreston, B.O.  Do you know that Ed. F. Johnson  has been appointed sole agent for Fairbanks & Morris gasoline engines and  Centrifugal pumps?  Frank Putnam has commenced with  the clearing of his forty acres of orchard  land at Erickson, and has already got  five acres cleared.  INFORMATION FOR VOTERS  Monday last was the last day for the  registration of names on the Provincial  Voters List for the present time. For  the information of our readers we publish the following which will show what  is required before a person can become  a voter in this province :-the qualifications are, that the person taking the  declaration must be a British Subject,  21 yeaTs of age, a six mouth* resident of  the province and a one months resident  of the riding in which he is making  application to be placed on they list.  Voter * may transfer from one electoral  distriot to another 20 dayB previous to an  election.  NOTICE  TendprK will bo received by; the underpinned up ro the 22nd clay of April, 1911. at 5  Ii.in., tor the jmrcliane of, Block 27. yuiidivi-  slou oi Lot, No. '541, Group one New Westminister District, situated in the City of  Vancouver, and being the site of the old  Provincial Court FIor.Re. Kuch tender must  be enclosed in a registered letter and must be  jHldremsed to the undersigned, and plainly  marked "fendor for old Vancouver Court  Mouse .Site," and must.be acpo*npanied by  an accepted cheque lor t������-ii'per cent of tbe  lirst payment of the purchase money. Payment for the property will:be accepted In  iimmllmeniK of one-quarter of tlie.purehase  money. The first of such installments to be  paid within thirty days after the acceptance  of the tender, aud tho other three annually  At^o****'-**'*.'-���������   ���������i*-*.   * ���������* ������'��������� ��������� ���������*  ^������������-a*.���������. -������������-K*i7,    ��������� <���������   *    ���������>o**  ���������>���������*>������*������ vutiitii m   f* tiiii   ��������������������������������� i;iwti mv *<���������***- *������*w   v������    ������*    j*^*  cent per annum, t a tbe event of tbe person  ���������whose tender is accepted failing to complete  the first installment within thirty days of  the notice of such acceptance the sale to bim  will be cancelled and his ten per cent deposit  forfeited. The cheques of' unsuccessful  tenderers will be returned. The highest or  any tender will uot necessarily be accepted.  Ko commissions of any kind will be allowed.  WM.I.IAM B. Boss, Minister of Lands*.  Department of lands. V'at"1",n- B.C,  J March 7th, 1911. ���������."..'���������,'."'-���������"  Now is the. time to make arrangements for that bath room. Call and  iuterview Ed. F. Johnson the plumber.  tA'Breatheable^einedy for Catarrh  The rational way to combat Catarrh  is the Hyomei way, viz: t>y oreutbiug.  Scientists for years have been agreed on  tbis point bnt failed to get an anteseptic  strong enough tb kill catarrh germs ani  not destroy the tissues of tbe 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 tha inhaler over the innaaaed  and germ-ridden membrane four or five  times a day,and in a few 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 your druggist or nost-  paid from TheR. T= Booth Co, iitd..,  Fort Erie, Out. Hyomei is guaranteed  to core .asthma, croup, sore throar.  coughs, colds or grip or refund your  ] money back. Sold aud guaranteed by  the Creston Drag & Book Go.  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay.  Take  notice   that   I,  Elphrata Harris, of  Carson,    Washington,   occupation   Married  Woman, intend to apply for permiasion to  purchase tbe following described lands:-  . Commencing at a post planted adjacent to  tbe Southwest corner of Lot 8149, being the  Soutneast corner, thence running North 40  chains. West 80 chains, South  sO chains. Kast  GO chains and North 40 chains to point of  commencement and   containing   640   acres  more or less.  Eli������hbata HABKis.AppHcant.  JA3IES KrSHER, Agent.  Date January ie, 1911.  OUR NEW METHOD TREATMENT wOl core yoa and make a maa of  you. Under its influence tho brain becomes active, the blood purified so that all  pimples, blotches and ulcers heal up; tbo nerves become strong as steel, so that  nervousness, bashfulness and despondency disappear; the eyes become bright, the  face full and clear, energy returns to tie body, and the moral, pbvslc&l and mental  systems ara invigorated;- all drains cease���������no more vital waste irom the system.  You feel yourself a man and know marriage cannot bo a failure. Don't let quacks  and fakirs rob you oc your bard earned dollars.  NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT  THREATENED WITH PARALYSIS  Peter E. Summers relates his experience:  "I was troubled with Nervous Detiility  for many years.   I lay it to indiscretion  and excesses in youth.   1 becamo very  despondent and didn't care whether JC  worked or not.    I imagined everybody*  who looked at ma guessed my secret.  Imaginative dreams at night weakened  me���������my baoJe ached, had pains ia the  back of my bead, hands and feet wero  cold, tired la the morning; poor appetite,  fingers wero ehaky, eye3 blurred, hair  loose, memory poor, etc.  numbness in  the fingers set in and tlio doctor told me  be feared paralysis.   I toolc all kinds 6������  medicines and   tried  many first-class  physicians, woro an e!ectrio belt for three  montlis,   but  received Httle benefit.   1  was induced to consult Drs. Kennedy &     .������������-- ,.-,.-..,...,  Kennedy, though I had lost all faitfi in    *rrCB T"eAT������ieNT  doctors.  Tjlke a drowning man I commenced the New Metiiod Treatment and it  saved my life.  The improvement was li!co magic���������I could feel tho vigor going through  the nerves.  I was cured mentally and physically.  I bavo sent them many patients  and continue to do so.  CURES GUARANTEED OR NO PAY   "We treat anJ euroVAWCOSE VEINS. NERVOUS DEBILITY, BLOOD AND  tJRINARY COMPiA!MTss JODNEY AMB BLA0SER DISEASES e~������ a!iD������������-������4s  tMcuUar to Men. ���������'���������;''���������������������������-'������������������  A CONSULTATION FREE. BOOKS FREE. If unnMe to<*& write for*Que������tioa  Blank for Home Treatment.  Cor; Michigan Ave. and Griswold St9 Detroit, Mich.  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to our Canadian. .Correspondence Depart-        ment in Windsor; Ont.   If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit"as we see and treat  ao patient* in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Addfes9 all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Ont.  .Write for oor privato address.  QEFORB TREATMENT  Stop off and take  Look at Sunny  a  lmA^*m l^fcM^I.B   *%mmm^mm������mtmmmm^tm^^^  In British Cotambias  !f You Want to see  the Ghoicist  i  ���������  wL  Greston, *B. C.  Has never had a orop failure.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  Has no damaging froats.  Minimum temperature 1011, 3 dogreeB  ; above zero.  X. ������������������������������������������������������������������������    '  Gi*ow9 apploB that nvo first prize win*  nors every year in competition with  the world.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������_'  Hob nn id*al and mild climate.  Has the most favored loontion, olose to  markots, amplo traniiportntion fnoll-  itloB, two railroads and a uavigftblo  rivor.  ���������������������������#������������������������������������  Distriot oompriBOB tho largest area of  genuine, proven fruit lanrtu in the  provinott. 00,000 acred in one blook.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������  I 2 8o  ^est Soil, Level/c4hundance of  Water, Good <J^pa<js, Suitable for  Colonizing or Subdividing  Has tlio finality and quantity of land to  oompoto favorably nuulnnt the com-  morotal orchardfl of tlio world.  ���������������������������������+������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  20 acres one half mile from toftpn, simtrimpro^ed; duelling.    160 acres one  % mile from ioYfrn, finest soil and situation in the Glorious Kootenays  Also other tracts improved ana unimproved High grade fruit tanas at lowest prices, all genuine propositions  Creston, B. C.  Ib eituafcod in tho Kootenay Valley  bntwot-n Kootenay Lake and the  United State* Boundary Line, 70  miles Southeast of Netaon, 70 mileu  Southwest of Oranbrook, and 100  miloB Northeast of Spoktno,  What Lord Jnatloe Grantham said: Fora  safe investment I prefer Crestou -to any  other place in British Colombia,  What Hon. Thos. Taylor said: Ores,  ton Distriot in the garden of British  Columbia.  What Andrew Oarnaglo said: Tho  wlsa man: invests his money in good  real estate.  What Jaeob  Astor did, mad* $60, ���������  000,000 In roal eatato in 30 yeara.  Gain health and wealth, and prove  yonr wisdom by buying frnit lands in a  ���������proven froit olimate, nnd where no  irrigation ls required.  IJWMTOIimiMWIIIlJII'.ll'IIUI'l^  Apply to tbe  0<wner  '���������i''i������������-s������^  mzraiwai  WUH  mmutumm  Creston  'British Columbia  WmmW&mi*ttmM������  jjawrfs--."' tiiiiWM ii. y 'i r ii a. - rii������aitt  HH  References f Canadian Bank of Commerce, Creston, B.C., and Sank of Mot, treat, Rossland, B.C.  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  * r  ���������.������������������' * ���������"��������� '-'u'' "^.^."^.^^-^  ^mm^ummmmmtmgltimiltltlllm  ^^^^^^  naamamsm  Mtnmmmmmlm  ,.;n  i at������di6^iWi������s*p^i������aii*^^  THE   CRESTON,    B. -G.V   REVIEW.  FEiiEi  23 YEARS  Constant Sufferer From Cfiron-  v    le Catarrh Rollevod by  Parana..  Mrs. J. H.  Bour land,  San Saba,  Texas, writes  "For 23 years  I was a constant sufferer  from chronic ,,,...,....,....  catarrh. i llllli  had a severe taisery  and burning  in the top  oi my head.  There was almost a eon-r  iinua! dropping of mucus   into    my  caused frequent expectoration. My  entire system gradually became involved,    and  SwC������QwoX     Mre' *.'"��������� *"*���������**  I had an incessaut cough and frequent  attacks of bilious colic, from which it  seemed I could not recover. My bowels also became affected, causing  alarming attacks of hemorrhages. I  tried many remedies, which gave only  temporary relief or no relief at all.  I at last* tried Peruna, and in three  days I was relieved of the bowel derangement. After using five bottle*?  I was entirely cured. I most cheerfully recommend the use of Peruna  to  any   one   similarly  afflicted.*'  Feathers   and   Bills   ,  Philadelphia Record:���������"Doesn't it  make you sad." exclaimed the member of the Audubon Society, "to see  women wearing on their hats the  feathers of the poor little birds?"  "It isn't the feathers that make me  sad," replied the married man.   ."It's I  the bills." j  HEIRESS WEDS  i^STftUCTCrt.  K.eh Glasgow Girl Eloped With Man  at Roller Rink.  The daughter of one of Glasgow's  wealthiest merchants recently eloped  vfith a skating rink instructor.  1 Some time ago she went on 'a visit  to a distinguished Ayrshire family,  and first met her lover at a skating  .rink at Ayr, where he was employed  as an instructor.  T'..e attraction was mutual, and during the remainder of her stay she was  a constant visitor at the rink. In duo  course she returned to her home in  the west end of Glasgow, and shortly  afterwards the young man secured a  situation as instructor at the Victoria  road rink, the first skating pavilion  opened in Glasgow.  At last they made up their mind ta  elope, anZ a few weeks ago, in Edinburgh, the couple, duly accompanied  by two witnesses, were- united in matrimony by a sheriff. On the following day they set off for London to  spend their- honeymoon. The father  followed, and after a stormy interview,  the young wife returned to Glasgow  with her father. The husband followed later, and the next chapter of the  romance has yet to be written.  Before becoming a skating instructor  the husband was employed in an insurance office. He is said to be a son  of the proprietor of an hotel in Paisley, and is cf the same age a3 tho  bride.  Besides being an heiress, the young  wife is understood to possess already  a small fortune, which rumor puts at  $40,000.  THE FRAME WITH ONE BEAM INSURES A STIIOM������ FOUNDATION  Up-to-Date  "There is a thoroughly up-to-date  love story."  "How's that?"  "They get married and live unhappily ever after."  RHEUMATISM CURED  TO STAY CURED  Distinguished Dunces.  The finer individual qualities aro  often late in revealing themselves.  Some mature slowly ahd are called  stupid.  George Eliot leerned to read with  difficulty. Thorwaldsen. *he sculptor,  spent three years in one class in the  village school; Burger, the poet of  Gorman ballads, required several  years to learn the Latin forms; and  Alfieri, the Italian poet, was dismissed  by his teachers, so backward  was ' we did for her she grew so bad that  Liniments  of  No Avail���������The Trouble  Must be Treated Through  The Blood  This article is intended as a talk to  the man or woman with rheumatism,  who wants to be cured. Not merely  relieved, not half cured, hut actually  cured. The .most a rheumatic sufferer can hope for in rubbing something on the. swollen aching joints is  a little relief. And all the* while tho  trouble is becoming more fitiiily seated.' Medical authorities now know  that rheumatism is rooted in tho  blood, and that while rubbing on liniments or hot fomentations may give  temporary relief, they cannot possibly  cure���������you must go to the root of the  {trouble in the blood. That is why  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills euro rheu-  j matism. They make new, rich blood,  j which expels the poisonous acid, and  the rheumatism disappears. There  are. thousands of former rheumatic  sufferers in Canada, now well and  strong, who thank Dr. Willianic' Pink  Pills that they aro now free from the  aches and pains and tortures of this  dreaded trouble. Mr. Joseph Ludding-  ton, New Harbor, N.S., says: "Some  three years ago my wife was stricken  with rheumatism, and suffered so  much that Ave despaired of her ever  getting well again. At first she was  able to go  about, but in spite of all  Size of Canada  The word Canada had come into the  conversation of two little girls who  live in Everett, Washington. One of  them was eleven years old, and the  other five.  "How large is Canada?" asked five  year old Bessie.  "Oh, it's ever so big," answered the  other. ���������' :��������� ���������  "As big as Bellingham?"  "Bellingham!" Eleven year old Mabel's voice was heavy with scorn.  "Why, Bessie, Canada is as big as all  Seattle."  Minard's    Liniment    Cures    Dandruff  Among other uncertainties is being  remembered in a will.  WHAT EVERY WOMAN  SHOULD KNOW  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS THE SURE  CURE   FOR  ALL ACHES  AND PAINS.  f&ra or Ohio csrr or Toixdo. ������'  ������������������      XCC13?CO*JSTT. f  5B-  Frajhc J. Cbxvey makes a������ih tfcU be IS aeslat  partner of the aaa of F. J. ckxnxt & CO- aota*  Business In the City of Toledo. County and State  aforesaid, and tbat said firm wilt par the tarn of  ONE HUNDRED DOLLASS for eaeis sad. eray  ease ot Catarhh tbat cjumot be cured toy the use of  HjUXTJ Catarrh CUBS.  FRASK J. CHEWEY.  Sworn to before me sod subscribed la mjr presence,  this ������h day ol December. A. D- rssfi.  } -iJV���������" V .    A. W. GLEASOX.  i ^S^t. i JfoTaar Prauc.  - Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and acts  directly upon the biood and mucoua surface* ot Um  ���������ystem.   Send for testimonials, free.  H F. J. CHENEY * CO.. Toledo, a  Sold by all Druggists. 75c.  Take Hall's Family Pllla tor constlpatloo.  . y A Slip .of the  Pen ;  The statement in "Wayside Philoso-  three of the population of England is  a pauperis of course a mere slip of  the pen. Possibly the writer meant  to say one in every thirty.  he.  The list of distinguish*^ dunces  roicht be indefinitely extended by  adding Newton. Byron. Ibsen. Walter  Pater.   Pierre  Curie  and  others.  Tolstoi. Goethe, and Dean Swift  w<"re refused their desrrees because  they failed in "their university examinations, and for the same reason  Ferdinand Brunetiere was denied admission to the Ecole Normale Super-  ieure.  At Cambridge, also. Sir William  Thomson, who became Lord Kelvin,  was not a Senior Wrangler, thouah  one of the examiners admitted that  "the successful competitor was not  fit to cut pencils for Thomson."  Perhaps a rolling stone gathers  no  moss because it isn't on the level.  Nurse-Your knees are all: scratched  again, Tommy. You must learn not  to pull the cat's tail. Tommy. Bobby  says I must learn to pull it quickly  and let go."  ItckingEasK  .   Mrs. M. a Maitumd, of Jaaoer,  Ont., tolls In the following lottorcf I  lier child'fl rvmorkablo ouro b/ tho  Cuticura KnmcdUw;  i J' J*Vl,?n "M I*5/ wu ^ut three nionthi  ���������old lib head biuko out witli s roan wliich  y/BMVoiy Itchy tuid ran a, wotory Uuld. We  !tr|.e������evoryttitii|r wo could butlw got worse  .at he came near dyfn������.   The ra_...  . itch m that be wovJ-Tacratch tUi  lood ran and a thia yellowfch etuff  be alt over hii pniow tn the mom-  _,.   I nrd to put mttfem on hto hand* to  prevent him tearlnc hU ikln. lie w������u el-  Sffl&e'teSJ1       ^ UU,B h*nd' WWC'  ������������������"H?.7%.,ftd $beSi ������fefe* Bwnthi when ,  SVJfcS Sut,cura toanciUea. , I hacl not  laid him down In lilj cradle in tlie day*  timo for o.)onu whUe. I wuhed film with  5.utJ?.u.1? 8o*P *n������������ Put on one application  of Cuticura OlntJnent and be wan ������o  KSjnod that he eould aleep. ^ou don't'  JSSjt o������������ box of Cutlcwa Ointment and  KSiMLiI?" p������V* c������lte of Cuticura Boap to  ^ J.ff'i *.k.thte.lc .our boy wouldhave  but for the Cuticura J&medlee and 1  -iaiwaya remain a flrm friend of them.  S=iiwf2.<2iw5 mo������*thfcn t������e������>ty yeara airo  SSrahie/^ ^eo no mura of l"*1'  t (WgnM) Mnn. M. C. MArrt^ww,  I Jaaper, Ont.  Wo wore eonvlnrln* proof of the effl-  ������acy and economy of Um Cutlcur* Htm-  ?%?.V2,iL<lb* P������m.' A������ ,n thu Inntance,  JL"H,������,"C������^? orCutlcura Hoap and hox of  SSS6^ Ointment aro often eufTlclMit,  IHoM thrrturhout Use *������.-orJii.   VoUri UruK  W* &H^,.^J!l������.70ll.(rfte Cuticura Uooldvt  aktn aad eca|p ^'r-aari  r  '* i m iry*^  V^ OINTMENT  Handsomest  Actor   on   the  Stage.  Although he modestly disclaims  any such distinction, it is nev������������rthe^  less a fact that-Mr. Bertram Wallis.  who is appearing with suoh success  in "Beau Brocade" at the Globe  Theatre. London, has more than an  average share of good looks. A big-  frarned. athletic looking man, stand-  ins 6 feet 3 inches, he created quite  a Mutter among the matinee maidens  when he appeared in the title role of  the "King of Cadonia" at the Prince  of Wales ^Theatre. '"! was overwhelmed." he once remarked to the  writer, "with requests from ladies for  my autocrraph, and handsomp presents���������photograph frames, silver ornaments, eisar-holders. and flower?���������  wer������ showerpd upon me. I am afraid  there are some people who think that  an actor is something superior to the*  ordinary man. As a matter of fnct,  anyone who knows how to use sticks  of grease paint can mako himself  handsome on the stage."  Kitchener's Hint.  How General Sir^H. Smith-Dorrien  obtained his appointment as commander at Aldershot is an interesting  story. When General French's term  was about to expire, the Selection  Board reviewed the names of several  generals'without being able to find  one quite suitable for the position.  Suddenly it was decided to cable Lord  Kitchener, inviting him to mention  any generals holding commands in  India who might be suitable for the  Aldershot command. Kitchener enbl-  ed back: "Only cot one���������Smith-  Dorrien���������-too good to lose." The hint  was taken, nnd Lord Kitchener Inst  the finest divisional general he ever  had under him.  Mr.  HaTduppe���������Bring your bill in  next month.  Bill Collector���������And then what?"  Mr. Harduppe���������I'll fyle it away very  ���������carefully.  Shilehb Cure  qnioltfy stops coughs, eures colds, heals  Ihs  throat and  lungs. ���������   -   ���������  25 centa.  "Wolf Moneth."  January, tho month with tho Latin  name, hnd n grimmer nnmo in Saxon  England. Richard Verstcgan in hia  "Restitution of Decayed Intelligence  In Antiquities," a curious book pub-'  lished in 1673, writes: "Tho month  which wo now call 'January' our  Saxon ancestors called 'wolf tnonat'  ���������to wit, 'wolf moiwsth'���������because poo-*  Elc are wont alwaya in that month to1  e in moro danger to be devoured of  wolves than in any season olso of tho  year, for that, through tho extremity1  of cold nnd snow, thoso ravenous'  creatures oould not find othcr_ beast*  sufficient  Chronicle.  to   feed    upon."���������London  OINTMENT  Browning's  Modesty.  Tho only son ol Robert Browning  and his illustrious wife wus a diligent'  art atudent whon ho grow to manhood.  He wns believed to novo a promising-  career, but onco when the father was  showing a friend aomo of his son's pictures ho oxprcssod ������ foar that ho  might suffer from the high hopo buili  upon him. ,.    ,  "Ho is placed at a dlsadvantago,"  ������ai<l Browning. Then ho explained!  furthor, jn a phraso aa modest as any  ov;r uttered by a groat man:  "Pooplo oxpoct much trom him,  you 8oi*, becauso ho has such, a clover  ruothor."  -   r~i���������r���������-~���������������������������-���������**���������  Tulips.  Tulips come from tho Levant. Thoy*  grow wild in, Kuror>ean Turkey. Lady  Holland guvo them to England In 1804.  *mmm *.mmmmmm*,m*"^mi***m*mt ������ii^-m ���������  Atlantic Liners.  It takaa 7.000 ton* of ooal to brltttf  ono of the modern liners across ih*  fttUntia Ocean,  we had to lift her in and out of bed  and finally the pain grew so excruciating that we could only move her  little by litt e, with the sheet under  her. Fhially we were induced to get  Dr. Williams" Pink Pills for her. I  do not remember just how many  boxes she took but I do know that  they were the first medicine that  reached the disease, and that she continued to improve until she was again  as well as ever, and could do her  household work. To us it is simply  marvellous what Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills did for her and we are glad to  give this testSmonial in the hope that  it will benefit some other poor sufferer."  Dr. William's Pink Pills are sold  by all medicine' dealers or will be  sent by mail at 50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50 by writing The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockviiie,  Ont. "       -  The astronomical observatories are  found by a British astronomer to have  increased from 60 officially recognized  in 1859 to 230 at the present time.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine  Tablets. Druggists refund money if it  fails to care. E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box.   25c.  You don't sharpen your appetite by  eating with a knife.  It Bids Pain Begone.���������When neuralgia  racks tho norvos or lumbago cripples the  back is tho timo to tost tho virtues of  Dr. Thomas'' Eclootric Oil. Woll rubbed  in it will still the. pain and produce a  Ronoatlon of ease and rest. Thero is  nothing like it as a liniment for its curative proportion aro great. A trial of it  will establish faith in it.  Some Have no  Husband  "Ethel cried  because  her husband  didn't like her now dresB.   I should  not do that.  "Why?   On    your    husband's    account?"  "No,   because  I haven't  any  new  dress."  fuberifosis  Plenty of fresh air,  sleeping out-doors and a  plain, nourishing diet ar������  all good and helpful, but  the most important of  all is  Scott's Emulsion  It is the standard treatment prescribed hy physician* all over the world  for this dread disease. It  is the ideal food-medicine to heal the lungs  and build up the wasting  body.  FOR ftALtt BV Alt. DMOOOIfft  ������*M M��������������� ������������������������*��������� ef ft*, ��������������������������� t*U U. %m  our bMullful lU.iuM* Umuk au4 OJilld'.  ������B������tek.Hn<>-(.    lUoli U������U MSUUa ��������� tUMl  l������ok **������������r.  ocott a sowrar.  IMW*IMmn Si., Weal. Teeea*������,Oafc>  ivirs. Vailiancourt adds her experience to the great mass of proof that  Dodd's Kidney Pills are woman's  best friend.  Lafond, Alberta (Special).���������That the  women of the West are finding in  Dodd's Kidney Pills a sure relief  from those aches and pains that only  women know is becoming more evident every day, and Mrs. Agnes Vail-  lancourt of this place gladly gives  her experience as an addition to the  mass of proof that is being piled up.  "For three years I suffered intensely with Kidney Disease," Mrs. Vailiancourt states. "I had pain everywhere. I only used six boxes of  Dodd's Kidney Pills and I am completely cured of all my aches and  pains.   I am in perfect health today."  Woman's health depends on her  Kidneys. If they are not in perfect  order the impurities are not strained  out of her blood and she cannot be  healthy. She feels it in every part  of her body and the results is that  she is weary and worn and full of  aches and pains. What ever^ woman  should know is that there is sure relief and perfect health for her if she  uses Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Railroad passes ain't the power  they used to be in "politics, and some  of us that is active workers feels like  we had been kind of ham strung.  Minard's  Liniment relieves  Neuralgia  A Philadelphia woman buried the.  wrong husband, but you really could  not blame her. His head was cut off  in a railroad accident. Later the real  chap came along, head arid all. She  was���������well, surprised. Must have been  simply awful.���������Seattle Star.    .  Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup is an  unparalleled remedy for colds, coughs,  influenza and diseases of the throat and  lungs. The fame of the medicine rests  upon years of successful use in eradicating these affections, and in protecting  mankind from tbe fatal ravages of consumption, and as a neglected cold leads  to consumption, one cannot be too careful to fight it in its early stages. Bickle's  Syrup is the weapon, use it.  The largest rug in the world is said  to be in a Masonic lodge in Manhattan/  Sore. Throat is no trifling ailment.  It ���������will; sometimes carry infection to  the enire system through the food  you eat. Hamlin's Wizard Oil cures  Sore Throat.  Wright���������"And did the editor buy  your last poem?" Penman ��������� "Well,  he said he would if I'd promise it was  my last."  Minard's. Liniment for sale  everywhere  "You asked me if 1 would have tea  or coffee," ventured the new boarder,  "and I said I didn't care."  "Well?" snapped the landlady.  "Would you mind informing me  which this is?"���������LouibvUlo Oourier-  ���������Tournal.  Corns cause muoh suffering but Hoi-  loway's Corn Ouro offers a speedy sure,  and satisfactory relief.  He Got Shot  Tho Rmart mnn burst into tho room.  "Heard tbo news nbout Dickenson  getting shotP" ho roared, red with ox-  citement.  Club memborfl dropped thoir papers  nnd sprang suddenly to lifo.  "No!" they criod.   "WhonP"  "'Bout hnlf-an-hour  ngo!"  gasped tho, Smart Man.   I was thoro and  saw it!"  "Whoro did ho get shot!"  "Whoro did ho got nhotP" broke in  another.  "Down at tho ironmonger's!"  chuckled tho Smart Man, slipping into tho best chair. "Ho bought two  pounds of it!"  Fonrrul Cost of War  Thono who nro pronohing in bohnlf  of tho world's peaco should realizo tho  tremendous cost of war. No moro  offoctivo sormon against JncroRod armaments oould ho prepared thnn is  contained in tho simple statement thnt  Hinoo tho civil war ended, in 1866, thb  United Stntea has p/iid, for pensions  and tho ponslon system, tho stupendous total of $4,004,800.20. Thia, although nearly forty years ago Prooi-  dont Garflold said: "Wo may reasonably oxpoot that tho expenditure  for pensions will hereafter stoadily  tlocroaso."���������Loslio's,  "Lot us nofc waste our timo," yollod  tho tomporanao lnotnrnr. "Lot us not  wiiHtn our timo in rlonlinrj with wrtnU  saloons and boorshops. Lot ns go to  tho browery, my friends, tho fountain-  head." "All right, boss, chimed in  an oldVftoakor from a baok soat, "I'm  with you."  THE BLARNEY STONE.  Corkonians Seem to Have a Good Rea-  . ...nan      ET>.������.     &S j.6.      l&ir.r.2~.���������       Ia  ovii   v vi     itv.    r%l59������i,g    11..    -  The best known trip from Cork is  the one to the blarney stone, which  yoa wili find at the very tOp of the  120 foot castle nine miles out from  Cork. A fine old castle it is, too,  once a stronghold of the McCarthys.  Th ������������������ country all about it ig beautiful,  notably on the way out, around the  pretty St. Anne Shandon Church,  where for a sixpence or a shilling to  the sexton you can hear again  The  bells of Shandon that sound  so  grand on  The pleasant waters of the river Lee.  Now, to kiss the blarney stone you  should be of a thin, wiry build. Stout  peopie nnd souiG difficulty because of  the bending required, which is why  one well known pastor admitted to  his congregation that the best he could  do was to put the handle of his umbrella to the stone and then kiss the  umbrella. You should first remove  your coat and jacket and anything'  .th:.t is likely to fall from your pockets when you are held upside down  (women seldom attempt the feat), because if you do not they will drop  down to the moat below. And be careful of your movements, for they will  show you even now the tree that broke  the fall (and the head) of th^ last man  who slipped. If you should fall, of  course  n  means death.  Two fellow tourists will grab you  by your ankles; then you will sit  bac.������ like a woman washing a third  story window on the outside and' bend  down, clutching two parallel iron bars  set in the granite, until your head  is hanging as low as it can hang. Your  head by then should be in the em-  urasure the top sione of which is the  blarney stone. You will forget, if you  can, what will happen to you if you  slip, while you apply your lips to  the top stone. Then, you sing out  and your tourist friends will pull you  back by your ankles.  From then on you are qualified to  nan., out the blarney, for into your  speech in future will con*e a beguiling quality that was not there before.  But do the Corkonians kiss the  blarney stone? I put the question  to one man there. A twinkle came  int) his eyes. y  "Sure," said he, "what is the good  at all to be kissing an owld gray stone  when Cork is full of pretty girls waiting to be kissed?"  Something in that, too, we  thought as we hurried for the train  that was to take us to Killarney.  Coronation  Memoirs.  Perhaps the most calamitous of all  coronation days in England was that  of William the Conqueror.  After the coronation oath, whereby  ths xse^v. monsrCi, promsseo to protect the Church and to execute judgment and mercy, the archbishop put  the usual question:  "Will y������,u have this Prince to be  your King?"  A clamorous shout of assent from  the assembled/English so startled the  Norman soldiers outside that they  immediately set out burning and  plundering, believing the English  had revolted.  Charles Stuart had a most unfortunate day. The royal barge stuck  in the mud of the Thames; the sermon sounded like a funeral oration;  an earthquake shock was felt during  the ceremony; and, finally, the herald  pronounced him the "dubitable-heir,  instead ot the "indubitable" heir.  When George III. was installed On  the. throne, the master of ceremonies  forgot the Sword of State, and the  chair and canopy for the. banquet......  And as he moved down the Abbey  with the great circlet on his head,  the large diamond dropped out.  Have You Noticed It?  "Take a couple of coins out of your  pocket," remarked the wise man,  "one with King Edward's head and  the other with Queen Victoria's."  "Right!" said the friend.  "Notico anything peculiar?", asked  the wise man.  "Can't say I do," said the friend.  "Well, look again, and you will see  that, while Queen Victoria is repro.  sonted fncing to the left. King Edward faces to the right.  "Now," ho went on, "procure one  of tho George V. coins just issuer!  from tho British Mint, 'nd you will  see thnt our present King is shown  facing tov tho left."  "What's the explanation?" de.  manded tho friend.  "Oh, it's just tho custom to mnki*  tho hoad of the now monarch fnco in  tho opposite direction to tlint of his  predecessor, on tho coinage."  Jews Keep the Best.  Tho "best" fried-Ash shops in Lon-  don are kept by Jews. Those nhopo  ohargo higher rates thnn the other-*,  twonenco and throc-ponco being th������>  usual price. In others, the humblo  halfpenny will purohaso n slice of  flsh. Many places use grenne but tho  Jews uso oil to fry vhe flsh. Their  shops aro also said to bo cleaner than  tho others.  Tho ovoning is tho harvest timo of  tho fried.uHh shop. Aftor six o'clock,  whon tho tired and hungry workers  aro roturning homo, tho scats in these  places will all Im occupied, nnd the  rcBt of tho shop filled with customers  standing up devouring the luscious  delicncy. The eol shops aro particularly well patronized.  Pointed   Paragraphs  Long days shorten the light bills.  Some people tell unnecessary lies  merely to keep in practice.  Better economize before your conditions compel you to.   '  Many a man has made a bad job  of it as posing as a good fellow. A  Blessed are the spellbinders, ior  they shall inherit the offices.  It is easier to scatter sunshine than  it is to settle with the coal man.  CURED HIS BLADDER TROUBLE.  Shocked His Pride.  Of his Cambridge dnya a dignitary  of tho Church of England toils this  ���������tory. Ho always woro a whito tie.  and when he got his fellowship, fun  of prido, ho wont to anil upon tho  master of his collego. Ho rang tho  bell, Dm door w&s opouud, mid ho  was about to present his card whon  tho footman, who had run his ey������  ovor him, said: "You'ro too late,  young man.   I got tho placo yestor������  Mr. Herbert Bauer, of Davisville,  says he owes Gin Pills a debt of gratitude which he can never repay; He  suffered for years.with Bladder Trouble, and could hot pass urine-except  by much straining, which caused  great pain; :   - y  Mr. Bauer sent for a free sample of  Gin Pills. The first dose did him so  much good that he ordered six boxes  and began to take them regularly.  A month's treatment completely cured  him. -  You can try Gin Pills before you  buy them. Write National Drug- &  Chemical Co. (Dept. N.U.), Toronto,  for free sample. At all dealers 50o  a box, 6 for $2.50.  Every man is a comer until he  reaches a certain age���������then he's a  goer.  qnickly stops coughs, cores colds, beats  tbe  throat and  Iuees. -   -   ���������   26 contau  Little Fred���������"Mother, ain't father  got a queer idea of what heaven is  like?" Mother���������"I don't know dear.  I never heard him say anything about  it." Little Fred���������"Well, I did. He  told the grocery man that the week  you spent in the country was like  heaven to him."  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILI/.  Maa. Winslow'0 Soothing SYKor has beem  *sed for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of  KOTHERS for . their CHILDREN ��������� WHILE  TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS  ALLAYS all PAIN CURES WIND COLIC. atw������  ie the. best remedy for DIARRHCEA. It la ������o-  solutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mxji  WinsloWs Soothing Syrup," and take no otbca  Und.   Tweuty-five cents a bottle ���������*  Cheerfulness  pays and cheerfulness replaces  grouch when stomach, liver������  Sidneys and bowels are helped  iiaturally to do their duty by  SaM Everywhere  la bona >*������.  Practical Model Steam  Engine given  free for soiling post cards.  Theabova'out *howa our nswop-  W������ht ennlne. Height G inoUM*  Rnno 4 Inches.. It ha* Bhied Steel  |ipllorj������lth-Iron.. Fire iJBojr and  Mntal Bniu*, handxomely flninhed In  colon". Every engine l������ thorouohjr  t������wt������<* befo������*'ppeWac a*)*} !������ rally  puomntftdd.". we aWe It tree for ���������  fow hour* ������Ark'iie)llnK our pom-  cnwlj, " Wrttft '��������� xw today -for C.0J  worth of our boautlful Lltho-Art  roptoardw to foil at 8 for- So.   .Boll  thom nnd roturn money and wa  will aand en������luo to you all onaraaa  paid.  Western Premium Co.,  Dept. 100. WINNIPKG. MAW.  Here's a Home Dye  That  ANYONE  Oan Uso.  HOME DVCINQ haa  alwaya bean mure or  leai of a difficult under*  taking- Not ao whan  you uaa  Sand for.&ampla  Card and Story  DooklM.M   TH* JOHNSON.  RICHARDSON  CO.. Umllail,  Mon������r������������l. C������n.  JUST THINK Of ITI  With DY������9������LA vou can color either Wool*  Cotton, Silk or Mlasd Goods Perfectly with  tha SACWi Dya. , No chance of uilntf the  WRONO Oye for the Goods you have to color.  m*m***iii**m*ii*******ii*****'**^^  "FARMERS"  Bhould always two  OLSON TOOL STEEL ADJUSTABLE  PLOW POINTS  ������  (patontod)  BECAUSE���������Thoy anvo tho timo nnd  oxponao of welding; you can adjust  thoso poirttfl right in tho field in less  than ono minute; Thoy ato mado from  tho h(������Rt Tool Stool which insure** dur-  ftblityj Thoy will .outwoar four or������  dinivry plow pointfl. Thoy can bo re  Bhnrnonod and replaced without ro-  moving any bolts or tho sharo; Thoy  will causo your plow to run smooth.  Do you realize what ouch pointfl  moan to you in tho saving of timo.  labor and oxnonHO? Mndo ih nil sizes  to fit every Hind and mako of plows.  For furthor information, prioes, oto,,  nddroHH:  Olson Tool Stool Plow Point Co.,  Wlndter, Ont.  , i  1 ��������� i  W. H U., No. BM. yx y:x.xy.  Xxxx^-y  A-^yyy:  THE    CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW.  j> S#r ��������� ��������� ���������  eft  1  XVII. ��������� Stimulants and  # Drugs In the Home  By EUGENE L. FiSK. M. D.  Copyright. 1910. by American Free*  *���������   .     .       Association.  ii ������n������.������..������i.������.i������ iB..������..a..c..������.i������.������.. i������.ian������ .���������������������. ������i.c������p-i  j^. S  far  back  as  tbe   memory   of  M"Ik     umn runnetb. not to the con-  AjH^  .trary.., alcoholic   drinks   have  *been termed "stimulants." and  'yet .alcohol Is not a stimulant, but a  depressant.''  Exact laboratory ��������� experiments have  determincid' that's alcohol acta; asv an  anaesthetic upon tho higher brain cells  tnat; preside over the more complex  mental -pr6cei^'8i;; In other wOrds; the  mail who "wakes up" under the influence of .^lcpnql<4s really going to sleep,  soy^ar'as^'the^ more useful part of the  brain Is concerned, -and.-thus the lower  and���������--. simpler merilaj processes come  more Into; evidenced Analyze the conversation: at some convivial, banquet  and note *how'trivial- and inane it appears in the clear light or day���������puerile  when compared with some splendid intellectual debnte.pr discossion bringinig  Into play the bigher faculties.;;-But  these higher faculties are sometimes  everworked and unduly active, deny-  fing proper exercise to the simple brain  AZiOOBOXi IS NOT A FOOD, BUT A POISOW;  NOT A STIMULANT, BUT AN ANABSTBKTIO.  fT IMPA1US MKNTAJ. AND MOSCOIjAlt KP-  eioiENCT ;|i3c; shobtens life.  V y V  elements that control the emotions, the  play instinct, the tendency to tnix with  one's kind in relaxing good fellowship.  Something"might be said for alcohol'  as an agent for suppressing that part  of the brain which is overworked in  ths daily struggle,*:for, existence- and  thereby, affording: opporhinity^for the  nervous balance to be restored by exer-  ciseVof jtne siroplerAfaOultiea.;  ThatAsdme' innueuceVis necessary to  , preservey proper nervous and y mental  poise is evidenced by the example of  "philosophers and scientists who have  become mentally "lopsided." as it were,  ,,by overuse of one portion of the brain  or disuse of tbe other portion, bar*  win's Ipsa of the aesthetic faculties and  the power of appreciation of music and  .poetry is a familiar instance. His  weird taste in literature, which enabled  him to enjoy the lightest and trashiest  novels,* was merely the call of bis aim-  pier brain elements, neglected and suppressed by tbe constant exercise of the  higher reasoning powers. But is it necessary to employ a poisonous drug for  such purpose?   It would appear not.  ~ Is Alcohol a Fodo*7  Atwoter showed that alcohol in  small quantities waa utilized by the  body as a food, tt has long been'  knowhAHnat -alcohol Is burned In the  bodyv,whn, tbe production of energy,  but poisonous mushrooms also furnish  nourishment Likewise, as Atwater  states, tinman flesh is digestible and  nourishing. \but that is no reason for  .using it ns a fopd.  i Experience of Life .Insurance.  i Lift* .Insurance companies are quite  particular' to exclude not only heavy  drinkers, but thoso whose habits show,  a tro'nqA.in this direction.They are taking nbohnnces. with alcohol.' and they  do not ' want to ins-jre 'people ��������� who  ���������7eed^n?it ';:*hi������';,'W'������'buiilne8������'::mat������'  tor with n life Insurance company, and  the moral punse is not considered,  which means thut its notion is based  upon the fucts dbveiopod by expert-  once.  ...Tho most comprehensive oxporlonco  that hns, been published Is thut of tho  tjnltf4'Kingdom Tompernnco<nnd General- .^wjvldfent institution.' \ In .that  company tbo total abstainers were separated from* tlio temporato drinkers in  tho mortality experience, with tho ro-  suit that n dlffdru'nco of 82 por cent  wns shown in fnvor of the abstainers,  Alcohol in no longer used in medicine  a* a direct heart stimulant. It Is of  some value ns n rapidly available torn*  pornry food in the crises of severe ill*  noflB, 'fever, otc, when it supplies energy to carry on tho body work, but even  horo it must be used with caution bo*  cause of Its toxic effect on tlio heart  muscle nnd tho fact thnt tt lowors^tho  reslRtnnt-e of tbe body to tbo poisons of  disease.  Excluding the moral phase of tbis  question,.therefore, medlcnt judgment,  considering solely the scion tl He *>v|.  deneo,, nvnllnble, must pronounce  against tho daily nso of nleobol.  Whether the occnslonnl use of nlco.  nbl as ii relaxing bevemgo or anaesthetic for overnt'tlvo brain eonters la  permissible ene'i mnn mnsl deride for  iiiniM������������if It Is right, however, thnt the  crave rinks of even occnslonnl Indul-  tifiH'H * iirtould be known nnd remem-  bored.    Curtulnly  no  man of fotblt  ���������Brfii power o? nesrvtSc family History  can afford to take the chances.  ������������������" Narootice.  Opium, cocaine, chloral., bromides,  all are employed either to relieve bodily pain or stifle the overinsistent and  worrying brain. But, as in the case of  alcohol, the relief brought by tbese  drugs is usuailly paid for at a high  rate of interest, lii fact, the troubles  which are temporarily forced into the  background by such indulgence seem  to grow in direct proportion to the  degree of Indulgence and simply awaii  the reckoning day, when the long evaded life burden must be taken up with  its added weight or life's journey, for  ever terminated.  These   remarks   do   not   apply,   of  course, to the intelligent  and proper  administration of such Remedies hy n  physician.    It Is part ef a physician's  duty to relieve pain, both uientaf and  physical, but it too often happens that  a   narcotic   properly   administered   in  one instauce Is carelessly again taken,  without medical advice, and tlie foun  dation of a lifelong habit is laid   V  Headache Remedies.  A great deal of harm is done by.'''the  self administration of, headache remedies, mostly of tbe^ coal tar ;; class  These remedies have their place.Vbui  should ..be used under a physician's  guidance. Many headaches can he re  lleved by simple remedies. Bathing  the forehead with a little bay rum or  rubbing witb a menthol pencil, simple  rest or a dose of salts will often, prove  ��������� sufficient Tbe constant use of V head  ache remedies; is more than likely to  iprbve irritating to the kidneys, aside  ;from tbe depressing action on .the  heart Aromatic ammonia, strychnine  or some other beast stimulant should  always: be within the*'reach of those  who are so ill*udvlsed-<is to use head  ache powders more or less regularly.  The causes of headaches are so nu  merous as to cover almost the entire  range of diseased conditions. So call  ed "biliousness" is one of the common  causes. , This is nothing... other than  poisoning from the retained" ' products  of indigestion. Bile may have little  or nothing tovd'o with it.'but calomel  or some other brisk , evacuam will  clear the systipna of> the poison and re  Tieve the symptoms.  Eye strain is also a very frequent  cause of headache. The-folly of swal  lowing drugs tb relieve such trouble  is evident It is comparable to knock  Ing a man Insensible in order to relieve  his pain. Properly fitted glasses wili  usually relieve eye strain. But In  some cases eye strata is due to overuse  or improper use of the eyes. Such  cases are readily relieved by rest and  attention to proper illumination or position while reading.  Abuse of Cathartics.  As a rule, cathartics should only be  used as. emergency remedies in acuie  conditions, as colds,  biliousness, indi  gestion.- etc.    A .'lenueaey ��������� lo costive:  ness can usually be overcome by nut  't"B*������S*'t      'itAyft^iflg " * "V^?*\T^i^gg^"p-Brg"      fretrt        l^������-i.������Sfi\lu    '  *m ������*���������   ��������� ������ ������7*AB*7xaa������..������9������      .. ������^* uigif^AU-rV    (-UC .  uv# ** x"a������-r  is very much like drugging Vthe nerv  ous system���������the  drug, becomes  master, but the time comes when the slave  will not obey the master, and a coudl  tion  of  semi-paralysis  of the  bowel,  function exists.  In treating constipation it should be  remembered, that the Intestine is a  long muscular tube. This muscle is  what is known as an: ������������������Involuntary"  muscle, not under tbe control of the  will, but acting reflesly. Certain cen  ters in the spinal cord preside over the  bowel function and respond to certain  stimuli One of/ these stimuli is- the  presence of a certain volume of waste  matter in the bowel. Another.is the  tendency to rhythmical action of; the  spinal center. In other words, spinal  centers form habits. Just theABnmeVas  brain centers, and if accustomed to  net nt n particular time each day will  contrive to do so if permitted.  The value of a,fairly general mixed  diet Is.evident when' the structure and;  function of the bowel are,considered,;  Concentrated, predigested food would]  soon abolish the bowel function. Some  people eat too little liwnstet "matter.  Thoir food is mostly ment and potii-j  toes.���������������������������:���������.A generous allowance of fruit  and green vegetables, especially spinach, and the free use of water between menls will act liko magic In such  cases. The use of drugs is irrational  ahd positively harmful. i '  Tea, Coffee and Tobacoo.  The use of tea., coffee and tobnpco In  modern tion enhnot be regarded as  bnrmful, but even tho term,"modern-,  tion" Is here used in a positive sense.  No doubt much dyspepsia and nervous  dornngement nro duo to the abuse of  these frngrnnt nnd cheering Biib-  Htnncon. Whnt constitutes nbnse cun<  ouly boy.dotermlned by,, experiment in  onchiihdlvldunl enso. For the average;  ninn oiit������ cup of coffee nt breakfast nnd  n demlthnso in the ovcnlng should bo  sutllclenr. Two cups of coffee or ton  con tn In ������ pretty generous doso of thej  drug cnffolne hnd amount to drugging  tht������ hei^voun system.  Tohsceo should nlso Im������ used nceord-'  Ing to vKwonnI susceptibility. A cigar  nfter ienvli menl will not, na n rulo. in-'  jure tho average man, although some  nre better off without tobneco or with  nn nllownnce of one cigar nfter dinner.  Constant smoking or chewing in positively Injurious, no matter how robust  or conceited tho mnn tany bo who im  dulgon In It.  Summary.  Alcohol In not n food, bnt a poison;  not a stimulant, but nn anncsthotic. It  linpnirs mentnl nnd musctilnr elllclc������n-  cy If shortens life, evon If used In so  cnlliHl moderation.  Narcotics mask pviln nnd trouble, but  do not remove the causo. Tbey destroy  the will power moro effectively thnn  nln-rml. hut do not cause tho samo thv  Ntie degenerntlon.  Alcohol nnd narcotics should not be  iixod in the home, except on a physician's orders,       ._ ,..  gcueBniie   mtill   BULL  Ho Is a Liberal Qiver to Those Who  Arey Jn Need:y  On the appeal ofthe vMayor oi Bolton, England, for funds in the recent  Pretoria Mine disaster no less than  $3^0,000  was  subscribed -in  a  wee'k 1 j  That alone isV enough toy show " that ���������  John Bull is a generous soul. j  The first time that he publicly help. |  ed the miners was in 1878, when nearly; $150,000 was Taised on behalf of  the sufferers from a mine explosion  in Wales. Since then every colliery  disaster has found, the British public  eager to aid the widows and children/  left behind.  The Britsher is as generous to hie  fellow-beings abroad as he ie to thos������  at home; 'When the Seine rose and  caused such widespread damage a  ye"ar ago the British public, through  the medium of a Mansion House fund,  sent over nearly $360,000 for the help  of their continental neighbors. v  Strange to say, the firBt Mansion  Houso fund was, ina,ugurated to relieve Paris. This Awas for the relief  of the sufferers in the siege by th������  Germans in 1871. Over $600,000 was  collected and sent to Paris, partly in  money and partly in clothing, food,  and other necessaries., The Parisians  did not want money so much as food,  ..for money was fairly plentiful, and  John. Bull responded to the appeale  of the starving by sending oyer sixty-  eight tons a day or two after the  siege was raised. Since that first fund  the Mansion House alone has received  nearly $30,000,000 out of the pockets of  the generous Anglo-Saxon.        A  When the terrible earthquake at  Messina startled the world: with its  dramatic, suddenness and its consequent misery Great Britain was the  ���������'iorejgn country that contributed most  tor'the relief ofv.the-refugees.; Over  $600,000 was rapidly collected and  ~.despatched, to Italy; Germany coming  ���������next with $400,000, A and: France with  $300,000. Newspapers all over the  country opened their columns for the  receipt ;oi money from their readers,  and the appeal thus made.was,not iu  vain."'' -..., ���������,!,.: ,y,...-xy s-yx.y  In 1878 the Mansion "House opened  a fund for the great Indian famine.  In"response to the appeal of theALoild  Mayor, the huge sum of $3,|450,00p was  extracted from the, pockets of the;nation. In 1897 another fund was organized to aid the Hindus, over half  , a million pounds being sent td!-India.  Altogether England has sent $10,000,-  000 in one way and another ^d relieve our1'fellow-subjects in India,  Such figures are a splendid tribute to  the generosity of the British public.  During the Boer War, however^ Bri;  tain really rcrs to the occasion and  showed what she was capable' of in  emergencies. The Mansion House left  all its glorious records far behind  when it raised over $5,600,000 for the  Transvaal "War fund. In additionto  this $850,000 was given to the fund for  the Transvaal refugees and $585,000  for the C.I.V.'s. That was the Mansion House alone, and when it is recalled that there were three other  funds of a similar kind in existence  at that time one is astonished at the  ��������� capacity of John Bull's pockets. Altogether nearly $20,000,000 was y subscribed. during" the days of-the 'war.  Britain paid generously for the magnificent help that her soldiers and. sailors gave her.  VThe greatest individual sum ever  given to a: fund, apart; from thev permanent charitable organizations, was  the $125,000 given by Sir Thbmas'Lip-  ton to the Poorest of the. Poor VLondou  Jubilee Dinner Fund in 1897.  Birds  For the Table.  Game Warden A. Bryan Williams,  British Columbia, has become, an ornithologist, specializing in prairie  chicken, pheasants and partridge. It  seems,.that these table birds have been  falling" behind the salmon. B. C. men  .canAboth shoot and fish. Warden Williams recently distributed a flock of  1,500 pheasants throughout the' lower  mainland    and   Vancouver;    Island.  1 These birds have helped remarkably  in replenishing the sioek. The experiment has been repeated, in the case  ol prairie chicken. The B. 0. bird  which trips in the Okanogan Valley,  has been.mingled with some of its relatives from Saskatchewan. They  haveygot along beautifully  together.  Legislators'Perquisites In Spain.  '���������"'' Spanish: deputies, some cf whom are  ^ agitating for a salary, already enjoy  certain privileges. They are entitled  to frank their letters and to travel on  all. the railways in 'Spain. ;free of  1 charge. , Unlike the French deputies,  howOver, they have to pay for refreshment's consumed in; tho chamber,  the only item, supplied igrntuitously  being sugar. Of this there is an unlimited supply, and lady visitors to  the chamber .are always presented  with a packet of this delicacy, which  servos: to sweeten tho debates.���������-London Chronicle.  Hair Seals ar>,d Fur Seals.  Tho fur seal Ji^B'^n. .sharper noeo  than tho hair,. bVyhftTbor seal, and  both its swimming 'flippers and itB  tail flippew^ ra^b; X proportionately to  its body; ^Uph longer.,thnn those of  thoj, hnrhq^ . eenl. The 'harbor seal,  whon it, rOBts on sloops, climbB but on  thb rooks;' or, in winter, orin enko of  ioo. \ Tlio fur Boal, n far wider travel-  er, sloepft moro on tho wntor, oind whon  1 it.sleoph it folds tho long tail, flippers  Up '.''on. tho body between its sidi flip*  S������)orBji prosontihg' thUB a* curibUB np-  poaranco, quite unlllco : tho harbor  -soal.  "V '   , ;���������,  Bsing Merely Human.  ������������������" "Mamma, nnsn't papa mado enough  monoy to bo ablo to retire from bual������  ncBBr* .  "Yob, <lear, that's   why ho doesn't  retiro/'  i,v    . ���������.      '"  Useful   Nevertheleae,  "You don't mako vory good musio  with thnt instrument," anid a stroot  playor  to  tho man  behind  tho big  drum in a military band,  "No," ndmlttod tho drummor, "but  I drown a hoap of bad!"  A Qrsftt Wheel.  An immense fly-wheel is trthift oon-  structod at Llunolly, South Walca.  It will weigh no lens thnn 1W tons,  and in to be oast in five aegmenis,  whilo iho dioinottii^wiy bo 35 Iq*U  m-:  ror  ^������������g     9^:-������V  American   Boy  Scout  Sand Leading-Parads.  Remsnssconcos of the Canadian Hymn  Writer.  Within walking distance of the town  of Clinton, Ont., on tho road leading  to Goderich, in the home purchased  by his father before the former town  existed,  lives   a  pioneer  of   seventy- j  four years who knew Joiseph Scriven,  the hymn-writer, says E .M. Lindsay  in  The Globe.    Although always  industrious and persevering in business,  my friend the pioneer took, and still  takes,   ample time  for   reading. both  of   the   profitable   and   pleasureabie  kind.     I remember once, after he had  been reading the "Master Christian,"  by  Marie  Corelli,  his   remarking   to  me  that -I ought to  read  it.    After;  Slaving done so, I asked him if he had  ever known anyone as good as "Cardinal    Bonpere,"     whose     character  seemed to me to have been  a little  overdrawn  by  the  distinguished  author.   "Yes," he said; "his name was  Joseph. Scriven.   He lived just across  the road from us, and 'bached* with  another man.    I have worked whole  days with him, exchanging work, and  he  had  been   in  my  father's  house  moreVthan once.   It was the time that  the Grand Trunk Railway was being  built  -through   to   Goderich,   and   he  would go  on  Sundays  andy read the  Bible and speak lovingly and kindly  to.;.the  men ;working   there, .getting  small thanks for ihis pains.    He was  an Irishman of good family and education;  being * a graduate  of Trinity  College,    Dublin.    He    oared    little,.-  however, ior this world's goods, and  was always ready and pleased to help  others.  Vin e-PPearance he was, a big man,  of pleasant, countenance, and belonged; to  the  religious  sect  called  Plymouth   Brethren.    He   lived   across  there only a year or two, beloved by  the few who knew him fOT his genuine piety:   He was the author of that  hymn  beloved  by  all  Christians entitled  'What  a -Friend We. Have  in  Jesus'."  The  hymn   referred   to   was  set  to  music by  Charles  Crozart  Converse,  LL.D.,  who    was    born    in  Warren,  Mass;, in 1832. /  A lady  still   living   near   the   old  Scriven home says:  "Yes,  often   I  have  heard  mother  speak of dear Miv, Scriven.   She says  that   she  has   never   known   another  person who was as consistent a Chris^  tian.    He would keep only  what he  barely needed; for necessities, though  pressed   to   take  more.     He   desired  not ihonor or any other worldly thing,  but, only wished to be free to serve  his   Master   with   a  pure conscience  ������     _... ... in a humble wiay.    My parents first  An Oddity In Numbers. knew him at Brantford,. shortly after  Ask some one to write in order the   they came to this country.   He taught.  numbers 1 to 9, leaving out 8.    Then   night school for^,a  while therey and  ask bim which of the figures he has | was  at one   time tutor; to   a gentle^  written he considers least well formed,   man's son.   He used to write letters  Whichever one be decides Is the worst  multiply by S: and use ths; result as' a  multiple for the line of V figures.    The  Aanswer .will be expressed all. InV the  one figure chosen aspobrest.   For example, suppose 3 is considered as imperfectly formed.   : Wo will multiply  the line by:..;'27,.'Tvhich, ia 9 times %  thus: -v ,; yXyy.'  ���������  -.������������������msm-'X'-'-" '  ���������'���������;���������������������������-&���������"���������"������������������-  1  Tree Preservation  By JOHN DAVEY.  Father of Tree Surgery.  When the. American Boy. Scouts ol  Brooklyn paraded a short. time ago  they were headed by a military band  composed' of boy members. They turned oue 5.000 strong. Over the entire  length of the three mile march hundreds of thousands of people cheered  and waved Sags and otherwise encouraged the lads, and as the bands broko  forth In martial strains the lads swung  along like so many veterans. Those  who witnessed theparade were amazed  with the soldierly appearance and the  precision with which;: the boys pes*-  formed their evpiutionsi,       ,  There were many features in the  parade; showing the scout from the  recruit stage to the,finished product.  There were Red Cross patrols, the members of ���������wbiclr are being trained in  first aid "work; the bicycle patrol, composed of dispatch ..hearers; the giri  auxiliaries, who act ae nurses, and the  signal: corps, ��������� composed of boys who  have learned to use the semaphore and  to "wigwag" as -well as 'those who are  studying wireless telegraphy.;  Wit h the exception of a few recruits,  all the boys wore the olive drab uniform. Some of tbein carried blankets  and other camp paraphernalia, and  one company was armed, with rifles.  VI���������The Trees and the Song '  Birds.  [Copyright, 1910. by American Press Association.]  -S 1 speed over the country in my  lecture work on "The Salvation,  of Our Trees" there are many  things to inspire and cbeer the beart,  especially that of seeing what attempts people make to grow trees,  shrubs ahd flowers. I sometimes feel  tbat 1 should like to get off the train  and show people just bow. To mo  every thing seems so simple. There ia  no luck, no chance; it is all cause and  effect. Learn just what to do and  do iu and oid Mother Nature is there  ready to do all the rest, and, say, doea  she not do finely? ,  ". The one discouraging thing is, as la  often the case, to meet some stupid,  bigoted, conceited old ass who thinks  be knows all and can't even raise a  good crop of weeds. In the decade  that is about to close. there la truly  something inspiring. In tbat short  time,7 since my old "Tree Doctor" raised the cry for "our wounded friends  the trees" and the Cleveland newspapers re-echoed the call to the nation*  practically all the newspapers have  leni��������� their aid. and the. great magazines have done noble work, and ths  education is thorough, but so slow.  As yet there is not 5 per cent of tho  adults that are awake to the reaL deplorable condition of the trees. Tho  deterioration of the trees is faster than  the education as to how to take caro  of them; hence my only hope now Ilea  with; tbe child. \^  ' Illustration  No.  11  shows Mr.  and  Mrs. William Lodge of Silver Lake. O.  86*19753  24fi913SS  ,\  You can then say to the victim, "M  you keep on practicing that way ybu  will soon improve on"3's."  . Game of Elements.  To play this game seat yourselves in  a circle, take a clean duster or handkerchief .and tie ity in a big knot, so  thnt It may easily be;.thrown from one  A,piu,vef tb''anoihe'r.^'':pne':'''of''thb' players throws it to another, at the same  time calling out either of these names:  Earth, air, fire or water. If "earth"  is called, the player to whom the ball  Is thrown has to mention something  thot Uvea on the earth, as lion, cat;  it "air" is called, something that lives  in the air; if "water," something that  lives In the water, but if "fire" is call-  ed the player must keep silence. Always remember not tb put1 birds in tbe  water or animals or fishes in the nir*.  , Bo silent when "fire" is called and answer' before ten con bo counted. Por  breaking any of these rules a forfeit  must be paid.  Chrfetmas After Dinner ^rick.  ; Place throe almonds on tho table nnd  cover eoch  with a. hot.    Show your  audionco that.you have nothing con-  coaled in your hands and allow some  ,ono to murk tho almonds so that thoro  cab bo no question of any substitutes.  Then, pick up each bat. take thb-hilt  .from undor it nnd eat It, replacing tho  hats on tbo table. "Now," you say, "I  will make all three nuts come under  ono hat f Which bat shall it bo?" ^  ,., After one of tbo throo' hats is select  cd yoii wave your hand mysteriously  over tho hat, any "Hocus pocus," and  plnco the bat on your hoad.  This is an old trick, but it always  tokos. Ho ono enn deny tbat tho throo  fillip eaten nre undor tbo hut on your  hoad���������now, can thoy?  / Riddle snd Answer.  Put a cap upon an autumn flowex  Snid givo a spring festival; put oil a  second enp nnd givo ono who enjoys  tlie delights of both.  Answer: Aster, castor, foastor.  What Would Vou Oeyt  Jt you ahould see  A \>\s ureun tree.  With candles sll alight,  With popcorn string*  And prettiv thins*  And tinsel shtnins* brisbt,  With atars that *win������  And bells that ring  All green and red nnu biueV  And lots of tovs  Por girls snd boys  And lots or candles, too.  And you anoutrj hear  Hnmi������body n������ar.  Call olit in sn^ry wajr,  '-What ton of *r*'������  Cart mis urns oi *'���������  1 wonaer wnat you'd say? '  ���������-tlu WlobohWa. j  for mother and father, and mother  says he was always so careful to put  down only what he knew ito "be absolutely true about this country when  letters were sent tb the friends in the  old land. Then, after they came np  to Clinton, he was with them again a  good deal.  A  A  "Mother  says that she thinks Mr.  Scriven west irom here to Port Hope.*'  Gaudaur Was. Right.' A  Jake Gaudaur, the famous oarsman,  withdrew from the athletic limelight  several years ago, and now lives quietly oh his means. He has a; house  on the shores of Lake Sixncoe, where,  like the true sportsman that he is,  he can enjoy a little of the life of the  hunter, and he always makes the most  of the duck shooting season in the  fall of the year. Gaudaur uses wild  ducks as decoys. ; After clipping their  wings he puts them into the water  with a'weighted string tied to their  feet. Then he waits on the shore un-.  til a flock of ducks appear. on the  horizon. The decoys invariably do.  their part and call lustily to the  passing,wild fowl, which quickly come  to pay them a fatal visit.  "���������"A party of city men visiting the vicinity were highly amused at Gau-  daur's decoys and made considerable  fun of them. The men thought it  was a waste off good-birds, and mndo  suggestions that some hunters liked  to have decoys which they vcould< kill  and eat when the free birds.escaped.  "What good ihave* !they been to  you?" asked one man.  "Well," replied the former champion, "I said they would give about  fifty smart Alecs something to bo funny about before the end of the season, and if it keeps on I think I'll  find I was right."  Timber Cut Last Year.  , Figures showing tho amount of timber cut on crown lands last year and  tho estimated cut for 1911 have been  issued by tho Department of Lands,  Forests and Mines. They are as follows:      ��������� ���������' .'-i ������������������' '���������'  '���������'''  Pino, cut in 1010, 605.000,000 feet,  board measure; estimated cut in 1911,  540,000,000 feet, board measure; in-  crooso 36,000,000 feet.  Other descriptions, cut in 1010, 95,-  000,000 feot, B.M.; estimated cut for  J011, 100.000,000 foot, B;M.; increase  5,000,000 foot.  Square timber, cut in 1910, 308,000  cubic feet; estimated cut for 1911, 4G0,-  000 cubic feot; increase 02,000 cubic  -foot.''''  ,    Pulpwood, out in 1910, 138.000 cordB;  estimated out for 1911, 100,000 cords;  ^decrease 38,000 cords.  Railway tics, cut in 1910, 9,800,000;  estimated out for 1011, 4.910,009; in-  cronsc, 1,110,000.  Suggested s Substitute.  An personB who nro Intcroatod in  ���������ompiro builders know, tho official life  of Cecil-Rhodes hns recently been in-  Rued, and itHhoup-h it is not aensn-  tional, it naturally arouaos conaidor-  nhlo interest, A mnn in Toronto  thought ho would liko to secure n  oopy, nnd wont to ono of tho booli  stores, To n clerk who was idling beside one of tho counters, he ������aid,  "Hnve you gQt Mitcholl's 'Cecil  Rhodofl^',  Tho clork looked nimleaihr ovar the  tables of (lotion, and ropllod, "We  don't hnndlo books liko that," Then  he nppenred to have a HUddi-u iHspir*  tion, nnd rivmnrked, "I bnliovo thai  I can get you a pamphlet on good  roads."  ������G.   il.���������03IXit>SKS  ABB   HOiDUja  SHEI>  v ;Ay iiraa;wAnNus; ibees.  Jt Is not only interesting nnd pretty,  but there are the prcfoundiist 'ot  thoughts clustering around it. The  .llttleyboys are hbla^ng a couple ot  seedling -walnut trees, the seed* Cants*  of wbicii I brought from the old-  Charles ; Dana place, Desorls Island^  Glen Cove.AN. X.vTbe plants area-year. old.V and they, It is hoped,  will grow' up with the children. Tc*  give an Idea of what one generatioa  could do 'weVcail. attention to Illustration No. 32. These trees (the larJ  gest ones) were planted thlrty>threo  years ago by the grandfather of the  children'; here seen.1 They' were planted right'and then taken care of, and  here they standi hbriorlng the memory,  of the patriotiO citizen" who believed  that one of the be^t ways to serve  one's country is to plant trees. This  new movement, the saying of our soug  birds, exhibits an unnccountnble slowness on the/part of;thie!average* adult  to bo nrouRt'd to ��������� pnefipf "the greatest  menaces thntA have, ever been known  in tho history of nations, the total extinction of our song bird's* by tbo English Bpnrrbw and. the. crow. 'Unless  tho Increase and depredations of theKO  two flends nro checked, our, nqtive  small birds cannot last for another  decade! Already wo learn thnt an average of ono-fourth Of all .tbo crops  ho. la-^Tiunta tftixsmzo vnnmr^rnmcM  vnAim aoo by anjutcvATUitn ov omi>  SU11M IN IXAUSVltlTtOH NO, IL     ,  of tho Unltod States is destroyed by  inflects. "Destroy oil ;tho insectivorous  blnls,"' says Mlcbolot, "and in nine  yours tho humnn raco will porlsit from  tho'face 6f thb earth."  '  1 want my renders to help restore  and preserve our song birds. Thn  only wny to do this Is to destroy tbo  iCnRllab sparrow, which destroys tbe  song birds. Tlie/o Is on "uprising"  nearly nil over tlio country ntfalimt  thin imported post  Tho English sparrow must be destroyed if wo nro to save our trees.  All our tree* will bs ruined by I assets  If tht* spnrrowH keep up (heir flglil  asnlnst tbe insoct killing blrdv     <  If yhn'Would save your tree* dsMMgr  Um Uuglluh spftrrowa. y*|  THE   CRESTON,    B.  C.,    REVIEW.  PROFESSIONAL_  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Li������e and Aeoident Insurance  r  ataJIiVJ JLTJ&  %������^sy������^ irtswm^xtr^s*..  -ViAtlPV   A-t\  JS.  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL - - -   B.C.  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B.C. Land Surveyor and Architect  Plans and Specifications  CRESTON -  B.C.  J.  D.  ANDERSON  British   Columbia   Land   Surveyor  TRAIL -  - B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & CO.  Beal Estate and Insurance.  EOXJSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  i  ������**������*  We have $200,000 for iu vestment in the  Creston District which we.will loan in sums  of from $500 to $10,000 on improved or unimproved fruit lands, al&o on improved and  unimproved town propeity.  If you want capital to improve 370111- 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.  We have the money to invest.  Johnson & Scruton  Wilson Ave.      P.O. Box 38.   Phone No. 73       Creston, B. C'  The REVIEW lias the best Staff, best Plant and best Stock  In t&is Corner of the World to execute Orders for  Services Next Sunday.  Presbyterian  Church  Services will bo held in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday next. Morning sorvice.ll n iu.; Evening service,  7:30 p.m. Suudny school at 2:80 p.snA  You are cordially invited to join our  Biblo Glass  S. H  Sarkissian, Pastor.  ^SVeveveve*. '^^SV'aV^^ "sV^%^^bV������> ���������'���������ty^aVSV-fV'-aV  MISS L. M. SCOTT  Trained Nurse, of Rathwell Hospital.  Manitoba. Ready f��������������� engagements of  any ������isu.    Maternity a speeiaxtv.  Apply Miss L. M. Scott, general delivery, Moyie, B. O.  GUY   LOWENBERG  Consulted Engineer  GRESTON  ���������r n  R. GOWLAND SCRIJTON  A.L.A.A.  (Diploma London Assn, Accountant*)  Auditor and Accountant  Bailee sheets prepared and T������yi6ed  Books balanced, opened and closed  Partnerships and company auditing  CKiSSION  J3.C  CRESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  Fruit Lands, Town Property and Insurance  9i*9������������OSSS������S������tl>������S������9S  ���������     LOCAL AND PERSONAL.      O  MARRIAGE  On Thursday April 6th at the home  of John Stace Smith, Creston. Ena  Grant Smith to Fred Taylor of Canyon  City Oreston B. C, by the Rev. Philip  C. Hayman.  Tha Wisler Tailor Shop has moved  to the Store building formerly occupied  by E. W. Ryckman on Sirdar   Avenue.  For Sals���������Eggs for hitchiug from  Martin's Famous Regil Strain of White  Wyandot tes. Two dollars per setting  of fifteen.   Mrs. J. Boyd, P.O. Box 4.  The W. C. T. U. meets at 3 30 p. in.  on Wednesday April 12th in the Pres.  uy terian School Room. A full attendance of members and intending members is eeqaested as Plans for the coming year ���������will be outlined.  Postmaster   Gibbs   made   a trip to  Cranbrook this week.  Methodist Church  Services on Sunday next: Service  at 11 a.m., Sunday Sohool and Bible  Clans at   2:8C p.m.; Evening Service,  :80  p.m.  F. J. Rutherford, Pastor.  RECENTLY  1 he Cheap  ;���������;=*  CRESTON  B.C.  For Sals���������A seven room house, supplied with hot and cold water, centrally  located on Victoria Avenue. For price  and terms apply to Car Svf right; & Hyde,  Erickson-. B.C.  -^a���������-������������������-..���������.   '��������� ���������   .,,"���������';-. ,,::��������� ,. r m   .; ,",;*.; a '.:i'.y-'.  A niose interesting ** Aprou nQu'iu  will be held next Tuesday afternoon in  the Mercantile Hall, followed by a good  programme in the evening, under the  auspices of the Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian Churoh. Dont fail to take  this in as phoenominal bargains will be  ofcerredl and articles snita&le for all will  be on sale. Remember the date Tuesday next in the Mercantile Hall.  Have you seen the assorted stock of  Enamel ware at Ed. F. Johnson's hardware store on Fourth St. ? If not drop in  and inspect for yourself.  Mr. J. H. Hyde met with a bad accident last Saturday, when his team,  right in their home yard at Eriokson,  mad6 a saddss start, throwing him up  against the dasuboard of bis rig which  struck him in the face with great force  cutting him badly.  Mrs. R. Fitzgerald has returned from  the old country.  For Sale or Rent���������Furnished or unfurnished, that most beautiful property  known as "Douglas Villa," which overlooks the Kootenay Valley, including  about 5 acres of first class frnit land,  also about 9 acres of bench, suitable for  CHURCH of ENGLAND  April 9th (Palm Sunday ,  Mutius,   Litany   Sermon 11a.m.  Hlice Siding Sohool House S p. m.  Evensong Sermon 7 80 p. ra.  Suuday School 3. p. m.  April 14th /GoodFriday Service 11. am  Philip O. Hayman, Vicar  Sunday will be Palm Sunday. Father  Beck will hold servioe in lbs Catholic  Church-ie.80 a. m. the Blessing of ths  Palms will take place, after which Mass  wiil follow. Snuday School at 2 SO aud  Stations of the Cross at 2.30 will conclude the days services.  Flour and Feed Store  Our Stock is New and Fresh  Our Flour and Feed is the BEST.  Also Graham Flour, Oat Meal, Etc.  CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF  Mr. Brooker aud wife returned laBt  . ������  Wsdnesday from Vancouver.  The entertainment given on Wednesday evening, was a gr-at success, and  a nice sum was realised which will bs  utilised to pay off the amounts now  owing on the equipment of the Scouts  T. D. Bunce  HcPeak Block  PROPRIETOR  Sirdar Avenue  y ������.'  *.������-.   i������2������SER  ^5aveloar?lonef,  +&mmtxict Mow!  \ifewMit evoyonetotaww  ttyat we are paying-*-  C~4% Interest^  pcranram credited viiMf  on savings deposits ($1������-2  ������ upwaro) subject To^lfii-  tart \ir cheque &���������*���������  onMeSepositaof*  Wc invert mmf fir clients  ttiffot mortgages 5 &oa  General fihancwl business,  we want^r saving accnl  5 ifywi arc not saving *  ^stcma'RfaflY; * ���������* ������*- ���������*-  Commence NOW WffliUS.  Deposits ty wait ^^  ���������*** easily "hanM ���������  "Voucaiisend bx&raff,  Post Office * Cypres  Order or Re^isterecP^  better & withdrawals  can be made*������*��������������� ���������������,-������  - *��������� mr way you wish.  mtmrnM. mm*i       Uamm     m^mmmm  Ware Responsible  Refer Xq+.'+ ���������*>������������������������ ���������������������  Duno,Bra3stre#3,  or To anyone to +>  VM0UV6R-  Write uaalwutitya/  Do it raw"1"  . . j poultry farming.   It is surrounded with  The Creston Park and Recreation Co  Limited, held a meeting in the office on  Friday evening last, when considerable  business was done and the following  officers were elected :-Presidenu C. O  Rodgers, Vice-president J. B. Moran,  Sec-Treas. G. B. Henderson, R. M. Reid  and W. burton being appointed Manag  mg Directors. The full Board ol  Directors consists of O. O. Rodgers,  E. Mallandaine, W. H. Crawford, R. il.  Reid, G. A. M. Young, W. Arrowsmith  S. A. Speers, G. B. Henderson, W.  Burton, J. B. Moran, and S. Hatfield.  Ic was decided to fix the first Tuesday  in each March as .the date f or the annual  all kinds of shooting, fishing, boating,  and free grazing. Will sell at a sacrifice. Also otber fine bloeks of laud for  sale. Apply owner, John Darbyshire,  1312 Gladstone Avenue, Victoria, B.C.  See the new ad of the Oreston Drug  and Book Company offering a select- d  stock of books.  Under Bridge Foreman Campbell,  the timbers and the uprights will be in  across the ravine, this week.  Gordon Smith is baok from the Coast.  *   I   I   4 4  321 fambio Street,  ^Vancouver BX.<^  meeting of the Company.  A lengthy disoussion as to the future  development of the pork property,  ended in a resolution to start land  clearing in au aggressive form on the  park grouuds, under the supervision of  James Lous;. The Artioles of Association have been prepared, and have been  forwarded for completion. The meeting  was a very enthusiastic one add all  present appeared to take a keen interest  in the various schemes brought forward  with   a view to making the Creston  Park, a credit to the town.  i  See tba beautiful Easter cards and  novelties at the Drug Store.  For Sale.���������820 aores of orown.grantod  cxcollont Fruit Land on Kootenay Luke,  Lot 913. Apply, C. P. Hill, Hillorest  Mines, Alberta 16-th  The Ladies Aid of tho Presbyterian  Church, will moot this (Friday) nf tor  noon at) the home of Mrs, H. S, Mo  Cronth, to malto final arraagomenta foi  tbo Aprou Sujiul, ou Taooday noxt    ,  Moaln nt nil hours at tho Wigwam  Cafe on Fourth St., n short distance  from Sam Hntflold's pool room.  Havo vou tried tho ���������'Rising Sun-'  flour at tho Cheap Cash Store. T, D.  Ilonco.  Tbo Mothodint Ladios Aid, will have  for salo in Mr. Kd, F. Johnson's storo  on Good Friday Morning nnd afternoon  hot x buns, cako, sandwiches, ton, onudy  and IDiutor souvouirs. A pleasant  hmoh will bo sorvod for tho small sum  of .16 cents.   Kreryono inrltop.  For the newest lastBand perfect fitting  shoes, see oar line of fine shoes. S. A.  Speers.  Mr. Jaoob Smith is making good head  way with his bakery and confectionery  store, on Wilson Avenue and faoing  the Depot, next to the Review building  The frame of the building is now  ereoted, and the brickwork of the oven  will be started immediately. This oven  will be of tho most modern and hygenio  design, and will haye a capaoity of four  hundred loaves per day, which should  be ample to provide ths good people of  Creaton   with tho " Statf of lifo " for  some time to como.  And that jost reminds tho writer, of a  littlo witticism ott that phrase, whioh  will bear repeating ;o party of hungry  soldiers bad b'enn foraging a Boor farm  and ono of thom .had scoured a loaf of  bread, which to keep out of snatching  roach, ho had stuck ou the point of his  bayonet,   holding   it   high above his  head,   A   ranker of   tho "Dublins"  standing olono by sang out " Tbore goos  tho staff of lifo, on tho point of death. "  Eggs for Sale���������From thoroughbred  R. O. Wbito Wyondottos. Good laying  strain. $1.50 a sotting. J. Cook, Crer*  ton.  Soe tho half pago ad of R. Lamont in  thin iflsao.   Mr. Lamont is ono of the  largest individual lnnd cud tin in East  n   Brltlrth   C.'tuwDla,  nnd hm frait  lands to suit any class of investor.  Frank Jnoknou has purohnsnd Lot 7  Blook A, Wilson Avonuo, and adjoining  the lot upon whioh Mr. Smith is now  orootiug his now buildiug. Ho intend'1  to comnionoo tbo erootiou of ti uow  hiiHtnonB block on thio site in tho new  f uturs,  Among ������uo new arrivals iu CreBton  thiB week we are pleased to welcome  Mr and Mrs. J". A. P. Crompton, and  Mr. C. H, Wynu. who have come from  the old country aud intend to make  their homes here.  W. A. Me. Gillivary of Vancouver,  paid Creston a visit this week.        '  D. J. Cameron of Copeland, was  among the visitors iroin the South,  thia week.  For Rent.���������100 acres of land suitable  for Dairv; Poultry and Hog Farming  situated within \% miles of .five large  Mines.   House. Barn, etc.   Easy terms  Apply C.  P. Hill.  Hillcrest Mines, Alberta. 16-tf  The newest pattern; and all shades in  prints can be had at Speers Store.  THE STRIKE IS ON  Seven tl onsand ooal miners are now  on strike at the various mines in the  Crows Nest District. A well informed  traveller from Michel states that great  consternation prevails throughout the  the various coal towns, at Michel nil  oredit has been -efused tj miners, and  daily, dozens aro leaving town. The  Ooal Company is shipping nearly nil  their horses nut to Alberta, and on one  day last week 120 horses wtre loaded on  the cars lor tho prnlris.  To an outsider, this looks as tbo the  Company expected tho strike to last for  some time, and thoso who claim to be  next to ths situation, say it will be at  least three months beforo thoro ls any  proapoot of a settlement.  ���������  Wigwam ^  Recently Opened  i  &  w  .ca.  First  Order  Restaurant  *.*= "m    :���������,-.: ���������z-.-^r.-j  Meals at all Hours. Ladies are invited to our Afternoon  Teas, which we make a specialty of. Our Oookii.g -is  Superb.       NO CHINESE HELP ON THE PREMISES  E. F. PI  p.  ^Ifc^^Wfe^^^^B^^g^i*  ^#^#^ <^#^������# ^^^^���������������������������������������������^���������������������������^  ty  C*'-i  l otoves  Stoves  Call and inspect' our line of  stoves and ranges. Cook  stoves to suil any pricey our  stocks of tinsmith and plumbing goods are complete, our  prices are right, and we guarantee our work. Call and see  us when wanting anything in  these lines  ^  ^  ��������� '  asm  * ���������= ..  I Ed.F:^ohn&on,^insrri^^^  4th Street CRESTON & C. Phone 95  aamn  I.  a**M  M.1R.Beat'e  CRANBROOK - B.O,  Tho  Funeral Director  j  The Riverside Nurseries,  Grand Forks  B.C  Is the NEAREST NURSERY to the 0KESTON DISTRIOT  Stock nrrivcB iu FRESH, HEALTHY CONDITION  saca  For Prices, etc., write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. <C.  ������������������igfgai*  ���������I  Creston Lumber  acturingCo- Im  '.   SJty*JUBSa*SsWBa*BB|^^  ,..���������!������������������ miffiin   imimiinimyall.mm | miiM '"i ���������'��������� ������������������������"���������  Complete     Stock   of  ROUGH   aiid  DRESSED  LUMBER  ^Prompt cAttention Satisfaction Guarantee*  Let us Figure 'with you on tbat Building  \  W������������ |M������wl������kfl������l������������������l������������M������'������������  i  V'  loVststtsfl  mum  9  m  n  ������*>*v?to&^#&jyi&\ Wc:^s*'Jtf^^^^^^'''^'**"������  ������������#*>k, imoi^.'i.p^f^ yi,,Hfc.;nP'VM'<t'.' W������j������**/tf+v,'<  J"; >. '.\������  v������4   I..


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