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Creston Review Oct 6, 1911

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Array ^l������*s������*%V'.  ���������mm  y!$i  .jv^-.riv  ���������yytzxZr  l������*t&  ]y ready-made suit.;   For siieft men we haye  ���������yp:  "*fyrB*''  sk������yK   The western apples ore packed  twIliott'frJi~iV''ftTm  iMwiw ^mMWi^Aiy-iymy^yy^yi^4^^  ���������!*?&> so that. wheuA the; box is. opened  there ib a bulge: on the Vtop of the con  ft$s:fe*ivSy;;V.^  tents, the middle .being a ��������� little higher  tnan eaoh end, and  improyiug the ap-  I't^arancai^-Vbf Ayth^'A-riiinlir^p^Rftfr^'jiriKintE  |������1������1|������������^^  :^al-&aia^  inig;cOhi$isd^  ;$y.ySA;ySA&������^^  ' Judge VLatripmari,, of VViotoria, has  issued the now order- which goes into  force at once.   The old rule provided  the oaths, of two others nre required and;  the applicant, wu9n .the matter  comes  Nrenttpn is expeote^  jutlbnsin opposition^; rbst^ictiye Jegia-  iation-in matters,.tiffecting'temperance  JpaiguforVporflon^  (Ancient Order of; HibecniauB, nnd othei'  JIrish-American organizations through*.  yyyyy^y'yhyyyyyyyAxyyyffyxy,  wyftxyyirt ^ynyyxyxyyy :'���������>::��������� ���������������������������::?  Itbata public meting will be hold In the  ^���������.Awfe*^ " '  ���������i������gai^!ih������!^  bringing Vthe; ends-togetherA oyer ..the  appies in the top layer are usually left  iSi^S'fe'j??:" si 'xy. ':~y y v* j'yyyitpf.^yyiy. :������������^jis*  unwrapped :to show  their.appearance.  ,^::?-^.;:-^yvyy'������v;r?*V:v ���������,i-:y:yXyizy������y^:yi:*<?^y:^iyyt.w:'y'-]  Rather large;frnit, eay three inches in  diameter, is often packed on edgo iii Bet  a#ltJS&;"Vv;,y-������AA^  rows, making, four rows wide in the  fi^anasatoouty  paoked stem; against V the cover it /may:  goA;ih:*yarious ways;either ;*dternate  '^^MM^^^^^^^iMl^c^ii^^i^^  three and4foiir, four and four.   Some of  ' these effects are produced by diagonal  'piipdj^  \'v*** *"���������*���������- y*~ *���������  -- -'-"t! * -   "*-Ajj-i1 V ,-|-'."^j-r "'���������'������������������*" ;-*!-A?.--';j**>:>-.* i'm!. ^ri ���������--.'" ^*'-\*-*- - i"-"*l ^VJ-   -  A The. rows alternate', the ��������� second row  ������t?i;jAyy- :*yy^''t^^yy^-/^X'"iiv^^y'>iyy^yy^^^^^1^  oeginning between the first two frnite  of the first row, and the third row same  as the first row, thus wedging;"each row  y$^yyyx^x^yyyfy^y^^m^^^^pi^:K  m tightly.A.Tight, even packing-is yeryV  &^y^*^-yyy������������^^^^  .??;������������*���������.  itMy  :i zyXi  ^-%HKiliiliifeiiEsl  bushel strong handled baskets, and must.  put  their hand : into, the basket every  ir<vgy?#?gz.sy!: -y^=.s; yft^Aiyjsy-xtivtyg ^{iyi^^yi-. i  time they_. drop.irnit into. it. ���������AThe'-bas^  kets are eiaptibd i-rtd-irarfete'hnd���������musV  |W^tidle^barefully^W^  >a|*p^V\^o^i^^  chard. - Even a, tew duys of such;'.treat-.'  'y;?yy9yy'-xy^0y^y>xyy^&>yx's:x-y$y:y:  nary manufactures'- profits.: Forvinstance, there were many Virginia'ori  ohard8 which netted the owners twenty  ���������per.cent, on a thousand dollars per aore,  this season    Figuring the ground crops  y$?X^^^x$i*y0^$������^  which,  they, take forr.tho land there,  while.thetrees are y-oung.those orchards  ihaye;rarely|cost;thev:OwnersxvmoTelvthan  four hundred dollars, por aore.' .They  got over forty, per cent on their���������'���������y.iiivesti  uxyys'������^������*xiyyp:ym^yy^^  ment;:  Growers mnat prepare for ohea-  yy-'fi'y.'''y-p'!y:,yv  per 'apples^by abetter system:'and.'* more  soon aaVcouvenieut are' sorted aiid packed  ���������I^pa^in^-'jI^sus^yvh^  Weuse a sorting table,: which is like a  v&M?& y%$$yy:; yyyy ���������������������������xtxyyyywtiyi  coiiection of >rticles. useful...aidv.-tanby.  ||^elfw||)M|������^B|p^  ^6ted^^'t&d^&|^^|^  :^-^|;|w|be;^^  i'-*'^','-'''*''.'������������������;,V''.VAA,;-':':.''(.,:;,-f-'';\3j':, VJ*'A^:;i|y'A!.A^V'Vyi,5A''.';Afr  ���������\-y~y[:iXyiy:iXiX "y.xy-, ''���������' '...im.-y:"i,t:yyy:!' yy-x-'x  ^0^;f||pllc|'^^  some such Bupporb....Then near one end���������  ,'t'^,'.Vi','.;;1.y'>^.V!i:i,-,'V^-':,.,r/-Vf'f*'':.,*'-'i,',.,,.-^'',il.y' ...':v^ ���������y<ixy'i,.iy:ryi'y  of the' boi.we placet wo. empty barrels,  onie for No is hnd the other forAfcTo 2a.  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A'iiiih  ������S*'>;  NVIS-  ''ft^^^^ ������������������'T.:y"y:y^:z'y.  ..*���������  KB  <������������������������  PAlfl   IN  ways aqua rely met, faaa no more effect  upon him than It' would bare upon the  bronze athtue of Washington wbicb  stands sentinel on the steps of the sub-  treasury In Wnll stwet.  U'rr-HK   tlilll.   IIO  iliuiifl   UIIl. ������ti    Wi'Ui   iiy  le.   Yes. sir. by Sum. sir. like'itus.r^  FfotssHig a thick ruler <>n the de������������k. hVs  Snapped  It  Without  oj:pi  SI!!irs*!������f  4*  uff.,,.J      1.11,1  titS    he   Mil.    tfitfilili;    I tiffe    a'll !>    Mli   ftl  Smith - lowered   himself  slowly  and     sbeveled Usilr. his pugi-sH-inns. wri������sive  Novelized From Eugene  Walter's Greai Play  ...By... v  JOHN  W.  HARDING  Copyright 1908. by 0. W. Oilliasham Co.  (Continued.)  CHAITKR II.  FLAMES_SM IXH. suj^rintenden.t_ofr  tbe Latin American Steamship  company's docks, bad arrived tn  response to tbe president's sum-  Ctons. conveyed to bim by tbe telephone. Smith, snown to bis familiars  as Jlnssy. was a tall, gaunt, angular  man. beating all over him tbe stamp'  of westerner. ' He waa. .in fact, from  Colorado, wbere be begpn bis active  career by engaging in "mining. Scant  ������*������eee������s attended bis efforts In tbis di-  Section, boweyer. and after working  with the dogged determination that  was one of bis traits until even bis  patience was exhausted be.finally entered the employ ot tbe steamship  company ln whose service be bad  risen to bis present - position, wit b  headquarters in ���������New York,  Tbere was something about Smith  -that caused men. and>*women also, for  tbat matter, to. take to him on sight.  Tbe unbounded good nature, bis heart-  educes and unselfishness beaming lo  his blue eyes and in bis whimsical  , smile were written in every line of his  clean shaven face. Another thing tbat  made bim remarked by all who came  la contact witb bim was bis absolute  imperturbability.    In   alt   bis   tbirty-  easlly Into a big armchair beside the  president's desk.  "Two delegates from tbe longshore,  men's union were here just now." an  nouueed tbe captain.    'Tbey sny tbe  freight handlers are going to strike."  "Yn-asr* said Smith interrogatively.  "Yes.   What do you know about it?"  "Nothing, except tbat ihey came to  me wltb a demand for higher pay for  the men.    I referred them to you '���������  "Well. 1 didn't leave "em any loon-  bole for doubt as to ray position in tbe  matter."  "You turned them down?"  "Turned 'em down! Of course  Wbat do yon think? Suppose 1 hand  ed 'em a raise on a stiver platter and  bowed'em out of tbe door?"  "If don't" supproeltfriyi ntTrg" about ~ii.~~  I'm, asking for- Information."  "Tbem two blatherskites came swaggering and blustering in here and said  every last one of the. men would quit  tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock unless  tbey got 3 cents ���������more an hour. They  wasot_ swaggering wben they went  out of" here. I .te.ll you. I pretty soon  took'the stsrcb o'nt ot *������>m."  A faint smile Bitted over the superintendent's face, but be ventured no remark.  *���������! told ���������etn." Williams went on, "tbat'  I wouldn't give 'em-a cent a century  more and to strike and be d d  I also  told 'em tbflt .any man who did uo  ont would never net another Job wltb  this company, and. by Sam. he won't 1"  Tbe captain's voice bnd risen to a  roar, and be brougl/r bis fist down on  tne. desk with such Force that pens and  pencils weut dying In all directions  and tbe Ink splashed from tbe wells lu  their solid crystal ������tand.  "Tbem labor agitators ain't got  no notion of tbe btnesa ot things.  j They alnt got a grasp on economic  j conditions for a cent. Tbey got to do  t something to live wit bout working, so  ] every once in awhile tbey so to tbe  tinderjiiw  protruding nnd* hi* bis lists  tightly clinched on  the  broken, wood.  msveo years of existence be never bad  been known to "get a move on." not j men as pays *em t* be walking deie-  ������ven   when  a   premature   blast  in   a ! gates, -elves. *em some glib talk about  ___ #_ a ������ *.    -.������ _*������ ������ *m* ���������a ��������� t>kAt������    w������*���������>%*������*     ������ nil     ������������������4**tiO������*A     ****������������     ��������� a     ������BtV������it>A  their rights and advises *etn to strike  for more money. Do tbey look around,  and try to tind out whether au advance Is warranted by tbe conditions?  Xary a look- Do any of tbe men they  band out tbeir advice to try to timl  out? Not oo yoar Itfel Tbey go ahead  Uke a lot of sheep and strike* and  , starve aud blame tbe result on cup.  Hal."  Smltb nodded.  "If tbey carry out their threat and  quit." continued tbe captain, '"you  will cUrae. alt tbe strikers frees tbe  docks, throw *em off if necessary,  knock tbeir silly blocks off. but tell  tbem a* wants to work tbat full pro-  1*11 - arrange  with 'police headquarters to trove a  sufficient force of bluecoats on baud to  \  anise bad sent tbe diggers belter skelter for safety and carried death and  suffering to many.   Smith bad walked  tranquilly away amid tbe rain of rock  -and earth until it was all over.   TheD  jbe  had - returned  and1 organized   the  warSc of rescue^ bis placidity causing  the others Instinctively to look to him  tor  direction.    Nor   was   bis   speech  more   burfied   than   were   bis   move  -meets.   Re. spoke but little, and tbom  -Me words came in a quiet, even, distinct -drawl.    But' he "got tbere"  as  #{fltekly as most men. and a -good deal  ' (Wicker, than some whose nerves were  Jdgbly strung and wltb whom rapidity  ftt action wus as necessary.as breath-  . Sbj:. for he was possessed of keen pow- I tectfon   will   be   given  Awr������* of observation^, and common sense,  an' earnestht^A6f"''P?M>*,s^-th������t gave  ���������Ms ii������ter������tn<*t"������'' weight arid an integrity  mm nnsbak'nlile as tbe rock of (jciiral-  - tar*.    Aa  a  fitting., almost  neccssHry.  complement of sucb a  mirure be was  endowed with a sense of humor that  added not a Utile to tbe attraction he  exercised   for   those   who   knew   him  ���������Efficiently  well to be able to appreciate bis qualities of heart and mind.  He took u calm, all embracing survey  of tbe otfice as he entered, looked over  to fWooks' desk nnd saluted bim with  a ^cordial motion of tbe bnnd und instructed a boy to notify Cnptnln Williams of his.arrival.    Be was ushered  immediately Into the chief's presence.  Thut  worthy, who; like his superintendent, wus clean shaven, was seated  at  bis desk In  his shirt  sleeves, and  the whole'room., despite the wide open  windows, wiih thick  from the smok������  from nn old > blackened corncob pipe ut <  .which he wus pulling vigorously.    He  Was a burly man. nnd the short, thick  neck, the broad shoulders, tbe powerful, big Jointed  lingers und the muscles that stood out In bunches on tbe  hairy arms disclosed by his rolled up  ahlrt sleeves denoted that he possessed  .unusual   physical  strength.    An   ugly  .   man to get into an argument with was  A Williams, one who. it: needed no mind  VA1 render to Judge;' wojrld be* capable of  A; following the word with a blow that  ' wobld   crush   nn/ ordinary: opponent  : V Fo^ yearai us Biy*^s''7>,b������id' Intimated.  ,   be had led the roughest life n  tnnn  can lend, hntnmeritig by . sheer,i brute  strength a way to wca.ltb by ,wnys lu  wbicb scruple h������d counted vfor; nothing  Aat nil snd expediency ror a good deal,  and bis entrance; upon ft higher plane  of civilisation hnd not Imparted much  polish   to   bis   appeaniuch;   brtblts   ot  apeech. which were those of the old  time sailing sbipt mariner. Although of  V late years be hnd striven to conform  ���������more closely to the examples of refinement be wltn������srU������d In the only po*  Site society he cored for. which wns  , that of the family of his dead friend.  Stanley Harris*, who wns general manager of the* LatlnAm������rican line when  be obtained control of It    He hnd a  ���������ray of glaring at ������ nernon from un-  'der his boshy eyebrow's with a scrutiny that seemed to rend through snd  np and down bim and made hi ro most  111 at esse under It !  tie made bis dM-IMons promptly, ou-  tborltatlrely, after the mnntier nf a  snao accustomed to command nnd ro  be obeyed without question, nnd he  A-r-rer rmmyed tpem. at Irout in bin  tMSlness and administrative dealings  Add to all th|s ii v������4ee like ������ fogiwrn.  the aflTect of ������r|t|clu when he m|sed  StV'wss. as tie knew full well, to nmk'e  tils subordltmtea qtnfke *n# to Inflmt*  date orherv who hntl to"iJrt with bim.  and It will ne r**rtj������*d ib������C, he lived up  folly to his rrputstlon of being n hard  ���������san.  Per h1������> <jti1H. "m������w������Wt������ snd 1**#  ���������nntbly en pa hie d<tck siu������eiinteriden' he  ������������������atettslned s fertsiri re*������pe*'t He  knew from etr������er������ence Ihsl lh* mnn  was nm tbe tesst bit sfmld or even  disturbed by-bis bullying msnnersnd  Ith Uiin>MJ������jrf aud iiml uu, t.Utim. Al  and fer������M-lty.    "  "I'don't Know but what you're right.  Oap'n Wlllimiis." dinwled the sn'perln  tendetit  with  his  tiiK-hnngeable equanimity      "Anvhow.  you   sure  are entitled to do what  you like  wltb your  OWB."  He went out and oi> his way to the  office exit stopped at Brooks  desk.  "W������>l!. hnw������i things. t>������������y?" he Inquired with nn Interest <*<> kindly that  one miuht hnve thought there was  nothing else In the world with which  his mind was occupied ������'nd never could  "have "su������r|H������cf������"ii'' flint rtiV"tt������~1ii> Is'toW"  him for Imiiiediate solution the problem of preparing for a irreut strike  tbut threatened to tie up the business  nf one ot the (uost Important steamship lines In the country, with ratultl-  cations extending trom Host on all  around the i-ihim or South AmericH to  Sao Francisco  vOh. so. st>." answered Brooks.    "Hv  tlr*>,bye, I'd Itenwrui elnd if vnn'd c<tmv.  up ?**S'snid������er ttitt'tgnt    Kenmn was say  Ing only this tnorninu thut  we hadn't  se������*n nny thing of you for m week."  "ThiiVs so I've got to square nty-  self with Kiuunn. Hiuuub It hasirt heen  my fitult ultogetber."  "Then we'll exiss-t you to supper?"  "I can't promise, necutise I've ������ deal  to do tietween now mul th'z* evening  but I'll come tt I can."  "So long. .litiiHy."  "So long **  And Smith stiuntered out to attend  to one of the greatest  emergencies ne  had ever been celled u|m������i������ to meet tu  his life.     m   ^  (To be continued.)  THE  T������siM id i*i  MARITIME  FROM  TRIBE  FORMER  DWINDLING  GLORY.  usinen  UI6  ntTATy  Tftl I  1 %������������w  Bell"  RESEMBLES  A  MERMA.D.  tt  Reservation->-on-.Bay Chaleur, With  Its Little Mission, Is the Home of  Remnant of Tribe That Dominated  New Brunswick ���������< 1"he .Children  Knew Ne English a Few Months  Ago/ But Are Progressing Rapidly.  Extending t/oin the month of the  5 Grand Cnscapedia River westward,  along the shore of Bay Chaleur for a  distance of two m'le's. iB the Indian  Reservation of Maria; 'known a������ Lu  Pointe Snuvnge or Indian /Point. This  tract t.f land wns granted" to the l^n-  jd i*n* -in 4he-yfl&n- ^BlMt, _aiid-c.omprJLReA  three hundred and fifty acres of good  m-tibli* luiul bcwutifully situated on  tho Buie des Chaleur?. says G. M.  MitcWhirter in The Canadian Century.  The inhabitants are a remnant of  the old Mtcmao tribe which once  r������'>med over "the Province of New  Brunswick. The first * chW ot this  Mis-ion was Gilbert, "Martin, who  '���������"Uwt} tov,^he great<-jige of^'one^hnndred  ariiT ten years. '-'���������"Hts-'wife'wa* 'equally  tenncinus of life; attaining the age of  one hundred and eleven years. The  present chief is Abraham Martin.  Elections for the office are held every  three years. It is the duty of the  chief to preserve order ond settle dis-  putea.  Tho people of Indian Point are  Roman Catholic in religion. Their  first settled priest was Rev. Father  Bosse.- and their church"was built in  1838. being erected by the Indians  themselves at a cost of nine hundred  dollars. Mass is celebrated once a  month by the priest of St. Jules.  Educational matters are not neor-  lected in this settlement of the red  men. The present teacher instructs  them in English and French at a  salary of three hundred and 'fifty  dollars per annum."'" Vis'iting' this interesting school lately, .the writer  found a snuc and* c'omfortable building; the walls adorned with-print- of  Kins Georcre and Queen Mary. Tlie  teacher. Miss Josephine Audet, is  most energetic and much interested  in the progress of her' pupils, who  are docile and quick to learn. There  i? an" enrolment of twenty-nine  scholars, and an average attendance  of twenty. ��������� She told nie that when  she took charge of them six month"  before, they were entirely ignorant of  English. She was compelled to point,  to an article and pronounce the English word: thus little by little they  acquired words; and ss the teacher  knew no Miemac we can imasrine  how trying those first days must hnve  been. A class in the Third Reader  read .in English and spelled for me.  JThe little girl at-the|,head-of the clas-  -knew her' multiplication table perfectly, replying so readily that one  marvelled at the rapidity of question  and   answer. 1   was   much   struck  with the musical voices of ��������� the children *as they t sang an Ave .Maria.  The'desire of the teacher's heart is  to obtain an oigan for use in the  school."   She   spoke  gratefully  of  the  Logsnd   of   "the   Poor   Sinnar's  That Was Cast In  Brcslau.  Tbe ikior/ siutier������ bell  is a  nell in  tbe city ot Hrepiaii. in Ihe province of  Mlesia.   fr'rtiKSta.   una   nange   m   tbe  s^wer^of one ot the* ettyt j'htircbes^   It  'was cast .iuiy it. l.'WH. ^ccordinte io  historic   record*.     It   Is   said   that   a  'great bell lonnder of tbe place "bad  unuertauen to tuuke the finest cbutvh  ben n* nad ever cnude.  When tne metai was melted tbe  founder withdrew for a few moments,  leaving a hoy to wutcb the furnace  snd enjoinlug htm not to meddle wltb  the.catch thut held the moiteu metal,  but the boy dlsoneyed tbe cntirtou. uud  wben he saw the metal Sowing Into  tbe moid be culled the founder.  The latter ruined in nnd. seeing, ns  he thought bis work of weeks undone  and his masterpiece ruined, struck tbe  _boLv jb blow mat caused dls immediate  death. When the metal cooled nnd~  Ibe mold was opened tbe nell was  found to he not only perfect, but of  marvelous sweetness of tone.  The founder gHve himself up to the  authorities, wns, tried nnd condemned  to death. On the day of his execution  tbe l>eil wns rung to cajl people to attend church and otter Ji praver fdr-the  ���������unhappy ifiiin s ftoni. ������������dr^rnm thnt it,  niiiiii'riAAs-ge  NUNttn* rniVRilum  HIS  lot not so pleasant as  MIGHT BE SUPPOSED.  omaraeti*'' tbe name of>  uer's bell.  'the poor ."sin-"  SEEING A PURPLE COW.  The Easy-Going Fellow Depicted In  the Magazines Represent Only One  Side of 4tve' Wardships That Confront the Path-finder In the Wilds  ���������Death and Suffering Are the Frequent Rew*--W of the Frontiersman.  There is a great difference between  i oioncering ai' it .a a������ real Uie aifti an  it is in the magazines. Stories ox exploration in -tne wilderness parts of  Canada, racily written and with pictures to Doot, are very entertaining,,  and they ojiuriDute^ much to the nato  of golden interest /that is" gathering  about the north. Life in Canada/would  be tamer and poorer without the .'zest  of-new things iS'newre������iosSi-o^t^oi  which good reading matter is/ made.  But the stories are attimefe not so  fascinating in real life :a������'they are ib  print, 8ays^ Aubrey- fullerton in* Toronto Star "Weelily.    'r,   '        ������  The romance ol the ,new West and  the new North cbm���������s - not without  cost. Pioneer work,, and .rare adventure, and possible danger, go always  with,, the ,wide spaces, and beautiful  sunsets, arid" natural'charm. And what  'makes the wilde'irness interesting, so  far *as stories go, is "that there, is &  deal of human .effort, behind the  scenes. ,;-' -  To say nothing of; the homesteaders, i  the miners, ami tne railway builders,  all of whom are life and blood of the  West and tne Nona/ tnere is a body  of men whose history, if -it could be  Perfectly Natural Uncle* Certain Conditions. Says an Artist.  H. Anthony  Dyer, painter ot water  rotors,  was explaining the matter'to N gotten tbgether, woul'S give romance���������  ftt-11  It   ths   DugonQ   Had.   Long, Hair  Would Man* a R������a'l Sea Woman.  The old stories e.bout mermaids do  not seem so improbable after' all when  one looks at a full sized dugung. The  only thing It lacks to make tt a real  sea woman ts long bair.  This 'enormous Hsb Tbas, flippers In-,  stead Of tins and rudimentary arms.  The flippers end in four distinct fingers,  and   a&������  startirigly   like   ths   sutnau  hand.' <Tbe shoulders  of  tbis  weird  marinojereature slope in to & short but  perfectly defined neck, on which Is set  a round head.   Tbe eyes' are' like a nu  man being's ln shape and expression,  bnt very mucb larger.    They are set  far apart on eacb side of the bead and  have a brown Iris, swimming* in a wnltiey  ball, biit are lid less.    Tbe dugong1 bjif'  no nosei but tbe forehead to* broad and'  well developed, and while Jbe mouth  is "fishy" in sbape there" is a distinct  under lip.  Tbe dugong is .twice the .height ~of .a  tallyman when it is toll grd^wmjahd' a A  mother * dUgong moving about'' through,  tbe water holds, her baby-tenderly in _ ,  ber "arms", pressed to her breast. Just l interest taken in her school by Hon  as a human mother does.  Glimpses of this strange inhabitant  of tbe sea no doubt gave rise to tbe  old time belief in mermaids. The  dugong, ls rapidly becoming extinct,  but still can be found in fn\rly large  numbers in tbe Indian ocean. ���������Mew  York Press.  Charle? Marcil.    With great good-will  she  marshalled  her  pupils into  posi-    ._.._.. *..������...  tion while 1 endeavored to get a pho- I be afraid of any ougges by night  some possittie buyers ot nis wares,  "Suppose wmie von are tn tbe conn-  try in summer," said be. "you chance  upon a Motsrein cow grazing on a hillside. IJoistems. ot course you know,  are black and white. I he pasture ts  green Off at one side, ts a gray up  painted nnrn L)n you stagger with  surprise wnen you nottre ttvt Hint cow  ���������J* purple? >ot a-tbtt-ot if-'It if-were  not purple-you rolgbt reasonably consult nn Acullst. i h;ri would tie a sign  that your eyes neeae'a attention.  "But you may never haye .tried fo  figure ont why the cow is purple Here  ls tbe answer- The complementary  color of the green pasture is red The  sight ot green aiways suggests red. ul  though we aont realize" It * Flooding  tne scene is the yellow sunshine. The  yellow, the red and the green combine  to tint tb* jrraring neutral colored  cow purple, and purple It undeniably  is. as you must admit when nest yon  encounter one under sueu circumstances. Nevermore, therefore, muy  you'sing with Ueiett Burgess;  1 never saw a purple cow.  X never nope to re* one  ���������New   \ork  Press.  The Bug  Bible.  The bug  Bible was. priuted in  ir>4S  adventure without end. They are the  men wno for "years have ' been goin?  up and down and across the country,  spying, prospecting* surveying. And  they are still dcing it. though by-and-  bye they will have the whole half-  continent measured and mapped. The ,  surveyor ia the iir&t cnapter in national enterprise nowadays. ^ He makes  the way for* the settle'r ahd*thtiscapital-  ist, and his word go"tes. Farms, railways, mines, depend upon him and  the way he does his work. He change-*  our geography ior us, ahd the engineer  who frequently accompanies him  cnanges our business conceptions.  But tnis is in the large. In detail the  work of these men means hardship,. .  and tight corners, and experienced  that at the time seem anything but  romantic and interesting.,  A party ot railway surveyors and  engineers who were locating a preliminary line in nortnern British Columbia a year ago cacned a "large part oi  their food supplies and'then went on  to the Yellownead Pass. On their return they found that vthe Cree Indians  had broken into their caches and  (stolen everything eaiable. it looked  very much like staryation."in consequence, and the fact;tnat it was* win-"  ter made" things^all the wprse. There  was nothing'Yor h tSiit! :to1 take ~ the  trail and trust to finding some" game  aiong tne way. wiuy enuugn iooa re-f  mained   to  put  every  man  on  short  by tbe authority of Kdward vl. and .'rations, and over the last ninety miles  lb* curiosity lies in the rendering ot  tbe Ofth verue >ot the >NJnety������tirst  Psalm. whtcbV is "we know. rifn"������.  "Thou sha it not, pe afraid for the terror by mgbt nor tor the arrow which  flletb by day," tut in tbe above version 1* ran. "So thou shalt not nede to  '';-;V,Kei.*,.������ttr,y#������ii Nmii; sirV.-"fAer/*!*������������������*' - '  i*jhrd otir property andi Wiii ajs$ not!-  fjftjour docks ut otherypofli'/.tO'J.bli prepared. Yon will fix up nccoiumodilfloiis  fur tbe strike breakers In thd sheds  here until the trouble Is dyer .tind  muke iirrtingementB to bring nieti from  the Inland cities. In this mutter you  need spare no expense Understand?"  "I guess so," replied tbo superintendent  vTben It's up to you,M     ������ '  "Anything else you want to see me  ���������noutr'  "toot"iiow. Vou ctin get in touch with  mb any time you want mo. Vou know  nbout,where rm tu bt* found;"  Btulth drew It his long; tegs, raised  bluiseir from tho chnlr und "took up  his but to go.  "Pi-v, bore, Smith." siild the cnptnln.  his voice rising gradually to Us rear-  some bellow, "IPs nigh on to iwnsooro  yeiirs since I took my ilrst vessel, the  Brilly Mnrnn, out of Frisco as muster  and owner, bound for tho smith sen  Islundsio irndi'.aiid I've com mil ndnl  ray own shlfi every minute slnco and  held my own against'-ell sons of luh-  liers ns would hav* done me unit done  for me If they could. A������d do yon  thltik I'm gnlhg,to tn������ dictaie������l io byi  nny white llvcn*d gtm tmn of n crawj.,  Ing tlelegate who coii������e������ hen* holdln������ a  knife to niy tlimiii by threatening e  ttiriimtt wlthiMit glvintj; me a ,'lfhiince  lo meet It if I "don't lilve In lo bis de.  um nils on I hi* spot? No. sir. tint by an  Mil tired Might! No, sir. not in a  ihniiKiiiul years! I own this mirttt  from keel to'itiwln penu. and If I can't  ! run II my own way I'll scuttle it nnd  go down wlib It Understand? And  j If nny limit'* WwUInu for s light with  as Sr*l! Btjfl MS?,' ������������wtcV enough, and I'll  SICKROOM   PLANTS.  i    j  Why They 8hould Be Put Out ef Doers  During the Night.  ln   bis, random  suggestions  to   bis  students.'printed In the Medical Record. Robert EL M.  Daw barn. M. D..  tells why It ts considered best not to  keep flowers or growing plants In n  sickroom nt njght    flowers give off  n-iolsture taken up from .the.soll:. hence  alr.ibecomeH''soitie,whdt buml^*lr!manT  -particularly-growing plam^are kepi  In the room,    blowers having a tnuth  od Of breathing, they use up the oxy  gen, as human beings do and In ex  change give off  carbonic dioxldo as  wdaife matter  The' action of sunlight upon the  stems, leaves and nil green ports ot  Dowers is to store carbonic dioxide  within the plants and release oxygen  Tblis In daylight there is a fair bnl  a nee Iipi weeu the carbonlp dlbxlde ond  the'oxygen given find taHen, leayinn  neither good nor 111'resuiW;;; But dur  Ing1 the entire night the plant continues to breathe, snd until tbo return of  daylight the oxygen Is used just like  an additional fierson breathing in the  room, tbuw leaving less oxygen for the  iiseji ��������� of tliit in valid; ^rherofoct,, n th*.  standing order to ���������rtmovo^'Wr^^w^  ami mowers nt tilglit Is bhs'fd upon the  fact* of piuiit physiology arid Is right.  , Rag In Canada.  While wheat Is tho groat staple product of ���������Western Canada and hasjadd-  cd to the total output tremndously in  rocdnt yoars, It has probably not in-  cre-iscd, proportionately,, more than  flax;, which Is alrendy'������no ol the great  revenue producers of the West, ln  Jact, In the Inst fivo years tho ylold  hoi been growing so rapidly thut It  has practically wiped out the Imports,  Whllo adding extensively to thu ex*  The groat, fla* producing province*  aro Manitoba, Bask ft tana wan snd Alberta. Canadian Unseed oil manufacturers 'believe that the Western flax  mey and  ���������Mn-imhg-  Industry> I* onlyAin . jt|?,M*W *"*  tjutMt-'WiU ovoiituttlly surt������sl*' It^flnhg-  tJltudn even tbat of the flax.produolng  Btatei,  As Pronounced In sinolsnd.  There wss a young Isdy from Wsmyss  Who had such Horrible drtmyss  That sh������ nsd to glvs up her  Cia fnvcrlls suppsr. ���������,.  Of piss' r������������i *nd chocolate crsmyss.  ������������CI*vsland Leader,  tograph of them.  At'present there are one hundred  nnd fifty persons on the reservation:  the oldest < being Etienne Dedam.  The wigwnme of, the aborigines have  been displaced by hou?es similar to  those of their white neighbors, and  in many instance:- comfortable houses  ond barns testify to the energy and**  ambition of the owners. The ocenna-  tions of the Indians are various: during the winter many work in the  lumber camps, while others hunt, fish  or make mocaf-sins, snow-shoes and  baskets, and in the summer thoy act  as guides to the sportsmen and as  phip laborers, while between times  they do a little farming and berry,  picking.  The 'Indians   are  -very   hosnitnbl-������.  The story is related of;an Iri'������hman's  ���������experience along this/lihe. v Although  fifty years have passed since the incident occurred tho tale hrii* lost none  of its .interest.    The man: had occasion   to   visit   tbe- Mission'-'ahd   was  invited; to dinner.   In order toVInduce  , hini: .to   rcmuih his'.host   remarked  ' withA'cvidcnt satisfaction: A  "Duck.','���������' for   dinner^   not   fly-away  duck; bow-wow;duck 1",  ';    . ^  When t'b> savoury dlsli nppeiircd  and'proved tc . bo : youne dog tho  visitor suddenly discovered that his*  ; iuisincfls was too nrcsalng to permit  him to romuih, arid hastily withdrew  Another viftitor, no longer than twenty years ago, ntc heartily < of porou-  pinpiAAarid prohouncod It excellent,  '���������JuSi ;llke other moat.V  The Indians are full df renource  wht'hv times,, are hard. Dressing him.  ������olf in hifl mont dilapidated gnrm^ntK.  ���������oid:'Lbuis-'Jernme:#rfisontji:'hlm^o't at  Iho 'htoros of the neighboring village,  whoroihis ������tory and appearance ore  mire of reward, althopgh all nro up  to his dodge to iji>eureA ehorlty. One  yonr he tried a more ambitioun plan.  During''Lord La'ns'dbw'n'e's term of of-  (lei* In Cuiuidn hoV received from  Louie, who had boen ono of hi-  euno^-fnon on tho Grand Cn scaped in,  e letter which read something like  thi*,. '��������� ������������������:'���������' ��������� * '  ;"'.".'.���������       "..���������  "Mlntor Qovcrnor-Gonoral. Writln*  yon to let you know very hard tinvn  here, no brcakfufll lust night no supper this morning. If yrrnnl bf pood  enough'������i������nd mo ton dollars will pay  you nollp ncx summer If you do ho  will' lie very much VurpriPodA  , Louis Jeisimo."  Lord Lansdowne, greatly nnniuod at  tM* cliar������ctorl������tic oplstlo, roaponded  to tlie- Chief's "surprluu" ancl eutin-  .faction. '.,...- v  In Iho early days the Government  , hedV stij)pH������)d   MMMj*grnin  to th0i^sWi>A  rllsnn;  ssoh    man    wan    nV.owed    Ws  much land us he could clear.  Thm number of p.-oplo on tho r*������-  ���������erviitlon has dccreiMed greatly sine-*  his young day**. A largo filoturs of  the ex-ehkf und other photograph*  adorn the walls.  Ludicrous as thn sounds, it is not  etymutogically without Justification  "Bug" is derived from the Welsh word  "bwg." wbicb m������mut a hobgoblin or  terrltylng spwter. a slpnlttcation traceable In the word commonly In use to-  day���������"bugbear"���������and Shakespeare once  or twice uses ths word In this primary  sense, notably when tie makes Hamter  say, "8ncb btigu and goblins in tny  Mte."  Daffodil Superstitions.  Daffodils uie tot only, poisonous nnd  libelous, nut tnopt nnmcky bowers, especially   when   stogie' 'specimens   nre  encountered.    Bi-tncu. wbo must of-  >ten buve gone ta'-ough t hk'experience ^  ' 'without:, much . biti'ui   happening,   de-'  Clares-t hut-  When a dnffrUII I sr*  HaiiRinu dovu her hvnd tn m������,  Uotrnti I muv whut I must t>������.  Kirst. I shall decline my n*ad|  tJrcnndly. I wtiail b������ d������ad;  I Jist iv, Mtftfiy tisirisd.  In licrrleks own Devon to this day If  you place a sinyie daffodil ou the table of u tartul.ouwe ibe farmer' wl|l  pimp up und eicinim. "Now we shiill  nave no yonug Clicks this year.'' ihe  evil spell can Ou broken Of increasing  ibe single flow Or to a nunch.-Ht  .lames Uumte. '"  Qussr Nast ef the Tvintebsne,  Tbe oddesi of nil birds' nests Is tbe  one built by the tuntubnne, n Bouth  A fries n songster, it is built of cot>  ton iin-i.nivi7ii.vs upon lbs tree nr otitic ���������  >bg th^muteiini. in.chni'irnVtltig^ii*.  ctomiciie, the feinaie works' ins'ldo' ������nd  tho mule onlside. whore ht builds a  setitittei box fur.his own special ust.i  bt situ hi the box nnd kH������pN watch or  slugs nearly an the time, and 'When  da tiger cotue* in ihe form of a hawk  or u HiiuUe he warns ths fumlly, but  never emers tht* mniu n������st.  A Dedgsr.  "Dlhblss ts m gicat mnn to try to  loose u H-spuiisimiity un tech men 11-  ties.  ������������������\es. lie ones sltrr.cd n pledge,  riieti ht fomrot about it und called In  i band writing expert to prove that th������  signature was' m forgei������y."���������VVa������|i'ng-  ton tit ii r.  A GU������d Msns-^se,  :��������� The Wife-Alter all.. Aflnjphns,',f1jls  visit   isn t going  to be ������������n espetisiv.e ,'r  vVith tiie hi|il dnsen dr^Hssf I sunply  nm   iii  (Jin   milt   vimr clot hew  eixuned  om preyed web msnsuv splendidly.  Hu-'|ier������ ttiiMnr,  ; ������L-l*Sl|W-lsJsSlWIW^^  H������ is nnr fHend  wW levee mors  ll.sn Miiiiiir������i������ m*.������*mMmm>mm*  tweuiy-twu men suoaisied ou one Hundred pounds df flour.- The chief of tne  party lost twenty-eight pounds in  weignt during -mat weary winter  march, and the pangs of hunger were  experienced by. all to *a degree that  came perilously -near to starvatoin.  Two   timber   ciuisers   went   out   to  look  up  some  timber on Texada Island,  which  lies   between  Vancouver  Island   and   the   mainland.    One   oi  them went ashore and the other remained in the  boat.    A*mstorm  came   i  up, one  of  the  oars broke, and  the *  boat was blown into the strait, never  to be heard of ag'ain.   Tne'man ashore -"  was marooned. , He had no food, no ,  blankets,   and omy   a  few   matches.  Even his knife had been left in; the  boat.'  The, southeast end uof Texuda, *,  Island is uninhabited, and there was    '   '  no hope*'of aid*in1 that direction.   All      ������~  tnat could be do*ie,<wus to break off  some bougHs and make a rude'shelter  in  the  woods,   with' a HttlQ  fire  to>  , ���������  warm him up'through the.nignt in .  lieu of something to eut.. He was confident that ho would be picked up the  .next day by some passing boat'. '  '< The'next day,*������hpwever,k though tugs  and steamers passed up and down the  strait, nono came cIobo enough to see*   u '  his signals, and rescue in ,that way v  seemed at laBt to be very' doubtful.  Then he started to walk through the ''"'  woods, in hope of finding some Indians  or  settlers  on 'the  other  side  of vthe island.,   It was a' long, hard   >  walk, and to no purpose, for not o> k  man wob to be found.   To walk up to  the  othor end  of  tho' island, where    ,  there aro some ppttlemonts, was out of  the question. Days and nights pass*  ed, oold, sneltorloss, and. foodloss, ex-  ccpt for a few Ush that were picked "* '  up along tho shore, and the unhappy n  prisoner gradually weakened:' Op tne ���������  sixth day a steam-tug, Hooking, shelter irom a, thrcatwiini/storm, coma  near enough the inland ,tti, use a 'signal  <"  and tho man ashorb olimbtid* A rock  and waved his ooat as continuously as  ���������his,little������������������ remaining strongthvallowcd.   *  fWhonv'takon .off- he Was'^n'Ti^odndi*  tion that, wojild,hatj'o1,pr6bably mndo     .  another forty-eight hours on thu island   -'  fatal. '     ylh  ** - Ks V ' ,''', '���������*���������'*  Traveling-in tho wilderness is always difllculVand cvbn when thoro is  a trujil ono cannot eount upon much Iti  the way ot spued.   In the Vellowhead-  country two prospeotoff* wero traveling   -  Inst fall on tho right-of-way.along tho  Orunu ,'i'runk i'aC.ac rouic, where the,  clearing had already been done, and"  at ono point It' took thom tun hours  to mako eight miles. ,.    "  Abolishing the Parlor.  ,  , Ottawa is the  celitre  oi  a  better  houbing movement, which has somo-  uovol and attVaotive feature*,, not tho  least of which is tho abolition of the  parlor.   Tho houso as a hoihtt, Whor������  ovory room  will bo used, and.unod  .���������Without restriction, .in the idea which   '  /Is'promulgated, and ,tl������o competition,,!.,..  |or ri'ltqottoi" the, b|0'rtt plans will *b������������,  opon to tW urchitiVcts of tlio wholo  Dominion.      jl'Ihi  orKiuil(Mii������ *>f  tho,  .  moVemoht nro evidently of the opln-;  ion . that tiie race has been. held In   '  bondage to the,parlor long snougb.���������  ' London Vrai Prc������������, ", v'' ������������������;.-T ���������, "���������'  ���������viM  ���������,������,.*',,,|l,t*'.'>lill.i:' .���������������,!'14 l|V  ��������� sV-'il-.-'-r-  xy  11.'?:,  .'.iMU*  X'A  (Wl  ���������y\NiX:)cyi pfPK^IMf ��s^ '^y-^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^&X^y: :'''y:yx%^0i��   "" ""*"'"'*""'
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fxyut a c tu t in gr-tfurv a
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lis Great Monetary Worth to theVCom-
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y ^t: ihdreasesv ��hb|^pul^tbn ;;by 15 7OO0:
consumers Av^JV^yAi MS-: -y ?vA-:y A ##^S&j$ ���
A It^ddsV$90,0M
A The.���;��� assessrnent  vis; vincreased' yby>
wages; ^559,800:
ariu LtheVhousesvpf its:efiiplOy^es:^rivirt?;
���A- '^eV^an'nuali;'-: expenditureVSiirwVf ood
wpidd. be   $03,Q00 ,iriVipWt;'>-$9,600 in.
potatoes^ V$5,dOOAihvsug^r/y$18,^AW
������ in7Aegg$;,AAi;y^
%. Supimed up;' this, mean&; that an in-.
^B'veryy person;? -'^Ut^Um^^^f^i^.
face sucnVcoiu tendereaVm him*inVp
jbiientiy and Strie'V person y t^dei*^;;Atbe;V
or.spurtons. Some months ago.a ^Ijrtms-.
payment of goods to ^
;andV; when :vihe v caMOyAw^s1VtakenSln^i:aA
' VSAy * >Th^e-^asAsnbthihg^- in^m^ Asplayi^tb
y Tiring,,^ 'blushv'toVt anybody's ibheek,^
Msaid Atfce Vafathor.y< I yXyXXA^XXfyy^ *
, v^^i^en^'AAyivret^edVVAVVtheVS Avprbduber/
I !i��&fl>rihl&
R- '#puAVVig^tyttS finished^V-^ashingtbii
r Jlfeon^s^^^
lASADyy unsatisfied
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$he ^qmirii6hV^';fcVv4-A
the same percentage of results, would
���i6l$oy^in"Vl^{^^ S?yys6.
-himself -.ywhat*^^
|r^V^ouhi;' ^an!^Va3 t��wn|<)rf'Citiy> Xy
4i^iJDy^ AicCiVete^Viire^
painted both inside and out before be-
ingAVused.vA A Suchy;treatm^tv wlI^Keep;
tfieA l^psVVfromV rast^
;frefezer;:last ;:--a, VgreatAdealAUSgerAas.:a
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^AiSyThe ;V^w|ibrfcV:M
... AiAVY^Syare;:V'iiotA7treatingAAydurielf A-^6r
^V^tmrVyf atniiy y f aiirly Aif 7V;yoaadbn.yi;Akeep
I UVHamliris-V Wizair dVVA C;iryinU'v-thevlj;:p-usiB^i
plS.t^?theVv V'best^*:#u
Ay liAthe t1temb;V^^
Am^t'7Aa.rouh(iA;your';7' wrist''-yypuA^reAvn
V-gluttpn vjy AvAV; IAA.A--A ;;y '������<:. AXy.yyyyyyyy.
Obrns]; CBfinot    iexist; 'whenVy Holloway's
:?Oorii;iCiire Is applied to them,'because-it
goes vtoIthe'xroot:. and; kills the growth.; y-y.?
*[������:.:   She���^"So they have a family skele-
this morning."
ToV allowVaVehild;:to*:look= into :tt mir^;
y ior; hef direA itv-i^'a '���: mbnthAbldAwillA cause
���*���: vi'
Vis the 'Despairing Cry of Thbua>*inds of
;;:;o'AMbthersi-;: AV'.S'cotcbWbniin.>Teila V;?
;;rAV';ry;J7HbwA'H^ChJUd^waaVC^tt���cd, .���
JbabyT";VHowvAmahy, worried^,worn-out,
���mothcm, whose children are fluttering with
oonema^ totter or otlujr torturlnir,l<ll��llt'urlnif
bumor, have asked theni9clvea this quwitlonl
lATHrough 'ntiiilect'61;^ Improper l treatment,
vv  ^some minor eruption haa developed Into a
-['���. dUtresslriR .and unsightly nflllctlbn.   Simple
treatmonts fu<il. snd sforitreronea.nre tried,
: (sometime^ go; harsh that the suffering is
A   InoreasodrathiBr 'than alloyed. ,��Even, proi
���1 xy fMslonal'r aid-has proven; useless;. and, the
VA   fear Iflever^prefjoni  that; the sUIrt; dlwaBtt
yy wiliv become  chronic,   ttirnlnr. the; child's
vy future lato a nlglitmaro or physical sno mental
!:?i-v;!;*cnuiery.)'"'''  -'*'    ��� " ���-������,! " "    ��� j,:- *���'������'���
;8uoh .-.mothsL,
I:    children's suffer
.���!;.i:,-:,.'.the'.iong, ' "
rs.ywho; lmye witnwwl tiielr
srlng and1 who nave yndcr��one
splass, nlshls sndy.difttraetlng
     as hsmo frj),m Amerlca.and Mie tol
., WpiOirymv   ���
dirreronoo '-whsa *   -
, swimed\i> noamsJier and rtis slept.;- Junta
, three boxes SfApnU-nlra.;Ointment and ��fi��
'. was quito cured,..  Jsilia has tlm pur**��t skin
(lours Olutinent nnd to wash lier.
nvi. Heap. '':iTnsw.jysi|.iv��i;.'gr��t
used  tli.e first bojt,    It
���.      1 th��t fattnnt baby now! pc ftn rnir��<tei
���'.' Itemed Im li hot conllned to the treatment
Sfeflxoma, Is amply proven hy Mr��; M. A,
JieaKI,   .A*, that ilms tha child w���� covered
t prleWy
sr own n
head,  .A.a.ihat iim
llttftd 1
oris a
tour* o!
1 it her own head became li
*nt In boils,
' ��ll
with nrleMy ht$.t and I runpour In mutc-lil'ij*
lead became Itnfectml. for It broks
oris after anptlier. 8iielisd oliout
In aJl antf 1 u��ed, Cuticura flosn .and
r��t,mo,ijt ivh ch f ty��i, irn-r of then��,
pehditnre m'':#iotmng
^ded V to Avthei Astota^
buildings; food!^'and.*:clothing, ybuihave
"in.: ^^$2,428,350; turnedAiiiitovthe,iip^n-:
suits which are effected by the' pres-
VenceAin AGaniadaAJpf-'^m^A^^
A^TERHf I'-B'liEr^R EGbRdxyXXyXX
AVAs vevery Vtnot^erAkribw^
rate' of v litfe ���dnes'SinyAGaiiad^
theAhot sunieihrAmbnt&AViarvVexceeds
?that Aof i Variy V other yseasbnApfAtheAyeai*.
The? reason Af or x thisAls AthatvAtlliB A lefxr
cessivey heat^.brings- Abnvythbse ��� Idreaded
irbublesAVyAchpleraA ihfant^mp^diar-::
aind V��^el:;Vcbmpliai^SwA::A;;^^
A!l��'fc-';t^ "
subject not merely to refuae gold coin
thst is under a certain weight, but to
which carin6tybie;s^'��^si&^,i^Aav|iay'.
!*!*i "1 speakv;fr6m^<^i^e^n^^^Vtim
1 *-Jt1 the siiVnibrithsVl^vspeiit-aixAKeiibV iiever
fvvpuld end;r^^hicaig^fIi^raiHerald.
���      yyyHfMeri^ere^XX^ySXXX
^em^berA lihatAii^M^ev^sl^At^
tiAn'.OII That ls;KFamous.-i-Th*raKli "Canada was hot^ythev, *birtbplace;y:��fX-: Dr.
Thomas' Eclectria:yOil, Vlt is ;V��Ke vliome.; of
that, famous compoimS.i-vTKrdm;-;:;here'ritB:
"good"na,nie was .spreads-to-yCeiBtraly^aind
South America. ithe*Weet; Indies. yAnatra-
lia and .NewiZealand'.^vThatf'lsliar,^ afield
enough to attest5 its excellence, for;yin-^all
the countries it is on sale andyin demand.
:yiy-y.��-yyxXy ���
court ^prvlawvtheshopkeepc^Vwaap
bnt at a startling rate.   It is reckoned
portion of which ts locked In.the strong
/j'i^infs||^^aK8?.. ;A\^ Yet;^*t;1tj^
great that daring every twelve months
rubbed off into fine dust.���Pearson's
^iy(yy^y^y^i,v .y..-ir.-iX'.Ax.-^ y '%&. :'y^viy^('iyx-p
-?;.;v yv* y^xxy y: yy^j...::.-.Xmyyyv!&!&!&xy
The  Modern   System  "Was  Introduced
. points, Aso.aa., to .indicate .the .meaning.
nau'y:-.to Aristophanes, au Aiesnndflno
troduced by Charlemagne, the .yfl'rloua-.
VBt��p��.;*and A*ymbbisv;'bvitigl^
y Tbe:|p^ent'VVsy^mA;bf;*)i^^
was Introduced In tiie latter, part,of the:
Qfteeuth century by Aldus Manuring, a
Venetian printer, wbo was responsible
ma, marks of tnterrogiition -n nd" exc'lh-A
mation, parenthesis aud dash; hyphen.
^idy.pdlitejy;^.     . , ,.���s���. .
;��';''I-shouMV &^nbt^
i-merA girl.   ^'BiitSO^a^eVv^
:tp,;yyour;;.; tryin^^^tiibit'rEreef, :;B'r^s��
j.Miti'dfdrs !.V'ti|riimtt
;^'Sayse?MKm^ ahd^heh-
/a ny dyeing -isVvdbheSinA the Ahousehold
drop the spools; intpAtheVflm
minutes and they will. make fine playthings for:the childrenVon a irainyday.
:A-:;rnt--;--'V-i.-A.', vly"^^
;>r I here yarey many;; stickyy devices ;pn
[the; market jthafrVkUlSi3pme^
thousekeepers  who.VvhaTeV:;testedV thbm:
ikhqwVthat AWil^n^AA
VmanyVtimes mpreyaiid.} ddl ikitVdamaige
Vcarpets VVahdA furniture A likb;Aall:;S;
Englehart Aatithbrity; to'Aact VibrSitsinJ
: tbe.V crisis^AMryAEngleharti ySxnu^Xt&X-
rontb. telephoned Supt. Black of -the
j plactedv; inAVf iill^Vcharge A of; this A affair. A
'Turn the whole force of the-.xp^d. 0%
'the job and do all ybu can. tb prevent
���arrahgihg^iiiuicklyyfor systematic., i?o-r7
"at Englehart station reading! "No. one
peed pass'by- hWrehiungry;*'.and 'sign-"
jed by the chief. of the railroad. Voices
ready at hand when '���'���' this "emergency*
���?> A:Mri.y;-Engii^art'.-wasy? born'7 yinAvGleve-'y
vlandy sixtj^^^yealt^Sg
.an-ordiisary:'employe Vic ab oil, con?
jpernivj-he :M^&^ciij^^owiier lot ;,i^.prb^V
^ame.jto.Cahtida in 1870, when he was.
vtwentyrttoee��fdbing v(i>nsin.ess^iv|Imu^:
' -""'Aand^aS^tPh;^
vy;He~j*-'-Yes','sda^riin^yiT^erivivam: with
*ypti' JAfeel? insjHLred-iaisAif-IV cptald do
������some vperfee��Athingv*y:Vy^;:Vy Vv-AyyVrVAvVyA
luncheon that I-would   like   without
fHta LOCAL APKtJOAWONS. M tbey cannot rdses
X Ihe 'seat ot tbe 'dU#ute.y Catarrh Is a blood or constl-
; mtfonal dlseaseii Mhd In order to cure it you' must take
v nternst remedies: ; Hall's CaUirh : Cure'ls token li*
yienuUly. and acta directly.upon tueblood^nd mucous
' rarfeoes."HbU'S CatarrhyCureTs-nbt,��"quack medl-
slQe.  It was prescribed by one ot the best Dhjhuclsns
: in Uiit country for years and le * regulir pwecrlptloD.
.Ct.H composed��� ofit4e>best ton!��-1tnownr"coinb'ned
with the best blood pwlfler*t��cUng directly on tba
mucous ysurfaces. ; The >petf��ct% eombtoatlon  ot ;tlie
two lngriedtonts Is what iproduces such ironderrul irpi
t��Ut��,la^urlng ;catortb..^Dd'5forte��ltnool��ls,''fr��e.-'
.-.y-y ^VJ.-iCHENBy;��Aco^i,iops^*'Xtetea<vOk'
��ateHall's jTamUiTPUto torcoustloaMoo. iA.    -,
one womanin;*haH:��
^TOjpeHyAic��TiL ���., ,.,.._���....
ingr right vupoh .fftis ?cbm
.^ttdi^MsSutfea^ hb;;hiazard 'tb^e'ajt.h^l^ij
on   so   quickly   and   with   such   little j ^tTOphe'andq'uotaUon^ka":^
helpAbefore' ther mother: realiizies;AKe;i:is
���ill:'.;- vjDuring AtheV .:��� hotAsuihiribr A mpriithS'
the mother AmtichA be xbhtinuallyAibn
iliei" Vguard Ato . sebA that A baby^^bpWels
'JareAwbrkirigA reg-ularlyi andf;hisAlittle7
stpmabhv'-isA^kept'yA sweetiA-.:andAvVypureA'
Baby'sOwiiyTabled ^buldValwaysiibie
;kept Ain Athe Ahpriie, ' as}Athejr'>aare Vithe;
Ihowyyand: ^KeriAAVm
ti^ble8;V��i-iCifA'tihRyAdo cbmeV^onrsud--7
deiilyVthey; -will Abe. quicklyA-hahished
byA the VTabletsv; TheyTabletsSareA sold
iby Vmedicine,vdealers, or byA mail !iit 25
cents yiavbbxAjfromV The Dr.?VWilliams'
iMiciiieAGdiylBrbckville, Ont^AX\,'. 'xA
f}.*';::y;yyy.    ���-���:,. ;���������:���,������'������' ���'���'i-- ..;���������.. .���-���-������ .��� ������-���������;... ..-.,������.������'��������������.'���, :yy ".yy
;Vv jbn'es was V always 'Very AtbctftilV This
is VwhatVhe, wrbti^:AI)ear, Mrs^ASnuth-^--
,Vonr ihusbapd cannotAc^
day beciiusbyhisAbbthes were. blown up'
iri^ a.boilerVAexplbsi6n;vvAVPi*v:S^^or
SmithVwaS:inside:of; theVclothiesi;'':v,
A, iotralyv A.WS d��J' tiortmnK
'-pmisa ���putUufs, ItcnutdlM, too
ny one
That mother* may lnj��t ths *iflrary and
selvas, ths Vottsr Drtis #nd Oiifm. dorp,, lit
Oalumhuw>v��.i nnstos. M��nm,, will wnd ftrsi
I; scalp.,. undftr th* bifliifttcn of c��iil��*itra runt* *
y Olerk-^'fDbvypu 'want A'^rV harrow:
man's >cbmb?!^^;;VyV.v:A;VV'^v''���t:'Vy^���:?v'vAV^;A'.;,
��� X Customer A (graVely)-^'No ;V ;^y, ;^aht ja
Cdmbv V ipi*:A or' stout man vVwith" *'.'������ rubber *
teeth;-'-r-Boltirabre Ameri^an^y; VA;  :A
How Winchester Qiins and Cartridges
AAa! the hunting seUspn;;wijl?; soon Abe
here sportsmen - generallyl are., thinking of; thbir 'huntingV'PutHt. ���'": This
makes'it;mar,e opportune to call at
tentibri , tb;V;.the , repeiitihg rifles, repeating shotguns arid, dtntnunitloh of
all kinds '.m^nufactur.Gdby:i the Win-
ohostcr Repeating^A, ArriisA Company/���
the rlargbst vtnariufacturers;<; of; arms
arid ammunition'in tho 1 world-^whlch
are' justly: celebrated for thoi^Asuperi*��
ority arid reliability. .Over 'twb million V\\rihchc8ter guns liave .bebri sold
during tl^o forty odd years they have
���been upon the mnrkoti' arid today
they, nre Ain V general use nlL; over ; the
world; VHaving OBtnbliBhedr.suoh; a
dbmdrid for thoir guns and' dmmurii<-\
tion the Wirichestor Company ��� strive
to mniritairiAt^brii by .exorcising...'.(front
bfliro.in the! solbction of the'thatGrlalsv
Uflocl, bnd ;t>yAornpIbylrig modern mo-
tlioclB nntl inachinory In mariufnotur-
ing thoir produbt, Tho Winqhestor
Ooinapariy. ���emplbyAthb lending 1 'exports
in gun and umniuriition making, nnd
expend rinririolly n, ltirpo amount of
itnorioy inffbxpbrliriorital.\vork and! in
perfecting /p.Ov' ond dbsirnblo typos of
guns ana nriimunltibn. , By moans of
this experimental work and by an ox-
noting system' of touts and Inspootions
embracing eVory v ^tago of mnriufac-
turo, ���from', -tho v matorlnls in thoir
rough utato to .tlio flnlshotl, product,
the Winchester Cbmpnny, arcs enabled
to keep thoroughly modern in every
way nntl up ,to n higb degrooot )par.
foation. As proof of ��� tho superiority
of Winchester '.���cartridge's.,-' might bo
died the report of the Bbnrd of Government Exports who7:������;'otter' a thor-
oiigh test of various nifikca, reported
pi,lrtclaHy thot WlnohoBtor. rlflo,! oiirt-
ridges woro suporlbr to'V till ^of-hors.
This is tlio v soporitliybar that Win*
cheater eortri<|gbs havo hbon, sb -hon-
orbd; Notwithstanding',;���; thblr aupori"
ority nnd tho caro taken in'mnnufao-
tuHne^WlribhoHter pxm, arid omiriuni-
tiOri.Hhoy.oost'thci cbrioumor no mbro
thim 4riferlor Vfndkcfl, Quality considered,, Winchester goods ; aro tho
cheapest upon the market, Winchester goods aro sold by most nil
reputable, dealers in hardware and
spotting good*.
printer* until tbeir use became unireiv
cent of any system of punctuation. .We
tbe letters are placed at equal distances
apart, wltb no connecting link between,
/��i^^siitl^^'si^r ot ��������� spscinj^AiajaA: ar-;
reading at sight t-oiuewliuii difficult A
Avf'ebRlie7 .inVm^^wri^V^^t^a^-^elf-'
,towri/ V^ei*by?pepple v ^^pbt^iizfeAiyHth
VyoufAhaye: V:np;;:3ti^ble/^hey:^
^Gentlemcri,-���1 vhaye&i rbqueritl^msed
siderV: it: the Abest: allrrouridSLiriimerit
Av A'y-yy;Ay 8ftpUrtV;8ehoely
���chooi In 174b ��� o��*Aapitbuneed ��� .tb^{^theV:
Vhave no buHineSs' here. for!titiio!;;rti'i"6a.v
' t^>nbt?:beAVb^kebs..'.ln, ;,'tavprKpfS;iuy,v
'peijiph;.1 w ha t aoeyer.;,). Npr^s^Mylbhlldf
'wmyedyiiniessV bis' pitr** n^'n-g^e^Atbat',
be ahall observe nil tbb- rnlesV'ot;Vttte;;
house apd thnt they, will not tnko him
fromvisebbbiv no^ not forXq. day*'.*fl'A
they take bim for good and rill.**XFurther, no play duys were permitted; and
po tithe: VJyns; eypr, ,uilow��*d:;fbr play bni;
the ground tbut he who plbya whon;
comes a tnan.   Kvery Ftidby thb cbil-'
dren had to work till tt yin: the afternoon  without   breaking tbeir v tast.���
London Chronicio.;V;
'���y.-Vi Xy'X:, A;:';:'A .Pslth. CtireiV^Vri^-;; -A; .-iUy
Dr. .Inslab OldrJeld relates n story,of
bis stttdent drtyU' afc Bt UaVthblbniew's
bbupitnL -A man cnm�� to him with ab
Injiiry to bis hnbd.. Thedootordld not:
know what the ailment was. but; he,
prescribed rtri'blrittbent which was
practically, lord. ���-.:u?he man-returned to
the bpspitai thufQlio'-ylngwect^ ,- ' :
, "Xb, sir," bo said. Ml bogln to recpg^
nUa why Itris^ithrtt flt'lJiirthblomeWs
toospHai hws such a-grest reputhtibbl I
rjora# from. Lelcestor and have, been;<to;
all yt'lia doctors In^belcester.- Your bint*
ment' has 'dons: me' th'ore' good in one
'wfek than all ��� tbo ointment of the doc^
tore of Lo(coster; lp, nji��by, tnonths." Xx,,
v ���' That result, added, tbe doctor,,was
owing to the fact tl\flt t*he roan canie
to He Bartholomew's bellovlng that he
wuid beouredtboro^-j^ndon Graphia
'������M"-,- '.,-;' i'i-  ':.''��� '���-. . ���������   ������-   y .'i n;  .'.; -. '���.���,-���.,���
:r'^-:.y.y:.r'.yyxU'^x'i-/^w.yy,yy'Vx* ���>���><���'' ���'
'x ���':,':���: [���:.!���: .���.''���.'���,A-1,;.JWa',.Rieor��ai-.-:.''���.'.,'���,',.
Hr hare erosned tho Atlantic twenty
tlmss," boasted the man from New
Vftflr.  .'..���'   r(r,    ' 1..-,'.���.������;. , ���'*���,.���������'.,'
' "��Ha'W;>6htr ;rb-illed''wfcm!in';f��>m
Chicago. ���������My record beftJa that.**
"Oh, reallyr How many times have
���yoti.b��enloirarf,A/''-:: ^'.yv,;,)...;;..v,. ;,. :v
T*s never been over at all, bnt I've
aat foot in every state of the Dnlon."
"Quite remarkable. By ths way, old
cbap< bow many states art there now?"
��~Uulcagb Uocord'UeraltL ', ������
A':;'!'���';��� av'Vv"1".''' XXX ,V:,',''.''.'.' ���y',!';*. '���'''
..���.yy-., Ooad:.fiehamsJVAr:;^; �����<������'
Hicks-Yon keep duplicates of all
your old love lstt*rsT What an .Ideal
Wloka-Ttsi whsn I hats) done eome-
thfdg psrtlenlarly foolish l lost read
over ona of those letters. It la qnlte
eneoorajlnf to know that l��w notossr.
!iy ����� mnch of a fool aa I twed to bo--
������'���1 ."si:,
VCaptairt AHardresis: ^^
is 'iiow:dories away vwitK;;V/Etoriv:;bpys
used 'to A suf^r^a:Vgopd ��� d^blVirbimlVitne
birch;7;; Therb wasV one:' Etori^triasterfiri
thbv 70's : who' flogged soA8eV��rely1;!t,hat
his death; when he came' tb'vdie, was
announced iri' the'; papers ambng-the
shipping ne ws.: They y announced; it
under - theW head���'������'������ OfV: ''Loss V of'V^ a
���^rhaler.'.;'^: ���-; ,;���;'vVVVy.., yyXXXXyW''x
Aferit iri ii.raincoat:riiaybe mended
���by iapplying.a-piece of black silk cbtirt
plaster to the undersjdbviof :the tear45
���11 vl;::;7,^'!;
QU Co., in which his former" i nterests
wer^.iRcorpprated; and he is^ still vice-
presiderit of rthat conpgrrii : A good oil
Vfa?a��;;ha�� *^|^^i5methii&VofAaf railroad V
. sion; to succeed the J��os�� ^pn9ISi58ij?l?��
Mr. Englehart was asked lo^ot'S tiie
^|jd. yHe had become &, British- subject, A-;also3'a��;C.pri^
large fortune .mfde,. he feltAthere :w,as
offer, and  later became chairman of
rounded by thirty-five acres of beautiful-;! iiridscappv^
hospital^yTo hiniAthAeA salaryA,of ���' $5,000 V
heA receiy es^S;ichMi^anf bfyVthe JJTis^
thinks' y i^hey Awbrk:AV iay yuseful-^reaily?:
knows ������all- the nien working on it, and;
does. 'Would that we-had- more naen
ex-pected to: succeed. Sir-Frederick Bor-1
V^enilas^Miriister '''pf ^'iirtia'vLlsibne VofV
the leading-lawyers! of ���-the Maritime
Provinces,  and "has -been .in  politics.
} f b'R-:maMy^ear8li' ;He :!was! ^bbrri^a^PicfV
rtbu^Al865^ His -first three7 attempts
;:tafi,ve.Aot::-the^        wereAunsuccessful.
rHbrA-yrasAVbeate'riA;fbr' the V Nova Scotia
' Jiisgislature Vf in" ;1894, and)vitt 1898 and
igOp^asv^defeated^in ^ruririing' fch- -theV
i;HiouseA^iCbriVrri6ris^ his successful op-A
ypbheiitybn:'bbth1?thesiB ''bcVasibhs' beirig
airjCKsirlesHibbertTupperiAHc secur-
varidiVfiisigried it in 1904ywliieh^he;was
i^lb'&.t'eaV'ia?.���vriieiribe'r' of-'the^Cpmmbtis;
bnd fyisvsinqb retainedehia seat.:.;Por
yearsJA-he; has be^ri*- StybrigSftnd influ-
'ential''aa;a public*'.>*ria^':'|ind;1as;.ia'-..law.-';
yer' ;h��s yfoirmbd mosti^ijpportarit con'*-
riebtibas.;   One- ;of hisAol^eritsA isi thp
Dominion Cbal * Col; Awhlcti: hi? repre-
Sebtejii in ^ts big. fightV ���* it^i^Dbminion
Ste'eh5 Hev,has' :\ brsd rifcreaeritfld the
Pr-pyince- bi.Nova- Sco^yip.importarit
\^ Mr. ^a^IbriflJd ��� is;:i:;��:ear\ 'riiiaaoiier..
and a- sr.rong debater,' bad'his
iri the Houao jam. much -j
Prime \tlni*ite'r.��-Tbrbn^
X [ A N Ox OB8TIN ATE;V;;D \$E&m J9M
E NT IR El-X r O VE RCOM E <���
������X'Xyxyy^ '������������������Afrff XX -������'���'��� x Xx
*liMtii:i& %
��� y
y,:< .!,   ,#, }; .���.|i<l��.,:,!r,',*������i, \ % ,:j,|li,:, !.i'.).'��SiT' ';�����'
poor, old and young, and is neither
Contagions nor an. indication , ot :.un;
olebrincss; ,as,,aotric -8,uppi08b. ,., ; t :.
; Toothing;'imprbpiir^fbbd-;, iridlges.
���tlon^ vftbclriiitlon, poisoning by, clothe
ing or from',ivy, etc., .are named
:o:mbrig':'tho'vbau'Be&^ ���yty*^ ���>v* ���'���x;-'-;:
,-'*. Thoro A'is' ;inflammatlbn,: .redness,
hent, swollingi MiaohnrgQ, ��� formn.tipn
of cruat, and all thie llmo ariribylng;
trbublbaoriib 'itching I ;At\d )VV burning;
which often, becomes ho torturing aft
to ho almost,unendurftblor.A 1
'������j Thja ;oyor iprcsep't, i^lliing, ia, '.what
makes ccxetria so .drctiabd, nnd it i^
this feature to ��� w*feli! 'i Dr. Chase's
Ointmont gives., relief ,lrom; alipost
tho first application. .
.-'���'; Dr J '���;���'; Chaso's VOlntmont is ! not' only
deligbttully soothing, but ifl n lyondot,
as a means of hoaiing tho skin. It
is not long before tho 1 "row, itching
sores hro thoroughly clennscul, the
itching subdued arid "iho process of
henling begun. Pcrnlstont treatment
will thori    bring   ;nbout 0 thorough
ouro; ������; ,'������'���- -.''���..-. ���; .,...'        '., :*���' ��� ���'. ,
This" groat,bintmohtis always* bene,
floinl t^ tho skin.7* ii)nlcing , it, Bolt,
suiooUi nnd volvbty, and, beside* be.
ing tho; most offcotivo troatmont
krioSviitortlm cufo of ccienrii, is useful in every liomo in n score of ways,
MothsfN use Dr. ChnHft's Ointment
for tho chafing and skin troublos of
thair babies In preference to unsanl.
tsry pore^jlogging powders 1 (10 cents
n box, at nil dealers, or Kdmanson,
Bates tk Co.; Uralted, Toronto,
AviA:x$'At��� a,.Quick'Lunch Oouritsr. ���
ifl-'The youths who wslti behind the?
cjountefv in the quick lurches acquire
oi certain kind of crudobttt;ready wit
ft-om their constant aVspWotioii,with
sill, sorts of meni ^ho^tnStn*TitJIs pliVt
lqf their duty, to; mbks;: yemarks about
tfie^^ things' they-'buyttbVioT.VTjhe^lads
yjrhb Iwoar the whitt? Oj^horts and hand
but the stoaming dlBhei do not always
lunch' counters *rid 7piy��ceedod to1 obni-
plain about*.oyerythfng.i. ':: ,    7y A
Jt'SayMWalter, -did yb^ 'make this cot.
ffev vohewing��� tobae^P.?; .andv^oy,:
woitor;��hbw* mo>ty pooiJlw ihavo reluA.
thls*,V thoA.explaltned,.   .   .        ,       .
,"t guess not/* Wn> the uric��pictfed
^Piy,.ot ��� the .w��Het.    ���Jo^.Djxv.it! is
'vb*-l��' ';- *'-',���'.. ���'������'���' ���:.��� -;" " .���������'���"'*���:���:'** ��� ..-���It,:,"* *..-
"Then vi/hat, do you call is eltlckiari
.patty\'htiVIt tlwro i> no bhJckoh in
UP'' ingulred u-e.. i��.at��ifcu8tmuorM .'���������.
, "miVU yoti%oug��f 4"% blscuii,
In it,*.''.retorted th* wslter,--8iiUirday
���/yx'-x, ':,.l"���,���"���' '-,*��� ' "A*,1^ ������':���-'���' '���
_. I i,'. Ontsrlo's f^insrsl, Output. u' >_,.,���,
V iAccording to tho sVinuiilv rc'-fwrt'of
the. mlrtos hrdnch ot; tlio Department;
of Minos, Ontario 'produced in ���: ths
twclvo month. ^fll.fcU.-4*0 wrirth'- ill
minerals, > compatod with' $ftft.6ft7,loo
IP ths jfirbooding >dar. an Inoreailb Of
I'tructurftl nristcrlals and clay pro.
duets by 95.10.1,303, snd other non.
mstsllie products by 11.001 J&M. On.
tarlo led all the provinces by produo.
Ina 10 per csnt. ol the whole.
, tfndi pay 'the-penalj^* '$& ^^^t^d&M&^Mm
Aitf. wo^an jvhoayoyl<�� lfks^     y^J
���������rBi^B&ni^s^i^0^ftgB^^i^ tMtimmmmi
matter' ia_ cordial]j   intitfl
^�����88^ VHer^lettoi^wiUvlj^yBeU
ti^Ciwfe^ S' ���'*���
_ .EayBittc!����rsweilln**^8teo^
��!i3^r. no \tu��|r gmne. and   (
borao -Stfep��-at irorJc^B l��jtH**':i&
U��faeUveft^B��^^Kri��*.*:y .
���  AB80BBJtNj*^^M..Vll|Umeat^Sor
flealass ����� aell-reretf.
,.-* The Hntlonal Dirug wid Cuendiiil Co;'; .ft;iiinlpeff * ���OrtMri^SiyS^ivrjSo?!
^������sssssjssssiasaasssMSssBsWBSTsasBSssssi;IslSi " ri " sssa^ss^sJa^^ssssSMPSsisMSsaBWSBa^^ -h'^^'':-^y V^A^t"'-1
' -/fry ���-V^-.^VrV^jyAw-U^gM
���,',?. .,,lim, ..... 'J-.��@-?A-^-fea
::?^^?ftv.Cat^dxa^ade:��^i^i ����������'"�����**���
anteed besthat vaiueAihCanadii:;^
All sisses and shajJes 7inc6bftiiandv|5
stiff felts.     Ask your Doajiar,;prS
-wijite-at once 'Ito-; y\y} jyti ���*���;"X-t:y-XX
CHAS.  C.   PUNCHARD & 6o.y
; xy yn V'Torohtdt-'Ohf::'H';vis; Jip^l
.-.'* ri-'V'.vr
'.. ���iRB.WtNSLow's Soothino SvRtrjp bsrbeea V
40THSKS  for:*���*! their   ^;-lI,ti*5ttBi?�� .���WmiOS'*
���'SS3BT.9INOr w,th M��wh    bucces" ^
K9XS8B.a* CHXLWu80Hlllf��a thfcptfMB
A.U,AYR oil PAIN. .CURBS WIN&COttC'/-���% '
In the best remedy for UIARRHCBA.   lt Is *��,'���'
whitely,harmless. .Be sure.and auk. for ."Mi*'
Wlnslow's 8wthlngf8yttip,��%d%kenooth*���
kind.   T-reuty-five cents a bottle. ,
yx y
xXl'X :,'';���:���'..��� the Reason        ' v*. ���yXyLy
,. "They hnvo, named tho, baby after ;
Uncle Bolshar.7.nr." '   '-Jl;*'' y^ "���"x
"Has Undo Bel��?hn>!Zor money?" :.j-    ���
"Dox you suppose   they   liksd v the1 *  V
nameP"--Pltt8burg Post.,        ..,     ;  ,,;7i'
��� >      '-���';:��������� ^..^.m..'.'.:y. '.:+.  j ' ���'>y'Jf.-^.Ji:r.^-.*A^'vv;^!
Impurjtlas of .'the^lfBd/iOouhtsssets^^ri^-^^t
Inmnrltios *in thb 'blobd IcoM'-iii^wAy^XttiK,
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y,.y:, *r ?.��� i*. THE   CBESTON,   B. C,   REViucw.  WmmVaiiimU^mifli' h,  ���������-���������     j wr.trsisiri crir   ������^iiMi������w*������MMWii������iai*  THE CANADIAN  BANK  ^F COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., UUD., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000      ~~          REST, -   $8,000,000  MONEY ORDERS  The Money Orders of The Canadian Bank of Commerce are a safe,  convenient and economical method of remitting- small sums of money.  They are payable without charge at every branch of a chartered bank in  Canada (except in the Yukon Territory) and in the principal cities of  the United States.  The Orders and full information regarding- them may be obtained  os application at the Bank.  In the event of loss of a Money Order the Bank will, on receipt of  a satisfactory guarantee, make arrangements to refund the amount of  S������# lost Order. A232  TSRCT 9. FOWLER, 9i*nagtr, Crttton Branch  The Creston-3Revh9&  WW  3*WMMAaf������dMMM������WV������e������etf������A������  PaMbfcaC evasT  *ii������ay at Grssrton. British Columbia, hy the Ofeeeeou Pnb-  >&BBBsf flaw, ai tsssssr ssVea, Wilson Avenue, Or-eaton.  iiebta*  1. S. /  ������������������   ���������  Bajupb G. ScawsoM   ���������  Bdtter.  fltebaefiptton, 18.00 a year, in advance.  f9-Day Notices, $6; 60, -$7.80; 8������, $10  The Leading,  Hotel ^f the  Fruit   Belt  YQT3 will make no iriisteke^  when you get off the train ,  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Trayelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Our  Guests  Calt  zAgain  - Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.     "~           L B. Moran  Jrropt  t r"  We have just received a stock pf  Photographic POST CAiRpS  of CRESTON, and they are the  best e1>er taken of Creston and the  Valley.   :    r  10 ctSe eacb, ot 3 for 25 cts.{!  ���������Ma  i    11 .  i /Va'  Tha Btsriev ie the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, cir-  eslatisg ia over one thoosand homes throughout the Creston district. Om*  sjbIwbsm are open to eonrespondents on live questions of local interest. Oon-  ���������rttm**aons must be brief, written on one side of the paper only and signed, not  b���������swaatty for publication, tmt as evidence ct good faith, we invite rapport  in oar eadsfcvoaxs to iaerease the usefulness of the Review by bringing in yonr  adVefssJ-BsjBaatv, snhseriptions and news. Complaints from subscribers aa to  ' aen-xseeipt of mper win be promptly attended to. Address all oonununiea-  tioseto the   edito?  In.accordance with the ample notice given through the  provincial press, by the government, the Commission for  the purpose of inquiring into and reporting upon the operation of the assessment act, will sit at Nelson on Wednesday  nth October. - This Commission, is one of the most important ever constituted under the Public Inquiries Act. and it  is requested that all persons who are interested in the matter and who desire to be heard, will not fail to be present at  the meetings of the Commission.  The correct basis and incidence of taxation, has been a  problem which statesmen of all ages from Aristotle to Lloyd  George, have endeavored to solve, and today in our new  empire of the west, this same problem is under investigation. In Ancient Greece as in Modern Europe, there  were kickers, and the advent of the hated tax gatherer, is  greeted, perhaps not with the same hostility, but certainly  with an equal criticism in bur Glorious Creston, as met him  when in days of Roman greatness, he was contemptuously  classed as a Publican and a Sinner. For these reasons  Public Servants, at Nelson or elsewhere, who, whilst doing  their honest best, as we believe they are doing, to solve the  problem of equality of assessments which has puzzled the  best brains of all ages, are harshly criticised by the taxpaper,  have our sympathy, and certainly deserve the sympathy  and support of all citizens.  It is hardly a matter for surprise, that mistakes and  inequalities occur, considering that in a district like Creston  very few actual owners of land are themselves aware of the  value of their property, and values change yearly to the  extent ot hundreds per cent. Mr. Hoskins and his overworked assistants, ��������� cannot work miracles, as Public  Servants who have honestly done their best, and succeeded  in a great measure, the findings of the Commission will  have no terrors for them, and if the inquiries result in an  addition to the available knowledge of this problem, and an  increased efficiency and equity in the methods by which the  necessary public revenue is raised, the Commission will  have performed a valuable service.  The rapid increase in the quantity of, apples yearly  shipped from Creston, brings with it the necessity of a  Central Packing Depo,  The first necessity is to produce the goods, the second is  to paek them right, when the third problem of sale will  he already solved.       Creston District produces the goods,  but in -packing we are far behind our competitors; nc matter  how good are the apples, if improperly packed the producer  .. .must sell at a sacrifice.       If the fruit-growers realised the  necessity ot a good pack, they would import an expert this  this Winter, and sit up by candle light mastering the art of  packing.       But even this stage of the industry must soon  he passed* and the establishment of a central depo and the  at least  seasonable, if not all year employment of an expert  packer, is inevitable.       Such a man, unhampered by any  personal ties, his livelihood depending upon his pack, could  be held responsible for the quality and grading of the crop,  Equipped with a grading machine and a ,cold storeage, he  would ruthlessly cull all inferior fruit, the dishonest shipper  would be cut out, and all shipments would be graded true,  asJl-csrrsvily snarn?>it  c Creston Dru-g&Book CS6.,}  ���������������������������������'*��������� i ���������<  NELSON ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTING DISTRICT  Sale of Mineral Claims for Unpaid and Delinquent Taxes in the Nelson A-ssesBment and Collecting District!   Province ot British Columbia.  I hereby give notice that on Monday, the sixth day of November, A. D. 1911, at the hoar of 10 o'clock in tho Forenoon, at tifee Court House Nelson, I shall offer for *  sale by publio auction the Mineral Claims iu the list hereinafter set out, of the persons in said Use hereinafter set out of whioh Orown Grants have heen issued, for  taxes remaining unpaid and delinquent by said persons on the SOfch day of June 1911, and for costs and expenses of said sale, if the total amount due in aot sooner -  paid. -, ^   L . ���������  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED  ii?  OWNEB.  sGmmxagasuoamm  CLAIM.  LOT.  .TAX  COST & EXPENSES        TOTAL  Transvaal Zambesi Co.,Ltd,  Ark Mining and Milling Co,  Eureka Copper Mines Ltd,   "  8. A. Isaacs and Frank Fletcher,  Lennie & Wragge, *  Transvaal Zambesi Co Ltd.  Transvaal Zambesi Co Ltd,  Wm. Moore,  Wm. Moore,  E. D. Ainsworth,  Louis Pratt, ,    ���������  G. W. B. Heathcote,  Eureka Copper Mines Ltd,  Thon. Qough,  Geo. W. Coppen,  Transvaal Zambesi Co Ltd.    ~  .*  Eureka Copper Mines Ltd,  The Pilot (Ymir) G. M. Ss M. Co,  Louis Pratt,  Oniel M. & M. Co Ltd,  Reliance G. M. Co Ltd,  Reliance G. M. Co Ltd,  Oniel M. & M. Co Ltd,  Smilie Jones,  Reliance Gold M. Oo Ltd,  A, H. Kelly,  Lonis Pratt,  Katie D. Green G. M. Co,  Ark M. & M. Co.  ^^ i  Wm. Moore, i  Lonis Pratt,  Jnno Gold Mining Co,  Ernest Lalnlippe,  Jnno G. M. Oo Ltd,  Jnno G. M. Co. Ltd,  M. Taifc,  Katie D, Green G. M, & D, Co Ltd,  Katie D. Green G. M. &\D. Co Ltd,  A. H. Kelly,  Rolianoe Gold M. Co,  MC. Siokor Si B, O. Dor. Co,  A, H, Kelly,,  E, 0, Troves  11    ���������  . ,   \'  Lonis Pratt,  A, D, Westly,  B. Tomkins, otal,  Goldon Strand M Ss Dov Co.  MTate, -  Pilot Ymir Gold M. Co,    .  J, Love So B. S. Lennio, ������  qpldon Leaf M & M Co,  Goldon Loot M 4b M Oo,  Goldon Losf^Wtyi-.Mt Co,  Roso MoGlyuno & W. B. Caldwell,  Mra. H Thorbourn, Bt al,  Mrs. E. Therbonrn, Et nl,  Ernoafc Latnllppo,  Oniel M a M Oo,  II. A. Stowart,  Rollanoo Gold Minlug Co,  Eureka Copper Minos Ltd,  William H. Sherrod,  Enrolcn Copper Minos Ltd,  Ark Qronp M * M Co,  Armstrong 5483, ; 18.00   **���������** > ���������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������������."*������������������������������*������������������������..���������������*������������������������**. o44J| ������*,*/������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������. y *w#��������������� * * ���������  Alhambra Fraotion, '. 1 4651, 1 25   Bryan, 1699, I..-.7 75   Badger, ,.. :.... 785, 10.00   Black Night ;.'.. .6486, .' 2 75   Bank, '. ;; 5487, : 4,50   Bodie," 9290 ;9 50   *^^rry* *���������" *���������!>> ���������**���������������������������������������������������**������������������**������*���������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������*������������������    ^rA *)��������������������������������� ��������� ���������������������������������������������#������������*  O* C*\) * ��������� ������ * ��������� ���������? ���������  C&K,.,....; v 3927, 12.75   Canadian Belle, 4783, 12.75...;..  Champion, < 4648 12-75   Comet, 3378 10 50   Evening, Vl,'  103 5.25   Erie,! < 5485, .* ' S.50 .'  Eureka, ,'.\ \ 5552 * 13.00   Exchange Fraction, 3451 8:25   Freemonfc ; 8928, .- 8.75   Good Hope ". '..' 4SS2,". 8.50   Golden Giant,. .'.*. 4655 10.25   Gold Bell, 1 4657, 12 00 ;  Good Hope Fraotion No. 1, 4388 8,60   Golden Queen, 5284, 18.00   Gold Note, 616, 7 25   Giant Fraotion 6449, : 6 25   Humboldt, .'...,������ 8929.^. 18 00   IngersoU 6472 8.75   Interprise : .' .8450, 9.50   Iron King,.. 9289, 18.00   JoBte,...'..:'.' .8925, 7.85   Juno, .8101, 11.50 .'  Joint Fraction,. '  .8821, 18.00,   King of tho Forest, 3160, , 10.50   Kirkwall, ,  Ltzzard, ,  London Fraction,.  Last Ohanoe, ,  Little Joo,. ,  "May a Jennie ,  Matfldaii....   , Montagno ,  No. 2   OnIx,..,.,.p -..,.  OroHUl���������'....!   Pilot....... ,:>,.  Ptt*,...:   Presldont,   Pilot Fraotion,   f Bod'Rook/.,tt.,.:....  Rainy Day ���������....*.  BnidyDayNoTfi,.;...  Bed Top Fraotion,...  Btorllng, .',..,  Stillwater Fraotlondl,  Btlllwator, ' ,  St Eogono Fractional,  Stanley,. i< ;,  Sllvor, Champion,,..  TipTopFiuotional,,,  Toronto,   <u. bv,;,.,'.,:   Viking,,..' I,.,  Wooloomooloo,,....,  " j-   ,  i  1 ������M * '������������������  ���������                  8162. 11.00                    786, 625                  5471, 12.60                  6478, ,                8.75                '6448. 7,00                  3948, 10,00 \K                  5487, r .11.00 ti/                  0447, /                    9.75                  8140, ,i 1800                  8026, '          600  ....,                2078, 18.00                  8489, '              ^ .,* 986  1808, 13.50  ,                  78%; 450             ; ,8452/' 2.50                  8500, 11,25   '..               8078,. y                 8,50  ..."                8079, 11,75  .'               ,8451, 8,75' .           i     ,                  8020, 12,75 '    *             ' ,88^0, 550           8811 ��������� ,975                      l   M���������.   ,            g880 d.OO  4884 4.25   :..;...'      ���������   iJdfls. 7.oo          '< ���������  40GP, 0.00  4040, '   1000                  8018, ,        0.2B              f  ,, .'                4040, k             ���������      5,25  ,                  807, 'i������,00     ,        -       ,  Datud ut N'elsuu B. C,' this 21ot day ot September ;011,  .i                    '     ,   '���������   ' '    ,                      '' BTBPM������M H. HOH1CIN0,  Collootor of BbVonue,  Nelson AMMimoutDUtriet���������  2 00  2.00  2.00  3 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2.00  2 00  2 00  2.00  2.00  2,00  2, CO *  '2,00  2.00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2.00  2 00  2.00  2.00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2.00 V  i <.  2 00  2 00  2.00  2.00  7.00  2.00  2.00  2 00  2.00  3.00  2.00  2.00  ' 200  800  2.00  200  200  2.00  2.00  8 00  200  , 2,00  2 00  2.00  8.00'  8.00  2.00  2*00  ,2.00  8 00  8 00  2.00  2 00  8,t)0  8 00  2,00  15 00  11.25  3 25  9.75  ^2.00  4.75  GgO  11.50  15 00  -j  o 25 -  14.75  -i"l4 7<>  If 75  12.. 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Commissioners ncde'iy-tlie"*'-Public Ih-
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-respect to^^its pi,acti��u^-^6i^Egs-;oii-/jtlio
financial requireuients^of the Province.'
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their meetings oh the dates and at the
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all Public Ilighways:: in ���anorr
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mean straight centre line of the
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are interested iix ihe matter aforesaid,
and who desire to be heard, will not fail
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Dros ���������������������! Cbomiul Company ������f Cnnad*. Limited. ������       ������       ��������� Mo������tr������������L  ������ 8!*E!  i    tai  me 'sVaoW  SOME HUMORS OF ERIN  RAMSAY   COLLES   TELLS   A  STORIES OF IRELAND.  FEW  I'y  The Jarvey Is a Mark Twain In a  Small Way and His Retorts Have a  l -Quaint Insinuation That Often  * Earns Tham Money���������How tha "Red  - Earl" Knighted Davy Stephens, the  " News-Vendor���������Irving'*  Way.  ^Although noFaiwaya'aAwiCffie'avefr  tags Irishman is usually a humorist���������  if unconsciously so at times. Xhe  story which Sir Robert Ball, the astronomer, tells of the jarvey who was  ���������ent to meet bim at a railway station, and who ultimately apologized to  -Sir Robert ior keeping him waiting,  -adding, as au excuse, that he had been  told to Iook for a ''distinguished-  looking gentleman," is fairly familiar  *to most of us.  And Mr. Ramsay Co Ilea, in his delightful bock entitled "In Castle and  ���������Court House" which comprises his reminiscences of thirty- years in Ireland, supplements this, story with one  -or two others which illustrate the  2iumor o* the Man in the Street in  *be Emerald Isie.  , "It is ten to one," says Mr. Colies.  "'that jhe first car-driv������r one strikes  -on visiting Ireland is as truly a born  Shuniorist as was Mark Twain. Sir  <3eorge Mayers was toad of telling a  good story about a jarvey who used  to drive nim to Glengarry at night.  One cold night Sir tfeorge, <. having  paid the fare, handed the jarvey a  jgiass oi whisky, and on beiug given  Shack the empty giass. said. 'Well.  iPat, isn't that good whisky?  " 'Begorra, yer honor,* said honest  nimseut; "yju c*������n nave which, you  like.' O'Hea chose a photograph, and  then, as he was takng leave, said,  'Will you add to your kindness. Mr.  Irving, by signing this photograph?'  " 'With pleasure,* said Irving; and  taking up a pen he wrote across the  foot of the photograph: 'To my very  dear   friend    '   He   paused,   and,  "turning to'O'Hea, asked in'the charming manner which all lovers of Irving will recall with a sigh. 'What  name did you say?' V  Peer and His Treasures.  Lord Farquhar has kept hi3 sixty-  seventh .birthday- He was Master- ol  JKing.���������iBdv!l������rdfs,_Hp.usehold _ in ��������� 1901,.  and his lordship is an accomplished  musician,.most' oi the leading musicians of the day having been entertained at Castle Rising. He is also  a consummate judge of antique furniture ssS. decoration, and has made  a special study of the eighteenth century French.  Some of his most valued treasures  came from the boudoir of Marie An-  tionette, while he. possesses a great  many of the moat famous pieces irom  French houses of that period.  Chateaubriand's Early Struggle*.  A new discovery bas been mads)  abont Chateaubriand���������nothing less  tbah that be once sold stockings on  commission, lt wna tn 17U0, wben be  waa still an officer in tbe royal service. He had a debt ot honor, amount*  ins to ������200. _ Be wrote to a distant  relative, ono La Morandals. who manufactured atockinga in sxrttaemna.  appealing, *������c help on tbe ground that  be most eitbec pay tbat debt .or blow  bis brains out. La Morandais. instead  of aendlnc bim money, sent bim 169  dosen pairs ot stockings, offering bUn  a liberal commission if ha would sell  tbem among bis distinguished friends.  He gratefully accepted tha offer and  The Unexpected Happened,- When, the  Englishman Fireoti  Among tbe less aubwn writers tit tbe ������  j nineteenth century was Samuel liog-  era. He Kept open bouse and frequently entertained Dickens.. Macau-  lay, Carlyle and otber celebrities t of  the time. Uogera was a notable wit.  but, unfortunately'his thrusts wore not  always tempered witb Kindness. Irving In a letter says: "I dtned txtuva-tete,  witb bim some time sine*-, ahd'be served up bla flleurts as be served up bis  fish���������wltb a squeeze of lemon over  eacb. It was very piquant, but tt aat  my teeth on 6dga."- - ; - "  This same caustic flavor pt his wit is  shown tn a story no waa toud ot telling to the discredit ot fe'rencb ,val<Mv,.,  An EQs!istitn������n aqd a .itfrenchman  bad got mto a wordy squabble, wbtcb  led to mutual insults and e challenge.  Nothing could save tbe minor ot either  ���������OS- t^SSl���������tHit-S-QU^L^- "  '- '~i-   Bqt duals were not fought'to ejlll.  Even sprto.ia wounda wera unpleasant,  and a mere scratm would answer the  purpose mucb better. 8a thai > tbe antagonists miebvt nave a better chance  of missing on** another tbey repaired  to a dark room.  , Alt waa in readiness. Tbo signal waa  given. The ttngiisbtuah, no ������**sa eager  to preserve bV������ to������e than blmselt, groped to the open ttrepiaca. i^e polntud  hia pistol up tbe cbtmno-f and bred.  "Ana. by 4o������o." Kogerb was wont to  exclaim, "be brought down tbe Francb-  maui"���������5toutb'������ CHnnpanlon.  (Pat, 'I forgot to taaw it!' sncce<������a������l  to dispoalnK  of tbo^mee-  i. "Another jarvey. on being asked 4be cbandisa. Tbere la reason to believe  iaame question, replied, 'Faith, it's \ tbat be manaigwl ta plant a good deal  anade a' new man of me. and shut* 1 of It on tha stores department of bla  She's thirsty, too 1* " {own tttisimenlu^Weetmtnater Gazette,  Another iarv-ey story concerns a cal- ; _  {qualified at one" of the great military j    fiSMaH5!*a\S1*^ ^Z^^^r  tha  Schools in England, wa, sent to Kicfi-    0iI^lkias,0t1 ^ JS^'STTLS  - - - ' Brab|nans in India, posseaa in locaus-  Ins  thought, a  prominent   Brahman  land Barracks, Dublin, to commence  fisis career as a soldier. On arriving  an that city he took an outside cat  >and directed tae driver to tne bar-  bracks.  ;    "Richmond Barracks, all right, captain." said the jarvey, as he started | t<mr ^n^ at a time without tncon*  on a trip ior waieh. tne legal fare ia   . ,_T^    m.. ������������������������������.. U-*m������ .i..^ k,  sixpence, but for which a shilling i������  once satd: **Wa would consider a game  of chess aa played In this country mere  child's play. An ordinary Brahman  chesa player could carry on three or  visually tendered  "wiiat is tne tare?" asked the "cap-  ytain."  "Well, colonel." said the driver  fagain, in a tone of voice which precluded the idea of any attitude save  jthat of profound respect for the ex-  jalted person he was. driving, "the  ���������meanest of thim gives uie half a  eroVn."  Mr. Colies also tells of how that  ���������well-known personality in the newspaper-selling world, Davy Stephens,  who is practically the first person 'one  (sees on landing at Kingstown/was  (knighted many years ago by Lord  Spencer. His lordship was Lord Lieu-  jtenant of Ireland at the time, and  jthe story goes that as Davy Stephens  on bended knee preseuted Her Majesty's representative with copies of  the Irish daily papers, the "R6d Earl"  smote him oh the shoulder and jocularly exclaimed, "Arise, Sir Davy Ste-  8>hehs!**  k There are a number of amusing stores,Vtoo, concerning other celebrities.  One concerns W. E. H. Lecky,7 the  great historiun. who one day went in-  fto a second-hand  bookshop kept by  5>ne Michael Hickie. "Lecky csnve in-,'  jo the shop with a volume he had  -jpicked off the improvised shelf out-  aide, and asked: 'What do you want  por that?' It was a shabby-looking  <oopy of the. Bible. Hickie pulled his :  Qkea*rd meditatively and said, 'One  shilling.*  *"Itra not worth a shilling,' said  the man, emphatically, 'I'll give you  ���������nixpence ior it.'  "'upon this Hickie awoke, and  ���������ahoutcd 'Get out of my shop! Any  ���������man who says that the word of God  ���������is. not worth a shilling won't stop  herd' Hickie wns not religious; he  told mo afterwards that he had mis-  rtaken Lecky for a clergyman!"  "My friend, John Fergus O'Hea; the  ���������artiBt," aays Mr. Colics,, "told mc a  urather amusing story of Ifvihg.  "When Irving paid his first visit to  Ireland he was called upon by O'Hea,  "who* wished to make some lightning  ���������ketches of the great actor. Having  ���������made a tew tnumbnail portraits,  ���������O'Hea said:���������  venlence*. The usual game played by"  the Brahmans consists ba checkmating  ���������with ono pawn designated when tha  play begins. I have seen a man 'per-*  form a long problem in multiplication  and division, at tbe same time noting  the rations sounds and discussions go-  ins on about him ln the room. 1 bavo  seen a man compose a tripla acrostic  In Sanskrit ln a given meter, at tbe  same tima having three well versed  men trying to overthrow him ln hia  argument on religion."  Somewhat Unfortunate.  "There"'are soma times in my life  when i hava feii that fats is indeed  ironical,*' aaid the man wbo was ael������  dom troubled by bla debta.  "Do ybu refer i to A any special occa-  ���������Ions?'* inquired one of hia oldest  creditoiray  "Ono ct tbem came last week when I  ���������''is^-'v'ihirr'dhleai^.i-ABuUdi':' tbe cheerful  debtor. MI bad a money order for  $25, and the only person who could  Identify me waa a. man to whom i  owed thirty."���������������outh'a Companion.  FOLLOWED THE DIAGRAM.  The Motorcar Tourists Rewarded the  Man Who Ore* I*.  An amusing practical Jose wbicb  was played by a Canadian, farmer on  a party of motorcar tourists is described tn Suburban Life. The tarnier bad  drawn a diagram to sbow the automo-  biliBta bow to proceed tbrougn the littlo known country.  "For bve milea." writra tbe author  of the article, "we followed tbe countryman's diagram ana then cans to  a piece of road which waa atrocious.  We climbed over stumps and tn and ont  of rata and gulleys. lirass grew, Ui tbe  middle of thia 'road.* showing bow little it was used. At last we saw abead  a little bouse just at tbe edge of the  woods. We felt sure we were off tbe  right road aud decided to make inquiries at th������* bouse,  Great was our surprise upon drawing  np ln front ot tbo house to tind cur  countryman, nis wife and several children out ln tbe middle ot tbe road to  meet* ns. They si! looked at tbe car  witb wondering eyes, and the smallest  child bung to her mother's skirts'and  bowled wltb fright, 'ihe:Other children tied, to the house and peeked out  of tbe window.  "Our friend the countryman . said:  'Well, I most run my horse-to death, to  get here before you did. 1 wanted tbe  kids to be sure and see tbis critter.  Tbey never saw one before. I'm much  obliged to you. and now if you want  the right road youUl hnve to,pull back  two miles to the road wbere you turned in and go straight ahead!'"  \  Contradicting a Proverb,  ������������������People can't expect  to got something  tor  nothing."  sold  tbo  ready  made philosopher.  MUy landlord mnnnirea It,** replied  Mr. Growcher. "Be makes me algn  a contract to pay a full year's rent  ���������Whether I live in bis net or not"���������  Washington Star.    '  Respeet Por the Aged.  "What's tho matter. Miss..,palling-  ton r asked tho vtliapoA; wng., **x6u  never laugh nt nny of my Jokes.'*   .  -I bave been taught never, to, ladgh  It the old and decreplL''--Cnloa'go tte>  srd-Heraid.  Not easily Caught;  Wlfe-X see you're putting ������������ your  new..coat   it makes my old bat look  awfully shabby.  Husband���������Is that sot  Well, tbsf s soon mended.   Ill put on  Tea Much Toothbrush.,  It ls possible to err in tne direction  of a too treo use of tbe toothbrush.  "Once a day tor three minutes la sufficient." writes a'dentist in, the Family Doctor of Ln~������otTu "Uven tn using  a toothbrush ome a day If Is better  not to rub it directly across the surface of the teeth, but to slant It, holding the point down so,tbat It deans  tbe spaces between the teeth as well  as tbe trout ot the teeth and removes  tbe full force or the contract from tho  teetb. 1 bave had many,patients wbo  have llterpily mbbed, the euatnui from  tbeir teetb by the escesaive'pse ot a  brush. Tbe average person * uses, a  brush too mucb and ridt tne'ilttla. ' in  addition to being careful witb the  brush, It ls also important to aee tbat  tbo bristles are.soft and, not bard.  Tooth powder should be used only  onco a day."  Bees and, Hygiene   - ,  Bees appear to understand the im-  portqtfce of hygiene. If a snail, for  example, enters the hive, they at  once"-kill it and convert its shell into  a tomb by sealing up thb mouth of  the -shell. If, however, the -shell is  broken or cracked so that it is not airtight, the bees will then enclose the  whole shell in wax. They use their  wax with great, econpmy, and make a  little go a long way. If two or three  intTOdeps - ar-e.-to be dealt with,'the  wa:fc/itoBibs -are- made side by side,  thus causing^ each division wall to 1  answer a double purpose. Expulsion  of the intruder is practiced when the  body ib not too large, or when it can  be dismembered.  When gping away from borne, or at  any change of habitat, he is a wise man  who- numbers among his belongings a  bottle of Dr. J. D. Keliogg'a Dysentery  Cordial. Change of food and water in  some Btrange place where there are no  doctors may bring'on an attack of dysentery." Ee then has a. standard remedy  at hand with which- to" cope with the  disorder, and forearmed he can successfully fight the ailment and subdue it.  - A'1 mustard plaster if mixed with  the" white of an egg, will act quite as  well and will not blister.  Rifles  Slio'bt  Straight  and  Strong  The name "Winchester*/on a rifle barrel is the hall-mark of accurate  and-strong shooting.. This is due to the excellence of Winchester  barrels, the knowledgo and experience embodied inN their manufacture  and the care taken in targeting tbem. Only good guns ever leave  our factory. Por results always use Winchester' guns for all your  shooting and Winchester make of ammunition for all your guns.  FREE i Snut mints and adSratt on a postat card tor mar large Ulattraltd catalogue.  WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.. NEW HAVEN. CONN.  The rattlesnake, 'before he strikes, will  warn;' '    . !  The speed fiend hits you, first, then  blows his horn!   ,  - 'May I   ask. Mr.  Irving,  it  you I ^^ oUl eoat-tfiiegendo Blatter,  can;give me a photogrnphi*    It may I ^  assist     me     in     completing     tliesc '.  ���������ketches.'  " 'Certainly,' replied Irving, producing n couple of dozen photocrsoliH of  Worry poison* the mind jnst ��������������� uracil  as a deadly drug poisons tha body and  Joittaitirely. ���������    ?  Have yoa weak heart, dlixy feelings, .oppressed  bresthini sfter meals P Or do you experience psin  over the heart, shortness of breath on Join* up-stairs  ���������nd the msny distressing symptoms whioh Indicate  poor circulation and bsd blood? A heart tonic,  blood snd i-iody.builder that has stood the test of  over HU yeus* of oures is  Or. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery  The heart become regular ss clock-work. The red  blood corpusoles are increased in number���������snd the  nerves in turn are well ftd. The arteries ere filled  i!h Oft* r,?,������Mood. Thst Is why nervous debility,  Irritsbility, falntlntf spells, disappear and are overl  come by this alterative sxtrset of medicinal roots  put up hy Dr. fierce without the use of alcohol.   - . .^. ,    Ask   your neighbor.' Many hsve  basn eured of  ^^mlvIV^llJ^LlT'1^ reffC������,'3������a ������"J vJu������W*I*est to,.!������ i..������kU) lor  SSt?Ube^^^ lrT faveri.e)r'for run-down, snssmlo,  utui-toioouad people.    Stick to this safe and sane ramadv end r*fus* ������H ** !���������������,������  taj win do you hsl/ss much <ood ss Dr. Ploroe's Goldsa Medical Discovery.  Many Kinds of Knlvst. ,  An extraordinary tbtng ,about the  cutlery trade, is tho Variety-ot knives  mode. At the SuiTolk worts in' tibef-  tleld. for tristanco, tbey baVe 10.000 dlf.  ferent patterns on tbe books. They  make sometimes jj.ooo patterns to or������  dor at ona tlniei. * Tbo sdm* thing is  true ot the large cutlery, works at Bo*  llngon, in Germany* One tl runt has 9j000  pattern* tor Uermnuy, alone. New ones  aro constantly coming but. Tbe Bu't>  folic work* bo vr averaged ten new p&������  tetii'^'wftr^iBpr 'iW9i'0nt#,' Vhls.:W i'  tradW! tliat will not be sUihilnrdleed.  wbicb ts one reason why America boa  foiled hitherto ta oompete^-Oassler'a  llagajtlna.  ���������  .IIIIWlAniMUMH  The impertSnt Qusstlsn.  Tfaa new fireman waa telling hit wifa  about tha Ora. ���������    ,'  "It brOUe out st midnight tn tha Von  Blffera' house on tbo avenue," bo said,  "and inst sis ws got there Miss von  Differ camo stumbling out of tha  flames and smoke, carrying bor little  niece all wrapped op In hor arms. It  WaflMfM JftwKJsit net I w*r Mm."  th^'fjt^aai's  w|fe.~Clsvslaod Plain  DWiN|M,ivli-;(;;t        : '.* , ������������������ i  :.. i^^mmmmmmmmmmiimmmimim > .  ���������J;.'H'i>#jiW"������ toTunelt.      '  "John, thatmnn next door came over  bsro toaay(.sn.l offered to tuna Uttlo  Lu^tiH^r ������������������-.���������*���������������������������'.���������'  ���������'Opni^l SiA yon lot bim do Iti"  "Wo.- d#������v:    no wanted to tun* 11  , with an aal"���������I>altiuM*iv Suu.  Whet do we lira tor tftt ta oot ta  make Ufa isss dimetUt to each othsrl-  fleorte Elloc.  ECONOMY  IN FEEDING  Good pasture is sweet "and Fragrant.  These qualities are deficient in dry  foods, and thoy are essential to ensure thorough assimilation and prevent waste of food. Food not fully  assimilated sooner /or later .impairs  the health. During about itwenty.five  years Herbageum has, without failure,  efficiently tand economically replaced  those essential qualities, and its regular uhc with nil classes of animals is  advised. The cost per month for each  horse, cow; beeve^hog, or for about  twenty fowls is not over 15c, and for  'sheep and calves not over 5c per  month each. Tt is manufactured by  the Braver Manufacturing pomp'any,  Limited, of Gait, Ontario.     \ ,���������<.       t  atdh  "i  Eddy's "Royal George" ombine Safety. Surety and Silence  In Matches and ael. at about 1,000 for 10 cents. There'a  nothing "Just as good. .  impertinence with a single look  most women can do It.  Old Jpc Appleby had thp roputation  of boin������ tho "homeliqst man God evofc  - I havo groat admiration'for thc^wo- ,���������-   .;.;,"u-.y '"i'Z'ir' J^'l" "*'   .man. whoV repol inquiBltlvo������c8s 05 ������,^%0^i1^rfte^^?w������V* ���������teo������������OT  .MI iStsr'c^������i���������^, .til.n {.-cri^^-CpuV^a^vD.aLndruff  Pelow islandors grasp either tlio  'IVa'ricl '6r t\i<n 160X M tliovonq thoy wish  to salute and rub, their faces against  it'.':7  ..������������������������������������   :.:";. ���������������������������V-  'x   ������������������',������������������'���������������������������'������������������������������������ "���������,-.���������  '       ��������� 1 1       ;|-|       ' Urn ..'   ��������� ,'    I  ItWultUis '.vlh''H-^,s'p^������'iStljj'q'.~T/nllIce^^  \~3t Who wns "homelier" than he..  Anu     "Strnngor." quoth 3ot\ "I guess I've  got to kUl you.''       A       ' A : A  ; "Why aoP'' aBked the stranger.  ���������"Because I've always swore that if  I ovor soo ia homelier man than I wan,  I'd kill him on sight.  The 'Stranger ehlited his quid to tho*  other chock, and looked Joo ovor with  oth������r 1 putin aoh", ro'ti iilatorF.Pa'f msloo's" Vo (te  calculated  -  ,. owaon roKiuator, a'arm.. .  table l'llls'-ayre.' thff- r������Mtlt''ot.<lo.n  of vcpotttblH ' coroponnds  ifoto   '"'  stlihu  tho' fltomacblo  study   d    to  f-motions. and  a ^calculating eye.  , "Wiil, go ahoad," he drawled. "II  I'm,homelier than you bo, I want tb  maintain���������thonv,at,tho formal oqn<Hllon.  Years','-of ubo hitvs .'nrCvud thoir faultiest!  ftharactar and established thoir nxcollont  fflputstlon. And. this reputation thoy  havoi maintained tor- years, and vjltl con-  tinuvM.t<p malutulil, for thooi Dlllo.'murtt  alWMft,Mn.nd at'the hoad of Che list of  #MPWr������P������r*ttonB' V  : y\y,'"��������� ' ;  '������������������ * ;.'i r. )","���������������������������,���������r:,���������. -.'  "Sihall cars indlo'ato that a person is,  stingy. * Largo ones sho\V that ho .is  gcrierpiis. ';"'.������������������'���������  Minard's Llnlmant for sals svarywhsrs  ,-": ]^vcn If a mnn has good acnao, It  doesn't cut much of a figure In a lovo  bffo1r.< - ���������'-,'...������������������  , "What do you think of tho' coHec>  tib'ii'of inventions you soe at Washing*  ton?"  ������ "Dobs your wife always  Insist oii,  talking to you whon  you aro shav-j  .InaPV - ���������'���������y.^XX'"   '   ������������������������������������: ' ������������������-.���������������'  ������������������' vNot njways, ( Xou sco.A I somotlmes  aliaybVwhenVahb is awa*' from homo."  ,T No ohilijftsnUufd^he aliowod to snftsr an  hour 'from'worms* when prompt.relief oan  be fitot ilni.S. idmpls. but, stronp- rontody-~  Mother AOr^cs' worm Extormfnator.  This isn't had; it's from, a Gorman  funny paper.���������   v ,,.;   .,,,.,;,  "Miss Ella, was your bazaar a buc������  CCBSP"      '-        -������������������.���������������������������������������������     '' - *.������������������������������������:'    X     ���������   ���������������������������";  "Glorious!   All tbo m<m hnd to w%lk  homo!"  Kn,oldorly pcison Is a mighty poor  Jutlgb ot, ������* oirouB.  txsesas  ..|,i.' '!;���������"!  c: w  DIXIETOBACtQ  Specific Statement ,  ��������� "Wore you quarrelling *rith your  wifeP Whon 1 camo in I heard you  talking loud."  "No.   When we're quarrelling she's,,  the    ono    that      talks. "-^Cleveland  Loader1.' y,A.''*',;AA'y.'5'iy,.-vyVy,'yVyv;y,i',;,,  . Mi  yy  ���������x..u  y,\  ���������<t,  A quick and easy way to gather on  tho machine Is to simply looson tho  tension, lengthen tho stitch and run  a straight Beam aororiH tho goods; thon  druw up the straight thread until,the  dcnirod fullness is obtained.  Wc AmcHcans hnvo a way of.worryt  Ing a man Into his grave''hy abusing  him unfairly nnd then telling what ������  good mnn ho was.  Romans   made   glass  drinking glasses in 70.  bottles   and  It is  a fact boyond dispute that  one packet ot Wilson's Fly Pads/has  killed' a bushel of hbdao flios.* yThis  Is more'thaii cbitld possibly bo1 caught     ,  bri throe ,',���������;hundred l^eheetB y ol ;stloky; A. ]i>  popor,'AV'*.,A"'''->" xyx:- x:y:AAx,^y yx^x^,  AH DifUgglBts, Grooordi and JJen-  oral Storos,: seii.^WWspn's^ ,Fir, .Pads,  lie auro ,ybu got tho * genuine; Wilson ������.  ���������',,i';:j.'(./���������',,*:iiM^v<VAl,-iiii'.vi'1. t.".i������'.i >;X'.X',i..': i'^Ktryiy ���������' I'���������',, ������������������m.  horo that a:'statute, ,mflp ,lBA5,a80Aifeot;.,;.,  and a riftUtloal; rhllb 0^060 foot.^ Now. '  why are thoy,dlttoront,,John?      .  jHub--Why������or.ybuA ;linbw.**lny  doar������.  that;things svfoll whor^irt ^^o^water.,  p-BoBtoh tCrauBqript^- ^i*i-^'.-'-Vy '���������'. >$\  Wash   yout  lidntts  tfrit;li  ���������and mftor itrflfc*  inp;. ItclcanBea  them thoroughly  and. tfiraovea all  odors. :.v.A;Use 'Haa  on the co\v>  '%tAi������X'vr:hetkl'..  nec'bs*ary.'^.''���������;l',''',;'^;,���������'  SS9  >*���������<  W. N. U��������� No. Ml.  IS  /  A  \ !>���������������������*< \>  '?m  Hn  !,.V;������j-V ^m^^mM,  WM^vmB  ^S&mB  m&m  ���������''.. \i) r'���������"���������,'-���������>"'', '.'..V" ".'.'''"'i'.'.^iSi ���������!���������''���������''���������'. *.-:~.V' '*'-'<'.���������.���������-A 1'*ii',.V-\'J 1 '"���������'���������'(���������-. -*y >��������� ���������'���������"-*,'*��������� ,'"������������������������������������' ivy.,'i'r,/,V,-*i '<���������(' '* ���������.;'���������/ '' 1*-.'S*.-1'-''-i '���������'.:*��������� -'.-.-'*:".;. 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(  -Vl --t-tY^ ^-''ft'-i-i-,* v-.*.v������;t,'tVil.,,:i'H.rr ���������ivv..,yj;t���������1'|ii-.--.ir^ .-... j^v-ksw .Oil-./,,S*jf-..������������������(.-"���������f-v.iJ'- X' V.','.: ���������;'   ^;r--VJ--r������'.-*i^;/.',i-. vi(������������������ ������������������(���������.:;���������*:'.;;.������.! i������{?"-','*j'.i>.'< J *.'������.������.-'-ii i i, *- ���������'",, \Vi;,  >//j ���������"'--.���������. i:>v.-i.i'. ��������� .'i*J;.;- V *>=������ .-���������' 'i.'iJ v.- vrVt3 /.:t'.M lVfIO-/r't(.V^tt7*Jfrlria*W  REVIEW  ,;yS������f&^-?������y������;'  #g;P#  fMi^^MbM^^lSS'  yy :Xy X^y^lSfMMJ  mAmym^xxy:  : against sym^  :'::V*'It$S|]ft^  :''V*wi-*V;are^t*rtaV.l->y&to^  ^immsm  A^Vvlpj^ectbus ��������� A iitt^������:inpt^  >;i^|^^ent^'arid A not'vcratrimingvA^s;*^t^^*ln^,'  !edu^ttbh.4:yyyyA;^  m������:  mm  'v^-sadeApfSti^  ,7;yl2i2AVVi8 y;too.vAfa*^U^  ^.readei^^  |*|-VJhAthe'ian^  V incpntrpvertUrto Aft A  ���������has grown V:uP;,.AVAV?v  SgSjfromfb^  AyVn^yVJicr'ps^^^  i*4i-VaSATei^  ��������� ������&ttie}^oUV&^  Ijlf int^siavery-to';;^  yFriJm'Jvpiui^  ,y AwIsa-'Crea-^^^ ^ld;-:,fpr^hjyiio:^h^^efl:ect  X ������������������': this^JJO^tokif;^  Vv'- sp������kie^arex^ribt^  xA*e&ybZiCT&ti6i&^  ^:V������ulir-afo?:irain3n1t^  ;rV';whl6h^|*ey,hS^  AVW grkne^VV'  AVnot-.'  Ay will;.  -��������� ��������� ������������������'���������the ox accustomed Ato the yoke A before X'y AjKachy  v.yVVheAjgsiiM^^^  VyAcpliydpesAinpt'^ "''''-" "';  yyijbitrammeSedA;f rcedom ot vthe padlock;  y^r-Jt<5S^&n^;-he������^  %;y������V^stSn'ey^^  sit-v&phtrqll^  ^A^ralned.-v6pei������t^^^f ;;nitural Al&^yiriitoy '���������  ''^'-Apiract'tei^  A^vAhyVpartht'sArioo^AOTV  y ::yiABy:V0y0:^^^riB.- AfegknpwfedBeV''"'  $;':,;? '^lacqiiU*edV*'^i:Bn������5;b.0b^s. v, artdAJprepeptprS; X X  yA vselfrconciel^grp^wsjyapace;> ;From;-the  ; j-;'y Vcjf'^'^ '^ty&ty.  ���������:J^V;perHona?e;i'in|ii^^ _ _  ^l4-������h'e^:^^  ���������AA:VVwhlch'VstandAwith;{the:'>np^nAl^y^  v^s'vthe^:��������� vtoga::'':''-vlrnisr*^":of yth^sRoHis!a ��������� -v���������-,-tlme*there/were''.blossoms,xampnB?yfull-,-y-yai,fe.>.Sfe'^  'rXXy. 'XX'Xy'.'XJ1' y. yXX      :'y>iX ' Vi't V A '.Tiir^rATh.11 lnrrt-'-'''1;'''yv'--''f';AiV'';:AA.;A!"1  .-.- -,*.���������������������������,������������������������.. ���������-���������.,,���������.-���������.-^: ..r;,-^..���������.!,.-.-.^.. ���������..���������,������������������,.������������������.. SA:^A:J:'Weh?:'VAin.qulredV;tli^A;N^  ?.v?A:.V^reathle'ssiy.'.v>'-':What,.i''W^  fir.^'.'-yeryT'.ver^-VinbWe^  y':::-Virig:a:allAs-manrier.yorv;:orIentalyV-vnlants^y.;y;A^%^^  ������^;Aacarithus,:-vvasphPdei;"-'bfv;lotus!S'Ors^er���������^^-vyt;^  *.;>aH  prune most.i  vines."  ���������''vuyy  S^'���������������#',-.. Sff-  yyfcb  Huiibaptlzeca; irifaiits;:; iitlrider thatSipatrl-  yvia'rchal-dispensation;^^  [iy?;heia^Sfdry-certSlnV.that"V:th%y-''iwere'.iwlsier;yA  ������W;than^theirsPitsprlng;C;that i^uhgy riilndsv-v  His*iand ? .huddihgyprinclples ;'���������: heeded i-;-vt6 :���������:.���������; bey  ^|tra!ned;'Jn^ord8'r/-to.igrow-V'-lfitd'A'thsVTlght"'''-.  |u,;..>.sha.pesahdr:: coxnelihess; vvthat vvrestrialntv  KS'AKuldahce ahd^y if���������; need; vcbercibh -foenitered V  |y;tinto vthe ^worltlrigs* of Ihegospel ofilPve  ;  IgS'as; truly.vas'i tenderness;-.and petting.'rFillatv;  l jj.freverenceiwas more vth  S^diertce Jwasfiacciouhtedyth^^firsty-:andy  !5feVheavfinrorpalned-^law^.inythe;homeA"y^.t'^iyf^  l^^;Vt"grantSatfttheVoutSiet^hatUhere^w  ^.Occa'Sloiri'al^tiiuseS^-'o'f^thieiv^to  ifti^gati^vin'vthatvfaj-Tbacfc^  i^M'vt'htni^a'^ehlldfjiwaa&rnnnlsttea^^^^  ^vhedienceEvyhfeh^ia-feri^r^^asvAsh-ee  ^Fd^^a?ia^t^6yln V|^opdTman>|^p5y-  l,    times he deserved the rod and" did not  B  '^whejrtyhevywaa'Vaf miahwgi'owri;^'^:;I,'S;ha,ve^ ..-  pJfhe^d^himy^ythat^ytoferBut^thesevwereKv  ^,^?excepMons;,t(>sthe>-general ^ruleiof frights  I   V understanding between parent and child  i������\Hwh*ri^the5iatter-arrivedfatyyealrs; of?dis-:l; V  l^cf$tton&&2-&'>?.<--&&^  pyAvOthier times; other manners;jvThe hero y  ?|*;������.o'C>;'the; tiwen tiethAcehtury^crusade; against y ;���������  li?i?what;th^teacher8 ofsthevrevlsed versloh;,-'  I' of. family life condemn as wrongs, out-  fc;.:V! raging tlie' finer, sensibilities.;'of-> childly  r\AVVnajture^'P,Hers Aa' striking illustrationxot ;y  -V;;a-:'proV^i*b with 'a--new1 meaning:; f"rTh*>5"Vy  Sibby ia father: Oifr theyman."; "WithV what yX.  tv^'.steadlneBB;''of---tiralh.^the';utter.'vreverisa'lJ'6f^  n'y-?relafive< poaltloha^has* :left;yitiPyiivlv hhveAXy  ^:VBtudledA;the-!;nevi^rfRy8teni.yand-;::aB-;vdls--:i;.^  UfsvpaaslbtiatelyA Vaa''-:;;pained 5 aniiazement-.:.:  $yvrouia::aKo\ry,Lyxyyyyyxyyx-yyx:,,xx-:,  '���������'���������-'. SAceordlrig to '.constitution-and bylaws v:.  iv f.'iit'?:the;v^pclety;; .foiy the'; protection ;of y  ���������? *;Achildren :agalnBt.i'parehtsi'''teachera and  ��������� ���������  A A -lithere In! authority;: every vlrainortal tbe-  ly trig :haa'���������' the  Inalienable ;right ,'to  form v  V'the*: Immature   creature^s,whpv?)-has-'Viustcy; y  Xy begun the coursei?^yI ani not���������; flt^to bring; *.  y -up r. a.'.: child vlt,. I vam ^not! .wisepj than?; he;; >s:  ;ywhlleVhe;'Js" stni,;in:-his-^bhage^^y^:iV";; v.;;',!;:  vyv-y Todftariaul 'khow^life^PrtiWhatSitSis^-'''.'"���������;���������':  y a battlefield  from -dawn :.to'darKf������frpns  ^ystartVto^nishi-'Aln-ywhat������ai^wevs\^isery>2^  X vthan  the ��������� fathers;;-land Iriibthers-lVofi the V: v  fi; ihartyred  children- ;Pf ;StHei:;*AtKirteentH'^?:  AAVpehtury: crusade'.*ifi,we 'allow) W  ^jreQ^Its^IghbrantTjOf^t&eVfirstt'prmcip^  ���������'Kdf^warfare. to;go>intdSitva:tStheiiv;owiiV i  il charges?; .Seven; centuries;vagoj*ithe; mis-s���������'<���������  ���������v^taken parentsvof the^fahaticarbaihd had v  i;';yy?y'the^excuse;vb*-ysuperatUi6us^>beliefft:tha;t  ^^^SVjS-thew'god ^of sbattles:; ���������wduld>Aintepppse X'  wr CAi^rputV the, infidel vat *the;valpptbaPh,"*-*,  ^^,:.yr;t;,^Jri-..':  they utter strangers to:hec?r  ���������yy?Oii-X-the   contrary''���������slowl;  ypressfv'rty~f'theresvwerei?ragi  '"��������� ileyXyJ^iab's  qoarterv andyotbeiv;-.ofeour,  ; nitMrt vwlgapSwee*ds.yySh^?aiecPOnt'Cd *''"*  '^e^ed^^vnrxyy^WMm  ;r-otbep;--n*-.<':'-nn**-''-.;Mf'r.;^-'*=!-'<st**!s"  ?a'C"cPP  JthemVAhy ; supposJngitbat^VthVet:  sermRv^natln^lhAithfejaltivhaJav  irtVf take-vcare*dfcythemselves;; a mystery;  Kyy incohsistent^a.Theamystery^ae:epiens;  th&;ihcbosi8tencyA;becomes aSinonstr  Wrh^te '.^ -.K^  ���������  iimtm.l*,%'a\   .-.' he.4-.������toAT :U t������n.^lf.  Vb^rated;Aby^di'fferentSrJEi<^.?y'^Itness^^  %^."ij5'i.!;ils.<>^the-.preference'rglv^^  '���������-  ;'--.'.-V-'->nlA,.M':'.-^,**tlflrtiU������TM -������������������-'.-i'.y:^  rt;f:-VA-':.:'<HVs'^!S^lfrCohirpl'';'Adoebr;'li^iS^  i^:--VyyA^������g^t;.|n^uthVihyAh^rii^  :-���������������������������������������������������������������!?���������������.������������������:'.������������������ - '.'������������������ '������������������r'mQahedyythe'''most vunhaDnvKof ?;EneH������h r ;���������w^'v^tjii^avi, uioym.raii-'ini-Hi'A/yntnvria.nh^'-y.E^^ss*..**���������.:wy;&.v4������ti&'.&Miy^:$0g&yi  ;V ^B^^parb^'s:;^6bkv  hing: opposed tpjhis/?uritrrthij  rtclln&tlon;X-AXXC- -^- ^������"������-'  .y-^^e^l^n^f^rami^  :-:X.'.'Orl.I..vthe:good Impulses and..;vnorthy>de-    -Afhere ;aresriP.:commands. ���������  SV V������ y^^Aln; herAohhdy-TheA'Hr^^u^^  ),!AXX,y and, precept vupon^precept>arejaAtedlousAvV>suaBlPn^ls*theji<>ne .andA^  Vv: y tasHryliycannotylnterpiret-uppn any;Ojtheir?;"''Vfe^  |y'A^Vhypoth^s ^the>;negllgenCe vw  vVVyAvme^ce;^^ future^genew^  yi^fe������.Pone,d'ieWId.'.;^  ���������y.y.-yy-yrhexcommon phrase Is;.darkly slgnin-y-ythe- new^aehoolvmake; miichv of ���������-,the,  '>v if-a^ant^CTheiphndAwhpsgrpwsvi^pBlke^ay itisi they5explain;.  ������������������".: ;l'v;ri'yrtioral'-'weed7 le'i spoiled for!'himself;; and   i^ yeducere ���������"toliardw  out,"  arid-��������� this)  yy, V  xtoTXhia, fellqws^fe^heAstockjimayyjbeiso/^^wlth^tHumphahtyem^  -.,;.,gopdvf;that: Inherent; strength^m^  y-    A ,t|me,?^oye^pme   the :?warp vO^,jeM^  - neglect.;- ; :The    chafncesy ;arevtflrrlblyyi������8,td;brihffout''what is already In the  ������������������ "-��������� '"' ���������.......���������    ..  .......   - ,.  ....._.,. ..������������������^-���������1,,;(,^..v^;^s.,^y;'r;;y,)".5^;;..y-.jy*'.,y;..K(.Wi.yv,y.-;:,y;;.!yi;;,  11  pv  a xyiytyxxyxtfyyyy x <x  "SII'IM^li^liSsfi^1   :<WMMw*y&'yrXyy0y  yy:mWM0^WMB  AWX'-yfr&&'-m  BWfb'Si.Wl  i'J*'AKAA-y,'l!^|  i  lltt'vV  Jv'B,'  i  iiJB0^U8E\X6i:'Xthe: '.'-sno'pmoue'  '������   ,viiumC*er of, Mitera; aent yto  y'XXy tn������: Upchtmoe. J must Xaak,  ^Ittrlttttdrs to,,Ibiiit thtir ootn-  munioatioHa'to.lOOtuonla, except  in-'caaett of .formulna, or rqcipea'  ���������whioh ������������������ requir0y greater apaoe,yy Jy  want: all .mi/1 correspondent a, to  have ,a ahoioinp in  thai Corner*.-.,.  ond if mv reQueat in: thia'reaped .,-  ia OompliedAoith, itxwlH l������ poBaOy v  'blS'irOvprbt-t wotitA: mora 'Mtera.y  .Attention ia called toythaJaot.y,  that -.XaHoiv, ttarlan&ymnnot'roy  eeive monev for pattertta, aa ahe  ;  Han 110 ooutiooKoH with anv d*' X  pqrttnont that aellt them. X'.y>   ',  may be worked  Of course, It may be  shaiied i like, any, other buftei-.  : The towell-jR was saturated with- whey, "  It certainly mats ciiurnlnj-*!   I know noth-  ������������������---- ��������������������������� ~ n-only    ""���������  Ing, or It from exiierlcnce: f am-;  tellinn  fc,'.l'::,  ]y.:x/i^^^rtt:::N0(^y  iWnirniAto sMt you for the address of  :,VM, b, i/'-XOollstln, Tenn.)i     ,,, ,,*   ,^ ;',*  HsvitiR been an Invalid for years, with I,  wish jtrstl.fjed^ --    "  ������������������, snrt ��������� t sha1.  ,   i have accumulated a  Urt|������ly pr���������llKht flctlon of the popular/  anil 1 shai; bs nlaiV to sona a box ot  .Tars* wl?fty*o* ;.llpT������V Tflc'tfdn 5f "the'po'pular/  .-,p .���������   .-   - ��������� -.-    ,..,������ii ivuvoi   ti um, win;   ������viu*i|  you what I,saw.  I hope it may be of serv  Ioe to some one,   -      ;���������     /    -y  ; Mrs,. A. V. F.; (Louisville. Ky.). ��������� V,  t  trust I,ihave deciphered  your',chl-,  -rogrophy   correctly In   describing ��������� the *  process of bringing butter out of cream  .'without tho drudgery   of   dasher,  and ,  churn.  .Your handwriting la unmlstak-  : ably, that or ,an educated vwoman, but  : rathor. peculiar,:1 and l-'do -not. like, to.:,  ���������'��������������������������� gueua ist a word In,,making:out reclposy.  and  setting 'down  directions, for -per-;'  , forming Vany.domostlo-task;,,, If .I have:  errod In what I report ot.tho.marvclouB  ;uten8<l and tho tuno that'*elapsed between tho ahuttlng down of 'the top and  the removal ot tho yollowyawoot* but-  i tor, please l������t us know*; We havo waited  'too long'and anxiously for the: story: to;  bo resigned to inaccuracies now.v'..    _  ���������":���������  in oaso you Bhould bo importuned^ to  supply further particulars,, may I pass  ;.jalong your address?,,,!,;;  Wo huvo live orsiMupp.iwUtious Uko-  tits'abwve, .Will ."M. 1#. J/' favor us  with her exact addrossV -Tlioio, is an  evldontfjlaw, in thatvrooonied;ln;our  index.  Yet It was ouvefully copied from  "^pp^ilbofbi souis iwno have! wrui-'���������  ten to us rsspeotlna the wants of the  "nhUt-lns," t 'would s ������y that not ono  otr thair; offers has boon rjiald .on the  taWsvyAs soon ns we rsce.ve the cpv-  etsa nddfoss enoh ono of her mlnlstsr*.  in* friends. Will be answered, yweror  urret ths delay, more" than they can.  GMrnlesiButter  egg.\V'-'i.'VVheh Vybii are ready to put:up  A theVplck|es;V examine tlieni ^carefully-'to  'Abe/Bii're all 'are sound.  ' If,; one be soft,  itlifow'.*,It, bway.: ,Turri< oft, th������������; wateiv ra- '  turn: tho 'plcklea to the Jar and cover  A with; vcold, ������������������:'���������;fresh".-, water.; A.ChangC .this,  forvfresli .next day   and leave them Irt;  /this  for   another    twenty-four,  hours. ���������  Now7 lino a preserve kettle with grape-,,  v vino leaves .and pack v In. the pickles,,  airewlng, powdered  alum  botweon  tho  v3ftota.,,:A.;bjtiOfv ftlum,, asv large ;,asws,  ���������walnut will do for a two-gallon kettle-  V ful.    PI|r with oold water, cover with  xgreon.'vlne'v,leaves -three;4eop(x<cover,  with' a; olosely  utttrtg Tlld -,' andyBteam  ;.ovor a voryv slow  flre -for.; six, houis,*  v never allowing tho water ito bolU * Thef  plcklea aho'ildT then be of a- fine groon.  A* Bomovo the leaves and lay the;pickles,,.-���������-.  V In  lce-oold.,water.'    Leavov  them .to,  A VOhlll" .whllo, you prepare the, vinegar.; ;*  ',-", A Allow to a gallon of uesi cldor' vino^.i ,  gar throo doson wholo tolacU.peppcra, as  many,  whole. clov.es,. 18���������..whols,.a)lw|ce.;  ,-.' una-d'iloaon blftttCs of nitfco.   8������r into  ., the splcod vinegar a cupful of sugar and;  " boll flvo mlriulos,  covered,-to keep In  ;-,'; the  strength,     . Drain   ahd   wipe, tho  '. plokloB! pack- in:a utone crook and hour  ,, the scaldlnB. vinegar ovor 1tliem..iCovor  t; tightly.    Two ,days,  later, , acald   tho  ,'tsjSosd vivhv'gar / agolri^ ivand'Vcovor .the  RtfeklesJwlth It.'. put on; the close.';i.iia-  ���������tnnd; leave for three days.) Repeat tlieu,''  v^-nno'-a'^cilt intor.v;1-   ;���������.."���������.���������'��������� ���������  . <���������'���������������������������'iv   -i,  J level kitchen spoonful of salt and 1 heap.  ina .lannnnflll. .nf 'alinnt*     : Mnah'. th'.   -nntfltjm  n Jtoort sponBev, w   y Cover and aot In a worm .  in* the morning add, enouff]       .   .   ...  apongefor a stilt-dnush and knead weir (or  half an  hour,������������������������������������, Put buck  Irtto the mlxlngr  bowl, which sliould boygreaied, cover and  set   In   a   wurni - place   until   Jlerht.   ..This  place dvorhlgluit-;yyXXX'X'yX'y:$fysW'x"tyyX,:yXX:XX,\,  f\&%ArJ?H &2:A   ���������:��������������������������� XWra,.--Im' jO.- .-Mccr./f.,'��������� oSkti..for-, a   raisin  I'ihlnk/thls.maVAsjiilthsriA. M  cleaned; vsi������ln������, v;cup * ct  'X���������$<:XX^  ���������  .'   >~i ���������'���������������������������������������������.-'���������'.���������������������������.' ."'-,' ������������������'������������������������������������ ���������fi:'\<i-V.fi- ��������� jvJ'A"* ������������������-Ji 'v-������' " '*���������*,'.-:���������)))��������� ,H. '���������iv-i-'-V'V-/''.'"!  , In, itenponse; to .u\i-eijii*fii;.for- Ois vOerman v;*l&,;M;,^A.'V,^7-',tl  asnoolnliyr  fn roturn I������e*ni1a jfags: anssl"' *oo������J' caHo..^  " Two-Ugp.'iftvnjfcl-i "Food 'Cft^o    .;'  Aons.cup ot'���������','graijulau'd!L*ws;������r.':''i*''eupVi\of'  flour. 1 nip <if soulil������il milk, 8 teaspoonfulu  flwklf"------   -    ���������    ' ���������  v-f Fit<a tight (id upon the Jar; tie waxed  ������������������*���������'-"-  this, and sotvawavAln ���������������pqpl  In two months, they : will * b������  clotlvi over i this, and sot v awa;  ������ry,;plneo.A ~   '~  11 have.  M  aoenj  srstfqti of Twomen's .Clubs in ���������iny pltr^  iitemll tor msKISS churn less butfsr.  Wive, published po many IstFsrs oonts  .-Bvsry ,  ���������1h������'  of  u  quierles , conoernfnir   the   proceM   that  nay IJUs to hasr what on* ot the mac   W I saw was v^ryjilmple-ja square.  Heavy tin pan that looks Ilk* a cheap cake  tin. but fttrsar. and |i������rhapaufour incha������ or  mora deeper., v 'Mad?, to nt this .Is a pad .of  whit* "  ���������war  may like to hasr what ona ot the machines  .-Tha one I  if.'IIS-B  but Iter  ������' tarklshv towalliur '(7ust "Win" luritUh  towel n*>, which Ilia, in tha. bottom.  -^.. 'Uirrls A.shaet ot what looks to ba  ���������Implaiiaayyyblotting paper, i here aro  clamps itt, fasten tliesa in seturelv.  I A\������. tha quart or sweet - cream  W? thia nan on top of tr    -  *nsn ������ Uaiit lid was put  ta)������>s  r*[rl������*rator, and.,t..     ..... .  IRfnutes thie"sliest of yelow, s.waet. better  * JMd- * naka, In a moderate oveny .either ������������J S 'pa*  Oity  a. .or  In  two' .la-vars,-", l/n>-.whatever froitlns  ' .You A you fan9Vr Jt Isvary pvti.: ������������������������������������ *.. ,   y ,.   ,  alnlns ..     Mrs ���������*������,^MWi1 JOntnMo. Cal.).  *i!L0Jl is this, the Vhclpo you wahtr ,   A,'-,  Old  a.^antt,  etc. for this purpose.  PacKA.Ina ntpn* '  Virginia., iPJcW**  isU<rouoiimbers,' $  gherkin*,  ohooae   smsll'  lar ialt^bst^n ^3^^  pourad  of thV blotj ins-paper.  ;.n������%..it������hwaV |W:  ���������'������������������ TlilalB tho gon-ilno old Virginia way of  putting, up. gFssh plcklea. It - ydti would  have mixed ploicls*, add sprays of -eauilr  flower,' button onions, string {beans (aft*  i������r stringing them)   and  nny thing els������  '��������� your1 frtnov,������ugge������t*. ��������� ��������� ���������������������������>.������������������ ���������yy:,.���������  i Tho justly;��������� esiebrated pin:-,money  pickles <thariA;Whlch there nre tin finer  mads nnd sold) srs;nut up 1i1 thli way.  They lirive brought fortune and reputation to tho housewife who thus Improved herons tslent. '    ' ' ' '���������'.���������'     "  As to fillings for .sandwiches, their  name Is lfglon. I hope, you( now th*  rrclpwi f������r n, rew of ih'M, piiWIshod  In the,tslu upon the Glorious Fourth.  now. .Tho member who favors us with  ;it.'a^as|r.vVy,.v:.i:;;y.-V.:;f v,;' ,-,<    -' ' '���������''.'������������������'���������;���������'.   "���������  .UVv"C.'Ai M.V should try tlile, will aha  ������������nch;eouniir ..am^������^������������^ " V  ,;������een fey, noticfitK^the, graduates.  ThirAiy-Hd^Wnj^  io  ton  rs1 tlHfllily.v alt      ,  write!'to ���������tiSngaln''1artd".'explain  th*ne  points?,.;(y^^y;:Z^':XylXyX<Xi A 'U%  J can Bhaka^hfnda>:*ylth;^'fl..''��������������� 'Pa'k.  the'bWrievfor/a^dnW  tho bottom eVefy^othar.dsy..The brine  Mnum������"Aft ona*w{aiTe5i it saifia.viV     Should bs B^roiur, soppfh to bear up on  ' Fine-Grained* Bread  tteiHl la a. raclp* for' flnaigtrsisfld bread,  niemhrr haa askrd-how to make It. ,.  . AbbuiS o'clock^in tha .avenlngoiit half a  *ake, of yea it foam to soak In half s tea*  cupful pf cold.water, At 8 o'clock put Into  ���������ynur mlaln<r bbwl I; mraluwilsad ������otatoes  ���������m%M&  ''1VV I'-.���������'*,  ���������MUiwMBaBHBB^BBBBj'  i'v,iyj:,<y,-X  SSBBSBSBSBBMaSS^liBBlBSBi  sllillsastsiMlslisassisasissJ;'' "'  '������������������f'f'M.  ,.' ' .������-IA>;in:-'i>,'l '',''.,'���������'���������*'���������*'  ���������^J^U. JJJ-.. u.'(,.,��������� A .ik.������  iiWM  ��������� '���������������������������'. ������������������'.���������'���������;���������. ,<*y- ���������ytAyy.'.i--':.. ������������������������������������ ���������'���������  X , .<������������������: ;.:, '   ���������:.,.���������'.,  ��������� ���������*.. -.- ���������*,.,', ������������������",,!,*  ���������:.-:,   vv;,", ;*'-������������������ ���������.��������� ������������������,-^'���������.-. ������������������  . ������������������\r< '���������x--J ���������:?',: ���������*������������������. ���������-.yAS'xf'-^y1"',' '���������'���������'' ���������.���������"���������;��������� "X l;;'i^ *;,.������ '���������<. > i* ���������', V -.���������',- ���������";-, y;,|i, *���������'.,' >" v.. vyy .,y;, y .��������� '���������������������������������������������Xy \  mm  ;,'v,:'iV,>v*1'r^Vi.viiii';,','liVwf'tte. *  l-S  Oft  li'-w!  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Life -and Accident Insusance  "f'l'Bc kcvibW has the best Staff, best Plant and  J    . . '  V    'xyx   y] >"     , Ai y:  In t&is Corner of the World to execute Orders for  ^VIV.  RfflAL ESTATE, Eto.  I  w T  1  f  TRAIL  B.a  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B.O.  XiANB  SORVBYOB ANI>   ABOETTEO*  Plans and Specifications  CRESTON -  ��������� j3.C>*  ��������� *+++*^*0+^0*^^^*>  J,  D. ANDERSON  Be-maa  Columbia  I*ahd   SirnvsyoB  TRAIL -  bx;  OKELL, YOUNG & CO.  4.  jOtS   rrwiN i nNvj  The Riverside Nurseries.  "���������^i.***  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������BC*  ��������� LOCAL AND PERSONAL.     ���������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  * 2Jkq Board of Trade will meet is  Sneers Hall on Tuesday evening next  the 10th inst.  Another.fcwo story blook is now heing  erected by Frank Jackson. Geo. Hendren is the contractor.   In erecting this  Beal Estate and Insurance.  BOUSES TO BENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  GUY   LOWENBERG  /OKSUl  Mm\m\mmm^*3r JUS A*B ������J*������**<  CRESTON  B.C.  DENTISTRY  ,     H. E. HALL D. D. S,  Office   over  Frank Parks Hardware  Store���������Baker Street.  CRANBROOK, '-      B. C,  ,rf-  *.,  - H  ;���������<  '*f -  ���������   t.  ������  K  n-  ol  *#,  V'  "J  1  >  vl  t  1  -1  :-!  CRESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  fruit Lands, Town Property and Insur-  B.C  CRESTON  two story building Mr, Jackson is very  wisely looking forward to good times  for Oreston and a great volume of business on Wilson Avenue. The first floor  of tbis new block will have stores to  rent while the upper floor will likely be  set apart in rooms for offloes.  S. A, Speers *weafc to Nelson today  and will return Sunday.  B. R, Xbsly government veterinary  inspector who was here recently inspected the Bow herd of dairy cows and  pronounced this herd in. good condition.  The anniversary Fowl sapper of the  Methodist church will be held on Tuesday the 17th inst in the Mercantile Hall j  Boring the evening The Revd. Dr.  Shy will deliver a lecture oa Japan.  } There will be an admission fee ot 50 cts.  Geo. Johnson Manager for P. Burns  and oompany will in a fair day* move  into his new residence on Victoria Ave.*  vrhich he purchased from Geo. Monroe.  We are glad to"report that fife. J.  Oherrington has abont recovered from  bis recent illness and will soon be about  again.  I We regret to announce that W. A. He  Sean, haa seen quite ill the past few  days sod confined to his home. "We  nope to see him. around^again in a few  days.  Miss Lamont sister of R. Lamont  arrived l^ere a few dayB ago from New  York to, pay a .visit to her brother,  D, S. Timmons was among the Ores-  ton Frnit Growers to take in the Spa-  bane Fair.   He left Monday last.      y  r  John T. Black, Chief Provincial Oonstablo at Nelson paid CreBton an official  -visi*4ast- Monday. ���������   Scobell'* Liquor, Tobacco  and Drisa: Cure J?,TO.'  Parmaaastly dla  iels tha aeed for  iiiwiiwi. .-���������-.- ~~ *.-,*������*.   ������t $0^St������#%5t������ tfea  effests almost lnstsatirriawovM.ell cra-ringa  After tsklM tha traatsiaat there will astar be anv  aeedtq SifilcUtoxlcantejajr^t** dtyaaagsta. Can  "���������fttsa ssostlv. ^We'hftsa ?������.������?���������&������? ts! c������s  "Comprising t20'Acres C &     Z'{        ,'^RANDFORKS, B, &  We learn that the%uscrupnlous agent of and irresponsible nursery cornpariy  has circulated the report thiough the:Kootenays  that  his^firia supplied .ub  with a lsu-ge number of fruit trees last year.   We wish to say that there ib  absolutely'no truth in his Statement aud we Btrictly guarantee to- those plao-  ������  ing orders with us for nursery stock that they wwill receive none but fruity  trees grown at our own nurseries at Grand Forks, B. u.  anyone  s giuwu ������u uu* wyyju uuiisuiJiie m> vji.ui.iu- JVULii.t)i   o. vy. t -,'!-, 1       li  All our fruit ,trees'iU:Vrbf pur pwn growing and we offer $500v������eward tor  ono who cab prove to the'contrary.       Sept. 6. 1911. - ' .  ���������js���������.. ��������� ' ".       * "��������� '      *"'��������������������������� ",-=-;-,' ,.- :--.-       ,.:.'���������   ,      "--y .,:,,: ��������� ..���������.. ,^t,fssBZ.     j  For Catalogue ahd Price liBt, write to-^ "        .     ,- < y-   ,     y-  WALTER V, JACKSON, Agent. Creston,,B. '&'  ^  5:  li  ���������'J  >*<���������  '0  ty  11 i  r  iu-  \  5  /  V  $  I  V    *  ���������*; ^  >  i  I J. Johnson of Wynndel accompanied  by hia son William retorned home on  Snnday last from several weeks visit to  Calgary. He says the growth of that  city is phenomenal aad the location of  the Big Gar Shops there will add greatly  tv> land values in the East end.  ttxrvuKi. ���������  MrtKFiMRMOHey  WOHKTOO.^  l^jSpumriftVMiftMVin^  WITH US THEV wnitMllfl/  -i������INTCTO5TWHICif,  wiiatPfTri(mTHLyjl  /ffK?M0nni3RCTURrt>  Olil CMRRY IT./. '  itWOIUTKNId/15/  <m THORDUGHI^  SflTI5PIED������  WITH THE VtrtVirri  oux tusiness es  TIMMMCTEP^ ftUSWttS)  ftwaiesTirrrBfiRim  1  K  i PITE TWM  fimnGMu business m  1WWGC5 TO KOH ftfrefi,  USrITTEHOTOm  *rofcpL,Brt3c*you..r  ������11 fittniui *StWwC,  BKsMB������p������MSsaMslSBlBj^^  fl  J  * I'.',  Calgary has won ont against Medicine  Hat is getting the Big C. P. B. Oar  8hops which will be located in Sonth  East Oalgary wapd in consequence pkh,i  perty in the East end is booming.  The new cable has arrived for the  Perry across the Kootenay river.  Amoung thoee local enterprising frnit  growers who have this week contributed  samples to the Board of* Trade frnit  cabinets on tbo Station platform tao F.  G. Little with immense apples known  as "Three year old Dwarfs", while  Stooks and Jackson have Bome fine specimens of "Wealthy-' as well bb tho  "King of Tompkins" apples. Alex Dnperry has delloious Bartlette pears while  James Compton has apples known os  the "Star". J. A. Lidgate has mammoth potatoes, whilo W. S. Watson has  "Alexander" and Russian Transparent  apples: It is hoped that the varlonB  frnit growers will oontinno the good  work of keeping tho oablnets woll oup-  plied with samples of fruits as no more  direct way of advertising tho distriot oan  bo done than by showing the pnblio in  this wanner what olass of fruit Is pro;  dnoed .lh the Oreston distriot. ''������������������  O. J. Wigin of Wynndel was a -visitor  m town last Thursday. Mr. Wigln Is  pntttinghls ranoh under a high state of  cultivation this fall. The land that this  year' was planted in clover will ho  ploughed np this foil woA planted in fall  wheat, preparatory to rooolvlng a heavy  orop of etv&wboiries next heason.  Born���������At Wynndol On the 6th inst to  Mr. and Mrs. iJunl Hagen a son.  J. J, Grady thb last tovr days purchased of T. Gill of Dock Creole a 70  oorb plot of orohard land at Duok Crook.  It is dearibed aa ohoioe land nnd auitable  for subdividing.  M. Wigen of Wynndel recently shipped  two oars of Potatoes to Alberta Mnrkoti  Next Wednesday, Oot. 1 ltb, tho W.  O. T. U. will most at the home of  Mrs, S. A. OpMtn. Aa arrangemants will  shorUybemadetoholda Medal Moon  tionary Oontsst, Would be compstitors  are requested to leave thair naimee with  Mils ifilwitnitmltli before that data.  11 M ������������������   ^^^^^^*^^>SBs^^w*^^^**ssai^eBB^   ^^^^���������'���������ww^p  i^wufwpw   ^^^^^w^w  . P. B. Fowler, Manager of the Onna������  dian Bank of Commerce is taking a woll  earned three weeks vacation. He was  relieved at the Bank on Wednesday last  by Mr. C. G. Bennett formerly of the  Bank of Commerco Staff at Cranbrook  who will be acting Manager ot the Creston Bonk daring the vacation of Manager Fowler,  E. H. Kemp arrived from North Portal Saskatchewan this week. Mr. Kemp  has been a member of the Boya! North  West Mounted Police and has purchased  hiB disoharge. He will at onoe start ai*.  aggressive form of development ot the  orohard land at Krioksou recently purchased by bis brother, who recently left  for Siam. Mr. E. H, Kemp althougn  only hero a few days is highly impressed  with the prospects of the Creston district, thia being hia first visit tq the  Koafcsaavs.  - Thia weak J. J. Grady purchased the  Bd. Midford block on 4th Btreet for a  snug sum.  An important meeting of the Farmers  Insaituse will be held in the Auuitoriujc  on Friday evening the 20th inst.   AU  I members ot the Institute requested to  attend.  Harry Wright M. P. P. for Nelson  was a visitor in Creston last Tuesday.  He returned to the inland capital by  Wednesdays train.  - Mr. and Mrs. Masters of Canyon City  left on Tnesday last for Spokane.  Mr. G> ' Hurry of Canyon City has  been confined to his home through illness the past week.  Geo. M. Benny Supt of Boads went to  Nelson on Wednesday last.  Mrs. W. K. Brown lett'Monday, on a  visit to Spokane, where she will take in  the" Inter State Fair. On her return  joarnojr^lie will spend a short holiday  with her sister at Sand Point,  From complete returns received from  the variouB provinces, the political complexion of the next house will be as  follows,:  Lib.  ������  "^eIs������u~^aua"Ili/i8"tfiot^=XliBtMb5   of  WoBt Kootenay.  Take notice that I, Harry Brauer, oi  Rossland, B. 0,, occupation Diamond  Driller, intend to apply for permission  to purchase tne following desoribed  lands:���������  Oonimeuoing at a post planted about  three (3) miles in a Northerly direction  from tho Nort west oorner of Lot 4375,  West of Mosquito Oreek, thenoe south  80 chains, thence West 80 ohains, thence  North 80 chains, thenoe East 80 ohains  to point of commencement and containing 640 aores aores more or less. ';  Harry Brauer, Applicant,  James Fisher, Agent.  Date, June 10th 1911.  At the request of his old  customers, Mr. W. K. Brown  the reliable Blacksmith, has  again taken over the*'Creston  Smithy" and any one want-  good blacksmithing work  done, will find Mr. Brown  doing business at the old  stand, behind the Mercantile  Store.  'Nurseries'  Vernon, J5r G  I HaVe a very fine assortment of %  l Fruit trees f  ^ Oriental and Shade Trees  I and Shrubs  ^  ^  X Budded Stock ������ speciality  X  Ail trees offered for sale,   are grown in  own Nurseries, on The   Coldstream  ou  Estate  t V. Do Curry, Uen. Agt, Vernon. ���������  WANTED-A man to tilce  care of va. ranch, apply, The  Review, .  X I  NOTICE:- To property and  mill owners; . R. Stewart,  Bricklayer and mason, paving  settled at Creston, will be  pleased to give tenders on any  work. Address Box 41,  Creston, B. C. {  S-iRDAR AVENUE.  tes  )g Cold lunches  *  Ice-cre&mi  Sandwiches ,  Lemonade  Fresh Fruits in sea'sos?.  Hours: 8 p  id. to r  Candy and Cigars  p ni.  E. F. F-L'ATT, Prop.  Alberta  British Colon, but    0"  Manitoba 2  Nova Sootia 10  New Brunswick    8  Ontario 13  Prince Edward Is 2  Quebec 37  Saskatchewan       7  t  Totals 85  Majority'  Doforred eleotlons, 2,  Con.  1  7  8  5  71  2  20  8  181  44  Ind.  0  0  0  0  0  1  0  2  0  3  Wanted-by    an   experienced  gardener, well up in Tomato  and Cucumber culture, work  on ranch.    Married man.  Apply to J. Fracy,  Creston  FOR SALE Saddle Horse,  apply to Victor Carr, Alice  Siding, B. C.*    *  *W  ���������WIW>IWW������WWW������������W^������������IM������'      '   ,  r ������.,.,������nnii,.i   ii 1 .,   .i 1������������������������.���������WM,, iy������,j r^^MBf*"'  :A  ���������immu^j1  x."  HARVEST THANKS'  GIVING SERVICES  Onoo again tho Harvest is with ns,  ind God has itvaelouily bostowod upon  ub tbo fruits of tho earth filling oar  hearts with gladnoas. Tho Churoh was  decorated tastefully and'artistically. On  Sunday las* when the Hoy. W. Ui  Walton Keetor of Vorote preached op*  pvopriftte 8ermon*f air the beautiful old  Hanaat Hymns wlwo sung with the truo  feeling, that poll's .promises. never fall.  Many,indeed aro ihe blOBBluga that have  been showered down upon ono nnd all  How u������ftut|lfut is tho thought that it is  more blessed to give than to rocolvo.  *���������'*     '    <'    '  "wmu���������'  TO RENE^-Half of the  Ed, F, Johnson Block on 4th  Street,. For terms see Ed. F.  Johnson.  4  FOR SALE���������A good milch  cow. Will be fresh about  Dec; 1.    Apply at the "Re-  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  (Best equipped Livery jn Town)  All clsss of TURNOUTS supplied at short notico.   The latest styles of  GUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack horses a  -������Speciality.  Feed for sale.      Agent for the McLaughlin Sffaafg* Co.      Horses for sale  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by vtore and mail, and meet all train a  ^  at any honi\af the day or night.   Commercial men and landseekers, will  o repcive prompt attention  j H, S. McGreath, Prop  g Phone 56 '       Strflar Avebup Box J4  Qjt,B0 00 m.a.SLS 09 v0 g.0..(UULftlUI-04>"*������   ������09������������ tg0QJlflJlJMJUtilAJUUUUUIJp-  TZm9irmmatfalm\.'^m.m*\:m\y~:*r\^J*--.^-^  ^MV^AA<VV^A|AA^^VVVVVVAJV^AAAM<^A^^  Tbe Creston Barber  view,  it  7  BLACKSMITH  '���������timmimma mt0f������\������ A','  W. K. Brown Jjrjjforms  his old patrons that he has  resumed buslne*5 at the  old stand, FIRST CLASS  Stock of BUaGIES, DEMOCRATS, CUTTERS and  SLEIOHSalwayftonliand  mmma^neeaoBasmiummmmim^  Sorvicoa Next Sundav*  UNION SERVICES  ,  Tha Preabyterlait and Mothodist oon.  gragatlons unite na follb������ s,  Oot, 8. 11  a.  m, In , tho Mothodlufc  ohuroh,   7^tO'p, m. in, iho Presbyterian.  Oot IB, 11 n. m In the Presbyterian,  ohuroh,   7:80 p. m. In tbo MothodlBfc,  Sunday sohool, I^iblo olaeeon nnd till  othor uitiofclngfl as nsual.  ,'llio E<o#v. Dr Eby will preach during  tho nbRqiioQ of tho pastors.  Billiards and Pool  jtojn/n, Room   <ftt<&v<&*������  CJjfara nnd Cigarettes  Hot or Cold Baths  At Any Hour   .  ������  1  Ragprf Ground tajic| Set  ���������>���������  iJii'mT.  ������������������-<-���������,���������--.,  SAM HATFIELD, Prop  lvysjy*urtH**n*T*t4'*  + 1*1 ffifff'. T���������W*"ff*f*TT*  1 *y cai.imuari'Jirt rmpssmrsass^  YOUR POCKET HOOK, '''      .  w*mm*  ���������y  CHURCH OF EflMQLAND  ,:���������; xXy CHRIST* CHURCH'-' ��������� A'  Hnrvoub TlianltHeiviuB BnrviooB.  Oot;, 8th., <17th Sunday after Trinity)  WJj������)iei'JEjtOititB Dnolt Crook,;;    lis, ro,  AHao BWIWff A^ool Houbo,     0 P. in.  Sunday Bohool 3 p. in.  ��������� : ��������� xy ;���������������������������������������������     ��������� ������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������  Bvsnioug. Sftrmon y.DOPfXb/  ,:j;. Philip. 0. Hayman  /';.. ,',..;.'.;".   ,     , .., (Vioar),;  is Bitfc; tlio pi)v!cii f������u- j>i*jtiin are  voiy ri*i)sonu\jlu lirift,   Bonjo ot  ���������Iho (liDTanMU kinds 11V0 sure to  ploiiso you.1 Peoplo wonrtor  tlint wo niit wilUnff-so mnny  plpi'/"' hiitithr-y^vi-oiiM not\you������!  ,dir,ir tbojp'.ronlisiid Uowolieapijr  ,.. \yo liuy.'iiUfy.Nyli.it ^iii'foof. wntirt-���������    1 Vy,;,'  fifioMuij oVorytiiliiji ilvos : thatV:' \ ' '  yWO'-Si'lli-  * "-Ml  ;,^^V.  ''Ol.  ^pj  ���������M*.  '���������Si  >iOV  ���������.���������4i������"  1 .,..., ,*w,i*'"   '  1  '���������*'v*������.y/.\i  'WAVi'y


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