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 ,  /r"*^^' '������������������'���������  :m  ivS)^5v  A31 Roads in East sssd  West Kq  otenay Lead to Creston  1  ALL THE^NEWSS  of the CRBSTONf  DISTRICT  T~*V    ^ ^   ���������"^    **  <.cr,A~ "S&  i^NT TO'ANY  '^J'l  : * el  ������2.00 A YEAR  No. 7  ' 4th    Year.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY,    SEP 29th.  1911  Sing* e Copies 5c  easure  Clothing  who   would    not   buy  a  For such men we  have  Thsre are men  ready-made suit.  tire-agency ior CAJVtPBBIXSahclHOB BERLINS, Made to Measure Clothes. We can  honestly 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 guaran������=  tee Perfect Fit, and our prices cannot be beaten.  Wile Show Bearl^ 400 Xines  S. A. Speers  ������QQttQ&$^s<������QSMmmmmsmm^SQQ^<&^������s&������&$  wif.rw  Meets  To Those who  Keep  On Wednesday, September 13th, the  Union met in the Methodist Ohurch.  j'bVe attendance  was good.   Two new  heinbers wore received: th������ day and  Lour of meeting of last year were re-  lamed namely the second Wednesday in  ie month at 3 80 p.m.   Inj future, the  Llace of meeting will be at members  lonies, which "were readily offered for  pis'purpose.' ,*tfhe next meeting will be  the home^of. Mrs,& A.-������Sp������a^,k on  lefcober llth^'whenlthe subjecVj'iHem-  ksr ship/' will be discussed in alF-Its be-  ^ngs.   An entire plan of work for * the  .r   was  n3t completed,  but it was  mnimously decided to   hold at leass  fro mediil contests, oue in November  lad oue iu March.    Miss Daisy Kling-  Iisniith who is Superintendent of Med-  contests,   iH  uow open   to rejeive  [���������plications from wonld be competitors,  lid it is  hoped a large number will  fail themselves of this means of obtaining tree but efficient elocutionary train-  |g.   Tho   children   will be  classified  Ito groups of nearly similar age, and  [ere will ba held as many contests as  le necessary to give all tho applicants  khauoe to coutest for the silver medal.  (Mrs Hall of Canyon City, was  indue-  to undertake the work of   Superin-  ident   of Mothers Meetings, whilst  Iperinteudeut of Literature Mrs Knott  |is supplied witi* sample temporauoe  araturo' onV which, to report and advise  Union later.   Sis copies of tho last  jvlnbinl Convention, wer������ circulated  g   the nieoibere, to bo   read aud  Iisod on.   Xy'���������-''"���������' '. *���������'��������� --  WHAT  I   HAVE   LEARNED  ABOUT  BEES  In most situations bees do not' -fly far  for food, and may b? observed to return  very quickly to their hives when a storm  is approaching. Among tbe shrubs, trees  and flowers most favorable for them  may be mentioned the tulip-poplarf  gooseberry, raspberry, apricot, and all  other fruit trees; the locust, alder, migr  nonette} lemon thyme, buckwheat,,  white clover, wild thyme and, and wiut-  Many who raise bees for commercial ter savoxy< >phe hefst time to establish  purposes seldom study the natural his- an apiary is about February. %  K. JdhnBon, left on Moudriy,' for  lsloess trip to��������� Rnvolstoic������ rind Oiil  Ho'-Will return this week cud.  tory of the insect and ssually fail to  learn   theAinteruol mechanism of the  most ���������'- nearly    perfect   commoircreallb  which   exists.   For some time I hav*  made a specialty of tbe bee family,- and  yo^iaea^^Jipcolony of beesis tho.study  almost of a lifetime in all its intricacies.  Undoubtedly there is no other insect in  the world as ��������� valuable to man,  as the  bee carries fertilizing pollen among the  blossoms of tbe fruit trees to twenty  times the amount of any oiher agent,  besides snpplyiug   the markets of, the  world with tbe honey which, iu all times  has been regarded as n delicacy.   It has  been asserted with truth, that bees came  with   man   to the western  continent.  Before his advent there wns no honeybee to suck the nectar from the flowers.  Honey was -unknown to the .red man.  They called the honey bebV!fthei:white  man's fly."   Some suppose that a' hive  of bees was brought over in 'i^'e.".Mayflower.   This may be true, bnt but it is  certain that the bee was early imported  into the United States, and it was tho  German or black bee that oame first.  Not quite fifty years ngo, S. P. Parsons  brought the first colonies that were im-  ported dircotly to America.   From this  small beginung, how extensive tho de-  volopment! -       ������������������'���������yyyy,  I havo found that boeo are most fond  of thoso -plaoes. where';*',their favorite  flowers nre to bb found,''and' conspquent-  ly have onoournged tho growth of suoh  shrubs aiid flowers ns aro kuown to supply nn abundanoo of honey and wax,  Ordinary bees are found t *������ hav6 tongues  about oae-t'orth of an irich in length,  while those of the black; French bees  reach nearly a third longer; and those  of the best American have, a A maximum  length of a few millimetres less.   The  hives whose   bees extract syrup from  the   greatest depths are  preserved as  stock for reproduction.  The service which bees render to or*  chardists i^extr^m^���������jKeAJ;r-_ARjeliable-  parties   have   komvn   orchards which  were entirely barren previous   to the  introduction of a few colonies of bees.  The body of the bee is covered with  hair, and the pollen dust adheres tr> it's  feet and body. When it reaches another  flower some of  the. fertilizing material  is left and enriches the blossom.   Wild  bees are valuable to render this service,  but the domestic colonies are better.  It would  take  a. single  bee  several  ...   *  years to manufacture a pound; of honey  which   will fill about  three thousand  cellB.-  .|n������ ���������niiniiimsM���������i.iiii wiimyswpi i  A fr&slr stbcR';::yf':''all; 'kfftirc  CANDY and PEANUTS,  - ty  FRESH fcOASTED PEANUTS 20 cts a LB,  . stsnts-aswrastsj'sTs-sj^  ; Soft ������riii*^  w**t+mMmmim\<w*0**i*4A  Opposite the ���������($������������������;**# j<, station  Bees should not be nearer the high'-  way than 100 feet, or to a house where'  there are small children. An ,apiarjy  can extend up to a highway with safety,  .provided there is, a high board fence  or hedge intervening This obstruction  causes the bees to. aim high in their  flight, which takes them up out of mischief. Ic would be better for all bees on  a farm to be in a high board enclosure,  so that breachy animals would not be in  danger by upsetting their hives. It it-  generally tbe result, of cnrelesshees when  horses are killed by tbem.  The growth of the qtioen bee is complete in abont seventeen day--. It ie  sometimes said that tbe queen-bee is  the management of tho hivo, but this it  not so. The government is carried on  entirely by the working bees. Some  believe that the be.es extract honey from  the flowers. That which is taken.from  the blossDins is converted into honey by  the bee. First it is nothing more than  cane sugar. Tbo bee makes honey and  gives it the aroma which distiuguishef-  the real article from tho'imitation. The  material for the honey is gathered by  the workers. Those are of neuter-gen-  der, but are really iho undovoloped females. The life of these is about'six  weeks during tho summer.  They gain their maturity iu twenty,  one days;   Thoy travel to and from tin  flowers nt about tbo rate of sixty mil(8  au nonr and mnko from thirty to forty  trips during a single hour,   Whon it is  roraembored that thoro uro many thou-  sand bees 'constantly lit work it will, be  soon what an iiifluitoBiaiol quantity is  carried by onoh bee onoh trip.  Tbo boo's  knowledge of dlreotlon is remarkable.  No timo is lost lu rotnrning again to the  flower upon which it has boon working,  though tho dlBtanco may be throo miles  and tho flowor mny bo ono .in a great  field.  '    '   ' '   t ' _.\ '.  Tho valno of tho boo Hon In its tongno  and foot, prinoipnllv. As tbo tisofuluess  of tho tongue os a honoy oxtrnotor Is  HiippnHod to vary with its longth efforts  havo boon mndo in Franco to develop on  improved, or long-tomigod, rnoo of bees.  This member i.s mo.isurod by two  methods, S3i)io uso a box I'mving n  covor of who iiottlng and a sliglttly in-  cliticd bottom, tho boos which roach  through tho nailing and nuclt bwooI'h  from tho bottom fan host down the hi-  oHiio bolng thrmo with thu longust^ ton.  gnos. Auotiior fip-niMtiis Is a voks^I  of Hwootonod M������uid. with a poiToirntad  tin plato novo? which can bo ftdjuRtod nt  any desired huigut  abovo the liquid.  FALL   FAIR  , Arrangements have now been made  for the Oreston Fail Fruit Fair, which  is to be held on the 8th November next.  An energetic committee consisting of  Messrs J. Heath,-. Chairman, W. K.  Brown, J. Compton, and D. S. Tim-  mon-<, has been working on the matter  for some weeks, and the result of their  labors, in the shape of the complete  programme and prize list, will shortly  be available .to the public.  Many valuable prizes, including two  medals donated by the Canadian Bank  of Commerce, a Silver Cud from Mr. J.  B. Moran, two hundred fruit trees from  Messrs Jackson aud Compton, together  ,vvith a cash prize list including $30 from  tche Government for the apple paeking  school competition, have been donated,  and from present appearances, Crestbn's  fixsfc, X&iual Fall Fruit and Produce r  Fair, promises to ber a great success.  &j%,'&&w&%* <*&/&&g^s& ������������������^/^sV'svev-%'  oney   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 un-  ^r^rpyejd._fniitJasids, also���������en- -rarproved"and  unimproved town property.  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.  *W  Johnson & Scruton  Wilson Ave.     P.O. Box38. Phonetfo. 73   . Creston. B. C  $  or iyled.  On a motion, it was decided to equip.  with a most delicious course of sand'  wiches, cakes, candy and tea,  the most  Mr. Bevan with a letter ef introduction, j delicate   epicure   could have indulged  CRESTON BOARD OF TRADE  After a good deal of preliminary skii-  mishiug, a quorom was secured and the  Creston Board of Trad9 got down to  business at 9 p. m. on Tuesday evening,  .vitb President Bodgers in the chair.  The minutes of the last meeting were  .idopted as read. Under the heading of  .jorrespondnnco several communications  '.vere considered and dealt with, the most,  important was a letter from the Attorneys General's Department re the ap������  pbintihent Of a Magistrate or J; P's at  Oreston who would act, and tho Seore-  tary was instructed to reply .to tho  facts and request a further reply.  Communications regarding the photos  iu connection with the Board ot Trado  Pamphlet, the Herd Law, and various  minor matters wore ordered answered  and a supply of phamplets, to be used in  connection with his coming tour of the  States for the purpose of assisting him  to advertise this district.  Mr. R. M. Reid brought up the matter of the aoproaching exhibit for the  Prairie, and in resigning from the Committee owing to his holiday in the East,  gave some valuable information for the  guidance of his successor on the committee. A motion was adopted for a committee of two, io interview and make  arrangements for the person to take  charge of the Exhibit to the prairie.  Messrs Wynn, Murdock and Gunn,  were unanimously' elected members of  *y      ,.-      . y,       *..        r   ���������>..  the Board.* -*.---  A vote of thanks to Mr. R. S. Bevan,  for his past services to the Board, was  unanimously adopted.  The meeting adjourned at 10 p. m.  freely, and all expressed the hope, to  have a repetition in the near future; 6  o'clock came, and the guesta bade their,  hostess goodbye, ' thanking her for a  most enjoyable afternoon. Those present; were: Mesdames R. S. Bevan  E. Mallandaino, Geo Huseroft, Jno.  Arrowsmith, Geo Yonng, W. K. Brown  H. L. Croasthwait, W. S. Ryokman,  O. B. Wisler, F. Pntnam and Miss D.  Howarth. Contributed. '  1  PLEASANT AT HOME  Last Friday aftemonn at 2.30 p. m.,  Mrs John Hobden entertained in honor  of Mrs RA S> Bevan, on the eve of Mrs  Bevan leaviug Crestou.���������In spite of the  clouds and gentle showers, a large  number of ladies gathered at the home  ,pf the hostess. The gloom outside was  soon forgptton, whon tho congenial  crowd began to unfold the language of  flowers, whioh was given them to solve  Miss Howarth was tho fortunate one to  capture the prize, whioh was a dainty,  China Tea-cup. Lust but not loast of  the aftornobu pleasures, tho Hostess  and MrsVCroasthwaito served tho ladios  We call attention to the unique "arrangements entered into by the'- Presby-  terian and Methodist congregations- ot*-  Creston. During the absence of both  pastors, tbe united congregations wi 1  be served by the Rev Dr. Eby, of To-.  onto. The arrangement itself shows  the cordial relations of the two pastors  and their congregations. It is possible  that this may be extended after Mr.  Sarkissians return, if it is still found  wise to extend Mr. Eby's holiday.  Such arrangements relieve both pat-  tors in Sunday work, ond the co-operation gives thom a more united backing  in ony work of a general reformatory  or humanitarian charnctor, in which  all well wishers of the publio good  could unite. While it is unusual that  two congregations should thus be united in tho absence of both pastors under  tho preaching of a visitor, Dr. Eby has  been hero long enough to become well  and favorably known as un eloquent  aud practical preacher.  Sold  3>        By    The  ^^  O  VIHPX7C  WHEN VOU ASK FORv   .  PEABODY^  OVERALLS,  IF.VOUR l6cal bEAieft  SAYS HE HAS.  "SOMETHING JUST AS GOOtf  .COMPARE THEM. NOTE THE  FIT.MATERIALWO&KMANSHIF-V  ANPYARDAGE;NUMBER OP POCKETS  A0F THE OVERALLS,ALSO ON  THE COATS NOTE THE GAUNTLET  CUFF, AND THE UNIFORM DAND  COLLAR.AND THEN IFTHE'JUST  AS GOOtf'GARMENT STANDS THE  \COMPARISON,BUV? IT BY ALL'  MEANS. .BUT MARK VOU.'  THEY.WONT STAND A CAREFUL  COMPARISON/  W������ AREJHE AGENTS  FOR  PEABODYS;  GUARANTEED OVERAtLs!  Greston Mercantile v^.,  Ld,  ���������  .*.  "i.f 1/  W'  THE    CRESTON,    B. C,    REVIEW.  I:  SCOTTISH ABSTINENCE.  A lifetime of disfigurement and suffering often  results from improper  treatment of the skin 01;  neglect of simple skin affections, y Cuticura Soap,  assisted by Cuticura  Ointment,   affords   the  economical method of  caring for tbe complexion,  preventing minor eruptions from becoming  chronic, and speedily dispelling severe eczemas and  other torturing humors,  itchings and irritations,  from, infancy to age.  Catlcora Soap and Ointment are sold by  druyrju every wbere. Patter Drug A Cbem.  {Corp., Sole Props., Boston, Mare. Mailed tree.  iCutlaura Book on Uio care ol aUa end soalp.  iimil  m  IX)-.    ������������������,.!  Scottish     Minister    Protests    Against  Alfred Austin's Story.  A.A angry Scottish clergyman has  I written to *~e London Timed in pro- j  teat against a slander upon tlie Scotch j  nation incorporated by Mr. Alfred  Austin in uis Autobiography. Mr. Austin once went to Irvine to unveil a  statue of Robert Burns.   He writes:  Oa my arrival 1 spent the evening  with the local authorities, and at thu  supper or early dinner to which they  treated me as a guest, I fear they must  have thought me a poor creature, unless they were familiar with Southern  ways���������for 1 drank sparingly, according to my custom, vvtrile they, to my  amazement, tossed oii glass .after glass  of whisky neat, remaining just as sober as when we sat down.  The minister of.Irvine, as one of the  few survivors of that memorable occasion,    makes    effective    denial,    and  leave's   little doubt as  to  who'is  the  -fccfcteT~4-k-e?u-ry~-������''trf-ts^  men.     "Mr.   Austin   was   entertaiued  by the late Provost Breckenridge, not  to   'supper or  early   dinner'���������what  a  strange   inversion! ��������� but   to   dinner  somewhat  after  eight  o'clock..    1   do  not kuow  what Mr.  Austiu drank.    I  was not so rude as to note, but 1 tak^  his  word.   Will he  take mine?    lt is  not,   and  in   my   experience  it  never  has been, the habit of ths 'local authorities' to 'toss off glass after glass  of  whisky.'   lt certainly was not the  case that night.    Further, uiose hardy  drinkers���������according   to   Mr.   Austin-  would uot have the hardihood to drink  whisky  'neat.'    There is one  part ol  his story true���������they were "just as sober as  before   we  sat  down."    So  they  were,   for   au   obvious   reason:   they  happened to  be  well-bred  men.    Mr.  Austin   is,   perhaps,   as   ignorant   ol  .Northern ways as he supposes us Uj  be of Southern.   Waa he surprised that-  j' we were not ail dressed in kilts?   We  have had evidently 'a chiel' umang u.������  niakin' ��������� uot takin' ��������� notes, and now  that he has printed them, they must.  I if they are all like this sample, be a  j monument  of   poetic    inventive  gen's ius."  zoic,.-  Even  Mr. Millyuns (engaging valet>���������I  warn you that- frequently 1 am exceed-  ingly ill-tempered and gruS.  Valet (cheerfully)���������That's all right,  so am I.���������Sacred Heart Review.  An  Oil  That   Is   Prized   Everywhere.���������Dr.  King's   Sons   Commoner*.  The announcement that when the  proper time comes it is the iutentiou  of the King to revive for his younger  sons dukedoms, such as those of Kent.  Sussex, and Gloucester, which are  connected with the royal family, and  that the Dukedom of Kent has, in  tact, been chosen already for Prince  Albert, brings home the fact that as  the children of a peer have no special  advantage so neither have the younge*-  children- of the King himself. The  King's wife, his eldest son. his eldest  daughter, and his eldest's son's wile  all have s-^cial advantages by law.  H'������s other children have uo special  status unless their fath������r thinks good  to raise them to the peerage.  As  the  law  of   England   knows  no  She   Laughed   .  "Wise men hesitate���������only fools are  certain," he observed, in the course of  a conversation with his tender spouse.  "I don't know about that," she said,  testily.  "Well. I am certain of it!" he exclaimed.  And for a long time he was puzzled  to understand why she burst out  laughing at him.���������Smart Set.,  Thomas'  Kclectric  Oil was  Dut upon the! classes of men except peers and eom-  snarket  without  any   flourish  over  thirty     ���������,   ������������������_      .,   , ,,   ���������     .u���������.    .u  years  ago.    It  waa  put  up  to  meet  the:  nioners,  it follow;,  that   the   younger  ���������wants of a small section, but  as soon as i children  of  the  King ��������� the  eldest  is.  Sts merits became known it had a whole j borQ Duke o{ Cornwall���������are in strict  continent for a field, and it is now known! - .  and   prized   throughout   this   hemisphere,  inhere is nothing equal to it.  The cheapness of Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator puts it within reach. of all,  and it can be got at any druggist's. '  "Are these boys over there going to  engage  in  belligerent  activities?"  "No'm; they're going to scrap.'V-  Baltimore American.  THE LIFE-LINE.  ness of speech commoners, unless they  are personally  raised to the peerage.  . ���������  j There  is nothing to hinder a King's  "Wine  stains on   table  linen  are re-j son, not being a peer, from voting at  moved by sprinkling them   with salt,! an election, or from being elected t:>  moistening with hot water and then  pour boiling wnter through the stain  until it disappears.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper.  Mrs. Cantwell���������The junkman would  not buy lliosc things we sorted out.  Cantwell���������Then let us be charitable,  my doar, and give them to the poor.  v Tho Flios thnt, are now in your  liitchon and dining-room were probably feasting on some indescribable  nn&tincss less than an hour ago, and  as a. single "fly often carries many  thousands of disoaso perms attached  to its hairy body, it is the duty of  ovory housekeeper to assist in exterminating this worst on������*rny of the  human rnco. Wilson's Fly Pads kill  flies in such immonse quantities ns  icannot ho. approached by any other  :fly killer.  the House of Commons; and if he  committed a crime he would be tried,  not by the House of Peers or the  Court of the High Lord Steward, but  by a common jury.  > Mere precedence and titles have  nothing to do with the matter, though  probably a good deal of confusion  arises from the modern fashion of calling all the children of the King  "Prin'cea"  or "Princesses."  Minard's Liniment cures garget in cows  Ordinary white chalk such as is  used in the school room for blackboard  work is invaluable ��������� as a household  remedy for removing spots from white  clothes and shoes.  Through indiscretion in eating green  fruit in summer many children become  subject to cholera morbis caused hy irritating acids that act violently on the  lining of the intestines. Pains and  dangerous purgings ensue, and the delicate system of the child suffers under the  drain. In such cases the safest and surest  medicine is Dr. J. D. Kelloger's Dysentery  Cordial. It will check the inflammation  and save 'the child's life.  May���������I wondor how Cholly manages  to keep that, widn-hrinuned straw on  in a wind like this?  Fay���������Vacuum pressure.  It's thn united efforts of little things  that innKe big troubles.  No Ability  to Digest Food  NERVOUS  SYSTEM   SO  EXHAUST-  ED THAT VITAL ORGANS ARE  FEEBLE IN ACTION  Or. Chase's  Nerve Food  "The digestive system in a wonderful  piece of machinery, but power is necessary to make it effective.  In thid case the power in the nerve  force contnined in the body, and, if  the nerve force is lucking the digestive system hrcornes crippled nnd  there is suffering from indigestion,  nervouH headueli-'H, neuralgic pains,  dizzy npellfi, wenknesti nnd discouragement.  Strength cannot he regained from  tlie food you eat so lonpf an digrmtion  ii* no imporfi'ot, but vou can bo restored by Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, wliich  contains in condensed pill form tlie  very elements of nature which go to  form new norvo foreo.  Overwork, worry, nnxiotv nnd ok-  eei-nive mental effort <'xIiiiiih1, thn  ���������nervoiiu cys-tnii nt a trcincndmiK rate,  ond repair (mint be made bi'fon* Home  tlrondful form of disease hHh in. l>r.  Chnao'H Nerve Food invigorate* thn  nervos whieh control tbf digoHtive  fluid)*, fihiiTpcns tho appetite, \H nliglit.  ly laxative, ho n.s to encourage the action of the br>weIH find utreiigllieiiH  ������*vcry organ of the body.  You can u������e tliis treatment feeling  certain that every done ih doing you  vtt least nomo good, and can nrove it  Iby not in* your inor.-n*.- in vnight,  Dr. Chone'H Nerve I������W|, W������ cents  r\ box. fl boxen for $2.50, at nil dealern  ���������or Kdmamon,  Hnte*  A (>>., Limited,  A Trifling   Incident.  An Irishman went into a barber  shop, and the unsteady gait with  which, he approached the chair showed  that he had been imbibing of the produce of the stirl. He wanted his hair  cut, and while the barber was getting  him ready went off into a sleep. His  head kept bobbing from one side bo  the other, and at length the barber  in making a snip cut off the lower  part of his ear. The barber ��������� gasped,  then jumped about and howled, and a  crowd of neighbors rushed in. Finally the demonstration became so great  that it began to attract the attention  of the man in the chair, and he opened one eye and suid, "Wh-who-at'a the  matter wid yez?"  "Good Lord!" said the barber. "I've  cut off the whole lower part of your  ear."  "Have yo? Ah, thin, go on wid yer  busiueaa.   It waa too long anyhow I"  Gave Him Satisfaction.  Once, while stopping at a country  .inn, Stephen Incledon, an eminent  English tenor of other days, quarreled during tho evening with on army  officer. He imagined ho had closed  the controversy by going off to bed,  but tho officer, left downstairs to  brood over hia wrongs, thought otherwise. Making his way to lnclcdon's  bedroom, he found ���������ha singer fast  asleep. Waking him, the officer demanded satisfaction, "Satisfaction P"  murmured Inclodon, sleepily; "Well,  you flhnll hnvo It." Whereupon ho  aat up in bed and sang "Black-Eyed  Susan" in his best stylo. "Thoro,"  ho said, lying down again, "my singing of that song hiis given satisfaction to thousands," nnd turned ovor  and wont to sloop again.  "Maggot Cure."  Following upon, the many attempts  to find a euro for consumption, tho  "maggot euro" U being experimented  with at Slilpton, und also, on a moro  ambitious scale, at Donholme. A  wooden building at nome distance from  the town, owned by Mosats. OlarU &  Co., maguot breeders, is tho scone of  the trial, Tho viow is that tho pationt  must inhale tho nmnionla-llko fumod  given off*by myriads of maggots. Tho  "cure" is being tested by a oouplo of  ladies. *  "Just see how high that ship is out  of the water, Alfred!   Why, is that?"  "Why, don't you understand, dear,  that sometimes the water's low?"  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, aa they cannot resell  tbe scat ot the disease catarrh la a blood or consti-  tutloiuu disease, and In order, to cure It you must take  Internal remedies. Ball's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, and acts directly upon tho blood and mucous  ratfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure la not a quack medicino. It waa proscribed by ono of tlio bent phyalclaiui  to this country tor years and la a regular prescription.  ".J* .Sprouosed of the best tonics known, combined  wltb tho best blood purifiers, actum directly on tha  mucous surfaces. The perfect combination ot ths  two Ingredients la what produces such wonderful remits u curing catarrh. Bond for testimonials, free.  _ .. F. 3. CHENEY 4 CO., Props.. Toledo, a  Bo��������� by Druiatlata, price 7Bc  Tatt HAU'a Family Fills lor oooitloattoo.  Knicker���������My wife is always praising the men she rejected for me.  Bocker���������Never mind; she will praise  you to her second husband.  This U to certify thnt I have used  MINARD'S LINIMENT in my family  for years, nnd consider it the boHt  liniment on the market. I havo  found it excellent for horse flesh .  (Signed),  W. S. PINEO.  "Woodlands," Middleton. N.Si  Green,, blue, lavender, nnaline reds,  purple find pink "should ho Boaked in  nlum wnter���������two ounces to a tub.  Black, gray and dark bluo should  soak in strong Halted wator.  Why H������ P������l������d.  Wife���������Wrotch I Show tuo that lottor.  HiiHbnnd���������Whnt, letter?  Wilo���������That one In your, hand. H'������  from a woman. I cun sea ty tho writing, and you turned palo whon you  ���������nw it.  Husband���������Yon: hero It U. It's your  dr������������������(ii alter'��������� bill.  ;DODDS %  ';, PILtS  THE?1  W. N. U.. No. too  Work of the Rocket Brigade on British  Coast.  There is little doubt that His Majesty's action in instituting a new  medal to be awarded to members oi  Volunteer Life Saving Brigades foi  long service.will be greatly appreciated  throughout  the  kingdom.  The Royal National Lateboat Institution can claim the saving of 49,394  lives from shipwrecks since thfe year  1824, an average of nearly 570 per annum, which speaks volumes ior the  work of the lifeboats round our coasts.  But wrecks oiten take place in parts  where it is impossible for a lifeboat  to render aid -bju account of rocks, or  the coast may be composed of a continuous line of cliffs, from which no  boat-could  be  lauricned.' ")  In'such cases a rocket brigade is requisitioned, and tneir method of life-*  saving is most. 5***���������*,< ������������������  VV-nefl tne local coastguards���������who usually direct tlie wotting of a rocket  party���������are apprised of a wreck, they  call the brigade togetaer���������-generally by  the bring ot a rocket���������and they proceed to drag tneir apparatus overland  on a small wagon to vne point nearest  the stranded vessel. To aid' them in  their work at mg.it a "wreck-light,"  is provided. Tms is composed of a  number of small boxes similar to condensed milk tins containing inflammable material, tae boxes be.ng lignt-t  ly fastened to each other end to end.'  The whole is hung up and lighted  from the bottom; ea^oh box burns away  brilliantly, then ignites the one above  it, and falls to thu ground, so that the  light is maintained, aud does not become blurred by any carbonized ot  waste mattei*.  A rocket is placed on the tripod  firing stand, a une being attached to  the stick of tae rocket. Each line ia  kept stowed caroiuhy in a box "flaked" ' round a numoer of pins to prevent  it becoming entungled in transit.  When ready for firing, however, the  lid of the dox is taken off, and the  pins withdrawn, leaving the line in a  convenient form for running out.  The rocket is now curetuliy pointed  towards the wreck, allowance being  made for wind, distance, etc.; thon u  light is applied to tae fuse, a shower  ox sparks springs from its tail, and it  tiies off on its errand of mercy, carrying the line.  If the rocket is well placed it will  carry one end of the line across the  deck of the stranded vessel, and, the  other end ociug icft on shore, a connection is established; but the difficulties of firing in a galo may necessitate tho discharging of several rockets boforo this stop is accomplished.  Tno people on tne wreck haul tne  Une in, and tlie rosouers will attach to  thoir end a hawser���������that Is. u heavy  ropo, on which the "brooches-buoy"  will be auspendeu, and un "endless  whip," tho latter boing a long length  of ropo running through a block, tbo  ends of tho ropo being joined together  bo as to form a largo ring. A small  tug attached to the hawser givoB directions, in three languages, for tho working of tho upparutus.  When tho rocket-lino is hauled  aboard tho wreck, tho orow of tho lat-  turf/ acting on tho instructions on tho  tag, will fasten tho hawser around  tho tunnol, mast, or somo superstructure on tho vessel as high abovo tho  deck us possible, and attach tho small  tail on tho block of tho ondlosa whip  a little bolow tho hawser,  Tho mon on shoro now mako thoir  ond of tho hawser fast, stretching It  ad tightly as possible, raising it above  tho lovol o! tho sou to provont anyono  boing dragged through the surf. A  largo tripod is provided for boaohos  or low shores to ruiso tho hawior about  ton foot from tho ground.  What is known as tho "brooches-  buoy" is an ordinary lifebelt with ���������  pair of large canvas broeohos attaohod.  This is suspended from tho hawser  on a traveling wheel, and can now bo  pulled to*and irom the wr<*ek. by th������  endless whip.  If tbe jveople on the stranded ship  appear to be exhausted or unable to  understand what they should do, ono  of the roncu������t party will go out in th*  buov to MtUf thj������������i  A A Woman's Way  Crabshaw���������^Ii you insist on this new  gown, I'll have to get it on credit.  Mrs. Crabshaw���������As long as it's going 16 be charged, dear,-.I-may as well  get a more expensive one.  Hippo-^-Goodness! What a queer-  looking apartment-house! Why, there  are two air shafts!       A-A':'��������� -  Monk (janitor)���������They are not air  shafts, sir. Those are the suites occupied by the giraffes.  Still   Looking  Agent���������Here, madam, is a book that  will tell you how to manage a husband.  Woman���������But, my dear man, what I  want is a book that will tell me how  to get one, and I'll manage him all  right.  Silk stockings were -first worn by  King Henry No. 2 of France in 1547.  And here it is 1911 and we haven't  worn our first pair yet.  WOMfliVPS ILLS  Kf any women X suffer needlessly from girlhood to womanhood end-from motherhood to old age���������with backache,  dizziness or headache. She becomes broken-down,'Sleep-  less, nervous, irritable and feels .tired from znornigg to  night. When pains and aches rack the womanly system at  frequent intervals, ask youryneighbor about  Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription  : This Prescription has, for over 90 years, been  curing delicate, weak, pain, wracked women,  by the hundreds of thousands and this too In  the privacy ot their homes without their hav*  Ini to submit to indelicate Questionings and -  offensively repugnant examinations.  Sick women are invited to consult in confidence by letter free. Address  World's Dispensary Medical Ass'n, R.V. Pierce, M. D., Pres't, Buffalo, N. Y.,  Dr. Pibrgb's Grbat Family Doctor Book, The People's Common Sense  Medical Adviser, newly revised up-to-date edition���������1000 ^ages, answers im  Plain English hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married,  ought to know about. Sent free to any address on receipt of 50 one-cent  stamps to cover cost of wrapping end mailing only, in French cloth binding.  4  For Health and Economy  Eat more Bread  TEN cents will feed an ordinary family a day  on ftrst class bread.    This does not mean  ordinary bread.   For there is an important  difference between ordinary bread and first class  bread. '    ' _  It isn't a difference of looks or methoda of  making or baking. It is a difference of nutritioni  food value, healthfulness. And this foody^lut  depends on the flour used.    For there is a wide  difference between flours.  If all flour were the best flour, then all bread, properly made,,  would be good bread. But all flour b not fint class became all  ���������wheat it not firat claw. Wheat, you know, varies In-flualljiy  almps^ as much aa applet or potatoes \ there are as many different  trades of wheat aa there are grades of butter���������or wooU  And every difference in grade represents an actual difference in nourishing  value, food dementi, wholeiomeneai,    Plour made from a low grade of  wheat la by no meant ao healthful a* flour made from high grade wheat.  Now the wheat that goca into  Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour  ts ofthe. very highett grade. It con- furnlnhei the maximum of energy and  talna the highest poiiible percentage strength.    And for the same reason  of nutritive, value.   ThemaVeraot "ROYAL HOUSEHOLD"makes^  '���������ROYALHOUSEHOLD" main- the nneit plea, cakei, bUculti,mufHni,  tain expeniive laboratories and baking rolli, and pastry of all klnda.   It ia  departments where skilled men aclent- the one flour tha^a housewife ahould  Ifically analyse each day's milling, use In order to have her household  h  None but the very best Red Pyfc  wheat���������rich In, nutrition and.  heslilifulucw���������can paw. For  thli reason bread made from  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD  FLOUR contains the maximum   of food   value   and  baking strictly first class.  Me#**)rtft.Wft*l- Mr a ���������������**- <#������W-  las hihiK rUdpM thai tow  b������������n lrl������4 and t������M������d will tw imhis  IrM ta your addrasi II you nwntlo-%  th������ mm el row (Uslsr. t3S  MonifMl, pqt������WMJUun.Wtaiilp*������.  I  i m  tit i  THE   GEESXON,    B.  C,    REVIEW  y  /*> **  y 6*"  TO USE PRESSED  FLOWERS  THE! place card li one of the factors in luncheons and birthday  parties -with which we must  reckon these, days. The drawn  varieties are always attractive, but  in the season of flowers there is excellent opportunity to use the forms  that nature lias already colored for  yvu. *%Vhi not mnko pressed. IKiwetS  do the work of decorating place  cards? It is an excellent idea, po  easy that a little boy or siri can en-*  joy   the work.      The  results  speak  for  I  /tiJm* fixing for a change  Colors  \\ "-  FRESH   air    and    sunshine!    Give-  them   to   the   children,    please!  And  while you   are  helping  the  v little ones to store up health and  strength, let. there be happiness also.  If children7 are to be kept out of doors,  their - playroom also should he, moved  there. Oh, it is not any trouble. If it  le too much trouhle to make your little  boy or girl happy, you have no right to  have one.  Not every family pan  spend a vacation at the seashore,  but the seashore  can be brought to the* home.   In every  city or town  sand Is "used for building  purposes.   Order a load  of sand to be  dumped ln your yard.   Do not have it  en   the  ground,   for .the   rain   and   the'  wind will make it disappear, but have  father or brother or Uncle Dick, build  a sandboa*.   A  floor of boards  is  surrounded by a fence one foot high.   Into y  this box the sand can be put and kept.  Equip   this   homemade   seashore   with  shovelSj  buckets, tin plates for baking  days,  and let tho kiddles play.   There  will be no need of mother fearing that  the Httle one' has strayed away.   If you  bave noticed how children love to play  for hours ln the dlr,t, * you will see the  sensible side of a sand pile.  .Without toll and- trouble let there bo  bobble parties.   Each child should have  his own pipe and the bowls should be  of   the  unbreakable, kind,   purchasable  ������t any  toy  department.    A   fow  drops  Of   glycerin A added    to    the    soapsuds  will ������make the-bubbles  lnat  longer.    If  the   water   be   hard   in   your   district,  thereby refusing to grow soapy, soften it  with a pinch ot borax.   Bubbles amuse  children  for hours.   Never mind about  their  spilling    the    water   over*  their  dressos.    It    will    not , hurt., ���������*, BeBldos  omuHlng boys ami girls, bubble .blowing  Is an excellent developer for tlio lungs.  Tho swing on the ground Ib a safe and  popular ornament for tlio outdoor'playroom;    It ls Inexpensive   nnd la������t������ for  years,    it  develops  the! arm   and   leg  muscles, for the swing* Is moved by the  feot  and   helped   ulong  by   the* armH.  Put If In a efrady, spot, placo your little  ono In It and let tiie old cat dio ns many  tlmcfl ns it wIhIioh,    No broken' bonoH  will   result.    Just   a   hint   for .daddy:  Keep the Joints of  this safo toy well  oiled, ana onco a year ailvo tho awing  a coat of pnlntV.    *       "<.."'���������''  If your yard bo longi kite flying la  reoommondod. Tho bird kites nro attractive for,"little, children,, In foot,  anything unusual will generally keep  the youngstfir occupied. Tho running  that Ie necessary In ii natural activity  for the child, and whon ho onn run for  A purpose It If- doubly bonefUMal. This  amusement lo suggnsted for windy days.  The children will have to ho Instructed  ah to tho holding and raining of kite*,  bnt thoy are apt pupils. Do not draw  Any lino botwoon tho play for girls ond  hoy*. Ther* Is nn reason why1 little  girls ahould not My kites. Box ahould  be disregarded In choosing the children's play.  Did you ovor wish to own a pony, n  donkey or a goat? Of courso you did  If pWalble, let your youngsters havo a  trusty stead. Fall* nro not ev������r fr������w  quant,.and oh, the joy of riding horae-  baek or jrtrlvfpg one'* own express  Wagon I Inslat upon kindness nnd no  overwork. The imnoclullon with unlmalv  results In a humane treatment. This  kindness can be encouraged by the parent in little talks. Any cruelty -should  be checked at once; continued cruelty  should be punished by depriving the boy  of his pet. He will soon develop a consideration that will be reflected in his  treatment of persons.  The summer will pass all too quickly  for the children and pleasantly for the  mothers if the outdoor playroom be  equipped with toys and amusements  that reflect good sense. Do not buy an  expensive toy automobile when-you-cari;  give the toys that will not break, that  do not become tiresome and that can  be shared with others.  And watch your child at play! It Is  the REAL child that you see then. Any  cruelty, selfishness, dishonesty comes' to  the surface when he Is lost.In play;, it  Is then that the influence: of-the pfarent  can be brought to shape the plastic  mind and to direct forces of chlld-  ' nature away from the evil and toward,  the good. ���������, ,  PROM the cochineal insect we gain  not only scarlet, but also carmine,  crimson ~. and  purple  lakes.  Sepia comes -from the cuttlefish, being  the fluid it discharges to make the water around it opaque when it is attacked.  The camel gives Indian yellow, while  Ivory chips are the source of ivory black  and bone black.  Prussian blue is made by fusing horses'  hoofs, with Impure potassium carbonate.  Prussic acid Is formed in the process.  Blue-black is -the charcoal,of the vine  stalk. Turkey red le made from the*  madder plant; gamboge, from the yellow,  sap of a tree In Siam; raw, sienna i������ a.  natural 'earthVfoiind near Sienna) and  burnt umber,Is an earth from Umbria.  Ultramarine-is made from lapis-lazuli,  and the real article is naturally very  expensive. Chinese white is zinc, scarlet is iodine of mercury and vermilion" la'tbe quicksilver"';ore known as  cinnabar..'  ii  W  The Fly  To Clean Corduroy        Women Who Travel  * HERB on earth do those flies  come frois?" ,1s a frequent  , and despairing question.  How do flies get into the house?  They may come down the chimneys,  If the fireplaces have tipping dampers.  These should be tightly closed In fly-  time. An appreciable falling off in their  number will be the result.  If the chimneys have not the-tipping  damper, *a screen such as is used for a  window can be fitted into the fireplace;  or, easier still, a bundle of paper may  be stuffed up the .chimney.  Either < method is successful, and no-  trouble is too great to get rid of these  summer, p^sts..  Dowfr Pillows y  ��������� HnHOSE!   who   have   been   troubled,  i      by the * sifting through' of dovrri  J-    in pillows   will be glad to learn  of the  following: y  Iron  the muslin Interlining on  the.  wrong   side   with .a   hot * iron< which  has   been   well   rubbed   in   beeswax.  The wax will act like varnish on the  smooth surface, and thus .prevent the  down'from sifting* through;       ���������  HOW many mothers have worried  over the problem of cleaning  , baby's white -corduroy coat satisfactorily and without having recourse  to  the professional cleaners!  The garment may.be cleaned as often  ae necessary if the following directions  are carefully observed:  Shave very thinly :a">bar of some pure  white soap; add, with two tablespoonfuls of kerosene, to about half a pail of  waiter.  BoU> this mixture until It is reduced  one-quarter. Use a small portion of  this and plenty of water to cleanse the  garment. When sufficiently cleansed,  hold'the garment spread out as muoh  as possible while you rinse it up and  down, in clear water repeatedly. Be  careful to have the nap running up.  ^ When the pile Is ralBed, hang'in the  sdme poslt'lon to dry. Be careful not to  wring or otherwise touch the garment.  It should be, fastened to the line with  ordinary clothespins.  If by some oversight the nap becomes  flattened, wait until the piece Is thoroughly dry. when a brisk rubbing with  a hand broom will obviate the trouble.  ���������AVX3 you a long or thrcc-quartcr-  'longth winter coat thot has outlived Its ubo ns a cold-weather  garment, .becauao of worn lining and  rubbftd edges?  And are yon In need of a knockabout  coat for cool summer evening*.' rainy  days or to tak������ with you on your vacation trip?  If sty tako heed to whwt I sny, for  with vory little trouble nnd a few hours'  timo you can make the deBlred garment  yoiimolf.  First of all. brush and ahalte tho garment thoroughly, ridding It of oa much  dust aa possibly; then carefully clean all  spota with a nailbrush dipped In warm  .water, to which, a little ammonia haa  b������'en������ added and In which some good  wlillo soap haa be������n dissolved,  ������������������Tha'beat way to do this Is.to lav.the  ���������oiled portion over a heavy towel folded  to Bovoral tlilcltnessoB,. bo that it will  absorb all the water, And scrub tho cloth  until tho spots disappear.  Now with a sharp pair of pointed  nclBearn rip out the lining, taking care  not to snip or out the cloth.  Next the interlining must bo removed,  This will not bo at all difficult to do, m  you will find It la only basted In nnd  caught down tight at the shoulder nnd  undorarm senmi,  It Is. now timo to. remove nil basting  throade, These you will find caught In  the serfms. nrnund the armhole* and  the eflgea of the coat.  Should tl^e,������eam-������'���������ho.,���������whlpp<���������d,' with  white or light-colored thread, take thU  out and trim the edges of tho cloth  evenly^ leaving one Inch on hoth sides  of the seams,  Overcast the nrmlioltw wltb a atrong  thread tho color or the cloth and eatob  the under edge nf the collar down firmly.  Bind all >the seams and raw edges* with  Inch-wide taffeta s<<nm binding or with  strips of satin turned in nt the 4d������ea and  newel1! with n nrat ov������"r-nnd.ov<������r stitch.  Face tho back of iho n<'ok, where the  collar joins the coat, with a bit or eutlr*  or A,pfoca of cloth,  It will he necessary to use a wider  binding for the armholoa; and be auro  to new this with strong, thread, no it  will not easily rip out.  Placo several" small weights nround  the hem of the oont to prevent It from  blowing open In a high wind; and also  to hold It In shape.  Press well, using o damp cloth between  the Iron and tho cont, and your old winter coat Is eonvortM Into a lightweight  ���������aummer garment that will bo a Joy to  you nn numerous occasions.  By tho way. that old ulik lining can  he wuMied and Ironed on tlio wrong side  nnd laid aside for use nu facing*, hit, t  Hnlnge nnd all sorts of odd thlngn, The  old interlining, too, oan he utlllaed for  pudding. Covered with calico or King-  ham, It makes splendid h<>M������*rs for hot  , saucepan** and Irons,  ONX.T "one man  In  twenty  and one  woman in a hundred   know   how  to pack a trunk neatly and' conv������  pactly.  One would learn a good deal in watching a- packer who travels with an actress, Sh'e knows all the best and new*  est wrinkles ln the art and can get  three times the amount of clothing into  a given space that the ordinary woman  does.  At the bottom of the trunk ,she places  the dainty, delicate lingeries, folded ae  smoothly as is In the power of human  hands, and held by two narrow bands  of elastic. Stockings are not tied up., in ,  a knot and stuffed into the corners, but  are folded once and laid between stiff  cards,' which are tied with tapes.  Boxes are eschewed entirely, and for\  them ave substituted pairs of curds ln  all sizes, with tapes for tying.., }  Mountains of manllia tissue paper and"  huge piles of newspapers are used. ,v,  A layer of clothes'fn laid smoothly in"  the trunk. Next comes a sheet ^fv clean ,  linen and over this a newspaper.' This  is an Important item. Newspaper la  crisp and stiff enough to realat hard  Jolting.' The sleeves of every gbwri are  bunched out with tissue paper, as aid  all natln sllpjSers.  All hum!some gowns have their own  linen s'llps.  On top of the packed trunk is spread  a tray of newspapers.  Into the heart of the trunk Just above  the lingerie go all breakables after they1  have boen_H<!f!iirely corked���������from blacking bottle's to cold-cream Jars.; The noti :  stuff takes the Jur of the Jolts uway,  and liquids are* In consequence; perfectly secure. ���������  A well-packed 'trunk Is a Joy not very'.  weli   known   le* tho   average   traveler,  ,  who arrlves'iat  her destination  often-  '  times  with   her  inoHt-chfrlshea, govyntf  In a hail condition; and Blck nt heart In'  consequence.    The  art   Is   not   hard   to  learn and Is surely worth tho effort. '  Spbts on Liiien1  WHEN your table linen or fine  doilies- become stained or .  spotted with' 'unythlng that'  will not easily wash out, bo sure,to  removo the spot before sending the  linen to the Inundry. ;..  ,  ���������Borry and fruit stains can bo ro*  moved vory oaB.lly, by holding the,  cloth tightly ovor the top of a bowl  and pouring.boiling water very Hlow-  ly through tho mark until It dliiap-  ponrn.    .   '   ,.,,  Halt dampened with lemon Juice laid  on the spot and subjected to Iho hqt  sun will remove ink spots from linen.  Ono of  the, hardest stalhs to  t-������.1to*  out of fine linen Is'that mado by tho  ��������� lead pt an;Indelible pencil, .Great care,  must bo taken to clean this kind of a\  spot .or  your; linen   will   bo  ruined. :  Under no clreum������tti-*cos touch wa}er  to such a apoL  i.  Mix    toeelheV  peroxide   of  spoonfuls   rof  soiled spot on an old  piece of Upon,  folded ] to - several tiiicUnoasea or ovoci.  several thiclenensea of white blotting  Baper and  with  a  clean   sponge  or,*  It of olrianllnon sop tho->pot with1  the mix turn ami lay It in th������ direct  rayti of the sun.  ltcpeat this process until the spot  disappears -ond allow it lo ri'iiiiilrt In  tho sun until |t Iiuh bleached a pure  white.       .     ��������� , ,   ,        ,, .  ,{t    .:>.'..    ��������� ������������������     V ' ��������� ������������������������������������'    ���������<  ���������    '  Mpot-. ������.-.>���������      .        ..-���������!  . ;...  .. M.  :  Keiher    4    inblpppoonfuls    ,ofjL-  of  Jiydrouren  a^nd   V.table;j??;,    .  of ��������� cl������.j������r���������. water.     Ijiy '*th.eI "' ���������' ���������k  n **>������> f IX.  I*  IS  THE CANADIAN  BANK  COMMERCE  I  If:  j)  H  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D.. D.C.L., President  .-/ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manacier  i tu  ������������������     ���������..,.-.  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000 REST, -   $8,000,000  FARMERS'   BUSINESS  Tha Canadian Baok of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility  for the transaction of tbeir banking- business including-the discount and  collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge  on ���������ppn���������aii������,n>  BANKING   BY  MAIL  *_.___.*������ .os*. *vg ep^Re4 a* every braach. of. The, Canadian Bank of  Commerce to be operated by mail, and Will receive the same careful  attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business.  Money may be deposited or withdrawn in tbis way as satisfactorily as  by a personal visit to the Bank. A-Jl  TERC7 9. FOWLER *U*n*gir. Creaton Branch  v.  ���������������0MMMMtA**MMtA4Mt0*to*C������CX  lisMBfjj 6b������, art  Friday ** Clreirton, British Columbia, by the Qtwuin Pnb-  , Wilson. Avenne, Oroaton.  ,*. ���������r-^-ify- ���������'������������������ ->  *- .   Hismanal     yx. Bii*H-.S. Scsunros   >   Bangor..  Sabseiintion, $S.0ft- ^joox, in advanoo.  50-C-y Notices, 55; &>, 9tM; SO, 910  Tha Rvvtew iti,tto wdmowtedfted advertising medium of the Oreston ralley, clr-  enlaftsajr in ever oacktbousand bctoes throughout the Oreetou district. Our  OBlaaaas are open to wwreepoodents on lave questions of local interest. ������Oon-  tariantiene Hcnst be brief, written on one side of the paper only and signed, not  necessarily for^ublicstiou, but as evident* of good faith. We invite support  in our wdeaveura to increase the usefulness, ofthe Beview by bringing ia your  advertisements, rabecsiptsons and news. Complaints from subscribers as t<  aon-raeeipt of paperwillbep-foniptty attended to. Address all comnronica-  tioasfto the A editor  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  Our Quests  CaL   cAgain  YOU will make no mistake  when you get off tlie train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  I#umbennear -Ranchers,- T^yis.s  and Commercials.  h B. Moran  The (elections are over, the new Prime Minister is |  hurrying to Ottawa, and questions as to * How it happened *  have been thrown aside for the more interesting art of  Cabinet making. Various journals on both sides of politics  have been bus^the past week, building up imaginary cabinets and the n������raes ������f nearly every one of tlie Victorious  Con^rratives have been linked up "witlia^eat in the Injder  Circle of Govefn^eat. "; y  It is significant to note that in nearly all these predictions, the namevMvlfe S. Goodeve |^|% for Kootenay, is  conspicuously mentioned.    The Ottawa Journal,  published  in the Capital City, and probably one of the  best informed  organs of the day, has made  out an ' Advance Cabinet '"in  which Mr, Goodeve is slated  for Minister of-Marine and  Fisheries.    Coming from such a qua^r, this k most  significant.^ Mr. Borolen Sasbefore him^a ^i^c^Tt%ndj|^elicate  task, in chosinj| |rom^ach^u-a*l^^Sf talenf as the election  has placed in the House under his leadership. yy,.  If Mr Goodeve. by ^virtue of his mertorious and loyal  support in opposition, as well as through. his personal  qualifications, should be among those selected to hold a  a portfolio in the new Government, hist appointment will be  gratifying to the electors here, and a compliment to our  member and to the Kootenays, at the same time benefiting  the industries and interests of British Columbia as a whole,  and strengthening the Conservative Cabinet, for the  work of constructive legislation which is ahead of the new  Government. :,. *"'  Such a catastrophe as the disaster to the Giant French  Battleship ' La Liber te ' when by an explosion of the magazines, eight million dollars and four hundred lives were  cast to watte on the winds of heaven, brings serious reflections. For years, since the evolution ofthe ' Dreadnought'  all big gun type of battleship, the cost and size of these  colossal machines of war has risen, until today .a single ship  represents a capital value of 12 to i5 million dollars. Mean  time, the conquest oif sea and air had been continuing along  independent lines, the sub-marine, torpedo and airship, small  comparatively cheap, and capable of dfcstrqying the greatest  battleship, have taken a place in the front lighting line.; oi  the world's great navies. When one considers the havoc  which could be wrought by two or4tfjree. reckless well trained  men, from aireoplane or submarine; it almost seems as tho  the piling up ot these vast sums of capital into such machines of war, were the direct incentive which is urging on to  triumph, the exponents of the new style of warfare. Like  the huge animals of pre-glacial ages, the very cost in make  and upkeep of the monstrous dreadnoughts will bring about  their downfall; even now, the day of the giant battleship is  past,as the mammoth and giant sloths of pre historic times  died- out before the more economical, convenient and easier  fed Ani mala of our own day, so the giant battleship will go  ���������down and out, perhaps without even the test of actual  battle, before the mosquito fleets of air and sea, which are  the latest development of the machinery of war.  Mr. A. Masters, for some time past manager of the  ���������tore at Canyon City, has resigned, and is leaving apple-  town shortly, ior Spokane, ,  Nelson   Land   District���������District  of West Kootenay  Take notice that Walter  Demer, of Ymir, B.C., occupation lumberman, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following described land:���������*.  Commencing; at a post planted about four miles in a southwesterly    direction    from    the  southwest   corner of   lot   9323  and adjacent to   the southeast i  corner of Tom    Charles's loca- [  tion, thence   north    80 chains I  east SO chains, south 80 chains  and, west  80 chains to point of  commencement   and containing  640 acres more or less .  Walter Demer, Applicant.  James Fisher, Agent.  Dated June   11th,   1911.  We have just received a stock of  "Photographic   POST CAT^DS  of CRESTON, and they are the  best el>er taken of Creston and the  Vatky.  10 cts/ eacb or 3 for 25 xts; ||  ������������������������������������Main  Creston Dru^Book Go.  Nelson   Land District���������-District  of West Kootonay  Take notice that I, Tom  Charles, of Patterson, B.C., occupation lumberman, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted about four (4) miles in a  southwesterly direction from  the southwest corner of lot  9323, east of Mosquito Creek,  thence north 80 chains, west  80 chains, south 80 chains and  east 80 chains to point of  commencement and containing  640 acres more Or less.  Tom Charles, Applicant.  James Fisher, Agent;  Dated June  Xfcffc,  1911..  Nelson   Land  District���������District  of West Kootenay  Take notice that I, Stella  Warson, of Rossland, B.C., oc������  cupation Spinster, intend to  aPPly for permission to purchase the following desribed  lands :���������  Commencing at a post planted about four (4) miles in a  Northerly direction from the  Northwest corner of Lot 4275..  South of and adjoining James  Morrison's location, thence  South 80 chains, thence East  40 chains, thence North 80  chains, thence west 40 chains,  to point of commencement and  containing 320 acres more or  less.  Stella Warson, Applicant.  James Fisher, Agent.  Dated June  10th,  1911.  TOTJB POCKET BOOK  is safe; the prices for pipes are  very reasonable here. Some,;6t  the different kinds are sure to  please yon. people wonder  that we ore-soiling so many  pipes, bnt they would nofc wonder if they realised how cheaply  we buy, nnd what perfect satisfaction everything gives that  we sell.  wine i spin? uo  S: POOLE  I  b Prop.  Nelson Land  District���������District  of West Kootenay  Take notice that I, Mamie  Long, of Spokane, Wash., occupation Married Woman, intend  to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:��������� ,���������������������������  Commencing at a post planted about three (3) miles in a  Northerly direction from the  Northwest corner of Lot 4275  and adjacent to the Northeast  corner of Harry Brauor'a location, thence South 80 chains)  thence East 20 chains, thence  North 80 chains, thence West  20 chains, tb point of commencement and containing 160 acres moro or less.  Mamie Long, Applicant.  Dated Juno  10th,  1911.  James Fisher, Agent.  Nelson Land District���������District  of West Kootenay  Take notice that I, Mary Bil-  for, of Spokane, Wash., occupation Housekeeper, intend to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands :--  Commencing at a post planted about four (4| miles in a  Northerly direction from the  Northwest corner of Lot 4275  on West side of Mosquito Creek  South of and adjoining James  Morrison's location, thence  Southa 80 chains, thence West  80 chains, thence North 80  chains, thence East 80 chains  to point of commencement and  containing 640 acres more or  less.  Mary Bilfor, Applicant.   -  James Fisher, Agent.  Dated June 10th,   1911.  Nelson Land  District���������District  of West Kootenay.  _ Take notice, that 1, James  Morrison, of Ymir, B.C., occupation Lumberman, intend to  apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:���������    ,  Commencing at a post planted about five (5) miles in a  Northerly direction from the  N.W; corner of Lot 4275 and  adjacent to the Northeast corner of M. Flanigan'8 location,  thenco South 80 chains; thence  East 40 chains, thence North  80 chains, thenco West 40  ohains to point of commencement and containing 320 acres  more or less.  Jas. Morrison, AppUoant.  ^    ' James Fisher, Agent,  Dated June  10th,   1911.  Billiards and Pool  | jftjftjGi Room s**.^������*.  I m'  v  Cigars and Cigarettes  Nolisn  of  Land Dlstript���������Dlitriot  WostKootonay.  Tako notioo that I, Horry Brauer, of  RoBRland, B. 0., oobnpatfou Diamond  Driller, intond to apply for permission  to purchase tno following dsoorlbed  lands :~  Oommonotag at a post planted nbont  throo (8) miles in* Northerly dlreotlon  from tho Nurfc wist oorntr of Lot 4275,  West of Mosqnito Oreek, thonoo south  80 ohalns, thonoo WsAtflO chains, thenoo  North 80 chains, thoncoTffiast 80 ohnins  to point of oomraonooment nnd contain*  ing 0-10 noros noroo mpro or logs.  Harry Brnner, Applicant,  James Fishor, Agont,  Dato, Jano 10th 1011.  Scobell'* Liquor, Tobacco  ana Drujc Cwt������ bLW&A.  Alcohol Tobacco tn4 Dnita. It eonnUrscts th������  ittscto pfmoat Instsnilrrriittotsfill cisvlnci.  Altar Ufcinjrth* -trtatmaM Ihart will nav trba any  Madtodrtakln'Mdcaotaort    J   ������t aA^Ai^VVj'VV^iVVi/^V^y^^ ^-VVv������iA vvwvvwvvvw vwvvwww*  Hot or Cold Bath^  At Any Hour  Razors  Ground and Set  SAM HATFIELD, Prop  ���������j^nnnnnrrinnnnnnnr^^  I Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables j  g (Best equipped Livery in Town)  S All class of TURNOUTS supplied nt Bbort notioo.   The latest stylos of  p CUTTERS und BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and paok horses a  io Speciality.  2 Feed for sale.      Agent foir the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.     Horses for sal*  2 I nm prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  ������ at any honr of the day or night.   Commercial men and Inndeeekers, will  10 receive prompt attention  H...S. McCreath; Prop  ^ Phone 50 .   Sirdnr Arenne Box 14   3  ^XAJLSXSULSLS^ASlXSUUUUiSLSJUUr * 1 q.imjHUlJUUUUUaJULJJUJUULBJLtt, SU  Nelson Land Diotrict���������District  of West Kootenay .  Take notico that I, Mike  Flannigan, of Ymir, B.C., ocou-  pation Lumhorman,������intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following1 described  landn :���������  Commencing at a post plant-  about five (5) milos in a Northerly direction from the N. W.  oorner of Lot 4275 on East  side of Mosquito Crook boingthe  Northeast oorner thenco South  80, chains, West 80 chains,  North 80 chains, nbd East 80  chains to poiut of oommoncomont and containing 640 acres  more or Iosr.  Mike Flannigan AppUoant  t * : , Jamos Fisher, Agent.  Dated Juno 10th,   1911.  J run nf ain.Can  ��������� to star of out  Vonrtoan loaves of good broad for a  dollar, at tbo Oity Bakery. Also oakos  of all TarlttiM, try thta.  Aeroplane Races Every Day  MAMMOTH   NIGHT   SPBCTACUB  ������������������Pioneer Days In tlie Pulouse"  9126.000 Will Be Spent on This Exhl  bition  REDUCED RAILWAY RATES  Greatly Increased Prizes  Many Now Classes, Opon to All  Write SPor Premium JAtib md Vatly Proomm  2X7  Hutton  Block,  SPOKANE,  WASH.  ,* %.������.I* *������"������������������.  TV-,*-***'*j-** ..*������<"*"v*rH.  t*'!,j������fc>  ���������*. Mm.  ���������>*.  ������v������,*  **i*  ���������'{f^X! k. &+*'.* V>������������<i**Kktfrdtey ^  ttiwr'.tfjfaito  ,^i,    w  L>  M ���������-.,������.  ���������'..-���������'    " ',**r,*Wjc(f-  r -i yy  xxy%xyy$*:y.  xyyyyny$wy.  THE   CRESTON,    B. C.,.'-BE^EEW.  If You Like to Drive  you oan indulge yourself by engaging a  team from tbis livery stable for ss long  and as short a time as you desire.  This Livery Stable  is also prepared ta send a carriage to  moat trains^ to take you shopping or calling, or to convey yon to any June weddings yon wish tojjttend.   Cameron Bros*  CRESTON LIVERY  A. MIRABELLI  TMB   CWKSTON  3HOEMAKEW  B#it Workmanship  and Shoes made to Order  .-A Speciality  Starkey & Go.  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  ������������������nwral Commission Merchants  NELSON  B.C.  A complete stock of ���������  ' Fresh Beef,Veal, Mutton,  Lamb and Pork,  Sausage, any kind  Hams and Bacon, Butter  and   Eggs,   Lard,   Beef  Dripping, Etc*  Fresh. Fisli-������y-er^~Frida.y~  Smoked Fish all the time.  Our Smoked Salmon and  Halibut is choice.  F. BURNS & Co.  Limited  CRESTON  B.O.  "PUBLIC INQUIRIES AOT.  Music���������Mias 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  First olaBH job printing as tne Review  "Offloe...,        "'" ���������  For Sale.���������820 acres of crown-granted  'excellent Fruit liand on Kootenay Lake  Loft 01S.   Apply,  C. P. Hill. Eiilcrest  ! Mines, Alberta 15-th  Frnit Ranch for' Sale���������Fifteen acres  [ in   good  state  of cultivation, planted  with 1800 trees consisting of apple,plum,  j peach and cherry trees. Good five room  fbonse and stable one and a half miles  mom  Creston.     Apply   to   Walter.   V  | Jackson Phone 91 Oreston B.C.  Subscribe to the REVIEW today.  PUBLIO HIGHWAYS  Province of British Columbia  Notice is hereby given that  all Public Highways in unorganized Districts, and all Main  Trunk Boads in organized Districts are sixty-six feet wide,  and have a width of thirty-  three feet on each side of the  mean straight centre line of the  travelled road.  Thomas/Taylor,  Minister of Public Works  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B.C., July  7, 1911.  jy!3;  HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor in Council his been pleased  to  appoint the Honourable Albert Edward  McPhUipP, K. C .President of the Executive Council; the Honourable Price  Ellison, Minister  of Finance;  Charles  Henry Lngriu, of the City of Victoria,  Esquire; and Willi>*m Harold Malkin,  of the Oity of Vancouver, Esqnire, to be  Commissioners under  the "Public Inquiries Act" for the purpose of enquiring into and reporting upon the operation,  ofthe "Assessment  Act,  1903" with  respect to its practical bearings on the  financial requirements of the Province.  The   said   Commissioners will hold  their meetings on the dates and at the  places mentioned hereunder, namely :���������  Viotoria   at   the Executive  Council  Chamber,   Parliament    Buildings,  Monday and l'oesday, 25th and 26th  September at 10 a. m.  At the Conrt  house or the Government Office at  the following places:���������  Nahaimo, Wednesday and Thursday,'  27 th and 28th September.  Vancouver, Friday and Saturday, 39th  and 30th September.  New   Westminister,   Monday,   2nd  October.  Bevelstoke, Wednesday, 4th October.  Golden, Thursday, 6th October.  Oranbrook, Saturdav, 7th October.  Fernie, Monday, 9th October.  Nelson, Wednesday, 11th October.  Rossland, Thursday, 12th October.  Grand Forks, Friday, 13th October.  Princeton, Saturday, I4ch Oo ober. -���������  Merritt, Monday, 16th October.  Kamloops, Tuesday, 17th October.  Sammerland, Thursday, 19 October.  Pentioton, Friday, 20th Octo er.  ,   Kelowna,. Saturday/21st October.  Vernon, Monday, 23rd October. V  It is requested that all persons who'  are interested in she matter aforesaid,  and who desire to be heard, -will not fail  to be present at   the meetings of the  Commissioners.  PRICE ELLISON,.  A Chairman  Treasury Department,  13th September, 1911. se!4  WATEB NOTICE.  Take notice that- on the 1st  day of August, 1911, at the  hour of 11 o'clock in tlie 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, by "Gust Andeen of Kitchener, B.C., Hotel-  keeper, for one cubic, foot of  water per second from ituasell  Creek, a tributary-of Goat  River, to be diverted 400 feet,  south of the O.P. B. 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 thev said townsite of  Kitchener, under which' th������ pipe  4ine-wilttfe^atdrTEe~namesa^  addresses oi, any riparian  proprietors whose lands are  likely are the Canadian Pacific  Railway Company, Vancouver,  B. C. -ry  Dated this 22nd. day of June.  1911. ?  ���������  GUST ANDEEN,  By his Solicitor,  v/ G. BE. Thompson.  MINERAL AOT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE t  Ben hurr, Summit, Last Ohance^ Old  Dominion, Climax and Spud Fraotion,  Mineral Claims, situate in tho- Kelson  Mining Division of West Kootenay District. ���������.-'������������������  -A  ������������������'���������-'; ���������������������������  Where located:���������On East Bank of  Priest River, about three milos North  of the International boundary lino.    .  TAKE NOTICE that i Charles Moore  acting as agent for A.. I. Marentette F.  M. O. No 831188, E. W. Stoner Free  Miner's Certificate No 33227 B, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to  apply to the mining recorder for a cor*  tificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Orown Grant of the  above claims.  And further take notice that action  under Section 87, must be commenced  before the issue of suoh Certificate cf  Improvements.  Dated this 6th day of Jnly, 1911.  "'- Chas. Moore, Agent.  DistriotLof  i  cRANsnobk - e.e.  *he  Funeral Oir1*1  UHGMUI  All changes of ado. mast be handed in  aft the Review Office not later than  Wednesday noon in each week.  NOTICE  Nelson Land Distriot.  West Kootenay.  Take notice that I, Edith Montgomery  of Nelson, B. O., occupation, naarried  woman, intends to apply for permission  to pasahose the following described  lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted about  80 ohains south of the North-west corner  cf Lot Sw������S, thence 50 ch-sins North*,  thenoe 30 ohains West or to the Northeast oorner of Lot. 7684, thence Sonth 50  chains thenoe West 20 chains or to point  of oommenoement containing: oaa hundred aeres, more or less.  Enrm Moxtgoxuiy,  Applicant.  Jnly, 19 th 1011.    Edward Ferguson,  Agent  S CURED  Sri. IC A K. Egtsb^ftd 20 Ytara  wxxmzsm*a WITH.  out mumm consent  |tm^&*ra������a������iro������Y a tmiovu^   .Otmem^ilmx wafexVI tad twsa inflicted  Isaatecngaltedeecore  ^_-iSM_*-Jffld* ������* blood  _.  . -*-rM Ha* aprbiM end otber  *$ulf bank eat  A Jb&otchta, tbeom.  cf taeh-lr. ���������jweUtase        __^ arrsa vaaATtiiar  aad ao aign?i of aay f'-tfltr  ftag^^nxs&i  [wbbj'foevfaor mcetbe  m^^^s^s������m^^w^^ls^si^^^  wm&^rm^^^'"  KwuTijpTWMcnMyoo. ���������^^  Cm*.' Homester wko *-  rnwsaiwaiOMma. a  rflha  * &&Tfntinmteux*tajesfijf Bee  KENNEDY  Si. D*r������i Wkh.  :������ffl1������ttm frwCsaadaanut be addressed  ���������     ������ ������      *- . wntlnWlaosar, Ont. TM yoa desire to  re essssss  see tie j  Laboratory ���������for  ee  Wadset ofSctio Which  &^������^ F���������1,f5L*,r.Camspoadence and  KgNNIBY, WttsisM, Oaa.  7 vStop yOTT an0, ta  unny  w-rkitt^TJij..1.!.; i uaas  ,2"\   <     K        ' **  r  nn itiweiwaaaaipsii..  ���������>WJy' - *������''f ^  If You Wffittb see  '.*������������������  ���������i n?i:  ������ ���������  -ansa  '.  t  t >  ���������������  B������  In British Columbia's  ������������������SB  Creston, -B. C.  never had a orop failure.  i ne damaging frosts.  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ���������  ICIaisanu temperature 1911, S degrees  .   above zero.  Oraw-i apples that are first prize ���������win*  nors every year in competition with  the world. V     ,  Has an idoal and mild olimnto.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  Has tho most favored looatioa, olose to  markets, ample transportation faoil*  i ties, two ratlrofids and a navigable  riveAv;-,- ���������* ':X. -  ''..'��������� ' ������������������!��������� '-f,'" ' y  District ocmprUe* the iargast area of  gonnlne, j[������roven frnit lands in the  province. 00,000 acres in eho blook.  Hns the quality nud quantity of land to  compote favorably agelust tho commercial orchards of tho world.  M:  A  "Best Soil, Level, cflhundmce of  :, ���������      . ,���������������oi~i-* ��������� *���������'   *������������������  Water, Good ^ads. Suitable for  Colonizing or SubdMding  A A A^ AAAA AA.*AAAAA A.AAAA Ast-AA. ,        .  *J       ,    ���������  20 acres one half mile from toimm, simt-impro'bed; dwelling.   160 acres one  mile from toY������n, finest soil and situation in the Glorious Kootenay*  Also other tr Ads improved ana unimproved high grade fruit Unas at lowest prices, *ll genuine propositi***  I -.V- t i tl- ������ *  Creston, B. C.  <      <   . i, J * * .  , ' ��������� ���������,'      .������ -  Is eltaafted U the Xeeftapsf Talley  Utveea Keateaay latkf aa������ Hi*  Ualtad ftet0������<8ow4uqr. Uk4, 1+  ���������ailes Beatheast af NelsH M oUlas  ���������eatkweel ef ,OraaW*ek������i *������* *������������������  * atiles Vertkeailt of Spekaae.  y. ��������� .".\  ���������  m (     .       .        .,fcl|i. ,|...i������������������  "I ' ������" W      '    I   <l"l      ' I* Ml   .(.. i"*. *        '���������      ;(* i  WlMtLefdlastUe^jnv^k^SfiU; #eca  ���������������te tavesksoeat I iM^effjr'cWts>i ae aay*  ' ether ylase la Brit^ti ColhsabbX  ;>������.,������������������,,������������������ ,   ^j^ffll r:  Whattlea. Thos. Taylds'saU:  Ore*-  Usa DiMtie* ia ike gardan af SMMsh  'CaluaMa.  What Andrew Oaraagie saifl t tha  wise aaaa iavesks hia maaer la ftoi  real estate.  ������as  Waal Jaeek Aslar 4Uh aaaae ���������������������������,���������  ������ce#������*o ifk ret) estate ut Myaaes.  ass  ���������em  .Qatn haalth aad wealth, sunt iwovw  yj^ar wfadasa ky bay tag frait laaJa ia ������  frotah -frail ollatate, anA wkere-aa  irrifaUen is r^alMi..  i'l  ,      '      >l m  .r<f  I'M  -' > i %:  Apply to the  . Gzuner  mmml,mU.uvU*.rL \i i , iim.) Ji. .i il|iil ������HMl'<i������il������ii������<iriin������.M  Creston  <Britisk CoUirnH&  ������a������sisipiswMesMsaiiiw������i i ia*aaiBiisTiislw  |i������BWKffi(fffW?^>mttriff^,v^  %crcrcnces: Canadian Bank of Commerce, Creston, B.C*, snd iBank of MohtrettU RossUnd. AC  MIHMW������IICTB_a^  --r-r* -jri'd  i"i mmmmmmm^.  ^^^m^^mi^mimmammmmmmmm  ,,*  ���������i> ��������� .������\  Mm  mmmmimmilltim  V...> A','.k-.^^.'.;s-*'5i- ..M.  1 .       ���������     ���������    ���������    I   ,       <  Mr .:.������j. iiHiftf-'-'^''*' '''��������� '���������'���������������������������-'���������*  ttAuw THE    CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW.  Novelized From Eugene  Walter's Great Play  JOHN   W.   HARDING  Copyright. 1908.' by G. W. Dillinshatn Co  That "Paid In Full" is a story  of absorbing interest has beeh  proved  by its phenomenal suc-  seasons there has been no diminution   in  the   drawing  power'  of   this   vital-piece" of realism.  In its. presents form it.is not'les^  engross ing.    The features mhicfix  made  it so powerful, as a play ���������-  ure not less potent iti the serial. *  ,Jt  is the  same keen  exposition  of human motived,put into'the:,  simplest  forms   df'yexpression.'  sThere is no  waste Xofimaterial*,  no attempt'toyijioralizei,,no, breast  in the continuity   The^ihreem  who are  the central figqrjes   in  the story stand out in adt^irabPsA  distinctness from the^enyrjirst,  and the one woman whose splendid rectitude   illuminates^'it' ail ���������  lives from  the   moment   pfhgr  appearance.    Although it is certain tfo produce frequent thrill**:  the   story  is   neither   melodramatic nor sensational.  Its pouter  lies in its humanness^-i ���������-..:  A  CHALTEK   L  **1fiti T������' *'11 Q',lc Sive Vera a raise of j?  B^sWn,   cent** an hour nor of. a cent  Jfc^^y an Ihonr; bary  a raise, un-  x-'i". derstaud.   A,ud:i.-d-an't ������������������'  you   to' eouie   here   thinking  you  can  bulldoze me, be**������use j^^i-nnd4uiptoi:y \ Sicwmlweesivfc^     ^  <jukk ���������yoii'^mim^^^my man 4 ^u*������^^ ^������*M������* '*K      ,���������  tbinbs be ean do^tbat V^������ tbAsee J-SPP1^"^ ������W ^m*v<ms.irritability;  Enow, tnat hi������ name war a terror to,  Ballfcrtit'h frolm'san Kra hHsro to Aus-  trallnl' He made 'his- ttrwt money by  b^llyingVnnd lll'treatlng other ii>en"'a'tid  killing thv'tji);.,ti.i<v7oii -><'<.'Hsi������������n "���������. It's a  matter of-,:<'<Wiii������M������n knowledge/ -And  he's been h bu������;-'a*tieer t������yer sin<:ey  b^.n'l, ,bV bunko .and sandbag my fa-  ther-ln-law' out of 'control, of tbis .com-;,  pan.v?' Atfd "what has he done s*lhee  then hm . him -tii** ttrnoil tyrant over  everybitfty connected with It. heating  us down. to the lowest Wage, a inan  can es ist on ilini Dp way add to his  fllny heap. running" this office with  tint, boot and rope end as though it  were"bis lavyi^ss ������������ilp, and we w������>re tain  -groveling Lascar crew, I hope the  U)ti}**sborenien do strike! They would  he doing humanity a service if they'd  fill him full of bullets."  "There's* a lot of truth in whnt  Brooks says." assented a .vnmhful  clerk in low tones, looking nround cautiously as. he* did ro.  ���������^AV>������-~-������/-4w���������aJJ^���������l--doiCr���������see__ibajt._  you've got sncn a. tierce kick coming."  Observed' Jenkins   to   the  disgruntled  orator.  "You don't. ���������* eb?" sneered Brooks.  VYoq.think $'20 a week is big pay for  an accountant and collector who's  bandied.liblfAibe uioo&y of the line for  five years. eh?"  >,*31o;  I  mean  that you are at Icmhi  solid with  ihe boss and sure of your  Job. wbicb Is more v.bi'tti, t^iiytKMly else  h^re-is. ami that you stand to become  tm officer high up In the company one  ot1. tbese days.   Williams is a friend of  I your   family.   Isn't   beV     You yourself  ) have boasted often tbut  he visits ydo  j andlyour wire."  ! "That's Ju>t It, The ������awlne takes advantage oi* "������������������"hiav relations' with iny  wife's people! tb keep me'down atid  nib it lo. tit her tieople get I heir, salary raised, hut l don't. Do you call  tb&t a Rqaare deal*;"  "^It hardly peeins so. but perhaps  inexpert bauds at borne And" if his there's a reason He may nave.some  collars and cult's also were just.a trirte 1&W**'1 xtiax wUl ������H>**������r ������'������ due course,  the worse for westr at least they wereTaod v<m'u 8������ ������������> several numbers at  iuunnculately<-tean. y     ���������������������������;iione tsvwp.   tn the meantime." oontin-  "Gbeer up*" admonished one of hi*"\S**& ���������l������������n,klns.   lowering  WAS A GREAT GAMBLER  LATE DUCHECS OF DEVONSHIRE  LOST  FORTUNES AT CARDS.  $Uf������ENE WALTER.  Author ot "Paid In Full" *nd "The  - Easiest Way" .  wiis ssi���������wni CM iismA i  'A'������v  .>-.-"Y������sU four  thousand eight  hundreds  ���������i-Vand ^geventy-tiws."   ^ .. Ay  ������������������AJU-^risht/   That's aU."  '     -.' }%  BrtK>ks   went ^ put., closing.',Che  door  V'bebiad bim, and returned to his- de-������k'.'.  He wis' in a- bad temijer .hiiufcelf and  niad<e no effort to cot weal tt. Tor a sut-  teu scowl   tn.arred   bis  datulsoine  and  usually   genial   taW. ' Not*.i<>ril#   \yas  Joseph Brooks handsome, bnt a- ratneri  dlatiuyuished ,  looking    young;" fellow.  wbo8������f clotbes sat ������$ell and becomingly*  upon. bioi. alttelt they were -somewhat  sbt^yj;'frbtn wear and fro������n ironitiK by  his voice. "I  fellow clerks...uottciog nis ill 'jfeuiuoji-l^wouldn't let on like yon have this aft-  3������joks" "m&*^..W������re never takeij. s^ fernoon ir I were you. .Ioe. It can't do  riousiy. for with bim m������ of desiwmi; 1 any good and mipbi <io you a deal of  eocy alternated witb a contaslous ear- ! barm. Vow don't know who might hear  dialltv and ^n.^o^imlsnr tliat knew*no i you. and the boss somehow Knows  limit.   Of late, however, bis* kp^; ot*i >^rythins? that goes on .in the office."  me - wearisd^neiyvJ     "��������� don't care," affirmed   Brooks sul-  "���������*-'���������"- ���������   *���������" -kiiy.   "I'd just as lief tell  bun u> bis  Vfac*e  what   I   think   of  him. >pnd.   by  English Noblewoman Who Died a Few  Days Ago Was One of the Most  Celebrated Society Belles of the  Last Century and Her Affairs Were  Matters of Current Gossip���������Said to  Have Lost $2,000,000 In Gaming.  The   Dowager.   Duchess   of    Devonshire, whose death in Loudon the oth-  er <lay   wus a result oi the excessive  heat, was 'a remarkable woman���������such  a woman as is more often  found in  .romantic, novels tuan in r������ai liie.   She  was 76 years old. but her photographs,  by   which  she  wus  known  the   world-  over, inuke her appear much younger.  She  was  but u child when  with her  -tsenmin i������thur~X!o.unJL.!i!A!liil^  over.   sh������   came   to   England,   largely  because   the   Prince   Consort.   Albert,  husband oi Victoria,  was a German.  As Countess Louise d'Anhalt she was  presented  at court at the  age of  I".  She   was  then  noted  ior her  beauty  and   vivacity   and   was   immediately  surrounded   by    noble   and   princely,  suitors.    From among them she chose  Lord Mandeville, who three years later became Duke of Manchester.   The  duke   was  a  rake,   a  gambler,  and   a  spendthrift and   it  was  through  him  thut the beautiful duchess became enamored of Uie gaming table.  She was only 18 years old when she  became the mother of a son who. at  23. married Consuelo Lynaja. who later oceanic Duchess of Manchester, and  mothvr of the present duke. Her other  ohildren are Lord Charles Montagu,  the widowed Duchess of Hamilton, the  Countess of Gosford and Lady Alice  Stanley, the wife of. tlie eldest son of  Lord Stanley, of Preston, at one time  Governor-General of Canada.  Among ihe swarm of suitors for her  hand when she was the Countess  Louise was the young Marquis of  Hartington. She looked.on him with  favor,  bathe was slow in-proposing  i:  Xfi-y  Wx  him  The   -words,   offered   in   a   wrathful  bellow, came, through the.closed d'tor,^  of    the   president's   'room.Anod. were,  heard  by every  employee and visit jot  In tbe main ottice of. the Latin-American Steamship company; y wbicb ov*;u-  ���������pied an Entire floor <if a bVjj building  in Bowling ISreeti. KeWuYork rtajC     '  ���������   Some of tbe employ.ees . smiled and,  passed .ttie*r*n1ar1i^^^  ���������emA'bad"   that   day.  buts tbe  sniite  "were of tbe sickly, apprebensiye order.  'lor the f^ct that: ile&Mibi+x<ifr���������tte't  .bumor  was  perfec-tly  wiell  known  tc  each  and all.  baying been  impressed  iWnpoo them Very forcibly at Mer*m **M>?* V^^T1 T",htf'T<!K  45  ������  *Co������c������ uft5f?.^eu^.tv^werecL w?tb*some  heat. **l "don't "Sl^"*;������f^^?Ss^BE''  cheering up, and ������������������';-l<-'*don't-;. f<t������H vHkey  r*beeelQ������;UP ^ Did youXp&ar how--the  brute. i^<^iv���������^;tbbsedeleg3i������^  Longsborenteo's union bet'ouse tbey"  asked <bim-to add a little to tbeir star-  vatiOB p^ toAbelpi tbem keep stcip and  boberVtc^Bethef f Wby shouldn't .be raise  them? Wby shouJdiiTtVV be Vraisej:all ot  '.,iai0. He'jR -recking - wit b money, doesn't;  bno*5?.' what to do with \$.^yft. w.hat  does be'do'but. griud*' u* down���������grind  andriigrthdAVandA ^Ind-���������gritiSa us as' a  grain V or vvtip*t-i4B- ground so iwwder  between^be millstones���������grind us witb  gum.   I will  one of  tbese days.-dam  bim!"  ;"VAll right." (aiighed Jenkins. "I hope  I'll A lie around at the time so that I  can perform for you the last sad rite  bf- gathering up your scattered re-  maius. Ab. here's Jimmy Smith!"  (To be continued.)  Ik  j., /  ix'.  ���������  f  *. ���������*  'from the minute  the great  man  had  '-made bis appearance with bis unvary^  Ang punctuality ������a the clock struek^;|  a. tb.   Others tH'pwU>d and Kept thesbS r  ^reflections to themselves.  Tbe voices of  ihe other parties  to^  ���������the conversation were not audible.-toy  She listeners, but that of ibe president,  wltb   Its  all   penetrating  roar,   burst  forib again:  ������������������I don't ������lve a. tin whlatie wbat you  ������Hr your unions ih*. understand.    I.et  Vim strike, strike und be;d-���������d.   Bu|  you tell;'em thlai^frmn m<*-t|iat any.  ������nun wno's fot������l,;en-jiUKli to tKifow uiVf  Sils job does so for g<>od and aii.   Bte'h-5  never work again fy^iheljiilh-AiJi^rU^,  can Btei^mshlp company in this or any  other port,   rirutke. <'"������"������: .of that., V\\M  ���������ho-w 'etii, who and wbat lu^um If tbey  /don't know." ...      \.X-  The  door  opened, and   tWo   whiter  faced, Intlmlduied ' men emelrged.* eair  in   hiitid& They   weire   rough   looking  men. evidently htptifsr*  iiiiir^d .tn the,',  bardent lilnd of 4;work-1 '-$$$��������� shuffled  quickly ���������piist the neatly dresttpd clerks,  and dldf. pot brehlijj^; frjpel^ umil thoy  found it-tcniHelves'lp Ybe c'rohs streania  of   hurraing  paA������eraiiy'i on '.tne street.  There,  as they   mopped   their:-tifow8-  and looked around .for.it.0uj|jy^u4������ome.  ���������thing of'the urr������������guntf\n9nlence vvlth  wbicb tbey hud demandedaodlencdt>f;  tbe bend of the company and which  bad beep speedily totoud.-:out of, ^ht'tu  by that fornildnble and! Choleric per-'  aonnge returned i<������r.tbeM2fe,>������"*���������������.    ������������������>+.,.  Meanwhile ut tu'e 'opl^WWinwf������t.bo  room In which ibey bad, tw*ejti through  the ordenl or tlioir interview Cit'ptiiln  Amos Wllllams/presldenV' niwi' geqeral  manager of tho Hue. glivreoV^fter bis  departing visitors und round, Jhe. of-  ���������Hc������. There win* dead silence, and ev.  ���������ry employee, from the highest io the������������������  otUco boys, impudent and Irrepressible  there, as everywhere else, stive when  Captain Williams was nigh; becamo  deeply engrossed In his work.  "Call up Mr. Smith nnd tell him 1  want to see him tit onto.'* he" growled  to no one In part leu Inr. Then be re*  aoterod bin room and slummad tbo  door.  In s few minutes, however, bis bell  rang, sod a boy responded to It with  an slserlty not cuotomnry In ony other  office lo oil New Vork  "Tell Mr. Brooks to come her*." w������"  the order be reeelr*d.  Tbe boy hurried nut nnd npproaehed  one ot tbe men behind the braayj.lat*  tics screens.  "Mr. Rrooks. tbe espinln wants ������otJ.M  be announced.  Ur. Brooks did bot reply, hut he got  down leisurely snd ������'<th bnd grace  from his stool nnd moved with equal  delitttfutInn "������ 'be president's room.  "Brooks, has Femsnrtes it Co, ibst  ���������Vmtmbti'o tirm. I������en heard from  ���������felt" demanded Ills employer.  "Check came todsy." was tht la-  tfoolr reply.  "it"mil* mU.i/m.lT'-  sap of. bra inland life tbat be may add  to bis plle^*  ���������   ���������   The  Hague.  The word "The" in the name The  Hague, the capital of the Netherlands,  is simply the anglicized. form of the  Dutch -���������-.'������������������word "S Gravenhaaiii^V: pr; S  Granvenhaze," either oi which'1 ia the  Dutch language means "the count's  hedge", qr "the. coufitr'*' v^roye" uj  ���������'woc^ia."^ Originally the^ocatibh,how  occupied by thecity of The Hague was  the ih'anting grounds of the counts of  y'fWeil.**' Raid  tbe  man wbo bud addressed bim,before. "I haven't noticed  "'"of'"  ���������%3mfaK*^*9? near him had listened to    HbHaiid.A  About the .year 1240;a/pal  tbl}?ohtbreak witb amused surprise^        ad^was?built in the: grdve.   Presently  a village sprang up around the palace  -rBtiliiVit: wasA:ca[led;A "The Count's  Hedge.'���������-and finally' aiid lastly a large  city;'which in the Ditch language has  is-original si-ywficaiioih? but which- in  modern; pariari'ce:''rh������B v beeh developed  into "The Hague" ; A '''"".  i>-'.. Smuggling In Italy.  ..The Italian laws against smuggling  are^most severe. A* peasant caught  with only a poundi ol contraband  tobacco is. pretty sure to incur two  years' imprisonment; besides paying  a heavy fine. The custom-? official-*,  too, are authorized to .shoot,.persons  crossing the frontier who refuse to  halt when challenged, and several  lives are thus sacrificed every year.  Still the; profits of smuggling are i-o  great that many brave these,, perils.  Ao'lcnapsack filledA^Wlth tobacco - or  salt, sutely landed', * yields ��������� 'a small  fortune-to the smuggler., so heavy  are the taxes ut on .these. ���������London  Chronicle.  LOCKED ROOMS.  Mysterious Chambers In Old English  Noblemen's Homes.  Perhaps the most lamous locked  room in the world is at Glamis Castle,  the old home of the Earls oi Strathmore. lii this rambling vile there is  supposed to be a secret chamber, 'access to which is known only to the  Earl of Strathmore, the heir-apparent,  and the factor. That mysterious chamber is supposed to have beeu, centuries ago, the repository of a grim family scandal, the nature of which could  only be "vhiapered, even in those wild  days.  There is in Poulton Old Hall & mysteriously locked.room which has never  been opened except by a representative of the Green family. The hall  and its lands have 'sometimes been  let, but the Green tamily have always  retaiued possession of this mysterious*  room, which is supposed to contain  several relics and otner family treasures. It is said that the last tenant.  -a.~tJ^m-m^tr^^^y-^hi#^^  have given them an increased rent for  it if lie could have had access to it  or could have, cleared away the mysterious contents, but the owners refused to give up possession, and so  the tenant left.  Therelis a very similar tradition at  Nether ������lall,.r:the Cumberland seat 'of  the Senhouse family. Here, as at.Glamis Castle. ,th.������L position of the secret  chamber j;V; A\wn only to the heir-  at-law and'"������������������';:A family solicitor. The  room, it is undt-^tood, has no window;  and up till now iias not been located  by anyone not in possession bf the  key to the mystery.  A tragic interest attaches to the  ruins bf Minster Lovel House, ih Oxfordshire. While it was tenanted by  a farmer/a concealed vault was dis*  oovered, and iu it was the perfect  skeleton of Lord Lovel, seated at a  table on which was lying an open  prayer-book. There were some jars  aud barrels which had contained food,  sufficient, no doubt, to last some  weeks, but. the mausion having fallen  into the hands of King Henry VII.,  the prisoner was unable to regain .his  liberty. The discovery cleared up a  mystery which had surrounded his  fate for nearly two centuries.  3S=  EMBROIDERED   GOWN.  A Pretty Study In Blue and  White For Afternoon Wear.  - --��������� ~~-������������������  ' ' -    '--'/' -A-  :���������* untm'thc tuminhoretiu;n du Kinke/"  ron sweating blood to nny estent.under the, grinding process.'!:  '.**���������,,'.  .,  "Jenklnn. vou're a���������n camel." retort.  Nl Brbnlts. "For u wisp or tiny you'd  let yourself he loaded till vHlibjIntU  straw broke yo.ur buck, nnd then you'd"  lick the hand tluiY efushwl you,:; , .  ������������������Bnre/'j.Hnid .lenklnn onibtiMluHtlonlly.  "Anybody can load me up that wuuta  to. -���������"       .   ....  "And I'll bnrlt his liquid capnclty to  equal Ihnl otf, un.V cumel," ehlmod In  Another Wonk. whllo overy one whhln  earnlmt gWnried.  "Oh. yon enn lnnph." grnmhled  Hrook������r "but It doesn't nlier the tnuli  bf U'lnti I say. It's men like dim Unit  havo iniide our society today whin It  Iw. a n/.mlle������������. hcartlem*. oppreswlve  civilian Km In wblch Cr������K*uw������ .walk  rongbshttiT^VfWiP1 tha weu who nro  down and thrust then).,deeper Into tho  ������������������tUKiRlj with one foot'* ns they climb  higher nnil higf*Mo.yt,lM'. power that  the noswMHloti of Ineoucoivublo wen It It  tarries with It." M  " 1 wmh ever lliu������!" slghM .lenklim.  "Hut thfre Im v������'t Iio|m>. Our Jowpli  lust ti received h cull lo uplift the down-  IflMl." ,  "Uow did he get II? What Is his  record)" weni on Brooks. Ignoring the  InieiYUjiiUoi'. "Why. he sinned out as  m "ciiier //r f^Htuiili I'milli; irader,  which in tbo/^dMM' wus tb������'sume us  '.j: s riraff. *<������* J?**1* vtn������������w and i  tijm'  Where They Belonged.  "You can't always break the speed  limit with impunity," declared a magneto expert. ' A halt hns to be called  somewhere."] St. Peter wfca standing  by the gatewnen a ninety Horsepower  car came up with the speed of a comet  and, halted in a cloud of dust with  sucb suddenness that the .good guardian was greatly startled. He held up  his hand and wavod the party away.  " 'Boys,' said he, "if you want to  scorch you'll have to go down below'."  ������������������������^������������������ll ill   ������������������!   ���������I   ������������������WIW^KlHW  c-.'-A Frisnch Epitaph.  In a French cliurchy"ard is a monument having nn epitaph ol which the  following l������ a translation: "Here lies  Jean Pinto, tho Spanish vocalist.'  Wlten ho, raacliud heaven, he united  his voice with thu voices of tho archangels. As soon as he heard him tho  Deity cried, 'Keep quiot, all you fei-  1owb\ und lot us hear nlono tho illustri-  ous.singer, .lean PintoI' "  ''Labor's Protest.  A schoolteacher gave.her nupilfl thin  mm for, homo works "How long would,  It tnge eight men, working ten hour*  n.day, to build a house fifty feet high  H fhey built an Inch an hourP"  Tho npxt morning one boy brought  to the school, im>tend of n solutiou  of the sum. this letter from his father,  whi> wain carpenter?  *Mndam���������I*'re!ii*e to let my son do'  ,thnt nuni.Vm It- lookn ti me to be a,  ������lnr on .the,*������!irM'Uoi|f sy������em.   Any  mim not UW- thiit) t^ltfht hours n day  h*> is welcome to do, but uo more."   (  A  Rest Hsrolne.  "What U your Idea of a heroine,  John?" ������*UhI tht' wile of hi* bn<i;nn  ih she looked up from the novel *hs  wan  r ailing.  "A heroine, my dear," am������wi'r������*dl  John, "l������ a wonmn who could tti.k  K������cU, but dountt't."  '     1.ATB DUCHESS OFDBVONSHlBlI.  and Lord Maudeviile, more impetuous,  won her hand. But Hartington was  so baaly smitten that he remained sin-  giefor many years and as time went  by he kept so close to the hem of the  aucness' gown that society marveled  and gossiped. The two were V rarely  separated and their friendship was  pointed to as the ideal platonic affection of the century. Hartington was  a statesrhan aha became famous an, tne  right hand man of Gladstone.  In 11490, after a married life of nearly  forty years, the Duke of Manchester  died. The Duke of Devonshire passed  away at about tne same time and  Hartington succeeded to the title and  to the enormous fortune. Suortly after  tnia the widowed Duchess of Manchester and tne new Duke of Devonsnire,  whose, wife had also passed away, were  married. .Thus were the middle-aged  friends���������lovers in youtn���������'united and  Louise became, "the double ducness."  But the Duchess of Devonshire never abandoned the habits she had acquired as Duchess of Manchester. She  could not conquer her passion for  gambling. She was a master of bridge  wnisj. and it is said there was no better player in England, but she used  to suy she wus 'as unlucky at curds  aa lucky in love." During the past  decade it is fairly estimated Bhe lost  $!������*0(JO,000 in ham cash at curds and  at tbe race track. Luckily, the fortune of the Duko of Devonshire was  large enough to stand the strain.  her full name and titles were; Her  Grace the Rigat Hon. Louise* Frederioa  Auguste d'Alton Cavendish, D.uchc-ss  of Devonshire, Marchioness of Hartington, Countess of Devonshire. Coum.  teas of Burlington, Countess d'Anhalt  of Hanover, Ludy Cavendish of Hard-  W'jcV,'.-;*I.ady CavendiBh of Koighlcy.  Lady of Grace of St, John of Jerusalem. ,  ?.-!an and His Ways.  "The, boldest grafter I ever knew."  says a friend, "was a summer resort  hotel man with' whom I became involved last August. I spent * three  days at his joint and couldn't stand it  any longer. When I called for "my bill  I sa.J very severely *.  ." *I think you advertised magnificent scenery  up here?'  '"Yes. sir. I  did.'  " 'With good fishing?"  " 'Good fishing too.'    -.-...  " 'Pure air and no mosquitoes?'  "'That's the way my advertisement  read, sir.   You quote correctly."    .,.,..  " 'No . '.es, no malaria, airy rooms,  unsurpassed table, etc.P'  "'Exactly. Is there anything  wrong?'  ���������  " 'is there anything wrongP 'Where  is the scenery?'  " '-There isn't any.'  " "Where are the fish?'  "'1 never knew: of a fish .being  caught in these" "parts.'  " 'The flies are fierce, and the mosquitoes, are  still  worse,  aren't they?  And your rooms are stuffy, and your  table  ii   rotten.'  '" 'You're right.'  '"Then you admit you lied about  the place?'  '* 'Oh. is that what you've been  trying to get at? Why didn't you say  so in the first place? Sure 1 lied. I'd  have admitted that a half an hour  ago if you'd mentioned it and saved  you a lot of talk. I'm the biggest liar  in these parts. Your bill for the  three days will be $10.75. Come again  next season*." .  EMBBOIDKBED QOWS.  A handsome gown for afternoon  Wear is shown here. The tunic of  chiffon opeus like a coat over an un-  derslip of ftray chiffon over blue silk.  The two deep bunds beiow are embroidered, hot beaded. The deep collar of soft, lustrous silk is fastened at  the side with a smart rosette. Tha  bat ls of blue straw adorned with  sprays of white hyacinth. Tbe checked  parasel of blue and white bas a band  of plain white with black velvet bands  and black velvet dots.  Too Personal.  Constable Casey had ordered a pair  of shoes at Roseubrig's store and was  about to try one of them on when the  clerk reached for it and deftly sprinkled some French chalk in it to ease  the forthcoming stTain. When be  handed back the constable threw it  on the floor, pulled on his own shoe  an������d started out.  The proprietor had noted th-* scene.  "Whavs the matter, Mr. Casey?" he  panted as he caught up with him.  "Was the clerk sassy or anything?"  For a moment Casey glared at him  in almost speechless anger, then observed with icy dignity, "If I can't  come into a place to thry on a pair uv  shoes widout havin' chloride av lime  put in thim beforehand I'll throde  somewhere ilse."  CROSS-STITCH.  8ome Hints For Making This Simple  Yet Effective Embroidery.   .  Cross stitching may be done on canvas of several different degrees of  fineness of mesh, a fact which is full  bf meaning for the worker- who, wishea-.^  to lessen or increase a pattern without" harming tbe symmetry of the design.  Tbe stitcbea must, of course, be*  connted ou the material Itself and on  the printed pattern, but by making  due allowance for greater or less-  coarseness in the canvas the above effects can be obtained. '.A  . A bluut pointed rug needle and mercerized cotton, which can be doubled  ���������when tbe pattern demands it. are ths:  best implements to employ.  Of course a great deal of the attractiveness of this work depends  upon tbe color effects, due'to the color  of the canvas and tbe thread. In general quaint chlnta-llke shades are beat  -Slull reds, blues and greens, such as-  those used for Bulgarian embroidery.  It is easy and charming work for a  long summer afternoon on tbe porch)  or In tbe hammock under tbe trees.  .  Gilbert and Sullivan.  Questions have often been asked os  to tn������ real cause of the dutcruncu between Gilbert and Sullivan at ono  time, ond many erroneous statements  have beeu made on the subject. Thu  truth is very simple and commonplace,  Gilbert objected to tho propoBtil of  Mr. O'Oyluy Carte to include tho sum  of $7,600 for refurnishing the front of  tho Savoy Theatre in thu preliminary  ������xponnes of the production of "Tho  Gondoliers," Sullivan did not support  him in tlie way he thought he should,  nnd for, a timo a coolness between  them resulted. It was, however, always a matter of the greatest sntia-  (notion to Gilbert that ho and Sullivan  were the beat of friends again beforo  tho lnttor died.���������W������8tminBter Guxetto.  " ������i-   , ���������       Newett Slot Machine.  ���������Thfl "trninometor" is tho latest. If  yoV nro on u train and you tiro curl*  ou������ to know how hint you arc Moing,  you put u penny in tho ulot and the  Fears of Children.  Dr.  G.  Stanley   Hall  has collected  facts regarding the fears of children.  These fears are generally created by  raronts or servants. He lound that  ,701 children hud 6.466 fears, tho  leading ones bolng tho fenr of light-  nlnj and thunder, reptiles, strangum,  dark, death, domestic animals, disease, *��������� wild nnimals, mice, rats, robbers, high wind, etc. A fow of thoso  fears are rational. In one placo ohildren were found who dreadod tho ond  of the world���������a fear created by adult  teaching.  A dolt For Whlstlor.  When Whistler, the famous artist,  dropped into an English couutry inn  the, landlord became very much inter*  cstod in him. Ho felt that he had "a  somebody" in hi* house. Whistler  noted his host's concerned Interest.  "And who do you suppose I aroP" ho  asked at length.  "Well. I can't exactly say, sir." was  the reply, "but I should fancy yoa  was from the muMc 'alls I"  CHIPPENDALE  REVIVAL  Popularity of Last Century Models at  English Court Ite Excuse.  Chippendale furniture is enjoying'  Quite n revlvul.of favor, together with  many otber artistic fnda of the reign*  of tho Georges. King George V. ot'  England is keenly interested ln nny-  thing that concerns hln predecessors*  and Windsor cusrle. which is tbo fa*  votito residence of tho royal couple,  contains some fino specimens of the-  handiwork   of  the  cent  cr������ftamaa  NThe   Widow's   Chance.  "Why Is it that u widow's chance to  get married Is always so much better  than thut ol a girl who has novor  tusted matrimonial bli������i������?"  "A widow's chance inn't unybetter.'  Sho merely knows how to tnko advantage of It."  lib,   Vou   Miinchsusft'tt  Mnrlu���������BiMiju hit* truiucd hU oak to  hand* on a dial "Informs you,    H. W.   bring hl# i-lipp-jr*.  , in the gen*      rurlis���������Thut a  nothing.  Prance, an  KnglUhmun,  hia who thought of 'his idea*  know a  writer on horticulture who ha* traipod  ������utwprra# to fthaiimu hi* had peueUsV  OflTWttNTJAM: CJUITt  The chnlr lliustruted hpro Is a hand  some yet typical specimen of Chippen-  dnlo style, showing ilie lightiu*hh mitl  lirrac������������ yei strength of the stylo. Tltoi  friuneworlc Ih of mnhogitny. The  squure ehtilr "seut ls upholstered in  'tspeslry. ���������  Tlie reproduction* of C,Ulr������rM,nd������l#  workminiMhip nre so ncetiratw and  pnlnftnuitiB that nltliough most of its  cannot Afford real old Chippendale for*  nltnrM, thesj. Imitation*-, especially Its  th** form of chairs, air* not beyond th*  niaaus or most.  V������������ ���������������-���������*.  "#  vy.  THE    CRESTON,    B.  C.    REVIEW  /  I  r'^y^rcrHTrEcy  (FOR YOUR  FALL PLOWING  GET  THE  GOCKSHUTT,  HjCHllUMf  J5*L.-VJH::-^y.-,(*V,  QUAKER "HGWI.EBS.'  Haye You a Copy  HEMHHssV    HHsBHK    M   HsflHShsHM  It Is FRKE5  .OUR BEAUTIFUL  CATALOGUE IL-  LUSTRATSD -  It Is the fewest ex-  talogue Issued Ir-  Osu-iJ^dsu It contains  ono hundred Illustrations and descriptions  of the; latest New York,  London, and , Paris styles  In ladles*, men's*,  misses*,  and children's fursv '  Do not fail to write to-day for  a copy of this authentic fashion  book���������sent FREE' to any address  on' application.  WE ARE THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE  FURRIERS DI THE BRITISH EMPIRE  t.s*l  A  of This Catalogue?  Write for It To-Day  , , _  TWe pay aH B'lallB or. Express  V"X     Oharees to you>;t^tv,������e  matter*where f y������������us ttiay.  Biye, or. all  Ru/ch^**  ^h>W^y.;n^y^  /. ,maH' fi'-^rn^'hl*^'  ' houso (g������ u :'a re^-j.  prot&eteVi- by '''  the'.fotfowinff "r  guarantee: -  '* ,   i  THB  SELLERS-GOUGH  \\& ^ IGUARAMTEE,,  11 v'*- *a^       "tFon roeelpt you flndi -that'  the fursfor any   reason'  are not  satisfactory, .write your  name and adftroaa on the outside ef  'the package and return them in ten  days in ffood condition, stating; why the  goods are returned, and we will pay -the  transportation.- charge*  both  ways and  exchange or refund .the money in *iill."  WESTERN TOURIST'TRAFFIC  >  and have reached thia 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 every fur that bears our labeL  II  FURS EXCLUSIVELY  Okt entire capital and time are devoted to the making and selling of  furs. We are specialists in the truest sense of the word, and, as such,  we can give you greater satisfaction in both quality and style than if  ycva bought is s general way. Our styles- value*; and ga������������ifcy are  exclusively Sellera-Gough. Compare them with what yona have been  accustomed to. i  Cur entire business ia manned in every department  by  an experts-nothing is left to chance.  Every fur and fur garment aold in this store is examined personally by a member of the firm,  before it is allowed to leave our institution.   This assures you of not only correct style and  fit, but also correct quality and thorough workmanship.  ALTERATIONS  REMODELING  We can make your alterations and remodeling now better and  ..cheaper than later on in the season, when we have more than we  can- attend to.   Write to us for estimate, and do it-right away.  Mountain JHotels  Vastly, Impoved To  Meet  Continued   Increase  ������  Year by year the traffic to the  Canadian Rocky i Mountains is in-  cieasing at such a great rate that the  mountain hotels have some t trouble  in satisfying all the' demand' for accommodation during the season. The  Canadian Pacific Railway is continu--  ouly improving and adding to its  chain of mountain hotels, but* even  Nvith the extra facilities thus afforded the accommodations are taxed to  .the .jittermpst.i_._E jrgry. irain_ jwo_stward  takes with it a-new contingent of  tourists, and it has become the fashionable thing to spend a week or ten  days in the mountains before going*  on to the coast.  ,  Banff, being in the centre of the  Canadian National Park, is naturally  one of the favorite stop-over points  for travellers. It is situated in a district which i% most' advantageous for  mountain climbing, fishing and other  sports, and, as a result, the C. P. R.'s  hotel at this point'is well patronized.  Recently the C. 'P. R. made several  new improvements to the hotel, with,  the ^result that it is now more popular than ever. The improvements  consisted of the addition of two new  wings and a new swimming i**pol. The  wings are built in the form of towers and contain sixty bedrooms. They  are five, storeys high, and, like the  rest of the hotel, are of stone and  mill construction. The ground floor  of the new wing is given up to a  spacious sun parlor while there is a  diiveway under the other wing. From  now on this sun parlor will be -a  feature of- the hotel accommodation-  it is fifty feet square, and on three  sides of it there is a raised dais  reached by a series of steps, where  the guests may resk while enjpying  the view* from the broad ^windows.  Beyond the dais thcr������ is a' conservatory where ffowers bloom in great profusion, and the whole parlor is surrounded by glass walls, giving the  sunlight free access to the room. The  parlor is beautifully finished' with  couches and easy chairs, r and the  British Columbia ceiling is supported by a series of arches and columns.  The swimming pool is situated north  of the hotel and, is protected by a  number of awnings. It is 180 feet  long and 60 feet wide,' and is built  entirely of concrete. There are sixty  dressing rooms for guests wishing to  use the pool, these being situated in  a 180-foot building to the rear of the  baths. The upper storey of this j  building is fitted up with Turkish)  baths, and there is underground con-i  nection with the hotel. In the centre  of the large pool there > is a small  plunge bath where sulphur water is  used. This smaller pool is 24 by 80  feet.  Both the sun parlor and the swimming pools were opened some time  ago and they have been much praised  by guests stopping at the hotel.  Funny Schoolboy Answers'Chronicled  'by an  English Journal. f'������'*  "Past and Present," the- FriendS**'  School" Magazine, publishes son*je  amusing blunders, winch nave been'  noted in examinations at the society'*  schools. An undergraduate, mapy will  be interested to learn ou the a'uthonts  ot staid young students, ia, (i) ^a person, not 'up ito- the' mark; Vl(2) 'aslowftr  class of board school. Other budding  Dr. Johnsons have beeii'-ecfuariy original dn the matter-of definitional i? 4j  ,. "A circle-is the aruouht taken'in by  the line ���������which goes ^all round!" - **  , "Parallel strajgnt lines, eyen jf- produced-1 to'eternity, cannot'expect tc  meet each other." ' . ,.    y,<  "A solid  is that which hasn't any  space under1 "the^circumference/'  "An autobiography is* th^-hfe of an  animal written aiter it ib dead���������as a  moral." ./ * ������������������ . . .��������� ; v'--..p* ^ -  "An abstract noun is one that cannot, be 'beardy aeen,' EducKe'd. "ot  'Smelt";" or, to take the ".pessimistfc  ;view of another, it -is-^tbe^name ol  ^rinething which has no ^xi^tence, as  goodness." r ~ ��������� A " ''"*>������*>.. *���������"������������������  ' 'An axis is an imaginary, line on  *which'the earth 'is 'tjiippoied V^b take  us daily -routine." !>"    -  ' "The Pba.-irf.ei were people ,whp,,lLkfc  to show off their goodness \iy praying  in synonyms:"-   '        "-        .'<���������-,'     *  The .following- illustrate histqry aa  remembered by the Quaker schoolboy:  "Joan of Arc was a peasant'-s'daugtT  ter, dressed in5 a .man's clothes, ^tnd-  '(Went to light the English, and was  slain, and her-soldiers said'don't you'  think you had better wait till to-mo������  tow to besiege Rouen."  "The Wars oi the Roses killed'a. loot  of the "important knights and .they,  got ano'ther start." * *��������� " *  ''Elizabeth had a better claim to*the  throne than Mi*.ry, for she had posset  sion nine-tenths of the'throne" by law."  "far away. o"n the deep the*SpanWr>  Armada saw the beacon fires twinkling  in endless chain from *St. Michael'-'  Mount to the Yorkshire'Moors; "and  knew that England was ready." t, ���������  * "Charles V. was going to be married  to,the Infanta of Spain; he went to  see lier and broke it off at once."'  It is interesting to be informed,too,  that-"Every German goes to school at  an early asre, however old he is." ';������"  Mi&. M. Ssurett,  603-Morean St.,  Montreal, says:  C MA   horrid  rash came out all over my baby's lace sad  spread until it had totally covered his scalp.  It -was irritating and painful, and caused  the little one hours of suffering... W������ tried  soaps aAd pawners'srid -s&trevbst -Js  no better.    He refused his food, got quite  tfiin and worn, and was reduced to a very  serious condition.   ;f was advised to.tiy  Zam-Buk/and did sou    It Was wonderful  how it seemed to cool and ease the child's  burning, painful skin.   Zam-Buk fcc^s ths |  veiy commencement seemed to go right to I  the spot, and the pimples and sores and the  irritation grew less and less.    Within a  few weeks my baby's skin  was healed  completely.*  He has now'not a trace of  rash, or eruption, or eczema, or burning  sore.   Not only so, but cured of the tor-  mentingakla trouble, he has improved fa  general health.'* - -'' -    ' * '  Zam-Buk is sold tt t!\ stoics and taadigne vendors, 50c a box, or post fre������~fron������ Zam-Bnk Co.,  Toronto, for price, 6boxe������ for S������-5Q, ..Acsnatncuni  I for all ricii-f tifocases, etito, boms, etc.; aafffor piles.  !  DON'T .WAIT  Till Wednesday comes around���������Make sure NOW that you   have one   of  The Boards With the Labor-Saving Cr.mp  No other Washboard can '{Ive you the same genuine satisfaction.  Made in different styles and sizes to suit the tastes of different people*  At all good Grocers.  If a man dies of starvation hi*-heirs  are not apt to quarrel over his estate..  Always Serviceable.���������Most pills lose their  properties with ,age. Not so with Par-  mjelee'8 Vegetable Pills. The pill mass is  so compounded that their strength and* effectiveness is preserved arid the pilla oan  be carried anywhere without fear of losing their potency. This is a quality that  few pills possess.. Some pills los,e their  power, but not so with Parmelee's. They  will maintain their freshness and potency  .for a long time. '   -  King George's  Littte J'oke. '  Kingj,George has< always beeii fond  of a  Joke,  ^nd  he found'*a;irafe ,or>-  i portunity for one once.   His ship wa.  I lying' off Portsmouth, and l" coalim*  had been taking place.- JLa<.this Ihe  princei; like everyone else o'a board  had to take his share. When frevhati  finished he looked a pretty ^picture,  being i������oal-dust from the������'crowt*f of His  head 'to, the soles of his bopts. . On������  Ot his pjessmates made ,the laughim*  remark that his grandmother, "'then  staying- at G'sborne, would^have something of a shock if she could see him  at the*moment.' "By Jove," said'hi-  toyal highness,* ".what '8 'larkU'l  have a good mind to let,her .see, me/'  His brother "officers egged Vbij? 9n  and,a boat was lowered* away*--and  off went the prince, as black as a  nigger. * By"'some' 'rheans 'or oth'e'f 'he  'managed to ' gain access to th'e  grounds of Osborne, and;, presently  the -familiar 'donkey-chaise* bearitis  the late Queen hove in. ������ight.^W|*������*n  it 'got close to him he stepped' mim.  where he had been concealed.* ann  approached her majesty, who "c&z<y"  at the weird apparition- in* amaVf^  ment. Then she made a ^movenj^nt*  &V3 .thqugh  to  coll  one of heft7;at^n-  i Write to ,us today" for, our choice  list of,'Agents'j Supplies.' No outlay  necessary. They are money makers.  Apply BVtC. I. Co., Ltd.. 228*Albert  St., Oktawa/Ont.   '     ��������� -   '     "   ' "-  : REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILI.  'Mm. WtnsLow'a SooHhiko avao*" bas*MM  Iszdforowtr SIXTY YKARS by MIti������JOM8 ot>-  HOTHBKS   for   tbeir   -*:Hlt.S)RKN    WH'Ul'  tBBTHING. with PI5KlPir������ ^^XLCCJSSa., ������  fiOOTKfES the CHILW SOPIAKS the GVUS,  IlXAYS all PAIN, CURBS WIND COUCui'  U the best remedy tor DIARRHCEA. It U a������  solutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "ast*  Window's Soothifag Syirup.'?, and, take mm ethet  ftindj  Sweaty-five ijenta * Wttlfe**    '   "^  1  I  i The "Wellington"  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 -       -       _,._.-  LCHAS. C. PUNCHARD & COT,     ..    Toronto. Ont.v ,    ,  >.t  ^  i^--  ���������{"vr4r\  It's the land of the free-  ters and .bachelors.  -For spins'-  About Right  "It ain't no fun ,boin' a kM," ob-  .flervod a kid bitterly. "You always  haftcr' to go to 'bed when JyoU ain't  .sloopy, an' git up when you uro."-���������  Toledo Blade. ������������������������������������/.'..,��������� tf-.wi;,-...:,;������������������  It ls>.Wise to Prtvint OUordsr.--Many  ���������eaunoB load to dinordora of tno stomaoh  ���������and! few aro froo from thom. At the first  ynanlfontatlon that the ntomneh and liver   Junctions,  a  J table PHIb  I be found  that tho dlifOBtivo orsrans. will, apoodily  resume hoaltiiy action. Laxatives and  .sedatives are no blended In*i thoao pilla  ���������that no other preparation eould bo so effective a������ they.  mnnirontation tnat tne ntomaon  are ��������� not porformlntf their ".fn  ���������courso of Parmelee's Voeeti  Bhould   be   tried,   and   It  will  Freshet Town  "Where aro you fromP"  "Plunkvlllo.���������,  "And whut uorUof a placo is Plunlo  ���������villoP"  "Venice of America, sir. Wo havo  nbout 10 feet of wutor in tho etreots  ���������every flpring."~LouluvJHo Courior-  ���������Tournal.  "rrr;  ���������'  The Limit    ; y A. ;.-,;  '"I know the champion moan man'."  '.'Who is ho, and what did die .doPW '  "He beat hisvwifo- because she wore  her wedding ring out   doing   houBO-  ������������������:-\  work I'  i<.������V,,." ^'.wiivi'.Hi1  irr  Mlnard?s Liniment Oures Oolds, Ctc\  Whntvio "ottuco, for tho g6oBC,n Iti  also anuco for the goslings.  ,y>\'...,���������-^-���������1 : -.;:' ,y'  Thoro .aro many imitatlorw'ot Wil-  Bon'a Ply, PadB, but nono compare  with the ftcnuino oricrinal artlolb.   ���������;  Be sure you got Wilson's and avoid  dissatisfaction.  Aggressive Advertising  '^Hearing a noise at midnight-in one  of his rooms, a, gentleman tiptoed to  the spot, thinking to take the burglar  unawares. Sikes, however, ,was not to  be caught napping,,.and before the  owner of the house fully realized what  was happening,he was locking down"  the muzzle of a revolver.  t'You, realize tliat you are at my  nferey ?*'  ' '   ,^Yes���������8." replied the house ONyner.,1  /'And also realize-that'I could'-shoot  ydu dead if I wished?".        ,  Another trembling affirmative.  "You did not hear me ��������� enter ��������� the  house?" \   ���������'���������  ', tN0.",;A   '���������   '.:..>':f'   "���������������������������-������������������.  "���������       '.   ���������    ���������������������������  ('Well, if you had your windo\ys, fitted with one of Wetohum's new patent  bti^glar alarms, this wou^n't���������; have  happened. "��������� I am a'n agent for the���������-"  But the owner 'of* the   house   had  awponed.~Ideas., *     . ��������������������������� ��������� 1  :| ;...., ,.;:���������������������������,:*!'i-' ���������*-.-���������������������������������������������������������������;  H ,- Necklace Fancies .  6h\q 'of thrf latest fancioa in neck-  lapos is ono of braided 1 seed pearl dear  toKour grandmothers. The luiek^ girl  who has such a, trcaaurq stored away  should bring it out and send it to thb  jewellet'1 for gleaning.   ,     ,...   Many of 'these.;.braided pearl collars  are in tho^imJlation,..stonos , but' so  creamy anfl'*'t'8at-l661������ng as-to"prove  very popular -oappoially with* summer  fro'olcs.    w'*'" "'^ ''������������������" y ���������,  .',���������������������������.  SEVEN YEARS PAIN  FROM ACUTE NEURALGIA    .. ._ _ very kind vitay,-tb^g-r-eet  ypur ������������������ loving ��������� grandson J^jA-fJven ���������' th'e  grave old Queen, w.aja f6Tge4,io'*.brjBak  into k-smile as she recortVtiep- ,'the  royal; sailor, but, from ftllJutcfaountA.  ���������hie 'received rather a severeT^aresaing  down" from her majesl^twhen'- b(������  joined the royal party -at (Jjjriri^r' la'te  In the, day., over the "unseemliness','  of his conduct. .  ���������    V   '  ���������"'  W'i',1 '  ...  Charles Cooch,. retired upon ^paU.pay.  ; . Major Scholfleld,,^%:^vjio,jv in'Oils  47th .yeor, entered Ihe Roy^UJJVrtillery  'iti 1884, and goiried-h'ftr.Vicibrtji''0)rbiw  1,1 ������i  A, Gallant 3o1'dier^!^ ,^'j  Matthew Hopkins, witoh finder, was  himsolf tried by his own tests and put  to death an a wizard. ,    ,  Minard's Liniment Oures Diphtherial  -  -    . '   ���������   .. n <'  Kvory time a child shows ^ou Its  toy bank it'e your onto.  ess  -DRU-CO Headache Wafers  Atop lid mtMno������t, nullojit, trio*! peiiUionl hc^J������cilioj hi half au  hctur or lass. Wa guarantee that they contain np opium,  morphine or otUer poisonous druf������. 25c. * box atyour drutfUts*,  er by mall from  29,  Hs#4lMbttl Oouf wmm! Omms*1#<4 Csit# nt CmmmsUu UsVsslsWJL     ���������    #    ������    #     MsMyHNMiJL  >A Useful Table  : Firkin of butter weighs RO lbs.,  Barrel of flour weighs 100 lbs.  Barrel of pork weighs 200 lbs.  Barrel of potatoes weighs, 200 lbs.  Barrel of beef weighs. 112 lbs.  Chest of tea weighs 28 lbs.  Gallon of honey, weighs 12 lbs.  Quintal of fish weighs 100 lbs.  Cord ot dry maple weighs 2,803 lbs,  The doctor stood by tho bedside nnd  looked gravely down, at tho flick man.  "I cannot hitlo' from vyou tho foot  that you aro vory slok," ho said. "Is  thero nnyono you would like to sooP"  "Yes,   aoid the sufferer faintly.  "What Ib UP"  "Another doctor,"���������^Judge.  ���������   ,%     -.  1 r rmm    ,  "Are you going to join the new Pro.  grosfilve purtyP"  V't don't havo to.yl belong to tho  \$i\ wlniiicrt."���������Baltimore  Amcrlc*ri.  T -'  1   111.1UU.  Aftnr marriage a man novor admits  that lio was tho ono who proposed,  CURED   THROUGH   THE   USE   OF  DR. WILLIAMS' PINK '  ...'  V: jyXPiUmSXy-i-y-y i.XXAy  '..] Neuralgia isi* not  a .diseaseTrit x.-iSy  only   a. symptom.  ,It is   the   surestv  sign   that  your' blood  is weak,*',watery and impure,,and .that yonr .nerves;  aro    literally    starving.   . Bad blood  is 'the ���������'one"'  c'ause-igood,    rich;- 'red  blood, its only. cure.���������.������,There you* have  the   real  reason Vhy' > Dr.  Willidinei'  Pink Pills cure neuralgia. ��������� They are  the only medicine,., that [contains^,in  correct proportions, the very elements  needed-to make'new, rich, red blood.  This alone reaches ":tho "Toot of the  trouble, soothes the   jangled- nerves,  and drives away the nagging, stubbing  pain, and braces up. your, Health In  other ways.   Mr.' M. Brehnan, an ex-  Sergeant  of  tho  2nd  Cheshire Regiment,' now  a  rosident  of  Winnipeg,  Man.,, says: "While,.serving with my  regiment iti-India,' on a h{tl station^  I  .contracted, a   seyero   cold   which  brought on acute';;neur.algiai at times  lasting for throe; iweblts.   I was constantly auttoring almost., oyery month'  inltho year for^oveWwii* Vears, ,tho  pain being Bomotimoar ������o aevore that I  wished I was dead,   On, my return to  England I,seemed to get no better,  though" I spent largo sums of mbnioy  for. medical  advice    and     medloino*  Then,! c(*mo to Canada, and about a  ar ago saw tho advertisement of Dr.  Ham������' Pink PIHb In a Winnipeg  paper. Although,I had begun to think  my( complaint was Incurable I told  my wifo that :I intended giving tho  Pills a fair trial. I was. suffering  from terrible pnlns when I Itngan tnk*  ing the Pills, but before tlie second  box was finished the pain began to  disappear, and under a furthor ubo of  tho Pllla it disappeared entirely, and  I have not had 0 twinge of it during  tho'pnst yoar. Only those wbo hnvo  beon' afflicted with the terrible pnlns  of neuralgia can tell what a blessing  Dr.. Williams' Pink Pills have been  to mo, and you may be sure I shall  constantly reoommond thom to other  tmfitirurx,  . Tho*** Pllln aro Bold by all modi*  cine dealers or by mail at 50 cent* a  Im>x or six boxen for $2.50 from Tho  Dr. Williams' Medloino Co,, Brook*  ville, Ont.  ���������Major   Harry   N:>,������������������ ScholfltfRi,': V.C-v  formbrlV' '���������������*" *ha .:o*A������n*T*-*������ as<f'mn������U ' ,*>  now .  giiard .         tlemen-at-Arma, Jn .ftuo^^VVto1 Col:  vsm mm &Jtwm������yca-ronoHTo  Heat������������nd>Cotd - , ^wi  He���������I could Idve%ypu tili^ihe'sutt^'  _ owe cold���������attctf.youP'A' . *i^V^'    " ^y  IShe���������I could tovp^you until ������my.liu'a������/  * .   ���������!���������������������������   ���������    ���������NWM^HI.I.MII^I.   HI^H    ^ J   J 1 r".  during tho fast Southu^Manii, Wttf  for heroic conduct nt Colenso. "���������' He .was  one of the gallant.band-^whof went with  other ���������' officersi,'��������� ihrfltwiifift', tfdu't.  the  ���������^Si&i^i&'moWx  iguns,.aftw.thojtnen <j)L,thorJbti>tteTy Md.  been-Bhot'^rowA; by the Boer shells.*.  Major ScMfleld' cqt,hisv toam' togfeth-.  er,tfnfrv/aB dblrf torblUhgih ono bl tho  ,only, twor gttps:7whioh, wctrei:;sayed.;. *���������  yy,::ywXilKVMWiftte  j'���������';  A countrywoman remarked to her  nejighbpr during >iv cpnvorantlon on  '(their return from market, "How Is it,'  Mary; that you liavo fyxon married lout,  times an'd I've never been'married at  all, and I'm much handsomor thari.  youP"       " ���������  '���������Aye, to bo Burc,"iirotuititied Mary,  ���������''but it ain't handsomonbiis. that does,  it, Sarah.    It's tnu 'conib hither' in  your eye/  ���������< 'Xi  ���������'W^^mmm^'M  ���������iwmmtvtimmmmmWmtw. ,|^ y.i-i  ������Mm  it  WM'MX'-  *wm-  >>:.  1,,,.;.'... .       Equine Suicide.   '��������� '���������'"   " ��������� ��������� ;k  Oan a ^otbovcommit Buieide? This  theory Ib brought Jorwar4,>hwughi*  singular affair at Brighouse. A horsa  foil into a pond in the vicinity ���������'of tho  Brighouse, Cricket Field,,., and it - was  got out after two hours of strenuous  ejcortion. A day or two later the horua  found its way to thu aatna pond, and  thi������ time met with iu death.,* Brig,  house pooplo ure'nuking If thi horue  wont tnere, purpooely.    ,,y...     '.    ,..,.  y        ��������� '-'���������'������������������ .'��������� ��������� -    ���������  - The AmbasJiador's Trebsers,"  Harry������Vardpn, tiie golf champion,  tbld this atory during one of his*visits:  to, tlio North Berwick ilnki. "A gef  tloman was-playing at Muiwelburgh/'  hftsaid, "when u Fiimoui ainbiMaador  pasMod'hy^ At the <hiddy snlutod the'  aiubawtwUr ������,i<k>tiyUuJJjV^ thu -f������mt)wmaft  said, 'You know tho ambassador, do  your' 'Of course I do,' tht 1*4 replied.  'He's a great friend of mint. Tha***  art his trousers 1'vt got oil'."  w  Y^csnieWrteft^heAil  a horsf-iis.ioInBlft^l  d^ioPt>c^;,^t������tf������>t.1?  3r������Tln^ilU|l||bpb^f'rm .**  t.v'm  .-i*.!'.!  Spavin,..    ���������   lantftdes*.;! yetlt'isbou ^ ���������m  Kendall Spivln Cure 1  h.ndr StW^^'^1^;  "t bave been- tisitig ���������JC*n^*",������  Spsiilw Care and find it safe end  ���������one.'  T'Otti  any  't>:  SW4  ���������m$mm.  ��������� ..^   r , I V,,  I tii"1  '  (|>'-.S  *t!y>'  Mr  ������;r  iit.v  [<?v: ���������  iinwnr I  W. H, U., H: M0  ��������� s ���������; ���������      ' i������>.,  .'���������������**���������������  mm  .���������yx-'-y x^': xyxx���������������������������&��������������������������� S>*-  ; s  THE   CBESTON,    B.  C,    RE^aj&w  PROFESSIONAL   )       -i  JA& B.:^CHOFIBU>  . ffi������, ^������V-fia& Agri-teas a  ���������T -     -        ���������-   Trn  trad; -\ v.  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B.O. Xu������"8TOnr������������ a������������ Asosninoi  V   ; AKaae smd flcsnllsntiOBa '  cigissfewi^ ��������� ^r b.c.  'rk -t!;  ��������� M���������a ���������a**" '*���������  -'������������������-.���������s~ssr*~sl"B~������tfsjSsi-Sri-ri     '   "1*1  j; ������. A j* PERSON  TiMtfL  Ik������tnaiA' lun>  Sroraroa  " i  ��������� B.C.  , ������-~  OKELU YOUNG & SQ,  Ssai ���������Sbtefes'6*^;IsigBgasoe.  HOUSB0 TO .SSS^  CM^N'i5;r:'\   ���������;  ��������� I  ���������������������������*���������*���������  ������������������!  QVY  LOWENBERG  MA  ������e������#eee������������e������-ae������-a*������'������������#  *    LOCAL AND PERSONAL.     ���������  Philip C. Hayman (Vicar.)  pie remained for the Sacrament.  Thirty peo*  Muoh  ������i-#j-   Killer! look first and stcend J beautiful embroidery   work   has been  prisWfr* Wtaltay apples at she Cran-1 been given this ohuroh by a lady in  Iwask VUc *U% U, moid took won*  nrise#i������w fcla psmltry, sit tha lams fair.  MrW. 8r������>e������ of Wyoning. arrived  in-towa es Saiarday last.' He wm in  CwEt^afw a qi>y ot two laist Jttly, sad  has een*-affcis time with a view to *���������-  gainliag aH Wihter, and seeing what  V-"' *sJt������������-rE-tx������������  ,-.'������������������ "     ������������������ .-.; ^sBjSsjtyssBww,  ^Gjtitanxm'XXy  *m  I  ^���������sBsasWSisasM^^a^saM^s^^^^^ij^BP^Wii^^^sfy^^^^w^^^        ������������������ m������������-  /D^flOTlY^tAV  *"1^^"*-* *���������   .'A  H. E. HAIX D. D. S*y.  '. Vraak Parks H9*������#ar*  ''"'"''   *��������� ' f  y  ���������H."   Ba'C.  '���������^���������������������������^^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������**^*^sp'ps******>*������jMs**0O^ i "i n'W���������  CRESTON REALTY  amd INSukAKcE CO.  Vtaiit Zsss*OaV'T������fni Itopsftj amd loiax-  this eliafeia'li Wta, with a view to pnr-  ehi)sla9-f������plt Sa-M ta/tljeSpring.  ,_ While tnaTelltiurl^  Pridiky !*���������������. Mr Brote* atotea that for  Jnaw3w4a������������fioEM the train rao through  eo������ate--;������j-j*res������i with enow 14 inches  dtep, wU^ a^ortrndtd tks wheat and  other iftaaiiwg crops ia a mantle of  while. ���������'������������������'  R* Lament, the Xdve Real Satate Mm  haa-left a eratrMt to P. Haycne, to clear  eat/aa audi a half aores of his frait; lands  situated close to tows, ''ifhe timber is  to be entirely eleared off the swr-faoe,  ���������ad the obatraot includes tho clean te-  saovml of all -zoots and stumps. Kast  tfpriag U is this intention of Mr. fcamont  to pteat this plot, ia a first olass applo  orchard,,  Mr. ftrimrooe Wells, eldest son of  Usy. Frlm*^ Wells loft Orestoa for  ladia Via ftagJland, on Monday last,  where hi?SriU resiome kis duties with  of --#* Grist Eastern Mercantile  *&l;SJ?*y    - ; "   y  A ssovi^-plctar* ahow, of the catch  ���������variety,   visited   Creston  England, the latest of whioh we must  mention, the white Frontala, adding  supreme beauty to the appropriateness  of the day Festival. The Altar rail ia  also a gift from our own Snnday Sohool.  Bishop^e Peuoier was muoh pleased  with the progress of the Chnroh work  ia the Parish, and indeed hit encouraging remarks daring hia visit will undoubtedly with God's blessing speed the  work oa to further advancement.  Speoial Harvest  Thanksgiving   S*r������  vices will be held at Christ Ohuroh next  Snnday Oct. 1st at 11 a.m. and 7 30 p  m.   Preacher, the Iter. W. M. Walton,  Beotor of Fernie.  of size, and fluahness of eyo and absolute freedom from all scab or blemish,  and all Potatoes must be received in  New Westminster not later than Octo  ber 14th.  The Riverside Nurseries, Gn%.cX*'  Is the NEAREST NURSERY to tbe CRESTON DISTRICT.  Stock arrives iu FRESH, HEALTHY CONDITION  For Prices, etc., write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Crestou, B. C.  'Nurseries' Vernon, B. C  ���������  CRESTON  B.C  .���������������ji  wask. bat they did not gather np vory  amchOjMhlr^a Crcctonl Thaltnsvel-  UagjfJuw^gsiaeis about worked <nit������o  gfar,as tais tows ii eoneer&td, it re-  qairos auaethicg A more.vthaC a- -;.few  itaa^bUU, to draw the hard:worked  rasshor'saojeoy frosahis pocket now-]  ���������:V  II  wrong.  i  4IlltTC������CRrfMDIL  as?  MTISPIEP������  emymeai  m If _^  Communications  The editor does not accept nny res*  poneibllity for the opinions of hia correspondents.  Editor Review:���������  Sir permit me to aey to the publio  through yon columns that  I appreciate  ! very highly the opportunity of preaching to the United Congregations of the  Presbyterian and Methodist churches of  Oreston for the coming three or four  Sundays.  The Board of Trade has not made a  mistake ia giving thiB spot of beauty  and of coming growth the name of  "GlcrionB Oreston." In a few year*  it A will be an important centre of &  flourishing population, in the midat of  one of the most beatiful spots, on earth.  " I should like to leave a contribution  towards making it morally aa glorious  ts it is in the beauty of its scenery and j  in the unique richness of itB soil in tiie j  production  of flowers and fruit.   For  Poultry Raising  That Pays It All  Back���������And Moire  Many a dollar Is Invested In poultry  raising and never conies back���������for the  simple reason that the .necessary  knowledge haa not also been Invested.  The way to get your money back, and  a lot more with it, is to know exactly  what to do, and how to do it.  You cannot get thia practical knowledge from a book. ; Vou have to eet it  from those who have aada bis money  raisins poultry through right methods.  The help and aruidanctf Jof stfch experts  are given you in the Poultry Course of  tiie International Correspondence  Schools. Every phase of successful  poultry raisins is covered.fn a clear.  concise, practical,way; Here are  several of the aubjectss slew le aalce-t  Meat profitable fcraetoi faeUlaJj anrket-  ' teg eiSe sad esaSUs* fw Bretiij aatsssS'  ���������ad artlucud breMiadt'aaiaral sad artificial incnaatleai layiaa heasi cssnM������  nation slants poalbqr appUaaces; eaemlea  of pooIUvi ineoltiy Beaaee ome maaat*.  aieat; turkeys; water fevrle; aqaaba; etc  BeBldes all this. thel. C. S. is associated with the lareest poultry farm Ih  the world���������the Rancocas Poultry  Farm���������where experiments of every  kind are made for the benefit of those ,  talcing this Course.  Write today for full particulars to  International CorrespeBdeace Sebeels  Box 8SS. ScnmSom, Pa.  Budded Stock & speciality  All trees offered for sale,   are grown in   ou  own Nurseries, on The   Coldstream   Estate  ���������  ���������  I Fruit frees  ������ Oriental and Shade ^Frees  I and Shrubs  ^ -       -        - m- ���������     , 9W., .       -m. -    m.-^m.~m. ^  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������?���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Hazelwood Cafe  ������, SIRDAR AVENUE   Specialites  ^ Cqld lunches Sandwiches  If   v Ice-cream Lemonade  +    l\  V. D. Curry, Gen. Agt, Vernon. ���������  *{**    !'?i  m  l.k  r\^T"t  kiauttnttfi  e������VI  mttmniwt  WJsh  iBfleftS^yOMif  rfl$rx>lfln  '^fJHHSSa^Pif5t*��������� ���������  MpM������H������PM������aMMSVMUSSBMI������MMat^Sk  a^aya, ���������tha .paleiUa  WisW. . .:���������'���������:. ���������    I  llr. KUoekmas of the Coatiaental  Mine, waa a visitor to Grsston this  ���������reek.. .- <���������'���������.  Mr. D. '*. 'Jeaaiags^ one of tho staff  ������f Iho nitiBtiajifta poaserratlon of Nat-  oral Bea|^������reeo Commission, is spending  a few aajNJrlift Crtaton. "  x Jit sko-ftWBial aseeting of the Canyon  Oity gfjwi trustees held thia week, it  woedaw^fitW e^M 9700 for sohool pur-  poses al'tp0������jjtoa City daring the coming  tiorM. ft this meeting Mr. A. D  PookmVW.CIaayon Oity; was appointed  a delei^ s^rteeed to poison to attend  the pittlaff, and giveisvidenee befoio  the Royal ���������wwaission ejn taxation, wbo  *m b+^ Mseicm at Kfjison on Wednes  dayOo|oli������������A1*h������lwi  .,.-.'���������-���������;:; -\<\   ' -��������� ���������  Mr.,..-J.;,.|Dh������|^ii^ton of tho Oreston  MeroantUf qo.,.-ii nonflned at hie home  i^ I irions Ulaess.  At th* request of his old  cuil^mcrs/'Mr. W. K. Brown  i. ������������������������������������.       j.i'f.V.fl.  the rcjiaWc Blacksmith, has  againtakeover the "Creaton  ^Ith^'f ancl any one want-  good,, Macksmithing work  done, will find Mr. Brown  doing biisincsi at the old  stand, behind thi Mercantile  Store?  ��������� ���������"��������� ������������������'���������  '   ���������*. \v. >  CONPIIIMATION  AT CMRI8T CHURCH  , TheWiftbtRer.The Lord Bishop, A  M. de Peu'oUr, of Kew WestminUter at  ObrUt Chnroh last Sunday. , ,  There ,,'wm a large congregation at  Christ Oburoh on Bnnday morning, to  witness th������ solemn Blta of Oonflrmatton  The Bishop delkered a moat impressive  and pratlaal address to the candidates.  Hit XiOrdshlp alio preaohed a most ex.  celUat sermon, taking for hie text.  ������8eek ye first tht Kingdom of Ood and  Hlsrlghtsoiuasssand all these things  ���������kail be added aato yoa." Matt vl.M.  TheBlshop wm tbe Celebrant at the  **y? CtsssosisSf &Z&SH& ty Ui* XUv.  at laat getting  ***** tJie People most think the great  A>. thoughts of God for man; understand  the great purpose of the. Christ for all.  here and now, and co-operate to bring  in tbe praotioal results of the Kingdon.  of God ''ou earth as in heaven."  Daring the four weeks of my fnrthei  4tay in Oreston I propose to pursue one  nonneeted line of thonght for the morning addresses and another for the even  ings, The morning will deal more with  the inspiration and experience whioh g*  to mould tbe new man as factor in tht  moulding of the new earth. Paul's f ivt  different references to "the heavenlies'  (or heavenly places )' in the epiBtle t������  the EpheBians, will give tho snbjeotB:  (1) Christ nnd tho Heavenlies, (3) Man  and the Heavenlies. (8)ThJ* Churoh ann  the Heavenlies. (4) Tho Conflict in the  HoavcnlieB." Tho evening line of thoi  will be the Campaigns of the Kingdom  of Christ on Eartb. (1) The Triumph  of the Kingdom. (2)The campaigns now  on; Universal [ Peaoe. (8) * The greatesi  struggle of alii Pnrlty. '4) The Method  for final Victory; Ohrlstion Citizenship  A cordial invitation is extended to all  who oan attend these services.  .:'������'���������        GiB Bby,  Viotoria,   Sept. 7th 1011.  The Editor,  Sir;-  I would ask yon to kindly, through the  medium of youa paper, inform Potato  Growers in yonr district that the Pro.  vlnolal Government bias decided to  make a dlsid^.^^^faMW^ajb tho Amor-  loan Land and Irrigation v Sxpositioa to  be held at MaaisonvBquare, New York,  November ard1-! 3th. Mr, Aoabel Smith  of Lttdner' has been appointed Commie*  ���������loner to arrongo for the oollootlon and  preparation of this exhibit, and will also  aooompany jit to Now York,  The preparation pf tho oxbjblt will bo  undertaken at New Westminster, from  whioh place the exhibit will bo shipped  to Now York. In order to allow lutltndo  .to Mr, Smith, who <#ill have oharge of  the preparation of tlie exhibit, it will bo  j necessary that be reoolee at least Arty  pounds of eaoh variety of oareftjlh  named and selected Potatoes, and thoso  Potatoes mast be ohoien having refer-  ���������uoe to smoothntii of e;kin, taniformlty  WANTED-A man to take  care of a ranch,  apply, The It  Rfeyiew,':  Fresh Fruits in season.  Hours: 8 a.  Candy and Cigars.  to 12 p. in. '  N5TIGK:->ro property and  mill owners;a i^R. Stewart,  Bricklayer and masbni having  settled at Greston, will be  pleased to give tenders on any  work. Address Box 41,  Creston, B. C.  FOR SALE-Improved ranch  with   bearing   orchard, .-alsi  large quantity of small fruits.  Good W ater.  Apply to W. K. Brown,  Creston, B. C  FOR   SALE:-^-Saddle an  '������������������I;.- ��������� 'I  driving pony, price reasonabl*  apply to Mrs. "W. K. Brown  Creston, B. C.  Wanted~by   an   experience  gardener, well up in  Tomat'  arid Cucumber culture, work  on ranch.   Married man.  Apply to J. I^raqy,  Crefcto  FOR  SALE   Saddle  apply to Victor  Siding, B. C. ;  Hors������  Alic  ��������� Cannot  Learn  Poultry-Raising  From a Book  There is only one right way to learn how to raise poultry, and* make  it pay from the start, and that is to learn from experts who have been  thiough it all.  This-is exactly the land of instruction the International Correspondence Schools offer you. This is NOT a book scheme, but a home Course  of practical lessons, representing the lifelong experience of the most successful poultry'raisers tn the world.' 0  a- The Course includes everything pertaining tb successful poultry  raising: How to select most profitable breeds; feeding; marketing eggV  and poultry for profit: natural and artificial brooding; natural and artificial incubation; laying hens; combination plant; poultry appliances;  enemies of poultry; diseases of poultry; poultry houses and management;  turkeys; water fowls; squabs; etc., etc.  What makes the Course particularly valuable is the fact that the  I. C,. S. is associated with the largest  celebrated Rancocas Farm, at Brown's  for its fine Rancocas: Leghorns  I. C,.S. is associated.with the largest poultry...'farm in the world-i-the  Jrowh's Rfilla, Xn-thc-Pines, N. j,. famous  orns and DAY-OLD-CHIX, and whero 30,000  ���������ggs are marketed every week. ������w  The I. C. S. has spent thousands of dollars ih preparing this CotirPC-**  the only one of its Idnd���������a Course  that you can master and apply {a..*************************  >y  your own home, whether you five in *  the city, suburbs, or country, and ���������  that equips you to handle a few hens  or manage a large poultry farm.  'This Courso will help you just as the  many other I. C. S. Courses havo  helped thousands of men and women  In other walks of life. w.    v.  The attached coupon will bring  Jou descriptive circular of this great  'oultry-Rateing Courso,  and mail it today.  InterastloDsl Correspondence Schools  il  Pilllt in  Box BIS, Scranton, P������..  Services Next Sunday*  UNION SERVICES  Tho Prcsbytorlon and Methodist oou-  gvegations unite as folio mb,  Oot 1.11 n. m In the Prflnbytorlnti,  ohuroh.   7:80 p. m. In the Method Int.  Oot. 8. 11 a. va. In the Mothodish  churoh,   7:80 p. m. in tlio Frosbytoriaii.  Bnnday sohool, Blblo oIobsob nud al)  othor mootihgs oa usual.  Tho Rov. Or Bby will preaoh during  the nbtenoo of tho pastors.  y /lists'.fssd.nis free, sad without loithur \  obltsatloa on my put, circular dticrlblnt tb������ ������  IViultry.Rililslt Courio. ���������  f.'nm������      ������������������     ������������������     :_n    ���������  St.&ffo, ..,.,..     .,���������,... *  City, ,���������. ���������/..,��������� .State  J  ! + ���������������������������������  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  CHRIST OHUROH  Harvest Thnnltflglviug Service*.  Oot. 1st' (10th Sunday aftor Tinity)  Matins, Litany, Sermon, 11 a. m  Kriokson Sohool IIouhh 8 p n .  Sunday Sohool 0 *p ii.  Rvensong, Snrmnn 7:B0p. n,  Ror. W. M, Walton, Rootor of XTernie.  Idle Money  'If you have a few hundred  or a few thousand dollar*  that Is Idle, you can put It to  'work earning you good litter-  ������j������t by placing n Money to  :Loan Ad. In our Classified  Want Columns.  fVonle with gilt-edge collateral oft,en require rcr.dy  cash and will pay good* Interest for It. Put your money  to work.  SBSBBSsBBBBBast HH OS> tl   9   BBBsUsBata  Our Olaseinetf Wont Ado, are  real doNar doublors. |n shoe  leather and nervous enorory thny  will aave you many tlmos their  small coot ay brlnsrlna to your  doer whnt you requlrv, whether  It be amount help, a dsttrabl*.  barrower fer surplus eaeh, a position or a domestic,  A meet oonvlnoinsr and inex*  nanslv* peeef wreuld be to try a  Vl&tit Aii.  1 S������|������*|.|���������*f M.w'tMH^,  n  i  //I  'i  1  ���������. .4- ,-tit*JMmmtHmS.<rystmi,yr V  mmm rtttMjj #*������*������������������ **���������������*  ��������� ������������������^sWllsfi^MMaas^SBSaalsS  *irVM&������.MMt<iMH'*i  ���������#r. 


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