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 Creston  View  I'ADDRESS FOR  $2.00 A YEAR  No. 9   ' 4th *  Year.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, OCT 13th.  1911  ; - SiNGs e Copies 5c.  &&&&G&G&  (Elotbing  There are men who would not buy a  ready-made suit. Por such men' we have  tlie^gren^y^or^AM^BEl-LSand tiOBS^R-  LINS, Made to Measure Clothes. We can  honestSy recommend the garments made by these big:  tailoring houses and respectfully request you to come in  and look over our Fall and Winter Samples. We guarantee Perfect Fit, and our prices cannot be beaten.  Me Sbow IRearlie 400 %ines  S+ A* Speers  $������������$������������$$S$33E  I������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  reston first  i-_  RULES AND REGULATIONS  (1) Intending competitors must give  tice by filling up accompanying form  d returning same not later than Nov.  !,t to tbe seoretary- The show is open  all -within the. proscribed radius hut  ���������}��������� executive reserves tlie right to refuse  ^ ^C^^X illicit jjiTj^g^ireasoS*" tV$������������  l-e. In all cases entries must be made  the names of the producers and by  Ich producers or their authorized  Io nts.  [{2) All competitors are held to declare  the entry form provided that the  [ibjects exhibited by th-*m are of their  Jvn growing. Any infraction of this  lie will disqualify the exhibitor and  luder him liable to the forfei ture of ail  iHzs money won.  '(3) All fruit to be sound and ripe un-  bs otherwise>speoified.   Plates for frnit  [e supplied by the Assooiation.   It is  necessary to retain bloom on apples  fid pears. (  (4) All fruit must be correotly named.  name is unknown it must be marked  [CJnknown."  UB);Undue'dressing will disqualify.4  (0) The show Hall will bo opon ono  liy'prior to the show for receiving ex������  Ibita.. ���������"'���������;     '/.'. '_.-'  (7) 6a entry of each exhibit two togB  fill be furnished the; exhibitor specify-  js the class and numbor of entry. Ono  lid must be attached to the exhibit and  lis other'^tho .exhibitor-'must retain. Tho  lo attached to tho exhibit must remain  ltdohed until the close of tbe show.  (8) No competitor will be allowed to  to stage more than one exhibit in any  class excepting that provided for "Any  other variety." - In this class an exhibitor can make as many entries as he likes  providing they are all dissimilar.  (9) -All competitors must have their  *fe^Mtb i,ii������vho building <and-atagod ������ot  later than.10 p. m. on the evening of  Nov,v7th and cannot be removed until  10 p. m. Nov. 8lh.  (10) The arrangment'committee will  direct the plaoing of all exhibits and  exhibitors must strictly obey their orders. -The committee reserves the right  to refuse all-exhibits whioh, they consider unworthy of being shown.  (11) Though the committee will take  reasonable precautions to insure the  safety of the exhibits they wish it to he  distinctly understood that the owners  themselves must take all risks concerning same. Should any exhibit be acoi-  dontly injured, lost or stolen, the committee will render all assistance to  recover the same hut will not hold them.  selves liable.  ���������'���������     '���������''���������'���������''���������������,i���������;-.'��������� ���������������������������...���������;,��������� ���������"��������� ���������  <   ���������".;  (12) The deoifllonVof the Judges is  final and they have speoial: powers to  withold or modify prizes whore the exhibits are deemed unworthy. A  (18) Any protest must be lodged In;  writing with the seoretary not later than  4 p. m, on tho, day of tho show together  with a deposit of fB.OO whioh will 'be  forfeited should the. committee (whose  decision will bo final) not uphold the  protest.  2nd  $2  3rd  A fresit stock of all kinds of  CANDY -and PEANUTS.  > m^m0mt0mmv*n0m00mi������*mm-m%0tmm  ���������iW-ss^iaaSilaiSssiiiSsBslsailajMiiaia  wnirnisrTirisnfiTiissaliiiii n I  t  ���������  *  S<?it SJdiifts Blyoa^s oil ihai$ ; f  '^Hiiwfc���������iWMMMi'iMH mmwmmmmmmmlmJmdimmmiiiillil&liliiiiliiii^^ ' ' Jtk\  x   Opposite tlie C, 1>. R. Station ":������*���������#  FRE5H ROASTED PEANUTS jo cts a LB.  (14) In absenoe of competition in any"  class, or, if the articles exhibited be of  inferior quality the judges are instructed  io~ award only suoh premiums as they,  consider worthy be it 1st 2nd 3rd or no  premium.  (15) Touching bf fruit is strictly prohibited and any person found doing so  1' may be expelled from cue showf  -  (16) The violation by an exhibitor  of  any of the rules shall involve the forfeiture of all prizes awarded him.  (17) All prizes not claimed by the  Annual Meeting will be forfeited to the  funds of the Association.  T*  (18) If there are not enough funds in  hand to pay prizes in full they will he  paid pro rata. . y. y   < *  (19) The show wilrbe open at 1 p. m.  ou Wed. Nov. 8fch. An admission fee of  25 cents will be charged. Subscribers  and exhibitors admitted free.  SINGLE BOX EXHIBITS  , Apples must not be wrapped.' Exhi-  tora name, or name of ranch must not  appear on box.  Olass 1st prize  I Wagner $3  3 Northern Spy "  8 'Mackintosh Sed "  4 Baldwin "  5 R. I. Greening "  6 Wealthy "  7 King "  8 Golden Russet "  9 Jonathan       . "  10 Ontario      '     *'  II Ben Davis "  12 Stark ^ s ���������������������'  18 Gano ..'"'���������  14 Wolf Biver      ���������' " "  15 Any other variety   $8  '���������������'.''        "  PLATE EXHIBITS'  5 appleB to a plato. Prizes run first second and third as follows:���������  10 Wagner, let sack of flour, 3nd, fl  3rd Ribbon.   17 Northern Spy same as  16.    18 Mookintoah   Rod, some. ' 10,  Baldwin same. 20 Rhpdo Island Greon-  lufi, samoas 10.    31  Wealthy 1st, 10  yearling applo troos valuo |8. 2nd $1  3rd Ribbon.   22, King, prison samo as  31.   23, Golden Rusaet, aome.   24, Jon*  iithan. same. 25, Ontario samo. 26. Ben  Davis* 27 Stark, 28, Gaun; 29,   Wolf  Rlvor, 80, Spltstonburg, 01, Yellow New*  town, 32, Winter Banaun,  88, Grimes  Goldon,   34,   Gravenetoin,   85,   Rome  Boauty, 80, HnbbardsouB Nonsuch, 87  Snow 88, Talman Swoot, 80, Gideon,  iindNo. 40, Blonholm, prlKoa aro iho  imrao os for No. * 21,   No   41, N. W.  Crooning 1st $2, Snd $1, and 3rd Ribbon  42 Golden Plppon, 43 Ooxs Orange Pippin, 44  Aloxandor and 46 Any othor  variety aro all tho samo as No 41.  CRAB APPLES; Plato of 12.  4������fc prima *1 2nd BO tfrdJRlhboti.   Vnrl-  ,iM0BNO40 TrabHOoridant 47Martha, 48  Wsllnoy, and 49 Hyslop,  It PLATE OF fi P15AR8  No ISO Any variety 1st $1, 2ad BO, 3rd  Ribbon.  ',    '���������     .,   LADIES CLASSICS  No. Bl BuhiA diHpliiy uf apjilos ns n food  prosorvod, ooolaul with pastry, canned  or othorwiso, 1st priv.e f lo 2nd $B,  ���������52 Bast display ot Jams, Jellies and preserves, any fruit lst-prize $10, 2nd $5.  53 Three loaves home made bread 1st  prizef3 2nd s$2.  SPEOIAL PRIZES ,  Silver cup presented by "J. B. Moran  Esq., for best box Jof apples in show  otherwise than packing class.    v    ' '  Silver medal presented by Canadian  Bank of Commerce for best plate, of  apples in show.  .- --Bsons-e-aaedel-fsr- -eshibitox���������winnins  most first prizes in show.       *-x - -.  - 100 lbs C. Brand fertilizer by Messrs  Brackman-Keer for best coloured box of  w,j#^f.va ... auu vv .  4 gallon can lime and , snlphnr spray  by Messrs Brackman Ss Kerr for 2nd  best colored box of apples in show.  4 ^ i_  ALDOUSGETS  SiX MONTHS  For obtaining mbney from J. B. Moran .of Oreston by means, of valueless  ������ i  checks drawn on the Canadian Bank pf  Commerce at Vancouver and a bank at  Bonners Ferry, Idaho, John Atdous was  convicted before his honor Judge Forin  on Saturday andsentencedto'six months  in theprovinoial jail. Fred C. Moffatt  proseouted for the crown Aand James  O'Shea appeared for the accused.  Previous to being brought before his  honor, Aldons pleaded guilty before W.  H. Bullock-Webster, stipendiary magistrate, to cashing other valueless checks  at Creston. Edward Malone, of the  Creston hotel, .was tbe victim. Sentence  was deferred.  John Aldons,1 who was sentenced by  Judge Forin on Saturday to six months  in jail for obtaining money by false pretences by means of bad checks from J,  B. Moran'of Oreston, was yesterdaj  morning sentenced to a second term of  six months by W, H. Bullock-Webster,  stipendiary magistrate, on a similar  charge.-���������Daily News.  r  u  Money   Money  We have $165,000 for investment in the  Creston District which we will loan in sums  of from $500 to $10,000 on improved or unimproved fruit lands, also on improved and  unimproved town propeity.  If you want capital to improve your land, call  and see us for a loan.  *  Why pay rent when you can borrow money  through us to build your own home with.  Should you want to improve your business  property,  call and see us regarding terms on  a loan.    >  We have the money to invest.  Johnson & Scruton  Wilson Ave.      P.O. Box 38.  Phone No. 73      Crestou, B. C  "1  NOTICE  Having sold the Creston Printing and Publishing Co.  business, and the " Creston Review/ we are now closing out  our books, and hereby give notice, that all accounts not  settled on or before the 37th October 1911, will be placed in  the hands of our solicitors at Nelson for collection, as our  affairs will be* wound up to that date.  Cheques should be made payable to Messrs Johnson and  Scruton, Creston, B. C.  Creston Printing and Publishing Co.,  J, K. Johnson, Manager.  ���������\3  u  THE W. C. T. U OF C ft ESTON  The W. C. T. U. meeting at the home  of Mrs. S. Speers on Wednesday last  was an encouraging one. Eighteen  were present and two new members  were received.  Correspondence from the Secretary of  the Political Equality League of B, O.  was read. It was unanimously decided  to answer it favorably and to make arrangements in the near future for Mrs.  Tashley Hall to address a publio meeting on "The Franchise for Women."  The date of the medal contest was  flxedrfor Friday Nov. 24. Six contestants have already entered.  A refreshing oup of tea with cake was  ���������served at the olose of the meeting by  the hostess assisted by her aunt.  hence our desire to make use of him before his departure,on tlie 23rd of this  month.  ���������:<r-  . ���������<.  A WOMAN'S   MEETING  TheWomtinof Creston will have the  privilege of hearing an addreBs on  Sooial Purity by Dr. Eby on tho evening of Thursday, Oot. 10, in the Metho-  dist Churoh.  Dr. Eby is tho Seoretary of the Canadian   Purity   Education   Association,  MASONIC OFFICERS  IN CRESTON  On Monday Oct. 9, the- Creston Masonic Lodge was favored by a visit from  High Officials of this most ancient order  in the persons of Grand Master F. J.  Burd of Vancouver, Past Grand Master  N. Rich of1 Ladnor, Grand chaplain  Clinton of Yanconver, and Dist. Deputy  Grand Master Jewell, of Fernie.  These officers were on an official visit  throughout the Province.  In their honor an informal' banquet  was given hy the Local Lodge,  in the  Oreston   Hotel, some 25 guests  being  1 'i  present.    A - pleasaut   goodfellowship  evening was enjoyed by all. The visitors were suitably entertained, und driven round the various showplaoe and  ranches of tho DiBtriot and .expressed  themselves, oharmed with the beauty of  CreBton "and the Hospitality of the  Citizens.  MARRIAGE  At Eriokson B. C. on Tuesday Oct.  ?IuW,$3ft$tt6a Flemihg Masson/Vpf Abj?^"  deen Scotland, to Emily May Webster,  daughter of Mrs. Belle Webster of Vir-  dOn Manitoba, by the Rev. Philip Q.  Hayman.  Nt  v ���������- -, ���������*\*<|  DEATH  Hagan���������Oct., 9th at Duck Oreek, Geo.  Melvin, infant son of Paul and Martha  Hagan aged 5 days. Funeral was held  at Christ Churoh Oreston on Wednes*  day Oct. 11th. The Rov Philip C.  Hayman officiating.  RIFLEMEN ATTENTION  An important meeting of the Creston  Eriokson Civilian Rifle Association, will  bo held in tho Mercantile Hall, at 8:80  p, m. on Monday the 16th October.  Every member or prospective member  ia requested to be present.  F. W. Hawthorne representing the  Hudson Bay 0^. paid Croston a vloit on  Wednesday lost.  t  t  There will be a Fowl Supper or  Thanksgiving Dinner in the Presbyterian ohuroh in the evening of the Slst  last. "It will "ho. only 60 cits for a full  course moal.   .  ate  earn  ,i\jt;  We have just opened up 2 cases of CROCKERY from Japan consisting  TEA SETS prifces from $1.35 up to #2.25.  of  (MMM  imsssmima  MM  TEA CUPS and SAUCERS in New Designs  12*4 cts tip to $0 cts.   Berry Sets #1.50  are marked low to  J' %ZYl$j\&g& tl  C/l^JCr/C  ������*clL&+  mmmmmmmmiwnvim -mm  SEE GROCERY WINDOW AT  ^^HDtfl0mW  ������stoo  ^SjjWuiuUlBBMV  ���������J.  t  ���������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������4$*  '������������������'���������'  ���������'''.' '" ,'h*.i?i5-*.������rv-'  **^^'..^//w.������������������;lvv*^���������:^.^;r;/l.*^^'������������������^V���������-v.^?J'  ������������������������������������������<*  'i'*'-'.Vi  <:J:i  ,.f-;yA!-'  ,V  '���������������;<������'  ���������.-H*..-  V-mV  ���������1. fiSiiiiili  ��������� te ti&i* j-Tj>'^ J-^i! ^y^  ������������������^ffsYii'XX^ ^"���������ty^M^-^ty^l  ,"������������������.' Xft.<Ay  ���������i'ii  '       ���������' ��������� \  \%-::':.      P*  |M-,5;-....      ���������  I Si ���������.*.*?>"���������'  ���������'A . ''���������  ������������������'������������������'������������������  THE   CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW:  i  S?v  I  I'M.-  ;f  il  I--S  ]!���������  I-;  il  SKIN  ,BFFEBERS  Do you realize that to go  through life tortured and  disfigured by itching, burning, scaly and crusted eczemas, or other skin and  scalp humors is unnecessary? For more than a generation, warm  baths with  CJotloiFa Soap  And gentle applications of  Cuticura Ointment have  proved successful in the  most distressing cases, of  infants, children and adults,  when all else had failed.  Although Cuticura Soap aad Ointment Are sold  by dru#giat3 and dealers everywhere, a liberal  ���������ample ol each, with 32-page booklet on treatment  of skin and hair, will be sent, post-free, oa application to ������������������Cuticura." Dept. 9M, Boston. U. 8. A.  AIR BUBBLE POWER.  Northern Ontario Mine Has a Re*  markable System. ���������  Place in a mining camp a modern  department store completely equipped with telephone service and automobile delivery and selling hydraulio  energy over the counter in -hundred  pound packages, and the city bred  man may get a fair idea of what aV  power plant means to an industrial  community 1,000 miles from its coal  supply. Up iny Northern Ontario  such power as this is more of a miracle than a brick fiat with steam heat  and" porcelain tubs, for the miner  can exist without a bath, but he  can't uncover' pay rock without  power to drive the drills tha* do it.  When the pr.oe of coal 'n Northern  Ontario began to eat into the' ore  profits the miners harnessed tha  Montreal  river for power.  Ragged Chute?, the point where  the miners located their plant, is a  natural   water  power in  itself.    It is  ten miles,  from    Cobalt. _ Here   the  river "for   about" "1.000"~ ya reis "wErTs"  down a thirty-fiv-������ foot grade and for  four season? in the year is* a boiling,  tossing  torrent.  The theory as piaetic-'d was to  drop this surcing tide down a .'100  foot shaft near the top of the rapids,  then to catch the ������ir bubbles as they  rose from the water, racing through  a subterranean chamber toward a  tail shaft lead:ns: up again to tha  bed of the river 1.000 feet downstream.  Building thi? power plant wa*  about one. hundred times more of a  proposit'on than its originators foresaw. First the low masonry dam  was completed, 660 feet across the  river, the waterways thus erected  having a capacity of 1,200 cubic feet  per second. Immediately above tha  dam. in the centre of a large concrete basin, two eight-foot steel  shafts, each containing sixty-six  .y?fpipes fourteen inches in diameter.  *** wer* sunk to a depth of 360 feet. A  thousand feet downstream the other  shaft was sunk into the rocky bed,  and then in three shifts, and working day and night, the miners chopped a subterranean chamber eonnect-  iing the two shafts at the upper end  jof the rapids with the single one at  | the lower. They cut this great under-  BV IMPIIDit ill ilsiil ��������� ground racewav twenty-two feet wide  DI    IBIFVRS*   I>Lvv"  along  its   entire    length,   twenty-sis    -and a half feet high at the bottom of  CURED   BY  DR.  WILLIAMS'   PINKI^*  shafts tand forty-two feet high lin  nn ������e dc^a.icc -ri_irrvr uaiac      1 ^e  central i-art of the tunnel.    Th������  PILLS BtCAUSt TMtY MAKt      ' whole undertaking was  hazardous to  PURE BLOOD \ an extreme,  but  neither  officers  nor  Ask any doctor and he will tell you i men will admit it.    It was all in the  that  eczema  is  caused  by  impurities 1 day's work with them.   Moreover, the  in the blood; that nothing can cure it;<*amp  at  Cobalt  had  began to  taunt  tha does not reach    the    blood���������thatA them,  and they  were going to finish  salves   and  outward   applications  are! the- job or "bust."  worthless and a waste o������ money.   Thej     Across  the  ridges   above   the    hole  reason why Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  where  the   rapids   roared   gangs   of  "I have decided," said'the poet, " *StS>  become a philosophical anarchist."  'Oh, very well," his wife wearily replied. 'Anything for a change from  what vou are."���������Chicago Record-Herald.  ECZEMA IS CAUSED  '"'You are very foolish Mary, to  think of getting married. If yoii will  give up the idea. I will raise your  wages a dollar a week.".,, Huh! a dollar a week? That's a fine argument  ag'inst marriage ���������'���������? four dollars a  month alimony."���������judge. A  NOT ENOUGH TIMBER.  Hudson  Hava  "have always been so successful in curing this most annoying trouble is be-  timber jacks in the meanwhile, chopped    a   path    straight    through    the  ing from twelve   to three   inches   in  diameter.  cause they act directly on tho blood,l shrub toward Cobalt. Swamps, where  reaching the root of the trouble and men sunk to their armpits, were fill-  driving out all impurities. They ted in with rock and timber, and be-,  banish eczema, salt rheum, and un-j fore work Von -thev power-plant was  sightltf pimples and eruptions. relieve? completed* :they'. had laid'seven mile?  the irritation and itching "and give'of corduroy road forV the big steel  perfect health. Mrs. A. Puling, of i pipe line���������this twenty inch lap weld-  Milestone, Sask., says: "I was afflict-! ed pipe line of German steel, which  ed with a blood and skin disease? was to carry the air eventually and  .which the doctor called eczema, but; was laid in sections as it arrived,  which did not yield in the least tot the various loops and feeders rane-  his treatment. I was covered with  sores and in very bad shape. A friend  advised me to take Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills nnd after using eight or nine  boxes I was completely cured. I can  strongly recommend the Pills to anyone suffering from that trouble."  A medicine that can make new, red  blood will cure not only skin trouble,  but also anaemia, rheumatism, neuralgia, indigestion and a host of other  troubles simply because these troubles  nre the result, of bnd blood. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills make new blood and  under their use blood and nerve  troubles disappear. Sold by all' medicine dealers or by mail nt 50 cents a  box or six hoxes for $2.50 from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockviiie, Ont.  When a woman likes to wait on a  man, that settles it; she loves him.  People never hocome so old thnt it  does not hurt them to be scolded.  Requisite on tbe Farm.���������Every former  and H'oek-raifirr shonld keep a nupnly of  Dr. Thomaa' Eclectric Oil on hand, not  *tn\y an a ready remedy for IIIh in the-  family, hut honause it is a horse and  cattle medicine of Brent potency. As n  nuhfltitute for sweet oil for hor sou nnd  cattle affected by colic it fnr nnr passes  anything that can he ndininiHtered.  Pick up n pin thnt lies crosswise in  your pathway and you will hnvo good  fortune.  A publication devoted to the inter-  cstsof janitors would be rathor flat.  Trade  With   Britain.  John Bain. Imperial trade correspondent for Ottawa, recently issued a report on the external trade  of the United Kingdom as it affect9  Canada for the six months ending  June 30.  The total values of the merchandize imported into the United Kingdom from Canada, and exported from  the United Kingdom to Canada, during the first six months of each of  the years 1910" and 1911, were as  follows:  The figures- given being in pounds  sterling���������Imports into ������he United  Kingdom from Canada. 1910, 10,599,-  000; 191\ 8.481,000.  Exports from the United Kingdom  to Canada, of United Kingdom produce. 1910, 9.511,000; 1911, 9,464,000;  of foreign and colonial produce, 1910,  1,439,000; 1911. 1.478,000.  The exports to Canada were thus  about the same in value as last year,  but the imports from Canada were  lower ly two millions sterling, cf  which nearly one and one-half millions were due to diminished imports  of wheat. Britain's whent imports  from Canada were ������3,825,000 in the  first six months last year,* while they  were only ������2,422,000. Bacon und  hams, however, show .on increase  from ������695,000 to ������1,027,000.  by Headache  It  Tells  of  Serious   Derangements  of  the Liver and Kidneys  DR. CHASE'S  KiDNEY-UVER PILLS  You can stop a headache with powerful drugs. But it is not; generally  wise to do so.  A headache almost always .Warns  you of derangements of the digestive  system, the liver," kidneys or bowels.  Awaken .th^-aliver ..to healthful ac-.  tion by th&juse of. Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, and'you-hot;-only free  yourself of headache, but remove the  cause, which will soon lead to more  dangerous Tesultsvthan .headache.  , Invigorate the action of the kidneys  by thi.v treatment arid ybu take away  the dangers of Bright's disease as well  as free yourself of headache.  Pains are the result of poison in  the system and whether you have  headache, backache or aching limbs,  you can be almost sure of relief and  cure when you cleanse and regulate  the vital organs : by the use of Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  They are wonderfully prompt, as  well as ��������� definite and thorough in action. You can depend upon them,  no matter how 'longstanding or complicated your case, so long as the  cause is the sluggish, torpid condition of the liver and kidneys.  If you don't feel like risking 25  cents for a box, write for a free sample. A trial will convince you of  their merits. One pill a dose; 25  cents a box; all dealers or Edman-,  son, Bates & Co,,. Limited, Toronto.  Soro Throat is no trifling ailment.  It  mny   carry  disoaso  conns  to   nny .  part of thn body through the food you people all tho time, but he can't catch  cat.   When vou fp<*l pore thront com- all'the peoplo all the timo.  He was a commercial traveller of  the moro flashy type and had just finished telling a startling story of his  newly mnde acquaintance of the railway carriage.  "That reminds me of one of the  Munchausen's yarns'," remarked tho  victim, for want of something better  to say.  "Munchausen! Who is he?"  "Why, don't you know about him?  He is the most colossal example of*  mendacity that civilization has produced."  A  brief,  painful    silence    ensued,  which wns broken by the traveller in  Heckling. a. tone that was almost timid.  With   high-sounding   Bentlments   a      "Excuse me," he said, "if I seem  politicul orator can catch all the peo-   inquisitive, hut would you mind tcll-  plo some of the timo and some of tho I h1ir mo what houso ho travels for."���������  "  "        "    Pittflburg Leader.  ing on, uso. Hamlin's Wizard Oil.  A rope-mnking machine was patented in England in 1784.  Most people ent ns though thoy woro  fattening thomsolvoH for market.  You enn't mnkft a compliment big  enough to suit, somo ppnplo.  '--0O'DI>'3 \  (KIDNEY  ������������������&A'l\\\vcV ���������.  =f  W. N. U��������� No. 162.  Lioydmlnster, Sask., which is a Barr  colony, furnished an example of how  an orator's best sentiment muy be  turned against him. Lloydminster'a  population is chiefly English, and  aome of the men there have hnd the  well-known English habit of heckling  speakers.  A prominent orator aroused considerable enthusiasm by Toundlng out his  apeeoh with tho oft-quoted statement  of Sir John A. Macdonald--" A British  subject I was barn; a British subject  I  will dio."  Applause greeted tho statomont. but,  when tho clapping had ceased,, a heckler oausod a laugh at the orator's ox*  ncnHO by saying, "That'H nil very well,  but whnt aro you going to do in tho  meantime?"  If you hate a disagreeable hut honest and necessary task, perform it,  and hate it afterwards.  In  Veteran  U Gone.  Tho old deer in High Park, Toronto,  in dead.  Old  ngo  carried  him off,  but tho  arks authorities are not just certain  tow old hn Ih. Hn has belonged to  that city for 14 yonr*.  The old follow hnd boon in ill-health  for two yearn piiHt. lie had a (Ino  sot of horn", and a doon bellow, that  umijiI tu Juiiku tho High Park wooaa ������u-  Mound during tho autumn days, whon  he would mako deiperate effort* to  break out of bin poun4.~-ToronU> Star.  For regulating tha  bowels, invigorating  the kidneys and  stirring up the lazy  liver  Dr. Morse's  Indian  Root Pills  have proved for over  half a century, in  every quarter of the  world, absolutely safe  and most effective*  25c a bo*  everywhere*    ^  Bay    V-toute    Forests  Suffered Sayeraly.  lu the summer of 1,'iO the Forestry  Branch of the Depart nent of the lu-:  terio: sent out a sur/ey party to ex-'  amine the country ih ough which the  Hudson Bay Railway is o run, tor.  the purpose of ascer aiuing whether  ties for the railway "c* uld be obtained'  along the line.or whe her they would*  have to be brought f oni a distance.'-  The leader of the par y was Mr. J. R.  Dickson, B.S.A., B.Si-fcV- assistant ia-i  speetor of forest reserves, and the  Government has just' published a r^  port of his investigate ms. Mr. Dick-;  son was accompam.ee by three field'  assistants and live otl ers.  Starting' at Ths ������������. on the 8as-:  kitchewan River, tho party traversed  the country around M tishto Lake, the  Mitishto River, the (.rasa River, sya-i  tem, wicu its many lake expansions;  (.including Wekusko I ake), Pakwa (orj  Pakwa. tn) t.ake. Setting aud Split!  lakes,, and uu.- ^vmsoti a..ver system,;  including Cross and Sipiwesk -.lakes;  Wintering and Landing uakes. The]  return journey was ciade byy way o't;  the Minago (or Pine-) River. Some!  two hundred and thirty-five miles or  the line of the proposed route of thej  railway was thus covered.  The method adopted. wtt������ to run linea  at intervals of three to six miles, the;  compass v*ing used to give the direc-j  tion. The men worked singly, audi  an average day's work was tour to,  si: miles and return, rieid glasses'  were carried, and were often usad to  get an idea of the country that could1,  uot be reached on foot.  Mr. Dickson reports that the sizabiej  timber is confined almost eucu^y to'  tne water-courses. Spruce is, generally speaking, the only timber that is  found -n^ti en^'-'Th tor saw-timber or  railway ties. The poplar, birch aud'  jack pine are invariably too short,  spindly, limby and crooked for any use  save fuel or pulpwood. Very, very',  lew live tamarack trees are to be  had; the rest have been Killed by.  hark beetles. .  >  The total number; ot ties .available-  in the district covered iB estimated!  at about 860,000,, which,, at 3,000 ties;  to the mile,, would be sufficient for  about half the distance covered. Ot  saw-timber there are about uine and  a half million feet. For pile timber]  the dead tamarack and the largest ofi  the close-grained black, spruce cobldj  be used. There is a very large supply of fuelwood available, aud there  Iwill also be a large supply of pulp-1  wood, but much of the timber is un$  yet too small even for tbat. y i  The destruction of timber in thia  district, where lumbermen have never,  fienetrated, Is tremendous. Fire and  , nscots aro responsible for this espe<j  oidlly the former. , Practically every  part of the eight thousand square  miles covered By the survey party'  has been visited by two great, general  fires, one eighty yoarB ago, the other:  forty. In quite a numbor of placOB tliq  'fire had evidently leaped lakes a mil.**  or more in widtb. Often a lire live^  'ull winter in tho dry moss and breuks  but again in the spring following.      ,  Bark, beetles havo also done an im  calculable amount of 'damage. They  have killed practically all tho tama-  ra'ok and are now at work on the ma-  tiirq. spruce.  After  tho  trees  havo   been   icuiea  by tho booties a wind-Htorm (and ao\  vero windstorms aro very frequent in  the   region)   overthrows   tho   fallen,  trees and the  mafia of debris which  forms is igultcd by a lightning flash;  So a sovero firo starts and may burn  ovor many miles of country.  , Tho protection of tho timber of thd  region from firo in a tremondous prob*  lorn.   Extension of tho patrol is sug-i  goatod, but in a country so largo and.  praotically uninhabited it would bo a  task of groat difficulty to ohock a flro,  if onoo it got started, bo tho ranger  ovor uo efficient.   As to starting fire*.,  Mr.  Dickson   considers tho  Indiana*  moro oaroful than whito men, and far  moro so than tho half.brood*. *  , So far as invaatigated, tlio rato of  growth of troos in tho region ia vory.  slow.   A poriod of ono hundred year*  will produoo whito apruco 61 a dla.',  motor of eight to twelve inohoa, poplar of eight to ten Inches, black tpruoo'  of four or.flvb inohoa.   It U tho cold,  wet soil of tho muakeg which ie Itrgo-'  ly to blamo tor tho alow growth, tbo1  ocunlry boln������ ao lovel that good nat-;  * ui'al drainage   cannot  bo  iocurod.���������  Canadian Ooutury.   ...  CLOTHES'  INSURANCE���������-A. paid-up   u policy '  against tlie ordinary troubles of Wash-day-���������is yours if  you use one of " ' ���������  EDDY'S WASHBOARD  THE BOARDS W!TH THE LABOR-SAVINC ORJtf.P  Substitution doesn't pay���������it means to you loss of  confidence and to tlie Grocer loss of a custome i. There  are no Washboards  '��������� just as   good"   as .-���������'.Eddy's..  ;���������w  of biliousness���������the  but-of-sorts  feeling,   headache,   dull v eyes,  dizziness, bad taste, sallow skin, sick stomach.    Get rid of these '  as soon as they show and you will be happier and feel all the  better. You can do this easily and prevent return of the troubles.  BEECHAMS PILLS  are a natural, safe and reliable corrective.' A few small doses of  Beecham's Pills will prove their value to you���������they will tone ap your  -system^remove the sijfns of biliousness, help you out of stomach and liver  disorders, keep your kidneys active and your bowels regular. Tried and  always effective, Beecham s Pills are the family remedy which alwaya  Should be on Hand  Prepsred onlr by Thomas Beecttsm, St. Helens, Lancsstilre, Emisnd.  Sold everywhere In Csosd* snd U. S. America.  In boxes 38 ccats.  Too Rar������������ to Be True    '���������-V... ���������-. tv  "Whatis; there particularly curious^  about this old watch you have labelled 'very rare'P" inquired the man in  the jeweller's.,shop.  "That watch," said the jeweller,  belonged'to Alexander the Great, and  was taken frbnr him when he died oh  the Isle of St. Helena."  "Great Scott!"  "Curious, eh!"  "Curious! Why, man, there, were  no watches in the days of Alexander  the Great." '  "I know. That's what makes it so  rare." ,  "Besides,' Alexander the, Great did  not die'on St. Helena." '���������'��������������������������� y  "Ho didn'tP" Then that makes it  more rare than ovor. , Give it me, I  must lock it in my fire-proof safol'  Minard's Liniment relieves neuralgia  Juggling ia recommended as good  exorciso for**norvouB folkB.  T^io average man's judgment is bo  poor that ho runs a risk every timo  ho uses it.   A     *,;���������      " "���������:       "  Tha Gait l-lver Pill.���������Tho action of the  llvor ia easily dinarrannod. A. nuddcn  nliill, iinelno . exposure to tlio olomonta,  ovor-lndulironoo ln Hom*o .favorlto food, ox������  flonn In drinktnir, aro a fow of tbo oauRoa.  But'Whatever may .bo tho causo. Par*  noWii Voirotablo Pllla can Ho roflod unon  iih tho boat corrective that nan bn taHon.  Thoy aro tho loadina llvor pilln and thoy  havo no uuporiorn amonn: auoh preparations. ���������    ,  ,���������       Kpop tailca in bottles. It eaves op.  chlng boxes to find a particular kind.  A man looUa almost as wrotohod at  a recaption as a woman looks whon  travplllng In a covered wagon.'  ir;.1"."1:"1,", r'ws'rrrrtprzz���������'-:���������=a=  "tyBUppoBe'ybu hate to see - your  ^daughter    marry,"   said   the   young  man. ,  , "Yes, I do," admitted the father.  "Her mother has made it a point to  be mighty sweet tempered while this  courtship was going on."���������Washington Herald. .���������:..-  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Dandruff  In deciding that Chinese sausage ifl  not bologna, the customs officials discreetly refrained from saying what it  really is.���������-Chicago News.  Coma oauflo muoh Bufforlnar, but A Hob  loway's Corn Ouro offers a npoody, euro,  and satisfactory relief.  Iri this country wo. alwayB Uvo well  in tho present and diet calamity fdr  the future. ������������������   ���������',.'���������"   .  Minard's Liiitiment Co., Limited.  Dear Sira,���������I had a Bleeding Tumor  on my face for a long time and tried  a numbor  of ^remedies without nny  8ood' results. I was advisod tp-f try  HNAUD'S UNIMENT, and after us.'  ih^Bovornl bottles it mado a comnleto  cure; and it healed all up and diaap*  poarcd altogether.  DAVID HENDERSON.  Bollolfllfl Station, Kings Co., N, B.  ';*"     Sept. 17, 1004.    s  M  Earl of Salisbury was tho original  usor of tho canon in warfare and the  was tho firnt Englishman killed by a  cannon ball.  *Ut good digestion wait on appetite, and health oa lath I"  Thoy will if you take Sm*m������wam  NA-Mu^spEPS'^blETS  Thay correct ������tom������oh disorder*, a*������Ut dlgvAilon, and mako Ufa worth'  living a������*lh for the vlcllm of dyflp������p������������*.   W������. *���������>������*.   ������ your dru^ist haa  not itookftd tham yot, wad u������ ������0o. and wo will mall thorn. M  m       H������u������������m������I Bnhj sum! CW.-O-U Csssaeay J CmmJ*. U������1uJ.     .     M.������i*������l  i.i     T"  Jl '  Jji    t j'  , >V~  I'  iSl-v*.  ���������������������������I**:-.  Ik  ���������'fry  y ���������  w.  Si'-  XX  '4't  ���������p  I  Iv  i.r'V.  Bis-.:-, .  m  THE   C&������STOtf,   B. C   HEVajsw.  pflff'"t: Y'ry;Vi':''f'rtfiffjj'1 ���������"'* iV*i!ftw.iiVuM> ���������_<���������>������  ���������^MM^MM^IMtfMtWMHMMaU  unirwTMiw  ������wfc*i>!SS)sMMt*MiSfc������������siittiii mi  niirntfr>.������rtifv-|^���������-fin--  111 ������������������ ��������� ' - -  TH E G A N A DIA N  BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD. General Manager  GAPSTAU - $10,000,000  REST, -   $8,000,000  MONEY ORDERS  Money Orders of The Canadian Bank of Commerce are a safe,  convenient And economical method of remitting- small sums of money.  Tbey are payable without charge at every branch of a. chartered bank in  Canada (except in the Yukon Territory) aad in the principal cities of  the United States.  The Orders and full information regarding them may be obtained  oo 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  ������������������������������ Sos* Order.. A233  TMRCT 9. FOWLER, manager, Crettfon Branch  ��������� -><-*r-  The Ctestm^R^oi^  >, .t������scu Avc&ua, Ons-tea.  I.   K.    lm  i������v  Bauv Q. Searates  Bdttor.  .__     _r���������k, fl.60 a''year, in adranea.  ���������0-Oaer Netgees, |6; 80, 87.80; 90, $io  ������fce Seviev ia tha acknawled������wd advertising medium of the Oroaton valley, oir-  ^������������������WW ��������� evae One ts>tsaiaBiid homes throughont the Creaton district.   Onr  i aa* o-sca to aoi-TOapoedente on Mve questions of local iotoreat.   Oon-  1 "i,"** *������ ***���������*������ written en one aide cat the paper only and signed, not  *��������� for publication, bnt as evideoee of good faith.   We invite support  ���������avann to inctaaae tiie naef nlness of the Review by bringing in your  ��������� ���������    ..- ."I** ������baeriptibna and news.   Oompsainte from Bubecribera as to  Mn-ieeaiBt as?-paper wall be promptly attended to.   Addreso all communica-  tioactotfee   edSter        ���������:������������������������������������..        ���������: ���������  la oar nest Issue ws will give particulars of the deal  completed tliis week whereby the bastness and plant and  property of the Creston Publishing Co., and tlie Creston  review'was sold,  The ceremony of the swearing in of the New Canadian  Goy-emmeat took place at Ottawa on Oct loth, and the fol-  lowing is, the fall list of the New Cabinet:���������  ^jtemier--������R. I*. Borden. A*^caiture--Martin Burrell.  Casteias^-Dr. J. D. Reid, Finance���������^W. T. White. Inland  revenue���������W. B. Nantel, Interior���������Hon. Robert Rogers  Justice ���������C> J. Doherty������ I*abor���������T. W, Crothers, Marine  and fisheries���������Hon. J. D, Hazen. Militia���������Colonel Sam  Hughes, Public Works���������F. D. Monk, Railways and fcanals  ���������Hon. F. Cochrane, Trade and commerce���������Hon. G. E.  Foster, Postmaster general���������L. P. Pelletier, Secretary of j  State���������Dr. W.J. Roche, A. E. Kemp, George Perley and  Senator Lougheed entered the cabinet without portfolios.  * British Columbia is represented by Martin Burrell as  Minister of Agriculture, and this appointment will be received with great satisfaction by the Ranchers and Orchar-  dists of this Province.  The new Cabinet is seen to be a well balanced combination of practical men, whose names will be greeted with  a feeling of confidence throughout the Dominion which they  represent.  ADDITIONAL LOCATS  Hon Martin Burrell, Minister of Agriculture, passed  thru Creston Thursday, en route to Ottawa.  Dont forget the Methodist Church Annual Fowl Supper  in the Mercantile Hall on Tuesday evening next the 17th  inst.   Everybody welcome.  H White, Customs Officer at Cranbrook, acting on instructions from Ottawa, came to Creston last Saturday, and  installed Deputy Postmaster E. C. Gibbs, as Customs officer  at Creston. In company with Mr. Gibbs, he visited various  beauty spots in the valley, taking in the Stocks and Jackson  ranch, and Mr Dicksous. Mr. White was very favorably  impressed with the resources and fruit growing possibilities  of the Creston district, and he expressed his intention to  come again to the happy valley and spend a longer holiday  enjoying the balmy, health giving air, in this land  ofthe big red apple.  CANYON CITY SCHOOL REPORT  Month ending Sept. 30, toix.  Prescribed school days 10.   Days school was in session  ao. Total daily attendance 396 Total actual attendance 386  Average daily attendance  (to two places decimals)   19.8O  Avenge actual attendance "     "       " " 19*30  Pupils actually attending during month 23, Boys actually  attending during month 14, Girls 23. Greatest number of  pupils present at any session (a. m or p m) 33, Least, 14,  Highest register number in use to date 34.  B. K. Dockehdorff, Teacher, Erickson B, C.  W W Bradley, Provincial assessor at Neison arrived iu  Creston on Thursday last to investigate the assessments of  the district,  Mr J A M Yeung, T M Edmondson   and A D Pochin  Creaton delegates to the tax commission returned from NeL  Thursday;  Creston Hotel  ���������>ja****������ww*x  3SS  rw  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  \/OU will make   no   mistake  vy&vsSPl     1      when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the  Creston Hotel.      Travelling  Our   Guests  C&U   cngain  W<  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  Prop,  f  L,ams  &  We have just received a stock of  "Photographic POST CAJRpS  of CRESTON, and they are the  best titer taken of Creston and ihe  Valley.  to cts* eacb or 3 for 25 cts.  j Creston Drug&Book Co. f  NELSON ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTING D!STR!CT  Sale of Mineral Olaims for Unpaid and Delinquent Taxes in the Nelson j&ssessment and Collecting District.   Province ot British Columbia.  1 hereby give notice that on Monday, the sixth day of November, A. D. 1911, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the Forenoon, at tho Court House Nelson, I shall offer for  sale by publio auction the Mineral Olaims in the list hereinafter set ont, of the persons in said lise hereinafter set oat of whioh Orown Grants have been issued, for  taxes remaining unpaid and deiinquenfc by said persons on the 30th day of June 1911, and for costs and expenses of said sale, if the total amount due in not Booner  paid.  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED  OWNER.  CLAIM.  LOT.  TAX  COST & EXPENSES '      TOTAL  Transvaal Zambeei Co,Ltd,  Ark Mining and Milling Co,  Eureka Copper Mines Ltd,  By A. Isaacs and Frank Fletoher,  Lennie & Wragge,  Transvaal Zambesi Co Ltd.  Trausvaal Zambesi Co Ltd,  Wm. Moore,  Wm, Moore,  E. D.VAinsworth,,    A y::     y  Louis Pratt,  Q. W. B. Heathcote,  Eureka Copper Mines Ltd,  Thon. Gough,  Geo. W. Coppen,  Transvaal Zambesi Co Ltd.  Eureka Copper MineB Ltd,  The Pilot (Ymir)xG. M. & M. Co,  .Lonis Pratt,'..:  Oniel M. & M. Co Ltd,  Relianco G. M. Co Ltd,  Reliance G. M. Co Ltd,  Oniel M. & M. Oo Ltd,  Emilie Jones.  Reliance Gold M. Co Ltd,  A, H. Kelly,  Louis Pratt,  Katie D. Green G. M. Co,  ArkM. & M. Oo,  Wm. Moore,  Louis Pratt,    -,  Jnno Gold Mining Co,  Ernest Lalulippe,  Jnno G. M. Co Ltd,  Juno G. M. Oo. Ltd,  .  M. Toit,  Katie D. Green G. M. & D, Oo Ltd,  Katie D. Groen G. M. & D. Oo Ltd,  A. H. Kelly,  Reliance Gold M. Co,  Mfc. Siokor & B, O. Dov. Co,  A.H.Kelly,  E. C, Traves  Lonis Pratt,  A. D. WoBtly,  B. Tomkins, otal,  Goldon Strand M Ss Dov Co.  MTait,  Pilot Ymir Gold M. Oo,  J, Love So R. S. Lennio,  Goldon Loof M & M Co,  Goldon Loof M & M Oo.  Golden Loaf M & M Co,  Rose MoGlyuuo So W������ K> Caldwell,  Mra. E Thorbourn, M al,  Mrs. B. Thorbourn, Et al,  Ernest Latulippo,  Onlol M & M Oo,  II. A. Btovtrnrt,  Rollonco Gold Mlnluff Co,  Euroka Copper Minoa Ltd,  William H. Slier rod,  Euroka Coppor Minos Ltd,  Ark Group M & M Co,  Armstrong.   Art-'  Alhambra Fraction, ..'.   15aC!g8!% ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������...���������������������������.���������.,.  Black Night,.';...................  RftTltc  DQSvOH} ���������������������������*���������������������������������*��������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������*��������������������������� ��������� ���������������������������  Copper King,.......v X;'. XX...;.. \  Canadian Belle,...................  Champion, ........'���������;>.;......T...,  .vsumei*,...................... i...,  Exchange Fraction, A............'..  JTreemont,.   Good Hope,...'.   Golden Giant,.............  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't    r.*  "1 *  ���������"r  * .V  .''������.  ,'      'I* >."*        '.���������������������������  'Vh        '���������  HV"  r  .^rrr. n^ "*.���������.,��������������� -^i  tmtmmmm  mmmm  m  i*#mmf+*������*ii*<  Mm THE," CRESTON,    B. C,    REVIEW.  B������s>|l. i' iflMfrimitirmi'iiTi'lidif n iWn  aajttia^^^-g. j^jj.^ .  - t^.,��������� _.  !>$&(  1  'jjgtAs..  If You Like to Drive  you oan indulge yourself by engaging a  team from tbis liverv stable for as long  aad aa short a. time as you desire.      ^ ,  This Livery Stable  ia alio prepared to eeud n carriage,.to  inaet trains, t'ttakeyou shopping or o������U-*  ing, or to couvey you to any June weddings you wish to attend.  Cameron Bros*  CRESTON LIVERY  Airways  on  ass  A. MIRABELLI  THE   CRESTON   SHOEMAKER  Best Workmanship  Boots and Shoes made to Order'  A Speciality  ' XtBQSD  Starfees & do.  Wholesale  Provisioas,   Produce, A Fruit  titonerol Commissi** Merchants  NELSON        - B. C.  First clasH 30b printing at tne Review  Office:  For_ Sale.���������320 acres of orown.grante^  excellent Fruit Land on-Kootenay Lake  |Lot  915.    Apply,  C. P. Hill. Hillcrest  | Mines, Alberta 15-th  Fruit Ranch for Sale���������Fifteen acres  <iu good state of cultivation, planted  1 with 1200 trees consisting of apple,plum,  peach and cherry trees. Good five room  'house and stable one and a half miles  from Creston. Apply to Walter V  [Jaokaon Phone 91 Creston B. C.  Subscribe to the REVIEW today.  A complete stock of  ,  *: Fresh. Beef,Veal, Mutton,   j  ; *       Lamb and Pork,,;     < - \  1 i  ' *.  Sausage, any kind1  Hams and Bacon, Butter  and   Eggs,   Lard,   Beef  Dripping, Etc.  Fresh Fish every Friday..  Smoked Fish all the time.  Our Smoked Salmon and  Halibut is choice."  P. BURNS & Oo. I  Limited  .CRESTON       -      B.C.  "PUBLIC INQUIRIES AOT."  Mpsiu.���������Miss   Johnson is prepared to  take a limited number of pupils for  tuition in music.   For terms apply to  J. K. Johnson, residence on Victoria  Avenne  PUBLIC HIGHWAYS  Province of British Columbia  Notice is hereby given that  all Public Highways in unorganized Districts, and all Main  Trunk Roads in organized Districts are sixty-six feet wide,  and have a width of thirty-  three feet on each side of the  mean straight centre line of the  travelled road.  Thomas Taylor,  Minister oi Public Works  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B.C., July  7, 1911.  3>13  WATER NOTICE.  Take notice that on the 1st  day of August,, J9I1, at the  hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, an application will be  to the Water Commissioner under Part V of the "Water Act,  1909," to obtain a license in  the Ymir division .of West Kootenay district, ,.foy. Gust Andeen of Kitchener, B. C, ��������� Hotel-  keeper, for one cubic foot of  water per second from Russell  Creek, a tributary of Goat  River, to be diverted 400 feet,  south of the C. P. R. right of  way, by means of a pipe line  for domestic use, on lots 9 and  10, block 7, Kitchener town-  site. The Crown-lands intended to be occupied are Water  -street in the said townsite    of  likejy ^re the Canadian Pacific  Railway Company^ {Vancouver,  B. C. * '-  Dated this 22nd. day of June,  1911. *  GUST ANDEEN,  By his Solicitor,  G. H. Thompson.  MI NER ALA'ACT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Ben hurr, Summit, Last Chance, Old  Dominion, Climax and Spud Fraction,  Mineral Claims, situate in the Nelson  Mining Division of West Kootenay District.  Where located:���������On East Bank of  Priest River, about three" "miles North  of the International boundary line.  . TAKE NOTICE that I CharleB Moore  acting, as agent for A. I. Marentette F.  M. O. No 33118B, E. W. Stoner Free  Miner's Certificate No 33227 B; intend,  Bixty days from the date hereof( to  apply to the mining recorder for 'a .certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Grown Grant of the  above claims  And further take notice that action  under Section 37,  must be commenced  before the issue of such Certificate oE  Improvements.  Dated this 6th day of July, 1911.  Ghas. Moore, Agent.  HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor in Council h is been pleased to  appoint the Honourable Albn-c Edward  McPhi.iips, KfC , President of ths "Executive Council; the Honourable Prico  Ellison, Minister of Finance; Charles  Henry Lugiin, of the City of Victoria,  Esquire; and Willi\m Hnrold Malkin,  of the Oity of Vancouver, Etqiiire, to be  Commissioners under   the "Public In-  quiries Act" for the purpose of enquir-1 Kitehenel% ^^ WMch ^ ���������"  ingmtoand reporting upon the operation ,2^e will be laid The names an&  of the "Assessment Act, 1903" with' addresses of any * riparian  respect to its practical bearings on the j proprietors whose lands are  vfinancial requirements of 4hc-P������*vine6.  The said Commissioners will hold  their meetings on ths dates and at the  places mentioned hereunder, namely:���������  Victoria    at   the Executive  Council  Chamber,   Parliament    Buildings,  M jnday and Tuesday, 25th and 26th  September at 10 a. m.   At the Court  house or the Government Office  at  the following places:���������  Nanaimo, Wednesday and Thursday,  27 th and 28th September.  Vancouver, Friday and Saturday, 29th  and 30th September.  New    Westminister,   Monday,   2ud  October. ���������  Bevelstoke, Wednesday, 4th October.  Golden, Thursday, 5th October.  Cranbrook, Saturdav, 7th October.  Fernie, Monday, 9th October.  Nelson, Wednesday, 11th October.  Rossland, Thuredav, 12th October.  Grand Forks, Friday, 33 th October.  ��������� Princeton, Saturday, 14th Oc ober.  Merritt, Monday, 16 th October.  ' Kamloops, Tuesday, 17th October.  Summerland.  Thursday.  19 October.  Pentioton; Friday, 20th Octo * er.  Kelowna, Saturday, 21sfc October.  Vernon, Monday, 23rd October.  It is requested  that ail persons who  are interested in  ihe matter aforesaid,  and who desire to be heard; will not fail  to be'present; at  the   meetings of the  Commissioners.  PRICE ELLISON,  Chairman       ���������M1IUU. ������,��������� ��������������������������� ������������������., Ui ���������^^, ^^.  Treasury Department, I ���������,������-.,.������  13th September, 1911. sel4  SWIl.1R.Beath>  CRANBROOK  - B.C.  -    .,    ;-���������---    ������������������    ,������������������,-, ,isrr=  The  Funeral Director  All changes of ads. must be handed in  a6 the Review* Office not later than  Wednesday noon in each week.  ,r   , ., NOTICE- ..   ., ���������  Nelson Land Distriot.      Distriqi^of.  West Kootenay.  Take notice that I, Edith Stoatgomery-  of Nelson, B. C,  ocenpation, married,.  woman, intends to apply for, permission  to   purchose   the   following described  Commencing at a post planted about  30 chains'south of the Nwth-west eorner  of Lot 8946, thence 54 chains North!  thence 30 chains West or tc tha Nofth-  .east corner of Lot 7684, thecce^Soath-fiO  chains thence West 20 oh^aoH^ point  ofcommencementcontaining otre hundred acres, more or less.*. . -" ~ *"-  y*.-j Edith Montgohsbt,  ���������"->'������������������                           Applicant.  Edward Ferguson  Agent   '  July, 19 th 1911.  BSF"   HO NAMES OR PHOTOS USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT I'-'^as''  NERVOUS DEBILITY        "        ^  Thousands of jroung and middle-aged mon are annually swept to a prematura. ***���������*]���������  kidneys irritable, palpitation of the heart, bashful, dreams and losses, sediment In. urban.  Simples on the face, eyes sunken, hollow cheeks,'* careworn expression, poor memory,  feless, distrustful, lack energy and strength, tired mornings, restless nights, changeiM*  moods, weak manhood, premature decay, ��������� bone pains,  hair loose, ������re throat, eto.'  YOU     WILL     BtfuA     WRECK  Onr New Method Treatment cau cure you and make a man of you.  Under ita inflow.  ence the biaia becomes active, the blood purified, so that all pimples, blotcbbs and ulcers  disappear, the nerves become strong as steel, so that nervousness, bashf uiness ind deft*  Sondency \-anish, the eye becomes bright, the face f ull and clear, energy returns to tbo  ody and the moral,' physical and sexual systems are invigorated; all drains cease���������no  more vital waste from the system. Don't let quacks and fakirs rob you Ct your hard  earned dollars.   We wiil cure you or no pay. -���������-,<���������  EVERYTHING PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL  READER:  No matter who lias treated you, -writpfor an honest opinion Fr������������ of Ci  Boohs Free���������"The Golden Monitor"   (Illustrated)  on Secret DUeeses of Mea.  QUESTION LIST FOR HOME TREATMENT SENT ON REQUEST  IEDY&KENNEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St.,   Detroit, Mich.     -  NOTICE  All letters from Caaadamust ba addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Depart*   .      ment in1 Windsor, Ont.   If you dealrte* to=  see us personally call_at our Medical Institute in Detroit as -we see and treat  ao patients in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only. Address all letters aa follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY,; Windsor, Oat.  JHTrite ������or our private address.  prapffwim^^  V  ���������z\2.L  mm  !-1 ���������  Stop off and take  a Look at Sunny  trtmtlL.mlmam  If You Want to see  the Choicest  M 1*1111"    I    f\ Tl C\ Qv &1 British Columbia's   j���������\pQ7   (      \ \ YY������\ CI \~O  A    A v^rvx c   jL^w.iiv*u   ������������������ ��������� ���������   JL^r\mS<J \-r   V^AIA A ICdll,^  Creston, *B. C.  Haa novor had a erop f ailuro.  Hao no damaging froBtn.  ':"��������� ���������:���������:.:':  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  Miaimum temperature 1011,  8 degree*  nboToztro.  Gtoyrn apples that aro flrot psrlao wla-  ���������aara aVory yoar in oompatition with  -tho world. *.:���������;' .  Kaa an idoal and mild olimato.  Haa tho moat favoi^d looatioa, aloaa ta  niatkoka, ample tranaportatiba faall*  itiao, *wa valkoads and a aavhjable  ritw.:  District ootapriaM tha largait ara* al  gonaiat, prayea fruit Iand������ in tha  pronaoa. 00,000 aoroN in oaa blook.  Haa tho quality and opiautity of land to  oompoto favorably aualust tho 00m-  nioroial orahards of tho world.  nvestments  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������%���������������������  i  "BestSoiU Level, c/lhmdance of  Water, Good *Rpads, Suitable for  ., ���������  ,'X,. ;iii  izing or  ividing  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  20 acres one half mile from toVw, sim-impro^edfdWellirig.    160 acres one  mile froni iofyn, finest-soil'and situation in the Glorious Kootenays  Also other tracts improved unaunimproved high grade fruit Unas at lowest prices, alt genuine propositions  Creston, B. G.  It iltnated in the   Kootonay   Valloy  botweon Kootenay Lake and tho  United States Boundary Lino, 70  i   milei Southeoat of Nelaon, 70 milea  Santhweit: of Oranbrook/ and 10������  v    miloa Northoast''of Spokane. "  What Lord Justice Grantham said: For a  safe investment I prefer Crestou to any  other plaoe in British Colombia,  ^  What Hon. Thos. Taylor said:   Ons<  ton Distriot i������ tha garden af British  Columbia. ' *  What Andrew Carnaoie said:   Tha. ,  wise man���������< invests his monoy in good  roal estate,  What Jacob  Astor did, mad* $60,-f  000,000 in'rbfll ostate in 80 yean.  Qain health and wealth, and prora  your wiBdbm by buying frnit lands in a  proven fruit climate, and whoro no  irrigation Is reqnlrod.  4     I  I',.1 :i.-i-:i  *&*.  ^���������^���������^������<������>>������������i������ii^������i'm,i, * Mirwmmmmmimm  Apply to the  ���������Xx:x. Ckvner  msisamseatk  iiiiaBinimiiriftfifiiirfiTnrwiBii'iiiin'siiirTrniTrrinrinri  tfuiua  Creston ������  British Columbia  rariiiTiiiili'  References t Canadian Bank of Commerce, Creston, B.C., and Sank ty'Montreal, Rossland, B.C.  MaaaHaanHHHanaHMnHHHHIian^^  '������i'V',.  V - I  .'-*. ���������  V*>.  "..(,��������� > I- -I- ,'*  'yX/ry    ?yl*.l  THE    CRESTON,    B.  C    REVIEW.  r  u  PAID IN  Novelized From Eugene  Walters Great P!ay  JOHN   W.   HARDING  Copyright. 1908. by C. W. Dillin*h������m Co.  I  (Continued.)  M  m-  CHAPTER HI.  HE wa������ a skillful a������������chlt*\-t Indeed who first devised the  bandbox a part met) t houses uo  common .now in all parts at  JCew York anfl must have sat up many  sights wiirkiiiR out how to fxtri<-at������  tbe maximum of rem revenue vfrom  Sbe area ou which be hud to ht the  structure.  If tbere were any flats in Hnrlem of  atnaiier   dimensions   than   the   one   of  ���������four rooms occupied by Mr  and Mrs.  Joseph   Brooks   the   most   experienced  nod persistent hunter after a place lu  which  to lodge  bis .family   with relative economy and some semblance oi  ������������aifort  would  have had  the time of  hta or her life finding It    And if oiher  ���������fiats there were more luxuriously  fitted up. asi easily might bare  been���������In  ���������fact,   certainly   must   haveV heen   the  Venae.' at least tbere  was noue.  whatever its size, that was kept cleaner or  neater or In which more etfeetive nae  of available  material had  beeu made  thau   that   over   which    Mrs.    fUmma  Brooks presided as mistress and factotum.  And  Mrs.  Brooks herself���������bow   she  graced    tt.    altogether    unconsciously!  As tbe elder uf two daughters or Stan*  <ey Harris,  who.  while not rteb,  had  ibeen well to d������. she nad been brought I  sp tn the couifart of a s������x������i home aad-j  toad enjoyed,ibe advantage of au education at a private seminary.    Her fa- (  jjher,   whose .-.constant" compani������������i  she }  bad beep and  whose sense of rtemoe- f  racy ip the matter of association she i  hadInherited,   bad   adored   ber.  and {  3vu������ii; she bad given her heart to Jo- <  aeph Brooks, electing him front among '.  numerous    suitors,    including   James |  AAiStnlth,   be Vgave   bis consent   to  their \  x anion against  his own judgment aud  Ala face of the strenuous op|������������������sltion of  .tola   wlfejx esteeming  the  girl's  oappl-  y nesa superior to all other* eonsidera-  :VAt!on%.'-'V-^ .:���������'-'   A  XA Brooks, who had been In the employ  V of the Latin-American Steamship com-  Vyfiany    for   one   year   and    had   been  A .brought Into relations witb the family ;  y vby virtue of bis selection us secretary  to   her A:fat ber,   the   general   manager,  bad  no means whatever of his own.  imd his salary,-then $<;0 a tnnnth. was  '   tt desperately small Income on which to  begin housekeeping for a girl reared as  ahe bad been.    But her father helped  tbem. and  (be young couple counted  upon bis Influence to procure the advancement of bis son-lu-law to a more  remunerative post  Unfortunately   for   them,   however.  Mr. Harris hnd died* a few weeks after  their wedding, and they, found themselves   thrown    upon    their   own    resources.    Mra   Harris, a selfish. shaL  .Jow, unfeeling vfuiimti wttn soi-ir,! i*.rs-  ienainns. who regarded her daughter's  marriage  with tbe young clerk as a  tucsitllliknt'e and   Brooks hlnnelr  with  disdain,  left them  to shift for themselves and   with   tier  other daughter,  fletu,  who  was seven  years younger  than Emma and shared her mother's  views,   as  she   Imluued   her   haugbtl-  ness. settled down to the enjoyment of  the modest   rnrttuie her husband hud  left ber and tbe indulgence of the or-  tentutlnn she loved, but which during  Mr.   Harris'   lifetime  she   had   never  .   been uble to gratify to the top of her  .[..'bent.   Khe did not for this, however,  .?������������������ withdraw altogether from association  .   with Kuimn and Brooks nnd continued  on more or less amicable terms wltb  them.   Now and then she condescended to call upon them, with Beth, but'  ber visits, as n rule, were n good deal  .   of n trial to the young couple, for sho  regarded Brooks' failure to get on In  tbe ateomsblp company aa u Vindication of her opinion as to his ability  and  the  judiciousness  of  their  marriage and wns prone to condone with  tier daughter, assume un exasperating  1-told-you-so attitude and lament what  might have been.  Oaring the four years of their mnr������  ���������rl#d lire Brooks' salary hud been  raised only *'J0 ������ month, alt hough in  addition to his work as accountant, to  ���������wbicb be bnd heen unsigned after Mr.  llartis' death, thut or ooliectur had  been thrust upon him. lt hud been a  hard, bitter experience for pretty littlo  afro. Brooltn. this unnccustomed drudgery of housework, this contlnuim*  nconring of greasy pots and pnnw ������������d  washing of dishes, which slie loathed:  this deprivation of comforts und luxn-  "*" rlea that abe^hnd known all her life;  thia privation of miitiy iwrHmiiil things  t-onaldered ltidl*ppn*niilt> by the dnlntv  woman; thli* necessity of perpetual  rlftd eoonoiplRlng. which barely mif-  fired to make both ends mcci, .sin- ,tc-  prlved herself of much needed Hutu-  fog. to aav nothing ot finery, thut .loo  might go prnfM-rly rhid ro his nfli-*-*,  but ahe never tor that reaxnti descend'  ed to slovenliness, never "let herself  go," as so muny women In tlielr own  households make the mlstuue of doing,  and never had she allowed one word  of complaint, one Indication of regret.  tu eM'rt|M< her Klie Iuul married Joo  for love, for better or fnr worse, und  resigned Iicr*cif bmrely nnd cheerfully  were so long In coming and  encotir-v  aging   her   husband   to   fight   on   and  wm. ,  .hw������.  for  his part,  lacked  his  wife's  | grit  and  energy,  and  constant   disappoint ment   hud   undermined   his   fortl-  j tude.    He   loved    IOinma     He   liuidly  I could    have   done    otherwise,    though  calculation   had   entered   largely   Into  I his    courting   of    her.     Chivalrously,  j while   the   sweet   Miss   of   their   early  married  life  held him In It's spell, ne  had done as much of the heavier work  of  the   menage  as   he could   to   spare  her when time and opportunity a (forded,   but   rery   naturally   he   had   soon  tired  of  this-where  Is  the  man   who  dees not?���������and  I>y degrees had  left  as  much nf it as he c������mld to hei. except  when' his moods of optimism and af-  I fecrlonate   solicitude   impelled   dim   to  i go to her assistance.    At sucb times he  wanted to do It nil.  On the evening following his out-  biirst at the office he whs still resentful and "down In the mouth" when he  let himself into his little flat, and tho  smilesA of his wife as she raised her  rosebud lips to receive his kiss of  greeting failed to dispel his gloom.  "You seem out of ' sorts tonleht-  dear." she. sjsid .solicitously, "j\ny-  thing wrong at the office?"  "Nothing in particular. I'm tired  and hungry- nfter slaving all day ia  this, awful heat, that's all"  "Never  mind, supper's all ready. s������  sit down and tuck In "  "What did you get?"  "Chops and pot:it<H������s."  1   Joe turned tin his nose, but took hl������  peat   at   table  and   began  to  eat.     H������  onswered his wife's questions in mono*  syllables.    His thoughts. It  was plain,  were  not on  his. uhuU. ar  Kuttiui!n hmi-  e-essation. and. seeing tnat be was preoccupied and troubled, she erased to  try to engage bis attention.  "I paid the gas bill today," be vouchsafed at lengtb. "Ninety cents more  than last month."  "Ninety cents more!" she commented  with concern. "I'm sure we didn't  ���������use half as much. And we owe the  butcher four-sixty."  "Every month it costs more to live.^  1 don't know what" we are going to do.  I'm sure."  Tm'.sorry, Joe. Goodness knows I  try to be as economical as I can."  "1 know, but it's aU wrong. It's all  wrong that you should be spoiling  your hands with those beastly greasy  pans. They weren't meant for sucb  work, 1 wish we could afford a hired  girt"  "So do I. but we cant, so what's tbe  use of wishing? Didn't you get the  raise yoa asked Captain Williams  for?" she inquired.  ' -No/* '���������'���������������������������'.���������".���������.���������:���������������������������'���������''���������  A He bung his head and lapsed Into  gloomy silence. She dropped the morsel sbe was raising to ber month and  i rose from the table* filled with dismay,   her  appetite   completely   gone. '  Tears of disappointment followed the  realization of what the failnre of their  plans meant, for neither bad doubted  tbat his request would be complied  ���������with, and she bad built many castles  ,ln the air on the strength of it. A few  dollars more a week added to their  distressingly small income would have  meant much to tbem. But, gazing at  I her husband sitting there utterly dejected and crushed, her heart went out'  to him in pity and love, and she moved  over to bis chair and put ber arm consolingly round his neck.  "Never mind.-Joe, boy," she urged;  "don't look so solemn. We're no worse  off than we were before.' and you'll  ���������:wln out some day."  She piaced her hand under bis chin  and raised his bead to kiss him. He  saw that she was smiling at bim encouragingly through her tears, but refused to be comforted.  "I made out the payroll today," he  aaid. '"three other men in the office  who also asked for a raise last month  got it,; so did Smith."  "What, Jlmsy?" she asked.  "I snid Smith. There's only one  Smith in the office.** ho replied somewhat surlily.  "Well. I'm glad for JImsy's sake he  got what be wanted."  "I think he told Williams to come  across with more money or he'd quit."  "How much did he nsk for?"  "Eighteen hundred."  "Eighteen   hundred?    My   gracious,  Isn't that finer*  "It means that he'll be getting nearly $5,000 a year now.   Great for hini.  Isn't it?"  .   "Yes, indeed It is."  "I saw Jlmay today. Asked him to  come to supper. He said bo would if  he could."  "1 wonder why he didn't?"  Hor husbund did not answer Immediately. Whon be did be burst out snv-  ogeiy:  "Suppose he thought wo couldn't afford It Two don't ont nu much on  three."  "Why. Joe, how absurd!" sho laughed, beginning to gather up tho supper  plates.   "Jlmsy known it's pot luck."  "That'B the troublo. Jlmsy knows���������  your mother knows���������Williams knows���������  everybody knows, und they'ro always  talking about how you'vo got to work  ond slave because you murrlcd mo and  all that sort of stun*."  "Jlmsy dooHn't."  "Weil, he thinks it, and your mother's always rubbing lt In. harping on  tbe samo old string���������tbat 1 ain't worthy of you, that it's a shnme tho way  you have to work nnd slave, that 1  don't seom to get along at all and tbat  you"���������  "Oh, don't mind mother; you know  her."  "Rhe never did wnnt us to marry."  "But d#nr old dad did. and- ho was  the ono 1 wanted to please���������after you,  Joe, of coumo. Mother la Just a bit  peculiar. I'm sure she doesn't under-  Ntiind me much, and I'm equally sure  that I dott't undcrNtnnd hor. so wo  \ won't bother about her.   Just sweep  Brooks went into the kitchen, donned  an apron from force of babit instilled  Into him by his wife, ever carefnl of  his clothes, and reappeared with a  carpet broom aud a dust clotb. He  was laboring under excitement, as was  manifest by the reckless manner in  which he used the broom. Finally,  with an expression of determination,  he said in a firm voice:  "Emma, you know it will be six  months or a year before I get another  chance at a raise���������unless, of course, *  quit and get a job somewhere else. I  was thinking tbat perhaps you're tired  and want to call it off."  "Call what off?"  "Why, everything���������the whole business. I menu our marriage." he said  desperately.  Her eyes opened wide with incredulous astonishment.  "You mean separation?"  ���������That's exactly what I mean."  "What foi>-because I'm tired?"  "Something like that"  :    "What an Idea!   You must have the  blues badly to talk .^uch nonsense as  that    Don't you V think it'would be as  well to wait until 1 complain?"  "Yoa have complained."  "No���������at least r can't remember.*'  "Not in words, but"���������  "But what?"  "Look here." he said impatiently  ���������"don't.'.you suppose I have eyes?: Don't;  you suppose 1 have feelings? I'ye seen  ..rft- know that you're sick of thl$  'drudgery and all the rest���������Blck ofXi\  and sorry. There's Smith with nw  fi*������ thousand���������be wanted you first  Yon could hnve"���������  She Interrupted bim sharply, bet  gftee ficshlr.c  ;  "Joe!"  "Well, 1 think"���������  "That's enough of that!"  "Oh, well." he declared sullenly,  turning away and dropping into a  chair.   "1 didn't mean"���������  She followed him and placed her  hand on bis shoulder.  "Joe, 1 married you because I loved  you." she said gently, "and for nothing  else In tbe world.    There wasn't any  Influence exfcept that, and that over-  |.came, all the rest���������mother and all of  | them."  I    "1 know all about that."  "There has beeu a little hard luck" ���������  "There has been a precious sight too  much of it."  "1 know you haven't been treated  right, but bad luck and ups and downs  are what a woman ought to expect  when she marries. She has to take  the bad as well as uie good, and su������������  ought to know enough to accept the  one as cheerfully ������s the other when  the bad ts nobody's fault; That..Is  ivbat I think, and that is what 1 have  tried to do. But there are some  things"���������:7   . ' '.'���������'  A, Xy. ;,. ���������  She paused, reluctant to carry her  ���������houghts further into words.  "Wbat ? You may as wen say all  rou've got to say 'while' you'relabout  t." he snapped. y  "It's just this," she went on. "Never  refer to J'itnsy. in the way you did. 1  married you. Joe. please try and  leave unsaid things that might make  me regret it."  ITo he continued.)  NOBLE ROLLING STONES  BRITISH     PEERS     WHO      HAVE  KNOCKED ABOUT A BIT.  Lord Hardwicke Has Mined In Many  Parts of the World and Has Escaped Death In Several Forma���������Lord  Lyvsden Has Been Actor, Steward  and Gardener^���������Earl of Egmont  Was Seaman Before the Mast.  VERSATILE NATURE;  the Late  Miss  Sydney A ully  Did  a  Great Deal   For Canadian Art.  One of Toronto's most giited women  passed away recently, and oddly enough very little was said about the  work done by her for Canadian art.  Miss Sydney Strickland Tully doubtless inherited her artistic talents from  her father, the late Kivas Tully, one  of the best known of local architects,  who left niany monuments for himself in the shape of public buildings,  but the daughter turned her gilts into  a different channel.. Canadian art is  still in its infancy,'and this, country  has produced but few painters who  could be described as. great. Nevertheless it may bu safely. aaid that  Miss Tully aid considerable work  whioh was entitled bo high praise, and  she contributed her share towards the  campaign which now bids fair to produce its fruit iu the form of national  art.  As Misa Tully studied in Europe, it  is only natural that she cnose most of  her subjects from the quaint Old  World environment, ond many of her  pictures could uot be called distinctly Canadian eitner. in subject or atmosphere. In Inter, years, ane devoted  herself more to figure work. There  was nothing exactly bold or original  about the puintiugs of MirfS Tully,  but she was lond ot soft melting colorings, whioh riomotiaies suggested ju*������t  a touch of the impressionistic. Tho  standard of her work is indicated by  the fact thut the artist was uot only  an associate of thu Canadian Royal  Academy, but i-lso exhibited in the  fanH Baion. Miss Tully's gifts were  not con lined to ah, for she also did  tome excellent work with her pen,  sotitrlbuting artiolus to several local  periodicals. Crunkrf on- tho subject of  hereditary migm be interested in this  brunch of her want because bhu happened tu be the urund niece of tne  lumous Mibs At'in.'d Strickland, whom  Ktorica, foundcu on 'historical, events,  aro probably thu very best of tneir  kind ever written for tne young puoplu  if England.  Open a British peerage book where  you will, nnd you can scarcely fa:l to  find u page that does not contain at  least ono "rolling-stone," in whoso  veins i1- nn adventurous strain which  haa carried him through many  strongc adventures before he subsided into the d'.gnity of the aristocrat oi the woarcr of a coronet. Indeed, you will find several of them  ���������wearing thoir coronets and helping to  make our laws to-day.  Few men have reached ..the:-House,  of Lords through stranger, -byways  than tho present Lord Hardw'cke--  enrl. viscount and���������;��������� baron::...::"'When',",  he says, "ns a young man of twenty-  four, I left England for a Tasmanian  mine. 1 had no more idea that I  should ever succeed to a title than  the average working man."  In 1894 this peer-to-be was plying  his pick in a silver-lead V mine in  Tnsmania; a year later hi? was busy,  pegging-out claims in the West Aus-'  tralia goldfinlds. From Australia ha  wandered all over the world on his  roundabout way to the gold mines of  South Africa. ".-���������.  "For ten years," his lordship recalls, "I worked like a nigger, on  wages which once sank as low as 5?.  a day. I could tell you of long night|  shifts underground, at a temperature  of 95 degrees, when there were 42  degree? of frost up above; and of  more than one escape irom a violent  death."  Courtenay Robert Percy, third (and.  present) Lord Lyveden, can look  back on a carser even niore advenr  turous. before the House of* Lords  opened its doors to give him welcome;  The son of a country parson, he was  a private in the ARdyal Artillery before most youth.; .of his class have  left Eton. Throwing off his uniform,  he had a spell, as-'strolling actor before launching on the singular and  varied career which led him by devious ways to his coronet.  Among the many roles he played  during these wandering years were  those of ship-steward, ship-caterer,  and market-gardener. In one menial  post or another he roamed all over)  the earth; on one memorable day  narrowly escaping drowning, only  to have a still narrower escape, an  hour later, from . falling masonry  shattered by an earthquake.  Only last year another,, famous  "rolling-stone" disappeared from the  roll'of peers in the person of Augus-  tusAArthurV Earl of Egmont, viscount  andl' threefold baron,���������<��������� who,, five-and-  twinty years v before he came to rhis,  unexpected earldomi .was working as.  a common seaman hefore the. mast*  "thus following in the footsteps of the  late: Earl of: Aberdeen, who was wash-  edy<overbdard to his death before he  even A began to thinkV of claiming his  titles."/ *.. "y;y ���������''������������������':"���������"���������  Wearying of the .high seas the  future Earl of Egmont came to Lon-  don and put on a "fireman's helmet  for a time, before A finding a snug  berth as keeper of Chelsea Town Hall, i  A spell of work in a Cheshire saltmine was followed by a trip to South  Africa, from which he was summoned to his titles and his thousands of  acres in Sussex'ahd Ireland.  Lord George Drummond, heir to  the Perth earldom, some forty years  ago turned his back .^n. England and  shipped as a stevedore, and played  in succession the unaristocratic parts  of porter, packer, and night-gateman  on a railway, before ill-health put  an end to hia activities; and, it is  said, he owed his support, for some  time before his death to his wife's  busy and devoted needle. A  Thus, as we turn over tho leaves  of the peerage, the strange panorama  of romance passes before our eyes.  We see Lord Leitrim's brother and  heir stoking his wuy across the Atlantic to herd cows, as the present  Earl of Caithness is said to have done  before him, on his Berriedale ranch.  "I was tired of London society," this  heir to the Leitrim earldom said before starting. "I have found that it  is nil artificial and unreal. So I  havo decided that if I stuck to London druwing-rooms my life would  ferment into mere froth liko those of  the nobility around me."  Other scenes in onr panorama exhibit u brother of the Earl of Hare-  wood in his showman's van, presenting his "automatic pictures" to gap-  ing crowds of rustics at country fairs;  the late Enrl of Seafield toiling at hln  hedging and ditching on New Zou-  land farms; my Lord Fairfax plying  his pen nt a banker's donk in Now  York; tho latft Earl ot Buchan pocketing hit* modest foos as jockey; and  tho fourth Earl of Wilton busking it  on the bench at Brighton, whilo tho  family solicitor was on bin way to  announce that ho had succeeded to  an earl's coronet and a scat in tho  Houbo of Poors.  ApR0rVHSIH8 SHOT.  Cadet   Hagarty   Haa   Twice   Headed  -ist  ot Canadians.  Cadet Lieut. D. Oaler Hagarty. who  has twice distinguished himself as the  best shot sent by Canada to the boys'  Bisley ui London. England- is a native of Toronto.  He is a son of Principal E. W. Hagarty, of the Harbord-Colegiate Institute. Born August 9. 1834, hu is now  only I" years, of age.  fie per -d the HighjSchool entrance  examination when twelve years of age.  Owing to his physique he was enrolled  in the Harbord Cadets at the age ol  thirteen, and early distinguished tnui  self as a good shot at tiie 'lorunio  Armories, ln the summer of 190t-\ iu  the Canadian Rifle League competi-  i tiou. he made tha score ou the  strength oi which he was selected ae  one oi two cadets to represent Canada  for the irst time at the uuys' bisley  ou Umpire Day, May 24, 1U0U, being  then only fourteen years of age. On  thai occasion his mother accompanied  him, and was the first woman to be  taiien lor a cruise bri'the.Dreadnought  afterwards receiving a handsjuie. present, consisting of a case of i'lenc!'  cut tjlass. trom Lord Roberts aa &  recognition ot her patriotism iu ac-  couipanying the lad to Euglaiia.  tia got seventh place in the, grand  aggregate competition for the Priucea.-  oi Wales' gold medal.  He has twice captained in Caimd.i  Lord Roberts' team at Ottawa ior uoys  under, sixteen  years of  age.  At the boys' Bisley of lull he captained the Canada A team who su vii:-  tmguished themselves in the "kuuttfc-  out" contest- with the best cadets iu  England, Australia and boutu Airica..  ana won the teaui aggregate fur the  meeting. He carried on as prize*  three gc'J inedals, a match rifle and'  a tidy little sum uf money.  lie is six feet in heigbt, is a clt-ver  Rugby and hockey" player, and aloo  excels ou the violin, being instructed  in the latter by another <H,atiiiguisue;l  Harbora graduate, Mr. frank rial-  bnaus. the representative ot Canada  at Coronation in tha sWO yards' race.  DAINTY TRIFLES.  Novel Desserts That Appeal Alike  tc Children and Paterfamilias.  USES OF ICE CREAM CONE.  Something tbe GiHs at a Luncheon  Party Pronounced "Perfectly Wonderful"���������-Try Serving lo* Cream Witb  Apple Pie.  Freezers of the smallest size bave  made it the work of a few moments  to prepare a pint of cream or of custard for freezing.  This renders it possible tq combine  tbe frozen  tidbit with other desserts  during the warm weather to tbe great  improvement of the latter.  ;V To the children  tho little Inverted'  cone of vanilla cream surmounting o  Progress   I n  Edmonton.  The Edmonton   Journal    wants   to  know  wuat  is the matter with holding a national exhioition iu Ed^oii-  tou, say in the year* 1914.    This sug-^  gestiou is thrown out apropos of re-  cenl vast  cuanges   which   have   beeu  taking   place   in   the  capital  city   oiy  Alberta.   Edmonton is one of .the west-!  em  v'iwes  -which..-has   become   uiores  tnan a jumping-off place tor get-rich-;  quick investors.'--People have begun to-;  go   to   l������dniimion,  to see  Edmuutou,'  jubt ns tbey stop off for a fear days iti!  VJuebec, iu.������utreal and Toronto.'; Next-  year two ot the largest bodies which  ..annually'-convene in Canada, .will hol<l.  tiieiir gatherings iri Edmonton ���������������������������y the'  Canadian. MeUical Aaspciatiou and lite.  P res by terian (jeaerai- Asseai bly.' W hat-  is helping -along this tourist and coil  veutiou trek to Edmonton, is the rail-'  way boom laking place .there: vliy this  tuu-i uext year tne G.T;P. will be wWlii  into the mountains, perhaps tappiy^i  tne  Peace  Rivtir country,' where the:  CiS.K. expects: to havo landed.    The-  road to Atnabaisca Landing sboiild be  in toiicli  with the waterways, of the;  uorui.    Also, at the same date, it is,  possible that theVC.P.R. will have run'  its tirst train into the city, and linked  up    Edmonton    with    tatrathcoua.���������  ounamau Courier. A  "Charley" Shaw.  One of the really unique personalities among Canadian writers passed  away a few weeks ago in the person  of.Charles Lewis Shaw of-Winnipeg.  Although for several years past, Mr.  snaw nad confined himself to ms  nuui-drum existence of a lawyer in  tne capital of Manitoba, there was a  usiii wr.su he sai well Uac.va ia tha  east. In* his youth, his adventurouy  spirit made him seek the uncertain,  career of tb war correspondent, and  m* journeyed up the Nile with the  relief expedition to Khartoum. He  won his tame chiefly by writing about  Africa,.'. and he made extensive use  of his material'collected in the Dark  Continent.  Before going to the west, "Charlie".  Shaw was connected for some time  with a Toronto daily.' It was frequeut-.  ly said he was a magazine writer ruth-;  er than a newspaper man. and he ud-j  mitted'the charge. He was in the;  habit ot saying with regard to that  description of his work: "1 have never!  been able to make out whether or uot  it iB a compliment. Some people say!  it to me, and 1 feel that I am a peg  above my job, while others say it a0  that I carry away an impression tha'j  1 am earning my salary under tula<4  pretences."-���������Saturday  Night/  oooKEsa o&sa.  bated apple or ������ sancer of berries iff  luxury exemplified, and even paterfamilias will smile upon tbe novelty.    '  The cream or water ice is so easy to"-,  do tbat Lizzie or Bridget will uot object to the slight additional trouble IS  her own portion is carefully reserved  for her. ,  Besides the fruit desserts just men-,  tioced a cone of cream tn vanilla os .,  other   flavor   is   extremely   good   on ,  many: kinds of pudding.  On brown betty, bread, fruit tapioca  and even rice pudding lt is highly preferable to fresh cream or sauce, tc  most minds, and ls not more Indigestible.  At.a girl's luncheon the otber day,  chocolate  layer  cafee  waa  served  &������  dessert with a spoonful ot coffee ice.,  cream on eacb portion, and the young  guests were delighted with it  The improvement which a tablespoonful of lee cream makes in a portion of pie needs no mention here, and  to many palates muskmeion is never  quite, so delicious as wben filled witb'  that of vanilla flavor, but few housekeepers perhaps are aware how mucb  a small quantity ot water Ice adds to  a saiplcon ot fruit served in glasses.  whatever tbe flavoring employed for  tbe, fruit mixture.  y: Duchess cake, prettily decorated. i������  EUghty good for a summer deasert^AV  To make tbe cake trim a cake round,'  cut it In two, sprpad wltb butter icing and place together. Decorate with*  white frosting, angelica and cherries."  Tha Retort Apropos.  A bUftlneaft life had oct>n IiIh school.  In butlnrpii |i*rmi* he chnu* tn time b������r.  "Let ue,",������*.ld ne. "our \rw0 poni-'  Join *rUh m������, d������������.r, xo turn* m. rowrtter.'*  to Uie conneqnen.es. however hurd lo I ������l> * M*. Will you, whllo I waah the  |������ear. boolog for tbe better times itwr    dlahea? Jlmay mny droo In by aud by."  "I thupt," ������M "he. "t>������������ time to nnd  it you, ara rated roho or ond. ���������urct.  In deals like this, though love be olinrt.  tt6% muffh'Oaptnde on.uun ana  brad*  street."  ���������Chloago Tribune.  - Beaelokneea.  Church���������I fiee u wnmnh haa Iom������ two,-  iKK worth of Jeweiry on nu ocean  Me������m������*r,  Unthum���������Woll, people are liable to  lo������e a lot or thing* ou u inwnuuutp.-.  Vonkert tiUttei-mMU.  Humoring a Lunatic.  Somo yenra ngo a very wealthy man  in England got it into his head thnt  ho had lost nil.his monoy. To pacify  him his sons told him that thoy hnd  Hnvcd tho remnants of tho ostate nnd  wcrp nblo to off>*r him employment  ns a clerk. At $7.50 a week ho worked us happy na a princo for tho last  twenty yenra of hia life. When h������  died hia outato amounted to nearly  915,000,000.  Browning's Addren.  Curloui mlRftlvcB nro frequently  dent to tho Browning Hall at Walworth. London. "Letters addressed  to Browning Hull, E8q., havo como  to UBi" records u writer Jn "Follow-  nhlp." whilat on ono or two occmiona  nome oHt'.mublo folk, hopclcaflly oh>  livlouk of the lllght of timo, havo do.  manded "tho prenunt nddroas o< Mr,  Robert Browning."  He Will Bo MlBflcd.  Urinh Wilson, the veteran from Leo...  nox-Addington, has delivered his swan  eong in Parliament after twenty-five!  years' continuous aervico.   When tne,  electora of the Eastern. Ontario constituency come to mark their ballots,  in a few weeks' time thu name of Wilson will b������ misflltig therefrom.   Uriah'  gooa bnclc, to Wi������ shoe storo in Nnpu-'  nee.  He wna for many yenra the chief  expert of the Opposition on tho que**  tion of immigration.   Each -session he  contributed much time'nnd attontlou  to thia, and hih views nnd suggestion*  always received consideration by thf  ���������Government.   But after hia twonty-flve  ���������years spent under the lenderahip oi^  Sir J. A. Mncdonnld, 81r John Abbott.  Sir John Thompson,  8lr   MacltenBlo*  UowelU Sir' Oharle* Tupper and Mr.'  It.  L.  Borden, he deaervoa thu  roati  hu ia seeking.   The new ParlJnnmtiV  will aecm strange for a time without'  Ihe fnmillnr preafiico of Uriah.���������tint*  urday Night.  The Thtee-Seulon Parliament.  The Parliament, which Ima just  la-en dlaaolved, was reuinrknblo tor  {thu few change** which \<h>\< pluce iu  tho memberahin oi thu Housu. Thero  wan ouly oue dtuith, that ol Ur. Uarr,  oi Dufferin. and only three bye-elo#-  tioud. Theae wvre in Dulfcrln, wlwrii  John A, Beat replaced Ur. Uarrj In  North Essex, where Oliver Wilcox ������uo*  otiedi-d Hon. .:. F, 8utht'rl������nid, up-  pointed to thu biMicn; uud in Drum-  moud and ArtlinbacUu, where Mr.  L.uuu Lnveriffi?, npiKjiiiied to the *���������������������������  nte, was repmct-d oy Mr. Uilb^rt,, Ne>  iloualiat.  A GIRL'S ROOM.  Should Be a "Homey Looking," Cozy  Apartment  A girl can learn nothing more useful  than the simple trick of having ber  own   room   beuutiful.   attractive   and  clean.    It is  not  always possible to>  have Sue furniture, but one ean bave  a "homey looking" room.    One thins  is absolutely necessary, a room must  be clean.    A few picfires. clean bedspreads,   pretty   linen   dresser   pieced  and   chair   cushions   are   necessary.  Coyer the trunk (if kept In the room>  with  a  cretonne  cover,   and  have a.  scrap  basket to hold little odds and)  ends, which must be burned.   On the*  table   have   well   selected   books and  magazines.   .Keep gay postal cards' lu>  a neat postal card book.   Do not decorate the wails with them. for. pretty as-  many are. tbey ttoon bang crooked audi  mako a  room look  untidy.    Have a  place for shoes, for if anything inakes  a room upset it is'a pair ot tan shoes-  lying  plgeontoed  under the bed and  another pair of black ones under the  dresser.    Keep the> closet tn order am  that when the door la opeued you will  not be ashamed to bnve any oue hco  how you keep your clothes.    If you  put thing nwuy un you use them you  can have a room like this.   Bnve one  palm or tern gruco your room, and it  it dlos get a new ono.  Gettlno Rid of Fllee.  "We do not use Bcroonn In our tipper windows, yot nro novor troubled!  with tiien nnd only ocenalonally by a  Dfcifi'aquHo," aaid a careful bousokecpor.  "For nn hour onoh morning tho windows nnd abutter-- nro opened .wldo to ,  nlr nnd Hun, but very onrly tbe rooraa  nro put In order,' This monnn that all  duflt la. carefully removed, nnd that oil  crockery W dry and perfectly clean.  Tbon the bllndn nro cioaiid nnd tho  curtains pnrilaiiy droWnrionviug tow  room dark and cool und nwcet���������not ot  oil Attractive to Men. o������ retiring ww  iaiivo tho niiuttora cloned and une,  cundlCK fbr light, been uho they glvw  MUlllcient light without dlffuntng much  boat or attracting tnHecta, 1 hnve nW  or beon troubled wltb moths in robma"  no trouted. I keep nil the houno rntb>  er dark during Intenuo hont, nn It id  cool nnd rofrnnhtng nfter the bot glaro  outside, but eevonil times eaeh week I  let in plenty of Mimnhlne to dimpoi any  poHHlble dampnexi-, and there m an  nbundunco or tw*ti nlr at all tlmoa."  Tha Blaok Velvet Band,  fnahlon huu biMitpbt-bflokrlnto bains  tho UKe ofthe runrtor tneb blnek vol-  vet hand urnun't the top of the lac*  eollnr, it la orniunentod with tiny  ���������lldea of rut steel or brilliant*, The**  cno be ootight ready to wear In tbv~  French Jewelry department* of UMr  largo ahop������a V  >^^^y^nrr^isii  ���������* ������������������-,  ^J***  THE    CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW.  FOUR POPULAR PLOWS:  JEWEL   HIGH-LIFT GANG,  JEWEL  HIGH-LIFT SULKEY GANG,  BEAVER    HIGH-LIFT  GANG,  EMPIRE  CHIEF   WALKING   GANG.  mCULfgJRp  ^FltiTOKfc������H  FEEDING A WARSHIP.  Have You a Copy  - it-fefkee;  OUR BEAUTIFUL  CATALOGUE Ik-  LUarTRATED -  ft lathe k>������8.t exclusively PurO������>  'Octnsatfa. It contains  - one hundred llluatrew  tion* sand description*  of the latest New YerR,  London, and Parle style  In ladle**, men's,  mint  and ohildren8* flare.  Do not-fair to write to-di  &. oopy of thia authentic'  book���������sent FREE tb any  on application.  of lUs Catalogue  Wtttrfof It Ifc-Day  y  **>..  ^  We B������ay,all Mall or Express  Oharses to your town, no  matter where you may  live, on all  purchases  of $100.00 and over.  When buylngliy  maii from this  house you  are-  protected by  the following;  guarantee!  THB  JEUERS-GOUGH  GUARANTEE  p������m receipt you -And that  Fur*  for  any   r������������������on  ���������a.tiaf������ctoryi write your  Address on tho eutsldo of"  ty    return ttionqi in ten'  WE ARE THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE m>^ e&T��������� tt&'SX'ZFSS %Z T.  FURRIERS m THE BRITISH EMPIRE   ^ cn������������fS'SSSS ffST^ M 9*'  end have reached! this position by merit and merit alone. Our styles are exclusive and correct,  and our immense turnover enables us to give values that are impossible in the ordinary  way of doing business.     We guarantee ever; fur that bears our label.  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WRITE FOR CATALOGUE TO-DAY  ������������������������������������������������������a-ssssa-BBSSs-a-BSsa-BB-BBB  I" The Seilers-Gough Fur Co., Limited  The largest Exclusive Furriers in title British. Empire  I   | TORONTO  Tlie JUargest Exclusive Furriers in t&e British. Empire m  MONTREAL I  Save one or two turkey wings. They  are the best brushes in the world to  use around a stove, and splendid for  sweeping closet ��������� shelves. Weight the  wing tip with iron until it dries.  A pleasant medloino for ohlldron is  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator, and  thero Ib nothing hotter for driving worms  from tho system.  Admire a woman and she will admire your, good taste.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  Ever notice that a train is nearly  always late when you are early?  :  It was a small boy who said: "A  Boft aunt, sir, turneth away wrath."  The most convenient ond cheapest  of all disinfectants to use in the cellar  is quicklime. It may be placed in  dishes, in bins or cupboards, or scattered loose in dark, damp corners.  Vory many persona dio annually from  cholera and kindred summer complaints,  who might havo been saved if pioper  remedies had beon used. If attached, do  not delay in getting a bottlo of Dr. J. D.  Kollogg's Dysentery Cordial, tho medicine  that never fails to effect a ouro. Those  who have used it Hay .it acts promptly,  and thoroughly subdues tho pain and dis*  onso.  Wliat great wrong should be righted  noxt? We should havo at least two  grinding at once.  No ono.would listen to you talk if  he didn't know it was his turn next.  Sold in all parts of the World.  Canada's Mod: Brilliant Representative.  It has proved its superiority over scores  or other makes, and has won popularity  solely on its merits.  ItV good for your shoes. ;      t  THE P. F. DALLEY CO., Limited,  HAMILTON, Oot.,    BUFFALO, N. Y.   and   LONDON, Rn*  When the skin burns and is harsh  to the touch it does not need water.  It should be cleansed with cold cream  and wiped' with a soft cloth, then  sponged with 'a mild solution of  benzoin and alcohol.  How's This?  Wl offer One Hundred Dollars Reward ioi cat*  tae ot Catarrh tbat cannot be cured by t-.air  ������tarrb Cure.  "  .. CHENEY ft CO. loieai.    ������  We, the undermined, have known F. J. Chcne>  or the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly hon  mblo tn all buslnpsa transactions and financially  tble to carry out any obligations made by his flrm,  Wamjino, Kinnan A Mahvin,  Wholesale PruBBlsts, Toledo O  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally nctlnd  Itreotly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces o������ thi  lyatem. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cent* Ob������  tottle. Sold by nil DruiralaU. .a  Take Hall's Family Fills for coMtlp.niop  Said Mr. Bullion to his intended  son-in-law:  "Have you fixed up the date for the  wedding yet, young man?"  "That," replied the tactful young  man, "I shall leave entirely to Mary.'*  "And what kind of nn affair it it  going to be? Do ,you want, it done in  stylo, or would ybu prefer it to be ft  quiet show?"  Tho young mon considered for a moment.' Then ho .said:  "I think, sir,, I should lcavo that entirely, to Mrs.'Bullion."  "Um! And what is tho amount of  your income P"  "Oh, that, sir," answered tho pleasant young follow, "I���������I leave that entirely to you, Mr. Bullion,"  Oomfort Por the Dyspeptic���������Thero is no  ailment, no harassing and exhausting as  dyspepsia, which arUos from defective action of tho stomach and llvor, and the  victim of it is to bo pitted. Yet ho onn  And ready jreliof in Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills, a preparation that has established  Itself by years of eifootivo use, There are  pills that aro widoly advertised an the  greatest ever eompoundod, biit not ono of  them ean ranlc in value with Parmolooa.   ��������� 'i  Novel snndwichcB for nltM-noon ten.  are mado by mixing cream ehcoBO and  ahredded salmon Btealc. Tho mixture  Ib spread on salt wafers, hot toast or  thin buttered slice* of rye bread,  ���������Hill���������IISH    ��������� i..|ll IWIP m..m������*<tmi'V  Tho brightest high nohool girl in  Chicago, it is said,, known how to  cook.   Then sho is bright. -  "'' i  , , y     VVheh you pay out a dollar,'do'you  growl in a. way indicating that you,arc  in lovo with it?  That is a poor way.  ���������W ���������> wm  THE STRANGE PEER.  59!  His Nonchalent Debut In the British  House of Lords.  On one occasion a gentlemainly appearing individual walked boldly up.  |the steps of St. Stephen's, London,-  ^passed the���������v-arioua-r^ffioials.--.tesned*  ���������into the House of Jj&rds 'passage and  dn a self-possessed manner entered the  robing room. "-A    AAA    V A  ��������� "Lord iformanby's robes."������������������'"'���������.  The  attendant looked ���������surprised.  ��������� "But, my lord"���������he began.  , "I know ifc-^ absurd.*' said the.  stranger, "but my- tailor cannot finish  my- robe3-in.^time;-and-I raest--a4-tead-  .this sitting. Lord NormanbyV was so,  Ikind as to. offer-^-Ybu understand?"  ��������� "Oh, certainly, my lord," responded.  tthe rober.  -''-���������.-  1 The crimson and ermine was produced and donned, and the pseudo  peer strolled into the house, where a  Jew peers were waiting, administered,  a series of affable nods right and left  ���������and finally took Ahis place on the  'woolsack. ������������������������������������ y '������������������'  For full thirty seconds he sat there,  while those present7 tried ' to collect  their faculties. The^i he slowly arose  and, remarking, to the Vclerk, "How  .stupid of me���������I now. remember I  .have an appointment elsewhere," retired from the cha,mbex. In .the robing room he remarked, "Thank ALoid  Nofmanby and tell his lordsniip I  have just recalled a pressing appointment with the king."  "Yes-,  my  lord.    What  name?"  "What name?" echoed the other, in  assumed astonishment? "What name?  Really, my good fellow, you must be  careful���������very careful. "It does hot do  to forget yourself in this assembly (  But I will overlook your slip this  time.   Good morning."    '  That evening it was known at the  Beefsteak Club that Banister, the  actor, had won a;bet of $250.,  Hie Stress and Strain of the Stoker**  Calling.  "Full speed ahead I Shake her up!"  ihouts the navigating lieutenant on  the bridge of the battleship.'The listener hears, the.o "ding-dong" of the  engine-rbomVtelegraph-beli as the indicator is swung over to theV extreme A  point of the dial; the engineer below  pulls a huge lever, and opens the  thrpttle-vilve t-o admit more steam Ato V  the engine, and the Vessel lashes the  sea into an- angry foam as its propellers thrust it forward through the  waves.      y-yy yy y >    ..  That is the outward. and .yisJMejiart  ofthe execution of the order, butAdegp  down in the hull of the ship, perhaps  below the water-line, there are souls  to whom the command is; quite as  significant, and upon whom the officer  ia dependent for the extra speed he  requiresi   VyA;- .xy-x'  Working ;iii white duck trousers, often stripped to Jhe waist, the stokers  When troubled with fan  rashes,eczema, or eny skin  disease apply Zam-Bn!c:  Surprising how quickly it ������asa������  ihe smarting and itinjia^l Also  cures cuts, burns, sores and piles.  Zam-Buk is madefrom pnreher>  . !*al-������aaenc������8.~No animal fats*=-iio  mineral poisons. Finest healer I  Jhii03itUan<SStor*tE<i*ryvik���������r������.  ams  a#  *j&  T  asss  W. N. U., No. 112.  Liked Colored Shirts.  "Whether iCing George will ever be,  the leader of fashion that his father  was time alofce can tell," gravely  states a publication devoted toi styles  in men's clothing. "King Edward was  known to have the largest wardrobe  of any monarch in the .world. He  kept in readiness about 200A. suits of  ���������one kind or another,A as many shirts  for various occasions afctdV upward of  100 hats and caps. About 50v of these  suits were removed each year from  the active lists knd became?perquisites of his two valets.  "Six thousand, dollars was figured  as an estimate of the value of his regular-wardrobe,-' but in this amount  his numerous uniforms were the most  extravagant consideration. He was  honorary colonel of more than 30 regiments and thus required about 100  uniforms ready for use at any moment.  "It is interesting to know that he  did not pay the high prices for his  general apparel that might be supposed. A pair of trousers oost him from  $10 to $15; lounge suits $50 and evening clothes $75. The society men of  ; to-day often pay much more for similar garments.  ��������� "The late King's taste in dress was  not so much that of the exquisite as  that of a smartly attired man.     To  ���������wear what was most becoming was  [his interpretation of the art of being  ',well dressed. Englishmen at one time  ���������'(wera extremely conservative in regard to their clothing and were very  islow to adopt any radical change in  i style. Colored shirts, tan shoes, the  : Alpine hat and numerous other accessories did not go in England until  sanctioned by the late King Edward."  Not Popular Even There.  ' Winston Churchill, writes an Englishman, is certainly not * a popular  man. He was an unpopular boy at  school; he was unpopular in the  army; he is unpopular in'the Houso  :of Commons. But he is a good fighter  and a hard hitter and can carry a  'political meeting as few other Parliamentarians can to-day. . ;  ! A story is told, illustrating Chur-  ���������ohiU's unpopularity which, while un-  jtrue on the face of it, nevertheless  Aoonveys a good deal of truth. Tho  .aceno is laid at the dinner table at  {Windsor Castle. Churchill is present  *aa Minister in attendance on tha  fKing. During a lull in tho conversation tho Homo Seoretary is overheard  (saying to tho lady beside him:  ��������� "Of oourse I know I'm awfully un-  ���������popular; this is about the only place  [left that I'm asked to."  t Whoroupon His Majesty, leaning  jforwiiTd, intorjectod,. "Commanded,  jMr. OhurohiU, commahdod."  ��������� - -         i   " ,.. ,        '  Thackeray's Memory.  !��������� It was not only his monoy that  iThaokeray gave to boys; ho waB al-  ;waya willing to dovoto hia time to  ���������amusing thom. He would tako them  ;to tho pantomime, and he would  givo thom a dinner first. Ono ono  joccasion ho took Horman Morivnlo,  ;than a. lad, to dinner' at tha Garrick  ;olub. Years later Morivale ankod tho  Igroat man if ho remembered having  ���������done bo. "Why, of courso," said  ���������Thackeray promptly; "and, what in  more, I remember I gavo you boof-  ,,etook    and    apricot   omolot."     The  iroung man was dolightod that his  lost ahould recollect ovon tho dota'Jn  of tho ontortainmont and oxprosaod  hiB eatisfaotion. "Yoa," aaid Thac-  oruy, twinkling, "I always gavo boya  boofstonk and aprioot omolot."  Ths English Husband.  j A poor wonian in a London parish  ���������was oonnuHlng mo in connection with  iher domoHtio troubles, and thoro waa  ��������� aomo doubt as to whether hex mar-  .rial was n legal ono. inasmuch a> hor  l"huaband" (aa aho Had Aust diicovnr*  ���������od> appeared to"havo a wifo living  jli>uii������ whom hu hnd suparatud, Tho  iwomon'a pathiHic inquiry waa, "If ho  ii not my huaband, what right, haa he  ,to knook tne aboutP"���������A Clergyman,  in. London Spectator.  erapTre freely, as "they trim Vthe coal,  ank the fixes, and generally arrange  for the   replenishing   of   the energy",  which the ocean greyhound is expending.   .-..'.: Xxx:A.  The temperature is high���������well above  that of which we have been* complaining during A the recent drought; the  working apace is necessarily confined,  and the hard, manual labor is intensified by the action of the bending required for the work.-/  A The engineers and, shipbuilders have  carried out their contract, the artificers have tehiiea- axid kept every pare  ot the. mighty machine ia perfect order, but it depends upon the stoking  toAprdduoei' the speed from 'the vessel :  whioh it was intended she should at  tain.   -,  Hia Mai eaty King George popularii  ed himself among the stoker ratings  of the "service when,Aon hia' trip toV'  Canada, he went balowvand=joined, theT  men making up the Area .of the Indomitable, and there isV no* doubt that  liis Majesty realized in practiced fash-^'  ion the value of,the work carried on,  unseen on deck, at all the-battle pfao-  tioes and manoeuvres. A ������������������.'   y -:xi ������������������-'������������������' ��������� A- X  The stoker is subject to many and  great dangers, as illustrated'by the,  recent aocident on ; the torpedo-boat  destroyer Kangaroo when ofi Beachy.-;  Head on July 21st. The vessel was-'  carrying out speed trials, the engines'  being urged to their, utmost capacity,  when aA ateam-pipe burst. The, accident was such asV might occur t<> any  boiler, marine or btherwiI'e,Athe power  of superheated steam being so tremendous that the slightest undetected -  blow-hole or flaw in a pipe may develop into a split under pressure at  any time, ahd the inevitable result is  a deadly: rush of steam from the frae*  turevyA, yA-  There was a pressure of 200 pounds  .to-the square inch in the boilers when-  the catastrophe occurred; two men  were killed outright, and four others  seriously injured before their comrades  could effect a rescue.  The escaping cloud of steam was visible from Beachy Head; four andra*  half miles from the destroyer.  Stokers do not join the service as  boys, like seamen; they are recruited-  between the ages of 18 and 23 years  (25 in special oases) from able-bodied"  men who can pass the physioai testa  and standards.  They sign on for either a period of  twelve years as "continuous stdkera,  or as "special service" stokers for five  years with the active fleet and seven  with the Royal Fleet Reserve.  A Vegetable   "Admirable   Crichton."  Probably the most useful tree In  the world is the cocoanutpalm, every  portion of which is put to good use^y  A ������*W V* U*������A    .  .  40 UOUU m>V* K������ k������*******������,  houses, -for .making   furniture   and  farm implements and countless other,  ��������� articles, .' Hollowed out. it makes a  canoe. Its leaves are used for thatching, leaf-Btalks for. paddles and fishing lines.   The blossoms in bud make  /preserves and pickles, besides serving  as a staple vegetable.  From tho pith of the trunk is do.  rived a kind of sago, and from the.  flowers sugar and vinegar. The ripe  cocoanut is a valuable article of diet.  The white kernel produces a delicious  cream, a good substitute for milk;  while the oil is used as a lubricant  for soap and candle-making. It la  also applied to counteract the stings  of scorpions. The refuse of the oil,  or oilcake, is valuable   as   food tor,  : animals and poultry, and as fertiliser,  for tho soil. Frpm the shell, drink-  ing cups, spoons, lamps, firewood,  and even tooth-powders aro obtained.  Tho husk supplies fibre for ihattreBses  and oushions, brusheB, and mats,  ropes' cable-nets, and even tho har.  noss for bullocks.' The web sustaining the foot-stalks Is made into  strainers and torches.  The treo also acts as a conductor  in protecting hojuses from lightning.  NUtK  Nubs, a* n rule, contain littlo water,  much fat, aro rich In protein and hava  been regarded ns more or Ichs lndl������  COHtlblo. The Indlgestlnlilty In nuts  Ik said to bo largely due to lnsufflciont  mn'sticntlon and to tbe fact that thoy  are Often eaten when not needed, ar  after a hearty meal or Into at nlabt,  ���������  '_ t, Xii-ni,.  : AVyANT������D ��������� Eepresentatives, either  sex, locally, on "goods necessary aa  h'read; salary two dollars per day and  commission; experience unnecessary.  J. L.iNichols & Co., Limited, Toronto.  The "Wellington" Mat  for men. Canadian-made. Guaranteed best hat value in Canada.  ��������� All sizes- and shapes in soft and  stiff felts. Ask your Dealer, or  write at once to v  CHAS.   C. -PUNCHARD 3s.  CO.,  '���������'.���������������������������'��������� VTbrohto, 'Ont.  yiEST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER ANO CHILD.  vim,-WzwgiAjw'B Soothji������o 8vts.vr fasa twes  =ed for over SIXTY Y9ARS by MIti,ION������ of  \10THBH3 for their CHIl^DKBN*' WHOM  l'UKTHINO. with PSRPI������C 8UCCB80. W  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOP1UN8 the GDV8X  AI.I.AYS ������11 PAIN: CURBS VTOTD COUC *������i  is the beat remedy for I>IAKa*303A. It Is ���������������  solutely harmless. Be sureoiad uk tor "t&s&  Wi&slow'a 8obthfn& Syrup," ftnd take so cifluMf  kind.   T*renty-five cenUa bottle.  -      EMPIRE GUN  $63  A British Made���������British proved rHam-  merless Gun possesses all the Greener  features���������hard hitting, far- shooting  lasting wear, simplicity, and strength,  will last a Generation. % - ���������>,  , Send a postal for descriptive booklet  U. I.  v W. .W. GREENER,  63, 65 Beaver  Hali  Hill   ':  MONTREAL, P. Q. {  A   TREATISE  Oothe "*  w..m^Jr^W^S:  vpcjcisr  rcr, yoa  freel  iihattellsyodl  ���������':,; V,WO-'  this book 1  , :������1I  about .'.Mbw^'fdlSy.l  hi tineo and noT������; to cure  Athem������ Call Vfor. ,il'������������.  IV your local dniKflst or write us.  KEN������ALK.'S  siwm-iwM*'       It curs* Spavin. Onrti,] SpHa*.  Ingbons or any otiitr UmstUsi. ovkkly and s>My  ; al small sxpans*. IU*d wbat UaOfcllcsa,of Hnnl������.  -A.. Oft;m^������l>������^fj^j  i'U toninabU.  ,SlnBl  . ���������..., Onti m-lipV&lJ*  V r. rrank(IVMMb o������ BUnch������.QiM.  -mitMi  -t*lH������Ms Tnal  tV������''..>S-p*������lnCu  _ mix! wa ������o������r  mat lu������e#w ������od Bra tt ���������  ���������BC1  ft.  , ualft)na prtc*  ct  Jf tntUM tbrTtOO.  i-fSBTj          ; WrtUo*.  . **C������:. ,.:, wnuns.     (- ^  1B. J. KBI������akJL CttHVAinr  To.prosorve matting OovoHnfe on any  floor and keep it perfectly sanitary,  go over it first with a damp cloth, lot  dry A thoroughly, and then givo it a  thin oont of varnish. ���������  Minard's Liniment cures burns,  etc.  , ��������� ��������� . i    ,  ���������    ." ��������� *��������� y *    , *i   1  Would you rather have thd Jiym-  pnthy of the nnder dog, or tho euccoao  of tho dog on top? .      , ,  When Ybu  Of the psin which many women experlenoe with-every  month it makes the |entleneis and kindness always associated with womanhood seeat to be almost. a jntl/tf^e.  While in general no woman rebels a^slnat. what she regard* as a natural necessity there Is no woman who would  not gladly be free from this recurring period of pain', y  Or. P/erce'a Fmvorlf Pr������������criptlon <������#*������������������.   ��������� ',x  irejilr   women   mtronQ  and ulett  wommm  woll. mnd j}Jre������ them freedom trom Bmlm.  it eetabllel.ee regularity, eubduee tntlam������        ������������������>  nation, heale ulceration mnd *fij*#������ ti*  ���������   male M/eaknee*.  "Siok women tire Invited to oonault us by Utter, ftt$.  All oorrespondenoe strictly private and sseredly oon-  fidential.     Write without leer and without fee to World's DlfpeniM  leal Asioolstioa, R. V. Plerea, M. D., Presldtnt, Bntfalo. N. \. '    :  Ml ynu want a iww>k that tall* all nbmt 'WoflgWft'a di������e������ee8, ftad h%Tt to CttM'  thetn ������t home, send 80 onffoent stamps "  sn(r, and we will send you s free oopy <  illustrated Cemmon Sense Medieal AdVI  handaome Preaeh eloth blading.  .... . to cur*',-  riser ��������� revited, np-to*date ���������dluoa, U  sSJMMIil^^  liiejnsiiiii^^  *si������aii"("si������wiw������iPiiiwiiiiii  siiiiiiiMimmiMSiii  mmim  imlliiiww,iiiiltiti wim iIi.ii  UnUdLu,  ������������������������������������'.*. .vyTi  ,..y...yy-  ���������������������������'-yuM ".-'.''.'Mil I tBM   JBfeBSVOtf,   33. 0.������   &������*Va������v*.  -fyp"0^  PROFESSIONAL  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Tdie eaid Aooidetnt Sasvss-jaee  The REVIEW has the best Staff* best Plant and best Stock  i \    In this Corner of the World to execute Orders for    t z  BaBAL ESTATE, Mo.  TRAIL  B.C.  ������H AS. MOORE, C.E.  ��������� X y^ y������   ���������  -������������������--     ������������������ v ���������. ���������.,���������'���������  B.O.  lk*W������ SCBVBYOB AHD   AROSRKOT  Plana and ^ecifioationa  CRESTON -       -       - B.C.  NTING  J. D. ANDERSON  COLUMBIA    IiAKD    SOSVXYOB  TRAIL.  TKC  OKELL, YOUNG & CO,  Beal Estate and Insuranoe.  HQUSH8TO BEHT  CRESTON     -        -  A     LOCAL AND PEKSONAL.     ���������  *������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������>������������������������  Of course yon will take in the Big  B.C.  GUY   LOWENBERG  COMlOT.TIKa Ehqivxbb  CRESTON  B.C.  DENTISTRY  IL E^HAIX D. D, S.  Office)  over  Frank Parks Hardwart  Store���������BaOcsr Street.  CRANBROOK,  :R C-  CRESTON REALTY  ani> INSURANCE CO.  FraSt- J>J5a������, Jovni Property and Insur-  B.C  CRESTON  Thanksgiving dinner at the Presbyterian church on Tuesday evening the 31st  inst.   Admission 60 ota.  Mr. Lavington an expert English  Horticulturist arrived in Oreston ft few  jft^ES-������^-an44s--^--������s������s4-^-^0-:I^sBn..  ranch. Mr. Lavington comes from  Wiltshire, hia father being a famous  agriculturist in that good old county.  It is likely that Mr. Lavington will de-  oide to locate in the Oreston Distriot.  This week the Review Editor was  presented with a basket of Inoions grapes  which were very large and in flavor will  quite compare with grapes grown in  Commercial vineyards in tropical conn-  tries. These grape? were grown at the  Devon Ranch.  Thia week new telephones have been  installed at the following resideneea :���������  J. *W. Gardner at Port Hill whose no is  64 jL,   W. Corbett, 68 A.   W. P. Stork  6$k;  Died���������At Wynndel on the evening of  the fith inst, the infant eon of Mr and  Mrs. Pan! Hagen.  T. M. Edmondson last week shipped  4 cabbages weighing in th* aggregate  1107. iba.  |    Born���������At Oreston on the 8th inst to  | Mr. and Mrs. G, M. Gunn, a son.  We are glad to see Mr.  J. Oherrington abont again after his recent illness  An emergency' meeting of the Rifle  Association was held on Monday evening the 9th instant, when a discussion  took place regarding the arrangements  for the Thanksgiving Day   Shoot.   It  was decided to call a meeting for the 16  inst., in the Mercantile Hall, when the  membereMp could turn eat   and a programme outlined for this annual shoot  Mr. C. O. Rodgers, left on the Wednesday train for Nelson, where it is understood he will give evidence,' aa one of  rhe   largest taxpayers   in   the district  before the Commission.  Miss Lamont,  sister of R. Lamont,  i. *  left on the West bound Monday, after  spending a four, week visit with her  orother at Oreston. She will visit the  ioaat cities, before returning to New  York.  I Various communications were ordered  answered or fyled. The minutes of  previous meeting were adopted as read.  Committee on Photos and Cats in  Phamplet, reported that this matter  might now be closed, and were discharged. Oommittee on Prairie Exhibit reported progress. Mr. Guy  Lowenberg was retained on the j?om������  The Riverside Nurseries?  Comprising 120 Acres GRAND FORKS,-B. C.  We learn that the unscrupulous agent of and irresponsible nursery company  has circulated the report thiough the Kootenays that his firm suppli-.d us  with a large number of fruit trees lust year. We wish to say that there is  absolutely no truth in his statement find we strictly guarantee to those placing orders with us for nursery stock that they will receive none but frnit  trees grown at our own nurseries at Grand Fork?, B. O. "  All our fruit trees are of our own growing and we offer $500   reward to  anyone who can prove to the contrary.       Sept. 0, 1911.  mittee, and they were requested to  proceed aa rapidly aa possible with the  arrangements.  The action of the President and Secretary, in empowering Mr. G. A. M.  Young to appear, as the representative  of this board before the Commission on  Taxation, at the Nelson Sitting, was  unanimously endorsed. The meeting  adjourned at 10 :S0 p. m.  Communications  The editor does uot accept any res*  ponsibility for the opinion*- of hia correspondents.  Editor Review:���������*  ftmm. ������������������min innr.ii. -i uTii  rSinTemvrwNKHi  rCt3ffLE JUSTrlS CrlRfiryL  iSflTISPIEPj  MJKHUimilSiS  ffl?  ���������) Mr. uwynn, ior some time past employed on the staff of the Burton Hotel  eft for Cranbrook Hospital on Wednesday noon train. Hu ia reported to be  suffering from appendioitus, and may  nave to undergo an operation. We  wish him a apeedy recovery.  Mr, A. D. Pochin, Mr. T. M. Edmondson and Mr. G. A. K. Yonng, left on  the Tuesday train for Nelson, with the  intention of appearing before the Commission on Taxation now in Bosaion at  tho Kootenay Capitol.  II  WRITE  WltWVdUIMVE!  RENTS TOCtM.'ZCTf,  mm*  infenrijca  UTUSiimNDTDm  ljl$ty  UitmbuStmt  Wbmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmm9  CRESTON REPRESENTED  BEFORE COMMISSION  In accordance with tho notico Riven  through the prose, a Public mooting  was held in the Mercantile Hall on  Monday evening the Ofch instant, to ar-  raugo for a delegate to be sont to Nelson  aa a representative of the Rnnohora and  taxpayers ofthe distriot to give ovidonoo  before tho Commission on Taxation,  who will be sitting for inquiry, on tho  11th November,  Mr. Walter Jooknon was unanimously  elected to tho ohair, and Mr. Soruton,  was requested td aot aa seorotory.  Aftor aomo disonaalon, it was nnan-  Imoualv (looldfd that Mr, T. M. Ed.  mondson bo appointed a delegato, to  proceed to Nolson and give ovidonoo  beforo tho Oommlcmlon, and a small  oollootlon was taken np at tho mooting  to defray bin expenses.  Tho mooting adjonrnod at 10 p m.  Erickson, B. C , Oot. 101911.  Editor Oreston Review,  Dear Sir,  There having been quite a lot of talk  around here lately about forming this  valley into a municipality,, and having  been asked   several times by different  pasties to give my   opinion   on same  would ask a small space in your valuable  paper.   In my mind municipality is the  only way to manage the affairs of a  place like this, if the men here do not  know what they want done how can  men that never saw the place know;  Where I came from all townships have  their own concils, they put in men right  iu their midst so tbey can see all their  needs and spend their money to the best  advantage and every Township is managed very successfully and cheaply.   If  there is not brains enough iii this valley  now, when will there Tbe.   Eastern men  going through here and staying off for  a few weeks cannot see how a place like  this cannot be made into a municipality  and they do not see how we get along  without it and neither do I.   Altho we  have managed fairly well we might do  much better if we used onr brains and  had eaoh one taxed fair and seo that  all taxes were oolleoted eaoh year. The  Oanyon near Erickson will bring ns in  more money in a few years than all we  have expended in the whole valley by  the present way of doing  things.   If  the counoil does not do things right we  have a privilege of patting in a new one  eaoh year so we do not need to suffer  muoh   loss   iby    having     an    extravagant counoil in ;when tbe road sate all  in good shape, the taxes could bo lowered or raised to snit the demand and  equalize where now some are too high  and others too low and still all ran along  together one man paying what tho other  shonld pay.   Thanking yon Mr, Editor  for    a small    space   for   this   littlo  I havo to toy abont municipality affairs,  I am yours,  Goo. Oartwright,  Eriokson, B. O.  part of a B.O.Exhibit competing against  the rest of the world    ,  .This exhibit Ib not limited to stockholders of the Kootenay Fruit Growers  Union, the Union merely being chosen  as, it is central, and has a warehouse in  whioh all consignments oan be collected, a  It Is Mr. Scott's, desire to get all dis-1 ?  J&ipJ^fJhe J"^ .nnd]_^  in suoh districts that single boxes should  be collected from different growers who  have perfect apples and oan guarantee a  uuiform pack ot the best colored apples  obtainable free from blemish.  The total consignment to be forwarded from Nelson to New York, not  later than the 25th of October, and must  consist of fifty boxes. The price agreed I  upon is $3 per box, but it must be fully 1  understood that only the best can be  accepted.  I should be grateful if Growers in the  Kootenay would adviBe me immediately  any variety, or varieties they may have,  of which they oan moke up a perfect  box to be forwarded to the Union in  good time.  Should there be any difficulty as regards paoking, the Union has pankers  who will undertake the work, if the  apples are forwarded to the Union, core*  folly selected, and wrapped.  A small extra charge wiil be made  for this.  Yours truly,  Raymond T. Hiokes,  Manager, K. F, G. U.  For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Crestou, B. C.  ****++**+****M>**##<***<M^*#  'Nurseries'  Vernon, B. C.  ���������  Hetoe a very fine assortment of  Fruit trees,  Oriental and Shade Trees  ana  ."V  f  Budded Stock a speciality  AU trees offered for sale,   are grown in   ou  own Nurseries, on The   Coldstream   Estate  ^ V. D. Curry, Gen. Agt, Vernon.  Services Next Sunday.  UNION   SERVICES  The Presbyterian and Methodist congregations unite as follows.  Oct 15,11 a. m In the Presbyterian,  church."A 7:30 p. m. In the Methodist.  Sunday school, Bible classes and all  other meetings as usual.  The Rev. Dr. Eby will preach during  the absence of the pastors.  s.<������fc**  A  SIRDAR  AVENUE  $9  i  Q  pecialites  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  CHRIST OHUROH  Harvest Thanksgiving Services.  Oct. 15th (18th Sunday after Trinity)  Mat-ins, Holy Communion  11 a. m.  Eriokson Sohool House  3 pm.  Sunday School  S p. rst.  Evensong. Sermon  7.80 p.m.  -j-Philip. O. Hayman  ,'.-���������*'.���������            '������������������������������������'*.'                       *  '  t  (Vicar)  ^ Cold lunches  Ice-cream  Sand'wiches  Lemonade  Fresh Fruits in season..       Candy and Crg*;; s  Hours: 8 a. m. to 12 p. in.  E,-F.-PLATTrProp,  *^<5������  Nelson   Land    Distriot���������-District   of  West Kootenay.  Take notice that I, Harry Brauer, of  RoBBland, B. C, ocenpation Diamond  Driller, intend to apply for permission  to purchase tno following described  lands:���������  Commencing at n poat 'planted abont  three (3) miles in a Northerly direction  from the Nort1 west oorner of Lot 4375,  West of Mosquito Oreek, thenoe south  80 ohains, thence West 80 chains, thence  North 80 chains, thenoo East 80 ohains  to point of oommeuoement and containing 640 ooroB aores more or less.  Harry Brauer, Applicant,  James Fisher, Agent.   ,  Date, June 10th 1911:  f^nnnnnr������VTinnnnnnnr^ -r?������'.  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stai  ^ W Vr-+.*+-m +  :��������� T������ \  an   a uwuj  FOR SAIyE Saddle Horse,  apply to Victor Carr," Alice  Siding, B. C.  ^jL  BOARD OP TRADE  Proaldont Rodgors took tho ohalr at  tho uuaal monthly mooting of thn Croa.  ton Board of Trado, held In tho Spoors  Hall, Tuesday Evening, and tho moot,  ing got down to baslnens at 0 ������.' m.,  thom being an ottondanoo of ten mom*  htra.  Nolson, B. 0., Oot. 6 1911.  Tho Editor,  Creaton Review,  ThoDoputy Minister of Agriculture,  whllo in Nelaon rebontly, oommonoed  making arrahgomonta with variouB  Frnit Grower*, for "a collection of apples  to bo forwardod to'^Tow York, for tho  Land and Irrigation Exposition, to bo  hold thoro in November noxt.  His timo howover, being very limited  ho was unable to go as thoroughly into  tho mnttor as ho would havo liked, and  ho has now given mo instructions to  complete tho arrangements for tho oollootlon, and forwarding of tho oollootlon  through tho Kootonay Fruit Growers  Union,  As it is impoaMlblo for me to mako a  poraonnl tourof;tho Kootenays. I bog  through yon to oak all growers in tbo  Knntenayn, tldo their ntmnm; to mnlre  aaoh a oollootlon at reprojoutativ������ and  ptrfat m poi������lt4������t tox lhl������ to to form  FOR SALE���������Livery Barn  and outfit including 6 horses,  and Blacksmith shop and tools  complete. Apply to A. L.  Cameron.  AH class of TURNOUTS supplied at sbort notice. The latest efcyles of  CUTTERS aud BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and pack  horses a  Speciality. '  Feed for sale. Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Co. HorseR fpr salo  I nm prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  at any honr of tho day or night.   Gomtnerciil men and landseekers,  will  receive prompt attention   '  H.S.McGreath,  C Phone 56 ��������� Sirdar Avenue Box 14     r;  QjL.1l P P.PJ.g.AAJUJUAiLaiL^AAft> *���������"*���������'��������� '^JLSiSLSLSL^SUUL^  %  Billiards and Pool  jn>jtoM[ Room :-������^.s^fi5w  Cigars and Cigarettes  Hot or Cold Baths  At Any Hour  ���������V' ' d-  a1: ; ������ ���������      ���������    '  Razors N Ground and Set  fr'':  FOR SALE���������A good cer-f ,.  viccable second hand   Rem-  ington Typewriter.   Apply at  the Review office. ���������  > ++AAAA>+AA^\*+iA*^sa^^  BLACKSMITH  W. K. Brown informs  his old patrons that he has  resumed business at the  oid stand. FIRST CLASS  Stock of BUGGIES, DEMOCRATS, CUTTERS and  SLEKudS always on hand  1  ������������Si������w  .���������'���������fc'V.  youii pocrqs'i1 book  Ih Hnt'ii; tbo prlooH for plpoH nro  very run son n Wo hero, BimiiV of ,  tli'o cHiiWonti IUiicIh tun sui-rt to  ploiiBi* you,v Penphv; aVotuIov  tli.it v.u nro Hdliii^ fin Jiiiuiy  pipri-, lint thoy would 'not, won-  A\ilvv 11' thoy 'Voidlsv.d liiiSv ohonply  , wo.bny, nml whiit put't'iittt wuin-  t'ueUim 'ovorytliing ������lvon   tlmt  WO Well.      .        ':',.,������������������' , ,  i  reston Wine & Spirit Gd.  *-l^e  POO Lp  - Prop, ���������'���������������������������  V>y ���������  i''S \;  ri ''.*���������  i.y.  ' fi  ��������� 1 V  iiwiJ  .*���������������;*-  **  :^^mM^,Jik fcTL.:iA5  JC'.'.I.*!*   ���������_. ������. 


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