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Also a Conaplete One of  On July 7th Crestor-way  visited by two government .lecturers and exports, in the persons of Mr. C. C. Thorn, Soil  expert of the Washington State  University, and J. S. Terry,  Esq., provincial poultry &xncxtr  with headquarters at Victoria.  B.C.  These two gentlfmeu delivered two lectures and gave a series of    demonstrations in their  Sunimer .c/i/*f c :i  Gturers  the lect.ute  _      JW8  \S TJL  S &  ^Including all the latest Patterns and Colors  s.  m  'SS$&$S������9$$Qe!I](l  A  \ on poultry being illustral ?d  with a series of lantern s^;.d{^3  which reproduced the various  breeds of fowls and their distinctive characteristics.  The following is the report oi  these lectures and demonstrations as taken verbatim by i-h������?  paper-'s reporter, ti&d is reproduced Vat length for the ben/>fi������  of our readers.  The Ghar-Pit System oi   Land  Clearing  Professor C. C. Thom.     Uvi>.~  tlemeh. it is now time to coca-  mm  >u~~ ������aees EYery Payii  Kj^MMOTH   NIGHT   SPECTACtS |B  "Pioneer Days  In tlie Palkmss** ������  9138.003 Will   Be  Spent  on   This  Exhibition  R������j>UCEi> RAILWAY RATES  Greatly increased Prizes $  Maiiy New Classes. Open to All  Write Fur Premium IM\ and XHxUh Program  217   Htitton   Block,  5FSK4KEr  WASH.  ^��������� ^*-- v_ vy���������������r v^v^  intrance  Examinations  i>RESTON. ERICKSON AND  CANYON CITY PUPILS ARE  SUCCESSFUL.  1  The  following   is  the result of the  ���������cent entrance examinations:���������  Creston, number of candidates 8;  ���������wd 5. - Bertha A. Hurry 819; Ethel  Huseroft 596; M. Ella Dow 594;   L.  , Edmondson 593; Georgina 0. Qart* -  ppipfeson���������Nffnjber of candidates 3;  Canyon Oity-���������Nninber of candidates  ���������Pass������d M: '0(9tpt|de Knott, 657-^/~  natulates Ihese'  The "������* jRe^ltfSr*  fudents uooa their success.'  Kitchener  Notes  Sporting  Column  The luck has changed, and it wi'is a  well earned victory for the benedict*as  the result of the base ball match last  Monday eveniug, the singletons bt iug  defeated by a score of 9 to ll.  The married men lined up with T.  Malone, Pitcher; Boy Robinson Oa< cher; Dec Henderson 1st., "W. Barton .iiad  Geo. Mead s. s., Greenwood 3rd, 8. life  Reitt r. field; Ed. BocterUl cenier;  Ed. F. .Tohnsou left field. .     u  The kids turned out. with <3ams ou  OatOftAr'. JE^ofif MoPeak Apitohar ? Baia 41  jfiistfMadore second: Barney McPtak  8. s.; Ward third; Stan. Hendren' ri| ht  field; G. Broderick center; Vftl. Burt id  leftfleld.   Referee Gink..   ,;       y   i; V  The game was fast and fnriono, aid  EEE EXPERT  AT WORK  Last week Creston was visited by a    most important personage to    any    fruit growing  district in the person of govern-;  ment bee expert Harris of Vernon, B.C.,     Among other plac-j  es in this    fair valley   that he"  has visited Was the home      of  Mr. T. M: Edmondson.     Here  he pronounced the gooseberries,  entrants,    and    onions    better  than anything he had seen  .in  the Qkanagas    district.       The.  [ tomatoes were quite as'good as]  &he had seen   anywhere in older*  fruit    districts of the province.  Mr.    Harris*   visit   to Creston  ;was for ..the purpose of looking  iritb^-ihe*" bee - industry in  '* this  section.     WMl^ln'bbn.T'era&tioni ���������- ��������� .  with Mr. Edmondson he learn-1 fapioly  ed that    a certain tree srtump j i* the it  near the' Edmondson %ome ������osi- [ *i������wly h  tained    a   *bee    hive.  .���������&. large j usgny.  swasai of bees   having locat^i j    '-^rftl T*~  l-.-j.    .......  LHJLl:   sjmore  we proceed in this hall, I w^jihifi^v  you all to accompany me. out-1. Wxl  side, where I will give a demon- * '���������J*au  stration of the "cheapest    &.nd-j  best method of clearing land 0^1  stmnps."      ^This      method    is  known as the Char-Pit metho������.  it    was    invented by Professor  Sparks,- of the State College of  Washington, has been extensively    tested   in    experiment and j  practical work, and is a provt>a-  success,    having been    adopted  throughout Washington in districts very similar to your oivn  This method is applicable   :n  all. eases of stumps oyev  iuehes but is not ecopomicaj. io  use under that size3 and all'that  is, needed ir^^man, shovel, axe  l'J  and--a    xv-i  horsss.  same pr'  i^aloaRG'  that it *  no powder or  xne game was last and lurtouo, aw.|V7V'~' "-"��������� ^*- ������^^=>    *������a*"*ii ������wowi   , -  towards the close, a good^eal of wrur.^^t^^SStsS^T' W^>^ J ^  [ The White Grouse trail is now cotn-  lleted for 20 niileB. -  I Lots of good sized trout are being  aught in tho yioinity of Kitchener..  Master 'Bobbie and Miss Oreolman,  Ef Vancouver, are "visiting their aunt  |nd uncle Mr. and Mrs. Burgess.  Miss Willlnenia MoOaw' of Carletoi'  lace Ontario, is visiting Mrs. G. A.  Iunt, and will leave for tbo coast iu t  ������w days.'  The Campbell Lumber Oompany, ar<  tspeotiog to start operations in a few  |ays. t y  Mr. Oolbourn'is now taking charge ol  0 Oamp boll Mill.  Fire Wardou Rymcll, hns just nind<  trip of .inspection, over the whit*  ���������0U80 trail, and reports-..'4 all secure,M  Mr. Oftmpbpll, of the lumber 00 , paie  business trip to town thin week.  ling was indulged in, but the sportiu g  member of tUe. Hamilton Bridge Crew,  made a good aeferee, and proved v. si-  thy of his onerous position.  A big orowd,-including uiaoy Z-iUies.  were down at the park, to vatch the  rfanie.  * Geo. Mead went to Grant) re oi; laBt  fhuraday, and if he returns, the match  jaseball, Married v single, *wiil take  ,jluce on Monday evening, i v whiob  ivsnt the Boy Scouts will mee.-* on th^  t'uesday evening at 7.SO p. m. iu the  Jld Schoolhouse,-to mnke final arrang-  jmentH for going into oamp.  Goo Johnson, manager for P. Burns  iridOo;, spent last week iu tin Tiout  Lake distriot, returning this we?k end.  .T. MoKay of the Bank staff fa: transferred to Cranbrook, nud left fnr Q.R.  [opolls on Sunday.  >a thp *���������-  o^x ti?  xaorniuf (last ^^urd^y Ttsuro-1 around, so WS^- 35 it is. ^i  n toj^tly dry, uac stand it up  i  Keep on hand during the hot weather  a$   Pies   Gakes  Fruit and Candys  IS������MM������HS������MSNH������aNMIIsaM������������|MM M  Soft drinks ou Ice, and  Opposite the C. P. R. Station ���������  would return  morni;*^ (last z^niraaj- ?&&  ing) to hHp jilCr. Edmondson  sec^jt^ the bees.  Accordingly at 6 a.m. the  following ciay Mr. flnrris arrived ar. the Edmondson homf<  thoroughly equipped with various apparatus for handling the  bees jiitd both men at once proceeded to the bee tree.  They chopped the tree down  and split it in lengths. They  found in ' V the tree lengths of  comb- and breed, and honey,  fully eighteen inches in,length.  Mr. Harris then look a box  and placed it on top of a stump 1  and stood the pieces of tree onl  an angle towards the box. He  then took a small bellows or  smoker and' gave the bees a  thorough smoking wheln lo and  behold tho bees all started and  walked up tho inclined pieces of  wood into the,box. The bee  expert then plared a canvas over the top of tho box and carried it to ji hive already prepared for tbem. The way this  bee specialist handled tho bees  in hia bare hands was a marvel  to Mr. Edmondson Throughout tho entire work of capturing thn be/ts, breaking up thoir  old homo, and installing them  in their naw .quarters not a  ffinglo^boo showed any disposition to attnofc oithor men. Ane  now Mr. Edmondson is tho  proud owner of a swarm of boort  thanks io tho unexpected visit  of Beo Expert Morris.    iifteen inehi'  lowing I ������ld material;  -..a^i .-.������  I*  iuundeU vB  as is used       in  ���������al, the idea being  low ^vood to** burn.  bines itt-elU  hoi (������'-. the  j%hf*jkcd.  it Kiuriis j '$��������� in������f  >uch more thoro-f^1^5* &  j a? r ti  the bark    trorc /*���������������*������������������ ne?  f      ���������     * >        * 2 *  then  take-      n*y l ^fd  ^ood, etc., l.vaig: -'1"  1{urou  The  f ".resei  i;3ted  f.2.me  vtiieh'  t.-:., w  up  a aid 1  jyiunc  r ;und  v iiern  ptiin  ci dsed'  e.trth  tiiij la'  point  tight  is* co  b irns  r?he  iSr  n  lq,rrisi.  SATISFIED 0UST0MEBS  avo tho best advortiaemout, Tho  following letters rooelvod ro-  cently By the *rBoviow" epeak  for thnmsolvea. The names and  amounts nivwitliheld for ob-  viouw ictaaom'f ! ���������.  Creston Publiahiwg Oo���������  Qontlomen,���������-PJease go ahead  with vtho jO'b ai per itfo wampb  you ������ent me. It is Juut what  I required. Yours truly,  Cmeton Review,  Dear Sir���������The   ������tat?onery, '!������,  firrt   clans, nnd I wiJl ht  yon  know when I ruquhpi ft furthei'  'supply, i     '  round tlfe'o stmojj t*-- t-h.������? ^-^k 1..  of about fiftei-in inches, rfttoiiinj;r  abov������t fifteen inr-he? o'.'i Lj*1  the base of the stump aoc  leaaing against the stump, for  ming un archway. Then baiil-  same up with earth, anct lvav?;  it, watching irom time io time  that there ure no holes as the  fire falls in, after lighting tht  fire. If the wood is piled up  against the stump properly,  and banked in as instructed  you can come back in a wiv-eks  time and push the. stump over,  this method- will burn the  stump and roots. If the ntump  is green, make a fow notches  through the sap wo.o,d, .'������������������& iv������  to enable ' the   heat   io������     get  i+h  j'j.i Uu.������w  ������1 so on.  overed  i!u-y witi  obliged  h^lp us        _  ughout Britii  aU ittiorxnatio  tlvv pr>v*tiii-������i  Hxtia Uri here*  raxaXs fuA *  lair-*-!   t.ioue  Wijoi.-   io  SpjSly ?.1  tion, and  ������..  *noi  press of ^ri^i^t Uo.,  do thrive best to htrli  T������Vj  i^\ ������anize    thn  I*!  M4w> t*> 10Mr'  1 ���������    *~������  ���������   *k.*  '���������������*��������������� iitrfire oi  -.*, J,' ���������, f\     ,(.( y it.  i*j ^ r-u������ov;-l ^M������   tptpxzM  ^por wturap, and    it   df������/d elK;apex   Al'r. Pauf Bu^n,  .on TOtty havej Wvnndel, B.C.  tUtm* b������I������ro you ^ Uonr Sir,���������  m    o{ doing thr Enclose pi������Ase find moi  n ������sasUy,    'but       ' - "  wi  (\\\t\ ������sasily,    'but ovder for    six dollars    in pc  this method will. ment    of   laat    two   crates'  .strawberries.       The laat  and first   wero vory   good ._  I the second cn������ was <sxttA choil  never    ate    better.     A������l ������  through   in   choice   oundUu  Have "you aoy othor irw������t-t   i  uttle; if you have   pleaae qu<  D. A. lONGSBtfiTfl  jfcheapest and eas  getting rid    of  J has been itsvised  would take a  ;ross, ^om^thing  ��������� Tho  mnr+*i**'**m  I HAM  ���������A  'j ���������*  *  I ,'.��������������� . ���������������<  Sttlctl  my  i, t?i,.������, ii  [cs Hn Kvcry way.  We are  a  -Fed am  >.!������������������������  IO  ^Product  of  an  ���������t  J Strictly First Class Creamery Butter, from the #  best ������n$ c-teanest Creamery Jn Alberta  The best cured Bacou.au.  red, fn OW Ontario   fin on tlie Cojitincnt, snd the price is right.  mmm wom* mmmmmmtm������������Wm  . y *mr M    m* m**- M- M. *& BL M. Sttf *%,. ^a������  Id.  1 '<ly>^^ ,<l*y'<<^r "fl^ ^S* ^F ^y ^^ ^^^^^ttSlS^ ��������� fjh,*'jQ^'|f^'- *^- ij^r i<j|]tr <!|y- -^ ^^fc" ���������^r Hj^ -^^ -^- -^i- -t^- ^flfcj ^(^- -^fti 1J^ dtp ^(J^ ^^ t^L, ^ri^ <gj^ ���������si^rfjii "r^1  91 first box Cured  a HIS LAME  High Praise For GIN  PILLS.  .  .       Smithville, Ont.  "I suffered for three years with a  Pain In My Back. I am now taking  Gin Pills and find a great relief'after taking only one box."  rx.'::''-W-?vJv .Baldwin'.  Is ifc^apy^vonder thai: Wve sell GIN  YllstiS with an * iron-clad -guarantee  of inoney back if they fail to give  relief? We know that GIN PILLS  willi", stop the. pain in the back���������relieve: the bladder-^ahd oure every  trace of Kidney Trouble and Rheumatism. '"���������'��������� v:iV*--A.A"'  GEN PILLS have cured thousands  of cijses of-.Kidney Trouble that were  regarded as hopeless.  We don't ask you to buy GIN  PILJiS to find out what they will do  for you. ,yjA ��������� v ,  Siijaply^ write;. us,A*mentioning this  paper, and we wil*. send' you a sample  box iree.' Then, if you. are unable to  get the regular size boxes at your  dealers, write us,: and we will supply  vou Vat the retail price���������50c. a box,  6 for $2.50. GIN PILLS are made  and guaranteed by the largest whole-  "1" **-" house  in the  British Em-  sale drug  pire.  National  Dept. N.TJ  Drug   and  Chemical   Co.,  , Toronto. 47  Yfa* original  Q|n Pills made* by  National Drug and  Chemical Co. off  Canada Limited,  Toronto, aro sold  a-asfr* la thia box.  Historic Castle  Has  Been the Scene  of Stirring Episodes.  Few Tegal edifices have undergone  more vicissitudes than Holyrood Palace, whach is now being subjected to  several alterations and improvements  to tit it for the occupation of King  George' and Queen Mary when they  stay there in July. It occupies the  sits of Holyrood , Abbey;: founded in  '1128.by King.David -1., fon the spot  where lie was supposed,\> have been  gsaved Irom7 an1 infuriated stag. The  legend goes' that the AKing was hunting in the forest of Drumslech, in the  immediate'Vvicinity of Edinburgh; and  was assailed by an enraged stag,  wliich unhorsed him, and probably  would have put a very speedy end_ to  his existence had not this Scottish  monarch, like the first Christian ABm-  peror. been favored of the saints. A  As a reward for his piety, and iu  consideration of his great liberality tc  churchmen, a cross descendedyfrpiu  Heaven ia the moment of his danger,  with which he stoutly attacked the  beast. The latter, finding itself overcome, quickly made its way out of the  woods, and left the King and the cros;  masters oi the situation. Thus to prove  his gratitude to the saints who had  interceded in his behalf, he founded  the Abbey of Holyrood for the caxiousr  regular of St.  Augustine.  The canons were allowed many  privileges, and succeeding monarch:  added to the gifts of the founder,  xlolyrood Abbey becoming the,'most  opulent of all religious institutions it:  Scotland. In. due time a royai residence was erected close to it, although  it is doubtful how soon it became tut  permanent home of the Kings of Scotland. Certain it: is, however, that  James IV. lived there. It was duriu-j  his residence, ou account of Mass  having been celebrated iu the chapel,  that a revolutionary mob broke in  and despoiled all the religious orua-  ments, leaving only the bare wails.  The rioters even '^r^faned the vuitH  which had been used as the royal  sepulchre, broke open the leaden coffins, and carried away the lids; but as  the royal bones were not negotiable  articles, the anti-Papists were forced  to leave them behind.  But worse misfortunes were still tc  The Frost & Wood Light-Draft, Non-Choiring, Roller Bearing Wachsne,    See Oaar Sea!er������  F|or AH Time  Mrs. Highup���������"The judge decreed  that they should he separated, never  to see each other again."  Mrs. Blase���������"Are they?",  A Mrs'. Highup���������"Yes; they are living  next door to each    other / in    a New  York apartment house now,"-.'"A.".'..  FADING JiTTHifp  When Woman Should be in  the Prime of Charm  Widow Wit  "I suppose," said the timid young  man, "when you recall what a handsome man your first husband was,  you wouldn't consider me for a minute."  "Oh, yes, I would," replied the  widow, instantly j "but I wouldn't  consider you for a second."  and  Beauty  1 On Kruger's Farm  A company recently formed in Scotland has acquired a large portion of  President Kfuger's faring Waterkloof,  and intends to cultivate tobacco plantations and citrus fruit orchards.  Deafness Cannot Be Cure-/  fty local applications, as the? eaanot reach, the . diseased portion ot Ute e&r.     There Is oaly one tray t������  cure deaioess. aad that, ia tor consUtutton&l woiedies.   ;   --���������.,.      ������������������j     *h.,,r     A-ma     wUV.    l\���������^���������^  Deafness la caaaed by aa tmamed eoadiooa o: tbs  !   Come,    and    tney.     Came      WltU    yueeC  mucous uiuos ot uie Eustachian ivibe.   when um | Marv. Her Majesfcv's misfortunes com-  tube la iaOamod you haire a. rumMIng boui������1 or lm-  ' - .     .    ���������  -_;  (perfect hearing, and wtaa lt fi entirely cioeed. P������a!-  DM is the result, and unless the tnfta-mmsttoa coo be  taken oue aad thia tube restored to tea normal coodt-  Uoo. hearing -wiil be destroyed forerer: doe case*  out ot ten are caused by catkniL v-vtitch la nothing  but aa interned condition ot the mucous wirtaeea.  We Trill give One Hundred Dollars tor any case ot  meu-ced at a very  early period.   Thy  first Sunday  after her arrival a mot  beset  the  palace   for  the   purpose  oi  instructing her in the proper way of   ^_ .._     worshipping God.   To such a pitch ol  pe������&eSa~(eause������s"bjrcsssrthr-tesresasecWeares-'-e-ntlsttsia^m-had- the-spirit- of--these-re--  ^ Hairs Catarrh Cure.   Send tot circulars. Croa. I   !:���������;-,���������,    ;.,<-*,.������������������.f -.������.   v~Z~���������    i',,*    ;������    ������-ot  f. j. cheney * c<x. Tote**. <* j A^giou*  lusMXUctors risen tuiai it  was  Bcia b7 TfrosKista. ?5c. _ > only with difficulty they were restrain-  Tatte Hair. Fasuiy Piu, tor cc.mip.tio> | ^  ir������>m   hanging  tllfi   priest  who   al,  _ .   ., ;��������� I that   moment  was  officiating  in   the'  Trmiaad expects to have a million; chapel.    Marv locked herself in hei  rubber trees m a: few years. j apartment  wi'th her Mass  book and  j her father-confessor,-while tumultuou;  Mothers can easily    know   when   their; ������p������W������   ������i=������^fv*  children  are   troubled  with  worms,    -and' zealoI-S   aasa^tea  they lose no time in applying the best of 1  remedies���������Mother Graves* Worm Externa- j  inator. I  A ftsan with a grievance never lacks i  a topic of conversation.  Ask for Wlinai'd'sf and take"*-no other.  Should Be a Limit  "I saw' Peckham today," remarked  Naggct, "and he was very drunk.' '  "Well,   there's    some     excuse    for  him," replied Mrs. Nagget  his wife last week."  'I know  the gates and pro-~  noucced themselves certain Her Majesty was making for eternal perdition, and must soon be utterly losl  unless she listened to John Knox and  abjured beads and images.  Then came the historic night ol  March.- 9th, 1566. As Mary and a  small party were having supper. Darn-  ley and Ruthven, followed by othei  conspirators, entered for . -e purpose  of seizing David Rizzio, the accomplished Italian secretary and skilful  musician, who had gained the Queen';  tie l������st^confidence and roused the jealousy ol  -_! the  Presbyterian  lords and minister;  .        t ,     ,-       ... , . ,      X^.i of the  Kirk.    Anticipating their pur-  to celebrate without niaking a hog of   pose> Rizzio thr_-v himself behind the  himself i"���������Catholic  Times.  Standard      and  One of, the compensations of being  knocked is that it's a cinch sign that  you're not standing still.  >������MWv=7'  o=i5^������  Queen and clung . to her dress; but  was stabbed by George Douglas, leaning over Maiy's shoulders. During  this exciting scene the Queen's husband held her fast in his arms, whila  anotner of th; conspirators held a  pistol at her breast. The room in  which the fatal supper-party took  place is still in existence.  Queen Mary's Daily Life.  According to a letter published in  The Yorkshire Post, and written by u  lady holding a high position at court,  the Queen at 9.30 a.m., begins th'*  day's work by going through her large  correspondence (which slie has previously opened) with two secretaries.  Then come interviews with the governess, nurse, housekeeper, and the  heads of departments in the palace.  Then appointments with furniture  makers and various trades-people till  1.30. In tho afternoon Her Majesty  visits nn hospital or some charitable  institution, or n picture gallery, or  visits some othor interesting places  in or near London, such as Uie Oity.  churches, the halls of the various  City companies, etc. Aftor tea the  Quton again summons her secretaries  for moro correspondence, nnd gives  ono or two interviews. After dinner  she reads till 10.30, and then rotiro-i  to rest. In the country, expeditions  to historical nr other interesting places  in the neighborhood with some of her  children nro arranged, or some local  charities or institutions nre visited.  At thirty to thirty-five a woman  should be in the priuie of charm and  beauty, and yet many woman begin  to fade before then.' Wrinkle9 appear  and the complexion grows sallow;  ;Dark rings surrotmd the eyes, and  headaches follow, with backaches and  lowAspirits. The cause of this is simply need of blood nourishment. Good,  pure blood is the life of a woman's  beauty'and health. It is good blood  that brings the glow of health, to the  cheek, brightness to the eye, and  elasticity to the stop, and the general  happiness of good health. When woman feels jaded and worn out her  blood simply needs attention, and the  one unrivalled and sure remedy is Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, which supply  the rich, red blood that repairs the  waste, dispels disease and restores  the brightnes-3 spd charm of womanly  health. ;  Mis. HA G. Hart, Winnipeg, Man.,  is one of the thousands of sufferers  who owes her nresent health to Dr.  Williams' Pink"Pills. She says: "I  I had suffered for a long time, not  knowing what the trouble was, I had  doctored with several doctors, y but  only seemed to be growing worse.  The last doctor I had told me the  trouble was anaemia, that my blood  was turned to water and that my  condition was serious. But his treatment, like the rest, did me no good.  I got so bad that if I excited myself,  or went up stairs, I was completely  out of breath and felt as if I was going to suffocate. My heart would palpitate .violently,-.and at times I_wouIdJ.  suffer with terrible pains from it. I  had a yellow complexion, my lips had  lost their color, and I had no appetite and could not eat- I grew so  weak. I could, hardly drag myself  along, and my feet seemed to have  weights on them. I was so completely run down that I thought I was going into consumption. At this time a  friend urged me to take Di*: Williams'  Pink Pills. After taking a few-boxes  I found my health improving, and after taking the Pills A for a couple of  months I was entirely well, and have  since enjoyed the Abe^st,of .health, and  I feel that I "can *ne4-er say enough in  praise of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills."  These Pills are sold by all dealers  (in medicine or sent    by- mail at 50  cents   a A box or  sixVboxes  for   $2.50  from Trie DrV Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockviiie, Ont. A  Wad  Done  His '-.Duty''  "1 wish some time, l-Mr. Speeder,"  said the doctor, "that you would bear  our hospital in mind, and if it appeals  to you do something for it.".  > "Great Scott! Squills," retorted  Speeder, "why can't, you be satisfied?  That new chauffeur of Amine, has contributed at least two patients a day  to your old charity; What more do  you want?"    ':������������������"���������  They Cleanse While They > Cure.���������The  vegetable compounds of which Parmelee s  Veeetahlo Pills are composed, mainly  dandelion and mandrake, clear the stomach and intestines of deleterious matter  and restore the deranged- organs to  healthful action. Hence they aro the best  remedy for indigestion available to-day.  A trial of them will establish the.truth  of this assertion and do more to convince  the ailing than anything that can/ be  written of those pills.'  Townley���������Threadier seems to be  vory fond of children.  Burt���������Hi- has reason to be. If it  wasn't for children his cotton mill's  wouldn't be paying liim fifty per cent.  An incandescent electric lamp of 443  candle bower has been designed for  lighting public places.  Woman���������the. only sex which attaches more importance lo what's on  it's hoad than to what's in it.  iNTERESTiNG ~iNFORMATION,  FARMER'S WIFE  TELLS HER STORY  C/VR       Al   I  FOUND A CURE  ILLS IN DODO'S KIDNEY  PILLS  She was tired, worn-out and  nervous  and    suffered     from     Rheumatism,  but  two   boxes   of   Dodd's   Kidney  Pills cured her.  Hawthorne, Ont. (Special).���������Mrs.  T. G. Alexander, wife of a well-known  farmer living near herei adds her  testimony to that of the thousands  who have learned from their own  experience that Dodd's Kidney Pills  cure Kidney Disease.  "I suffered for twelve years," Mrs.  Alexander says, "My back ached,  my sleep was broken and unrefresh-  ing, I was nervous and tired and I  was troubled with heart flutterings.  Rheumatism developed and added  to my suffering.  "I was in a very run-down, worn-  out condition when I started, to use  Dodd's Kidney Pills, but I am  thanMul- ta -say-they��������� gave-me- relief  almost from the first. Two boxes  cured me completely."  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure the Kidneys. Cured Kidneys mean that all  impurities are strained out of the  blood. That means pure blood all  over the body and the banishment of  that tired, heavy feeling and those  pains and aches that impure blood  brings. .  "Hear Dubbliegh over there bragging about his wife."  "What's he saying?"  V'"He's telling Brown that all he' is  he owes to her."  "Humph! .Do you call that bragging?" ���������,:  Concerning the  Dominion  Exposition  at Regina, Saskatchewan, July ,  31st to August  12th,  1911.  The Dominion Exposition which is  being held in Regina, Saskatchewan  this year under the auspices of the  Regina Agricultural and Industrial  Exhibitipn Association, Limited, will  be the largest and best fair ever held  in Western Canada.  Over $3,000 has been expended on  new buildings, for the accommodation  of the many varied exhibits. In the  Manufacturers' Building will be-seen  all that is best and newest in Canadian industry.  The Agricultural section embraces  the most perfect specimens of products from Canada's farms, especial  attention being paid to the featuring  of the purebred stock, attractive prizes will be awarded as an incentive to obtaining numerous entries.  The Dog Show,* Pet Stock and Poultry, exhibits will be composed of the  most valuable breeds.  Special Attractions  The   91st   Regiment      Highlanders  Band.  The Siege of Gibralter.  The Flying Bariyaids.  MeKinley  Asher Hippodrome Co.  One of the most novel and pleasing  features���������Richard Karsy's  Giant my-  riophone.    This particular feature as  presented by Mr.- and Mrs. Karsy is a  great- novelty.   The Myriophone is an  enormous  instrument    designed    and  patented by Mr.  Karsy himself.    Although beautifully toned and played  with much expression this great instrument can be heard without difficulty for two -iihoigsand feet.  Captain Webb's    Five    Performing  seals.  Morris' performing ponies.  Madame Altea's trained   dogs   and  leaping grey hounds.  Steiner Trio, Comic Acrobats.  Zerald's balance act.  Prince Albert's    PipeTs    Band.    In  addition to these the  special  attraction before  the  grand,   stand    every  afternoon and1 evening should be mentioned���������James  E.  Hardy's  wonderful  wire    act.      Mr.    Hardy    is    known  throughout- tiie" world  as "tlie  "High  Wire King."  There are many other acts which  space will not permit mention of.  Very many persona die annually from  cholera and kindred summer complaints,  who might have been ������aved. if proper remedies had been used. . If attacked 4o not  delay in getting a bottle of Dr. J. D. Kellogg s Dysentery Cordial, the medicine  that never fails to effect a cure. Those  wbo have used it -say it acts promptly,  and thoroughly subdues the pain and  disease.     ���������  SUITS    d������-i/\  OVERCOATSjh B If  TO ORDER        Jl\       .   ^^  Sssd !sr Frss Sssplss ss������ Ssssss  t   Forms.  136 BAY STREET   TORONTO  That  The  worst thugs do    not    hesitate  about going into the best houses.  Remember that many a game is won  in the ninth inning..*  Change tbat lltop'ag; melea* hon*  Into a sound; health? taoiM, willlag  a*4 eager t* d������ a good dar'* work.  Sea't let a Sparta, Curb, ftpllat,  Spraia, Kiagbaae or amy otber *Came������  aeas keep yaoc how* te the Mable.  Cue* U with  Kendall's  Spavin Care  it euros without leaving a Mat,  blemish or white bain���������because it daea  aot blister.  Part Kail*. B.O, June 14th 1B0������  "Have been using yonr Liaiment for  years and find it all tbat you represent.  H������Te not been witbaut it far 10 yean."  Largo by Comparison  "Always show prospective   tenants  the telephone booth first,"    directed  the landlord.  "All right," said the janitor.'. "But  why?" '    u-  "Then they'll think the rooms ain't  so small."���������Louisville Courier-Journal. '     -      ���������  fwiinardjis Liniment lumberman's friend  Miss Isabel Curtis of Boston saws  wood for exercise. Ii she. also says  nothing, she completes the adage, and  is a wonder of her sex.  \ Generous  Grandpa���������Johnny, I have discovered that you have taken more maple  sugar than I gave you.  Johnny���������Yes, gracious, I've been  making believe there was another little boy spending the day with me.���������  Harper's Bazaar.  Humors  Itchiig, burning, bleeding,  scaly.and crusted eczemas,  tetters, rashes and other  torturing and disfiguring  humors that destroy sleep  and make life a nightmare  of physical and mental  suffering speedily yield to  (UticuraL  Soap and Ointment  Vo othn r*-mr<1lNi for ttkln nnd xw������lp m  ttv*lv Mid m>w>miral, A. smxlo r������kn (if (*tiU-  rr.n Mr>ap coil ty.it. fit Ciit|i������iir������, ointwrm *r+  nlun *uMIM*������U told Uirouulxmt Uu* wnrMI.  Hrnit to ������'<i(Uir ������>rti������ A Ch������w Onrr��������������� llimu.n,  %t h.a, fo* Jia.pMjr tM/i*. mi Authority an ui*i*  Dangerous to Uso "Esqulr'e."  The recovery of a letter which hnd  beon sont to a littlo town in Germany  nnd never delivered to tho person  nddro������cd cured tho writer of tho  custom of adding "l53quireMto a nnmo  on the superscription of mail matter.  Tho letter in question would probably  havo been promptly dolivorod hnd  tho address road simply, "Mr. John  Brown." But the fccmler had addressed it, "John Brown, Enquire,"  nnd the communication routed oonv  fortahly in tho "E" compartment ot  tho post restnnto department, waiting to bo called for by "Mr. Esquire."  One of the popular guide books warns  ngnin������t tho uao of "Esq,," saying  that it might be mistaken tor a name.  Whole Wheat Bread,  l^ondon doctor* interested in the  nutritive value of foodstuffs have issued a. document in which thoy rooun.  mend the im< of wholo mon I in making bread instciid of (Ino whito flour.  It is maintained tlint there are in th'������  whole mi'iil two nnd one-half times  tin; amount, of mineral substances that  nourish tin- body.  Father-���������I    never    smoked  was your age.   Will you be  tell that to yonr son?  Willie���������Not  and  keep  my  straight as you do, pop.  when I  able to  face  as  MINARD'S LINIMENT is the only  Liniment nsked for at my storo and  tho only ono wo koop for'Bale.  All tho pooplo uso it.  HARLIN TJLTON.  Pleasant Bay, C.B.  Cannot Export Feathers.  I'lumiige, hIciiih or eggs of natlvo  bird* of Australia and Now Guinea  nan uo loiuo-r lm t:xperiod, this having  lii'isn prohibit ������'d by tho Australian  C'omnioiiw.iilUi  Government,  Switzerland has four "official" languages, German being first with  2,599,149 persons speaking it, French  noxt "with 700,220, Italian 301,323, and  Homanish 30,012.  "What a cunning Chiffonier!"  "Yo������." said the flat-dweller. "isn't.  itp    Thnt   wns   our   reception   room  nnd we had a set of drawers made to  lit it."  According to tho Melbourne customs  officials, an onormous trndo in bogus  eurioH nnd idols mado in Germany  nourishes in Australia.  When iho children's hooks havo ho-  oome noiled thn p-ipes nm lm nlminnri  by rubbing witli powdorod pumlco  stone.  W. N. U., No. 860. THE    CRESTON,    B.C.,    REVIEW.  I  K\  m  p  WHAT is, beyond question, the  most wholesome, popular and  altogether most interesting  vegetable thai comes to the  modern table was unknown 'to our  great-grandmothers except as a curiosity.  The early history of the tomato. In  the form of an eatable esculent, ia  wrapped In a thin veil of "mystery.  ���������We are told by scientific horticulturists that it is a ' native o������ tropical  South America. Also, that its virtues  as a vegetable were known in Europe  early in the sixteenth century, and  that lt worked its'Way slowly northward to its present estate of univer-"  sal regard in all lands and among  all classes. In the vsame -paragraph  we read that it was known to the  Italians, who got it.-from the Moors,  proof of Its origin being perpetuated  by the name "Porno del Mori." The  Italians had known and used it under  that title before the French became  acquainted with the fruit dubbed by  them "Pomme d'amour." The perversion of the Italian "Pomo del Mori"  by their fanciful neighbors led to the  superstition that the "Love Apple"  had certain qualities which commended it to romantic youths and the compounders pf love charms.  One brealth of truth suffices to dispel  ' the  illusion.    The  love apple  was  in  the mouth of the Italian the "Moorish  Apple."   " "Only    that    and    nothing  more "  The Spaniards probably carried the  seeds   into   their   country   from   South  America. That is, if it were really indigenous to tnat country. \ve grow  Skeptical of historical details where  we detect bo many oaloable errors as  confront us in the study of our botanical treatise. The cannibals of  Polynesia had a species of our vegetable which was made Into a sauce  considered as indispensable at their  horrid feasts as mint sauce with our  roast lamb and cranberry sauce with  turkey. Botanists catalog it as "So-  lanum anthropophagorum" ��������� vulgarly  known as "cannibals't tomato."  Continuing our ungracious quest for  blunders down the centuries, we happen  upon the Hat assertion: "It was known  only as a curiosity in the United States  until about 1830."  Yet in a time-sallowed copy of "The  Virginia Housewife," by M. Randolph,  published in 1S28 (bequeathed to ms by  my mother) I And recipes for "stewed  tomatoes, baked tomatoes," etc., intro---  duced without a word of explanation.  The Virginia  housemother  of  that' day  , was evidently on familiar terms with the  "curiosity^.'    In   "The Old  Homestead," .  Aunt Tilda and her ancient wooer talk  of their youth and how nobody thought  of eating "love apples" then.  'It is a pleasant reflection that our tomato���������alias "tcmate"  in French,  Spanish and Portuguese: "tomati" with the  Mexicans,   who  make  abundant   use  of  it,   and   "lycopersicum   esculentum"   in  botanical lingo���������has been recognized far  and   wide as  the  most  valuable  of es- ..  cuients for a much longer .pericd^than  we generally believe and teach.  It deserves prominence as part of our  daily diet. We were told half a -century ago that lt contained calomel in-  very minute quantities. The chemist of  our century stoutly denies this, and we  who do not pin our faith to drugs as  health preservers are glad to readjust  .our ideas on this point. We know thac  it is slightly laxative and a gentle sweetener of the blood. Almost everybody^  likes it In one   form   or   another.   We  ,  yield to the'apple the title of "King of  v  Fruits."   We may as truly claim' for the  tomato the rank of "Prince of Household,  .Vegetables'." \    .   ; -    *     . .    -  Still tracing Its history down to date,  we learn that it was the first vegetable  to be canned in these United States. I  contribute a wee item' of information  in that line.  It ls now nine years since my atten-  - tion ��������� was directed especially to the  adulteration of canned foods' by the results'of actual analysis of the contents  of the glass Jars and tin*cans sold , to  and eaten by families in all quarters of  the country. I have published the  revelations made by chemists with whom  X wrought during the investigation. I  record with gratification that every-  specimen ot canned tomatoes submitted  to chemical test in the course of the  work was pronounced free from- deleterious preservative agents. Under the  beneficent pure food laws enacted since  that time, we may partake of fruits and  vegetables sealed hermetically, without  dread of salicylic acid in moderate doses,  and benssoate of soda in larger. Heat,  scientifically applied and continued for1  a given season, is the one and only preserving agency. American housemothers  .may well chant peanu of.thankfulness  -���������"'1. swJvVr'**.''''-,  T'.i;0������^'p,v(1V,.  'at-the deliveratt^������t&jn dangers untold  and teirible,to-*j$^tK'knd<life, of which  the majot phr&ify&Oipify never 'heard  until scienc"e���������vrfev^aj6d^fi|������e,',enormity of  the' iniquitous" manUfjtctnVe.* ,tIt is now  practicable to feed <ohf growing children  and ourselves upon'green vegetables and  ripe fruits full of sweet succulence all  the year round.. ^   .    -*    ,    <?  (    ^ ���������*- A  Returning to our prince of table vegetables, we note the marvelous Improvement In quality and* size wrought upon it,  by   intelligent   cultivation.*   We   dwell,  too,   with   especial   pleasure, ,upon   the  fact   that,   whereas   other   fruits   often  lose in flavor as they gain in dimensions,  our   tomato  responds  gratefully  io  superior conditions of culture in increased  richness of juicy fleshiness.   The smootH .  crimson specimen,  ripe  to a turn,  that ���������'  tilts the scale at ten ounces   is far more  luscious  than those sliced  for salad by  our mid-ntaieteenth-century 'cook.        __;  I cannot resist the temptation to commend, at this stage or my story to the  progressive housewife, the best way of  preparing our perfect representative tomato for the table. It is something  akin to desecration to cook it. As I  have observed, more than once or twice,  the juice of the tomato loses sweetness  under heat. I������ invariably try to restore  this, as far as artificial means can accomplish a natural process, by adding a  very little sugar. If you would taste  the prince In his perfected wholesome  palatableness, treat him as I shall now  direct.  Tomato Salad With. Whipped  Cream.  With   a   keen    knife,    pare    large,  smooth, ripe tomatoes.  (N. B.���������Always remov: the skin from  TfTMyt ATO Tl  own  L4TF  v������* ������������������������������������*<���������-  i/&%'*-' r -y  x-.yy^pyi&%  ���������'  r, f'~  -?y  ^iXX"^A''iAry  -, ,-,y.'"; yiy >y  drop the dice into ice-cold water.  When all are ready, drain off the  water to the last drop and mix the  bits of cucumber with the tomato  pulp. Fill the tomato shells with the  mixture, heaping it on the top: set the  tomatoes upon crisp lettuce leaves  and pour a great spoonful of mayonnaise over each.  As the tomatoes are to serve as cups  from which the mixture is eaten, it 13  necessary to leave the skins. Tliey  are not eaten.  Tomato and Corn Salad  Prepare large, flrm tomatoes as directed in the preceding reidpe. Have at hand  enough cold boiled corn to fill the excavated tomatoes. Save the pulp you remove, fer cooking. Fill the shells with  ���������the corn, which should be previously  seasoned with mayonnaise, and set the  filled tomatoes on the ice until you are .  ready to serve them. I^ay upon crisp  lettuce, or stick small stalks of endive  upright in the corn after dipping the  endive in mayonnaise.  Tomato Aspdc Salad  Soak half a box of gelatine Jn cold  water until soft and clear. Strain the  liquor from a quart of canned (or of  fresh stewed) tomatoes .through doubled  cheesecloth into a bowl. Season with a  teaspoonful of onion juice, 2 teaspoonfuls of sugar, a saltspoonful each of  paprika and salt. Set over the fire and  bring to a boll. Cook gently for-20  minutes; add the gelatine; stir until It  is dissolved, and strain through a ftan-  nel jelly bag into a mold -wet with cold'  water, or in small pate pans to be  served as individual portions.  Serve as a whole in a glass bowl set  about with endive or with the crisp inner leaves of lettuce, and ������ass mavog-  nalse with it.  by scalding. Take time and pains to  pare them delicately as you would a  luscious peach. Scalding impairs the  flavor. To Herve without paring. Is  slovenly and unwholesome.   The skin  is tough and indigestible.)  half and lay upon a crisp' lettuce leaf.'  Having pared the fruit, cut each in  Sprinkle lightly with salt and paprika,  and lay upon' the top a great spoonful  of whipped cream.  Send around heated and buttered  crackers and cream cheese with the tomatoes, or thin slices of buttered graham  bread. ,  Unless the tomatoes have been kept  In the Ice, pare them' an hour before  serving and set in a chilled place directly upon the lee. The whipped cream  should likewise be ke cold,  Thia Is the simplest and most elegant  way of serving tomato salad. Select  the finest fruits for it.  Tomato and Cucumber Salad  Here is an exception to the rule Just  laid down for preparing tomatoes for  salad by. paring them. y������v     ,  . v.  Cut off the tops  tomatoes, and with  out carefully  most  ������.  ripe,'flrm      l������<?JfOftt^<r&OoA&%&  i spoon dig      i!^/i&jrje^eGrC������i}r������,*94miS*  -'pulpy.. Set   ........,.....���������'   'yTSy..... . ..-..��������� ;-x. .���������  A prettier way is to lay a small mold  of the aspic with a crisp lettuce leaf  upon a chilled plate, and put a spoonful  of mayonnaise or of whipped cream  upon the top. PaBB one of these to each  person.  Tomato and Nut Salad  Pare the tomatoes carefully and ex- ,  tract yet more gingerly three-quarters  of the -pulp, leaving enough to make the  walls of the "cup." Have ready a pint  or so of blanched and minced nut meats  -'���������almond, pecan or walnut���������mixed with  mayonnaise or with a good French  dressing, and fill the tomato cups w4th  the mixture. Serve.upon lettuce or ro-  maine.  oi  fine.  a small -.---  of the pulp. ,  THE   HOiJSHE  i  in' the Ice while you prepare the cucumbers. Do this by peeling and cutting them Into dice. -Aa,you cut them,  *w&XtiUrt* mft���������  HERS'   EXCHA  T%EOAVBVS .'������������������ of- -the enonnovs  J< number' of letters sent to  ryi- tho Blwohanact I 'mutt ask;  contributor* to limit their bom-  tnuntoationo to 100 words, ewoept  i������. cases of formulas or reoipea,  which; roquire greater apace, I  want, fill mv correspondents to  fiaveyt showing in the Oorner,  and if mv request in this respect  is complied with it will ho possi.  lite to print manv more letters.  ���������-. Attention is nailed to the fact  that Marion ffarland cannot, r������-  acive motley for patterns, as she  has no oonneetion with,, anv department that sells them,   ������������������ x.vM  A Disappointed  |HIH ginger beer' reolpo you published *  , In reply to my rcQiiost was not what  , I wanted,   it wait ginger alo,   H any*  of the mombora liuvo tlio rlRlit onn,. I shall  tMvqmnliful, for it, y, - .,-.��������� ���������>.,- ������������������.-. y ,-. ���������.*��������������������������� ������������������'*,,  I   inclose  a * calca  reolpo  which   Is  very  Simple,   You will bo ���������nrprUod at tlio ro������.  Iowa Cake  One.aHd'A'h'ftlf'mipi.of amtitilatod mawi'V.'  2 lovol tablojipoanfuls of biitten 2 cutis of  j������r ll-siriert   flour;_8. lovel   teaspoonfuls . ot  toaklnpr powdorj   Jlnlto. in n hot oven.    '  yv ������������������ Mr '���������10/, (nurlington. la.,),  I dJd my host to moot'your wUhoa In  the mattor of tlio ginger boor. Homo-  lindy, oIho will nornf In Jimt whnt yon  want.  Thank you, foi; the cake roclpo.   '  X Rouladpit    '        . i-"\  -    Home weeks airo .a- oorreinondent aslcod  . for a roolpo for VOMlttden. * Mle is tlie wey, .  ��������� ������������������ l> mniio.nilnei  ���������  -������������������ ������������������*.���������,���������������. <��������� -;< .���������.<"���������  ,.���������,:.-������������������. .������������������.���������:..���������,  ,*��������� Cut pUipos the else ot your Imnit .from  '  round steaki sprinkle salt and ppwwr over1 *v  . them! then* sprout with musurd. < Uiy a  ���������He*   of   baron   nml   somcv chopped. onion  upon eaoh.   linll up nnd jnileis WlHi tnr*Ti������  nloke or- tie������������������ with  thread.- ��������� I^ry: brown  In ���������-  liaoon (at or In butter.   Add water i cover  vi������nd let them altnmor. from 8 to HU hour*.  ���������;'!        . y.r. ���������y,. .v./!    -        .���������������*,   '-I.,        y{.     ,  Add as muoh wator as Is needed to mnko  gravy and thlclcon with- cornstarch.   A littlo  cream or a glass of wlno will Improve it,   .  -Wo   Qormane   liko   to   ueo  croam   upon  moate   and wlno In soups.  .Homo timo ngo;. I eent .you tome recipes,'  but I never eaw them In print.   I also offered  Gorman .books;   musio tor bcKlnncrs  'In EnKlleh and In German; a loner list of  echool books; some pieces for woolen quilts, *  . ���������oto,  I, still havo, all tlioso to dispose of; also  ;*old'llnon and muslin. ���������   "       ;  I  am,it  vory  busy  woman,   and  yet  I  often wleh I had timo to do somo otohlne  * for your lOxohnnge.   It Is such a blessing.   '  Mis. W. U. (A.unurn Park, III,),  ���������Your  former  lotter  must  have  ml8-<  cnrrlod on the way, for, It Is not In the  drawer of "unanswered, koop una ubo"  --from..which wo draw our lioflt mato-'  rial.   Nor have wo any record ofjthe*  .., contonts.    Wo   make   room   cliuerfully  and  gratefully  for .your  liberalf;'offoro'  ���������and; hold' your addroatr.for thoeo who  should profit by your goodncsa, *.;-.     , ,,,  , v Oan you inform me,In wliat book.1 can.  find tho humorous dialogue entitled "Mau-  init Hoepv t  .-<������������������     Mrf. 8. B. 8. (Chopaohet,���������������������������������, I.)������ .A  " -We .tiahnot undbrtalco to got poomn,  rooltntlons and tho liko througii our  page. Wo "can and will let you know  where tlio dialogue l������ to bo. found when  the Information lu handed in to ub.  , '.'. v ';; I'Mdiri&Redpes   ���������  '���������<���������>* -.liope*!' the'eennv houbekeeper,   "Jane!"  (Chloaifo),  will  hnd  time to ���������oome again  1 f������S.n' ^ln|U"������ ."V   ������*nl������hx reolpes   with  ,��������� her.    Tho Danes hava a  way or cooking  common,  everyday  dishes-Tn  snnh ������   way  .   Jbat  they  taste  unlike  themselves ������������  we  .,.. jmow.thein, . ..-..,   : y ;  .- ���������  I <wll(, set her on eitnmnle by eendlng In  vm^wclpe for .plum  tiudiiing. ..which wu   ,  Hlvetij me- fiy .a,tiunUh friend.  ���������'. '^y^y "fcrmu 'Vuddiny;;,    ,     f  FMir.le������w Un applesi'i.wmi t'onnfiil*'  ��������� er itwieMok enimiwr-S:-t������nf������spoorifnAi ������f  sugar; hutteK the sice of an egg,   , .;-..*  Jjnjy fno.jingnr ynu tlio ������runms ond tiy!.  them   in, the butter,    fltew  the  attplee  lit ���������.  es littlo water as will  keep thom  from.  Inurnlng.    Hweettn   and  remove  fruih   tli^  stove, /Add. tho beaten eggs. Put:* layer  of tho fried'crumbs Into a buttered pud-  dlnnr mold; then one of apples, continuing  In this ordor until all the; Ingredients aro  used, tho top layer being of crumbs.  '''... Cover and set away to coot. This will  , Iceqt) good for several days, Turn out  'and.aervo with whipped cream, A  _ Thanlw for dlreotlbne for nresorvln*; figs,  I am still waiting .for reoipea for guava  J^lly and preserves.    . A       >      ���������  ,-;.,������ O. U3.M, (I-ob Angeles,.Cal,),  I  Insert, the  pudding  reclpo just, as  you givo It. '., I  had expected   to   read  "bake In a moderate oven," ,As all the  , Ingredients except tho eggs wore already  cooked i boforo thoy wore put together,  perfiaps tho Danish pudding Is all right.  Ji* too,; nm hoping for furthor coinmunl-  ] orations from our -woll boloved "Jane,"  i of Chicago.  axA:xt'     To M. E. Gy  x;./'An-artlole sighed ������'M,,W, O," appeawd  In tho Wxohange somo timo ago, nticalclng.  :',.' of a cure for rheumatism,   can, you give  yme tho proscription In Its entirety?  .  y      - * . ;Mra, O. C. fl. (Oskaloosa, Ta,),  /UAnothofv,' oorjoapondent   writes,   and  niaro 4mi>ortunatoiy, to tho same effect.  , I auoto in parts  Miss' B. writes in good faith for hersfIf  ,  and other suiToirera from rheumatlftn, eon-  1  ndent that ������'M...Ijf a.*', will not refuse to  forward   speelfle  dlreatlons   for, trcatmont  praised ������o'highly ,by herself.*   ...  !���������  It . too  miioli   to ask  that  letters  be  toiwardoil  to  VM.  10. O.."  who may re-  , spond without .algnlng a name, should *lie  ilielrrt to.remain  im'imitoT' .itiii-will  she  please ietAwjiaya.tho formuaT.  TVA/n. tHt.'rnuVa Park, Minn.).  Whon, In .regpoiuto to Mlsn JJ.'a flmt  letter contalnlnr a r������qu*Mit for the. nd-  . areas of, "Af.  M, Q���������'\ l aaid thnt tho  ���������ame wa������ confidential, hut that r win*  ��������� ���������naklng thaf; ���������������������������M.,vWy 6;V  would let ua  ��������� liavo tin* foMUUlaAin full for ptiblloatlon  jn   tho   iDxolianKA,   Laotwl   "in    wood  faith,'1 and In the *tm'oon vie tion that r  wan doing th������ .right thing* for all con*  , cerned,   For there lay then upon my  ���������', ������V������������k Niioh a'-pilri of letters benooohlrtg  ino to put the writers into communlca-  tlon.wlth tho ownfr'.or the coveted for*  miila that I dared not let h������r have even  the moderate percentage of these which  contained stamps for reply. Miss B;  Hent not one but four stamps. I have  begged "M. E. O." to mako publlio what  so many need. I now reiterate tho petition, unless she docs this I am powor-.  Ices to ������atlefy the applicants. Every  mnil "brings entreaties from thoso whoso  addresflfts have gone by mall In response  to requests cduohod In some such terms'  as this:    .  "Ploneol   pleafloM   plcaso!!!   send   my  address to nobody else!    My stores ofA  nrtlolbs offered aro exhausted, and forty  letters still remain, unanswered!"  The above la <t verbatim extract from  the lottor of��������� a woman who put a go-  cart at our dlaposnl. It Is but a sample  nrUde.   ������������������ ���������' ���������:.���������''.':' ?":������������������; :'.y\ " ��������� '  I am In high hopes* thnt the remedy  doscrlbed by.-VM.-BtyGf.'.' (Beaton, Mnas.),  will boforthcemlnffthofore lonff. if not,  it la not my fauU.'?'  NoXAddresses Given  Do you know whero roots of thoXuther  Tlurliank. crimson  winter rhuharh  may  he  bought?,  if, not. and there ts a noailblllty of In-  sertlng this quory In the, Wxehnnge durlna;  the next month, will you kindly publish the  . InformationT   hOHK v. a. (Aurora, ill.).  ' BuelncB* 'nddreames nre not printed In  the Exchange /for obvloun roaaona,  Bhould tho information asked for by ar.  esteemed correupondont ho nont In to me  It will bo forwarded to hor. by mall,  Too Late  "Clementine" (T-oulavllle, Ky.) will  ipparoiit neglect, of her re-  nts as to n aurprlse-dahoe  pardon my appnront neglect, oe hor re-  quost for hints aa to n aurprlse-dahoe  alio wlHhed to give bur "very beat  friend," In April, wlion J tell her thut  the' letter wna- received altogether tno  late ror,me to have tho.anawor 1 should  havo beoh glad to jrlvo publlalied In  ^���������tmniiu to be of nny: wirvloo to lier, <i.  1 mny any the .Hitme, to n muacullno  mombor .who wrote of hia dealte to,get  a pr-jgraiii for nn entertainment toVue  iflven upon hia twentieth wedding-day  unnlvorsury,   The lottor oould not pos  sibly bo Inserted beforo the Important  day hnd passed by a week or two,  ���������;���������; In ' each case my clmgrln w������b eln-  cero, I should havo esteemed lt a  ���������; pleasure to take a hand in tho festivities.  Wantcd-~A Floor Polish  -A short time ngo thoro was a reolpo for  -   floor stain-published In tha iSxchango. tho  buse being permanganate ot potunh.   Could '  I got It?  I waa visiting .whon I saw It. and  tho people with whom I was staying would  not   let   mo  out  It  out   uf   tlio   iniimr,   au  ,  they, wantod  It  thomsolvos.    Thoy  "would  ' eon that it was naved for mo."   I uakod for  ,   lt last week, but thoy had "forgotten all  about It,"   Clin I liooe to have It reprinted?  Mrs. T, 8. V, (New Albany, Imi.).  Roforrcdl     I  am sorry  you  did  not  tako a copy of.lt.   I.do not recollect the  ; formula., it  will probably  bo aont In  asuln. ��������� .     i  Home������Curcd Hapt.  X road In tho IQxcliange that' "1... Ij. A."  (Pekln, III.) would like lo get a roclpo for  iiiKur-r-urmi hams, I can Indorse that  wliich 1 coiilriliulo an gooU, liuvlng used It  in my family for years,  Sugar-Cured Hnm  One pound of saltpeter, I pound of pepper,  8 s?������.Un<,.AfiJ brown tugar and to pounds of  enU to lOoo pounds, or nork.  Dissolve the saltpeter In a very little  hot {vatcr; mix all ,tli������ Ingrodtents thoroughly Into n ntlrf nlolde and rub this on  and into t|ie .meat, "bo this with tho hand  and hard., until Ihe meat Is covered and  will take In no more, The salt should lio  al] over the surface.  tnsert your nngnr undor the central bono  of hams and u'iouIiIith, and fill the open-  '.men -with tho iii'xluit'.  . When tho- plokle Is all In, lay the meat  In ������ oeol plnee ror about two wenks, not  letting It got down tn rreeling point, and  H���������wlU be ready to rmolie, ....  Bmoklng Is a preventive against the In-  .roads of Inaenta, and (lio meat will, ba  aweet and tender, warranted to keep all  summer,  ��������� ,  lieor may ������������ imt mi by. lli*> umm r*c|pe,  but ono week In the pickle, la long enough  for It. I., C w. (Han Jusv, III,).  -Your formtilu hna the prime recommendation of simplicity. T wlah you had  told u������ how long the meat ahould be  smoked and how It should bo packed tt>  insure preservation during hot weather.  Porhupn you will somo day.   ���������  Currant Pie       (  May I rood in next Sunday's issuo. a recipe   for   making   dried   currant   plef    X.  ehouUl   nppreclato   your   compllanoo.  with  this rcqunnt, aa 1 tdiould like to make tho.  P'SN^  M^Syi   APPniioiATKB    YOUB    '  IllCCIPICfl  (Mcrlden,  Conn.).  It  wan not  practicable   to jirlnt the ,  reclpo at the dato you namo.  The letter  was  forwurdted  to me  from  the otllco  several days after tho Monday on which  you wiuliod to make..the pica.     .       ...  Recalling the pleasant fact that there  arc many more Mondays and Sunday*  to coipe, I give the.formula:.-.;.  Drifld Currant Mo  Soak'a pound of cloanod currants <or  two hours in luktiwuwi wator and drain, y  Add the julco of halt a lomon and a .cup  of white sugar,    Loavo curranLg (dripping wet) and tho sugar together in ft  howl   until   the  suamr Is dissolved into  syrup.   Have   plo platen  Hnod   with ft  good ci-HHt; fill with tho fruit and juice;  Iny a top cruat over all nnd bnko,   With  a keen knlfo make Inclsldns In the top :  crust to lot out the steam and prevent  the crust from bulging, -. .������������������  "Jn Time of Peace"  rieaeetftll me IC there ts a "carbot" or  acid, or by whatever name it may be oal ed,  that will extermlnoto buas.       ���������    :  .    ���������'  ���������   ' i  . M������.y it ba used upon cola and upholstered  fnrnlnir*   fn   ������.   room   wh������r������   thora   I*   an  otxin nivulaco, ona Uglued Jatjma burn aW  nlulit T   Tell ma ail about It, pleas*.  . '. .do. not  know .tliat   there  Is a  alagle  ���������vhlnciY'   in  n>y  house,   but   1   ������uU|4 ; pa ���������'  |il������iWlr������il  fer tlirin.  v i* m..h. (flouth t'nlon. .Ky.).  I do hot know to what preparation  you refer, Tho best exterminator of  which t havo any Ken Ih gufcollnu, and  this must not be used whore there are  nrtlficlnl Hirhta. A mixture of aplrlta  or turpentine and corrosive aubllmate  la a Ino potent. You uro wise, ''In Uiti4  of police to prepure for war/' ���������       , ��������� t  laHln  ma  KW  Hi*ka_auuuaaHHMl������IH..B i������M  THE   cBSSfON,   B. C,   REVIEW  ass  ��������� UII1WUI  ��������� luaaiM ^  ������������������"������  ������aaraaias  FHE  CANADIAN  BANK  Ob  COMMERCE        ,  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  Creston Hotel  CAPITAL, -  $10,000,000  REST, -   $8,000,000  FARMERS'   BUSINESS  The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility  for the transaction of their banking* business including* the discount and  collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge  on application.  BANKING   BY   MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of  Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same careful  attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business.  Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily as  by a personal visit to the Bank. A231  'PERCY <B. FOWLER, Manager, Creston Branch  Tke Creston ^evtelfc  s^o&aCTa'ojoc^rc^iaQcgr  :^C���������������������s*^CC  Published every   Friday at Oreston, British. Columbia, by the Oreston Publishing Co., at their office, Wilson Avenue. Oroaton,  J. K. Johnson  Manager.  Ralph G.Scrdton  Editor.  Subscription, $2.00 a year, in advance.  30-Day Notices, $5; 60, $7.50; 90, $10  The Rerview is the acknowledged advertising medium of tho Oreston valley, circulating in ovor one thousand homes throughout the Creston district. Om  columns are open.'to correspondents on live questions of local interest. Contributions must be brief, written on one side of the paper only and signed, not  necessarily for publicatiou, but as evidence of good faith. VWe invite support  in onr endeavours to increase the usefulness of the Review ty bringing in yoni  advertisements, subscriptions and news. Complaints froni subscribers as t������  non-receipt of paper will be promptly attended to. Address all commnnica-  ttouato the    editor  The Leading  Hotel of tbe  Fruit    Belt  Our  Catc  Guests  c4gain  k  \/OU will make no mistake  | when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner uprto-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  Jsn  ���������uni mercyi tias Anynoay seen  My Cat?"  This particular .oat, bo the story TJ  goes, having found a bottle of j?%  N: B. C. Beer, preferred its joy- W  bringing qualities to a plaoe by ������*  ������������������his own fireside." But yon don't JfL  need "to wonder" tn taste tha jr  pleasures af N. B. C Beer.���������Sold ���������#$���������  at all hoteln in Creston. &L  Nelson Brewing  ���������In    I tf!   Wm- Q������sne11  UUir IsslUi      Manager.  L   R.   Mn  Pi  District-  District  farmer  For years Creston has been infested with a gang of  petty thieves, who try to disguise the real motive of their  robberies by calling them jokes, and terming as VMulligans'  the secret meetings at whieli they divide the stolen property. These individuals, are in reality the worst class of  sneak thieves, they are too mean to purchase their food like  honest men, but prefer rather to slink around their neigh-  bor's chicken house all night, relying upon their supposed  position in the community to prevent their real designs  being "discovered. 'V  One of these miserable, petty pilferers, on .Sunday  evening last, stole two chickens from Station Agent R. M.  Reid, evidently relying on our hard worked station agent,  being too anxious for repose on the weekly rest day, to  stay awake to protect his property. It may interest this  disreputable rascal, to learn that he narrowly escaped being  shot, also that his identity is suspected, and that he will be  fortunate if he does not find himself behind the bars in  Nelson, wearing one of those striped jackets which the  Government provides free, to any would be smart Alec who  cannot discriminate between other people's property and  his  VIVVil. JL11V    tOgV   ctl.    HViOUU    VV CIO    UULU   CApJ V������P1J .      1U1 lUW     O Or IS.  accommodation of, and is filled right along, with larks no  worse than these so called Muliiganers, and it would be a  boon to every honest citizen, if some of the local specimens  ot the mulligan fraternity, could bev put away to spend a  few months in the same jail as the other thieVes tb whose  company they really belong.'  The person who steals chickens,  and  robs  the^  and grower of his produce, is a dirty low  down  thief, only  a  shade better than  the other muliiganers, who eat  tht  food they had not nerve enough to steal for themselves.  /ADDITIONAL LOCALS  The crowded house which greeted the " In Wyoming "  Company, on Tuesday evening, was alike a tribute  to the  good reputation of the Company, and a proot of the effective,  ness of the " Review " as an advertising-medium.  The play follows along the usual lines of the " W dolly  Western " story, which seem to possess a never failing attraction for Canadian Audiences. Judging from the reception given the actors throughout the four acts, the show  pleased the large audience, and any specially good hits were  at once applauded, the natural acting of the artists who took  the parts of Hiram and,his wife being especially appreciated  In Wyoming, was oue of the best plays ever staged at  Creston, and we hope this talented Company will pay us  another visit in the near future.  For sale:-Two good horses, eight and nine years old,  party going to England. Horses can be seen at the Brick-  son Hotel.  Mr. C. Blair, of Canyon City, left at the end of last  week, on a four months vieit to Bonnie Scotland.  Mr. W. D. Smith, son of Mr. Jacob Smith of the City  Bakery, arrived in towu on Friday last, from Laconibe Alta.  He will remain in Creston for a time, and may locate  permanently here.  Another big deal was put through last Saturday, v/hen  Mr. O. P. Wisler sold ia������ acres, one and a half miles from  Brick-yon, go Mr. Chaileg Richardson of New Westminster.  Nelson Land  of West Kootenay  Take notice that 1������ Walter  Detner, of Ymir, B.C., occupation Lumberman, intends to  apply ior permission to purchase * the following described  lands :���������  Commencing at a post plant  t*d at the S.W. corner of    Tom -westerly    direction    from  jbharles* location about six (6) j southwest    eorner of.  Nelson   Land   Bistrict-r-Bistrict  of West Kootenay  Take    notice.    that    Walter  Demer, of Ymir,   B.C., occupation lumberman, intends to appiy ior permission to purchase  the following described land :-���������  Commencing af a post planted about four miles in a'south-  the  9323  Castile Soap.  Linen Envelopes.  Writing Pads'  Boxed stationery.  Business envelopes  Infants feeders.  Photographic  Fruit tar rings  Baseballs  I  Etc.  Etc.  I  c  i  miles in a S.W. direction from* an<i adjacent to the, southeast  the S.W. corner of Lot 9323 corner of Tom Charles's loca-  being    the   Northwest,  corner,.tion, thence   north    80 chains  thence running South 80  chains, East 80 chains, JNorth  80 chains, and West 80 chains  to point of commencement and  contains ��������� 640 acres more or  .less.   -  Walter Demer, Applicant.  James Fisher, Agent.  Dated June   10th,   1911. s  east  80 chains, south 80 chains  and west   80 chains to point of  .commencement    and containing  1640 acres more or less .  -Walter Demer, Applicant.  James Fisher, Agent.  Dated June   11th,   1911.  Creston Drag&Book Co.  S  Nelson   Land   District���������Distri6t  of West Kootenay   ,  Take notice that I, Stella  Warson, of Rossland, B.C., occupation Spinster, intend to  apply for permission to purchase the following ^desribed  lands :-���������  Commencing at a post planted about .four (4) miles in a  Northerly-direction from i the  Northwest corner of Lot* "4275,  South of and adjoining James  Morrison's location, thence  South 80 chains, thence;,East  40 A chains,    thence    North   $0  r*lr% a'Tir-aCf        4-l\ *>���������** ****.     ������r������w4.        J%������%     s>tao*ltC'  to ��������� point, of commencement and  containing 320 acres more or  less.       ������������������  Stella Warson, Applicant.  James Fisher, Agent.  Dated June  10th,  1911.  Nelson   Land   District���������District  of West Kooteha'y  Take notice that I, Mary Bil-  for, of Spokane, Wash.> occupa*  tion Housekeeper, intend to ap*  ply for permission to purchase  the following described lands :--  Commencing at a post plantod about four (4) miles in a  Northerly direction from the  Northwest corner of Lot 4275  on West side of Mosquito Creek  South of and adjoining James  Morrison's location, theuce'  South 80 chains, thence ' West  80 chains, thence North 80  chains, thence ..East 80 chains  to point' of commencement and  containing 640 acres more or  less.  Mary Bilfor, Applicant.  James Fisher, Agent.  Dated June  10th,   1911,  Nelson  Land   District���������District  of West Kootenay  Tako notico that I, Mamie  Long, of Spokane. Wash., occupation Married Woman, intend  to apply for permission to purchase tho following described  lands :���������  Commencing at a post plantod about throo (3) milos in a  Northerly direction from tho  Northwest cornor of Lot 4275  and adjacent to tho Northoast  corner of Harry Brauor's location, thenco South 80 chains,  thonco East 20 chains, thonco  North 80 chains, thonco Wo*t  20 chains, to point of common-  comcttt und containing 100 ������ct-  voh movo or less.  Mamio.Long* Applicant.  Jamos Fi������hor, Agont.  Dated Juno   10th,   1911.  Nelson    Land District���������District  of West Kootenay  Take notice that 1, Tom  Charles, of Patterson^ B.C.,. occupation lumberman, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands :-���������  Commencing at a post planted about four (4) miles in a  southwesterly direction from ^  the southwest .corner of lot'i  9323^ east of A Mosquito jQrjgek,  thehcey north , 80 chains, west  80chains, south.80 chains and  eastySO chains" to point of  commencement -. t and cbnt aining  640 acres more or!, less. t  Tom Ciiarle^'--'A'O'T'iicSriits  James Fisher, Agent.  Dated June   11th,   1911.  Nelson Land District���������District  ol Westv Kootenay.:  Takev noticeiv that 1> James  Morrison; of Ymir,. B.C., occupation Lumberman, intend to  apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands :���������    y      '(('Ay'A ..':''  Commencing at a post planted about five '(5} miles in a  Northerly direction from * the  N.W. corner of Lot 4275 and  adjacent to the Northeast corner of M. Flanigan's location,  thenco South 80 chains, thence  East 40 chains, thence North  80 ^ chains, thence West 40  chains to point of commencement and containing 320 acres  more or less.  Jas. Morrison, Applicant.  James Fisher, Agent.  Dated June  10th,   1911.  Nelson Lfend District���������District  of West Kootenay  Take notico that I, Mike  Flannigan, of Ymir, B.C., occupation Lumberman, intends to  apply for permission to purchase tho following described  lands:���������  Commencing at a post plant-  about fivo (5) milos in a Northerly dirootion from tho N. W.  cornor of Lot 4275 on East  sido of Mosquito Crook boingtho  Northoast cornor thonco South  80 chains, Wost 80 chains,  North 80 chains, abd East 80  ohains to point of commence-  "mont and containing 640 acres  moro or less,  Mike Flannigan AppUoant  James Fisher, Agent.  Dated Juno  10th,   1911.  aa���������  TfiE PIPE OP PEACE  was bo called because of the  soothing effect of a. smoke of  good tobaoco. If yo& would  enjoy the effect to the fullest  try nny onp of the tasty brands  of onr large a -sortment of  SMOKING TOBACCO  which is mode of better tobacco  than \?as ever' smoked by the  Indians. Come right; in y when  you are around our wayVi and  smoke" a pibfeTWit-h ns. l?Find  out the brand yon like the best  Oreston Wirte & Spirit Go.  5.  POOLE  Prop.  l������***^;W'^^**������^^-*VAAAA/W\V^**^������W^^������VWV^V*^'^-*-^V>.  All changed of add. munt bo hnndotl in  at tho Ho view Oflloo not Inter than  Wodneuday noon In each week.  FOR SALE iSaddle Horse,  apply to Victor Cnn\ Alice  Siding, B. C.  Ifonrtoon lonvou of Rood broad for n  dollar, ������t tho City Bakery. Alio onLoi  or ttUVitflsilcs, Uy thom.  Billiards and Pool  Cigars and Cigarettes  Hot or Cold Baths  ' ���������; ������������������ ���������: At.-^ Any^; Hour  '���������^'Sk'XAA.  .  .   y ���������':'������������������ ���������.***?��������� .���������:������������������.-:-. ��������������������������� ''���������������������������������������������  Razors Ground and Set  r    -~r,<r--y-    ���������-.---      -.yvyyyyy :-���������������������������,,     . 1; .    ,.,-.   .....  ���������V'.  :T*nraT')  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  (Best equipped Livery in Toviw)  All olaas of TURNOUTS Bupplled At flbort notice.'   Tho InteWt s'tylA.'of.  CUTTERS and BUGGIES for Bate aud hiro.   Snddle nnd pack horaori n  A ;Speolnlity. ���������' '.' y  Food fov Bale. Agont fov tho McLaughlin Maufg. Co. HorfleR for Bnlo  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wiro and mail, and moot nil trains  at any honr of tho day or night.   Commorolnl men and Inndeeekora, will  roooivo prompt attention V  H. S. McCreath> Prop  Phono BO  Sirdar Avonuo  Box 14  ' o  '. o  -i:s  i3  ��������� o  ���������'���������''���������3  ���������s  ii  I  AiLtUUUUlJL^JUL^aJLOJ}J.RiULnj " ^.ajlM.g.ft Ittt B n HP ,Q fl 0 tt 0 ft. B 0 Ptt B, * JU  vm  THE  SHOP  and carriage; works  ji BLIiiJi'iiiiiliiii11^"1****'11*1''111*****^^  BoggioB, DomooratB, aiR������ and dnttora for nalo nt rookbottom prloos  >��������� Wo do nil klndo.^f fcp^pg.and. wooa wokk wHb diaputoh  Onr ahop ihipbatcA iloar too OroBfcon Moronntllo Oo.  W������ aro uIho ngonlfl for tlio brogou Nuraory Oompany nnd liandlo  .   ITirBt-olaaaFrnit fcwc*      .*   ��������� ��������� ���������  ���������  *������������������*���������!���������  W. K. BROWN  IMRMI  '-*������"  SS  VJ-l'  * .m.  v ���������  ; <C!*  - ������' *TKB   CRESTON,; B.C.,   REVIEW.  wm**mBmmmray&ss!!~~!^vf ���������i.i'xi"^1  - ..^ .���������<  ���������rtaaqa  lrV  i������-i_umjiaae-^c'oi������<-w'������  If You Like to Drive  yon can indulge yourself by engaging a  team from this livery stable for as long  and as shf>rt a time as you deBire.  This Livery Stable   ���������  is also prepared- to send a onrringn tn  meet traina, to take yon shopping; or calling, or to oonvey you to any June weddings you wish to attend.  Cameron JESros*  CRESTON LIVERY  A- MIRABELLI  THE   CRESTON   SHOEMAKER  Best Workmanship  Boots and Shoes made, to Order  A Speciality  Statrfces & Co.  Wholesale  Provisions.   Produce,   Fruit      i  !GC3ro7������������a vviuuitDaiGu Xuot"CiJi������i>uto ���������  NELSON        - B. C. j  ' ' i  yy  Baggies and democrats at cost, at- w  K. Brown's carriage works.  For Sale.���������S20 acres of crown-granted  excellent Fruit Land on Kootenay Lake  Lot 913. Apply, C. P. Hill. Hillcrest  Mines,- Alberta 15-th  Frnit Ranch, for Sale���������Fifteen    acres  in   good   state   of cultivation,  planted  with-1300 trees consisting of apple,plum,  peach and cherry trees.  Good five room  - house and stable one and a half miles  ' from.  CrestoH.     Apply   to   Walter   V*  V Jackson Phone 91 Creston B. C.  Subscribe to the REVIEW today.  Alert  on Hknd  A complete stock of  Fresh Beef,Veal, Mutton,  Lamb and Pork,  Sausage, any kind  Hams and Bacon, Butter  and   Eggs,   Lard,   Beef  Dripping, Etc*  Fresh Fish every Friday.  Smoked Fish all tbe time.  Our Smoked Salmon and  Halibut is choice.  P. BURNS & Go.  Limited  CRESTON       -      B.C.  ������������x7s:u ���������Miss  Johnson is prepared to  take a limited number of pupils for  tuition in musia.   For terms apply to  J. K. Johnson, residence on Viotoria  Avenue ; ___  First class 30b printing at tne Review  Office.  See W. K. Brown and get a new coat  of paint put oa that old bnggy; and  make it look like ne .v ; best work, and  lowest prices, at the W. K. Brown  carriage works.  Nelson Land District, District, of West  Kootenay.  Take notice that I Rosie   Hunz,   of  Spokane Washington, o2cupation Spinster, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described lands ;-  Commencing  nt a  post planted at or  near the   Southeast corner of lot 8698  theuce West 40 chains. South 80 chains  East 80 chains, North 80 cbaitfs,   West  40   chains to point  of commencement"  aud continuing 6i0 acre's more  or less.  Rosie Hunz, Applicant.  J. Fisher, Agent,  Date April 21st. 1911 42-49  LOCAL AND PERSONAL  , At a meeting of the fruit growers. Ass-  decided to notify all lobal Jruit growers,  thauorders for apple,.pear and plum  boxes, must be handed in to the secretary of the Association,-not Inter than  -Monday Jnly 24th.  Mr. Chas. Richardson, has purchased  a seven acre plot of frnit land from Mr-  J, Hobden, in addition to the 120 acres  the. same investor has bought- from Mr.  O. P. Wisler. Mr Richardson intends  to commence active improvements upon  ehe whole of his new property at once,  putting the bottom land under hay and  vegetables, ana the bench land in fruit.  > Fred G. Little, District C. P. R. Fire  Warden, made a trip to Yahk the fore  part of this week. He reports a complete absence of  iires along the line.  George Hunt and crew, returned from  White Grouse Mountain on Saturday,  whera they have been completing a good  trail from Kitchener.  Frank Johnson, a former resident at  Oreston, and now of Vancouver, passed  through town last Monday, en route to  the terminal cicy.  Mr. Prescott, Superintendent of  motorcars of the S.audl., with his  family, passed through town on Wednesday, bonnd for Ne:son. He makes  his headquarters in Spokane.  No definite clue has yet been obtained  of the thief who, a week ego on Friday  night, stole a trunk belonging to Miss  Pence of Jariskson, from the Erickson  Station room, and raving carried 'same  across the railway track, broke Hie lock,  and turned the contents completely up  side down. :  Mr. E. F. Piatt, formerly of the Wigwam cafe, is now comfortably installed  in his new quarters in the Ed, F  Johnson Block, directly opposite the  Creston Hotel. The name of the new  restnr'ant and Ice Cream Parlour, is the  '' Huzelwood Cafe," the ad. of which  cau be found elsewhera in this  issue.  . Why be troubled with dyspepsia,  when you can get whole wheat bread at  the Oity Bakery.  Nelson Land District-District of West  Kdor.soay.  Take notice that I Steplieri "Jeffery of  Arrow Park B. C.. occupation rancher,  intends tn apply for permission t j purchase ��������� tbe following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted about  20 ohains West of the Northeast corner  of lot 8028, thenoe North 80 chains,  West 40 chains, Sonth 80 chains, and  East 40 chains to point of commencement, and containing 820 acres more or  less.  Stephen Jeffery, Applicant  .   J. FiBher, Agent.  Date May 6th. 1911 42-49  Nelson Land District-Distriot of West  Kootenay  Take notice that I Charles H. Jeffery  of Arrow Park B. C, occupation Rancher, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a pest planted at or  near the Southwest corner of Lot 870,  thence South 80 chains. West 40 chains  North 80 chains.and East 40 chains to  point of commencement, and containing  320 acres more or less.  Charles H. Jefferey, Applicant.  J. Fisher, Agent.  Date May 5th. iSii. 42-49  MINERAL AOT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  JBen hnrr, Summit, Last Chance, Old  Dominion, Climax and Spnd Fraction;  Mineral Claims, situate in the Nelson  Mining Division of West Kootenay District.  Where located:���������On   East Bank   of  Priest River, aoont three miles North  of the International boundary line.  TAKE NOTICE that I Charles Moore  j  acting as agent for A. I. Marenteile F.  M. C. No 83U8B, E. W. Stoner Free  Miner's Certificate No 33227 B, intend;  sixty days from the date hereof, to  apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claims  And further take notice that action  under Section 87,  must be commenced  befcre the issue of such Certificate of  Improvements.  Dated this 6th day of July, 1911.  Chas. Moore, Agent.  B  miR.3Beatt?  CRANBROOK  - B.C.  The  Funeral Director  Hyot  INFORMATION is desired es to  the whereabouts of Margaret J������une  Fish, nee Brown, last heard of in.  Halifax, England. Please communicate with A. B. "Advertiser" Office.  Kimberley,  S. Africa. '  met  eJlcBrea.th&*bUcBgme4xt for Catarrh  The rational way to combat Catarrh  is the Hyomei way, viz: by breathinar.'  Scientists for years have been agreed <m  this point but failed to get an antesepiic  strong enough to kill catarrh, germs an i  not destroy the tissues of the membrane  at the same time, until the'discovery nf  Hyomei (pronounced High-o-me).   .'  Hyomei is rhe most powering y������*t  healing _, antiseptic known. Breathe it  through tho inhaler over the inflamed  aud germ-ridden membrane four or five  times a day,and in a few days the genus  will disappear.  A complete Hyomei outfit, including  the inhaler costs $1.00 and extra bottle,  I if afterwards needed, cost but 50 cent8.  j Obtainable from your druggist or post ���������  I paid from The R. T.  Booth Co , Ltd ,  Fort Erie, Ont.    Hyomei ib guarantee. I  to  cure   asthma,   croup,   sore   throtf,  coughs,  colds or grip or refund your  monoy back.    Sold and guaranteed by  he Creston Drug & Book Co.  NERVOUS, LIFEL  DEBILITATED MEN  YOUiNG MEN AND P.GDDLE-AGED MEN**  thi victims of early indiscretions and later ex.  ceases, wbo are failures ia life���������you are the  ones we can restore to manhood and reviva  the spark of energy ond vitality. Don't give  up in despair because you bave treated -witb  other doctors, used electric belts and tried  various drug: store nostrums.  Our New Method Treatment hes snatched  hundreds from the brink of despair, has re*  stored happiness to hundreds of homes snd  has made successful men of those who -were  "down and out." We prescribe specific remedies for each individual case according to the  symptoms and complications���������wo have no  patent medicines. This is one of the secrets of  our -wonderful success as our treatment cannot foil, ior we prescribe remedies adapted to  each individual case ��������� Only curable cases accepted. ������������������ *W������\have done biuineis throughout  Canada for over 20 Years.  CURABLE CAsfes  GUARANTEED  ^ -,.OR NO  PAY  S~CSilED Are you a victim? Have you K.zi  bSiEJ ������11 hope? Are you intending to xnonr* i  as your blood been diseased? Have you anv  -weakness? Oar New Method Treassene witt  cure you. Wliat it has done for otheni it will  do for you. Consultation Fie������. No matter  who has treated you, write for an hones*  opinion Free ������F Charge. Booka vxeo���������  "Boyhood, Manhood. Fatherhood.-' (Illustrated) on Diseases of Men.  NO NAMES USED WITHOUT" WRITTEN CONSENT. No name, on Wh er ������nv������l.  S5SS*. J^.*HS&U>* Confidential. Qackttoa List and Cost of Treatment: FREE FOR HOME  TREATMENT.  DRs.KENNEWMENggEDY  Cer. Michigan Ave. and Oriswcfd St.,   Detroit, Mich.  isSffs^gspS9 ' AH letters from Canada must ba addressed  Ww 1 lUHii to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  ngmmmmammmmm ment in Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  aee us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  ao patients in onr Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor. Cau  AWrifes far our private address.  BBS  na  i x 1  ���������      ���������         ���������    ��������� . ,      _     '"^M%-  Stop off andJtake������������������  a Look at Sunny  ���������ravt-e**-**  In British Columbia's  mmmmm-MmifWi^m..������������������������' _*_���������!������������������:  If You Want to see  i. r * <  the Choicest  Creston, KJ5. O.  Has never had a orop failure.  ���������������������������������*������������������������������������  Has no damaging frosts.  Minimum temperature 1011, 3 degrees  abovo zero.  ���������*���������������������������������������������������  Grow* applos that are first prtyo winners every year in competition with  A thoVorld.'';'VA'a :���������''Vvv''1-V v.,.;  ��������� A ���������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������':  Hu nn ideal and mild oliraate.  Investments  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������o)#  \.  Has tbo most favored loontion, clone to  markets, ainplo transportation faoU-  HIob, two railroads and a navigablo  rivor.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������ '������������������������������������'*���������  Dlntvlot opniprlseu, tho Impost aroa ot  , frontline, ��������� provoa fruit land" in tho  provmoo, 00,000 aoros in ono blook,  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  Haa the quality nnd quantity of land to  oompote favorably aaniuat the commercial orchards of tho world.  1280 Acre  'Best Soil, Level, cMundance of  Water, Good Ifpads, Suitable for  ividing  izing or  '. ..' ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������        ''.Ar\ ':���������-"���������'.'���������  20 acres one half mile front totbti, simiAmprQl>edi duelling.    t60 acres one  mile from tctim, finest soil and situation in theGloriousKoptenays  Also other tracts improved ana unimproved high grade fruit lands at towest prices, all genuine proposition*  Creston, Jt$. C.  -1    ���������  Is eituatod iti tbe Kootonay Valley  betwoun Kootenay Lake and the  United States Boundary Line, 70  miles Southeast of Nelson, 70 miles  Southwest of Oranbrook! nnd 100  milea-Northeast of Spokane.  What Lord Justice Grantham said; For a  safe invostment I prefer Creston to nny  othor place in British Columbia.  What Hon. Thos. Tuylor field:   Ores,  ton Distriot is'tho garden of British  I     Columbia.  What Andrew Oarnatxie aaid: Tho  wiso man invostn his money in good  real ostato.  ;, AWhat Jacob   Astor did. made $50;<  OOOiOOO in roal eotato in SO years.  Gain health and wealth, and provo  yonr wisdom by buyiug fruit lands iu a  proven frnit olimnto, and -whero no  irrigation is required.  '������������������1 ^���������%���������������%*���������  .>'yiJJl.������JiL.������Ui...JLU  to the  0<zvner  mmmimmi..������mmnimmmmmimm*W!mmaaw><Bi  Creston  'British Columbia  \fmMmVEmEm)mUBBmWS&Silm^& HHHB   Wk    HM aaSHMHIflMV VhW 1    m     ' Hm ' M: MCBB ^^hwb^^ -  ,���������>������������������,��������� ��������������������������� ' ~ vmmm wbp liftfisS  References: Canadian Bank of Commerce, Creston, B.C., and'Bank of Montreal, Rossland, B.C,  mmmssssssam  mim  SSSSmi  L/t"  ���������t 1     '���������������  .������     ���������   .  ������,���������*.,%,. V.,'.'''}'     ' ������v. ti < i  ���������  ���������1  ,>  ������������������'. V 1 '  ���������"rxrxA  ���������   1 -���������'  *v A  ��������� ,'   ��������� .���������      ty.   ���������/-.*><.    ��������� ������'  .^���������������������������::-v,> ������������������}':���������'���������������)     ���������  ���������    >'i "4,  ,i<  ,. ���������   ������.   ���������������������������  ^MMMMHUM  mhts  OMM* -At J      V ~A  Q/-n ��������� ,    .������  i ��������� >  THE    CRESTON,    B.   C.    REVIEW.  THE PERFUME  OF THE  LAbi iii uu-ivft  By GASTON LERQUX,  Author ot "The Mystery ot the Yellow  Room."  COPYRIGHT.  1909. BY BRENTANO'S  (Continued.)  CHAPTER XIII.  "When  My   rather   Wears a  Wilt it Will bit."  mT was literally true that ne was  frightened. Aud 1 was more  ternbed    myseir    toan    words  ���������     could   express,     i    oau    uevef  seen bim iu sue a a >tare ot mental inquietude.   "1 want to a*K you. ray doy. |  whether your mother toiri yon tbe story  of the accident witb the revolver?"  "No." tie answered, "and 1 asked ber  nothing."  "And you swore to see nothing and  bear nothing wit bout ner saying anything to you about tbe pistol snot and  cry?"  The yonng man now gazed at me intently.  "It was necessary for me to believe.  For my part, I respected the secrets ot  tbe Lady in Black. I Dad notbmg to  ask of ber wbeu she said to roe. 'We  must leave eacn otner now, my child.  but   nothing   can   ever    separate   us  ~r~r,t^.l> ������  ^g,,. ,,m.  -Ah, she said tbat to you?"  "Yes, and tbere was blood upon ber  bands."  We looked at each otber in silence  I war now at tbe window and bes>de  tbe reporter. Suddenly bis hand touched mine. Then be pointed to the little  taper wbicb was burning at the entrance to tbe subterranean door which j ������P^*  led to Old Bob's study in to* tower.  "Tic is dawn." s=.id Rouletabille. "and  OM Bob Is still at work. We will go  and have a peep at bim."  A few moments later we de������cendec  inio the octagon room or rbe Tower os  Charles the Bold. Tbe lamp ������*a������. fc*Trr>  ing on the table, but tbere was no sign  of Old Bob.  He picked up tbe lamp and examined everything. We came to tbe little  desk table. There we found tbe skull,  and it was tme tbat it bud been sputtered witb tbe red paint of tbe wash  drawing which Darzac bad set to dry  upon tbat part of tbe desk wbicb  faced tbe window. I weut from one  window  to tbe  otber aud  shook  tbe  "���������Wbat ls It?'    My God, man. can't  you see?   Boo't you know tbat tbat Is  blood?"  I    No. 1 did not know It-Indeed. I was  | quite sure  tbat   it   wasn't   blood,     lt  i was   merely   red   pa tut    But  1  took  care not to contradict itouietabille. ' 1  feigned to be interested lu this idea of  blood.  ���������'Whose blood?" I inquired.   "Do you  ! think that it can be Larsan'a?"  "Ob. oh. oh! Larsans blood? Who  knows anything about Lursan's blood?  Wbo bas ever seen tbe color of it? To  see tbat. it would be ueivssary to open  my own veins. Snineiutr. 1 hat's the  only way. My father would not let  bis blood be spilled .like that."  He was speaking again with tbat  strange, desperate pride of bis tather.  "When my lather wears a wig it  will tit. My father would not let his  blood be spilled like tnat"  He spoke again:  "My  poor  mother did   not deserve <**  this.    I  did  not deserve it."    A tear  ran down bis cheek and felt into the  little dish of paint  "Ab!" ne cried. "It Isn't necessary  to fill it any fuller." Asirt he picked  up the tiny cup witb intinite care aud  carried it to the cabinet.  "Let us go! Let ns go!" he said  drearily at last "The time is come,  Sainclair.    No  matter  what  happens,  we can never turn back now. The  Lady iu Black must ten us everything  ���������everything about tbe man who la in  that sack."  He knocked at tbe door of tbe square  tower. 1 asked him whether be did  not wish me to leave htro alone with  his mother. But. to my great surprise, he begged me not to abandon  bim "for anything in tbe world���������so  that tbe circle should not be closed."  And be added mournfully, "Perhaps it  may never be!"  The door of the tower again was  opened, and we saw Bender's face appear.  "Wbat do you want? What are yon  doing here againV" he demanded.  "Speak low. Madame Is iu Old Bob's  sitting room, and tbe old mau nas not  come In yet."  Rouletabille pushed tbe door farther  We were In the vestibule of tbe  tower.  "Wbat fat coadara* doing ia Old Bob's  sitting room?" asked ttie reporter tn a  "She is waiting for Darzac. Rbe  dnre not re-eater tbe room until ne  ,.*omes. nor 1 either.**  "Well, go back Into your lodge. Bernier."  He opened tbe door of Old Bob's  salon, and we saw tbe form of tbe  Lady in Black. Sbe never moved at  our entrance, but her lips opened, and  a voice that I should never have recognized as hers murmured:  "Wby  are you  come?    1  saw  you  crossing  tbe  court     You   bave  been  bars to assure myself that they  bad 1 there all night    You know alL    What  | do you want now?*  not been tampered with.  "What are you about?" asked Rouletabille. "Before thinking about bow  he could bave got out at tbe windows  wouldn't It be better to bnd out  whether he weut hy the door?"  He set tbe lamp upou tbe parapet  and looked for traces of, footprints.  Then Rouletubille suid:  ���������*Oo and knock ut the door of the  square tower and ask Bernier wbetber  Old Bob has come in Ask Mattoni  and Pere Jacques. Uo-quick]"  Five minutes utter 1 went out I was  back witb the information. No one  hud seen Old Bob in any part of tbe  fortress.    Rouletabille said:  "He left this lump burning in order  to muke people believe that be was at  work. Tbere is no sign or a straggle  nf any sort and in the sand 1 hnd the  traces of the footprints of only Ranee  and Darzac, who came to thia room  during tbe storm last uight and have  brought on their feet a little earth  from tbe Court of tbe Bold und also of  tbe claylike soil ot tbe outer court  There Ib no footprint wblch could be  Old Bob's. Old Bob reached here before and perhaps went out while the  tempest wus ruglng. but in any case  be has not come in since."  Like a flush un ideu pierced through  tny brain. { rushed through tbo court  till 1 camo to the oubliette. 1 discovered that tbe iron burs wero still  fast if any one bud tied by that way  or had fallen into tbe shaft the bars  would bave been opened. 1 hurried buck.  "Rouletubille! There is no way tbat  Old Bob could bavo got out except in  tho suck!"  My friend was not listening, and I  was surprised to see bim deeply engrossed lu a task of wbicb 1 found It  impossible to gue������a the meaning. Ho  was making drawings wltb u rule, a  square, a measure and a compass, seated In the geologist's easy chair, with  Darrfic's drawing board before bim.  Be was quietly making a plan.  Bo had pricked the paper with ono  of tbe points of bid compass while  the other point traced tbe circle wblch  might represent the Tower of tho Bold  as wo could see it In tbe design of M.  Partac, Then, dipping bis brush into  a tiny dlsb half full of tbo red paint  wbicb M. Partac bnd been using, be  carefully spread tbe paint over tho entire apace occupied by tbo circle In  doing tbis be was extremely particular, giving the greatest attention to  seeing tbst the paint was of tlie aomo  tblckne** at every poiut ills face  took en a look like tbut of a maniac  Then be turned toward me so quickly  that be upset the great easy chair In  which ho had been Rented.  "Sainclair: Hnioulalrt Look at the  red [taint!   Look ut tbe red paint!"  1 leaned over tbe drawing, terrified  by bis savage tone.  "The red paint, tbe red paint!" be  kept groui'liig. Ill* ey������'w *ut$ing in bl*  head a* lliongh be were witnessing  ���������ome frightful spectacle.  "But what-what is It?" 1 atanv  mcrcd.  She added in deep misery:  "You swore to me tnat you wonld  seek to know nothing." ���������  Rouletabille took ber hand.  "Come,   mother,   dearest"   be   said  tenderly.  Sbe did not resist in the least Bnt  wben be led ber to tbe door of the fatal chamber sbe recoiled. "Not there!",  sbe moaned.  Rouletabille tried tbe door, lt was  locked. ��������� He called Bernier, who  opened the door and then hurried  away. .   A X  Once the door was opened we looked  into the room.   Wbat a spectacle we  beheld!   The chamber was in tbe most  frightful   disorder,   and   the  crimson  dawn which entered through the: vast  embrasures rendered the disorder still  more sinister.   Wbat an illumination  for a chamber of horrors!   Blood was  upon the walls and upon the door and  upon  the furniture���������the blood of tho,1  rising sun and tbe blood of bim whom  Toby bad carried off In the sack, no  one knew whither, in tbe potato bag!  Tbe tables, tbe chairs, tbe sofas, were  all overturned.   The curtains of tho  bed to wbicb the man in  bis death  agony had tried desperately to cling  were half torn down, and one could  distinguish upon one of tbem the mark  of u bloody hand.  Mme. Dnraao murmured:  "We are delivered!"   ���������.  Rouletabille   hud   fallen   npon   hlfl  kuecs nt her side.  Then she told us the story. Sho  looked at the closed door. She looked  at the overturned furniture and tho  blood spattered walls und floor and  narrated tbo details of tho frightful  sccno. Sbe told us tbat as soon as  Darzac bad entered his room bo bad  drawn the bolt and bad walked to tho  little table In tbe center of tbo room.  The npurtment was lighted only by a  wax candlo.  The silence of the room was suddenly brpken by a loud crash like tbat ot  a ploco of furniture. Tho crash camo  from tho littlo punel. imd then all was  silent, Darsr.nc made h movement toward tbe punel wbicb waa situated at  the bnt'K of tho room on the right band  aldo. He waa nailed to tho spot whero  he stood by a second crash louder  than the drat and thUi timo it seemed  to her that she could seo tho panel  movo. But nt that vory moment tbo  panel swung open boforo thom. A  ahadowy form issued from tbe panol.  Uttering a cry of rage, Vurmc rushed  upon tbe (Jgure,  you must leave me now. i nave work  to do���������tor yoa, for Darzac and tor my"  selt." .* ,  "Don't leave me until Robert comes  back!" 8I1? cried, bonne one kuocked  at tbe door of the corridor. Rouletabille asked wbo was tbere, and tne  voice ot Darzac answered.  Tbe mau who entered looked like a  corpse. Never wus human face so pat-  lid, so bloodless, so devoid ot all semblance ot life.  He fell into tbe cbatr from which  Rouletabille had Just raised tne Lady  in Black.   He looked np at ber.  "your wish Is realized." he said. "It  Is wbere you wished it to be."  "Did you see ins tace?" questioned  Rouletabille excitedly.  "No," answered Darzac wearily. "1  bave not seen it. Did you think that 1  was going to open tne sack f  1 thought that Uouletabille would  have shown discombture at this answer; but on tbe contrary, he turned  to Darzac and said:  "Ab. you did not see bis race. That's  ���������ery good, indeed. The important  thing now is tbat we suould close tbo  circle.   Wait a moment."  And almost joyously be threw himself down on all fours and crawled  around among the turulture and unoer  the bed.  Suddenly be rose to his feet, holding  in his band a revolver .which be had  found under the panel.  "You bave found bis revolver!" cried  Darzac. "He did uot bave time to  nse lt"  As he spoke Darzac took from his  pocket bis own  revolver,   wbicb  had  t saved his life, aud held it out to the  young man.  "Tbis is a good weapon," be said.  Rouletabille examined it closely.  Then be compared the pistol witb that  wbicb had falleu from the baud of the  of a London gunsmith.    It was new. j  every barrel  was tilled, and Rouletabille declared tbat it bad never been  bred.  "Larsan only avails himself of firearms in the last extremity." said tbe  young man. "He hates noise of any  kind. He intended merely to frighten  you witb it or be would have fired immediately."  And Rouletabille returned M. Dar-  sac's revolver and put Larsan's in nis  pocket  - -Rouletabille   -made    a- -few- steps  through tbe room and said:  "Wbere is the body?"  Darzac replied:  "Ask my wife.    I want to forget all  about lt    I know nothing more about  this horrible thing.   No one save Mme.  Darzac knows where tbe body is.   Sbe  ' may tell you if she likes."  "I have forgotten, too." said Ma-  tnilde.    "I was obliged to do so."  "Nevertheless." insisted Rouletabille,  shaking his "bead, "you must tell me.  You said tbat he was in his agony.  Are you sure that he ls dead now?"  "I am perfectly sure." replied Darzac simply  "Oh. it is .finished: Is It not entirely  ended?" pleaded Matbilde. ~She arose  and walked to tbe window. See. tbere  Is tbe sun! Tbis horrible night ls  diwid���������dead forever! Everything ts  over!" '. ���������=���������. '���������*   :  (To, be continued.)   '  LSSZT AS AN IDOL  f  The Great Musician Was Petted  by English Royalty.  A SOUVENIR OF THE MASTER.  LIFE'S MISTAKES.  Wbere a~ Man Rises!  Wben a woman comes into a room  in which there are only a few people,  say about half a dozen, all the men  should rise at once and remain, standing until she is seated. In "a crowded  room, at u tea or party, this, of course.  \k not necessary.'" ' v  ';''"''"'  if a man Ik already seated at tbe  table he should'rise when^womeu come  to the table. Men who ure very care-  rul of their manners do this even at  hotels and restnurunts if strangers nre  put at their table, but it ls:; unusuaiA,  Heidelberg stutientw, Jn., EurO|ve keep  up this courteous practice, uud it Is  said that Harvard >,,,8|,ud^nta in this  country also do so.  If a woman in passing down tbe  ni������le of a theater or,* train pauses to  speak to friends nny men-In the'pnrty should rise while she is speaking,  nnd if on a train 'one of them should  offer ills seat  A man should always remain standing until the women at ii table are  seated; pulling the chair back for tbe  oldest or the; one neur������^|,; if there are  more men present.  If a man by chance sits next to a  woman acquaintance ami car or,subway and she leaves the train* before  be does he should Hue nud lift pin bat  when saying go-idhy.     '      , ;  It is not uecesHiiry for a man to rise  If a woman goen in nnd out ut a room  inqny tlnnis., Thin would .he, stretch-  lug an at't'^ifiCJiiirtOHy to ,tite point of  tho ridiculous, although there ure few  excessively polite men wbo insist on  keeping tbolr mannera polished to this,  degree.  A mon should never remain seated,  while he tajUs to a wonian who Is  standing. This applies to umces as  woll as drawing rooms. A courteous  employer can always got good work  from bis employcus.  The Singular Memento That Was Sacredly and Secretly Treasured by ���������  Cold. Rigid and Rather Disagreeable  Old Englishwoman.  "When I was a very small boy indeed." writes ford M. Hueffer lu Harper's, "wbeu I wore green velveteen  clothes, red stockings and long golden  curls, thus displaying to an unsympathetic world the luct ot my pie-Ku-  phaeiite origin. 1 was taken ouu day  to h v*>r> urge Uml. in front of ut  was a wow-Jen platform draped all  In red. Upou the platform was a  grand piano.  "in front of me tbe first row of tbe  stuns had been taken away, uud tn  place ot tht-m tbere bad beeu put three  gilded armchairs, before which was  a tabic covered wltb h profusion of  flowers that drooped and trailed to the  ground Suddenly tbere wuh applause  ���������a considerable amount vt applause.  A laay und gentleman were coming  rrom" under the dark entry tbat led to  the artists' room. Tbey were the  .Prince and Princess ot Wales. There  wus no doubt about tbut even tor a  small bay like myself.  "And tneti there was more applause.  Whnt applause! It volleyed, it rolled  round toe nan. All were oo their feet  People climbed on to their chairs,  tbey waved bands, they waved programs, tney waved hats, they shouted,  for in the darts entrance i"iei=e had appeared, white and shining. ������ bead  wltb brown and spblnxiike features  and white and long Pair and the eternal wonderful smile.  "They advanced, tht-se tbr������?. amid  those tretneuduus shouts aud enthusiasm���������tbe two royal persutiages leading the master, oue holding each hand.  They approached rbe glided armchairs  immediately in front ot uie. anil the  prince and princess indicated io the  master tbat be was to sit iter ween  JChem at the table covered with bowers  "He made litrlepautumlme-* ot modesty, be drew bis bands through their  grasp, be walked quicklv away from  the armchairs, and because 1 was just  behind tbem be suddenly removed me  from my seat and left me standing' under all tbe eyes, solitary iu tbe aisle of  tbe center of tbe ball, while be sat  down. \ do not tbluk I was frightened  by the eyes, but 1 know 1 was terribly  frightened by that great brown, aqni-  liue face, witb the piercing glance and  the mirthless, distant inscrutable  smile.  "And immediately ,Jnst beside me  there, besan "what apiwared to be a  gentle,and courtly -wrestiing match. A  .gentleman of the .royal suit "'approached the master., He lefused to move.  The prince approached tbe master. He  sat indomitably still. Then the prin-  'cess came and. taking bim by the band,  drew him almost by;force/out ot my  Astall. for it was my shall/ after all.  ' "And when" ���������be Jjvas once' upon his  feet, ns It' to clinch the matter, sue suddenly sat dowu in it herself..and with  a sudden touch ot good feeling sho  took me byA tbeAhand^tbe small A soli/.,  tary boy wit hAtbeVgolden curls, and trie  red stockings���������und- sot uie .'upon her  lap. 1. ulna, have no trace df the date,  on which I sat in. n queen's lap. for it  was all so very, .long ago:, the,...king l������  dead, tbe master Is long siuce dead,  *hw bui* imc!f ttt "!5!i**d duv.*n "hd bus  Utterly.disappeared.  ,"1 bad a distant relative���������oddly  enough; nu English one; not a tier-  mau���������who murrled' an ofHcinl of the  court ot Weimar and became u lady in  waiting on thu girand duchess. As far  as 1 know, there was nothing alngu-  laiiy sentimental about this lady.  When,!, knew, bw she wus cold, rigid  nnd rnther disagreeable. She bud ut-  ways about ber a peculiar und dlsu-  greeuble odor, arid wheu ahe died a  few yeurs ugo It wus discovered that  she.wore round her awk n Nuehet. nnd  lu fills sachet was a Unit smoked cigar  "This wus a relic'of KriniJs Llsr.t He  had begun to siuoUe'it uiiiiiy yearn be-  forv at a dinner which she had given,  nnd, he having put it down unfinished,  she hud ui uiu*^ Neized upon It und had  worn it upon hut pei'Non ever since.  This Mounds inexplicable and Incredible, but thero it ia."  Judge Rentoul Says There Ar������ a  Dozen   Principal   Ones.  The Average man of to-day doea  not, as a rule, like admitting any  mistakes he has made, but, judtjinu  from an uddreso recently delivered by  Judge Rentoul, of tha City of London <Ehg.) Coupt, the well-known  administrator of the law is quite  willing to own up to this. The text  of hi* discourse was "The Twelve  Mistake* of Life." and he frankly  confessed he had committed the  whole of them. This was the list he  gave:  To attempt to pet up our own s-tand-  ord of right and wrbng und expect  everybody to conform to it.  To try to measure the enjoyment ol  others  by our own.  To expect uniformity of opinion in  thi-  world.  To look for judgment and experience in youth.  To  endeavor  to  mould   all   disposi-  '���������..   _    ol'lrf*.  Not to yie'''  in  unlmiK-itaut  [u"c  To look for perfection in our own  actions.    .  To worry ourselves and others aboui  what ennnot be remedied.  Not to alleviate, if we can, all thai  needs ulleviation.  Not to make allowances for the  weaknesses of other?.   -  To consider anything imno'sible  that we cannot, ourselves perform.  To believe only what our finite can  grasp.  Judge Rentoul was both a Presbyterian minister and a member of th������  British Parliament before he took tc  law a* a profession. Not long ago  his honor told an amusing story oi  the first illuminated address he evet  received. It was presented to him on  his fiTst election to the Hoiis-e of Commons. Scanning it closely, he was  rather chagrined to find that following his name the word "bnrrister-at-  law" was inscribed in very large  characters, whilst "member of Parliament" was very small. On drawing  the attention of the artist to the fact,  he got the answer*. "Weil, sir. it requires a clever .nan to be a barrister.  nut any duffer can be  Parliament."  *VJ=  For the Children  A'   Ship: , Photographed  While She;Wad Sinking.  t  ,111. .Ml nil HI,'" 'J ^'WW''^"'^^'!.;1'"''"   Ill    IU}JHI  ^X XX y ^H'V^y^i  *���������:*'',���������   *^y*,*%*i&������is&s?t&p.\ \  Song-Birds for Gourmets.  A recent prosecution in Norfolk  Eng., has thrown some light on the  trade in larks for London. A farmei  was fined for laying down grain  poisoned with strychnine for the pur-  pose of pitching larks, which would  afterwarls appear on the tables oj  epicure*.  This man sent seventy-seven dozen  larks to London in three weeks, th*  price being ls. 9d. the dozen. It has  been said that between January and  March 40,000 larks arrive in Leaden-  hall Market every day!  Those who consider pigeon-pie a  delicacy may be interested to learn  that the birds are often cruelly treated before they appear in the poulterers' shops. Some ,10;0G0 are annually  brought to London frorp Italy.  They are taken when quite young,  and packed in crates containing  eighty to a hundred, arriving in Paris  two days later. Twelve hours latei  they continue their journey, and  reach London after traveling two days  and three nighte, a very large number of them dying on the way.  Quails are also packed in crates in  the same cruel way, attention having  been frequently called to the scandal. Then there is a certain amount  of Cruelty in catching plovers, and  those whose business it is to carry  on the trade have been prosecuted  more, than once, although the. numbei  of convictions have been few. .  Ibe illustrations shown above are rt-  prnductiunri of tbe remarkable photographs taken of the three masted sailing ship Arden Craig as she was foundering ofi" the Scilly isles*, which ars*  situated twenty-five miles southwest of  Land's End. tbe extreme southwesterly point of England, says Popular Mechanics. Tbe first photograph was taken just after the deck became awash,,  tbe second as sbe heeled oyer for in***  final plunge and the third a moment:  or two after she went down. Several-  hundred  people watched the sinking:  Ths Particolored Bear.  The particolored bear (Aeluropns^  melunoleucusi is so rare an animal  thut it deserves more than passing notice. This particular specimen w:;*  acquired by W. N. Fergusson, a missionary in Szethuen. from n Tibetan  hunter. Its habitat ls the dwart bamboo and rhododendron forests which*  clothe the bills at an altitude of from  9,000 to 11.000 feet in this part of*  China. It is n vegetable feeder. The*  soles of tbe <.feet are hairy. > and*  though very bearlike In appearance*,  it bas been named the great panda by-  Sir Ray Lankesrer. as the structure off*  the sknll and skeleton shows It to ber  closely related to the Himilayan pun-  da or wah. Ir has never been obtained by a European sportsman and was-  originally discovered in 1KH9. by Pere-  David In the mountains of east TIbet~  'The panda, a very handsomely colored*,  little beast.* Is the only old world representative ot tbe raccoon.  Rov. Evan Kdwards, of Torquay, ia  noVf, it ia stated,1, tho oldest Baptist  minister in tho world, having been  horn in the year of,Waterloo, and ut  08 Iio.is still' halc'arW fltrongi' both  "And tbat Bhartow-thnt obaaow bad l-P^ysically nndvwcritajly,  a face that you could seoV" Interrupted itouierabllle. "Mamma.,.'why did  you nor seo tlio facet Von bavo killed  the Hhudow. but uow do we' know tbat  It was Uirwin it you did not nee his  facer IvrhapH you tiuvw uot ovon  killed Lamm's utiuiiocv?"  "Ob. ,m������." ui>i> rcpiu-u almost listlessly. "IIo in dMHrt,"  RnnietH bide took fh������ l.ady In Black  Into his uruiH, curried her tenderly to  her room uud miiui io tier: "Mutonal,  Oldest Baptist Minister.  ; uJnfl) "quite rooonfjj'vho often oceit.  plftr the pudpjti hnd,,'lii rarely absent  Irom .rrtorni..;]; service at h!������ bid  church. He bogan liis ministry in 183ft  at llr-ckinutan,' in 'Sb'tnerset, and \t.  perhaps, the only/man living who  knew pcr.iMP'iliy trie three j/rcat ovan-  ccllst* of Wale**���������Clirl-ftmns Evan',  .loinj Ella,, i.u.J Wlllimi.������ uf. Wern.  Uoltert H.UI lie never met, but John  Foster.- - ih* ^ ������������������Mn.Vlntv <V������s one ������l hi*  lu'aiiT"* vvIh-ii, im a young limn lie  preached in Uoln-rt IliiU'a pulpit at  Uroudijit'ucl, Hrintol.  8ettlino ��������� Bill. .  ���������. Wbi������n AhUrew Jacksou lived nt  BnllKhnry. N.v a. lib once attended  court at Itockford, then the county  neat ot Surry, and left without paying  hia' bill- which was duly charged up  ugalnul him om the hotel register,  Which seetus to bavo been the hotel  ledger at that time; and so stood for  uiaiiy yea I'm. When ihe newa ot tbo  victory ot the 8th bt January, IHlft,  ..wan received in this then remote section the old landlord turned back the  leav������������> of the register, took''his pen  and wrote under the account agalnat  Andrew .lar itann.*������Mettl������>a In tun by  tho battle of New Orleans."  ,,,,.,��������� jflbo Masnt Weil.  ;,Th> jMii������*;v>'ir iviirnn Luwinn. the  CU^I "I'l^tlf V* temperaHetv whii������ on  ���������l,!!iy.v<'4i*������lid i.viHlt inncle tlio acquaint  ,'sW'fiJ ot'vfi'yrttyAifP voting lady ot ai-ven,  fv W'bo������ti|������tvor| tearing, ne wild: "Now,  my dear, ^V have been unking some  time, ' ij ami Hiiro ynut have no idea wno  J-,nm.'? .���������".<,..    ,:A-  ������������������I ur," yen.  I  havo." the little m������w*y  rvpiJnt.     "Vou   nn>   tlio   celebrated  dmnKurd."-London (iruphlc.  v, ���������������������������.' ���������- ''.'..itly ������������������ y   ..,..,.....'������������������- ���������     "'.I-.-.  Not by yenr������i. hut by disposition, U  wisdom scquirtd.-t'lsutus, '  X'y    Like {Father  tike; Son.     ;  Another) of: Mr. Asquith's song, is  following'in'his. distinguished father's  academic footsteps and having a brilliant university career. This is Mr.  Cyril Asquith, who, having, like his  father/obtained a scholarship at Bal-  liol in the first place, has now gained  a first in "Mods.," upon which distinction lie and his father alike will  be heartily congratulated. Mr. Cyril  Asquith's 'elder brother, Mr. Raymond  Aequith, it will be remembered, had  one of the most distinguished University careers of recent times, \ Mr.  Asquith's own nchievemhets ut Oxford  are, of course, now a matter of tradition, though others have been perhaps  more outstanding. But there was something about him which scemod to  breathe ol success, and of an assured*  future. An astute judge of men, tbe;  late Master of Bttlliol; put it in a sentence: "Yes," he said, "Asquith will  get on'; he is so direct.",       . ,  Hope of Romantic Fiction.  It was really as a lecturer thiit Mr.  Maurice Hewlett, whom someone has  do80rih������3d as "Who darling hope of  romantic fiction," flri-t becomo fam������  ous, and many an inVcresting, anecdote he tells of those days. Onco,  apealdng at'a small Scottish village,  the chairman, having referred to "the  mon whtt's come here tae broaden  oor Intellects," remarked that a i-hort  prayer would not be out of.;place.  "And, O Lord," tho good man went  on, "put it intao tho heart ti' this  mon tao apeak the trtUh, tho halo  truth, and naething but, thp truth,  and gnu ; us grace tno ' undorstand  hhn." Then, with 'it. glance ul Mr.  Hewlett, ho added, "I'vo been ������ lecturer, mcsol !"���������������������������, >  On the Cars.  Here is something that may amus������  you A some time when you are tn ther  'trolley car or elevated train and ar*  beginning jo feel tired. Compare th������r  Hdvt*rtlsementR in the car .with the pen--  pie wbo are sitting heuehth tbem. Tha*  contrast is often very funny. Var instance, you may see an elderly igeuii������-  man .below an advertiseuieut for tia-  bies' food, or a buoyVbenenih a shaving soiipVadvertiseiuent. or a very had'  person sitting unconsciously. benVnt n n,  hair tonic sign, or a "tramp beneath *���������  soap advertisement, it Is fun, too. ������u������  reud,fr<������moiie'advertise  next: H������ thnn;rh tliey  tielnnirert  ioaetn-  er* Ypu may read.;for-instuuee. tbat a-  certain^breakfast food'is-exwilent tor  tbe .bair or that coudenaed soup frequently upplled will..';.in������������lM������.-. J"our ijar-  meuts look like new.  Blosslng the Nsts. ,  The ancient service known ns the  blessing.o! tho nets, which has boon  revived In Lowestoft, where it Is now  hold each ytjar prior to tho departure  of the, local, fleet for the westward  nnhing, was >;���������������lei recently iti tho parish churoh,aJ^qv. A, D. Carey, the previous r*tq-(jiinow a canon of York,  olllcia,tuu,ij).ji^bli)HRod the nets by taking theii) MKkflis handH and invoking,  sucooijs onjjtHIT lishermen'm endonvors,  and prayina:';fpr their prehurvation  from peril. V;      "     -    -1 ������������������*T    ~ II  -|     - II" II     1..J1J1IIL.JU  , . , Cmart  Boy.  Teacher (to new pupil)���������Why did  the grunt Hannibal oroHs the Al-iei, my  little iiiunP  My Little Map���������For the some re*.  son as tii' hen crosiwd th' rood. Yer  (fltin't catch mo with uo puxkIwi.  A; Queer African Town;  The town of Alui Hatned is located*  where ;caraviins  quit   th*, river   Nue������  aiid'' begin   their  journey * across   tti������jy  desert.    Mercfhanrs   leave   their   nier������������ :'  chnndlsc there, aud .load up ugaiti witift  goods thut other luereiiHins have left'  there for fhem.7,There ia nothing un-  uauul lu thia. the struttce part being:  that no Morehouse* or1 depot a ore oiei*  for the protection of "these goods, often.'  of priceless y a hie,; The curiutm story  about Abu  Hamed Is tbut goods li*rt  under the monument dedicated to ^t-  Abu Homed are .wife;,. Here they  ro-y  main In the sand beneath the umuii-  mpnt for mouths or,veara,V No..mie wilt;  molqat them.   They, are considered to<  be under the protection of the Hiitnc  himself.  There has uei'or been knoww  an  instance of loss or theti ot any,  goods.        ;y,'iyy-y  im������ in.....  '"'Tras-'Clty*  I know ������ little city on a irreen and siinny"  ��������� ���������j mjl.   :    . -.,     ��������� ',...- Yy. ,-        '/ ".    ,   ���������  Whrre  a   aun<1r������*ti   tiny   tnmihcis   tmvi*  mirrip*  ,     ;..,,,, ,  Its bywiiyn ntv nnrrnwnml, u������ i������*ury lunuv  , nri������ Mtlli, ...  And UH'ie nn noixy rnilronrt evir corn**-;  The hnm������������ nrv niuh snrt ������������ry,   Th������y nunc  nno roi'K una fwny t.  Whicn^vur   way   ui������   stimnn*r   ari^VHSi  > ���������  ������������������������������������ mow, ���������* .*;   ,:.' ���������;���������*'���������. *���������   *  They huv* no floor* or wiwlowi, no rooC  In wow ii wny, "  Hut iMtty Awnuitti sns<li> ihr uiinmt u������-  low. V,  ��������� ''���������'*���������'���������-'������������������ '������������������   '.  The ratlipm nnd th* rnothwm ml ������������rn th*lr  <iaiiv oieiiu    '    .".."���������'. ,     ���������'  Ami iinnK tt to the tittle* onco wnn cvv  Tbey ������ln not rltl������������ nr motor; thereto not,  "   walk: mstena V  They onoim������,tti# very intent m������nu-iti������r,  lly. *  ���������nis* nanny tittle atiwn'i whrt itvr fo niRln  They Hlnn snd ������in������* una cioh in* wmme  ������U,V iiuiM.  Por the neucfful, quiet city in ��������� ������r#..n Hint,'  ���������������������������* ���������    lovely tree;  ���������'���������,* ;.*.. -,-��������� -<,��������� ���������;������������������ -���������..-       ',-���������; ���������������  Aad the dwfliwrt there* nre imme   wnnW  lit* is iunf,  ' -fit Mitthaiasu THE    CRESTON,    B.   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You will always regret it if  you don't apply for particulars to  Travellers' Department, 228 Albert  St., Ottawa, Ont.  KST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHUB.  aSate.WurMow'e Booth jmo svaur h*������ bees  ������aed for OTe-LSlXTY YBA.R8tar MXXAIOKS oi  MOTBBRB^or their CHILDREN Y/HILK  THKTH1NO, with PSKFBCT StTCCSSs, If  SCOTKSS the CSSZ.SV SOFTSK3 th* GVSS3,"  AIUV8 *U PAIN CUSBS WIND COUC ������t*S,  ie ib* beet remedy tor tHAStKBC^X. St ie ee>  eotately harmless. Be eure end ask tar "Use.  ^WtaMlew'e Soothing Syrup," end tatee wo  triad.   Twcaty-AveeeiiiteA beuie.  The Owe  Part  So you built a bungalow on your lot  in the country?"  "Not altogether."  "The architect made the bungle. I  get the owe part."���������Philadelphia Bulletin.  WESTERN   FARMERS  PROFITS   Iri  TEN  YEARfS  Minard's Liniment used by physicians  Clam or oyster shells dumped into  the fire act like magic in freeing the  grate of clinkers.  A light diet, largely composed of  fruit and vegetables, is best for  spring.  Pills of Attested Value.���������Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills are the result of careful  study of the properties of certain roots  and berbs. and the 'action of such as sedatives and laxatives on the digestive apparatus. The success the compounders  have met with attests the value of their  work. These pills have been recognised  for many years as the best cleansers of  the system that can be got. Their excellence was recognized from the first .and  they grow-more popular daily.  The man who starves his soul.is  the stingiest man, for it costs nothing  to feed one's soul.;   ,'  OneA of the cleverest tricks a girl  has is to catch a man by tunning  away from him.  'Japan is increasing its * production  of raw silk at the rate of about 20,000  bales a year.  He Pays Only $35 per Year in Duties  on    Implements���������What   640  Acres Can Do.  A farmer writing to a Toronto daily  paper from Indian Head, Saskatchewan, under the nom de plume, Sas*-  katchewan Farmer, refutes the statement made by many Westerners, "that  the farmers of the West have been  ill-used by the Dominion Government  which is identified largely with Eastern interests. This Saskatchewan farmer gives a typical instance of the  expenditure and revenue connected  with ta section of land, 640 acres,  from*the year 1900 to 1910.   He says:  "I will give you an idea of what  a section of land, 640 acres, will earn  and how it will increase in value in  the most favored wheat producing  districts of Saskatchewan under normal conditions, from 1900 to 1910, allowing the average price of land to  be $10 per acre for that period. In  so doing it should be borne in mind  that 30 per cent, oi the land in this  province was Free Grent.  Capital Expenditure  1900.  Land, 640 acres at $10 per  acre     $6,400.00  Cultivation, 440 acres at $6  per acre       2,640.00  Dwelling house       2,000.00  Stable for 12 horses, granary  and implement shed ..  1910.  12 horses  and harness..   ..  Implements. Duty  3 seed drills $33.00  3  plows     30.50  2 disc harrows   .....   10.00  2 six-section harrows       6.50  3 7-ft.   binders ...   ..   53.00  14 wagons,  complete..   72.00  One-sixth  interest in  A thresher.,   ..  .... 125.00  ^Extras, , say   ....   ..   20.00  MftBirff  TRAVELING IU INDIA.  Changes   of   Temperature   Necessitate  Wide- Range of Clothes.  Everybody when <\n a journey in India carries his own bedding, and outside  the  large  establishments 01 -the  Government officios everywhere it is  ' needed.    You  are,'supposed to carry  your own  bedding  with  you just as  J you carry your own tooth-brush.    In  the  trains���������and  there  are  very   long  train . journeys,   by   slow   trains,   in  India���������in the guest-houses of the native princes, in camp, of course, always, and in the hotels and inns, youf ,  own bedding is a necessity.    Indeed,  you can'scarcely carry too  much in  India if you wish, to.be comfortable.  Versatile All sorts of clothing, from fur coats..  "They tell me your boy Josh is very   to the thinnest of linen, all sorts of  'K*i f*. w  3,000.00  3,000.00  330.00  210.00  80.00  60.00  465.00  360.00  500.000  455.00  INTERNATIONAL COLIC REMEDY  SOLD ON A SPOT CASH GUARANTEE  W������ Refund Your Money If tt Ever: Falls.  COLIC MAY KILL YOUR JiORSE or Cow within ens  hour unless you have this remedy ready for instant use.  Colic kills more horses than all other diseases cons������  bined, and When you need a remedy yoii must have it  at once.for if you wait for a veterinary or make a trip  to town you may find the animal dead when you return.  If International Colic Remedy ever faiIsi *wex.will refund  your money. It is the only Colic Remedy, ever sold on  such a strong* guarantee. Put up in a regular drench*  ing bottle.  SAVED   HIS  FILLY  -> St. Jovitb, Que, March 3rd, 191s.  International. Stock Foot? Co., Limited.  Gentlemen,���������I am glad to say I used International Colic  Remedy on what seemed to be a hopeless case and saved *  beautiful filly���������she was cured in a. few minutes. , (Signed)   CHARLES ST. AUBIN.  FKICK 800^ AND ������1.00 PBR BOTTLE.'      FOR MLB BY DEALstltS ���������VKRVWHKRR  INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD CO.. Limited. TORONTO, CAW.  Toronto Type Foundry Co., LttL  CALGARY  WINNBPEG  REGINA  The Largest Printers' Supply House xn Canada  We Carry in Stock Cylinder Presses, Job Presses,  Paper Cutters, Type and Material. Can Fill  Orders for Complete Equipment from our Stock.  We ere the Largest Ready Print Publishers im  the West. We Publish Ready Prints from our  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses.      :      :  msmmmmmmmmammmmmmmaaammmmmmtm^&mmmmmmummmmtmmmmmm^mmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm*mmmm  Order   From   Nearest  Branch  $550.00 $18,000.00  Crop for; 10 years from 400  ; acres   at 25 bush, to  the  acre,; at 75 cents $75,000.00  -Working    expenses  :':��������� fer  ten  years   at  $5   per   acre,.. $32,000.00  Interest  on  capital    *  for   ten   years   at  6 per cent. ....   10.800.00  ;   .    ' ������������������     42,800.00  Surplus- (notVtaking into ac-  ;   count increase in value of  .   land, which may be figured at  $18,000). -..    32,200.00  Duty on Implements*  "Now note right here, that all a  farmer working a section of land under these/ conditions would pay in  duty on the implements required to  earn this, large profit, assuming the  average life of same to be ten years,  comes out at approximately $35 per  annum. This is no exaggerated statement of profits and increase in value  of land, as thousands of farmers ' in  Saskatchewan can testify, and hundreds , who have specially . applied  themselves and taken advantage of  the opportunities at hand, have realized far greater profits than are here  shown. How, then, can the farmers  of the West claim that they have  been ill-used, or not given a fair  deal?"  i If tea stains resist the usual boiling water, whisky is sure to take- it  out.  versatile."  "He is," replied Farmer Corn-  tossel, patiently. "I never saw anybody who could do so many ' fool  things without repeatin' liisself."���������  Washington Star.-     -'  -    *   . *   :  To Get Poisons  Frons the B!o<  You  Have to  Depend  on the  Filter*  ing  Process  ef the  Liver  and Kidneys  "These Organs Alone  Can   Purify the  Blood, and They Do Their.,Work '  Well when Helped by  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  No medical treatment can oossibly  purify the blood except as it" sets in  healthy working order the kidneys,  liver and bowels.  To these organs is assigned the  duty of filtering from the blood the  poisonous waste .matter which is left  over( when the nutritious elements  are extracted from the food you e^at.  If they are not, overcrowded or slow  and sluggish in- action they keep  the blood pure and healthy.  . For this, reason Dr. Chase's Kidney  Liver Pills are the most satisfactory  treatment you can possibly obtain  to purify the blood.  Their efforts are prompt, definite  .and certain. The liver action is  quickened, the kidneys are invigorated, the regular movement of the  bowels is assured. It is only a matter of a few hours until you begin  to feel the benefits of this great ^medicine: Further use, as often as is  necessary to keep these organs active, will cleanse and purify the  blood and enable the digestive system to properly do its work.  Backache, headache, and bodily  pains will disappear, and the fatigue  which; is an accompaniment of poisons, in the; system will give way to  new "vigor and energy. One pill a  dose, 25 cents a box, at all dealers,  or Edmanson, Bates & Co.. Limited.  Toronto.  A cubic mile of average rock weighs  12,800,000,000 tons.  Sometimes it is easier to weep over  a man's jokes than over his troubles.  Sixty-eight; per cent. of. the world's  publications are,printed in English. v  Bread-miiking makes pretty hands,  but most girls prefer dope.  . Idle hands still find work for Satan  THIS WILL INTEREST YOU  EDDY'S "Royal George" Matches  the niost perfect " Strike Anywhere '*  matches made, that are Safe,  '���������.���������������������������'���������:' Sure,      '��������� a I  and Silent,  are sold in boxes, averaging 1000  matches to the box,  ,y      for 10 cents a box.  You can't afford to pass this by.  ALWAYS EVERYWHERE IN CANADA, A8K FOR  EDDY'S MATOHE8  The turnstile grows always narrower  for the man who is contented merely  to get by!  "Thou  Art the  Man"  Employer���������"We' want' a diplomatic,  tactful, smart office boy."  Boy���������-"Well I used to send sister's  beau away, when she didn't want to  see him."���������Chicago Record Herald.  His   Limitation  "Is that man a bill collcctorp" said  the new clerk.  "He may be in some places," replied the messenger boy, ''but not in  thia office."  Steel dies now are'engraved by electricity.  Supposing some fool had rocked the  boat when Washington crossed the  Delaware? '**"���������.  A MOTHER'S PRAISE OF  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Appleford  Counter  The best equipped factory for pro-  ducing Counter Check Books  in Canada.  Factory  and Offices:  HAMILTON.  ONT.  Check  Book  Company,  Limited.  Capacity  50, 000 Check Boolcs  ================  per Day.  We are supplying the JLarg*  est users of Counter Check  Books in Canada1 with our  "IMPERIAL BOOKS."  APPLEFORD COUNTER  .     CHECK D00K*  COMPANY, LIMITED.  (Not In ttuTruat.)  Wt want nubtUhvrt ta act ������������������ our agtntt In afl Manitoba. 8������ik*tch������wan,  Alharta and British Columbia towns Write ut tor condition* and nrtait  A Book of Interest to Horse Owners  Every horse owner worthy of tho  nnmo takes a natural and commendable pride in keeping his horse in  prime condition, With sensible feed-  ing, proper care and a reasonable  amount of work, there is ho; troublo  in doing this. Under such conditions  a sound horse looks fino and fools  woll���������-is always ready for sorvioo and  brings tho !top price whon sold.        .'  But accidents will happen, a slight  wrench, a sprain, a cut, or somo unknown cause may result in lamoneBS.  Spavins,vtingboneB, curbs or- splints  cotrio sooner or later to ovory stable.  Taken promptly and treated properly  nono pf those troubles aro serious.  But, if neglected or given tho wrong  treatment, thoy quickly decrease a  horse's ability for work as well as  hie cash value. It is most important  therefore, that ovory horso owner  should havo a good knowledge of  the horso, his ailments nnd diseases,  and tho r.omodios to bo applied. Ho  Should know just how to treat all  ordinary nilmonts, and just whon it  is necessary to /call in tho greater  skill of tho /veterinary.  Ono of tho quickest and host ways  to gob posted on this mattor is to  road tho lilllo book, "A TroatiBO on  tho Horso and His Diseases," pub*  lishod hy tho Dr. B. J, Kendall Co,,  Enosburg Falls, Vnrmortt, Tho information whioh it gives is simple,  neat* rate, and easy to ilnd���������w valuable point in a book of reference. .  Thin book con bo had Uca of charge  by simply writing tho publishers or  by nuking for it nt am drug storo  whoro Kendall's Spavin Cure is  sold by almost ovory druggtet in tho  country.  Mrs. Allen Mason, Carleton, N.B.,  writes: "I have used Baby's Own  Tablets ever since I have had children and that is going on fifteen years.  I have always found them "entirely  satisfactory for all the ailments of  little ones  and feel     that I  cannot  Sraise them too highly." lira.  Eason's praise is just that of thousands "of mothers who consider Baby's  Own .Tablets the only safe and1 sure  remedy to keep "in the house for their  little ones. The Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers or b** v*-****! of on  cents a bo* from The~l)r" Williams'  Medicine Co.,,Brockviiie,-,Ont.:... ,..,*,,,;  More than hall' the fu\ler'9��������� earthc  produced in the United States iiv.,1910:  was mined in Florida. 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Tha changes of * temperature from  noon till midnight are startling. One  must give up cold baths and take to  tepid or hot water/ahd be careful, indeed, what, and how much, one eats  and drinks'. ' No alcohol before sunset, and very little -"��������� then, and the  plainest and most nourishing food. In  this- land, aa large almost as the whole  of Europe, there are only a few large  cities, where .one can buy any of the  luxuries or comforts of life' outside the  obvious, and what you need you must  carry with you. On a large scale you  do what the n&ftve does, you carry  your household gods and goods about  with you.  How differently "pick up your bed  and walk" sounds in your ear? when  you see a whole population of hundreds of millions actually carrying  their beds with them whenever they  move. Why should one take heed ad  to what one shall eat, or drink, or  wear, when a handful of rice, a thimbleful of water, and a loin-cloth surface. The group of servants in front  of their master's door at the hotel, or  the hundreds *ot families traveling by  train, by bullock-cart, or even on foot,  have squeezed and sifted life's necessaries down to the vanishing point.  One of the Tallest Officers.  Lieutenant-General J. M. Grierson  has had a long ant1 varied career in  ihe army, and is generally regarded  as one of the best of what may be  described as our younger generation  of soldiers. His abilities were first  discovered by Sir Evelyn Wood,  whose right hand on Salisbury Plain  he was tor some years. 'Since General Grierson is one of the tallest soldiers m the army at the present day,  and Sir Evelyn Wood is, to put il  mildly, below the middle height, the  contrast between the two, when  standing side by side, used to be most  amusing, and the name of "Dignity  and Impudence" was bestowed upon  them by some of the younger officers  in tho command. General Grierson  has a very nice wit, and on one occasion, during manoeuvres, a Howitzer was fired before the sponge stick  ���������the" rod used for cleaning the weapons out after a shot has been fired  ���������had been removed. The result was  that the stick went sailing through  the air, to fall to the ground some  distance away. "One t of , the, best  efforts I ever saw to 'sweep' the enemy in. front of you," was General  "Grierson's smiling remark to the officer in charge of the gun. It is considered probable that, he will be  given the command in India' before  the *>nd of the year, nnd if this is ������o  it will recall one of his aphorisms to  the effect that "India is n mjehty  conv^nitjnt place to send soldiers  whose presence is not desired at  home."  -$ 5 5 2��������� BVifysr ~E v e r yTFI h g  Needed ~Tp- BuiItl Thi;s'  Fine ������Room   r     Home  JiJOT the portaMo  ** Hod. but well-  oomtructed. warm,  sststsr.t'sl ?r=c-.o  buildings. Vou save .  architect*. 6%. JR.  builder's 10% ana  lumber dealer's big  profits by buyloS  ALLmsteriaLdlrect  Irom our mills.  Other Houses, Bungalows*  Cottages, Barns, Schools,  2 to 12 Rooms���������$175 Up  everything kt wholesale oost���������loaboi* trhnnsd. tftteit  and marked; roofing, doors, windows, glass. ������lastar  board. Interior trim and finish, hardware, even tne naiife  and paint. Also plans. Uu* prints and detailed bulidinf  Instructions���������all so clear you'll i���������-" ���������-������������������������������������������ ���������-���������������  Book of 60 House Plans FREE  Photos, plans, descriptions show exactly wbat complete*  houses look like and tells eaactly ttwireoUis������est������   H���������<���������  2-csny ~*Miap and ask for Plaa Book Ho. K> -.  'o .=,        .   ,.        =     SS Lessees BUS*.  Sovenuga CotutnwtMa Co. a������Bojn������w ������������*  Her   idea  "It isn't equitable."  "What's the trouble?"  "A divorce costs, a great deal more  than a marriage license."  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house  In Norway, wnere little ' fruit' is  raised, an apple" costs 11 "cents, a pear  15, while peaches are-sold at 20 cents  a pound.  , ,  It Has Many Qualities.���������The man who  possesses a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eolec-  tric Oil is armed against many ills. It  will cul-e a cough, break a cold, prevent  sore throat; it will reduce the swelling  from a sprain, cure the most persistent  sores and will speedily he^l cuts and  contusions. It is a medicine chest in  itself, and can be got tor a quarter of a  dollar.  Why Not Oo It Themselves  Judge  Ben.  P.  Lindsey,  in' a wo-  smile:  "Another type of man ..accused "the  woman voter of grafting. Well, we  are all prone to accuse others of our  own besetting sin. Like the tramp,  you know.  Being broke is inconvenient, and I  am not overstating when I add that  very often being broke'a invigorating.  You Ought  To Know  < y   f i  that' impure blood with its weak* *  ening* results, unpleasant breath,  headaches,  unrestful nights, poor  appetite, sallow skin, pimples and  '  depressionscomes from constipation  ���������ni BR sis ''Mi. A^'m'-sis^a^kav''"  5EEGHMIS  have been doing good to men and."  ���������women for many,.many years and"',  their  value has .been   tested' ,and,; *  proved. TKey, remove the cause of ^;.  physical   troubles. ,"-A   feinfr small'1 y  doses   will   show* "their'safe'tonio \~  action on yovn.,���������   Beecham's Fills  will surely;help you to, an 'active Xy  liver,  a  gbod^ stomach,   a sweet ,'/t  breath,   clear head ���������' and refresh-.' r  ing sleep.  In young or old they will   "'  , Corns 'cripple the foot and 'make .wall'-,  tim a- tarturo, yot* suro relief in the nhapo  of Jrplloway's Corn Ouro is.within roaoli  Of aU.,;i.        ������������������.,.... ...  ��������� .-,   ,-'.��������� ��������� -������������������.;;���������,,,���������   '  The moon adds Jo tho delicacy of  sentiment, butwilftftl oil lomp,,bofor,ov  now has bcoh^vOlhotioholly proddc-  tivo, ovon whci},,no!t lighted. <'  Somo men rosnnt no blow sq finrcoly  as whon an idea.strikes;-thorn.   ���������,:!���������  ,i i  ���������������������������ffltiti$'''h  .w    I ..     .  "  D,f/\ u n t ������: 5' ���������!,-.���������. il', A,ij  sajittffl^-  W. N. U., No. 880.  Caste  Law.  Tt   is   /iiffifi'l*'   for   n     'Riirnnonn     to  realize the JnsuperabTe barrierf. whlich  separate tH? castes of India, but the  following mny he interesting. The  Hinflus ,are divided into- over..: thr^e  thousand cartes,'. mo&t of them with  sub-castes, spenlc 'abodt nineteen developed languages,,and>6ver one hun-,..  drod dialects.,t ,      '  There ore. two essentials, to -a true  caste: (1) There is no entry, except  by birth; (2) marriage outside.' the  caste is absolutely forbidden.       i  The highest caste dAvthwJJrnhmnniii".,  admittedly and undoubtedly superior  to nil tho "rest,'.-'After'.':thcrh ctttWo'  those who aro, acknowledged : to bo  twice born. The less honored follow  in ,a graduated descent until the' untouchable and unspeakable oro reached at tho lowest depth.  Tf,n'mnn is excommunicated by hfa  caste-fellows, .hpbody- in' the 'caste will  mnrry him, Ho is.dend/to hjs,family.  Nobody, .will' oat' or ,drink,with him.  If he is'married;'hl������ wife vwill not  touch, him; or sponk to ,\iitn. Tho, village barber1 will hot .sh^yo him, and  tho washerwoman will' not wash h's  clothes.���������Indian  Dnily News.  '.'������������������''. ��������� . '"   "."* - "f"]   ! *   ',   ."'���������   "I "| I .'"    -j    i ��������� ���������   >    ���������', j  Reviving Grist Mills.  ; English ndwspapij'rs1; tell  of' an or-  gnnUntlon of 200*(armors -ol JHawardon  to. ^roviV9  tho  'i^noiont  water  wheel  Jgristmills in,thoir v,iclnJ.ty apd grind  ,thcro all tho wheat reserved for-their  own, uso.    Numbers   of   old  country  mills  aro olsowhero boing put to  a  similar use.'   It is- declared that the  flour thus produced is "nutritious and  fragrant   boyond   any   other   in   thw  '.world.".':.. >,-; -. ::  <���������.���������..��������� ..;���������.���������' v   .-'.  ���������   "���������r���������rr? I",1 ���������':���������,'".���������; rr  yv ,,Frlfteen-Qunnor.H  Tho nu.rh'het of ''gun's to bo fired' ih  honoY oi great' ofllcials and foroigh  potentates is careiuily calcnlnted, and  thu .honor in .jeiilou.sly, priKwl., . King  Kdward conl^rrod an InePtiinahlfihoon.  on tho Nawab of Jmmgarli when he  raised his Hiiliite fvoni eleVen to -flf-  teen guns; Hut Miiit. liuc* eau-Wid. thu  dufllty prinoo to bo (loreely envied bv  til the other Indian priiiees, who aro  only "olovon-gunners."  Musical Glasses. ���������  Rlchnrd Poekrleh, nh Tr'nhmnn,  wuh tlio lnviuitvr- iJi .muulettl ^\iu,>,m  ���������ordinnry drinking glnssot tunod  by selection and played by pa-uring  wet Hngur* over thu I rim, Hn ������how������  ������k! his Invention flrnt in Dublin and  took it to London about 1760.  ,*v  Sold Everywhere, a t.  y.   ���������     .f '������������������i,.^.,'i>X!H>  tr���������������������������  Am  tntMMf.2ff������,v  -~rry,  WATGHyVND;  BRAGELET  'i.l.'rKW  AAi^h  ?&&W?x.  ���������jVK-P.  X^'UiW  imwwv ii  ���������\>*,\  Oli-lii we \ will ^givo you 'fthia^h-and  some goldipldtb Extension Bracolet  absolutelyvFREJB,; for,: soiling ;������������������ only  $4.00 worth,of our lovely.cards ai  ��������� for 10c, ������������������"  Boys, we -Will givb '^U this hdndaom'4  nngraved  nickel  watch, new  design,  just out. open fooe, stem wlncr'and '  set.    oarofully    adjusted   movomon*.  m)}3L Bhttrantood,    fo.r   ������oUing ,, only.  ������M..nft worih Of our, lovely eatdtt Aatv  8 for 10c,'" ,'a ' .:������������������,. ,. A' /' ...-  ORDER ^TO-DAY; ho Aral in ^.ut '  vicinity.- ���������*   \   i   .    , '���������), ., ,...,���������";  *.,���������,,. ���������  .FREE^Olir bonutifully VillusfrAVVdy  eitaloguo sent poBtimid with overy ,  pviJor, Our oards sell on" wiijhf/wj^*  they aro * tho latest, dosigrii,, uil^im X  dian viowfl, rlowiland birthdayleartls,iv  nil 9ri������Jio������tiUhil y'rtolor^lvntirt/many^-  TORONTO PREMIUM 00���������  . 0������nt. N. Toronto, Can.  memmumuimma  mmmmmm  immmmmmm  UbSbb������bb������Ib������I -r-'-'b  THE   GRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIjsw;  ryewia1 uigy  PROFESSIONAL  JAS. ,H. SCHOFIELD  FitV; Life and Accidsnfc isanmnoe  @  BEAL ESTATE, Bte.  TRAIL       -     ' -  B.C.  CHAS, MOORE, C.E.  B.C. liAHD SUHVBYOR AND   ABOHITBOT  Flans and Speoifioations  CRESTON -       -       - B.C.  j. D. ANDERSON  tsaatas  QozmsasA.  Xiahd   Scbtbtob  TRAIL -  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & CO.  Saal Ssiats snd Insnranos.  CRESTON  B.C.  GUY  LOWENBERG  CONSULTING--   ENCtlNBBR  CRESTON  J3.L/.  R. GOWLAND SCRUTON  A.L-.A.A.  (Diploma London Absu, Accountants)  Auditor and Accountant  Balance sheets prepared and verified  Bocks balanced, opened and dosed  Partnerships and oompany auditing  GRESTON  B.C  GRESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  Frnit Lands, Town Property and Insurance..  9SSS9S������wvv99#vvi$i  9     LOCAL AND PERSONAL.      w  ������������������������������������������������������tssssovssossst  Rev.   Philip O.,   and Mrs Hayman,  I returned   last   Saturday,   from n two  weeks   visit   at Grand Forks, where  they were the guests of Martin Burrell,  M.P.  Miss Daisy and Ruth Klingensmith,  have been visiting -relatives at Elko,  refcuruiug the fore part of this week.  Oanyon'City settlement spent a most  enjoyable time on, Snnday afternoon  last, at the home of Mr Fonoe Huygins  the Canyon Oity Strawberry King,  when the guests finished the picking of  his strawberries, to an ioe oream accompaniment.  AU present enjoyed themselves immensely, and the sooiety of Apple town  are looking forward to a succession of  those charming social picnics, during  tbe late summer and Fall.  Di trine Service at Elsia Home. Dock  Oreek, will be cancelled until further  notice.   Philip p. Hayman, Vioar.  Miss Maud Husoroft, has -now quite  recovered from the shock and severe  shaking caused by the runaway of last  week.  Miss Y. McPeak arrived home from  Vancouver this week, and V7ill spend  the vacation with her parents.  Elsewhere in this issue, will be found  the ad. of the Spokane Interstate Fair,  to be held 2nd to 8-h October.  Mr. Primrose Wells and family, arr  ived in town thia week from tbe old  country.  The lee Cream Sooial on Thursday  evening in the Mercantile Hall, under  th������ auspices of the Ladiea Aid of the  Presbyterian Church, was a successful  affair. A good programme consisting  of song-j by Mrs Downs and Miss War-  dell, instrumental selections by Miss  D, Klingensmith, with songs and recitation by Mr. Laveqne, was rendered,  ioe cream and refreshments being served at intervals.  MME YOUR MOfltf  WQRKT0O.V  4tmTt*ZST WHICH.  WttlWffOfmiW :1  aho Money fSReruRnS  Ml������0ND������Mflm>  asamcHVftis mimiS  GiMo-mRynr.        '-  peoaEjwrr/i.swRERt.  yOUCilPiBE,  MlWfo PLEASE^  /������MD THOROUGHLY  satisfied^  with me wivinwiMH  our Business is  jvmmcp bv people op/  jtummnmoHm.  n mrAL,6MM    ,  youn mrtR*/itmtM\  mm. wm  sHtmp you m vb MY*  HMfWiML BUSINESS m  v/VhcouvEU-vicirtiTy,  lu^TfiTOcourBcrr..  nop&iG^ToisoKnyreft  TOPMCE  y  LBT US ATTEND TOW  WMRBPUMSin6\'  OTMcn5ucvj^Dnsi'r,B  1l0.l?bBflSB������yoUe.'  fl  Bad Fire  A :fl*  ai mm  Yesterday morning, the home and' all  furniture and contents, of Peter Lombardo, of Sirdar, were completely consumed by fire. The fire Btarted at,8  o'oloofc and the heme ���������was s heap of  ashes in abont an hour, Section Foreman Quaife and crew, rendered all  possible assistance, and only the use of  yard engine and hose by the engineer,  saved the town. V  It is reported that the five started in a  defective chituney. There was no insurance  Mnn If ewe  ���������tivaiiiuf %y  WASHINGTON GROWERS TO  TEST   THE   NEW     LABOR.  SAID USED IN SO. AMERICA  WHITE   MEN LOOK   GOOD  TO CRESTON GROWERS.  Plant  The REVIEW has the best omit, ocst riant ana best stocx  1 '     In liiis Corner, pf the World to execute Orders for  K  Services Next Sunday.  Presbyterian Church   A  Services will be held in the Presbyterian Oburob on Sunday.-'next.: Morning service, 11 a.m.; Evening service,  7:S0 p.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m.  You are cordially invited to join our  Bible Olass.  S. H  Sakkibsian, Pastor.  Methodist Church  Services  or.   Sunday   hext:  Morning Service 11.00 a.m.  Suuduy'School 230 pm  Evening Servioe,      v 7.30 p.m  Rev. M. F. Eby, Pastor.  1381 fembui jBtrtefr,  Mr. A. D. Pocbin, of Canyon City,  has 1300 fine tomato plants, and the  fruit will be ready for marketing in a  few days.  There have been a few mosquitoes at  Canyon City, the bast fes? ddyg, but  uot sufficient to interfere with the out  door work.  Mr. and Mrs A. D. Pocbin, of Oanyon  Oity, were among the district visitors to  Creston, this week.  Miss L. Leamy, is spending a abort  vacation in Kelson-  Father Beck, came in from Oranbrook  Wednesday,   aud returned  Thursday.  Scoool Teacher J. E. King of Eriokson, iB spending a portion of his summer  vacation, in-Nelson.  The results of the entrance examinations as given elsewhere in this issue,  will be gratifying to the teachers, and  trustees of the Creston, Eriokson and  Oanyon Oity Schools, pupils from all  three pianos haying passed.  For Bent.���������100 acres ct land suitable  for Dairy, Poultry and Bog Farming  situated -within \% miles of five large  Mines. Houbo.' Barn, eto. Easy terms  Apply O. P.Hill. Hilloreut Mines, Alberta. 15-ti  Born-At Canyon City on the 16th inst,  to Mr. and Mrs John Crawford, ���������* son  Mro Phair and son. of Now Wost-min  ater, are visiting this week with Dr.  and Mrs Honderson.  Loot���������On Saturday, June 17,  between Canyon Oity and Ores-  ton a gold safety pin with a  $2.50 piece on it. Finder please  notify tho Review.  During tho past week tho Bo-  view has printed several thousand fmit labels and shipping  taffs. Wo aro making a specialty of this class of work.���������  Bring your orders for fruit  labels and shipping; tags to the  Review.  Some of the Fruit Growers of Washington, are considering theAadyisability  of introducing monkeys as pickers of  small fruits.  It is stated tluit the idea wa-** brought  North by an explorer returned from the  wilds of Patagonia, where the native  fruit grow era use trained uionkeys as  berry piokers. It is claimed thac the  simians oonld be bought in tbe native  *  state for $50 , oan be trained for auotht r  $50, and is then marketable for a $1000.  us an expert fruit picker.  In support of the monkey theory, it  uxay be mentioned, that once trained,  they are the most economical fruit  piokers that exist, they .require no  wages, are easily fed, and of their own  accord, work longer hours than auy  human being would ever think of doing  they are quick to learn, and even the  trained monkey will pick up from bis  master, maiiy details about the work  which wonld be overlooked by many  human beings. The growers of Washington are sanguiue that before many  years, the art of using monkeys as the  pickers of small fruit will be an actual  tact in the most modern fruit districts,  and that nightmare " The labor problem " will be finally banished.  The Editor interviewed a prominent  Creston Fruit-grower, as to the possibility of introducing the new labor into  this district, who expressed the opinion  tbat the scheme might be alright for"  the WashingtDU Growers, but chat the  Berry Men of Creston had a reputation  co keep np, and would therefore stay  >vith the old, reliable, clean looal labor.  Church of England.  Christ Ohuroh. ���������  July 23rd. ( Oth Sunday."after Triuity )  MutiuB, Litany Sermon          1100 a. m  Eriokson School House             3.00 p. m  Evensong, sermon                     7.80 p. m.  Suuday School                           8 00 p. m.  Philip O. Hayman. Vioar.  /  PUBLIC HIGHWAYS  Province of British Columbia  Notice is hereby ''given that  all Public Highways in unorganized Districts, and all Main  Trunk Eoads in organized Districts are sixty-six feet wide,  and have a width of thirty-  three feet on each side of the  mean straight centre line of the  travelled road.  Thomas Taylor,  Minister of Public Works  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B.C., July 7, 1911.  jyl3  WATER NOTICE,  Take notice that on the 1st  day of August, 1911, at the  hour of 11 o'clock in the foro-  noon, an application will be  to: the Water Commissioner under Part V of the "Water Act,  1909," to obtain a license in  the Ymir division of JWest Kootenay district, by Gust Andeen of Kitchener, B. C., Hotel-  keeper, for one cubic foot of  water per second from Russell  Creek, a tributary of Goat  River, to be diverted 400 feet,  south of the C. P. R. right of  way, by means of a pipe line  for domestic use, on lots 9 and  10, block 7, Kitchener town-  site. The Crown lands intended to be occupied are Water  Street in the said townsite of  Kitchener, under which the pipe  line will be laid.- The names and  addresses of any riparian,  proprietors whose lands are  likely are the Canadian Pacific  Railway Company, Vancouver,  B. C.  Dated this 22nd. day of June,  1911.  A  Poultry Raisin  GUST AN  -TkT^TTiTVT  By his  G. H.  Solicitor,  Thompson.  Miss Wardle of Utah, who is visiting.'  her  sister   Mr?. Hufcroft  at Greston  ������nd who sang so acceptably last Sunday,  in the Presbyterian Church,   will agai *'���������  r nder sacred solos in   the Presbyterian  Church ou Sunday next  Many a dollar is invested in poultry  raising- and never comes'baek���������for tlio  simple reason th-at tlio necessary  knowledge has not also been invested.  The way to get your money back, and  a lot more -with it, is to know exactly  what to do^ and how to do it.  Yok cannot get this practical knowledge from a book.     You have to fret it  from those -who have made big money  raising poultry through right methods.  The help and guidance of such experts     $������,  are given you in the:Poultry,Course of .   5*1  the International Corr es p b n de nee    aa  Schools.    Every  phase 'of successful  poultry raising is covered in a   clear,;  -concise, prac tical way.   Here are.  several of the subjects:   How to select  niosi jjs*Oii'a!>*o iireeus; fcbdiue; iuarnei-  ing eggs and poultry for profit; natural  Vand artificial brooding; natural and artificial   incubation; V laying   bens; combi- ,  nation plant; poultry appliances; enemies,  of poultry; poultry  bouses and manage*  ment; turkeys; water fowls; squabs; etc.  Besides all this, the I. C. S. is associated wich thelargest" poultry farm' in ������������������  the .-world���������thev Ran cocas Poultry  Farm���������where experiments of every  kind are made for the benefit of those  taking this Course.  Write today for full particulars to .,.  International Correspondence Schools  yBost SS8, Scrantbn. Po. ;    ���������  Mrs. J Oherriugton and little daughters, who are visiting friends iu Mont*  tina, will return home wbeu the excessive heat is over in August, .  *{'VHmmm\ J* *?***'**?"  J*    .  i&SSZSS-  AHomcforthcStinier  It will not out you much  -more to be really comfortable  for the ���������summer vacation than  to"rouffh If* Inatent.  A small Want' Ad. In our  classified columns will bring  you replies from people who  have desirable places fo rent.  Department of works ������������������' *. ' ' '���������'  NOTICE TO   CONTBACTOi  SEALED TEJNDEKS, superscribed "Tender for School-  house, Columbia Gardens,,  will be received by the Honourable the Minister of Public  Works up to noon bf Monday,  the 31st day of July, 1911,  for the erection and completion  of a large ohe-robm frame  school-house at Columbia Gardens, Ymir Electoral Districts  Plans, specifications, contract  and form of tender, may be  seen on and after the 14th day  of July, 1911, at the offices of  the Government Agent, at Nelson, B.C., or E. H. Drake, Esq.  Secretary to the School Board,  Columbia Gardens, B.C., and  at the Department bf Public  Works, Victoria, B.C.  Each proposal must be accompanied by an accepted cheque or certificate oi deposit on  a chartered bank of Canada,  made payable to the Honourable the Minister of Public  Works, for the sum of 5j?150,  which shall be forfeited ii the  party tendering decline to enter into contract when call'1  upon to do so, or if he fail to  complete the work contract'  for. The cheques or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tea  derers will be returned to them  upon the execution of the contract.  Tenders will not bo considered upless mado out on the  forms supplied, signed with the  actual signature of tha tender  or, and enclosed in the envelopes furnished,  Tho lowoHt or any tondci? noti  necessarily accepted,  J. E. Griffith,  Public Works Engineer.  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B.C.,  12 July, 1911  3>13  "WBWHffi^"  The fflft&  ���������Grand-'Forks'  ','���������..   B.a   ;'A  Is the NEAREST NURSERY to the"CBESTON DISTRICT  Stook arrives in FRESH, HEALTHY CONDITION  For Prices, eu*., write fco��������� ��������� . AX.  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Crestbu,B.G;  ^^"ilHV,"Bv/^*v ���������tB'^B^,y^^Ji>^A','"i/"isi7'^^  We  have  $165,000  for  iuvestment   in* the.  Crestou District which we will loan.in sum-s  of froni  $500 to $10,000 on improved or unimproved fruit lands, also  on   improved  and  unimproved towu propeity.  If you want capital to improve j?our land, call  ���������''; and see us for a loan.  Why paj^ rent when you can borrow money  through us to build your own home with.  Should you want to improve your business  property,  call and see us regarding term's oh  a loan.   ���������'  We have the money to invest.  1  Johnson & Scruton  Wilson Ave.       P. O. Box 38.   Phono N.o. 7.1 ���������       Cresto n, II. C  H' X I A PAIR EXCHANGE  A small woman travelling  with hor son���������a boy verv large  for his ago���������-handed a Edmonton atrcot oar conductor a half  fare ticket nnd a whole-fare  one. The conduotor scrutinized  tho boy critically and   said :���������  _  ��������� -  w ^ ^ ^ ^ ^    "But, Madam, I can't paca thia  SC0bell*4 LIqUOf, Tobacco boy on a hulf-favo tioket.     He  ���������ltd Dm* Cure &MIJA i8 vory laJ������������ ttnd  hafl on lon������  &SSMSSS^^ "Vo������7 MV replied tho   wo-  jwiiSflEtat*'^^ mnj?,'ubo the whole ticket  lor,  1 Hazel wood Cafe  Directly Opposite Creston Hotel  ^  Coldstream  Estate   Nurseries.  + Vernon, B. C.  HaVe a very fine assortment of |  I "^  IIWJW���������w  K'nwumiim1!-.1  WWR*f  Specialitcs  * Cold lunches Sandwiches  5 Ice-cream Lemonade  FrcBh Fruits in heii5on.        Cundy and Cigars.  HonrHf R n. tii. to 13 p. m.  E. F. PLATT, Prop.  % Fruit trees  Qfiental and Shade Trees  and Shrubs  <&  i^mfutm'mtMmfiiitmmtwiriiwtaiwv^vrmuiswiiiuxa  Budded Stock a speciality  All tree* offered for sale,   are grow" In   our  own Nurseries   on The   Coldstream .'Estate.  ���������  ^I^U^^^M  &  ������  O  I jfy^V^^'w''^^^-"^  ljrq)������*  IV. D. Curry    Agent    Vernon f  v" v^'v"^'w v v V Jy'y"w" wv"^'v"i^"iv"'|v|^1y*'v "lvrv "3 'ty^^r^/r^'  ."H'U  *-v*. ���������....���������.  - .*;��������� v ...  P>  ���������'������~.<IMZ,.%  ,.*n  *���������-        .. JM������* ������W'U������������l-/ ���������.fcMiM������'������k..     W'���������*������**������i-m^tm  ..M^I-WMKlK'  ���������4.,.   ..nr.i *


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