BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Creston Review Feb 24, 1911

Item Metadata


JSON: xcrestonrev-1.0172865.json
JSON-LD: xcrestonrev-1.0172865-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xcrestonrev-1.0172865-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xcrestonrev-1.0172865-rdf.json
Turtle: xcrestonrev-1.0172865-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xcrestonrev-1.0172865-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xcrestonrev-1.0172865-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

 v"*(   "'��������� <yY, X Ot-.<   J. ;,# i'.' '���������*,,<���������' x     v^^j'u)' , ' , ' .-  51   y-. Y v i .    v. ���������%. "? vv-  .. \yy& ,  ������,Y *   *,-?'*"���������.    ��������� yY vy \ a,     -.     v   , ��������� *-   "��������� - -     .  ',;.      i  ��������� * v.  ������������������ i"'*"\ '1  J       r /���������'  ���������HU   "I    Ml  J/-  All Roads in East, and West Kootenay Lead to Creston  ALL THE NEWS I /       "'     B;^ ^        T   T"^  *i'M&$W������ VIM- L~J l_<  fl  i.     - p? -  -   -   -  UiaiKlCl  1        -^  ^W        '      Y  IVJL^O. I V7i>! lX.JJr-V IC V8^^  v(Vi  No. 29     3RD Year.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ,24 1911  <Gfi������  Single Copies  WE HA VEJTiST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF  nr  ul  The newest patterns, direct from Eastern  Manufacturers,   and will be glad  to  Show them.  so.  1  I  I  aa  bBride Government  Estimates Show Grant of $1,000,000 With Ymir Heading the  List���������James H. Schofield Secures $i 02,000 for  Public   Works   in  Yrhir Riding.  A Washington dispatch under date  of the 23rd inst, states that the  Reciprocity Bill will come before  the Senate on Monday next, the  27cb inar. There is a strong right  iu the American Senate to have  tnis bill-pnt through the Senate  Monday.  WE HAVE JUST OPENED,  IN  DIFFERENT STYLES  AND SHADES.    5  c  (j-enerai Merchant  Jr'none i'Vv.  j^  G&m*$^������^m>&^mm  Observation  All of the good qualities and achievements possrssed by the worthy secretary  of oar looal Fruit Growers' Association,  he himself or the majority of his advisers srinst Buffer from excessive expansion  or contraction of the brain, judging by  [ tion and wants to assure them that the  1 association   has   no   warmer friend or  firmer supporter of the aim and cours e  for which it is striving to work.  But what grieves him is the lack  of true fraternal spirit so essential to  auy organization, and the tendancy of  se'fishness    and    envy    so   prevalent  the methods adopted to eject  one of j amongst those to whom we look to lead  their brother frait growers from being and . harmonize its members and those  (it  |,<v*  If-'.  present, as a peaceful spectator and observer, 'during the instructions and  aemonHtratibnfr;;at the government conducted packing Asohool, uttfess he forth-'  outside, so as to smoothen the path for  progress.  But for all this, we must not get discouraged, so as to lose hope for ultimate  .with porduced ono dollar - and allowed.1* results, as at present we are in the stage  hluiSoiv to be STi������GlIsji as a "member of 'of transformation, such ss every fruit or  their looal Fruit wid Produce A.ssociar"  tion. . - y =������--f . . r..._-,  __ fortunately yonr, humblo  happened ������o be hxpossesBiq&*of'the coin;  agricultural organization have had to go  through before tht-y finely emerge on  zntrpder.f the.pmne of ultimata success.  It muBt also have been painful and  even   to  the government  ve   to find   his    authority  I 'J tn\������* **> J*������    '<&  * and he - losfc":no^tira*( to, inform this'"������elf^ humiliating  assume*! authority,', f hat 4tlie, s������.qnost V^epresentati  '.���������Wbttld be complied -with, as iV fl������sbbd} jasurped by some of the pupils of his  >tttroii������^l9>i'iS&&������h^ previously assured" me of  tavlo oLIieing unceremoniously- pitched  head first through tl e door, and aa he  was partly an'^nyalid from a lame foot,  would be unable to gracefully navigate  himself during suoh a process.  For all this, yonr humble brother fruit  grower wishes to state that he harbors  no envy or ill feelings towards auy of  the members or officers bf the assccia-  my rights-to-be present during<the dem  onstration and instruction) but whon he  aired his disapproval of Buch action  towards a spectatior, he ' was promptly  informed by one of his pupils that the  action was justified by tho into ition so  as to get members for the association.  My gratitude to the government and  its able representative for the masterly  ���������������������������������������������+ ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� *���������������������������������������**��������������������������������� ������k>o*^4>* ������e������������e������o������������e������e4ee  CRESTON D YE   WORKS'  'Dyeing and Steam-cleaning  demonstration of the science.of apple  packing, can not bs expressed in dollars  and cents. Suffice to say that as one pf  the units, I would not have lost being  present for ten times the amount extracted, although I only had the pleasure of attending but two demonstrations.  I should have refrained from making  this public were it not thac I am convinced that as long as the officers or  directors (whether assumed or real)  permit themselves to be governed by  such methods and motives, the assooiation will not prosper or achieve that for  which it so nobly aims, "Fraternal local  co-operation in wodnotion and market-  ing of the products.'7 * *"- ' -  Your humble brother frnit grower,  O. J. Wigem  If yoa bave any goods which hstbe lost color and are good enough to  be dyed, any color yon wish, let us DYE THEM for you* Dres^s  goods or SUITS can he DYED*here at a slight cost;%tll be SMADE  to took LIKE SHEW* We GUcdRcANTEE OUR WORK in this  line. Dont delay, as your'work is ahead of others if brought at  once to*  Creston Clothing House, j  Phone 84, Creston, B. C, j  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<  Those English Sparrows   ������������������  The Eeyiew, at the request of seyerai  Creston  fruit ��������� growers and* ranchers,  called attention to the presence in Greston of a small flook of English sparrows  ani also took tbe matter up with Government Agent Teetzel with a view to  the sparrows being exterminated before  they become numerous and a pest.   Mr.  J. J. Atherton, a printer, has taken upon himself to pose as an authority on  birds and bas written a letter to the  Nelson Daily News denying thot these  are English sparrows. In this -Issue will  be found a* letter from Mr. J. Heath, an  English   horticulturist of many years  standing, and a prominent Tancher of  the Creston Valley, on the subject.   We  lauvo our readers who know both Jay  Jay and Mr. Heath, to judge for them-  selveB between the word of ,an expert,  and the biased vaperiORB of Jay Jay.  Tbe estimates presented to parliment  during the just ended week show that  the financial apportionments of the  provincial government for the coming  year include pro vision for the necessities  of the growing districts of the Kooten-  ays. strictly local votes in this regard  approximately in the general votes for  hospitals, $225,000; education, $7W,976;  administration of justice, $81,220; assistance in hospital building "1110,000;  bridges, $600,000; wharves, $80,000;  agriculture and kindred associations,  $102,000; demonstration orchards, $15,-  000; surveys, $400,000; road-miking  machinery, $100,000; and forest protection, $150,000. Tbe special appropriations for roads, trails, etc., for the  several Kootenay districts are given  thus:  1910-11  Cranbrook $65,000  Fernie  65,000  Kaslo 56,300  Slocan ...' 65,000  Ymir  75,000  * It is not necessary for ns to enlarge  upon these figures, they speak eloquently for themselves, as a practical proof  of the interest taken by .the government  in the development of the Kooteuays,  and of the efforts of Mr. J. H. Schofield  ias the representative of Ymir Riding  whioh have resulted in his securing for  this district the top place in the list of  appropriations.  Tke road3 and trails, bridges and public works which will be carried out as  the result of this magnificent grant,  .viii be of the greatest benefit to the  district, and will in after years remain  as a permanent monument to the energy  of our member and the MoBride Government. >  | road and bridge to Port Hill, travel from  j Creston to Port Hill would be possible  (at all times of the year.  Tour of Inspection <     *n speaking of the reported wholesale  191112 Supple.  $85 000   $15,000  85,000  74.000  75 000  102,000  32,500  1,200  3,000  6,000  ' V y  In-  *DistricKGoi&k  ..- > j.\.~^*  Last Sunday R. T. L. Galbraith, Indian Agent at Fort Steele, paid Oreston  a visit, and on Mondav and Tuesday  held long conferences with tbe Creston  Indians. Mr. Galbraith was on a tour  of inspection and had just returned from  the Windermere district, where he had  made an inspection of the reservation in  that region He stated that in the  Windemere district the snow was much  slaughter of deer by the Indians Mr.  Galbraith stated tliat he thonghc the  reports iu that connection had beeu  greatly exaggerated, but he * had instructed the Indians that they miiae  obey the game laws strictly. In referring to the generil conditions of the  Indians the Indian Agent said chat he  found the Indian cattle in a fiourishinsf  state and there was ample hoy to pntrf _.  them through till spring.   Mr Galbraith *}  I  1  I  deeper than at Creston, and tbe weather (left   Crestou   on  Tuesday's   noon ensty;  was a great deil colder.  In speaking of the Indians at Creston,  Indian Agent Galbraith stated that the  birth rate was keeping up well and the  general health of the native sons wns  good, very few cases of consumption  and hardly any sickness. In speaking  of the difficulty the Great Northern  Railway wa* having with the Indians  and public generally for trespassing on  the railway Mr. Galbraith threw new  light on the subject when he informed  the Review that by the building of the  railway a public trail hetween Creston  and Port Hill had bp������n obliterated, and  the Indians as well as the publio generally, were consequently put to a great  inconvenience., Mr. Galbraith took up  the matter of opening np the road to  Port Hill with Superintendent of Roads  G.- M. Benney and was highly gratified  when the genial Road Superintendent  informed him. that the matter of building a road and bridge between Oreston  and Port Hill was now before the Government and it would be built in the  near future. ��������� By ��������� the completion of this  j bound train and proceeded to the Tobacco Plains where he will inspect the;  reservation  before' returning   to   Fort*  Steele. l  Owing to the fact that unqualified '--  persons were enrolled on the civic vb ers-.  list of Victoria, Mr. Justice,Gregory of, .  the Supreme Court has deoided that theY,  election of Mayor and Aldermen os held  on January 12th last! is void. Tho ";  Queen City is therefore without a MayorY  aud Council.        ' * -  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  I  CHUROH OF ENGLAND  Dedication of Christ Church,  CreBton, Suuday, February 26th,  1911.  Dedication service 11 'a. tn.;  evensong and sermon 7:30 p. mi  Preacher, The Rev. B P.FteweU  ling, Rector of Oranbrook, Rural  Deau.      . ,    ���������.  I  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������0<������<*'������������������������  I  tne bouuiMJeDrs uourc last wea- [ $  *<.,  <*  4  -Jki  Nothing succeeds like succors. Spring  costumes tailored in the latest modes  and. styles by Madame Garrett, tbe  Oreston Valley Costumier. References  given to satisfied onatomors in the Or es-  ton Distriot,  FOR SALE���������A. 6 roomed Btoro building 20x24 but well built New loeatlon  on Sirdar Avenue. Prico including lot  $1000.   Apply to Eugene Oasei\ta.  ne^day afternoon in the case of F.Burns  and Oompany vs. J. J. Atherton, Magistrate Johnson gave judgment in favor  of the plaintiff for $21.05 for claim and  cpsts.  In  this  case   the   plaintiff  brought  action  to  recover  payment  of a meat  account and produced a pi omissory note  in court that had been given by the defendant  as  a' settlement of the claim.  This note had been dishonored by the  bank and charged bade to the plaintiff's  account.   The note was for s use $22 05  and there had been $8 paid on it at var-.  ious times, Reaving a balance of $14.05.  In giving  judgment the Magistrate informed tho defendant that he did not  want to work any hardship on him nnd  the defendant was consequently given  a week to arrange a settlement of the  claim.   The court also informed the defendant that the unpaid promissory note  wonld remain in eourt and would be  delivered to hint as Boon as the  judgement was paid.  Ladies' *nd Children's Costumier I  x%54M\  ���������  t  i. 4>y  .  ���������    ���������  Saved  Have yon Been tho nsnorted stook of  Enamel ware nt Ed, F. Johnson's hardware etore on Fourth St. ? If uot drop in  nnd inspeot for yourself.  Victoria Avenue  Opposite Methodist Church  i i  Costumes   -   Suits   -   l^pbes f  I  I Waists, Novelties Ss. Underwear of all descriptions  S Terms Hoderate  t  We %>ish to call the attention of  ^ Your Spring aud Surcimer suit, sl>oulcl be a tailor mads,  to your fit.    We  have  ^ now the stylos for 1911, altid au   euonmua  line of simples. ��������� Suits tailored from  ��������� $t$ to $36 and are guaranteed for six months .wear.    We are pleased to show   ���������  X our samples, whether you wish to purchase or not. .  <8>  WE WILL GIVE A SUIT THIS WEEK FOR 50c  ��������� Which the lucky person will get when the $25 worth of tickets have"been sold, on   ^  ��������� advertising our famous "Art suits.'1    The lowest person will get a $7,50 pair of   ^  t  . trousers  SEE WISLE* FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS.at the  PHONE NO. 84.  *  1 That we are AGENTS For  The John   Deere    Plow   Co.  Atso for FLEURYP<Plo<ws> and new DEcAL Wagons  Anyone wishing any Special Line, can leave their order, and we will have  goods shipped in car which, will shortly be shipped to us  ttmmmtmmim<������������������������������������������������win.  I Creston Mercantile Co., u.  ^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������+***********������*+������*+*0+������*+4������+++l^^  ,-���������'; r  y  -_-_----_������____  ------------------------H  .''>*/< #.  Vv'-Y-  -,j.-\t >��������������� n,,;  ������������������---���������  '��������� ���������'''������������������,:  '.il.< ii .y! ���������'  ______���������_���������  1. ������������������ .wil  vOyrr? FL  isviJ  I  v  m mm tanks  m  ��������� ���������* >  IX  U 1  1 j ^  i  rl  Pilgrim Joe's Discovery Arouses  Latent Memories.  DOES MORE THAN IS WANTED.  IP  i'i't  . .%jt t  Recollections of Borrowed Money, a  Discarded Man, Cheating In Church,  Lost Thimble and Other Cases���������In*  ventor Threatened.  ���������n  I'll  v!  iU  lu-*  if 5  Si  3  [i,i  ',M  v'i  1  Y  LI  I  M  walked right down the cellar and  found my spectacles oo the slielf  tvber<> I hnd placed tbem months ago.  After the second 1 found my lost  thimble in the teapot. I was fool  snou**h to take a third, hoping to find  a dime I mislaid two years ago. but  what did it do but make me remember that 1 owed Elder Johnson tor a  barrel of pork bought five years ago.  I started right out and paid the debt,  and ne charged me interest at the rate  of 10 per cent. 1 am advising everybody in the vicinity to beware of your  restorer as they would of the deadly  rattlesnake."  Borrowed "Five" Recalled.  Henry P. of Milwaukee-writes: *'If I  had my paws on you you should sure--  GROWTH OF CANADA.  By M. QUAD.    fCcpyright.  1910.  by  Associated  Literary j  Jy g^gr."   I took a dose of your niem-  ____ __ Press.j       ^ ^ j ^^ restorer the other evening to see if  It wouldn't help nie to remember who  F  kOR the last thirty-flve years I  have been experimenting with  various roots and barks with a  view of bringing out some sure  snd certain remedy for loss of memory In old and young people. The  amount of forgetfulness in this world  Js something astonishing, and the evil ,  thereby caused can hardly be computed.  It gives me the greatest pleasure to  state that my long and untiring efforts  have at last been crowned with com-  THB I^ONO LOST THIUBLX.  piste success, and every drug store In  tbe land is now supplied with Pilgrim  Joe's Wonderful Memory Restorer.  I   make  no  difference  between  respectable and disreputable druggists,  but serve bothalike, as I wish my re- .i  storer to reach aii classes and coodi- j  Every bottle holds a full pint, and \  the cork is secured by red was.   Take  do otber.    More depends on the color  of the wax in patent, medicine than  the contents of the bottle.  Every bottle hsa a wide mouth, so it  4������an  ha nao^lln tttk������ iCe CreSEB hOUSO lU  when the original contents are gone.  Inspected under the pure food and  drug law and found to contain nothing  to kill a horse. If you die after taking  a  few  doses  your  friends  must  , look for paris green in tbe well.  I Co not wish to boast too greatly of  this uew and valued addition to tbe  - many  preparations on sale and  will  " therefore  submit  a  few   testimonials  '* from   tbe   thousands   pouring   in   by  A*yery mall.  VY A.J. vD. B. of Hartford writes: "I hope  you will meet with no success lu tbe  V'eale of your memory restorer. My  wife got nio to take a dose, und It was  V hardly down bt-Tore I remembered  Vhorrowlhg $10 of her Ave years ago.  '.���������And there was nothing to do but pay  V ft back. You don't get me to take an-  yother drop."  V John Henry H. of New York city  ywrites:   "I was being sued for breach  of promise, and as tbe girl had nothing  .In writing to bring forward tho jury  v would certainly have cleared me had  not the' plaintiff's lawyer tricked  me  'Into taking u dose of your restorer.  YTJnder its influence I owned right up  A that I had asked for the girl's baud  throe   different   times,   and   she   was  VAwarded $4,000.    I shall warn all my  V XVlends against yi>ur decoction.*'  Forgotten Man Restored.  V Mlu M. B, of Detroit writes: "I  think such men as you ought to be put  behind prlwon bars. I was about to be  married the otber day when a stranger  to me rose up and forbade the banns.  I fainted, nnd to bring me to they  poured a big dose of your restorer  down my throat   When I revived tho  .stranger wus a stranger no longer, but  n mnn I hnd accepted several 'years  ago and forgotten all about. He's lop  shouldered und knockkneed. but I've  got to keep my promise. I trust that  your dnys In tho land may be short  and full of woo."  Deacon Thompson of Oswego writes:  ���������'One dny Innt week ray wife en nie  liomo from the drug store with a bottlo of your memory restorer and a  groat story of what It would do.   Just  A before Betting out for prayer meeting  V thnt evoning I took a dose. Aa a con-  sequence 1 roue up in meeting nnd remembered and owned up to cheating  no less thnn seven of tho brethren who  had traded homes wltb me nt various  borrowed my jnckknife during tbe  day. It did. it was Moses Barnes,  but when 1 went for the knife next  day he claimed that I borrowed $5 iu  cash at the same time he borrowed my  old fifteen cent knife, and I've got to  come down or stand a lawsuit. I look  upon you aa a fraud aud a swindler  and shall flo everything possible to injure you."  Deacon Waters of Ohio writes:  "Some" ten years ago I had a business  deal with Beaton Travers, also of  this town and a member of the same  church. A year later he claimod that  I 'still owed him .<:?������ ! denied It. and  he sued. He was beaten, but the event  almost disrupted the church and antagonized many families.  "The other day in calling on tbe minister l found him about to take a dose  of your memory restorer. He had  j laid aside his sermons for three years  and could not tind them to preach over  again. I decided to imbibe with him  and see if I could remember to whom  I lent my pitchfork.  "Right here. sir. I wish to call you  an unhung scoundrel. The dose hud  no pitchfork in it, but it caused me to  remember ahd to blurt right out to  the minister that I really did owe  Deacon Travers that money. 1 tried  to take it back, but in valu. I have  had to ;come down with tbe dough,  with interest and compound interest,  and no one will now buy eggs of me  without counting them over twice. I  would go many miles, sir. to see justice done upon your wretched carcass.  Why remember? Wby not forger?"  Remarkable Case In St. Paul.  Mrs. .H..GV of St. Paul writes: "I am  one of those fools who buy every patent medicine as fast as it appears, and  tbe other day 1 canse across your memory restorer. Years ago a cousin of  mine i-easov^d to Kassss.    I had for-  a thumping big dose of your restorer  in hopes to recall it. The name came  within two minutes, and within two*  more I received a telegram that my  cousin was dead and hadn't left me a  red cent out of her riches.  "Sir. I denounce ^ou as a miserable  wretch.; and you may be sure that I  shall do everything in my power to  drive your villainous compound from  the state of Kansas."  Pilgrim Joe's Memory Restorer restores events a hundred years past.  One dose will carry your memory  back for fifteen years. Before the bottle Is finished you are remembering  how and where you met George Washington.  Can be taken on a full or an empty  stomach.  You don't lose consciousness when it  is working.  If other persona nre In the room with  you be carefulnot to express your surprise as events of tbe past come rising  up before you.  After the fifth dose sjack off for a!  day or two in order that your memory  may get used to the new strain put  upon it.  Druggists who offer you "something  just ns good" are horse thieves aud  liars, and thoir preparations ore .liable  to make you forget that you have paid  your street car fare once and hand the  conductor a 3econd nickel. Tuere is  but one Pilgrim Joe.  World-wide Attention.  This is the tenor in which populur  American 'papers 'are' riow speaking  of .panada. It shows a change of  front in the last two decades:  Canada's amazing growth is attracting world-wide attention. Not so  very long ago that country was regarded as being one of the lesser elements in the progress of the world as  a whole, but now, within a few years,  there has come about a change which  has placed Canada well toward the  head of the list of those countries  classed as well-to-do in a material  sense. Natural resources have been  developed through a splendid system  of railroads, homesteaders have flocked in, and on every hand prosperity  is evident.  Three great factors in the progress  of Canada are agriculture, immigration and transportation, each" of  which is making a great showing.  It means the dawn of a great and  mighty nation, and one that is destined to have a great influence iri the  affairs of the world. In western  Canada aione there are S34.000.000  acres of land, only 44,000.000 of which  are now homesteaded. With only 1*2.-  000,000 acres of this under ^rain crop  last year about 147,000,000 bushels of  wheat wero produced. What will it  be when all of that immense territory  is under cultivation? Is it not evident thai Canada wili henome the  bakeshop of the bunch?  That the world is beginning to realise this is shown by the confidence  displayed in Canada's future. During the past five years Great Britain  has invested $605,000,000 in Canada,  mostly in railways. Government and  municipal debentures, and during the  same period the United States ha**  invested $226,000,000 in Canada, mostly iu establishing manufacturing  plants. Quite recently French hankers have made knowu their desire to  invest $50,000,000 in Canada this*  year. The trend of the times is fairly  shown in these figures.  One can see plainly why the United  States should look to closer trade relations with Canada. The fact that  the wheat producing power of th^  United States has now almost reached its zenith, while the population  arrows unceasingly, shows that some-  timet'* scion, the United States, will  have to buy her wheat from abroad.  Thore is no doubt about this being a  fact. In the face of a possibility such  as this the United States should lay  the foundation of her future food  supply by meeting Canada squarely  and fairly as a nation that has something of untold value to gain, to  obtain which the complete sacrifice  of present day vantage and ideas  would be as nothing compared with  cheap food ior the next generation;  and this one, too.  THE    CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW!  A-t> r ������141 n ���������  A PIONEER NAVIGATOR  LATE CAPTAIN SHEPHERD WELL-  KNOWN   AROUND   MONTREAL.  For Sixty Years He Was Engaged In  ' Marine Affairs of Montreal and  Was One of the Best Loved Captains on Inland Waters���������Commanded the Lady Simpson. One of the  First Steam Craft In Canada.  In the death of Captain Shepherd,  one of the best-known and most highly-esteemed masters of inland navigation in Canada passed away. Deceased, who was in his usual good health  until quite recently, was stricken with  pneumonia but a short tim������ ago and  the disease soon got beyond the stage  whers medical aid could bo of ony  avail.  The late navigator was horn in England in 1824 and he came to Canada  with his parents when ho was only  five years of ago. For over ���������3 years  he had been actively and prominently  connected  with the marine ond com-  BUILDERS OF MANITOBA  Tha Only One Lacking.  "Why nre you ao sure there la  no audi thing ns a fourth dimension?"  "Because." replied tho discouraged fnt mnn. "if there was I'd  hnve  It."���������Ladles'   Homo  Jour-  % nnU  Unaimplified Speltina.  The lady of the houso wns telling  her cnllor something sho did not wnnt  tho eight-yenr-old girl to bear, and  eho resorted to tho common device of-  ���������moiling ninny of tlio words Bhe uned.  The little girl listened Intently for a  timo. nllve with curiosity, but aho  could uuilce nothing of it.  Thon she walked out on tho porch,  whore her father was sitting, and Bald  bitterly, "There's too much otlucntion  In thia houHc',-Phlladolph!a Saturday  Evening Pout.  The Storm of 1905.  The  great  snow-storm  of  1905   will  be- long remembered.    The upper end  of  Lake   Superior  was   fairly   strewn  with the stranded.   The Western Star  went   ashore   near   Apostle   Islands:  the Corey wrecked on Gull Rock:-on  Minnesota Point the steamer England  came  to' grief.     The life-saving crew  rescued the Jmen.' At Duluth piers the  Metaffa' broke her back and nineVmeri  were lost.   At Lester Park, six mile?  to  the  east,  the  Crescent City  went  on the rocks.    The men laid a hatch  across the rail and walked ashore.   It  wns   a  more  Convenient  wreck  than  most.   The Lafayette, further east! wps  a total loss; though her engines and  boilers were afterwards salvaged.   Th"  Edenborn and her tow barge, the Ma  deira, were put-up high and dry..;������������������' The  Spencer and he,r barge.: ;AmhOy,; were  lost, and the Monkshaven may still be  seen - on  the  rocks of , Angus  Island  The ill-fated Metaffa had ventured  out of DuluthV bottle harbor, but decided  to turn back.    She headed for  the mouth of the canal that leads into  Duluth as into a pound net.   A strong  current was pouring out between the  piers,  and  a  cross  swirl  caught  this  bow of the Metaffa^and flung it to one  side.   She missed the channel, hit one  of the piers, swung around it.brond-  side, and dropped outside the breakwater, whero the seas: drove her into  shallow water. She grounded 100 foet  out from tho breakwater.   Here, within plain view of thousands of peoplo.  she  was beyond  aid.   The  sens had  all Superior nnd a hurricane behind  them, and piled up over the stranded  vessel and over tho breakwater.   Two  men in the deckhouBe tried to make  their way nft, whero the others were,  and where there was warmth from the  boiler.    The   .crowds   on   shore   saw  th'esoNtwo men wa'shed overboard, arid  behold ono of them caught in a cros*?  swirl nnd restored to the deck.    Hp  clung there exhnusted, and wns presently frozen in the centre of a solid  enko of ice.  Tho storm rngod nil night. When  they got out to the Metaffa tho next  day, they found the water had put tho  engine flroB out, yNfino men they  found frozen," nnd tlioy chopped them  out of solid ico ono foot thick, with  nxoB. As Vfor .tlio Metntta, her back  wnB brokonV: They towod her into  tho dry ddckVnt''Suporior nnd tonic her  npnrt. Tho machinery was removed  and sold, .  IiATE CAPT-   SHEPHERD.  VyV-  mercial life of Montreal. VVHrsVhame  is intimately associated with the inland navigation of this country and  he was one of the great pioneers ot  inland navigation on the Ottawa:':.-. By,  his energy and enterprise he did muon  to promote the interests of the Ottawa valley and eastern Ontario and  his line of vessels aided very material.  ly in the settlement and building up  of the OttawaVyalley. A He V was for  many years president of the Ottawa  River Navigation Co. and commanded  personally from time to time Almost  all the big : steamers plying; between '  Carillon and Montreal; His first com-;  mand was thev Lady Simpson, one of  the first steam craft, to sail Canadian  waters; andVi thev vessels -Prince of  Wales -andASoyereigh A were yalso long  under his charge; It was only four  yea.-s agothathe retired-from sailing  the latter passenger boat. Buriiighi^:  long*years of service no-steamer:under h is command 'suffered any Aseripusv  mishap in spite of the dangerous, and  difficult conditions under which he  worked in early days;. VVA:Y  ������������������Capt. Shepherd was unmarried; but.  he-leaves a large circle of nephews  and nieces. He was a man of most  kindly and genial manner who made  many, warm friends among' the thousands of people who traveled on his  vessels. He was 86 years of age, but  preserved his youthful appearance to  a remarkable degree and no one who  did 'not know him intimately would  suspect that he was.Aaynian over 60.  He "inaugurated the Ottawa .river navigation service and his name and those  of his boats are indelibly impressed  upon the minds of three generations  of Canadians-of tho Ottawa valley.  can Were Two Who Helped.  Two men who died recently in the  eastern -pari of this continent wofe  intimately connected with ' tho upbuilding ofi the Middle West of Canada. The first was Mr Robert Ironside, of Montreal, and the second, Mr.  Thomas Duncan, Canadian Immigration agent at Syracuse, Now York.  Mr. Ironside has been called "Canada's Cattle King," and. as the Mont-  Teal end of the great cattle exporting  firm of Gordon, Ironside, and Fares,  the title was, not inappropriate. Both  Mr. Ironside and Mr. Duncan entered  the Manitoba Legislature- in 1S92 on  tho"   Liberal    side,    when    Green way  swept the province with his national  school issue.   Mr. Ironside was an in-  plement, grain, and cattle dealer from  Manitou,   and   Mr.   Duncan   was   a  blacksmith from Morden, both towns  being   in   Southern   Manitoba.     Both  were big, muscular men, active both  in body and brain, but here the resemblance ended.    Mr.  Ironside was  essentially, a  man   of  business,   who  apparently' like    to    sit   and  dream  dreams, and then plan in the quiet of  his  office  for  the   carrying  of  them  out.    He was not fond of talking in  public, and seemed to be rather doubt  ful of those who  were.    Parliamentary   life   was   irksome   to   hiba,   and  after one Parliamentary, term he retired to attend to his own great interests.    One   day   he   said   to   tho  writer; "I hate sitting in this stuffy  chamber listening to talk.    I'd rather  be out punching  steers."   That  Mr.  Ironside dreamed "dreams arid: punched steers to some  purpose is  shown  by the fact that it was not very long  after  that before; tho, business  turnover of th������ firm with which he V was  connected    was    considerably    larger  than   the   amount   handled   by   the  Treasurer of the Province of Manitoba.  Though he was undoubtedly a great  business  man and  a successful one,  yet he always seemed more ready to  listen to what other people had to say  thaii to givo his own views.    He had  a curious  way  of  asking  apparently  whimsical   questions,  hut   when   you  thought   them   over   afterward,   you  would  see  that  it  was, only just his  curious way of looking at life. ; When  the business of the firm got so large  .as to necessitate :some;one living in  Montreal  to .look  after the shipping.  Mr.  Ironside  moved  there.: andV Mr.  Gordon remained in Winnipeg yto deal:  with the ranching end.  Mr. Duncan was a man of different  temperament. When he first appeared  in the House, some.: of the Opposition  thought they would have some fun:  with the blacksmith from Morden, but  they: were hadly mistaken. He had  : built upon his early schooling by diligent reading, and when he came to,  answer them, they found that he had  the classic works of English literature, and. -particularly these c-f Sfeoi=  tish literature; at his -command.v particularly <K>uld he quote Burns most  aptly. He developed into,:a' ready  speaker; arid, while not eloquent, no-"  body ever doubted that Tom Duncan  meant what he said, A and this; Viio^  doubt, had much to do with hisV sue-"  Ccba c&a , vfjic CA^n/ucuu vi iiao. .advantages of Canada in various immigration fields. yYAAYVY A:  , In the death of theseX. Southern  Manitobaris Canada loses two : good  citizens, who, in their several ways,  did much - tON;build up v Canada.  DR- SHAW FORCED BY ILU  HEALTH TO RETIRE.  Late Principal of Wesleyan Colleger  Montreal, Has Occupied Many Important Posts In Methodist Church-  ���������Was Secretary of tha Court of  Appeals of His Denomination-  President of Bible Society Also.  Rev. Dr. Shaw, whe haa been pro'  fessor at Wesleyan Theological College, Montreal, for nearly forty year*  and principal for fourteen years of  that period, has resigned on account:  of advancing years and ill-health. Dr..  Shaw is suffering from heart trouble  and finds the responsibilities of the*  principalship of tho college too much  for  him.    Ho has  also  retired  front  Tho Artleas Answer.     --  "Aro wo froe mi������n or nro wo alnvesy-  times In tho Inst thirty yenrs. I was rtliuntlwri tho noi������y orntor. "I pnuso  Rolnj5 on  to own  up n   lot  of other    for n ropiy."  things when luckily for mo the tiro j "it's about nn oven break, tnlntor,"  hells rang and I hnd a chnnre to get j came the answer from the rear of tho  out of the meeting bonne, I bad. how- i hull. "Home of us nro bachelors, nnd  ���������ver. owned up to enough to -give me j nume   of   us   nre  married."���������Chicago  ������ black eye nil nround town, nnd I  ���������propose to give you such n Inwsult ns  mortal mnn wns never called upon to  defend before."  Mm. Dnnfortli. widow, of Kimimas  writes: "Por Hi������vi*rnl yenrs pan I have  laid my spwiwlwi. thimble, ou;, nwny  nnd then hnd i<> hunt for luinr* tu fl ml  them ngnln. A friend ������������f mine ntlleil  my ntt������Mitloii to your rentori'r, nnd I  C������it a  botile.    Afier ihe ihhi  riuM* I  Nwws.  Rati, Pads, Etc.  Yl'tir-n little NlHtttr Hwootly Mtnnds  JH-Hlflo the drnt-Hhiir tnl'lo  F'ho'K Mold ioJ>������ muUlnn a toilet Brand  fn ������ tnnnnnr i1������'f* nwl itliln.  Tint how enn n ������>rrn lilt*' Hint apply  Willi mi ihrt mniWn wrtH?  ��������� >>i in-ir.ul (>r htaUlim ti "lolUit" now  It'*- juiii UHH<>mt������llnK iritrtn.  -I'lilUilaljihiu T������lt*rapn.  An Overburdened  Hen.  Thoro in a oertnin hon, roaldlng on  n certain small fnrm on tho Hamilton  rond, juBt outside the felty limits, thnt  is one of tlio most ovorhurdenod of  mothorfl.  Somo timo ngo Bho hntehf-ti ont  nino beautiful chicks. Tho nnmo dny  two incubators whioh had beon at  work brought out 175 birds.  Tho hon, being a poor hand at  arithmetic, and ponf-enning nn open  heart, imagined horBolf tho .mother ot  the wholo tribe, and dnlly shi-v does  hor bent to keop order In tho fntnily.  nnd Barntoh for tho 184 little billn.  When uho oroonB tothnm.rt porf^et  nvnliinchn of broiler* rnees In her direction. When ������he Books ropouo, Bho  Ib nlmoot smothered under brand now  chickens.  When a reporter naw her uho wni/  doing her bent to got her witigfl ovor  ���������f.���������������'���������". ���������"'��������� London's Theatres.  Somo rather interesting statistics  haye been given lately in The London  Daily News about tho number of theatres in that city', and the number of  people they can seat. : It appears that  there are, in all, fifty-one buildings  where public performances of stage  plnyo take place regularly. When full,  they will accommodate C0.901 people,  which would represent, in money value, over !|!50,000. Drury Lane heads  the list with $3,900, but it will aston^  ish many people ��������� indeed most.���������- to  hear that Drury Lane is not the larc-  est theatre in London. It seems that  tho Lyceum now seats moro peoplo,  but it docs not represent as much  money. Tho fifty-ono buildings referred to do not include music lialls or  variety theatres, of which thero nro  forty-eight, theso representing 70,490  seats. The Inrgest ib tho Coliseum,  which can" seat noarly 8,000 peoplo;  while the Hinpodronio has accommodation for 2,002.  A Dainty Cow.  Tho old fabrication that Seotsmon  "joke wi' dooficuity" ia nil nonsense.  Somo of tho newBphporB published  north of tho Twood nro ao: brimming  over with fun, thatyjt >/ietunlly over*  flows into tho' advertisement'*" pages,  whoro ono would scarcely hope to find  it. To back up this aaacrtion wo quoto  tho following ad., which appeared in  Tho Scotsman tho'other dny:  "Woman (active) to wash, drosa and  milk cow; also assist housework. No.  0514, Scotsman, Glnagow."  There's cleanllnoBB' for you. Wo aup-  poBO the cows aro mangled nfter they  nro washed and droaBcd nnd their  tooth carefully polished up with toothbrushes.���������London Answcrfl,  Two Notable Brothers.  Profes������or James Geikio, who hns  boon nwarded the gold mednl of tho  Uoynl Soottlnh Geographical Society,  In recognition of his numerous valuable contribution!- to geographical re-  Henrnh, is n brother of thn famous  Sir Archibnld Goiklo, ono of tbo most  uecnmpliHlu'd of modern geologists.  Both liiivn been Professors of Geology  in the Tnlvcridty of Edinburgh, both  urgr  ..- _ . .....   ...._. nr������*i LL.D.'n of St. Andrew*, both are  all her chlekonn, but in a mlnuto sha i   KcIIowb of the Iloynl Asintio Society,  looked  Hko  n   well-dpcnrntod   minln- * ~   *  ture pyramid of opting fowl,���������London  Advertiser.  und brth hnvo aorvad on tho Geological Survey. ,     ,  The Two Charlies.  Among those who came- in contact  with the railway officials of Canada  there are no better known pair than  "Charlie* 'Macphersori arid "Charlie"  Foster, of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Both men hail from St. John,  . N.B., where they did their first work  'for this great . railway corporation.  Each in turn went "from St. John to  Toronto, where each made a "hit."  Mr. Macpherson went to Winnipeg,  where he has repeated his Toronto  success. A'few years later, Mr. :yos-  tor went from Toronto (tO Vancouver;  Now comes the announcement that  the passenger .traffic of Vthe West, recently in charge of Mr. Ussher, is  to be placed wholly, under the two  "Charlies;" Macphersori will manage  the lines between Fort Wlllinm and  Rovelstoke.'artd Foster all'traffic west  of that point;   .     ' ,    ���������  Urbanity, courtesy arid: good-fellowship nro the qualities which distinguish these two successful ouIoikIu.  At tho same time, each hns shown  his ability to handle large businest- in  a large wny. The man with urbanity  does not always have exceptional  ability, and the capacity for much,  hnrd work, but when he dops.h*>,i? n  winner,. En eh of those men fulfil* the  higher conditions. The public hai-.af-  whys hnd the - confidence In them  which is ngnin so clearly exhibited by  the C.P.R. executive in making these  latest promotions.  Her Gain���������His Loss.  "Ijndy," nnid the fortune-teller,  BhvfilitiK tho enrda for the fifteenth  time, ''in addition to there being  Bomothing for tho house,-a Httle  money, a letter, and Bomothing bettor, tho Fates decree.,thnt. you will  visit foreign InndB, thnt yoii will  mingle in tho court life of kings nnd  miccm*. end that, conquering all  rivala, you will marry tho mnn of  your choice���������a tall, dark, handsome  gont, of distinguished uneostry���������in  fact, n peer of the ronlm."  "Will ho be youngP" queried tho  fair visitor,, clnBping her hands together engerly.  "Young," fawned tho fortune-teller, "nnd rich."  Excitedly, tho fair visitor clutched  the seer's nrm.  "But how," she cried, "nm I to gel  rid of my present husband P"  A Trus  Gift  Por  Fiction.  In n New Brunswick village a town  character who preferred omphasis to  the verities was a witness In a petty:  trial involving an auger. He positively identified it as tlio property ot the'  pnrtlen to the suit.  "But," naked the attorney for the  other fllde, "do you swear that you  know this nugerP'*  "Y*(*, sir."  "How long havo you known ItP" he  oontlnuod.  "I hnve known thnt anger," unld the  witnoHB, impressively, "ovor since It  was a fiimlot."  EBV. DB.  SHAW.  the presidency of tho Bible Society,  but will retain his connection with the*  Protestant School Board, of which he  is chairman, until his term pf office  expires in J.S13.  Dr. Shaw was horn in Kingston in  1841 arid has been in the ministry-for  47 years. For 37 years he has been ������  professor of tho Wesleyan College and  has held many of the leading offices  in the Methodist Church. He' was  president of the Montreal Conference  in 1887 and for 20 years was secretary  of the Court of Appeals, the highest  judicial body in the church. He was  a delegate to all the General Conferences since the union of 1883 and had  ?been a membSr of the previous General Conference of the Canadian  Methodist Church.  . In educational circles also Dr. Shaw  hasbeen a prominent figure, being a  member of the Council of Public Instruction since 1887 and chairman - f  the Protestant Committee since 1900.  Princj.oal: Shaw's resignation take*  effect ~ at once and his retirement  causes deepest regret among the college officials as well as among .the  ijpstudentsV Vy    ,        ���������,. .������-������   ..        ,..  AY-"Royal  Pearls:  Her Majesty QueotfJUvy possesses  soriie very lovely Scotch,pearls, which  are of a pinkish  hue,1" arid  are very  round in shape.   Queen Victoria had  a great love for them, and possessed)  some   beautiful   specimens   of' them.  Among  other    beautiful    pearl  necklaces   the' Duchess  of   Portland   possesses, she has a string of well-matched Scotch pearls.   There is a pathetic-  story   attached   to  one   of  her   necklaces,   which    is. of    most   beautiful)  pearls.    William   Bentinck,   the. first.  Earl of Portland, showed his devotion  to   Williatn   of -, Orange    (afterward*  King VViliiam III.) by incurring the  risk of almost certain death from ma-  lignaritisriiallpox in order to save the-  life of his master, to whom he was  page of honor.   Deeply touched T>y tbo-  self-abnegation of her husband's faithful   servant,   Princess0 Mary'(as\she-  then was) took a strlng'ot finest .pearls  frbmrher own neck-and honded^thenif  to William Bentinck iri token of her  gratitude.    These pearls ate'a- priceless heirloom in tho Portland family,.  and tho present duchess has just the  stately throat and neck which- shows-  thorn off to best advantage.    ,    '   ,  Queen Alexandra hnB somo Scotch  pearls, and also an Irish pearl of  great size and fine color, which wa*  given'to her by the Countess of Dud-  Icy. .; Fresh water penrls are obtained  Atom the pearl niussdli' and oorisist of  calcareous concretions formed .by certain molluseB, both maHno andn froBh>  water; ���������River pearls' aro:V sometimes  discovered in tho Esle and tho Conway, but tho boat homo-grown varieties are to bo found in Scotland.  One Thousand Operations.  Many peoplo havo   forgotten ,,'that  Sir Frederick Treves operated a few  yours ngo on King George V., apd has  therefore hnd tho unique, cxporionoo-  of    performing   oporatwris"   on   two  Kings of England.   He toldjfcing Ed������  ward, when,the famous piieration of.  1002 wnu d^ido^ on,:that ho wouW  givo $60,000. to, etfeapo the Tluty $ pat'  forming It; Sir FroddrleU rotireolfron������  practice becnuse ho was renlly tirett  of   tokinff ' ������������*   ft"   nppnndix   evnry  morning.    Ho performed ihp dpera^  tion an regularly as ho had his break-*  fast, and far moro regularly than, b������.  hnd his lunch, for he often hnd to-  lunch in his carriage ns he wept his  round ot visits.   Sir Froderick, it is  snid. has performed   no fewer   than  1,000    operations    for    uppendloitls1  without a single death.  Butter In Slices.  From timo immemorial In Cambridge, England, the dairymen roll  the butter bo as to form a long stick  weighing a pound, which they sell  in slices, as if it wcra sausage. In  tho market the butter merchants do-  not cure to use either weights or  .-onlee. A simple glnnco Ib nuflleient  for thnM'''.people accustomed to tho*  time honored practice. A very neat  out with the knife divides tho yard  into halves, quarters or eighths vory  exactly, and it bppewrs thut the ous*  tomer is never given short msaimre.  mi  Y AY"  fYi  VV)  m  \   -���������:���������.!'{  Vl  ���������.   ,('���������  t'-.h'yi]  I' i'iX  t,*:V''f|  1.   ...  f -  1^ .,,'���������  V'V'/  '������'  ���������'.'.������������������'(JI  I.  VI  A : v i  v    yi  ��������� i  r,  i  t\^'tiJ^^Wili&ii^1������W^ j r  ^'..  <., *  THE    CRESTON,    B.  C.,    REVIEW.  V  s  V.  ^   B&AM WORKERS   |^  "'' ""   who get little exercise, feel better aii round tor  an occasional dose of  >m.*r itv   - *es~k.v^k_r T    _r*s_TS-99  Iff   ^wv>4fe-������Vf-W74,*_h_������������  &_Sl A������S. t JL W ^,������9  they tone up the liver, move the bowels gently but freely, cleanse the  system and clear the brain. A new, pleasant and reliable laxative, prepared  by a reliable flnta, and worthy of the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark.  25c. a box.   If your druggist has not yet stocked them, send 25c. and  we will mail them.  NATIONAL DRUG 4. CHEMICAL COMPANY  OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL.   2t  ARTISTS' EMBLgMS.  ZAM-BUK CUHES PILES  maritime magistrate's Case.  Mr.    C.    E.    Sanford,   of  "Weston,  I -Kinn'r.  "NT fi  TANNING AND FUR  DRESSING RECIPES  By An Old  Hand.  How to tan or dress all light fur  'skins, such as mink, muskrat, weasel,  fox, fisher, lynx cat, &c; how to tan  dog skins, sheep skins,, wolf skins,  badger, &c, for mats, rugs, robes,  ���������gauntlets,.&c; how to dye sheep skin  mats any desired shade; how to remove the grease from furs or fur skins  without wetting the skin, making the  fur as clean and lively as new; how to  clean white fur, such as thibet, angora, white rabbit, &c, making them  as white and fresh as new; how to  ttan cow and horse hides for coata,  robes, &c; how to make easily and  quickly a good tough leather for repairing harness and general use on  the farm; how to care for hides snd  skins that are to be sold, and how to  sell them- to get the most money for  them.  Any of Athe above recipes will he  sent to any address on receipt of 50  cents, or the booklet complete for  $2.00. Address:  AN  OLD   HAND,  Sox ,363,      ' Winnipeg,  Man.  A  "Provider" Story  A washerwoman���������so the story goes  ���������got married, and one of her clients  said to her a month or so after the  ceremony:  "Do you get on well with your husband, Mary " *��������� ,  "Oh, yes, ma'am," was the reply.  "Is he a good provider "  "Indeed he is a good provider,  ma'am. Ke got me four new places  to wash last week."���������New York Tribune.  EXCURSIONS  to  EASTERN CANADA  Daily, during  December.       3  months  limit.    Stop over privileges,  Cleaning London  Over 65,840,000 gallons of water  were used last year in washing and  watering the streets of the city of  London. The quantity of refuse Te-"  moved from the city by the corporation during the year was 51,821 van  loads taken from the premises and  28.030 loads of sweepings from the  public ways, making a total'of 80,759  loads, or about 263 per working day.  In Whistler's Butterfly Could, Bo Pound  tho Monogram J. W.  The mystic emblem or device of a  Bore   of    Whistiefiaeu    biUieriiy    was ,���������-,.,-   \ . -^  **nr..^ ��������������� .un ;i,,i������ k��������� *k������. ^...hj. Peace for the bounty, and a Deacon of  adopted in the sixties b^tbe eccentric   the Baptist Church in Berwick, says.  genius James Abbott Whistler, who } "i have used Zam-Buk for piles and  changed his name later to James Mc- I found it a splendid remedy. It cured  Neill Whistler. \m%-''      ' ��������� e���������.  Close study will reveal that this pe- . Mr. Thomas Pearson, of^ Prince Al-  culiar scroll is ready a monogram of ^������^^sJ^^ff������i  J. W.   The earliest of the etchings to |the use of 2am-Buk.   Last summer I  A countryman on a visit to Dublin  wished to buy a watch, and, having  selected one, asked the cost. And being told the price of it, he said it  was too dear.  "But," said the shopman, "F must  charge extra for the chasing."  "Well," said the countryman,, "how  much will it .be if I pay ready cash  and you have no chasing to do?"  bear the butterfly is ''Chelsea Wharf"  (1SC3). but many paintings and etchings after thac date are signed "Whistler."  Artists have sometimes signed their  pictures in some distinct form Instead  of their names, it generally was done  when the name might suggest somo  emblem or symbol.  Thus Hieronynius Cocjc demarked  two fighting cocks on bis panels; Mari-  otto Albertlnelli signed a cross with  two interlaced rings, referring to the  sacerdotai duties 'to which at one time  of his life he devoted himself; Martin  Rota, a wheel; Pleter de Kyng. a ring  with a diamond: Giovanni Dossi, a  bone; Del Mazo Martinez, a hammer;  Lionello Spada. a sword.  <  Sometimes caprice dictated the selection, as when Jacopo de Barberl used  the cadueeug. or Mercury rod; Hendrik  de Bles an owl. Lucas Cranach a  crowned serpent. Cornelius Engel-  brechtsen a peculiar device resembling  a weather vane aud Hans Holbein a  skull.  > via  ST.   PAUL OR  DULUTH, CHICAGO  *     -and  --sys-riy-*  The uoubie Tract.  Eo@f@  Reduced Fares for  Steamship  Passengers.  November  11th  to  December    31st.  Five  months  limit.    Write    for    full  particulars and descriptive pamphlet.  A. H. imUFF,   ...������yi-vi.,������ij - j  General * Agent. Passenger Dept.  Representative for all Steamship Lines  and Cook's Tours.  260 Portage  Ave. Winnipeg  Canadian Pacific  WESTERN  ������XCURSIONS  I  SINGLE FARE  Plus $2.00 for the  Round Trip   -   -  From all- stations in Ontario, Port  Arthur and West, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta to  VANCOUVER  VICTORIA and  WpMINSTER  Tickets Von sale December 15, 16 and  17, 1010; January 20. 21, 22 and 23,  and February 14, 15    and    16,    1011;  flood to return  within' three months  rom date vol .issue, y /  - Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. agont  for,full information.,  ��������� Y*'y'Y'.Y'A;R������������l   Unkind  She had; been making a noiao on tho  ,    piano for twenty conBccutivo minutes.  "Shall I open the wlhdo,*jvP" asked  the young man in the parlor ncono.  "What forP" sho inquired;*Y'-V',   ,  ,. V\yhy���������or--so you can got4ho air,"  .' *ho ropllod.  ... Y'V -"'*-r������������������������������������������~y"  A good honest rtsmody for Rhouma-  1    tism, ��������� Neuralgia < < and������i aoro a throat  is  ",���������). Kfamlin'B Wjteajrd Oil.   Nothing will no  ';  quicklyttriVo'out allpnin and inflammation. /;.-."���������.������������������  ���������'-     ��������� -'' ���������  ;'"f A Plants Havs; Momorlss  '.   Tha,mistletoe blushed for Bhamo  As it bung abovo tlio door,  When tho maiden told her flamo  " Sho hnd novor boon IcisBcd boforo.  mloklystoiM cough*, cart* acidH>'-.M������eaJB  &��������� tbrotttuul lunga. -   ���������   ��������� 2a>e������uta.   *   ,f     ';  An Irishman at a fair got poked in  the eye with a stick and took proceed^  ings against the offender.  Said the magistrate: "Come now,  you don't really believe that he meant  to put your eye out?"  "Faith, you're right, this- time,"  said Pat, "for -1 believe he tried to  put it further in."���������Tit-Bits.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Diphtheria.  AKthe present rate of decrease it  will not be long before there is not  left a single horse-drawn omnibus in  the streets of London. The General  Omnibus company recently sold four  hundred horses and expects to dispose  of the rest of its live motive power at  the rate of about one hundred a week.  The automobile is responsible.  __Time Has Tested It.���������Dr. Thomas'  JKcIectric Oii has been on the market  upwards-of thirty years, and in that  time it has proved a blessing to thousands. It is in high favor throughout  Canada and its excellence has carried  its fame beyond1 the seas. It has no  equal in the whole list of liniments.  If it were double the price it would be  a cheap liniment.  US'*      ,������*%r-������"*-      mr-a  hia  uncAi   iuca.  The Tin Plated Tomato and tho Moral i  N        That Goes With it. !  A good theory that won't work isu't  half as good as a poor oue, that wilL  Twenty years ago a young man just  ont of college.bad a* great idea. He  was gdirfg. to tin plate tomatoes. There  was to be no more troublesome paring  and cooking and "canning to preserve  tomatoes throughout -vgln^ers. It would  be/necessary ouly t"o!di*op* a nice ripe  tomato into bis tinning solution and It  would como out coated^with tin and  would beep for twenty years, in fact,  there wasn't any reason why it should  nof keep forever! The young inventor  .figured it would cost biro 50 cents a  gallon to make this tinning solution.  It surely would sell for $2 a gallon.  Every oue eats tomatoes���������tbat 13. nearly every one. Everybody wouid eat  them if they could always have a nice  tin plated tomato lying around. Fie  ought to sell a million gallons a year.  That would be a profit of a million and  a half dot��������� Well, no tin plated' tomatoes aro en the market yet. nnd toe  man who invented them is still making  ouly $15 a week.  The moral of tbis is tbat whenever  you hear of a great idea that is going  to reform or uplift tbe world make  sure tbat lt is not of the tin plated  tomato brand.���������Chicago Tribune.  had a fever, which left me with piles  I started to use Zam-Buk, and found  it gave me relief, so I continued with  it.   After using three or four boxes, it  effected a complete cure."  Zam-Buk will also be found a sure  cure for cold sores, chapped hands,  frostbite, ulcers, eczema, blood-poison,  varicose sores, scalp sores, ringworm,  inflamed patches, babies' eruptions  and chapped places, cuts, burns,  bruises, and skin injuries generally.  All druggists and stores sell at 50c.  box, or post free from Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, upon receipt of price. You  are warned against harmful imitations and substitntes. See the registered name ���������'-^Zam-Buk" on every  package before buying.  Carries On  Woggs���������So young Saphead and his  father are carrying on the business?  Boggs���������Yes. The old man docs the  business, while young Saphead does  the carrying on.���������Punch.  They Cleanse While They Cure.���������  The vegetable compounds of which  Parmelee's Vegetable' Pills are composed, mainly dandelion and mandrake, clear the stomach and intestines of deleterious matter and restore  the deranged organs to healthful action. Hence they are the best remedy for indigestion available to-day.  A trial of them will establish the  truth of this assertion and do more  to convince the ailing than anything  that can be written of these pills. ���������  Lady "Guest���������"What do you do in  case of fire?"   ^  Clerk (ringing bell)���������"One moment,  madam." (To bellboy)': "Set the hotel on fire for this lady."���������Life.  SkiFehh Cure  gaio&ljretosa coqghs, oaves eold& beala  tbo  throat and  lanes- ���������  c*nta.  The time you can depend upon a  woman is when you are sick or in  trouble.  When a man retires from a political  office it is usually with the assistance  of his constituents.  Minard's Linim" :t Cures Colds, Sec.  An iconoclast is a man who knocks  our pet theories into the middle of  next week. ,  "Will you always "be true?" asked  the broker's suspicious daughter,  when young Sportleigh had thrown  himself at her feet and begged1 for her  hand.  "As true as steel!" he cried.  "Common or preferred?" she inquired,  still  suspicious.���������Chicago  News.  $100 Howard, $100.  The readers of thip paper will be  pleased to learn that there is at least  one dreaded disease that science has  oeen able to cure in all its stages,  and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh  Cure is the only positive cure now  known to the medical fraternity.  Catarrh being a constitutional disease  requires a constitutional treatment.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken . internally; acting directly upon theV blood  and mucous surfaces of the system,  thereby destroying the foundation of  the disease, and giving the . patient  strength by building upAthe constitution and assisting nature in doing its  work. The proprietors have so miich  Jfaith in its curative powers that they  offer One Hundred Dollars for ony  cn-ft that, it fails to cure. Send for  list of testimonials.   Address Y   A  F. J. CHENEY' & Co., Toledo, O.  Sold by druggists, 7fic.       \  Tako Hall's Family Pills for-constipation.  do  cap,;  marr;  plains'  sots hor  bonnet for him alio- knows  blnmo woll tho prico of "it will Bctiro  him' to dcath."--Judgc. ���������   ��������������� /     , ;v'  A Lottery Romanes.  A few years ago. ast the date for the  drawing of the annual Christmas lottery at Madrid was approaching, a poor  mechanic of Coruuna was awakened  three consecutive nights by the number 125.S60. apparently spoken in bis  ear. So impressed was be by tbe repetition of tbe Incident that be wrote  down tbe number and jocularly said  to his wife, "That number will win  the tirst prize in the great lottery."  "Then why don't you buy tbe ticket?"  bis wife answered jokingly as she  looked at tbe figures. -"Wby? see. if  you add them together they just come  to my age. 1 shall be thirty-one on  Christmas day." Tbe ticket, after much  trouble' was found (tt bad been rejected a few minutes earlier by a wealthy  citizen of Coruunal and bought, and  before many days bad passed the mechanic and bis wlfo were mode:Jubilant by the news tbat'the ticket bud  won tHe first prize of ������.00,000.���������Lon-  ��������� dou GiobeY--".V.V''YV1YY.'.,'-'  Pills of Attested Value.���������Parmelee's  Vegetable.Pills" are the result of careful study of the properties of certain  roots and herbs,' and the. action of  such as sedatives and laxatives on the  digestive apparatus. The success the  compounders have met with attests  the. value of their work. These Pills  have been recognized for many years  as the best cleanser -of the system  that can be got. Their excellence  was recognized from the first and  they grow more popular daily.  Your Futuro  Eat, drink and be merry today, for  tomorrow you may diet.���������The Chap-  paral.  ������������������-'- The Rod Shirt.  The origin of the "red shirt"���������worn  as a blouB������" by English women in the  sixties, when Garibaldi was n popular  idol_ throughout Great Britain���������is sutil-  clently curious. When tho celebrated  filibuster wan warring in the South  American republics ho was anxious to  obtain a distinctive and, above all.  economical un If orm for! his followers.  Ho learned'...tlm^a,. local dry goods  BtoroVaa&Vtta, Immense'' ''job lot'', of  ECZEMA AND WHAT  IS DONE TO CURE IT  Desperate Efforts,-Disheartening  Failures and Final Success.  A certain country minister was ono  day visiting somo of tho churoh members, among whom was an old gossiping woman, who was always complaining of something. No sooner had  ho sat down than uho began with hor  grumbling.  "But," snid tho minister, "I don't  soo what you aro always grumbling  at, For instance, your potatoes aro  tho boat I havo ovor scon in tho village".  "Ah," replied tho woman, "but  whar's tho bad onos for tho pigs?"  A Barncgat uciioolmn'am had boon  tolling hor pupils Bomothing about  Goorgo Washington, and finally sho  nskou:  "Can anyono now tell mo whioh  Washington wns���������a groat gonoral or a  groat aamiralP" ,  Tho small son of n fisherman raised  his hand, and sho signalled him to  speak.  "Ho was a great general," mild tho  boy. "I soon a pioturo of him croaa-  Ing tho Delaware, and no great admiral would put out Lorn flhoro  standing up in a skiff/'���������Every-  body's Magaxino.  jxy.r -- -   -    ���������-.-,-- ;.-.-.- ���������  ,-y   -  \ttfe n'ow tha accepted emblem of the  rrlsdrgoiniunfo" of United'Italy.���������London Glob o.   -'������������������' xxyy: yyy    V "X:-  A Llttls Tomptrsnos Tragedy.,  "Don't drink any moro, John. Xou'vo  got too much already."  "No. 1 haven't."  "Yes, you bavo, and you'll bo drank  again." ,  "Aw, what do you wantvto worry  about that for? It's mo that bits tho  hoiidaoho noxt morning."  "1 know. John, but it's mo that baa  tlio hourtucbo all tbo timo."���������Now York  Times.         Th������ Prl������������ of Lovs.  Says an ndvortlsemoDt In tbo London  ,I3xpress: "Mary��������� Waited throo hours  at appointed spot until questioned by  suspicious policeman. If tbis Is tb*  prico of lovo It Is too heavy n ono for  me to pay.   Farewell.   Potts."  Tims snd P������tl������ne������.  JTo rosfl in too Ions for him wno advances slowly and does not hurry, snd  no attainment is beyond1 bis retch who  equips himsolf with patlonco to scblov*  tt���������La Druyort.  Eczema Is a ekia affliction to which m������n  and women alike ore subject, from the first  to tho last day of their existence. It may  occur as a olneto tiny tpot j appearing and  disappearing with cinch change in general  health or present only at" certain season*;  at tho other extreme, the whole body may  be Involved In a torturing eruption. Ths  latter condition may gradually arlso through  the neglect or improper treatment of lesser  troubles or an apparently healthy akin may,  la a sltigld day, becomo a masa of eczema.  i But whatever tlio form ot ths affection, ths  distressing itching, burning,.'scaling and  crusting; the serious disfigurement and the'  constant dread that the eczema will become  clironlo, tiiake a speedy cure the aim of every  sufferer. Unfortunately, tfuch n. cure i������ not  always readily obtained. The jmoht skilled  physician Ifltfften'at a loss and even: hospitals  aroforced.to-discharge the patient as incur-  aUe.' Then aAwttte variety of remedies aro  resorted' to, many perfectly.harmless and  equally ineffective,, others bo offensive io  every sense; that, were, It not for ttie-fellcf  thny ara supposed to afford, no person of  refinement would tolerate thetn for an instant.  '* To such sufferers, discouraged by reheated  failures. ot even these herolo methods, ths  Instant relief afforded by the first bath with  Cuticura. Soap and gentle application - of  Cuticura Ointment Is almost incredible, <' They  atop the Itching and burning at onco, make  sleep possible and, In most cases, point to  a speedy cure. Bo pure and sweet are Cuticura  Soap and Ointment and so free from every  substance ot a disagreeable or hormful nature  tluit tliey can bo used without hesitation on  the youngest infant or tendevest skin. Be-  aides, tliey are most economical, a slnglo set  being often sufficient for the treatment of  even the severest coses. ^  In proof of tlio efficacy of the Cuticura  single letter, from Mrs. Edward Naming,  11 Lansing Block, Watertown, N.Y.: "Four  years ago X suffered with a terrible eczema,  being a mass of sores from head to feet and  for six montlu confined to my bed. During  thut Umo I Buffered eenUnunA torture from  itching and burning. After being given up  by my doctor, I was advised to try Cuticura.  After tho first bath with Cuticura Soap and  application of Cuticura Ointment 1 enjoyed  ' tho first good sleep during my entire illness.  I also used Cuticura Resolvent and ths treatment waa continued for three weeks.  At tha  .and of that time I was entirely cured and  have felt no Ul effects sine*. X would odvl������a  any person suffering from any form of skin  trouble to try the Cuticura ItamadUs, as X  know what they did for me."  Rutbmra Roap. Ointment, lUsolrent and  PUIS aro told by druggists everywhere, rotter  Drag * Ohem. Corp,, sole 'props., Boston,  Uum, W������U������J free, oa request, latest SS-swif*  Cuticura Book, a guide to tha spasdy and economical treatment of skin and scalp affeo-  tlMis, from Infancy to age.  HOP WENT FAR AFIELD.  Then the Quarry Was Found Right at  His Own  Door.  Almost every  farmer  up  north   is  personally   acquainted   with   at  least  one or two deer,  and  sometimes  ho '  doesn't have to go beyond  his own I  apple orchard to get a shot at one. I  Jealous "city fellers"   havo   accused j  certain farmers of keeping a deer ua- !  der lock and key and leading it out j  early in the morning of the first day  of the open season for execution. Cer- I  tain it is that many deer are shot hy j  moonlight before the  season is  half }  an hour old.  Hop Wheeler lived in a spot where ]  the woods came down almost to his  back door until three years ago, when  most of the timber on the hill was cut  away.  Hop had a brand-new high-power  rifle that would bore a hole through a  good-sized maple tree. He practiced-  3hooting with it at a target until h?  was sure that he could hit a deer at  300 yards. All that was necessary  then was to find the deer.  The season opened on a Monday, as  it always does, and Hop was up two  hours before dawn, polishing his gun  and stowing away doughnuts and  hard-boiled eggs in a knuosack. At  5 o'clock he hit the trail for a place  where de-or are usually plentiful. Other hunters were in the woods before  him, and occasionally he1 heard the  crack of a rifle not very far away.  Before the day was over he passed  several hunting camps and saw the  carcasses of freshly killed deer hanging by the doors. The successful hunters were usually celebrating their good  luck, and. Hop was often invited to  wet his whistle before h������ moved along.  But not a living deer did Hop see.  Once he heard a scurrying of hoofs  in the dry leaves, but when he ran  ahead and peered through the bushes  that blocked his path there was not an  animal in sight. He could hear the  rapid diminuendo of the* pattering  hoof-beats far down a ravine.  He slept in the barn of an abandoned farmhouse that night, and at  daylight he was up and stalking  through the woods again. But the  second day brought no better luck  than the first. It was one of those  gorgeous days of early Indian summer, when the declining sun shed'  his last warm rays on the hillsi������*tes  of the north, which Jack Frost on his  southward march has painted yellow  and hrown and flaming scarlet. But  Hop had no eyes for the beauties of  nature. He was tired and sore. He  came out on a mountain road early  in the afternoon, threw down the gun,  bit off a fresh chew of tobacco and  uttered one word, the one most expressive of his feelings.  He was through. A farmer canu*  rattling along in a buckhoard and offered him a ride. He accepted with  a grunt of thanks and' jumped in.  there was something with hoofs nnd  antlers strapped on behind the seat,  but Hop pretended not to see it. The  farmed'knew well enough what, the  hunter's feelings were and was laughing at him without "uttering a sound,  or moving a muscle of ' his solemn  face. They talked "about many things,  but the subject of deer was never mentioned. They shook , hands * as they  parted, and the farmer wished his passenger good luck.  "I wonder if he meant anything particular by that," eaid Hop to himself,  as he buttoned hi9 rifle under his  coat and started for home.  The sun was just setting when Hop  reached his shack. He hung his gun  up over the door, kicked the-cat out  of the house, and loudly demanded  his supper. There was something in  th������ tone of his voice that warned hia  wife not to asy any questions about  his two days' hunt. She placed the  supper on the table and Hop sat "down  to eat it. He was just raising his first  forkful to his mouth when���������bang!- A  firearm was discharged outside tho  house.  "What in thunder was that?" Baid  Hop, jumping to his feet.  He opened the back door and looked out." There, over the fence,, nlmost  in his own yard, was a wounded deer  on tho ground! It was a splendid  buck with large, spreading antlors. A  hunter, knife in hand, was running  up to cut -its throat. Yy  Hop retreated: into tho house and  gave the door a slam that almost  jurred it from its hinges.  "Well, I'll bo torred and feather-  ed," he groaned, "if that ain't rubbin'  ���������itinl'Yv: ,   Y   ������������������  I  i nis  is ihe trade-  i  mark which  is found on  every bottle  of the genuine  Scott's Emulsion  the standard Cod Uver  Oil preparation of the  world. Nothing equals  it to build up the weak  and wasted bodies of  young and old.  FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS  Ssad 10c., ssaie of paper ������n<J tbis ������d. for  our beautiful gavinga Banlc a.ad Child's  Sketch-Boole ' Each bank contain* a  Good Luck Penny.  SCOTT & BOWN5 ,  jjja sssUsssi** Ss., West, Ts=~~%- SSsst.  1  e  ���������  Danger of a Square Deajy"1  The political boss "of a* small -western city, drove his buckboard at top  speed down the main  street on the  morning of.+'an election.  "Hey, Johnnie!'-* he yelled to his  son, "git down in the fourth ward  quick! There's people down there  votin* as they blame-please!"iv, =  f,J-Ti '*������-<> >H ������ '  frfVm-  DR.' WINTERS  Cures all chronic diseases. Write  him. His valuable^ ad vice,..will  cost you nothing.   '     y-ii^n,/,  y->     % . "Aj* 'Oift*  BOX 216. ^   NEW YORKCtTY.  (Q^^  Awarded First Prise at' World's Exposition on its Work and Methods-  Catalogue  Fre������*.~ Address.   ���������  T������ ������������������������������ n i r-oimj   aUai itli&So   uCt-UCUC.  vor.  Portage _ A v? & Kort St. Winnipeg  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mrs.Wih8low's Sooth ino Syjtur,liM beea  used for over. SIXTY VKAR5 by 'MILLIONS off  MOTHERS -for their CHILDREN WHILB  TEKTHING. with PBRFHCT SOCCKSb. It  SCOTKSS the CHILD 'govrsisja. ������h������ ������"*!���������  *.LLAVSflll FAIN: Cl/RBS WI2U> COLIC. ������l3  to the beat remedy for UIARRMtSA. It U'ao-  ;">!*ii*;"iy hars!Slftw������ Be *ur* <*sd ������*ls f������? '**���������?���������,  WitMlow's Soothing Syrup,'* and take ao othar  kind.   Twenty-five ctnta������, bottle.    -��������� v   .  Tho Retort Dlplomutic. ,,  On tho morning aftor the Drum-  jnond-Arthnbaska election, Sir Wilfrid  Laurier was asked what ho thought of,  the situation. His reply was characteristic:   :  "Tho Government has received a  blow, of course, but it should not be  "T feci vory much liko Abraham Lin-  col.i:did on the.occasion of,just ������uch  a reverse. Ho was asked by a friend  what he thought ol it, just as you ask  now. Lincoln replied, 'I fool like tho  little boy who hurt his toe���������too sore  to laugh and too big to cry.'  "Tho chargo that Laurier has boen  ���������hoist by his own petard* is untruo.  Laurier lias never usod his influenco  With French-Canadians against English-Canadians or ever dono anything  but try to prevent racial projudico in  Canada."  "hTv/os EllgibleT  "Somo men bear seasickness well,"  said tho captnin of an Atlantio liner.  "1 took a Liverpoolian to Cunadu  lust month* and tho poor fellow did  have a timo���������sick from tho first day  to tho Inst. But ho horo it well, und  whon we reached Father Point ho  suid to mft: / -v  " 'Cnptnln, I think I'll go strai&ht  back with you.'  "'Why?' an Id I. '1 thought you  wero going to mako an extensive  tourP'  " 'No. T think I'll go baok now,'  he snid. gulping ns n nnaty swell  lifted our bow. 'I boo by your rate  card that you carry "returned omp'  ties" ut half fore.',r  Ovtrlookad.  Farmers lirtvu hovn ao buvy pulling  their turnips that they haven't pulled  In a bnit yet to u������,���������Harrliton RavUw.  EVERYTHING IN KNITTED GOODS*  Coat Sweaters, Underwear, Scarfs,  etc., for Men, Women, and Children,  from 50c. to $10.00. Highest grade  goods at leBs than Wholesale Prices.  Mail Order' Only, no travellers employed. Send cash with order, goods  mailed same day. Money refunded  if not satisfied. Catalogue No. 4 now  ready.  STANDARD  MAIL  ORDER  CO.,  62 Bay Street, Toronto.   *  Rich and Costly Furs  THB COSTLIEST FOBS come from yonr  part of the COUNTRY.   Ship THEM to  the BEST POR MARKET and RIOHT FOR  HOUSE* By thlppltie DIRECT to Sa you  receive nr better PRICES.than you havo  'obtained eliewhere, taeatua we tell dlreet.to y  tbanunufactunu of HIGH OBADK rORS.  '"A ixMAihlpmetit will CONVINCE you.'  A woilallyvanuiBMl Prica lltt -for- your;  Territory will bo milled upon requrtt. We,  pay ill axpretuge'charge do commlMloo*,  . and teott.������r������ptlf>f -^r,f .���������(',>-!rv-; ���������;;y:.v'y y *���������;���������  LEOPOLD GASSNER Fiflt CO.  84 EaailSthSt. C������i>IUl. mm ma iwi  Wow Votlc Oily -1������������<1 *������ ���������Z50������vW.'(~J  . ili.i.i-n      I ii   ni      . .      V i.iii    I     ,ii  Nl  ���������>Ur������7/'  J'llT.a  S  fnn-  ;>!..*.������ (1*  The Woman Alive  to herown b^t ihter*s^���������ttvsbbn  as there Is need, will biieljp Kei1 Vholo  eysteih with Uio tbnlo action of  :(-vyK,  .tiv'tvV  nf t IU(-.\   , Ji:������!I}.������ ir-.V'Vjy,.1 r*i.l ..  AH women sliould read the speeinl  dlrectloni with every bo������.  Sold Bvarjrwhar*,���������'  la kwns tls.  Dominion Express  Money Order* end  Foreign Draft*  FAYA������.r A^L LOVCn  THK  ff last ���������* <ftlay*4 In tH������ Malta ���������  rafunil will as ������r*nislly srMnsarf,  TRAVatLMWft' OHKQUKe I8SUKD  Mona>y ������������������ht by T������l������iri-������afih and  o������������i������ to all rrinoipai piti������������  ;  AgaMalaa L*������at������ilt Im all  O.P.fl. ���������utisn*  mmpmtmmi^''fMm^������m_  W. H. U, No. ������M  mm /���������Jt  If-J  %  m  |v|  I'1-5  m  H  I?* a  .3  .1  13*  i  Si  p  iti  9  THE  CANADIAN   BANK  y  OF  COMMERCE  ���������SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., Preside::r  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Mawagc:?*  m  CAPITALy- $10,000,000  REST.  ? r">  y-.-'Y^  i    iYi   i��������� ^*i  i  ind  THE SAVINGS  BANK DEFA  of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive do-posits \u S: and  upwards, on which interest is allowed at current j-nu**-. ; There is no  delay in withdrawing- the whole or nny portion ol: the de.po.-sii.     Small  234  1-  ;lay  deposits are welcomed  Accounts may.be opened in the names of two or more persons, to be  operated by any'one ofthe number or by the survivor. A joint account  of this kind saves expense in establishing: the ownership of tho rncney  after death, and is especially useful when a-man. desires, to. provide io-  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death.  PERCY B. FOWLER, MANAGER, CRESTON BRANCH  4-  rcston    n o i  T  f  /*!'  ^WN>^^'^0!t^^O^^^$������#^lK$Sg^^O^^^  ir   *-* -t?  77:.  ^\  you  u  1  \vh'  llJUKC*       15t>  rot t-h  ii  --  f    ���������  caJing |  nr. sluice  i':t* tiain  I* is ter -it  '. 'tvelii  < o  The Creston ^evielfr  SSSSW5  ^j5asss3crwscrscS3'~������'cy"y-. .-  Published every   Friday at Oreston, British < olurubia', by the Creston Publishing Co., at their office, Wilson Avenue, Oreston.  3. K. Johnson   -   Manager.  Raiph. G.'-'ScauTOS  HaaalOx  .tvw.f  xicv.r  di  ������  S Oi/r   Guests !  I Cb//   c/lqcdn  Xf<\$why*^4V\  3"ou  ���������������>  if ; . u  siyn   t  the   Crest- .i    Hold.        '1-. 'tveinng  men   will   . ^b.staniiutc   li.y.     Wc  ���������stiic"^-   ihe   com fori  of our guests.  The  room;;  are  well  furnished, in  a manner up-to-date.  Rooms reserved by Telegraph.  Headquarters for Alining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  aud Commercials.  Sahscsiption, ������8 00 ivyeor, in advance.  30-Day Notices, $5;  60,.$7.50; .90, $10  Tha B-wiow M tfco acknowledged advertising medium ot' the Creeton valley, ^ir-  ealstia-f in owe coe thousand braes throughout the Creston district. Our  c*l������mzw am ope������ to correspondents on live questions cf local interest. Oou-  tsifcatfeas moot be brief, written oo one side of the pppcr only and sigued, not  BeeemrUy farpublication, "but as evidfiwt- U good laiih. "We invite support  ia our ndeavo-oxs to iocreape the ns*fulness erf the Be-vii w Vj bringing in yonr  ������dTertiwinit������itB, sobsaiptions nnd news. Ounplajiits iuui subeditors as to  noa-refifiape ei -paper ^iS be psomptly attended to. Additse all comnimuea-  Jifnnto the   editor  /. B. Moran     -     -      frop. g  "efrQmery Stock  9.9  LECTURE DELIVERED BY M. S.  MIDDLETON,PROVINCIAL HORTICULTURIST, IN TKE MERCANTILE HALL, CRESTON, ON  MONDAY, 13TH FEBRUARY.  light across at right angles with the  base line. Commence with a right augle  and get yonr trees square. I recommend  the use of n planting board.   It is an  I advantage from the view of poUouisation  | to plant two sorts in eh orchard,  but  \ theycau be plauted in two sections and  i ni������ed;not, be   mixed   xip   one.;.with   the  other.    Tbis will simplify  the sprayiup  a?id packing.    The Jonothan, Wealthy,  and Wagner make good fillers^ because  ther mature rapidly, andwill be practically exhausted by the time tbey have to  be removed owiiig: to the inatority of the  Mr. J. P. Rose, President of the  Creston .Farmers Institute, istroduced  Mr. Middietou to the meeting.  Mr.   Middleton then lectnred as foi-1 orchard.   Trees blossom almost at  tl a  on  lows:  i -  same time, and it is   not necessary   to  In the selection of nursery stock, the | pay too touyh-attention to this, in iv-  firet thing is to get the best. The dif-1K >cd to the poHonisation Stick to *a few  ference in the cost of good stock as [ si*!wred -parieties of apples, and save  compared 'with poor stock, is very iittie,������isoor sbu -rucii;������������ito inar^sting. j.-v������o r,r-  cheap poor stoek is dear at any price.! three *>ood varieties on tea or fifteen  Bemember your stock is the foun iatiou j acres, planred iu two or three blocks, is  of your orchard, get good healthy stock,   the best sys em.  not  poor  immature   stuff;    Get   your      ������V recommend sprius - pl*atin.s. althAv  stock grown under your own eoaditioug, ^ there :s"iio"ri?al ohpc ion ro pianriii? An  ���������������ric ' thsTi������ll iiroviii.-.d vou ees ihe stock  ���������2pecia������.jr  Of  thp  l& .    <f i~* *  cilni  three  clusties   ot*  9*a/mTv^*itkfv������>ii4   *-)������������������ rvi^o t ������!���������������'������' r������lrl   ������**���������������/'?  conditions,  stock I  advise you not to plaut any other Theie  are three grades of this stock,   budded,  grafted   and  cut  back grafts in tbree  grades. A B. and C.    All plant���������< ar������ obtained from the seed, aud a seedling will  bo' one  year old in the fall i.f the-first  year.    These seedlings are re-plouted in  the apriug, and if ussd as budded Btuck,  they   are   budded  in   June   from   the  ground, and the following  spriiiu:   the  tree   is  cut  down to that bud    After  thiB spring of course the roots will  he  two years old, after it is growiug another summer io the nusery row it will  bo S years old; aud you will call it ono  year old; a one year old tree on a three  year old root.   This is generally bit?hor  than tho graft, which is one year old on  a two year old root.   If I were plantiiiM  in a small way. Bay less than 25 acres, I  should set the higher grade, that is A.  or 9,   In regard to the caro of the stock  aftor yoa reoeive it, oat tbe striags, re*  move tho packing, and at once hill your  treat iu and tramp your soil ia.   Cover  np woll,   Ic iB well to make a good deep  trenoh and work the soil well around  the rooti.   Bury the trees in the full,  top and  all,   that is tho best way to  ���������tore them over.   Tho bent way is to  order in the fall and got your Btuck iu  the  spring,  the  nurseries have better  storing facilities and tuke butter caro of  the atook tha than average grower. Any  person oan grow their own Btook.U they  . wish, there ia no seoret, if yon have a  good soil yon oon grow a good stock.   I  believe to a etrtain extent in the theory  of pedegree atook, bat there Is nothing  ineeleetlon aniens yon keep  up  your  cultivation.  There are foar systems of planting  extensively practiood, aud I can recommend throo systems to you in this dis-  trtct. 1st the ordinary square system  ���������with thn troos a certain distance upnrt;  2nd the aqaare with tho filler one way-  ������nd 3rd the square with the filler in the  oenter.  If yon intend to do any inter oropping  X reoommond system No 2. If yoa  havo anywhere near 100 troeo to the  acre, yon aro planting close enough for  cultivation. When tbe trees become  larger yon cau remove yonr lillerH, I  reooinmeuil fillniH in an orchurrt lioc.iuihc.  yoa procaro a larger revenue from a  young orchard in tbo early noa-xm. I  reoommond 100 trees to thn acre iuul  planting with fillers. As un iuter crop,  clover should bo plowed und������ir iu tin-  fulL   Yju have no truuulii with I'ii>*.ih |  A complete stoek of  Fresh Beef,Veal, Mutton,  Lamb and Pork,  Sausage, any kind  Hams and Bacon, Butter  aud   Eggs,    Lard,    Beef  Dripping, Etc.  I    Fresh Fish every Friday.  Snicked Fish all the time.  Our Smoked Silmon and  Halibut is choice.  any  entraj-rh.    Get-   tbe tr^.eri planter!vurlv in  the spring-    Do not expose ihe trees  t<>  tbe'atmosphere, prune the roots to umke  a growing surface,'and plant as rapidly'  as  possible.    Have . the''jcronud in ^ood  shape,   iimkt-t  tbe  holes   16 to 18 inch'-s  dfep, and tvanip ihe'soil-well around  the  root-: budded stock will'be plantod  1-1 to   IO  inches,  aud grafted  s ock   ������  little shnllovyer.    Plant deep  enough  to  ���������ivoid  suckers from the bas> of the true,  Du  nor  put  manure in  tr:e hole wlieu  planting     The pruning of  the roots is  very   important.    Make   a  good   sharp  clean cut, in a sloping direction ; always  prune the roots.    No inntter whnt you  are  planting,  prune the roots for qui'jU  growth.    Iris best to   have   two   nieu  when   planting,   one co prune the roots  and top, and nold the tree, the other  lo  U'O the shovel,    ^htiko  tho tree well,  juunp iu the hole and rrnmpA'ic us hard  ns you can     After  ihe  soil is filled in  level with the surface, make a lmiloh to  pi'ovent evaporation from  tha tramped  surface. It is not necessary to use wit tor  if your siil is in good ehapo.   Budded  trees   and  out  baok  graft   treed often  have a certain nuuiber of laterals in addition  to strnight growth.    Select for  yonr  growing branches  thoso  with a  wide anglo, do not select a lateral. V Top  yonr treo about  wo foet in  height nnd  ac the fall of tho yonr out. out at loasi  one of these strong branches or  two  of  them, tbo object being to force your side  branohos firat aud not allow your center  loader to   et too muoh start.   Thus you  check  the  top,  and your roots being  ���������trouger growth will be forced Into  tho  aide branches.   Aim nt a well balanced  treo from the commencement.  Tho lecturer thon answered many  quoHtioiin put by Messrs Lyon, Wigen,  ifymce, Miinn, Pease and otherH, and  took hie seat mnid applause, having been  spouking for 55 minutes.  I,  i-  t  1  *  t; d ii ������i  Li mi  ti������CJ  a  yy.  OM  _  B.C.  is-eKi-n I nr.rj liKtiicl���������District ot  Wi .si Ko'.ti-iuiy  .Take Notice Unit 1 1-innia l-'erirnsoii, 01  Nelsiin, 15C., muirieil -\\oninn, intends t<  apply lor pennKsmn io piiicliatie tliuiullow  liijj  fJc'Sci ilii'ii IuihN:  L'onnnciK'liifrat .1 \n>^i plantod on tho norll  bank o< suiiimil i lei-k, iibinit 10D fent toull  'of Kind p<i*>! ^'J *19fl. anil uljiiiit oni'-liiilf niili  fe-oiitli-wi-Mi-i-ly ii'i'iti \\,\. nuiLitli of Topui  Crrt-k. tln.-iicL> UH i-Ii.uhk idi-iIi, lltence 2'  cliaiiis <-asL, thence ai ihiinih somli, itienci  lio clmlns west, to point uf commencement  containing -10 acres moiv or less,  iiutea Juiiumy 3rd  Hill  KM MA KKHfJUSON, Applicant  22-S2 K1JWAKJ) FBUGUSON, Agem.  NOTICE  TN' TUEMATTKK OK AN AI'Hf.iC.M'IoN  for ilie ihsuc oi n (lupllcitto CVrtillculi' of Tltli  to linrfJfij/ Heron <>l lllofk il of lot 891 Oroii]) 3  Konluiiii-N "lii'-trict Mup HUH.  Mi'J'Ji'K lf> lIKKfcllY GIVEN (Hat it limy Intention to Insui- nt lli<> expiration oi  niie mo..ih afit-r tlie Hiht jiiiblicntlon licrcoi  ii iliiplicateofiiio ( eriHlciuc of 1 llic to tm  nbovf incniloiHit J' nd in tlie name of lm  bi-lla A, Knrlcy wlneli certlli'-nic In clittetl thi  lft!iid of uciolit r. li I'lliuid niiinlicrud 0208a.  HAMUKl, 15. l������OK  Ulati'lct Reslptrnr.  T nml JletjlKtry Ollleti, Kclhon, H.O., Jaiiuarj  25, mil.  for e&o uetw*  y$m&8k.  ^5f  p...  . o, Druf  Creston  a?J kT HZ?X SISCD 5900V  <9  NorrcF.  IN* TJIK MATTRIl OF AN /vT'l'LICATION  for the ihsnii Mi'</<iupllcato CeiilllcaieofTltle  to I.otn ft and (I, Mock 80, towh of CieHton,  Map O'.M.  ���������KOUCK Ifl UKRKUY GIVKN U|at II. limy Intonrton toiKHiieat llic e.xplnvlionol on.  montli iiiicr tlie 11 rut publication lieruoi 1  iliipllciiu ol the Ucrt'Ileum of THIn in tin  niiov. nn nlloncil lnnd In tlie unine ol'dieorni  WnHliliniiou KrciiMi wlileli CVrllllcate l^  duliiil20rh Maroli. 11)00, and nhmberod 10U70A  HAMUKb 11. IUiF���������  Dlhtrlet HcclRtmr.  i.nnrt UocUtry Oftlcu, Nelson, J). 0., February lHih, ion.  w.1     i"i...������ m>c:<������aiiat������8i������������u<.  SURE    SIGNS  OP KIDNEY TROQBliB  Failing Hair  Mrs. Juh. liurrla of Wappollii, Sask.,  nays:���������  "I hnve found Pnrlsiftii Sugo to ba tho  bi'nt hcuIp nnd hini- tonio nnd dressing,  i. have over iiH������d. My h������ir hml linon  eomnig out. in onmhi full nnd ww*. vory  dry and brill In mr.l the scalp wna always  itchiug and lull "f dundvatt'. X have used  two Unitlcrt uf PmlHi'in Snore und it l\n������*  HftipiMid my Imir from fulling, the Jrr-u-  inu' unit iliiniliulV hnve (llHtippenveil nud  ������uy linlr ih line nud sort nnd gloHny, .1  wotrd nor ho a it hont. t.liiw iiuu llnir  T'liiici for many times the p'ioe "  I'or women, mon, or children Pii'lulnn  HnjV'o ii  williout nny  doubii tlmtinn'st  Jif\>iif4\ imi for the Imir.     Dnililily   pi r-  li.nn il, i������ h lien I'liiin (.'rouse  ur siinki*  ,            ,   ,      ,            i,,      ,    .     ,        ,   'i'"1 ti'i'l ought to lm whom nvnrv inein-  liere and the clover will nn bent  plrmi-.l, ,���������,,.  ���������,   ,ll(,   Uoni], nld urn-li daily.  under in  tlm fall.   Leave about 2u inni, | j,i,iy,e i. nrie bOneuiii nt nil flriigxihiH or  ���������around tho ������:do from tho fenon liim. |������'.nu lim |������ropneioiH, Tin) Gin.u.v  Mi'g  When laying out an orchnrd  1 n-enui- i^iio^An^nHln; ,,1h,;!;m;v),^,o(S'  mend ������ho wiro nod menimro ������yntem Unn  l*> wlrt about 000 fw������t long und Mirctcu. JJrug & iijuk Ou,  npn.    Hold  nnd  piiiir.uileed by Ureulnu  If y.*mr hack in oauBtantly aching awl  if yoa experience dull shootiug pains  your kiduovH nre out of order. If you  mine is thick and olnidr nnd your pnsi-  ages frequent ROitiity imd pninfoi, youi  Utdnoys nnd blndder nro out of ordor  Negluol. ouiuldy brings ou ihounnitlHiu,  dinli- lis, Iumhn(tb/ floiution, etc.  Mra. Joan /Wnguer of 110 Hollifi St,  Unlifax, W. S. Rays: "Dull shootiniJ  puitiH would catch mo noroBH tho small  part of my Imolc nnd extend i'.to mx  Hhoulflern and noclr, often nnuHing mo ������������'  hiilVcr with Hovnre hoadnchcHS and spoils  uf d ���������/.ziuoHS Spots would drissselo hoforc  ���������iny eyes nnd every thing wonld turn  lihii'lc.    1 wriiild full tn the fl-inr nnd  h-  UUIlliUi   til   |iet   Up Mgllill Without HHhlHt  iiiiee. A friend mid mo nf Uont.hV  Iviiiney l.'illti und 1 begun ihnir utui. The  lh>t imx guvo me relief nnd I nm now  well nnd Kt'.miig "  All ilruugihM nol. Hotith'H Kidney Pills  I'or fi'ln n Imx with u gnnrnntno to relelve  (iv .vnur mnney bnelr. Tlinw nro 'he  wnrln's Kientcht. Hpemild for Kidney ami  lilndUcr MmuhIu, I'oHipnirl I'mm Ihe nrn-  nri.-tiiis'l'ln. |{��������� '].'. rionlh Oo , Lwl.,J'Vi  ICrle, (,)ni. r.old una guarautcrd by tin  CniHlou Mru.'t & lhmlc Oo.  Pnihi-r lk-ek milvctl in town mi Tih������h������  /-v������      "\y "Ryf e* -y  o^aveioarnonef; ||  m Wewaxiteveiyonelotow ||  %t we are payinS r ������  c-4Z luterest-r^.  peratmum cre&t$ m'thlf  on saving dppoa\to(^1~  & upward) subject toWih-  Srawal V cheque & ���������*  ontmeSepositeof*  SiMfionlilio^ovgr.^  ������c invest moncf tbrciieiita  mRrstmortSa^es&Soa  ^enernl ftacialkata.  We warftlfiur wvinjo accnt  ySxaxtjxdead ty&ratfr  F������03t Office ^ejtprgs  Ori^cror Reilstereo^^  better & vytfh5to>ya\a  -<���������*��������� any. way you wish.  \R/eare RSpoiwible  5  ReferKTT*-* + h-h.  or To anyone \ti *  I VANCOUVCR-  Write uddboiitit Way  Doitntw!!!!!  <:Ohl F&ercyl Has Anybody Seen  MyCat?'/  lh'\H p'irtinnhir ent, so the ctorv  ;r es. hsu'inj; fonnd a bottle of  X. Tl C. lioor, preferred its joy-  bii'>ci.itf qnnlitieu to n place by  "ni>! own fiiphide." Dnf you don't  m-eci ''ni won.lei" to t������ste the  ���������nli-suves of N R C Beer.���������Sold  uf nil hotela in Oreston.  B  o ifrew  ift,  h  '0,,  Win. Gosnell  Manager.  0  &  Is curing the cough which  ^C     ^O   ���������T)'*&rl} -3 //?������/���������     -/rye/-      *������*-wrt������  We also hal^e a special  cola tablet for cold in the  head and Body* 25c boxes  &  i " -4  $ Creston Drug &Book Co. v������  ^> ' A. x-^  CIGAR BANDS  nre   of ton   verv   pyetiy  bnt the  don't iirJd n parfieli-1 to rlin  iiavoi     %7:T/l  of ihe ci������:i- s.    "We linso cur claim  to yonr eonsi������ittr..iion on  THE'RXORLLfiXr!-;   OF   OUR  CH JARS.  The" nre ���������" arte ol tlip l-e^i fobnero  ::t;d In  tbr iv^: ci^n-m i!r.':,i:   pro*  oni'nblo.       I'll   v    ;i;:i>|..ll    Kilheex-  perienceii >mi>l;er bv their timi  ilnvoi, Mieiv I'xrjiiijjt(������ frinz-rnnee  and their ipi-I'kK hnrnimr (jivui-  ti(?s. Belter try th. in. Thoy'ro  worth u.  S.  POOLE  Prop.  reston .ttme 6 mm\ uo.  Billiards and Pool  jftj^m   R^OOXII   s^sfevg^  Cigars and Cigarettes  Hot or Cold Baths  At Any Hour  Razors Ground and Set  IATFiELD,Prop  <^������j**^/Vi*,^yVVV^*A^M������*������^^ ^AAAA������V*AAA<Wi  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables *  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  m All class of ruilNQUTS supplied At sl|ort notico.   The 'Rto?i ttjles off   j'  S OUTTEBB and BUGGIES tor aulo and hlro.   Snddlo nud iMivk horse** ^   %  * Speolnlity. * g  I Foed for salo. Ajjout for tho MoLnughlln MjtwJB. Oo. Horson formilo ������  ; I wn pr������p*red toVfUl all onloti, both by wht* and mail, waa m������et oil ttalm   *  * at nny hour of tuo dny or nl������ht. Oomon oiclnl mon and lMidM^ktw, will ������  c "'   rpcoivo prompt ftttention;V:-'\'A'y'':���������':''V'W''V: A :V ,v a o  . o  o  . o  ���������0  s ns Ob iVBOv^rGoxrij r^ro*p o.  J    Phono 56 . Sirdnri Avonuo     1 ���������'��������� .' Box 14    ������  UL .ImitAJtJUUUAJU.,ttS.SLSULSUUL0 " *������' lUUUUUlAJUUlJUl JUtftJUU AJUAiuiJU  ry. hi is.  _m\m Slmt,  (���������y ��������� ������������������ fix)  AND  CARRIAGE WORKS v.:  nuutvuM^imr* rr--rrri--nirT-iTt'iiT)iT'i<TiT-f-)r--irn-"m������"Wit)nr-.-rnTf irT'-i'ii t.imviw'ii.i'wiwhiiii.wiw^iii  DukkIoh, DiMiuHivatH, (Jijrfl untl Onttorn for hhIo nfc mHomiblo pYiiwu,  We do nil ltlnrt* ot repnh'ln't nml wood work with dinpntoK t  Onr i-li������>|i Ih Innntnd nniir v. n Orenlnn MeroimlilcOo.  Wo nvo niHii iif;nntri I'm- ������h������ ' voxoii  Kiii'Knry '0i4iiV'������My tt������d httudlO-  rin.t. fliuir. rnilt Ty.-z ' \.      y. .     ���������.;,:;  *l^.vmKm*^,^*mm,,>.*m.l������^,mmm,..u,.,,i+m,*i^'i>K**i*w*.m+rtm*iM.,*,^m,l^  ������   *    W, K. BROWN ;.���������*.���������;..���������  IHKB4  KW^MrnhmmmM  ** ��������� .  '   1  X\-'\  B.*891l|IVI'WIHI������������������ll'v!"4'T������WV'.������W"������������i������W.i������^������n'i'!������*  MilW^iiir.,-.fun4  'MVM*,,**)fa.'ft*4 :' Communication  SI  To tbe Editor of the Review.  De-ir Sir: I wonld like to make a few  reimirks ns a stranger coming into OreB-  ton to reside for a time   -  I have made many inquiries if there  ia a liiernry sooiety iu your floriBbing  town or if there is areidinerroom where  one can puss an hour or so in reading  the latest newspapers or magazines or if  If You Like to Drive  ���������you can indulge yourself by encnfiin" h  team from thiB liverv stable jnr as Ion*,'  ���������and as short a time as y������ n det.it-0.  This Livery Stable  is also prepared to send a carriage to  meet trains, t<* take yon sboppintt or calling, or to convey you to any June wed*  <dingsyou wish Jo attend.  Cameron Bros.  CRESTON LIVERY  Creston Farmers  Institute Meeting  Decide te Incorporate as a. Limited  Liability Company and 'Build  Warehouse al Once.  Considering the  importance  of   the  there is a tree public library where one^ business scheduled for discussion; there  li  A.   MlKAJbSbLLl  I THE   CRESTON   SHOEMAKER  I    Best Workmanship  |   Boots and Shoes made to Order  A Speciality  J  Starfces & Co.  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  @*de?sl CozsBoiMton Merebsats  NELSON       -        B. C.  cmii find their favorite authors or by  pa.1 ing a very small sum is entitled to a  membership card and can take ont a  Oook for a week or two and read it at  ine's leisure, and I am veiy sorry to say  there are none of these things here.  Now I think all of this could be remedied if Crestonites could be interested  enough to see what a benefit these places  would be to the to * n and how after  once astablished tbey^would be appreciated by the public.  Hoping that those who ave resided  here longer thin I have and know the  conditions of the town better than I do  will give this m itter their serious considerations and that we will soon have  oue or all of these conveniences in tbe  near inture.  As a first step towards a, irae reading;  room and pnblic library,  I wonld sug  gesfc the formation cf a Oreston Literary  Society.  Thanking you for space iu your wide  awake papvr, I will sign myself, "One  ot your readers."  Creston, B. C, February 21, 1911.  FASHIONABLE MILLINERY  Tarfoans, Bats and Bonnets in the  Law-st Styles    ITaaey Mounts  Plume 4 and Flowers iu  all the new Winter  Shades  i.  Children's wool and bearskin hoods  jackets, saitts. glows, overalls, etc  "i     is cTeat varJ6*t'������*  MRS.  M  jr\'c.iHvj  \jr������.ii  $Aillinery and I'anov St're   -  Fourth Street, Creston, B.C.  was ouly a very moderate attendance of  member* of the Farmers' Institute, at  ehe regular monthly meeting, in the old  schoolhouse on Friday night tbe 17th  instant. '<  At 8 :S0 p. ni. President F. 3. Bcse  took the chair and called the meeting te  order. The minutes of the previous  meeting of 20th'January, were read by  Secretary W. K. Brown, ond passed.  Several communications were read,  including a letter from the Powder  Company saying that the shipment  would leave on the 17ch February. A  letter from W E Scott. Superintendent  of Institutes, acknowledging receipt of  cuttings from the REVIEW, and con-  gratclatiflg the Institute upon the progress made during the past year. An  official communication was read approving of the change of name to "The  Crvsiea Fsrtaers Institute"' whica f������@m  uow on is the official title of the local  Institute.  President Rose then informed the  meeting that the "Warehouse question"  had been laid in the hands of the directors, who had written and obtained from  the Department all the information in  regard to same, and Mr. J Cook, Secretary for Directors, was called upon to  give the meeting the result of the inquiries made. ' , y  Mr. Cook then explained to the meeting, that the advice, of Mr. Scotland  the investigations of the Dirootors "bad  convinced tbem that the only manner  in which they could successfully build  'ihe warehouse and carry on the business  they looked forward tb doing, was to  incorporate under Section 1, Chapter 5,  of the Company Aot as ^mended for ihe  speoial circumstances of Farmers' Institutes. The Incorporation wonld b|������'<a  separate body, and tbe expenses "<tqt  registr ifiion wonld fee $10.00. V r  Mr. Cook then read th^ Aot, and explained the clauses of same in a full and  lncid manner, for the information' of  j the meeting.   Th? Act provides that the  profits up to S per cs"t wosld bs psy-  able as  dividends to the stockholders,  and any surplus profits over and above  this   would   be   divisable  among    the  Ring up phone No. 85, Ed F. Johnson  members of the Corporation according  when you need an exprriem-ed plumber, j to the proportion pf their products band-  MI- O - N A  An Excellent Stomach '���������Remedy  Mrs. J R. Whyte, Killarney, Manitoba, who says: "I have found great  comfort and relief from Mi-o-na. I had  been greatly troubled for months with  heart-burn -<nd a heavy burniug feeling  I in mv stomaoh. A fair meal wonld dia-  I turb me so muoh that I would have to  sit up at night���������the food would sour on  my stomach and form a gas which  would cause belch?ng and dixsy spells  These distressing troubles disappeared  after using Mi-o-na and I shall always  spe&k highly uf this excellent stomach  remedy "  Mi-o-na is the best prescription for  stomach trouble aver written. , It gives  qnick relief and cures permanently.  Mi o-na is put up iu tab et form and is  | small aud easy to swallow. Sold by  I leading druggists everywhere. 50 u nts,  with a guarantee to cure or ref and your  money Or postpaid trom Tlie R T  Booth' Co , Ltd , Fort Erie, Ont. You  will search the world over a> d not. find  a stomach remedy half so good bs Mi line. S Id mid guaranteed by the Or stou  DruR & Book Oo.  led during the year. It will thus be  seen that the advantages of the business  done through the warehouse, would  accrue to the stockholder?, the intention  l.ainrV        Ifl-*        ���������������!*.*       r..r\r\'t-l.r*MAr.~ . .r. %...       r.r-  ���������~���������^     .u,      vuq    nuut'ffcuutuvJ&fs      *.\f     t/o    nn  numerous as possible.  A long discussion followed in which  D. S. Timmons, J. F. Rose, W. K.  Brown, J. Ashe, A Miller, W. V. Jackson, S- S. Fairhead, W. Gobbett, J.  Hayden, A. Lindley and others took  part.  A motion was made thot the report of  the Directors be received, followed by  another motion "That we now proceed  to take up the matter of Incorporation,"  After further discussion both of these  motions were adopted unanimously.  Mr. J. Hayden then moved and D.  Pease seconded "That we Incorporate."  It was decided to call the Corporation  "The Farmers Incorporated Co-Operative Exchange." The shares to have a  par value of $10.00, payable as follows:  95.00 on application and the balance on  first callnx. mouths after allot t men fc.  A speoial meeting was decided upon  for the first Saturday in March, to consider the Incorporation farther.  After  this important  business  had  been transacted, th  A'i 11:10 p. m.  mestsug BujCtsmeti  &\e*tfs &iptes  , This week the King Lumber Company  has 13 teams at work hauling logs and  they expect to start their mill this week  at Yahk.  There is so muoh snow that it is practically impossible to skid logs or ties.    '  The timber is on the ground for a new  general store which is being built by  Mr. Murdock McLeod, the Eriokson  merchant.  The government bridge crew have  almost completed the second bridge at  Yahk, between the Kit>g mine and the  depot. %  Resident: of Yahlr are looking for an  early sprits* which shonld break abont  tbe end of February.  44Oh You Enqlish Sf>arr.dto$"  Prominent ranchers h^ve drawn the  attention of the Review to the fact that  miles* something is done the district in  the near inture will he infested with  the notorious -'tiuglisli tp������Tiow."  It teems timl ������it pie^ent there ere probability not more than 25 or ������0 of theso  birds which appear to go in one dock  and hava built their nests around some  oi the bhaine.-s blocks in town.  By request of some of the local ranchers, government Agent Teezel was  written to about these pests and in his  reply that official suggests that as the  matter is of such great imporance to  ��������� be district at large it might be well for  the Creston Board of Trade to take the  subject up. It is agreed on all sides  that the sparrowB should be destroyed,  hot tbe question is, who shall do the  job. The Review wonld be pleased to  hear from auy interested parties on the  subject by letter  %  U  iv  e  ADVERTISING  FOR  ADVgRTiSiNQ  We will dovoto this space  regularly to a series of Advertisements to stimulate Interest  In our Claaalfled Want Ads.  Wo are publicity advocate*  and practice our own precepts  because we appreciate their  value.  This series writ! bs pregntfitt  With pariInsnf (tAlMtg *f miumi  Interest, whether you wish <���������  buy or sell, to employ 6*- Ke  employed, to borrow or to lend,  to find a flsHSor er en ovtnzr.  It win pay us te run these  advertisements. That fa the  best proof wo have te offer that  YOU PAY WHEN CURED  DrsB&s & K* TAKE ALL H������S������CS  1 V^yh  The aias who whispers down a well  Abont the goods he bas te sell  Will sever reap the American dollars  Like one who climbs a tree and hollers  If yon are a subscriber to the Review  You'll see my ad in this issue,  For if we extended this verse  'Twouid ouly make ths poem worse,  I'm off to the hotel to have a drop,  I'll meet you at the tailor shop.        /  FOR SALE���������Tenm, wagon and sleigh.  Apply to F. C. Blair, Erickson, B. C.  _ .         Cured hy the, N*V Method Treatment _,���������  Ws^-MSaSeMswSiMS^MSNMMMiMMmnMM^MwaMBVHWMMMlMaHanMHH^^  WO NAMES OR PHOTOS VSSD WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT'  ~2l  NERVOUS DEBILITY  Thousands ot young and mkidle-cged men Are annually swept to a premature grave  through Early ladisentioas, Esceiaes and BlocS Diaaeaes. If you bave any of the following symptoms consult us before it b tea late. Are you nervous sod -weak, deepoo-  dent and gloomy, specks before the eyes, with ������Jark circles under thosn, weak bade,  kidneys irritable, palpitation of the heart, bashful, dreams-and tosses, sediment in urine,  pimples on the face, eyes sunken, hollow cheeks, careworn expression, poor memory,  , lifeless, distrustful, lack energy and strength, tired mornings, restless nights, changeable  moods, weak munnood, premature decay, bone pauvv Hair loose, sore throat, etc  ^ YOU     WILL     BE     A     WRECK  Our Nst������ Met&oe Treateaent enn cure yon snd make a man of yoa. TJnder its influence tbe brain becomes active, the blood purified, so that all pimples, blotches and ulcers  disappear, the nerves become strong na steel, eo that nervousness, bashf ulness and despondency vanish, the eye becomes bright, the tftc������ full and clear, energy returns to the  body and the moral, physical and sexual systems are invigorated: all drains cease���������no  snore puu waste firom the system. Don't let quacks and fakirs rob vou ot yonr tuuA  earned deusrs.  We will cure yoa or no pay.  EVERYTHING PRIVATE AND CQNFBDENTIAS.  READERs Wo matter who has treated you, write-flar an honest opinion Free of   Bllh Free���������"The Golden Monitor"  (Illustrated)^ on Secret Dbesaes of Men.  QUESTION UST FOR HOME TREATMENT SENT ON REQUEST  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St.,   Detroit, Mich*  I A  All letters from Canada must he addrcsaed  to our Canadian Correspondence Department in Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see aad treat  no patients in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters aa'follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Oat,  JWrite for onr private address. '' * --'���������-"  iwuwwiiiimbigiajiiiinii sbjbi-wu jaux-'WagnggaajT  According to Government Estimates  jT^ s~%, ���������^v     /x s~\ ^as ^*de    in    Western  C  J C   J C   w   ��������� OO Town Property Daring the  Year 1909  E  wtm  ���������  WWk  > Did yoti pnrtioipate in these huge profits or did you "pigeon-hole" the propositions submitted to you by  .your western friends for future oot'sideration?   In short, are you the mnn who made a profit or the unfortunate one who had the chance but did nob possess sufficient judgment to recognize the opportunity or sufficient  rqournge to olose a deal?   The man or woman entitled to sympathy is the one who soys: "Five or ten years  ago I had a chance to buy tbi<* or that property at $100 or $500, and now it is worth $10,000."   The average  '-person sneers tat tho person who make's such a statement and sajs: "I wonld have bought and made that  yrponey."   Are you going to. Bay five years from now, thot you bad a oh woe .to buy a lot in Poe, Alba,, at from  $50 to $100 onoh, or are you going to be the man who will have from $1,000 to $10,000 in cash as a result of  having bought proporty in this town in this year of grace, 1911.  Poe a Coming Commercial Centre.  Pop ia located on Iho main lino of the Grand Trunk Paolflo Railway between Edmonton and Saskatoon.  Jt is locntQd iu ono of tho fluent farming districts In Western Canada.   Tho surronnding country ia aottled by  (^cbtcommerota two CBSontiala in tho upbuildluglflfva largo town, thus creating raluablo real CBtate; '  Poe as a Manufacturlhf Centre  xy...  TWi townsite and oontlgnoas territory bus the rsQolremsnts ontUned by Urge mfmttfaoHiriif Mnoeimi  for the location of luge faoioilsa of liurge enterprises of any kind omployine lsr������e Bumb#r# of p������opl������. Tbe  rlveirf and lakes furnish water, the boat flolds nnd fotest-4 fnrnlnh fuel and oksap buiWlnf material, the Una  f sif Ming lands fttruisbfrmn prodnctNcnnbllng thO tetldoots to lit* at alow oeat. .'*..  Th* town Is looatoA on tho nmln lino or a traiisontitlupntnl r������Uway, aitariajt tke iMefiwy transportftttosi  faoilitlei,   These comblued conditions will fumiah olitmi* labor, one ot tbe mesl importaml featurai of ft aaa������������.'  faoturlng centre. ������������������ v. ..,���������'.  Poe townnite was recently placed on the market and already over 200 lots have been sold, and many of  these lots have already changed hands at a substantial inorease in prise. Most of these lots wero purchased by  representative business men throughout Canada, who are now profiting by their foresight.  The townsite is high and dry and very suitable for building purposes.  Opportunity  is uselAM unless yoa possess the court-go to act. You might poeuess groat wisdom, yon might read a good deal'  or travel niuoh and thus see aU kinds of opportunities to make money, but unless yon have the courage to not  on your jwdgmont and wisdom nil of theso desirable qualities are entirely useless.  Lots in Poe are a good investment at present prices. The town is bound to grow rapidly. Owing to the  easy terms of payment you have the ability to buy and if you do not bay now it in because you are looking in  eourage, and the obancos are yon will uover bo like the man yon now ndmiro most, rich, coowigootw and wise.  Torrens Title  '���������'���������   '    ' ���������>'   \;   ".*  -i   ��������� ,  X '   '..  Y 1 , ��������� i  - , ' ��������� h  Foe townsite ia held by na under the Torreus sygtem of title. Under this system the title is- guaranteed  by the Government, thorefore absolntoly safe, A,  ���������I  Prices and Terms  Prioai of lota range from $C0 to $100 eaoh, and they oan be purchased on terms of one'tonth oash, bal-  ���������nee tneifhteen equal monthly payments; or qnartsr eash, balance in six, twelve and elghtoen months.  v. IssffofRBfition.,' y  Wo havo ismed an attractive olronlar giving full Information pertaining to the town and its proapeots,  fc-geljW with map ehewing lota lew salt. If fm wish ��������������� reeeiva this attractive olroulor ent ont and fill in tha  allardied eonpoa aad nail It tons ksSay,  ������mmmm  Information Coupon  Gentl^mr-n.���������Wiih  a  view    to   buying  property In Pop, Altn., pinn������<* B������nd mo foil i������i������  formation, with mnpand price list, aud oblige.  Yomn Truly, ���������  ���������'" Nftino  i    ��������� i  m  X i  ��������� +  i:    I-  /���������  V  Land Co  '������������������f(r������*������*������#*t**i������t***fti  P. 0. find Pravinco  ���������������**���������****#������*  Land ^������oti������^siies and Investments. Union Bank Building, Winnipeg, Canada  nwmmmmmimimm i  I.''"  r.vv  '"xy' ������"'  yy  ���������lii* I  Imwmmmmmmmim  ���������Sm  ���������:'Xj,.j,,.,.,y,,^^,^,ak^mmmlmm.  ^tli^itiiiig^tmmmiiik  i  .-.. X X   ���������   :-'������' ,yl.y: ���������',< {���������' -,  'V>..l::A/AvVV:yV*VV,,vVY laipfliliiillilliii  ���������BBBBSBBSBSBBBSBBSB^  TO  iii;  p  ll|:';  llgV  I*5S:-"  '1  l-t*JSB--  ,'.  IA  [Mi;  is  1  i  If  gi7  I  m  ~~ If  THE   CRESTON,    B.C,    REVIEW.  11-  ���������  i  w  i  St-  V  of  SHIP WiTH A HISTORY.  The Old Pandora Is Now to Become!  a Yacht.  "A fine ship tor bucean<������������������"Tie or  for missionary work." With thia  comment Mr. T. W. Tamplin introduced the Pandora to the notice of  a select company at the Baltic Exchange sale-room recently.   The auc-  Many Believe That Nothing Short of  the Surgeon's Knife Will Effect  Cure.   They Do Not Know  Dr. Chase's Ointment.  The   agony ^ caused  by   ������!������_ irxtense j ^^        ut.uioia BFUtvc ut  1JCE   ���������  itching, the depressing andj^bimat-! ordinary "barkentine"���������douhtles-* the!  ing effect on the system,    the.   dreaa j cofrect Spei!ing���������and told something,)  lest   a   surgical   operation v might .oe    bu(. nQt & uthe> of her history.   -  necessary���������these are the things wmen       Thg Pandora was built in the roya-  make piles or hemorrhoids so distress-; d    k ard at Pembroke as far back as  The, doctors have been recommending surgical operations as the only  cure. But the surgical operation with  all its dangers and expense and pain,  does hot usually effect a lasting cure.  Many a case has been cured by Dr.  Chase's Ointment after the surgical  operation had failed. Here is a case  which doctors gave up.  Mr. J. Mawer, Eo.den, Man., writes:  "Dr. Chase'sOintment is a wonderful  preparation. X had itching piles for  over six years, &n6. though I tried  two -doctors'- prescriptions -and used  many other -preparations, could not  obtain muchVbehefit.% The doctor told  mesthere wasynq Vcureior me, and that  I would have: to undergo an operation.  A "I bought;a box of Dr. Chase's  Ointment and! was completely cured  in;one week.. As this was six months  ago and there has been no return of  the old trouble, I; believe thai the  cure '.is. a permanent one."  One thing certain, Dr. Chase's Ointment will bring you relief from the  ���������dreadful itching and burning almost  as soon as applied.  To make the cure thorough and lasting it is only -necessary for you to  keep up the treatment regularly ami  persistently. Don't be satisfied with  relief. - Dr. Chase's Ointment will  cure completely if you will da your  part. 60 cents a box, at allVdealefs,  or Edmanson, Bates &  Co., Toronto.  1867.    By the   calendar   she   should  have been scranned long since.   But  being built of oak and teak, fastened  with    copper    fit   for   coining,'' andl  sheathed  with  yellow  metal  she  hasl  resisted    the   forces   of    decay.*, the'  TO HAVE GREAT PARK  BRITISH COLUMBIA PLANS HUGE  PUBLIC PLAYGROUND.  During the Past Summer Hon. Price  Ellison Has Been Exploring a  Tract of Land In the Heart of  Vancouver Island for a Provincial  Reserve ��������� Crown Mountain ' Will  Be  Its Chief Glory.  MA D l   ' N - CAN& DA  play  P*sa������pi������re-  A new  public  (ground,    comprising     approximately  1 three hundred square   miles   of   the  wildest and most majestic mountain,  lake and   r,iver   scenery- in Canada.'  has just boen set apart,for -the use  and benefit of future, generations-by  thj British Columbia^Government .in  what is to be known as the  Provincial  National   Park   Reserve. 'in''the  heart of the .Vancouver Island Alps.'  The    park    surrounds    Buttle    Lake,-  namod  after   its    discoverer,   a .Cali-.  fornin  prospector of very early days,,  who  was  the first  to  penetrate  the.  interior .of   Vancouver   Island {   and  constitutes a veritable wonderland of  Huggs���������"What time is it?"  V Muggs���������"I don't know."  Huggs���������"Isn't your watch going?"  ��������� Muggs���������"Worse, it's gone!"  SMl&hh Gum  gntcfcly stops coughs, careaeolds, bsals  Afco  throat and  lungs. -    -   -   45 cents.  fierce bufferings of the sea, and the  persistent sawing and squeezing of  Arctic ice.  The Pandora was ..launched as a*  gunboat; and was known for a while  as the Newport. She is just under  150 feet in length, and her groasi  ���������measurement' is 339 tons. -She <waai  present, at the. opening of ,the Sues)  Canal, being then a brand-new,;  swagger little   ship.    It   was   as   thai  Pandora thai she was destined to be! . , ... .        ,  subsequently   l:-.own   almost   all   thel  mountain "peaks and gl.Hcien*.,, tumul-  world -yvev in the capacity of wi ex-M tuo"s waterfalls, gem-like  lakes and  ploraiion ship, or as a vessel engaged'   sombre forests.    in long and sometimes unusual yacht- \ ** hftf* never boon explored umu  ing cruises. Once more this ficklay^ Present summer, whon Hon.  craft changed her name. CaptainV ?ric% Hllson' then Minister of Crown  Wi"ios e^'led har the RJ������~.-������**ira ��������� -Lands, in person headed a party to  when he%mPloyed~her iu the famous ' penetrate its.fnstnessos and uicuient-  voyages to the Kara Sea. and the., ally, to cpnoucr hoary-heiidod Crown  rivers of Northern Siberia. But if, Mountain, the monarch of the Island  as the   Pandora that she at am! A,PS.    Ihe   party was   a remarkable  one m that it included tho daughter  of the Colonial Minister. Miss Myra  King Ellison, who, though but seventeen ye.'irs of age and girlishly slight  Has been Canada's favorite'  Yeast over a quarter of a  cesSassjr* Eaaougti for o ess  to produce 50 large loaves  of fine, wholesome* nourishing, home-made bread.  Do not experiment���������there  is nothing "just as good."  Winnipeg;  W. QlLLETT CO. LTD.  TORONTO, ONT.  was  earlier period explored the Arctic,',  and shed fume on Sir j\Uen Ycung j  arid his gallant comrades. Thr^e or1  four _voyages, it is said, she" made to,  tain-���������also that the maximum altitude of the Vancouver Island A^ps  will be found to considerably exceed  9,000 feet. The surveyors describe the  country generally os rougher, wilder  hnd''moro picturesque thnn anywhere  in the Selkirk:*, where the mountains  tower to heights of 12,000 feet and  upwards.  Throughout the new Provincial  Park signs of wapiti (Great American  Elk), of black bear, of wolves, and  of red deer were everywhere in evidence. A fair proportion of ptarmigan grouse and other feather game  is also reported; while every lake and  stream teems with trout. Mountain  goats. <*heep and chamois are to be  introduced in the park atia near date.  At no place were any signs of  aboriginal     residence    or    visitation  FOR  PINK EYE  DISTEMPER  CATARRH AL FEVER  AND ALL NOSE  AND  THROAT DISEASES  Gores the sick and acts as a preventative for others. Liquid given on  the tongue. Safe for brood mares and all others. Best kidney remedy ;  60 cents a Dottle; 80.00 the dozen. :Sold by all drugprlsts aiid harness  houses.   Distributors���������ALL WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.  SPOHN MEDICAL. CO., Cheniista, Coshes,' Ind., O. S. 'A,':  y Every boy has a chance to make a \  Aname for himself���������if 'his father isn't  Atoo rich.  ���������Minard's  Liniment   Cures  Cows.  Garget  Many a man who puts his money irti  a mine'comes out miaus. j  Insomnia usually troubles the wifej  of a man who talks'in. his sleep-  -Would Not he Without  Baby's Own Tablets  Mothers having orice used Baby's  Own Tablets for their little- ones  would not be without them. These  Tablets are a never failing remedy  or the little ills such as constipation, colic, worms, colds, etc., that  afflict so many little ones. Arid then,  too, they can be given With absolute  safety to the youngest child for they  are sold under the guarantee of *a  Government analyst to contain no  opiate or other harmful drug. Concerning them Mrs. Chas. Whatley,  Peterboro, Ont., writes: "I have  used Baby's Own Tablets for my little girl and have found them to be  of great value. Others to whom I  have recommended the Tablets say  they would not; be without them."  Sold by medicine dealers or by mail  at 25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockviiie, Ont.  they Ptilar seas.    On one occasion ?ha  vvas7 lifted: 9 feet  above  tbe ioe, but"  sh-Ygot clown aaain unharmed.  Vlt was  the  Pandora  which survev-  ed-the-''Straits of Magellan, and thus  made available   for   a huge   fleet   cf  modern ��������� steamers thus =hort jciU from  Atlantic   to   Pacific.    Whsn   in   later  years she was   used as   a yarM   =he"  numbered among her owners Mr. An-'  drew''Goats-, of Paisley. Scotland   Still  later Yhe    was    acquired    by  Mt.. T.j  Caradoc Kerry, and made an expedi-i  tinn  to  the  lonely isle' of Tristan ^n,  Cunha,    With it all she was recentlv  declared  to  be  as% good ' a* *������ver  she  was  by  a  Scottish  - shipbuilder    who'  surveyed her.   Somebody with an eye'  on  her copper 'fastenings is *������!-*, to  haveVoffsrAd SI5.^00-for bet for break-  ing-up  purposes, - hisSl - thia proved   to,  be  the  startinsr-iwice at ,the auction,  and she was' ultimately knocked down  for S2U.00Q to Mr. Buckley.    It is reported that she vrill be *m^lov������������d  aa  a   yacht-     Evidently   the   Pandora'3'  career is not ended, and perhsps the  world may yet hear of her as earning  fresh laurels.   She can do er������*������t "  * *s  under ������team   and "eleven   if  the   un-  bought wind is also pressed into her  service.  A man's table, manners may depend  on the layout before him.  It isn't half us hard to buy a man  as it is to keep him bought.  Mothers can casiiy know when their  children are troubled with worms, and  they lose no time in applying tho best  of remedies���������Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator.  Never judge  n.  man's fondness for  cabbage by the cigars he givea you.  It doesn't hrenk into   the    scandal  class until it becomes talked about.  OLD PROSPECTOR  TELLS HIS STORY  HIS  REAL   TROUBLES   STARTED  WHEN   RHEUMATISM  GOT HIM  Who Knows London?  Scotland Yard is in a fair way to  making itself supremely ridiculous  over the manner in which it ouestiona  applicants for licenses to drive taxi-  cabs. Here, for 'instance;'''are 'a'"'few.'  enquiries that it is vouched for have;  recently been addressed to theso  men:    ���������      '������������������'������������������-"���������\ v.  How would you .take a fare from the  Microscopical Society offices to .the  headquarters of the ToxophilitefVSo������>  ciety, giving the names bf streets, etc.,  on the quickest ;route?yy# i  Similarly from the GernVan Hospi-]  tal to the Italian Hospital? !  From Kuston Sauare Station (Gower  street* tb'the Cafe Royal?*   w'     "^ '  From Holford Square to Lloyd  Square? (next door.)  From the Caledonian Club to  Queen's Club? >    , y.  From the National Liberal Club to,  the Cobden Club? (which has moved  its address several times lately.)  From the Zoological Gardens to Pad-  dincton Recreation Ground?  From Campden Hill Square to  Westminster .Club? (a rare name for  St. Stephen's Club.)  From Westminster Abbey to the  Collegiate Church of St. Peter, Westminster? (one and the-same place.)  No wonder that the1 cab compii'iie*  p-" 'complaining of the crtorojty of  qualified drivers!   .-,. -*:  .'���������'���������i. All About It.   y[i}'"ti  To   appreciate  fully   this' scrap1 o!  ! dialogue quoted trom  London  Punch  * ono should see tho two odd characters engaged in. it.    Apparently they  parted satisfied, ono tliat he had imparted somo real information, tho other that ho had received some.   Said  ono man:  "D'you recollec' old wot'a 'ia nameF"  "'Im with tho co*larP"'   ��������� *   '���������'���������  ���������Aye!'  succeeded in Weeping piico with the  hardiest, frontiersmen of the expedition, and insisted ut>on carrying ht>r  own fitty-poimd "pack" during the  whole ascent of Crown Mountain,  which it wns her proud privilege to  christen in foaming wine as "Ellison  Peak." Myra riveryluke and falls,  discovered in the course of the expedition's researches, are named in  honor of this "dauntless little' lady,  tho first of her sex to have invaded  the maze of mountains found in the  Vancouver Island interior.  The special report of the expedition was laid before the Government  of British Columbia by Hon. Mr.  Ellison ju<5't prior to his departure for  England, where he'is now visiting, it^  being his first return to his > native  land since he left it thirty-five vears  j ago, with the determination to build  up a fortune in the new western-  world. In this ambition he has succeeded as well as he has in provincial politics,' being rated to-day  among British Columbia's millionaires, and the proprietor of one of  the largest and most'.admired estates  in Western Canada. Retiring from  the administration of the Department  of Public Lands, he became Minister  of Finance and Agriculture only -a  few weeks ago.  grace  before   Milton,   a  grace  encountered, the interior of Vancou- j Shakespeare,    a   devotional    exercise  ver Island   in   its   northern   reaches 1 proper to be said before reading the  Faerie Queene?���������Charles Lamb'.  On Saying Grace I The Only  Requirement"  I  own that I 'am disposed  to  say!    Hospital Physician���������Which ward do  grace upon twenty other occasions in you wish to be taken to?   A pay ward  Ui.e course of the day besides my din- or a   ner.    I  want  a  form  of  setting, out     Maloney���������Iny  of  thim,  Doc, thot's  upon a pleasant walk, for a moonlight safely for Redmond. Y ?    -  ramble,  for  a friendly  meeting of  a t  '���������  ,  solved problem.    Why have we none!  for  books,  those   spiritual  repasts���������a  Milton,   a  g-race   before  At  meeting   of   Parliament   at  having been shunned from time immemorial by the native races, either  through superstitious fear of the  "Massache Ikta'J���������the Evil Spirit of  the red man���������or, a more practical explanation, because ,the Pacific Coast  Indian,care3 not to fare,���������far.'from his  canoe, and has in him no germ of the  enthusiasm of the mountaineer.  A REMARKABLE COACH.  Harry Griffith Has a Genius for Getting" Rugby Material.  ��������� If anyone ������"will dispute the statement ���������thafcVthe*greatest1 athletic coach  , in*; Canada is M*.'Harry Griffith, of  the ��������� 'Varsity- Rugby team, no one  will deny that he' is oYremarkable  personality. Mr. Griffith differs almost completely from the traditional  idea of a coach. As he wanders along  the side-lines enveloped in his overcoat, he strikes the average onlooker  as" being slightly undersized, and his  manner is so unassertive that one  ���������wonders how it ever becomes commanding; As a matter of fact, he  does not get results by shouting at  his men", but goes about his work  with quiet earnestness, studying the  team scientifically' and  adopting the  ��������� Corns cripple the feei and make  walking a torture, yet sure relief in  the shape of Holloway's Corn Cure ia  within reach of all.  It isn't easy for a woman to look na  SMhhh ^>um  ���������U1&7 *���������*��������� owe*. ��������������������� ���������?������������- ������J5Jf  SuTtSrMtW ta������lt������. ���������..���������   ��������� ** ������������������������������  it isn t easy ior a woman io iook nu-1 treasury, who was formerly tne <  tural when she is having her picture j jester, "all our coffers are^empty  "I tell you I, must have * some  money!" roared the King of * Montana, who was in ' sore 'financial  straits. "Somebody will have to cough  up." ,  "Alas 1" sighed the gviardi'ah of the  who was tormerly* the court  taken  It's the natural bravery of a" widow  that makes her want to take another  chance. *  I was cured of painful    Goitre   by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  BAYARD McMULLIN.  Chatham, Ont.  ' I was  cuTed    of    Inflammation by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  MRS. W. A. JOHNSON.  Walsh, Ont.  ,    I was cured of Facial Neuralgia by  | MINARD'S LINIMENT.  J  Plasters, Ointments and Sulphur wero  Alike   Useless,   but   Dodd's   Kidney  Pills Made a New Man of Him.  Princeton, B.C. (Special).���������AU over  Canada people arc telling of tho great  work Dodd'rt Kidney Pillti aro doing,  nnd even In the Rocky mountain fant-  ncBHes where nature nidCH her mines,  nw-n  arc  tolling  of  curen  made  and  suffering relieved by the great Canadian Kidney remedy.   Wm.. Murray,  sixty-years old,    who    ha������    trampod  tho frontier ns a lumber jock, rancher, prospector,    miner,    hunter    and  trapper, and who* him fricudH all over  thn went, is one of tho������c.    Many    a  tale of hardship  and danger he enn  tell, but his  find, real  trouble catno  whon rheumatism dunned him,  "I clipped on Die idoiiiitaiiisidi* mid  nirniiK'd my kidneys nnd Mkmi my  trouble all no'-med to bf-t in at open,  I had nearly all the aymploniH of  Lumbago, Seifilicn, Neuralgiii, Pin-  bntea, Propny, and Bright'n DUciiHe,"  Mr. Murray Mnfen.  "Then I broke out in n terrible, riiuli  that, spread all over rny body and ki'pti  me in torture. I tried all Boris <if  liniment* and ointrnentfl and look sulphur enoudi to fdnrt ��������������� little linden nf  my own. Butt it woh all no une. Tluin  I tried .rindd\ Kidney Pilln, and all I  can nny in they rnndn a new man ol  nie."  W. N. U., No. 624  "Wot nbaht 'im?.'' , ,   >  " 'B 'ad to go down"���������jerk ol tho  head���������-"you know.  Thoy give *im wot  you call itr-aidn't arl git it, I dou't  think!"  "Rcolyl"  " 'Adn't. you 'eard, thdnP"  "I  did   'ear  somelhilc,  but uo details, not afore.now." v,v  England's Newspaper Tax.  On .time IS, IB&5, England'* newspaper btump duty was abolished, and  tho reign ot' tho cheap daily began.  This "tax on knowledge" wna ur.nt, .������*.  posed in'17112 und was mado most severe by tho act ol 1820, which fixed ������i  it at & couttj a shoot, with 87 centa '  duty on oach advertisement. Tha  Whiga reduced tho duty to a penny in  1830, hut when tho Crimonn war broke  out and ovury ono wanted tho ucwd  oven a penny duty wo* found to bo  intolerable). Its repeal iu called tha  Magna Charta of thu British, prod*.  The Music Baton.  Musical batons woro first used in  England about 1820, but it w������n not  until about twelve years lator that  thn botorm camo into kaqqtaI uso.  Then a Gorman conductor by uiiiiu  ono obtained such wonderful results  from bid orchoatra that oth^o thought*  thero must bo magic In this Hit Is  wand, aud tlioy woro quick to use  Up to this timo, as indeed, mwr  Victoria, provision^ will- be-v made"������- for  the construction ot roads and. trails  into the new Provincial Park, while  |,iCanadian, Northern.:surveyors are now  investigating the possibility of carry-  rig the railway to the new wonder?  land in the immediate future.  The investigations   made   by. Hon.,  Mr.  Ellison  and bis assistants have-i  disclosed many newA and interesting  facts7 in   connectionV?with^the   littt*?  known Varieouver Island, Alps, onfe of:  which is, that   there   exist, ' in    all  probability,  other, and  higher  peaks  than Crown Mountain, in the vicin-  ���������..|ty,,.,pfJ,-.thelf.Pr,pyin^al,'..Eark> to. ternp^,  the skill, the, daring and the endurance of   new generations   of   mountaineers;  while another Vis  that the )  Park  boundaries  extend fully  sev^n  miles   further   northerly   than   had  been supposed.''The park is described by Col.: W. J.v H. Holmes, C.E.,  P.L.S., who miideva careful triangu-  lation Purvey of Buttle Lake and the  surrounding  areas,  as   "situated   in  the shape of a right-angled triangle,  with  its   north-westerly   apex   some  few miles to the south of the fiftieth  parallel, and about 28 miles from the  east coast of Vancouver..Island.    It  then follows;the-boundary, line of the  Esquimalt and'Nanaimo Railway reserve ' for'  forty-four:   miles    southeasterly,.' thence ^turning   duo   west  until met by a' perpendicular dropped  trom tho ^.north-western ,. apex.    This  etielosed iirea cbhtains   between   270  and 300 square miles of mountains,  gluciers,   lakf>8   and   livers.     Buttle  Lake  itself is  eighteen   and  a   libit  miles long, and (at a maximum) one  mile wide, its   shores   and   hillsides,  covered with, fir and cedar, gradually  giving,    place    'to     sharply-pointed  masses'''of-rock' towering to heights'of  from 4,000 to 8,000 feet, covered   on  their'northern facoB   with   perpetual  snoWB.   To the cast of tho Lake, the  Albert Edward and Alexandria ranges  dominate the scene."  Parkdale, Ont.  J. H. BAILEY.  "The.,v|ow.|from .Crown Mountain,"  siiyB Hon. MrV Ellison's ofllcial -re-  port,' "is*'n glorious ono of the Victoria peaks dominating all tho surrounding country. Ono of these,  King Goorgo Ponlc, rises for 3,000 foot  with shoor walls on all sides, and  tho wholo leaning ovor to tho north at  a HiirpriRlng tingle. ������o tho north--  almost "bqnonth-~fod by tho living  'BribM 6C Orowii Mb������rttnih7 i������ nn -un-  fhthoVhablo omeruJdtHi*fcon loko entire-  ������ily^hiit^m on" WSo - sides by tho  ^hiorsoshoo-   ponfpmtotion    of   Crown  Mountnin, this lake being tho source  of Adamu rivor, which winds away  to thn north through a dooply in-  dontod forest landacnpo, until it dis-  appears behind n long rnngo of mountains )n the mjddlo distnnce, In the  bnekgroiintl, eirbwnlng thin rnngo,  appear tho. finow-coyerod mountnlns  of tho British Columbia mainland,  botweon Knight's, and Buto Inlet.  To tho ou������it, through n gnp botweon  Myrn and Fliinugun 'Mountains, a  long vnlloy coons out, containing  lower OiimpbeH Lake nnd tho soa������  bonrd nround Cupo Muilgo. To the  south, Iho oyo moots a novor������ondlnt{  nuceoHr.ion of peaks nnd gli-oiors  stretching to the horUbri.-'  There enn he no doubt In tho opln*  ono. up to turn nmo, as inuoou. m*A7 j ion of lion. Mr. Ellison nnd the pro-  bo soon In many up to data orchestras,! fcHftUmn) mnmbors ot the party, thnt  tho tima is kept by tbo first ylollaUfc Mount Klnnngnn hns heretofore been  ������L*Mb* ������������������������ *t tb* piano. ������cn������rnlly mistnkott tat Crown Mou������  same means ot strengthening its  weak points. It speaks' volumes' for  his bearing that, even after a whole  season on the playing field as one of  the boysi he is still-"Mr. Griffith" to.  all: of them. s The figure of Mr. Griffith will linger in the memories of  those who have seen him on the  side-lines long after. more conspicuous and noisy coaches are forgotten.  He invariably carries a cane, and bis  pipe is his constant companion. It  has been said, that Mr. Griffith has  only one way of showing excitement  ���������anybody watching him notices that  he is pulling hard and fast at his  little  smoker. ���������    .������..,.  His success as a coach has been  almost abnormal. When he taught  at RicHey College, the St. Catharines  preparatory school had the greatest  team of its history, and when he  came to Toronto he began immediately to manufacture. winning teams  at the University. He has won the  Intercollegiate and, Dominion championships/and this year annexed the  Yates* Cup, accomplishing' the feat  for the first time in the history of  the Intercollegiate League. This  record is a triumph for brain and  personality.  During ono of the games at Rose-  dale this season, a representative of  an  Eastern  college  was  speaking of  1 the wonderful showing of the 'Varsity  team.    "You seem to have struck a  regular mine of Rugby material," ho  said,   "and  judging  from  your  new  players,.>it is   not yet, showing   any  1signs.of.running out."  "'! ..''Oh'.Vit is not so'much,tho material;" said a Toronto enthusiast, pointing to where Mr. Griffith was puffling  liis ...('pipe on tho 'Sido-lines, "tho important -.thing, is to hnvo that little  maVn put hip stamp on it."  Their Favorite Songs.  Since such nn interest has boon  taken in the mattor ot n nationnl  song, it hns boon considered*1 wiso. to  enter upon tho subject ot f rivor I to  molodlcs with prominent Canadians  and find out thoir preference.  .SiryiWilfridr Lnurier,   declares   hin  , fondness for rmutica\ songs und never  'tires bl "A Life on.,tho,Oconn Wave"  "aUcV ,fA Sudor's 'Lifo for Mo." *  Mr.f Henri Bhurussn,   on tho contrary, has no, fondncrfn for songs of  4bft4$fP-9JY������ ������d,*P-Mfp.*ra: ,tno. .^Implo  melody   ot ."My   Country,   'Tls   of  Theo."  ��������� Mr. F. D, Monk has n liking for  tho sontimontnl nnd is dooply nffoct-  od by "The Girl I Left Behind Mo,"  tho lady in tho case being thnt ancient dnmsol known us tho Conservative Party.  Mr. R. L. Borden is nfdlctod with  a fondneps for gcntlo lyrics and prefers lullabies to nny othor kind of  molody. "Rock Mo to Sloop, Mother"  Is his favorite song.  J3tr Jamofl Whitney Booms tho  lighter Inys nnd professes to indulge  in such outbursts as "Lot Mo Liko a  Soldier Fall," nnd "Hold the Fort."���������  Courier,  More people would take cahnces if  they eould put them back in case they  didn't turn out right.  One way to remain happily married  is to cut out your relatives who are  afflicted with the butt-in habit.  jester,  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper.    *. i ..    . >  Everybody would -like- to -.be >good if  ,  there   was  any  cheerful  company ^to  keep* it ^in.-���������       '   Y>-? T   ii,'\ ,','���������   -^  Brag about a girl to her female  friends if you " would . discover her  faults.  ������������������* .  Sudden transition from hot to cold  temperature, exposure to* rain, sitting  in a draught, unseasonable substitution of light for heavy clothing, are  fruitful causes of colds and the resultant cough so perilous to persons' of  weak lungs. Among the many medicines for bronchial disorders so arising, there is none better than Bickle's  Anti-Consumptive Syrup. Try it and  become convinced.   Price 25 cents.  Easier       ..V>   .* -  Miss Smith���������Now, Madge,. tell me,  which would you rather be���������pretty or  good? -;  Madge (promptly)���������I would . rather  be pretty, Miss Smith; I can easily  be good wl(enever I like to try.���������  Punch.  Vou Can Work Near a Window  in winter when you have a Perfection Oil Heater. It is a portable  radiator which can be mov-ed to  any part of a room, or to any room  in a house.   When ybu have a  Ahnhttefy tmohsleu mi odorUt*  you do aot have to work close so the  stove, which is usually far from the  window. You can work where you  wish, and be warm. You can work on  dull winter days In the full light near  the window* without being chilled to  the bone. ������-  The Perfection Oil Heater quickly  gives heat, and with one filling of the  font burns steadily for nine hours, without smoke or smell. An  indicator always snows the amount of oil in the font. The filler-  cap, put in like a cork in a bottle, Is attached by a chain. This  heater has a cool handle and a damper top. - .a  The Perfection OU Heater has an automatic-locking  flame Spreader, which prevents the wick from bglng turned  high enough to smoke, and Is easy to remove and drop back, so  the wick can be quickly cleaned. The burner body'or gallery  cannot become wedged and can be unscrewed In an Instant for  rewlcklna. The Perfection Oil Heater Is finished In Japan! or  nickel, Is strong, durable, well-made, built for service, and yet  light and ornamental.  Dnltn BMtyyhirt.  It net mtytur*. wrffli/yr Aftf-frM* ������*wAr  h��������������� HttYttnttmy,t\/m .-j,,,,. .^ly  Chopatloks.  Whon a Clilnnnisn ont������ rleo he  places tho bowl closo to his lips and,  Rlvlnft tho chopsticks a rotutlng movo-  tnont, sends n stondy current of grain  down bin ysophauu*.  WHEN IT. GOMES TO  PAPER SAGS and  MATCHES  W������ ���������������������������������   averywhere with th������   ���������t������nd������rd ������oodf.  |������������per nnd WlatchM *r������ our spoclaltlM.   Ut un  know v������ur w������nt���������������Wil do tht mt.  TheE.B.EddyCo.Ltd  HUU, WMM  TKKS It ������������ER3SEf UIMITED, A������.nU, Wlnnlp-ig, OaUcwry, BdmftntOri,  TKKB *. rRwa"^-Ji,rW| f0rt William and Port Arthur.  ii&^������w^  !������'/ ^tfimJ*********'****'**^  'CMw'rii'HtiW*! [i-Mmum***!** msmm&������MMMmm������ssmM&  ,y-:,,,=... n;  ?**Svi  *?M  wm  WM3$m  -���������ssiiMyyiPXs^f  m  Mssafe&wssa'  m  '; I.' ��������� 'tlV'-Tr i !'. '$.'',', r? 'c'  KPS  Pi  siS������  ^af-si  i������  /^S^cSESTOisf,'"' b;: tC'"' iraviEw:  ^s^fe^fe!** 'tY^*k?i?aa*iS|  c&A'-o.,-'.^^^^  ::ixxxiyyyy������yyxww'y:yx>!tt^{  "','���������������������������    'i '','. *''VM-    -1 ���������*.'*-���������-'^���������"i������!Miii^!'*^>'."/iiif'T^:--^'''i*.-''  ���������-. :������������������ yjf^^t^yyiYxy>!v  :--:x-'.~::x:y:i^y^f'-!xXfXr-;yxiXti\  ���������-si  \       , -fl  I  s  A "WRITER upon physiognomy  says: "In choosing acquaintance  or"'friend, look him squarely In  the eye. If he have a shifty,  uneasy or sinister look, discard all  thoughts ot intimacy."  - "We may adapt and apply the bit of  sage advice to the subject now in hand.  In selecting your fish, lawk at the eyes.  If they are sunken, dull and glazed, the  chances are against his fitness for  further, acquaintanceship, if the gills  (which we may take as representatives  of the human handshake) are flabby  and dejected and slightly vise-id, score  anothei point against hi.n. F.nally, if  the odor of the body be decide'dly  "fishy," dismiss aU ideas of purchase of  that particular specimen oj. the finny  tribe.  A lively correspondent in this number  of the Housemothers' Exchange tells  us how practicable is absolute f.eedo.a  from the aforesaid odor, if proper precautions be "used. Her sketch of the  sequel of the fishing excursions made,  in company with her "John" is tantallz-  -*���������*������   tC   ths   hGuSCVtCLitcV   who   must   Ge-  jpend upon her own judgment Jn the se-  -ffectfon of marketed flsh. or be helpless  In the hands of the vender.  Elsewhere, I have dropped a warning  word upon this last head: "Now that  flsh and oysters are bedded in ice until  the.; wiliest connoisseur may be mistaken ^ in their age, it behooves the  housemother to /enow, first of all, that  she ls dealing with a man with a conscience as free fro>n^_re>proach as she  would have her halibut, salmon and  oysters." (Complete Cook Book, page 5.)  Thrice blessed is the woman whose  husband or son is a practiced disciple of  dear old Izaak Walton! If-she can persuade him to stop at the' fish market on  his way downtown and choose the fish  for dinner,. she Is pretty sure to be  secure from Imposition with regard to  the quality of the purchase. It Is quite  as certain, I may remark, that he will  pay mote for the fish than she would.  John is seldom "strong" upon economy  where hia ta.ble is concerned. This paves  the way for another cautionary remark,  and one I would errphaslse with all my  might: There should be no second  quality of flsh!  IJlte eggs, It should be first rate, and  altogether free from suspicion, or It  should not be at all, so far as our domestic caterer ls concerned.  Have I ever told in/the Exchange, or  liere, of a visit I paid' to the Ghetto In  Jerusalem, under the convoy of a native  resident missionary? It was a muggy.  " misty:; afternoon/ but a crowd of men  nnd women had gathered about a man  who was - shouting volubly from his  stand on a barrel in a tongue unknown to my earn. Tho interpreter  explained: '  "Ho ,1s selling spoiled fish at a penny  per pound!"  Being comparatively unlearned" In the  minor niceties of the English language,  he used a ranker word than "spoiled"  to describe the quality of the wares.  "And these people really eat them!"  I  cried.  "But," yes, madam! Why not? They  are  too  poor  to  be   nice."  Returning gratefully to American  markets and cold storage, I counsel discretion in the selection of species in  purchasing fish. Certain kinds suffer  less in the proeuss of artificial preservation than others. Salmon, cod and  halibut, with others of the firm-^eshed  varieiles, mav be carried over safely into  a later season, and deceive the wiliest  of the above-mentioned connoisseurs.  Whereas, to eat shad and their congeners after the harvest is passed is  to tempt ptomaine poisoning. Not a  winter passes without bringing us  lamentable proof of, this, yet shad holds  an honorable place upon hotel and restaurant bills of fare for six months of  the  year.  Study, then, the right seasons for your  ������������u3n  yo.jr  *..)l..������J.,,.. ~   tells you that the kind you want ls "out  of the market," take/his word for it and  Chooge something else.  "In declaring that Vhere should be no>  second quality of fish, I refer to the.  condition and not to the species. Cod  may -be as good In its way as the ^aristocratic salmon, if both are fresh and  sound. Smelts are as respectable as  trout, although costing half as much.  With regard to the much-vaunted  wholesomeness of fiBh, urged upon  our consideration by - dietitians who  war against too muoh meat-eating,  may I drop a doubting word? Pish is  no more nutritious and digestible for  everybody than are nuts, which are just  now a good second to it. A woman to'  whom all kinds- of shellfish are an  active poison, and who -approaches  every var'oty of the piscato-y genus  with caution, quoted to me tho other  day a proverl> I had not heard before:  "The Englishman's flsh is the'Frenchman's polsson (poison)."  There Is a deep meaning In the play  upon words. Do not Insist that' any  one food shall agree with every constitution. If youN find, after repeated  trials, that the fish the rest of the family relishes nnd digests comfortably ls  veritable "poison" to you, do no further  violence,to nature In persisting in eating It. ��������� - -  When you can digest lt with as  much satisfaction as you had in eating lt, adopt it as a substitute for  meat, and rejoice in the knowledge  that, by reason of a plentiful supply  ���������of phosphates. It makes excellent  nerve and brain food.  Always presupposing- that It Is n.ot  robbed of every virtop by long keeping' and Improper, cookery.  Fishing   John's   wife   has   told   us  how -wisely her husband  guarded his  "catch1"      against      putrefaction}        If  cleaned thoroughly, washed and then  wiped perfectly dry with a clean and  sterilized       cloth,       it       is ,.  measure-  ably  secured against the germ-laden  air until you can pack it down in ice.  Do  not  be  afraid  to   lay   it  directlv  upon the ice.   It will not suffer by the  contact.    Do   not   take   it   out   of   the  domestic  cold   storage   until  you  aie  ready   to   oook  it.    Should   other   anti-  seDtic   agency   be   necessary   to   preserve It,"on account of extremely hot  weather,   wrap   charcoal   in   paper   and  put inside of and about tlie flsh.   Spare  no pains to hold it at a low and even  temperature.    If,  in cooking flsh, the  smell     stealing     from     the    kitchen  through the house betrays unequivocally  the   Identity of  the  food  to  be  served presently, the flsh is not perfectly  fresh. - I have  often remarked  upon, this fact during*, a residence of  *.������/j.*i.y summers .ii i.i������ i&ne country o*.  New* JerSey'/Piekerelybass and perch  caught -in ,,-the   lovely   lakelet   which  washes "the   foot   of   my   lawn,   and  dressed   and   cooked   within   a   few*  hours   after  leaving   the   water,   are  absolutely non-committal as to their  nature, while on the Are.   We might  -.be frying chicken, or broiling squabs,  'Instead of preparing flsh for dinner.  Baked Pickerel "With Cream Gravy-  After cleaning* the flsh, go all over  , it within and without with a mixture  of melted butter and lemon juice.  Lay upon the grating of your covered  roaster; pour In a cupful of boiling*  water from the teakettle, taking care  lt does not touch the fish, and bake  twelve minutes to the pound, keeping It covered except when you lift  the cover to baste it every fifteen  minutes with butter and water fiom  tho dripping pan below. Lift gontlv  to a hot-water dish and keep hot  while you prepare the sauce Strain  the liquid from the pan and mix  with a cupful of "rich milk (half  cream if you can get it) which has  been scalded with tho addition of  a pinch of soda to prevent curdling.  Thicken,-' with, a roux of a heaping  tablespoonful of butter cooked with  a rounded ' Bpoonful of flour to a  smooth paste Season with salt, paprika and minced parHloy. .Bring to a  boll;' pour over the flsh and re-cover  for three mlnuteB to let it soak Into  the flesh.   Serve. '  Snlmon and trout are delicious cooked  thus, also blueflsh.  Baked  Spanish  Mackerel  Clean.and prepare,the flsh without  splitting  up /the   back,   as  you   would  do were lt to be broiled. Lay in a  chilled dish and pour over it a "marinade" of salad oil and lemon juice in  equal parte. Set back upon tbe Ice  for half an hour. Cover the grating  of your roaster with very thin slices  of fat salt pork and lay the flsh upon  these, the skin down. Pour half a  cupful of boiling water into the lower  pan, replace the cover and cook in a  steady oven for fully half an hour if  the flsh be large. Baste three times  from the dripping pan. Transfer to a  hoc-water dish and keep hot while  the sauce is in making. Thicken the  gravy in the pai with flour wet up  In cold water; cook a minute and  stir in a cupful of rich tomato sauce.  Boil up and pour half over the flsh,  the rest into a gravy boat. Garnish  the flsh with the bacon  The ordinary mackerel may be  cooked in the same way; likewise,  the plebeian haddock. The pork adds  richness and flavor to the dish beyond what those who have eaten  these  fish  cooked  in  the  usual way  lav,   Imoiylwo  Halibut  or  Cod  Steak a la  Creole  Marinade, as directed in the last  recipe, leaving it In the oil and lemon  juice for an hour. Lay lt, without  wiping, upon the grating of the covered roaster and bake fifteen minutes  before you baste n> with the prepared  sauce.  Sauce for the Above  Strain a cupful of stewed tomatoes  while hot, running through the colander to get out all the lumps. Season with pepper, onion Juice, a little  sugar and celery salt. Thicken with  a roux of butter cooked with flour,  adding, when it comes to a boll, a  sweet pepper which has been seeded,  parboiled ond minced fine. Cook five  minutes more. Baste the steak twice  with this while it is baklnc? Rogprve  the test of the faauce until you have  flished the 'sienk. Sift, then, grated  Parmesan cheese over lt; pour the tomato Bauce over this, a spoonful at  a time, not to wash off the cheese,  and serve.  Boiled Codfish  . Lay the piece of flsh selected for  boiling In salt and wator for half an  hour.   Take it from the briny bath:  wipe dry and pow up In a square of  white mosquito netting fitted to tho  shape of the cod.   Havo enough boiling water In an enameled kettle  to  cover the flsh an Inch deep, add a scant  half-cup of vinegar ��������� and cook steadily  ten minutes to the pound.  Meantime,'make your sauce.  ��������� Egg Sauce for the Above  ���������Make a roux of a- big tablespoonful  ,of butter .and . a rounded  Bpoonful  oC  <. ,**  THE   HOUS  flour, cooking together to the bubbling  boll, Then, stir in a cupful of ������������������ scolding milk to which you havo added a  pinch of soda whllo heating. Cook  for one minute- and stir In a hnrd-  bollcd egg, chopped exceeding fine, and  a   minute   laterya'raw  egg,- whipped  vory   light,   and   beaten   in  gradually  lest lt mlgbt curdle. .,   ,  Take up tho flsh.y unwrap Itttfromt tho  nwathlngn and lay upon a hot plotter.  Wiiuh ovor quickly With a tahloHppon-  fui of batter and pour ovep it ,i\ fpw  spoonfuls of the sauce, sanding Uio'"re������t  to table In a ���������auc*������h'oatf::''-*"iS?>^'-."'.- J>ia-::������������������.''���������  J  E X (3HA  v IMPORTANT NOTICE  "i yxBOAVajEl of the oHormotia  Jfy tiu'itoor of latter* sent to the  **^ Ejrchattr/e, J must a&fc oon-  tributor* to limit thoir coiimnitii-  oation* to one hundred wards, eta������  ccpt in eaucs of formula* or reo-  ipea which require greater *paoe.  I want all mv correspondent* to  have a showing, in tho Corner,  and if ,wi" request in thi* respect  i* oomplied with, it will be poa*i������  ible to prUnt waiu/moroJotter*,  xyx pork Cake . .-'���������;.'.  IIIAV10 a small  trtinn for>a hoy lin by  who   linn   fcoeii ruptured,   whfah   In  at  tho norvlce of tho Exchange.  ' I off or, too, a mtiull box of olgar bnnde,  WliJoli nomo ono may >vaot to iinu In tmiay  - work.   Trim and linndM may lm uont by  mall If It ]* 'titwlrart to do tliV  - ������'Mr������yO, 0,'r (Dotroit, Mloli.) nalw for a  roolpo for     yy   ,     ' .  iPorlt Cake  f, On������ ��������� pound of fat naif pork, chopped  Inn; 1 pint of lint wutur, I oup of mo-  n������no������, 8 oiipB of minor, 7. aupn of Hour, S  tflanpoonfuln of aortu, 3 pounda of onrrnnln,  1 pound of ���������iiltonni rftimiiM, a iioumld of  ���������opiiAil V������l������n������luT raUltin, 'A ��������� pound' of citron, iliroddcil nni>; I immpoinitul of oln-  nnnion, 1 tonnpooiiful onnli of pnwduroil  olovi>������, a|!iw|ca< nml nutmcit.  .-,, ^fliopo thuja what, tlio mombor from  Mra. .T. 1��������� ������, a'nlntfno, IH.V .  TIioho v/ho would;avail tb������m������olve������ ot  ���������Ithor of tlio proffered gifts win nloftHO  ������������nd to mo far tlio nrtdronH of thft donor.  ���������Tho roclpo for tfotk cako mutt be meant  -for a harvest home muppor, or for a  vory large family. Seven cups of flour  should mako a ponderous cake; Of  course, too cook-moy'divide tha^uantl-  tloa at plensuro, keeping thn proportions  Just. .y >.  , Lettuce Salad '.,,     %x.  Vou   unit  U  wlltud   lottuco   la   palatable..  Wlion ypu uio'mouiik., tender lottuco trom.  your nWn  urardou yoii  will  lllco  It,   I am  nuro.    I  nlired a Jhiro bowl till  at It and'  rut up throo or four y.oun������ onlona with It. *  Than  I jnrlnlclo  ft with enlt,, popppr and  auitar,    C*ut   two   or   tinea   thin   alloea  of  Imoon  |r,to amnll' pIocoh���������or a,\U hum may  bl>   mod.    Vry������lt   brown.   /Voice   out   tno  Imoon   ana  al.nlto  It  tlirouRli   Uio. lettuce.  'Add throe tnbl������������pnoiifiil������>(if vlnnirar to th������  tat  lott   ln\ tlio. pnn,   nnd   pour, tlila over  tho, lottune, tomlnnr It up woll with a *llvor ,  forlt.   A benten CUB may bo Into tlio vino-  ani', but It niuut not boll, or It will ourdlo.  ThU  ������nlaa  munt lio eaten at onaa beforo  tlio. bacon iMVUiiu <:oUKUIut(ia,  . TIiIb   D.tho olJ.fnnhlonn-l  roolpo for lot-  tiioo naiad, nnd popular.with farmer folic,  MenviiHunlty lllto It,.nmllr think you will  nohiliior it veil worth a trial.  goiter la developed.   Old easos do not ylold  to tho treatment. . ���������  , ;  U W. W.  (Wlllcston, S. D.)  ���������.8"J?.(i,?,$ iPfc *5 a, Pjonio without talcing  a small bottlo of plolcled beetu for maicln^  froBh aandwlohon.  i ,-��������� .-,-.       ... _ -.-,     y>   ���������      , y*. ."RivB, y. P." hithoao United fltntea  x������Mmj,f^t^  .Kindly tell mo Jiow to talco aomo ugly  etalns out.of a white Jiobs. I liavo trlpU  lomon   Jul'.io  and   ealt   to   no  avail  It tlio wonian .who Iiom bad luck with  ouMtnrd p ������ win uuo t\yo boaton eirirn with  two lovaj  tablaimaanfulji of auirar to eaoh  fall, Too muoh tuirar nnd too lonnr cnolc-  fn������f mnlie watery puaiard, and if It hake  too faaf. the hoUom crunt will rlno up in  hint of frc������p mlili and .bake It In a mod-  oralely alow oven until It in "aot"���������or until*  n   allver kpl'o  blnilo, whon  nm  Into  tho  mlfldlo_ will oomo out oicnn���������(ilio will never  -      ���������    - - -     pf  000U-  It hake  _   ,        ..._j up in  liui������ hlll"clia nnd woll tho ������>lo,  .Tho rliflit  way la *o. almnlo tf you know  tho few nrlnta ..tliiirl wonlor It toMt ino,  tlvo^yonra. to.lenrn  If.    Tho. oimtard  may  bo flavored with vanilla, oinnomon or nut-  . mijir.   l Mice a On", ninon pi* unit In mine.   .  '    Anottior   contributor   n������U*   of   tn������iUnn������iit  tw foitor, -  T cnneiillod nn pntnnmith with reirnrd  to Miqh treatmnnt In the oiao or mv l������-  yn*r-olil diuwhtor... who wna throntened  wim rh������ rtl.ienai>. Tie lirrn fronted her hiio-  romfully. nml we ere confident ef a ner-  mrnent oure. ;Ila nnvn. however*, that It m  naoeuary to treat a ante aa aorm n������ tlm  , griwri;lB"ihlh. mutilin~anir:������iewT "'":''    :"  , A niQAOUR (Lou Anffolos, Cal,).  ; If; you have befin long d reader you  must havo'noon dlvors' ways tor ox-  tractlng stains. If you will wot. thoso  and rub into thom. oil.tho croam of tartar thoy'will hold, tlion hold thom taut  .vin- the steam of a boiling kotMo for tlvo  mlnuton, ronowing the powdor twlco and  kojipinjr the kottlo M a. hard boll, you  will .fade thom perceptibly.  Thon lay in  , tho l|ot sunshine, hooping tlio spotn wot  ��������� ��������� with, a atrong solution of oroam of tar-  ., Ur all day.   You may wtuih out what Is  l*loft..ot.fno,",ugly:'iitnlri.,']      "������������������.���������'.).' '  a Keep for Months  1.   Heat an ojrpr well with two tfibleimoon-'  fulii of ������UHiir and n nlnoh of anlt.    J������F  l.lf. A tea������|ioon(iii of oornntaroii  hn  ..    ^ lond  and two-  a t;onpoonfiil of^ejimntoroli. ...     -  thlrda  of  a  teaapoonftil  of   mustard  with  a  little .water until you  havo ������ amooth  imate.    Work them       ���������  SS^'ViiSSK'pi-'Wliij -bttiorw ������������������Yor:"''Rni" Shown:  Very .rialn."'   Tlii* hint. in for tho women  who wear thom.  ���������,ft.J?ur.,.������������ouJr   '"nyonnalHo   In   the  naiad  SS.������IJ?i0f������^liIl ^t'-AnvVp  fl1"0" ���������and  cook  In  Kranltoware-nir In aluminum,  ?:. Uje whito-broad, for tho aandwlohon,  with tho 1)<*,otn between the buttered nlloef,'  ,      ,      , v U, P. (Cnlcago),  A vlvaoloua contributor, ������omo of  wjuwa ������������������bitB"ya������'o rathor Btdrtllng. All  will; ropay ono for reading* thom. I ��������� am  a trlflo dublouB an to'the nubatltutlon of  lard for butter in- tho flnor quality or  calcoB. It may bo woll enough for gln-  gorbread and tho coarser clnsBOfl of  eookltig. Ido ntyt Wilnk I would rollah  It in pound or fruit cako, or In any vn-  rloty that caJlu for a cupful of butter  to l>o oroamad with two oupn of sugar.  I am afraid X should detect tho "lardy"  il-avor. ���������,'.    .  ��������� ���������"'  I wu������h aomo candid and oapoblo cook  would try It, and report tho roniilt to un.  What n. dlfforonco In our grocor'n bills  would follow tho aucceuo of the Dubfltl-  tuto in all;our ���������hom*������l  no odor or tanto of fink In  tho Kclaox. or*  In otheir food thnt In kopt thero.    Tho llihy  , nrnoll .doon not punotrato tbo. papor.    .    ,  'If the cntoh  ho vory nmnll; .wo put  the  ,-..��������� bundle of flniyin .tho. biur, which containa.  our olothon. There In not tho leant bub-  Motion of null whon the bag la opened.  _ Ave you nuro your memory.'la not fatllim?  You told ua nme timo nKo.ihat Mr. Notnbio  In burled In Canada, i.iiellavo that ho lion-  among   tho   llorkahlro  IiIIIh,   nnd, thnt   tho  ���������: widow ncruba hi*, tombntone tortnlRlitly in  onedlonoo to a dylnir ^ommand^-poriiapa accompanied by a. threat that the dear do-  parted will "walk" It It bo neglected. At  any rata, tho poor overwrought woman haa  ���������i������ chance to ������oo'..the"(liwem In tho oemotcry.,  . .Can you oxlilaln why .a. man will worn nil  Ida daya wltliout vomplnlning that'tiln employer, dooa not Invito him to hln. home,!  and hln nlntor or dauRhter, whon ulrlnc tho  vV\i yyi-^y:  ���������>:-yyx.Y.,x  invariably  Knimblen   that  nho  h   nn  nl  lowed to npond-hor lolnuro tima in- tho no  trlali  of  a  woman   who  dno������  houso work,   bly  ummbler       '     '  ...��������� io npend..hor ._.  eloty of hor ������������������Mudam''.  A. R..M, (ClilcagQ).  Our. vivacious mombor haa hor say  anont tho "email or largo ltltcliori quon-  tlon," but it muBt porforco wait, for  lack of room until later. Hor buk-  gostlon q������ Ato the bout way. of Itoop'  tofrnther In n tonoup,  and when they are amooth fill up the oup  with, vlnoKar,    Bttr and <M*t ail. "  with -the ������pr������r end  aURnr:  add  linli  ful .of water nml a larite lumi) .of butter,  uVileiponful  of oljvi  Httr and be*t ail. together  1  J*   '  Mf ov-ar'fh-tT flr������  ���������UBiilHy   until   It  I-IjkI    Ana   *n.'-niil������h  vo  aURnr;  add  hnlf a oup-  ._  ._ a In " ' "'  or It you prefer, a *  oil. , Efiir over the ...  hnnhntlod ono.mfnulo, ��������� ���������    .       . .  When   cold  put  Into dolly   glniiei   and  >t in th������ refrigerator.  When you wlwh to una It, If It anemi too  liek. f '       ���������in  if will u'ee'������i.'  ItuVk. thin wiih aweet or .aour cream.  In   anndwlol-en   of   nny   kmd.     Vou   .  double or treble 'the qimntlllei at pleasure  tine  mny  nolV in tha refrigerator.  i  t.   I   never 'line   butter   In   ....   junt. liirl.villh' a Pln.ah or wltt   f have  lit           rf Fisherman's Wife  \    I. Tell tha people who Pftee nulitn to una  I the oulTn of dUeartert. ahlrtn.   They contain  never*! ihlcHiiciuito nnd, na,many men doinM  wenr o.uftn eomitanily, thoV aro an good an  new when the nhlrta nro worn out,    _ .,  l.  My Yiii������hnnd nnd i  take abort flahlng  trlpa In .company,   llefo  home   ".T<  eaoli one nenarately In Jhinu pannr.  ._  In tha pnpec.nt the tidjrea a.) tlm*  no nlr  ���������  tet at the nah,  .Err*-  .company. Weforo we jot^out for  '.Teh*'*- eTennn the. fleh and ,wtnt������n  ��������� neparately In thlok pannr. rcilalng  pnpec.nt the tidgen n<> Owf no nlr    .... at thnftah.   when we .get home  the tlnli nre. put Into the Iceboat thua wrnii-  kod vn, and left there, until wo are r/ndy  fo. oyok them. Hometlmea tome of U l������  left  there   untouolied   twr������ or   tlire*- - daya.  r.  iunt. liir.1 ,V������Uh' o_n nod or nnlt.    I have       The flavor la nemne to the laat na on tho  the reputation of making nice oaken, too, any It waa caught, and there in ���������loniuvcly  Hah flto In won with the subject of today's familiar tiUk.  . Tho ouory with which tho aoollon of  har oplAtlo glvon hero clonea oponn up  a branch, of the maid and mlatrona  problnm. Tho fact alio nntn down cannot bo controverted. Nolthor butlor.  foouijftn nor KurQenor fools uitxrlevetl  that hia omployor doon not treat him  ng a goaial equal. Ho maintains hia  aolf-reapeot In- aplto of the dlntlnotlon,  Tin In na reHpootnblo an n man and a  cltlacn nu Um pornoii who pnyn hit  wagon, ranch hn������ hln nphoro, and If ho  fill It conaoiontloualy. In honored aooord-  MiBfly by right-minded pooplo,  Stunt wo, .thon, admit what cniiHtlo  mtudenta of human nuturo miflort nn an  axiom���������that ono of wonmn'n chief draw-  bncliu In llfu in thnt nho lacks a right  sonao of proportion? Think It over, doar  nicmtgoi't., und lot ubi havo your., view*  on tho, matter.:,V;,V,:>^.V, . v,;y::   ^yYy ���������������������������  LoanofChjir,  ..���������WW ���������'.*' *"���������  eonnlatont', with, the rulun of  tho ISxchnngo^to nyu tho.membora.to look  up a whoolod ohalr.for-a-spoor Woyf: if  ,H tunnol in-, given to liim, ^cannot it bo a  loan of'which the very beat care will, bo  taken whllo ho' uica UTHo hiia l>o*rt aevi-n  7 montlia   In   the   hospital,     Several   of   bin  /-bonoa ore biokpn. .among, them, hia  erina  and h.ln Jaw,   lie will' bo out noon, but in  ���������not nViloiewntvyHe nhould bo''takdh!������vwy  day to.l)ie,n������rk for aoma,woeknrln.order .to  ntrengthen  hltn for n  aocond vlalt to tho  honpltnl  ior*trentniont thnt mny givo'him  ��������� tho uao-of lilaloga and arma.   Hlawldowod .  . mother. U almoat- hoartbrouwi.   She cannot ,  nlford ,lo Wny lilm,:a ehalri all tho money  ,eho con neraiio togothar iiiuijI go for hoa-  (   Pltnl'-exponnen. ^Tho   cqae. In3 terribly  aad.  ,: Oan:your',big family help ���������������<!?"      ;  ������������������ -:xy������������������'     >  y   Mrn. it. iV.'(OhinngoV  . Wo-vnroly admit apponlB-llUo,t������il8, for  lack. 0/ Kiom. 'But If 0 Or Chicago co-  '-worKfta.'.wUl -tako-shpld bf, tlila mattor  n:idjVOpoi't ifpon It,'* f ninvn/ure that tlio  olmlr will b������ provided,    if theifaeta of  , tho   conn1, bo  worrooWy  wniortda   horo,  I thoro will JW* <uilok renponno.from othor  motherfj, v-it' In, ��������� an .tho triondly .wrltor  aayg,. "a terribly and onne.1"    , *,'  y  Path KUy arid Pomegranates  , ��������� l. WKnt win reihove enlla Illy n������innt  8. la there any way of cooking pomogmn-  *���������- * *y.MAnoAnwp'Tr������. '������������������.(!*������>. Abtntih.< <jai.y.   '���������  .'.   t. Bonk nl) night In loppjrod m:ik', Next  \ ���������mornlnre, rinno in oloar water and Uy  In tho ������m������. wetting* hourly with lemon  jiilc*i.   Thtm wuali in tho uniial w������y.    ������������������*  2. I hav* ���������hevor" heArd of :a reotbo for  cooklr.g pcapogranfttet. , Thoy ��������� r<i a trop-  Inal fruit, .Syo appeal for tho formula  , to our faf ��������� M>utl������\vuuturn tnomborg.  x-Ax  -Axyy;  '!:-\:  ���������; :i,-.'V, J  ' vyi-f;  .' '.'���������.I')',  . ;  iyfy  ������������������' . W.;-|  .    : ''':'...', I  '���������;V'.7-i';&|  ,yy,.-i  Y'S  ..' -y, i.yr  ' ���������-.,'������������������';, v'rj.'  .''."-,V  ���������x,x.x:.:;xx:yYX,y.Xicy:Axxy,:,-Yx,y,   AW  AX. ...j.'.:;.J.LV.,,_ m, j , - ��������� ^"iliin ii^ii���������niaallllnaianMIMM'infcnMif--  ~mm*L.  tM^y^aaiaJMB^jHBMaMaMiianaaHi!  yri.yyyi.'j-.  t >���������"���������������* - ���������������'. -t ���������'���������(������������������������������������ ������������������^iuit"������t.r*  Ay:,,  '���������,.;(<^-.iR.-jl,'.-i>''Vr.,>.-iM-.;.|y  I  J ote;v.cres<^  ':,y>wm  PROFESSIONAL  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Acoident Insurance  MAyy  w    '  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL  i>.g*  pI'YAA.  ������Y  lm-  I'M';  m.  m  mx  W:  mi*  $4  m  w  m  m  HV  1  M  11  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B.C.  LAND  SURVBYOK AND   ARCHITECT  Plans and Specifications  CRESTON -    . -       -  B.C.  J, -D. ANDERSON  JftBSXISH    COLUMBIA.    XtAHD    StTRTB^OB  We have $200,006 for investment in the  Greston District Avl^icli we. will loan in sum-5  of from $500 to $10,600 011 improved or unimproved frnit lands, also on . improved and  unimproved town propel ty.  If you want capital to improve your land, call  A       and see us for a loin.  The REVIEW has the best Staff, best Plant and best Stock  ' "3    In t-ihis Corner of the World to execute Orders for    1 i  TOR  v  TRAIL-  -       US*.  OKELL, YOUNG & CO,  pay rent when you can 'norvow m^^  through, us to build your own home with.  Should you want to improve j'our business  property,  call and see us regarding terms on  a loan.  We have the money to invest.  Seal .ISeteto and Insurance.  B   jr*. S"> .**��������� *> rf"V *-*  tJUIlll������MJll  fit  U^I LilUll  HOUSES TO BEKT  CRESTON     -  WllSOn Ave.        **0. Box 38.   Phone Ko. 73  TS t>  MISS L. M. SCOTT  Trained Nurse, of Rathweli Hospital.  Manitoba. Ready for engagements of  any kind.-- Maternity a specialty.  Apply Miss li. M. Scott, general delivery, Moyie, B. O.  GUY   LOWENBERG  Gowsfncrraa Enoikesb  CRESTON  B.C.  R, GOWLAND SCRUTON  AJL.AA-  (Diploma London Assm, Accountants)  AXTDITOB AX3D AOCGETFt&ST  Balance sheets prepared and verified  Bocks balanced, opened and dosed  ~ -ships and company auditing  !> '���������*J^^|H%,^'  <<Vay%^^Mfc- ���������^^^^<<^%^nv <������^^^cV^Qr^  CRESTON  B.C  LOCAL AND PERSONAL.      ������  9������e**������9������������������������������t������-l������f������9ee  Miss Isabella Goodwin, oue of the  charming lady contestants for she Nelson News voting competition, was in  CreBton this week. She was acconipad-  ied by Miss Winnie Kinnahan.  FOUlSD~A place to gat my suit  cleaned, pressed and repaired, at the  Oreston Olothing House.  Manager Doyle, ot the P. Burns Co.,  was a passenger on Monday's enst bound  train. Ms*. Doyle was gu his way to  Oalgsiy and intended to inspect the  meat markets at various Crow towns.  Mf?sxc���������Miss Johnson is prepared to  take a limited number of pupils for  tuition in music. For terms apply to  J. K. Johnson, residence on Victoria  Avenne.  Mr. Geo. Oartwright left last week on  a business trip to Hamilton, Ont.  CRESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.j  frnit Lends, Town Property and Insur-  saeo  Do yea know that Ed. F. Johnson  I has been appointed sole agent for Fair-  i=sk3 & Morris  Jantrifigual pumps?  gasoline engines ana  JI**T������ T?CS������1WKT  T*r  Services Next Sunday.  Presbyterian Church  Services will be held in the Presby-  terian Church on Snnday next.   Morning; service, 11 a.m.;   Evening service,  7:80 p.m.   Sunday sohool at 2:30 p.m.  Yon are cordially invited to   join onr  Biblo OlasA  S. B. Sahkissian, Pastor.  During the visit to Creston this week  of R. T. It. Galbraith, Indian Agent at  Fort Steele, he stated that work on the  Kootenay Central Railway was progressing satisfactorily. A 45 mile contract  .... ������.������> r^*������-.5~ a~fl v.-^ ���������*-=* fcaan lot.  frl*A  ������������������������ ***afr*������ n^w*   aw/I   T~.****   "*���������**  Mr. and Mrs. Sharpe of Moosp Jaw,  Sask., have been paying a visit the lost  few days to Mrs. J. W Dow. Thoy left  agaiu for the east the iriddle of the  week,  PIANO.���������Now at railway station near  Crestou, will be sacrificed for $250  cash. Never beon used. Lady unable  to keep it. ���������Apply in tirst instance  Mrs. A. G. Mokgbam, 2040, Columbia  street, Vancouver, B.C.  J. F. Berkley,Governmeut fruit packer, will give a lecture aud apnblio demonstration oh the art of packing fruit  on Saturday tomorrow evening: the 25th  inst. in the old schoolhouse. YThis will  be the first public demonstration in the  packing of fruit held by Mr. Berkley  here. .; y. y'y:  For Sale.���������320 acres7 of crown-granted  excellent Fruit Land on Kootenay Lake,  Lot 913. Apply, C. P. Hill, Killcrest  Mine's, Alberta 15-th  Fred Watson left lest Thursdav for  Port Hill He was aciompanied by  James Crawford, s'White man Jim,"  returning to Creston on Friday afternoon and made another business trip on  Saturday returning Monday. On Tuesday Mr.Watson left again for Port Hill.  .Mr. H. B. M (intern, of Spokanp, has  accepted a position on the office staff oft  the Oanyon City Lumber Company, and  arrived in town Monday. Sir., Masters  will move hid wife and,fainily to pros,  ton in the near future.  Money to loau on ranch'or town prop,  eity at low rate of interest. Apply to  Johnson & Sorutou at Review Office.  Rev. S. H Savkisslan will preach at  Canyon Oity ou Sunday afternoon next';  at the usual hour. The service will be  held iu the now school house. .,  Mrs. J. Marshall of Eitoheues? who  was taken Biok early in the week, died  Thursday morning the 83rd of February  at S:JJ0 a. in. - The by&y wili be taken to  Cruubrook today. The Review joius  with the resideuts of tbe valley in tendering their sympathy to Mr. Marshall  and son iu their bereavement.  FOR SALE���������Team, wagon and sleigh.  Apply to F. O. Blair, Eriokson, B. C.  Charles Moore, P. L. S. C E., returned to town this week from the coast.  Meals at all hours at the Wigwam  Cafe on Fourth St., a short distance  from Sam Hatfield's pool room.  Mrs. Ed. F. Johnson left on Thursday's noon train for a short viBit to  Cranbrook. j  Last Tuesday evening ' about five  o'clock a fire broke ont iu tbe roof of the  j residence of Fred G. Uittle and but for  ' the timely assistance of ,R. Lanxout who  happened to be passing by the whole  dwelling would probably have been consumed by the fire fiend. Mr. Little who  had been ill was in bed when the fire  was discovered.  JagH  z&*  RECENTLY  OPENED  ! he--Cheap" Cash  r*  msy"  1 Flour ani Feed Store  *t**8  atock Is New and Fresh  ������c  Our Flour and Feed is the BEST. |  Also Graham Flour, Oat Meal, Etc, j  CALL AND SEE' FOR YOURSELF   l  T. D.  ncPeak Block  "mmmmmmmmm  unce  PROPRIETOR  Sirdar Avenue  6fca_~  v if y  Wigwam Cafe  Opened   WEDNESDAY,   Dec,   21st &  \?  Methodist Church  Senrioea on Snnday next: Servict  at 11 a.m., Sunday Sohool and Biblt  OlaM at 8:80 p.m.; Evening Servioe,  7:10 p.m.  F, J. Rutherford, Pastor.  Ring up phone No. 85, Ed. F. Johnson  when you need anexperienced plumber  Churoh of England  "NOTICE���������Thero will be ny Sunday  ���������School, Servioe at Alice Siding School  HotUM will be canoelled next Snnday.  ilQningu-tfecBima 8unday, or the Sundoj  most before Lent.)  Philip O. Hayman, Vicar  Catarrh Cured  BY BREATHING  Ton bneiihe Ins Hyomel (pronounood  High*o-me) #nd inhale the antiseptic  ���������vaporized life of the pine and euoalyptol  -forest*. As yo������ breathe in this delight  fnl air it pauee over the inflamed and  -germ-ridden membrane, allay a inflammation, kills the gcrmii and drives ont  The Creaton Book & Pnxg Co. spUs  Hyomei and guarantees ii for catarrh,  ���������oovghs, bronahitis. asthma and croup  ��������� oomplete ontAe inoludes hard rubber  inhaler and ooats yon $100 Extm  feottlas of Hyomei -costs bnt 50c. Bj  Mkll pose paid BOo and ������1100 from TU^  Booth Co, Limited, Fort Erie, Ont  Be-masnber Hyomel is frnarantoedor the  money baok lt it fails yon.  too*) ButlitM* Men  Am realiifaif mora ������vtry 4������jy  Hm vuJue ������C tlM concise,  tmnmjr tkkilnt; CUufUkd  WantJkda. Males your story  short mmd^tkymttdmir Want  ml cotunmt wiisj nvy you  m Hundred fold tor tiM #null  lnv������aii������CAL  TO RENT.���������A three roomed cottage, at  $8 iter month. Apply to the Review  Office.  Mr. Hicks, a prominent rancher, at  Boswell, paid Creston a visit last Tuesday. . He recently. purchased land at  Boswell and is greatly pleased with the  whole district. When in Creston he  was busily engaged looking up freight  rates! He is also an enthusiast over the  immediate formation of a Farmers' Institute at Boswell, which could work iu  lonneotion with the Farmers' Institute  it Creston.  FOR SALE OR TRADE for good hens,;  a thoroughbred Barbed Rock Cockerel,    two years old.   Apply to the  Ro view office.  W. Tate left on Wednesday's noon  r.roin for Oranbrook to take in the trainmen's ball last Wednesday evening.  The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Proaby-  terian Church will meet at the home of  Mrs. J. K. Johnson on Friday, tho 8rd  of March.  For the Hens,���������Oyster shell, ground  bone, beef scrapB, coarse bone, nnd first,  olass wheat, at the Oreston Mercantile  Oompany.  Willie Athcrtop returned a few days  ngo from Michel where he haa boen employed on the Michel Reporter.  Masquerade Ball on tho 17th of March.  We aro prepared to mako masquerade  oostnmcB for this ocooBlon. Call and  give ns your ordor oarly at tbo Croston  Clothing Houso.Glonn Wialor. Phono31.  Tho new English Chnroh will bo dedicated on Snnday next, February ,20. Tho  ilovorond 38. P. Flowolling, Roctor nt  Cranbrook will bo the preacher.  Now is tho time to make nrrnngo*  ments for thnt bath room, Call nnd  interview Ed. F. Johnson tho plumber,  Mr. J. Johns, who has filled the position of assistant bookkoopor for thn  Oauyon OUy Lumber Company for tho  past few woolen, loft for Vanoouvor limt  Wednesday.  Ladies Attention���������The Review hae n  large stock of visiting cards on which  wnjoan inscribe your namo in typo to  snit tbe -moot fastidious.  Walter W. Hall, W������o jpopolar proprietor of tbo Eriokson Hotel ia building a  large loo hon������e jnst now, which will  hold 15 touH or Ice. This loo is bolng  ont in thu Goat Rive? and is 10 luobos  thick and is Una clear watsr Ioe.  For Rent.���������100 acres of land suitable  for Dairy, Pouii'ry and Hog Farmirif*;  situated within \% miles offive 'large  Mines.   House. Barn, etc.   Easy terms  Apply O.  P. Hill.  Hillorest Mines, Alberta. 15-tf  A few evenings ago.Miss L. Cross wns  hostess at a most enjoyable surprise  party at her home near town. During  the evening games, dancing, and music  were among tbe entertaining features,  dninty refreshments having been provided by the thoughtful unexpected  guests. Those present -*'ere Mit>s Annie  Hamilton, Miss J. Long, Miss Elsie  Stinson, while the gents were Messrs  W. and H. Gunn. J. E.King, J. Mason,  W. Long, and E. Atberjbon.  Ladios, do not delay ordering your  spring costume, as tho rtjab. of work is  now commencing, M������danio Garrett,  ladies' costumier, Viotoria Avenue, op.-  posite the Methodist Ohuroh, Oreston.  At a meeting of tho Ladles' Auxiliary  of the Presbyterian Ohuroh held last  Tuesday afternoon, it was decided to install pews in the chnroh, providing that  satisfactory arrangements oan be made  on the purchase of ,*ame.  ,\   ��������� ,  Fon Salts.���������Lots G, 7, 8, 9 nnd 10, Blook  8, Dow'b Addition. Send offer to owner, Mra W. WilBon, 651 Fifth Stroot,  Brandon, Manitoba.  Thero was a manquorado ball in tho  I. O. O. F. Hall at Port Hill last Wed-  noaday evening. Tho oooaBlon bolng a  oolohration of Goorgo Washington's  birthday.   It was a groat encoofls,  Have vou tried the ''Rising Sun"  flour at the Cheap Cash Store. T. D.  Bunce.  Tne Bible Class of the Presbyterian  Church will be entertained this evening  1 by  Rev.   and   Mrs.  Sarkission at the  manse. ���������  Word has reached Creston* chat Mrs.  Coulter, mother of A W; Coulter, died  at Dryden, Ont, .on the 14th inst The  deceased lady was 5? years of age. The  remains will be taken to Sault Ste Marie.  Ont. for burial. Tha'-Review' joins with  the many friends or Mr. Coulter in extending their sympathy to him in his  bereavement."  First - Class Short   Order   Restaurant  Meals ot all Hours. Ladies are invitt d to our Afternoon  Teas, which .we make a specialty of. Our Cookii.g is  Superb.       NO CHINESE  HELP ON THE PREMISES  #  f  %1  r.  PLA'  r'V*r S *^J     ���������   ���������  ii, jrrop.  yz  **,  Packing School"  The Fruit Packing School held under  tbe auspices of the Creston Frnit and  Produce Grovvers' Association in the old  fchoolhonse this week, bus been a great  sucoess. '���������'���������''.  The full class of 16 growers wore in  attendance, and under the tuition of  Expert J. Berkley, hav.e been thoroughly  grounded  in  ^b,e  bapip   principles  of1^  practical frp.it pa,ok^fltpr.   V , '   '    1  All those who attended the sohool j  speak in the highe.t terms of the practical pjianper in which the Bubjeot was  demonstrated, and ns a resplt of this  course of instrpution, thero should bo a  big improvement in the pack of frnit  shipments in the coming shipping  season.  o  ^ We are now in a position to do anything in these lines <j>  <& we use n )thing but the best of material, and we guar- *&  <��������������� antee our work. Call and see us, or phone No. 85, ^  ^ when wanting anything in these lines. ^  PLUMBING  ^    Pourtli Street  PhoneNQi85    ^  The I^ersid^N^  Grand Forks  B.Q.  \t**\  ������ass.  " Veaitels  Venturw  Large  May  More*   but  Little Ships Mull St������y  Near Shore."  Th* larg* UlapluK nda. *r������ ^ood   -  for lh������ larilt ln������al������*o������a ������nd tha  CUaalAtd W������nl Ada. ������r������ proper-  llona.l������ly rfood for th* amaril ������*���������������������.' #  In feci m������r.r lairtf* llrnia b������e������ma  ���������uch by th* dllt|l������nt ua������ or lh*  CUa������ift4id CoUwm*.   TKar* ***  ������Mi������|iU U good-aUrt now.  ���������whiwhi ��������� mmn't .  MMBaWBaWBHBHBa-SBfa^^  Correspondence  Editor of the Creston Reviow.  Sir: I notico in yesterday 'a Ibbuo of  the Nelson Daily Nowb, Mr, J, ,T. Atherton, in a letter to tho editor, denlc.4 tbe  existence of the English npnrrow nt  Creaton.  I shonld much like to bo in ngroe-  mont with him as I know what a colony  of theso ''foathorod rats" moans to an  agricultural or frnit growing distriot,  but having soon thom myself, 1 cannot  bnt recognize tht* evil and hopo that we  sh ill soon rid onrsolveii of it,  If j^tr, Atherton wonld take the tronblo  to keep nn open eyo aronnd the Oreston  Mercantile h'o wo^ld ueboino aworo of  tho orror Jntp w^io|i ho |}aB'^al)'on, tijiafi  It providing fro k������QWB the EdgUliJ) epar*  row at nil. >T< llOfttJ'. ,  Dcyctt Ijlaac'b, 0Tav*n������. l?������������b< 04,10jj,  Making ImpwtmenUy  Tho P. Porno aud Company n*Q thli  weak 0(uup)&ll?g A largo nAAitlon nt tho  roar of their moas mnrkoc, They aro  tnklng >ut tho formor rofrioorator and  are installing ona of tho latott improved.  Thin now rofiglorator will tnko homo 44  tons of ioo to ohivrgo it for the sommer  wid it will hold 7 or 8 oiironttSjPsV Whon  tlio doors aro opon from tlio ioii -ehnniber  to the moat dopnrlmont the oold will ho  at fttiewnjr. p'tlnt. A* wmn nn thia  present work Ih completed this company  will at oni*e start tho erection of a now  slnnohter houso, which will bo situated  on tho Kootenay flats.  "  Is the NEAUICST NJJRSERY to the CRESTON DISTRICT,  Stock orrlvoB in FRESH, HEALTHY CONDITION  For Prioos, etc., write to��������� ���������  WALTER VV^ACKSdN; Agent. Creston, B. C.  Complete  ROUQH  DRESSED  Stock   of  and  LUMBER  m  msscm  Hr."JH'fg'l!T^.Tff'ffT'*fw,wwww  Ttonipt Mention Satisfaction Gitaranteea  Let us Figure 'with youon that Building  CRESTON, B.C.  a  "-7M  %  "V 1  nl  1  M:  .-.!KW'rt'*v*>������������������l!������W������Wr'W'i,3,-tti;-  ^1('������,^1^^1WW������*H1^������, 


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items