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 flfflfllflfl7^^  Wim^^mwmmt;m:x������M  rAS^l;}|^^S^Sy-^A|f.  lD>lS^tGT;:;y;vf-'  AH Roads in East arid West Kootenay Lead to Creston  IPs iP* r^"'rr? jT^v  ^JiNKtlVlhVV  i  SSNT TO AKV   S  ADDRESS FOR  #2.00 A YEAR  Nol 37   ' 3RD Year.  CREST.ON,  B.C., FRIDAY.  APRIL 21 1911  Single Copjiss 5c  buvina of  *5SB'.*'������^-:'  T/TDZ7 r?JT,]i r^  Wise buying of anything, consists in getting the best possible  Value for your money   :  i  The " Peerless "woven wire fence, made by the  Ban well-Hoxie Wire Fence Co., has the qualities of  kjkjkju   w-\.sisj\^juUN(j LirE  wtw     w v-^ \^r 4m*r    JL*\*rK*SJ.\e������J  \ s  Call and see our samples  of  these  lines,   which   l&itt  be  to  your advantage  ADDITIONAL LOCALS   *   It is with the greatest pleasure we  publish the information, that Mrs  Darbyshire, whose many smart parties  did so much towards iivemng up social  doings during her residence in, Oreston,  is shortly returning to Douglas Villa,  where she intends to make her permanent home Mrs. Da'rbyshire expects to  reach Oreston about the middle of Mey  The New  Land Lawsj  <B������/  S. A. SPEERS,  $������������������������������������������������$>������ee!  l-VVVWvVWCPVQa^l^s^s^alC  Pleasant  air  SOCIAL AT PRES3YTERSAN  MANSE.   J. J. GREENLEE  THE QUEST OF HONOR.  ( -i-i   Upwards of 25 "guc6ts������, gathered at  the Presbyterian" Manse oiinTuesday  evdaiug, to "meet tho former pastor of  the Presbyterian Church Rev. J. J.'  Greenlee, who has B*.opj>ed off at Oreston  fer a few days to greet -some of his old   actiuaintences.    ere   Drooeedine  to his.  sphero of duty among tne n^w- emigre-.  1 gmlous'aloojf ihoTtooteiilay 3'iie..  f    Parlour Games, '  ruasical *> items   by   ' mmy of the gutsts, and 'hoiixe fine   se-  MPJ !s-*tions on 'the gramatihone. kindly  ������������������*. provided by Mr.* W. McBean, were  Hi featured of the evening, whilst at intervals dainty refreshments were served.  The   party, broke up at 11.30 p.m.  Irilliant  Society  lance  CRESTON K. OF P.. HOSTS  LAST DANCE OF SEASON.  SOUNDS OF .REVELRY BY  NIGHT.  Parties winting choice seed potatoes  should   note    that     the     " Corinal''  1, the  " Dowley " and " I'-ish Cobbler "  varieties of potatoes, may be obtained j  ' from Mr. Geo Oartwright if spoken for  in time.   The " Irish Gobbler " is two  , weeks   earlier than any other potato  grows is iho ������S������s������.  Spring is Here!  Get your home or store,  re-pa iu ted and keep up  iHertiines  We are also expert sign J  juid house decorators  mc. W  Sttdar cfltoenue  The K. of P. hava tieen the hosts at  many delightful soci^f functions doling  thepiisfc Winter," and'they wound op  the season iu a bhtze of triumph by entertaining their friejuds and members  at a grauct ball on Easter Monday even-  The Lodge room'-*Was prettily decorat-  ed, and thu guests, coixipn&uig moBt ot  the prominent fcocialfiguies oi the valley  to tne number uf upwards of 100, had  a most enjoyable evening. Professor  eJniytho of ALoyie, ab.y supported by  All's. Foster who is a musician of a iaoie  than local reputation, provided the  music, being* relieved by a capable  volunteer iu the persou of Mrs. Downs,  a recent valuable addition to Creston  mnsioal circles.  At 12 p, m. the guests partook of a  light anpper after whioh the danoiog  waa resumed until abont 3 a.m. ~ The  dance waa a complete success, and a  fitting close to the Winter Social Season  In order to make the emigrants well  acquainted with conditions in. Western  Canada, the C. P. R. hns arranged for  moving picture performances on the  through, emigrant trains. Views ot  farms and cities in the west are to be  given and an opportunity afforded the  intending settlers of selecting des ina-  tions whilo on tho way through Canada.  At present moving picture machines  ore operated on pruotloally all of tho  trans* Atlautio ships carrying colonists  to Canada.  ,. Frank Putnam is clearing 18 acres of  his forty on the-Ericl-eon rond will seed  same down to oloyor.  Mr. Wins low  Jn^ Creston  PROVINCIAL EXPERT HAS  MATTERS OF IMPORTANCE,  TO DISCUSS WITH LOCAL  FRUIT  GROWERS. V r  __*.  Monls at nil hours at tho Wigwam  i To on Fourth St, a ohorfc  ttom Sum Hatfield's pool room.  Mr. R. M. Wiaslow, who reached  Nelson on Monday evening, arrives in  Creston this week-end, for the purpose  of talking over matters generally pertaining to the fruit industry, with the  growers. luv&rvlewed apeciawy by the  Review Representative, Mr. Winslow  gave some interesting information re  the progress of tho fruit industry.  * Among other things, the provincial  horticulturist atated that lust year thb  Kooteuay District shipped '35 cars ol  trait, and that this *> ear the quantity  would be doubled. Mr. WinslbwA'wab  of opinion that should the reciprocity  agreement become law, it would effect  tbe small fruit grower most, tl at is the  harry grower, and the  small grower.  The Juepartment of agriculture are  appointing three Assistant Horticulturists fox the proviuoe, and Mr,  Winslow will have the assistance) ot  these new men, and will be responaibl  for tha iiinJEuCiiyu oi   the new officials  Oue of these new men will likely be  allotted to the Kootenay district,' to  assist Mr: M, S. Middleton, Aast. Pro v.  Horticulturist for the Kooteuays,  About the end of April, Mr, Winslow  will proceed to the Bkeoua River, to  assist with the m itallutiou of a large  experimental orchard, which the Govi.  is planting iu thut Northern region;  Mr. Winslow ojepuots to take the first  passenger train'from Prince Rupert to  Copper River, on May 7'h nest. The  genial Provinoial Horticulturist is most  optlmistio regarding the future ot the  fruit industry In the prumier provinoo  y   pnami    11   i  THE COAL STRIKE  The Creston Fruitgrowers Assn. met  in the old schoolhouse on Good Friday  evening. There was only a very moderate attendance, and after the minutes  of the previous meeting had been  diBounsed aud were dispored of, the  adjournment was adopted.  The Creston-Erickson Ride Assn held  their first shoot of the season, on Good  Friday, some seven members putting in  an appearance. There was a gusty  baffling wind and this coupled with  the fact that the marksmen have not  yet got into this seasons bullseye stride,  was responsible for the low scores.  Alex. Dnperry was at the top of the  score sheet, and several others fought  for the tail end position. After thia  preliminary canter, 'the olnb will get  down to serious business and tho full  seasons programme \yill be commenced.  The popular Sirdar Schoolmaster, was  s.ii Easier visiter to Creston.  t  R. Gowland Soruton A. L. A. A.,  has been favored with a copy of the  bill governing the registration of Professional Accountants, introduced into  the Imperial House of Commons by Mr  Money,, and supported by F. E. Smith  Sir Goo. 'White, and other prominent  professional men on both sides of tbe  House. The bill provides for the ��������� Gov.  recogni'J:di^,and registration,of .the ,ineus&(.  heirs of the profession; and striotly  defines such, as those������, being bona-fido  members of the Institute of Chartered  Accountants, the Lor-dcs. Association  of x\ccountants, and four other specified  Professional bodies.  Mr. Scruton is a member of tbe L. A.  A., and our readers may be interested  co know that as such, and as a member  of the Institute of Journalists, the Editor of the Review is a man not without  repute in his native land.  Victoria,  B.  C, April 11���������Aa important change in tihe land policy of  ������ho government -is onrysrcaiized in an  order in council passed i&it a special  meeting of tihe executive recently.  In������  substance the effect  of the new order ia to increase the price of   land  '-classified <as second class from $2.50  to   $5    per   acre, erad x&at of first  class    land   from.   $5  to    $10.   The  new scale of prioes will prewvil from  the ibeginning   of  the pro'vfaici&l fiscal  year,  tnat  ie  in respect of oil  pending1    applications     not1   already  I passed   at   . th&    old    standard    of  prioes.   -  In <addition to -thus amending the  schedule of prices for crown lend,  tihe government ia also doubling? the  fee to . purchasers of land survejuod  ciy the crown, the ohaffge hereafter  toeing 50 cents per acre in place of  2 cents as heretofore charged.  There will <bo no increase In the  acreage survey charge to ppe-emp-  tors. whose position,in other respects    remains  Theft is, pre-emiptors will1 continue  to acquire lands under old conditions and at the old price cuud to en*  joy the advianteg������ of entering" upon  amd tak ng* up lands within the various reserves, closed as against in-  "ceators*  In addition to increasing the sale  prioes of public lands the -government  et today's council meeting decided  to place under reserve fronu eilieoa-  tiop. otherwise titan oy pre-emption,  all of the crown lands dnclutied iu  the Cariboo, LrillooSt and KJaanioopo  divisions of th������ Yale - district, the  territory thus withdrawn from, market extending from. ��������� but a little  above the 50th parallel of north  latitude to tho northern provincial  ���������boundary, ten degrees further north,  or an area roughly comprising' from  Joetd aiLmost ���������imnxedia/telv with the-  systematic surveying of the lends  | contained in the various existing  t reserves, these lands) as surveys are  completed on particular sections  w reasonably in touch with present or  {prospective transpcrrt-atixm facilities  - being froin time to tinacptaeadB on <  the market as the demand and conditions generally justify. Tihe go'venp  ment in this connection is considering- UtQ aidvisalbllty of adopting* the  sale -by auction) system and! <ftt is  quite,possible that en experiment in  this direction may be tried before  fobe present season Ivas casus to -a  close.  ENGLISH CHURCH SOCIAL  The Chnroh of England sooial, held  ia the Hercaatilo Hall on April 20th.  was a arreat siseossa,     ^ha   eTSslsrg'g  s&tertaissasut, iaeladed mnsioal ������������������lections   by Mrs. Oowna, Mrs! Lidgate,  Mrs. Lindley, and1 was Ella Dow, while  Messrs Murdoch and Oallender rendered  in fine style.some of the humourous  . pieceB immortalised: ay Harry Lander  unaltered as well.*,,,* the Rev,  Hsyman was heard at  his best in " Littia.tin aoldier," all the  artists being euthasiastlcally oacored.  Mr-i.   Jsrieys waxworks,    in   which  many well known Oreatonites figured;  was something new for a localaadienoe,  t*ta    paatimicne,   was   a     weloome  ohango-f rom tha usual ran of song and  reoitation, and " The three yonng maids  of Lee,*' iu the persons of the Hisses  Arrowsmith, Dow, and Gilpin, acqaitt-  ed themselves with credit,  A substantial sum was realised for  the Ohuroh Funds. ���������  PUBLIO NOT3CE  In compliance with the Health Aot, |  every housholder or owner, is hereby  notiiled that he must clean up the lots  or premises owned or occupied by hi.n  burn up all rubbish, and bury or otherwise remove all cans eto.  Geo, M. Gnnn  Sanitary Is  oaie-qiKirter to one third the total  area of the province. " There a*e of  course, in. this -immense territory of  50,000,000 ^crees, .more or lose, some  isola*e*!P- areas "of "farad alreadyVdte-^  posed' of or staked ior purchase under pending' applications' which." will  not be affected by the declared re-  , serve or by the present- nsvisics. cf  ' Hand policy except in so Jar as pur-  cih-asers wall be required to pay for  theii* properties &% the new instead  of the old. acreage scale.  British Columbia.       properties,  throughout the length end breadth  of the province have materially increased in' Value during- the past decade. 'Advancing' railway construction and road building- make them  more valuable daily. As asseto, the  same conditions as to augmentation  of values apply to tihe public lands  of British Columbia) as to' tihe lands  in tbe hands of the kunge holding!  companies, suoh as the Hudson's  Bay Co., and the Canadian Pacific  railway. All tfcesa great cempaaics  ���������hiave laterly materially increased  thoir prices in a muoh greater pro-  mn-nnl'Mii*  If  Tho official list; of union mon   at  , the   coxapa    affeoted is) as follows;  0'il'e on Fourth Sb, ft ohorfc distanoo g^mio,   14O0; Hosmer, 4BO; Miohol,  ��������� 1080-     Colouwun,   SiSO;     liillo, 200;       Fwiik,    -300    (there   aro    8^.^on.  A ��������� ''^x'^^^- '^im-m.iXjL'''-workltiifl: In this miine aMogot&^r;)  .���������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������^������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������^ Bellovuo, aqO; Hillcrest, 900*' Mlaplo'  *'''���������������������������      ' ~ L������af. 48; .Pasabur^r,,^;. Royal OolK  iorlos, (Lethbridffie) ,80 X^YJbrkiBci,  400 (thoro: aro 200 non-union mon  Banlcd-cod, a80; rHaimowd Oi|ty, .iTO;  workflng- hero ia1������w>); Ornnrnmoro, 200;  f, Bonkhoaitl,   880;   Diamond  Oity,  70;  ��������� .Bliulrmoro 100;    (Uwyii> aji** 141 men  fjon tho     pnyrolls   hiore this month,  ��������� eonBOfiuontly a, good proportloa laipo  not unlonlzod); Burmlo, 40.  This makos a total of aibout 0000  mon, ' Jncludlng-  Wio noh-nnilJoni wptn  that    aro   taVon   out)    with1 cloalnff  J down worklnga, the total will roach  ������ noarly 7000.  White liwn suits cleaned  same as new. Years of  experience in this kind of  work ensures best results  bring db\v n thai, light  jacket, waijt or suit> and  we will do the rctfty  ientlemen  We clean hats, ties, fancy  vests light suits etc., and  bring them back to the  color and appearance of  new good.". Dout run  chances by sending your,  garments to the  laundry.  Oan supply Senator Dunlop Strawberry plants, from the Rellaa* Strain of  pedigree plants, price *io per thousand  F. O. B. Wyndell station.  Monrad Wigon,  Wvndell, B. c.  LOCAVL AND PERSONAL  lit. Frank Knott and family,, wish to  r- , r  thank their .many friends, for their  sympathy and practical help *��������� sh*w������  to them on theocoaeion of *lh>, destmcT  tion of the Knott homo, by the recent  ���������fire, and through the oohaaaas of *h������  Review, they tender this expression of  their appreciation of the many kindnesses extended to them by their generous neighbours - nnd friends of the  Creston Valley.  A laughable.inoident occurred at the  drag store on Wednesday evening at  about 7 30 when ono of R. M. Reid's  hens wa)ke$ into the store and flew  into the window, and by a coincidence  landed " amongst tho International  Poultry Food* This may seemyltko au  advertisement but is not, as the abovo  actually occurred.  "  In the outskirts of Peterson, N.J.,  is o. small chapel witb the unique  naime   "Gates,   ot   Heaven." A sign  portion than mark* tho present ad- hsMn..Mltr ^ wmM lo ^ ^^ 4mM������"t  %-^anco    in   t*e    prlceo of provincial  !^wJ������l ^ *  crown     lands.      To h.M +^1,^. .���������������.. 1 '*?��������� ������>������"di!iug.  Now that the pastor bss goao on  crown lands. To havo taken any  other action than to keep crown  lands on a l-ensonaiblo parity of  ���������value with loads iu tho hands of  such groat holding* companies w>uid  obviously mark a laxity on the part  of the government of Its recognition  of its i*osponfl*bility as custodian cf  tho people's heritage.  It ia understood1   to bo   tho inte*i-  tion of tho minister of lands to p: c-  hie vacation another   sign baa boen  placed usdsr th������ first.   Hers is whs  the passerby reads-.  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKX  x .'���������' .���������'..'���������;. ,,:x  X Oatea of Heaven X  "X"     \a' '.':"'������������������' ��������� ��������� v'x  X Oloflod Por Summer Months X  X , .      ... .  X  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX3WCXXXX  r^.v,^     Now'������ A^h* Time Of Year To Do Your A  PAINTING PAPERHAN01NQ and DEC(>RiVI*ING  Njp^fililor  Telephone Number 64  r  i  ; |tor Bale.���������Q20 aoros nf orown-iwHitoi-j  Ijoxcolient Fruit Land on Konteimy Lnlio,  Lot 018.   Ar-ply. C. P.'Hill, Hillcrest  , Mines, Alherta t IC-th  Mr. ,r. Gulniond, lata l>ook>keepor for  ��������� 2 ihe Canyon Oity Lumber Co., left ou  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-^a������i^ao^000������a440a#04a������^44aaat todays train for Rovolstoke.  We handle the celebrated line eff  lead  " ' ' J ���������  Varnishes  linseed oil  (Bollod or raw )  Stains  and Decotints  Paints  4  .  Floorlaes  '���������wynmnwnjwpjiii  !  t  Our new !ine of wallpapers  ������   Including: Walls, ceilings and Borders, U expected te arrive next wtek.  ton Mercantile Goe,Ld  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������#���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������#������������������������������������������������������  I  ���������  I  I  I  I  ���������^.'<(..,  mmmmtlmlmmmm  ���������;-,'['M$te>!&Mf"&>,  . ���������'������������������i-aV -,������������������������������������*:'��������� ..'**'"'.v * -^t.;* ;.��������� vf'S.v'f/j './*'  V*Y.������'  ��������� v::yj^g������*PKM>!������*y  ^t^������.'.'������fklf*. VI j ���������. <��������� ..)j... ������������������ ..I.!.'  , THE   CRESTON,    B.  C,    BEVIEW.
Efficient Work of Toronto man Has
Been In a Large Measure Responsible" 'For Success' off Many ' Public
Ventures-���Was' Born A. ..In England
and Came to Canada Half a Century Ago.        ... i y.. ���
Noel Marshall, who has been selected by the Government as a member
of the new Prison Parole Board," is a
typical progressive business man of
the Queen City ��� with wide experience.
He has been connected for over 40
years With the fuel industry in that,
city, nis diligent and determined industry and honest business methods
have built up in these long years a
great business and as a bright and
brainy.' business . man his ^knowledge
and experience will be valuable to
the new Parole Board, which will have
a   very    important    and.   responsible
'*'V" NOELmass^i^'""'a. I
fork ahead of itV MrA i&arshali w-a?
born inyLohdoh, Eng.; and has been
a resident oi Xyrunto for fifty vears. j
On April r, 1870; Mr. Marshall enrer- V
ed the employ oi George Chaffey Bro- j
thers, coal iugrc;hants, and in IS*S, In ���
conjunction "with Sir William Mac- ;
kenzie, he purchased a controlling in- V
terest in the C. i. Smith Gof* Co.. >
which in 1891 was changed to the i
Standard Fuel CoC of which he is \
president.^ His success has beeu ex- \
ceptional -and it h&s';' laid the fburida- j
tion for imany financial affiliations of t
importance. He is a director of the j
Sterling Bank of - Canada, and is a I
prominent official in several of the i
big industries of the'Dominion. ;
He   has   been   warden   of   St.   Mat- i
thew's Anglican-Church for 25 years \
arid in politics he has taken an ac- ;
tive interest in 'the local activities of j
the Conservative party in the Queen j
City.    Whatever looks to the advance- j
ment of'Toronto 'finds "a  friend  and I
advocate  in   Mr.   Marshall,  and   not- i
withstanding   his   numerous   business
concerns calling for his personal supervision he devotes much time to useful work'in~-connection  with  a number  of   charitable .undertakings.     He
looks  upon   his  duties  seriously  aud
assumes the full responsibility of doing his full share of the work in connection with every board of which he
is a member A  The success of the exhibition, of the Open Air Horse Show,
ond the Ontario Motor League are in
no .small measure due to his activity
ond  executive, capacity.    In  all   his
varied business activities he. is a real
director and his financial acumenha.*
been of great value to a large number
of   Toronto    institutions    both   of   a
charitable and a public nature.
Whilst   Lord   Archibald   Campbell
was at Eton, he and his elder brother,
the Duke,..of .Argyll, and "Lord Ronald
Gower  were  commanded 'to  Windsor
by Queen Victoria!   Her Majesty turned  to   Lord   Gower   and   asked   what
form   he   was' in';    "In   the"  fourth,
ma'am,"   he   replied.     She   put   the.
same question to Lord Lome, and re-
ceived the same answer.    "And what
form  are; you  in,  Archie?" Her Ma-,
eense,'   mi'am."   he    replied.     The
Queen    was . puzzled..     She    repeated      the      question.        "Nonsense,"
ccpeatfd   Lord   Archibald,   unabashed.     Eventually    it   was   explained
that "Nonsense kywaa realty the name,
of  the  form,  to  distinguish   it" froni
the "Sense" form, the difference between the two being that in the lnrt-V
ter   the/-..Latin  verses   had   to 'mako
sense, aud   in  the forme/* 4bor bays,
might write nonscosor.Rb long as it
'i ���������_.
Queer People Finding Homes In the
u Big   Cities.
"Canada for  the Canadians'*  may
be  an   excellent slogan  for  political
meetings, but perhaps "Canadians for
Canada" should prove an even better
rallying cry, whether we take it as *��
sermon in a nutshell on true patriotism and altruism, or apply it to tho
"consideration of the mighty streara.of
immigrants  pouring in atv our'gates.
In  these   multitudes   from .east  and
west   and   south  We   are   unquestionably A getting population AiOr our vast
empty  acres; Abut SareV we .-, getting, at
least potentially, "Canadians for Canada"?   In our dealings with 'the new- j
comers' are  we  taking  pains  to' euy
sure   that   ultimately   they,y shall ybe]
"Canadians for Canada," and, not Aa
mere   incoherent  mob   of   alien  peoples?   ' XX,XyyX Y::."Xy.  -;. yAVyy.Ayy
Every where thro iighout the dominion,  alikie  in  eastAand west, this' is
the insistent proble'myof our time:  -
The big cities are face to face with
the problem.   They are fast becoming
cosmopolitah-T-cities of little, "foreign
quarters,"   where  immigrants of..one
race  can   cling   together   and   retain"
for  yetars  tbeir  peculiar  speech and
customs, hot at all to the advantage
of  the  community  as a: whole.    We
of the Englishtongue feel mild curiosity,  or  perhaps a  little repulsion,
when  we. are  jostled  in .streets  an<|
cars byA people whose rapid .speech is
to* our   ears   unmeaning,   and.   as xa
rule, we escape quickly froin contact
with tHeni and leave them to strugg:a
oh  afe  they can.  making jor marring
this newscountry as may chance.-   .
A  IJnless our attention has b^en called  specially  to  the  foreigners,   it is
not easy, to, realise  what .multitudes
of them have recently settled in our
midst.    Jews and Italians in Toronto,
forVinstarice; n��ay be counted! by thousands, and the group from the Balkan
Peninsula (Turks, Roumanians. Servians',   Bulgarians  and    Macedonians)
numbers over  fifteen hundred souls.
They are chiefly of the peasant clas^,
working as laborers, though amongst
them have come a*few tradesmen and
a   lew   students,   who   are   attending
various   schools   and colleges.      The
great majority are illiterate, andhave-
!'��� been  brought  up ih a religious aud
\  political   atmosphere    very    different
i   from   our   own. ���," It'. is. .th^retore,   up
easy   matter   to   bridge   the  dividing
gull between " them   and   us,   and  at
.times  these   immigrants   must   suffer
grievously   from   the   effects   on   Ol&r
Tgnarances and their own./
Some of the small houses on, Eastern  avenue  are  crowded  witb   Mace-
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War-Tinnp Secret Lurks In an Ontario
���   . Marsh.
Many and varied are the stories oi
lost treasures. It would seem almost that in all the earlier settled
districts of Ontario there are treasures buried to find which would mean
eternal opulence to the fortunate
finder. Many of theseA-M��riesyare
undoubtedly myths, but it is equally
true that a goodly number are based
upon more or less authentic facts, so
that a story of a lost treasure that in
itself evidences a considerable degree
of reasonableness,���. and isVsubstantiated by material evidence and thp word
of people yet living, may not be uninteresting:' AV '.Xy:
y About midway between the tqwns
of. Oshawa and Whitby; onv the north
shore, of Lake: Ontario,; is y situated
what appears at the present ;tin��eyto
be nothing more thaii "a bleiafc, barren,
marsh, with its uninvitiug bogs> a[iid
dense overgrowth of rushes and vegts
tation peculiar to Vsuch places, y. IV
was hot always thus, however, toe
many years ago this same areaA;was
a body, of water of considerable depth,
being in reality a bay of the lake*
The story goes: that during the w��V
with': the "United States In 1813 tha
bay afforded shelter to a Canadian
schooner while engaged in carry gold
* specie from Kingston for the .pay ol
the militia stationed at York,,-ATh��;
vessel waij sailing, up the ; lakN) 'before
a brisk sou'easter late in the afternoon of a September day-in thoV year
lSt3. and/when a few miles west ol
OshawayharbOr it sighted an AriiPri-
can boat, one of the..pirate'; ty pi? that
were prevalent on theA>greats- lak-?s
during the war and wrought havoc
with Canadian vessels; l;TheV capiat ii
knew the. coast fairly well, and he
iroiuediately thought of the bay af a
means of escape, reckoning that'; the
American . boat, being ot greater:
draught, would be unable to navigate
the comparatively shallow entrance.
With all haste he, put into the bay,
aiid his surmise proved to, be correct,'
for, while ho was able to work up
the bay till.jhe was a considerable: distance from the lake, the gunboat, by
reason qf ��� its draught, was unable to
enter. Not to be daunted, the Americans stood off as close to thesv shore
as they dared and commenced toVboni-:
bardA the Canadian boat. The captain, fearing lest they might land and
attack him on shore, thought it best
to unload his cargo and endeavor to
conceal it in the woods back from
the shore. The "task was extremely
arduous   because-'of  the- absence  of
donians.   who    work .with  pick  and > any semblance __ of a dock,: involving
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farmer, two characteristics should be
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performance nnd constitution* or vitality, and after these beauty and
symmetry of form. The history of
this new American breed���the Columbian���breeders of dairy cattle will do
well to study closely and learn its lessons. Ahout thirty years ago Anson
Gregory was keeping u h��?rd of native
cattle on his farm lu, Otsego "county,
X \*. He noticed that one cow in his
herd gave more and richer milk than
tho others, and he raised her heifer
calves year after year. Mr. Gregory
wanted a slro from n .different herd,
aud lie bought a line back, its dam being his neighbor's best cow. Mr. Gregory's/best -cow was'bred ,to the line
back bull for several 'years and a
strain of line back cattle was estab-
M r.  G regory's two ���_ sous  were now
grown to manhood, and they took up
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A new distinctive breed ot Afnert-
can dairy cattle has been named
the Columbian. The bull shown
herewith. Miles Standtsh. Is owned
by F. L. Gregory. Otsego county,
N. Y.. whose father originated the
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! Th'e Oldest City.
Tho city with the longest continuous history ,is Damascus. It was a
ploco bf considerable importance
away hack in the time oT"*Abr1tlfHi.
1000 beforo Christ. Ha actual, found ai
tion la 'lost In antiquity'. Nobody
knows when'Damascus did not exist.
It iii possible that there were cities
in Babylonia or Egypt before the
Syrian mvtropolin arose, but we know
nothing about them. The old Syrian
town to-day haa n population of aomo
200.000. is the centre of a Aha trade
and still. morits its famo of being
one of the most beautiful places on
New   Use   For   a   Crypt.
Rev. C. H. Chord, roctor of Spit>
alfieldH, England, han converted the
crypt of hia church into a Ntoro whero
poor people whom-' homa* nro broken
up may, depoait their furniture free
of charge until they are in n position
to set up hou��c aenin. ' At present tho
crypt is full of furniture.
The Tempsreturs.
"Why do you watch the tht-rmomo-
t*r on .the wail no cloudyf' queried
th����  invalid.
"neeeuiif\"   r��pli��d   tho    untrninivl
nur��e, "the^doctor aaid if tho Uunpero*,
tare got Utiy' Wlghfr  1   ��m  to give'
you another doae of quinine."
shovel lill ihe irost torcei therhAto
be idle. Sot all become destitute, but (
they live miserably. A�� many aa
seventy herd together in one small
house, sleeping in?rows on mattresses
picked up ��r<>m "the dutap." cocking
in the little yards; on/ ru-e fireplaces
built, of loose bricks, tearing out the
woodwork of thei old houses when iu
desperate straits for Iue\, but generally behaving themselves with due regard to law and order " as represented in ifcc person :oi a syaipathetic
and benevolently-disposed police^ofB.-
cer on the beat,, who listens patiently
to their eSorts, at English and is at
pains to pick up something ot their
tongue. Ocoasionally, when one of
them is in luck's way, they get in a
barrel of lager beer ;and try To lorget
their troubles in/*a carousal. At such
times theA whim may seize them to
turn out from theV suffocating, overcrowded houses into'the clear, starlit
night, and then; hand in hand, they
will circle: round like children in
some strange dance of their far-distant native land;; breaking the stillness with weird songs, and the thumph
ing of. their heavy boots, on .the old
wooden sidewalks.. But two year* ago
the situation grew desperate. Helpless from their inability'to' communicate with those about them, work for
them was not to be had, in a season
when at ;the best there is little de-.I
(hand for. unskilled labor,' and at
length the authorities deported a
large number; of them. '
A Veteran Councillor.
Fitzrby Township,, "in ' Carleton
County, claims the honor' of having
the oldeist municipal servant' in Canada from the point of service. The
distinction belongs to Reeve' Charles
Mohr, who is just entering, .upon hia
43rd year as a member of the County
There was a time, when . "Charlie'.'
Mohr,   as   his   associates ' and   intimates call him, had to battle for supremacy at tho polls, but on account
xoisljift.-yjong record .thes,electorate ;in
IPilirby deem it a' ���privilege to return
the   veteran   Teevo   by   acclamation.
Theret; is occasional trill* ��� about opposition, but it la only in'jest.   Reove
Mohrrhas boon so long in the saddle
that no one dreams bf contesting hia
election, and if they did tho support
acoorded  would  scarcely make  up a
oorporul's guard., The township tnko4
more pride "perhaps'out of tho reeve'a
record than Mr, Mohr himsolf.
No CAunty Council soasion would bo
ylcomplete  withoiit tho  Fltxroy .repro-
Aflcntative.    KUvigenial   countennnca
I'.dndV'.storllUBvchafact'er mako his proa.
6nco  ovor   wclcdmo.     And   when   it
, comes to rulea and rogulationa he ia
the authority .of Inst r.caort,     Dosj;ito
his  ago,  Rcovc   Mohr is  one ol  thrt
moat activo mombors of tho council,
and  the   warden's   annual    banquet
never winds up without nis partici*
potion in "Aula Lang Sync," no matu
tor how lato the hour.
For Heavy Eaters>
Domestic science seems to bo eonv
Ing to its own in tho school* and col*
legcn, but still some big husky men
oxproas a preteranc�� for tho "old-ta��H<
lonnd home eobking." And lt'�� lncl<
donts Uko tho following thnt maM
them poke fun at tho new order in
cooking: In a Western Ontario city u
girl who wan giving tho city its Hrsl
tiiHto of domDiitic science teaching wot
very pnthuduHtic over hor work in
tlio aohoolfl. Ono evoning she said
to tho group about tho boardlng-houai
table, "UauaJly I givo,the children
halt an oge eaoh for cooking pur��
po*oM. Toiifiy I had only half tic
usual supply, bui tlie children madM
" thi* outftftt Hltlo quarter-ogg omelette*
you could wish lo ieo.'*
the necessity of carrying the gold in
small boats as far inshore as "possible,
and shouldering it the remainder ot
the distance over the bog and uncertain footing which old stumps and
sunken logs provided.���"..-...:
By dint of perseverance inspired
by the momentary feat of assault at
the hands of the enemy, the task -was
finally accomplished a.ndthe treasure
temporarily secured *\n concealmet'i t.
Darkness began to fall over the land,.
which added security to their position,
since it afforded more complete poii-
cealment,and because oi the fact that
the Americans, when there was: insufficient, light, to enable them to direct their y fire, . simply sailedvaway,'
to the great delight of the defehcelesi
Canadians. Anxious to reach. York!
and- the protection of its fort, as soon
as they felt assured that the enemy
had abandoned the attack, they; began the work of reloading preparatory to continuing their voyage.;. It
is not hard to believe that -the Jtask
was most difficult, considering -that
all was absolute darkness by iiow; and
the nature of tlie groand oyer which
they had to Car ry; the kegs of gold,
nor is it at all .improbable that,, as
the story goes;'1 One of ' the kegs; was
dropped during the'handling from the
small boat up -.', to the; Vside of; the
schooner. Means were not at hand to
recover it, and indeed had they.4>09*.;
sessed facilities it might 'Have been
impossible to locate it arid extricate it
from the mucky bottom ,of the little,
bay. So, having finished loading,
they weighed anchor and were soou
glad to be once more on the open lake'
..and on a fair way to a place of safety.
Chiefly   through  one  of   the  crew,
who  was. on,.the .spot and saw- the
keg drop/into ^he water, a William.
McGann, has the story beeh handed-
down.   Tho bay has been long since:
emptied of water by. reason of the low-i
ering of Luke Ontario and the deposit'
of sediment, but it is not known that1
tho treasure has ever been recovered.;
Many have sought In vain ond somo||
hove mado: the spot the mecca of.^theiri
financial i^pefegririations.     Divining,
rods and various devices have beon
used  in the omleavor, and  the  appearance presented by many of theso
.troasurejhunterB Working in tho light
of a lantern at. the dead of night is
extremely1  ghost-liko.    A  number  of
cannon . balls  havo  beon  picked  up
in the" vicinity, both by thoso engage
cd in thoquoBt and. by farmers working in the fields noarby, but the nosV
of tho sandBnipo.or the piping curlew;'
Ib moro apt to bo encountered than!
thtf *4j'ow tipiubijiioraod treasuro of war'
Umds^ "t;\   'y���X y, 'y    ..���, ;
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���Tossing Bouquets.
1" Prominolit' among tho loaders oi the
rocont farmers' lower tariff deputation wero throe former Ottnwana whd
have risen to eminence and fortune
in tho west,
At tho head of tha manufacturers'
higher tariff deputation, also, waa
Mr, W. H. Rowley, who, remaining,
in Ottawa, has built up a great manufacturing concern that supplies mil.
lions of pooplo with certain necessities ol civilization.
Ottawa mon, whothor they go on
their travels or romnin at homo, seem
to havo tbo knack of rising to tho top
nnd taking a leading part In the llfo
of tho community or class of which
thoy form a part.���Ottuwu Journal.
A London "Bull."
Tho following i�� part of a dospntch
sont from dear old linden rccontly
Ui Ciu-Jidliin papers: Tho Standard
Riiya: "Lot us ho perfectly frank. Tho
commercial nrrsngo-mi-ntu between
Canada and tho United States must
ami can only b�� t,h�� thin ond of th*��
wudge ol  political union."
the work of improving their new
breed-of ..cattle by selectlou, .They
continuedVthe work of improvement by
selection, feeding, etc., until they owned animals with- a record of considerably over SOO pounds of butter iu
one year. ���.
Their type of cows being: now established, three years ago the nam�� Columbian was given these cattle under
��� a chartejr from the state, and the Columbian Cattle Breeders' association
was organized with five members.
The best and largest herd of Columbians is now owned by C. O. Gregory
and bis .father on the farm where the
breed originated. They have thirty-
threecows. ySome of the Columbian
cattle were exhibited at local fairsin
New York this year, hut very few of
this' new bu tier bs'eed have been offered for sale.
The Columbians so far bave made
good records as a butter breed of cattle* and A there seems to'be good reasons for believing they will take a
permanent place among tbe standard
dairy breeds.
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Great attention should be paid to .the
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and fully developed quarters, especially the hindquarters. His loin should
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The Hoxtou of n snlall church raiaes
a few chickens in '���'���.'& ,amall. enclosure
A cheerful mind   itv   not only die- -
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raises:tho same good humor in,;thosav
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ho golla   to ,somo   members of thohnnn finds himsolf pVJfffled, ;ho .does-
church.*     Oh j��: Saturday ono of his  not know whyt wlt^^th^.oliftoMubioss, ^^v
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^Ohi yoH, ma'am/', ropliod tho aox-
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ones tomorrow morning."
f'Oli, no," protcatcd the houoowifo."
?'I should not want you io bring thom
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Lawyer* Bowaro
A young mnn ot Oxford, who is ambitious to attain fnmo at tho bar, wan
convcrftiuR with a friond touching the
probnbilitioB'of success, when tho lat-
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view of tho situation. y
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TAKE  DOSE OP  r THE BEST MEDICINE  for  COUC HS    5   COLDS  ���������s  MADE IN CANADA  ^     tx?%  'ITake^youE needs  work at youiv'pawerr  TE  *iny c|iiid, and  Sty ittwilI>come-.o'rit  a ro'Se by-and-by/' J,jfe, is _ljk������. tih&t  ���������one stitcK at a tiriie* taken patiently ahd the ipattpr^ will.,, c,ome, ^oijt.., all  right likethevembrdideryi-K   Ax<---1 ���������-.  -rrrr  I *\s -'������������������  HIS0L0JIG&MABfc������   -  FRELWOKEK  V   ���������fit%!GIJNi;PllrlJS.r:?  v?'y  ��������� ;  "I am ovefr 80- years of age and have  been suffering witii" Kidney and- Bladder Troublelforj fifteen^ ,year&. \ I Atook*  doctors' medicine but got no help." "I  want to thank you for sending me  the sample ;box of GIN PILLS.  I have taken, -six boxes -; of*-AGIN  PILLS altogether but got relief before  I had taken? near that amount. I had  to get up Some-nights , every ?fif teen  minutes arid use ari instrumentybefore I could urinate. ;y ?y--y.  Now/ I cau���������.lie^inJ,,be4.������four .or .fiye  hours without getting up. I can say  that GIN- PILLS* iiave 1 nearly cured^  me and I shall always keep a box in  the housei." 5<-; Axy ��������� ::x> xy-.y.-������������������>���������: >  y W. H. PIERCE.  Do as Mr. Pierce did���������write us for  free sample - box-of * GIN PILLS- and  see for yourself just how much^they  will do V for '' your-thea buy-ihe jregu-y  *3i     oiao.v���������pUAca , -<tu    jjyiaXj,. juc-5**0*!.. or���������*/vv������.  or 6 boxes for $2.50. GIN PILLS are  sold .with a positive, ^guarantee ,: of  money ^backVif -0 they* *y faiIf' %������ y give  prompt relief. ' National Drug. J,, and,  Chemical   Co.,   Dept.     N.    U.,    Tor-  OntO^.   y' ���������*":��������� X, :^:&ii^X - ,vt^.-.^/^-,>/.f.,������.s.'w- ��������������������������� *.���������'������������������'- -v&l -  i     v In'Sweet Accord  *Se'eing two navvies indulging in a  heated argument, a clergyman approached and asked of one of them,  "Why" cannot you both be of the same  mind?"..' AA  I  "We 1 are," replied the "man in corduroys.   . ..Vyy ;������������������ 7-;-.,v  ���������   "But you ' were arguing," protested  the clerical.                                  '      '���������'���������������������������'  A "But we are both, of . the same  mind;" replied the other. It's like  this.-I've, got a fiver and he thinks  he ain't a-going to get arf, and I  think the same as 'im."  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  :.-    FOR    ALL  BABIES  "You don't make very good music  with that instrument," said the innocent bystander to the man behind th'e  bass drum, as the band ceased .to  play.  "No," admitted the dram pounder,  "but I drown a heap of bad."  mdriOy ������t������������e MMta, ������  S������  Gsse&S ssdl ytsags.'  Tbo Frank  . "We need  brains  in  this  business  young man."  "You needn't    tell    me V that,    sir.  Your business shows it."      V  - Every mother bf young children  should keep a box of Baby's Own  Tablets in the house. No other medicine has relieved so many little ones  of,A the ailments that afHict them as  have;. Baby's Own Tablets���������no other  medicine can be given baby with that  absolute sureness of safety as can  those  Tablets.���������.-. The  mother  has  the  guarantee    Of    a    Government    analyst] but ot ten are caused by Catarrh, which 1������ nothing  that they do not contain a particle of   bu*ao ,"fl5.medrtcon2Jt,03 ������i ff^.^T? "uJ^!fS-���������f  .\.r,~r.  x,X.~mS,x\   A~.,r..   *u~i.  ������V.i.������  +i ������>     We will glvs One Hundred Dollaw for any oa������e of  those . harmful  drugs  that  make  those \ DeafndS* (cauaea by oatarrh). that eannot be cured  so-called "soothing" stuffs so dangerous to the life of the little one. The  Tablets never fail to be of benefit.  Concerning them Mrs. Jno. A. Albert,  yCaraquet,: N.B., v/rites:���������"I am happy  to state tbat I have used Baby's Own  Tablets for constipation for my two  children with great satisfaction." The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  or at 25 cents a box from The Dr.  tWilliams' Medicine Co., Brockviiie,  Ont.  V Experts on the witness���������* stand -have  -contributed much to the gayety of nations. "���������*'*���������.   ;''.'''������������������'��������� 'Xx-''.  ������������������-.'_"-'���������;'"'���������"'  ��������� The cheajpness of Mothier Graves' Worm  Exterminator pats it within reach of,all.  and it oan be got at any.'druggist 8.  ' When ,tW0v women: get intoyan; argu-  ifient. it becomea'J a . Continuous .per-  f ormanceA ''���������'  *j.-i  Minard's  Liniment" 'Cures 'Garget;  o������������ai='-i ��������������� ���������:������������������ ���������'"-���������'> -lAyyyy-  in  :- In - making,^loyeAVpr playing- ycards,  much defends upon .the. hands you  hold,   y    ���������; ....     A   .'������������'-s.���������������',*������������������:.;.'-.;-, ..  Her  Methods   Varied  After the third addition to the family it became necessary to secure the  services of a permanent nurse.  "No my husband is very particular whom I engage as a nurse," said  the "mistress" to a girl who had applied for the position, y "He wishes  me: to go into the most minute Vdetails  about your qualificationsA Do you  know how to prepare food? Can you  sew and mend? Do you mind sitting  up iate at night? Are yon fai*hful  ;and devoted/ and have you a:^kind,  loving disposition ? Will you������������������-''���������';' ;  V "Excuse me. ma'am; am I to take  care of the baby Or your husbairid?"  Deafness Cannot Be Cured  by local applications, as they cannot reach the dts-.  eased portion of the ear. There la only one way to  cure deafness, aud that Is by conatltutional -remedies.  Deafness la caused by an Inflamed condition of the  mucous lining ot tbe Eustachian Tube. When this  tube ls Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It to entirely closed. Deafness is the result, aud unless the Inflammation can be  taken out and this tube restored-to it* normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever;   nine caaee  by Hall's Catarrh'Cure.  Send for circulars, free.  P. J. CHENEY * CO.. Toledo. O.  Sold by DruMlits, 75c.  Tak* HaU's Family Pill* for a*nati������aei������a. ;     - /  Probably more men would strive to  reach heaven if the preachers could  convince them that all the popular  songs were in the other place.  Mothers Value This VOJt.-���������Mothers who  know how suddenly croup may seize, their  children and how necessary prompt_ action is in ' applying relief, aiways keep  at hand a supply of Dr. Thomas' Eclec-  tric Oil, because experience has 'taught  them that there is no better Reparation  to be had for the treatment of this ���������ailment. And they are wise, for its various  uses render it a valuable medicine.  Occasionally a girl insists on going  to college for one term so that;she  can talk of her college education.  < Never judge a man by the big diamond in his shirt front; he may have  married an actress.    :  V        ���������������������������''���������-'-.-.  A Here's a tip,; young iri'aiv. Convince  a girl that she., shouldn't love yoii,  and sheAwill. A Ay. .  .    POULTRY  The following rules will    be    good  ones to  apply    in   Connection    with  handling eggs on a co-operative basis;  jthat  is,   where    the V community    is  Ithickly settled  enough    for    a    good  number to be shipped:  A number of co-operative egg-producing associations are now in operation throughout the state aiid have  been unusually successful in securing  for the members of the association a  satisfactory premium over ordinary  store eggs: We A-recently noted the  ; rules of one of these associations. In  the'thought that they* would be of interest to poultrymen generally,, we  reproduce them herewith.  The eggs must not be over; 7 days  old at any time when* delivered-at the  receiving place. They must be  brought in at least once every week  in winter and in hot weather they  must be .brought in,twice a week.  The eggs'' must"' be .'taken' in -from  the hen house twice a day.  All eggs must be Aclean and of A a  uniform size. No small or overly  large eggs must be accepted. .  As soon as gathered the eggs should  be stamped and placed inthe ciartons  and kept in a cool place until delivered. A cellar is all right if not too  damp or musty.  , Brown, eggs shall be put in one  carton and, white in another and each  carton so marked. ^  Stamp every egg with your number  stamp so that the number shows up  when the eggs are in the carton. Put  the egg in the filler corner wise and  not straight up and down. V  A  Your number stamp should be  stamped on the right side on top of  the carton and the color stamp on the  left side.  DonV use too much ink in stamping. It might work through the shell,  only a light mark is necessary. Try  your stamp on paper first.  Don't wash the eggs. That takes  Off the glaze. .Keep nest, boxes and  floors clean and well bedded with  clean straw. Use a cloth to wipe the  eggs if necessary.  Don't allow broody hens 'toA'sit "on  the eggs.   Close them up separately.  Keep the small cockerels away from  the hens when large enough.. It is  best to keep the large roosters aiway  also when it can be done.  Don't put in' any small or pullet  eggs. Use them at home.-Also all  odd shaped or spotted eggs. They  are'just as good for use at home.  Don't put in any eggs from hidden  nests, or eggs you are not absolutely  'sure Of. * ."...������������������', ������������������  V Remember that you will be held  responsible for the quality of all the  ,eggs you sell. If you sell any bad  eggs they will be .traced back to you  and charged up double price. Anyone: who uses dishonest methods With  us will be. immediately dropped from  the association.    ,  AWe have been paying and expect to:  pay several cents a dozen over the  regular market price , for case; eggs.  ���������y^e- keeo Viust enough to cover, necessary^expenses and to put a .little^ into  a reserve fund. This7'reserv^^ fund  belongs to you. ; At the end of Vthe  year this will be divided among the  members7 if-, so: decided; a,ccording.; to  the amount of. egprs .they.V.havc ;sold.  or if so decided, will' be Akept as a re-  serveV A statement will be given' to  each farmer at the close of the year  showing how many eggs he has sold.  As soon as you commence to' sell  eggs with,-, us :you belongvto our association; you get an interest and a  vote in", ^ame., YoU. .can Asay that .the  business vis yours arid ybu - can get  every cent that your eggs ��������� bring after  expense's of handling haye| been taken  .OUt.' ,.'���������:���������    . ������������������-.' Ay-'A.-V:  I  I would not have the restless-Will  That hurries to and fro,  Seeking for some great thing to do,  Or secret thing to know.  I ask but for a thankful love,  Through constant watching wise^  To greet the glad with joyful amies,  And to wipe the weeping eyes;  And a heart at leisure from itself,  To soothe and sympathize.  ���������A. L. Waring.  y. .  *���������   y-������. ������������������  . . ..  Obstinate Open Sores are  Keaied by Zam-Buk  For sores which defy all ordinary  remedies, Zam-Buk should be tried.  Old wounds, varicose ulcers, cold  cracks, blood-poisoning and chronic  skin diseases cannot resist the healing influence of this great herbal  balm.  Miss Alma: Bourgue, of Notre Dame,  Kent v Co.,. N.B., gives the following  account of what Zam-Buk did for her  after various other ointments-and  salves had failed. She writes:  '. "FOr months f I suffered with a running sore on my leg. I tried several  ointments and salves, but none of  them could bring about a cure:? The  sore would just heal over, and then  break out again. I read in a newspaper one day, of the good Zam-Buk  had done, and so I determined to try  it and see what, this balm would do  for me. I also purchased some Zam-  BukVsoapA -,,��������� fixfiAX  "I,,washed the sore night and morning with", the soap, and then applied  the balm.-1 continued with this treatT  ment, and after using Zam-Buk for a  few weeks the sore was completely  healed. I Ahave recommended Zam-  Buk to one or two of my friends for  sores, and in their cases it has been  equally effective."  All druggists arid stores sell Zam-  Buk at 50c. box or may be had post  free from Zam-Buk Co., for price; ��������� It  is a sure cure... for piles, inflamed  places, cuts, burns, scalds; chapped  hands, ulcers, eczema, scalp sores,  and all similar diseases and injuries.  Refuse harmful imitations.  KEST ard health to mother ahd chili  MM. WlHMA>W* SOOTHIMO STSLXS* tSM   ���������%������%  wed for over SIXTY YBAKSby MlU-IOHlei  MOTHSKa for Uielr CK1I.6RSN WESIJS  TBKTHINO. with PBRFECT aOCCHSb. 11  BOOTH-EB tbe CHILD, 60KTENS the OCMI  ALLAYS aU PA.IW CURBS WISD COUC ao4  . I* the beat remedy for PIARRHCEA. It U aa>  > aelntely h*rtn.Wa������. Be rare and a������fe for "Mr������  Wimlow'a -Bootiting 8ymp," and Uke so atM  kJod.   Tw������stv-fiT* orate s botUe  Not Lately   A  The best man thought he'd take a  look round and see that everything  was running as a fastidious bride  would wish it, and: up: in the room  where the presents were displayed,  alone and unhappy-looking, he came  upon a youth, seemingly ready, like  the wedding guest of the poet, to  "beat his breast." He was wandering - about, looking aii. silver and cut  glass without seeing them; and the  best man hardly knew how to approach him.  "Er���������have you kissed the bride ���������'  he asked at last .  And j the answer told far more than  its two meagre words might : have  been- expected to convey. It was,  "Not latelyl"  Mother Earth,  are the heroes dead?  y Do they thrill the soul of the years  A7.r A, rio more?, V .: AAA. A-A'A y..W  Are the gleaming snows and the pbp-  VAvA-:-piesV red..   ��������� V'  v .Ail that is left of the brave of yore?  ���������Gone?   In a grander form' they; rise!  Dead?    We may clasp their hands  in ours,  And catch the light of their clearer  eyes,  And- wreathe their brows with immortal' flowers. -       '  Wherever a'iibble deed- is done,  1'Tis the pulse of a hero's heart is  stirred;  Wherever  the  Right has  a triumph  won/  There are the heroes' voices heard.  ���������Edna Dean Proctor.  ������j^5asM"i&.r  : Mr.. Woggs���������"I'm through :*, with  Bump; I told .hirh- we are going to  nairie our baby after sonie great .personage and asked him for a augges-  tion/'"'   ���������' "���������������������������������������������������������������   ������������������ '     ���������������������������*������������������ ������������������������������������������������������"������������������  Mra. ���������'V^oggs���������"What did he, say?"  Mr.VWopgs--"He said: 'Name it after ours.* "  Minard's Liniment Cures   Colds, etc.  Show me Ono of those old robber  castles of the Rhine," commanded  the touriat.  "Robber castleflp" echoed the puzzled guid������ "Does tho gentleman  mean a garage?" "<\  "They tell me," said the fair  widow, "that you aro a student of  human nature?'*  "Yea," admitted the old bachelor,  ''arid I have alBo learned a few things  about women alBO.*'  ". '.'--. yi. *  No man or wonian Bhould hobblo painfully about bccauBO of oome whon ao  certain a relief io at hand' aa Holloway'a  Oorn Ouro.  Slouchy slippers for a man and  bnggy, flappy morning aaoquos for a  woman will dlsoount romance about  as quick an anything.  First Avlator~-Wlmt do you think  of Drexol's flight abovo tho oloudsP  Second Aviator (onthusiostienlly)���������  It was out of sight I  TO CURE A COLD IrToNE DAY  Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine  Tablets. Druggists refund monoy if it  fails to ouro, E. W. GROVE'S signa-  turo on each box.   23c.  Tho opera was "Trovatoro."  "Tho' I no moro mny hold thee,  Yet la thy namo a spell,"  Sang tlm hasso to tho prima donna.  And lt. was. Hor namo was Sophronia  CzcchlinaltiwIcz,~-Judgo'B  Library.  Perhaps Mohammed wont io tho  mountain booaupo It was cheaper  than. spending his vaontlon at tho  seashore,  Ho   (Just   rejected)---!   shall   never  marry now,  Sho���������FoolfMt mnn I   Why not������  He���������If you don't have    me,  Willi?  Omissions  of  History.  John Morgan, the Confederate general, was rampaging through South-  erri''Ohib. ���������������������������'  "Those Arams county rascals," he  said,-''ain't getting hall what's coming to.'em! If nobody else will punish*'their political corruption good  and proper, begad, I will!"  Arid he did succeed in giving them  Shines Stoves So  'rxyyjj^fi^as Shised  y ''Black^Knight"  ia a joy to,  werywomati who takes pride in  yherhbme.:'AV %  Vlt  enables  her  to  have  the  stoves always clean, freshly  : poHshed and brilliantly black.  -   "JBlacis* Knight" is ready'to use  ���������easily applied���������aud & few rubs  brings a mirror-like polish.  "Black Knight"   does away  with all the hard work and dirty  ' work of stove polishing. . ��������� '  If your dealer should not hare   '  "Bins;. Knight';, we will (tend yon  a Iarjc cuu, postpaid, for ioc.  I*   ��������� '.v  Tbe F.F. Dolley Co. Limited.  HAMILTON. OnU 24  I  an  awful    acarc    before,   the prison I hUn by do neck."*  guards got the corne-alorigs on him.    I v,-;".y      ���������.  Another  Ingenious Defence* >  "Jedge," said Mr������ Erastus Pinkley.  "de plea I has to offer i is self-die-  fence."  "Self-defence!"  " 'Yassir. , I was walkin' peacoably  pas' dat chicken coop, an' if dat  chicken hadn't jumped out an' tried  to bite me I wouldn't of had to grab  who  Shows Remarkable Progress  An epitome of the Report^bf The  Great- West Lifo: Assurance Company  for 1010 wliich appears upon another  page gives an account of remarkable  progress and success.  It is no small distinction that a  company, established but 10 years,  should , have reached a businoss in  force c'xeeoding $56,000,000, and  should, for four successive years, havo  stood first among the. companies for  Canadian business. It is equally  notable distinction that in all the  rapid expansion occurring, the sound  principles of economy havo been given such prominence that no other  Canadian company haa"a lowor expense rate than the Great-West, nnd  in invostmonts approaohlng $8,000,-  000, no loss of principal or interest  haa; yet occurred, while the. interest  rate, ori investments stands nt the  highly satisfactory flguro of pver (  per oont.  It will bo observed that ovor  $14,000,000 of business wns written by  the Great-West in 1010, thnn establishing a new Canadian record, and it  Is a clenr indication of tho vnluo the  policyholders nttach to their contracts  to And that with tho largo business  was an equally noteworthy gain In  business in force of over $11,000,000.  Th.v original view of the founders  of the GreatAVffHt Life has been  abundantly endorsed hy timo���������that  an Institution opemllng in tho  West, mnnnged by those familiar with  western conditions, and investing its  funda in the profltablfl avenues nvnil-  ablo in tho growing West���������oould do  remarkably well for lis -policyholders.  Such a report ns that Issued by tlio  company in 1010 Hourly shown that  the East has joined with tho Went In  expressing appreciation of a company  that In lower premiums, hlfdwr profits and llbernl condition* can offer  to thoao needing protection such advantageous policies.  Anyhow it's about as' safe to truflt  a stranger as yourself.  bthetradc-i  mark which  is found om  every bottle  of the genuine o  SCOT! s bouHsion  the standard Cod Live*  OU preparation 61 tK^ |  world. Nothing equals  it to build up the weak'  and wasted bodies of  young and old.  WOVi SALIC BY AU, DftDOaiST*  ' $*n& 10c��������� inaMt of w\*r and thU ������d. fof  our Wmitlful Suvinir* l������������nW ���������B'l Oltlld's  0kt������cli������Dook. JUcV twuk oouUIm* m  Os*4 tewk F������������ioy. . ,  '    '     8COTT 4k nOVTHt    y ���������������--''  IM W������WiHrto������ 8*^ WmI, T������m*HOm|, ���������  mmmmmmmmmimimmk^''  ^i  ���������tMkJwtlMMHWOta  W. N. U., No. 134. SSSSKS^-^BiifflW^  MWWHtsKBmBmaxasBmB  m::  m-  MX  \ix  1>4  II  I  ')���������:  THE    CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW.  THE  CANADIAN   BANK  :; ���������������������������.���������;-0fe.:GOM  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000  REST, - $7,000,000  ,������������������������������^������������������������������������������������*S)0������������������������*������������������������  Motel  THE SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $i and  upwards, on Avhich interest is allowed at current rates. There is no  delay in withdrawing- the whole or any portion of the deposit. Small  deposits are welcomed. 234  Accounts may ������be opened in the names of two or more persons, to be  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor. A ^>int account  of this kind saves expense in establishing- the ownership ofthe money  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death.  'PERCY '���������B. FOWLER, ^Manager, Creston Branch  no   mistake  the  J-r-r.: ���������  LiSlU  The Creston ^eviejfc  Published every   Friday at CreBton, British Columbia, by the Oreeton Publishing Oo., at their office, Wilson Avenue, Creston.  J. K. Johnson   -   Manager.  Ralph G. Schtjton   -   Editor.  Subscription, $3 00 a year, in advance.  80-Day Notices, $5;  60, $7.50; 90, $10  The Review iB the acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston valley, circulating m ov������ one thousand homes throughout the Creston district. Our  columns aro opeai to correspondents cm live questions cf local interest. Contributions must be brief, written on one side of the paper only and signed, not  neoegsariJy for>publketion, but as evidencb cf good faith. "We invite support  in our endeavours to iueirege tbe net fulness of the Re-view by bringing in your  advertisements, subscriptions and news. Ccmplaints fun* sutscTiters* as to  non-reeeipt of paper will be promptly attended to. Address all commuuica-  itousto the    editor  Hotel of the  Frait    Belt  Our  Cah  Guests  cAgain  \/OU  will  make  I       when you get off  if you sign the register at  the Greston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  L,uint>erraen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Cpminefcials.  ������������������Oh! Mercvi Ha* Anyhady See**  .    "My Cat?" J  This partioalar oat, so tho story  goes, having fonnd a bottle of  N. B. C. Beer, preferred its joy-  bringing qualities to a plaoe by  ���������'his own fireside." But yon don't  need "to wonder" to taste tha  pleasures of N. B. C Beer.���������Sold  at all hotels in Creston.  Nelson Brewing  I kfl      I f fl     Win. Gosnell  tJUa* ls!%!>      Manager. .,  -."���������     ���������������������������"       "T   ' - .^        ���������*-  L B* Moran  1 NU W 15UUAZ1  Day was dawning, and the rays of the rising sun were  turning the grey into gold, when the champion stump  blower paid the editor another visit.  His face brightened visibly when he  was  intormed  worthy opponent was in the field against him, but on  ing that the conditions of the match were that the   "  insisted on holding the   stakes  and   nominating  tbe  he threw up his hands in horror.    In vain 1 pointed  wave of the hand in the general direction of Goat  to the shadowy heights where are situated   the vast  business  blocks owned and honestly obtained remember, by  the   man  behind the Echo, all to   no  purpose  I  explained how  that  same ^individual always honored his  promissary   notes,  and  paid cash for his government postage stamps.    The  Champ  only shook his head sadly and answered   " No   Mr,   Editor,  it is too much of a sure thing proposition for me, if the Echo  Kelson Laud Distriot���������District of AY est  Kooienay.  Take notice that 1. N. H. Watt, of Kossluud,  B.C., occupation Housekeeper, intend to apply  for permission lo puvchasa tha following  described lauds:-  'Commencing nt a post planted about ten  (IU) chain* West, of thu Northeast comer of  Lot Si74, bolus tho Southwest, corner, thonco  running North 40 ohnint,li:ast 8U obains.South  40 clmlns aud West SO chalus lo uoin.1 of eom-  ciiaiicciueut ami containing :>*;o acres moro or  le.ss. Located this lath day ol January, 19H.  jf liT'riie: H. 1j1jA tY, Applicant.  JAJ1BS KlSHKU, AgeM.  Date January IS, nut.  that a  learn-.  Echo"  Judges  with  a  untain  Nelson Land District���������District ot West  Kooteuay.  Tako' notico that 1, Stella WarsoQ, of Ross-  laud, B.C., occupation  Spinlater,  intend to  apply tor permission to purchase the following described lands:-  Comunjiicing at a post planted about four  (4) miles iu a Northerly direction from the  .Nouhwerst corner of Liot 4275, South of and  adjoiukng James Morrison's' location, thence  sotuh SO chains, thenco l������ast.40 chains, thence  ������*i>ri.u SO chains, theuce West 40 ebains io  poitil of commencement and containing S2I>  acres more or less. , >���������  Stklla Waksox, Applicant.  JA31KS FiSitKit, Agent.  Date February Via, ltfll  Nelson Land District���������District ot West  Kootenay.  Take notice that I,Mary Bilfor, of Spokane,  Wash., occupation Housekeeper, Intend., to  apply for permission to purchase this following described lands:-.  Commencing at a post planted about four  (4) miles in a Northerly direction from the  Northwest corner of Lot 4275 on West side of  Mosquito Creek South of arid adjoining  James Morrison's location, thence ssouth 80  chains, thence West gu ohalns, tnenee North  SU chains, theuce Kast SO chains to ooint of  commencement and containing &S) acres  to ore or less,  Mary Bilfor, Applicant.  Jamks Fisher. Ajjent.  Date February 12, lllll.  Nolson Land District���������District of West  .Kootenay.  Take notice tbat 1 Allied Regansbnrgr, of  Ymir, 15. C, occupation Lumberman, intend  to apply for permission to purchase the fol-  lowiiig'tlescrllied lands:-  Commenolui; at u post planted about Ave  (5) miles in a Northerly, direction from tho  N.W. corner of Lot 4275 and adjacent to the  Northeast corner of M. Flannigan's location,  thenco Nort ti 20 clialti*. East 40 chains, South  'M chains nnd West 4l> chains to point of com-  .Tueni:einont and containing 80 acres more or  less,  Al,l'EB������  ltKOANSIJUKG, Applicant,  James Fishkk, Agent.  Date February 12,1911.  &  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay.  Take notice that I, James Morrison*, of  Ymir, B. U., occupation Lumberman, intend  to apply for permission to purchase tlie following described lauds:-  Commencing at -a- post piantea about five  (5) miles in a Northerly direction from the  N.W. corner of Lot 4275 and adjacent to tlie  Northeast corner of M. Flannigan's location,  thence South SO chains.thence East 40 chains,  thence North 80 chains,thence West 40 chains  to polnt������of commencement and containing  320 acres more or loss.  Jaoiks Mokki'sov. Applicant.  JA?-rKS Fishkk, Agent.  Date February I'A 1911-  Below you will find a list of timely and interesting \  books,   which   have just been published,  and for S  which we  will  take orders,and  guarantee  prompt C  . . ��������� delivery.' 'xx. ���������'��������� y/'x'xy^yyy^ %  The Truth About Spain.    By Ward. #3.25  5000 Facts About Canada. :-$o.2'S  When God Laughs. By Jack London. $1.50  Dry Farming.    By Widstoe. $1.50  By Florence Barclay.   $1.50  and  Republics on   Horseback"  Ray Whitefield.  The Rosar}'.  "Through  5  By  We will rnake a special  effort  to secure  any  book  which you wish, no matter how rare or  out  of date  it may be.  Creston E)mg&Book Go.  hold the stakes and nominate the judges  11JC1C  ���������.m  WUl  1   cbampion, we shall both be beat ". And with these words  hevpicked up his stick of dynamite, shook my hand warmly,  and a moment later tbe Champion Stump blower of the  Greston Valley had left the Review Office.  .Nelson Land District��������� DiBtrict of West  Kootenay.  Take notice that i, Mamie  Long, of Spokane, Wash., occupation Married  woman,  intend to appiy for permission to purchase  tlie following described lands:-       .  Commencing at a post planted 'about three  (3) miles in a Northerly direction from, the  Northwest corner of Lot 4275 and adjacent to  the Northeast corner of Harry Brauer's location, thence South su chains, tbence h-ast 20  chains, thence North SO chains, thence West  20 chains, to point of commencement and  containing 160 acres more or less.  Mamie Long. Applicant.  Jamks Fisher, Agent.  Date February 12,1911.  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay.  Take notice tnat I, V.'m. It. McV/hirter, of  Ymir, B.C., occupation  Lumberman, intend'  to apply for permission to purchase the following descrtbed lauds:- ....���������' '  Commencing at a post planted on the East  shore of Mosquito Lake at or near the Korth.-  ���������\vest corner of Lot 8402 being the Southwest,  corner, thence running North 80 chains.along  snore of said lake, thence   East 40 chains,  South SO chains and West 40 chains to point  of commencement and containing 320 acres  more or less.  William 3t. McWhtrtek, Applicant.  James Fisher, Agent.  Date January 21,1911.  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay  Take notice that I, Tohn Kyle, of Ymir. B.  C. oceut|'ation''Lumbermau, intends to apply  for permission to purchase the following described lands:- .{.;���������;''���������:���������./���������  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to  the Northwest corner of Lot 9323 being the  Northeast, corner, thence.running youth 80  chains, West 80 cSiains, JMorth 80 chains and  Ejist 80 chains to point of commencement and  eoutaihiug 640 acres more or less.   '  f JOHN KY1.K, Applicant.  I .JAMES FISHER, Agent.  Date. January 22,1911.    ,  Kelson Land District���������District of West  Kooteuay.  Take notice tbat 1, William Ruiuley,   of  Patterson, B.C., occupation Lumberman, intend to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands:-  Commencing at a post planted adjacent to  the Northeast corner of hot 9������*3 being tbe  Southeast coiner, theuce running North SO  cbaiuu, West 60 chains, South 40 ohalns. East  40 chains, South 40 chains, and East 20 chains  to point of commencement and containing  4so acres more or less,    y     .  Wiiaiak fiOHLEY, Applicant,  Jamks Fishbb, Agent.  Dato January 20,1011. .  Nelson Land Districts-District of We������fc  Kootenay.  Talco notice that I, Nellie Otarlr, ofBosi-  land, B.C., occupation Nurse, intend to apply  for pormitsulon to purchase the following  described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about ten  (10) chains Itiast of the southwest corner ol  utno Kalston's location and about four miles  In a Southwesterly direction from the Southwest corner ol Lot 1>H2������ being the Northwest  corner, thence running south 40 chains, East  40 chains, North 40 chains, and West 40 chains  to point of oommoncomont and containing  U20 acres more or loss. ,,   ���������  NiatiK Stark, Applicant.  Jamrb FiauiR, Agent.  Dato Fobruary 0,1011.  ADDITIONAL LOCALS  Among the visitors to Creston this week we noticed  a  familiar face in the person of  the  Rev. J. J.   Greenlee, who  made so many friends during his  short term  of service in  Creston, as pastor of the Presbyterian Church.    Mr. Greenlee has been released from his studies in order that he  may  assist with the organization  of the  new congregations  on  the lake, and will spend the summer in active church work  at Ainsworth, Proctor and Balfour, resuming his studies  in  the Fall.    To a man of his active nature  these duties  will  come as a welcome relief from the more tneoretical grind of  college study, and from our knowledge of  Mr.  Greenlee as  a capable organizer, they will be  performed  with  zeal  and  crowned with well merited success.  Father Beck was in town for a couple of days this  week, arriving on the Monday train.  Miss L. M. Scott, the trained nurse of Moyie, was  in town this week. The many friends of the Florence  Nightingale of the Crows Nest Pass, will learn with regret  that she herself is indisposed as the result of too strenously  working alleviating the sufferings of others, and as soon as  her immediate duties are over Miss Scott will take a short  holiday at the Coast,  Mr. F. Smythe, Editor of the Moyie Leader, was in  town supplying the music for the IC. P. Dance. The genial  Fred came into the Review office, and took a shift for the  editor, whilst we presented him with tlie news of the district  A travelling man was iu town this week with a set of  the latest thing in pruning shears. They were demonstrat  ed to the entire satisfactiou of Mr. S. A. Speers to say  nothing of Mr, Bevau and the editor, on the tree in front of  the store. In fact if Frank had not hastily called the demon  strator off, his tree would have been as bald as Solomon,  and he was the wiieiit man that ever lived.  Congratulations to Mr. J. Uliuco, the popular secretary ���������^^ZZ���������*Z"Z$y������l  of the Fruit-growers Association, on  his recent marriage. Johnnon& 8orutou atBoviow Office.  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay.  Take notice   tliat I, Mike   Flannigan, of  Ymir, B.C.. occupation Lumberman, intends  to apply lor permission to purchase tbe following described lands:-' y  Commencing at a post planted about five  (5) miles in a Northerly direction from tho  N.W. corner of Lot 4275 on East side of Mosquito Creek being the Northeast corner  thence South 80 abains, West 80 chains,North  80 chains and East 80 chains to point of commencement and containing 640 acres more or  less. ���������-���������������������������*. -x  MIKTE ji-iA NNIGAN, Applicant.  JAMES F1SHEK, Agent.  Date February 12,1911.  1SS A UABBi  . where a friend calls, and you  want to do the polite thing  whnt should you do? That's  easy-just hand ont  A GOOD OIGAK  from tbat well-filled cig������r case  of yours.   Off coarse to be good  it must be from that  ALWAYS PHBSH  STOOK GIG ABB  that cau he had the year round  at this placo.   Cigars from her*  always please,  Ireston Wine & Spirit Oo.  '������.  P00LI5  ^******A/WS*^**^^^^VAiVWW������%  Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay.  Take notice thnt I, Walter Demcr, of Ymir,  B.C.. ocoupatlon Lumberman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands :���������  Commencing at a. po*t planted at tbo S. W.  corner of Tom Chnrles' location about six (0)  miles in a8. W. direction ivom theH. W. corner of Lot 1)32.1 being tbe Northwest corner,  thence running Mouth ������0 chains, Kast 80  chains, Nortb (JO chains and \VnBt80 chains to  point ot commencement and contains (111)  acres moro or loss,  WALTER DEMISE, Appllcan  JAMJ2H jriSHElt, Agent.  Dato February 11,1911,  reston Barber Sho  Billiards and Pool  jaunts Room ������^������^������k������  ������  Cigars and Cigarettes  i ot <uo!a &ams  At Any Hour  Razors Ground and Set  f  .Nelson Land District���������District of West  Kootenay.  Tako notice that I, Tom liberies, of I'attor  hoii, B.C., occupation Lumberman, intend to  apply for permission to purohaso tho follow*  ing described lands;���������  ('.'ommoneliig at apont planted nbout six (U)  mihm in aBouthwoHiui'ly dlreotlou trom tho  H.W. corner of Lot Oll'^l being tho BouthwoHt  coi'iior, thonoo running North 80 uhulns, from  a point about 10 chains Wost of whore wild  poxi ls plantod, tlionco Knot ho chains, Houth  Wi chains, and West 80 chains to point of com*  iiicnuomunt and containing 6<lo acres moro or  1QMH  Tom Oitammw, AppMonnt,  .1 AMita FiMiiuii, Agent,  Dale February 11, JOU.  Nolson Land District���������District of West  Kootoiiay.  Talco notice .that l.Hourl I'oltlor, of Algoma,  WiiHiiliiKton, occupation iiousolcoo|iur,lii|.������nu  to apply for puinilhislon to purchuHulhufol-  lowliitfuoNorlbutl lands:- ...     ..  Coinmonolng at. a post planted about ton  (10) oJialiiH JOiiHt of thn Mouth wont cornor of  wit. H17H, lining tho Northeast cornor, tlionco  Mouth HO chains, Wost H0 chains. North 80  oliiiinsiind Kast 80 chiiiim to point of com-  mniHHiiiicnt nnd containing 040 aores moro or  J'Haht, pui,tih!K. Applicant.  Jamich FrmncK, Aguin,  Ditto January 21,1011.  Nolson Land District���������DMrlot of West  Kootenay,  Talco notloe that J, Harry Brauer. of Ross<  land, B.C., ooouputlon Diamond Driller, intond to apply for ponnlsslon to purohaso the  following described lands.-  Commencing nt a pom pi Anted about three  (3) miles in a Northerly direction trom the  Northwest cornci'of Lot 427A, Wtst or Moh-  ou I to Oreok, thonco south 80 almliiR, thonoo I  west 80 olialnB,tltitinon North 80 chains,Uioiioe  East 80 chaliiH tn point of cnmmuiicemuiit  and containing M0 acres moro or less,  IlAiiitY HiiAtruii, Applicant.  Jamkh PimiKK, Agent.  Dato February is, 11)11.  ^^^A^������AAW^AA^^������/WV������#VV^������A^VVV������MW������^M������MW������MMW^^M^W������������M^������*#|i  sws  Nolson Land District���������District of \Nro������l  ICootcimy.  Tn Ico notico that 1. otho Ilalutnn, oJJIar*  rlMiuiburg, Virginia, occupation Hoiisn line-  orniiir,|lnlcnd to apply   for   iiuiinlwHlon to  piiivlinM* Uw (Q)\u\*U>ti d������t,crlbud liuiilu:-  CninmonoInK at a Pohi planted iilinub two  and a hulf (U>i)     "  nil Um In  a  Southwell torly  dlriKitlon from tlio W. W. corner ofLotliHfcl,  being tlm Nortliwont oornor, tlionco ruiinlnir  Houth ou ohaliiH, leant uo cluiiiiii, Norm uo  elialiiH and Wost ao chains tn point of commencement and containing <uu uoroi. moro or  l-tlHN  OTI10 ItAliHTON! Appiluant.  Jamuii KiMlir.u, Atfonl,  Ditto F������hniary,������, lull.  Nolson Land DlBtrlot-DlHtilotof W������Bt  , Kootfinay.  Tolio notice thatl.Hanniol W. Ralston, or  Harrisonburg. Virginia, occupation I'hotng*  laphor, intond to apply for pnrmlHslon  to  purohaso tho following .ilOKorlhiul lands:*  Ooiiimenoliig at a post plan toil luljiuiont to  tho Uoutliwcist corner of Jjit'iua, being the  H.10, oornor, thoncrt iiiinilng North no ohalnn,  WoHt 40 dial us, Bon i h bo iihuiiiH nnd Mast -id  uhalns to point ol'ooininnncemontand con.  talning 1120 uoros moro or Iorh,  Hamwict. W. Halrton, Apnlloaiit.  .     JAMKH KtHllBH, Agdllt.  Dalo January 1IMIU1.  ^innrsirvynnnnnsinnr^ m".������w v i ���������������< Byiiry^  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  (Befit equipped Livery In Town)  All olans of TURNOUTS fluppHod at abort notioo. The latest sryleB of  GUTTERS mid BUGGIES for wtto and hire,   Bnddlo and paolc horpes a  . Speolnlity. ,., .|VV.;'  Food fov aalo. Agont for tho McLaughlin Manfff, Co, Horsoa fov nolo  I nm propped to fill iill orderu, both hy wiro and moil, and meet aU trains;  at any konv of the day or nigHd,   Oomm oroial mon aud landneolcorB, will:  vecoivo prompt attontion  Nolson Land Dlsl rlct���������Dlstrlct of West  Kootenny.  Talco notico that I.OIIvorJT, Loiut, of Bpn-  Uauu,. Wunli,, oco.UKUh>n Cimiracior, intmnl  to apply for permlhHloo to purclmso the foi-  lowliiff tlnHor|������)������d luiuls:-  ComnionoiiiKuta post planted about nun  (1) mllo In a Northerly dlrwtlon from tlm  Northwest cornor or Lot VJ75 und nbout in  eliitlnsWcitof Wi'Ht Hun Ic ni'MnAiiultn Orooic,  tijono* North JW <'Jiitliiu,Uioii(v' Went no dial um.  thonoo HoMth W) nliitlnti, thonn������ |*"nHt HO fllntlnu  to point or tu>������>-rm>iu'.������nu!iu, mid luintalnlnn  oio noros moro or loss.  OMvni-- J, M'jsra, Appll<in.i*t,  ..       ������. ^ JAMH������K|HIH1������������������A0[������rtt.  Dato Fobruary K,i cit. F  H. S. McCresithi Prop)  Ct  Phono CO  Sii'dnr Arenno  Box 11  SLBJLaJLSLSLSLSLMSLSULSfJLJULSULSLO " ��������������� QJLP.P P D P BJ.OJU JLnjLOJUtJLOJLOJl JlJ  icassxff  PIANO.���������Now at mllwr.y PtaMnn nwir  Oroaton, will lm Hiiorlflooil for f250  oaab, Novor boon uhiwI, Ludy unnblo  to Ucop It.���������ATM"������Jy In fttct inntRnco  Mrs, A. a. Mu.Nuiuu, 2040J Columbia  ���������treeti Vnuooutor, B.O.  CARRIAGE  "������"������" ���������tmmtm  WORKS  mm  I  AND  BuKKJuH, DfiuionrniH, GIr������ and Oattora for aula at roaoonablo turiofts  Wo rlo all UiiidH of. repairing and wood work wifcb di*|p������itoli  Our ulinp in Incfttod near t������ic Oreston JUCoyqnntU* Oo.  Wo nvo hIho ngontN fov Mm OroRbn Kuwwjr OorrtjMiujr and handle  yplr^t'olnji Ffulft Treeii '  m in w imwimmm������wmw*mimmimmmiii*imm^  # ' *    W. K# BROWN    #,',<*'  mmmmm  i  * i  '91 If You Like to Drive  you oan indulge yourself by engaging a  team froui this livery stable for as long  nud as short a time asV you desire.  This LAvory Stable  ia also, preparedAjto send a parriago to  meet trains, to take you sbop'pihKoroall-  ioff, dir to convey youV'to any June weddings you wish to attend.  Cameron  CRESTON LIVERY  A. MIRABELLI  THE   CRESTON   SHOEMAKER  Best Workmanship  .Boots and Shoes made to Order;  A Speciality  tar  Wholesale  Provisions,    Produce.    Fruit  General Commission Merchants y  NELSON  B. C������  FASHIONABLE MILLINERY  Turbans,  Hats and  Bonnets iu the  Latest Styles.   Fancy Mounts  Plumed and Flowers in  all the new Winter  Shades  Children's wool and bearskin  hoods,  jackets, mitts, gloves, overalls, etc.  iu great varifitv ',  MRS. M   YOUNG  Millinery and Fancv Stcre ���������  Fourth Street, Creston, B.C.   ; ~v ���������  on Hand  A complete stock of  Fresh Beef,Veal, Mutton,  I<amb and Pork,  y:      . iyyy .;������������������' ������������������''-���������   . ���������     ... y{  .-,  Sausage, any kind  Hams and Bacon, Butter  and   Eggs,   Lard,   Beef  Dripping, Ktc.  Fresli Fish every Friday.  Smoked Fish all the time.  Our Smoked Salmon and  Halibut is choice.  P. BURNS & Go  Limited  GRESTON  B.C.  Nelson Land District���������District of West  '������������������������������������'"'������������������':'A''E6otehay.':'-.'������������������"���������'"'���������'. ������������������/������������������'.'-���������  Take Notice that I, Laura A. Ralston,  of Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation  Married . Woman, intend to apply for  permission to purchase the following  described lands:-  Commeaciug at a post, planted adjacent to the Sortheast corner of Lot 9323  being the Northwest corner, thence  South 80 chains, East 80 chains, North  80 chains and West 80 chains to point of  commencement and containing 640  acres more or less. ���������  Laura A. Ralston, Applicant.  James Ftshkk, Agent.  Date January 20/1911.  Nelson Land District-rDistrict of West  Kootenay.  Take notice that I, Mabel Balaton, of  Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation  Schoolteacher, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted adjacent ������n t-he Northeast- corner q^ Lot S323  being the Southwest corner, theuce  running North 80 chains,Enst 80 chains,  South 80 chains and West 80 chains to  point of commencement and containing  640 acres more or less.  Mabel Raxstok, Appliccnfc  yy James Pishbr, Agent.  Date January 20, 1911.  LOCAL AND PERSONAL   ���������   Mr. R. Lament., tihe largest in-Ji-  ���������vhlual land owner in tiie Creston  district is this spring1 offering some  exceptionally choice looatioins) for  sale. One large 'block, suitiaible for  ookmization purposes by subdividing  imto ten acre blocks. This block  contains 1280 acres of ideal /fruit  lamid mear Creston. Ho also has a  block of 160 acres near Ericks-an  and only a couple ofAyymilesifrom  Greston. This land has very A good  soil and may be termed inside fruit-  land property. In addition to this  he has fruitlaawi in 5, IO aiid 20  (acre blocks in various locations  iarouxLd Creation. ��������� Mr. Lamont enjoys the unique distinction:: -of beiing  fa. real estate man who faaradles his  own properties a/nd has sufficient to  satisfy many purchasers.  Mr. J. Carver, late of Oreston, and  now a flourishing businessman of  Oalgary, spent the Easter holidays  with his family, returning to Calgary  on Monday.  If you want the best, in hats, see our  linecfj. B. Stetsons, direct from the  factory, S. A. Speers.    ���������  Last Tuesday the MoPeak Mining  Syndicate struk the ledge on their claims tho ���������'Nip an-tuck ou Summit  Cre8k, arid will proceed at once with  the development of same.  A Ring up phone No. 85, Ed. F. Johnson  when you need an experienced plumber.  ..������������������ '      i '..''������������������ ;' V ���������   Y ���������'-   'Yy.-'  When ���������tibe hair thins out on the top  of the heaid awd th������ txald spot is get-  iting ready to appear in. public, dont  get discouraged or irritaJble. Just  go to your drugigist yaimd ask for  Parisian Sago Hair Tonic. H-������ will  ch'arge you 50 cents fot ;ai .large  bottle "but if it does mot cause hair  to grow where the -hair is thinning  out nothamg cm this earth will.  And we wamt to say to everybody,  man, woman ���������oioA child, ���������that you cam  have your money back if Paris'iiain  Sag������ isn't the best hair grower, hiadr  saver, hair ibeautifier amd. damdruff  cure on the market today;  It stops itching scalp and falling  ���������hair amd makes hair grow thick and:  laibumdaxitly. All druggists everywhere sell Parisian; Sag������ or postpaid.  from The Giroux Mfg. ..Oo., of Fort  Erie, Gait. See that the 'girl with the  'the au-bum hair is on every bottle.  Sold and guaranteed tojy tihe Orestoa  Drug and Book Coy \  For the newest lasts and perfect fitting  shoes, see our line of fine shoes.    Si A.  Speers.  NOTICE.  PUBLIC >OTj'riO is lieri'l'y ffivpn  that, undiM* thn i.u^bority conrmneil in  section IHl ot H>������ 'Lmid Act, " a rpgu-  lution bap tipen approved by the Lieu-  rb������ant-(jrovornor iu Council fixing the  minimum sale prices *it first and second  olnss lands nt $10 and ������5 per acreresp������C-  tiyely.  This regahition further provides thai  tho prices fixed therein shall apply to all  lands with respect to which the appli  cation to purchase is given favorable  consideration alter this date, notwithstanding the date of such application  or any delay that may have occurred in  the consideration of the same,  Further notice is hereby given thnt  all persons who have pending applications to purchase lands under the provisions of Sections 34 or 36 of the "Land.  Act" and who are not willing to. con*-  plete Buoh purchases under the prices  fixed by the aforesaid regulation ~ shall  be at liberty to withdraw; such applications and receive refund of the moneys  deposited en account of such applications.  WILLIAM R- ROSSL  Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B. C April 3rd,1911.    42  RESERVE  NOTICE  'IVikIpi-r will lio receivfid by the under-  Nltrnril up to ih<>22iiV1 any or April, 1911', at S  i������.in., lol* Um purchase or .Kluclc Ti. Hulxllvl-  ���������siou. ot. l.ui. .^<).,...541, Group one New We������t-  i.'iin'ste!' District, .".Stunted !:s tSu> City of  'Vancouver;'und being the Kite of tb������ old  I'rovlnclal Court House; ICach tender must  bo enclosed iii a regiKtored lei ter aud must be  nililrossed to the undersigned, uml plainly  ui:i:-ki>(l vTimvcW -,-fiir-"Id Vancouver Court  Mouse f*lle," ji'ntl iiiUKt tip lu'cwnpanled by  ������������ aouepted c-lic<iu������' for'It n per cent ofthe  iir������i payment of the puri-liase uiuiiey. Pay-,  int'iit Cor the property will be accepted in  fiiHiJilliuents of one-quarter ; of Ihe purchase  money. The first of such installments to be  paid within thirty days'after the acceptance  of tlie tender, and tlie other three annually  thereafter, with interest nt the rate of 6 per  cent per aimhin. In the event of the person  whose tender isticcepted failing to complete  the first installment within thirty days of  the notice of such acceptance the sale to him  will be cancelled and bis ten per cent deposit  forfeited. The cheques of unsuccessful  tenderers Will be returned. The highest or  any tender will not necessarily be accepted.  No commissions of any kind will be allowed.  Wiiuam R. Boss. Minister of Land*.  Department of lands, Victoria B.C.  March 7th, 1911.  Now is the time to make arrangements for that bath room. Call and  interview Ed. F. Johnson the plumber.  Hyomei  c4'Breatheable Remedy for. Catarrh  The rational way to combat Catarrh  is tiie Hyoinei way, viz: by breathing.  Scientists for years have bteu agreed on  this point- but failed to got an aoteseptio  strong enough to kill catarrh germs an t  not destroy the tissues of the membrane  at the same time, until the discovery of  Hyomei (pronom.ced Kigh-o-me).  VHyomei is the most powerfnl yet  healing antiseptic known. Breathe it  through the inhaler over the inflamed  and germ-ridden membrane fonr or five  time? a day, and in a few days the germs  will disappear.  A complete Hyomei outfit, including  the inhaler costs $1.00 and extra bottles,  if afterwards needed, cost bnt 50 cents.  Obtainable' from yonr druggist or postpaid, from The R. T. Booth Oo , Ltd ,  Fort Erie, Ont. Hyomei ib guaranteed  to cure asthma, croup, sore thrcay  coughs, colds or grip or refund your  J money back, y. Sold aud guaranteed by  ;he Creston Drag & Book Co.  NOTICE is hereby given that all  vacant Crown Lands not already under  reserve, situated within the boundaries  of the Laud AEtecording Districts of  Cariboo aud Lillooet, and the Kamloops  Division of Yale Land Recording District, are reserved from any alienation under the "Land Act" except by preemption.  ROBT. A. REN WICK,  Deputy Minister of Lands  Department of Lauds,  Victoria, B. C, April 3rd, 1911.   39  For Saxe.���������Lots 6, 7, 8, 9 audio, Blook  .A3, Dow's Addition.   Send offer to owner, Mrs. W. "Wilson, 551 Fifth Street,  Brandon, Manitoba.  Fruit Rauch for Sale ���������Fifteen acres  in good state of cultivation, planted  with 1300 trees consisting of appie,pluni,  peach and cherry trees. Good Alive room  honse and stable one and a hnlf miles  from Creston. Apply to Walter V  Jackson Phone 91 Creston B.C.  uRS.R*ENfflEiDnr  CURE DISEAS  IffrgpiPmrl  SB^B������s^ a  Nelson Land District���������Districtof West  Kootenay.  Take  notice   thnt   I, Klphrata. Harris, of  Carson,     Washington,   occupation   Married  Woman, intend to apply for permission to  purchase tlie following described lands:-  ���������    Commencing at a post planted adjacent to  the Southwefit corner of Lot 8149, being the  ' tjoutneast corner, thence running North 407  i chains. West 80 chains, South  so chains. Kast  . eO chains and North 40 ehuins to point of  ' cotninenceinent and   containing   640   ucres  more or less.  Elphbata HAimis.Applicant.  ������������������.���������������������������     .rASIBS Kismkk, Agent.  Date January 18,1911.  PATIENTS TREATED THROUGHOUT  CANADA FOR SO YEAR8  Dn. K. & K. are favorably known throughout Canada-where they have done business for over So years. Thousands of patients  have been treated and cured by their great  skill and through the virtue of their New  Method Trea&saest. 'When you treat with  them you know you are dealing; with respon  sible physicians as they ovn and occupy  their own office building is Detroit, valued  at 8100,00$ "When they decido your case Ss  curable, all your worry is removed for you  know they will not deceive you. They  guarantee to cure , all curable cases. No  matter how many doctors have failed to  benefit you; no matter how much money  you bave spent in vain; oo matter bow discouraged you may be, don't give up in despair until you get a free opinion from these  master specialists. If you ore at present  within the clutches of any secret habit which  is sapping your life by degrees; if you are  suffering from tho results of past indiscretions; if your blood has been tainted from  any private disease and you dare not marry;  if you are married and live in dread or symptoms breaking out and exposing yonr past;  if you are suffering as the result of a mis*  spent life���������Dm. K. * K. ������re your R*fag������.  Xiay your easa before themeonndtntiaity sad  they will tell you honestly if you are curable.  YOU CAW PAY WHEN CURED  Wo Treat and Cora  VARICOSE VEINS. NERVOUS DEBILITY.  BLOOD and URINARY COMPLAINTS  KIDNEY and BLADDER Dueues  And aU Diseases Pecelisr is Mss.  CONSULTATION FREE  Books Free on Diseases of- Men. IF unable  to call. Write for a Question Blank for  KORSE TREATMENT  KENNEDlT&ICENNEDnr  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Grisvvold St* Detroit, Mich.  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Depaxt-    ment in Windsor, Out.   If you desire to  see us personally c611 at Our Medical Institutein Detroit as we see and treat  no patients in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only. Address all letters as follows:  DPvS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor Oat,  Write for our private address.  '         ���������i..���������wiiiW i��������� I,, mm. ii'mi.ui.������  Stop off and take  Look  S.u n  In British Columbia's  If You Want to si  the Choicest  '&est6jiX^i'&'X.  Has nevor had a orop failure.  Has no damaging frostB.  .Minimum teniperaturo 1011,  3 degrees  .above'zero.   ���������'"'..,''  Grow* applpfl, that ore Aflrst priKO winners every year iu competition with   tlio .world.  Has aii ideal and mild olimnto.  Hnn tho m'oflt favored location, bloee to  iniuketfl, twtplo iriinaportatloM frtoll-  itioH, two railronds audit navigablo  rivet. .,'..'��������� '  ������ ' , *-' t '      A    ��������� '  Difllriot oonipriaoR the lorRont -nvon, of  Konniue, proven fruit IwhIb in tho  proymoo, ������0|000 noron In one bloolt.  ������������������������������������������������������������<���������  Hnn tho quality and quantity of lurid to  compoto favorably aKtdniit tho oora-  movoiul orobards of tho world.  aa*4ja*4������������������AAAAA* tiiitljt  W^^^WW^^W ������������������������������������������������������������������������ W^r^F^T^W^FW  1280  *BestSoil, Level* c/lhundance of  Water, Good^Rpads,Suitable for  Colonizing or Subdividing  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  20 acres one half mite from to'Von, simt-improted; duelling.    160 acres one  mile from to%>n, finest soil and situation in the Glorious Kootenays  Also other tracts improved and unimproved high grade fruit tanas at lowest prices, alt genuine propositions  Creston, & C  Is situated in the Kootonoy Ynltoy  between Kootenay Lake and the  United States Boundary Line, 70  miles Southeast of Nolson, 70 miles  Southwest of Oronbrook, and 100  miles Northeast of Spokane,  What Lord Justice Grantham said: For ���������  safe investment I prefer Crestou to any  other place in British Columbia.  What Hon. Thoa, Taylor said: Ores*  ton Distriot is the garden of British  Columbia.  What Audrew Oarnatrio said: The  wise mau invests his money in good  real ostato.  What Jacob   Astor did, made $D0,.  000,000 in real estate in SO yeute.  Gain health and wealth, and prove  your wisdom by buying fruit lands in a  proven frnit olimnto, and where no  Irrigation is required.  iiin.iiiiM. ������ii������������i ������������������ mil i Turrmri���������i~"i���������Tf���������  Apply to tbe  Owner  ���������M~������������"������.������,������ii',ii ��������� ������������������������ w������wi*AJU������M������rii i������It'l \JSSim8miiidm  Creston  'British Columbia  References: Canadian Bank of Commerce, Creston, B.C*, and'Bank of Mot.treal, Rossland, B.C,  I  -I  llll    mmmmmilluimmi^^  mmm  mWrnM TV  I *  i;  Suffered wStfc Throal Trouble  Mr. B. W.  S>. Barnes,  ox - Sheriff  of Warren  County,  Tennessee,  In a letter  from Mo-  Minn vllle,  Tennessee,  ���������writes:  "I had  t h r o at  tro u fc> I'O  a n d h a a*  three doctors treating  me. All  failed to do  m e a n ;y  good, and  pronounced  ai y health  gone. 1 con-  cluded to  try Peruna, and after using four bottles can'say I was entirely cured."  Unable to Work.  Mr. Gustav Himmelreich, Hochhelm.  Texas, writes:  "For a. number of years I suffered  whenever I took cold, with severe attacks of asthma, -which usually yielded  to the common home remedies.  "Last year, however, I suffered for  eight months without interruption so  that I could not do any worlc at all.  Mr. B. W. D. Barnes. '  A woman is happily married to a;  man when there are certain things  she will put on only for him.  Experience begotten of matrimony  is a strenuous,teacher. .  LA GRIPPE-RAVAGES  THE TROUBLE   SWEEPING   OVER  CANADA   IS  AN   EPIDEMIC  Interesting   Relics    of   Massacre   Discovered  Recently.  The exact spot where 10 members  of Capt. Cook's expedition were massacred by the Maoris 137 years ago  has been definitely determined, and  some interesting relics of the ancient  tragedy discovered by Bobert McNab  in Grass Cove,. Queen Charlotte  Sound,  i It may, perhaps, be remembered  that on Dec. 17, 1773, the captain of  the Adventure sent two officers and  eight men aeross the sound to gather  wild geese for the ship's company-.  They failed to return, and searchers  who were sent out finally discovered  evidence of a tragedy in a number i-f  baskets containing human flesh and  fern root, also a hand ol a white man.  Grass Cove was previously conjec-  hired to be the scene of the ancient  tragedy, but Mr. McNab, however,  has settled the qxiestiqn once and for  all by discovering ; the exact spot,  where the ^Englishmen were murder-  ed.     A^VyVyy VVV,v,A  After.Mr. McNab and the party of  friends with, him had decidpd that th**  massacre took place in a certain bend  in Grass Cove���������a conclusion to which  they came by comparing the locality  with the description given: in Cook's  popers���������they went ashore Vand spoke  tn a settler. Mr. Greensill. who was  living on the. spot, regarding any evidence of the massacre that:'.he may  have seen. Mr. Greensill said he had  dug up in his garden an old flintlock, a   barrel,   a bayonet, and   some |  other kind   of   a weapon   he was   un- j takes   as   its   victims     those     whose  abb������ to identify.. j blood is in a poor condition,  and its  The one beam supports the Grain Box���������-theGrain Box Bs wot called upon to support: the Prill.  Weakened   and   Broken   Constitution:?  Left   Behind���������How to  Regain  New  Health and Strength y  La Grippe is one of the most dan-:  gerous diseases that annually sweeps  over Canada. It starts with a sneeze  ���������a  slight  cold���������and    ends    with    a   ���������lie-*: ���������*  i,���������..uu..      w  i������������������,.  ik;  strong mnn on his back; it tortures  him with fevers and chills, with headaches and backaches. Its victims are  left low-spirited and depressed, and  att   easy "prey    to   bronchitis,ptieu  Face the Sun  Don't hunt after trouble,    but    look  for success,  You'll find what you look for; don't  look  for  distress.  If you see  but your shadow, remember, I pray,  That the sun  is  still    shining,    but  you're  in  the   way.* ���������  Don't grumble, don't    bluster,    don't  dream and don't shirk,  Don't  think    of    your    worries, but  think  of your  work.  The worries will vanish, the work will  be done,'  No  man  sees  his  shadow   who  faces  the sun.      ' :    ...y  "That man." said the Londoner to  his fair American cousin, to whom  ho was showing the sights of tlie capital���������that man, waiting there oh the  pavement for  philanthropist.  "Waal, waul, waal, waal!" said his  American cousin.  ."He   spends   bis   whole  life,"   con-  i tinued   the  Londoner,    "helping  Life's   Answers  A Life has a different meaning, a different riddle, a. different reply for  each of us. ��������� There is not one sphinx,  but many sphinxes���������as many as  there are men and .women. \ye must  all answer for ourselves. Pascal has  one answer, "Believe!" Moiiere has  another, "Observe!'' Thackeray's  answer is "Be good and enjoy!" but  a .--melancholy' temperament was his.���������  Andrew Lang.  -��������� -������������������iii..      y i  PILES CURED IN 8 TO 14 DAYS  Your drucgist will refund money if  PAZO OINTMENT fails'to cure" any  case of Itching, ; Blinfl, Bleeding or  Protruding PiieB in 6 to 14 days.   50c.  ��������� ..*  moma, rheumatism. ������������1; often that \ faUon brothers'and'sisters. He raises  i most .dreaded of all diseases-con-j th(>m wlu.n lhoy nr������. down. Thev  j sumption.    You  can  avoid  la  grippe|8tretch   out   their   hands   appealingly  entirely   by   keeping   the   blood   rich   to him   and bruised .and crushed hv  ?������5?,-red W^' ������^?8,onaLIUSO'.o������ P,r;  inanity cling to him, sure of help;"  ! Williams    Pink   Pills.       The  trouble    . .*Wanl   what a dandy  guy!" crie  The various medicines that were pre-    exactly with .the weapon_ dug up  This latter weapon Mr. McNab at  once identified as an officer's hanger,  which was doubtless the one used bv.  Midshipman Rowe, who was in  charge o_ the boat's c.ew. There was  a description of the cword given in  the   accounts   and   they   corresponded  It was with that hanger  that Midshipman Rowe killed two Maoris and  j wounded the. chief before beiug overpowered   and   killed.     This "diseeyery  after-effects are more, dangerous and  more lasting than the trouble itself.  Por the after-effects of la grippe  there is absolutely no other medicine  can equal Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  Everv dose helps to make rich, red  blood that drives disease from the  system,'and makes weak,.'despondent  men and women bright, cheerful and  strong. If you have suffered in _any  way from the epidemic of la grippe  that has been sweeping oyer Canada,  scribed brought me no relief.  "After taking.six bottles of Peruna,  two of Lacupia and two of Manalin, 1  cm free of my trouble so that I can do j place's" bevoiid ai shadow of "a" doubt i give this great health-restoring medi  all my farm work again. I-can heart- the exact locality of thu massacre. | cine a trial, and it will not- disap-  ily recommend this medicine to any which took nlace" on the spot now oe- | point you. Here is proof of the won-  one who suffers with tbis annoying ] cupied as Mr. Greensill's srimleu in ' derful power of Dr. Williams' Pink  cor-ipiaint and believe that they wiil! Grass Cove. Mr. MclSab discouuten-  obtain good results." j ances the idea that the weapon may  '.''-���������- ; have, been carried there from the fact  ��������� . -xy .y, -. ���������   . .��������� :.. y .-.--��������� ���������:...���������   ��������� | that the locality exactly corresponds  A young' man oitceA carried a  lady   with  the description  given   by Capt.  ���������some .flowers.''' "Oh," aren't'they beau-j Cook.���������London Standard.  tiful!" she said.    "And there is a IU-!. -��������� ��������� ���������  tie dew on them still." \  youth. I  V...  ed  the American cousin. "Ain't he a  fair peach, now.   Whoever is he?"  "He is the instructor," replied the  Londoner, "at our local;. roller-skating  rink." .  "What happeiied to Babylon?" a  ed the Sundav school teacher.  "It fell!" cried the pupil.  '   "And what became of Nineveh?'  ."��������� "It   was  destroyed!"' V       ���������    y  "And what of Tyre?"V H  .   "Punctured!" V   '    A   A  sk-  You can make more out of most  anything than you can out of rich  relatives. '  No man is so dull that he can't- invent an excuse for being conceited.  Always Serviceable.���������Most pills lose their  properties with age. Not so with Par-,  melee's Vegetable Pills. The pill mass is  so compounded that their strength and  effectiveness is preserved and the pills  can be carried anywhere -without fear of  losing their potency. This ia a quality  that few pills possess. Some pills lose  their power but not so with Parmeleefs.  They will maintain their .freshness and  potency for a long time.  "Yes,  stammered       the  r\-r.    +-Virtr*������  ROBES HAND-WOVEN.  will be paid tomorrow."  j   V^Oliagc   kOgmj   , R y>UTTC;K   St   VTCrK. CR  %*MMM2WJiaS %?tM6 C  kaioklvatvpA.uousbs, ������am������������������Um. fc������*l������  m������ tkro������< ������ed lusss.  as ������������sfts.  It  sometimes    happens    that    the  black sheep of a family is a blonde.  Love is  one part play  and ninety-  nine parts  work.  Minard's   Liniment   Cure   Diphtheria,  An undertaker knows a lot of  "dead ones" that, he is unable to  bury.  All the world's a -stag**-; and life is  the greatest show on earth.  A man isn't necessarily headstrong  because he butts in.  HOW SKIN-TROUBLES  HAVE BEEN CURED  A Remarkable Record of Itching,  Burning, Disfiguring Eruptions  Successfully Treated.     \  That those who hava suffered long and  'hopelessly (rom eczema md other torturing,,  'disfiguring eruptions of the akin and scalp  and who have lost faith In all manner of  treatment, may learn that thero b ono way to  And Immediate relief, the following remarkable  ecrlea ot condensed testimonials Is published:  '-XT. H. Whjtc, 312 E. Cabot. St.. Philadelphia; Knee to ankle a mass ot eruption.  Buffering simply indencrlbable for six lonR  years. Had to scratch till blood ran and  health was undermined from lack of sleep.  Cuticura Remedies cured lt without a mark.  Mrs. M. C. Maltland, Jasper. Ont.: Itchy  nun on her baby's head when but three  months old. It spread over entire body, Put  mittens on him to prevent tearing skin,  llcduccd to a skeleton. One bath with Cuticura Soap and application ot Cuticura Olnt-  mont tioothed him to sleep. A. single set  cured him. Thinks child would have died  but (or Cuticura Remedies.  Mrs. Wm. Hunt, 250 Falrmoiint Ave.,  Newark, N. J.i Whole body a muiw of. raw,  torturing eczema. A cony was beyond wordR.  Htlr all fell out and cars seamed ready to  Clothing would stick to hle������din  ned death would soon end leiirn  suffering. Cuticura itemed lea cooled the itch  drop off.  IHO,  flefll  ������!  Ini, bleeding flesh at once and eoon cured her.  Mm*. J. B. Itenaud, 277, Mentnna St.,  Montreal; Treated by doctors VH yearn tor  bid eczema on leg. It peeled from knee  down; foot like raw flesh. Doctor ml vised  cutting leg off. . Decided to try Cutleui*  lUmodk-.s first. In two months' use oi Cull-  curu ItemedItJi she was cured,  Mrs. Nora Emmott, 20, Lena Gardens,  Brook Green, Ixnidon; Two little glrlx Iuul  dreadful t>c������lp trouble that doctors culled  -ringworm. Crlcl with intense Itching. Hospital treatment gave frightful pain but did  no pood, Huft*r������-d three yeur*. cured by  three sets of Cuticura Hoap and Ointment.  H. A. Krutskoft, 6714 Wabnuh Ave..  Cliieago: viehlnrr eruption sprond from hundu  to body, Literally tore his skin off in nhrods.  Doctorn and remwli.* did no good, Cuticura  Soap, Ointment and I'llls ������iopix>d Itclilng  quickly and cured dUeiue In thren weeks,   '  Frank Gridley. .ia.") E. 43rd Ht��������� New York:  In twenty-four hours he became rnw from  Iliad to foot with a dreadful burning Itch.'  tBuflered agonies and could not lie down or  ���������Hup. Cuticura Hoap and Cuticura Ointment  cured him In a dingle day.  Wrti. Kste Proyphftm, 200 Dewoy fit.,  llennlngton, Vt.i    lUuii came on liur tiuliy  Royal  Velvet.  In the ancient borough of Sudbury  \n Suffolk the few remaining hand  loom weavers are hard at work making- the velvet for the coronation  robes.v .  Among the number are the Misses  Foakes, members of a family Df  weavers who in days past were make**?  of bunting for the royal navy. In  their cottage, which was once visited  by the Queen, are two hand loom? on  which are two lengths of bvautiful  velvet, one rich crimson ia color and  the other dark brown.  The weavers are seated when at  their looms, their feet working pedals  resembling those of an organ. There  ar two sets ot threads, the visible one  forming the back of the material, and  the other the pile, each of these being  delicately threaded through vertical  threads known as the harness. The  weaver passes the shuttle backward  and forward, and each wnrp and weft.  is pressed home by a .swinging wooden frame. A cutter which runs across  the loom oh a wire cuts the threads  to make the pile. :'J  The process of manufacture is slow  and tedious. The time is occupied  not so much in the weaving as in the  cleaning. At each foot or so made  the "weaver uses a curious knife like  a spokeshave and shaves the surface  of the velvet to clean it. .There are  now not mora than thirty hand loom  weavers left in Sudbury, the Misses  Foalkes being among tho number.  The rows of weavers' cottages, now..-'<tJc������  cupied by other artisans andj general  workers, show the extent of the in-,  dustry fifty years ago.  \ _,-���������,rill,r  A Plea for Rubbernecks.  Be good to the rubbernecks. They  are the people who find time to attend the weddings and who make the  Eublic opinion that decides if * tho  ride looked pretty or was a fright.  They also attend the funornls, and ;t  ia through them that busy- people  learn it the corpse looked nnturnl and  if the relatives wero as griel stricken  tin they should have been. They de-  cido if a woman's new drcfes ia becoming, if a girl makes a good match,  if a new baby is protty. They make  the wnfUment that is favornblo or opposed to a girl's singing, her piano  playing or her recitations In public.  They are the opinion makers. Be  good to them.  Nearly Hnngod as a Spy.  Perhaps the moat remarkable incident iu tne career of Senator Mucin's,  who hns just died, occurred when, ns  a young mnn, ho was fighting for tho  Union In the Civil War. Ho was cap.  ttired by a guerrilla band, nnd would  hnve been promptly hanged im a spy  hnd it not boon tor tho intorvcintion  of a member ot tho band, who recog-  ni7.'xl him ns n boyhood friond, Many  yonrs Inter, when Senator Elkins waa'  rich and famous, ho heard that tho  in ii u who had saved hia life was serving twenty yenrs in prifton for robbing n bnnk, nnd ho used his influence to bring nbout tho relcuso of hia  farmer benffnotor.  Pills over the after-effects of this  disease. Mr. P. E. Paulin. collector  of customs at Caraquet^ N.B., says:  "A few winters ago* I had a severe  attack of la grippe, which completely broke me down. I had to take to  my bed for several weeks, and although during that time I employed  a doctor I did not seem to recover  from the trouble. I was left terribly  weak, did not sleep well, had night  sweats and little or no appetite. I  was really a physical wreck. On a  former occasion I had used Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for general debility  with such great success that I decided to trv them again. I- sent for a  half dozen boxes and began to take  the Pills at once. When taking the  second box I began to feel quite a  change in my condition. I was able  to walk about the house and my appetite was improving.. From that on  1       gttlHCU        BMWIfiHl       lr-\r, J,.-'    *������^.������ ..���������     ������"-.*T ���������'...   fore the six boxes were done I was  able to return to the Office and������������������ attend to my work. I have since en-  ioyed the best of health, and think  Dr Williams' Pink Pills the best  medicine for trouble of this kind.'  Dr Williams' Pink Pills not only  promptly cure the serious aftereffects of lay grippe, but they make  well and strong all persons .Buffering  from any form, of debility \at general  weakness. These Pills have no laxative or purgative action; their mission is to make new, rich, red blood,  and thus fortify and strengthen every  organ and every paTtof, the' body.  Dr!y Williams' Pink Pills areV sold by  all medicine dealers, or sent by mail  nt 50 cents a box or six boxes for  $2.50 by addressing The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockviiie, Ont.  Ladv���������"Can't you find work?"  Tramp���������"Yessum;     but   every   one  wants a reference from my last employer." .'���������',������.  1 lady���������"Aud can't you get one?'.  Tramp���������"No,  mtitn;    Yer: see, he s  been dead 28 -years."   X    X  ���������~ i*".<.\y-i -������������������������������������,  It i8 onnior to prevent than it is to  oure. Inflammation of the .lungs Ib the ���������  eomnnnlon of neptlceted colds, nnd once  it finds o lodgmont in tho system It w  dlfflonlt to denl -with. Treatment with,  Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Byrup will  eradicate tho cold and prevent inflammi^  tion from netting in. It t������oBja little>, and  is1 as sntifttaotory aB it Is surprising in  Its results.  It's   awful   unlucky, to   thiinlc  you  know how to speculate;  i        V "-    - ��������� T      *  Wealth mnv bo within the reach of  all, but nil do not reach it.  Judge Austin, who whs among the  guests at the Law society banquet at  Bristol, told a story which* shows the  power of a woman's tears in a court  of justice. One miserably cold, night,  at the close of .a", long', sitting'of the  Bristol county court, a poor, shivering woman, with an yill-clad infant  in her arms, asked Judge-Armstrong  to stay the execution against her.  husband. Tears poured , down her  cheeks as she told, a piteous story  of want, and his honor at once complied with her " repuest. Drying ' her  eyes, she thanked him for the boon.  As she passed out of the court she  winked at the policeman at the door,  saying *. "Had the old . chap that  time!."  Anyway, you never see a man wearing his diamond collar button at the  back of his neck.  TOOKTHE ADVICE  OF HER FRIENDS  AND    DODD'S       KIDNEY       PILLS  MADE   MRS.   PAINCHAUD  ; WELL  Be Warm  Headaohe  It Tells  of Serious  Derangements  oS  the Liver and  Kidneys. -  SR. CHASE'S  IfllttlEVJ iUCD   DIHQ  iXIUIIhl    LitMl     flSLLw  You can stop a headache with powerful drugs." But it not generally  wise to do so.  A headache almost always warns  you of derangements' of the digestive.  system, the liver, kidneys or bowels.  ���������"��������� Awaken the liver to healthful action by the use of Dr. Chase's Ki'd-  neyrLiver Pills and you not only free  yourself of headache, but remove the  cause, which, will soon lead to more  dangerous results than headache.  Invigorate the action of the kidneys  by this treatment and' you take away  the dangers of Bright's disease as  well as free yourself of headache.  Pains are the result of poison in  the system and whether you _have  headache, backache or aching limbs,  you can be almost sure of relief and  cure when you cleanse and regulate  the vital organs by the use of Dr. ,  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. T'";  They   are  wonderfully  prompt,     as'  well as definite and thorough    in action.    You   can   depend   upon   them,  no matter how long standing or complicated your case,    so    long  as the...  cause   is  the   sluggish,   torpid  condi- ,  tion of the liver and kidneys. :���������  If   you   don't   feel   like   risking   25  She inherited ill-health from fier  parents, and for seven years was  a sufferer from   Kidney  arid  Heart  cents  for a  box,  write for free  sam  Trouble.  Be ready in the golden now  To do a helpful deed.  And never let the chance go by  To meet a sister's need.  Don't ������wait until another time,  For she who waits may lose  The grandest chance of all her life;  It is not ours to choose.  ���������Eden E. Eexford.  Her������9s & Home Dye  v.-'::VyTha*.--V<'AV."  ANYONE  Oan Use.      tt  ffOME DYEING has  always been more or  less of a"���������difficult undertaking���������Not so when  AVV.jjiou uw      XX  ���������ALLKINDS'  Sand for Sample  Card and Story.  Booklets .<  The JOHNSON-  RICHARDSON  CO., Limited,  Montreal. Can,  "���������%.        JUST THINK Of IT!     )  WithADY'O'LA yoii camcolor either Wool,  Cotton, Silk or Mhted Goods Perfectly with  the SAME  Dye.    No chance of using: the  WRONG Dye for the Goods yoa have to color.  Whitworth, Temiscouta .Go., Que.,  (Special).���������That she took the advice  of her friends and used Dodd's Kidney Pills is the reason Mrs. Julien  Painchaud of this place gives for the  perfect health that shows ! in her  every movement.  "I' inherited ill-health from my parents," Mrs. Painchaud says iti an interview. "For seven years my Heart"  and Kidneys bothered me. I was always tired and nervous. I could not  sleep. My eyes had dark circles  round them, and were puffed and  swollen. 'V./'.y;;vyy.''Ay'yy.  "I could hardly do my housework  I when  I   was   advised   to   try"~~Dodd's  Kidney Pills.   One bos relieved me of \  pain, and six boxes made me perfect-  lyywell."  Every woman who is feeling. fagged,  tired and worn out, should V use  Dodd's Kidney Pills. .They cure the  Kidneys, and every woman's health'  depends on her Kidneys. Healthy  Kidneys mean pure blood, ��������� and "��������� pure  blq^d carries, new -life* to run down  or^ansyVwhich' supply the body with  energyyy''  If you're a suffering woman ask  your friends. They'll tell you out of  their , own experience to use Dodd's  Kidneys Pills.  pie. A trial will convince you of  their merits. One pill a dose; 25  cents a box; at all dealers or Edman-  son, Bates & Co., Toronto.  It takes wit to admire it in others,  and dullness to glorify it in itself.  Don't worry. You are not the only  person in the world who isn't Appreciated.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper  A woman never considers a man a  bore as long as he talks to her about  herself.  . .The thorn of the rose doesn't trouble the chap who-knows how to pluck  iti Ay--'.. ���������,���������:'.     y -��������� ...V....   A"  -...���������        A  Tightness across' the chest means  a cold on the lungs. -That's the 'danger signal. Cure that cold with Ham-  lins Wizard Oil before it runs into  Consumption ot Pnuemonia..  Forty-six women were chosen as  county superintendents of schools in  Iowa at the last election.  SAihhtb Ghf������  smisKtr atODo eongloa, eases eaM% l&wut  KraurMrtmmd lnaM. . .;,,������������������ ,-Mowrtfc  A^*oman; never realizes % hpwv much  her husband doesn't )knpw until he  tries to explain something to her.  The Great-West Life Assurance Co.  TWELVE POINTS SOGGESTEb BY ITS REPORT FOR 1010.  POINT NO.  I.  A large new business means that  a-great ;'iriariy people have decided  that The Great-West Life ia the  best Company. The Great-West  Life issued insurances of ' over  $14,000,000 in Canada in 1010. ,a  now.Canadian record.  POINT No. 6.  The investments of the Great-  West Life are the safest obtainaol<*.  They are practically confined to  mortgagee on real estate yielding 7  to 8 per cent, and are secure 1 l������y  property worth more than double  the amounts advanced.  *. 'i  POINT No. 2.  ���������nd >o<>ii turned to watery, cnmtwl wwm*  ' ci-, lw������i] mid body,   " *  1 attemptii ui ci    ..... ovfd in b wpi-k by u    lleinedle* und aoon *kin wiu cluar und Uealtliy.  over (������<r, iic������������l und body, lie worn u ffurltil  ilglit and all fcttemptu ui cure were friiltlniii,  \Mtly Improvfd In a wi-i-k by um ot Culii-iira  G. J. Dane*, '27, New Ko������d, Wwit/ord,  England; Torturnd for ilvr yfurii wtili luui  ���������klu dlA<<u������ft,   Attended tioxplul t\vi> monilm,  without kiiMMi. Covrrj-d with eruption. No  *lr*p nor rem. Felt like teurftiK hiiiiM-lf tu  |i|mm with ferrthlii Itfhlnir. With llrnl uim������II-  citjon of Cuticura Ointment wan rHInvMl und  -.           ... J und  ���������ot itowl niffht'n nlMip.   In u fortnlntnt Cu lieu r a. ointment cured lilrn u* If hy iiimisU*.  Cuticura Hoap, Cuticura ointment, (Jiitlrtira  tiKta every wn*r������.   _ . .   frifTri. Corp,,*Tlftirtnn. U***.; Tnr trns ������a-pna  ltnjiolvent and Cuticura I'llUarn Mihl liydrujr-  tlnta everywtM>r������.   bond to   I'otUr IiruK it  frifTri. Coni,,*Tlft<rtnn, Mm*.,' tw "  Cuticura Jiook ou ������kln <U������c**uu  W. H. U., N������   ������M.  Her AttractlvenfiBB.  Mr. Ncrvoy���������-MlflR Roxlcy, T ndore  you.     Will you not bo my wife?  Minn Uoxley (hnufflitlly)-���������The Idea  of your proponing to n girl in my  H������i<ion!    You flliould know ]>etler.  Mr. Ni'ivcy���������I <lo know bettor, but  no richer.  Where Ignorance la Bllaa.  "lie married tlio girl Uo flrdt flaw  lry'.nn h<T hnir in her bnolc ynrd."  "I^ive nt flriit night, eh?"  "Not imi^Ii; he never knew It wm  lie Kiiiiii- ifirl "  Fnirvillo,. Sopt. 30, 1002.  Miticrd'R Liniment Co., Limited.  Dear SirB,~Wc wish to inform you  that we. conaider your MINARD S  LINIMENT n very superior artiolo,  nnd wo mo it' ns a sure relief for sore  throat and chest'. When I toll you  I would not bo without it if the prioo  wiib ono dollar a bottle, I moan it.  Youra truly,  OHAS. F. TILTON..  Good wlahcs nt tho beginning of tho  year or on ono's birthday aro plonfi-  ont. Thoy givo ua eneourngemont  and put new sent into.our IIvch. After all, howovor, good wlshos will not  come U*uo by tho moro wishing. Wo  mnko our own yearn, and whothor  thoy nru happy nnd beautiful or not  will depend on the kind of livlriff wo  put Into thom. ~J. R. Millor.  It la WUe to Prevent 0l������ordor\������-Wnny  nniiHftH load to disorder* of tho ftomaoh  and few aro fr������o from tliom. At tno flret  manlrMtatlon that th^. ������omn������h an* Mvw  aro not, jnurformlTitt thoir f"^'0" ������  nourHA of Parmoloo'u. V������P������tn.blo PUIn jhouW  ho trlod, nnd it will ho found that tho  dlBoidlvo oriranii. Will apoodlly r^������m������  hoiilthy action. JjaxaltvoH amf ������������������ln.tivo������  aro ho hloiulojl In thiwo P"^-"������?* **  othor preparation oould bo so oircotlvo aa  thoy.  This was not tho result of a spasmodic effort. The Great-WoRt Life  has been u leader ih Canadian bua-  IneBn in four auccesilve yeara:  1007  1008  1000  1010  $ 0,401,472  0,008.700  *    0,801,022  14,300,055  POINT No. 6.  Next In Importance ia economy  of management. No other Canadian Company hiia lower expense  rutcs than tho Gront-Wost Lifo.  POINT No. 9.  Tho policies of The Great-We.������t  Life aro clear, business-like documents, containing all possible privileges. A liberal Disability Clause  insuring against disability from acoident or disease is contained in all  lQll with-proflt contracts.  POINT No. 10.  Tho following tablo illustrates  lomd features of the Company's  business. 1010.       Increase.  Business Issued       '  nnd revived,.., $ 14,014,548   4,320,540  Gain in bus.  in   Fowo   ...   10,034.441   4,800.541  Now Bub. paid  'for       13,177,021   3.240.8&2  ARflOtfl         8,440,811    1,584,08ft  8urplus for .protection of policy*  holders $1,001,777.  MoHt pooplo hnvo pootry  noulR���������but only a fow li  enough to keep it thoro.  in  IttVO  their  HCllHO  POINT No. 3.    .  A largo .increase in business in  force means that the policyholders  are pleased with the policies they  have purchased nnd are glad to renew thom. Tho Canadian business  in force of tho Gront-Wost Lifo increased during 1010 by noarly $11,������  000.000���������another rocord,  POINT No. 4.  The moat important factor in producing proAts is tho lntorast rato.  An incTonso of two points in thia  respect will enable any Oompany to  doubla Ua profits.. The Great-Went  Llfo's intorest rate ls higher thnn  that ,0.1 any othor Company in tho  world.   It is 7 por cont. not.  POINT No. 7>  It requires, leas effort nnd conie.  quontly loss cost to soil Gront-Wost  Life policies, because tho premium  rat'OB are tho lowest and tho profitB  aro tho highest.  Nothing succoodB like suocoss,  POINT No. 8.  Tho following is an illustration ot  tho quinquennial profits being paid  in 1011 on tho 20 Paymont Lifo Plan  ago at entry 35.  nonus. Cash. Fivo yonr  Policy Issued in Reduction  1000............ $ 07   $28.25   9 0.15  Pulley Ibbued lit    ,  1001       85     30.85      8.75  Policy issued In ...   ...     . . ���������.. ,  1600... 100     52.00     11.50  POINT No. II.  The Dirootors of TJib Gront-WcHt  Llfo nro nil experienced buHinois  mon particularly'woll qunlinod to  manage a Oompany Investing in the  West.  A. Macdonald, J. H. Brook  Goo. F. Gait, P. C. Mclntyro.'  R. T. Riley, Goo. R. Crowe,  A. M, Nanton, A. Kelly,  Goo, W. Allan,   A. C. Flwmnrfolt,  F. Nation, Sir Daniel II. McMillan.  POINT No. 12.  Dotniled figures oBtabliBliing the  abpVo statomonto aro contained In  tho Government Bluo Boole on In  suranco, and in tho Company's reports. Writs to the Company for  the 1011 Annual Report, and if you  state dato of birth, complete information Ahowing oont und benefits  wilt bs" sent.  X  ;9  if  I  I  i y ^ :   y  saoaoB  M  THE    CRESTONi    B.  C,    EEVIEW.  '������������������'��������� ���������>:  ������>���������  Evolution of the Cutlet  c  . ?**.  "When we begin using" other meats  &s      th^yj-must, be .chopped.'^ (    .  ���������rCt      ������*"*,?   -A    *        ,      ;L    i j' A .;*.  'i'Tr,������il^F3.<;*jtlpt as we know it Is a very  '���������    *sa'fl&KRt * iblng-. ,froi������~^Jiat, ^ U.  - "1      meant "to our grandmothers.  . .* In their day It was of veal, a  cut from ^the loin or possibly from the  rib, to' be 'crumbed and fried and eaten  with peas, or perhaps with tomato sauce,  ihe slight acidity of ~ihe~ ratter* making- it  - a suitable adjunct to the rather negative,  flavor of the meat. '  If grandmother were English In birth  or breeding, she probably was familiar  with mutton cutlets, cut from the neck  or  from   the   loin;   while,  if J she   were  .  Scotch,    she   knew-_<-the    cutlet's    first  cousin, the collop���������a Slice liketa'.cutlet, ���������  . but cijt from the leg of veal or mutton..  -None of these, however, as I havO  said, bear more than a distant resemblance to^the������cutlet as we,have it _today.  .Not onJy have^we devised novel methods  of cooking it that, were never, dreamed  ������jf by a former generation^ but \fre have"  evolved an entirely new.-school of cutlets, made of chicken and game, of fish  and of lobster. For my i own part, I am  quite prepared to havo 'clam cutlets  offered me'as a culinary novelty, and I  really -see^po reason why :ihey .would not  be qui'te as reasonable as cutlets of  lobster! ~~  Though we may smile at the innovation,., ..we may yet^own^,that t^he resists  of the inventions sire extremely* good  and "that they furnish that longed-for  boon to l the housekeeper���������something  different for the .table from the hackneyed round of roast, broiled, boiled and  fried, of which we tire, vary it as we  may by fresh combinations and unfamiliar sauces. -7  The cutlet as It Is best known, even  now. is of veal, and is usually served  fried with bacon, either plain or breaded.  My own favorite method of preparing  it is to have the cutlet-trimmed into ���������  pieces not , rnuah larger than a silver  dollar, to have these pounded witb tbe  head of a hammer or a hatchet,  sprinkled with a few drops of lemon  juice, then t rolled in cracker crumbs,  dipped. Into beaten egg, rolled in cracker  crumbs again and fried to a good brown  - in deep   hot fat.   Tomato sauce may be  servea    with    them.     When    tney   are  cooked   In  this   way   they   are   a  quite,  different thing from the veal cutlet as  most ot us know it.   The treatment with  , the hammer breaks up the rather tough  fibers and the meat is more easily masticated. And veal requires thorough,  mastication to make it anything but a  menace to the ordinary digestion.  This rtcipe may be varied aliitle'by  omitting the lemon juice, peppering  , and salting' the cutlets sliglnly, dipping: them In beaten egg and then in  ' grated parmesan cheese before rolling  In breadcrumbs and frying them.  This is an Italian touch and seldom  fails to please any one who tries lt.  The-cutlet may also be broiled satisfactorily, "but for this   very tender  "'veal should be  chosen, and this, too,  ..Bhould be hammered ja. little after lt  ��������� Is   divided "into   pieces   of   the   right  lBlze,,^o rnabeAthem still more\ter^der,  m lay them wln'av little salad oiV ti which' *  ,*y.ou have added pepper and salt at discretion "and leave them in this for'flf-  -teen minutes before cooking, turning  pthepcMfieverj^ .times in-''the oil tbath.  '"Broll.'thems������rbr/ eight*- or  ten   minutes,  W$J.  J GT-SSKV ^jK(^^- *������.Jj  u  v������������������ "\ h  iSL*  SS  VS  of    poultry     may    be    prepared    by  either of the recipes given above, and  may be served in any one. of several  different  ways.    They  are   attractive  arranged around a mound of mashed  potatoes or of i potato balls  cut'a la  Parislenne,   or  about "��������� green   pfeas   or  string beans   thus mounded,  or they  may be  served in  the  middle of  the  dish with  a border  of French  fried  potatoes   or    fried,  tomatoes    or    of  boiled  rice.    A sauce  may  be  poured  over them, or they may be served plain.  I   have   already   spoken   of   the   to--  mato sauce, but for cutlets of chicken  a    cream    sauce    is     better,     or    a'  bechamel  or a  mushroom sauce.    The  first  is  nothing  more   nor  less  than  the ordinary white sauce, made with 5  a   tablespoonful   each   of  butter   and  flour  and a  half pint  of cream,   tne  ' first*   two    ingredients    cooking    together   until   they   are   blended   and  bubbling,   and   then   thinned   by   the  addition of the hot milk stirred into  them until the sauce is the thickness  of double cream.   Salt and white pepper to taste are then added and tha  sauce  is ready/  The " bechamtf! sauce, for/ all its  French name, is no more elaborate.  It is made in precisely the same -way.  except that, instead of using a half  pint of cream, the half pint of fluid  is composed of equal parts of cream  and strained ^.and seasoned chicken  stock. The process  exactly the same.  '-'Put them in" a cold place before frying."  .**#        vr% *������ I** 1 *������ ty        {C! ���������  While a mushroom sauce follows  the same general plan, there are a  few variations. Here, as in the others,  a tablespoonful each of butter v and  flour and a half pint -of liquid 'are  required, but the flour must be  browned, the liquid must be half  brown stock or gravy and half  mushroom liquor, and after it has  reached the correct stage of thickness���������that    of v heavy    cream���������a    half  cupful of chopped mushrooms  and a  tablespoonful   of   sherry   should    be  , added   to   the   sauce   with   the   other  seasoning of salt and pepper.  A dish of chicken cutlets, even if  made from lert-over cooked meat,  served with a mushroom sauce and  French fried potatoes or" green  peas,    makes   as    attractive   a   lunch-  *&cn  as  you  need wish  for  a guest or  for the family.  But there are other cutlets besides  these, as !L have already intimated.  Cutlets of flsh are usually made of  minced flsh, though I have seen  salmon and halibut cut into pieces  shaped like cutlets and broiled op  fried in shallow fat. The fish or  lobster or crab or oyster cutlet, as  we usually meet it, is prepared in a.  less   simple   fashion.    It  is   made  on  the   same  cutlet.  For a fish cutlet of any soVt^the  fish must be boiled first and then  flaked up fine and prepared with a.  sauce for the cutlet state.*" Tfcu������ recipes following will give suggestions  ' which may be easily developed and  elaborated by those'desiring to carry  further  the  cult  of  the  cutlet.  1 X    ���������  crab Cutlets _.  These inay be made in precisely, tha  same way as the lobster";   *(i '**']   '7  Oyster Cutlets  Cook the oysters in their own liquor  until the edges begin to curl, then  take them out and 'chop;thom flne-'}To  eacii pint , of ~$hcm, after they "ara  chopped, allow a ' tablespoonful each  of butter and flour, cook together  until they bubble, and put with them  a half pint of the 'oyster- liquor. When  the sauce is thick and smooth, put in  the chopped oysters and a beaten egg.  take from the fire, season with salt  and   pepper   and   the   juice of  half  a  lemon,   let   all   stand   until   entirely  cold, form into cutlets, dip in beaten  cetk and breadcrumbs and fry in deep  fat.   ,.  Si m.     , Si  ,       ,0 _^m  IMPORTANT NOTICE  ���������jnECAJJSE of the enormous  #5 number of letters sent, ro  "���������"���������* t}te ^Exchan'gc. 7 must, ask  contributors to limit their communications to too words, except  itircases of .formulas >or recipes  which require greater apace,, 1-  toant jail, mv correspondents-, to  have a '^showing in the , Corner,  and if mv request in this respect  is complied with, it will to possible' to print many noi*el letters.  I  ��������� *  kWfcii ebtofer������^'  "X  cheesecioih to exclude Insects and '.cave the  cask alone  for two or  three  months.    By  then fermentation should have ceased. Draw  ofi! verv carefully,  not to disturb the sediment, and zurn into oottles.   Cork and seal.  , Keep in a onx of sand,  lay ns* the bottles  I upon their sides.   T. E. H, (Atlanta, Qa.).  - Here   aba������n  I   pause   to   remind'   tho  housemother  who   asked   for   the -foregoing recipe that canned tomatoes! maybe   vped\ instead, ot   fresh,-'should   her'  impatience  to try  the fcrmula'-prevent  her;fr$m waiting eight months'or more.  ��������� ',, lyXyJ.ar'it-insC^ke  -% .  AU6w ihb.^to support VR. '���������.p.'',  (ChlPtiKO)  upojmhe lard question.'  I havo mode-cftKes '  for > tiiore th������������fli  eleven   ypar������,   nnd  not'i wlo  of t-hetti-luid^a, blt'ot butter ������in* it.   I$'.have  they   ate, nnd.  I might cajl. Its 'h'aturarint&te/'i The 'v,eol(  j cutlet, inade of plct'ln^and* tinmlhcod'  ^ meat, is a';v.er$K simple aflldlr.. "Vttften  1.we begin :u8lng.. othor^ meats, for the.  I cutlet, they mil'tft' be?Oh'oppod first.. 'Vf ���������' ���������?'  ���������lj' Theiie is,, the chicken cutlet, for ln-  fstahco.    What  is "It, after oil,  but a  N. ,B.���������The yellow dishes arc thicker and:  bettbr vfor.rthlBvpurpose than  mare  dainty?  tornm.-- ���������..-���������'.���������        -.-'... .   T,  ware.;",   ... .,  r 1 Select.trlDo ponohop. of the best quality.*'  Pare and cut them in halves and fill tho;  dish ' with thom. . BprInitio whiter, auffar  thlokly ovor thom, about half a .tsup to a*  quart. of ueoches,, .and. bake- slowly xtor ani  .hour.   The aisli must' hot bo covered whllo.  "i modified   croquette7<. The   chlokon  la .    tii-Oobblei>aa bauinas    . ,A   >-f  Jlchopp'cd.'Ja aau^iiifl'^ador^y^cooMnfT^r'&m^T-^^ ^M^K'-va.'  ��������� tbgotliefn- tablespoonful' of flour and **"*" * " "'" u" ���������1*1-1���������-.  rt'fci'CT<W(^tiv^ir^<^>}-'vi^fn|i^w.'-m*'.,*<rc'-*'t*������.-rfi.-������ i(iw*������i.i"ii.>*i. ������������������. ������������������"������'- '''���������  Ijlilokons, adding a beaten-���������*������, putting ��������� ;,?K-^ fTcVtho 0cannU^oi������ol,������u8^  Jn tho mtncod chicken, vpoaaonlng to     to make up for the lnck of tho^natural  tasto and sotting the rtlxturq Vnojdo  !to become cool. At'tho'Vtafeo^.wli^n^l^  Is stiff onoutfh to handle it should bo  .���������hoped Into cutlets, and thoso may bo  rolled in o^e and cracker crumbs, thon  dropped injto boiiiner fat and cooked  ���������to a scood lirown. -'; <y,X':yA:AX  Xi But chlckoVioutlotH-'may.'bo mndo my.  a, foBhlonVwTilcli rondora tnom quito a  ^different thing from croquottoo maa-  quoradintf; undor   another   pame.    l<\)r '  thia dish uncooked'chickon'iflnijode^"  ~two cups of clthor tho whito or-tho-  dark meat, or both, minced flue and  qualified by thoy add! tion ,of a tablo-  opoontul of boilbd ham, alao Imlncod  fine; a toaapoonful of onion Julco, a  . eduplo of triblonpoonfuls each, of  cream and* moltod buttor .<arid tho  beaten yollc of an ogg. Aftor thoso  aro all mlxod there may. bo added to  thom a cupful of freah . hroadorumba  soaked until soft in a half cupful of  hot milk, and the mixture, when cool  and stiff, may bo mado Into outlet  ahnpa with the hands and fried aa before.  Thl-a dlali Ib rather more trouble to  ���������prepare than tho ono mado from,.,tho  cooked moat,, but It, has an entirely  difforont flavor from tlio ordinary  chicken outlot or croquetto.  Cutlet* of -veal, or lamb, or any. kind  juicos,   , ,",,.,; ^ ;_.., ,   -:yy i   "><%  Carrot Plum Pudding  In a number ot tho lCschanRa published  a lonjr Whllo nan I wns requested to vend in1  tho roolpo for carrot puddlnw;approved by  nuiy  lioimehpld,    In   hot   wpathar, wo  Pi'������-  f^nvdiotiiotCd^BBorta to hot rpuddlnirs.  Now  th������ lattnr a^ wolcome. r comply, with tho  , court������dus rwntest, alluded - to n.y ><lndosln������  myi rule for ninklna a plum puddltiKyuslntf  carrots. v  Ono  cun  eaoh  of brawn ��������� suRar,   seeded  rnlnlnn.   ciounort   currants,   srated   oarrots,  , utmiJiioii  Huut,. mined  nut  HioaU  (ahnoiiUM.  pooafia and, ICnitllsli  wolnuts>,   IU oups, of  'Hour a������id I teaspoonful of soda dusolvoil In  .,. hot^water,     .   ������,    ..   ... .���������-.-.���������  Mix as  you  would  cnlio nnd  ������t������am  for  tliicii  Iiouih.    Gcrvo    with  hard  or    with  ��������� afid'Rrav?&i lt./p. (,<Port Haven. Mich.).   ;  Otlior  contrlbutora   who   hnvo   en ten  carrot   plum   pudding   tcBtify   to   the  ��������� who!c80incnoaar and    pnlntnbienoaa .of  ii the compound, which aeoms odd to aomo  ������ or ua,   We nro indebted to tho mombor  from Michigan tor a conclao, compro-  hontilvo and novel roclpo,  tiumiected ,thnt. th������.,oako������     ���������.,   ___  piAlitoil .wdvomhortencd -witli nothlnKielHO.'  ^aid'oostrf leas than -butter and'one-'usoa t  leas, for It la "ahortor" than butter. <.������������������ ������������������' ���������  ������������������; ��������� I inclose my favorite., recipe. , Spme ono ;  rnayilllte it;" It ^Wycry. easy.v. The'-quan- ;  tltv here prescribed .makes -two good-Blued ;  fcakoa.*'���������'��������� V,?V.'���������'���������;'.-'v*    'i-'1  \'������*r"',y ��������� >*���������������"���������    ���������;    ���������  ' i;    A. Ch^ap an^VAQoodyPdJ^ii . i,.:.  I Two cups ,ofsu^r;;.%,orw* .cun, ji'f/:.lard, ;  or  lv-OfAibuttei'i. f~cupf,ul -oB'Sweet milk:  ������������������  8 ecus; .3 .oups .of..flour,,. aMtetttwlce ,WHU ,8 ���������  rounued teuupoonfuls or' bniune>-powder: If  lard bu ,ubui1, eult: to taatvi, ..jAny luivoilnif  you liko.   ''i>-.'.(������������������*'������������������  *���������������������������'������������������'   >'.������������������.Fv������i -���������"'.'.  y, 1  muke,,one.4loat, ana, t|> .stwi^Inyor enko  from" tills?1   For  thft  laye^.cako  i��������� somo-  tlmoB imilio thia fioatlim: v,*������l: - * v j ^i.    ;  iOno cupful of powdered rftilar; I'tCflspbon-  ful of butter,  rubbod  well Into the .auRar; .  3. tcAHpoonfuts'Of powdered'or*flxated cltflco; ;  lato, 4 tablespoonfuls ot- boiling eoffee and  ' 0,'etsyr drops !;;of.i-vanUJiu:V4.5������������������{&?x&X'-W>*fc  'This frosting'novor. v9rlai'1nto-''haran������n;������'  If  you -euro .to. uso  this,   you,may.    If  ���������-.not, iny. fcollims will not l>o ilioadfol v hurt.  ���������  "���������:���������.    v I. E, P.  (from Mlchlaan).  SenBlblo woman, not: to koop feelings '  within dan-jcrously'caay rcuch! May !���������  oak If tlio combination of ooffoo and-  chooolato In the froBtrngjuf the cake is f  orlRlnnl with your clttveKlioU?   I novor  days when the Incrustation of -lme attracted to It becomes very thick. Then  get,a clean shell. >  Peanut ��������� Brittle   and   Mexican  "'Kisses    '' ���������'  Kindly rIvo a consta'tif reader a recipe for  "peanut brittle." .Thin la 'not. the nard  peanut tnrtv. but Is made in thin layers and  broken Into pieces. '  ������   ���������������'    >    . <    "    "wi  Also for maklner tho_ "white Mexico"  with num.        .���������  ' MAMTIfl Ij. -(Peru. III.).  %   Peanut Brittle ,. .  Mix together. (atlrWngijusitsendugh to  Incorporate th.o .Ingredients) .a cupful,  each, of molasses and browhyeugar, two  tahle^iponnfiils of molted t butter.; and a  ' tablespoonful'pf vinegar. Put them ovel*  tho flro and* boll' Tvlthout - stirring until  a Httle dropped into cold0 water will  harden and be brittle. A'dd, tnert, a cupful of blanched peanutss'i'Ciirtemovev. im-���������  mediately from the Are; stlrr In .a. loa-  Hpoonful of baking '6odaj;.givO va' few;  quick twirls of tho spoon; > tynd' pour  upon buttered pans. V      <���������   ��������� 1  is this not what yoii mean by "'whito  Mexico with nut a"?-   ,<->������������������;   y.>v;-'(nVi-  Mexican V Jtlsae8;> 'Vj :,  Mix lightly together threo-.cupfuls.of  light brown sugnr nnd' a cupful of perfectly sweet milk. put:.ovor thoflroiand  boll until.a littlo dropped into cold water  makes .a' soft ball wlion kneaded with  -Wio: flngorB.   Bo careful not to have the  ��������� flro' so hot as to scorch tho candy, Add  a tablespoonful of 1 butter; -at* soon us  this la fairly hot, take tho kottlo from  . 1-tho 'ranBe,-, flavor; with vanilla extract  and stir in a' cupful of nuts���������English  walnuts; hickory nutfor pocana-ibrokon  Into bits. ... ���������   ���������  Turn out upon a,1 woll-buttorod;platter  and, as It coola, mark Into squares���������  "klBBea"���������with a knlfo.  tie while ago,' I can tell you how- the.na- ,  tlves of our suit coast do the work.  They use a. pleco or line emery, cloth, .or .  other cloth with a roughened surface, dipping it in emery dust anq rubbing- untiball ,  foreign matter Is removed from the riur- \  face of tha shell, bringing out into view the '  natural tints. . .        " r> r ^ f,������ .  Then they rub briskly with nn oiled cloth  until a luster like varnish appears- upon the  shell. ' * ������. ''*..'*  Qcinerally.   when  I' polished  senshellfl   or  seabeune, I used at the last a light coating  of kOoU copal ov japan1 Varnish, to prevent .  them from belriR soiled in the handnns.  *  , Ii Hopo-thia 1 may  be/of .service, to yoi^r i  Lor Angeles correspondent, as I havo used  -this method or,enhancliyjtne natural beauty  of many BeashcilB.' "  , ,     M. W��������� R, (Lonsinir. Mich.).  'The" most careless reader of out" Exchange cannot overlook tho ��������� pleasing  fact that lt grows more and more  worthy of Its name. Our hauuomothers  watch for opportunities of mutual helpfulness and improve theso nobly. Brio,  ;Who, haa cut ,.QUt^.clD,snltlcd and pro- :  served  In ,'convenlejrt ���������!#tivrm;" the letters  'that havo flppeareO*hi?re.during the year  just gono haa a domoatic encyclopedia  of rare excellence.' She' must note, too, ;  what nils  the editorial  heart with af-  ,,fectlonate, satisfaction���������to . wit,;.that an  amaalngly   small   percentage   of   puu-  liahed dueriOH and roqutstB remain, unanswered.   It IS   : . A.     ", '  ",."'.  "As If wo watched,and waited,  Scanning ono another's motions,  ever on  tho,������lort for,,ohancofl to  good and to cCmmunlcato."  , Which,.,by the,woy, was our, flrat Ex*  change motto;     ���������     ':   * ���������  ,,able to hold _your, hand In it., with com--  f ort. Turn' Into a deep "pan large*  enough,.to) j contain the^artiale )u,toybe:  Cleaned 'and treat .It 'exactly as' you*  would wash. it>In*sudp���������rubbing gently  antr faithfully' betWeen" yoxlr^lingers.  This done, throw away the grimyi'flQU*'  and cover tho stuff with clean 'flour  without, the salt. Throw a cloth over  ���������all to keep 'out' duet' and leave .fbuBpror  twenty-four tyoura. Then shako and  brush out ahe flours '*-������������������ 1 - . >������j -i-������ / tii *>������.  You muy uso flno white meal In place  of flour,.if yoa like.' Stuffs "^leiinea  without \vettlng remain clean longcif  than when ���������'wnsnod. v if <wetl- done,'-' the  effect Is entirely satisfactory.     Ilf  To, Can jSweet Sell Peppers  1 nm -Hla'aWo' bo able iit oris Wer' tha  Inquiry ro������p������������ctlnar canning, sweet poppers,  J ;��������� have had -grotIfying-success <'wit������ytho  foliowlnR:     ,'.,-..��������� ..-.-,,..     ������������������'���������������������������. ���������:,.,,,���������'������������������,������������������:���������������������������..���������:,.������������������������������������    .  -.y, Out oitrtho stem/end. remove *the',s<Mtflav  and   cut   tho   peppers . into  narrow, strips.  yCov������r with bolllpg water, a little soitc and.  leave  in   a   vessel:with   a  close  top   ror  twenty-four,,, houraj,., Drain  woiytlumyandii  wnBU in clear, cold water.    Pack In quart  added a cupful or sugar and 2 small sticks  otv; dUyMMnon;', iJlAtytpe ';jM>Pl������rf 1 jclqgsiy *���������  In  Dnaroomu'iliat.'the xptippotsi CcfoisYy  covMcdV stand In this for tlireo dnya.   Then  '���������������������������' .x&Vfl <'rf*iWli,'EB,lS������*- ������haytvlh*������ari'inour It,,  ' ..ji������* '     bapk-over,tho popbors and seal whllo hot.  "?     i -.'���������*?*.n,<",t,i'.������T9 fi*Pfl''ra. w;lth a fewv������r������������n.i  rSqmk LefiiQver Recipes-, a k ���������  orlRinnl with your ciovorvaoirr   1 novor        TKa'ij^raBnondent  from whoso letter  ���������JrOTX^tte-^^ott^ffi SSd ' Vjjjjf" ago auppllea more of the Barno  odor a������ the be* 4alry butter?,   , . .���������   ,;   ,A ^^ ^ ^q^    . -  I'lcufnod It from "tiie Mc'x leans;  : Lay-.tliom- In a breailpnn in*  ovunnnrt lenv  begin   to  a"   '  me  tha  envn them thera until tha ski  ._    brown   slluhtly.'    Then   NpriiiH  watur oulnlily ovor tiiotn and cover with  OK    -*--���������       " "  "    "     "  cloth  to stoam  .whloli' tlia BldnB may bpnjiuo  Mrs.   6.   A.  (Vorost,  Ind.).  bdorato  skins  klo  a  fow  minutes,  aftor  - ������������������-A off Aiutily.  An Oti Wine  I am sanding aha aooompanylng recipe In  ago.,   ir vou havo not already publlnlied ������tl-  -    p������ for th������ bftverago. thia'  ��������� **"  hvM Job of nklnnlng tho poppora no  Usually performed lu no dlaagrooablo  that wo nro Indobtod to you for tho simple dovfoo.  Lime in a Kettle  ..^.-w.toll mo how to gat.the  - ~  posit out of my ..teakettla anil bow to IW  * Loft-dver green beans make an excellent  luncheon salad, with a French dressing and  tno addition of small cubos of cold potutooa.  >' - "Warmed-Over Com  ��������� Cut'oold -boiled corn from tho cob ���������' (or  tuo, drulnod..canned corn that has . boen  cuokod). una put'over tho movo with a  half can of.Dtrftinod,tomatoes and naif of  a swoot > b<>ll peppar���������aoaldcd and shroddod  after aeuillng. Cook until limHtid ull  through, and you havo a dish no ona would  over think ..of na a. left-over. A littlo  onion, * parboiled and mlnood. Is an .improva-  rnont,:       y_  Fronoh Way of BVylng Orecn Corn  y.o .oyory..e jaara cfct. .tram _iJi<j_qob_yflw)  , into a _  iho beat ollvo oil to cover the bottom  add 4 bolL  Hue,, Into  poppera���������soeilod, scalded and, out  frying pan nour Just.enough^of  rootloii  tha beverage," thia may not ba  it !��������� taken from a cook boon  una Tor  unwelcome,    .. ._ ...  thlrly-llvtt y������nr������ old,  , Tomato-Wlno  topreiB  tho Juice  from olo  plBfe  rw a ������y im  (������ on   fermenting,, Btlr from tho bottom and pour  Into   a   oaak.    Cover   th*   bungliol������v with  Wensa tall mo how to get. the lime de-  .toslt out of my .teakettle am*  vent  the   r������-rnrni������lion   of ��������� It.  Mra. ir.tr. T. (imtralt, Mloh.).  Fill tho kottlo with vlnogar, diluted  with ono-llfth na muoh water. If tha  vlnogar bo weak, add no wator. Covor  itho kottlo and bring to it boll. ICoop  this up ror twonty minute". By thon tho  llmo should bo dl-tlntogrntfld aiimolontiy  for you to aornpe it off In flake*. Will  tho kettle Again with wator that haa  been boiled beforo and coolod. Hlnao  nml put a. oloan oyster  Koop it there,  removing*  Put  rippers   when   tlio   oil  tliey ������m done, stirring  pholl into it.  it every fow  1 In   tlio'~'06rh" and   ,  hjatea and coolc mill  ��������� flno son before serving. I put this laat,  tout '<��������� 'b by no. hi.-hiijk Imw, ������ur������ily moro  drshes 1 aro made unpalatable for lack. of  proper seasoning thon from ony n>her  , cause. Mra, M, U, IC, (has Angela*, Cal.).  . If canned corn be BUbBtltuted fer ;aw  In tho foregoing roclpo, .It should bo  turnod from Iho can and dralnod dry  beforo ualng.  W.  To Polish Seashelh  In. answer to the (nnnlry  aei-ahoils, pulillshnd in the  n������ to pollshln  Kxolianga a "'  Passion-Flower Jelly  Can you tell-mo .Iiow to mako ���������Jelly of  tho fruit of the passion-flower vine? I hnve  heard of this. My porch is covered with, the  vine, and' tho large pulbllko fruit Is yellow  with ripeness,  . Can you-holp moi.to���������a. rcolpe fprjjtllla-  Ing it in Jelly? E. J. W. (Oakland, Cal.).  1 liavo caton tho ripe passion-flower  halls, and I recall tho odd but plcaaant  acid. I boo no reason why you should  not treat thom a������ you would any other  tart fruit. Cut them up and pack Into  a Btono jar without wator. Set In a  doop kottlo of warm water and bring  .slowly to tho boll, Leave thom In the ' 'a  hot-water kettle, cloudy covered, until 1r  the fruit Is soft enough to bo strained  through a chccoccloth bag. McaBure:  allow a pound of Rugar to each pint  of liquid. Put tho latter bnck- over tho  Are, Spread the sugar In shallow pans  and set In an'open oven to hont. When  tho Julco has boiled twonty minute**,  turn in the hot augar and *t!r until it  Ib dissolved. Lot It boll 1 minute anil  All Jelly-glaBBOH heated by rolling thom  In hot wator, leaving them wot, Whon  oold, oover with moltoa parafllno and lit  on metal topB.  Thcuo aro gonernl rules for Jollying  frultH of all ItlndH which cannot bo  altered to tho advantage of tho con-  gorvo. I havo uaed thom for forty years  and novor had a failure.  Salt and Flour for Cleaning  , You once printed directions for dry-cleaning fabrics of different kinila with a mixture  or salt and. flour. _ Please nublUb them  agnln, for the benefit or  a cdNBTANT nteAWcn (Ban Tivanelsco,  Cnjf).  To *ne|i quart of flour allow a heap*  Ing tnblenpoonful of aalt, 81ft toirathar  iwloo nnd spread In broad. pftnn. * Sot  tho p������n������ in the opon ovon. atlrrlng oftaa  until the flour ia warm.   You should bo  _ j_  v "-.'��������� jyy'M&,'itfyulfownviu������,:.,wii,).  ���������If "fiinlior' 'cvldeheo off '������������������wliat 1 tvaa  ���������mylngr Junt now. of tho (Community, a*,  intereat- preValcMt in our gfeat fnMIly'  were needed., wo havo, lt��������� In.,.M^Jpt^.c  Our Wisconsin member of oiir 'JioUbo-  liokl of faith (and works) has watched  10 nomo purpoBO, and Is "glad" to tako  ,vpi :the..������tltch idfoppod...fromi onother'a  ���������needle.   "80 evor mote It bo!"      y  For Leather - : i  fl   iH.\.  Kindly tell me what oil rnlxtura to ub*  upon Spanish  leather, l  ,   iNTKJUBSTWlb (Brooklyn., N[/ Y.).r  I   know  of   nothing hotter  for  fl������6*. ���������  leather (hnn neAt'a-foot oil.   Apply with  a  cloth   wrung  out   in   the  oil,    nub,,  m thorouKhly������i1mt do notvitet chough  on to make the nurfaco "gummy." .   ;  Scripture Cake  in/-  r by  wrlto tout Afi������ 'reblpe' lij'full* "ror  bllcal cake" inquired for by "A, K. ������*  1 lii������yt-. aev#r ettiun.ibu cqhe, but I aul as  aured   that  It   will  keep t<      "      '     "  fe  ." t;'wrtta  __   ,._,  "biblical cake" liiqulrv-0  J lii������yt-. ������ev#r vklun iUi> ....... .._  aured  that It  will keep for many months  ond lie all Jhe vmm.for.'kfiping...v.-aii.-iir 11  Mrs. VS. It, ii, (Portland, tnd.).  Am other roctpoa for tho scriptural  cake havo . merelyi giveri jrororonce*.  leaving rondora to look thoBO.up,, I am  glad t������ innaH that -contributed by our  Portland friond:  Thnt'ScrlpturaV Ofike      ^   r  l ciiP of butt*r������-Juilit*B, v. ������5. .-..  m cutis or flout���������1 Kings, tfv. ������. ���������"  '  g ������up������ of augar-*/������remla>i..W. !������.  t cups or ranmnnxl Hamuel. xxv. 11  - ������������i*i* ot nxti���������lJiutmii-i, X.KX, l'J.  I ������������ii������ or water-������Clei������������sis. axlv. tt, ���������   ���������  l cup of Aimonds���������aem'slK, xilll, 11,    ,      '  MttlA aaTt~l-evUleufl, il.'ll,        '  p eBK������������-I������aIali, x, M. _.  }, large Bimonrorof, lioney^KxoduijryUtl.:  Uweai spices tn twnte���������J Kl������>������������. *,*,-���������:  fcillow   Holnmon'a  advice   for making���������-'���������*,'  od boy j������nd you will " '  ifixxl boy and you  I'm-' ������.������<������.. l������'.  win  have a good oak*-*     two'"te'aawwwifUfi or imUlrif powder  In Umir.  prtur iHilling water over aimonrt*   "    Bee������fr ' ' ~   "  to remove sklna, wi-e<f raisin* and ebon flaw.,  Make* ������m* large or two small oakMH,.������������������������'". "  1  kiiaiMaa ���������Tjj-'.v- vr.,,-'"  ���������S^V-'^'^tT^  P^iiW!*^!!??*?!^^ "v  l#:  Rr-������  I? "''  P  ty  six  it  (i  I'.'-'i  Tis;  f??fililslW^^^  ?p^i'^S^i*!$Sps|j5  ;the;"������r:^  PROFESSIONAL  JAS. K. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  HEAL ESTATE, Eto.  tfRAIL    .'-"'"-  lYioney  K The REVIEW has the best Staff, best Plant and best Stock  JV   ,  In mis Corner of the World to execute Orders for    ������ *  B.C.  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B.O. Lanb Scbvbtob and Abohxtbot  ������Plans and Speoifioations  CRESTON -  J. IX ANDERSON  BaiTSSH    OOLUKBIA.    IiAXD    8UKVBTOB  TRAIL-  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & CO,  Real Estate and Xnsuranoe.  HOUSES TO BENT  CRESTON     -  We liave $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  unitaiproved town propeity.  If you want capital to improve 3?our land, call  and see us for a loan.  Why pay rent when you can horrow 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.  t^s r^s t  IV  &     X   JL  \  &        il   1  X'-i.  ������7 \  B.C.  MISS L. M. SCOTT  Trained Nurse, cf Rathwell Hospital.  Manitoba. Ready for engagements of  any kind.   Maternity a specialty.  Apply Miss L. M. Scott, general delivery, Moyie, B. O.  GUY   LOWENBERG  *fosV  Johnson & Scruton  Wilson Ave.       P. O. Box 38.   Phone No. 73        CrestOU, B. C������  Services Next Sunday.  Presbyterian  Churoh  Services will lm bold in Iho Presbyterian Ohur.-ili on Smultiy next. Morning servico, 11 a m.; livening service,  7:80 p.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m.  You are cordially iuvited to join onr  Bible Olass  SAH. SAnKissiAN, P,astor,  ������������������^^���������m^-fe^ ^%%%^-%^  ^ ^^^.^^^.^^,.  ������*  Mr. W. H. Kemp is busy and expeots  to have 5 additional acres of his ranch  shaped up for planting this Spring.  Oossm.rxsQ Ekgxbebb  CRESTON  B.C.  Ri.  m  Ri  R. GOWLAND SCRUTON  A.I/ A. A.  (Diploma London Assn. Accountants)  AtJDITOa  AKD ACCOXPTTAST  Balance sheets prepared and verified  Books balanced, opened and closed  Partnerships and oompany auditing  The newest pattern 1 and all shades in  prints oan be had at Speers Store.  Considerable land olearing is being  done at Oanyon City. Mr. A. D, Pochin  has   just   completed clearing  up two  ese  On Wednesday, April 12, t-h-a, Locul  W. C. T, U. tmt in the susaay  school room of tlvo Pree^ytariban  church. A nuawber of important  matters wero -dealt with. As next  meeting- May 10, is tho <Ja!t������ tor the  annual election of officers it was  oiocesjsary to nwifce an ktvetabory ol  ���������the work attempt**! since orgiamiza.-  ���������tion last October.  Ther? aire eix local superintend  acres and other enterprising oitizens are'ld^its      one eaQh over the following  ���������dually energetic   From present app- departments:      Mother's     meetings;  a  record   will be made this | Parlor        meeting,       Anti-Narcotics,  juvenile and    Sunday     school' work,  Msthodlst Church  Serrioes on Sunday next: Service  at 11 a.m., Snnday Sohool and Bible  Olass at 2:30 p.m.; Evening Service,  T:80 p.m.  F. J. Rutherford. Pastor.  JULRM  ^SiVffV������  RECENTLY OPENED '   ������������  The Cheap  Cash  Flour and Feed Store  Church of Sngiand  Ohrist Ohuroh  Holy Communion 8. a.m.  Matins, Holy Communion 11. a.m.  SrivlisOa Sohooiiiouee 3. p.ia.  Bvsnsong, Sermon 7.30 p.in  Sunday Sohool 8. p.m.  Philip O. Hayman, Vicar.  aarances  Buuimerin the acreage cleared, at apple-  town. '  CRESTON  BC  M**0^^^M  CRESTON REALTY  For Rent.���������100 aorea of laud suitable  for Dairy. Poultry aud Hog Farming  situated-���������Within 1)4 miles of five large  Mines. House. Barn, eto. Easy terms  Apply C. P- Hill. Hillcrest Mines, Alberta, .lo-tf  medal contests, military and boy  scouts and literature. Theie superintendents      aro   requesd    to re-port  A fine golden eagle was being exhibit-  iu. town on Tnesda'B\ which was-shoe- by  AND  INSURANCE  CO. I Mr   w   Wright   across the Kootenay  Frnit Lands, Town Property and Insurance  CRESTON  B.C.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a ������������������������������������-���������������������������������  Miss Porter, who since' her recent  arrival from the old country, has been  assisting Mrs. Learmonth, was taken  seriously ill with typhoid fever, and  ���������was removed on Monday's train, to  Oranbrook Hospital. The people of  Orestes all sympathise with the yonng  lady, Mid wish her a speedy recovey.  Have yoa tried tho "Rising San"  floor nt tbe Cheap Oash Store. T. D  Bono*.  figs*. J. Orooipfcon who recently anriv-  ed in Ores ton as reported in the Review  is mow residing in tha residence on  Vittoria Avenue, whioh he has rented  from Mr. Barton.  For Sale or Bent���������Furnished or untarnished, that most beautiful property  known as "Douglas Villa," whioh over-  Jooks the Kootenay Valley, inoluding  ���������bout 6 aores of first class frait land,  ���������also abont 9 aores of bench, suitable for  poultry forming, it is surrounded with  nil kinds of shooting, fishing, boating,  and free erasing. Will sell at a saorl-  floe. Also otber fine blooks ot land for  ���������ale. Apply owner, John Darbyshire,  1S12 Gladstone Avenne, Viotoria, B.O.  See the new ad of the Oreston Drag  and Book Oompany offering a soleotrd  atook of books.  MA. Botterill, who purchased a blook  of land from Mr. Hamilton last tfoll,  is buoy fixing np in readiness for eroot-  ing hia new resideuoe.  Mr. Hamilton ia clearing en addition-  ���������al 4eases and will prooeed to plant  oame ont in apple traea,  Xggs f������w Bale���������From tboronghbrod  K. O. White Wyandottes. Good laying  ���������train. $1.80 a aettinjf. J, Oook, Cror-  *on.  Vr. W. LeVeqne, with his wifo nnd  family, ia moving on to his ten acres,  -and will build a borne thero in tho near  -future.  A prominent resident of BrlokHon  informs ns that deer are quite numerom  in the vicinity. In one afternoon  be saw no lesi than 6 fawn and one  book.  fciiver, oa Easter Monday. The.king  of the air v.*as perched oa the topmost  branch of a higii tree, when he was  brought .down bv a single snap shot  rrom Mr. "Wright's unerring rifie at a  distance ot" over one hundred and-.fifty  yards. The bird measures o?er sis and  a h������lf fwt-f- from ti*> to tin, and is ft  splendid specimen. Mr. Otis Wisler, of  the Wisler Tailor Shop, has purchased  the bird, Otis is a Tasidermist, and he  will stuff and mount the same, after  which it will adorn the wall of the  Wisler Home.  Music���������Miss  Johnson is prepared to  take a limited number of pupils for  tuition in musio.   For terms apply to 1  J. H. Johnson, residence on Viotoria  Avenne  A. ripple of excitement was onnaed on  Tnetd&y, by b vi-dtor from Port Hill,  and which ended in nn appearance  bettor������ Justice of the Peace Mallandaine  who cautioned the offender, and allowed  him his liberty under suspended sentence. '       ���������   y  FOUND���������A; place to get my suit  cleaned, pressed and repaired, at tbe  WUles- Clothing House.  Miss MoBean, who has been spending  the post few weeks visiting her brother  in Fernie, returned to oreston laBt week  Miss MoBean reports thot in consequence of the strike, everything is very  quiet in the ooal oity.  For Sole���������Eggs for hitching from  Martin's FamouB Regal Strain of Whito  Wyandottes. Two dollars por setting  of fifteen.   Mrs. J. Boyd, P.O. Box 4.  Tho Wisler Tailor Shop has moved  to tho Storo building formerly oooupiod  by B. W. Ryokman ou Sirdar  Avenue  J. El Johnt'ou, left on Monday loot  onn business trip to Nelson, Oalgary  nnd JMmnnton. He will return noxt  woolc.  For Salo���������A sovon room houso, supplied with hot and oold wator, oontrnlly  looated on Viotoria Avonuo. For prloo  and torins apply to Cartwright & Hydo,  Krickftou, B.O.  Mm, G. M. Iloiiny nnd children loft  for Crnnbroolc lafifc Friday whoro Uiu.y  will vliiit friomlH,  Mr. W. .lohiiRon of NoIhou, Hponr  Sundry lnnt in Crrmtmi, doing on n short  visit to his cousin Mra. J. Heath.  Rd. Martin is clearing up 5 ooroi and  jwill seed same down.  their apnointinent to office and amy  work don? to tihe Provincial super-  niteiKteavt \v*h-QSe address is to 'be  found in aeoh issue of tho '���������' White  Ribbon-Bulletin."  It was decided to send the afliiia.-  tion dueis to ttoe p.rovincial Treasurer and to mate ������un extra effort 'between tihis and next meeting1 to in-  creaee our m������mll?or9hip so thart; a  more representative body of the  ladies of Crestonmay havevai vote  ���������at our  aTCttbal election of'-officers'.  AVtien I was young I used to go  adown the long, potato row, axud  wfeack the weeds out witih the hoo.  Or. early in the summer morn, wi-th  one old- mule, molrose,, forlora.i I'd  go to cultivate the ' corn. AH  through the summer day I toiled,  my raiment reeking -wet amd soiled,  and I was fried and toaked eund boiled a"ud broiled. And whan, at mght  I sougfat my bed Amy feet were like  Our Stock Js New and Fresh  \ : ������������������   |   Our Flour and Feed is the BEST.^  Also Graham  Flour, Oat Meal, Etc.  CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF  S  D. Bunce  PROPRIETOR  ilcPeak Block Sirdar Avenue  wmmmmmmmm  two tons     of leaid.V and till      next  morning I was  dead.    When to    the  The Vancouver ExhiWtio-n association has requested the Review to  ���������announce that they will *bey pleased'  to exhibit ores from this district  during the forthcoming Viancouver  Exhibition from August 28th. Any  mining men of the Creston district  wis-hin|j to avail themselves of-this  opportu-nity to oh-bain a good aidver-  tisiement for their ores should communicate at* oaice withthe editor of  the Review.-  Erickson  school report���������  No.  of days in session 23,,  No. of da8s in session 23. ������ '  Total  dail8 attendance 3617  Total actual attendance 3S9^.,  Monthly Exams.  Senior 4, 7 sebjacts:  Willie Hall, 554.  Willie Long, 501.  Senior 8, 7 subjectan  Jcunie E. Long, 616.  May Littlejohn, 506.       *  Annie IC. Hamilton, 480,  Lewie Littlejohn/ 442.  Elsie O. Stinson, 892, alx sMfojeets.  Perfect Attendance.  Willio Long.  Jamie Long,  May Littlejohn.  jLewis Littlejohnt.  SjteHa Stinson.  Catherine Hamiltpp,  Stella MaKolVfgy.  Gerald Timmons,  Ancelino Koontuj.  J, JJ, King",  AXVsaeher.  Miss Opie and Miss M. Mooro went to  Cranbrook last Friday und returned the  fo q part of this weeki  Tho Rlflo ooftOBlation lo otarting  on tho oonoon with ovory pronpoct  favoraTjlo, tho old range haa beon  Hocurod, and a long list of old iuul  now monvborN liavo n%nod tho roll,  and signified thoir intomtioni of turn*  ing ont to tho tahootfl, Ariwin)g������nii?nt^  h*avo boon mnxlo for tlio regular ������ut-  rtendanco of a marker on Saturday  afternoons, nnd tho club is in a  wry    flouriuhlrog condition in ovory  INMpoCt.  Fonotoji April 19���������Tho executive ot  tho Wcwajtorin C^vn^lien Coal Opora-  toi's mot into loijit night art Moclood,  mid ziominatod Opiln Mjoclood, oh  -thoir roprosontatlvo ogtji Jbho conciliation board.  Tlc^lna, Soak., April 10��������� T. A.  Gnlclflugih, ohlof law clorlc to the  nt, torn oy-gonoml of SaHUtttchowom,  hfiii lifon appointed Deputy wttomoy  tjorioral.  QriiTuI ItapldN, April .1.0���������Ulv* Look:  oxpectod Htrlko of furnlturo work<a������  of thin city wna ofTlcially doclarod  wt 0 o'clock thin morning. Th������*  otrtko will involve nearly sixty factories and UcLwoon olx and. neven  ^Jliouaaml ������non.:  .hamgil .here, I always go lip in the  air. For now the farmer surely  feels like .Cleopatra V as he reels  along on plows with painted wheels.  He drives q.i large and -h-andsomia  team.; his implements are like a  dream; spring seats ere spiked to  every ibeam. He 'blithely tills hia  fertile lands, and never soils his  lily hands, not in the miid amd gumbo... stands. His pants are ci'eased  and show no dirt; jais feet are toy  the tho������rns'.unhurt; he often wears a.  parboiled shirt, .j Andywhen he goes  to town he makes the A jouroeying  of shakes;-his auto runs to- beat ths  snakes. : .He has a "gas plant Of -his  own, a V toathrdomV and a teledhone,''  and often lie has sc-a'c!s to. loan.  Thus are the y old. world's obanges  rung"! It seems'. to me that I was  stung long, long ago, whenVI Awas  young*! .'...'.'X."...  WALT  MASON.  ;a..a'.. 7 " ���������:   '   ;   *��������� '���������YAAy;Y.y-y  V Master Floyd Rcdge-s came up from  Spokane last week, to Vepeud the Easter  vac ition at home.  igwam Cafei  ������>  ?%  Recently Opened  First - Class  Short   Order   Restaurant  P.   i   a  . ��������� ^ , ��������� i.   ��������� i i     . i .ii    . .-,.,, .    ,   i , ,    ,       ,        .   m     '      ,   i  Meals at all Hoars. Ladies are invir.*d to onr Afternoon  Teas, which we make a specinlty of. Onr Oookii.g is  Superb.       NO CHINESE HKLP ON THB PREMISES  IE. F.PLATTvProp."  9  P  ���������LftjOa! 88iliifi������88 ESow  Are reallzlnflr more every day  the value oj the, conciee,  memory tickling Classified  ��������� Want Ado. Male* your story  short aiitJ n4thy and our Want  Ad. Columns will repay yon  a hundred fold for tht amall  Investment  QsaiinMsal -asfle1 H *ijV������ nntnnlv  smmimmmsamutmm  owes-  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  #  % EJs F. Johnson, tinsmith and'Plumber  ���������   4th Street CRESTON <8< C. Phone SS  asm:  95933!  igy.'rrii:  The Riverside Nurseries, **������.������*  Is the NBARBST NURSBRY to the ORB8TOW DISTRICT  Stock arrives in FRESH, HEALTHY CONDITION  =n=  For Prioos, etc., write to��������� /  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Crtston, B. G.  Complete    Stock   of  ROUGH   and  DRESSED  LUMBER  wt*j������*Am*m0*mmJ*Mm0im**im  cPrompt (Attention Satisfaction Guaranteed  Let us figure with youon that Building  ��������� ���������'.    >*  sa<s^^sssissnsies^sissaaeais������  ti  mpmmmmmmumumim  tt;    riv * M" i ;  tP.Q. BOX 24  CRESTON, B.C jj  iw  1SI  16  ���������1  .  0


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