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Array There are men who would not buy a  ready-made suit. For > such men we'-have  the agency for CAMPBELLS and HOBBER-  i^if4S^ fYtarde^co~i������^a~sio^ "W^" can  honestly recommend the garments made by these big  tailoring houses and respectfully request you to come in  and look over our Fall amd Winter Samples. We guarantee Perfect Fit, and our prices cannot be beaten.  TKtte Show flearX^ 400 %tne$  nta  S. A. Speers  ������������������������������������ ���������������0������������������������es>������������������������������������-s>������������������e������������������������o������������������o������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  A FAIR YOU KNOW. AND SO YOU GO  , The 9th. Annual  i b BB      a  _ .ruit    S-Q!!'  i a un   i  [iNELSON/B. C. SEPTEMBFR 26t,h.;27th. and 28th $  }$3ooo    *: [IH FREE ATTRACTIONS           -$3000  "   .Burnstad's Wild West Show.  ': J. E^ Hardy, The High Wire King. |  ,   Dorethy DeVonda, Queen of the Air, %  |These..J        ;Happy,^hii his trick mule, Dynamite |  HOW THE NEWS CAME  Aiid Matie WcIJonaW^me s-coitisn oaocer.  ���������0  [Log Sawing and chopping, and "Tie-Making Contests  g  The biggest Fair yet, and then s )me.       Dont miss It  cfAxassiUKnza  h -E* c4nnabte. Pres. G. Horstead, Sec-Mgr.  m' *       ' *  IVLLANDAIME   APPOINTED  (Special to The1-Daily-News )  KTILMER, BJ5������-, Sept 18���������At a com  ���������4entary diuoer tendered oo. Satnr-  at dvermere by ofiioials of 'the  tambia Valley Irrigated Fruit Lands,  ft., to Manager Harry Ross, who is  [ring, announcement wob made that  IMalldndaine of Cranbrook had been  Loiuted in hiB place. Mr. Robs re-  jis on account of ill health ond leaves  Ihis late home in Oleaveland, Ohio.  Mallandaine for many years lived  3reston and Oranbrook where ho hns  Jupied .important | positions   largely  eh tho 0. P. R. laud departmont.  pentle reader���������If you happen to talk  Qugh your nose thut Is'nb reason that  should .pay thru' tho hose.   Got  tr job   printing clone at tho Revlow  11 ��������� ' '  lloo. .      ' i i  i  \1'  i * i  John Sherbinin, ass't mgr., of the  Doukabhor Colony iu Brilliant and K.  Popofif of Nelson arrived iu town Sun--  dayi 17tb, they aro looking over the  country with a viewrto securing fruits'  i*      **  vegetables,and tomatoes for the oannery  at Nelson, they took a trip across tho  river in company with R. Lamont, and  viowcd the Simmons xauch aud other  properties. These gentlemen are' sug-  gesting a motor boat service to convey  produce -via tho KooJenny   to Kelson,  and thoy commented on tho large quan-  t ,      ,r   ., i  tity of fruit at present wasted 'across the  Cootenay for lack of suoh a' service,  on  tho Simmons and other Ranches.       j  They left on the Monday train.  "We regrot to report that Miss Mary,  Ryckman has bis week been confined  to ber home thiu illuesn. '  Fred and W. Ryckmau took in tho  Cranbrook Fair this week. ,  ���������������������������������������������^���������^������������������������������������^���������^���������^���������������������������������������������������������������*  It'is 6.30 p. m., the Creston polls are  annpuced, not as good as we hoped, but  still a 2 to 1 majority for Goodeve.  Knots of men gather aronnd the bulletin boards; at the depo, the operator  rolls back his sleeves, and the instrument begins to tick:���������-Novo Scotia,  Bordon reported out, and Liberals going  ITI^TUaii   4-lmr. m~r.w-r~     r.\.��������� ~. ~r.r. Al^~      ~ ��������� J  ������������,   .^uuu iiuouonii   uuau^OD,     MB    UiUWU  grows biggs* and bigger, the whisper  goes "round ������ New Brunswick against  Reciprocity 'andtheer after cheer rings  ont   as the results ^show the Eastern  Province going against the Government  and now the excitement rises higher;  Quebec shows Laurier fighting for a  ,bare majority in his home province,  Piiuue Edward Island reports > going  Conservative audi a> Conservative victory ia possible. ���������-* ���������  y "W;aybock in Old Ontario.all day long  the slow, quiet ^.Canadian. Farmer, the  real son of tho 'soil/ bas^bp<*in tiitrtiine  up the old mare, and  with his ^mind  fixed, has walked into^he polling 'booth  aud dropped bis ballot in the box; that  is why vre are waiting, how did pid  Ontario go? How did Ontario vote and  act in past crisis fimts ol Canadian history? Quietly/ sincerely, aud always  Kight. hiuc the men who saved Cauada  then, aiev gone, will their {jrandsoiis  prove as acauiich and true today? H'lie  ausweroame, direct and clear; the big  crowd around, the board wae hushed,  and then came a hurricane of cheeis.  *> Ontario almoBt solid agoiust Pact, A  landslide tor the Conservatives, Laurier Government detested, Rsoiprooity  dead.' As the Stalwarts of Canada  went back home, beloie tne ceuma wore  uuharnassed aiKthe shingled barns, that  answer was echoing rouud tho empire  und the world. Willi the biugle eye ol  sincerity, the men of Ontnrio had seen  thru the fcrahspiueut devices and the  treoohorous uims ofthe -buckets of ,the  Pact, and struck hard and true, for  Canada and Right. The flight wns  over right tlwn and there, in face of  suoh a Verdi at from the Bookbone of  Oauada, Reciprocity collapsed, tho in-  famous��������� paot was buried under that  avtilauolto of Canadian Votes.        '  The rise was easy; Manitoba stood  pat for Canada, Saskatchewan and A.-  borta voted ugaiuar. thoir birthright,  but British Oolnmbia mndo a inuguifl'-  ceut effort, and put in a solid eevou for  Cauada and tiie Umpire,  Tho completed roturns gave Goodeve  over a thousand majority. ^  Smashing defeat of Laurier Government    8 Cabinet   Ministers including ' Reciprocity Fielding *  go back to the woods.   GOODEVE In.  The following summary of the Election results tells its Goodeve of Kootenay, cannot  own story.  Conservatives....t...i26. , Liberals 79'    Independents   2    Conservative, majority ... 47    To   hear ,from 9  Deferred elections ...~4������ By Provinces. /-Ontario Lib.  14,' Con. 69- Ind. o. ^ Quebec, Lib. 3% Con. 21. lnd. 2.  Nova Scotia, Lib. 9 Con 8 Ind o. New Brunswick Lib. 4  Con "5 ind. o.    P. E. I. 2    '   2        o.    B. C. o 7 -      o  Manitoba 1 9 ��������� o. > Alberta 520. Saskatchewan  7   -3    o.   Totals Lib.4 79,   Con. 126,    Ind.; 2  These results came as a surprise to both the Liberals  and Conservatives, the opponents of Reciprocity expected to  break down Sir Wilfreds Majority, but this magnificent  victory exceeds thefr most sanguine expectations.  The greatest credit "for this victory for Canada and  Empire, must be given to the Stalvyarts of Old Ontario.  Thfe Grandsons ofthe men of 66 and 1812 have again demonstrated their manhood an&'for the third time in Canadian  History given proof of their true Canadianism and sound  judgement by casting -party aside, and -speaking with no  uncertain vo;ce in favor of Canadian' NationaLLife and Interests, ' \ >  The advocates of reciprocity failed to convince, the level  headed farmers of Ontario as to the vaunted benefits of the"  Pact,    The insults thrown at  our  National I-pleals by   Taft  Hearst and other Yankee meddlers, have been deenlv resen-  ted-arid nothing could be imore telling^ than ;the   Dignified  manned in which the Backbone of  Canada/ ; by this, great  vote-a^inslRv^feiljrocity^hav^rerj^       and answered" same.,  In the face of such a verdict ^from  QStarJo ^Reciprocity was]  obviously impossible, but New , Brun*wicky  Manitoba and"  B. C. haye also gone.against the Gov., fL "   ���������.  ^ Thei)ld established-Farmers who-have seen the ups and  downs, of Canada for twenty* *years/ could not be fooled by  such a'transparent device as "Reciprocity*' and voted" accordingly, whilst B. C. whose interests were so shamefully  and wilfully ignored ignored in ths framing of the proposed  pact, could not have been otherwise, tnan solid against the  Lanrier.Gov. Thanks also .are due to'-those Gallant French  Canadians of Quebec, * who broke * clean away from the  persona^ and split Laurier in iwo in Jbds own province. .. ���������  The downfall of the Laurier Gov.? will te greeted with  delight throughout Britain and the Empire.l It is an . immediate benefit to B. C, at least twov of our men are well  qualified and should receive, a'seat  in  the  Cabinet.    Mr.  be overlooked, his services to <r /  the party have been great and  as  a    Cabinet   Minister lie  y  wonld be a strength and an  ornament to the New Govern- *i  ment.  , We have wandered in V  the wilderness of opposition T-r  long   enough,  but we  have,' '  won   out  at .last, the   great ������..  Ports and   Industries of this a  Province are  now likely to 1  obtain adequate   recognition  at Ottawa,  . While Creston was celebrating Labor  Day the 4th inet, a check artist named  John Aldans/ was getting in his fine  work on the local' business men. Aldans  '   r \  who is supposed to be an American is  about 28 years of age.   It is alleged that  >������'-''  he drew one check for $10 on the feanlc    .j  ot Commerce at Vancouver which bo  ... ,  made  payable to Mr.  Angus   Currie.   -*  This check was cashed at  the Burtou "\ X  \ V % *   ^"  Hotel.    He it is nlaimad nlno mva J��������� B. ���������* v ,^  .Moran two checks of S0 'eaoh paysbl������ ������\.  op the same bank *s well as A two ^oi^etfX^i  AUnAbn     Pi i ������������������   ������jn fm   nn^l.    ***��������������������������� T i      m    m, n \   Ml   11 i    twm I*   SJII    1 '        *  ')  t  checks for fiO eaoh 'and om^txyt-tlO.^,  "*      ������ 1 -*       "       ^ ���������"��������� tr,   J..*S  Thepe three latter checks weredrawijToit  a -Bonners   Ferry Bank.   'All ot"4hu  ^ *  checks issued by the accused -accbrdlii-j;    \,'",  r   ��������� ->     ..      ��������� -* *w ���������., "." *���������  to Constable Gunn have been dishonored -���������> -  by the banks.   About ������:30 last Saturday  I  afternoon   Constable   Gunn was motU [Ay,  fled of the case and at onoe communi-*   x y~  oated with Chief  Constable -Blaok' at X'"' '  Nelson with the-xesnlt that on-Mondhy'v^ 'V--  lost. Constable Gunn received" a wjro   * ; X-  from Nelson where the oase was to eoms* ., \X X  before Magistrate Bullock Webster". 0$ V> ,  Tnesday. -^ >\  Later. ' " [ >''���������' :\  The result of the preliminary He$i>  ing: before Magistrate Bnllook Webster  is tliat on Wednesday last Aldons ws*  committed to standlhis trial at the no**  court of Competent Jurisdiction.  j'-'  1 n'  ������ *  "t-rr  U    1  Just.-Arrived  +*^m  I   <������  A fresh stock of all kinds of  MfMMfM  ���������pM  ,. ^RE&W RQASTEp raWW^^  %  As'Aldans soomodtobo quito an intelligent follow, thoBo' yrho know' bim  are now woudorliig at his slmpljolty in  romaliiliiR in the district somo two  weeks nf tor ho ha4 pnBBOd tho worthloss  ohookfl.  imn������MMiMi������w������M������  :SoftV3)viithSABlwa\>s on *  sUKMsssMMs*Wss)^^  iXyyy^X Dppp5ite:;.tIitjXSP. R. Station  rfX.^-,'--, '������������������'*������''<XyXi>X>*'XXfyy������\--.:yy,y-xly;i���������..,. -,;v   A'."������:''>A.���������!   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Aotbwr el The Mystery ot lh* Yellsw
'     (Continued.)
Rouletabille, during the;scene whioh
bad passed bad'tboiiKht only of guarding the door opening: into the t-orridor.
and /he bad uot noticed that every
���movement of tbe false liarzac as soon
as he realized that be whs being convicted of his imposture."had'"been...In
the direction of MdiV Darzac's room.
naa attached no importance to these movements, knowing, as
he did. that this room did not offer;
any way by which Larsan might, eis-'
cape. But however, when the scoun-v
drel was bebind the door which afforded' his last "refuge our confusion
increased beyond all; proportions!. One
might bave thought that we had oe-
eome suddenly- bereft of our senses.
Wo knocked on the door. We cried
out. We thought of all his strobes ol
genius, of bis marvelous escapes in tbe
"He will escape lis! A- Be will get
Away from us againf"
Arthur Kan<*e was the most enraged
of ua all. Al me. Edit b, wbo was clinging to my arm. drove her finger nails
into my baud iu a paroxysm of uerv-
ous fear. None of us paid any heed
to the Lady iu Black aud Robert Darzac. who in the midst of tbis tempest
seemed to have forgotten, every thiuic���
even tbe clamor and confusion around
them. Neither one had spokeu a word,
but' tbey were looting into each oth.
ei^s.eyes as though they had dtscov-
ered another world���the world wbicb
is love. But tbey bad uot discovered
it; they had merely found it again,
thanks to Rouletabille.
Tlte latter had opened the door of
tbe corridor and suniUKroed the three
domestics to our'assistance.. They entered witn tneir rities. But ItA was
axes that were needed. The door was
solid and barricaded with heavy bolts.
Pose Jacques went out and fetched a
beam, which served us a* a battering
rath. .Bach of us exerted all his
strength, aud finally we saw tbe door
beginning to give wayA -Our anxiety
was at its height.
When tbe door bad commenced to
yiesd. Rouietabiiie directed the servants to take up their guus. wiih the
order. <however. that Vthe weapons were
to< be psed only in, eaae it should be
impossible toA capture La rsau living.
Tben Rouietabiiie set bis shoulder to
tbe door with one last powerful effort,
and, as the boards, wrenched from
��� their binges, fell to the ground, he was
tbe first to enter the room.
We followed bim.    And bebind bim.
upon tbe threshold, we all baited, stupefied   by   the  sight   wbicb   met our
\  ���eyes.'  'Larsnu was tbere, plainly to be
seen' -by  every   one.     And   tbis  time
there was no difficulty in recognizing
him'.  He bad removed his false beard;
he baa put aside his "Darzac tuasfc:"
���   be bad  resumed once more the pale,
cleau ''shaven   face  of   that   Frederic'
liaranh whom  we had  known at the
Chateau of tjtaudler.    And his presence  seemed  to  (ill  the entire  room.
He waa lying back comfortably In an
easy chair in tbe center of the room
and Wjjis looking ht us wltb his great,
calm .eyes. ,  His arm   was stretched
along the arm of the chair.   Hia bead
was rating on the cushion at the buck.
Ono would have snid that he was giving us au audleuce and  wns waiting
for us to make known  our  business.
lt seemed   toymc that  I  could even
discern au Ironical smile on his lips.
Rouletabille advanced toward him.
"Lar^uo." he hu kl lu a voice which
wris uOt quite steady���'"Larson, do you
���give youroeif up?"-
But -Larsun did not reply.
Then* Rouletabille touched tbe man's
face opd hia hand, aud wo saw that
Larson wus deud.
JRouletubille pointed to a ring on rbe
middle* finger,    The collet  wus open,
And showed a hollow cup which was'
empty.,    It   must   have   contained  a
Arthur Ranee pur. his head against
the man's chest and assured us that
all  was over.    And   Rouletabille  en-
. treated* ua to leave blra olouo in tbo
t oqnar��;46wer and to try to forget tbo
��� tenrtb^lfrveota wbicb had passed there.
\. "I w^ll chaw�� myHeif wltb every*
; thlnci,1" he asserted gravely.   "Here is
i, the 'ndfty too many.'   No one will In*
''quWe'Seto tbt�� deposition which may
be mad* of lt."
'.', And Tie gave an  order to  Walter
���which ������'Arthur  Runce translated into
/���*Wol|er. bring mt> tbe aack wbtcb
jrou, found ot tbe Caetlllon yesterday/.'
' ivhk made a gesture to wbicb we
little while and try to get somo rest
When the two women had left ua. Ar*
thur Ranee and myself turned over
our attention to our friend. For bow
could a man whom all of us bad believed to be dead and wbo had been,
with tbe death rattle In his throat,
tied *up in a sack and carried away
bave heen able to rise again and step
down living from the fateful panel?
Rut when we had opened his shirt and
discovered tbe bandage which hid the
wound tbat he bore In his breast we
recognized that this injury was not a
very serious one. The ball which bad
struck Darzac in the midst of the savage fight which he had been obliged to
make against Larsan bad planted itself
in the sternum, causing a bnd external
hemorrhage *and .weakening the entire
organism, but fortunately suspending
none of the vital functions.
As we finished the" task of dressing
thfe wound 1 heard steps in the corridor and a strange noise���the sound
chat one hears when a body Is carried
awa.v^ on_ji__Rtretcber1 And 1 thought
of "Larsan and of the sack" which was
holding now for the second time "tbo
body too many."
Leaving Arthur Ranee to watch over
M. Darzac. I hurried to the window. I
bad not been mistaken. I beheld the
sinister funeral cortege In the court
It was nearly nightfall. A gathering;
gloom surrounded everything.
Moving on warn to toe airwwvu \��*
tbe oubilette. I saw Rouletabille and
Pere Jacques���two dark shadows bend*
ing over another snudow���a shadow
which I recognized aud which on tbat
otber ulgbt of horror I bad believed to
contain another dead body. The sack
seemed heavy. The two men were
scarcely able to lift it to the edge ot
tbe abaft. And I could see tbat tbo
little passageway was open���yes, tbe
heavy wooden lid wbicb ordluarily
closed it had been removed and was
lying on the ground. Rouletabille leaped lightly over the edge of the oubliette and then made a step downward.
Be showed no hesitation. The way
seemed to be familiar to him. lu a
few moments bis figure vanished from
sight. Then Pere Jacques pushed the
sack into tbe passageway aud leaned
��'Cay's Ferrous Decision a Samplo ef
Narva on tho Diamond.
Writing in the American Magazine
about baseball umpires, Hugh Fuller-
ton says tbey are both brave and
square and cites as an' example ot
nerve a famous decision by Bank
O'Day:  'H^.-aays:
������O'Day bas shown his 'bravery on
many occasions, but never more conspicuously tbau be did on the day
wben be called Merkle out on the Polo
grounds when he made bis famous
failure to touch second buse. O'Day
had been iu the same play at Pittsburg two weeks before and bud overlooked It Wben Bridwell made the
bit tbat should bare won the pennant
for New York aud tbousunds of frantic fans leaped upon the field to congratulate the ��hints O'Day saw bis
duty. He saw Merkle run to the club-
bouse, and. tbrowing down his protec-
4jdtv.���1>��. -ma- -��lt>->KJA._Jj>jjriu-the- .dh>.spjuHd���,
saw Kvers bold tbe ball on second base,
and above tbe tumult be called Merkle
"Five thousand men were swarming
madly around O'Day and tbe Chicago
players, partly understanding the situation. Men struck at , him. struck
Chance and struck Pfiester. yOt O'Day.
shouldering bis way along, shoved two
men aside to get his protector and
walked through the crowd to his dressing room, lt was declared O'Day never would dare umpire on tbe Polo
grounds agalu. aud pollco were 'sent
to protect him. Tho management did
not understand America a love of fair
play.   The crowd cheered O'Day.
"O'Day's bravery on that occasion
was more noticeable because be could
havo shirked his duty without blame.
It waa Emslle's decision, yet O'Day.
seeing Emslle lost in tbe crowd, shouldered the responsibility and made the
decision in the face of threats trots
thousands of augry men."
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Buttered Eggs snd Tomato.
Wash two ounces of'.'rtce thoroughly
and cook it until it is; quite/tender in
some   nicely    flavored ' white    stock
which is entirely free from'fat. then
pass it through a fino wire sieve and
reheat it in a saucepan containing an
ounce of warm butter and a salt spoonful  of curry  powder nnd two tablespoonfuls of thick stewed .tomato; stir
it  well,  add u  little salt and black
pepper and as soon as- it Is, hot pour
in   the   beaten  yolk   of an  egg.    Remove the rice from the stove directly
-tire-tfKK-te^-���^{����ouft{vly--bit>tid��id- -with -Sfc
Buttcr some medium sized molds (preferably the low shape), put a, moderately thick layer of -sieved tongue nt
the tup of each, then till tbem with
the rice, packing tt tn tightly, and put
into a  moderate oven  for' a bout ten
minutes, or rather, less if the beat is
tierce.   On taking the'molds ,from the
oven  turn tbe rice out ou to a  bot
dish nnd cover the top entirely witb
creamy buttered eggs, sprinkle a little finely minced parsley over the top
and serve very hot.
over the Pdgr. apparent!
��� ill    hxMlna
which 1 could so
on  to  bis  burden,
longer see.
* ��� ���        ��        ��� ���      *
I left tbe square tower. 1 went to
my owo room ln the new castle. I
stationed myself at tbe window, and
my eyes tost themselves in the depths
of tbe shadows wbicb covered tbe sea.
AM at once far. very far off 1 fancied tbat 1 could see in the narrow
red band which was al! tbat remained
of the setting sun something tbat
seemed more unreal than a vision.
Into tbat narrow red band an object
entered. It was tbe shadow of a fishing smack, wbicb glided over tbe waters as automatic-ally as though it were
propelled by machinery, and as its
movements became slower and I saw
it emerging from the gloom I recognized the form of Kouletabille. The
oars ceased to move, and 1 saw toy
friend rise to his feet. I could recognize him and see everything which he
did as clearly as if he bad not heen
ten yards away from me. His gestures
were outliued against the red background of tbe sunset witb a fantastic
Wbat be bad to do did not take long;
He leaned over aud got up again, lifting in bis arms -something which seemed to mis witb hia form and become a
part of himself In the darkness. .And
tben tbe burden glided down into tbo
water, and tlie man's figure reappeared
alone, still bending.* still leaning over
the edge of tbe boat, remaining thus
' for an instant motionless, and then
once more picking up tbe oars of tbe
bark, wbicb resumed its automatic
motion until it bad disappeared completely from the dying glare of tha
ever, narrowing band of red. And tben
tbe band of red. too, vanished.
Rouletabille bad consigned tbe body,
of Larsan to the waves bf Hercules.
Will Tak* Seven More Year*
Wipe It Out Completely.
Tbo opium agreement recently signed at Peking by Sir John Jordan for
England aud tbe Wal-pu-pu for China
premises the certain extinction of the
traffic within eevea years. It starts
out by recognizing tbe good faith with
wbicb China has endeavored wince 190?
to reduce tbe production of the drug
within the empire, and the first covenant is tbat for tbe next seven years
lt shall continue tbe decrease lo the
same ratio tliat the annual import
from India is diminished.
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province of China wbicn has effectively suppressed the cultivation of the
poppy. The entire exjw��rt of opium
from India shall cease ui less than sev
en yei^rs. if, proot-be given that the
home production baa'eiiftre.y ceased
in China.
Tbe other provisions -of, The ������.agreement provide for administrative detail's. Including official inspection tn
eacb country, tireat Hntaiti consents
also to an increase of duty to KTm taeis
a chest nu imports, provided that an
equivalent excise tax be placed on d��>-
mestlc opium in China. The annual
reduction ot the Indian exports is now
about fi.HH) chests, but it is to lie eveu
greater in 1SH2. lMK and  1914.
A loss of revenue ot.at least ��8.000.
Q00. or $15,000.<Mto. Is on the surface
involved to India rrom the loss ot the
imports on the trade. This may usve
to be met in part by n contribution
from tbe British imperlrii treasury.
But in parliament recently Undersecretary Montagu of thp ludlnn office In-
ti'nMt'.'ti that some otber way might be
fotw.d of meeting the deticiency.���New
York Sun.
Fruit Meringue.
Take two pounds of any kind of
fruit���gooseberries are very good-
lump sugar to taste and about bait a.
gill of water to each pound, according
to tbe juiciness of the fruit.
Put tbe water and sugar Into a
saucepan.' L<* them boil for five minutes, tben ndd the fruit and cook very
gently til! u-udcr. Keat the whites of
three eggs to a stiff froth aud add
three tablespoonfuls of .'sugar. Put
tbe fruit into a fireproof dish: spread
the meringue over ft. Bake in a sl>ow
oven till the meringue feels crisp and
is of a delicate fawn color. Serve very
Cantaloupe Salad.
Select four cantaloupes of uniform
size; chill, then cut off a small section
that may serve as a lid. Fill eacb
cantaloupe with whipped cream which
bas been <weetened and mixed witb
finely chopped ginger and marahmal-
!ow3��. Put the cantaloupe in a freezer
or bucket, pack' ln equal quantities'of
ice and rock salt and let stand for one
, bour. Serve upon a platter filled wltb
crushed ice and garnish wltb nasturtiums and their leaves. Or the cantaloupes could be filled - with whipped
cream stiffened with lemon or any
sweet jelly.
weft *U obedient���a gesture of dis-
tntMsU And we left tbe won face to
face wltb tbe corn** of thf father.
Th* on-xt moiw-nt we saw that M.
Darxaey was swooning, snd we wero
otkllfret-Ut to carry bJiu Into Old  Rob's
wlWngjoom.   But ft was only n passing fsinrnetui. atid.*t*-m h#> opened hi*
eyes irfcilo  and  xmlled  nt   Mstbllda
when he saw b��r beautiful face bend*
fng over him wtlb tbe look of drend In
which we read tin* fear of hwiiig her
hHoeeoY bo��lwnd Ht the r*ry moment
In wbbjfh Hh> bud. through a chuln of
clN-uiWance*   which   "till   remnlnod i
wrapper In mysicrjr. found him again. |
n�� sdokwded la convincing her that i
hln llf^ws-jn aot In Miy d��n��#r. and bf ',
added bis entfrfltlw to tlii-we of Mme.
Editb that she would ko away for a
Tbe reader will recall the finding ot
o scrap of paper.wltb "bonnet" on It,
which waa bunded to Rouletabille. He
unraveled its mysterious significance.
Sainclair' bud picked it up just after
ho bad missed Brlgnofles and Larsan
on the mountain.
. Larsan had schemed to shut up Darzac in a lunatic asylum and so get rid
of an obstacle In bis way. To do this
the Blgnuture of a relative Is required
and of a doctor. Lnraun Induced Brignolles to give bis name and hlmncU
forged thnt of a famous allonlat. Rou-
letoblllo discovered tbut l*>��~��- ��� *
actually boen confined In tbe Mount
Barbonnet asylum. Ho forced Bri
gnolles to confess his crime and throuitb
tbis bit of paper secured Darzac's ro*
Rouletabille explained to his friend
bli* purposo whon ho dropped Itance'*
cane In front of tbe supposed JDarwie.
It wns to see whether this Duntoc
would hundlo It in Lursun's peculiar
wny. Wben, In tbo court ho bonded It
and asked Darzac to loosen tbo carved
stone with heavy blows thb real Lar*
sou lost bis disguise im be straightened
tbo stooping shoulders of tho scholar
and flourished the cano wltb tbo vigor
of o true bundlt.
Only one otber person noticed tho
Btnrtllnc transformation nud allowed
Lomnn to ace thnt.be* wus recognized.
That person was Hornier, and bli
lack of self control coat'bim his llfo.
In  bis nmit-zotnent ho stumbled und
Electroeujed Egg*y
It Is.pdHstbi^fbiit the lieetllloF taste
of a cold storage egg, which la something not easy to mistake, may be removed if experiments uow being made
by an electrical curapuuy nre successful. Says tho inventive Ace; "It ts
claimed that when fr��*sb eggs are
placed In cold storage tbe eggs tiro
alive, thnt they nre slowly frozen to
death nnd tbut In spite of the preservation qualities of the Ice the eggs do
not tasto good when cooked; It In now
believed thiit by electrocuting tho eggs
tho natural fresh tnnte tuiiy be retain*
ed and'not removed when tho eggs nre
placed in cold storage. 'l'h<�� "RW nr*
���killed' by placing a metal cap on eneb
end of the egg nud tben throwing on a
pressure of two volts."
Raspberry and Currant Salad.
Halt a [Htund each or raspberries,
red or white currants and stoned cherries, two bananas, two oranges, half
a cau of pears or pineapples. .Remove tbe stalks from tbe raspberries,
currants and cherries. Peel and cut
the bananas and oranges into very
small pieces, taking out tbe orango
Cut also tbe pears or .pineapples Into
small dice. l'ut the fruit in a salad
bowl and pour over some of tbe pineapple or pear juice. Let It stand ln
tbe icebox for one hour before serving. 	
Eggs a la Ruese.
Eggs a la Russe hi an artistic dish
and most' appetizing. It is composed
of whole bard boiled eggs from wblch
the shells are carefully removed, then
tbe eggs laid ahout a round dish liko
a soup plute. their surfaces decorated
with little pieces of truffles, a border
of finely minced vegetables flecked
with little mounds of caviar, and; the
whole' -fringed with, white lettuce
leaves and diamond shnped pieces of
smoked salmon. V The color scheme of
this dish is most novo! and attractive.
I , ,
Humors of the Right of Way on tlio
Streets of Havana.'
Between 2 and 3 o'clock in tbe afternoon Havana" begins to revive froin
tbe !::!'�� which falls at about' 11. for.
although this city uo longer frankly
retires to sleep the siesta as she ought,
she does doze dully iu the motionless
thick heat,of midday.
.After' 3 one , sees ladles venturing
forth lu twos and-threes to the streets
where the best shops nre.. This Is the
hour In which to witness, it one has
eyes and humor for It, u whole series
of comic occurrences.
Hnvntin's sidewalks are ��� narrow,
und their lack of width gives rise tc
���some local customs and a deal of heart
burning. One does tiut keep hard tc
the right, regardless, iu approaching
another person traveling along the
uarrow flagging'tii the opposite direc-
iliin. One must take under advisement sex. age, color and present condi-
~t HMTTir "servTtude"air'0razoi"ied"'foT'fh", f 67"
all to read lu the details of personal
attire. ' ''
Men usually give women tbe iuside
-of the walk, stepping down when
necessary to let them pass. Rervlug
people, regardless of age and sex, und
all others w'ho-so humble themselves
as to carry packages are expected tc
yield the walks to their su|��erlors. whe
then ure about every body tbey meet.
Prequeutly. of course, tt Is difficult
to make ln tbe flash of turning u cor
-ner all the nice calculations requisite
to" deciding who shall have tbe walk
and who shall surrender It.
I know of nothing funnier than tc
watch two fairly well dressed aud cor
pulent Cuban Sadies determining, r*
they stand tottering, face to face on a
foot wide flagging, tbe wbole delicate
problem of their relative rank. The
one arrayed in the giddiest garment
seems usually to win.
If there !s small choice in color and
cost t>elween the pink costume of one,
and the 'blue * cotftiinie of the otbet
the one with the straigbtest hair stands
fast and tbe otber walks round, some
times Witb grunts aud comments sottc
Or. all details seeming equal, thev
face eacb otber and glare until tbeont
wltb least nerve wilts, swerves into ao
adjacent doorway, and .the victorious
. one sweeps by wltb uptitted cbio and
exultant petticoats.���Irene A. Wright's
Warning Beforo Command.
In bringing up my children 1 found
that at night wben; they, were tired
they were spa red many tears by beiug
warned before l" gave tbem a strict*
command, instead of saying "Now ft
is time to go to bed.' Put away yout
blocks at once." 1 would 3ay. "It if
uearly time to go to bed.' Finish youi
bouse first-and then put aiyay youi,
blocks." In' this way ' tbe 'children
were fully prepared to go. and there
was''consequently np begging and nc
temptation, for me to show my lack'
of firmness by being persuaded to al
low tbem to build "just one' more
I maglne a mother lu tbe midst of an
absorbing chapter being told by oue io
bigber authority, to put down her book
at once, aud go to bed. - Would It not
save a frown of impatience to be told
to finish tbe chapter first?���Harper's
English Jail-l^'tthode.
A. woman; member of tlu\ board or
guardians of tbe town of Salford, IGng*
land, anxious to learn tbe exact nature
of the toll ImpoMcd upon paupers, went
Into n stone yard and worked for bnlf
aii hour wltb tbe atone breaking gong.
Her conclusion whs tlint- stone break*
tbjor ���hotild bo abollsbed "as cruel,
worse than useless, degrading and un*
profitable." Tbe board bnd gone to
tbo extreme of buying ��t>ne. for which
tber�� waa no ns*. nnd having It crush*
td to give the paupers snmttblng to
dO/��fipiingf)eld republican.
, ' '
Sunday Reel Po" BotdUr*.
General Hellebnut, the Heialnn mln��
Inter for war. Una made an Innovation
In mutter* military by rstnhllnhlns; a
Any ot rest for all branrhea of Ilia ar*
y' A Delicious Fruit Salad.
Six large, firm apples, one banana,
ono orange* a. small bunch of white
grapes, half a cupful of broken walnut
meats, half a.cupful of sliced candled
fruits and one teuapoouful of rnnllla
extract: Chop the npples. orango and
banana vary fine, add, tlie nuts, enn*
died fruit and vanilla and mix well.
Garnish tbe top wltb the grapes,
halved and seeded. If the apples aro
very sour add u littlo augar. Sorvo
on omull dainty plates.
fell on the Hint dagger, which ho-wuj, Wjr# Bubrti^f. hnw,.heen nppolnted as
carrying, and aa he turned o*a* ���ntf-Tt|ii9''ri��sjt ���1l1l^y;���'" M������^^s^W���i'���������l���ll��� voldlmi'
shrieked   lo  bis death   Htrugplua   ht  ^rlji bur* pertn>��lon jfli rHurtt lo th*1r
families ritia epetvl fltinftay^at home,
tbey will hriVe n formnl rieifmU Rrnnt*
ed, which ��m their return tn the Mr*
iflclta they will bar* to prodtie* td
the commandant, ��t|rneA by tha "rhe?
fla famine" to lit* effect (lint the/
feat* him At bomfc-jUbaon Ulob*   ,
drew forth tbo.ancient weapon from
tbe wound with n.violent tffort that
eent It nylng ynwls dlMnnt.
Title nun. . . . I
To Fry Mush Quickly,
Mako tbe mush ln tbe usual wny. ex*
cept; tbatlt is not necessary to cook it
so long, ftavo a tablnspoon ful each of
lard nnd buttor ambklng bot In a akll*
lit Lift tho hot mush to tho skillet by
spoonfuls and Hatton It out It fries
quickly and la sweeter and criapcr tbau
wben allowed to get cold and tben
fried. It In dollclouu wben served wltb
fried chicken.
Dolled Dretslna.
For boiled dressltig bent up two eggs,
add half n pint of vinegar, one tea*
spoonful of snit. n daahof red peppbr,
four tablespoonfuls of sugar and two
ounce* of butter. Mix well nnd cook
In a doublo boiler, stirring cnnutnntly
until the. dressing hnn thickened: Tben
cool and serve. This rimming mny bo
thinned wltb olther cmurn or olive oil.
A.Curiosity of Sound.
If wben rldiug ln a balloon at a
height, say, or 2.000 feet a charge of
guucottou be Dred electrically 100 feet
below the car. tbe report though really
as loud its it cannon, sounds no more
than a pistol shot possibly partly
owing to the greater rarity of tbe air.
but chiefly because the sound, having
uo background to reflect It simply
spends Itself In the, nlr. Then, olwnye
and under all conditions of atmosphere
there ensues nliMolnte silence until the
(time: for the:ecbV��J hack fronj%irth-has
fully- elapsed., wben a Ade*ifenlngi;out-r
burst; of, thunder ���rises; from below;
rolling on ofteu for more than, half a
minute.     V...; A.'Vy ���   '"   \   .���,';,
��� ������;'���'��� X Impartial.'.
Professor C. Alpbonso Smith once,
wrote nn English grammar. : Tbe book
was publlHhed while Dr. Smith was
touching ut the Uplveralty of North
Carolina. One day ho, m-olved froni
a farmer u letter containing the follow*
lain;:   '   ,..-���. ,'-. ���      ���:. V'A'y'^.viV'VA^1,
"1 am glad somebody ban written an
Impartial grammar at lust.*'
Dr. Smith Immcdlutely. wrote to t^ie
farnier'asking whnt bo' meant by nd'
"impartial grummur." Tho auawet
wus:' A.;-* ���..     ,  y'':
"Ybu give tbe children tbla ecntenee
to purine: "One Conf^derato kdllcd ton
Vnnkeea.' ������-Now York Post
Whsre Honesty FalM
"You a to mill having trouble ln your
���enrcli fur un bouiHit munV"
������Yea/' repilea Diogenes. "Thero aro
plenty who uri* scrupulous about bust*
news iiltd iniiltlcs. Kuti huvo novor
��yi*t found o md tw nolle*! that b��
woiiidtilt try to ring tn u |Mtrtriilt taken
when hv wns ten yearn younger when
yoii iihu blru for n plciuru for publlca*
uon.''~ Washington MHir.
flood breeding la a isitai of ertult all
ovar uie wurtCb   ���    ��� -
. Ceaam Salad Drsstlno.
To prepare ercilth snlnd drMsjng rub
the yolks of three hard balled eg-gra to
��� amooth pantw. grndunllyaud otte'tea*
���ponnful of snit, one teunp��onful of
lugor. two tnliiespoiinfuls of vinegar
ind ona teaspoonful of tniistard. Whip
Bp one pint of double cream till amooth
���nd ��tlr tbla n spoonful at a tltna into
Uia egg mixture,    _....
"That bauiiuel tomglit can't get
along wltboui uit\" \
"Vou have n pretty good opinion of
yourm-lf.    Blll--d tor a i*|ieeiiiy".
"t)b, no. I wiih nivlti'd to l|Btan.rt���
Ixiuluvllle Courier Jouruiil.
Kicker-Flu vv
piWfhfY    Hub
�� yon aciMik engaged at
���ker~l think so: there'i
�� Hum out In the kitchen every night"*
CeriiiT'i) Itussr.
Politeness In g��md nature regulated
by booA MUSH.~Bydn��y tduittb.
Law of Marriage Seems Very  Loose?*
BuMt ts Made Almost Impossible
For a Man to Deceive a Woman-*
Juries Have Fifteen Members and
Judges   Are  Properly   Senators   of ^
the College of Justice.
Very few people who have not eith*
er been brought - up* in Scotland of
'spent a considerable time in that
'country are aware how widely and
(fundamentally it differs in its systen*
'of jurisprudence from the remainder
of the British Empire. The following,
���facts���which by no means .exhausts1
���the subject���will prove of general interest, says Ideas:
1   It   will   be   cu'riouii  to   learn   that
-���ac~m*rr:-Srge--3&&-4sgally -taka-.placfiLJ.nL_.
Scotland, 'whetner by the sheriff, thi*
minister  of  the Established* Churcn- *
or tne humblest dissenting. "Ranter/
without tne previous intervention ot
the registrar" Of marriages. -4-Banns arSr
not necessary, but only the   Church*' ol'
Scotland   can  validly   publish them.
When this method is followed, how~
ever, a, 'certificate from the clerk of
the kirk session must be taken to ,th��
registrar certifying   that   the  banns,
were duly   published and   no' objections offered.   Upon this the registrar ,
issues  the" * license���that is the legal*'
authorization to the person���minister
of any denomination���who is to per- -
form  the   ceremony, and   with  it  a>.
document to be filled up and returned
to the registry.   To concluae this section, if any number���Bay a dozen���of"
people  form   themselves  into, a  congregation of���say���New Episcopalians, ,
appointing a bisnop and presbyter and"
bo on. and order that any  of these
"ministers"  is regarded by,them a*
authorized   to  marry, their, members,. t
every marriage thereafter "celebrated""'
or "Bolenmii&ed". or performed by any
such person iB regarded  by Scottisu
law as  a legal  and valid marriage,
resolvable only by divorce on statutory grounds.   It is frequently asserted  thot  marriage  law iB  very loose-
in Scotland, but this is the. opposite*
of the truth.    ScottiBh .law makes ifc
as  nearly   impossible ior  a' man  to-
"fool" a' woman as it-is possible to do.
In England and Ireland solicitor*
all rank aiike.   In Scotland "writer"
��s" the   equivalent "ol  solicitor;   then
there  is  a   grade   above    that,   the
"writer to the signet"; and, Btill high-,
er,' the "writer" who is a "8.C.C."���
solicitor to the Supreme Court. There-
are   no  barristers'  in    Scotland,, the
equivalent being advocate, the equivalent of a crown prosecutor is the advocate depute'���that is, the deputy of
the Lord Advocate, who is, again; io.
Scotland, the equivalent of the Attor-r
���asy-GeReral,, but his powers-are mucb
greater than the latter.    Then again,
there is no such -tning as a K.C. im .
Scotlemd.    Many ScottiBh lawyers are*
entitled   tb   put   "K.C."   after   their  .
{names,  but these are  also  members'   *'
of the English or Irish --Bars. ' Furth-
'��� erj'"B.L.""abes not indicate barrisi��r-���
at-law in Scotland; it stands, instead,. -
for the university degree of bachelor-
k>f-law.   There is nc Law School nor
Innfa of Court in Scotland other that>
those of the universities; and the educational  standard    required   for   ther ���
Scottish. Bar is incomparably higher���  ,
as it is for the cnurches���than else-.-
where in the United Kingdom.   Very ,
many writers���equal to solictors-^have
the B.L. degree, and tbe vast majority.' I
of them are university men. ,There ,i&    (\
no   coroner   in   Scotland,   while   the     *1
sheriff is a judge.   I remember Lordly
Guthrie, who was such a leading fea- A'
ture in the  recent Divorce Commission,   a   sheriff.    English   and   Irish.'  ~
judges   are   only   "niy   lord"   on  the   .
bench,   unless   they, be   ennobled  a*
peers, as the Lord Chief Justices ot, V
iingland and Ireland are. at present,  ���
On the other hand, the term "judge"" _
is unknown in Scottish law. The equivalent are' "Senators oi  the College��� ,
of Justice," eyeryniember of which, r,,
oh iippoihtmentVv'biecomesi' ;ip8b'7facto^-:A
a ,lord,Aori^br-'p��fAt^
eiihie^rfelain hi'sVperaonal name"-as thafc'���'������.
racist  deligfitftil' bf men,  Lord  Stor-A: ���
mouth Dorlihgivor tho presentALoroVA'
Chancellor: of  'England;    who;; isA a-AA
Scotsman and was a Senator of' the A A.
College ot Justice, who; took .the poetic* ;;
title ol Lord Lore burn.  ., V.. ,.,;,.A.avA,
ScottiBh law. despite Scottish: Pro- ;'
teatuntism, is'mainly based on canon,
law, English and Irish law or Roman
law.   The robes of, Scottish ;'*judges:r ' A
ore survived ecclesiiistical veBtmcntg.   i
A criminal jury in:Scotland conBistav*
of fifteen  members,    A   majority, bf:y
these l'flnd'',-j,theverdlot.;   ThereAarer j^i
three verdicts open:to tho jury-iVNot'i'-ivi
Guilty," "Not Proven," and VGuilty.r
Thus if lour jurors sdyVhbt'guilty,''
five "not provon.f* una six A'guiltyi''
that Is a verdiot of������'.fgiillty/*-1- arid the*
aoousod in conviotodi but, pf course*
the sentence would reflect the fact
that'an actual majority of the jury V
.had refused ;to':Bayv"guilty'.' by two-
to one. v It iivobviourt'-that fciioh a result as o diBSfltooment of tho juryx
oahnot odbur.v Tho offoot of a'verdlof''
lof,i"hbt ���prrtvOtt''h��r*:tho; same; o��oot
upon tlio liborty of the acouHcd, but
not 'upon hia character, as not guilty^;
He oannot,  as  U oftenV\ erroneously
bOltsVed. bo ��e.arro��tod on that charge
|no matter .'whoV nob ovldonco might ,v
orbp ti!tof   It i��'ftltW obvious that ther Vi
verdict of "not guilty" la much morr
absolving sinoo it was opon' to the
Siry: to say'^not provon" It they ha*
oubts, ,.*.���.,',..;',..,...    ���   ,,..,. ...,;.;,../������ ..;������.,:..-.-(������ ."
J Onoo.,��  prisoner has  "tholod  art A.
Asslto" that In, bus bo��n put on trlaU
���r-he. cah,!t be, put,, book, and, in: the .
(event of a orown witness, say, dying,
uo .postponement c��h lake plttoe,   II'
the orown find, aftor thi��;prisoner Is*
arraigned, that they can't ^jo on thv
ttourt has no po Wer to postpone, ond
tho priaomr walks out of the dock.
Ha ^hw "tholod an AssUeiV
'Xhara.U no county to,f��ounty,A��al��'v:
but the Oollega/ol Justice, as a crln^'
lnM oourt pnjyv gosi on "circuit" noi^
losa^than bight, times a yoar, whllcr
as in the famous Ardlahiont case, any
jprlmiiif��l onnnff, no ,raat,tcr where, ther,
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'.yy ' P^r.    I-      ~    *  f-VHT /-  -t  N  J'^i'X  ' J*  I I  A,   *   i  ..J*/;  - v  |W  TTTXT      /r������1>17<aTnN' T*      O TJT?yTT?W  ���������  FROST & WOOD BINDER  The Blndei* of Merit.     A Sure Tvar������  Force Feed El bwator.  tMttRil^"  WHAT'S iff A KAIfelE?  Toronto Type Foundry Co., Lid  CALGARY  WINNIPEG  REGINA  The Largest Printers', Supply House in Canada  We Carry in StocR Cyfilnder Presses, Job Presses,  Paper Cutters, Type and Material. Can Pill  Orders for Complete Equipment from our Stock.  We are the Largest Ready Print Publishers in  fh~eWest7 "WeTulrtlsh Heady Prints from our  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses.,     :      :  Order  From   Nearest  Branch  coming from the United States. Hence  although the British exporter can now  send his goods of this class free" of  duty, he no longer finds himself in a  favoied position as compared with his  American rival. It is an open business question to pay a* duty ahd have  one's rival pay a still higher one, then  to find oneself placed on a> footing of  absolute equality. It is true that the  bulk of natural products imported^ into Canada come * from the United  States but it is an error to suppose  that there is no such -import' to our  market from Great Britain. The statistics given by the Canadian government show an import of natural pro-  an error to suppose that there is no  such import to our market from Great  Britain. The statistics given by the'  Canadian government show an import of natural products from the  United States included under the first  schedule of the reciprocity compact  for the year 1910 of the value of $32,  913,823    -   ���������   - . .. .     -  Ontario   Veterinary   College  TEMPERANCE     STREET, TORONTO.  , Affiliated with the University of Toronto, and under the control of  the Department of Agriculture of Ontario. Infirmary for Sick  Animals  at the College. ,  COLLEGE     RE-OPENS     OCTOBER 2nd,     1911.  N.   B.���������Calendar on  Application.  E.   A.   A.   GRANGE,   V.S.,   M.S ,    Principal.  /"*T /~V,r*>tTT?CV  INSURANCE���������A paid-up ��������������� policy '  against the ordinary troubles of Wash-day--Js yours if  you use one of  &.U&JI u   ww rtusiuuniiuu  THE BOARDS WITH THE lABOR-SAVINC CRIMP  C. P. R. WILL EXPORT COAL  To  the     United     States���������Extensions  Being Built on  Lines  It is stated that the Canadian Paci-J  fie Railway is preparing to market immense shipments of ooal in the United |  States in the near future. The C. P.,i  JR. is expending huge sums of money  in rushing to completion extensions  from the Pacific Coast and the Northern boundary of the United States to  its, productive coal deposits in the  ���������Rocky mountains. The .C. P. R. lines  already, come within striking distance  of the international boundary at sev-  eral-pehxts und-v/st-h, tUva-oihcf-exteir-  sions that are now being built the  Rocky Mountain coal mines will be in  active competition with United States  mines for the trade of the 'Pacific  northwest. An idea of the enormous  expenditure involved in the building  of those new western lines by the C.  _      _ ^     . P. R. can be had from*the statement  But the imports of this class i that  altogether - construction^ work  is  the   being gone on with on over one thou  from  the   United   Kingdom  for     w* > ,^Lx,t  same year amounted to $6,394,638.        ������sand miles of new line  Moreover there is another part of  the Reciprocity Compact which lowers  duties in favor of the United States  and the twelve favored nations without entirely removing them.  In this case the British duty stays  exactly where it is, or if the proposed  reciprocal rate is lower, it is brought  down to that level. In these cases  therefore the preferential advantage  is either considerably lessened or, even  disappears altogether.      -    <  An Ordert  "Won't you please give riie an order?" pleaded the persistent commercial traveller.  "Certainly/' replied the crusty proprietor.    "Get out!"���������Tit-Bits.  Most of these  extensions are being built as feeders  from the country north of or parallel  to the line, but are also a goodly number of miles of track which is stretching down toward the.boundary line,  and they afford excellent opportunities for the building up by the C.  P. R. of a flourishing trade in Canadian Rocky Mountain coal with the  United States.  I  Substitution doesn't pay���������it means to you loss of  confidence and to the Grocer loss of a customer. There  are'no Washboards  "just as   good"   asv Eddy's.  ���������*������������������������  An Oil for All Men.���������The sailor, the  soldier, the fisherraoln. the lumberman,  the ou*-door laborer ond all who f������re ex-  nosed to iniurv ond the elements will find  in Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil a truer and  faithful friend. To ease pain, relieve  rheumatism, it has no equal. Therefore.  it should have a place in all home medicines and those taken on a journey.  Maud���������Charley is so poetical. When  I accepted him he felt like an immigrant entering a new world."v'  Ethel���������"Well, wasn't he just landed3"���������Boston Transcript. ,.  Wilson's Fly Pads are sold by practically all Druggists, Grocers and General Stores throughout Canada. They  kill many times more flies tbatr any  other article.  , * '    V*'  *    ' Cause Enough     '     -      -*-  ,   ,  "You think she will marry* again5"  "I  consider  it probable.    Her  late  "husband  left  some  tobacco  coupons,  but not enough to get anything with."  " -���������Washington  Herald.  ..Always   spread   cornmeal      out   on  , paper  to  dry  thoroughly  before  putting it away.  Never wrap steel or silver in a woollen cloth. Use the softest tissue  paper.  To remove fly specks from varnished surfaces, use equal parts of water  and skim milk, warmed.  ���������5*������ SZaS  ff  V  Mr.'John  Tyrrell  /  BRITISH CONNECTIONS  1 ToreTlie flesKl  "It -waa In tho latter end of,tho I  -'v       -yoar 1008 that "a nasty; itoh camo  .-,���������������������������''��������������������������� through my akin, and 1 Bcrutchod it I  A uhtll I t6ro tho flonh.   I.tried several  . ointments to no effect.���������.������������������'! went to o  "'���������> X:.',. iilcin, hOBbltal. Thoy advised mo toit,  AyA<:! ���������������> to tho ��������� wr���������!������-*r Hospital!''hut��������� I -ro*'*  ������>: i ;rosed, ������������������; I oould not sloop with tho L  .M'ov^'tfon-Jfc^  Sn o 1 about tho month of January. I  ino ay Iohanood to soo In tho poporall  c^XXM ovo llUo.;lmlnoybut,1 qaVo-lt ndP  ?'��������� i .   *oiM*i<>*inon:   At lnsfc I'sald, 'I-wlll-IfcrjH  , 'if : , ;th< ������������������:���������: Cutloura ���������tteroedloa,' .With tho  ;t A :flr<;: wash and-Cutloura plntmpn,tjt.  :V,'; 'iS-od.; I found' th-tfk* offofito; ���������)I\W  I A, 'V1 'ione'box of tho Ointmont moro; and'  Ay   -lnlosa than one wock tho sltln was all  1     irlsnti and lcrt n6,traood after It.   I.  ,     , t havo, not .had *a .return, of tho samo I  .;:.S.''::^iMn<M/>yAnd.,X;,iiba11:lMiraya'pralsolhoil  v���������^,';''���������������������������;.'CutI0^ra,v^,l^omodlo������������������V an   bolnp*, ;f tho  JiA;A^im6anr'ot'n^buro/^^^  'V;1';"���������"VX'y-'.���������'(aig-hod) :3pm Ttmiinju,-..������,  ���������*;".v ���������   -04? Sootland'itond, Liverpool.  ,   ,    In a furthor letter Mr.Tyrroll 1 adds i  ;      VTho first apponretioo '���������: of' my skin  >.-, >oaw*ma wus a burning Itch which I  vrtoro and loft my body, logs and arms  A; ono mass'ipf Jooros:.  .It caused sloop*  ; ��������� i: <,   Ion nl ants, - but now I, oan sloop > aa  ���������,: ���������   ���������������������������iii <,.��������������������������� J..-' 1, ill.".: ,'���������'���������'-.��������� ������������������    . -,'���������..,���������.! 1   .    .' i  ,.....-������������������.   ,  ,���������  ^h0^X'tx\,yyifx:^-:^yy.'\ ;y":A;'y ���������  'OapdiiuOiaiinciit  ..y..',������, ������-..������������������ ,m ���������.������������������ ���������,!,,���������: ���������������������������> -h ...;,.' ���������,. ���������'. ...-.'.',���������.,������   *m* son by dnnftots ������������������i>whsf������u  Potter ttruir  ���������A CTiniw, *! Corp. Holt* Props,' vVtatnin/ Mass.  ������;stoiisdtm.ouwtwk nosk on sW������������iiissmss. -  Would Free Trade With United States  Hurt Preference?  A great many people believe that if  any measure of Free Trade be adopted with the United States, the only  natural result of that policy would be  British Preference, which has existed  between Canada and Great Britain  for the past thirteen years.  In 1898 a preference of a reduction  of duties to the extent of 25 per cent,  was extended by Canada to t the  United Kingdom, and in the year 1900  this preference was increased from  25 to 33X per cent. The existing  Canadian Tariff (that of 1907), while it  does not everywhere grant a preferential duty of exactly 33J������ per cent.,  has a schedule of duties which vary  from article to article, but in which  the general principle of the reduction  of duty by one-third, in , favor of  Great Britain has been observed.  ' This system since its establishment  has met with universal approval. It  was supposed to cairv with it the assort ion that henceforth the Dominion  of Canada proposed to unite itself #in  sppcial trade relations with the British  Isles, and to cut itself free from ony  entangling alliances, in the commercial sense, with countries outside of  the British Empire. Preference in  fnct, wns looked upon as tho negation  of Reciprocity.  The system mot with general approval for the reason thot its economic basis was perfectly sound. It  wns felt on all sides that the timo was  still fnr distant when the Dominion  and Great, Britain could bo on torma  of absolute free trade with one another. Canada could not afford- to  dlsponso with its manufacturing nnd  industrial system, which hod beon  built up with bo much pains and effort, nnd in the general prosperity of  our country. Tn as much aa Iho' costs  of manufacture, owing to low^vagoa,  nro vory muoh loss in Groat Britain  thnn thcyvnro in Canada, It was felt  'to'be.unfair to aslc tho Canadian man-;  ufnbturof' to stnfid in competition, "on  ovon,;torma, with thn British producer  whoso bURinoBfl optild bu onrritod on at  ii','vo'ry,Tn>'uoli low^r doHt. Tho unto-  guarding "of hound industries thbrcfof 0,  and thp creation of what cbuld proper.;  ly' ho voallod a national system wnn  rriobguly.od " an 'tho' cardinal principle  of 'Oanridhvn ^ trado- polioy. ' A'  ���������r'lfithlfl'pblioy;is not sound, thon tho  sobnerit t������ done away with tho hotter,  Tho reciprocity,- ootypnet  -would   oor-  tainly hiiyoAthis ofteot* and if tho pre-  forontial system under which wo haye  now boon trading for thirteen years  has boorti ti' national orror, Reciprocity  may bo welcomed1 o������ ,nV first stop in  another direction, (Rut   it   on   the  othor hand, , tho Preferential System  rests hpoh n sound; national, and imperial; ibaslfl,, tjiejt, v tho,:��������� Roolprootty  Compact can A'only ho regarded' nis a  dangerous,ihtoVtoronoo,with onp;of the  main wipporta of our present imperial  system.!     '���������y.iyy-i'-X.vAx.yt-yyXyyy.  There can bo'bhfc Httlo doubt as to  tlio facts bf'tho.quostibm.'Ih tho.first  place, tho Reciprocity compaot admita  practically tho wholrt tapgp pf -natural  nroducta, froo of duty, both; from tlio  ITnltod   States   and   Groat   ilritaln,  into tho Canadian mnrket.   Until now  adn^y had to bo paid on Imports, ot  Agitated. Old Gent���������Quicfcf' My  daughter is overboard! Save her and  she shall be your wife' >  Base Person���������Wait till a wave rolls  over and I can see her face!���������-Puck.  summer months fatal  to small Children  The summer months are the hardest of the year on small children.  Cholera infantum, diarrhoea, dysentery and stomach troubles are all  common at this time and many a  precious life is snuffed out after only  a few honrs illness. As a safeguard  mothers should , keep Baby's Own  Tablets in the house. An. occasional  dose of the Tablets will prevent  stomach and bowel troubles, or1 if the  trouble comes on suddenly will bring  the- little one through safely/ Mrs.  Larry t DeGrace, Mizonette, fN. B.,  writes: "Last summer my baby suffered greatly from her stomach and  bowels and nothing helped her till I  began sriving her Baby's Own Tablets. , They regulated her bowels,  Sweetened her stomach, and now she  is a big, healthy, happy child. The  Tablets are sold by medicine' dealers  or by mail at 25'cents'a box from  The Dr. Williams' , Medicine  Brockviiie, Ont.    \ '  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Distemper.  "What is the period at which a woman thinks more of dress than anything else?" "The time between infancy and old age."���������Toledo Blade.  Hard Times Ahe?d  Mos. Knicker���������"They say Paris is  crazy over "fringe."  Knicfeer���������"Well, "I'll Vear it an my  trousers ft you get any more dresses."  ���������New York Sun. *  Minard's Liniment cures garget,n cows  Phrenoiogist-  "Did you manage to raise anything  worth eating." "I think so,',' replied  the amateur gardner. , "The cutworms  nnd cpterpillnrs' all thought well of  it."���������Washngton Star.  Lady of the House���������"I know that  your "character has heen blackened."  Applicant���������"Yes, ma'am; that's where  my Inst missus spilt the ink on it.' ���������  Baltimore American.  wear me, your oump  of destructivene3s is tvery large.    Are  you a soldier?"  Customer���������"No; I'm a chauffeur I"  ���������Sydney Bulletin. ,   '  Q> eer Cognomens Bastowed 0.1 Equina  Aristocracy.  j     A man can change h.s name when  I he grows up, if an unkind parent haa  I " ni?ht������d   him   with   nomethi-ns   lik������  "Gatacre Majuba Buller," as at lea������t  o.ie  cnild   was  enriatened during the  Boer War.   But a horsa! Well, a norse  can only kick, but' his name sticks.  The   appearance   of   a   blue-blooded  babjr foal on this earthly sphere im-'  mediately sets sportsmen thinking out  a suitable name.   The ideal name is,  of   course,   a   clever   combination   of  those of tl������3  s.re  and dam,  a name  that  yvill  automatically   indicate  the  youngster's pedigree. ,  Many horses set their names in  quite'a haphazard way. For instance.  One Away was so called because the  son of.t 1 owner had a habit of calling this expression out loudlv every  time he gave a miss at billiards!  Many owners/, too, have a craze for'  al.iterativrf name*, ana th������se general-  iy~ Snd_faY0jr jyith. the-public .Am.ojug-  tiT>m m������v b������ re^all^d Tommy Tittli*-  mouse, the last mount of the moot  famous of all jockeys, Fred Archer,  tutin there w^m tn������>se well-known  horses,'Pretty Polly "and Blink Bonny.  Some years ago everyone was talk-  i. g about Lord Abingdon's Pot-8-O's,  a horse which won a nun.I>er of races,  and was sire of two Derby winners.  Lord Abingdon offered one day,,  when on a visit to his trainer, one of  the stable-boys five 'shillings if he  could spell the name Potatoes���������which  he had previously fixed upon���������correctly. The boy was puzzled fort a minute, but, taking a piece of chalk, he  scrawled on the corn-bin "Pot-S-O's,",  whiph-so amused his lordship that he  altered his own spelling to suit the  stable-boy's, ' as well as giving him  the five> shillings for his ingenuity!  Quarrelsome lovers may take a tip  from the naming of Reconciliation,  whose si re "and dam wer* Love Wisely  and Sulks r Another c-leverly-named  "horse was Chestnut Sunday, by Bush-  ey Park and May Race. It, will be  recalled that May is tho time for the  Londoner's vfsit to see the gorgeous  chestnuts in flower in Bushey Park.  Mr. John CcrletiV the well-known  newspaper owner, christened one of  ,his horses Let Go the fainter. The  sire was Velasquez named after the  great Spanish painter, nnd the dam  was Torpedo; so an aptel name could  hardly have be$n chosen.  His late Majesty King Edward VIT.'  ws* very particular abcrut the christening of his horses. Thot famous  horse, Diamond Jubilee, ^<*as so ramed  at the express wish of Queen Alexandra, in com'imoration i-i the jubilee  of Queen \ ictoria.. KJn<j Edward's  first Derby winner, Pe: simmon, (Te-  icetved its'name -y a sim^Ie'Combina-  ticn of those of hi* sire *nd dam, St.  Simon and Perdita II,  , The Tate Duke of Devonshire was  Co., J responsible-for a- dever name when  he chose Burgundy, out <������������ Isinglass-  Burgonet/ Caruso���������\.he htfrse. not the  singer���������was a colt, whose parents were  St. Frusquih and ������MeIba.i  But nowadays horses set nartes that  the^*; need" not, as a rul^.Abp, ashamed*  fif.^ In the' past, howevef,' the, most  ridiculous names were" foisted upon  the long-suffering animals. Mete.,1 Go  with My'Eye "Out was an extraordinary, one familiar to race-goe*s of a past  generation.' uoncaster, which won the  Derby,, was the sire of Bpr-d, Or. Before he carried off the class c race,-he  ZAM-BUK',CURES SUNBURN      w  Neglect of a ^sunburn on face, ana"V,' jLw  or neck often leads to the after growth y,,.^  of skin which is "freckled or coarse;  and this is particularly distressing to  ladies. Timely application of Zam-  Buk and regular use of Zam,Buk Soap ,  will prevent this. Zam*Buk,is a herb-  ; al balm, which soothes 'arid cools the  burned skin, and assists nature to replace the damaged 'tissue with soft',  velvety skin. Zam-Buk Soap is speci-^  ally made for tender (skins.  - Zam-Buk is also good for stings,  scratches, heat ��������� sores, blisters ' on  hands or feet, and all ^kin.injusies.  Applied to these it quickly stops the  smarting, and ensures quick healing..  As it is free -from animaLfat, and mineral coloring matter, it is ..particularly suited to the delicate'skin of "babies  suffering from heat Tashes,J chafed  places, etc. Sold everywhere by* Druggists'and store-keepers. Zam-Buk ,j5Qc.  box. Zam-Buk Soap 25c. tablet, or  box of 3 for 70c.  yis?m  'yfiWK  m  -yA'flD  A;  x&$  xrn  Mm  - A^K-t-s -ts ^ua- -today���������������ot~out���������chotcs-j  list" bf  Agents'"Supplies.    No  outlast*  necessary.    They are money makers.'  Apply-B������CI. Co.i *Ltd.," 228*"Albeffc  St.> Ottawa, On*. ,,   ���������    _  -"SI  REST AID PUITH TO WSffm WB ������KiLi.  UBa.WtMax.oWs ScoTHma f  Bsed for over SIXTY YBARS b  'Maia.WfHai.oWs ScoTHmo Bvsivr bss baas  by BSILXJOKS al  MOTHBRS   for   tbeir   ~ai*UDRBN  P������RPr������C  MILI40KS 1 .  wtrnM  SUCCBSs      ������  jTBttTHING. witb  SOOTHES" the CHII.D. SOF1JBNS the Ott^SL  IXXAYS all PAIN CURBS WIND COLIC. UM  U tbe best remedy for IHARKttCEA. It Is ������������������������  solutely barmlesa. Be sure ������nd ask for "Km  Winslow's Soothingr Syrup," aad Uke sm *tsM*  kind.   TweBt7-&TecenU# boUlc ..,   ���������.  The "Wellington'* Hat  for men. , Canadiari-made.. Guaranteed best hat .value iu Canada.  All sizes and shapes in��������� soft and  stiff, felts. Ask your Dealer, or,  write at once to  /CHAS. C. PUNCHARD &. CO.,  Toronto,. Ont.  ;i tl  1  .^B^ORB!^E  F*  1  1 Mrs. Idler���������"Let's see! Wasn't  there some scandal concerning that'  Broadhead girl?" " l  Mrs. -. Chatter���������"Oh, yes !' don't you  recollect? She married ' for 'love 1"���������  PUck.  Short Story  "How long 'does vour husband expect to -be in New York?"  '|0hv, not long. Hp only took $500  with, him."-���������Chicago Record-Herald.  Arabion desert dwellers shake hands  eight times when they meet.  The Kidneys  Wear Out  1 <  But Many People of Advanced Years  Have Learned How to Kaep These  Organs Healthy'by Using  , DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  Tho kidnoya ore often tho first or-  gnns of tho body to., causo trouble.  Their work of"fll������#ing the blood Ib'  'gteatly increased by excessive eating  or by tho uho of highly Bcas6ncd foods  und.alcoholic drinks., ,     ,  v Ab advance^.ngo '��������� obmoa} on most  people suffer moro 'or loss from de-  rdhgdmdhts of tho . kUlhoys. With  HOfno'! thoro ' nro years';'���������'*. bf' pnlns and  iichos, 1 w Ith i others -Bright's; di spa sola  soon fdovelopod, and, the end comes  .qulblrtyi:';;7iv^vA.'-.V;-^!.:i;:;.;':v'/-..V;;-f!'\:''.*' ;  v l?b������tunntolyva. prodt many.-,'-,,haye  loomed nbout Dr; OhaBe's Kidnoy, and  had the( extraordinary &vd ridiculous  name- of All Heart sad No'Peel. '*  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  ������rltbi LOOAI. APWJCATIOJtBt aa ttejr cannot reaea  Uwjjeat otrtfta disease. fMtanrbiaitblooU or constl-,  tuijiinal dWMo, and In oftter to cute it you must take*  Uttjotmai romcdles. ��������� Hall's Catarrh Cura .Is taken to-  tcmally, and acta directly npoa the blood and mucous  turface*1 Hall's CAtartb euro Is not a ouaek jnedi-  cine, it waa prescribed by one ot thb boat p&ysltlana  in thi* country to* yram and Is a regular prescription.  tt 1* Mmuosed oritba bust tonics known, combined  Kitl* tb������ best bioodpurUect, attlnc dlreetty.on tba  muous surfaeeft. Tb������ perfeet combination 'of tb*  i*o inBTodlsnta la wbat produce* sttcb wonderful ra-  iult������ lo outtnc eaunb, Send tor tssttfntaUls.. rrea. 1  ��������� . JfVJ.CHUEKEY <k COu Vropsi. Tbiado. a  8t>.- by DramlsUk Df loo 7Bo-  Vaka Haa-s famtty yuia tor apaattesOoa.  Mr, Willis���������'/But , why don't you  take your bank-book in to have it balanced?" T 1 ���������       '  Mrs. Willis���������"I don't want that  snappy-looking coshicr to know how  much money I've got in there!'*���������,  Puck.  Aged Bride and Groom.  ' Remarkable scenes were witnessed  at Chatham a few days ago, when a  sprightlyr couple whose to*.*l years  were 174 went to tbe altar. The bride-  gruJbm-waft William Hennen i9i), and  the bride, Fanny Wadhams J"80>. Immense crowds ���������assembled Ut sen the  pair, and the vehicular traffic was  brought to a standstill. The wedding  was the culmination of a wdrkhouse  romance, for the cou*?!e left the Med-  way Union to 2������t married on the  strength of their old age pensions.  Hennen is the last ofi the > ol$* postboys, ond the townspeople of Chatham  Eresented( the old gentleman with a  rand new frock suit' and overcoat,  and the ladios of the town rtgl;ed the  bride out in a beautiful Mwdding  gown. A local i^weler,' provided the  wedding ring. After the cercnlony ah  up-to-date motor car was requisitioned and Mr? and Mrs. Henmlti, were  convoyed in styl" .to the cosy np<irt-  ments which th^lr kind feIlowt������tov������ns-  folk had provided in readiness for  them.  ���������WW rMace "UrfflainecL'* ittxausafOi  swollen Tendons, Xjlg������ineiita������  Muscles or JVrolsesT'viwe tlu  Sameness and <atop naln from. ���������  Splint, Bide Bone oe* Bone Spavin*  ���������WsrsTifiA a^>WP eass *2r ������pedai l&stiactlon������ Bad ,  ABSOBBINB������ JR-.ttoailnltasnt.Sor manWffjl.  Eoducos strained, torn ligaments, enlarged glggds.  veins or tnn������cle���������������beals tdceta���������alloys pain, jVliM  hm ������ bo������to at dealers or delivered, r _*^_- *.���������.  ���������W.������.^0TOC.rj>J..OTI*������*^s*1d^'������������-sresiV<aai  _   Al*ofkimljihed by Htrtia Bole ft Wtntw Co., Winnipeg;  Tno Nations! iJrag aud.OJieijdcal Co,, Winnipeg A Cstgary s -  and Beadeuon Sk& Co. Lto., Vsscsursr.  She  Wm   U/!c������   c  "Why do you insist* on asking that  young man to sing?"-* * ,   ������  "Because," replied Mifjs Cayenne,  "when* he's "singing he isn't trying to  converge."���������Washington Star.    '  If ono be troubled with corns and worts,  he will find in Holloway's Corn, Cure" an  application that will entirely relieve'^Offering.  ' > ^    -,*  He (hotly)���������"Are you trying to  make a fool of me?" l >> ��������� " r"������ *  She  (coldly)���������"I really do not see  the  necessity  of  such   effort-on ��������� my  part."���������Baltimore American.     ,  ,   .  ������ i 1 i] O  Place a box of lime in the closet in  which jams, preserves, etc., are,'stored  away. It will prevent mold gathering  on the fruit.  -">.  The Bowels Must Aot Healthily.���������In mont  atltnontu the first oaro of the medical  man ts to seo lnat' tho bowolfl are open  and fully 'perfprmlusr their functions.  Pfl.rmeloo'R vetretablo Pills aro 'so compounded that oertotn injrrcdlontu in thom  not on tho bowels solely and they are the  very best medloino available to produoo  health v notion of tho bowels. Indeed,  thero In no other, unoctflc ao sorvlooable in  keeping; tho, digestive*, ojraana In healthful action.*  The Tost  "Des yo' belieb'dat Jim Johnson am  !ronllyAcohveirtodP?'*y>:-!-' ���������, ��������� ��������� ��������� ,, ���������;. ���������(������������������������������������ ������������������.'i  A'^fbocd I does;' ;i'se bin visitln*  his housofo' do iajjt free,months, an'  doy hasn't had 0; mouthful of chic  ,ken;"~Chrlstian Advocate.     : 7 ; a A,  'Ail  FREE  *.>  ; * Poll 1 tiibc existed among the nnoiont  Romans.   It1 was. first levied in Eng������,  Intid lii'l.tflO and occasioned the Wnf  ���������iS'^iih^^^lnm'ionablod hy'tholr[Tyler robollion.    '; ; ���������;  use fo'tkoep tho kidneys, hoalthy and  'aotivo.-.'.*'..' vj'i-,-';,*;-;;,-,.';;,V'.\'.-.: *.,: .��������������������������� ���������;.;.. ?.',j.  This medibhrto Is entirely' different  fifbm ordinary Iddhby*��������� treatment*; and  invJgoratOB'th������ notion of lithe liver and  bowels, r .To iithiB' combinod action 4si  attributed f Ub romorkablo eucoess,  Mr, Richiird':i* Prostoh, bf', Osborne,  Lambton county, Ont.,; writes:-���������"I*  want to tostify to tlw wonderful, cura  tivo properties of Dr; A. W. Chase's  Kidrioy and Apivor JPills. Sovcnteeiv  years ago I begrin the uho- of this  mocliolne, when'Vniy, hack wns so bad,  to stoon or rUawas torturo to mo,  Tho -Uldneys woro, in bad condition,  hut these pills entirely frcpd me of  back'pain*.*h 14mYeVused'thnm*over  alnoo, whenever tho kidneys would ������<lt  out bf drdor, and now, nt elffhty ynars^  om well nnd ,hearty, thanks to", this  meaiolno.". "'������������������ ...'���������'  Dr. A. W. Chase's Kidnoy nnd Xlwr   .���������     ,   ._, ���������_ Pills, ono pill n dose, ������5 oonts a box,  this olasji from Groat Britain, hut aI at all dealers, or Edmanwn, Bates *  ���������UU hifhur duty was paid pn imports| Co., Toronto,    ,,  A Compliment For Hln*.  She was eighteen and very shy. and  she never j had been in the city before, There wos no one at tlie station to meet her. and she looked  about timidly for a cab. Hor mother  had told her to take n hansom. She  did not nee nny hnnsom mor, di'l sho  knoW; that the cnhbioi. wore a livery  nil their own. She did not *ec a  polioeman, either, so she approached a youth who was standing on the  coi'rier of > tho street; /with h,0*i bj^hhtl  "question/" ������������������..'/'A^-'-'A'--   ��������� '���������'.-: 7 ' ������������������;  "Please," she began, "nro you a a  hahnomv.'mnhP',..'''y yxy: 'A  The youth raised his hand and  twlrJe4 hia motist^cho. ingratiatingly,  cmiling with deprocatlng ussuniptloh  of modosty., -, ..v,"';..-'.-^.- ������������������.���������-i-.7 'X.Xy.' >.  A' *'I' ani: so considered," he replied.  ...'���������,.    . ...., .,��������� .,.1 ... -1 ,.���������*.-.,  ���������'������������������'xXX':"' :A'  ;'.���������   In  1810.,    -: yV.'.-V-"  7ho. PessimistrrConfound'; it, Mals������:  chljthe well's frniw up, we'ean'f find  the tallow candles, provisions ar*  most gone, and it will ba a wcok  boforo wn can get a path shb'oeleil  through to town I ,*..*..,' ,,A-.,  The Optlmlst���������Choor up; NeWetiilhhf  Just think that a hundred yearn from  now, when our gr������at-gn'at-gran.lchil-  dreh hnvo (frown up 16 be novt'llstit,  [dramatists and artists; thoy will pie  ture- thoso   days   as   thb   "good   rt���������  TO WOMEN  > 1 w  s *' 1' 1  vi|  jj i  old  Hmei,",)  r.\y,        ,.: .A*'8ure Cure.. .  "t Just hnte a mum w!io keeps hos.  Inn*around the kitchen, don't puPV  ���������"Well, I,soon put a.*top to tlitt sort  of thlnirs In mv family.rt  .'"Iliiuvrnsl .Hon, did you munssci:  UP"  "\'vi*tv Hm* my hwsbsml shows hit  facM In iho kllrh^n 1 hiitul hlri������ Either  tht oo������l pall or tho ash pun or both.'?  *, '"I'lpn..;  'M\^.\  ttj.y-'-'tit  Xtf>V-'\  y^y\  -X>V\t\  xm  ���������i-"''i������i  yM  :Am  Women Buffering from anyforni of  Illness are invited to promptly com-  munipt|te with Mrs. Pinkham ftt I������ynn,  Maus. All letters ttW^cfvba/oponod,  read and answered by women. A,woman can freely talk  of her private 111-  ���������noos. to, at,woman;  ���������thus yKas' beonie������-*  '���������ffias^sfteee  Mrs. Plhkham and  the    wumeiivAiof;  ^���������Awertoa'ctirracA'khat/^^^s  ^���������^^-sc^-^w^^, never boen "brolwh; A Vww,  it^BRJCfTOiilXat^r'NBWC  Uahfid .a, toaUmonlftl by uacd a, lotUr :<; J.t,  without the; written 1 oonnwit^of V.w������^*V'i!M  writer, and never ban the Company,<XyN  alldwod; thoao ;cqnOdont<ab, lfr^er>up > X^y$,.  get out of thojr possession.' as^fnoj  hundreds of jtboui������uiwl������;jof'awonij In  their flies,will attest.;.; ��������� ��������� .'..���������.;;" .v *yyy^,  ��������� '. Out' of the T������st Volume of ^^rienc^^!A;l:'j'^  rrom, it is more tbnnpoRSibie tnat sue.���������������":,y-,w  has pralnwl the tery knowledge n.irtled X'X-\  In your case. She asks nothlhff Wn^'^fi  tyrn ojecopt ypur .Brood,.will, and her ��������� ' A,f  ailvloei has. helped; thouimntls.'. Surely  any woman,     ' ... - .   .-  glad tojtakA'  ous offer of s  rinkhamycaro of Lvdla ^^nl^m.q^,  Modloine Co,, Lynn, Mass, ^    y-. ..*,y';^''X^i\  :��������� 'Mffiry' woman ���������������tttthtr^'dV|hftw,^f>rtiit'[  fjsufcti :T**y������Vv ^ftJa^M** if lrfMslt'fiaf ;;v-i'*i^l  ; g>en������rai ��������� dlstrlbtition, as*H:-lift-,-s^.(i������sj2J|  -4x&**W*m '-'it to jfi^ ki^^ easily        I  ohtolnabla- by tnuOl*, WbIU ������������������������#,  .^v-'  It today. ;'v.:A;;-:^tfv^^*^  i, rich or poor,"should 1j������^;'^|  e^apthirej-ptltftlit tfeij������ri.;^ft%  ! asslntanoo. 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C.V.O., L.L.D., D.C.U, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000  REST, -   $8,000,000  FARMERS'   BUSINESS  Th������ Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility  for the transaction of their banking business including the discount and  collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge  on application.  BANKING   BY   MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of  Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same careful  attention as is -given to all other departments of the Bank's business.  Money saay be deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily as  by a personal visit to the Bank. A231  TERCT 9, FOWLER, Manager, Creston Branch  Creston Hotel if  Creston ^ewiffi?  KM4MMM  ������a������oa������)s a ������**<*-  jvnoay at uxso-rton, xaritish uoiesaraa, by tha Gramm Fab-  , Wilson Avenue, Creston.  IWX:  tW&Xx  .'l^y'X.' X"''  ftttP  If-fKyVA  lii  WyX  mxxi  |aa..v  yy ."������������������  ^y  <\:iJy  \X.  \y  }���������������!������������������:  'Vf  I"; <  XUum 6. Sobvtok   -   SattfcHT.  The Leading  Hotel of the  Frait    Belt  Our  Call  Guests  cAgain  YOU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen,-JRanchiejrs, tourists,  aud Commercials.  Snssgripttoa, $8.00 a year, in advance.  S&ttoy Notices, $6; 60, $7.50; 90, $10  9ss* &s*������sw is ite aosmowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, oir-  eeiatias; ist era* oae tbocsand bones throughout the Oreston district. Ow  eelassms aw o-ptxi to cosrcspondents on live questions of looal interest. Con-  tJrtfcatfsHsB asnst bo brief, written on one ecde of the paper only and Mgned, not  seeessatily tor publication, but as evidence cf good faith. "We invito support  ta ���������va* endeavours toincreoso the usefulness of the Review by bringing in yom  8islYerilssa*B������ntBt subscriptions and news. Complaints from subscribers as t<  sasn-s-o-nint of paper will be promptly attended to. Address all communica-  ttooato she   editor  -*'"  " ���������   ��������� ���������' ......    . ������������������ ' .S_J- ���������    "T"  Elsewhere in this issue wiii be read an account of the  killing of a fine deer to end its sufferings. The poor animal  having been worried by,dogs for hours. It is a regretable  feet that the owners of dogs around Creston permit such a  state of afiairs to exist. Every year this is repeated, and  these worthless cars chase and 'worry deer till the meat i*  worthless and the deer is torn in a shameful manner, before  ucuig uusujty put iu ucaui vy ������vu  L B. Moran  Prop.  >  *  10 cts. eacb or & for 25 cts.  Nelson Laud District���������Distriot  of West Kooteuay  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  Nelson   Land  District-���������District  of West Kootenay  Take notice that I, Stella  Warson, of Rossland, B.C., occupation Spinster, intend to  apply for permission to purchase the following desribed  lands :���������  Commencing at a rjost plant-1  ed about four (4) miles in     a  Northerly direction from.     the  We have just received a stock of  "Photographic   POST CA^S  of CRESTON. and they are the I S*  best e*ber taken. of Creston and the \    |  ,    reston Drag&Bbok Co. |  ,,hj ���������j;art^���������+ +���������    +V.O. ������������������,+*u���������������,������+  Northwest corner of Lot   4275  and adjacent to    the southeast   ~ ���������4U    . mA     .- ���������  ���������       Aama,  corner of Tom Charles's location, thence north 80 chains  east 80 chains, south 80 chains  and west 8G chains to point of  commencement and containing  640 acres more or less .  Walter Demer, Applicant.  James Fisher, Agent.  Dated June   11th,   1911.  Nelson Land Districts-District  of West Kootonay  Take notice that 1, Tom  Charles, of Patterson, B.C., occupation lumberman, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:���������  Commencing at a post plant-  a  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.  lis suffering. From Canyon. City today comes word that it  is a nightly occarance for the rancher dogs to chase deer for  hours at a time. Something should he done if this valuable  game is to he retained in the district.  The Provincial Government   has done a   good work in  putting the Ferry at the Kootenay   River in  good running  order.    For months past this crossing of this River has been  attended with considerable  manual  labor and  some timet  risk of life.    A reliable Ferryman in the person of Geo. Sea-  ed about four (4) miles in  / . , -, ! southwesterly    direction    from  more has now  been  placed in  charge and  travellers  can   t^e   southwest   corner   bf 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   11th,   1911..  Stella Warson, Applicant.  James Fisher, Agent.  Dated June  10th,  1911.  YOUR POCKET BOOK  is safe; tbe prices for pipes are  very reasonable here.    Some  of  tbe different kinds aie sure to'  please     yon.   ' People    wonder  that y,*e   are soiling so many"  pipes, bnt they wonld not wonder it they roalised bow cheaply  -we bay, Biid what perfect satis-"  ���������   faction everything gives    that  wo sell.  S. POOLE  B Prop.,  m uo,  cross this treacherous river without fear of meeting a watery  grave. While this Ferry system as at present operated is a  decided improvement on past conditions, yet the ranchers  across the Kootenay River are looking forward to having  the promised big steei bridge built, which will be a perma  nent link connecting the Kootenay River fruit lands with  the immediate Creston District as well as connecting up the  great Motor Highway, which when completed will do credit  to the Government and especially Hon. Thomas Taylor the  progressive Minister, of Public \Vorks.  ADDITIONAL   LOCALS  ���������Rev Sarkissian will leave on Monday next for Grenfell  Sask., where he will spend his three weeks vacation, Dui-  ing his absence, services will be held, Commencing with  the first Sunday in October, union services with the Methodist Church will be held on that Sunday Morning in the  Presbyterian, and evening in the Methodist Church, and  :the following Sunday, vice versa.  There wili he no meetings of the Boy Scouts, until the  return to town ot Scoutmaster S. H. Sarkissiau.  Services as usual, in the Presbyterian Church ou Sunday next.  Born���������At Creston on the 20th inst., to Mr and Mrs  Charles Moore, a daughter.  Charles Moore P. L. S.������ C.E,, who has returned this week  from a survey trip to Summit Creek, reports tha������ gaiiie and  ft*h are quite plentiful in that region. Deer and grouse  ara an easy mark, whilst Char weighing from I tb. io lbs  can be caught in the Creek.  Nelson Land Pjstrict^District  . ���������;������������������;. of 'West ^Koot^ayA i,yy  Take notice that I, Mamie  Long, of Spokane, Wash., occupation Mamed Woman, intend  to apply for permisision to purchase the following described  lands :������������������'Vv  Commencing at a post planted about three (3) miles in Ay a  Northerly direction from the  Northwest corner of Lot 4275  and adjacent to the Northeast  corner of Harry Brauer's location, thence South 80, chains,  thenco East 20 chains, thence  North 80 chains, thence West  20 chains, to point of commencement and containing 160 acres more or less.  Mamie Long* Applicant.  Dated June  10th,   1911.  'jonBj^tj samt}������������  Nelson  Land   District���������District  of West Kootenay  Take notice that I, Mary Bil  for, of Spokane, Wash., occupation Housekeeper,- iniend to ap-'  ply 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  South 80 chains, thence West  80 chains, thence North 80  chains, thence East 80 chains  to point of commencement and  containing 640 acres more or  less.  Mary Bilfor, Applicant.  James Fisher, Agent.  Dated June  10th,   1911.  Nelson  Land   District���������District  of West -Kootenay.  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 %o the Northeast corner of M. Flanigan's location,  thence South 80 chains, thence  East 40 ohains, thenco North  80 chains, thenco West 40  ohains to point of commencement and containing 320 acres  more or less. ������  Jas. Morrison, Applicant.  James Fisher, Agent.   '.'  Dated June  lOih,   1911.  <*>^A*VVV^rf*VV*JVVVVVA;^V^^  Nolson  ot  Land Dlitriot���������DUtrlot  Wont Kootonay.  . Tolco-notloo that I, Hurry Brauer, of  Rossland, B, O., ooonpatfon Diamond  Driller, intend to apply for pormlialon  m nnraunno tne following dsiorlbed  lands;���������-  "  ��������� ;: ���������  uinumonolng ot a pout planted about  throo (8) milos in a Northerly dlrootlon  from the Nort'-woat oorner of Lot 4375,  Billiards and Pool  Room  JrhJc%/i%  SSvS5^������5^  Cigars and Cigarettes  Hot or Cold Baths  At Any Hour  ;  Razors   Ground and Set  SA  F~"  4  .*    '^ r r   .....  o  s  " Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables3  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  All class of TURNOUTS Buppliod at sbbrfc notice.   The latest etyles of  GUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale aud hire.   Saddle aud peek borees a r  1' ! j* ��������� '  Spooiality. * . . ���������  Peed for sale.      Agent for lite McLaughlin Mnnf������. Co.      Horses for sale  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wiro nnd mail, and meet nil trains  ot any hour of tbo day or night.   Oommoreiil men and Inndseekera, will  receive prompt attention '  ,  H. S. McCnsath/Prop  Phone 56 Sirdar Avonuo '    ,      '       Box 14    ^  LJUUULlLg.JUUUUlA.0 Q.fl.JUUUUtflJP " % QJUUUUlJUUULflJtJUUUUU .ft P ttJUUL SU  Mrs J. Millery of Claresholm Alta., is the guest of Mrs  T. H. Hickey, this week.  Mr Pate DeMurs, has just completed his new house nenr  the mill at Canyon City, where he expects to reside for the  Winter.  Mitt Wardle, who has been visiting friends and relatives ill Crefiion and vicinity the past few weeks, expects to  leavt chortly for her home in Salt Lake City.  West of Mosquito Oreok, theme������ south  80 ohaliiH, thonoo Went 80 ohalno, thonoo  North 80 ohnins, thenoo Bast 80 chains  to point of commonoomont and contain-  lug (HO acres noroa moro or loan,  Harry Brauer, Applicant,  ���������       Jnmoa FlRhor^ Agont. j  Dnto, June 10th 1011.  Scobeir* Liquor, Tobacco  and Dm* Caro, .-aWSrV*  AleAhftLTebaeeosndDrags. It covnfsracii ths  Nelson   Land   District���������District  a A     of West Kddtenay   ;  Take notice that I, Miko  Flannigan, bf Ymir, B.C., occupation Lumberman, intends,, to  apply for pormission to purchase ihe following described  lands :������������������        . ."'���������",'/    ���������.v,.',.i.-:-'.'���������'.. a  Commencing at a poat plant-  about live (5) miles in a .Northerly direction from the N. W.  corner of Lot 4275 on East  side of Mosquito Creek beingthe  Northoasxt cornor thence South'  80 chains, West 80 ohains,  North 80 chains, abd East 80  chains to point of commencement and containing CIO acres  moro br Jgbb.  Mike Fl annigan Applicant  ,      Jamas Fishor, Agcait..  Dated Juno 10th,   1911'.  taitsnt  usd.to dftik'liitsiimisls^ss^ C������n  nrsta cov������r fo sn  *a11iir������._Ma5WI  smotsisll ciavlngs,  hor* fvlll nsvsif bs ������ny  ���������t  ', \o hear o  )��������� |i^v'���������������"s���������������l*Uf^!w*"i^������v������"yct^tS o������Vo  ll^"t|SISJSt'ivdsr wnwats eovir.jro.|ttiL*d  Aeropkne Races Every  '''���������'���������'::\\'X\'.C:\.--.:-x  "Pioneer D^s / fe  tJI25,O00 Will  Ho  Sp���������nt,vW^^W������������������''iB������iM-:'.!iS'������������������'',  bltlon ',���������;���������;' v*'-,v^y^���������'������������������"���������  REDUCED RAILWAY RA^^  Grentlv Incircnocd PH*MS!;/'!i;V,::j;  Many New Classes. Open to AH 'J  Write JPiw Premium XMt and Drtdw Proawiin  217   Huttpn  Blockf    v  SPOKANE/     ���������  Fourteen loaves of ������ood bread for a  dollar, nt tho City Bukory. AIno OMkos  of all ���������vsurloliss, try thom.  ���������0W  **������*.?*' *Jr  '������������������fHi  S, "  .'<'��������������� ���������  r������������*.  ��������� WKV.'.*  M<  -'SX,  }\X-fym\-X'  yx  ���������U.JiW.1  ��������� ,Stii'Mi|*''i1������''������wti-fU'H.,,r*<������r*^t^*,W' i*"������!t*'*i'  >������mwW<wi������'>������,gi tn^t> w  \'t:.\K-  ^mm+Hit**-**.*  ���������>������HWI^������<^.*������I>II1I������ ���������Iv,  -        'v   ,        *������   j ���������"<������������������* ',]       " '**,   .* "  *  "   "    CBESTON,^   B.  C,    REVIEW.  ������. I      ������ tr*  IA  ' * . . J ���������*!  'I J tJ- Iw*.!1 -  THE  ~-      ���������!!!"���������  / u,*  If You Like to Drive  i v  you oan indulge yourself by encaging a  team from this livery stable for as long  and as Bhort a time as you desire.  This Livery Stable     f  is also prepared to send a carriage to  meet trains, to take you shopping or calling, or to convey yon to any- June weddings yoa wish to attend. ,  Jt\ Birr* a -<n* a **���������  on  Cameron  Bros.  CRESTON LIVERY  A. MIRABELLI  THE   CRESTON   SHOEMAKER  ' Best Workmanship  Soots and Shoes made "to Order  A Speciality  A complete stook of '  Fresh Beef,Veal, Mutton,  Lamb and Pork,   -'     * *> ,  I.i      -m  -mm, <mm. <  <������������������< ���������^mtrntmrnm ,     ��������� - ���������.-���������    ,.--        ��������� .. ,  Sausage, any kind  ^ S 3   **  IJams and Bacon/Butter  ,and   Eggs,   Lard,   Beef  Dripping, Btoj  Fresh Fish every Friday.  _ ^P?o|?ed^Fish all the tim^  Our Smoked Salmon and  Halibut is choice.  P. BURNS & Go.  Umltc-d  CRESTON       -      B.C.  '������^  \t t*  i  Starkey 8, Co.  'y       k        Wholesale^   ���������  \ Provisions,   Produce,"   Fruit  , General Commission Merchants  NELSON       -        B. C.  I  I  i  Fust clasK 30b printing at tue Review  Office.  For Sale.���������320 acres of crown-granted  excellent fruit Land ou Kootenay Lake  '"Lot'913.   Apply,  C. P. HM,- HiUorest  Mines, Alberta  - * ' ^ ~ *���������    'J ~    16-th  Fruit Ranch for Sale���������Fifteen    aqres  in   good  state  of cultivation, planted  with 1800 trees consisting of apple,plum,  peach and cherry trees.  Good five room  house and stable one and a half wiles  Irom  Greston.     Apply   to,-Walter   V  i        y  Jackson Phone 91 Creston B. C.  <���������  Subscribe to the REVIEW,today.     '  Mfsro.���������Miss  Johnson is prepared to  , take a limited number of pupils for  tuition in music.   For terms apply to  J. K. Johnson, residence on Viotoria  ^Avenue  PUBLIC HIGHWAYS ,  Province of British Columbia  Notice is hereby given'that  all Public Highways "in unorganized Districts, and all Main  Trunk Roads in organized Districts are. sixty-six ��������� feet .wide,  and have a width ' of thirty-  three feet on each side of the  mean straight centre line of the  travelled road. v  Thomas Taylor,  Minister of Public Works  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B.C., July 7, 1911. ,  jyl3  "PUBLIO INQUIRIES ACT.*}"/  HIS HONOUR the Lieuteuant-Gfov-  v      **���������  ernor in Council his been pleased to  appoint the Honourable Albrri Edward  MePhUipe, K. O , PrePident of the &s-  eontive Council; the Honourable ^Priee  Ellison, Minister of Finanpe; Charles  Henry Lugrin, of tbe City of Victoria,  Esquire; and Willi un Harold, Malkin,  of the Oity of Vancouver, Esquire,"to be  Commissioners udder tbe "Public'Inquiries Act" for the purpose of enquiring into and reporting upon the operation  of the "Assessment  Act,  1903" with  j&speolloJts praotieal���������ba^wnffs ^.xm Mha.  i * t  financial requirement's of the Provinoe.  The   said   Commissioners will hold  t * *i ,_  their-, meetings on the dates and at Athe  j     t      i  places mentioned hereunder, namely:���������  Viotoria   at   tbe Executive  Council  r- ' -r   y  Chamber, Parliament Buildings,  Monday and Tuesday, 25tE>nd 26th  September at 10 a. m. At the Court  honse or the Government Office' at  the following places:��������� - ';  < Nahaimo, Wednesday and Thursday,  27 th and 28th September. A **  Vancouver, Friday and Saturday, 29th  and 30th September.  New    Westminister,    Monday,   2ud  October. v  Bevelstoke, Wednesday, 4th October.  Golden, Thursday, 5 th October.     ���������>-  Cranbrook, Saturdav, 7th October.-' ^  Fernie, Monday,' 9th October. ^  Kelson, Wednesday, 11th October./*  Rossland, Tbursdav, 12th October/- )  Grand Forks, Friday, 13th October: ~  '   Princeton, Saturday, 14th Oc ober. >  Merritt, Monday, 16th Ootober.  Kamloops, Tuesday, 17fch October,   y  Snmmerland,  Thursday,  19 October.  , Penticton, Friday^ 20th Octo or.  Kelowna, Saturday, 21st October.  Vernon, Monday, SSrd October.  It is requested that all persons ^ho  are interested in ihe, matter aforesaid,  and who desire to be heard, will nob'f&il  to be present; at   the  meetings  of tho  Commissioners.  PRICE ELLISON,  Chairman  Treasury Department,  13th September, 1911. se!4  '     WAfER NOTICE.  Take notice that on the 1st  day of August^ I91l,^at the  hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, an application'will be  to ehe Water Commissioner under Part V of the "Water Act,  1909," to obtain a license m  the Ymir division of West Kootenay district, by Gust Andeen of Kitchener, B. C, Ho.tel-  keeper, for one cubic foot of  water per second from Russell  Creek, a tributary of Goat  Biver, to be diverted 400 feet,  south of the C. P. B. right of  way, by means of a pipe line  for domestic use, on lots 9 and  10, blook 7, Kitchener town-  site. The Crown lands intended to be occupied are Water  Street in the said townsite oi  Kitchener, under which the pipe  line will be laid. The names and  addresses of any riparian  ^>ropriwboss���������^phose ���������lands ���������are-  likely are the Canadian Pacific  Railway Company, Vancouver,  B. O.  Dated this 22nd. da.y of June,  1911. ,  GUST ANDEEN,  By his - Solicitor,  G. H. Thompson.  MINERAL AOT  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE "  Ben hnrr, Summit, Last Chance, Old  Dominion, Climax and' Spud Fraction,  Mineral Claims, situate in the Nelson  Mining Division of W���������est Kootenay District.  Where located:���������On Easfc Bank of  Priest River, about three" miles North  of tbe International boundary line,  TAKE NOTICE that 1 Charles Moore  acting as agent for A. I. Marentette F.  M. C. No33118B, E. W. Stoner Free  Miner's Certificate No 33227 B, intend,  sixtyv days from the date hereof, to  apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claims  And further take notice that action  under Section 37, must be commenced  befcre the issue of such Certificate of  Improvements,  r   Dated this 6th day of July, 1911.  Chas. Moore, Agent.  ���������A'-;^,-b*1Mte^?  - .^^fe hum  "���������'���������'"���������  'WT i        i-r< ,������- sjLi  gjuacjaaffl rim i 'unnwagaa  r1R.33eatttt  CRANBROOK  - B. C.  The f.-  Funeral Director  1^  XWiW*  All changes of ads. must be handed in  at the Review Office not later than  Wednesday noonin each week.  ' iNOTIOE      ��������� <v * **  : Nelson Land" District. Diefcriofc������of  West Kootenay. * ^       >,'������}-?  ��������� Take notice) that I, Edith Montgomery  of Nelson, B, C, occupation, married  woma*5, intends to apply for permission  to purchose the following described  lauds:���������; f ,,  Commencing at a post planted jabout  30 chains,south of the North-west corner  of Lot 8946, thenco 50 chains North},  thence ������0 chains West or to the VNort h-  east corner of Lot 7684, thence Booth 50  chains thence West 20choins"6r to point  of commencement containing one liun-  dred acres, more or less.    ' v  r Edith Montgomery,  Applicant.  '   f 1 r,tV  X *��������� N#  s-������i,'f  ;���������*  1 '  v^l  July, 19 th 1911.  r tr  Edward Ferguson,  ������������������-ir       . Agent-  Drs. K. & K.r Estahlisfeea;26 Year*  ^^NO NAMES USED-mtfii  OUT WRITTEN CONSENT  ** i<  %  h*  "W  H������ was surprised at bow the  sores hoalod��������� "I~ took yaur Nlw  [ Method Xreatjicvt tor a eei loua blood  I disease with which I had -fceen infijetod  jfor twelve years. 3 liaU consulted a ecore  lot physicians taken all kinds o������ blood  f medicine, visited Hot Springs and other  mineral water resorts, but only got tem.  .   , rag*     .    emes tlio eymptoma would hieali out  lagain���������running cores, blotches, rhenm������  aticpains, looseness of tbe liair, swellings  3porary relief.  They would help me for a  timet but after discoatmuing the medi-  BEPORETRrATMENT  AFTER TRCATMCNT  friend advised me to consult you, as you had cured him of a similar disease 8 years neo������   u  Iliad no hopo, but took his acivice.  Jathrce weeks' time th'������ sores commenced to heat up   i  and I became encouraged.   I continued the "S*ev Method Treatment for four montl-a   ?i  and at the end. of that time every symptom had disappeared. I ivas cured 7 years ago  and no signs of auy disease since. Sly boy, tlireo years old, is sound and healthy. I certainly can recommend your treatment with nil my heart. You caa refer any person to  me privately, but you can use this testimonial as you wish. w. H. S.  R  ciW* ^���������JSlXEgySS'5 DEBILITY. VARICOSE VEINS, VITAL ^EAKNESs/SLOOD.   -s  SK|Nand SECRET DLicaoes, URINARY, BLADDER and KIDNEY^mpWntTofMei^ fl  A    |g{  S^fii5STwiPu?fyqurTVhat^^^^^^^ O0r M^ kmBOV  and Women.  RFAHFR   ^J?^a71������tim?J,Hftv0?r0"icstll0P0*   Are you Intending to marry?  nttfllHJbil ynur bl00d been disease.!?  nave you any weakness*   Our New $u  Treatment will cure you.   \Vbatib hns done for 6then.jWiI do for >oa.   Consultation  ������������Z:~2?2?atteF,whS ^Seated you v/rito for an honest opinion Freoof ChSce-  Charges reasonable. Books Frea-(Illustrated) on diseases of 3Ien. "   unwge.  HO !?A?������ES USED .WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT.  Question list and cost of Home Treatment FREE. '  ETcrythinc conSdeaiial*  Cor. Michigan Ave., and Grlswold Sis Dstroit Mich  ���������IS fllTi S^ W ���������t'113ett8rs woni Canada must be addressed  ww ��������� ������Wfc������ to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-'  ssmsjjim���������MMM��������� ��������� tnent in Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  see us personally caU at our Me&cal'Institute i"n Detroit as we aee and treat  no patients in our Windsor offices which are for, Correspondence and  Jvaboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all,letters ss follows*  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Out. '  /Write for our private address.   -<       ' J , ]  '������  ���������4  ^���������i  *P  X     <**  ��������� t \  Xy,-i  -r^\  A      ������i  fl  1  t y r \.  <?l\  r���������tHHmii.K^^&&^UJl3!3S������  mm  top off and take  a Look at Sunny  i sMJiinr  ririfttaiiirii  nWliWi  Frui  i  in jumiisn  Columbia s  i  y -  if You Want to see  the Choicest  i-     L  *f>^.V*i  tSJUfc.  estCli'r  ndtc  i'<:  ,*���������) >  'f,  -1    \r  '       '  '  Creston, 5J. C.  Haa nover hnd a orop failure.  ���������������������������������������������������������������*  Has no damaging frosts.  *���������������������������������������������������������������������  Minimum temperature 1011,  8 degrees  above zoro..'  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  Growl apples tbat are first prize win.  '   ners every year in competition with  the world. ��������� ,  I c '  I   '  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  I . *  Hns au ideal and mild olimato!  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������<>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  I   r  Hns tho moBt favored location, clous to  marlcotB, runplo transportation fsoll-  itles, two railroads and a. natlgnble  river, J  ������        i ������ '     i  Distriot comprises tho largest srsn' of  genniuo, proven fruit lands In the. -  prov moo. 00,000 nores in one bloo  Has tho quality aud quantity of land to.  compete favorably ngaiust tbe com  mcroiftl oroliards of tlio world.  A 1280 Aere Block  1 . ���������   -  'Best Soil, Level, e/lhuhdance of  Wktqr, Good cRpads, Suitable for ,  Colonizing or jSMbdividing  \n*  \ ������������������*������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������  20 acres one half mite from toTtw, simt-irnprb1)ed; duelling*    160 acres one  mile from toWn, finest soil and situation in the Glorious Kootenays  I    Alio other tracts improved ana unimproved high grade fruit'tanas at lowest prices, all genuine propositions  Creston, B. C.  *   K ���������  ts aituated in tho Kootenay Vnlley  between Kootenay Lako an4 tbo  United States Boundary - Line, 70  miles Southeast of Kelson, 70 mileB  Southwest of Oranbrook, and 100  miles Northeast of Spokane.  What Lord Jnstloo Grantham said: For a  safo investment I profor Creston to auy  other place in British Columbia.  What Hon. Thos. Tuylor said; Ores-  ton Distriot. is f.ho (,'nrden of British  Columbia.  What Andrew Oarnaulo said: * The  wlno man invests his monoy in good  real estate.  ��������� What Jacob   Astor did, mads ttfO,*  000,000 in ronl estate in 30 years,   ,  Gain hoalth and -wealth, find prove  ybur wisdom* by buying fruit lands in a  proven frnit climate, nud whero no  irrigation ia requlrod.  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Ws*l   '  Vl   ''.,*.      I     y--. <\.      \Vy %%  .i, i.   L. ,.ii^JB. ,.n      Ai    . V.   ^......^Ifv^l^f dl. ,,4\  '    t        *t  I    '���������"���������!)>]  1 I  v  lOf I ' /I  ....��������� ^.iLilji:  11  u,i;' .?   ������ : ������\,y y '<0 th k,v������v^   1 ... 5  .All ���������> l.,l,..>-;iU ..t.j- ... X.!)?M.."A   LWliflL!t*xu X J  THE   CRESTON,    B.  C,    REVIEW.  CllilsJrs%n   Ofton   Nf>S������J   a laxative���������but you cannot be too  vnuoren urten neea carefuI what ybu glvothern> Hars^  purgatives Injure the bowels and pave the way for  life-long troubles.   The new  evacuant tn mas���������Hm.     ���������.��������������������������������� smm ..  does the work most  effectively without irritating the bowels  or causing any discomfort.    The children Uke them for they taste  like candy.   One  of  the most popular  of  the NA-DRU-CO preparations.  2Sc ��������� box.   If your druggist has not yat stockod thom, sand 2Sc snd w������ will mall them. 30 j  National Drag and Chemical Company of Canada. Limited.        ������        ���������        Montreal.  Boys  Girls  F0RG0T_H.S_0R6AN.  3o Filkins tiaS a Little Talk With tb*  Customs Inspector.  Filkins had just returned from a sis  months' tour of the continent, and bis  trunk* and boxes wore numerous. Witb  considerable anxious care be bad pre-  *pareu~!iis 'dt^1^Tttt}OTS."-but -wbcU-"by-  saw   tbe eagle eyed  Inspector plunge  futo bis work a wave of fear spread  over bim.    Could he by auy possibility bave forgotten anything?    And if  so aud it was brought to light would  be bavo to suffer tbe pain aud humiliation of arrest?   Rapidly be ran over,  in bis mind the dutiable objects tbat  he remembered having beard tbat others   bad  brought  in���������clothing, objects  of art. books, bric-a-brac, jewels, musical instruments���������ab.  bis heart stood  still���������musical instruments���������pianos, violins, flutes, organs���������  With  beating  heart  he approached  the inspector  We are offering FREE this fuKy  guaranteed Watch, a beautiful French  Doll, twenty inches tall, a ladies"  leather Hand Bag, or a beautiful {ioHd-  plated Bracelet, for selling only $4.00  worth of our beautiful Picture Post  Cards at 8 ior 10c.  AX you have to do is to write for  cards, and we will send them to you,  and when you have sold them we will  sand you post paid any premium you j  want, or if you write us we will send j  you our illustrated  premium circular ,���������  thowing you xvnat we give FREE.       *  Our aim i3 to please every boy and  girl, because  "*o  want you to  advertise u& by telling your little playmates -,  what nice premiums we give, and tell -  them what you earned so easily.  ART   PREMIUM   COMPANY  79 ADELAIDE ST.. EAST.,  Depi. 111. Toronto, Ont.  Canada's  Reliable   Premium   House,  PUTTING AWAY CLOTHING.  How to Care For Winter Garments to  Avoid  Moths.  Every spot that is not clean is inviting to "the flying moth, where its,  eggs may be safely .deposited and  hatched in due time. So the first necessity is to have such spots thoroughly cleaned���������this even if the whole garment need not be washed. *   ,   ,  For heavy cloth coats and wraps*a  good beating, airing and sunning, with  careful attention to soiled ,spots, .will  usually be quite sufficient. Then, if  each is placed inside a bag made of  stout muslin and with a drawstring  in the top, there is little risk. (  Among furs sealskin is exempt from  the ravages of moths. Good brushing  and a care in cleaning cut the dust  and ridding the fur oi any lumpy  places, with a day of sunning and.airing, suffice. The furs are then ready  to be placed in bags and hung where  they will not be crushed.  Underwear that has any wool in it  must be taken care Of also. A clean  -trtmkrwith 1,at~jia'per~linhiS[~ttiie "^ofa  torn and sides and a i*������iece to lay over  after packing, ia perhaps the" best for  such things, as it is easy to look them  over two or ^ three times during the  summer, airin* and sunning. Indeed,  this precaution should be "taken with  all wools, furs and clothing. Select a  bright day. taka everything out and  hang on lines, beating and brushing  and looking over carefully.  Blankets should be washed, and for  that purpose it is better to take a  warm and cloudless day that thoy may  have all the sweetness ot the sun  stored in their folds. If put away  quite dry and clean moths will not  trouble blankets at all.  Dress  skirts    should    be    carefully  Is there any duty on organs?" be  cleaned, brushed until every particle  ��������� _ .,__ ^ dust is out and also hung in Ions,  slender bags. If this is not possible  try to fold only once and place tissue  paper in the folds. Coats" and wtaps  should not be folded. Two may be  ir.*losed in the same bas and hung  from the same hook, but hung they  should be.  Ostrich feathers, fur trimmings, caps  and eloves, small shawls and all the  troublesome little thinss must be  clean. Then orris and sandalwood  powdered in sac^^ts will kaen out  moths just a3 well as camphor and  moth balls.  asked in a trembling* voice  "There is," said the inspector, fixing  a cold, steely eye upon btm.  ���������'Then." said Filkins, "I desire to  I withdraw my declaration for a mo*  menu"  "Wbat for?" demanded the inspector.  "I wish to amend IV said Filkins.  "I've had my nose repaired and made  over on the other side, and l*d bate to  bave that orj**au seized because I'd  overlooked it."���������Harper's Weekly.  A STARTLING  BILL  Flva Thousand Rets Por Twa Meals In  a Brazilian Hotel.  Hotels ar** fe^ and IU condocted In  tbe   Brazilian  coast   towns,   although,  an occasional good one Is met  witb.  Americans wbo patronize,a Brazilian  hotel or restaurant for tbe first timo  are   generally   treated  to  a   surprise  I when    the   bill   is   presented.    Two  Self-Educated  "But don't you     think    you could  learn to love me?" he inquired of the,  beautiful heiress. j young sailors had dinner one day in  "Pa always said    I    was    hard   to \ Pernambuco. and. to their horror, tno  learn," she"replied tanta!i2ingly. f bill was 5,000 reis.  "But I am not    a   book,"    he pro- j     Tbey nearly tainted and woold have  tested. t        | Bed without attempting to settle; but,  "Oh, I can read you all right," she    ftiere being no chance of escape, tbey  answered.  Australia has prohibited the exportation, of the plumage, skins or eggs  of native birds.  Powdered pumice applied with wash  leather will remove fingermarks from  books.  In our large cities life values sink  as rent values rise.  Figures may not lie, but sometimes  a. shoe dealer uses them to deceive.    <  An Easy Pill to Take.���������Some persons  havo repugnance to pills because ot their  nauseating taste. Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills nro ho prepared as to make them  agreeoblo to tho most fastidious. The  most delicate can take them without feeling the revulsion thnt follows the taking  ot ordinary pills. This is one-reason for  the populnrlty of these celebrated pills,  but the main reason is their hinh tonical  quality aH a medicine for the stomach.  DiHcolorrd china baking dishes can  be made ns clean as new by rubbing  them with whiting.  clubbed together all the mouey tbey  bad. about $12. and bnmbly offered tt  to tbe proprietor. Instead of bavins*  them thrown into jail, be laugbed and  explained that tbeir bill in American  coin was $2 50.  He furthermore explained tbat tbe  basis of Brazilian currency is an Imaginary coin called a reis. 1.000 of  wbicb make a milreis. Everything  is counted in reis. and tbe flgures bave  a very imposing sound���������200 reis for a  ride on a street car, 100 reis for having your boots blacked, a million reis!  for a bouse, and so oo. It is a silly  system, but the Brazilians seem to  think it perfection.���������Exchange.  Etiquette   For   Husbands.  The model husband should learn  Esperanto. It contains no swear  words. '  The husband of a woman with a  mission should not drink more than  just enough to produce semi-oblivion.  The husband of a .lady"* doctor  should not boast of what "we" know.  He doesn't know anything; his wife  knows it all. . *        ",  The husband of a sufiragette orator  should, if possible, be born deaf and  dumb. If he- hasn't this virtue he  should "assume  it.  The husband of a schoolteacher  should never stay out late at night  without bringing home a written excuse in the  morning.  The husband of the landlady of a  select boarding house should efface  himself as much as possible. The  guests will be" more reconciled to their  own condition of they believe he is  worse off than they are. "He should  never "answer back" to his 'wife, as  such conduct has a tendency to tempt  the boarders to do likewise. Above  all else, he should avoid being fat,  for that might lead them ���������to,-suspect  that he was getting "bites" between  meals. His role should be that of the  clinging vine, pure and simple���������especially simple. . ,  Massachusetts    colonists  ���������drink ten in 1719.  began ,to  Rufllew became  fashionable  in 1520  .���������and went out of style in 1790.  Turks cross their hands upon their  ."breasts nnd bow to the persons saluted.  'Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  The greatest shipping port for Wheat  rin South America is a town in Argen-  ���������iina, Bnhio Blanco.   , ���������  ���������Some of the hotels in Japan furnish  A ft fresh toothbrush every morning free  to each of their guests.  The only European country which  has a lower,death rate than England  is Norway.  Administration of an oath in judicial proceedings whb introduced into  England by the Saxons in 600.   t  The oldest building in America is n  Presbyterian church at Southampton,  Ii. I. It was begun in 1707 and dedicated as a church in 1708.  8topped the Stealing.  Tbe Rev. Joseph Erskine of Edinburgh at one time In his life lost handkerchief after handkerchief. Be fonnd  on Investigation that lt wan on Sunday these losaes occurred, and accordingly Mrs. Erskine sewed bis. handkerchief in tbe tail pocket of his coat.  "Noo." said she���������"noo lat us see  what wull happen."  Mr. Erskine. wltb tbe sewed In hand-  kerenief. passed down tbo aisle of the  church that morning, aa usual, to ascend to the pulpit, but ao bo sailed by  tbe amen corner ho felt a gentle tug  bebind. a delicate nibble among tils  ciattalla. Thereupon ho turned on tho  disappointed old woman ln the corner  and aaid. with a triumphant smile:  "No* tho day, honest wuman; no' tno  dny."   ��������� ,y ...   ;"-" X'.:  ...   , .���������������������������" f  Window Leaves,  Six species ot plants tbrit posResn  window leaves have been discovered  In South Africa. Tbey aro all stem-  less succulents, and the egg nhupod  lenveo nre imbedded In tbo ground*  only tbe apices remaining visible.  Tbe visible part of tho leaves ls Hut  or convex on the surface and color*  loss, so thnt tho light '.'ap. penetrate  It and reach tho Interior Of the lent  below, which ls groen on tbo; inside.  With tho exception of tbo blunt apex  no part of tbe leaf In permeable to tbo  light, being surrounded by tlie soil id  wbicb It la burled.  Weak Heart  Many people suffer from week hearts. They may. expert*  enoe shortness of breath on exertion, pain over tho heart,  or dizzy feelings, oppressed breathing efter meals cr their  eyes become blurred, their heart is not sufficiently strong m  to-pump blood tu the extremities, nnd they have eold hands ���������  end feet, or poor appetite beesuse of weakened blood supply  to the stomach. A heart tonic snd alterative should be taken  which has no bad after-effect. Such U Dr. Pierce's Golden  Medioal Discovery, whioh contains no dangerous naraotios  nor alooltol.  Th* Ingredient*, es  $M, OlMMtrnet (Sat   ....  s/i), Qu*#n's met iSMHnm... . , .,,_.. ��������� ,.. ___...  Msndraka reet (PettopHyfium iWM'om), with trial* refined srlycarln.il  In a sclsntlUc* laboratory In m way that ne druggist tumid lailiats.  This tonie contains no slaoliol lo shrink up the red blood corpuscles; but, on  She other hand, it inorease* their number end they become round snd healthy.  It helps the human system In the constant manufacture of rioh, red blood. I;  helps the stomach to assimilate or take up the proper elements from the fqod,  ihereby helping digestion end curing dyspepsia, hearMuira and many Uttoom-  iortsbls symptoms, stops oxceMive tissue waste in convalescence from fsvorsj  for the run-down, anwmia, tMn.hlooded p#ople, ths " Discovery " ia refreshing  end vitalizing, Stick to this oak and sane remedy, snd refuge ail " fust us goodr  medlalaes nfered by the druggist who i* looking lor ������ larger nront. Nothing  but Dr. PlereVs Golden Med leal Dlsaoverv will do you hall ss muoh Mood.  ^���������^^  gC^^-r ,  /PlfffA I  V������lA  VW\  MOONEY  ISOUITS  r-  ARE     THINNE  That makes tbem neater, crisper, daintier, more appetizing;      "- ' ' >  The one biscuit good enough to, take the'place of your own" bating,"  Fresh as the'biscuits from your own''oven, t /'       t*  Think what tbat means! Freedom.from a broiling kitchen���������leisure ���������on the porch  or in the parlor.   Time to do the little knick-knacks that have been- neglected1.  MOONETS PERFECTION  SODA BISCUITS  Are the creamiest, crispest crackers made.      . *  They are baked in the big sanitary factory in Winnipeg���������r  right at your very door. >        '  .' ,*���������  Use MOONEY*S and  be, sure   of va "biscuit   that   ia  absolutely  fresh; a biscuit that will satisfy the family,  In tempting packages or sealed tins'  * ^  as you prefer.  s "LET MOONEY DO IT"  ri  He Was Too  Particular '  Lord Talbot De Malahide was  talking in New York about the thoroughness of ' the customs investigations.  "The smuggler," he said, "is bound  to be detected if he tries his little  game in your metropolis. The smuggler's precautions against detection at  this port are as vain and ludicrous as  the precautions of the dreaming Irishman.  f'An Irishman,^ you know, once  dreamed that he was visiting the late  Queen Victoria.  " 'Will'you have a drink?' the queen  said to him.-     - >  " 'T will,' said the Irishman, 'drop  of Irish, of course", hot by preference,  your majesty.' ' '  "So the queen put on* the kettle, but  when the water boiled tl t noise  awoke the dreamer.  ?c 'St., Patrifek," said he.    'Ill take  it cold next time.' "���������New York Sun.  Protect the child'from the ravages of  worms by using Mother Graves' Worm. Exterminator. It is a' standard remedy,  and years of use have' enhanced its reputation.  The Head on the Desk.  Two famous tragedies���������the suicide  of Crown Prince Rudolph and the assassination of his mother, Empress  Elizabeth���������are recorded in tho annals  of the Austrian house of Hapsburg.  Now a third tragedy, not so sensational perhaps, but none the less remarkable, occupies the aged emperor V thoughts.  Count Seefried, who married Princess Elizabeth of Bavaria, a granddaughter of Francis Joseph, and who  has a line castle near Salzburg, was  overawed one day .recently .to see a  girl's head roll off his desk "as he sat  down to work. The police were called in  immediotely. V AAA-  The snme day the headless bqdy vof  a young woman was found on the  railway which runs past the castle.  All   sorts  of horrible  rumors  filled  the neighborhood, but the theory ac������.  cepted is that the count's dog carried  the head to the place where it was  found. .. 'A,- Xx :xy:.  Anarchist .orators declare that the  reigning house is under a spell.  "Bird of the  Devil.'!  The Arabs of Algeria had no need  of a word for tho aeronlanp in their  vocabulary until tho Algerian aviator Service alijrhted one afternoon  last September near an Arab encampment when he ran out of gasoline.  Within a few minutes 300 men, women  and children were gathered around,  his apparatus at a respectful distance.  They inspected it at long range, and:  th<* one of them gave the name by  which H was to known among them:  It's a bird of the devil 1" When a "no  horfsi wajyon" had reached the aviator  and supplied his aeroplane with "essence, as the French say, tho "bird  of the devil" flow off to Porregaux.  The Rub.  "Those fairy tales are quito poetlo."  "Thoy aro so, Mabel,     Mow would  you like to bo found adeop by a handsome prince, as wna the sleeping beauty?"      ;...������������������'���������      ,  "It would bo very romantic it I  oould be sur? of not being asleep  with my mouth open."  A Discoursgad Fighter.  "He isn't so much of a ilghtor ns ho  u������'"l to lv������." ���������'',','  "No. You see, ho was always look,  ing for sonu* ono Mo could whip him  ���������at lenst that's whnt ho said."  "WollP"  "Well, he found him."  8ome Have Dons That.  "What's ths best way to *ucceedl>"  "Benin early and get yourself \u<x\  to ths Idea that you are ts big thing."  , The^Solocitous Employer  The porter of a famous ��������� Syracuse  hotel being' attacked' by illness while  on duty, his kind employer sent him  upstairs to bed and called a physician.  When ,the doctor came down, after  having'attended his patient, the proprietor accosted him.  "Well, doctor, how did you fini  hirn?'' he asked.  "He's coming down with the  grippe," was the doctor's reply.   ���������  "If he does, I'll send him back to  bed. I warned him not to lug ony  more ' baggage today!" ��������� Women's  Home Companion; Ay 'VA u       ��������� V        y  MINAKD'S LINIMENT CO;. Limited.  Gentlemen,���������-I have used MINARD'S  LINIMENT on my vessel and in my  family for years, nnd for the every  day ill8 and accidents of;life I consider it'has no equal,* ,y\  I would not start on a Voyagei with?  out it, if it cost a dollar a'hottld.  OAPT. F   R. DES.TARDJN.  S. "Stprke." St. Andre, Kamouraska.  Apple ford  Counter  Check  Book  Company,  Limited.  The best equipped factory for producing Counter Check Books  in Canada.  Factory  ���������nd Offices:  HAMILTON,  ONT.  Capacity  5Q9 000 CheckuZka  ���������    ^ per Day* .  , ��������� -       ���������       i       11*-   * *  We are supplying.the Larg-.  est users of Counter Check  Books in Canada witli our  4 IMPERIAL ^OOKS."  (Hot In the Trust.")  APPLEFORD COUNTER  CHECK  BOOK  COMPANY, LIMITED.  We want publishers to setae our agents In all Manitoba, Saskatchewan,  "Ajberta and British Columbia towns  Writs ue far conditions and arlcaa  C.P.R. WESTERN SHOPS  KEEN RIVALRY A^ONG WESTERN  CITIES���������BIDDING  BRISK  ,.,. Admlrol Hichborh once had a Chinese servimt mimed Chow, whoni ho  brought with him from the 'East. One  day Chow asked permission to go to a  .funeral.*       ' ."-A  "All dgh't," said tlio Admiral. Then  ho added; "I suppose, you will put a  lot; of food and sweetmeats on his  grave, as thoy.do In.'.OhinaP"  "Alice unmo China," Chow replied.  "Now, Chdw," continued tho Admiral, "when do you think the dead  Chinaman f/ill como up to cat tho  food you leave on his gravoP"  "Alice flame timo Melloan man  comca .up to smolloo flowers you louvo  on hlo grave," answered Chow, ur-  bnnply.���������-Pittsburg Lender,   ,  Pa's View of It V  The fashion papers say there ts to  ho mora fullness in skirts. This may  bo very, interesting to mdthar, hut  what'father wants to soo is pioro of a  fullnofls in his trousers pockqts,  For C. P. R. Shops���������No Decision Given Out Yet. Port Arthur and Fort  William Made a Joint Offer, but  Sir William Whyte says it is Impossible to Locate There���������Close race  between Calgary and Medicine Hat.  Winnipeg.���������The contest among west-  em cities, as to which will secure the  proposed new: shops of the Canadian  Pacific Railway still goes merrily oh.-  The C; P.AR. isVbeing;besieged'with  letters and telegrams from purties. interested and there is .much >rivalry  among various centres as to Awhich  will land the covetedishops: No sooner does one municipality come up with  a big offer than its nearest competitor  goes it one better ond so. the bidding  is quite brisk; Recently looal officials  were approached to: see if,'they could  give ony information that Would allay  tho suspense but they had nothing to  make publio other than that ttio waiter was under consideration, and' thut  a decision would' soon bo rendered."  Froth tlio V diBfcunoo , It looks as  though tho matter roBtcdhotwflbn Cal.  gary and Modjoino Hat. Tho cities  of PorttArthur and Fort Williarn mado  a joint bid for the shops, hut' Sir I pest*.  William; Whjrto,, tho.. Vice-President  %mtm IM  SL'T lAr  HWJBHE-wwp  W. N.  No. 889.  First Weight  The Marketer���������"Aren't you wasting  a good, deal of that steak'in trimming  it?" , ,     ,  The Butcher���������"No, ma'am j I weighed it first."���������Toledo Blade.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  \ England has; the honor of first making cruelty to,animals a distinct subject of publie attention by legislation  enacted in 1849.  Dr. J. D. KelloBtf'fl Dysentery Cordial is  compounded specially to combat dysentery, cholera morbus* and all inflammatory disorders that change of food or  water, mav sot up in the atomaoh. ond ln-  tostlnea. ..Those complaints are more common in summer than in winter, but they  aro, not'confined,to the warm months, as  undue laxnoau of the bowels .may s'elee a  man at any time. 8uoh a sufferer will  find speedy relief in this Cordial.  ADemocritus was the first who taught,  in 428 B. C, that the milky way consisted Vof :a  confused; multitude    ;ofA  8tars,V-VA*y'/AAVAA:..X'-'::���������":,,.���������.'Vy' ; xyxXXXx-  Dr. 0. Gordon Hewitt,* Doniinlbn  Entomologist, says in reference to the,  Infantile death rute from intestinal  diseases aYitl diarrhoea /spread hy tho  house fly, ho-believes v that yit-heV so-  called harmless-fly is yearly causing  the death of thou8ands(>f infants, as  woll as spreading thie gorms of typhoid  fever, Wilson's,Fly,Pads are,the only  thing.that-'will rid your houso of these  of tho.p. P, R.'statoa that It would he  hnpft^iblo to make advantageous use  of a location east of Alberta, as'by the  time'tho shops are built tho oompany  will, hoyat ready for thejn about 800  locomotives In Mb territory between  tho mountains nnd tho western Manitoba bouridaiy. Sir William.-, did not  turn tho < Lake Superior oitiOB down  without; a ray of hopo however- as ho  stated that- ho considered the odm-  fiony's terminal point at the hoad of  ho lakes, on ideal spot for oorbuiltl-  Irig shops and: Intimated that tliio company might soon bo opon to discuss  tho idea of locating onr works thoro.  With Port Arthur and Fort William  out of tlio running either Oalgary or  Madioino Hat will probably got .the  shops, Bassario had nopos that their,  bait of cheap water-power might prove  offootlvo, hut tho 0. P. R, will probably want to- locate in one of the  larger oontrea,  Many; rt oollege bov, through with  oommenoement, is still nuntlpg a Job  tuul wilting ho'd never oouiiuen������������ia.  --It's not so hard to* W-reasonably  (Hlok if you don't havo to be nursed by  any of your relatives.  To provtentv lawsuits thre6,peoce->  makors-w<sre^pnbhith'd for ooph,..Penh.  sylyania -ooilnty;..inAlflBTIi,X ,,-'.\ y-.^.y  . ��������� In 1815 500 ;> pbrsons woro burned at  Gcnavft, pwltzorland, as wltohcl    i  .You novor hoar a man boast that  his wife shines his shoos . ::V;'. ;; A  Tho collector of tho "wages of sin"  la/neyer turned away empty handed.  MSMSSSp  MsasxMMasssBassaawm  FTER doliur up tho  ,. /'VBhomMllse"SNA^V  to reiuoye tlws dirt; arid the  smells from your a jband������.  It makes them  clean & sweet,  wlthottt i liard  aetiihYiino;.  -  xyyy ���������  'XiffiW.'J.  yxyyy  ���������'������������������   V���������.,.-'���������:'������������������>'V-'/,-,':.'' *.\ A;V A ''V'' ���������',''''* *.*.'* f-'-.?*'**'������������������' ''.ft...':'''''': ��������� ���������.;'"��������� A' '.'���������/',AtXX:"������������������������������������!���������;'''.' ;;',*"A 'V'.<'i'A;V'',.i'* V','.���������-.'������������������'  ��������� :isjiJii.iij.3i_ri::..;iii. BHBBgBBwawpaswsisaslsre  vv V^VA^Yii'VyfeA*^  H1'"j* ���������'���������  ���������'���������V**H *-!*���������> ��������� w-*'v^r.i..i  I'fc&l  xyM^-}"^^yM^xxyy^^yx^y yy.$  vL ������������������.- **;������y,mx:yyymx.y&yxy&^y^y: y  '���������; yy.,'������������������������':.'���������:���������'  SV#A<  %  S*^������'i  .tr\^S  til  ���������i-'.-j-.-..vi.v!a.'-i'U4'v  i^y:  ^���������'���������Wfea  ������  ���������v  i' >'  ^A * ���������  ^v  />'  kWVl  ;$|Al  '^  SS!  yi:*"  ;3&:  !gs������J'*-*������-i}{^E'#!iv-r-0'' ���������' st  :������  WW-M  m  i%yr-i&yA  i-iii  1 S^iaF.  y-j*.   //**  '^s/z^jF*  5  ;r\>.       ^"  -S,  Kv  ^  ���������      Nil  ������i  .^  AiiV^  J ^  I'vSv  i'mV;  i-vy|V4������ysSl|j#jS  i?w������  yr^  &2K  SSsSfi  \\  "^r^  r'.WlRJ^S^y:','/;.--..1 ,;. ���������    ��������� ', --���������>',v'-v-:; '--p*'-'.'.i:^---'.-^.'-^'���������'Iv-'v?'  JT  ."Syrian   muleteers   toasted   bread  over tbe fire of coals."  ���������1? THE testimony., of the average  housewife is to be received as  law   and   go&pei,   toastmaktng^and  ,    j ���������**  w  <-?  'Il  I  r,  1 J������rix  ^    tea-brewing are two of the easiest  tasks that fall lo hbr lot.  *'Baey ias breathing,"  she' would'^aayi ^f*  Wiser thinkers���������who lead the times, npt  *' cbpteni jiist to keep up with them-^-arev  colling77 our attention to the humiliating  ���������tact  that  not one  person    in    twenty  knows how to breathe properly.  "'But that la another story."  ;We*hsvV been making toast'' Ions  enough to have maBteied the art, , lt  came Jlke a dash from the l&r-away past  ���������?when l saw tlie Syrian muleteers tear *  oft poitieiid of the leathery, unleavened  bread brought from home In the-lr knap- -  Mack.> and toast them over the,fir*rof  ooal.   kindled upon the desert sands in  he lee of their tent���������how .probable it is  lnat   this   is   what   was  meant   by   the,  "take baken on thu coals" EJlljah found  At his head  with a ciuse of water, at"  wakening from the sle^p of exhaustion unjier the Juniper tree.   Customs  do nut change ln that oldest of lands'/  as every  traveler  will  bear  me wit-  aess.  .-Toast and)toasters were old stories  n Shakespeare's times. We have frequent references to both in his plays.  The cooks of the day must have made  a~ better variety of toast than" the  aforesaid average American cook  tOrns out, for the custom of putting a  bit ln the bottom of the tankard be-  fo'c pouring in the liquor was established^        >, i ���������  "Go,'" fetch me a quart of sack! Put  a. toast - ii r\\ u orders -F<������lstaflt;-and a  tfew lilies further on repels the aun-  gestion that eggs ma-v bo adde-1 to the  jftrtatlon. He willvhave it "simple of  Itself." That is. with'the toa=:t itlone. '  From a number of the fashionable  Tatler, bearing date "June 4. 1709."  *e learn -\the , origin of the term  "toast," as applied to a reigning  fee-lie or, more widely, to & sentiment  Bttered     by     the     one     oft e ning     the  "toast" to be drunk. We use the  phrases   eo  naturally  now   that   we  ���������\.\  ������.  ������ip  've  JrA  M,  id  V  I  ^������ '.I  "How many of the scholars at class-day anniversaries knowvw!iyV:they;y-;-.;y.:vj v.^ yyy ���������yy'xisS^&mr^gMW'Msl  't -if' vii.>^ * . 'y>������*^������?rl/9a^s KXX������::y^yyyyX^^  ���������" erot th*n inmpaitiHnn '*ho*,^*nri������fA'd mnn* >> his :'re'ra4toy;'riBAeeBt6r,v^cw XVu'Vvy ���������'������������������ xA'-yjyyyxyyyAyyyyiyy^y^m^M  ������������������������ ������  11  his ^^p^jMcestor^Aconteiri^  with lEai^ah^stuckJbls:/ *'cak���������^VV^ilio^';a ^V;  poin'tydAyi&iS^^ayVK^  lire pfjpoal^w^heni^ejsid^  i  nimeS and.  uses.  '���������I ;-.���������>-  had;  JlntdA'A'aiA  f  **������&.  *'The voasting fork was an essential in our foremother's kitchen.'*  never bethink us of ���������> their v origin,  Two hundred years 'agov the Tatler  thought it necessary to explain to  readers that the "allusion was to the  usage of the times" of drinking with  a toast in the bottom of the' glass "  How many, even "of the t scholars  who offer them at class-day anniversaries,  know why  they are  "toasts"?  What reader ot English--poetry, does  N'i  f. "5  *-3  ii  J-  have been' ������lil*a. and delicately .crisp,  or it would' haVe converted sack and  wine into pap/- The A. A > C tafore-  mentibnec! "slashes off a slice of^breaa  - three-quarters of an Inch thick,  leaves, the fcrust on, and holds it; be*  fore' or over the flre'until lt smokes  angrily on one side; then turns it and  cremates   Ihei Surface, of    the'>other.  , The edges of the  crust are charred;  not recall, the swing snd^the^ring.of! r ^the interior of the slice is soggy and  The   Three   Troopers   as   I   put   that     unwholesome.-'  question?  In   each   of   the     cups   they     dropped    a  crust, j, i\ ���������.  %nd stared at the guests with a trewn;  Then drew their swords and roared for a  toast��������� t  "God send this Crotp-woll diwnT'.'     ,  "Crust" and "crumb" stand fon the  toast without which posset, 'ale a.nd  sick would not be "quite- to ''the  Briton's taste.       o, t        i.  The bit of toasted bread, in vthojbot-  tom   of   tankard   or   wineglass." must  iWill the reader bear with me for a  moment w,hilett,try; to explain In (unscientific lamguage- why X insist that  toast shall, be^thbt .and cooked  through without' scorching? The Inside of the loaf (the crumb) is largely  starch. Before stardh can T>e 'digested by the human stomach It must  be- converted^* into .dextrine1-,oy the.  action of certain acids If the crumby  part-of the float -were cbeweddong and  faithfully, saliva would do most of  this work. { without knowing why,; we  > I !,.������   /.')  ���������" get the^impresSltm'thatttoaseia more '-���������*  easily digested than plain bread. The  reason for this" is that^ hear Tfelps on  the chemical change requisite for assimilation. Hestr njust-j. penetrate ,to  twe heart of the slice submitted to it.  or the gentle warmth makes the inner portions clammy. Then, the eater  "bolts" bis toast, and commits a crude  poultice iO the action oi stomach and  intestines, instead of 'digestible dex-;  trine.  The notion  that  toast aid tea are  th��������������� best   food v for   invalids   is  'so  firmly fixed in the mind, of mothers,  nurses an'd physicians at'large that it'  would   be vain  to   combat  it.    It  ie  .founded   upon   the   fallacious   belief  thatvtea  is  made   with 'boiling  water,  drawn-off from the tannic acid latent  Jn tha leaves   and drunk before heat  aad tonic   properties bave left It:   that  toast  is  cut   thin\ffom   stale, ^sweet  bread,     tha    crust    pared    an ay,   "the  slice    exposed    evenly    to    clear    heat  and  cooked  through  without   charring;  tnen,   that   it. is   eaten ��������� at   once,"  with  the .merest suspicion of Jjutter-^if any  is put upon it.   Tne stomach tiiafcan-  sxif. assimilate   this Jelica/e  offering, ,r  washed   down   with   tea    brewed   as  above, is in,a had way., Al,\yays PV������P- ~  posing that the teeth  have acted well  their part In converting the toast into (  pulpy   dextrine   by" the' help   of   the  saliva.        ��������� -,t taxi's    ~ v   '       i>  When we, as a race or nation, learn  hbw to breathe and to phew as nature^  * lfuenoed us to perform these functions, d>spepsia will.tie a forgotten;  'word, jand centenarians (^multiply in  the land until their pictures Will cease  to figure in the columns, of the dally ~  .papers.  .Contrast the ideal bib of ttoast described just now with that piled upon  'a plate, each slice keeping its fellow ���������  warm (and clammy), the evil task  furthered by a thie* coaling of but-  ter.  ���������This" hasr soalcedxlnto -*the  vwcid*  /heart of tha slice toy the  time lt  is       . ���������  ,.....,   transferred to your, plate, jit is more, t  would  fall; into ;the^  -than  likely  that  the  slice   is  black-      wireWset&above^U.jjbli  edged, .in  harmony' with, the  r-ejrt of v.   theAAtoast;  the composition.    "Buttered toast"  ls      ness;r^!T  invariably preferred, at hotel and fam-      unbyrrit  ily tables.   The call for '"dry toact, if    ,the?riho'mehts  you   please,"  1s  assumed ���������> toi> be  the     until ,  choice of an Invalid.' . timeantoymakeiftBiire:i?htl ;^wasi*-go1niBr.,���������  My    Syrian   guide���������end   undoubtedly* ��������� well;;* My device Tyas yto;setf tjie -toast-y,,:  1^1  Then ViuawnedA  cbbktoff.A.by;Asasi^^d:AVtheA  '���������feTayotX-  plender--  aooyi^Vil^isinitv^iivya'V lin^A^itl^^htdies  anci JpbslioSki^^^  brain^r^tieA^^lVithoug^^  aniiq^ity^ bf AVtheyiniplei^n t ,;aSVVher ;,^  grandda'ughter-\'y^ea'yher;^^tAibusierA1A^  2^A^^.-^^!^^^^������?^^ X hfittinfevikW A^feflt*t^^������i^^epgp������|^|l  j v.-j,        ������������������_  ...,������������������....���������..... '.Vsiice8A:'a/t^hce^Md-i^^#lll  .,.,,, ., ..   ......   ...........  ,~?"?;^^������fA*V-:;V;V;flame;AtoastingVfourAslices^t^  proyerbf(AbyA':th^ytii^A^Shakespearer^V  wroiel'^pyAjJc^l'-rttoA^^ait^  ilon^^V^������^^Vbodyvofyprince^r^A  thunf?FaulcMbridge:'kdindnlsh^;^������8^  buiy:vit^������v:->s.;,^':^;,v;������.iV;^;iA.^  Or *i*"V^S$^^^  i.n������...... _������>.��������� ..-.-...���������:. ������������������,.,. ...:..,-.-,':���������. -eon^waSfj^okea-yoyfele^ctrljcWy^pauvthft7-^^^  rsweeplng;iausUh'g,>aW*::9erubhin^*th'ft:i^^^^  :V-an^jfcBt*^0-*'&tf^^^  accow������plishe������n by-ythe;;.'���������'samexihystertouSj-v'vS'^^l  po tenta geney.  lron,V;;etc. t^.......... v... ��������� -,-,���������,.  .....���������,....,. ^ ..���������...-.  In;^-T6^^^*ii;^t^C^o^^  a lil������^^prob^.us^^  a bull^s'^^r^l^Pistpi^yaidl^^s^  lngyvforl^^aro'-coupled;vy'yyv������y^yy:r'VA:'  The^cerivfe'StionalVvftda^tlh'giSfosk^^ofav  ear lyivdaysV.had^threer prongs v:aridv?aV  lCn^Kahdla?; wKicht i'allb:w^d^th5e!'-' ���������'WitHc^,  to   conduct:y*i-.-^r'.i������������i.h'>-������'k-^������--������o������������s,jm������j-'���������  tanfce^fromS  place, a,ndfa,  by tthe!-ycttfeed  'iiig*<^; breakfast  A^llg-ht-jwIre^isaCW^IrPMI  ^-^"-"-r^abov^the?M^I  to^insrS'iitao^--^ "  - *'.t<^8t"i*a<acp;;s^vi  mmy-&Sti  ......   ....       ���������. . , , ,hTOdlvSKtlii*'i;fe-f?R  remoyed;tl������atith^ br^a*,might������beheldA-vV^personv'siitlng-T nearestiithe>;fo6tV;of:Sthef*s?&Jf^  thtciughvthe.hfolfe^t Yia!&bovered^ydbwhy*;   (tabte. ; Jt is flankedywh^:\roytnkeAburip%������-^  to a.vbediV;bf%cleaR'.coals^ari>^,wk'w*ardA v,.,;;^  bu itoe'ss^tnax^bWu'Bbt^^  gntedVTirilreA-fjpamieSlaidiiaiCross Uhevun-ov-i >-^rid ;thlckhe  coverea^libJS^fe^K^  ra^se.y  wetitVst!  and jjUpre*.  and-*fbr;'  smbkedi  rioyarice  mally^  p; TH E   HOtffg ^MOTHERS  I AriWni        i ** "in. " ' " * .   . i - -   ���������  IT  IMPORTANT NOTICE  '   TT?JBCA.tlSEI   of    the   enormoua  . _rC    number of  letters sent  to  ��������� "m^~    the Exchange, I must ask  i contributors, to  limit  their com-  . muiiicalions to 100 words, except'  in cases of formulas or retsipcs  whioh require greater space.    I  wat}t u'l  my   correspondents  to  huve xf showing in  the  Corner,,  . and.if mv request in this respect,  , is ndtnpliea.with' it mill he possi-  I blej,to\iprint manir mojre letters.  Attention'-.is cattect ta the foot  that Marion ttarlqnA rfahttor re-  "oeive money'tar patterns, as she  .yhanno connection with any do-  . partment, that sells th<fpi.  thought the unnie. If either of them had  to do housework as a trade, ihey would  change their nilntlp. I co\|ld*wrlte n kooH-  eised article on that nubject. 1 tried, It  two or three time*.' I thihk ihfie'lw'  enough said! That work is out or thei  question! ,  Then,   again,   a   woman   elKhlnp   herself  "Mother"   soys   sh*   <ioe9   not .pity  girls,  ���������who  ore  not   obliged   to  earn  money,   hut  prefer   tq   do   it.     Itiir>*y    be   that     the'  rarenta of  those k'Hh onn  feed] and  lodge i  them,   but   cannot   huv   them   clothes...    I  would, soy, to   this   Indy    th������it 't   almost  vn\v herdnuKhter.)   for myroir,   I  fniny  loathe  eolncr out into  the world  to strKe'  os I have to do. but whnt Is one -to *do? >  'Now, ahe goes on to say, shf-ls fn^a  bVread W>d' water are sure," the term  Covering food of excellent quality, and  all tbey want of it; comfortable lodgings, now and then the ''treaty of.an  evening a,t tlie* theater (tickets Supplied)  Or a jaunt 4nto the country on the  same,' terms; books and papers at will  If they care for reading; ^churc-h-golhe  question the propriety of "nothing������per-  tf Jtiing to the.n as you have wiltten  them. , \   i-  But  in  the   interest  mothers at  large,  may  nervation   with   regard  corn?  After  you   have  salted Jt io make sure  regularly,   and   evenings   oub   in turn     then> soaked much,of the sweetness ofS.'   any*kih.dr.rherrl������������,i;weach^^   ...    ������������������������������������Mi,,.|   fnr.    BnmrfiMfl.   a* t,*u^ ������������iii -���������������.^v.i , _������ t* *���������,.. -1.1     mixture* of* chopped A cryitalllBed  ttulta-"    ^  carefully, proyldod. for,. sometimes   at ,t ;the milky vegetable out of lt to get rid  rhe cost ot the employer's convenience. '  of the saltiness, iis It one-half 'as' s  get  down    these    unvarnished  ^.truths  Ogainst  the  unrest   of*the   womhn  to  A Home for Some One  HAVING read of the grievance)! of "The  Business Girl" and "Juutlclu," I wish  v.e state-that I hnve ben limiting for  ov*r ���������* year for a woman to Jo lln-ht housework ^(v^exehanaa.jfor .boqrd ahd lodRlnvs.*  and ill" the privileges ot a private home,  ���������na ai   In vain.   <  >'. i :,        . k  J  It Is plain Unit the business alrl doesn't  ���������mmiht ,ti, do houHHWOikk t don't oxpeot Van  stwriiript" of sorvlce, I have three children  ���������116 a*hoU������������i to take ram of. and It woula  he ��������� a blesslnir to hnve jomobody to hslp'  ������fenr up after the e\enliiR meal,  ily husband's buslne������������ keeps liim out lata  on .soma ovonlngs and  I, diead   to be left.  Wotrtwn't'you" Ihlntt that \t' should ''not  have nouhlu in Roitlnr a helper and a  eoinpnn.on, when you read what the^Rirls  write- about1 the hsid time thoy have to  tn������U������ both ends nipet?     . ���������  1 eiit not usIiik th* IDxohan-te as an ad-  vertTsjnir tnudluni,  but  If any on������ should *  aaUf for   my   address   throuffli   Interest   In  tb?'subjectijpwsss lot'lior''haVe itt .".*���������* ��������� *  iMrs, W, 8, W. iChlcago, 111,).  ���������^���������hose 'tale we have just listened, and  say which of the two has chbsen more  wlnelv her lotiln a worklng-<^ay world.  In the well-mai-oged household duties  'aro as distinctly defined and' performed  nt appointed seasons as methodically, as  in factory 6r?Btore, t *y u^.i ' ^  *Even the bugbear of -Vomriany."  against which a< certain^ class of so-  called  phllnnthroplsts   ralne   'the   cry  ���������'���������ocboi --���������--        ....--  factory. ��������� '      . 'jt  'i  i      > -* "i *-  I work only'flfty-flvo hours'^a * week (for'  ve.have   Suturday  nitemoon' ofT),   nnd   I  make $������ or $10 a week.    After 1 get more,  practice,   I can make'more.1-Some of the  ftlruj   make   ������is, tier, week. ,< The   work   1st  light.    It Is a mocking1 factory.   We mate  work. In .the., cyenlnes.. and ������lt d������wri,,m<i������it, :. iheyjif*?*<'*ni0 , *0 y>������.\i������" educed ; to .a  of the time ut our-work.   I kn^iwtimt ah       bagatelle when examined near-at hand  factories  nre .not;as  pleasant':to work'in,! .'^���������J ������������������-��������� -    '������������������.���������--..-...���������. -,'.���������. ,.- ������������������.   ���������.  ns < this. -Of., course,' ithe|*fl nre .iiome where.,'  ono cannot earn inucli.   'I: would' not. w<irk:  in one of'.those,, .:.<.--..-. -....��������� ,��������� -,\..\ >.,;' i:yy -'V ���������y.-'ly,' ',  nof'slund ,llf*ilrt  the, country.-  I trleiVFto-'  ������������������rouph\lt.V UiutJimXi,str������jnath\broUeHd<jWhi1 *  I   tried. woMcintr, in-aVhotelvdhrihit,jthe,.;  summor, but' after thrie years  of struiiicle'  I. nave it up and worked- at- anytjhlnK. %"���������;���������:������������������  could��������� .'nat^.tO':d.o..������ Just ,l������t ipresfint I wamv  r trying .hard t6 tfet- back' some of' Vny lost  strenuth, to  nuht,, the .battle; otiillfe. ������ ya i  Please   excuse . this., painful, aerawjj Ty  am so tired and nervous'tonight! >ln''ract,v.'  A I i,am;.nervous nil,,the ,tlm������|,;-, i^jhlnkrtho ,  ��������� majaruy ofvworklnir ������lrls7fe*l the-.same���������;���������<���������������������������  . w������y(. tliatul'! Ao, ���������::���������:.��������� -���������::,, ���������y/y.y; ^,;.;-,U'.'.v.',JW,',.i.^l^'y/,,  ' ��������������������������� ;���������;*'���������'.il .-;(MAnaABjwr,''Mr-N^A^.h^aKp).'/;^/  - Apparently the neryoua,; wreck* baa'  mover' found the right obeket.; It l������������)*tfl  'mImaUU1'  4Um J..'    a>  '^11      4>U,k : ,.AAM*lArtM.    +J*  as the best brand of canned corn,  put' Upon the. market under the  ytho pure fooa laws? Aa l hnve cxl  elsewhere, the'methbd adopted by  ' tlflc canners to preiJerve this mo������.  , eate of esculents (or #reen ceieala)  4 beat raised te a degree not attainable  ��������� .by the kitchen range, and holding ,the( i  > 'corn at that" for a longer Mme thnn you  or I, would ke*p Iti By these menrwthfti  ^flavor and sueetueps are tetnlned,  And don't think me ungiuctoua.ibut If.,  there be  a  better way ? of doing any-  ,  thing thnn IVknow bf I ihMi?t get,hold,.,  of ltt"iv.havia?diw<iys'maintained-tbnt"toVA  dn\ln';Ofr;uboutihrt:rrth0;Mouldswhich;haBir,^Wse.,uv/-.������\i   i.  accumulated   In    the-outer   pall j'1 not       V A;������������������������yM:������������������:.:��������������� ���������:.-,.  maretv.fOr.tJiiB wait is needed to carry*.^-  the. procesH; .   i������ack, .fresh , supplies  rockuisalttjuud"pounded "Ice1 laboiitu t!  fr^esser;  put ���������aywclBht.otv.top' to Jtc^w     ,.,���������.,���������-.'.-...-   - ���������-r -������������������*<- ���������. ������������������������������������-, ���������-���������  ���������thb-!ftree*err:'-frofut-"flootlAi������-������^eov*r--.:*������o*'''A  cloHOly,that thoAalr^ mnjiiilUet Jtt the   ; *;'5������lf 9 .^1.^B*:'.���������������,,''ui1^,%1^w;aK^A ^#' m?  ������������������ vheavoall for/two houra~'-v '}" ���������iij'.y ,i^ >ri* w;a"'V^-fr*'^  higher life" (heavon uave tho mark!) for  ' the working woman.... ' '���������''.'%.  #;  . ^: 4, v ,.'y ^:a v.!l^^^a-^r*^ Afl * ,^.. 1  y The accompanylnK recipes are an answer  Jn >part���������to cotWapundonta, who have asked  not pick up a -crumb br.j.0 momel of y'cructited ,(oi..     ..,��������� ���������      ^   useful information, yc.ir fmnHiroply to , ^Jimde'.tortba:Vpur^Oaev,v.^na,t:he.freeKe^  orumbr-Tpi  -.';,.V;.Osia:  *-*-  ny.ajnlns  band.*  D ' ,   m������������������ijr.ii.ii,iin������.wini"ii|is  .fWHUi   ' ���������-")/"("Ift"/-'.  ���������crucked ,<o"r-"; Hhav������a'VwlthVon".In^riiment j ���������. *ftffti0,hjc.l{fn ea������j^ ly and^i*J^,������:^'t������JJS'iv,|i*1^'';f;  jitmde for;tha^uri������o������e)V.'aiiu,the^f'eeis������tvA ^  ,,l#\m^'a������d>.bMlt1ba?!a^d'-���������;oll5rlllnv', anS��������� : ffiaS:^*ll.;^^.'^ft������Mft^^^IS*iWM,  ������le that  By  U'o 'siijmo   mall    which    ..       your letter, I ,had one of a doxen pugod  .rroin^a working girl.1 It goes eo far toward answering ypur sugitostod quarles,  tliatl should print It heie  but for tho1  math, . , ..  TM writer la * still young ' and (1 Unmarried, but, ahe hns swung pretty wqll  urouirtd th* circle of employment*' for  '-  n. flay when those outnum-  ���������norgy;  bwu*ht,"h-M,Hi.������yw*  . right.������ocKei.;v^tvi������p;|iB ;���������, i.fon, thsiivvUirauBhvtlio^.Bxaho.n(i*.w;'yM^''vi*:/,''''*:,;  .fall  tho vocation* to .    H -r irst.lio.tnueh.ef-'tnterest  and  beneftt  hotjsowork fbtdi������ least favor. _!������,  i. Af hai d!aml������B������ tb6'topic V^lth.  floww���������ibroush ihat tnwllum that. Iyam dollKhtod  ���������'; ',*������������������ tojrstura the favor. ,      , , ..'.-yy ���������; ���������  diWdiun    ftnd  finally,   "That Is  out of      lv������aV  > tlyy, duestiqn.r.'v,. r, -. 'xyr. s. .-* >t yyi^^y i^t������\,  Porjiig the readlniof of ',tb������^plalntviV:f';r,;\,HHB' "i  ^rooolle<iTedMrtnessntee I ,had forgotteh toV ���������''.< My.wi  give to tlte coolCiVhud by the paper and'.     --^    --  the intervening robm ������Wd'������  MSOSMSSHOSSI  i      ,j ,       ' ���������*.,���������.* v ���������yyyXyyy :yy  '/���������'.    I Ui ; iX^'yXy^yX:^  milmmimm^  -.-.yy i y  AXyy^ryiyy  ' it: .V, .'   . '  :;*yy*;  ..^yi,yyx,  ���������        H,    l',V,       U-l'     ������������������:,������������������  miiuiuiimiM^iiMuMik.  xy.y ������������������;;',' i'Xx,XX !<���������{.> w:  MHmmiiUmiilmu^mmmsm  y ���������n:  i: -yX :���������  ..j,..^���������.i.i.;;L;.t,i.Jii...  ...  ���������Vl'*V,..';-',',.Wv|  ,.   ��������� - -v., . ,.   .-������������������- l.Ai.Vv'^.'.'.AlSi-lli1.!  ;i'y.\ ���������..������������������,<:.:', :.,. i,',.',i'.v:.,;',*.Uki���������..)ji|  '^^imm^SM JTHEn CRESTON,/jB.  a,   BB\*������w.  ���������'���������aaj-f-"--  r������T������ ^"*'w*****QT'rVM' A T  ������Vi*  JUu>)a  .���������.^^^.j. ���������  JAS. H.SCHGFlJSLD  gfce, X&e es& A&ide&fc laguaasse  3HBAI4 ESTATE, Bte.  TRAIL   .   -  B.C.  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B.C.  liAKB SUSVBYOK AK������   ABCBIjTS03  -������������������-������������������^r'-Ty*"' ~*"\;*'���������-���������+--���������������������������+��������� - ���������*��������� -,   ���������-. ' -*~-=-*--^fc^������������������>-,'. -��������� ���������  ,-    il^|*-*\m ^ui^jhi^  Tfrt������      *  w^w,.     .4       ^   w������W������ff  j   **"/ *.     2K  1 *i������ Kcvajcsw   nua  me ccst   ouui* Dcai   iriisiu maw   A 1IC  .0  'v.. *���������'- r'������ -*���������   i-~"������*r  ���������������*���������*/    -Jil        ,*+** , - <*>''       .m������������>si.  In f&is Corner of the World to execute Orders for    r  Plena and gpeo-ificfttions  CRESTON -       -       - B.C  J. D. ANDERSON  OOMAOU*   XiAHO    SWHVXYOB  TRAIL  - B.C-  Nelson Fair  Attractions Will  . Be tost Yet  -^r-  W.E. SCOTT. SJfcptJTY MINIS;  TER Or AGRICULTURE WILL  OKELL, YOUNG & CO.  MAKE OPEN'^G ADDRESS  ,    BIG USt Or SHOWS  Seel Sstato and Insurance.  HOUSfiS TO BENT  CRESTON     -        -     B.C.  s������-,*-s ���������-a.s -~>4 *rt 4V.A Um.il    Kt     VT  s as S? ths sew poultry buttding;������i!l  be taxed tb ita utmost oapaoity, whioh  is sonde 2,000 birds. ,   a       .  ~ Froin, all parts ot tho district Word  comes to tho effect that itinera tied luuvi  bermen nre busily training tor the &U������  ing, log chopping and sawihg* events^  whioh promise to ba mora keenly oon-1 - ��������� "Dear Mr. Sarkisalan���������We the mem  .... M...1. .������.������.������*,���������_'- *        _ ,. * ''I    *. -- ���������   I  ktsaian whioh was accompanied by a  handsome present in tho form of a re������  turn Bailway tioket to Grenfell, Sa&t  katchewan for whioh place Mr������; Barkis,  ���������ian leaves on Monday next on biit vasa\  Hon trip.   The address is aa follows:--.  GUY  LOWENBERG  CovmvtxsQ Exoncsna  ���������       *      B.C*  [     CRESTON  ������������������������������������^1   sssasi  DENTISTRY  7" H. E. HALL D. D. S.  Ofilce  over Stank Parka Hardware  &������re���������Baker Street.  g     CRANBROOK,  B. C.  CRESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  Iruit lands. Town Property and Insur-  B.C  W. B. Soott, deputy minister of agri*  culture, will perform the opening ceremony at tho big fruit fair, whioh opens  ai Nelson on September 26 and continues the following two days.  With a determination to make thia  year's fair a move decided success than  ever tho directors have seoured several  more high olass free attractions in addition to those already booked and the  program that will be given during tbo  three days of the fair will include twice  the number of acts given in previous  years and will esoel in quality of amuse,  manta any fair hitherto given in British  Columbia. In all eight differentfreo acts  have been engaged, one of which cost as  high aa $1000. In addition to these free  acta the groat Parker shows have been  engaged to provide the Midway, These  shows alone require a speoial train of 15  cars to transport thes and roll include  a mammoth Ferris wheel, the Human  Roulette Wheel, Ptearl and Jennie,  thef  tested than ever. Both the O. & R* and  *be^Gh-N; B. are offering,alnglOyfare  rates from all points in British Colum.  bia from Vancouver, to Calgary, ������t&  branoho3asdthe attondauoe >this >ear  j-    ** a'  in view af the exoeUent attraction^ pro*  vided, will in all probaWhty exceed any  previous year.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������O<M������OOO000*O  ft     LOCAL ANI> PERSONAL,     ���������  TbeRi^rme^tirsXsT^I^  Js the NEAREST NURSERY1 to. the .ORESTON DISTRICT  i*vli>"i>V'  1g  -J  v  (v*o^/   t  Stook* arrives  v.  ves in FRESH, HEALTHY*CONDITION^  fi- >-^   t^  >?or Prices, ecoM.vritetor- WA  , ,:i       , ^y  WAUTBH. V, JACKSON,.Agent Creston, B. C.  _2~  I.  %������������������<,*     --<������    I  ������������������'���������������������������^���������������������������^���������^^���������������������������������������������tAf:^*f  4mT      -        -1     " A    ,    <M ���������"1- f   - *  *    '*    -<���������r-.       m   H    " I    , '- *��������� ^>  0'*..-|"lr..-'lv;.-'-" :-vviAlF-*^|:-Vi-������������������"-'-1  ���������%������_���������*.   *-. J*       T������H.������.wt   I  CRESTON  ,    Communications  Tha editor dooa not accept ony ies  puaaiUUty for the opinion* of hia cones-  pendents.        -  BaarKr. Editor:���������  ���������tht Monday evening last a public  feneetintT was oalled to consider certain  things about Boy Scouts. The old  aohool house where we used to have ouil  meetings last winter is being used for  aohool purposes, and we have to find  stboiaer place for this winter. Speaking  frankly, I was rather disappointed not  to find any of tha parents present at  thaii igaaeting, strange part is that of  tha six people present not one had ohii  dten belonging to the Scouts. It looked  ta sua as though the parents do not ap*  predate tha work undertaken forthoii  boys. They might at least show tb-  sxmrtety of coming and saying so. Ii  haa baan tha common fault of our age io  neglect tha boys, let them go to the bad  and then look for tha remedy. Whethei  biggest giri ana uxo sxu&uom- ?bu^������  jut wha nevertheless weighs 610 pounds  whQoMis8 Jennie is a young lady of  25, who weighs 34 pound* and ia only 86  inches tall. Another show ia the Model  Oity, a marvelous mechanical invention  which, required five yeara to build; Joe  and Sallie, a pair of chimpansees who  when seen, oan enable one to understand  Darwin's theory of tha missing link;tbe  Crazy House and tiie Squeezer, two ex-  cruosatEngly funny amusement device--,  and Edwards' animal ahow. embracing  most of the lesser known animals. The  Parker shows are noted throughout  America as being one of the best cani-  val companies traveling. ^  The afternoon andovening program of  free attractions wiil take up at lease  ������hree hours, the star attraction being  t-       ���������������-  Burnstad's wild weBt ahow, an aggrega-  ion of 18 horses and 10 men in a thrilling  exhibition of Roman chariot races, Roman standing races and dating cowboy  stunts such as bronoho busting, Bteep,  riding, lassoing and lariat throwing. Id  this aot no doubt the star actor will be  "Blaok Stady," who hae the reputation  of having been ridden only twice ln five  years. The imperial troupe of RnsBiuo  dancers consists of four ladies and two  men, who give a whirlwind exhibition of  John Morgan has left Nelson tor  Peaohiand Okanagan Discriot where he  will accept a position in the aaw mill  plant now boing operated by J. H. Hyde  formerly of the CreBton Lumber and  ManefaoturiQg Company.  Mrs. Rose Riel who haa been at the  coast tha past few months has been paying Oreston a visit the past week.  On Tuesday morning last R. Lamont  put a fine large deer out of suffering  near the town limits by killing it with a  club.  It appears that a number of ranch dogs  bad been running the deer all Monday  I night and ran the poor beast down near  the homo of T. M. Edmondson where it  got entangled, in a *vire f ence. 3fcedeer  was badly tors by the dogs and 4-p end  its fullering Mr. Lamont killed it he  happening to come along -just as the  deer fell exhausted uhder the fence.  bora of your congregation audi of your  WWeolass havo oonMLto-8|wndjin^jg^_  plaasat evening ih tha Maosa before you  leave for yonr wall earned holiday! 5  'f Ab a alight indlca^on of our, good  wishes on your behaif and aa i means of  aiding your holiday ygi crave the plea*,  euro of offering you this Railway tioket  whioh you will observe will not only  bear you away to your friends but" also  return yon tons. Wa ^ruat in renewed  health and spirits for your worthy work  among ub.  Signed on behalf of the congregation  and olass by, Dr, Henderson and H.  Taylor. ' y *   ^  ,  Services Next Sunday.  I  Wursferies'T^Mb^ B, C  1  f-*  Presbyterian CbiircSt  Services will be held io ,tho Presbyterian Ohuroh on Sunday ttext. Morn*  ingservioe.ll ������m^ Et^^big service,  7:30 p.m. Sunday aobool, at 10 a.m.  You are cordially invited to join our  Bible Olass. sc   v        '' '������  X ^ I /r  S. H. Saj^kissiah, Pastor.  iftetiio^lsi ChiircEa  Services on  Sunday   next:   j-  Morning Servioe      A ,11.00 a.m.  Snnoay School _' V   2 50 p m  Evening Service, 7.80 p.m  Rev. M. F. Eby, Pastor/  Ha^e^,*ver^Me^asso?mteht of^w  I Fruit tteks  Oriental arid Shade fTrkes ;   ;  , *        <      -   ^   *���������,    "    *      '.v.y^  ancP������fihib$  t  * Vs D.i Curry, Qen. Agt, Vernon.;^  v   1 Budded Stock a speciality  All trees offered for 'sale,   are grown in : our: X  own Nurseries, on The   Coldstream   Estate  Hazelwood Cafe  *Pir\ a f>  -  4 ���������������>-r?i^T������ T^r?  AVIilNUli  s ���������  )  V  \\*>  tha^aronta and tha oitixens appreoiat*,  tha work or not, as the boys are inter |eb0  much-talked of Russian dancing.  eated in the movement X assure the boys | Professor James E. Hardy, tho high wire  ning, otherwise known aa The American  Blondin," will be soon inn thrilling and  faoinating high wire performance en*  tlrely different and superior to tha work  of tha ordinary wire walker. The Upside  Down Zenaldas is a high class balancing  aot givon by a lady and gontloman, un-  surpassed in itsorigininality. DorothyDe  Vbnda, the lady Aerial-tat, will make  daily ascensions into the clouds, aooom-  pauiedby ber favorite dog, both making  a sensational descent in different parachutes. Miss Mario McDonald, tbo  tJootoh gold medalist, will delight tho  hearts of the peoplo from thu land of  heather with her clover delineation of  Sootiah national dances. Tha oomedy  part of the program will bo ably looked  after by Happy and his triok mnlo Dynamite, tha funniest aot in existenoo,  and tho Bteiner trip, an exceptionally  clever troop* of oomedy bar aorobato  who need no-recommendation to Nolson  audiouoas.  In tha matter of exhibits, from present indications it ���������dams as if all pro*  tions years' entries of frnit will be  donblad. Espeolally will thia ba true  In exhibits of box fruit and speoial provision is being made for tha heavy dis*  play whioh, is anticipated; It, also ap'  that* few who are interested in thi  nOTtment will try to get them a ploc*  ���������of maetang. If no other place I will  bave them at my own home as soon a>  1 aoana back from my holiday trip, but  I hope tha parents will ahow littlo more  interest and help those who ara willing  to give their time and financial rapport.  Thanking you for yonr space.  Yours truly,  S, H. Sarkissian.  Canyon Oity, Sept. 21,1911.  SsUtat Review,  fltts~  ��������� TWti^htheciolunsnsofyoar vaJuabl^  vaps* X desire injaoatothankMr. O. O.  Hs>o^s������fcrtbaOashpriaeof ffi.00 he  has Just awarded to ma for growing tha  flfrtpaaobae aft Cariyon Oity. Thanking  , yatiCurtha -jotts T. am Dear Sir,  .'.   Youre truly,  O.B.Hall.  ii 1        1 -" 1   1.   11.11 mi*��������� 11   ���������.l  .           11 11.. r  ^���������-���������'���������ip^pasyiij^^ huff Immii iMftji0&to&#-d  oClflia MargarM Moore of Ye-malde,  Viauoris and Mr. B. T. Opie, aldast son  ef Dr, E. A. Opie, Fort Steele. Tho  ruantsfawiUtakaylaoe early In b������to*  bar.^Vietotia Oalaaist,  Miaa IMoBaam left the middle of the  Don't forget the Oatholio Ladies Aid  "Social" tomorrow, Saturday evening,  iu the Auditorium Hall.' Everybody  'nvited.  Mr. O. O. Rodgers who recently offered a prize of $500 for the first frnit  ������������������hat was raised at Canyon City has  iwhrded this prize this week to Mr. C.  3. Hali who produced this year excellent peaches at Cedar Orove ranoh.  Last Friday, evening MrB+T'W. " H.'  Prawford was hostess at a very enjoyable party in honor of Miss bardie of  Salt Lake City. Those who attended  were Misses Vera and Ethel Hjasorof t,  Misa Howarth, Misi Ruby' Lamberton,  Hiss Lund, Messrs Tuoker Wm. Ounn,  Jr., Geo. Husoroft Jr., T. H. Crawford,  and R. Crawford.  , The ohief amusements of the evening  were singing, and progressive Whist.  Miss Howarth and Miss Lnnd carried  away tho prizes of the evening.  It has been learned that the oheok  artist Aldans remained at Sirdar from  Labox day till last Wednesday when ha  proceeded to Nelson 1 *  The Biblo Class Sooial of the PrcBby-  torian ohuroh hold at tho ManBO last  Wednesday evoning waa n great sooobbb,  Thero wero oyer 40 guests 'present.  Daring tho evening tho following ad*  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  ���������CHRIST OHUROH   ���������'-.''  The Right Rev, The Lord  Bishop of New Westminster  will   he   at the   Church' of  England   Sunday   Sept. 24.  Services are as follows:���������   -'  Matins   Confimation,f   Holy  Communion at 11 a. m.  Evenspng, Sermon, 7:30 p m  Speciality  H ^otd lunches Sandwiches  ���������;    Ice-cream Lemonade  Fresh Fruits in season.        Candy and Cigars.  t   >   - Hours: 8-a.^m. to 13 p. m.'    . .  E. F. PLATT, Prop.  FOR SALE-Improved ranch  with' bearing^ orchard/ also  large quantity of small fruits,  Good Water.  '    *   *  Apply to W. K. Brown,  Creston, B. C  FOR   SALE: Saddle and  driving pony, price reasonable  apply to Mrs. "W. K. Brown,  Creston, B. C.  Wanted-by,   an   experienced  gardener, well up iu Tomato  and Cucumber culture, work  on ranch.    Married man..  Apply to J. Fracy, Creston  FOR SALE Saddle Horse,  apply to Victor Carr, Alici  Siding, B. C:  There is only one right way to learn how to iraise- poultry, and make  it pay from the start, and that is to learn from experts wbo have been  through it all. '" '<    . , ���������   , y  This.is exactly the kind of instruction the International Corresoond-  ence 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 in the world. ^ '  O The Course includes everythin;  raising: How to select most  and poultry for profit: naturu _ _  ficial 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  particularly  lie largest poultry tarm in tne worm���������-tne  ~.w~....w>. ������������������������������ot~���������. ...������, ~z Brown's Mills, In-the-Pinea, N. J., fanioua  for its fine Rancocas'Leghorns and DAY-OLD-CHIX, and where 30,000  eggs aro marketed every week. - '<��������� ��������� '      <  The I. C. S. has spent thousands of dollars in preparing this Course���������*  the only one of its land���������a Courso  V  that you can master and apply in  Vm&mZLZmfttE&&   J    SS������S������������e������*������(������-.Sita������    I  r  ������  > ���������*  ii  n  Money  Money  tmmtmmfa  mtmnm  We have #165,000 for investment in the  Creston District which we will loan m sums  of from $sqo to $10,000 on improved ;br unimproved fruit lands, also on improvedv and  unimproved town propeity.       '��������� f ������  If you want capital to improve your laud^coll  nnd see us for a loan.  Why���������pay rent when vou can borrow money  through ub; to build your .owuhpme: With. ;������������������  Should yoii' want to itnpi%el$$itvvibusJuess",?  property, call and see us regardihg terims Bli v  a loan.''  w  ���������,��������� : ���������:-��������� '.'���������.������������������ "���������,���������'���������.'',���������",,������������������.'' ������������������.'";���������    ���������,   ���������.:),y;i;y-:' lA'.t ��������� ��������� ������������������:  We haye the money^o|ny|iBti  AV;.' r'".y\x.  ��������� -.,'.��������� '���������'       ���������  ;���������   X'X:yyyXyy..-i  ���������i*. i-J*  that equips you to handle a few hens  or manage a large / poultry, farm.  This Course will help you just aa tho  iDoxl  9, Scran-ton, P������. %  1     " ^  flcii* sssd me Iras, sad without furtssi ^  * obllcstlo* on my purl, cUoulsf dsseilblsc Uu v  ��������� l*oultry.Rt|il������|r Courts. %  helped thousands of men and women   ��������� ���������,  in other walks of life.        '      <    ��������� JMim     _ >^  it  or manage a large, poultry, farm.   #  This Course will help you just aa tho  many other I. C. S. Courses 'havo  The attached coupon will bring  you descriptive clrculo.r of this great   *  Poultry-Raising Course.     Pill it in  nnd mail it today, '    -���������    '  X  M.&JVtf...  ���������1  .*  IMSSM   :&-"������lirij.tori:A;  Wilson.Ave. A^JtaS*;,^*^^^  ,.,t   ������������������. ������������������.  , 'I    ���������     .   .,.. ��������� '       ���������   y      ,'. I ..U. ...V ......     .���������  . >     ���������   . !���������   .\'  . -I- .  h< Vi'i  ��������� ���������!       (     .  I v.. ��������� ,  \\.l\,'-l-  On Monday morning laat ProviuolhJ  Conatablo Onnn mado a good oapturo  whon he arreitodni'te Italluna and'their  driver near .Brlokson. , Thosd people  were charged, with ontsriug Canada  without wpottlug to the luiuiigxatlou  Iiiipootbr, t ,04' Tuo'udny afternoou at  the ProvlnolM Police Officd boforo Joaoph  Ryan of Oranbroole J. P. aud.S.' A.  Spaer^Xv^of;^^^ Xyx-- x; ;^,y^  ���������A*iflr^:t^  'ing it iebnis���������' 'that'-Rd'-i^ard;Adam������vi'vjrij'^"  the'j^n-S^ibffond^ ^haliod^i^i^  Bj^miiO' tt^'dift^fe;.' May" ^woia' ;ooii'a;^b5''  Constable Goon whon lie wns in tho not  ol! e^rtlncajlbu'oh of ItallauH^abrjia  tlioy line. At that llmo Iminltimtiou  agent'Chaa::':Rykerta' luformod' Adamt  of tho oonwquonooi 'tlmy"v^old','rwuif  should he bo oangbt n������' th������ smne .nffouoo  again and prowoutloa" against Adakbs  '��������� ' i;" "'\'^,rry    "  I  1  j ?i���������  1  %  ���������i  1  n  * iiii  *   CV/������.. .,���������..,. ...SMt. - ,,'    >.... J'I 1-  ie*#*a*oa*Wf��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ,  la-nt May was witb-boUl pwlug to tbo    '    '  remisslou'of jbi   Act..   Ailaui* ,yi\\6'  praotloally plondcd BnlUy to tho'prosetit  ohotgea .was   fined $4B0 'aud- coiti 'o .  court nod iu default of payuiont thVoo* ':  iuouUih In tbe'NelMoiiiGoal.    ,    .,.,,    ', u-  Thoacoosotia.'R.' Kul-Rhb wbo iirl\fi  tho Ijoamuior was nbaaittcd yhllo tl|������' &"        1 '  othor Italians Svdro6noh"lined $10 aiid"'  :oo������ts,^vpoja^:,wijitby.o^  .moriths^n^^oJaon'Ooat  'Bric^lnyerand'mapon^baving^iry^  'settled.' at^Cr(e^tbii,viA;-witi^vDe'i':-i'''������������������"'-^  pleased io give tenders oi^ftny^ v  it-Qjics^t'^ Add:re:6^,'-iB6k^r iv ���������^^���������'���������'{���������','  i' 'y'y yf yxy^XyixyyiXy ���������-: ~*\ xyX Xyx,y^X'': Xyytyy ������������������i^.ttoi', .'���������:;���������'' 


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