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 'TfVli-i-Tr "*^ ���������~1T44T4-|- ' '-<l_S^____L_____-_ _-b_B_!^ _M9b&A__< ������������������ - ' __^j___,_M: -. ��������� tj��������� ������������������'   m���������H-T-X-TInfflTl ItlliTtroti-M'l  ^IsBig j-g__--^.----r,11g.lE-_ff <---t!-CT-BSifB -���������.arJ-V..JKM'WH-ftB.flflEflrlr-.  ���������^ $ffi.VW*W{m/.^*5^ SmW*^upSm*P:^.vS������5_^;;[^SW,^5S^-������fl>M9������������.':  (/n^t^^^^^r^^^^'  IT  IS in trwisr N_r&si  -1" ���������. ���������- ���������    i  of the CRB3TCtyf|. ���������  DISTRICT^     |.,  YmWkS^jSj^^^}  .-'���������^.'-"tvK:^-f.w;j -vii&T_c!-iW  ^-������_5������U T��������� ���������=-.,      .���������-������������������W.g-J-r  >.'jrE5������������������S_fe<____.  No. 24' 4th. Year;  CRBSTON, B.C 5 FIU3DAY- JAN 36th, ,_ tg%2  -?������5_  _w*--*^  ..^P_WHW: 5*.'  ||;.t...T::...,,.,,:-,.:������.t;,:,  -.P&SII  Mill __���������  III" ~  sfa   .5 _-__i  SlXIi  y  ������si������k  -s������5������i������Bi%  ���������.*;;i������M  ;i m  ��������� ���������in-"  lovernmenl Action On Reclamation  Asked At Largest Meeting  In Crestonfs History  re?���������4._-������*' x-���������_ **.4���������*���������4.4,  aale residents i&  to "the reclamation cause, to at least  r_.  We were not successlul. Then we  west to the legislature of our gtste.  We watrxod & series oi reclaaiatioa  districts. We "had not covered all  the fluo points necessary- to xnako the,  districts what they should he and "we  were again u_.suec.-~.ul. Then vre  west :baek <to improve the first law.  We how have reclamation districts  which are authorized to do the -work, J  not alone   to levy -bases in our    die*  tricta for   work in tlie district alone      Cf__ie-5? CtC.v Fof Loca.  feut also to go into foreign countries   T;  and spead < money' there In order     to]   i   >>  ree-affcn   our lands.      This pr������vi8i������_ig������_^--   - "���������"���������"���������'-  '-i Safer*, the time comes this summer  s=^s������  *���������_���������_: ?.������������������__��������� *.^_ ���������.lift  -���������. ������_a������.������,4,-4��������� luiVaa  ENTERPBISE  CONTEMPLATED  IfV. K. .Brawn Will Make  iteis, eta.. For Lo  Tm������**Am*.   TJkS-a VMff  y_-������v.v������_y_.. ... ���������,��������� m���������~m , ��������� '__i"������ _5*ryis������g on   work in this province and'erat--. in -which  tt> market their  lEOSt promts-en* business m���������S of Hi-Stilus's Id-sh������  ISSt  T^SS* ������f   ^������ oouM gsb ihs p-Oger su*%>_._&- &-������*������ W. SSL Brows expects to have  a  .     .   .   ^ .-        ._    _-*_*__.   ^^m^ A&9 ���������^ I **���������������*-. -J^--^feotonyin full oper&fien adjoining  >av evening sa iomt saass meeting to -aase -o^co^s aeuu.u |���������* i * *~  ___ __  ���������_.--���������  ��������� __i ������_-. _-^:^ ��������������������� ������-t������������ tf.si- sM-r-l   "T&ese eeciaiasrtioa   districts  mipcm tlie government mat attcaauu b������ paia ?o tss v*sv s\���������^i*|  SEb-S r -     - "���������- J������.    ���������_      ...   _r_.11 _-.._4l*^aM_  <tnn> tt.yt^AA-1  fat  V <__.r_ I  cj}his bl_okimith shop.   -T'he new enter-  , W������8k������ take in all the upper Kootemyj^6 wiU^ Bm������a. import^* ^diKon  ������S of 1������DWISSds IB the Valley *?l-icl_ S?e HOW iotytet to ye������t-1 Vsi!^      -^ eonimte-OIini assoi������W������ ^ ^������3tott*-r ali-too-a-eagr- -mfe of Indus.  COMPTOH TAKES  SUA UB'    99 ff-a-^bvS__s^  Alive to the advantages c. hav+  ing Creston.-' iruit on display in j  cities o_.tside the Valley as ott^n <  ss possible, Jas-s* CJompton. who j  is going to Victoria today to re- \  present the Frm. GroweW As- |  aociation 'nt the annual convention- i  of tho^o fccsdies and also is ������ delegate of the people of the Valley tol  ask for a survey of' the lowlands,,  i������ tgJfeing along a Vox of "Wagners <  grown on bis rauob.   These ������p- ��������� i  pies ^111 bs put on the tables at s  thehotslsand cards h.-udng the ,  'y overflow and which if reclaimed should m&k& this section  he most fertile in all British Columbia.   It ^as a notable  _-B^atneilag> the IstgcStcvcar uciu  in   v^fcastOB. citnef   p���������*-t*ca.  jt otheifwise*   The interest was isstes le. It fa-.tk^4 a s*���������i* e*  boch in the history ������������.Creston and James Cossptoa and Guy  owetibergvduly appointed.at the meeting ta tarry the istest  ������ the meeting to the government of lieials at Victoria^ are al-  &y. on their way to the Coast to  start the slow-moving  ^wheels oi authority*in the direction of a survey of the low-  ads of the Kootenay Valley.        j  After two hours of speech; eaal-ing the resolutioa asking  _he'l^dvernnient authorities to make a survey of tbe flats "was  [put to a. general vote and it vras ,adopted unanimously: Only  sgf^llse-^ei_--_:g and "tiii8*Tsli������ht- ������  possibilities, which, will have to be solved in the near iiitur  ^S be fore the real worls; ot reclamation is Decus- _ xie long ������iise-_s-  Hsi6n of the subject had born its frukand the unanimous tfote  iiAiavour pi the resQiution caiae as a fitting climax to the!  raost successful meeting that Creston has ever seen.  VISITORS   KELP   iV-AKE   LOWLANDS   flBBTlNa   A  SUCCESS  Much of the success of the meeting was directly due to  the hearty, band of boosters that came across the line from  Idaho to help solve the reclamation question. Their oratory  au# reaiy feaowiedge of the subject ss hand were important  factors ������& the ultimate success of the resolution which had  tyeen prepared and their offers to assist Creston in anything  that this section may undertake were well received. The Idaho  -lien showed that they are not selfish in their aims as they es  pressed their willingness to assist not only by boosting but in  a financial way. "We are ready to go down in our pockets and  give you ������25,000 now" was their attitude and they showed  plainly that they mcaii busiuess.  From the time W.S.Watson called the meeting to order iu the name of the Board of Trade until Chairman Com*  pton annputued the closing, the meeting was enthusiastic  and there is little doubt but that a closer bond of fellowship  'exists in this Kootenay Valley now than ever before a? a  result. ,.\,. ���������   ;.  iT ' '������������������.*''  esl ������asder  H-is law have qualifis-.-  to,  1  '_-*-! Wim-ns'- ?^S ������!_-'��������� _rv:_.:::_P������t_r:.T.';  nn_9t  - *iEmEun*ti������mt*  '   ..������ ������S������3������S*W*������9������  (BfflKWlim  m%z.tm%m  1  Upp&t And Low#f IC������������^������  nay Drawn Cl������*erSy '  ^ft^Ii   lfii������     g<-l���������-R_.������a.gBCii__8  Cr__tois Van.? ??ss i3Ta-l$d ^^dsr  = j-yahandof men, pro-abSf $h������ ^_pes������  Grows, Wifehoul Irrigation" -will | 1 prominent hns|n$-a men in the no-w^c.,  toil the diners rrhere %h������y same t  s p^s Cf lb������ st&fef' of Idaho 'whs eass$  from.   The apples will he ei&ongh \  _v?ith one nnrocw. ~th-.t fsS. '_������&������_������������������-_������. w  sossibls tha ���������������_-_!������ c_ the S-g^^Sg-f^  do the work and the Sto^oJB!^laSto this wei*' "^^ to *������ ^f"6  is  in tfceir htods.    The money   ������3**l* ���������-���������*��������������������������� ������������* ������** ������������*���������������  tte conimissioners vrtll ihea tost thel", The hox factory as Mr. Brown has it  iaode-^h year to an extent wMcfcf-818118**4 ������^ ���������M ^ 60 *? SO feet in di-  win -take care of the heads.       .^^^ion^d^iU^ two atoriesteheight  The machinery including a large gasoline engine to fnmish the power ���������will  he inacalied on the gronnd floor jand the {  neper Sss? ??i_i be tiss-i, icr s-csags p���������-^ \  the distriot becomes & quasi-^orporfl^j  *ioB>; oz������e -hat may he honded and onej  that    catt    realize money. Thoi oo-m  tndssioners hsuve heen elected aad  recom-neadaticn in themselves to  x get the fortunate ones interested  \ ir, Oreston and its frail.  ' ' i  OreatoiivfiU have a iiva w������d ;  of DooBter* at Victoria tha coming week.   Besides Mr. Go-gpSon,, |  ] there will m 17. a. *i"i25Ju-������������SB������ rs^  \ presenting  ths   -ifmit   Gsow&ss  }  Aaseciation; James Cook, *ffepr_������  B-ntiOR the new Fruit Growers'  ley hy joining V7ith thepeoj  -Sobs ths ?__1  ti-e future vr-it he the acting homes, iifi"  {coses,   Mx. Brown is soiuK to bnild bis  -toe state ot Idaho.     They, are    pufe-  tissg ao  mortgage on  'i&e farms  as-dl  the home owners.      The oon_n-i~sion  (Continued on Page 5)  plans oa a plan which will allow of es>  tensions and additions in the f ntnre- He  ^������-1 _sauUfso$nre ell sxanner  of erases  gh$ hoses need in' the berry and irai-  -tdsfng busin-B8i  some _0r0-0 eo-ss of lowlands,    JQj|������  '���������fcooa-er" hand from Idaho h������4 .p^^yr.-  to sell: it had the oh, mo..vo e_} ferigia'ar  *--^ *-~3<J~t*-������  fj������5 ^fe^'*"*"��������� y*Jl*������   *������������  '������JJ.  der t9 -sak- it bs$ser aSs^i^fs, ,9-^-'-  isg more -at.lere.  WilUuS,r ������,������  ���������   ,        , j   ������w-������������l----������r-lfi������-������tl_fcl-_-l_-y ef  Union, Gay*I--wenberg, delegate } JOg������st$s that the: people ^ <_-������ Valley  to ask for survey of lot?!-_3-_3;*sd j |y-i-eh-Ids; pnrel* "fg*m&uto&" hm*������  /. * -mt^mn .Hit w������_fcl ran- 1 fvss with the hs^incss a_en oS a txai&b*  chet. 1 |b-rih^t������4?noa &.hu_inee������ p_o_osit-0n.  Idreston h_������ Joined with o^mr towns ia  l-co-alaff-drsa-^d celebrations bat neveif  | before da snythusig that _������V_red oifh&si-  cess relaiioaship^ Them-j|ife^*Sft-i~>  ���������^S-*-w������-w-**--������ 1  tli������������-4k:  i   Secretary John Blinco.  of  the VmU t0*086 *������ hww ^ *#t ������^������^������^ ^d w  ^L^U4   Associatio; is   e-pscudl^i ^fl<g^-^^li^!>,.������  I asp-ions t-_S-thes^(0^^p,wa  spfa^ag material this' Sp sins -s������s  t^.    ������~.  _._   .  . _. ^ ���������a, _44_. I apper -Soosenw-..-It v������a fc ������������%i������t_iK&  amious txsOT-to������J^a^������i??a������ *������������t{J --1' j i^^ ^^ ������v* '���������������Wt__s^%i--J'_-_-ia   ��������� rf ^*   " f ealSsdinascl ths thi-ty _t tts������������4T__i������  *u������uo������?.������k c~" I tors descended, tiom tho csaches, tha  13oa_srs'5!3ryy *Mop!# it__  tiiosa from  FOBSAIiS-^AgoodisaddSwI^nrths^ejpggyl^ *hs lino tifega S^sy tso^-ihl  I. ���������   -,      a-.       -_        _.   _-_     "������rr_J -Jt-u.      ������.   ~A-._-_,  waa calloft to order'  'JU'.f "''���������'")'''  '-*;      -4* *i������. n^^H    ot Bupporttflft * ������ood thing ftnd hod tho  under  tho ��������������������������������������������� *������ ������"*   ^ ^^ ltt aooowl    ^ih Ma Matt-  Tr������������J_,by :^^.atooa. Vice-ptenW- ^^ ^ ^  ������wfc ol  that o_io*ttl^tion^etwl J*w������������  Comi^Um.', w������- w������iwln*t������i as pct-awi-  ent cJ^txtnftti hyraiiy l--weab_-f. Mr.  Wateoji, then   -WWii-Med   0h������M������t --���������  Wynn a������,ueptotary o!, the mootlhB.  ln  taWnjj.   ihe chair,-Mr. Comptony ro-  marlcod thwt    wh������o   *t w_.������ ,p-_ulU-������  tiha-fc "wMlc    wily n   fthort  -time a������o  tho people on   1ho two Mdeo ot     tho  border  were   driven apart oyo*    on������  Bwsojfc question, i*ioy woro present  at  Wvlf* .Uiwo l������ ..hfttmony otid of ono    accord ."    Mt. Compton tlvon d-llod un-  Whereas there are approximately 30,000 acres of meadow lands contiguous to Creston in the Kootenay , Valley  which are subject to yearly overflow, and  Whereas the acerage consists of lands of the highest agricultural value and of great fertility, and  Whereas we have reason to believe that the lands can be  reclaimed from the said yearly overflow, and  Whereas the said lauds, would become an asset of great-  cat vuu-erc-al value to CicStoti, to *������c Province and to the  Dominion, and ��������� " <  Whereas we believe that the said reclamation :can be ef-  j sected without injury to any vested rights isa this 'province, or  elsewhere, and v    \  Whereas the said lands if reclaimed, would be worth a  very large sum approximating some millions of d<ollars,yielid-  iug a considerable sum yeaily in taxes to������ the'government  as well as being of great benefit to   the country  at large  through the settlement thereof,, and  Whereas the people of the jState of Idaho have shown  their views on the reclamatiot| project by voting with a majority of two to one in favour i!������f bonding their districts in ord**  r cl^ldren can ride. Weight about #������ ������m������, I o. . 3P. B������ taaia.; Wetees-W   ������^ 'testis  ��������� Light oolor.   A dandy c.yiv_r.   SluSt V. faxm^ tj-ey we^ hoostinff tiurH-Bofts-WBj*  sold at once. Will sell for $85 cash.   In-1 _nofcfc_e Idaho |jd_ alese hat ths vai������  quiso-^t She Beview or bos 69 Gi?9stoa. J tey itlr4i- 6ni^k^m   ^em9^ ^^ ^^^  up on the K. Y. train -roan BoiBtfera  Tho ronnd of ohnreh affairs which i^������y   train Tnesd^ ������rf +&  tha  1       -Jt.*V9   UIUUU   yi    uuiu.u   v.-..���������-    ..   kept the hall roiling the past few   day*| aighfrwlth the Oreston p-oplse were a_  wai started lasc Friday evening when e I'-Uwi;  ooas.iut party and social was given nn. ������ Who  Tlie. Vldltpm iWttt  d������ ttis. ansplcss cf the ^dies Aix-iliary f   5.1^1455 O'OaUashen, ?������s������l estAt. d_tt_-  of the Presbyterian church,   The coast-������ ���������    - -     .     .       *-._,-������  tins began on the Crawford Hill abont  7 :$Qip-nd oontinnsd nntU after 10.0'olooh  when the. happy orowd gathered at the  ���������. "-Holier skating every afternoon and  evening at the auditorium.  "Top ������i uw 'h_.said,."to 'itaAtor ** to get funds with which to carry on the reclamation work  somo knowledge of what you want  to do, what you arc doing now and  whait you nro golt>B to do. We havo  the grot-teat Interest in the subject  under con-idf������rfttion���������the mow ia-ton-  Bifted tiy the iaot that w������ have Wen  laboring (ot a lone time affduoualy  on the project/. ,, Our project and  yours Hoern to be -Uio same one. In  the wtrlot ���������iiis������i wv aro aliens here  but  wo feel   very much at homo    In  and to pay their pro rata share on surveys, etc., if necessary.  Now Thk_-������fore, w b Th������ People Oe Creston  Valley, in joint mass meeting assembled, do respectfully  and urgently request that the Premier, the Minister of Agr  .culture, Minister of Lands, the Minister of Public Worts  and all others who would have to do with the reclamation prc-  In recognition of the new Fruit Growers Union, Ltd., being formed in this  Valley. James Cook, Thursday received  the following .telegram from Victoria;  "The Department of Agriculture in-  v.(e������ yoh to venra-ent tha Creston Fruit  growers Union at the Fruit Growers  Association convention on Jan. 80-81.n  The telegram wat signed by WiUiaiit  St: Soett, Deputy. Minlstsr of Agrlonl*  tare and Mr. Cook will attend tha sen*  slons which are to be ptobably the most  l_aporfia_'j'ia'-hft'hlst-sy ot the fruit industry in 1-tltish Oolumbla.  ���������''pt&pfrSm  zkW&sfl*  1^1  -''   _J I  ,     . _   .      .. ,   I foad's hill this week and both were in-  ject turn their attention to the large acreage of feitil.1!   and- Jwod bofor tbey got olow of iht ftnlnwl<  cord-   Mr compton then eat** ������*������������������,-������- w������ .w.   .������, .-������*.. ������- -������-.   .- af^cmentioned,and that a duly qualified engineer or tommi* .TheMcKeivy boy was kieked on th*  Z CtJ*I' O'CaW^i 61 IW>m������nU   P^t ������ tt.   Kootcn.y    V.lley ^   ht appoillted to inqui.��������� illto and report upon tbe fe"*a'-!^^^"^^y0M,  .    '.".'. !  __-._i������j.44_ _������.-s*_Lin.l ftfloocinllv    when wo aro wotkLtiK   ._. _  . ..     ������    .1         1 _. ������ ..   ���������...-...._<,   t ���������* .:__ :^.. |������as������ oaaiy cus ������or_������-������u.  er; W. B. Hawkins, banker; Xhr. B. B.  Fry; Lawrenoa IL Parker, manager,  The Idaho markets; Jamea MeQnatsj,  "���������-.-���������:-:,---��������� -���������   .    ���������       .���������inmn-iator Oommareial Hoteli^W^ 1*4  homeo.^ jttrs.  McKelvey for ^^*-!ssiaB������w,saaB^������,-^^  ment-emd ^social hour. I waw &; Bi 8, ReasEWr^  I Muhifeld, c-ntraoioir; G.  B. drookor,  Bonners Ferry F-rnitore Co.; J_. 1_.  Blliott, ranch-r and Seoiama-ion ocsa*  niluionar in DIstrtot No 6 ;O.W. 7������Ielu������-  man; rancher; L. NT. Brown, -uanagar  Gjifay'il Store ;J..H. OrookwaU, mnohari  Tho-uaii   Houston, contractor;  It "A.  Gale,  manager Bonners Ferrj' Water  and Light Oo.; W. A. Alexander, State  Land'Apprai-er;.-. O. lfoordri-terohant  A.  J, K-nl, real eatat. and   "chlct  booster"; Jamwi; Fitapatrlo-c. ranohtr;  B.Gray,metohant}Prof. W. %  Walk^retlrod nj-rchani; W. O. Bead*  ���������r,    r&p^^-aplt-Jtot,* J. B.   Bfotly,  drnggUtt Ew 8. Boas, of Spokane   and  heavy property owner in upper Koote������  nay; naA .T.sTP. Ihmu, ehalmau-a hoard  of County Oomniiaaioners.   Those -Tom  Copeland were Balph Kerr, raiaoher; K.  B. Maxwell, vanohor; Jamea Douehne,  fiinohttrf Kol������rk Krause, ranohor, From  Port Hill oame T. K, Montgomery, Co-  ratailoner In District No 6; Oolin Smith,  ranofc-r; Jonh Behftrty, wn.eh������t" and C,  Flaming, XJ. 8. Customs Inspector.  There wave ulso a number of people  who came up from points along tha K.  V. on the other side of ihe line who ve������  turned the msaa  ���������Piano for Sale���������Nearly new, good  bargain tor quAok sale. Apply at The  Beview.  Uay MoK.lvey and fttul fcjfciunou ran  into a colt while coasting down Craw*  ..������������.-_, mmmm._  oil OuatlOf*     \f va/wun-UiiwM ox **���������"'vx" ���������*     r - piwu.    wv ������*j4.,^/v,._^.vs. w j-jvji������..-������-  -~w .-.���������������- ----���������-- -.-���������  Ferry, wbo hud been appointed chair- and ������|������W*y   when wo aro workhig ^ bcsfc mc|hods thftt couid be adopted  for  mun o.    tto   visiting .'booster-," to ������.  "������^mLZT?^' ^ *t.������. 1o^������. nr���������1 frinf 1I1. -aid reoort he obtnined  rec-.un ing  toko Ukj floor.      Although called up  on to BjNttalc bo-oro ho bod "felt    tho  pulse" .  ol    the moottng, Mr. O'Cal-  l������bhuu   iwung    W-to the  wo did not como iwixs to mtJ-e   bur- (these Iftnds^ and that the said report be obtained at tin- c- ������ri- j   m mA Mr|| w A PeM0 ,9ft ,Mt  iest nossible moment and that when completed it be   mixed 8*iur-uy tot the u__*t wh_r������ they in*  * ._..._.._. ������_ ������_���������_,      _!_.._  Rowwons; we only camu to icuiu.  '���������Yours ago we began working  on  over to the public to acquaint it with the result, and   with ������ J uu* tc;.p������d abooi;* ^f^;^*  --��������� ~ -unjee-at'reclamation.      We a**cd  our ioac.ai ���������;-t^  nUf% nf ^^,.rlnry nriv������te  euternnse to undertake the|  hand with tho know-edgo that ho Wtt8g0vonwu-nt    to contrlbuto so-nouwag, '" ���������* *, ���������    -  work if ahowa to be pracUcal.  .!-<��������� Hill.  mm  mm  VJI  -       .   - ...... *.*_.._.     .���������*, tf||������4A������sl_-  The Oastle -Kiuare enNirfnta������;������. wiit  tw h*t* Wedjaesday, Jan. 81 under th������  auaploe������otthel_adiea Auxillaty of the  TWhvtarlan   ohuroh.   The show will  --.������������. am <��������� Ifarea-atll-i HaU.  '..���������-���������'.���������'���������>*?&  >v  ������������������>":  7'  '���������    t  '.��������� 'N i*l.-';. f*"  ���������*��������� ..;. if?       ,<VI.  .'K-l. rj    -  .   tliv ���������  ,.  .     4  ll������  ii-iiiiii-naiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM'iiiliiiliiiliB'.iyiii  HlSll  iiiTiiliiiiiiriiiiiii  . ^.w^.Aw^-^tMW"'^.-m>*' *> v Wk**^_;  ������������fti iii-ihifft'iT-.i m������! i-Wftmi Mitfjiiiiijiiii-iisiil  "    -/LV^si  A"*-*,.  i������Wi,,i-'inmii-������ mil liiiiiiiwii iinii" n nil n ������ii-fllii.-IW  KM   mma/mmmu  OuU^j^y  |&^M >>���������  .3  THE   CRESTON  BEVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. C.  -*KCH-_--������-K-aH  "X   I  PRESSED  FRED  IVI.  WHITE  LONDON  WARD, LOCK & CO., LIMITED  (Continued?)  CHAPTER VIII    .  .  Rogues !n Counsel^. 4444./UW        ���������..���������.._..-.J ���������..__,=,. - "��������� ��������� ���������  ing to say another .word. What deep-  laid schemes the old man had in his  mind Fielden could Only faintly guess.  At any rate it was good to know that  Raffle - was satisfied and that-some  ���������careful plan was afpct with, a vie.w  to Copley's discomfiture. '  ''      '  "Perhaps you are wise to keep your  own counsel," Fielden said. "But I've  learnt * something this morning, too,-  Kaffle. There Is somebody in the  stable who is.disclosing secrets, and  the sooner you know it the better."  "I know'it already," Raffle grinned,  "tt is all part of the scheme." They  have got hold of one of the boys and  I am watching him carefully. I let  Mm take away just as much information as I like. Don't you worry about  me, Mr. Harry. I haven't bees at this  Same for fifty years without learning  a thing or two. I have always made it  a rule to go straight myself, but that  is*no reason why I.should keep ray  eyes closed as to the doings of other  people."  .-"Quite right," Fielden said approvingly. "But what do you know about  Mr. Copley? He is a stranger in these  ���������sarts."-  "That may be. sir, but he is no  stranger to me. I never forget a face,  and I've been on every race-course in  thods, and Sir George waa bound to  him hand and foot. Ic would be far  better to receive his coign of *vaa.a-,re,  especially as Copley had not t������ie  smallest idea of -.ne b!tt������r ennuy he  was maintaining arder his roof.  Meanwhile, Copley and his friend  Foster wer_ back from town again.  They reached Copley's establishment,  Seton Manor, just before dark. They  had not lost any time. Apparently  they had done, their work fairly well,  - * ...     .4 4. 4.1--.      ,_A~ - ��������� , ��������� -  ���������Of,    iH>lAJlOlM6    ������.-���������    -"'i    10.1,0    ������3VCUIl������6    JJt������-  pers, the Blenheim colt had receded  steadily in the betting. People were  askings themselves what had happened. Mo3t of the public knew and respected . George Haredala. Not the  faintest shadow rested on his reputation, and this fact had had somewhat  IL y'y. ��������� "'��������� ;;'-  __-, ���������i of a steady effect upon the market.  * D..+. +7w\r>orVi o certain division had  rushed in at these improved prices  to back their fancy ^ there seemed to  be an unlimited amount of money iaiu  against the horse. At any rate, Copley  was fairly satisfied. He had invested  several thousand pounds against the  Blenheim colt, which, in his opinion,  was already as good as out of the run-  xxx i.*& ���������  _** ������-v e������ ^ "-* ������* ������.���������  He came into what he called his  library just before dinner and found  Foster awaiting* him. Both 'were in  evening dress, both exceedingly shiny  and glossy, and both carried more  jewellery than was in accordance with  good taste. The guests were not expected for half an hour, so Copley  helped himself liberally to brandy and  soda and lighted a fresh cigarette.  "Any letters?" he asked.  "Nothing of importance," Foster replied. "When I left you this morning  I went round to see if I could see anything of Phillips. *He wasn't at his  lodgings, and they said he wasn't expected hack until tomorrow. Now  what are you going to do about that  chap?"  "Oh. let him go to the devil," Copley growled. ^  "Mv dear Copley, why do you always j  ���������ai'fr Uk������ that?   Why do you think that '  every man is a fool except yourself?  You" appear   to   be   very   prosperous.  Nobody can deny your courage.   And  tx^������������������..i... ^.;-.������,   =**������.=���������  nnt  r><,������-ol<?   n? 'PhillinS  4��������� v^.a.^4���������^    JV,���������������   ���������.4 v    ���������*������.*.   .......���������    ������������������    ���������  -,��������� _���������������..-  you seem to think that he is not dau-   ..���������        T    .Twit-,,1-   Ha   ia jS������lT\r4r,������4>tfr   hrt  g^YZl -.%-���������>. A      4.4-44-44      4A-������������������      *.*. -^ ^.^gf^.^ .-.^������   . _ -  goes to Scotland Yard and lays ail the  " "    possession before  _    .__.__ aQd  suppose  they  Copley lie   w as  Bsisg ssov  the stables by  Sir George.  like him, and I didn't like his man-1 Dt������-3_0������ *0- vqur arrest.    Ana once  ner, and thinks I. to myself 'I wonder \ ZZ������ ������t"0ut there vou know what will  where I've  seen you before?*      And ! XT~^r    It -jhh h* ail. un' then."  then there suddenly flashes into my       "Thinking  about  vour'own  skin,"  ������aemory a litcle incident thai happen-j c    -      sneered.  ed'at Lincoln maybe half, a century j   -.^vell  g<^ what if I am!   1 haven't  since.   I can see it as plainly as I cas. j ^,, ���������    '..^.i;,,,    tfemnerameat    like  Caused Sore Throat and Ton-  siiiiis.   filestore-, by  Peruna.    ;   ;  Mr. W. H.  Housley.  Greenville,  Tennessee,  writes:  "Five years  ago I took a  cold    which  resulted    in  Ia   M^Srtvt*.     T  mm5���������������.5S5S:SK������n������3c������3o53SooS3S85585585"  ~]S$SK������S���������   never,   was  so bad off.   I  _^nn      J���������."      V-J  IITCWE?       *���������1       A���������-_,  se v e r a1  weeks, and  when I did  get up I had  ton si 1 ftia  and so re  throat.  "1   tried  to  cure  this for  imVSidmm  ... ,.  Mr. W. H. KoHslay.  e!_hteen  roonths, but it gradually got-worse. A  doctor advised me to have nay. tonsils  cut out, but I did not like the Idea. J put into pota for winter^ use  Another doctor examined las. and told. " ~*"~  me the same thing. I finally got a bottle of Peruina, and a-.er'' * had taken  one bottle my throat was better,: I  bought and used a dozen bottles, and  saw I was going to get well, and ! did.'*  FATTED SHEEP    ,  TsiiS of the Syrian Breed Weigh Ten  to Fifteen Pounds  It has been suggested -that in the  sheep-fattening process, which is com-  mon in the vicinity of Damascas, one  might be able to trace the original  meaning of the Biblical phrase, "the  fatted calf." Mrs. Mcintosh thus de-y  scribes the process in her book, "Damascus" :  "The sheep differ from ours, wnen  we show pictures of the latter to the  natives they ask what animate vhey  are. They miss the enormous tails of  the Syrian sheep, in which the fat of  the body seems to concentrate, and  ..which, after skinning and preparing,  biten weigh ten to fifteen ?pbund_i  :? "Early in the summer??the_yhead of  V-.'������t-. P������--������v-.1ir Ki.yto . r*V*> OA-.*** ������u,i\ir-,_*f rtW-XN  ^i^Via      *"'T-'" ������ ��������� j       *��������� *��������� J ���������*    ���������*-**- ,. ���������������--**���������-*   .%m.ff%mm*������     %-���������-.-*������-  ;two or three sheep; according to-me  rank in life of his wealth. The women  and children devote themselves with  great zeal to fattening these sheep.  The children fill large baskets with  mulberry leaves and carry them to  their mothers. - These several: times  a day and also in the night take little  \vceden stools* and ������it up by the sheep.  with one hand tl.ey keep rthe sheep's  mouth open; with the other they cram  #_,    *!.������.    t������..4Vrto     *rvv*������l������������������'; *>,������������-   -H/wtrtt. tHo  III      4.I16      ������42������������������W4J,       *V,4 ��������� .444-       ,MV.44       4*4.W-���������       B...V  throat.- '��������� ���������-';���������'���������-.���������.M-.^v'      ......'  "Twice a day-the sheep are led to  the village fountain to drink, and their  coats are frequently washed. About  the end of September the work of the  women and children comes to an end.  The sheep have grown so fat they cannot stand up. They are then killed.  Their flesh is b6Hed. with spices, and  lto potB for- winter use. The  inincumeat is eaten as a relish at fes������  tivitU>s." ? ' '  Sickh������a._4C4ch__--~ncurs4lgich__-iaehss���������splitting,  blinding headaches���������all vanish when you take  Na-Drsi-Co Hea_!acl_e Wafers  They do not contain phenaeetin, acetanilid,  morphine, opium or any other dangerous drug.  25c. a box at your Druggist's. ' 123  G4Ai,iQnA_ Onus _. Ow-Micas.Ca. ������(f carasa. tif-irso.  i<iMQs TALKED OF A DUEIU.  the country during the past twenty-   f^ormauon in- his  ���������  five years.   The first time I saw Mr.   t������������* p^pjg  mere,  Coolev  he  was  being shown ss~-pd   communicate with  the authorities in  d.dnt j Caj5e TownT t_e result will be an ap-  see this book in my hand.   And then  &������*������������������  voyyg.  Of course, we could buy Phll-  I knew that Mr. Copley, the African' ^s Qff: ^t least we could buy Mm off  -millionaire, was one 01 tne same witr  the welsher that I had seen half killed  at ?Lincoln all those years ago. Well,  it wasn't for me to say anything about  it, for i can find you a score of mea  today rich and prosperous men, who  started life.amongst the scum of the  racecourse. I have been mating a  tew- inquiries amongst my old pals,  and It is just as I expected.   Mr. Cop-  for the time being ana steep ms saouta  ���������   -    - pio_  for  .-���������.qajI        ������-i*-. ������irt<^  shut tilt we devisea  getting rid of him altogether. But he  is a cit-ming devil, is Aaron Phillips,  and has learnt how to p-sqiit...by past  experience.    It is no use asking hin.  to come to your hotel.   He isn't going  to walk into a trap like that, and he  iBn't going to wait much longer, either.  T-  -  4,_..i^   ������Hvp h>m    a    thousand  ley may be a rich man now, but he is |, tjouqqs ^.st to go on with why������������������  _ui_it asAbigva scamp as ever he was \ ~ ...^  thousand devils!"    Copley    ex-  enfi Sir George ought to Snow it.    I f -lafmed furiousiv.    "And where am  i-\easona->������c Request        5  It was a cold night. The traveiier  inquired at the only hotel in the little  town if he could be lodged for' the  a.is'ht, but was informetd th&t It ���������Bras  full up;  "gi.* ���������"ou must ������iYe ms some sbr*  of accommodation." said the stranger.  "Surely you don't want me to, sleep  under the starry, but chilly skies?"  "Well," said the proprietor, the best  we can do is to make you up a bed  in the passage and curtain it o������������ tor  you." And so It was arranged.  ��������� In the dark watches of. the night the  traveller awoke. A freezing draught  chilled him and the sheet which had  been hung up as a partition was blowing merrily in the breeze. The traveller rose and shouted for the landlord.  *'What is it?" queried a ..voice from  the stairhead. .  "'      *4T>1_���������������^4    ������������        ~*4������43        *h������       C������*^_���������4���������,454^*       f|W,f4^1V  &   ������V<������������������*���������", 4344.44-       4.44.S5      4������~4.������4.44_,W_        _.4���������...-.J! ,  "may I have a sheet of' pins to lock  my bedroom door with?".  A leading theatrical manager told  a dramatic critic stories as he strolled  in the bright, cold weather down  Broadway.  "There was o_te chao,"; said he. "I  tell you Mr. Harry, it fairly makes my  ���������blood boil to aee that blackguard  swaggering around here and hanging  around Miss May as if she belonged  io *hini* It fair spoils my enjoyment  and my .food, it does. Eat you see  how difficult it is for a man in my  :. position to interfere. But in your  ic!_.sc it is different' "  Fielden shook his head sadly.    His  ��������� case was very ^different indeed. More  nnd more bitterly did he blame himself for the heedless, senseless folly  ������������������which had brought him to his present  pitch.    How changed    things    might  have been if he had only shown ordln-  ..   ary prudence!     And  what would he  ,.nain if ho went to  Sir George with  "   these vague stories about Copley? He  could not doubt 'out that Sir George  was deeply In Cophiy'B debt, and that  Goploy had brought this about so that,  when-the time came, he could force  -'May  to   marry   him.     These   painful  >    thoughts wore uppermost in his mind  as he strode back to the houBe.   ��������� He  ������������������' . 'could notshake them off. though May  . r .railed  him .on   his  quiel'tieas  and   of  fered him the traditional penny for his  thoughts.  ,,<.������������������'' -'I .Hno.w what is the matter," she.  "'said gaily. " "You.are fretting because  "��������������������������� you "have   nothing to .-.do.     But   that  ���������.  won't be for long.. Do you Itnovy that  "'" we are dining* with'Mr. Copley tonight  ���������������������������    and that "ybii..--hiivo... heen .inclndwil in  tlm Invitation?. Mr. Copley telephoned  "��������� from liohdon and you were'especially  ���������������-���������' Wiehtiohed by Jiajno. ..And I am.sure,  ���������    HJ n.lH ,n������ a.word for you. tho post  ��������� '*' will be as feoo'd as yours. ��������� Before long  ������-���������- you  will   be occupying >in.. important  place   In   the   racing .world,  and   the  rest is ih' your owiiJhahdHV   You have  ��������� c rthe! cohaolatlQu;-. topv.<at., knowing that  .. ttb 4011,0, haB' rocogniBed you."  ^     irwas On tlie tlp^of Fielden's tongue  - -' toca-ofuso.'rt: It waa. repugnant to his in-  nonets  to  tnlce  service  with  a  man  lilc^'Copliiy;' Ytlt on the otherihand.  ;j.  ;H wa;srfair enough  to fight tWs fellow with hlfl own woapons.    Through  b!m Flolden had lost tho chatter1 of his  ��������� -lifetimo.   But for.hJm..and hlii^rnscally  RflHoclat^s. Floldon and PhflHps would  ''"fcttvo  been' rich  men- today.    And  if  .:    iomethtng were .not    dom������    upeeillly.  then   a  fat*   which   wart   worno  than  'death.-awaited' May   Hun������.*(lal������*. ���������     To  ��������� lum hie hack upon a chancp like this  krould bo to procipltato tho very calamity which h������i wtiH moHt anxious to  avert.    Copley was tho type of strong  wan who always pr^tn bia way. !���������!������������������������ wan  not tho'l<?aHt acrupulouH an to Ins mc-  PrfjrS-  *���������>���������  ^Seiar ^ic,.;h^ "?=rss  \ :FI?L.LS ���������>-  r!'iAv^-.'::-:<i^  going to get a thousand pounds? I  mean, where am I going to get it just  at this moment? I've got this place  here, which isn't paid for. I maanged  co get the bank to advance the money  till I could complete the purchase, and  the furnishings was an easy matter.  One can get as much credit as one  likes in this country, provided one  winks at extortinate charges. And  as I' will never pay for the stuff at all,  the West End tradesmen can charge  what they please. But the fact remains that though people are tumbling  over one another to get my custom I  am fairly at my wits' end for ready  cash. Of course it will be all Tight  when the flat season begins in earnest With any luck there'll be a hatful'of money to share between us before the October meeting at Newmarket. We ought to make over a thousand pounds at Mirst Pardon Saturday week. I suppose you ve got it  all ready. Got the telephone in place?  The worst of this game is that one  'has to take so many, people into his  ""OhrThafB all right." Foster ex-  plained. "Everything is in its place  now. I .went down to Mirst Park the  day before yesterday. The house is  finished and all the work men have  Kone. The telephone is in good order  beoauBo T have tried it. The man who  fixed up the extension from the hall  to the roof was a bit curious, but. 1  managed to put him off tho scent by  aome lie about the doctor's orders and  a patient who had been recommended  to *ry outdoor treatment. But we  ought to have a mechanic of our own,  Copley. If any hint of our little secret  leaked out. the man who fixed that extended telephone would be certain to  aoo it. and naturally he would ask  hlmpelf a quostion or two. The fewer  outsiders  wc  have to  deal   with  the  better."  "That's right enough." Copley  agrocd "Then there's nothing to kettle  now. Did you rehearse tho bit in  Covent Garden?"  "Oh yes. 1 was in.tho office wo  have taken next door to tho Post Club,  and went through the whole thing  with Hadlev, who was stationed out-  ������lrto Thoro waftn't a hitch anywhere,  T don't Hee why wc nhouldn't dear 11  thousand pounds: indeed, wc might  mako a grout deal more. But perhaps  it would bo juot. bh well to ho on the  safe sldo. It would bo a fatal mia-  tako to aroiibo tho suspicions or the  bookmakers at the beginning, and if  thiH Hohomo breaks down, wo'vo Rot  another ono."  Coploy smiled n* he llnlsheil his  brandy "uiul fcodu. H<- lhr������-w tl,e end  of hlH rignretto In the gruto iib the  door boll rang,  "Como alonw." ho mild. "Iloro aro  our gtiostH. Let uh go into tho drawing-room and wait for thoni. Wo nniRt  nmuimn rospoctabiHty cvon If we havo  It not."  (To bo Continued)  persistent. I refused hjs: farce seven  times, and he stljl kept .turning up  with it, re-written here and "there.  "The  eighth  time  he cams  I told  him firmly that it was no use.  " 'But .sir.' he said. Is there no pos-   further funas,  But George ll. and Frederick of Prussia Didn't FSgbt  The nersonal enmity which existed  between George II. and Fr-Jderiek.  King of Prussia, reached at one time  to such a height that; as Baron By  field was informed on good authority;  the monarchs eo^eeived the very singular design of grati.ying,s.t *n a dual.  King George made a 'cjioice of -Brigadier Sutton for his second, and the  King of Prussia of Colonel. Derschau.  The territory of Hildersclielm was  picked on for the meeting. His Britannic Majesty was then at Hanover,  and His Prussian Majesty had come  as far as Salzdahl, near Brunswick.  _Tsaron 4^%^^��������� 1., -���������.^ ��������� . u44-0.V.4. ..4.4**4mv_i.  at London, and later dismissed from  the court in a very abrupt manner,  having repaired to the King, his master, at Salzdahl, found him in such a  violent passion that he did not think  it advisable .directly to oppose, his de-  iiign, but to gain "time feigned to approve of the extraordinary combat  which His Majesty .meditated, and he  even offered to carry the challenge.  The challenge wae not sent. Ministers on both sides gained time, the  choler of both parties evaporated, and  the following year the quarrel was  made up..- -v.  **  r-imt Tor nuooy *  -t  They lived in one of thbse new gar-  deu.suburbs. where everyone loves his  neighbor, and the green grass grows  greener, and the Houses"ar'vvhlte and  red.   The great scandal of the moment  in that particular suburb was the.story  that a newly married lady had ruth:  lfjssly hurled ay platesat^her hubby,?  b.cause he liad\Ty^atS?^.^ija.' error xs>  ult-'upon-her ..h^.^hat^?|/!r������^.Nextdo6r  was as flabbe^gas?tedlj,-it; |Jie talo<?ejs.  anyone, and afew har?owh5huBbaria'V  attention.to the matter.  He placed^ hlBrfaceynearw to^sthatipi  ..-���������' -....��������� ..... ��������� u       .......       ������������������.|M     ,14... ���������4.-     JtJ444���������B ..  . _>1|.  very long, either���������-as she: riemarked  tenderly: -.        '     ��������� Jyy" -M ' .������������������ |r'  "I c^Jld1 nevsr thrcw^ ahytKfng%$  you, could. 1, pettie. however crossly  tt had made me." y^v  "No, ducky,* i am sure you couldn't.  You wouldn't if you .could, and I .aim  cortalh'iyou'ir'uovef.try;''.' '"fi'r-'x  tfl'ly  "Of course I couldn't. Jack," replied  his better, half. .,"You^see,L haven't  got a new -hat,tor you to sit; ph." J  An aged colored man. was engaged  in burning the grass o'ff the lawn; dJE  a-young broker when the. latter returned to his home, and, thinking to  have some fun with the old man, said:  "Sambo; if you burn.ythat.?grass, the-  entire lawn will be' as black as you  '"Da.t'3 all- right;- suh," responded the  negro. "Some o' dese'days dat grass  ''srd'T tsp an' be'as'green'��������� as .youh  ,are.w '���������������������������*.'������������������ . ���������:. .; '   y.--  i  e.  Here's the biggest  can of easv-shiuiacr  ** ^p  '-'"w'������__*__4_. '     '  When Y������ur l������@s is@i Oare  Try Murine Eye Remedy. No Smarting���������Feels  Fliier-Aota Quickly. tX_t It. for Red, Weak,  Wa.eryJSyes sad Q.anulated Eyelids..IUub-  trs.ted. BsoS in each rsokage. Slurlne ia  coiTjFPttnaGa by our; Ocwjlsts���������not a vftttent Mea-  iclae"���������but ns<)d In suo-essfnl Physicians* Pra'o-  tlcft icr siazsy years: So" d������-*inated to th& Public and sold toy DrugglMs at 2So ana eOo per Bottle.  Marine Bye Salvo m Aeeplie Tab--,- 2bo awd 69c.  Murine Eye Remedy Co.k Chicago  It's a paste���������easily applied���������and  Fl,vf* ������lbrilliantlybla������-: poll-li that  f������ *ot afiected by the fceaf.,   JfsjsjaUv-  for atoves, pipe*, ^rate* aad  roa ^������-rk.  .ii_.,*f your dealer does ������_. carry  VBlack Knight ��������� Stove Polish. aendns  lils a_me and 10c. aad *re wiUscad.a  .ull sise tin by return saall. 35  thb f. p. nAiXBY co., uurru>."  H-mlI;oa.Oat.  Sham Battle Shams  muddle.   The  Whence the "Grass Widow"  To give positively the origin of the  expression "grass widow? appears to  be Impossible. ������rhe authorities do;not  agre������ oh this point.- Cne contends  that a woman who said to her friends  that her .husband "had gone, to graBS"  following a separation is entitled to  Us.,   /.T.e.flll'   #\f -j-rwlmintfr .>Kia   av-r,4n_c3at4^n   .'.���������  Our writers. have attempted to find  an explanation of it in the French  word 'grace" to Bignlfy a widow by  courtesy. In the Scandinavian languages the prefix "grass" being in  common use, others have conjectured  that it comes from the Word- "grading" meaning greedy; this signifying  a woman who longs for the husband  who is gone. ,  These give a wide- enough choice.  ���������-,-:���������-..    He Was Helping  i. ^S.itX"_.-.-������-",m&n, vhpse son is a  resident at Princeton, -had found .frequent .occasion .to. remohstrate  with  4-������ ..   '     1- ���������-^        "A ��������� ..X1.t ���������_T.    Vim 44>v4.4.������.TT.������C4rOT,4-0  IIlS UUJf- UJUUUlUfj 44.K,   ������������������     W^.-4 4-  .*-04���������4������_,  but the father invariably "comes to  the front" .when request Is made for  Nothing is really sacred until all  _4U9tlAVa���������4 V Jl t?s  'Purples" were supposed to be Invading the territory of the  "Greens,-'*--but why there or what they-  were they didn't exactly know.  A'���������' lafge detachments of the "Pur-  Pies" beg2.ii tc ^ cress th������ riv_i* \\v m_  wooden bridge to attack a small'de-  roared the "Greens."     "HI!  You mustn't cross here!    Can't you.  see the notice?    This bridge is supposed to be destroyed."  ���������*H*n.! Is It?" responded the captain ot the "Purples," grimly. "Well^.  then; we're supposed to be swiiuiuiug:  across."  The Man of It  ?������-���������. Reed (witn magazine).���������Heme's.  a fine photograph of a jury of California women and they appear to bo  paying close attention to a woman,  witness."  Mr. Steed (siyiy).���������Yes. wnat i������-  she wearing?  i  ,"X envy the man who believes that  superstition about Friday." said Mr.  Growcher.'  "I. consider it depressing."  "Not at all.    A max. ought tc be?  mighty comfortable who can feel euro  there's vonly one unlucky day in the  wa-lr !*'  sible way you could put my farce on  the stage?'  r"������Well.'   said  I.  'there's  one   way.  but T don't know it you'ji submits '  " 'Oh. I'd submit!* he cried.   'I'd submit to anything!'  "*Th*n.' said I. 'we'll grind it up and  use it aB a snow storm.'" -.   ���������   '  Making Sure  The wifp of an over-worked promoter said at breakfast. "Will you  noBt this letter for me. dear? It's to  ihe furrier, countermanding my order  for that. $900 sable and erminfe stole?  You'll be sure to remembpr?"  The red eyes of the harrassed. shnb-  bv promoter lit up with Joy. TTe  seized a skipping rope that lay with  a heap of dolls and toys In a corner,  and going to his wife, he Raid: "Here.  Me TTiv right, hand to my le.t. so I won't  forget." "  On his last letter to his son, the  father, after the, usual recital, stated  that he was forwarding a cheque for  ?50, and he wound'up with:���������  "My son, your ^studies are costing  me a great deal!"  To which the hopeful in the next letter replied:-���������  "I know It father; and I don't study  very hard, either."  Bv the use ol a specially constructed apparatus. In which helium was  evnnornted in a vessel surrounded bv  liquid helium. (Professor Kamerlingh  Onnes has succeeded in evaporating  helium at a pressure of about two-  tenths of a millimeter. Thp temporn-  ture thus attained correspond^ to  nhout "1.8 degroeB nbBolnte. the lowest  temperature on record, says the  Scientific American.  Helping Her Out  "Why didn't you get a younger turkey?" demanded the husband. ��������� ���������    ���������   -  "I told the dealer I was rather  green," faltered the young wife, "so  he advised rhe to take an old. experienced one."  Fadmfor We^Wotmn  Nine-tentha of all thesickneas ot.we-aen is due to tome deran������������men. or. dia������  ease of the priana dietinctly feminine. Such aiokaeoa can be cured���������it cured  every, day. by y   ���������:���������.���������.'..:.  rv_^ ��������� irmm .-^__^.������������������rf_.L  _7l-������'������,^_'^_.'#_.^_ Tfc^^^, - ^Z^&Z������������������-������.���������  j_-ir. _rierc6 sr%-���������* ���������^~���������  The first railway in Argentina was  laid in 1867, and waB six miles long.  In 1910. that^ country^ had eighteen  thousand mile-, of railway.  It Makes Wesk Women Strong,  Sick Womenr Well.  It:ac.s directly on the organs affected end is at the same time a general reatorav  tive tonic for the whole system. It cures female complaint right in the privaoy  oi home.' It makes unnecessary the disagreeable questioning, examinations;?������nd  local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors, and to abhorrent to  every modest womah.  We shall not particularize here as to the symptoms of  those peculiar affections incident to women, but those  wanting full information as to their' symptoms and  means of positive cure are referred io the People's Common Sense Medical Adviser���������1008 pages, newly revised  and up-to-date Edition, sent free on reoeipt of 50 one-  cent stamps to cover cost of wrapping aad mailing only,  in French cloth Jbfcding. Address; Dr. R. V. Pierce,.  No. 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.  W. N. U. N*. 882.  Pulrtwln, Kim.. I������ the home' nf moro  HUpeniiiMit* ���������������������������! j,i ,.���������i.4i.ii.., |,4n u,i |,4,,  thiin any other town of Hh slzo In the  world. The nplrlt of the phif-f Jiiul  Mill I m  them.   ���������*<������!   n<il������'iwln  lb OWIIiuI  Hllll  opernted by MelliodiHtH nnd stands in  n chiHK hy Itnc.lf.  Of the 12,000.000 tonH of Iron ore  which Hpnln mlnoH each year, only  about fl.ooo 000 tenn are unfld at home,  tho re hi hulnii ux ported.  Net Wofrthy the Name  A newsboy, having received''n quarter from a lady ;for whojn. he had ,gono  an errand, resolved to convert it into  coppers. With that intention he'went  to one of tho banks in tfcc city. piiBlVoa  open the door, and marched up to tho  counter; hut the teller, failing to recognize the Importance of the transaction bade'him run away. home.  Deeply hurt, tho urchin drew him-  oolf togetbor. walked ,ro tho door, and:,  thoro, standing on tho mot. surveyed  thp entire ploco and oyeryono thoro-  '"Call yerHelf a hunk," he exclaimed  'with lofty dlfidaln. "an' can't change  a quarter."  ��������� '      ,  '     ,������ ., ��������� -        U,..|  I....,  Remember the Accent  "Quean1  Mary." wild the teacher to  tho chiHU In the history loRtton. "Iojyd  Franco po much that site declared the  word  Calais  would  bo found  wrlttoi.  ncroBB hor heart alter fllic wan dead."  i'uuuiug tor a  iiioii'out  llio (cuclicr  lookrd at  n hoy stcndlly.  ".limmy Smith."���������"aho fluid, "you wore  not llRtonlng."  "Oh, yon I was." Jimmy replied,  "Woli,  what did  Queen  Mary  nay  would   ho  fo.tnd   wrltton  iiciohh   her  heart?"  "Kolly,"   waa   .Jimmy's   trlumpliaiii  reply.  fO.KIPHity  Tt������'irny.���������Aw. pwouo noauty. yon"  npnrn '"������' lov*> now I I,et me tel) you  I will not always ho a dork���������I��������� '  foKfty.    Of couirnD. yo������ m*y ho flrfd.  linlr  Hewitt.���������Do yon wilnlt    long  mal(OH a man looK iniuliectuai?  .Tijwltt.���������Not when hia wife flnrtn It  ou hlu coat; It waken him look fooll-h.  This  Cbritrete Root r  Cellar,'' Costs'''' Le_-S Than  Wood and is Much More  Duirable t  Cement Is particularly adapted to th_ construction of Root Cellar floors and wallf.  Experience proves that for the farmer, Concrete is superior to wood in every point of  comparison.  Concrete permits of a desirable degree  ������f coolness without freezing. There is no  question as to its durability. Concrete lasts,  not for years, but for ages; and needs no  repair.  Anyone who has scooped v<rgetables from  tlie eld plank floor will apprecia.1- t������tc fact thst  Concrete offers a smooth, continuous surface  with, no projecting plank ends or nails to  damage the scoop or ruttle the temper ot the  acpoper.  ail-  ^-OS-..  ���������Von  .   may owiA  a-a a -opf  of "WKat ���������������  Vnrrtor 'Can ->���������  s-mtlt     0-aowts,  JfrnUM  AmtX\  The various Uses to which  Concrete may be profitably  put, on tiie farm, are plainly  and simply in our 160-page .  ^.bpp-v . "��������� .        ...   ��������� . y _: ' ..  'What the Farmer Can  Do Wiih Concrete*  whloh sliowa hew the foHowinc  farm l/ulldlng* And utMltlea tan  bo constructed of eeneret*:���������  Darns, Clatarna, r>Mlr|������a, Dipping Tanks, Found-liana, Fano*  Potta, Feed I no Floors. Quttara,  Hana' Naata,, Hitching Paita,  Hon* Block., Mou-at, Poul-  Bhaltar Walls, Otablaa, Otalra.  BUIIa, Btapa, Tanka, .Trouohai '  Walks,  and ao forth,   ,  ���������awrt for l���������������It'e *ra_~a������n>u/������h  ������ re������uiarly (������������11������ for (Op., Writ*  to-day.   , ���������''���������:>.<���������  ���������CANADA,   "'  CEMENT CO.,  L-mitedl  61-CO Nction&l Rank  Eutklinar.  MONTREAL  m  wm  _%t-ii  .,...*.  |������__b_BC  mmm  mmmmm*  ���������<l���������.  ^-gaaigttl-a*Tai&trr.g:,Ttgi: am".  MHP  riiiifii.Mfjj ^ 'if^'' :"!.'��������� ���������T^i'"'"jC"'': '^ ���������'" -^-^ rrw?^' *.^-'*ii ^-i v'-i^ ��������� ."������������������' r*^-3*"'^  mS^W^^^M^^^i^-^^^^SM^fSM  '3**  wmMm  vm*  i:M*  ��������� :-; '������������������������������������ i'vff-. ~t?'r *"*-��������� \t:L:. .'Ht.,*'f .���������  '^^'������������������*_i ��������� fc'.V/.v'i.JS* ���������'''������*��������� -i*.-  :-V.''/^'.?'--''.'.''^.''r.'".?f^:"i5.^..'':   -'"��������� ���������' ' Wh'  .'f -'X  ���������".i.S'v  f OR RURri!S^ZAf...BUK  ? .Stops Pain atyp.ncies'-  y:���������% This is - the? verdict: ofc_di|wbju"have  %trled ^am-Buk.? Th������"::wom������n yin ..the  y borne? knows bast fts value.    A rburn  K-.i;.; ;v ti ��������� lift _s������;*-* _ _rf-i_i:.1 ;\._-?A/_5 g *".::o e_ i.rVf*P ���������' '*   ^ I  IVfeW^^-t^EST^  feH-W.i^Vi':'-!!';..;  l^-M..   Lvr.���������4-$^!>,x_-_ia___  ,^....Jr...;tw������-.������.������������������MWi imii'  -g^iissaass-sgs-  *.TJVT.iV-J.tKiftl  >-:.v-,.'...-yH2f..  *"<*?���������  ���������>'..'  immense/Structure Wiij    Unite    I He.  ;?Citi^?off^^a^to>. andy.Strsthcoija:?  Next to?;the rebuilding of the L.a-  tthlne^ Bridge 'at..Montreal, the largest  .    _ ���������__,     _      ������������������-���������_��������� -__���������     .. . i ���������   bridge construction work being done  *rom-the stove,?from^^^^  ereetiqUjipf a large high level'bridge  : .not pari, Is Instantly soothed bysZara-?  ^'Bwk. When the little bnesyfal-T and;  ';''; ������ut or scratch themselvesivZam-l^uk.  ������:,������tops ths pain and, incidenmViyiVtlieiri  ���������'if 'Crying. The best'���������. proof of this is the  ;!T^act that children who have once neiJ  'v^am-Buk Applied, come; for it again.  :;y p0p- .i������anyirserious burns;" iopvyit is-  ;'��������� unequalled. ?Mr; John Johnston, oft  ��������� *?34 South Marks Street, Fort Will-am,  !i a moulder in. Copp's Foundry, saya..;  ] -"Som������ttnie- ago 1 burned; the- t-jp;it  k'V?lmy't'__btvSe'verely'-'-:by' dropping d^ino  2? molten iron from a ladle I was cany-  ; ing. A large hole was burned thronga  :U-ny shoe and into the.top.pt.niy foot.  r I was? isSeu, -jome. and Zam-Buk waa  ; 'applied to 4 he burn., directly. It was  ? ?jBurpri8ing?' whatTreltef ,- this i,~a������m���������' af=  The burn was sq deep and'so  afe?Edi������bnton, Alta. Since August;  19l6y th������* railway has* been at w<.*fc  oh*the big construction which wili/be-  fore many months span the Saskatchewan river from side to side and unite  the cities oxJ^dniDntoh:and ��������� Strathcbha  in a Greater; ? Edmonton.'4 The 'new  bridge wlU'be" 2;8Q0 fe^t .bag andt;200  feet above water level, and-will?Cost  oyer ?!,500,000.;? ?/Thisre . will:;b0 two  deck-.;? tbe supper ;'_b������ thieS carrying ?of  the Canadian' Pacific tracks and street  railway tracks,rond>the lower deck ,:for  r pas_en__i' and vSbieu&ritfsS-fie. Jehu  B. Gunn������������������;-'__ Sous; bf Winnipeg, were  awarded the contract:for< the substructure and .commenced t^e work ofcex;  cavatlhfe th_ pier' founuatioas, in -"A'dgfr  ^ntlon, but Z^tn-Euk ^Vented otber   ?^' ^Mffl* J^^^^1^^  ,-r*9f;  iatmi^m^nm  -^������444^,'..T;./viVS:4n������3!   -%&mt&.  '���������SaiiTsasa  .t.,-v(.w.*a(I  ���������Wzm?M  C^lland let us explain our -.ijecial Anti^aggii-g,Anii^ti^oiiaim Accurate Sowing ^features/' ���������; ��������� ??:?;'?  ���������>*^'^'tf*l^*'M**,'^'^w^'^1*^������,M^"������f^-----a-4^-_M--aw-aa>-Blw-----^^  lilfSS  I  ���������^^^"D_id" and "daddy*' wei^ew-lV known  in this country-in the sixte%th; century; "papa" did hot cbme iii. borrow^  ;ed frprt^abroad; iintil they seventeenth  c.entjuiry^wa well advanced. .Florlo,  at the end of the fcrin_rV;celstttry ? de-  fined the Italian :"pappa"'as,''the firfiu  Word;that;chihiren are tah_h- tb call  their.>lat&er;iaB-'Surs'''-S^?������-'>d^:io,r.'-''.d9d-:'  idie.;^: '!&*$% _efem^tb.>-^,������-.^_om-  moner to maflklnd of ,tlte^w-^J*������������UH-  icaa in the "Odyssey" caii'sTher? father  X'pappa phile," dear papav but Greek  bad '*tata������ also; and Welsh^has 5'tat"  and lri������h "<tai<i." '  'ocoinplications arising, and as It was  r Bdaily applied, soothed the pains and  ;.MlTa^S>-;tbe-.';?lnflammi_Uon.-v;v-,.In,v;..the..  fccoursebf'two weeks the Mole burned  ,v fin my foot:had been quite healed."  Mr.  W.   B.  Glbsbn,    of ^:;Beilevi!li9^.  -writes:    "We have: tried Zatn-Buft of*  ���������ten on  cuts  and  sores, and I. think  'there is nothing that can, equal It."  Zam-Buk will also be .fbuvid a sure  rcure for cold sores, ch&pped hands,  -frost bites, ulcers, blood-poison, varl-  i,oose sores, piles, scalp sores, ting-  ��������� worms' Inflamed patches^ babies': en-p-t  tions and -chapped places, and .skin!  'injuries generally. All druggists and  stores sell at 60c. box, or post free  'from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price.  * Oh, tbe littleness? of the lives that  ��������� ^\re are  living,  denying to  ourselves  the bigness of that thing wiric'n is to  ^>e a man, to be a child bf God!���������Phil-  "lip Brooks.  Warts oa the hands Is & disfigure-  -ment>tbat troubles, many ladies. Hbi-  loway's Corn Cure will remove- the  ~b.em.shes without pain.  Mr. IJomely.���������I see you keep copies  of all the letters you write,to your  wife. Do you do it to avoid repeating  yourself. y"'i '"'��������� *.?;- /f"yy<y '  'Mr. Faraway.���������No. To avoid contradicting myself.  "    Onifr One ^BROMO OUlNHMEf    ������������������  Th&t  Is  LAXATIVE   BROMO-QUmiNSS.  ������.T;ok for ������h^ signature e? S3. "W. C5ROVB.  'iCsedl  tiife World  over  to  Cure  a Cold* in  One'Day.        25c. .,���������.-.  handing -rb=_aok    . "  "What an excellent Judge of human  nature you are." ;  "Do you think so?"  ^���������1 do Indeed." ;v*..  "Just why?" "-'-';'  "You flatter* so beautifully." ^  ���������������������������''-V'-'t^ y^'Overcomina;'. Nature..    .,'..������������������.  There was a maid .In, our -town V  Who did ribt'palnt, 'twaBaaid.??  'iB'dcsuss li5r SG?t~''������n2'r'Sii-���������tjlsd ��������� chssl-s  Were n__.de by nature red.  two main ;jHer9?';Jh:>nsidT stream: were  raised above water level before? the-  ice. was broken up in "the spring. Nig-ty  and'day?BhlftB?^ere-empibyed;i^ Order,  to accomplish this end. Ifouhdations  ,fof ail the vPierst were .excavated last,  year and this; year the concrete vybrk.  was commenced. '"        ���������??,;.������!i  In excavating for the largest pier?  on the ?nprth Bide of the bridge thba-  sands of .ublc feet of earth:were'TeV  moved. ' It was necessary to .;? ?ciit  through a seam of co-,I seven feet "in  -_l t-1 _*__. ��������� __.^,i       frit* i _..   ������1_ ���������. i    ������������������ ��������� t..' ��������� ��������� .*��������� --���������x -S   *-"_":��������� i-, <m, ���������  iiiii;ftuD55.;,...*Hio.COa.1...vvssai^fgu-i.u.au .uc  of fairly' i^bdqtiaHiyi^d^^^  was used for fuel for tbe engines op?,  eratlng the; derricks. The thousan^-  cf cubic yards of gravel used were  dredged from the fiver bed and washed? by "a?* plant locaited'ati the)scene cf  opefatioUv'' The''������������������subatffcwture ?of the  bridge was completed in August last  ���������'ye,ar7\-'-'''f.-*,:; "'';''-:---; .     ? ���������' -  When completed the bridge will be  supported by thirty-two? piers and pedestals. 'There are four lairge ee*ntntl  piers 13S feet high. Ths centra! pie^a  are ^twenty : feet, square, at the base.  The C.P.R. will occupy the' centre $1  the bridge and on either side will run  the.street railway. "Forty feet beio$*  the level of the' tracks will be the traffic deck of the bridge with a roadway  23 feet wide, and an eight foot hid>  waikbn:each??Bide.. As a result of t������i������i  building of:; the ttewi bridge: the Ed-  monton street railway will s^/e sM)h>  miles per day in the runibetwee������������ I-u-  monton and Strathcbna^iss,...the _I5._?-  tassee -saved between:i?the? t^yx points  by the erection of the new bridge is  one and one-eighth miles.y> v . ���������;  '? Byy& coincidence the? point ohosSn  by the Caiiadiali FaGlfic .ivaiiWsy -wr  its new bridge which' will;give their  trains entrance yto Edmonton by the  south Is ������exactly5 at the point where  lay the oldest and easiest ford across;  the Saskatchewan-Riyef in* the 'olden  days. In a few month^tigigfv-giant  locomotives, street cars and automobiles will glide over tbe Saskatchewan  Valley high In the air on this most  modern: substitute ^for.the old ford  acrbas which iajtew decades sso. In-  dians nirged their -ponies; a_������-ik3caiSifs  toiled'in os-drawn carts, y      :jyf    v  v^.The change of dietary that comes  with spring and summer: has the: 'ofA  feet in .weak stomachs of '���������> eettiiig. up  inflammation, resulting In^dysentefy  ?and cholera morbus. The abnormal  .Condition���������will conyoueAifpnoty-tttend-  fed. to and" will cause a'rf"'exhaustivfe  drain on-,.the system* The beftt. available medicine .is D'r. J. D. JKellogg's  Dysentery Gbi-tlal:, It clears ttfe Btom-  ach and ..bowels of irritants, counteracts ttfe' inflammation and restores  the organs to healthy, action.-    ..  "?'?.;..v-::v.y^?'c;-,������:;:.^: :.,:: ���������<:���������:'"ryM^m&tiM  ires.?.,: .t, ??':,3::^y,-: v- ;^y^^mF$%  ���������     .��������� ���������       .' *   ���������' ��������������������������� ������������������  ������������������ - ���������  .- -   ������������������' ;. ���������  ���������-��������� ���������'���������-.-.'- ^r.   Kv&rf^Z&^KB  MMMn4M������.������M������n.rtV.������MH^44MWM.*^������MM������MM������^4444������   . 4 ';-^i'-'.ftt-J,������i������\S  i. ��������� .A,.���������....���������.- f.'.tr'.-.���������:������������������������������������{ '...���������������������������. ..'.������������������.' '.���������-���������..'-���������!|,.-'.'.;.:-;t. ?^fe?*aj^ti  ���������;��������� riBn^.yurtur������4.>fl^?a!j������,aji,   ?���������:;.���������?'  Hatching^ fi^b?'^yi ^ifl.clai  meat:si  to stock the waters of Canada is-i n-i  gaged in oh a large scale by th ^Dominion Government. yin( WOa^tbei- ;Po-  minion fish? hatcheries" planted no ;leas-  than 1,024,282.000,fry; in--various wa-L  < terfe T-thtoughout'^th^Vbou'nH?. ' In 1900  only 271,996,000 fry were; plant id? by  ��������� trie  (Joyeri-mea-Sl;f!sh?!i&i;bKe.-le$.-?:' sc.'  that4^the plant of young fish ha? .in-  crea_lfl .*yineariy 277 per cent, iii';th������ __  past  ten years, .and.ythe, nutabe.- ? of, s  hatcheries :has increased from 12" to    "  37 or 208 percent.   Of the 37; hatc!_er>  les now in? oberatibn. British; Cbium^ ���������   ._.. .__.    ^   ... . ...  .biayand  Quebec buve 8' each, ^ova; ;g& tHb.^Hq-S59 SGLS fe WYJ_I-S^8  'Scotia, New, Bnins-wickv^ndyOntario;  palx^p ;  then  enrbhic   Kidney: diseas-^ in    trnicat���������at 'great   expens-  rrronly iomeosaarv; reiiei caa   be   had.    JJ'inaiiy,   coa-  etant/-jaifferjuii^i.^^������ai_ltagT: in' pretnistur������ deatk.  The alternative^ when tl,������"t.dney^  take, DR..CI_AJftK'8 SWEET IJITRE PILLS.   They will help the   kidneys   ^.k^-IlSfSl-i  ? ^ tbem healthy for thefutpre.;, Sold everyvyiierojit fifty centa.aWx or caaUed direct t>y-  .wmpwfi  y?������'"^?'''''^'_>idn'-^atchr''^e^  ... "Maud is bo, clever."   -.  :"'"Wh^t'!'''ti6wf'T''-^>''J'''"''"::':v':.V!^'f'-'-^  ������������������'. "You; know that Ella coa^eS- Jack  away from her." ;  '.. "Yes.". .' ���������  "WeH, Maud talked Ella into buying  a lavender gown."     -  5 each: Manitoba and Frinee? Edward  Island each have 3. J    ?%y-l,[..\  Theamoiiut voted by the Dominion  Parliament,for ttsh culture, purposes  in 1909 was?|^2^e0,va^d?of:this $180f  345, or apprb^mal;eiy?;5r) per cent, was  expended. 'T'^'impprtaitbe''15if' carrying  on this1: work cannot' be emphasiized  too much lh'i'a growing cbuntryvlike  Canada, where theylncreasing population is rbakirig greater a"hd greater  demands on the fish supply.  wjMMipvn GA"w������_ti*^;w#a^f??.^__g  ���������    "      '      "���������^'"'""""""l^^l  ^f^���������;������������������w^������������������^M^-^^  -'���������'���������  or- oaseases  '''^���������''''���������''''mmifmmf A B-w' "���������_-___.' "'.vi__S-_i^'_f:-__B_  mjt*    b_ g m b^s ���������: -^> taa.. ��������� nr a  ��������� o     r.tr\  .'<5i"������  CERTAIN TO RELlEYEsTHE  ITCHIN<3 AND HEA1_;THE  .'?/y    _bRES AS "'':^'':'.:.\;''���������  Oiasfe^  The one coinmon feature bf nearly,  all skin diseases is itching, annoying  and; oftentimes   almost unetidisrabls  ���������. It Makes New Priends Every Day.-  Not a single day goes by. that Dr.  Thomas'��������� ���������Bclectric-OiLdoes not widen  the circle of . its .friends. Orders for  it come it6ns- the -'most unlikely places  in the west and far north, for its fame  has travelled far. Jt deserves this attention, for nb?bUyhaB dona::so.much  for humanity.;. Its' moderate cost  makes it easy to get. ":*  tn^a*r  ���������������a=_,w^^  Wmb  ;������fi.-iKia;_  Mmmm  t 5 8?t FraS-^Av-i; ^rontdv?fbnuTJ^  Some. Luck  UTZOX.1 . 4tU_.Ul.������_, 4  "Yes."  "Any luck?J*-���������:?:V.^,;,v;,-?.^.. ...  "Some. Found a main "who would  cash a check when tfcn- game warden  told me what the fine was."   ���������  ��������� ���������~:���������}'���������';?*?*���������??.   A; Rapid .Changes .jjr.^������v..^v-  "Are you a friend to Wiiiiam Blig-  gins?     That   ne'er-do-well^',      >    >  "I should think'not, indeed."  .: "Then you'll hardly be interes.ted to,  hear  that  lie's  inherited  a' hundred'  thousand pounds."  "What?    Deas- old Bill." -  "Won'lTybu take thisiasisLt?'*TSaid the  gentlen?an in the car, rising and lift-  i���������..-^.;������-a��������� . *-���������.��������� ..��������� ���������   -    ...   .... ^ .' ��������� -.  :ug.'-iD   uai.      t:,:..;;.v  ��������� 4,:-.r... :,-'!���������       ;���������;���������'���������������������������.���������-���������,������������������.:.'.���������..���������  "No thank you," said the girl with  the skates oyer... her . a^-m...... "I' ve JSeen  roller-skating. andTm tired Of: sitting  down."  .!������������������ :J?br.our.iast'Uelling Drugs sand hr^k^W0i  SunurieS.-' We s-fepiy'you^.'Wltfi^_Mcl<������?^^S:  some of which are saleable in ever^?^5jg@f  home, aud 'br^/Which you: :wiH ���������*es^jrg'W0Pt^  a profit of 200 to 300 p.c.^We-h&v4?-|^i%  agi-nts learning $6.00 to $10.00 per? day ^^  the year round:*5 Be a^l-igent.**S^$;i^ffea  at once for our special ?agehts?i^-^,llfj^|^  llB't..'''Don't' overlobk?;tbiBACh_,ncb..^ttT?^^  means d-iiars to you. Write at bai.^:^^:^  .-->TH E^'F^E^KtfRN;: CO.;,^  Canada's' Greates.. Cuty ;Ratb?y?|_������r-^l4||fm  '" ' ���������   y:^ House,- Tor0ht_,'On���������-^r'?^;.^:Il|||i:  ���������?������������������-������������������ jjt-y-.  ISEASSS. OF .MlSN^CKi-;.}D-BJJ!!^'-^p^|  t .car>-4j������to"Hh������ - "& ��������� C&WaBreLyeit. .'iiPftiM^viS.??:"'-''  .     .r       " ���������^, '   -T ���������    ^"TTT^-T.* "r."9..'TT *.t?*.^; "J ������������������ '.*������T;    |..*  Minard's- .-Jininien- Cure*: Colds; Etc.  ��������� Sut sbos this maiden Quite petite  Qrew wan^ hey rose-* fled,y s   ��������� ������������������, '* ?  And aii becauae sh^.toiiowed out .  The beauty hints she read.  -_-_N--aMM-_-w-__������a-P---wui'  '^cfcera ts _aoi_ t������__^ta'-^4*5st!������-.^cbesat7  tttan r - a������_>t ���������������������_������--������ thrt t^wether, and until t_a _ut  taw yean waa aupptwed to be toe-Table. _-r a grat;  -.ftreaorlMd local remedlea. and by oo_Bt������nUy talTtoi  -to cure.#it_. local treatnjent. prootHintaa It Incurable.  jBoteaea^iH pfoven Catanb.to bt a ooortitutlonn dla������  ���������  and tbere-ore requlrea constitutl-n-l treatment.  ������& S^������mf^.  w.  Hall's Catarrh Cur-, x-aau-tetured by F. J. Cbeaey  - Jk Co.. Toledo. Ohloi J������ the only: OwiBtitutlonal cure on  -be market.  It la takea jteternkily tn d-aea trbm.10  drop* to a teoapcontdl. t It acta dtreeUy on tha blood  ��������� sad Buedu- ouriae-s ot tbe ey_teta.   Thoy offer oao  .-tundr-d dollars for anr ease It falls to cure.  Bend  ��������� tor clrculara aad teetlmcnlau. ���������  Addrci-: F. J. CH83������ .Fi CO., Toledo, OWb.  Bold by rmptUt-, 7P-.  m_-eHaJl'aFamily PUta foreonatlDatloa. '  .... ?     ?,;Tlme VVaa Money  . Dr. Abernethy, the Scotch Surgeon,  -was a man of few.words,.but he once  met his match.���������ln a woman. She  called ut hie office In Edinburgh one  ��������� day, with a hand badly Inflamed and  swollen. ��������� The following dialogue, opened by. the doctor,, took place:  ,,���������> A,������  ->U1'1( i  "Bruise."       r  "Poultice."  The uost day the woman called and  the dialogue  was as follows ���������  "fie.t.t,er?  ������������  "Wb'rfle.'  "More poultice."  Two days later the woman made anr  ���������cther^call.';-?; i.-'. ���������' ���������'���������,���������'"'"  ^*BetterT" '.������������������'���������    ���������    ..      ���������?���������.���������' ^-;\':?;���������, ���������>���������''.  y;������'Wo^':Poe?":' :'  "Nothing.   Most sensible woman I  ��������� ������ver:?tiaw.,':-:. ������������������.'"' ."������������������.' .':'  eslchly ataoa coagna. ������������������������-���������������.������*-������������������-t������^*������-  ^e.aw9__."cuad laa_-k.-..y;.-..;  .29 casts*  fMmm  4     ������4."l"l^   I)  in,the beat and quickest  way  to  perfect  -icaltli.  women and girls who  suffer * fXTp ^simply weak  --weak\tm'- over.      .  '.. Opintcs and alpoholic;;  mixtures ore Worse than'  worthless, tf.ey aBgtu-  tvttte the troublte and  lower the. etandaird ojr  health.'  WILL ASSIST FAJRMERS.���������'���������"���������.,.;  C. P. R.    Dletrltnitlnfl   *1M������h    foWi  Among  Settlers  In...-Alberta..;'.  One more instance of the continual  efforts made by the, Canadian Pacific  Railway to assist "the farmers^ .of  Western Canada...ha8 come to light;  The C. P.''���������'-'_-."--As recently:.purchased  a shipment of 45 carefully selected  milcti cows from the vicinity of Owen  Sound; Ontario, for, the shipment to  the Canadian Pacific DemonBtratlOni  ^arm at Strathmore, Alta., next spring.  These cowa will be distributed among  the English eettlero In, ,the ready-  made farms colonies for use until  1913. The plan was adopted on a  smaller ncale some years ago.owing  to the difficulty of securing good milch  cows ln Alberta, and witn me moa  of asBlstlng the ready-niade farmer to  Improve his stock. Next BprinK the  shipment will be distributed in  hunches of five or six to be held by  the settlors for one year without payment c* lr<*������reet or money; at the end  of that time tb_y may* be returned to  the company or. purchased at the ^coBt-  price to th^i Canadian; 3P������._Wlc Railway. They will be wintered and..teBt-  ed at the Canadian Pacific Railway  Demdnatratlon Warm.��������� at' ^trathmore.  C. P. R; officials believe that by in-  auguratlni? Bchbmea of this' at>rt. the,  Western .armor* are mpiterl.olly help-  ed.     ;���������   , ���������������������������_ ,y> I ' ',,,��������� 'g, .,.'������������������  The Idea pf Paper ,  Long years ago n, llttlo,* thin Japanese gentleman wub walking through  hlB pretty garden. He had many parcels to Bond out from hia shop overy  week, nnd ho had * always wrapped  them hi'Bilk. But thin jwa.tr an ex-  pohflivo maUjrlal. Hb whuted Borne-4  thing cheaper. A.;wubp oaine flitting,  tpwarda him; and ho thrust it away,  and there lit hlB hand wub a wasp's  uoyt.      'v..,        ���������. . '   '   ..I,  .. ,It was Bhftpely, strong and njado of  thin wood-pulp "ottenod into a watery  paato by tho Sawa of thq..lnBO,qt,:.thon  Formed and.'loft, to dry.'_ -'��������� '���������������������������������������������" ;i.  ������������������  "Why can't r; do the Unine thing?"  anltod tho little Japanoso gohtloman of  himself,*  vflo. p^rtaW'ybod, form lt  Into a pulp by. rnoanB- of-water from  the river near by, and rdalco Bomothlng  llko thlit waiip'B no������t���������<$# consistency.  u> ��������� drap*, about my uaukat;o������>.".  ; tllo dldr! A||d to thWldea we owe  ,wppd-pwiiv.p.*Dor.   ,   U'flf  strong point about Dr. Chase's  Ointment is. that.' by reason of its remarkable soothing qualities it relieves  itchingc-rom the moment it is applied.  But Dr. Chase's Ointment does more  than this.7 It?ia "composed . y6t y the  greatest healing ingredients'known  to science; and-rjtS;>healing.po,wers are.  often described ss. msglcsc. ;  '^iStllayifiS^'th- *^-tlflasiimatibh,*'^sSteV'  ing the Itching and _*aduali35*aad naturally healing the!^raw, flaming flesh.  Dr. Chase's Ointment fs the most effective treatment ton eczema and Bait  rheum that was ever discovered. I ?  . .? yhere iare. many kinds of eczema,  and nearly all itching .skin diseases  como under this head, in children 'it-  is known as teething-eczema, and  many a fond, mother/will, tell you with  heart felt gratitude, of how her little  one was rescued from torturing, itching eczema by the-'use, ot tblB great  ointment.        ;":, -''?'''".���������-' ������������������'.. ;:?>.  Wherever there*'is itching skin or a  sore that refuses to .heal Dr. Chaae's  Ointment will positively-prove effective .as a relief and a cure.  Dr. Chase's Ointment has an unparalleled record of cures; 60c. a box at  all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates fi Co.,  Limited. Toronto.   J  ..;; -.\:;. ,.   ?  Symmetrical  "Engaged thiB yearr^'*  '���������' ;    J  "Noi I am waiting for a left-handed  "Why left-handed."  "Mv l'a'Bt one wan rlcbt-hnnded nnd  I don't want to grow lopsided."     '  A  Fast Drive    ���������  Fra.uk. V/brS-dearly' loved; a  fast  trotter...: By?j ttif same -tokens.he. hated  to drive at a slow pace. ���������-  '-   A friend took^him out one' day--be-  K.������n>.   rt   v_n.?a  _���������*._*  K^'ir^i        ������.:?_'fii_-**: fha   VkJ-.'V*<.  we>re slow or the driver ?.believed in  sparing his horse -iieshl- y ^t'Uny rate  Work returned home .in ^rather slum  humor.   "���������������������������'       .���������;-������������������---'������������������ ���������-���������'-������������������������������������������������������. y_.y- -  - ������������������  "Did you have*a nice drive.s-fa-her?"  one of his daughters asked.  .'^Nice!" snorted Work; "Why the  ?v_ry * hearsea passed * b's ; cheering; as  they went by."v^ >;     ? .     ....-.?'���������������������������  Esceptiohal ^knowledge .bff the':- Alps  has been ^gained by jseolpglsts in the  various tunnels which,have'been bored  ;il._-.-.<it. :'- XV>  o*...4..-w.*>44li4W .. '4r*m .'* . ^.������ll������r*i^r  .fejljGUfe.. -   .t^44>.   .4*A4*.*4������A_44������4���������������������������������....-���������-���������.- v.- -. .^<��������� ..���������--  purposes.- iproi. \VK!-*tr-������������. Pi ,������4������- *s������, ���������������������������-.  just given to the Berlin Sciehtlnc So-'  eiety eeme particulars of idiscovexiei-  ln connection with, the: new; LbetBch-  berk tunnel. ��������� "bne''*bf'':*h'ea_''--'wa&".-the.;  u&^sctsd jjiereing ol ft sreat coal  seam in the centre of a mass of mucn  yoisnger iriasBl?: stone. At-Andetmatt  and! Aircold one ��������� can Bee by the. quarr  rles there-how,.under treruendbuB'lateral. preB8ure the Jurassic; chalk ;.hj-Ts  been turned Into marble, .?    ;.      ;  A safe and sure medicine for' a child  troub'l^d witli worms 1b Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator. ���������   .   t     ���������  ���������/* ' Overlooked Him ���������  ^Tw^) lawyers- befope,a probate judge  recently got .Intp a wrangle. At last,  one of the dlsputante, losing control  over hia emotione. exclaimed to his  oDDonent.  "Sir,' you' are, T think.' the biggest  fess ,thnt������I ew>r,-_.a$>.t&e misfortune to  set eyes upon.",. .     ..,.    ...  ^'"Order!'   order!" said    the "judge  gravely.   "You.seem to forget .that I  --������ tn  thi* room." i  '  The dogs wbich' are helping the British forces against:the -Abbrs byyper-  forming sentry duty are by no means  the first to figure in the British army.  When the Earl. of -Essex went to' -Ireland to suppress the rebellion in the  reign of Elizabeth, his forces * included. 800 bloodhounds with which to  track dowafugStivtes -ifterithb /battle;  and in all our wars-with. Scotland the  bloodhound cwas f used^ for' ythe: jsanae  purrjose. ��������� ���������.- ';���������"'���������"'''":    "."' ?.  "Have you noticed^ my "friend, how  many fools tbere^are on .earth?"   .     -  "Yes, and" there's always oUe more  than you think."  sons, are Boy Scouts?" Where do''^^?^2^������H  do,; most of-.their ���������.recon^iteVJng?^  Mrs. Coward.-���������In "bur'' re_--i;ei?atosv,;??^a|!  "Augustus, dear," said the*''���������genfi-V ^;1%|  girl, tenderly pushing him fromtbe^/x^|^l  as the mbbailglit -Ibbdeii the--������a^,BraihB^'-<^il  dow where they were standing.���������'.."������������������*���������: .''r^,?-./?!^!  think, that you: bad, bettor -try feoin/a^V^y?^J  other hair-dye; your rdoustabhe tastes,??.::t^SsI!  H?i"^     ���������a--*ir*o*"*1Mn_-t '  l/JAC   . I.*** ^/CjU,S_J.ilO-  ���������������������������i:tJii  :-,.t^.;-.  ,;-T.Nbat;  Dslblyis   the   famous .Kutsb������������������......-���������.���������*.-.t^b  Mlniar.'a?flutfed abd'decorated;:m6-tny; ?-?^j���������mb  mental tower,. 238-reel aigh.; geh"erayy.i:'.,iy.S#>:^B  conceded. Jto^ ibe?thes mbs-Vbe^titttui seac- i?<vi^HH  ample of its class of -building-in th_i^yyy|^I  world.^-S'-i 'ym^Sid -^^^r^^^fi*^,"'.-  ;-.?.Sbme^of i^s,?-ntv^r-;getr {ayr^li^-i^-f ���������.,  we have it?out"with..ourselves.";-'.'"sK ���������  m  ���������advancement or bring depression atidsi  is wo-_e,Aey lead^ to -M-^iis.p-xysicar ^ecke(lfrii-  fene; but ^aCAN:^ ih&n eaisily i and quickly. '^Phiiy ?wltt  at__raily YeeSd  ,.?���������,���������-',*y-prr 'Hia^  m  'MM,  ��������� ���������..-..frKifa.ii.  r-;.i^w-ft  I   ���������/--^"������������������'il  '$$m  <mi  m  Mlnard'e Liniment Cures  Dlsteiriper*  "The mosdiJlto," writes Consul Cole  from DaWBon,"i8 more numerous In  UltJ      i-VCliO     fXjtliKl      liluu     IU      U4U     44VJJIVOI  though there is no land too coI4 or  too hot for lta habitation, and the  only place where it 1b -not found 4b In  localities. Ttvhere there 1b Ilttje. .or, no  moisture. There 1b no country where  the mosquitoes are bo large and oo  numerous as they ara In the Klondike, and lt is Impossible to destroy  thenvns they propagate In t&e heayy.  moBB' that grow- hore,' which cental ne  moisture almost equal to swamp  landa."         _^  '" Glbba.���������Banks marrlod hlB wlfo be-  oatise sho waa a good converBatlonal-  lat.' ��������� ..������������������.-"  DlbbB.-~YeB, and divorced her bo*  cause flhe'talked too much. ).  r*6o  l'-|l.   4.'  *!&&**>  rfordtca^ and  ; builds up. 7'*'"������������������"*^**^  ' ���������'.- B������'������iirar.-ti������iwtt. ��������� ������COTPa-t������������(.-  virNi ,th*i aufti-W^jl >������.-!' 41 Vaya;  i' ���������f������*i'l������a������t.        .' !. '   ', '"',-.:'l'i" :.''xi  KEEP IT  -JB A'raj iB^af  11 Aii 11 K  You can never tell wh_u  a'librae 'l_"gol������8f to  develop * Curb, Splint,  Spavin, Ringbone or a  lameneM.   Yet it-.bound  to hapPfto  floohc-' or later. "^  And you cw'l *"*������*'<! to k������p  hlrn itt'the -Jarn.1, Keebualibttteof  Keepu  Kcndair 8 Spavla ^ut  lhj,tlRW' t^yjjvW,  ^|/|fc4-*  ������ ��������� *       44���������������.*-ri.*V44N,rt  n-ai  W. N. U. Ne. 882.  telegraph: tho re-  1&<i*WI������*W%s^aL  /itWUi-iiilvir'.^VMOoitjliiaij, up, Uu iMt.ho-  ,M,^;thM. wm'ilrti .j&moyr vanquished,  shandy at atl-tlt-,^ ,%. ^riem.,  ,:otXc_landic.IUver>fcu7, ������w:  ."I have .been  wing Kendall*  vSpa-in Cura and'find it w-f* ������������d  ������u(_." '���������  ���������U  4.������l_���������J <iii4>4   ���������  ..|4Vl_r4���������._nr4A,������'*  ',*'.  lr};;Ady������inb^  "HrldKOt, wh^ ire-yow aw������epln������ the  >,tllll IUI   . U , Utl.tfim     4414'.  ,       ,������������..      V.414     44.     .4.4  >.<-,,,"   nrrn ������������. ' ' i ,  chance to Ao It at nil."  Get ICcydall*- Bpavin Cure at  as.y dnifealtt'-.   $t. per bottle���������  ���������'-������������������'     -^    d bottle* for $5.  |'<a������irM.tlM on. the  ftome"~:f������c -cs,  Mule Wa������ UiilnjUred  Senator John Sharp Williams, whoBe.  supply oC darky, BtqrAes fleems Jne\-  hauBtitle, tells this new one: .  .. 4<t -.,.,;. ������������rccecdln2- leisurely *loni(c a  Georgian road on foot bno day, whan  T met a conveyance drawn by a niuje  and containing a number of ne������rb  field-hands. The driver, a dorky ot  about twenty, waa .endo-vo.iv-g t> increase ItB speed, when BU������i'������e^iy tljo  animal Jet fly with hie heilsui.d de:ui  him auch a kick that he was stretched  on the ground ln a twinkling He lay  rubbing; bis woolly ;plat* vihevb the  miilo had Weked hlra: ,      #  '���������"-_���������' he hurt?' I a������ked anxiously of  an, old, negro, who had Jumped from  ������ie"<!brivoyanc- and was standing over  the prostrate driver. . i  " ^o'boBB,' was tho older man's reply^ 'dat mule.will walk kind o* tenddh  fo' a day or two. but-he ain't hurt.'"  Thorouohly Crillled  , N'Chicako Poot:   The otory about Kpli  JaclCBon" Booking,tho north took root  and. another  one  blonoomod.  The*darky In uuojjtlbn had almmorod  in tho hoat of St. Augustine all hjlfl  life, and was doooyod by the report  ��������� that colored men coMia milke" as Vhutth  aB $4 a day In Duluth.  He headed north in a aeorBUckor  Bult and into a hard winter. At Chicago, while, waiting for a train, he  Bhlvorod-In an'ef������Rln������-roomv and on  th������ ,way to Duluth. Bpad by,,miles of  Th-yV'plblcod hlmiip-,tJnrt/'<,oolH1.Vm;  ��������� 3s_s; sra^s_nt w������������rt  ���������wmf_������t,d������obody opoAo������'4lM������A������ior. for,  .ipBpectlon, llafliju* ca.n?o(1 ti)iftB^f^Mt-  ed: -. ��������� ���������  r  -"Shut 'd'at ���������doV and-oWfltf-d������tf'drttl.^  Country CbuBln'.���������Don't'you tindiv-  v-ry*tryii.������������to4.hftv������ ov.ryot-W������.urnJng  J*^w������/Wtffi ������i^)^bno hrf*  to Iiui'dcu oncoclt to it. ,. ���������  1  sucha safe-s-mplei-fcliable-aj-^ Pills. Inevcty  libusehold where this famous ^and unequalli_4 jttedicine is Tlcnpwh^ ff  the whole aspect of life is chAnge-lfor the better,   lie ready to help  yoiir^lf----and you^ f __nijy~^ _tvercbm_i"trouble and to regains kridiii?  keeorfiocid bbxlUy contMons by having oh l-lfnafbr-hftne* ^^|  >���������.���������''���������,;..'��������� ?���������''.-'      ��������� .    ������������������ ���������:������������������:.     .'   ������������������  ���������    .^J^f.i^-.m.^-i-'.\.^rj^--yM\-'M\'^^  'S__*_i;HE2'fi-SS _*3-%'-*!������ ''_-&"> S5aa-_B.SWS-i: t ������������s&^/^> _sEi ' 1''; -J-':'-'-  .>. r������������.'''.....iv-;L���������,.w-,.:.������v--*^ g--**,.,1.4,-������>.'-������~Mtm~J.IL-....   i.'.' '  '-' a.' -.' .iC'-V.'..  rtrjcriMiH,  Prepared only by Tbomaa Bt^am,8t,.H.leBa,UnoB������hlre^nflaii^T?' V ' -|i . i 5k|  _������I4avarywbwa la Caaada aatf V.S. Amarloa:r|a bona as *b.m?1f   '������������������  ���������   tvj ��������� r    Af %' I  - y '   ' ' ���������   "-"���������'-���������; "    '''���������' '"', *;���������'"'': y .'.'.:,'��������� "..j .'",.'^.:ji';:"';xtT.' :'-'.^*^;-|  i. i- ������������������- -- ��������������������������� ������������������-'--   -   ���������      .  -   .  -    ... ���������       . ,���������. ._. _        ._���������-.���������'.   . '._ _���������_ , i __. 11.-   i  The long. winter; even-  'nt.? give a woman a splendid chance for sewing or  embroidery; but her eves  suffer from the strain unlets  she has a good light.  The Rayo lis tlie  lamp made.  It gives a -frong, clilTuBecl light that is remarkably easy to the eyeo.  Tlieire is no g&.'i;iio'it; no flicker. .'It lights up a whole room.-,     ���������  The Rayo is an economical lamp, too.  Yqto'.u������e the moituoinblfl ligl������-v������lu- (or'^, oil burned $ and'tKelHajjo it������clf.j������,a;  Iow-pru-.od lamp.   Yfl.it U a haridiom- Ump���������an ornament to any room in the houie.''  The Rayo Lamb it eaiily lighted without removing ihade or chimite^; ������k������y ta .  clean aud rewick.   .Made of solid brail, nickel-plated; alio in numerous other'tfyle* '  ' and finidt-i; -\ ������������������������������������-. *:'���������'���������' *'; <��������� -^ r' ������: ..'U  .-.-   *.      <���������������������������    ry'    >���������       * ..-,,(,   (     ..  - <f..  Aik vour de-l������r to iltow you 1>U Una o( R������yo lt.mpt; * wriia lor dUcripthii- c-til-.   '* ''  ���������'������������������'��������� '���������; ,'.���������"*���������".., i:, -.:1t-y���������������������. \ ,,������������������w-t������������-r������ , .   ,,       - .,     . ���������  ,t ,.        ..    ThoJrapcr-alOaCompcaiy-UmUcd ^   *'  mmmum^  mmmwmtmmmmmmmmmmmm  ���������yy;-* "yn-.1 )>, '7"  ���������*$ .yif* y.<aii .1'.....  Hm *"*  l-j_MVi.������r.iH,vi..u.-.������,  I;c;otiorriy  in litfje  thimyt [U jutt ��������������� ''  important  at economy  iti bij '%ft$iit|'''^'--JK *n������l  |v >,e-;j?- ,<j: ft I  m  EDDY'S   JWi-kT  **;���������}���������  Three dayn' donno fog In the rlvei  ^lutmoB .would d������prlv������^ondon��������� o.f lla  *���������*-*���������*��������� ��������� ��������� * #   ' ��������������� _       1 m^  *''������������������'     ' ' 'ir-r ���������.,!���������'.;������������������ .'���������; ; ' . !���������  A pocltet-aonio. pmh-k������uui, uuu uihu->: >���������������������.  clipper haVe been combined In ������ ������ln*��������������� ���������  Implement,by an Ingonloun Inventor.  will anwsr one of youcv:^onomy.mie������tiori������% #  60 wwl  of constant betterment, W_ brought thiem'to *t3fcr������y pwerj'-V  tion tri-vt one Elddy Match dde������ trtn vMrlciof tef-verttLo^^i^ [  of inferior mnlce.  ALWAYS   ASK   FOR   EDDY'S.  mmmwmam  .���������!���������  .#���������'/,.  <4  \[frH ;**/*.'   ���������'������������/..  ,/Vj������a,  .1.  i 4   "   .UtVJ1  ���������f������i.   ������������������    f  <l������      ������*.������,*.     ,������   (.,  **.,:  tv  .��������������� I;.1.1  ->>.,  i-i-������iii-i-������^iiniiiiii iilii>iiillrrll_w  mem  M  ** ���������  ,_...,,,.,_._  ./iat-ilU;^ ��������� Ul ---Ml--H*������ w-f.mt.lli mm tmmtmUtm.'] I  ������������������-      :���������. :'���������������������������  . .-  <���������#; ���������*  .   ���������  Bf>MHi  Hi_B  i������������  .!.������,, (,*',wi-  i 1 .'A  miwimm HE??;  Wi.  -\K  SBS;  v;-  m  \y  WSi  V  SIS'  fits:  ___&  B**  MP  A  ���������MM'  ? rcaofclag outin a broadtaanst-?&*o other communities.   On* jwveTtttSagrawo  -!: SJT* fc-U_sd ������sa'fc_a''������?*?#:sS"t*S''Ss_t3-^ SS-S'SwfesiSSf lf^^'B*^,;������* ."SSS-w.  &__ad-pi__ro-iaae and land Isas* nbtfoes, $7 to* statutory tling.    -Jwlay- aa^w*,  ..-sissaaents, SI p_e iao&jps-1 sooatb; elbe? adv-Hisias S- e������3S3.^ssr.lias-!-?������._3_������p-  - aaad S seats par liaeis s_>S-*--Usg ������?e@ks.   Substation ratas; ������3.-0 a Tear la  ft-S-aaee, . Oar oeSeaaae ess.eaea- fee eoefe*bs������Jo������s dealing in-aatftew of Soeas la-  terasfc and tha weUere of tfea ootaa-rafiifty.    O-nt-.bU.tOB0 .-nnst be brief aad  ? a_n.se..  sasss  will make   no   mistake  -fi^/Acwhen, yot- get ^;the :^a|^i:  r:^3^Sjl.'';ywi sign:the -^gte^yai  -H-_r Le&dHig; 1:;:tke-?������^st������ft Hotel.      l^wr^Usa^  i*^._w^  ?'T  ISC.  -H������  -Ffc^  Q������_  .? f  ESS!  Loveliest o! all the Valleys that lliid tuelr source ia tlie  lowering heights of the Canadian Rockies and cleave their  blading so-_rses'������est,^rs-'d either to joss *?it|s the Columbia  er iogo direct isto the Pacific is the Kootenay,   Haying Its  origin on the elevated slopes, its foam-flecked waters rush in  ���������s_sri^_������ d������-vv������ the ������spissds, bresshissg tht isteryesiag barriers of the fcothiSls aad at last escaping sat������ a quieter aad  snore placid currest as it meanders through a broad valley  of alluvium to greet the Lake aad   thea the Colnnibm- Is  its upper reaches it is picturesque-wildly beautiful a3 it leaps  &&&g tozky eliffe. a region of chasms fer the poet ������r artist-ia  = ils lower, leveljg it  ii not less beautiful, but o! a kind that  . carries witli it the eoasdousness that nature here has endowed  the tail-with s wealth that temptiagly awaits the !_jsad of ssas  There are asany fertile valleys ia this broad West. Aad  there are also many beautiful valleys. But none combine ia  the same high degree, riehaess with picturesque beauty. The  ���������) K.oQtss������y is a wosder asd a delight to all wh������ view it���������as itv  -. spiratioa to the lover of nature aad the things of the woods  ssd a pa������scti3% of ������ppsrtasity to the bt-sy ssssa of the aaodera j ^- 1s^^b3s  -������g,g>|4 _ %mx ������j~^ ������-������.-.  ������f|������_4-$_ th!���������'^ =JI���������- whOS_������ -TSSiKasS @_a������|!-?V' S * ^*** **0������ HM  '"'vi.: ;sttid^-?y^s g@^fbrt' ������f ������������r .gt^t������_T,/T?J||  "**"** ��������� T_i������'^feoQjwg ar������ well fmraish*d la  a a_s_mer u  W  -IC  * '-v'-'^ _fcli*t*%V';'.v:.":a".'iH.'- ������������������ '��������� ^.4?'.^-v*f������a $r^'l-"-^.'^.1 _*/'������������������ ���������''���������'��������� v J_,":  .V/??/.:,v4^:'^  ���������/���������������#* " Quests I  -V-   ^   ^ I     Hestdasarters lor Mmisg H*a;  ������^8^11 -Lunibermea,  Raaekera, Tourists  I aad Commercials.  trop*  >i������������4  *?������   Aft..  ���������7'  |jt-'-^ott:SBpecuiiif.  /, B. Marm  '^B______  C^reston l^rug&Book Co<  Phone 51  PUBLIC OPINION  sir ":::; '.���������������.'���������.'.'.  I attended the Beclam&tlen meating  j-4-������   -.{-.k*   -������.������V    -4    .U.M.-44..-.44444-A44.   Sa.  imma m������j|,.-������ ������������������������������������������ .������ ^���������.^^44^|,.4.|.i^4i.^i,mii mm*  |4US   ^44������-1__.   __,_,���������.���������.������.     -.-.-'.-      ���������������_������������������_   ������   _���������_  ���������o,.������-44 ������_-a.*. ������v������vu>������ ������-< & warns a- -w������_b  gives tetucb eanta for reflection by Mr.  Ed-anBdaen'a ������peec3������.  I ifefw to tha pessi-to ������_?eet en tke  oUxsAta of tbe Greets* Valla; by tba lee*  uf moislnro Whiefe might result, e&oald  b* s������_la$si_d aad Sndi-_u.  aanoA tssisresaed ht the eSbrts  T&*&rmmWMmmt8m*SKMmLtmm     ������--,.--������ *-������__.  LIQUOR 'ACT.-JOIQ  SSOTIOK *S  KOTIOE in hereby-gi^ett that on tbe  Twentf������������isth d������y ������f Febrs-ary nest,  1912, application will bo made to the  Superintendent of Prbvlss������*l Police for  -he t������*ns?er of the iiccne- " for  the sale of liquor by retail in and upon  the premieee known as tbe Burton  Hotel, aituate at Orsatoa, Britiah Co-  Sunahi-. fsvtsa   WillSsm H,   B-HftOB  t������  the C7r-_ton Trading Co-Buany Llmit-  ������   _  ������     Si  ���������_wj Ihu  :&������������������-���������.  iay_p%  e.*  ������������������?������  ^^aers every ofetaele it holds eat the p-tthway to success. JJ^^a,^ feev^i^ga^gsaaam^  In fact the Kooteaav ecf-abines withiu it all those various !������������������������*������������ state* who followed him and  " - . ]'������'!-_____. tla* stress efforts shcald be  *l@m_ats of feetsty and resource thst are seeder to make sj_i^|a_--^a^te^^^is^^ ^j  ,f������ !:s������n������ s������.4 ������������A������-miK- ih >lu>,r Iimiim. 1 to what ������Sset B-igl-6 bs look������d t������sst from I  I ������oa_t������ of tbe aeieatists at not* la. Canada. I  Aad the people of w_������M������������t������ii������j ���������*"* *���������* =������^* ==~=^������������^.  %  tf>'  ;^.'i  '-.^  Sated this IStteds" cf -^'aauftr,r- 1912:  Willisja S. Burtss������  Holder of -Jcense,  The Or-aton Trading Co., Ltd.  ^.ppllss-ai I������? trssisfers  Per W. SI. Job-ii-OB,  ,f.      . SSaaager.  1  (c_������t _.-s__.pp���������ia L-ivery in sswaj s  All ������lata of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.   Tbe latest; styles of ������  QUtTBESand BUGQxSS for _ai������ aad bite.   Saddls sad pack bee-ess 9  ������������������-    ���������..-..,...4.4.;^. * . ������  SD-OU-U-T. - ������5  Feed for sale.      Agent for the M-Laugh-ia Manfg. Oo.      Hones fer sale ������  I am prepared to fill all orders, both bf wire and mall, and meet all trains ������  at any bonr o������ the day or night.   Oommareial men aad Ias._ss6-.e7s, wiU S  receive prompt Bttecfaoa "��������� . f������  ������ }������ AMIt gft  i, ^s;ivlC^FSoLi is r i uu ���������������  Shrdw Avenue * Bosl_    ���������  ^THE C^^ADIAN  BANK  _f-"^.'   _r"^      ���������"   -_^*>8   _������������-*.   ������  .iv. ������    _r ���������������i    _r-e_   ^S5������������ w*  Uh    \_iJ_V JVitlhrtt  >_--^'       * ^S*>*      >H>^'  *    I     -������>  A    V     -*     a      _  1    *     ^_-      ^***m*^   Ommmmm  v������vvv������o ^-P������**->  T-iey-sfe^c btea goidg alosg building mp tseir hotaes stud  ^������������������.^|n������i**j������- .������|f������ftYS ������^w*������-gtBg. a<Mr_a? atesaiuLiS;. backwards.  ~<m*ry  iBoy nave rally tea.-i-.ed ihe pomibuitl������  uuti kSas sws %������iw  ��������� ���������   __      _^       g     '���������  j| " ^' _j_.J| "_._��������� .... '..*^^.i~y.-. ���������   ���������-LJ   _T,-._ ������������������'*.% ���������-   ,.i-__j  ^U^p&������* OivBwSSC Suit yjfxyiJjrEiyaS tr-rj������_a������=ii%?= Hia*- _?5SS_ S5y  jr-~-=  W-^k by week keep fi.oiag ahead.  Undoubtedly the longest step towards a more prosperous  V&ttev; was taken Tuesdav eveainfir when 45o citiseas gath-  erfid together in matt meeting yto recommesid io the govera-  meat officials that they make a survey of the vast area of fertile lands lyiag on the flats of the Valley in order that they  might at an early date be relieved of yearly overflow whech  Ww makes these thousands of acres practically worthless.  Kever before have the citizens of the Valley turned out to  nay meeting in such numbers. And never: before have they  $o_ned with thi leaders of the other sections of the valley in  this cause which has been the subject of discussion for some  .30 years. The mass meeting in the interests of the lowlands  marks the beginning of an era in history >* tlae Valley which  will be one of unimaginable prosperity. We believe that in  yeara to come the residents of this valley will date the begin-  ialng of real prosperity back to the day When a strong delegation of business men from Northern ,l4aho came across the  border line to a mass meeting ������- aitieudship meeting-and  together the two interests determined to go bsfore the Provincial government authorities asking, for a survey of the flats  with the view of inquiring into the feasibility of reclamation.  We believe that, the Government Officials will listen to the  Creston delegation when it appears before them to ask for  this survey and we believe that early in this decade the flats  will be fttclfri-ned  y-us ooonny nas t^n round eminently -itl-d f5? frail growing and it ���������^_sld  b������ ������pitiful tbisg forns ft������raisenrsslT. TheCrcstea^s������cast--BCtosp*-iy will  ss ffe? jSss ssk$ ������f ErtsspsctiViB ���������siry fsyr. f������9������,i4e':eeaeKa atoM.burets'lot������, tbia  s^ss. T������ -ayalad wa -sslgStt fes i& tfc  {MMifctoa of tho oat wbioh tho snonksy  uaSso-di to pull tbe obe-jtantg Ont of tbe  Tbe  balance of naturo (climate) is  essilyspset sad ������asib npset vesld bs  iaapossible to reitors.    Should  it bo  <ennd thai no ill effooto might be  ���������xpeotsd thou I think it would bo a  grand tch.ihs for Oreston.  X am yours truly,  W. A, MoMnrtrie.  Editor's Koto:���������Wb belioYo that lbs  matter of evaporation will bo entered  into by tbo compatest enginosrs that  tho govor-uaon. authorities if they listsn  to tho Creston dtisgation next week,  will place at work upon the inrvoy that  (has boon req������eAt*A. Th* nnrmmw will  bo brought to their attention and Ores-  ton can oaslly balk tho reclamation  schema if it finds that it will be injured.  Tbe survey will not mean rsolamatlou.  Et wilt'only mran that competent moo  have .shown whether it in feasible or  not. ';.        . -     ,!       ���������  now wj-Ogr the coming 'week.  Gift EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PneeiDSirr  ALEXAhSDER LAIRD, General Manager  - $tO,O00-bQQ  REST,  ���������Get yoax olot^as cleaned, presse-;  and repairadl l,y Miss H.__L aVenob. 18-4  .-Wanted %% moat���������-rarn'-J-Ad w, ������u-  lan-aht-- room at m privatt dwtlUaiff  mmmm mm* %mm. Apply al *** t-ovisw.  * ________-_-__.  "Ms, aad Mrs. O. WL Black, 1-ts arri-  fj__af-_--i-rui.1---rwt A1M_, lU-ve t-J-ia  KWm pcodtloti ���������. tbe Wl������-a -������������ck at  Vt***** loft want tef th* wsaoral of  ������N..u 4������    <-,.*..,..������._   ������-    #*���������.-.%._������.������*. -_,!-��������������� <mm  mmm0m ������_,. ..'..i.mi ������������������ mmt   <4������������������4.������������-4r44  ������.-._������,4������ ������-������������������������  WUl work la tho O. P. B. S-tops.   Ux.  8'tfco-iMi fc-ui boon omployMl by Sit*' Wl  Tbo Blbls Olass of ths Prs.byUrUu  ���������b������i������b bald a most lalor������sll������v liurary  neetlas Wv^���������s,j fcrentej; tt tha eixrcU  wkMtbo snbjsoi "noolvod, that ths  wm-um. Bbonld havo equal polities-, right  wlttt ibo man/ was dsbatsd npon, *hs  allti-iativo was tapforlsA by MInms  Jfohaaon aadK--dbem aadtbe Jfesatlvo  was takon by B. W. lloOmtobson and  WLmmh Twwlmr.    KHm -l*h������-_-M -������*������_. mm  ... ������ ������������������     ���������  ���������vsaly malobol la tbo palate af avgu*  tmoat imd delivery that ������k������ jedff������s bed  al-OMtbatiaal-lata d*oi������lon bal tho  eta tor 28 taoatbs and loft ths tanob ^1*1,^ m flnmiir awardon *a tbo ������������.lit-  ���������Htb tha 1-MO tsnssBisassHiaa. saaHva.  A.Lindloy has received a letter from  J.W.B%nastt who sr-oontly rosignsd'hia  position as Kdi^or of tho Foraie Lsdgsr  to soli 3-ritisb Columbia fruit Iscdi in  tho Old ooontty, in which bo tolls of his  safe arrivaLBosays ihe men in Iho fralt  growing districts in ICogland havo their  Jsrsstutnsd towards Britiih Oolnmbls  ���������nit la-itfls ond ho sxpeets a large iaflnx  or soltlors ia this vallty the oomlnn  Spring.  -AU Itlads of ������������������Holiday" things,  with tho right Holiday "spirit" ia  tb.w. Also a full stock of cigars, cigarettes, pints, tobacco, pouoh-s, oigar  and cigarstts holders etc., at Tho  Liquor Mtoifo.  ���������ttilWts clothes oleaned, pvoassd and  spalred.   Miss H. IC. French.       18-44  CHURCH Or ENGLAND  Daok Ots-k soboo) kooso        ������:80 p m.  Bunday Sohoo! 8 p. ������  Kvsnsong, Bermou 7180 p m.  ���������lin... Crompfeo9 assisted by llus  SjUBgonsmitb is prepared to receive pn-  pils fa? Pianoforto amd violin, singing  harmony and composition.  Torino $2.00 by the month. . 136,  MMODISTB-AXSUPPEB  ������U-������������MMMM-l-M->-������  One ot the most enjoyable events o!  t_-_ week was the annual bean supper  giveb by the Ladies Aid ot the Meth-  odi-Jt    church at   the borne ot G-. D.  Vtrhtimtl      **Jt*\nt*}Anw     .axTtvnAnir Mfl-tf  ��������� ���������4^..M44 ������.  .���������   I  ��������� .1.    ."J "''   ^   '" V "'-.^������������������ .  ���������.    '������������������4^  over a hundred people took their  owning meal ������at tbo long tables  that were rattgod along <t9ho wall in  the basement'oil the big house and  participated in the pleasing program  ot Konge, recitatlona; and selections;  on varioiuj musical instruments that  wore oRerod during the evening. 1  The people were taken to the sup-;  per from iho Methodist church in  sleighs furnished by Mcssre. Mc-  Cre-vth, Broderick, Brown and others  and ft largo number wwat in their  own conveyances. The visitora wore  inunotiiatoiy usherwi irofco t'h* base-  meni where Mrs. Brown presided at  tha money box and nxtraoted the  noo-ssory too with ouch grace that it  would havo been a plcaouro to pay  up oven if a most bounteous supper  wow nof. coming as interest on tbo  money. , The long tables were kept  filled .from 6 o'clock until ntter 8  o-'olook !aud Une dikorn Sivero well tak-  en care ot by. the girlo ct the church  .who oarod more .for keeping the  platen ��������� well Ailed .thoin. tho style of  w>rvi������g. Any petson who loft the  table hungry could blame only him or  herself. j  Aftrt^.wupper **!������ c'W'Bt'i rep?,4rrd to  tho upfltyirs Aand. the program ot the  ov������ning')|^(IW \jbogun immediately. The  pre^ra*>/-#;an follows: Piano wolo,  Mrs. J. "'A'.^Prcwnption; boii������, Mr. G.  D. -Brown; reading, Misn Qlarkr;  piiuio oolo, Hoy Stocko, owpg, 'J. A.  Crompton;, nddrcsa, llev. Eby; rooita-  tlon, BosiHo   Hurry; song, Mm. Und-  ,-���������.   4_������v.44"_4.|a-.        rt..4i.    4-������-_._..._      ��������� .  *V/0      44 ���������-.������-������V-_4444, 4.1,^44 4,4/,      H^W.������������^������bV���������k     44fW,A^,,  Charles Moore; song, Mrs. Crompton;  reoitation, Mrs. i^irhoad; tiddrenfl,  Rov. Sarkltmlat.; ' duet, ! "Bunsot,"  Mr. and .Mrs.    Crompton; recitation,  Rev. M. F. Eby B. A. will preach  in  .4 .* '  u-ethodist Church Sunday mornibg and  evening. All are heartily invited to  nttand;' '  ���������Wanted to purohhsn.���������White Vfyn*  dotfce or Buff Orpington Pullets. Apply  Electric Restorer lor Men  PhOSDhonol ���������������������!������������������ P***V a-rva la ths body  1 . ..������������������������������������t9 its Proper t-aaioat ff������storM  -lm and vitality. Premature decay and all sexual  woakness a-ert������l at sxtca. rkocplM-ial will  nake too a new man., Ptlcs 38 a box. ortwo for  ,55.   Hs!^d!s'_r.7 address.  9&eS^ss������S������zss  All changes of ads. must bo handed in  nt   the  Review Office not later than  at Tho Review Ofllos.  22-tf Wednesday noon in eaoh week.  BBBB-B  ii.^-i-i-ai  YOU PAY WHEN CURED  * Pro. K. & IC. TAKE ALL RISKS  .urtjgy  ���������..-, .__js?s  ...... ������������������--���������-. hair loow, sscs U-rsa*. say.  W!L!.    IC    A    VRBCK  d-frltstaflu*  iMaad t-ttMMna  W   Mf* IW*������M WfcTHOTOS USED WITHOUT WTuTH-N CONtENT    _-M  MBRVOQIO DEIS.LITY  !������vucs������y fi5  Jmmi  Vttmft,  TOO     W!L".    ������E     A     WRECK  man of you. Un  \ plmplWbtotoJi-  oin-M, baabfuliu  ������d: alraralnu oea-  ^���������a _  " tob yon or year  -������_������_-I   m      .!tV12YTHm0 "WVAtE AMD CONrlDENllAL   >>  IU_AO-_ft ^matUrwhoUaatr-al-d you.irrltaforsnhon<Mtoplnloa Hm* ������f Cketmrn.  w^S_9i__W������T w* ������o������������ Tn(niATi-i������-NT ar-Vr on iK--5uiiflT        !  jiHNEDT&KENMEDY  C������r. Mlc%a������ Av2. nnd Griswold St.,  Detroit, Mlth.  to our Canadlou Contmpoudmt^ff^f������^.  ������ aad -fa>  ins MaMi-ao  ������������*t������ ��������� g������_PKa  i"nuip o. Mayiaiaii, iVioar.)     ****** **fcV"*'������ >*uv* _.u->v������ m*������������������������w, oauwiw  ,,. ��������� .    ���������       4*1^.444.1- ,  444^.44,      ���������*������..������.,���������-, ,, .���������44)  N_-Wtt-_e_s-a_H    meiitin'Windaor, Ont.   if you daauV Ve������ 1  ��������� us perjoai-ily call at our Medlcid Institute in Detroit oa we *eo and tstmm H  r������ BadsB-ts isa our V/lndeoi* of&ccs whkh aro for Oomspoudonco iind M  l^aborato-y ��������������������� Canadian lmsluws owty.   Address all letters aa foUows. H  ������t DISS. KE^rreCV 4k fiCfiMNC-OV. W?������U*~_.. ->-- I  ^_W-_W--. wnt������t������4������ a-Htaaa. Jtf  ^������rs������^5~_r_o  .Ths. Men=j_>ed_r_. pf The v.anadiaa Bank cf Cciriuicfeo ftev a fiutv^-w  convenient and economical method of remitting- small sums ������f moaey.  ; l^ey. are iiayabie without charge at every branch, of a chartered tanfes in  Casad?. (escbpljihT.-th*^ Yiftto^ ^Territory) and in the principal cities of  :the United States.'/'".'. '"'���������.-  The Orders and^full information regarding', them may bn obtained  on application nt ther Bank. y*   ,  in the event of loss of a Money Order the Bank will, on receipt of  S. satisfactory guarantee, make armug^enients io refund the amount of  tbe lost Order- .;.'. ?.'a._3a ..'.���������  cil  i  'Ml  \"ii  1  i  ���������'.������������������> ....  v ���������....������������������������������������-  ���������v*:^i  ....������UIIHI4MWW4M4W44UW4tWIMM4M44���������444.44444.44.4.4^.  -ai-W-������-������-iii-M-M-ii->--������MM-^^ wi 1 -limn 1 ii 11 ������n 4i11Ti4-i11.h_.il itoiM 'wiiii 1111 in  -i-������ii i-iii-iiti-ii--iri nr 'wit  tfjem  UU^mmmMJmmmmimm  v..^MHlkMiMA  HlMUiM.il " -a-SM-H-B-W SHM  :Ci|$__^^  I liam;yCra\^o_dy^dT.t^  ..  lo^eiipugh :$&V;i-te<iu^  ^*^e;bd^_r-Uiw;r^Wnift^  .;-$_s-.6;*I.-w^  itn._^_^lwi^  long, the' driver :'ts6miM^^^ii  THM   HOMM  yy&Fy%&&:':  )r^NB!ES^T  '���������������������������.'?;f:TTT-y^*?;.'>'' - y..?;������;,:''V''  '..Tie dining room is strictly'  ttpi-to-date' and  the? bar /sup-������  ���������    ��������� ���������.������������������-.  i      '��������� ������������������        ��������� y������������ ���������-.--.-:..���������       ....     ��������� * ._������������������   . ..-    .-*:��������� .���������> , .*.  plied with only tlie best brancl  {CcatimMd frQ-a_Fage i)  Nature never    considered a boundary  line.    It put> this valley here for us~  w������/Ameitf.cans~ 'and you Canadians.  There is no boundary line here.  ..> y"Wii������o-yf-we 'ytookyJ?^y varieties bi  apples ��������� ttM the Fouc-h National: Apple'  show, at Spokane and -carried: ���������'��������� * away  .be Qi>ld Medal Banner ^and Blue Eib-  rs vrill?' aotfeouly bn>eb������in������er!- -J^^s' *?^^j&������'v^ &  -gnripj. base  estimates o������ ;taxalieu, "e_e.,; q^jd yMedai, Bapner and JBlue Ribbon  the' ��������� besSr new "variety and 17  iBlue  -I&bbons for the   best individual  displays;    -when   ' we^'Went-  (tb'''.^e  si ijhejse y;reports.     .The bonds ywill for  9 pa-doff^'wlK������ l^,***^?6* 7,  ���������we * nave &ppOixxv->u-     w*. s-.^a*****-^*  at   wo a*3 at ^^aVstanfefein.;, Your a_*d carried:away the silver.eup^for  " .���������- r, . ���������     . ,_. .-        ��������� _,,,   the  best   display of produete on cut-  ountry, ydu people do������wn hero,    ^f ^ latt^ t_b  victories were not; our?  key  tk> the -4t_-vtioa. The   b������lk | ^^.    Tbey wej, Creston's as well.  ���������soe-y' 'w$_k  JnUsi. y������e.;'doi-_;. ,.do^n< _W3iere_.the \-Koox������-_ay^aUej!>;0--' y fhe  - and u_t_essiybur goverameni ,,^d^r^^i^is.lda&b-l_b>^^,.?%''i^' Koote^  .' ���������' .      ...:��������� '.'���������.?      ���������.'   ..1' ~ '-.'������������������" 44,! -__"C-  -vr~u-i���������  ������Jf'-' ���������Q-.i+.io.'S ��������� *r*ifvT-.,;m.Ki*j iV������A-  people dolsome-amg, or perm-.: *������**.: ���������������������������.*���������--..-r*   *"*-"-- ���������*~*^T~, T"  ���������% m$mm. ������������-*^._������&^iw53_5f5- _S������������i-vl  ������?o wisb to tell you people   .     ,       s   ..- y ������������������������������������������������������----���������''���������-uwr.-;.-  ..-'.. Markets Want produce.;   , ^  ���������*���������*Wll* all ;-he grest - pDW-biUtS-s*; tithe   'KoKytenay i Vallejr  TuUy  before  ou    people  t������ do:  .st-ier.  :',^o,   >tihe ib;������i_i* Ktj-^-say;; ?i>hiat wis    af������  iiiing ttv':_4������'n-.6Ut.-s.a,ie.--~-d  ^ more  our   share in  .iny   -K>lut>ion ^oi  iS&sfo yoii? 2iay augBBst."  Its   yi.v-'icu  fRvwrv inan.  woman'___������% cMldv  tiiey  gkr." O'C-Oiagoan   ^rai ioudiy,. ap,' #^'^ ^S^^-fe^  ^^,'?'", _��������� ���������      _���������-������������������*.���������    ,   ^i_.������  ^4^u..4-ire!.moveineti*  lassaed.���������^h^yh������ ^^^^^"val^DW'to- grow ijirabthy bay alone,  ggd   G!.-4r^^/r/;i^p#t.:?rP^  toft-lee C.   ^French, who owns      , a boi-l,tryJ   cattle and .-.vegetable  iifr^  4T>rt 'lASl*'  Jtor.$iiii?!pi^^     and^-wou-d'^_a^3;:'ih  .e^&y i"*ay; jsqs^ible.!; P?;- y..v.;:.v:;'?v',':?':v;Vi..^y?'P  ^y^i^^^.^boksspp-tb'': next;; amd.���������>?���������.??: fca  btoyg&t^lSib ?ai_tri>ing squaxbiy wusU ,w  :;^vfii^e6t.y!;.:wh;ich :was ^Tbb'|:^^iue  inaiu?. pb-ht of discusinott--^li-ut c< hay-  ing: a -survey' made  afr?otice^'^Her'Hir^.  ed that"-'rfche meetihg-itafce tiie'-sfe^r**?^ ^ .. ...... ..,-.������������������    -  biice srad sitbw-id in; iw?,urwsr.-vi������ "f ^gbut p(^e^b^&^n������-^^������  maimer';;<that he was in lavor 6t^v.1&bJ.^T������ s^ted<mt %itb:theyidea of ;^  proJeoK-y'' ��������� '..-���������;. /,������������������;��������� '���������;���������  every 40 acreg-s^d-b^b^^^i^  pspsperifey-^hc^houi^Tyy^ai^^  bars'-md longsfeini^ro^^i^������;'$-^f#&--  ing the produce   to   tha >moi������ ? diatant  .cit-ea-o be-soldand^dtett^n-|||b^  entiredominibn, -'������j^l^f?^Effli-^an:  epoch making meeting.   It isy thb;^*$t  df Its J-Afcuse in, tho Valley ;and^������ei^aly?  i una ~  Y������. S. Hawking, one of, Idaho's?: aspst  promineofc bankers; was tbe next- speaker and T^"1** story, after story interspersed wifcH good, sound reasoning on tirby  ^-^ j-'  ���������" ��������� 4���������.   ���������������._^.%T3    'V'_   '  '     *^    ���������       _j>'   '     L'i'':;l.'  most eutertaiuingaddr-s-. ' He npoke of  thefuBelessness of the land as it lies at  present and said; t    .; ly  *>Were these broad flats reci-imed  the land whioh is now owned by ybu?  provincial government/ and wbi-h is  dir-otly owneot'tO the very smallest ex?  tent by; private icd:vidnals would be  homestebdetd. .?���������It w^uld be. cut up^inljj  tracts, 100, 40 or less in acreage.' _?orty  "acres is eadngfa'for any -naan. ��������� He; "catr  baadie mcrs-bttt fo? ssskias a litias 4S  apres is ample.  -_  -'������_aLj_      ---���������'  raot on the  iowi������i*cds-,t6 -������ia_ie rei������ly*^tnGt aro-. M������t-+s.^     ..,...,  of over-production'in "t-ils broad yal-  ^tK: We have;^'niany.^^  the._-d-lre5s.i0i y, ^.oli^ismain y^l  A_abri<?a_i-^ uel^-vt'iba.43. ,;������_&.  reach '^_-ilil&-. fiie dele^tionfor- its  ������jGw of -Bfie__-Jt by ^bringing over so  y blui^ypibminerit Ida$bans rtp  oost slb-sig the reclatastion sctterae  ind cioeeti bis remarks by saying:  ^lecd Idaho's Help  "We on this    stab ,o]t������tfhe Jijie    arc  nly open : -.. to   any assistance,  naiacial <jj, ofcherwise, that Idaho oan  Her.     We are one iii "i-his prbjeot1 ol  and    1-here is no doubt if this  and is ^I_?l-fledyi^^w tlie  bo*_-t-vy Valley inv British.   Colam-  ia and the Panhandle of Idaho    the  ost glorious   country in  this broad  [.vest.    I,would, have no, use    for    a  ijovenwnent  that could iiot see '    the  lOssibiUties ' In   reolamt-Uon,     but   I  now that our government will listen  the people.      We have fair-mind-  d people at Victoria and we can   cx-  eo_ iusWbc in bar uhdcrfcaking.,,  ���������'The Po-isibUitios ;; hi' Our Kooter  ������ys/V. wa^'tihoy "brood 8ytbj_ct-:f on  ,vhloh - C. yti. rH-ideman, a former  |U'.S. ^vo--lmi-nt? ccrport and .now ' a  anolver ut jBoijners ( Ferry #as staked  1/0 speak upon^ . ��������� Ho:, said*:In part:  XiiiJ lor sUch;:prbducts.    '���������We;������dubtl-ss  will Jbave^' ^rd;:ba^--s>'t?6*;fi0t;;: ,;h^  Sore we can     get these prbu^ucts >'cbin.'  ing from our valley.     feu|^e'y_rekf-  er   the fight tte better ��������� -we  wiH ett-  |ow:'_t; We! wSfit'this lahtd[������������������iia '���������' WtS  turning oter something .ni* i^M^ty,hx$mt .0 Isil you^ thalOwe are willing '&  products, something in    ^W^f-^t^;^^  m������������������:'*l believe that the reoTaia-itt? of these  &at-Lm ia iliWa������  4--..4<.~.*44\a .   I.J11   '������' "*tr������iw ?--^jnJ  soon reach that goal. It is too' good b  propoaition to turn doWn. ^r "^ve;  have met with opposition of all sbr^  But;we have not given "up, :Wo are  going to stiok with it until w������ acooffl?"*1  plisbiour end.', "?��������� ''  ?W. S. Watson a poke1 of thp encr-apss.  sear-e of revenue ths flats if reclaimed  VTOUld be to the country and :!dsc&r(4^Li  that ths Dominion as a whole wpnld  ���������^elcorae the pro?p$rity' that; wbnld  ffello*^ a progressive move is thisjvaUeyi,,  B, E.'Eflio^., one of the commission-  ers of Eeciamatii-n"Distriot Ivb 5 i?ho  will have the matter of taxing tbe people and issuing the .jiecessary. bonds in  hand when the work is done was the  nesfe speaker." yHir.^'SlSctt vsraistcd* little'���������������&���������,  time iir gemngMbwntip JhieRr_^j^-ri^__%  tbatthe meeting^hadf BeeS cailecf ibT3$i?  ting tbsse fiats reclaimed sod I belief e  that this joint meeting will bring the  iTB-nitB.'? ,....;������������������:...   ; . ']{ . ,.; t?,.,?;.??:,./  Drove %7 JViii.bs To'Msetinjs  ... ...JPS  ��������� _r5SS-S5_S5_ :������������������;,>. ������yw*^f iji^Wg^ ;^  ; VAs soon   as the . lowlands meeting  t.:J^i. '���������^���������IL-l1' _-J.^'T.'.'ii^;ii4V',,:*ii_i-" **ii-_,-.-i::..'JEl_i-it'_i.  %xHnm��������� -i-\j������^;./������^^M_������i.UT...T...������^u^,T.'������*>-������^V  ^fVwt'4V  W^::'to&m. y.tH^^-hb?--y.- Boiiiip^i^vj^^  ijjtefee.;' ti-_i|es bad > beeni loadfi-i >;; down  yritih' :*!^^ts^!?;'%������t^a^iS������|;gtijppO!sej_:  fog- bo? in->^ ���������.^yid_i^.^.;*^i^Wr'^^;^ty.  frfein whioh:-)y'j^ v-^s-torsi' ct._aolv'and  ssoug-iy Kg!.- lufci&a 'e-^bl<ra'.-'4p<>:--^carb  fb^ the iamer man. yy'y-j  ?y^ames (^mj^c^^  S'fr'lfelie; issss msstisg,: ac-ted as 1>v_ir/s>|  and  master,;  throughout ���������  kept 'Usis.gs  #e"-> eVenirig.  2-_-f-.il   ��������� T   -fc   "S   ���������*.  Sffic-viSgig  or ^end; ior<m%  3ii   4k   %..���������-. ^fta&V*V  ...1���������������W������������������T-'^O' .  nu,vu   :4������0  thjRodgers,   pxesideut of the Board-    off  A, J.Kent, 3oanS-s^6^o������i6������a^fi j;^^^i^i^^^^^^    _t-  +.K<.  becster was next caiisd 1 '������__v������     _     ���������   >_���������=- Sj  Siiiii  ���������vno.b butbo confined his remarks to^ the | w#s called" upon first tb again    wel-  objtne i?hb Irtsi^  ^^ded. a hearty welcome "to the  Maboans? and/ then spbke of the mat-  i������r in hand as follows:  ^^ssgtemept that he believed tbe -^  ptam'ation project Wp^Jd ^ found t^ be  -tsource of great wo^J^'^tojt-iaydiii^t;.  He pointed one the fact al_o that some  of tbo men present at v the time bad driven 17 mUes. from? ac'roaa the border to  take part in the proceedings.  ^ ^^reB0lnti??t8 ?r they eyenibg which  J&ii'be found prioted in full on the first  Jpa^o of this issue _wjBi^th^  fore the saeetiag W tbs isscrataW ai.^  were adopted by the satnerii-g W-tbopt  ouedissenting vote- It v?as then nibvod  $y the secretary thiat a del^tibsi; be  ap^oiatedio^^ take the resolutio-i to Vic-  toria and blaca tiiAiWHafAwk ������i.���������������������i-.i.'  ��������� . . ������������������. ^.   ���������' V..W4V4H.B   VUAUi������������������������,  luolnded in the motion was incorporated a section Which urged the ^legation  ^b-press the case bb hard as, pbssibls in  order that action might be taken at once  *��������������� W^^mo^dtlKt^^-io^6_ti ^������~������-������������i  oeri^be made one of tlie delegates to)  Viofeo-i!.aad^vii.o-_-l OoBScibib Gewi  fuli-of tiseful information  I6r ���������^TVLh^:&Om^S^yt^0:li::  V'^Creston .sand  ^ Creston Valley are  smaill ia  the    matter bl population,  and finances, .but .they-.are  willing to.  meet you gentleinea hsalt way.'j_i?_bis  ptoposi'tion.     We; realize Itiat it ? will j  'be ^easier to   work iii harmony   with!  you    people that if   we were fitting [  -be bsttit? alone.     We -h-nk tfeat weT  haw  the aaly spot- on earth here   in 11  this  valley and;    we' are fully aws&e 11  1������y.-t3_e fact.?:'13-a>t':":'''we.,' would have  much  more  ;to our ;beae-it if ali.^^ this  vasit quantity of load now lying idie  were undet c-dtivation^  -������������������";���������;'/��������� Urttluxt  BJL2.  ssn  'vK '"';���������''. He^.:;0_-iee ..%���������;���������: 'x: v:  XM&i    EDMONTON.    1  I  Mr. Rodgers then^^ told  t^b visitors  c* vvy ,������������������ aotivra     bx    the'? Assbc^tbd |  Boajda, c^Trade in endp-rs-ng t-iey?'re-l  ciamiition scheme   and _.q)l-ri_(e������_;    to  t-i������n- just htkW mucii%vf-i^t.,that?; pr-  ioa has ioT this province. .,:  Showing all the Very Latest t'  :, ?Fash-bnsV:a   IsdUss! ������.Bs-t?:i  Trimmings, Flowers, Ribbons.  "*���������"  ' ������������������'������������������i.-...1 ;j ���������"; ���������',: '"..'py-', - '.'f-?'"y,'^-'*  We have also a large stock of  ���������Children's   Wearing.   Apparel, ;  for the Fall and Winter seasons  -M  ftuslc fo   BAyttigtfgAn'''  "QniSS Blsii'.!  sd the name of James Com������-  t ?h before the  xf_are-was- ������eguii- a musical poPbgi^mj*  . .^'"l^pvu was a revelation    to the local"  _-*.her.Dg.   Thes������ tworpbople  ss^ivsli ^ v^ v-sitors,    Th-  men were accepted hf tbe meeting by a  ananimb-urvote and they ^wjU have the  reclamation scheme in tHeis1 bassdi  ing the 1 ature vreeks.   -?bey wili leave  'j-;b.\--y-?2  S^ta-dsy fdf Yict^^na wiU viiie tho  Premier, and" his?" Ministers ^early next  ���������**' ;^^^:^&'*^ne_.-^f^ mbtioa  tl-a-'tha ^nbe^ I^h^  ������ske|/:'wr' sebd ^a'^.e^ife^Monirv^iig5'  te-bpSso^, J^d?^ r, keen k pj^ to; g^pd use j  and i    large "majority male'  singers.~ fey the vcoo-muhity-had   y .been \  '$mtfo&e& awnmd    the banquet tables.1|  r.;.^3J_j������; .G-^a__e_: 1 W^'il^vxsc    ot)  t^syy lobai     tale3it./to bo  cetttiii-t. r.K'l  .and lie had    difficulty   in "getting b'S  ^1^^0^/0^,4611^      ,A ::\<^d'::^. v;;  :^^^:  Taker's: yfame  as an a.ter-  Cuuiptoa and"Iipwe-.t^g g^di^^^M  '���������^ t:'y~y. "Wh6B������������a!-i?:;;'?^ v^;'^^^  -;:.'G^eral<J������mia_^oa M������?i^J_������t3; - ' ������.  '���������^'it'''''" !>.' ;<>..".'"'.> ..'f;: ���������'���������|.|.l|i '.;.)j, **  /'?*'_i?i"I  i-"'?'.v;.3*.V!������������-l  ^T^*_?V->|  ;Pli-_mjt^P.^^.:;iB4^^ ;^>l_bagU^S?  f rb-u^'t^ ?.^_d|ij-]. ^ ^  :.+-K_0-nrt 'v:.'- 3������g_rtf__^^*������������������>si'--:  %_SB������_:.������: m -������_T  wiirea tor  gatei^ei^he^jieft X^sfcenj ^W^jss  cuss iand said in part;.  r -  f-������������������������'���������?'��������� *y>y-   ��������� ���������-.      ��������� ���������  , .^'Isccmias o-������ hers from i-oase-si aay but will Undonbfcediy have someone  ^Feriy and'Northern Idaho ^e want Vb '     ���������=       -  assure you first tfiat'w'e recogbii_e  V������<������f  IjtiJ.. *h������ -RVtrkfonnv "X^Bilov  ,���������"0 .. T**-^. -..���������   ���������������_���������������������������.-4*.���������.^ ���������    *,������������������.-���������-^ .  "KCo-rt-  We ore yelliag for the same, country  and;Iknow you will agree with mi*  when i say that it is a jgood country. ''.'���������  "We are here, tonight. What, fov?  Here is b large body of mebi all bt5.thtf  same blood, all with the same idealp,'all  beloncing to the same race, the race,  that won't keep still. The race that has*  torn down 'moofftains, hat) sent rivers  ivmszs; -^satS. ?:,^at ireauentyy itEtervals   but: bis remarks went^;?-to-:pifove??-noS;''^1  v--..., ...      . ^  L   ���������. ..,.,-, f^'^f6 ������^ Prof   Wa-kier^'cii__������*:^:^can:  Er-iesfr^ompson "i&Urtf������''Mffi ,^^^2^^^  '���������'i&B^?&&;&&fmf������^^  . :?fo-c^:nk-Hng';^  miles out of their couraea, harne'rted thoy;'-"-^^  resources for the country; ^r_'8b  not' want lit to lay as' a; frog pond  and breeding place for mosquitoes  forever. Don't allow any petty factions or opposition Ifto hurt y ^iis  cause.- It is everybody's proposition  and I firmly believe we are going to.  ..Win.'-'   ... ' '���������'"���������?���������  T. M. Bdmonsob here injected the  only note of opposition into the  m-e-ing. He gave facts. and figures  on ������vanorAtion, and wave otber deta  to show that tixe r-clamaitlon s-fietao  might nob be worth while. ..������������������ ���������    :���������   ...  Prof.-    S.     W. Wallcei'i'ot Bonners  Ferry, was tbo next   speaker, and ho  put a damper on Mr. Edmonson's ar-  !gumtnt, iby saying tliat.the fl������wres he ^  had ;ju.5t heard .would apply-to .an eV of un have the building of homes ��������� nt  irrigated district but wbuid yhardjy heQtfr w6 bU virnnt'- tho Innds oloiired  hold iri> conwptiqnrywi^Lth^^^ ^n,np around here so ^hat there will be  tho Koottenay Valley. ���������JHesaid:'-t .:       ���������       v v.i       n-i j   i-  .   i        .',        ���������     ./���������-.   ������������������������������������,���������-f ���������-...'       I more honion, more net tiers. The, m������ jori-  ���������������������Th-" proccdihg speaker has;oalcUT ty of nfl nro  plftneM^ 0f_r forefathob  tui descriptive poem "Orag,. the Koote-  iwerej bailed upon for songs m1  - ouick  nay Bam", in which he describes the  !:������������������'.���������   ..i':      ��������� "���������. '.���������'������������������.    ."';'.v '.t';t4i-. V  glorious Kootenay country was recited  Pyfl;b all the expression that a man saturated with the knowledge of the wealth  and beauty of bis Valley home oan  |hrour into -it, "by? iir, Heideman. It  iwa������ a. fitting close- to a nf&ht in wbioh  c-hb?fiacr tilings of. nature-had been lost  in the material discussions of the reclamation soheme.   .���������..-:?���������  Enthusiastic Closing  ���������;.:r*;?_-^\_iiaw-er :^l������-en^;smoj(V|_a^i^  c__tt-;T.|b^k?Jbto';X'.-fe.-:^  eniccttsic^but'   tltere was '^'iso-liia^  ^ng.^ v p^y. ;Murdooh    s^ by sin  'eoupjs  yojt songs _lnd    Prof. -TWalker 1 ;_u.hvJj_ic:^'ioiS^^^.-"-:V.':^  .m������^b,a^ y^  It ywas a case of Scotchman ori-iois-  ing ^cotohnsatt; so.Murdoch was>  srm-  turally   critioised only in the    most  Xayo������iM6^itg5it:; :*:.-"y' ���������>' ���������;���������  air, tho water and the power of thp uui-  verse. Why are here? Primarily to re-,  claim the fiats. ...   '...;,.;,       ���������...  Race Of HonieBuHdors  ''"'  We are homo builders.. Tho mojorl-  sobgs.  G'Camghm Thanks Crostofi  ^ P  M.  M:*m\  ' t  "It is  pit^wrumptiinis onimy,(part to  i^ome ftcrontf    the Uno hore'tb���������'���������'I talk  the   pofisibiiitibs of the ..oo-enay'  r������Hey.  ;���������;'   Yo.uv. aro   awake ���������. already.  Tou need no stirring.up. ,  Thoro.   ia  a       .  Bit/tlo moro to bo said;:  41. ' '..'  No Boundary Line Hara  MWay up'iibrUi Ia, Ala������k^ ������ome  I/tMirak,ago'y. vfp fowrt-d what' w������wi  [tmowu aaytifeo. Arotlo ' Broth-r^ood.  [iho &ipgdn bl the ora-r.l-allon Avhlch  iwaa ' composed vt men from Canada  [and men from-tlio United Statos was  MNo Boundary IMnb Hero." . There  [is no boundary lino in this rocltima-  [tion proieot.. Wo are f*U lutorefttod  In  tho 'samo    idcwtlcAl   thing.    Wo  rtglS'if m'^do "in" donncctioit��������� ������������������'- v^bh ������tntion in this aud other countrici. Wo  itrlgatrtjd landstbut condition-^''de;'and thev have gone along, building;  jnon&tratcd by the imports, Qt prominr homes and our ohildren will continue iii'  bnt ehD'nWs.   a,re    d ���������'."'������������������*  dallied land like wo hope %6 have in J_������V'������n_.������ ������f ������m. hJ'a i_ t-������  the'Kootenay Valley. Af* a mabtor ^A������ we-want to do, at this timo. is to  of fact p'vaporatlon continues and ������������t some plan ou foot to find out whetb-  'lii^ter bbiter conditions' on reolalihcd er thono-Hita-oaii bo reoWlmed, We do  la������ds:.thun  * thoy' -do at tho pwnont not know how to db" it:   We are. only  -imp..       ., ".'.'.;   ,i   ,,.: loymen.   >/Ve are fnrmers.   We are no|i  Soil70 Feet<Db,e|ni'.:." '���������' fugiivow������,   ifyonwnnfc wo���������people ���������on  ;   T^o Kobtonay river runs in a ohan-. t������>������ othersldoto hflp justgivo jawh^ap  nol that brings ideal soil' .'.''to       tho find wo will oirti^ over and  help yon.  flats.    Thord, is yo^tablo matter   in We will do nuytbiug nnd every thing*.  tho soil   to a doptli,   of'  al; lom\> ,70  Wo will go rlKht down in  our pooko'ls  Ifect   ftrid thlH     litis hewn causod.  by    .      ���������'   ,     ' '- " ���������  Hbb'Wv������ftfiwfc'covwinj* up'-ofl������ie vactv f''r * MOO   riRht now if nooessnry to  ttablo matter brought down by      the htfp this projnot along.   It is going to  ^waters of     thp ages atid those of the bo a big job nnd wo must Btipk together  [present day,      Tills,    vbgotahlb   cell  g0i������ie ol! uh   umy' k dend i>������fore thin  -w   -,a������,^w *..     ������Nir. ���������, ���������-��������� wiiM������������r  lloldB   ^^ mA     hoW* hoBt h^Ut work is o. mphilod bnt we must Oo along  av_ notMng kto,   aslc; vi* aro willing \aian    ftnv    other    Noil -for rw.Uon. .    ,' .���������������������������-. . ., ,  - ' ' " y ]Mt   enough mineral i������*er- ������h ,f w0 wwo ������oU*  l0 Mop ���������������������������������������������������������������  avercod with tho vogrtnhlo matter'to ������f do Jars worth of roturnB from tbe������p  iKilvo   tho fibil    tho'strenglb'Miiat    it reolalmed  lands,    Maybe w������ will not  .       ������ f  i ������       ,   ,���������      . , .   ,1 * 1   I r-    m>i ** -*���������    Ai������V^(-������r/A        ������        ���������     ��������� ^i  ��������� I ,���������       .     ."  I������l ���������    ������     ���������   .1 ./  ��������� ���������OAJUillti JiUVA'    -J-Hi*        f*'-������>    vi.tv*-.*    wUi_*f*-        titlb   Mlt������  I til U<������������ m-,**.*.���������-<*%.������_-*_#   ������f A*������ Oi;s l/4������Mii><  |1Aon    -Ih gradually"   ground   niw'nnd lmvei HOmathliig.  1 finer, mnUinK     th������ Knil hol/Uir nH imii ;��������� ���������-. ������������������-  ft/ (7T-   -p"_������������-"4.'0'<n> M.VHMOU   _������JI       4J41|>-_,11>D    I  for tthe guests aud returning cheers by  'these same- .visitors. ��������� ^God Save The  King" snug with all the fervor that  good Canadians ban throw into it was  followed by an equally hearty rendition  of ������;My Country Tis of Thee" by the  Americans present,  ", Tho invasion of the largo delegation had rather caught tho Creston  > business men ��������� napping -early it- the  day,: but tlwy-- 'outdld^any former ef-  rbrtsnn the lino of providing entor-  tainmonJt*by providJfig a smoker' for  $ip! guests in tho Button liotol.,- 'it  jyuslatb itr'tlie afteinobh beforo' tho  prombtera of tho smoko* idea 'got  busy, but-they 'produo-d"������,fino array  of iooal'tal-fit' to kebp the visitors  from' febt-lng lonesonio while in a foreign land.  'James Pound who has boon -spending  aooupio of mouths with bis sister/ Mrs.  O, Adams, of ICriuksou, loft Tuesday for  Gulgury. -.  ,  John Aihorton loft Tooiday for Nol-  pon where he will work during the com-  iiig.inoiiths,..'...,.  oonoedo Veverytlvhw.        Wo ywll1!, 'Tftcrc io  k^o'^aU alike.    Nature hab been, at  iWa^k'Tfioro   for a million ycarMj to bo  |M(b--e,     forming   mmwm  mountains,  imd-lrc this  VAllcy, b_>_.King this fine  talhivitt. deposit down hero for uo   to   years of fanning go on.  ffn������ko vse of and giving ua homes. ;.Na-  Tho   Bank of Commorco in lxokiinr  forward to tho timo when it oan it.i|'im������  iiUu UiliU^iu iu IJioiH/    Ol    llm    I'D-     I'llllk  building.        .'.'..  '���������NroHiliiRln thn w0r!<Jl.oau keop this    .. ��������� . town from growiug^if.,,those flats ars  Prnf   Wnlkor's nddr^w*. wan-one-    of ^ "   ���������    -^  fturo never, luttnded that tbero should   the   most     plcasln������    of   tho evening reonumeu.   J-uppo-e youumtr-Ouwa io-  ptxi a   i|>pun!diu^..lln/d). ta������. jt^b*, ,yalVjy������|inud.hp ^as.ijiY^ii. n,,itho j^gjad^ ������.  A meeting, of ths C*-e*ton U-Userva-  ttve AHHOCiatloii   will  Do  beltt  tn tha  -y Friendly Meetings Do Oood        :���������  ""0/J-V.M.. Yoiing .who wa������ next called  upon, divbiled ccm^derably __- the  good v; ;t*p/t   comes    pf such ������������������fri-rld-.  mv^. of 'r;*w>8^closely aUied oe*atouiii-  -*-f>J> '������������������Even if nothing should come  oi this 'mass meetmg,.although; I  beIi_vo there will,'.' ho sjaid, '*we  Have gained' through our better know-  ���������ledgo oii'd, bobber..' tacqualntanocship  with opr neighbors, across the line.  Wo now know their hopes' and?uims  and tlioy kpow; what,wo want. Wo  cam' nbw. 'Avofk together. Wo ' ��������� are  proud of. our country jand valley and  wo aro' proiid of tho men who arc  bolpipig to., build .up, tho seotlon of our  valley which lies across i/ho line. We  ttto glad to \irork witJi.them awl I.  feel; that after this mooting thoy  .will wllHngly work with uo."  'Fj yj~ Kllngpnsmlth was noict called'  upon for a song anid ho had to plead  i4onlyoniotming with'.mo'.Vb-loro thb  gaWiorlng   would lot, him    tnko   his  (jcb/t.''1^ ���������-' -.'���������������������������;���������'������������������'   .CirbHciestCause In West'      '   ���������  W.,B. Hawkins, d>hp gcntlom^i- from  Kontuoky, tho land of ^horses, whiskey and beautiful women," was next  onllod upon, and ho too devoted considerable time to the benefits' .bat  will.v.������_c_ruc-'to> ^tho valley through  tho joint, mooting of tho residents on  tho lowlands'iftubstion. He declared  (that hb watf _l_,d thit ^Idalio ti-d  linked. ita, forces. with Brltisb_vCoiunv.  bla Iweaupe tho lpwlnnds roolawiatlon  project '-'yfih%\x6 "grllhuciii; cau__ ttf -lie  entire Paolflc- 'NdHhwcsfc:" Ho1 *dW  cu_<m*1" some 'of. ���������������-th������^Brcat> yields' ������������������ * of'  grain and irult in.onlor 'in slwaw just  why ho     ntnl bk colbonjriwm nrw     .'���������-������  ctithuslastjic ovor   tho .proBpeota,.;���������   at,  this valley.      '".    '   '  E. C. (I'lbbs y^n .*hn nnyt of    . tlie  local nlngnro to ontortain the feathering and lie   was well received.  u. w.   woirtomain uien tola  y Dhkirman O'^la^n^^ty.^/.^idsdio  delegation' V. <*U^ved.   a vote'; ol 't-kanl-s^  ioK thb Creston "people tot the.    man-,  viae; in    which be oasd Ms TOH������a������u_s:  had been 'y'ifec^vod M-(f ^s'- w*a:^ *&*  ^pondetl...ta a moment latey, by R. M., .  Beiid,' agent fo'r''il!he   O.PJft.. at' Ct*M' r'  :'ton.-.-.:':.' ;. ":-''     ' '������������������'       '��������� ���������,, -.'.���������������������������������������������. ���������, ������������������'  ���������'.  ;jr. j/V.,   Cr'pmptpn san������ ^ coupje t of  Bongs wbich' *; were vjoiii_d' In heartily  ;  by tlte ������*thbrii-g and this ^uraa  ;. tol**:  lowed by an address by J. B, Crc������k-  woli; who ended Msw^d-ksiby:;.; m-  citing -al* Btlrrittg ''Sparticus to the .  OTadio'tors>t Rome.*'    .V--; ;���������;���������"' ���������'::'::'v$-  ���������r. it. O'B:: ^j^^d waV thb bo-Ct  solqlsft .and then tho local singers  gave a c^upfe of _������xtbbt������*^  "���������' Ody Lowenberg wos iiho test speaker, on tho program.and ho told of tlie  necessity to rcclalin'tlib fiats in order"  .to avoid serious .trouble .among   .the  rosddonte ? in  the    future.       Ho ox-  plains ;-a number of the thing* bearing,,  on the lowlands movement and    then"  l*������b mooting ���������   Resolved ��������� Wa-lMtttft a  gK>noiral  -round     of . wtotta/inwient,  v-PWc"    Hfe'fit a Jolly    Obbd "Feflow'*  yffm. most,,prominent throughout, the  evening and   ���������   tbero" is littlei doubt'  but that, all- .precept, vrcto joily.;8oodt>  follow^ in fact.       The    local pi-opte  who Joined wi'Mi thb guests gjt-- ;. tho  smoker    woro as follows: p. B. Fowler, O. A.M. Young, ' doorgo ii, Bk������-  noy, Andy    Miller,   Ouy Lowonberg,  James ���������. Compton,    W. S. Witaon, J.  A. Crompton, ��������� William .Arrowsmttb,  ���������F'--^..W*������?Ws,HiH������W������i     K. M. )Md. O.  p. Rodgcrs,     C. tt. toy���������., ' W. iMur-  dock,vR. ������ '0>B; ' Wtegoro-d,* W.������ O.  Taylor, II. Watson, Capt. Cairubbjers,  II. Lone,    J.   o. Rykert,    l>ouafass  .tywr^IrWA tSrmimons, H. B. Downs,  A. OiHell, liuah < McCreatH^ WHUmtn  ^.urWnjrQy.HoMd,, K. 0. Glbbs    and  O: L. Wyim,.   Mra. H. B. Downs ao*  tcmpanlipdk.tflit>  sblolwU on ������w������ piano.  , A'voltb o\ thankn ni tho mbrrt, bmy-  ty mMuro waa extended to Wilt-am  Burton,    proprietor   of    the Burton  _ .,4i.j,.l.v, ������>Jl    lAtu   -aUUt'toAtU-UVUl' _4Ai  It-Mi*  '���������    '4   ...ll*'.. ������������������������IV "    ... . ��������� 44-. . ������        ���������    .. 4  .-(<������������������  ���������������  ���������'.,  ������,'!.���������  1    t  4   ... ��������������� J"*.������  ���������v:  v.  mwiiwnmim-iWiiiit'Hiii.Hi.. i. <tm  SaSmmmmmmtimmlmmmm^tmM^ZSX mW*i  Bend icr-free? sample to r?eut..N.IJ..Ni������-  ?;, )ional Drug & Chemical Co.. Toroowt  Elephants Asleep.  ii-  A question often raised in regard to  ;'-vhe African elephant is whether these  ;> {animals  ever  rest  or   not. . At .first  .\T>Iush it would appear that there- could  y'tmly be one answer to the question,  feo huge au animal.-must expend a, ter-:  rific amount cf energy ixn'd. therefore.''!  |������s one might reasonably; Infer, must  ;need more time than smaller animals  .for   rest   and   reinvigoratioa.   Never-  itheless: many travellers and some naturalists h^ve asserted that the,4fri-  j.an elbphant'in-its-native state-neKer?  'sleeps,* or at  least never lies down.  ���������A correspondent who has sent photographs- direct   from   Malelc;  on    the-  'White  Nile, says in the communication that accompanies them that the  White Hair Made Into Violin Bows���������  Siack Ones for Variety of Pus*v'  pus@S,  iy The subject of the preparation of  horae-hair for commercial . pui poses  is a? very attractive one. tho process  being curious and very elabo.ate.  The horse-hair arrives iu bales;  5 weighing about half a ton each,  and valued at $600. The chief sources of supply are Great Britain North  and South America, Australia. Germany. Russia and China.. The tails  supply the best hair because they are  hard, the manes being soft, and therefore of inferior- value.  The long hairs are suitable'for particular purposes, put. those of ordinary length are prepared for stuffing  furnitjure and other; upholstering work.  The hair is first; sorted- over'suction :j  scree^p. which draw but and cTarry  away; the dust. Color forms the first  asis bf ^!as$i������ic_.tibn'.black, white and  grey fhair being sorted out, and after  this tjhe hair.is divided up, according  to its various lengths and its quality.  That jwhich is to appear black is dyed  in logwood, washed and dried. Then  the various hairs are mixed in separate heaps, to make stuffings of various  values. After this the material passes; through a series of mixing machines or mills, provided with exhaust to  extract a'ny dust which remains.   . ...  The hair is now spun into ropes,  which are again twisted on themselves, and by a third operation further  twisted into a convolute shape.   They  TOO  'Kfirrrtoafr' t������ a���������vrtyrri'.TX'ia   TrTTT.ED   VAN"V-. A' WOMAN"-  picture, "represents a herd of 'female i -���������"---������  - - ��������� - ���������--  -  elephants   photographed ki  the  bush | are then soaked in cold water for two  near Malek. in the Mogalia Province 1 hours, after which they are baked in  ���������of the Anglo-Egyptian Soudan.   It has  been maintained that the African elephant never lies down to rest.    Sev-  sra.i luaj  be seen thus sleeping.  ',-t  SHESTEUGKAI  ROOT OF TROUBLE  *%  MRS.  COMEAU   CURE-t HER     KtD  NEYS WITH DODO'S K1DSMEV  I":..\ And Her Heart Trouble, Backache  iKv an- other ailments disappeared.���������  "���������''.'=5_.4 Says she owes her good health to  *y*s;r ( uoauS ������xicne> flits.  E& : i Petit Rocher. Gloucester Co., N. B..  r .��������� (Special).���������When. Mrs. Pierre L  Comeau, a well-known and highly re-  emperature   of   over   350   degrees  Too many hours over a hot stove���������too few for rest and recreation.  fWiCOr-i_Y has changed all this, ,,  MOON-tY'S   BISCUITS   aro   made   especially   to   replace   horn*  baking���������to give tho tired woman a chance.  IU3QONEY   makes  biscuits   for   every   time   and   place,  from   the  elaborate function to the xlaily meal.  SVSOONEY'S    PERFECTION  Faheuheit for twelve hours. This  damp heat destroys all imcieria life  that might possibly exist in the hair,  and also fixes the curl, and the ropes !  are hung up to cool for three days.  t: The inferior qualities are then untwisted and carded by machinery  while the good qualities are opened  out and carefully tiand-carded.  ,The very finest grades cost up to  $U15'������, lb. wholesale, and as it takes  about forty pounds of hair to make  a full-sized mattress, it will be seen  that the cost to the ordinary individual is rather prohibitive. The late  Queen Victoria was very, partial to  horse-hair mattresses, and always insisted upon having the best quality of  i white horse-Ii&xr.  The longest tails come from China  , aad Russia. These are first disiuiect-  5 eti. then they are dipped ia a bath of} ths infliction of a burn.--  In fact, -������ra  SODA BiSCUiTS  aro the freshest, crispest, creamiest, biscuits ever made. V  If you have never used them you have a delightful treat in store.  They sell in dainty packages or tin boxes  ���������in either case free from every adulteration  "LET MOONEY DO IT"  Th_ Human Body  Accepting 134 pounds as the weight  oi the aveifage ni_,n, we find that -??&-  ter alone accounts for JOft pounds of  the whole. Every fibre and every ceil  that enters into the formation of the  human body is bathed ia moisture,  and even the bones, -which appear to  be so. solid are more than half'--water.  That our bodias are full of water Is  proved by the blisters that arise after  '.anmctm*  rodent of tMs Place cured! soft "soap and-soda.'after which, they j twptay ������ja v������y ^Portant partto the  *'"-������������������- -��������� -       ��������� -    ���������   ��������� iejare  wet  hackled  to  get  ou.au  _a-ju__.___-i������-.y������Sy, ��������� --^ *~-_ .--    -���������=���������  " her kidney disease, her heart trouble  and other aches and pains also disap-  . peared. She cured her kidney .disease  Jeasily and quickly by using' Dodd's  .Kidney Pills,  j    "My heart troubled me all the time,**  ��������� Mr3. Comeau states ;V"and-I feared for  ' the terrible result that migbt follow.  > My limbs would swell, my back ached  * and I was always tired and nervous.  "These symptoms led me to believe,{  are  wet hackled to  get  short fur.    The sorted hairs are dry   enc>  "��������� ���������       -       - 1 cease.  the   vital   process   would   soon  ^rv^'AV^tbat kidney disease was the root of  ""   r all my troubles, so I turned to Dodd's  '; Kidney  Pills.    Before I had finished  ! the first box the swelling was gone.  . my back was well and my heart no  ......' longer troubled me.   I am now in the  *.'?i  best of health,  and iows  it all to  . >'\ Dodd's Kidney Pills."  Al-=?ay������ . strike, at. the root of  the  "    trouble.. And in nine cases out of ten  all  women's troubles' start  with: the  Kidneys.    That's why Dodd'B Kidney j  Pills are woman's bast friend.  carded, being piled up ou a board stud  ded with long pins, and drawn from j  the two  ends between au old razor"  and the thumb to lengths of five inches.  White hair, which is 3*> in cfees in  length and upwards is used for violin  bows. Black hair, whicb is slightly  stronger, is used for bows for double  basses. Shorter hair, according to its  length, is tied into bundles, and is  sold to brush makers or to plume  makers for ornamenting helmets and  tbe bridles of cavalry borses.  Long hair i3 also extensively employed for weaving into hair-cloth for  upholstery. In which a linen warp is  ������ged. and also in making the cloth  which tailors use for stiffening the  garments, when it receives a warp of  Virtue la lib Own Reward  Brannigau.���������What's the matter, Wil-  iskin?'  " Willikin.���������Matter enough. You  know some time ago I assigned all my  property to my wife to���������to keep It  out of the hands of���������rof people I owe  money, you know.  "Yes."  "Well, she's taken the money and  gone off���������says she won't live with  me because I swindled my creditors.''  ������������i.iiJ.c-i-.A-l o     i-*iiiiiJliv?������i _.  A Mild Pill for Delicate Women.���������  The most delicate woman can undergo a course of Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills without fear of unpleasant consequences. Their action, while wholly  effective, i3 mild and agreeable. No  violent pains and purglngs follow  their use, as thousands of women who  have used them can testify. They are,  therefore, strongly recommended to  women, who are more prone to disorders of the' digestive organs than  men.  jj,.  Scene: (Sgrocery bar.  Pts.    Sh-^l:.���������Pound    of      bacon,  ... please.  Canteen IVjanagdr.���������Yes;  what sort  i! would you Bike?   ���������'���������'���������  1     Pts.   Shonk.���������-Nice,   long,     streaky  ������ bacon;   then I can use the rind for  y boot  laces.  \ A story of John Drew's wit is cur-  \jculating on New York's rlalto.  '. Mr. Drew, at a New England lun-  ' cheon bf'turkby and pumpkin nle^���������  ' turkey and bumpkin pie are nowhere  ' better-served than at Moupuln'B���������had  1 the ill fortune to be Beated by a bore  and failure.  ' This !b'oro and failure, a tragedian,  . lamented the fact that he couldn't get  ; a place as "lead," and put tho blame  , upon the press.  . "There's a oouitjiivacy of  j against me," hn said. "A universal  ��������� conspiracy of silence. What ought I  < to do,'Drew?"  1     "Join it," eald Drew, nervously twisting up his moustache.  cotton.  ,.Th$ official wigs of judges and barristers are made from specially pick-  |-ed out hair, known as "dead" hair, because it has no glint "p:_ it.  The hair from the tails of cows and  oxen is also used for one or two purposes. The cow tails are dressed  whole and undyed for export to South  Africa for the use of the native. The  natives InsiBt on the hair being undyed. and they plate it into bangles  and over snuff-boxes, as well as combine It with the wire which is wound  round sjamboks and stickB. They also use lt for threading beads.  Cow hair is also drawn for weaving  into sieve bottoms, to form strainers  for cooks and gunpowder manufacturers, while horse-hair bags are used  for oil and elder presses and for brewers' Btralning cloths.  Lastly, goats hair from China and  Tibet, being very soft, is used in the  manufacture 01 babieu* urunues.  Eight Years of Bad  It  Eczema on Hands  An undersized yokel approached a  sergeant in the barrack yard of one  of our military depots.  "I want to join the army, please,"  he   said.  The sergeant looked him up and  down- and replied: "You cannot join  the army, my lad, you are tbo small."  "Too small!" said the youth. "What  about that rellow over there?" ,  "But he Is an officer."  Oh. is he?" exclaimed the youth.  "Well. I'm not partlcualr; I'll join the  omcera.-'  A Venetian Chandler  Mrs. Sastlake���������You.  while you were in Europe,'I-hear, Mrs.  Trotter. _        .'������'-'       ��������� ���������  _  Mrs. Trotter.���������Yes, inaeeu; a������-u.-���������������_  were rowea aoou. us ������������= -������������������������ r**r- .~������������������  deliers for which that city is noted.  7 .i _-������*- -t-Qrt  ������������ J-ll������Mf.UUl  Sirs.���������I have used your MINARD'S  LINIMENT for the past 25 years and  whilst 1 have occasionally used other  liniments I can safely say I have never  used any equal to yours.  If rubbed between the hands and  inhaled frequently, it will never fail  to cure cold in the head in twenty-  four hours.  It is also the Best for bruises,  sprains, etc.  Yours truly,  . J. G. LESLIE.  Dartmouth.  ? Sure Method  Gay boy .���������I have come, sir, to ask  for your daughter's  hand.  Pater Famiiias.���������Have you spoken,  to her yet .' .  Gayboy.���������Not yet: That's why JL've  come to you.    I want you to refuse  .     _    ,._. '      _���������        ������������������        ������������������._ t.^������       .4444.S4       ���������,^  your consent ������o as ������.-������ __u*������-w ������������������������������������;u������.  her's.  Business Proposition  - "See here, Mr, Slands," Baid Mrs.  Tompkins to'the.grocer, "what do you  mean by giving me only nine-tenths  of a pound of cneese when I. am paying for a pound?"  "In selling Swiss cheese,, my dear  madame." said the grocer with dignity, "business caution prompts me to  allow mvsslf 10 ^er cent for the holes,  which, as you must be aware, make no  impression pn ,tlis most v������s.������c������4.s������y as*,  justed scales.."  ^r"i_. _     ������*��������� ��������� _   ������~_-ju , *.- *___   .+ .- _- .     ���������-������ __i.������ *"r������-~_-__.  ��������� ne r-iii 1 nax orings pjchct,��������� wuou  after one has partaken of a meal, he  is oppressed by feelings of fulness and  pains in the stomach, he.suffers from  dyspepsia, which will persist if it be  not dealt with. Parmeles's Vegetable  Pills are the very best medicine that  can be taken to bring relief. These  pills are specially compounded to deal  with dyspepsia, and their sterling  qualities in this respect can be vouched for by legions of users.  mi** Mnrr  .���������    tl..~tll-V  U-uirc&t  Cured by Culicuia Soap and Ointmcxit  M-is Maty A. Dentlcy, 05 tTnl-rimltF St..  . WcritK-al, wrlt*>*������, In t% r^^ont l������������tl'-r: "Komn  'nine y������ara ago I not1c<Ml ������m-ll pimiiliw break-  Irin out.,on tho baclc ut my IiuiuIh. They  became Very lrrltailnir, and cr<vluuUy tx-raum  ������ow. io that I coolcl not aitvp at nlRlil. I  eonnulti'd n phynlrlan who tfatiwt mo a loni*  timo. but It-not w6r.,o,-an'l I rould not |mt  ill}' hmHil.t id mii; r. 1 -u* !i.-..nA ill ll,;,  hnnpltul, ami It war Junt tho name. I wtts  tulil that it vviu, a very bad cano of ccxr.rua.  "Well,IJu������tUeptonu������ingnv<:ryUilnj! that I  Could for nearly right jr������ar������ until X */m  ���������dvUed to try Cutl-ur* Ointi../int. X dM nn,  and I found aftor ������' f������w anpii(-,t(t><iM tho  lairnlna NAaaatlotu wcr0dUtppi;2.rlnt(, t^o'il'-l  Sergeant Cockle, who was a rough,  blustering fellow, onco got from a wit-  mmR more .than ho gave. In a trial  of a right to a fishery he asked tho  witness. "Do������t thou lovo fish?"  "Aye." replied the witness with a  grin: but 1 donna like Cockle sauce  with It!"  Tho roar of laughter which cchood  through t.l.<������ court rather disturbed thq  learned sergeant.  ���������'.Mlart Tei������h,������ol. always declared that  hIip wouldn't; marry an angol from  Ucavcn." annonnood Mr. Gazznm, nnd  y<;t she Is actually engaged to marry  young  Mr.  SUIdmore."  "Thnf'H all right," common led Mr.  0a7.7.itm. "No one. who knows Skid-  more will accuse him of being an  angol  from  lloavon."  !*:,rr,r>r. <<o '���������r.nnr?'*''!* Indulfrlnj- In  Riniday morning fishing)���������I'm surprised to find you flailing hero, tny .hoy.  Hoy.���������Wyn. D'ye know any place  whorn they l������ltn bettor, guv-nor?  PILES CURgD ������N S TO -54 S3AVS  Your druggist will refund, money lt PAZO  OINTMENT   tails . to   cure - any   case  of  Itching,   Blind,   Bleeding  or    Protruding  Piles In S to 14 daya.     60c.  .  Robert Herrlck, the author, was  talking at a luncheon in Chicago about  literary figures.  "Figures," he Bald, "are only good  when they illuminate, when- they underscore or italicize one's meaning.  "As I passed a building operation  the other day I heard the foreman employ an excellent figure.  '"What are ye*' doln* up there,  Smith?' he shouted from the pavement.  "A head appeared above and an injured voice replied:  " 'Layin' bricks, of course.'  ���������*' 'Well, by gosh,' said the foreman,  'from yer silence ye might be layln'  eggs.'"  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Mr. Crlmsonbeak.���������Here's an. item  that says the swan outlives any other  bird, In extreme cases reaching three  hundred years-  Mrs. Crlmsonbeak.-i-And, remember,  John, the Bwana live on water.  "How did the rumor that Blllfaro,  the restaurant-keeper, was financially  embarrassed get out?"  "Someone saw him dining' ln his  own restaurant I believe." ���������  Angry Wife.���������-I wish I "were dead  and cremated and my ashes put in  an urn on your dressing table; then  perhaps you would be s-s-orry.  Facetious Monster.���������My, dear, that  'wouldn't end the family jars���������it would  only begin them.-  Shifofi&Gim  B_!sM? stop* coBrifa-.,, cures colds, beats  tha throat aad Ina-js -      29 caata.  Fathefa Requirements  "And are you positive that you can  support my daughter?"  "I think that I can make both ends  meet."  "That isn't sufficient. Tho man who  marries my daughter must not only  make both ends meet, he must be able  to make them overlap."  Proper Place  His Friend.-���������-fhere's"a tipless hotel  down the street a little way. Let's go  down.  Jiggs���������Just the place. These other  ���������ones here are tipping something awful.  A Domestic Firm  Fist Omaha Man. (in surprise).���������  What. Back already? Why, I thought  you were going to see Europe?  Second Omaha Man (cheerfully).���������  So did I. but it seems that New York  saw me first.  - The champion Btlngy church congregation has been found ln Marshall-  town, la. The pastor of the Friends'  Church there resigned when his flock  voted to cut his salary from % 1,000 a  year to $800. That was bad enough,  the pastor thought, for a man with a  wife and six children to support, and  ho decided it was rubbing tt in for the  church to demand that he keep account of all fees received and credit  the amount on his reduced stipend.  He has quit in disgust.  Steps a Cough Quickly  ���������Even Whooping Cough  Sixteen  Ounces of tho Quickest,  _ure������t  ' Cough   Remedy  for SOo���������Money  . Refunded If It Falls.  sleep well, and dld.nou liav������ any  Itchlm*  dutttyt tlie night,   t Wan -'���������--   '���������-��������� *--  me CtiUcura Hoa '  iftcr a wliil** to  an, I atuck t������r, Iho Cutirins,  triiatiUKUt, and thought If I 'tr������ul(l ������������������,������.��������� nOn-r  Yarned,-*! for ovr-r *v.y#n ymm ������������Uh no r������_������nlt.  and atter only having a ?<���������-/ spi'ltaatlAitH an'I  T.T.i'.V.^' 1".*."    fm������n   ^Ontiiivrm    Olflltlioilt.    It  ������l������*<������irYcU -> fair trial with tt.jieyc.xr *t\<l ntuit-  bem rain. X ni������l tlm Ciilleiira Olnltrunt  ar.il Ht.uo for ru'sriy ������'.* monfhM. t������i<) I am  iliwl jo ������;.-.>��������� tV.st fhw h"~"1������ nn H<������_t ������*  {myona. It la my valah that ywu puliiu-h Um  t������tWtn all tlie world, and If snyorw doubt- it,  ot tltsm write tn������"  r>>4*i������������,-������   flnitn   ������n*1   <1>������trrMWlt  <U"rt ������<:>li1  1>V  "driint)������'������  and   .leain. u������������.������ *.a...^.     ....   .*  t)K*-_f tm������m .imnl. nf *������,���������h. with X������-f\. I)(K������V.  *������nd| to Tout i������nii������ ������ i.i,i;ui. iv������j>i������., ������_  Columbt-i Ave., Ito-toa. u, u. A.  Puzzle  In   Matching  Mrs. df������ Htylc.���������Mnrlo, I Bliall lake  oim of ili������> children to church with me.  Tho Maid.���������Ych'iii.  Mm. tie Style ���������Which ono wl������l no  lirnl'"   J"OWM "*  t'om thiiWh iih Iwcilflli uniotiK Ihe  world'u ikW'cr.'.liiii produelny coun-  tri������H4.  W. N. U. No. BB2.  ���������*���������' ' ' -,' ������������������'.r.t.i r.t r'^vlnti rnnwuni**  nhAul two million rocniinutH dally.  Oold to the vali.f of over $2r>0.0(������t������  was yl#>ld*>d from N*������w South Wales In  onw u.u.aU.  Tf you lmvn nn obstinate, riflAp-nniUeA  cough, whlcli rofuHes to ���������>������ oiirnd, not a  fiO-cont bottle of rmox, mix It with homemade aunar nyrup and ntnrt tnlclnpr It. ln-  uldo of 24 hours your cough will bo gone,  or very nearly ho. Kvoii whooping coubU  la ciulckly conquered  In this way.  A -0-cunt bottlu of lMnox, when mixed  with home-mado suear syrup, rIvoh you  16 ounooa���������a family supply���������of tho tinoat  coukIi remedy that money could buy, ut a  oleiir snvlnff of !-��������� V-rynssy to propars  ���������full directions ln paclcai;-.  , t'lnox ouutliou ui������U h.uitf lao innmuou  mombrsnofl with remarkable riiDtclity. It  atlmulutes the appetite, lo slightly laxative, nnd has a plonsnnt tnHt���������������children  take lt willingly. Bplondld for croup,  -asthma, bronchitis, throat tickle, -hoot  ���������palnH, etc., and a thoroughly nucoenntul  Temody for Incipient lung trouble-.  1'liici; is a specloi nnd highly concon-  trstntl r.omponnrl .of Norway White 1'lne  oytr.ot, rloh in cualncol nnrt olhi>r hcrii-  Ing pine elements. It has often been Imitated,   though     never     aucceaafuily,   ror  ..Olll,,,*       tiiitU        ������V������l;      444U44 444..       4.414      .J44,������4W      i li -  milts, tilmply mix with vuigar syrup or  Hlralnt'd hon<". ln a 10-ounco butil������, Anil  It l������i r������n<\y ft,r un������. >  , Anyone who tries Plnex will quickly  umlrrutaad why It Is u^ed In more homos  In ths II. H, and Canada, than any oilier  r-.l44>>,       ..->.*..    '   "ll...      f-*������.1<|*-,<4      t*       4^,, ������-..-.  teed   to  iflv*  absQtut*    sa,tl������faction    or  Is wrapped In each package. Your drug-  Hint ban I'In ex or will get It for you. If  not,  ������ena  to Th* l'lnsx   Co., Toronto.  OKI-  More than one-third of the new  gold now produced in this country  goes into the.arts and manufacturers.  Ten years ago the proportion put to  this use was only one-fifth of the total production, or 518,000,000. Last  year the amount was 134,000.000, or  nearly double that of ten years ago.  This left $62,000,000 for coinage and  other purposes. ,  ���������T Invited Bronson to go to the  Maine woods hunting, but he refused  on the ground that he was too sensitive.'-'  "Too sensitive? I don* understand."  "He said he couldn't stand being  made game of."  "How were you on athletics in college, Bon?"  "I wae. good at relay event., dad."  "That's  what I  understood.    Well,  you can just relay all the carpets your  ma took up last spring."  And. THey"Kick Too  Pat was standing near the car tracft  when he noticed an automobile coralus  ���������*-*���������- ��������� - \     y  up the street aad to be safe he stobpeft  back a little from the car-track     *    '  The aijto went passed, and just aa ;  it was passing, the driver had occasion to turn off the track,, causing-tht.  back end of it to swing around sinking  Pat and knocking him down.  fat was seen to get up and look Biter the car and say, "Now, p'iiat do y-  think o' that���������whin* ye stand "in front  *"_'    ������������������������-��������� ������-r_      True-.**-    **_-_���������    ������"������V*-.-=    ~*?������m *     _5T__^    t_i i??T5  you git out of the way  to let thiu.  pass they turn around and kick ye.'*  Sore Throat is no trifling ailment.  It will sometimes carry infection to  the entire system through the food  you eat. Hamllns Wizard Oil cure*  Sore Throat.  Professor.���������Young man, I am seventy-nine years old, and I never smoked  a shred of tobacco in my life.  Sudent (offering,cigar).���������Well, sir,  you're not too old to learn, I'll assure  you. Cato learnt Greek at the age off  thirty, you know.  Minard'a liniment cures garget In covm  "Docthor," said Dennis, the.Void  squire's valet, "don't yes the think tha  father Is getting mighty thin?"  "Mo harm in that. Dennis," said tha  doctor. "He waa too fat. He'll be  healthier when he's thinner."  "Lolkely he will." said Dennis, disappointedly, "but Ol won't be able to  wear his old clothes thin!"  Force a man to eat hia own words  and he will soon lose his appetite.  ������ REST ANO HEALTH T0 MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mas. Wimblow's Soothimo Syr-p has bees  used for over SIXTY YEAn������ by Mtl.tJONS oj  MOTHBRS for their CHILDREN WHIL-i  TEETHING, with TEUKECT. -.UCCES3. It  BOOXHEB ihe CKiLD, SO-fTSKS the GUMS^  ALLAYS all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC, and  is the beat remedy for DIAKRHCEA. It is absolutely harmless. At aure and sale for V Mrs.  Winilow'a Soothing syrup," and Ukc m* *.lM-  kiad.  Tweot-r--tvecentsabo.ua!.  LARGE PR0H1S1N MAKING BRICK  or cittiiu. lull information upon requeai-  ���������     -    ���������   ��������� ichlnery  Mfq  Toronto, Ont  Ths  Bero  Msohlnery  Mfq. "Co.," Clniltsd*'  AGENTS WANTED  To sell the greatest Labor Saving  Washing Compound on  the    market-  Sold by Baton & Simpson of Toronto.  Send lOo for sample to Henry Arland,  | Berkeley   Apartments.   Toronto,   Ont;  Advantages of a Good Pasture Replace  by Using  And a Bargain at That  A llttlo boy has got into tho habit  of saying "Darn," of which his mother  naturally did not approve.  "Deal," she said to the llttlo boy,  "hero is ten centB, it is yours if you  will promise mo not to Bay 'Darn'  again."  "All right, mother," ho Bald, as ho  took the money, "I promise."  As ho lovingly fingered tho money,  a hopeful look camo into his eyoa, and  ho said: "Say, mother, I know a word  that'B worth  fifty  cents."  Specialization  Doctor.���������What can I do for you?  Pationt.���������I  havo cut my index-fin-  Bor.  Doctor.���������Very  sorry.  But I am ��������� n  specialist on  the middle l'lngor.  AGEIJM  On Hia Guard  Teacher (to now pupil)���������Why did  Hannibal cross tho Alps, my llttlo  man?  My Lltlo Man.���������For tho name roa-  non ao tho 'on croBsod tho rond. Yor  don't catch mo with no puzzle;..  What Ho Kept Back  l.nwy'fti-���������I   iviilHl  know    the    whole  truth' hoforo   I   can   uuccobbfully   do-  fimd you.  PHson������r.���������Kxcopt"-������wlior������' I   hid   Hie  moitoy. J want that,jfpn.niyHOlf.  "Mftry,,",Hald the  sick  mun  to his  WlIC, lt������U;< I nil ^MUU.UI UttU |)iwiiutiii-t;4.  .       .,      ......a    tf' n,������4- ll������\/\������������- ''"If ��������� ������ir>*'   tot   mv  creditors call. t������ll the'm that I am nt  last in a position to glvo thorn some-  thin-.."  Twenty-Five Years Test Without Failure  With  HORSES, COWS, FAT CATTLE, SHEEP,  PIGS AND POULTRY  IT INSURES GOOD HEALTH AND BETTER RETURNS  It Keeps Sheep Free From Ticks and Assures Better Woo!  and Heavier Clip.  Flavor of Milk and Duller are Improved When Herbaijeiiw  is Given Regularly.  MAKE YOUR OWN CALF MEAL      :;  None Better���������Coat Only 1 l-2c per lb.  HERE IT IS���������100 lbs. Oil Cake Meat, 300 lbs. Shorts, 4;lb-W  Merbageum, about 1 lb Salt Mix well. Stir about w^m  two cupfuls in a gallon of ������c������Wm������ w������f.������r ������nrl fe������fl warm    .���������.,  Leading Poultrymen Assure Us that Herbageum Has N<?,  Equal.   Now is the Time to Use It.  And Remember���������Nothing Else io Quit.* so Good.  riir orawrD Met.   ih\   i in   u*i\r Tint  Sole Manufacturer!.  . .il  - ��������� v|  .4 ...  ������-���������;.>(  i>%r  It 4M>> J4^MMM->MU.I������^*>-   J������|l  ������������������-.������������������:.-ry-^^^ttH^ iiM^iiifafflJhMMiiiii  ItW m&Bsmssssxmm  Itl^P^I^^  'iW&^M^^MM^Ww','  '.CRjkSITQN?  M:-G.  yy ;���������;.;-;:"/ -y.;yr'y.:-l-''.;,.j.-: ..v.;.'; "y'. ���������:"?-'; v.;.; '���������' ?. ? TT:TiTT^Pri>g>^c5ajji������g^  y:' :>' ^?;: ???''' y- -V- r F'" ^-^";--: "v-- -*;-:r^"^;&4 v?-^-^^ ^?^S^aM������i^^^9  -HBt*-������_H-SWMMP!i*i*WP������WWt>'  ������_..--- '���������'_������_. _r^ . -wwr-p-tf-ea.  'B fii _. v. ��������� .' 4���������! aa r. . BBfi'H"_4"_r.  i'rar_-,.._P_WBfira8_i"  :._r������i_T %?_._*���������__'_n  ���������<i*ii.&i_I^^  ' I  g^.H 111*!? ;.?% W ^ s sssss-y^ s^% ���������-... k.';5 e* ssh I gagg/.-  'HMJ.-Ijiife^  given to  ^S\������1:'vHJ;-tS:  ift0UTE.y������?  ���������'������.tawa,;. Ont.���������-A. grave note ot'.worn-?  lag against ythb present���������system y<ot  farming and the prevalence of weeds  in Manitoba was Bounded ?by Prof .J.  W. Robertson, chairman of the royal  tesfenicar education commission'? at  thethirdarihtifti? meetingtit .'the'c������i.i-'  ���������'Wi^OUVOtt.COtlBOtVti^  "Manitoba;" said Dr. Rbbertsbu,  "could at; one time be classified as a  good farming province; hut: it ig not  ehtlfcle4vVto:; such:: a;, iclassif lcattori?:fttb7  day." Hia Investigation bad covered  many farms thixwifehbu-^h^pibylticev  arid it was found that  per Cent, of  those ? under lnvestigatloift showed a  falling- of f in lheir,::produ^;^dpxLing.4tl-e  . pastYfew years.'" The reason for * this  : serious state of affairs was, said.. Dr.  ? yRbbertsbi.;. tho fact .that the, principle  of crop rotation, had been ignored... A  further? re^so^; *?as, thi^t .seed ���������,was; not.  ?su-.i_leritly * belected.''   The "result? of  thi& was that wild oats had increase-.  throughout ;;the ^provihcev mprbythan:  >one: hundred per? cent, ^thln'theA past  'r3-s~������sars.?7 Suchia hold fisS;lt;;g������lned>T  .'''__ift'e_3s: that"It had^bbconre'a riienace  tOT the.jcountry. ia so far that it ?had  threatened to force certain iarri-iers  ta, give up their Jand and leave v?the  ydiiBtHcb     k.y ::';':y--l .���������:���������������������������' :;-y- y-y '������������������::f': l-;yy ������������������  r An alarming increase of the weed  was reported from all over the west.  Dr. Robertson urged that-the cominls-  sion u>e every^.effort to have sqrae-  thlng practical^ done to reiiiedyyrthe  evil, and advocated operating ay few  farms to demonstrate, the advantage  of the rotation of crops. * ? /  :^  the commission, advocated ,������ne -aevel-  >;opmeat of peat throughoutHh_.?pax-s  ���������k ofHhe countrylh: which, it was round.,  -There ^were,''-*b douM^ ihany y inter-  ,., esj-s. which would strive to:, discourage.  the industry,; but". its    development  would be a'"great factor in solving the  question. .In Ottawa peat would: cost  about two-thirdsthe price or the  cheapest coal/and would be clean and  satisfactory-4        ?      ''-'V/."?  On* "of the .vitalls' .impbrtanty qucB'  tions in connection'-.'with?the conservationof the natural resources ;b������ the  Dominion .was contained In;a report  by I.. G. Denis, on "Certain Phases of  the Water yPcwers of ?Ganadis." ? Mr.  Denis advocated a "pov/er: survey" of  the Dominion, to ��������� the? ?eiid that.'. the  amount ��������� and ��������� proportion of different  kinds of power, such as steam, water,  electric, and 'gas used in different lb-:  calltiesj.^rith cost and other particulars  relative to- the , various Ibealities,  mightbs ascertained.  ���������i .^Ii"?rnlght also be well," said Mr.  Denis, "to obtain all possible informa-  tiou .regarding '.water power "sites  owned by private individuals or corporations, but -not being developed.  These shouidbe investigated, and rea-  son& found for the -ion-deyeloprnent.,'  ?? 30. Denis further advocated the. establishment of /gauging? stations ? in  streams. 'At present, his report states,  there are few streams in Canada on  which artificial storage or conservation Vis being practiced, probably because it has not yet become commercially economical or necessary. But,'  he says, this cannot go on forever,  and the time'will come when the last  site with an ���������' economical radius will  have been secured, and conservation  of the -stream will have to be resorted  to in order to satisfy the demand for  power. When the Iliac comes to develop intelligently a conservation  scheme on any sireain it wlu be necessary to pobbcbs a complete hiBtory of  its ?;flow. for a period ofvat least from  .ten?.to>fifteen years, y Gauging is: important in order to obtain this data.  Suggestion :Anerit:?H^  \ - ;v ;?rnent?i^ake:/Eaaicrbers' .Taks-y;  U.;^:^:t^::;^  ';'.-. Ottawa, 6ht^The:probbsai^ made  by Hon. Fr_mlc Gbchrane������?3_inister of  Railways,^ in his spefech' on thsr'Kisdson  Bay Railway; ih; the house that if 'Hudson straits proved impracticable they  might run steamers -aerbss?: from  Churchilly to Nottaway ftvbr, thence  to the.transcontinentalrailway, has  created a great deal of interest at Ottawa. Amongst eastern y men y? there  was : scurrying '?for maps; attd:' ".nuch  studying of .routes. ���������.-?������������������' -yyySy-'yy^yy :  The proposal of Gbcbrahe, it is now  explained, was 'slightly:siiisuhderstbod.  His suggestion? was ??that.r:y^steamers  cbuid be run, frbna Melsbh to^the'T-hbuth  of'the" Nottaway river. ^??brsnbh of  the transcontinental, or a ?private; line,  would be "built from th* mouth of the  Nottaway-' river ��������� to connectJ ?With ; the  transcontinental. Grain /would b������ re-  shipped at Nottaway to the transcontinental, thence to run thrbughiib the  ������������������Atlantic. . ���������y.ry.yy.y:.y}':'':  It was first thought Mr. ?Gbchrane  meant that steamers should run-down  the Nottaway rlyer, . which risV. very  large and navigable for?a considerable  distance, but it also hasyfeiihy rapids  and to make it navigablefbr steamers  of any size would require a.big expenditure. ...������������������T...y:';?yi':v-Tiv:??::?y  . What adds weight to Mr. Cochrane's  scheme is a matter at present before  the Quebec commission���������-to: build a  line ..'from Montreal to Nottaway. ?  There is said to be a splendid 'harbor at the mouth of the .river. The  distance from the west, -is about the  'same.:?' .  .'" " ' "?.';:':���������.?':':���������'���������  According to figures the ;? distance  from Saskatoon to Nelson is 700 miles.  It is 500 miles from Nelson to Nottaway, or to Montreal 1.900. :;:::; :;  ri|^yy3gE^^::|||:.^  CH! HESS;? ^^?������y g|a | $UE:.? METHOD OF iRAtSifSG teoNkv  ^^LUABLE':TlifW-tER;DesTROYEt?'"'  ONTARIO   FARlVr HELP   SC# PSE  ���������*'.������������������'  IKi.^-  British  Columbia Seek- Federal  Aid  to Check Railways In Scat-w    >  ... ?*:;"?:?:��������� .vv :,y ."^eeinlB^Sparks.; '-%y������r'&. yy:  '^ ^pttav^;.ypni>-^  ijaiuibiia?0_ dollars wortii oi inerolii-Ilt-  ible timber. thrbughbut the uriiuhahiir  ed; areas^of the British Columbia forests during recent years has awakened  that province to the necessity of securing regulations whereby- the devastation of forests may to a great  degree be stopped.  .?.'������������������ It has been, generally .realized that  the two principal causes of forest  fires ara campers and railways. X,aws  against leaving camp...'-'fires   bttri-ihg  '   -.__  aI^���������_ja^.  A_   *.\*~.���������*���������*.*���������%.*  K..Va       "0..4-'  ���������   .. n-v .c-*_���������;i-���������4jr   ���������.������*  wi<q mabuo \vwt.a.    ..*.4������4>  It is conceded that the railways spread  the most destruction. Traversing:as  *Hey do the great Ion������ stretches of un-  - inhabited timber, areas, the sparks  from their locoaaotivss. start numerous fires^ which gain great headway  -before being detected. Too often, it  jo nnintsd out ths ri^h^-of-wav is **!!-  ; .������d thlck.-.with inflammable;.:rubbish,  which fujiiishes ajtinder box for such  conflagrations.   Tne  owners of    de-  g+ivmiey^r-jriA *_*���������^T^r-^+-���������������, ������l#>fi������������ ���������H������ Mt.o ^tr.*l  ������--v������ yj "-*������_- -. if * ������*������*->** \i j      ���������**-_������*-.c>      vuv     *���������**--      *.-.---������--  it almost impossible even; under ythe  :x? existing laws to? get damages from the  railway company,; so: difficult is it to  fix the responsibility and so expensive  is the process of titlgatlbn. "  Even though damages are acquired,  the harm done to' the natural forests  , cannot for year.Si.be remedied.-In con.-,  sequence of this, the department of  lands of British Columbia has made  ah? application to thb board of railway  commissioners-for an order "regulat-  jilhg'the bpeiatlbh of locomotives with  regard to tlie spreading of forest fires  upon adjacent landB in the dry season  bf the year." '��������� ��������� . .  ' The hearing has been set to take  place at Ottawa on Februa'ry <5. at  10 o'clock. It Is not a question qt obtaining damages up tuucii as It Is a  question of stqpplhg the destruction  of forests altogether which will be  dealt with. "'  I>ast. year, under the recommenda-  4, tion of the committee on forests of the i  commission of conservation, a clause  *'waB"added to the Railway Act placing  . the burden .of .,proof , ,in . connection,  with cases of damage' upon the railway comp.anle6, ?and- making them pecuniarily responsible. It is under this,  act that tho railway commission will  deal with the application. ������������������  ....     It is undcrptood that the suggestions  made by tho British Columbia department of lands will bo either that in the  ; dry season the railways talce greater  {irecnutionn, or that they be asked to  ustall oil-burning locomotives.  Scarcity of Labor Likely to be -o->vi  . iSyof-Cbmpialnt In'Spring  % Toitsnio,- pnt.-;-Unless the fedevai  iand Ontario-governments get together  ^without; further de'���������a'������ ***i*������ a*.m������*.������+-.. .-*  farm laborers:: thrbughbut the ���������province, instead of improving will likely  become more than ever a source of  complaint next spring.  Partly as a result of instructions issued by the Dominion immigration  authorities to' bobking agents i last  year, which checked the hooking of  immigrants to the cities, and to a less  extent , owing to the delay ;in completing the Joint immigration plana al-  readv foreshadowed therb' ha" bs"*a  for months an almost complete 'cessation:? of Immigration ��������� work on the part  of the- staff of? the Ontstio offices in;  'I-bhdbn.--?':?'.?:-" ". ���������'.'-' '?'���������?''^-ry-s'y/T".:?.?:?���������,?'..:,.'  As the spring movement of immigration is tp a large degree the result of  wbs;k done in the fail arid' winter, the  nreaerit- indications is s source of  worry to Immigration officials.. ;  The heed of immediate -^action is  recognized. ?  LARGE  INVESTMENTS FOR WEST  and  English Company Will  Develop  Colonize in Saskatchewan"?���������'���������'!���������..?'���������  Rosthern, Sask.���������W. K. Steadman,  an i-nglish capitalist, was in Kbsthern  recently and outli ned a /scheme* \ for  developing and colonizing thousands  of acres of land to be purchased from  the C. N. R.. So far as he could lisee,  Rosthern was the natural  centre of  .���������..TI^Cl      .4*^^       ^4^4       ���������l.M.Knn ������������������       ��������� ���������. *3       ������������������.���������... 7 ^        t. ..  44.44���������-.. - 4.44       W      JiU14.U(,aCU     auu       WUU1U      *JC  the administrative centre.,' ;������������������.-���������.-: .:  Mr. Steadman Is chairman of British  East Africa Trust Co.vLtii. The company has $2,125,000 available .for immediate investment. An equal amount  will' be invested along, similar lines  dependent upon the results of -the  first Investment. The company will  settle lands with the best'class bt  British farmers.  .;'���������,;  The company was originally fbrined  for making investments in the Orient  but Steadman considered the possibilities of Western Canada were..' superior  to the Orient and decided to personally  investigate conditions. ??"..?":  One thing that influenced Mr. Steadman to select Rosthern was .the jwin-:  Ti?r������c T������v Qoo.anWYiool-w'.^ *-l.a -4��������� ������>^���������>,^������������  .���������...-O      *.rf        ���������*W4���������������,4.4        .,.,    MV.V4.4      X>���������      -4.0',���������TC-*���������V    O  prize for wheat.. Mr.; Steadman visited  Mr. Wheeler's farm at .Rosthern; and  was agreeably surprised. Accorhpa-iy-  ing Mr. Steadman was Sir :;'Qbbrge  Whitehouse. one ��������� of the greatfcdt' cf  living railway engineers. .������������������ ���������';.:)./-::?���������  ������A!kWAY'' PROBE   THOROUGH  Bank... Notes '::'^U^yK^'^hin������iB^--B^  public May.'.be^puroh'a'secl'from Rev-  olutionary ^birltti for;^Exactly Half  Their Face Vaiubi���������Thousands Have  Been Sold to Chinese In. Canada.  Vancouver, B. C^Cornbining two  of the strongest passibns of Orientals,  patriotism and love of the game of  chance, the new? Chinese republic is  insuring co-bperatibri aiid 1 loyalty of  its subjects? on the pacific coast iu a.  very ihgenlus manner; Ihcideritally. the  sinews of war aire b^ing prbvided. Almost every sbaybf the flowery kingdom ih this country: is carrying around  with him the. equivalent of fl. ticket  marked "two to-bne"*oh-Dx\ Sua^Yat  Sen," for the amount of $10 or upwards in the shape bf a banlt note of  the new Chinese Republic, which Is  bought, from reyblutionary agents for  exactly half its face value:  The note is of the same size and  genbral appearsince of bur own bank  notes, printed on bank note paper  with the usual /fine engraved lines and  patterns ;.pf ��������� a background. On one  side the: lines are: broken with a blue  flag showing a white sun: in the  centre, and the words "'The Chung  Hwa Republic" above it in English  letters; - ;-Beneath the flag. is the inscription "promise to pay to the bearer ten dollars in Igbid op its formation  at the State iTreasury br?: its .agents  abroad..": v*   -v-*: y ?;:*-���������':���������;:? y y-r'-y,  T\\% location of i3ie Treasury is left  a matter of conjecture. It is understood that .sev;er*I:\tho������5and were sold  in Winnipeg also amongst Orientals.  I*ekin^--At;;vltS\-ne������t: gathering the  princes.of. the?Imperial Clan and the  Empress : Bowagens?' s^ill: call into consultation the:members of the cabinet.  Many of the treasures of the : Pekin  and Mukden palaces are being offered  for sale. Their?; yal������e?ambunts to sev-'  eml mUIioU3lbfydpIlbrs:; A number of  American and European agents are  here negotiating for their acquisition.  The minor palaces and alsb the forbidden city are being? depleted in? a  similar.way* and art wbrks from:their  collection are* being? disposed of.  Nankin^-^It is believed that the negotiations looking? to. a peaceful settlement are approaching a conclusion.  The formal document has. been drawn  up for signature : and? Tang Shao Yi  has been exchan^hg telegrams with  President Sun Yat Sen.   It is tinder-  r.i--.^A        il.--       *_~���������        _-.���������       #������������������������11..        __-^������J_  otvviu    uiab    tuc/ .uotp    ������.iucx.iljr .  051COUI  concerning guarantees.. ?  Certain Republicans iiosltively decline to accept YUatt Shi-Kai as President of the Republic in ��������� place of Dr.  Sun, but: the formeroh-ay hold the  premiership in the provincial government and, TWheh' peace ? is. restored  and the constltutibn v drawn up,, yuan  -.Shi Kal may'have "ah opportunity to  secure his election, :Dr.: Sun, hov/ever,  Is persisting ..'iii. 'his determination to  -"/%4-C-j**^ ���������."-'"- ������������������ ".'.'���������:     .-       .t '���������v..':'���������.'���������*.-,  '.:"   ���������>.���������..'���������".���������;.'���������':'���������.'..���������:'      -":".'  -', .���������; .   ;,  y*. ������&.<._. -cf������-.'.'.    ,-;.'_--, ..-   \  -.:��������� r [ .'���������    ���������'���������..'-.���������:'..'������������������'.t      :������������������..'.'    ���������-..;  .:   The president recently declared that  no loans had been contracted by the  ������������������^epubliesEs..' ? '"..������������������������������������.;-:!.t;':. ::.?.:.���������  H.  W. ?Whitla^bf  W  ���������������������������..������������������   44v..:'f>->_(SK..vi0y-:rnr������^n-.ri.ri.:..*nqM.iry...  ���������"OttaWai-^nti-^Hc -fy W.^.Whitla., ?  Winnipeg has been appointed by ths  gbyernment?��������� afl??; council: to:;.undertake  the enquiry��������� oa: behaifi'of;tne public  bureau before the railway commission  into; the charges laid against several  wsstsfh'..;��������� roatlsr of uis_rimi?iatioii. ?: by  theni in:?freight;rates.:';.? ������������������������������������A^xy'yyy  ?;-TWhe_i-:'the' board: issued its order for  an inquiry a irequest^ was; also sent  to the government* ?tb ^appoint a counsel to assist in the ihyestigation;?;,  As .It. was a western question and  one; in^ which the- west is^tally'.i-itert-  ested it was felt, a \vestbrn man should  be appointed .and: the selection of Mr.  Whitia?:is:the: result.   '   -, J:??''|-^-.V&:s:'y.:??  The opening date of inquiry? is sbt  for: PelirUbryyJ3 In Ottawa. The first  meeting will? likely be merely Tprelini^  inary- and :to arrange for procedure.  The real Investigation will probably!  beheld in Winnipeg, while sessions  will: also. be: held in various points in  the west; it is the intention; of the  goveBnment that the enquiry should  be as hroad in scope and as 'thorough  in character as possible and a request  to this effect has been made to the  commission. The investigation promise's to be one' of the most interestr  ing and mb_4 imi>ortant $ver held in  Canada.'".:''''.:;?,. .?.'!:?r:'??;:���������'?���������::  ... y '.''  ULSTER MEN MUCH ALIVE  TO GO TO OTTAWA  Farm Heads Will Attend Three Conventions at Ottawa.   ������������������'���������;'���������'  Ottawa, Ont.���������-Hon. Martin Burrell  has instituted a move in connection  with the series of Dominion farmer  conventions which will? be held in  Ottawa, in February, which should  prove valuable to the agricultural interests of the country. ~  He has asked every superintendent  of the 13 experimeiital farms throughout Canada to come to the Capital  and attend all four Conventions which  have been called to gather ideas and  receive, inspiration.  The four conventions which will be  held from February 4 to 16, are forestry, live stock, seed growers, and  fruit growers.  A conference of superintendents of  the experimental-farms will also be  held for exchange of Ideas.  ' Irish Church, le Aroused  Dublin,' Iroinnd".���������-n cohnectlbh with  . , the campaign ot resistance to Hbme  Rule, the primate of all Ireland  (Church of Ireland) the Moat Rev.  John Baptist Cw/.ler,. after. oonavUtlnft  with tho ArcublBhop of Dublin, f.he  Most Rev. Jp/ioph Peacock nnd other  bMiopfJ, ban I'Ofiolvod to m\) n npoMnl  mooting of the synod of the Church of  Irolahd at Diiblln on'Marnh 21, to consider tho crlnlB. Tho gonornl belief  is that befbi* this datff th* government will imvo presented the Homo  Ku)o Bill in pATllamont, to that Uh  outlines will bo in tho hands ot the  pynods.  m*mmm������mm0m*m~mmmmwm,m������**mm wu  Thirty Vessels are Fro**n In tiift lc������  Wushlngton,-���������Thirty Amerioun lla.li-  InK vosboIu, with a cargo of frozen  herrings, valuod at $850,000, aro Imprisoned in lco-flo*s off the coast of  Newfoundland, and threatened . with  destruction. In response to an appeal  from Collector ot Customn .Tordon, of  nioucestor, Mass., Assistant Secretary  of the Treasury Bally has ordered tho  revenue cutters Androscoggin and  Bre-ham to their assistance.  MR. DENNIS RETURN������.y;  C. P. R. Officials Says $5,500,000 Has  ..-.' Been Appropriated For Irr.'5_i=  ��������� t'lp'n^.Etc.?';.'       ''';?;;:-':'-;  Calgary.���������j. S. Dennis, manager 'of  the Canadian Pacific Railway Com-  pahy's land and irrigation interests  in the West, has returned to this bity;  after ? an absence of nearly, three  months in Great Britain, during which  time he made a thorough inspection  of the. company's, agencies and [tran-.  sacted other general business masters.  The most important announcement  made by. Mr. Dennis on his return was  to the effect that an appropriation of  $5,600,000 was authorized for' the continuation of the irrigation project;  colonization, etc.  In the course of an interview Mr;  Dennis expressed . himself very pleased with his trip, stating that proe'nect'*  for increased Immigration from f the  Old Country this year are very bright,,  Meeting    at   Which    Redmond    And.  Churchill Speak May Cause  ";f y ':'.Serious.;^oww.?.;v-,.v'.  Belfast, Ir-iand.-^-CVents are: shaping thenlselves in connection with the  home rule campaign in Ireland, so as  to give the expectation of a lively .time  on February 8 when John Redmbndi,  leader of the Irish Nationalists in the  Hou^e of ��������� Commons, and Winston  Sii>encer Churchill, first lord of the  admii'alty in the British: cabinet, are  announced 'to speakhere' on the same;  platform In behalf bf home rule.  The Ulster council met. under, the  presidency of the; Ma^uie of Londonderry,; a former. vicerby?;of ireiana,  and passed ^ithyacclam^  olution ? expi^sihg^astbnish-pent at  the cballengeithrbwn^ but ThiRWinston  Churchill, John Redmond and Joseph  E>eviln,. the ..Irish member of;: parlia.;  ment for the west division of Belfast,  who is also taking part in the demonstration on February: 8.   -y,... :..['���������?  Their participatlbn in the Unionist  meeting promises that adequate steps  shall be? taken to; prevent .the home  rule, meeting being���������hel������!; y '';;?������?���������.:'y  ;.Memory ymrs^OB^i^^ot^n'r^yf^  y c^Parejr ^y;-:i^y.|^^  ..- Being made under the^aw^o ^rli1??1:*^]  deem them that werb hrid^"^.he?law^?:??;Jfs  HeYa^dU^^^ircttlricizbd^cpbrdl^^  the.:law.-hfld^^lledv4#:'bGmih������nded-b^  Gabriel when ihe appealed" tb?:Mar^^T^ii  ^"^ th* great announcement; (Gal^: iSv v ������^|  4, 5; Luke: U 31). He bambfe?fulfill? ^SS  ..he; la-vy, to fulfill all lightebushbal;?:;?^  thatyKo, jnightytteeom^; bur's'iighteb'ufe^i^s  ness y(Matt. -iii;? 15 ;.;:v,'-?17;?;.lt.?������br;^S^  riAf:"'?v'Note/ :the::>extreme.T'Tpoverty-^biK^&T;^  ^ary^a^ndicatedTby^the;of-erias?s^^;������|  ,bl*SWSht.T .Though her haiid fOUhd li^Wy$i  ^sufScicacy^of iaTlamb?T{5.ev^ ^fiffijuwW^  ginj, yet. God used her to brpyidei Hi^SSii  Lamb, t:without ? blemish and- ^itfioiatS^^M  spot, to fulfill ail tvbes knW tb? p^Wa^?f^^ii  .������erma?rademptiph.'byVH^^  fice^of Himself (r5Pet.?i;19;^20;::Hbb:������w?ISl  lx,^25y 14).y The '^batspbrpoSeT^slrlSPS  God is so:.far.beyond:our?���������.CQ^^vdhS^'1''''*"^^-  slon, His ^ways and thoughts so"5muW?^ii  higher ...than, odrs,., that even lr;thbuMt''���������*���������*:'  MEETING OF ALBERTA FARMERS  Effect of Agricultural Development  Lethbrldge, Alta.���������John B. Craig,,  one of the best known of Alberta's  veteran rancherB, expresses the opinion that the closing out of ' many  ranches In the province Is the natural  consequence ot the development of  the wheat growing Industry. It is believed; however,, by the organizers of  tho coming dry farming congress <that  a froeh Interest will be aroused by that  event. In the enormous undeveloped  possibilities of Southorn Albortn In  many other products ln addition to  Winter wheat.    Alr6ady    within    18  winter   wu-iu,     .viruuuy     wiuin     io   +^,.���������i ^j, ������r\o inn not- -__^V    .-      .,.��������� V  miles., of Lethbrldge a sugar-beet fac- 'J?������ ������������ 2^^^���������i���������������^m'*  tory Is In snccoBHful operation, boote  as well ut* many kinds of small fruits  bolng very succoBBfully grown on now  hind In thin district. It 1b also noted  that many fruit groworn from widely  float.tered Boct'ons are signifying their  intention of attending the coming  eonRresH whlr.h In already asHUn.Ing  an lllturuntloinl atmuol In view of the  long list of states and nations from  which' delegations aro promised.  Seed Grain for Destitute Home������teader_  Ottawn, Ont.���������Mlnleter ot tho Interior, Hon. Robert Rogers, will thin  (.prlng advance to destitute homo-  uteadorH on unpatented -lands,   send  Pratu, liuriioutariy wtituu ana omih, lor  I       ..-..������-.-.    -.,..������..���������,        ,.      <l������-      I., I.,���������    4.,...,  . .������ M    ^   v ...'. ", ^.     ' .* - ." .    ....    .......    4.' ���������   . ..,_     .....v..  ou the hoineHlead for the i-ilu- of tho  grain so advanced. >  Western Cltle- Strong for Militia  Ottawa, Ont.���������Deputations from  Moosd Jaw, Saskatoon, Prince Albert  and Iti'd Deorv havo waited on tho  Minister of Militia in tho last tow  day* with a view to obtaining tho ap-  provcil o- Uio gov~ruiJtout for Uio er-  oction of drill hallB, rlflo rangofl and  tlio organization of city conia in tliolr  respective eltloB.    ������������������������  Tho roproBontatlvon rrom Moono  Jaw aBlcojl for the acquisition by tho  government of sufficient land ln the  vicinity ot their city for camp grounds.  All want bettor accommodation and  Prince Albert wuiitti to oigaul_o a city  corps.  \f\   ������������������,������-���������������������.���������   ,-n-n   *t\\n\   flonntn+lhifin   r%vn-  misod tor devote on hdhalt of their  cllv or town ant.horlt.leB. land murflc-  lent for the drill hall.  LAND  AREA   OF  THE   PRAIRIES  Total of 202,7SV,935 Acr_b EuiSniuted  Available for Agriculture  Ottawa, Ont.���������The annual report of  the Interior Department, which was  tabled recently, shows that, despite  the rapid settlement in.the West; only  seven per cent, of the total estimated  area available for agricultural cultivation was filled, according to the fig-  ures of 1910.  The total Purveyed territory In the  Prairie Provinces is approximately  146,000 acreB, while the total land  area Is nearly 335.000,000 acres.   The  ed to bo available Tor cultivation.  V,*l,.,,l^_y C;_:,,,r 237,339  Wlnhlp*������ir.  Man.���������Henderson's   city  dlroctory m_ut;u r.cuutiy e-Unmtoa the  .   .   ,,. 4|... ���������    /������)-..,..,..-     -in-���������,        ...  ^44^4/44 444.4.4.4,4 *4i 4, ^* .   ^-' .��������� . W . ���������.    444.444,.��������� J., ..4  eluding St. Boniface, Norwood and St.  James, at 237/.3D.  New Railway Lines  Ottav/a, Ont.���������Tho following railway  route map- huve been coiiBidered by  tho department of railways:  G. T. P. branch line extension ot  the Biggftr-Cnlsary branch, from tho  fourth meridian westerly to tho woRt  lino of townehlp ������7., weBt of the 4th  meridian. This was approved. G.  T. P. branch line from Codoux, SaBk,,  southerly to tho international boundary, approved. G, T. P. branch line  rovloion of Cut Knife branch botwoori  Battleford and tho 4th moridiun. Approved with Blight revision for bettor  gradi?.  C, N, U. revision ot fcJtrathconu-Cal-.  gary lino between Red Door and Calgary. Thla was approved from Rod  Deer to tho Bow River, the boundary  of Calgary. Tho entrance to their  city muBt be arranged with tho Calgary authorities.  A.ib_r-Hrs Pubiiciiy Carnpa'tgn - .  ������������������" ���������' jir_4l������,|niiWo+;;-AH-'"J_-'Vj_.n{.*_a 'ifri&t  ��������� .������X��������� 444-%'-4.4V   _���������4444V, ��������� 4.A44j4������. A-   _K>    ���������S44 4.4V4��������� -_4444.it  boards of trade <and yindustrial commissioners iix .W^estern cities were  quiek- to accept - the wleadywheh ia! Sew  sweeks ^ago ;the plahj was launched to  attract manufacturers to,: -Medicine  Hat. Such towns as Bassano, Calgary,  Lacbmhe, Lethbrldge, Red Deer, Taber  and other industrial cbhtres are now,  coming forward with weil-orgahized.  ���������publicity campaigns; and' H Ib believed that the effect cannot be otherwise than stimulating to business  thrbughbut' the province. Although  /Medicine Hat has been widely advertised on the score, of low-priced power arid natural gas, it is daily: becoming; evident that, the, immense "coal  supplies of the district, soon to bev  made available byJ the Buccessful op-,  "eratlons of the'Ansley Coal company  will furnish an additional Inducement  to' nianufactUrers > and other large  operators which they are. n,ot likely  to overlook. During the present season the Ansley company has beep supplying coai to farmers within the  radius bf sixty miles around, development ���������: operations at the mine 'meanwhile being.,pushed forward.rapidly  with two shifts of workmen. '        L  -������__ ;���������.,,,...,. : '. ...  ARMY READY TO OCCPY CUBA  Have Now Such . Knowledge That  N Guerilla Warfare Useless  Washington.-���������While officials of the  army do not expeot actual intervention  in Cuba, they are ready for any emergency. As the reeult of the painstaking work of American officers, during the last period of occupation of  Cuba, almost every' inch of tho island  him boon Biirveyed and explored,,.every  road and trail is'known and mapned  outrand It would be qulto impossible  fo.r. any euorrlla.force to operate sue-  eeBBfiilly ngalriet American aoldlerfl, au  did the Cuban patriots against lii-  Spanlardu.      ,  Outside of that special wov.., the  general staff-has not fourrt It necefl-  sary to prepare planB for the dispatch  of a military expedition to Cuba as Itel  Bole object. Transportation service  for a preliminarv invading army of  approximately 4,250 men 1b available  foi' ImiiiedlatA uao In the United  States army transports. "Meade." "KI1-  patrlck," "Sumner" and "McClelland."  WSaSteQ.    !-,3r8TS*rS..C.../^������.4/.V.������*W     ^44,444.4.      44*  follow Sask^chewah  Edmonton, Alta.-���������-At? a ;irecent session  of  the annual  meeting  of the  IT���������.^��������� ��������� 44" - TCT��������� ���������_-. ���������������������������      ���������A       A IT.������������������>-���������-_. .14.ni..  iJui>.6u    .SnuSro    ut    atuciuvn    x������������oij  discussion was precipitated by a pa-  perf of.. G.. W. Buchanan  of Cowley,  chairman of the gi-airiielevator ; cbm-  mittee.^ which    recommended    public  bwribrship of elevators - similar to the  co-operative plan in Saskatchewan.  '".Whilev.tlie?islan was' generally:;en-  tibrsed there seemed considerable^  understanding ^as to? how the Jteco-n-  mendation came? ;to  be  msiAe... ? Another debate followed they report of  ���������,th'b; conririittee; <m,.seedy.grain.;:;-; yy:?.;',.  G. j." Clark, repreSentirigTtiie ponjiu-  lori Seed CommisBlbner, addressed the  convention.    He. advised  farmers  to  test grain as to its vitality^ ? y y ?  - tThb report committee: on: packing  plants"disclosed the fact that s6,far  the "farmers of Alberta would? agree  tb -supply only 4,000 hogs^ per year,  while the government called for i 15,-  OOO4 >. ? .'���������������������������>��������� '������������������.��������������������������� ��������� ���������:���������.;���������'.>;���������?." 5.','-.;  Other? reports read during the meeting were vfrorri the board of directors,  transportation committee and Secretary Fream.;.    .      .    .-��������� ���������-.--- t. y ..     "';  WELCOME  AWAITS  ROYALTY  belong to Him,������������������������������������to: be part of Hirriand -\&$\  a joint heir with Him of His klngdbrii      Vi  and party^" y:y'.:y'y'-:.y!y''yyy:i.ryy}^yy.:  Somci of the things, writterir of Simi;??^i  eon jaye,.^frue ? ofcieyery-iredeemed- oiib^ -?^  for all true, believers? are ?just;as?riglrf>^ -s ^  eous.and have the Holy. Splrtfa: ? Bi. , ,^  should: be. devQiit, Spirit ^'ta,^'i,ht.^'���������_isi^'li'''���������f^l  g^4������$,ana ,w^ting,f^Bib::Co^glS^5i?  the :Lord.--'Thb'-''wbMB';;i^iBtfifdb^ut;rvi;?W  waiting," describe the thrbefbid sftlva-  '"'""  tlbri- of^yeiry���������,believer; as=ise-s-br_-t in  I Thess. i; 9, IO4   Tit? ii,? l#l^ ;?attd?S#l  elsewhere^  BjrT-be precioustbiood of   i^|  Christ?^ are how saved; arid by His i ^sp  Spirit  we  should  ever /live?;?devobtiy?'??5Pi  and  love  Kis  appearing. ;;Mis^i;lt_ei"'^3ivli  the consolation bf Israel"/(vevs^i'25^??^".-*������!  reminds us of Isa.: lxvi; '13; Zeph. iil^'v Sif^  14, 16;' Zech^ii-JLOIB, and w& think   ^=^1  also  of  another title,  ^thb hbjpb  of;iiiSSi  Israeli������iJer-,;j_iVr*.-8?:.��������� sWik ^y'Acm&m  xxvlii, 20), but this carries us beyond^ ^  our, three?old salvation '~ta- 'the.iriesfc^5'^  ���������step !n God's ������-.aa,.? bur''"' rcMu?h-';with'?'?  Christ in His gldry-fbr thevredbjpptibS  of  Israel   -ind "the: establishrnentyb������  His kingdom.   Is verses -25-27 of bhr?  le#)n we see the Splritraipou Slrnebh^  the Spirit teachihgyhiih5 M^^iiaihg-  himtb the;tempie:at the righttimetps'  find thb- bhildv ���������." It islybur privilege tbft:  be thus Spirit taught arid leC:   ^iayi  ��������� we^kn^owrthje -reality;y :yyyyy:'fyyyy$-.  '���������'" vThey aged'^aMfthcd^irig^-h  in his arms-, .looking fondly.v"ai_d: reverently ?hpon Him,T^hiie?Joseph'''ari---;  Mary stood iistehirig ^hi& wbndbrf-_l;  ���������44.^4^.94���������'.w.���������4'^   .w;.������������������**���������>I���������'.."',_._   -���������1. ���������_^    ���������.*'���������     ^__.  ..���������44443 a-., uiaiicuug etc. luoui, it, .in  deed a beautiful picture  ;??i#f  ���������1*1$ten? [Xoiyy^c,  High Milk Prices In Winnipeg  Winnipeg.���������At a largejy attended  Tr.cctir.i: of Mr.nitoha dr.������.ryr4^.cn a:.d  tnrmerB engaged In producing milk,  hold ln the city hall nt tho invitation  of tho city council, it wan declared  absolutely nocou-ary to chargo _0  -uui-ti u fealluu to tlui inlddlo������.iuu��������� for  ������vory gallon of milk dollvor^d In th������  Hummer and ^ucentM in winter.   The  1 ������,������������������..,.,,.<-.   , * . * ���������  at (he meeting waa to conulder eight  months ot the year as wintor mouths.  To Improve Mountain Mne  Vancouver, B. C.���������The Canadian  Pacific Railway have made surveys  and Is understood to bo arranging to  spend twauty ta twenty-five uiilltoii-  wlthln tho next year and a half In  doublo-traoklng ltB main lino for at  least one-hundred mllos In the Fraaer  Canyon.  The preBont plans cover the line between Sponee's Bridge and Hope,  where the graden ere pretty heavy  him thla child was the fulfillment of ^-^1  prophecy; but with p^^etlb ?viBlbi_? '  he saw a tiine of trouble.beferelthb^-^  coming of i:he -kingdom, ^hink ^j^S ^^|||  his words as ���������o held;the? childv ?'MinW *?fe*:l  eyes;hiaye;seen?Thy salvatibrii''^ebb i?M!  ���������    4d .::MTi._������������_.:" ���������    ���������...���������- .. ..........  become my salvatibn?^?(E^x^2'-"Pe. , ^ .  cxviii,- l4-;?:Tsa;-,xii; 2)- ;;;:3_ve^'truevbe^^S;:  liever can say the same and rejbicbiit'>&$$<  the wo'rus -bf /tijis Bariaerchild wheh^v^^J!  grownytb^riianhbod, VBlessed are^theAr^;^  that havb 5nbt seen- arid y������B have ^be-^Sf'  lieyed.ll, ;*#Thy, Bal:YjatlQn;,j:whiclf:?thbu'^M$B  hast prepared" (verses 30, 31)7  It:is:';-^Stel  N. V. May Abolish Doath P.nalty  Albany, N.Y.���������Tli������ r������>r.<-iil Hullntlnn  for the abolition of tho douth penally  In this state which 1b favored by Governor Dlx and Colonel .1. !���������'. flcott,  Superlntendaiit of Stale PiIhoiih, re-  nultod In tho Introduction of bjlla by  Senator Sullivan nnd Aaaemhlyman  Kopp, of New York, wumu tt _nacle<l  Great Britain Will Tender.Warm Reception on Return.  London, Eng.���������George V. and Queen  Mary, who are now on their return  voyage from India, where thoy attended the DurMr at Delhi.:, are to have a  great,i:>v.bh;uiiie bii -tlieli' ������viTiV&������ in  England.  .On February 4th a naval, review at  Spithead Is to be held, and when tho  Royal party arrives In London, although no formal reception has boen  arranged, the public is prepared to  accord the King and Queen an enthusiastic reception on their way from  the station to Buckingham Palace.  At Malta and (.ibraltar there wili  be a naval welcome to their Mal-*v.o:.  In which both the British and French  navleB will participate.  After tho return of the King and  Queen to London a Thanlcoglying service is to be held at St. Paul's Cathe-  The Bering will be spent In returning vleltB to all Colonial CourtB,  ..........     .������.' ���������  .������-. ���������  Home Rule Fight Still Being Raged  London, ring.���������Tne Homo Rule ox-  cltomont Ib growing ������tn Irolond. particularly In UnionlBt Ulster, whose..a  vigorous campaign Is In progress ln  the hope of creating' .tontlment in  liiUglnnd agftlnBt the proinlBod bill of  of tho Asqulth ministry:  It Ib expected that the bill will bo  Introduced In the Houro of Oommonn  In March, but tho plant* of the Union-  letB contemplate kooplng the agitation -far into aprlng. The groatoflt.  demonatratlon Is nxpoctod In April  when Androw Bonar Law,, tho Union'  1st leader in the Houho of Common-,  will make nn addroon at a Unionist  rally ut Belfast. '  -"���������i -   Dominion Fruit Show  Ottawa.���������All arrangements havo  been completed for tho big Dominion  Fruit Convention to bo hold In Ottawa Feb. 14 to 1������. Delogatos have  been appbinted from all exct.pt ,.tho  thro^ pralrlo provinces. It hnn boon  polntod out that thoy should also bo  represented i\b although fruit growing la in I tin Infancy, tlicro Ih no rea-  non why Manitoba, Bankatehowan and  Alberta ahould not -ome day produce  all tho nniallor .ruit noed-tt. am tt result of tlumo reprenontatlona, dele-  Kates will likely be.appointed.     ,  of the Lord, ^hojly, arid" only;y '.fliM.  who sriid: ''1 am the*Lordrthat maketh::mM  all things, that stretcheth fbrth the;f VAs I  heavens alone, that spreadejth abroad MW<^|  the>arth by Myself.'<. Heiil^the^uth- *S^:|  or and finisher of it (Isa. xliv, g4;?Heb^%y$y  xii, ?2).    It; will ip due ilme' fill the Wv?;  earth, for all flesh shall' see the salva- c fe?  tion of God (chapter Hi, 6).   Compare Ww\  Ida. xl,;5; xlix,- e;fiil���������lu> Tie |b in the -fyUA  present age a light to lighten the gen-/  ' v<|  tiles, and when "by the light; Hia body, ^>';|  the church, bhall^havie *beett ^tttKered^-  from nil nations then shall He return/l?  as the glory of. Israel,,and all nations7^1:'  shaii   be   ruiiy  enlightened  by   Hirii'4':^  through Israel  (Is^IXj')1^3)i| There le .,, *  neither  light   nor  glory   apart   from <" y:7  Him.   All else Is darkness, under the ������k V;  ruler of the  darkness of--this world 'v.'X  (Bph. v, 8;  vi, 12).    But if the light--y.  haBBhonc in our hearts St is hi order f-  that wo tnay tiirn othorB from dark- ?i ",J  ness tb. light and.from, the power of'   ^  Satan uritd'06d~(II Cor. tv,; t5: 'ActB : ^T  xxvl, 18). Individual salvation is only'" *  and wholly by Him who came frow ���������   -Iv  JUdah, who died for us and rbbo1 again, ��������� ';;  and the salvation of the nations will ���������''���������?������������������".'.  be through the nation of which Ho will  be tho King, fer "salvation In of the  Jews" (John Iv. 22)7.'wtftj^ft^nftlvlfr  ual or national.    1-Tnw porplox'lng tho  words except in the light of prophecy, v ',;,.  concerning tho falling and Hslng again    "  ������  .'i:'.  types nnd His oonilrig in' glory to set ri'^ ?  up  His  Kingdom till  lav mbVb; olear.'*;'''^  That which Mary hud ,to.;^ear ���������jfrom,?.���������'���������?<''  inlsundeTstandlug-    by    others ; whov {:*;;  would  not  believe  tho  flupernatm'al,T:'^  ���������about' tho'birth -ot tbo ���������������������������child nuQ the."  agony other bouI at,Golgol.hu hoipB u������- v  to undorst,nrid the .'word"through lior*V'  own soul (versea 34. J35).   The groat ri';'.'  rtuestlori, "What, think yo of;'0|irlBt?"iv*j'.  Ib utlll -ihe text which' rbvbttli*,  ������ie   ;V;  thoughtt* of all hoartBv   The apied. wl������    y  clow, Anna, was evidently led by tho v.,���������  Spirit to,ent_i* the tomplo at the,right7,,'  Instant to. hear theao. wordB,   ,..,..'        ���������'<(.<  CANNOT RAI8E  RATES  _*<-.      V������^������^-  bill niftkoft tho penalty for murdor In  the first degree life imprlnonmsut, ;<  Hudson's Bay Railway Orldatf  T,#. Pna   TO������wrtMn���������Tlii������ro'mm ������������>sw  Bitty mon (it work on tho Hudson's  i>uy   intiwtty   MiiuK-i,   i>u.tniiK   nt     um 1 iiihiii t������ayM um o|U  foundation - for the last. .t������q, v\^������ ���������- [aUve ^yh, M'Lr ,.n...,  maluinf Jto ^���������ihuufc./'.f s> ���������>,voas nav ,, rj a,lfi jf-nd^, all (^|y^52^f^^jff  Railway  Commlaolo:i  Fpfbldji. Hlflliisrl V  '���������\      . Tariff pn Hay Shipment!- S     ������������������'!'"���������".  OttaWii; 6nt.���������The raliwaV������iBO^iml������.v"  alon Iium refused to allow tho railway1' '-  oompanleB  to IncreidHe /the' r*'ton for '��������� '  ahlpplng hay from Ontarlb4 arid' Que. ������������������'*���������������������������*  bee to tho United States., On iflept.'t  215 the Montreal Board of Tinde ttaked ,^  1,.    ���������   ...    ���������    i  .'  1" ���������  ������������.   ,1        4, ������    .."  4.1, ������J      k4J.411,4,an���������iu>>       4-U       44>4>44ti0 44        1,14.,       $H������  groaab of IB.20 pit<r cu^ 'or .13 UonB.^'  which \v.im to take effA<*t October lit,'/���������  1911. pciidli.g un JiKuihy. Tho i-iiuwit,'',  wan conaldored.    ('omnUBBloner?  Dr,"  ruiilu'.judu>U-Ut siv������n iuibiua ���������ii|_ ,ln������ ���������',  rronoik   In    rr\1r.u    wltl^h    Itnvc   1������#������4������ -lp  force   for  twelvu   y-Jirs.     The fUudtr*   \  WWfc.lUu reu^uier.  P������U������  ^1iWn^^i4^WiHsW������������������AMi^^^J^^  J8������W_������  ���������fffi^  MU-OISHI-������-n--ll  mm  S3  ^piw^iwi^������l*-������wi������^'Jiii-t^!^^ 3������MUHU������4ii  Si  33 >.  Bf  n  M  PK-I  --  Hi  it*  Elk  t,  -I  i*  THE   CRESTON   BEVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. 0  onftUiri.Tgrtii  i israifi-ni iiiiE_i  l������S SM3 Sj   ������a  ��������� iiliB  I  ir*  ��������� V3������ ��������� 1^������ \35������>SS  ?*_?*<  tf---������.  wvss e _4>a. 5 sv;s  WkJ  aas  mitt-i  if II  C fi������T5 -.1-TS  f&BAff  4-*-b  HI  I  1"  HI.  I  We can supply you with the following  items for the Breakfast table.  ____^���������4������������������������am,yi   i ���������, I, llu"'iiMM--_-_^^SSS--5-88--������-������j-jMJ������-___S  YOUR CHOICE OF CEREALS. Ogilvie's Rolled oats m 8, zg, 40 asd SO  pound sacks: Ogilvie's Moosehead Rolled Oates in Cartons, 35c, Robin  Hood Porridge Oats, Premium ia every package 35c- Quaker Oats 15c per  pkg. also Premium package 35c; Granulated oatmeal 5oc per sack. Carnation Wheat Flakes, premium in every package 50c. Ogilvie's Wheat Granules 6 lbs sack for 35c. Con-meal, Buckwheat Flour, Toasted Cora Flakes,  Shredded Wheat Biscuit's, and Sunny Jim Force, We also carry a fuli line  of Fearman's Ontario Fed and Cured Meats, and Armour's Banquet Bacon  and Hams.  International Congress Of  g       flat   ������������������        TV     ���������4.������A������K^������444      44    4C.������^*-*4. ������_._  _>  Board Of Control  Shawls and Scarfs et  t*n\  w t  4>_r%������%  i^restoe  O^l "S^'Tl S  g^   UlliPSil  JLttu  PROFESSIONAL       ZS/MT  H-B.HAI,LD.PVS.  Q^mm   ���������������**��������� ���������gzaakFaxka .Hardware  l3y������-i.iBs3M^  RnenFM in "j-ppopt  ,0*  l������-__-WW������  i  cranbrook.  ml 1  mlnHTf"   'fl"    '1 '  WBDNM&SAY; FEB. 14, 1912  -JVB!Wl������i-  I.      ilW! I Wii!  mm until mink   ia���������. ���������-a -  .���������������.���������** g a������%p  rx-_������<^-������-.-*-i  1  OUY   LOWENBERG  Oo-iastr_.__-t<- Bsgjskbk  OitESTG-M  n f*  Promoters Messrs   Case & Crompton  RizFRE^HMSNT^   FRfB is  .-___B_-m-5ffi_������.  Premier Will Pay Atten������  tio__ To N'ified-.Of- Highways Ik  OEElrl-, YOUNU & <~0,  i-O-fi _Setets and ______������_-__���������  HOUSES TO SBKT  CRESTON     -  J5.W.  JAS. H. SCHOFIBLt*  fpttt, Ufa Mkd Accident Inst-rance  _nci_------t  BSAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL      -      -      -  B.C.  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  H.������. I*Mf������ ���������������nm-Yo������ ami* Akohw-soi  lihYFi'  ptun iii  nuiti mum  I W. Morbis Prop.  a A   r_'0/--,_s    Ffx&m    H������jMb������  -End Holiday  L  Resort of East Kootenay  jsest oi nsning ana jtiunung  SIRDAR   -    B.C.  1  New W������3iiaiasS-i?, B. C, Jan. 85:--'  Private iDCoxmatlon r_o������ived by W. J.  Kerr, Presides^ of tho Canadian High  way Assoeiation, from  eozne memberf  of Par!isE_eiH; slos������ lo l??ffi-al$-* S. ti  Borden, forsksdo-wisspcrtssfe legislation  with regard to roads is  tho DoEaiaioi  of Canada.   While it is not advisable ������  this time to make known Mr. Bcrden'r  int-ntions, it is safe So predict that Canada's first conservative administratioi  #----- B.vf-.ni.  vonTa  tni.i     <t*Af*-*\*9**%*m?*%' 4;w������*    *-*-1  ->X^������.     UAAV.VM    J  -_--.^4t-J      ������**��������������� ���������_W0������������'->V        _*������_k^ 4������������*  pidly growing interest in good roads,  and will sssks a hid ������os ���������'"tihlio BT,nrova)  by devoting time, attention aad money  to this worthy object.  flana aad fip-oiflcotioM  0m. mm, WA0*������m<*y*L*  UAA0 A V>X-������  CRANBROOK - B.C.  Jjethbridge, Aits,., Jan., 25:���������Tho uplift of the wives of the farmers of >ves-  ������-;j ii   V/,-~-J������-+*'ic-?    -������.������U   (ht-f-^Aj.       Uum?fc-W������-V������-      *������*  -v- _-4    .-������������/>4.*������^l-!t.     WVA-W    V������������F #���������----*���������    "_"*- --^-^���������-������������k -���������! ������-_fc-, ������_1  liU  u.J-it-'V'a. i_������*-.a    v* **j    ^_>_y   vi*u   -'ibCAUWVlvuni  Congress o| Farm Women, which h������8  opened its headquarters in Lethbridge*  where the seventh annual Int������rnation-  ai Dry-Far������������ia-t Ooagressywillbe hslti,  Oct. 21-25.   It is proposed to assist  to  elevate the wife In the  majority of  rural homes above the   drudgery of  almost slavery iu her household work  to the nobler purposes of life,  to the  | freedom from cave and the enjoyment  | of the best thoro is in life through introducing vnoporn methods and implements that save labor and money and  tend to lohg,evity.  Already thd movement has received  strong impetus through the organization of a local Board of Control for the  organization, and ssevoral conferences  have been held the pa_t week between  the international officers and the progressive women of Lett-bridge and vicinity, px-oduetive of one of the grandest program ������ or the yeaa that has evct  The needs of agricultural educational   institutions,    women's   institutes,  neighborhood ciuirs   and  active progressive social organizations for both  j young   and old has spurned on   the  | membeiship of the International Con- j  | gress to enter this neid determined to  obtain   results and never to let the  work fag, >  At the conference at the Lethbridge  h eadquarters the past week the local  Board of" Control, which is to direct  the preparatory work, as well as ar"  range for a demonstration of labor saving devices for the home, sanitary  improvements, organization of clubs,  institutes and the like,'was organized  by the unanimous election of Mrs.  I Fred W. Downer of Lethhridge ae  president, Mrs. Eleanor L. Burns as  secretary, and the selection of the fol-  >.*���������������:!-    -----.���������l: t a.    JMSS.   R.  J.  Mrs  We Wit offer at 25 per cent discount for the next id  days.   These are exceptional values and you should 3&  mftt-Mi  *o������6 &QX/������TZi,3g& Gt   IfflS P���������uUCliQfli  \*f       *VW^������^^ApV<At*������^^A^������^^tM^VW^VlVVV������a  I  Billiards and Pool  ^jaja   Txanm   _k������_������w  Hot or Cold Baths  At Any Hour  I Cigars and Cigarettes  ������! mjzon Ground and Se  2i&g  Pivin 1  # HaJ>e &i)er$ fine assortment -nf  fi d  iT%~i~~j.^l ~~,J r������__ _ _f _ cr   a    Myv������rirna zaa-    ~3mm^a-m        -mrarri-      ��������� _���������   mttnr^^sr.  ���������S^i tXflmt.6*S.     6������(W     e-^f__������%-15-        __   fC--|}  Tha  I | Funeral Director  _n  mm**^*ai*ammtk0km*k4rwm*i'i  CUSTOM REALTY  AMD INSURANCE CO.  FrmU Iy-nd-, Tftwn Property and I-wur-  B.C  In his speech from tho throne at tht  opening of  Parliament, in November  His Royal Highness the Duke  of Con-  naught touched npon tbte question of  Good Roads, intimating that it would b������  one of the enhjeots which would receive  his fipeoial attention.   His Royal Highness, having traveled extensively, Ihf  long since recognized the important fate* that roads are in the  material advance of a oonntry, and while his position in a measure debars him from taking an active part in any soheme aimed I who with Mias Peoktns, is conducting  itrvvuig  Gordon, Mrs. Ed. Higinbotharn  E.   McKillop, Mrs.   B.   U.   Rylands, |  Mrs. D. H. Elton, Mro.  H. J. Goods.  Mrs. A. Southard and Miss S.Bawden.  Mrs.-Burns, the secretary, outlined  the aims of the International CongreES  of Farm Women, and Mrs. Leslie Sta-  vert, the president, who came from  vVinnepeg to attend the conferences,  discussed the many ways of brighter -  usf tho home, bringing comfort and  happiness where drudgery prevails and  eduoating the children to a nobler life.  Miss Roberta MacAdams of Edmonton  _������_ _* _��������� #_& _������  kJPS/S i*U&  X Budded Stock a speciality  ^ All-trees-offered for sale, ; are grown in  oa  $. own Nurseries, on The   Coldstream   Estate  | V. D. Curry, Gen. Ag^./Vbrrioti;  CRESTON  VPVmfMmWWmW     KmY.ff^%fr HRr**  YHtt   ttaUABUS   BLAOKBMITH  w*  Htm oponsd up again at the  old stand, near the Morcan-  _il������ SUro.    mmmmmmmammammmmmmmmmmKmmimm  mmmmmmmmrmmmmrmmmmmmmmimmmmmmtmmm  ffimnmrmt BS^wkmrnSih  WmtHk mnd Ho*rmm  Mm Ccttina  IU Contract.  {������IU tb_ building o^ yo,  House, 0ir������re, Office, Worknhoi  'our N������w  lion  ������������������*> nihiir bull<Hn_r. wr-lUi or cmU  fltt on sue.   H_iUui������Un* given on all  kinds of work.  Repairs & Alterations  A ���������rBOIALT*  Wl _^. 4*4������������ W.mm   4. A       4-4* All       T������|''4*V^I^  W- -���������*"���������������������������-'  '���������-  '--'   ���������     T^ '��������������������������� ���������-  JOHN   BOYD,  Creston!  ;|������������I.������.II'4II.4II4,I|II.4.||I.I|4,<,|4������.'I4������I.4,I |liy������4,44������4������4������W������~������������.  BYNOPBIS OP CANADIAN NORTH-  WEST   MINING ItEGULAT-ONB  COAIj���������Coal saining rSffhts may bo loaacd  or twonty-ono years, renewable at an annual  rental or 81 an ncro. Not moro than 2,600 acres can be leaned, to ono applicant. Royalty,  llvo cenui per ton, In unaurvoyed territory  tho tract must bo staked out by tho appli.  cant In person, ami personal application to  tho Auent or Bub-AR������ntnf Dominion I,andH  ipr tho diRtrlct must In all ca-on bo mndo and  tho rental for tho llrnt year muHt be paid to  tho agent within thirty day������ after HIIuk  application  QUARTZ���������a pernon eighteen yearn of npo  andovor, havlnirmad-adlRoovery may locate a claim 1.600 fgot by 1,600, Wtj, 85. A  leant sioo muit bo expended on tho claim  ea������!h year or paid t<, the MlnIi������K Ueoordor.  witon 8600,0 hiiN boon oxpendod or paid and  othnrrcfinln-mcnKJ compiled with, Lhuoluliti  may ho purchatt-d at 91 nu ucro.  TLACKit MINING CI.AIMB ara flOO loot  lonpr and from I.ouo to 2,ouo loot wide. 10ntry  ten 80. vot lo������ than 8100 munt ho oxpondod  In dnvelopomonl work ������uch yoar.  URKIKIINti.���������Two leiiHOH oi livn mlloH oaoh  ������f *. rlvor may l>o iN/iuud to ono iippilutnt for  n term of _J> yearn. Uoi.tal. 810 a in lie per an.  ouiu. !������"���������-'Mv.'-V. percent alter tlio output  xcoud-.in.u.u,  W. W.CORY  Deputy Milliliter of tho Interior  3EZ-  :mt  NURSING  l am now prepared to kdoiiI, inu'Hinp,  IhiVii imrHiul in Calvary and tho  IOdhI,,  MrH. Jacob HmlUi, OvoHtou, il. O,  Dn de Van** Female Pills  at the hetfcer_nent of roads, yet his sympathy is known to foe whoiijr with thih  ohjeot.  The western members of Parliament  will support Mr. Borden in his endeavoi  to give Oanada better roads.   J. D. Taylor, member for the Westminster Distrlot, in a speeoh at Langley a fow daye  ago. told the  farmers of  that distriot  that he would do all in his power  to  bring forward an improvement in th'  standard of Canada's   highways.    lit  also pointed out that tho Dominion government at the time   of confederation  made a Canadian Highway ono of the  Inducements offered to this province���������a  promise whioh today otill stands unredeemed.  With the immeuHU strides whioh Oa-  uada has made of late years, and tht  marked prosperity whieb she enjoys at  this timo, roads can no longer be troatod  hb a nogligiblo quantity. The citizen  demand- and must have, good roads,  Tho day in now past when a rook strewn  trail was oonaldsrod good enough for  tho districts; tho farmer always has t,con  hut ho has not always impressed that  fnot stronglyienough on tho politiOBan  and tho atatouuiun.  Now the time has arrlvod  when the  cry for ������_?><i r<v"lf! ic j������������h������������ri������.i.    It is *  mnttnr for oongrntulatiou on the part'  of tho farmer, for thoao ln high places  Ar������ll-b1- I'ranch ramilatort never full*. Tlicto  ... ....   - ---,| ,t||-.,  fl.-  . . . -4.  social  uoience    classes   this season ii  Qlarenholm, Gleiehen. Olds and Stone)  Plains, made  an entertaining  addreoF  in    which    sho     outlined    the work  sho wob doing and the programs sb<  was going to carry out at future ehoit  course lectures.   She epoke  of tho promulgating of domestic uoienoe through  these   short  institute   courses of  one  week in eaoh town  as a great advanc o  towards tho ultimate goal, tho toaohiiip  >f domestic ecionce in tbo public eohool^  nod sho oxprossed a firm belief that is  would awaken n vast amount of interest  throughout tho country.  Mrs, Stuvert stated' that nho planned  to personally address every community  poflolblo in Manitoba and 'iaskatohowan  during the next six monttiH for tho Inter*  national Con������nnH 81 ui nlrondy had  nauy ongugemouts to addroHfl oaunoiuio  iissooiatioiiH and bor timo is woll flilnr  for a month but sho will welcome rtv  quents from Manitoba towns for dittos  after tho mldUlo of l������'ul>runry. She  would like to hoar from all places into-  oitod as early as posHiblo in ovdr^r to or*  rangoarouto that will hmuro uuutinuous  aorvijo and no diMiapoinouioiitH through  failuro to make tvaiu ooiiimotjons. H<*r  addrocB is Winnepog, Man.  It woo tbo ooiioi>iihus of opinion of the  tuombora of tho hoard thnt tho ndvi ntn-  -gss of tlio short cnurKO in doiiiOHl.io ���������o?-  ouce throughout tho ������pring months in  southern Alhnrtt mid enstorn British  Oolutnt la Hhnnld bo urg d upon tho do-  pnrfcmontH of ngrioultnro of th������<������ pro������  TltJC!'", such cimie n to bo in oonjun'*'ion  with tho oonrtie of agrioulturo already  plauuod   or  aot.-ompluifri,   and Mrs.  The Riverside Nurseries*  Comprising 120 Acres GRAND FORKS, B.C.  W.e learn that the unscrupulous agent of and irresponsible nursery oompfiisy  has olroulatod the roport through the Kootsssys 4fcat his fl.-u BuppliiHl���������'������������  with a large number of fruit trees last year. "We wish to say that there' is  absolutely no truth in his statement and we strictly guarantee to those placing orders with us for nursery stock that they *flll .receive none but fruit  trees grown at our own nurseries'at Grand Porks, B. O.  All our frnit trees are of oujr own erdwing sad w������ offer $600 reward to  anyone who can prove to the contrary.      Bept. 0, 1011.  .-"���������'  -  ������������������..    -���������������������������i |" " "'''���������'������������������- - ' i'-^.vt' " ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������"*���������.....i .!'... ..- i ~^rtttm*tmi:  For OtitaloKUO and Price list, write to*- ^       '  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Creston, B.C.  -Mtt4--1-MttMN_������N--l  Pb  -HB-M-VSK-S-H-p  ���������uH-W-in  ORGHARO /STS!  9mm*m*mm*Mm%*n%immmWmW*mWm^^  ��������� -  -   ���������-.... ..���������-.-*.^M-_----..--*^w-.l.-.. m, i������������������ ��������������������������� m ���������������������������������������������,,  ... .,. n  ...   .,      ���������     ��������� ���������  ���������������������������fr. Ll __m^\-y^mmm^^i  The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd,  V:  mm 4  ALDERO/rOVE.  B*0.,  IlAVKTnK FrNKHT  Hotne-Qrown IVursery Stock  Encluclin^ Apples, Pearit, Plums. Cherries; etc.  ������_>44I*4MM*M  4������4H4y,H.I. 1.11,14 4������, I������I������IW������  FOR   FULL  WlMTIC���������  ULctAUi.) Mt:C.(iMB,  Ckuierii.. Miumgor,  AMorgrove, B.O,  FART/OULARG  On Slow���������  IAW. UQMPTON,  I.ooul Agent,  Creator.! B.0  arabe.-i  rooogni'/M that  if ho is not given the  tmiiNnorMnn  fnolHties to whioh h������ tn ' Burns end MoeAdiims wero unpointed a  r.nHriAri ihov -irin rerelrnthHr nmww committee to further tuts movement and I  i SSS^fflS'K. fe cat^-^eWut. through ,h, medium ol! the ballot box.      * ouutov wiUl ,Uo mlul-Uitt * * -������dgul' ���������������  MsnrnosB  fft&������mirBtW0  i������n#riitlv������portlorTof tW(������>!>].It.*^.1011^'. .H?,u!!?  A &PMOIALTY  }i\f       1������K Ul*V   ������ Ol".t.P  ''  "��������� *  " ���������"*������    " "  "  J  |tur*.  boots unci snoeu.  I  MIWMMII-MlMiNWW  MADAM t.AVAt/M  Cotton Root Compound Tablets fU  I ,.  ���������T"     . IW  thste Pills nro compounded with tho greatest }L  CM* U-.U tl,o irto.l icUablt. lOin-ute* kouwu to /il  t.cliincoj such us ������r_ Uluij unci wllli mucli -ucc������w ><1  byjh* .uoiit c������f_brat.<l iniy������lcl������n������ known.      . 1,1  Tfc������y try m Kpfcltlc tor the dlntresplmf dlsosfdttru V"  towhlch thofam������)0 cpnttitutlon U lUlTl-. (I)  .���������������> *<������������������  |U������M! iH.Qt#kT  Xi^wEiiffias*  -"-������^^-a--ljK������������*4J^Ji^iLB.w^.>---l^ 


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