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Array ALL TIIE NEWS  of the CRESTON  DISTRICT  All Roads ih E'etst and W&st Koeienay Lead to Greaton  No. 1o   4th   Year.  CRESTON,, B.C., FRIDAY, DEC. 22nd   1911  SiNeir   opms 5c  fllfflCTlIK  uiiiiiui ivinu  DAHO WILL JOIN  ESTON RANCH  ommissioners In Charge Of Recla*  mation Scheme Will Confer With  Local  People At Mass Meeting  TIMBER   MARKET   IS  ���������  'he ranchers and business men in  estou Valley will soon be asked to  nd a public mass meeting in the  f-erests   of the reclamation* of .the  lands fronting the town.   The Re-  w at the instance of a couple of the  chers has  taken up the matter of  laiming the  lands and has written  the commissioners  of   the  Idaho  nties that are interested in the pro-  Ijtion across^the line.   A reply has  a received from A. J. Kent of Bon's Ferry who is one of the leaders  lhe movement across ihe line and  hforms The Review  ifehat he and  colleagues will  visit-5 Creston  to  over .the matter in the near fut-  1'r. Kent is of the "opinion that the  ject. closely concerns one of the  jt productive areas of land in. the  htern Hemisphere and his letter is  fart as follows;' - v--i -  shall take this matter up, at^once  f,i Commissioners of both Districts  Chere is no doubt as. to the feasibil-  ind success of this undertaking. In  mind, this is one, of. the greatest  most productive . areas of. land in  Western Hemisphere.  re, as a commission,. agree that  twork should be done in widening  Narrows so as toilet out'the over-  Dec. 5, by the voters of District No . 6  tbe proposal to bond the district for  the purpose of reclaiming the bottom  lands was carried practically unanimously.  "The determination to redeem these  lands from the overflow means more  to the|Kootenai valley than any event  in Its history. It means that forty  thousand acres of the most fertile land  on earth will be rendered available for  cultivation/ Ten acres of this laud  will easily support an average family.  This means that these bottom lands  will eventually become tha-homes of  thousands of settlers.  Chas.   Q.   Reeder Interested  .t  ' J?rior to the election, Chas. G. Reeder, of Spokane, outlined the plan proposed, the most important feature of  which comprises the widening of the  narrows at the outlet of Kootenay  Lake. This will provide for the escape  of excess waters.   That this plan   was  Several! Men frf ere To Purchase Poles   But Prices Are  Low  unanimously accepted^-speaks ^well for  advise you when we can  meet] ifcs feasifojjjfcy."  -A -Great Uude&tkijtpy -.  y^ .^- ^^ b- s ��������� ������he j^^ people are  going ahead with every idea, of, being  succeasfal and they are practically determined to win out in-order to make  their property worth thousands of  dollars more and to draw-people to the  district. They speak of the widening  of the Narrows without reference to  the difficulties that they will encounter in the effort to have this done.  The Creston ranchers can enlighten  them as to the troubles they will have  t;o cope with and both sides will be  of great advantage to the other. The  Creston people living closer to the  seat of trouble can give the Idaho people some pointer.'* and no doubt the  atter can offer some good suggestions  It was because of lhe vital nature of  this project that the Review took hold  of the project with so much vigor and  the matter of publicity will be woll  taken care of.  6 is  across the  Arousing Much Interest  Ire" drainnge  of district No  isiug much    interest  ler and it affects the Creston Val-  fust aa much as it .does the people  have voted to bond their district  edertodothe work.     The Idaho  rie figure that-the area in question  support and make homes for thou-  ts of homeseokera and on this end  ,he question  tne   Bonners Ferry  lid in a recent issue says;  tfc tho election held at Copeland on  With a number of pole and tie buyers in Creston Valley this week the  timber business had the appearance  of. some activity but the amount of  business done at the prices offered  was low in proportion to the. aaumibeif.  of purchasers. It is very likely  however that the pole and tie business will pick up in the spring as the  C.P.R. has been looking around V the  valley f0r some weeks with an intention of opening up several camps  Here during the summer months.  There is considerable pole timber  being moved in the vicinity of Port  Hill, the Western Lumber Company,  of Spokane, having a,couple of substantial contracts near the line. Geo.  Prichard, one of the company's inspectors/ was among the timber men  here this week and he says that several more contracts will be entered  into as soon as the right timber can  be found. The timber business  across the line is dead owing to the I  country in the Creston Valley: for  some weeks and next summer expects  to have a couple camps, at least, at  'work here taking out ties. As these  will be close to Creston, the town  can look for considerable activity  .during the summer months if,the  plans of the railroad work out.  A. C. YOder, representing the Lhwl-  sey Bros;*-' Lumber Co., of Spokane,  ie another of the buyers that was  here: this'week. He would like to  have a couple carload of poles.  LOOAL NEWS  P. R. DEAL MAY BE  BENIFIT TO CRESTON  Purchase Of Land In Salmo Country  May Mean Freight Line Across  Summit  Pass  Charles Rykert, Customs Inspector  at Rykert, B C. visited Creston last  Saturday.  The K. P. Lodge will hold its regular meeting Tuesday evening insteaf'l  of Monday, V  George Jacks is threatened with appendicitis. ,������-  I  "Mayor" Fred Little is again missing  from his old haunts.   The broken rib* i  have   been   giving   him considerable  pain and trouble.  Jack Williams is back from a hunt-  ing trip.  The children of Christ Church Snnday  School are invited to a Christmas party  on Thursday af tern ion Dec. 28, in the*  Mercantile Hall at 5 o'clock.  All the. parents and members of the>!  Congregation    are invited to join  the-  party at 7 o'clock in  the  evening   and,  take part in the games and amusements.  Returning from a few days trip thru,  the RosBland countries whero he looked  into the land and frnit raising question  from many angles, R. Lamont is more  conyinced than ever that Oreston Valley is far superior to the adjoining districts and at the same time he gathered  somo facts of extended land deals which  may result in Creston becoming a distributing point for a number of the tributary valleys and districts around here.  Probably the moBt important inquiry  which Mr. Lamont made while away  was one into the recent purchase of  lands worth a haif million dollars in the  vicinity of Salmo by the Crinadian Pacific Railroad. This land is rich in timber and mines and when the timber is  cleared away will bs of immense value  as a fruit raising country, It is less  than 40 miles from Creston and in the  fntnre may have a big bearing on the  advancement of this valley. In commenting on the probalities that might  Summit Creek route has for some tiara  been known as a mineral district and it  i  shonld be an asset in a freight way*  Summit Route Old One  "In the olden days, before there was  any C, P. Ri line through here at all  the Summit Creek route was mapped  out by the Oompany but it later changed  to the lake route. It is jsnt as feasible  now as it was then and is the easiest  pass io oope -with alesg that ridge,  Just at the summit there wonld of  bourse be little business for the company  because of the great amount of V snow  bnt the rest of the route wonld be pro*  fitable from a freight standpoint at  least. It is the intention to run tbis  line through one of these days I believe  anb if it does go it will be used prinol-  olpally for freight. The trunk road engineer, Mr. Moore showed that a reed  with not more than a 2 per cent grade  ean be built over the.pasa. -. A freight  RS; $1500 LOSS  ichers Discuss Co-operation Features At  Meetings       ?     ;  _ ranchers nro going ahead with  J incorporation plans and In a fow  h something of a material nature  have boon accomplished. . The  iltto of rahohorB consisting of  h Compton, Jiimos Cook and A.  oy mob Saturday rilght and, r������.  A tlio rofluits of tho'eonforonco: to  -ting or tbo full executive ��������� boards  Ii FantiovM Institute and Fruit and  ico Association at a mooting hold  niy night,  i ranohiirs nro determined to have  thing lo regular ordor and a law-  IU bo engaged to look ovor the  ���������s and soncl s thorn  through the  r.uhannolH.   Thero Ih some ditf-  of opinion hh to tjiu umout that  llha charged for tho Bharos. Ai-  jtunou11(iod thb  iiha'v'as  woro   to  n'y $5oanb hut flpmo of tho ran-  would rathor have a lessor mim-  f HhhroKont and at a littlo higher  The Ittai* number of shares would  o tlio cost of registration and Juration on fewer shoulders. It ls  t.oi* which will ho wurJuid out lu  |'iir future at meltings of Iho hod  ������������������rested.  ANACONDA MAN  BUYS 15 ACRES  J. M. Craigie Takes Over  Section   Of  flax-  well Farm  J. M. Craige, of Anaconda, B.C.,  this week purchased the west fifteen  acres of tho Maxwell proporty near  Erickson, known as Block 13, and  no"xt summer will probably locato  here with tho intention of turtihor developing It. Tho property now has  about 1500 Atopic trees of good commercial varieties planted upon it and  ls considered ono. of tho bout plocos of  ground in that neighborhood. The  noil consists of a sandy loam and  thoro is only a very small portion  that is uncleared. A houso nnd stable  havo already boon built upon.it,  Mr, Cralgo lo a sawmill man In thr  Grocnwood section nnd has been con  sldorinir buying in this vicinity foi  some timo. Ho has travelled British Columbia" to n considerable ox  tont and thirties Oroaton Valley ane*  its apples offer, tho boat of opportune  tlcu. ITo knowa practically nothln,  about tho applo raising business lu  cays, but ho will liavo savorai noigb  bora who do know how ontj 'who. wil'  give him thoir timo and knowledge  until lio Is capable of attomllng t<  ovory dotall himsolf. This is ono of  tho things tbat attracted Mr. Grainy  to Creston.' Ho found Mint whlb  tho ranchers bore nro busy nil tlu  timo thoy always bove a little tlmt  to uparo lor tbo nowcomor.  Fire which was first disdovered about 10:30 today wipedl  out the house ou the combination ranch about a mile north!  of Crestou owned by P. Maun, P. W. Foote. G. F. HorspoolJ  aud S. W. George. The blaze is believed to have been caus-v  ed by a defective,flue although this is not certain as the owners were working ou the ranch a.t the time. All the furni ���������:  ture and personal effects of the ineu were burned and none:  jof the loss which will amount to nearly $1500 wis covered -i;  by insurance. ' The neighbors are caring, (or the men until  they can fix up temporary quarters in the outbuildings and  barn which were saved. These buildings were saved after-  some strenuous work on the part of the owners and neighbors ���������  and there was no breeze to carry-the flames.  Shortly before midnight fire was also discovered in the;  ew Grady block on Fonrth avenue. Oue of the carpenters;  who has beeu sleeping on the second floor smelled smoked  and, upon investigating, found a pile pf rubbish in the rear'  of the building in flames. W hether the fire was of idcendi..  ary origin or accidental *.:? -i question but the police believe iti  w4is an accident.   No damage was done.  .   . .������    , ^. hae running across the pass wonld out  result from the purchase, Mr. Lamont  . ..    ..   ^ . .. .  ^ * j down the time by several hours, f onr at  J least, in getting, freight to the West  from thiee>tetio&-ai^^Or������srtbA WMldb*/  ....        -       -    ' .-*'      *i������ r.>.    <���������     *.������,->* /  said;  ,> _."The JD.^P. R. bought a valuable tract  of land over in the Salmo couxitxy 'fjpr  which it paid cleee to a half'million dollars and have completed a survey of - a  line from Trail into their new property.  It looks to me as though this should  work to the advantage of Creaton in  the near future. Salmo is only forty  miles aorosB the Summit Pass and it is  only 14 miles on into Trail. Tbere are  great possibilities and one of the biggest  is a railroad line cutting from Creston  across the Summit Pass and on through  Salmo, Trail, and' Grand Forks to the  Coast. Such a line would pass threugh  a mineral, timber and fruit area whioh  das no superior in the world. Salmo is  rioh in timber nnd minerals now and in  a short time will be raising fruit.   The  ky  l 'Smmeaae&s^ Faritor iif inch  a road was projected^hrougli m moun-  taint. Creston would be a distributing  point of some worth.' '  "I was struck with Ihe difference ia  the climatic conditions in the various  sections that I travelled through. They  had some two feet of snow at Rossland,  10 inches at Nelson, fully 8 inohes at  Kootenay Bay and here in Creston witb  only two inchet of snow on the gronnd  it seemed like contin<into a warm oii*  mate whon I got back. It is hard to  make the people who have never beeii  in this valley believe tbat it in so warm  in comparison here but you oannot get  away from the conditions as they are,"  natural slump that always cornea  about a year boforo a presidential  election nnd nlfio to tho fact that  tho manufacturer aa a. tody have  decided to curtail their output. Tho  lumber business bolng tho barometer  of the .Northwest business circles, tho  entire section across tho lino is dead  as far as commercial activity is con-  cornod. Tho ofTocj;fl of this is felt at  Croston in tho shapo of a drop in  ���������.u'Icoh for timber. Somo who havo  holdinKs in this vicinity say that  thoy are being oJTorod as much as 2d  por cont IcHfi* for thoir timber than in  years gono by.  Clotting Tics In Idaho  <  Ed. Johnson camo down from Cra: ������-i  brook Wbdnosday.  .Tako Huber and his wife loft i.'or  Spokane thli* week, Utibor Is goi ng  to branch out in tho sign painting  business and noxt summer expects to  go north along tho Grand Trunk lint*.  Ouo of the social ovoutB of Ohriptumw  evoning. Doo. 25, will bo tho dnnoo  whioh will bo hold In Meron.ntllo Hnll,  ���������All kinds of "Christmas*?y" things,  with the right Christnwft "spirit" in  them. Also a full Htock of Cigars, olgnr*  ottcH, pipos, tobacco, poiiohCH, oigar and  oiprnrettos holders etc , nt Tho Liquor  Sioro.  Tho C.P.B. has a contract now  A^ith tho Donnor'a Ferry Lumber.Co.  or 7C carloada of tics and is bringing theso across tho Una at tho rate  if six,nnd eight carload a day. This  'a nn Indication of tho condition of  '.ho btiHinoflu iicrpwH the lino, tho C.  ?.n. jjlvlnj������ a prico whieli will permit  if tho payment of tho frolght aud the  duty on tho tics.  "JopUu" Xidbort has boon covering |  1  Tlio dut# 0/ tho oautata of tli-i Math-  odlut church, ''ICoronation of KiiiK Kris  Krliifrlo" hua boou ohfiugod to tomorrow  nlsbt.  '.'.'. v  MIkh MnholnmUnmos Pound of St.  Thomas, Ont, will npond OhrlHtniaH at  tho homo of thoir Histor.JMrfl. C. AdauiM  Hii.slntjdti Iw (k'lHlnirig Mr. 0. Adams  at Calvary until after tho holidays.  Tho   Crouton, Drlckson XUfla Amo-  CRESTON MERCANTILE  EXTENDS ITS SPACE  Section Formerly Used By  Bank Of Commerce To  - Be Main Store Room  Tho Creston Mercantile company  thio week is ongagod in tearing out  the bid partitions and counters in the  part of Its building which was former*  ly devoted to the Canadian Bank of  Commerce and will soon luvo Its main  stock moved into that end of the  building. Tho present quarters havo  becomo very cramped and the Mercantile company welcomed tho removal of thabanking businoss to a build*  ing of it*own as it needed tbo apace.  HorotofOipe the main entrance to the  storo building has boon in tho oontro  of the building but hereafter tho main  j business .rooms will be on the corner  willbfli filled during the holidays by I whore  the bank formerly operated 1  elation will hold its anntal meeting  in Mercantile Hall the evoning of  December 26. As it is the big  meeting of tho year all the crack  shots of the district who are members  are requested to turn out in a body.  The tolephone exchange will only  be open from 9 to 11 on Christmas  Day, as the operator also wants a  holiday. Any chate over the wirje  must be hold within those two hours.  H. Young loft Tuesday for Toronto  to visit bis boyhood homo. He has  boon absont from his birthplace now  for eight years and lt is said in  Oanyon City which is bio home that  ho will bring back a bride when be  re turns.  ' ft*v. Sarkissiau will leave Monday  for Saakntohowon to bring baok his family wbioh has beon at tho town of Hydo  thei 0 for somo months.  R,' W. McOutchoon, toiler at tho  Canm lian Bank of Commorco, loft to*  day U ������spend tho Christmas holidays  at his*  homo in Q roon wood.   His placo  A. Jf. I) uffy. of Cranbrook.  Mittv 1 Xay Johuson, toachor at tho  publics a chool, leaves today for Z ������������������  holiday t rip through I^akusp, Slocan  City and i Kaslo.  Dm W. Tucker, hookoeper at the  Omston Mi Meant lo Store leaves tomorrow fof. a holiday trip In Idaho.  Misa iSelllo Oook who has been visit-  I ng Mv������. Get, "mer, left Wednesday  ^'orBlalrmorr.  Tho Oreston Morcautllo company liao  boen Incaoaj^Uig lm business every yeai*  since (to owners started operating here*  and Its further extension of space  marks the fact that the town and  country Is growing at such a fast rate  that the stores have a liard time keeping up with tbo dov-jlopomont.  PJauo ior uale reasonable. Initrti*  ment In good condlt lonj Apply at Um  Bevlsw ofUoe.  '.������������������ v  .tfKv;wui\.'*4trf  yy.  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C.  a  ura  mm  m&'W'  Wi-tX'''  mlyxf  m ���������"*������������������.  W-' i-'  Mfe! f#:f&eioHg: list dee  f 0'Ills FasioiiS  Glanford Station, Ont.���������"I hnve taken  Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound for years  and never found  ;:���������.���������'��������� :l,any medicine to  '"*' compare with it. I  had ulcers and falling .of tho uterus,  and doctors; did me  no good. I suffered  dreadfully until J  began taking your  medicine. It has  also, helped   othor  women to whom 1 have recommended  it."���������Mrs.' Henry Clark, Glunioid  Station, Ontario.  '   AnoSSscr Cure'  Harvey Bank, N. B.���������I can highly  recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's. Vegetable Compound to any suffering  woman. I have tr.ken it'for intrude  weakness ami painful menstruation  and it cured me. ��������� Mas. DeVkr-3  Barijouk.  "Because your citse is a difficult one,  doctors having done you no good, do  not continue to suffer without giving  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. It surely has cured  many cases..of female ills, such as inflammation, ulceration, displacements,  fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic  pains, backache, that bearing-down  feeling:, indigestion, dizziness, and  nervous prostration. It costs but a  trifle to try it, and the result is worth  million to many suffering women.  Ii y������a want special advice  write tor it lo Sirs. PinScItam,  Lynn. Mass. lt is free aa<l  ������itvays licipful.  A BUSY NOVELIST.  <3. B.  Burgin Heads the List on Cana-  dian Subjects.  If on? were asked to nnmo the author, who had written the greatest number ol' novels about. Canada, the answer would probably be. "Why, Ralph  Connor, of course." y. But the Winnipeg clergyman by lioV'mVeans holds'.'the  record. There is a vigorous little Englishman over in London who has actually written and published sixteen  novels, the setting of which is laid in  Canada. And it has not, beeii,: longdistance, imaginative writing, either,  as one might expect, but the result  of numerous personal visits to the  Diminion. . . ��������� **  G.  BA Burgin, for that is this prolific author's yriame, firfet came to Canada as a young, man, 'when, after acting .as secretary to the' Armenian lie-  form     Commission,     he     contracted  typhoid   fever,   and  was  sent  to  this  side   of   the* Atlantic 'to.  convalesce.  Ever   since,   Canada  has  had   a   fascination for him, and he like3 noth-  j nig   better   than   to   board   an   ocean  i liner  in  June   and  cross  to  Quebec,  whence   he--, visits   different   parts   of  the     country     during     the     summer  months.    Like  most  writers,  he  had  a  lev  | story   being  Free -Press .by our own Canadian,  ���������.Robert.���������Barr,'. with, whom he struck up  j a lasting friendship, and one which led  i to his receiving the appointment of  ; sub-editor of The Idler wh-n Barr  ! launched that magazine in 1392.  ]     Mr.   Burgin   hns  a  remarkable  out-  ��������� put of novels. On March 7 his fortieth  j book was published, and he has al-  ! ready completed two more to appear  j later in the year. Then he is under  ) contract to produce ���������'three novels in  7 1U12. He bus also written hundreds  ; of shoi't stories. All his work is ohar-  . notorized by a cheery optimism ami a  ; bright unforced humor. What is con-  i sktered his brst book, "Tho Shutters  I of Silence.".had its origin in a visit  \ to the Trappist Monastery at Oka  I in Quebec- The first night he attend-  ; evi   evening    service,    and    saw    the  ��������� procession of brown-robed  monks file  ���������in;   there   were   "'good'  faces,   wicked  : faces,   mc-rose   faces,   laces   of  dreamers,  faces  of   men   who  suffered  p-^r-  petual  martyrdom.   iac?s   of  purity   and    sweetness,    faces  inc.   hfcwmw   ur    innirf  "There- is  noth.iig   more   admirable  than tin lit, anu tiieie la UuUuug uioiu  pitiable tnan Voen t.io u'ctuiiiuiatio'iis  Ox  uirnt are  poCiietju   oy   ihe  rapacious harpies who 'pivy u^on tn<i smail  investor.-)," says tiie iicoij.p'.jiist.'vEng.)'.  Vit   is ' tneroiore   not   oiiiy.  uesnume,  but'..it'Vis absolutely necessary tnat"we  sttould nave some plan ol investment  under w.uch we muy beputtpig aside  from .week to week or liiontu to month  a portion of our earning'^ to make provision against the "Uuiiiy Day," and  this plan is afforded 'ivy' the Canadian  Government's Aiuuiit.e.s    Act,    which  was  approved    by    members of  both  Houses  of   Parliament:    The  benefits ]  to be derived from the purchase of a1  Government   Annuity   as. r means  ofi  making  provision  for old  age  are,   it  may be said, far more boiuiti ul than  tiios'e which may. be derived iroiu any  other safe investment, and far greater  j than   the   people   have   any   idea   of,  j simply for the reason that witAi evevy  i payment of Annuity .Ls returned a pov-  ! t:on of the purchase money ''together  j with compound interest at 4 p. e.    If i  i tiie Annuitant lives the . average/num- j  i ber. <>f  years lie  may   be  expected  io |  montns.    -jlikc   most   writers,   ne   nao ..            ���������    ,.       :          -,     -���������'������������������-..'���������*-   :*  a struggle to set on bis feet, but he !  '-vc a wording to iv.m*ta..ty expo-, lenee  eventually   succeeded,   his   first   long j K^ vocuw back  all that  he paid  story  being  accented  for  th-   Detroit ! ni as_ well as   he nrer^t   hereiMi. But  this is not  all.  for'should, he. snrvivi  i this expectation  the Annuity Will  not |  jeease. but  will go on until death,    It,  ! soerns ���������paradoxical thnt a man ci n use  -, his   principal  Avithov������J,  liis  iueoiiie   l><.'-  ! coining less, but tliis i-; u>a.!e p->ssible!  ! under the Annuities System. j  I The ago of live is ihe earliest age j  | at which payments for the ��������� purchase.j  ! of an Annuity may be begun, n'nd. the. |  i age of r>o lm'; been fixed as the earli-  ; est age at which, exeent for invalidity  i or disability, an Annuity may begin,  ���������;'-.-.'   DON'T BAKE���������BAKE���������BAKE IN TIIE j  OLD FASHIONED WAY  It shortens your  life, spoils your temper  ami ruln.s your looks.  Try the new way���������the'��������� WIOO'NEYVway.  No spoiled baking.    No��������� ovevheatecl'.kitchens.  Lots of leisure in the home.  MOONEY'S    BISCyiTS are so iresh, so crisp, so appetizing that  thoy tire largely taking the  place of houie baking with  thousand;: of Western  Ask'ior.   '       ;���������'���������''  people  US  ICON EY'S "PERFECTION  LOCAL MERCHANTS  Send us your .name and address and  | -xt ���������:  angeuc  wiii eh  simply.'fooH-sh, faces which had-  see*o hell, faces which were still seeing ii. races which had no expression  at al!.** Then bringing up the rear  c-Tur.e the face of. a boy of thirteen  iy.T so. etL'r-real in its beauty, but already covered with the mask of  silence. Deeply moved by the spectacle   of  one   so  young   already   shut  -.off from the world.. Mr. Burgin made  inquiries', .-and, learned that the bey  had been taken iu as a foundling  some year's before, and might in due  course* take the final vows. In a flash  the author saw the skeleton of his  story, in 'which, "he takes the boy out  ��������� of   the -monastery  as -he  nears   man-  ; hood and dumps him down in London  ; socieiy.  Mr. Bursin's oth.er Canadian-novel? include "The Cattle Man," "Oiu  Man's Manias?." "The Wav Out." "A  Wilful Woman," "The Land of Silence," "The .Hermit of Bonneville."  "The Marble Citv," "The Devil's  Due." "The Only World," "The Belles  ttvtr annua >Mn Ar>wioe coee ������.������ .. of  Vaudrov,"  "Fanuela,"  *'.\  Simple  6YE BOOKS AND ADVICE FREE BV MAU. , g ,.    -���������Th       Ri ���������f    Four    Cr,r-  Wurlne Eye Remedy Co., Chicago j nerSiv^Thi3 Son of Adam," and "The  ' -i Dance at Four Corners."  J\ ISHASES OF  MEN���������DR..   DEAN I   ,        An Eo.ual Chance For All.  JLT    Bpefiialiat, 5 College St.. Toronto. J    ���������-^ Montreal star remarks that the  1         ' y ��������� ' j the Chinamen of the metropolis have  ,   Kl  .   r.������������������*������.���������     ' i caught that popular Canadian malady,  Not. Purttc ; real estate fever-  Ahorse detiler was showing a horso!     Slant-eyed    Celestials,    with    groat  to a p.ij.spee.ive.b..ye.-.    After running   foresizht, are said to be hooking lots  hirn  back ami  forward a iew niinuies: often "caying down spot cash,  he .stopped and said    to    the   buyer,]     Thei'r activity is in great part spo-  "What.do you think of hi-* coat���������isa i; culative.   They are not. merely reacli-  i but the longer-it is def'-������rved the larg-!wt> wil1 nuul you our illustrated, cata-  iei*; of course, will be the amount re-jlogue showing Indian .Leather Cush-  ]cetved. For example, tho pavment of i K'na- Table Covers, Drapes, etc. An  \-$\ a week by a man of i>5 until he is ! exclusive agency in your town will  155  would  give him.au   Annuitv from | Pai' you..  ithe latter    age    of    $258 28.    payable j. INDIAN LEATHER CO., '  quarterly;  while if he  continued pay-179   Spadina   Ave.        :        :       Toronto.  I ing.- until'he  was  sixty,   his   Annuity j ������������������������������������-'.---���������  ; would be $307.36.   In either case if he! Matter of  Fractions  j died before the date fixed for the An-j     Biggs���������Mv' -half-brother  is  engaged  : nuity to begin all his  payments with | to mv wife's half-sister.  ���������! compound interest at 3 p. c./would-4������? !    Diggs���������When   will   thev   be   one?���������  ! refunded to his legal representatives, j Boston Transcript.  | For a slightly increased payment, the  Annuity would be guaranteed for 10  years certain, or for life whichever  should    be    the    longer.        Everyone  An Always Reedy PHI.���������To" those of  regular habit, medicine is of little concern, hut the great majority of men are  not,  of  regular   habit.      The    worry    and  is most movident svsteni of sav-! irregularitv of life" copes dyspepsia, in-  ���������i tvstom \vVi"/*Vi if *-���������!,-.T,tr.ri ...in i digestion, liver and Kidney'troubles as a  a   .sv&tem   which   it   adopted   will   vvotvst.   The run-down system demands a  should apply tor information in r *g:=rd j crret. of  business prevent  it,  and out of  to thi ... ....... . .      .  ing  bring   as   its   reward   an   old   age   of * corrective  and there is hone better than  Comfort.    Happiness     and       Dignity.   pa-:"Vll-\,ce's Vegetal)'������ Pills.   Tliey are simp'e i  titimtnm   anr-n-~z,-,+,-..,   ~s  ;i~   t^Ji ���������    i'" their conoposition and can be taken by  L.teiatup  descriptive of its features,   the most delicately constituted.     ,  and tables showing the cost of differ-  _____������������������  ent   plans,   may ' be   obtained   at  the ���������    What a saving it would be if women  Post   Office or- on  application'to  the; could,  wear      wrappers     that     come  Superintendent of  Annuities.  Ottawa,   around soap,  to whom letters go free of postage.  Tm WM\m EYE RESSEDy  H For Red. Weak. Weary. Watcrv Eyes W '  I  AND GRANULATED LIDS 1  Murine Doesn't Smart���������Soothes Ey* Pain  Murine Ev'^Remedj. Lj"<iui<3, 25c. 50c. $1.00.      '  Murine   gy<;.'Salve,  in   Aseptic Tubes,, 25c,   $1-.0C.  ; >������������������������������������.. , Diphtheria,  Quinsy  ��������� and-' Tonsilitis  I    No one  person  in  a  thousand  can  begin - with   sore  throat.    How  much  I become familiar with another without, better', to- cure a sore, throat, in a day  showing impudence. j or two than  to be  in  bed  foT weeks;   .���������:  J with Diphtheria.    Just keep Hamlins;  Minard's   Liniment   Cures  Colds,   etc. i Wizard Oil in the house.  "Did you. ever see a walking beam?"J     Gracie���������Is  Latui  a  dead  language?  "No, but 1 once    saw    a    running!    Ker  Brother���������Yes; and it ought to  board."-. ! be buried. ,  "Worms cause fretfulness    and   rob   the IA    MOTHER'S    PRAISE  infant of sleep, the Kreat nourishpr,  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator wiil  clear the stomach and intestines and restore hcalthfulness.  OF BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Mrs.  Allen  Mason,   Carleton,  N.B.,  ,-,-,      , -, _,.,.  .        ct_ .     ...    writes: "I have. used  'Baby's    Own  Educated Filipino��������� Yes:     sir, it is!Tnblets <iVGV since j Kavs had. child-  snid there are 7000 different dialects in'  use in these islands."  American soldier���������"Wall I swan!"  Educated      Filipino���������"That    makes  7001."  ren and that is going on fifteen years.  I have always found^ them entirely  satisfactory for all, th^ ailments of little ones and feel: t'lat I cannot praise  them too hisrh'y." Mrs. Mason's  i praise is just that of thousands of  mothers who consider Baby's Own  Tablets the only, safe and sure remedy  Regarded as one of the most potent to  combat, all summer complaints and inflammation of tho bowels    Dr. J. D. Kel-              ���������      ^"Jtett^ to l^ep in the house for their little  ; xx.J-  ���������''���������'Kl.':     '  ���������������������������  K1, ���������   V".  C .    '  ������'���������        l''     '   "      ���������  ��������� i, ;������������������'   .  ������������������UK"  :'������������������>,;  he a dandy?"  ' The buyer noticing that tho horse, j  had the heaves, replied: "I like, his j  coat- nil right but I don't like his!  pants."  Relf a reputation that no other cordial for ��������� _���������������������������  the   purpose  can   nspire  to.       For  yountc | "J11-8  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Distemper.  There shou'd b> a vast difference in  the feeding of tin* young Kt.ocU intend  .- ��������� ' '  ���������7 "���������  \.. >  ing out for laundry sites.  Critics, who insinuat*.' every time  tho police raid ������a .-gambling boll and  rope" in a score of yellow in������u. that,  tlio men of China arc not getting as  sou are a chance at sramblinc as those  whites who frequsnt the Woodbine,  Biuebonnets, or Port Erie, can sundy  now havo no Vzround for contrasting  gambling facilities afforded whito or  od for breeding purposes and that des- i yellow men.  lined for the butcher's block. Both i ' chinamen, buying lots for specula-  must bf .". induced to nmlt-b rapid j tive nttrnoses. liave entered what is  growth, but the former'* vitality or- sometimes the irr������ntest gamble of  iocunditv must not b������ injured by ex-! tbem all-���������real estate,  ceswivc f^edirg of fattdiing foo<l such ' Tho Ciiniesc realty mnvket tho lust  as is necessary in tlie production of j foW days has been taking somewhat  early-maturing .stock for slaughter,      | Pf H clnmn.   Mnnev, w^ic1* would or-   .���������-������������������ : dinnrily go into lots, is drifting out  How 'envy it  l^'Ui think you would i \n j|u, revolutionists in the land that  head the li^t oi- philanthropists if you} *1S waking��������� frryn its long sleep. ,  only had the money.       ..' | '     -T-r-1'' ��������� . '���������       ; *1-'- ��������� * ������������������* Facts About tho Indian. ���������  The Department of Tndiun Affairs  at Ottawa has inst cofne out with  interesting st'itistics about tho rod  ni">n of (Janadn,  Thcr" are ]0������,2fll Tndinn-* in Canada: 4,fi0() of thaso ar? Eskimos.  Indians lust year earned .$1,500,000  in  wo-jos, ,  Tlritiah Cohunbin bns more brnves  thnn ariv of the othor provinces,  '24/181.  Tht*ro nre .1*7.4 Indian schools odu-  cntinp* tho Indian.  The report, is a contradiction or the  stulr-ment so curr ������nt thiit the Cnnn-  diimylndiiin is fust distippoaring; for  it vhows thnt tho inereiiPo of births  over-deaths In the past year was 340.  An Innovation In Vn' couvor.  Vaiioouvnr has th������ Government by  enmmission idea under consideration  just now.  An not hns br>������������i) drawn up nnd sub-  ntitteil to tin; Provincial Government  for endorsiition.  Th<������ net onll* tho rommin'-'onors  "nldermen," nnd providos a salary of  .*jw\.V:<l ii piec..'' ior them; $10,000 for  the muyor.  Then* Ih not much chnnoi' 'of tliiH  net going'into (orce till nnothor year,  Thin will jf I vo the citi'/.ens liiini to  s:/,c nji the proposal morn fully,  The   Golfing   Mnyor������������t.  Tin' wife of Mayor FleininK of Brandon, in norni'whnt of a sport in tho  real sense of tluit word,  Itriindoii wan proud of thi������ wlfo ol  her lim citi/.-n tne other dny, when  Mr*. Fleininy onpliired the clinmnion*  ������lii[i trophy in tin! Liuhcn' Ooll Tour*  liUlllI'llt,  Th Tablots  are sold by niedi-  ot old sufferinR from these coranlaints it  is the best medicine that can be procured.  hat helped eountless.  thousands of thin, weak, *|  delicate children���������made  them   strong, plump  and robust.  It creates an appetite,  aids digestion, fills the  veins with rich red  blood*  After illness or loss  of weight from any  cause, it brings strength  and flesh quicker than  anything else.  London pumps 80,000,000 cubic feet  of oxonized air every day into the  tube stations of one of her subways.  Deafnecs Cannot Be Cured  by 1 imI Applications. n,������ llii-y cnr.not reach tlm dls>  ctsiM portii>.)-nf ini! car. 'i'hi>re Is only onr way to  euro (UmOirs*. mil Unit Is by constitutional ronicuios.  Pi.'iK'iflHs in catisou by nn liifliimeil no'iciitinn oi ttin  mnooiifl lt,ilii'4 ol the Kustaclitan Tubo, When UiU  tubo ia iiiiumcj yon hnvo n rumblincr sound ur lm-  porfp?t lionrliig, una \<lien it is entirely cioHcd, Deaf.  ior,s ' i-.'io i-canlt, ami unioKd tha Inflammation can be  j\\:vi cmt'ivul thin tubo rratfircd ic Its tiornml condl-  tin i. Iicnrluii wiil lio ilcstroycd forever, nine vusm  out oi ter. nre raimnil by Cittui-rh, which la nothing  bui. an I'lfl'imrcl condition ol Uio mucous mirrnuoa  Wo will p-lvo Ono Htn'rircil Dollum (or nny cuac of  J)i!iif'ins8 (oftuncil by caturrh) that rannot be cured  by llaU'i Catarrh cure    Bona for clrcular&. frco  1". i. ClIUNBV 4 CO., Toledo, O*.  Snm oy nnmnwrR, Tr>c.  laKo llall'a Va.-niiy I'liln tor eonatlpatlon.  ail omummimra  u-t������  So.mo women know things by intuition and some others get noxt by having husbands who talk in their sleep,  Tho Warning of Food Exoorts Against  ��������� Tho Uso of Alum Powdora  There nre many housewives thnt  unthinkingly use nlum bnking-powd-  ors in making biscuits, enko nnd  pastry, when it, would only tako a little precaution to avoid doing ho.  Tlnking-wnvderB that contain nlum  onuso indigoHtion and nerve cliwirtlora.  English food oxportfl condemn nlum  n������ an .injurious nduHovnnt untlt for  a baking-powder ingu'dlnnt. If you  are not, cnrel.nl you m(iy ho buying  alum in ,your biik'mg-powdor and putting it in food, Tho wny to be Hum  Is to r'o'fi'd the Inbol on' tho linking-  .powder, ,npd if the ingredient** aro  not plainly printed on it, refimo to  accept it.  Tt flhould nlwnyfl be homo in mind,  in connection with fattening nnimnlH,  thnt thoy remove vory little fertilizing  mntnrinl from the farm in their frit,  enrenss, nnd thnt hy fnr the greater  portion of thin ninlerinl present in thu  feed consumed Ih voided in the oxor*.-  menl, nn<\ romaint* on tho farm for  th������ ii.ii-' of future cropfl.  The Vnpr]ling of live Hloek is n luminous which' rerjuircH more nilminin-  tnitive nblllty thnn doon ih^ growing  of oeronls. ThiB being true, it reason-  nbly follnwi* that tlio return*- from tho  Hvo.fdoek budinof-B, provided It is prop,  ������������������rly* innrwigi'd, woiim! ho larger Uimi  from the growing of grain.  Trent n nmn liko a dog nnd it will  mnko him mnd���������ovon if ho docmi't do-  vclop hy.drophobin.  cine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a  box from Tbe Dv. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockviiie, Ont  f. "FU send Dominiosi Express  Money Orders  ���������that's"what I'll do"  A happy solution of the gift problem.  Dominion Express Money Order* are cashed  anywhere on this continent. If lost, stolen or  destroyed, you may have the money refunded  or & new order issued, free of charge.  If sending Christmas money abroad,   use  | ^Dominion Express Foreign Cheques.   Tbey are  issued  in the money: of the country on which  drawn and cashed without charge.  Don't risk money in a letter���������especially  during the Christmas "rush". Use Dominion  Express Money Orders or Foreign Cheques���������the  safest e.tid mo^t'convenient .way of remitting  money  to all  parts of the world. 22  On sale in n!)  CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   STATIONS  Also at Drtiff-Storea, etc.  conveniently located in the larger town*.  a. wBwtre^izaciHB^wiwiPBJ^  Fconoshy   in   little   things  is  just   as  important   as economy   in big  taiag3 ���������  EDDY'S   MATCHES  . '���������' v. ���������-'. .- - -.- ���������   ���������  will answer one of your "economy questions."     60 years  of constant betterment has Drought theni to such  perfec- -  txon that one Eddy [Vlatch does the work of severed others  of inferior make. n   1  ALWAYS   ASK   FOR   EDDT3.  FAST  FREIGHT SERVICE  When a woman gives a pnrty, she  figures on twenty-two guests to a gallon.  Minard's  Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Do not shut, tho weaned lambs in a  bnve stubble field, and expect fiem to  grow and develop. They must have  an abundance of green feed. It is also  surpri-Mng the amount of water they  will drink. Too mnny beginners with  sheep seem to hnve an idea that they  (\o not, ne<*d witter. LnmbP, nfter  wenning, will URiinlly tnke a considerable qunntity of it, and it should be  within cnay nccess nt all times.  Vorifylng A Rumor  ' T?oportH of Turkish nttneks upon  Ttnlinn forces nre becoming so frequent ns to afford grounds for fearing thnt thoro mny be war in Tripoli.  Tho voico  of  winter  snow-bnlling.  is,    perhaps,  (juicUly stop.* cuustiiS' euros coldti, henla  ������t������- mrom ���������������"' '      ' "       J������������ cotijn  "tommy, do you lovo your touch-  "T would if she wimn't my tonehor,"  snid Tommy. "Sho's awful nico."  DODiyS   y  W. N. U��������� No. 877.  C.  P.  R.  Makes  Record    Time    With  Shipment  From Shanghai  to Minneapolis  From the Freight Department of  the Canadinn Pacific and "Soo" Railways there comes, a story of a fast  shipment of walnuts from Shanghai  lo Minneapolis. The shipment, wliich  was composed of 51)0 bags of nuts  weighing 86 tons,..wus made from  Shanghai, via the .Canadian Puciiie  Railway's steamship, the "Empress of  India." This boat left Shanghai for  Vnneouver Novemb* r 7ih, arriving  there November 24th. At Vancouver  the C. P. R. hnd a special train in  readiness, and as soon as the consignment could he reached curly in the nf-  ternoon of November 30th, nnd from  there the "Soo" line rushed the shipment to Minneapolis, renching there  on Dec. 2nd in time, for delivery.  This is exceedingly good time'es-  P"cinlly when winter operating conditions are considered and L. E.  Doudiet .& Co., the Minneapolis firm  to which the shipment was mndo, .expressed themselves ns very mivch  plensed with the service rendered  them by the Cnnndinn Pncific Rnil-  wny nnd the "Soo" linos.      .     '  His Bargain  A tramp called at u country hotel  asking for his supper ��������� and night's  lodging. The proprietor wanted to  know if he had any money to pay for  such privileges.-  "No, but I'll promise if you will  keep me until after breakfast to kill  every rat about the premises,  .That was veiy satisfactory, so after  the trump had partnkbn heartily of  the morning meal he' said to go with  him to the barn and he would attend  to his end ot the compact. After bracing himsolf ngainst one side of the  barri with a big club in his hand, he  said: "Bring on your rats!"  Willie���������Pa, why do thoy call our  language the mother tongue?  Pa���������It's' because your father never  gets a chance to use it.  Do not expect tho sow thnt is nursing a litter to live on whatever she  can pick up on tlio stubbles nnd in  the pnsturos, Thn fowling of the grow,  ing youngsters is a great, drain on hor  vitality; and for tho good of tho litter,  us well ns for the row's future use-  'fulnosa, liberal fending is lu'cossury,. A  pig is n "hog" from the timo hn Ih  oust into tlio world, nnd hn shonld bo  fronted ns such nnd fed accordingly.  This (Iooh not moini overfeeding, hut  the feeding of u rntinn ns Inrgo ns his  (*oiibll(.i;tlon will sltiiul, The sow furn<  Mil's tho fist food for him, nnd if ho is  to get n Hbornl supply of nourishment,  his dnm must also (jet n-good rntion,  or hr���������i* eoiuititution will suffer by lining  diawn I'tion to support her offspring.  Purchasing Powor of Millionaires  Millionaires nro muoh undor discussion nt, the moment. A writer in tho  November Strand points out thnt tlie  wenlth of Messrs. Rockefeller, Astor,  Morgan, Rothschild, Carnegio nnd  Strntheonn fnr pxoooiIr thn total vnlno  of the* product of a wholo yonr. Nenr-  ly Hoven millions'of workers, totalling  six dnys a week, WnritiaiHl a not output of Rritish Inthmtry for WIO-ll' of  712 million pounds. Theso nix mnn  would hn ablo to pny for nil .the result nf the yenr's toll noon rutin tod by  a whole iiiiUoh'h lollnm. Thoy could  buy up nil thn wenlth of a yonr���������oil  the mrtnufnctuml goods, nil the steel,  nil Iho iron, nil tho tobucco, nil tho  Hitgnr. Thnt is whnt snch wealth ns  theirs mennn.  No other emolHentft do so much  for pimples, blackheads, red,  rough and oily skin, itching,  scaly scalps, dry, thin nnd falling  hair, chapped hands and shapeless  nniR Thfy dn even more for -skin-  tortured and disfigured infants.  Althmith Oniiour* fto������p ������nd Ointment ������r*  ���������Did byj-lruvftMti nnd <l#������,l(ira mr������rrwli������ir������, ������ llbural  ���������Ample Al *tiih. witli 8!t*|iit,u������ booltloi an tmatrntni  it iWIn Mid litlr, will li* w>nt. txi*i.fr������������, an ������pnll������������������  Uoa to   OUllOUi*," D������Dl. 111. OCMUHI. U. V. A.  .m^><&*<!������im.'*j#������%2fiM'ii^  W^>^iXffJtiitmi^ ���������W4  .i\'J#>  THE    CRESTQN    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.C.  J  /i ffi*.  , ��������� ������>\  y*i  A'W  GET GENEROUS GRANT  TUBERCULOSIS SANITARIUM FOR 1  CALGARY .-    '  DYNAMITE OUTRAGES IN KANSAS  FARMERS APPEAL TO OTTAWA  United States Government Making an  Farmers   Fight to   Unload   Grain  and  Investigation   Into  McManigai's Receive Cars���������Blockade Worse  Information | Than Ever  i ?:  Government Will Aid Woman's Cana- '  dian   Club   to   Buiid   banatarium  Indianapolis, Ind.���������Government officials  who" aro 'co-operating  w.tn  JDis-  ia- itrict Attorney Miller in. conducing the!s������"Ply teniae, aim  ��������� ���������! investigation    ol    the    dynamite -con- -iel m the history oi  Vigorous Campaign  Brings Results i spiracy belore the federal grand jury to   tarmuis  ,    tuL   r>o������..ot*nr,     \ju;h     in+n^.-.y, ilearned from  two-sources  tne  details notning to  '  7/  n DeP"at������������*     W'1'     Interview \   ,   ^ e    losiom m whlch  it is faiud: It hhb  bee  Mr. R. B. Bennett in Calgary vyith ltaat othcls than the McNamara* were 1~"1-   "*   '  - View of Securing Land Grant.  Edmonton.���������A delegation i^from the  Calgary Woman's Canadian club, inducting the piesuUnt, juts. C. A.  Stuart, the, secretary pi the sunitarium  committee, rJVLs. Haiold Riley and  Mrs., ii,. Cruickoliuiik, waiteu  Piemier Sifion and tne res ait of  application was tnat tiie'assistance ofi  Regina, Sask.���������Wheat- blockade conditions  throughout Saskatchewan  aie'  almost without paral-! One  me wost.    Losses '  to   larincis   are   enormous.     Theie   is#-  be gained by hiding iacts. '  en learned tnat at Outlook |  loads   of   wheat   have   been   standing i  ot    tho    elevators for two!  $700,000_MILL -FIRE  ROBIN   HOOD   MILLS   AT   MOOSE  JAW COMPLETE  LOSS  Man   Killed  and  Another  Badly  THE SUNDAY SOHOOL  GREAT INCREASE IN SCHOOLS    ;  The Annual Report of the Department  Has Some Very Interesting J    Information ^ ��������� LESSON XII I.���������FOURTH QUARTER,  Edmonton.���������The fifth annual' report      < "*"*     'FCR'dEC. 24, Oil.  of tlie department of education    was -   , Text of the^ Lesson,  Memory    Verses,  Text,     Luke    ii,-.  Prepared by Rev.  r."Matt.    ii,    1-12.  tl, ... 12���������Golden  -1 i-^-Commentary '  D.  M. Stea'rnsf  "  tarium.  , Tlie. deputation will return to Calgary to inteivicw R. B. Bennett with  a view to secuiing from Uie ijow Dominion government some sucii graiit  oi land as had been promised oy .tlon.  j iaoK,Oliver before the defeat.of the  reform government tins yeur. As the  matter is non-political tneie should be  little difficulty in this, and presto!  The sanitarkun is mora than .half provided for 'within ten months bf the beginning of the campaign inaugurated  by the Woman's Canadian club.  ��������� Premier &ifton has promised that in  the event of the organizations thiough-  out the province taking staps to build  the proposed sanitarium the government will provide ope quarter of the  coht of the building and assistance in  its maintenance at the rate of 35 cents  per day per patient. This is a slightly  different basis from that in some other  provinces.   Ontario contributing  implicated. 'alongside  W. IS. Gdffin, chief of police of Kan- weeks.   At Mortlach, the elevators aie  sas City, Mo., who hud knowledge ot full to the roofs, and the farmers have.  five   explosions   in   Kansas   City   was'*" stand around for days waiting    to j company   was totally destroyed ��������� ~,~",-" ���������:~ v~ :~yr y - ---."  quarterly 1  questioned  about  ceitain  facts which'bave their giain unload.-d.. ^  fa���������1^?*'    ^tl,*ft total  lo^trt'80110?1 ofgan"atwn m tbat part of the * *  it  is  aaid   had  never  b.?en   revealed, i    At  Morse  over    50,0CO    bushels   of ' "* ^J* rccJp[lU*������.%vlth  * ���������fcal l0bb ^, province.    While  the  increase m  the B1"1 **"������  These  explosmns   all   dieted* ngainS grain are piled on the streets and in j ^M    The   blaze  ot  Moo.e  a aw s  number of rooms in operation-during, among a.l  1 ������    ���������     !iTriTi*/.m-.r.r.t     w^phmvoc        Over    one  *"-u emo&t muus>try, which is the largest  ' on t]ie  mill of its kind between Winnipeg and  number j f^ngaiy, formed the most spectacular  oi  farmers   had   been   in   town, for   a!slSbt J" lh������ experience of tiie    gieat 2S7.  mass oi people who witnessed- the oc-  cur.uicc.    Tiie  whole  buildings  were  We cnoose the Cnnstaias lesson for  u   '^structure*, erected bv fhrns emp eying implement    warehouses.       Ov  tuen- non-union men occurred from ii)y)6 to' hundred  loads of grain  were  c" oi  191������- market on Saturday la-ot.    A  tiie provincial government is assuredl    A* not more than two of them wen  ior  a    provincial    uiUuieuxOsis    bum- confess July the woik of Ortie McMam  tfirinm . I gal,  Clnet  (jiiuins  mioimauon     was  gal, Chief lm lilin s mioimauon was  sifted to ascertain who else might  have destroyed the property.  Much important testimony b?a-ing  on. the records tnken from tlie headquarters of the I ntem-iti on al Association of Bridge and S*ruct"r.nl Iron  Workers, was also obtained ftcm Miss  Maiv Dye, who was stenographer for  "     " " Wtrkeis'  ,   tabied in the hou������e by tiie Hon. C������ K  Injured���������The Fire is a Severe Loss  Mitchell, minister ot education.  to Moose Jaw-The Mill Wks One of! Th* rePort siu\ws *hf *$* >*ear 19^ ,  ... -     ' 'greatly surpassed  all former years in |  the Largest in Western Canada��������� j ^ov^_ of organization ol new distrietsj j  No Particulars as to How the Firs'251 bc-mg organized. The remarkable-  Started. \ * |extension oi iailway construction par-'  ,r , _,     ���������_ , .  ,      ,       ...    iticularly thiough the east central part today and  wiil take up tiie-'stuay "in  ft������M,^lseK ^.i hc? Robinhood mills, of the province and the establishment Malachi next" week instead" of''tne  owned by the Saskatchewan Flour ,of smafi towns did much to stimulate auarteriv ,-evLv M- TK MU nfJZ  Mills company, was totally destroyed; Rfthnol nrenm*ntinn in thnt t,������tt nf tbe l00"^ ������e\ie\v.   Malachi feUs of tlie  ng wnose name is to bo great  operation-during among a���������l nations trom the rising of  1909  exceeded   those   111  operating   in'**'1^ surl  W������o tne going down of the  1908 by 18is, the increase in the num- ^ame,   evtn  of  Hnn  wno is  Kjng of  bi^r  for  1910  over  tliat  tor  1909   was 1 kings and Lord of lords '(Mai. i, 11-14;  week tiying to dispose of tlteir grain.  Many had driven in To mnes in  hopes' of returning at once with ne-  cesburp supplies 01 gioceiies. Fanners fought for the priv.l. g������ of unloading even a sleighload of grain, and  mounted police were called upon to  mtiintain order. -*  At Herbert, Rush Lake, and Swift  Current conditions are about as b .d.  At Rouleau over 35J names 01 faim-  WILL HELP  PUBLICITY  the   secretary  in   the   Iron       - .  headquarters  and  as  sucli had  to do  ������rs are on tne car oider  no^k.    Over  with   the   coh-esponcloiice      to   J.   J.'WJO names  are on the  ortlfr  oook  at  McNamara. I "t'n!:'t;, and at one tune it io said tne  number ivached 1000.  Smtnluta, Qu'Appeile, Indian Head,  Mclaggart, Lang, Milejtone ��������� ������nd  many other ixiints are in no better  shape.  Elevator Commissioner Castle has  wired to suspend the provisions of the  grain act aucl has orqered that farmers dispose of two loads each at the  congested points in order that they  may return to tb"i-  homes instead of  Kev. xvn, 14; xix, lt>).   The New Tet.-  During the year covered by the re- tament opens witlx His -record a������ Son  ,.   ,       , ... - -  P������rt authorization  was given  for the of Daviu, fcj'on of Abraham, and closes  timber buiU, and withm an Hour of J issue of school debentmes amounting: wita His title as the'root* and ofi-  the start, the walls of the oatmeal ito -over $-..000,000. ln a number of .epimg ot David (Matt, i, 1; Rov. xxii,  mil , in which the fire originated, top-|caSGS the department found it necet- lo). Among all the kings-mentioned  pled over like so much cardboard, and j sarv to testrain school boards from ' m Matt. 1, 1-11, David is the only  fanned by the wind tho burning emb- raiding as much money as heir opti-'Oiie who is called king, because the  er-. were whirled over the lumber yaidlmism suggested. This is good evi- covenant whs maae witn him and be-  zone. which but for a recently fallen | denee that the taxpayers of the pro-' cause *of bis relation to the Messiah  sheet  of  snow,  would  certainly havevince are  billing    to    spend    money   (II Sam. vii; 1 Chron. xvii; Isa. Iv, 3;  '"-���������*.< I  m  Makes  a Small  Grant to the Western  Canadian    Irrigation  Association  Calgary.���������The  work   to  bt   accomplished by the Western Canada Irrigation association - in the  extensive  ad-  one-!vertisements of Canadian resources in  fifth of the initial cost and 50 cents  . per day per patient, lt is a very gratifying arrangement, however, and in  view of its having been granted so  readily will be regarded as a very delightful Christmas present by the  Woman's Canadian club.  The premier' will bring the matter  before the, government very shortly  and as the opposition members have  already expressed th^ir approval the  measure will doubtless carry.  Iniediately following the passage of  the measure providing for the grant  steps will be taken toward tiie work  of building. The Alberta Medical Association has already promised $3,000  toward the furnishing and equipment  and a canvass will be made for private  subscriptions to provide the other  throe-fourths of the initial cost.  There is a possibility that their may  be two sanitariums, one near Edmonton, and one near Calgary,    lt is understood tHat the Medical association  and tbe Edmonton    Anti-Tuberculosis  society are said to favor the scheme.  u It is possible that an  effort may be  , made to secure a grant from Calgary  J for the local institution.  The Calgary deputation made a very  hurried trip.*to,*the capital ..'recently  and interviewed - the premier bright  and early in the morning. They were  armed with ^petitions whichi. has been  in circulation by the sanitarium com  New York, Ch.cago, and elsewhere has ������aiUng lound day after day for cars.  k���������������������������  rv,o.il +��������� ���������*������������,;+  t>.������  W���������i, *t +v,������  Commissioner Castle   isv doing every-  been made to lissibt the woik of the  department of the interior. Hitheito  the Irrigation. association has been  supported entirely independent of government aid, bpt the iederal government has now expiessed apprjeiation  of the accomplishnv'nts during the  past year in the form of a small grant.  The 'printed reports ot the Western  Canada   'Irrigation    association    have  doing   evtriyy  thing possible news has come that he  has issued imperative instructions for  thirty cars at two or three of the worst  points.  General Superintendent - Scully, - of  the C. P. R. at Moose Jaw, is beseig-  ed with applications for cars  boon added to the great loss  Tlie fire broke out about 5.30, near  the centre of tbe building. The flames  soon caught a fatal hold on the strue  freely for the* purpose    of    providing ��������� ix, 7- Luke i, 32, S3; Acts, xiii, 32-34).  suitable buildings for school purposes.' W a come to this lesson 'and to the les-  While the suppty of qualified teach- > sons of next year with implicit*" Connors  continues to be one  of the  most! deuce in the record and all its state-  \ .  V^c' ������tVd fl?v^r?] om ploy ees had great  seri0us  problems  confronting'the  de-jments���������the supernatural birth," accord-'  i_ " 'partment   conditions   are   reported   to [ing to'i, 18 20; the fulfillment of Isaiah  difficulty m getting out in the darkness, the electric lights immediately  being out of commission.  Millwright Ness, who had just come  out of the hospital after typhoid,  jumped out of. the window for a rope,  missed it, and was Idled. Another  man named Melville was struck on |  the  head  by. a  flying timber   and  is 1  be clearly improving  , A table is given in which comparison is made between the average salaries paid to flr-it and second class  teachers during six years which have  elapsed)since organization of the province.    Salaries  have  boen   advanced  vii, 14, according to verses 22, 23, and  all else, believing also that not only  as Jesus does He deliver 'us from the  wrath to come (I Thess. i, 10), but  tliat Be is able to save His people  from their sins (1, 21). He was fore-  ; ordained beiore the foundation of the  still unconscious.  MANY IN QUEST OF HOMESTEADS  Two Long    Line-, of Waiters    Formed  Up Outside of the Land  Office  Calgary.���������Bdcause two choice homesteads  in the  Calgary    disti ict    w ill,  The farmers talk of sending a large' witoin the next 48 hours,  be thrown  delegation to Ottawa to press for ac-|open for filing by reason of the former  been  published    by    tlw'government }tion b? Premior Borden.   A number of ] locators    foiling    to    complete    their  and contained verbatim reports of the, *Rrm?rs   ������rJL  shipping    quantities   of j duties  on   the   land,   over   tweny-five  jfrom year to year to teachers of both world, r and. when the fullness of tliQ  ���������Masses. Male teachers holding a firM,��������� time 'was come God sent'forth His  class certificate received on the aver-1 Son, made of a woman, made under  age a calary of $741 OS in 1905. This (the law, to redeem them that were  had advanced to $903.55 in 1908, to | under, the law (1 Pet. i, 20; Gal iv,  $1021.98 in 1909,  and $1092.40 in 1910,1 4, 5). -.  a net increase of $350 per year in five! The appearance of .Gabriel to Mary  years Similarly the average salary of, with the-wondeiful-announcement, the  female teachers holding first clnss cer-, worldwide decree which brought Jos-  tific'tos h������s advanced'from ^l'i.es in j eph and ' Mary to ' Bethlehem from  1905  to   $749.78   in  1910.     Salaries  of; Nazareth  at the  appointed  time,  the  papers read at the recent convention  in Calgary as -well as a large number  of photographs and complete statistics  Five hundred of these booklets  which are' handsomely gotten up were  distributed by the delegates to the Irrigation convention in Chicasro last  week when Hon. Mr. Rose, minister of  crown lands for British Co'umbia, addressed the American delegates at  some lenjrth. The C?nadian delegates  ** n banqx-"* ���������������"''  have direct railway connection south  WILL  TEST   WHEELER'S  GRAIN  Thomas   Maynard,   One   of  the   Prize  .Winners of Grain Show Passes  Through Calgary  Calgaiy.���������Thomas Maynard,* winner  of the third > prize in the wneat compe-  were guests at a banquet ana a nine".- ^tion at the land show in New York  eon given bv the Chicago board of con- this year   was in the city on his way  trol during "their sojourn. ���������    !*���������m British Columbia to his home at   I  . ! Delorame, Manitoba.      Althougti   Mr.  PPIOF   np   MEAT  TO  POME   DOWN ' lVlaJrnard is 81 >'ears of aSe and haS re"  PPICE   OF   MfcAT TO  COME   DOWN   gided   Jn    Mamtoba   for   many   yearSj  Thb Beef, Trust May Be Excluded from  European  Army  *  Contracts  Chicago, 111.���������The high cost of liv  ���������;HirTaUOU ������y+'Wltl *%1���������T1UJ? c?"'" ing question, the all omnipotent ques  mittee for some time.   The samtanum t 5L\   f z   striking tbe workinc mar  committee of which Mrs. Wm. Carson tlon trtat lb smKmk tnc worKing mai  is the convener, has conducted a very  energetic <jampaig*B and hns been tire-  less, in  endeavors    to    promote    the  scheme.     '. *     ',    '  World's Record Steel Pipe Order  Calgary ..���������The largest order for steel  pipe ever placed by any firm in tho  world has been let by a Calgary firm  The ~         -   _       -  Co  State:  hundred  gas  order  ���������which  Dresspir 'Manufacturing Co., Br> dford,  Penh.;;AvvillVrun irtto about $3,000,000.-'  There will be 2500 bars, of pipe and  about 300 cars of couplings. Shipment  will commence about Jarii 1,' arid will  be completed inside of six months.  T. A. McAuley, president of the company-, which placed the order, states  that the Canadian Western Natural  Gaa, Light, Heat & Power company  will, start to lay the pipe about April 1.  One,hundred and eighty miles of the'  pipe will be -sixteen inches in diam-  fter.Aftnd -the balance will be, 14, 12,  10, 8,'6/'-.and/.4% jjichos.- .  striking the working man  at his most vulnerable point, solution  in the exclusion of the beef trust from  competing for English army contracts,  and1 the anticipated boycotting of p o-  ducts of -the United States trusts by  the general public of that Isle.  If, as the paclcers fear, that Russia, j show.  Germany,  Italy,   France     and   Japan 1   will follow  the  precedent  established (Salvage for Towing Disabled Steamers  by Britain, is founded upon fact, meat;    Halifax.  N.   S.���������Judge  Drisdall  de  flax to the United States. They do notj men, ranging in ages from 19 to 54,  are standing on the steps of the laud  oflice waiting until the hour on which  the homesteads will be declared open  will come round.  In two long lines flanking the steps,  the prospective settlers are standing.  Each man eyes his neighbor furtively, and at the smallest opportunity  edges in closer to the door to be ready  for the rush which will surely come  when the doors of the land oflice are  thrown open. To outsiders who ask  where the land is the men are either  surly, non-committal,jDr refus? to answer altogether, apparently of the opinion that those enquiring are themselves on the lookout for a choice  location.  Jacob Ennis, a stoutly built German, who held the position nearest  the door, stated that he had already  been at his post 48 hours, day and  night,  and  was prepared to stay  an  teachers holding second class certifi-  eates have advanced on the average  from $620.90 in 1905 o $748 00 .in 1910.  in case, of male teachers, and from  $572.10 to $684.84 in case of female  techers.  ARCHDUKE ABANDONS HIS TITLE  this is his first' trip through the west  He has spent considerable time in the  Okanagan valley and has been investigating   agricultural   conditions     and  fruit farming in that dibtrict.  While in the city Mr. Maynard fee-  cured  samples of the Marquis wheat  grown by Seager Wheeler which won j other 48 if necessary  the $1,000 Shaughnessy prize. He is  not convinced that this wheat is best  for milling purposes but will experiment with it on his Manitoba farm.  He will continue to cultivate his Red  I Fife wheat in anticipation of the next  mess?s������ of the .-ingel to'the soOpherds  with the accoiijpany.n? incidents and'  tne actual birth.at Bethlehem are all  fully told by Luke in his gospel. Our  lebson today touches only the visit of  the wise men from the east while the  Babe and His Mother were still at  Bethlehem. The -title "wise anen"'  takes us back to the birth of Benja-  Young Prince Abandons Title to' min and the death of his mother, the  Marry  Girl   Not  of  Noblo !fto7,of N*omi  and  Ruth,  the shep-  7 R     . I herd days of David- ,  .       , The question, "Where is* He that is  , Vienna.���������Another romance connect- bom King of the Jews?"'takes us back  ed with" the imperial house of Haps-. to the prediction of Mic. v, 2, as  burg is contained 111 the official an- * quoted in lesion versos 5, G, and s'pec-  nouncement,that the Emperor Francis'ially to the saying, "Out of thee  Joseph has placed the Archduke Hemy shall come a governor tnat shall rulte  Ferdinand, brother of - the Princes-s, my people Israel." AU the'cmldren  Louise of Saxony and of Archduke, are taught'that He was Taorn at'Beth-  Leopold Salvatore, "on leave with the'lehem, but who ever hears anything  stoppage of-all emoluments."       * about His. ruling Israel or sitting on  Archduke Henry Ferdinand, who is the throne of David? Yet that is  a ^painter of. court and military life, ,-Avhat Hje came to dorUut.he.has-nev-  has been for some time in Munich.} er yet done it. Ab truly as He was  He has* desired for a-long period to j born at Bethlehem He.will'yet reign  abandon his rank and title in the same 1 over Israel, according to Jer. xxiii,  -way as  Archduke John  Orth.    Arch-:5,, 6; Exek.- xxxvii, *21; Gabriel's mes-  other 48 if necessary   in   order to be duke Leopold, Salvatore and more re-! sage in Luke i, 32,. 33; His own word  first at the door when it is opened. cently Archduke 'Ferdinand v Charles,|rto His disciples in' Luke xxii, 30,'and  ITALIANS STOP PICTURE SHOW  Montreal   House   Gave    the     Italians  Soldiers  Worst  of the  Pictures '    -  Montreal.���������Moving       picture    iilj*us  that have  been    cusing    trouble  in  in order, as is reported, that he might the propheL* every where.-   The Scrip  ..    i������-:-i.    ~*-i    1.-1 = 1-    -  tQre   must    be   fulfil!edj    flnd   nQ   otllej"  meaning oan be honestly given i to  these plain words.1 The visit of these  wise men from the''.east, to worship  the King>of-tha Jews' and to bring  Him their gifts reminds us of the  visit of the Queen of .Shebar and all  ' the kings of the ea,rth to Solomon and  marr,y a Munich  girl belonging to a*  family not of noble rank.  Finding this to be difficult, the archduke has taken the easier course of  throwing up his military career.  36   KILLED   IN   MEXICAN   'QUAKE  Terrible  Disaster Caused  by the   Up-; their  great  gifts  to   him  #<II--ehron  heayal   in the Coluna !.xJ_i"9.;_ ^ciii'..24)   a"J'Points Us on  Province  cared to openly voice their vie ws,  gloomy, from ��������� a board <3f trade standpoint, as they have all through acknowledged the situation is a serious  'b'he. ','"V'    .'.-'���������������������������'-."-     ���������'''���������������������������'���������. '*.',���������.'���������'  C. & E.  ISSUING BONDS  To Extend the Road From the End of  Stettler Branch and Other  Expenditure  '������������������ Ottawa.���������-A special meeting of the  Calgary & Edmonton , Railway company will be held at the head oflice  of the company in Montreal on Tues  Change In Training pf Militia' Otfflcors  ,Ottowrf.~Hon.' Sam Hughes, minister of, ;mJi.tin, Tiaa- decided upon a  changb^ih tneAByiterh ,<ott training for  officers and hdn-commivBionod ofll������crs,  whieli 'is calculated��������� tp' lead to hotter  results,' ;'���������'������������������'*..' ���������', .',-'���������'. :������������������"���������������������������.'..;, : X-''y ���������.���������  Up to the prcjscnt timo it hiia * been  tho iouatom to have officers gather at  a fow leading pointa to receive in&truci  tions.    Undor thfi, rihw. system,  It is  , propoued to send inHtructorn, of whom  there, are. six sor seven available, to  places where th.cy arc required, in or-  dfir to give officers of local regiments  tho nocessary instructions to qualify  them for their duties.  Under tho now sy&tcm it-Is anticipated that ii groator number of officers  will, recoivo instructions onoh year,  nnd.tno cost will bo less than under  tho present system Vof maintaining  schools at certain point*.   Tho cost to  : officers. will, ixlno be reduced,, hecauso  ,thoy will not bo called upon to leave  their liomcf*. ,. ,-,    *   ��������� ,  steamer-:, from���������"bff the Sable Island to  off Halifax Haibor. The judge awarded $12,500.  In the,case of the MacKay.Bennett  claim for $10,000 for agBiatirig 111 the  tow ifrom off tlie harbor,; thtf iitdge  awarded $6,000. Of the above $1,500  goes to the 'Owners of the'VErigerie nind  $2,000 to the captain and crew; $500  goes to' the owners of the MacKay  Bennett and $1G0 to the captain.  giving the Turks all the best of the  actual fighting. >,.-':' ;'���������'       ( v  The proprietor    of    "Starland,"    a  Mexico  City,���������At     least    thirty-six  '���������.! persons were killed in Coiuna province  j by, ah :eartliquake of vioiunt intensity*,  according ^o  reports    received    liei'e.  Thirteeny persons  wore .reported  dead  from "'-'falling'   walls    in    Cuernavacii,  ward to the time of the 'kingdom*  when all nations bhall bring their  wealth and their gifts to Israel (Isa.  Ix, 1-7). The words of Gabriel to  Mary, ",The Lord God shftll gjveAurito'  Him the throne of his father;' David,  and He shall joign overMhehbuBe of  Jacob   forever,   aiid   of   His   kingdom  mWing picture-show on-'Stfy^  Boulevard   exhibited the nictures fbr>pa.   The shocks cume    shortly    alter must be literally...fulfilled... Then "all  Germans Make Another Discovery  Cologne.���������The Rhenish Westphalian  Zeitung publishes a story of an, alleg-  day. Jan. 16. 1912. to consider the ex- ^lBeS^nd,f" ft���������,���������������1!?nt^X,?m^'  norlienev Of orpntina and iasuinff'Grent Britain to blow Up \VllholmH-  peaiency   01   creating     anu    issuing lin.m���������    m,��������� 7Bit���������nB nwi<M������������c'*A Vinvo  Bbulevard, exhibited the pictures for  a short time. As sooii aa the Italian  population got word of what was going on a crowd of young 'Italians rushed the theatre, tore down all the advertising sigm depicting the .. scenes  from the war, ousted ihe "ushers, and  fought their way to the proprietor,  forcing him fo stop the perforfmance.  The indignant Italians will also ask  the Italian consul to,take the matter  UP'-". V' ���������        .:���������".���������'..  noon and were a prooeded and succeed- the ends of- the world 'shall remember  ed by eruptions from several craters  long thought to be extinct. .The, quake  caused'-''.a near-panic here. Hundrels  rushed to tlie Zocalaj where.' they, ran  aimlessly about or fell on their knees  in. prayer  and turn lintothc Lord, and all the  kindreds of the nations shall worship  before  theo.   for  tlui,' kimrdbm   is  lhe'  Lbrd's nnd He is the governor among  the nations" (Ps. xxii, 27, 28).  The star thiitvguidedvtliese wisehiou  V.,1,1 '  National Insurance BUI Pnatoa  Londbrt.���������-The' Houso of Lotds recently passed tho national insurance  bill, providing for compulsory insurance against sickness and unemployment of the -working cln3Rcs through  lt������ tlilrd and final' joj-tding. ,*������������������;;.'.  Tbo bl|l iiow is practically eomplot-  p<l, only requiring to pass Uirough tin*  formlility of, recoiving the King's as-  ��������� Ont. 'AJ> ���������������������������:'.     '\   .''.,.  bonds of the cbmpahy; in respect of  the extension of its Lacombe branch,  a distance Of one hundred and twenty  five miles cast from 'the eastern end  of the one hundred mile section in respect, of which the issue of bonds has  already been authorise^,' ahd,''bridge  bonds" of the company in respect of  the branch lino of its railway from':  Strathcona to Edmonton inohiding a  lilgh-levol bridge ovor the Saskatchewan river and its approaches.  >t-   ������������������hwwihiiw ��������� 1 ��������������������������������������������������������������� ���������  Hinddoo Will Send for Their Wlvos  Ottawa.-r-Tho delegation of Hincfoos  from British Columbia who have been  waiting (for a reply to thoir t-uqubst of  the Government that thoy be allowed  to bring in, thoir wives and ohildren  and alHo'that the present restrictions  bo lower-d,'got ������ flnnl' answer from" ffir ��������� ' wh%r  Hon. Robt. Rogers. K'^!- .whosi  Tho Hindiibtt already in this country  arc to, bo SllbSvocl'. to bring, in' their  fumilios, undo\������,Y",'strict. , regulations  which onll forv^jJOQ and n continuous  pdsaagc from India will be kept in  force. ' The rriihi'stbr of the interior  also told the delegation he would send  a man to the coast to make a thorough  study of;tho whole problem.  haven. The Zeitung professes to have  received its information ..from one of  the best informed officials, who said  that tho postal authorities... becoming  suspicious of repeated" riibney orders in  favor of deck offioers and chief mates,  finally seized somo of the letters passing through the* postal department.  This showed that the pianB of the entrance to Wilhelm&haven war harbor  as well as plans of the water supply  was tho contents,of the secret code  book which had been betrayed to the  British admiralty.        '  Juror In tho Hydo Trial Goes Insane  -Kansas City, Mo.~5Doclaring that ho  had bilon wandering Uirough the country for, four days: iii'search' ol fresh  airi and freedom from confining walls  and staring eyes, HarryVWaldion, tho  ���������-----��������� ���������I----,    escape , last    Sunday  Prlsonor  Jumped  Out  of  Trajn  Saskatoon.���������A prisoner facing a two-  yeiir sentence for horse Mealing aud  being .taken north on the 0.  N. 11  Telegraph and telephone wire were  nmHt have been a supfrnaturahliglit,  *        *  *i..-.~* ������- as no ordinary star would guide to a  house -andNremuin ., over tne house  (verse 9); .Wb ciin only wonder why  with, such guidaiftsc they should turn  iiside to Herod and thus be unwitting-,  ly tho cause of the death of so many  little childien'(vers'S 18-18), but there  was, a yiuliilh'nent of, prbphecy,i in it.  snapjied and for a time this 'city was  without A'light tind electric power on  account of the breaking-*o'f ^cables, but  aside from the crushing of .the adobe  walls no serious dumage was! done. V'  Britain  Buys  Much from'Beef Trust  Chicago.���������J.   Amour,   president ol  t"rain oTiutui^ayTwhYlo"tlie train was. tho^Rio Grande company^said receiit-1 Hnvirig found the chltdi-^hfey-"opened  running between Uundur and Hanley,'*Y tll,,t tl,e contract* of :the indiclodi their itreusures and offered,unto,Him   ���������������������������������������������  suddenly Jumped up and evading tne  mounted podceinan >vno had clm.geof  bim, ran out of the coach und plunged  bead-foremost from the steps. The  train.,wns running at about thirty-five  milos an hour ut the time, and the  prisoner jumped'nt a point where' the  road bed ia considerably built up. He  plunged down the bank, bis hoad  striking somo stones, being Vi^ed up  unoonsoiotis aftor the train had been  brought to a stop. His nose was fractured  and ho also    suffered from a  American prickers with, \tbe _.��������� British  army, estimated roughly7' lilod"amount,  ed to between $15,000,000-iind $20,000,-  000 annually. V , ;  ��������� Mr. * Armour said he 'hud no idea  whether other countries contemplated  action similar to that taken by 'England, v  "Inuring the Boor war.mhd onone  or more other occasions," said Mr.  Armour, "The contracts of the American packers with' Ungland' amounted  to moro than '$20,000,000 annually, if I  number of bad bruises   but soon was'ronihi,il)t,r oorr,'otly."     Theso   figures,'every v   ���������..    ,.      1-ovTvod i^nd w^ howeverynre simply rough estimates great salvation. "   iVhave'bHon'boen  their gifts���������gold, and frankincense and  myrrhA, "People^are"today giving largely to so called good worlw,; buildings,  Iibrnrics ,aijd  many scUeinii-**: for tb������. ���������  betti-rmen^ ot the-wbrld i" hbr beai-viiig  God boncerning 'this wrirld    that it  lieth'in tho .wicked j������\o and is awaiting judgmont and must pns������, through  tin; ili-e of GOd's wrath' before there  can be nny renl betterment. v���������What is  needed is that His own people should  open to Him'������������������ their treasures of time  nnd-talent and money, to make known  ryjvhere the glad tidings   bl   His  journey through lo Prince Albert.  Paper* Mutt Pay  Ottawa.���������Hon. L. P. Pollltier hns  d������cido<L lo collect payment from nil  nowRpniwrn for onrrying of campaign  iiiauca cent to pcr-iona oilier than regular aubscriher. Hon. Hodolpho Lorn-  4*ytx remittod ��������� tbesft charges but Mr  P^llitler bellovoa they ahould be completed nnd Ia now notifying alt newspapers to thin effeot,  MUhnp nt. Ooal Mines nt Hoamer  Fernie, JB.O.���������Tho frame building  over tbo hoisting power plant at the  Hosmor conl mines burned down recently. It is not known how long this  mishap will dolny oporntions at tho  mine*. Tbo building wns n very  slightly, constructed woodon affnlr nnd  the extent of damngo to tho miichin-  cry will not bo known for >ri day or  two. If new machinery nnd cn'ginrn  hnvo to bo provided sovornl weeks will  elapse before" the mlno ban- be bpor-  ntcd, '  Tbo loss is small and no ono waa Injured by tho accident.  blocked the prbgrpss,'.bl tho second  trial; of Dr. B. Clark Hyde, charged  witb the murdor of Colonel Swppo, appeared in "court to give nh cxplana-i  tlon. " Ho was brought boforo the  judge by his wife, and after much deliberation, tho judge yannounced ho  would dismiss the jury on account of  Waldron's mental incompetency.   ���������"���������" ;   ', 1    . ���������   . i.  Grain Grower*'. Export Company  Ottnwn. ��������� Incorporation has been  granted to Grnln Growers' Kxport  company of Winnipeg with n cupitnl  stock of ono quarter of a million dollars. The provislonnl directors nro:  W. Q. Hall. JTon WHalit, W. T. Tru������-  mnn, W. Hollnnd, T. W, Robinson  nnd E. Smith, all of Winnipeg.  Rig Mormy Prl������������* OK������r*d Aviatnra  T/indon.���������Tho British wnr Office nn������  noune*a *ever������l pritea for competition  by military aeroplanes. The prhos aro  Threo-Hour Battle���������Robot a Defentod  Mexico Clty.r-Roports, of thrco  hours fighting between federal troops  and rebels near Mlor, on the border of  the United States,' .have reached here.  Small fores ooniing in from the United  States were routed by the seventeenth  regiment of federal troops. News came  here fro:n Cnmargo. state of Tamnuli-  pas. under date of December 12. The nor  dnto of the fight was not mentioned,  Tho rebels fled ofter the fight, lenving  seven dead.  made off-hundodly.  Missions Burned by Boxer Mob  Amoy, China.���������Extreme anti-foreign 3n<' ������?. W w������  feeling exists at Ghing Hu, where ilievcd tb<it we  ISnglisli and Uomnn Catholic mission onv -worle' for  helped by noting that before Joseph  and   Mary   were  ff-nt.  to  Egypt  with  tlie Child' (verso 13) the money wns on  blind to go with, and I have long be-  hnve no right to begin  ._.   tbo  Lord  or take {any  buildings were burned in Fo Kien by Journey for Him untllHe provides for  n boxer mob. A large number of plncJ ������V or ?lnK0B.lt;;V<S? T*,,Bin'" fer wh^  ards,threatening foreigriom have beon!"1! PUttoth forth His sheep Hp,Bootf*.  posted all over the town.      * before them,    we need to remember  Yuan Hung Kwnch, mimnry gover- h,������0' ���������"������������������*��������� the.money they journeyed  of south Fo TChMi hnn mint a-ro. ������" was the Child's money,  quest to the foreign consuls to. recall  r,'V..  ��������� tf:\  Wounded. WhiU Watching a BnttU  Snn Frnnoisco.���������Raymond Kepler,  nn Amorlcnn mbslonnry who wuh  wounded while watching the bnttle of,  Hiinkow, and Mrs, Anna Stuurt with  hor dnughters, MIhhos Annn, Vera arid  A ley Btunrt, who were oompell^d to  floe from China, hnvo arrived h������ro,  Kop>r was Hbot throuuli the face  while  wltncslng  tho battle  nnd nuf-  all miHsionaries in the province of  Amoy us tho, Authorities cannot as-  Jiumo, nny renponslbillty for tho, lives  of those missionaries in tho interior.  $&������.6o6"iwl 110,000 ronpootiveiy, oponlfered faoraipnfnlyslB.   He la on routo  " Ito Baltlruoro to consult upcclalltU.  to Uie world.  Winnipeg Policeman Exonerated  Wlnnipi-g.���������The report of the board  of commiHHtonerM 011 the.case of Constable" Webster, charged with abusing  n c!muW'<ur, whom he wns nrro-'tlug n  few weekn ago, was hnnded out recent.  ly, exonerutlna the conatftblo on account of the filthy Inngungo used by  the chnuffeur and the determined ro  alatnnce offered to hia orrcst.  Xh;.  The British House Quietly Prorogues  I������bhdoh.���������This Jioiises of parlinmerit  wore prorogued nnd wilU r^aflseinblo  oij., FVepruiiry, H,, T)>^ king'* sjiei-oli  wns rend in the bonne of lords before  it am nl I gathering of tueinhi-rs ofi this  two; houses, , It was brief und, cob)*.  less, merely expriMwlnu hiipplneHS, nt  tho conclusion of the Mbrocbnh n������������g<t.  tintlnpw hi������1wef������n Frnueo nud G������r-  many, nnd otherwise denlinv lihnost  Milely 'with relief 'ti* h renult of ritc'cht  domestic legislation and soeinl amelioration to be expected from Its nmonib  ment.  ���������/:  ^  ���������;-   M PF  #  ���������Mi  m  mw....  p$.  w  It'":-  p  II.  |M v  Wtx  IP  1'  it-''  A  $&'  is  JtV^  K  |Sy  te  Pf  W  Iff-  k'  M  y^'S^^ZXi&J&Ufr'^&M^  ���������iWM^wiTTrtCNWv!^  ���������fnffi'WhJ'3^'.������rv'..fc*.1 ���������  IS  I7  IS'-.  tv  THE   CRESXONvIl^VIEW,   CItESTON- a& C,v  liiwn������ ihtm������\f*itMitmt*t2,i,  The Creston *RevieH&  y&ttrirr?&siis!ax*se������ji^ *rtr*.CQj������<Mftracigag*������i,aocacy'r?c*'atf  Slibliahed every   Friday at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Oreston Printing aud Pub is hing Company,  Ohbwbb I*. Wynn  Editor and Manager.  Tfee Review is tbe acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, cir-  colating ia over one thousand homes throughout the Oreston distriot and  reaching oat in a broad manner into other communities. Our advertising rates  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers' Board of Trade.  Land purohase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time.    Display adver-  . tisements. $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  *u������d 5 cents per Jine in -raoceeding weeks.   Subscription rates $'2.00 a year in  , advance. Onr columns are open to contributions dealing ih matters of local interest and the welfare of the community. Contributions must be brief and  signed.  THE BRAVEST DAY OF ALL THE  YEAR  While passing days are short and cold and drear,  While nights are long, the longest of the year,  While cruel   winter solrice  reigns supreme  0*er earth and air, o'er field and wood and stream*  Glad Christmas comes with glowing heart of cheer,  The brightest, bravest day of  all   the  year.  The old star and its wonderful story of "Peace on earth,  good will to men" never grows old. Once each year the King  of Ynle goes abroad over all lands and it is a season of jollity and mirth, of rest and enjoyment, of renewals of friendships and of family reunions. Christmas Day 'is the festival  of the home - the great human festival. It is a day given over to the heart ��������� His love coming on earth to be spread lavishly through human kindness.     On this day  above all days  His love is behind all things - His love, his good will must  enlarge our thoughts and give tenderness to our afflictions.  But Christmas is not a season of tears. It is one of joy.  The cares of life are usually forgotten; families separated for  the year try to reunite and mingle together around the home  fireside again; friends and relatives  scattered by circumstance  of fortune far from the home circle remember each other by  present or at least in thoughts.     Year after year the Christmas season preaches to us of the gladness which can belong  to the humblest home.   A little thought, a little jollity, an  interchange of joys and knowledge���������these bind together  the  home circles with a true feeling of comradship on  Christmas Day.    Man may find joy in his work, in the thiugs that  bloom, in riches - but on this day he finds that keener than  the joys of  these is the one joy-that winch comes   of being  surrounded by his own flesh and blood.    Human can  bring  to human a gladness which no flower, no riches  or   fruit of  %oi man's hand can bring.    Much of the pain and sorrow of  4ifesmany of the daily troubles  would   be prevented   if the  ^Christmas spirit-this joy and jollity of human with human a-  fi round the fireside-were allowed to pervade the life of the in-  vidual and of the community  throughout the  year.     Thia  Christmas spirit should de a rebuke and still an inspiration  i ���������  The Creston Review has undergone some changes since  last Christmas and in wishing the citizens of thi-; broad Valley and the hundreds of readers outside its limits, the compliments of the season we desire to predict a prosperou  year for the Valley. We will endeavor to produce a paper  which will grow better every week anb one which will be  worthy of entering your homes as a news conveyance and a  chronicle of events as they transpire. We will continue  working for the good of Creston Valley without fear or favor in our discussions of its common good and we earnestly  kope for the support of the citizens. We are looking forward into the new year confident of this support and encouragement and we will give our unqualified  strength to any and all who have the welfare of the Valley  as a whole at hea.t. Again we desire to wish you a  MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR'  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.  The Leading  Hotel of the  Frnit    Belt  Our   Guests  Call   cAgain  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, .Tourists  and Commercials.  J. B. Moran  PUBLIC  ran  ��������� (!���������  RAILWAY  ���������S-B  sssa  WYNNDEL TO HAVE  ASSISTED SCHOOL  Chlldrsui Of Two Localities Will Soon  Have Place Of InstructUta  fltar To Houses  Tho residents of Wynndel will soon  have an assisted school if tho plans  now under way work out. There aro  enough children In the aoction to -warrant an assisted school and at present  the children have to walk to the school  at the Alice elding, some of the littlo  ones coming all the way from Duck  Oreek.  Tbere are almost enough children in  the district to warrant a public school  but just at present the citizens aro not  in a position to support one In proper  shape. By getting an assisted school  established the teacher will receive a  salary from the government and the  ���������NMldsnta will care for the school pro.  party.  The government will also sup  ply all maps and such supplies necessary for the instruction of the children  It is expected that tho mill thoro will  start up in full working ordor noxt  spring and thon thero will boa largo  numbor of children como In with tho  sawmill men. Wbon the Wynndol  school is established the children from  Duok Oreok will attond the classes  thero and will bo saved a couplo mllo  walk,  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Christ Ohuroh  Doo. 24th (4th Sunday in Advent)  Matin's, Litany fiormon 11 am.  Eriokson School Houao 3 p. nr  Sunday rkshool 8 p.m.  Evensong, Sermon 7:RCpm  Doo. 86th (Christmas Day)  Holy Communion 8 am.  Matins, Holy Communion     it a, m.  Philip 0. Hayman, (Vioar.)  II. LamouL iwLuiuml tvoui a trip U>  Boaalsud and Trail Wednesday.  To The Editor of the Creston Review.  Dear Sir;���������  I have read with much interest your double column  front page story and your editorial comments iu the Creston Review on the trunk road  through the Dominion of  Canada and I want to thank  you heartily for the work you  are doing in connection  with  UilV    -*_sCbl_lCt.VJ.XCbJ.X   AllgUWaV    fclll/V'C"''  ment. y  If every newspaper editor  in the West were adaptive jls  you have beena in corinefctibn  with this highway scheme we  could look forward to having  this road completed within  two years. The education of  the general pudlic is greatly  to be desired and this can  only be achieved by the active co-operation of the newspapers.  Again thanking you for the  kind assistance you are giving us in this movement, I  am,  Yours very truly,  W. J. Kerr, President,  Canadian Highway Associa-  lion.  cAmm  Low Round Trip Rates  TO  ���������>.. \������.������  and Maritime  Provinces  Tkicets on sale December 1st to December Slst, inclusive, good to return  within three months. 7  Tickets  issued  in  connection* with  Atlantic   Steamships will be ory sale  from Nevember 10th to December 31st,  inclusive, and limited to five -month  from date of issue.  Finest  equipment,  Standard First-  Class and Tourist Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars on all through trains.  ��������� Compartment  Library Observation  Car on "Imperial Limited."J  Cut Glass, China, Perfume,  Chocolate in Fancy Boxes  Glove Boxes,       Toilet   Sets,, Books,  Manicure Sets       Picture Frames  Ink Stands Fancy Clocks       Jardinieres  Candle Sticks Post Card- ~  Albums Atomizers       Fancy Stationery  For Genttemon  Leather Collar Boxes *Books  Fancy Buttons for 'Vests,  Wallets Inkstands  King Cutter Razors  Gillette Razors Shaving cMirrors  '4*  Military Brushes  Travelling Sets Thermos Flasks  Razor Straps  Shading Brushes bha'bing Set*  Tobacco Zfars        Pipe ^acks  t*������  1W  Save this list for aid in  selecting.  jMk  Creston Drug&Book Co.  Phone.51  i*t*  Term registration 21, average attendance 18. Class V. Names in order  of merit; Bertha Hurry 77%, Roy  Stocks 71, Vera Huseroft 70, Molva  Cagtwright ��������� 07, Capitola Hiclcuy 02,  IDfflo Arrowsmith 60, Ethel Huseroft  08, Ella Dow 67, Gertrudo Knott 67,  Laura Edmundson AS, William Hall  ���������15 and Georgian, Cartwright M%.  Elsie Hendron has talc on no oxnmlun-  tlons. Class IV. Names in ordor of  merit; Alice Heath 08%, Jenny Nlch-  ols 05%, Alexander LIdgato 04, BmbbIo  Hurry 01, Andrew Patterson 68, Stanley Hendren 61, Frank PattorHon 61,  and Albert Arrowsmith 40%,  E. V Danard.  Starker &Go.  Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  denoml Oommlaalon Merchant*  NELSON       -        B.C.  ��������� rrnnnf ruinm "iitr ���������nmnrinrrvirnr  mriii  mi  n  Scobeir* Liquor, Tobacco"  -and Drua: Cur������ ffiftAtt  Alcohol, Tobacco and Omw, It counteract! tht  mffeeta ajmoat itmtarmy���������ramoveaail cravingr,  Alter takiiur tha treatment thero will never be any  uaad to drink Intoxleanta or uaa druga again. Can  ha trlvan ���������wrvHly,   W������ hav* vat to huar of on*  &&$&$&&&���������  ���������Sj^B^aSHBS^BBjlS# SJ|SajS������SjfJ| ^I**^sbjb^ a^MP ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^p ^r^m^m  A pply to nearest G. P. R. Agent ��������� for  full information, or���������  R. G. McNEILLIE,  District Passenger    Agent,  y   Calgary, Alta.  Bracelet  WATCHES  made in a wide variety of styles  anil in several sinus, are just us accurate,  just as durable as the larger Omegas.  For Ladiea For Gentlemen  New line of $1 Iugcr-'rill vvntcln<n mid  $1 Olockfif. Complete Btdck of jowelr.v,  Bouvenir epoonn eto.  Ja Ea Howarttia  SYN-oraia ok o\Nj\pian north.  WJCBT  MINING UISHULA-noSB  COA.L���������Cnnl mlnlnu rltfliiH amy ho icnaou  for twonCy.onu yearn, i-onowublu ut, uu an nun  renUvl or������l an uoro. Not, moro tlinn a,Silo ao-  lea can boJoiiNod tonne ajipllcnnf,.  Itoyallj  Ilvo oonlH jior ton,  In unutifvoycd tm*rlior>  tbo tmot munt, hofitniciia out by tbo appl'l'  o.ihtln poiMon, ivhrt iidrminal nppllouilon \<  tho AKont op mib-ABfintof Ooinlnion r,in,b  lor tho dlHtrloMniiHtln ,:vll ciihoh bo miuloan  tho rontal for thu llrut yonr mtiHt bo paid to  Iho  nRont xvllhln   thirty duyn nftoi- Hlln^  uppllcutloii  QUAUT/~a person ������i|whtnon yoara of ntco  and ovor, bavliitf mmlOH dlwcovory moy locate A Olivlm 1.500 fuutbyl.fiOO. K������n, $5. A  loaat lioo nuiat bo expended on tho olaltn  ������>nohy������������ror p,-tid to tho Mining Uooordir,  Whon 1600,0 i1WH |jr,en ���������x,,���������n,]etl or ptt|d un  other roqulrnnonta compiled with, tho olalu-  inaybopuroliaiindnlil nn ruiro. '  PLAOKH   MINING   OljAIMHinro 8 0 f.i t  loniand from l.ooo to 2,000 lout wide,  Kntry  frto SO.   Not U'M thnn 9100 inuHt lm expended  lnd������v������lop������<nioiitwork������iiu<li yenr.  I    DIIlflliaiNO.���������Two iwiMfH oi ilvo ml Inn <*ih<i  I orarlvar may bu InmuiuI toonoitppiloaiit In  mini.   Hrtyalt:    '  t**r.ccort������ tw,W>  I     lt     W.W.OOUY,  Deputy Minuter of tha Interior.  ot ao y<*urw.   liontiil. 010 u mllo por in  hum.. H'������y''jty.a,t{;pi)iiuintartoi' tho outpu  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  Ail class of rURNOUTS supplied at short notice.   The' latest .styles of  CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack horses a  Speciality.  Feed for sale.      Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Co.      Horses for sale  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, nnd meet all trains  at any honr of the day or night.   Oomaiercinl men and landseeke'rs, will  receive prompt attention "     '      '  H.S. McGreathrProp  %  Ob  m  <���������*���������  ito  W  &  t^jj  ���������as  ft  ������&'���������'  I  Phone 56  Sirdnr Avenue  BoiU  There Is only ono right way to learn how to mleo poultry, and mako  it pay from tho start, and that ia to learn from experts who have.been  through it all, - y  This in exactly the kind of instruetlon tho International Correspondence Schools offer you. This is NOT a book schomo, but a home Courao  of practical/lessons, representing tho Hfolong experience of tho most successful poultry raisers in-tho world.   a������ ���������������������������'(���������    '   ���������      '  The Cjmrse includes ovory thing pertaining to auccoBsftd poultry'  raisingr. How to ooloct most profltable breeds; fcoding: marketing eggs  and poultry fpr proQtj natural and artificial brooding; natural and artt-  aclnl incubation; laying,'hens; combination plant; poultry appliances;'  enemies of poultry; diseases of poultry; poultry houses and management;  turkeys; water fowls; Squabs; etc., etc. ~r  ,,    '  w Wbat makes tluv Courso particularly valuable Is tho fact tliat, the  I. C.*S. Is associated w}th the largest poultry farm In the world-wtho  colebretod Rancocas Farm, at Wrown's Mills, rn-tho-Pines, N. j., famous  for its fine Rancocas Leghorn and DAY-OLD-CHIX, and where 30,000  oggs aro markotcd every wcok,  ��������� ���������'������������������ The I; C. S. has spent thousands of dollars In preparing this Course���������  the only ono of ito Vklnd���������a Cot "  that you can master ond apt'  your own homo, whothor you live In  the city, suburbs, or country, and  that equips you to handle a few hens  or manage a large poultry farm.  This Courpo will help you just aa tho  many othor I. C. S. Courses have  helped thousands of men and women  in other walks of life,   y  Tho attached coupon will bring  you descriptive circular of this great  Poultry-Raising Courso. Pill it in  and mall it today.  Mi-aaaaaaaaaMNMMNMaaMMiMai^^  IaieraslIonalCorreapoadeacs Schools ���������  Dox 888, Scranton, Ta. t  ri.ki* t.ad nie Un, ������id wllkoiit luttk.r J  ���������bllgMlo* oa ny ptn, cl������������uUt d.icilblac taa, *  roullrylULIac Court*, ,  ������'-  '     '��������� '���������  St. d*JV������,.  Cihm  .SfUm  V  *  l\  %  v*  <������^WMti' CRESTON   REVIEW,    CRESTON,   B. C.  uN HOTEL  ' W. BU.RTOM, Proprietor  ���������THE   HOME  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  This Hotel is one of the  best known and popular  Hotels in  the   Kootenays.  The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with only the best brand  of goods.  WmmmmaaaammammamTm -\mirmamamamKmaamtmmmamaBmmmmi^mammmmum  i f  Creston, B.C.  1 liM 7 GET HURT  Look out you may be the 1 in 7  ���������a������a������SBBB**s������������)B*BSBa*a]-a������SBSiBBWasB������BB^  Five dollars a year invested in an Ocean Accident policy will give you  $1,000 worth of protection on your life, on your hands, on your feet and  on your eyes.   Loss of one band or foot hrings you $500.  Policy Cavers Everything  Hospital fees, medical treatment, surgical fees, identification-every-  . teing is taken care of,   Tnirty-two, diseases,���������all the worst ones-are included in the indemities.   The Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation, Ltd., offers you an insurance of worth and unsurpassed liberality  Let us explain its advantages to you.  GUY    LOWENBERG  Phone No. 1 CRESTON,   B.C PO- Box S3  \tt  DRINK  Wm Km Brown  THE   RELIABLE   BLACKSMITH  .Has opened up^ again at5the  , old stand, near* the Merca&r  tile Store.  Gene rat Blacksmith  Work and Horse  Shoeing |  ���������  A. Mirabeili  he Cre ��������� ton Shoemaker  ^������������������������* ���������-     ��������� i   ���������      ���������   i- ��������� i- ��������� -      ��������������������������� -������������������   i - -  Saddle and  Harness   Repairing  A SPECIALTY  on Hand  A complete stock of  Fresh Beef,Veal, Mutton,  Lamb and Pork,  Sausage, any kind  ' --  >- ':        ~ .  Hams and Bacon, Butter  and   Eggs,   Lard,    Beef  Dripping, Etc.  *  Fresh Fish every Friday.  Smoked Fish all the time.  Our Smoked Salmon, and  Halibut is choice.  P. BURNS & Go.  Limit od  CRESTON       -      B.C.  SELECTW.W.  Farmers   Institute  Votes  To  Send  Rancher To  Victoria  The Farmers Institute at its monthly  meeting Friday night voted to send W.  W. Pease as delegate to the Annual Farmers Institute convention to be held Jn  Victoria on January 25 and 26, Mr.  Pease has a oouple of resolutions which  he will bring before the. general body  and his selection as Oreston's representative at the convention is looked npon  with muoh favor.  The Institute members discussed the  xnoorporation plan from many sides but  arrived at no definite conclusions, these  being left for the commiitees to work  out before the annual meetings of the  ranohers next month. *-���������  PROFESSIONAL  DENTISTRY  H. E. HALL D, D, S.  Office   over   Frank Parks Hardware  ritore���������Baker Street.  ���������**  CRANBROOK,  B. C,  All changes of ads. must be handed in  at   the Review -Office not later than  ednesday noon in each week.  FOB  SALE���������One acre on right  of  way in Creston Townsite, Blk. 21, Lot  525 price $1300.   Also blocks 24 and 20  adjoining for sale.   Mrs. F. E. Johhs,  Suite 2 Western Blk. Calgary, Aid.  18-4t  ���������Gents clothes cleaned, pressed and  repaired.   Miss H. M. French.  r    18 4t  NOTICE   OF   PETITION  To whom it may concern, a. number  of Citizens in Creston, Erickson, Canyon City, and Alice Siding districts,  districts that are located in the Kootenay Valley B, C. believe the time is  ripe to form a municipality of said  districts; to this end after thirty (30)  days from date petitions will be taken  round the said distcicts to receive the  signatures of property owners on the  matter,  On behalf of interested parties.  Dec. 14,1911 Walter V. Jackson.  GUY   LOWENBERG  Consulting Engineer  CRESTON  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG &  \-.o.  Real Estate and Insurance,  HOUSES TO RENT  2RESTON     -  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  BEAL ESTATE, Eto,  rRAIL  B.C.  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  StTuVSTCB ASV   ASCETSSCT  Plans and Specifications  CRESTON -       -       - B.C.  ORGHARD/STSf  The Fresfif Valley Nurseries, Ltd,  ALOERG ROV EC,   B.C.  Have The Finest  Home=Qrown Nursery Stock  Including Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries, etc.  FOR   FULL  Write���������  RICHABD McCOMB,  General Manager,  Abergrove, B.C.  PARTICULARS,  Ob See���������  TAS. COMPTON,  Local Agent,  Creston, B.C  BBS  ������*������lW-'A-A,A*'^'^V'^*A*-W-������V-'*WV?w^VM-wV  The Creston Barber Shop  Billiards and Pool  jftjftja   Room   e5vs*v<sw  Cigars and Cigarettes  Hot or Cold Baths  At Any Honr  Razors Ground and Set  SAM HATFIELD, Proo,  CRESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  Fruit Lands.. Town Property and Insurance  CRESTON  B.C  ��������� Mrs. Crompton assisted by Miss  Klingensmith is prepared to receive pupils for Pianoforto and violm, singing,  harmony and composition.  Terms $2.00 bv the month. 13t  ���������'*'    For the build In (j of yonr Now  '���������������������������'    House, Storo, Onice, Workshop  ,   or other building, write or call  on ino.'* Kstlimates given on all  kindt-i of work.  'niwim������mmiiuimmmm^mmHmmmmmm^^mmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmm  Repairs & Alterations  A  SPECIALTY  vChAvgos'i-tmHoiiabloaud mUHfnctlon  i;V���������;���������<-gunmntwd on All Work    >  CANYON CITY NOTE5  Mr. Leach was a,visitor to Moyie ,on  Thursday last. "��������� I  Mr. Langdon of Saginaw, Mich., is'  visiting his son Gordon and daughter,  Mrs. Frank Cornell.  A joint stock company is.being coi-  porated in Erickson by the rancheis  of Erickson and Canyon City by M.  McCleod.  Canyon City will not have a union  entertainment ou Christmas' as was  anticipated. ' Each denomination will  look after their own, ,  Miss DockendoriE has resigned her  position as teacher of our public school  and will take a well earned rest befoie  teaching again. Iu the few short  monJis, Miss Dockendorn? bas been  here she has made a host of friends and  their best wishes as to, her future go  with her. ''  'Nurseries* Vernon, Be C.  *  "���������  ^ Halte a very fine assortment of %  I Fruit trees  ������&> . Oriental and Shade Trees  ^  5iYarii      ^fo&**r* C*  dflU     tmJlJI WV&  *AT IT HERE SINCE 1*K������1  Rt is?*  ��������� X Budded Stock a speciality  ^ AU trees offered for sale,   are, growth In   ou,  ^ own Nurseries, on The , Coldstream' Estate'  ���������<p  _ _.    >���������'���������_���������-,  -,   ,__'   ,   -  ' '  2 V. D. Curry, Gen. Ag������, Y^rnon.  ^OW.FRAgfp^  ���������cO.LTDr  <M\nutw>  GOOD, OLD-FASHIONED  comfort in drivltiK will bo yours, if  you hire your rig from us.    All 'of  our carriages ride-easy, and they're  drawn by live horses that go  with-5]  ont constant urging.      ,'  ���������Get your clothes denned, prfBRpd,  aad repaired by Miss HVM. French   lb-  :\^,A'':.:'NOfiCE'';'y..  Ton liitllarn ($10)'reward will be'paid  for information or evidv uce lending to  ������������������.li ��������� obnviotton or puni hnieht; of part,*,  or partie* who maliciously rolled a crar*  of orockory off the platform of the Cres  ton Moroan tlio Ci., Btoro on Monday  j night, Dec. 11. '  . t/m*tmat>  nm*m*+**m*mm**������wmm*M*m  JOHN   BOYD,   Creston  OUR 'LIVERY SERVICE  Is especially woll adapted to meet  V ovory requirement that you oonld  make of It.   Wo charge but a fair  price.for the  pleasure.-ono. of our  rigs will givo you.  Gameron  &   5on  ,   CREBTON  LIVERY  ammaaamaaawamammmnmitmttnm  Goo. M. Gunn.  Proviuoiol Const,  . Showing all t)m������ VVory Latest  FahIiIouh-' In- l-Jidits' MatH,  Tflmtnlngs, lJJow*'iH.,H;ilibons.  Wnliiivo nlso a Inrgo nlo-.'k ������>f  Obll'lion'ii   Woti'itiff   Appiin-l,  tbo Fall ami Wititov H������'������Hon������  WMM*li<.WItf.������������l������..  Mm, H. YO     (  W. MOttBiB, Prop.  A   HOME   FROM    HOME  The Wcck-Rml, Holiday  :   KoBortof Cast Kootonay  Best of Fishing and Hiintinj!  1 SIRDAR    ~    B.O.  NOTICE !  MoBurs Murdoch & dullntidov are now  ready to tako orders for --wood outiing  from 10 onrds upwards for $1.25 por cord  Thoy will ta5p,tnolr 4 H. P. engiuo and  drag saw to tho wood whorovpr it in '���������  You nnmo the pluoe. \Thoy yfi\.\ brlnp  tho mnohlnoiy. y'A'y' '  1 '    ''���������  ' '    A- ��������� '     ' r ' ' ',      *' '   '  FOR SAGE���������HentlnR stovo for coid  or wood, will' soil ohpnp.   Apply HiU������,  flelcls Burbor shop. ,i  lam now prepared*to tako in family  washings.   Apply at Review ofllco.  Rev. M, F, Wby B. A. will prt'ach. I  MotbndiBt Ohuroh Sunday morntim iu  evoning.   All nro   hotirUly Invited  [jatUiiid,  'ScWfourllone^  ?(&mmtxic������r]l(w\  ^Sfevwmt evoyonctolitwiy  tl|at we arc paying*  cr-^Z feteretff^  perannuiK crcBitc^ mlfhtf  oa savings fieposita^^  & Ujjwar-u) subject ToWitV  Jw^T^chc(j)Uc&r!  otttlmeieptmdof^A  ������c invest triouc^ for clients  ittlfot moYt^esSftoa  ^eheml fSi^al Wnesa.  & ifTpu^ru^s^  ��������� cvaTematicaftv'* *������������������ ������������������* ^ ���������*���������'  6otime^eN0W>3^iIl9.:  ftepoa\t8 \ff wail ^^  A**,* eaoitylianfledi-  ^oucah. m&\sf- Draff,,  Post Olftce "���������* 6mgs  Oxlcc ox ReJisteretT^  cati be made^t-H-^? *  i tt&Sr way w wsh.  /cite Kcoporfeiblc:  Dmid^B^dtteetd,,  w to awyoue lu ^  VMGOWeR-  Write uaaM ft Way ���������  Doit nor!!!!!  821 tobie Street  /5>VAivco\iver B>6;<^1  The Riverside Nurseries*  Comprising 120 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C  We learn thnt the unscrupulous agent of and irresponsible nursery oompany  has circulated the report thiough the Kootenays that his firm supplied ns  with a large number of fruit trees last year. We wish to say that there It  absolutely no truth iu his statement aud we strictly guarantee to those placing orders with us for nursery stock thot they will receive none bnt fruit  ' trees grown nt our own nurseries at Grand Forks, B. G.v  AU our fruit trees nro of our own growing nnd we offer $500  reward to  anyone who onn prove to the contrary.       Sept. 0. 1911.  !  For .Catalogue and Price list, write ti.hr- y  ���������  DrSoI  cure diseases s*f jvsek  PATIENTS TREATED THROUGHOUT CANADA PO* 20 YIAO������  Dr* K. A K. arefavorably lm<m������ ttunMttk*  out annum whtre Ui*y ������������*��������� -4aaa -pS������'  uow for over, to years. TfcouMuitfa ������t yaumm  have bean t������M(������a anu cured br.Vmfv*  skill and turouch Uieyirtue of Ut������lr >U  M������Utod !V������������tnaMt.   Wbwi you tnU m  4  them you xaow you ar*  ������������1UirM0*������  able pbysiclaiis w,th������y own .and oo������������wf  tbair-own offic* bulldlnir JnJDs-U-et-k, val������3  at ���������100,00ft.. Wben tbay Tkaeide your esse -M  curable, ill your worry is removed ferjre������  knoer tbey wlU not deceit* ye������. fW  cuarantee to cure all eurablo eaeae. "Hi  uwikUili*  matter bow xaMy doctor*  benefit youj no matter new nvnii aaoevur  you bave spent in ���������valni so waiter bow ;dbr>  Da.K-tHinenv, MKoioAtDmictfroB  orDns. K.&K.  d you may be, doe** jr"e.up la fieV  ilyouteta fra������Mbifi* fw5ai ibM        eDeolalule. .��������� If you are at weaon  wltbtn tbe elutebea of any eeeret MUlwhleli  courace,  palrunU!  muter "  iiaapnincyeurlire by degvieeilf  ���������vifterliur from, ihe reatuie el pee*  tlonn; tryour blood bu been tain  taiaM meii  it you are married andlFveln dread *  tnmebMaVloB; out and expuelnr ���������������������' *���������*���������!  ItyouaratiufferinK as tb* weult el3jS6������,  Lay yourttMieberptretb������nepnfWwilally ul  . ibtt>wltl UU you fycwtfy WycunretttmbSv  ��������� ���������'.*'���������.���������'���������������'���������,'.���������'������������������*;.������������������'  ��������� '���������    .������������������..-     .-:*   ''���������',.*..��������� ���������  ������������������<'���������'''-'���������, Vfa IVeat and Cat* ���������  VARICOSE VEINS. NERVOUS PEMJmr,  BLOOD ������������d UIUNARY COMfLAWni  KIDNEY and PUADDER Wuam  ' and Dll DUeawa IPMullar tolfew ..'/  MM  1 CONSULTATION FREE ���������  fioolca Frea on DU������m������* of Men. If unable  to call, write for ������ QoMllon DUnk for  HOME TREATMENT  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Grliwold St, Detrott, MUh.  'in Mm   MinflfT'      AllUUtrefromCetietlejnnftbeaddre^***  ML^Hr^llU I IliBi     to our Canadian Correapondence.Depart-  V^Lr . mmmmmmmm    mentInWindsor, Out.   If yon deelre.(*?���������  ���������ee us pcraoimlly call at our Medical Institute In Detroit aa wt a*e������udtr������at  , no patients In our Wlnduor offices which ������������ for Corr*������po������<������������������������j **4  Laborutory for Canadian buslnes* only. Addreae all Ittttm ������������������ foUovtl  ',. "DRS, KENNEDY A KENNEDY, Wlnaeor, Oii* I  ..WtlU to oar eslmte tMm*. : .:..��������� :.    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A Ronraoce of Arizona  Novelized From Edmund  Day's Melodrama J������ j������  JOHN   MURRAY   and  MILLS MILLER.  ���������&fl>-fc&&|I������&������.&&A������4  MM, by O, *W.  ham Oo.  xumnr* *l  (;p<mut^uo������))  Slim lind seated himself by tlie tire.  He spoke lo the boy as he vvouid to a  comradely     - ��������� ������������������ X ���������������������������'���������'  "Can't V'yoii seeV* tin* -hoy asked.  "Polly. ,P wynted to make a home for  her. and bow. . she'l!.:-,know. me. I'or what  I ani. a thier���������a ,tliief:'\ '.'.*'"'  Bud buried ii is fare in his hands,  the tears .trickling th^oiiL-rh liis tinkers.  although he f-uvrlit strongly against  showing his Weakness  Slim rose and stepped to his side.  laying his ha ml 'on the'hoy's shoulder.  "Mebbe she won't have to know.  Buck he's dead, an' only you an* nie  know!"  Bod looked >*r tlie 'speaker in nmaze-  nient. A lovable smile crept over  Slim's face. "I'm goinV" he said, "to  slip you a new deck an'.give you a  fresh deal. That wns part: my money  that was stole. 1 niivpf i-nnic back at  the con niy fer it. Buck he's paid back  his half. I'll let 'eto all think it was  the   whole.     I'll 'pyt  in   a   thuusau*   1  iii e paper from liis pocket, he deftly  roiled a cigarette and lighted. It with  a brand from the ���������blaze.. With a sigh  lie removed his hat. He was the".'pier"  i'tnre of dejection. For several mo-  S tnonts he sat in deep thought. Then,  jwfth a deep indruwing of his breath  and a shrug of the shoulders, he cried:  "Shucks!    Nobody loves a fat man!"  *������������������. ' * '. .* ��������� * '���������*������������������..'*'. ������������������.  I Wlion Polly told tlie boys jn lhe>or-  Irnl that Slim had returned and was  j wailing for them at the moss wagon  | they dropped their work and made for  hini with wild whoops and yells SHin  ?rri'ed as he heard thern coming.  Show Low made a running jump.  Throwing his arms about the s'heritrs  neck. Parent hexis aud Saicebrusli  each grabbed a hand, pumping upnind  down emphatically. The others slapped hini m\ the- back All talked at  oiK-e. asking him the news and whether,,la---k had returned.  "Did you nip-it up with (lie'ruches,"  a.sUed Parenthesis.  ���������"Talk, durn ye. talk." shoured Show  Low.'"or we'll haug out ,tv<n;r hide."  Slim   shook   the  hands   of   his 'comrades'-in turn, affectionately  For each  he  had ids own particular  ACTS AS DEPUTY Kf  form of 'greeting;-  *Xo. boys." he said  when the gr������u;> became more orderly.  "I'.ain't a-gi-hf ro say a won], rill 1  see Mrs. Payson first."  Polly bad ridden at once to rbe-house  to tell 'the- joyful ncnys of Slim's returu  to  Eiho,   who  hurried at once -to  the  boys about the w-uron.  ''Parenthesis ' spir-d   her   riding   down j  the   trail.      "She's   eomin'    now."    lie I  cried. y j  "Boys." requeAted Slim, "would yoc "j  mind herdin" off yonder a bit*;" !  The cowpiiuebers strolled over ro the ���������  cotton wood, learing Echo to loeec \  ���������Slim alone  "Whore   is  greeting.  "Well,    ma'am.   there's   a    man   mic  yonder   that's   been   through   tire   au\  brimstone ior you:'  ��������� Keho stared over the prairies*.    Thou  Jack    was   stilt    searching   for    l>*--tcA  ho":*"   was   Kcho> .tearful  failed   to   tiud   him.  sbe   moaned,    vvringeiig  *i rut  her  He  the  Bud  'You  "Go ahcttft.. yiiiucczc your hardware.'"  hare at home that i was savin" to buy  in with thr*'Triangle. B in case I don't  pit elected nex'-n'me. So. Bud, I'm  goin' to lend ,-i thousau' of this to you  just to give ji chance at that little  liome."     , ��������� . *��������� t -. (.   .  "You're the whitest man I ever  knew!" cried Bud.  "I reckon I -aiti'tcolored. Vept a little red mite,on top." la tig lied Slim  tliKllked  nny' khow  of   feeling  by  boy over the offer he had made.  "But I cuu't lake your money,"  protested.'  "Vets, you can," assured Slim.    ���������  pay It back wlion you get on your feet  Bgln.    I'nrgoin' to take your word."  SHiu'b generosity, .overwhelmed the  boy.   "Tnlie my word!" he cried.  Slim laid his hands! ou tlie hoy's  shoulders.' "Yes." he declared "You've  made your first imd break, but you've  bud your lirst lesson. An', you uin't  Coin'.'to forgot it." ho added emphatically.  "And Polly?" he-.faltered:  "Thero ain't nobody goin* to tell her."  Speaking sternly to Bud. he added,  "You uiake Uer a good ���������inn-baud."  Bud seized the -Syerlrt"* hand, wringing it warmly. "I will. Slim: 1 will."  be promised.  The wuh hud been too long for Polly.  She returned before Slim called her,  8nyluj**: "I'm tired wultlo' on you all.  Haven't you finished up thut business  yetr  "Yes, mu'mu; It's finished." replied  Sliin.  "Did Bud tell you about it?'  roily.  "He told me. .Seoras like yon two  are goin' to get married,"   .  ���������Th-huh."    laughed    Polly  "An', oh. Buy.  will you annul  up fer  Bud?"       ,  "I reckon Bnd enn Rtnnd*np fer him-  ���������elf now with you to help him," answered Hlhn.'emphatic**lly  "We'll run over nnd i������������jfl' the hoys  yon're buck!" Hluiuted limb        . ���������       >  flllm  took the  IuiikIh of the.Voun'ff  people In bin own big oiioh.   "I'm rljtsl������t  jflud you two aregolb' to hitch up." he,  enld.    "1 um denil ������nre you'll make n  even rniiuln' team."    ,  Polly glanced xtiyly nt Slim. "Bud  won't mind If you knot toe," *hc hinted.  Kllm tp-lnned HluH-plwhly. In IiIm imii-  hurru������H(iiei<t lw cublM.il otw (out on lib  other leg. "WVlj. f nln'f���������nr-vM-thm  U"~ lie statniiHM'<.Hl, "Bud. If you oil  don't mind," lie boldly ino-crtcd after  hie bnMhfiiln'tHKM hnd waned. "I reckon  1 will play orie little Iwl on the red."  The nhorlff nev������*r did nuyihlng In n  email wny, The IUhh he gave her full  on the llpx wiih n ivt*oiimllng one.  Bud took Polly by the linnd mid nl-  lonrly.lrtl her u>,������!������<��������� bnunf iMUn unt  down on n keg behind the fife, ' Ynlt*  Ing xome Iikw<������ ^obacto uud a liim of  Slim   h  Vender.'  t hands.  | "Wait a minure," said Slim. "Ha j  .j-juiys'to tne, says he. 'Break it to her,  j Sjiii),- te.'i. her gentle���������on- it she .wrtn'rs  ��������� ine call, jui" I'll come.' ���������Ma'am. l.������ick.  I !_-'.ne is dead "  t     Kch������.������ shuddered.   "I'iead." she repeat-  \ ed. "by his"- '  ]     "No. no.".interrupted Slim: "nor that  \ wsiy.    Indi-iiis.    3n<-k found. Di<"k. an' j  j the Indians found  'em both.     When   I  I come -up  with  the soldiers  from   Fort  t Gr.un   they   was   hav:u'   the  derndest  1 mixup  with, tbe  Indians you ever did  ?. see.    Boih  men   were bnd  hurted.  h.u'  | Dielc��������� well,  mu'ani. I  leaned over him  jest in time to hear him say. 'Tell her  I know ������*if������ was true an* not to mind.'  Then   he   gave   n   little   kerch   of   his  brearh    an"    dropped    back    into    my  arms."  Echo sighed. The tragedy of  desert was very real to Uer. in  ontuy mouths that the two uieu had  been away she had Jived through it  with theuj iu poiguaut imagiu.-itiou.  "tlreat   hearted   Dick!"  sue said!     "1 i  was not worthy of bis love.    Aud Jack  ��������� where is be?"  "Wait a minute."He wants to know  if you can forgive him���������-if you will take  him back."  "Slim!" was the only word Echo uttered, but tiie volume of love it contained told iiiiii everything.  "You needn't say nothiu' more. I see  it shinin' in your eyes." cried Slim.  "Jack! .lack!" he shouted. "You  denied idiot, come a-runniu'!"  Payson hurried un from the nrroyo  within which he had beeu waiting  "Kcho. I have not altogether failed  in my, mission. I have not brought  Pick Lane back, but I hope 1 come  from him bearing something of his loyalty and simple faith.    If you ever can  the  the  Inquired  happily.  ".7oe/{/" wan her wi'y cry.  loiirti to uut-U me ngiiiu���������if yon ever  * iin learn to love me"���������.he mild to Kvho  humbly.  "Don't be n denied fool, .Tuck." blurted Hllm, ' "Onn't yon h<h������ hIu* ain't. nov������  er In veil no one ol.-toV" ���������  "Keho. I������ It k������>V aalted .luck engerly,  Bllm grinned, tlolng over to ICcho's  "dde/lK' gnvo her n Blight piihIi, Buying,  ���������On tell him."  "Jnek!" wuh hor only cry hn her bun-  imnd Infolded hor In hln nriun,  TCElSSSTj  PRINCE ARTHUR OF CONNAUGHT I  PERFORMS   FUNCTIONS.  As Only Male Adult cf the Royal Family In England at Present, the Son  of Canada's Governor-General - Is  Acting as Monarch Just Now ��������� Is  Very Popular In Great Brita'pv'and  Is Envoy Extraordinary.  How the functions of the King nre  being exorcised iti ihe United Kii'g-  dom during His Majesty's absence in  India is as. follows:  Provisions have been made by Order  in Council i'or delegating the exercise  of..certain of the executive (unctions  of the crown yuriug the King's absence. The langu-ize of the order i.-  neoessarily wide, but as His Majesty  during his ubsence is in " daily'; telegraphic comuumicatioti \vith.'bi'a'-.'Mih-.  istcrs, all matters of gravity and im-,  F" tnne������>' are inordinary coursbysul)--  mitted to. hini. 'AA'',...,.  The persons nannxl in the Commis-  sion  are:  H.R.H. Prinee Arthur of Connaught.  The Archbishop of 'Canterbury-.' '.'������������������  The Lord   Chancellor.    A      ";   v/  The Lord President ��������� of .the Council  (Lord Morley of-Blackburn).  ���������No.legislation is needed for the purpose.  The practice of appointing a Regent  during the absence of a Sovoreigsi  abroad VinS boon in abeyance aiiice.  the reign of Henry Ul. The appoint-.'  m?ut of a Regent would involve the  passing of u special act of; Parliament;  as a Regency Act applies* only to the  death of tho Sovei-eign \vh_u the heir  to tlie thi'tiue��������� i**t under a^e.  That the precedent of 1821, is followed, tliat when Hi? Mnjostv V in  Council .decl'aves hi? intention of sjo-  ing out of the ki'ygdori) lie will nomir  tiate a,s'hi,i5 .CommUsioner for the es-.--r-  cise of certain executive 'function?'  the persons named hy tlie Prime Minister.  The appointments specify the powers', to be exerc'ml. and are 'nvade  under the Great Seal, .so that.'.the.' assent of Parliament, is not necessary.  The power delegated to the Cpnunts-  sioners are r.ot s������i wide as in former  days, when ff.cilities oi communication were nvre li!>ut������cl. But they  cover a multitude of duties, such as  issving of warrants ...aud-. ���������letters p.i-  tent, the making of appointments, and  the granting of licenses and dispensations tha: require the King's authority.  With, his father, the Duke of Connaught, now in Canada, Prince Arthur  was the only adult "male.'member .of.  the royal family l������������t in-England.when ���������  the King sailed for India., He will  ceebrate his twenty-ninth birthday on  Jan. 13 next, before.the King's return.  Prinee Arthur is a favorite with the  Sublic. Crowds know well his open,  andsome face, with it's cl^ar.Ablue-  eyes, and his tall, straight figure���������hp.  is the tallest member of the royal family���������and they keen a special cheer for  him. , He has always been popular  at Eton, at Sandhurst, in the regi-  mentsrto which he has been attached,  and. during his many royal missions  abroad. He is a sportsman; Vinterested  in all athletics, a fine --'shot," an4 an  excellent horseman. . He ; has proved  his worth as a hunter of' *big game  during visits to Canada;A East: Africa  and Russia. In Canada he won gold -*n  opinions; the peopleythere quickly  found, that he had "noside."  To be a watch and clock maker was  bis ambiti-on wh-m a ohild, but any  desire in this direction was checked  by his father, who made the boy go  round with a man who V-wound th-e  household clocks at Bagshot Park.  Prince Arthur found that the occupation lacked excitement, and his ambition turned elsewhere. After Eton  he passed through Sandhurst, and jvn*  gazetted to a second lieutenancy^ in  the 7th (Queen's Own) Hussars in  May, 1901, during the South African  war.  When the regiment was ordered to  the front.Prince Arthur,, as the youngest subaltern, was left, to his intense  regret, at tbe cavalry depot. In 1903,  when a full lieutenant, he'went but  to join his regiment in South Africa  in oharge of a draft of recruits'. 'Hip  service in the Transvaal was cut short  by a severe attack of dysentery, which  necessitated his being invalided home.  To make himself, a, thorough efficient  officer he has undergone instruction  courses at the signalling and musketry  schools. He has served with the Ito*Ml  Horse Artillery and the Scots Grrys.-  As representative of the Sovereign,  Prince Arthur has played many parts.  During the illness .of King Edward in  1902 he was' deputed to show honor  to the Shah, who stated tl.at tbe kindness, tnct,,nnd courtesy of thu prince  would be one of'h'is happiest recollections of Europe, Prince Arthur's flrwt  foreign mission was in D&cembef.  190-1, whon he represented the King  in Rome at the baptism of tho infant  heir to the Italian throno. In quick  succession'' bo acted as the King's  envoy nt the funeral of the Dowager  Duchess' ot. Saxe-Coburg-Qotha; and  at tho openini*: of tho now Protestant  cathedral in- Berlin. On tbut oooasion  tho rrinco'twns invested by the I^aiu-  or with thp. Order of tho Black Eagle.'  Ho alflo* wpnt to Beilliii an tho royal  envoy ot the wedding of tho orowu  prince.       ' ;  Ono of hjs most interesting missions  was to Jf-jm'n in 1006, as tlvo bearwr  of tbo Omiit; of tho G'irter to the Emperor, who ^'personally Invested, him  with tho Order of theiOhryflantlu'mum,  although n^ver before had tho Em-  pmror InveBtod a recipient. As a com^  plimcnt to tbo prinee six ebonen gol-  Bhan of Kyoto, performed the famous  Cherry Danco out of 'lt������ .^e. season.  Prince Arthur vnis nmui������>*d S^>n om-  aaid to him in quaint English, "You  very nice."  Princo Arthur had n great rucchsb  an a npeclal pleader In thu oatue of  ���������oionoo when, nn chairman of tho a p.  peal oojnmittoo, he raiacd $125,000 to  purchase  the  site  for new  chemical  laboratories   for   University   College,  London,  THE KING'S TRAIN.  Acme   of   Safety    and^ Comfort* Are  Found   In  His  Majesty's Special.  When King George travels by railway, he does so in remarkable safety  and comfort. The royal train represents the acme of the railway carriage-  builder's art. Witli their silvermount-  ed bedsteads, and easy chairs, and  window draperies, it is difficult to  realize that the apartments are see-'  tions of a railway carriage, while the  smooth, easy, and almost silent run-  ning of the train -serves to heighten  the illusion. The various royal ,sa-^  loons used on different lines are built  ami owned by the respective- companies, tlie royal party paying their  fare-s like age charge for the special.*  The prnernm of running having been  completed, a most interesting * and  complicated part of railway organization begins. Enoh company has a  chart or "visualized time-table," as  it has been called. This is divided  vertically into twenty-four equal  spacer, one for every hour of the day.  and inch hour is further sub-divided  into minutes,, the half-hour, quaiter-  hour, and live minutes', intervals being denoted by darker lines. This  t.inie-'-cnle ii then divided horizontally into n dU-tance-seale. the station*  and junctions being shown on the  left hand margin -in their relative  positions.  On the chart the running of the  trains is indicated by means of lines  drawn from point to point across the  scale, and colored to show the class  of traffic���������a red line denotes an express train, and so on. The course'of  the royal, train is set down on this  wonderful traffic chart, and when-  over the line cuts another.that other  'must be delayed, >and the purple  track allowed to proceed through the  gap in safety. A special working  time-table is next, prepared, and cop--  ies of it are distributed ;t6 the officials concerned along the;Ventire route.  The private detective .department of  the palace also advises .the police  authorities of the districts through  which the train will pass of the hours  of running, so that additional protection may be provided at different  places. " Vy  A flight lightning utroke baa been  known to cure nuttriliH,  A   Free   Holiday   Resort;  Those who are taking a late holiday will be interested to hear of an  ideal health resort where no fees  are demanded .and'?"where the-"surroundings are as beautiful and .picturesque as one could find anywhere.  At a high point of the Knockmeai-  dovvn Mountains, in County Waterfqrd.  Ireland, there is a settlement of Tra'p-  pist monks, who welcome the passing  stranger with mediaeval courtesy. In  a comfortable, roomy guest-house men.  folk are entertained . for ��������� a fortnight,  and a mile'down the hillside there is  a smaller hostel where ladies may.  stay a week. ��������� V'y*V''���������-"���������  For the accommodation - and rich  living no fees at all are exacted, but  few of the guests refrain from voluntarily contributing'to the. Utiostenta-  tious box that seems to hide /tself.  so humbly at the entrance.  Around the monastery is situated a  large   and   prosperous   farm!' Svofked  entirely  by  the  monks  and  lay  brothers.    In  the dairy  isyto  be  found ;  the most modern machinery," and the.,  fact that the present day jostles with'-'  the Middle Ages at every tuirh makes  Mount; Melleray   Abbey--trebly   interesting, i-' .��������������������������� "'��������� ..>.;'Alv"'  Distinctions of faith^cp'unt for little, and the majority of-the brothers'  are garbed in white habits and. are  silent, except during ythe hours they  spend at their devotions; only those.1  in* brown habits hold conversation  with  the guests'.   ���������'������������������������������������'���������.-'  Tubbing the E|ephant. y  A toilet that costs $500! Tt sounds  imposible to ordinary-mortals;- but,  of course, an elephant is no.ordinaVy,  mortal, and every one of bis: baths  costs his owner? vwe.ll, over, j five 'hun?>  dred dollars. His- massive majesty's  indulgence, in a wash and brush up  is, therefore, care fully,.! limited to;.������>ue  ft year. ;   y      ;     .f. '.  Over 300 pounds of best' soap' is  used for two elephants in, tlie London Zoo. They nre first thoroughly  scrubbed with this, and then sent' into the lake to wash it off again. It  tlwn . takes eight men's constant attention'for nearly n .week to rub gul-  lons ,of oil into the tough hides.  As Athe oil has to be 'cf the best  quality, it will b������ seen how expensive is the process, One of the most  important parts of the operation is  the cleaning out of the elephants'  large flat ears. This is effected by  means of-a hard, long-fibred -brush.  The animals' toes, have also to . ho  pared with a file, and great precriu:  tions taken tint to hurt the huge but  sensitive; creatures.  Curiously enough, the elephants  seem to realize the importance of their  yearly baths.  MplWMMWWMMMMMMiM*  Dean Is a Posslmlnt.  Dr. Inge, tho now dean of St. Pnul's  Catbedral, London, paints a rather  dark future tor England.   He sayi*:  During the 10th century the United  Kingdom collected a population ot  46,000,000 people on two < small inlands. That was done -Cvhilc English,  man wore-making England tho workshop of. the world. But England'*,  coal supply is being exhausted with  criminal recklosdiioBSj labor is no  longer very good and b* becoming;  extremely dear, The 20th century is  anolKlthrift1 lieir to the Kith. When  Englishme'tK-ceatfO to outwork and out.  Bell other nations they must emigrate  or starve. America in the future Will  be t,ho centre of the world's com������  morce. When the British -licet ceatfoi*(  to patrol the'sea about Auntralia and'  New Zealand the yellow man. who ia  Aittisued with a third of an Englishman's wages, vvilj make short work of  the trade unionist*.  .. WHAT CANALS ACCOMPLISH.  Manchester  Owes' Its  Wealth .ito   Its  Great Ship Canal. ���������  .The Canadian trade commissioner at  Manchester Mr. W. G. Egan. In his  last report, says: "It will perhaps be  of interest to Canadians to know that  Manchester rates aa the second city  of the Empire, nnd this is established  if you give commercial pre-eminence  its proper weight. The bankers' clearing house returns for Manchester in  the nine months ending September  last amounted to the stupendous sum  of $1,215,000,000. No other city except  London gets anywhere n<-ar these fissures, and they are only $215,000,000  short of the. clearing house returns of  Liverpool, Birmingham, Ncwcastle-on-  Tyiie, Bristol, Leicester and Nottingham all put topcth'C."  The phenomenal prosperity of Manchester is doubtless due to the Manchester ship canal. Before that work  was constructed the entire district  was suffering from severe trade depression. Mills were idle, industries  at a standstill, and people leaving the  district Jn great numbers. The opening of the canal marked a revival of  trade which has continued ever since.  It is stated that over 10,000 mills ujul  other buildings were erected along  the route in the first three years after the completion of the canal. The  traffic has grown from less than  1,000,000 tons in 1894 to over 5.000,000  tons annually. The quantity of grain  imported direct to Manchester during  the last nine months; amounted to.  364,337 tons, against 35G.779y tons for  the corresponding period of 1010, and  322,139 tons for the corresponding.period  of .1909.        ���������'���������   y'������������������.       - -A      '������������������ "'.A,'  '-What"the Manchester ship canal'ha*  been to "Manchester, the Georgian Bay  Canal, giving a through deep Waterway to the head of .the-"Lakes, "will be  to .Montreal. Ottawa, Fort William and.  Port Arthur and the whole district  through which it passes.���������Ottawa Citizen,     y A ' .-'."..- '���������>     ���������; '������������������  LINK WITH tHE PAST  LATE", MR;?. SHANNON WAS A CANADIAN PIONEER.  Toronto Woman Who Died Recently *  Was a Daughter ci John Cooper  Who Came Ou* With Lord Selkirk's  First Lot of Settlers���������He I -** th*  W6st and Journeyed lo Haltorr  County, Ontario.  The death of Mrs. Robert Shannon,  wliich occurred recently in Toronto,  removes tho last of \ a family of  t,welve children of John Cooper,  who was born in the Orkney  Islands in 1791 and came to Canada-  with Lord Selkirk's first lot of settlers,  John Cooper .married Noil McKin-  non's eldest daughter in 1S13. They  wvre the first white couple married in*  Port Garry and th������ir eldest daughter,  Mary, was the first white child bom  there. Mrs. Neil McKinnon,' grandmother of deceased, was the first whitw  woman in the northwest territory.  John Cooper and his father-in-law  worked with the Hudson Bav Co, for,  four years.   Becoming dissatisfied witl>  Scotch Poultry.  Tho Scotch have paid littlo attention to poultry raising except for  pggu. Dresued fowls aro largely ino  ported from Ireland, Ituadla, Germany  and other countries  Auttratla't Cows  Australia hnn, rov . enough to givt  each man, wo.nun .and child in tbe  iti and continent three apiooo.  Drltlth Incomes.  La/it year there were 10,300 pi'rsoiii  in the United Kingdom with incem-m  of over $26,000 a yonr,   The itvurnga  of thuic wat 103.106.  Romance    I nA Finance, y  The   world   of. finance  .contains; no  more, thrilling..- romance' than A tiiatVitiy  which the central figure, is Sir Erriest,  Cassel.   whose ;' rece n t  gi ft  of- a  park  "to.   Newmarket   in   memoryy of   King  Edward,   whose   friendship' he   enjoy--  ed   for* many   years,   is   but   one   of  many  splendid acts of ������������������munificence.  His father was a -V'sniai.1 hanker .at  Cologne. At sixteen ������������������' young ACassel  came to England to earn his own livr  ing. He started 'in: Liverpool and  then he went to London.; and perhaps scores of people who read these  lines will -recall the time :y wheni lie  was a junior clerk, getting fifteen.  shillings a week. When one of the  London financial houses got into difficulties, .the ��������� task of disentanglitfg  the complications , was; entrusted Ato  the young man. and he; did his Work  with   such   marked ;" ability.".-. that   he  "at: once made ' a -���������'name Afor himself.  Since then his progress V has "been  phenomenal.  ,   XyX.yy .���������'x.  Sir  Ernest   provideydA most   of   the  fuftds for the; VneW A.Radium Institute  in London', which was' opened Va short;  time ago. arid his vigave the $.1.000,000  .'���������With -which   the -late   King ; Edward;  founded a sanatorium for the victims  of   tuberculosis;   whilst   he   gave   another $1,000,000 'for the Vestablishment  of an Ailglo-GerriianAinstitute.  How self-reliant Sir Ernest is is  proved by th> fact that in none oi his  eplossal  finaucia.V ehterpriees has ho  ��������� ev^r had a partiief.   V   VA  y... Quaint Col lections.; V-  ..The sum total of things collected  is' enormous. , Tliefe -are cheery.old  wiseacres who spend their lives gathering together Vpeculiar plants, makr  ing "a collection that���������;; is never completed, arid the -person who /collects  used railway' tickets is beooming in-  cTOasingly apparent, 'as reference to  the advertisements in our railway periodicals will show. / , .  . A would-be'journalist whiled nway  his spare time by collecting "reject"  forms from the various papers to  whioh.he fubmitted his efforts, and  eventually, his study walls were so  papered wit^i these mour.iful memoranda that" it became necessary tor  him either to move into larger quarters or cease his'literary aspirations.  M;atch boxep are almost as common  ns cigarette' pictures as subjects fpr  quaint ;c61\ections, . but folks .who  hoard up fountain ���������pentr' are infrequently met.   ��������� .; "yy  One venerable clergyman in Devonshire spent'the declining years of hi������  lif" in amassing a vast and curious  collection of chessmen, his *ets.conning from all parts of the world; and  another divine in tt neighboring Parish had ,'u staff of representatives engaged in finding grandfather clocks  all over the British Isle?.,,   v  Tho Simple Rulers.  The Tndian Maharajah does not sit  down to breakfast covered with diamonds and rubies,, and,, ���������*xoept -on  state occasions is often conspicuous  for   the   extreme   simplicity   of   hia  dross. ..       -     '.*.',  He does not build palnces by the  dozen, or order motor' cars by tha  Hcore; for every case of'wilful, extrava.  ganco on the pnn ,of an Indian ruler,  I think I could namo halt a dozen  whero personal expenditure is limited  almost, to frugality. -.',.. , ,  1 Thoy <Jo not, a.s a ruin, marry with  ardent onthui-la'-m at frequent inter-  vala, thoug'h there nro exceptions.  They mingle with-tbwr people far  more freely. ;tharAi;itlio,,jy],nor European  princes. :���������'���������'���������' ...  I have often beon, {"truck witb tha  almost democratic 'VejatWiriB submitting bet ween Athe'' prTtVe,e*,an",d his iub-  jecta in maiiy nativo atatea.  The First Whsel. '  Although it.wemm difficult lo.realize a "world 'without whtcli*, tbeuu  u*olul splierofl-, which havo now be.  como nocfiflMtiee, were .not used in  Englaind until comparatively recent  tirnefli  It was not till the' year I ft 08 that  tbe  very  Ilr������t  carriage  with   whoHs  'nttachtHl  was made.   This was built  for,   and   by   tho  orders   of,   Queon  Eliznbe^lt.  The brut public conveyance that  plied for hire as a ������*nb wm not in  use until I (ISA; whilst the Hiioeator of  our deur old horme 'buaos���������tho stage,  roach���������did not arrive on the streets  till   JAM.  5,1  MRS.  HOBEP.T SHANXOX.  the treatment of the Hudson Bay Gov  they with 140 other settlers seized th<?   ���������  cannon, belonging to the fort and got  protection boats  and  provisions from  the  Northwest  Company  and  fled  to  Toronto."   They   were   followed ���������and  a  large number of the men were arrested in 1817 on a charge of stealing can-  Vhoh froin the Hudson Bay Co.   As the  nearest prison was in Montreal they*  were taken there and confined in jail  for 11  months before they were tried  and   acquitted.    Lord    Selkirk   bein^ >  forced to p:*y the men wages all th������  time they had  b^en in prison.    Mrd.  ACobper, mother of the late Mrs. Shan-  ;;rion, had; a'husband and three brothers among the unfortunate prisoners.  She  and  another wonian  journey  ou  'foot'-."from -Toronto   to   Montreal   and  ���������back to see: their husbands and rela- -  fives.   At'-tKat time larceny was pun-  ished VbyVhangingi so the anxiety of ���������  ythe friends; arid relatives of the prison-  ,  Vers, until their acquittal," can be imj  *  ���������Aaglned'.V'VJohri Coop?r  afterwards  settled   in AHalton   county,   but 'in'  1836-  (���������'������������������was "injured"so that he was bedridden  ��������� till the. time of his death in 1861. -  .Mrs.- Shannon's husband, helped .to-  build the first engine .for the first railway of Ontario,  the Northern.   ��������� Mrs.  Shannon, leaves one'son,* three duugh- '  ! te'rs ' and ; many  near relatives,  .1.   D. (  Cooper, of Toronto, being'a nephew:  Strange  Beast of Sussex.  Reiterated   tales  of  a   strange  wild  beast in Sussex,  Eug.. whose nichtljr   .  howling   terrorized    the    countryside,  have   -been    received    witb    amused  'scepticism by soma people who chose  to ignore the depredations amonjJT  game and poultry which were(quoted  to give point to the story.  The fearsome beast, it is rpportedr  has been killed, ' Henroosts have  suffered grievously in the neighborhood of Waldron. r'  ���������AA variety of descriptions were given*  of  the  unwelcome  visitor b?  ppople*  'who   said   they   had   soon ' it.     Tbo'  creature'? escapades in  the Waldron  'district were cut short by an organ-  .i7/*d hunt on the part of tho young  men of tho villige, who surrounded  a. wood, drove thp animal into- ,the  main road, and killed it with* heavy  sticks.  The baast resembled a fox, hut waft  much larger. It possessed feature*  resembling a Canadian wolf., It, ro-  mains to 1 e aeon whether ..the animal ,  is., the same one which created ;tb������?;  alann in the Southdown district,7  several miles away.      ."',,'1'"    .'   !;     -  Last of the Priest- K'PB������- v X-'X-  ' Muloy Hafid is the last of the Priest*  Kings,. With him the,Temporal L������ow-(  or flickers oi^t filially.   Hpnceforth' bey  will be the niodiatiaed vasi-al ot.tho, .  etat' laique.    Since . tho APapaoy  wan,  vivisected   in   this  way   in   1870  the; A  work of destruction ban proceeded rap>  idly,   observes   MrA Lucion  Wolf   i������<  Thu Graphic."     To-day  thoro i8 ntV  purely theocratic State in' the -worldr.  and   only   one   independent   Ialamic  Stato.    Halai  Lama  la in exile;  AP  ghanlMtai) i������ only misouvoniino;,.ror-  sia  is  in, the clutchPB  of  a.foroigtr  condominium;   the   Zanzibar .SultiMJ...  whose writ was reeoivod with aahiauiH  -  throughout   Central   Africa   only   3(>  yoars ago, ia now mediatiuod ljke. hia  . brpther of Few ' Tlie Kh(ilif ^f Coil*  stantitfople  iilone romaiha, but avert  hiB Temporal   Power  is  now  strictly  secularized.   Adversity mukes atraOge  bedfellows.   ^ .     '  .     ���������!������������������Uirmw y,m wwww nw ww ���������  The Threatening Sea.  Thorpe CoantguaM . atation,-   which  standi*'on tbo edgo of a cliff thirty  foot high, ia threatened by the inroad*  ,</ the sea, and tha coa-uguards hnvtr  rpcoived order*' to bo roady to leave  the Httit'.on  at any  moiiUMit.   As the  result of a high llde the other dny is*  number of  coins  and   17th   Cotitury  tradurs' tokenn were found at Thorpe.  * although the find ji were not n������ nuti)-  / eroux ns on the ln,st occaoion.   Ona  ���������   of the tokens  bore   the  inscription,  "Thomks Pontic, South wold, ic'9." .'   THE    CRESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. C.  NA-DSU-������0 Mea$ae|e.. Wafers  stop the meanest, nastiest, rr \st persistent headaches ln half an *  hour or less.      We  guarar.' ������,e that they contain,/ no opium. ,  morphine or other poJ".:.ou' drugs. 23c. abo*t at your druggists', ^  or by mail from  National Drua ������nd Chemicaj'Co. of Canada. Limited.      -.'   ���������'���������,.'.-   Montreal.  29  r Canada's Outout .Has *6cen  POETRY OF 1911.  "THE HOUSEOF PLENTY"  !F you intend coming Bast this winter we will welcome your reservation at our hotels, situated in'th'e  heart of the down-town shopping district, in close  proximity to the Uniftn Station, leading theatres and  churches, it is the great meeting place for everyone  from Western Canada. American and European plans,  American $2.f������0 and upwards. '  George Wright and Mack Carroll, Proprietors ������  EVERYBODY LIKES THE W&.LKER HOUSE  Toronto's Famous Hotel l  i-   ������ i  Those whoS know what hastb?pn  wiitten in'Canada still -keen "to. the  opinion that Canadian poetry is the  , bast work*of art which has been pro-  * - \ duced byoCanadijinp. A critic riot  ~* j lonp; ago in an article  *' Litern .   X.   .   -.    .  .  af\   poe fa  called   "The  Prosaic  Brute  I forgot something," auid the hus-  'you forgot  ban 1, as he came back  xeb,    poufceu me wne,  to kiht> me."  ',  " Tnat may  be,  but   what  I   came  back for was mv overshoes "  THEY ACT QUICKLY  AND ALWAYS CURE  ��������� wiMiiiL(   consciousness-.       No"   matter j  , __  \ where  a  Canadian    happen.-,   to  find I POSTMASTER    TELLS    OF    QUICK  . such lines as many in Bliss Carman 3 i RP| |P_  rir,nrve  K-inwFV  }      "Pipes of Pnn," and Roberts' "Song? RELIEF  DODDS  KIDNEY  /if flia rv,������������������^* T\r..*������ Ur. ...r,.,iA Vv,^���������t ' PILLS GIVE  ���������Literary GVpun 8f  'GI."  showed that  < I before Co'nfe'deralion Canadian   poeis  {.were  wiiting songs which  had a na-  j  ! tinnhl    consciousness-.      'No*   matter  j  Of the Coramort Bay," he would know  that they had b"������f*n visioned by a  Canadian poet. Has a.ny ,poetry oi I  this, Quality 'been written " in 1011 r  Certainly, one has an impression that ;  there ha\ b.Mn'Very little such poetry  i published  -this   year.    Early   in  the  PILLS GIVE  Two of them taken before going to  bed clears away his pain in the  Back���������Why they always cure more  , ,   serious   Kidney   Diseases.  '  Buck Lake,    Ont.    (Special).���������How  EVENING IN THE LAKE OF BAYS.  j. rich .'a  field  he  had  from  which    to  jthp  well-known  and highly  respected  cnOose his Canadiin  sonnets.    Since  i po^t-master here  LACK   POWDER   SH  THE  RED W    BttAetO" l  "Nublack" and "New Rival" ate grand  good shells: good in construction, good because primed with quick and* sure, primers,  and good because carefully and accurately  loaded with the best brands of powder and  shot. They are favorites among hunters  and other users of black pow*dejr shells on  account of their uniform shooting, 'evenness  of pattern and strength to withstand reloading.    A trial will prove th'eir' excellence.  ALL    DEALERS    SELL   THEM'  mm/maun  s  I  ���������ft  ���������H  as on any other winter day}  you can make your home  more comfortable and cheery  by using a Perfection Smokeless Heater.  Its genial warmth ia quickly,at your seryicie^ ready:for usfejh j������,ny.,,ft,  . emergency.    You will need it as a supplementary Heater vyRen those    ||  extra cold i-pells come. 4 Later yob will, fiiftd^it justpne,: Uiute'fonrvthe:' -  I     ��������� i I .i t ���������'���������' ���������'���������'���������T ���������"'���������   ���������*���������' ''J' " ���������'*       ' ���������*'     ���������';���������*��������� ''���������'���������������������������' ���������������������������'���������<������������������ '::?'>''-;.   ���������'���������*-''..���������';���������'  ������������������'������������������������������������-���������  changeable weather of early spnng. yy y* yy yyy. y  The Perfection Heater is light and easily carried:��������� vll'-isifte in >^  ���������the  hands of  a child ~; the ;irafesU;^  ���������Drums  finished either  in  blue enamel or plain steel, "mlh  nickel  trimmings������������������ an ornament to ^ny room,    y  A special automatic  device  make* smoking, impossible.    All   pprta eJuily,  cleaned.   Gallon (ont; bums nine hours.   Cool handle} dampei top..'���������'.;    >���������-.'"  \hen- there '.have been a number of  small books of rhymes published in  Canada of wliich nothing needs to be  wr tten.. ,?e=ides this. Mi Robert  ^Stead,  a" vratei  of vei-.s in  Western  * Canada!, has herd published bis second  b<jok. - ."Prairie     Born     and     Other  4Poeiiis.*'^ JTie pomt to be mentioned  'm cstotae'ction with Mr, Stead's verso  is that'll s-eems' to  express, tbe coo-  ��������� victidns *of ths  West     A^  a general  rule. Canadian vni,se writers are not  J* j" closely in "touch with the opinions* of  their fellow citizens The verse writer's own convictions are his chief  concern. But Mi Stead, when ^he  writes foti^ li'iPi/ like the follow-  in?, seems ^to be speaking for the  people  'Tis plainjhe land's the right of birth,  Of every creature on the earth:  No man ������SttHftidk������ a griyn of sajad;'     ,  How <jan he say he owns the land?  Mr.    Cy    \Vaman,    an     Am������ncan  ^jvjjLt^i; wljcliv^s in Canada, has lately  published ,a  book of  v.'r^e  which  i������  partM   Canadian   m   =.ubiect   ' "The  Song*-' of   Cy.   Waiman/"'   like   Mr.  Stead's versje,   aie   intended   for   the  oidinai^-  citizen     Tli^y   have  feelint;  and read ^a-aily*   ���������'Mi   Warman's veiy  popular song,  'IBVec't Maitc,"  is  included in this- collection of his vers?  It iB***-snti abi'D^t change  th'tUrn  to  "Irish  Songs," ,by Mi    Arthur Strm  ger,  for  this  14  !)6etiy     Ftfr  s-eveial  ^.reasori-s'SvMr.1 "VSt'tinger': has ��������� clio^n -to"  '.write^P Wi?h-Adialept.    It is not lirs.<  native speech .yin ..poetry.   ABut   how  grac.efuHj*   'and;''��������� 'iteiightfu&Y- he    has  :woyaipi..his   I^nesi , .ybev Irishman ' - in:  ;.exile,,V.iKis;.;.inemo^ies'...of the   land   of.  '.4its : b������a*t',7''his 'irikny  a'dvSntures,  hia  kdreams j.:. find    his   sweethearts", ������ corn a  rfcVrr'singin^.'into these little poems.    The;.,  i^color'^dUKl ������������������music''- of-  Mr."Stringer's  verses-;-linger  with* a. happy -. delicacyA  ���������*"of  phrase  aftor  one   has   closed    the';  .book.*'*'-.On.e'"does n&t needr*to"HWsifata ���������  >to caj-l  t.h*ilSiV-po������tTy..   -Yet it is -to  berr  hoped  that  some, day   the  poet  will  V&ing of -wliat' heV sees Snd' feels when  .   Ae is "a,t. Cedar.Bfn-jiigs. Mr. Stringer's -  Nearly book .oi the life of a boy, "Lone-;  ly   O'Malley," -has   been   translated'  into AFreheh and published; as a serial-  in a; French journal.  if:  "SongS *of: *,tlie Makers of Canada,'*  by   Dr. J. AD. Logan,   has   appeared  ;'recentl^|    The book has  apA author's A  ^p^f&ie,?a^';^^Qi7^or;dAT5yVM  1 Boyd."' Tlie*.writer says that'liis work '  is no better, and no. worse thaii ;wHat '  .^plight- ���������readily' 'bfe-'' accomplished   :by V  ^UyAimainVyof ���������edufea-tionvAand   litferaryA  y'lri'i?tinrts.'���������;;'TlfusTit 'will -be seeii that;  ���������Tiv.  Logafi   does not' claim   to Ve'iif;  "I wish to inform you that I always  find relief from pnin m the ��������� back ������������������ by-  t-king DoJd's' Kidney Pills," s&ys  Poatmnster'-Thomas.'- "Sometimes in  the mornings I cannot straighten up  fT* hours, but if I take two Dodd's  Kidney Pills before going to bed the  pam all disappears and I have no  trouble in the morning."  .  Dodd's Kidnvy1'Pills act directly'on  the Kidnej-s. Where pain in the back  is caused by slight Kidney disorders  thp pain is relieved at once. Where  the complaint is of long standing and  *th������"> Kidnevs are diseased tiie cure  takjes longer, but Dodd's KHney Pills  never fail Thousands of Canadians  toll cf the oure Of Kidney Disease of  ������11 forms, from pain in the back to  Wright's Disease,-hy. Dodd's Kidney  P'll * ^There is not on record a.', single  css^-m-" Kidney..J)iseasft or of diseases  resulting from diseased Kidneys, siich  as Eheumatism of Dropsy which  Dodd's Kidney Pill1? have failed to  curp if taken regularly and according  to directions; ���������   ��������� . ..  The  witi<J   c'lines  chill  from  the  bay  to-night,  A mi������t creeps over the lake beyond.  And  the   shadowy   islands  sink   from  sight,  As night drives on.  The Queen of Heaven is veiled from  view.  And   the   servile   stars   all   sullenly  sl'ep,  And yet would I watch the long night  thro'  For  just  one   star.  Be still, my heart, and cease to doubt,  For   thp   mists   must,  go   when   the  morning sun  Shall  put all  the legions of daTk  to  rout,  And day shall r^tom to my.-soul.  ���������Frances Moule, in Canada Monthly  \ schoolboy undergoing examination, being asked who was the wickedest of men.^reolied.,:: "Moses, he-  caus������ he broke all the.-commandments  at once.      ���������".���������...���������������-.       ' .  ,   . ��������� ���������   -  I  t  is  Dealers everywhere;  TAKE. NOTICE  . We publish simple, "straight testimonials, not press ���������*��������� agents' Interviews, ���������' from.- well-known people.  From-.-afll-Vover America- thev testify  to the  merits    of  -MINARD'S LINIMENT, 'thes-best of Household Remedies.- ' ������������������.- -'-��������� ':���������'������������������'���������'  . :  MINARD'S LTNIMENT CO., LTD.  THE "TEN DEMANDMENT3."  They   Wang   In   One   of   the   Salmon  Canneries In Western Canada.  For gross worldly wisdom it would  be  diflieult to  surpass the  "Ten  De-A  mandments"  hanging  in  one  of  the  many salmon canneries at Steveston,  western  Canada:  1. Don't lie. It wastes'my time and  yours. I am sure to catch you in  the end, and that is the wrong end.  ��������� 2. Watch your work, not the clock.  A long day's work makes a long day  short; and a short day's work makes  my face long, "y "  3. Give me more than I expect,  and-I will give you more than you.  expect. I can afford to increase your  pay if you iiicrease my profits.  4. You owe so much to yourself you  cannot afford to owe anybody else.  Keep out'of debt, or keep out of my  .Shops.,;     ':���������'  5. Dishonesty is never an accident.  Good men, like good women, never  see temptation when -they meet it.  6. Mind your own business, and  in time you'll have a business of  your, own to mind.     .   '".���������'������������������'���������yx  7. Don't do anything here which  hurts your self-respect. An employe  who is willing to steal for me is  willing- to steal from' me. ' .'���������  8. It is none of my business what  ��������� youVdoyat' night.    But if. dissipation  effects what you do the next day, and  you do half as niuch as I demand,  you'll last half as long as you hoped.  9. Don't tell me what I'd like to  hear, but what I ought to hear. I  don't want a valet to my vanity, but  one for my dollnrs.  10. Don't kick if I kick. If you're  worth while correcting you're worth  while keeping. I don't waste time  cutting specks out of rotten apples.  Yorar wife certainly wIO  appreciate It when y&n'X  Using home a can oi Sw AP  Soap  won't  clean  her  hands,  after filling  the  lamps,  milking - "  the cows,   peeling potatoes  and  onions.   SNAP banishes dirt and *  every odor without" hard rubbing -  S?SAP is soothiiig  >. - and,"' healing������ ���������.  keeps    the- gkin *  _-    smooth,? atfd   free  of Hcbaps"  "Bring  u������ home a can���������35c."  Unimportant ;  Georgia  lynched  another negro last,  week.    "Keep it down   to   a^   stick,"  says the very intelligent editor.   There  is no news in the conmionp'a<?e.  A Boon for the BIHous.The liver is a  \eryt sensitive organ and easily deranged.  When this occurs there is undue secretion  of bile and the acrid liquid flows into tha  stomach and sours it. It ls^ft most distressing ailment, and many Sre prone to  it. In tbis condition a mnn finds the best  remedy in Parmelees Vegetable Pills,  which are warranted to speedily correct  this disorder. There is no better medicine  in the entire list of pill preparations.  Mother���������Hany Tacker is tlie worst  boy in the school. Tommy, and I want  you to A keep as far fiom him as pos-*  sible. ,  Tommy���������I do, ma, he is always at  the headof our class.  If a girl has a figure like a clothespin she imagines she is slender and  graceful; ^-  I  "And.-.how  did  vou  like  your  first  day at school, Willie?"  V ."Bully:   I bad three fights, 'n Sammy   Blackburn  gimme  two   bites out  of .his gingetbfead."  "yy.lt.-'Eeipes.'.P'aln.���������Ask env druperist or  doalor in medicinps what is the moat  .popular of the medicinal oils for nains in  tlie .icints, in the muscles or nerves, or f������r  nn'Talaia and' rhe������matisn>. and , he wi'l  ..tell" von thi?t Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil 'is  ih ^rea+'er -'demand than. any. other. .The  reason for tMs is that it possesses ereater  .Tiealing qtalities.than any other oil.  H.  h; NIGHTINGALE j  y     /A/..     STOCK   BROKER    * **  Member   Standard   Stook   and   Mining J*  Etchangre f  STOCKS      CARRIED      ON ������,  ;  MARGIN I  ,   CnrrpsnnndPnce , invited t  33 MEUINDA  ST., TORONTO. j f  LISTED  FREE To EverV Reader  '     This beautiful'  j   j  Coin Pin an.d Broach  Just send ten cents (silver or  stamps) and two cents in stamps   towards the shtpp'ng expenses.  M.MERKER. Dept \V, IC? Victoria SL'  Toronto.  CANADA'S  GREATEST  SCHOOL  *S&vyA''���������'���������'.''"X:Accounted For ';-.*:;':.  .AMiss     Elizabeth    Marbury,       ^few  fYorlt's noted     theatrical V agent, was  ; or write for'deicriptivecireuUrtojfi^vWiacj'ol   ft.      ���������)'���������{       '-,||;  The Imperial.'Pa (S^^^UmU^ ������" $'-^M  poetry that we have. this year. Dr.  Logan has special 'convictions'^, with  regard to poetry, nationalism, and  the Kiltie genius which teem destined  .���������*,(���������<������*. cOttie d hfai;i fivd-vy tiling (.he. writes.r~  ^ACun'u^rariji.GQ'ijVier. .   N-.,'���������'" '*:,''    -y     '.-'  ���������!������ . 'fi ' ��������� #r~fe"~T^���������$��������� ��������� ���������'. ;  i.   ;.^r.;A;SDptc^NayiiS'es',Hidd.cih.     V   ���������  ���������*��������� Npjya ScotiaVsur'niiseflVninny tourists  Vbecftuse :.so  few   oi. the   place  imnnea  AGENTS WANTEfe  For our fast selling Drugs nnd Drug''  Sundries. We supply you with articles  florae of which nre saleable in eveiry  home, nnd on which you will receive^  n. profit of 200 to 300 0.0V We luive  Agents earning $5.00 to $10.00.por day  tho year round. ,h l^Q an .agent,.:, Send  nt onco: ior our upociril ngohts' price  list. Don't- overlook,;.tliiB';e.hnpcp,.''' \t  momiB dolbirs to" you.' Write nt oribo.  THE F, E. KARN CO., LIMITED ,  Canada's   Qrontost   Cut   Rato    Drug  House, Toronto, Ont. .-  * ������������������;- - - ������������������ -  / Why in tbe nose in tbo middlo^of tbo,  lnco, Bocauflo it is tho scontcr (cbn-  tfo). ,. , ..' 1    ���������  No nur-xloal oporatlon Ih noooHHary In1  TAinovinff oorna If llolloway'a Gorn Ouro  bo Mflod. *  A A philanthropist Ih often a'Vnnn witb  more money than sonao,���������Andrew Oar-  xioffio.   '" '  ���������', -v--n>y     Ay      t-y ���������' :.���������-?��������� 9 *���������-.* 1 V'.- t "��������� ?   -.-.  Womanlike  Crawford���������How ,diJ ypur '.wite ..come  toj���������buy'all.'.thbae, sUspcnd'eisJ *T7J!',;;,���������������  :! 'Crabslia\iv-*1 .'think tthe Wanted tlio  pretty boxes they came in.  .Minard's liniment euros garget in cowr  Every mnn knows thoro;is dishon-  ,eflty;i in*-.b,u,sii}o5at UcMwisbebn ������9ttlnjpd>  tbo often not to know it.  rest ahd heaith'to' MOTlitn a::d CHitk" '  v M'iHctWtNatrtWVi Soo*pillN������ Svnup limit, ^aeu  riiBPit forT6������W'BiX'TV YlIAiR!- byAiil.MOXM'tir  MOTIIKUS for lliclr CIMMJUUN. Wllllv'lt  TUUl'IIINO. with :.PKKI'Et>X SL'OCltrtS. * II  ������OCWin?l-l lilf OHn.llV.'HOl'TRNS tlie OUMH.'  AL,I.AVHntt I'AIN; CUKUHWINU*COLIC, ami  U H>e hent,wiie<ty &>r lilARK'UPi'V U in nir  '-inlitirfvhnriiileHH. ne'Hiire'hiirt'liHU for ''MrH,  Wlnslow'ii SootlilpR Hynii),',' nnd Uiltc uo other.  Mud-   Tweuvj/.fiv,eccuti4 fedttle, ������������������  ', Pujl; drefla'.v!in  moat  regiments"'iri-  vblvofl, bddly enough, bound-ins.  ISurpoan '?fidlitori*a"i'':l8 'trnditlonnl*''  Miss Marbury. "If you can't tellher  in-vprie, way;- you. can toll her in aii--  otherX^'.'X-yAyyx. .x-xxyyyy-y." ���������:���������������������������'������������������;  ".I snid to a woman the other day.  '���������' 'Why, my... dear,  how hoarse you  are!" yy      ' ���������'���������  ���������  A''-Yes",' she answered angrily.    'My  liusbntid was out. late last night.' ",,  ]ve������Lndy. artists should marry model  ���������liusbninds. .'X ���������  ��������� y- ���������  ton  len'  ......       x. . fry  ns a preventive measure nt tho out.  ���������Iireak^ tff.'tlte 'S?v()h .Years'���������" War, their,  fine dykelaucl8..were settled, by thrifty  Nrw..F4l-#r&'������rffr9.-'V,^Weti\edme': the Am- ���������  orienn Revolution;  nnd -rit its close,  jOt l'cn/itv-at-ljj.000, ,3EIf*n4ttt<l Epiplre Loyalists niHiJp it" their home, for V time lit'.'  lenat.    Thi?-, dieting,, ���������ruling   power  >v������8*. nlWinyf-'KYigrTiSlV.'but 'the ���������province.;  vviib mndo whnt -it  is  by. tlv> .exiled  S'TpuleVWrbm '*thtv Thirfc���������*firi'��������� polb'niea.-  ,Tnon   enme   tlie' Scotti'sh   omipriition  in the li*f\s pro,nri.4ii)g *ea^r;h',end of  the penintlnU And lhe iahind of Cape  Breton.      The',copdftiona   her?   they  fotUKl'''muohWjts->,'tf;c>y,.bnd l"ft behind  thom.   Pictoii County, Antiffoiis-h nnd  Cop* ABret,-o.ri,:ar'',mbrp Seoftbih, than  Scotland; ' but   thcry" d'6   not   unbare  their soul to the qiuinc*e������vijsltor.  .,'.,?,(���������  *   -^.w.x ,(f fa' , ��������� , -*ii 1., 11 ,  i;  aulclily ������top������ coudha, our������a coldtr; heals  tha (hroal aad luatfa     - ~~  S3 centa.  ������   A man' wbo bas no'-popr kin, thinks  it would be n'pleasure''to thom.  Do you led nil  tired out?   Do you tometimes  think you Jmt can't work.fway,at your prolet-*'  ���������Ibn or tirade any lonser P   Do you have a poor ape-  tlte, and lay awake at ni*(hti unablo to aleen?   Are  ���������your nerve* all tfone, and your atomaoh too P   Haa ambition to lorjle ahead in the world, l*ffryoaf> jJC *fo'ypv *$  ���������mf-lht aa well put a atop to your mTaeiry.   Vbuiran ^fc������ yp.ir  you will.     Dr.-Pieroe'a  Golden. Medical Diapovery vdlll.',  make you ��������� different individual.   It will'act yotfrUafyllyer  to work.    It -will aet tblntfa rl-ftht In your atomaoh, and  .  ?our appetite will come book. It will purlfV your blood.  I there ia any tendeney in your family toward ooniumptlon;  It will keep that dread deatroyer nwAV.. Bv������n after ,00a-< .  aumptlon bat alraoat gained a (oothold.^n the form AV a.,,>  Iln������!frlnj������ non^li, bronohltia, or bleeding at the luntfa, It will bring about ���������  oure in 98 per oent. oi at! oaaoa. It ia ��������� remedy orUinally prepared by Dootor  R.V, Pleroe.' AftdHeal adoic* i$ gtpta ft** to all who wlah to write for aamo,  Clreat aucoaaa iiaa oome from m wldo experience snd varied practice. ������������������. y  Don't be whaedled by ��������� penny^rabbinl dealer into taklnl Inferior aubtti*  ���������  rate* lor Dr. Pieroe'a medlclnea, reeomraendad to be ")uat aa good."   Dr.  I'leroM'a raedhlnea are or .known coMroairtoN.  Tbeir livery Ingredient printed  ���������   on thfthr wrappara.    Mad* from root a without aloohol.   Contain no habit*  ������, forminjf druia.   World'a DUpeniainr Medical Aaioolatioa, Duffalo, N. Y.   ������.  notice $580,461,045f-''.'denoait*-,- outfikle  Onnndn. $7.1,-182.107; dilll InAnA In'Cnri.  nrln.. $00,088,407; outside Onuiula. $83,-  722,640;-current lonnH.in Cnnnda, $768,-  402,008{ olflpwbero. $3G,'J'I������,&43; total  linbllitloa, $1,104,630,003; ntiuta, $1.-  381,280,089. -i,.  ^ &*# rHyntSn^ctivo.  '. Waldincr Veils; a^m, to" fine often  In tlo County ot-llfa-elKt .OnI.  }':.According to flpurca" r<*d6ntly com-  'piled, tb^ro" wo'ra-:-,, 10,845 rcgiaton<il  mnrrlngog in EsBcxdurinB; the period  -1800.1008; The , population ot , the  Jpounty��������� Ih only, 60.000,. Bachclor-v nnd  ttplrfuiora mu������t fool out of it in Eaat'X.  Now Towna.  I-nrt yonr tbe Canadian l'npifl"  'Rnilfnad laid but and started 40 now  townn on. lit*, recently built brunch  UncB, and this year It will Iny out  and flturt 60 mora towni along tbo  tama llnaa. 1  George Taylor  and  the Senate.  The    House    of    Commons    seems  stranjre   without   George  Tnylor,   wbo  hns stennad aside to give hi& seat to  the new- Minister of Finance. "Uncle  Georcre" could be counted on always  io   provide    wholesome    fun    in' the  chamber.     His    voice    would    <Mioke  with  sobs as  he  recounted  the    way  in   which   the  country   was  going  to  the  dogs under the Liberal  adminis-.  tration,   and  no  one    enjoyed    tho^e  exhibitions    more    than    Sir   Wilfrid  himself.    With   Dr.    Snroule    in   the  Speaker's   chair,   and    George  Taylor  removed  from   the  scene,  the   House  is   deprived  of   much  entertainment.  Taylor says he.will go to -the'V Senate.;  OriA 'the-.first   vacancy.    There   is  no  doubt he will, for there is no man in ���������  Parliament   or out   of it,   with   the  possible exception  of Mir.  Lancaster,;  the   member; for  Lincoln,   who    has  done more to poke fun at the doing9  of that august body.   ''Uncle George"  'wus������������������'.positively mirthful over what ho  term.d "the old women's home."V Still V  hi  is  heading  thut way!���������The Maca  in'Saturday Night.  '. '        ;;.    '"���������' " "*"���������'��������� " "' " ������������������ ��������� ���������*   -V  A Canada's Gateway.  No country in the world has a more  magnificent gateway than Caimda.. To,  steam up the noble St. Lawrence, pa^t  th? long, dim undulations of the Lau-  rfentidesypast the low, far-expanding  shores beyond to Montreal is to re-  ���������eive impressions of natural.beauty  without; a parallel. Surely a people  reared under such a high-domed heaven, um id such rich expanses of champaign, should not.be,mean or petty io  soul. As the steamer forged her wuy  up the tortuous channel, the passengers all crowded to the rail, for tlw  sun was sinking amid clouds .of glory  ovor the great wido green -country,  dotted with farms and white-walled  villages. How it looked to stranger*'  aoeing it for tho first time wbo cau  tell j but to Canadians coming borne������������������!  Ono plain little woman said, "When  I was in England, I had to bo polite  to my cousins and any I liked it, but  all tlio time I was longing for this."  Sho flung out nn arm towards tht**  sunset and hor smile made hor face  almost beautiful.���������The Dean in Montreal Stand 11 I'd, ,  eSTABUSHED  Awarded first prize at World's Ex������.  position on Its work and methods.  Write for a free catalogue. ,W������  also give' instruction by mall.   * " :"v -  ;.3*"-ai\e-ibhje.*bJ5'si eVerv'rtia'de and'^ire . y-  :';'';.' g-ja.r'a;Ot6'e'd to c|ive youVsatis*ac^- .r  '*! .A'AibhA^A't^flia'eaiers or send os 25.c- _��������� ���������  "���������"' "X. Statinlg'. s*^1^. ^'o-d vsti-fr'rcqulnedVJ'Jy-  The ���������Arlington Co. pi Cankda,XiM.!  ���������--^SS^FT^Mr-Ave^Torontoj^Ontarid^r71���������*���������'  r  f ^^BppiR^i ^&...  ]Lomeno89 *m4 stop _piln" from  a   or Bone 8pavln.  who.^Ho��������� ���������'���������   _, i,-mion.:r.������������ ��������� uattiB-<f  ABSORB-   Roaucos ttrttlned,  Reins or mpBCles-  1.00 a botno.at dwie-aar.aaiivcEea. '���������,;'-].'  W. ^.Yomc. PJJS .U7lLy^ansBldo.r^loalreal.CW     '.4  '*ilx,''ii'^l?;'"?"'���������'* s'v- " ���������������*��������� v"?������������oaco,(j������������^i-s������i     *��������� ^-fil  ���������<oiJ ll������uau������������IU Urol. OO. L)d.TVMlCOUV  vnuiwji \..t'r  ������������������i���������������������������111 i,   ���������      .  I li������nMMlllMfci������ilM���������>}V     1-.A   ���������)���������'   .'       1      ������������������  ��������� 1   Mil   ,   ,J I ������^g ������-^,1      V  <*:<.���������  The    second'  edition of the  "Dictionary  of Heating'* is  nowreai  or  Those Horrid  Bilious Spells  HAVE   .BECOME    A     HABIT���������BUT  ,;   YOU  CAN  BREAK  UP THE  HABIT BY USING     .   ��������� '  ..  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  "It is nothing -when you get uaod to  it," is a common tjxproasion which  mnny a^em to upply to attacks oi bil-  iousneaa.  Yoar aftor yonr they auffor from  frequent spellH of bilJons hendncho,'  .indigoation, constipation, followed by  looseness of tlri> IkiwoIs',; di7.7.incHH, dos-  poudenc^ nnd ill-tompor, and tbo bnb-  itsecma to havo becomo 60-firmly ea<  tobliflhed that thoy do not think of  'brooking thu ebaiua of bonfdnge.  Why not mnko a break for liborty,  health, and liapplnoHH. Dr. Chnao'a; Tlmy'wore nil bnrn nt the corner  Kidney4.iverPillH stand ready lo help jnf quwii ���������n(, Willimn atrootH, To-  you. Thoy bnve bclpt^ tlmnHanda ronU)> Th,,ir MhisT) Oftorgo Simpson,  ~ "*'"*"     "   who wna 11  bnkcr, died 01  yours ago  and tbo family acpnratcd. Churles  nnd Fred had never neon each othor  till two yea..* ugu, and ������h Fivd w������������  goiiur to California, this reunion wna  planned. 4  _   ,.. - ��������� ,  j  Ruabing tha Lin*.  Tbe Canadian Northern line from  Vogrevilc to Calgary Iwih been grad<rd  an<( (bu truck htying opcratioin' are  being iuihIvvI forward with all *peed.  nnd will likely bo com pi tiled curly hi.  A Queer Reunion.  A reunion of four brothers, who  hnd never beon together before, was  tbo happy event that waa celebrated  at tbe home of Thomas Simpson,  1047 Ke-elo street, Toronto, recently.  Tho brothers range In age from 64 to  02.  , :They oro: Charles Slmpuon, 02, a  fnrmer of Cnradoo.4 Township, near  S-Urnthroy, ThomnH, 5R, WfMt. Toronto;  Gc^rgo, 50, a farmer living near Barrio, and Fred, 54, who has been living ' MiiHsnchuaetta nnd i������ going to  Los AngebiH to mnko hia homo.  Postpaid  distribution  Write    for    ���������   ���������   to any nddrens'in  Canada  /ULCAN IRON WORKS CO.,~A0ent������  WINNIPEG. '  IQOMPANY  ���������IMITEO.  ���������MAKERS OF���������  TAYLOR-FORBES?  ������������������MAKERS  "SOVEREIGN:  "I'V  * \,  Hot Watar  Oollc 1 .and  !' n>;> .^eiiatora.  Under juat such circumstance.1*, to  know, jngnin tho joys of healthful living.  t)r. !Oinno"ti Kidney-Liver Tills cure  blliouanoaa by renaon of their dfrect  and apeclflc notion on tbo liver, cnua-  inu tno bilo to bo properly filtered  from tbo blood, where It nets as a  poison', nndApnsHod info thn inteathiOH,  whoro itis nccfiaaary to aid riiw-Ktion  and regulate the action of tho IhiwoIh,  By.tliis treatment you not onlv obtain relief from the attack, bnt bring  about lusting euro, and proven!, kidney dlncnnp, which i������ the muni outcome of neglacted biliousnosH,  IV. Chase'* Kidney-Liver 1MU* on������  pill n done, 26 centa n box. nt all denl-  era or ISdmanaon, liatca & Oo., Limit*  ed, Toronto.  V.'iod'���������) ���������  -'A  *��������� ' ViV * *  Ai":*."'  When-Your-Horsf  y Goes Lame  loclna Mm thraufh u*|U>t���������dnit'l run Jo**)'  Mtrtt ������tiikUy������iMiiMinLln<������lUuniaiJHfa  waiHUM   len't ptf ���������M������ tUmAntrf MuTVm  Kendall's Spavin Cure  , Km4 ������kM V, W, Dmwn of OtnUat, AUa, wrtu*-  ���������'I b������������c ni*l your a������ft?lii Our* forr������*rt mm m������*  <������i������pi������uir b������t������4 riMt luiia������if,)wM I nun  twtapiuu wu ap*TiM M.fctnM.'i aaauai*  i ������tMM*v*r a u aiiurfuii/ tnaiM.  1012.   At the present time the alte la  being   cleiinnJ   nml   preparation*   are,  boing made for thn  erection  of  tbo'  new C.N.U station in Calgary, which,  will nerve a������ the terminal point in  iUfi JJttP������  \ ���������  flu>IWi������lt������f *WFk<>rtt awtMra UfnUM IM  mnnnfrimn.  r*r ���������bout40)ra������MfK������M������'l'������  L   ������ DM MpM (ulillM* tftW#W iMM  MMM   Om u war 4>w|rt>t���������m *  ttfmt knMto~a WWlfcr w.   a������ii  Mm Mm f*r <Vm Imk>r ~TrMlw*aa  |kaU������lM"~������rwrtW������lrMltolw,  ������  k..    .- ���������  IWMli .   ���������  t*������EMb-  a������  VV. N. U., No. 177.  mmmMmmtmmmmilmmmmm  ianaaaa  *���������������  .y  ���������^laaaa m^wvynomvaMPE  THE   CRESTON   REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.C.  m  1&~  13--  i'Si  ... ."'Comprise one of the most complete stocks in the  Kootenays.   The quality of  the goods cannot be questioned  and our careful buying makes possible most reasonable prices.   Always bear in mind that we save you Moley and''-^^^^^:^&ps^.  ment our stock is complete. We have bought heavier for the mid-winter trade than  ever before and our constant aim is to please our customers.  m  ea  GIFTS FOR WOMEN  Table centres, handworked  in silk, silk knit mufflers,  silk scarfs, fancy cream silk  stole scarfs, silk shawls, lace  linens, Battenburg linens,  drawn linens, linen handkerchiefs silk handkerchiefs, collars, fancy belts in assorted  colors, mocca gauntlets and  gloves. Ladies misses and  childrens felt slippers.  TRUNKS, SCISSORS ETC  Trunks and leather snit cases  in different sizes.  Scissors in sets of three in  fancy cases.  Complete line of Pocket  Knives, Pipes, Leather Purses etc.  Cigars in Boxes of io ex-  pressley for Xmas Trade.  JAPANESE HAND PAINTED CHINA  Consisting of Cups aud  Saucers, Bread plates, Supar  and Cream sets, Fern Pots,  Pin Trays, Bon-Bon dishes,  Vases etc.' Also large line of  China of which the articles  are to numeious to mention.  Extensive line ot Jardiners  in assorted patterns and sizes.  s$m  GROCERIES  Extensive assortment of candy in boxes from Soc.to ������2.75  Also large stock of bulk chocolates and creams.  Walnuts, almonds, peanuts  shelled and unshellcd, oranges  lemons, cranberries, dates, figs  cluster raisens and grapes.  Our stock of groceries for  our Xmas trade is unsurpassed  for freshness,quality and value  GIFTS FOR MEN  Mens silk ties, linen handkerchief s, silk handkerchiefs,  excelda handkerchiefs, and  silk arm bands.  Mens combination sets consisting of braces, garters and  arm bands.  Full line of felt slippers.  m  m  &  SSSWB  m  4b^������    l\.a   J5>P  "^^'*aj| ^^K^ffe -^fc^a^-^i)^ ���������^Oa)*B>'������ajBB> ���������^���������aaXii'^B ^oSa^^S >*aS^^S ^^Sl^2 >^S  anonan  \mm\  1  1,  m  Q  k  1 j  i  1  vKebo������XaandDistrict- District of  West'  ���������>r  V Kootenay.  >, Take notice that I Bosie   Hunz, of  Spokane Washington, occupation Spin-  'ate?, intends to apply for permission to  IporshMS the following described lands;  Commencing at a post planted at or  near the Southeast corner of lot S693  oa Mwqaito Creek, thence Souta 40  chain* thenoe West 60 chains thence j  chase the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted on the  norco bauk of Summit Greek, about one  mile north-asterly from the mouth of  Placer Creek, thence 40 chains north,  thence 40 chaius east, thence 40 chains  south, Ihence 30 chains west, to point of  commencement, containing 160 acres  more or less.  Earl Goodchjld, Applicant,  Edward Ferguson.  Date. Nov. 17, 1911.  Koxth 40 ohains thence East 60 chain  to point of commencement and containing 24* acres more or less.  Bosie Hunz,  Applicant.  : James Fisher. Agent.  Dated Ootobor 16th 1911.  NOTICE  Nelson Land District. District of West  Kootenay.  Take notice that I, Earl Goodohild,  of ToronyoOnt.- ocsnpation Clerk',  intends to apply for permission to  pur.  -������'SOS xj5  Nel  NOTICE  ad District District of West  Kootenay  Take notice that I. Fred Stevenson, of  Toronto, Onfe,, occupation  Painter,  intends to apply for permission to purchase  the foliovFiuR described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted on the  north bank of Summit Creek, about one  mile easterly from the mouth of Placer  Creek, thence 40 chains north, thence 40  chaius west, thence 40 chains south, or  to Summit Creek, thehce aling Summit  Creek to point of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less  Fred Stevenson, Applicant.  Edward Ferguson, Agent.  Date, Nov. 17, 1911  NOTICE '  Nelson Land Distriot. District of West;  Kootenay I  Take notice that I, Sed G. Ohatem, of  Montreal, Que , ocenpation married Wok  man,, intends to apply for permission tef  purohase the folio wing described lands;  Commencing at a post planted on the  north bank of Summit Creek, about, ten  chains sonth of the north-west corner of  lot 8831, thence north 80 chains, thence  west SO chains, thenoe south 80 chainB  or to Summit Creek thenoe along VSnm?  rait Creek to point of commencement,  jontaining 640acres, moreor less.  Sed G Ghatem, Applicant,  Date 17th, Nov, '11. Edward Ferguson,  Agent.. ' ,    y'",.  'I'liTW  nai  thenoe north 40 chains, thenea east 40  chains thenoe south;40 chains, thenoe  west 40 chains to point of commence**  mens, containing 180 acres,, moreor leas,  > f S-thki. Luckwsex, Applicant.  Edward Ferguson,' '-ageiafe  y  *2,  P. ������.NOTICE  The attention of the Publio, is drawn  to the following;���������From thsylStk inst  to the Slst, Money orders will be issued  and moil matter, registered from 8 m, m  to 1^:15 a. n., 1 y,u. to 2:45 p. m. and  frqm4;80to6 p.. m., also from same  NOTICE i^*?' those getting their mail from tlie  Nelson Land District "riktricttf^ *ifth ****' ******  V  K>otenay,  Take notice that I, Ethel Luokwell,  of Toronto, Ont.. ocdupation, Nurse,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following desoribed lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted on the  north bank of Summit Creek, about one-  quarter mile distant, easterly, from the  mouth of Toby Creek, and abouf six  miles from the mouth of Summit Creek,  with any letter from A to L. will get  mail from No. 1 wicket ahd. from If. to  Z., from no S wicket. The Fablie. is  earnestly requested to mail articles ear.  y and so assist those dealing;, with the  mails at this busy season c������ the yearly  ��������� ������������������' E.y^Gibba.-A ������������������  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President  -A...,.,; ALEXANDER LAIRD, GEfERAL Manager  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000  yy'r-   REST, -   $8,000,000  TurrtKmvV QRDfiRS  '���������...'..'-' ' i   '���������������������������'���������'������������������'   '���������*'   ' "   ��������� ���������', -t'  Tho KoRfc^ Orders a������f The Canadian] Bank of Commerce are a safe,  ooafcnient an4 ecommicml method of remitting, small sums t>f money.  Thay ar* payable wathoutcharg* at every branch of a chartered bank in  Canada (except in ihe'Yukon Territory) and in ihe principal cities of  the United ������tat<ss;  , *  .-'The Orders and &t! reformation regarding thern niay be obtained  on application at the Bank;.: x?yyr,-.   .--yc ���������'���������"'.:  In ithe eventof loss of a'Mo������ey Order the^ Bank will, on������ receipt of  a satisfacSt>ry ijwaniatee, make arrangements to refund the amount of  the lost Order.   y'yX.: :>X'"i\ -.���������'���������'-.,      ';'."?'      Ay-y"'.-'i''A:      .:     -A-232  ..~y       -y-   Ve^^.JpWLEK^*n^gn,Craston Branch    y  ^. ^.^. ^.^. ^.^. g.^. g������^������ g;^; g;^������ g.  ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^'���������S^ ^^S^ ^^^^ ^=a "S^ ^C^ ���������  ������������������ix  Wishes you the compliments of the season and hopes you will have a good time.  3elow are a few items which will help you enjoy your Christmas.  m  m  m  In the Grocery Deportment  Foi the Paddings and Cakes.  New currrants and raisens.  New-orange, lemon and citron peels.  Shelled almonds,icing sugar,flavoriugs  and spices.  Choice layer figs in large and small  boxes.  Canned goods include  New green peas, sweet corn,  golden  wax beann, Canada Petit Fois Peas 2s.,  tomatoes and pumpkin.  The above are all new seasons Ontario  pack.  Teas and Coffee  In the teas we handle  Bee brand, Tetleys,  Rain Lais Blue  Ribbon and a choice blend of Golden  tipped  Pekoe specialy.  Coffee  Chase and Sanborns, Braids Best and  good coffee in the bean at 35c up  to So.  ^Biscuits  Christys Arrowroot, Christy^ Water  Ice Wafers, Genoa and Rice cakes, marsh  mallows and Christy's and Mooney,s  Sodas.  Grocery Specials *-���������  Queen Olives, Olivet stuffed with nuts.  White Star Pickles, Heinzcs sweet and  Sour mixed,'white onion, walnnte, gherkins, Worcester sauce etc,  '���������' ,y. Cat Jits  Perrtas Fancy chocolates in % and x  * "  lb. boxes, Creams, Peanut brittle, mixed.  and all kinds of sweets for the children.  Mens, Ladies   and cliildrettS slippers  in Felt, Leather etc.  Cutlery Stittabte for Presents  Ivory handled carvers, Staghorn handled carvers, Bone handled carvers, and  alf kitids of Pocket knives and razors including ,the celebrated John Rodgers,  I -X L, Bdkcrs in knives, and Wade and  Biitqhfjra, Boker's and Gillcttes Razors,  Handkerchiefs  Mens    and   ladies handkerchiefs   in  lawn, mercerized, silk etc.  Mens neckwear, all new shades aud  shapes.  11 "iwm w^amfuammmmm^T^II^^*  Creston  * K*  m  mmm  W.  S3*-SSls������l!������l!������lS&,&,SgiS,&&,@S:iS^  '."*������'       ���������   . .^*     ��������� v     ���������  1 v5J������VSr������\  <^it^m^*!^^essfmfs^tsffeii9%  \mmm%*SS*  i*tSS>  -aM-  i������.j*.

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