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Creston Review Jan 12, 1912

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 sssssa  Y3AJ-I.  CRESTON* B.C., FRIDAY * JAN tath5   191s*  S*������������. r   %W5jj$-.$p&  g M10M*f   IflJYV  T3>A4*i*m *SS"9  ���������������H"-_>������  JS__jV f? &19.-������t  I.  I /I,  __������ "95:   * B __ -S  win  Discussed In Mercantile Hail  Many Visitors Expected  uaai. ninom  ws  The installation of officers of "Wild  Hose Lodge, No 39, ������oo"k pises Men  day night when tn������ following offices*  were installed    by C  ���������������  tJS  Reid;     John Hobden, CO.; W. Gob-  .HIT HPHUKiif Si  IUI l PBlUfffila "  ������������������a������������  wtsaB    S  if iSJ  -.V. IE   an   S3  Elites  <-r"t.  ^n trgrsrsrsTT  1W      IU.I   B   bV S  9 Railroad Destroyed Trail  ������ij2EK������U]2'Ii  The date for the public mass meeting in the interests of the reclamation  of she lowlands in the Valley has been definitely fixed as Tuesday  evening, January 28, at 8 o'clock and the disoussion of the movement wll take  place in the Mercantile Hall The meeting will be opened under the auspices of  the Board of Trade but every property owner in the Valley is invited to attend  and take and active part in the proceedings,  i That there will be a large sized delegation of interested property owners com**  from Idaho and Spokane, Wash,,���������oncosis who own lasid ia the EZootanay "Vftllsv  \ across the border���������is now   assured.   The men across the line are now engaged io  perfecting their plans for reclaiming the flats over there and are keyed   up  to a  X, high pitch over the project. The speeohes may have to be limited iu length because cf the large number of speeohers that will be present bat there is so doubt  hut that the foots and figures given ont during the evening will be well worth  hearing. At the seme time the meeting will no doubt result in some consorted  action or step being planned and the property owners in the district will be -aoeh  interested in whatever steps are taken.  The idea of a public meeting in tho interests of the lowlands was first brought  '^fortb. by s delegation of ranchers who called upon The Review and asked if such  a thing were feasible. Both The Review and the Board of Trade fell ia with fh������������  suggestion at onoe and one letter was enough to bring forth expressions of approval of such a meeting from the prvperty owners across the line. They have as~  ..uivd CrseSe-i th=A they will be orer here in forr������ at any date that might be fixed  They have been notified of the date and there is no doubt bnt that they will res  sond in aeoorosnoe wish their promises..  _.      3&   But People Car* not  Use Track  Probably the roost peculiar case tb������n  'ias come up in the Oiestoncourts in a  transportation way wa>* heard before  Magistrate Young last w eek. Al Heu-  <.lreu was lined $20 on a. charge of trespass brought by the C. P. B., the actnel  offence being the taking of Borne norses  over the O. P. R. tracks between Sitch-  ener and Goat ell. The case is peculiar  ia that if the O P.R. had lived up to the  order of the railroad commission given  some IS months ago that ic should replace the trail which it destroyed years  ago, trespass would undoubtedly have  never been committed. Hendrdo. however took the, horses over the line of the  old trail which had been in use for a half  century until the C. P R. appropriated  it Sou was uucu although the railroad  is not living up to the letter of the law  itself.  5*here has been no road or even trail  between Kitchener and Goatfeii since  fGontinaed on Page ������)  j A. M. Young. K. R. of S.; Thomas  Harris, M. of W.& B. Gibbs, Iff. of E-  S. Watson, I.O.; the balance of the  officers A. "Lh-dley, M. of A.; and W.  Deleter, O.G.; will be installed next  Monday.  ���������Piano for Sale���������Nearly new, good  bargain for quick sale. Apply at The  Review.  Atnquitt Ol Cash Necessary For In^  corporation Of Limited Company  Is Already Subscribed  The Creston yruit and Produce Association practically censed to be a  {business factor- ia the community after the business of che annual meet-  i.  tion over the way things have gone  in the past in the valley cropped out  during the annual    msstis.*1* through   w. ���������������������������     the speeches.     The time seemed ripe  According to the Cranbrook Pros- J ^ ^ ^   ^^^^    evening had ������or the ������ortaation of the Fruit Qtevr.  pector, Nelson A. Brown who     hae a    ^ coavpleted      Hereafter ^ bUBl_ eis Union as a company and although  been cruising  for  the C.P.R.   Camp J o������ ^ ^^ ^ .. ^.^ ^ ^ there _rs _ USUal oWss6tefta     to  No. 5, has completed wiat wore   ax t ^^^ anK)I|g tmit growers ^ oth. minor points in she aew articles   ot  Wardner and is now at work up the*      fernmB wm ^   carrfed oa ^^ incorp0ratioa os   fr^n up   hy tho  Bull river, 8   . _ ..     _ _    .    -���������, -* ^ .I**...   ,^__    .   __'  the -H_ry-sgeii~5!vs os toe Orestoa irrmt "*���������������������������*������*������������������ wuuuh.hbci, uu������re ware     bo  Growers Union, Limited, @, ecsspaay   changes made in the original plans,  now formiag.    At the ssme ������nae the the niainpoint of diflereacs assraed t������'  members of the   Fruit and   Produce   ������8 oa the auaHficationa for direetsrs  ���������Wanted to Seat���������S"iArnished or nn-  inrnished room at a private dwelling  -house near town. Appl;  Apply at The Review, j Association have   voted to continue' According'to the articles of iacorpor- ;    I their organization     because   oi iiae' ������tiss as read hy Jssss Gsok,    ^������  j many benefits that accrue from such   secretary p^o 4em, tg> act ju^ dlrc^pr *  Jack Cameron is laid up as the resnlf j _rgaBi!Satioas aot ^y ^ tba u^^^  of driving a pick into his foot wfeile dip-1 tting ftid from ^ govenuflai1i-oat  King out some frozen water pipes thn j^ BOClal ^ general discussion lines.  The new company in other words is  i io be all business.     The side issues  ������the fruit and produce lines are to  week.  George Mead who baa been at Republic for some time returned to Orestoi  Sunday.  I to  , us taken cars cf by the Farmers la-  istitute and the Fruit and Produce  ��������� Association as o! old.  I  ( f >(��������������� nirimiion    *****     rfm.mTS    41������  \VIVHVIM,MW1*      VM      ���������   WfiV     J*/  Much    uncertainty and dissatisiae* I  ttm grower must hays j&t leje^t too, .  shavss a������ cs.^*tel ^toch. A es-S&s  of the growers .objected to this clause  even After it w^a .ahewjs th������<t theugy-  ������_nt^ss el ilja s_:ow__rs ?hc Jsad **v-'  m. Isas U������8j������ ^n i^ajres ^ ^a company was very small, JL$ out of 40  who had Already aul^cribed.. Tw^iy  six of the AUbscrJbeps &p tp ^3 ^bca^  (Continued on ������&& 4&  ������  B^^ pa-Tgaa m        s    s   a '^^       s  s ggst     ssa ^S  __5__S 8 S^S B���������   ^SS WS      *EL-MP B��������� IS��������� saga. _-_ ea g-TSk ibi^-m  ^^gZl. \SSW9      SB^fiFg��������� g~ ������1J  unusaerasiGSi Ql Trains oyer  jT^     "T*    T>  Show&..Need Of Tunnel  i  Details on the result of the enumeration of traffic cvar tho C.  P. R. tracks  which are the foundation of the attempt  which will be  made by  the  Board of  Trade to have a subway huilt under the  right-of-way in the   near   future "wen.  broneht out at the   annuai, meeting oi  that body held Tuesday evening. ��������� Ii0g>.  advice on the subject, of gettint tb>  eabway wob read^and the ofiioials of th  organisation  are going ahead slowlj,  covering every point as they go,'   The  lost attempt to get a subway  under the  track was blocked by   evidence offered  before the oommisaion which is stamped  aB f >lae in OreBton and by a lack of t_f eo  tive preparation for the hearing on tho  subject gir<?n by the anthoritieR.  According to the figme. submitted  and sworn to by the enumerators who  spent tho six days of one working wetk  in December iu taking down the number of. poop)e. -vnd vobiolos that crone the  tracks, tho weekly avorago of person  walking across the traok is 9,589, vehi-  oIod, 518 and hor<t6s, 18^8. Tho enumerators worked in two shifts made their  reportB to Ssoretary P. B Fowler at the  oudof the week and th?se have been  audited and m-nudlted in order that  the accounts may bo porfootly straight,  DIM.-.'���������-   1~  ������l^.l_   Jtn-.H1- l~fc  tknf   *V><������   AnHMI  taken tgii time will differ greatly from  ������hose submitted bjr fhfvO. P. R. detoo-  tive who was set tO'tako a similar on-  * -nmeratl*' n some tlvne ago and who it is  toileted "iihut his eyes" ���������ln order to  wake the figures most favorablotJ his  employees.   The i?������port of the cnamer-  ntors was accepted at the  annual meeting but no other action was takon on the  ���������ubjoot aa tha oouimittoo in charge oi  the work has fall powor* to proceed until the mutter has bmen  brought before  tho proper auth>������k.-Ulo������. ���������   >  '  ���������RoJgci-6 Ad!co Tor Cliaitgc  WtirU     ll.1>   Oiii*'!     ���������   I.    .U-  Uh.^.i   If.lC.ln ������������������  thft annual inUMiliou of olllutirt* O, O  Dodgers attompi-Hl tn tktaveoff any at  ivimpt to return htra to "the pftwtdenov  o^ tho oraan ������atlon by making a pi on  f..r.     ���������������������������\f  >������|o ������il '<������>r<  '.IMfr������'H������lVI> ������|I������''H tn    !���������'  the chair, he said in part;  1 -The Board of Trade has accomplished  much during its history but not nearly  as much as should have been done.   A  few things;have gone to make some of  ������ur work  ineffective  and one of the  ' >rinoipal reasons for this ineffectiveness  s. the apparent  reeling  ou the outside  tmt the Board of Trade exists for some  ;fish purpose.   You all know that this  .-.* uot ho and the fair minded people outside the Board will not trike that view  of the organization.   But Ptilll the prejudice hangs on in some quarters.  Want To Help Valley  "1 am sincere in my desire to tvee the  Board of Trnde go ahead. I feel that  it is esseutial to the district. It is acknowledged that the Board of Trade  through tho affiliation with the Assented bodioB has moro weight in tho Province aud iu the community than any  other organization. The people have  aot given tho Board of Trade the sup-  RDnUfCDC ilMili.M i nro  IW.A  Dear Sir,���������  We heiewith beg to hand   you copy of memoranda������  ?nd articles o_ association   of tlie Creston I?rmt   Groweis^������  Union, Ltd. for which subscriptions for sto^k are now ia  vited.  &���������%m I^^TITIIT^  Pease Will Heidi' Grstmhtaktlon  r\~  ���������a������&. ���������       -*���������  J������S  aJurmg ^otiiiEi^ iTioniiis  Hounding out a year of work which  has been most beneficial to the val-  fjiey and its many interests, the Farmers Institute held its annual meeting last FrMay evening. The principal -points of. il^eussion during the  evening were the formation of x the  new Fruit Growers Union, Limited,  and the reclamation of the lowlands  in the valley.' The former was merely discussed the main action being  vested in the committee which has  had charge of the formation of the  company since its inception and the  it*  ������*_.������ *  The necessity and practicability of organization and co-j  operation among the Fruit Growers have been .successfully..-'-  demonstrated during the past season in handling our crop and  receiving feed stuff and other goods received by the grov/iers  At a joint meeting of the Directors of the Farmers Institntf  and Fruit Growers Association held in Bunce*s Hall on December 13 it was  decided that a larger anb more permanent  Organization should now be fjrmed.   The committe then ap-.  . ^ . . .,~,ilatter was votea upon iaVoraWyaf-  pointed has given careful attention to the principles on which | t������r considerable argument for    and  such organizations are foimed in other part, of the country V8^*1*8**  ' Practically the first order ot buol-  ivuo wtx������ iuo election. o* afflcsrs for  tAe ensuing year. After several at-  te ������Djpta to steer tho honors on some  one": elee, W. A. Pease was elected to  the ^ place of president. J. Hayden  was made vice-president, and J. A.  Lid, .ate was voted secretary-Treasurer ������ The directors for 191A will be  mad e up o! the following: Walter  Jacl won, W. Gobbitt, Robert Turner, I). Learmouth, and A. D. Pochln.  the construction from time to time,   as requirements  may! The  auditors   were named aa Andy  Mlllcir ,*md J. Heath.  Tjj, ���������������������������**></.".  ,^^^^Wl  -      ���������      I.     h ii . ���������  Q,iu>������u lu-u. uiuuiM Mo iu.uuniuunuj'  u������  i'  jsmmtMrnLWi  and as a result a Union has been incorporated, the particular objects of which, are set forth in the memorandum,  Your attention is  particularly   directed to the voting  power of the shareholders.  It is the intention of the Company that   the stock shall  be held by the ranchers and none but actuil producers shall  port that thny should in   tho pant and  ,,., , --1..--  now wo want ������omo progressive man t Ibe allowed to  take up sJock in this Company,  take tho helm of this organization. I        it is also the intention of the Directors to   recommend  Somoouo who will weld the organization  tOKOthor and at the samo time draw the  community itnolf to realize the worth of  working hand in hand. Wo all know  that thlu Is a geod oountry and will  grow better with the yearn to ootne. We  want Bouaoouo to gub ull to put their  Hhoulder to tho wanol aud mako tho  a.untry go. Wo do not have to boom  it uuovu {uot. xIjIb is uot ncoecBury.  Vhooont.iry in good enough to stand on  itttown merits." -  Mr Po������lR������������r������' appoal for a now man  for tho proHidonoy was of no avail and  he wan roturnod to the place by a uuaul-  mons vote.   W, 3, Watson   was made  vloo-proBllont'   P,  B. Fpwlbrwho has  be������n seorotary-trennnMir of the organisation for threoyeai'M wau again rotnrn-  <i to that, position.   The din otors were  notion   11H  rollown;   Jb'.  ii.  Cnllitndor,  Widtfr Jackson und O   II.   Wynn, rep-  rosontlug thoriMjohci'n and (Joy tiovkou-  nn-Kt A. i~> tx.<cii uiui   ft.   A    biK-tnin to-  iioHinituin  nio   tuwu.    C   ������J.   j..aaK<Jt������  uy   ijowoiittorg   lunt    uioimi    xoniig  wwv i-ppolntod by a v.to  of tho Boar<  (OoixtlHUea ou Fag. 5)  ��������� Ro������e  Support*   Plan  warrant, of warehouses at various points throughout the district for handling the crop and; airing the feed stuffs. Pro-  badly the first of these warehouses will be 'erected for use  next season at. Creston.  By these means it is hoped that the best forms of co-op-  errti m and the best means of marketing the: fruit and other  products may be promoted.  The shares will be issued in the following manner: Fifty  per cent of share on  allotment,  balance, on   Jan. x������ i9i3%ieote_i.    it cannot be & real aweceafl  Single   shares at par. lor a real benefit to the resident* aa  a whole until you all aro active participants in the company. Take  one share at least.    If you ean   all  ���������Ittr: Ilea  VjOOB.   wna Causu  Uywu   wy ���������  plain natters pertaining to incorporation ' and these were gone Into to  some extent. In support of the in-  corporation plan J. F, Roso spoke  in p art as follows:  ������������������Ve want every farmer in the-valley <to become a member of the new  comnpany.     "We want all to be inter-  and Produce Association Indd  annual/meeting.,  The    * Zsowlands   rsso-utics        brought < up by Walttor Jackson and;:  came as a surprise to thn meteber*-  ship.    It was adopted afte_*    ciucfe -? -  argument during the course of which  a number of the rancher? who   eiti-?  a little hay    oa the flats each year :  show.d'that they were agalnat    it.  Mr. Rosa argued   that the    goverft-  ment should give the lend to     the  residents here either    gratis or     at  the lowest figure.     The other many  bers could    not support ���������.-this argt:*  jtnent, however, and voted to    seild  the   resolution to    the govsrnmtnt  authorities.     The resolution was Dit  follows:  The   Lowlands   Resolution  Whersas���������there stre sppresiasatsly  80,000 acresvo< meadow lands oomtlg-  uoua to Creston in the Creston val-  let which are subject io yearly over*  flow, and* - whereas���������the acreage  consists of lands of the higheat agricultural value and of groat ferti&ity,  and. ���������- .,   .  Whewiu������������jw������.: fc^vs r������aoon to 'be- :.  lieve that llU; lejade can be r^clain>-  ed from the said yearly overflow, and  Wh������r*a���������������the said lauds would he*  come an asset of gmmt commercial  value to Creation, to the province  ������iud io ihu Dowlnlou, gofid ^  Whereas���������we believe that the eaid  reclamation can be effected without  injury to any other vested rights m  thte province of elaawhers, and  whareaa���������theoa   said   lands    if ra-  The regulation in the articles  powers of members is as forowsj  X$vcry mcmbci; shall have one. vole, for  coaming the  noting.      good in lt and ftre naAr ^^  i port lt there is no doubt but   that.  .-^1.   -.tL.-w*.  1*^1/11 it will be a nucceca.     It ha������ be������n ������  V.iCll       i*M4H*fV\.       ������.VJv_|,1  ,      ... _   _       -i - -,... * * I euccesa In other parts ot Ca._ada and  by him up to ten shares and an additional vote for cs#e.h uvo ln iM Unliod BtaUu>   And wny not  shares held by him ud to .^o slmrca and urn addition������!1,!!   vr.tv".|in the Creston Valley?  tr\*    n.rfti-ir    ���������fl.rr*    r>1-������^ ^<������*������ 1������#������1/1   l>,r  ll 1 ������>-.   ������������������������**    *���������������   _>.   .���������!>-% ������������������ao  llntmnnl*  (Continued on Pag* I)  o*������ft^i r   ,""���������" - ��������� -���������        j ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������     .-j-     ���������������������  .,������'  1M.1.I  <������t...<<* fl.- (n .l���������,i.nli,0.|��������������� un w,i���������,���������.   i.i.,  Shares ar������ iimitcd to 40 per holder.  There were n number of arguments  brouaht up following the reading, ot  the papers and then the menvoem  were told to think the matter over  until Monday nlfiht xthtsnt. ith. "Fnilt  EVENTS    OP    THE  COMING WEEK  MONDAY  IE. of P. Spsos'a Hall,. .8 P. M-  mbAY  Prwbytei'lan social At  honte of Mrs MoKslvey.  hiw<* M>   W ������t* <vm-��������� ��������������� ��������������� ���������*  L"  NA������%^*,������^MM^-^VVVW, ^ %  1  *l  h  &  r'l  :,      &  \\i ���������  ''���������?  }\    If.  'in  . ��������� .������������'���������  ': ������-���������  . j.\i  Ml  ''""���������-lliiiililiiliiliiitiiilli  ��������� ���������.'iK>-\  ������������������-"fmit^tffm  m  ais_a  IHSWlW" UHitltMla WAtSMMIl-  ttmrntemmm  - - ��������� -['������������������ ' '������������������"" -���������f������������������UT  "^���������^^ ^ffS^^SPs^i  ^.p^.b.^r'ivij^^rtri  ���������        '.   r     "'.  THE   CRESTON   .REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. C.  par.*.*.  w  FS������.-  5Sc  it*. ."���������������������������  w<-  UV  vvrlCES   -..moo    ������-������(-������-*    vil-v ���������     "V������.._i  Zam-5uk Gives Esse Quickly.  Have: you sgot cold in your bones?  Have you a" bad attack of "general  aching'?" x ou know tlio. ;_oeiin^.  Limbs ache, muscles seem to >. have  become tired.out, back aches, now:and  again a twinge Of-rheumatism strikes  you here and there.>?C^bur??chest feels  tight, and there.is & pain between; your  shoulders.  Cold is responsible for .........this condition; and a>. vigorous application ot  Zarn-Bufc %iil put you ��������� right; Take  a'hot bath,! and then rub your chest  and the aching limbs well with Zam-  -DUi_.  Mrs. B. Gorie, 76 Berkeley St.. Toronto, writes: "I cannot speak too  highly of Zam-Buk. A few weeks  ago I was sintering from a bad cold,  which had settled in my throat, chest  and limbs. I tried all kinds of remedies, new and old, and- found very  little relief until I used Zam-Buk. On  applying this to my throat and chest  I found such ease and relief from  She tightness and soreness I determined to use only Zam-Buk. _ also  rubbed it on my limbs where I felt  the rheumatic pains. In three days  from the time I first began, applying  SSam-BuIc I was free from the cold  Sn throat and chest, and also the rheumatism in my limbs."  Zam-Buk will also be found a sure  cure for cold sores, chapped hands,  frost bite, ulcers, blood-poison, varicose sores, piles, . scalp sores;- ring-  ���������"wona, inflamed patches;, babies' eruptions and'chapped places, cuts, burns,  bruises and skin injuries generally.  ^_11 druggists and stores sell at 50c.  box, or post free from Zam-Buk Co.,  -Toronto, upon receipt of price. Avoid  harmful limitations  and   substitutes.  A. Littles Jap Ir School  Do you know how many letters the  Japau^ae alphabet contains? Forty-  seven. Think of it! . And besides,  there are ever so many word signs,  some standing for a word and others  for a whole sentence, which the little  Japanese boy or girl, must learn to  know;" perfectly. When5 'the* young  "Jap" goes to school in the morning  he leaves his sandals outside-the door..  Then? he goes in, bows very low "to  the teacher, and takes-his place beside the other children".  That is,   he  squats .down  upon  a  floor mat, and begins td? study with  his book upon his knee.  A    very    queer book    you- would  } think it if you could see it, for it begins at the back instead of the front^  and the lines run up a"nd down ".the  page instead of across it, as ours do.  i The letters are curious, too. Very  much like tho Chinese characters we  see on packages of tea. When he  learns to write "he does not use a pen,  but a small brush with a fine point.  Neither is his ink like ours.   Rather,  it is what we call India ink.     It   is  -    Call and let us explain our Special Anti-Sagging, Anti-Friction and Accurate Sowing features.  Supply and Demand.  The Wife���������Big checks for dressed  Will' not be in demand this season..  Tha husband-���������Thank   Heaven!    ���������'':  ' -- T-i.-mi*; .ii r *���������' v *   ',-T~rr*~:T ��������� ���������*'��������� *** **'���������  WOMEN   MEEtJ QWVlH&i-S  "I was. troubled with Kidney    Diseases  for  several  years.    My-    bacl$  was wea,k.   I had terrible headaches!^  and was- so restless that I could no-,  sleep at night. , At last a friend told  me about <5in Pills. ',1, at once, got. t* J  box and after'taking thetfi I felt .bet*'  ter���������after three boxes, I was cured."  ETHEL DAL.COMBE.  Write us for free sample    of    Gin  ouite hard and comes in a long stick; j Pills  to  try.    Then  fht .Ihe^reBUlai  To use it, he first pours water upon {size boxes at your dealer s _or u..*,ci  . ciairi.Cagip  ' Visitor.���������Can you tell a woman's  mental attributes by her handwriting?  Woman. Kaund������Titins Expert.:���������-I  ean.  Visitor.���������Well, here's alssve letter 1  received from a lady. '���������:.,-..  Woman Handwriting Expert. ���������I  don't need to look at' it.   She's "ooney!  Judge (severely)���������How could you  be so mean as to.swindle peoplo vtho  put confidence in you? '"���������  Prisoner.���������-Well, your- honor. I'd*  take it as a favor if you'd.-tell rne how  to work it on them that don't.  A Powerful Medicfne.���������^The healing  properties in sis essential oils are  concentrated in every bo.ttle of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil, forming one ������_  th@ most beneficial liniments ever offered" to the use of. man.   Thousands  a flat stone and rubs the ink in it.  Then he dips in his brush and copies  the letters which the teacher has  made upon the blackboard. His paper Is not smooth, but quite rough and  porous.  He has a very easy time when he  comes to arithmetic. He does not  have long tables- of pounds, shillings  and pence and dollars and cents, and  he knows nothing about avoirdupois  and Troy weights. ��������� He does everything "oy tons and he counts upon his  uue"- ���������  <  Then, too, he has the Soroban, and  he doed all the sums on it. It is a  great frame with wires running from [  top to bottom. On the wires are large  wooden buttons, and it is only necessary to move these about to do any  sum he wishes.  from us���������50c a box, 6 for $2.50. Mou&3  refunded if Gin Pills fail to . onre.  National Drug & Chemical Co. oE Canada, Limited. Dept. N.U., Toronto.  INI *h ������   fa   M. gn/fc/rnwi  Head Office to be  ed td-Winrii^  '���������    The New Filing System  "How is the new filing system���������a  success?" asked the agent of the merchant to whom he had sold the "syB-  tem" a few days before.  "Great!" said the merchant.  "Good," said the agent rubbing hie  hands.    "Aud how is business?"  "Business! "echoed the merchant.  "Oh! we have stopped the business tb  attend to the filing system."  Tightness  across  the Cuest means  la cojd on the lungs.    Thai's the danger signal.   Cure -hat cold with Hamlin's - Wizard OH before it runs into  Consumption or Pneumonia,  ORIENTAL.    HERB  BEt-T  A Quick-Change Artist  Inquiring   Visitor.���������Yesterday     you  appeared  as  a  fire-eater���������today  yon  appear as an Eskiu������:swallowlngvraw,  f frozen- J?iah.      ,  "Yes. ray doctor ordered  {of: diet." *" ��������� .- ���������  years  Kidney, Pills   made  of her. '"  a  new  The Power "of Mind  Thfe applicability of- the mind is \  limitless. With this one instrument  man.��������� achieves..v/hat, without it, could  hardly be afci-ifevecF-cGUlq? not, indeed he achieved���������by. a creature combining in his own person every kind  $g materia! apparatus," offensive and  defensive, locomotor,   or   what   not,, ���������        , .  . which animal and vegetable life have! Dodd's   Kidney    Pills    in    the    first  f.isxvented in thfe psst.v?Man������is a poor'.{place is ttie firm conviction_Ot   Mr?  !F   SHE  HAD  USEO    D0DD'S*������*������  ������.        NEY  PILLS FIRST.  The Union Bank of-Canada held its  47th Anuual Mooting at the Head Office in Qiioboc bA"Monday, December-  the IStU. 1911.*. -TUa sneoUng was a  memorably ona for ,t several reasons.  In the first fHace,' the '-'reports present*  bd by the President, and .General Manager wore the best /in, the bank's history ami revealed tho Taot that several  SAVED.HUGOlr  IfiEfADQ S%V PAIIIi^ce from Qaebe'o, to.^Winnipeg. . This  I IjAIiftJ V-T .' i rialT{���������'was deemed a wise move owing to  sa"** ' the factnMt ^out'iof-the total of 242  branches, the ban& has 156 west of  iiuke Supeiior and 76 "in Ontario,  leaving 6nly; a Comparatively few. in  .. -          ������s__^i #������^    ���������������..    two !the; Province of Quebec and the East-  Mrs.  McRea suffered for    over    *w������ j.'Ji������   ��������� ������?������������������-...' ��������� rn*;l i������w-iA;������-.  ���������  *v,���������  W^iere wo do evil our reasons mostly are known to us, but our good dee 1  becomes the purer for our ignorance  of its motive.  &LI#A&-ft    ������^������  quickly stops coughs, curen colds, hesls  *ha tUroet and lungs -       25 cents-  A .certain shopheepor the other day  applied for an assistant aud when a  candidate presented "nimscl.' be '-said.  "Yes, 1 wapt a bright yrmj mh, to  he partly outdoors and pavt'y l-.ahind  Cures  Disease  Freo"Literature Sent.    Oriental  Belt~Ce.t  6SS Spuuir.a Avenue, Toronto,- ������������*>  looked rather alarmed for  a moment, and then murmured. "Why,  guy-nor, what becomes of me when the  door slams?" '"������������������-.���������  ..                ulw_.J  '������# "���������'nnrfrfv!*fa Provinces.    The decision on the  then two boxes    of    uoacs s | + k������:w,.-.!'.T-*-:- ----.   ������ ."-,.,_.  .part of the'directors and shareholders  woman |t-0 ulpVe the head office to "Winnipeg  "Pre'vil, Gaspe Co., Que.��������� (Sp.wv.ial���������  That . she might have escaped  two years and ��������� seven.*' months-  of       suffering-''-had-. .    she.    ..tried  *jiE a recognition of the growing impor-  pedestrian, bat*bis tnind makes loeo-  tbotiyea which rival  the fish ih thei?  sea,  the  antelope on   the  land.   a".d  even the.-bifd in th.o air^.his taeti ar^  of Daor Qua?lit5.-hut,hi������ mind directs:  ais'hastiaWsa9sly"htia wlfb; ^rt ffcial  teeth, aad' ensoiss liiSs t������ prepare his  food; ���������'' One Vhinccsros  could. 4Upos%  can testify as to its power Ih. *l!������yiiisl ������* fifty^ofdiiffi.And Oven pf. fifty mgre,?|":  pain, and many thousands more'ean] hot tberhiaoceros^vcill^faJi hc-fhreTnisK-  certify that they owe their health to  it. Its wonderful power is not es;  pressed by its cheapness^  Costly Knowledge  Every tailor knows a lot of .promising young men.  VlLES CURED !N������ TO 14 ������AY8-:.  Your druggist Will refund money U PAZO  piNTMENT   tails   to   cure   any   case   o.  Itching.   Blind,   Bleeding   or    Protruding  Piles in 6 to 14 days.     50c.  ���������'��������� Teacher.���������Well, did your father cane  you for what you did in echool yesterday? -  Willie:���������No, ma'am; he said the  Sicking would hurt him trior������ than me.  Teache?���������What'rot!- Your father is  .bo sympathetic. ,  Willle.-jrN.o, ma'am; but he's got  the rheumatism in both arms. ,  ' 'Languor Is that virulent feeling tnat  attacks you when you fe������.'l that you  have the price ,,of a "acatlon trip iu  your pocket.  When Your Eyes Heed Care  Try Murine Bye Keimoity. No Smarting���������Feels  Finn���������AirtH tjntfiltly. Try lt for Ued, Weak,  Watery B.voh mid Granulated Eyelids. IlLua-  tvatcd, Book In each Package. Murine la  coiupDUiKlnt by our OoulTMtn���������not a "Patont Mod-  luinii"���������Inn, ubml In NUem'KsfiU I'liyHlclans' I'rao-  tlco f������>r ninny yearn. Now (Indicated lo tho l-'ub-  ' lie mid noli! by DruitKlsiii at U5c and fi'JC uop Uutllc.  Milrlno  lDyt������ Halve [���������' AHoptlu T������l)03, 20������ utid (i0������.  Murine Eye Remedy Co., CHIoaeo  He who no longer believes in reward or punishment must do good i'or  tho sake of good.  rifle: "by his devices he cohnHerte'-ther  tenant of the fields." All thevpnysi-  cal mfethods are self-limited, - a\L ^in-.  volve penalties-and -basnpcriasf 'restrictions in soroQ other direction. But  the -method of-mind,has no lin-its^ it  is even more than "cumulative, and;  multiplies its capacities by geometrical progression. .;.   . "'��������� ������������������  . .1  ii i   ��������������������������� i��������� i i. n-1    _ ,   .   - ������  No *//ords Wasted -..  ������.  A. couple of Quakers bold the record  for brief letters. One* of them wishr  ing to learn ifa-correspondent in ^  distant town had.- any,, news to com-  municatO}. .posted to him a sheet of  paper on which only a note of inter>  rogation was .written. "The reply in  the .form of a'"blank"- she?t, iudlcatlng  that there* was "nothing at. all to .communicate.;- .,-���������   :.    .   ...-".'.    .       ::  Actors,seem to .carry off: the palm  for brevity in letter writing. Quiu: had  a misundersrta,nding--'-with Rich, . .the  manager of Covont .Garden, which resulted in Quln's leaving in an .unceremonious manner.. Vie. soon regretted  the hasty action, and :swrote- to'the  manager:���������"I am at Bath���������Qu.ln"..  Rich did'"not think this a sufficient  apology. ' and . accordingly replied :-t-  "Stay there and be hanged."  Everybody remembers the letters  that pasBed between Samuel- Foote  and his mother, "Dear Sam,"' wrote  the lady. "I am in prison for debt..-���������  Your lovirig Mother."- Poote's. answer  waB even, shorter: I'Dear .Mother ~  So am I." .     .  John McRea. an old and respected re-  sfdent of this place. And this is the  reason she gives for balicv-ng so:.  ������< _v.v *w0 vears and .seven montns i  was' a Sufferer "from Kidney disease.  K^Uc^t'*'bs^"-^*:'*--5tr^n;.ian^.a fiom-  j^|y ^yes^were'^S^d.M*S������~ swollen, iny  muscles cramped aTnd t sUHerea *iE������^-  a'eural|ife';'an6>ffe^i^atiB.n^..M  aohed-and "f hsd pains in my 3omts..  ^ "For two years! waft ttndep?the?������oo.-  :tpr*s care; buiNhe -^^^^3^  jne any lasting jgood.   Two hoxes   or?  ���������dodd's. Kidney Pills'mloJe a-new wor.  maffof^rne" - -..*:*./-      ii-Sa���������-."1  -' To savoyO-nrBelf suffering cttje your  K'dneys at the'first slgn^f tyouMo-:  Dodd's Kidney. Pills .are., the- one. sure  (jure*. . , ' '-'-. Ar':  --      ���������- '-���������:   f     -~^-~~r~r*      <?,���������.   ,;���������   /. ��������� ..-,������.  r Suifesing, SM?row,.:tsarbs,; regjejs--  these words, that vary so s.-ghtiy in  n,aanin<^f are' names that *we give-.-f  ;ei_iotion8 which in na tt^rp men -ttre  alike.    .  iivuoy of the west. ...-.-���������  "*' The net profits for the year after  deducting expenses of management  and making provision for all bad and  doubtful debts amounted to ��������� |662;437  as-compared with: $451,620 for the  previous year. The earnings for 1911  were atrthe rate,q.f..l4 percent, on the  bank's average paid-up "capital for  the year. Tive p'remniin on new stock  issued amounted, to ?457,000, while  the balance at credit of account -on  ftdvember 30th- amounted to:. |80;^00.  The transition from winter's cold  to summer's heat frequently puts a  strain upon the system that produces  internal complications, .always painful and often serious. A common  form of disorder is dysentery, to  which many are proas in the spring  and summer. The very best medicine to use in subduing this painfui  ailment is Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial. It is a standard remedy,  sold everywhere.  AGENTS WANTED  To sell tho greatest Labor Saving  Washing Compound on the market.  Sold by Baton & Simpson ot Toronto.  Send 10c for sample to Henry Arland,  Berkeley   Apartments,   Toronto,   Ont.  lARGE PROFITS IN MAKING BSUCI  Bricks can be made from Ciuy,  Sh*U*  or Sand, bull information upon request.  The  Berg   Machinery  Mfg.  Co..  Limited,  Toronto, Ont.  ISBASEO   OF   MEN-���������DR.  DI6AN,  specialist, 6/College :'SW:'?oro&t*  Finger Print Experiment  A Colorado Professor took finges  prints from the fingers of his daughter when she was born, sixteen yeara  ago, and has taken them every yea*  since. A comparison of these prints  by experts shows that there has beeu  absolutely no'-variation; or change ia  the onarkings of the fingers since,  birth. And yet all the investigations  have failed to show any two persons  in the world whose finger markings were precisely alike.  The greatest distance covered in  one hour by a professional runner is  11 miles 1,286 yards.  Minard's liniment cures garget In cows  , "������p\x say you cannot live without}  Australia is said to be capable o.  supporting about 100,000,000 inhabitants.  Receipts for money were firat taxed  py 8tamp-duty_in 17S3.  Minard's< Liniment Cureak Plphtherla.  A sigtfaT will pass-over the; Atlantic^  cable1, ?two������' tbsousandi seven  hundred  miles;, in three^tenths.of 9. second.  &<  CURpD THROtJGH THE    l)SE     OF  '    DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS. *  Peevish, pale, restless, and sickly  children .owe their condition to worms.  Moth or Graven' Worm I0xt.erminat.or  will relieve them and restore health.  There'Is not a virtue,' a beautiful  thought, or a generous deed, but has  most or its,roots hidden I'ar away  rrom that which can bo understood  Dr explained.  Rccentjy a letter of introduction  V/..8 handed liy'an actor to a manager  which desert bed tho presenter as an  actor of much morit, and concluded: ���������  "H<? plays Mncbbth, Richelieu, Hum-  let, Shylock, and-.billiards. He plays  billiards hest."        ;."i',"r  . Star^Ecllpsed'by Meteor     '���������  A remarkable example of the eclipse  of a star by a meteor is related in. a  recent  astronomical,  -journal.     .T.he  observation  was. .rmado  by,. Dr.   Ma.x  Wolf :a't Heide-berg. , A faint meteor  was seen ..moving across the "constellation Anulla.   It passed oyer the", third'  ���������star, of the K'rou'p". known- tb- aetronp-  mors  as' Jamrna-Aciullae, leaving behind "It a faint train which van'tRhod"1  almost Immediately., The .noteworthy  feature, however,.; is said that the sta?.  Gamma remained  Invisible for throe-  and-a-half seconds al'tcr tho disappear-  anco of tho meteor.   -.It Is oattr^iated  that the meteor left behind it a trail  of    opaquo..    non-lumlrio'ua      rnottor  through which the star 'could -not bo  seen. ���������    .    .1 v, .���������������    . ���������.  COMPLETELY CUBED  OF OYSFEPSSA  "By Ha-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets  We are continually hearing from  grateful people 'who have had experiences HUe thai of "Miss Miv* H. Cooper,  of Ninp;nra Fnlls. Ont., who writes :  "1 winh to cxptcba my grutitudc to  you Tor the benefit I rccelwrl from ynnr  most wonderful Dyapej>������ia Tableta.  Having taken other uiediginen without  hnving received the wligolest relief, I  benrd of yonr Na-nru-tro Dyftj^pKia  Tablet* and thought I wo,ild give them  Plctureo that Talk.'    j       ,  An   Invention   of tho   Swedish   engineer ftvon Bergolimd, in connection  ; with .talking n*  well as moving pic-..  , mien,   \ti   exulting   great   lnterert   In  Copenhagen.   .The prlnclplo of tho Invention Is to fix -waves or sound on  films.   Tho Indentation's .thus formed  upon the surface of the film are trans-  mlttM to a metnl wire, which Ir ex-  wwed to an even ejirrent, of nlr, ������nd  1 theraby the sound In'rocnnBtruetod as  1 nrpinally    "photographed." ���������- .;;Ai.    t,ho  /display  the' picture films  run,.along-  '���������' "hie the pound fllniH.       . .  ��������� Dick Turpia'a.Wallet  I    On* of tho recent additions at tho  ! York Museum Is tho loathorn wallet  ! carried   hy  Dick   Turpln.    The  relic  4������ulcu������.uu.uu>i..i.H������.,.K,������M.������������������    was purehnsed from    a rooldent    In  a trial.   I have been cfmipletelv .urrd  1 I-ondon for a small Hum.    One proof  of d'ynpepaia.   I will be only too pleaded   I of 1ts genulnenonn Is Hald lo ho that  to atlvf������e'nny one troubled with dyitpepflia  to give llu-m r. fair triril.**  Na������lJru*C<> IJ������>:i|������������|������i������i������kV.������bl������;li������ mAoi'iiy  give the immediate ve'kf from heartburn, flatulence, ,-wMityof the .������,tonja������.h  and biliou������neit!������,whiehLMi much ueeded,  but If tnlcen regularly for & few daym ot  weeif.u thry ������om|������J������ci������*y  %,���������������������������. t'������C ;;i������iit  _.k>-."���������������������������-'���������'���������'���������'f    T ::."���������"     ',,r  ���������"''���������������"������'^1    ���������fotilil*-.  When for roc, vou c;in yet n Ivox from  Sour dmggtut,   why  pi ������������u  t������uu������-nuij'/  [atjonul  Drug ������������nf Chemie������l   Co.   of  Ou.mla, Limited, Moutre������������l. H������  W, N. U. No. H������o  It Lean: tho lettern "H. T." ntnmpcid  on the hiathor. It ban been tor many  yonrn in tne poHHeiadon of the family  of the owner. The wallet In doHerllicii  au hotng larger Hum a hoy'H Hehool-  hnir-   ivietal tiheidn are propnuie-d ars a nub  fitltuto for   paper  for  the    pagan    of  llOOliM.     niM'.U  ulu-.nu   viutiiu  ������������������������>   I.,.,,,..,..  ���������.v,.k. f! ::!!:!'*. *"' ������"<nW mbnorb Ink  bi iter than thone of paper.  Mr*. Maria Heott, ngort 100, who haw  ]un( died at WothnrHllold, Bi.uiux, hail  never uoou tho uea.  Chorea, or as it is more generally  known, St. Vitus' dance, is a disease'  that usually attacks thet.young, chife,  dren, though o\$ev.. perspns may be  afflicted with  it.    Its most common   ..~~    ~-.~    n    i-mltchim*       of      -the  muscles of the face ahd limbs.      As  the disedso progresses this twitching  takes-the form of spasms..in which  the jerking motion may ,be confined  to the head, or all the limbs may be  affected-.    The patient is , frequently,  unable to hold anything in the hands  or to' walk'"steadily,  and' hr  severe  'oases!'-even the .speech- is. affected- The.|  diBease..io.aue to   debility    of . the  nerves and is always4 cured by Dr.  WimamB' Pink Pills, which, enrich th?  blood,, t.ow������! and strengthen the nerves  and tinu3Crestoro the'tfuftbrer to-good  hoalthi" -The following  is .a StPlklng  Instance, of whet Dr. WUUamB* Pink  Pills will d6 in thla ���������trouble.     Mrs.  Charloa :��������� Hhlppei.; P.oloe.. Is.lariA,   Qnt.,  HaVB:__"At the age of fourteen    my.  eldest: 'daughter, ttdlth, bocamo much  run down,, and the trouble ..developed  into St. Vitus danco.    First, hor left.  arm hecamo affacted, then tho loft log  and ontlre loft side.   Sho grew so,bad  that she actually conld not hold any-  fhina In hor hand, and could only.go  about, with a sliding, .jerking motion.  Notwithstanding that wo wore giving  her riiodlctno. sho seemod to ho growing, worse, and finally hor speech bo������  camo much affected.   "Wo beuaino mo  much alarmed .about her that firm y  hor father got, a supply of Dr. Williams" Pink Pills, and wo bognn giving  hor those.    In; tho course of a few  wo*ka she was much better, nnYl he-  ford' all tho pllln wore gone she was  again' onJoylng Porfpet hoalth.    This  wan in 1ft08, and htf'ahb has not had  a Bsfm1i-innrA������t the trouble since T fool  ]iu;Uf!<-:;i..I:ti  ^y}���������,'. *"Mnt  t1,n  <M,ro lB  pornianont." "''"   '",, ' ,       ,���������   .  Vto rtuvo ybn got.iho.genuine .pllln-j  which, arc ������o},rt by all nwdlclne ilealors  or may be had at Tin' cehts a box or, olx  hoxita W42.no from The Dr. WllliamB���������  Medicine Co., nrockvlllo. Ont.  Slam Is gradually becoming Wont-  emlzod. The drown of? the rich Statu-  oho 1������ ton do up of portions- of tho native aofltrmie, urul Ruroiiean eoatn.  shoos" and wtocklngs.   For Ihe TlrHt time in history portraits of Ih" Thhv of TlusHla aro to ho  placed on tho poMtoKo-Btampa of iliai.  the year made, a total of $1,199,00^  i^vaiiabte 1S#?- distribution. Of .thif:  large ^<sum nividejids absorbed ?36i".-  000,. the sum "of $200,000 was frahsfefr-  '^d' to the rest account, as. well as  ������457;,-Oj(M)- transferred to, the same account from premium on rieW stock,  'makinig a total transferred to the rest  .account;O$i;$66?������00.0. The? sum of $100;-  000 was -written off bank premises account and ��������� tha, officers pension funa  rpcs'v'"' jiAeaft lonvitiff a ; balance  carried forward of $71,975;  ' . .1 ��������� .-.  A-further' Examination of the report, shows that the bank is making  rapid progress' in every department.  The amount; of., notes,in circulation  .Increased during the year by $1,300;-  000J the total deposits by over $7,800,-  OOO^which. now stands ��������� at $45,232,000  The., paid up capital increased by  $914,000 ahd the rest account by near-  fly $600,000; The total assets of the  bankv,now stand at .$58,434,000 as compared with $46,565",000 for the previous year. The. increase in.the bank's  capital, deposits and assets puts it in  a position to''do"a larger business-during the coming year. These increase's also show a gain in the confidence  of the public:   .,   .  During the year the Union Bank  absorbed 'the -"United Empire Bank. o������  Toronto, .which had twelve branches'  in Ontario and a paid up capital of  $559,000. Later in the year it established a branch in "London, England,  being one' of the four Canadian banks  having;branches in Great Britain.  Altogetlier the battk has1 been showing1 marked progress,and��������� enters upon  the .new year equipped to do even  better work. ���������**;:.  young* roan/'  ;"Yes, yes, and 1 mean it" he cried  excitedly.     ' *  ..? "Weil, if you can iive with heri you  can do more than her mother and I  can do; take her, and Heaven bless  you."   1 . .   .....  A Good Stunt.  "I Wish I were rich."  "WbatewouId you do if you were?"  "I'd see how soon and how gayly I  could reaich ray. present impecunious  condItion.������-        "   r    bj* thi������  . Waiter takes  it away  and brings  another kind of soup.  ; Guest.���������I can't eat this soap.  Waiter, furious, calls proprietor.  Proprietor   (to  guest)���������Why. can't  you eat-this soup?  Guest  (quietly).���������Because I    have  no spoon.  Strength Counts  ih all life's aHairs. Strength come9  ot pure blood;���������good blood comes  when stomach, liver, kidneys and  bowels are kept in proper condition  by a little care and --  |9������fe  1*  ,Glbbs,���������rJ. went on a railway journey*  the other day and took a box of cigars  with me,   ��������� ���������>-.'.   ������������������      ��������� ...   ,...  Nibbs.���������Well, T suppose you had b.  gobd smoke. "     .    ���������  Glbbs.���������Aye, t had that; but when  tho train Wid-started I found. I had ho  m������tcheB.  ..   ._ . '      ���������  Nibbs.���������No matches, and yet���������-' you  had agood nrnoltG. How did you manage tor a light?  Glbbs.���������Well, you soe, I openod tiro  box,. took .ou.t one, and that made the  box a cigar lighter.     '-���������������������������������������������      ���������.���������-.-.,  w    t ��������� ���������    >���������������  . . .",  ... ������������������  ���������urn 1 Ft ���������i'.. -' . 1       .~ ~ ���������  Hobble skirts aro hlamod for a  $5,000,000 reduction of Lyons silk ox-  ports.  Sold Everywl������*re.  In boxes 28c.  m  I  Kas the "Slack K_.jgbt������ *  come to your home ?  het him show you the  quick and easy way to sjoine  the stoves.  all the hard work and dirty  work out of stove polishing.  It's a paste���������so there is  no v/atery mixture to be  prepared.  Just a few rubs with cloth or  brush brings a mirror-like shine  that "you can see your face in".  And the shine lasts I  Most dealers handle and recommend "Black Kntght" Stove Polish.  If your dealer cannot supply it, lend  ioc. for a big can���������scut postpaid..  TIMS *-. *. BAi-LEV Cv. SSSSSSS2&,  OamUton, Ont 18  ������������*���������*. fl/_W/_-MHi������ "8I������ I" Win* Mitk.  mmmmmmmmmam  1  Roaring dogs for thoir skins ia a  largo Industry In Manchuria.  * I ***V  <hiHtrmw������i\���������How muon tor mat huh  of clothes It I pay cash?  Tailor.���������������a0.  Cuttloajwv.-llow much on cvodli?  Tailor:���������M0, ������������ttlf ot It down.  SPAVII  ������IJEIEi  wAtW/lYSS/.rR ANDSllRr  Icelandic Ilivtr, Man., Sept. a6th notv  ������i:n,j. KRNDAi.1. co,  i,.������ Pt������r filri���������WIU you pteMt malt to  tny addreHB m copy of your. "I'reatlKe  on tlie I(or������e"? I huvo l>������eu \\������inu  KemlttU'i Spavin C������r������ and mlvtuyn found  It ������-fe and wure. Marino nrlein.  That tclltt the whole ������tory, and It I*  the experience that huudrciln of thou- ,  Mud* liuvc had Iu tttc panUo year*, and  ft*, the experience yon will hav���������������-"It t*  the only wire remedy"**  lor Spavin.Ki-guone, i������rl������������ 5piu������,  Swelling mi All Ln_i*weif  Sold hy PruftfUt* ���������- |1.00 * Hold*, ������  bottle* for iyoa, Keep U on hand  atxray*. H' irmly for tht *wnerKew(?y,  KeniiwU'n nlopi  the puln, #tart* tho  ���������������-!������������������������ of the dlnorderw. A������k for a free  copy of "A. Trttitm op tne jjomw," 11  wot at dealer*  The Lamp That  Saves The Eyes,  Children naturally n^ver think of.  possible strain on their eyesight when  poring over a fascinating book.  It ia up to you to see they Jo not ruin1  their young eyes these long evenings  by reading under a poor light.  The Rayo Lamp is an insurance i  against eye'troubles, alike for young  and oW. ;; *'>:���������'��������������������������������� v,,:*..',     ���������.,  'I-he Rayo is a low-priced lamp, but it i_ con.huct._d ontho r-,oupdpt ,  ientific principles, and there is not abetter lamp made.at?any ,Rrjce^  It is easy on the eye because its )ight is so soft and white and  widely diffused.   And a Rayo Lamp never flickers,  E������wly liHhtec] without rcmovin������ ������li������do ot chimney;   c������������y to cl������������n anJ t<*wicVr."  Solid l>r������������s throughout, with hsncliome nickel fmiih j alto in many other sty lei and finiiuW  A������- your dealer to iliow you Uli Una nf Rayo l������n>P������i or write (or uWlptlva clrculu*  . to ������ny ������a������ncy of  The Imperial Oil Cohi^atty, iimUecl  ncienti  mtmmmmkmmmim  mmmmmssmmmwmmmmmmmmmmm  Economy  in little  things ia just at  important as economy_]n_jMB_tMng*.  will answer one of your "economy questions/* 60 years  of comttmt betterment has brought theni to such pf>rf������r>  tier ^>������* ������*������** Trlrly Match doea the work of several others  ALWAYS   ASK FOR  EDDY'S.  IMBIffrilillilil^^fMM'*y*l"*M��������� HirttT^miritmimtBttg^^  j-jgwfc^ay^Tt^'M-|i������|-a|| ?S$<^  ture^Colohel^. S. Finn, veteran oil  prospector, ; is Lnowi:.''vin.Edmonton.;; He;  ?;." eume-^ueif e f r eeeiilly-^rorn Vancouver?  '. -where * he!   maintains    headquarters  -    with the ?4thabaaca Oils; Ltd;,    and  ^hich cotnpany K8?Tepresents?in the  ;;��������� ?. Fort McMurray; OU^elds...;':.y:::'/[}-.���������:  Colonel Finn spent a part of the?  past summer-������nd fall in tlie district  360 siiii-s north^ of Edmonton, directing tha oil operations now In progress,  Work. was started on .August 14 on  a well eight miles' frdm Port Mc Af f ly  Tmd forty miles from Fort McMurray,,  12 men being constantly emplo: ed in  trilling until the water, froze. A depth  ������f. 630 feet was? attained. .Meantime  :   "tiaey struck oil in large, quant-ties, en-i  . countering a flbw of ?tne/va.ipable fec'ii'f.  '    ?th'at experts  declare sT^  bonanza for the owners.  The well, located about two;-bund?  red and fifty feet east of the-Mlia?  tsasca river, was a 3ource of surprise  to even the experienced oil men. eu-  'r-ff ;��������� gaged in. operating;?It*? although it had:  ��������� been ?'KU^wn ;to^  , ^11 ,-vg,as. there  and only awaited de-_  V?^ yieibji'nn^L'V ': '.'?; ������  :    ?��������� ^'That is a wonderful country- around  v    FOrti McMttrray/':<said* Col.. Finn to. a  jf^ptfess'^repr'esentat^  ^v-a ivast ernpire-^In' itself,  and,: in yiny-;  -.   opinion destined to become the.neatest oil field in Northl America. I have,  spent many years in the oil fields of  W>8t .Virginia. Oklahoma, Texas; California and Ontario, and never in all  -my lifehave I seen anything to equal  ;    tke  favorable  conditions  existing in  '?'   -he Fort McMurray districts  ;  /      "And there is natural gas In aban-  heat required iii tlie city of EdTttontot?  andleave a surplus forfesef#^;Piber  cities ?.!������?���������-Albert-C/'^ 'n-?  ��������� "then there isall kinds ,6f?^bal for  the digging in that Country ysiiffieiOnt  to supply? the* Whole province;^; ?and  pieIity cf Iron too.   When, t return iter  Fort McMurray in; the"sp?ingf|������ stoartl-  'mak'3 it my special bu3lne"93..Ain co:"  neetion with, the ;dilope^tio|is    gin  which  I am  interested, to lc|>k -into  the iron nro,sT>aets;    Oceans of v|t ban  be 'found-on'all sidas'a,hd Immense f or-  fiiTies are in sight fOrthose iwho-goaf tor it,.'.v ; -:���������".;/"?,?���������: ", -?--::-.   . ,-&'-*#���������?���������  ''I believe that in,therFort ^TcMur-  rnv cot'ntry Is thie Neatest snppl^sor���������  ns'hnhi>*> in-'.fr��������� "wor"'^Tv'R M^r^t  to be .^oiind-^^ereWmt -? i'^e.vh&astjTile  oiiRntlrtes wlliigrnde ^8,* perp ceti^.  which is 4 ner cent, hipher grade than  th'4 South America product, now considered theibest... in the market., ?y^;_-  ?' ^wjthr������11   th(\ re?t of t^e^hatural  orodncts iti that district. there" ttS>a'B:  endless  sopoly   M. rr>iner??i   ^Zp-a^U  ."CTSonhi^';;?I..wo)i,f?.:?'>ot:������ver?npknhe a������r-  r������p"iti������ral -.possibilities. i*o th>re^.t^.^f.  fv'r?:i5fSjjp; ..0f -:jtcr.p������9-":<^-.i.*he.,-.,Tipb-^ct-*snlJ  under" thp,s������n.^ar^j?  Produce eiv  oug# OTain'arifl'vcg^  a.nntlon..- ...... s.'':i::-y2--^-.;;������:'&i^-^-^r-\  ??"Of -cowrae^t^e ope* :.thtw������y badly:  tippded is>ve railrOfidi^��������� T <helie?f. rqw^  ever, it w"], rtor'e'in '"t>������! npar!> f.ut^re^  Hrin feing" Fdmf>n+r>n r"> ? d^ct ^mrp������n-  *cation w'*n r{\** . A%- ������trJet: :vhe\ dia-=  fnrice to -Fort Vr^'Prrrv .W". +hen; be  :f.:^ga^^s#^#������e>!*|?i:J?^  L-onSbn^Thm^-^it^l^  started ;a strong? agitation :*agafes^jthes  States GOver^etrt^O^raitttfaSprefer- J  ence to American ahips-in^he^anama  Canal.5*Itmevoted thre^olufi|n?s and  a long editorial to thalt'*ffite&&M-d^  dares' that'suc&'d^^rr^na1;ioir%oald  be;?a :yJ0i������tft>n? of; ithe ^Ha^JRaui^ote  ���������treaty and says:?���������������������������-' ��������� v-������������������ :^-%i--^/:��������� - ��������� .-ifV...���������:..  ? '--^By?- nopao^^^^'-pa^^B^iVAtowicaH.  Obvernmerit pretenS:^tha^.^t.y isr not  b6iiiid by,^e/teri^o55^^#^ty^An  evasion of the Obli^s^icHQ^^; wW  ������v    vui.^1 e.u _��������� a>**-.^v������������*__^,"j.I y-;-.".',. " m -ST^/;   -     fl  :'';-.;.   ���������'������������������.-���������.-.'��������� ..������������������...;���������;... ....-'1^;    ^yy^....-. .;,.-.���������...., . .;^y _-; .-;S. .  'fi������ejSaat^^ain-,.d^  Victoria^ ;8;;;������.~^bvernment action  for the extermination of the sea lions  of/the:;;w^st;i#a^-:q^ancouv.er.,?is- ,Text-?bfcthe^Uesson:aI-uke:  ���������.itted to the ?vpsrr.Jr.lor.. . S^llvvsy   bi der tliat tlVe ^laafclc fishirts- wealth  rforhmissioR 'vVitH' a-View to ������j|lndingM of ithisterritory n^y^O^OJ^^  a ,������i-,>ii^:i������>i������.rie_*B-s*'^--_3__'---.i^Shifa^*preB'er-.v*'di^9^asae#"tt^  ������-,?-     ������Ay fscotti^ Triangle Isla^d^n^^nttgtipus;,  *^teT6^-at������:>*bnntsd??^h?^^  s,.   ,;...A.... ''m'bst^racibusT'in!: theV^  Regtaa,.; Sask>^Hon; '������������������:3-f.H,.- Raider? ^S?^e^s^?easonith^^^eiWOrke^  who is acting as premier-iiS MrJ^gcott's \ Special* havocs^arnong  .; Merhory ;yerses?^6|;;;77~Gb!:irfen^T  ;,L^J^������l������i^^^b^nr������ (9.Miail^*;gi^|iared^^  . bySjBe^b^.'Mi-?^earnst.?:-  that ;ita?pledges arevpaeanmei^fflav,.,  - f The ?;i Postt giVea ? fltifter^iew^ ^ With  various shipping authorjties^ ^d^?**";  ent British ports; most 6t whoni Tffjisej  to believe that the \yashing1;pn ��������� v������*-  ernment has;<SHehjas Istentionf^**���������>������������������������������������ ���������  Sir Walter Ruueimaa, senior nart-  ner^ c^..Woite.PV3un^jr\aj^.?M  ���������rsahy5; Of '.Nfewcasfl e*on-T'y1re;'-anay iiwi-  don. thought thPtv?if*tb^ reportsw:as  trner-t'he Briti^hi^V^mn^nt'^ad^  c.an.������  absence/? .^a%f-Mer,^we^  thereso^tions passed;by She Western?  cou^ti ^jgirl^tu^  threAk-VI^-^'^^yinTces^^^  in^uiri������^' &e_sSafe'dftthatiios^^ some time  pkstthe; governmeiit^had^  ���������,���������.. natoIilk. -Ant aej^pbte&sif  stich d^criminafibh. if'adopted, would  have the ^expeoi^n^res#J#aP* :enconr-  "Ca'np'^ *fit������v.''"'.���������* ."?'* . ���������' v'?.?::;?���������?.'??"-.-v>  ' J.-.H* ���������T^rner^a^n^-.K.en^T.al.'fb^,"?r1t-  iph r������nhiTTibia. afrreerl that it would T>*������  a^oMtionVKf "t,b������ +^^y"''*>n^!T9������^.  neriVi'ialv xfiitir*! BHtifib T!ob?'hl^hs������t.'1*  'Woilid^rVfao lninT^'t.Wo-,'f^>i!.l if-csoif for  low grade and other grain  so that?it,might,bevtakeii?car?e?'ofs be- j ^ The  fore, thevvweir^ ^eaiiner^ sets?|in>   |;"Ort- .Co- in  ------ ....---.���������.      .   . nncial' ?.-,-.-. -,-.-- .     ... ..  ���������}.ion^'a'i?ainstvwh^  r>3rtje������ have waered "war. bni- without;  less. this'i_^-i^0_3pli������h^d- the ;.n>:*nister  pointed^ but t|iat^thes_arm?ers.-of Saskatchewan would -.be .bound ftp} rneet  adverse, heavy!losses..; : ��������������� ��������� -}M. \ ?'-;.:s-h.   ^Pr; Oald^r f,elt-aure?thEit as?* result  to ?traiyi "Lioyu talk: with 'its by the? way;;  ?and?:;open '���������to.; us?T;the-^Scriptures|I.;-Ma3^^1|  ;-eaeh|ojn������;Hbt[c'e/a^  its;nbw i*i' tlie city, says that the lions, is?not ours to reason'why, but simply  ^his';-^a^-??followed.:the;?you.npvs.alm^  in+o������JJie various harbors, catching a������d  kllliV-sr vinany. , At;?.th>;---s.ame; -timpy-t^e-  '  ffered ^ hardshiti   .......  ....... ....      ,   .  -���������.,..-.,. ....... r .-.-.-..,-....-,- -,^:s,,W4  being driven out assurance/ of the gMpernatnral :birtn?Si^  I tb^ea/-1^'^ '&& - ������ -.-':xi-;r'--i--::' ? ���������'? ���������; :*:���������?-.:���������& .iand,.:Mary"s,:.:a������ceptanceT:bf:iit^ :pe?^hapaS'^ip  I     The>: -W������������t;- Coast Fi^hihfl; ife Ciirfng Httle dreaming the cost ;toherseWvo������liif  anv perptsptible diminntir>n of the nnra  riers. West coast *^ residents:; ask that  same guardians . and coafl.tguardsmen  He, siieaMly'cbmWip^bn  the arch enemies of the fisheries.. The  The minister's" attention was? -jalso?T;c?-rcafij=>^;ipflthe;-fe%;llons.,ar,e... ^anable.  drawn'^vthe reBofotibr^a-se^bj^ the of-.-helnfir iiti}iKed;tor the mannfactnr^  'jounciKrei ffeigb^aind express rates,, cf ;oUs^4e?ather.ajtid other prodnct^. .Tt��������� is  ^Mv. iG_lg^etafedi4h'at *albnc|;with his  difficult/however; to secure the bodies  i.'**Vp  .,-- ^;-^w;,!rTrv:.?-^^?: :i''  HisTwaiesty's Disposltibn ot^f^urid  ^ ���������l^niion^-T^bsl^'aS -^b^l^^bnma-  ^t,Spjt>gift::;;to^bp JglA6������ ^;S������W;  hearing the Christian name Of������iMfiargei  closed soiW-affefe^nrf ^^'c^natibn; wit^  a. Jjotsl, of ^Ap^1'^^^^*^*!1^  ^mmbeWng������mo;re thai?? fiKy^i^soijssnd-  The hfemegf of flie Wnnyserib'ers jare be  of'tftAtVabnia' r^er. ^..at ?^M$^.^SiSSiW IfSld'  .������FieHTlNG'?'B"ORw''-'-EyANS IS DEAD  CAP-AD5AN   CADET   MOVERS ENT   ^  "'���������U-'i'Jip!  Famous RearAdmlral of United States  -?,?J' t:-Nayjr,.Passeo? AwayU' \ :'.,:.������t-  "   Washingtott^Rear-Adiairal   Robley  ���������,?���������#:���������?-'Evans,- retifed,  died .-.recently  of  aeuite Indieestioh^  ,He had? been ap-  xparently in the .best ?of health up .to  _"_;������ minute hs^vasstrie&ert.  Admiral  Evans  started the -.-battles  Bhip fleet in its record-breaking cruise  .'"'.-"arouna- the world, resigning his com-  ..-., Mission at San Francisco because of  ais approaching retirenientfro-a serr  y "Vice.   -",;        ���������:-.?t.:. i:..y.:v-..y -;-���������:..-. j,-r-?r.w.?:?T.-v.? .-  ?    President Tatt. down to the offlcF^la  "���������' of "'the  Government,: haye. isxpressed  their regret over ?his*udden" domise.  Rbbley Duncltson Evans was born  on Aug. ISv 1S-S. in Floyd County, Vir-  ���������/^gS-Uai'y ;end .��������� edncated^Jn^fche  , public;  schools of Washiagtbti. . ^e graduait-u  s Srotethe1 TTnited- States Naval Acad:  e���������.-*' iii 1868. and was made an en-  '. sign in~ October of that year.   He nar-  Kelnated in both attacks on Fort Fisher in January. I8������B. and, in the land  i attacks,-received four    severe    rifle  wounds.   He achieved his lieutenancy  to t������66. became a commander in 1868.  Whan  in  command  of the "York-  town." in isyi. at Vaiapraiso. Ghiiii  his conduct, whbn the American sol-  fliers were attaeVed, earned for him  the-name of "Fighting Bob." He wa������  tromoted to a^cantaincy ln.l.RO?,. and  i 18fl������  commanded    the   ;battleshlp i  *Iowa,"ln Samnson's fleei;;- taking an  "active nart in tha destruction;of Cer^  ���������yera's fleet off Santiago, Cuba.,.  He was apnolnted president of the  Board of Inspection and Survey. ������^d  was Wd* ������������������'��������������������������������� Rear Admiral oh Feb-,  ruary 11,. lfilO. .��������� ���������..: ;  WfOri'TE CH~bTsTO OF THEl YUKOT4  ;   A. N. C. Treadgold to. Consolidate A|l  ,''V^'66ld Properties iii North  Vancouver. B. C���������Controlling more  flredglng and hydvaiilic gold bearing  ground" than the Yukon Gold Company,  owned bv the .G.uggenhelnis, whose ip-  -   vaslon of the Klondyko he made pos-  -    sible,  A. TJ.. C.. Treadgold.  the  \yeI1-  tiiown raining operator passed through  Vancouver on  hia way . to    London;  '*'   England;"to consolidate hll his Jnter-  eijts1 In-one bipr'Corporation, with a  probable, capitall'/atlon  of  about>%ltjn  mnilon dollars,. '    '-' ;    ������������������  the. Order of the ,vGarter^vwap-,^?-^  the cameo^of St. George arid the pra-  .gonv- -,vV; :������������������������������������ ^*- ��������� p������ m^$*$ ���������?*"'���������  t?By theideetPiJOf>Jhe:;Sln^r^AQi^*  Oolnnel-inCnief?, of? ^.���������iMarines;, ;the.  ^^eat^-p^^^*t^W'^^v^^ ^n-:  vested-and ������tili?fed for( tbfs bengfit^of  the voun������ Marine officers >'f $Xc<*&  ^56na?ia?t������y ty^Hb sna^tind? adif ficnlty  in QiiM������tfT!<r..>Tie'cost'>oj! the final?stage  .-���������.:    ���������->.-���������..������.-���������   ������������������'������������������ ~-<^.^iW������,v:?-'-?'?~:.    ���������-....���������  Hon* Sam; Hughes Formulates PlajUL?  aH^ve?4O^00p^Cadeta Receive ������������������ Weefc's  - Training'"'in--\Camp'\yearly''-;-?-;"'|,r'  Ottawa���������Undaunted by the recent  satirical   attach? of   Henri   Bourassa.   , _  ,....,���������.    ,.  Hon. Sam Hughes.;,minister :of militia, j'-br.-'i������iift^.',ira1_rri-:i  has formulated elaborate plans foiTj the;;  mobolization of 40.000 cadets, chosen  from  the youth of the Dominion rbes  tween  the age<;  of ten*and. .sixteen  years.    These -Juvenile, soldiers' will  be ^properly unformed at the expense'  of the gbvernnjpnt- ?will.vbje ui������der-the  .charge,;- of non-cbrnmIssibned: officers  and   ouaiifiedi  achoor?-teaehetS,'--''-:;-aTid*  will  receive  a  week's    training,   .in.  camp in various central districts *dur-'  ing July.    .;,-���������;;;...���������-?..���������?;;;?:?;??.?y.?;>.^^?:..-%--;���������  ':?* The minister hs������s decided that no  better, means. counl be tbur.d; for the  earlv trainSng of those who ^wilflaier  colleajnieS, he had discussed.^he-.tjnat.  ter fully? with: a committee"������6bf ?; the  ���������iconncili-:-tovr^h6^fet������#:i-.a1ssnS,a^ei  ���������<ik(M rB^h^^a^'t^ffgbyefnr^    ^was  ;.prejpfl,re^^bitCp/Oj^racte in- ,every sway".  ;;oossibJe'^6'\fiecnrjrv-'^  He; noiMed .on*^4hati'4he ...govjarjimeht  ���������had;ivr^e?^Si^jpm-*itil^arjBUS .Boards  ���������*f. tradj^^i^atchlF^^^Prf11*10^1?  dealiner iwithltbi rnattjelr and urged the  aovernaientfactibn. Afe a" consequence  the? rail^^.depairtmeiat^isom^^ *time  ago- .arrangea|??^^the ^gathorfns!  of  ineclssa^lda't^.a^vlpfajt^al. to lay be-  ?*bt;e: the>Sbarid 'of rail^ay^crsmmission-  ers when the iribuiry is held-      1  ������������������   :As- fet+Xto- deSEinite' ahriOuhcement  has?been jaade as to. the, time of tire  inViniry^ b������t^hen?^f: ta kes pla ce the  *-5bv%t_kn'ent ^fivSaskatchewan will b*  full_j. pijepiired to lay Jsf.fore the board  a coniplete" case on bebalf of ���������-. all the  ^eopl^-^bTV^is?;:prbvM^ ,  '^B^ftAm'pt^Nis? i^t|^ve!^6jsi  the >dominghkingdoi^" ^verkea" Sui33ySI^  See Elizabeth and -Zacbarias"^filledal^  withy,tho..:iH.oiy-Tt:iSpWt-,;!*.varid:^  their'words (verses? 41, \67);???Obser;ve?^M  carefully^ the- ;R?.TV>i;bf.vver^e;f37^^Spij  word from God'wfll be ybido. pow^r^'S!^  T have -inmy mind associated this^thSi^i  'Isa;:i ���������'f_y^s' ?-ll;.-.-: f'i������J:shall ^riot?-y.??r^urntSl^  unto me void, but it shall ac^mplish?������f4||  tho.t which I please;t^T?When?EiIiabeth;^  filled with the Holy Spirit; said;CBless-yl^  ,ed-is;.sbe that?believed, :for?-.thei;e?ShaH^?fS|  "be- a performaihee' of .-'������������������ .those?:;?;Hth{nigs|p^|  which, were told ������������������her.i-ff,n^''-tb,fa^IiQi?d'^������,^:'fl  :: (verse 45), then:* Mary"? 'blirsf fef6rthli������|  with, "My soul doth magnify?the? liord?^  .and^m^-.'spIrit^hath^'iSejQi^  my.; Saviour,"' ������������������closing.---w^th*,?.;''-"Aas;'4h;e|'^.  :spake:jtov;-our?.fathers,. tO^A^r^atn^and^jl^  to his.seed forever.V Manyvbf;?MaryJs^;^|  ntter^nces ���������' reminds :us ?;-:?otrf?;H^nah''sf;ff^|  prayer or sbng;?iir I'^Sani^"1^Ifi^-clbs������Ks||J!  ing with;."He shall.give strjen^h^ntb|5|^  His ^ King and exklt.- -theZhorn^c^^His^^p  anhointed." This is the^ ttrfet ���������reiei>a^  ^ence^tb :f!hrist -aft-. the^^Messtalitor:?the^iM  annointed one. Compare SlohhS If.? 4i^s|^;  Thomson of ^Elizabeth ybldr^Sbbmgat:?  as they sinkvat once when, shot.  RAILWAY THROUGH PERSIA  British, French gsdi Russian Bankers  -,V:?i to Carry Gut^Great ?:Scheme.;';.;;?J?  London:-^-Britishv French and Rus-  ?sian^ bankers aj-e to hold a meeting^n  Paris.- in the'' hear "future to organize  a, syndicate, with, a^papital of $5p0,0Q0  to carry 'but'a eurveyf of a> proposea  Trans-Persian Railroad. v  _.  Great Brii&in and Russia have bothr  already approved of the scheme.^ al-  thbugh thesprecise-iroute to $f if^^V  by the railroad remains to be decided.  The  proposals co^in^^at^^e  cpn-  structibh of- online fro^fhe^^^ort   thfl. lu-, tiTne and the ^ighfihlSdayi^i^  of? Baku*-in;;vRnssta^?fn^au^sia    .,_������_  tQT���������^irciitnoiBl6ni::-Aha^fsm#:eora^m&  on. tb: Astra, ^rijthe?-^^  Teheran, the capital^ol^ersia.        _^   name for the *ov, as some ^buld?have ���������**���������**���������  s-'itfm  : r&vi  ���������*^s  PROBEylNXp^GAI  A.r J. Nixon,' "in -IfeSl  Question .ofu Albania ^kftly to iBeconStf  "JbnstantiiiQple.^-^Gteat; Bi'ItaH -has  tlu-eatepea vtd inter������eSe' In Maced-niia'  _^-J       ** ,l_'__.������L-*'.*,'.*x\     ,'.'. ,   '.': -���������....-.���������-.'.-  . . ���������';'���������        ..':���������������������������.  >.....     . .* i.e.. ^....   ���������.��������� .-   "..   ..:.'".'"::.���������,���������-     .^.��������� ���������_ .... ..������ .        .'..  ctUU   ./.lU-VUH*  ^Frbro tmri?pbi������itrtt ^R-pass through  the province of Kbrrnan. in the south-  ?east^o_? I^s^ osi^'^wetts^nsthe  Arabian -Sea. It will-'continue, tbrough  Baiucb?'tan;-andfj.tfee.n,rv5pnnee%^^s1V  ^^d������?o^������ gb&g ^tb Kurra-  chee*'" ���������,*-lJw- "* ���������'���������  ���������**-*-���������"���������: W'<--'\.~    y ��������� ������������������  -   N<y dimculty.i^>an^ip^d^itnv''������ie  Vaisi'ng of the capital or uiuwU^S  the necessaryyconcessidns-'i������^e.rsia.  iri^ lagent of thetTrairwayi-COtonasiionv  ^'���������UlH.ea've- ���������f^r^^l>^;w5������B!!(S: ';^;;a?������^Wp1^ ���������  of days.?in.^pjer!;tbi. ^nr^icj^^n^-ri^  quiry into a nuiaber of pressraf'vwest--  era^matBeral'.,���������*���������������?s^Zi*^;*!?'^,^ '������������������>$*. ?  OneoliherMnc^^-^^tid������Ny^ictt-  he; ^n: l^eltfeatef^m' be^e^cV  ���������ehortage- iii Hbe^westf OF which^s n-env  ho- nf x^mblaints hase ;heeh re.cQiye.d_  ^^ 'tbe cbn^iis^^l^e^'wilV^bf y?in>  tttei -west wm^^^'-^'S^B.-\;.f.^t-:ii'.^  >* lit,willy^lkelyjbe ^^av^sl^  nMrSr'of early:^'A-arcfi;  board -will^gb^ weseifiTbelblg.; iaufeJe^Es  ^^n'^'o^mll^^^^Maced and  AlbanUv ...,..<:v :C ' ?.^???r:-.'".- v,;.' i-.J :?i?ili^  The' Britishv' ambassador ���������>*jtlSO^ irf-  lormedr thS <-Mad. ^.i_^_������r thaf th^'n-  stenti^n-bf ttie^ pcrVerl which was, sbfe^;  - GRWr^^b^E^^ INDIGNANT  "?^v������?>;:tm^^^^0^������'������'^^t-..":. : '������������������  *ever^i*#������!ESv^a^d; :iBC:~,$*?$&.  ;. '��������� pbr^tisw-^at llesginaCbnfe^ntse-: :  ,^:a^n^^l^eiates^-"e^ the  Graiu^rowers^^Sra&Si;^opapany4 V16  sLkaichewan^Oo^Operative, Elfe-vator-  ^%:^^_^^^ij-^n fjjft^Ta1 As-  Mention-of t-.e^i^er|. wbich--.Vaa sbj's-;; f������������  pended at ������b^,tin.eiefe?;he: decla������������tt������ny .^������  -of'the��������� Bul^riart���������MinisterHoriTjisl-sy,   8f9,-  himf called^ by .."h.s^father'sT?;rlihie;;'-buii'?:s%  his mother said, ?^He>shaU-beycalled?Spj  'John." "'-1 -TKey-i' nmde'S^gn������. ftbSJtisi'nfa- ^?^p;'  theri.whp, to thr surprise of ally wrbtey/^:  SHis]name is?John? fverse 5?r63). Seo?������riiS  verse 13 and find the Other; six Jwho^iM.  were^ljed by name before tbe^ w^raSsp  ��������� born,*-two of^'them'';s^e^^^muTwi^!^  ���������yeararbefore,-or at-;ieuSt;von?e.TT^;?;yK-;'5^M|^  ;-v'rNbl|ce'the--relea'8'e^t?Z^  nls ?aff1let!o3  which:; \asnrneyvupbsr:;:hlS-ij?S*  J������eca������|8e v of: .-un.b.ei.ieifivrr^Fai^sin;.-^  ^brlsfi-tiie'"rece^bii'or HimNas :bne's?;sv%i  ne^s'ona?; ;Savioury?;ijnbtv������bnlyT:-deliyer|^  f>om??the wratli^o" cbrri^;; but delivbra?*^  Xroi^> ;aii ? bondage^ :Ther truth?;;Baaii :$$m  make you; free.   If the Son i������hail ma&a������#j  you free ye^ shaii T.be.^; free  A indeed ?S^  (John; viii. 32. ?SG> 1   ^Tbe? hand; of the  of Canada, and consider that:within a  few vears practirallv every yoiith ������pf'  the Dominion will have an. opnbrt^n-  ity at least of Jjecomihg an' offjfclgnt  "it is^������Serstobn;tKat ^he-pew move- ^11 A^Tthje^nqu^v^  rhent will incbrnorate wT*hih'its scope| tatfs,'ih theC west.. ^It wjll be^np������k  the nresent- school- cadet system ������f ^ugaVsntt-fiPT-reaQrifiig: .^outioiiisiw,uu  the nrovinces. . ^>i. resolutions for western hoards Pi^Taae  v -:������������������.. ,.^-r ,.alV oSrter tnfe-thVeb pra'pltie jprb^mees-  taW ������tttivrolling^/intot^e^prime^-min^  Jster.an<Lt&e. mtais^-of^ilway^. ..^  I NCTtEASEO   bbiSTyPF   ������-lV1MG*   ;  Proposal ���������'��������� at-' WaanlfiqtOn: to Convene  ���������y j ;lnt������r-Watlorial ;Coi^.rnlsi.lbn^^^-- 4  ������������������ Ottawo.���������<Af ter atteri^fng I at Was*-  in'gton the sessions or the International ���������Association for Labor Tjeptlsla-  tlod. F. A. Ackland., Dennty,.Mig}eJ/������j:;  of -tiftbor' has roturTied-rb "tlie c'fy.' Mf.'  -.Acl<rinnd .ptates..fbat cttiivnpnpatlon for  inlurles to workmen, and .indi'strjal,  accidents, w.er������ tho pri.nc'nal subjects  taken tin. nt /the Convention. ���������  A -,������\v.^vr������''    x������.na     olciA'"   wl^ron     Hv     ^T?l<������  ^onvenMon'to th'** -prb'noffll of the NTew  Vork Chfi.mhrir cf r,on-<Trio:rrn to hay.f  its flrbver'nment take th������������r4nlt.lat*ve"fft  o.onvehlpn: ������n ^ntftrtip't'innit't: r.^mrriercp  to inoulrA into mattes .relating to the  Infereaspd coat, of lfv-lng>(.*and.^to������^p'������*>:'  pone reiriedlna.."'':������  .   '��������� ,.\   ...:     .,,   ���������*-. .���������  HenreoentatJvp.fi .were nj'opeht frnfn  .ne'artv. nlf the lesdln^ ;^oiintHeR rif?������tho.  7Vfirld  n^d .the. h������ad,V',jolj\.t,he  TTnitf>d  pt;\fb;V .^overnniebt do'paftments alsff  attpndrd^v.'.  . &-: '^kWM.tee^������fcA^  Mi-. Sarate������fi*WJ_&ld be^esunledi?'^  " The. ambeBsadbr ^preylously Jiad m  ?ie.n-f������ifv "co^felaMe ^itb^?the' Bulbar-.  iah^inMterjUb^aicks^y^.?MyiSa>atpff.v  This?lend������ 'weight;, ;tb:;the;belief ^hat  '^Sffea^lSrlta.nf it 'prepared5 f0r|inter^.  ?, R'upaors. that ? revolutlo^aryi :>-Gmr  ^Tim^itiMi^C^omis^^m * At bauic. 'are  imminent, have; been irecelved. j-,   y   ���������  ->'/   >' ���������������������������������������������'   ^-' :���������" ��������������������������� '���������-* ?������������������?������������������*������������������ ���������. ��������� ��������� ���������   |   j  ',  y%--XU. ^i^^F^'^RiiajB^EIVI-y 3.C?'^  s^i.rt^#C^r*d'Ap^'������)l������t6! ferider  tlie;---?twb'?''8'ayings";-,ma"ke^us'*'tn^  ���������Eaek.?;iii^;������4;jy-?viii, .2.Xp'/!ZHsi,!s' :yourf|s  tibtii in^e>v^iG^B^pM8es^wasvdiscus-  The railways came in for-_fbtne,':se-.  need{andyminb, dear reader^? the?iiaiia%1  -~- ^-ufc-iA^v/sitfethe? handsof theydiel:' ,bf ?jthe' ':l<drd 'Tnpon ?^us:? .antfyi;hi;^Hblyii|.  re rA'twiirsrrr.^Mi^^.jiVfAiiv.^oe. ������TTi!irie^?si������riP'*ilung;f>and ';-cbntroilin^:'5i;FfbmfiK|  VBVjaAyfl;7f:.tA'.;,tivei !af t;-. verse'?������* ?+Ke--ghW*t;^i^l  'tefew^;5aye^t^  filled ^charias7;fening^STbf^he kix.^;?^  - -    - - - -    -         ' -A-y*W:  mmmsmmmmmz  tnac a sin-Mar���������. v^>>^=t?^i':-^.^ff^-rrZ~'-'~"y  rEiTL^d^a^fcb'u^pW^  terfed into withiitheytaUway^and deal-  ers'bn-the 'other: side?y;pf-tha; l^ie,tp  >/*���������-"���������-"  : VV.;  'Tb^BrfngtAssbciafion-ln! TauVjh?-V^ltH  Canadian 1SentlmenV;f4.'.i'r..h-,"''.  " .Totonte^Xb.^jake . jtie- ^������ra^fc,  tein of YTWf.c;A:'s national rather tbato  .internktlfinal ���������^m^'.bhaTac^r ;was the'  object of^a tppeV^lxeld .^ere fecep.tly>  At the meeting��������� was ?> present the  worlds .4ea������fer .In the ntoyeihoat',. arid-  It was agreed to create a national,  committee to be closely in toucn wiih1  the workings of the aeso/.iation -ft ail  pfrr.s'!**P^'h^%bYmft3^>v,r        '  -,.]^y  ... .^**-:DB<rl-;l_*h iln*rV!arch    * .,  ,:.^|������h.f gfr^rir-T^.^ M&} ^ $#'; '&.  Customs Anpeals.. It Is ^nectedTby^rYf-.  flcialfc'-'bf' t.W������> tyoftfinry, VIU render������������������-,its-  4ecj:silbp ih;-'the t,arlfr:cpinti>qveray ayer  the .free^entrisr. of wood. ouln and- pat  perv'b'ef'bre the end of "March. V-   .-  '. 'T.0J8 icalcjiiiatlph' Is bas������/J. nnpn the  Btssumption,that.the Board ofqeneral  AnfVraisers:,o?''Wew York will 41ep'p;eea  ,atrenn������������fl.������������-*v.. ���������.-���������������������������   ������������������-.������.���������,'���������'  .       ���������������,.,.... ��������� ,., ^ ... v S|Vnultanep\i"lyv'. .wev1! ^h^d nTinuni  Jr.'i. ���������"������������������ '$ '.vThis modern -Monte' Chrlste spemi'-;S1;;i?(rtt:i,n������va>'-ir,f- th*' ^n?nH''n*n,.p^tfAv'-i<j.^l.(  i#���������,.;".    .'������he.: pastASumrner Mn. tlie rtm'tlKftbffi^  tfirfev. ;   niotlng Reals'for nddlMonal ptircha?.qft������!,--������fl,,y������Hci'*tv,..r>n'di the^meHc'au^igcon'-1  :&"* -'Vt amV.waMngW^ V   ?:;���������;.  *"     ������������������ ���������    ��������� noWor'lino. vVhi^h'rfnppl^s. olorttr},er# y^,^.        ___j! Jj   '  '*    energy to a torifri^jV wlthipa .radjh^  ^voftalxtyinnU'es'^f.tlvo Yukon.capltjut. ,/,'  . ���������������������������������*.���������, ,i-rv,',n,. ,.-,.    .!'; ���������.   :   ..     v' ���������   >   ..���������-..   .       }'  AN NAVY'S FLAG  movement In ,C������^.adB. JP\lW* wtw .all  the cnrrenU of ������fe of ft.\i. rtowinlpris^  and   particularly'*-lVe*'chiriclve^.; wiuv.  joj5p a\\ organj'^vd,;aK)P^.;fl'M!6rfal lines.  Orders lMuedvfor. Flying of Particular  ��������� ��������� Flag* From Ships  Ottawa, Out.���������Tho Government bas  docldod upon a flag for the Canadian  navy. The order Is thai, "All ships or  tho Royp.V Canndlnn Navy shall fly at  tho storn the white onBign as. ,ti������e  symbol of authority of the crown, and  at tho Jack staff a distinctive flag of  the Dominion ot Canada, such dlntine-  llve flag being tho blue onslgn with  tho drniH of the Dominion Inset In fly.  A while pennant will bo flown at tno  masthead.  v-. '. I,  Northward Rush Keep* Up  North Portal. Sanlc���������Throngh the  port of North Portal for the quarter  endlnK Doc. Si, 1011. there passedI-a  total of 3.0B1 head of stock. Ot this  numbor, 2.10R head wera hofflAB.. Tlioso  figures BhoW an .Increase of 6 <H over  tho corresponding period ot last year,  tho inoroaso in horsos b^lng C47. From  two to five (;ar������ of 'settlers' effecls a  day continue to bo cloarod even dur-  in������ th^ n������voro winter weather.  ;,. C/yP���������T^IN., 8q.OT,T'S..,pPEDITION  ,Oep>rtVi*.a >*��������� iH^vTer/rlS/^cya f.or'^lhe  ' A.^jkarcrio ;R;tfaTohs '  ; LyttoVfrn,' N>��������� ���������5t.������������������ The .Terra Nova  ,hns snUori for t,hr> far ponth, to take  supplies to, Captain Si>ott's Antarctic  expedition, It thomsln party of the  expedition Ih not renrtv to Return by  tho time the Ice clopei,.;;in.ilt in nultc  ,pof������Hjhlo'-th.at nvrhnf;o'������tnontn will br  matle tor tho.Torra'Mova 'to winter  In the Antarctic,hut If Cnptnln Soott's  rtanh to the Polo has ptovbd succoris-  fill tho vi'MMel's v^'irn .mq.v'ho looked  fdr about, tho middle of March.   u.- -......<.--.���������  DRY FARMING CONGRESS.  1 "Trtsurance Act ChariqexlS ��������� '-%t.'. ���������'  M������ .OttaiMa^^lqe^npe^ ln#e,Can;,  ada'Gazette that in future all perBo^a  Wfc'dl*llf4*iViifl^i,aaee:.an pl<^(per^������8Ilaat-���������'  panys  or Va9Hoeclaftoi\flJ\mlieensed  to  t,ranwava^In0GS hx X]x? pon^WTO aVb  rooulred to make u blaiempfliwy', ������i.,i  tsimh'insifi'tttoco <tb������ th* finance .depart-.  FalfiWj to imvlffl such a statom,  before March 1 no������t will render'such  persons llablo to ponaltios prbsoWbed  by tha.ricta ^l������lF ^r"8������J'r?r Uxq PUf;  pose' or 'ninktnrj ..tho rooulroa utate-  ment have hh'c'l' prppa^d:lhy>!.tho A&.  ^Tttipovte-s;; p.f. naper. ;.f^pv ,%iR.Uim  and Rperland added' tljelr, anp'en'f,;;f.^*r  ffJe'^riffy��������� ������o the eight-other coluxtries  .clajl^in^t^prlvilege*., ������.������.,^, !.'?!,.  ,'y ^fejiTyOF'' THE 'rfWlfA^R AN'T';(.r  Torpedo Boat Oestroyer T\wl^������' Ep-  '^'-"ef&lafir* tlher ,"^i.Urem*a'nriiv:* ,:  ���������������-i $i������wpWtr iRiv T !^Ka^V^Wleef a'lleiNQ  full   JHpWSd'.^fr-i'f '''A*   '.<i.'m ,v r    I ��������� 1  The. "Nwrnntr. was crnlRlrfg in"the  \WiWs StfmiiWtW-msti Bbt������������������?,^'"*  ^handIfe;^h^-^*^-^^;v-^y  ^yyj&OVER^ i  Wbr'l^bf^h'eO^r^ent will Pa^s tntp-  N^y'^^i.V^a'riclSj o|y^ostmaster3^'v ? ^ ^"  %''&-taWi^Arrdngemjent^ *have| been  ;made?for:'t'ive''tr.ansfer of-the annuities  branch p't!tHette^'artr_fe,nt( of trade and  commiBrce..������^ifX.1wa,S; created, by Sir  Edward , C^rtwwight.to- the ppst office  depajjt'rjciQntvA *.J-:: ���������. ��������� ���������^���������v: , .*.;.. 1' ?  ���������'���������'������������������ S.^vIces;Qf./tlte annuities lecturers  "wiU be disTiensed, -wltji, and trie work  ,wili:vbe pla-ced '.li^.tlie' hands of ,the  postmaste^s*!.rt1rrb'ugHont   the   Domin-  1bn;'-V-;^--������Wr^r,C'''. ":.������������������������������������������ !������������������ ��������� ' v:'  1 Hon: ���������TJ..--<1fi.l Peftetier,   postmaster-  .gex-erah and; his.colleagues are of thr  opinion)that the.change will reviuit m  art ftfcrea.Bed salo;,6f' govei-nment D!������-  riuitles.: * 'At any mtethoy proposa to  give thb liew plan., a trial,      .  A*%\Y\ '-wTiinln-- w/\iilr!  'Vkoxra' /*Av*Sfi :ti-������.._   ���������_.  peoprevbeian:' wiliinijf?t^yhaVfe-'i^csiy?-  ment have bed' prppnmr'nywno ,a^. r.>-    poh^+Sy ASSOCIATION  pattmont and will bo furnIshbd.-on ro-,������  .,;;,f 9R3F^.^s������uy^ ���������!r,w  qucat.  "HVISlt  WAfeHf'NGTON  attd;>Wtt^;hea4ad <ttnouud,Nthe BpeedniR  liner untllipho accompllBhod two.c^Mn-  plbi'c- ci'rcleR. 5'' "      !"������������������ -���������..  i.-1  the King-to come agaJn'^B-ory-:tpvseit^?  v*p .His kingdom and ? peace r and ;righi>?fj?  ^eousnesis. y;Me- .liad:::SpbkM-'?-;by?v?;tbbii^l  mouth  of all  His JHbIyv-prbphetB -iu?yM  the^ Old ;;Testament; Scriptures  corifMg!  cerning a kingdom^ tov include aUnaV9'!l  tlbns, With Israel a redbemed people^il  atitho centre (versos^68-75;;? Ps. lxxii^s48  ���������1^,48,: ���������lxvli, 1-7; Isa. i!,.l-4;Jx, 1-2_^^|  and everywhereV.   .The';'prbjj*h'bts'Uild'i'.^|  ���������^however,:of a MosBlah wh^ ;woiild; hit ii-  ���������desplsed and .rejected'.and.'be-cut ofiC'S  and have nothing; as well "as a Mesv'v  "siali'-' who as a, son - of' David "would sit ? '  on David's throne (Isa. Hil: Dan. vll, *!  13.14: ix. 2C mar'flrfnV. but thev did not Vii  tell of the long "internal of this pres- ;y  ent age i between the sufferings aria.';')  the glory, when during the nbstp6ne������-";,.-r  ment. of .the' kingdom n-nd the scatter-v.-'?  ing of Israel  He will gather out olv  J.he goNO������3l a neonle to, share'His 'glorj'?y  and reign .with Him wt en tho kingdom1 1.  ���������comes." "^fiis whs rr>*,f������r,*e'< io h������> ������om������--,/-.  m.unlcatprt  t^ Paul  and through-trim' ?|  fo"us. ��������� See Ttom; xv|; 2fir27;;1 vl, i?.K-W, ? ;|  12ph,  ill.-   Concerning the ;nn>tnbjiie. ���������/  ment. of the,kingdom until tfis return '?;  ���������sen LHk^"v������v.'11-1������:   Actfl'lti. 2ft. :21|   '  '���������������������������'nd notice the ioyfii.1 wocshln of the '  dlsclpleF". when  thev  und^^p.tnnri  thai  ,  tto woiiid.'rovne ncrnln ln'"d*ib'������lme tdi'v ������������������  "���������WoViidVl*r'bt������cl; Uplon Jack  " dttaW:- G-^oVge HvB'r*aubury, M.PU  is ��������� conslderlnfe^ the  introduction  of a  hi\l. afbbr ;��������� the; re-assombllng   of  the  .HQ,u^e'/toi������pvovont''.desecration ,of the'  'ynlon .Tab)*..* ;...-.'''.;i;   '���������:'. '" ���������  'Tli'^'idhal's,-to prevent tjjio ,u'so of  'ihe 'flhioi'Sfor la'clv^ttisbrnent, 'jHirpoges,  '.TlWr'o -is a-i<t\v*>tb tlita effect .-In the  ynitedf ^tatefiu  Vttd    Mr."' B'rlvdhury  tUiiVkfl,..WVat..Bimilar  ...eglslature   .for .f���������,fm ��������� a���������  the n^nheHftn  wcrvr,\������^  2������;P^d������K:wm>ld.leaiV/,o grrpator *esp.ect   '_���������;'i i^nm Cf i.Va vX|J. as.?-   ���������: "^ :"  yfSw the flrj������.'      .v ,���������������  ; .. .;���������-���������������������������  Mr. BrnUbury pointed out that at  the.'present tipie tho Union lack H  to Im.seon oii nearlv every hill hoard;  iidyettlfllng everything, Wbm the latest  snap to: tiio'oldbst patent ibedlclnoH.  Hd bfilleves .tlmt/Mf such noes of .the  cmblow' were prohibited it would moan  moreircverop^o. for tho Union .Tack.  London Paper Says King and Queen  May Crosn Qoeuo       ��������� ������r,  A London.--T\i������v,Ob������orvbr,���������tho .loading  London Sunday pailor, say3 it' U?c0n-  sldorod In well Intormdd <iuar.toravby  no meauB Improbable that Ktnc George  and Queen Mary when ptiymr: 'stnte  visits to foreign capitals aavJ^ customary with Knrbpeani'Vnonarcha after coronation, will Include WAdhJng-  ton in their ItlnorHry:*" '" ��������� ,������,.. } ���������  1,     :ti>   ^ttfAf^t&'-^'t'l ..������/>..-^J-    ' '    ''���������   '  ��������� i Great V/������terway������ Cm-*i���������������������������'"*  Ottawa.���������Tho Minister   of /' Justice  C. N. R. Surveyors Cemplepte Work  Wynyard, Basl..-  Tho C. N. R. survey party har comploted the lino of  survey between Craven and Yorutou.  ������.    ���������>.  ...   i���������i.���������������_-������  iM  ,,+\s, ������mv M"lth  the te'rrVtorv tributary to Wynyard, u������  at present projected. The survey party  Is now busy botweon Ycrkton and Rux*  ton. to which point the stool has ah  ir*������i������.������Sy  ������������w*u*itl*Utl. ,  Lnthbrldge  Deoldeiii Upon October 21  Am Date for Event  Letlibrldao.���������Monday. October '*.  ;yi2, has been fixed as thr? dat" for  tho date ot the . intomncUrml l.)iy  Furmlng CongreBs. to.ho liol.l bore,.  The nosnlon will lant, on<i wpo.c  The date of congress wa������ t'\*W ai'a  tnootlpg of tliA oxocutlvp of the, hoard  ol Control, who weni ihl.i RonrcrciKe      ^..��������� ...  "vlt.h Hon. Duncan Marsh*'!, minister | will'hear' arguments on application of  ot Agriculture for Alberta and Gfm-c tho bond holders of tho Alberta ������nd  Mareonrt, bin dppnty.    Duncan   Mar-  Great Wnterways Railway for dlsal-  Hiini!   vvitn   ������t|i|i(jiuut<i   iiuuutMiy   jiruni-    JuwHiica   u������    Lin.)   ucl   ot   the    A.OtTt^  dent of the executive.  Ciinnot Form N-w Ministry  Contitantlnoplc. - Said    Puuha,    tho  prand   vlrler.   una not vet  been'��������� nble  to form a new ministry to take the  ...������    - ...        *      ,  oontly. A dissolution of the chamber  and a new election of deputies Is re-  ������rftrd**d l������i������vitnhi������.. ��������� ���������' ���������-.:.-'  iOWHiica   ui    Lin.)   4*<~i.    i/i  Legislature cancolling Its contract .tor  construction of the railway.  Ancient Horns Found In CulaAty .  Calgaryk-**A perfectly presoryed ������ot  under the bed of the Bow HIwr, where  city workmen were e.cavatlntf for a  tunnel. *       ".>���������  .Tojyieet Ih FehriiBcyvVnderiPaironaoe  of Govefrior .General. '        -..'.  Ot:tawa,���������Tho    tWtoentli '  '���������annwal'  mooting and convention of the. Canadian Forostry AssoclntSen. tmdor the  patronttgc; of His Poynl HlgbiW the  aovornor.JCIehoral. for *** rending and  discussion W panoVs/roceptloii of .report*^.olbcVien of offlcerfl. and .ptUpr  hnslncsa. wU1.1)> held In, the Rallwav  cSftfcV* Wobm������; TPaYllnment BnlWa  Jnwo; iOttaval^on i.*WednoHday    *.nd  Thvirsdnvu FeViSwr.y. 7. and ������.,    _y  , Am6ng HTOBe^wi^ are expected to  tafca parti*Mr^^^rmiler Gordon, and  many of his, W^ors-. 8 L W,5fj:'d  LWrlpV4tDr, h.-'k .rernew. (Toronto*,  Dr, CUfford P.nchot- (Washington),  and others.    .    -        ���������Tuft ftays He'll Stay In the Race  Washington. D. C���������"Nothing but  death can keep me out or tne riffht  now.": PrnBld������������nt Tatt Is; reporjled. ,|/>  have mnde this s������������temenli to, While  Houhh r^illors rerontly. nnd fo haVe  added thnt h* had no ohleofton fo tho  ptatoment bolng rosd* public.   W."������J;  r.���������..,.^������������ ������i������nt Mr Tuft miirtlf 'wlthdrnu-  from tho rnce for the nemibllcnn  nomination for president In favor of  Colt   Roosevelt.  ... \ -ir '-,,',,f?.,,,',;,.;��������� :,-;.> .��������� ' ���������  SayB:Hindoos Are Polyonmoua  VancoavoV,, ,13, 'C.���������-Doinlnlbii Immigration agent. ,T��������� H. MacQIIl. discussing1 the ngltdtibn to allow"tho-wives  ami chjldroni of. those Hindoos now In  'HrltlBh Columbia to como frbm India,  culls attonMon ^o tho fact that many  aro  polygamous. V      ���������.  Amongst, tlie Hindoos hero are 1,600  Jats and 700 Mohammedans,"all of,  whom pra'cUcp. 4po1ygnmy and might  wlwh to hrlnrr!' two or thr������������ wives  apiece if tho .iminlgratioa,.bar's wenr  .lowou'd.-' A Inrgo (ftmihor tif. tilndooa  have boon, relucted at sap "Francisco  pocaiiBo of polygamy.  , W������nt Princes to'Visit Canada'7'^  Lonilon.���������Tho '.Dally Doupatch says  tho King will bo asked on his reiurp  to allow the.Prince of "Wales-to pay  a short vlnit to Canada, hut as the  PHnf<������ of   Wnlew   snrt 'PHiice   Alh*r(  I.I.R^S  The word's of J?ochar1n������i Jihd ������r till thr;  ���������nrbpliots- P^ntt boi-pv Jltorallv fulfilled'  q<* worp nil thf^pred'^tlons cooc^'-nlnR,  TTtfi   b������ri.h   and   humlflat'fbti.   nnd   trt.iv,.'''-?-  tln'o   drnwi   ovp"  tif������������irrv������.i' 'T\<������n*������������-lniri  while wo  wn'������-.  for  Mi.������ 11 torn' 'fjOfllV;.';  '���������">mt on TeraH wotflrtrt in'VMi'r !lvo<( j������.p,v  >'ls  vcrtoomod ;;pnro  hy ���������..���������.Hlju'.jvoclbntj,  '���������'n-yd,  manv  <j   fulflUm^'v*" anil   ���������"aiiJ-;,"  fonlatlon of *1i������������������o nreolons v"d������. if,,,,!  <vn arw/ln <Mirlst wo.! are   delivered,  frqi^ tho wvth  tp onroo nvd  n"o tho    ]  ' "<"������(1 of AhiMihnm aihi irtiiit-h'*!������,"<',''wlth..,';t''l  ���������T-T|ni-'of ���������tl������������.' whole !worJil,.(J...T'-"������������i<.'l,  TO;  pom. Iv. l.V. vlli.. ,17-. C.,I. in, 20).  Whether   salvation 'b*   fi'ldlviihml   or...  national- It rous* he throuwh tho h>������\i������������AI  of Dnvld nnd tho K'na of ������ho  'ew.ii.., *|  nnd there Is none'olbojr" f^oliu'���������������  3tX|  Acts ly, 12"������.   If w9,.r,������,o4Hln'r',ri<>on,i^^  ones,   wnltihir "for* the  lMhc:dorn.   wflii  m������������v  hv TT|n  ffl'URp fiwVP T'lm  wHhO.lt  fear In  hulinoss  and  riRhteoiii,'u;w/i.  ONLY MINOR CHANGE8  lcMl''  To be Made In Department of Agrk  ture at Present * $ |  " OMnwa.���������Tri>������ lion: Martin'' Bnrre,ll,i  Minister of Aurlculturelays It Ifl'Vojft/^l  dotihtful ir ro-orRttuhfatlpnof, the ap-  rlenltiiriil dopartmont, "about    which  L ���������   r-    *.,..-��������� fs    .��������� *-.    r������-^ i* *<*)+.    f)H������rti������������i������lAlfn 'I*'  Ctrnsda.   In- 1013    It   Is   (mlikely   the | A,,���������,'���������,;,,. w���������, wnlt ���������nM1 the report 'oljl  earlier journey will ho .undertaken.  C. P. B. Otaff Chang**  r.*u������������%.'   ������itn ���������A    f   flhortt    Mono*  Jnw. "is promoted to he master m������-  chanlo or m������ /mihtih ihvihiuu oi ui������*  ,C. P., It.. vioa.Ht A. Pine, promoted.to  WlnnlpeB.'  ' ^  (hi-   Civil'" Service- CoPSmlBHIoncn*. .i.N,,  rooolvcd.    Tin y   will   Invostlgute ''Mtc^l  Dfliurliueiit  llk������t  all  olh'or'tt and  willT"  tnnl'n'    't-ArT.m*n������>0(1ll������lon������ ' to    tho    Cliib  ftmmont. an to tlm \iuH)ne������Nik." wfJ fill  Ol    1IUUUIII.K    ���������>'������'    ui.|i������iui.v.iv,       it,    tt.%  menattrnetttiiy clialiftes wt-W; will b������  made will be minor.  ���������j-jniiiiiii m0&  H4;f-.<������-y..; '���������.  w������i!i)v;.T>j:.T,.,-  JgBJKWiti'S,-  |fc^'  lS=.*.-i-?:-  UTS'*:-  If  S^lfSISSlBliJil^  Sao Sevtew ia an*      ..���������  roobipg ont in a bread mannas- into othercoaicattfiiti**. '.O^SSSS?%_������aT  are based en .he scale of tho Keotftusy and Bomadasr MM* .flJKKSKi-  X.������ad������Bsnh-M������andle^.!������_ia9*rittMa,87 forst������*s**rJjtf-JKftLItaE  tisemente. $1 perinchpeemoatSt,eth<������egvertisteg lO.of^^ftffUMf^jwg  sad 8 cents aer Jiae is *tie������9e&ie<. weeks.   Seb__^?������tea ff������3^; jawJ*.S-ew?.**  advance.   Ourcolunu������as*opes**wWtattjM(8jgar������2S^*Uffi__5  tsrett and the welfare eg ts* cma������uaity.    ������������8*-butis������* snnst fee tales ana  jrtOtttwill.. sg-&tw  whea jron gat ������ft th* tram  if y������tt sign Ska regigtcs1 si  Ttaml  satiate t&I*s   We  _!*s.������_W:.ftA_������  vswSssa  *.?'  aM-Vat-^.  u���������StS  Crctston will be t!^ laofet of  the ������r������i*rty ������wsersacross  the border on January 2$ when the   pnbug?������-f������8in������������w������is *si  the Interests of the rafofaaatfon ������f the l*w&f.iad8 will be held J  in Mercantile Hall.   It .is. the-duty o������ Crests^ aa3  Vaiiey as?a whole to show their *ppted*ti������a������i these   gu  hy formulating at this projedt being set us4������r way.  The principal iBisg lor tha  sssshtrs sod'' bmslisess saes  to do i* to decide npon some course which will bring anftx������|  haastive survey and inspection ol the lowlands in order tlisiti  the feasibility of the project snay be detersi^cd.    The eagfj  inering side ol ths qucsiies. se^d s������t bs   toacl-���������d tipos.  is s@t for the residents"to determine as to whether the land  ess be redaissed. :"Itis Ibr them t@ set ca^teta ~ men wh������  know -to work finding ou fc whether it can be dene. 1  ^^ , ^1   ' ^_ -_ *    ''        ������_-j      ���������'" g^     ���������       '- AtU a.     I. JT-*.fl^-������. ' 'ft-. -  -*.      _,_���������* *_! .'    ���������_ _-   O  tb������^ttb|cct--so!ne j^lieve tliat^ewc������k cas be ties������, others!  XvJ^^^i^|^Mi^;-l^- ������������afert. ������f ������*ar guests.  a .^a^aes  a&m&t  I  QSSEBB-fl  _.    .       Hepddttarlers for Mining Man.  I6^ ���������;y*^^i:-,':fcwhi^W,  Ranchers, T������Kf-&!s  j aaa Com������ercsalsv ..  tmrelv-  ....... ������^ ......rr,...-.-  J\-. THe^^k^k^igdrous CaMiktim  out griping.  Splendidf fdr BUiqiis  Sold for Tnueni^ftpe Cents at  ^C3f������ston' O^ra Gd<  . * '. . --���������.'��������� ���������,.*���������,.'*,������������������.������������������.  Phone 51  ���������-*������ ^j������t"S|p������'^Bf jOjr'^v^'W^-������������������"������������������''������'  rilH-iHfl������ji  m%ir*i- -a* ������s' ������������i������nns-rs������^,  isai. &������ is -up������������������_-���������  _?%_.;_._������__ -.4.^.-6- t.-  <Coatu_a������d tram )P������sa il:. ?' . .  SIS ws SviiwS is ss������re 3.#r*aeC. W, S. ffaaaaw������r* lali ns^a it in.  a maa in the Valley who can provc lia opinion no matter  which way it pomim This is what should be settles at _hss  time, and it cas saly be 4&*ts % gsttisg ssssp^Si  to ewer the gfonad,  wti  *_far faa������ 13 yeasaf at. l������������������-: t&osf  trite ������i������fe tog������ t_r������_������ 0������������ft������aiic������i6*te������aah  t3t2ss������fslls~S J^tfcsSssi  |������* B. 'Sss^eq aa e-traSl 6. ������n $Si������ taaia  I AvtWMikfiaB^kftta oaaoa eSuraMsgii (Sreaten  iwi&b  ttMscaaaas  fr������_a bsobIa oatnAe  ige&S!.,   SI.* O. P. 31. few toeaogaf* most  gvesiva bawa?a? i& the gsosesnties of  tewniafa oafat aol^iikslaaSiss -tbs fact  t ..-..������ ���������  ������.������* 4ft I* &M Mo���������a Am *h>    ������<tl**oal'>   n������k I tf-  W������������.^������   ������~   ������OT   W    ll I|III|_.HW   aW    MM ������5_*"0������MW W^v I  jn.  of 4h������ ri8k6������6&way.  Aetl^e *rai������ bftS^ssa Sitshaae; and  Goa-faU Is <aa (he Uao af ftfee pojected  Isask vaiA tti. ttoUfcaly th& attention  ���������tthairailtoad ������#sast������Bioa will twdtftarn  toy Cxaatea naidaftts ������o 4fe& ������������|!eei whieh  $.������������������_������?������������ $������a.*rd#?*.     If lie*, eve? *b*  star tales* m__**s $be e^^affi������a. plan  Ofestat. wiSJ se������������������aS������Sj' mafee a d������saacS  ���������_y*gj*������  isaser B_s---t seat *%_������������������������  ir-  ������fe*9 ������������Ufr tt������l ti^jr can ^st tfetoeafe to  !*������|" w*���������  m.B  .._.  iviiiapi. a^������ wllffis. wj. anss^S   Sb&esa"  ������fc *S������*'*a������������i-wfc_*m4_a-������'aMfct-B  aWS������8������|a  H������**J5'������4������*  I At.__.A    _-_M_.   MAM  WSi-L SO@H _3f������ RSAt_IY LfconaaSess, S3 tsma; efetenssbsrs. 4������i ������st������  -"'__' |st7 casgs; peacg a-_4 gasra������ 315 -eagoa;  ot di������CU������������io= fcrad takwio anana ������r JrfjubarblliS p?un$������ and pcSatoea, 103  ^ ^^^������^^^ilon_,   Inauv^qilan^tiaa^^va-fi^^ t^ 8aH^ o^r^  a=*������B ������s%?9 ^5^y_^:-^d:S_u^.&^'S_������ra to  -fSlSaasil She C..Fc.:-B.-sf_������^������i a,; fs������i������h.  .-.���������.���������������������������*..  *���������.���������..%.-- - * .-.,  ss? fsr t&sss asd Sb9������. ha^e fea - gay  ������j-ns������tiiosili������$40fosr %4a g������riT&a9������ ot  eittiaa   soasa1 twalva s&IlM  wil& llaii'  ICTvC  a Slssst������?.     TS* -*������*ttar tses  leli stand as: (%������_������$ ;������������-a E������sd on the  greaaa(4bat^ It would' aofc? fes ^Sti-' %o  teens' ;ws.o Ssid ^*fesSy sub*crib������l it | ������Z1?������?  "������^.tojtto^'rifu&������ ������i_aon������, ^ea* bcfenal  iBaseaae S������erty ?iae^i  sr?������i*'������-  '*..    ^ e_      _ ^^|.;&aa|f^A.'8^Wattaf'af  tfce /4^it5a?w������f|Ji2������v9^* ^l1^ 8tsa# fei^ ������ ������tii.an������r whi.k a*  | e������s^k Bss_s% a ^^r^Bc^s wlioga?e  H_b Staaaa _-_fhfs_a whsa ������pp������afe������������l h.  ftnn.  isa"Bla Qaas ������s  'Wes-' given 3  ^AioSaiaaS'airu layb? is eU������ liwliOa -' jail'  any ebaaga was snsde in -tim www*|e9SBias .^a jKa������|������:. fe    wihi^-oaatt I'lM.asaaasa^pas g.^  n^h������ ������iii.i������i ������f lncomow-tlcm pro? 1 ?f^**^? wfe*^ 1m������ aold tha af������oeia������goiaw   ssfta, &&������ take.ihsa fegAsalu|feaasteg&*-������ bafin M*#tistrate Tonng  vidMhi r^������;,������^^,������?^, *" **���������w ���������*���������������������������������-*���������-*������������������������:���������  capital stock of ������i6,o6o is f������id in thu  company can form into    .������ r������gv-������ar  buaiaaaa body.    At tha tltoa .thai the  ; article* ware r*ad their������ had e-wa4y  'hasa $97& paid in and wfcen tids was  lat known and cash* contrlb'-.tion������ re-  (juesUd tae fund \'aeeai������>_^.;'ior tha  actual atartlns ot the company   w������_  fooft raised to tha''wj/alrftd Jwig---  Witb tha requirad amount oS cask in  Jmad the fruit growara have ooiy to  ���������end tha papers tkrough tbio roguiai  law -ninfet������ ii__������ ifcc _?k������r ss -' .&l**^ ^V^^WSlZ^  qnestioa of prioca. : Ha eharge*   tke|took ������ba honwiiaver t&a O. *!*.'B.''teaaki  JiUin     In  local ftgapaiatioa  At pricea wMch  tkosa QubtM ia  aaveral.   ;explao������i  from   --eala������: a^snt  til esUiag foods  juat kail    of  ssd 'fcsvtignt  of coaditiona.  Undley. Tkara  wm. coasldariaia^^iMttkMion along the  lines of prlsiS si-d tbea S. S. y*i.-  haad, acting in tha capacity of Madi*  ���������tor dIacn_������*S e^sdiiie-is as follows:  *'Tkes$ toWatg-ta. tbttMt. 23caoA-  aott apaika of 4- ^axay hare bora, kald  longer !&/ ths depot tbaa waa practical but   S know that nt   that   titn������  to Qcatfall and thonea ev������r the ������Id trail  to hie deetiaatiaa. When tha feearin's  WM kald lact weah. Hamdraa who was  essaiagly aa iaa9saa.<| party. ha?ing  followed ordara, waa .the only etna of the  y^iaelpalc wfeo appeared, and ha bora tha  benatof tha.Sao. Wa^tt and Watson  lid not appear, Attorney MoDsjaald af  Cranbrook appeared for tha O. P.' R..  Thi oeaHon af tha trail hetwaan Kit-  K:  n*  in, Jha neliea aotwa .Vnaa^y. Bos������rs  ^aUA ������������go aero-a tht Hn������ into the  State* but the>paljj<9* offlelale decided to  pnt him ^w^-i^Blead..' .'-  . Tho hard'tiiai*.y ^?oee 4be lias  brought a nnm*^ b������ yagfaats into Ores--  ton in the pait ^two weeiu. Thoie^hni  seem to b������:des^rta& as'a gl������^a ay chanco  tagefeontaf tovrahnt those who make  themselves obnoxibn. and appear to ba  epeading the meaer as they get it on  oriak aiapuaiahatll.'   The police ������nthori  ������������-^,^^.&t������;������;-:&.e-:S-:S-:6  C' (B������.^ Equipped Livery in Town)  Ail elass.of^tXKNOU-"S supplied at, shoyt notice. The latest etytes o������  OUTTSRS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack horses a  Speoialitr. '^ . ;--v -������.  Ifesa for sale. Agen. for the McLanghlsa Mssstg. Go. Hcrsss fs^r ^1������  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and stall, and meet all fe-������ias  at any hour of the day or night.   Oommeroiil men and lanctBeekers, will  ������ivd prompt attention       .'���������;?;���������-  W  !R .KArtf^p^afh Pr������nn  -       g B.    ^S'if-1^,'������'S-V>������>!   i|  J!Phono56 Sirdar Arenue ;     ..   Boslf  he finaSfor tsaisnass which nadar pre-  e������na ftMdition- is^ nraatieaUy nna������oid. | yards to tea block wns  -watched with  able.   .   ������������������?-.., ���������������������������������: '���������  Rrsat interest by a number of residents  "'���������Mrs.' Cromptou'\ assisted ���������: by' Miss  KHngerBtnith is prepared to receive pu-  mis for Pianoforto aud /violin, singing  Harmony end composition.  I Terms $2,00,J?y the monlli. 13t,  from Port Hill that John Hnsarof. tell  25 feet and ''lit; on his eye"' the early  part of the week while loading poles'on  a ent. Kugcroft -yfvs kaoeked.ouv.5or. a  short time but is not seriously injured.  Qempe   Pncherd brings l������ok word  Mnyor Fred liittle is again cosiflned  to his homo through illness. ��������� flie pre-i  i sence was missed at tlie uQuuii! iawtJig;  of the Board of Trade.  .'  BA  Ml/  ct-anneia ana wiu as w-������ as *?������������ ^i there waa n glut on the market and f wene* ann venifela wnioh tha o,,r. ������.  doae fsa ������We to, buy and aeU as aht waa prcvetieally Irs^eseSble to ������^r|uas:r r-.ieg--Ma=--M. ts.*ye*tisg his-  conipnay.     The papera were aiart*u| ^i^. ..J??*}?* \&..^^^'l^ when taken In casneetian withtha  Uuough thea, chaunei. Una ^ ^ J^S 2f \i'������!.^^  in the course of aU weeka Uia un������oujlt eoB|d ^^ ^ vmij^iw^t      polaulltln thAtfO'-andrMvftam WwtfUaal  should ha regularly incorporated.        l������ot blasss ths galsamaa if ti- pri������M SM Walin Waila, Wmuji.   It waa later re-  aaem a little bit    lover tiiea those  _���������4 fc.������^ L t_.-A-^ ���������_* ..   ,.*vyi"  SIR EDMUND WAI-KER. C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PftsetosNT  ALEXANDER LAIRD, OkNBNAU Mawacwi.  c^pii^lv - ������o,ooo.ooa  rest,- ^.oeaosH)  #  tu  nsa������r wYiaw    *BMa ���������' nvAlMcw *>������%   aw!a������*������������  l-o.tr rigidly hereafter and ask the oo. operation of th* resident* in; their effort*  |jbridCr*st*npf tl^s wades'it^bleft.   V.  m������m  One oS th������ first things done at the  beginning of the meeting waa the ac-  eeptftnee ot the report ot the treasurer of th* aPPie ahow committee which  waa ottered    by James   Orompton.  He reported $274 collected and |2l.  2i paid out tor prises and other general bills, leaving a balance ou hand  ot $������i.7������. The aaeretary mad* no  report.  -   Sale* agent,    A. IJndley. r*port*d  that tha    total amount of   hu*in*a������  quoted elsewhere. Rf yon apply to  an outsider for a price he will give  you almost any thing to break up  your combination. Ha will glv* you  fancy price* a coupl* of time* and  than drop you. W* bars found that  tha by*-iaw* of th* old association  were no good. How we have aouwi-  thing good to ofler yon it you will  come in. If we hare fore* and eo-  operaUoi we can do anythlag. Hers-  tofora w* -rare had no real power  now we at* going arUr that power."  built by Oolrsrnsr iJewdacy atiel slse*  that time h������* beea called the Dewdnsy  trail. The rabailt trail ran from Fott  ate������!, t9 Q^yjyffi, .ftheecs through  Tahk. Goatfe%Hi������shen*-. and Creston  and then out wftf* **��������������� mountains up  Boinmlt er^krpas* to Vert. Shapard and  an Inla the Oolombia riter Motion aud  th* States.   In th*. early..���������'day* of this  1'0������ JL.sa*M Aid of the M*thad.st  ohnreh will hold their ennnal drive and  bean sapper on .Tan. 24th at tb* homo  of Mrl. G. D; Brawi^^;  " r4**~^rtV>*,^i.ir>'  Serrlees will be hold in th*Holy Gross  tihttroh, Sunday ��������������� follows:���������; ��������� j  ^IghUaw     ;. ��������� i 10:MA. U  Sunday Scjaoal   ���������''{,\ ,,.,,' ���������-.. is������0-Jr\ M.  Evening Bervlee 8:80 P. If.  ���������f The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $t and  upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates. There i* no  delay m withdrawing1 the whole or any portion of tiae deposit. Small  deposits are welcomed.      .'��������� ,'.'A*J4'  ,  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to be  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor.   A joint accoemt  of this bind saves expense in establishing the ownership of the money  after; death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for  ."bjfc t������tfet or for others depending upon Him, in the event of his death.  fERGY g������4 F0WLE8, SQmags?, Ctistsx Sfsneh  rammmmmmammmammmammmwmmmmep  ssss  sssssasaamm  mtmmmmm  trail mlllleaa af doUsre worth ot gold _ ..    _ _.   .    ,���������,   .    .  wt_*lake*antov*titand taonsand. et *������������*.^^**$*���������������������>������������������������������������  dose by "tha ���������Moei^UoA^tZ^   _!S������������������ of tJ������* evening���������ta* di*cua*ion of eoaa*=y������   Atesefr W yt-snJ *** * ehott  year lall amounted to $16,614X5 or  rnor* then ������U.00<j more thaa -w  handled during 1910. Th* auditor*  report was read a* follow*: ��������������������������� w ������,,���������.���������  CRKD-T8 in ������art a* follow*:  rji_- I* tank ��������� tf1**1  Aeeount* du* .....������....���������-..^���������~* H>lSt.OO  Oood* on hand ,.������-^.������.������.-.���������..������      M.*������  th* mv company. S>M*tdaat. Tin.,  niobta, ask������tt JTamas Oook to read the  article* of incorporation a* drafted  uadsr legal advic* last wasi:. tutor*  reading th* napcni Mr. Oook e^eke  ���������t.*a.i������  DfcltlTB  TJnpaid eh*e.u*e ..-������...������.-������..������.������ I 4������l*tl  TT������lanft da* raackor* ~......~~   tft.T*  aCes'ttrane* fund .���������������������-������.���������.������������������....*������������������������������������.-������  ssv.se  :nue flela* for nc������-Hnentbei������ ...    11.16  ������������������mi w������wi������im*-I' a  ���������jftn-  n.Mt.i*  **_Tor years we hav* ktard and  known that thing* war* not ���������*������*-  tory. W* have had two orgeni***  tion* here trying to 4o enelnees  along ta* aasm* Unas. Wa havni  tried to get into position whera we  ooald hav* a warehoua* of our own  and w* hav* 1*11*4. We found that  w* eoald aot act a* an aaaoeiatloa  In th* handling of good* in the prop-  er maaaeft W* hav* triad to gwt  a wanehotta* i������y eulMMtripUoae but  have failed in that also.     We found  **���������*.������- mm mwwt  mm  w������   trMtt  vo ������������^MMrt  ���������i-wn;<sl������*-* fo* bar** aai.   eallttg  ���������at np Ih* valley* rathe* threw the, *14  MitafhaavywM bat it was still the  means tt settles tram Mast fo West  Kootanayandwaaan Unweftant faster  le a tranjpertatlen way. ntaoy people  aaitkei their belonging* l������*������ thi Creston  Valley ova* the trail before the 0,1*. It.  e-uud* along in 1808 and took the trail far  lis own purpose*. Since thai time the  resident* have either had to use tfceC.  p K. tracks er ship their horses and  vehicles c-u n O. *������. tt. oar.  Evaded Conrt Order  Th* ������n*akUn ������f 'wethor mn 0. S?V ������1,  ���������h*������14fltr*f4aj>e the frail which it etemp*  t*# ** lit ewn n*e year* age was   taken  "btfete ih* railroad o*wsi-t*l**ion napia ih  ������~WatttaA le 2Mn*aM'aiw,<*-*Whlte Wya*"  detts *t Buff wrelttlrton Pulietf. Apply  at Th* Review Of***, fSt-tt  Drs. tCmtt Established 20 Year*  OTNO NAMES USED WITH.  ������UT WRITTEN CONSENT  F^'  Ummum with which. 1 hud beon In  he  KW  ood  OtfMl  Ma was surt>rla������4 ������t howl  e>re������ h������������l������U-->>X> took   your   Jtfi  MBTtlOD VltCA^HKNT for A pOrlOUS Jlk  ...... .��������� Hie  BUI  nd  'III!  I������l  oIsm the *>mptb^~^iT ^^'wt  ������i^~ru������jirot sores, Motdies, rfawim*  dUs  ������TIoTim, viiltsa Hot Hprlnics and othe  ������Ui_r*l wAt*r tmotiM, but only goli tern-  Urns, tontiru* dlsoontLnulne the tnedi.  -GsS year clsttcs ������lean������d, ��������� pressed  and repaired by Miss H.M. Vc ������ h 18 4  e������#e*KvaisvMiav  APTKN VMtAVMKHT  ksioilsrdisssiiee.years; '  ^aea*2 ^*w s*m^p w#asw^^#^ ,%ss/ss^ ������4<  tsUuyoM resoi  ws ipMvaUlrTsut) you  ut tookWiulYloi.., IbTfitirea *iii-ii,"tiiMi ti������������^wmm%i-*ifd*it������hfl������l^  [Urafico*  X ������0niiuiM������l tliw. KjMf.llSrrnou VnaA-mmrf for-our month*  Hern���������to Mr. and Mrs. J. jr. AiWion  a son, en January 10,  'Af. WTAKtal*, DLpOW.  '~NKY aasialalals as wl^*>  -AU kinds ta "Holiday" thlug*,  With th* right Holldaf "spirit1* in  them, Also a full stock of cigars, cl~  gMot^ss, plpca, Sobacco, pouch -a, olga-.-  anii cigarett* heldem eto., at 1'1.������  jMqaor ttto.������.    ...,,.  ilv _f_*__& _M*_rk-_e_nvn*M'i-_[  ladgORKr Wmm*������ UMMARY* S1ADDXR aad  IFH ^ySwajHrtlmt^Havoymilo^horei1 Are  -i"i^ -. .-- -   ��������� cmrr4 ������y������ar������a*o  laadbftaluty, x������������r*  raftw *nLf*W?a *������  w������w. ������������������  infi������ndl������jfto������iu.  jutwif  our t*xw  , Co for you,  L opin'"' "*  nm.uo������  C4HH������UlUll������a  >sv������������������  pejfcle*.-^ aad .now we az* feists to I ������������*fiibj a*e wad ***** body atonoe laid  vf.  _t ^|fr, Llndlay ������c������ww fl^fca on eh* in*  tal -moual of fruit and nrodne* hand* fc ^^ .,,. . >...*    .^^       ���������,_������������������,,       ������..i  . . .   .     __ - ..        ���������_        -^1r* i*M^ Jolai aleak eeemw-ay.    UI ������ewn ��������������� evder that tae ralltaall ahaal-i  lad duHncr the waar aa follawut Ctrew-1���������_.������������* *.������ ������. .^i....- ** -.a^;*. *fc- ������������~. I    r    -   ������������������������������������������ ���������*������*��������������� ������������������ ���������������m*i*������i mpms  baPria*. IIM aa������M* tweHberrlea, ������i0 r_-!*f will lie Iu *"������������.'at^a^aA^'* "win I "W1*** *������ne t������ail fOt the ���������*# ef  ths'/-������o-  ���������ea%emrranta> 1OT santst *^H������eeb*������iea,I ffiaasiftnj"* :��������� *���������_��������� si ' ''       I***'   *^a������nsn*plwnu*iiaai*n|f|^^  '. I \uwww*M������- 0 wn irWH* ���������# f iIm*a mm* *e_t es-ltae le e_M*aa*___l# *?<_** 1  ��������� II  I  RFAnFfl i^y������������aTirtlmt .Havoymilo^hoper Are you in  nCf.UE.ll your blood htm cU������eajc4r IJava you any wojUpui  DiiSeKra^  the   plat* glaita Jcr tU   .r������ id %���������-'  ugr^^sa^     a_iHittifia_ttK_���������s___b_k_si  4,,...  wi������.������^.  ,t"' " t'-tVf,^ r   |.i> ^  v������w w e- - ���������*���������'���������*        ���������������*> 1  ������t* *.f   waenme     **������w    ������M*������������M|' 'VN������     *���������*"���������    W������4 ** *.*-**,)  .  r_^Uhl frees a flat oaria the 0. F  U.  AH leM-ers from Chnada must be addtessed  to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  . m*M 'b������ Windsor, Ont.   If yon dosiir* to  ett������ u* tWMtudly cull ������t our Medical Institute in iJrtroit as wo ace and trett  g] Mboratory for Canadian bu*ln*#w only.  Address srificttenraa^foWowst  uriai. AdnroLUY At icannkdy, Wladaer. 0*A> Q  ., Wytfci Sw a*-1 sthntto *_-_ww-l _���������  a*?*  m  ���������TfiTIiTlfiiJiiiiinlim*^  .1  'u. ^-!.'.-;.;.' ���������,. t     '-"^.v.#"vV  ��������������������������������������������� . '���������  |i,.^j������MWh~^l_sM������tUU-.4hU.M  iraiiiifieiiMisiiaM  ������������������������  ..^w,,������������~������������������-u)iuiiMilii..<.w������l������miiilill4ji*lii*jiul������iUtuiiiiijUllui  PBii'Mii'JLIBg  ilU.-Kl  hH. .VMMMMMlMMMM  TiTrviir' iiiiMiiin'-iiin  iMkiii  mmmm  mmm ,-a������t>iWiiH������lait  iii iMiiilin nr'tt ������-^���������^"..  llll'ilHI_li-HMII-f--|l #Vi!  ������������������tv';.  Hi:ii%t!v^'afitfi^'^nfMf#' ���������,'^������*-E*^fi=^^r::-t4-3?^...'w^^t-'.  ?-S?:#:;?!r^;'iM������P3  >.���������:-. .'^..���������"!-;;-'.V.';'-������������������; -"t:\.S^'������s*;Js5^'jggSffl,  "'���������KMi'i:;?:"^?;^  ;?'.--.'-y-i ��������� ��������� yi j ��������� ���������- ���������*��������� ���������;#-,! ��������� ry ���������' ������������������������ ���������',* "' ^t '.*���������? >f^,.���������*.t7*r -t^t ,"???*" ?!?TT'p ?'?W"^T^ ** ���������'- * J '* ^ "��������� "T^T'-'*''- '���������!; ? "?-f *!W^* '^''"?*"  |V*:-*,:^i:^r';^*v,'"v'r."'-���������'C''r-'.'.^"V''-*m-'T;..-!" ^l1*!*-"' '";'������������������''���������:  S������'  ; ���������������^a;?si������^������H^;Pr,epff!������t^ir.;  \This Hotel is one ?bf tHe  ;: ?t-W:,:?;.?"?. 't.--���������^-..-^;V;?^~r>'<;^ '14_i������;; 'llSl'i IMp:'^^if II  clamed, wot3H'::ba:;^#f^;?ftiTV^^a^e; ? ���������-     ������ nb''>-;rBmtilK-&e|un  . su^;?sp������r������sd--^ :'~  doij^rs, 'yielding ?;:n;y'coni^de^  ia/.js^BTOf .^ the:;.g^!  :#;'?fv-^  ��������� tvJ^.^_ - -.-.._ ������������������.���������..-���������     iv        *i He ������lini 11 or rnrvm ie.-*rripWir.:'.--.-..' 1  I .���������. .    ,...  .       .,_  t_....  iXmrargrmimi'-y-:- I        lHe dining room is strictly  "gT^1>'vv-.^"'^ ^;;'?':-^u'v : ';.--'"' '->CQ������A:  pj$|^'^     '��������� /^^i!���������'C''?-'7-;''���������''"---::"��������� -���������'���������'y^prtorclate��������� and   the :,bar "stlp".,  TlGC3M^O^/Ot/S-;''-.i;:--v'>-.--:''->^-: :;  :?v?:-?- ;,-?.-;        -.-.'.i   ��������� OI, goods.  ^AMPl~E  '   '        ' " '���������    '"������������������  B  't  ���������������*���������������>������������. *# ������*'  , v������. ���������**��������� ������������* w  fill!  JCreston. B.C.  i'":-i''-  ������8  FRUOT   GROWERS  (Continued from page 4)  VwiU elect seven men to take care of  their interests as   directors.     These  I y ^^gisnt:?wia^^?c^^^y?^.^a4 -solely  respbssi^la for everything that    will  go through' the Tiearehouae and>    tor  tha transacticmb or the company.''  -^. ;CFqpk then J?ead the prospectus  i' ntt: _3ta -s^n^iiSy*^* ������������������ **���������<��������� -y*i~^-A������.k.������������j������������v>'������*  ������a_^0s������*tiSsBs'--;__ad:;'ia* '-tHi&es'-o. '"as-'  scfei&tion. The prospectus . will be.  found elsewhere to the columns of  tha ileyie^ythis week." 1   ;  ?-.?' -There, ���������-.���������was y considerable   discussion  on the articles after they "were read  g feiit these ware few    thing-i brought  up that can he decided -after the company is regularly incorporated     and.  old     a- regular 'business- meeting,  rhis business meeting will be     held  iinmBdiately ������fter tafe papers are reg-  is^edi'??:;-^"..'-'^ '*���������'���������".';���������' ..'���������' ':;r' -'v'---'':, '���������'���������������������������'���������  The last order of business was the  elcstic&':6t officers,     There had been  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Jan. l4th(2ndSnnday after Epiphany)  Elsie Home/ Buck Greek 2:80 p my  Srmday School S a. m  E-.essong. oerrsor.      '-.'���������'-' '���������'-"���������'^i^p'lhi.'  Annual Parishioners Meeting, 8? 30 pjo^  Philip O. Haysafta, XVieass)  ��������� #������ >*aS a* I ^ A twf������V? ft  yw-tf>HV% ca U*v  whether the association   would con-  J&u-Sei ^Oompton who "-'.-nrged'-- tb������ soil"  tinuatipn of .tee body������ it was ��������� decided?to.yjkeep on with the* work. . Mr.  Co'mpton's argument was so sound  thai the vote to continue .'wab iinan-  imousl:*ri;,:"f;v.'--,.'':''?.;;;..'';..'v.' -.y" ���������:��������� - -���������' -  The ivsteam xoiier" was working  goody during the' election of officers  aii4 aftsr^vthe'; -present' incumbent,? D.  S. Tin.mons yra������ ���������. reelected without a  ~ tiis52_-ti_!2 vot"���������. W������ 3..-<-W&tscn.. ..wss  made vice-president and . J. , Blinco  was returned to his bid place as sec-  Tetary"treasurer. Messrs. Gompton,  Gs.rtwright,; Jftckson. Fairhead, and  ���������Hayden' weire ojtected-i to thfe- executive  f.-board^.-;'%";;' ���������-���������:���������"'''���������':��������� ^..->-'    :;-'"���������''-. -   r -  MM-  ���������    ''   ,?,',' ���������',.-' i   '  '���������',%;���������   ���������  .  * .,;���������"���������',  '-";f   '��������� ~-.  DIED���������At Queen's Bay, Kcatehay  Lake, on Wednesday, Jan, 8rd, Henry.  Paffard, iii the 88!h year of his age.  B. W. McOutchoos, Teller; at the  Bank of Oommerce is expectedhack from '���������  his holiday vacation trip; Sunday^  -. \  Ted Melons has received wor5".?G-a  ���������t" ;      ���������      -    < '      ������������������  J*, jcs, moran, prdprietuir ot tho <3*������stCE  Hotel that he has armed at ma' home  nPennsylvania. '���������"���������'  There will be ;a, sooial and coasting  party at the home of Mrs. BIoKelvy on  thnfcoUntW _,*��������� 1nrt������. +hrnin-h ���������fchfifset-        . ������������������'��������� ������������������ ���������   -i    .-���������   ���������? ������������������?='* r=-?;'-!-.^/:!?V; '' tt  WiBjcountey at large thj?oi^ th?  tlement bf the liffiuss 'and  '  I   -���������-,���������*.���������������. i.T  *;��������� ;#���������*:*  -iwiBi^ipHS^Ia-.- ih'������ ���������; State ?;;y.'<o^;i5a*w������^  '.theVpso'gie ?:have;-. shownvi^_te^^^#?'  thai reclRmRtion Bro.Pctt."byii.??otin������iip'  bond their district in order to ? get  funds W carry the w^rk'ih^U^; ry  :'?;���������-K'pw,' thes'e.oES, ':-:we,^,t^'^.t^stoKy  Farmers' Institute in meeting ?a_������r*emr  ;bsfes;; do^r>apisctfiillyV'_ffldi''al^6niS7  .'���������'   *;    ^ ���������������������������:������������������ -.! <^ r- ,:v.^.",S^:-; ���������:���������.-���������.-.:. ���������- ��������� Jv.     Jiff-  ;������._,������_.������* Si  !^I^.iS;vS"4SI^'4^i^J<i<5^  .. }.   .5?  i;?:,;'s.'5,y.v:  ������������������'.*..���������: am;-.  ^ The^eiton ^c*k^g ?SchdM;jis'-i^r\  ^hedu^eW*'W;Bome^time      'iNbrul'"'  -v si.-- pi������.CC5 Sa������e iww������j   B"������B Wft1"  _.*/.������������������������>���������l.  Q.uest that the attention o|y the -l^f ;  ������sS*r of Agriculture, Minister o������ F"ab=  ne y worss and otnere wno wouxu  have to do with the reclwraation pro-**-  iect fcs -drawn to the., ^^j^,, acreage  of .fertile lands aforementioned, and  thi^t & duly qualifled engineer or  cornibission. be appointed to iaqtiire  into and' report on the feasibility  and best methods that could be a-  dopted v-loi. reclaiming, -.these...vsJaade,'' twe^nlacfia ,^}or,-#'W^!sdelSi..-^������o������l<sii^  _?.^_n      ���������*t*m*%'*~****-*m+-   ' siAMMm.       nA     ^MMWM4MrAi<l TMtafw* 7I" >U^I������^_-_i-S - -���������    ���������*_*_**_.-..       *-r__.������W,_n ���������'  ������>sk1w-H>w������      ���������' "   TrA-r.1? _S/T������ uh  aika ������ne' aaiu report be obtainea~at  the ej^iiest possible .date and>;^^ aa  when^ complete, it be issued, to tie;  ������������hllc to aoquaiat it .with, the.,jresnl^,',  and with a.. -view;.. ���������.- alsa of,^^ndttjE^3  private enterprise -to undertake -the  work if iihbwn i������ be practical.  :tn view of the new company��������� ^ao!?'.$#���������  inff -owtsed :'it- was votefr tb-^retfe-TE the  warehouse 'fund which ��������� was ��������� snbseribH"  ed domertizna Ago to', the ;mexnbbra  who had- coatritnitcd. ^The mernbere  Who:backed^ this scheme:/aBJi    .hscva/-  their ;.:jEnoney back bv> r������amng. UP<an  M^Kf\ Srpwn*... who. ,rej^n������i,i frpm-  '$fa!9$*<; ^he ?Talley is snppost^  the packing school this ;^ar^ betSgjj.  ���������ift^:..ev<ir b^rb.^y^e;;:;pre^nt.^lt  gives Crestcm-tispc^^  over.   >.; ���������"'.''.';?"-.���������: -^       ?���������-?. ��������� :I-.'.-���������'?"':���������'.-'*���������.  :���������;;. ������������������ ..-������������������i.- ;;������������������������������������;' -.;."-:' ������������������-. .:.���������-���������������������������������������������:.-���������.���������:'. .'���������'-. ;���������-';. :--:T\7-.- >.t..'\v?-"~vTys'-,���������':.wv  ���������     - -it ,i _ i-1       ii ���������     ii i.   i.������,'������..������ji'w..ii.^.|ii������f.|...yu.|jC^  .   .  iftwWri^jna^  ~ ���������.���������������������������'���������--.���������������������������-'������������������=.'-:..': - ���������;. .r,-.-'- ^:ffJt������fa_BS-������������S'i.5SS_SS,R'.'.y,..-..;': ���������V'?'*i*5.'''.-?S���������i'.'fc2=  i:; .. ^^JbntMu^irom-Fege^);.;;.?;  lo vafctend.; t5S-^rvn^������e  a.Gsoci6ted Boards of Tsads whlpn op������.as  ^fs". _?^*i__i'i^i*;i]_fe-ifi ���������'<  ^re^n.^a*is%_si^.^i_lili-^'fe l^vi-^i ^������^;>-.:;^SaawiK  ^!.������������_;'!.���������* p.:.������ft:*''������fj]^: i���������:;^y^.l'-^^?^i!*;BiKiiil0!ii;ai l:*-':^?-.-:!...^ n-rf'" ������������������ "-j'-i" -.'       ^?1_".:^-Lj;-.^"y:  -. ,?>:*--  'OV^r'Wigejei, of ''.-��������� .w^sndel1- s_>P^|fi:  a' sehbol 'at that place ana gt^������-  anteed a full^l^ijbutgj^^^ith^  .ties'ia iib^^M'^^^^^:^^SL  that the     large aiee of .the   CrestiMi  S^O|)l_v'^pJttl^  dsl i'^-kte'^onyilihe. eehednle. .^Shei^-.  cal managers of the school reserved  --***'   _&&*���������    '������������������������������������������     ���������*i������'i'X''-   * ������-*���������: ��������� "''���������ir-j4'-'������YA'*I'^'^i������'       ---;:-  itf'ia. ".SefbreHhe AeBooiat������^?lk)ard, one  aiaoitncv witi. the road between Sit-b_-9n7  ;WiiHd-*'<?!&.^^^  5vosufii ?>n^^we proposed rsclamation of the  Ijowiaicia'k-ti?;^ie ^alle^^^H"^'^:---" y,:  .  /->>uA.--D^JL*4 ���������������a������--m. eA ao.1   nVwitriUrt maAa  ���������. J7V������>a*P-.<a-y%iwsaiajw,j������.^f vy%"w^fstT.������gg������������^T ,.TK,' i*rr*������*!fr**t'T.?Tgft~'".  m^t^g to discuss Ibolo^Isase cruestios  wl^ch'-Is ^^jiaMte^  'coSiSaBiaei/;?f? ":-:'i-."j:,. '���������������������������: .-?'<;  ;f'_.''���������?': ,��������� ���������.,i - - 'FluanciaS-.-iepefft. -��������� ������������������. . ���������'.  ?   Seeretsjy bowler made; report of the  Snsncialcsmflitions-*o^*������he?Bee������d for  ihe.pastyeara..followa:-rr ., V.     -.  . ��������� Statement of -Expenditure from Dec  i'i_a6t6;ttJJan,:iOJf2r  .^nose   woo    nave taken     lentwt.vo  ia'ag'SMii.M'rfiijHprv ",L...X'B;i,*y,jji!g|.;jj-,-r,j.  ::-'-"?,;^'*Si|lwnife*:^^  kV',"iV,',v;i--;ivii<.SiS  ,'.i-.v'ss'mK8s?j_B  l.^'..:jrv..;:..^if!.^Tw������  !i;:?.;.;-*S?liM'  I?  In  KlflSSSSS---."..'  _nss_Bsss������#l:-:  ���������,?.^w������'������������������w*"?**^.'^* ;:;-:;  ^?,^,,,^^a^t';t'-^^';'y^  *stvc������'.>wirT,vfr..������^'yi;-;. -.  Ass^ Reap Doilare.  ���������"^I^i?;|Sy^|ig|  ,\:}>4iW4������p.~  ^^:'-!':fi;i���������ftS^!  i;?;sSr'?^pp:  .'i;-?.^'..'.w^;-;^-^j.  ^;,K|y|!||  ���������������SaSK8������  ."���������:.������������������''*'. v.; i/..Tv.'T;'&'!  ~liii  _.s������  "tu  '^l&f^l^*^    .���������'.''���������:-\-;-'.-:i;:.;Uanlw-*l;  - >*������> ^gi#B������'irii'*y ������������������������������������  ���������  ,r-;.??-������;- jrt-  .���������-.'������������������������������������������ - /:���������  'Head OSics  i-.j;.^:T.--vsrt;e^g|  . ','���������- V-:;-j;-jv*33\'S-  .--��������� ���������r-T.-r;..-.--:-->i'ipi~B  Si?;'s;  :..tl..*.B,/-  Or  V ������������������:.- >*."..  follows::,,,.     ^',.^:>.vi -v     ���������������,,-���������<���������  .?. J. 5f^deSry^*^i#������>s; ^$|Ken^e4?|.  I;   Subscriptions' .  |:   PKamphlots sold  ")'jBanqnBt!������/; .?:���������:  *-.7.   ATI  an_i Mrs. Ingram, I*. O. Payette,'Mrs.  DownSf SB. Askeus, O. H. Wynn, Ja������  $238.00  '���������'������������������vstte  -������-.,.. ;���������.-:  tls  C>*V������*. ���������.;:-;S:j:_i  T������T?  ���������������>-!  ;'. Debit Balance*    ?y:  ?   Sub. Assoc B. of Tde,  !...'?i4-.':r.!i:������a..^?.i-Vf--;-. -^.t 1  -\ .*  I   Banqyet y. ���������*?.,'  rft'WsVi^' -2ste*8iS./0ev^'<old������^  ��������� ������������������:..-.---r-. ���������t^.T-HmA-SS*!  ,-    25.00 J |  ?f';": j_2SLi50"  ifa-oa '::-r"'1-3&W=*=iii-.j������''-''���������'^���������"Iinri'���������:!������..���������-.���������������������?.I! '.TnYtnoon & Scniton fold acct      S1.25  w-?������i^-i.-������Vailc.'Show paidfdrap^;v ySniO  to .Sir Tbeji^?^v: >.  '?' -''.'' :-'-::':"1't!'';������L4S  ,.������i?-v������:5  moo  pSs������ af. -E^crstary^ftrsasut-i' ^������a. il^?.  ���������l_^^������vjsn������-g,y J������auary-/J9r.;'.,._.' ,-y^:f  ? c'P^^.nbxt.; r^guldr meeting ;C^^.4h������  wssgewp'^,Instit-it������,; ;wiH..&s',hel^;,^a,  ~ T-T-^' ���������:.-"*.-"...' '".������>.������' .IT-T^H.'.-'I-- ���������  -i':  '���������>'-?---- ���������:'. ^y:.,.;;,,;.: ���������'.-.���������������������������'.. v^pi...t.-i/v^r.'^  ; Fire destroyed the root cellar of dX  Lyons at Canyon City last week. An  ha Canyon City read nest ^"aiday ev������" | attempt w?������ pzi5S���������';i������sda.J������ayk^S^yih������'  ning. The event will be held under tke [spuds ^O^^r^gS^^^|*Sfg������^^.  auspices e������ the Ladies Ausiiiary^sf the jfog s^ tlie^arming lp1^roV������*V*l_re  iPxesbyterian.-ohnrcb?^aad any Bd^ssibu J ������5 ^q xj-iijj--  r^AAiiflr. rtrt.t^   .������..%>  T.������   AA.������A^   A?-,.-i-A^iU&a!'f'  i        * , .... ������'      ' - -.1-  a\9o.wa <iu vouw  n>u uo Cuaigcu w_,u pa*6-  I  i.-Jj ������������������...;. ! ^.v,'- .^i-T;'-.-".-'������������������.���������',  -5' .,--.���������-.,.-v-;;'.������%  ..-Tj,-rs_t.''  The -orege^^at^lieaMotfe^i^'5*^!   _  *���������������   " *��������� *  "I^" ' ~~   - >^__ I   Enumerator at Rlwy. Crossing 80.00  allowed, tcsctai; .vacaneies������as^i������H������Bw������-1 ������������������   ��������� ..: - __  ������--������.'.-i   ^___.^ :.'m^.  ������������������������������   1^^ -sff������w j   .Interest on Overdraft .     wo  ^^itt  IIB"  willlSl  Showing all the Vbiry Latest ;: ?  .. .j Fashions   |p   Xd_d.es' ���������?. HateV.'-. :?i'i.  *������������������ ������������������'-'Tri-n^i-igav- "Pfowers, .BibbwaB^^;  i  ..���������r:.-.-.-J-Y.^;-   i-..vV:^::?V���������?;, -.'?"f.- ��������� t...'-,;-.^^''  We have also a large stocK of  ..Children'?!; Rearing   Apparel,  for the'.FaU'-and Winter ssasama  f&ffttmt&'lrAY&rpX!*"-��������� -.%jtf-e-*;Vg^|?l'������^^a^:.-JS.jnw:; J.n;.-'V_'M.*^������?W  ��������� *:'f.'U.   ".;.ai'fT>=i^,..i>.^'"'7;'1  -.ut,i������j;������-i  'i*jei-'-  wtmmm  '- -; '':il>fii^������;-ii^f_s;.-S__?_SftK-i_t:.?  -Genttfolothea  *!���������*  >U<a<j__>n_^  'i^i-.^.-.-W??   .w  ll^j^^tl^W'-feBS^Ii^  ���������,.:.Jiw__r^. J-.- :.;_?_������������������/:..- i;'V:^:-.:.ll__-M laact^^^^^aj^^^^^SK^  -^P^An^s*^en^w^\'lriito':S^^  ? ������a^^^^S\h*fi^lS9_fif^S������i1!^^  :iff..:.-!|.-.������������'?9!  if.. I'  ^Pjcistiug etc  ite^. ^m^h:^f^-������^1^^^^  ;vV"   ��������� : ���������rj^S^tJj:"::sr"'?'- ,'--w- ��������� a..;J,'^ae_a-ncei;fwd::v-'--'^,-^?4-���������*���������*������.':.-W*^I6.oU*1 ���������^*?���������''^wSt^***i,??'i,'j."'���������:~T7^mf;'  *������������������'.. --'-:.-;.-"      .-'      ���������"������������������������������������:.   *���������������������,-��������� ,:���������_.. u..-������; ...-. '���������.:.;. ..??.���������������   ......; ''..;-������������������" ������   ^.,,.,-���������;;- - ���������fv-.:s^^^=*-.-?--t'*v5*-*';-' ���������-:-���������������:::;: -.>������������������������������������������������������.-���������������������������-.-���������;-.���������  I'^iev. lifF. Bl^B.\i;.:wii-^acir^ '.^oiv,; ^'   ismgSiif1.1 *C Ci**^ ^^���������������������������^^l^:  --f^^^^-i.**-'-'^ ���������*'&'���������������������������''���������^'������������������ii_������__^;iS*,I'" ���������-���������"*"���������:'��������� .-'���������"������������������ ���������'.r''*'.'-":V,- '''!;'fc|4sSl!_tdw-yt_u������*_^  cipante.   Refreshments will >^" served  and a general good tixno is expected.  i hThe������l, oE.^'s a������������?-M*������sGsaw?-ra'-  V; ���������; 'sae^c^ist 0hnr^^ilaBdi������^.;-^oM*ngja^ -  a'-l 'l"i*_���������J -     -   ���������_���������_-.'���������' :.   ���������_��������� ��������� ^i .-���������,jiS'"-^-U','.:Vii.-ji,'_..'.-.v.*."- Sssras? -sa f*.sS_S  ���������^MjB--<5������i^;;aos<r,ea--������i_0_s -ot;  s^ in ���������r**fe Ta'wnsito. Blk. 219 I������ot '������������������  s&.-^__rJ^^^i_4A'':-i'^^:^^il_?' '4i_i,'?r5iia"W--'.i  nttM-wv  Mrs. Fred|Taylor of Nolson has���������moved:  ,fcoCanyon-Osty. ' y  i-i*-'   *  S_-_f_E_Sfl?        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Ml 11 illmi il'ililli.il iSiVliliiiU'i.yit   ..Mil lll-llilllilillll  mum  *'*������.  .1  .*  **<** *% ill  ' *>'������-4a������:������  '���������VHi '  ^0&:   -V+- - -'- *' .rjl  l-Hn-amj  BfJ  SI  [SSww'wW.nwS  HHH|Ha| MS;  w  MJU>  IPMBSS1ED  iTW^fe^-Sg  mtU  BY  aa  !ve.  .A*U!TIT  svnii C  ii  R  ���������W^BD, L.G<3Kf 4. CQ.. L-IMITED  ';*;  (Conlnued.)..    .  PT"; CHAPTER TV.  ^ A Great Temptation  'As yet Fielden.1 did not wholly, tep.i^  Sze it. The thing was so utterly ua  expected, that, he- found it hard to  grasp Joe Raffle's meaning. He was  ceo .4?c������ventia! to -have much imagina?  tion- He had not thought It possible  that fortune could have devised a  method' of restoring his old property.  But after the first shock of discovery  It seemed feasible.; Similar things  had happened before, though, perhaps,  not on liijes .sue), as these.  And   now  iEhe   situation   of nearly  three years ago was coming back to  him.    He had a vivid recollection of  the  night  when  he first  stood  face  to 'face -with ruin, when he realized  ��������� that he had coitt*.to the end c.{ his  tether.    For Harry Fielden had not  ; Irifted into a mess which necessitat--.  . ?d *a!s leaving Engla&S -with his eyes  ' opeau ...He, had knawn : that;,   things  were getting desperate with him and  had' staked nearly  everything on    a  certain race, and his horse had lost.  "When-things came to be  settled up  there was just' enough to settle his  creditors in full.   He recalled how he  had sat down one night with pencil  and paner and had worked out  the  whole thing fairly and squarely.    He  had had friends to dinner that evening.   It was nearly daybreak when tho  last hand at cards had been played,  before FieMeh. found himself alone to  face the problem which he had been  dreading.'  "''" ���������-'-:"  -?How clearly < It all returned to him  now.. He had not felt, inclined to  sle������p, he had gone up to his own room  In the silent house, he had refreshed  himself With a bath and changed his  clothes, after which he came_down to  the dining room again. He had  thrown back the curtains and Opened  the windows to admit the sunshine or  s. perfect-day^ "Wb&t.-'s''glorious' day  It was on -srhich to stand fase t������ fee������  with ruin.  - But that was past and don������v ana  beyond" the hope of. remedy.   Fielden  was sick  at heart.    He was almost  afraid to face the consequences of his  tolly.    Bu������?%&~ had-done nothing-to  he ashamed oi.   Ke had not dls^raeeu  himself, and no friend hor tradesman  was the poorer    for his   -stupendous  rashness.    He simply    handed    over  everything to hfs family solicitors and  disappeared without /saying good-bye  lo a soul.   He did not know.then���������indeed, he  did not know even now���������  that there was a sum of money waiting at his banker's out of which his  various ������uib8crlptIon8 and raclner Ha-  bflities were bains paid, for it had never- occurred to him to withdraw the  various orders which he had given to  t-._ ������.---.i������������������  Thftreforo. he was comoaratlvelv In  the dark  as  to how.this marvellius  h.  ft  '*<���������-.  thing had come about. Obviously Joe  Raffle was speaking,the truth as to  the Blenheim colt, but the other part  of the buslne������s still remained a mys������  tery. Still, it must have been correct,  or Raffle would not have told* him.  And if he could believe his enre aright,  then he stood at that moment noi an  outcast and a pauper, but one of tha  most onvlod of men who had ever  sot foot.upon a racecourse. At the  lowest estimate he. was worth five  thousand pounds. He could sell his  Blenheim colt with all the engagements, for such a figure like that bo-  for<v thft dny'.vfln out. Ho ni!wht come  back to tho old house and restore  fiomo of Its glories. He might bave  enough to keep him comfortably, and.  above all. he could work himself into  a position to go to Sir George Haredale and ask for tho hand cf hia  daughter.  Tills was all very well from ono  j������0,lnt of'View vtjbut, there was another  filde.. I-IIn prosporlty would be Sir  .Oyor.Re's ruin; and thorp, was ,tho  moi^fcbllgatldri of it'^too.' Still, tho  torn ptai Ion was flazzilnK, almost too  groat to b������! resisted, and for a fow  moments Floldon was afraid to trust  hlmRelf to words.  "You   havo  donr>  vr>ry  wrong,. Ilfif-  1*10," lir* paid prf^ntly.  .Too Honitorieri IHh lioad contrlli-".".  "I know It. Hir," he admitted.    '"I  didn't   roalizo   how  wrong  I   hnd   tus  havod till I saw you ,come in the'stablo  yard,  and  ynu  could     have    IcnorU.-l  mn down wirh a fonthor.    Rut wiuit  clso could T do.   To.i had gor><> nv.v.y,  nnd I n������vor expected 'o at'.������ Yn i :��������� ������������������"li'i.  And l.hwu 1 liyard Uwii. you wf-ro dead.  T had to believe It, because the man  who  told   me   gave   mo  chapter   nnd  vorac  for It. am!  It  wan Jwt m  If T  had lost n child of my own.   And hero  I   wan   comfortably   nettled     hi     Sir  George's  employ,  having    fin    much  money aa 1 needed for my wants, and,  novor. so far as 1 know, a nlnKlo riv  latlon   Iu   tho world.    I  Raid   nothing  about tho colt, hocaiifle I hadn'l much  opinion of It at flrnt.    And thou I bo-  i*nn to get an fond of Minn May a������ 1  used to life or you. nir.    au idea i;u.me |  to rue  one  I-IrIU  v-lu-n   I  w;ia ������ituu*������  ov#������r  my  pipe���������b*enn������������*  yon  eoo,   no*  body ������������1������* know���������and that  wa������ that,  bar accldentii, I had n Dorhy winner  In the stable    And I did It all  for  Mine   May'a  uak*.    Thure    waH    no  chance of anybody  finding    It    out.  And. after  all,  T   was  doing nothing  wrong.    You ������������������������. In  the first place,  nobody  will  b������ a  p*������nny  tho  worn*.  And  nn  to Sir Goorgo and yourself,  tn������ro in iiu muDi/n  w������<> yaxi w,u; ">:!..:; t  make a lartte fortune.    Tt maken  no  difference to m<s, nt course; I am iong  past troviblliiR about that tiort of thing.  But now I Vriow that you are ������llv������\  It la another matter,    fttlll. Ih������ coll.**  .       . _    ������,..__������������    ������,������������������������    ,.,41-V.     ,,������<rf    It'"    '���������������������������������v  .'i.irmftMr of UMut^k that he don't happen to belong to Hir u������>oik������. ������������������hi������������!i������,  fllr Q*-fYKC IB evua.ntlng to */in a for  tune, and he l������ not the n������������n to $rit6tzn  yuu ������uJ.r fiUar..   You will hav������ to lf*U  what t have told you. sir, and it  Sir Geore-e wants any proofs, why 1  -h<\l! have thorn ready when the time  comes."  "Nobody knows anything of this?"  Field on asked.  "Not a soul, sir," Raffle said ecl-  emnlv. "Nobody even guesses it. And  tf you hadn't turned up. I should have  gone down to my grave with the secret unspoken. Because, as I said before, sir, there's no harm done, and  nobody any the worse. But, seeing  that you have come back, why, the  truth must be told."  "And what will Miss Haredale say?"  Fielden asked.  Raffle's face paled perceptibly.  "Ah, well, sir, thai; won't be very  pleasant. I'd do anything in the world  for Miss May, but she isn't you, and  that makes a .difference. Of course,  I know what yon would do if you had  your own way. You would just say  nothing about it and let Sir George  put the mousy in his pocket. You  wpuld rather starve than do anything  you didn't consider right. I can see  it in your face now, I can tell by your  eyes. * But it isn't going to be. sir.  You'll excuse me for speaking so  plainly, but I couldn't rest comfortably in my grave if I thought you were..  In want, when, by every right, you  ought toJbave a fortune in your pocket. It's no use you arguing, Mr.  Harry, if ygh don't tell the truth, I  shall,"  The old man's voice shook strange*  ly as he spoke. His lips were quivering, but there was an air of determination about him which there. was no  mistaking. And nobody knew better  than Fielden how obstinate Joe Raffle could be. There was nothing to  be gained by threats and' sternness  would be useless.  . ."I ani certain you have acted for  tho best," Fielden said soothingly.  "And, as you say. there Is nothing  wrong ia this little scheme of yours.  Why. you might have kept the colt  yourself and made a big fortune over  him. But, to wse a pet expression of  your own, my dear Joe, what you said  to me just now has knocked ree all of  a heap. I rrmt,t have time to think it  over. I should be sorry to spoil an interesting situation like: this by doing  anything rash. And, besides, there is  plenty of time between now and Derby meeting���������pretty well three months,  isn't it? Has the colt any other eu.-  gagsmeaits be.ore 'Kr.som'*"  "Only two," Raffle explained. "And  then he*!! be an eye-opener to some  people. Now don't you do auyihiiif.  foolish, sir. If you go tte r������_;!.r way  about it you've practically got that In  your pocket which is worth at least;  k hundred thousand pounds.**  *"0h,- ni do nothing rash," Fielfl.ect  laughed.    "You needn't be afraid of?  thai.   But I =ix-st hare tim^to thlnky  this matter over.   I shall, stay dowa  here & day or two. though* I had Intended to go baek to "London tomorrow.   I don't toind so much, now that  I find nobody Identifying me.    And;  there are several things at the housei  t ������-Bt to gather together.    I had nol  Idea the old furniture was left therei  1 suppose they didn't sell it because  they had-no instructions from me. and  enough was saved from the.wreck to  pay my creditors without !t.   Ill come  rouBd -Sii the  s-omis?, and  see yoe  again. Joe.    Tonight I believe I am  dining with Sir George.    And. if anybody asks you who I am, you had better say my name Is Field, It sounds  li'ka Flaldcn and !s easy to remember.  And. seeing that I am so changed, nobody will connect- me with the old  familv.   Now I miift be getting along."  In a thoughtful mood Fielden turned  towards the old house.    He was jrlad.  to find that no one recognized him,  for the knowledge was likely to make  his task all the easier.-   He had the  key of thei.hbu6pt, in his pocket.     The  mansion appeared.to have been left  exactly as. ^e last saw It.   There was  not even , a'" caretaker on the premises.   Tho estate around Heron's Dyke  had long passed into the possession  of strangers.   It presented a striking  contrast to  the    neglected    grounds  and grass-covered paths   which   surrounded the old mansion where, for  the last three    hundred    years    the  Flelden's  had  kept open  house and  dispensed  a  lavish  hospitality.    But  iiiOBe   duy������   were' jjuii������   lOi'evor,   luey  would never come back again, unless,  perhaps   "���������... ���������  "What a- chance," Fleldep muttered  to himself. "What a wdndeVful stroke  offfortuae! I don't see any honorable course, but silence.  4J R  AYCl^lErJUL  y Husbanea.  Mrs.   Delia  nels, whose  picture ac-'  corepanies  this\ testim.0*  nial and who  resides at 358  NyOond������ at.,  tins old man of one ~of the' finest  sportsmen and most fearless riders  in the country. Fielden had learnt  much m the light ot bitter, experience.  He knew great mental anxiety when  no saw it. and he needed no o_ict io  tell him thai he was face to faee~������vim  it now. But Sir George's welcome was  hearty. The ring in his voice and  pi essuve ot his hand left nolhtiiti  , lacking in the way of sincerity.  "Ah, my hoy, 1 am glad to" see you  again," he said. "1 don't thiuk you  really know hew glad I am to see  you. You are almost tlie only one of  tne old siock left .������Aeept ourselves.  One by one 'they have passed away  and or. the score tt houses where 1  used .to go as a boy there isn't sue  today which is not inhabited by hew  people: Most of them are sportsmen  of a sort,  but  they>-.haven't'' the old  VVS11,  perhaps I an.  Wt  oman s rotver  u-__._-._^     Ym-3  writes The  Pernna   Got,  as follows:  "Btgh  ties of Pen-ma'  completely  cured me of  systemic ea-^  tarrh of  era!    years  stand ing, and  ii   my   husband   feels  badly or either of us catch cold We at  one������ take Per una."      t  ' " St*____*C*_. *i_?_T*|l*I*b  Sirs. "Wilson Rcb.usca, 'TOiKesala St.������  _?ol������do, Ohio* writes.  ������*I feel like a new person. I havo  no more heavy feelings, no more pain,  don't belch up gas, c_r_: ssS ssost st^yn  thlog -without it hurting me. X want  to be working all th* time. X ha?9  gained t^renty-tour pounds.  "Poopio that see me now and ������*&  me two months ago Beem astonished.  I tell thera Penm& did it, I -will say  it is th������ only remedy for spring ana  col other ailments.'*  CHAPTER  V.  The Shadow of Doubt    -  . There were many things In the place  ���������which' Fielden had forgotten.���������..., Ho.ro  wcro  ho\-c8 of cigars, and  clgarettoB  spoilt and mouldy, books In the Ibfiaffy  are the  Two Great Creators |  of Energy  Energy means power-  power to work, to think,  :..    s'. ,.^-_,.   ^/l.    ���������,_������J   ���������!-,������...*.  off- diaease.  Get ttU, the sunshine  you can, and take  Scott's Emulsion  lefljuWly. It will give  you mtrenffth. flesh and  vitality*  Bm tmm r������ g*������ MCOTITS���������  it'* ttkm 'Stvndm-ni mid dizuya  th# _***-.  **BS*  11-19  KOI  W, W, U. No.  wmmmmmm*������wmmmmmmmmi  880  calling aloud for ajire to dry them.  Fielden had learnt much in the hard  school of adversity, and-he'began to  realize that he had about chin-:; the  means to secure a eon������*derable sum  of money. Despite the dust and gloom  o-r������������< sir of docsy* the library wss m-  tact. Fielden was Surprised at this,  for he had frequently heard hia -father^  say that the books were valuable. Perhaps it occurretl to nobody to look for  rare books in the house of-a mas who  gave himself over entirely to sport,  hut here they wsr? and poa^nly--'a little later they might appear to; advantage Ih a London auctlon-roonai, Fielden was not so sssgnin������ ss Ijo onco had  been, but in a modest computation he  thought they would fetct* at Jeast a  t._Jl������_ru.o������������x-.vi,   <|^vr-_u__.^*t->*  -..���������--...- #. ���������  He went up to his bed room and  began idly turaing out the drawers.  At any rate he would be able, to cut a  presentable appearance at Haredale  Park. He might venture in the openj  too, for it was nearly dark. The lights  of Haredale gleamed hospitably as he  walked up the i drivel     :   V --  He had no formal invitation, nothing save May Haredale's suggestion,  but he knew Sir George.well .enough  to be sure of his reception. It was  barely possible the family had not returned, for otherwise there would not  have been so many lights about.  It all looked strangely familiar;as  the butler opened the door and asked  his name. Fielden knew the butler's  face-well, but it was plain the latter  did not recognize him. Yes, Sir  George and May Haredale were at  home. They had arrived from London late In the afternoon, hut, so,far  as the butler knew, did not expect any  guest. Still, so many people came and  wont to that hospitable house that the  advent of a stranger bauncd no surprise in the butler's mind.  "If you wll 31 ve mo your natuu, sir,"  ho buggested.     , >  "Oh. tell Miss JIaredale that \ Mr.  Field ia^here. *phe expects me,;' .be-  caii8e���������-" l     '��������� %     V.., v,  Fielden broke off suddenly, tor May  Haredale came across the hall at that  moment.   She smiled a welcome and  'held out her hand.   Sho dismissed the  butler,   after   giving  Instructions  to  him to take tho visitor's bag upslalr������>;  "I. was almost afraid you wouldn't'  corpV'' ������ht? sold.   "T feared.you would,  be   too  proud  or  something  equally^  absurd."  ��������� '.fl-plead guilty," Harry Floldon  smiled. "Really I don't think I should  have had.,courage'���������.to', enrno, ��������� only ,1  found that not a soul knew mo only  .Too Raff'o. I havo passod a score of  people today whom I know Intimately.  But It Is just ns well, May. Why, ovon  Mason, your butler, looked nt mo as  If I wero a perfect strangor."  "But I rocogni/nd you,"  May said  quietly.  "Ah, you recognized mo, and I wan  glad of that. I don't, think 1 can toll  you how t;lnd T wan about flint. When  wp mot In London I felt for tho first  timo for moro than two yoarw that I  was not alono in the world. It makoB  ono hard and bitter to bo always  amongst, strangers who euro nothing  for ono, to fool that. If ono dropped  doad In tho otroot no ono would fool  ovon a pang of roRioti But I ought  not to ho talking llko Tthls, Thoro Is  one t.ninK i um kouik ib auk you iuiu  Sir George, and Una lu. to keep ujy  Identity a noerot. Tt In ponwlhln 1 may  bo noro a good deal on and off, and  that is why I am going to drop!, tho  last two lettern of my namo and call  mysolf Field."  It wae with mlxod foollnga that  Fielden utood by hln dronflinfrtahlft.  ndjuntlng hie black evening tlo an  hour later. Hln Hurrounclliigw w������������o  bringing back his boyhood's anmoola*  tloiu; vividly, every obj������w, wn������ prww-1  Ing familiar. It wae jiiBt the eamia  whep he cfiio*������ down lo tlm drawing,  room aud found Sir George waiting  htm.  Hero wa# a change, at any rntf,  T������1r^������^ ftround him dally mlnrht not  have ������*en any dltferenco, but to Fioiu-  tin bir tijuMi^u ������"������MvI fik'ov.'i-v ������������!v* iv.".'  bent. Thoro wa������ HnOH of r.nirn about  hi* eye* and hi* manner wan plainly  Ufirvoiia,   Therm w*������ nn HUirtt<*Hi.lm_ IU"  foeling for i.t  bit old-fashioned. And how you havo  changed! I give you .my word for it.  I should not have known you from  Adam. Arid yet ll seems only the  other cay since you came Isto oae of  the finest properties and proceeded to  get rid of it after the inantiijr of your  kind. How we missed yonF But, it is  no 'use crying over .'split milk, I honed  at one time that you and May^-God  bless mo, what am?T-talking"about!  May tolla me that you don't want to  be known'by yovir owii name, and that  wo are to speak of you as Mr. Field.  Perhaps it la ratural. Now you are  here, you had better stay a few days,  and VII see if I can find something for  you to do. ,? A friend of mine lives  close by.. Mr. - Raymond Copley. He  Is now since your day, is very rich,  has a fancy to keep a stable and. is  looUlng for someone hs can rely,'upon  to take the entire management^ He  bus had -one-.or two men who have  robbed him. I am sure I can.', recom-  niend you: with all your folly and extravagance you never forgot what is  ilue to your nsnle,,,,'  "Vou are very good, sir," Fielden  inswered. "The pofc*- ^you speak of  would be a; perfect noon to the. Besides it is the only thing I am capable  of doing propovlyi ;������But who is -this  Mr. Copley, and where did he make  his money?" ' "'"'."-."."'.  "South Africa, I bOlleve. -He Is one  of the new- type. of millionaire, with a  taste for sport, not exactly what you  would call agentlenctan! but I believe  him. to be a thoroughly good fellow.  I don't mind telling you, between ourselves, that".?aid Under- obligations to  woll  "i  should have pulled through if it hadn't  been fo^ Copley. He has. been very  generous, and I only wish May could  have been more cordial towards him.  I can't think? why sbe doesn't like the  man.   it?wouId..be a-splendid iBitig for  her But there,-1 am rambling."  i^ieluen turiisd'his face a^"8iiii* He  was feeling a strange pain    at - his  Uver Man~  Woman's  most   glorious  endowment is the power  to awaken and hold the pure and honest love of a  worthy mas.    'When she loses it and st'l? loves on,  no one in tho wide world can know the heart ageny  tine endures.    Tho woman *������ho suffers from weak*  sess   and  derangement of  her- system, soon loses  her personal magaetism.    Her general health suffers  and she loses   her   good  looks, her amiability and  wo������net������1y oh-rn������.    Dr, R, V, Pieres* of "Ri'SVUi} N, V.. with   the  sstsstenco  o( his staff of able physicians, has  prescribed for and cured many thousands  of women.    He  has devised a successful remedy tor woman's   aiSments.    It  is known as Dr. Pierce's. Favorite Prescription.    It is o positive specific for  the' weaknesses  and  disorders   peculiar  to   women..   It;, purines, re^uia.ss,  strengthens and heais.    Medicine dealers seii it.    No; honest dealer will advise,  you to accept a substitute in order to snake a little larger profit.  IT S������A_S������:S ^-SAlS^OlSSk STRONG,  ��������� ?: <   ���������  -ssek;w6HE^  Dr. Plena's FUasaai PvllsUi rssulsis a&d sirvsgihsa SioiB*e!i, Liver asa Boweis.  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Beyond all  doubt, Sir. George Haredale was under great obligations to ^his newcomer and was warning Fielue&'tha.t:there  must be no more nonsense/between  May and himself.' He was telling the  latter precisely what-his plans for his  daughter were.  y^ And yet there was nothing In lt that'  *ieideh. couid resent. Ke had had his  opportunity and deliberately' lost it.  It was only dunhg'"'the last twenty-  four hours that he^ realized' what his  feelings towards May were. If he had"-  not been a fool, he would be'rich and  prosperous at this momant with May  ''for;'hiB"ywife.; "y:??.'-;.^;^':  >"��������� ^.',.'_    -::...\'���������: _...  -.^. ._ _:':.'*������ ��������� ���������._^  _t4.v* 1,|M  iut) OLitiuge at3u������a.Liuii vao  ������������t>.u x..n:  all through dinner. He tried in^.vain  to shake-it offJ: J(t was ftof-a cheerful  meal, for every; now and then Sir  George lapsed into moody silence, and  May's gaiety was fitful; The evening  dragge-1 on till ten o'clock beiore Sir  George came into the drawing-room  With slightlyv-flushed face, and eyes  that, were tod bright; May looked  anxiously at her-father. So here,  Fielden thought, was another skeleton in the closet. The discovery was  a fresh stab to hl_n. His c������n selfishness and folly were a it-.proorh. It  was a relief when the hall dior bell  clanged and the butler announced that  Mr. Copley had arrived and wiehed to  speak to Sir George. ..  "Ask hira in here," Sir George said  Awarded first prise at World's Ex������  position on its work and methods.  "Write for a freo catalogue. Wo  also give instruction by mall.  unsteaauy.  Fielden elanced at May.  He could  see that her face-changed slightly and  her eyes Town h_ird ^_td cold.   ThGX=  : the door opened and Copley came in,  big and self-important, with the   air  of a man entirely home.   There was  something in  his  appearance  which  jarred upon Fielden, something that  aroused a pang beyond mere jealousy.  I-As- Oopley bent aver May Haredale'1?  hand and murmured something which  ��������� he intended for a compliment, Fielden started back for a moment.  "This is my young friend. Mr. Harry  Field," Sir George said.?' "Harry, let  me introd-tse ��������� you to' Mr= .Copley.' I  think I have found the very man you.  want for your stables, Copley. . Ke  is the son ot. an-old pal of .mine and  has all the game at his finger-tips."  Copley threw a half-contemptuous  glance at Fielden, and did hot hold  out his handi for which the latter felt  grateful-.' * ���������  . Excuse me a moment,", Fielden  said. "I hayo , forgotten something.  I'll be" back presently."  With his head in a whirl Fielden  walked into the library. He was fighting hard for the mastery of himself.  "Good God!" he muttered, "so it's  that blackguard! What a blessing he  doesn't know me by sight! Raymond  Copley, aiid May Haredale! Not If It  costs she my life! "  (To be Continued >  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 renatva  a profit of 200 to 300 p.c.    Wo hav*  agents earning f 5.00 to 110.00 per day   >  the year round.    Be an .agent. Send /  at once for our special agents prlc������ -  list    Don't overlook this chance.    St  scans d_liars to you.   Write at q-_C���������w  THE >. E.KARN CO,s LIMITED,  Ganada'e   Greatest   Cut   Rata   Dru$  .    House, Toronto, Ont.  Little Tornmy'a Error.  Mrs.  De  Venpf-���������-Tommy,  do  ^?ant soss aloe plusn jam?  Tommy���������Ye^,  mother.  "I was going to give you soma to>'  put on your bread, hut I've lost the-  key of the pantry."  "You don't need the key, mother; ������  can reach down through the window  and open the door front th������ insida."  "That's what I wanted to know.  Now just wait until your father comes-  home."���������Ideas.  ?o\*  And Bigger Meals  In Germany the election issues are  bigger armies, a bigger navy, and' bigger meals.   The latter is the Socialist  idea.  A Yankee'...suffering''from teothach������  wen|; to the-dentist to have iiie aching teeth out. .The dentist pulled out  a decayed tooth, and was then askeds  to pull .the double one next to it.  "But that's a sound tooth," said the-  dentist. "The pain is only sympathetic."  "Yank it out. doctor. Hang sucb>  sympathy," replied the Yankee;  Some time ago there waB a iarge.  sale at Derby, and a set of six prints...  realized six shillings.    One of thern?  was of "Lawrence's "Miss Farren," an������;;  it was sent by the purchaser to Chris^;? ,  tie's and sold recently for 150 guineas. /I  This is a higher price than 1-awrenc*?  received fromJLcrd Derby for the or-?  iginal picture, which was    long    at ?  Knowsley; but a few years ago it wae  sold to Pierpont Morgan. ���������  When a man buys'a nevf hat, he  wants one somewhat like the one he  had beforo���������but It's different with ���������  woman.  ���������n-i-_t-m-r  ,1  I \ I!  1 L S-^W  .V4_w_^.������i  atzizS  ���������^^S^^mmmMmwMmimmm^m^^^&m  CoHscr������.ci  Sidewalks are Safe, Sigbtty  and-.  UMBER used in damp places and on  wet ground���������as, for instance, in walks  -ha* a vfery short life.    It require*  almost constant repairing and, in a  few years, needs replacing.  Concrete, on the other hand, improves  with are, and the very dampness which destroys lumber calh out the br-.t qualities of  the cement by making U harder and harder  ���������until neither time nor  traffic can affect it.  The be_t of wooden  walks keep getting:  out of repair, and ar������  a continual menace to  life _nd limb. They  ?.r-s h1!t> p. fr*������n*nt  ���������ource .of expensive  doctor ,-il!i *nd te*^*,.  time. Then agairi,  they are likely to cat  ���������in.    ���������!<*  Vtrirr<n������l    rntt  iu rcpnii* before they arc replaced.  Concrete walka are sightly, cverlaeting  and safe. They cost less to build and need  no repairing nor painting  Write for our frte book, "What th*  Farmer Con D* With Concrete''  It tells in plain,  simple language, how  you ci.n������������������ve money on ������arm construction  hy   usinp;  eminent   tor   Ban..,   D_.ii id.  Foundations, Fence Posts., ;J'rough������������  Feeding   Floors,   Hitching   Poati,  Stalls, Silos, Stairs, and so forth,  The Book is welt  illustrated  with phot������_:r*phii, olano and  diagrams.     Fill   out   the  coupon ������r send a postal'  to-day.  Simply address it t<������  tattssu Cemcni ���������o.  ILli-iU.i  ���������\4k n������h_������_i ���������������--_  BwIMInm  %m������%w$mmmBBmffiBmM&smm\  n t4tow>^<.fti,i!4M*j*! i  ijjiiii'wfe.^y^;Mj>i*!|'!i������wt������������^wi  mmmmitymmm*  mmvnxsssii ������ -v-y   ������_i������-wJ���������  B  THE   CRESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON, ^B. C.  <   _KX_-*_r__-MUa_-l  jt   .- . - -    .-__"a           Vim LET THAT G.USH  III  'S!  Yon probably knpw all too well  -tow it goes'. Just as you doze, off, the  ���������ticklii-������������ starts in *>Oiir th**?**. -A. ������rentle  lough, still asleep? ' A harder eoug-i, aud  then another. First-thing you .know,  ���������you're wide awake;, coughing your head  ._5.   ���������  ~A. few nights ef that and you're so  .worn out and weakened that the cough  fakes a tigh- grip on you.  But why endure it r  Na-Dru-Co Syrup of Unseed, Lieor-  tee and Chiorodyne will soothe tnat  ���������sasperatiag tickhng. loosen the phiegni  ._nd cure the inflammation cf the mucous j  Shocked Superintendent  He entered the superintendent's office in a kind of bashful, weil-i-got-  nO-business-here-sort, of manner and  quietly asked the busy man if the superintendent was, in.       ; - ,  "Ke.ls." replied that,official without raising his eyes from the desk���������  "whfit do you want*?*'  "One of your trainB killed my dog  a few days ago and I thought 1 would  stop In and " . >���������    ���������  "Well, he had ho business on our  tracks; you should have kept him  tied." ->  "Yes. I know," meekly responded  the caller, "but I didn't, and-he got  on the track and waB kiiied, and 11  thought  >"OU   Ought   to'   '"���������  "But we won't!    We don't pay "or  ������-ssnbrane.   It not only stops the cough I dogs Jellied on thte road; ^  quickly, aiiowing you to get sound, re- -     "������*������������������   --���������-- *���������-!���������--  freshing sleeo, but it goes to th������ -oot of  the tfrmble and drives out the cold com-  eletelv.   Children willingly take Na-  bru-Co Syrup of Linseed,--*icorice and  Chiorodyne, because it tastes so good.  Vour Druggist has it or can quicklyjet  it for you in ssc, and goc. Potties,    ine  N������Hn������al   D+u������   St,  Chemical  Co.    of  M5  ���������vanaaa, uoiuea.    ...a������������  "I'd been  wuo   saia   any.nmg  replied the ex-dog owner,  trying for a month to get someone i-o  drown  that measlv cur. and ae the  railroad has killed  him    fo" vr^     T  thought you ought to be paid for tho  lob.    Here's  $2" '.  ' }  MM--������������  -"      Eneors  One  day  MarK  Twain  was  being  ������haved by a very talkative barber and  was forced to listen tc many of his  BUC.WJ  The barber had'to strop his razor.  and   when   be..-was  ready,   brush  in  iband, to commence again,-he asked:  "Shall I go over it again?".    '  "No,.thanks'" drawled Mark.     "It's  ���������oaruiy necessary.    I think I can  .������-  ���������member every word."  ��������� r" T? many vcai  SjjSS prescribed  ���������mere is more Catarra tn ������nis ������ectlon of the otromu  :fhnn pM *>f^>*^ rii'wyv*.- f>*it ffl'jethet, _s_ mstll the las*  few yesro was supposed to be ulcurable. For a gr&v  s doctors pronounced It a local disease end  local remedies, &n<\ by constantly falling  50 cure witti local treatment, pronounced H Incurable.  Bclenco baa proven Catarrh to be a constitutions! dla-  E&se, and t&eretOFd f-cQulrrd couBtltutlooai ticawucnt.  Hail's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by '#. J. Clteney  Afia.. Toledo, Ohio. Is the only Constitutional cure on  the market. It 1* taken Internally In doses from 10  drops fa* s gesspconful. It acts directly en tbc bloea  sad mucous suWaeee o! the system. The? oSei one  hundred dollars g>r any cass It Calls to cure. Sena  jot circulars and testimonials.  Address:  F. J. CHENr.Y & CO.. Toledo. Onto.  Sold by Prufttfsts. 78c. /.  , jX_k_ Hall's Family Pill* for coiisilpattoo-  The Spectrfe of" the r.-rictabe:  It has been discovered by various  medical men that birds are dangerous  carrier of diseasa: that "even the  fluttering ot a canary in its cage' may  throw out infection," and that���������as 'for  the companionable, impudent" parrot  he frequently suffers from something  called psittacose, whicb may. bettrans  mitted to his unsuspecting owner.  This (says the Academy), ia really  about the last straw; 'ife isT growing  too complicated for ' the ��������� average un  learned human being. The unfriendly  germ, the vindictive animalcule, the  blustering bacillus, hide in your books,  browse on your carpets, hold swimming races in the-water we drill*,  they seat themselves by our 'side In  the trala, invade the very clothes- we  wear, and penetrate to the inhen.iosi  portions of our anatomy by means of  the atmosphere which we shall very  soon be cautioned not to breathe.  1     A Highlander fell into    the    river  .rant*., being able to swim, Sad a fearful  struggle before kicking himself ashore.  ? Said the minister to* him afterwards,  ' "Oh yes." retorted Donald. "Providence was goody but Donald was very  clever too!"  Even the TSsh  Henry Wallace, the Des Mpines  president of the National Conservation  Congress, wgg talking to 'a reporter  about   scientific   farming-  "We    don't    farm      scientifically  enough," he  said.    "Many, a barren  tract could be made by scientific me- j  .hods  to blossom  like the rose  JB   ��������� _P  The Liver, Kidneys and Bowels Must  Be Kept Active to Ensure  Health,  Not So Fortunate.'  'Twas at the skating rink, and the  know s^ "farmer ^ThosG'land' ia'today a i yot*ng  man  was    b������t    a    beginner,  miracle of fertility, thanks to science.   Wherefore he lost his balance"  riiACR'Q  LIVER PILLS  _r.   =si^S_IC'*''  fAliJVimml  Not one person in a hundred can  get along at this time of year without  using something to enliven the action  of the liver.- kidneys and bowels.  Too much eating of heavy artificial  foods, too little outdoor exercise, ���������this  (s the explanation.  'The* liver and kidneys are overworked in their efforts to.remove the  poisonous waste matter from the system.- They .rail, and become torpid  and clogged. The bowfeis become con-  stipatedfand stomach derangements  fdllow.  There is one medicine. which    will  ���������overcome this condition more certainly and more quickly than any other,  ^and this is Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  ���������  Pills.  This medicine gets tho bowels    in  action at once, and by awakening the  liver and  kidneys ensures the  thorough, cleansing of the filtering    and  ���������excretory systems. '.���������.-  With, the poisonous obstructions removed, the digestive system; resumes  Its healthful condition, appetite ' Improves, pains and aches disappear as  well as irritability and depression.  You cannot Imagine a more 'satis-  'factory treatment for biliousness; constipation, backache and kidney disease than Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Tills. One pill a dose, 25 cents a box,  tit all dealers or Edmanson, Bates &  "Co., Toronto.  and   yet   before   he  adopted  modern  methods this* farmer would have given,  his farm away.   >  "To  Mm. in the old days, a city  man once said: >    ,  "'Why is it that, nobody fishes that  river that runs through ydur place?'  ���������' 'Ain't no fish;* the farmer 'grunted.  " 'Why are there no fish in such a  fine, large river?' said the city* man.  , " 'Stranger.' the farmer ansxvered,  'if you could get out o' this thin s'ledl  and barren country as easy as a fish  can do do ye reckon ye'ct stay?'"  To Color Meercbaiim  In Germany where meerchaum pipes  are more largely used than anywhere  else, the following method is -in use  for preparing them for coloring. The  bowl is soaked first in tallow and then  in wax. This is absorbed and a thin  coating of wax is held on the surface  of the pipe and is made to'take a /high  polish. Under the was is retained the  oil of the tobacco sm6ked. To color  a meerchaum pipe properly it should  He made a wild effort to grab anything in the way for support. <And, as  it happened, the'nearest thing was a  fashionably-dressed lady, .also ' on  skates. lahe promptly turned on hiin:  , "Yon contemptible cur!" she shrieked.. "Bo you think J am a lamp-post  or a piece of furniture, or what? You  ought not to be allowed in hero, you  clumsy lout! What right have you to  tear other people's clothes to rags,  and claw them in that mad way?  you are not fit���������"  But the young man had now recovered his composure,        - -  '   ;  "Pardon .me, madam," he remarked,  "but haven't you"made a mistake?"  "A mistake?" gasped the lady,  "What do you mean?" k   -  "Simpiy this, madam,'" came tha  calm retort. MX am not your- husband r"  ;<;y ?'A;'A Slight Jar  Motormaniac���������What do you think is  the most difficult thing, for. a beginner to learn about an automobile?"  Frankenstein.���������"To keep from talking about it all the time."  _>-W*.  I j.  ������I������_4.        ���������_J  UX3      OIUWUCU       * V>. J  before a second bowlful is lighted the  pipe should be allowed.to cool off.  This is to keep wax as far up on the'  bowl as possible, driving the wax off  and leaving the bowl dry and raw. A  new pipe should never be smoked outdoors in extremely cold weather!   yj  y     Read It Differently   (^    ?  A man was charged with stealing  a sheep belonging to Sir .Garnet Pitz-  -Maurlce. "."���������'-  \ "1 found the poor creature"'Btrayin*  on' the foadV ���������my>'-lo'rd,i7'an!. was just  drivin' it home," pleaded the accused.  "Can yon read?", asked his lordship.  . "A little me lord."        ' y  "  "YOU  Could  Hot  hs.w<? b6<?n  Ijrnry'vnt  then-"uiaVthe sheep belonged to your  landlord. Sir Garnet FItz-Maurlce. as  his brand ;'Q.F{'^J., was on the animal."  "True for ye. me lord:, but sure. I  thought the letters meant 'Go^d Fat  Mutton.'".  A Safe .Pill for Suffering Women.���������  The;'secluded life-of women which  pfermits,of little healthful exercise is  a fruitful cause of derangements of  The -.stomach; and liver and is accountable-f<?r, the? pains and - lassitude that  so many of them experience. Parme-  lee's Vegetable Pilla will correct irregularities of the-digestive organs and  restore health and vigor. The most  delicate woman can use them with  safety, because their action, while  effective, is mild and soothing..  To do our duty In life, lt must ever  be done with the aid of all that is  highest In our soul, highest In th-j  truth that is ours.  A man who had bis arms shot off in  the .Boer War recently applied for a  Job at a place  where a notice  had'  been fixed in *hs door with" the words  ."No Hands Wanted" inscribed upon lt.-  He saw the foreman who asked him  if he had seen the notice.  ���������, "Yes," replied the Boidier. -I-.couid^  not obtain a Job anywhere else be<  cause I had.no hands, and so I thought-.  I.would be just the right man for this"  one.":? ������������������:-.;���������:��������� ;��������� -.'..-,-,..:..:..-���������?...V, ���������     <>&$  ������&  1  Slickly atops couiiha, care* colds; faealai  ��������� Ibroat _-.il. Iun_s)'  25 cem������;  "My time," said the multibillionalre,  "is worth $100 a minute."  "Well." answered the friend causal-  lv. "let's ko out this afternoon and  p'lay $10,0<fd 6r $16,000 worth of gblf j'  -WSB  I m *������fi' #_f������es_f ������Si  tgy ygf  mm* v������        <__" m*       *-_> "S        eu  ' Cholly. (handling his friend's revolver gingerly)���������"- suppose-now If this  should go off While I'm holding it ilka  this It would blow my brains out?"  His Friend.���������-"No, it wouldn't do  that, but it would bore a hole clean  through your head."  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That   is  LAXATIVE   BROMCV  QUININE.  Look for the signature of E ��������� W. GROVE.  Usfcu  -h_- World over to Cure a Cold is.  0������">   _>������������>,    .'������������������9Rf  '^What made that prima donna demand your dlflcharge?"  ���������fl,wrote ao article," replied the  pressman^'sayipg >.hat bite sings like  jth ang^"J. She said she'saw no reason- for complimentary - reference ��������� to  anybody-e singing except her own."  ' Mlnard'n   Liniment  Curea   Distemper.  "-" r" '��������� *   When a man writes hie name on i  ���������hotel register, he can read It, easily;  .but he can't help marvelling at    the  poor   wrltors   who     have,  registered  '.head of him.-rAtchlnon Globe.  Irish  Lord Londonderry tolls n tale,,'whlch  < cbnveys Its own moral, about an Irishman   In  bin  employ.    'Twas  on, the  everlasting    subject      of.      iroland's  wrdrigs."   , -.-.,.  "We'll nrit get Home Rule for;.0'u'Jd  '<Mrin.nd,"  rtnld tiio^ non  of ��������� Rr|n,'. "till  '' Ooftnuny, Fran.cu, nuasin'iind 'America can give thorn blayguard. .if;>.^B-,y.  ,'liar\men a i?ood bating."  And after a pause he added proudly:  "And honor; t' wholo   lot     -of?, 'omi  - nhoved together, couldn't _o it! v   Oh,  ���������It's the grand nnvy we've gotI"  ���������    niialjlfiRR  A train to Arizona was boarded .by  robbers, who went through the pockets  of the luckless passengers. Oho of  them happened to be a travelling salesman from New York,'who, when his  turn came, fished out $200,'but rap-  Idly tooU $4 from the pile and placed  It In hie vest pocket.  "What do you mean by.that?" aBked  tho robber as he toyed with his revolver. ���������'Hurriedly'.camo tho answer: "My  Trent, you surely vould not refuse mo  two per vient discount on a strictly  cash* 'transaction Ukowthis?"        ���������  ..Corns and warts di8ar,-'";<r. when  treated with Hollowayls , ���������������������������������.. Cure  without leaving a scar. ���������  /"tiiter, afik the orchestra,, to play  ������thlnc different:" ' '  "W  B01Y1**<  "Any v particular selection, sir?'A; "  "Something sloW.Or. ..I-j.can't eat my  food properly to waltz time." >  1  s  TO THE PERSONS COUr^Tir.������ THE DdTS 5f������  THIS HAND,an������3 many cthc? prizes according to the  Simple G_m_!.t.Q..s ������fths Csntsst(whist.*?.:S bs ssst).  This is a chance for clever persons to WIN CASH and other  PRIZES with a little e5ort. COUNT THE BOTSJN TKS SAND  sad ������-.lie the uuu.be. that you count on a sheet oi paper or post  ^xd, and maU to us and we will let yon know at once if you are a  wiaaer. AN EXTRA FRIZ'S of $10.00 will be sp;ven for tho  neatest correct count.  'VassraTjdw  .'4  i'f-'il  DOfWilNiON ^Rf_:fv.IUf.1 CO.,  214 St. Jafflss' Sftre������t������  -   Montreal, P;Q-  Whydoesn't she'take  Theystopaheadaohe promptly, yot-do not contwin any of I  the dangerous drugs common In headache 2ablets. Ask your 5 ���������  Druggist about them.    25c. a. box. " |  NATIONAI, ORUQ AND CHEMICAL Co. OP CANADA.   LlMITKO:  1-2���������    I  ���������*  \ ���������+*  .The clock was striking five a.m. as  Clubbsoh entered the house.  .. "This Is a fino timo for a man of  ypu'r. .'age'to be coming home," said  Mrs. Clubbson. "What on earth has  kept you out .until this, time of the  morning?" '''"'''       ."."'".'-   "���������������������������.-,.���������  ,,*:Why, my love.'-'saia Clubbson, taki  ing off hisi watch and    putting    hitj  shoe finder the piiiow, ",*i. taought rd  try, to do my    ChrlBtmas    shopping;  early, but none of the'shops are o'pe^;  yet."       ��������� ' "'     '-::    ���������"- ,-'���������       ���������' -   ?"��������� -'    ��������� -yf  ��������� . .t! : '������������������7~-     s-   .'������������������  ' '   ���������'��������� V.<  In.smaJI. soul- the milk of human  idejased.v. *r������'.  k^ridneas Ib' heceBsarlly condensed.  'jm^SSS^tSSmpi  ���������_������,SiTli  .   t-:''|Fvil ' Wmt Ih ���������Zm' ���������  nn  ^yy  ,W. N. U. No. BB0  A 'public-house ih ascertain dlstrlc'.  displays In ono of> its windows thi,  notice:~~ -;-"     ���������'������������������'���������    ,  "Football .results recoived hero."  .Into thlp havon one Saturday ove i-  l^'fi'ta^'mftW-eiptor;bd-Bupporting a young  man; .wIiohc ,ftgi|r������.\.(.ewtlflod, to tho fuc.  he had boon engaged In ;aome deadly  encounter. ;���������  "Yc������ rocolvo futba' roeultB hero, l  boo," ������ald tho forihbr.     ,  "Yob, wc do," replied tho barman.  "Woll, liere'B one frao' tho football  Imatch; ye m,lBht,koon him till ho  |cornea to IiIbboII"  Not PlSyln'o the, Game  Lady Friend.���������Hullo.   Laura,   been  playing at caddylng tor duddy'f  Laura (who hao walked round with  daddy before)'--Yob, l did my pnrt all  right,   but   doddy  didn't.    Ho  novor  damned mo onco!  Quite a Game  "I havo found oomothlng to live for,  something to fill my life, uomoUilng  tp ' pf.-nT������v  nvnry   wnklmr  mnmnnt,"  .  4'Yoh, '( Icoow^pHdko l������ " fftHclnat'  iuR Kamb."  '-.'''���������  A lawyer in Mlusourl, aftor the pa-  tlout toll of rifloon yeurii, claims to  ka nhlA tn nroHuro tho mnnt bctautlfol  opals out ot fllllca.   Their Irldosconoe  thinna aro expected from tho new discovery.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited,.    *  :  Gentlemen,���������1 have used MINARD'S  LINIMENT from timo to time foif- tho  past twenty years.   It was recommended to me by n prominent physician of  Montreal, who called  it    the   ."great  Nova Scotia Liniment."    It does tho  doctor's wdrk; it Ip particularly .good-  in cafiOs of HhoumatlBin and Spralffs.  Yours truly;'  O. G. DUSTAN,  ���������'���������'..��������� Qhartorod AocountUnt.  Halifax. N.S., Sept*. Hi, 1905. <"  ���������',  Durham > Mustard  Prior to the year. 172Q. there was  no such luxury as mustard in its present form at our tables'.'  At that time  'the seed va������ coarsely pounded into a  mortar,   as   coarsely   separated   from  the   integument,  and   ih   that   rough  Btate- i>repare������k:?f6r. usq.\- In the year  mentioned ��������� tt occurred' to one old woman of the name of Clements, resid-  inc InsQitth'an-), to grind the seed in a  .trifilirarid pasB It through 'the-'.several  i^roc-sses, which  are resorted   to  in  srniikin^'f'tlour from? wheat; ; The secret ''.''Bneyvkept;'ifopr-'������tt>ny.;:.:ryears    to  he|rBe\lf, and-in ;Th<e. period: of' her ox-  >������lcislvo po-ssesB^on",, of Mt '"supplied the  ?pl.hcipa?   i������'iai'ti-)rf)f;;Uie kingdom, and,  in   yttr^revh-r,  ihoi;' .metrojRQiip.    with  this "-ar'tlclo.    George  1.   stamped   lt  with,fashion by p|8 appr.-Hi jionce the  pots In vrhicb the mustard was t?oM  bore tho roy&l, Initialb. In Durham the  article acquired* the namft of "Durham  mustard."  Witch Superstitions. .  In some or the country districts ot  England the peasants aro said to b������  lieve that elves and witches steal bab>  ies from thftir cradles and place thciS  own elftn offspring in the place of th$  robust child. After a child has been  baptized the witcnes have no powej  over it; hene<������ the peasants have  their llttlo- one* baptized as soon aB  possible.  .  Division of Social Labor  King George-'of England, -in * hlB  younger days, visited Canada'in company -with tho Duko of Clarohcb. Qnp  night at a bal". In Quebec, .given in  honor of the Royalties,' thG<yburiR0r"  pr)ucQ,dovotod his timo oxcl\iBivoly tQ  tho y&qng ladiOB, paying llttlo or no  attqtttl<>n, tqRtho oldorly oneB or chap>  br.oriB.,,'."���������'���������*:>',-''       -. . ':''' ., ' v  ' HiB(broK"jor reprimanded hlrt, poii-t;  liiHMnii   i������>   iilin   iiin  mi>������;iul   ],MttiiuOU  llUU  hl.n dutj> .au. well.  "Thnt'o Wl right," nald the young  prlnco. "Thorcr aro two of ub. You  go and sing God oavo your- grondmc-  ther whllo I danco with tho,girls,"  The  Retort Splendid r  JonoB.���������WolL> you and I won't oft  nuighboru much longer.   I'm going to  live In 'x botter locality.  .,. Smith.���������So am*I.  Tn*i-������ -~\A/hn*,(  nr������    von     j^olnft ��������� to  move, too?  Smith.���������No,-I'm .going to Btuy hero.  Tho Pope owns the raoBt expon������lvo  chair in tho world. It 1������ of polld Oliver, and coat *������0.000.  JSl^in-Tbrtui!ed  : ;''Mtie--;0-ies  V Mothers! 'Are your little-ones  Buffering: from Itching, burning  qsAife or. other torturing,  dlsftgurirlfc slcin tfouhlcs ? Ate  vn\\k "��������� jVriurftH fj, ���������worn out:'" with  .ong;, stccplcp.3 nightfr'and c������������?ise-  lesa ftrixiety in caring for them ?  Then you should know -.th*.-,.in,  tnoat caaea,. a, warm bath with  A PHI Tliat Llflhteno Life.���������To tho  man who i^oi.a .victim ;of indlgostlon  the transaction of bus!nc33. becomea  an added, pilBpry.. He cannot coiieeii  trato liia tfiind' upon hiB,tasks and  loss and vfexntton attend him. To such  n man Parmeleo'B Vegetable KUlB offer relloC. A courso ot treatment, according to directions, will convince  him of. their groat excellence. They  tnrii confidently rocommonded because  thoy will do all that la, claimed .or  ihem. -  Her Own Hat the Obstruction  .' A woman in a Vienna theatre came?  out after the flrBt act and asked tbi  have the price-of the ticket refunded/  on the ground that having complied  with  the retiuent  lb  remove  her halt,  she had held It on her Jcnccs and thuo  entirely  obstru.tc'd- her, own vicv.* cf  the Btage. ? ���������'���������'",'���������"���������'  '" J���������~" *-���������>''?'..���������.  Pleased ot Last  "Was your last mistress satisfied.  with vou?" ���������  Servapt,���������-"Well, sho said alio wart  pleased when I left."  y.".'.,...".'.l'l!1.1.. '' " ' "' "   "   ",     ,'. ' ���������"������������������"���������1-  Quickest, Surest Cough  Remedy Ever Used  Otont Even Whooplnc Cough Quickly���������A'  Family Supply for 60c���������Mon-y tt������-  ���������  funded If-It,Falls, v    ���������  m  :m  ���������Mtmm������������mmmmmmmmmymWIMto������m  *.   4 * * **>-"-���������  Britain reach tho total or 1 3* mil'  Menu.  ticura u  i\M h gentle application of CutJ������,  curmOjntnicntbring immediate cc  ���������������    !���������   ��������� ���������       ���������������,', <        ,   rf ,.1 i Aril,    f-l-w.1  llcHjllia liuic������Uin;ic#ii������,_.*Cwpl tl*w_i,  fretted mothers rest, and peace  ta\\a oil distracted households,  AUhntiKli Cutlftum floapftnd Ointment are  Mid. by rirumi������t- anddotlem ������v^ywluMr������. ������  ntMtkVtn  "fiutlisura,"  l>fipl.   SWU  H^tof'  HUh Wry h������w>u on 0i������ HTn iui(I ������o_lt>, and  tt .Kvment o������ moir anootluim,  ' Xt nornoono In your family turn an oh-  AtlriBiu, d������nn-Bonted ������ough���������even wttoop������  lug cough-���������which lias yielded slowly ta f  treatment, buy.a 60-cbnt bottle of I'lnex'  and wnlch ,111111 omiKh vnnlnh. If It fntlH,  money btvclt promptly, anid without areu-  mont. ���������    -   I.,.  ',.,' t '     r  A 60-ccnt bottle ot n������e������, wbon nilxeo  .with, homo-miido sugar syrup, maken ;]������( ���������  ouneen���������-a fhrhlly Hupply-^-ot the most ot- '���������'  ���������foctlvo couch   remedy,   ihat .money e������n  buy, nt u. ���������avli������K of ;*a.    uivos inalant-  relief npd will uhirtilly, wlpo oui a   ������nd  cousi������ in 2< hour* or,' leflD.    IfiaBUy prepared in rivo n.lnutp������-rdlroctt|>U8 In po/sk*  mmo- ������������������ ������������������"   ���������'   .������    ���������'������������������"  v������    :  , PlliM Cuuich flyrup hnn n, p^tmnnt tn*it������  --chliareu tulto It wiMnniy. U Mimulaut :  thn ' appetite and lir.NlUrMly liixntlve-  both i*ood' fcnt'ur'eb. Splendid for croup.,  ���������hoaraenoB^ throat tickle, Incipient <unf  '-������ro\ibloB. ah/la prompt, _ucoe_������r������l route-  cy^for wliooplnff couuli. , ,���������     ������������������;  Plnex In a upocslai nnd nlffhly eotic'n.  tratod compound of Norw������y White lJlnf'"  fljttruot,   nnd   in  rich    lh  RualnaoC   and  -������>Uiei eienif^n.^ which *re no hentlnic t������-  th������ mombranco." trlibply mix U Wliu ������u>.  .Ml nyruji or strained honey, lw *, ifl-en,  boltlo, and It la rendy^for use.   U4ed   IB  ,mioi������������.j,u,iiii_. Iik piu U. a. ttiiu cunauH ll*aa  mny oiiior cough i>nicdy. cr  I'lnti*   h������������   ofi������n   ������)������*n   lmli*i#)(l,     bu<  nt'vcr N4,if!C!������Hf)fiiily, for nothing els*    will  prniiuo* tha nan.- ro������uliK. Th������ genuin* III  M������,���������������  l i-������  Wlm ������ru������r������nip������d  to  r.w ahtoiut* ������atl������ft.c<iori  iwiBiny  i-tKo  n������m or money rufundtd.   C*rtlflo_t������ of '.guilt*  ./���������%#������i..<   t..   nill..   t������n������.,l������t)|.   d^lmift.   (Vivwr. I  nine*.*   ���������������   w.������.������.Jt>i   ������������-v   ..-.i..-.,.,     ������....,<  dnv������?"   nwltod   BniltherH, | Afugglil ha������ nnw*, or will Wt H*f������r V<������iii  "Oh, ho'ia worKinB bin    won't*    way i ������������;"*" *"���������"- *���������������  *������������������"��������� *������������������������������ w, **������._,_������*  Ihvough colloff"," Bald Bloka.  U Ih not by rououclujs Uio Joys'tlta.  arb near uh thitt wo Bhall grow wiso,  but as wo grow wiec we uncoIlflclollfr*,���������  ly abandon tlip joys that now -aro  beneath up.,  Mind on Bunlneaa. '  Her Patlior���������I don't know about lot  ���������tli������B'you have my dauphtor; Mr. Sol-  ore.   Will' you taUo care ot her in ^boJ  tityleV  Hor Suitor (In the rotall line)���������I'll.  Buarantoo It, ������lr. oi���������return >tuc gooau.  ���������Boston Tranecrlpt.       , ���������������  i  Mlnfcrd't Llnlmoot CurcM Coldti, Eta.  ,'������������������>, -.'..������ m t| ���������; ;..- ""." '   ���������   ������������������  Tn her H������t of tho VWorld'B Twenty  Greatest Women'tho Uev. Anna ������li������w  put* Bvo .ClmU Now, wero a marrlcid  man Bolectina 20 of Uio greatest -vo,.  nif^ri h"; vo������ld ho r������vpr������f������tnil trt .������������i������r  ^Mary" Vnrio, Bamantlia, or whiit������ivf������t:  hlM w.ll'o'. mihio iiilmbi. he, at tho Head  of .t.lio Hat, ,';  -/���������'���������'.  'V:S.  .'������V,I  . ������.���������  . .'.ll  . *1  ���������f'-.'l'  ^1  WW  DHL  12  v/.  LU.  _ iaiii_iyi������wiini.ii������l,.v_������-_i__������i>4^!^wf������uw;i-iMi������.i-iw^  Uit'iiiiniM-wTViUii.tji  wmi mmiiiiiwiiii  wiiwiiiiitiiiitej<imiii,ii,iiiii  lil'n I-i_iiwi iWiMUMrtfr i mt-  ttmmm  \\mmmmmmmm%\  mmmmmmmmmmtmrnmimm  tmmwmmwimmmmmiimmm  mmmmmm������immiii>imiim  tmmwmmmimBKtma  'a_eiMuii! ifgSM?  ___._;���������������*_*>_;  ���������-V'-'  ij;";.----'.'-"S?--;-.-Si'**i,._-44������':**.--".. IVm*^ .j;-^^?TW7:-.---'!r,viW^^^^  'Tfi  ������������������������������*.  T\Tf.rM'v?-^:'V.'^','.Y.S;.'yTj'.^  *V&M:]  ���������v-.<i'>--V.-.-.,-ri=;T*-ji;.y:.. y  __fK���������;.':'-  _ES*i?7-.:  ���������iii*-''  jji-i?'-;,-.  III?  EWs.'-r.:���������  ASStS ��������� ���������EES1$>lfyl^SSW*--'  CBSST^fey^0  _K- .  SJ-.  ���������������-  We can supply you witli;;;the  items for the Breakfast tablee  o  C3������  ���������a -.11^.4  .-������.-.?���������������_���������  :������, ������  bf>     Ar\ a<nA    S*.f-  *������frjr?������gs>.<  ?:������_s*^������  hVlV  M_/  it������6  .������������������������  '   ."'NO-MOB"'" '  >Ne!soa Land District, District _������* West  Kootenaj^  SttS." isotio������ -hat I, Sari wjoaohild,  of Toroato On6.s ooanpa.ioti Qlerk, intends to apply for permission to" par* j $S  ehass the fallowing described lands:���������    j vx  Commencing at a dos. planted os, the Xw    g     s ������|P4__ -.-  north bank of Summit Greek, about oas ������K,   ������    g B������fe -^ fi*ft       e* ������& *=__ e8E S_2������S_ __S>  mile north-easterly (torn the month of  ^    ������_M_1 ������ 10 S 8       ^_^*5_? I 1 ������*_#&  Placer Creek, thence 40 chains nort_A,  "   '  thence 40 chains east, thence 40 chains  south, Ihence 40 ohaiztB west, to point of  c >n.-aence5KS-rir,   eestsiai-.g  220 acres  more or less.  Sari. Gcox>gh__j>, Applicant,  Edward Ferguson.  r*���������*-    Wft������.   If    ������on -  a;   nos of  S||E  carf s etc \  *_������-*\  MgUVics JBtouca oats in r������, so, 4������ ana ou  pound sacks; Ogilvie's Mooselieaa EoHed Gates ia Cartons, 35c, Robin  Hood Porridge Oats, Premium is. every package 35c; Quaker Gats a 5c per  pkg, also Premium package 35c; Granulated oatmeal 5oc per sack. Car-  nation Wheat Flakes, premium in every package 50c. Ogilvie's  ules 6 lbs sack for 35c. Cornmeai, Buckwheat Flour, Toasted  Snredded Wheat Biscuit's, and Sunny Jim Force.  of Fearman's  Ontario Fed and Cured Meats, and .Armour's Banquet Bacon  and Hams.  _MI._J      /^4*������~** l4-1������- I.AA      ^Vlu     jf ie__w-Cir������,  we ������������������������������_������ w������_-.y ������- ***** ******  i  i  i  ������*/\ ret* y* ma  Nelsoa I������nd District. Dlstriat at West IWVf  IT-Vt  I   VMC  6    .v.  We 7&ill offer at 25 per cent discount for the next 10.' ^  cf<av5. _f7._r_?e are exceptional values and you should <m  tea*? advantage of this reduction.  &  _iu__aa  Creston Mercantile Company, Oct.      |  Take notice chat a, Fred Stevenson, of  WO  imsuwwg Hunt., _rt_u omveCBUS, IM I   .*i  Toronto, Ont.,_ oooppation Fainter,, in IW  tends to apply for poptuissicu to puav&asr | ^S  the following desoribdd lands:��������� | mj  Cnmmenoiui. at a coat planted on the I >V*.  north bank of St&mmlfc Oi���������������ik about one 1 WP  miie eastariy irom eh������ mouth* o?Plaoer | \vw  UfeeK, thenoo 4u chains north, thence 40  1%..  X=\.^=-.������S.  chains west, thenoa 40 oh&i&s eonth, or  Greek to point of oominenoemeat, con-        ^ 7^T^tT^iT^T^  taiuiug 160 acres moro or less  Fsbb r&aysssbiH, Anplioant.  Edward Ferguson, Agent.  Date, Nov.17,1_JU  PROFESSIONAL  * s  ESsriSTRY-.;  ir. E. kaeiTd. d, s*  OSee  ������to? Eess-tBsska __-_s3ws-������  fatoro- Bakeg StessS.  CRANBROOK,  IBL C_������������  i   B_  i  !  ���������TtSS  B rnneial mm  %mmn ������������������ ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������   !L  SYNOPSIS QF OAMABIAH  SORTH-  W-S-T  MIKING REGULATIONS  COAl,���������Coal mining rights ras-y b������ teaeed  or twenly-oae y**ra, renewable ������t-.������ annual  rental of 8t *n aero. Not more than  2,560 acres can be leaned to oae appllcaat.   Royalty,  Bv������ oents per tan,  In un_utve.ye������_ ������nr ������ory  ibe tract nsast fcostsssd cat by the appli-  e������nt In person, and persooat application  to  tbe Agent or _ut>-Agent of OommSOn Xanos  io. th������ district iau8tln all cases b������ aasae ana  the rental for the first year most oe pa]df to  the   agent within   thirty d������y������ ������������������" ftllnff  appllcaHon  ev������7A������TZ_-=A -^.wg-jv. ^t^Kt^^j. ������ur; of age  aii_Lover,^av*ln������*roadea*dlBcovery noay  lo-  ���������J _-������\^4*V*-  Nolson Land District. District of West  Sootsnsy  Take notdoo that I, Sod G. dhatem, oi  Montreal. Que. _ ocoonation married wo  man, intends to apply for pertaiaaion t<  pnronaso the folio^ving described lands:  Oommdnoing at a post planted on th������ I  north bank of Sanvmlt Creek, abo_,'*ei������  chains gtonth oi*���������$& norti^-west corner 01  lot 8831, thence north180 chains, thenc*  west 80 ^ainB^theaoB eouth^ 80 ohaint  Or w o������-uii-lS %^e���������w|������ ts_Ss_S. Eiluisg csss  init Greek to ooint of commencement,  oontainiopc 64��������� asrss, iaore o? less.  Sed G Ohatkm. Annlioan*?;  Date 17tfi, Nov, 'Hi Edward'Forgueon,  Agent.  JV^M^ii^4VMywvVV^^MM������WUMM^4Vly^Wk.y  iff ullOO  J&J&JFi  IU t : s������.sr>!ka������i  IB  I  lo*  ars and Cigarettes  Ot Of  At Any Hour  "':.,���������..--'���������.'���������':'������������������'������������������d---.:.-  Razors Ground and Set  UU������    l^UWJSJMiSl^-:!?-*  CosswrtSQ Esoi_n__a-  QRESTON  B.C.  S  , OB-EIX, YOUNG Ik wv?.  _H^_____-- **.^ *  Seal iSatafce aad Insnrsnos.  HOUSES TO KENT  CRESTON     -        -      B0C.  m%*mm**,m**J***^mmm**mm+0mS'** mfm*l^imp^immi*m*m^m*m*-'*>***+*im1+mf*mf+^mtmmt *���������***���������  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Uife-and Accident Insaranoe  sBie s 5.3.   s������s-&s_r_.B%  a   _-f_Ba3_r_r   ������-"_-������__..-#   MOUSE  ng made a dlecover;  Fee, 85.  Vesust aioo must be exjMnded on the claim  Whea SK3,0 has been expended er pal-l ,and  oiJieF x^Auiresaesis coaipii-d -witli. ttts claim  wwi^! *K_e- s__LTfillJ______;-_i **- SX   ������.-_-.'. fiGST'Ci  REAL. ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL  B.C.  PLACKb   HIKING   Ct-alMB are ������������. tort  ton? and from 1.000 to 2,000 feet wide.   Enj*?  t^s <k,   Not less ttu&n SiOO must be espendeu  in developement work each year.     ���������./'-  ��������� ,    DBI_t>������lNQ.���������Two leases oj Eve miles ^ach  I 1 ef a river may be Issued to one'applicant ror  I J n term oi 20 years.   Rental. 810 a mile per an-  i j eura.   Royalty. 2J^ percent after theioutpu.  II sce^ua SlG,0Sv.   ���������    ��������� ' V?, W.GORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior  The  Week-End Holiday  Resort of East Kestessy  a Best of i<ishi_isf and Hunting  SiROAR    -    iO.O-  **m**^m*tl*m*l^*^m+m' l-*^>������S<NW^  CHAS. MOORE, CE.  B.O. Land Surveyor and  abohitbcti  Plans and Spooittc attaint  CRESTON  -  B.C  CRESTON REALTY  and INSURANCE CO.  Fruit Lands, Town Property and Inanr-  anoo  I  MAT IT HERE SllttS 1900?  - ^^^wwwsW.^ry ���������  AAA WATS-"IP'S  n  %m^r~\ a..tr j - i;. a :_r-% I  I  5  __     ���������������   ��������� ���������  g I  NOTICE  Nelson Land District. District of Wesi  Kx>tscay,  Take notice that I.  EgbelLnckwoll,  of Toronto,   Ont.. ocdnpation,   Nnrse,  intends to apply for permission to pur  chase the following described lands:��������� j  Oosss-sso'sg at a , post planted on the j  north bank of Samn.it Oreek: abost ceo  quarter mile distant, easterly, from the  mouth of  Toby Qrssk, sad about sis  miles froiit the mouth o. Suinmit Greek,  thence north 40 ohainB, thence east 40  chains thence^ south 40 chains, thence  west 40 chnins to point of commence-  mens, contatuing 160 acres, more or-less,  Ethel Luckwell. Applicant.  Edward Serguion, agent. ^;  ^������^^v^^yv%A^A^!!A^.^i^wt_^ wj"W%^vi_aiV>^������v<fv  iitir a a _  VIITAI  ���������-*mr  L|tili! 11 i-iiiiiiij i__i  ���������  %_9i  I  CRESTON  B.C  W������ J_T_r Bfowu  THtt   ������mUABL.E   BLACKSMITH  Ha* ofNtned up again at tho  old atsmd, near the Mercan*  tilo Store.  QmtamrmiBMmskmnsiih  Work mud Hcrmm  *\Wrmmmm\ _____ _-ML_ B kmmm\ ______  GOOD, OLD-FASHIONED  __..-e~-,k .1..  j���������������..jJ.L. ._.11   f>n   wf������ii������ia     if  you hire your rig from us. AH of  our carriages ride easy, and they're  drawn by live horses that go without constant urging.  OUR LIVERY SI-RVIOB  is especially well adapted to moot  every requirement that you could  make cf it. Wo charge but a Mr  price for tho pleasure one of our  rigs will give you.  Cameron   &  Son  CRESTON  LIVERY  ������.  Before Letting  ^^B/%.    ^Bfc^f H9E1 W%>1* 6  For the building of jgour New  Hint**-, ouii-r, &Mic4f,  ������*or_������uoii  or other building, write or call  on mi*. Estimates glren on all  kind* of work.   Renairs& Alterations  I A ���������rr.OIALTY  IOharges reaaonableami ������atmfaction  guaranteed on All Work  ;  JOHN   BOYD,  Creston  New lino of $1 Innersoil watohe������ muU  91 Uiooks. Uompieto stooit ot jewelry,  sonyenlr spoons oto.  off** GLu oS������Vl?������!i!t**s3~  _������������fl5ER.  ^Bcvrait cvier^<metolm������w  -^ fijaVwe are pavrTi*-^  perannom credited -mltitf  on wvinto Jlcposite^l^  & upwaro) ^object TomK-  VlQWCSt Of tKCIJIM-. WS -*"  ������c*a������rfi3l wunief fordienfe  mtttatmoYtgaico&Soa  perietal ttnatuMMnesa.  ������e warilYour mwb accnt  & if youarc not saving $  tMat������lna1\ca^lY���������, * ^' ��������� +>  GbmmenccN0W^kV^Hll3.  ftcpofl\t8"by niaU's^J^  ���������*_** ca8\lylian������)leb ���������  "Voucaii send V^t!,  PwtQmce^oypregs  Order or R<#Wterea^  lacttcr & wfthdrayajs  cm. be made -b.K* ��������� ������  -��������������� ��������� atty* way you 'wish.  Wave Re^Sfiible  ReferTfJ"*-*"* ������������������������ -k <*������  Dun&,BwtdatrecJd,  or To atryone to -^  Write udaWitto-Jay  Bo 3 iiow !!!!!  .191 fiftmhiA Sttv^t  NOTICE   OF   PETITION  To whom it may concern, a number  of Oitis&ens in Creston, Erickson, Canyon City,; and Alice Siding districts  iistricts that arelocated in -he K oot,  nay Valley B, C. believe the time is  ripe to form a.municipality of said  districts; to this end after thirty (30)  days from date petitions will be taken  round ti?e said distcicts to receive the  signatures of property owners on the  matter, , '  On behalf of interested parties.  Dec. 14,1011 Walter V. Jackson.  if^.T  nurseries  a������*l__._??  Vernon? B.  r  4 Hoi>e a very fifte assortme0df &~~  w Oriental and Shade *������tfees  ^  ^  ~J  NOTICE  Ten o?oUar8v(#iO) ro\yard will be paid  for information or ovideuce leadiugtt  he oonviotion or puui hment of pnrtj  or parties who maliciously roiled a orat>  c. orcokovy oS tl_o platlorua of .he Cies  ton Mercantile Oo,, ^toro on Monday  night, Deo. ii. ^k  Geo. MpGunu.  Proviucml Cuiist,  Si TBI M  ���������mrmrm   ���������   ..   0*  -T.S  m   ������ .  Budded Stock a  >Iit^  0. >>u������_v>wm uiuvr. g. i3pecias!ty  a AH trees offered for sale,   are grown in   ou  0. own Nurseries, on The   Coldstream   Estate  f V. D. Curry, Qen, Agt, Vernon.  1U0   T?it  i_s>   iyrirart0'������cirrij>  A    9S%m*       A  >_���������   WW/   mJmm+%m.  fris.  -1MI -_������V-# IV*-*?/  NOTICE  MesHrs Murdoch & Callander are now  ready to take orders for wood cutting  from 10 oords upwards for $1.25 per cord  They will tnko^nnir 4 H. P. ongmo and  drag saw to tho wood wherever it is  You name the plnoo, They will briuj/  the machinery.  NOTFCE  Notioo is horoby given that a session  of the Court of Ilevislon  od   Appeal  for the Nelson Aeaoaauiont District will  be held at tho Court  (Tonso, City, ol  Natxnrt, nn "W^^-jftnilwy th������ Iftili ilt������y   <������i  January, A. D ,  1012,  at   tho hour of  10 In the formionn for t.hn  nnrpoao   ot  heailng  and   dctormlulng   snch nom-  olalntfl aaalnflt ntmoaflments,  of  whhtli  due notice has bnnn reonlvrd.  0.11, Hamilton,  Conrt of Bevislon nnd Appeal,  D������Ud at Kelson, 27th day Dec. I0"*  Comprising t20 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C,  We learn that the nnBornpnlous agent of and irreHponsible  nursery company  has circulated the report thiongh the Kootenays  that  hi. firm supplied us  with ulurge number of fruit trees Inst year.   "We wish to say that thoro is  absolutely no truth iu .his statement audwe strictly guarantee to those pinc-  ing ordors with us for nursery stock that they will receive uouo bnt fruit  trees grown at our own nurseries at Grand Forks, B. G.  All oav fruit tr^n aro of our own growing nnd wo offer $500  reward to  anyone who enn prove to the contrary.       Sept. 0, 1911.  For Catalogue aud Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  ORGH AR Of ST SI  ' fl lflt> fitfluu!   "UllKV l^UI ubi imim L'Ua  ALDekaiSove. b.o.  IlAVK Tl-Ilfl PlNKST r'\'  Home-Grown Nursery Stock  including: Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries, etc.  M-MM-M-MSM-M*  <i4**mmmmmm*mm*mWm1m#  s>>-uH__.aM������as������-f  FOR   FULL PARTICULARS  WjUTK��������� Oil, Slfllfi���������  HIUHARD MoCOMB, TAH. OOMPTON,  Gunornl.Manngw, Local A gout,  AWorgrovo, B.O. CroMon, II.O  R_fl " I       SB"  n. iwuiauoiii  Sadtito nnd  A &PBOIAL.YY  Ucalcr in   ing 1   ciass  hoots and snoce.  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