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 mmm  xy:.yX\i-.:yy.,yyy  ���������I'  ads in feast ahdW^t Kootenay Lead to Creston  X~j kIj 11  CRESTON, B.cr, FRm&% DEC.  ���������fj  - *>  I  Public Meeting May Be Called To. De=  cide On CmTrs& ������* Action;" Wgnf  Government Inspection At Ofrce  One ot CreBton Valley's prosperous  ! , ranchers utppped one    ol the town!?  j> equally prosperous merchants Qn^hajj  I _..-...,.   4-1*1 a '  waaIt     and      Asked  him   & I  ' legislators there in the fight manner'  street thia' week and asked him a  ���������simple ojuestlon which ran like the  following: *  '"If you went to some ot the financial interests ot Canada or the Unit*  ed States and showed them, v by  spending between two and five, h~i.&-  dred thousand dollars they could  make $8,$90,0o0, what would they  do?"  N Iho answer 'was the natural one..  "But," conttavfcd the rancher,  "say the^ proposition - involved such  mighty obstacles as probable or be-  fclieved injury to vested interests,  (sectional Jealousy and local disinterestedness, what would the men of  finance do V\r  ' "Such little things wouldn't   stop  them," was the answer.    ,  ^   There was eouexderable interchange  -ot    inquiries ^and   answers    of    this  aaturu but ths gist    of the thought  which,   the   rancher    was   trying to  drive home was that if the Provincial Government w spent    a couple ol  * hundred thousand, dollars in reclaiming the lowlands   fronting - CreBton���������  lowlands'  ^ which ,   are"    provincially  , owned���������it^could:'in *as few' years _sell  I   > r <M. v   <  ! oft the entire* acreage at a profit4 oi  ^methi-f^^jUkeJ -^ three ^ojiars    for  eves^ one   its, spent"' an<������ ttould ever  afterwards reap. ^ubstantial":taxes. on  improved lands.-IwMch it i's noW hold-  i, ing and which,are worthless as   far  '��������� au������ assets go.        ;   ^ ^ \ ' v  there Should be 'no difficulty, in ' ,at  l$aaf; ^e'til^igla^ommission0 appointed  to study the conditions and make a  report as to its feasibility.  There are so many features involv-  od���������so many sides to the question of  reclaiming the lands���������that the matter will require considerable thought  and study for those wbo say they  are going'^to push tbe matter -to a  finish.  Many Thing* To Consider  TO SEE CRESTON  ^���������i ���������I.-.��������� , ������������������������ ������ .^��������������������������� ���������  VIEWS GO ON SLIDES  R������ai Estate Man . Sp***  Week Gathering Dat ':  Oii Valley   {  Ls*,3  Everybody Should Help  Greston has beeirttdvocating the reclamation of   the'  lowlands    at its  front   door     lor   Vcars���������practically  s&cs the &*������*���������   settlers   arrived.     It  i Is still ������aklng. Ior reclamation but up  until this time there has been only a  half-hearted   interest   taken   in   the  , matter.    Everybody who is acquain  ted,with CreBton knows that the re  claiming ot the lowlands would mean  41,,, triple   population   tor   the  .town  within five years, a general increasi  in values and the introduction ot    e  new^'torm   ot   agriculture   into thi  valley.    It would   be an all aroum  oeneflt   for   everybody.     Oompanlci  hove come; into tho valley with   th.  Intention bl   dyking   the land but e  eeepage waa   encountered   that pre  eluded   engineering    work    ot   thit  nature.    Other eompnnle* thnve look-  ' ed over the ground but nothing  hoc  been dono because, thoro .was hobod;  to "push a good, thing along.". Nov.  'the ranohero and business mtin    art  preparing   to   do   something  material   natura���������to   make  X:    Although the dyking echonie is/not  belloyed td bo ioaclblo although i&orr  ���������.;'*:.,.-;may'-be aome   mcanB ,'of vforkln^ i;  1 :out,   the   cmgeoBtlpn   ot dolng^Bpttu  englneoring work at tho 'Narrows nl  ttio outlet' ot Kootenay tako lo ,go  ing to W tho   live Issue.     Whctlitf  tnko   tho   naturo ot ,i  or   of [deepening th  determined by ".������*'  The matter ot   worth to tfce gov-  ernment is unquestioned.     The land  as    it    now    stands    is    practically  worthless except as pasture land and  for late summer hay.     It returns no  revenue to tbd governments at present  and there  are some    35,000 acres in  the lowland area.     The minute that  this vast tract is reclaimed it   will  be worth over    $100 an acre.      It is  Lhe richest kind of black  muck  soil  and the loam    is    several- feet det*p.  For. dairy farming,    for celery growing, for potato    growing,    for practically everything except fruit, it'- ig  the best class of ground.   "Its Value  to the government, its worth to the  town, its benefits for every consumer  of dairy-.products and vegetables  '"in  the Kootenays are most 'obvious.,-.--.  Engineers.now advise 'that*.'the best  plan" that" c#n be pursued .is*-for-'/tfifc  government to,    instead of iwidening  .ne narrow^ to  inciea&e"tde jiydrauiu  gradient- but at the same tfme itt-  atfall a system of locks at 'the* narrows which would keep up the* main  ievel Of both the lake and the rivei  at the points'where power plants art  dependent upon it. At the- last  meeting of the Associated Boards of  Trade  manager  sr Company made the announcement  m an address that any attempt to  iower the level of the Kootendy lake  would bring tho combined weight oJ  ihe vested interests against tho    re-  "Creston the California of Canada*'  will" be   otie   of   the   slogans under  which the Creston Valley wlll���������bo exploited before the people of the Mother Land this winterly Joaej^h fateiit-  ton, a ���������vMU-know^^fai ���������������*���������*������ <*���������������������������?*  the Bast Kootenaya sm*-'Jf>' W*. Bennett,   editor   ot 'tha- afeS^^ej-lf���������*,  who spent part ot tki* w*������j i������ t*W������l  gathering data o������   tW ������r*������������lcw oo* j  obtainios rame imMtmm^m&$HMIb' I  ie viewe wWe% w^tt ������fr^^'  laatem slidts to mcoamm^^ ���������  fuse ot, boxiu *^S������Misi< ; ^  men who let-sfrento are, *A ^..^ ,.,t  other valloya have taofeeaed 'apoay"^**  11  VALLEY ESCAPES  auir DISEASES  e  <f^P'*'     T^ *****���������*-* ni������>fa &mir+~~**+*++**+������  TROUBLE ELSEWHERE  Wj"-   ^        (������ *.���������������������^������ i������'i| Hi   LI i,V  to***n���������*vi Of  ArrlcuN  meRt On "Fruit Pit"  jk $.  PRIZES AT SPOKANE  Stocks & Jackson Enter Six Varieties And  Capture  Blue_ Ribbons _ For_ Four1  Of  Them; B. C. Gets 49 First Placfes  7$h6'jCreston Irnit growers have heen  W^atfortunate in escaping a majority  W$fy������ apple diseases that havo omsed so  ^^bh^oable throushont thb Province  "'HL the fml* sections at ska Slates.   In  i**X3r������6������tf JiaiJ had ������������������ ftgronble- what*  ,^.wi-Ue.'a������ab and ������th������r ecttreaks  whUe^ a-U*ie*U^ ������my4iflloul.  ���������fam 4iaw, tbo ranohera are  iy^mCytfkJi \������he troubles o������  >4ssiij^c.g#fl'watatoing thefr fruit  ^mtK'.p nip *������y threatened  ,.,,   ..'������-&&+���������' T>e department  ���������J;^^W#,;������hro?3h P.. M. Winslcw,  laiai^hwrllicnlturist, has issued a  atatement   on the "fruit pit or  Creston Valley as   the moat logical j j^^^iaBpotVandinlannchiiiKits cir-  section m the entire provinoa to ~P?t ' "  before the people    and their reasons  i'or doing so are rather interesting.  Both Mr. Grafton and Mi. Bennett  have holdings here, property which  would amount to something ovfer 2,-  000^ acres m the aggregate. In;,dis-  cusamg^iheir > property and thelpro-  ect of Settlement which they intend  carrying out in the OM Country,  Mr. Bennett, before leaving *tbe tval  ley, 'said:  Passed Up Good Thing  ctrtasr says that the disease has been re-  pdrted from practically every prominent  apple growing section iu the Piovince.  The Crestou Review has canvassed  the entire valley in au eiforc to find  som$:xani?her that has had trouble with  the '.ttruit���������pit" but with no ouccebs,  -T   Climate Kills Disease  The Cseflton Vallev annarently is one  of th&prominent fruit growing sections  Irtish Columbia the t has the climate  inB  "���������'%,,' <        andHdoil which counteracts naturally the  V^othjMr.    Grafton    and   niyselt1 trait pit.   At the same time fthe ranch:  '������.-*������ -um ti-ovpilinp- nnd work?to'e^~bi  ere are not certain that the  '*epot" may  not tiy.to break into the valley   and  were *much interested in thev sobjeot.  ������*������ * *  have, been travelling and wdrk?h&. ~bi j en^iiot certain that the  '*epot*" may  the'prpviace fdr -fifteen years* ajfd*"*;fti  inoh interested in thev subject  ement is particulary interesting  er ,see|ng'all parts of it'We long^agti1  -decked 'ihat ^e landA -urthe.Crestb*  Valley,-was thelnost certton to brto-jj'  results.'year'after'^year:- ���������Like tfc-my  others who    investigated, this valley  some   tea   or   fifteen   yeafs ago thj&gft?oi ^ ^fter it has gotten Ja hold,  were unable to see its tuU Possibili^i^*.        ������^k was loUows:-  Creston won four first prizes  at the  Spokane Apple Show tbis week iu com-  petition with the best fruit ranches in  the United States ahd rCanada.     Half  Ihe apples that were sent to tbe show  won prizes, and tho other half received  1 honorable mention.   This, according to  the  statistics of the apple show, this  year and of years past,  is a far better  showing than has been made by the nv-  erase apples irom any other one section. ���������  British" Celumbia as a whole   won 49  fit at" prizes;'-and when-the fact that  many carloads were sent across tho border from   tbe  fauiouB- apple   growing  countries' is .taken   into-consideration,  Oreatou'e showing with a small display  ii the more remarkable.  ' Tbe four fit st   prizes  were   won   by  Stocks and Jackson, who have exhibited  every year at" the Big Show.     At the  time of writing  lhe annouueemeuts of  tlie judges concerning tbe apples entered  hy D. S. Timmons. the only other Creston exhibitor, are rather meagre, but  it  is doubtful if he took down any prizes  or they would have been annouueed.  ;    Local' kancher Consistent  Stocks and Jackson won. their prizes  on-iheir   entries of   Roxbury  Russets,  \   ��������� ' ' i -  Gideons, Sattou Beauties, and Pewau-  kees. , Their Ontarios aud Wealthys did  not get into the prize winning class, but  > *   *������v      (     i   i    ^ j*j %  t   "^  nhey^yere among the leading o*-������<*������ nn  ��������� -*       -    *���������.   1r.r.       T   nC,m   *0n>  ties -at that time although' we were  certain that it would' eventually  make a name, for itself: "We ,are  sorry now that we did not buy more  baoaas&ic goe^:&*-thekr*Mu������ienata of'-ihe        -r-,������y      '.     ��������� /. -- T _-M ���������  <-ej^*.  ��������� >    jj|' <r������& -   -r  \j^ "'-^flf? ,' - N ., >   *   l (heir-respective tables. Last year-Stocks  disease: poiuciugouLboih^us appearance I     ,**-,' ,.- "* *:'*,_B.r:.v      i^''*"1'- ~~r~>  '       * - I tiudJackaou brought home three prizes,  poiuciug  At-vj^ous, stages and"������elli������ir how "to  ^Tfie statement- is as lollows:  ���������"-**   *��������� ' ���������_  ���������This disease of Apples bas been reported to the Department from praoti-  I cally e*ery ������\ppte growing section of tbe  sorry now ^uni, wo vi*\i. uuv  ��������������� * .���������������������-������ .   ^   - ^ - .  - of the Associated Boards ol land here ^by now ��������� triVVancherel ^partmani from praotMUyavery ap  'of the Kootenays, the general  bave proven that it is the^best ���������"*|**^5^^2ST!5^  er of the'West Kootenay Pow-   growing valley ^n xhe provxnee. ^       | w. -������v,w-^- r.���������^ ~^TZ  "���������am****  ii������*������ *-h*n nft-.'ar*. hoWcTar. k *iat eka Qaszt as J1l������U, 'Wsus proDaniy  and-*r������ 1^0? they were also 'among the  winners, Their showing* this year is  toe,better because tney were competing  ������rith more districts and with [more apples. Notwithstanding this competition  however,  Creaton  urown apples were  named as thu superior fruity  Lack of interest and eyita thai were  unseeing concerning the advantages of .  advertising the valluv aud tlje individuHl  farms, kept Crostou's dismay to rhe  minimum. Stocks aud Jaekson made a  good showing in the plate display class, ~  bnt outside of oue box, Crest n was not  r-preseutvd, except nn plates.  ,   Creston is the Loser  I    The district piize offered by-the managers of tbe npol*1 show   wns   Won   by  tbe Bonuers Ferry country; wliich is not  more than 30 miles Trom   the   Crenton  valley.   Bonners Ferry hits practically   -  the same climate aud conditions an Cref-  rou, aud thut district won out becnuxe ic  weut to the show determined' to' tiifc������  down a prize.   Plstciug the apples from  Bonners Ferry betide the Crestou applen  on display at the show,  oue man vlui  was interested iu comparisons usked a ^  oumbar of men standing about   hipi^- >  which   apples- tlwy thought   were, the "*  best.  The disinterebted bystanders.picked the Crestou apples na their' r-Luiccf  Afi a matter of fact, i't 'was the" co'isou-  susof opiniou of thoso *.vho  visited tbe  apple show tbat the Creston apples were  as good, if nob beer, than tbe Bonneia  ���������ferry apples. Bonnets Ferry took doy. a  .  the  district pr,ize  by t-heer  numbers,  Creaton lost prifeos by not   -euding;VitHr  products to thfc shdWf ������-���������*'  -- Th^r B^^h^ls^bia^xnibitoi^^^^^^  " -"*- yhplejji'v^^'.ljnbiiaot over-the  ,h^'*pSc^keu 48 priaeaid the  (Bg^jHoe grower at Needlds ,  ���������,. ^���������., ie^a9Sfl������,  while Summer*  laud growers -took first, and second iu -  tbe class tphjoh called for the best threw  boxes or a barrel of apples.  '���������y:  \^&3^$$ti\  ixxm  ���������im  It is    doubtful  alamation ' schjemo.  .f ��������� the   lowering   of   the lake would  burt the power; company as its plant  .s several miles. away from the outlet .but there is. little doubt but that  ehe power company and all the flrmb  lependent    upon    it    for powor and  light' would    combine   against   any  movement which did not tend to preserve tho   present level pf the lake.  A. solution lor this   problem among  the   many   has   beon   offered ln the  dhape ot gates jWhioh eould bo lower-  jd during the flood season'and rals  <*d after the  their'energy-.  .'troamo; A Sni?h  pQrfoctiyjJflaDible  much-inVpropbrtion   tb the increase  in valuo'cih'tlie'reclaimed lanid.  ��������� "���������    ���������*, V   -   . ' ' ' ' ���������  : - vV SyBteni' Of dates Advised  Xowbrlhg ��������� tho' 'Vleyol*   of   the lake  T-oiltd'i aiso i hring, aill manner of   -.o\r  o'ctlbiib* fromtho ranchors who   now  .uvo ;their,   homos   aioor the Vutors',  jdgo.VA* lower lovel would     leave  hem high   and   dry ' on tbo benchou  'ind thoy would undoubtedly want remuneration ",) for' ''"tho     inconvonienco  tne rant^ora- ^hd,  ^^ ftr'   sIvon   ���������:*u6��������� ���������   ^otwltliptandlng   tho  uolng to oak for at Yictovla.   'lit it    ^omt of new land that would    be  very probable thnt within a tow,day6 >lvcntbem;to 'the, low water mark!  ft public; meeting will bo; called    to, t   ny reclaiming the land through a  "Better late, than ne-'er, hoWcvor.  We are now going to exploit 'the valley with alt our powers.     Certainly  we are going    to   try and aell out  own land but we are not selfish. We  desire the settlers first.     Where they  take holdings is a secondary consideration.     We are well aware,     and  every other person hero should know,  that every timo a settler comes into  tho valley and improves o tract,   he  enhances the   value   of the property  already owned by no .little amount,  iuti  uaftthQ-Ccsse as *������U,,wWla probably  tnetpitMirtieesea ait reperied from Ihe  iaoH nromlaeaifrnU eeotlons. During  tha last six weekeeawdriea on the sub-  jetji fiav* inoreased greatly, lndioatiu������  ������ rapid developement of the diseaae jnst  praviatis to and following shipment.  Daring the noaspn of 1900, a .similar  oatbrenk ocoured, though nob to as great  an extent as this year, tu aome eases,  there* krre neon loeses up la K%< of the  frnllpisked, and we an advised other  carw Wh-W* Urge shipments lutvt had  umv  IIUUI  pnn������ U^ IIFW ROTaTIlK RUT  UI1UUU       IH1W \mmU\IV        I   UllllUkV       UUI  BUILDING HOPES  Congregation Wants New  Priests House Beside  Us Church.  Bvery'man that eomea into ������th* val-! -        ���������;.-,,- .   .   . a   ���������.!_.,....  \% ^Z J2 activity, '^f *<wkK*^"^ff * d-,f *%U"  '"*';' TmUnfmtmwm^t r > t������i^'^ wc^f , *M f������hiqipal ones  "There io bne big roaaas mty   we ^-^lyfieaia \# frail sTrowors aro;  at mmm  ���������i i ii ii i..  i.������> ��������� .,     y-tj  Total Products Values Increase But Hay'Avid  t w - mm*   t  Clover Show Drop  The members ot the Church of thel   Ottawa, November  Holy Gross have started out a acbacrlp-1 to the  lion paper whioh they hoto will bring  tbem enough funds with whioh to build  their ohmeb.  of ��������� a  '' "a fast  '���������'���������4>������k-.-:y,-'':  tJltlB Bhould  widening   plo*n  eliannol ahould bo  'government ^cpmmitJElon Ann*1- hy gov  ernment bnglWra and this Un   wbai  tlie ^urpoBttjoivdlncwpainB^tho matte  end ���������deciding,!,ort-;*what ccj-urool to pwt  vWoyv'v.'^^v;weotlngV'-iol'^.'bolng 'talked  Vot and^thp.Mbrt^  have an oppo^uhity.'to* aho^ whether  thay fere*in earneat in'ith9 rimtter. If  the; meeting.'*��������� ���������; called :;it is almoBt  eettain that,the 'mattex', will be ear  tl-ed Into the legiBUtive hallo,at Vlo-1  toria and 11 it is presented to    thai  look and goto system ot tho Nor-  ���������own littlo work would,bo done In  this community 'although the ends  of thoso wontlne *ho lftnd roolaltnod  would bo attained.' It io a auoatlon.  whothor Bflctlonal iealoitiy would not  flirurc in tbw plnnnlnr������ of' the lm-'  ."[provornont.'���������'.''There lo no doubt, haw^  ovor, but that any land improvement  a Btrftlght atoty ol it*i'^^M,  and what it hae now, and e^ir bearers will bo impreHoed.    Wi������ will give  thom tho truo facts about the climate r noil, productions from year ; to  year and tho constant growth.,.Those \  facts;, wo ^flguro will bo enough ���������    to  ''drowV'itho'   kind' ot'people that we  want*    Wo nro going- to mako Bristol; the pivot of ,our iocturing'''| tour  lh tho Old Country aiyl we will vielt  tho .counties of OiouccstorBhltc/lJoy-  onshlr.0.,.      DorootshircV,. ������, SoinorMt-  shlre, ; , Hamprtilre,   . - Bueklngb'iini^  jshlrei    ' Oxtordahlre,   rand"'   tier^Jt-  Bhtro, .'. Tbey; are *',the., fruit-*'iaia-  ing���������dlfltrlctB and, ^rel-ajrovt^ur' Ufbd  I -oii mm> that We;'oro,/af,tei>--men    who  know the bunlne88.. A Wo will spend  from three to four ���������mon.tha in Boilth  ���������kjiit    'vmSmf.Uy'XyX, x'y ::-A-"������������������'������������������ r'ry. ... .  pl^^orden; and Bitter Pit in south  Aft^a. liTo so has yet lioen  been given, beeauao no spoclfio ouuse  Hub got boon dlscouvored. , ���������     ;  (Coatiuucd ou Page B)  weatorn lUnglarid aWd wewiu talk^^o-j  tiling but tho Orootbii'';.V^iloy."''." '  liii F. JoluiMou eluNud up hlM bualliOdS  hero nnd 1611 for Cranbrook Tlinteday.  He nnd hU family will apeud the winter  thexo,' ":  -.    '.���������''..'.���������,'..''.  Description Of Disease  i ^hon n������unlly notlood, tlio iippoanuico  Ib that of roundish brown i������|������ot������, ju*t below tho Burfuoo of tbo Bkhi of tho apple,  or perhaps up to ii of  ������w l������ch deop.  Wlniu nonr'tho'Burfrtoe, thoro la.a amall  uroular dopre.alon just abevo tho apot.  Oh tho oouloured portion of tho applo,  this depression la aurounded by Bllgbtly |  ,ioi*poraolout. andou tho green p<rt������of  tho applo tho dopreanion ia deaj^r vroen  olOthgliig later to brown.   Tho  l������r������^n  ������P9llipitliir iu oharooter, dry, nud o ui,  parftilvrtirytmieih,   Vhoepoli tt������u������inor.  ^livjffemiW to U 1������- ln A[n}ai*li r������ '^  (it not quite tho samo depth.  *i|.'tbo,tr������iMe dwAlnrw,   ������������������>^ ������1������"<-  ooour, aud ftnnlly <ho brown may ex-  I Uiid !������'���������������woro or le������a not.work throuah  '    /   : (OonUnutd on P������������t i\ ���������   ;'  a priest's houao  beside  They are especially desirous of gottiug  ���������he required amouut bocuubo thoy believe that thoy will bo glvon a resident  priest If tbey provide tho prober ncooui  odatlohB for one.   They will need abont  $11500 nnd tbe 100 or more Cathollca iu  the town bellevo that thoy can gat hoi  together that muoh money,  >T1 o pvoaeut plana are; still ouly lu ten-  tiitlyb flhape but tho memborB tapeot to  build on the two lotsbotweon the ohuroh  aiid tho Kllugouamlth homo,   Tbo two  lotti moaauro 100 by 120 nan wholo and  it is,tlio Intention to hiivo a Iiouho S6 by  iB built upon lt.    xhoio yvill bo tbvoe  vi*ooniB(dowu stuliH and throo or four up  stulisWith a both room.   IC tbo chnroh  inombore   aro sucoeatfnl it will mean  that Oroaton, will havo a Bnh*tnutialvnd  3P^������r-Tbe report  Ccdbub and   Statistics Office  shows that tho total area in potat-  oob, roots,   fodder crops, bay     and  clover thiB year was   9,007,493 acres,  with a totaLproducts valus^ot  $2W,-  05D.000.   "This is   $1,600,000      more  than last year, aud tbere in a     de-  I crease of   18,120,000 in hay and clov-    >  er.     The largest increase ia    ehov^n  in potatoes, which ia nearly   $<i,00u>  000 moro   than laBt   year, although  tho   product   io   Icbb   by A   8,0C0,t)0C   ;  bUBhols,���������the   average   aollthg   price A  being  60 centa per, bushel oa compared, with   45 cents a year ago.    The V  value of thio year's   product of hay .v a  and clover and fodder corn If  $159,-a '  065,000, which is loss than; loot years V  value by   $2,608,000.    Potatoes, tnr-  nipp and othor rooto jmd ougat bcctil v  havo   a ,v value' of    $59,090,000, being  more than last yoor'a value by $4,*18- '��������� -,,  000.     The   quollty of all the crops '  this year la  90 per cent, and   over ,;.���������'  y\  am1  ���������:���������?*'>M  ��������� .'-���������y  dltlon to He nliiondy fino church cqu(p>  mont.  Tho B������������ul( of Commoroo will probably  move to Its new Jiendquartera Tneadny  or W������dn������Mliiy, Thoro nro only a^oupU*  small oiirpiMitorlng jobs loft undone  now aud tlio employees of tho bank have  already moved into thoir Hue now quar-  ������we, ,,,,.���������  ^fack Btephens left, Monday to visit hie  Lild home ln Ontario.  excepting   augar boet,   which 1������    88  per cent, and laat year all wopa excepting potatoeo, turnips and   other  roots were over  90,    Tho valuer of  all root and fodder cropa this year  by   provlncea     were     $5,754,000   in,  Prince Bdwurd Inland,   $12,^38,000 in  Nova   Bcotla,    $13,596,000   in   New  Brunswick,    $73,315,000   In   Quebec,  $99,468,000 in Ontario,   $5,583,000 in  Manitoba,    $8,700,000   In Haakatchs-  wan, and $0,811,000 In Alberta.  The area eowo  to   tell wheat thU  COontluued oo laal V*^*)  "i'.vl  ������l'l-'l"( 1' 'J-  k  I*1 <*r  4&  ':*S  *i:  Xrxy):  : ��������� 'i*  tit'i:l  ���������'Xx'm:  iviVi'Vi1  *     . ������*"I  - *.������ - ������  \ '  ,*> < >-  I  V;.  i-j***"  i ��������� ��������� J  J      i  4  i  J j  lu-'  .������������������If  px ���������  I-,:    ' *  ill  ;*'���������'  I'vi'.'  it-,-v ���������;  iv-....���������  THE    CREBTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B! C.  s I  &oim<HJp,  pmance of Arizona  Novelised From Edmund  Pay's Melodrama J* J*  JOHN   MURRAY  MILLS MILLER.  and  9 -Cmytinht. ttos. >r a  bam Gsw  ���������at^AAA>A.Annftitiaa<ii*nfttieii>sti  (Continued..)  CHAPTEK, XVII.  jUD'S  conscience   wap   not   trou-  fact, be was rathor proud of  his conduct of late. He had  shaken Buck Mclvee. and he had forgiven Echo for all the hurd thoughts  he had against ber���������'without considering that she would be more than wo-  mau If she failed ro harbor resentment  against the uniu who bad prevented  her from calling her husband back  from the desert.  In the nbseuce nf Slim both Bud and  McKee had attained a feeling or security in tbe matter of the Terrill murder.    McKee had already ventured to  use some of his share of the robbery  in ^gambling.     Hud   bad   uot  yet  convinced himself either of the right or  the advisability of spending, his share.  Both conscience and fear advised bins  to keep tue blood  inouey intact.    He  carried it with him wherever he went  and became in time quite pleased with  himself because of his compunctions in  doing  so.     He   was  even   Pharisaical  about McKee's gambling.     No;  when  hia mind bad become clear about keeping it ho would make an honest use of  ft,  such  as  investing  in   a   saloou   in  Florence.   When, however, he suggested to Polly that dispensing liquors over  a bar and ruuning a faro game on tbe  Side would be a congenial occupation  suited  to their talents sbe sat  down  forcibly upon his aspiration, and tbey 5  finally compromised on Polly's propo- *  sitfon to conduct a livery stable in Tuc- j  eon, where. Polly felt, though she did 1  not say so to Bud. that Sheriff Hoover. ���������  wltb whom she bad  been Sirting too I  dangerously, would not be io evidence.  aa in Florence.  Polly, however, was greatly pnzsled  6ver Bnd's confidence in h:s abiilsy to  raise the wind that would launch this  delectable but to her mind illusory enterprise. In a moment of weakness he  intimated that he already had tbe mon-  ������y In hand.  "How did you get it?" she demanded.  "Saved it." he said.  Wbeli sbe asked  him how  he could  have  saved  the   thousand  dollars  demanded for the(stable out of bis-salary of $-10 a month be replied:  "By economizing. I've cut off my  chewing" tobacco.'* .  "That cost you but two bits a: w4ek.  an" you've taken up cigarettes- at a  dime n day." said observant Polly. **I  know what you've been doia'. You've  been gauiblln'."  -"Cross'my heart, Polly, I "haven't,"  eaid Bud. aud Polly, wbo bud no great  objection to using money won at cards  so long uh she did uot positively know  the tjxct, discontinued her objections I  and resumed the delightful occupation  of castle building. The home sbe bad  la view cousistcd of three rooms over  tbe livery stable.  "1 wimt a red carpet In the front  room au' wall paper like thnt at Bow-  en'a store, wltb bosses jumpin' gates  on U"-  "Dou't you think tbere will be a little too much horse there, Polly, wltb  the stable under us and the smell com-  ���������i Ing np?"  "Sho, Bud, you can't hnve too much  hoss. Why. It was the host* smell about  your clothes that made rue fall lu love  with you." exclaimed tbe enthusiastic  horsewoman.   She continued:  "An* I want a yellow plnsb furniture  set, an' a photograph album to match,  an' n center table, an' n 'Rock of Ages'  picture, nn' a boudoir"- .  A boudoir was beyond the ken of  Bud. He knew nothing of housekeeping. This must bo oue of those atrango  articles the mystery of which be would  have to solve before he could feel that  be was really n married man.  "What tbe devil Ib a boudoir?" bo  asked.  "I don't know, what It is, but all rich  women havo them."  Bnd took both of Polly's bands In bis.  Looking her fondly In tbe eyes, be  eaid: "Then, by thunder, I'll get yon  two of 'era. We'll raise tbo limit when  wo furnish thot shack. I'm the hop*  pleat man In the country."  "Well, you ought to be," laughed Polly.   "Juut ������w������ whnt yon are gettln'.  .   "I've got tu cliutie myself back to the  house. You're rldln' night herd tonight,  ain't yoii?" ubo tuUtad.  ������������������Yes.   I'm on t.h<* cocktail tonight  I  am going to bunk down horo,  I'll be up  nt rhi* Iiouko nt sunup, nnd wo cun gc  ovor to Florence together."  "HI hnvo breiikruHi  mul>  fer you,  ftopi* my pony for im*. will you?"  Pud witM HtnllHig nnd  hnppy iiguln.  All of hia troubles wero furgotten.   "All  right!" he cried ns tie stnrtwl to mount.  "flay, you're awful forgetful, aren't  you?1" nuked Polly demurely.  Bud looked about lilin. HllghMy be  wlldorcd. Then lit* ruallKod IiIh oversight. He ran to Polly'* nlih������ nml fried  fo kins her, but Mho motioned him  aside, enruig: "Too late. Vou low."  ������������������lint I didn't know/'stniiunervd Bud.  "Next llm<* you'll know cm your  wiry!" ntrtly centummU*d the girl.  li'-d'n face dnrkufneil. "Oh. well,  goodby"  Polly looked nft������r him, nurplcxvd and  6&sry.    His rrurrender t<������ l������*>r  whlinn  witnout a fight nettled her.  "Goodby yourself," she snapped.  "He's the most forgetful man 1" ever  loved. If I thought he was a gumblln'  man I'd get a divorce from him before  I married him. 1 would sure." mur  mured Polly as Bud disappeared toward the corral.  Polly's musing was Interrupted hy  tho return of Buck McKee.  "Is Bud Lane over here?" he asked  "You must have passed hhn Just now  He's just got in from night umllnV  "1 thought I seed him coniiu' this  way. When's tbe weddiu' bells goin  to ring?"  Polly flushed. "Next month Then  you'll lose Bud's company fer good."  she answered defiantly  "Well. I haiji't been doln' him much  good," Buck assented "I'm goin' back  home, though "  Polly   gazed   at   Buck   ln   surprise,  Here   was   a   new   view  of  the  man.  one she had never considered     It was  -strange -to���������twar- -thi**���������*������"JU*-������i���������iuuJ- Vtx3iJ_  man talk of a home.   The repot I tion of  "i 11 mice care of your -friend's,bim-.  die   an'   the   papers -an*   money' you  took from his pocket,    Drop thom!   1  didn't figure on gettln" Uaok to< I3usi������  *RGES  ness as soon as I got ^������^bpt ^.J^   fe^^V^^OT   ������t������  . r V"  iny    iriiiu    5 t'jiiuu.    wup  stulid\y. .to" Wlg^Inu*:-' "i*  been   . 4<dn* {��������� 8flteietUH\\.  never can tell, oan you?  The  last   remark   was  nddrejffcjjj^ to*  bis deputy. Timoer Wiggins',- w&o.butfeteatt fex������.*>fc   ������������*_Li������*  joined hitr, *       .....     ?l   *,, -Jft ^T-   \ w ^lt  I    "This  here's  Timber  Wiggins."*"*depJ*  -���������' '������!--5-A'-* ������  j uty sheriff of Pinal county,''*������ici'������hih>et? |  I Slim     for     Pernnn's     enliglitvnijK^it. j  "Mr   Wigrins.  will you take1 ^car0<-vf r  this  friend   of   mineV"  continued /utU^; %  bherilT.   glanc iny   from   Pernuti.   w'bp1"1  looked at him  reckon    he's  naughty'.'  ,      , ,     y       ., '(i,v*, ^  The   two   men   dismounted,   kwplng  the outlaw covered und>'Watcbi*a*g bl������  every glance. %  ^ ��������� ^ -v {���������,  "Anything  to  oblige^   replied iWiggins, who had srtlenmly e.nterod wltb  Slim Into his assumed fttt'tnallty.  Wiggins stepped WMnd Peruna nnd.  Jiciiclijiisi forwaid. leuUived Buck's gun  from  Real fVllsoio'A'o! the British Expedi*ibn  Is to Determine the** Economic  Value oS������H������i|fel^*kn6A������^\Territory,  Estaplinh^ akx^gj8o||jniihJca^ Survey  and, P.f4fr^'ne^t^i|^n|d^n -Frontier  ���������Abor%TA*r/ 'Abn'ort'OnkVoV-n.  ���������^QPl^this tim(f*the ������������������'first advance  into the A&o^ country Is well in prov-  gt~>*. "Tlio'iminpdi'ate, and. to many",  thp hihst dirtr^Wy" interesting aspect  cl{ the expedition'led by Gen". ,Bc>wer  ih? the'fact that a wholly unknown---  pt$rh<ip** tlae last* Wholly -miknown���������  count iv in   thu   world   will   be. thu--  om-tiod u,.''���������'l.llJ'?S2gr^iH.ca^"'  i isMuiQue^iiohabie" Anar^Svam.i  :ST3?Y OF A MLD������L.  ^  . -  ��������� ���������   -������ - ,  The Klnj Did Not Know Coi. Gjrabam  1    ^;,   \\       Was  a Canadian.  '     uM������<!������(i*aham,   of   Boston,   who   was>  .���������(jvi'siting*  in   Canada-"recently,   tells  u.  gooa%tiory 'oPan^So'me'd^i*. ' In hi*  early..days, Grahain  was a bugler it-.  t.VM#$?i"Ree<m������nt .,of..Hami 1 ton. Thpti  ne^ t^ioved to Tdronto, joined thf  XjuotjtKs Own, and was onp of the  lucky���������.on������s   chosen   to   po   with   th������*t  16 Onuses of UiagquaferJ /  Cough Syrup for 506  The Quickest, Surest Cough Remedy-You  "5%/er Usedr trr Mmpey t*mfi,nrimMm    ���������������������>.  ��������� Even Whooping "Caugh'Taulcfclyr'**  Tou may not need the %2 which a G0-  cent bottle of Finex eaves you, but you  do   need   the  wonderful   effectiveness   of  this    famous    cough    remedy.      It   will  . usually   stop   the  mpst   obstinate *������ieep-''  regiment   to   the   Northwest' in   1885,     Seated cough indlde of 24 hours, and haa^\  "He   j&rved   throughout  the   Rebellion  > n������e^ul for whooping eough.  and lived to wear a medal for his ser  vic,e. Afterward5! he went to MpntTea'  and serV?d in the Victoria Rifles. Later ne went lu Boston and was invited  to ,'jo.in   the   Ancient   and   Honorable  SArtillepy/Coonpany. - When  this body  sitedv* England  during  the  reign  of  ueen Victoria, Mr. Graham was one  ������������������oj those who took th^ trip.    Th'e 'on-  t'ji-iainm&Tit,. ^sSfHi tremendous,    It was  tb/e first 'tifts? ,'jErttland ,Yiad ever had  "Yep.  up to the stn"i>.  where  I   wu?������  borne������3 at     This here climate's a lee  ..������������. .���������.���������. ������. u .."...<-.   ....  ..-,.,-       the outlaws holster,  whichJm-J, ,_  ...  'ia*w������s'  the word "home" by Polly lod him to    been empty since UuckV <knrU������������r In" tho    of,  the   Branft\apur*rn,t of. i^^^y^k  continue- -    ' * i rti,-v-  h,������^  takvu his r^voKer nfter  ho \\^y e\mtcn.OO-remains still TTflm9&?  " of', much, inltl even oi hot dltptj^ tfre  gorge thiough which tb������ Dihong river  sinks 9,000 feet and more from Ti*>t  I tiv. the plains ol Assam should be., t^ill  ���������if bejMity. of interest from* a" scientific '  and spurting point, of vivyv. and perhaps even of great industrial oppor-  tun.ty. Moreover, this Abors, and their  e\en less-known neighbors to the  northeast and Vo.rthwest of the great  ri.V"r, iuinain'iCfnrblt as unfamiliar as  tney" have been since the days when  ADalton, Mackenaiej and Maxwell severally raised for a few moments the  curtain that hides "th4m from th<*  world. -  , ,      i  So yiuch oi real interest would' attach to this missioni������were-it merely  aii isolated attempt to'compel aTbet-  ter understanding between ourselves  and the people of this unknown corner  of the world* that there ife.SGtne ch$ncp  that its much deepej^impi>Jfcta^ce jnay  is.sed at-home, saya  Tfi5S Inl port an ce  .lies ip the fact that* the Abpr expedition is not a,mere rihnit;,Ve .or exploratory mission. * '^ 9  c It is a well-eonceive<Loperation that  falls into ite true place only when we  remember, that other missions are also  .being despatched to' this neglected  frontier, and 'that its primary and  tempor-ary work is bein" done. Gen.  eral Bower's column will be engaged  upon ils sh&re of an enterprise wh*ch  i:? likely-fto absorb public attention in  India for spm* years to come. The  plain, fact' is that the nebulous character of our Northeast Indian frontier  hfcs long been the cause of some anx  J.}.,  ''n-Mj'     4V.a4>        m.nr.r.rA *  *Amra?-.4.d       Ir, a %ri  r^vul'  had i'lsiilted Kcho.     . - *  "Anything to oblige,", said   Wiggins  to Slim.   Then to "Vrmm^he command-  i ed: "Lot's take a walk.    You first.    I'm  noted fer my polltouea������i."  ^  "You might tie him uj> some." suggested S?liiu.  "1 sure will." answered "the deputy  as he inarched his prlsouui* towartJ tuo  corral, u ,\ v  SUut hastened lo the sldf of the frtll-  ei> man and turned hlm^oA-er on his  back io got a glimpse of Peruna'K victim. Ue saw that H,iivk was still  breathing, although moitally womidi-d,  tlu* blood gushing from liK mouth.      *  MtKw reccicnis'itt thvttthcrlff "Hel*  U>1   When did yuu glUba^k?" he asked.  "Jes" uov\ li, this ^our moneyi"  said SI mi. holding th'e iji-le tii front or  >IcKee*s-eyes. " - '  -  >  '"No: it's >our������-*part ufr whiit 1 toAlc ���������* thf tll7le Sg ���������  ft*nni'OleMuii'������JJiwiU^;i:ni.lUw^ynoc a'wnter m lKdl������  rsjeogni-in'   yi������c.'u\yut profj-riy":"   VSxvi-'  Kye grinned n^kis jcjke uti tn^aVbtfrtiy.,  "Pheld tht* ola'ifilau''l/p.������-an'*jliii>t.'je;aa*  thore. is to lt.  'Who   was  with you*" asketl-SttBtJ.-  "There wns i\m>" . s-.-., j  McKee was t>ilent.  "lind McKee was the otber ~ula6.V,  hazarded Slim ��������� '��������� v  "No"���������  began  Huck. but Siiux .iutt*n������  rtipte*! him  '"He was witb you that uigli't * -file  come to tbe weddiu* with your lt.aHt't  no use in denyiir if. I've beeu thiukin'  ������t aUl out- I wa������* fouled by. J!it*l������> ftaiiiu*  .boss.     Yon -iV. l-tnd"        ' *   "   '*  (.To be continued.)  ��������� "f  ev*r  i  had w.a^  4cuUy*<ffir*i*moving the; child's* tfead-*  drofM. "eaid- .the, minister,   wisB%i|?-Jt^  collier and proud of, hte^^ehgt^Kterti-'j1 tfetw������en^fj  She. smiled at J������m������a,  ���������i". J   ,  *     ,'-  Sho amtltfd at,Brown.  tihe smiled at me.  Brown left tbe town.  I'm wed to she!    ' "'"' ���������    "'  ���������Cleveland I^der.   ,  A Usoloaa Trip'.  "Whnt waa'It tbat >, prevented yon  from discovering tbe nortb pole year*  ngo?"  "Lack of nappllesl**- ������������������;-.''���������.-���������-.".-  "Didn't you have food^and dogs and  sledges and sofotiV"   ���������      ,,.  a  "Oh7 .vph: but When' I got. within ���������  fe'wjd<������gf<H������s of the pole I .'was ',compelled to, turn biiek. I had lost my  fountain pen."-;Wa8bIngtoti Star.  i *What the devil Ut a btmdoirT*' he asked.  \ tie too dry to .suit  me.    I'm goin' to  | mr m leettc* ranch an* a leetle gal an'  sjettle down fer sure."  **I wish you tasty." said Polly heartily. "You sure acted mighty fine about  that Peruna insultlu* Mrs. ^ayson." .       . ' Q0f*������-lir*tj������ Hi������'AbitityA  Buck sat down on'-ttaf'step of the,-    r A,t a .christening in 'a "���������mining; district-  wagon.    He  hesitated  for a  mctmenjt, 'fecentlytbefefeflrodtber; bad ������ome".dif-  and then asked. "Say. did you -������������������*���������*     *-    -���������-���������������*-*  ������*.*���������?".���������  have a premonition?"   *   ���������  "Nope!    The worst 1 ever  tbe hookin* cough."  Buck smiled, but did not explain  Polly the meaning of tbe word.  "Well, this premonition." he continued, "bits me bard, an' that's wbat  makes nie start fer home. Thought  I'd like to say goodby to you ������n* Bud  I go north witb tbe big drive in tbe  raornin* an' won't see^you agin."  "Well, good luck an' goodby to you.",  Polly beid out her hand iu her most  friendly fashion.  Buck arose nnd took off his nat. As  he stepped toward her he cried: "Same  to you. Goodby." dri'sping ber by  the hand, he added warmly, "An'���������  happiness."  "I'll tell Bud you're here." cried  Polly over her shoulder  Buck looked nfter the girl as she  swung across the prnirle to tind Bud.  "She's a dartied line leetle gal,"  mused Buck "Seelii' Bud so happy  kinder makes me homesick. Things  Is gettln' too warm fer me here, anyway. If Pa.vson gits back he'll he able  to clear blmseif -about' that Terrill business, an' things is likely to p'iut pretty  straight at me tin' Bud. ���������''.I'm sorry 1  dragged Bud into that. I-could have  done It alone Jes* nswell ������n' kep' all  {the; money." -.  McKee sat down to wait for Bud.  His mint] was tilled , witli pleasant  thoughts. Having7 aswiiuei'l -7a,; chivalrous role In the. Peruna 'incident, he  Was tasting something of tho sweet  'Sensations and ���������experiences tlint follow a sincerely generous action,  His enjoyment In contemplating his  own virtues wns overcrowded, however, by a vague presentiment of Impending danger, the "premonition" bo  hud spoken of to Polly, n word lie had  picked up from fortune tellers, whom  he often consulted, bolng very superstitions, ns nre most gamblers.  And Nomcsls In tbo person of Peru-  nn wns indeed approaching. The outlaw crept out of the draw behind tlio  contemplative hnlf breed nnd, Icnplng  upon his bnek, plunged hlH knife In Mc-  Kee'a uoek with a fierce thrust, into  which he eoncontrnted nil IiIr hatred  for the humiliation helutd endured,  With a stifled cry Bnek struggled to  hln feet to face bin nnsnllnnt, drawing  his gun Instlnctlvoly. The knlfo had  bitten ton deeply, hdwevor. With a  -ronn he fell Weakly he tried to lovol  I'lt*- gun. hln finger Switching convnl������  iveiv nt* the trigger.    Perunn waited    i' ���������������������������, hnd strength enough to  ore. A sneering srallo ndded to tlm  evil nppenrnnco of bin face. Snolng  Huck helpless, ho snatched the gun  from bin bund. Tben be turned bis  victim over so ho could roach tbo  pocket of bis waistcoat. With tbo  blood Rtalnnd.knife ho ripped opon tho  cloth and oxtrtit'tod a roll of paper and  monoy. Perunn wan knaollng bnRldo  the body of IiIh formor friond whon a  voice drawled!  "Drop Hint knife!"  Perunn Jrtrnped up. wltb n gnint ot  llHmny, to mo������i Klltn Hoover Hitting on  liorNolmck. with his rovolvor held upright, ready fnr imu.  Peruna lutNltnlfd, "Drop It!" ordered  Hlim Mhnrply, Hllghtly lowering the gun.  Perunn tfMM������Hl away tho knife, with a  i MiarS  iety,'and   that    recent' events  have  sppre-  transtormea mat anxiety injo  btension.  \ There has been for four years a  growing pressure upon our Northern  a*nd- Eastern Himalayan territories.  Nepalj$anilt>pk &,fier. itself. For Sik-  l?iai .���������gjeyh^ve long" Been responsible,  "^hyffflftwd -Kavfe 'trakeh under our care  1 - -      "-*-   ^c^p^ygars.    But our  prd������  this medal on "Mr. Graham. He stopped and asked Mr. Graham how he  came to wear"an RngUsh medal on  a United Stat"s unifo,rm," and Graham had to tell him'the story. Later  on;" the Company was inspected bv  Gep. ^ir Garnet Wolseley. who had  commanded the troops in the Red  River Expedition. As he passed along  the line, he noticed the medal, but  said nothing, at the time. Shortly  ���������afterwards, an orderly approachpd  Mr. Graham and said that Gen. Wolseley desired to speak ot him. Mr.  Graham went over to where he wad  standing, in company with the Duk������  'oi .Connausht. th������ Duke o*,tCornwali  (now King George v.), and'other persons oi rank. The general also asked'  him how be came to get the medal.  Mr. Graham suspected- that Wolseley  thought he had picked it up in a  second-hand store, but 'he* exolairied  af* best he could. The general asked  hdm many questions about the-regi-  r������ient in which he had served, tha  njame of his captain, his commanding  officer, the work done by his column,  the engagements he had been in, and  sp on. But Grahrm was able to answer accurately and to convince the  general that he had a right to wear  the decora lion.'  ' Col.  Graham is still  a young man  rind he ho^es to wear that medal on  many occasions yet.    It is one of his.  proudest possessions.   And he^is never  prouder than when wearing if at one  of the functions of the Canadian Club,  oi whieli he is a pss* president. When  in London, on the occasion refpTed  to, he lost it one day on the street  But  th" colonel's   good  luck  did not  desert him.   NexJ d~ay, the medal was.,  left ior him at the Hotel Cecil.  A 50-cent bottle ot Pinex, mixed with  home-made sugar syrup, gives you* 16.*A  ounces���������a family supply of the xiyjst'  pleasant and effective cough remedy you  ever used. Easily prepared In five minutes���������directions, In package.  The way this takes hold' of va cough,  and gives Instant relief will make you.  regret that youf never tried it before.  Stimulates the appetite, Is slightly laxative and tastes good���������children tako lt  willingly. It has a wonderful record In  cases ,ot incipient lung trouble and Ip..  splendid 'for croup, asthma,������ bronchitis'.  throat trouble, etc. - *  ~i"lnex is" o "sfecia'i t������na~fi5gfrty cortcen---  trat������(d compound of Norway White' Pine-  extract, rich In gualaeol and other natural healing pine elements. Simply mis  with sugar s\rup or strained honev. In a  16-ounce .bottle,.and it ls ready for U3e.  Used In more homes In the U. S.*-an<3  Canaia t*-pn anv otheT cough remedy.  Plnex -has often been imitated, hut  liever successfully, for nothing else will  produce the same results. ^Th������ genu!-*  ls guaranteed to Rive absolute satlstf > -  tion or money frefunded. ^Certificate of ���������  guarantee Is wrapped ,in each package.  Your drug������?lst has Plnex or will jrlsdly '  get lt for vdu. If not, send to "jphe Pinex  Co., Tot onto, Ont. <  Sell our Xmas Post Cards  and earn this stylish Gold F11-,  led handsomely Chased Siaaet  _       _ _   Ring, engraved -with any im������;������  -ciKiw v^L OTatar t������al desired Frco. Ths design  ^SM if^1 Z&r   is aa exact duplicate of a solid  ^SLv-s-is^     ISKCeid pattern.  Given for ,  ^*������������^ selling only* 18 plcga. of. oor,'  Multi-colot Xnu Post Cords at 10c. a pkge. 19  "tards in each).   Your friends wili boy them oxxfeighi.'  .Don't wait a minute.   We prepay postase on,Cards ,  and Ring. ~ Catalog sent with each order. *  COLONIAL ART CO.. D������sk,T.L., TORONTO J  .CANADA'S      GREATEST--:  SCHOOL.  a  j through 3!^f-*Mk-RowaAn9rte c.   , ,. ��������� ,_ i" Between^Tjrj^jiin  afitf 'Cnllte  must be  ed at him wifh' i1lndi^if^Wiftitiillttrdgy'l  .H���������TJJ*!l ?ijpiWy^a9d> fitia11^'   while  rtcbVower^itfrkrriit^a^^n^'W w**to % i.^~*bS  * ' *^f. .f*5i -fB^.Af.fb&r^ji^.'onljy'^j^fiii.inae.   Of cours?, lis  " \f,'������* .&A*.  *J^Tj^4������J&yeiy-.5jt\glish^onicrar a'ftd- every *a-  Elfec*������ *���������* ������^^������^e^?rnow1lll������WBf this Chjna^dUfi-  ,, much' larger  3d jh6i8?a ,in*T<^.."itt/n"s"Hand IfponMhe  >' KOBWio'ijj   JFias^'beeh cai-fc-ipd^by one act  ,������-    , - .J&ftfrjU ��������� ibf'alW*os;b,',bFim������nalc foolishness on our  She nmV\& 'afenMUi: ,. '���������   J";      ownJ,jfaftW li^q the JrjiWs'ot the.Ti-  He ssljitatftteeat ocottl      ���������������������������������-*   ,��������� -i=^���������������    _������.������������������.    ���������l-!i!���������1-  Js my  Or  Urtm  kn 2i  Minerals  of Ontario.  A host -of interesting facts relative  to the mineral resources of Ontario  are contained in the latest report of  the Ontarkr; Bureau of Mines, which  has just. b#n issued. To the products  pf .the miries and' minertd works of the  province Tor-*1*910 4iatf a*Yalue of *J39.-  313.89&.- ?tor^l909 the yaUte.was ?32,-  93IV375X the .increase for tlie "yeaT being  $6,332,520, <J������ oVer 19 per cerj't. As'  cempared^ith .%9Q8.> thevincrease wa<*.  ,������i?������ji7ft.5a   nr k<* nor- centt " Tne' Teve-  nt last  , esTABUsneo iaes.  Awarded first prize at World's Bx^  posltion on Ith work and methods.*  Write for a free catalogue. We  alBo give instruction by mail.  H. H.  NIGHTINGALE \  L  Standard   StocU and  Mining:  Exchange N-  STOC -������*.      CARRIED     ON  MARGIN  Correspondence invited.  33 MELINDA ST., TORONTO. ���������"  Member  LISTED  $ia,������7fr^8���������.pr; 53 per cent. "Thi  nue cleaved bv the ^Gbvernma  )j'enr  wasr $941,030.QJ.>  ���������Tis Ever Thi/a.  IfsfalllnK. talltpff, taiilna-  ,n niwEi.vB ih me way.  1    It'������������������' koinp'Mown ,nernoeitl>;-.-(vjii  t..-i  .. . lm HpeaKiiiij or the atoclt.  i pincnuMud yeBierduV.1 ���������������������������^���������i^-y;.y:.'  '"' Jt;s^WinKrJrlslnfc''rliiliiiBt'^^ "'" X '���������  'Twill renoii iiioniKheet,. peak.        i  ThuH always it iuiuh out.  ,  .' ������������������ 1 merely KpeaU aboMty!^,;: ,(/-������,,y -, -. ..' *'  Ttie atoclt I sold last week, r  ..'.   -ChicAgb tteicdrU-HeraliWl';,  At the End cif the QuisBt. ������������������''���������'-'-* i  It wim ������; dark night. -A tiiiin -waa;  riding a blcyu'le witli -no lump. ,:,U������!  eiiine to a erosHi'oiida and did not know!  w'Uli'h.'.wiiy, tu tu'i^i. l-lo felt In hln  pocket for'. A tiniWIi.' He fonrid;;but  one, Climbing to the top of tliepoie^  he lit the mutch carefully ntul' In 'tbo  omuilng mil in 1111*1- rend; "Wet IMItit"���������  Ai'goiuuu.  The Old Maid.  TbouRh malrono fi;lvo mo of their ocorn  .lOr pity, bh they rnay.  /And lOHuniiiin mourn my lot forlorn,  1 no upon iny way  With RoineihiiiK nt that Inner oloa  Which one. perforeo, rollevon  Hy paunlntf, wheriiiioo'or ono Do,  And iHUMhlhK '))��������� one'n nleoves,  ���������Luruna v\, Blioidun in Now voric Tlmea.  ShooU It Up.  ���������Mlotnh Johnson (niixloun to plennol���������  I didn't know dm yon wna Rwine to  hah whlpiied erenm  wid din refreab*  iiietif, MIhh .Iiukson.  MIhb .lui'Unnn (dead cold*-I didn't  miiHolf. Mlnluli Jnlinaon, till ynu dona  fell nn de Ho' upHtnfr*' durln' dut last  wnlta.���������IMicJb ������������������  Merely Wl������hed to Know.  "Mother, did fntlior have to nak.yoo  more thnn ������������ee to be bla wlfo?"  "Why, denrwd, yrhnt mnkea you nak  ���������noeli n irjueHtlon?"  "1 Juat wntilod to know whether yon  always .anMwiwd no before ynu  thorn-tilt, the aamo ni you do to m������  B������������w.,,-Ctilc*urfl> Rw*r������*l1*n>.lA.  ma to re-esuwnsjri aersen  *.���������w������, ...o"'l*i&nger-#s suzerain, but'-  fo^fer������%n. .. "}  Thftjfltfiowledge that we had broken  ^hemiluary' strengthyit/nd wrecked the  )iaub������ftl -ciimbjtiona cjf, ,.the Tibetans  tmigbt, perhaps, hfifte made '"us' fMttise  (before we'-^lirrendered'her dwier-^olesg  Jto her olcl/dttjas^fy. .But-if ng./spnse of  ifair plaj* ip. that respect should h'ave  ,-weighed 'with us���������nn*dv there-*-������mny be  isoinetfrixfij- snid against enc^urnging  ���������an..... Englishman's oyer-re,acUne-*s to  chamipioii the' cause of as'tclrinfe*' peo-  file3-���������it would stil-i have' beeoa. wiser to  isten to thoseAwWo (drew attention to  the loss of an inyaluable Buffer State.���������  Buffer States a're'often of doubtful advantage.;, -. v;   ,,,-       . ,..,...  Perhaps, in .Europe and elsewhere iiu  the world of. civilization; they'; nre ii  Bource'of .instability: ftometimes even a  poBJltlve challenge to the earth-hunger  of "a' xiGi^cHbor^ "But'Tibet's great value  as a Buffer -Stiito 'lay in her valmbi't  ImpnssablO; cleeorjs,, not. In her politi-  oal complexion  or militnry strength,  nnd nt .least British pdliticinna should '  'Kftve Ti'dd (<h^f������SrcVBighfMb ������������������TeoUke* the (  dangdr,\of;,:hnylngi,a.Clilneso -.urniy ,qi i  ocenpation on .the Indijin Bid-? of those  Wastes. ;Ttii������a^'lhaFHrmy is Icnbolt-'}  Ing at' tho'i va^y������id66r8 of; Hindustan.    .  -,, Porhaps ,,It^wps ,.,thought  that, tho.;  Chinese-  would "show  aomo '.grntHiidi**-,  to' tliciBBi-'^'Who  thtifl cleared the path  tor har.���������kJ% bo, our,,Htntesmon lived in  a fool's,paradise, Indeed, for the only,  return r.'o"Inr hoa been "a curt demand  from . Pekin,   that   Nepal,    Siltlcim,  and Bhutan shall return to thoir Ohl-  ho'flo iillogiahoe!  We havo browed tho  brn'th, and wo must drink it.  But whero the Irontier Ih oxactly  delimited thero is les'i* troublo. The  danger Ilea 16 tho cast. Horo thorc  hiis novor boon'a defined frontier, with  the PxconUon of Rome Bixty miloi"  botwoon Mojiil-Oral on tho Zyul or  Lohit rivor and a point fifty or sixty  miloB to the northernst in about Is;  long. 07 degrees 38 minutes and N.  Int. 28 degroes 30 mlnutoB,  Thorc ii������ Indeed a general accept*  nnco of a vncue line runnhig more or  leu* N.E. from the Bnuth-caRtom corr  nor of .Bhutan ��������� itflelf un entirely  .vaguci" Ideality, and trending through  Mlrl, Diiphlu, Aborj and Mlanml coun������  try to Afenll-Crai, and then from tho  point abovo defined geographically In'  n BoutheaHterly direction to the wator-  Mird of lhe fialwln'river, until tho  furthest dellnillod point of tho'Burma,  frontier Ib reached ln lilt 25 degree*,  36   niJnutoH,  So tar nothing enn bo nald against  tho wMoin of the linllitu Govcrument.  But It will be clear from a niomcnt'ci  thought thnt the <1HI| cult lei arc enor-  inoun. The oountry in entirely un-  lurveyod, and we Know none ot this  tribal llmitk with any certainty.  During the last f-*w years tHe mark-  &<\ ndvnnce in production is shown by ���������  {these figures:.* In 1905 the value of  {production.was >17,854,29'6; in 1906 it  twas $22,388,383*;" in' 1607 it was $25,-  ,019,373; in 1908 iltwas $35,637,047, and |  m 1909 it* w*au,. $32,981,375.������   *  Owing .to the very decided develop-   -.  ments in silver ���������'and nickel,.the metals  IhaveiJome.to, be responsible for Uearly  {three-fourths of the entire value,, th-i  ,  proportions in. 1910   being,-metals, 72  per  cent.;   nofi-'metals.  28 ,per  cent.  Metata rose from  $10,201,010 .in 1905.  to $28,161,078 in lSlO, and non-metals   ,  from $7,653,236 to $11,152,217.       .-������������������������     *���������)  For 1910 all the, metallic products,  save Cobalt, iron ore and, r.lnc ore.  show an- increased output, lis compared with 1909, the principal advances  being in silver. $3,016,600, pig irori  $873,890. Ifi no'n-metals, brick (common) showa an excess.������of ..$458,140*;  stone of $301,396, Portland cement of.  $246,095, and natural gas $303,000.  Drain tile fell, off $45,106, ,p������eHRfid  brick $31,976, and petroleum, $191,325.  'Hie second  edition or the  "Dictioxiary  ofHeatiagfis  now ready for.  distribution  Write    for -  VUUCArJ IROM WORKS CO.,���������Agent*  .    Winnipeg. ^  TAY LOR^FORdES ������.imited.^  -HIAK^Rp- OF-1 '  "  '  "SOVEREIGN"  Hot Wat������r���������  Boilers ancf  ������ adlatort.  MMNa^N :CHALLONGE  l'"^'.'^^^.^^ 'beM'a^erVm'������"\'rfo..f<ri'd''ti;re y  ,'���������-, Vcivi^ran'sCfld ;t^giy,<>'y.d^.-!iatl6f>iQ-,     ���������  .V-VVtiO'iii/Atall'fci.eSjVoijsj orseiSd us'/a,5,������',V-.*,..*.  *.A^;^iv*'flaser'AvoVT6rohtb,:,QuUi'fo','.."''���������.  .Historic, .Spot' Al nv'.'^ai.ifn^"}.-'^!.^,!^  Tlio hbriqr of huylng the ifirat pWnt*  Ing, pre'sV tind of having publiel*ied the  lirst' .hewspaper in,,Canada.bejonga to  Halifax, Novo Scotia. .The , 8ite> was  marked  on   Tuesday,  Oct.  10; by , a;  suitable iiluminiuin tablet, erected by���������  the  Nova.VScotia   Histoficbl  Society.}  The   ceremohy! 'made % an '��������� Interesting;  function.    The president, Von. Arch-'  deacon, Armltagci,presided,,  and   his  Worfihlp   Mayor   Chishdlm   anvelled!  the tablet.   Tno inscription Ih as foi-  In wh *     "��������� >       ��������� - ������������������-. ���������"' ' ���������  "Tho site of tho first printing press  in Canada, established by Bartliolo-,  mow Grcon, jr., 1751, and of John  Bushol's prosB,.,,whero Tho Halifax  Giwotto, the first newspaper In Oan������  ada, was published, 1752,~-Novii Sac  tia Historical'Society."  J3:cccllont, nddressos of an historical  naturo wore given by James S.MaC:  donald, D. R. Jack of St, John^N.B.,  and J, W. Regan. m  ������������������        ���������������������������:������������������,'���������;���������  The tablet is mado of aluminium. .  It was designed by ,Mr,  Andrew  U.  Cobb, tho architect of tho momorla'l  towor.   It waB first carved In mahog- ,  anyi  by Mrs.   Horbort  Bryant,  and  then cast by Messrs. Hlllls & Bonn;.,  Tho white metal ia very effective, anil '  the material is such that it will stand  all  the  atmoHphorlo  changes of  tho  Nova Scotia clltrnite.   The Inscription  Ib tho work of Archdeacon 'Armltiigovr-  Baturday..Globe. '������������������      ', t  - ������ii.���������*ii^ ������������������������������������ *,+ >.i,#*i*"im.ii<m#*iLim*m ^ ���������  Braaktnc Racordt. ;���������'������������������]y,  Tho revenues ol Newfoundlnnd dur^  Ing the present fall are breaking all  records, tho Increane during the pint-  four months having biwn $80,000 over  Hit* tmiuo period of 1010.  Radical  Tampa-an'ea  *-������vi*.  Chinoba law in  1100 requlrfid' that  nil  officials   who  drank, intoxloants  aluiuld ba bohaadnd.   .     ���������  WtSSSSffS  J������������  RY MURINE EYE REHEDi  Fb������ Reid, W������ak, Wevy* Wat������ry,' pyei  AND GRANULATED LIDS  Murlno Doesn't 8mart--8oothet Eyo Palri  ,: Murine Eya Remedy, Uauld, 25o, 50c; $.1 .OO.y'i'.,,, ���������  Murine  Eye Sulw, In Aiepilo Tul^,, 2?o, $1.00. ]  ���������VBBOOKB AND,ADVIOB FRKE BY MAIL. 1  Murine Eyo Romody Co., ChlonKO������|  M,  S29 I  In tho intostinoflV of -mummies'; of-  :Mj00 to 4,000' B. 0., F. Nololisdty has-  found v<!gotiiblo fibres, grain, ,bonc*|  mid ScaUm ofyfiahtis, and bones tihfli  tooth of'rod outs. So ver al ���������Nilcflshosi'l  wero idfiptMod. Olio woman had niiM  pn 20 :dif front k'nds ofV.flshVbefprqhQrJ  doath and'ii child had takon a ddsfl ofi  mice,, an ohl romody for children's dis-J  oasoH. ..,.���������':������������������ ���������'[���������'. :,-;'��������� :'yyX'"' "  "���������DODD'S'* %,  ^/. .pyiis-'M  '���������Al'i.'ANNN>*>Sl:  ^tKibNe^;?1-  ii rti:  ���������'^;.'|J,   U^fWlt*. L>\  y  THE    CRESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.|C:  Welcome Words to .Women  Women who suffer with disorders peculiar to their  flex should write our Association and receive free  the advice of a physician of over 40 years' experience  ���������a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases  , of women. Every letter of this sort has the most  csrcfui cc=sidsrsi:oa end is regarded ss sssrediy  Confidential. - Many sensitively modest women write  fully what tney would shrink from telling to theu*-  local physician. The local physician is pretty  sure to say tfiat he cannot do anything without  '"an examination.'*     Dr. Pierce holds that these  ^w  distasteful examinations are generally needless, end  that no  woman, except  in rare  eases, ahould  submit to  them.  Dr. Pierce's treatment wall oure you right in the privacy of  (  your own home.   Hia " Favorite Prescription"*  has cured  hundred*  of thousands, aome of them  the worst of  cases.  It is the only medicine of its kind that is the product of. a regularly graduated  physician. The only one good enough that its makers dare to print its every  ingredient on its outside wrapper. There's no secrecy. It will bear examination. No alcohol and no habit-forming drugs are found in it. Some unscrupulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute. Don't take it. Don't trifle  with your health.    Write to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.  .    ,.?.vC)    A  a.w9.WVUk,    A.UUMW,  N.Y.,-  -take the advice received ������?d be we!!.  It is said that "in" Adam's county,  Ohio, eighty-five per" cent. tof the  voters have been guilty of buying'or  selling votes, in violation of law. If a  roalroad bhould Jiili a jcow for an  Adam's county man, Would .he ask  more than it was ,wo������th, and would a  jury-give it to him? ,    ���������      .....���������?  . , . '        * ��������� " - ! PyJi ���������     \<y\  .  i          mi ' *���������            **              -               7   ***     * ^ ���������* ���������*I  *                                 .*            t                        *    Vj* ^ fi  -' .          i     .    im  ���������������'������        ~' if-*" m���������       *, i v y\  MEMBERS' PASSES., 1  Jlitfe Free  In reducing milk to powder, a patented Swiss process evaporates about  85 per cent, of the "water at a temperature of 50 degrees to 60 degrees cen-  tregrade. The milk ia then exposed-  four seconds in' a layer of an eighth  or a quarter of an inch in depth on a  surface heated to* 105- degrees.' The  second heating removes* .9 or 10 "per  cent, of the remaining water, and. the  resulting milk powder is not only  sterile, but the albumen is not coagulated.  ^grnraCTrr'^^\^:^<..>-!"f^. ��������� ,<.;. ���������/:*/,*  v^tm. !'  ���������v  ��������������� SS  i  ������j>99<Clliia������   IV   */VllUV������ L  SiL .:HEAT.������������  Warmth is essential to comfort As you grow older, it is  hardly less essential to health.  Get- a   Perfection   Smokeless   Oil  Heater* and you keep warm and comfortable in your home, no matter what the weather without  The Perfection gives a strong, widespread heat, and gtveVit  quickly.     It is" always ready (or use and bums nine hours ona single'  tilling���������no more trouble than a .lamp,   it can he carded assywbne;  mo pipes, no wires, uo flues; no smoke, odor or dirt.  The heater that gives complete satisfaction.  * This year's PcffscScsi is fnsishsd is csttte? h^ue ^nss**! or ^^v: f*?f*^ * hScWI  trimmings ; light and ornamental, yd; strong and durable as can be su.de.    All parts  /easily cleaned.   Automatic-locking flame spreader prevents smoking.  Dealers everywhere ; or wise to aar agency of  The Imperial Oil Company, limited  ���������5s  THE  aaaaj  mrorACF  u^4m������Z������pm^^^yy^,?r \w :^A^y%yy^,vW  tF HfpVrXi.Ami&T"TASS "IT ^TDDft  Z ,r  HEALTH IS FAILING  When, you suffer acute    palpitation  of   the   heart,   dizziness   or   faintness  every  time  you  go   up  stairs;  when  exertion    of    any    kind    leaves  you  breathless  and  trembling,    it    is    a  warning that your blood is defective  ���������that    you    are    anaemic.    If these  warnings   are   neglected   worse   disorders will follow���������perhaps decline and  deadly  consumption.    If  you  are  in  this condition you need the new, good  blood of health that has been given  to thousands of sufferers by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.    These pills banish  all the ailments    arising   from   poor  blood, tone up the system and make  weak men and women well and strong.  Mis's Elizabeth    Campbell,    Almonte,  Ont., says: "I was living in Pembroke  at the time my health failed me.    I  kept growing weaker every day until I  at last grew so weak I could not walk  up stairs  without help,  and   I  could  not go 'down  street    without    sitting  down and resting.     My   mother   got  quite anxious about roe and took me  to a doctor who said he was quite sure  he could restore my health.   He gaye  me a bottle of medicine,  and I continued its use until I had taken four  bottles, but instead of getting stronger  I  was  growing Weaker  all  the time,  and was only' a mere shadow of my  former  self.    My  parents  believe'd  I  was in a  decline  and could not get  better.     My  mother     had  heard   so  much Dr. Williams'    Pink Pills that  she decided I ought to try them.    I  did not notice much change until  I  had taken five or six boxes, when a  decided improvement set in, and t from  that on I grew stronger and stronger  each day, until through    a continued  use of thp pills I was baok to my old-  time  health  and  strength.    I believe  Di*. Williams' Pink Pills the best remedy on earth for sick people, and cannot too strongly urge other weak girls  to give them a trial."      .*    s ���������  Sold by all medicine dealer^ Oi; by<  mail at 50 cents a .-.box-or six boxes  for  $2."50 from    Tbe    'Dr.    Williams'  Medicine Co., BrocTcvflle; Ont.     . - < -  r -      Economy  in  little  things is just  as   -  important .as economy  in big things  EDDY'S   MATCHES  will,answer one of your "economy questions." 60 years  of constant betterment has brought them to such perfection that one Eddy Match does the work of several others  of inferior make.  ALWAYS   ASK FOR  EDDY'S.  : ���������,-������-.  I    Messenger���������Whp's that swell-'guy ye  ���������was -talkinf to, 3immie? '      -  Newsboy-r;Aw,- him an"me's worked  togedder fer # years. He's the editor  o' one o' my'papers.  I  , A-=   Whv is it that so many- people suffer with Lame Back?    Hamlins AWiz-  t ard  Oil will  cure  it and ', for  Aches,  Sprains, Bruises.    Cuts,   Burns, etc.,  there is nothing better.^  j ���������~   If it' were not for the still, small  voice of c6n8<*iencp n lot of ue would  spend moct-o������ our time holdinor ������������������t on  ' ourselves? .. ��������� ** ' .      ,  Canadian Parliamentari->������,  on   Railways.  Members of Parliament in Canada  travel fr������P nf cost on the railways of  "the Dominion,, and the words "member-, of Parliament" include 'both  Senators and members 'of the'Hou?e  of Common; but -there is this; important difference���������while Seisatdi^^fe  given their certificates of tTanspoirtAf  tion upon their appointment, an$l retain them for life, or as long afithey*  are mentally and peculiarly, qffaljfiedl,'  the members of the Holise of" Com-  mons have to yield up-their ^certifi-  cate? the dav they are defeated at the'  polling booths, or as soon thereafter  as their conscience permits. > This'  privilege is secured to the legislators "  by an amendment made to the Railway Aot in 1903, when it was provided  that all companies in receipt of subsidies irom the Dominion shall furnish  free transportation on any of their  trains u>_ members _oi_Jhe Senate .and -  House of Commons with their" baggage.  The working out of this airange-  ment is quite interesting. The certificates which are issued by the Clerk3  of the two Houses of-Parliament are  usually for a calendar year, but in a  year such, as this, when there is a  general election and a complete overhauling of the personnel of the House  of Commons, tfiere has to b? a recalling of the certificates issued to those  who are defeated and the issuance of  new certificates to their successors.  As the result of the general telections,  'vhich took place in Canada on September 21 last, there are 82 men who  were not in the last House, and who  had to be provided for in the matter  of railway passes.  Accordingly, just as soon as the result of the elections wps made detinue, the Clerk of the House of Commons, through H. P. Macdonell, clerk  of transportation, sent out notifications to the defeated members asking  them to return their passes, and "to  the credit of Canadian legislators it  must be said that less than half a  dozen of ,them had to ba written to a  second time, although the majority of  them understood that' the passes were  good for the balance of the calendar  yeaT, and did not realize that their  defeat at the polls carried with it the  loss of their privilege of free travel.  As each canceled pass was returned,  it was replaced by another in the  name of the successful candidate, and  tHe railway companies were notified  that certificate No. 0120. for instance.  had been replaced by certificate No.  0230. The result i* that if any defeated member of Parliament attempts to  travel upon his pass after the company has been notified, the conductor  takes the pass and compels the ex-  l<*gislator to pay his fare like any ordinary individual.      , ,   ,  Previous to the passage of the free  pass law, the members *of both Houses  Were given an allowance*?of -ten cents  a mile from their homes to' the capital  and back .again, and as most of th'*rn  traveled upon passes anyway this  ��������� amounted vto a substantial addition, to  their, indemnity. But fcoty they, are  tteC altogether bereft -of 'financial'cqn-  sol&tibn. Those whp reside within a  circle of 400 miles" from Ottawa get  ^their ^ actual out-of-pocket expenses,  silhSli^as hotel bills, meals on cars,  etc., once each way during the sea  swh, but those who came from farther  Iron ores are chiefly oxides, and na-j  tive iron is almost*'Uilkn6Wil' except'1*1  in the. .meteorites occ^siqnally picked .  up. Some native iro'n discovered by'  Nordensqjold at Ovifak, Greenland, m*  i 1870,  is now  known* to  be  of  terres-"t  <���������  ���������*\  trial origin,  although  it was  at first*]  supposed   to   be   meteoric   like   other,  CATARRH  Of THE _  SSUMAuH  <V������- ' J"'*'5*!  ������**������'  T7*>  masses. ^ ^   t ���������.   ,<*   ^,.,  A microscope study-df 'this^'ironi'lias'  been lately made by C. Benedicks .who  finds-that it is realty a natural stfeei cou������d Hardly Eat   Qradualfy  high an sulpher an.d < carbon,. with, a, iT?������ "'->"* ".", . & fti^^V Zy *  structure' different from meteoric Iron "  aiid having the internal arjangemgjjt  peculiar to carbon ste^l that has Jaeen  rapidly cooled below 700 degrees. -C,,  This confirms the already preferred'  view, that the Greenland iroiv-anstead,  of Coming,to the surface in unoxidized  condition���������was reduced from the* basalt by carbonaceous shale 'through  which the molten mass was elected. /  GrawWorso.   RellovedSjy  It is told 'of a genial politician, who  once visited a deaf and dumb school  and made a "speech to the pupils.  - His-J'-emarks ivj>r&- -somewhat .rambling, but they were received with frequent outbursts of applause. When  he got through he turned to the interpreter with some pride and said���������  "Well, I seemed to please the students all right."  "Yes," they enjoyed it very much,"  replied the interpreter.  ������������������"But I wish'you would explain how  they frequently applauded at inopportune times," said the" orator. i  "That's easy," replied the interpreter. "You made one speech and I delivered another "  A Pl)l That Proves Its Value���������Thos*������ of  weiflt stomach will find strength in Por  melee.s Vegetable Pills, because they 8er\������*  to maintain the healthful action of th**  stomach and the -liver, irregularities ir  which nre most distresoinir. Dysroeptic"  are well 8equ������i������>t������ii w������fh tbem "mi \alvf  them at their proper worth. Thev Tnjtvf,  afforded rplief ivhi������n other preparation'  have failed. ,and ha,ve affected cprew ir  ailments of loiler standing where otB*r  medicine* were found unavailing. ,,  If a person staying at a,hotel rwant-  ed to play baseball would he find'the*  pitcher on the washstantl?  ,   ,,t  r, ^  '  Deafness Cahnbt Be Cured  toy local applications, as they cannot reach the dis  eased portion of the ear. -There Is only one way u  cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedlea  Deafness ls caused by an Inflamed condition ot thi  mucous lining ot the Eustachian Tube. When thli  tube is Inflamed you have a rumblluff sound or tai  perfect hearlUK. and when it la entirely closed. Deai  ness in the result, and unless tho Inflammation can be  taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing wiil be destroyed forever; nine caea  out ot ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing  but an Inflamed condition -ofnhe mucous surface*..,  We wiil (five One Hundred Dollars for any casg'-'dl-  iDeafneas (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured  by Hall'i Catarrh Cure.   Send ior circulars, tree  . F. 1. CHENEY ������. CO., Toledo, O  Sold by Druiststs, 75c. ** ������  'Cake Hall s Fa-nliy Pills (or constipation.  Ikerd, Box kl,  ~W������V&Tr~  ���������!��������� UnK^^W?*;.-  writes:'  j. *% tisad*', eat'"  tarrfi   of" tha  ^y*Mabh>i������ffl3s,  small intes<������  tines^Jtor ������-^  n um p er ,~<itm ~  years. 1 went  to a number j  of doctors ana  Bot^jno relief^  and f i n a. X  &  on������  ot 'my*  doctors eent  me  to 'CbV  cago, and X  i  met 'the- sam������  tate., They,  ���������s'aia.trie*/;'  X\M  m *    *" ���������-  cpjildaonothr?  Mr. A. M. Ikerd.'  '^S* v - wl  ing:  for  me;  B*&Id& ta������A'  cancer of ther  stomach and there was no cure.   I'al--  most thought the same, for my breatte y  wa3 offensive' and I could not eat vany- *'  thing1, without great .misery, and J. grad-.  ually grew Worse. '     ���������**  ��������� "Finally^ IHConciufied;to-try 'Peruna* *  and I found relief and a cure fo?'that  dreadful' disease, ca.to.rrh. I tooto>f|v������*5  bottles oC. Fejt.-unaand-1 tw<v ef -Mpnalln, s  and I now feel like a new man. 'There.'  is nothing better than VPeruna, ahd^S*  keep a bottle of it in my house aU>ttw  Ume." .- -^ *������     !    ' -   - *    -  ^ BEST AM HEALTH TO MfiTHEff APD CHtt!?. -,. -t^  Mus.Wisslow'h Boothimii Syrup has been  used for over SIXTY VEAK-S by MIIA,UONa of  JM0THEUS   for   their   CHIt,l>**.EN' WHW.B<-.,  /j-J  THltTHISKS.   with   PSRKECT   SUCCESS.'    It'*-**���������*&���������   V\  with   PERl-EC'l*. SUCCESS.  CimrBtttiOStTEK? th������,GTJl������Sx  TEETHING,  SOOTHES tb.  ALI.rt.YS all F/iiN; CXJItKS W1N1J COiriC. and  is' the best remedy for DIARKHCEA- ~> It is absolutely hannl<*!^. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.  Wiastow's Soothing Syrup.'; and take oo other  kind.   Twenty-five c^nu a bottle.**' -   *  *J ' ���������-  E'BSEfE!1 1 9   S200a00  ���������T TCEaEi k i  m CASH  AND 1,000 VALUABLE PREMIUMS GIVEN AWAY.  .left Prize, $8*0.00 In Casli   3rd Prize, S35.0O In Cash  Snd PrizOf $40.00 in Cosh   4th Prize',82S.00 In Cash  6th to Oth Prizes, eaoh $10.0C lii Cash,  Herewith will be  found the picture of  an oldman. Around  Ills bead and shoulders are concealed  the faces of his  oeyen daughters.  C(in.you, find. tUeso  sejven faces? If ao,  marjc tlie faces with  ai(.:2^.   Cut out tlie  Jiiettire arid send it  otis, together with  a slip of paper on A  whieli   you   have"*;  written the words;  '���������I havo found the  seven'   faces   and  marked tlieni.''  Write the nbove  wbrda plainly nnd  neatly, na.in cnee df.,  tics, both ; wriUiipf  and neatness will  bo considered iu  tbia content.  ; Should you not  happen to bo a neat  writer, show this I  adverusement   t o J  : some friend of yours I  who cauwritfe plain* I  ly and neatly, audi  have him or her en-l  ter this contest* iri |  Ills or Iter name for I  you. ' First, V agree I  I with the personwho I  is to do the writing,!  .that you are to re-1  .,'cel*^fli any prize I  - money ,, tor   -prize|  tliat maybe awarded.   '       <���������������������������       "'.'    .: ���������A;.-.; I'  , Tills may tuieeupl  alittleof your time I  but ns there is TWO I  HUNDRED DOI/.  I/ARS in cnBh nndl  One Thousand  premiums given I  awiay, it is. worth I  Jrour time to take a I  if tie-trouble ovcrl  tliis matter.  TVs a vf^Tnlfvuro t^pri* is n������fhin������r so  po+ont nn MothirtGraven' Worm Extornii"-  ator. pv* it mn be irlvon to tho mppt ,dolt-  oote oldld, -without fear of injury to the  con'stttutioU.  ,)   <h.  'Tioea your husbnnd ev<jr lose his  tpmfiPr?" "Not ony more. . Hp lost it  perrnanptjitly about two ypars nfter our  marriage;"���������Ohicogp Record-Herald.-  I Wns r'liT"'1 *i torrUile lumbago by  MINARDI;LINIMENT? .A^VAV.:-  RlilV. WM. BRQWN.  I wns curnd of a brid enso of earache by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  MRS. S.    TCAULBAOK.  A:. T A wna  t������nr������d.'of. ppnflitive lungs by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  MRS. S. MASTERS.  \b *  Remcuiber, alt you have to do la to im\rk the faced, cii( biit the picture tind  Write on a separate piece of .paper tlie words, *' I have found the seven faces  aud marked them.'V^'Ay ,'��������� ;   ':. ^������������������..���������������������������'���������v   ���������������������������>���������      "���������XyyyX:,'' -x-   ,���������'''���������'  We do npt nsk^Yoii to ^pend One Ccnlo^VjOiir Money  #���������[   In order to enter this Conbs^  B������nd rcittr ������ihk������������'������I ono������|t������r������ wlirrtnlr bjr lt*iur������i  Mkll' ulllpu rou wii,ih*r your ������n������w.������ it corr������ci er not,  A. ,womnri with six ohildren was a  ;ptyBspngGr on n'trnin. The oldest nnd  , worst. Vorib wns about nine, and A nil  wero.cryingi The woman was plainly  losing her temper, and had slapped  Ekiverhl of them'. Tlio train boy approached h������r w'ith nn nrrhful of books.  "Mndmn," ho snid, "woudn't you liko  a good novel with which to pans awny  your idlo iimcP" The woman looked  at him indignantly, and 8riid:,MTf you  don't go on away from hor,e, I'll slap  you"        v'   '  ,,"'":7 "   In.   ,....    ind wi will ������������n<l������oti������coninl������t������ I'rli* (.Ut, loK������i)ur with  III* ntmM mil ������ililr������������������������������of'l������r������oiii wli<? luv������ rtoinily  (������Mlv������l ov.r On* thqawnJ l>oll������(t lit Ci������h i'rllc. I.cm  in, (nd dill MrllciiUr������or������tlnipl������condition iliii mint lit.  liilfliUil, (TliU condition Jw������ not litvolv* tii* 11x111111111  01 ������nyol rnur mniitr,)   '  ' .-,...'���������  1 Wlnn������r������ *l aiid rrit** In *ur Imu ������������������m������������tiil������������������  Mill n������i It* ������U������w*tf ��������������� ���������Mtjrlhtw 0������nU������l.  Ktlow will k* found ��������� willi nn ef ih������ mmti *n9  (dilraitii ol k tiw nirtasi who hivt won wniaol our  Urgir|irliiiinr������c������BUoill,ili. Allhouilvlliiii ptrlonmrt,  timr.iy unknown lout. Ihif not onr r������l������'.������e������������,   An  ���������nquwry hw������ ������njr on������o( ihtm witl tiring ������h������ lolommtloii     -1 *m furltd ani wim ih* utmoMfoirniM  Vour opi>criiinlir u> win ��������� soot) muni)  (tillonr caiiltil, nrt fUrltd mil wllh lh������ ulrnrul f������imui  ' inuiiritr.  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M ������MMM monk, WUnlMI .  r. lu'B.8trMi*������,4o*Rj������tli.l������M.ll4,������ljelii(.M ������,,   K������*  '4000  ' 40 <w  4000  4000  :������ooo  iJOO  M.00  Mill Mi  Mr������, O  lin, W    %,.  UI1.I.I r������nM*.n>*. wn..,- ,*...,.  Ur. Tltoi. nuu*/,l������ lluniltr Bl., Toranin  Mill Miry !,������m!>. ������l ������v������nc������r, et, Jolin'i N  Mil* R A *K������nt|i4  Mr lulu V  W"  1 ViKonci  ������.'itJuiltM* tl., |limtl|on,,. ,t>,o������  (I.I,CloiUlll Rlv������r,Onl,;.,., . Hg.OK*  ]....��������� . , ..   HIV������I*. v,ni,,,j,(  no, M ���������'ullinn.UieUworh, Bl, JoHn'������.H<10���������  Mr* II II  DilMlMH. K������ Hu-*-���������  Ur W C kUion.M7l H������"-  Mr*'ll II n.imuil, M������Hii(lt*on ������������, H������������illu������,   " " ���������' nihil    -- ���������  bn'i.lfil  minom n, , H*������llllbi  hlton ai��������� Mnntriil..  AddrissK      BOVEL MFG. COT.  If,  ,U-i>S!fciH *\\ '.'"-Vt."  8UITE 1,     HOVEL ttUILDINO  ,,-.y.^ir*j.4v���������..������..t������,j,������wt���������...,.,.,.-,      .. MONTHKAL, OANADJL  quickly moofl.eoudbii  lit* throat ������nd lnnd*  afra*.<)oltl*,,litials,  ��������� '    U0 oaut������..  ['������������������������������������y     A ThsVSocrot Tost.'-y'--  "Hpw," tlio prosidont o'f tho Fut  'Man's club was aslccd, "did'you pre-  vont fraud nmohR your applicants for  mombor ship P Didin't somo mon try  to got in thnt wero not up to tho  .standard weight?"  "Yivi," tho portly offlcor ropllod.  "but it wns no uso. Applicnt^onn had  to ho prcnontod In pdrson nt tho citv  building, fifth floor. iThorfttvHs no  olovntor. Tho applicant climbed tho  Ave (lights of stairs,    !  "At tho top ho mot a mnn, who nsk������  od, "Worn you looking for tho Fat  Man's club'?"  "'Yos.'  .   " *Tho main ofTlcc ia on tho, flnst  floor,' tho man ������aid. -'Vottc npplloa-  itlon 1* rejected.   Wo roeelvo no tnun  'who can 'climb ilvo flight* of stalrH,' "  jJN"^*������*Wn1n%������nW*n^^  **""" inwi,���������! iiniM.w.wi.iwwirwpiin *"i-m"iwiimwMm>mii������imniwimi������m>m'w m>wiim"  afield^receive an allowance of $15 a  day .hoth ways, which in the case of  meft from the Maritime Provinces or  the Western Provinces reaches quit1?  a nice total, averaging about $150,  though m. the case of the member ,for  the Yukon it goes up as high aa $510.  Dublin Dan is Dead.  A well-known   Winnipeg   character  passpd away recently in the person of  "Dublin  Dan,"  the hackn.a.n.  whose  real name was Charles James. Though  a man of   means   he,    until   a few  months  ago,  insisted on driving his  hack on all important occasions.   Jn  the   parly   days   "Dublin   Dan"   was  looked upon as being almost part of  Winnipeg itself, for he -was in every*?;,  thing, and could be seen at every pub-  ,  lie or private function in some capiw ���������  city or another.    When, he  was^not  participating himself lie was driving7:  guests   there   that   they ''might   take A-  part. , Many, hundreds   of  Winnipeg,/  brides remember,him as the hackman ,  who drove thenV to church on their '  wedding day.   In a, similar capacity >t  he attended almost every funeral of,  importance during   the    past    thirty  yenrs.   He was born in Templehouse'.  County  Sligo,  Ireland,  in  1854.  and  when but 10 years of ago made hU  way/ to Canada;   ,When the \ boom A of  Western Canada������commenced in 1882, :  he went west ort' a freight train -.with ';  a ,partner; taking .twd hacks and two  teams of horses.   Excitement was wild  in  Winnipeg at the-time  tluit they  arrived,, tor  property wna.,selling..nt-.-.  fabulous  prices.1   and ' everyonp  wati  predicting a population; for Winnipeg  of over 100,000 within ii ^few- months.  For   two   years  prospects  could   not  hhve looked brighter than it did for  those two young hnckmen. but then,  as suddenly. as It had ���������-beon brought  on, the boom fcbllnpacd.    People loft  Winnipeg'by tlio hundreds and empty  houses tcoufd bo soen by-'dozons an  every* street,   While the boom lasted .  those young men passed through dnya  Of great prosperity,  and'boing- of a  saving disposition, wero������l������|>Wjto tldo  ovor tho, hard times w^iflh,.followed,  and when t!i,o second boom iiTrived a  fow yenrs ago, they beenmo wealthy.  ���������Saturday Night.  r   f  '"*.    -  TTie Rayo is idic best  lamp"made. A -, ���������*^,,,,_.. ^ v  It gives a strong, diffused light that is remarkably .easy to, the eyes.'  There is no glare to it; no flicter.. It lights upfa whole  The Rayo is an economical lamp. too.  y  room.     ;  >������  lioht-v������lua -for the al burned t and'tJwRay*' itself, if ���������  ?=-j���������������_k_^=,���������-_-^----^'^ ------ h-. sK-K   IG% ^*m *, MHW.WMV WV9*"** V.M������M.^UV   %%.   ������u/   IW"IU    UA  UIC  uuiwc.,  You get the most i  --_ I    11 */  ���������mv'inaueu uaui^i.      .< . ���������  .   .      .   ,  The Rayo Lamp i������ eanly lighted (without removing'iliade or-chimney {.������uy";to:  ctetikand revnek. Made of.solid brut, nickel-plated; also.in numeroui other Hylee  andfinishea,      ' '    > " '     ������������������������    "*'    J    x *   '  A*k yrar ifcmW to Auw ron hk Itaa ef fUrv^Map*.! or wil*> *>?4tWtipin������dKsltf  >'���������:    to aa? agency of 1,B;i������~        -   i.  m^mc^***^  'I I  cm  ,?t  ���������Wta  rt4  &am  -.������������$ 4  ���������VI IM  F imi  Umdji  '���������> *tn*^  1H  r i     *  T  '"il  r    \   *���������   lB9  iV, "  v ^^1  ci  . i -'-^H  *yxei'irtftif*'* *  -YLQY-  -J ������������������' ���������.    ���������'���������/'-, ;'.''.- .   " *  \J������\  i i*-*  .<:~/U*A**  Use It  -,',:>V*''"A|  Gillette  :sAFfeTY:l  .,i,������' jL>'u'Jiii--U,i":l'������?^'>^',^';''v^*iiiv. Kisi-t fciM?������';!*j*'*������,"'"'*",jj|  -v HpHE Gillette.beat*everybtheiralWivhifitdevice���������������������������..   r ; . f  '" sA,(i -���������tln a lot of w������y^t!������^af#Ji, |t^q)|ii^l^V*v--''���������������������������^;'l  mm. . mwmpm  iW������  N.  U,(,   rl#��������� UTa  ���������"' Quaer Old Laws,  Franco in 1314 passed laws regulating the niiKO ol the clonk find robe,  the hreitdth of the trimming and the  number of suits pohsohsixI by ench  poraon; h'.so the diet, including the  hour or; .moiils aud > tho, numbor, ojt  diahos. .'.'���������'.���������'., ;  '������������������' ���������      . ���������' ���������..,������������������������.,*.������������������������. : -  , Escaping Seasickness,  "t)o you see any sense to those of.  forts to swim tho Knglfuli channel P"  "I ahould H.iy������o. If you, can-hold  out it's a lot moro comfortable to,  ������wlm than to ridt> ovi*r In one of thasu  mal du mor hospituln,"       ���������        "i-*J' ,  B, O. Bpartdt Moris/,  1 Victoria; HiCVM* bbildlno^n ^drfl*.1'  lion to it* Parliament Buildings  to  oost ll.0U0.O0O.  No Stropping���������No Honing  Triple silver plated, witli  3 Mado Ijoxcr. an J 12 double-  edtrod blades in noat case.;.:,  Standard Set, $5.00  Pocket jEUlltlons, $5.00 ta $6.(  Combination Seta* $6.B0 to $50,00  anyman whp.Bbaves..; .;,a���������;;. yiyy^yxy yytn.  Tho toughest .board and.tenderest face eacb..  receives'a perfecTOnave.    ">,+.?  .    .  an.-  perfedt  Get into, the *Giliette^'������!ass ondV savetlqae^;.'  trouble and money.   ? .-.x    t'_ "       '   v   **  ' Ask ybiirdM|er|j������ ahow-yoa ttiQ'Gnfstt^ If  he has neither the RObdSr'nor, bor v*at������lotnia,  "Wvlto us. < We vdll aea^hat ^ou ara sub(������led.������ ���������  ^* Gillette ?aJtlyplaior,(^.6fCBaii������s,tInd^     -  eillee aad ra^ofy^S'8t..JIUiund<RSV������ ������w������tre*t.  iio>gmKii������'������iwo - momowiwoi    :  r  "'���������yV:  xili'X:'  ���������>. SOI  " Si*'  312  "���������������������������'i^^mis-  ������������������fAna.'rii'^  "Wr3:"-"  aasaSi...  ,,\*  >.' ^ 4.i  ,,i., ,i;  '������.r  It You arc Not ai Your Best  don't wbrry hbdut it^tlierori nb^it^' iW-^rri.^^^li^teVr''  If your stomach is wrong, yottft liver, and bowel*^n������qUv,ery/M������r'< ���������  nerves are  sure  to be on edge and your^ blood .u^jftiVd;/V^e  'cheerful and"UopcEdl'X Aa they J������ave helped In'tliousaiida tlccasca, '.  :'���������':' ry':'   7 - ,��������� .--������. ��������� :;.*;'���������''���������.-���������::;��������� 11.< v.y.l! hit~>r, '"';.������ r.!-i.-'i.xiV'' ^.aAJ'1  - will help ybu atid will give yo^r system the natural Kfel^WtoeieeW '-  ,   A few doses will make a (treat IdifTet-^  looks.    Tliey will help you sill along the line���������to a .elbar headfr,  ��������� free fwm ������che������~ta bright eyesl-i������fcb healthy ic'tlvn ior^l.* ''This  '  ; i sure,  quick   and ..tonio   fsimljyi remedy(jwilb.help* Natnwi   to [  Restore Your Full Vittor  m * ������ggJ8Bg.ifJ^  *-  ���������wrnnjim  X(  ���������l!>������  . I  tl|  I  ������������������v ������������������-..���������.  ���������,, A   -  4    '  If?***-'������*���������  f,^i:.^...^:.^,.,.j.. i.j,:..,i'.,.,.^,..���������i,..iii...^.,.^ii,ij....,i.....  lIlllllllllililll-llllllHlSllllMllllllliilllllilBlflllllli   ''"���������-"-" -��������� ���������'  mdmt������ttimimtii^^  l^^^^^l-^iMal--^iil(-BiMl^jilllB-llil  m  mmm  ml*  ���������SttiaHlB^^ i  BBSS  THE   CRESTON   BEVIEW,    CRfeSTOK,    p. a  BMSiWrnaitsajiwi  The Creston *RenUto  mw***mam>*mmmtmmmmmmv*#0*&������a***  TTiIIiIjj   al  ing and PaVtt%J|ic CtMspMsy,  \  QSsssas. tt, 1?tm  . British Qotom^a, by tto  mfcattftc In *-������������ eae atoMM-i how* ihMrafbent the Osesten diste������fc and  seaehinsj on* in a breed n������eaaw into other essarassities. Onr fgvertl^B mas  ��������������� httsed ea the seele et the Xwteaay and Boundary Printers' Beard of Trade.  Land parohaee and land lease optical, $7. for statutory tuna. ^P*"������*{"*;  fis������mnta, $1 perineb per neath; etas? advertising 10 easts pev line first lssne  ���������nSTeaouVVjlnalBVaoe^dingwaaka. Sabsoriptien rate* ������M ������������������������������* |������  - Ui**������, Ow oolamns en open te eentelbntienB dsnling tn matters of tadta;  trirsatejia the welfare ef tke ooawnenity. Oanteibntions must be oriel ana  aitmsd.    scar  Hotel  Editor and Jtanages.  as-aa  tines  an  fe  The Leading  Hotel of tbe  Fruit    Belt  Oar   Guests  CsiheMgain  J. B. Moran  OPPORTUNITY WAS KNOCKING���������NO ANSWER  Greston���������or to be more specific���������two ol Crestoa's ranchers,  semfc exhibits to the Apple Show at Spokane. Out of ������ total  ol eight exhibits C^stos, through its two energeticJanchers,  bro&ghtilmsk lout first prizes. That is a good showing.!  One out ol every two exhibits proved that Creston's apples  are better than the products of nearly 100 other districts in  this Dominion and the United States.  Creston Valley apples made good, bnt what of the people  of Creston Valley r   We are fully aware of the fact that  many of the orchards ol Creston Valley are just beginning  to reach their prime and others have a couple of years to  grow before they will be ready for commercial or show purposes.   There are, however, about 50 members of the Fruii  Growers' Association.   This seems that there must be about  50 orchards in the valley bringing forth full-grown apples  each year; thus we can strike the ratio.    One out of two  apples sent to the show won a prize;   yet only  one out oi  twenty-five of those who had good apples sent them. to Spokane.1 _  No new community like Creston has ever come to the! ��������������������������������������� *������ -w *"��������������������� to be ������������-  -    .      m/m , .       .    ��������� .,      _i ; *l sidered that those who have renewed  front and made itself known throughout the world unless it  ^ ^^^ {or ^ handling of the  work will want tbe best engineers in  the province to give their advice.  Six miles away from Creston along  the banks of the Kootenay, the ranchers and moneyed men of the United  States have done some excellent work  are  spending and   have spent thousands  of dollars on the work with good're-  eulls.      They   have   a   trifle better  conditions under which to work; having   higher   ground   fronting on the  river but   their   task  'is not   easy:-*  They however see- -that* tiie reclaimed1  lands will bring them immense direct'  profits -next ��������� yeariviand   in years to������  come   and   they    are ..going   ahead  spending money tp make money.  The executive committee of the  Conservative Association will pro-  bably be called together in the, near  future to discuas the matter and it  will then call the public meeting.  The ranchers on the other'side of  the 'river are taking a particular" interest in the lowlands just' now and  they along with those on this side  are doing much missionary work in  the interests -. of the reclamation  scheme. They are ..endeavoring. to  get the people filled with enthutiasm  in the matter and they will then  send someone to Victoria to carry  their fight into the legislative bodies  there. It is doubtful if the Provincial Government will enter into a  dyking scheme aB they have had' a  couple of knotty problems to untangle in other localities without much  return, but tbey should be able to  8co the direct advantages to the government and peoplo in having the  land mado suitable for agriculture.  YOU, will make no mistake  when you get off the train  v 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.  ��������� 3' -* * ^  % ���������' anil ������pas*e3&': , ^  $ ^  Our Ghristmas Stock Bss driving Ev~  erjf Day*  ���������Headqua^ter-s Ji>s..Mi33m^.^sxxyi  lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  ^ Beautiful Stationary in ^Boxes are now \  % on View.'    I  I  Call Barlf I������ ieetire fM&i 1  > . /;-. vAaock. a;      \  3 - ������ >*������  ���������-��������� -������������������    J"   - -   ���������       r���������~~ V  Prop. ff Greston Drug&Bopk Go. |  LOWLANDS PROJECT IS  GIVEN ADDED IM PUT IS  (Contiuued from page one)  scheme which involves so much acreage would ba of benefit not alone to  Creaton but to the entire Kootenay  country.  The reclamation of the lands along  the river looks easy to the ordinary  layman in an engineering sense    but  had sagacious brains and stalwart hands pushing it  forward  under the banner of cooperation.    Creston  needs to   come  together; the good work that its ranchers have accomplished  individually will become the better when  planned  together,  when ideas and experience are exchanged  and the wisdom ^   and prestige of all are put behind the effort of each.     Cres- [along reclamation lines.    They  ton lost good valuable advertising because its  ranchers  did  not combine to make tbe display at Spokane the best that it  has ever sent south.   It is no disparagement of the ranchers  to say this���������they are earnest in their endeavors and are pros.  p-erous as individuals, because they, have the ideal land and  the,energy-to push their own interests in an individual way,  but tney could not see very far ahead.   Let ns point cut one  instance of a community getting well advertised through its  ^dv^ayll- &f&iivE'.\ ������������������'y^' "��������� \ \'\ ]y^.  There is a new apple country up along the Arrow lakes  which had the foresight to send a big display to the big show.  One'exhibitor alone sent 15 displays and he won  10 prizes.  Thevcommunity as a whole had some 30 separate exhibits at  the |show.     Furthermore, the ranchers   paid a raan to go  to the how and take care oi their exhibits and to boom their  little vaUev.   Through the exchanges we find that that com-  munity has had articles printed in newspapers as. far east as  New York in the States, and Montreal' Casada. .. It is very  probable that the articles were copied n tne journals of the  Motherland snd othctr countries. There was,nothing unusual  about the display from the Arrow lake country. It was energy and co-operation that brought results. We will estimate that the exhibiting and advertising expenses were about  ^50. This Is ^ sma^ sum compared with the number of  * settlers that the advertising will draw to that: community.  This Arrow lair* community got columns of free and convincing advertising through its 30 displays. Creston got  practically no mention although it had,a higher average of  winnings than nine-tenths ofthe other, exhibitors. Bonners  Ferry, a few miles away, won the district prize through its  determination to make a showing. Creston, with every bit  as good frnit growing land, got nothing. The men who did  send exhibits are to be commended. As for the rest���������it is  time for th-am te begin thinking the matter over.  ������P������  RAILWAY  EASTERN  G ANADA  Low Round Trip Rates  TO "  Ontario, Quebec  and Maritime  Provinces  THE CANADIAN  BANK  OF  COMMERCE  -     SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.d, PRESIDENT   ^  ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER  CAPITAL, -  $10,000,000  REST, -   $8,000,000  THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian Bank of" Commerce "will receive-'deposits of $i and..-,  upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates.    There is no  delay in'withdrawing the whole or any portion of the deposit.    Small  ,  deposits are welcomed. * A234  Accoupts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, td be ^  o������erated'bv any one of the number or by the survivor.    A joint account,  of this kind saves expense in "establishing- the ownership of the money  after death, nnd is especially useful when a man desires to provide for -  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of hisdeatb.    /  Tkicets on sale December 1st to Decern  ber.Slst, inclusive, good to return  .   ,       within three months.  " Tickets issued, in connection with  Atlantic Steamships will be on sale  from Nevember 10th to December 31st,  inclusive, and limited to Hve months  frjond date of issue.   ���������  >Fltiest equipment, "Standard 'First-' ***  Cl^B and Tourist Sleepingf iQars,*f Diorri! -.  ing.^rs^on all through trains.        *   y ',:  :Cp������lpar ttnent , Library A. Observation  Car on ���������'Imperial Limited."  -Apply to nearest O. P. B. Agent for  full'information, or���������  : '''t ";      R.' G. .jicNElLLIE,' ���������':'  '  *'' ' District Passenger Agent,','.  7 ,r- -Calgary, Alta.  Drs. IC & K. Established 20 Years  6^"N������ NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT  , H������ was aurDrlscd at, how  tlte  noros   haaloa��������� "I   took   your   New  Method 1jrkatken't Cor a serious Mood,  disease with, which .1 hud. been .InlftaiqdJ  Cor twelve years;:; I had consulted ������Eaorev  of -physicians taken all kinds o2 bTootT'  medicine, visited,Hot Springs and other ���������}  mineral water rc^orta^,h\it oiiljr.'g6������ tem-f  porary J^elicf.   They would help mo tor a  time, but after discontinuing tho medicines  tlio  symptoms wquIcT break, out  infraln���������running; ,������oras, blotches,; rheumatic pains, looseness or lhe hair, ewclllnpr3  of the glands, palms of the bonds scaling,  itchiness of tho skin, dyspeptle stoniaca,  etoi  I hud trlven.up "  AFT CR TRKATMCKTy  . .    .      ........        ���������  ���������- ������- _x despair when a  friend advised me to consult you, as you had curedltim of a elmnardlrjease 6 years npo*  . OCFORCTReaTMCNT  vwi ��������� j,' unu >          . . consult you, at... . ��������� .*- >~.-^-���������. - a c-  I hnd no hope, but took his advice,   ln throo weeks' timo the eoieacommoiTced to beal tip  and I became encouraged.  I continued the New Method Tiucatjiknt for fo  and.attheendof that timo every symptona had *disa.ppcarod.V .1-was, cur^d 7  MM  and I became encouraned.  I continued tlie New Method Thbatjiknt. for four months  and.attheendof that timo every aymptona had *disa.ppcarod.V .1-was, cur^d 7y  and no signs of any disease since." Myvboy, three years old. is sound and h*.altuy,  I  ���������Try a Glass of  ie  ears ago*  -.^ ��������� ��������� w _ w  .���������   ������������������ v. v ���������i, jaauiuiuuuuvwuiy,  leer*  tainly can recommend your treatment witli all my heart.  You can refer sany p-rcwn to  moprivately, but you can use this testimonial a? you wish,  ���������xyxyyyy 'W. HVS.  A^pitrin&WI^ ytTXL TOUCMESS, BLOOD.  SltlNjBrid SECRET pSeaM*,AyRINARY.ABI^ of Ma������,  and-Women;  ���������". -l-.N-'-C-  Has  -UFAIIFP' vAre.ypu ayjotimt/ Have youjprthopvs? Aro you Intending-to marryf  nCHU til  your bloodbeendlsoascdt  Ha;vo you ony weakness**  Our New sdarnon  ^Tbeatment will cure you. ^What it has done for others it -will do for. y*u. ComulUtion  .Fro*."* No matter .who/has'treated you wiito fo? an honest opinion JFm* of Charge.  Charges reasonable. Books Fr������a���������(Illuutratod; on di&easoa of Men:.  HO NAMES USro.WTHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT.    ErcryfUne conMonltal.  Quottion lilt and cost of Home Treatment FJ^EE.  ;t;   BEER   ..  the Best Beer Brewed  ;-Pure''Mountain Spring Water  ,.-.'.������       used iu the .Brewing       ���������  r/  While we arc on the subject of apples let us ask three  fattier pointed questions:  I. Am the big, round, brown, ROTTUN apples ou display  in the boxes along the "railroad platform where hundreds bf  passengers alight from the train weekly and look at them)  samples of Creston's products?  a. Ave the little round bullets that are served in the restaurants aad hotels to visitors and travelling men, who are  Gommunityt samples df Ctreston'a apples ?  3. Is there not something wrong with an apple when a  passenger on a railway train will, after buying it from a boy  who makes a business of selling the fruit at the station,  will take one bite of it and then throw it away, at the same  4tae muttering something about Creston apples ?  We have got good apples: we can win prizes with them  here and abroad* Where are they ? The Board of Trade,  tht Frnit Growers' Association and the people as individuals  should see that when a Creston apple is put forward it is a  good one. Feed ;the culls to the hogs, not the travelling  auhlia.  L.O.L, HOLDS DK  ���������   -v -H   Whist And Waltzes Make  Esijoyable Evening  One 01 the mont enjoyable Irntor-  nal Booinla of tho season was given  last Friday ovoning hy Oreston L.O.  L���������vNo. 2095, in Spoors Hall. Jt  was ai combination whist party and  dance and tt^ooo two, toppod oil by a  pleasing lunch mado tho ovoning one  to be romemberod. ,  -There were seventeen tables In action during tho early part ot     tho  evening with as   many more guoBtt  looking on, aud holding talk-feats in  dlfloroat parts , of tbo hall.     After j>  majority had had their fill ot whist  tho tables were packed to tho corners and into other rooms and   tho  dancing was commenced.    It was far  Into the early hours of tbo morning  before   waltees and    two-steps lost  thoir attractions.    Fully   ISO peoplo  participated ln the evening's fun.  FOR ItKNT���������Tbo warmest homo In  V>wncon������l������tlngof !0tir rooms all fnr-  'alahed.  Apply to the'Review'.  : WANTED ��������� A first-class  Blacksmith, who will either  work for wages, goin shares,  or rent my smithy; first-class  equipment ready to start work  at onefc.���������-Apply W. K. ]Bro.wn,  Creston, B.C.  Prs.   Cor. Michigan Ave., and Griswold St., Detroit, Mich.  All letters froni Canada inuat be addressed  to our Canadian'-Correspondence Depart-  tiientin Windsor, Ohtj If you desire to  see us neraonally call nt our Medical Institute, in Detroit as wts see and treat  bo patients iu our "Windsor offices' which are for Correspondence and  'Laboratory for Canadian business only. 'Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY. Wind.or. Ont.  ^Writofoir onr privato addreao. -' , yi x ���������yX1-yy;y,X-y.'^:y ,...-' '"iiv,..;,;. .  TERCY *S. fOWLER, S^lanagir, Crwton Bn neh  Stirpes 61 (io;  WUolosalo  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  General Gaminltaslon MorohantB  NELSON        - B.C.  Showing all tho,Vory Lai'-st  FaHhi iih In LiuUch Hats,  TrlmmlngH, FIowcih, RUihniiH.  WohHvo hIhd n, hu'Mfo wtooh nf  Ohihlvon's 'WoarmK Appiivol,  km* 11 o Fall'ami .Wintiii' sc^hhchih  Mrs''-riv;YOV:Jb.Q'  rxuwus  m, mmm  CRANBROOK  - B.C.  The./  Funeral Director  I  PD A B^l Cfk S<  E Jp% WW **mP V>  TUNED  v-   By nn Exporlenaed Man  Now Taking Order*  Guaramou Satlafnotlon  J, A. Crompton 8S8fton |  JSMSSflBSna������aWa������a������am.SHaWa������aaa������  wiii.ikriiim������M4 \t4,-*i,m*>mi*iM*jmi**vvwrmt<m*tim)t*imy*********'*!***''  H1TEL  W, ]\I.,i;i(^, Prop,  A'X; HOME   FROM   HOME  ,   The  Wock-Bnd  Holiday     ,  \ Resort of i;������.^i Kootonay  Best of Fishing and Hunting  n������rtiMi >���������������+������������������ mum  SIRDAR    -    B.O.  +mmmm*  IMMWk.  or 11 lmihllnu- of youv-Nh  Hon ho, Storo, plilce, Wovkwhon  or othoi* huildluir, wrlto or eall  ou mo. Itjstlniatos tflvun on all  kln<ln of woi Ic. ���������  R pairs-������Alterations.  A OPCCIALTY  ' arp'H viu\. 6iui,blo iiiul siitlNfiiolloit  ��������� ���������p,.,.iM   ������������i,il ������>n All W-oi'k  ���������MiaanM>MaHW������H������MMW������>*<**<>**ii|������ii  JvrniS   BOYD,   Creston  '���������>;���������.������������������  W , , , ,'l  \'t:.:  ���������f **������������  ������������������ft  '..���������.*  '\f.'m A  <J' > i  /,  vr  a*# ��������� *0  Ix'lki A m My% 4S  . J,  ' "\l  H:;  ������*���������#  *m/  &iV}iW'-i%XyfriV.'.'.ti..<<y,  : < l' ' '.' ,...���������������'.���������' . ;��������������������������� ���������, ".       -.���������.���������<' '' THE   ORESTON   BJEYIJE^,    CRESTON,    B. CJ,  /������*  J  THE   HOME  OF   THE  "   TRANSIENT  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  This Hotel is one of the  best known and popular  Hotels in  the  Kootcnays.  The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with only the best brand  of goods.  FIRST. WEDDING tit  Miss Margaret Moore Becomes Bride Of  B. T.  Opie Of Wasa  | Creston.  Cr  9  Money! Money!!  X have $165,000 for investment in the Creston District, which we  wil lloan in sums of from $300 to $10,000 on unimproved fruit lands  also on improved and unimproved town property.  If you want capital to improve your land, call and  see me for a loan.  Why pay rent when you can borrow money through me to build  your own home with ? Should you want to improve your business  property, call and see me regarding terms on a loan. I have the  money to invest."  GUY    LOWENBERG  Phone" Uo. 'l ORESTON,   B.O. P O. Ros 33  FOR SALE���������5 or 10 acres of fruit   hind, a mile aud a half north of town.  BWater* on land;, about half an acre  oleared   and planted to trees;    good   t wo-storey residence.���������Apply   to   the  owner,' H. O. Gehvke, Ci eston.  Eu   << .4..  ||    '    DRfiNK        ''%  |j| DRY GINGER ALES  PES!  ���������*ap  W.K. Brown  THE   REUABL.E   BLACKSMITH  Han, opened up again at the  old 6tand, near the Mercan-  ', tUe;Store. ,  General Blacksmith  Work and Horse  Shooing  trnvkeao  GOOD, OLD-FASHIONED  comfoi"t in di'iving will be yours, ii  you hire your rig from us. All- oi  our carriages ride easy, and1 they're-  .drawn by live horses tftat go without constant urging.  OUR LIVERY SERVICE  is especially well adapted to meet  every requirement that you could  make cf it. We charge but a fail  pi'ice for the pleasure one of out  rigs will give you.  Cameron   &   Son  CRESTON  LIVERY  Janummmtmammmammmm  ' im  Weddiuga came thick aud fast in Ores  f ton last week, tho last to he added to  \> the matnlmontal liBfc being Miss Hattit*  Barber and James Gaueron, the livery*  man. ^P^-cpnrtBhw^ was ;n bri������f one  and the ''Marital lots h tions were kept  quiet until. Thursday ; evening v. haa  they leaked out nud thn young couple  mmmmmmaummmmiima.  was given  a  rousing  reooptiug  after  tbey had had tbe knott lied at the Pre*.  byterinn church with Rev. SarkisBian  officiating,!. Mies Jeasie l.unn acted;;;as  brides maid and Maok Boyd- was best*  man.  The first marriage oeremony to be  held in the local Oatholio ohuroh took  place Wednesday when Miss Margaret  I Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O, F.  Moore of Viotoria was wedded to Ed*  ward TrevoBe Opie. of Wasa, 35. O. The  marriage serviots were presided over by  Rev. Father Beck of St Eugene's Mission, Oranbrook nnd was entirely choral  fft������A ^Mn^f..l.   {.,    ih.   ������xf<kj1A'ticr .Ifcfid.  their attendants were brought to the  ohnrch in a cutter "nud~ the "bride and"  bridesmaid found that their friends had  decorated the entire alter to conform  with their bouquets and gowns. Whito  chrysanthemums were the prevailing  flower and the bride who was supported  by her brother, Charles Moore, was at*  tired in white ixory satin, with marquisette over dress and silver trimmings.  Her hair was dressed^ with orange blossoms and she wore a veil. She carried  a bouquet of carnations, chrysanthemums" and fern. The bridesmaid, Miss  Alice M. Opie, sister of the groom, wore  pale pink silk with hat to matoh and  carried a bouquet of pink carnations,  and fern. Miss Vivian Moore niece of  the bride acted as flower girl and carried  white ohrysanthenroms and carnations.  The bride's sister Mrs. Charles Moore,  wore an old rose gown of silk gloria  with trimmings of satin to match. J.  J Atherton aud Jatnes Oromptou aoted  is ushers and Mrs James Oompton presided nt the organ during the ceremony  bkh calls for almost continuous music.*  A wi ddiug hreakfabt waB Berved at  he home of Mrs. Gensmer after the  ceremony and here also the decoration  scheme of white chrysanthemuufe were  ani piuk carnations was oarried out.  u the evening a reception to whioh  there were over ltiO invited guests was  beid at Mr. Moore's residence, "The  Willow,". Two tables were filled with'  ^rt-sents to the happy couple,  Some of the articles on the tables and!  >heir donors were; Cut glass dishes, Miss  ��������� Opie and   Rhiohard Opie,   Wasa-* cutj  Xlass'calt and pep'pers,*Mr. and Mrs. &?  3. Quinau, Kaslo; Chiua cups an'd~sau-~  6..TF,'Mr.  aud'Mrs. O >rhett; ohocolat  ���������let aud silver spoons, Mr.  Mrs   Darby-*  shire, Victoria; Biiver* ppoons. Capt. and  Mrs. Smith, Seattle; torn,cnahion,  Miss  Mary Moore; out g ass disuea. Mr, and  Mrs, O. if. Mcore; Queen Abue tea service, Mr. aud Mrs. Ohas.  Moore; soia  cnsiion8, Mr. and Mrs  Williams,  Na-  *usp; Ladies Suit case, Mis. Gensmer,  out glass salt cellars, Mrs. Goodwin';  china cups aud. saucers, Mr. and- Mrs.  W K Brown; cup, saucer and spoou,  Mr. and Mis.  Orowethwaite; euibroid**'-  wred pillowslips, Mr. and Mrs. Payette;  oheck.i.Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Mooie, Vic*  oris;   cushion,  Miss N. Cook; Silver  sugar tongs, Kanworth Bros. ,Craubrook  Iudian center   pi co,   Rev. and   Mrs,  Huyman j Hand painted fern bowl, Mr.;  and Mrs. Speers: China tea servioe,"Mrsi,  and the Mienes Kyckmanu; curving set  VALLEY ESCAPES  FRUIT DISEASES  (Continned from fhsfe page)  the outer tissues of the apple The affected flesh ie dry and fiavonrlesB, ^bnt  not bitter. The appearance and. sale-  aoiiifcy ave very moon. inrgKurod, ssd,  even for cooking purposes, badly afftjeted  frnit is not of much Use.       -' i X \.  In the third stage,-the apple becomes  practically entirely brows, and quite  worthless. -'      "i  SARKISSIAN URGES  s  Declares That One  flan  Could Care For VaIIey.!s  ������^gjr  ���������mm iltii  vr %������*���������*��������������� w  ���������*rr.  an  ..c.i^ru .i"  uavs  ���������.���������+~S*-r**~. '>*W-^-*-������  ���������**>���������������':,  In its first stages, the Fruit Pit is hard  to distinguish from the' Oflfeots* of hail^  Another type affects Early Apples particularly, causing a mote *or less. complete "browning of the tissues aurroand-  ing the core. In this case the apple * becomes valueless commercially before" its  outward_appesraneeJAjnudh-stfieobed<   -  ^Variations of the above forms, .and  ���������very similar forms, are found in ; the  Apple, Pear and Prune. - -   J  Cause Absolutely Unicn'oW  This disease ha������ been known and beea.  knort-a and been under investigation,  for thirty years, principally iii Germany  and during the past ten years especially  in the United States aud. Canada.* -We>  have consulted all j&b available authorities inOauada and the United States on  the subject. They aro agreed that i 6 is  not caused by any fungou?, baotorium.  or ! insect. The orjranisui causing it  is absolutely unknown, Spraying experiments have proven absolutely valueless. Scientists are now thoroughly  agreed in designating it as a physiological trouble in tha same class as water  core.  The true Baldwin spot of- New York-  State, the true Bitter Rot of the middle-  west the true Apple Soab^or Blade Spot, }  are all fungous diseases, and the life bis- ]  tory ot the organizer, like that of tv-  phoid aud taborculosip, is well known  ro investigators. The disease abovt  deBon'icd is none of these.'  While the absolute causa is unknown,,  there have been discovered certain inducing causes.   Those are:���������  1. Light yields of sappy,, usually  largo, fruit.  ,   3.   Heavy wood growth, from two t o  four or five foot in length. ,  The light yields ond^ heavy growt b  are due to tbe following causes:���������      ���������/  1.    A heavy crop the'previous year?1'  2-. ' Youug trees. " !>    "l'*-"    *"-*    **���������*  ,8.    Heavy winter pruning.' ''     ''"'  4^' Excess of water by rainfall,   uee-  *        M,iss and Mr. Heald {   Vnses,, M r*. aud  drainage,  page and irrigation.  5. blean oultivation.  *    . , ,   , ^ ���������  6. Nitrogen in the soil in excess or������r  Potash and PhoBphoric Acid.  1.   Unhealthy or winter injured tRv*s<  Any one or any combination of the**  above conditions may be, sufflojeot; ft*  briqg on Fruit Pit.  Remedies Fpr Disease !  V   A good heavy crop of frnit.' s  '���������  ������,'   A reasouablo growth, conBjstBafc  with the age.size and hoalth of the^ tree ,  Toaeouro heavy orops nud, ayaatur������)  growth, the following are ofjiinpo* tanoe.  ; ��������� 1.   Rational winter pruniug, r������- placed  by Sdminor pruniag if absolutel> Mec.  0S8airy,     > ��������� .-. ��������� V'  ,',������������������ A.  ;2.   The malntaiuance of the   prop*  jhiolsturo supply, loss irrigatiouk proper,  Speaking on' the- subject- of* Church  Union. Rev~ Sarkissian in the PMs-  by terian. church-^last -Sunday . ,--went  to the, heart -'of 'chtjfch condition^tn1  the Creston Valley and strongly'advocated the   people gathering to one,  common meeting'house.;., ��������� Hey.,.^took  the stand that there must bo something wrong*'in'the world when- the  people of a."ComBdV'uity will corpaingle  six days, a week and on the Seventh  apparently gather'is a "Siviaed dtateT  He spoke against the small eongregai  tion -and.urged a unity ip. churoh .for  the valley.     He eaid in psart:  "It is a peculiar thing that * hr  such t, town as thie the residents  will be one " in every matter except  ta the matter of the" ������burch. Six  days a week,* Presbyterians, Methodists, Baptists, Church of England  laymen, CongVegationaliei'B' %adr Wotr  other denomination will fight in?,tip  business world side by side. Biit  when Sunday come������, what a difference? There seems to be.something;  wrong when the Sabbath comes. The  people ought to be together then~  they are apart. Tbere^ems to he  a feeling of competition < on that day  ���������something diyides the people and  it is not always a friendly division.  The people' go tb seemingly hostile  camps and -it is not right."  Mr. Sarkissian then went.on< .to  show that neither Creston, nor any  other valley with same number of residents is'big enough to support" three  churches' and especially three' minis?  ters. He pointed out that, all three  ministers   here   have to go to their  home    mission    bodies for parts    of  ������������������ -    > - , . i    * .  their salaries and he 'asked wby   one'  man should not" fie given ��������� chargtfr" of  the entire /valley in 'et 'spiritual way.  He poinded out instances h> this province  .where   the   residents of cities  with populations running into1 ~*  the  hundreds and sometimes tb' -tiiousands'  have joined'together and' eeletted one I-  minister for the town and-all ? meet*  together^ on Sunday^ \J He spoke .. of  the needs in the "foreign fields.."for"  men    and    he    declared    that if the'  churches could be combined he,would  gladly offer' bis' services for work. ih  the    unchristiaaiized    lan^fttand, .in'  other t continents^     Ons^ ,of ^bis .illns-. *  trationa^was that in one country   in  the Orient there are thirty-two^ missionaries   working   anio'ng ���������' 8^00,000  people' while in many places, in-Brl-  .  tish * Columbia there is - one minister,,  tor mucb less than thirty-two.     per-  BOnSi       Ji.     l\ A *  The matter of the union of a  few"  I of the' Protestant churches is " now ���������'  being' voted ;on in Canada and ���������' the *  United* Btates and. tho residents     ot.  this s valley   who   belong.., to those  Churches   will .have.ballots idirtribu-  ted to' them during tW next'few days.  A complete stock cf  'V     */r������.>j\    i~Z,tsi    J^��������� J. j-y$\.   ,j������  j.," ���������!( .��������� i  Fresh 'BeejrYVeal, Muttoar  "y   ���������.~.    ���������; -~>,j     fir. ~V' . n > f"  -V.,Sausage, any kind1   r  '- > >.c..r������.  .A*-, .nt  Hams and Bacon, Butter'  .and  -BgRs,, Lsu;d,_:Bee������  Dripping, Etc.  -���������.���������> - - ������������������ x ~-- -'   - * g -,  FreshFlsli ������v���������fy Friday.  -Srsok^d Ets&rall-tietisie, -,  Our Stupked Salmon and.  .   Halibut is choice.  ,_    1  **~.   ���������*������������������*.  i \   i -   _  -...  P. BURNS & Go.  ������.'-i.  ���������7 ��������� AV.  ~     +A  -.       *   '  ������*r-*  A Drawing and  ' Painting -Class  WilliiellBld'during the Winter on*  THURSDAYS from 2.0 to 4.0 p.m.  at the CRESTON AUDITORIUM-  IForttenaqs^pd .particular^, apply���������-t.  Mrs.   Cromptoml^  irabesli  I  : Trio Greaton-Sh^emakor  Saddle asad  ������8j2tBmBm\&S& :  A SPECIALTY  ^uaf it am snu* i^otf.y  "*ja'''v-  V  ���������ifl  '���������������'���������*>  ss^Hiosr'  fwa  You  Cannot  Learn  Poul^^aising  From a Book  :y:-x:y*\; y   ���������    ���������     ��������� '-.   ������������������        ��������� ���������      ,    ��������� ���������������������������  Thore is only ono right way to learn how to raise poultry, and, make  It pay from tlio start, and that is to learn from experts who have been  th?Tl&B Is exactly tho kind o������ InBtructlon the International Corrcflpond-  enco Schools offer you.   Thls.is NOT a book Bchemo,Jnit ahome^Course  of practical lessons, representing tho Ufolong experience of tho moot sue-,  cesnful poultry raisers in tho world.   %���������  ���������nd  and noultry for profit: natural and artificial urooaing; natural ana uru-  SS&lWcXttonjXylnB hens} combination plant; poultry, appliances;  ehiS&w of poultry; dJieaies of poultry; poultry houses andimanagement;  keys; water fowls; squabs; etc., etc.  What makes the Courso particularly valuablo to the fact that, the  I.1-C."P.'viB asBoolatod with the largest poultnr farm in the world~-tho  celebrated Rancocas Farm, at Brown's MIUb, rn^he-Plnes, N. J., 'ft^oj"  forits fine Rartcocas Leghorns and DAY-OLD-CIIIX, and whero ^0,000  eggs aro marketed ovory week. ��������� t ���������,./ _  The Is C. 8. has spent thousands of dollars in preparing this Course���������  tho only one of its land-^-a Courso  Mrs. Mead aud sou; China plaios, ��������� Mr,  aud M Ibm NcBoau; h������ud painted plates^  Mr. nud Mro. Oherrington; embroldefeU  hiuidlcerohief't, Mr. Tucker; carviug, twt  Mr. Crawford; berry sot, .0, O   Frehoh;  'beiry,������poo������i, Misb Hownrtb; meat fu'vk,  .'..'..'   ...    ,..'.' . *      '.������������������'   ''''.; ��������� ���������  Mr .TnelcMoii; hniid painted ten onpoy,  Mrs MoKelvey { hand puintod eupa aud  Hauoors, Mra   TlmmonBj nh irolato^mt,  ���������tr and Mr9 Trombly arid chlua plu������������|i,  vl ih. KiiRen.  The bride nnd groom left yestevdny .nn  'lie y������s Oi'day on (he ucou train for tho  I utters home and tho brldos tr������veiling  drnRB oouslR^ed of whito serge- ^rlrn'm^il  i'h ������Uk braid    8h* wore niln'-   f\n,  Ai) <���������> i������,hlM������ Viooviv h..'' ������*������th n   ���������   .  '.huh-,    Th-   ������������r'i->i <���������   ���������'���������  li   fs'"   "���������',,,  .'0������H'V'������K'������UI ������l������Xt  lll'H"  li   "M<\   Will,   *���������������������������?������������������  ���������hu Const Htiofl, '  Pat  thoj  S. ' Less; olean ooltlvation.  orchard in sod if uoooBaary.  4,   iDoorcHse the amount of soil nirri -  geu by lesBoiiiug onltivntio������h by putting:  -he orohard. in sodi or pi inting in^er>  JorrtpH,'and where neeoBdary balance thftrj  niirogpu snpply by adding Potash audi)  Phot-uhorio   Acid.    ��������� Uahoalthy    tweu':  Bhould; ho given prop*roouditions, nv-  iibova, io regnlii vigour.' Properly oarer i  fo" thry will prodneowiuch higher cl������������ i  ot fruit    Badly diceaied trees had,bot-  tor ben moved.  It Ih the npplloiitiou of tlm abivo rem  ii\U>h miriHi' lo tal co iriitjr������np, whioh call I  '��������������������������������������������� n   ^e wldll of t lift grower, '  N; d Rational Methods '  that you can master and apply in  your own homo, whether you Uvo In ;  the city, suburbs, or country, and ���������  that equips you to handle a few hens ���������  6r manaBO a largo poultry farm, ���������  This Course will help you just as tho , ������  many other. I. C. S. Courses have ���������  helped thousands of men and women ;  in other walks of H(e.        .... *  '���������������������������A.'The attached coupon wlll.biina *  VOtt deflctintiv������ <rlrcitlnr of thin great '  Foultry-RaUlng Course.     Fill It in ������  ������^m^lVt������4ay. ���������  ���������:'*.'- X;X:X            X'X'Xy.yx. ��������� *  lalerasllonsl Cormpondence Schools  DoxB88, Scrantan.Pa,  ri������n������ itrnl in* l'**, Md wlitiout io������������ht������  ���������I������|IB������II������M on wy p'kil, olfcuUf dK������t������llJl������* lh������  ti.ulHy-K������UlP< C������u>t������, j  .        "- ���������������������������   riittouul   uteiliodu of orohs  viiiUsu'iou are alMolutidy  oanontial  " '_    ' . "      p-rmoot oontrol of this dlaenso  '"',''' jut-va'U noo thin yonr hits nroufl'd rrt-  Rov. M, P./Rby H. A. will prciwh   it>, uordlcsN ������pprobi>n������ioji in tbo oiiurta  ��������������������������� |\odii������t Cl'uinli Sundiiy .nuiniintr .end , fruit h'iow<ir������,,.Xho dinenso ottii '������������������ m  oveniog.   All are   himriily  iuvit-ci  to *d almot't eutlcH.a by tlm piopnr tiir  tfamu  SH,0fJVt,m  Oto.  m^mm wSfWiturn  uttoiui;  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  . T>.o n-������1 "'\      '',-,.,. y '.,.������������������.  V h-:t- l,i- im  ���������jiuuli y ���������' '    ���������  UXiteBOl}*, MMM   V  m  af������������##������������������������������***������*#*^������������������**������*������j  It is >iio>ifl<tiint thftt gnnd iotmi  r it her thnn wnnton uogltHSt have hr  ; ir un tn a vory lnvrf������ de"/io<>. Tim. ,'���������  ...���������������    .    ..u   .kI, *> .iI'ally ������|'  v -ii>������- I������    ���������", h jiumior vl  <* nX   ':< ��������� r:, ������'i <,tj |��������������������������������������� nciv.      h������  : ������    "    .    'i������n per Im>x vv III be evcifc-utl ���������  '* ^-v***"' 4aiua ooniidaiabiy, aud the gt������uo*  ity and color 6f tho-fruit rolepdlu equal  degree; ������������������; c -'.'yV . 'ii:*.-;, *;y,,v-    ���������������������������  ���������'..' ,.������������������,  , In vloyr of. the, possible li'JUT whUh.  may bo oauGed our Provluo'e l>y needlens  alarm, it is to be hape'd tnat fruit grow- ;-���������  ers'wili investigate ihe sublet Nationally-'  and, haying' fdrmOd thfir; ooiiolnsloiih;.1  ���������W-.������rlt out tbe remedy vbes.ti,- tidttpted to..,  their own orahards, It is euoouraglng ,to.  '  note that the oreyalenoe of Frnit Pit in   \  ono orohard has ho efftota v h terer oh';  o irohHid-H of the'same difetiiiit. :'*(3v������ii-"  taglon and Infection are-.impoi-Hlbli-; f������i������.  thlsoocouut. no Governmental or Muni  ������IpiiirffoT(B at control niolp������sablo or  need bo undertnlcop.   Thiif does uot ub  solve any progressive f yult gr.)v������ er frtun ^  endoavorlug to 1 riu^ his uflghiior itit"  line with proper nietlhouH ho ns'ta eliml  unto'thlsiroufde, airil'With' It,' Wiitir*  Core, Winter  Injvry, to aouie ������:t *>���������"���������  Aphis, srom.tho :alfltrlpt. .,;     -,  On III ton To Bo Written   .   ^ ,  /. . .   ���������     i - * ���������     ,  I havo b*on iustructod by ))u .JQi'poiT  MinlBtor of Agriculture to ,p^piiro for  ���������roneral pubilloation, a Bulletl'u dealliM.'  fttllrwlth thls'subjonr', ���������'���������Whlviit iSill   hi>  issued in tferio to b<*  oi'-Vo vl"e ^r ;\w  oomlug sens'ui        .'   '������������������ ���������'��������� ������������������'.'���������' * -  In tho nrmiithnt������< trol^growers- v.h;������,  havo ���������iQii.npociiil phiuum of tho mi' j ct  not pre^louiily' brought to *oar iiotibe  are ask^d to correSj^oud^lth \u aeoowV-  Itngly OdiopiwatUiw lo tho rtntter will  do mtto'i to.iaouro a rossonablo; attltndi*  in tha inatUftand the adoptioa^f foasl-  ble methodi oi octttrok  ?MftSByOURWOJI������  ��������� wop(Too:,  i   4XINTCRC5TWWCIIC  4BLEON0EMrinP    ; .A .  ;*S QUICKC A3 THBWiLS  mfcmtoiimimii >- .  m  ./������������������>  wl  rwmuv bv reSrtBar/, *;  WflMEpemniwie)  nriMA&witijiL  wm, mi  f^y. ~ ~ ���������.^y��������� f-j--- i ""p ���������> M  I  ������"���������**  [  *  -St  (������em>*>;J.',  ... ������������������  4X.  JM^,^^  tyV. 'I/'' ���������VV1'*^  ,v;^i  ,  .,'.������������������ ^ ,*.���������*���������  ���������iv  .*.'*>:  ;, .<-.  '. ���������.'    ... ' V ^,'"*!(1  #������  mmiM  >XK;  A THE*. CKfcSTON. BEYIEW,    CBESTON,., B,.,������.  Trial Treatment  (  lly'v-  K-X  Skin 'Sni-R"������������  FIRST AID TO THE INJURED  i^sa^sv ��������� ��������������������������� >sW ��������������� nd ��������� tt  If yoii, 'or someone dear to  you, are suffering the itch-  irfgj burning, sleep-destroy-  irig torments of eczema or  other- .cruel  skin   eruption, ���������  ���������With its embarrassing,  unsightly disfigurement; if you  h4ve   tried   all   manner: of  treatment,   no   matter  how  habrsh, to'no avail, and have  all. but- .^giv.en.  up  hope  of  ~cure^*"^rite^a^3ay"foT a h'h^-  era! sample of Cuticura Soap  and Ointment.    Thousands   .  of   skin-tortured    sufferers, r  from, infancy to age, -have a,,:  foundy jthatA the;  first fwarm X  bath " "with   Cuticura X Soap  and   gentle   application   of  Cuticura    Ointment   ^bring \  instant   relief,   permit   rest j  and   sleep,   and   prove, the.?  first steps in a speedy and '  successful   treatment.     Ad-X"  dress "Cuticura," Dept.  ��������� AS.    A  A  Commendable-Policy  of ������the  Can.  dian   Pacific   Rai.way.  Of   such   value   does  the  Canadiai  Pacific Railway    considers    its '.'Firs  Aid  to the Injured" work that it i;  now extending its sphere of activitie.  in' this   -connection.     ' Formerly   ti.   J  Railway's "First Aid" work was largi?.}  ly, confined   to   the   employees  of   i;   j  operating departments,  but    now  th���������'���������'������  work is being extended to all classe:  of employees,    classes    being formei  among    the    clerks and office  staffs  This  is being done riot so much fo-  the  advantage: of  the railway  itself'-;  but from a feeling which those at thi  head of the railway have that, every  body should have at least a.rudiment  ary"knowledge of "First Aid."    Altogether on tlie  Canadian Pacific Kail  way system  there  are now  about be  tween .7000 and 8000 men enrolled ir  the  classes,, among    the    cities     arid  towns in which those classes are situated, being Montreal, Toronto, AWinni-  4?iiR^���������.JCalg8xy<.���������.���������.AS[auaconyjiL M.i.cto.rin.v.  Brandon, ~Cnrletori Place, Port William. Port Arthur Hochilnga, Kenora,  Nelson, North Bay; Ottawa, Outro-  mprit, Smith Falls, A St. John, Have-  lock. London, Harnham, Me Adam  .function, Windsor: W. Eholt. Goder^  ieh, Fort Berry. Chapleau. Schriber,  White River, 'Webb wood. S-uilt P������  Mt'.rie, Siilbury and -Bing Inlet: Altogether there- are over 100 classes;  '.Montreal-.....heading the list with ten  classes.  Only. Thought  It /���������   ���������  Child���������"Suppose    I    called,   you    a  m^an old thing, what would happen?"  Governess���������"I       should    tell    your  father and he would punish* you."  Child���������"And if I only thought ft?":A  Governess-VNo harm    s\>; long as  yoii don't say it."  Child���������"then I only think it:" :  TAwnon  peel   may be  us������xl to  make  an  excellent'���������'.flavoring.    Fill  a bottle  with rectified spirit and ste'op''th'e-peel'  in iti   Orange essence may be made in  the same way. , ' ���������  ��������� , ���������  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper.  '<' y    ,   Electric Controlled Boat  Within the last three'or four year;?  a number    of    striking-   explanation?  have been made in controlling from a  distance the motions of small vessels,  torpedoes and balloons,  but tho most  elaborate apparatus ofntbe kind seemir  ���������ibr hav.e been Aworked out by Christo-,  pher 'Worth of Nuremberg, and several  backers. In the tests in Germany during the last few months, two unmanned motor boats���������33 and .50 feet long  ���������were* manipulated  iu every way by  electric-waves sent from shore without  wiresiy    "  ���������^        wa> ��������� . ..The boa* equipment ihluded anan-  hA   lHr3i"r8������Cl ten nay a receiver, a tuning device, a  ^^      ...       ��������� yy. V-.  ..���������'���������������������������                 | distributor,  electric steering    apptra-  A wk\ff    llASflSl^nAitus-i sicnal sruns. lights and fire worlds,  RBJ     ff^^���������S^aeS^aa^|.ind ti\e RuhmonS coil on shore not                         V -   J only, started and stopped the motors,  IT TELLS OF SERIOUS DERANGE- \ **"**  ^If a speed of  eight  or  ten  -* miles an hour, but steered perfectly,  j fired the guns, hung the-jbells and dis-  *| charged the Srework* 'iThis was all  {controlled by a single, train, of waves  I broken into Morse signals by a key. A  | prolonged  pressure  on   the  transmit-  If you steal an egg from your  mother's pantry and you see her coming, will you beat it? ,    *  MENTS OF THE LIVER AND  KIDNEYS -  Fined  Again  Tlie most refined motor-car built; in  this country.���������Advertising in Life;  NOTHING LIKE THEM  IR^SORIBAi  DODD'S KIDNEY  PILLS STILL'DOING GREAT WORK  DR. CHASE'S *  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  Mrs. T. G. Alexander, of Hawthorne,  ^ after  twelve  years'  suffering,  tells  the public what they are doing for-  ���������AA' her-.  V Hawthorne, Ont.  (Special) .���������"There  is nothing like Dodd's Kidney Pills'for  a sore back." That is the statement of ���������  Mrs.V T. G: Alexander, of this place,  The Wrong Signal  The children of an infant school in  Wales are taught veiy much by signs.  It seems that they learned* their lessons Qiaiy too wen. .  The hand of the teacher sloped signifies, "oblique," the hand held fiat  '.'horizontal," the hand .upright "���������perpendicular.":        .  ,   ���������  A .bishop was preaching one day on  behalf of tlie school, when observing  several children .whispering together,  he held his hand upright in a warning  manner, meaning thereby to impress  silence. . ,  On which .almost the whole school,  in the midst of the sermon, shouted  out, "Perpendicular.'/ ,  You can stop a headache-yuth pow-_  erful drugs.    But it  is not generally  wisc'/toAdoy'soAVr '\X> ��������� '::.���������':.V"  A headache almost always warns  you. of derangements of the digestive  system, the.liver, kidneys or bowels. -  Awaken , the -liver to healthful action by the; use of Dr. Chase*s Kidriey-  Liver Pillsv and you. not V only;:;; free  yourself of headache, but -remove the  cause which will soon lead to; more  dangerou*3 AresUlts than headachef. A-  Invigorate the action of j the kidneys  by A this treatment and you take away  the dangprs of Bright's disease as,w������lT  as free yourself of headache^".    ���������;'  Pains arc the result of poison iri  the   system   and   whether   you   have  and all her, neighbors agree that '"she  tins  the ' use* of  many Aujseless.: signals   it  was^made impossible for an enemy to  exander continues.  was    a  ���������"Fishing methods in the seas around  Japan have* been'radically changed by  the introduction of English steam  trawlers. New 'fishing banks of great  value have' been -discovered, wliich  could never, have been fished by the  native craft.  As the poisoning of the harmful bacteria in thersoil mayMnjuriously affect  useful plants, a French agriculturist  has proposed the use of a* battery of  four jars, charged from a Holz induction machine. The 'wire was heated  other electric currents being suitable  for this. When,quite hot, increasing  the spark-gap until no spark crossed  it caused tjie wire to give out a musical note, and at the same time to sway  in oscillations of half an inch or more.  The cold wire did not oscillate. The  sound varied with the temperature,  and with other conditions not well  understood.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Diphtheria.,  Chicago may be a bit wicked, but  you ought to hear*Damas-cus.  f X      V ���������  When destiny spikes us, our friends  nearly always PjSy that we weren't cov.  tring the bag properly!'     -  *~n*.~mim  ������i-q,.0= a* +v^ ,-;,tv.+ ���������-+���������v. *n tired and nervous and my sleep Vwas  &���������������������"     ������%,?fJ������*c   !^,W^ broken and urirefreshing.- Since tak  ^rf^J^ J^ra^ite Ht ing Dodd's Kidney Pills8 I am feeling  boats to wrecks.- and controlling self-  propelled torpedoes areV among the  uses suggested.      V  headache; backache or aching, limbs. ��������� 0fl,n.ada prohibiting:/the use of alum  you can be almost sure of relief a'nd j baking-powders. .every housewife  euro when you cleanse and regulate should be careful .to buy only a bak-  the vital organs by the,;ua of Dr.���������- mg-powder _that tos^^^ the^ingredients  Chase's Kidney-Liver-Pill������^'vv-  " printed plainly on the label.  icy.  They are wonderfully r>nrompt, as  well as definite. ,nnd thorough ,in action. You can depend upon them,'nio  matter how long-standing' or complicated your case, so long ea the cause  is thn slufipish, torpid condition of  tho liver and kidneys. ' ���������  If you don't feci like risking 25  cents for a "bow writ*> for .������ free nam-i*  pie. A trial will convince you of theii;  merits. One, pill a dose.; 25.-..cents a  box; all drnlrrs or fidmanson, Bates  & Co., Toronto.      ���������  ' ��������� -'  ing Dodd's Kidney Pills I am feeling  so much better thait/I feel. I must say (  a good word -for .them." -  No matter how long' you have suffered Dodd's Kidney Pills cannot fail  Alum an "Unseen Danger in Food to. help you if your trouble is of the  Noted food scientists nave decided K^neys, " y������u use.VDodd's Kjdn^  that alum is an unseen danger in food,; Pllls early the cure will be^ quick. If  and as a result of their investigations, j JW trouble is of long, standing it w 11  rigorous laws have been enacted and *������ke them- longer to^ cure yp^ But  are now being, rigorously enforced in ^ a*W? cure. People .frem, aU  Eneland, France and Germany, pro- P������rts .of Canada who have ^en pured  lubiling the use of alum in foods. a��������� teJlmS ab������ui* xt m the newspapers  Until' siiitable ^awsi are  passed   in a"n������st every day.. _..., ���������/,.,, .,..,  Our idea of that gossamery stuff is  to claim that we've,been "outlucked"  when we really were outclassed and  outfought! "'���������'"'���������.'���������  |    A man had three disagreeable rela-  Thie greatest, amount of good is p<?r-; fives visitirg hijm, and complained to  formed. by neighbors every day. If  the little help afforded every day  could bev known, and represented in a  bulk sum, V it \vould amount, to millions A     :yl '  A^ARNltJcrtO MOTHERS  pro-   rr-j '���������  '   The Court of Laj^st Resort  "Do you, think wofen should  pose?" asked the nap'st^ ludv.  "I don't know," mused the young  thing. "Tfnvp you tried everything;  elso?"~Cleveland Plain Dealer. .. *'  t * '.'. ..r.;,-,.!.,,",!    11      kih,  ;  SCOTT'S  .BiiiisiiMs;  No mother can 6'xpect her little one  to escape all the illsl'of childhood, but  every mother who accepts fair warning  as to thq-%treatment; of these little ills  can save., hor baby *such sufferincr.  Thousancls 'of'mothers of young children .kiaep Baby's Own ..Tablets in the  houso���������all mothers .should do so. The  Tablets are, a nover-frtiling. ..cure for  all,-the .minor ills of babyhood and  childhood. They can be "given with  perfect safeJy^-ti^Hy alwnys do^gpod;  never harm. .' Constipation, indigestion, colic, simple fevers, colds, etc.,  ���������all rapidly disappear under treatment  with the Tablets; The Tablets are  sold ,by ihodicinR. denlors or by mail  M 25--dents' a box from Thn Dr. Williams'.Medicine Co., Brockviiie, Ont.  ��������� l(...'V f. .t*.'; _.   -;.\TK<\'viV)*pibillty of igniting gas by  vj. ������*>(|-rjk(H' frOm tnlnphono apparatus was  Js^oAVn'by a Into German investigation  f^i^tyQuph no such ^.accident hnd been  .^r^iSrt.cv.l.* It'was dpcided thnt t(*lo-  'VphohPs in gas works riiight ho pnrmit-  v'l tadV'hut. tluit. ,the .hells',  etc., 'should  hiiVt* a-covering of wife gauze. '*  Minard's   Liniment Cures  Cofds,  &c.  The Canadian Pacific Railway ha?  given a contract to the John S. Metcalfe Co., Ltd., Montreal, for the 700  feet of cribbed wharf with reinforceo  concrete superRtructvr'*! ot ' Victoria  M.nvbor, Ont., in addition to the 6.50C  feet of wharf already ..built and under  construction by .the Metcalfe Co.  There is a metre in muBic,  There is a metre in tone,  But the best place to meter,  Is to meter alone.  .  What kind of'lights did'Noah use?  Arc'. lights'. ���������"'  If you were arrested for stealing two  bottles of beer, could they make a  case -of it? v      *  Sonie men, not satisfied with naturally ugly face,s��������� whistle on the street.  A Oure for Rheumatism.���������A painful and  persistent form of rheumatism is caused  by impurities in the,blood, the result of  defective aotion of the liver and kidneys.  The blood' becomes tninted by tho introduction of uric acid, which causes .much rain  in the tissues and in the joints. Far-  melee's Vegetable Pills are'knqwn to have  cITected many" >\ren>arlrable ��������� cure's, and  their .use is strongly recommended. A  tbliil of them Will convince anyone of  their-value.;     \- y: ������������������-.���������' \, ������������������>X '     ������������������  me about it. I ��������� advised him to tell  them that their visit was not convenient. He thought a while, and replied ���������.  "Do vou know that -is* mighty* hard  to do?"        ���������'    <   "  "V������rv many r>rsr>ns die annuallv from  cholera tind J?indrr>d summer complaints,  who -rnfeht hnve been savpd if proijpr  remedies hid been Used. If o+tPcked.do  not delay in getting a battle of Dr. -T. Tl.  Kelloce's Dynenterv Cordial. Hhe medicine  that never fnlls to effect a ourn. Those  who have used it snv it nets promptly,  nnd thoroughly .subdues the pain and  disease.  AGENTS WANTED  - For our fast selling Drugs and Drug'  Sundries. We supply you with articles}  some of which are saleable in every  home, and on which you will receive  a profit of 200'to 306 p.<*.    We have"'  agents earning $5.00 to $10.00 per day'  the year, round.    Be an agent.    Send  at once for bur special ^agents' price  list.    Don't overlook this chance.   *It  means dollars to you.   Write at once., t  THE F. E. KARN CO., LIMITED  Canada's   Greatest   Cut   Rate    Drug  House, Toronto, Ont.  - Fortunately the average man is un-A *���������  able totalize how homely he is.  No one need endure this aponv of.corns   ���������  with Holloway's Corn Cure at hand to remove them.  It is nice to live interesting lives, '  but still it is just as well to be happy.  Minard's liniment cures garget in cows  Chickens and boys are always eat-,  ing. '. * *      >  -   "        ������������������*-���������..>  DISK ASKS OF mtti���������.Dfe'.    DEAN>*:  specialist/ 5 College St..'Toronto."  If father is.' always.'"busy reading, is  he a Reading, Pa? .���������   '    A  WVint motive did the engineer have  for stopping the train ?* Loeoihotive.  ' -       ��������� m  , ���������������������- Frost Bites and Chilblains.���������rhP-  blpins oonifl from urdue exposure to sliiph  rnd oold nnd frost-hite from thrt icv -w^nds  of winter. Tn the treatment of either  there Ir rr. hettcr nreporn*ion thnn Dr.  ThomRB* - l?cleotrio Oil.-. a������ it, C0"nteri������"ts  thei inflammation ������**id relieves the nn'in.  ���������The-n.i;ttnh of the oil -is .iT������ot,n,r>t.n.no6us and  its application is' extremely simple. .'*'���������.  Why should a perfuriier always have  money? He.is never without a (s)cent.  SMfafobGupe  aulokly alopa coudba, curca cold*, heala  tha tbroat aad lund*     -���������    '      20 tianta.  2A oanta.  v.;^7y;v  IS THE BEST IN THE  ���������WORLD  ' "No,'I'am ,not gnjng to mnrry him."  "Why-pot?.'" "I cannot trust him.  He is. too Vlocpptivo,"- 'fWhv. .how's  thai?" "Ue pretends to like, my  'poodle/'*���������Houfiton Post.  because it ia made of  the purest and .best ingredients, because it  contains more-healing,  strengthening, arid up-  building materialjthm;  ot������y other Emulsion- and',*'���������  because it is *p*d*ei '  prodyict oi a scientifically perfect process.  Doctor* the world over  recognize  Scott's Emulsion  a* the Standard preparation of Cod Liver Oil*  ���������U, Daooourra  lHtt  :" r -  .   M-I.  -   - -     - ���������[  MUfWWrtWipwmwoiWWMn   m  ������������������,���������  i ��������� iiiii���������iwi������������������1������ ���������i ���������������������������������������������������������������  W.  N. U., No. 874  T,  Johnny <ngr������<l fivoWMammn, T-  Svish I had a' little sifltor."  Mnm'mfl,-"Wliy drt you wish that,  :h*ar?"      ��������� ' .*     ''        ������������������'���������..>  ���������lohnny-r'' 'Ciiusft.I'jn lirrtd of bias-  ing ,tho oril."  .-'��������� ������������������-'���������>- -,  No wonder a m^invjvorrioa; ho has fiff  ;miioh   lo  -worry   nbout. ' Thoro thn  foolish  things hh'"doei*;    ho.   worrion  } l<nb<mt  tlVrtpe' almoRt  ns  much' ns  ho  M'orri.oH ii.hout the wind things hn hns  nogloctod lo do.  . Novel Models -  WhothW- tiny working models of  lWehinory qre worth thn labor they  coi^t or.ri.ot, such a collection of marvels p,r BritiWi'nmntPura have brought  rogothter>.,in the London Exhibition of  TCnginovpr,ing Models is at, lonst highly  instructive. For the.most part, such  'production'* scorn to represent tho di-  "vorRion-of persons engaged in employment very different , from    mncbinc-  hulking; At this exhibition about 100  entries .were mndo by many varied  trndfiH���������a working stonm engine, small  onough to stnnd on n throeponny -(Tioco  boing -.oho ,of tho Bmnllest. onginos,  mndo by throo Scotch minors; h com-  nlotc Vorlcing modol of tho Mnuro-  tnuin,'the work of a bricklayer of 07,  .HnAfir/ricllon engine, Including wator  itubp hollor,' nnd suporhontor;"thb ro.  vbuU"*>f-va Surrey gnrdnor's spnro timo  Ml  M������  ���������������'���������'.������',  ������k  :'".:<:���������  i������*4i i  I4t----i'-;",������:|  /������;  rSa*IKEy3,  *������)  '.���������V&m.'W  :UX^  (���������>'���������������*,  ^(fortji^,   . ,  ,wMoro' rfoMy in tho lino  'fWhiV-pW'Hbhi'. In thb North London op.  ticinjh's modern finginoorjng workshop,  on truiflcnlo of nr\ inob to n foot, Tn  ri' BTtoco of t������y. by 2'fcpt, thlfl hns  working modols of* serow-ftiiHing  ! V.lacV n while man, nnd Whito, n,-'Intho'o,'planing, milling nnd drilling  black wrtti, thought n follow nnniod ��������� mnehineH, eto., with nn <>verhfind tray.  Brown'wuh pretty. gn*i������n, nnd tried io lolling crnnn, tho nooominry Rhnfting,  hoII him*, n whito horHO. "Bnt Brown! piilloyn nnd bfiltH nnd a ongino sup-  wnn woll rond, nnd lin docoivod 1hom> plying motive powor1. ��������� Tho floor ja  ������m������I.Ii, in fnot, got nil thoir monoy..mndo up of. 11,000 boxwood block. Thin  And now Black nnd Wliito are bluo. {workuhtn occupied tlm ronkor'n nnnro  - ���������  mammaammmmmamammmmimmmmmimmmmmmMi0M0imtaim��������� '   r?T7  Concrete  Sidewalks are Safe, Sightly  ��������� ���������  Everlasting ;'::        '*>/���������$*  LUMBER used in damp places and on  wet ground���������as, for instance, in Walks  l'.*-i'jr;l.,i,(*.t,i;  W������o Hinothorn If*., witli nnothor,  if n lonfllo wnntfl n hnllot,  WnniH to run tho town,  If a. IiihhIo goU tho hnllot,  Nood n ludilln frownP  Muny a laddie Iiiih tho hnllot,  Not, ho bright iih 1,  Mnny an Inddlo volon bin hnllot,  ��������� Overcome with ryo.  ��������� bourn for 10 yonrn nnd Is vuliiod nt  j $5,000. ��������� l  i "Hollo, ,7'nelt. old hoy. writing homo  ���������'fnr monoyp" "No," "Whnt nro you  (tfikinR so muoh trouhhn ovor thou?  lYou'vo boon fuH������lng nml fumluR ovor  It 'for Iho laat two hours." "I'm try.  Mng to write homo without aaking for  I monoy."  ���������has a very .short life.. It requires  almost constant, repairing; and, In a ,  few years, needs replacing. ',., ,'(.  Concrete, on the other hand, Improves  viuivi,With'age, and the very dampness which ''de- ���������'  .���������(   ,itroys lumber calls out the best qualities of.  the cement by making it harder and harder  ���������until neither time nor  traffic can affect it.  The best o'f wooden  walks keep* getting  out of repair, and are  a continual'menace to  life and limb. They  are alio' a frequent  " source of expensive -  doctor bills and lost  time. Then again,  they ar* likely to eat  up the original cost  ������*as������  s^lfe  &>?,  in repairs before they are' replaced,  -yy  Concrete walks are sightly, everlasting  and safe.   They cost less to,build and need '  no repairing nor painting.        ,    ,!  w  Write   for   our V/rW,'rboojc, HWhcit 4U������.\X   Farmer Can Do IVith Concrete/'-, ..^ *.>>.-  c  v   It tells in plaihi simple language, how.-<B"'?(,!,IH1?  you can save money on farm construction '  by using cement for Barns, Dairies,  Foundations, Fence Posts, Troughs,  ;  Feeding   Floors,   Hitching  Posts,  Stalls, Silos, Stairs, and so forth.  The Boole is well illustrated   ������������������  with' photographs, olahs and  diagrams.;, jfill   out   tho  coupon or send a.postal  to-day. *" ������������������������.'��������� ''-  Simply address it to  Canada Cement Co.  L1.1U4  ���������140 NaUaaal VaaJt        _^.  Bultllaa ^S,.  Mamt,..  Moairaal  i'i.ci'c/ii':  V  I.*,'  You  may aind  me a copy of  ','   ' '   ''  '   .' ' ��������� '���������;';'  "W^iaif thtFarmtr  Cm Dp With (UhcwU."  .. i .  .1  .........m.m..,,..  Aa&ft$B, ...., ,������m........ml.?.',,,  I ,Ht\ f������"7xy  9 jfiS?  THE    CRESTON-N REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.C.  THE HAIL INSURANCE  ���������  f, ' ,       ;  FARMERS  SUGGEST  THAT   PRESENT SYSTEM BE CHANGED  PITIFUL DEATH OF AN OLD MAN  I I**!4-aJ     CnamAM>     ���������.;������     A ll_s������a������*_.     Asia    "^-"i Lr *-^ e������-   !.������.-   .  Qa,n������3j5  Os  muui i&  rife   ��������� StKiilg  unite  an Active  Interest in the  Hail   in  ;���������*  suranco Question, and  Many Reso  Seventy-Three Years Old,  Lived  in  a  Dugout and Fell Victim to the  Coid  and   Neglect  Castor, Alta.���������A pitiful story of an  THE   FEMALE   WAGE-EARNER  Make  Provision -for  Your  Future   By  Putting Away a Portion of Your  Monthly Earnings  WHEAT KING HONORED  Is it possible for a female wage-  old man's hfe was brought to light at earner to save irom lier -montniy  the inquest on' the death of Aflex. j/wnge an amount v/mch m the aggru-  Davidson, held at Castor recently, by;gate will be suxliciont to provide lier  Coroner    T ^      J "1J .......  ROSTHERN   HONORS  WINNER  SHAUGHNESSY PRIZE  OF  HEAVY ROCK WORK  ITUE  3U.������..,,������ Yu������uuii, emu many r,������������-       Lyon,      Davidson,    an    oldywltn   an  income  iioin  the  time  ner,  lutions  Offerine  Suea:esiions   Kaveiman* 7;- years of age' was fo^?n,? de*d earning days are over?" was recently  r������    L  "i      ,. w?������.Dr���������*^laat  week  on  his  ������omest������ad   m  the i the subject of  an interesting uiseu*-  Been Passed and Will Be Presented j^ieigh  district,    60    miles   east  of sion at a. Woman s Club, and the con-1  to Government for Consideration.      Castor.    It was  thought by  some .of--clubion come to was, that if tiie wage-,'  the neighbors that the old man had earner  were   earning   less   than   3>o00  'Calgary.���������That some radical change  in the hail insurance system of .Alberta is necessary, is evidenced by the  deluge of complaints and* resolutions  which have poured m upon'-Jb  Fream, secretary of the United Farmers 'Of 'Alberta,' within tiie last two  months, Tne complaints are m many  cubes individual, but tney aie iie-  quently supported    by    corroborative  &B3 dfiJtuia _. Jurom members.. _ot -J.ocaL  unions ,and by; resolutions suggesting  various remeuies. Ot the tnree hundred and m<>re local unions in the province, 150 have- passed resolutions  asking for remedies of some kind, and  the majority of *the others will follow  within' tne next month or two.  ln the main, tne chaiges are that  the present system of hail insurance,  .through   the   treasury   department  of  the  government,  is  inadequate.    Delay in* *acknowiedging premiums and  ..paying liabilities,   unsatisfactoy    and  inadequate   inspection    and    slothful  "agents are a few of the charges urged  against  the   present   system   of   hail  insurance by the farmers in the province.  Recommendations for compulsory  hail insurance or for voluntary insur-  .. ��������������� ���������-..      ...������4-1        ..      r.*.r.������ r.w\      r.������     *%^^Vtl ,f>     y^l.T���������^o*-���������  ship, under the management" of an in-  dependent commission, are being made  by those districts which' have buffered  most and which are anxious to'hasten*  action in the nfatter.        / ,   ' ' -  At present nothing definite is under  contemplation at the headquarters of  the U. F. A. here. Hail insurance has  been a stock bone of contention since  before 1906. Mr. Fream is at present  at work preparing a synopsis of the  expressions of the various local  unions,' to be" presented to the annual  convention in Red Deer on January 16.     '    . *  By the present system postmasters  and secretaries of school districts are  authorized to collect premiums at the  rate of'25 e'ents per acre; to secure the  maximum indemnity of $4 per acre.  The farmer must pay a commission  of 50 i cents to the agent to cover /the  cost of remitting the money to Edmonton, and the farmer is not entitled to the benefits until, acknowledgment of the receipt of the money is  received from the treasury department. Herein lies the first batch of  grievances. The commission "paid to  the agent is not sufficient to induce  - him to take a careful interest in the  * W9rk; the indemnity is not sufficient  .' to  secure   the   farmes   agaiuts   bank-  * ruptcy in severe Oases; the government is so slow m making acknowledgments that many farmers are Victims of the storm before their insurance is secured.  It is also .(.declared that the inspects  ors are too few and the territory too  large, and that this results iri serious  delay. v In several districts inspectors  are charged with " skipping^ sftjnei'i^.  their, territory; and of, making' unneS'  cessary trips. t Notice of'hailyUiust be  sent by the farmer to the ^department,  by,registered mail; the  then forwards lists to. the inspector,  and delay and much useless travelling  is occasioned by the carelessness of  the clerks of the department.  One case 'has been cited' to the secretary of ,the U. F. A.,, this year, of a  A farmer's "premium being* toturried   {o  ������ him two months after the government  had acknowledged the receipt "of the  * money and the acceptance of the risk.  In seven cases in one district'the gov-  erjinpest is alleged to havo refused to  pay the isdemnity on the ground that  the crop was hailed   out   before the  ���������i y������iy u.". *y .i    i~   ~       4-v,���������+ .u,~.    /i~"   ���������.";";0       ���������i-" J���������i    jvusiultii, oa.SK.���������au    eminently fit-  ^l������a������������yJri & ������> *at the *Ae"c^l8*^0"^l^^HLfcl^g celebration to mark tne remark-  coroner deemed an inquest neceosary.  Davidson was found dead in a most  pitiable state. He was lying on some  j. j bags of straw in the bottom of a hole  in the ground, where he made his  habitation. He had on all his clothes  and an overcoat, the only covering being another light overcoat. The roof  of the place was covered with boards  to ward off the snow  cmt. For the purpose of illustration,, ubip acnievement was the banquet  the Period of accumulation was as-, tendered to SegHr Wheeler here, wm-  sumed to be from 23 to 60   and the | nw ot the ^0^4 aollar prize glven  The -above-particulars-were -gle&nodlij?.vestm-ent - ef' which- the-ladies  amount of capital required $6,000, m  order to yield an income of $300 a  year, which was considered Jo be, the  minimum amount on which she could  maintain herself with comfort and  respectability. All thirf may be quite j  true.    But  there  is  another  plan of  Difficulties   Experienced   by  Canadian  Northern   Railway   in   British  Columbia v-  A  piece ^, of    railway  construction  _ _ y ��������� _r   ,*   . . 'that is almost unique is bbw'iinaer  Governor   Brown,    of    Saskatchewan, |way on the British Columbia Division  and  Many Other  Notables, Present .of   the   Canadian   Northern   Railway.  ���������Messages of Congratulations from Jit 'is- o.  three -mile   stretch "between  Sir Thomas Shaughnessy and  Pre-  Spence's Bridge and'Walhachin locat-  0 ed at a point about an equal distance  from the town of Lytton and Ashcroft  and in that strip of right of way'four  tunnels are to be bui.it. One wili be  fifteen hundred feet in length, another a thousand feet and the two  others five hundred feet each.  Recently six hundred men were em-  THE SUNDAY SCHOOL  LESSON  mier  Hon.    Waiter    Scott���������A    Big  Time and a Big Turn-Out.  Rosthcrn, Sask.���������An  from the evidence of Wm. J. Park, a  neighbor of the dead man, and the .one  to find his dead body. Continuing his  story,. Mr., Park said that Davidson  often * visited - his place, where Aie  would read magazines and papers that  happened to be lying around. The  reason for so frequent visits was -that  Davidson could not read or sew in his  own habitation.'. ..The last visit was on  Friday previous to finding,the body,  when Davidson had spent the .day and  night with Park. He left for his own  place .Friday morning and that was  the last seen of him alive. <  Monday morning there yi*as smoke  ,coming ffcom his' quarters/, Tuesday11  morning Park made'.preparations to go.  for *a~ load bf fuel/ but before smarting  he thought to see how Davidson was  faring���������not- seeing lany smoke i&suiijig  from-his chimney, Park went over, to  his domicile. The boards ov6r the  place were covered with snow. He descended and found Davidson still and  cold in death.  The neighbors were at once notified  and four of them gathered at the home  of- the dead' man. The bouy was  searched rby Park and $65 in bills was  found, iri, his pockets. Three other  withesses'corroborated the evidence of  Park. _,  The post-mortem examination was  made by Dr. MacPherson, and in his"  evidence the doctor stated that in his  opinion Alex. Davidson came to his  death from heart failure and exposure;  The jury brought-, in "a verdict,* after  five minutes' deliberation, as follows:  "We, the jury*- find that Alex. Davidson came to.his death from* heart failure brought on by exposure."  A sad picture of the life of this _ old  man can be drawn. He had lived in a  dugout for the past couple,of years, in  a most frugal 'manner/ sustaining life  on boiled grain, bread, butter and potatoes; liis place of rest bags of straw,  and his covering meagre. He has relatives living at Duncan, B. C, where  the body was shipped.  PACKAGE OF $5,000 STOLEN  evidently not heard, namely, the Can  adian Government Annuities system,  winch is not only absolutely saiej but  whioh .will give a much larger return  for a much smaller investment, and  larger it may be said than any "other  plan available will give as a means  ol������ making .provision for old age  by feir Thomas Shaughnessy, piesi- Ptoyed there, but this number will  dent of the Canadian Pacific itanway, Pjobably be doubled in the immedi-  at tne l*ew York land sno.w. The va- ^ *"ture:. ������w���������8 *������ the. anxietv. <>*  liety which wa, the Marquis, a varie- ������e Canadian Northern to complete  ty which Wheeler started to raise &? en*ire !ec^?R of their.tu������e fro���������  last vear.   Efforts-were made to have Edmonton to  Vancouver  it  is prob-  h J J-k}r Thomas* Shaughnessy at the Ros  ^yy' morn banquet," but" the" railway "mag-  jan" nate wired his regreusT and incnided a  congratulatory inessagij-to MjsLWheeler. Letters and kire^TW ere ������������������$!. frohi  Premier Scott of *Sasketche\yan ;* Premier Roblin, of Manitoba; Premier  Sifton, of Alberta; F. W. &. Haultam,  E. J. Chamberlain And members of  the Saskatchewan    legislature;    Dun  lor example, if a woman of 2S-were^can Marahall minister ofVagnett-Iture  to deposit with the Government year- of Alberta. ex-Mayor Honfins, Saska-  ly the sum of $39.24 until she was 60,* toon Ma McAra, Eegma; .Mayor  which she  could    do    by  weekly or ���������     -       -  monthly instalments if she preferred,  or a total of $1451.88 only, the-.Gov^  ernment would pay her $300 a year)  or $75,every three months'so long as}  she might live from and after 60. * If  she died ..before attaining that age,  the total payments made with 3 per;  cent, compound interest would be refunded to her heirs. Ii she died, a <jj  they wpuld receive $2425.77. or $1052,-'  37 more than she had paid in up to  that time. (  '" If she had no one dependent upon  her and was concerned about herself  only, she could secure under the "B"  plan   the   same   quarterly' income   of  Fleming, Brandon.  Mercliard Ens, member of the legis-  lptuie for Rosthern, made a-capital  chairman. Lieut.-Governor,"Brbwn, of  Saskatchewan, graced the'proceed'ings  by his presence, and, "with Segar  .Wheeler, had a seat alongside the  chairman. Among others present were  Hon. Turgeon, attorney-general; Mr.  Motherwell, minister of ag^ricultui;e;  Hon. A. P. McKab, municipal commissioner ^f Saskatchewan"; Dean  Rutherford, of the University of Saskatchewan; Mayor Holmes, Prince Albert; Thomas McKay, ��������� sox-M. L. A.,-  Prince Alberta, and others.   , -  The town hall was gorgeously decor-  Edmonton  able tha.t" .construction work will b������  -proeeed-ed -with -duwng- Jh/>���������.minier...  This, however, should prove in t,o  sense a hVardship because of the mellow climate o������-the coast, province arid  ;of the fact that this underground cut-  "tingJwill place Ahe men employed beyond the interference of conditions  obtaining outside.  In--addition to^this section of heavy  rock  work'there are  twt>* other ^tjijin  nels to be built in tJ^.^lBOuntain dis-  , ct'kthafc.,-?^.;even,1pf,-!,greater ..size*  Oro* of these," which ��������� ia-'^oeated- .naar.  x.���������Fourth   quarter,  FOR DEC. 3,  1911.   V-  Neh.  6-18.  Text   of, "the   Lesson    Neh.   iv,  Memory Verses, io, i7���������Gulden  T-ext, I Cor. .shM^' 13���������Commentary  Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns.  Our lesson topic today is the building of a great wail by such unlikely  instruments tnat tneir enemies had to  confess   that  tne   work   was   wrought  of Vaod <vi, 16).   Tiiey had a mmo to  work, they watched and piayed while  tney wrought,'���������and they aid the work  nearest to them.    As to their  having'  irjiritid to work (verse 6), we cannot  but* think of the willing men and wo-1 ���������  men and the willing offerings of Ex.  xxxv, 21-29, and 01 David's preparing  with ail his might for  the house of.  lus God because he had. set,his a������fec-J  ti-oa'apos -tt~<i-t>hroa. s3Eix~-2r-3)t-o-E-'  Hezekiah    also,    who    wrought   that,  whioh was good an(Jj������?igliti������ and "truth -  before^ the .Lord- his* ;Go<jf ^rid^ilid \&  with ..jalL.his*'heart and iprotperecl (II,  Chron.-xxxi;*20, 21).J We cannot all;,-  do* as We wpuld like to nor as. someT  others dt>> but "ii'fhere be fbrst'ta'kwill?*  thatT he hath' not?' "^Ahd;we are only.  expectiscL" tu j^jjnist^r #s of the ability  *vs5hich God->jgiSittrthj������<-II..Cor..viii/l2;'Ir ,  T>������4      i-.r     1������\        Tl.������   *,-.,,���������   ...ill _���������������    Uit���������f'  the towri of Yale ,is to be almost half pet. jVj in,  ������he .tigne'will come whSn  a mile long, or to be exact 2,070 feejt.  fn-an unpecedentM way His people  $75 for an annual payment of JM9-6*, ated with flagSj bunting and ,wheat. A>  or for a total paid in of. $1097.79���������a quantity of the wheat which won the  yearly return for life no matter how. prize  and  many other    varieties    of!  long that  may be of nearly  30vper wheat arranged in the hall created a  cent, of the sum invested.       ,, great deaj of interest.  Mark the enormous difference:' on  the one hand she would require at 60?  a capital of - $60CO invested at 5" per*,  cent, to yield her an, income of .$300,  ���������vith all the accompanying anxiety  ot making safe investments over" they,  accumulating tferiodv In, ninety-nine  cases out of one hundred she would,  not, having regard to'the recurring  temptation to ��������� use the money, have  the capital at 60 whieb would be necessary to give the income. You have  only  to  write   (postage  free)   to  the  Lieut.-Gov, Brdwn, who/,, had been,  tendered *a civic reception' at Rosthernf  and who later^visited the" Wheeler  farm, five miles eWt'o������tto^fC'thanked  the citizens O'f 'Ito'stherru-Jor iltheir. verv  cordial reception. Th������ rec6rd of Ros*  thern was ong���������of progress,and advane-  ment. t Perseverance arid faith of _Ros#  thern sqitlers hadf-bVen N an inceptive  to other settlements. l They had' melj  tbat night to do honor to one of theia  settlers:- ''Agriculture 'being the^lSad-j  ing industry of the province,, it    was  The. others' bofe is,to "be made in^the  'AshcrbftL ���������*. Already the contractor, idn.  ^charge, is busy at work on ythe.-jYale  tunnel and a very large staff of men  is employed. ."The portals have been  driven at both ends Jind the drillers  are hard -at work, ahe job wiii be  'pushed forward" as vigorously aa possible and there seems to .be jno scar-  fcity of white labor. ���������.������   "  R E'ASONS' FOR -DELA YEID^ Fgl EIGHT  Complaints Are Very Numerous About  'the Bde������-)Freigh*t*8erv1ifctf ������n  the West  Branded ���������\���������;, Complaints    ar  r.<i  very  Superintendent of  Canadian  Govern- not wiae   to * allow   the   remarkable"  ment Annuities, Ottawa, to1 obtain full  information in regard to this provident scheme.  B. C. SHOULD TAKE OVER YUKON  Night Clerk Was Absent But a  Few  Minutes and on Returning," Packr  age Was Gone&  1  Regina, Sask:���������An express package  said to contain about $5jttp0 wt^s stolen  from th<&omce of the Gaftadian Northern ^Ejcpre&s^eompa-ny^- a The night  jclerk,Aa.3&������ari named Cameron, was absent from the ome but a few seconds  ��������� according to the information he fur-  govermrilB^i&ied "ihe 'police. When he .returned  the package was gone. Nothing else  was' disturbed and the only person  about was a brakeman who was sitting  on a chair near the safe. The mounted police and city police were both informed of the robbery but ns there is their administration  an entire lack-of clues no arrests have  been made{  Cameron says.he left the office to go  to the outer room to see that everything was ready to load on to the next  He declares he could not have  train.  been absent over a few seconds.   Later  when under examination by the police  money *was  acknowledged,  while the lhe* told a straight story,    buf could  farmers assert that the premiums were' fchrow.^noT^lght'' whatever on the raat-  "  ter.   -Accatding to the Wakcman1*^ a  bagg^nrftjk $as riear by. He .^S^is  fixing the lire in the outer room when  Cameron-went out'   .       I ��������� "*  deposited' jvith the local agent some  time before any storm occurred.  In  another  case  a  fafrmer  churges  .     that, his papers were returned, marked  \l   au- refused,' at the end of the season,  1'   but'^the-'inoney was retained.   He-wael'  1*   not entitold to indemnity, as his crop  ^^^Mt.������;tiull;,qne.,,;,,,;,,: y.;.,-:,..... yy y,^   ,-,  Compulsory insurance Under -afl in-  .^v^^p^itidiapt vv^mhiiBsjon ���������:,48l<v;:th'c\?V ideal  .\ riipst freitfueritly a'dvahcled.'-,, The rebr-  4|v githis-otion: of the treasury department  ,y and,^the-.'placing   Of    the    insurnnqe  .'   mAN^W*Cl-WiiRGE MISSING   .  ..'.y    ���������    ' ���������       -   ~~       .., ..... . ,.,,.     .'  John  Chisholfn,     Supposed t, to; Have  Been in''Wreckijrt'a^'jMvete'rlbts-A  y,y *;.V;..t.f;i-v.|yv pjsabDear������idl|^'���������;������:>���������;  Winniiieg.���������The    body   of    a-naon       eti        f  th  named Chisholm, who fs supposed to meeting  01  tne  vlmyo������heen in('j^th0������W;rJeck-.vwl^on^lo^l^.;  A  B. C.   Nev/spaper   Insists That the  ���������*  Gold Territory Would Be Greatly  Benefitted Through   It \  Vancouver'.*fr-I3nique proposal is .ad-'  vanced by The Phoenii Pioneer,' in  the form of a resolution for consideras  tion at the fifth annual convention of  the British Cplumbia Conservative'as������-  sociation, tl^ resolution in effect  says:'     > ' ��������� * w ' :  "The time is now opportune to urge  upon the Canadian government desirability of annexing to British Columbia the whpl& Yukon territory."  Supporting this resolution The Pioneer says: "A sufficient excuse for this  resolution is the undoubted resilency  of British Columbia mniing laws and  cojmpared with  scandalous methods heretofore in  vogue in the Yukon methods ��������� that  have brought ths blush of shame to  thousands of Canadians It may be  further urged that the Yukon ��������� will  proceed by leaps and bounds once it  is annexed to British Columbia, jnore  especiallv <as completion of the ^ana-  ma canal is certain to .double the  riches and ���������importance of* British .Columbia within .a few years."  -.,.   ���������-; k '>  *> ^ ��������� ���������������������������    1  ^ALG^RY-   FA,)R  ,dVNE   28.JULY   7  Over Seventoen Thousand Dollars Set'  Aside for the Races���������First        t  A'    ,;Fair. in:^!rcuit'i;':;vAvA,''v:iv'] ,-  Claigary.^The' 191? Oalgary/;exhlbi-'  s> ��������� Itioa''^il^b^ihWW6:-^8^:3.i(1^7;������';;  '���������'"''  These'datesv.weiti decided upon,.at ,n  achievement of ,Segar Wheeler "to g<  unrecognized, and WheeleV won -thi  prize at ,New York with Marquis,, a  new variety of wheat/ in competition  with older varieties. Through Wheeler's enterprise, it proved that -Ros-  thern, Saskathewan,- raised the best  wheat in the world. Whieler had the  courage to raise this wheat" and- exhibit it at New'York iri face of the  strongest -cohipetitiori. Many other^  might raise excellent wheat, and, lackj  ing Wheeler's courage, never know it  was the' best whedt^i^the.w^rld. "In  the south part of the .province we are  as -proudra "Wheeler's 'gufe'reBs as'you,  are. lt means dollars' to jev^ry farmer ���������  in' the province. Saskatchewan nro-  du������ei-f''tWo-thirds of the wheat raised  in,all Canada. Cannds* is eighth in  the list bf wheat-producing countries  in the world."  from the east" and west and on local  shipments. Shippers s$V that, goods'  coming ffbm Japan were?weeks-"longer(  in getting here than they should be  aud- when -they did cpnje, ...theyuha.d  been laid out in Wininpeg for ten,  days. One of the main causes of/the j  trouble '-lies "in'-dhe fact.that>the commencement of,% wheat -movement was  over thirty days later"'this year than  in the* average^ season*-.and ^the'erush',  now jj-ias ^4$llf,toraliz6d j^pther freight-  traffic. Another* reaso^ 'given for the  trouble is t?f9?t$'ft-fter j������a^rays are com-  shall be ^willing in the day of His  power <Psr ex, 3). As to watching  and p1royingrsee Mark xiii, 33-37; xiv^  38. Observe in chapter iii, 5, 8, 12, 17,  22, the kind of people who builded���������  goldsmiths, apothecaries, merchants/  priests, Levites, rulers' daughters and "  rulers^but,, note that certain nobles  put^riot-their necks'to the work of the  Lord. In verses 23, 28, 29, we read  that some repaired "over against his  house" or "by his house," suggesting  that we /should be ready to do the  thing that is at hand to be done,  "readyvto do whatever our -Lord the  King shall, appoint" ,(H Sam. xv, 15).  Even, thougl������'*ome may , reiusel the  work shall* be finished,,ior, "He.shall  numerous Just jnpw in regard to^<de������.-not faiVnof Se discouraged*' (I  layed;freight shipnehts* on all< lines, ]4). It is worthy bf note that the work-  began -and*ended at^tlTo3sheep gate  (iii, 1, 32), which-suggests to me that  there oan be no work fornGod untij^re-  de'emed i>y thb'blood of the ������iamb..5and  the .cqmpleted, .chur ch-W.Ui^ing/������ "Thou  hast .Redeemedv us to God by" thy  blood.".'>������Nf������hemiah '������bfcind^ riiaiiyJ ene^  mies >who not only ridiculed the -woTti.'  and the workers,, but conspired*  agairist'thefflHo" hinder- it ������(������rV -'!-������* ���������?,  8, 11). So it has been since' Cain -killed Abet', and , will *T>e. until the great  last ..gathering of the enemy ,and hiB  ���������������*���������  ���������   , .        ...     .,    ,  -.    - .      ,   . hosts against- the Isamb and His re*'  pelled^to giV^; &Ks4#w?ir attention to [deemed ones just before the milleii*  hauling of coal for the west.   The ex- mthn*'and a very la^--ftfiQ''ihi������!",'coir-^  tent of the-'Goal' traffic ^may be iroagi  ined when it,as understood jthat for  its own use the Canadian Pacific is.  compelled'to get a hundred carloads;  daily. Another,^cau.se,that adds,,to,.the,  trouble is^.the intense "cold, which "has  redu'ce'dlthe' earryi&g^capacity of roads  tully !?5 per cent.-ivMeaij^me wholesale  and. retail' deaifers '"k^kjC* manufacturing  concert's'are���������* faftfitiy zneonvehieiiced  by .the slow moveinent of freight.   t-^j  i  INVOKED THE BLESSING OF GOD'  RECORD.yPimCE.FOR CATTLE  ���������*$a  at  Montana  Grass    'Fed  Steers   Sell  $7.95 'And "Are in Great Demand' in ������that City  Chicago.~X"h*'-'4 unprecedented    high  ,  queritly affocted;'* A'rid'*iV iVi-pai'd that*  !l iii tpwq$ and cittef*;there is already  ���������iy 'an brrihryo agitation to nsk that* tho  ,    goVehiinQht' ������> abandon ^���������:���������lthol;4v������w:���������h|bl;6!,  ���������'���������'������������������������������������'��������� pcliomo in fnvor of tlio privato com-'  :'' P���������yy  ,;, y  '.'.    ���������*'   '.���������-,.      ;.ti.*jyrf ���������yy^  Nothing Defihlte About'Canadians  v      Ottawa.-���������In' answer'   to a question  put'bv Mr.^Clni'ko, Essox, Mr; Bor-  don, m the'house, Baid ho had made  ������������������:' iuquirit-'fl us to tho Hnidtybf Canadian  ,,, misHionnrlca in tlisturbod diatriota of  the Ohinoso 'empire, > The mattor had  /A.1' .boftiyput boforo tho fbrolRii bflleo of  r   tho,"British govornmont,   and   OHBur-  ;,;   nnccfl had been recoived that tho office  "XX would talco all pbsalhlo stops to aflfluro  \'yv tho safety of 0nnadian������ nnd  BritiHli  yx   subjoota miOhina.   Also tho governor-  ���������y gonoroLhnd roooivod a onblo frohi tho  A ��������� soorotnry of stato for this col on i oh In*  effoi't that-as yot it was impossible to  \ ' itfloortain Just whnt tho situation 61  *   tho Cnnndlans threatened   In   Oliina  'y,   was.   v '���������. W ,   ���������.  Vodvat'?lilols^Mdri|t6bii*ifbri  ^di-titt^'Piaoi-tt'o^Un'e: t^A^WeoltB- ago, was;  ���������riot 'found arid riot Jikoly tbAbe;,; ������   >c,'-{-  Ho /Was in 'ohargo of a car of live  cattle froni'���������'Brampton* on routo for Al-  &er^/(tojV^iiriiont; farmB.-yWhen tho  wreck "orofir'ted-, -a couple of cars nro  said to li'avp caught flre but no truco  bfjjtho iyiotlm oould bo found. : 1  Hira, complete disappearance is rb-'  maikablb ns ho* was soon, by tho con-  dhctbr iri one of tho cars which caught  lire about throo riiinutofl boforo tlio  wreck occurred. Ho was also seen in  tho our iii't ABBvoral. IJlaoos along Atho  comparty's Hno. ,--.:,  Sovoral bones whioh happonod to bo  atourid wore gath'orocl.up by tho ;ol!i������  cinlfl of tho trn,in nnd examined by  '���������::.'/  Another Moxlcnn Robollion  Cannca, Sononi, Mo������j,co.���������-That a  eoriBpiVftoy bxlHts in Moxloo,. participated In by adherents' of Gonornl Bor-  norda Royoa to fomont.a gonornl rifling ngolnet the govommorit of PrcnI-  dont Mndoro; wnn declared horo.recently hy, Mexican officers who cauflod  - the'arrest of moro than twenty mon,  charged with being', momhors , of /the  Roylstn band. Many of thono under  arrest nro prominent and wnro allptn-  od with Mndoro Jn hiB atrugglo agalnflt  Dln������������  Many'othor good thing* nro"ni'un.  popular aa a good day'a work.  V,;i>':vl'' 1,;' *>���������/���������" *,''  Vc   y'yv- v , ,��������� ";,   :,i. *,  llr, OoKo, of ABonuflbjour, vwho, statod  thnt thero  woro    no   human  borios  among: thom, 1    ,   William J. Ohlflliolwi; 6t Glbn Rond;  Antlgbnish; N.S., Is vory urionsy con-  corning th'e fato of his Hon John, who  was supposed to,bo in ohargo of acrir  of atock,;"';-''���������*** .���������'���������'���������'���������"*":,y "���������  directorate hold ;,ro  oeiitly when mattord pertaining to tlu-,  neJct!inhri'ual,;,fdir Avero'di8cu8SHd;..^,r j ,  ;,'-'Th'e "western^^'[-birbutt hasv boon. aT-  rariged in the following; order: ^OaJ-  '���������^llry,,''���������:���������'���������Winrii���������begV.'.^.Brand6ri,;'..Regj^n'4������'  S������iiikatoon, Edmonton, and' .probably  tbthhridgey- ,,;-- A*-.''.- '-.���������' ' ��������� ������������������"������������������������������������ .: ���������'*��������� \'  "������������������The' dftlountvbf:$17,550 will bo spent  oH'the'races' next year.    . ,.....]  Tho.roport of the racing committo  which was. adopted provides for $8������BCC  for running races, and $9,050 for,,hn|-  neas' raceB.    Additional sums will b  provided fhr Btdke*races. '"���������,.;       yX ,  Up to date .1>450 has boon spont or  tho track nnd the work, oiKresurfacing  is progroBBirig HplondldlyfcTo; fncilitntc  thb hauling of Ourlh a >>mpororj  bridgo has boon built ovor tho Elliov  '���������tWnty'iX'Ay:.y,y.yy;yxx:y;.y ���������    <:y r _  Anotliui* meeting ot tho raalng ,coih<  $7.00'u,hijndrcd pounds for 20 head of \vith <mTi  cattle th*dtndv������W^^6^IMbrtlian ���������     -* l  grass of -the open range, a price rievefr  beforo attained on tire Chicago e'dtfifc  very  flict at the end;-of the thousandcyeare  (Rev. xvii, v14������ x)x, 19, 20; xx,'-7-10). C>  Every day the conflict is on, but we  jnjfty J������e overcomers'and quench all the  .  Il&tf'clarts^fof: the-armor? o?hd   the-i'  weapon are all sufficient (I Pet. v, 8,  9; Eph. vi, 10-18; Rev. xii, 11).    It is.  bad -'enough _fc> have enemies ..without,"'  but when there are containers and*  aiacouf{fgfe(tpeoplff"withthrth^ camp Lit  seems; a ,bit worse.    When those who,- "-  ought" to * be ' of, one   accord on tli������'  Lord's side and of good, courage' are  hfcaVd  saying,   "The   strength  of  the  burden  bearers   is   decayed,' there, is   ���������  much rublSsh, so that wfc> are not able  '  to build" (verse 10), then1 much grffce ,'  is required to sustain those who are ,,'  pressing on in the conflict, but.GocTis \  able to make all grace abound (II Cor. '  ix, 8), and we must learn'to see'no ���������  man any ihore save Jesus, only, with   -  ourselves <M,ark ix, 8).   lt is only aa  we are of 'good courage and strong -in^  the Lord thnt.we can encourage others'  and say, as Nehomiuh said:, "Be not   ,  afraid of them.' Rpmenijber the Lord,  grout and  terrible"   (verse  14).'   The  words of hju. ii, 12, ,13, ayo strong and  helnful, "r.'cven I,*am. Ho. that .com-  torl eth you.   Who art tlijpu that thou '���������  slmuUJost bo nfr&id 6i a ,'man   *   ���������   *  ���������----.-vr- ���������-,and"Jl&rg������<Uriht the Lord >thy  maker?"  ���������,.     ..,., v ...     ... - k , 01A ? t. enusp.  'i o which we ,ought ,to reply -v "Behold  ^yide^j^he gntjAl offeetiveni-Bs  C5o,J is*my^voW.   t will1 trust ane  M^l  ^  ff  "Pray   and  Fight", Women's . Motto-;  Parts of London Resemble ������������������  Tripoli  London.���������"Pray and Fight," is the  motto of the militant womon seeking  the' franchise in the United Kingdom,  who wrought great havoc in, th'e west  end of London, and who are going to  prison for principle.  Iu accordance with the plan adopted,'  women in most sections of the metropolis'entered places of worship during  the mornjng and afternoon, knelt in  j\-  In some instances ministers joined  in the' prayers, asking tho blessing <>f  Providence .on. th'e ...women'  r..i.i���������^ijl(j gHfaAl off  tliey. protest .against man  unent  'rinoli  Would  MflMnere Foreigners  .. .Pokin.~Mi8Bionftriofliarriving.at;Pfl-  kin from Tung OhowVFu, eighty miles  northionflt��������� ot,Sian Fu,'givo aooountB  of tho recent revolution in; thov province of Shon pi, whoro tho,unti-for-  olgn olbmbnt dcolarod, thoir intention  to exterminate foroignorB, ChriBtinnR,  and ManohuB, but only -partly huo-  boodod, Tho robol Gonornl Bian Pu,  tlioy any hnn1, litaubd a proclamation to  tho people pot to harm merchants, for.  oigncrs,, or non-oombatnnt Uhinooo,  hut only to destroy tho ManohuB.    A  If; a reform lh adopted, it dnvblopn  within av yenr ���������'6t two ' thnt thorh in  uomothlpg tho mattor with it.  mittno willboiiojd RhorUyi-tp comploti  thh prbgrammo of rncoaaiti'tho fafir.1  ,  y Tho'lighting committc^^dbcoptod'itt  tondor of tho   Cunningham   Rlectrj'  Light Co.-for tho wiring and fixture  of the now horse Hhovf building, thrii'a  tender bolng,thb lowoat. , ;  ' Eiphtobn dircotora   woro proaont pi  tho mooting. .;.',���������  '   ">    ���������'.' ���������  ,������������������������..������- ��������������������������� L 'I'u-yXfii '  l������      Manitoba Boundary Ohangod  Toionto.���������The proposed chango h  tho Manitoba boundary has boon n'.  torod to allow OntnrJo and Manitob'  toV >j<?ihtly bwp Port Nolson on Hm1  Ron^fl* Bay, there being no nnvlgutior  harbor on Jamog Hay, or tho oast Bid  of HudRon'fl Bay.   ;  Object to Altering Length of Terrv  Toronto.���������Tho counoil of tho On  tnrio Collogo of Pharmacy, deeldf*'.  nkftln������t adopting thn reeommendntior  of thn.dpan, 0, F. Honbnor. thnt th  proscribed eoumfl hn two years ln������ton  0) oho as at preiumt. ,  market for range stock.,  wThe provioiisj^fienttij^i  highest price was  $7.G0*'pniclin' Ofl5fTn,^th5rLr_��������� .,..  tober, 1909, to another Montana stoe^ >poi)dent, of .tbb* Pnily, News    counted  raisor." The' higlt priced caitlirwerc *-; 75'*glftjBi#s".^^ re-pl^birig"'broken Awiridow'  year-olds, p,yer(igipg:!.li520 pounds, and ���������*"������-:*Hv,irtii ^������,..-j-:;..i;tf-,������tii!vj^i'.  wero destined foi^ tho,Boston market.  The daily roceipts being '-heSrly.;.-10,000  ,a.day lep8,,hani'at.this time 1'aa.t ypnr;!  according to staticinns, ���������indicate'.'..thij,v;.  range" ca-ttlo pracjti&ally''  .arfe ori-'thei  down, grade in .'point of riurrihsrs^.,{...' j f  '  ���������'-'��������� i-M ,*''���������! ,-'��������� '.'���������"., V ,;A.   ..V, :.���������.'".���������������������������' ;,',f     /vyji     .���������<������������������/.  i\ ,','.  Object to   I m'proyo   Domestic Service*  'Calgary.���������A oomrnitteo has been'fnp-:'  poi*)-Jsed; b;r. tdio'^VyorpbrifeJviJndjjatrinl  council with {hdioI)ject"of improving!  domcHtic ,scrvtoera's u carter I6r induB-!  trial vvfcmen, Bays M^A. ���������������������������������.; ,'fhe flrAt  ,������tbp which, tlioy will take will boV toJ  institute a wido-aprond.inquiry v into  existing. condition������tuo.nd int^'.that 4p<  8imbility, bf such r^iorniB ' bti   hdid,  lieon pronbscd'in dbriirtBtic'sdrvfco gehk  ornlly- A somowhat similar invp-jtighif  tijn was mado, it may bo ronjonibCiredi"  (*b6i>VHim .ye'Hi-B ;rtgb;'������nnd' thb rbsulittf  l^^cfl in an.nrtic.lo; by;,]V^8B Oath*  anno Webb,, in tho Nineteenth Ceil-  tury for ',Tuhi>vi0O3. "Xii that;&hfjp, )W'  ovor, thb rc'plie's to4ho -quoBtions ob  pel.-worb .chtony,������������������from,, miBtrcaBOB';, u\ \\  'ibnd������* Jf iriHtltutioAs,i.>vliei'ofiB 'in* ft %  'anBc.Hhb'onihJonB' of 'Bervnnts tli^ri-i;  soIvob rirb also "to be'obtained thrbu |li  'ho, iigorioy bf..,tho Girls' -Friendly Qd-  lioty, tho MA. B, P. S., Girls cttibttf  ���������md:,kfndr,ed'rinstitt*;tibnA'. :'.' ���������'.'������������������.���������;",;;  '.Found Guilty of- Manslaughter    '  '.''Philadelphia.���������Frank W. McAfnhon,  who shot nnd killed Geo. A; Lnnry7,  vhom ho nccu  vonr������old dnngl  pnliftsr\vh'ile inriuirierablb* othet' break-  agCB n\yaited. thoir. B.ervicqsji The work  of thb" 'glaziers, Bbnrte'vftt "VflbcOfld 'aifid  third' wmdyWs/^thb'^xrirtJdrity  dows ^on.tlvD.,ground, floors.nttttracted  thei attention \,of largo ^and smiling  orcHvdS of mori'nridKb'6y"#'biitsciircdly  a woman was tO'bo:,soen. - ���������������������������,������������������.'������������������.-,'���������,������������������-.   -,-������������  ,, 81-1 OW IN APRIL ,,  \t}'X4yy:i!M^it'.';'������������������ 'Aft  Tyo[- /ShowsA vto'.^ |e;;^eicl ,v Ir������', lOli-^  Important Decision by <  ;.''.'.' .',y,.������������������':.   ,  E>tccutlyb"V^. ;X''   ''" '���������'���������','  V Oalgary.^Ttle.Prbvincial Fat Stock  show fvill'ba how in Apri^at-thettime  of ���������th'tf'.'Ho'ri-e 'tffww loi* tlibMrisf tima.  ^^ift'Ooxt yC(\v> tho show will he( hold.  irMjocoinhbr nt thb timfibf'thb",p6ul'try  slXWyvv^iK.'r'fr'*'';.:''"'"!" .''"yV*;'"*"���������"'���������.-<'���������.���������*������������������-'���������'>"'���������-<v..  'Tln������'',f.bnsbns for.'tlib change from a  spring to a n������ld\Wtttbr,i������hbw '���������arb-that  thfyntoek are in thoir^-beB.t.-condition  abbiit DcpqmberjiJ Thci:'cij>vill bo two  shows inijapia./^Tho spring show will  bdf.WVpi;a.i8>������o..ia,  ..,-..yy ���������' ���������>������������������.��������� )::������������������>,-.  'w������iMsa������������"Hia  ,  and ���������  not bi> niraiir.XUii, xii, SD. "Tho Lord  ,i<* the strength'w>'f my life, of whom  shall T..bQ afraiil?". (Ph. xxiHi^l).   God  brought thn-eounsol of itlufc^nemy to  rinughtr*(vorHe 15), aa He always will.  '^Thi^.LojjtJ -brihgelK the counsol of the  Hoatjfcri to nought. / Htv Tmnlcctli>tho v  tleyl.cfs of the '��������� people, of riorio offeot.  Tho QpimK4*l of tho Lord stondeth forever, .tlm thoughts of His henrt to allA  generation's'" (Ps. xxxiii," 10, 11)A; Sco.r  !hlsb.'liaEvSii,''0/<���������10:-������^'''8o'^they<:ret1krhiBd���������'  every ono-'unto His worki reminding-":VA'���������'$,*J  usUjiat Hho'1/ord lias givoriA"tb;"evbry-.V;'A������������������,y > \  one His work" (Mark xiih 34).   It lias  yy ' |  lo������)g.'ibi*on..*o'<.coinf6H'to.'mQ<thnt..oll'bbr.'.<,i'''.:^  good works, ar.b".prepared;' beforehiind   V,-;A;  for,\i^ to wall? in (Eph. il, 10), .nridVyo    ^ A I  havo ni right to say^coricoi'nihg ii.ll;thnt;.'"V'yXA  Cbiripsi "prepared, idr* me."    All that A ., -;,  bojrhe-)' or doifti 'nbt^come is tho best,   ,  ���������thntVHis infinite lovo' and wisdom can    ';Ai'  pliiri for ub. .,Wo-Joarnifroh^wi^rsbVlO  I Sam. xxx,"24, wHorofliOBb w"no tn(rry���������'<X  by thb'stuffWfiteHoJW^^ with  woro ap]K)intod to roproHont tlio Al  bcrta(iJB.r.cQdor8iiati:Toronto .whop.a con^-  forenco will bo hold with tho railway  companies*tb''talk about; froight/ratoa  on Kv������ atook,/   *���������-. .v-i.- /-?���������-���������"���������.>-������.(.       .yy .  ��������� 'i;'x^S?fe^ii^KmTjw���������;; yr"!  . Liverpool,. ���������.Thirty-tiiroo   porflpni*  ������������������Ini'Th^vf^ '������1i������"������! .w������w WMcd-nn'd ono hundred Injured  2J?',J������f"X PLn-fJS;'" nn oxnloalon at Bihby nnd ,Com-  m���������M<1^��������� .tf'iS'i Il'0,Ki teSlfi'.S! P^nrfl Oir Ohko Mill horo.  Tho boiler  mannlniighter by a jury.  1 ho Hnopttajr!oxpfodod, hurling tho mangled  ujourrod-lnut May near tho roBidoneojto nil naVta W th^* Wr.vWd in  ;( ,tl������,iyl0llm In W���������;l. I>l- liulolpW,   jgony Sf'tl,o������V lni,m������i ������r������ ������  SW&RSBMS^ "%!%ggmW* "w0"'"- ���������'">������ '"'���������  bodies  building.  oxpoetCd  '4rdm'ciw1i(|jt,������btt.'.-Glil('  with . a:;tran1pot itLsohc hand andj 4  pHHOr.toontninlhg a lnmpyof torcMitt  that dny wobTgfana,-and thb.T.brd'dla .'  U...:.-, '���������.i.v������'r.',*������*,,*'l tft.-iSxtr: i.v '..'.  ������������������ ;.'w.,;.t.:-v* s ,-��������� ��������� v  . .,' ���������.������������������������'"..,, ���������   I      ,���������. ���������  ,i*y:A:^'ilffly^*i<?wl.iii������.,i������t'l<',( > y ������������������ :��������� ���������"������' *',i'..'P&,'i!,X'' ,1 ������������������*'  E.  T.  Stot^bury ���������Wins Oharrtpionshlp  i������._!..   m,.y ���������' .,���������-^ionalup ������������������' for  ut tho  w iib won  fidclphln,  ���������withk,Tmgnno and Como. In tho Cor������;  inthian chuw for qualified hunters, tho  hlim^ribl>0n was won Jby pindstono,  Vicidoivby Liniit.-Col. Iferbort of Canada.  :��������� , 1-1  aw/  C. P. R. Earnings Inertus*  Winnipeg.���������Tho. O. P.  R, onrningsl PhTlndeiphio piVpoire,  t   Munnvy Sails  Newspapers  Philndolphln.���������'Frnnlt   Muti������ny   nn-  nouncod ho will noil hh* I)o������ton and  A. A. Bruton Disappear*    v :  Fargo. N.D.���������Police nfllainlft Ihronah.  out tho northwoBt |mvci boon, nolJflod  of tho dinappoaranco of A. A. tlruton,  onBhiorof the First National Bnnk of  ���������������*i,  Ho ndmita ndl- Blnnohnrd, N.D., who left hU homo  0,360,000, an inoroaso of $120,000.      |go and blnme������ tho etaffa. i I Fargo? ������������������������������������' .1      "���������  ' '-\y ''Vri-'i "���������.'������������������' '���������  'X' "������������������','"��������� '���������'-  *,'. 1 'V���������*..,. ''���������'  IV'V.y  I.';-; .'Ay.'ii'A'A^'Av  iUiiiiiiiii^^  .���������'���������',-��������� ������������������������������������"*'���������������������������.-', XiXyX''; r,A:  PamBSSmmaWmmm  w1:y  ,,- t , ,���������)���������  ;y"yyy:i,-..;..������������������" *V������[V,i'. ���������" V* "f:  ,yi .,,1. ..... (;'������������������;..���������;  ���������<���������.������������������4 ������ yxy-  'v-.',:-W".y  :SyXy:  -Vl*  >*,y.  ^r  yiyi,yyyt.;' y-:  ���������ttr^,-rgrm*f$t  Villi,,.  ;the ��������� :vbEEsli^Ii& a,  review.  ���������w.  <*������  Fr&sh Xmmm Fruits  Raisins, Currants? Figs, Botes, and Lemon, Citron and  Crange Peels, fresh from the Mediterranean B  Christmas Cathm am  TaMf&m    ,   -  S. A. Speers  '<&  ^Xb������^^������&^  Sisssrt  S3 s������������������!������^  PROFESSIONAL  ^���������^N^WI   t^^^^^H^ IM  JAS. H  SCHOFIELD  S*^M������  ���������*;  Plana  CRESTON  CRESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  ifrnit lAnds, Town Property and Insui-  anoa  CRESTON  B,C  tends to apply for permission to purohase  the following described lands:���������  Coiumeuoing at p. post planted on the  >orch bank of Summit Creek, about oue  uile easterly from the mouth of Placer  Jreek, feheuee 40 ohains north, thenoo 40  haine west, thpnee 40 ohalas w%nr.h   or  -^Summit Creak, she-baa al-mg 8naunit  '-��������������������� wpourt^jT comaaanoaaant. eon-  '4unia&l6i aoraa agora or le*v  F������ap *r*tv*sH80jrc ADjIieeafe.  Orta, *av. 17, Mil  Nel������aaX*B������4We������c*,1lKs*8ia# ���������! Watt  B.CX  ���������K--  J. D.  ANDE/R/S.ON  British   Colombia.  Iulhs . Qbsvbzob  Tate aa-tiee ttet I Stela   Hwat, of  LOCAL NEWS  Dr. Henderson was called to Sirdar,  owing to the serious illness of Mrs.  Frankon, Tuesday night.  This week seemed to be hobo week iu  Creston. Fitty-one weeks out of the'  year they are few and far between, bat  on the fifty-second, whioh happened to  be this week, they seem to visit, the  valley in numbers Few people escaped  from beiug "dunned" by the weary  ones, whe wero strong and robust but  uuwilliug to earn tboir bread.  The choir of the Holy Cross Oatholio  church will hold a leap year dauce on  Now Year's night.  -TIk-members of the Creston Beaver  Club will meet in thoir dam ou Saturday evening at 8 o'clock.  W. Crawford and bis wife left Saturday to go the apple show at Spokane  aud will then go to the ooaat, visiting  Vauoouver and the cities of the States.  Billy Telford, who ts well known in  this valley and who lives at Kitohener,  was probably fatally injured last week  by a fall off a bridge upon whioh he was  working the other aide of Miohel, He  waa working on a timber when it slipped and he was thrown 30 feet through  toe <vestie. His skull was frnotured and  lie is not expected to live.  ��������� Fifty residents of Canyon Oity gathered at the new home of Mr. and Mrs.  Barton Lamberton laBt Monday evening  to celebrate the completion of the  dwelling at a house warming and dance.  Mrs. George Mead returned to CreBton Wednesday after spending come  time with her sister in Vancouver.  The Riverside Nurseries,  Comprising t20 Acres ������ ~ GRA ND FORKS, B. C.  Wo learn that the unscrupulous agent of and irresponsible nursery company  has circulated therepprt thtough the Kootenays that his firm supplied nB  with a large number of fruit trees last year. We wieh to Bay that there is  absolutely no truth in hie statement aud we strictly guarantee to those placing orders with us for nursery stock thnt thoy will recoive none bat frait  trees grown nt our own nurseries at Grand Forks, B. C.   > ���������>.  All our frait trees are of our own growing and we offer $500  reward to  anyone v bo can prove to the contrary.       Sept. 6, 1911.  For Catalogue aud Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  IS H B" H ���������  'Nurseries' Vernon, B. C.  HaJ>e a very fine assortment of %  I Fruit trees t  Oriental and Shade -i rees ^  and Shrubs I  tfOTXOIS  Nekcs las* Biatsie*, Dial-dot of West  Kootenay  Take notice that X, Sed G. Chatem, oi  Spokane Waabit^itoa, ainrnpation Spin- Dfabtreal, Que., ooonpation aarried wo  star, intends to^ppi-t^for permission to  TRAIL  .- S������C������  OKELL, YOUNGS GO,  Beal Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO BENT  CRESTON     -        -  purchase the foll-awj&eg described lands;  Commencing, at m post planted at oi  I near the Southeast corner of lot 8693  on Mosquito Creek, thence Sontb 40  chains thenoe West 60 chains. thenct  North 40 ohains thence East 60 chain  to point of commencement and contain  tug 240 acres more or less.  ,-   Bosie Hum;,  AppUoant.  James Fisher, Agent.  Dated October 16th 1911.  B.C.  iSrsr  GUY   LOWENBERG  OoMBUiyriNG Engineer  CRESTON  &C.  DENTISTRY  Offloe  over Frank Parks Hardware  Store���������Bakar Street.  NOTICE  Nelson Land District.' Distriot of West  ������������������������������������ -   * Eooteriay. y '���������-  Take notice that AI, Earl Goodohild.  of Toronyb Ont., occupation Olerk, in-  tendg*tff apply for permission -��������� to purchase the following described landB:���������  ' 'Commencing at a post planted on the  norto bank jof Summit Greek, abou c one  mile north-"asterly from the month ot  Placer Greek,'.thenoe 40 chains north',  thence 40 chains east, thenoe 40 ohains  south, lhenoe 80 ohalns wast, to point ot  commencement, oontaintng 160 aeres  moro or leas.'  Eam. Goodohii*, "Applicant,  Edward Ferguson; .  man; intends to apply for permission ti  purchase the following' described lauds:  Commencing at a-poet planted on. 11m-  torth bank of Summit Creek, about ten  ���������bains south of the north-west corner ot  ot 8831, thence north 80 chain?, thence  vest 80 chains, thence touth 80 chains-  ���������r to Summit Creek thence along Sum  ���������nit Creek to point' of commencement,  ontaining 640 aeres, more or less.  Sed Q. Chatom, Applicant,  Date 17th, Nov, 'll.. Edward Ferguson,  Agent.  Charles A. Maokay, manager of the  Cambrian Mining Co. at Moyie) spent  Friday and Saturday' with Provincial  Constable Gaun.     -.      4  Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Yonng, the Miss-  es Arrowsmith, aad C. O. Bodgers re  turned Thursday from Spokane, where  they had'spent several days at the spple  show.  asm  Budded Stock a speciality  All trees offered for sale,   are grown in   ou^  own Nurseries* on The   Coldstream   Estate  V. D. Curry, Gen. Agt, Vernon.  CRANBROOK,  B. C.  Date, Nov. 17, 1911.  NOTICE    ���������  HaUon Land District. Diatrial of West  Kootanay  Takanotlee *hai I, Fred Stevenson, of  Toronto, Oat., ooonpation Paint*/, in  NOTICE  Nelson Land Distriot. .District of West  Kjotenay,  Take notice that I, Ethel Lnckwell,  >f Toronto, Ont.. ocdupation, Nurse,  intends to apply for permission -to purohase the following, desoribed lends:���������  Commencing at a -post planted ou th<  ���������lorth bank, of Summit Creek,-about one.  quarter mile distant?,;- easterly, from thi  mouth of -Toby Ge������^,,������aiird about six  miles frOiU the. mot^'Qf.Sttmmit Creek,  ��������� hence north 40. chains", thence east 40  ������������������.hains thenoe south '40 ohains, thencu  >vest40 chains st'o poiiit* Of commencp-  uieiiii, contaiuing 160 acres, more or less,  -., ETHEij.LtfeiiiwELri, Applioaut.  ��������� , ���������,   . ��������� ���������      Ed-ward Ferguson, agent  FOR. SALE-^Livery Batn  and outfit including 6 horses,  and Blacksmith shop and tools  complete. Apply to A. L.  Cameron...  OftGHA&DI  I  The Fraser Valley Nurseries, IW.  ALDEROROVE.   B.C.  Bays Tns Fnounr  Home-Qrown Nursery Stpck  Including Applftc, Pears, Plums, Chewtes, etc.  NOTICE  Messrs Hurdooh Sc Callander are now  ready to.taki������:orders for wood outtlng  from 10 eords upward* for$l 85 per cord  Mhelr 4 h. p. gasoline engine and drnp  aaw aro iiow oomplote aud ready for  work.  S9K  ������  BIOHABD MoOOMB,  Osawtattfaiiataw,  I^OJf  rULL  PA*TIOULklf  OW SsUJB��������� -        . y ;"'  BBBflMsBlMBjVMHaWSB^^  iiwvi iiia.waaHi  +j****W*M*****0*tl+  Canyon City Notes  (Last weeks items)  ' Among the old timere who. have travelled slowly back to.. Appietown are  Fred Browell, Angus McCIure, Fred  Warner and the Weslfng Bros. There  must be worse places than Canyon City.  Sleigh hauling was general for a few  days last week bnt the rains caused it to  go bosh. . ^  The WeBling Bros, are' Rawing logs by  the thousand feet on the property opposite the School house.  /Preparations ore on foot for a Chris!;-  mw.tree and concert to be held .in the  pchool by tbe VPublio and Suuday Bchools  Fred Tirowel reports threshing only  half finished in Sask.  ( A. R, Swauson shipped his household  goods to Wardner B. G���������  Wednesday,  Mr. Swauson has been appointed station  igeufc at, that place.  Arthur Eaipson severed his connection  with the O. C. Lumber Co,, thia week  and la in Oranbrook*  Hazelwood Cafe  S!Rt)AR AVENUE  Speciaiite^  X Cold lunches    , .     Sandwiches  Ice-cream Lemonade  Candy and Cigars.  to 13 p. m.  Fresh Fruits in season;  H<m?s: 3 a. no'.  E. F. PLATT, Prop.  t������K  ?s*  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  (Best equipped Livery in Town) "  All claBs of rUBNOXJTS supplied at short .notice.   TheUatest styles of  CUTTERS and BUGGIES for Bale and hire.   Saddle aud pack horses a  Speciality.  Peed for sale.      Agent for tho McLaughlin Manfg. Co.      Horses for sale  I ain prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mall, end meot all4vnina  at any horii* of the day or night.   Oorameroinl men and landeeekers, will  receive prompt attention    i H;S.McCreath/Prop  ������ Phone 50 8������rdar. Avenue Box 14    J  ' QaJ^aa^eaeeaoeeoooa'BBattflP'tr; M.M II B.H 9 9 ft P fl', ft 0 PU 9 Q11 flB > JI 9Jk.mO.-i  I The Cr@sfon 6&fD6r Shop  Billiards and Pool  ***> Room ������^^  \  i  Clgarf and Clfsrarettet  Hot or Cold Baths  At Any Hour  Razors Ground and Set  SAM HATFIELD, Prop  ���������Mrs. Crompton  asBlated by Mis  Kllngeuamlth is prepared torepelvo pu-  pllii for pianoforte aud violin, siu^iDg,  hsraiony and oompositlou.  , TernM ^00 Vr taa aaauth. llif  .VV'-'   fX]',:, .', ' :    y  .���������'   ;,. ���������  ���������A^All aliaiafas vt ftia, ������������al >��������� handed in  ti^ ������ka v������4Ul������w AMo* aot laW ������hws  Wa4maala#������Mia4aMMakwask.  mUmMymamiitmntmu^mmmmmKmmmmmmmm^mmm  utmm pdTAfoEtt hut  At HIGHER PRICES  (Continued from firflt page)   '  Iaeaaon la 1,007,900 atroo, being 797.-  200 in Ontario, and 300,700 in Alberta. This la 2.03 per eont. lesa than  a year ago.  The per oent of fall ploughing completed rangea from |78.67 in Ontario  to 00.40 In Prlhoe Edward Island  for the eaatern provfne������n and from  18.78 in Alberta, to 94.18 in Manitoba for tha western provinces, which  ts lean than the averages of laat  yoar at tho some. dato. For siimnior  fallowing the average In all tho pro-  vihPM h������ w^ll ov������r 90 per cent for  each of tha three year's  1000*11.  We ha1>e just receivedl from Hathtiton Ont, 5000  of��������� JPearmons Delictus Breakfast Hams, *Bacon and^Boneless Rolled for your Christmas table.  Currants, Raisens, Peels, Spices*   and dtl  hinds  of   canned,  *Pe*rs, Peaches,  cAprlcots, Pineapple, Plums," Strawberries,  Cherries, and JRaspberssies*  Choice  ;:*v  'Wi  cMarmatade,   gains',  <Pea-  nut Butter and everything  necessary for that Christmas dinner*  Full Line of  gtAgjagt^maiam^M^dma^agM  mmmmmmm  Gail in and soo our goods.  ���������    - ii       i-i���������       iiiihhii.- ������������������' ��������� ii nil ���������'��������� mmimmimmM*m������imm^n,mm m ���������nn������ immrnt  Creston Mercantile Co.,  Ld. 

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