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 ,-i'.y.r   r->-^.rf  yx-yy-, "c.yy- .^ > y^-.**-yv\*  ^ * -r >���������������   ^M  W  '-'������'.- <  ALL THE NEWS i      yv ;: ������������������ 9 f  of the, CRESTON I S^c    |Lbb-  D'STR1^:' I tr-**L   1    r'JL-/'  AU Roads in East and West Kootenay Lead to Creston  t  <j/ \\       -        .       y  ' v- y*., i  ���������*f  SENT TO ANY"  ADDRESS FOR  $2.00 A YEAR-  No. 38     3RD Year.  CREBTON, B.C., FRIDAY, APRIL 28 1911  Single Copies 5c.  buying of  Wise buying of anything, consists in getting the best possible  palue for iout monext  *   ^      ���������Lr, ��������� ',  The " Peerless " woven wire fence, made by the  Ban well-Hoxie Wire Fence Go., has the qualities of  rznnm wnpfr rnhrrz ttpt?  ���������������������������        ^2    ^" J^r   ^S ^S S     ^^j xw    sW H j������V^    sV     ^sV      LW      ^Lm. aW       .^   VL ^&    sV       W    V&        /jjV jjW sV     AV jbV ^  and GOCFD LOOKS  Call and see our samples  of  these   lines,   <which   Ifoitl  be  to  your advantage  0msmmsmmmimmmsmmtsmaimmitasmissammmmtmmmmmassmmmssmsosammmmsmmmmstsmmmmmm^^  S.A.SPMERS,  ?ew  uswess  For Greston  MR.   JACOB   SMITH   OPENS  THE CITY BAKERY.  Mr. Jacob Smith will, on Monday  next May 1st. open his new Bakery and  Confectionery, oh -Wilson Avenue, near  to and facing the O. P. R. Depot.  Sir. Sijsitu has had over thirty yours  experience as a baker, and the pnblio  can rest assured that he know3,his  business. Tho "City bakery," as will  be seen from their ad elsewhere in  this issue, will snake a specialty of - ice  crnim ond'cold drinks, suitable accomodation has been set opart for this branch  "of^the. business. ���������"<^e'^bcsi^ak for Mr.  Smith a good share of   Public  patron-  LrOCAL AND PERSONAL.  Among: the many new arrivals m  Crestou last week, were Mr. B. Hayden  of County Somerset, and Mr. H. Xi.  Bond an expert horticulturist who hails  from Devonshire. These gentlemen are  friends of Mr. Heath of the Devon  Ranch, and if they can find land to  suit them, are likely to become fruit  growers in the Glorious volley. They  are- the right stamp of men for tho  Creston District, having bad a wide  experience of scientific horticulture both  in the" old land and in Canada, and if  they decide to locate Jiere^ can be sure  of a hear 1 y welcome from tbe residents  of the district.,  On   Monday eveniug nest May 1st.,  the 4th. regular 'meeting of the Q. O. B  of the CrestonJ&ethodist Church,  wiil  be beid.   All members.are requested to  attend.  Woul  uto  nio Greston  PROMINENT   CITIZENS     OF  SPOKANE DESIRE  HONOR  .   OF STEERING FIRST AUTO  BY CUSTOMS AT BORDER.  <j*>  c/\e%u   ud  The " City Bakery "  now ready for business, will  OPEN MONDAY May Ist %  ���������  ���������  ���������  We will carry in stock  I Fresh Bread, Pies and Pastry  Bread, 14 loaves, for a dollar, 7 loaves for  So cents, 3 loaves for a quarter, or to cts.  per loaf.    Get a dollars worth of tickets,,  and have your bread  delivered  at your  house.  Ice Cream  and the best soft drinks, refreshing any time you  , \>������$ need it.  ���������   CITY&AKERY,    Wilson Avenue.  4$>    y  Mr. and Mrs. Ericson, accompanied  by their son W. G. Ericson, left Spokane  in an automobile last Tuesday morning  at 7 30a.m., bound for Creston. The;  arrived at Sand Point at 1.00p.m., had  lnnch, and resumed the journey Northwards for B. C. When out a few  miles from Sand Poiut, the party encountered muddy roads whi?h. delayed  the machine to soch an extent that bj  Tuesday night they-bad only got as fai  as Puck River, a distance of 13 miles  irora Sand Point. Nothing daunceu  they were on the road aguin by 7.80 a.tu  I reaching Port Hill by 5.30p.m. Wednesday t vening, having travelled 183 milbh  by auto from their starting poiut.  At Port Hill, the genial Customb  Officers demanded a deposit of 5 per  cent of the value of the machine in  addition to patting up bonds for theii  return to the United State-, Af.ei  soma deliberation, the Ericsons decided  to sond the Auto buck to Sand Point,  by train, whilst they walked to Creston,  leaving on Thursday's train for their  home'in Unoie Sum's domains,  Mr. Ericson Jr. stated that the trip  was no picnic, the roads in places being  anything but enticing, but iu spite ol  this they wonld except for the CuBtoms,  have come uiumphuutly through, and  steered tho first automobile into Creaton.  JIMATIO  OQitNAY FLATS  Spokane ������f&onep In big Scheme ivifc. Reeder at head  Dirt flys on test Works* 'Success  to make  Creston Capital of Kootenay Flats*  A report has been current for the past  few days, that the Americans were  actually engaged in the work of making  dykes for the purpose of reclaiming the  Kootenay Flats.  After careful investigation, the Review is in a position to state that these  are the actual facts. Mr. Reeder, a  prominent Real Estate man, and a financier, of Spokane, has now actually at  work, a number of engineers, and a big  outfit, making dykes on tbe Kootenay  .Flats, at a point called Bald Hill, which  is about 19 miles from Port Hill, in the  State of Idaho. It is intended to complete the dyke betore high water, and  if the scheme is successful, and the  dyke does the work at this particular  Sjjot where there is a big bend in thu  river, it wili be regaraed a** a test case  to demonstrate the tea&ibility of reclaiming the tens of thousauds uf acres  ut valuable luotcom lands, flooded yearly  oy the overflow wptew of the Kootenay  xtiver.  The outcome of this work, commenced and financed by the enterprising  citizen of Spokane and his associates,  a-ill be eagerly watched by the resideuib  vii the iJi;esi.ou Valley. Tne successtut  completion of the ta������k Mr. Reeder has  undertaken, will lead to the reoJama-  wou of the famous Kootenay Mats at  Oreston, where 50,000 acres of the finest  unit lands in the world, could be addea  io the acreage of the gloriuns Valley.  p.  ������*    L-  PERFORMANCE UNIQUE  Edmonton, April 24���������For" -the pur-'v  pOnC of rounding up -ferns 'herd* of 400  wild buffalo that wander orountd toe  plains of the lower Peace river val-  lay, the only herd of wild buffalo on  the American continent today, A. J.  Bell1, who is leaving early in May  for Fort Smith, where he will establish an Indiaa" Agency aad an. experimental farm.- He toll tiaik* two  buffalo herders with him.  Communications  1323  15th Ave.,  west,  Oalgary,  Alta.  Editor Greston Review:  Dear Sir:���������Many imcmbhs ago I  asked for a copy of your paper. I  have received tho paper steadily till  the pas^t month or so, probably the  fault of a. new address. Anyway I  feel *as if     I owe you something- for  your kindness, so if you will kindly  send, in your "bill I will forward a  ���������money order shortly and then you  can discontinue the Beview.  I was thinking of locating there,  but Mrs. McBao got interested herr  and it seems improbaJble now. However I have enjoyed to reaid the Review 'amd know that other lands are  fairer than this. To one that lived  miany years besides old Erie's sun-  kissed, storm-wshed sihores, and  felt soft winds blow through old  maples, oaks and elms, that, could  they speak our language, would tell  us tales of which history has no record. TThis city of buildings seemed  anything from what nature did. not  so undesirable, not meaning to take  give, 3>-et maybe these few words  will lead you to write an article  that will convince those people who  are apt to get discouraged, making  a moderate living, surrounded by  Heaven's most precious gifts to man  ���������green trees and singrug birds, rippling streams, amd silvery lakes.  Only a stranger, but Hashing you  every success, I remain,  Yours very truly  Mrs. Wm. McCrae  Victoria, March 14, 1911:  Editor Creston Review:  ��������� Dear Sir:���������I -beg to enclose -a re-  j>ort.of tlie Executive-meting of the  B. C.Poultry association,"and wish  to tiiaw your attention particularly  to vthe forthcoming provincial Snow  whioh will be held in Vancouver, on  January 15th to'20th,  1912.     ���������  The Provincial Poultry-Association  is putting forth every effort to make  this one of thebest poultry shows ob  the Pacific, coast, as well as in Cain-  aida, consequently, the co-operation  of poultry mon throughout tho province. . as well as local associations,  is very desirable.  In looking over tho prize list, it  will 'be seen that it is to ai con-  si derablo degree,  a commercial po-ul-  Express Rates  liuuojfjy-Lf  BOARD OF TRADE  GAINS A  n ������.  w a^* i wi-b ���������  s-vsm  RANCHERS.    LOWER RATE  TO PRAIRIE  MARKET.  Just as we go to press comes the welcome and important news, that the  Dominion Express Oompany have at  last decided to do justice to Creston,  by pr.ttisg car growers on an equal  footing with their competitors, as  regards rates to prairie points. The  following letter speaks for itself :���������  " To Mr. Percy B. Fowler, Secretary,  Creston Board of Trade."  " Dear Sir, Regarding frnit rates  from Oreston to Oalgary; as I advised  you, the matter of a redaction as requested by your Board, was referred to  our management, and as a result I now  beg to say that while we consider the  frnit rates from Creston as being reasonably low, we have decided to meet your  Board's view in 'this instance by making the rate from Oreston to Calgary  and intermediate points not to exceed  $2.25 p6r hundred, which is the rate  that is in effect between Vernoa aud  Calgary. R. Helme, Superintendent,  Dominion Express Company."  It will be Been from the above, thnt  ttmmi.\J \J������m.+**VKt    x*������.      *UC      ^*wm*u*      *s*       m~������*m������\mVf       t<V*  secure fair treatment for Oreston Growers in the matter of Express rates, have  been crowned with complete success.  The 'prize list' may lb������ inspected by  <any interested poultry fancier who  cares to call at the Review office.  ���������Ed.  < ���������   OH  YOU   SUFFRAGETTES  PUBLIC NOTICE  In compliance with the Health Act,  every housholder or owner, is hereby ^.vman's show, and the ut lity poul  notified that he must olean np  the lots ,t'ey!nJian_''s    given   every  oncourage-  or premises owned or occupied by hi.u "  burn up all rubbish, and bury or otherwise remove all oanB eto.  CJeo, M. Gnnn  Sanitary Inspector  Oan supply Senator Dunlop Strawberry plants, from the Kellog Strain of  pedigree plants, price $10 per thousand  F. O. B. Wyndell station.  Monrad Wigen,  Wyndell. B. C.  ment. Thero is no reason why the  farmers throughout tho province, as  woll as >t'hoso who aro in it for tho  sako of tho monoy in tho 'business,  Ohould not bo woll represented at  tihios forthcoming show.  Tho prlv-es are vory liberal and in  many cases tho prizes exceed those  of an\y otlior show ever hold.  Thanking you in anticipation for  ony pulblicity you givo this miotter,  1 remain,  Yours faithfully,  M.  A. Jull,  Secretary.  Vancouver', April 11, 1911  Editor  Creston Review:  Dear Friend���������You no doubt .have  heard of the Political BqualitS ILea-  une -having been organized ia-Vsnk-  dcouver whose ctject ^ssi sisi is th-3  securing of the power of the ballot  for women whereby many disabilities and inequalities whioh sxow obtain may be abolished, wa ajre anxious to enlist your sympathy and  financial^ assistance in this noble  cause, the welfare of women in particular���������and humanity in general.  Trusting to receive your sympathj'  and interest, believe me,  Yours respectfully  Mrs. "i/ashley Hall, Pros.  Mrs. H. 2>. Wright,  Supt. Head Quarters.   ^   Now York, April SA���������A 'blind iborse,  ���������today kicked his way, through two  ibkr pinto glasi windows of a jewelry store on tho cornor of Maiden  L/ano and Broadway ond oent $200,-  000.00 worth of diamonds In the  ���������wtoi'dow /lying into tho stroot.  Policemen stationed wl 'tids, ono of  tho ���������busiest corners in downtown  Now York, had vail they could do to  control tho crowds whoh watohod  tho proprietors and clerks pick up  tho gems.  Tho jewelers aad thevt na inventory would be necessary lioforo it  would bo known if enybody bad. tfot  away with any of tho diarawwidfl.  White Iawu suits cleaned  same as new. Years of  experience in this kind of  work ensures best results  bring dow n that light  jacket, wni jt or suit, nnd  wc will do the rest.  We clean hats, ties, fancy  vests light suits etc., aud  brin g them back to the  color and appearance of  new goods, Dout run  chances by sending your  garments to the laundry  Wis I ers' Tailor Shop  4 Telephone Number 64  I . \  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^-^������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<>*e*<  Marvellous " Mental " and his com  pany of high olass ontortainers, will  appear in tho Meroautilo hall tonight,  aud tomorrow night, Mental hna boon  drawing robord houses whorever he has  appeared, and both prose and public are  loud iu their praieoB of tho performance  pat on by thin talented combination of  8 first olass artiste, lhoy will stow  ut Creston for two nights, Friday and  Saturday! danoo after thoJTriday Show,  FIRST CLASS MUSIO.  Mr. U. Tjamoni, tho largest Individual land owner in. th* Creaton  district is thia eprlng* oflorlng aomo  exceptionally oholo������ locations for  twilo. Ono largo 'block, uultiublo ior  colonization purposes by subdividing  into ton ������icro bloclce. This block  oontainu 1280 acres ot ideal fruit  laatd near Oroaton. Ho also lias a  block of 100 acres xicnr' Erlckeon  ���������and only a couple of miloa from  Oro*torn. This land has very good  soil anid may bo tormod inaido fruit-  land proporty. In addition to thta  he has frultlwml in 5, 10 and 20  ooro blocks in varloua locations  (around Creaton. Mr. JJawvont on-  Joyw tho uniquo distinction of being  a roal est ato man who haimUea his  own proportion and has eutllclcmt to  aatisfy many purohaaera..  ������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Wc handle the celebrated line of  ^ Now Is The Time Of Year To Do Your +  + PAI^ DECORATING %  White lead  Varnishes  Pine Unseed ott  ( Boiled or raw )  Stains  and Decotints  Paints  <  Floorlaes  Our new line of wallpapers  Including Walls, ceilings and Borders, is expected to arrive next week*  Creston Mercantile Co., l���������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  mi  ���������y.?  1,11  xA t'-i  . i '  ....'..       ,    ��������� Vl'.*" i'rj .���������'..'.  \, .\p ���������>    .,., v.y;,'"!.''.,  ���������y-r  ���������HI  mmm ^^.^^Ai!-?fflj^n^^^^^^^^ ;������-^^.i^T^v5?!f!,,55K  "."   * x ' ! * i " ' , '  ���������������.    MC ���������    r*  * i   *        *  r    '-.' ,���������  THE    CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW.  |>y  it .  It  It  p  [x  vi  h'-  h  i  BAD CASE  IF GRIP  Caused Sore Throat and Ton*  siiitis.   Restored by  Peruna. '  Mr. W. B.  Rous ley,  Stony Point  Ie n nessec,  writes:  "Five years  ago I took  a very severe cold  which resulted in  la grippa.  ������ never v"*  so bad off.  I ���������was -ii  bed several  ���������weeks, and  when I d<d  get up I  had tons!litis and sore  throat.  Mr. W. H. Housley.  "I tried to cur*1 this for eighteen  months, but it gradually got worse.  A doctor advised me to have, my tonsils out out, but I did not like the  idea. Another dootor examined me.  and told me the same thing. I finally  got a bottle of Peruna, and after I  had taken one bottle my throat was  better. I bought and used a dozen  bottles, and saw I was going i>o ret  wetll, and I did."  Mistakes  Mayff appen  to you,���������as they do to everyone.  If you eat too fast, do not masticate  properly, or take food that does  not agree -with you, digestive derangements are almost sure to come,  And   indigestion   generally   leads  **k vavtt   eA^nncfe    nt������OTs**������al    irrMlKlfrg  BEECHAM'S  PILLS  relieve and cure indigestion. They  have a quick and tonic action oa  the stomach and its nerves, and so  ibey give direct aid to digestion.  They carry away also the indigestible matter. With their use  dyspepsia, hiccoughs, bad taste,  unpleasant breath and flatulence  disappear. You should be careful  and   remember V Beecham's  Fills  Wid Right  Th������ Wrong  Sold Everywhere.  In convenient boxes 23s.  DOWNING STREET ASSOCIATIONS  Memoirs of the Street Where British  Cabinet Lives.  Sir Robert Walpole, vras the first  Prime Minister who made 10 Downing  st*c his official residence. He refused the offer of the House as a gift.  Lord North, Pitt, Lord Grey, Lord  Melbourne, Disraeli, Gladstone, and  many others have resided here when  in office. It waa here that Aubrey  de Vere, the last Earl of Oxford, died;  and it was here, too, that the Earl  of Chatham was taken after his fatal  swoon in the House of Lords. It is  reported that when Sir R. Walpole  removed from his official residence  in Downing Street he found an old account 1 k in which bis father had  set down his personal expenses. In  the three months and ten days he  was in London one winter as an M.P.,  he had only expended ������64 7s. 6d.  Among tae entries in this remarkable  bo"k were small sums for Nottingham  ale; 18d. for dinners; 5s. to Bob  Walpole. afterwards the EarV of Oxford. ���������"..���������  Another anecdote is told of a Mr.  Stuart^ a city coal merchant, who, on  becoming proprietor of The Courier,  newspaper, went to see Lord Grey.  and bluntly offered that Minister the  support of the paper���������which up to  thon had advocated totally different  views���������in exchange for Treasury patronage. Lord Grey indignantly rang  the bell, and told the footman "to  show that gentleman to the door."  It was curing the time that Pitt  resided in Downing Street that "the  Heaven-born Minister," ieli in love  with Eleanor Eden, the daughter of  Lord Auckland. Society was much interested in the affair, and it was fully  expected that the engagement would  be publicly announcedA PittiV however, explained. in a Iohc letter to  Lord Auckland that. there were "decisive and insurmountable" obstacles  to the union. Much correspbnderict?  followed. The father described his  daughter as "good, generous, frank,  cheerful, and gentle," ; and  the "'fair  pride of our live*."   Pitt, in addition , .  to being in financial difficulties, waa !'I hke  best    that    green    medicine.'  in a delicate state of health, and he   The 'green..medicine-' was Zam-Buk."  Grasping at the Shadow  Many a man has frequently been  persuaded or tempted to withdraw  from a savings bank the hard earned  savings which he has, perhaps, for  years been laying aside to keep him  in his old age, sometimes by a friend  who applies to him for a temporary  loan���������"just for a few weeks," the inducement to part' with his money being the offer of a handsome bonus,  but more frequently is he the victim  of the silver tongued exponent of  some get-rich-quick scheme. Experience teaches, however, that too often  does the borrower fail in his probably  good intentions, and the lender loses  the amount lent, and that in 90 times  out of a hundred does the get-rich-  quick scheme fail to materialize���������in  grasping at the shadow we lose the  substance. The Canadian Government  Annuities Act protects a, man ugainai.  improvident acts and injudicious investments���������it safeguards him against  himsolf. Moneys paid into the Annuities fnud cannot be alienated or  used for any other purpose, but must  remain intact for the object fOr which:  the payments have been made, otherwise the end aimed at would never,  as has been illustrated above, be attained, and old age would overtake us  unprovided for its many trials and  tribulntions.  Further information "on the subject  may be. obtained by applying ' to'7-the  Postmaster, ��������� or direct to.-the...Superintendent' of Annuities.. Ottawa, to  whom all letters go free of postage.  Why Dd Children Like Zam-Buk  *A  Chat with  Mothers  "Whenever my children have any  sore places, cuts, or skin troubles,  they, ask for Zam-Buk. They.can always depend upon it doing what is  needed." V :'yA     y  V So says Mrs. A. Alee, of 170 Chatham Street,  Montreal.  A missionary, writing from the  West Coast of Africa, says:; "One  boy who was treated for a bad.".case' of  ulcer,  came  back  recently  arid  said,  CURED   HIS   LAME   BACK.  West Fort William, Nov. 7th, 1808.  "I have been troubled with a lame  back for the past twenty years and  have used plasters and ointments  without effect. At last I tried Gin  Pills, which proved just the thing,  and I would highly recommend them  to anyone who has    a    Strained    or  Lame Back."  H. .Harkness.  VARSITY RAG61NG.  it Is Now a Much More Artistic and*  Humorous Proceeding.  "Ragging," having lost the greater  part of its ancient ferocity, has, in  modern days, been elevated to the  rank of a fine art on which any  amount of ingenuity and invention  can  be exercised.    In tho old days.  there is Kidney Trouble  Try Gin Pills yourself before buying   tlio   regular   50c.   boxes.     Write  vxt-tiOuci.!   ju������t uf.    vb   v/m.ui4Lai   \jm.    \l^epb.  N.U.), Toronto, for free sample.  Which?    '  "How much have repairs cost you  since you've been running the automobile."  "Repairs to what���������myself or the  machine."  A Certified Songster  'Prima Donria���������I have here a certificate from a doctor to the effect that I  can't sing tonight.  -Manager���������Why go to all that trouble? I'll give you a certificate that  you never could sing!  adhered to his former decision, although there can be little doubt he  had a sincere affection for Miss Eden,  for when the latter afterwards married Lord Hobart, it is reported that  Pitt's heart was almost broken.  To come to much later times, few-  people are aware of/the fact that air.  Gladstone (to whose famous breakfast-parties in Downing Street many  distinguished persons were invited,  and who was generally known as a  strenuous politician) had a jocose- and  genial side .to his nature, which wa?  especially attractive. His married life  has been described as one long honeymoon; and in his earlier days he  could so unbend as to be induced to  sing a song. One of his favorites was.  the "Tinker's Song," which had the  following   "giddy"   refrain :-*-.  A  ragamuffin  husband  and  a ranti-  poling wife,  We'll fiddle it and scrape it  Through the upj> and downs of life.  In this connection it may be pointed out that Lord Gladstone has inherited his father's love of music, and  one of bis lordship's pleasures in li fe  is to join in singing duets with his  wife.���������London Globe.  The  knocker  gets  his  oar  trained  to a very unmelodious sound.  SPRING REMINDERS  OF RHEUMATISM  Now why should children, all the  world over, show such a marked .preference for Zam-Buk?  V Children like Zam-Buk because, as  soon as applied to a burn, a out. Or. a  sore, it stops the pain and then gradually, but surely, it heals. As soon  as the pain of a 'wound or sore is relieved a child can go on with its play  and leave Zam-Buk to finish off the  healing.  Mothers might look a little more  deeply into the A action of Zam-Buk.  First, it is highly antiseptic. As soon  as applied it stops all danger of festering, blood-poisoning, and inflammation. Second,, it is .soothing. It  cools the wound.or sore; allays the  irritation; stops the pain and smarting. Then, thirdly, it stimulates the  cells, beneath the injured part, to  halthy action, and causes the speedy  creation of new, healthy tissue.    V  Just try Zam-Buk for cuts or burns,  or cold sores, or eczema, iulcers, rashes, bad leg, piles, varicose ulcers;-or;  any inflamed or diseased condition;  of the skin. Its effect vwill - highly;  satisfy you. All druggists and stores  50c. box, or free- from. Zam-Buk Co.,v  Toronto, for* price. Refuse harmful  imitations arid cheap, worthless substitutes.  A "   .������������������.'��������������������������� ' Yyy'y.yy ���������.--.���������  Marion Bridge, C.B., May 30, '09.  I have handled MINARD'S LINIMENT during the past year, lt is  always tho first Liniment asked for  here, and unquestionably the best seller of all tlie different kinds of Liniment I handle.  NEIL FERGUSON.  , You  can often  tell what a woman  really means by wliat she doesn't say.  >   Even a litlo trial is a big one if you  have no others.  One way to stop euruche is to soil  the piano.  SMfohh Gure  aalollly stops coua*b������, cared ooldH, henu  the  throat and  lurae. ���������   ������   ���������  26 centa.  A   one-tided   argument   never   gets  very strenuous.  A man usunlly works overtime during his vacation.  Maybe   a   mnn   hns   wheels   in   the  head to^nuke it <*at*y to punh bin face  Fortunately  for  most,  of  us,   common sense isn't fssliionnblo.  DODDS  '  KIDNEY  They Live tn the Trees.  Human tree dwellers are not yet  extinct. A Malayan newspaper describes an interesting discovery made  in South Canara. The Kudiyas, living  near Mangalore, include, it appears,  a clan who have become tree dwellers  by necessity. They live in huts built  amid palm and o&her tall trees in order to protect themselves against; at-  t cks of elephants and other wild  beasts of the jungle. Their clothing  consists of the bark of certain kinds oi  jungle trees* and they subsist on yams  ani moat. They are dark skinned and  noted for their fine physique, the women being even more muscular than  the men, and one of their chief occupations ia honey gathering, a very  uangerous employment, since the bees  of Canara build their honeycombs on  the treetops, often as much as 120 foot  high.���������Pail Mall Gazette.  Patti and the Burglars.  Among a ' collection of autograph  letter*, in London is one from Dime.  Patti wnich relates to a visit paid by  burglars to Craig-y-Nos. lt contains  tno following: "1 suppose the wretches  heard that 1 had jewels and diamonds  aud imagined tnat 1 left them about  loose in tao house, always hanging up  a fow diamond - necklaces in tao hull  with my hat and coat. However, it  was an inspiration on my part, going  upstairs just at that moment, and  wuile in tao corridor 1 began eingiug,  waich niaae them believo 1 wad going into tuo room they wore in, aud  consequently frightened thom away. 1  .knew my voice nad done a great ueul  ior mo, but never expected it would  bavo our houso from being robbed."  The Chaplain's Advice.  During tho reign of Jamo& I. tho  see of London full vacant, und, tno  claims ox applicants ior uio bishopric  bm~g v j numerous, lh: King askod  tho advice of Montaigne, his chaplain.  "May 1' suggest ttiat Your Majesty  wili ilud a bolutiou iu 'ho godpol of  St. Mark, i- > uiovoutk chapter and  twenty-third versa?" Tbo monarch  read tho puasagu, "Whosoever thull  suy unto'tuU mountaiu (Montaigne),  'He thou removed und bo thou caat  into tho Bua (soo)'." etc. King Jamos  hiiw tho point, und tho witty chupluiu  obtained thu seo.  Gin Pills act directly on the  Kid-1 says  The  Manchester  Courier,  noth  neys, relieve the pain, neutralize Uric j ing was easier than to punish an ob-  Acid, which is generally formed when j jectionable undergraduate by spread-  ������.._!        m     T_i. lng jam ajj over j^s IjqoIj^ wrecking  his pictures and crockery, and depositing the fragments in his bed. Sometimes after such a course had been  pursued it was the custom to raise a  subscription to oSer contemptuous  puymeut ior the damage done. Many  valuable pianos and pieces of furniture have been before now chopped  into firewood for bonfires.  Unpopular persons have been punished by the shaving off of half their  moustaches, and frequently disliked  undergraduates, especially teetotallers, have been ducked in beer. Al.  these methods are now-things of the  past. The modern "raggor." as an  artist of a high degree of ability and  good nature, one may be glad to  think, enters moro completely into  theso youthful ebullitions of spirit.  Some unhappy "fresher" may nave  quite unconsciously offended against  the esprit de corps of his college, and  the second-year men, who seem to  constitute themselves the peculiar  avengers of outraged college propriety  ���������-presumably ��������� on account of theirA recent emergence from the "fresher"  stage���������decide that his rooms must be  "ragged." It will b* advisable for the  fresnman in question, ii he gets wind  of tne proposal, to "make himself  scarce" till execution has been put  inVA'in: consequence of the judgment  ..pas'secL.:.. ���������.- 'A:":$ ���������> ���������'..,..-. .. AXi . ryy X  ���������XrProbablyAhe "wilt return "to" college  to find his rooms in a condition of  hopeless, though amusing disorder.  Quite a brilliantly lugubrious effect  can be compassed ih the first place  by turning all the pictures with their  faces to tne wall. Onevunlucky man  found several thin slices of bread  and buttjr, carefully cut for afternoon  tea, stuck airily, over Vthe A panes. ot  his window! Thebath:-. is found neatly hanging onV the * wall. All photographs and small ornaments are usually' discovered in a stack oh the top  of ther bookcase; theiAwhole surmounted by a lamp,y whose: oil vessel has  been filled .'with water, The bed will,  of course, be~:hnhiade, A and the sheets  will carpet: the flo^t, while the carpet  will serve a,s tapestry bo the walls.  The coal-scuttle is filled with water,  the ,fire is out, andy the matches are  carefully damped.. V The hearthrug  stands rolled up and tied inA a neat  cylinder iri front of the fireplace,  crownedv with a ''mortar-board" or a-  bowler hat. Booksv .will'., beV dislodged  in. time from behind; the pictures, and  boots will adorn, the ends \oi... the curtain; pole.    ;V A ~X .A,y;VVyyVy.;.y...V'A:;  Finally, a^^ neat lay figure, constructed : from, the pyjamasyand other oddA  mehts,: such as knifeboards;A teapots,.  cups and saucers^ arid; aAmask, will  be seated : in any - ea^y^iCijbair? smoking  the victim's best, pipe:5���������''":AThis, if en-v  countered inj the: dusk, : may prove  aomewhat disconcerting to the nerves.  But the general effect ��������� of a modern  "rag" is an expressionAof��������� bonhomie.  No one" is any the ���������worse! for the ex-  "My^ watch has'stopped and I can't  make it go," said the woman, just in  from her auto, laying the timepiece  on the counter. .V  "What seems to be wrong?" asked  the watchmaker, taking it up;  "I'm sure I don't know," said the  owner, "but it won't bpark."���������Buffalo  Express.   . yy; ; A ���������',' -. ���������-*.-���������  Becognized aa the Aieadini; Vapeciflc for  tho destruction of worms. Mother Graves  Worm Exterminator han. proved a boon to  suffering children everywhere. It seldom  faile. , "'���������'��������� -':  ���������  He was a newspaper publisher and  lay ill. The doctor came, put his ear  to his throat and said: "  "All that troubles you, my dear sir,  is-that your circulation is bad."   '  "Circulation bad, Doctor?" shrieked the man as he shot upright in his  bed. "Why, man, we have the largest  circulation in the State!" A  Minard's  Liniment Cures Burns,, etc.  A/A, PILLS  Si'I,h'vvyo^  Oickenv' Last Letter.  Tho lnnt parugruph of tlio la������t lottor  written by Charles Dickens roads:  "But I hopo 1 may bo ready at 3  o'clock. Il I can't bo--why, thon I  shan't l������o.   Kvor aflactionatuly, O.D."  This was written au hour or so boforo tlio fatal seizure. Evory word  droops below tho lovol from wliich  uncii oUrta, ench lino of writing du-  flcitinU across ttio pago, ttio ������itnplo  CD. in vory shaky, and tho wliol������  lutU;r  is broken and woak.    Charles  Dickens  o'clock."  ���������   pJCD.  was   not   "i-ady"   at  Ho died at ton minatos past  Nine times out of ton a man who is  proud is proud over ihe wrong things.  Only the uninformod endure the aoony  of corna. Thn Itnowtnir onea apply Hoi-  loway's Corn Ouro and pet relict.  Why She', Preferred Walking  An alort. littlo five-year-old wns taking a walk in a city park with her  mother for the first time, and whon  they arrived at the boat landing  whoro tho swan boats wero waiting;  for passengers litlo Elsie pulled away1  and declared very vip-orously that she  did not want to go, and as hor  mother urged her sho broko into  tears. '  ThiB auddftn fear was po unusual  that her mother could not understand  it until  sho heard    tho    boatman's  call:        a   ' , .,  "Como' along, ,oomo along���������ride  clear around tho pond���������Only fivo  cents for ladies and gonts���������children  thrown in!"  Tha Union 8plrlt  At a publio school not long ago tho  children woro training for tho annual  Flag Day colcbratioh. Ono boy, in  ordor to bIiow good reason why ho  should tnko a prominont part in the  ceremonios, anld that ho lincl a roal  gun; another had a pistol j a small  girl had a flag, and so on.  Finally ono tow-haired lad. of six  camo up to fho tftnober and stood  wnitinp: for hor to rpo him.  "Well, what is it?" sho anked.  "Ploaso, ma'am. I has a union  suit," was tho reply.  The Rule of Three  "T nay old man. cim you tell mo  whul Ih meant by the Rulo   of ThreoP  My girl nHked me nbout ib inst night.  Never beard of it before."  "Woll," ������aid the man at tho noxt  desk, with a frayed collar, and an incipient bald spot on his hoad, "if you  enn wait till you'ro marrlod, and Ilvo  with your wife, hor ancient maiden  sinter and their mother, you will  know the rule of throo all Tight."  RAW,   DAWP    WEATHER    STARTS  THE PAIN, BUT THE TROUBLE  LIES  IN THE BLOpD.     .  Spring weather is bad for rheumatic  sufferers. The changes from mild to  severe weather, cold-, raw, dampAwinds  following mildness starttheaches and  twinges, or in^ more extreme casesi the  tortures of the trouble going. But it  must be borne in mind that it is riot  the weather that causes rheumatism,  the trouble is rooted in the blood���������the  changeable weather merely starts the  pains. The only AwayAitov'reach;A the  trouble and to :cure it is through the  blood. The poisonous rheumatic acids  must be thrown'--.Off arid driven out.  This is a solemn medical truth, every  rheumatic sufferer v. should V Vrealize.  Liniments and V"outward;,application  may give temporary relief but they  never did and never can cure rheumatism . Any doctorV;wiUAtell you this is  true. The siuffefer ia only wasting  time and, money with this sort of  treatment, and all V the time the trouble is becoming' more 'firmly rooted���������  and harder to cure. There is just one  sure, speedy cure'A7-for rheumatism���������-  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. They act  directly on the weak, impure and  tainted blood. They -. purify and  strengthen it and thus root out the  cause of rheumatism. Here is: a bit  of proof out of thousands of similar  cases that might be given. Mrs. F.  X. Boisseau/ St. Jerome,;Que;, says:  ���������"For almost two years I; was S, terrible sufferer from rheumatism. The  trouble first located in -the right leg,  making work about the house impossible, and .walking: Avery 'difficult. I  tried to cure 'myself by. means of all  sorts -of liniments and lotions, but  with ho V result-~it was only money  wasted- The trouble Veonstahfty^g^  worsei arid the paihs^^ ������������������moreVunbearable.  Finally it attacked the otherV leg, arid  I was; all but helpless iarid' completely  discouraged, thinking I would be a  sufferer for the rest of my life. At  this'time I read in our home paper of  the trouble being cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and:I decided to try  them.' After using the pills for several weeks I.could see that they were  helping me, and I continued taking  them until I had used nine or ten  boxes when every symptom of the  walk as well as ever I did. Had I  known of Dr.; Williams' Pink Pills  earlier I -would have saved myself  much suffering and much money  Bpeht in  other  useless  treatment  as  well."    ������������������.���������..-. yy;: A > ������������������.-.-'.  Whether you aTe ailing or not a few  boxes of Dr. Williams* Pink Pills will  increase your vitality and give you increased strength to withstand the torrid summer weather coming, when  even the strongest feel .easily fagged  out. You can get these pills from  any dealer in medicines or by mail at  50 cents a box or six boxes for $2.50  from The Dr. Williams* Medicine Co.,  Brockviiie, Ont.  A Lovo Story.  Act I.���������Mnid one.  Act II.���������Maid won;  Act III.r-Made one.  aa^ukg  ww  WELL  In the Cockshutt Disk Drill the  grain box is. supported* oh a special frame, not the axle. As a consequence the drill does not sag  under the hardest and roughest  conditions, sowing evenly and  drawing light.  COCKSHUTT  DISK DRILLS  bow at 6 inches   distance,    cover  thoroughly, sow evenly to the last,  grain.    This increases the acreage  yield to the maximum.  For a long-lasting drill, ses the  Cockshutt Agent. For good sowing, to get good growing, get the  Cockshutt Drill, single-disk, double-disk and drag shoes are interchangeable.  OOCSCS^UTT PLOW  COMPANY,   LIMITED.  Brandon,        Regina,  ^    Saskatoon,  Calgary,      Edmonton,      Winnipeg.  Very Much Struck  She���������I'm just crazy about these exhibition places. ' I heard you got  stuck on the "Bump the Bumps."  He���������Yes, very much so. I encountered a splinter about half way  down.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Your druggist will refund money if  PAZO OINTMENT faHs to oure any  case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or  Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.   50o.  ���������  "Why did you say you were going to  serve your turkey a la comic paper?"  "It'll be stuffed with chestnuts."���������  Eagle.  - >       t  ShJhhk.Gure  Snickly stops coughs, oaxtea colds, heals  le -------- ���������  tbroatand lungs.  25 canta.  The man who let's well enough alone  never gets very far ahead.  The fishing line  popular chord.  will   soon be the  "A Grand Medicine" is the encomium  often passed on Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup, and when the results from its  uho are considered, as borne out by many  persons who have employed it in stopping coughs and eradicating colds, it is  more than grand. Kept in the house it  is always at hand and it has no equal as  a ready remedy. If you have not tried  it, do so at once.  The breath of scandal iB responsible  for much breezy conversation.  In Search  of Beauty  Ybu Must First Win Health  by Getting the Blood  Rich and Red  DR. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD  ....      '       '     . ,'   \   ���������'��������� I1.,       ���������-���������'������������������!      '   ���������    .;���������   ������������������        ������������������"!'  Every man and ovory. woman has  nn individual idea of what constitutes  beauty.  Is beauty skin deep or does lt depend on the glow which health nlono  can givoP Is it duo to regularity of  feature or to tho grnocfulness and  elasticity which necompony health  and vigorP  To win beauty you must first gnin  health. Rioh, red blood is tho secret.  Dr. Chaso's Nervo Food is successful  and popular because it forms rioh,  red blood and in thin way gives gracefulness to ovcry movemont and a  healthful, natural glow to tho complexion.  Thin blood nnd weak nerves soon  give one a tired, worn out appearance. Worry and anxioty show them-  Helves in wrinkles and caro linos. Dr.  Chase's Nervo Food enriohos tho  blood, restores vigor to tho norvcB  and drives away headaches and bodily pains,  By filling tlio nrtcrioB with now, md  blood Dr. Choao'u Nervo Food rounds  out tho form to healthful proportionn,  makos tlio muscles nnd tfsBmca flrm  and strong, and gives vivacity to  mind and body.  Dr. A. W. Oliniio-fl Nervo Food, oO  cents a box, 0 boxes for $2.5G, at all  ti colors or Kdmannon, Bates ic Co.,  Toronto.  Wine Jugs of Leather.  One doeshotusually think of leather as a material i.With which engravers  and sculptors could do effective work,  and yet hundreds; of years ago amazing results Were obtained by artists  who had the knowledge and the patience to achieve success. Collectors  who haye devoted their, time to-searching for leatherv art work���������.have .been,  richly rewarded in Spain.  The leather made at Cordova of dog  and goat skins gave that city a reputation which has ^endured,until to-day,  and this pliable"material; was ldbubtT  less the means of: enabling: the Spanish leather workers to excel the craftsmen in other lands.  During the sixteenth-century, when  the Spanish manikin wine jugs were  made, the art was at its height. Often  these manikins were of an ironical po.  litical character or were satires on  leading ecclesiastical rulers.  Theso jugs were usually made of  thin wood, wax- or cement and were  then covered with leather that hod  been boiled to a pulp. The features  wero then worked in as desired. The  leather was allowed to harden and  was stained black and polished. They  thus bocame objects of real beauty as  well as curiosities. Some of., theso  wino jugs resemble polUhed ebony.  y. Queer Coronation Gifts.  One of tho most extraordinary gifts  made on the coronation day of Ed-  wurd I. was that of 600 horaes which  had beon used by tho royal princes  and other personages ' in tho process  sion to Westmlnfatcr Abboy. Thoae  borscs, all richly caparisoned and har-  nesscd just aa thoy woro, woro lot  looBti into tho vory midst of the mob  after tho. banquot in Westminster  Hall that always succeeded a coronation in those days, Tho people In tho  Btroets; woro permitted to catch tho  animals,, aiid to : him who caught a  horse it and its apnointmonts bolong-  od.���������London Ohroalclo.  Improvements In Ocean Travel.  When Oharlos Dickens wont to  America ho was stuffed into a miserable littlo cabin and bunk, as com*  fortablo as Foi staff in tho buck basket,  and was bumped moro unmercifully  than was Sancho whon tosned in tho  blanket. Thon a winter voyago in tho  ���������hips bf that dny facing high gales  was an inconceivable horror, and  many a voyager sailing to join the  family group at Christmas novor came  homo. Now ocean voyaging is safor  and moro luxurious on tho wholo than  any othor form of travel without exception���������London Tolcgraph.  ������* Pewleas Churches.  Thoro wero no pews In tho churches  of Scotland boforo tho reign of Charles  T., and peoplo who wished to be nested whilo sttendibg sorvioos took stools  with them. For the evening servioe  tho parifchlonors provided thumsolvM  with their own oandlat.  "You had no business to kiss me,"  said she poutingly.  "But it wasn't business; it . was  pleasure," he responded.  Minard's  Liniment relieves  Neuralgia  The ship was sinking. A great  panic was .imminent. "What shall  we do?" cried the terrified passengers.  "Send for the barber," remarked  the professional humorist. "He's the  only man on board who can razor."  With justifiable rage they hurled  him into the angry sea.  A reception is, a place where women fail to enjoy themselves if they  are invited, and get sore if they are  not.  ^>^  ^.."V* >  :^T>,  Mrrjofin  ������b    Jf   *    *   W  * <S  *  IIoreMes:  ��������� i. ���������   i .    >  ' "Ic was in tho latter ond ctit tho  year 1008 that a naBty ltoh camo  through my skin, and Isoratchod it  ���������until I toro tho flesh. I tried several  olntmonts to no effect. I went to a  iBkln hospital. .Thoy advised mo to  go to tho ������������������������������������ -.-��������� Hospital, but I ro- .  fuflod. I oould nofc sloop with tho  'constant itoh. I was thai way until  on a. about tho month of January.  Ono day I chanood to soo in tho papers  a ������a-* like mine, but X gavo it no  orocumoo., At lose I eaid, ^ I will* try |  the- Outloura Kemodlofl,' With tho i  fhvs wash and Outioura Ointment I  ���������Uiod. I found thoir effects. JL got  ono box of tho Ointment moro, and  In Inwi than ono week tho skin was all I  right, and lert no traoos after it. I  have not had a return of tho namo  oinoo, and I shall alwaya praise tho  Outloura noraodloa as bolnjr, tho  means of my ouro,"  , (Signed) Samt Trumthh,  04, Bootland Hood, Liverpool.  In a furthor lotter Mr. Tyrrell adds:  "Tho flnt appearonoo of my skin  eoaoma was a burning itch whioh 11  toro and loft my body, logs and arms  ono mans of sores. It caused Bleep*  lean nights, but now I oan sloop aa  wall aa ovor."  (Uticitra.  Soap and Ointment  are sold by dnugtoU stmnnhm. Voiutt ������ru������  * Ohtm. Corp, Bol* prepc tUmUm, Mtm.  u*iud ttss, Outknurt Book ������*" wMis aummm.  W. N. U., No. m.  'il HIS
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IHB business girl ls so recent a
development that some of ua
have hardly become accustomed
to her yet. We are used to the girl
who teaches school, to the girl who
gives mu-sio or painting lessons, even to
the girl who does bookkeeping or stenography, but we have always regarded
her as something of an exception. Some
of us are so old-fashioned that "we have
not yet shaken off the habit of taking
it for granted that when a girl finishes
school or college, or whatever course of
study she hats pursued, sbe wiill come
home for a while, to be'Ja comfort to her
mother and father and have a Utitle
social life, and then marry and enter a
bomo of her own. There are a few of
us who still cherish a sneaking conviction that this le perhaps, after all.
about the best thing a girl can do wittt
her life. '       -
Yot the business girl is undeniably
with us in force, and there oan be no
doubt she has come to stay. There
seems to be no limit to the lines of work
��he will undertake and carry through.
Every day I am hearing of new departures���at jeast new to me���fihe has made.
I-iast week some one told me of a
���woman who is running a farm and 6ell-
}cg vegetables to ber. riol' coun.tr"
neighbors, and making money kby it. I
know several women who are impresarios, managing singers and readers
and lecturers, .and women who superintend factories, who are engineers,
draughtsmen and architects, are as
plenty as women who manage tearooms,
serve as caterers, personally conduct
parties of travelers to the far ends of
the earth and drive -automobiles.
And the business girl Ie not restricted
to the number of those who find self-
support necessary. The germ of independent work Is in the air, and few are
tho young women who escape it. Tho
fact tluit their fathers can take care of
them, and want to dc It, does not seem
to affect them In the least. Out of the
parental nest tbey go, to tryi tJhelr
wings, to pick up their own food and to
make their own nests.
All   this   attack   upon    the    business
wona   by   woman
claes.- and there-seems to be some doubt
as Set how they'shall b'e treated. ��� What
ls the Important feature���the business or
the girl? Which "is to be considered
first? Is the fact of the business to be
borne in mind to an extent that >eads us
to * accord the .girl the same kind of
treatment we would give her brother in
business? Or is the standard position ot
the girl in the home to continue to influence us even after she has to a degree emancipated herself?
I know one girl who works as hard as
any'man. She .le'aves her house by J-S
o'clock in the' morning, and there are
occasions when she does not return to ,
lt until 9 or 10 at night. Her average
dinner hour is 7.30. She gets home, well
tired .out, Just in time to wash her
hands before dinner, whioh her mother
has cooked and put on the table. When
the meal is finished she helps clear
away and wash up, and it is often 9
o'clock or later before the tasks are
done and the woman who haa been out
of the house at work all day can sit
down for a few minutes* rest and reading".
I also know a man who works in the
same office with this girl, and whose
hours are no longer, his work no more
exhausting than hers. When he gets
home at night Ms dinner is ready for
him, and by the time he bas finished
lt   he   apparently   haa   energy   left  for'
KAJyfl
mthe
"When the meal is finished she
helps her mother."
������������������������������nnasEawMl
Of course, -nien^diffier in their attitudes 4 .    . ��������*���
toward their homes.   I know men who
are handy about the house, who drive
* ��.    . rr   ^
nails   and   put   up  shelves   and   repair
furnituie and ��o a variety of other odd
* jobs for which a carpenter or a painter
, or a plumber" wpbld be called In for less
fortunate households. The man who
lives in a country town , takes it for
granted, generally, "that he should do a
little gardening after his working hours
are over. It *is his; relaxation, his rec-
'Teatlon,  and so  far as my experience
V* "* <
.goes his performances in' this line aie
usually regarded less as duties than as
* free krace. He is> considered as bestowing a favor rather,,than fi|lflHing a tasic
whioh should De'6bliga.tory upon iiim.
But is it ever so with a womi^n.who
follows an employment which takes her
dutside'of Irelr home?' What measure of
Indulgence Is accorded to her? Does her
family   ever  shake   off   the  impression
������" tu>aiti.'6be  should.-.be ;--a3*V$adjj>* to - discharge" small  houienOld * tasks" and  re-
"  sponsiDihues   as though all her lifo Jay,   .,
within the four walls of her"home   and.*
���   she  had-never known  any but domes-1 *'
tic  puisuits?    When she /hurtles home   J
fiom the office in order to arrange tho
tl&Werd for dinner and make the e&lad
dressing  and  superintend  the�� arrange-
' ment af' the table; when she.sjteals l^me
from' her morning sleep, that- -she may
dust ��tihe parlor and look over the dean
clothes   befoie   ahe   goes' forth   to   her
dally toil���is .this y regarded as'-'anything '
but >a  xnatter-df-couree  assumption   of
- * .   i�� * -* . .
regular  duties to whach  she was born       _
.and raised?   Afe allowances made fo*- "Etiergy'leftfor'nothing but a pipe."
her betMLUse she has to work hard;?.!!
day. out in the world, and does,.8a��y one
.   . - ��       * ���   .
feel, -with the mother of Jfi\e "man whose
case  I  have cited,  that after-'she���hae *
beenlaborlng all day nothing should be
* asked  of  her after  she * g'&h home at
night?     : r -    . ... -
I suppose women have been the home-
mi'akers-oi'the world too long for tMem
to assume any other position, for a
while without protest, open or tacit. A
good, deal of 'education will be necessary before we get to the point where
we yield them the' same privileges
WhJoh ���fcJnrj'Ir brothers Jiold aS a foregone
conclusion. Do the majority of women
really wish to attain this standpoint? If
pressed to it. would not they pwn that
���theyJWa^e a lingering enjoyment ..of domestic duties���an unwillingness to relinquish tfc��� carfeS which have been fchWre
since Eve first kept houso while Adaan
tilled the ground'*
Even in this day of all vocations
for wo-nen it is difficult for them to
get away from the position to which
they- have been trained for years past.
An amusing instance of this oan��e to mo
the *other dav.'*" 'A young woman of my
acci'uaintanw: whom I -would never liava
suslrected of the least leanings towowi
-domesticity, so thoroughly did she seem,
to have been emancipated by her of-
fire employments from anything approximating a*-home, called me up by tele*
phone.
"May I"" come up tomorrow evening^
"and use your -machine for. half, an
Jhour^' She asked. I hesitated, my mind
running over the t-oftee machine, the
washing"machine, the vacuum cleaning
machine, tlie typewriter. "Which did ��be
hiftan?-..
"You =aid you had been working at
your machine the other day, and I
thought perhaps you would let me come,
up and run up a shirtwaist with it,"
the voice went on.
" "T meant the writing -machine," I explained.    "I  don't  own .�� sewing ma��
ohlne/' *  ���>.
There was an exclamation of disappointment and then a laugh.
"Isn't it funny that I should have
taken'it for granted a machine could J��o
only a sewing machine?",, she said. "I
don't believe Tm'eo^free from femininity as some people seem to thfak��
after oil!"
I don't believe she Is. either: and I
don't believe that women will for
many generations get to the point
where they will not feel a sense of
pleasure, no matter how vigorous business women they may be, in doing tho
essentially feminine things. I should be
sorry to think otherwise.    ���      >   ,
At t e same time, such feminine
duties should be considered as their
pleasures rather than as an obligation. Sdy what we may, it is not fair
to expect a woman ,to go" qut and.do
her work as a man might and yet
force the hqme work upon her, as we
might if she never strayed beyond the
bounds of the household.     -*        ' '
"Hurries home to make salad
dressing.?' ���
nothing but a .pipe and the evening
paper, while his mother clears the table
and washes the dishes. She does not
feel aggrieved at having to do It, either.
She says the poor boy has been work-
ins hard the whole day and it is
little  enough  to grant  him   the
chance  to  smoke  and  read   the   .
paper in peace."" I om not sure ������ *
but what I agree with her. ���.."'.'
But "ho'w..aboiit the girl?;\Why 'should
different conduct be expected fro'rh her?
Is It because home ba3 always been
the woman's province and we have not
yefc adjusted -ourselves to the notion
that lt ls too much to expect any one to
be man and woman* too, "the breadwinner and the bread-baker,- besides?
Aro we tpalcing a. fnlafrk^anS In which
case? Should we ask more'of the man ' '*A genuine'pleasure'in doihg&he
or leas of the woman?    *  ��    ��� '/  ,���"essentially'/en$ni-Cie things".
IMPORTANT.-NOTICE.
���   ���arySIOAVBB   of   the ��� enormous
���</5��������������� .uutobar of letters sent, to
���[r~?Y'{thexBaohtyipe, I must ask���>���
[oonttmttors to-Mmtt-Jthelrloom.A-
mwHmttians to 100 words, except
in eases :o(yformulas',or reoipes
whioh require greater spaoe.    I
witnt ydlt mv'. corrosponaouis'' to
havo1 a'showing in the<"' Corner,
and ,ifmv request in this reancot::
is complied with it will tie poaaU
hie to print many more letters, '
conditions of  tho workljis:  Kill,   especially
,   tlio   ono   who, boards, ..I-couM, nil, pages
which  would  enlighten  somo "people'"as .to
.   thoir  own   responsibility   In .tho;*'matter.
And It Is tho responsibility'.of' every viom&rf
Hying .toIt'do,,aft. shojqan 'to   llsiiton   tnq
burdens of hoi" slBtOr'wherbvcr slio may find
v.)\ar�� A broad systeim of education alons'tho
lines of brotherly Jove, not preached In ser- '.
. ni<ini��.*^ut lived. In, llfo,  is tho only solu-'
,   tion of iho nroblem,
I..-B, H.' (Atlanta* aa.).
i*   ft    t t   *ikV
t-:���rrr'
Do vou wonder that I Wil i.6 pity Jus.
gavo a latter of recommendation to Nelllo
for any position ane .might wish ,to'(111,   Sho xlcla,  excoiii in-hor mno-roneu of. what eon-
��ot a placo. In'a depa,i;tinoi\t storo���not ono       retinites wilf.re&pcet and" womanhood?  It l��
of tho best claite.Abut^qno., much; frequented too bad that- sho must; work so hard. ;and
by tho poor arid. mlt|dla'classes,. Hero sho-' ;*tarvo, ������iVnd''try to, rftOk*''bothI ends' inooi,
stood  bohlnrt   a, ooii'ntor} each, day   until  fl     .   'and bo'.'did' bojcorb'n<)irrtrhi<i;;   But'Vwore' t-'i,
P.- Mv   nnd;"on  SatwridQyu nhtll-10 vp.   M. to   oftof ' hor' a  J��iiif<f>ii'tftt)')A,.berth :ln; V'niiy
Bho.niurft' lm tlioroat 8'ovory mornlni?., {81io. , , slioll,W<jd. lu��mQ.,ao., Va .'j'antd", shoywould ;^,-
boBan at'80'. bor weolt.,'.'At tho end qt six..; .���turn"froiii> It'ln'. dlsRwsU-.-i."^'", sho womld ") '
yours shp  U KcttlnK 111, ' Wa.��t wlnUr' ��li�� ������������������: nasp;. "iwdul-1 ratfier dlcl"��
know* the truth of what 1 have written.
D. P. (Chicago).
Our next letter Is from a man  who
has  tallfed  over the  question  with  his
wise 'wlfo.
IV
My  wife   and  I bave  decided  with  r��-
gnrd  to  Justiciars  wail  of woe  that  her
case..ls Jot exceptlqnal.. But .whose fault
Is lt'\hat hor condition is such?   She answers   that   question   herself   wheni she
savs:   "I don't know a thing about cooking  or  waiting and  can't   (might  she  not
tfily   e^y   won't?)   wait   .to*,.bp. ..taught."
Her expenses, according to hor own  fiR-
ureSj.  jjrp   $6 25   per   w^k, ar(tlie 'lowest.
But as even a slip of a girl cannot suli-
. .   slst^p a G-cent sandwich for lunch, and
''' Vestffurant  keepers  art  not   In the  busi-
.- iicsB for  their  health,   10  cents for noon
'   lunch ls a 'moderate allowance, ^rinping
her expenses up to <7.15 per week, leav-
. "ing .hor   a   net. balance   of   $2.85   for. a
W��*ok'fl earning.   Anj' girl that shows the
;  Hast. Indllnatilpn^to' learn   <or    perform
housohold   duties   can    ea filly   get   $3   a
ywcek.'.ln addition tq a room. bo$rd  and
washing',   with   a   prospect   of     a    raise
. u.wljtolji. three ipqnjhf, and almost^ always,
*   'TiiuVsd'ay  arte'rni'on   off,   and' sho  Is' not
bossed  by o   nipn nnd  frowned  upon  if
���''   sho sl��8'dtfwn''"fdi''flvo mlntitoB.r^
Whon I saw the cauhglrls, bundle wrappers, etc., behind the <��� c!ountcrti"' rocjsntly
in ono of tho IU
thotp.'biA.Iidf/
opinion of tho parents or gunrdinns that
, would flaocjllco 'trl)j!ilr J\W�� aosh nnd' b'toflfl, "
to  suah   drudgery,    'Of  tho oldi'f  ones,' I
tlioii��htJysi)^as ��^oy had evidently chosen
th��'li   li}\"for ���them.icKvcs', * Mv wlfu and  I"
havo jono iljiuglitor.   As my cnrqln(fn wero   .
nov^r'moro*-��hnn'$ia ft'wock, und'tny wlfo  '
was much of an Invalid, besides Qiir burv-.,
^ ing'thVnd chifdrfcn. 'fc*ory little* bit wdtOd "
hnvo helped;  but  I simply could   not  Ucur
tho thought 1 Of; gliding'. *V>y /Ahltd out^fts'
u. shopgli'l,  como wh|ii  might.    She Inarn-
T HKl;ihnusult};ui^nn.|(>f-hor jinothcr, q I though ���
hor inclinations  wi?ro"for slonography nnd
^^clty   stores,   I   pitied
Wat help forming ari"
Coras,  Bridgets and  Janes,  Christinas and
Aunes of the kitchen as among the Mays
and   Mjrtlea   behind   tbe   counter,   cr   as
among   the   Victorias   and   Violets   of   the
gi*9.iui*..��   rooii. s "But, ^t^crs    ���    ^    ^cMcJ
amounting   to   con\lctlon   that   among   the 4
employe* in shops and stores there are those,
'uho would think less of a stain on theli\
honor   and   cnaracter  tnan   they   would   of-
' stains on their hands caused "by dishwater.
Mothers,   If you  would have your daughters useful, .teach them housekeeping) Girls,,
if  you  would  bo a mistress  In your own
home, learn housekeeping!
O.  N.  N.,  a husband and father  (Clinton,.
Iowa).
Our. next 'fetter Is also 'from1 a man,,
but much of It Is too strong ,to find a
place' in the columns of the family paper. 1 will, however, .give some extracts. ' . * A
V
T6 ' ono *whb -understands, the eternal
M'hlnlngs or young womon who parade thslr
woes imu Virtues' in rl'ewnpaper columns are
disgusting, Ono hears everlastingly of tha
"sitfaWfc" creatuics, underpaid and overworked, for whom nothing Is loft but starvation cr Uvea of shamo. Nonsense! Tt
women are not ashamed t�� do honorable
wo^k; if they are nipt too proud to ,llvo, aa
respectable women In decent homes, thoro ia
no ,iy'Cfl of their turning to "livoa of
Ahame.*','"'nme was when girls ijciK&u ir��
famines for from $1 to.$2 a isock and wera
^oniohtrd,' Vie'iiUhy. happy nnd laid by
money, then got married and wero happy
wIJfB-'tui'il mothers. Gradually, ntt the Idoaa
of Roclnl stntus "rose,", our girls flocked to
shopichnd factories as.more "tfanti^l.''> Domestic^' wages climbed apace, until now
,evl'n .nt, 80 nnd If) a wc<n< there are not
enou'teh ninlds to go aiound.
."Would >ou lot 5^0|ir daughter do It?"
quYKcs Juntlcln. I* cannot "answer for,
others, (but although my father was a pro-
feHslonnl imnn, do nm I; my dautflirtK at-
tonded,normal school at a timo when I was
'iniVal>ilud and could not mako anv money,
yixi during thoso two years aho supported
The Li fir, qfXthc $uz'mess' Girl'
THK.lottorAfrpm JiiBtlcla hris, cuirodV
forth st> many replies and'rcrhbn- ,
atranccs that It has ficCincd wise
,10 Havo this.wook In the place ot tho^
iroiiHomolliors' Exchange a ByJrnpoi��lui��y
on tlio lAta of tlio Dualnoan Olrl. ���! give'
an many ofthe lottors received as I oan
mako spaoo for. ,
In reply to vour auorv ��* to whether
"Justlola" l�� a fair type ot hijr order, I
.'���;���'.���' wish to My from exnerlonc* thnt sha I'ii".'i I*;
It not main to any and to every ono what
a girl who 011ms from $A to $10 a wnMc, and
who has to pay hoard and' laundry and
avery othpr expoiwe, mn*t ��aorinc* in ordftr
to Juaf live? Juatlola'a case Is no ettremo ;
ono' by any .means, and if spodo"'$i��nnlU��a
K could Wl;y6v of alrlt w|��o earned It and
who went hungry for tha want of any lunoh
at all. Articles appealing to the i��rtl��tlo
*id�� 0/ one's naturo, tell/ng of .nutrltfou* ,
nnd,. dainty Inpolies, arc mostly, \^n��t��d, no
far aa being a benent to, thq penon wliom
tlisy ar�� intended for. Mat because those
Kills would not, but .because ther, could not,
Uka advantage ��t the advlco, Cm may
<hw>w up ono's linods'rtnd eay, vtoci bad;
���ooor things! But what oan we dot" ' nut
that Is noor consolation to the miittnrs, I
iut> b*en s student of sooiolngy for'many
mssxs and have. g|v��n mueh thought t* tlv
Vv 'I  nave b(
II
'mnrrlod'.'' Two
���; lniNband^ boigan.hpusokopplng with nothing ,
cahip to.soo nio'-'ahd, as I "wan, engaged 'in '*'���    HOpSBKEBPBiK A "WHO:1* KNOWS : CN'ew aM'iAit but, ��nlnka,'tw,hinr good mnnnKc- '
wrltljw,j(!v'.\etiprat;thb;tlmp..1 told hcyahft -y'Ayo^i:':yXy.'lXHA^ ll^A,^:'     ""''.        ment   ,nnd   hor   husbnnd's   industry  and
a
< .bofikkooplnR,   Nflw.-of 28,'.whq^Is; -happlly -���   h^rsolf'b���� uVslstlng in a .rQspoctablo ��� fam-
>   years���' ago   slio   and   Imr     '4lly. doing all Kinds of In
been  almost' amuMd  to seo  tho
,ttaAet tal'tch. KV Justlcla, ,fqr,.,X Itnow no well
that ovon whllo sho complains she would
nbt exchange, her lot for that bt the beat* .
paid.and most highly rospectbd domost|o
in tho land. ,How do I hnow? ���Whv," |
, havo triad hor, or ono Juit Uko her.
-' jPai-mtt a' littlo bit of personal cxpcrlonco. .
..I took Into my homo a girl 10 years of ngo.
' and  alio  lived  with   1110   for  seven , year*.
'Sho cama to ino as assistant mirso to my
vyoungxiat child; thon .3'years of, ago. An
he grew beyond tho nood of a nurse, Ncl-'
Ho rouiulncd un ehnnihornmld, and lni��>r
took the placo of waltroBS, gho know
nothing vvhen sho came to me, but tiy the
timo shu had boon In my employ for four
or ftvo yoara shn was a hJ>antlful waHi^sn,
Bhe ,waa a wweet-tompcred, bright little
preaturo.   and  wb  ^eroi All   fond  of   hor.
^Oho mAdo httr Intcroirts nnd ours no much
-ono thnt sho ftl^ayn: spoke of "our ohlldron" and "our-house..'' Bho hnd hw own
dainty' little room, or which she wns very
fond, \\fe ww<"c living In a suburb, and
uho made rrlt-nAw uiuontc other mulilm tn th��
vicinity., Alternate Sunday afternoons and
evenings nnd ��vory other Thursday afternoon and evening she had "off." in addition to this I gave her from Saturday
noon until Monday morning every . two
months. She was very happy. Finally" bur
mother fell ill, and tha daughter mutrt tag*
�� position whom she could tie at' horn*
���very night with the Invalid.   About that
������  *lno* -a num-rt into the city, and I Klkdly
.handsonfo.'Or, rtnfyBo', ���'��� N*|W;"1rorJe mfn'olel^ft Ibut'lnaiJotlleV lAngo
n'nil,1 and jT.'had good city as *a mllllnftM,a)iit��tq.b'. yriio'flrat
Qii   It   waa   boing',a ,,, RftBlM��>n JCtBpt, 1 Hopt (or. a .nt\ihtn, Afot*
'Whatl" m'u'llvu out aiiatn, do'you say?
Noyorl     Do *0u 'suppouo, after being my
oiyn ml��tresi|,'thut,r would ";i>v<V;airi>ltt.��o
Into, any. pno's hapno'as avjwrvant? ^T9��r
,1 know I wag happy..haro,> .'and. �� .got..-my
. .good i&& a month, -nnd a* birthday present
nlwai-s; or nomothlng
$5, and I loved theni,
ouro.    nut 1 toli yc)u
aorvant, ' iuet tha' same... Now i I havo. niy
evenings off.    Of'" courso,. In my  mother's
yflat on tho East Sldo It Isn't Illco It |s here
fnr slum and comfort, but nt all evonta I'ui ,
. my. own mlstross."
I hoard' tho. listening mVid put in a
feoblo dofonso. ��� >��� ��� ��� ���' ��� ���
���VI don't sen hovv'ylm'ivt'any inore your
���own .mistress  than1 'I am.    Vou4 told, mo
yourself that your feot ache terribly each
v night,  that, you .can't/ sit down 'for' hours
during the. day, that you often* get but a
���moan bite at noon.'and that, slok or well, ,
you munt aland bahlnd thnt oounten ��� Whlla
I  may he treating here ,in |iny/ydntfortablo
room. ��� iv'liero 4110 j-au moro, -7ri>f tlion if,
yon were still here?" ,���    , 1, 1     ��
The answer was decided.
"Suiro, after Btoro oleics 1 onn do a* I
tjloasc, and there's no oiia ��ah point to'mo
and say,  '8ha's> Mrs, IllanWa sorvant.' ���"���
"And would vou rathor havo them say,
���aiio's �� nhoftgljrl?' ','..,. �� . ,   .
"Indooa I'would, .for that's the same na
belnar �� i��l#sla*Vln th��' right understand-
Ing. * And while I'm ,a, aalMUdy, you'ra
known ns 'A maid.' "   ���'
.���'.���l.lXlI.*' ... V 7, ,.     ���     "��
��� Aftor reading tho nrtlclo written ,bj V
.Juijtlpla, ,J, ,y/nn ;rnpvod it,p'vwrlj'o. ,to yout.'i> -;
,. p.tatlng that.I, bollovo every word of that .
,t, .l.trttor.��;-'l ihav�� Jhafl . ��iiporluno��,,*'not  iri j <���<
���itfiy .empl��iVeM was.bhay ahd .had, to* talco
ywjfiat liocbuld got;   Whon I ifoiind .that Ay
',' go'od  'glt-ls  ^e��;b ',^ot. pbpulni' thoiV'ahd   '
.110', :yn'iitvi)���, I,'lujrt, V'l'lui Hicoiid. pliUJo  I
hopt for a wooltV for thoy had tho ,samo
standards   as. at. No.   1.    I   boarded   at
honfo, rbrtilna'tely,   I could tell ynu of a  i'
big storo that won't vilro a girl Who In
what'they call   "too vfrtuous,",   I  wont;;
there   for'omployihcnt' becauso-   1    wa*
groan.    Wlion  I'll'mrnod the  truth,  and y
,tl|Vy' "lfe��iri\ort ,U\o ,J��li>4  l.'.'wa's,' I' could
look .clsowli'oro. > ft Juiilola, gnta  $10   a .,
Venk, *shu. nets jmore-thnn  I  did;   $4.50  '.
wsk all that* rrecrUod*.    T paid 88.50 a
wook fOr .Vny UOu/d^'OO bents a weok for
nnrfnri) nnd ) ojirrji'd. niy lunch with mo
from   home, ..you.mlo  not havo  to be .a
<" clerk��� to, he looked down on. The foaling
goes to liookkoepnrs, stenographtirs, typ*-
wrltewi, jnvir$c��, .,drcwmalc��r��, hairdrcM-
��t"'.','*\p*notr'*0nev'e.rythlnir that a gin can
do to earn hor own living.. Pli-> la anaerad
at, and remarks are m��di> mat ti(��'��
"not -much." as "she's got to work for a ,
living."   I havo heard suah remarks, and
not,have Itno^h'hojv.jito manaito on, his ���
small Income, nnd would havo been Ignorant, of ixow to, cook and *m��ko ,tho
host? of tlio' pr'ovlnlons sho bought.'
.Rays tho wl��p domestic: , "^Vhyjshould
Island behind tho counter pulllhg down'
bundle aftor bundle fo^ customers who
do not lcnow' what'they want; pay out
my scant earnings for things more ornamental than ,'isoful,-, In order -to look
attrnotlvo and pleasant for thn bnnont
of my employer, pny dcorly for menls
tluit are scanty and 111 prepared; afraid
to rest my weary foot for onu moment
In nu,, that, long? day, ,whon I can, as a
domestic, have a nlno room to myself,
pat,,what l.w^nt, rest<whon,-,my work Is
dono'," hav�� a hulf holiday each weik
.and* at tljo ond of that ,,wnok, hnvo $<
all Aiy own, owing nobody n oont?"     ;
tanya th.o huslnoiis woman;    "My mother,
taught ino to keep liounp, and T am proud'
of  It.     I  wits   not  needed  at homo,  and
took a position as stenographer, und haw
mndn my��ielf Invnlnahle by lesnilng my cm-
ploycr'atbiulns*".,   As a shopgirl I could,,
not have done thnt.     Had I fulled as a
.stenographer T'could have gone Into! any.
home   and   tilled   Ihe   poeltlon   as   housekeeper or iiiiiM."
A�� to "nrshs" of the liltchi-n, .Tmtlela
knows. If sho wants to lio inst. thut fins
may nnd as tfiie ladlrs In lionri���not, moro
droits ur comylcxlon-nmontf tho Uat|��s anu
housework except tha
;> jwnshlng.    Then,  during a. year white -sho
hod to wait'for her return on the'appoint-,.
., mant list, alio did liousewcrk and baby tending, imd'-thus aUpporiod herself,   Thdro'4s a
��� cry all ov?r���tho,country for domestic help,
������   yot wn claim that our virtuous'4a\Jgi**>ers
must go to tho bad just because factory and
i utoro bM*e��'\fclll   not pay  themyi .'living
wagol   Nay, thoy need not, for 'supply ot
foollNh girls exceeds tho domiynj,  ,    ., ;;<
Ju��t   for   the   sake   of    experiment, 'try.
, housework,, Miss ( Justlcla, You need, not
"learn a new trado," aa 'you put it, only
bring to the work a willing heart and deters
mlnntlon,' to plenso. Ybu'1 may riot havo
Quito tho "freedom," but you will have i\
, plenty of good food, a warm bed, Improved
health and money In the bank. And when
yon mnrrv you'll know how to cook a m��nl
and'keep house for a rhan who'd like a genuine" home, You'll know, how to mend
clothes, tend the sick., ond If there havo
been children In tho homes lit which you
w^re.employed, you will know how tp give
Intelligent' cara to-your" own children.' Aa
to "ilogradatlon,"- my child,, I' fear, from
��� the tbna of your" letter,1 that Urldget .and
IDInah might teach even 1 vou, something
abp'ui^good breeding, modesty of heart and
the dignity of labor, Abraham l.lm>oln waa
a niniiiriltti-r. end his ko��.iI .mdVniir ��as
P'*ilhly one of those despised kitchen acuU
lions and household drudgta.   Ir you are "��
��� .ladv" and "on Am#rlcsh." you are not a
whit too wood to do honest household woik
��� and ihua earn' de'o#'nt wagss,   l-'V- W,;".'���'-,! ���
"A nUDB MAN.'*
TTowrvPr oplnlona may * differ ;aa t<
the lUHtlcp of our correapondimi'g views,
ull iiuiat iturati that, he has*bh�� oaarana
or hia'convlctlona.         <���*
���.' !���.
HryXiyiy
mmiimim^llimiljlmluiam^^ In-1  I*  111'  til  m  ���������������  IXa  k  k  ���������ti  M  l'x  I  I'M  -���������I  l.ftr*  I.  w  11'4'  yVylpt^^AMA^  If  THE CAN ADS AN  BANK  ^ COMMPDr,p  k w a  [fi Im ������\,%������cr I���������a  9i* EDMUMD WAUt^rX av.Qi. U-D., D.C.U i^MWMiNT  ALEXANDER LAUSP.  GAP5TAU - ^ICMXKWXJO  REST, ^ $7,000,080  FARMERS'   BUSINESS  The Canadian Bank of Cotnras-res astssgSs to Farmers every facility  for the transaction *��������� their banking bustaass uachsatag *������* uiacount sua  collection of sates notes. Blank tales notes are supplied free ef charge  on appticataea. e  BANKIfiO   BY   M&1%,  Asso-isssts. ens? fee 9������ese4 at eves-w brastch of Ths .���������Cffif**-^?^"! ff^V-r of  Commerce to be operated by mail*, aa* wai receive.; 8fea sasae careful  attention as is given to al! otber departaieats of the Baak's b^siaesa.  Money may be deposited or withdrawn ia this way as satisfactorily as  by a persoaal visit ta the Baa*. , 231  <PEFCY m FOWLER, SSsxsgsf, Cfsstsn Shsstsh  1       ���������   1       ^-V -4���������   S~>L    I  rlutci  c-  'reston  ������\tznjvzf&  wawua  ���������aaJMMMWff  I^NOMSBSMSM  _   Friday a������eaastoa.Britiih CeltaaVts. by fee  UsMaw Os., at thaw effloe, Wflaoa ATonno, Oraataa.  Feb-  J. K. Ji  aU������������ G. Sa**?**  3*bs*sfe������e*, nt������t  ;*-S������^ Neg������33, IS; 5*. ������j.g5; ������. fMf\  7)te Lesditig  Hotel of the  Frnit   Beit  \/OU will make   no   mistake  S*vThen you get off the train  IS    VUU   Sl^U    kU������   JVgtow*     ���������������������.  the Creston H*t������l. Travelling  2SS& ^ ill substantiate this. We  study the comfort of t>ur guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.    '  \������  *������������������ a- _  ���������uvewra a  S   I ^ /    -a m^mI      Hssdqttarters for Mining Men,  W   IWt   c#amm\ x,ttmbermeas   Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  Prop.  h B. Moran  S m4������m  This portioalar ������at, ao the atory'  goes, having fonnd a bottle .of  N. B. C. Bee?, preferred its joy-  bringing qualities to a placo by  "his own fireside." Bat you don't  need "to wonder" to taste the  pleasures of N B. C Beer.���������Sold  at all hotels in Creaton.  Neisoii Brewing  Wm. Gosnell  Manager.  W^U *.-....* r.l.>.i  The Samw ��������� the aftaowledcss-a advertises*  ealattac a* evwens tfeoQnud ������������^ thrcw������a������-at ths Cgac<ria aUftrta*.   Q%e  s-sssssssilr for pablifafsott. bat #s e-ei-ssna* af faafi aslfh.y Ws la^ilseapseH) &.c..ecc������path^aauaekoeper. lata:  ia oar, ansWsu* ������a satasass *��������� mavfmjaesa **<stoatotfs*js by tesatfag ih yanr I*������������ *���������* ssrsataetaa to purchase the  s4v������taVa*sjDiiats, wtsveiptnoos cad oews.   0aaa%aw2ais fseia naassibsrs as ������a  aua.������aasiftsffisti^wttBein^|^Iy altaaasi la.   AUtmm aU  Moastathe   eiissv  OCK  -**    *������������������ a.  _ 1  keoteaay. ��������� "      J  s������il������9 'Js**. ������, H. S. Plait, of Ko������l������������a.  .- .��������� . .._ .���������mA ^  tollowins  sssa  ADDITIONAL LOCALS  J. A. Bradley} the manager for ?. Burns and Company*  has been appointed manager of she meat market at Kaslo,  and mil leave for his ne^ home next Wednesday, -whilst  manager Johnson ofthe P. Burns establishment at Kaslo,  will be transfersed to Creston.    During his stay in Ctestoa,  ���������mattatroT   Br������dl*w h?3S ma''*' manv  tri������n<?s.    -vrltrk   vs-ili    rieorret:  his departure. Mr. Johnson the new manager, will arrive  ia town early next week, |ie comes with the reputationy of  being an energetic businessman, and can depend upoa  receiving a hearty welcom* j&om the residents cf dis district  served by the Creston Market.  Mr. B. Suddahay, the ijsatg^g Druggist of Ferai*, and  A. H. Cree, a prominent Real-estate man ef the coal town,  were among the many visita** to Creston the fore part of  this week.  Mr. Klingensmith spent Sunday last in Creston with  his family.  Vommsaciasiai ������ voat Ajnaatvd akeUt tea  UO) oaatnsW-Mt of tk* MoHhassV eerner ������r  LoiU7������, batac tii* SouttiwMt qmemt. thamo*  rustnlxtC North iloh������lnt.Sa������t M ������h������ttu,Heuia  4t chains sae West at obatas to sotat et. cam?       * -'-"���������   jntainlngSMacrsemore ot  .    iltb Amy at JaB&a-ry. nu.  JfcrrtK U. Pt^TS. AB������Ii������aat.  Eooifinay.  Tak* aoiUe that 1 - Alfred BesaB8br.rsf of  Ymir, B. C, ooeup*tlan,L,umb������rmftn, intend  to apply for p������rmisslon to purobaaa tbe ful-  lnt������J "  ^^^f^U^^^^^^i^^^u0^^^^  I ,>������/���������/ T S  Kidnev  lowloK described lands:-  Coxnmanelng at a p  fi) miles tit a Nor the?!  SHaamnat aaji containing Sin acrss aasre or  " tibia  y _y      ~~ "~~_   _      "jPSi  J^aaas rtsuas, Asant;  laaa.  Laoatad  Sale /aauar; 19, ffiX.  tfelsan Uuad DUtrlot���������District ot Weat  sootessjr.-'*.  TSk* notice that t, StaUa .Wswses. of Boss*  taad, B. C��������� oeoapatloa apialstar, IntanA to  aaplr tor -panaKsalon to tsarca&ao tha fbllaw-  In2d*������������ril>*d iaads:-       '-..-y,: ���������  Comaaa&olng at a poat plaat������4 about Tour  S) aalltaIn a^lorUarljr dirbotloa from tha  otthwast fioiBsar of i>ot awS, South of aad  adjolnlag JaaaaaBlorrlson'a iocaUon. thance  Ssuth 5������ <sbais8j ti:sao������ Sast*$S shalns, tb������a������a  Nortb St obaias, tbenca W������st ��������� 40 chains to  point of ���������omnoeasanxant and coatalnlag SSs  asreaBaaraorlMB. v:   ���������xy-.-^..  Btklla Wassom. Applleaat.  Jjaatas Fxshbb, A������ant.  Date February la.lMl. .  Coxnmanelng at a post planted about Ave  IS) ml lea tn a Northerly dlreotlon rroin tbe  21. W. corner of Lot 4276 and adjaeant to the  Mortnaaat corner of tl. Flannigan's location,  thaaoa Korth S������ obalna, ������*at 40 ohains, South  at ebains and Weat 4a ebains to point bf com-  saaacaaent and containing SO aorea more or  less.' " ' :������������������'������������������ "y "  Alfrep Rco^KSBimo, Applicant,  JAKSS FI8KBE, Ag������at..' "  SaUFabsmary 12,1911.       -  2������������lton t>and Distriot���������BisUlet ol Weat  Kootenay.- "  Take notla* tbat l,Mary Bilfor, of Spokane,  Weeh., occupattoa Housekeeper, intend  to  apply for permlaaton to purcbaaa the follow*  lagdesorlb������dlanda:-    ^ _, i, . '    ^  oomcaeticias ������* m P*ii 4������������������*������t*������ SuOUt 'os.  (4) nttes In a^fartkarly attraction from tb*  Northwest corctLar of Lot- ������W6 on W������at aide of  Mosquito  Creek  South   of' aad   adjoining  Jamas Morrison'* location, thenco Houth fv  chains, thenicejWest 80 ehaips, tbeaoe Nortb  SO ehaius, tk-e&oe Sast SO chains to point of  commencement and  aantainlsg 6Vt  aores  aiore or leu,       y':  ���������      _ ;-.>y x  y x ��������� ��������� y  Maby Bxtroa, Applicant.  J amss FOuaa, Aeent.  Data February 12,1������U.  Nelson Land Diatrict���������Diatrict of West  Kootanay.   ,.-������������������.-.���������. v,y y.  Tak* notice that I,.-Jamee Morrison, of  Ymir, B. C, ooeupatlou lumberman, intend  to apply for peraalsalon to purchase the following deaonbed landa>  Commenelng at a poat planted about Qve  fa) milee tn a Northerly direction from the  SI. W. eorner of Lot 4275 and adjacent to the  Northeast oorner-Af M. Flannigan'a lobation.  thaace South 80 cnaina.theaeelEaat 40 chains,  thenes North 80 ehains.thehce West 40 chains  m>   pOlat  uf   COulauCnvS*uSut': awu COijUillilng  S30 aoraa more or less.   ;  James Mokkison, Applicant  James Fibhkk, Agent..  :  Data Tebruary 12,1911.  Unlike the ordinary pills for the kidneys  Scotts pills act gently, purifying the blood,  through the, kidneys, and relieving Rheumatism, Lame back and any illness caused  by inactive kidneys.. Put up in 50c. boxes.  ifeston Drug&Book  Helaon Land "Dlstrtet���������Dlstrtet of West    ;  ���������; , JCootenay. >  Take aoUee that 1, Maaale jLons.afSpokane, 'Wash., occUpatlou KartiadAWpmasu  latond toaj^^^^jsermiaa^n t* puK;biMfe  Mrs. J. K. Johnson p*i4 a short visit to Mrs. Geo  Hunt of Kitchener, the fotf part of this week.  J. K. Johnson, returned on Tuesday last via the Crows  from a trip to Calgary an4 Udmonton. He reports that  business in the prairie cities $6 on the move, at Edmonton  realty values are high, and qyer $8,o������oooo dollars* in building permits is already reported for this year, a big steel  bridge is now in course of construction hetwelin Edmonton  and Strathcona to cost $ a, 500000 which is to be completed im  st. years, aud over the iarce decks of which ������rni|is, pnifisiigwae  and traffic will travel into the heart of Edmonton, which  place is destined to grow into a great city,     y  At Calgary there is a greater stir even^tSemn at- the northern city. The building psnsits in Calgary so far this  year are $i3������ooo,ooo includmg sis blocks now going up to  cob; over a million each, fortunes are being made daily in  real estate deals, and many men who were penniless two  years ago, are now riding in their own automobiles.  In his opinion, Calgary offers great inducements to the  small invester. The immigration into Calgary this spring  is phenominal, many of $fse immigrants are people of  means who invest large sunjfl in Calgary realty. The statement that in two years Ca|tfary will have a population of  & rou&d hundred thousand, is in Mr. Johnson's opinion, a  conservative estimate of the -growth of the prairie city, and  every extra thousand means a,n addition of that number of  customers for the big red *p$e# from Creston.  Born-at Sirdar on the aoth inst. to the wife of Tony  Paulello a son, still born.  In this issue will be found the opening chapters of tt  new serial story, entitled ''T(|-������ perfume of the lady in  black " which has been specially written for the Review,  and which will we hope, provij interesting to our many  readers.  Work has been commenced on the Government road  between Kitchener and Cranbrook, and the road is in good  shape up to Goatfell.  Large   numbers   of  homoieekere have been   in town  during tht past week, and several new and desirable settlers  iiawai SiiMtfi aaf^mntd far fna> niatriftt.  C'ommeccing������t a post planted about three  8) miles in a Northerly dlractlea fram the  orthwesteoraerof Lot 4S75 and adjacent to  tbe Nerthssst ^corner of Usify Brauer's location, thaace 83utb 69 chain, thence least������  c-aala*, thence Biortb 80 chalna, thence West  20 chalus, to point of aomsaaaasmsnt and  ooatainlng MS acres mora or lass.   m   ���������"--..-  ;        HAstiB lions. Applicant.  -.-j   ��������� JakesFwhbs,As������at.  Date Fsbrssry 12.1W1.  Kelson Land Distriot���������Distriot of West  Kootenay.  Take notice tnat I, Wm. tt. McWhlrter, of  Ymir, B.C., oacupaviou Lumberman, intend  to apply for permission to purchase the following described ianos:-  Commenelhgat a post planted ou the East  snore of .Mosquito Lake at or-near the Northwest coraer of Lot 8403 being the Southwest  oorner. tbenee running North 80 chalna.along  ahore of said lake, tbence East 40 ohains,  South S* chains and wTeat 40 ebains to point  of eosasae&cezaent sad containing 320 acres  moreor less.  '    Wii,i.rAk -.'B.McW*irteb, Applicant.  _    ' JahksFisbkr/Agent.  Date Jaaaai?'������,''lSii..;,y.'  Nolson Irand District���������District of West  Kootenay  Take notlee that 1,'y.Tohn Kyle, of Ymir, B.  C; occupation Lumberman, intenda to apply  forpenalaaion to purchase the following de-  Scriu������u.l������noa;- -       '-',i:-. :.:��������� :.---'v.-.'���������:,-������������������'���������'���������'*���������.-:���������  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to  the Northwest eorner of Lot 9323 being the  Northeast corner, 'thence running -iSoutb SO  ohains. Wast80chains,^ortb8s chains and  East 80 ebalna ts point pr commencement and  eantaiatag CtH acres m#?e orless.     ,  JOltN XYI.SE, Applicant  _       ��������� JAJtfEB FISHEK, Agent  Date January 23, Mil. ji  Nelson Lantt District���������Dlitrlet of West  Kooteuay..  Take notice that I, William Eumley,  or  Patteraan, B.C.; occupation Lumbersnan, In-  tend to apply for permission topurshase the  following uascrlbMl laads:-; y_   ��������� ��������� ��������� .  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to  the Northeast ,oornsr ef Uit #838 being the  Boutheaat oornjr. tbence ruhnlag North SO  chains, West Wchetne. acuta 40 chains. Bast  4t������ chalus, Soutu4������ chains') end l&aat 90 chains  to point of oommencsmsnt and containing  480 acres moreor less,    y-.,;i ���������-,_   ��������� ��������� ���������  William Bvki/by, Applloaat.  JAMKS FM-nau; Agent.  Data Jaausry S������. S8U.  Nelson Land DlsMct���������District of vest  xootsnay. '���������  Take notice tbat I, Nellie Stark, of Boss-  for perm'  land,B.C.,oscspatlon Nurss.latend^toapply  i;mlssloafto purshase  the follewing  .....ibed laadst-        ���������    .    '* ���������    .;.,���������  Commencing'at a post plante* about Ua  (10) chains Bast of the southwest cornor of  Otfao BaUUn'a l^tlowaad about tour miles  In a HouthwesMrly directlbnlrom the Beutb;  west oorner os lot Mb- bsingfthe Northwest  corner, tbeaoe rpnnlng aoutfit 40ohalns, Kast  4U chains, Wertrfiw ohalno, and West 40 chaise  to pelat or eommepcemeat Snd containing  "���������*���������������������.*&��������� stAb. Ap,iia,nt.  . jAMKSFisakB, Agent.  Date Febrosrf 0,1011.  Kelson |L������nd Dlsirlq^-Distriet of West  ���������TSke notice  that l������'Mi*ke Flannlgan, of  Ymir, B.C., occupation Lumberman, intends  to apply for permission ?to purchase the foi-  lowing described land*:.      <  Commencing at a post planted about five  '** ���������lies In a Northerly direction from the  corner of Lot 4370 on Bast side of Mob  (ft) miles in a Northerly direction from the  N.W. corner of Lot 4376 on Bast side of Mob-  quito Creek being the northeast eorner  tbenee Houth 80 ehaln^Wsst 80 chalns.Nortb  80 chains and East 80 chains to point of com*  mencement and containing 840 acres more or  less. <i       .  MIKB FIiAKNIOAN. Applicant.  JAMBS Fl. ""*   *  Date February 12,191  JAMBS F1SHBR, AgeatT  Nelson Lead Distriot-Distrist or West  _ . Kootenay.  nTSke souse that I. Walter Dsmer; of Ymir,  B.C.. ossupatlou Lumberman, intends to apply for permission to purohaso the following  described lands;. r      .  (kimraeaelngat a poatplantod st tbe 8. W.  eorner of Tom Charles^looation about six (fi)  mllss in a 8. W. dlreotlf n trom theH. W. cor'  ���������erofLot 8338 being the Northwost corner,  thence running South 80 chains, .Kast so  chains, North 80 chains and W<>Bt80 chains to  point or sommenoeraent and contains 610  aerss more er lass,  WALTER DBMBR. Applloan  ~      - ^       JAMBS F1BHKR, Agent.  Date February ll, 1011.  YOU ARE IN A DILEMMA  When   placed    between    two  favorite cigar?,   bat after ones  trying   any   of    oar   leading  .   brands    of   tobacco   it   is   an  easy matter to   decide   whioh  \  Von   ^irill    BmnlfA   ������11     #!,&   *>..%.������.  THERE IS NOTHING  quits 3b good as   a   pipe   of  Art**       oal^vn-^AfS       *5*t**- ������������������^*.  GrestGn Wine & Spirit 0o8  5.  POOLE  Prop.  *r������Uou LsnA District���������District of West  KootSnay. *  ���������Jake notice 8bat I, Tow Chirles. of ratter,  son, B.C., oecspstion i^smbsman, intsud to  apply tor permission to purchase the follow*  lae aosoribsd lands;��������� '*  1 &mmV"oln���������aiNSat PjanUd shoot ols (tt)  miles In s IkJUt^soterlirtdlraetlon^from tiie  ������. wVeorner of Ss ������������������< Wnfi!* fcBS������������Mffl5i*  eorner, these* Hnnlog MojHW80 chains, from  s point about Je ohaina 'Wist or where said  post Is planted, ttvsnee Kkst'sS chains, South  fo sbal&Vaad (vast 80sbalSs to point efoom>  msnecment aad ���������oW+jxSfs W aores more or  UM' /'!iOT^Bi.K8,AppUe������nt,  . jAMsaFfsuau,Agent.  Date February 11,1011.  Nelson land Dlstrlet-Dlstrlet of West  Kootenay.  Take notice that l,f*arl Peltier, of Algoms.  Washington, oooupallou Uousskeepsr.lateud  to apply tor. permission to psrohase tbs following fieserllssd iaadst-  Commsnsing* at a post planted about ten  10) ohalns wast of the ttouthwest corner of  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay,  Take notice thnt I, Harry Brsuer, of Itosa-  land, B.C., oeoupatlon Diamond Drlllor, ln->  tend to apply for permission to purchase tho  following described lands.  tot 8178, being tliePortbeesteornor, thenoe  Mouth so chains. West so chains, Bortb w  ohalno snd JCsstiO chains to point or com.  menooraent snd eontalwlsg ��������������� seres mors er  InVaUl  PBAntj Pswiss, AppUoant.  James Fmiibs, Agent,  Date Jaauary 11, llll.  Nelson Zand District-District of West  Kootenay.  Take notloe that X. oum Balaton, si Wsr.  rlsonburg, Virginia, occupation House Dso-  orator.H&teridi.to apply tor ���������permission ts  purchase the fallowing iSssorjbsd laadsi. ^  rcommsnoii������f st a past planted about two  aad s half Ski tollesjn a MouthwesUrly  direction <^ia7tliett. W. oorner otLoimi,  being the Northwaat ������wrnar. thenoe riinsing  south so chains, Bant so chains. Herth to  oliHlns and wast so ohains^to point of com-  Msncsmsnt aad sontsinlng f to aeres more or  less,  MO KAK.0VOB, AppllOSttt,  JAUSS FfsJIBB, Agent.  Bai������rsJ.ruary.t, i������U.  Commonalag st a post planted nbout throe  " ������������������ * tisely direction irora the  Lot. 4375,. West or Most  sofltb 80 chains, thenoe  (?) miles in a Northerly direction irbra'tiie  Northwest corner of "' ���������   quito Creak, tbence _ , ,   West 88 obalas.thenos North 80 cbalns.thenoe  Baft 80 chains to polflt'^f oomraencemant  and containing sio nore*p������pra or Jess.  ,   Haiiuv ml  _       _ . jAMICfl FiW  Date February 13,1011.  pplloant,  ent.  *��������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������-    ���������������������������-������������������'���������   ��������� ���������������������������  Nulson Land Dlatrlot-DUtrlot of West"  Take notice thall.Bomiiel W. Ralston, of  Harrlsenburg. Virginia, oeoupatlon I'hotog-  raplner, intend to apply for ner mission To  purchase the following dSHorlbed fundst*  Gomuieaeisg at s past plnnted adjacent to  the southwest oorner of Lot oub. bolng tlio  S.K. corner, thence running North RO chains,  Well 40 chains, aoiitii 80 ohulnu and Bast 40  ebains to point of ���������flonimencoment nnd oon.  talning VMuores more or Iohh.  SauskijW. lUf-BTON, Applicant.  ^     -,    JAMSRFlSHMtt, Agent.  Date January 10, toil..  Money to losu oil ritnob or towu prop*  eity at low rate of interest. Apply tt  jrsknssa ������% tWrstoa all Jasrisw Osioe,,  Nelson tend Dlstrlct-lHsuiot of West  Ktmtenny.  Take not ee that I, Oliver J, Long, offipo-  San*. Wasa,, ecaut-atiou Conlraouir, intend  to apply tor Mfinikslon to purohaie ihe foi.  lewltig dessrlbsd lands;-  Commencing at a post planted about one  il) mile tin s Northerly dlreotlon from the  (orthwest oorner of Lot 4378, and about in  chains Wegt of west Bank of Mosquito Oreok,  thsues KorUi Wehalns.tliencoWeHt BO chains,  thenoe lleuth 88 cbulus, thonoe Bust Bo ohainn  to point ef aoanaianoamant and onntalnltiK  ������48 aoroa more or less. ,  omvss J. f^oNo, Applicant.  _ JAMKS KIMHHH, Agent.  DaU February 14, l������il.  SrSSwe^^waW US'" ii������-������iw������SW^w*a>aiipiaisiri imiw*lj������aw������������ieMiSXwS������^  -^lmi^ml~^lm^tmm^lt^^^k^^^^Mmtmm^mmm%mm1^m* ^^B^K.  sinnnnrTnnnnf������T^  ���������������  i  a  :  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  AU class of TURNOUTS BuppUed nt short notioo. Tho Isteut gtyles of  CUTTERS nnd BUGGIES for^sle snd hiro.   Saddle aud pack horBoaa  Feed for ssio. Ag������nt f^PwasfoLstighlln Msufg. po, UorHen for asls  I am proparod to till aUordoru, bothbr wiro sud wsil, snd meet nil trsiai  nt sny hour of tho day or night.   Oommsroial men and lsndoeokore, will  rtfoolvo prompt attention 'y.  H.S, McCreath, Prop  Phono 60  ���������>  Sirdar Avenne  Boils  JULBJUtHftfttttB 0 P fl P OOP P.P ft HP " " OJUUUlftftJJJ.fl.ft JLIJUUU AJUUUUL $J  NEW  AND CARRIAQC  vs.  PIANO,���������Now st railway station near  Orsetou, will be eworiaood for 1260  esih. Never been naed. Lady unable  to kssp it.���������Apply iu first inMtauoe  lire. A* 0. UimoicAifp 2040, Colombia  e-wsei, Vanoouter, B.O.  WOHK5  wm*mt������mi**mmmimi  BuffRieH, DbmoomtB, Gipto snd Onttera for isle at roftsonsblo prioes  Wo do all kinds of repairing? and wood work witb diapatoh,  Oor shop is looated near tbo Oreston MowantUo Oo.  We are nl������o sgonts for the Oroicon Nuraory Oompany and handle  Plrst'OlassFrnit Troos x ' ���������,  tt  ���������  mm  W. K. BROWN  IMS  I  ��������� ���������:���������.��������������������������� i  '; 1  ���������'.. il  ���������������v:.������- ,���������..  .  , to.  ���������'.������  .. , '--^^^,^':^%v^.-.^ y: ' ^f"'"''  'i \.        ������������������. *..', ������������������|7'.rr'T���������j',Vl<\V('">���������'*.���������.. -,..';���������������',' -\  .M.yMk������ *������' * '*��������� ���������*/' .*������W*S"'*wV*V. Wt*i** f*������  (..l''."  1    '  )/,���������>. ���������',yy, ���������'���������  '!>'  A, v  yi  ��������� ^/^VSi^^^:>^^;;,C^'..ifV'������  ���������';">������'-vh.  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MIRABELLI  THE    CRESTON   SHOEMAKER  Best Workmanship  Boots and Shoes made  to Ordor  A Speeiality  A complete stock of  Fresh Beef,Veal, Mutton,  Lamb and Pork.  Sausage,,any kind  Hams aiid Bacon, Better  and   Eggs7  Lard,   Beef  Dripping, Btc.  Fresh Fish every Friday.  Smoked Fish all the time.  Our Smoked Salmon and  Halibut is choice.  Wholesale  Provisions, ��������� Produce,    Fruit      =  General Commission Merchants !  NELSON        - B.C J  I  For Saus.���������Lots G, 7, 8, 9 and 10, Block  3,lDow's Addition.    Send offer to ow-  nerf,Mrs. W. "Wilson. 651 Fifth Street.  Brandon, Manitoba.  Frnit Banfch for Salo���������Fifteen ior es  in good scats' of' cultivation, plnnted  with 18C0, trees consisting of apple,pluro,  peach and cherry trees. Good five room  house nnd stable one, and a hnlf iniles  from Creston. * Apply to Walter' V  Jackson Pjhorie 91 -Greston B. C. *  Subscribe to tho REVIEW today.'   -  Limited  CRESTON  RNS & Go.  B.C.  Nelson Land District���������^District of 'West  Kootenay.  Take Notice that I, Laura A. Ralston,  of Harrisonbnrg, Virginia, Occupation  Married Woman, intend to apply for  permission to purchase the following  described lands:-   '  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the Northeast corner of Lot9323  being the Northwest corner, thence  South 80 chains, East SO chains, North  80 chains and West 80 chains to point of  commencement and containing 640  acres more or less.  Laura A. Ralston, Applicant.  Jambs Ftshkk, Agent.  Date Jannnry 20; 1911.  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay.     - ���������  Take notice thnt I, Mabel Ralston, of  Harrisonburg, Virginia, ocenpation  Schoolteacher, intend to apply for permission to pnrchase the following de-  st I'ibed landau  Commenciug at a post planted adjacent to the Northeast corner of Lot 9328  being the Southwest corner, thence  running North 80 chains.East 80 chains,  South 80 chrtius and West 80 chains to  point ot commencement end containing  640 acres more or less.  * Mauei, Ralston, Applicant  -    Jambs Fiswwk, Agent.  Date January 20, 1911.  News of  Busy YahK  Tlie C. P. R. are making great headway with the grading of their new traok  from Curzon, and it is the intention of  the company to bnild a big new depot  at Yahk in ths near fat are.  Mr. J. Noble, Foreman of the Govt,  RoadCiew, is keeping his crew'busy,  and nnder his able supervision, many  improvements ere being made to tbe  highways radiating from Yahk.  <  *������������"������i> ouiaiiu auu   cxubuuiubuu,   uQyv  put on a full crew of Tie Hacks.  The King Lumber Co. are now picking up ties, logs and poIes,r along their  logging road, and are laying-an extension of same further into the timber.  ���������i   ...   I"W* .-  On Friday last, the King Lumber Co.  had aa accident in the mill caused by  a two inch piank catching in tho saw  whilst coming back on the carriage.  The plank threw off with great force,-  Bu&ppiug   like a piece of matchwood  the stalk of a cant hook held by one of  ���������   ��������� ��������� -'-..',*���������*  the men standing near the carriage, and  threw him a distance of some fifteen  fetit, breaking his leg.   Ke was remov  ed the same day to Cranbiook Hospital.  where    he   is  making good progress  toward recovery.  Mr. Nelson, the C. P. R, Extra Gang  Foreman^ is making the rocks fly;  blasting out the cut on this side of  Curzon.  Lumber is being purchased locally  for the purpose of home building' on  land purchased from the C. P. R , who  have already commenced to place their  holdings before the public, and a 'large  * ������������������ A���������)���������������w   *���������������������     cini^Awa     ie*    QV������kA/*4*Ajl     4���������>+<-*     +l*iA  district in the next two years  Mr. Murphy, walking boss for Mr.  Watts of Wattsburg, was iu town the  other diy visiting Contractor Hutchinson.   *   The fiJcCnrthy home is being plasteW  edand renovated.  ?. - Nonoi:,    ������������������  :T I* 13 LIP "SOTH)li ii in>rf������t>v pivrM'  rlinr. uinti i- the nu'horuv ^ontninetl in  smion 1JJ ������st roe 'Laud. A<"t. " ������. regulation hap been approved by the Lieu-  teinuut-Gnvi-ruor in Council fixing thi  minimum sale priresof first and second  cL^ss lands at $10 and $5 per acre respectively.  ���������������������������This regulation further provides tbat  the prices fixed therein shall apply to nil  lands with respect to which the appH  cation to purchase is given favornblf  consideration aiter this date, notwithstanding the date of such application  or auy delay iliac may have occurred in'  the consideration of the same,        '*'���������-'  "Farther notice is hereby"-given that  all persons who have pending applications to purchase lands nnder the provisions of Sections '34 or 36 of the "Land  Act" and who are not willing to complete suoh purchases nnder the prices  fixed by the aforesaid regnlation shall  be at liberty to withdraw such applications and receive refund of the moneys  deposited on account of such applications.  WILLIAM R. ROSS,  Minister of Lauds  Department of Lands,  ���������   Victoria, B. C April Srd,19U.    42  RESERVE    V  NOTICE  Tender* will be received by the undersigned up to ih<������22n<i <oi> i>f ApwJ, 1<?U. ut *i  p in , lot tlie purchases of I'.lnek 'Si. subdivision oi Lot ino. Ml, Group one Now Westminister Dliitt'lvt, si Hint(<J in the City of  Vancouver and bein;? the site of tin- old  I'rovincla) Court Hoiiko. 1'uch tendei must  be enclosed iu a registered lei ter and mubtbe  uddressed to tbe undersigned, nnd plainly  marked "Tender for old Vancouver Court  llouvt" -<ite." nnil imiBt be accompanied by  mi iiciK-plfil flierjUH- lor Ifn per cent ofthe  Hist payment oi the pmchuxe money. Payment for the property, will Ijp accepted In  iiiMa'lniints of oue-qViarter ������>filie purchase  money. The first oi such rhstallmentB to be  paid within thirty days after the acceptance  of the tender, and tbe other three annually  thereafter, with imerest at the rate of 6 per  cent per annum. I a the event of the person  whose tender is accepted falling t<> complete  theflrat installment-within-thirty days of  the notice of such acceptance the sale to him  will be cancelled and bis ten percent deposit  forfeited. The cheques of unsuccessful  tanderera will be returned. Tbe highest or  any tender will not necessarily he accepted.  No eosmiissicns ot&ny .kind wil! be allowed.  V/iuiak B. Ross, Minister ofE<andu.  Department of lands, Victoria B.C.  March 7th, 19U.  2iGnr is i*is tima to is&ke arrangements for that bath room. Call and  interview Ed. F, Johnson the plasiba?.  Hyomei  c4<Sreatheabie Remedy for Catarrh  The rational way to combat Catarrh  is the Hyomei way, via: by breathing.,  Scientists for years have been agreed on  this poiot but failed to get an anteseptic  strong enough to kill catarrh germs an i  nob destroy tbe tissues of the membrane  at the name time, until the discovery of  Hyomei"(pfonoui ced High-o-me).  Hyomei is the most powerful yofc  healing antiseptic known. Breathe in  through tbe inhaler over the inflamni  and germ-ridden membrane four or five  rimes a day,ftnd in a few days the germs  will disappear.  A complete Hyomei outfit, including  the inhaler costs #1.00 and extra bottles  if afterwards needed, cost but 50 cents.  Obtainable from your druggist or postpaid from The R. T. Booth Co , Ltd ,  fort Erie, Ont. Hyomei it. guaranteed  to cure asthma, croup, sore thron%  coughs, colds or grip "or refund your  money back. Sold and guaranteed bv  he Creston Drug <5s Book Co.  NOTICE, is hereby givfen thaf all  vacant Crown Lands not already nnder  reserve, situated within the boundaries  of the * Laud Recording Districts of!  Cariboo and Lillooet, and the -Kamloops  Division of Yale Land Recording District, are reserved froni any Alienation under'the "Land Acf'exbept by preemption.  ROBT. A. XUBNWIGS,'-  Depnty Minister of Lands  i ��������� -      .-      ���������>.'..."  Department of Lands, -..-.--.  Victoria, B. C, April 3rd,"5f911.   39  Ring up phone TSo. 85, Ed. F. Johnson,  when you need an experienced .plumber.  Parties wanting choice seed potatoes  should note that the ~ " Carmal " |  the ������* Dewley " and " Llsh Cobbler "  varieties of potatoes may be obtained  from Mr. Geo Cartwright if spoken for  in time. The " Irish Cobbler " is two  weeks earlier than any other potato  grown in the East.  VUUS,  LlI-ELiSS  DEBILITATED MEN  * NelsonLand District���������District of West  Kootenay.  Talce notice tbat I, Klpbrata Harris, of  Carson, Washington, occupation Married  Woman, intend to apply for permission to  purchase,the following described lands.--  Commencing at a postpianted^ adjacent; to  taie ooi,tiiw*6et coruet' oi I.ut 3^45, ouiii]^ ijut-  Soutneaftt corner, thence running- North' -10  ehains. West so chains, South 80 chains. Kast  so chains and Nortii 40 chains to point of  commencement and containing 040 acre?  more or less,.  EtPHBATA HABhis.Applieant.  J ABIB8 Vishkk, Agent.   -  Pate January is, mil.  ��������� YOUNG MEN ANO^MTODUE-AGED MEN.  tho-victims oe early indiscretions and later ea.  cesses, who are failures in life���������you ara tb&  ones we can restore to manhood ond revivo  tuespai&c' eiiCsgy and vitaiity. Doa't g!?9  tip in despair because you have treated with  other doctors, used electric belts and tried  Tarious drug store nostrums.  Our New Method Treatment has snatched  hundreds from the brink of despair, has restored happiness to hundreds ot homes and  lias made successful men of itxoS& who were  ''down and out." We pcesorfiK? sn������cJ2e rena-  cdies for each individual case according to the  symptoms and complications���������we havo no  patent medicines. Thia is one of tho secrets of  our wonderful puccesgps our treatment cannot fail, for we prescribe remedies adapted to  each Individual case. Only curable cases accepted. We have done business throachottt  Caaad* for uver 20 Year*.  CURABLS CASES  GUARANTEED '  J OR NO PAY  ngflngn Areyou a victim? Have you Iosfe  flCHULn hope? Are you intending to marry?  Has your blood beeu diseased; Have you apy  weakness*? Our New Method Treatment wfU  cure sou. What it has done for others it wiu  do Cor you. Consultation Free. No matter  who has treated you, write for an honest  ������Bin!ou Free of, Choree. Books Free~  "Uoyhood, Manhood. Fatherhood." <Hlustrat-  ed) en Diseases of Hen.  B~     HO NAMES USErf'Wtl'HOUT WRITTEN CONSENT.  NofiMasaeafcssas es* csvsS.  SK^atment5118        id������*������������l.  Question JLUt and Ccwt of Treatment FREE FOR HOME  D*s.KEnNE0Y&KENNI������iY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold Stv  Detroit, Mich.  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  .   n meat ia Windsor, Oat.   If you desire to  see us personally .callat our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  a������ pa&e������ts in our  Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:'  ORS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor. O&ft.  Write for pur private address. X ,  wr-wancE  MMM*WWM������WWW������M^^  ���������xH-.'.'l.i  Stop off and t^ke |s  a Look at Sunny  If You Wanttos  J If     the Choicest  ^tmWmW- H   'Hi        J '   In British ^plumbiafs  H  I  I  Creston, S* CI  Has never had a'orop fail nro.  Has no damaging frosts.  * ���������������������������������������������������<������������������  Minimum temperature 1011, 3 degroes  above s-'jfo.  Grows 'apples tbat nro first prize winders eynrgy y,ear in ooiiipotxtion witlf  , the %vorldT.   '  Hns an ideal and mild oh mute.  '���������/..    ���������  Hns the' most favored locution, oIopo to  xuiarkatH, ample triomportation fnoil-  itlcs, two railroads and a navigable  rivor. ,  Dlfltrlofc oompriflfs tlio largest nvorv of  gouuiuo, proven fmifc lande In the  province. 00,000 aeroa In ono block,  HttH thn qtinlifcy nnd tiuniiMty of land to  compote fitvombly nun Hist tho com-  nuu't'ial oi'ohurdfl of tho world.  estoents  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������O:  i...   ,  A 1280 Acre  Water, Good $$pa<t$, Suitable for  ��������� ' ��������� ���������. * i  Colonizing or Subdividing  20 acres one half mile from ttfton, simt-impro'bed} duelling*    160 acres one  mile from tojpn, finest soil and situation in the Glorious Kootenays  Also other tracts improved ana unimprovee high grapefruit Unas at lowest prices, all genuine propositions  *****  ���������m*mm*mmmmimiwmm -wtw-wawitfwi*iwwiii^^  Applyto the  0<wner  WIUMMMMM  Creston, B. C.  Is situated in the Kooteuay Valley  betweun "Kootenay Lake and the  \ United Statet* Boundary Wne, 70  mileA Bontheait of Nelson, 70 miles  Southwest of Oranbrook, and 10ft  nallou Northeast of Spok vie.  What Lord Just ioo Grab thams Aid: For a  safe invostmenk I prefer Cireaton to any  othor place in British Columbia.  What Hon. Thos'. Taylor said: Ores,  ton Distriot is the garden of British  Colnmbta.  What Andrew Carnftjrio eaid: The  wise man invests his money in good  roal oatato. ."^  What Jacob   Astor did, mado $50,-  000,000 in x������nl emtato in SO yeairs.  Gain health and wealth, and provo  your wisdom by buying frnit landn in a  proven frnit olimnto, and whore-no  irrigation is required.  wmammiimmm  mwmmmmmmmmHMmm!smir������rK���������mi  msmmnimmmmmmmmm  Creston  'British Columbia  m-r,rnii\mmX^mmmxB*&iiiXAsm  imWiMiim  References; ''Ctinwlfah Bank of Commerce, Crestpnt B>GK tntf'Bknkpf Mot.trrnl, Rossland, B������C������  *������ 4.<      t   0   *��������� .*   ���������<���������  sM  on li *  HlVi  Wl  THE PERFI  OF THE  LADY SN BLAGK  By GASTON LEROUX.  Author oi "The Mystery ot the Yellow  Room."  1  COPYRIGHT. 1909. BY BRENTANO'S  the extraordinary part played by a  boy reporter, scarcely eighteen years  old. Joseph Rouletabille. wbo was the  only oue* to discover that Frederic  Larsan, tbe celebrated secret service  agent, was none otber than Ballmeyer  himself.  "You see. my dear fellow." said M.  Henri-Robert to M. Andre Hesse,  "you nee, iu tbis world one can al ways  find tbe bright aide. See how beautifully everything baa turned out. even  the troubles of Mile. Stangeroon. But  why are you constantly looking  around vou? Do you expect any one?"  ���������*ies. 1 expect Frederic Larson."  M, Henri-Robert laughed. But I felt  no incliuatiou to join in bis mirth.  "What's the matter. Sainclair?"  whispered M. Heari-Iiobert. who noticed my expression. "Hesse was only  joking."  "1 don't know anything about it." 1  answered. Aud I looked attentively  around nie. as M. Andre Hesse bad  done. And indeed we bad believed  Larsan dead so often when he : was.  known asj Bailtueyer that it seemed  quite possible that be might be once  more brought to life in tbe guise of  Larsan.  "Here comes Rouletabille." remarked M. Henri-Kobert. "I'll wager that  he isn't worryiug."  The youug reporter joined us and  pressed our bauds in an abseutminded  manner.  "Good morning. Sainclair. Good morning, gentlemen. 1 am not late. 1  hope?"  It see used to me that his voice trem-;  bled. He left our pew immediately  and withdrew to a .dark corner, where  be knelt like a child aha prayed. Hia  ferventdevqtiuu astonished uie. When  he raised his head his eyes ;were tilled  with tears. He did not ������veu try to  hide them. He was lost completely  in his prayers and. oue might imagine,  in bis grief.  But what could be the occasion of  his sorrow?   Hud uot the good fortune  of   Matbilde   Staugersou   aud   Kobert  Darzac    been    in    a    great    measure  brought about by his efforts?   Perhaps  j from joy that be wept.   He rose from  i his knees aud  waa  mddeu  behind a  \ pillar.  ' Aud tb* nest snoment'Mathilde Stas-  | gerson made ber entrance into the  | church upon the arm ot Per father,  I Robert Dareae waikiug behind tuem.  I Ah. the drama ot the tiiuiidipr bad  j been a sorrowful one tor ui-      three!       ; But, strange as it may stT1". -Mathilde  ~~ j Stangerson appeared ouly the more  IHE marriage of M. Robert Dar- | beautiful for aU that sue bad passed  -zac and Mile. Matfiiide Stan- ; througb. True, sha was oo longer the  gerson took place in Paris at | beautiful statue, tbe living marble, the  the Church bt St. Nicholas du j ������n<-iont eoddess. the eoid pagan divini-  Chardonnet on April ������. lift>5. every- I ty. who at tbe^ official functions at  thing connected with the occasion be- \ ^hicb her father's position had forced  Sng conducted to the quietest fashion \ ner to appear had excited a flutter of  ������K������si!>!& A litUe more than two years j admiration.--.^f^Tf^f^f.:.^.^^ **  fcad rolled by since tbe events which 1 j  have recorded lu a previous volume��������� 'j  The gripping qualities of this  Btory reveal a gifted French aa-  thor in his best vein. While it  is a detective story ranking with  the Sherlock Holmes series, re'  vealing farther adventures of  Rouleiabille. tke sensational sol-  ver of mysteries, the narrative  also presents several character,  studies of engrossing interest  ���������Rouletabille, the bewildering  hero of "The Mystery ofthe Yellow Room." who is here confront'  ed by the nerve racking mystery  of "the body too many,-" Lar-  son. the fugitive from justice  and master mind of the polished  criminals of two hemispheres,  ^vko reveals himself only when  S*e wishes io show where he is  not, and the Lady in Black,  ���������whose inspiring faith is un-  shaken by the unspeakable tragedies in which she is the central  Jigaire. The dreadfu I poiver for  evil that can be exerted by a  perverted brain has never been  more clearly portrayed. The  heartbreaking test of the unfor'  innate son who realizes that he  must kill his father, who has  never known his son. to save his  mother, whom he might never see  again, is a vivid portrayal of  some of 2?i��������� penalties cf Human  existence.  CHAPTER I.  A Foredoomed! Marriage.  events so sensational that it is not  speaking too strongly to say that au  even longer lapse of time would not  nave sufficed to blot out tbe memory  ot the famous "Mystery of the Yellow  Boom."  In this almost unkuown parish it  was easy enough io malum..j the utmost privacy. Only a few friends of  Id. Darzac and Professor Stangerson.  on whose discretion tbey felt assured  that tbey might rely, baa been invited.  ] bad tbe honor to be oue ot tbe number.  1 reached the church early, and naturally my tlrst thought wob to look  lor Joseph Rouletabille. 1 was somewhat surprised-at uot seeing him; but.  having uo doubt thut he would arrive  shortly. I entered tbe pew already occupied by M. Henri-Robert and M. Andre Hesse, who lu tbe quiet shades of  the little ehupel excliauged in undertones reminiscences uf tbe strange affair at Versailles, which tbe approach-  ing ceremony brought to their memories.  ���������'1 never felt quite easy about Robert and Matbilde." he said, "uot even  after the happy termUiutton of tbe affair at Versailles." said Henri-Robert,  "until I knew that the Information of  tbe death of Frederic Larsan bud been  ottictully continued. That man was a  pitiless enemy."  It will be remembered perhaps by  renders of "The Mystery of the Yellow Uoora" that u few monthB after  the acquittal of the professor in Sor-  bonne tbere occurred the terrible catastrophe of La Dordogne. n transatlantic steamer running betweeu Havre  and New York. In tbe broiling beat  ot n summer night upon tbe const of  tbe new world Lu .Pordogne bad  caught tire from an overheated boiler.  Before help could reach her tbe steamer wns utterly destroyed. Scarcely  thirty passengers were able to leap  Into tbe life bents, mid theno wore  picked up tho next dny by a merchant  vessel, which conveyed them to tha  nearest port. For duys thereafter tho  ocean cast up on tho bench hundreds  of corpses, and among theso tlioy  found Unronn.  The pupors which were found carefully hidden In the clothing worn by  tbe dend man proved beyond a doubt  his Identity. Mnthlldo Stangerson  wan at Innt delivered from thin monster of a husband to whom, through  the fncllltv of tho American lawn, nho  had given her hand fn hoc rot In thn  nntblnlclng nrdor of glrl!nh romnnec.  This wretch, whono real nnmo. nuoord*  Ing to court record m, wn������ Rnllmoyor  and wbo hnd mnrriod bor under tho  nniue of Jeitu Rouhm-I, could no longer  rise Ubo n dnrk whndnw between Mathilda and tbo mnn whom Mho hnd  loved mo long nnd no well without dnr-  log to become his bride. In "Th*  Mystery of the Yellow Room" 1 hnvo  related nil tbe detnll* of thi* romnriot.  him ntfTitlr. one nt tho etr������n(j:#mt whioh  hn* ever been Icnumti hi tlio minnl* of  tbe court of nwlxe* nnd wblob witb  out doubt would hnve hnd n mum  traulc duuouiuent bad It not lie en ft.r  seemed, oh the contrary, tbat fate in  making ber expiate for so many long  years an imprudence committed in  early   youth   bad  eiist  ber   into Athe  ileplUS    OX     Ujallu^o    ������������0%A     viwS|^*.i������,     UiiiJ  to tear away tbe mask of stone which  hid from sight tbe tender, delicate spirit. And it was this spirit wbicb shone  forth on ber wedding day. in the  sweetest and most charming smile,  playing on ber curved lips, biding in  her eyes, filled witb pensive happiness  and leaving it������ impress on ber for&:  head.  But what I sbs-S always remember  is the strange expression which came  over her visage wbeu she looked  through the rows of faces in the pews  without seeming to dUjk'over tbe one-  she sought. In a moment sbe had regained" ber composure^ and was mistress of herself, once more. She had  seen Rouletabille behind bis pillar.  She smiled at bim and my companions,  and 1 smiled io our turn.  "She bus the eyes of a mad woman!"  I turned to see who spoke tbe heartless words, it was a poor fellow  whom Robert Darzac out of kindness  bad made his assistant iu tbe laboratory at the^Soibonne. The man was  named Brignolles and was* a distant  cousin of tbe bridegroom. Long ngo  be bod lost both father and mother.  He had neither brother nor sister und  seemed to have broken off nil intercourse with his native province.'from  wbicb he bad brought an eager desire  for success, an exceptional ability to  work und a strong Intellect.  One beuutiful  morning In the preceding   spring   nnd    consequently   a  year after tbe occurrences in tbe yellow room Duraac imd presented Brignolles to his pupils.     Tbe new assistant   Imd   come   direct   from   Alx,  where be bad been a tutor In the natural sciences jintl whore he bad committed some fault of discipline which  had caused bis dlsmlHstii.   JJurzuc was  suffer lug from the miction following  tbo strong emotions which hud nearly  weighed   him  dowu  at  tbe dandier  and nt the'court of nfml/.i-H.    We remarked thut from the dny thnt Brl-  gnolles came to liim��������� BrignolloH. wluwe  frlendHlilp should luivo been u precious  aolnco���������the   wi'uknenn   ot   M.   Diirznc  Boomed    to    Inrretwe.    However,    we  were   obliged   to   acknowledge   time  lirlgnollen wnn not to blame for Hint,  for  two unfortunate nnd  unforeHoon  nooldHttM hnd occurred In the immu'hc  of   hoiiio   experiments   which   womd  hnvo Moo-mod on tbo fare of thom m������t  ot nil  iliiugerouM.    The Oral  reunited  from  the unuxiiectea oxpioslou ot a  GoHHler    tube,    The    second,    which  might   buve   beon   extremely   giuve,  liupponod through thu explosion of a  tiny lump iiguhmt which Duranc wiih  leaning.  At the time or tho second accident 1  wiih |irunent. Having come lo week  Ijiii'/jii! iu the Horhoune. I myself led  our trleiid to u druggist nnd then io n  uueior. Hml I Ueggetl lil-lgiiolles when  lie wiNtiiHj to ueconipniiy us lo remain  ui hm post. On llie wny J/ur*enc linked  why I Jmd wmlinled the poor fellow's  louiingM i tout linn Hun I did not euro  for itri-KiioiiuM' society ror tne abstract  rvuHoo Hun  I (llu not like his lUUiiliois  and for the concrete reason oii! this  special occasion tbut 1 believed bim to  be responsible for- tbe accident. Dar-  zac demanded wby 1 tbougut so. and  1 did uot know now to answer, and be  luugbed.  My suspicions of Brignolles were  doubtless ridiculous. All the same, l  was so strongly prejudiced against the  young man that 1 blamed bim for tbe  slow lmproveuieut lu l>arzac'sApbys-  ical condition. At the begiuulug of tbe  winter Darzac bad such a bad cough  that I entreated nun to ask for leave  of absence and to take a trip to the  Midi. The pnysiciaus advised Sau  Rerao. He went thither, aud a week  later he wrote us that be felt much  better. "1 can breaiue uere." be wrote.  "Wbeu 1 ��������� left Purls 8 seemed to be  stifling."  This letter gave me much food for  thought, aud i took Kouletabille into  my coutidonce.  He agreed with me t hat it was a  most peculiar coiucldeuce that Darzac  was so ill wheu Hriguolles was with  bim and so tuiicli :)-'t!c".' when he and  bis young assistant were separated.  The Impresstou tnat this was actually  the fact was so stroug in my miud  that l would ou no account bave permitted myselt to lose sight of Brignolles. No. Indeed: I verily believe  that if be bad attempted to leave Paris  1 s ben Id have foiiy^vvv! u*rn.  Darzac returned home at the end of  four weeks almost completely restored  to health. His eyes, however, were  still weak. au<| he was under the necessity of taking the greatest care, of  them. Rouletabille aud myself hud resolved to keep u close wutcb on Brignolles.but we were sathsBed that  : everything would be right when we  were lurormed thnt the loug deterred  marriage was to occur almost immediately and that Durzae would take  bis wife away on a loug honeymoon  trip tar from p������ris~and from Brignolles.  And now we all���������a dozen or so persons���������were gathered in the sacristy.  The witnesses sigued the register, and  the rest of us congratulated the newly  wedded pair. The sacristy was yet  more dismal than tbe cburcb. and 1  might have thought that it was on account of the darkness that I could not  perceive Joseph Kouletabille. - But assuredly be was uot there. Matbilde  had already asked for bim' twice, and  Darzac requested me to go and look for  him.  .1 did so. but be bad disappeared.  When tbe bridegroom brought this  news to bis wife she appeared to be  **������������������������������*>��������������� ��������� nolnoil    anH     onvfrtiio .������2t%y������    *������5**5i*il  . ms*s*.*+     ������>%<������������������ u*~%������    ������*w^e.   ������**e^������e%^x**y  .     >������oiaji������>    ���������%**+++%?%*  me to ber side and said:  "My dear M. Sainclair. you know that  wo are to take the train iu two boars.  Will you bunt up our little friend and  bring bim to me and tell bim that hia  strange behavior is grieving me very  ���������in.ucby.V;.......'  And i began a wild goose chase after  Rouletabille. But 1 appeared at the  station without bim.: Neither at hia  home nor at the office Aof y hia A papsr  9CT St tbo <^|a #|>|   RgryooMyroharg tlj@  necessities of bis work often calltHl  him Vat this hour of the day. could 1  lay my band on him.  Tbere was three minutes yet before  the departure of tbe train. But no  Rouletabille. We were all so grieved  and moreover so surprised that we remained on the platform,   looking at  Mme. Darzac. without thinking to wlsb  her a pleasant journey. She cast a  long glance upon the quay, and at the  moment tbat the speed of the train began to accelerate, certain now that she  was not to see ber ���������;^ttl^f ||end" 'aigf-ftn.  she threw me an envelppefrom the car  .window. \y-.:- '-yy $$*&;*'A ''..'"���������..-.  "For bim." she said.  And almost as though moved by an  Irresistible Impulse, ber face wearing  an expression of something that resembled terror, sbe added in a tone  so strange that 1 could not help recalling tbe horrible speeches of Brignolles:  ���������'Au revolr. my friends���������or adieu.'*  CHAPTER II.  "And it was after tbe weddiog���������jue������  a few bourn after rbe wedding���������tbat  he cbose to appear!" ne cried. "Tbere  isn't anytbing else to think, is tbere,  Sainclair?"  "Ob. M. Darzac is not a child to be  frightened   at   bogies.    But   we   must  hope���������we must nope, mustn't we, Sain-  inen ho had direc������ed the i c,atr������ fhat he ls mistaken? Ob. it isn't  j possible thnt such a rearm I thing can  I be true.  Oh. Saiuciatr, it would be too  I terrible!"  ��������� (To be continued.)  Rouletabille-9 Revelation  D  OULKTABILLB hnd been treated by tbe Stnngersons aud by M.  Darzac us their deliverer, and  especially since Matbilde bad  left the sanitarium. In which for Severn I months her Muttered nervous system hnd needed nnd received the most  nnHlduouH cnre���������slnee the dnugbtor of  the famous professor Iuid been ablo to  iinflorainnd the extraordinary part  which the boy had played In tho  ; I ni mn that without bis help would In-  I'vltnblr hnve ended. In the bitterest  ������r|of for ull thoso whom she loved���������  since sho hnd road by tbe light of ber  rcatorcd rcanon tbo abortband reports  of tbo trial, at wbicb Roulottiblllo appeared at the last moment like somo  hero of a miracle���������eho bad surrounded  tbe youngstor with an utfoction littlo  loss than maternal. Sho Interested  liorsolf in everything wbicb coacarnod  him. She begged for bis confltlouco.  Sho wanted to know moro about bim  thnn 1 know and porhaps more ovon  tluin he know blmaolf. Sho hnd shown  nn unobtrunlvo but strong curiosity in  regard to tho mystery of bis birth, ot  which nil of nn woro Ignorant nnd on  which tho young man bad kept silenco  wltb n sort of savngo pride.  1 returned trom tho Lyons station  still pondering over the numerous  fa u tunics, tbo strange caprices or  Rouletabille during tho laat two yonra.  But nothing thnt ontcrod my mind  could have warned mo of whnc hnd  bunponed or, still loss, bnvo oxplalnod  lt to tuo. Where wan Rouletabille? I  went to his rooms In tbo Boulevard  St Michel, tolling myself thnt,If I did  not tind him tbero J could nt leant  leave Mme. Dnrcao-a lotter, Whnt  wuh my HHU-iJiNliiuuut when 1 enu<red  tho building to see my own servant  cnrrylng my bng. I nuked bim to tell  tno what ho wns doing nnd why, nnd  ^o rcDllcd that he did not know-thnt  1 must ask M  tv . 8a,a-  Tbe boy had heon. a? It turned out.  while 1 bad bt*eu seeking bim everywhere (excepi naturally in my own  bousei. in my apsirtmonts in the Rue  de Rivolt. Ho had ordered my servant to tako biiu to uiy rooms aud bad  made the man till a valise with everything necessary for a  four days,  man io briug ihe bag in about an hour  to the hotel in the "BouP Mich."  I made one bound up tbe stairs to  iny friend s bedcnittuber, where 1  found bun packing u\ u tiny hand  satchel au assortment ot toliet articles.  a chi'iise of linen nnd a uigiitsbin.  Until this task was ended I could ob-  tuin no satisfaction from Kouletabille.  fur in i'l'Kard to tlie tittle affairs ot everyday lite tie wns extremely particular and despite the modesty ot bis  means succeeded iu living very well.  having a horror ot everything which  could be culled bouomtnu. Be dually  deigued to announce to me tnat "we  were going to tuke our lOnster vacation" and tbat since 1 had nothing to  do and tho Epoch mid grunted him a  three days' holiday we couldn't do better than to go and tuke a sbort rest at  tbe seaside. But my silence did not  diHtiii'b Kouletabille lu the least, nnd.  taking my valise In one baud, bis  unutit'i tu the other, be Vbustled the  down the stairs uud pushed me Into a  luick wulob awaited us before the door  ul the hotel. Halt an-hour Inter we  found ourselves iu a tlrst class carriage of the Northern railway, wbicb  was carrying us toward Trepot by  wny ot Amiens, As. we eutered tbe  station he sti id:  "Why don't you give me the letter  tbat you uu^e tor hie?"  l gazed ut.hiiu In,amazement. He  had guessed that Mme. Darzac would  be greatly, grieved ut not seeing bim  before her departure and would write  to bim. Be had oseu positively malicious.   1 auswered:  "Because you don't deserve... It**  And 1 gave blui u good scolding, to  wbicb he interposed uo defense. He  did not even try to excuse himself,  and that made me augner than ever.  Finally 1 banded dim the letter. He  took It. looked ait it and inbaied its  rragrauce. As'Al sat looking at him  curiously be frowued. A-trying, as I  could see, to repress some strong feeling. His face betrayed the fact that  he was suffering profoundly.  "Well?" i said. "Aren't you going  to read the letter?"  "No." be replied; "uot here; when  we are yonder."  We arrived at Trepot lu the blackest  nigbt that I remember after six hours  of an mterminable trip aud in wretcn-  ed weather, l'be wiud from tbe sea  chilled us., to tbe bone and swept over  the deserted quay wltb weird sounds  of lamentation.. 1 walked benind Kouletabille. wbo made his way with difficulty in this damp obscurity. However, be appeared to know tbe place,  for we dually arrived at tbe door of a  ���������;(jUeef>;iKiic inn,r?bieb i'einfiineu opea i  duriugV'he early spring for the fisber-  men. Kouletabille demanded supper  and n bre, for we were naif starved  aud bait frozen.  v "Atii now. my .friend." 1 said when  wy iwere settled after a fashion, "will  you condescend to .explain to me what  we bave to come, to took for in this  place aside from rbeiitmuism and  pneumonia?"      ,���������  ���������,  Hut Kouletabille at this moment  coughed and turnedytoward tbe tire to  ���������warmAhis. uaods:,������iwiW'''::-A:''!Vv' '���������'���������'; -* .^'"'.*  "Ob������>yeS;" be'; aiiiftVe'rwl': "I am going'  to tell you. -We Wive.come to look'for  the perfume bt the Lady:''iu Rlacic.''-  Thls phrase gave me so much to  think about that I scarcely slept at all  that night.  E:irly lu the morning 1 wns awakened by a c tin need Kouletabille. His  fnee was distorted" with grief as he  bunded me a telegram wbicb bnd  come to bim at the Bourgi having  been forwarded' froin,;Pnrtrt ln:#aecord-  uuce wltb the orders thut be bnd left.  Here in ihe dispatch:  Come Immediately without lonlng a minute. We have given up our trip to the  orient and will join M. Stangerson at  Memono at the home of the Rnncea at  Koeliers RoiiRes. Let this, meaaaee robin in a secret Between ub. It is not neo-  oBnary to frighten any one. You may  pretend that you nre on your vacation or  make any other excuse that you like, but  comoA To.agraph me general delivery.  Men tone, gulcrtly. quickly; i am waiting tor you.    Yourn in despair,  DARZAC.  "Woll," I cried, leaping out ot bed,  ���������'It, doesn't nurprlne me!"  never   believed   that  Aie   wnn  S%fl*I   lffsSSSBB**i  ntuutu in yANAtm  ANO J. L. ENGLEHART CAME AT A-  TIME OF BIG EXODUS.  WHAT'SJN^A NAME?  Funny Things You Didn't Know About  Our Nomenclature.  Surnames are aot what they seem,  and some of the most distressing contain a wealth of meaning.  Take, for example, the surname with  which many people think they are  cursed���������Snooks. This, by no means,  seems to be an imposing cognomen;  but, as a matter of fact, it is a name  oi great antiquity, and one of which j  nobody need be ashamed. In reality,  it is a contraction of "Sevenoak." It  was first corrupted to Sennoos, which,  in its turn, was corrupted to Snooks  of to-day.  The original bearer of the name of  Legless was so called merely because  he was a lawyer. Originally, the name  was spelled Laegless, the expression  signifying "learned in the law."  Strangely enough. Lawless is derived  from exactly the same source, and  signifies exactly tho opposite to its  apparent meaning.  Take the case of the surname Heart.  It is really a corruption of Hard,  which waa a name given to show  that the owner was a man of firm  character and  resolute bearing.  One must extend pity to the poor  individual burdened with such a name  as Gumboil. Yet those who possess  the name may be interested to know  that it, too, has nothing at all to do  with any part of the anatomy. It /  denotes that its first bearer was a man  of considerable importance and "������������������eat  power in the state.* It is derived from  the Norse word "gunbald," which itself has nothing to do with any affliction, but means "hold in war."  It is quite wrong to assume that  the name of Smith is derived from  the fact that the original bearers were  workers_ in metal; In reality. Smith is  a very fine old name, far more ancient  than Anglo-Saxon. The oldest-known  bearers of the name were brewers,  and it was in use many thousand oi  years ago in mighty Egypt.  _ Such names as Swearing and Gambling show how the original meaning  has become corrupted. Swears nnd  ���������swearing are derived from the o.der  Sweor, which comes from an Anglo-  Saxon- word meaning "honorable '  "Gambling comes from Gam liny,  which comes from a Norse word signifying "old descent." The end.ug  "ing" to a surname, simply meau.-  ' son of." Thus, Browning m-an-  son of Brown," and * Dunning.  "Dunn's son." ,  Apparestly, a very ignoble surname  is 'xremble, a name which.might mak������-  one imagine that the ancestpf-'-of Mr  -remise r.'as a c-raven-hearted crea-'  tare. Stili, the exact opposite is the  case, for the name is only a" corruption of the ancient word "trumbald,*"  which signifies "steadfast and bold."  Any individual rejoicing in the  name_of Mr. Earwig may be proud :n  the fact that originally the nam<-  meant the "boar of battle." The surname Mouse denoted at first a man ot  great courage; while Mr. Ratt pet?  his name from the fact that the first  bearer of the name was a wise person,  who gave "counsel" to the king.  Goose, Gosling, arid Jocelyn are cor  rupfions  of  a  word' which bnginar.y  denoted the  "Goths."   The first*   Mr  Gander was an individual called "the  wolf";  while  the  original   Mr.   Duck  was a "doughty" man.  No; surnames are not what Vthey  seem. For instance, Lind nppears f ���������  be a somewhat charming name; all  tht- same, it is derived from a Teu  tonic word meaning a "snake." The  apparently quiet and harmless sur  ���������rirne Wren oomos from a "'ord whieh  denotes "rapine." Then, Fish, though  sued .an ijni'.iMiti name-;in appearanc. ,  originally! mennt "impetuous." That  common fiumame Haddock i9 derived  from a word  meaning "war."  Never;; .judge   a   person   from   his  name I Xyy^X.; '��������� -. y,   ..  The Man Who Is Now at the Head ot  Ontario's Public Railway Came  From the United States In the Early Eighties���������Is a Man of Private-  Means and Loves His Work and*  His Employes.  It was in the eighties, when all the  talk   was  of   Canadians   trekking   to>  the United States, that several Americans of greater foresight reversed the-  process and came to Canada.  In their ranks were numbered not  only such outstanding figures as the  late Ezra B. Eddy of Hull, Que., and  tlie late Hiram Walker of Walkerville,  who built up businesses which are,  known practically throughout the*  Empire, but also such railway magnates as Sir William Van Home, Sir  Thomas Shaughnessy and Mr. C. M.  Hays. To this honorable rojl belongs-  by right tlie namo of Jacob Lewis  Englehart, chairman of the Temiskam-  ing & Northern Ontario Railway Commission, and vice-president of the Imperial Oil Co., Ltd.~a;man who represents a .type 'of worthy, useful, self-  made and splendid citizenship .none  too frequently met; with in Caniadia.  Mr. Englehart was born in Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 2, 1847, his parents  being John Joel Englehart and Hannah Richards Englehart. His schooldays were brief, for he left Cleveland;  in 1860, at the .age of thirteen years,  and went to New York, where he entered the VPine street offices of Sonn-  born, Drafoo & Co., an oil-exporting:  firm, as clerk and rose by his own efforts to be a partner in the concern.  In 1870 Mr. Englehart came to Ontario-  \  tiMdr' demanded Rouletabille in a  ���������tono (llled with emotion.  "I never folt quito sure ot It." I nn  swered. "it was too useful for bim to  puns for dead to permit him to lieal-  title ut the Hiicrltlco of a fow nnpors,  however Important thorn*- were wbicb  were found upon tho victim ot tbo  Dordogne dlsunter. Hut wbnt In tbo  mutter wltb you, my boy? You look  an though you wero going to faint  Are you HIV"  Rouletnhllle bnd let hlmnolf Into n  chair, it wna In u voice which trembled like Hint of uu old mnn thnt he  con tided to tne that oven while tho  tnniTliige ceremony of onr frluudn was  going ou he bad become poaseHHcd  with a Htrong conviction that Larsan  wiih not dead. Hut after the ceremony  wn* ut nn end be hnd folt moro so-  cute  Mould never nave permitted Mmhi/do  HtiingerNnn to nponk tiie voivs' thnt  {hive her to Robert Dnrttne It he woro  really nllvu. Liii-Hiui would only bnvo  hnd io show his tnco io atop tho mur-  rlngo, ,';.'.���������.  Wiping the perspiration from bis  forehead: Uouletniitiie I'eninrkod;  "Hiilminir. cud you ever forgot Lar*  mib's ey������*Y Uo you remember, "Tho  pit-Hbyury Una mil ioju Hm cburiu or  thu garden Ub' bright riftriV"'  I preyed the noys hnnd. It wns  burning hot. I tnoo to cnltn bim. but  lio paid  uo intention  to anything  l  The Royal Box.  When the king of Saxony's cnntlo at  Dresden took tire recently the king  personally directed the operation** of  tbe Ore brigade, which worked for  three hours before mibduihg tbe flamen.  Crown frlneesn HopbiuV of Greece,  wife of Crown I'rlnce KoiiBtiintinos, is  tbo eoramunder of one of the tinese  regiments of the urmy of Greece. 8bo  tn tbe sister of tho emperor of Gor-  muny nnd rankn there an Princess of  Prunnln, Bho in tho mother of Uvo  children.  Tbe now king of Montenegro when  bo mummed his title decreed thnt ovory ono addressing bim an "princo"  munt pay' a fine of a dollnr for tbo  benefit of the poor. Since thon bo bas  been obliged to pny the Hne lilmneif  202 times since be persists lu referring  to biranoif or bin wifd an princo or  princess.  Sporting Notes.  Tbe breaking of a nhoulder blade In  n $1,200 guaranteed bout wltb Johnny  Kllbnneat Cleveland recently will cost  Abo Attoll at leant $12,000.        ,  At Valo university's new boathouse  It seemed ������to him that  Uirsnn i ono of th0 mnovntion������ In tbe placing  of largo ml rrom benlde tbe rowing  machine* to enuble the novice oarsmen  to ohservo better rowing form.  Tbe legitimate esponneM of n major  lengiio banebnll citib nre 1100,000 a  year. This doenn'r Include tbo "war  fund" set aside in enne the obstreperous big minors kick ovor tbo traces.  Cnptnln Koy Mercer, University of  Pennsylvania football captain for 1011  and nlno Ail American fullback, In \  great In football nnd trnclf athletics  nnd in also snid to eteei In tennis,  hnsebnll and nil around gymnastics.  Hu U about twenty-one years ot ago.  MR, J. It.  ENGIiEHABT-  to investigate the'oiF "fields^ and, perceiving their possibilities, he decidecj  upon ths SotablisoEieni of the. nrst  refining works foresport' in* Ontario.  While retaining his New ,York connection, he founded the firm of J. L.  Englehart & Co. at London. After six.  years of success in* London Mr. Englehart sold out, and was on the point  of returning to the United States*  when he purchased the works of the  Carbon Oil Co., and moved them to  Petrolia, where the principal oil well*  were located, himself becoming a resident of the town. In 1881 the Imper- .  ial Oil Co. was established, Mr. Englehart becoming vice-presidehti. a position ; whieli heN< still holds. vThecom-  ,pony was reorganised in 1891,Vand the  refineries removed to (Sarnia.  After definitelyt deciding to V remai re  in Canada,: he had assumed British  citizenship,   and   chose  Conservatism  as his political faith.   He took part in.  many election contests, but sought no  political honors.   When the Whitney  Government assumed power Mr. En-  glehart's prominenceV as a successful  business man and his intimate knowledge of  railway affairs marked hira  ' but for .prefermorit when the Tomia-  kaming Commission was being reor-  ! ganized.   Oh his reihrn from Europe-  : in 1900 he was, appointed to membership   on  the- commission,  and   when  ;Mr. Cecil B. Smith resigned the chairmanship   soon   after,  Mr.   Englehart  was regarded as his logical successor  for this important post;.  The salient characteristics of Mr.  Englehart are hiB simultaneous grasp-  of the broadest aspect and the most  minuto detail of any subject, and his  unfailing courtesy and afiability.  Tho visitor to the offices bi the commission finds its head easy of access,  urbane of manner, dobonair of person,  and unvaryingly genial and obliging.  It does not matter whether it be a  mombor of th<i Goverhraept who drops  I in, a railway magnate com������ to confer  -upon momentous matters o'nowspopjr-  xnan in search of information, or the  humblest employe of the rood with ������  grievance or a request���������all alike aro*  mado to fool welcome and nt oaso,   .  J   In tho conduct of tho affairs of tho  'Tomiakamlng    Railway    Mr.    Englo-i  'hart has adopted what might bo call-  led the paternal, not to say tho pa-  .triarchal, motHod.   The employes of  I the road aro made to fcal that they  are not only activo partners, but mem-  hcTs of one big family.  I   In  addition, Mr. Englehart   keep*  !closo watch upon the work of all em-,  I ploy os, and the man whoso monthly  report makes  a good showing is li-  nolo to rcooivo a portonnl lotter of  commondation    for    exoelloot    work  done, with  a hint that tho faithful  i and efficient performance ot duty will  not bo forgotten.  '   Possessing abundant moans of hi������  own, the $6,000 salary which he re~  .coives ns chairman of the oomrainslon  lis but a bagatelle to Mr. Englehart,  I His pleasure has novcr beon in accumulating monoy, but in using it  wisoly.   His sorvicoa to tho peoplo of  ! Ontario nregivon freoly, not for the  [monetary  return  which  ho  receives,  but for the pleasure ha takes in do-  monBtrnting tho possibilities of suo-  oosb  in Goveotmont   ownorphin and  operation of a, grwit public utility.   .,  Coal In Transvaal.  Tlio  Transvaal  ptoduood  4,000,009  tons of ooal last fax. pllfil^  s  fhe; ckMt^ review.  iyyVAyAAv^  AXy:XXyyxyXxyyyyyyy::yy-y^  yyyX-AXXyyA 'AxA -r. V vyAAAxXA-t^^^P^^0^W^iW^^^i  mam  Used in Canadian homes to prbiSuco  deficioua tiorae-mada bread, and al s������p*������  ply la always included!in Sportsmen*'  'andCampers9 Outfits. Decline  aii imitations. They never  give aatlaf action and coat jtiat  aa much,  g. W. Q1LLETT 66. LT&.  Winnipeg     Toronto^ Ont.     Montreal  ���������  Awardsd highsst Honors at all  Ks.ui Expositions.  WE  ..y   Take Only  Good-will  Merchant (to widow)���������I asa willing  to buy your husband's working business and, good-will for $5,000.  Widow���������Well,  but I.happen to be  part of the working business.  Merchant���������Then, I'll take only the  good-will.���������Fliegende  Blaetter.  ���������niekly atepa couffbs, cures colds, heals  tne  throat and  longs. ���������   -   -   25 cents.  So  Frost (gazing at new dwelling)  this is your last house?  - Builder   (sadly)���������Yes,  last  but J not  leased.���������Smart Set.  Minard's    Liniment   Cures    Dandruff  Smith has a lovely baby girl,  The stork left her with a flutter.  Smith named her Oleomargarine,  For he hadn't any but "her.  ���������- Thousands of Consumptives die  .������3.very- year.1 Consumption results from  a neglected cold on the lungs. Ham-  lins Wizard Oil will cure these' colds.  Just rub it into the chest and draw  out' the inflammation. >. ��������� *  Don't worry when people call you  foolish. If -your foolishness is giving you a good' appetite, lots of fun  and joyous living,, thank God for ii.  That. Was Easy  dear," said a wife to her husband, "do you realize that you have  broken a.promise ybu made me?"  "Have I?" said the absent-minded  husband. "Well, don't worry about  that, dear. I'll fix that all right; I'll  make you another one."  It's 'ever so much ^easier to shoot  straight than to shoot fair.  Revive the Jaded Condition. ��������� When  energy Sags and the cares of business become irksome; when the whole system is  out of sorts and there ia goneral depression, try Parmelee's Vegetable Pill3.  They  will   regulate   the   action  of   a  de-  Varied  Items of  Interest to the  Farming Community.  Ths  A pale poet who wrote pale poetry  was taken to (the White House one  day and presented to President Eoose-  velt by a friend. The friend and the  President had occasion to go downstairs, followed by the pale poet, who  lagged a few steps behind.  "I don't like that man's poetry,"  said the President.     "It is anaemic."  When the President left, the poet  turned to his friend and said, "Did I  understand the President to refer to  my poetry as anaemic?"  "Anaemic?" said the friend. "Oh,  no!" And then, working his wits  overtime, he added: "You misunderstood.    He said it was academic."  "rVG  >M������������se������siSiMtl-ss  inventive.  bbniuSbS.  When some celebrated pictures of  Adam and Eve were seen on exhibition, Mr. McNab was taken to see  them. "I think no great things of the  painter," said the gardener; "why,  man! tempting Adam wi' a pippin'  of a variety that wasna known until  about twenty years ago!"  POULTRY  Do not let the hens get too fat or  too thin, but keep them in medium  flesh.  Plenty of grain    food is necessary  for the production of fertile eggs that  will hatch strong chickens.  -  .--,     --.        ,        ,.     .     _ * n������-      The early hatched cockerel   is    the  SSSRLk^lffertHto ai?ewemtn.ll?N<; one ttiat brings the. highest   price in  one  need  Buffer  a  day   from  debilitated  digestion when so simple and effective a  pill can be got at any drurj store.'  CARRIED GLADNESS  i TO HIS HOME  j    |MRS. ANNIE VAN VORST'S HEART  DISEASE CURED BY DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS  The heroic soldiers    of   life    don't  show off their medals in public.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  Take   LAXATIVE    BROMO   Quinine  Tablets.   Druggists refund money if it  ���������   S?   tn*  GROVE'S signa-  fflii  tails to cv  ture on each box.   25c.  Husband���������"It's a great thing, that  accident insurance. I have taken out  a policy so that if, for instance, I  merely break my arm, I receive $2,-  500," Wife: "Wouldn't that me nice.  Then I could take a trip to the Riviera?"  V  THE RIGHT WAY  t ������u au csms "W  DISTEMPER, PINK EYE, INFLUENZA,  COLDS, ETC.  ���������f all,horses, broodmares, colts, stallions, to to  "SPOHN THEM"  on their tongues or in the feed put Spohn's Liquid  Compound. Give thejremedyto Ell of them. It  Acts on the hlood and elands. It routes tbe disease  by expelling the disease germs. It wards off the  ���������rouble oo matter how they aro "exposed." Absolutely tree trom anything injurious. A child  ���������can safety take it. * 50c and fx.oo; f s.50 and Six.oo  the doxen.  Sold by druggist* and harness dealers.-  Distributors!,*  All Wbolesal* Qrugfilata  SPOHN MEDlfeAL CO.,  Chemists  .and    Bacteriologists  1 * GOSHEN, IND., U. & A.  the market next spring.  If you are going to buy an incubator, do not delay, but order < it now  so that you may be sure to have it  when you need it.  Exercise obtained by scratching in  a deep clean litter of grain, with the  poultry house windows open,, is a  great aid to good health, jand good  health means more profit.  It never pays to keep old hens and  pullets in the same pen for the older  birds will frequently get too fat on  the amount of food that is required  to keep the younger ones in good  condition.  Hens will lay without a male in  the flock and the eggs will keep  better.  T*V������ /-������.       ���������Pj^tv'T        *vl 11        a + ������i*������ /I        r>r\m c * rl ova "Wl a  JkilC AVlVf* f'lli fiuUMU WV/4*uAv������^/*MiLi'*w  cold if the air is dry and pure.  Damp foul air is sure to cause  trouble.  Get a can of liquid lice killer and  paint the roost and roost supports  occasionally *to protect the j.ow*s  against the little mites that accumulate in that part of the hen house.  To get eggs you must feed enough  to maintain the health and strength  of the hens, and enough more than  that to form a surplus out of which  eggs can be made.  Do not get the ducks too fat during  the winter or they will not lay well  in the spring. Examine them occasionally to make sure that they are in  fair flesh.  Table scraps, potato peelings, and  all pieces of "meat and vegetables that  accumulate in the kitchen, should be  boiled together and mixed with meal  and bran to form a noon day lunch  for the fowls in winter.  Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd.  CALGARY  WINNIPEG  REGINA  The Largest Printers' Supply House in Canada.  We Carry in Stock Cylinder Presses, Job Presses,  Paper Cutters, Type and Material. Can Fill  Orders for Complete Equipment from our StocK.  We are the Largest Ready Print Publishers in  the West.   We Publish Ready Prints from our  Winni-nori  Calgary and Regina Houses.  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Pure blood is the basis of all health  and you can't have pure blood unless  your Kidneys are in good working order. Dodd's Kidney Pills nevsr fail  to put the Kidneys in perfect working  order.  for Coughs & Cqlos  T"T HURI8E EYE Ht������Eui#  5 For R������i. W,*k, W������,7, Wfiteiy Ey������ W  I AND GRANULATED LIDS I  ^ Murine Doesn't Smart���������Soothes Eye Pain  Murine Eye Ranted?. Liqntd. 25c, 50c 91.00. *  Murine   Eye Salve, ia Aseptic Tuba,  25c.  $1.00.  SYS BOOKS AND ADVICE FREE BY "A!!.  Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago  As "William bent over her fair face  he whispered, "Darling, if I should  ask you in French if I misht kiss you  what would you answer?" she, surr-  moning up her scanty knowledge of  the French language, exlaimed  "Billet doux."  REST AiD HEALTH To BOTHER AKD SKiLB..  UM.Viniunr's soothsmg a-saw has bees  %sti fofover SIXTY YKARS by MHUUOBS of  SSCTH3R8 fer',tl!*ir CHII.BREN WKU.B  TBKTHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS It  SOOTHES the CHXLD. SOFTENS the GUMR  AXJ������A.YS all PAIN. CURES WIND COLIC. a������4  la the best remedy for DIAR8HCEA. It la ao-  folutcljr harmless. Be sure and aalc for "Mrs.  fV'iziaiow's Soo'thiag Syrap," aba tafee a^Oiaii  kind.   Twenty-five cents a tootUe  Special Notice  TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND A6EHTS,  Agents Wanted by B. SHRAGGE,  396 Princess St., Winnipeg, to purchase for him scrap copper and brass,  cast and wrought iron, old rubber  boots and shoes and crown lager  quart, pint and whiskey bottles.  4,  SrK  ford  Factory  ���������nd Offices;  Counter  Check  Book  Company,  Limited  The best equipped factory for producing Counter Check Books  . in Canada.  HAMILTON,  ONT.  Capacity  509 000 CheckBooks  ������������������������������������ ������������������'   ���������������������������������������������"���������\ per Day.  We are supplying the Largest users of Counter Check  Books in Canada with our  ������������  (Not In th* Trust.)  IMPERIAL BOOKS.  APPLErORD OOUNTER  CHECK BOOK  'COMPANY, LIMITED.  i������  WHEN IT COMES TO  PAPER BAGS and  i   > i'  llMlCHtS  We ������r*   everywhere with the > standard gaede.  Paper and Matches ara our apaclaltlaa.   Lai ua  ��������� krvaw your warns���������we'll do th* rest. ���������  TheEB.EddyCo.Ltd Y^X.  BULL, CAKADA jr"'   " l������1"""'  A Consumption Cure  Milk strippings when taken from a  healthy cow that gives very rich milk  and taken in quantities of a quart  twice a day immediately after milking before it cools any, will cure a  larger per cent, of cases of consump  tion than any other treatment and  will cure in half the time of any  other method. It will also prevent it  when taken in time. The reason why  it is so successful is because it is absorbed or transfused into the circulation almost immediately without  taxing the digestive organs as other  foods do, and as the -strippings or  last quart of the milking from a cow  that gives very rich milk is nearly all  cream the patient will take on fat so  much faster than can' be accomplished by any other method that they  soon gain enough strength and vitality to overcome the germs causing  consumption. ,  To get best results one should begin  with a glass of, strippings and increase gradually;, but if there id any  disgupt created for it any timo the  quantity should be dropped at once to  one half and then increase gradually  again. In two or three weeks they can  usually take a quart in the morning  und evening.  It is very important to tako it  Immediately after milking so as not  to allow it "to cool' below blood heat.  Tn cold weather it should he milked  into a dish resting in warm water to  prevent it from cooling any.  SELECT NOW  Our public spirited farmora, who  moko ft praotloo of exhibiting grain  and live stook at our mid-summer  fuirs and exhibitions,"should bo making preparations now for their exhibits. It. takes months of oaro and pro-  paration, to produce a flrst-claBs specimen, of grain, beginning with tho  sood. . Just' so it takes an ovon longer  timo to' floloot a bunch ol barrows,  steers or wofchors for fattening purposes, Thon beforo show timo tho  work, of eliminating all but tho best  animals' must bo done. Thoro is a  good opportunity to ourn prize money  and much praiao and .advertising for  your community hy carrying off honors at tho mid-Bummor exhibitions,  How is tho timo to plan for your conquests. Don't delay until a fow weeks  boforo show timo,  A Remadv for Garaoho,���������To, havo tlio  oarnolio in to nndnrn torture. The ear In  a dolloato oman and <ov. oaro to deal  witb It, conuliitahj������- it work for u <1oeU>r.  Dr. Thorn na' Eolootrlo Oil ofTera a.Mrapln  romody. A...fow drops upon a ulcoo of  lint or impflloatert ootton nnil placed, in  the oar will work wonders In rollovlntr  putn.  State ol Ohio. City of Toledo.N  ������ Lrcaa Comity. BB'    ,  r I t,UA     U.     \J,irnv&      ...^...xra    w*. .....     ,.������;=..     r ���������   senior partner of the firm of P. J. Cheney  & Co., doing businens' in the City of To  ledo, Countv and State aforesaid, nnd  thnt RBifl firm will pay the sum of ONE  HtTNTVRj'!'!' DOLLARS for each and every  case jf Catarrh that cannot be cured by  the use of Hall's Cotgrrh Onm,  FRANK J. CHENEY,  Sworn  to before we  and  subscribed in  my  prewnce.  this 6th  day  of  Deoember,  A. D..  1886. A   w> GLEAS0N  (Spd.1.) Notary Publio.  Hall's Catarrh Core is taken internally  and   acts   directly   upon   the   blood   nnd  toucomp flurfap������������B of tho system.   Send for  testimonials, free. ������������������__ .   _     _ ,  .     _  V. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.  Bold bv pU DruKBisto. 76o. ���������  Take   Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  '"How are you getting on at  bridge?"  "I hav*������ given it up," replied young  Mrs. Torkins. "There was no chance  in the world of my being lucky.  Every hand they dealt me had IS  carde.in it."���������Washington Star.  Hon* fo������������ th������ ��������� CJironlc. Pvspeotle.���������  Throuprh lack of con9idoTati"n of tho hodv n  npfldfl many persons allow disorders of! the  rtloroHtlvo npHfirntnn to endure until tney  hwame olvronic. fllllntf days and nio'tita  with sufTerlnir. To ���������hews a bourse of Par-  meleo's Vegetable Pllli Is recommended as  i������ sure i������nd upeedv wnv to recaln honltn.  Theso pills otg eneo'nnv compounded to  oonibnt dynpopnln' and the in anv Ills that  follow Jn its train, and thoy aro buccobb*  ful always.          To remove n rt>1 inter nearly fill a  widp-mouthod bottle with hot water  then hold the injurod part over tliis  nnd pri>ns it down tiirhtlv. Tho suction will net as a poultice nnd drnw  thp flesh down, when the splinter will  como out quite easily.  DELICATE BABIES NEED  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  The Duncans Are Winning Fame In  Different Fields.  The inventive bump is large in  Canada. Tbere aro Canadians making a fat- living by devising ingenious  stories which tickle the national intellectual palate. There aro^ other  Canadians who are being paid big  salaries for the use of their expert  services  in  manufacturing. .  Tbe classical outlet for persons of  abnormal wit was formerly literature  and art. Machinery came to be a  force in civilization . A great part of  the brains which used to go in,for  writing and painting went to help  build up industry. C-me people say  that poetry on earth is dead. Other  peoole say that more poetry is being  written in the world to-day than there  was yesterday. They class Mr. Mar-,  con! with Homer.  There is a family in Canada who  are making poetry, old style and new  style - Their name is Duncan. Ono *  of the members of this family wo*k������  with pen,and.ink. Any person who  is at all interested in tiie Northland  country knows something about ,Nor-  lnan Duncan who wrote "Dr. Luke  of   the Labrador."    Norman   Duncan  is one of the blood-red flctionists pn  this   continent   to-day.    His    stories  appear in  all the  big magazines   of  Canada and Europe.  Norman  Duncan,   novelist,   has   a  brother,  Robert  Duncan,    who  looks  like   him,  with    long,    shaggy ^hair,  dreamy eyes, and that sort of thing.  For   ail   the   world   Robert, Duncan  might    have    been    an   inventor   of  stories, too, like   the   highly   original  and interesting Norman.   Except that  it happened be became an inventor���������  in the realm of applied science.  Down " in    Pittsburg, " where   Dr..  Robert Kennedy iDuncan now is,   the'  papers   of , the   "Smoky City"   have  been talking recently of him as one  of the biggest "smokes" in the town,;  calling  him  the  "new  Edison," and,  other pet names like that.    It seems  that Dr. Duncan for some   years^ has  been doing a lot of big things in a  quiet,  unassuming, manly,  Canadian ���������  way.  and people  are just beginning i  to find it out.  They are recalling that he vras the  law    scholar,   expert    in    chemistry,  whom the United States Government  sent a few years ago over to Germany to study the chemistry oi commerce, and report to them its applies-    ��������������� 9   /"i     ' L.  tion  to  United  States industry; and    KAVS    liOWDOV  whom after his return the University I     '   /    ���������      -F ���������*  of Kansas called to the new chair of , %f|ff   |*������*A0  industrial  chemistry.    To  have^revo- | WW**  11W  iutionized   many  processes  uf  xi������anu-  facturing in a highly organized commercial  community  like   the   United  States, that's the credit they are giving to Robert Kennedy Duncan.  An Energetic Britisher.  Mr. J. Ellis Barker, the well-known  English writer on politics and economics, recently paid a flying visit to  Canada to take a hand in the reciprocity controversy. Many persons picture the writers for the stately British  Here's a Home Dye  ANYONE  Dan, Use.    -  HOME DYEING has  always been tnore or  less of a difficult under-  tsklag- KoS so when  you use  ^tA  !0N������������w������ALLKINDS<*������  Send forScmpI*  Card and Storr  .Booklet to  Tha JOHNSON-  -RICHARDSON  CO.. Limited.  Montreal. Can.  JUST THINK OP ITI '  Witb DY-O-LA you can color either Wool,  Cotton. Silk or Mixed Goods Perfectly with  the SAME Dye. No chance of using- the  WRONG Pye for the Goods yoa havo to color.  ia tras Oswboy Sssh.-  loa: Shirt, Frfared  Trousers and . wide  Brimmed Bat, sisea  up to 14 yean. It is  made of vary bent material and guaranteed  to -crew ; just the thing  for the corning summer.  Lots of fun for yourself  and your playmates.  We give it froe for sell-  ins only $4.00 worth of  our Beautiful JUtbo  Ast     Postcards     at  war  S tor 5e.    Tht_.  ���������Western Canada  So you. committed thia burglary  quito unnsBiatod ��������� no accomplices P'  naked tho judge. ��������� "Not ono, my lord/*  replied tho prisoner. "It la a risky  thing to havo a pal in my nrofoBBlon.  X can never ho suro whether ho is  honoftt or not."  Thero Booms to bo no place like  homo for moat of iho charity that begins thoro.  gentlemen, whose  spst-caTds comprise -views ot  <������������������������.������... wwauBjlova Scenes, Ci  i tar. Blrthda-ra. Best Wis!������������t. Flo-  Mrs. H. L. Boono, Tay Mills. N.B.,  writes :~-"I think Baby'n Own Tnhlots  are nn excellent remedy to keep in  Mm hour.o nnd I' would not bo without  thom. My baby wnn not cxaotly sick  hut wan very dplioatn and I pnvo him  tho Tablets and they havo mndo liim  Btrong and hoalthy." Such iH tho  toBtimonv of thnunandR of mothora.  Baby's Own Tablets always do Rood-���������  novor harm, They can bo given with  nbBolute safety to tho youngest child,  nB thoy aro guaranteed by a government analyst to contain no hnrmful  drucR. Novor givo haby "soothinc"  stuffs���������that only dopofl him. Givo  him a medloino that will act right on  the rpot of hia troublo. A medicine  thnt will Btrcnpthon his ntomnch; i-o-  gulnto his howoln; sweoton the breath  and mako him hriaht, hoalthy and  strom?���������such a medicine is Baby b  Own Tablets. Thoy nro nold hy modi-  clno (lenlcrfl or at 26 cents a box from  Tho Dr. Williams' ������ Modioino Co.,  Brockviiie, Ont,  Ono dav ITuldahnnna Antoinette, a  negro girl,-was very happy over tho  proapootn of a grand hall. Hor mln-  ���������rcBfl, who took a kindly interont in  hor nffnirH, asked tho usual questions  about droas.  ���������'Woll, ma'am," wm tho reply,  "flomo of tho girlfl i������ gwintor war full  ovenin' UroBB, hut I isn't. 1 jos'  gwlntor war my cIo'cb."  Bradley���������"How d'you liko tho  poem I sont you the othor day?"  Editor���������"GoodI Unuaually good!  Almont good enough to print I"���������8u������-  ocas. Magatlno.  academic gentlemen, whose fightii j  blood is not allowed to- run away with  them. Mr. Barker does not belong  to that type. He has the swinging  stride and the masterful way of the  man who will, not put up with contradiction, and he lays down his views  in'the most decided manner.  Mr. Barker came to Canada with a  plan of campaign for the fight against  the treaty.*, and he gave it out j in  speeches and interviews. He hurried  round to the sympathetic newspaper  offices in Toronto and' proceeded to  wake things up ,with a vigor that  suggested. the militant American politician. He gave his instructions and  departed. In one effice he saw a  map of gram areas -which interested  him, and before anyone could gasp,  it ha;1 been gwen ttf him. He took  out tbe nails nnd departed with vit.  Mr. 3. Ellis Barker would quite upset  tho views of anyone wbo thought that  English public men preferred to move  with a minimum amount of speed.  As    ono     Torontonian     remarked:  "Really, if I did not know otherwise.  I should think he hnd the British Em-,  piro in his pocket.'*' ,  Whitofish Are Dying.  To arrest the rapid depletion of t)ie  Groat LakeB of whiteflah, the Marino,  and Fisheries Department require to  E' laco in tho fivo grout fresh water  odtes 2.000,000.000 of fry annually.  This would be the beginning of the  work of restoring to its, former abundance tho supply of ^hitoflBh. Tho  food value of such a flsh supply cannot bo estimated by Ontario.  Tho yearly" catch 'of whitcfloh, in  Lako Superior, Georgian Bay and  oround the Manitoulin Islands has  decreased approximately &,0G0.000  pounds annually from the year 1890 .u>  1809, at a value of over $600,000, and  ��������� not ono whitoflBh fry from the hatcheries has even been plnntod in the&o  waters. On the other hand moat of  the fry propagated at tho hatchery at  , Sandwich has boon liberated into  Lake Er^, and the result has bo������na  an increased catch of 400 por cent,  during the samo period.  There hna boon no decrease In tuo  salmon trout supply In tho lakes.  This fish cannot do caught In gill  nets, anr'l when caught is only half  tho vnluo ot whiteflsh,  Whilo British Columbia and Manitoba' lakes rccolvo nomo attention, tno  Great 3Ukoa system seems to bo starved, natchories aro needed at the 8oo,  Southampton, Goderich, ColHogwood,  Owen Sound, Hamilton. Toronto,  Belleville and Kingston, if the white-  fish aro to bo saved from extinction.  i    , - _ i i -1 -   i . i   i   11    - -*  Joshing tha Newspaper*.  Tho Mail and Empire, ono of To������m-  to's throo morning papers, recently  ooased publiahipfl an evening' edition.  Tho Globe, however, still eonUnuos to  publish in tho evening, although Iho  great bulk in it* circulation, U on IU  morninR editions. Tho staffs of the  Toronto evening papers hnvo mado a  lot of good-natured tun over tlio even-  lug Mltion������ of the two papers mentioned. Probably the best enjoyed Jibo  wan (hm sprung by a newspaper man  soon aftor Tho Mail and Kmpinyan%  off its evening edition. He ������nldruTho  Evening Mail hM ceased publication.  HU .ubaohbor died, and The Evening  Qlobo'f subieriber la pretty ���������JdaV'  I ttoys  omics, Eaz>>  .   .  _ _ <*"T9. -��������� Bn������.   etc., and aro ���������������;������' fast .sellers.   "Wcalsi  give a OowcM Salt free for selling $4.00 worth  of cards.' < Send your order for cards today  esd -CThes ycu sell tnem return the money and ws  wiU send   Cowboy or Cowrlrl Suit, postpaid.  *o you. the -wxsTssxrr^s������miM co������  Dept. iu>, 'Winnipeg, Man.  Work, Both Ways  "He knows all the best people in  town."  "Why doesn't   he ' associate   with  them, then?" ,  "They know,bim."  aa,������t������ota.  f7rv*  ' Hotel Proprietor-���������"Was "there any-   "  thing of value in the,trunk of that  fellow .who jumped hia bill,"  ������'01erkJ-"I should soy bo, It was full  of our linen and oilverwaro.'*--Judge,  j      i    '*   > 11" ���������    a  Minard's Liniment for, sale everywhere  The Sunday services at a famous  college for men are often conducted  by prominent clergymen of in'ony de-  nominations and from . manyiv cities.  When these visiting preachers occasionally ask the prosident how long  they shnll speak ho invariably re������  plies:��������� "There ia no limit;''sir, upon1  tho timo you may preach; but thcra^.,  is a tradition here that no souls aro  saved after the first twonty minutes."  Scott's Einuision  i    i   11 i'  is a wonderful food-medicine for all ages of mankind. It will make the  delicate,sickly baby strong  and well���������will give the  pale, anemic girl - rosy  cheeks and rich, red blood.  It will put flesh on the  bones of the tired, over-  worked, thin man, and  wiil keep the aged man  or woman in condition to  resist colds or pneumonia  in the winter.  WOn SAUt ff* AIX PnOdfllMTt     ,  WMMUMMMMWM  Ota* IBs., asina si p*vr sm4 this *4. W ������*w  tHMUtirul ftsvlMsa U*������k an* OnlM'aftbwMiMtoofc.  lUafc tiaaV ������*fit������l|������������ ������ flfwwl 1,i|������M *im������jy  IMWallk������|jMs  pmmnmiimummim.  EB&tJ&F*  (kwfc  t  wta  W. N; II., No. 131,  ������������������''   "  ���������������������������*'      '*   ' ���������"*--��������� ^^^^^m^^m^m^M.  mm  1LJ S?<Sfe  BB  msm  RSB  \, n  -s  -.,  ������'     ,i     -t     '  f    ,-*>������������������ h ,i 1  ,    "        C        -    . ,     ir  :&&  m  my  liHvlvA  it:  THE -^SrlS^^y^f^:   REVIEW.  ���������a- yy ���������  I���������'v.*  mx  Kx  Um.  tl;fVS'y  ���������i-nty  a- ������������������?������������������ ���������-.  m  mm-  te  I  B:y  I;}y3  I'M-  fete  T.Ki:  US-  lite  I7  I  Ml:  fcf-i -  TVW;  'S.-  ������sy  ������������������P--K*   .-���������  h-  f  J-'*W  te*'.  If  life  ISA  BUT-  KJ!'  ���������fa  ���������y  I  I  i  m  lt.(  fa  Iii  I*'  1  II**  I  TJt.  PROFESSIONAL  JAS. H; SCHOFIELD  fire, Life anu Accident luSuiaaos  r  t  &&&  AY J.\yjaAW J  A V JLn-^  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  The REVIEW has the best Staff, best Plant and best Stock  In i&is Corner of the World to execute Orders for  TRAIL  Jj.W/.  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B.O.  LAND SURVEYOR AND   ARCHITECT  nans and Sgeoifloatioas  CRESTON -   ������������������'���������'.-���������     -  B.C.  r+^.^*^*0^^^^^m0mm^^ * ���������  J.  D. ANDERSON  __a _ ;a.  Bbztxsh   Columbia.   Land   Subvbtob  TRAIL  ������ ������>,C  OKELL, YOUNG & CO,  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -���������'���������'   -  We have $175,000 for investment in the  Creston District which we will loan in sums  of from $500 to $10,000 on improved or unimproved fruit lands, also on improved and  unimproved town propeity.  If you want capital to improve your land, caii  and see us for a loan.  Why pay rent when you can borrow money  through us to build your own home with.  Should you want to improve your business  property,  call and see us regarding terms on  a loan.  We have the money to invest.  lAhhsjAn  Mj  B.C.  5 wii;  Ave.  O. Bos 38.   Phone No. 73        CreStOtt, B.  %  MISS L. M. SCOTT  Trained Nurse, of Rathwell Hospital.  Manitoba.   Beady for engagements of  any kind.   Maternity a specialty.  Apply Miss li. M. Soott, general de  livery, Moyie, B. O.  GUY   LOWENBERG  OOHBULTINO   ENOINBEB  CRESTON  B.C.  R. GQWLAND SCkUiujn  A.L.A.A.  {Diploma London Assn. Accountants)  Auditor asp Aocoostastt  Balance sheets prepared ������ud verified  Books balanced, opened and closed  Partnerships and oompany auditing  CRESTON       -       -     B.v  -\S~_'-m. innj'.ri        _,-   ���������   ._        -|-|*|"|~~~*JI* "    -   ���������   ��������� ��������� ������������������*   ���������  ���������  CRESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  Frnit Lands, Town Property and Insurance  CRESTON  B.C.  *B     LOCAL ANB pjciSoOBi Ai>.     v  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������)���������*���������)���������������������������������������������������������������*������������������  Mr. Robert Stewart,  who purchased  a ten acre block of Fruit lands from  Mr. W. Winterstein, aud has moved  his family down from Fernie, and takei*  possession ot his naw home, has lost no  time in commencing the active improve  meat of his holdings, having already  got two acres cleared.   Mr. Stewart  ir  a substantial man,  and hi * household  effects   and furniture will arrive thir  week from the ooal town.   Settlers ol  this energetic nature are an asset to th������  ���������community, and the Be view welcomes  lit. Stewart and family to Creston.  Tha Wisler Tailor Shop has moveo  to the Store building formerly oconpied  by E. W. Byokman on Sirdar  Avenne  Mr.   Lidgate,  Barton home.  is   moving into th*  .   Work   on  the new Bank building,  ���������will be commenced on May let.  For Sale���������A seven room house, supplied with hoi; and oold water, centralis  looated on Viotoria Avenue. For pric������  and terms apply to Cartwright & Hyde.  Eriokson, B.O.  Dr. Henderson, will commence the  ���������erection of his new residence early in  May. Some of the material ia already  on tha ground.  Mr. Jackson reports ������ big rush of  orders tor frnit trees for this seasons  planting.  For Sale���������Eggs for hutching from  Martin's Famous Regal Strain of Wliite  Wyandottes. Two dollars per netting  of fifteen.   Mm. J. Boyd, P.O. Box 4.  This week, Mr. H. McCreath added  to his equipment a new dray, and the  same is already in active servies.  S. Trombley, as olearing several acres  of his ranch closo to the park.  Provinoial Oonstable Gunn. was seen  coming down from the depot, with a  bundle of currant bushes in custody,  and whioh are now safely planted in  |������ia araWIgn,  Otis Wisler, The Tailor, has some fine  samples of cloths in ail the latest aud  neatest spring patterns, and will be  pleased to show same.  For Bent.���������100 acres of land suitable  for Dairv. Poultry and Hog Farming  situated within 1J������ miles of five large  Mines.   House. Barn, eto.   Easy terms  Apply O. P. Hill. Hiiicresc Mines, Al-  oerta. 16-tf  The Ladies Auxilliary of the Presby-  rerirn Church, will meet at she home of  Mrs. M. Young, on Friday the 5th.  May next.  Miss JY Ramsey,sister of Mrs. Mallan-  iaine, will leave shortly for her home in  Vancouver.  Rev. <J. j. Greenlee is making his  teadquarters for the Summer at Ains-  vorth, and preaches at Proctor ever;  -eeond Snnday evening. He expects  '���������o visit his Creston friends again during  he summer.  For Sale.���������820 acres of crown-granted  excellent Fruit Land on Kootenay Lake,  Lot 913. Apply, C. P. Hill, Hillcrest  Vlines. Alberta 15-th  Andy Miller is at present engaged  ilearing and improving his ranch, he  nasalieady got five acres set ont with  rrees.  JT. Staoe Smith, is doing good work  <tumping his land.  Mr. MoMurtry ia rrpidly turning his  iand Into a oultivitated fruit ranch, by  he aid of   his big stumping machine.  JOhnrohil', who recently erected a  targe dwelling on bis land, has   uow  two aores stumped and is Betting out  rmt trees.  Eggs for Sale���������From thoroughbred  B. O. White Wyandottes. Good laying  strain. *1.60 a setting. J. Oook, Crer-  con.  For Sale or Bent���������Furnished or un-  furninhod, that moat beautiful property  lenown as "Douglas Villa," whioh over-  .ooks the Kootenay Valley, including  abont 6 aoros pf first olass fruit laud,  also about 0 acres of bench, suitable for  poultry farming. It is surrounded wltb  all kinds of shooting, fishing, boating,  and free grafting. Will soil at a sacrifice. Also othor fine blooks of land for  salo. Apply ownor, John Darbyebiro,  1312 Gladstone Avenne, Viotoria, B.O,  Notes From  Services Next Sunday.  Presbyterian Church  Services will be held iu the Presbyterian Churoh on Sunday next. Morning service, 11 a.m.; Evening service,  7:30 p.m. Sunday sohool at 10 a.m.  You are cordially invited to join onr  Bible Class  S. II  Sakkissian, Pastor.  IViethodist Church  Servioes  on   Sunday   next:  Sorvioo for Ohildren nt 11.00 a.m.  2 80 d m. Decision day in the Sunday  Sohool.  7 go p.m.   Evening Service,   including  sacrament of the Lords Supper.  F. J. Buthorford, Pastor.  RECENTLY OPENED  i ne oneap  uasn  our and Feed Store  THE LAST WORD FROM  THE FUTURE SHEFFIELD OF  CANADA.  his  Church of Sngland  Christ Ohurch  April SOth.  Seo ond Sunday after Easter  Matins, 11. a.m  Erioks-w Schoolhouse 3 p.m.  Evensong, Sermon 7 30 p.m-  ���������Sunday School 8. p.m.  Philip O. Hayman, Vicar.  Geo Hunt has nearly completed  tie contract for the O. P. B.  E, Miller, of the Kitchener General  Store, aud Mr. Bawles, contempliite  taking a vacation, aud hunting bear in  the White Grouse Country.  Guss Andeen of Cranbrook is building  a new hotel at Kitchener, which will be  a large substantial house, up-to-date in  (very respect, equipped with water  works and electric light.  Mr. Geo. Hunt is clearing his ranch  near t e townsite, and is planting out  fruit trees.  The reidents of Kitchener, are looking forward to securing the appropriations to finish the trunk road from  Kitohener to Goatfell, the Cranbrook  riding having received sufficient funds  to complete it to Goatfell this season.  Port Hil[ Notes  THE LATEST NEWS FROM  TKE TOWN ACROSS THE  LINE.  Our Stock is New and Fresh  Our Flour and Feed is the BEST.  Also Graham Flour, Oat Meal, Etc.  CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF  T. D.  flcPeak Block  unce  PROPRIETOR  Sirdar Avenue  ^wm?mmmmmmm?0  LOCAL AND PERSONAL  The Rev. Philip   C.   Hayman,  will  FOUND���������A piece to get my suit  cleaned, pressed and repaired, at the  Witter Clothing House.  Mr. J. Wilds ia improving his reiid<  ���������ace, siding tho honse and renewing  tke etmotnro.  Tho bridge aoroas tke ratine ia now  oompUted, it la otrer WO feet long* and  * vary creditable plec* of work.  Iftraiu.���������Mias Johnson is prepared to  take a limited number of pupils fov  tuition in musio. For term* apply to  J, E. JolSaMKW, iw������������.4#������w������ ow Viotoria  Avenaa,  Miaa Ella H Smith, daughter of Mr  Jacob Smith of tho Oity Bakery, arrived in town on Wednesday last, and will  assist her father in tho oonfootionory  store. At present Miss Smith is visiting at the home of Mr. O. P. Wislor.  LADIES  Tako notico that tho Wialor Tailor  Shop makes a epoolalty of cleaning and  repairing ladies garments, the fair sex  please note thlsfaot.  Tha Winterstein Banoh is beiug  rapidly Improved by its naw owner, and  uuaoras are already olaara*.  give a magic lantern entertainment in  the Alice Siding Schoolhouse on Monday May 1st. at 8 30p.m., also at Sirdar  Schoolhouse ou Wednesday May 3rd.  at 8.30p.m., no admission fee. Collection wiHrbs taken during-the- evening.  Mrs. H. Chapman, sister of Mrs. G.  M Gunn, who haB been visiting at the  Gunn home, returned to Moyie today.  She was aocompauied by Mi6s Ida Gunn  who will spend ' a short holiday in  Moyie.  Mr. Jack Boyd and family, have  moved into the cottage on Viotoria At,,  formerly occupied by J. A. Lidgate.  Mr. A. Mathieson had the misfortune  to lose several cords of cue firowoid on  l'hnrsday night, as the result of a fire  whioh fanned up during the night, and  burned up his wocd pilo.  Meals at all hours nt the Wigwam  Cafe on Fourth St., a short distance  from Sam Hatfield's Pool Boom.  For the neweBt lasts and porfeot fitting  shoes, see our line of flue shoos.   S. A.  Speers.  Guy Lowenberg is stumping his five  aoro blook Weat of town, tho work  bolng done by contract.  A.M. Todd, always to the fore when  hard development work ia doing, ia  turning hia twolvo acre plot into a  voritablo garden of Edon, ho has already got ttroo noros into first olnsa shdpo  ,Tho annual mooting of the Bast Koo-  tenoy Distriot, will bo held iu ifernie  ou Tuesday and WodueHduy, Mny 3rd.  and 4th. next, Methodist Ohuroh  Tho B. O, Mothodiat Oonforoiico,  wili meet in Van^onve-: on Wednesday  May nth., tbo Boy. Buthorford will  attoud, and Mr. H. G. Dixon will also  be present as tho representative of tho  Croston Circuit.  Mr, Hwbert, formerly of Now York  has been horo tha past fow days, looking  ovor the district with tho view of iuvos-  tlugiu fruit lands. Mr. Herbert left  yesterday for Nelson, and will return  iu a few days* when ho will likely cloao  an important deal.  At five oclock Wednesday afternoon,  fire broke out at the ranch of John  Washburn, tne large barn aad three  valuable horses were utterly consumes,  together with a quantity of valuable  machinery. At a conservative estimate  the loss will amount to $1500. Thu  origin of the fire is shrouded in mystery  bnt the flames had got a good start  before the fire v> as discovered, and only  by the most stienuous exeitions was the  fire got under, thanks to the assistance  of willing neighbours.  The Qrst automobile of the a ear passed  through Port Hill on Wednesday from  Spokana, bound for Creston. The car  contained fonr passengers and stopped  at Port Hill, to secure a supply of gasoline. If this motor party get into  Oreston it will be the first passenger  motor to reach town.  Considerable activity prevails at Port  Hill the ranchers are clearing large  tracts of laud, and the ranches are  being improved in appearance and  value daily.         If you want the best iu hatB, see our  line cf J. B.   Stetsons, direct from the  fuotory, S A. Speers.  |vvigwctiii  ^.areg  ������ Recently Opened  First - Class Short   Order   Restaurant  * - -* *   * ��������� *    *     '   * *   ��������� ��������� i . -   i    .i... i ^  Meals at all Hours. Ladies are invited to our Afternoon  Teas, which we make -a specialty of. Our Cookit������g is  Superb.       NO CHINESE HELP ON THE PREMISES  E. F. PLATT, JRrQp.  Spring is Here!  Get your home or store  re-painted and keep up  with the times  . . '��������� ���������       '   r  We are also expert sign  and house decorators  m. C.   Wisler  Sirdar e&>enue  sO *���������  I stoves  Call and inspect our line of  stoves and ranges. Cook  stoves to suit, any price, our.  stocks of tinsmith and plumbing goods are complete, our  prices are right, and we guarantee our work. Call and see  us when wanting anything in  these lines  ^ EdeF^ohnsqnt, tinsmith and Clumber %  ���������   4th Street CRESTON & C.. Phont SS ���������  mi&Beattv  CRANBROOK - B.O,  Tha  Funeral Director  mmmmmmmm  The Riverside Narser gst  .',.,.-    .,   * . , it,  Grand Forks  B.C.  Is tho NEAREST NURSERY to the ORESTON DISTRICT  Stook arrives in FRESH, HEALTHY CONDITION  For Prices, eco., write to���������  WALTER V. JAcksONa Agcut^  eston, B.C*  ')!  ���������  ���������xil  w  \^feston Lumber  wnumm  Complete     Stock   of  ROUGH   and  DRESSED  LUMBER  truus  SUN  Prompt (Attention Satisfaction GuArmteeo  Let us Figure with youon that Building  t>  2������.a BOX 24  CRESTON, B.C  \mmm  jij:  ���������II  ���������  ssHL.  /���������" ;,/i^<U'i������^'. ,;  ,*.���������������.   ���������*>'*������������������������-'.������*

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